The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00142
 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 9, 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: UF00048575:00142

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I' f', 1I1' "L'Jaa"t.nEKLT. posted two distinct guards over them of sis men The following i is an epitome of a legend preserved the'age oftwe ty.five,.Tyisef was ignore *A gcntfttnan wit. [,naturally nervous tempera* h

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l. Ht. B CANOVA c noting about camp until about twenty minutes tendency to attribute to fairies-,or mysterious tat portion of our globe, In thos rcgionso .' of Illinois Bottom edu tioq. 'arrive*

'It, carw LJoAU clot trrau, IX ADVANCE.Aa ,, before twelve. At twelve the sentinels were're- people all useful inventions, the real organs of most perpetual Summer, where actualjwants arc 1 thUjcity ft few day; since, 'and took lodging at '._ .s ,

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""4tt + \11\9 afil tit mother'a I' the .son', of joui1 Kmrdgnt fcjrhe' terrified' rirl"f ;.J ijl n:'(her fe.tbfm f ;;tf1ttes abut '. ie4,all reaPO t'i:, :tV&R .. !'_' P!
r! I"' tie g tlqaWJ 'of laden ut ;: d:wag beau 'fad. acment the .
# era m oc'casttl .: rtcounJ near ; fc i T T" not ; Inenigfencer.re( tJ prodigal : Q pj1I t ; :
4 JIn a toot* thfe 'thehat ; obi''rentontw t1 efbrjstto'weep'Jovf benlgr\ityj\ :seamed a ,awahd heriMIpcrfalike + theexcited vrater9 : J
;, k hoadl,aslgni! ; dt 1.Q1q ,that)hey ; t wn upon .ibQ : t A' .
n'fla'ir 1 11\not ,paean to I lent*, e a p.tt! i \ Kothinlp $ .bcr.deaqpr. when the mctjj decrepid-old feature,r. an'din: her:hands "i S1\1 lendidjy.gilt stranger }r tm, < .Da I
li uoad trot"head. .Jpa Qn .leaning ,the cause! ot ber ce 'ng-/I'casket than all ; a to ; !
attracted is t1on of
rdnuuVe hjstory that I inoro ." .Atfe canvassciJJ tlliAd
,t or .ii!. :p. ... o ThJ t ostwvvit to
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J'* tor'roti re from &a; Pro xiniatett! to t1.r/ ct of devotion ri d rclfsacrifijcc. t.D totweep! daughter, ho ,.id. 'I WiU iJX/cJdU1 f. ',.I.J.nse it.,. W'IItt.o'Ji t (j'. .' ,:<'<<#,f."f- ;' an a s til baEtj r ''irk, or the ), .

The wot 'r nt t .e '\ Cooper never could hafc, Vcndirei id patrit8Up the tas+)m? fed upon' you by the_ prince! ,' pn>> Somemoaned; to rimand'.t o tt}C arrest oth jbole bousejwld? % foe p0ltce'' .Af ;

Tb.l b tvltb b4 beglq ito 4a.8cen9.. TUo. bright pretty niaven: ,cnt of; :tided' that jj>,a- -will. either i givo egour first, iqtenprxff hpde!" .g, :X"v. : :.*.* *f ter the interview had ptogrosso for tome' time .( '\": :..

aweet re osa.13d her fcand, laid! her royal commands on. her youth JL 0ft1. son whpnhb is twelve: montiis'and.a dar: ,- ..Long..taovrs did:they 'remain in the examina-. the oiB<;6vbccaino filled witli board a qf 1' 1

t A a een6 tie $kOr ,> XnVfie S whp Instantly rose W\th\ submissive,1 ala old, oV: that you,'sh all, In''the'wear!lihie; find but "tiop'. f .ttia\roy sr enotia.(tiouvenir. A holy man whom, Itaklng. part in % discussloa/ maY sided in ,;. .,,j b

s"I totN ', i car rd J}!ugbuckled their sword-belts, and descend : name, > The, ,toaiden; woqdeAig irca.u.r. pfGod cajpeti> ; tq them; and tho twain were, L. variable faith tW_"r cast r"v.1-'j-: _"!","../ '*L.vun.r__, qreatea_' :. '
1 h It e4othe! terms f the oa man ajnteycd away made on< Year passed od "ana as the unexplained enough;of r
it'.' ,tt.ron4. .tI>. JreceiTetho' citjz, ;. ; suspense. i th* straogerVtnlndprd-
1ti I. '' 'the fiax from the cottage, she did nofcVnow;; how, vision Ihb were aHarned"the dated 1 k l .J 'r t
,,:>. >' .twat 4an tin rt .t' >tr' f'i i'- *w'rtf: rooms M* &I a walle\,,from,,,. ,hid desk, and counted out to "
returned it 'n ; .
bea utifut
'" 111na 'i.nd- fort tafi l AT.AnA : T 'J-.JS'
t jtruu.tlli tf implemeatSiWii not wanarg.on. th mano4 andthe him, Inl t..I.1'a.I "f e :
W' j .-,. : a TV' .-...3..?! .: y ., vir< cT ww iJftfW'miwRiisifcttiasilently :
( '( ffie"enure '. ; ,'a i'edtl'he Write found box, with its toms,. could oo seen on the at him In stupid astonishment .
t1f 'n. do\V the clerk -aUu!: ho had wished, and married her they were contents seemed toy the ,
its remarked
i ; table though wasting, :
rya 'pnt" length of that long room, round tho centre 'Stranger let me give Joa'a piece of :
*"' '+> t of standers and A falls very happy, and when the princess had: < a son, bottom even, as a giklcd cross arose above a neat advice.. The next time at ,
group up again. lady you stop a hotel don't
'gentieiaaa connected with the the joy of the prince knew no bound. But alas! where the I ;
white church in the grove beyond, hide
under their feet i but the eye cannot take! in the I your moneyin-your boots for security and
TjoTwnmcnt service at Fort Crogan, on the Texas the !eucame pear its close, and the their i:
; form he it princess plantian, the betel, and the banyan mingled i then in a moment of abstraction
prostrate before secs again circling set them
frontier. It presents a vivid picture of that desperate 1iad! not\ As yet found out the name of the mysterious branches in beautiful embraces. But by kind the hall to be blacked.* out in* *> t
: half borne in the : that r tiling had
strong arms
away up car- really
which induces the Indian to prefertr.immo1a.tion old she dreaded occurred "v :!
spirit man ; : to lose her little '
to his tenants the box was soon replenished. thus
tiinly must lighten tho of the fragile.i ness as explained. The .
rather than into the hands of exertions and! dared not tell her straDo"'er. fearing ,,
fail son, yet husband.: The the(
I looking creatures, who, night after, night throughthe i iprinct" They could not but be just to generous one, always to be robbed, bethought himself'of
had nine of his finest i ; .
Tho narrator
bisenemica. seeing his wife\ one day disconsolate! he II
and each boots
exacted rates deposited yearly, the
winter seasbn this violent who no as place of all the world
keep dancing. the safest \ I ltr
horses stolen and as soon as ho discovered the!I, up told! her anecdote to her. lIe 0'I I
an amuse had been
self assessed sum the ruler. conceal_ hit ..4no..t. : ''h
The black! head of the handsome: crown-prince I a nn mone J'v ..r"' isgW1ggreater <.
lows, started with seventeen men in pursuit of a hunting, and lost his in the forest he :-L
way be thus. The domain
; Alas! it could not
looks soon: as If he had come out of a vspour-bath; care entirely from his ;mind, it occurred to': him 1 JR;.
sr visited by 'the pestilence I that ho *
to have
but he has only time to mop with his handkcrhitf was ought bOots blacked and *
..... tho conclusion consultation with with sort of wheel such act ,t H
i upon man was spinning a as wastcth
at noon day, respecting *
, '. and set off in a whirl with a fat lady in darkness: and cordingly, taking the self sane pair placed then, :'j!
: ,:-.t; that the robbery had been committed the Prince bad never before seen ; and, the old the low of the and the richman's I k
alike cottage poor and all in
black velvet And his young wife, whose infantis 1 money tho hall, and! lockmgrlhe
"itehetas/ While here of that !
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: a party man was singing. scathed
The angel was
", I a little more than a month oM, is dancing: too, 1 home. guardian door, retired without another thought disturb '
_jj'f'ith their chiefcame,, in, on tho pretence Litjle my jnistress knows my nnme, II and three hours numbered "
its ere were his slumbers.
", .' some horses which had been stolen but more quietly for,her partner i is: a burgoraasitcr. I Which! shan't: be forgotshan't: he forgot! by fury, The next morning,. for&ettm*r < i: I.
t... ,- nc When a prince as heir to the fortunes claim: she was no more of earth. The spirit ascendedto himself, he felt pursuaded that he ha evident
; tt twseUme previously. It was that they Of Wnlloly: Trot WaUoty Trot. ;' the God who gave it, and one more inanimate wallet tinder his pillow but honest ,
This ball I is meant to be the 'boots'jjndapprised '
in bad faith and it suppose
'W4te.aohg was accordingly The Princess instantly guested thatjtlus; must : form was ;numbered with those aroimd the little the clerk of his
discovery and '
of liberty, equality, and fraternity and indeed deposited
to detain the chief and tho ; Mt
agreed principal portion isas be her mysterious friend. When they'! ear and church in;the grove. with''him his findings.-St. Louli$rnni3. ': .* ij,
hupp'6so that principle much carried I t./ i
: if hU party-consisting of nine warriors and day expired, the old man appeared and! claimed No sigh, no tear, no' murmcr, escaped the I "" I ;
out at the Bourse ball Stockholm, as'it is Ps sing Examination.; ..10.. '
mfi'liti womct), 'as hostages until the whole of any the child. 4St p,' said the lady, 'your name is bereft one Calm,reserved, and kind, he pursocdas an > "

Jfce. property recnUfstoten should be brought where else. The humblest tradesmen's wife or AValloty Trot'* It was so; and the old man said I before. his, industrious but not laborious. voca' A young collegian, itinerating hi the State" r ,
i daughter she has as good a chanceof dancing I Maine, fell in and also in with avery '
says company -
Mf TPUe writer says:- that, to award< her ingenuity he \,"ould'teacb her I tions. An occasional Smile( could be seen as he /
'****$&. Stem, the agent then.&l1n .unecd to them with one of the princes as any one else. So how'to use the wheel which had enabled him to witnessed the seeming happiness of others-as ; pretty girl, the, daughter of an old curmud-. 4 :

4M4ein&matiou, and I told them in pretty plainI i tit may be,. but.. somehow the _chance! docs .not pin the flax so quickly. Having done so, he the volume, of the deep river moves noiselessly on, geori- ; whose- --brains were made of saw dust ,hog's i.

: IMM that I meant to carry them Into Belknap, come. 'The eleven old men of! ptocKiioim' -* tnat disappeared, and was never seen again; but the 1 reflecting' the rays of the sun-1ighl: And each lard and molasses, but who on account of the *
is I believe the heads of the cOrpol'ation-settlc spacious of his farm had been "tor'years. tho 4 *
G .iii'Wd them as prisoners, permitting two of : Itl prince and princess taught his branch industry I day, as before, did he retire at noon, to hold at
all that. head of tho school committee in the district
HM?Bomber to return to their tri]o and convey I i to their subjects, and so enriched the country as communion with that mysterious casket, whose "'
'telk' we bad given them. Though I fuUyMfeet.ed After about two hours.of most vehement exercise i' attachment to'SaUy (for that was the
, Ito become the admiration of surrounding na- teachings:had led him to wealth, and gave: promise ..
I *a break' on the announcement, which on the part of some of theassembly/absolute 'tions. of a world and a life far better hereafter. Agents name of the daughter) was so overpoweringtbAt"all

'. WMM result in the death of Mr. Stem or myself stillncs/and'wearisome duiness,'as I spould .i o r of the goxpel abroad is this a fangsLeteht- the logic and philosophy he learned W the

rboth-Indeed, would not hare insured either, call It, on tiie part of the? rest that is, of the half : Tile Breakfast. American Union. school was, compared to the force of his passion, .
.tar Bras at 100 per cent-we were compelled withered and closely packed: wall-flowcrsWthe Is this all we are going to have for breakfast'I as chaff in a hurricane. But not having'the,

,'-! ., H tue,the danger with apparent indi 'erence.r .- .. royal guests moon lighting up the| beautiful countenance said James, as he seated himself at the table. VALUABLE REc uis.-To conscience.become rich-Save where-with-all to winter fa Maine without*'* 'resort -. .
beautiful and said the mother the bread and butter your money and sear your employment he intimated to Sally'the he <-
she Yes
'. r; Attjr af&.t&t of fear or suspicion would have : of the nllher-ror( was arc and i ii F"r ;,
Eat nothing
To borne Wise- sleep say .
\;:, oha oes of their resorting> to the: young-with her innocent boy by her side, and fresh, and the potatoes baked very nicely; they i the church should* like'to. \ keep' A- the-W"1 school* ** *'. ***
itaRwntiTjc:0 of St rush',for liberty plan- the blood still oozing from their ghastly wounds ,would. .be'a great luxury to, many poor'children and To all become secret.. Populaiv-Join societies. *..'- -strongest"': ;. Mr" ;": when the kind hearted' gir) informed cilia :
fathered ; '. .'. 1,: : "' "' ." ? / ; .1' father was the yii u'tte man ind"o; j
..i1p er hntemiptalthe the husband, warrior still stretched thismorriing. '" .. ,: Wbecome *yesvto every other ; : >
-Say '
,. \ respected
formed him what would be him
"' questions put to ; .1
it the sod the bloody knife still; grasped in James said'nothing more, but began to cattery
despetar upon ; have of
man's opinions, and none your and how ho must answer then if be expected to
i wo Acted, As soon as 1 bis hand, looking terrible even in death; the sentinel slowly and sullenly. %He knew that he gain the good graces of her Cither. Accordingly {

"i .tcIf 1bem they were prisoners, I rose from I [ not five feet;. from him, his cold blue eye must eat what was set before him, or go without own.To become Exalted to a little Officer-Be readyat on Sunday evening the young man of c <.;sIC Tore'

......... upon which I had been sitting fay looking to. Heaven., while the fiJUrc, of the.. soldiers food till dinner. \I all times to act as a tool for: 'big men.t informed the old ignoramoua that he should liko

*4rif Owa, and mounted. my horse, at the same I IAftftteg hurried and thither; in search of.they. knew Mrs. Green, said the colored woman as she To- become-- -- Poor-Be honest and avoid of board to take in charge his family.of their Whereupon school for the thQ winter old *fellow, and .

my pistol and motioning them to go toI I not what, with occasional lit mistaken cries, indicating entered the room,.Mrs. Johnson's two little girls suspicion! assumed an air of much importance, and looking Rat

Hoar oitraip. The chief'requested that!! I should sumo discovery. The whole sccin d. arc in the kitchen; they arc almost frozen, and To become Insane-Speak your sentiments the applicant with his,usual dignity while examining I''

dbaonnt, that be wished to speak. I did so, and more like a dream than sad reality, and made an are very,; hungry; they have not had anything: Jo without consulting the oracles thoughts.To candidates for keeping school, put tho 3
*.dt impression mind. I )had witnessed cat since yesterday. Can they have of the To become unfortunate-Print your same questions that Sally had informed her lover g '
ft seat on a stool near by. He motioned me enduring on my some become Slandered-Edit a paper and tell would be asked. ,* '. J t *'*' 1 ..
to tit to my former position on the ground. I everv description of death and suffering on old meat that was left yesterday the truth. \ ; 'Do you believe in the final salvation of aUthe ij

4 Oho. ftt&e lame time drawing my knife, under the battle field, but no combination like this, of Poor! said: Mrs. Green, I will come out and :. .. world. i'r"* I

"" .R. or cutting tobacco to smoke. He rose, pride, courage '-uevotion, self-sacrifice:} and re see them James, you may come with me and A GOOD OSE.: -A little girl of this city had: Most certainly,'answered the young collegian,* r 1

M4reseed a few remarks tome about the difficulty venge. ; see if they will eat what you arc so strongly been taught by her Sabbath""School teaches that 'it Do is the only believe belief God that ever the scriptures made another justify., man***: f .
restraining his young men from stealing, *''What striking illustration of the principle inclined to ',,refuse. ; God made men out of dust of earth. The inculcation equal to Thomas Jefferson T !Jv*''**' ,

&e,"and Suggested that it would be better that ho imbibed by these tribes from their m tber's uilk, I James hung his head: and followed his mother of this Bible doctrine seems to have Certainly) not and I have been of this opinion. a "

.. H. return to his tribe This I refused. lIe never to yield, themselves a prisoner;;', The brave into the kitchen. her mind rather a practical turn, and big with ever since I read his note on Virginia: : .*' i
& .!lrs. Green the little she addressed her mother on her return Can you spell Massachusetts t' :,: :
gave girls some bread and the idea, ;
NI 1e# approaching chief would gd to the Spirit land of his father's, I ought to know how.. sir, for it Is native 0 I
Ptt id tad seizing my hand, .lifted mo from the the still unsubdued! warrior and his: : wife! and butter! and potatoes, who showed they told the from the Sabbath: School state.' -V? .r. j

rM tfwi&d, lad embracing me, first pointing to Heav child freely accompanied: him to his last hunting truth when they said they were very hungry. 'Ma, has God any more dust left?' WeD, spell it' ,. .. v *ftThe : .... .. i 1

t 0, hownicel! said: tha little six 'Why. daughter why do you ask such_. young spelled the word very- .distinct .
*Jtfd to ourselves, to indicate that, the Great ground. I have his shield hi my possession. It youngest, a girl my :

