Jacksonville courier
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Title: Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title: Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 45-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L. Currier & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
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
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ce nee JACKSONVILLE COURIER, PUBLISHED BT AUTHORITf.4\ personal estates,\ ing, 'ng in the shall be given by the trustees of said i cor- rected in the 9th Sec. for subscription, andso

e PUBLISHED oNCE A WEEK Br. Territory of Florid ofd the value poration instead of being given ,by the from time to time, until all share are

,zee "L. CURRIER. & 00. LAWS. in each case, of the urn 8 red,which commissioners,. as is in said section provided subscribed and paid for.
rtac'mma OK TilE real and personal es |te sh convey \. Sec.'13. Every Trustee of laid corporation
' TBRMS-$4 per year, payable b If yearly TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. to the President of s 'd coCCSOl'Ii 4 f, his sueth Sec. 9. That Lot Clark, Robert Raymond shall be a stockholder to the amountof 6
the In advance.Single! papers 12 cenfe. PASSED AT THE THIRTEENTH SESSION in office, and j an ex Reid, and Thomas Douglas shall be thirty shares at least, and -the seat of r '
)Iitary Advertisements' inserted, and contracts AND HELD Af THE CITY oV BEGUN press trust power, ;01 eta f' the pay and are hereby appointed commissioners, very Trustee ceasing to be ''a stockholder
'sal made'for,''yearly advertising, on Aasonable ON JANCARY'Sth ment of the principal d i it, accord whose duty it shall be. within nine i months ta that amount, shall ,be immediately con '
fowl.rticn term*. / ENDED SATURDAY Mth ,1835.AND frig to the tenor of sue r notesjto after,this act shall ben force, ,al the time sidered and held vacant. '
nt bnstro Atl communications' by mall riay be ad- FEBRUARY sell the said real or pen ate, orjso ,and place, in said Territory fixel by said Sec. 14. The certificates of stock and of
dressed W E.. WILLIAMS, Editor the Cou- JOHN H. EATON, Goveflor.GEORGE much thereof as may boiitfeari! to iay commissioners: for that, purpose* to open monies\ received in trust, i issued by the said !

1,britnaay rier,_postage in all cases, to &ejiMd.Aciim K. WALKER, Sec.: of the Ferritory.J the sum in arrear and tfc\J| -ital,,- for Bulwriutions to tho capiuJ stock} corporation, shall be assignable, on*t the,i .
WARREN, President SY the Council. lenses, and to pay'the surlpvKftUvft\ ; Proceeds the books ;shall be opened at tbAiiour/of books of tho corporation,to bo kept at uch, ; I f
9. .: ; : taxi x GWai,1Ea"c :' ... '- of such sale, (if any,) 6nWa.) : 10( ten in the morning on the day fixed by tho place or places, and under such regulations \
have FLORID .' whom the same shall belong and shall be kept the board of Trustees shall estab
CHAP. 826. [No. HI.] An act to inc rate ; t >el re commissioners open as. i
;hod; St. Augustine=John Gray, Esq.:P. M. the Southern Life( Insurance: and. 14t any liability as is hereinafter! pro 4 "hall ,from time to time, by adjournment( until lisp t I
is inf Mandarin-E. A. Cohen, Esq. P. M. Company. be incurred, by this TerritorY,'j t alua the whole stock shall .be subscribed, not Sec. 15. Tho Trustees shall hate a discretionary '
his Newnann le-S. Ellis Esq. P. M. tion to be made shall be upped, and exceeding thirty.days ;,public noticd shall power of investing .the premi 'I
Sec l. Be i it
willaeing Spring Grove-J. Ga rison."Esq. P; M. enacted; by the Govern said shall be endorse d'tme least in three the
approval or bo given for at sixty days, or urns and profits received by company, ,
GEORGIA.St. and the Legislative Council of the Terror more commissioners to be apted, by more newspapers published*in,tlio '''t-rri- and the monies received by them in trust, L tIn t
Ent .Mary's-A.'Doolittle, Esq. P. l M. tory Florida, That from' the time this Act,, the Governorand Legislative Ceil, orby tory of tho time and place of opening the public stocks of tho United States, or of i
ohiil Savannah-3. Philbrick, Esq.. shall take effect, Andrew Anderson, Daniel the Governor in the recess\id the books receiving' subscriptions if the any individual Stat?, or in the stocks 'of

leinlafcnl Macon-Edmund, 'Russell., S. Griswpld, John B. LaForge, John M. Uovernor, from time to time, I -have capital stock of said corporation : Provided any incorporated} City, or in such real or \1 I.
; Joseph M. Herrnaddez. John power to appoint and displace .t commissioner that if the said stock shall not bo'' subscribed personal securities, a*, they may deem
.a I [From Knickerbocker.] Drysdale, Wm. IJ. Simmons; Edwin T. commissioners;,,ai,r eve- within thirty days, the said commissioners proper, or loan,the same, to any County, i t
luf-l ; Jencks; I. D. Hart, James Dell, Joseph B. appro vat made them each shall shall have to the Town I
THE TOMB ,9F-JOSEPHIN .. ry by power: re-open City, incorporated or company.Sec. .
?for } Lancaster, John W. Richard, D.. Clinch, be entitled to receive five dollars paid books at any time Q1'tunes thereafter, within 16. Thou board of Trustees stall :
ople, Empress of Earth's most polished clime John 11:Mclntosh'Juseph M. White, Ben by the'owner or applicant ; and ry one three years, under ,such regulations as exhibit, annually, to the court of Appeal I ;

