The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 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: UF00048575:00161

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Mlirif IUn-SlGITill>J OVJBU. ; eras was to performed( at tho theatre, and he I soon convinced .that aha had heard all his previous : > Family Secrets. ,"' "

> 1""' took courage as he bethought himself of thus endeavoring conversation. "Irigratel .was.lhd. only The foundry bell rang,and Matthews hastened

|> EHAMcacfiB BRAY, AT.t. .... '' ireswr rtiTiix :u'ax once more to get a glimpse of his beloved word which he could 'articulate ;'whdst at the I 'homo to his breakfast. The first sound that met

> *, .Johttt county rio .ft. _41 and explaining tiio matter. Seated in'his same moment; her father;called a little boy to. :his cars on opening the door of his house was:

t I. ta J.nmpear"r: at 13togeoatr+r!
phyieal deft of neanightodne&s being very looked all around far BOOM: tim, without discovrf. "You -wrong me. Don FeliRp; I did not write were regaled with a bad smell of ashes and I

4i, :-;! DoiUr*per a*JMJF &advisee.Aoof p&mtH'.t !n.JWrlt I find that s iny only dififbul-' eying the otjjcct of his>ta arcls.. .At length ho was thatnole," said,the trembling MatiUs, hurried steam, .and tho sight of I his wife in- Uw act of '

inied uota all amrBg t alb 'eel I. al t front scron :t the I Ir ;her mother in ortho- .l 4 mopping a puddles'ofjjrown and white slop
.. .r sure he saw: her mOl .. one .. ) up ,
h U' Bring ton Cac inncn' box suit p' 10 na u n ,. 66Wh tv "'wrote. ..t".. .' ,whtm.lw a spreadingltsdf:over See ,Th.
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tjquat btsertiou. To ywriadvertisers a I -t wSlbe Itlt entertaining as any that! I could telegraphic signs, yhic1J.rQ unheeded by tith I 4) not know," said sht', at length ; 'but the morning in question. Her uncombed hair ..

,,' .,... .]1 ntslwilbe.0U, ky before my fair reaJer. Sow, racthinks I young lady; and .length, when the opera 'was j you h.vl: better go away, and at twelve I shall bo j sticking out under the border of a dingy nightcap

,/. AS alrarthttHUtti sast be pU for be&reefttM9 hear h a ked, "Who Don Felipe R-JM over,he join:.! 1 imai the darkest, part of the: on the balcony." her gown open behind, apron hanging by

.: .......... 1m8 bJ tt r. Bjr Pn n.eWmUe reader whSst I explain to stairs, sayiag to the younger as he did, so"Senorita lIop once more:>> sheJ it? bright: rays on the I only one string and boots dirty and unlaced,

.116' w"; to MT tams, the req&ft. sum way lie you that be is a charming youth or Uirce-and pardon iny wistaka.if yoa will! again heaiit of Don Felipe: ; and, full of the happiest: I completed the appearance of the thorough slat

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"!.. ,;. cwintcnanee glvehina the air: of a per fact "/Tn>* meantime, permit ins to rctura your handUcr-: : he waited for the appointed hour. Oa hasteningto at six, but she lay in bed till tho last minute, and

AdwtiM nee4't sot marked oath the 4e Jbm**;'* ad'ed to which, "an ardent temperament '
". ', chief' the spot ho beheld Matilda rcatly at her past, then all was hurry to get breakfast ready induo

I.mtl Mr of tawrtwiw,required, uTB be continued .I and conseqient aptitude to &\ in love, "To whom do you address your conversation: and'could: notbut: S1Z3 witi rcncwa: 1 admi-alion tim .

... fcrW, and cbarr-d fie.DoStrs I hl:C him t.) find cnpocial favor with the fair! sex, Cabaiero?" replied a strange voice: whilst at the on her bright eyes and lovely countenance ; but On this morning as usual, she brought down

W" .,.T.' win be chard for aft an.Isaeiatittrf and to meet vita many agreeable JLlrcntures in same:, moment a din lamp revealed.. to him that\ his troupes! were not yet destined: to end, as w.cslioll the baby, which,uncomfortable in its wet nightclothes \ '

esftJidaietfbroSce; to be paid his pffregrinaUinis about Madrid. Uiifurtucatelythpsc he had wide some mistake,although: the person soon see. lay screaming in the cradle. A lit\ e

fa attaraia aJranUires, are, in some measure, countcrbaUn ho addressed resembled his idol very t:1:lC1.' Contrary his usual, custom, on this evening I boy, tired of being left alone, had crawled to the '

!Ghee to DcMrt and Creditors, $7 on "
tiot far Latter of AOariaigtraUna. G 00 Tvbi4 not only EC: !* Wm into crazy sercp'* with: *llcro i.< some strange: mistak; ?," al-L'd the :
A"jfa> breathe the fresh! cir wirer supper and there he I 1rs. Matthews had made the coffee, and put the .
jinpt.1 Admr. 10 00 and J><*a0. bu prevents liHnoicing| lady: "although the lundcrchicf: is ray sister's!
bUjbe"'Lf .
as !
...Iu..ror lay, stretched ah cosy-chair: on the balustrade, milk onto boil, and had only just run up to'

.8, OIl ..h.. for pirate benefit trill berates ire smiles ami fiances which more dishr owe These' word, reached the car of the uuuiaia: : much to her annoyance,f, It was in vain that she '\ smack'the noisy, undressed urchin on the stairs

., ,' W*.tt* '.f adfertwtiqj, f lar1-eyed tiwrila bestows span him: Hut why-, who eagerly I inquired'what: : "they meant begged; him. retire lest 1 fia should take cold. i when she heard the milk boiling over, and hurrjin -' ," ,

\ "x11 t".Ih... Il rilbe k1Ion.e4 grL- yea MI' docs be Mt remedy this defect bv .rcar- j "XoUiing dear minima, replied the young: Our hero's defective vision: prevented his seeingthe ? to snatch it off the fire, sheupset the cob

in;apeetAelettf Now let me just ask S ou- -whcrc }lady, "only' that thh gentleman has given me a ,
f "tIlth. \ old man;and with tender rcccnU he commenced fec-pot, and was mopping? up,the .wasted beverage -

.-." Wte ire Job priating, most be paid k the pretty giritwho :would Jikc to :go through Matilda'! a conversation,his beloved.Matilda as her husband entered. She eyed him with

_tlltoiltlr. ettIb snortW' r. the marcs of the 'Polka aad Mazurka with aupcclacXl : 3.gsnUscnri by MaJila's : ," said her Cither, softly& "'3 any one an angry frown meant to show she 'was not

&I i4wx eu butptt,and eomnwaieatiwftj cavalicrt And at twenty-three Don handk rchi,:r'1 .: speaking to you ?" afraid. On one fide were the supper things ,of
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bath ir? to receive attention. I I Fclijic, cannot summon ifHcknt rcathution to rc- "1bd m-T- the
-* jwtf|M <"To< me papal Xo-certainly not" Uie night before-on the other, extinguished
)C( his fiivorite past'mc. An -gU$>, tnig l'L1s "KxjJain yourself sir.:' -* *
cyc sister.
"Then it must be to your flic. In front, the table covered wjlh: dust, and

.1 lit. Itt' t e etPH ij etilcd as another remedy; yet this alui 1 "The other day-that is tkht I mean the other "Listen to in?, dearest continued the! lover. the slcppy floor. He turned on his heel, and
unlczs used : at the ball of tae Marchioness of D-." ,. '
.. .._. _., .. ___ J_ __ "'" "p\ni"nt'C-; constantly :" is the You sre I hat good reason to bo angry, here ia went to breakfast a coffcc-houscl', which he
J:1unmi that
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Ob : interposed
tcouul observation Bit to yes '
: my "
escape 'I had visited often under similar circumstances
CARRY 3IE ZIO2XE TO DIE. t. young laJy; ; "L11 s' Calnl'crodanced: wish i my' so ,
'" 1- */ no sec it, this motI :nt, you deceitful that he looked upon it as a much mtw?comfortable

., M"W'f"" 1trf'\ to ny tbilEaooJ home, I One ni.rMtla ball given by the Marchioness of D I I Xcrcliilf."GxacUy sinter i v.ho.' must: lug'- forgotten her.pocket: hand- :girl !I"! !said tic! colonel, jumping. up. "Away' place dial his own bow ".

r cOiiere rile' oceea'! 2" ear -, oar heat .danced with the pretty Matilda I i with: you, end: bring hither light, in order that Richard: Cooper, also a workfian at the same
W sr U'ws. d..k.a rnck.bwtad cart, de and struck wiUi her i : so, Sjoorlla, it WAS forgittca. -.
1M. a much
; Ijainry, was so I T may read it." He entered e room, scowlingat foundry went to his breakfast at the Ulna hour.
AM .... IfcWUF"' are! Charms that he lost time in "In: troth this i is passing: :: : strange aided thiinamraa : '
1 no making a paRs"on
.1 I I poor Matilda, as he opened! tho note, and read No sooner did he open the door leading into his
1'a ...' ...a, is stn.ger'e t.ad. ; "yet, sir C 'uCcrt), .vo pr offr you o:itthan. I
-t ate declaration of Jai* love to her. The younglady : ''
/ i iI as follows:-"Cahallcro, i if on the evening: of thoMarchioness's Jiitchcn than a litHe girl, the picture of cleanliness
&...ii' a ."vafi'* eTe. I on whom Dan Fulipe's sentiniantal: air had I I
ball indiscretion caused to for kiss andalitUe able
: : : my : you ,ran a boy,just tocrawl
Oh'! e."Tf err boat*. Ob err rac boas, not been lost,. in no raprored hs; temerity Had: a Uumderbo'.t r"lo..t hu fcaDon FelipeII ill
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: '1 rlr J9JJ.h Ol1C-: seemed eerto jump from his mother -
OU! JtOltih l I.J'w 11 lii rJEtrciii>rirnv J*yi Tl\Jq>p soldn4l4T..s..J rosy gr pros; ; andllaU '
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... i '. iannoyed DcaUi uid fury!-what ilo I sec?-this letter arras. Ricliard'd wife was a tight trim little
wMdi him the most that he bad (
} bad reason to he convinced lhat his fore :.was., r
J tii.:1r t. .. oy M: noon en- u from ray wf: 1""Ala body,always neatly dressed-never looking slat
nturncd. lid Vine: rin.oons'3"1Jj put a note in i the earner of tae! Inti.lkereJiief ,
A'ready >
9'...j r'rf'I a.d (......... .'rW.i was' ?, papa: !-= ternly, ev.cn: when at work. The room \TISchrerul'
'. j po'ki g yen tha! lovers an onp.vtani'.y: fir tieathigai: 5nLcrvie'r-s-aiil what: was likely now '
I \n rw-r r M" A. YM 1 .,1. UJnram:) 1.J wrctc'i! at her aye to make: : any and ctc:1n. breakfast quito ready, tho
.. '; Ui1 convcrAt'on lKrxy! .lding fuel to then lobe the fate of such: ( a paper? '
'C'ftm. : t a << .
r r-f't etoO' one conceive hopes!1" '. bright coq',- -pot stood steaming on the hob, anda
:'t: 0" e.t ,r .1x sir n' home. t.I ;w'y-atvaVcncd far*; but before the tcrnvnt- TrcrrMing; and( r.ir.lofiJcd as to whrt'co a i c "Hut : --" dish of porridge and milk on the table for the

1 ... .. lion: Uie ba1! D- F -, renewed his rolcsLitiongad to take,1II3 foUoTe-l the foilsteps of the ladies! p3pa"n
T.ar mr $t tir ; ; of >a !. i p gom', child! Letino(? pass: until awaken children. Richard snapped his fingers to the
fl.! ka *. OV ft we fcotnt, J fona notontythecxaetliaarat3mint : until they rca !ic'1 their own: dii", ai 1 then renulnel "
e 1 7 aw to rf '. her, and rouse the house. little boy, kissed the girl, lifted them-both into
Ok e.rr" .e lank" to et'i: ? -:' i u'e at wluch'MatPda shoved l1ct'tseiCon.t1lc Balcony watc'ain: ; i in tw! .. ., ',...tiI : Ho soon accomplished this; and the neighbors ; their chairs and sat down opposite his wife, looking -
but'a'so the church where R!.ic hear Sr -ts. In vain dil ho listen to hoar if anyangry
I.. t I.gee sir .,:.e' .pi. ..' Wet1tAo.: were lost in conjectures, as to the probable! and feeling;: very happy. His half hour's visit .
.. mam, the promenade: audTo'lu' as \\'Jarh! she discussion: took placs; ; na sounl mot his unwonted to his
cause of such a disturbance at so family every morning sent him back to
.:i M"" er"v sr"C .
/ e.r fr uearte4l, a. aei ai'tCr m\n1'1'.iI r.&vo.tite o- car, Rare the clearbell: of C1..nei;;;, .;)rio; clock! ,
his work
srylne'.be,. : r lu'M.. i hour. Thus desperate stile of alttirs,: caused the w.ijji renewed hope and; confidence.The .-

'r4N4 nr,1I! .It, ...:'S.. .' ," d. One wwtiia1, Itovrcver, did cncapo him, which struck tTcivc. At Icngtli: when quite greatest:. anxiety to the disappointed: loverr who t I secret of his comfort and good temper lay in

waitIi watithatofmakfnliimaofacquintedr.\ ; ,lh tired of wait'nj; *, hs retired to hi.i own how! ?, his mre's.tmbilq
1 below! to and
i *.rIJ "M.Jr.f"1"'III" N'r"OH. remained like a phantom: listening oCelI'Jy.rising prudent -
,. roloml there to l le awake and lament hi: misfortunes.AVc D:11.
t.\ t arsons tfber father (:i ofcava'rj-), I actn2nt- .
lgiirw dwtibad drrtoeJ.'y ere unheard quid pro qua. .... .
o .! "7 ",. .. ss'..,y:.! er Me ....,.. l4 raotbrr. nod an: e'der. B'K T, who sere all must now take. a peep Inside the house, His open character: together with a delicate ,-. ..- .

OIl! ir.'h'" to'tie! pre t; and" he ala firgot ta in' rm his ladyforf'ofUie (o KCC what happened there during: this .interval. sense,of honor, j prcvontcd Ion Felipe from allowing nOD AND ms Porst, .-Bob ,was a singular
.'. uaiortarAic! clrcumstaaco: of his ox- The Sonora, who had Liken the handkerchief: this mistake to remain long unc=pbinct). I genius but not half! so singular as his two point ,

"1e. IP .e "Mt to a,..f.l..t". tri e jihorineK of sight; this he afterwards | with; the Intention of scolding her daughter, soon Accordingly, he summoned courage, and knocked crs; they were canines of singular habits, ingu-

4. iW '-" !*rwl ; hand to hare been'lDOItt Cita.1 error.annoi&te I -discovered; the note; and, after her first bursLof at the door in a determined manner.: The color I lu in their looks, and both of them-were contrary .