: ..IIII'hriiM 8ed the proceeding. I told them I is Quite.. a curiosity and. ornament, bedecked with years of age, how I do wish mother was here. question!' ly," .when__ the father turned..- to. the -danghtefjindsaia "' .. '. j

y''.' wW not bo them as close prisoners but mere- feathers,and wan um. This, with the bow and Mrs Green gave them a supply suitable to take 'Because, if he has, I want him to make me a I Did: he spcllit right> Salt .. y r i-J i: j : I I

if'gotrd. igsinatlhcir escape, by placing scntittl quiver of the little boy] I shall preserve sacredly \ for their widowed mother in her needy circumstances little brother r' << : "'Yes sir,' answered the affectionate girlr- l n I ; ;

.apd their camp. Meantime I encampedlytMrntuMpear I as Wmentoes ,of one;; of the most interestingscenes and they left house very happy. Poor thing 1 Other little girls had brothers to her father turning again to the tandda. ,baniPh- ,. I t, :
> theirs, and took from them all history has rcc rded.*' t As Mrs. Green returned to the breakfast room, play'with; but she had none. -ant.:'he'was there- antly exclaimed : :it! f fk. J:
-You begin school p' .
titt mat I avoid find. They retired quietly ,, .. \James put .his arms around his mothers neck, fore unhappy. How the may young pedagogue tomorrowj and Sally'nianag"d

*rfr tents at dark, manSeeting not the slightest Fanny Fern has*become; a resident cf New and bursting into tears he said: Mother, I will This is no fiction. having antually! occaml in aOkiri! : through the whiter is another part of thsJ q

I -?Cq otlD escape, York city. S] never complain again. this city a few dyi snce.: story: .n,.t 0. :'I. I

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i1",4\1\\ t 3E," .i.*..'."an'. A rectruff-.uJ Scene.' t-, :JicpUb1i ,S3rs.tbtt: 1 'wt Cd attentively ;to the, 'i'to' secure l is'election'by .thousands, over "'. The Secretary' of'Stule., I 4 Important' True. ;

", I,' 'Tn.LQ'e, r; 1'' pt Wslungtop i on the reading t e'sentence, aa did bot appear to beintchitFecteby ,I' notonly" whig, but d&nocranc c mpetitors.Iuc C. W." DOW.MNC, Esq., resigned his office of .A Washington correspondent othe Ne'Ag- '
,I of this feeling'pf confidence and"security is of State of Florida, on the } Tune,, /urnishef the following b relation "
; Secretary
Jk1 i:,, .i711\od a in tipu'fofa zewfr2ffor; Daniel as, ; it AS the most indifferent to be attributed to the head of of the federal government insl"-I tel tht'
I .T..iv od ,Iop le\i f k1Di bhir..bl'! ,spectator< in the Coort-room.' A.lie i is,abaut'-( rty-' 'Whether it i is pnly a coincidence, or F.: VjLLETiccn: Esq, the Secretary rumored yjk Spanish and Mexican **;". We CiwW1 "1!1 :

; '' : ; S bojgi f..otJ'\Ji tDecexnber 'ksr baring 1 two. years of g 'and of enceel.,and< intelligent wh'etjier from good'luck pr'good management, elect, has been appointcdby QoYvBnooME,' fi1 it atfong'tha cgrjcnt.news or.Uie' day wi o, .' '* f|

# Franklin Pierce is most singularly fortunate in 'the unexpircd term._ pacing! any reliance on it; *
: t e frjwftffti Basked ?
ovprr, theinwlng "appearance. ; ,
r. ; ;Qr: 'oner if hoof l41.it1 %to y' tvliy the sentence *' aUd;' j' :* ,j. his administration peace, and plenty. prevail and +.intended- for the Florida -.j.j4 It ii rumored.Government has been 'ad, ;',
I the Seminole
yl"bad Start worse Outcome. f throughout the whole land; all exciting TnE; tcamcr from quarters oJhe highest credit the velebr :
I I' t :' the 'Jaw shoq1n \be. ronounced I1 We copyI from the political from of :Mr. ,
/ A Y9ung'md in>thi city lately attempted suicide -i:: agitating topics have disappeared trade, was Launched the shipyard tion.of a treaty between Spaia 3IexIr.r ror
I ; J' 1fq i Republjg: )j r *' "j '' horizon department of industry in the re-annexation of the latter f
: j>y shooting himself with a pistol, giving.as j I ; every I D. P. LxxoEKsnixE at Sajannah on the 2d hist., : to the r '" -
, j \ ;\ "The prison. who,had, risen Jn.thcllock and a rcajtonfor doing so that, he had no means of I agriculture, commerce, and manufactures, arc sptak I. highly of her beauty*,.The treaty, it is stated was solemnly signed bJ' 'f
4 I: ,;:t., waajcanjing'upon'the! rail,: rep) a in :llrm and living.' lie had written to his friends for funds, |I receiving remunerating prices; our country b The Savannah papers >5 Generals Canedo and Santa Anna; while the Iai- '

I'' j- 'k. audible H'we; ; t'Uavor honor." All ,eycs"were but not deceiving*any, he determined on self-des admired, respected and envied abroad, loved and and model. She is V. |be,commanded' '. '. by Capt ( ttrwa at Havana, subject to raMficatioabj dI.J

'. ., pow djrcctfid! .townrds hirn,4 antl:.thcrc.was I truction. We know nothing of the individual l,,' cherished athome, and the.pcople without lookr BtASKEXSHU .; Court of Ma'drid, and by the Mexican af soon 2 1

I *-c than usutl qirietin i the,court roonu lie, and only gathered the ab. ve"'particulars from ing for remote can cfjll gratefully remember d .t I ho?shall be firmly seated in the Dictatorial dbir'.

i i'i< ",! continued ; ,,' > t ,i some of the daily-pipers; but the fasc suggests. the good pilot who weathered the storm,-La,: f3 r,Commo q !' "tin. guilty fefAe brought againstme. considerations. I Coutfer. .' :1 it.is said, organized the
\ > Jot charge some important g the English with his spbndetl team.YaclitXrtJ j jStar. on western '
1.1 1{ ; 1 I did not caase fhij deat.li of my wife. Tho 'I. : I shores of Cuba, destined to carryix tHoustu '
., 1. Wbyis1ttha$ so manyboys are suffered admiration is expressed at nersrze 1 +f
; : : : wiJesseg'agr( n tin: sn-orc tcf falsehoods.) Mywifo's Unbounded Spanish troops to Vera Cru#, :wh*re t her are .
to to
gro\vupfjn our
without .
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? i! J: r:.. ,. :. feelings wcrerwp3ght) bnvby.'nei'/aUicr.I .- I knowledge of thcvraeans country,an honest livelihood a practical\ ? '-.THE ANCIENT CITY.jJt&gS .and maniticcnce.MIt, ; ,Exceeds in spjcndor 1\i support |the emip d'etat which Santa Jftria has .:

.Ii I ; ,,; 1. do;rjot dejUy1 Jhat there !b a9 bxicn differetifces bet ? Itrothcrwords) ,nrhy are ot boy all boy, tveywherc : the"Quecl1'a 'Ya'ht. A public dinner has beep resolved to attempt S .
kne r-I iicrer rliscd m/ han to S It j likewise ted that the '" "
'eenwp. taught to vork/: Is there disgrace 1 tendered him by the Mayor Southampton I assef departure of IHo' Sexpedition
4 ". her Inless provoked (o'kuchlk degree, that I dklnftt 'in being able,* from etnly education,any"to earn an _> A h' will be the signal for a general insxiri -* '.
I knOvf ,.at:1; was abpit Fronji the Ursttlay SEVENTH !nJS. i rcctioivon the Islind. Th Oubana
bnst'1i1ng by the labor of onels hands, when THE FF I aro.tt'sI
l t'
of OIm\rril"gc until her.dcatb I rtcvcr knew that'; not to let capital a chance '
slip, without
i attj.
fche was1 goin; to depriv herself of,icxistgnc'e. ,,, lug their emancipation ; and if wfe \
injury to their children and to the may eTe ,
**0n tho evening of the 23d of Dteember; lIitt -, nt large tfiem community How, Esq., Superintendent of the "Report of the i I reliable! authorities, the movcmtn.iU tz '
by Raising apd thrusting them ;
,ton U/thokpuso for'iue I cl collect up limiaut.I .
camo ; jn't rf 6ut the Superintendent of the Census for December 1.j ,
"poh wo'rld unprepared to earn a f
1 th our and J fpitnd py \ay td thfc inagisjrato's tent1nbsistcncer their sons too.goo11 to compc-work t.Alasffor 1852, to which is appended the Report for Decim.ber i A gentleman who had the best opportunities.
u', _1B't l'.asked "Wha"I.i the.m..tter. 'Squire I of:acquainting himself with the secret drift fclfthings '
I want of. correct viewk on this subject, '--"-'-."--""" ." ::1, 1i 1," also the following Ebcntafr<-f
PI'1YY.Iatd J..1u uttert4,t nbulvJnngu\ c. inCuba,and%!IQ pdBcsecathjSconfii? 'e
I j and of pseil'honorablc employment hundreds. or FEDIRAL4XUOUTS ,AD DTE1LM1NE.) for which return tlianks.t ______
4. pt talking EQVALIrT: co9anieci it we .our" .I l of lZO emcnt1 writes? 'lar told _
l' \. l\w. itM j 2l. ; 41 l g..u4ir Ud'I'I.: : r WtltfpfetJt? '

I r?;'* ,J S' 1' d' rCq t.r .do'esjjottiroposff.to..; -
";'i>''-'ri:; T'I i Kfx J $ :: ',: 1tencctoi. : : ,( {.,''. .; t t '. _
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',\" ,ha I : ," t,iomit cV 1' h 1.\im1.4: .. e' WU! 1\l y' ;. .-It' 'Saturday&& Jfcft Jnlr.A'Otlf,ty-:*,.1853.2:_ .'"-,-'.', .,./ .: '. 'CENSUS OJPPK3E": : l-.b 'Snanisht ,
iiI ib41 ) indjDspcciallf young men complain _' then.1'i/ ;"
1 /,, n 'u11" It.lan t9O.f.c ',; fllen { t -. .1' -r
t. ant ih bniTJn t :Jt'ia certainly'hepisjwthtng -- ." y4 'r. -WAscGTON, Jtig2O18"frri S -
( means
rr ':y -S + -- \ '''
j d i1bcr m.parttcut&r
J P iJ1 ..fgf tLt ,ol ( ;11
to jje dopc- be- r J1o'ed : o following circIa'letter'jg I :prepare*!in anfe'svjre'r -
:. Jt..mij at4- *.t LtnehaU pro OSedtnt: \ qQeus not > ; Wo4GrowIhg *iiy1rlnIa .
I : '. .tnt."Wire' 'fa' 1 W 1\Sh p' b's :Gtjl t"l cl\usctth s oppcnrngtt: for,P1 in i! ut:'U' is. last, ,'W fchY' did not'tlisc ver'pItil t.c. latJUotii i :' to tho numerous inquiries made att tlisofficqrnregard4o 1-'''e are ajg graUffc4 to,obserjre: that! |he pfefe','$"l!
cither too io work. That the of the .Censusft ,
btp S arc lazy artic rl tite t .dgrOCL- .
: : Jt s a.LaUt. \'.Jr.ltoIJ m 1 { selling ji ipor_ tQ progress 'tcs and,iarmersof the old Dominion are %3p
: : I : to me i at kO b t.u: titn," t11.ow ._. als| Xueaiononncted wttl{ false'yieVsof Wejrcpubjish' 'IT1.jt oorrectly.l'* '-t 4 -r.... 0 .. '\ 1. ThQ}derailed. staliatiQ s ,of the Census will upon! makjn; thcrnscfrfca practically m(1fr,5l'tuncioritravcarnest ,??

0 V 'If idmcianchpjyi Atid itfcther tipaKSaroity. } theft own impprpnCfeelve| \'lead.them to con- ,..ti ., f' "' _' ,J" 't I 4 make a quarto .voluino of about l,COO pages, and ucnt A .' ,. ,
j I I Jil. fet & C tj JDYAUSC1"1 for cliidQ tnat-honest W&ris tfegfradiny. .Ye s, Hegrabs' *- '.-CclcJrnUo" i 01 .tI.ac" :I'o __ tb... will completed and published bcror ,thc meet- > 4n; efibrt ,$Hi'la'I'3 *1. .
J ; citi&fef itM. '' ; thougihcfwill not often speak out 'tTheinnivcrsary 1"0' or ( nnmM., 'ic S +r( S. *
t : l1i. ',1 ? u" iJJ I .I u 14 t iL ng.n"'t"! tt nge. ont1ii1 th'ul thisis thc||feeling. Td ,soil'their'finttl lo tnc'whblcbody.6f[ the Americiri'Pcr f.iS.. The statistics of Manufacturers, of ilortai-! | Wool is ono of( the ri1it staples! which-hs5pegUfcted 'it'
'. n ''JJt tht tet'1M'officers handa.and.dirtylhcir.iinp unpaid- I .i been ordered be printed, in
:; GQ j tyjietc.'ha'vernot Icon | inYJns101* {rom Vira(4 m.i.'
; A tvoopto,which they paunot submitthciir;pride, redolent with memories of patriolisuianjit :
: :I Ik, h 1i Q., !l 1f av* * I;, 1 pQ 1.1 teverx thing peaceable will"not allow it ;.lience they are jattier top often ready braver -a day which brings 'mind hallowed ,made another volume of the same sizcs! I i. most a.monopoly of this fewential article..What : I
'i tq. e1 IPon thtfbed with a ci- > to rcsprt to lnOt'an course than go'l t. A 'dcll of valuable matter will remain '
I : : 1 associations. 'of the glorious struggle of,the great they have fciledltf! atfpply has becm*
l honestly tp tvprk. Inalithis 0 thtir.is a radical ortbe (
{ .t the opposite side of the : tbe unpublished material Census,
among nished and SsiithAmeiea.
jy pain :.
; 4 k 4 / .' : (TeeUhge i, and I will tell eJrorhtch: jn mosl! cases inay bo taaced to the past\, and' fortifies'tho soulagainst. trembling' an; !mixed up,with'much that cannot be, relict} upon; I occasional supply from Gejinajtiiand SubaJlPJL "

: 1 )0 lB. .d tot A1r.lying, .irtflpencp ofjarly.education.' The* parent was; tipipations of the1'uture-w ccfebratedin thee 4. The office" i* always happy to receive *any I Virginia flu .stood, asldey iwdjlcnt th; wet
I th: '; n.11Wd.. .?l iei f Why p'crhaps spme thfrty-seven and a half cents oetterpffthaflWsneighbor -t. "An ent City"wil 'untist1i1 ecfafc Ut 10'o' lock views or suggestions in relation to the. 'matters, r dtifrivable, from the growth' woprabsappropriated ,

j 4 l f 1t t1lcers. a.\U,h.ve &n. ".hence jic, weak man, fired the of the Census *' : '. .' UCFJI.
i : a gun was from public s'qarea.sa ?5gn4lfor by her neighbors. But 1nw
I fLersne1 What .avo done'l \tfas leoftc supebsitbat son was only suitqdfor'some B. DE BOW ;
S D. Superintendent.YITJI
s pniqg .
has been ppcned and
"and 'S bojdly that :
of'the half Preset I
thc we
"ld' t JTa3.dM_: in both ;: profefsion, or, at the very lowest, to"go assembling citizens; by ..- ,
S '
l I i u1dS jIilJ1. to into some b.usmesst as it, is usually termed pasV'lffA'thf Court House was:thronged fwithabrilliant G \ WEGROESa" State "PI s\io.ftly'rank anjqng.'W $ iD: ( r. .
I i 3; K:r 1arm P. ;icr ir.r TRArDL nishing W091 foe the marts of th< 1tt 4 .
that is stand behind cut J
some counter tape
j ? ; I.' tiSftffl teou1d.pot.Kjf oj and. If 'It was -and to calico. And this in the estimation, andex'pectant audienccv ', mopg,wbom, TiiB.SrGH special grac! ,we were permitted an satv, yesterdayjnprningv.& sample ctl .t (

: ut Ii e e %Td4$.eWte,"'* I ttcc1"I\cr what ;measure tnd.rndtherthe; last nor the leawasTg< assemblage examination of the,volume of laws passed by wool, fjrown. in this SUtp, tht ft. ti
J.' \J' ,:>' .n .,,faW: moments, she : plrjhje.o'er-fond and dejuded parent\ is "more cur '-.
;r. or.tho fair of our city. Tfie Declaratfori ,market frcj8 to'{0 ceng| ,
any per
i j ,n aKt oto'jail while restpc |attjjeVt than the various ban ijcraft pursuits ; f *' Jjegislature at its last sessioivhere;is some wonderful -

; : IT.fe X' r P"..: wi ttii; tojthc hop to see the cOU-ntr if"JJowl5poh the face' of the earth of Ihdependenqe.was read bJiCo G. trClrnlt: lcgisl Uon, tQ-be foiitt1ure, and.a.< wehzts' also !looked* ""uover irules some of samplesiof Kichmond 1t ii erino" *

