The ancient city
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 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: July 2, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00141

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T THE ANCIENT C1TT.: .' The Jude and the Landlady.roojf F. had succeeded in working the old lady to A Bull Fight, with amoral. Wiilohwas tho 'Gallt1e I\t." *-V :

y. IIJlUU&.D YXIEIoT, rat ROTE BOOK or A LAWYER. the highest pitch, when the Judge, in company 'Ralph' tells the following tale, in the Halifax 'Jease'slr! don't push so.' It was in endeavV ij

.. Y $ T v.n1 .Y" Among the members of tho bar, was young. with II. entered the"house. Nova Scotian.. It solves the long mooted question oring W euetrate the dense crowd that fiJI the

r'- who e itjantj smooth tux, soft! skinand Mrs. L.' observed the Judge with of'whjo pushed tho bull the bridge.' entrance and blocked(1 the a "
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', seQpjQ j oo -soe1t: ; lloet'hare You 9 ing-a coven. .o .., Here 6 11 .

f ea ,..arlir ''..b hat l bir 1air h ned. 'tho' effec 1 prA/!his ,IM;it.ur ,AUoY 'the 'ta"inlr nirto'yoa, njy forget'it, I'although I could not Have been more notniortLthan4 ten:years, tr_ iHe: r1ect.IJ" th,;,' ', .

t and StmTY-lSifB vJprri tor'each auWaiea. : peculiar physiognomy. In tys childhoii hel received young friend, Mr H} who intends to practice in! than eight years'of age at the lime, Jt happened wall on one side,'''and the crowd lie other,wa| "; it\ 'J. '

A deduction jrill U uaJ !lor BO an njury.on his head, from a scald. whichever our circuit in this wise : j< -- vainly endeavoring to extricate-hersel: I

r4 form* months. ,, prevented the growth of any hair on 'tho The old lady drew herself up to her full height Close by the school-houser very unpretending ', The person addressed paid no attention to the ,' :

\ tr: All advertlseiaeoti; & moat bt paid for before Raided spot, On every other part of his head, and, with a. countenance expressing the.utmost:: edifice it was-ran a deep and narrow river. entreaties of tho little one, hut rushed on. towards ,

ssd sateu bf j| egvlar customer. By refer his Eair was of the.most luxqriant growth. This indignation, replied,: Across'It had been thrown a high wooden,bridge, the dpor. '' ii'I

Molt terms, there uislte''" aura 1fta, be. nsperAdrertifeinenu blemish h,'wu always very .careful to conceal, ''Judge.T. you,arc the last person front whomI the hand.raIIfug"of which, tune, and the I, winds, 'Look.here/ exclaimed a man whosefearie apt t.

: 'iewtransniitted with theadvettbemeal. by combing his hair over j.1q} :. 'naked, place, and t should hayo expected such treatment You and tho weather had entirely destroyed. It was parel!, sturdy frame and, toil.''embrowned' hands t,

\ j 0' Mot parked with tbeVuraf l fastening it with a lady's comb. '1 : might, at least have spared me this insult in mown one bright summer day-. I remember it as if it contrasted.strongly with the delicatelygloved ; f

s, ;w iMfrtiona reqalred, wJl be ,continued, unljlMl But it must not bo inferred that 11. was feminine house' i ,<*!' ;, *->/: were but yesterday-the hour of npon bad arrived fingers, curling; lock, and expensive j brpadcloth' :: :

: a&t& charged (or.-t .,;*' MJ1. ? irj disposition., for. a more manly, gencrous' .carted ; 'Insult, Mrs, L. said. the Judge! writh greatest and a frolicsome romping, 'fun-loving of the former ..'Look here,'sir,.y u're jamming ,/ '

"'t t_ w Debipra nod Crr ?tort, t : : $7 00. good natured fellow n<*ver lived. lIe was'al- a tonishmcnt !That is tho eaningofall this?. of lads'were let loose for an.hour's recreaUod. .that gal's bqnnct tU tew smash with, them elbows, r': 1. _

kppfiutloD for Letters of ,.Adnulatrl\io1j.. {rg 00 full of fun and always' to enter into e company! or vourn.' / ., 4. : .
ways ready I am cntirely.unconscious. of having donfc any- The land on the opposite side of the J ., / "
:. pAil religions l10ltCCl wilt|, "e ioserteJ.jjrotui7 -' kind of joke that was going 'Cannot help that,' was the gruff = .. '
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.. on. ihing. to injure your feelings. river was owned bydiu>rcnt pc -solIud farmed : .response. 'I. 4 ;
.", ptlMf. Job ..' The landlady atoms 4.f our usual stopping Ypii are' indeed,' replied Slur hostess.', 'Do by them,. respectively. The bellowing androar- look to number one.' : i ., -, '? f ;
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/:: { ''. .paid paieUrewoftkawork. places on the circuit. wa$ a very precise, formal you],not regard it an insult to.a lady, to introduce "lug of two bulls, that had broken out of their 'You take cil.rcQ.D Qne. do yoqfr Wall t. ... :- ". ;' : ::
r. J\e IT' All tetter op busmen, ..communications if- WWOconsiderably pa.he prime of life, who' to b r.sul'h'a' worthless: creature as that. thing enclosures on each side /of the river. and were that's fair; 6p do I/ replied -honest countryman : t'', _,"

$ ,..- be rotr. ''ol0 receive atimtion. valued bersejf vcry.much he;,strict propriety? standing by you?' pointing to ,II. approaching each other, along the highway, at a i and with these words he took tthe girl in *v .. I :

of dpportmcnt, and the respectability r hou e. i Why, Mrs. L./ said the Judge, 'Mr. IL is one rate that would cause: them to greet about the his arms,'and. placing his broad shoulders againsi, _' t 1t

,-A rr R f It t U1 G1 tr 'itr ft. To do Mrs. Injustice, it!roust be admitted that her of the most respectable young men in our coun- centre of this high bridge, beneath which, at 'the sligbtform of- the la tter.he pushed bun through tiAn''e -, f ; ; '

'" '" -. ,.... ......- '"'" -.............- ... '.... ...... .. house was the most orderly, and the neatest in try.!' You certainly must liavc-r:,' same thirty ran a, deep feet, and sluggish stream, the crowd and do.'rr} the.steps, landing himirithELatherore .' )

JOT KETHE4T. its arrangements, of'any in.the circuit, '' Respectable, indeed 1 l' interrupted our land, between high banks, attracted our atten QD. haste.than.. di 't ,'in ,the $ $$1 bel '.,, v- : ,

1 lore. to eek 4 teat p--ihady pot But some of us thought that her extreme I lady, in a scornful and indignant mannner.' 'A The more daring of.us. gathered near th.e1: >ridge lowi: The,youiug ffcntlemm pick himsclt up-:', ; i!

\Vb 3.wear/ 10111. u.t'r- nicety of demeanor bordered rather on prudery, worthless huzzy dressed: in mer's clothes. And lining the fence, to see'the fight, and they were hqt 'rather intimidated; by the stout, fist of- the '/'' .
and the great pains she ;always :took to provide : stranger, and abashed by the laughter of the< '
Th,re autny sorrows teem forgot, : you, Judge Tto be travelling in company with not disappointed. Nearer and nearer approachedthe r Ii

And tire any. brain no more. for,the comfort of the Judge, who was a formal such a treature. I never would have believed it, proud, pawing combatants to each other, and i crowd, concluded it was about time for Jj him -to.. '. : i ',

old bachelor altogether had I not beheld it with my own eyes.' Bashan never produced two fiercer looking'brutes. go home. II} polite society the former wouldJbe*.:, '. ; :

There Jfoture wears farrbrantepaabnr! to the taste of some of the young members of I describe tore the courted and ..dmitell/'and. the Japghter overlooked v" ,
'My dear madamsaid, II., stepping forward than those now They ground -
And all her.mUt'a Hrt'Dtl' the bar who thpmselvcs well and but which the t7 "
thought equally as. their kneeled down despised; was gentleman ,
with feet occasionally
-thej ,
'. 'you are mistaken! -somo one must have have
c: or;heath the .k) expanse of blue ; entitle as the Judge to the kind oonsidc tiCU\, of been imposing trymg to gore the earth with their horns-they On a raw and, blustering day a few weeks :
Isibere lovelier upon
ccem t the landlady. Some ()thcrar,. therefore determined 'Don't dear madam you.me, you brazen faced trollop lashed their sides fiercely with thQir tails, but since, a young girl with a basket on her. arm, entered -a '- I
to indulge themselves !in a joke,'at the first' convenient one of our stores. After making a few t '}
Uenr ath,the laughing ripples ploy- ,' exclaimed the old !lady. 'How dare unobserved by each other, for the high bridge purchases
', at tho of tho : you she turned to leave. Two
AbuyehPprkliet!! ; opportunity! expense Judge come into my house Out of my house this mo- obstructed their view. Presently, as they simultaneously gentlemen f

Breathjn {Its sweet, melodious la jr, and the hostess. ment, impudent old*jade.' ascended he; respective abutments, stood in the door way, whose appearance indicated l'
Ofide down the rugged lull.tefc Tho appearance of II. on our circuit, suggesteda I 'Surely, Mrs. L.,' said the Judge, cndcavoing they came in full sight of each other. The roar that they thought themselves. 'considerable it '

convenient opportunity for playing! off the long mutual tremendous. not more'-whose soft sleek coats, and delicate \,
'I oil to stop this torrent of abuse 'there is a strange was and actually\ Every
Yspn'a Ufa M '
; contemplated prank; .. i mistake about this I that areenttielylniataLeanyear"a urchin sprang into the field and ran; but gatherwere bands. were. apnarcnUy of ajjqnt the i qte 'iu1i iJt ,, t
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circuit no scruples "were entertained on his account titth : .
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In levrf cbrag tag scene. gentleman is'well known to all the members of l
1 both of them front, their horns locked, ,they\pproacbed, the young girl liertgted JDOo.: .J iM
Wu A. SLTEFCS. the bar. Mr. F., you are well acquainted with ,
We had been riding during the greater part ofa Mr. 1!. Where} is Mr. FT fighting M lull only can. ght. It seemed to be ment ; but seeing.no other way she politely requested '1

4 Snake t story. f cold, uncomfortable day, over an extensive The Judge looked around, but all had disappeared an even matcji. Now one would press back his them to stand asks They lastly moved ..;

' If e mast confess our aversion; to snakes; a feeling prairie, exposed; to a sharp, cutting wind :whenwe athe actors in this ludicrpus scene. opponent a few paces, and his adversary wouldbe a'few inches, barely allowing her space tQ pass, ', .

'l- engraftetj Irj us in our' early youth, and so far i approached within a few wiles of the house of As soon as we caw that matters were coming pressed back in tu1't'rhc\, struggle was hard, giving her a broad stare that brought? the cqloj to 'a j ji '

from ever smiling at them we have always ret Mrs. '.. whom we intended honoring with our i her check and the fire.. to her eye. ;
to a crisis' we all left tho room and going round was long, was savage.
i, yarded the with. feeling akin to extreme disMk company on that very night. another In stepping! upon the icy pavement, her foot i islipped i
the house placed ourselves in a position where we began to wl.ccl-in moment
{ yet we we'll allow that a broad grin cncir- F. and G/suggestcd that it would be better to They and in endeavoring to save herself her i
could hear all that going without danger I faced at right''' angles with the old
., dell oar phiz at the relation of a story connected ride ahead, and, giv'eMrs. L. timely warning of was on, any they were and creaked and rockedagain basket fell, and the wind scattered its contents! in, J ,
-, of discovered. which shook -
with a snake, told us by our friend 1'om : our approach, fin order that .she Might have bridge, every direction ,
'-' In the Mrs. L. insisted that the with their tramping and the effects of their rAt :
- 4 You toe.' sid he, 'we wcru encamped in the ample time to prepare: the supper, nnJ'tlule the meantime, this the two gentlemen burst into a loud, :

. t: the rrergUdes Florida, an4 the GCI1'leral and I Accessary preparation for stowing us away. : Judge and 11. should leave the house; terribl strife. laugh, and seemed to think ,jt vastly amusing. ;\

WtDt: o t to the edge of a skirt of timber, a s'sorthtasce This was at once acceded to by all, and F., B.j Not being able to find any one in their extremity It was the work of a single moment-one of 4 Let me assist youexchTm.cd a p'casant.voice, {
' and despairing of convincing her of the mis-: the beasts-I never could ,tell which of them did and a lad about sixteen whoso hands showed he. i ,
from the camp, to procure a couple of and myself offered ourselves as tho advance -4
I swfcehea for whips.' : bguat'tLD01 \ take she was laboring under, they mounted their, it-one of them, however, as if conscious, of this was accustomed to labor; and<< whose coarse, well

I *0 eralsaid I, do you hear anything.' untcd' fino horses, and going a rapi4' horses, and rode on to the next house. position, nvxde a desperate, a terrible lunge for patched coat indicated that he was' the child of t'

1 'Xo Tom/said'he. arrived jpn at the house. As soon as they departed, we returned to the want Ho pressed his antagonist backbackthere poverty, sprang forward. and ga.thered the articles ; .;;

t ,; 4 Jf tr" see notljtn neither f' .. we Our goon landlady received us in her usual stiff} house, and complimented the old lady on the resolution was but another step of planks=behind him I -presented the basket: with a smile that I ...
f and she had this .. lion and not-hing--back still further 1
*3To Tom,' be repeated sai 'n. i formal manner, and soon commenced makinginquiries spirit displayed on occa- between :. would have gra.c dadrmo; g:room, Whjch was r }
sion. he and over he went. Sucfca sight '
1 WfiH. 1 do then,' said; 'look over that clump about the! Judge, yf whose health and was the gentleman? t,, :

t pf weed*, and tell me, if that ain't the biggest speedy arrival we gave sat sfactory assurances. : As she now had successfully repelled this as- I never before saw, never again shall see-a bull Boys! you are all ambitious to be considered !

-- Hltf' you ever saw ?' Wo found as usual that 'the best bed in th6 sault upon her dignity, and the character of her 1 off a bridge, falling at least thirty feet, over arid gentlemen.rhat i is all very natural; but remem* i i,

house;;; by driving out the invaders, she scon became over. lie tamed once or twice, probably her that neither own nor 'parents'posi-i, 1 t'
TOBI, you're right, and we must capture him house and the best stall i in the stable, were ref your you I 1
restored to her usual equinimity. She rd- thought he turned over fifty tunes, there seemed tion life tailor boot-black f
a feet Mi acclamation. served for the judge. io your your nor your E 14

'$& sooner said than done,' said: I, and after 'Mrs. L.'.observed F., I in a very serious manner, II pcatedly declared, during the evening, that nothing so many horns, and feet, and tails flying throughthe barber, can make you one. Th* true gentleman I I .
but her would have convinced her air-but down he went] the water."as deep, tho social I t
wfnt 'how long have you been acquainted with the own eyes is the sam evcrywhere nat only a.t '

8t Ur oeiled op rather gracefully. ui tho sun ; lion, Judge T.' such washer esteem ,for tide character of Judge I and he disappeared.The party or ball, but i in.th. $noisy mill, the busy. shop .i 1 l' t

be dMMtaetly win\'Cd lot i e. I Ever since he has,been In this circuit,' repliedour T. She declared that under the same circumstances other bull didn't laugh, merely because the crowded, assembly, at home or m the street : t

sieve we suggested adoubt8apmYriffFI hostess. she would have driven from the house bull i s. I suppose cannot; But we laughed. There Never oppressing the weak or ridiculing! the un? .