-S.. lriwaiie. ..... ii'nb ia'1s o.M siege I" ..-w .'. 1!-ionr- lia----J AI. scareplvcrrircil--- -- on--- I anger had subsided, she. rclire.l to her o en room. ncl looked over the balcony.: as their master was cross., If one took 4.J n.b-

T. cte t.y aura y be showing morning: xrhen 07 be po-tcJ to the I there to tnodstate oa what was to be done She 'I .". ". -: .. "be. as"- bit, the other woud'nt budge an .inch." If one "
friend so
"Caballcro said food
our ,
.... nrl"Pt'' i iOfc to 'eJ iae cliere: i ,
a "' .
I ireet where the Donna resided, carefully soon decided on Raying: nothing: to Matilda to"an of found a bone the other would snarl and snap till
for moment explanation
I my
to listen a
.....tta f'-r.. !a.rY\f .
I ,. dug live numbers of the liouses as he went cxami-I: writing: n laconic answer, as if coming; from her conduct" the bone had disappeared. !' ,
; "" Iteat I
? ar-; r.e bower. Ok tr! 1 meA
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ry. ,wt3ve, awl tint the house was situated: at the "written and scaled this note, she went to bed, 'down shire, opened: the door., "Do; you listen to', with the name Nick," and was consideredby

Tke Ir.rer." Omer of a certain street; now tIle opposite corwr \ feeling quite: certain that on the fallowing.: morning these!" said he, :addressing our hero, at the same his master to be the" biggest fool of a dog ho v ,

txan* seventy-two, our hero In his blindness an opportunity would ofler! of dropping it at ever seed!" .. .
: the him.
pistol ,
errant...,. n&te of Rrin a Fee- moment pqinting
I of dtaHenMgT*, and a daughter of the atetook the Utter for the facer number; and J, nto the hands, of the Caballero: ; nor wa; she "Calm yourself," replied Don Felipe; ."and One morning the dog started a fox, and away

staff his who with r.ni-! | for sooner had the clock struck went fox dog and Bob the two former in
z.. The wcrettrj Ml dtfpera'jely in love [hero lookup Pt. MilUdo: mistaken no listen to roe.- My name: Is Don Felipe R-fray ; a very

.. ..,nr the Priteer whe 1ek,&lowed bit ad- 1 1I nine quickness hid seen him arrive, took oat her ciht; than she dlscoveredtim at his past underneath house and family: are well known. An unfortunate j short space 'of time leaving. Bob in the lurch-. '

"SraMe vbHtvas cushion, and,hating to the oo: nJ', there dkJayod'au1 I the balcony. A few minutes: after, the : 'series of mistakes has caused me to disturb clear oht of sight**. .-' ,
One terlitfejbt.fatc proto
leBfed* a late hoar and te fee taearfttate a deep [ the gracas: other person in her morning I i window was opened, and a delicate white hand the tranquility of your house, arvi I cannot- Bob however followed! on, and presently.carne --
all in vain Don tbr w'out small : ,wlaic111ac eagerly caugh t to a wood-chopper whom he
attire. But it was : Felipe I I a paper} ; these to remain longer unexplained. immediately...questioned -
would .
hi foot-marks ..
art bad lafien. If be left, t permit .. '
kept his eyeseoat1'nuafy fixed on tho"balcony! of but on looking up, tho wnbwo: ; shut, an d ho commenced a faithful accountof :
remain koger would ex- Hereupon .
MftHtT.him bias, and kM yet Ii..to ... At leagth the Prin- the oppN1tc house, scarcely! deigning to notice' the momentary hopes of hi heart fades :1\\:1y.1 all that had happened, which was: fully: corroborated "Have you seen.a.foe go by hcrc :J;. ,:-:0 it
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reaolftd him on her bock to afttlbidt the beauty whom lie had appointed to $Ce. This It were vain to attempt to describe the cfTeHof by J>O l mother.1 and jhtcrsind; he hW. \.T'b.tt.' Cr<\ ... ".: !ir'M: >>?L\Ii f" or, "

: tecarrry hie cll... 1t.Nppm ted. unexpected insult(t Vliat' caw could to&hc'conslici such an accumulation mishaps: on Don Felipe thus succeeded in calming: the agitation of the jealous ,**ilaye you seen a dog go by he:1 ,

W.e& fiber >>kill) piqued the sclf-loVc,of our heroine. ; she Sn flee: it to say, that, amongst other tt ihlresolves z colonel. ""ai, yes. they were ru in' along. .. hike. bla- "
"W Am the window ofthk&evel .,
e three or tiur mss, fluttered her handkerchief the thought of blowing out his brains F zcs.-" i -'. .
coaghed Don was
;, I On the following morning Felipe
oceedrna'the .
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and began to hum atuns, but all to nopurpose flashed across him; bat an getting more calm, he! in due form by the Marchioness ; and "How was they*" f
of the lank oar the toSou ing presented
IIJljllaWI for the disappointed lover, after casting decided: on renouncing the tender passion fqr when the old man was made acquainted ride, his "Wai about nip and tuck, dog a Teethe ahead_**' : ,
and WI daughter were
when Evitard pres.he round ever. fortnight, however, hal: scarr'.y! elapsed: i sloped and the 'dog for.;hard
'akdmtatt J ousht to be done to a man rapid glance at her,Jlurncd again quickly 't rank and fortune, he had no opposition to offer to .pob\ gave up, :
he to waver in hi? determination, :1'ld'
to watch the opposite house. This scene had ere began: one. I"
wdd oBtd a Kteg'a daughter to carry the match. v ..
to tile Prado with a frien ; !
lasted more than an, hour when the despcrl.tcyouth : he set forth one day "* /. '
Malta INT win Je s throagh Gnat and snow, with determined t to beguile his Melancholy,-'anc-must I admit it?. \ITt'L-IJe% sat before s low fable, and ..hispale i

M a wortcr... nlgM! They answered that he thinking lumsclf sported 1. rcady to undertake a* fresh adventure.So For the bencfit of such of my readers as may: fingers clutched! with i convulsive energy the:
I not without ) to get an cpi -quit ,
though a pang up history of.the 1
:5SrM vtrtfif tfdeafh, 'Tfee lovers became alarm- f ( and make acquaintance with her 'oppositeneighbor. ; much for the constancy of t1N! -and-twcnty wish to know the subsequent handle of a knife., His brows were knit;and his i.
soar them that the : j
III W" Zieper.r. aaMmsaki: EvIarrd, laid- I Full of this intention, he uossdl the I I r 1, lovers I must inform. after the marriage above _1 lips tigeht'comPressedr! while the wild and unsettled
zIt solemnized shortly '
"ad.#tiw !reed my c1a.t.eT' thou hovJdst i firm underneath the was on one of hose soft and peaceful evenings was very : expression of his eyes seemed to indicate :
nkedltb step I
h...s> to me--OMB art worthy of death.1Mt .- street, a raised his head speak in July, when itis so delightful to brcatht I events had taken place; but truth obliges ma to tIle desperate purpose that was flashing through ;
i and tp
I ..... thee two Ik*'* kkl\hJ" fair porter illi balcony of Matilda, moment she I Ito the balmy air'under Uifr shady tress, that the whisper, that when Don Felipe scrutinized his his excited brain Suddenly he held the glittering ( j ji
her when at the same pLiscdher : witb'the assistance of of '
pair: !
ad Jon one asetber1 Thkiniimaiy ; little fair partner, a spectacles i steel to the light he felt its kcer/edge and :
tl cm., frig OH handkerchief aces her face,dropped it,and, I friendj sat down; and after a general conversation I he discovered that her, ,
eM ef tie greatest of princes, and ruShed In shutting the window and a few remarks upon the passers- and a clear light, tapering point, then with startling; enuir ho t; ,
without syllable, somewhat sundry smallpox ,
I**.*mtby fee tatelian ofuw:7.a -proud she did so. On opening thehandkerchief by, each proposed relating: his last love adven-| bc.utyn9 impaired: by defects., Her raised the fatal knife on.high! ,, and plunged it in '
violently as and few other slight
atL1 .fbtiir ......-s.w fH tIe Soliseildkrt I at recognized the turel. With his : natural frankncs, Don Felipe; marks, : the breast of a-roost goose. The gravy ran
Don Felipe onco
; 1 doubtless moro than, counterbalanced -
i ...... ,. border and initials as on that-which Matil commenced his tale, and alter narrating all the amiable qualities thoso on the sun so that only out in torrents, and the half famished,1 young
.. .. ... same incidents which had occurred, ho concluded by spots gentleman behind him as the only monumentof 1
of the ball He next exaaaaed -
do in orderto
da tarrM the evening I remained for Don Felipe to '
:,", -"" ,1ta Iririaa.z fereogU up bet re a Ute his discovered announcing his intention of giving it up forever} one thing I his prowess, a pyramid of bones. -1
and to horror off his
the house, them and that \TUb ; .
.' ;;., Jf-.u.. fir tie ea it I'WieC oa a charge of X6 sooner had he ceased speaking, than: he fan. forget i
f custike. is tobacco chewer like a in a ;
his spectacles. j Why 'a. goose
aM wal tkaa qaesU66td"hat clod ho heard a rapid movement "ie neighbor
.J. "1 y, to describe the 4"' :
be rage .
would impossible I
It ---4+ Dutch !
oven |
...ofTwl" Pat Serefyeert'hoBortnowToa in trees and upon looking round, he perceivedamongst I .
caused him. For three ; ; '
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vrhich his own stupidity : said Because he Is always on the spit :.- "
.." fa the sawriag Sfe ; TwoTnixcsTO !f rom.PIifip Henry .
.. other persons a military man., accompanied
n 1 and throe nights he paced up and down the I who this ha been
The perpetrated
man I
should that
hare ever been to see days seatclatalittledistance. There are two thingsjwe OTwarq: : : young
.... 'oungbdj
w 1M of sa ;c.FIn: vain did he by a flancl fern head to t toot-rind hud'up .
street Itf an agony pen ashamed aha that in ;
of the wrapped
rk Pis .Aar.ala does youroiw !' remained' e1os ." On the On approaching nearer, and: putting his glasal! we, never be '..,... ._ '" Gospel. I : wemay machlnu '

'< I... free odd IreUM Ina'' watib fcarlh;zTtp Uio' .9 balcony,,:our oflbe cum=m's Cmitt op.r he then d'scovcred hi!$lovely Matiicisi :M guk1'was' )nccerbc. a shame?,tojjj, >; on a sfl'irin'" the front..room." ,over, 'd, ._-." "
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Pacific Railroad* \ ECTIOfS. ." i EUROPE.iN WAR. ". York Is undoubtedly Aaile .\ '"
is 'ft tioaist
i' .
A Pam ,mitten i by a.tnetnber.o$ the strongest; sense of the term, by a large
Philadelphia BIT, thus cams ap the advantages .. J lhSJSSJPI'I-Tho Democrats of this State have FOB a CO Sidrabtimoock the public mind i if it were only heard decide in taajerit'

of tfeb great projected enterprise: elected their candidates for Congress, and there has been in a state of anxious suspcnsegbn account The result ejection an united ferm.

a let tt win necessarily Kocore to ua arirtual i is a majority In tho Legislature on joint ballot of the impending war between',Russia Anc1Turkcy. of tho this prone' tSal the miett. .

roanopoly*- of the Ohineso, And Japanese market against FOPTE'S election to the U. S. Senate. Every stcamcrwhie'harnccesfroau icy e'

.rti" Besides the maw of this Continent those ...". .. "..... '*NEW JESSET-Price, (dcra.) is elected Governor rope is eagerly looked for to solve the question, to the public, but the pictures on exhibttioa n !

of aD EttTope, for all parts Eastern, Middle and or FEDERAL BIGOTS AND DETERMINED of this State. The Democrats have also a but to the present time, no definite intelligence inferior and lit
Southern AU and of all European possessions In the Legislature. has.arrived to put an end to this suspense. By ; meagre iittrtlt .
attAidonca :
in theP > will be carriei overt 's RESISTANCE TO ALL WHO OITOSE THEIT.ST majority The af the Chryatatrcnlly .
nn .equally NEW OBLTAXS-Dunbar, (dcm.) is elected to the last arrival; indeed there has been, Roaicthing a"
i rife and cxpMitiom route, and this mail Bcrvjceia I dccrcLS n ,'but the saperiaten&ati
wIM iu 14 conitilute a largo source of rcvecue. AUGUSTINE Congress from the first District by 1,900 major- like a beginning of hostilities! as itis stated, that the' fir the patronage IwstoTf*! Sts:;

: ." ity. Tho second District is doubtful, but DAVI, the Turks fired into a Russian vessel, whicbmty. ) exceeded \ oa it tea w8. J.
3d. The United States nuils between the two Saturday. ,November 1 IPtli.. 1853. ([dcm.) has a majority of 600 in the city. M. Marlgny be'*true, but needs confirmation bs&re, $jt .expectations. 0<
great sections of this UniNl'win be carried over \ Gav.. S1T1l0 has twnal a prootinatiin
Jcm. has been elected Sheriff by 2,000 be relied on as genuine. Judging from'the "PO i
( ) can .
this road with a great airing of expense to the Agents for the Ancient City. t pointing ThurO.* 2tth instant, a4a' dir .
s nation andoriima to the commercial majority. accounts wo have received of European diplomacy of
community, Messrs. BISBEE: i CxxovZ Jacksonville. Thanksgiving in this,State.
and with a rtrtainty that cannot be othcrwUc WISCONSIN-In the election of this State the it would appear, that at one time the probabilities liar
' ifaj. Jons BEARD Tallahassee I < The steamer Geirje with C tlilroia
alLinoJ.4tJ. I Democratic ticket has been successful. Bestow, in rat'orofn peaceful arrangement of existing ms
AU the travel of E-iropa; for tha larger R. T. BoTD; Esq. Pilatka.2f" -I 'to 16 ut! arrive.1 hero on TharaUy1 "
Jam has In difficulties while at another maromg
( .) been elected Governor. the city preponderate,
portion of Asia and all the Extern Pcifio IsUndf ( Tho above named gentlemen ariiLaulhor- with 4W p.r3cneI'3-l".J $372,000 Ln gill dusts. .

i wM pass 8TC.T. thin bath' going and. Iscd to receipt for us. o' Milwaukie, the Democratic majority will be. atleast.2OOO ttdiatc there appears every prospect of,an imme The foreign nzwj by two "AafokaT creator 1 l-.
returnln ,recourse to arms. Such Iran been the sub- .
con( ;$, crn1Jt cxcitcmsnt h the teuroess
5th. It irfll IKS i and safe medium of circle.
NEW YOHK-Our correspondent's letter gives stance of the foreign news brought to our shores
conveyance of domestic exchange and commerce CHARTED JLECTJi.-Our city election camel i Tho interiigcfwe of the comTnTwn,ant of boatni-

to the amount of millions on millions every year, off on the J4lh, and resulted in the rc-clcction of! full l details '.:. ,by every fresh arrival of, steamer However ties between Ru: la and Turkey has been, fa* .
Let oa tho great regions of tfio Pacifls and thoAtlatic it must be granted by all lianas, that the foreign .a
the Jlon. G. JlntraaErs expccte.L Tho first Uol hti
t as Mayor, and the election been draxro br
State. JlCClfr.c.ol Go, Cobb Georgia. is and of
intelligence daily savoring more more a
6th. It will afford an outlet to the shares of of Jfiris IT. FOSTANE, Joux D. IT
the two Oeeuts far all the productions of the rAtx. and ..lsortes P.\I'Y Egrs., as;! THIS message was delivered to the I. >Iatunr warlike appearance, 'according to the latest officers ah-11 wel r Q,sailors together w"t'j: t

}(uippi\"aUcl.'Jtttd'; and cnibc! us to supply Aldcrmcnli 4fc I of Georgia, on TucsJay.the 8th instant, at Milledgevillc. account", war scem3 not only unavailable, but wound*! TUj lm if any on the part uf .
with bread thotrowJed .' ha commenced. The'r.rnn t } has .
population both of :;a- I ? actually J'ark
Turks not stiteiL Tac
M : vessel'*in tM .
rope and Asia. BRCXSWICC NEWS.;-Tlie first and second no. agreat all events i't nc l a formal tl.rY.\ntion..s.r! wlr.
:. It vriH largely increase the basiac of of this It is a message of great length, and refers to a ;n use have fatten into i UM fwnJ of e Tit ,: '
paper we hATe received, they arc crcdita-! In this inanifc slo, whlchja its tenor .throueh t -
all rallroaJa running through tho States, from yariery of subjects, entirely too numerous I* ak rcp "that: tfceferingra3Hi
the,main trunk to toy Atlantic sea port bio specimens,'both in*the matter they contain, for,us to particularize, and would we presume, beuninteresting : out is calm but determined the reasogs ,'hilJ.j jtmp i'f nA .

Ib iMpiU. =daring the years consurn-. ,and the? yjo|nwhich they arc got up,, r.l"'hti. Jto, the mas< of our readers. lie : & of ma y be canceled from l pia'tits future useful 'j i com.All
/ air laborlnrgpcV forta with cjcat perspicuity. In the following
rives a statement of the finances of Georgia, from descriptions of brRulttufHi hue
ieaItny !1ir te% d win offer firlfit'es to anJ literary career. Its olycct, which U a trot A/1\1n1'C"1
tract it the
which we learn the State debt is $? G3j- we chp'fmia case is undo out rice.
emigration and will be tho means of carrying Is present I conslleraMy irqn Cotton iJ stea+IPabcltct
thy one to promote the interests and
oralation to our territories and of develop 472,22rilh balance in the Qf i4r with much force and,brcvity. demand for the
creating new a Treasury ; ,- prevails Boer! ry"\ & THe C,>!.
and happy States Iq the vast wiMcru.>ss of the the resources of South Georgia. Edited and I 857,35. He recommends annual sessions of theGcncr:1llSCmblt "Since the cab'nct of St. Petersburg has not ins steamship J\tcijift sail to day with
continent published by Messrs. B. F. & W. }'. Castcllaw lJ'cn content with the asr-nrmre and p1eJ z a 1nftI'l
Oth. It trill bo a mighty bond of union, olsafety t Brunswick Ca.PiRtootcLs.Peterson's. ,i! and also tint fill State officers that have been offered; siriccs i the lioncvft'ent efforts number of pas&,n;rs aaj over !j It'.tr00,in Kpc-

and of peace, bol v uour own American .III Le elected directly by the propl'. To the_came of the high powers have remained frnitle ; de. X.

