The ancient city
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00140
 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: June 25, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00140

Full Text
--- -
__ __ .... .. ,_ ."
.. f f ". ._., _Try' '-=" (' r i 7 \ f

&...' I
J .
f- ,
w -. ,
". .-
... I ) -. ,
.. 1
st I, ... I "\ 11 l' 1 '
j .
'.. j'. 1', t_ \ ".' .l' I

f "1\ .. .. ..... ,t. r 1. ...I,4 j j, t,' .... r '> ," ..... ........ \ .... ''' :'- ''' ," ,:''7';,' ',;';!. .;,rf'" : < ..;., ,-' ,\ ) r .1'' I.
.. ..........,.............. ,' ; 1' '. '' !,.'" r''')'{' '' I
1 > -"
r-- ; < ''' \1.
f SS1 ,: (16.. ; "' 1"1.\
,' 1 .
1 ,
.J.,... .; ,1_ '," ,. .J .- .I '" .. "M ;"' 't -\ i ira 't'
I ,. .
; : "
1 ,1 0'1 .1::f .,' t -
o Id J .
,"I I I. ". ... I' ;r. .
,. '" 1. 'i ,
I "
AI ..
\ ." ,
I' ,
I J. ') -!.! ';: .A I'iI'
"' : ; ..
II. .' : .1 Ii ,
; ,
'I v
t .. ... : ,f t : f" :(
,, 'J ,.
: .' > ,.- "
1fi > :
{ ::: : ; f
.' "
} .' .
,. f .,"i, ;";/10 i s. -f= a ) ( ,;' 1 '
t't.l"tit .
;. r <:f
) T
., \
..' I -
.w $. ,, ,'
s. fi. '
:, r : it : '
r .,
,'. ,: I
i C y ,
"M' .. I
r.. I
-t. : !
\ / '
.4',f' *. r / '\ I\ I ) ,
-- \\Y', a ;
VM.. .?_ _- I : Y. __'----.J< -, 4' '-- .,. ,
: [ //

!':\i-: .'II!'oj' YO ..&4) t ST. AUGUSTf' *E,, ,FLO. JUNE. 25th 1S53. ( ((1'0.,2''. t. t
j lilt .Lt.. II" w oae .
,,'." 1 4. .
t .... ... .t / oJ ....... ,
," '

,-. TJfE'C T CITY. l J\JAMEh ll3 1YIE. 1 1 staked five thousand dollars, comprising his last Battle between u small Sword and Influence of Kindness, . ,' ""
I :
.1 cent o( money in tho world on 'two pair* of nr om. The following account of the'nfon \&tion') C. ..
1lrnltLlA D WEE K J. T-, Tlift IVitpoleou of ITuelljjt I a'e .... -
,JIV.Bt: Y.HA'I'URDA v IOn kin c-!&.! ss A,fencing master arrived Boston about 1C70, convict'published in the Prisoner's Friend'gives: .

I BY B.AT B. CANOVA Uio venlng; orti': 8th June, .J35, the The'whiskered. gambler 'called' h5ml they' .and loudly Vaunting his unequalled skill, with a vfcry forcible illustration. o(.the pfiwer. oflovu'l' 't\l\ 31\:
ftteamboat l tobroy, started trail St Louis tto showed hands; the black leg had 'two pairs of swords, con eluded,to dazzle the eyes of thoTonkces ,Jb reform" even: the,? most, 'hardened of our .
l''O.Ou.us PI& AlikViIIDVAXt. New Orleans tvitfi crdwd and the board' the dropped on' with his of strutting and for .-
+ a lull of passcngcra; aces, ,, merchant stage stylo "1'3Ce: ;/ "
*, .,|X Aartavftuicvra will lie laaertcl aff tl 0'1 ,fnuncdiately t, ftftcr 'getting good liked' ';a"t to: the floor"M..if her bid a. shot through, they ,this,., ...arp&sej crated..jan, ;el'" atcd ta rnLjati thepublickly !':" broIiIIitto! iho. > 1i
ti. r!, tines. .or!tJqL BoJft. fettlev 'tsr.: ,- '" A fi i ,. k-'oocla, V' : II: ''I!b ii ',bd th4'.J>Bath fql lJ". ',c. tY'ri' .'\,,.t' hiit "',--.....' :I L -..., -h- i t>
: :n rone: oso
; "( .
io 'J-.M1"--,...lioiite. awiy:insensi .. i challenging l all creation for'a'trial of hU : had been for'seventeen ytars the terror of '

l t.' ,.'! ;r* %-IL "his oft-repeated{ "and cabuv.. the country. The warden 'was a. Christian,
.. ; of '1. s1pil.Atfellis 't +
,lit ,it r'l.lC.ul1lft. Bjf nrpr.; Ja'SCf'. efforts to- that end, .soort became \thc\gun deposited the winnings Inhispock time, three of thoEn ti judges) who Christian not i in_ name only*,but In 'deedandin .

ear terw', the! requt* ,tail tnejr l be a cer- insulting aW uncdurable: ;'aa4 yet his appfearancc S t, ho emitted a. hoarse laugh that soundedfrigbtful signed the death warrant for beheading Charles truth'- one wjiqhad more.thanusual titles! in the-.. .

', .aMlr9awiiir4 i [ wit\\ the Jrertiatmriit.t ,was such J "us to deter the bravest on"" board as the chuckle of a fiend, but ho'instantly .- ,the first, i in England, had esca\cd! ..to Boston, dtgd ppwcrofkinknessl! When'prisoner came,Ee

j :rAtertisemeatl got..n\art 4 with tfee gum from administering the chlL.ct1sement so richly lost color, as a low calm ypico remarked- -in his were concealed;and protected by the people of took off his irons, ana addressed him thus :- ..
J,; ..f iJllf"rdo..1..iU Ire eoul'Mucd until ,deserved* lie,Was a hugp miss' of mighty bone car .;: yf '.;;,' this State, and that of Connecticut-Gen. Win. ,Friend, you are novr placed yr ray care j; it will ,

s ::. ,tsltd, a4d dUl td foe. .'.. and tnusccw'with swarthy features't the impress ."VUlian,you play a strong hand at many different Goffe, Edward Whalley, and. Col John Djxwell, be best for us to treat each other as wed as we"1 I

M slice to vA.con' end Creditor *. $7' OS. of man) a tear;e piercing. dark eyes, that :seemed I games, but here stands one that,can.. beat for whom, dead: or olive, Parliament: offered\ can. I shall try to make you as comfortable AS I I ;

4 ippUc1isn i for Lctra.JlRfllistatien, !5 tip to Pessest pal power of blasting tho beholdercold you at all of them !I1 '.1000 each. possible,.and shall be anxious,to be your friend;' J wand 1//

,1, I\ BT, AC. reUio"l ,slices will be iuacrieJ gfului-- glean ing eyes, such as haunts the memory !. lIe turned and met the" glance* of those keen Our fencing master: made so great: a stir among I hope you will get me into no difficulty one ; r

.J..dr.' < painfully and arank; luxuriance of coal...brae blue eyes, so prctcrnaturally bright, and shuddered this people, it soon reached the ears of Gotfe, your account There is a cell here for JK olitary ;

lit\ Q AUWIU! tfr JabfVrfutia* :. tuust, ,.e Jai: on haIr, harm nso whiskers and mustache. This hut ho immediately" gained his presence' I of who was concealed in or about the woods of confinement; tint; I have never used it, and I ..

4 : *.,-4Um of he ire rk. savage lool ing figure was habited in the costliest mind fbrhe was no coward, and' then'ho frowned ; lladley, when ho came to Boston, and faced the should be very sorry ever totem' the key upon .
.t 17 At(' otters vs Inuinftn and caniuiuuicalions clothing and adorned with profusions jcwtlry, till;:his shaggy brows met like the coil of a I bags: with a birch-broom for his weapon, and any huxan being in it. You: may range the It, "

1.\ .uHirfb. ..roiT. rite' totxCII.e. .. attention.* | while the c ut lines of several. l murderous weapon serpent, and demanded sternly a white-oak cheese, around which he had a nap place. as freely as I do; only trust. me, and I will '
V .t ; J .. : I distipguisliablc beneath his)gaudy "Bcsrsrar who arc'vou to banter a Kcntleman kin-cloth whieh lIe thrust his for "
!>, I :" .e were plainly>> : eQttnusrudclq through arm a trust you.1 f k :-t\
t tr $ 41: a< vest ands pcrfii*coat. Nor did he need these ?" shield ; after he had well soaked his broom in a The desperado: though evidently surprised,, i

oil ;; .. .. render him an ol>j4ct of terror. A connotscur in "I am James, Bovrie, of Texas," answered mud-puddle, he mounted the public platform for appeared but little affected by this kindness, and I

: a ,, Z NX".s TO, "TUG 1rWUT.a the.Kcjen.ce of beligcrcnt.gymncstics would have other with a ringing laugh, 'And yort are John battle. The gladiator ordered: him off from the for weeks seemed to soften very slowly. Tate. i

tt">i J-. confidently' pronounced him" .match for any five Lafittc,/a bastard of the old pirate: P' ,stage in a contemptuous manner, but Goffe morel he was not violent, but sulky ;at length word !

:V" ,* hrafJ th;trtlUflj i g arvie nts ofthe slip 1 if' men on hj dock without any aid from lead or The gambler reeled in his chair "aa xf he had: not; the choler of-the champion became o wrath .came that he had attempted: to break prison 'I,

'A: **..;". tree,.dirges&h ..It-r tuarble! iall.! cull sheer ', been struck with a, thunderbolt but recovered fid ; he made a pass at Goffe with the sword, The. warden called him, and charged. him with it*
... it.II, rw I err Met.nbk+ akIn.\ttrugeJ t with litht "At length after many failures, he. prevailed on again from the shock in a moment, and asked which was neatly parried, and then commencedthe but he cave. no reply; his face was darkened by tt I
'ftJ 4'*%' tpwIII* c..a.t".1* w a"! -f. *s a wealthy young merchant of Atchcz to join ,in a firm tone- battle a ferocious scowl$ and his lips t sealed with\sulky\\

i tt 4 ,a r..Uifjprtftoee.ir 1 iisVJKll of might, him: at .a gunc of polxr. They sat' .down at'a What >game do you wish with tte-" After a few well parried thrusts, tho cheese silence. lIe was told it would now be necessary

*4> h,<<<4t,.** "* rue'.,4lMWe small table near the bar, and were soon absorbed Toker first and pistols afterwards, if you play received a home lunge, when Goffe with the to put him in the solitary cell lIe was'desired, '

', .41 lie calm niaJMlie. |trtttace of the'Lifflit; iu that mo:perilous\of excitements, of which the foul!I' replied Bowie. broom, painted the gcntlcjftan's,mouth with a to follow tho warden, who went bft&ro him, i '
,.'v 'A'.Q"beo." <: Jlarc- .,.4t It '. two alluri :ingredients :are. the vanity and 'Very welly.rejoined! the.other, and they took* dirty pair. whiskers; during the-enactment of ,'carrying tho lamp: in one hand, and tho key in .,E ,

lizard he souoda ofsarrtw, and Jflight! tt. f pride of in itidual skill and tIle uncertainty ,of their, seats at the table. + this t comica1battlc the people had assembled ; the other. In the narrowest part of the passage, .

TUJijftiattifulJ wifi cbiufa, J. II.> ,,,0 general' hazard, 2Vt first t ic, Stakes... were small, For a time the success seemed about equallybalanced from_ all quarters, and rent the air with shouts the warden, a little. light-built man, turned short :.. "

...fiat"ed the J..uaa| chambers ofthe Nighti" I: and the ru i of the* cards Denied \vhollyin favorof ., the gain and loss being alternate. At and hurras, for the greatest of all fencing masters around, and, with an eye beaming with i kindness,. i I. I

f Like 1iOU1 oW> t'i rbrutea.. 1. 'f .. \ the merchant but presently they stet; more last the gambler l ,ventured one of his skilful man- had found even more than his match. When looked up full i into the face of the stout criminal,"
4 !Ffoni the cool cistern of the mldoight air 4 freelynd gold,,caglos aruVbundred dollar. notes cuvercs in dealing. Bowie: smiled strangely ashis that part of his face was well smeared, the swordwas and said, 'I want to know you have treated mo :'

Ifr.rpit.t drank rcpaae ; / .. were showered down''ph Ole! board with i .cstrava-. quick eye_detected the trick:,. lie said noth- withdrawn ; but unluckily for>the great ftn- as I deserve. I have done every ,thingito make

f 'j'be !waiatn pdPrJwa peace'luwa there, gent anlor uid the current, of fortunes phangcdsrcbbed ingnowever, ,'looked at' his hand, and bet five, cer, after, a few more; fierce directed thrusts, his .you happy.. I have. trusted ygu, but you have '

.'rouj.those Jeep c1steru.duwe. + a y.!roan the young merchant, and thousand dollars, staking.g the money in ten large sword again got stuck into the immortal cheese/ never. given ma. the least confidence! in returni*. .

if to ; fliArcd td tho professional gambler in a.c rcam bilU. The gambler Vent five thousand' higher, amid the deafening shouts of the multitude. And you have even planned get main difficulty
.,'::1''l)."'\ jfljhfi> froa'rslieei i an* to bear 5VL \ ;,., | like "the ocean's tidy As usually happtns in which resulted in a call' Goffc raised his birch-broom tohis eyes and gave J, this kind f And yet I carnet bear to
\ t kaa txirue bf:iutr!
liou la iiua eat U fin oa tlr lijii of Care!, such cases, his want of success only piqued and Bowie, held 'four jacks; but with his habitualfiendship them a quixoticdaub; as soon as the sword could I lock you up. If I only had the least sign that you .
jr :
r maddened Uie loser and he sought to recejvo' himself chuckle, his antagonist: shovel 'four be withdrawn, and a. few morq/thrusts were mrxb,. cared for me'-htbad: no need to say more-it ,'
Aod coutjilaltt, no wore
they by venturing such desperate ventures as queens exclaiming as he did so- I the cheese again sheathed its(point, and then his was a dead tJiotl it had gone through the tough M

//i'<*ce.Peace! Ol't'.fe.like I breathe this .prayer, could but < lcq>ea and confinn his ruin. And 'By heavens the pile is mine 1 l''ot whole face was besmeared with the dirty puddle rind of his depravity, and had reached his very s ,

t Descend! widi: broad winced; flight, thus they! continued during that long summer : ':\ yet,' shouted Bowie, as with both hands water from the broom, and the hurras and shouts heart! The strong man was subdued; bursting 0 I

TiieWflobme beJoreJ tliricetpraycJ fur, the must air, i night Th > intensity of their excitement became he raked the heap: of notes to the tune of twenty for the old cheese,,were irrcsistablc sidepainers. into tears ho wept like a child. 'Sir,' said.he 'I ;

t .n e best !.., oicbu. equivalent i 0 insanity.-: Every nerve was strung thousand: dollars, in his pocket.>> The swordsman on the third time unsheathing have been a very devil these seventeen years;

Shelter for Hones.We -every energy of the brain was, taxed to the Choking, and purplo with rage and shame the his deathlinstrumcnt, laid by the tiny blade!: but you treat me like man, and I can't resist it.' -

utmost-tii :ir teeth were set as those of antagonist gambler roared, 'to the hurricane deck, and let and grasping a broad sword,'was attacking Goffc 'Come,' said the victorious warden,, 'let's go
'. the following rciaaxka from the Lon-
copy in the tug of mortal strife-:tlie sweat rolled pistols be trumps this turn !l' with furious temperament, when he cried out, back! The free range of the prison was again :

1"Sporting" ( Mgazine follow.:- in the treatment from their I rows,like great drops of rain. 'Good( as gold 1 1' replied Bowie, and the two "Stop, sir! hitherto, you sec, I have: only played given him, and from that. hour he became a newman "t .i
nctrer we p&turc; formed circle around the ascended the stairs apd assumed heir hurt his.whole heart the kind warden,
{ The passengers a hastily with you, and have not attempted to you ; ;opening .
":., .,4.-!.t'tho better; and I contend that keep )!averst'a'} t looked on with that interest with: seperatc: positions-the gambler over the stern, but if you come at me with the broad sword, :and fulfilling the whole term of hB imprisonment. / 1 -
'" and exposed situations is a /
Win< extraordinary concentration of intellect and pas and Bowie over the prow. know that I will certainly= take your life." with cheerfulness and content.
*4* i an of the laws of nature. The blood-hortegt sion never fails to inspire even in bosoms that: At that instant the sun was just rising in a 'The firmness with which this was spoken, disarmed "The world is just beginning to understand the

%$ & fly(! came from eastern climate where trio; shudders at; the excess. The merchant and cloudless sky.' Nature looked sublime-a bride the gladiator: of his courage, who, horror meaning of the passage. 'We love Him bccausa. I It