U. S. he" stood, looking directly* down i into the abyss and attentive ,to his I s'a
the President of the fortunate. Respectful su
took good aim at his Mrs. L. continued F., 'I have known you for yd
i N4 let far of spoiling! his genteel tegument, several years, and !have [always entertained a That night F. slept in the bed reserved far the below, into which he had hurled his unlucky' foe. periors' pleasing and affable to his equals careful. i ;'

**4 let Sy. Tho ball took effect exactly between high respect far you, and, I deem it my duty to Judge,,ancj\ regaled himself with many little deli He stood, however, but a moment, as if frightened and tender, of the feelings of- those. he may considt 1 '

the. eye and split him open clean to the apprise you of a I circumstance that may deeply cacies set apart for the especial use of his Honor. at the prospect before bun. .Ue commenced er beneath.lum.. .--.N'UhuJ 'r-T, gra1h. f' i'A
his head in
back back with
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.... and the of the In truth; we who remained were treated with i 1
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affect your character, standing: when in WATERLOO. YAKS.-Th.e.world been -
the same pugnacious attitude as I i
1e it a .001.: fnttrrupted we. house.' j! unusual attention. The Judge, who soon unravelled -back another' and over he too went on tening for years tq stories of Wftrterloq ; but.it I
-' but nothlBg extraordinary! Ink 'My character and the standing of my house? 1 ,the mistery, was fora short time very indig- justas would seem that like a, certain commodity long I f
.. ,_ . the opposite side of the bridge, performing
it but sensitive to he '
'tt : Why,what do you mean, Mr. F. Who has dared nant ; being very ridicule since familiar to our readers "there are'a few I
1' .111.' many and exactly as ludicrous: son erseta; as.
= I to anything against ba.racter. or the promised forgiveness!upon the condition that we left the \Individual'who
s1 i cay my his had done a minute before. It heat more of same JOrt.An .
up to bG fuO height:( ran standing of my!: house,1: should not tell the story upon the circuitII. all I adversary owned a,small tavern;, near; he (Tep.tfuT, field,'wasj ::.;' .
b. down of his that I know answered F;. 'but I ., however said it was too good to keep although ever saw. ,
i Into deepest recesses 'No one i In about five minutes both bulls were seen, frequently qaesUo.ne by fisitprs! fi> to whether ':;

**wui pockets,and compressing his lipa sternly want to put you on you guard. Mrs. L. I have he was the principle sufferer. their tails\ trails trailing in the' sand, dripping he did not possess some relics of the battle, and

"7.*Ullor a quarter of a minute,and said : my doubts whether Jndgo T. is the man you Our hostess was for a long time unappeasible, the banks as invariably and as honestly: answered in the ,
wet and scratching steep gravelly ,
*B had him to be. To to the point he is now but eventually was reconciled to us through the up and "one I
: t was eleven feet long, eighty-three take come ; each on his own side of the river. negative. But hews rlirJ.Poor 'day

3' ifaw en bM tall, and one button 1 traveling the circuit in company with a young meditation of a handsome 04. >silk dress. 'Them are lull wont nerer Jigbt no more T \Vhi1e'4me ting to a neighbor not only his pot- !. "

*0t what a make I'said 1 we, and we were next woman dressed in man's, clothes, whom he is it erty but the annoyance to which travellers sub 'i;
I around
EXTRAOKDIXARV FREAK OP NATURE.-Under said a boy bchin me. turned ; was r
If]'M risible five squares oft: passing off as a lawyer. lie calls her Mr. II., call him and jcctcd bun, his friend, t him short with : : ''I
Bob used to
.. this head, the public are continually entertainedby 'red-haired / as we ,
: and they will be here in a very few minutes.' Bobs naked head looked i if it "Well, make, one help the other, Mak.e soma / '*
hair as
A Ciuro&xu 'VIDOw.-Capt Saltwater says, descriptions: of the thousand and one, singular every on
\ 'Is it possible Cant be,,Mr. }. What! rolics!" :
** &. to affect a matrimonial charter re- productions of nature, such as eggs of extraordi- was in spasms. But Bobby was right 3
; essay Judge T. guilty of such. conduct !, Why, I have "But what can I dql" inquired the poor one. .
size within another fish There are two political parties hi Nova Scotia: if
,e ratted kit manner so discouraging that he don'tWere always regarded him as one of the most correct nary cue/egg fowls and "Tell them that:Napoleon or Wellington cama ,

hell ever be induced to try it over again. I know. It cannot be!' beasts, with '"duplicate" heads, feet &c. But I wish they had seen that fight as we saw itthatis to your shop during \l\ battle, and sat- down OQ r j'

Vtt captain being out of service for some months, men'\ou will soon see, madam, to your satisfaction.I among_all these, we 'have heard of nothing more all I have to say for the.present that chair?" l
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rMtived a passion for rather mYBtenOUS'/young mself heard extraordinary than a freak of nature which has Not long after an English tourist entered, and E
i could not belie"p it when I first Stage Coach Colloquy.
Mf boarding at the same hotel. Says the cap- of the affair. occurred, and still continues to occur, in this Traveler You. mentioned thai you lived at inquiring after, relics,heard the chair story. The ;f.; ,

fa*" I. neighborhood. A gentleman owning a consider chair was atone bought at an incredible i price.
Mr. F. remarked the tidow, with great earn- Buttermilk Falls-is that a copious stream?
'IfeTed her round from shop to shows
able, stock of cattle, informs us that for some The next comer was informed that Wellingtonhad
labia estness of mannerm Judge T. have the Stranger-Wel'i' it's not so. darned sco Pas ious
theatres churches and other of
places a" tumbler"was
years past, all his female calves exhibit the taken, a drink and the Welliegton.
and information at last when Ilit presumption to''enter my! house with such company you might think it was scopious. *
j 'If a i4} singular malformation-that of standing with the accordingly sold. The third "arrivals'! gazed
r Trateler Is the soil of that of the country -
things bad gone'bout far enough! I squar- ? proper leg backed, as their mothers are made to tart with breathless wonder at the pail,.on which

..l tjrjrarda, and said I,just as cool as a, powder 'Doubtless he will/ answered F., 'for they do to be milked. How is the to be accounted alluvial ? Bonaparte had "hung up his hat." The fourth ,

epPett layKftrn-. have been traveling together for the past three for ?-Cfteraic Gazette. Stranger W l ll, no 1nuv'ial it ajut soallfired. con- purchased the door post between. which he .
rye been thlngin I'd like to get spl'c- weeks But a short time ago, I heard him re- 04. .. as you might: think it was connuviaj, entered, and the fifth became the happy posr -

ri ':41 mark to this ypung woman, that he would take GIRLS, BEWARE!--Jean Paul thus cautions JrarrfeT What is the state of society. in your I sessor of the floor on. which he jb4 trodden At t
Sit MId she, as artless a turtle dove. her place '
in introducing to 'ou. :
great pleasure The fall the last advices the fortunate tavernkeeper
girls: young men on their
'JJ'I. I/* said, ''andif10u'veanotioD, why t J will let \\v\\ know young Stranger--Society Til tell you what 'tis .
'lie will-will hel \ ,
his head and
knees before you ; but remember, it is but as not a a roof to cover was seen sitting
t fc- Biiwdy to share luck with about that minister did have a society a '
andTdunnage indignation ; we
my exclaimed the widow, wilt} virtue s form-
the centre of
before the cavalry that bag of gold in a deep pit
infantry they con a
.....fn ,'that if eljas} no regardrfor hu pwn character, may spell ago, but the.president got drunk and' th
.IotU4JOrtottak back at f\rt\ but she t have ome for m DC. They shall not.i $>UyIfcrc. 'quer and kill; or as the hunter, who only on society bust up and since that we l v,'nt had ed by selling the dirt on. which th? house ht\11

fA it and saji ah;- .' landed knots takes aim at his .i.ctiD1.'I. no society. stood .

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JlttMiu and Turkcf.f Another use for Piiic Tree er,. It is true that the,present ad valorem tar- '! The Government and the Indians. h 01 .

4 The" Boston Trdteller publishes the following The following article from the New York Etc-. riff is unfavorable to silk making; the duty on the I A reliable authority in'Washington communicates AT a meeting of .ufJ-elehrUoJ-

Ji t e 'r'note from. a correspondent, at Constantinople, Wing }'OIt, acquaints us with a new and very important raw material i is fifteen percent.wbiJeon manufactured -I., the welcome intelligence'that the President the Court House AQgte be. =

;VUtcdlthe'J th of May which' the Traveller purpose to which pine wood may be pro- silks it i is but twenty-five per cent, with }has recently expressed his determination; to act a ,q Tu 'Tenig '
? says '
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I titably applied. great chances for fraudulent entries of the latter., promptly and energetically in the matter of the uuc, the objec of Witch Wag 3 \;
though ;it stains no news, confirms accounts Until lately the "pine barrens" of Georgia and In spite of this; however, there is no'doubt that removal of the remnant of Seminole? now remaining for the Celebration! of the t tke neQ t

"\ ,received from other sources and is worth copy Florida, as they are called, were thought not in some articles the Newport factory may even in the Peninsula of thif f" Stat The gallant JulY., Major Br r1.tY approhg Fourth 0;

j I .ing, as an authentic statement tr as presenting worth thp taxes levied upon"their owners. Two i now'successfully compete, and we have no doubt Harney, it i is thought, will! le despatched to Florida the Chur and ::\PL'A.3: tiThe

I ; i I the Tiews of an inielh'gent, observer one the of three years since*bun f r d, of thousands of that with more extensive machinery, and the improved if "his services elsewhere J can bo jiispenseil ) G. E .\ apPAf'd e t

+\ t fit I acred might have' beef purchased for five cents process which can hardly fail to i Le ,discovered with. The Go.cmmcnt'could make a better I l.Fry. S -

I, spot. :, an"acre in the 'lower portions of Georgia. In as the work advances, we may i in time selection for this difficult and delicate service. olject of the meeting -
t 'Co rsT4rT'cop.w May 18-The Turks have Florida none werq sold because of the exhorbitance endow our country with every branch of this Floridian tL Journal. I, C.\SO\A being stated nJ
: ,I Ssqr.; moved Hut '
:\ given a'negative answer to the Russian Ambassador of the government price, (dollar and a quarter beautiful industry. American sewing silk has, Committee
Gen. HAKXEY served 1 in this State the be
: on three joints-nimbly, the right to pro .) They were ,believed to be not worth hav- in a'great measure, excluded the foreign article during nrpmt to make arrangement,such reigt
I teethe Greeks of Turkey; the right of sanction ing; True, indeed, exactly such land? were set 1- from our market ; and no handkerchiefs or vest first war jvith the Seminoles and was ordered necessary the occasion } which- lotion\

R to the appointment of Greek Patriarch of ConstanUnopley ling in North Carolina at from five to ten dollars mgs can be better than those we have seen from away bef rc peace was; declared. We rememberonce earned; awl the Chair t1 Un

t '3:; andpie' right of having an Ecclesiastic : an acre for)he turpentine contained in their trees. Newport It has been a long struggle, marked: when he barely escipcd from the scalping mg named gentlemen app'p'9red, te t".
from Russia reside at the capital in connexion But ."every },(ly" Kiid'diat the pine 'trees' !in by disasters, to bring the silk manufacture: said' Comm>ri, tree: '
i with Ufa Patriarch and recognised, by the Porte.I Southern 'Georgia and Florwi would not yield up to this' point; with a justcr tariff it would 1 knife, at Caloosa-Hatchcc river, the Indians madea I n. CAXOV'A GEORGE J'y 4

\ 'f I The Ambassador Extraordinary ,(Menscliikcff) turpentine ; and what "every body" said was cf ,hare Wen done )'eaJ'S ngo and with buiA tithe' desperate attack on him and his command just TI0US T. Rl'gSELL PAt'hu 1.Z"

I. has withdrawn though he still lingers, they I pv, course true gr he;,d to be 50 until the incredulity of the difficulty; but whatever: the obstacles yeti' before day light Some time afterwards Gen. H AI- I ', GEORGE ,"
nt'BtiVnlcdere; and 'tlie Turkish Ministry isa of)Ir. Bemis led him to tot the t be with those TUASR DIE W.Y ; s
'1 cF.anged, hid Pasha being onc\ more hedid J few miles So th of Tallahassee, The result earnest that none are insurmountable -when the AIEJXDERATC RA3fox CL.OTA
1, ; er.Foreign Affairs. The amount or it all iii, proved "what every body said" tQ be false enterprise and ingenuity of our people attempt to as Indians on the cnemv. Several of the enemy motion, the meeting> then ajo .

{ \, that the English and French are supportii the Since that time large numbers have deserted oth overcome them.[Nino York Tribune were shot and'some' taken and hung to trees.- BEXJ. 4t. PUTNAM '.
Turks against the iiQp cnt demands of Russia, er occupations to dcvcto This seemed have struck them Cin"
themselves to; one, the punishment .. .to G. LLAMBUS .
I ,
; and for th ,, resent their policy pr vai& Many from c a } E Srelr. '
.. f return's which rite not fTcctcd by droughts, with terror rend several months, elapsed before "1
believe tbatfcwo 'may, $re long, see a Russian or caterpillars, .or frost In carrying it on, they THE ANCIENT CITY. The Committee# .
farce hcre/pijjf if that Wo they committed more outrage .
so fhajl'ancl&ibly fall find themselves able: to pay such prices': for iabo- f Arget a o-
1\ into i.fielRthands t at, least for the time .1lemg.j .-. rev,sas their neighbors engaged hi the lest lucrative + > [ p the above meeting of ; l&LrcspectfuUy 'w ,
t: j ,, The Freajph1 hiv'e a Urge fleet in the Ar'chincligb, employment of Cottp.1 growing, cannot'afford. The Duval'3Iilitia Claim '. to announce to the b '

and-tho hn1ish'hai6' 9.nf'st Malts{ but jfjtassiaSieve ""But, in our'own'State J he high price' and,incrga5ingdetnand We are Informed that the Governor has charged tlemen,of fit tAu, 'P', Let t
I" ,:, ) k d, L D.L..P fide mFlop
.a r- r as tjdoIst"tfJlthers ,; forJuinttr hU 1- .trT ; iJb J fcthf "
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t. rwaI- J
e. era h o tT ; riot '1efb- 'ttyttiw}ncccesfn ""ez: "ttn'f au To f punh < acIi3oTivfu uMd iattl+
f i w<(farq going to Jure 'war, 'The' Russians turpentine, 'i4 enhancing. the value or the !"pine, > _- Wing ,tle certificates ''issued by the General one at 1t) o'rilod
f must be given ,up tq blindness to brine it, on the barrens." The timber,cutters end lumber mills on Government the men of?Capts. Bush) Price, Julyj and the Declaration W 1,'

t'"l'r *surit' staVof th6 masses in Europe the Alatamaha and its tributaries are, we understand and SuTarrez' companies. }[r. Papy expects to read Iy Cot G. HCJIPHRSTS. < Intne.

.i 'j' ., r' doing a most lucrative business. be in,, Jacksonville oa Tuesday, the 'twelfth dad 17. S. DoXALro "

', j.cracd. E cs for 4 iarrboBUr I Then ve add to these facts the additional one, --'-.. ---- ---' -- of July next for the purpose mentioned, and if.necessary Iz. :h kindljr const tqr. \ :

;Ii A subscriber leas' handed us the following reme that in some of the counties below us-such as EQUALITY ilf FEDERAL. RIGHTS, \XD '.DETERMINED. at Palatka on Thursday, the 14th assist on the occasion 'it. entestlhmeatrand
: dies tor'thi4% Very prostrating disease. We know I.owndesl'are and Clinch, portions of these pine RF.sLr.\ccE TO' ALL WHO OFPOS TQF x. July. it u to b hoped the Ladies also
t I: 'nothing of Iheir efficacy: but give them,with the lard formerly believed to be valueless, are producing -- It i is probable that Col. Ilardce, who is charged assist, w

'.,., ,. hope'Uutffiey' may ,&eviate'the sufferings, of Sea Island l cotton-worth 30 or 4'0 cents with the duty of paying these certificates, will ALEX. AVICE '
". ; some. "1 .' f > : per pound:at the rate of a bale to two acres; we ST. AUGUSTINE, meet Mr. Papy at the times and places mentioned Seeretar y <

i\ :' 1st Take .a pint ol1 the best 4th proof Cognac need not wonder that they no longer "go begging Saturday, July 2nd, )1853.WE prepared to receive them, as we understand that July 1, 1853., Com of,.rNngelnl. .