States and 'with the world. Magazine for December of Education ho has devoted some very practical! since, in fine, the Sublime Port cannot tolerate ---.++.- ,- ,\

10th. It a iU enable the c.Jurgecertain constitutional J obQ ition Ue' prolongation of the of the tUttU Treat
; *ofdcfcncc Xos.it is i or occupation Ice.
and contains in
remarkably interesting, the ; interested the matter.
and protection, under which tbo United States .. Mol.l-i'NVallachJanPrincip.a'i'icR} ; : they being i inte- ST. Lorn, Nov. 1from
exist lu rwpert f T v:h ono vf the State, and Winter fashions for r 'u.Jies.In -- gnl t portions onto cnparc-rho Ottoman cabinet A party or c-itiun.i arrived hero tart n

which, so fir as California i i i. concerned, cannol t 18-jJ, "Peterson" will be greatly improved,. GOV. JOHNSON GEORGIA. with the firm r.n-1 praiseworthy intention of defending UaQ I1bm: :. who tTctrt out with I.,3nr Pib-,

be properly har.t..l without win such means as it'is to have whiter paper, new type, and' 1'- the RAcrcd rids} of tie? sovcn-iznitj' an.1 patrick suecec.J\.J in makio tn.ea&tt.'i'\ with the
nf speedy and direct communication f rtweenhcrseif more raulm* matter. This i h now the Gov.Jouxsox was installed in office on the Othinstant I the independence of 5U government, will employ (1\m.1nd.e:4 m''I Ki.wlipu'tit; to rive the

am the oilier States of the t confederacy.j only at )liJJl'ft erillc The,attendance to witness just t reprisal against a violation of th? treaties, two tribes for a limited penal. $l(.') an
lltii. It will act M a powerful stimulus-t,n I 0riyb.nl periodical! of it? clav, and the ,stories of the ceremony of inauguration was very nu- which it considers a-* n rnaui lklli. It notifi?*, num. In return thtribes grant to the per Unit,.\ : >'

t tbeladnttrial proffperiy (of the whore country, ,., Mrs. Ftcp'icn, its editor! author of "Mary Deri mcrous and most respectable. then, oflicia'lr} that the government of bin Majesty States a rir1,t of way over their lent far nil or ... .
and jtartfonlariy wntheIutinesaterctou! r went alone worth the the Sultan; final itself a5"a"wl to declare other rains free #
r i arc subscription p ce. ; pass, nn-nolestal, of iBymisrarit -
The address which he delivered the
,gmt Paddle and Atlantic! SCA portvlitij. It is the best guMc f>r fire fashions; also the on occaSion -, war that it tans given m".t reci.*? instruction'*I *. aunt liberty to Ublbh military forts .
It will be the great worW.ros.Jof com is, fraught with a clearness of thought and to his Exccllcncv Omen Pacha to demand fro;A on tlia Missouri, ta .
merce.. I plates bcin: ? superb steel ones, colored$ : in New expression ; and most evidently shows him to Prince Gorf schakofT the! evacuation of the Prind- The Indian* alai furtircr stipulate tit STmo-

----sots---- York anJ Philadelphia is the text-book. The, be of'sound I palsies and to commence hastiitieztifaRerade: tIer tmme+lirtdv all Anverican or Mexican _
The Ito.resin lists Uullcil Stale a man J'ude cmcnt, possessed of a perfect : prisoners ,
fading embellishments arc magnificent mezzo I lay of fifteen days from the arrival of his despatchat" an The Boston Transcript says: knowledge of matter. and thing, which: ,' the"RI1j,inn heal in the .J
tints. It is emphatically! of mor- I quarter an answer citizens Tate Major al-o obtained from the
The first horses brought into any put of the character the
territory at present embraced in the! United really him to discharge cltisfactnriYt Word with Universal 1 In accordance with fin declaration, a'l Ir*-. amendments ta A treaty ma b hy Coo iel Mitchell I,.
.States, were lauded in Florida by Cabeca de Vcca dt advantage the high and important duties of Us sian officiate! in the Ottoman have hcc at Laranw. The IQttLthmt
in 1327, forty-two number, all of which perished .- -viz. 1 copy, .3, copies, $i, 8 copies $10, office. Empire n manif.'stcd friendly tlis'po' tMKi. The P1'IIffi
or were otherwUc killed. The next importation with a premium worth from two to three dollars ordered to t leave forthwith, an'1 of COU-3.'interns ivhilst hunting on the pnurie, haJ !wee trouJt-

was also brought t<, Florid, by Ds Solo"in for lie alluded particularly, and devoted a con;id- tional relations broken'oU mln to s>m3 cnir.rants

150. In 1003 the French iatroJuecd the horse every person sending 3 subscri1>crs or more. enable part of his a-tlrcss to the Sul jest of Edu: ThtH i an c ml Las been p-it to Hie tedious diujqT '-' The health o! those"statkmo.1 "orts ,:.

i- into Canada InJCOO, the English landed at Ad Ires the publisher. Cms J. PETERSON, No. cation. A subject, than which none can demand ll toddle rnanajToring which lia; been f carried .--' and Kenrner was g.>l.A 1.
Jaraeatown, inir&ini ; horses 102 Chcsnut St. Philad'a. '
having seven party of Pawnees cut the Silt Ltkoteul
: with them. In I62p, Francis Hlgginson imported .-*-. more the deep consideration, and prompt en 1 TIle arrant an-1 the cannon matt now la 1 the fl"e"' the Little ni-ie I'Jnrtl after Scotia ftI J
bursa and other domestic animal in the Colony Ptto s teen OJ' IMPKOVEMEXT.VrEhavc: received immediate actionof all State Legislatures! o arbiter, ml l give their dreadful decision. Tiie with the ilriver aryl shank they comg 0ttt J.i j

r-f SItU 1rusetta Uay. In 162 the Dutch Company information that a la/gc quantity of Rail Road ]promote to the greatest extent of their ability, two ho.--bic! po-vers may be saM to IKJ. equallyni them t> vivo up their blanket*, and then ptr0,

i the French imported of Illinois hrs! wcra into New in poswssioa-1"orK In of 1750, iron, over 1,000 tons has been shipped from Eni i and to devise antI provMc the most ampTe m-sns 1 fully prepared for tIle content: ., ,which is to mittc-l: them to prOC\.;l.. _
con- =
fidonUe number of horses. eland, for the Brunv.vick and Florida Rail Ikea d. possible, in order that :," may be embraced ia i its t"')t the febti"lrt'nlh and d-! cihJno of tfieirfmv I ..RE.OtCJUTl-- ,x-or TJIB UIT!, Sr\v- MatTIBY .

According to the census return for 18 jfl, this This is a substantial sign of pro 1'ess. folds, and participate in !its alvanta*. \Hi r.'- *. Rm-ia already O'e;lpit'porlbn orTilzty. I DgpARvxnrr*.=The \Vi-t?ti inxtoa Starpn'' ,

were 4,335,353 horses In the U. States, exrlatire so referred to the promotion of AffriruH'ire-, :.i ind i itroicV intfen'hel therein! to .!.-'t.'s t'ic: f)!!">winportt.it orfer:
of those in cities, which wcru not returned. The I r.1 publish (by request below the doing the advancement and establishment : ma'inf.ieturcs I J ('Ot'1'\1! erl 'ra. Xx 2";.-W.r n.'p'1rl.n..t.
o A< ta-reef for ll! anJ
keep > ;e it sfsn : present, acton
faar and a half millions of these animals in the.United ?,of tIle Democratic Executive Committee of j .\ Ijutant (!?".>r\rs O.H. WMhingt.+h. I) t .W
States, constitute a proportion of one to oar County at a meeting held on the 12th ins t', ; which we are confident he will cneournTt c the elet.cnlrc! ; will 1 p= !|&!y t In* Iv f pocr: s o I :1", 1S ? L1'l': __'

fire of tho ::tnhabiUnt New-York has ono horse to the extent of his power. Georgia mad bet,all that Tnrkt'r mud t acitrWWffoimfinca! wllitle*,- ti t iArmiT.il a I'
-this \vc do, as a mater of amt duty
to seven persons; Pennsylvania one to six and respect proud of hr presort Governor. Under his? guidance ,1 ins onler to dTsloJge her foe from hit presentposition. .llftrtm"ts 'a 31Wi'4". \,1 tint th.' f rl.t vIn.
MX-teitii<*. Ohio: one to four the party"whose organs to a certain defined extent .
; Kentucky, one ibrV"rotnmtnt bs ul titite4 ia licti
her prosperity, her industrial: pursuits, amito >* t'trr-
to thrco free inhabitants. In Ohio and the new that! Com niltee ii'; bat we by no manna Intend ': -

States of.the; Xortljwest, the increase of horses thereby, to endorse the resolutions adopted her productive capacities will IKJ increasedten. I It i< averted by scan tint A-Htm and Prussia I)2nartmnl ortTi AJii,t The ovwfrv ei:. It .
las kept with that of fold. Gov.. JOIINSOX is the : fur the tim;.' .
pace populition. it will remain nntraf; b-it whether En;;.anl an 1 the ir.*i-sDpi i riUIIq'Mrter at tti-
t The number of horses in the United Static iii. .. .. w. France will the sam ling of con-I-ic rn->rc, M.irylnnl.Pepnrtmjnt .
I more than three times as Lirgs as that of Great .At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee 1WASHINGTON CQRHESPON3EN3E.' : of the West-TIe ce state w.t
doubt fuT
U ta.in. A recent report in France hows that of fit. Johns County, on the 12ih instant: -. i seems' very although we cannot conceive the Jli 4utipri: ri""1' tint _+t or t. Jt )'kv

there are in that country" 3, OO,O.t horses the chairman; of tits co f..m.ittce laid before them, ',.\SUISf TOs, Nov. 14th, 1853.. I hovr they can honorably abstain frmi an active Mountain. except tit, ilnpartmenti nf Tex a T, 1
the remarks made in the "Union"; newspaper of THE Session of Congress which i* now nearly' pirlicipation, after tic nainntl'lll'1rt they New Mexico: "He-aliia'ttfrwat St Intal+. M '.
ThaUiidcrffrouad Itailrond. t took on the diplomatic 11i:ussion. Thc H no' Department of Texa". -The State of Texts,
of to at hand will be one of'the interest and
A Richmond YTashmg'on city by way preface an extractfrom greatest
gives the ( 1li\\"ingaccolml except tho country north of.th
doubt but anxious thtrlJ"-WnJ.b
of the land freedom which the tenderness of tho the ".b:ent City," published this place, important consequences to the Union. The great tcyu-e to put a check t3the reC of northh hti'ule : IfaUwarterat CJI'JU

Abolitionists have provided for our runaway : in which it is asserted that the recent elections issues which heretofore afforded such a. fruitful I ambitions sjrdcsof XlchoU: *, V.it ticydi! mt Chriti Tex1.. -

J & It U a truthful picture: *" I in Florida, and especially in the County of St source of debate and controversy between parties, wish to b
A,short time ago we hal a conversation wilh Johns, and city of St Augustinet are regardedin seem to be exhausted; now, the existing state I their wclCirc anal future irnportince: in trio' ran z of Nexv Mexico except the ctvin nr west of the "
an intelligent gentleman of Detroit, Mich., who of nations.! From the last intelligence inane is 'J 10th degree of wet Joa; itttJ UtfAlqairtcr at
that Slate and tint of the world the affairs
of this
informed u* that aarce a'thy passed in which! generally County particularly public country, .\njqtt rq'1:. S.tr btK-cJ. Jtof .
one or' more fugitives, and sometimes largepartiea as.an endorsement, both of lhc'tIDbounl1cJconfillcncc and reciprocal intercourse with other nations, some hope, or rather .a very flint gUtn-nir! of n;ltartmsnt the YeaTbe"costnt' treat

did not eras the ferry at that point tis of the party ia the present nJn iig-i; demand new and vigorous measures and arrangenu hope, that the war miy b-j con netl to the b-nm- or t"" P.ocky 'buntainlexeept tHe TnritfWVor '

tho Canada shore. Temporary' provision ration, an,l of their approval its Federal\ appo'ntmcr.ts ,:It'l, t"> suit the changed condition'oflhings. ''daries of the Empires amt not afleet the cqoStbrium i- Utah,ami thu .hl'-rtJn-M1t of Xv, M jxic">': '
generaUr made for them in some old barracks of the lIa1I carters at San Fnuidc*>, CiK rest of Europe. We wish this?
: office Ti' President hope
on the Canada side. The gentleman to whom we to made for. the State, and for + will, in accordance with the! Anti the Prcskbnlfiirthsf tErcct that otficc"
refer inform the County of St Johns. Constitution in his may be realized, though ,'olu\"o d ublfil f a n-
us that he had visited the principal Message recommend to Con .of rank anti experience be pbcal fe orcntmnd of .

settlement of tho free blacks in Canada: n n id' ti Whereupon the following resolutions were o;f- grcss the adoption of those measures which i in todinlr at b:st h i always a drealmlscourge : Ks su'vcrcl Departments a!J'\ ejta'jtLA-rL Ronler. /

conversed freely with them upon their history, fired ant unanimously adopted viz: I his opinion are best suited to promote .and forward and whatever! good !it may sometme condition and prospccU. Ho says that the general effect the less there i is of it the S. COOPER Aljuiant General. ..
will !it
1. RcsolceJ, That we do approve the general tile interests of the country and with his more correspond -
story of their grievances ia the south U ; ..0 ._ .- . i
much the fame. TBey say that"old master pretty died, policy of the administration, so far as it has bcon Message, he must send such documents as con- with me scnumcnis ora C"irLstian: anal A Female Crmoc.

and they ell into new hand, which did not treat developed, we will not endorse the policy of any bin the ground and reasons, on which all he philanthropist----- .. '* SANTA UAIIBAIM, CAUVOKIA, Sept 11 J&,'. .
+ them well and so they ran off; but "if old mas administration, any further than its action may recommends, is founded It Li on the measures NEW YORK We have now in Suttaljarbara a great euioWty
ter |ras alive Jbey'd be mighty glad to get back." CORRESPONDENCE it i* an Indian woman tfcjfc has Hr.l for ;
Our informant the bo consistent with well established Democratic recommended in his annual tlMrc md not on his -1_ ei;teat
expresses opinion that most alone
of prin iI)1es. inaugural that the of hu NEW Yonu Nov. 12th ,yean upon the island of Sin dtt>ta-ssmallL4aadatoutfortyfiremihsfrontthisitarn
them would be happy to return without any policy administration: 1853.Titn .- >

"nth condition. Their destitution both of food 2. T.ehalre.l, That in our determination to preserve must be juJ;c.t '* election! is ovcr.ilf the fuss,T10i.e and bustle -Curing which tint s13 has not seen the face p 4

and clothing U great, and in the winter their ocr party organization in the late State and There are many ruinorfVfloat here,about what i is* I"I, for thclscason{I excitement Is cooled of a hum in being. ThU btwl was ones peoptal

sufferings will fro scnro.Yith few exceptions, County elections so far from approving all tiie will from the contents of the President's 3ics. down and folks anp setting about their own bu- by a tribe oflndiuu, torctm tha Northwest
they not work, and in the winter are in the I age, tribes hostile.
habits.crossing the- rjrcr to Detroit, where: appointments to office in tAil place, it was' notorious but they are mere speculations which amount to sinc'ss again, satisfied,that they have acted their this tribe were from destruction To preserve, as well the remnant of .

they beg and teal to such an extent that the comm and distinctly stated and admitted, that nothing. There can be no doubt but that it will part in the performance.1 to CItri,tianizathem, tha Padres ducal as with them a crow ta

unity regard then as a"nuisance. of tho first tome of those appointments were contrary to the be an ably, clearly, intelligibly and well written TIle election day was stormy throughout the main land eighteen years ago. After they '

magnitude This U the, -Paradiso which the wishes of the party and destructive to its union document; apd that it will describe and set forthIn There was a goal deal of rowdyism prevailed were a1 on board they vessel sent for them, this

oSferlo the sin e.' Freedom to. larvo Abolitionist and die. and harmony. c a definite form, to the people, the true policy some of the polls, particularly in the upperw3. had woman been swam left ashord and storm to look for her chiLI whic'i
e ... pthemtoncapo.yefutte t3gi vet. 3, Iletolred, That as.the Exeptivc, Committee of tho- administration.. with the uncial attendants of an abundance of nght tha vessel; 11t'I.I compelled springing to put up to sea in the

1him bread i a'ddHar them.after they have escaped,"to pro* do of tho Democratic party of St Johns, we distinctly 'The subjects which appear to claim importance drunkenness, cut- ends, bloody noses &r. returning, she co !d not bo fo:*"SH ;\1M on
Mona for Truly, thofanatics "tender?er or a In shelter rrci&' from of theso the i and unqualifiedly protest against home of in the Message are, our foreign relations, our There were so many different tickets and tan- known to b
are cruel.Annexation. tho appointments raado in file city, Itcautc they commerce, river and harbor improvements, state didales in the field, that 4ho good pcoplo were tho Island for tho purpose of huntmgoftent, from
tho marks of fires
hare lu..eJ tueb dieiihn and of the io know ant footprints In lblt&'.
pro dig raetions, as treasury condition of the army and navy, really puzzled "who's who" or "what's On being* approached the other day she :

of lands the ,Saudtrlcli Is- seriously (o jeopardise the Democratic .party in Cuba, Mexico' !c., each of which lam confident what" or what ticket they had best vote I will fested much joy, which she belraycd,by aigas nun of .