\te f>er Utrc is dry and warm ; and although he gambler: alt -acted all eyes, and kept many awake worthy of her almighty husband and; God. The struck exclaimed : t lIe first loved us."' i.! '
naturalized to this climate I _
J*to a certain extent and gazing ill morning. And the) latter was one woods and waters appeared as partof the divine "Who cau you be? you are either GofTe, Whal: '

Ttb ocanbo no dqubt the nearer the tempera- presenting>> u, countenance so piteous that it might picture, with the boundless blue of heaven for its Icy or the devil, for there was no other man in A Truthful Al gol'J'. 'f

'tare may bo to thai of hU primitive soil, the li t- have melted hearts of marble td tears. A pale back ground.!The broad: bosomed river rolled: away England: could beat me." A traveller: was pursued by a unicorn and ;in'

t..T wifl bin: health be. The vine, it Is true, will and exquisitely beautiful face peeped incessantlyfrom like an immense sheet burnished silver, speckled Goffo,immediately left the field of combat, a- his affright he fell, and as a falling man, caught

grow aid produce grapesn the open air, in thise'trS the half opened door of Uie ladies cabin, here and there with a flash of gpldcn bubles ; midst shouts of applause from the spectators; and whatever was in his,way ; in his grasp he found J '' ,

bat not in that abundance, size, quality weeping all the while as if oppressed by some shining fishes gamboled tin| the sparkling' wave, the great swordsman, bidding adieu to all his : the branches of a tree : he looked below him and '

ot''&.ror aa.it doca tn for climates, or when vro.ib1 > dreadful sensation of Immediate sorrow. It was and all the bright birds-those sweet singers, greatness and occupation in these parts, sank into saw a fearful precipice ; he looked back and saw "

I the fihel!@ of&hot-house. Those who the mcrch t'll lovely wife weeping her farewell whose life is 'a dream of music-chauntcd their obscurity, with the chagrin of a defeated braggart : the unicorn/ eady to destroy him ; he looked t

r I having their backs kept warm, argue to departing hope wild anthems to the new day; while the. two' charlatan. again belo and saw a hideous dragon with jaws i ;

1" ; they are inevitably exposed to a'stabl 'There one'spectator, alsor whose appear- !great: duellists the most deadly ever,known in thesouthwest > < gaping receive him ; he looked to the roots( .of \ ;:

Ii '\, 1r, and that such a change will be proof ance and actions excited almost as much curiosity stood with; cocked pistols, eye to eye, A Young Ladle's Reason for' .not the/ ee and saw two rats, one black and tlietner

{0 catarrh, inflammation, and various as the players did themselves. Ho was a tall, and their fingers fixed on tho hair triggers, prepared Dancing. > white, knawing alternately at the roots of ,

..diseases. Thi (not an evil so frequently spare man \qf thirty, with handsome features, and waiting to slay and be slain. ? 1. Dancing would lead me into crowded rooms the tree ; he looked among tho branches of tho +

ii W countered as formerly; stable are more !golden hair, keen blue eyes of preternatural 'I am ready. You give the word? cried Bowie and late hours, which are injurious to health r d tree and saw it filled with poisonous asps, ready J.

'. Hntably 1 constructed than thU- used to be; brightness, and' his firm, thin lips wore a per- I ia his clear ringingvoice and with tlat inseparable usefulness. to sting him, but from theIr lips dropped honey; i 1

if A dimrer invitation, cr other eoctal visit, petal smile-a mysterious, smile of the strangest smile of strange meaning on his lips. 2. .Dancing would lead me into vcry,( ose corktact regardless of surrounding dangers he caught ti}0 M ill

the hft.to a temporary asylum in a cold flic most inscrutable! meaning. With the 'I am ready. Fire !l' shouted the gambler, in with very promiscuous company, and evil honey, ate and iw'rlsh&d.. Oh> reader I 'oh"min? I'r '.

.,. "" :&f two, or even tvbknket, can cure exception of his red calico: shirt; his person was tone murdurous as death.jho communications corrupt good mannera, see here thyself 1 The tree ia life, the unicorn )? i \
whilst his/mu-- buckskin ornamented with two pistols roared simultaneously, Bowie the the dragon thy des f
,=;; dressed wholly hi would to use and death precipice eternity, :
'JDde' 3. Dancing require per-
'"board. ,: .. long l flowing' taisels; 'and with figure wroughtout did not move, though he had hardly escaped' mit freedoms. with the er "sex, df which I troycr, the rats day and night numbering. .the.

rodeo Wocw'cdismsconriccwill pf varigated beads, after a fashion of some with his life, for the bullet of his foe had cut and which I believe hours of thy stay on>> earth, the asps thy'own bad t..;
,...... not Ijp so susceptible of cold, western Indians; he stood close beside the card away one of the golden locks of'his yellow hair should be heartily osfjamcd, passions, the honey pleasures cf which thou'par- l'

,accwtomed fa waimth at home, as he table, and held] in his left baud: a sheet of, paper, The .gambler was shot through the heart, and to be wrong. takest to thy eternal ruin. \\ ". fi
T jtf kept too c 4, and for this rca.son-1le in his right;| largo pencil, with which ever and ; dropped on ,the brink of the deck, "ind.! almost 4. My pare /and (friends would ;;bo anxious '

'wl des finer in hit coa and from the beneficial anon he dashed of a,Cew words, as if engaged in tumbled in the river. lIe was burgH By liesquatters about me if/I were out late, keeping. .companywith : Pa iuceararoaTmLADtas.-Femaleedu: ce' .' 'I'I'A \

jw t of condition he will be dry; whereas a5.1ri tracing progress of the game. at the next wood-yard. And'thus perished they know not whom. g tion now-a-days, often fails tic mark, and Hiite*

I } a long coat, and out of condition, has Still the merchant and the gambler persevered justly a bastard son of the pirate Lafitte. o inisters and good people in general disapf arc so both in name and nature> Bear;what a : '

".'__"'!"-_t. tit-r-* A sect; granite-- ..., with..-- a languid cirinsufficient in their physical and mental toil, The dial of There never was a jury' empannelled in the or dancing: and I think it is not safe to set Connecticut cotemporary has to say : > F

i+stihlhe, to create that evaporationto the stars-with its tiiousand fingers of golden fire, West' who would have brought in a agams//: myself against them. If an-thingf; be on the. "Is Housekeeping an essential part of,female j;

,render the horse dry, and tho per- pointed to wor4! shadow of midnight; but still any man for killing him, and more especially), safe: side. '' : education Undoubtedly & \\ For a young. .

e i wifl be seen hanging to the point of al- they did not pause. It'still was shuffle and' cut dcr the circumstance, because public opinion 6. Dancing has a bad name: and I mean to study woman in any sit.uation'otlire to be ignorant of l

iso every hair oa his body. and pass, ante up, and I pall I you, and rake down pronounced 'thathe ought to bck.UJcd? And things that ore pure and lovely. and of good the various business that belongs to good housekeeping i
.4. \;. .. tremendous storm such were the desperadoes that Bo commonly is as great a deficiency as not to understand lJ
t.t.t: _._ is responsible for the1fllewias the pile. Towards morqing a report. :
: lie U speaking of a minister, who in arose; The red lightning flashed awfully-the exterminated 7. Dancing, i is generally accompanied: with accounts, or for the master of a vessel not i:
victor immediately proceeded tothcladic's Dot
"fcWagaView. of his audience during somewhat hail pored down like a frozen cataract, the great The generous drinking and I see drinking produces a great deal to'understand navigation. Ifs woman does .!
r cabin and restored the winnings to know how- the' various work of house should be.
the loud
acted found some who preferred river roarc4 tilt! rivals, of cvil. a
sermon, and the pilot at the wheel was the merchant and his/beautiful:: wife, who both I done, she might a; well know nothing for that
eafelded in the 'arms of Siurphy'ratherthe ; very 8. I am told dancing i is a great temptation and
; from heaven with how-
received the, boon/as a gift as her vocation and it matters not
not.- t
true folds of his, faith. Whereupon, alarmed. But .the mad players heard, snare to young men, and I do not wish to have express ;
italic ia i
ig Ms voice he cool remarked that it wastc What was the tumult of the raging element to much gntttitudeas,7: joy... any thing to do with leading them astray. many: accomplishments' she may have, I

1 charge for lodging in public houses, and them whose ,destiny hung :on the turning of a Fr; ITT.-Jr you desire to enjoy life, 9. Dancing unfits the mind for serious reflec- wanting m that, which is to fit her peculiar'calling. '

1Jf, _. ji a his brethren would not raise an objecr card and the smiling blue-eyed stranger in avoid/unpunctual people. They may impede tion and prayer, and I mean to do nothing that 111'. .'. N :

.tiec/if betsked of them the shilling fee. On'an? buckskin still by them, with his pencil and paper:' business and poison pleasure. Make it your rule will estrange me from my God. It is stated by some; wiseacre that the heart of '
worthy divine in the calmly noting the dcvelopement of the game. iiot only to be punctual: but a little before-hand. : .
loaf the s me ;
w@e1 There of >aceful exercises and about nine ounces, that of a woman ;
plenty weighs
beautiful ; 10. are g a man
the storm passed as the day habit a which i is. essential -
untied hUt cravat Finally Such a secures composure '
exciting sermon, which have of the objections As increases a man's heart J
.:It frorn.him.} : with the remark that lei beam: came out like a thing ofgforY, in the great: to happiness; for want of|\t many people cheerful' amuzements, !none dancing eighty; and age woman's lighter after.thir l'
them a
connected with thatUe\ agaiast heavier,
e devfl was tryiQg fc choke. him. tq'. east The ,infatuated merchant, distracted: ,with, lire in a constant fever. and pitfall t about thqa. in assemblies. T9\vs Some girls lose,theirs at sixteen.. j
,. heavy losscr, dared; the climax o//folly. lIe a fever too. jii promJcsuous ty '
t "
It a
'" .

.I .. .. ._ ". .. -. : -.- .... s -
!!Ii -. 'fJ''I '- ,- ,' '# ,.. _--. a .. .
., I '
.- ".',
.. l "
I'' ,,' -- -- ___ __ >!"L '

-- -- --- --- -
'L' __ J --
:: ... '
r ,
!iv i I 5 r S S'Sw I f 5- S _
l :: t 1 .
fIt .

: ,. "
t .
t : .
I, : r "I t .

L ," 4
) I i ) .4 I, I
I i' L 'S T----- i1_.- _, 5 -'--
_. -'. --- ; 5-- '
", --- <
. ; 4. 'r.Lb.: (I;. ; .Th Tiff?-*. I ,ed in the'same ; flZT.' f n the spring of tb,e would require no preset, to predict ta re- r The Lady ,S folk $vas fitted out +:

f ;, ''As Ibp season' for this healthful luxury'i iv pl W We copy from in English magazine the following fifth year, nor si ice, has a pcar of nut rnss ap a\, of such a war. J ey a would be subtPc; believe She Cuba where'herlSScS
,' ceil by Uxis he adoptedthe Spanish domination w,9U\i\ cease in Americ; #ie asla\crwasuuderatood./ : .
Encourf success
I .with we have gbt'the'folloWng article peared. A "
r uf narrative ofan encounter vwith a tiger in the
< Vest Indies would bejtjpcje confcdcra.- Nofewet .
on the subject fforatthe Philadelphia! Bulletin I IIf" same plan with his gjxden; and the second a powerful cruisers have been if
f .f II ; of India. It is evidently written by little troubled with nut Independent States.: England would retire lnth TMMI and 0VMAf *
i would prpvo.acceptable! to many of pur readers': I If' jungles fn year he was but grass'- cy thp number have sal 3
I tt I Even the best things are occasionally produc- officer of the British army, apd is both affectingand Such a result cyght readily have been, inferred f jpm; the contest, to nurse a ruined commerce ,a dozen timc, rgund the J.sknd, in order to I '

!I' r. jtive ofjinjurious consequences, when indulged In : interesting: 'from the kno\rn laws which. govern vegetable'economy. aid mourn over the Joss of 'some.of her* finest upon her a she approa b>d the cot 'AH t3 S I

1" ': ',:'i, to excess used without discretion. 'Bathing i is: '1 '"1 had neverbefore" seen anything in the shape It j; well known that then? are few colonies. S )watching, jeem.'v was without .

',.I I Ir I pne Instance! .anpong many. Tpo much bathing ,of a tiger kcd was struck dumb with astonishment plants or even trees, wblh.can bear ,being stripped To some of our readers thee predictions may Thr cargoes or negroca h; been i )1Iree
,1 .1'--t' the most robust for one of J elr foliage. Foliage is appear to be extravagant Wp are strong believe weeksthe Lady ,
,.! : .debilitate even t often destroys !Spt so my little Moor boy: he was, t eton summer Suoh j ,
the of whichwe ers in the doctrine of rr tnifest dettiny.? We believe or !
) f"; !the appetite, or leads to other hurtful resullt,1 .- ; ofa ffmous shikaree, and I believe he had essential to injuring nut the'grass 1c. neproes i
; : : Hot baths tepia are considering and tfyou prevent this, you that Engfand has reached Iearly to the zenith south a.t '.4'i
j I II Ir It \ foOt ones, are particplarly,apt never seen a tiger any more than myself. He &icD. 4 at .
f t Few destroy the plant, unless there are matured of her power and greatness, and that Young Juan de los m S"'
; .:4 ) provVcelcterioui persons, indeed, can bad often heard bis father talk of his exploits Rc or l i \
"f ': t i. employ$em at all\rith advantage. Jr. Tilt an the wild beasts oft the forest : he knew me nuts of a previous year's growth on tbve soil which America and Russia! will becomo at least for a Other ..vary a little as t I '

,' F"; ; ; f };ngli4 physician of eminence, who has written I' among to be a Griffin, and his little heart swelled with are not in a position to vegitate, but which subse- time, the colossal powers of the )F.arth. Should of these lmpor bon t nub r'

t i t;;) 4;. '. an admirable' .work fin the beEt means of preserving the proud consciousness of superior skill in woodcraft quent tillage may bring into such,a position." any one regard this as a Munchausan.article, he The Lady Suffolk went uou a Jeer ''
: nealth, gives it as his personal will find our excuse in the Munchausan characterof where she remained captafl/
c, I experience 'S ppose master please, said he, drawing S. t' vcra dyt. ,
!: ,-t thatft baths produce headS i the news itself.-Ste. Courier. ? every moment expecting .'I
temporary plethora, himself up and assuming an air of much importance a.S .-- t se veaael
,. : aclJe.' of weakness almost THE ANCIENT CITY. of war to capture him. |lnally he {
4 S n a nse amounting 'I show sahib how to kill that tiger; I know [Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun..] fcmmunicated
: i' ,' to feinting. Tt s .rc, he Xhinka the general very well larrah thilar buj'ness.; In my .npli- ,with the shore, and landed the slaves in bunches.
\ : t results also. Ho advises ihcrefore that hot WASHINGTON, June 15, 1853. and they 27 doubloons each.
ii.,: city I looked upon the daring little imp who talked brought He
.\ ,'. : baifoT)hould'be avoided u\11ess\"hcn,3 phyfcician thus confidently of killing a panther, with a degree -. Rumors of Spain and England Seconding Santa 37; arc to superintend the landing h

1 : ", has explicitly directed tteir use. of respect almost amounting to awe and Anna' Hottility to the United, States Fillip oi the corner of the L.dy'8u14 .

'\1 A f' Tepid and told baths, to be employed accor l- without hesitating, put myself under his gui I lu terim againtat Work-Falty( of the has b' n the cause of his suffering a &TU .

4. r .11 jn Sto the,coagtitutifrn i andthibits of the particu- ance. According to jtiis directions 11 I extractedthe Rumors,and Object *nd Strength offhe Fitti I If Having introduced somc,newly l1t

;., 1 j t: Jar individual,'arc:.the baths to which should shot from my gun, and loaded it with some futterer lf-Sittleiii"i't of the Fithery Difficulty upon his i estate, the cole"had br ou .

H \ fponfine nosclves. Nervous persons are especiAlly4beno&ttbdt bullets which f happened Urhave in my-pocket -World*! Fair. &c. f mong the negroes, were dying .