: : i ,. Brandy --put into it as much grim-of Camphor as ip i ii the market" that officer is noin East Florida. -- -

I it will dUHolve-take ten drops of thil solution What additional value ns to'be given to pine ,We are .further informed that the certificates 'M ST. ArflcsfixE.' July 1st, 1853. '
and ten drops of Laudanum in a :.table'spoon-full I lands and forests by the discovery mentioned be ar;:: arc happy t
I 1! 1' 'of strobg' spice tea one dose'ever hour-this is low tip know not. The Post-no mean author our fdlow:, -cilizcit, the Rev. A. D.: PKLLICER. on with !n'without an interest, as there are express for Sir"Te \mDsmt

t .1 \ \ \\t the dose,for an adult-fOr, a child, |it ,should be ity,lattaches 1,much importance t? it Thursday last.; we regret to learn that his health. instructions not to deliver them except to" the celebrating. the 4th of l'l'ptuj request

\ ,somewhat less. '. As our railroad to the Florid:;line will pale for is impaired.; parties to whom they are made payable.. The your assistance in the,)Itic Department .
;' : l I'f in 1 Take; ti half-pint of?dapple.vinegar: the most part through a region'cf pines, we l look identity of the parties must bo made satisfactory for tliat day at. '10, o'clock'.\. 3t_I at the Court '
to the either his 1
I i: put With It| 09cf4'ble s .n-futl ; and stir1 til 1 i itisdfssojved/ calculated to enhance ilu-ir value, or that cf the knowledge of the cpplicant, or evidence presen '
half of Uiis'at
I one
+ I t 1 lands which LESLIE A. THOMPSON"at present one of the,A>?otcdF7oridu 1:;ptablican. R.. B.: C CANOVA,
upon they .Sir.
I th6 first doseIn three curs take'one-thir d grow.: fetrgian. .
.t' ciate Justices of the Supreme Court a candidate: : Citmmittet.To -
) : 'of theorem dodar,aba r n the, 4iourtrr; I f 4'/, -r" The city of Wilmington, N. C., i is now, for its for election fpr Chief Justice the State at. the Cuban flairs. Mr. W. S. Dox"LS:

\ Under Cither; prescripjtioij the patient's diet size, tile cheapest lighted city in the United States.s. approaching election in October next The- editor of the N. Y. Express! who- leas recently f -- '

j should be confine4 to 011ed'milk! thickened with The whole Apparatus, including mains, gasometer, ? v -been to Cuba, treats with derision, all the ST.: \rGC TIE July 1st, 1 85.'

l, '' "f'' ''flourand"little*pounded spice1. 'Of this cat often icj Cjst but $13,000. This includes their transportation FIRE.. stories that have recently been circulated in regard Gentlemen:-Your' note of invittion, of&Tj .

j : I :, ''about and but bloM-heat" la ngtl., The" milk should be taken' a t'and passage from of workmen.Philadelphia} By, with referenced, also, the Ure'pay s '\; ON Monday last the roof of'the house occupiedby to Spanish intrigues, and contemplated Cu date has been received,and in reply thereto I have "

I I : We repeat' tbajt) we.kn %w nothing of these rem- Chemical Dictionary,- a standard work: ,it will be Mr. GEORGE OLIVER, !in George Street, wa ,ban revolutions. He says: only to say, that it will afford me pIeict to

I ': 4 edie 'but' ink they may bo ;fCryi eAble.' W'j e found that a ton'of'coal 9 r thereabouts yields, discovered on fire, fortunately soon enough to be "There is unquestionably) considerable dis unite with you! and contribute my shre tV't

j c 'should t-ccomraend, however, that the be take n about'1Q.OOO cubic feet of gds This i is-after eight extinguished. content i'u Cuba and reason enough for it; owing festivities of the hallowed :and interesting occasion t
11. f. undeT'proner'medical'advice.-EdgejUld tutee bour distillation from the best selected I coal.- -; to the many causes, which we had pccaMon n in view. :
I "t',. ; By' actual experiments it has been found that a Otu mails we are happy to,say has }been to nume-atel3 an eye witness, while on the <
1 I cord of wood will produce 93,000 cubical fret of .Respectfully
island in the but
I' Spring'mqnths; property commanded
J. I delivered for the last two or three weeks -o h jtnonly -
It will be
ENCHANTED TEXAS. gas. perceived at once this rendersWOotI very high price*, when we were there, Your Obt Scrvt .
MorcTfjx is -They *
We underhand the and
I gas much cheaper. Besides It i is well early. Welnka
r r \hi 'gs imTcxas as well as wicked doin' a ascertained and especially property. Sugar estateswere W'S. UUS 1LU3U5.
I i strange fact, that wQoo-oils in the production Cotton are in fine order, after having latek undergone hijrh and there much '
was a greaterdemand Tq Members *
: 'The \'n account of a great natural curie,si- very of the Com.\
: ,, ty in,that pountry.is from the Texan Telegraph. of coal.light One arc as i to 3 in fciv<;r of ligneous oils over repairs tc.! ., which accounts for this pub- fur laborers and. good land with themthan of_\ra llcnL .f

'f1 This. singular,mountain, or'hill, is situated on the used is that reason that they h ve been so little lie benefit, and we arc authorized to say that they con'd be nppi! d. Hence, too, the constant .
\ head waters of the Sollec-a small l |Hlutary of they re/ titre to tic distilled from stimulus fcjr; the Flare trade, the importation of Correpfultnc: > of'the{ New Yuck Tribune.SOUTH
wood in boat the .
y StWATtwicLONs
to equal speed now running on
previous but this any .
I Colorado uge ; difficulty, it isMi Coolies, the rates of wages for labor exorbitant
the from
I abouteighty: miles B strop,innorthwestly'dlrcctioni i$: has beer iJ] obviated h' I FLORIDA. '
by a simple and J ,
I o
j' 1 | It'islabout' three hun- cheap rents, expense of living, all of which arc ery f
"' I apparatus, invented:and patented by Dr; McConncll. -4 .- -- much higher, than in the United States >
'dred foot high and kpp'ears to be'tn: enorrijous ovelJwk ; England, Salt-SugarCane-Arrow Root- '
) ;t yinSbcdded' in th'e'earth. When the This invcction places the use of 1 S within and Muskmelons are in France or almojt any part of Europe. The storyof Ddtp 4
F Van sh&es tb liga't is reflect from its polished tha reach of all rural villages, and will render abundance-we have eaten Watermelons from English; alliances in Cuba we most repeat Orangey --Lime*-Lemont-- Cvcoanutt *s'

VmrCfce asYrom'an Immense cjirror, and the whole,, every one, whq chooses |tq be so, i indepcient; | of our gardens five weeks since. Figs are ripening again i is a fiction. There is no more love for Applet-Gttaca--and other Tropical Fruip.
f."I1! companies fcr by, its means, they can man John Bull in Cuba Madrid, for this ,
than Government
or -- Kni '
itain with Wur. r
f clows such a dazzling radiance : "
l Yar2S.18.Qi.
ufactui a their own j ras aita mneh_chea&erlrati 'rapidly,',in a"few days.we*.will have. abundance, for the have ,
y-VyriJ > > > ** -- English recently JmmWed'tho The '
; t y ; ; climate of South Florida lidhe
#h Q f b of that delicious fruit adjacer.t
riItc4t applieVIby any company excessive pride of the Cubans more than all
ctt tC ur tf1' ia timbre to'gizeupcrit Keys, is unquestionably equal, if not
chartered 'Withio the United States. superior, to ,
This 4 ;
gas other have done this
people together. They
plmUaf wjihput! experiencing a painful sensation, has not the offensive smell of that produced oy rir BEEF is sold daily at our' which |
tq is felt when looking j genial uniformity of
upon coal' and temperature fur it't
the rising sun. The ascent of the hill is so very the can bo passed' directly from the retort cents per,pound, and four cents for choice pieccsit coat, and,, by constant and just reproaches I 'thcalth-resturiugardlife- ng uaHties bue

a {' gradual that persons can easily walk up to the 1 through without washers further purification.or condenser, to the gasometer is said that it equals in quality, the beef sold( grain the., local covernmcnt at Cuba and the! it mat Jot he ,a.+ generally kJ9wu q'or conceied;

I'', top; but tho rock is so smooth and slippery that Court at Madrid, for open and barefaced violations that this region is
I This discovery promises to field of i in Charleston! and Savannah for ten and, sixteen susceptible of producing, to in
11)i ) those that make alto attempt are compelled towear I I open a new of existing: treaty stipulations in regard to the almost indefinite extent various roductioiiS '
commerce; the"at amount of wood in 1u cents per.ponnlt )
pine \ stave, trade. We wish toY here also
moccasins or stockings instead of shoes. : articles of commercial value ana of
"I I .I This act, together with the name of the place! er Virginia value nntXotth Carolina: note consideredof <. --- United States never qu ht to b'e; without one firstclass : and which would largely!
no will tha .
into WITH augment
be'brought market 'for the TRADING tEGROES'.CJi'IIULOl'
Holy Mountain, reminds the visitant very forcibly vessel either U !ljr.mi or seine ope of the national wealth and administer the
of the at1 pnrpo e\f manufacturing, and the charcoal 1I special we were permitted an port of Cul,' Our is larger than tq comfort
,I command icido tq Moses Mount lion eb, left after destructive li r grace commerce and, support of,man. 'I will briefly notice
: ,!1 f' a 't'Puofr' thy shoes from off tliy \('." The for ( < tiUation will pay the whole! I examination of the volume of laws pasj.edb.y our that of other nation, and the (least nrotectcoj by of them. : some
t .C expanse jr.anuUcturing. Wool can be pur- 1 : the Federal Government'
nc8'rewmt this I hill with rslligiousvcne a- chc cd'in North Carolina and delivered at 15'il- I Legislature at its last fcc ion-there is soujc wa The facilities fQr fprsaft-raakin,hy solar evapora
:: tie\:"hd ndian pilgrims frequently aSl1 cmhle'fn"im ncc ,4. tion
on of the Florida
trig ton or Painlico Sound for artful to bo found'tbere and puny Ken, are not
1 the borders one dollar per legislation as Slight Iistakc.to surpa' -
:: remotest of the tribe to perform their cd'prohably
cord the in other
j If 1'jnim rites its summit.' ; transportation! ic., would nrt) bring i i liars heard the lawyers sometimes say in The Eufaula: Shitld any pgrtion of the
; upon q give following laughable world and it is "
beyond ; a surprising that
S _' __ the,cost up four dollars. 11 ood. ct free ftet these
1 11 dollars per cord, yields 98,000 cubic feet of gas; I courts, "i 7IOrr41 e of the laic exeunt no 1IJflr. it | account of the arrest of an United States Senator, facilities have been and are embraced to a very:

'! \ 'niking Eh e. j coal at six dollars pi r ton, only 10,000 cubic t cct. occurred to us, we might be pardonqd by attempting by some of the citizens of that place, who were limited pxtent Salt i is an article>prime necessi-

Ludicrous blunders' sometimes; pcpiir in cases An apparatus for ipanufuctufing wood pas can t to play the good Samaritan and publish"No. in pursuit of a home thief; : ty-of universal domestic ue, and upon the"

whore ignoitmt Ixraons attempt the ice of bo put up for one-seventh the cost of that for 61" as follows :- "For several quality depends the preservation of fish, flesh
language about'the meaning of which: they know I manufacturing coal It i is estimated that days IlE't, public attention in and so forth, and also the public hvqltlu There
pH. thecity I That it shall le ktrfallbr t these parts has: l lqn arrested harnl b i ll '
hothin ly by ,
I of New York m:;ht be lighted for one dollar i. any person is no commercial natioq that i is no regardless. of
i { Not oeg) since while,traveling from Pittsburgh {per thousand feet, and yield a handsome: profit to I "himself; ayent, tenant or glare, 1? fell or gire 1 headed in which!in i staring capitals 'Stop THE RO JCB,' the quality of its salt as our own, and we annually
if announced
was th&t
i to Cincinnati, two rather verdant specimens of the mrumfccturers advertiser, lose, in value, more
; whereas the city now "any Sjtirito+ or rinGtI: liquors, to any Tifgro"Irithin provisions by the use
pays in Pondtown
female board the boat 1 residing : Sumter County, Georgia, of foul salt than
sex catno
..be atone three dollars p'c"l.ho'us nd. We understand 1 would supply th*whole
t thata this State in any quantity. Any 1 had been robbed of horse country
who for the per- a and
of the landings, sake, of distinc : has Kpen in New York buggyall with the prime! article.
co'iipany projected
(n,'"'\Tnt tall \ry'and Jane.; W..11.. Porter, Esq.,,*q} son of Commodore Porter, by j "*w tiolatinq the prod
\ Now.= Mary hacj 'het eye.ecUl cut or,'in othworus ,for profitable employment}, of the patent" ,, J!*be subject to indictment! and -upon lout ction1' 1 of the supposed thief were minutely that the, quantjty made "hereabouts'* can be increased -
f described. XOit happened
crjrcgulatlohs, was'acquainted 1 with,, the rules and ."be jined not exceeding' one hundred dollars, or"imprisoned so that one day mdcfinitelyand that the salMnakin biisi-
which govern genteel society Jane, A Woun SKASOX. I shortlv .after the announcement aforesaid, there Hess can bc ;
is -Tho Philadelphia Inquirer tit : nwle very lucrative if. skiif uffy and
not three
exceeding the
(came along through the
the younger, had never mixed,in society to any has the western part of Ran i I I judiciously managed.
extent' Her language was such as pI tad heard fullptsinaThe : I "ilitcretion of the Court: Prodded, That tllliJ'U (dolph County? Georgia i hard by the Chhtta-1 i I The south portion of the peninsular of

among her rustic associates. Mary was aware strawberry, which is now at the heightof I .tee shun not bell] con-ttrued at forbid oitit- hoochee river, a horse, buggy and man, whose I from lampa Bay on the West Coast Florida
V>f this fact, and therefore cautioned her to observe its perfection in'our markets, if applied with a j "ersfrom stares ; appearance cqrresponded: precisely with the p titsmouth I t nflhr. St John's River 6n and the
gidrq their gun the East Coast
: how she Mary) acted, and, to govern herself brush tq tho teeth, will remove the tartar more tpiritous' or.. lished t descrlpt1oIfo add to these suspicious I 1 now so distinguished for Marine
; aceordin ly. effectually than' any denritice ever invented. I t nou, li'lll0T81.* circumstances, the man seemed disposed to avoid I'II and Indians: !h the disasters, swamps

Shortly 'after, while seated at the dinner table, Give it trial. One 'or 'twq strawberries, eaten in Our Grand Jury at the last term of the Court the usual l thoroughfares, and was known to have I t peculiarly susceptible, really; of region of the South,

the waiter asked Mary what part of the fowl she and the morning, } ill cleanse the mouth delightfully, I cerbii in. (like ourselves,) could not have knownof > inquired at various places Tor some near by-way varied and valuable productions producing It is the most
i Would have. She informed him,,in a polite with thek Application to( the teeth as recommended ,to specified }>oint It"a.i at once agreed byme ; of a region
law for '
very this ,- jf they had and followed their perpetual tlowtrs-the climate
manner, that it wai 'perfectly immaterial lIe ,give" a. delicious fragrance to the breath. sonic public spirited citizen that he could be n and the ,always *
rding1YrSave her a piece 1 and then inquiredbf --- ---. .. --- oaths ,they assuredly could have presented persons other than the guilty party, and a chase was forthwith and where vegetation the continuous and unceasing -

i Jane what part she ?coq d prefer. ,American Silk. for its daily violation in our City-who is comrncn( .-After a hot pursuit of several in the tropical fruits Rand !

0 4*ftrtir"H.I believe. fU take. /. a Y piece of-f the immaterial lthere Newport' Kentucky, opposite Cincinnati, there. in town" that does not know, that liquor is located miles, the and buggy it and.horse were found quietly ripen sugar cane grows greatest to a perfection.great height and Here size also,when the< ,4

: is an unpretending silk factory, which will hourly being q sold and given to negroes bond was ascertained that the supposed; planted on the poorest lands, and the season for
The wc& Old fallowed this declaration i is hereafter be memorable in tho histor of1 American antheft was no less a person than lIon. Robert its growth is months
free two
beyond tho 'pQwer pf pie pen to',describe. The industry. It i is carried on by |essrs Jones n? Toombs, who had just arrived at his plantation tin ; nq'frost to the longerthan in Louisiana

i : ftsscnb1e4 company were compelled to giro a & Wilson, employs some half-dozen or more lan While on this subject we will in the same pa Stewart County,from a visit lo his brother in Ran- house or win compel the plaater to ta be cat r-"

I ': t Spontaneous Vent to) their surcharged feelings i borers'with five loom, and some 'trno hundred I triotic spirif' give to our readers "No. 62." dolph. The enterprising pursuer*did notitisaid, in Louisiana agar to vest cane_ Ito, as iftflriw have '*' ,A

J peals of boisterous laughter; whilst the poor girl, and fifty spindles, consuming annually several i Whereas,; Urider tho existing law it is the wait to'see the elephant,'but hastily wi th4rerr, atd. crop cap} stand m:the field till the bntei'ready}? the ,
her vastisfied
fate''Iuft'udd with crimson blushes left the hundred weight raw silk. The that appearances are sometimes ." >
is I tonv.of many to to their tCcitf to and
persons give cqt grind it and, I
negroes ; can see no reason why
table declaring, as she fled from the cabin directed Wilson -
: ; by ijr. while Mr.
Jones written -
T last for
who permit to this of
one the
[or as portion
year usually peninsular of Florida must net
'They won't ketcl1 me on one of these is of tho Quaker Revolution In China
pesky persuasion, and is termed *
universally a order .
standing ] to buy spiritous li- eventually have shier ita srreat sbt'te- j
steamboats abain.tTat known a* Friend Jones, sells the products.- quors. And whereas, such The rebellion which commenced sbm.e( time Sweet -
negroes having stand oranges, of delicious flavor
are now
These are pocket handkerchiefs, cravats, vestings "ing orders at the places where is since in the Celestial,Empire, is assuming quiteas as far north ,
.', BRAVE LTTTLI Y.LSUE.-It happened i in.. and dress liquor sold, grown, as the vicinity of St Augustine
plain silk serious and
As far
MI I possible, "can and do buy liquor in formidable aspect It is and this
widow any quantity, and at beginning fine fruits is raised the :
177d'that the Keys
\ of
garden a lay between silk American upon .
ra.v i.s to attract the
growth used in the far "any time to distribute other attention; and excite the spccu- and in South Florida
the American and British camps in the neighbor but the negroes : The pineapple, which
tory of
; imported article has to be relied onto Therefore, latiQn surrounding nations, rind'tilueh interest barren
hood of New grows on soil and without is also
York, was frequently robbed at nl.keIlt care
a supply The raw silk raised !in is beginning to be felt to tho final j
ni ht.'' ner' mere SEC. 1. Be it fa., That from and after the as l result grown, and the cacoanut and other palms are, :
son, a loy, % and small for his Ohio, Indiana, and"Kentucky, when tolerable! passage The leader and guiding 1
age,'baying obtained ids mother's permUVKm to care is used ii i not surpassed by any in the world, of this Act it shall not be lawful ft>r any !i. said to be a lineal descendant spirit *the the revolutions produced here .in great perfection and beauty.i

find o'dtand cecdrelhp thief, in case he should return being equal'to the best Italian, (which i is all person to give to any negro or mulatto! a written Emperors: in the race of There are hundreds of the cocoanut trees on this j
consumed King
} dynasty and
I CO'nc aJeU hin>sdf with a gun among the in Europe,} and better than imported permit to purchase, at any one time, a quantity. to have been, for some ; moreover Island, in full bearing, and can no where be nisJ

weeds. Ai strapping Highlander, belonging to L into this 'rinntr}'. This i is owing to any advantages otspiritousligtiorsgreuter! thanoni quart, under tion of Dr. Gutzlaff. timer A' tinder the instruc ed,more successfully. The commercial value of f

the British grenadiers cunb and having tilled a of soil and climate*,.which imparts peculiar lustre the penalty of being indicted in' the'Circuit Court, striking feature in this most remakablc and the cocoanut may be inferred from the vast i
bag threw it over his shoulders the and on conviction thereof bp fined in hold( and daring movement quantity of Palm oil shipped from Africa
largo ; boy1then and strength of fibre, and cannot fail, in time to a sum not seems to be, that its l leader is -.
left covert; went behind more than twenty-five dollars less a sworn enemy cordage of the Chinese which is all'made
its softly him, make the United States one of the greatest silk- nor than ten to idolatry and in his ship?
cocked 1tia gun and called out to the TeIlow:- growing countries in the' world. For the 1 best dollars, at the discretion. i .,. of the Jury. people to,abandon, the proclamation, exhorts the from the busks--the fibres or husks are the best .