The TFarfjington correspondent of the N. 1.any future Federal election. will receive the attention it deserves. ALERT. here mention a few of the parties who.seemed the most sips itlC.1Dt.cw-actcrm'J at once commenced

Journal of Commerce, Ala Signed, R G. MAYS, Chairman. -"*. ** most. prominent, 1st, "National Democrats packing up her far articles of forni-

The new concerning th annexation of the F, J. Qnscr, U.a.mESou u, EiiIt is said Captain General C.\ EDO has Abolition-hatcra," 2nd, ''National "'higs3rJ i or ture. bother the soun'ls which ahe utters am ,'
given his assent to tiie anstruction' words or not has not yet been ascertained. Theo
Sandwich submarine
Islands is somewhat .AaTn.a.RTOLO a
startling, though : PACETTT, "Woolly head Whigp! or opposers of the Fugi twv man: who found her w five
it U matter long talked ot There can scarcely A. ROGERO, Jons USJXA. telegraph, uniting Cuba with some pointon Slave L4tb ? umlWfith sf fix e
? Indian
be a doubt that the Hawaiian government lias F. I DASCT. the coast of Florida. "Soft Shells, 5th, "Hard Iingitoges, but h? was ujnablc to UfMJer-
taken JAXES PELUCER Shells,".flth, "Maine Law stand a single! expression it"U mire than
some preliminary steps towards this object, A. H. COLE JOSE -- -- *o* ----- Supporters or CoM proba
POMAR. ble that she
and England and France iritis calculated that the water and else has forgotton\her native tongue en
may protest against it postage on the letter nothing! i th, City Reformers."
It farther '
rewired '
was to tirely.
i in rain. The Cali&rnians publish the above. sent the President These .
are exceedingly dc by of the United States to arc what are called
rioui for the consonunatioa of this arr proceedings .in the "Ancient City." the regulirnominations Her clothing consumed$ of skins of birth sewed
project. Jr.us Emperor of Japan, will'hare cost about the irregular ones were counties. together with the fibres
G win,one of tho Senators from California R G. MAYS CArr Counting all 1 of some tremor plant-
taken great Interest fa tbi matter, ,and during St Augustine, Nov. 12th 1833. $1,240,767,43.SCARCITY the offices to bo-fifed, voters had to select tickets Her food has been shellfish, seat*, and a .'!
the latter of . for 119 .bulbous root similar ia to
put tho last administration, he men, namely 4 Senators, 16 Mem- appearance an onion
urged upon this government some immediateAction ar- reril'it, a communication relative to the LABORER ix FIA IDA:The w bcrs Assembly 17 State but wholly,tasteless. The needles with which
/ upon it; and he asserted that tho Hawaiiangovernment above resolutions, camo too laid for publicationthis complains at the great want of laborers in and and Aldermen she stitches hsr garment* arS made of the sharp
Jacksonville, and on the St Johns. It The result Cir bones of fish. She
was not only then prepared for the I week it will says as as heard a had two hooks made eta
uxassre, hot that a project of a treaty for the appear. IIIQThe In our next many works of improvement in that city and from is that tho whole Whig ticket is elected bent nail, and sharpened by friction upon Atone. a

purpose bad been foriw-L.! to this government ( i War Department has issued an order been vicinity, and much business on the river has except the Judges of the Court of Appeals' the IIcr lines were beautifully ttfsted from the sin
and was then In the State greatly retarded and, in some cases, "holly ; ews of soma animal
Department probably species of fox
the effect which Whig in
is plurality the
to secure to old soldiers who abandoned, for want of the Stat is about 30,000 which -c
requisite for the abounds
Th American mission HK- Who- have from p of ; on tho island. 0
time to time rfcitod tit.- >and lch Islands,, arc re-enlist. c Increase of.bqunty.. laborers to prosecute them. From an extensive Soft vote larger than the Honk, though lha Her age, as near as can bo estimated ia about "
friendly to the f annexation personal knowledge of the advantages of soil Hards lead tho Soils in this 55 or 60. Her features- '
prefect t> and have STThe brig Cmeftrd, bound from New- climate, markets/Hcalthtc. city. The Whigs! era quit maculae aaJ; '
no doubt don* mow to jm'note It Pur missionaric York to this port with merchandise to Messrs. of Jhe West we have no hesitation;in all the in new States have a majority of 1C in tho State Senate, and in. her fine.hair. of the color of dark brown, and very

itmustlifreluirl1J: the fountlation Bi&bee&Canoralh E. Holmes I? Waver Co. Florida saying that the House 60. Such is the effect This U quite remarkable for an Indian a
far the recognitioa of San-lwnch Island presents advantages to the new settler of disunion their hair, know U .
tho by and others, was abandoned at scion the 23d I in all The Abolitionist yon always jet bhekfaaJ
Ute United States, Franc Finland and Bclgiuni y by the Captain an,l crew who taken alt> Let the respects equal if not far surpassing them. are. rejoicing over the triumph course. In sam? future letter I will gifo yoojk
were emigrant and
and the csUbSAment fifthhptonarc on pioneer seeking a' neon they have gained a fur I more extended '
and coiuiucrpalrelatioas I board the brig Ame3>uryt and carried io New home examine the claims of Florida ; victory which the ya re I account of this marvel o *ttra
I :.. I York "" I before otherwise solely indebted to the ; nineteenth eent'y.'- She U ol
# . ,. locating himself had & distracted state of two truly an j etwr
fatniy" the
Georgian reflection '
: .. -I .. mocratic party. ,Tho voice: of the Pea\pa. Of. Di.j tion of the Cu"Q'.u.-'Ytw3xrypart philowpher and IleraZl.the .acv- i

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"Hie Liberty of XavlCraatcd ..tialLArrutg C1UelU". : T1IE ((1L015E-!' So facilitate the circulation of the Con! resMor.- Tax Collector Sale., e"

t zea tor F&at.18 IRikt dJs nte to St. Augustine. nl Globe tATI<1 chc:1pen it.to suL-criber ('onoresaprised > Y virtue of the 1 law
, ftJJYls'T Aeuvu.-lldaday, IUd Therrl J1 A. tl. TII .OFFICI.ti. PAPER OF' CON'GnESS last r&c.1ution itfrec' jn power rested ia e"by IaP
ajofnt snaking
fear shall for sale
expose before the Court House iiithe
Umt we Bled an ia_ Dsraan.Stisdayssad ns-S..n aDd Wednesdarall Wednesdays 12 A.M.M AXD. .YEn p..IPErOJ THE PEOPLE. ofpostagcc&soWe I nnnex it n''tho law may trot be ac- I! City ot St. Aagnsiioeon the first Monday df May .

between (bend Bruige to postmasters l11eratlJ': next the following described property or ao muck

list )(pbfr the I'ennia Seew IT WILL US SEEN by the annexed extract JoiaTUesilution providing for the ilistrjWion 4 of the thereof as will ie sufficient to pay the state soil
NE\V ADVEUl'IS J1EN'ro :. from a letter of General Washington to David tonal, taxes'and the thereof
due sit ect el 1M rwe.t lrtw J'avrs of Concrets and the debates thereon. nsceasary expenses die
- Stewart, dated New York, lt1tlIarch, 1700 With for.rhe year 1853:to wit. a
tt ra die reoimm cf astipding O a view to the cheap circulation of the laws
(,,,(dots pith be haS DURn'S GOLDEN GLOSS. that the Idea of such a paper as I propose to CongreM and the debates contributing to the trueinJepretation 02 acres of Sod rate bad ill township IB range
_ nub the Globe originated in the inind of the thereof.and lo make free the communication 27 east, section 49, assessed to lti)u. Clark sat t
-.k. FOB THE JTAfR Father of las Country. He said between the representative and constituent Mkinson. 1
the rtolatMM up m"thcnfcffcer* wmim*'m .& lONG le cMnv pwrnm tion*for the growth of 1 *'I, is lobe lamented that the editors of he dii t'r- Lows: Unless taxes and expense are paid before day dt .
<> tWIUwthM GOLDEN GLOSS tales the Be it renlced the Senate Untie ale J ,
steed to liia eat Cnxttu in the Union do not raor generally ctrl I lp and of Eepretitatireaofthe -
t of gofer Lyexkftcne I .J. Tluc Ffraxms will be girra wiry it is 8ft onijwra mar eorrecily(instead of effing their pnperi trnhscuriiiuy Uuittd States of America in Con- ,R. B.CANOV-S., bh riff lDd ex-ofL

coomiMic uler afIIlW .ny wrd.Bd prelern-dto nil oibrrs. bt, Be- and norwfiwcal drclamaiion. which few cress assembled. That from and after the present' *!" assessor Inil'collettor.'I. c. .. 1
lava of Pcra art tHacm nuts it fat,red the mOlt .fi.el..al in r..l..Int's. won'drend!: if they were apprised of the contents*. session of Congress,die Congressional Globe and October'222,1853.Tax .

i of mt-rcaatib czpdBtfBaa 9J.Bocsave H imparts a hrantiful dark ghts and paLli'h thrclf"batMl ia Congress on all great nationalquestion. Appendix! wh'ch contain the Jawj.ind the debates

.' IVu and other prrpanitjonji are
; on. Atbcq-KTqw, the Bra d ties ddilsme 4wH.i .tior. whkii they nil pos rtt, of opminn an**?, as wellas the decisions>. wouM he tame rfnll be published by order of Conjr'-ss virtue of the power rested in me by law I 4
'- -.:.: t the reanru tttpet'teda he ailspltJ It. "lftJ oiler rearoi eoul
( rt.i a dc; e dctriHf why it is a gte.1 fironir.Mt ihwe who want more data far its judgement"SpirV* IVrHixzt of authorize the circulation of the Daily CJ;lobe free of door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday -

hare rash t. fhre H t iri l. Price 25 etf,in large I lVpsdngton. rl. IQ.p.Bl. \ pt:1 t". ," of May next the following described .

-. -, da, &e P..ruYlaa Ssretrary of batik. To* SILK by Druggist and St fto openeTefflah' THE DA tY GLOBE Approved Anjn'st 6. 1P53. OrEO umchf thereof as will pay the State and property county

Thb1s1' (tat( if Ute rib -hrt ,, Baon P .A""D As I sell the DAILY GLCBE at half the price of taxes and the necessary expenses dae thereon for the

u rdmivPrrtir rir.I of the MOpk -IA. c.lwan. ruriucTor.S04. HroadirsyLucoc Sew The Coasrcvslonal Globe.' similar publications, PO the CO ORESSIO .\L GLOBE rear 1853. to wit: ,
I Yetk. and Arraxoix is sold! for half the cost of much
_ nno< dear the riht 0 tuvsties. tho thousand anti fourteen tern more or
Dtsmrirr TO lltKcsurta.NOT. In surrendering my interest in t organ of a composition presswork and ThU lean less second
bolding eta with her. paper. rate land south of the city or.Sr, Augustine -
,1.u"I. a rrrrun'Js far rc/UJttt. and iStit m3... r.nto; great politlral party,'I cherished the purpose of. afford to do, inasmuch the subscription of Con* and assessed 10 Woodbn! Smith'lyiag ia ,:1'

tsi! i. nntBraz" ; tatrj'dieW to the in 1 contintdnj the Congressional Gloh, and, if possible press almost: covers the cost of comps ition,- and township 10 south range 30 east,section 47 granted
t P' Cutlery Pens 4(.
: :'.r' J'. -ntunlo' I in time, to perfect it into a full history of thin enables the to sell for little more than the lorartin Hernandez and bounded on all sides by
_ .. p w f rams'- d I T able TinlrcI III Sets balnllccdJe.ry the action of Congress giving the delwtes accurately cost of press-work and paper. .It requires the6c'tle public lands. '
-.r "llf'ol'tnn. 118- 11..1, 52 prin..aloe SiS uJ \. I IWIIr.I and fully with the proceeding1all starajxd of about Unless% taxes and Expense* before of
I 9,000 copies toieimburso are paid day i
l.' I"r71:1': !'' flir tafo ft I tTCI II' expenses.If
d.wirta atw'rted l
Ktiirrs and Fork in leers
R"rl offical conl. From thepafHato sale,
I with |he verity of an I" 5t"0 only! were sold, the cost of each copy ;
IVrn assess i rmifinctcntly des and WcMtenhntui fine eatkt .It.'x rs, Strap*, assorted in the letter of fienend Washington, I. would be about $1041 ,The. debates the Eng R. P. CANOV\,. SI en'tf and ex-off.
aeciM. fc Hrr htwat' a-! pn a-i run rftcsrs Tntcher Knives he Tax Assessor and Collector.
it will: bo p'ercxivcd that Parliament J. e.
"lltcTll1:1vo'qI1t.L"(1. dish cost about elerea times as muchas
aad site it RAtrC" 1IfffetNIW..\.,riD:. ", Oct22,1853. .
l' n. r. 1U.'Q.n Uiought this onice might bkcotnblne\l that I chargo subscribers for the' cbhfCi in Con- ..
._ _.. X aT anal Is certain that the j ..
.a esc; equal in quantity and as wen reported .' .
t.- l1.rl.1.p : w, .', Tax D!Ice torV Sale .,, '.? _
.' I t rl oi"ft ssa orlhe"lrssrim im''1frltM. *V "llJRKJI f 1 .J'Pi '"
.the 4 O..t' 'L.1. Y "ttr lue poftrtyei\f' mebylsw"Ishall
I tint kind greatly contributes t give wines (to the The next session of Congress trifl be a longone B .
fI the nh.ttra art'b -or- expose for sale before the Court House In '
Gw estttlialiraent: of seta(sear Trnrc t HARVARD COLLEGE.1X1ITUTION weightier ml.ttcr"Me may b3 called. Congressional : anti it is believed the Congressional Globe the city of St..Augustine on the Drat 1 Monday Feb I .
news. for it'wil: reach 4,000 royal quarto pages, as the nextthe
ruary following dercribed
Oft a'" oft\ie'pk-npoten-\ tlQlllI affcrds a rom tep I property, or so
i ; Having succeeded in my purpose of pcrr?eUng last Ions session and the long one much
.I ti .iJ Stau.-X r ErplY& It e wae ofk-jral I rdacau lor the Darin any ; thereof ns will pay the State and County taxes
/she United Miir,,rxcpingonly inMtewcf mere- I! the reports of the debates in Congress nnd'in_ I before that made 3,901, royal quarto pages-four and the necessary expenses due thereon for the yen'
-- .. them the official I not to send will Icj3owii ,
jI If l.>e*! law and praeii; and TH\Q a systematic stamp propose I Urge volumrs each session.! If subscribers. :

tyla'r' F >"p1h( QNSt3. 14 (1.- court* uf JH if.ruo in Cumnrrotal Law for there them abrovVin co: nectwith the news of Use 11JC caret to file all the numbers received by A t hivw and lot in ill- pity of St. Augustine cor .

,.T, bead 'n-ed a a+n.t tbno 2' &- w!.O pnffcwr to ett?*'<- in mercantile perish*. day, in su-Ji haste as shall outstrip full and accurate I will supply any that may'miscarry-in! the nee of Charlotte and Cuana streets;bounded aa follow .

fSMt fflorid>, i* the JJ''At an>rtf wty of The Liw J.itarary.w'i.h is N\ucta.dr. inerwsiflr, injenisence sent from the scat of Government m iti. Tin jxwork" increases in value as it growsold. .. on the North by lot of Mrs. Geronima Andrea

IMmsfw crop. We wet+e gptaking on tM. t contains now ataat I4. folawej** ]t iaetuJe a in any other form whatever. It will even I The feat seventeen volumes will now com South by Cuana street, tlIIIt by Charlotte street,and
fir otltt ch\ tea iieig4w 0 onne, \\.hflft s I, a very eoatf letr cjiii-ci pti 01 1\.t".eftL.ad Ha livh anticipate the scraps of news forwarded to cities ,rr"tnl three times, tfnd some of the subsequent West by lot of MichaeV Andreu.said property waaa$9s5rd

.+ liJi flat aoratvnl friend nf us bath i t-aw and rte prin*'|1111| \\"orl. hLe C>,UanJ other within two hundred and fifty miles of Washington "ones tiricf, their original subscription price. to'f ilis, a colored woman. _

bar a plinHliaa ra tk-.t of theunlrr> f.rri.Lrr. It open to st.dpirt ', aul warmed by telegraph.! Before the events thus transmitted The subscription price for the Conrresslonil! Unless lairs and expenses are paid before. day of
part a,*d!liihrj fur th It salsa both Tcnun and the In tile rooming \i"ter sale.
t.I1.I.. prr(.relhnsitg iThww :. < use : are published papers, Gob! fir.cla.Hng the 'AppAdlx and tLe laws) is
.ritlt''AtPnilqlr V\'iiir ratraiioa. instance, of the city of Xcvr York) the Globe containing six dollar! *. R. H. CAXOVA Sheriffand ex-off.