'r' S I ,; ,4s, >y the tepid bath, which seems to 'Now then,' cxclaimo my young shikaree, as be t A'tumojf prevails' that ad vices J hjve been received The slaves landed at Baifen vete brough ighorc

I. j .. : II hsve *%lji.ireci sedative influence omtho nervous placed me"behind thp) shelter eta large stone?directly ._ ._14 cj by the government frqiu Havana, showing !n launches, and marched through ttljP tn
'j iysrpibably by absorbing, acc r4lng! td,Dr. i in front of the cnvc'XOthcn, I show --. 'j'? -. ---a thatSanta Anna is about tq be seconded by an estate called El ale, where they 'er

t 4 Tjlvjtiie, taorbid irratibiiity! arising)from an undue sahib how to ;tke.the tiger comctSah'L wakeatiger qUALITY. OF FEDERAL, KlfiOTS AM DETERillXED Spain and by England, in his hostility to the, ded amongt the parties interested in the d ,

; dcvci9pirient :of the. mind at the expense of stho cat,plenjty balls ; that proper r; usi- 4RESTSTXCE TO fcALL WHO OPPOSED; THEM.: United States. Advices representing that some After the"ncgroes and stores, & ep.ton'

: '. body i apolcancr excessive fatigue\either, Gcs.* SO sa1Jng TA W*4t Jttv1 dltcctly.qp p thepttbo'ti' intrigues this.sort. are bn foot Tjay l have heed: lndc tHe ship Wl seton fire, The
:: I j7 u, mental Orn tF"i)acfcuRtoned1,tonakebosjablejTndulgi .s : u cc.rtti cav aod' tQ '' :. SJ/AUeyjtlflEi i received bntj- 'cannqt believe-th/ein to be ,well ,there no doubt received auto
L Jeni' 1Ith,.fP" if a''While.Jn' ;" witlgtonesabusinhfm'aLthe', same. 'Mi iith5 :, .; : 4j' founded.:'The rumors arc probably oi fillibusticroincut siderations fo their connivance,itf,this affsPealh '
,r '' 1 4--\\Jfq i L; r ,tJ cIiol>4t j UiMOSta o Blabg.fJ'arejcn'ws< i4 ...,".,:: tnrda"Iltb,_r .- ,r 8_I&3.'. .9t inadd arhntei4t t.Pt09uca t ;j fe ,

", j, ? :ltlll-1 :such a sedative, lt would have been imo.viblo make tiger come with vengeance. The enraged I agafast1 Spain, ind in'favor another dJ I ._ '

for Jli tohe preserved his 'general Brute, uttering shrill roar, darted from the cave, ;Ffr lIon. II. V. Joiricsos has been"nominated* scertt'uponiCfub' tIt "* To tributelQthefmciaoryxf";

( l ea.lt After his exhausting return Russia, seized the bpy fcy the back of his neck, threw is well known' that the FnibusJeros| are officer >
the Democratic candidate for Governor of Geor :
1 Sbssqccct ?thc Tucmorablc conflagration of him over his shoulders* and dashed down the as 1 V now stronger than ever-thatthey have money, '
I ) o rent immediately into the bath be" ::A clegraphic dispatch in,our eobann thi .
hilt like a thunderbolt }Iy blood curbed at the gia.J3f arml, and men at their disposal. It i iji proven ,
Tire transacting busi es,and thenlept! without\ -.4- S ning announces the death of tat gallant o Scerv .
i sieftt, but 1 intinetiv / fired, and1 suppose I that they are watching this Government ,
1 waking, for'eighteen hours, and when he rose he hit the beast, for he Instantly dropped the boy Terms of the Circuit Court.., ttyat.tliis Government i is watching them. Theyare Mjijor-Genend Bennet'Riley. lie Va a nt1,t tof ,

''; was .us frcslt J-s.evcr. The celebrated Di na ofVoiWrK. who rolled into a dark ravin at;"the foot of thehili. Our readers and all others interested will find watching only for the acquicscence the Maryland,'and sct ed with .distinction i t ,
one of the most beautiful women France: movemeift war of 1812. From th5p The pantlcr their?
having disappeared in a neigh administration in twh ,
; ''I'Ir birth to, and who her on our first Itage: .*corrected list $f the Terms present he was appointed on the 19th ot j
', "" I boring jungle, descended into the ravin to look I But this Government will not wink at their an\t 181'
I onk bcvond the usual tcrni, owed the after poor little Khcder. There he lay \\cltericg of the Circuit Court for the Eastern Circuit of i while Spain preserves good faith lib rose by regular! gradationto
II I \ preSBrvation of her loveliness' principally t.? the Florida. \ I t' he bed at hi death.' tlis4 services in Mexa if
in blood, dreadfully mangled, and evidently in adying i towards uy. Therefore, it i? now jhe Fillibus- :
.:'. )lailyl but judicious Uso cf the bath. Thus we state but still quite sensible. The gallant lit. The Legislature at its'last session created a new : tero policy to produce the belief that Spain H in a distinguished character. At coUr
r' 't.Kce t jordiuary 1 health, the capacity to endure tie fellow never uttered a complaint, but fixing hostile alliance with Mexico against the United he led ihe assailing party o both days, !

I crcatf faagucs alike of mind' and body, and- the i I his'large black eves on my countenance as if 1m County called Sumptcr, which i isfgnncd from the State The moment this could be pstablished, ly carried the works Vith the bayonet in,a gtyla

,' main{ amatjco of personal beauty the.fair SC.Y, south part of Marian County-thp county site .,' which ba rarely been surpassedDuring the,
,I'.' could there read his fate, asked in a tint tone of all the ends of the Fillibustitros. 'would be accomplished .
r. ,, ". dene id-I more or less, on the discriminating, but voice for some water. I was stooping down to qf which is Adamsvjlle pert littjc town, lying for, from every part of the Union whole of those eventful days, his Brigade endured

1 habitual employment of the bath. collect some in my hat, when I was startled by a, "about forty-five miles southwest of Volus-ia, .and arpianients against Cuba would be i immediatelyS hardships, and performed actiqns.wprtuy of a 4
I Tl.o.tfp'ul; bath is, perhaps, the one most gcnc- and animal place bide the wildest records of General I
surely growl, the noise of some snuffling fitted out, and-in such strength as to nr. ,
I about miles south Ocala in 19.
\\4\ rally 1.pt1$tC. The temperature of a tepid lath among the brushwood, which closed over: forty of Township" M5- F. Smith tfjul/pcaks

: .! 'I I' ,. shou 4 range from 82 deg. to 80 deg. FahrenheitWhil my head and almost excluded the light of day. It lUnjc 23. All the rumors as to intrigues of Great BritaininV'gaud .' "The opportunity ntor to Col, Rfley byE*.

I e the temperature U kept bclo.w blood heat, was: the panther, who had returned. My first We arc thus particular in l locating the. county to Cuba are undoubtedly l false. The S position wai seized vetr with t

I i 0 ihe\\, pdy the slowly; increases of in weight, partiypwnifig impulse was to fly; and leave the boy to his fate; site pf'Sumpter Conntf for-two reasons,-jint fishery, question i is to be settled very soon, and all the ski and energy ol-his for noble which* dgisbe
Ii, tQ absorption water, gartly to te but Khedcr, seeing intention, fixed his nothing to difficulty between 'The charge
poor my can occur produce'any
i Because it is and Town .
IICCounty recentlysprung
diminution<;insensible pcr piratiQ9' In a teP;'l in full view of friend and fog, unchecf- 1.
glazzy eyes intently me with an imploring the United State and John Bull. s .
I. Lath heated from 82 80 : Fahrenheit in the onward of the'intericr cd for until l he had all It
deg. to deg look, which cut ine to the heart, nnij made me; up progress Mr. Sedgwick and others of the committee of r even a moment, ;planted '

I I U was asccHained, by Chcissat.th/ The pulsjjdesccmledrfroin blush fqr every shame. Kneeling b.y his side, I I L and,therefore, unknown to many ih the management of the New York World's Fair,,p his ('lol upon their farthest works a a spectacu .

sixty pulsations to tliirty-cigh/ raised his head, wiped the bleody froth from his; more quiet soil of the East,;-.-tecondly-to call I have accomplished the object of their visit to that aimatett the army to the boldest deeUs. ,
!' andtit{' was clearly tbe sQothing effect thus produced parched lips, and poured a few drops of cold wa ; this .city. This President and Cabinet, will,attend Similar, ,says one of his wa 'thft : '
II I attention to the fact that has boiber .
Legislature required
our -
whicl! rendered thp bath so dclici9us ter down his throat This appeared to revive: the opening of the Exhibition, on the 15th conduct,of Col. Riley'in the, a ,
II to the Jrntable nerves of Napoleon.. Dr. Tilt re.r' have killed ; a court to be holdcn in Duval County on I qucducts ; to the capital pop stormed .
I him. 'You not the tiger, sahib, proximo, if po sible. Io.. IC3dtng'
commends the tepid tyith after long. railway pcakilg in llindostaneo; I am sorry for that the 21st of November next and at Sunipter County some of 'portion, andn th! night U ,,

!, journeys, excessive walking or riding,
I I ,, I 'periods nervous irritability, superinduced by. father. But you will tell him, sahib, that I died is the these A Washington correspondent of the New York the principal gate 116 entered Mexico .t!,. ,
i iI course impossible, and one or other of
causes, ning in with.he
I any like a shikarec. I Vas not afraid of the tigerI Courier says that some tropble i is Evidently expected Company Comtin.j
I I "., Cold baths are favorites with many persons especially never cried out when I felt his teeth crouching courts cannot be held \f *.' on the Boundary question. It is under- and remained for h
\ 11 thosQ of robust frame's and high health. through my bones I No I struck knife in .- it. stood that additional troops have been trop in the capital. He was
I my orderede an ppn'
\ But U Is never \vise to remain long in a very cold him twice. See I ,that is tiger's blood' and his Fourth of Jul'y.VThis flom'Texa.i to New Mexico. 4 Among arc P i'nt PJk'Miibiry

.' I 1// k bitb: ,1' On conning out if the stay*has not been glaring eyes flashed wildly for a moment as lie day, so dear to every American, is close sir companies 6flnfantry. The two companies fornia the fao"ConYntiaU-

1I L7 too protracted\ the b/jdy( feels'as if entering into held up a bloody knife which he clutched firmly at hand. We hear of no effort being made to of Light Artillery already in New )Mexico are to Japtedin November, 1849, ntitu -4'p,
I a' warmer atmosphere, because the density ofthe in his right hand. 'Father will he proud to bear Jbe equipped with fresh horses. Three 'hundred was submitted to tongs sand by the set of
celebrate it F t
I watt and bcpLuie also the sensibility of the jn a becoming manner. some that body ,in September 1850;
t, tlii| ; but my mother will cry very much, and recruits,are. to march, from,,Fort Lcvcnworth on .
1 skin |s blunted. her heart will turn into.water when she hears thatI years back it has been observed by both political the 2uth inst, with Gov. Merriwethcr;nd Gen. California was admitted into full membership a4 \

Ii SonjtiucsJ) } .ularhQ fiupcrrcnc.!. This i ilt a ,I am dead.* And here, for the'first time, the hot parties in an exclusive manner., Cannot every patriot Garland. By high authority, I am informed that one, of-the UnitcdStatcs S ,. r.

', g, ign:(Qi''.partially diseased akjn i axuJ'
: AJ't'4: \4 tIJ'l' concentrated, few minutes ,ho remained motionlcss, .with his.I nevertheless, i is nwived Arthur .4ti4'
-2 *Jmth ,i1tem where it ivas driven by cal predictions and. unite jn ,observing, ttion's na but !prlul. .
organ closed and the big drops stealing slowly and to have plehry Or Jftd Tha .
of Arthur taken
eyes l &uo"opthe body \ I
,' the shock'"ot the cold water. silently through the long silken eyrtashes. But birth-day, and pour out with one heart and frontier. It 'Ji i clear that high -tone i is to b, dissecting room of the Philadelphia tb'l.

The betft, Perhaps the qnly test, of the kind of suddenly starting up, with hi? eyci burstingfrom one 'voice our sufferings at the altar of our common adopted in the negotiation',The article in Medicine Saturday, and anatomically Cog o

i \ bath properfor!. Opinionated each d particular! iiivividual i is exleriment. their sockets and gasping'uinfuHy. for Freedom. Let's try. ion of Sunday mornirtg last, ,breathes the spirit by Professor James in the emine

I modiis persons, ignorant of the breath, he screamed as if in a fit of delirium S '. of the instruct'pnstto\ ., Gadsden. If Mexico of Dr. Kirkbridge, McClntk, several physicians t-

\\/f I r r that thd operand! qf the for bath themselves, always in maintain the 1 i ii 'The tiger has seized me agin Save me, sahib, 07 Who goes in for Chief Justice?.qlW' should meet us in a like" ppirit, a collision will b and. other scientific gentlemen, and the
iqrt &clptod I
} me I1 cried he,in a hoarse voice 'III feel hi inevitable..-FA/A*. Inquirer. '
save students
i :- S suitable for aU. We imliVi e sec in the l lridjln &Jouriuil of the 18th othe mcdc da:8 1I.t
criptiQO know some -i I
teeth in : throat breath i is stopped! Ah! S ..
) ; my
41 "The !
person eyes phrenological developments of the head
II 'L, /itlcrs who are j iu4 as obstinate m behalf of tepid in his head till nothipg but the white was visi. BALTZELL, present his name to the people of the .The Augusta t'vitstitutionalitt of the 19th of the characteristic of the

1 1 1 1 / ones constitutions:; A physician,tlie familiar with'the haWbi tell what and .blc-his jaws became firroly locked-a cold shudder State as a candidate i for Chief Justice of the Su-' ISt hays ; The muretrer. ,. over 22 inches in m cir ,
patient can generally
',kind of bath hould be used even uithgut experimenting. ran through his limbs, and the gallant little preme Court at the Judicial Election in October "Quite a number of persons called yesterdayat cumference. The perceptive (acuities were strong
Khcder lell back in my rms a stiffened corpse. our office to see the wnr "'l' as they understood and the reflective weak. Benevolence !
next We like this mode and manner of antot&1
4I" 'I I ._ _ I was young then, and unused to death, and presenting a despatch had been received at this office 6rgans which are the indications !\
4, A Youthful-* t Ciivicr.; that scene has made an impression on my mind individuals to be voted for, to fill( Judicial offi announcing that a war had been positively de er- disposition, were found to be very poorly K

which will never be obliterated. All this time ces. We think Judges should be selected, for mincd on between Mexico and Spain against the ed, while selfishness and firmness large

I The Cincinnati Commercial! of the 2lstult.has, the panther continued to pace up and down the their talent, ability and integrity, and should not Unit 8tltcs., The apprehensions of the staid and cautiousness was well \er ..
; t the following qotice of a man of that of the ravin nearly on a level with head! the developd Sty"
young city, edge my be brought before the public, by nomina- i loyer peace anI hopes of the bellicosewere ness wi large, and the such.4
who may yet shine as one of the great luminaries growling fearfully, ever and anon poking his I alike quieted when the real nature of thedespatch combativeness and destructiveness, were enor
science, : snout into the bushes, and snuffing at me as if debating tion. Let no one be a candidate for any of the was .crltnisl.1 We give it under the moq, The baste of the brain was very large.-

with himself, whether or not he should Judgeships, we say,-tbut let all who have favorites telegraphic bc it is worth. We should The forepart of the head was small, and thtj

We. call. -, -attention. '.." to .the,. fact-that, Cincinnati, iso jump O\rn. Finally, however, he left me." to present do so, and from those we think judge that; fiome gossiping letters have been writ- back very large, indicating sensuality very and crueltyi.The .
; turni&n to tne &cientuic worm one or the most .
S ten hthe political Paul Pry's of Itavnnainwhkh Professor the cranium of the deceased .
best suited
accomplished naturalistH'or the day. \ve will make selections and vote accordingt -' style
The leather of Rail Roads. '
i they have i the signs "bull
oracnlarly a dog
We have, for sqrnc. tfoe past, been much interested Thomas Gray was borri in Leeds, Eng., abqut )'. of the times into an alliance between the Spanish hcat' -4. >"- wCurcforTirulcutSinill
)in of this .
f a yqung"man, a 'native city, half century, or mqre ajo; and this i is, all we ,- C- government and Santa Anna/or the purpose of Pox orcaru
named W H. R"Thonus. There, is .
nothing know of his early history. The Middletown colliery War News.The mating war with thi country. We dismiss the 1 latlua and L'Jea1le. '
in his
i propoMpsging the
\ 4 ,except; 4 good eye-M\j appearance carrier's j on external contrary that had a railway to carry coal to Leed-?, a dlst papers by Thursday's mail arc filled with conjecture as absurd, though! is not impossible A merchant and ship owner of this city has

i might ono eiejtii{ an Nature tance of three miles. The cars moved along at speculationstrelative to ,the alleged alliance, be- some negotiation may be on foot for an alliancefor the following recipe sent him from
tempt : toindjctDamo the rate of three miles per hour. It was laughed mutual defence and assistance between Spain where it was furnished by Mr L. Efd
forliocl' tween Mexico the
Meeting him, perhaps among tlie brilliant and Spain, and probable event .
I :
at-not by Gr&y, but by the wise public., Graysaw and Mexico. bef of the
4 Royal Colledge cf and
throng on Fdurth street, with outre of Surgeons,
an put, a collision between the United States and Mexico wh

in his little work that Still the bare
something be of kindled
verdant in might rumor a war amongour i vouches for it as a "medicine that will t
a physiognomy from
& iui incipient beard a slouched a par hat eclipse drawn, close augmented into greatness; and he thought upon i arising(out of the boundary question! between more youthful and adventurous citizens quitea volution in the healing art,as regards et r