You are'm, prisoner; if you Attempt1oputyourbag naticc-rccc1! ilk they pay $5 to $3 50 per lb., SEC. 2. Tliat any person who shall sell, to any to worship the one living worship and true of God.idols, and filling for mattresses, sofas, !c., as it retains i its :,
down; I will shoot you dead ;' g forward in while the price of the best imported does not exceed negro or mulatto, spiritous liquors in quantities resident foreigners The pleasant odor and is a sure protection from all:

r that road"p Tlie boy kept close behind him> $I t CO.; ) Mr. Jones has been engaged in this greater than one quart under an order from any the rightful, heir to.generally the throne believe from him to b insects and the cocoanut pies and custards are. J

threatening, and was constantly prepared toexecute'hu enterprise setae eleven years, and has pursued i it person shall suffer the same penalty as is now ancestors we;'a driven the which proof that the fruit is delicious and valuable. X
by Tartar
4r I threats. Thus he drove him to the steadily thro.ugh} ,too discouragements incident (o prescribed by l law, against persons selling liquor and, on this well conquest The lime grows here, and without culture, .j
American'"chinPwere he was secured Whenth the beginning of a novel nmnuf ture. His means to negroes mulattoes: Prodded fioueter That Christian Account a as for hi avowed producing abundance of fruit in fourteen months

\ 'grenadier was at liberty to;throw down, his not allowing of great expansion, ho has himself the provisions of this Act shall not extend ,to or Tho Rev. 'Charles him from tho seed,and its agreeable acid is generally

W,'and s|iw who had made him prisoner, be pone about retailing his tjrares, "and enlisting ders sent by white ptrolll/or *ny quantity of the South Carolina Conference Taylor, a Missionary from preferred to that of the lemon, which also grows
t \ was extremely fortified, and exclaimed-'A' friends for the enterprise. At the same time, b liquorJor their own use. that writing i from that here. The guava, from which the "guavajelly"is -*

f I' A British grenadier made prisoner by such'a brat care and perseverance, the goods have been i im Y We have carried out our good intent a country stand'for, says the, all business and trade is at made, is grown here in any quantity-grapes,
: .by tfuch a br t!II'' The American officers were proved, until such of the articles as we have seen lished these laws and pub rebellion which present, in consequence of the plantains, bananas, tamarinds, figs gooseberry*

highly entertained by'tho adventure,''made,a collection l l- for solidity, evenness, weight, and lustre, would notice of, thus brought them to the revolution the b become a most fordbe and mulberry trees-indeed nearly all the tropical I-
1 for We boy, and gaVe him' several) po and:. compare favorably with the products of more la- those more interested,-it remains for pIe are in t present Government peo I. 'fruits are grown and can be increased to any

He returned fully satisfied for the losses hismother moue establishments. The demand is also large, Magistrates and Court to punish their violations should bey hot great trepidation, a is natural, they extent in South Florida.
had sustained. Tho soldier had sidearm particularly through the West t. and we see no -we have done Cur duty, and conclude here, nor,is there we the feel the most perfect security Another valuable production, and which must
:. *, but they were of no uw, as be could nott" reason why the business would not safely bear a tioning our by can slightest cause for alarm become of great commercial importance is, what
neighbors us for there
to beware
rid of his bag.r '. great extension and pay a good return to invest No.' 62..1t .. :Co. Cl and and among American are sever British, French the Indians call Coontee and from which the
,manned.-Yorltille well* arm?d and.L "Florida Arrow Root" is mad It i is allied to,
; I w Remedy ,the Sago-palm, and a plant some three feet high

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pup of pure fctarch, and lowing is copied from the Raleigh (N. C.) Register 'to forward to you a bottle of it.free.of charge,in answer 'to. iu supecority, I doubt not, to sound ad select IU. R Aiidrcq. : :

= .n--1taoqnt .u an article of a secularjournal. It ii a horrible transaction: to a I letter iulLnatjng your readaesa (t accept m3teri31s! ,nnd to that peculiarly accurate method of .

This plant! scorn lAltcrs were received here last week from it. istillatjon which leaves the heavier less volatile especially solicits} the .attention.of'itriendi < I *, ,

.freeo weated to grow in 41 ccrtian portion hyde, Tyrrell, and Beaufort counties, stating that luia now scarcely one year since I have prepared ssential oit.4, bolh of the barley and the Derry.bt'hind ,5I. # and the public in generelto his stock: ,: ,'

0 kiflwWi, or -- ri. I will explain: Washington Carrowsy a citizen ofliydecoun- an.1 l distributed my SCHIEDAM GIf exchii'ely 'for in the stijl. This nl. i is sufficient to account for the ol Ready ZHade ClothiqjJ suitable. the :< :"
liiediciui| within thnt li.if.period, I refined season ; a portion of which has been made up ia ,,;: i
immenac purposes; yet aroma of this above other gins but in fgard r
bun and
an basin one ty, some fifty years ofage, mnil' y ars a hve received numerous lei lent. Soth from phynciansnnJ ro he special qualiiea ofthe. Italian ; this city; and for style and durability of workman ', .
.4&.long by about ninety miles Iaptist ITcachcr lately, 0:1 sonic pre- oeny ship, is inferior to be found :
to market.
none .in :
ptitient*. testifying Iu is: really extraordinaryrflicJicy of which the manufacturer speaks in'his circular, I any ,, '
g the SoutU, text knocked chair and
on flfltIEAStyfl his wir down
with a in Gravel Incipient Ur )y.and atfrctions of hay no cnemiea The following comprUe a portion o(the stock :
knowledge, wherein its
jSeVrbB eI tertiary lime-stone ; on the West then seized a large stick and continued to beat nor lighter Black Drop Dee Frocks and'Sacks 'j
.tli:. Kidneys? and! -ladder generally ;also in DyspepticAlaladies oil ,WI\-rtllrolQ that of the Juniperua ; I 1 a
,, ."." Wffjf lAretjches along the Gulf coast from her, until a man named Laisitcr. who was boarding when taken,in proper quantities as a L>iet fiollh3 i : the purjs oil ol both polanyca to Ct1m1 the uln left$,and Linen Duck Drill and fancy Linen Frock and Sacks, : '

( Sable to tlip Carloosa Ilitcbcc river; in the house interfered to prevent her being Drink, nnd etpecin/ly/ at dinner ii found by uniform yields, with hydrochloric acid, a 'liquid camphor India Grass Silk and Brcwn Linen Sacks 'I !
North the Lake Okecchobce i is the murdcixL L Whereupon Crroway took his gun experience to be eminently efficacious in the most This acid being in {the stomach as a principal component lllack and Colored Alpaca Frocka and Sacks, .} :

'Ct i In high Wa.tCTI the Ki/KJmtc valley to shoot Lasiitcr, but ho disarmed him, and left 1 I #!>stinnt.en..s. when even the best of the usual remedies -. of the b'3stricjuice.probably creates this material Pans of Fancy.FrencU Caesimere, Black Doe 'SkioCas : "

4 L. CQ4ilUtl30fl of U e (tle8. The'su-i}) of the house. A 'few days afterward., Lnssiter have failed to afford more, than temporary relief, fioru the oil. and renders it the valuable difluiveMimulant >imere. B'aejc Drap Dele and Spring Tweed ,: ,

:11k the glades, and bounded by the Gulf chanced to go by the house, which stood near the :I and I hive no doubt that it would yield t-lnnlnr results for which it was.formerly and will proba- Ca&imere. Wh.te Duck Fancy Linen DrilL together ; :. :

: .. !d$I fifteen miles in average width public road, when Carroway, seeing him pass, I 'with precision and certainly in your own pru&4ioiialI1rrIence. LI,,nlafn be renowned.I \viih a large lot of Cotton Drill and duck pants, ,

: with DkMi yellow nine, and the soil took his gun and ran through his field to cut him : t' consequently regard Mr. Wolf "Schiedarn rot servants wear. I

'" bIrNIL 1hC same barren uniformity off; and, overtaking him in tlie savannah, shot I The Aromatic' Schiedam Schanpps ia.put up iiistrongboiilcs \iomatic :chnapp?' as a valuable accession to ocr Vests of 1ac Satin. mAck Barathea and Fancy .,:. "' ,

:.:;.M4k. this strip of land with occasional him dead; then took his victim and carried him pints nnd quart, -nty! covered nnJ pharmaceutical agt'nls.IrJ fay nothing of itstompjrative Silks, Fancy and While Marseilles. Figured and ;

fron Indian river to Cape Sable' and some Jialf mile into the swamp, threw him face labelled with my name embossed on the bottle, al>o, innocuousness to those who .use distilled Ii- Stripe Linen,. Also, a large Stock of furnishing :..
Goods, ruch Stocks Gloves '
v fac simile the label and : as SuspenJers.Cravnt -
seal ,
a ofmysigature on my lours as a bt'vt"rnge.oro traveling in theouthwest
this barren strip Uiat the Coontee down into the mud and stamped him below the' persons ,
; ill aICO Collars Shirts, Stripe Silk and C4iuoft'Socks and "j
on the coik with an essay upon its, prop.'rth.s.UDOId'IIO ; where the best water frrqu.rny produces .
i abundance. Without Uiisplant surface of the mud covered him with hru'"h.t.hen I
1 the greatest over WOLFE. iMr'enging and sometimes .ik and GiuKham Umbrellas etc. etc.W. .
this region would be entirely ran off made his from tho even dangerous effects .
LIe escape county York. '
Importer 22 Beaver street New unaccustomed
upon lojhem 1 should think
ts1I but **Uf it,,no other equal portion of and eluded pursuit lie had been married three it persons be S. DONALDSON. .. ,I
Extract from the New York Medical Gazette anti a good precautionary provision, AS a .
be made more valuable-the only ex- times, and has children by each marriage and, ountrrnctive of determined tCi. lIke St. 4uuse,
k4 Journnl or Health edited by D M. Reese. I. D. or preventive those effects, when HATING ,- 1
: in digging the roots and tarrying horrible to tell, circumstances have now come reid oflers his sevices .' '.
Wag L. L. 0. 773 Broadway, October let. l IW2: nixed ii) moderate quantities. At all t''ft'nlt. it is rtce. to" ;' _
: to mill u new iilants shoot forth from out which strongly indicate that both of his deceased -. HOLLAND the pire&t possible }unicle of Holland Gin, heretofore Hit lilies and Gertteiueu! as n'T a r.o Hal. > f' f .
Lece kit m Uio This wives to their deaths his GIN (S A. MEDICINE. and Iiittru mental S I
ground. came by hands. unoloil1&ble-.onJ as such, may be safely: prescribed music, 4. .
..Root". has been made for sale tnt In our last number we accompanied the publication by> physicians. Piano pYrttd tuned! and repaired. DQce.J..ia&h" .* w f '
rwrn > The t>f a circular on tbia subject t.tompqr JeJI9".iti en..Udolpho Plonttr.. j
it r A"T T9, PST MASTJ IUI- DAYIDUMOTT.M.Dv Hotel- v".i I
Wolfe,.Esq wi ilb.t.br.Jr'JCClpun"DI'T.4x. May OsT *Jr. IM ._i. .. r i : '
t "lm It Scriren Bounty, 4c4. Pharraaceatital Chf'tni. I. .'II 1'., ;z ', ," ..' ': J .. w. ,
fof u.o"ic ,u" .' I ;, t. i- 4'_ "
preeiii wehqTebeen
., "bR 1Hi tlfVi J8Dt-.1im--t"t"41'f' ; .t: i' 3. _: J r. i" l J u. J T j
his employtns! this aient, sod iliUs"Carw' f.voraple l 'c.&' & .
J Auction ing a letter in ofEcc; The Law md.es it the VGTICE 3 ,; -
But tli several |
de iind for imperative duty of every Postmaster to forward communications'r &lJJh. on we the are In Iron rrseipf"'or medical 'EBtiOlUlINSTITUTE.1f"lledgevlllt Totlie aelJ.tlc.'T.im'I'St.-' g ti1tl :' : <" ,,1rE '
actuflng and domestic all mail matter half hour before subject jnen, Gc '
w purposes deposited one the '_ \(7 : '
which erve lo show that: .Mr.Voifea Aromatic the undersigned,hereby challenge the Gerftlemen '.It'
.. ,Jhe supply can be inexhusb1er departure of the mail, unices longer time should Acliiednm Schnapps is very extensivljr use, and lR) E. DOYLE 1 V of St. Augustine. to'a Boat Race, be- .

barren region of South Florida'and be granted by the Postmaster General on account in the hands! of physicians is proving itself as a twern ihe S irak G. Ilumphreyt, against the Cloud, '

t ng business and tho most healthful of the business of tie office. There arc several stimulating djureiie. to be eminently successful!, after ,Wl AKES pleasure in announcing InvalidsanJJi. fur It Purtevf Five Hundred Dollars distance out < I

b.;;L. provided for invalids who have not penalties for delaying papers, &c., after they have other medication with tliU intent had been tried in the pubic) generally.thnt the? above popular mile"iif hands in each BoaJ. Tq bje rno pn t))*' :.
lie aM of living bete without remunerative been mailed, and arc on their way to their' placesof vain. In.one of Jie cases thus repo-ted, abdominal and superiorly appointed establishment, formerly Fourth of July 18 6.. ," I: i

des natioJL- YorktiUe JtcmeayiCAR1 dropsy has been cured' nt.il the! neosity of tapping conducitdby T. CARLETJM t 'onE,}! D.i8 now ready :1. B. HOPKISS, 4. ALFRED P."B Bin. AM;' ;. v d j' i '

T species otagatt or great American v ii veiled ; and in'another,n distressing case ot grdvil, for the reception of Patients seeking restora- ,2. F. \y. SAM, 5. C. .. .'p RICE J'' 't; ,
ilJre been introduced and grown abound- 51' calb-d has been entirely removed by ih, pfHsngepi ion lo health All dironie affection of the human 3. Jso. HOPKINS f !.
>. 6. SrNCEII BROOKS.Palaika :;
'. fa South Flon4a. This plant! was indis- a cakylus.of f considerable size. which is ascribed organism successfully treated at this Institute: ,. .,, ,,..' \

*iy Bublp to the ancient Altars and is still so MR. 91. R. A.lYDREU.respcctfu1Jy ten- to the qse of only two bottles of ihsnriice| Dyspepsia, Gout, Kh,umattMn, Constipation, May IGth, 1853. v.' ,,, 'I 'i

the modern Mexicans. Threekind onlJE to bU friends and cutonut<5, his(sincere \\> know not the- object of Mr. \Vof! sii. designating Hemorrhoids, or Piles! hemorrhages, .Vinenonha :. I ." : ,
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Introduced here the ? thalana thanks for the very: liberal support they Iris preparation by the singularly iineup'iomous' Dy smcnorrhoDa, Fluor Albu, Uental displa- ; Notice. ) i'.'i

vbich keen the ,i.alheinp of commerce ogare is made have extended to hipn, since the opcning'of': his 'name of" schnapps nor of hi; dcnominatinzh. in his ; cemcnt, Alfectionsof the Eyes and Kars, Totter, AV persons uVe\ hfrel>y forbiden frjom trewpaw- ,.: I
store and informs that his mlveriir-ement. the ''concentrated Tiiictuie of upon or cutting any limber on the tract of .',
from which the I thorn, arrangementsare juniper erysipelas,- an l all the diseases of the Skin andScialp ,
qmr4.Xoana, intoxicating ," instead of perpctuajinsits ancient tittle! ft!toEin Scrofula land known as GOGO acres lying on the East side ; ;,'.
u the IIuiiorftl I
of ancient and mol rn ilcxico j is such, that he vIll. t'irouph the summer, hare Dropsy, h-phi1i-aJ1l -
fctnktpulque) ofSt. River what
Joni8 between
tiLl Jin. It ii thnt he formerly known
true admits it to be no'thing diseases \v
.t theoffeft .Amtr Mna. AH have long suedent coming to hand, regular, weekly,, fresh, jitlditioiis e!. titan the latter article! in its pure state, IIIIclnlu.'r- Joujourcu.v generally, Neuralgia, Sciatica' Tic as j\Iure3 puce opposite Pilotka and Buena Vista f. ',4

leans, and a very strong fibre. W IJ im- to his stock; and that he will continue to disposeof : nted by noxious drugs : and hence he contrndistinguiihej sickness Hysteria Epileiis"-or the falling put or n giant of \ ,OOO acres mad to John ..: \
a mfllion of dollars worth of Uiis f fibre his gOld on hi cash Yirtijro, Paralysis, A'poplcctic! tendency lluertasnnd being the 6OQ0 sold ,
rer .one price system, at as is from Gin otcoumeic ". nenily nllof.whlch) same acres to : .
., smi&ly, u it makes the pest of cordage cotton, gitjit bargains as ever. His intention i i.-s, to materially as is well kiiown, u riinnufnctnred here nnd te- Asthma Bronchitis, Chronic atnation of Frn'ncu J. Avice, by John Uu..rlos.-As all saul land c Sis li:

,--.c, gunny bags &c. These plants not only extend his business, the ensuing fall, and, where from inferior whisky nnd refuse drugs. The the stomach and Bowels, Atrophy and indeed, claimed by me as guardian of CAXCLJXE M. Aviccv .. l'

NT win on the Ki-ys but on the main land, as At the, opening of ll>.it season, he will receive a! MUle he bus tiven; ii, I owever,tuny serve the purpose every possible Type of chronic deceased action* MAKYN.A\C;. 'p .