*JIll..iet'rop**Jf. TAI<:air** Misuse owr Km'lo with Mtis- i 4 I .J e hue Trim of ach aenJemi-a! y.ar bertnsin them will have reached the pot ofikc of Complete! iilcxc.wiU be made out and forwarded Tax Assessor and Collector, s.i. c.
i I thetas week( AtiiM.. and ihicouil Teat in the Mall of the Oct. 22.1853. : '
We ire ffisvl to kr of nodiMinim taoc' ut that d." by the Express previous to. subscribers soon after the session is .
ii ; i; :a. wrrk of Frbruary ; ra ?h term ooattaaes twenty night !The process by which this will bo effected ended.Subscribers. -
nuke such Tax Collector' '*
fJrever fcale.
ty of
any erpfjthe tl"e.'Ju.,&aJeat. are udioiitrd at any i+ruvl a
I before the public.I their
now lay for the Dailyiitoulrl hive
I' Tina'riun. Tbe flea are 5Ua T rra, and ITpY virtre of the ro'rer4"tteJ in mebylswltiJ .
,I will have of wxtcDTi: Reporters in and .
J tIWi&ia above a nlkmaa come $2i f-r half a Trrw. For tU Mm Sn Jeats have corps money here by the nth, for tlvs Congressional I > iha 11! expose fur sale before the Court House*

i 6es, ogee. ,. ADd iufrna i wr that a I tie axyftbr Law l<9 nrr and Text books,and of Conres; each in succession will 1 take notes du- dodge: by the 13th of December. The money : Jot r in the city rf:t. Ail utinc on the first Monday
attend nil the ring five minutes,then retire,prepare them for the mufct accompany an order for .cither the D.iijy! I cf the '
,,gtatstt tt1. Bf. with .i ftRcr and wbitejm aIM CoKcf* LiWmry.maJ may coursesfpeblkloriafrsJriirrredi May uex, following described propertyor
aft. Jmt T MS.. tJurongh oar to the u.dergra.duurs: of the Press, put the slip in the band of compo* or the Congressional Go'! !)e. 15 ink notes cu-' i so much iheriof ,ns will pay the Stale and couc-

ds'tIII.-e gut Florid I t aees+is fist the Uaiwrsity. itors and thus white a debate i is goin on in rent whert! a subscriber' raids will be reechoed ty taxes and the necessary rxpences due thereon

.*tine Omnrir Dyirt>ict-Ef9 trU. The inJItre Kern of the Law Schoo' are lien Joel Conjrcsi', i it wi'.tt'bc: put la" type and in a fv.vminutes at par. I\ for the year lh.3.to wit; :

4& C) M.r.iJ Parker LI. 1>, Royal Profecmr llt ie. Theo)4iih after It is ended it will b3 In print. I JOHN C. RIVES. I 533 acres of third rate land, motPOrlt'S5uSeSSf'ato

('.'.to.. LL. D.. Diae Prufcnor. and Uoa.ldwud 'shall 1 by this m ;tins l+e ena1>!ctl to send by the "".\ : :Gras, OctolrrlZ, 1SG3. i the Ltate of Cbany Shniwim, North of St. Au-

-- G L.'rnjLoir.*r*iry I.eetat
3prets Caia.t by L eewe.tecaati,
sell( tsnorflBexlaiisjrMl ceotktsshyingsuhMalseaf (: oCIit_. for the South, all the procccdins of Congressup 1. LI. PERSONS. having just demands aeam f M:.hall.

xwhtt.m-e.1 herr ita the rdtw I. F++r farther lalorutition application Buy I.e..nude to th: ordinary hour of a'.ljournmcnt Thus t l the estate of Alexander Solana deceased I, are Ui.lcss taxes and expenses are paid before'day of. ,

jNM Hirano, totaSy dWrrdU the td eiheraf of the it .tn>e'.". the accurate delates of Conjjrew will reach the hereby called upon t&prrs tnt them wiiliout delay to tale i -S

vt k-ta Dear rtOettlem4v cl d'tes"II ;.1\r.V \ rrHIdtnt. cities two hundredlol and fifty wiles! from the Capi the eulisrr.ber. Those not presented within the time R. n. CANOVA, Sheriff andex-cl.
1 r. lIJbnJ At1t' Ilf. 1853 JawSwi 'barred. Tax Aseisor and Collector... I.(.
in presciibed by faw I will be forever
rowed i HI 16.lltallittart, araaseret aadrTetandings l>?forc their doily morning per arc cir
Oct 22 IS!.
-.yrtulH-r 12 II; J f".J.I J.\ ns B. I.O lCE. .4dmnillr.ator. ,
trtttrttsii ke British and SpankSfar smtiilt culation.
gover '
the intrdketieii into that I JaaJ fan IIItim- H. IL AKDREU, The mitccllaneou? new Ih ill bs careful to St. Augustine Nov. 2nd,1653- Tax Collector' Sale.'

IIeJ nntal.r rf Atnctni ss ap prcottce*, with a l'r.'prif"r fifths 4C? s.t' S' ff." S tljcr from remote sections of the country l y"tdeprsph. ron SALE. > V virtue of the power rested ia we "by law 1 t j
sire tft Uw-ir bee *1n* free,after a dcStit i unjlcr I r.lCT. 1 will tibtain from the Executive Pc- _shall expo for sale before the Court House
(".u vca or SL tiE')it.:r. ANO .STHCCTS.iTl'RN the I \EGROWOM.tcoal (.uk. Washer and
of j Ironcr this office.
Fr. Ui- I r.! -< hi. ibaakxto hi- .'rif'ndt..d COMOao cr momnt trancactetl in thcmt. and, Uirongh agents -Apply at of t.1he
w atnwwrrtr we are pivra la nn-lrr- May nC' following described property to
',.ao< the public! jfiu-rall).fur the literal( patronejM for the al! thc 4th Nov., 1833. much thereof
slued that t'!)r import trot of Coolies fraBi Ciiina, employed purpose, city news t will pay the Stale and county taxes
bInc b prove aa entire fa9ufv; and the p r- t *,*. .OJ aaJ!.f it bra thai>4Qc he( the e..bil.1..o by atriel attention: 4If iris of consequence in sufficient time to he ?ut into TO TIle FRIENDS OF LIBERTY: and ihe necessary expenses due thereon for.the year

.' have rnotnrtH with the diabetes autborintrojire 1. Iur. titiots may the(inbeamt milled i.i the Express Mail train 1853.. to win
u In.'..,-+** rn; >r a ciiiiilttance r (the satyr In this I to create now era in the dissemination i 22,I acres second rate lead, granted and
: .Oeals tUetB are liker.. instead of I'y U A. H determined to keep chines mo. way hope Lopez and. Crif tcmlcit, Agncro and firmed con
a large fifttanc. by the ua&Naktiut axret t .: of news from Washington. Hithertono 1 : Arincatcro John B. Reyessitoatrdon Moeltrie Creek
I tins; ,as will' br seen by callM aaJ "Iui" a: weta being in Township 8 donib. Range 29,East section p
twelve .luU ntk '
,.t, p .. it oantpiete anJ cawf.laaaf uaente evebrdazrt r newrpaherha* attempted L j They and their brave martyr ns!ociatea are not 37 of Private :urvtrs,assessed to John B Reyes. t'
Tee Teelldtaiad l. ibis Cuy. : accounts of things done at \Yashington for forgntleu.l No they can never be forgotten. The Unless and before
.a irnfwntatiora 4ait tthevasnd tu-n, I _.--, the public mind It a distance bad tl'C't'h.1 its' wttee for which they yirl.ted their lives j i.a holy one, sa'.e. taxes expenses are paid day of

xM tee t\n'.lqat.l ..--. a8M'' er nr .ht I! 1 r> FJV'Pk. :.V M If Sllftki' .*. fr! .t ijipre-si')ns from i irrcsponsililo tcleargehicdeFpatrhec and their b!uoJ. tyrannically cncrilegiously: shed, JJ. n. CANOY A. Sheriff ad ex-ofT.

iA'i '"<'a Cal' ark? i, but a hnr* J"trfOh* or by pocxjliar \' CU"L c.if,, and will continue to cry to heaven for vengeance Tax Asseetorand ColItcfor.J-J.c.
disw di.-I u;(ti UK TOT re-not on? of IV : !'IKPIC01.VTHOrSK.. one ofFOK d.f' 1W a,hinttonhas now l,actvni KO great a centre ,antil n merited nn.l full retribution! is i awarded Oct. 22. '8:3.
.. he Stale 1 Boar ding
-i t ,
wi i3'iiH
dariall the Uw their murderers. hvimanwe
interest Cvery "" -
to -
1 laws'rrr. it ill act itt4 has net r dledC ** political year procw .
,- ;.."t (Vwr, f'. t 1 4' IIoas and win-re. hyaUeatiimtobtulneMi. lin;; of the Executive Penartmeut ami the min and child, in th"Lai:: of the Free," with ferl- Tax Collector'*4SaIc. '
:. .WJ ia fnr For ten I
I i. tune tie a year w-
may fate will
of orromourn..d their
Informal'on collected by,thnv even during the inz* deepest ; nor
Y virtue of the rested in law I
-.-- 0. C. Carr. power me by
)( KerJ. JackmnvUk.
tu .t. or
II;;. ) the nnJ mannrruf their immolation anJ death B
of is of so much i'liportince t J Cadre : shall
recess Congress expose for tale before the Court House
ea.c ef gibs :cti esh.l.t ;i lt.guiMir..Oct.iS, 1853. of th3 cea!e to remembered, with afii-ction for theiji nod
i ___ '. the interests of every section country door in the city. of St. Auusiine on the first -lion..--
I only ins ealif. rt-nnrknV. ( her old T shall .t. 1.t.: I:- I' ire .1.tM hatred: for taoaeiv ants who destroyed ihcni.ro tone of (f ll described .
rrta if s I tat: i continua me puu icauon 01 uaiiy I day I'ebrn.irr next tie > +awing properly
,: f'h, W \-.JWy-IIf'ln"+s+ayl'v.autr, an.1 f i6'tty I H V.\YS.\II AND Pl..oaiD\ paper permaaetlr, with a view to become the n. the rightennf! cause of civil; and: religion: 1ip"rIY <>r so much as will be rufiicient to piy the stale .
advocate! telf-d
--- slnll 1Itthdr Those +tiipttriotrthoah '
Her _-1ap! J mountain* under a TCTtn I vehicle of the earliest aal mast correct intdlibearer -. and county taxed rind the necessary expenses doe
E.F. their noMennJ!
For Palalka, failing in ploriou?
find thereon for the Id33. tot: '
her lakes
that are IJftol n the i yeai
Let ( '. all toast (if one tf tV no akiM'l, T.ucMa. tit Jttflen. Jlfiijritir St. Xtry'ti It i U part of rny plan to red J cc ths price of the41r unJ.rt3k1.tied ih' Ll I.not Mast invain.and Cu'n/ur Will' le wlmsctpiincypatian Free. ;The- 350 acres more or less assessed to Mrs. Mary
Zni nl,, .V td/"flr9.IlD : y < f:, Hernandez, granted to Km: !. Gianop'y, township
w\able ftD the gto'te The .vie taper to half Jiat of Htnil.tr daily papers; siint o('I liJ-a'ty.once enkin.ll in the h:imau breastUii
AIIdw tart Me fthe audit IHrk of tSe Amcriew i ('reef, aaJ 1'kolatr. and thus I hope tm extend its circulation so as to extii;.iii'nM': .*: hHvOY'r. it miy for a aoir- 5 ,. range :a east section 2:. private surveys.Unless of

finr of CalirWa, M a beautiful .taia # '1'u-: n'w nnd mperipr e'eam fhvito advertisement I will J1l1hHs alvertise- Fonbeclrcked.nnd kept unj.r.it will,sooner or later sale. taxes and expenses are before' the day .

Isle, drat, W b/! the BsdWn? arwjr*. k ahsesys' I 1 A"bora.T. JOHNS. Qu t. James mints of the Government. To sub&ibera in the! burl forll..int trirnphant, an I sis eepin; blaze, R. n. C.\SOVA.Sheriff'ond ex-oC

i*. tad wilika, |**rup! *, any fiti4r hake la the f f.u. sal WM. C \STON, cities I hope to submit such terms as will indacfcIbwn that will annihilate all opi..,itim. But ofthi*.rnou .i h Tax Asseaao. and Collector $. I. ..
hu Ivppsite I Ca]pt. Tb.t. is six. will leare 8ar"an h for the i their bt1 in vilajjthroupliont the let wait lint better state of things
two ttOet*. t!.t p nr their water in to alcertt4e ncss every for pre-ent; Ut Ort 2?. IPS3.
.btive place as f->.'..w. : TIle SL Jnhr>ae m "
dirertJ.tT; on the one side a npr I tlje Unionrfterc tlw t oho i< sent which the fultr'ilI assuredly bring '!o the ojipreswd. .
I seta tile ftkf nt Ban Francift. and on tbo ; Tnan.day.serums. I5'U iqst at ID nVlock and dally ural 'r the franks of member* of Conrrrescall 1 Tax Collector Sale. PS. .1

.. kuw into the frruat central Isin of the I Ilab. Ii Vm. tia M ..n will Tae ewatia.4ay age lajluaail imf rti tnre neveihe'e.-5 interesting to both you J3 hall fur sale before the Court Housein
.i ahaartwd br the iun.U of the de1 1 aa-lr-iay ibereafterlr number Cr copies. ex lose
elWlr :
Jlt TlktUw it "V about fire mHea to Uo3thMreUia ; IKWW lattet bm Ther.Jsy cards the U. S. ;MaiL F.ulft"ipc The installation of anew \.lministml anti.a anJ m.'. It 11 a r.I"Ire to me to be able to nnqonneff the City of Si. Ancustine on the first MonJar.of
'hit I p-etivetl' the last direct
to \av ( -
the following described
,a burin of m aaUtnx, of which the s ( or pi.*ay, biriaf ban (some slate room new "ConsresH portend much chaise in the from New York.)jnv .'.K-!k ofFALL February next property
1M I of public alfurs ? the rasult of the next.canoed so much thereof ns will tie sufficient to pay the state
weEtail edz'n are nearly tMrnr+ a JeI I aocua-aLiii. apr! en bonrd. or to coarse a AXmVJXTJ-JK VOOliScompriiion

that the vrjicr !bs i u iaicrru7etTy. from ', J. iI cUN'BV, Ant io S r' onan.IX Many vast interests w lidl"cr" I probahiy the nio.t L't..nj'"'(t' and cho.c-! nn.t th-n-nn! coanty far the'axes year and 1P53.the to necessary wit.* expeasea dae- .
tho last Conre& bill
PUlSE & i tNOV.t..lts Jaetsonvilh'. brought up in ? were over :assortment ever brought to lU.s! nnrkt-i. ()' the -IO acres 3r.1 rate land S. W. quarter e-f S. B,

J.a'St.rak+ lr after Latino the western I TIt i St. J0bs with fi to St. \ttg.i.. by tlid J.m'k r\tic majority to await the action of 1 extensive variety i wHi i only specify for the present, qiaitrr of ec. 2<. township 9 a, range S3 east as- '

fit a. hail ihe. water leap down-not a J t erery 4th Hip. cotaaiHiciaj ( eavin' u1V'Rsh) a Democratic Kxecativc. The nc'mo.l..tin; of the following! 111 portion article*,viz.: St' SI".1 to Clara Floyd. \
Ml Lat along an immense convex i ir 1 M taeS9"init. srIK17CIIOIEE the tariff; the new land systsn the question of A ni"t Iwraii'ifnl lot of L'ndiea auJ Cleats'..- Unless taxes and exp:nice are paid before day of

..ate anfimfh t" the Horrizon- giving homesteads, and matins every man a freeholder Dres fio.i' of the very latest style, and ot evry sale. \
atimroe 01 tree h..cJ al feet who imy choose to b'cora! one; the ap- CualitY.lln elc:ant assortment of laces and editing, R. n. CA OV A. Sheriff and ex-ofi

a Mesas helm ttt its action ebr'.ty bam (. I:UCERI-. proXin1tion'OCthOmticml Iacj/lcoccans1/ >y a mou..l'ix* OcLninejir plain persians J(., figured do., Tax assessor and collector! s. J, c.

fII lij own worn of f 'Jre'8r.U. \I \D \ti.\"CArt."." Ji.cltariag na'jonal T:1i'read L:r09 the territory of the Union; french tucrinoes, eu hsh do., Plain and figured October 22, 1853. .
a The
iasstifid nerd striking feature fi. fire days from Scow York. Tar etoil variety reform in th: Army Navy, and civil olSoes-all cashmere, trench gala plaid, (new ttyles.) white

in wate i. 1M wild rep&ritr wab a4arcc a.+ortmrnl of Hroceitrs. Crockery ;titers great 'qacst'on': yritli thousand mnor'ones and colored m.nlia: *, a maj.iificen; astortmrnt of Tax Collector Sale. ,

ttrve thenttgltotst.rcri. Uot nTJtc descent : n. wUC'. Bo -. aaJ Shoes. Wo J ware Tinw:e.harine deeply alfectin; multitudes of men and eve ball and fancy dresses and robes, gloves and Ho- LLD Y virtue of the power vested'i. rae by law I ,

jmt touch the ,reek tae iaeqfsalieoo i heca aarcba.e4 directly by the Sabxcriber. State in the Union will, now ben; mttitrc t eiryolthe b*!t qualities, and of endless variety, I shall expose for sale before the Coon Heaa '

drhiei verting the otHerrbe dear and t ibey will be JwpoveJ of at a mflsn, advance in original by ry )'l\dlc opinion, come up for this Govcrnmt'nt's I shawls of a most beautiful 1,11:11itY.Aho common in ,r door ia the City of St. Augustine the first Woodsy

obeat of water into a perfectly white pa'i f es or refs it. Familie* p rcbas 02 aoppltrs d decision.} These new issue;, cooperating with old great variety a beautiful rtment of bonnet cap. of May next the Ftllowinic described property or. .. .
-Pl.et.wr l JJemld be accommodated the lots and fancy ribbon*, con stin; of every jrariety ol( the '
ia q.a tii coming
et trade fgtert--I oar ones the, at up AVashington> will be apt to modify shade and quality; a splendid and 'extensive assortment and county taxes and the accessary expenses,daer -' :.j ... .. I
on *
DWtI. of ,
S UW. .r.5 to wir. \
a>0 Oaf CoAVe. '- hereon foi the 1853. -
> feer
ng, l lady tailbe, ref aaed to the mm to 93 30 BW*. Lila 4/J $.gir. S Deus flit $ greatly, if not alter essentially, the party organizations Ready llaile Clothing, 5.19 acres 2nd rate hind being ia township 10 ft, .