.i', over tIp fcrcheaij;,the txrckcte. of his i seedy coat the subject and forthwith became a visionary!_ thd two bt\cr. We give copious extracts below. glow of excitement, and visions of organized tion and cure not only I of small pox but pre
distended tjy a score qf botanical Ho talked and wrote upon }JIH project, of'A General expeditions for the emancipation and annexion to measles however a
prpscrvationa, amllcrtin
.fossil'fr s, and geological specimens the sombre Iron Railway ;" the public declared him in- Spanish Intrigues .-The War Ru this country of the (u'r Queen of the Antelies rose 'type, in D\nner efficient mg&xtr.t-

; hue Of his 'linen advertising tlie death of his; sane. }Ie petitioned Parliament; sought interviews up to thcir imaginations. No appalling shadow nary than could ever have been hither .

i 4 :\\vasher-woroan; he would m st likely be taken with the lords and other great men; and mors. stood darkly in the background of American pated eye by the most ardent philanthropist"" '

.. for a country lad from the hoop-pole region who thus' became the laughing stock of all England.He .- It seems to be generally believed that Spain President issuing his proclamation denouncing "On the first appearance of fever or irritation
had'ventured a trip; ot) the canal in search of the ,received nothing but rebuffs wherever he and Mexico' have entered into a treaty pf alliance, the, expedition as one of piracy and robbery. ushering in attacks, whether occurring in

1 terra incogn ita"town." Wo'first knew homas went. All this took place prior to' 1820, or looking to an early rupiure between the latter A.war with Spain is s naturally suggestive of or large communities, the subjoined mode ffe

&: _, as 4 nqtyspadcr' carrier in '48; his' unusual thereabouts. and the United States. The story that Englapd the annexion of Cuba, that the telegraphic despatch ment should at once :on: Take t"
r owlQflotany, geology and zoology But he succeeded at last The railways were has agreed in the event of war to guarantee the caused the subject to be fully in gram each b enter digitalis (?sf*
S t laid. The worid was benefitted by the madness continued possession of Cqba to Spain, certain all its'bearings yesterday with our sheets orpwder
,;':1 then t the renierk of all* Soon after this he ob- upon partly uable' in it dork
tJuned employment as an assistant teacher in one of Thomas Gray, f contingencies, is also gaining credence among in jest and partly in earnest should be ro and gennet siao

of oUr "schools,'at i ifalary that barely sufficed to Wellt what became' of him,the.l leader',willask *men* of intelligence.* S Santa Anna r not particularly admired in the (this article je on known suph Vitrwk

: buy.lncal and coals for his aged mother. We do not know; but wd beJieve he still lives in* We. lan sc '.suppose that'Great- Britain SouthernStat std hs but*, few fris. But ,These should be rubbed thoroughly "

Ii We met him again the spring of 51, at the Exeter, to whicU place he removed. Up to 1846, can be a party to". any such combination. Santa if his folly and presumption should result tti gir. or ofhef convenient v J.J f'.15"
he had been neglected. While thousands have ,Anna, however is vindictive, as well .as ing this justifiable for
I Cincinnati meeting jf the American Association cherishes cut ground annex of $ thu doe &n b,{
I been enriched bj the consummation of his cnnning. He the "a
I brill- most deadly hatred ing become
i i. for the Advancement of Science. In the popular, with ahoulJal
proceedings : compartvely some sugar,
i qf this body he took'ah interest that liant scheme, he remained forgotten-forced by to the people ofihe United States on account of' and a general vote of tks fm the filli- t mr* this mixture syPc" '
all I poverty to sell glass on commission for a living. the late Mexican war. Spain too, is excited. be. ulob
urprised whoso 'observation drawn but adult
1 by given an and two teaspoonfol*
Howitt, in the People's Journal few cause of the recent difficulties -
a years ago, in Cuba while e
-f/ his
eager' listening and his l large collections of ; second hour until of
r minerals plants and fossUs. Hero he attractedthe gave a somewhat lengthy sketch of his career, Eng nd feels somewhat jealous on account of the The End of the War. every vanish. sptoms'
thus bringing him into public notice. We have prosperity of young] America. She doubtless The war rumors which in
attention of Professor Beard and Professor appeared our "Thus
paper conducted if
I' seen nothing in print in relation to him lately.. sees that unless there is check last it ,convalescence, as by mjj
Henry, of the Smithsonian Institute. We afterWaco's some given to our Sunday scenes originated from the Cu- ic,will result The rapidity oran event so auspicious -
'met him on Mound street in this tity, in Elliott wrote a great truth in these words progress, the extinction of European rule on the ban correspondent of the New York Jourl of will equally delight'and astonish It may,

the shop tf a'' Mr. McKinley, another humbleS "How many men who lived to bless mankind, American continent will be inevitable. Commerce. A Better from Washington i the It however be further to note

but enthusiastic devoted of science, of whom the. lint died unthank ?tot It may be that all these considerations combined same paper dated the 15th, thus emphatically that may should the,bowels necessary beccnoo'obstructed in

'U world. will yet take note, who had just finished, How many of the railway projectors, agitators It have induced the treaty alliance alluded to. i discrit the whole storj'Sar.. Courier. progress of the disease;an evil hj no means common

'Ii' with his own ha };ds and rude tools, a powerful of stock holders &(., have ever heard of the sub- may be too, that England thinks that as a rupture rumors noticed hi your paper of yes then a drachm of the compound powder of'

telescope that Thomas was criticizing. ject of this brief sketch? must cqme, it is better,to precipitate it, and : terday concri an alliance between Spain and jalap (formed of two of tartar with

For some months past we brtd seldom met with . \ the thus cripple America in her infancy. If this be I Mexico as a guaranty by the British one jalap) and one parts grain cream of ihe herb' treated
f pur eccentric friend but Nut Grata.1 case, the conflict will be no common .government of possession of 4
we encountered him late one.- Cqba by above formed with or UK i
as into.
It I pastil
will Spin % syrup
last evening at the Little Miami Railroad depot- As the gardens of many of our readers are be long and fierce,and bloody. It will be on the condition of quatl emancipation should be given to an adult and half the

I p huge blank !book labelled; "Xote on Fossil troubled with this obstinate intruder we have a war of races as well as of nations a war of-extermination slaves in Cub not ct either by the gar quantity to a child. This simple medicine, shais, ,

Infusoria," under one arm.I a shirt and a pair of thought it good to let them have,the benefit of the The as well as of conquest I Mexicans here, or'' 1 of our own' out other form or article whatever,''u totally ,
from socks Under the other. He effect of such a war, the government who would every
had just arrived following account of the successful method of upon commercial be likely to be advised Unot
J Washington and had in his pocket his commission eradicating it, which we find in the Cheraw Ga- interests of the world, cnnot be calculated. It; on the subject The Mexican Minister( ,as I learn, '"The unnecessary Mothodus, medendi pernicious.of theta medicines*

.. asNaturalist to the Kane Arctic Exploring Expedition zette : wpifla be doubly disastrous-disastrous 'to the thinks that tHe policy Santa Anna towards the< results reiUnowonlytobogivenand
capable effecting so gigantic,
which sails from New York next week. lIe 41A gentleman whose garden was overrun withgrass as well as to the vanquished. At the' United States is to be peaceful ; and that he< to be as .
had applied to Professor llenryfor some opportunity and who had outset it would be almost fatal to American trade. would not. in event, seek appears.
t S ? resorted to every other expedient Our commercial any a Corig ai- lows: The herb, by its anti febrile propertS,
.to work in the United States Coast mann is nearly anceV'
Survey as large as that
and without even partial succeeds, made an experiment of Great Britain, while lays hold at once of the fever,'the prolific spurca
thit gentleman had procured his our naval is -4" S
thus: He dug up aqd manured a half power not of which it i immediately strangles, while
spot as great woe
as hers.
: : Slave
the- in the Polar England Trade.
ment'to honorable ; would
post Expcdi- about six; feet in diameter in his attempt to
yard, and set it the zinc acts the ota tonic, instantly restoring'
get part
possession of the Lakes Under
tion where he will have the while the connivance
rarest America of the
L opportunityI out thickly with nut grass, which he suffered to strike would ,Cuban authorities, the
for p
'Jo pursue his fixvorito studies and I Cvda and the West Indies.- the African slave trade equilibrium"a
for continues to
two in which
grow years; tiine, a? the saying ''At the wIt Cub Mr. : ,
a name among' '' -g"of\ 'distinguished" ientiflc4Iaconrera. is, it was as ,thick as the hairs on a cow's back. her allIes commencement, would Eave of the fight the, England and L b vigorusy. proseut Te X- Ezpre I meat vessel should hereafter be allowed,to.put to
In the spring of the third year, as fast as it appeared 1eeta and&nIwnen greatly advantage in L b pacu sea without a few'pence worth of t&se ytoty*

; "Mr. Thomas leaves this' evening for New York, above the ground, he shaved it off with a WIth a fnhltreasury and America on the contrary, Advices from Hava give u information of tors;and it in further ardently hoped th*V$s tb*

irbero he'johcj j. ship.;! We,heartily wish )him hoe,by which he effectually prevented the growth ship- ui1ding, would, not unr-araJetled facilities for the ava of the Lady Suffol at Cube Ac-" dearest interesta of our col111V-a.liiwA"iiy are so ,

p '% ,he eminently. dpseryes_' the' highest !9c. foliage. In ffhc spring of the fourth year, there damages, but would soon only establish promptly tepair all L c says with 1,260 vS ad vitally involved in this discovery the prew of

'tfLat '' were but a ffjf_ scattering. plants whjch be 't\t- that would, be i7resistable.1 a favalforce't ,, 1000 slaves-after, losing hundred'on wt all countries will give publicity to thjuOW. 'S
'I V \ fr \ 1o I pa sc from. Africa, \ I. ment". -Boston. CQut'cr., It .

i ,

Jo. ,
!hlh S Il

', --" '- -
-. =- .. S -

-- ----- -- -
.." .
." ;
iii '.Tr-, ,
:: t I fj J ,
1 0
N -
.' ". -- c. Jill n C

I . . f S

I .
: I. S -
i. 1"\ ., I I ". '

c1 ,
\ I S
'* \
: 0 S.& ----S ,
-1 a. r .
-. "'. ,
"L t- : i ; J' ;
; 4 p- rJntcrs Iflflpepco of Couiuicrre the tlereu-it.. i-; ; "
upon we are in the receipt of several '
It Mid.vnlvenaUy die at *n early! J'Je.t81 and ltIoral'latare. communications the snbjrcl, from medical men; WA'&l-c mSTI Adlnbtmtlx'. Sale. '.'. -C ,

, teubttess., caused by the noxious One benefit of Commerce is its which serve to show that Mr. Wolfe's Aromatic liedgell Qa. Monday the 27th, day of June next, I. wiH I : I

, from the type, want of exercise the 1enW'and moral nature pr influence the upon intellects Schiedam Schnapps is very exteewrely iir use, and DR. G. sell( between Gr.hoo.of 10 A.lI..d 2 P.'. .'
',Jed the Into hour to which upoa in the hands of plly cian., is proving itself as a ront ofihi. Cur e in Au- .; ; I I
and,the hearts of men. It ever tends to diuretic pleasure in to' in the COll, ir. Johns, by order of the
k Thert is no other claxa stimulating to be em&1rnrty successful after TAKES announcing o "
privileges few stir the minds of a community, and produce ac- other medication with this intent had been tried in general), that the .ot Probate of untya' house and lot rii- .' :, '
d Ufa are. tivity in business and at the same time fosters vain. In one of ihe cases thus reported,abdomhlal and superiorly establishment i fit. A5gU5AebeIOngiflg to estate OfJOSE .
.are concerned) and disseminates Christianity. The first is drop y has been cured arid the necessity of lapping conducted by fhaLnoN DOVLE, M. D., isle *.f aald CCWU.I) deceased, said lot is .: 'r \\J

,4_ >kuuous4I whaid wages proven from the history df Tyre, and the second averted ; and in anocber.a distressing ease pi' gravel, dy for the reception of Patients seeking on West by George street, ou the Soutfc a t
1A piter 'U&"typo"Lg be a from the Solomon renowned both for tioiiMo health. All chronic affections street, ou the Kast lot '
reign so BO called, has been entirely removed by the passnge of, by of Martin Cano- .
j P. be ebne4? tho privilege of science and religion. VTliatever increases mental of a calculus of considerable size, which is ascribed i organisisuccessfuhly treated at this on-t tie North by Jo!of the estate x.>f Margaret '

jtoc&tfcgttU tircft, becauseliis vigor or purifies and elcyj&s the.affections of to the use of only two bottles of this article. Dysppsi&Gout, Rheumatism, deceased.ANN. /
, t'.'' are alR t earless and tils mo- men, is so much gain tote' community. The We know not the object of Air. Wolfe iu designating rhoid or Piles, Hemorrhages, T. PAP. Administratrix. I ,

_. JO l-ew. thMiier ajust bespent In history of the mechanical arts, the improvementsin his preparation by the singularly uneuphonious coa, D.'smenorrhC Fluor Albus, ( Augustine, hyGr. S. 4wk.. t
_1 Jt fccrait his exhajiFted energies, and pro- agriculture institutions learning and of name of" 'c cnapp,"norofbi dtnc.iuinatin2 In hb the Eyes and .
cementfl'tioDS WOTICE
p&A**renewal ofJiis toil Poor fellow I advertisement the "conccnirotrd Tincture of jumper the -CIIAIXEJJGE. 3
religion, clearly show that have been Diseases of
{Tfeat** ft&lBg of sodabflity; and from nc- fostered And promoted by.commerce.they Since the ,"instead of perpetuating its: ancient utile of Holland I Scalp, Scrofula-, Dropsy, Syphilis,-.. Gentlttnen of&t* Auputtint? ,.
*- ii dearly shut out from the world Gin. It 11 true that he admits it be nothingelse
II as that Paul tfomo to moral diseases E the undersigue1.here.by.ciiah1eogethece
day went to in the merchant generally,
'a .4Ji in s prison cd1. Truly be IK in the ship laden with wleat, [wherever Commerce has than the latter article in'its purr.lIue,unadulterated I Douloureux, Hysteria Xtur1g tlemen of' St.Augustine, \. Boat RaC.I- S
snot ofLtt! toil toil by noxious drugs: and hence he contradutin"guiehet ihe S.rah G. "
) Toil
by her sickness ffumpkrey against .
spread religion, has lifted her banner.- .Paraly MR, 0014.-
his until is from Gin of commerce, neatly nil of which. Virtig of Five 1
', is fkte. premature old The missionarks of our country have to cy, Chronic luTe Hundred Dojlars. distance ass .
gone well known is manufactured here and .
*coce. For the advancement of as is in cacti! Boot. 'j'o be run'on'tbe
1i their respective field of labor in merchant the stomach and Bowels, :Atrophy .
,! rKty and virtue the cords of his ships.So where from inferior whisky and refuse drugs. The of July, 1853.
jp in all Commerce has been the handmaid every possible Type of chronic ,
ago .
he has givt-ri iI/ owever, serve ihe
4 ._ dffidetrd, oibyone; and when his ofreligion. Who are the.most intelligent, active designating his article as prepared may exclusively purpose for that i is curable, and all diseases are B. HOPKINS' 4. "ALFBEP F. BRAIU, -

k r&MtimCtOIimIs9onorehegoes4be minded, and religious men in all lour communtics, medical purposes and thus commend it to physician organic lesion le present. \ F. W SAM, 5. C. A,, PmC. t

.'. fl'; unwod-foriid hfs beenBacriflced unknown"q but merchants The agricultural population pf a fur whose convenience it It1rn sale only by reputable The'Ladies Department Jxo. L. HOPKINS, 6 SrDCB nKO S' ,, \ .

jgZeCe 4 for the country are, perhaps, generally more steady, druggists and qp iiithecaries., immediate supervision of that ;May ICih, 1853. .. ',
I 4F uniform, careful/aod permanent; buCthoyare As respects its medicinal and curative effects, w bear taechiotes. crying outagaingt more seldom OrUtiv:u odcd. nracticallv usefuL understand hkn toi claim only that it is a pure and tons of the Fstabli, Wl1. ., NotIce. e 1 .
siW *na aemanuing certain hours for and enterprising afe our merchants.-"-Where'kreour reliable article of Holland Gin, and la such worthy The faciitil which this Institution H ,persona are hereby forhiden from &u. ,. '.

rest, we can but reflect upon the great national improvements projected, and of jihe confidence of physicians, in those diseases for. : a strictly ing upon or cutting any tfciher on trart Q ., '
gOUT own crajtf how every moment of carried Into effect but in bur cities 'tehose which they e wont to prescribe it, andhave hitherto course of tea'mtnt-togelh r with its known a.6,0 *lying on tLr,Eaaf 1
forced Into service, to tarn n bare merchants are princes and whose traffickers only been restrained by finding impracticable to cess from nil points in Georgia aol l what viiIortnrtlyknown _
bow1* Uie nonorable of the.earth I"yho are the'chlef are obtain the article in a pure state. Nor should any States, reiderit peculiarly.adapted 'fo' ; placet opposite.Pitctka t and-Biuna'Vista. _ _
A "faLr r m w' mestf IreTtIof e .prrjudtee. against alcoholic medicine 'deprive the. Invalids dtsiroos'cf availing th "nY of a ,giant otl5,000" crt inad< ).o!
l affitcjjd oftheJWittflt. efiWwru Jit tmtIDorttibai t1 WltiTpttMhliiloftjS-rhe6 remedial, J.1d'tceommodatlona (or prh1 1 c Aice, by John lluertas --As alt land-r .
igl&Wcolleged'end' Ins'titotjona\ .genciesofthe Materia Medica,'if it be found worthy to need comment. .,In filling i by me d*guardian of CA aLn"1.Ayic.I *.
Iit' tf.w;poor men, and 'for two '. I 1eailing 1 Who 'afford the facilities for trade of confidence by continued expenence. lishmpnt, no, expense has been;spa: 'MARYN.AMCK.