,:, \ north as Tampa Bay and Indian lliver. > At largo and general assortment f articles in his I dettijnnli..:: his articl,' ns prepared exclusively! for that i is curable, and all dtea3M are euralle /"/ IWol'11nic St Augustine. May 14th. J8 3. :,_.' ; :
'. i North this plant ill carefully cultivated in line, from the New Y Irk market'direct-and as: .'tnedicalpuip, anti tliu* rommend it to plu's-icinn be present. .,4'-

. ,ibwifeii, anti called the 'Scenlury plant" his determination i is, to devote himself, tinrwuit-: fur whose cotivenience it ii on sale only by reputable The Ladle Department js tinder the flTccrvcd> by the C'lfol.ntJ,10 .C sita choiceClaret ; "

;zsm the erroneous impression that it blossoms tingly, t!!: his calling and to ppar'c' no efforts to' druggists andnpotliecsiirn. mmt-iliaio supervision of that'accomplished.Lndy, .SLU' Vine. 2 JJbU. Nice Hams 10 Kegs ., i
hundred and well 1P I As respects its medicinal and curative efll-cts, we Mm.JAXS 5lATTUE\vseo well known tu the old Pa- flutter 1,0 boxes Cheese. do Ctxicoate,3! do Congress -' : ,
in can
<:/Ii1 OBW the a exhibition in years New; York of the give satisfaction, he hopes to be tL"OI'cd'ith a! undeimnnd hj.n; to cllillll1l\ly tint it is n pure find tron of th' t$1II: blj"hm.ut. Water. 2 Case fine Cut tobacco ip tin, foil, I !

fmonibcf in blossom taken from the continuance of a ,fair share of public.patronage.I reliable ariicje' of'Holland, Gin. nnd ns such worthy I The inci'ities! wljich!, this IUl'litution'off..rs for the Choice Principe i.c., egarsnt Retail. I I I /
jfHtoffJ pUnt green I- of the cuptMcticc of Ihj'zjician, in ihoie iliiennes for i iWhiCh irojtfcjtiun of a strictly Hydropathic and Hygentccomse B. E- C4BR : .4' '

:'biuof the patroon at Albnny ; but thls lantr 4trraIIeiEiui.I I II tin/ yare wont to prescribe it, nnd Inve hitherto ticn'iiu-ntr, together wih: its easiness of ac- May 21,1853. I'
Malt ____
three and
Mexico J
,. iws w seed m 'in years on only been restrained by finding it impracticable toobtairt ce>s from all $pi'inii' in Georgia nirl the adjoining ". ',
b4sad where it j is planted f. r hedges and I From Picolata llinilesd "|"|itee to $t. 1Ul'lhlt IJuirye 4' I ;
L,iii the article in n pure slnle. Nor phonU ony 3'nte- rendeis it ptcuhnrly adapted to the wants of i !
it bloRHomx in five tb eight years, accord- Ar.n.'r.1l9t1U1. und! 1'hnrsd.iys$ 11 t\4.\ '1.IhruTc.oIundnya 1. prejudice nzainst iilcolmlic medicine deprive| the Invalids desirous availing tliriimeive.4 of the clii- "Rinprovcd iiI id Hnir, Dye-This U a capita : i

?$'the rapIdity of its (rqwt.b.. Nature has pro- Wednesday* 12 M. uillicled Tthr benefit n.hl, nrlitlt', which fioii timeimineipornl cacy of ihe U'ATcn CCKE. The purity of the wa- M. oitu-le being on itisiantnneuiu and permanent* t
Ci.nsEs.undaysnndVrtinesIs M
-. ieded Sot tie reproduction of this plant })y its has held its place among the rcniedinlneeocit'8 ler and .iccommodations; for GuejU ore too well Dye nud no trouble! See tfirt'c olIs. Iiuwarraated ..... l

:" jWB agency ; the lateral roots that are ncr the J- of the Materia Medici, if ii be fuund worthy known lo need comment. Ii\ filling up the Cstohlihment Btul if not sntUfnctorr to be returned. It dies either I '

Mrisce send up numerous new ones, and these \ ADVLKTISIS.MENTS.Douuty confidence by continued experience. )l no expeiiiie has been spared that could I black or brown' as desired try it. L IJ. "
i' ITtart the same thereby ensuring a rapid rcpro- At all t'\'nlso'lhm't' who persist in the employment conduce to make it one of the most desirable placesof i Ii, E. CARR. : a L

hction without tIc agency of men. Thnt sisalbip _.__. _._ ______.____h_1.-__- and toleration of other alcoholic medicines as line- report fur the Invalid, in the United States.Patients i Mny 14. If/53. J., .iS S

|HIres bitters &c, and especially those who will be required h their outT.ts .
i can bo made in South Florida, and on those Land "Warrant prescribe lit fujni' own I"" :
rs, where this plant crows spontaneously Gin under nny circuin-tanceuni nil ullitt' in giving : These will consist of fiiction shirts and towels, g Blacking'Yqrubli, t.-:Ma tOns Shoe ", 1 i .
J abundantly and that the business of making 111 JI i: SUBSClUUKHwillpayin j awAttoluglitbtmatkct .jibe preference to n pure article. over the manifold Compre'.es.aiid ftlankcls! tur ftpdori e purpo*l'I.-' J) blacking. Masons hoe Varnish, Hsrnesx Vat, "

Yankee .L price for Lund Warrant ndulieration' so rife in the market. Mr. Wolfe! All of whiclrcan be purchased here at the most rca- ni.-h, Rubber blacking uisli Oil, NeaU foot Oil. 4J..t
wKh th ofa little machinery can8Ide
( $ use M. Ii. AND11EU. liberally supplies pdyeicinns with a wimple bottle far eouablc terms. retail. B. E. CRU.I

I 19019 profitable than cotton growing I St. Augustine, June :,' J853. {t tI analysis timid trial), as vet forth ju his circular, and 'I'LKiis.-Professional attention ue of Baths &c., ii iia
A I rtakei the reputation. of the remedy upon the innocence pt'r 't't'k. 10. tile Laiimlrcsv-Storcli polish for
r.r-boo'tcd '
tttai tlttll't lbr? extremityuonw 'lO'rlpE.: ,snfely' uti efficiency of bin IJolland' Gin, when Hoard PIT week ,,gable monthly .". For: ; with common starch-will give linen q \ '

T flOW 1q hearl the sane wiltler about )to make a .dispositiqn of all my us.*d under medical advice nnd ] atpt-aranc-
,. state it was thirty years ago, and with aideate BEIXQ erty, I hereby give notifo to he public character in business that Ihl'-arlicle vill\\ not disappoint 3ZT All letters ol' inquiry} promptly answered. a _ _. ._' _.r. _a I

the most life-prcaerrlng and licnlth-rcstor- that any .person having JUXTAviJb'.vunst nny.who usi, it. r June Stir. 4mops tOile Limp for white washing very good, ,I

I iKiptha world is suscpptible of producing to In.ir f required to present them within three [From the JVrip York Etj>rei. Qctolrr 2CIii3ICAL Ib 2.] -- also White was-h Brushes, Coloring paints, Al- / ; '
m almost indefinite extent tvarious articles of numlh from this date or tijcy tjiall be forever Jlolt &c. urn, Coppemw, Gl.' :, Y JF S

ireat oowroerdal 'value and always in demand barn-d. j ** ? LIQUORS. !:n- Yet, POWtle'rila Cream Tartar. Saler- 1\.rit311.h.( 133. B E. CARR. ,: r,
hkb woyld )Iwjely au/metu the paUonal wealth, : SUSAN tonK VHANTSCIIKK.St : In common I preguiije.wnli many others of theprol'f8.i ___. titus, t'arb, Soila. llnilry, B I lIce Lemon, ,.,

I aw) adniiuwter tq the contort, cqi\cnicuce, and Augttvtine, July 2, sJ.: 4wks.. 'II. I received some few months ti nee.a (halite IVel, Savory, Poach >pice?, Peppermint, Extracts from Proceedings-pf City /'
circular nddrex!ed i'tiy.-.cians throughout the 'uf- S ,'
, JPPOFt l Glen. -. -- ii Thyiite, "lzo, rrnndyt'innamon, Nutmegs Council.r1I1E "
_, a Patent Y1ccIIci.ses.1 Unii'-U. ataleb." by Mr. UdolplioVclfe, the impor- rie in vials, English: mustard Prepared frenrh Mustard. /
fold: Resolutions tlipu |
r-: I.qortattrIhU1thC 1'ldlCr5rMw ler\i'i? (leaver streri, inviting. a medical and clmnic.ifi.viniinntionola Cayenne pC"I'l."rSSI..,?IIUC\'tI. dQ. Catsup, do wing were .
AN .Su. introduced and adopted, namely .
Brunswick papers to the ICth ulL, havereceived. MK.\IC ( new article of IJolbndCin.mnniifictiirtd Pickli-s.
:' Lecsi On Tuesday, II. M. Ktcmn&hipAiffM \ diseases of the 1 Jot>e.McMums liy him-clf, u' tichkdam. in Ilollnml.by a Domestic Preserves Asstt Ilcsolufioii 1st. : .

f' CommaudeV PurbcK.' arrived at St. John, Elixir of Opium. ptculcir pnx'eaK niiJ nut up for medical UMuiutei -. : F"uit, Cherries &c. TnmuinliI. Resolrtd ly the AJoyor and Aldtf11ltn.SC"u7Icil '. :

:: -WiiuE the flag (Wlli iic at the fore) of Sir George Davis JVin-Kiik-r \; !omewhnt Dutch hut, of"Schiedam A rumR li Brandy Pineapple! linger O1ivr.horse rud- conrenedThnt the Ordinance prohibiting bathing (" ; \

i I Francis seymour, Kt 0. C. IL, Vice Admiral of eirc.J1artwit1.> the above can be had .Sclniiipps* The circular claims for tlii.i article an em- ish. Fresh Slaiaon, Sardines at Retail.B. within certain limits thertiii pprcilied, pared the ,

Ko Jsad pnd Naval QlJtmandcr tn chicr.) on the Ui-audreth's Pills, Mol5ils!! Pills, ,Itrng'R iiiiillv superior degree of puiiiy.I aroma, UII.ornnJI1Il'Jic $...CAnR.SI. 3ltof July, lb'43.be amended by inserting immediately I ;, t\l"

L Sartb American and 'Vcstlnih'ai} station.: A sa- $ Pill, ,)nn'f Medicines, Iruhl1l'stQI'k unl eflicary, und oilers 'ii >-ovei, a gratuitous. Augustine June 18ih, If 53. alter the word athe." in :he second line of I iI ,

Vcnnifugc, Poinsetls Loxecust Hipply1 "fit tu any physician who may feel disposei the first section iherecf.thc following.viz : tzetpl.I ,
r after the
ins firid, and shortly Arjrus where caine&ncarair t' tda'" .MeJlr'me, Aycrs Cherry Pcctoial to let ilit-te claims in a rckntillc and profeeuouam The Florida Kal Road Company.CJotiC'Cis within the enclosure or walls of a regiilqr and decently I -...yKcsqlutioii :
l landed Reed's .
at ,
S George point : '
cottftructed Calhyg Ihute and it likewise !
San'd-sdo. :inner.Utuu was
Tortiisend's Sarcapliarilia, *
the mtacrsbers lor
I' be WM received by the ollicers in tho garrison, Cod Liver Oil (iclatiiu1 Lttjuoricw fan.iliar! with three facts ,in relation to the ] hereby !given Hail to Road. that I Kesolved, that said Urduiance, be farther so > -1'
Ih..1'1uri\n ,
, 111 stock in Company ,
and i guard of honor from the 7Cth rl' imcnt.- Hum Arabic &c. ue Qt'lIIJlall.l.tHn: ns a meiicinennmly! cfim, that ofnaiJ subseribers heretofore mIvnU umemled arid altered as lo teaj ,thus, (to wit) 10Y. ;

Thence he proceeded to the St John's Hotel nc- ,vli'-n pure it i is,al. olmely invaluable, nnd not to be Il inectilig person violating this section of this ordinance shall ,
eonpanied by his son, Capt. ,Seymour, of the Hag .JI,2.' Ii. E. C.\ n. "'chiuiitrd! for tt'ny other remedy known to the pro for the and!3tJ Ih31I) June 'HIM.meeting, is po pf"poned paid to subscribers the litb July\\i111 on conviction. before the Mayor if a white person, ,1

hip Cumberland, Commander Purbes, of the I '-; -- ]VoJiio.LI ---. I r- I fe;tiou i in many complaintsboih! 1 acute and chronic ; I I be next neld lor the ('I f" Electing Directors *'("lidCe.mpl'uy forfeit and pay, for the first offence, a fiat of Five i \:.
: purpwe!
Jtau. Kext morning Sir Qeorge proceeded to i ia. V-p.iiJly that amid, ,multitude.ofilll,113.II'.r ado! on Tuesday the ttceljth (l://i) day olyext July dollar*, with nil costs which may accrue the collection -, ',' ,I I if.