iss the rtdy !.b'r id\ the Wile .Ta, 5b xesC of the country.To nUo ezitnsive.nsjortmeol !
.... ... 10 t fc i of every description; on range 26 east section 45. '
tflM 11" .1', aaJaJJraekers.Cracketr. 1(1 al2r'j peso elements of interest another is likelyto nfcrockerylass and china ware, hardware and Abo, Ii3acres.oilrateTaaJ ia township a, s '

its, (trill Tr'NttD 19 aack S h. iTieree eol. be introduced by the interposition of the agitation I cordaze, bri'. n 1. tin and warden ware. ItJiu'mifl range 27 east section 39. total number of acre being .

a taan-ha?a -, ((tats ?atolay night llrrrist.SO boxes; Starch. 10 boxes Ti# of Europe. After nearly fjrty years of i 9et'4ind e IJreo'*shoes,and fine and light boots I 202:!. assessed to Clark and Atkinson -I- '

I a quanvl dwtitrbad the "even tort s 1 HbJ leaf T baeeo.5 eerooa Cuia Tobacco. 10.Hl .- peace in Europe there is an evident restlessness I anJ shoes, for t'ntltmen'. use.ftQJ. stronger bni Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of :' 1

," 1:1 Tetn- to a pair of aiipperK Si-ar>. 6 44 5nafl" 4 eases fire Un Twbacco that now seems fraught with tendencies threatening genteel q tality for lad-' wear saJdlery and hirness t:aale. # A

to aa.p i in the game room with ,rtl o, 3 ahla dnc I App' *. 4 bfP. Lemon $yr-I war; and if war comes, in likehood there j books an J stationary,bonnet hat and caps,of everyrarety. R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-oC ,vi ;

'rTC r-rowL! tip 3 boie C.t .P. G tofs Slat 1. 1 bbl driedCarraait. I will follow such universal 1 change that the.United t i such as Lopez, Criu nten. Azuero, Ar- Tax assessor and collector, s. j. c; ,

4 boats C+ir 00. G cues asi't l'.wrWi..a Slates can scarcely hope to escape its "6rtcX.- tnentem if'ct"ion. Di*nnioo, Union Whit Lone October 23. '*53._ t I

ease Olire .4 oa.a Capers. G caws knit Frait Indeed, from late events it is apparent that our Star, Ulorida. also the Picolata mJ St. Augustine Collector's Sale.BY ;
? eBITV..iKrz lie e+R.iaia-. 4 bbl Ai.d*. 4 bbls Coco Nnts. Government is already drawn into European dif Plank Road IIats.al+o a superior assortment of perfumery Tax

4 W4s Pecan Nat*.4 blahs B..m N..Cues'sweet ficu1 Theso circumstances arc calculated! t> and finer articles,altogether forming a most rirtue of the power rested IA me bylaw I S ;
rkU. t Mat DatC'.. 15 bate that be fouale'beore the Court llrase Intne ; ;
CHI Uur.eklfSl the desirable! and inviting supply cannot surpass expose "
the mind towards next Congress
public ,
V.mieelQ.S b set Diner.4 boxes Yeasi Powders much red in this section of country,to which the attentionof t city of 3t. Augustine oa the first Monday of Febt J JI
; wit expectation. I .dun.1 and the public generally ruarr next the following described property orso.
15 kegs Batter fri
A10,5 Bbl r.rk. 1 llbJ Ham. ; The DAILY GLOBE will be printed on fine piper my invited. I much thereofts will pay the State and eouaty'taxesand t

1 .* hOOU i-r.10 bbU 1 ek&\fUeon.. IS boSH 1 bW Cbeese.Al Tonnes.. I double royal size, with smill type, (bricvicranJnonpareil I ,Pleas is respectfully call at the "Cheap Cash Store reader, the necessary expenses due thereon for the year 1 1

bbl oriel BH 30 bonl CAD les.l3bbls ,) at fire dollars a year. and examine freely for roor lr. I donl charge anything 1K53, to win :* 1

+O.Si boxes Soap,SO N.il.2 bWs Tars The CO G&: SJO\AL GLOBE will also' bo printed for si3win5! mr goods nor will it be my fault A house and lot ia St. ..\apa Qe, bounded oa the 'r"> t.. .

Od.Sra1 WWte BamH Lead kegs J 5bbU Tar. 5 bbs: on doable royal sheet, in book from royal if you dons buy. These goodi. realer must and North blot, of the Estate: ot Mrs. T. A. Lbmbfaa : -

La fi coils lied sire each number containing: sixteenpages. I shall(be sold if ct1ap:1els. combined with goodness' Ran ty lot of Michael Usioa.Soatb by lot of John ,
i G eotk Kop*. quuto ,
Piatfa 10 bale 'I Charlotte aid \ .
I (;. lather and West by atieet.
GLOBE \\"ml' ii consideration with purahasers. pro-
25 401 Fiah.Lwf,, 30 .soz cut Fish Hooi. The CCXGHBWIOXAL proper quality, any
c... be-lwa up of the proceedings of Conprass all have no fear of my ;oods becoming soiled and mustyon pert was assessed to George Papy. J"
H Mucbea. I determined not to be nnder's'dJ Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day ofsale. -,
U.1H'1a. 40 doz 'roeml, 12 doxHa tha running debates as given by the Kcpor ors. my hsals,as i '11
I of the CashStote" .
Sf. SOY. 11, l.;3, FREDEoangtet Axe *e+,4 doz Mats G nests T.b.l.a dOl ran.., The speeches which members may choose to !, t.1any hive one.and The I let motto live." "Cheap R. B. C.\NOVA.5berifl'u. ex-o!! ;

DLTJOIETT. SOB of GBOBOC 4 d.tt Wasa Btrii G Gross Blaektof.G 4axV write out themselves will, tot"ther"ilb the roes- i it to Tax Assessor and Collector a. I. c. .
W p.tar..6 eoB Uope.4 d-z Hair Broom*! sits of the President of the United State, the I Still Later by the Carolina Oct. 22. 1853.
sag $ and 4 Baoatbc.kt read the
aged Header ere next
I yean cask Bhndy3U of the Executive dspirtments the JET p. 3- pause you
euU SfcenyAViae.5 reports
aa1 UavtifuJ boy Ungcred by their **A! Port, g W K'. 15 dos Claret \Viae. 10 n jkt" laws passc 1 by Congress, be added, in appendix. few words and prepare some yourself shock to to reeeire feelinzs.then,a* NOTICE. .. ." .. I

.M askjd 11''+ .dtand when L'hid gaihlWr IIet4ssck Cha"f 'f *, 18 eases forJial-. lOftV. N Formerly I rccieved subscriptions fir the Con I I fe&r erred they by may the prove tteam C3rolin! ,a your lot of Ladies i tIC MONTHS'from dale,the undersigned id- ,'' +

% W to a brighter I>U. a, 1 bleb Janiea Rutty SJUtU Gia. 50 btlsUliUkey. t grtssional Glob an appendix 8 p1r3lcl} Bat Iloie rt high shall sell at the astonishing low price jninistrator,of the Estate of C. Vf. Clark and 7 ,
love sped away 15 w.a..r.3 idyls Ame can tnoij. this has not been ft and satisfactory,inanmch as pair; tO lhf't with a choice'ot Sampson Williams deceased will present final,acronnisnatlvoncVrs.toihe. ;_
*. .lit upwanlr 15 .kf Ale. ID casksPvrer. of six cent per ; ffnn.Jnie of
2 vwsil 4raw earthly ro IOulC'1.lieSelutIpN.. e it gaTe an incomplcto view of the transactions in of Fancy articles'too num roulo m nuoo; alsoa Probate '
Cry lrttatest+c7 bid lip the brWfed beams 8 bbU CiJer.40 des eoa m* Water Consna; and therefore have condu.11 not to fen Bushels tare of thou Dattoo, ttsenty daznItrjioe. ftr't. Johns .unty for settlement and will at the,: i. +

41" .- The srueten mameratrd IIIU..fW'A' reedy and every sell tU-.ia apart, -coasidcrinr thit neighbors can etalf ti 1 tiii.e: SM to b: Jidchargcd u such aJtniaTstra t
bl CO'IJtion '
1p.'rrtit6 sail they ,1.*
-TsiewtUcnber ,
: b1 It.. i>.l' "i.is: u. in .
att'adaww have tu advantage of both by clubbing casotnJividatls ." M\TTIIIA3R.AXDIIEU. t.f. -
u.v 14eoaeii rids tMt ftlioIEDii Rri.-. will U tSwnkf. tW j tn<-.-. nft""r*i>';''. shall tint it to'ncraas to bjt the. St. Aosustinr 1853. I i VEN'ANCIO YCiIEZAdmr. _

.vhs matte task dials rtsase IJi bb arms 0. EL CAUR..' charge of LoU I'/ Corner olSt.Gcorg* and Pico t& ILL SL .\ '. Sept:' 1&53, S .

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_. .4.--.. -. ..-- _.- I __,___. __ __. ._ __ t.-_, .* M JJfr *:5iii i-?i-. =!i-lI == =':-] -: ". S For tht'C _
I: -- : BtLuIncs4 Directory.asit .t1. 51 Jeba.._ .
TOrofMsor Alex C. Barry .T.r1co- MECHANICS. IXVlLfTOUS" ,rr City .Ordinances IScsolutiotuAn 'Ililtl. O. StGcorSlree, north .1 Irt i N6ns r (which "r the year .. _____
iphtr9iu, OB Y..c..l Covrocxo, for ."I," '.llJ" 'Xl'lJBBllS" OrJiasBcSftet'the: better preservafionVof the anl one door notthoi the t 7&h l\ot'J btt. -, 1fiJ ..L"

j. .11J' Cadiff! PrrsfTTlnz. ResiorJng and ''0. In 'Splendid Prizes. $150. cleaah'uei l and aWtoftbe. City and WI'for. other par. diSt the Public church Square' : ; For the .coonty of Kama. n.
; air, nrlieTll' dbrasei of the 13C of the SctEsrtnc AMSRICAX c m- post ". Florida Jb"tc. Oa Treasury 'pan** North of third Monday iaNovember, fta 1 f
J'S Palos.BDd Healing Bxter VOLU11E ihe ntb of depietabf r. It is chirflyieroted Dr it Awe&f Qr4ai ttl.by the Mayor and Aider- the Public $ naff'. S -. November.- J.
by no ceographlesl line, of the City ur St. Aujmtiae,in Co tell assembled and Street. few
i 'headYiDcrincntcortht Interest of Median. men Cit, fate/. Oa Charlotte Day For the eodbty of Daral,on tHe 34 M
Bit IT TKicorntcoc prrradesit let Intcntort Maxufacturei, and Farmer. by the ; That from and after lh! nrotnaljitlpn: door South East of the Public 3 23r.rlaazters yem r.wlaicla for 1853. win NAeirn
e l) 4 r. Tbe *ales of lie article of late yean diflTuMwn of nseful knowled } upon'' thrsc important .Ordinance, it shall not 1a"fl1l.to throw testable! Utol. Oo Charlotte Street sndTrca*. For the eoantT of Marks, : ______
ratio that almost exceed belief. the oa ia* ]M _
hive increased io a of Ve-cripiion. over
: IIf'rub rannimal matter to the
cbn. It U edited practically skilled iath ,- of 10pbtL&qUsrencd for
Lrl by men north
V.iuL.Irr7p .ftt'r ft cref exiroloktlonpf bis Sea Wall.or into the Basin connected with said cry n l-. : '' pecember. (say 1853 the 5th Den ,.
eel cnce.aQJ 1& < regarded as S I
"J.that the ownHfof boltltf delivci- arts a this Flcrida Howe. For,the eoanty of Abekua A
offending against a *
"Jet' load and able journal. nrll.U the valuable Well-and any person prohibition )
; of fiom balf fined for the tint BOARDING HOUSES. Detember ( !*DecetaWr ia
v J i..i4tkt; pUHtltiet gross op- which luxie '( the ,shall ifs whlu person, be ey/ASi the _
weekly fmc
;4.a., diIq, the rear 1BW,,\t wi'.hla'a trifle of patents are nitrated with, engravings fOUl and ihe patent.claims of offince.in a aunt not len than two nor more than Miu FalOa St. Ueorge Street;a Cur door. I For the co diroCoIa % M ".'____

..,',11/10'1". all the' patent* Ill pahlUtedid> it* cola tins ; tluumaVinjthepapera fire dollar,and for each abqarnl offence,.of not Sooth oCthe CourtIIoce and Pablic Square.- and jp Deft tober'iwhkh for I8i3.1I'." .
Boa eemry (0 present at lenib the e I..t..tlJMw..a. : perfect scientific and mechani les lHaufive,nor more than Tea dollaw;!ndifih* G-x..poJP' Utt Bay sires, eoroer"t Bay. Seiaber. .- "5

rf Gl l properiUcsof Trirophe- encyclopedia for future ait well as refer- offender be a colored person, |he or she 80 oflcndlag Garden Lane. ,

j 515, wlkea the p9ite bare::fcunished such au Ia'r .f'. The Scientific Americaii'iiverextemively prescntj shall besubj-ct to a like fiae.or at the discretion ,:'. *. DOCTORS.Diet. i m1i81An1 _._ "
iltf. Taent *' this. Tbe clia'eeucf the article the Infliction ofa number .
: ,
of ihe Mayor,paalshed Dive1Ut'g house
circltblt'd-it.circulation In the law YoUnne exceedaslSjOOO I. F. ir Jj OSce at hw
.n i tiif .r$ .f Its chemical action I ofstripesoath* bare back of not leIs thanten.no* 4. ST. 4\11 G U5T11fJ& .. -
Ut1on.Jtf' ( copie per week. It is in fvitn for bind .;; ,
the aadin an ease of and for each on BriJgeStrcct.5Djet.Ja.I .5- 5 _
a aiperfil more than twenty for the first offence, St. Street
11'1; each volume conuins several bandred. eusravuijs 8. ruT Oa.ee on
ciil 1frk1.t1r5t reeomfflended it to the attention offence, of not 1 less than twenty, nor L rIllS LSTADLlSJ/JlEi't"- !__
and overfoor linndrednaccs ol reaJrn-snat. snbseqaeat North of the Court hIo iiH. jDRUGGIST. ;
of.be TWs aD that the invrnloi dc- a
pei'e. was with index. Tlpractical 'alone move than thirty: one.Bfitjrtkrr ; fil ing undergone Thorough Repain > :
.,..-.. Every bottle aJt'C'1 tiled itnelf. The effects.tt ter, an receipt* I1rl -
are worth to any family much more than the cub Ordained by the< amh nty re- .Utl.I'l.Zblr Chemist and DugeslC13lItetct. present season, is DOTS rSy
> she.flaU exceeded expectation, Ir acted like scriptioa p'rice.Thfl raid; Tim it shill! iutlwrrafier.be lawful, for color- reception ot ComMa,. FAHlUlK _
e uirm. :TJe Lades would not be without it. Coon free to tue iljdjJeaWal I I. .ass : .;; TR NSIZ BOAlCDKlia A1 _
offer Uu& pen'onj.lboad or )
: publishers &ItowIngp1i74 valuable ... caa .. _
| ;
the Uoiied Stntri.i'aJ .pac'
fctloa of
ir4fal rf iq every I forbidentovaUtihercon. .
are hereby
they .
phtcefor! promenading, Apartment .
far the list of
hate aad built a JI largest gent in S LAWYERS.JZB. _
d.U mist ; thus Wat tip : of a line of not "
\. !!, tr.trade of an rstrnl hitherto daheard oi'asirtWe by the 1st January next:-$100 will bo pi rcn less than two, nor. under more a than penalty five Dollar, or la Hen J u./dX. "C wsclor! at Law-cfHce on AtilIeryLane. \Rooms, Airy ClcaufUGM .1ttI._S : -,
... for the Urrt lid $Th for the second $iOfor .' Itself, ,
I (this kind. like bkhut point lint ; ; : thereof n'ini.ierof fXriiR-s afoot I lew than ten nor rurnJsIld ba..
I" .Pt been reached, ant it it-txfirvAl:that the the tb nJ; $15 for the fourth ; $W fjr the GUt ; I than thirty_ oaJo* be laid on the bare bad of i/f ifJEtetyum.. Attorncy and Counccllor Notbhla \ ;. S' : __ _

trI IbIS fear will h?. mlUfoo and a blot Iw'tlrs. S5 for the Oth; $30 for the 7th; .$. for the I more the olTudef.S at lAW.0111CC,; 1)icolat3Btrl'CI.! :* : *. The UOUK well knownasbeiag rr ,'

.it. peIatd Sllncfjictory.No. 137 Broadway.Nc 8Uf; $tD for Uto U&.h; ; $1: for the 10th; $10 for. Be it fattier Ofdaiaed ami Dierttd,_ by the aa* George*. Fairtunkt. Attorney and Connsellorat Built, Expreaslv with a .tiew ia e _- :_ _

rtc. Retail prier, 35 crete a are bottle. the 1 1th; and $j for tho 12th. "The C&'il1t'ill thoriiy Af.Jre Dld,that (rom and after this date all taw-i-fllceia the Court House. odalion of latal lt and filUrs bttnzha. _'

Liberal discepnt to purchaser by the qaantitrS bo paid t. the order of tho sacccvful competitor, colored pcrsonsnre forbiden to smoke in any of built( WoodwithUoonwconneca3 .