.. **** ever receive to the great manufacturing andvagricuUural interest ,- At all events,those who persist in employment conduce to make it one of the mot Augustine.May 14ih. 1853. 1
thcy rarelj a
of our country I The answer will be given and toleration of other alcoholic medicines, AS tinctures of resort for the Invalid.in the United '
for their
And the "
to continual by every one.-ffunft, Merchant't JLfogcuine. bitters-&, and especially those who prescribe Patent will be required to fumith Administratrix Notice. .
,I suffering, -4.O Gin: t under any circumstancesmust all unite in giving Cts 'hese will consul of Auction 11 persons hajingjuat demand against the.ea- .
"Iiith&tum urse. trInp are never (ihe preference to a pure article ove: the manifold Compresses, and Blankets for uJorifc : tat 'of Jo..el'uplnte of*Jt. Johns County, ,:
I c:1l1riat. and the hard A SCENE TOBC Rr-KE pERRED.-Pr Reid a trav I rife the Wolfe !. coiled .
adulterations so in market.' Mr. All of which can purchased at are hereby upon to present them ,
t 'me4" are freely iismbuted for the re.tltf otter through the )highlands of Pent, i is said to I liberally supplies physicians with a sample bottle for sonable,teriis.'I'Eiuis.Professionnl. delay to the undersigned. Those Dot prt"I I

jbelr totro\- cn. Thus it Is, that' they have found lately ;Jin the Desert of Alacama the analysis and trial, as set forth in his circular and attention, inc ) within the lime prescribed by law will 'be .. .
*j4t tad die poor!j and, if a suitable .reward slakes the reputation of 'ihe remedy upon the innocence per week, barred. '

".-.l'1hwn ajtter death, sad indeed must dried remains 5fan assemblage beings, five or ,safety and efficiency of his Holland Gin, whenused Board per week, payalle monthly, ANN T. PAPY. Administratrix.

. ..' eginzTh;. the cxiateqce1 and the end, of six hundred in number men, women and children under, medical advice, and pledges his own Servants Hoarded and treated,per Au.guslint'April23d.lt3! Swka .

I ,"J-Il ;ClI,. seated in a'J\ semicircle as when alive, star character in burners that ihe article will not disappoint (uzAll letters of inquiry promptly .
r' __ any who use it. June 18th' Administrator's Notice. A. S :
I ------ .
ing In the burning waste before them. They I
|fcrtte From the New York October 26 1&52. -
[ Express, ] .
have not been buried life had not before '
,. cidc.in ; departed Hops &c.rr1fops against the estate of Philip U. YongV S

. Kontholon's history of the they thus sat around, but hope was gone, MEDICAL LIQUORS. Yen, Powders Cream of are hereby culled upon to present the same ,
captivity of JCapHB In common I presumewith many others of theptofes'i'tn. delay,duly authenticated to the I .
IIT1 ntus, Soda. Barley undersigned.
tho invaders at hand and Cab
ot St. Helena,"it is rcdbrdc4 that ho twice were no escape .
I received few months d h. It
some since.na not presented within two years from this
. .4 1 selfdestruction, once nearly hi his ca- being left they had come hither to die.- circular addressed 'To Pliyscians throughout! the orange Thyme,I'eel Sn ,o,aavory Prondy lt'nch.,Cinnamon Spices, will( be forever barred. J S

igalpin 1815. On the first occasion I. Thoy still sat immovable in that dreary desert ; United tate.." by Mr. Udolpho Wolfe, the impor- tie in vials, English mustard [' ANDREW YONGF.. Administrator. ,
.. &Yedby DemajK a former comrade iery: Beaver street, inviting a medical nod chemical Rr.AucltineApriI2JdIt53 8wu" : '
dried like mummies by the effect of the hot ,air, tard, Cayenne peer, A8st., auct. .
Jsit ariBery regiment Aapolcon was then in examination new article Holland (Gin.man Pickles. \ S I
JtriI depressed and suffering from illness. HUffedjo they still kept their position, sitting up as a KOcran !- ufactured by himself: gchitdnm, in Hollandby Domestic Preserves. by the P Tolin., 10 Cases choice 1 I' -

.haTing Cornea was at Marseilles, council, while over that dread Areopagus,si i. peculiar, process, nnd "put up for, medical I ue. randy Fruit Cherries &c. Claret %Vjne, S Bbls. Nice llama 10 Kegs '

eutctns of subsistence, and had written to Icnce broods everlasting under somewhat Dutch title "Schiedam Aromatic B Limes, Pineapple* Ginger ; 10 boxes Cheese. do Chocolate do Con

d |An fcraML Napoleon hadno\hing an ansig- Schnapps' The circular claims forthia article an eminently ish. Fresh Slainon! Sardines at Retail.B Water, 2 Cases fine Cut tobacco in tin foil* : .

, pat, lor eo hand d us. Relating thUadvcnlo buprrior degree of purity aroma flavorand Principe &c., Stiafl.1t Retail. .Ii I

. Mqp iolon, %p teon Pyslaaatak.9r1cJccUonlwentlOut '. Wall Arrnnc'lImu" medicinal efficacy, and offers niur"ovri, a gratuitous St. Augustine June 18ih, 1653. ,B. E- CARR, I
as if urged to From Picolita 18 miles diiance in Ht. Augustine; supply out to any physician who may feel disposed May 21, &:3.
arfiaaT AIIIVls.-- lonlay. and Thursdays 11 A. si.DarLlTI.undnys to lest thete claims. hi scientific and profefefrionalmanner. .
aa and walked Road '
by instinct Rail
"i alongm Florida
Tie Dye.
and Wednesdays 12 M. 4
i;: quays, feoJingTny 'ekucss, but unable to Cr.osE.-.?unc1av.nll ,Wednesdays II A. MNliVV Being familiar with three facts in) relation to the Notice i is hereby given to the liq aid Hair Dye-This is a capital, 5

...t..iL.. In a few... ,more,. moments. I should. u!e Holland Gin as a medicine,namely :first, that in the Florida Hail Road article bring.an instantaneous and permanent
.IN"8WD myseu IntO uie-water" when l ran when pure. it is absolutely invaluable, and not to be n meeting of aid subriber und no trouble 'See directions. Itiswarrant- -
.t aa lndifidua.1 dreued like a simple me- ADVIt.L'ISEMUN'I'. .' exchanged for any other remedy known to the profession for the 13th June in*'., is pooponed and if not satisfactory to be'returned. It dies ei. -
mad who recognised me,' and threw him..IItJon ,. !, in many complaintsboth acute and chronic; jiext and that a meeting of said l! black or brown desired try it. .
.r and *'Is it Notice multitude of ill bo for the of Electing, r* n *m A __ ,
ray neck cried NapYhM9oy secondly that amid the made or adul Ilel purpose U. !. UAK1C.

;iieAt \ to ce you again f.ou1 h' was persons having demands against the Estate .teruled liquors with which this country. ,abounds, a II ny on Tuexday the twelfth ( May '14, If 3. 4 {
nn'a comrade ALL Holland Gin is to be obtained next at 12 o'clock noon, at ihe 0 .1
) flpber of mine in the arlilleIftegtaeat John Carrarns ctn8t"d, are hereliy called pure scarcely at any 8 - S t
He had emigrated, and returned I upon to pr sent them without delay lo the utid'-rsign. price ; and thirdly, that the radical impurities of any in the town ol Jacksonville in lacking Varnish, &c.-.Mafons Shoe .

B Trance in disguise to see his aged mother.- fd Adminixtraior.snd peitsons indented. raid Estate or rpuriuu gin consist, first, of the hydrated : incorporation. blacking, Masons shoe Varnish, Harness Var., '

Vt vas about to go when stopping he said, are required to make payment, without delay to the oxide of Aniyl, n poismuus oil. more commonly June 1st., 1853. Rubber blacking. Fish Ojl, Neata foot Oil. . **9tsjt i4 the matte I You do no't listen to me. subscriber.. known as Potato spirit Fousel oil, or Amilic Alcohol C...A. PRICE, Init. .- B. E. CARl- '

*Kd not seem glad to nee me. What mtsforJpl RICHARD CARRARAS' Admr. j and secondly, of he heavier of the two essential I, II. BKONSOX,
. threatens Yotilook' to mo like a madman' Si. Augustine June 25th. 1853 Swksl, oils Juuier, instead, of the lighter-which impurities JOSEPH FllEUf.1 > or the Laundresstorch polish fcr'.." .
! '. 17i.reet usually result from thft.rnerce.norr system of A. M, REED,.. ; .c mixing: with comtnotf.starclsitrgive linien
/ |0 kill himself1; 0 '. ivory appearance:*, "B. P. CARL" 4,
awoke CLOTHING: nexceuive desiillttien of the materials employed JOHN O. REARDOK, .C".I"I "
J appeal Napoleon feelings, 1 resolve tonccepiof, Udolpho Wolfe'*challenge, '
t, r ..i tatd Urn everything. Is that III,"' said a -ORTI1iLL and put bis "Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps" the GEO. R. FAIRBANKS t u'o' Lime for white' wnshiug, very good I
H kls course waistcoat and detaching a Tuos. P. KEXSEOV, also White wash Crushes, Coloring, paints Al
J. Wffi iet of rigid nnatlyis. And 1 was induced to do this .
, ,Wt, Wadded, "here arc thirty thousand francs IF 1 asssx notwithstanding die proprietor' long standing and JOHN JACKSON. Copperns, Glue &c. f.
; .is phi take them$uwl save4 mother. "I because the June 1 April 30th. IHtt D E. CARR. .
, I ; your Purchasers of CLOTHING informed that reputed respectability as an importer purity .
: ,
' moot" said Napoleon, "to this day explain toSSBT we arc manufacturing the LARGEST ASSORTMENT ; ut gin, above that of every other spirituous\ Alex. C. from Proceedings of City ."' k
motives for so doing but I seized the employed in medical practice, ia.of the Professor : ,
$ CLOTHING (at wholesale only) suit.' quor most OK MEDICATED Council "'. '. :
; a convulsive! movement and ran like able for the Country Trade to be found in the vital consequence to the community inasmuch it Beauiifyinp, Curling, Preserving.. Up! following Resolutions then severally -
to send to my mother. It wan not States. subject to two distinct causes of pernicious impurity the Hair, Relieving! were
Strengthening .11. introduced and *
wfl It was out of my hands that I: thought ofifet STWc do business on the namely ; the interior oil of Juniper, as well, as Skin, Curing Rheumatic Pains.and adopted, namely S
f j i
i I:had done. 1 hastened back, to ,the spot I the Fousel oil 1 found, moreover, the "Aromatic nat Wounds. Bounded by n'o Resolution let

,.a,tt I: had left Dcmasift, but ho was no longerseN One Price. System. Schnapps" strongly recomendeft by a physiciarisand the reputation of BARRY'S Resolved by the Mayor and Aldermen in Council t
For several days I wcqt out in the tnor- Orders promptly fillcj-Ty, An examination of our writer of no less influence'than Dr. D. M Reese of the Union. The sales of the : -That the Ordinance prohibiting bathing

.Teti1rued not until evcniiig, searching every stock i is solicited, [ the, New York Medical Gazette, and bv many of have increased in a ratio that almost certain limits then in specified, passed the S

_e t where I hoped to find him." JIAXDFORD & BROTHER flit most eminent members of the profession who I Professor Barry after a careful t ht of July, 1843 be amended.by inserting !mme : .
had, no reason to suppose had obtained any other ; that the number of alter the wdrd "bathe," in the second line of -
fIfce: end of this romance is eccentric as the be- 39 Park Rqw,(opposite the Astor House,) ile'book, finds i
than evidence of its pharmaceutical .
empiracle .
NT. purity d to order, in quantities of from first section thereof, the following, viz : except t S
ynnine for fifteen years Napoleon saw no more anti value 1 therefore resolved to inform medioal
the enclosure vail and d
1H52 or of a regular *-
A W&welter. At tho end of that time: he disenred [ N. l). We arc the largest manufacturers ofOlLQlt men at leant fir the sake of the public at large,/>f ihe word 150,000., during the year was constructed JSatkmg Ilouie and it was like- ,

Mat, and asked why he had not applied CLOTHING resultsofmy investigatiop,whether they proved favorable It is unnecessary to present at e Resolved, that said Ordinance, be further so .
to bt JSn&ror. h, that he had : in tho) country. Rubber Clothing at the otherwise the character of the article
answer was or to dences of the wonderful properties nod altered, as to rend thus, (to wit) soy .
fee Misty for the money but was afraid of he. : lowest market rates. and the interest of its proprietor. rous, ,when the puplic have violating this section of this ordinance, shall ; .

feg OMB|>Bed to leave his retirement, where be June 25.1 3m. Those resuUs are as follows: Searching ,first for dorsement as this. The ohl! ) conviction before the Mayor, if a while person ,"

in3 Ktfpily practicing ho rliculturc.1-1 theoi1 Juniper, by distillation, I obtained an oil,, and the explanations given of its and pay. for the first offence/ fine of Five

Kapolcon now paid his debt OK may be presumednUy ,- I TO TIlE PHYSICIANS OF 'fST.'l'l.'B fioin two quarts i>f the liquid, whose specific gravity upon the hair,the scalp, and in all ,with all costs which may accrue in the col' .
83:.ouel whose boiling point ,313 degrees,, ;
, made him three hundred was, wag irritation, first recommended it. of said fine and for each suWjjuent offence .
., theil.Ad francs; reimbursement accept from the OF FLORIDA.WOLF'S nor did successive redistillation yield; any oil of great cal_. ,nronle.n This_ was all. that fine of Ten dollars, with costs as aforesaid and if Ii ;
as a .
CELEBRATED SCHIEDAM AK- er gravity or of any other kind whatever. The mulatto conviction
: shall "
(fpf the thirty thousand lent of the sub- of common Holland Gin,. to called, sired. Every bottle adveilised _,negro,_ .. or,_ ,____ on., IY' L II trespass! .u.__*
= OJI4 TIC) SaJIXtPlS.DEEJlIXG saute quantity
Oi! the fluid exceeded expectation. & mjsoruinonre me onenuer auau receive twin .
I vUUery; and besides made him director yielded an excessive nmont, by redistillation of oil The ladies would not ). stripes on the bare back. 4. ,
remind charm.
feamt of fee gardens of the crown, with a salary it unnecessary to any weighing 0,871,with the boiling point of 542 degrees: ot S .
section '
dealers in Resolution lid.Resol'ud .
ol the Medical profeccion of the try every
of Mrtr thousand francs. lie also gave a go'to the lighter oil having iou"lypu"l"d over. This thus
E--1l&co his brother. ettiuttlUhed Medical propenie. of pure Holland Gin, was conclusive as the buprioriiy of :Wulte's gin, found they must have it'; and That hereafter, until, otherwise provi 5
in many diseases dropsical lendrncy I respectfully wholesale trade of'an extent ,a tax of six and a quarter cents day be levied '
which the per
the oil Juniper,
in relation to upon aroma,
..11'l when Napoleon was at the bead of bisEN article of this kind. The '
invite your examination .to 0 very superior nrticlfmanufactured flavor, nnd diuredo and medicinal lies of .lgadt collected for each stall in the Fish market,used -
to attack the allies, his Marshals ruvself Schiedam in propet every not been reached, and it i is
g by exclusively kind of gin essentially depend. yet occupied in the vending ofFish ; and it ia here .
with him. They were op. Holland, by a process peculiar to my own factory. A* to the Fouse) oil, with which all inferior spirituous sales this year will be a million and made the duty of the City Marshal lo examine
of operations, and looked upon Itis flavored and medicatednot by the common liquors are more or lets impregnated, and which Depot and MnnufactoryNo. 137 \ fIsh brought to the market and (with the concur
re-enter Paris as hopeless They bamh berry, but by the choice botanical variety of renders them poisonous in ihe exact ratio iff which York. Retail price 25 cents a rencenfany two discreet and disinterested persons,

,= at ho should abdicate in favor of his the Aromatic Italian Juniper Berry, whose more they are imbibed-which causes such liquors to intoxicate .i 'Liberal discount, to purchasers by he may select to unite with him in any exam:1::1
1 TRm was also the a4vleoof the Emperor vinous extract is distilled and rectified with hs fpEril- when others do not,and creates that morbid, Sold by all the principal \ : he may make) shall condemn all,such fish as

.. Napoleon did as was proposed j but solventand thus becomes a concentrated tincture, insatiable"feppetjte (or undue indulgence, with all its throughout the United States and ,I ) be unsound and Ubfit fur use and from and Ji ;,
'31iaetiw1hii army had surrendered on that exquuite flavor and aroma.altogether transcendent, deplorable consequences, of which the friends of West Indies, Great Britain, France i after the passage of this:resolution, no salt of tub .