"riderictor. oa a visit to the Lieut. orernor. < persons having! deuiands ngainM the F!tate tt'rtlllliquurs with winch this 'connll abounds, a | 12 o'clock at noon, at the Ilullin ion Hotel of wiiil tine and for each subsequent pifence ': '
_ At a meeting ot the Common Council Ol) Tuesday /\ of John Cnrrara deceased, lire )hereby colled pure Holland Gin i H scarcely to be oba'uu-d; at any in the town ot'Jacksonville in pursuance of the act of a line oi Ten dollars, with costs as aforesaid and if ,, :
afternoon it was resolved that an r JJie!s upon >10 preisenl them without; delay loilie unu ,
from thedty should bo presented to the Vice \tl- ed AdmiaiMraior.iuid |>ei-oii> inddned to t'lIiJ Kstnte: iufi-iior or ;ptriousgin cotis>iM, first l. of the hydroted incorporationJune 1st.. 16. 3. gninM thiaordinnnve the ofT ndl."r shall receive twpi : ,-1 ,
ore required to make 1':1)11I1'lIt'ilhoUI delay to theubscribr. oxide of't oil. ly-livestripes the burt bllCk. ;
II expressing the approbation of the citizens Amyl ; n poism"us more romniuiily C. A. ttkll'E on : ;. .
known us l'otuiotirit| Fousel oil, or ,Nniilio Alcohol 1 3d.fietotted. ,.". 9 :.1
fif St John of the finn judicious and discri'ct I. H. BuoxsON .
\ RIOIIARD C'\UIL\R.\S Admr.St. and secondly of the heavier of tin.4 two e"en- \ '"
Bunner. in which the- colonial fisheries vrcrp pro .ugusiineJtne 25lli, L3CLOT1IIG< sVl 1i, tial ;oils of Junjer instead of the lighter-\\hich imI I JOSEPH ;.\ That hereafter until otherwise provir '. j t<
toctod last.against foreign grctfeion by ,- ) A. M. HEED, roo. ded.a tax of alix and u quarter cents per day be Icfitd. I
usually result from the of : '
puiities mercenary system Jmml 83s0flT8.lEo. 'f"
and for each stall in the Fiab/ niarj&eLused b band
kin aad the naval forces under Ins command tiaes.ces-.ive destination. of the materials employed JOIIN U, UEAUDOX, collected \ '
will occupied in t.e! vending of Fish ; and U i ia hereby hi
desirable K.
aad trusting that the same course 1 rtfolve to accept of Mr. Udolpho W olft'"tI challenge. ( FAIUBASKS '
I the of the Alarsiul to examine
made duty Cjty
}wpuftoea this year. Eon THE : and put hft ": c htit'itain Aromalic' 'bnJIJI''o the Titos. P. KE SED.tJOIIS'
the aod with the' \
all t1ti brought to market ( oncnrrence -
The New firunswirker : tertf And II 1 induced do this JACKSON. ; .
says g rigiJ nnallysit. was to ;
ILL Q 1r 11 D $3 of twodisciectand disinterested persons,
"It is understood that t1&ij'i it of the Vice Ad- notwithstanding the proprietors Ion* standing and June U any '
whom he select! to unite wjth him in any exam- 00 "I 1
Kkil to our provinces is connected with the Purchasers of CLOTHING mv informed that reputed respectability us an Importer because th4 purity > ) '
tion he make) ihaU condemn all such fifth u We' 1
: mattrea which have been and are about to be wo ire manufacturing the LMMEST ASSORTJfEXTot ol gin,above that of every other spirituous liquor PrOft.-"iOr Alex. C. Barry's Trlco- be may unsound and utfit far, usrr-and from and ; ; :

adopted this ration for Uie more efficient protec- CLOTJfLVG (at wholesale Only) suitable employed iq medical practice, is of the most OR MEDICATED PreserVing COMPOCSD, and for may after, the'passage' oflthis resolution nit, of'fish *&$i t '1 j i

two of the fisheries. A schooner hired bys Sir for the Country Trade to be fuuud. in the Vital consequence to the community inasmuch as it Beautifying Curling the diseases Restoring of the shall be made, either openly or covertly until the, .. } I ,

G Seyn has been manned and armed States subject to two distinct cauvs of pernicious impt tjtrengtheping 11 alr"n..p'tiPi market bell has been regularly rung and any sale'made : : I
eiwp >ourt Rheumatic Poil'ls anJ Healing External -
|w OM purpose of ffotrding the op.tmnco of the ur\V. 40 business on the. : till, namely ; the interior oil of Juniper, II well Skin Curing lines in violation of this prohibition, is hereby declared I
1 the "Aromatic'Schnapps" Wounds.. Bounded by ro, geographical
the Fousel
In. lound ,
p, &)4sco si4jJq .,- 'ce 'SiJi.tep ; : moreover nf pervades {o be utterly void, and noi.entitling Uje pur ; I II .
; : recomendei and ihe- TfiicoroEROw '
l ,..; :: qffs strongly by a physician reputation I chaser to a preference o any'other individual who*!** .
'Thi ,Orders promptly filled. An examination of our writer of no less influence than Dr. D. MfKeese, of the Union. The sale of ttht article of late years be at and after the ringing of said heU' .
thatluinost! exceeds belief. may present .
uncrensed in ratio
stock is > the New York Medical Gazette, and by many of have a ,
*andarmc4 solicited.HANDFOUD & BROTHER the moil eminent tnrmbers of the profession, who I Professor Barry, after a cnref-il examination of his and propose for any fish he may we and to
fi jh
,wa.r4 Island and prevent had reason to had obtained other sales' hook fjnds that the number of. bottles delivered purchase and any person selling either openlyor .,
flo suppose nny
the tor
no" A House) and meaning
29 Park (opposite > ctverily, to the iql\'ti 0'-
eapMs ahrt. Iot stations have been csbvbntitii than empirucle evidence outs pharmaceutical purity to onler\ in quantities' of from half gross upward the
shall before Mayor -
V. interiliction, conviciiop
JV. this on
at f arioos points oo.tbe U.ulf coast; and and value 1 therefore resolved to inform medical! during ihe ) enr 1652, was within a trifle of the value of ffch sold 1
fined in I P
quidruple any
# Sle,, with the chips of war and hired vessels 2 U, "We arc tho largest manufacturers of' men at leant f'r the sake of the public at largetof the :0,0o0. him with of /
vffl TC hope this season effectually prevent the OILED CLOT1IIXG results of my investigation,whether they proved:)favorable It is unnecessary to present at length the evidences by "; I
grounds of or otherwise to the! character of the rtvk, of the wonderful properiliesof Tricopherous. "Retolted, That his Hopr. the 3layorbe .eqnes- r' ,
JmatOQ intrusions fishing
our at the 5
upon in the country. Rubber Clothing of Lieut. M. L* Smith of .
the attention
furnished such an ted to invite
ftfcfcb the colonists have long and justly com- and the interest of its proprietor., I wh-n the puplic .j
10. lowest marketate. Those result; are astfollowe : Searching first! for dorsement n' this The cheapness of lh, article the United Jtatea Topographical' Enjineer Corps, .

_- June 25.! c 3m. the oil Juniper by distillation, I obtained an| oil. and the explanations given of its chemical action now in this City aqd(who it is understood is on a : '.
and in all cases of superficial tour of Canal Survey in our State.,) n the ground ; '
f Execution, from two quarts cf the liquid, whose specific! gravity upon the hair,ttie scalp
murder pf THE PHYSICIANS OF THE recommended it to the attention inrzventngbtweeatie! head of Matanza !>iver, and ; .
Patrick Fitzgerald, convicted of tb.e TO was 832: and whose! boiling point waa 313 degrees irritation, first .II a
kit wife va executed at New York on the 17lhplttrao. nor did successive redistillation yield any oil of grrate"r of the people. This was all that the inventoi de- mith's Creek the head of Halifax Hiyer, \t "Bu- '
STAT/J OF FLORIDA. its.elf. The effects lows Jtou over" and to ask that he will, |consistent'
The Journal of Comment, says: gravity, or of any other kind whatever. The sired. Every
"Oriy; about a hundred persons were present WOLFS CKLEIiRATED SCHIEDAM ARC same quantity of common Holland; Gin, so called (II.! the fluid exceeded expectation. acted like a with his o'Ler arrangements; examine the same,willa' I

iodmimp the physicians sheriff and his aids the OJ.t T./ SCUXAPP& yielded an excessive ninont, by redistillation, of oil charn. The ladies: would not be without Conn- a view to ascertain the practicability of opening a .

made pub- ( remind : weighing 0,871,with the boiling point of 542 degrees: dealers in every s-ction ol the United States water communication: to connect hose two poilWAnd
corner's jury policemen &c. Ho no nry'; to any try
DEEJlINGlnoeCf'tl have it and thus was built up a report lo the City Council result of his ex
lie coufeMlon. and met his fate with fortitude in 1 profession of tltef'ttllblifohl"d the lighter oil having previously\ pas"ed over. This found thry must ; "
hollanditI Hill, was conclusive as the superiority Mr e.It81gin, wholesale trade of an extent hitherto unheard ot as amination.\ \'
full Medical properties ofture i
of final salvation.
"IfcU hope forenoon at eight o'clock ho received i many disease of dropsical. tendncy, I respectfully in relationto the oil Juniper,upm which the art.inn, regards article- of ihU kind. The highest point has G. nUupiFYS.layor.: ,
and diuretic and medicinal ties of been reached! and it is believed 'that the ."
in'vite\ examination to o vrr superior article, tluQr propet erery not yet r ;
his spiritual advisers your Til Collector's Sale.
Ittgb i ass administered by will ben million unit a half of bottles. *
kind of essentially kales.this
gin depend.
Schiedam in year
VatbHiTWiktt and Maylan, of the Roman Catho- t manufactured by myself exctusivey, a| ( As'to the Fousel oil,with which all inferior spi -itu- \ 'Drpotnnd Maoufa lory,No, 137 Broadway.'New' I virtue of the power ves'ed in we by law I .. .

!Ik Church, in tho chapel of the prison. He was Holland flavored by a and process medicated peculiar: not 10 my by own the common aciory. I i ous liquors are more or less impregnated, tnJ which York* Retail price, 25 cents a large bottle. BY expose for sale before the Court House in .
few brought feacVto his cell where he engaged It is butby the choice botanical variety of renders them poisonous in the exact ratio in which Liberal discount to purchaser by the quantity- ralatka, on iherirst Monday of July uext.the follow. l'

io tether reiqu cervices. lie tlicn took harsh berry Itqlinn Juniper Berry, whose morevinous tiny are imbibed-which causes such liquors to intOXicate Sold ball the principil 1 merchants and druggists ing described property or to much thereofaiwill pay i .. ;
bmlfcst who luid his sentence the Aromatic the United States and Canada,Mexico, the state and taxes and necessary expenses due i \I.
with Ne&ry, extract i* distilled and rectified with inspiriton when others do not, and creates that inurbid, throughout county .
n Hed to Friday next, remarking that 'the iiulVflt,and thus becqmes It concentrated tincture insatiable appetite for undue indulgence, with all 1 iu Vest Indira Great Britain, Praace, Lc. thereon to wit u 5 t :

oysters were TfJI1 fine.* exquuite* flavor and nroina.altogether transcendent, deplorable! consequences of which the friends ,of June 11. H 52. Cm O 3 acres on? half 2d and the other Heirs half Thomas 3d rate '

"Supping oat the corridor he smoked aPt ci- Holland, e 'and philanthropy! to juftly eornt ain, -_- land double taxed granted tohe ..
on in its cordial and medicinal properties,to any ,\-'"peraD Claret Wine 4e. ol' taxes for Ihe' .
then returned his cell his heretofore known. i.i tcad of that eauety and fastidiausbesa of tat<, for Fojbes. advertised fornonpayment ,.

fri Ten minutes before an4Jw1cdtl1' Gin Amid the influx oflnferior distilhtions with which whicUthe drinkers of pure liquors ire distingushedcf very .superior Claret Wine bottled in quart year 1852,being section. M private surveys in town-lands .

tariff ptnlo&ed hit arms and put on tile cap andr the market is now flooded, physicians! find no little: ( this fetid acrid! astnmatical Founel oil. I funqd no A and pints also 10. boxes Claret Winelmported sliinD range 25 aad 26bounded William North by PantonEa public' .
wd fifteen minutes afterwards was lad to difficulty tn procuring n good anJ pure Gin, which trace in Jlr. Wolfe's medicinal gin, alilitugh repeatedly Sherry} Madeira and Port Wine, Cordial, Scotch South by lands of the Heirs lands | I
violent- with confidence in its beneficial tested' various quantities of it wiili the Ale, Porter Philadelphia Ale and Porter Congress by public lands and West by public S
the atsJold. Be died struggling prescribe '
hard !
they can the usual andoiLerBrand Segars.Arp- Uiue: taxes and expense are paid before fay osak.
effects. As an importer of twenty years standing chloride of calcium, by process, which so Water,Choice Principe .
detects aqd obtains it in the ordinary fpimu-! inantic Honey Dew Tobacco.hpes Snutf.Smot.ing .
and a matured ex- readily
taken of New York possessing
that has
ThIs is the fourth execution the city : R 'r BOYD sheriff and ex-off
and Cut
,*to th o within fire and penrnceiu ilieninnufacture ol UOU.A.-.D Gut especially I. oils hquots. Tax Assessor and (Mlect.qi\ 'fralatka ,
ra4 city pri | years attention AnosvrrcI Accjidingl) I feel bound to say that I regard this B E. CM(1(

< '" ''' to* executed best Friday will'make th* I Snncpix, I beg S lo< arrs submit io nl your ono which cannot ray fail to Cit n? bring ia every respect pre.enatnently p\ue. St. '.ujo/?ine Jopr 4th 18. l January .Ist lg53. .

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Which for the 1853. will be the > An Ordinance lot the better preservation of.the ,j|
I I I Magnolia hot'!. Oa St. George Street north of November ( year i IT. S MAIL SI EA IEKS, B Jower tested ia me br
I Tth-'NoTember? cleanliness and health of the City and for otherpur- I expose lor before' I. .
'I the Public Sqoare an4 one door north of the 'Methoi CAROLINA AND FLORIDA.Through .h the Coon II .
'dist Church .. For the county of Nassau Thursday before the poses. Palltb. Qn the first Monday of July ueztt.CTV"

', Florid Haute. On Treasury Lane North :of third.Monday in November (say for 1853, the 17thNovember. 10'&alalka in 2-t to '30 Hours. But hereby Qr daine d, by the Mayor and Aldermen Jow'-ns described property or so much thereof as S ;

the Public tfgtere. r '' it The CAROLINA will of the City of St. Augustine in Con icil aesem- pay the state and co jty taxes and neeruarr eiW .
.. f 1 I aud after the promalgation cfthis ses due thereon, to *11. fS93 ;
Cit, 1ftel'O Charlotte and Bay otrect.a few For;i the county of Duval,on the Monday in No. lrave CHARLESTN every sled: That from .
/ a'door jjonth East of.the Public'Square.! vember, (which for 1857, will he the:!1st November. ...-. ., Saturayac3 P. \. Keturning.will Ordinance it shall not be lawful, to throw vegetable : acea 3d rate fend.granted to : :. 0

: ,I .1 i : f' Planter Hotel. On Charlotte''Street and Treasury For the county or Marion,.on the Jst Monday .- leave PALATKA trash oranusmal matter of any description, Dter the ble tued ind advertised for olp3JDe EludoldO lu

:, t J Lr r LaW, north of tile Public, -Square. ,annexed to the December (ay for 1853'the 5th December.For every Monday A.M.PIL'OLVTA.; A.M.. i Sea Wall.or into the Basin connected with said'- the year 02. lying partly in town>hia 13m.ese'rGi '
I. $ I l''FUrida House. '< :* ; the county of Ahchua, on 'the 2d Monday in and JACKSONVILLE Tuesday 4 o'clock. A. M. 'I Wall-and any person offending against this prohibition and partly in lowuship 12 range 26.td
1. ', shall, if a whit* pron; be fined for th? first North by public land '.Souih the belhSc i
will leave
t BOARDING BOUSES.Mirt December 12th December in tie year 1E 3. The FLORID CHARLESTON every by River
: (flY oiTnce.in a sum not less than two, nor more :han* and ,of Wm. :
i ; Tuesday, at 3 P. M. Returning, will leave PA grant Gardner, East u D0\i
'.- \ F.liC On St. George Street a few doors For the county of Columbia, on the 3d Monday LATKA Thursday. ap7 A. M rICOI \TA. five dallarn, and for each subsequent oiFence, of nor and iVestbythe.liverSt.Johna. l Jchq:1-:1
J ; Houe' Peblic Square. December, which for 1653, wu'lbr the 19th De. every ; five than Ten dollar*;"a ml lithe
\ j I South of the Court and in ( 10 o'clock. A. M. ; JACKSONVILLE, Fifday, 4 i kes than nor more : LTpt lr::taxes and expenses arc paid before '

: ; G. Wl-Pepl'S On Bay street, .corner of Bay I,cember. o'clock. A,_M.Tbese offender be a colored pen-on, he or she so ofiending sale, .
Garden Lalle.I u shall subject'to a like finrurbent the discrenoa I R. T. .0 b -
\ Steamers connect with all the interior "
't POQTORS; m 1f in Stages of East Florida, and connect both ways with of.the Mayor, punished by the inrl.ctioii: of a uumb ; :I Tax ;\sessor .f a' u-f, *. .4

1 Doct. F. Weedo Office al hu Dwelling House ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. the New York Steamships Carolina. Railroads and of stripes on the bareback ol not lets than ten, nor fllllk.Jln.! hr. 1853.TTp '
Street. "* : : the Wilmington Buau.Fattage more than tweny fur the first offence, and for each -

7 "Diet.ll.h Bridge E. Peek. Olhce oa St. George. Street 1 TIllS tSTABLlSHMEXT hay from Charleston to Jacksonville, $3." subsequent offence; of not leas than twenty, nor Tax. Collector'* & i 1 4

few doors $ort the'Court Hous it| ( inn undergone Thorough Repairs this Ficolata anil Pplatla, $10. more than thirty one. Y >lrtne of the power vested in me \j b. '

]\ DRUGGIST.MrtfCJilitr J. l; present season is now ready forreception For further particulars, apply_to Be it further Ordained by the authority aforesaid JJ3) shalj expose for sale before the Court noise ia :
Chemist aDdDruzgestCharlotteStreet. ) : Thai it shallnot'hereafter be lawful for color Palatka. the first
on Monday
ot Company, }FAMILIES l) J. .V. CALDWELL. Charleston.flCLLECIIASSF' July net. it*fa '
; .
: I r ; edpersonsbonJ oilier) to ue the &ea Wa:I, as a lowing described properly or so ninth .
r have 4
I 7p. cun spacious place fur promenading and they are hereby forbid n pay the staje, and county taxes and the tre Dee u"i :,
H. U l'alat teh26
',: '\ I ,.. :, >. Apartments. : UiiQ. o. to walk thereon under: a penalty of a fine of uot penses due pwreon,'to wit. f tl. of

t I LAWYERS.Law offic Ar- Rooms Airy, Clean, Amid Neat. leas than two, nor more thun five Dollars, or in lien 150 -land 1
z.I.-i ." ,on Tax Collector' Sale. apres3d rate granted to Vn,. Uanfer
? itself handsomely.'The .- S thereof number of of lets than ten
lIeM furnished stripes not nor double taifd and advertised for *
I t 11U ..J 1411\. Not.tllI. ; \ValtllI;. By virtue of the power vested in nw by law I more than thirty one, to be laid on the bare back of nonpayment tax** '
Councellotr for th"
1602 in
and I iu year lying township ;
u. A. J' am. Attorney expose fur sale before the Court House =
I house is well known as being re' enlly the offender.Se bounded North and Last rnC u.J
.' .J"awomce"Pacoatlutre, t,4 I'alalka, on the first Monday of July next,the following !, by & k-
D.F.iiicab, Attorney aDd r at Built, Expressly'with a. view to the acc modatlon described property or so much thereof. will pay. it furt Ordaiaef and Decreed Ir.tbe 'u. South andjWtnby.ibe ILJ. I 5-
."n"r" eII'A'. r.n' WlIt.I'.: .'"'\".CorU'j 1 ot Incolid and others': being entirely the state'and county lura-.ud nrcessary expenses thorit1afor MI!,&J1a'I m auJv afl\'t..IWe dale ull -.U.lti *aM expeaae- .