I'' ,.1 vJ1 doii'tbere,. 1she'Yent.lDto the back' ditl'1t" ,vct e Wtf11ie h ieaBs of men that it \raiJmote. after( the conclusion of which'}!r. \V.S.,DPXAUJsoxsiing t3' Heard thd .lhsyes"netimesay' uT our 64ents( twenty in thwmake.thecro.,wej grolt'i11n
'\ o f'fh i' i I: went into sp lq'td'sta 'd.bj a counter tbu1"bj.a' Thift ".: : :
my wn, my natitA fcriu?. > laic "jit that at such rates'he could not, in >
fa. and wbrkbjwh:to'3rieasuratcloth than make the courts, "iynorancefoftlKG facusciTna man engage a i
: $ a e tI1 l9!.ed: !oot1 rdC'I\VIII"1f pistol'b1'CAtllIn, ; coat-r-'to slwyo nqtcs ihin 'to shave mbcrl- S.5T.GEORGERbr.ERSJ 'Esq., then i rO
!! I ,, h j How wecannoj imagine.% Out ipon such ninny. an Oration filled} with those curidus" ant to play ttha .g od Samaritan and*'p 91iilitS upon wool growing merely as an experiment,
- v.additional : and has hundred and
t i lfli.ri ? t qmrtng earnestness, imi.'say we! Let our sons Pc.taught that idle accurate Cicts relative to ,the nimortalto.cidimortcd dajJ U .; -' ". J only one seventy sheep i im'
I Itt 4 I is disceana thatno rna 'ha:1 a righf.to "" : ; ( Q :fUT :- his: flock. t For thiiscLSon's clip. he recciTca
I an.d inl a.irCiij oni |on ,T I had t 'live uportitp common stek witho4tonfribitinghiJiare ; / t it tTiall not be l( ?PfatJrfln/pehoP.lt"imw1f about $330. He 'bfon ,ed us that he had one <

,' ,V' : }hlcouldiiotparthriMn o PT14 1 /htyt for meMt cn. that wo on:1 to ,\) 69.PJ1Qt' of thwhol -: ana then i ice interest;to Jhc narrativobfanevcnt "deeply ;' agent, serrant or ulare o sell or git !. hundred J Jambs, .for salefor whi h the butcher j

I 1 "Whatever were size was let'cadi and' 'eryman "lay w_'. tntl, do some- rooted in a peoples memory. 'At'the the con u- S tinou \ \to fltfJro." had repeatedly offered $I per bead but thai a*
man. 'itriy' feeTing? ; my r any Spirttoii or liquors any !
F' friend And1 her* [After a pause] TIt evening \ 1liiti:. useVufto:! himself and others,,:: If heicannot sion p.the Or lion, Mr. DOKALDSOU sung the,patriotic ".icithinthixState in quantity ,Any.per-- they wtre full blood.) Merino, jiehad sold most 7
do ?Mt:) him do 'tllaf outlet hnhi idle any of them at $10 each, and expected no difficulty J
she said he Htiftaid.( :I did riot.'liarrassI. 1 ; \ :* .: **, .
: Cjlum2.da. < '
knoIci1ge. WrrtrvER! i hut always usefully employed$ then havrflUnoti spng'lraii r' i* violating provisions: of thi Acf sKdltsuljet t fin selling the remainder at ilie-s p'Hce. Mjtt

{. heJings. hover chi'riRhcd" tiy feeling of, ill-will oh hate to i belotanxious to hurry himself! ou\ofuys- world,. A!salute;;f- 81 guns* was then ,fired from the "1m. to indictment and upon contiet&it, I this rite his proQU for a singlto ear will befrotfcj;

S Uid to Gunk it'is. St. C. public and the festivities of the day $TO $lao-upV: one'h I1IJ4 134 iI1IIIj"h' ,
\\&talibjbbdr. My dfater has been. i rincicfslnAU -l as some pretend" Louis$ square,. ', U fined not exceeding one hundred; jottartt, or ..+-
4 'I1TOC4t, (. ;,.;: # off with mucH spirit. ; .1. &i.c. VJaKireauyscoss '"
niiiPriK dealings
:' :1. i. .nlo, : "noncfttTl ( ray <_ 41 fmnritoned'hot. ut'eeJll1l4re .wontAsia4thij ,Mkd>- ,
Iq tiqf'lUJ ijc n soldior, a sailor, and tnpIotthe ,4y ',-i. :Jfo accidcntjoccurrc'dto roar the J Jmony : 1 'i" rV"u.2 .
> .i..1 i ;. i.i1, kf'
: njyarto i ,world, and lid:)ihanfearf! t : I\ h l ( na ,. and_. oCtne'pccasron? _.. 't 'I 1 t '
?lSSytSfi'ITir \'fro ftJ} 4 rTnjureia"brJina; a'spite" "",: 'Gcnera1 Don GrcgorioMefcndcz, the war-like! : enjoyment .. ._. /. 'Ac I/ #l _iHf*% f' : r

r*' : Against Kim? [the interest in "thepari'ation on chief.of the Juichcteco Indians on the Isthmus -4.RAITS. '."f from gicinq their oisn slates tptritous or : mm ies inaijtowm pa fOfpd
t7#: the pjfcrt ofthfa.JdicneCseemed to increase with Tvhiiuitepcc, is dead. The l-o dd Comerdo, It .Y toI i attention is noW'being paid to G rowthof IN

I I : : evcry, Ruccessivft sentence:] I reside in Wnsh-I of Vera Cruz, staCes that {ibeovcrxior, ot'Oax3.ca THESE has been grckt drought.throughout tIt "rowaN li'ior. ,: upon the poorer lands of Fairfax and Pri

I It ington,: joutli I associated with friends now attended his funeral-that there1 was somethingvery I country the past season ; but lately we have been I Our Grand Jury at'the 1 last term of the Court William, and the business is steadily incrca mj

.. graybeti.1eI" and not One lady or gentleman can misteribu in.his death'and. ; that the Governor :.visited with several c showers, to the great relief .certainly like ourselves,) could! not have known throughout the whole Piedmont region, tontharper's
that Daniel T. Woodward would himself to ascertain the of i Ferry to the North Carolina WelfUt
I!! 4 Fomefonvara and say busy cause of tation. Planters in our vicinity are 1 of.this law,-for if they had and followed their
re i ( not that even in the tidc-watar sections OJ
'1 ever dfd wrong thing to any |[amily, or ladyt or it. i
i J'11.'r any qpe's sister. If I had killed my wife, I would This Mclehdcz has for a l long time ,been .the I busily employed in planting slips, and we may j I oaths! they assuredly' could have presented per- I of our State the growth of wool will be found ,j

\1 s I' acknowledge in .thi? face of the world and of chIef ofa l'O\\'crfull'art.r on the Isthmus and reasonably; expect an abundance of potatoes sou fur its dftily violation! in our City-who is : profitable.-liichi.ioml Despatch. 1

'I :,:;. God, |p(whoin I JJ'ct ( rgivcpess.: I stand before has, by force ofarxns, resisted tha power of Mexico -" which will Jin a great measure compensate for the j there in town, that does nt know'.that liquor i i'I 5kI r Destructive' Fire t-Baltimore. .

,,1\ your honor ana Jtyforc Goq an innocent man. for the last ten or twelve year Some years short; ;b'f corn occasioned by the drought. 'I hourly being soFa anti 7iren to negroes bOnd'anI
testified I the Mexican Government laid crop. 'I About half-past six o'clock yesterday evening !
: f I. :' :ft'Oiiif.tvitaeRses" : lascly against mc. ago a prohibition '* j -'- -__. I free H S '
; I ', did nHjkiipw) them.' 4 ,. on;the manuHicluro: of salt in the State ofOaxaca, i THE B2KAT. I r a firs broke out iit a new four story brick storehouse :fI
i f! ." i "IfIwereaguflty.tn&n-I have'the heart of a whereupon Mclendcz put himself! at the head of r I While on this subject we will in. the same pa- 'I ,.on the fast gi 1cofUroldwaynearThun k{

'j! 4-t my failings be whatthey may, would I I the Juichetcco Indians, continued to make and HAVE wp not reason to. regard ourselves :j trio\ic spirit givelo our readers uNo. t 2." i iI ; I strict, which has recently been f>uSU by Messrs. ,4

., I I cd 4Torard, and, in the presence of my God convey salt into the interior of the republic, and blessed by! a kind Providence in tempering the I Whereas: Under the existing law it is the.'\ u- I Strauss & Bro., wholesale and retail grocers aad. ,f

:: of' and.1m. acknowledge the crime. resisted successfully the military forces sent intense lic4$ of an almost torrid sun by the genial torn of many: persons to ,give to their negroes I provision merchants. This building was entirely aI

; I! '1'-pray your.honar to grant; td tins man who there to stop him. Finding 'that he was too breeze fropi the Ocean. Every day; with rare j written permit to last for one year' [or as is,usu-I destroyed together with a three story brick,; 1

: i !, :; J Ktanls*>beforc you a new trial: Do not let that ttrong for the weak forces sent against him, 'he I the I ally.termed a standing oribni to buy spiritous li- t adjoining on the wrath side, owned by Mr. T1 ns--". i
:1! t! I. I flag'irhlch;'has waived.over my;hcad in suffering, established small. republic on'his own hook,keptan exceptions! the trade wind come in from | quors. And whereas such negroes hlvinrist.\l- : key Hal occupied as a sailors boarding hooss; ..1

t I hunger And thirst, waive over me now as a con- 'I anny pf several thousand warriors constantly Ocean with; the regularity of the "Doctnr;" l by i "ins orders at thd places where liquor is sold, and a two; tory brick adjoining on the north si
I II .' L i I dcmnpd' man.. I: have travelled under the Amcri- under arms, refused to pay taxes to Mexico, and which name, it has been often called, cooling the I "can and da buy liquor in any quantity and. at i by Mr. George Prestman and occupied by "

1{ ; : can ijag, n.nd'rodo upon the wavc at sea, but I from the advantages of liis position in the gorges atmospherp and rendering a summer residence I ":mr' time to distribute. among other negroes : I Mr. Win. Brfan as a tavern. f t.'
J :. < t., 'have ytt to suffer death as an Innocent man. I and defiles of the Cordilleras, defied all attempts "Therefore, S I II From these the flames werQ commnnicate, |
f'J : J :} I neverjjlniew what it Was to be considered a criminal on the part of the. vernment to exercise jurisdiction -!,I here delightful, .while our fellow-citizens in the SEC. 1. 72 it ,for-, Thttfl'om and after the by falling cinders to the roof of the southern see- C

;4 j f., ; -' jt, I and h,Tetny lifo 'plotted against bj wicked in that quarter. Int1851 he mado a des- northern cIties, are sweltering with extreme heat. I of this: Act, it shall not be lawful for passage -I tion of Fell's Point inaraet house.which was also Sj

i' ;:\,;; I pprv. >.nsuwho have been the cause of the deatH of cent on the city of Tehauntcpcc, and, after rout- A J large number of deaths are reported in the cities to to or mulatto written any''person j I completely consumed.(' The heat from the bum- *
L' ';J' ,;' ., I my j fevJ !They'sold my ,wuV's clothes nt public '1 ing the gBrrison, burnt every thing that was of Plnladelphia, New York, Newark and permit to purchase any, at negro any, one time, a a quantity i inj; of the market house set fire to saveral frame J
I'L I : Ralejtodmy propertyand afterwards contrived combustible and retired. He showed great friendship : buildings on the west side Broadway, and at'
f'I :from de sold!;' I of spiritous liquors yreater than one quttrt, wider
'I i Brooklyn, "coup .
'I I I ga1Istin-Lire.. \ for the Americans who were engaged in the 1 the time of our writing, (about half-past1eight
j ,:: ': 'Qh, God Pit is a hard case. God knows thdfaiings scientific survey of tho Isthmus, and expressed a I j -- oo- II' the penalty of being indicted in thc.Circuit Court, ': o'clock) the fire wa gradual yextending west
I conviction thereof be #
ICOLJi..1'F.EUR.. and fined in
'" .I : "' | of human nature. We can't know thing strong desire for annexation to thc United States. on a sum pot j wardly towards Bond-street. A number of the ?,

Ii I ': .a t tboniyEteriourw find out I tell you, judgo, I He was a true republican.: 0. Crescent.A W& takcj pleasure in calling the attention of the more dollars than at the twenty-five discretion dollars of the, nor less than ten I( buildings composing the square bounded b"-j :

I L II! ': ,. '. should bo afraid to stand up here and open m.- 4 9 o -- public, tothe; advertisement of Mr. D. J. DuuKEXCE i Jury. | Broadway, Bond, Sluk pear and Lancaster #

i I ': lips with falsehood upon them. I fear not death. Fortunate Iaii. proprietor :of this.Ferry, which will b' 'SEC. 2. That any person who shall tell!to any t greets, are frames and it is feared the flames will ;|
; It has.no terrors, to tills man. I feel that it woujdbo From the time of-Virgil to the present day, I negro or mulatto spiritous liquors in quantities I not be arrested uijtil the greater portion of them
t '; I a stigrna on my grayhe dcd mother to say that many persons have contended that there .is no found in another ohunn. A meeting of the greater than one quart under an order from any 1 are destroyed. S mOn ,S

: : : l h'cr. son-died a crimutal [Tears cama into his such thing ns luck, that after all,,it is the good Board of Bounty Commissioners, will be held pesoh. shall'suffer tIre. same penalty as is now the cast side'of Broadway the fire spread to *. -

eyis/and.t this point they who ahpiost breathlesMy pilot who-weathers the storm. next week!for the purpose of arranging the rates I prescribediny\ law, ngainst persons selling liquor I roofs of nearly alj the houses 'bct\vcen. Lan <

S ,hung upon his iswords,appeared deeply toII Whether from'good luck, or good management of said.Ferry. The rates nOon record are i! to negroes or mulattoes: ProridedthotrecerTJiat !IlIac and Thames-street and when we left tIie-
synipathixe with tho prisoner.] And my mister's it is most certain that the career of the statesman I very I the protwon* of fhU Act IJ/'alllt t extend to orders : scene of destruction it was making still further

II heart, .tofoWd be sq wounded if Dan died asa j at the bead of our government has been one unbroken old and itmay[ be deemed requisite to make a sent rIJ white9persons far any quantity of i progress and bid fair to destroy. ,several houses

,. .m\irdcrcr., It*,,is* too hard. I pray God to show I chain fortunate results. His political revision of them-they are' from the year 1842, Ili'lUor.for- their own use. ;a.sor Broadway fronting on aames.street-
i'i_ 'k., I
1 J.t. .4t-/ia I"t ." life in the State of New Hampshire was a succession a great portion of the time since, their has beenno We have carried out our good intent and pub- The fire companies of.the city were all promptlyon

tb2.t I am an innocent man ,My Wife'4t. of triumphs, until ho voluntarily laid down Ferry.! We'willfpubUsh; .the rates'as' lished these law and thus brought them to-the the ground, and labored manfully, but owing
ferolltwdroVohcrto dcstruclion.- She
j 19. 4 *ihcojsl4 not' ln' elp,?.",\.' SheknewIdo ",ihp general highest government;offices ,and'at a refused tfmo of others life>,front hen most the they are rfx d by the C County CpmmissioncfVai: notice of those' more interested, -it tiins'tjistreiid :to.ab us tit..IDle"breeze n&tul'_,bloF&S.1 ,4the tirnj-. and **
nver ''c uiq wronglf' knew' "hit I ,was men arc content with the fame of State Legislator, its proposed meeting-in the"meantime we con- Th don i-\'ib'pum rthetr yiotations; fo'arrSsfthe pitigresl'Sf'Q'fta WU. we, :

abqut i or county Court Judge. When The war was. gratulate the 'travc ling public on the improve -we have done our duty, and cori'cfudl'l/ytcau-/ ccssfuU -- t 1 "

4 ftlit! is possible, I pray you to grant mo a new I declared,volunteered as a private, was elected meet estab'liphed by our enterprising fellowcitizen tioning ourneighbors to beware "Xo. 61 and It is stated that & few. ,minutes before the fir ':
,and the ,; God. It
(rial, leave case Almighty Colonel, and bsforc his regiment
la1&har was appointed BWgadar General. TheT'tr'
a -* oo- I of warehouse from one of the workmen who
I would I .
which have
iw&5jbrought against me, nothing being he returned to life I I -4-r--
over; again private ; 'E are gratified to learn that the lion. Cure or,8iiu Stroke. J had been engaged in fitting It up, and it -!
: t'' ,lo.say1. in! defence. I would say I did the whence in a very short time, he was compelled j :
: I act; andrpray God to forgive me. Jhcro was no i to bear the democratic flag in a Presidential I W1LUA \\.A. FOim- RD, the present Judge of the The New York Times', in some remarks upon i j! thought that some reckless incendiary, had enter- bi

\ soul :'fa the house to my knowledge. tliink it contest He had positively refused the use of Eastern Judicial Circuit, will be a candidate for this disease, says: S :i'ed it during e day and set it on fire as soon as

1 c'" was fhut up. 140n': *know how it occurred, unlc ; his name for tho office he must have been as the same office the "Tho treatment of coup do'soldi should be !;i the workmen had left. Messrs. S. had just ecn i J'