*; After tad tho allies rejected all negotiation. in its cordial and tuedic1naproperurs.} to any Holland temperance and philanthropy so justly complain, Jun 1l.152. shall be made, either openly or coverfly until the\'( .

,'7k. KKkt and,offers Napoleon to.his of- Gin heretofore known. instead of that sanety and fastidiousness of taste, for market bell .has been regularly rang and any aal
iditts unheeded them and Amid the influx of inferior distillations with which which the drinkers of pare ire distingaihed "CHEAP CASH made in violation( this prohibition, is hereby declared i
were mequlYOC&1 abdic&tlon, for the market is now flooded physicians find no little of this fetid, acrid, liquor 1 oil, I found no HI. R,* to be utterly void, .and not entitling the pour' ,:' 1 .' !
difficulty procuring a Rood and pure Gin, which trace in Mr. Wolf 0'1 medicinal gin, although I repeatedly espectfally the chaser to a preference over any other Individual wia, ".; t r /
7. IedtoUie. ,&eCODd..J at- they can' prescribe with confidence I in Its beneficialwrCk' various quantities cf4l with tb.J., t tnenda and '.lill ge may "be present at and after the ringing of said Jbell. *,'Y j ; .j

i" .. A*'as Importer bf twenty yeara stanJiag,i I. chloride'cf telt.| by the usual process, which 1" Ready made Clothing and propose fur any fish he mar see and detire. to. :
: tr the city of New York:and possessing matured.expanrnce .readily detects and obtains, in the'ordinary ppinto- season ; a portion of which has purchase and any person'selling fish either openly'or :
,. "1 k to the manufacture of UOU.IAD GIN especially thit tilt; and for style and covertly, contrary to the Intent and meaning of !

I b._ *portion. of poisonous powder ,I beg to submit to your attention my AROMATIC 'oua'lquora ), I feel hpund to say that .I regard this ship, U inferior to none to be I this interdiction,shall on conviction before the May .
1 Ism Iwd prepared by my,orders, when ScHicoix ScHiurn as on, which cannot fail to gin,]as being in every respect pre-eminently pure, The following comprise a portion : or be fined in quadruple the value of any fish so sold
'J tefcr of betec carried off by the Cossacks. realize your utmost expectations,and shall be happy and deserving of medjcal patronage. kit indebtedlo. Black Drap Dete Frok and acks : by hUll, with costs of prosecution. !'
tylfciMfenfer belonged to my country ; the (o forward to you a bottle of it,free of charge,in answer its superiority I doubt not, to sound and select Linen Duck Fancy Linen "Kttvlved, That hU Uo r. the Mayor be .eques- .
VMHflf(fee last few days had again rendered to a letter Irftimating your read Dell to 'acceptit. materials,and to Uial peculiarly accurate method of India Grass Dri and Brown Linen ted to invite the attention ol Lieut. M. L- Smith, of

M ,et it.Vb should I endure so much \ distillation which leaves the heavier less volatile Black and Colored Alpaca Frocks the United States Topographical Engineer Corps '
) It is now scarcely one since I have preparedand anI in this City and (who it U understood is on a -
I& td who knows that death mayte year esatntial oils,both of the barley and Derry,behind Pants of Fancy French Casfimere! now '
distributed ticmmx; GIN exclusively for of Canal in our State) to the ground
tocr Survey
my fur the Dete .
in the still. ,This also is sufficient to account Cassimere, Black! Drap
of I II
the bead
i crown son .
I my btief
within that
pf'riod,1ban of Matanza
upoa medicinal purpoeesyet ioterveningbetween the head ninr,and
refined aroma of this above other gins;but in regard Casaimere. Wh.te Duck,Fancy
I flN -.1'ed' I hesitated longer but
no received numt'fOualeutf., both from physiciansand of the Italian Drill -mith's Creek the head of Halifax Hiver.at "Bn
of Cotton
beriy. lot
to the special quatlie Juniper er with a large
"B bqd, mixed the poison in a little it really extraordinary Iowa liCe ask that he will consilient f
my patients, testifying to | of which the manufacturer speaks in his circular,! foroervantiwear. Haulover" 10 j
L :M$4 drank It with ft sort of happiness.e .- efficacy in Gravel Incipient Dropsyand affection of have no chemical knowledge,nor wherein us lighter Vests of Black Satin. Blank with his other arrangements examine the aame.witjk '

,.= bad Uken away its strength; fearful the Kidneys ned -Madder generally;also in Dyspeptic oil differ Irom that of$ the Junipenitcommuni .. 1 Silks, Fancy and White \ a view 10 ascertain the practicability of opening a
'WT forth some groans from me; they Maladies when taken in proper quantities as a Diet find that the oil of both,polmze.to the l left,andyields Linens. Also, a large water communication to connect those two poitoa '!
tatfttad, medical assistance arriv d. It Drink, and especially at dinner it found by uniform with pure hydrochloric acid a liquid camphor.This .- Goods Stripe ,such as Stocks,Gloyes and report to dIe City Council the result of his examination. ,

k '* IX*Reaveu's will that I should die so soon. experience to be eminently efficacious in the most acid being in the stomach .a principal component Collars, Shirts, Stripe Silk and .** -
obstinate cases when even the beet of the usual remedies G. HUMPHEYS. MayorTax -
ntiia my dettin,. of the gastric jnioeprobably creates this male- dilk and Gingham Umbrella,etc.
have failed to afford more than temporary relief, vial fiorn the oil,and renders. the valuable diffusive .
and I have no doubt that it would yield similar results stimulant for which it formerly, and will, .probably Claret Wine Collector'* Sale '
half "
l.fui4.Jrinc1-:4 poor man century with precision and certainty in your own protesdumalexperience. wned. Wine virtue of the law : .
we tempted to riqlate the ,again be reno A very superior Claret BY power reaed ia jne by .
game .
Ii 10 boxes ( for sale before the Court Home'l
Wolfs also :
I consequently .regard Mr. Schiedam itt and pints expose
the for the Schiedam is in
booting ft deer penalty The Aroinatio Schanpps put up Port \V Palaika thefirst of the following 4
"" Aromatic as valuable accession to ourpharmaceutical Sherry, Madeira and me I ,on 51 on Jay July nfzt,
a De Silo i pounqs, or In defaultykbesWh strong bottles, pints and quart, neatly I covered and and described much thereof aa will pa/ >
ox to
of its Ale, Porter property
agents (orn- Phiaddpb3
embossed the bottle say nothing
& gave half the deer to labelled with my name on te idUS
In to who use distilled liqoura Waler, tlfttiteanilcoutyixJsadflCCeZiaiyUpeUZ $
, f, Who had the meanness afterwards to a tic simile ofmysignature on the la and my seton parative .OdOUDt'S beverage. To those traveling in theIuulbwtll'whut' man tic Hone y Dew Tobaccol' thereon, to'W I. .
I ..' ,ftf bim in order that he might get the the cork,with an essay upon in properties.UDOLFHO as the best water persons frequently produces Leaf and Cut Tobacco, 9Sti acres one half.24 a.d.ihf other half 3d plafond '

:; J: .w being that half must go to. the WOLFE, tlbtressing qd sometimes even dangerous effects double taxed granted u> the Hers of ThomaaForbes
-z.af ft&d feslf to the king. The offender w&stJ Importer, 22 Beaver street New upon persons unaccustomed to them, I should think St. Augustine June 4th 1853. advertised tor aoapayrnent cf Uxe/for the

..( snd fined accordingly but plead that Extracts from the New York Medical Gazette and it would be a good precautionary provision, a year 1653,being section 38 private sorveya in town f
.... "Well,mon," aid the BUDI* Journal of Health edited by D' M. Reese M. D.. counteractive or preventive of those effects, when I 1 "v. S. ship 0 range 23 and 26.bounded North by public lands"? .

._A' Cha Juh s, then." The poor I*. L. D., 775 Broadway, October 1st 1852: mixed in moderate quantities. At all events, it is i 'determined to Sooth by,land* of the Hejra of William Canton.East / .

*II4 1b1fn. The magistrate then said HOLLAND GIN A 8 A UIEDICINJE. the purest possible article of Hollapd Gin, heretoforeunobtainable HATING residence, by pubju: Jajjds ao4 West by public bnda. f ; J S

t,- = -Ttiaj that man. the informer tie In curtail uuipber we accompanied the publication an4 as such, may br safely! prescribed the Ladies Gentlemen a I Unlr. aUK and' expenses are paid" before day.of: :

1S1e and pi him fifteen lashes, of a circular on thu subject, from our fellow-citizen, physiciaqs.: and Instrumental sale.. 9 I; S
,. hk,balf; and when King George Udolpho Wolfe, E'q., w h a brtte ram-ntary, ex- PAVIp L. MOTT, M. D.. Piano Fortes tune4 and S B T BOYD, sheriff and x-off. ,

1w ** ye w&l gio him his baL 1I&'( ft\ preasiTf of our owu \ews. Since then we hijve Pharmaceutist 1 CVmvt.. Planters Hotel Tax Assessor' and Collector 1'a

f tla ir >, 'AI W tjl) Jbe K1a ." been employing this agent,and thus far wi'h favor- June, 18th 3m.. May 26ih. Palaika: January 1st, 1853.


: j, it' ttj' '' -. :;- c:.' '1' /'"' -. S Q S S'i: _- -" _
.1i1'' Iiii: Jlf.e .
.,. _

-- ---- -
i ii--- .
IiI ', fti i
.- --. -. : -. -. .. -

t .%I .


I .

t ,
{ .
t.. I < I ,
1 '
J -J' 1 .
I l .
': I 'BBI ?__ pirer.tory Kor the county of Qt John's: ua.the first Sl.oi.day I .AND FtttIiJAe Citjr Ordinance nod,- RcQlutiop:I t.f ) To**Condor* Salt.. .,'

j 1 -. ;?Jl.r rirI 7it 'On dr S+1r. George n Sa Street!UXMV., trtmh1'0"!| ip 'ovember-which (or,the year ,,1, will be. ihe I V. S. MAILCAROLINA STEAMERS, An Ordinance .(tor the better preservation of the B virtue pf the. cove y iD.Jftf b ':

; :-I I .tIe Pot-t14Squa.re one door p o rib'ofthe Meiho*( *.d!,' November.!' 1 cleanliness and health of the City,and for other purposes. I ex Imo.for rate Defuse Jbe CStt J .1.,x L

i diet C stick' For the county, of Nassau Thursday]; before the I, AND FLORIDA.. Pabtkalowoff OD duo h a& blvadq or I"I I y rr.,. "

i .l"Zmh 11.- Pa Treasury. itaae, North of' third Monday in November, (say for 1t S3, tbe elite Through lo Palatka in 24 to 30 Hours.!. Be it herely Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen { described propeny or 10 Jalek thc reef to 'il

f \ I the Public dqu re. 'November. The CAROLINA. of the City of St. Augustine in Council 1 assembled pay the state Md count, taxe tad u
City 1lpt4. On i Jharlotte and Bay r 't't,1a few For the.county of DuvaJ.cn the 3.1 l Monday in November tjo leave CHARLESTON : That from and after the promulgation ,of this tee due thereoa, \p wit. J elm 't

I ..doors'South East of ihe Public 1; Square. which for ( .. every it shall not be tawful.IO throw 31 '
( 1653willl iheglftNov'ember.. SaurJay;: at 3 P. M. Re- Ordinance, vegetable 893 acres rate lauJ peantrdtt.E.
:: Planter'#o"'. pn Charlotte settee!end Trtl1l- 4f'or the counl1. of Marion, on the 1st MondavinDecember i-jrn'ig.will Ieav
( : pry LajM, north of the Public Square. ; ctrrxed to the : (say r'1853., the 5ih December." KA'tvcry Monday.7 A. M.PCOLYTA., A.M., Sea Wall.or into the Basin connected with said the year 1852. lying partly in to..Lip 13 laIrs;.

., 1rlda JJonse, '' For ihe, county (f I Alachvn.on the 2J Monday in and JACKSONVILLE Tuesday. 4 oYIiwk+ A. 1[. -Wall-and any* person offending against thishibition. pro- and partly in Uwnship 12 range 2S.aW ftlft

I BOAltDING IIOUSES. pecember, (fl112th December in |he year 1B/3., The FLORIDA will leave CHARLESTON every shall, if a whit person be lined for the first North by publwr lands South, the Rivet 8. J

I' t 1 Mitt F ti. Oa 8t. George '..Street a ,few. douse For the county of (Columbia on the 3d d nday Tuesday, at .3 P. '\. Returning will 'leave PA offrnce. in alum not.less than two nor more than and grtnt of lYnGatd net'. Etu fc, paPc L:.

r .South ofth Court.. Hoc_ '
,I .V.r"l" .o., burrt' corper of Bay and. 10 o'clock A. M. ; JACKSONVILLE, Friday, .' less t alllie. nor more than Ten IIara.ndifthe taxes. trod, expenses )are paid beorcda! tt

,I 6,I'. Garden. Ltpe.. ray o'clock, A, M. .offender be a colored person he or she so offending sale, t1'
\. c ?' { c..lilbt'r.JjOOm These Steamers connect with all the inniorS""t. shall subject ton like finr.orbe at the discretion 1. T. BOYD S!lC'riJh" ex-ff/
8 g
_' 'QCTORSJ @mJm
of the Mayor punished by the infliction of
In of East Florida and connect both ways with a number Tax Assessor and Collet ; 'i.'
r r Dot!. F. IVcrdrnj tlca at Pwelliug, J9use ST. AIJGU&TlflE, C. F. the New York Steamships Carolina Railroads, and of stripes on the bare back of not I lees than It'D. normore Palatka, Jan. lsr. 1p153.t to .'c. .