., >,l l0i ,o.fi I, 0. 'V 'i p pi : built of Wood, with Rooms cpnnectingFolding thereon, to wit. colored perao'ii. are furb(4tn'( 'smoker in any of .1 ; ,./ S ,'.q""' !K."vTax ..

I'- : t OFjFiCES.P t Doors &c., which renders it Free from the streets, or other public places in the City, undera R.:T. BOYP,''f'rif.tllft. .
PUBLIC 256 3d land D. double
acres rate granted to Acpsta
i I Dampness. Blinds) to \Villdo vgthro'ullioJ'lening penalty! of a fine of not less than three normore Tax All ;. t.: 5'
Fireplaces, taxed odvtrrtiseJ fur of for the ao llcf
>' r .ft CJ"/" tI. Lawrence A'ldreu, Post Msster ofpee Piazza Promrnnde Two nonpayment taxes than five dollars fur the first offence, or in default of ralalka. Ja" 1st 133.
k on 1852 26 and
i being township 11 bounded
in the Court Houae.i,. CoM I year range payment thereof a number of btrip-'s of not less .
I Hundred Feet. Protection from Rains North Eolith and Last: laudll1l1d \Ve '
: by public t
: I Geeriti Office.. John Westcott. Surveyor than ten nor more than twenty to be laid upon the ViUectars Sk.f .
t Surveyor \VitHl ,.c., forming a desirable RETREAT from by the River St. Julius. .
I General"on Hospital Suect.coper* ; of Artillery all of the bare back of the .nller-oDd fur each subsequent i Y virtue of the power r Ysrd in mr by hv I f'

I i 'Ia e and Hospital Street. "I' confinement at situated seasons south in'cnr.-central .1\ hio. offence a lice of five dollar! or the infliction of .hnl! expose for sale before the C.ur lloaae i iI'lhiika. "

-, I I 'LdOffic*.-A.T. No4 Register of Public The House is lacing I 170 acres3d rate land bem; in township 12 range thirty one stripes to be laid on the bare backas t the first 3I DJay of July next, the folk*.

',t; j. Lands.- om'cero the Court House. position, and retired from other Dwelling* 26 bounded North South and I Hast by public lands afure idjnr.d; all colored persons are hereby strictly ingd1rihcd property oromncltihereu1 as will bar :

I I TAOI. 'T. A'uMe/L Receiver, office in Court The House contains 45 Rooms with additional and West by the St. Johns River. forbitlen to carry about their persons, any knife the *ute and county tax .s and ueveary txpcMra t. l

r 4,I Uou.ae.I l'nrlours, Dining, Setting Hoonr.and conveniences I A IlJo. cla.-ps or other ot more than three inch length of Jue Iht'rtol', to wit. ,

l : 1.4,. oProlafe.' (G.Humphrey'sJudge.office. ) in general For Accommodation' '. cannot !32 acres 3d rate lan being in township 13 rnncv Made ; nor shall any colored person, not actually: infirm 457 acres 3d rate lap.!, granted to C. %V. Clarke : '
the Court Houie. bu suraU l-d. from disease! or extreme age, carry under boy i
;; 37 and bounded North lands. South and double taxed and to uf I
by public dYfrtistJ nonpayment
I 1 Court office in this HOUMJ of lairs-
i'eteru. D.mas. Clerk Circuit The well earned Reputation pretence whatever a cane or walking stick any '
Wt-fct by the River :t. Johns! and East! public land* fur the yeas Ih5i.Leipg in townchip 13 range 27 i;
I will be tIi'* under omit Ie-s than
j1 the Court House. has from Year tu Year acquiredit size or description; a :penalty
I I Unless and before uf bounded North mid Wen by public
taxes Eat
RafaeL B.C'JIIof.. Sheriffand Tat Collector.ofbce '. ProprietrcssMrs. DAVIS olin to sustain, and able.: expenses are paid day five dollars tine or a number of tripes to be laid on couth by the River sit. Johns. 1&II'.a "'f -

f j .t: 'io thr for' ihe liberal Pationagu heretofore, she returns 1 1I I the burr back of the offender! of nut less than ttD.norm.'rt' :
UiiUfe aud
R. T taxes before
j office inI BOYD fheriiTand ex-ofT. *, expeu ea are pad da -t '
Paul Arnau j .
c 1 1 ', Collector-ff C uitos4l. her thanks. ilum thiriy-iun* I .
Tax Assessor auJ'C llt'clor sale.
Charlotie street at his residence near the more ot A. r. c. Passed by the Council: 23d December 1 E1i;:. i a
'I t',,: I ., The 'fable will be supplied! with choicel PalatkaJan. 1st, 1H53. R.T. UOYD.sliorirTand ex.efi:
., ,r O. Wrpall. .I Turtle Fis.li, D.!cks. Venison G liUMPHUEYS, Mayor. Tax Aasuraud
I James At Mickler. Game, Oysters, ---- ----- tolleclor I.c.
I I tnipectur / cCtloit. Court Northern Turkeys dual JShell! lisa, which ut this time 'Tux Colleclor'% Salts I AUt'st. JM. I'alalka, January 1st. 1S53.! -
p I. Jf 5rd ... JudgeU.S. I t. R. ASDP.EC.Clerk.All 1
offic'e-fn the Court 1Ious. f" our Rivers unij J Forests abound.. Two or Y virtue 'of the powrr seated in me by law IshIll I
I DiatrktofFfprida.. B
:, : Hunters exclusively fur this for 'ale before- the Court H. in Tax Cotleelurs Sale.BY .
: Court office sporting expose u-e
j G. A1.;F.ir llfth. 'plerk U. S. m more Ordinance for tilt; frotcclion
:: I the Court House. PdUtka, on the first Monday of July next,the f.t.Iow- >I"Hi to a'ersom. Assembled. virtue of the '|M,wer vested i in me by law I

\ I Deptti Marthel. Gore I. Ztlmbaur, office in House.Hurst's Carriages, Ponies puns Wishing ii>2 liescrtbed property or fo much thereof_ will pay Divine IVoiMjip.J expose tor ale! Lforf the C'purt' Hcxiw iaI'liaika.un

'" Tackles Boats 'lor Excursion&c. the state ami.county taxes and uecesaaty fiju-nM-s due the lirst Monday July uzttbefoilc,.
:|.'Court House. e / Ordained, by the Mayor and Cr nncil of the !
: j I I' ; j JUSTICES .OF THE PEA g. r Very Respectfully, thereon.to. City of Si. Augustine: That from and after' the passing in: -scnbed properly *or eo much theivuf as Will
: 2911 haif2d and the other half3J pay the Mate and C"Uty taxe and ez.
acres one uecvasauy
PRCU'RIETRESS. rate of this:Ordinance,if or *ha 11 know-
Pinkham :. residence South any person persons
Reuben at Jue theieonlo wit.;
I '"' ''" I land double taxed granted to the Heirs of William iugly be enjpged or hct'rn..1 iu vociferative noise peiisea

I' .of St. Francis Barracks' I'ublic-olTce in the Court Jf.. B.-It jq the ,'bl, of lie Fro- PantomandaJvertL-ed for nonpayment ollaXt'h fur the seln! spirituous liquors or any other net having an lOOt acres 3d rate laDd.granltd to Franc jliea-
G.Humfhresi, Notary 1852, being section 37 :39 and 40, aid, double taxed and advertised her
I .. --1 4 p.I priplr!' ,that Hie Servant* attachedloiheIIoitMioiiIil year private 1rvey immed'ate: tendency ly di-turb or cause a disturbance i nonpa'llirDlof
IIou: 1 in to\\iisliip 9 25 and 26, und bouuded North taxes fut tl l 12. l bring in
be civil, nttea range of a consjrrgiiion (f while per=on3 assembled! for the year township 13 sure -
I I I"I CITY OFFICERS.. liW. and ublUinp. ,' I Ly public :lauds and a grant' Tliomas Forbes' Jll.'ir"f pu![>'}3r of divine worship tit a chvrcl|; chapel in the 2!(G l lrollnd-lrl\urlla. Couth and West by public malt!
I Io I. on the South by public lands, (, the Last a-i by she Ui.er St Johns. ,
3 c Mayor-Gad Humphieyi.Lmrente n by public City uch pcr-on if a \.'itite pe :on >hall be lined not
1 !'. A dreaFul ,\' *| A )IAZ1NEOF1'UItE1OItLS: I hand and grant (the Heirs vi Thomas'Forbes} and on 'less tlmn\ Jive ilollars! nor Inure than twenty if a colored Unless iuxv> nod fXpeuses. are paid fi-fore Jay ..f&j

I ATM, I AiJcrmrn.I the \WM} by public lands.! persorrlhe otlender shall be lined 9* aforesaid, ale -

;I E., MC Mfdtcti.. ( '. PE'l'ER80N'S TMAG'AZIN' !F'. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of or \\'hit'l' lr not excee.linp thirty slripes. or imprisoned R. T. BOY?.sheriff' and ex-eff.

:i &fidt*rt7M.. J, i II t i sa hr. i-ut exceeding one week with coual the discretion fit l Tax Assessor and Q>Uectur! r. c.

I t'/ert; ./ le CIty Council. A. ?.' Pacet.y.' olliceat ICT The Kett and Cheapest LaJi s1 Magazine.; :O R T BOYUahi-rifTapdex.otT, I III the Miiyor and Council and that 'ihe City .Marshall, P.il.itka. January 1st. 1853.Tux .

!I t'I I, the Coun il rooui., 'I i I A JNEW VOLUlfrJ of this popular periodical wHl''II 'I 11lx Assessor and Collector r q JJ.ijor Alderman uliend tq complaints and

.1 I ('ify Mir i./ GnlI C
I Audreu.A '. ? l i l.j' lie ready by the' 1st uf December, auj will be lie I upon all conviction? the per:(Hi or persons cojnvcied t 5 Y (Virtue-of the i ; p"wervested in me by la.TBJ \

rotR. WARDENS. 'j 1 1I ir.uit' tupero fter y.,blithtd. Tax Cullectof\ ale.By shah remain iinpiiMMied or comniitivd until the hall ex(4( nr fur MU!, before the Court llvus*

I ( Ju. E. Fouiar.ji I '* Tlie only Original Magazine. virtue of the power vested in me by liw I fine and cort* are p:ud or satisfied. in IMaika. on the thai Muoday of July sex:, lhaloUiw

I i !j P.' C. Zylitrd.' ...' .Chailet.. _Haeger'__! I I I'' I This is now the ouly Magazine that give origipnl expose for t-alf Leli>re the Court Hou>e in I J'bft'd iu Couucil J7aich Huii' 183. l ing ilfkcnbed property or *o much thereof aa

I : I articles e.fclatitely Mrs.:Ann d. Stephens the'editor PalitLa on the first Alonday of July rext. the c;. UU.' 1'IJlt1YS.11! fior. will pay the state and couuly taxes and necesta$Jixprnsrs

I AUcTIotpI.1thu I n.. Dud all trie best American writers, are regular ing described properjy; or N> uluch thereof .K I Attest due ilierron., ty wit. .

I/11I i .o.Center' F. P. Ferrelra and L A..Slrischa. cbniributors.' Mart thrilling stories, tales and hovels the Mate and county taxes and necessary eX 1lOW.// ,\. B.An P ACErT'. 2000 aeres3d rate land. gianied to Jofcn '

.* .' ___ have_ appeared.. in this) periodical in the'lat_.. t"n, thzereontuwit. ; aid double taxed ant! advertised for uotipntttrrBttaxeu
IIu I I Uuliiiancelo raise
Q a revenue to meet
1tERCIIANTS.I'I.r year, than iu all \\he othert fut together. I'lietone I 1204 acres 3d rate land double taxed granted to John f cur- fur the year I&52 brine section 4U and umni
III ul the City; for the I l&5 amlorI f fthe
i is that of the highest mural putiiy, t>u ihnt every fainjly I 'iddlrton, being section 40, private t-urvt-js in'|on-' rrntpfiire year I( hull of a 4000 sere tract lyhig io "lwwnalp
r I ? ,1|f. R. Andreu. Dealer in tfuple.and Fancy Dry where there are daughter bhould! have it. Keceiptoj I .hip b range 27, and bounded on!! all Mde i : by public 1, I ,exiniiiuisiaiieplof: ; the City: Jrbt.P rUlig" 2.. 'Ihe whole ttavt is bounded <*u all aiJca*
Jt1 pi ods,comer of' .George and 1'icolnta '11/t' tI. Mar- (, patterns for embroidery! and ever},thing useful lands. I I e' it Oi i'1tJ'by tie! .Mayor and Aldermen ofihrCnyof by juMic lamb.UnliM '

I i J Vet' Lquare.I t to the sex, appear 1II01lIby.Co.O'.C Unless taxes nail expenses'are'; paid before Jay flf |', M. Au!naiine, in Connril convened- luxes and cxlJt'Dstllrf paid before day cfsak.
Burliiiifarne & Howk-Corner of St. George Oai.No sale.1 S That Tax of oae-el: lit of one pir certt be and : .*
( Faolrion? here r. |
p and. DIIl1r, Lcn 'n. T. BOYD. shcrifTnn.l ex ojf. the !iiiie H h.irehy iiireeted; to 1C imposed ftthe T. BOYD. !sheriffs! ex-oK ,
colored fashion ,
I Wholesale and Retail dealer other Magazine now gives steel
Lt.rroiighiE.Carr. I l le-3'f, for the nforesriitl the value
Tax and year ( jiriist-s ) on Tux Affrwor and Collector: r. c.
t 1 I <.1'! lint $Duality Family Groceries of all! kinds. Li- plates as ihis dees. Full letier-pres detentions. ncciMiipany I | Pnlaika,January ht, Af'Sl'I'.I'r I2. Colltciur r c : ;of nil Krai Cstaf Mtuuted niul lying wilhin the Palnikn January lt. I3. f.*