,: U| 'she d trojed hcrsejf. [We here noticed much astonished at his nomination, as the friends at ensuing October Election. I prompt and simple Cold! water, in affections of i!: menced the occupancy of the buildings, and. it of* 4-
: many:of the auditors In tears, occasioned by the of Gen. Scott were at his election. lIe has filled the station for the time he has occupied tHis kind, possesses surpassing efficacy, though i: stated had several thousand dollars worth II

Eoluninitydf the scene and sympathy for the The election under such circumstances it with dignity and abilfty-we aim not to much depends upon its sudden as well As upon I I goods stored there A frame store on the north
in view of the awful by a I side of Broadway, which was among nose partially ,
1 its
prisoner sentence shortly to ;
timely application. S
F.1ir I .
fwjf Judge it is not in
majority go overwhelming and with the aid of I accordance with I
burned also owned and occupied by
r be pronounced.] I honor to consider ; 'UV'herefore while
pray your States never before known to have cast their our own taste in such I some one goes'for a skilful II c
.4 a'ewe do
: myjcaEser-to retject, not fojrmy: sake in particular, I II nor we believe I! physician put into immediate practice the following Messrs. Strauss & Bro. We have as yet bcos
votes for democratic candidate

t t .:, but/or,th.0 sake justice, and for the sake of my I It idency, was any calculated to for the Pres- it'would be any gratification tot I him-but we i directions, and, in all, probability, the life of unable to hear any reasonable estimate of tbt f

1 poor bio t mother and my sisters, and for tho Kikeof might hare mad the most surprise sanguine any of his man.friends and I. may.at the same time,be pc/mitted to remark, that the patient will be saved, viz: Place the:patient I damage, or to ascertain what insurance there i is

I i I' pld.-acqaainUnces' who hive known me Herein dread a violent and tonny administration.What we know few'men byhvhose\ hands the.scales of!i in a cool and airy situation, with his head and I on the property destroyed. .tI
I Washington. Whil learning a trade and I i shoulders elevated and I Since writing the above the flames havbeen
in fact, is the state of Justice will be likely to be held with j some onq is removing Wl ,
: f 1 grogiP to jn$ bQ jo person could say public opinion in I more equal his cravat 1 arrested without having extended so far as
shirt collar .
" 'I 1 I 4wooqt was; done by me. None can regard to it t Day by day we look over the I I 'pofse. I j and removing or loosening whatever at first apprehended. The loss>however*is very
columns or the Intelligencer And Republic at 0 else that may tho destructive .
, -- 1 i I be tight about his severe and this is certainly one of mast>
I I py Washington, and nearly every other' l leading E.9 WE see by the last "News," that the the head. person, dash suddenly < Jod water tires we have had in the qty for a long
f There was an interval profound silence of I > on This be done with
t : may [a pitcher -
whig press the country, a daU is calm and Hon. '
THOMAS time. Baltimore American 3S vlt.
)' I j : 'Mv'oral n\lnutos duration, and all''eyes'wcre now quiet Occasionly will be a candidate at or any suitable vessel t held'at some little dis- _

F dii tcdf to Judge Crawford,. who, haying taken because someJunker great expectations are entertained i at the next October Election for the office of ". tarce abote the head, pouring out upon i it a large -----.4 .. S
'drawer a sheetof manuscript,and filled a or sociate Justice" ofthe and steady stream. There are three things a woman cannot do-& 4
burner, has reccive$5i p'etty office which it i Supreme Court. The le--
,. Ii frQiDre18 processilcd to sentence the prisoner I alleged gives s%,t much dissatifaction; that the? gal attainments of Judge DOUGLAS of ."Mustard plasters may also be used'over the pass a bonnet-shop without looking ;-*-.to see v ,
: are an acknowledged "
: i owinglnngun.ge. lIe was very Crouch administration Jid the whole democratic party high order and his upper part of the feet, and on the wrists! But baby irishout kissing it and ta admire piece
afibctedvh3fi cKschaiiging'this paihful'butmcumbent.official general character continue the water and the
are to be killed r the rebound.So patient must be saved. "**
I? dutjfaU emotions' at fiine .nearly fidence seems to be felt in the correctness much con-of as jurist, is such as to qualify him to do honorto It js hardly possible to speak too highly of the of lace'without' inquiring how much,it wasyarO. .

I 'fb 'hTl uUeranw, and:siDk *him, to shed" democratic' measures and principles that here in the'station for which his friends propose him.. beneficial influences of cold water in the treatment _>. -" 11S
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; : tl .rr-1 i }: this city, wjiara' the party has, been always-run k' --I 0 ._J of coup de soleiL Many violent cases of this, ;; 1 .

." \ 11' ..t,* HeriToHowi th.; sentence that-,the prisoner to the girth in every election,the simple endorsement 3f Four deaths by cholera were reported in, and also of apoplexy,hare been most successfully 1 :The meanest.mode of stopping subscription f,

:f < shall. be hung. otf the:124 of Septenibcr next* The of any man with a party nomination, istIL:4 New York last week .. cured physician byil J will As advise to after on treatment that subject, the"attending a for.' newspaper is t*' leave, it trio the ofBco ucnlI4.

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xs-zrfrjg Times of the24Ji tilt., I up. t- \' j '.' % ,. forward to you a bpttleof il.free; of:charge,in answer (o. its superiority, I doubt r ot, to sound and select 4T .r' I
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Jlorses that arp snng built are not always fast to. ,a letter intimating your .readness to accept materials,and to that peculiarly accurate method of | "- : ." iltt'I' f
I received test 'evening: from:, travelers. It is no* easy matter to select fiorscat ir. 1-', ./ distillation which leaves the heavierami 'less volatile THDcspccf fully solicits tlie: attention of his \ ,
- % Js [ tIt Is noV scarcely one Biric< 'I hnve essential 1 fJUb friends nnd the public gf'ntral.lo his stock "\ "t1" .
we are'informed of the appointment perfect iri all points. Snug and toughho year preparedan oils both o{tbeIarlty? the nerry.behmd Rcad ITIadc \ *"'* I .
Government Directors jaj 'the 'ws arc.not fast qn the road. I The fastest ( distributed{ my SCHIEDAM dts exclusively Jot in thejtill.' This also is sufficient account for the- 101 >: Clothing! Editable for the .
4 medicinal ptfrpose* yet within thnt btief p'riotlJ refined of season ; a portion of which has .been made up in :,- '
rUa : wrfcan. Ri&wayfi'Thei trotters are not;always made forcry hard eer"ra ; aroma thia above other gins; but in fgardtof'he 1 '
have received numt'rou51t'u"r Hoth from this city; and for style"and durability workman- ,; ,v. ',
physicians special qualtw-s of th Italian 4
Chinhr Juniper ueny,
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JaZ ,.Wjlmot, I : and ship fs.inferior to none to be ,found f, .
_' *"" patients testifying to irs really extraordinary of wh.ch.the manufacturer epeak 'in his circular! jn an ;, 'r .
.ndmmef i '" ,' 't I I Crt ron TUE ?AJt-w; ; are inJcbtcd to efficacy in Uravel Incipient Dropsyand affections of 1 havf no chemical knowledge,nor wherein us lighter The, following comprise a portion'of the'stock ; '

,. r.of th'h Capbun.llcnry :II Hiu-man. of this county, pays the Kidneys and Bladder!' generally also in Dyspeptic oil diflVra 'from that of the Junipcru commu&i I Black Drap Dele Frocks and Sack*. ,v. *,' "" .
wio will b el the Jcflersonville (Ga,) Democrat, for the rono t. Maladies when, taken in proper juaniiies( as a Diet find,tha; the pure oil ofboth.polanzes.to' Ihl'l left,and Linen Duck Drill and Fancy Linen Frock an'd Sacks/ *,. JfL S
.. R ;rtjcpe.In owtnexionftvkh injr eff tual'cure fox the( Staggers: !Ii'akne Prink, anil ffpecially at dinner i is found by uniform yields, with hydrochloric acid a liquid camphor 'India Grass Silk and Brown Linen Sacks,*' :**. :- '
ift! exhibit \\vw expected'to ar. qonrj o'f' brandy Whisky, and (li'GIve $- experienceWo be emin'nily efficacious in Jhe inost This acid being in the stomach as a principal component Black and Colored! Alpaca/ Frocks and'Sacks, ."' *? .- t
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t. to 4a&t wttk one ounce >camphor in it and give fora :.obstinate cn sea, when even the; ben of the usual)remedies of the gastricjuice.probably creates this material Tants of Fancy Freifch Cassimere, Black Do' Skin:"* *.' 5 I

pc Ur1I n :("8 of the ISthlusMt losc one' gill. I j about two hours, after takuv' have failed to afford more than temporary relief fiom the oil,and renders it the valuable! diffusive Cassimere Black! Drap Dete and Spring Tweed .. _I,; "t'. _
_ iiiMkmi OIls should and I have no doubt that il would yield similar results stimulant for which it was formerly, and will proba- C'as imere. Wh.te Duck, Fancy Linen DrilfJ fogejther -. > 4\ ; ,
:," inbHri ine Cab1ehu been laid across the be taken preparation they will get up. Care with precision and certainty in your \vn professional I hl.J.V nrVfltn.M..U"U.'A rAn.i ..I I with a large lot of Cotton Drill Iud dock pants. ,i | > '; .
to them from water for t -
prevent drinking
iff found to work experience. I for servants wear; f'*'. -,
8. B, and eapitatty.from..tbe 1'. conseq-iemly regard Mr Wolfs "Schiedam' : I"
;' = ba&ng office At Plaster Cove tjveuty-four hours in which lime complete cure The Aromatic Schiedam Schnnpps is put up in Aromatic schnapps" as a valuable accession to our Vests of Black Satin Black Barathea and Fancy :? .
I will Iw effected. IJo warrants hi* receipt to accomplished strong bottles pints and quart, neatly covered nnd* 'pharmaceutical Silks, Fancy and White Marsailles, Figured and ,
o boj-Slxed,Uxihe Cnble there hanfffll agents, to eay nothing of IIi tom-
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\lj,; e. be completed a perfect. cure nine time! out of ten, Intu'llea.with myJhame fjubo' ed.on the bottle) also, paratrve innocuousness those who u=e (fistilledliqours ; Stripe( Linens. Also.a large Stock of furnishing. ; i
_t to-day. having scverafj'y tried i it successfully.Ifrom a fac'riniile of my sica'ature oa' tlie label Dna tny. sealI us a beverage To traveling the Goods,Hich as Stocks,Gloves SuspeudersCravats..*t I i.
Rteamcr at the l '
raf wa lOadiajjr .-, I I on the. cork,with an essay upon"its propertila.UDOLPHO : Southwest, where the best walrr frequently'produces. Collars, Shirts, _Stripe Silk and Cotton Seeks anti w. .
North for two o&Uirco davsjt *
t : :. .itkinJGingh mUmbreIiasetc.etc. *
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< Arrsiigeaieiils. ; : distressing and sometimes even .dangerous effects
I' ,.. na firfteJJ on Satjii'day bya'large I'. : Picolata 18 miles UMance jtoSt.. AtigustineAnxiVE Importer 22 Beaver street, New.'York.fcxtracts .. upoa persons unaccustomed to them I should think l -' f 10. .
'fasffr othdME; and gentjattMptpm Sydiiey and *. -UonldaysjidTh ;rsJiys; 11 A. dVErUTh.Munlya I j' it would\be a good w. s. DOLDSON.S : _
from the Yorli liudieal precautionary provition, as n S
T"i"H : New Gazette and
tnvJtationt f twXmmander '
% > vlio and W.dnl'tl'uyv' 12 M. : Jouronliof Health edited 'bfl.- Reese \1. D. counteractive or preventive of those effects,,when A'AVJXG determined to make St.: Au w-r iiDa. 1 .
: "tis entertained their guests with Cl..uJ.-: Pundaysnml Wednesdnyt 11 A. M Ii.-L. D..77. Broadwav. OctoberM.! '.1652:' mixed in moderate quantities. At nil events, it is ka his permanent residence offers lisa sevices lo.-W' "
ht .lJtb the courtesy so ellUhaa' i- : the purest possible niticle Holland Gin, heret9fore the .Ladies and Gentlemen as a Teacher ofVocaland ;
J ehV1ru nation. \\V A UV l H.'isB.\lENl': HOLLAND GIST AS AInour DI. ,I E. t t unobtainable nod b such may be safely prescribed lustrniiicutaY Music.iftiaiio S It'u. f
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Jpa. Ledger. publishes the following'Awxifaj : _. 'lat-t number we accompanied tlieJ>uWicntioniof pbyiicians, Fo,estuned an4 repaired.\, \ Office at theWantert .t. 'I
'I !L af Iorgc'* fl1, \fAJhiT *IA I ; I o circular on thu subject, from oar felfow-ritizen.[ |. DAVID I,. MOTT. M..!>? Jlotel. V ;

tiw p ir utuO of' ___ngte I .'F'' N )Jifc.. Ii' ;Udulplio) NV'olfe, t>q., wi'h a brjfe mnintary.ex. v 'Pharmaceutieal' Chemist. May 26th.- ,;S S I I j
vre.i ive of Sine June _':' w' :4'i" 1
J hate ,
t'1S. then we ,'Igut* t 3ntJ. ,
A- -
..0 .' s3f. ." ._ v. ., *. **' '-' Jr' ,
.n rlPP ur'i aftd,tb 1"[ with, r.w ra. r II" : :: i1 i-; ,P r 0 c.", -. f
q. \/1. .+ '... .
--J& \W4.
_ _____ .: 'ht f Xf.'lJ.n'.i ; i M'i 00 di"" bk': Cori1"edi, 'OJ .,u o't : rll'l lIt l.lle'' a ; HLT "Kupwu, r.ciari Dl.ab1..t11Jl8) .m
.J J tr.r ll I"P toS .gI1olUnt( !; itch ehow tbal AI. W.Iic's
1nhI ;c Ifnst or eelVe Afonlnlic 1 land known as 0,000 acres. fine'oD tL7Ea'1'la ,
.. of tM Baywhich'were! I l. \ lty t1lc ithh :. an "IlVt( 'n ,11'11 chit.lam Scfir'llpps 1 U wry extensively in Ue. _,., 1 1)R.i'.G) D(1Y'b1( :', .ofSt.John?River bEtween what Was fonnnlrkn'o S S I .,

______ ?_____ '_, They wrj forbidden to I .hll'rl'JiIt'IIi.- JjJl, 9Ih.. ili.tht' 'bnnd._ f pliysiqans tC ,)l*' preying itself J as-a, 'rjpAKEd pleasureln announcing to Invalids! ps Mures place opposite Pilatka 'slid BuenaiV sda' t

,on board? after ike. cutter arrived PJCO' A7A FlillRY.D"J. ; stimuiaiingdiuretic other wijh be this emlnrmly intent had successful been'tried', after in .JL lhepubllc generally, that the! nbnve popular put of a giant of IGOOOl1lcrti matft'Job&" .. J S
mediation Hu'ertos
the ,
being same 6,000 acresjotdlFrancia
were, driven out and not allowed tv pURREKCE, tho proprietor bPliilaferryi vain, In one ()Un-caseu thus repo'tcd.nbJotninal 1tlrfpy l and superiorly appointed ..establishtnent, formerly J. Mice, by John lIu Huertasyr-A/all land .. ,
nets that "were In the water and : condnctedby JAELEfox ( ovt.E.M. D.is nowjreia,
e haprocured an entire newHsct of hos been Mcrce! and the F .
, I necessity <> lappingaveiteil is claimed by me as guardian 9f C A Koup&&l. A vrcs.j S
0* 'anet hIJfl1jUt were i iJbpinvere Uunts and tuqtnnily keeps a dullicienf number olhnmUiapass +I ; and.in .a othtr.a distressing case ot gravd, dy for the reception of Patients seeking n restoration S f l\ft\RY N. A' IC + '''' r. S .

t tfaeiA MM tho bOO eta impelled to : ravelleisfaf every debcnp'ion cross ''S< c tt'dlmB been eniiiely removed' byMie pnssa4.f to health. All chronic aflecttom of thehu'mnn "8t .Augustine, May# 14h. 1853.. : 5._' )
0 U .thi' Bay wfeb a |trong head Xnntl l. and the Si. ;oljn* livfr, without delay. "t n Calculus ol con.-iJeruble size, >vhcli; is ascrbd kirjranit-msuccessfully treated at this Inojtitle.Dyspepsia I S .. '1\ f .

nt;* "1 op.Ar-t'onnt.oftbc hiavy Bea"' Tlie roa
..fired into by the cutter, and when and by t'ie intention dMrsif, NoitriiSparkman We know not the object of )Ir, Wolf i i. (1"lIio- Hemorrhoids; or Piles, hemorrhages, Amenorrh- Claret Vinef Bbl.QJr. 'Nic Hams, 10 ]K4 '.