I ,I l. 'Bridge Street. i'I Street i the Wilmington Boa is.Paxtffge than twenty; for the first offence, and for each t
/hct.71 hi !. r'. Qftice on ,St. George offence oJ -

i ( of not less than Tax Collector
subsequent SacBY \
A'nLlSlIMEXT twenty nor *
l few o'oprs North of fist Court floue. hav from Charleston to Jaektonville, 3.- .1-..
I 1 .11 '. '. 1 rllGG'S'r' I .j'i I .| in;; underfjone :Thorough Repairs this Pieolat anil Palatka, 10. ir ore than thirty one. tissue of the'power" vested in ne ly

/' J", C.ZIr.tr,. 'ChcmUan4. Urp. ;. rstCi+arlpttrt ; ..* present season,' is now tenth for For further particulars, apply to Veit/urlhrrOrdained, by the authority aforesaid expose,for sale before the Ceart !! Ia-i(
: ',. .' r : Thai it shall not hereafter be lawful', for colored Palaika the first
'I.I. ,tart: reception ot Company] l"'UJlLJES.ANI' !] J. VV. CALDWELL. Charleston. on Monday ot July text, {
) I k! '4' f I TRANSIENT, IloA1wI irs; can have spacious IIELLECUASSV&FINEJANJac.eonre. pt'ltIonsbond or free) lo use the Sea Wa I, as Iplace lowing drseribeilJ properly} or so mach thereof} ts '

c '. A i ; R. R REID : for promenading and they are hereby forbids pay the state and county laxesfcod! ? ibe 'fSf
1. ,. ,..LAWYERS' ;r rh' + pur intuits. : Palatka.. feb 2G accessary
to walk thereon under a penalty of a fine of not Pr errs due ihrreoo, '00 Wit. '
El: 27. B'J. Counsellor La\vi_office on Ar- Room, Aity, Ccm, ami Noat- "
< at .
u r .' f .* ** Tax Collectors Sale 'I less than two, nor more than five Dollars or in lirnthl"reofa 150 acres 3d rate land, granted to Wra.
itself U
1 t 4 Lance : iCr furnished handsomely.in .- nJnn "
J ,iJU-iy I number of stripes of not 1 lets than
: virtue of the vested in law 1 tenner double taxed and advertised for nonpnymeat of tupf :
imd Councillor : Wauling. by
t I'ulnam. ; power nw
Attorney .
u. ; B more than thirty one, to be laid o "he bare back of .
for th 1852 lyiot in
lnivoHico, lticulutu'&rrtt. The $is well known expose for sale before.the Court House i in year hip"3 ttngegg tlxi,
Jbnpc being evil the offender.Se .
,. flt rc y list 'lT
t and Pulatka, on the 'first,Monday of July,next.lhe following !bounded !North and by E. HnJr r*crut'
Geoigtll. fairlankf.. Atioinr. .. Councilor Built Exurooty wjih u V Cty to tliu; nccoinodiiliunof' Ordifiaed 'III '
and .
> Hous described properly or so much thereof as wiil pay further Decreed, 1)1tbe authority South. and We t by the River in Johns. ,,.
the Court
-t lieig; 1, Jnru'liJ* fnd others, bcin; entirely aforesaid that from and alter this dale Unless and
j thestnte and county taxes and necessary expenses due nil{ taxes expenses arepaid"Dolor! ds>r
(Guilt of WcMki, with Rooms con tK-ci+ in g, Fold thereon, to wit. colored persons are forbiden to smoke in any of sale. .

\ ,I FUIIL}',OPf IOF.S.ti : ,j !rig !)oots- &c.f, which renders U Fit-e: from 25G acres 3d rate land D. Acosia Jbu- the streets or slier public places in the City under R. r.BOYD.sheriff aa lrl -N'a<

(i'le l'f.l.ce dreu 'oat ?4stuof. I>utnpncs5. Firepfaccs', :tl iau: s'tu .windows bee taxed advertised 'for granted to. of 'for the I a penally! \>f a. fine of not less than three norinore 40.r.s Miesioran4; tolietwtraO '

/ .,.v rttt1o. 'rJ" .,., :,. tbrou bto'tenin1C" QR.l' aZZtt I'lumcaade.TwoIutiJrud year 1852, being in township nonpayment l.range 26 rut'S aad twuudrd I than to ve dolkrs for the first offence, or"in"default"" 'a' l' d' .(..i .0 ,/

,", '"' .. r y r v/jr.".'*" /Jle.lrl'l','vA>.., $ar. /(: P/oiecliun, from Rainy,- CoM North;South and East by public lauds"aad West p'1m\"ur'&h.nor, a number, o.t stiiprt, .AO v '
a. l reyor'.Generalop'l)ospjtal rct.C'prrirr of ,.ArtitleryLauc l 1V'iudsAc.formtnzadesruler.E; n .u' from bytheRiveFSt.Johus/. -. a' '" .'.i-, !. than ten norinore V JaJ ygpao h. rt&rs&tsvuturiof. 2" .

1I I and Kowutal Streetj : conlincaieoi ot tll seasons of ihc. )'enr.- J bare back' of the pC"root"r-and for each tobsegaroofi'rncr ,t*U | w -"tertrdtfMt ,

/ '.d QJie .['!. T.'WMTtfRegistel. > of Public TitoIlotrsc is s-.tiuted lacing' Sn.nli. central 1 Also* a fine of five doll.rs, or the Infliction o expose foresee Before UHfCeatil

4 Lan -oHice! in the Court House poniiiotn find relifed 'mm' other Dwellings 170 acres3d rate land beios in low laip 12 range : thirty one stripes, to be laid on the bare beck ou the first.Monday of July next.\

That. .,,, $utaii, ReceiVer, or 'ce irr.. Court. The Ih>u u contains 45 Rooms wi.li addition 2G bounded North. South and Kast: by public lands,, afureaaiJoEd all colored persons are hereby atrictl ; property or loninfehtbefrvf 'pN
\' JJouiie. West by the St. Johns [Rrver. forbiden to carry shunt their person, any : .and county taxes and necessary
[ uli Fn flours' Dininjr, Settiiif ItmOIfl .cud conveniences etptrlrt
: I \ !tdg. *f frolilf.. ((.G. Hpmphrey's '*;)office in jicncnU For Accomfnodaiion- AIo" clasps or other of more thai?,three inch Irngih o ', to wir.' .t''
\ I ) }in th, 1 Uourt lIo". i ': Slut lie surptis.sed. 232 acres 3d rate land being i'n rownship! 13) rangr blade ; nor shall any colored person, net actually infirm i T acres 3J rate land granted lo C. \V. o.
I rer ..Qunutt Clerk ,Circuit .Court, office i if in 37 and bounded North from disease extreme age. carry under In and adverifsrd J fur n ,
i I. Thu well earned) Reputation thw Hoif e' by public land, South and I uouuayiurat of m
j \ jhe Court Uouse. West by the' (River :r. Johns and East public lands pretence whatever a cane o; walking slick jjf an 1S53. bring in township 13 rang;21:
lifts ftt'ltl'M Year will lie
I Kitftel JJ.Canova. Sheriffand! Tax Col ector.of-. !io; 'required th r Uitlfts taxes size or description; under a penally ol'nnl less the r'T niuIAVest '
and last
North by> [
[ : pobticlaaib t
I, t C fice in the Court House Prueu cu"," rir$. DAVIS uiui t .

I I Co lector, of C"doll" Paul Arnau, ,hire i irt fir, the libc'til: I'jitronajje heretofore, she rettfrns R. 'I B'OYD, pht'riITnnll rx-olL the bare back of the ofSrnde'r of not less than ern taxes and exp>euses are paid be. 4aj'bf'i

1 1 I 1 1! Ciiar otie street at.his renidence near tUe'tiore of A. her 'ihnnhs.7'iu'l'ah1e Tax Assessor and Collector nor more than thirtymnr.Passed I *
I 1 9 t\ : will be stipplicd with choice .r. c. by the Council: 23d DecrmW 1852. I i ;
\ /. t1d'pall. : Palatka Jan. 1st, 1853. R. T. BOY D.sheriff nnd .'.[.' *.
James A. Mickfvr.I.lll. Fish; Dircks. G 1JV lPUItEY .u
I hiiiitctor of Cutlumi. eOyfcUisTorile.. VeoKnti, Mayor. I Tax As fycor Clhoclei\ ,
{t 'Jlronton. Judge U. 8, ('ourt'Northern '!''' /, raid! Siiell) } .n, which al this time L ,TaxC'olIcctorN, Sale, Attest fc January lt. 1853.: ..4

.listricA Florid:: office in the Court *Mouse. our Uivers turn Forests abound. Two or virtue of the AI. R. AsDEEtr. Clerk.A" **
vested in .
'BY power me by law I
Clerk; U. b. e' url, office jathe j -
G.l&Fairoaakgi moru lli-uicr.s, sporting; exclusively Mir this expose for sale before the Court Honest i in Ordinance for the .} I Tax Collectors &/ f.
I 'House.
/ (jJourt t llot"'"c. Palatkn nn/ he first Monday I of July next the follow White Persons Assembled viripe of the newer vesteil in nt W law I
*' Dei lg; :Iitrtltal. ,.i'ttrtt.: I.- 2citrtAiur I oilict i in liiusc. Carringcsl'ortics Guns Fishing ink described property ors;
I ,: It' ourtlluurr" Tackles, Ututs for gX Lusio!',&c. the state Dnl county ta.tr2.and. necesatyexpcusesdu e Pilaika. the first Monday of July nrxttblfolar( :!
JUSTICES OF THE f. .PEACE., Very Kespeeifiillv, llrereon.to wit. Le it Ordained by the Mayor and Cr uncH of the ins described property ur su much tbeiroTas war(
,. ] : \ I j City] of M. Augustine That from and after the
I ... ., Reuben l't'nkham-J'fic, ut.. Iris residence South l',tLUI'1tIETRESS. 2911 acres one half 2J and the other half3d rate this Ordinance,if shall passingof knowingly pay the state and County taxr lOll oecesnav u., "
II I f t. Vraucis : land double taxed any pawnor persons due 1Grrrunto'wit. e
r S Barracks. [ --r Drained to the Heirs of William be concerned ptrnses -
t engaged or in vociferative noise
,{ s.. r Ir; .pfLityt} ,' Notary. 1 IVHicoCice. t in, I'ti ht,' Court.. I I N. G.-It 141 the ,'bb of the Prop I'antomnndadt erti d for nonpayment of taxes for the selling spirituous liquors or any other act having animmediate OCO acres 3d rate hnd.granted to FnacwJlklT

i Blouse: rid ri"!' thatlhe.SvrraiiUatlaclicdl year !852 bring section 37 39 and 40,private surveys r tendency to disturb or cause a disturbance nrd. double( tn-sed and advrrt)9eifior) nonpaymralsf'

iI \ I I" : .' CITY OFFICERS.iyor : Ihu HoiiMiHliuiildbu civil, attest in township 9 range 25 and 26 aril bounded' Nonh I of A congregation of white persons nseiubled for the lazes for seer year 18wr being in towiivfeip I) nett
I iI
i _Otd Huntpbi'eyi. i!' ) livc. and obllIII; ;. by public lands and'a rant of Thomas Forbes' Heirs purpose of divine, worship at a cVrcfc orchapt-I in the :GhuunJ'-d' North. South-and West byprbl>Gibedr'East :

I r !. on the/South. by public lands, oil the East: by public City such if a white shall be lined by the R'urr St. Johns. %' *
} ;
: \ uct'Au ea person person not
,I e Pant ttor A'IIG" I A MAUAZUNE OP' PURE: MORALS. land and grant of the Heirs 01"Thomas Forbes and ou i less than five dollars norinore than twentyif a colored Unless taxes an J expenses are pal, before Jay e
V AUermeii.i { the U'-st by public [lands. '
1 i the otlender hall!{ be tined I
I). ,. i' it. f person a* aforesaid ;
h :Uld I'l{ Utin*. J i!1{ \ SOiVsTl,\ I F.JCT Unless taxes and expenses are paiJ*before day of p : or whipped not exceeding thirty stripes or imprisoned r R. T. &OY.D.1Mrifl'Ulhx-oB trl t.Palatb. .
Cifrk of the C/f* Council. A. B. I'actt.y. olficcat The Hest and Cheapest Indies' sale. : t not exceeding one week with cued at the discretion ot | Tax A irrstsoauJColkcturt.c.' .
.1Iagaiue..aJ R T BOYOUhnfTanclex-off. the Januaty 1st. J6M. .d
i Ia'or.nnd Council and that the Marshall
h th I J A tEWLU) t of this popular penodioil wit! .
City 'Martltttl nd' Clerk 'of the Mmtet, John 'I. ax Assessor and Collector r c Afayor or Alderman shall attend to aU complaints 1
C'Miimence with the Januat: number for l Ic53. which P"Iatka.JnmIlJrY I eat t. 1&53. arrest such/oOender, : Tax Collectors Half. ".
.' ;,I I' 1 i will lie ready by the eat of December, auJ will be litemutt .
That all the Y virtue of for vested ia i law
convictions; power |t11
1 I Ig Ii upon person nr persons convicted I m*by -
WAI/D.BNS./ tajitib jmlliihed.The
1' f.QRT eter Tax
r'" Cullcctur'sSatlc.Y shall remain imprisoned or committed until ibe shall expose fur tale before for Court 4 ftM'

.I /'. C. Zytitra.. Charles Ilaageit.Jut.. E. Pviiiflr.Andrru. only Original ITIagarJnc.Iliis >h virtue of the power vested in me'by' law Ishall 'fine awl costs are paid or fat!fitd. in Pilaika. on the feral Monday of Jtfly. next, tS|

I ;! 0 ::4'''. is now the only Magazine that gin-s original: l expose for sale before the Court llmi-e in ,Passed" in Council .March 10th 1853. I following ile cribedi; properly or au.much theirs(,ai

Ii Il l ]f\"y: .. ,' ;ItUC IONIrf. articles fxelmitely: Mr. Ann :. Stephens the ed PaiaiLa, on the first Monday of July next the flowing G. 1JU31Pllrt.l'S.llogor will pay be( stale antl couuty lairs and ,nrcMexpenses I'
Ij i 'II f itornnd"nil the beet American writers, are regular described property or t-o much thereof as will pity Attest due lltrrron, Iu tau i .

j i I I -.'f.C/triiefF.P.Ferreiraaad V"/ t | J., A.* StrUclia." coutr biJlorf' More thrilling stories, tides and iio v- the stale and county and necessary expenses Jue 1\. B. ,.ICrrTr. 2000 acres 34 tate kind granted. J 4n Broth
I! I : I; -: Ti i sit( have appeared' in this periodical in the 'last ten thereon, to wit. 1 r r w ** and double taxetl *i ndveninrtl rW itttayuyur.atirl.

I ; "'. ? .,. MERCHANTS.'Andre : years, than in all the othertjmt together. The lone 204 acres 3d ratr land double taxed granted to John An Ordinance' to raise A revenue ip meet the current lax C>r the jfjtt 1852 brine session all' gal'

1f *.: Dealrr'iVpiapie t and Fancy Dri; Is that of the highest moral purity, so that every family Middlelon, brio<* section 40, private surveys_ in township espencrs of the City, fur the year 1853 and for i South half of a .unu acre tract lyiiig ifv i IOWalI.itji

,,-.< ,crckrpr,, Cebrgouod"I'icoldta'slrceu. ilar- { where there are daughter, should have it. 1sertptspatterot :- d range 27, and bounded on all sides by public the e ling8$1101rn of the City; debt. fll/'ge 27. '11&" whole tract U Iad..l Ied ur aQY ,
11' tl S.]aart.. u for embroidery,and everything useful l lands. Le it OrdttiueJ by the '51 ay or alt" AlJermrn of by rubta landf.lnte f .

i// i \ flu itizame & Howk-iCorner, of St. George .to the seer, appear monthly Unless lairs and expenses. .are paid before taT! of the City of ':t. Dgostjne, in Cniirici! "etHjvenrd: luxes r1Ad 1 expenses aresate. 'before .y< .

i.I ;{1 : /tnd 'ifrearuty Lanp. Colored Fashion hero 01"1,. sale. That TnX of one-right of one rT cent be* and A'It.