'ijab: !,Whose path .splendid, care I Chaires, Richard R. Cull Abraham Bella who sl all be so appointed| befotcting, are hereinafter specified. of this Territory, on such day as the said 'l '
lavelonrl Did touch the zenith-point of hope, my, W. G. Porter, E. J. J. C. Mc- shall take"and subscribe an oalhjEbro u Sec.-lO. So soon as said stock shall bo court shall appoint full statement of their ,

' The. nadir of despair Clay, Wm. II. Chase, Walter Gregory. judge of the superior court, thiti will taken, the said commissioners shall notify affairs, in such form, and verified in such A It
tbtlre1 Here doth thy wronged, confiding heart flyer, P. C./Green;. F. A. Brown, O. '0'- faithfully judge and report on'thlue of the subscribers to said stock, by publication manner as the said court shall direct. The v 1
harm, and R. Fitzpatrick, their associatesand said mortgaged property submittd him ; in one or more newspapers publishedin said court of Appeals, should they deem it j
III Resign its tortured thrill, successors be, and they are: hereby ', said valued and mortgaged prop vhen the said Territory, for thirty 3 Off And slumber like the peasant's dust; constituted and made a body, politic and received by the company, to : meet at such time :and place, as iu such' commissioner, or master,' to be appointed ,
onrl All unconcerned, and still?, corporate under the name of the South in the county of St. John's, t : notice they may direct, to elect ten persons by said court, with directions 'to make a '
eci-l ern Life'Insurance and Trust Company," try thereof shall be'iield' OOjrdCd: from.among ,the said subscribers to full and thorough investigation into the '
our I ,Did Love yon arch of marble real, to be located in the city of St. Augustine ; to bind the property, and constitute the first board of trustees under and management of the company, .
and! To mark the hallowed ground, and by that name may sue' and be sued, the same shall not be ; this charter ; and when thesaid, subscribers and to report his opinion in relation to tho. 11 11a1Thirs

ant! And, bid. those, doric columns spring, plead) ,and,,bo impleuded, answer, and be remain' as a security for the ultit i payment or so' many+ thereof as may have assembled ability and integrity, with which its affairs J ,
whoiOD | With clustering- 'roses crowned: ? \ answered unto, 'in all courts having com and redemption the prii 1 and at the time and place fixed for tho are managed-the prudence and safety of 1
it with gifts of petent jurisdiction ; and may have and use interest of the 'liabilities of this'eritory opening the polls of the said election,they its Invc.tments-tlie security afforded I
y-did; come peace a common seal, and the same, break, alter, for said company-and the Pres; t and shall appoint four disinterested and rcspec- those by whom its engagements( are 'held, I ;
itoli To deck'thy.couch of gloom, and renew at pleasure ; and aro vested with his successors in office, in case t y default ble freeholders of the I Territory of Florida, and such other. matters a I'tho laid*court .' I
i And like relenting Athens bless all the powers and privileges necessary to are hereby enabled and aut eed lto judges of the said election, who shall! proVcccd shall direct, touching the.safety of said cor:1. ::1 i
,Its,guiltless martyr tomb? the objects'of their; !incorporation! as hereinafter take, hold, and convey such real* :rs to discharge the, duties hereby required poration. t I i
led.I 'defined. al estate in pursuance of said tru mdj to of them, that is to nay, they shall receive ,Sec. 17. A copy of overy statement made f, I :
Ibut. No' I no'! the stern and callous breast Sec. 2. The said company shall have sell the same a;; Imblic'ouction ; I in nil tho votes of the said subscribers either by : a* aforesaid, and of eycry report made by f f
) Seared by Ambition's. Same,. power, 1st, to make insurance on lives, 2d, cases shall give twelve weeks pujpotjce person or, proxy, duly authenticated, in I a commissioner or master hall be I
tterl an. No kindlings of remorse,confessedAt to grant and ,purchase annuities, 3d, to of such? sale, by advertising thame inone rlrittn'allowing to each.,subscriberone milted by the said court, to the trans'I'I
hat) thy remembered, name ;: make any other contingent contracts, involving ,or more newspapers, publis at the vote for each share by him held, and they Council at it* 'annual session ) and the Legislative ",