liII'brt. compelled to cciont with(1\it 1 end others jtwjiiJje doujtoudy keptjngtwdnpair. Glint bis preparation by the singularly I uneuphoitionsnaine a-a, Dysmenorrhaxi, Fluor Albus, dental displacements Butter, 10 .Ixjxes Chtcse.2 J i Chocolate,'3,9o I Igrcss u "I', "
wdnotk4cwhowtot.. '; >)t'4ldchiinpp8"norof hi=* ilenuiuinntin' itnhUaJveriiseinent Affections of the Eyes and Ears, Totter, WaterS| Cases flue Cut tobncInthc1oiI.i.( '
iVi ous travelling between Tnllahassee nnd ,pt. the "concen ira ted Tincture y.rpile1a3nl1 all the diseases ot the Skin and ,
t _ er, hailctg no authority from the juniper Choice Principe &c., Begars.at Retaill fgMk"'I I .
4 'por ev tn tjyktrca|>r to curcrn. us ;- \ogiuune by passing, through l'i olato instead of ," instead of prp lunliug its aqcirnt tittle oflJoli Scalp, Scrofula DropsSyphilisand the liiidiseasesgencralIyeuralgia S. 0 '" B. E"C ItJ"qtJ j/
Jnc-kiwnviUeorl'fllaiknj! wilt save more than tinny! i land Jin. It 11 true that he admits it t u be ooihing' moral Sciatica! Ticiiysiena ?' k %' l I
made the 3.
EngHslt ,
fclt it May 21..i
f depend : "
to AOO the upfi yrerteli, humbling nOOlilib uiUfi. ami find .a much better |ioad. else than the latter article in its pure state unadulteintcd'hy Y\u'.C_____, ,, L .epilepsyor. ', .tOO. laiitng. n.1OUIourcux . ,

to the number orfo"ly vessel There are now permanent biddings on both sides IIOS GUS il rugs: 'onxj hence he' contradHlin sickness, Virtigo, Paralysis, Apoplectic tendency ft;S IIa1r Dfe. : ': J t- '
and i o/iftKltiWiiK'tn, lc. I was. oft, lie ferry (orviW ncculluu.n. ll.1 t ion of traveller) *, guislieels: from Gin of roimriVrce, neatly nil of which Asthma, JJronchitU :, Chronic inHamalton of *inproicd-lig'ii4jillair i Dye'tti.r VicapiulW' .. /
1_ II" U.J.DURRKNCE. as is well: known fo nnliufaciured |}ere and/Ifei I :
the stomach Anti and indeed amuck instantaneous ancf P .1* /
huicl' Bowels Atrophy being an pftrhianent1
: t 0ulr9th.lR.tt.! !) I \, :
1 where from inferior wKuky and refuse drugs. The ,
or: them I.ruul -. 'of .. L' every possible Tvno of chronic dcfteaswl action Dye and no 'trouble' See dlre'etfct'.Is.'Itbwarrlot-4w '. .
-w 110' V Une was I ;;:;; : I name lie has given it, I uwever may serve the purpose that is'curable and allJlttcanea- curable- e'd and if no( satisfactory t to be returned If.dieffj'Vl'-:
ttl.ith the others I cannot loadable : itu; ; : his article are if noorganic 'l :
; ( ;) ileplgnati.isr// as prepared exclusively for black .. 11 ,'.
; lesion be reAl'Ilt. timer or brown as desired. trrffr* ', : '
b4Ik M Jos tome I1/2. U. II. ArVllliKCJ, respectfully tenders medical purpow a, and thus cominejid it )jo physician I ,, l : S ", .9 t'.8.' L:; CAlRR? : ,fcV "
___J the ow us to mlllio'our iT1 to hU friends and ustomere, lul\4n. for whose convenience it i ion sale only by reputable The Parties Dcpartniciit is nndthielmlmmetinIe May 14, JS t 3.;, 5'* V: *K. I.< S
but ot fb 'onboard arTd supervision of that accomplished Lady, : 5 .
_ 'tits" o" cero thanks, for the cry-liberal support they, druggists npjthccaries. f '
erttel n i the'French Oommo- lure extended to him,rfnco the opening of his ,As r" pectd its medicinal nnd curative effects, we Mrs. JAKE MATTHEWS well known 10 tilt ole! Pa-" i ti TAMARINDS.Fig Paste.l'runes f,BitlenChoi '.$. ; S .'

_ "e' might thank or blame i store and :-informs them,,that his n'rrnngcmentf'I andervtnnd 'lii.n 'to claim unly thaiii, i U a pure and,: irons of thestablishment.. JBL Segars Tobacco, French Cordials 1 dniofrhickory .
It aU t *"for itoj ftegthe French from I Iirmn I lire such that'he will 't'irpugli the summer have relinhle article iT Holland Gin, ntid$ ns such worthy I The facilities! which tlei Institution offers for the NuiVAle, .Porter, CiJerWines,13raMy'/
____ Ow labflMferlast seafon, and hilt tjipirtiuMi I coming to hanU! regular, wtcklyfrcsh Additions of-cprfijence, of phyiicl n-*, i in tho!e di"ensl' for I prosecution of a strictly Hydropathic and Hygenic &c. S4 4' y s-S S *. 1 'r."i"f' t

fptartd them tb the English | td'his: stock and that lie will continue to \\h.cli they are wont in prescribe i it', and have hithertu course of treatment, together with Its easiness of nercfs iII's I : 'i:. D. E. 'ARR;' 4
; dispose I frwin nil in .t: '
_ riht only been restrained by timling.il. imprnciicnMe to points Georgia nn-1 the adjoining "Jan. 15lh 1853. 5 c S S
jfvefjr fWwltltcy % d Ofilshery. j ofhi-4 good, on his oftprice,, a7i stern, nt ns obtain the iirlicle jn a pure state.. Nor should nny States!, rendeis it peculiarly adapted to (time wants of '. I ______S S S .: t'5'II f SS
_I t fhrormefl that the irfhabHnnm'irf>Cod Hay !i jrcat bargains: ft* ever. His intyp ion is, to materially .j prejudice njrnlnst .alcoholic medicine deprive the Invalids desirous availing themselves ofihie eOi. ru la kIt1Varuab&c..Msoaih3rktDAbacking ( .:

_ ,luw btH>n stojiped fcr neTeral dayH fmm tlshin j i iy (extcnd'his[ business, thu en-cuing fall, and! rjfllicted of ilie benefit of this article, which from iimeiaiinaiiorn1 cacy of the WATER CURE. The purity of the 'water [ Masons shoe,Varnish. Harness Varnish ,. .
fee French utter. If they havothe, exclu! vb :: at tho opening of tliat season, he will receive-: has held it. place: oniony die" remedialVigcncirs and accommodations for Oue.H are too .wrH i Rubber blacking. Fish Oil, Neats footOila&- .

Nbt af lb" lUliery, it IN more than we arc aware ,i largo nnd pen.-ral assortment of atttclcs t in his of the Materia iedcn: i if It be found worthyofcuiifidenee known to nerd comment. In filling up the Estub- retail. !.'j. i ". .+ V.E. PjRR.1 < S
We H'WIVS have been informed that: thi- iiiu-, from the New \'oik market direct-.and'ns by continued experience. Ibhmrnt no expense J has been spared that could '.._ to. '
treat;: onlv ui'ik-d tiietn the right to (he (Isheryfc I his deti-nnination, i iff, to devote hunti-lf, unremittingly At nil t'V..UI..1 i how who'periintjn$ the employment! conduce to make it one of the mo,t ele,lr.1Lle places For th L 'lu'drCtl 'Sirfp llah'- for ::: ..:

d' cftnniit')'! with the Englijtb but,, th$ now nit- to hill cailinjr und to pare no eilbrts to nnd toleration of other 'alcoholic medicines, ns tincture of report for the Invalid,in the United Slates. -wiih'cominon star'cli-} 'gtvblffien a.54 S '\ S

> faaw the frrhmiif right to the 1iberAh,14e, give Batisfacfion he! hopes to bo favored with a *J)ilei| &c, mid epecinh1ythnse who pretcribc Patients will be required t to furnish their own out beautiful ivory n.ppl'lIrancp. ,P1.} CAR ,_ t S
; l.akt'f it nt tli,' tn ruth of Ute cannon. Ilu tlieol ,continuance Ji1.ir klnrc! of public patronage. Uin uivler any circumstancesniu?| nil unity tit givin, f.ts: Three will consist of friction shirts nnd towels, r-l"l ITrl .MJtrtmm- --- --
_ _
ill the matter will no doubt bp taken up -. --- I the preference to n pure article; over the tranifoldnJuicratioti Comprewes, and IMankets for ftu.lorific purposes.All .- :rLpuuerIIani &c.--Choicelot per Bteam-- 'S i

- ;,goermucut ftid Adjusted soon." 1 NO'I'i'I I ,j so rife in the luurkct. Mr. Wolfe of whitli can.be purchased here at tin most reasonable .Il. ;r. 5., '' : 3LF4.cARR.r I
EIG about make ili.spostlion of liU-rally t-upplics pljyciciansith' a sample bottle fur ternn. f t. tOll Lime white ra8hIn'g5 4 t't'i I Ium
i:: to a ajljny for 4'
I I analysis tfnjTriol nsrct forth in his circular, and I 'fI.nM8.-l'roft'uionol attention,'uie of n"lh5'&c.. tS 'tt"11 .
".< ''4'' Ji ILJ. IU petty,, J ncrcby dte notice to; the public! oukes' the repu:ation,of the remedy upou-the, iono perwet-k, ', ,, 810., alsc'SVhitewaI'J,BrusheColiuing.' painA1j; ,. '; if 5 "
I UST Conoerts. rniie. & .ISSY '
bavmgJ 'CL.UJS".1nst I i.
I cence,8Qfety fliid cfiiciency of hislIoiland Gin. when '. Hoard week, pjyalle monthly, -$5.- '
per : '
'. t" jt1tcY'i v ? s{d imler tnlaical X4 fet,;inlpledR: '"iilrjWcli >. r'fier: !antaUoard. ;ii nd1relifdperweek,$lpJlt7 J' r,.. Apriil, J' ) .5 :- .; .. :'- ": i: 1.,>' <.t !. .

rf&i H racterln.JmsIneM that the article will not disappOint Al. ] letters ol Inquiry promptly a us we re'd. : "" .. ; '
.' A any who use it. June 1 Stb* 2in Stationary. >.) : '): : I
I I f"r st1'S1' J r' I \ TScflK1i -'- t ; :J11) ECE1VED by Brig- Tremont Vxcellenl ff 4tortment S S "

___________._____ { i pttnwith.them negotiations S', Augustine July t 2!, 1.T 3. 4wks, I [Fioin. tie \>jo York Express, October iC lS5.J tlOlS-ii. l'o.rI.lfopli. .t\1 of.prmie Stationary, ever/variety ,".:, Sand

.'l- IP&v compromise them reciprocally to- ----- I IiO5CAL J4IVO.I : .Ytst. Powders. Cream Tartar, Salerulus description!for tale. at t S

'ant" cadi other, to azxlu and reduce England, Bounty Land "Warrant I 11 In cominon I presumewith many others of the ('nrb, Soda.' Intly E fnre Lerton, 1\1r. ZYLSTRA. S .. ,

li v liuldinpt up to her eyes' the prospect of the I fTI J IIB i SUJtSCfUIIEU will pay in W< the high. pit esi i 'J1. 1 received Mime few mouths ..,ee.n (>iun<;e Peel Savory, Peach Spices, Peppermint, Extracts from Proceedings of City. toll
se4bj i ol' %3'pt, #u that she maybe iiulcpewdcnt JL tit market pricu for Land Wsln ants. u circular niUreused 4Tu 1'itycians throughout iheL Thyme, Sn:o, Prandy, Uinnainon, Nutmegs. (*urrie COllllcll..J, : 1. S
of Aiucric* for cotton,, and may hud in II M. K. ANDKKIT.St { iil'J 'lnll'C." by ::i r. UdnlplioVoUf, the imp'.r- "' in vials! Cngli mustard, Prepared french Mu<- ""

W own liunda the pa-i>a to India by the i Augustine, Jun j 30, 183. I'r,'H l>favi-r iireel, iqvititi: n medicul nnd clitinicnl tard (Cayenne peper AsM.Paucts, do. Catsup do TRlIIE jQ. introduced following and Resolutions adopted namT-fjf were then severally*,-. ; '.
I..thmuliorsuc\; 'II, tll turji! rountl upon Trance, ., I exainitinliou I of n new article Holland l:in.man- Pjckles. ; .
I and whisper tft her.I You see Ku Uutd i ii#,rwadyto 1 Patent, nl,,Uchl M. ul.ictured: liy himself, fit :Sscliitdaii in IIoilniiurby a Domestic Prc cr'.c'ils"t.. ,to. 1st.'S, ,

betray you, and you cannot scnouslylrockonI 1 MEXWlurrASH; LINIMENT l celebra-, J peculiar proerb, and put up fur medical' n-e,. D: randy, Fruit Cherries &c. Tamarimls Rttolrcd Iy the Mayor and Aldermen, in Council* S
I a joHaud loyal rediirocity on her part' to under somewhat Dutch title "Schiedam ArotuatwThe : .u_p I.irnes Pineapple, Ginger Olives. Ilor&e rudI eoniened -That the Ordinance prohibiting 'bI hw"i: '
upon to her thopMifiMtof McMums'ljlixirtif Upium. I ctIllIlJlP circular claim for thin article tin em- i ish. Fresh Slamon :Sardines Uttnil.B within certain limits therein .specifiedrpnssed',
holding .
lranCQ by
._ tce up t
in..tlily degree ofpuriy.; aroma, iluvor.and I I be immev -
renewal of UIQ stipulations of Tilsit, Davis Pain-Kuler ,',vegetable! _, ; t.uperior C.CARR. 31st of July, 1843 amended by inserting t
a nWll ciulI'' efficacy und offers "n 'r-o\n, n graiuaou* word "
< the "hatbe
Circulars-with the above tjm be had St. Augustine' June 18ih If 53. d.ntely after the'second lndoIt
dumbution over Kurope_ ip. common. M itli -. <. i\-it .AI*:i.. iiii_ 4, I t-ntiply of it to any pla! )'>iciau who! may foel ili>j I" 11 l llu I j. .thf first section thereof the follow ing,viz : except ,
I l;' .; then to S1 to England, ir. a whiaper, UMl.nlll'clUInus, juoiiais t sue, 'test thee claims- in n i-cieniitic and professional Tlio: Florida l.tlulllmul Commuy.TiJ mUM" the enclosure or walls of a regular andde .
Mcdirlnes \
't4 J Hll i
Hlrot ,
I i 'iM France; w ready to botray you, \ t .
laanuer.Ufin.i Haute and
l'almetoekei'ziiife 1'oii; $etU I Lovectist oticc is hereby given to the t-ubwrribers for cently CHitjilriictrd hauling it wn likrt.
reckon upon anvjnstnndltiya f.uuii'ar with three facts in relation to thfue 'i smock in the Florida Hail Road Compnpy that wise Ureolved that said Ordinance, be further so" .
'I' ; fjVn"'part-; is tbedoublc pitnent I Fitch' Mi-dicing Ayer5 Cherry ]\>ctoiul, ol'llfliinul (. iii us n tnetjisi! .,nain'-ly : iiroi,'i ilmtwhrn nlmectiiig of said' ubseribers, liTetofure Rllv"rlilI'd amended nnd altered, as to read'tbu", (to wit) *any .'

: thfe perilous moment, in p'aying i in I TrnvnwMnl'i" Sanupfiarilla; \ !! Sand-j do. j pure it U ab uluiely' jivnluil, end not to be I fr the I3ih June insl., H poponed to the liili4Julyuext (person \5oJatinjj this section of this ordinance, shat4 S
4htdEL9i4Gn and Paris. But neither ran* Coil Liver Oil, (iulatine" iuoricc., i' exchanged for any other rt'tn..ely known ti> the pro- and that a meeting of said Mibscribers will on conviction; i pelore the 'l\1 ,y'orJ.I s white pf rllOn., :i f. S

i will be caughttiy the trap. A happy Cum! Arabic' &c. I.My. I feitriun in many complaint'both ncute nnd' chronic ; be neld (for the purpose (f (Hireling Directors tf'niduonipt forfeit and pay, for the .first offence, a fine,of lve. < 1 ,.