M bf all the pri&cVml rarrchant and draggiusrir immediateafter! January 1st, 1331.Tcua the streets, or other paWic places in tbe.CiIY, nn era PUBLIC OFFICES. ing Poor?. &c., which renders it Free -' _
atihc Unitfa Stale and Canada Mexico -
gh fine of not I 1e33 than three nor more
,Jaee U, :. Cm six month** $1; fire copies six montlu I ; ten than five thereof nam'jer of stripes of not less f opposite Gen IIeroaiw ;f,Chirl"UeU. ', ,r. Ibrougb.op ntttg. on rkzsvPra- _'.5'___ _
copies six month, $S ten copies 12 months payment a hundred t'CC!. P<
laid the rfrrferal1 r _
than len nor m. re than! twenty jo be l "pon Ssrceyor O&e. J6 r..s.1V JI ,. "
UJDOJLPHO, woosirs .AnO ? .'. C $15; fifteen copies twelve months, $22; twenty, 'b3ck of the olTdcr- jitI (or each nbtequt'ot, 4 -
scIEIDAX 'tam: : j1 '. *'. copies tvr4ro monthst'23 in advance. .. bare t r ,1re; Jott3ria.r. ah J t1ic QU or I 1JWMmL54J

1. $ :1 riTh iSu : '. b. l i1 thirty on "one linpeafcrewldjacd *-.- toe Igijon the bare (:backs' CTf*.-J. M. Gonld Register of Public i The llousc is situated lacing South ir ,.

nd'.SI .M ; all colored persons are hereby strictly Land* -oliice in the Court House.FrancUP. i Position, and retired from other wdU_.;,
I 'KiRtr1; CeML1nI. ri should directed, nostoaid, to Mt\s r.c i.kn'o, carry about Their p'r*>n,. any knife IVrreira. Receiver office .In Coart The House contains 45 Room*, with 1dJ .J
2 tf[tI '* edJeiorf,. Jlrnr. ITe'diclnc Poln : & Car 123 l u1to:1.. trcct N: Y. eln'ps or other! of more than three inch length of HDUJC. al I'arlour, lJiumt, & Unt Huou .an\t

** ?*Medieiner.Brsn JriiV.Mc
iea,.. BJWOQI Sslis, Cattcr Oil. Gam Arabic. :8- : Notice. firm rtona disease or extreme age. carry tinier any in the Court House. not be surpassed.Tho i.U-,'1

M Extract Glue Udkn. Wiaduw Glais: ,Puttyo.e.c.cn. All j>ersons *hereby furbidenf.orn tres.!pifa.-: pretence whatever,o cane or walking' stick of any : Peter B. Ditma Clerk Circuit Court, office In- well cnrncd Population: this t I_ _

AdaIuYaruWtkthuihesOil.&e. : upon orcnt'inj any timber, o.i ib- Iran of siz .or description; under a penalty of not let than the Court House. 1fr' has from Year Iu Year ucqufi, it wiU i
4uiid known as 0ODO acretjyin; on t1.' Enst side five dollar due or It miratier of stripetobe laid on Rafael B.Caaova. SIurifTand Tax IVoprietrcsj.Mrs. DAVl-H uimtu kel '

Ode-,1W. ofSt;Johu8 River:l reen what was fonntrly knownas the hire back of the olT.'oderj of not Jew than ten Ice in the Court House. S CulkC.Oror-1 fur tho liberal 1'atmftagi .. *

Marc phce ophite Pilatka and Uarna \litajftrtof norm-ire titan thlny-nnir.! .. Collector of C,,,in.; .: Paul : bur thanks. heretofore, .. p'
: IVoad Ware.WO0MS a gtaul of 15,000 acres mai In John I Passed by the CouncR 231 I Decemu 18.;-. Charlotte! %tivet at nil residence near tic store of. A. I turns
i 'rho will bo
i assorted an! hi'.r tntoms, Jfrararcs, lluertsond bfiuiheamF! 6,000 acres sold to GIlUMlMIUCYd. Mayor. O, Terpill. supplied with eh1.i'_ _

.ptft.'.\J. wiU bair:j* bUckiojj. 1 Francis J. Avice, by John llaeim.*.-As all said land I Attest S Iap ftor of Citttitmt. Jamn .\.' *>Ii.kIr. Game, Oysters Turtle Fwht Duc s, Vea._ _

;: PaInt.rixH-a a J wiltlrwasU bn.'..cotton,11C'U11' 1 |j claimed by me as srJiiu of <;IC)L!1(1 M. A vice. M. R, AJCCECClerk. 1. II. "lJr",'"". Judje U. S.
9 ? anl LlBf cr4 &4.. bellow, afire?, finey ItiY.Mwl:. DistriciolFloritla. lffiet' ira the Court Home. our KivcM and Forces .. Tw. .|

caAn,wapan: dtaiis and vheeiarrbws, St. Aozustioe May I4h.: 18J3.Au A II Ordinance for tio 1'rotuclion G. R. Fairbaikt. Ckrk. U. B. C-wrt office- in mora hunters, sporting CUClu.lft"i fr _

O"Cf.tnp', bed e.flub line*,kcelers. nttlc, L1l. of White I. rsoiis Assembled' lor the Court llouar. I House. .

tr v*.thtes Ac.. at mart B. C. CARR. : Ordinance. Dh.lneVordalp.. Dejmty Sliirtbul. Core I. Zthnbaor, oHIce In Horsov- Carriages, Ponk's Cans, F'_ ,
Pet. 23, 1 3; Jit it hsrely Ordnintd, by the Mayor and Aldermen ', TackIoBuatsfbrExcursiorte.
Ordained the and Cruncil of the S
Be it by Mayor IF
: ol the of St. iutine Council
Au in
city a *l'm'Lt '
F toar; Rico Corn, 8tlt .ie;, l't'r d. that from and cfler ihr protnulgilitm of IOJkince. City of \. Augustine: Tliat from and afier ihe parsing JUSTICES OFTHE PEACE. .j.i Very 't17'fTafrk :
: St. Joba from Sarannnh.B. or this OrJi al1cl".if any person or personS ltnU knowingly '
t learner .U shall! not be Ian-fat for, or permitted loBUV Rculwn Pi"khtml at hU residence South _ S
NR"" a 1;. CA1!. slate free negro or mulatto to own or have in bo engaged or concerned in vociferative noitaetUn of St. Francis Barracks. JjjtG.Ifiiif'trejt S .S-S

poucstidBtf-directly' or indirectly-' .-within the limitsofoaKleity : vpirituoUj liquors or any other! act having an Notary.Public-office In the Coartlouse N. n.-ft Utlio vIsIt of lk.pjprlclrcss
ii9u'i'lct yojar Vifc or Children ; any Gun, l'bto or other fire arms, of immediate tendency to disturb or cause A l1i*tlll'b.'nceor. ( that ilicScrvnnt&nftfUtutliolIotmoiiUdnldbo .

1.J'I .afler, when rl a>c n bay Haw fur the es any devcription and any slave, free or mu J congrejitSon! IIf white persons assembled! for ihepapose CITY OFFICERS.t civil,
s.s44dngIe'. prIer a* .ureeaf*. per ptlr. Come a la'to,tran.gre sin2 opin this prohibition negro, shall" on of diinevor$ ip at a ch-rch or chnpej 1 in the live ntitl oblllu;. 1

t'UtaMcbllt 1't fill dawa. doa'l forget *\\\6"CheapNor. cuuvictiou before the Mayor;b IJUni-ht'd! with not City; inch person Ifs while person shall be fined not t Msgtr-Gad lfarnpLrqsS ---
: Li4&m-e.1' 3J.Hutu lew than linn less than five dollars nor more than twenty, if A colored ..ivrence.InJte A MAfsAZlNK OF I'UilB JIOUAU.PETKRSO.TsTlAGAZINR.
thirty the
nor more m ie*inpes on *
--- the oHVndcr Miall be fined os aforesaid I, PaulArnaa, .
hare back and and person |
i2titub : any every Uuu. 1'mul or otherJefccrijxion } AI< .r1Dl'P. ,
: f, n.tcoti.U3T lf fire arm, fauad: in posstpsion of a or whipped not exceeding thirty stripes or imprisoned; I E. >e Mrtlieit. \ .

'II RECBIVED a nkejot rf White, flea n.. slave free nr ra or .nv>latf>. (uules the sam shall i rot exceeding one week with cosu at the discretion o I j Mieht'l UIi... : '

3 JIsm, BtpOu, I rd. nutter, Cnckers, ( KrtenH be shown, by dae proof,10 bdong to a white prsim, the Mayor and Council and that the City Marshall.jUiyor I. | Clerk of thr C-ty Council.' A. B. PaeeJ' y. ofllce* XT 'lite Best and Cheapest IsiJits'lLttitt...:

JW s/VenHicrHi. ic U..E. CARR.M03TAUD nad the claimant. tliTeof, shall satisfy the .Mayor, Ot.Alderman shall attend to all complaints and- at the Council room. J* A NeW VOLUME ofthi. piptitrjec1 wid

AetIi1. '. tint il cntne iiito the poia.sion of such slave without 1 arrest each oft'adtr.Tiul"u1 Cily .Viri.Viand Clerk of use ;U.r1t't Reu&rn.i commence with the Jdadit, anbe.J'wij di
It "-. his sii.l claimants.consent or knowledge: ) I U ona1l convictions th? person or psraon*convicted rink.buu.i will I>e ready by toe lit of O eviubtraad willB tj

'1'amnrhul.J. hereby d-xUred to be forfeited and shall! un Jc-r the shall! retnJ itnfi.\ or committed: un'illb C PORT WARDEN'S, mutt wrrS cur pubtitltd

i ,Spic* and Jsr*. Tumsrin !?. till authority of the Mayor be sold! by the City Mar fine and cots are piid or sithfied. S r. C. ZyJtlra, Cltitlei Hatger' Jo,. E. Pnr. Iis outy Orllual IaaiIue.

i & Cayeoae IVj: >pr. bottle IVp- abut alter( twj Jays outice ;..ult'd up in the Mark Passed, Coascil JJjrch Oth 1353.G. This is mw the only Manlike thai fvrs onSioai.article's

pet*, aat. sauces, Ca **pi. oiircs', caper, raf, gin. andat two or mure pat.lis phce m the city 11: ptbKc 1IUMP11REY3.1.. exdxtittly: Mrs. Ann :. StrpbeM. the nl-
j eec. .tUo.cu<.eMn-Inlln1..J. uuce, freocli outcry, to the hihwt bidder; and the proC. t pa 1\IIf'SI. S AUCTIONEER. itor, and all toJ best Amoricaa writers are rrjulaicuutribators.

1 ..'ud,horse radt ,lreih natm/in, asmrlcd r*.en* of th? 1I'i1.! swl! S'l.twenty-fivejicrc'riu thereof to 1\. B. PACETTr.CXIAKMHTO.Y. :*o.Crntr.F. P. Ferreira and 3 A. Sui ea of herbs for -.{.chdlee lmij, butter, lard, the rn-rwMi ;infuruiin; a:d seizing fail nan and ;!helo ---- ----- C!. have appeared ia this periodical ia ibe to*

..eketi. heese,ragars, teas, &e. rtanaiadl'r the City iVwr fan,I.in .taI Ff..OUID.\ S years, than in all He .th.cra pat ,#tlktr.. Tire ii!
A iig J27. B. n. CARR.WIHtof l'atJ Cuuu il.! Jhy:2I3.\ : 1 U. S MAILS IX AHURS, is that' of the hi jbest parity. iK\
t u
.. .11 I:. An lre D.-alf I Fawy Dry rvrj
: in duple an _
G. Ul'1
-- ---- -- ---- S r1U JSY Mayor. ily.where there .rr"daughter booU have.
I cad &c. A'rrtS GA33LI3Aft I G wJ ,c nnfr uf Gore aad i'icabta .1fC'etl.1.r. for
r... ..... ceiirts.pattcni* ei&saetdeqaai ucryu&t ae
25 Uc' v WItkc Lea l.Mns d A. J. rac-tty.Cl-itc.! i:'* ]., Through 10 1'ahtka in2 a to 30 lloerrs.Ai n-il 'rli; ;;; to the sex. appear aw' "
,.*._.....tJL. ft t 4......__. *" _... \ ,J. ,; .I :I ___ ,_.._..____>: .. 3IIxtrncti The_ CAKOMKA_ will 'c '. 1f.C'uroei of St. .George I _
-C" '--I &S'rHGft., : nni Treawry J"ntt.W" '" '-* '-** S 'P'--C 1 'CJIPt.d''Dft''e Galr. .

vetI MJyvttat? J &;*,"'a 1'C'iI'e-U4n' a ltd red : front r3ceedlujs"ol!. fJlij"Cotiiici .. .Q leatc CIIARLESTNetery Carrozz:Fe, .t;. C4rr.--.ho1t.ttt' and IC etail,dealer No other; M"pime aw gtvet'celanrd &. f.

," _ft 20.,s"'pZtar,,.. Iia44go.. B.. 1-:'. C.\lUL **TIIC fiillowin' Involution' were thru wvtrjljj'L : ': tumninwi1hleave Saturdaynt:1 P. r.\l.M. \Hr-T of fir U quality! Family Groccrtea.of. al kimf. Lt- I plaits a* this dues. Fill k" r. nv ikwnconipiny 'r'j.t
AtIpt -
,_ ___ iiitrwduced and nd. ied, ninif1y} : A. : A.M. q ir.rs fcc No.3 Est tide Charlotte Street, North : each nKNuk.'y plate. Tbw ... \a tti.
KA MonJajr.7 Mil'lCOLTA.10 ,
every r the .Pabli tex-book of -
UCII.olnUou 1st. ) square. I 1ikloi. and ta.li$ praMtf ia ...1i
Claret \\lu.c &c. and \CIC.SONVlLLi: Taeslay, 4 o'clock. A. M.
cJ'u.flurl.. Dealer ia Staple and Fancy Dry i would know how to
drewelegantly '
A very eopetior dsret Win, bottlrd fn fJ..Zlrlfll Resulted ly the Mjyor oil Atdrmni ia Council -1.,t' FLOJJID \ will leave AULUdTOH ever, 1:00.1"'t'st side of Charlotte street a few door i enaUt emery ladg to ie ler tun 4u1M4.l1.i emIt to

and >IaU&]lao 10 boses Claret Wine Imported cantered -That the ur.linncl'l.ruh.llliuc bathing t TU4'Atltf, at 3 P. \. Returning, will 'leave PA South: .Treisnry Lane. ..

Sb frr, Madrira M J PrtVfo-, : : Rented within certain; limit thrrtiu rprcilhui. passed ibe LATKA cv-ry Tl or d.iyat7 A. M ; PICOLXTA. .Vr / ..:'.z- dtma"'hof"ile and Retail deafer lugtiiflccul )Icaueotiuls nudutitcr

AV. P. ter PhiU Jlphh AW DDtI I Porter.Gangres* :1h'tlf July, Iri43, bmuetiJ<-d by inserting iutmdkitely -- 10 o'clock, ..t.1.. ; JACK3UNVILLC, Friday, 4 ot Dry'Goods Groceries. Grocery .rure on the>i JUnsmvlias*.