[ ti ,i qiors&c., No 2 East side Charlotte trcetorlh each monthly plate. This i is, in fact, the | iMiarteicil: ; limits of the "aid Ciiy-nnd the foiovinirpeMiim !!
[ -'--'-
I bf tht Uublie-sqiianr.; '.book of 1 1!hillu. and indispensable to all who I, \
,. \ I Tux oUee'lol" Sale (to WH) lre Ientk C. lulllrt's. und Alero Tax C"lltelOfJ ISUh.B .
I I (Jtv.-ge Dar\\:' Dealer in Staple! and Fancy Dry would know how lo drreleganslyyec economically I ', l
I L { 1) Rogero. nr* "I'IWint'r! u ar & lo Jeter-'
enable lady to lit her dietsmaktr.Iagiiifictnt Y virtue of the power yested, in me by lawI or'i virtue jf: the power vested in me by law Ikatl '
i few doorsSouth It every own 1Y
4 ;j Koods, West'siJef Charlotte'blject, a B nlIc; the \IIt cf >aid .Keal; C .(.ite, anti fix the ba-
hall! for
for ,
salf before the sale before
'; expose Court Hi u>e it rjri'OM' ? the Court ll' oe ia t
,OI Iii "Treasury Lane. : ? Mczzotiails and 1\ldlvnvilil" IMI ihe I Monday of July, 153, ihefoldewrnbed :upon\\hic-li aid! lax ,halhe! levied and it i jl hereby t IIlIkl1, In I ile fir.-t Monday of Julynext the Ibt- "
'I'd,,,., Retail dealer I I
1'Ii beth) .Tf. Wholesale oilier Engrftvin further
; .ed
( lax o by this Or-
fJ the I\ving pirpeiiy. or 1'0 much tlu fof ns \\il (llalt'llllln lil. iuij lowing itr.cnb<'d property or fu luui-h thereof w';"| i
olDryGoodsand Groceries. Gro store on nnd steel of I i iknaiice I shall in the mil
1 The mezzotints engraving, one which the State and be'coMected same nnnner .
and > tile
the State nuii
pay coumy luxea { uy ta.e and
ii. *
neceaaaiypen county ntcewary cpeiineH .
S i ;i liround ,floor of the City Hotel- Goods' Store I j I under, she ami
i t leastuppear in every numDer are uurivalleJ fur sea due thereon lo wit: I Ialt regulation; Us are providril in- due thereon tu wit. r
I Charlotte$ street Howard's Building. beamy.' In illitstralioiiii, as, well a* reading ilia lIl'r.11)' I|I f li;>rcf itirelaiioo! In ihe c..llCtol of City tun levied A pi..rof mnJ in the Town '.1
lOOt of land I ralaab.knowa
4 Minet S. : tf A'. PiuU 'lI. Dealers in Fancy acres shunted near llawe Creek -
4 indeed, tliik Magazine id without an equal. In fact, up >n ,11..1' descriptions! ( property.l'a ,
the Cstnte deMpiatetl (he of said lown Block JNn.Si. .
belonging mnp as
to ol Aikiiiioa.
teutli.&e. opposite the Planters Hotel on. East this it the only Magazine ill the country \ George i f .eJ by the Council January 'P. ?. bounded East
i d '
{ I lide Charlotte street which! Ha* steadily increased ia cir vlalion cray I Unle taxes ami'expenses ere pair hflof day ;,fEilil' I : G HUMPHREYS, Mayor,. South by tre.-lv Wr.t by 3d slterf, '1
I f' Ptdr_ Btt'tt. Dealtrin Groceries Provisions &c. which proves how it u. LLIJAII W,\T--OX. i.Ar"ltl by iMuns'ieet.ami North oy madison! irertsiifio.etl ,<'I
J ;,ear, superior I lo b owned by VauJenburg (ira & lUff.um.L'iiei ,
| ;
of Cuna an4 rit. street. S ;
i corner George SherilTand :
'rerm-Chei1Iu.&t tf All. Tnx Co |"-cior.o.: c. i 31. I II.: AChRir, Cletk. -
4 F. J,
George srreet. nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. One copy for one year, 2 dolUr* ; for three copies 5! f bLlL1TY-EC1fti'fY--.VUU'L'{l ] L IT VStt.wm.g tae. J ;
: TA.'. Kelts RetaiUr of Boots, Bhoe, Caps dollar ; for rive copies 7 dollars and t liny cents ; !: Tax .ltectnr'i Sale. \ I / R. '1". f.OYD..ll..ritTlind ex..ff. +'
10 dollars fur bixteen 21) dollar : I : ( )( () S S Tax As and Collector
i. llatsahd Dry Goods cant side Charlottee street (for eight copies ; copies Yvrlue of the >or r. c.
a corner of Charlotte .t .tUnd Treasury Lane. *; I : bl1l1 for power sale! before vested the in me by law, I I TEISJ I MUTUAS.. BirK2 INSV\ CEI r..lr.tkn, January 1st, '1053.TflJf .
expose V.'ouit Hoii-e in .
I Latertnee Andreu. Tailor, -Charlotte street, 1 PRMIUMS FOR CLUBS.-To repay pe:ons gelling : 4 OM1't' -
I'alalka, on tlie'lirst Monday of July next, th* lollowJescnbed Collector 1 1j
p 4 near'ihe Fort.i up Clubs, the' following'eptenuid Premiums will / : OFNCW YORK: -NO.3.: WALL. &!.

John U, ... Boot. maker Charlotte street near be givt'nFor' a club. of ,three or five, a premium 'si nte and county i roperiy.or taxes su and much the! thereof ns \tihh pay due the 1%:! ET Arcainulaied Fun.I.1o\.lt.,lb4J, $90011 ,- \ virtue of the, poxvrr vetted\ in me bylaw! I ._:
IQA City Hotel.Michael : I plate, 16 by 24 inches-a magnificent offer. For a thereon to ult.IC'Jacres necessary expenses DUU.securely ( Mortgages J shall expose for sale before the Court : f'ili .

: ''Nelligan-Cabinet Maker. Charlotte club of eight a copy of the Magazine for 1&52. For on rtal estate in thnrity Ivt' and Brooklyn: ami stocks 1'ilatka.on the tirston.lay{ ot July ntxItbeIultow. i:
bt low UaU.I" club of sixteen, an extra copy for l )3. and a third rate land grantod to II. :. DPXttr described i u *
( atrffl. Temperance premium ., thie Mate and City ot New York and United lug property or > muclr tb.ereof a* will p"jr :
'Bvrtolo otl"tr,. alack Smith and Gun Smith, plate in addition.Addiesoed double taxed and adveitivril f>r iionpNymeiit o f Mates Government. the State anti county: thXrsijud neccsswry rxueasrti* (!

I near ibm North G4te of the'City.Btuling post-paid toCIIARLFS taxes for ihe year l{ 5i, being' in township I 12 ranue2G :: This; flU is rapidly increasing by a widely exten. due thereon to wit. C

.. J. PETFRSON: bounded North, Tast'and West by public Ijnds Jed and ) A p,ere of land in the Town of Palatka knowo ordesignated

JIl" ifn0rt. and Refreihmenlt, by No ?d Chestnut Street Philadelphia. and South by the River at. Johns. j The Company rull'roui declared tsint'I a:dividend ol profits of fif on a map pr pUt of said town as the North '

I F. Bridler Clay Hotel. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before Jay of I ty-two percent on aI( existing policies* oa, the 31st half oi Block No. 23. bounded South Ly the So l\! 1'
Philip Gone*.' ''ReUilef Liquors, Refreshments TO Lt\.ltGE L2itr'rEIs.Yqinablo sale. of January 1S43. : ballot sail Block. Last by 2d liart''' Wel by 3d :

I &,c., Chartutte street, oppviite Briditr's Bowling Tracts of Land for Sale. R. T. BCYD. Sheriff and ex ofilcio : All the Proilts street. North; by maui street, owned by the heirs v?

': C"> :1 till"r,. (It"of"'n, f Hi HE subscriber as Agent ot the several owners Tax Assessor and Collector P. c. the, ';tre""dh'hle among J. liihhi.| ,

: l, .li I ". tUr.; .J" -' -\" I JL offers for said some of. the most valuable. land Palatka. January 1st, 1&53. The rrrmium are payable i in c Uue! 4 \\txet' and expenses are paid before Jay o(
_" ; j v STAGBCHUliCHES.,, lq& in'Esst Florida, to wit : phannu31"nm. tale.
; Tax Collector'. sale. .nlusly. or 'qu ttly, interest b : IJded on '
i 1 1ffiei 111%, Pihlatc,J U St4" Bridier's' City $0) acres valuable hammock land. West ofFleraington 1 payments. inl R.T. BOYD, sheriff nd ex-ofl! '

j 1IttLtt ? 40 l' .J .: t : .' .J4J., bon as the Gibb's Lands Aliuon Co.; 1 Y virtue of the power vested i ia me 'by law I The cash principle adopted by this I Tax 4\'St'Ssuuud Collector e.
i ..... ,-, 1 1100 rra near the Alaj&ua Savanns1,! known as .U.D shall expose Cut tale before the Court House ia I cures to the parties for whose benefit the insurances Palaikj. January lit. 1e 3.
the Grant. PaUtka.on the first Monday of July next,the follow.
Garey are effected, the whole of the
e. advantages, without
S t i. Li 1400 acres in San Felasco Hammock near New- ing described property or to much thereof aa.will pay Tax Collector's Sale.
', E.iak Cl: *".llc CAnVcJU', North side. Monumen riansville, known as the Lawton Lands." the state and county taxes and necessary expenses due lubjectg plmiUD1.otCS"to the heavy" .drawback'.' ', ,,of.'accumu'" rpYyfrtuieot th* power veiled ia sue If Ia*

.urlrt"f.' Severs I thousand acresftfod and in, the Arr ,hcrron.to wit ': Pennama effect insuranc oa their lives' P'sha1l expowlbr ial.bCfOLePalatka ,
Church. Soath side S .
Episcopal Monomentsquare. ow
,' dondoGrant.e 700 acres 3d rate land granted lo the Heirs of I. and the lives of others. A married woman in- on thers'UoitJ .
Church. Oa can
St (*eorg, street 7000 Halifax River South of.St. Augustine Thomas' Fitch and' described soTinnch'Uierebf
Pr"E&trlct'. I I acre on advertised for nonpayment of tax cure the life of her husband,the benefits of mhich are Ing propeny or aa'
,known as the Bulpw Plantation having 800 es for the 1852 section 4/J of the state and and
a Chur,L St. George street, year being private ur-- secured by lawforthe exclusive use of herself or chil county taxes necessaif expenses i
HoaOF acres of open land'suitable for cane and cotton. veTs in township 12 range 26 and bounded North by : dren. thereon to wit. '

: 4.stir the Magnolia' And several other bodies of hammock land on Michael Crosby's grant,South by the Ocklawaha Riv- Clergymen and all others dependent sala- 220-10 acres 3d rate.Iand. lyinf ia township I

I navigable waters.' er.East by the River St. Johns .and West by gram of : flea areepecially invited ro avail upon of range a6 bounded North by public land, Sunlit and
: TERMS COURT. EASTERN CIRCUIT The .title* are undoubted and terms low-.Apply Michael Cro by. whereby their ahr1selvt a resource Est by the River St. Johns and West by the line dividing ,

: .4 ... r i OF .'LORIDA.L to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of I rom the evils'of penury.Pamphletsexplanatory.' ; may secured Marion and Putuaoi COUll 11. f

I iritna TKKM.: I Feb 28,1 1852"' St. AugustinFlorida., sale.. i of \hepriicipesof! Mutual Unless taxes and upf sc/are p-rid before day c\

I I For$the Counties of Orange and St. Lode, at Mel I School Book R. T. BOYD. sheriff, and e .oflf. I I Life Insurance, and illustrating mt! advantages, with sale.

I onville,'oq the first Tuesday io April in each. anJ \ Tax Assessor and Collector r. c, forms of application,may be obiauied at the office ot R T BOYD. Sheriff and ex-off.
eyer v- hJueya Geography and Atlas Woodr-ride) go Palatks.Jan. 1st,'1853.fJI the Company 35 Wall St., or of of its Tax Assessor and Collector' r cPalslka.
.r.ut.I j
4 and do, Peter Parleys do, Smiths new Gram any agents. January 1st, 1853.Huzon .
E-- I For tb"Count of Sumpter at .Adamiville on the m.. Obeys History of the United Stales Webster's '.l'IJI''ION.1 TRUSTEES .

second Monday in'April.in each and every year. speller and definer Walker's Dictionary, southern first Jos B Collins 'Dnid C Colden Brushes &c..

I Forlthc county of Putnam,'at Pilatka third Tuesday book.gnmshaw history Greece.do do of Rome, 'lIE. Subscriber at the request of many of his Wm J Hyslop Alfred Edwards, Tudeisbie Ink with preparation. Wads &

J in, April 1.la each and every.yw. do do of United States english reader, pictorial spelling JL friends has been induced to undertake the tuition R II McCun'y. Win Belts .H. Butcher Razors set ready for use.Assorted
book Jo primmer do reader School reader da- of a ttdnumbrorrupilll. lie therefore contemplates Ered Winston, Joseph Blun\.
of Marion
For the
county ,at OClla.fourth'alonda, Cutlery, Scissors, cordcoas. shaving loap.
bolls elates opening a School on Wednesday the first C W Faber .Isaac O I
or Ap I. arithmetic pencils inkletter paper I of >arson, brushes,boxes, straps combs hair bmhes,steel key
day December the house John
rut at P Yelverton
; wafers, quills, steel pens, note paper, toy books ffc. recently occupied Henry Wrhj| siaad
Ferl ink
- the county 01( Alachua at Newoansville 3.E.CA1lL 1 as a law office by W. A. Forward Esq., adjoining Theo Sedgwick Wm Moore ring, tweezers, cork sctews,patent glass '
first MooJajr' m May. > March 26th. 1853. the residence of Judge E. B. Gould. Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, assorted stetl} pens.fish, lines, books, cotton twine.

;. Forthe, county cf Columbia, at Alligator oq the lie will teach all the Elementary branches of an John Ii Swift Jona D. E. CARR.

4 second Monday of Mar /. 1,000 BOOK AGENTS AVAiMTi, English Education. .-Spelung, Reading, Writing John Wadsworih David Iier.Comstock Feb. .26. Il33.

- I bi t.| Oat co.t, of Nassao at Nacsan C. II., on the TO SELL PICTORIAL AND OTHER USEFUL and Arithmetic. SM Cornell. Robert Shuyler. Jml B elvcJ.
I before the fourth Monday ia I lie will also give instructions in the theory of Sur- GOUTM Wilkins James '
p Wednesday May.Forihacjnntyof WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1853. Chambers
- a. a trying Navigation and Mensuration. John V L Bay Rum, Cordials Rose Vater. Fig Paste
t. Duval, at Jacksonville, on the ,91.000 DOLLARS A YEAR! ... heil. Pruyn Joseph Taekrrlln : *, Essence Lemon & Peppermint.
.1 TtiMsrta QUA RTE*. Forth" Vhntlesey '
; fountFor MOI1d1"Or May. in of the United Elementary branches Grinnehl: extracts peel cinnamon ginger,sage
WANTED every county $5per quarter,half quarter in advance. Charles Wm J savory orange ,
a j: the c uatr ol S.t. John's at St. Augustine en and enterprising men to en- Surveying. A.C. 3 extra John C El. : Eugene Bunker, thyme nutmeg peach yeast powders mustard Uone

- i oJ, the second Monday in"JIlDe.I': 'II gage in the sale of some of the best Books in the Surveying, separately % alter Joy, Francis Dutilh, radish,picc.es capers &c. -
pet quarter $6.00 S J atb
address CARL
of B. E.
To' good .
- flit TEB*. courtry. men possessing a Hours of tuition from 9 to 2 O'clock. AhfredPehi, J 0
f I small capital' of from $25 to $100,such inducementswill i Thatcher. Feb. 26, 1 853.i .
For/ th. ertiniies cf Orange and St. Lucie, thirdiiii 'U GOULD. JOSEPH
t. ) be offered, as to enable them to make fr in $3 Nov.20.1852. COLLINS, President. i m i I m* ** a i'

; Tuesday/before the first Monday in Novem-er, to $5 day profit. ISAAC A11 T, Secretary. Received by the Carolina,hams,com.oats,
: : (which forth* year ISSf.wiU be the 18ih October. Books Josxru Counsellor.G. JUST
published by
4 Ij-The, us are alliweful in 1 LtlT. lead,linseed oil.turpentine.nail molasses
-. t-or! ">. county ef Putnam, on daft last Tuesday their) character extremely: popular and command CRANBERRIES,Dried Dried Apples Fulton Market R. FAIRBAXM., Agent St. Augustine Fla. yrnp.. honey sugar,pork bacon,him*,beef cheese.

) ..ror'th' ht Monday November (which, for the Urge sales wherever they are offered. cheese trackers choice Beef Bacon Pork Lard q 16th. crackers bread, flour soap candles starch indigo

1- sear 1853, will b. lit cf November. \ For further particulars address (postage paid) buckwheat rice famil1no r graham crackers' rasions almonds,currants, citron tea. :..spitt*
gelatine Billiard
1 For! the county cf Sumpter, on the fourth Wednes- ROBERT NEAR8. PCBLISHER: wine, of tc.. ,, I com' ,.'sucb.-! ebcke'tfl Table and Ton ,Pin Alley pepper tobacco.segars. snuff and leaf, brooms t3p,

r I day in Novrmbcr. (which lor thr year 1853, will bfil"r" : 181. SVlliam Street New York. AT the Magnolia Retreat, open I throughout thc washboards, pails Ijaikew.&Uint. > mltl. bose 5
r..\_._ ." 1A"1iIa ._" 1 Pp E. CARR.' 7 and' EYniD;. &c., ''B. CARS.
Nov ,
.' 1o 2L Do4Stf 5. MIANDA. March, 12th4.,
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