S' has dedan-d what IliiNsia wfiuu.to .- : .. :. i ':' _J'. K.: CAM.Notice. .. secondly thnt amid the multitude null made or ndulteruled ny on Tueday the twelfth :(I I2A) dag of July dollars, with all costs which may,accrue in vthe collection l- S S I r
.---. -------;- ,- j liquors with \\hclilltis country nhtll n ?, A of snid fine' and for each offence if
triumph without fighting. She t t next at 12 o'clock at noon1, nt the BuiFmaion Hotel su Sequent .. '
: Holland Gin u ecan-tly M) be obtained.nt line of Ten dollars, with ns'aforesaid and'if -
any costs
W4 not w furce but cunning, She ptitu in the town ot Jacksonville 411. pursuance of the act of a ,
, i the Tnfkirih by a (Greek empire. A LL pcn on* having: d I rwanda ogniiut the l': tate I |.rlce"jinJ thirdly thac the radical impurilirsofnnyiuf I incorporation.Juti a negro or.mnlatto, conviction! .halllrr.pat..1: ,.. .
the tnmplctet and moat dexirable lU of-John C naro' .l!?e >,.I. are )hereby, piled I rand 4Jfl to prewot iliem,%vi hout delay: the Uud'-rsicn-' j oxide ,of AiiiyU n poUmous oil. more commonly C. A. PRICE, ty-five stripes tn the bare back.Resolution ;': 'I : I
'e.worltl, and quietly scat the ''ndrhtrif Inid Ustnte known Totaio I'ou'el iiil,It AmUm Alcohol S .
*AdniiiiUiraior.and, |'eiM ns to as spirit 'I.j '3d. "
rItoN'soN ;
I. tine upon the two united tnronen nre required tw make pajment without delny to the : ; and secondly, of tli* heavier of the two essential I. II.- : i' S g'.. ;.:!
I rl .- -4jLd and King Otho. Hut KUXHUn lCrsbe oils of Juni" r, instead of(he li Iiler-which im- JOE1'IiF1NNEtiAN, : ; Resulted, That hereafter, until otherwise provided .. I s t
this substitution to be make peacenbly, RIChARD C.tR1Ahi.Stdmr.. puiilies usually ret>ult fiom ihe mercenary system ofutiexcetsive A. 3!. HEW, Commmionen. ,a tax of six and a quarter cents per day b levied ; i

4Sphm, ieftlly) without lighting up in Europe Bt. Augttsitne June 25th, Itl.VJ gwk.thia Jl.t\tilalinn of the ma JiiatrriuUeniployeu JOHN G. UEAUDOX, and collected for each stall in the Fish market.us d .'.'r !
elf (IEO. 11. FAIRBAXKS, S I nnd occupied in tl.e vending ofFish ; and it is hereby -. i
the $a war which might transform iti .-- + I revive to n CCCpt of Mr. Udolpho Wolfe's challenge, '
rluthwScliiedam Aromatic the '1'1I0 P. KENNEDY, made the duty of the City Marshal examine i'
into 4 fer<4ution of all the oppressetl jx-oplc and Schnapps"to !
I ap.iQ' their oppreMve governmentSf This it i is aLOrt i tctt of rigid pnallyciU. ,And, 1,was induced to do this JOHN JACKSOX.June S all full brought to the market and (with the concurrence t. '
THE : nf discreet and disinterested iieiion, '
11' two .
any '
This it notwithstanding the proprietors long standing and .
Uotwkieli dreads "above nil. things.Thus she bend IdLL; co1i-Frurchasers : J1 $3 \ reputed respectability as an importer because the purity S whom he may select to unite with him in any ell 10- .' 1. ,
nay yet ptral'Z'her. that of other liquor Jro1esior .lex.' C. Barr)'" TricoJL Lion lie-may make) hall! condemn all such fuh as- :
ot ginabove .
lit to enter-not 1tb)10) axe, but j CLOTHINU informe that every .. '
of are
iT'ihiJiff employed in practice, is of the most plicrous, oa MEDICATED COJIPOCXD, Jar may be unbound and utfit for use-and from ind' I
: wedge, botween EngUuJS And Franco; | w/are nian icturing the L.Ula EST,ASSORT- .vital to the community inasmuch us it Beautifying, Curling Preserving, Rtstoring and after the passage of this resolution, oo a!lt. of.flsh-. t

:.,If odor' by: separating them to hinder Uiats JJJBlVTof CLOTHING (at wholesale 9nly suitable ;u subject consequence to two distinct causes of pernicious impurity Strengthening the Hair; Relieving dil4.'lIt's'of the shall[ be made, either, openly or covertly until the. l'

_ 11' iiee s whidi would place them at tho for the Country Trade, to be found,in the namely ; the interior oil of Juniper, as well as skin, Curing Rheumatic Pains,8nJ Healing External market.bell has been. ,regularly rang and' any tale :. !
7,Switzerland,'tmd Spain. /Io unvU'of : States. I the Found oil 1 'tound, moreover, the "Aromatic Wounds. Bounded by no geographical lines, made in violation of this prphibition, M herebjr,declarecl -. 'i' S S S i

whioh has escaped from JJJTWe: jlo business on, the ,/ : ,, ;Schnapps" strongly recomende* by a physician and the reputation of BARRY'S 'TEICOFHEKOUS pervades to be utferly void,and;,not entitling the S I

_ J ime W 1n ura JUi i It .. .OIJCJ Price System. \ Ii ,' I writer of no less influence than Dr. D. M Reese, of the UDi o. The sales of the article Jate'yjrars chaser to a prcfcrcpceoerjn'otbcrIn4tviJual wO7 f.'

_ ,: _0 .i.lj ..' ... .'P J'1.i 1.I t1.Jl txam FC Ufr" ;r.New'York*' Medical. .1 Gazejte, 1l1'H! :.:many* .(! have increased in. 'ratio that. almfiat. exceeds.belief. ; :! pmentstiii4fLe9ferImtgiag, oLsald'
'. ',- .. a oiB3rfrr r r.a' eximination of'PIS; -poptRlflf'IITQl ucuisy see ana tsesi
't jttU, ; !',- 4 : iJi' .h ',, ,* the '; .eminent ,mmoersoi. j ie prOleAlonlwno' J p.ror ,
,II," I ftijckl'loli. f : II.\NPFORD 4 .nROTIIE had no reason to suppose had obtained any other sales' book. finds that the uumber of bottles delivered purchaseand pence wiling! fish either C| JJ1, f .
./r tuco.traca It. I. :than empiracle evidence of its pltannucentical purity to order in quantities of from' half gross upwArd or etvert{y. contrary to: the intent and meaning''ofthis "
Row '))ii the Astor House ;)
iafroin t4 N wPug1andV W.09..Patls." (o "T'I. I If I I nnd value 1 therefore! resolved I; inform medical during the year 1852! was ,within a trifle of intrrcHction.Ihan conviction before the Mayor ,
'c. "t'r.li .? ." ., JiL. men at least f'r the sake of the public at large,.t>f the 950,000.It be fined in quadruple the value of any fish so sold
N..11. We arc the largest manufacturers of favorable is to at lerigih the evidences by him, with costs of prosecution. ,
whether present
1----- ta may all be in favor of great OJLEDICLOTIIIsVG esu1tsofmny investigation, they' proved I unnecessary
bi''bets tre ftU tho o"'er'way.| jArge or otherwise to the character of the article, oldie wonderful! propet lit'l'I.o(the Tricophe- "Revolted, That hU Honr. the Mayor be ..equested -
aiiIe'.bltto stumble and to be lame in the country. Uubber* Clotliluj" : the I and the interest of its proprietor. rous, whIhe paplic have furnished such/au In- to invite the attention of' Lieut. \. L Smith of I,
and lowest market rates. .. Those results areas' follows : Searching first for f dorsement ns this. The chea'piie-s of the article the United States Topographical Engineer Corps, 1 '
.: thai thMftff middle 'ze. They are clumsy, June 2|. :3m.: the oil Juuiper, by distillation, I obtained oil, and the explanation given of its chemical action now in this City and (who it la understom is on'a ,.. S
cannot && thcmselrea so quick.Or fiom two quarts c.fthe liquid, whose specific gravity upon the hair,the scalp, and in all cases of s perfi- tour of Canal Survey hi our State) to the ground oJ .

gKTirtk' niatt8*, of all descriptions arc less TO TUB PHYSICIANS 01? /l'IJE'NT.ITB was, 53:,and whose boiling point was 313 degrets0 I cial irritation, recommended it fo the attention intervening between the bead of Matanza JUver.lnd' .-. .
sA* te mo t kind of3uiness, and less hardy' FLORID'.f.' nordid fcucces-ive rejistillaiion yield any oil of great of ihe people. This 'was'all that the inventoi .de "Initm') Creek the head of Halifax River, at |"Bu-> : I Ia
bit tb of a smaller size. If theory is to be OF i er gravity or of any other kind whatever. The sired. C ery boftleadveitised itself. The effects lows Hsnlover" and to ask tht he will, ifeon isteutwithhiisbtheranangementsexaminethesamewith' ,- .

n MM 'to |t ordw to dctermnc such questions, WOLFS CELEBRATED SCll/B .dI .t z?- I I Fame quantity of common Holland Gin FO called, of! the fluid exceeded expectation.{ Ir acted like acharm. !

JMppt toibe lovers of overgrown animals I IWIe OJLtrlC SCHNAPPS. 1gEE.7IINGft yielded an excessive atnont by redistillation, of oil The ladies would not be without Coun- j view to ascertain, practicability, .of opening a..

The largest of any class is an t : uaneeesi nry to remind any) I' weighing 0,871 with the boiling point of 542 degrees: try dealers in every section of the United States I water communication' to connect those two poitns Sand :
"# wth. They have risen above their I, regular member oft le.M I edical prof** 011 of thet'lillublillbed the lighter oil having: '>iou-ly passed over. This found they must have it; and thus was built up a report.to the City Council the result of his ex ,

.:sad it costs more to keep diem in Medical prop r ie* of pure Holland <;iu, : was conclusive ad the tupTionjyof Mr. White's gin I wholesale trade of an extent hitherto unheard of ns I amiflattoth"S -.iftt : .

tbM '1.1 tbtn it would were they more on a in many diseases of drops cal tendency resjjectfully I in relation to the oil Juniper,upon which the aroina, regards article of th'n kind. The highest point has ,I G. l.p.! : IPJREY .: Mayor ; .: S'j:
i and diufetic and medicinal ties of nol been reached', and it is believed that the S i .
k"-liHlht} eirlidc invite your examination koj a very superior :article; flavor, propel every yt I ,
'WMT nature1'a rule not to be forgotten manufactured by mrstlf Exclusively, at SchleJaia in kind ol 1 gin essentially depend. sales this year will be n million and a half bottles. p 'rnsCuliector'.8ale. i.'

br tfiMra. Large men are not the best for bu- Holland, by a process tKJci|>r lu my own' factory. I, As to the Fousel oil, with which all inferior spirituous Depot and Manufactory,lo. 137 flrosdway,New B i Y virtue of ihe' power Tes.edJ'i me bj"lar" S

MeSI Urge MW arc not the best for milk.- It is flavored And mediated, nut by the common I liquors are more or le.s Impregnated in J which York. Retail pricr 25 tenis large Lottie. > shall expose for sale Ilonw In S
lar. but by the Choice botanical: variety of I rendei them poisonous in the exact ratio in which Liberal discount to purchaser by the quantity ,Palatka. on thelirsl ilonday of July ne'xt.the foU wing -';
BOlthe best for traveling. Large blJ'tlh berry
Me and Aromaiic Italian Juniper Cerry, who.e morf they are imbibed which causes such liquors to intoxicate Sold by all the principal merchants and druggists described property or ro muclsthereofaswill pay f't
hasus that fatten best large the I I >
the b distilled and rectified with its spiiit- when others do not, and creates that morbid, throughout the United States and,Canada, Mexico, th *state and county taxesandnecessaryexpeniesdae'
ho*we hot the hena to lay ens.I vinous bOlYent1 extract and is thusbccomesB concentrated tincture 1 ;Insatiable appetite for undue indulgence, with all it* West ladies Great "Britain, France. &c. thereon, to wit.. } S

I I. are to be avoided. We want well of OUI .te flavor and' aron1a,3hg thertnnscf"Ldtnt.$ deplorable: con equences, of which the friends of Junell.lS52. ., Cm OSHi acres, one Iialf 2d and the other half 3d ra\p1;,b.

IoI-.i -i rather than such as have heavy C'Xllu cordial I and medicinal properties,to diiy Holland: I, temperance and philanthropy! so.juMly complain land double taxed granted t to the Heirs Thomaav:q. S S
Oddw It may seem to the theorist. in its heretofore kno otn. instead of that sa.iety and fastidiousness of taste, for Claret \Viuc Ac. Forbes, advertised for Nonpayment of taxes for the ...'

S. ftfgjpa s variably prove to be better Gin Amid the influx of Inferior dutiuations with which I which the drinkers of pore liquors ire distinguthed Avery superior Claret Winebottled! ,in quarts year 1652, being section 38 private surveys in mos -. '. '. .

a -01 e&er*. SWt-legged soldiers the market i. now flooded, physicians find no littleduTiculiy.m of this fetid acrid, asUvnatical: Forjsel oil, I found no 1-D.. and pints also.10 bo\e- ('laretWinelmport d ship range 25IiDd26bo nded l r.bby public l land*\ .'
-.r:*VDMKQ, and tho'officer* say they procuring a good an4 pure Gin, which| trace in Mr.;'Wolfe's medicinal I gin althcngh I repeatedly ', Sherry Madeira and Port Wfne,,Cordial, ,Scotch; South by lands cf the Heirs of WilliamPanton' Ea& *

'' L ij--' longer than those of !6nger they can pre 1 : effects. As an importor of twenty years standing, in chloride of calcium, by the usual process, which to I: Water,Choice Principe-and otheiBranu Sugars :\iii. taxe and, rxpns are paid Wore day of. .1

- 00. ehootwK horse, tko care by all means ihe city qf New York. and possessing a matured&- readily detects and obtains it in the orJuary Fpimuoui ;. mantle Honey Dew Tobacco.l'ip Snuff:moLing sale. t .' "5 5 0 0I

tbaL WI.biDd egi are short It they are long, 'ia rtienianafocturt tI'' HOU.A.ID Gw erpeci- Lquors ': Leaf and Cut Tobacco.. R T BOYD, .bel fi'and ex-off .

ffi( Bfiittfurt tike & pair of dividers never in- penrnce ally. I beg to submit to your attention my AROMATIC ,f Accordingly 41 feel bound to say that I regard this i B' E. CARR. I Tax: Assessor and Collector 11Palaika

I ';. tbt pno of the horse dealfrj run for your &'JlJ1D1JC S asrrS as ODJ which cannot fail to gin as being in every respect prermntntly pure, St. Augustine Jane 4th 1853. January ht..J8S3t)

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1 ,LutnesItPIrcc1ory., { A For the county.of St John's on the first 3Iouday CHARLESTON AND FLOKIDA {iit.; i, Ordinances, and Resolution '( .' ., .. Tax tWltctor.v---,---_.... f

1agoW Hotel On St. George Street, north of in November (which for the year 1S53 will be the U. S in AIL SJTEAMEKS, I An Ordinance for the letter preservation cfttecleanliness I Y viitoe'of the power'testeli ""
door north of the Metho 7th November. ,. and healiL of the City, and for other B shall in f jj- Iq
I ii : ,, PobUS'Stjaaresnd.ClP'' I CAROLINA I AND FLORIDA.I purposes. expose for sale tefore the cftr' ,r
diE 'Chardr'> : For the county of Nassau, Thursday before tbethird Palntka on the,first Monday cf JnVSS '

:I". t p F d" n f. On Treaiury Lane, North ,of I I Monday in November (say for 1853, the 17tn T1trottg A to Paktka in 2 i /o 30 flours. Be it irrely Ordained.Ly ihe Mayor t and Aldermen lowing described prcpeny or so DmclJ dr

i "'1 ,.b. PoKUc! S r i ,'. fy mite On Charlotte and Bay Street a few *, For the county of Duval,oa the 3
l 1L doorrcSoctti Cast of th*,Public Square: (which, for 1853 will 1-e the 2lst I November. I Q.. Saturday 3 P M. lie 1 Ordinance, it*.hmII! uot be lawful' to throw vegetable S93 acre* 3d rate land,graded

f ; Firs td. :jOn Charlotte 8trretandTreu- For the county of Marion ou the let Mondaviu I turning.wiltleavePALATA t f m trash, or annimal matter of any i/escripticn, over the : ble taxed and advertised for to E ii' said,.,,

L ; ; 'p) ;/;*trl; nonh-pf JPublic Square, annexed to the December, (say for 1853, the 5th December. ;;. ]KI every Mondar.7 A.M.PCOL\TA.! A.M.I: 5Ca WaiLer into the Basin connected with, said the year 1$52, lying partly in nonpayment ,( IIft
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: p 'f'lc .'. .fi9ale. I For the county of Al3cbulI, on the Monday in I!: and JACKSONVILLE Tuesday, 4 o'clock, A. M. Wall-and any person offending against this prohibition and partly! ) in township 12 range 26 .tf
1)) ; t; : ; BOARDINQ HOUSES. cember, (say 12th December in the year 18.3. I I It I The FLORIDA will leave CHARLESTON every shall, if a whiu prison; be fined for the first North by public lands South fcy the Rii vat s

I t: Tuesday. at 3 P. M. Returning, will leave PA offence, in asum, not less than two, nor more than and grant of Wm. Gardner
: jjiu1Fggi*. .OD St. Oe rcc Street, a few doors For the county of Columbia. oh the 3d Monday \ *. East ir 1 I..J
:, t, .' 1' 9jjpfthe CoartHorie and Public Square. ni December, (which for 1653, will be the 19th De LATKA every Thursday, at 7 A. M ; PICOLATl10. \, five dollars and for each subsequent offence, of not' ; and ,Vest by the River St. Johns. ''

!r. : Ji./1JrP..ap,, nr Bay street, corner of Day and cember. .o'clokA., M. ; JACKSONVILLE, Friday 4 less than five nor more than Ten dollars! ;and if the L'nlets taxes anal l expenses are paid before& ::
offender be a colored he or she .
.I4D. o'clock, A, MThes penon so offending s ate. .
I, QdqJ.. 4'" : .h'r 5' :, lf@nb1tm <' Steamers connect with all the interior shall subject to a like fin .or be at the discretion "to"; n. T. BOYD *Sbtritrrl1tlez'-oa* ",