".'6.Gbuk? Pipe sad oilxrBrand Si ar*. .Am alter the word"bathe ii: the second Hue tiltil cock, A. t1. 4 Ground floor of the City Hotel-Ury Goods Store The raezzortn's and steel ra nvia o=e of m':k,
mioihs Hatty OewTw ';' Saufl3a>uUng first'section thereof, the following Tiz : except These Sieanrrs connect with all the interior Charlotte street U wa riPs Building. atl-ast.appear in every oarnVr, aw _n.le, M
icitkia ti>e enelotare or real!. of a regular aud deceatly and boil-" with In iiliutraiiwu
tar aod Cut Tobacco. Stagesof tastFlodIa. connect ways Misses S. 2( N. Pinlham, Dealers in Fancy .! beauty. as well U reading uwiier,
t D. E.: CA"RR. conttructed OIInglIU' aol it was like..wie the New York Stenuuiijn! arulina. llailroads, and Goods. &c. opposite the Planter Hotel on Cast 1 itvUrd, this Ma jaiiai fe without aa eaual. I. (.ct,
St. AnguUae Jane -Ith 1SS3. I It. Urioived that su'iJ Grdiuaner, Us farther '&> \Viiaiington Boats. sIJCUharolhfll't"tl.v! (iisufie of i&tttratid JJiti. la tAct.W/y
emcii4e4.n.I filtered,as to read thai '(to wit) any : irJi/ci' A t Jljadilj itereau-l in fir:
t '
ret*>*%t fron Ch-ttleKon! to Jj&tinrille, $3.- I'tdr, Ce"tf. Dtakrit\GrocericsProvisions\ ,Sit. etvj _,'
t'utcui JXcdlciuci I person vlahtin" this section of this ordinance, thai! r Ficokta an4 l'oJ/4Ih.81O. corner of Cuna and St. George street. i fear,whkb proves how s wrUr ii ii. 5
LlNllETeltbra. on conviction before the Mayor, If a white person, : For further apply lo -F. T.ruu--CbCU1)CSI (4 4\U.
71,1 pirticulars ,, / Qduey. Watch maker and Jeweler, on .
forfeit and piy, for the first offence, a fine ,f 1'ivedollar' t
It JL ted for dUeases of the Horn, with all cosu which the collection ,. S J. If. CALDWBLL. Obtrlrston.K. i George.rrtl'& nearly oppo.itf office of Dr. Peek.. Oae COP fur; oneyear.rXWUr* ; for ifcn*.;

KeMumjPEHxir of pptam.J uf add fine aol fvr eac any*accrue!, u qlFcucc nCILCII '& FIN ttJ.tNiacsone.! J Wo*.Neltjn, ,RetD.Urtr Boats, Shoe, Caps.i ...loUr! ; Cur lire copies 7 ifetkr* a.aIiy .f

>avU Piia-KiBcr Te2ecir.u&rswIththcabovacan. a tjpe ul Ten'dollars, with cat a* aforesaid eqietil and il '" U: REID. PalatUa.! febG i I Hat*and Dry Jood.% trait siJ of Charhuteo street, '1 for ei3Ut copie* .10 dJWb; Air .s eoptrs 90 ..
14,.. S S
corner of Charhinestreetitad l "
be -- -- --- Treasury Laar.
btJ. a negro or mulatto, on conviction i>hall! trerpaw agaio I
rt.mtmh' Pills, MofTaU Pit t thi.ordiaanre the: olT-ndcr fchall receive I winI Sl'ULI.FI'VS1ClJLt1TVl'FL'3'U 11'I \ Lawrence Andrea. Tailor, Charlotte street, PRMIU3ISFOLCLU.TOIIIJ.: S.

4 StroaS** rill, JarreaFJm 1lcJiclncs I .,-five. stripes ..li the bare back.licsoltitlost. 9900,000. near(he Furl. hog; op IJluiH.. the &*Uai0f sphraliJL. P nai*a
oo!(Vereilfoge, PaioseUfl Loxectisl, Oil. I Job Utinii. Boot maker ,Charlotte street. near given> For a eiJ of inr or ftf., pre .

Filch'* Ucdkinc Ajew Clierry Pcelora, 7 V./. J, That hereafter, until tbenvbe T23E MUTUAL K.IFE IXSUKAXCC the City Hotel plate, iSbytil iaelan-a.'u ifie ot f .
providrd ) COiPtNY MichaeL Nellipn -Cabinet Maker dob of eIght,a copy of UM fur
Top1wina. Sands 110. ,a tax fixamta Barter cents per day be levied CllortOft", Msf sitte Igjf. I.
Co-J UrerOn, tJeliUiic, Liquoric".UfO aud collected for c.ach! mail ia the Fiii mtirketucJ OFNCW YORK NO.\VALLSt.., .strcrt.b.Iuw Terpperanee Hall.( : iTtlnm club of sixteen In ,aa extra cipy for Is33. as4 i a.

\. A bit ic.July. and occ i'itd in tl.e vending! of H.h ; and it is hereby MET Accumulated Fund,Not' 1st, 18 19, $ OO.- :, Bttrtnl Oiireroi. Black timithand Gun Smith, Addressed plate additkwt. -

fC- B. K. CARR. ,made the duty of the tty Marlnl to examine i.A 009securely invested in Bonds and Mbrt'a,f* near tim North Gate. of the City. ,post.pa$M. 10C11ARLr.s.l. '

r all fi. brmi:Ut to the market and (with the concur on real estate in thisgity and Brooklyn, and stocks rETF'R.so: _
Lime, CInpl">onrdf' &c. Truce ura0y two disciect and ditimerevted 'pereoni, I ofth State and City of New York and! United F.Bondingjr.. Lijuirt tad Refret\uua\tt. by No. 98 .oot Street Lh.i.leIpItia.. ",
whom I J I I5ri.lrr.| C. y Hotel. S; :+* 5- .
he select :
unite with him
may to in xunI
593 bmltelf Shell Lime S5 do Stone do.r 0'JCjsffcnhlsjgS any TO
lion lie may make) Null condemn all such full as This fund i it rapidly increasing by a widely elten.dci I PMHl'Gamex. Reta&r ofLiqiors,lterrsliments, L.\ltUE tL.t'UK.Valnabe s
E oat.* r,aite dtour.aUo Nail. |Jftir. .:., Charlotte! street -
I opposite DriJicr"Bowling
oily be uiiMund and ui.fu for osc and ( and and prosperous business. Tracts of Lauti
Tr PHei. Roia Oikatn. 'hite Lead Paints rout I 1 Jr Salt ,
AUey.: .
4 Oil. ,.Bruges Sheet Lead. thv Bar Iron. after the paige of this rfsulutian no saU of ii h The Company declared dividend ol profits of fif- I __ S 'I'lIK sa! cnber a* AentVl lie fere** ..'
0. & CARO.Aac shall be made, either openly' or cuvertly nail the ly-ttvo percent on all existing policies on the 3 lit "&.( sale some or the ntae 1gb1e l.S

t GtI JL ptk.ct bell has been regularly roa:. and any sale January, 1313. S > STAGE OFFICE ., % ia East Flor .lo wit: ,

made in violation of this prohi hi n. Is hereby declared AU the ProfltN nro'divided amouz .OJice of lie Fieolats. 'lJajZ.Ia:,. Bridier City 809 'cr""alt ttajnaoc1 Iud, Wet elf'k1Ioe,

CkID3' Vnr 1llb. bc.-Masons Shoe to be utterly void,and nut entitling the par- iio Insured. f"ld.. ;- 1ngtooktow' ai'thi Gb&LaaJja 1_.Co. ;.
BIt' chaser to preference Ore!Any other imUvidajl who '1L .T -. __ ( I LOU acres the.khsa
The In S nea5y kaa
cash "SUI"
,, Masoaa shoe Varnish, IlaroessVarohb. premiums payable annually,sem ,
may be present at and after the ringing of said bell the '4
Robher t4ackb;. Fsh( OtI, Neat'foot Oil. atreuil. ned fur fish he annually or quarterly,* interest being added on the S CHURCHES.Ranttt S Garey GraaU t :
propose any may ve and desire to 1400 acres ia San Fwsco NnrJ
B. E. C.\RR. deferred paynients. Ctl'wlic Ciurch. North aid. Munum amock near
purchase and any selling fii! either .
person openly naacriUe.
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The cash principle adopted by this Company ieq ','tare. S Lvwioa Laad. .

I lit mo for white wtshlag, very good orctvertly-, !_.__l;,_aS contrary__ .1.11 to__ the____intent!_.!__and L_,__meaning_ -. "L _oll.f l1r-.''t'. .'.r.i.'. l.p .- ,... ,t.antS" .t.- t...._._.,___ Epilet1l-'Iz CJtrsi. Soath side t "- several CWIUaIlacft"leckJ sad ia the Anf'
Stoae. uLq iU&MILUU4ii VII Ou".cu"n Dt'illre lue ; Moaomeatsqaare.ca doodo Grant .
'IIYor j;; '
;! lte wad. Drb9"Colotlag.. iints.i AlGioe.4 be fried in quadruple the vain* of any thh so sold are effected: the whole advantages: ; :; without i; ; I J reb..t I CUureGa 8u Ge'ge Street, 1000 Ilafi&x
t ;,.:: ; bv-bini 'with .costs of rroaecnt ioa.. s objecting them to the heavy Drawback .pf accumulated South of thtftqaare.. '" ,5.i.Zeddijt acres-oa River SoniU of 8l. A"gut1nc.kaowasd

,, y, i., :nlU.f'I. "'Aije.azro n&i'14i UODf'ft. Myor. \. be'.eques-, premium note S Ei>ut.pal dtureb. J St. Gcore "reel1I aerroto tai d Dol-low PIa.. IItntn, .5
Persons VeflVcnDSdntfct thrtf"tfwaiUvesand IU .
may on
.r -0 t Y ,
ledfo Invite the attention of LlcuuM. '
: i1k .-sfarcli poIis1 fur L- Smith, of the lives of others. -A married woman'can In- f-* *....1"I.? : f: 4'wiL
the United State ; i".jt'STEIUIS
: x&t wUli common Biircii-w31 give litrn a Top.Jgraptllcai Engineer Corps, cure the life oilier bu4bauJ,the' benefit* of which are OF"COUII.'jJ '
.utIfaory aJ'PL'V&D4n. D. .'. UARR. now in this City and (who it is understood is 6n a secured by law for the exclusive use ofheraelorchjl. EASTERN CIItbUIT ;i Thc't1il are aa doubted-lad terms tow-J JGEO.
tocr of Canal Survey in oar State,) t3 the ground dreo. J FLORIDA.. 10 It. Alu'8'\NKd

: ioteryrnn1betweea the head of llatanza lih'er nadmitb's and Feb U. 18 2 .
'Ii IlalrBfc.Smprorcd Clergymen all other dependent upon salaries sranro 75Z5*. AlIUIlD',
$ Creek the head df Halifax _
liqiid Batt Dye-ThU is a capital llaulover" Hirer,at "Da- arp specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource For the Counties orOraaiead St. Lair, at Mel
low and la ask: tlut he will,if consistent Softool Dookf.
i' an iaitanpneeci and whereby theirsurvivingfamilesmay secured oovilltf, on thfl first Tuesday in
permanent with hU other arrangemebu examine the April ia each and
Uf, and ao iroaWe- Bee tl rte oD.. It uwarrant a to aecertaia ; of same,with rom the evils of penury. every? yea.M .: \ Olucjr tieojrapfay tad Atlas, Woodrrtde''

,rd sad if not Wictorr to be re.t It die either water Tfiew commankation practicability to connect those opening a Pat l explanatory of the principles of Motnal For the'Coaaty of Sampter. S at .Uatni-vifleon Peter Parleys, ;&I uw (hs
black or brewa as desired try it.i and to the Council the points LifelnsumaaceundS1straUng l it. advantages with second Monday in April ia each and the mar Obeys irwtory of the Pitied Stale, WVteto*
City result
,, report of his ex forms be every year. rprlfq
"I g B.E.CARR.L.Xy.l4.iS. oUppli rioD.mI1 obtained at the fiice 01 ,nddefiaerWalkg' 4ictiiiary ao1U.Iwta
.. .. S amination. % the CompanyT35 Wall it., or of any of iu agents.: For the couaty orFatnan-,ta' flaika.tb1rdTaedjT class book,triouhaw history Greec9.4a A of
Gv lri1REY5. ia April,ia each and '
.j\!,' TRUSTEES ry"e1&r. -. do do,of Uahe J 81a enjluh reader piewriai 15-/

EuuicErabIe' aud Tcu Pin ,Alley An Ordinance to raise a reenli&io' meet the current Jos B Collins, David C Colden'. ror the co* "tyof- Manoa.at, O b,foar Monday hiagbo&. do'prbgmer.dG reader,aebooi reader.di

;a JTrtrrat, open throaglioat the expences of the City for the year 1853 and (or Wra J Ilyilop.R ., Alfred Edward. r\\fil.. : bolls war a rhhmeUc,slates,lea I peiteila iak,k paper.

..LS-d "alal.lot" ,' the extinguishment of the City debt.Be : 1lllrCun'JVm fietts ? For the caaaty orAlachaa tt .' nnWe. rs- iia,aieel peas,note pager. tot Md. ips.
18ir ,.: 8. Mrn. ND.U .\ it Or44 lftz,\>T the Mayor and Aldermen of Ered Winston, Joseph Blaat. Df" Monday May. > f March. ** B. LeAKL

., -- the City or tit. Augustine, in Council convened: C W F t'r. .. Isaac Pearfo'n, Fonhe cattairercolabia.at \Uijtor the 2Gib. 1833. .

'. ,-, pscJ&e. ,_ That a Tax of oQe- iht of one per cent be and John P Yelverlon, Henry \Vrl\tf., aeccnd Mt1ay oOb/ oa. 1.000 060KAGENTS W.iiT.B.

lf'opLYe1I.1'.rJe. Cream of Tartar. SaTerlb'SwIs' the same is hereby directed IA be imposed ((- the TheoSedgwick, Wm Moore, "- For tae eoaity of Na* a.at Va C.
$K0sti Btrlf". Ienee Lemon year 1853,(for the purposes aforesaid) on the caine Stacy B Collins,. Zebedee-Cook, Wedaeday befow tha Darth 1hllur aa If* on the TO SELL PICTORIALV.ND USEFUL WDBES
O-llX" Peellki-ory, Peaeh Swce,, Peppermint, of all lleml &ttte siraatrd and 'lying within the John II dwift, Jona Miller; S \ For the i, Iar. S Oa. TUE tE4tE 854.. ,

T>imr.g fo. IV&nilyCiiaamp.Natmegs, Car. Chartered limits ore iaiJ.Cily-aoJ die following john Wadsworlh David A ComStock, ; fourth v C
,nela T A. 'Eajlwh mustard. Prepared: french Masird.Ciyenoe person (to wit) Frederick Ilnmphreyt, and Alerto S M Com r. Robert ShayJcr 1 May. j S WANTED. ia ever; .
|>rper, &*$ ., \ D. Rogero, ar!appointed assessor lo determine Catty M WUkiasJohn larue.Cfl4mbefl; the! For second the c'tU'1tt" of SL Jjhjftat. 3t Aay tlae on t.t a.cUv and eaterprisiaf o e*, t* f:c
th value of sail Keal V L Monday Jonef
Estate and fix Proyn '
basis Jo.ephTnckeja S gage III'the sale of some o( the best 099k ...
rBe.Mtlo which said tax shall be levied anti it i hereby Fred Wbhtlul'IOt'a II .
Prcscrrcc Aug. upon Grlnnelj VALLra*. r coca trf. To. meo rf coud address, pi'I
farther ordained that the tax imposed by this Ordinance : Charles Ely, WmJ Banker, -v For the eraaOri tt Oraa srnan capital of from 8 IS te$1 ia.ai.vSii
1fraudy Fruit Cherries & T; and ,
8 .
'' ra rinJs. .ball be collected ia 'Le lame manner and John C CrogerWalterJoy Eugene ? ; : -. third
\Ii' J:4iuerIaeappe.: Giogff QUvfs.llonend. coder the Datila /,, Tuesday. beore the first M-mday in wiilbeo3ered **,! eaaale them wto IB.. .
same rrgolatioos as are provided and in- rfovem e r.
hriI1ion.83rflae3I; n.tail. '<. ;' SLathrop. (whjch for the year 1053,will be the $5 a day rO I. 4SO"
force in reUtioo to the collection cf City taxes leviedupon Alfred. ('eU, J lSt"October.r .
t .;t.-. '. ,... f- .,; B.E.,CARR. ether description ." S OThaleher.v the oqaiy, of Lutnnm The Books published by as are all are&f Ii
; ., opro JO Er!{D..COLLINS .oa thu.bat T eday their character '
.. .. St A. YlIQe ISfh"JW- <, ; ._ Passed by the. CotzoeilftUanary. 653. t -Iu.1C'AJlJlnT:- cre __ PgsIdetS ,. ; .J rare.the J'lfMon 5- af'tr. S i they are o&
S 1st of V
Jostru Bivxr, C unsl1or ,
; farther
SU. ; For parttcaUrt,addrest( .
"s11itin.w! &C.-Choice lot prrj tt"arq Attest ? R. : For, the cf ctotp pt7
FAInSANO,'- St. county Sampler,oa the foirfi'h .
: : 'Au.u&iof ltOBLItT4AtWPu
tnt flu Wedae. .
: 3. E. CARR. M. U. Ax Clerk. ,
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; ," ;, : .qlCth.,-' :" "'', .'. ._"" .'".t ,.,.'., ,-, ,. ton November NoTeutbr., (which for the yeas "S w"be S : 181 W1ianzStrr.toNev1T.rk.

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