.I I .' : CIA rourh ..'t.rr. Wholesale and Retail, dealer :'No other ;M :azine.now. gives colored steel 1 fashion! R. T. UUYD st'l"rifrnn,' ex off I' the saute is hereby directed tr> be imposed fo- the l T nOYD..brril'and t .,1t

I { ;r 4ol lir.jt quMlity iartjjly' Uropenes-oi ui: Kinu, i i-1 plates as |this Burs Full I letier-prt-s? Oescriplions n c- Tax Asseserrand. CullrttutPC. year Id53furikr( purposes aforesaid) on the talneof TaX Arnrssor.aAdCulrCnit.{ ( site
+ :'; ;' U iorsj&c.t No. 3 East side Charlotte Street, North j !company, each monthly plate. ThU fist ill fact, the PaIn lb.January 1st, If 53. nil Real' Estate: nituaied IUd lying within ii> Palatka Jianr.uyl.r. It ;3.. 4s

;i I .L. uf Ih "'.uthUquAI', ex-book of fashion. and indispensable fo all who Chartered limits of the raid City-nnd the following :

i'I! (t .'Ie fit/ft, i/erfjer) in Staple ,and Fancy Dry would know lion fy dress 'ranlly..t rcagontical 1 Tax CoIIecto N Sale.By persons (to,suit) Frederick C. Humphreys End Alhertu Tax Udleclttts :lIlt. .:1By
1.1 i aooJVetit side of Chnrlolte bier}-1"; a. few door It enable tterff,My to fie her sort drestmnlftr.Itgnificdit Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I D. Ifugrto.-ors appointed assessor' to determine virtue of slit ,power retied in me by Ufe ,1

.:t Unlt'.rfTred.urY' tUlle: ? : ( Iflvxzotinfs and l expose fur sale before ih- Court House nt the value of said deal Estate and lix the basis )') foresee before the Court I'Mwe 1 ii

t" &t .; .If. \lV'kt,,,,,. Wholesale and Retail dealer oilier JCngravin,,. : Alellunville on the Ire Monday of July[ l 18.)3. the (i.l. upon which said tax shall" be levied aDd it A here I'illt.ka,fll'1! the final Monday of July 'arst.lb.. tul+
olUr Goods and Uro..". Grocery 'nore' on the Irwin g described : by further flrInlnhllhat i 4 r tax imposed by this Or l tlescnbrd
propelty or eo much ll: F r':rs/ur 3 floor lof I "the City Hotel-Dry Goods Su.re< The mezzotints and steel engravings one of which pay the Slate and county axes and the durance shall be collected in tie same pjnnner, nnJ pay the stale snit county taxes soil tipeuses +
'., +i I''2',1, < hJr ;>tie street,- #Howard'* Building.S. <\. at leust.apnenr' in every number, are unrivalled fur | doe thl'reon.lo wit:. 'ary.e'.t.11t'1If1eS under ihe same regulation as are prornj-tl and {in- tine thereon, to wit. netyjudiy -

I ; t JIi.CI! $( JV" '1'iukham. Dealers/in, Fnncy beamy. In illu lraiioii#, as well as reading matter, 3000 of land force 'relation to the collection! City taxe' levied A piece of nnJ in the Town of Pulaika krertnK
I acres situated! < i
I la
;indeed this Magazine is without near we Creek
l .1 j jJooJ( i, &.C. oo|>ostte the Planters Hotel on Cabs an equal. In fact.tint upon other descriptions of properly. designated the
belonging the Estate aid Town Block N
of as
it the only illustrated lh aslue George Atkinson map .
tlrecouu Parsed
) IiIJt'O lhilottutrel'l. ; c ry by the Council 19 January '853. .->
2. bounded Ens .
i jij 4 1'1 >.* Bfuet: Dea'eriu' Groceries! Provisions. ;. &c.l which hat ttcadily increased in cir clarion err r.y Unless taxes and expends are paid before day of r t. 11U,11P11CEYSDlayor. South by inaHts'rert.by.and North West b13d strert.
r I. corner of Curia and sJ'*. George streci.F. year which proves how superior it ts; sale. ELIJAH WATSON AttestM. used be owned oy 01.whliloaJlr"
lo by Vaudenburff tJilen JL holltas.
I ::1' If. qd"eVaucil: maker and Jeweler on Term*-.Chenpi'st off .\II. Slirriff.nnd 1'0.1 Co".' 'or.o.c. R. :prt. Clerk. Unless taxes and

I ij -:' eorge set:nearlr opposite ollice'of Dr.' Peck. One copy for jme year. :dollur ; for three copies 5 Enterprise.Orange County Dec. 25, J t 5:. : expenses are paid brforc t bysale. tI

rat, Nau J'1. t rb'Ierui Boots, Shoes, Cups I dollars! for live copies 7 dollars and fifty centa I'AB1L1''YSF.CUh1TYI'EL1'ETU11 I R. T. BOYD/suerSfTana ex-ofl!

I : i flu,,nd' pry Goodn. etui'side of Chnrlottee r tires., for eight copies 10 dollars ; fur sisters copies 20 dolor l'; Tax, Collector's Sale. $000.000. Tax Ayryor and Collector r.; C. .

I ti'{ cornel; J anrt.neAudita.. tailor Charlotte! street ilMlUMSFORCLynS.-To repay peifonsget.iog shall expose for sale before the Court house in ;
) V V hear t Ie Fort. h up L'lulu the fallowing splendid Premiums will j I'nlatka.on the first ]Monday July next r" th..Jonowdt'8Cr Tax Collector* tiek. ,;
John Utitta. Boot' '. maker Charlotte' street near lu>? given :-For a club of ihree or five, a premium btI.ropt"rly.or so much thereof ns will pay' the YORKNO.35Vl.LSI",
r l virtue of the
the'C IV Hotel. plate, 1G by 24 ;inches--a magnificent ,offer. rur a stale and county taxes and the necessary expenses doe 1 *ET Fund.NoY.ltI8.S900.- By ower vented in me byliw tn
All hgef Nelligao-rCabinet Maker, Charlotte thereon, to wit. OOO.secu'e'y' i.vtteJ Res expose forsnle before the Court flow lit
; club of eight a copy of Magazine,, fur' 1P52For lJorl: ; 4
street b Jo'w'Temperance! Hall. fDJttolo on real I estate in this city and Brooklyn, stocks l'ilaak., the&first Monday ol Jnly rezttlrfullrsr.
a club of sixteen an extra copy for Id53and 1G2 acres third rate land oil Ill
a to II. S.
pre- grant Dex: ofthe State and ; of New ing described er so much thereof will "
Qliteroi. 3lack Smith and Gun Smith, minlll plate in addition. ter double taxed and l adveiti ed for City York and United property a* Jp
North oY nonpayment or States Go't romen,. the stale and county .foxes andr uptw.
If V Pour tin Gate the City. AdJrl'St'd.IOst.paid.lo taxes for the year lt53* beio ln I 12 necesbary
: township
ran rr due thereon, wit.
This fund is to
s raoidly increasing by a widely
CHARLES J. PKTFRSON: 2b. bounded North East and West ezt rn.
I Dialing, Jilt9. Lijnort and Eefrethmenlt. by No, !18! Chestnut Street Philadelphia.TOIjlttGtt .' and South by the River St. Johns. by public lauds ded and pro!&, .ous business. A piece of land in the Town of Palatka knows er
F. Bri4irri; Ci.y Hotel. ; The Company declnre' n dividend ol profits of:fif designated on a map or pint of said town as the' North

Philip Gome (Retailer of Liquors, Refreshments PI.,1t1 't'Lk f Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of ty-two per cent on all existing policies on the 31st half of' Block No. 23. bounded South by the Sort.

K .c.' Charlotte street, oppwjite iJridiet'a' Bowliugllote sale. of January 1848.'II halrur said! Deck, Last by 2d slrrrt.street. W"lIIb4
.. .
'AUfi". Valuable Tf-acl of Lu..llur Sale R. T. BOYD Sheriffand ex officio the ProHtn divided North by main street, owned by the kin i J
I fin HP.: lt1It' I Tax arc ainoiig
Assessor and J.
[ -- lulswbcr as Agent ol several owners Collector r. c. the I us tired. Phillips.
4' 'I JL offers for sale some of the valuable Palatka. January 1rt.,1853. Unless taws and before tlalol
c' $r OEOFC., 10 East Florida, 10 wit : ,. most lauds J The pre. iumsare payable in cash annually se ra- sale. expenses are paid

QI1 9jt\9 PicoUtatNil. ., SIne.1 BriJier's. City, 80,0 acres valuable hammock land, West ofFlemngton -' V Tux Collector's Sale deferred annually, or quarter'y. inteiest being added oa the R.T. BOYD. sheriffand e*.oiL -

.. known as the Gibbs Lapels Marion Co., BY.yirtu> of the power tested in me'bllaw 1in cash payments.The Tax tneseurand Collector. tM'
: \ *' 1100 acres near the Alachua" Savanna, known as foi sate' before the Court House cures to the'pripcit'e for adopted whose by this Company le- Palatka.! January ht, 153.r 1
: parties becefit be
# : plpCIIE3.JomM i| he Carey Grant. Pajitka.on the first Monday of July next the'oUowing JoauraucesareefiVcteil -.

,I.fttc; CAM r.1. Norll\side JJonumen 1 1,400 acres I f.j San Felasco Hammock near New described property' or so much thereof as will pay subjecting them, the tG w'uole the of 'be( ,advantagen, with oat Tax Collector' Sale
nansville. known as the Lawtoq !,ands. the stale aqd and bte'r drawback of coca oa J
"' county taxes necessary expenses due lated premium notes. V B virtue of the power rested fa art I/ I1

/tar ., 'c. pue9falCJctreKt ;iSflth sJe? ,'Noaumeaj square.i Several thousand. acres good, and in the Ar re- thereon,to wit. .Persons may effect Insurance on their' lives expos, for sale before the Coo If9* ,
,I i V- M0a "8L .(.fur dondoGrant. t .; ? ,,:".':? ,, .799 .3d land granted own P.latknop the first "
V "Pit.liiilfh'C.atrU. !, : tI .street. acres rale to the Heirs of and the lives of o:btr.. AmaHed MoBday-of,wxr.t&f
t \ ,( | ''f >.! ,f' ,' ; :I.. oj 7000 acres on Halifax Ricer South of SI. An- Thomas Fitch and advertised for woman CAll lox : '
{ 4 ; gustlne.knowo the Balow ponpayment of taxes care t e.-'re' pf 54t Suebhadtbr venfifits'or .I1Jcb., >noa' f&JS?& .It.
{ MtlMdisi'EpUctjMt Ckrth.. St.. Geort. .' trees' as Plantation having 800acres for the year 1852);being section 42'of private surveys i secure Jl/y'law for;.e exfcJosive ste'af5etielfote\ 'ui t rrai :
of suitable
aear'ibe Magnolia loins open land for cane apd cotton., in I .benoOD.-II w..; '
o' township 12 range 26 and bounded North by drcn. r '
t d.i., : And several other bodies of hammock land on Ilichael Crosb)'.grant.:outhbYthrOcklewabaR iv- Clergymen and all oib/rs dependent sala 394O sierra 3d rale hia&.1yIitr .oiub.

TERMS. OP. COUIL'P. EASTERN. CIR. ;UIT nuigableYQIt'J1I.The titles undoubted er;.East by the River St. Johns and West by grant of sea are specially JovUeu ro r rail themselves upon of raago 26 boarded Nonb'b,pabUc bads Soak t
and a Tea
are low
-Apply Michael East the River St. West the EM;
OF FLORIDA. / Crosby source \vbe* .heirlurrlf by Jobaa and by
e"l DlfamiJee
be secured
GEO. 'AItl
to. 1C. .f [ {-\NKS. mal
srfttHa TCCM. Feb 2S. ISa? St. Augustirj-Florida. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of rom the evils of penury, viding Marion and Putnam Couaiy. IIIlle. II
sale. Unless taxes and piid before ilsf
Pamphlets 'lanlttor of theprinc-ples Mutual expenses are
FortlseCujntirrofOrtlageanJStLucie Mel : .
i I jannlleYou tees first Tue;,day iu April; in each and I School Book R.-T. BOYD ahrriianJ( eoff forms'Life Iosurn&eanuillusl'' ,ating im advantages ntheot R T BOYD. Sheriffand' ex-oft .
ereryyeir.For lgnaJlh) and 4'as.' Wpodhride" do Tax Assessor and Collector r. c, ofapplimtion.may be obtained at the V
OJllr.- the Tax Assessor and Collector f c
I Palatka, Jan. 1st, 1853. Company, 35 Wallst., orof of
I ql;, 'I. the County of Humpter: \damJViUt'oll the ; Peter Parleys do, Smiths new Gram I _! *- any agents.TRUSTEES. i. Pa1atka.lnunry 1st, 1853.
ma'r.Olnt8 history of the United States, V'eSst _
second. TMon'Jsy in April iu ,each onJ .
every year. NTTUITION.
speller and dd ut"r. Walker's .li'ainrlltCy.! MUtheni Jos B Collins David C Golden. Razors Brnthe &c.,
For,.the county of Putnam,at Pilaika,third Tuesday claw book.erimsJiaw history of Greece,do do of Rome, 'rUE Subscriber at the request of many of his! Win J Hyslop. Alfred Edwards Wale &
Iill rich prepanUoo..
ad Ink with
) }Inp a retry year. do do of R II
United States en lit>h reader pictorial i pre- been induced to undertake the tuition McCurvni Betts Indeliblo Sat *. For',the county of\lfrionA1' Ocaaourlh..! Monday ling book do primmer do reader school l 'reader da- of a limited number of Pupils. lie therefore con> :Ered 'Winston Joseph Blunt. Razors set ready shaving* w
.of April.. ,-, bolls arithmetic, dates leaJ pencils, ink letter paper, templates opening School on Wednesday the first C W Faber, Isaac G Pearson brushes Cutlery boxes Scissors combs, ,hair brvshef steel kirinp I !

For the county 01( Alachtta t ot Newnanjville, wafers, quills steel pens, note paper toy books { 1 prst MooJajr m May. '" C. k.. CARD as a law office by W. A. Forward, Esq., adjoining TheoSedgwick, Wm Moore >tweezers, cork sctews, patent { twia*.
the residence assorted steel fish lines, books,cottoa
March 2Cth 1853 of E. Stacy B pens
For the county cf Columbia, Alligator, on the Judge B. Gould. Collins Zebedee Cook, J 8. E. CMIL
He will
fteccnd Monday of May.tor teach all the Elementary; branches of an John II Swift, Jones Miller,
1,000; BOOK AGENTS,\ 'I'ED, I English EJucatioa4 y%Spelling, Reading John Wadsworth David A Feb. 26,1853. __ _
the, county vf )U4G.1t Nassau C. II.. oo theWednesday TO' SELL PICTORIAL AND OTHER | and Arithmetic. Writing S M Cornell Comstock
I. USEFUL Robert
before Shuyler Just B elved.BDY .
the fourth ,
.Mouday h i May: He will also Gouv
WORKS FOR TUB YEAR give instructions in the of M Wilkins{ James
1853. theory Sur- Chambers purr.
f'Jr the cc uaty of or Dural, Jacksonville.on,. the 61.000 DOLLARS A YEAR! veymg NUigaaioD.analItnsurna qn. John V L Pruyn Joseph Tnekennan. Hum, Cordials Essence Lemon ROM & Prpp F 2 I.
fourth Mpndiy May. TwasrER Fred ,
in of the United QciRTER.-.Forthe Elf'mt'DI41rllJraochel Moses II Grinnell, 1 cinnamon, gioge ,. ,
Fof the; CUCIT of St. John's, at St. Aujrusiine. on I .WANTED active every and county SCper quarter,half quarter in advance Charles Ell Wm J Bunker e.ttractJorl orange" musura. borII
enterprising men to engage thyme peach yeast powders
ID.Juoe., Surveying John C nutmeg *
e second AlonJsy &c. 3 Crnger Eugene Dlltilb'W.her
1 | in the sale of some of the best Books in Ihltuur extra. radish, &c.
oJ' capers
i picx.es
k I r4u., TTRL. tr,. To menf good address, pos ei>sing ,a Hours Surveying of tuition, separately pet quatlr.SC.00 Alfred Pell Joy Francis Lathrop, B.E.CAaI I. '
small ci pit si of from $25 to $100 such frotilto.;( 2 O'clock J 0 1'balc u,
For the crunties cf Orange and St. Lucie, ihird inducement: Feb. G. 1853. _
T.adty..before the first Monday in Novemier.fwhich will be oTered as to enable them to make from 3. .10y.0.1. 52. JAMES 11. COULD' JOSEPII B. COLLINS, President.. .

bribe ,year 1853, will be the 18th October to' 85'a day profit. --- ISAAC AunT, Secretary. Received by the Caroll 8.h aj.eora.oalh
O* The Books published by us are all useful lia :IlRE JOSEFH BLUNT, Counsellor. JUST kid nD t'd oilturpentine..il.moh1*'
their Slat G. R.
i before dM 1st, Monday in November (which tot the I tales character wherever extremely popular and command. and Hams Ddt Beef BacoD Pork Lard 16th.i Agent St. Augustine Fla. 'Yf P' honey.SUJIM, pork baCODba..11Hf'1cnekrr =
Urge offered. .
they thecae q starca.
.yew"J853,will be let of November v + IrAck.tnt choice familyfloargriam) i bread flour soap. caadles. -w
For (further particulars: address crack '
(rostJepnid), buckwheat tier fra, almondscurrants dtJOll.Ua. easaa, p
N Fir the county cf Sumpter, on the fourth 1Vednesdty1i ROBERT SKARS. PUBLISHER;- trine, of&e" gelatine' ,. com, starch. coffee" eas Billiard. Table Bud Ten Pin Alley rasionj.tobacco tatt6adltafbtooaa.
pepper segars.
"Noterober, twWch,'j' lor the. year, 1853 will" be, 181 William Street/New .Yoe k. 'k T the Magnolia Retreat, open throughout:t g washboards, pails, ba k u, e yh 4 e m a.<, gpst
M i the 23a "NoTPmber. '"' P--E.CARR.(
February. 5th, 1853. l\farrqI2tb'. '- V V Aday and En"nJ. ., &e. .r cAB.

l Y \ 1 V 1 NpT2D .tq i 8tf Sor 1I'RANDD. MsrfhI21b.; c

I : l .I\ 1
i "t \ j r

,. I, I i ) .
t I "'1f- -- --- --: .
I' .
.' -
\om. .. 1. ; -
.._..,;_. 7 ,. 00, +


{li,r Y iiaf rM .', ".- .,' _V_. ._'_ -_VV_ .V -' ___.'_ _-___ _. -- -'. .. -

I" .., I i