.. i ;, i iI Stages of East Florida. and connect both ways with I of ihe Mayor, pjnMied l by the infliction, cia uumber Tax Assessor ud'loD..erlor

1 i It ,- Put* Pt JV' cIqffice' at bis Dwelling House I AUGUSTIJYE, E. F. the New York Steamships, Carolina Railroads, and of sttipeson the bare back of' not Ie,a than ten, nor Palatka.Jan. Is'. 1833. ,\

: ,jLBridge Swept ;, ,. ''I the Wilmington ,Boats. more than twenty for the first offence, Iud for each I \

I %oc tfyohn E. Peek. Ofcce on St. George Street TIllS hSTADLISIIMEXT bay Pottage from Charleston_ la Jacksonville 3.Picolata .- subsequent ofiVnce, of not J Ies than twenty nor I 'liu Colleclor'l 'Sale. '. t1 :

S *fer doprsNorth Qfthe Court House.* J; ing undergone Thorough Repairs this and Palatka more than 'thirty one.eizJurMYOrdained.. ,-. virtue of the vested
T J / : PRUGGIST.I : $10. BY power ill me "j ..
4ifrP Chemis r Zr lr
DnJJgtStCbar.lot.te of :: Thai shall not hrreafier be lawful for color- I onthe Gut '
-I .Ifiire"', I reception Campmy.'A311LIES. AND .J. .V. CALDWELL.. Charleston. Mcnday 01 Jutllat tu"
4. 4 .. '.- '".r ,. t' I : ;;7"< ". "'. I'f TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have'spaclousApartments. BELLECHASSF & FlNEG AN, Jac 'onY'e.I ed persons, (bond cruet) to use the &a Wai I". as a lowing l deseribed property or 10. nuclt tkeiy; a1J1II
., I U. n*REID. t'natka.'raxcollector's! ftb2G| place for promenading and they are hereby forbiden pay the state and county taxes and the aeetJlej .
'; :r: : J.AWY :nS" '.1'.' ;! to walk thereon, cn
t iB.1/J.'I C"'InKlIor ;.at Lavr, J-office on.> Ar- Room* Itself, Airy.furnished Clean handsomely.Nothing and IVcatiics .-- i Sale. less than two, nor more than five Dollars, or i id lien 150 acres 3d rate land, granted to lV\D.'Ga"

I e ,. i ." virtue I I thereof number of stripes of not leva than ten nor double taxed and advertised for
Y of
\Vuullll the vested in m. by law
'Ja/iMJiU aid Counc UorI ; B than thirty one, to be laid on the bareback of nonpa7Df1Dt or II
I : 'Attorney I more : for th 1
shall expose* fur sale before the Court House inPalatka tear I852lyintria IPWII.wp
The House is well known
S I I" at aw, office, Picolata street. as bcing irc' cntly on the first Monday of July nextthie following the offender. I I boundrt) North and WI by & lIud'IrtI1rl-'a.4r'

j'' t Geeftt' HkFairbonkt. Homey and Counsellor! at Built, Expressly with a view to the accomojationof t described_properly or w mnch, thereof will pay He it further Ordained and Decreed, by lhauthonty J I South and Wet by the Rivet St. Ju& ; "

I ,&aw-Vffice|n the Court House. II i Inn/lids and others, being cnlirely the state and county tues and nrcessary expensvs due aoreinidthut front and after this date, all Ur.lcss! taxes and expenses are oaidbefortsalr .
built of Wood with Rooms tf
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coijnectin, tt iejrontu nit, colored persons are orbiJtn -smoke m any of ,. .

.*. PUBLIC OFFJc .-- I Irif! Doors, '&c., which renders it Free frdhiDampness. 250 acres 3d fate land granted to D. Acosta doable the streets, or,other public places iothe City, under ,1Wf.T< IOYDsIteniffan4 )': ;::

4;; roiL, Qffiee. Lawrpjicf A: retf, L'o't Mtsjer, of- Fireplaces, Blinds 10 ,indows I taxed,aJYt. led k' noupayinentoftuesfor ihryearjlr ,a penally flf a fine of .not.,'less*J.ha if three nor morepajnyeinUhereof .,. ".., !. fiht'f;:; ,11 ,'" .
throughppening on Piazza ProtncnadcTwo1eonfineraent"at '14q,1t% ) 91111.1' # throUenjteja defairr i f. l'f.." ; : !
S i tlje Court House. 2, beiogjH.tflwnshipjlJtjaitgg SGjiDd bouniMeU ; ; .. .' ,.t 'f i s'i
,., ,, I 1i und'4" Feet cti Jd'Yqt1 t ( a 'nnml e 3f. ; *ror not 'less _
r.'Pi1.t o ,lln'iDy.-.C ;-lbtSfirttb. SETTJiTby public lands and Westby'the .f trip:: r" .,.. _,_ :'r""C1
c. ajnf7AruUery :!\ wrmi fa1 d Jr bl ,t1' i" 11fi ri( Uiver SuUohns.*' t W' %, flan"tea nor" more than twenty'to' be laid upon the ., ': "',- ..1': ,. :. .' '
I seasonlTof bare'back of the ,offt'ndtr-apd for ro:subsequent
: piruQpttiI st.Z Nr > 1 tIlc-A. T. Jfod.J'Reli.tn'of Public The { :ts- situated facing goathfn 3 central .offence a fine of fife dollar, or the infliction of iba "

n Iii tbe(ourt House ; # i position; and retired 'from otb ;r Dwellings 170 acres 3J rateanJ,being hi township 12 range thirty one stripes, to be laid on the bare back,as i'liatka, ou the firsMonday of J.olylexi.iJt-! lllo_11, I f

:'I PtK fteIt! flecww, ece ID Court The House contains Rooms. with addition 26 bounded North, South: and J at by public lands, aforesaid; and all colored persons, a re hereby strictly i fag described propertyf; to niuch'ihercof III.|.j Jilt I
and West the St. Johns .
a .by River. furbiden to carry about their persons knife the state and taxes and
1oe. ":': ?. Parlours, Uiuini:, Setting it< om*,nlll1 conveniences ? any county necessary eip. I
Also. clasps or other of more than three inch length of due thereon, to wit. *'
$ For .
JitJ r4qte. tG.Ugmpbrey'iJudgeOffice) in,general Acc inmodatioz cannot .
: 1 .9'1d' the Court House. I bo urpasscd. 1 232 acres 3d rate land being in township 13 range;; blade' ; nor shall any colored person, not actually! in- 457lacre3-3d! rate land, granted to C. W. Chs\t f

1 $ I Peter JJ. Dtt&t': Clerli CircuigCourt. office. i in The well earned Reputatioi this House I 37 and bounded North by public lands South and:i firm from disease or extrenunge, carry under any double taxed and advertised fi>> uoai>ayiaeM fm*. 4

\, .Irvnrtjloase. ? has from Year to Year acquire .it'will belli"i ; West by the River St. Johns and East public lanJ I pretence whatever, a cane or walking stick of any I,for the yeai lbf>2, being in tovru&lup( I

: I. 11. aV4Iii. r JJ.Canova. Sheriff and Tix) C U, ctorof."I Prpprietrefcs ,Mrs. DAVIS uim ti sustain, and 1 Unlets taxes arid expenses are paid before. day ofale. I size or description fine ; under a penalty of not 1 less than bounded North, tat au.rVeatby pat.Iic.Jat4 .j 1'outh i
ottot +. five dollars or a number of stripes to be laid on the River St.
Court Ifoose.-p ,: by Johns.
e tC : for.the liberal l Patronage here ofore, she returns R. I iht-l>are back oldie offender, of not less 'than len; "
: : 'S 'ifltc1oof Crllto"/ oa' At.au tire in T. BOYD, sherifTandex-c.fr.' | Uu'ess! taxes Dud expense are pad beforft&y I
tier thanks. i,
J Ch4jio' street at his resfdeneVhearHe) tort of A. Tax Assessor nod Collector r. c. nor more than thirty-nine. i sale l ,
0.jjrpaU. The Table will be stippliet with choice Pal31ka! Jan. st,1653. I j Passed by' the: Council: 23J December 1 1852. 1 ( K. T. tOYDsoiilTaad! fx-ot. '

n ;: ,..J, Jamei A. Mickler. tame, Oy&ters, 'l'urtlcl-, Dicks! Venison I, "" ''I" '-! ,- .. -'! -...... .. ..,..1 i; G IlUMPiiUEYtf, Mayor. I Tax Assessor and ; r.1.c. I

'f I : ; ee U. S. Court I and Shell Fisn, wide at'this time Tax ,Collector'* Kale, Attest I Palaika.January 1,1. 1853 fL .
't.CC.IQn Northernn I Ulvcrs and Forests nboa id. Two ::. R. AsvnttiCletk.: : _
i 0 I in-ftie Court House ur or lID Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I I "I [ -- t I. Hl| t r

!i: I U. S. :Court. office in I moro Hunters sporting cxelus vcly for this ll.J shall expose for sale! before the Court llune j inj t .A it Ordinance for the Protection I Tax Collator Hale.i -

I I- beIFt House. ,| t I House..h I l ulakaon* the first Monday of July next the fallows! d. of While (I'crsoii Assembled for :: i Y virtue of the power vested in meJ J -l t
il i I .' a jut.M&r4a1. George Zehnbaur, 'office, in Horscl, Carriages, Ponies, uns, Fishing i ins described property or BO much thereof will pay* iriuc Worship. B' tihall expose tor sale beforethe Court hJgj. 4
; ,: '' Iau.uoutt.; : # k I :': Tackle, Boats for,Excursion, <& .j the slate and county" taxes and necessary expenses due; Ie.it Ordained bphe Mayor and Cmncil the- t'Iatkaonthe first Mon Jay off July usil,tie _. 4
'j! 1 .A 44TJSTICFS QF THE Er'I Very Kespccifu Iy. th reoniowit. : City of St. Augustine: That fruii and after the passingof inc described property or su mach Uteiecf at .

.. ; 1. iokham.Office at his residence SouthBarracklL. PROPRIETRESS. 2911 acres one half 2d and the other hatf3J rat Ci ihia Ordinance,i if any person or persons shall! know- pay the tate and Cou, ty taxen and necessity
l land double! taxed the due thereon to wit.10GO .
granted to Heirs of William, penses : .
11 fir 8t; jatss ingly bcengaged or concerned in vociferatire noiseselling
1 I : 1&u 41'tJ! .lio f ublie-Qffictf in the Court IV.' B.-It is the wish of the Proprietress Pantonvand advertised for nonpayment ot taxes for the1 l lr spirituous liquors or any other act having on acres 3d rate JUDd.gqiu, to I riflea&cVard.doubln
I ,Ii ;U: \ I that the Servants attached year 1852,being section 37 39 and 40, private surveys.r immediate; tendency to disturb or cause a disturbance: taxed and advertised tor nQDynteot! I

CITY OrFlC'Ell r, to tho notice *hottld be civil, attentive }in township 9 range 23.and 26, and bounded North! of 4 congregation of while persons assembled for the taxes fur the year 1852/teing in 'tcjfpblup 13 tpttt I'

TOQdI1u,7WMeVt. and obligiu by public lands and a grant Thomas Forbes' Ileirs purpose of divine worship ala, cbrrch chapel in the 26bound; "d Nonh South and WesTly pub& I
4q.4. t ; ;. on the South by public lands, on the Hast: by public! Last by the Ri.4 St Johns. ,
such if white shall be fined
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r' ** I II City; person a person not I i
Ldlttia4Itreu. :. :
I MAdAZlKE OF PUKE MORALS. land l and rant of the Heirs Thomas Forbes aud Unless and
ouj taxes
are paid before
I I r1 le: than five dollars nor more than twenty;if a colored expenses oay 4
; .,0 r tJ. ):'lJde -' 1. the West by public lands. ; ale .4
b M.tliJ..l", ; person the offender shall be fined as aforesaid- 'I
: t. gi'iiiin4 J 41..\ ", PETEI1sOrTs, l\I\GAZIN Unless: taxes and expenses,are paid ,before day of'sakf (: or wuj! :ped not exceeding thirty stripes or imprisoned R. T. BOYD,sheriff! and exdTuiAssesorspdC.IIrcw.e.

; 'Cf 'Q/f -:'II. "'u, The Bent and Ladies' I : j I rot exceeding! one week with costs at the discretion of I
i 'a J..b c."ftell; B-iPacet.y office Cheapest Magazine. TTJ R T BOYD.shrnffand Palatka. January lit 1853.
,i the and Council and that the
*_ Mayor City MarshalL
t tEe \ .* W" .
I at Coftnejlxrwra. ,* : 'o" /'A NEW VOLUME of this populat'periodical will 1 aud'Collector
iCi/i f3lar,&-( and ,Cer 4 | ol e Market, John'ADelj" commence with the Janmi: number for 1653. which J PalatkaJanuary 1st Assessor, t 1653. 're, j i arrest Mayor such or Alderman offender.Thai .shall attend, to complaints and I Tex Collectors Sale. I
&/.;* of' M { will be ready by the 1st of December, nnJ!,will be the .
I j uIHu'in convictions 1. Y virtue of in raw Ii
S r ,the person or persons convicted tliepowe'rvested me by :
<6jf most svperl ever pullished. Tax : (
Collector' ,
uin 1t .P1u' WARDENS., i I' bale. shall remain iniprinoiit-d or committed until the a 3> shall exposeTorvale Lrfore the Court HUM':
fC" Z.lI" ; Jd..B. 'I nzar.Si The o Original magazine.? 1' Y virtue of the power vested in me: by law 1'': fine and costs are paid or satisfied. in Pibika, oji the first Monday of ,July, arzi. (Ulollowing '

,. 'j ''.trltrl1tla't" .1$ l' This is now the only Magazine that gives original ''ilP shall expose for sale before the Court Haute-;: ; Passed in Council .March Wilt 1653. defccril>ed property so much thereof at

.1. 4Fe.aaa articles exclusively: ,;IrL Ann 8. Stephens, the'editor I. on the first Monday of July next, the followr -!Ii i G. HUMPHREYS: Major. will!,pay the state and/ county taxes and aeermafesptn.es
4 I .< ", :il j ': i APCTIONEER.liilH i and all the best American writers, are regular ing described properly or so njwch thereof ts will pay i 1 Attest S due thereon, to wit. I

t J. A. Strfscna. contributors. More thrilling stories, tales and novels 'I t Ihe state and counly' taxc and necessary expenses duet A. B. r cETTr. ,>jfAn OOO aeres34 rate 'laud gianted to John 1

I I :' -rr"* t ,... : have appeared in this periodical, in the last ten thereon, tu wit. and double taxed and advertised for nonp'yBWK i
4 : i- HfErfftmiNTa. II' years, than in all the others put together The tone i 204 acres 3d rate land double taxed granted to John! t Ordinance to raise a revenue tu meet the current taxes fur the year 1 53.,brine'??e1 U 40 larf 5
: a ," : r''. I.De lti"Pl t ple, Qd FI1Dcy10ry, i is that of the highest )or.al purity so that every family Middleton, being section 40, privaie surveys ia'township expsnces ol the City, fur the JearI 1e53nntfo4iheexting'ris1tmeAt oath bllo'i'4 1' -'-

I ., f r cf G orge and 1'icolajta! 'streets;,Maruuniaflrame i ,where ,there are daughters, should have it. Receipts 8 range 27, 'and bounded on all aides by public[. of the Ctofflib&gK': '*!'j&Jii

_' _1 .ct_' S iCJua / 1, ," ., I patterns for embroidery.onu everything useful l. lands... t> -!' .,"...' .. '.. ;, .: ., L Pi'Orf1 ilicl (!i3?" .v, d u.n
_"! .: ': .&cUcwk-CornerOr; St. George' to the sex,.appear :monthly.'''t1. .>*****,>,: -,' ... *" UnletsWxes n4>' xpense> I-- tiireWT >aw'Defoe I a) !f Aul"t1ot C\ tl
4 : and ITrejiimry'Lane/ J! I Colored Fashions hero Only. sale! : ,:. r i > V 1 i'm"rt'-otfitigflt flr 9aep e Dt lJ D't .

.I Uunoufhi & C rr. Wholesale;+qd Retail dealer.fiffirif No other Magazine now gives colored steel fashion R. T.. BOYD. shrrifTand ex cit f the same is hereby direejrd t tn 1* imposed fo" the i.
.: Duality'Fajnily Groceries of nil! kind, Li- plates as' this does. Full letter-press descriptions accompany 'I'axsses'r and CoJJeeior r'cFalatka yrnr 1853.I (for'the purist at's aforesaid) on the vatu

quorsi.eV'No.afyist sijd Charlotte Street, Northuf each monthly filate. This is, ill fact, thetex.book '! ,January ist,153. of all (Real .:tate iiiuaird nod lying within the
i 4 the 1'l1bUeaqunr < *. ",.. of fashion and indispensable to all who j I Chartered limits of th! ,: t-aid City-and the following -

I Jcucge .Uur'. Uealer in Staple and Fancy Dry would know how to dress elegantly, yet economically I I, Tax ColSectorN Sale. i ptr
I ; roods, West side of Charlotte street a few doors l It enables every ladytole her own dressmaker. ; 1'I Y virtue of the power vested in me l II y law I I I IX Rog'ro. ar* appointed: a* "i or' to determine -.! Y virtue of the power vested in me by burl

fSoutli .,Treasury Lane.' ?Isgitifficett Mezzotints and I Jl..D fchall expose for rale! before ill- Court House ntAlrltunville the value cf saul liral Ks'ate and fix the basis 1p aItahlvxoe for sale before( the Court U'I*K |a,.
t 1, &ej(4( M. IVaktman. Wholesale Retail dealer' other Ena' u'll1giS. on thl'htlonl.l3Y of July.! 1 1853. thej fol I. upon which: said: tax shall he levied and it i iA here .'ifaikaon Hie find Monday of July next the M**

: ; fit D fGoo sand i Qceri('. Grocery store on theOrcpd mezzotints lowing described property or so much tl-titof as wil" by farther ordained! that the tax inij! ,a&ed by this Ordinancelimit owing dei-crib properly or Si, much thereof asa i9lmy .
'Ffm floor of (tip Cit/ Hotel-Dry Goods Store The and steel engravings one of which!hat pay the State: and fouuty 'taxes and the necessary expenses be collected in tl.e same manner an Junder l lI the state :1"& county taxes and e*'
4 4 Charlotte street. Howard's Buildin:. .*., least, appear viit) every number, ore unrivalled for dm l'rt'orl.,1o! wit: the same regulations! ns are providrd and in- M-ue3 due thereon tn wit. yeeewarj :
Nisttt 'S, b N. Pinlcham. Dealers in Fancy beauty. In illustrations as well as reading matter, fore; m relation to the collection of City taxes levied : ,;
indeed, this Magazine U without nn In fact: :8000 acres of land tiluMed near Hawe Creek' A I piece of;innJ in ihe Town of Palalka, koownW .:
Goods? ,&c opposite the PJanters Hotel on East equal. upon oilier descriptions ut propeily. "
) T I \ this is the only illustrated Magazine in the belonging to th. Lstate of George Atkinson. J' signaled on the map of said Town as Block Kh '
1:. ptdef.Jutiotterret. '. country Passed ty the I January!) '8.3.li .' "
t which hat steadily increased in cir vlaiion Unless taxes and t J. bounded East by.Sil! |lr rl, Wt'lPb13t11C1 *'
Pdra ere expanses nw paid before dny of'
((4 Bent Dealerin Groceriei, r..o.i.ioDI..C. ry HUMPHREYS. Mayor) South I .
bY.nlJinstrrel,n041 North ,
: b pojpCunaand. George street.Ti year, which proves how superior ii.I liDle. ELIJAH! \VAT..OX, I Attest *- 'I II oyuiaiiionsirrrttv)! j
:1 posed I. lIe owned Vaudenburg[ Giles: & I luITisa*.;'
Qifincy.: Watch ,uker and Jeweler, on Terms.-.Cheapest l torg s meet, iesrly officepf Dr. Peck. for nnterpriseOrange County Dec. 25,152.I .- --- tl1X' ?S expenses zrepaRi Ixlure opposite One copy one year, 12 doll.tr ; fur three copies I 5 &a.t'. \\
T !,;. 'jn\\ Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps) dollar ; for five copies 7 dollars and flAy cents ; I Tax Collector's Hale. -Sh! ( L HI'J Y-l hid L'J'VJT\ R. '1'. rOYDslieniffaa&tex.o+ :\.:,;.*ij

1- IIatsidr1 Goods* eaqt side Charlottee street, for eight copies 10 dollars ; fur sixteen copies 20 dol! I $ UO.OOO.( Tar.\*.Ct'j'?or and Uolletorr"-
4 ;I- i\\r" fom i1'Cbulou| ttrfe%nnd-Treasury Lane.lAwyntt lars.PRMIUM3 BYtrue of the power vested in me bylaw,) I TZ2C JIIJTVAU4 i4SFJ,: ISVZANCJo:1 L Palatka, January lstiS53. tlj,;
i4; ., ; Andreu.. Tailor, Charlotte street, FOR CLUBS.-To repay prisons getting I 1 for sale before the Court House in ( : Lt1 1- .. ,"
i l pear.Ke Fort. up Clubj.! the following t-p'endid Premiums will i'alatka, on the first Monday of July next, tin*'follow Tax Culkclors S e. r .
.,j John ,Utlna, Pool 1akr, Charlotte street near b.p given :-For a club of three or five, a premium described propertyor en much thereof as will pay the OFNEW YORK-NO. 35 WALLSt., S
?_ .1 ,be Ci11"llqtet. 'JiI" I plate 16 Ly 2-1 inche-a magnificent offer. For a state and county taxes and the necessary expenses due -JET Accumulated Fund Xor. lit. 18-19, $900- t1J: Y virtue of the power T.ted in me byla;'I :

a;. MbaiL t iNelliitn-Cabinet Maker, Charlotte club of eight n copy of the Magazine! for 1&52., Fora thereon, to wtt.J62 1'l COO,securely i in vested in Bonds and Mortgages .' shall expose forsulcbefore the Court hlosii-4'.
on real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks 1'ilalku.on the. first Monday otfJuiyiiext.t1ietnISrs't .
Ai atreejt.btlow TewpqaneeIIalI. club of sixteen, an extra copy for Id53and a pre acres third rate land granted to II. S. Dexter .
S )4 .t. JSartol&Qliverot. ,Black[ rfmithand Gun Smith, mium plate in addition. double taxed and advened for or I nfthe State and City. of New York and United ing described property or so much thereof aswd1f

a earUb 1 Ninh Gate of the City. \ Adiliessed,,post-paid, to.CIIARLtS. taxes for the year 1852. being in township nonpayment J2 ranae States Government. 4 '4 the state and county ta.xesautt necessary Xpeuaf :

4 "o' fifJ.j', J. PKTFRSON: 26, bounded North. East and West by public: lands This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extet o. due thereon to wit. :
lJopl lll 'rMley, Lwttort and Refreshments, by No. !f 8 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. and South by the River :t. Johns. tied and prosperous business. A piece of land in the Town of Palatka! kbowi or <;
'.Bricfl ; ij.UQLCI. ) The Company declared, dividend oi profits of fif feignntrd' on a map or plat of said town as the NerUl
.,1', lip:Qftntt': Retailer Liquors, RefresHmenta.trett TO fLA.fitjfi; Pli&IY''lJlhS Unless taxes ,and expenses are paid before day of ty-two percent on all existing policies the 31st half of Block No. 23. bounded South U the 8u.tabalf t.-

I'. Ifc.t C T pMite BriJiera Bowling sale. January, 1843. of said Bfock, East by 2d street \Yc.t ty U \.
/ 4t1eV Valuable Tracts of Laud 'ftr Sale. R. T. BOYD;Sheriff and ex officio All use Profits arc divided street. North by'inajn street owned by tie b fJrs.c
., J.1fT L f glllB: subscriber as Agent of the several owners Tax Assessor and Collector p. c. among' J. Phillips. >" I
; : ;', .. JL Palatka.! 1st, 1853. the' Injured.
offers for sale January
some the most valuable lands Unless raze and before day ffsale.
: are paid
I.i. The in cash expenses j
ift::1 t OFFICE. in East: Florida, to wit : :' premiums are payable annually,semjnnuallr '

r :Jije' tl L I r., Pi cvZdts Mail' SIIlI'. !,,.Bridier'i. CitySTAGE. 800 acres valuable hammock land, West ofFlem- Tax Collector Sale deferred or quarterly interest' being added on the R.T. BOYDsherlffandex-sL t 1

I LteIktt'. I ; ... I ington known as the Gibbs Lanilain Marion ,Co., 1TBY: Tirtue of'the power vested in me by law I The payments. Tax Assessor and Colleciof 1'. c.Palatka. :
:;f. I .: :. 1100 acres near the Alachu Savanna, known as I ..JLD'.hal1 expose,for sale before the Court House in cash principle adopted by this Company January 1st, 1853. .
cures to the parties for whose benefit the insurancesare .
: l CHURCHES.. the Carey Grant. PiUtkaon the first Monday of July next the follow r
effected the wholeof the
: :11'i 1400 acres in San Fciasco Ifarrjmock near New- ing described property or so much thereof will pay advantages, without Tax'Cohlecior'tusSalc.
Cl ktlit Church. North Monumen subjecting them to the he3vy drawback of
nansville. known as the Lawton Lands. the state and taxes and
Muake. & 14'1 county necessary expenses duc hated premium dotes. virtue of the power rested in me b) la*
Several thousand acres good and in the Ane- Ibrrton, to wit By
*, South fc Persons expose for sale before the Court Ifonse'Palatka *
.iiac.j4Ccc, si4e ]Mooumentsfjuare. dondoGron ma) effect insurance on their own lives
? ,..,t *I' .Pat;., Oa St. George street 7000 Halifax River of 700 acres 3d rate land granted to the Heirs of and the lives of others. A married woman can I in- orrthe first Monday of In.? next he JL1J '
acrl'lon South St. Augustine
Thomas Fitch and advertised for described tbra&f will
Ii Ut lJure. tI known the Balow ; nonpayment of tax- curethe life of her husband,the benefits of which are log property or so much as .
.ri1 t. &. ae rp'at"eet.. as ,Plantation having 800 .n for the year 1852,being section 42 of private surveys secured by law(critic exclusive. use herself or chi Ihcs state and county taxes and necessatvexpensesd /

I acres.,ofpper >land table t b.41 (orusi r t nnd5t uon. i in township 12 range 26 bounded'North: byiMicheICroaby'i d ran.. ., .-, *... .if.. thereon to wif. > ," *

__ 't' ." f ., AIic1'-ea1l1.- v'ili,.'"t- ,'',.7.haii1. 't *>1 r. "GD, : sr ntU>ootl byihI'OckiaiahaJjjy.* I 'Clergy1.eD".nd'" all,'others Vt\dependenf.;** ;*.'. 1J9 COUR.T.tASTER CIRCUJ'I' navigable., { water' _: S i+ er, East bythe; River SC.Johns.and West brgnant; of; v invited \ivaii ponraajanes ii2ff a'7d'ec1 fi-
are specially ro themselves of
S 1 The title are undoubted DDd'tt"rmllow-Apply, AhchattCr06b[ ,. .. source whereby familes a .1 ri' Cast .ilie,ruver.Si. Jot! .'aW\; et1* $u.
'10 surviving
to GEO. U FAIRBANKS may b.eecuredronl '
: (1't Feb28.1852 St. a Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day ofsale. the evils oipenury. ** viding'Maniow. and Fninani Conaiy. f'
Sr&t Angnstin.Florida.School .
'IUf.f' Pamphlets expbnatory the principles of Mutt zal Unless {axe* and expenses 1R"p3i! before isysate. fl.

For the Countiei of Orange aqd St. Lncie at Me1 Books. < I f R. T. BOYD.heriffand ev-off. Life Insurance,and illustrating advantages with: -

caviQe, on [the first Tuesday in {April in each andTP"UMf ( Pucyi Geography, and Atlas Woodbrtde{ do. Tax Assessor and Collector r. e, forms of application,may be obtained at the office or R T BOYD. Sheri and eat-ofl, t
.' : Palatka. Jan. 1st Assessor and Collector r
1853. Tax
!.r # and do, Peter Parleys do, Smiths new Grammar the Company,35 Wall St., or of any of its agents. Palatka "
I For.the Ccyanty of Sumpter, at Adamsville, on the Obeys History of the United States, Webster's TRUSTEES. ,January 1st, 1853.

S ,,ffcond,Monday, in April in each and every )ear. speller and definer, Walker's dictionary, southern first t TUITION. Jos B Collins, David C Golden. nazomJjknhes' &:; \

I .Fcr the county ofPntnam,at PilallTa third,Tuesday class book. im baw history ofGrtec ,do do of Rome, r.InHE Subscriber at the request of many of his I Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, ,I Wade $ '
I: jn Apriliiq esch and every. year. : do do of. United, States english reader, pictorial spel u- friends baa been induced to undertake the tuition R H McCure'y1., Win; Betts Indelible Ink iritn preparation, Af :
1'1 k d Razors ready fcr use.
For the ling book, do primmer do reader school reader cia limited number of Pupils.! He,'herefore Ered Winston set
cpunty pf Marion,at Ocata,(ourtb 1J0 fa' da- contemplates Joseph Blunt sorted Cutlery Scissors, Accordons., shaf ifl f P.
I bolls arithmetic slates leal opening a School on edneday the ; C W Faber 1
pfrtL, pencils, ink. letter paper, first Isaac G Pearson, brushes steel
: ,boxes, combs hair bnsnea, fJ
I For thercoaoty o( Alaeh.ua! U wafers, qnilLs steel pens, note paper, toy books Z.c. day of December next nt the-'house recently occupied I John P Yelverton, Henry Wells, straps it3411a
Newnansyl !
at rings, tweezers cork )Ink
iie, B. E. UARIL as a law office by W. A. Forward, Esq., Theo Sedgwick Wm sciews patent |
adjoining Moore.
Brst,Monday tn May. j r assorted steel fish } hooks twine.
March 26th. 1853. the residence of Judge E. B. Gould, Stacy B Collins Zebedee pens lines ,cottou
Cook, .
For the county or B. E. CAR
Columbia Alligator, on the lIe wm teach all the Elementary branches of John H Swift Joaa
4 an' Miller, .
I ptecnd. Moridjy of Ma/. v i, 1,000 BOOK \.GEtTSV A TED, English Education viz.-. pelting, Ucadjngr.-Writing John Wadsworth David A Comstock, Feb. 25, 1853. -, .. .

: .Nr the eottnty Naasatt,at Nassau C. H., on the TO SELL PICTORIAL AND OTHER USEFUL and Arithmetic.He S 31 Cornell, Robert Shnyler. Jnsl Eece1Td. '

I Wednesday. before the (berth1 31 onday ia May.. W6RKS FOR TED YEAR 1853. will also give,instructions in the theory of Sur- Gouv M Wilkins James Chambers, ..
:- S I. For,the drunty of Duval, at Jacksonville on the 8i,000 DOLLARS A YEAR! Tryinj. Navigation. .,and Mensuration. John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckennan Bay Rum., Essence rd IIIs.Rbte Lemon Vat& r.rl't. j
fourth MonHay of May. Tnxs fElt QUIETER.---Forth" Fred hutlesey, Moses
; ,i' Elementary branches H
[ b in every coubtjr of the United Grinnell, extracts, savory orange peel], cinnamon, $ Det..at, "
WANTED Charles !
A : JFo'rf the c antT *f s t. John's, at St. Augustine on active and ; ,6per quarter,h31f quarter in advance. Ely, Wm J Bunker, thyme matarjt aocse
I enterprising men, to en Surveying &. John C nutmeg, peach yeast powders,
jSe Mondiy in June. $3 extra Cruger Eugene Dutilh
sfcond t gage in the sale of tome of the best Book in the radish.pKi.es capers &c.

'- \\ '&LLTZ1Y.. : coor try.. To men rf t, good address, possetsin" i a Hours Surveying of tuition, separately from 9 to pet 2 quarter O'clock aG. 00 Alfred WaIter Pell Joy, Francis Lathrop, B. E. c na. :
J 0
small capital of from 825 to 100, such Thatcher. Feb. 26
inducements 1853. _
a Fpr th .unties cf Orange and St. Lueie third 4 JAMES S __ _
\ GOULD. _
offered enable JOSEPH & ""*
will be as to them B. > -m i n I
to make from COLLINS President.1U.1C r. [ r
$ > $ito No,.
\ .'l'ti aa1. before the first Monday in November' 20, IP52. ;
85 a day profit. ABBATT, Secretary. Received the CaieUu.lwns.corn *
t \ (which'for ti? Teat 1853 will be the ISth Ociol"T. JUST by
.4 DOT The Books published by os, '*te all wefal in Jostra BLCXT, Counsellor. lead,linseed oil,turpentine,nail,molu
: \ .S i r'or ttw county. of 'tnam, on thft last Tuesday> their character, extremely populiVJnd" ,command RAIBERgIEs Beef Dried. Apples! Fallen Market G. R. FAIRBANKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. honey, sugana pork, bacon,hami,beef ebeese,
and Hams syrup
before the lit.Monday in November (which for the large sales wherever they are offered. Dried Beef Bacon,Pork Lard qlGth. candles starcb, zud4
bread flour '
4 85 of .November. cheese cmkers,,hoice family flourgrahara crackers': crackers soap,
'yearl jlUfceJst For further particulars, address
1 (postage paid) buckwheat rasions, almonds,currants e citron ts, &.
S \ Fof,iatxOHOtjr jsCSnnipter'. en the fourth WedcesNowo ROBERT 7?>iJf A RS'PUBttstlEJ1' wine, of&e.rice, gelatine. ,. corn, starch. .,,i choice teas Billiard Table ami Ten Pin Alley pepper: tobacco segan. inoS and leaf;brooms. ;' J '",'

i.a, Sn r.JwJueh fcr tht year 1653, will be 181 William Street., New York, !t. :_' ," J.1 1. A T the Magnolia Retreat, open throughout the washboards, psilbsiketi'fiIiBnti. mau, '* b'

,f'tt h." d. ..oVer'! .,. t.I, .: I .'4. .1-1 I '. 1. S S*,-, ,February' 5th,1 1853. .1" ., March! 12th.. i I ,.' p, .E.CARR.. ,jnLday and ,veningt .' < &c..,,,' 4, B.E.CAB* ..
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