'",I Alike the Corsican adjured, *. the interest of money and the du- seat of government, and also in awspa- ,. shall carefully note each vote in (:duplicate ,Council shall have .Power at all i
ne- .. I ration of life, 4th,'to receive monies in trust per nearest the premises betf at doe books prepared for that purpose,and Barter time to appoint a committee from its own ... ... .
iiLl With harsh and.!Ingrate tone, :,4: irtd to accumulator, sema-Nt';'such'r races'time aDd place of.suol.,aUi n id fusing<< taken M'the vou*:which"may..!". body' ,.wliotw" duty It, shell bo to examine "'j ,: i
The'beauty and the love that pavedHis of interest as may be obtained, or agreed advertisement to be published I lei it once offered within the time fixed by said notice the condition and state of said body.politie I +' 7.
pathway,to a throne. on, not exceeding at the rate of eight per in each week: Provided th of i crease the' said judges shall count suid votes and corporate, to inspect the book 'and I,I f
cent.'per annum, or' to allow such. interest I of capital shall, at any time b d a led by 'and certify the number of votes given to minutes of proceedings of the board<< of ,;j ji
titlI lie turned i in apathy to gaze thereon as may be' agreed on, 5tb, to accept the said company,without tb rilt n'consent : each I person, and thereupon they shall i 'Trustees ascertain the amount of deposits I
I l' Upon his Austrian bride, and execute all such trusts of every of the holders of major in amount forthwith band over the said {loll books,to ; th"relnlIn exact list of balances duoto I'

Nor heard'd3rk: Fate's prophetic sigh description as may be committed to them of the stock, their agents, o 'presenta- the Mid commissioners, the one for the and from said body politic and ,corpora "I
,That warned the'fall of pride,- by any person or persons whatsoever, or tives.. company and tho other to be transmittedto to,all)I other affair or the same,and make I :
Saw not.the visioned battle-shock maybe transferred to them by order of any Sec. 7. All the corporate p :rs of said the,Secretary of the Treasury ; and ,the a report thereon at such time a* they may {" 5:
Babel of the courts of this,Territory, or by any, company shall be exercised I board of ten persons having the highest number of be instructed and directed ; end if,the Legislative l
,That cleft his frame I
ches court as a court chancery, Gtli, to receive trustees, and such officers, i odes and votes shall be the said trustees, and thereupon Council shall be of the opinion j I. t
Nor marked on far Helena's rockA and hold lands under grants, with such ,branches as they shall establis Dd locate. their powers and authority as said that said company have violated ant of the '

el. sepulchre shame. general or special trusts,- or covenants, so ,I The board of trustees* shall c int'of ten trustees shall commence. provisions of its charter! they shall have ... "
zeal tier as the same may be taken in paymentof persons, all of whom shall be klioldersly Sec. 11. That to soon as the said trus lower to order a scirefadat to be issued :> 11 I
A France.!-France. !-by thy indignant their debts or in security of their capitalor the number of thirty share nnd three tees are elected, they shall organize and by said court: of Appeals, for the purpose I ;, !

ill )Were honors duly paid. ?. loans, or debts due them, 'or purchased Directors to appointed an fly by the notify the Governor of, this Territory, that I of'determining.whether the charter or the .
he And'did thy:weeping fondness soothe upon sales under any law of this Territory Governor and Legislative C cil, after they are ready to commence businesos and said company ought not to be vacated for 1

lie 'The unrequited shade ? us may be necessary to protect the rightsof the guaranty shall have been rt red, who thereupon the said Governor shall appoint forfeiture. I, I!
toee Bad'st: _thou yon breathing statue strive' the said company, and the same againto mayor may not be stockholde they shall some suitable person to examine and/ascertain Sec. 18. For all Irissc of money which I
Her faultless'form to show/ sell, convey, and dispose of 7tb,*to buy, annually elect a President fron air own the amount paid in upon the first the capital stock shall not be sufficient to' f
to Bat rushing in reckless mirth, discount, and sell drafts, promisory notes,! body, and shall have power to -lare by a instalment of said capital stock} whose dutyit satisfy, the trustee shall be responsible in i la I
: on : and bills of exchange, 8th, to establish and by-law what number of truste less thana shall be, at the:expense of the Mid com the same manner, and to the same extent : '
clN That empire answered--J\"o! locate branches for carrying. on their bu majority of the whole, shall L quorumfor : to make such examination and ascertain that trustees'aro now by law responsible. : tIn l

Then, lo a still small Voice arose. siness. transacting business, and t expense : by the oath of the President, that law. orequity. ; I i
ie Amid that silence drear Sec. 3. In all cases where any court has 'of drawing securities, and other pers,and the said capital has been bona,fide paid in Sec. 10. The company shall have powerto
jurisdiction for the appointment of a guar examining titles, &c. shall be d by the by the said stockholders of the said company issue bills or note other,than draft or :I f
U.e Such voice as from the' cr dle-bed' dian of any infant, the annual income of applicants for loans., in payment of the first instalment bill of exchange, to the amount of the i i'I".r I
U.Il 'Doth I charm the mother's earjAnd I whose estate shall exceed the sum of one Sec. 8. The trustees shall se ally hold under the regulations of the said charter capital actually paid in, :and shall not,"ex I II

era then, methought, two clasping' hands hundred dollars, slI h' court shall have their offices during good beha but the and for no other purpose whatever, antithat reed the same,on pain of forfeiture of their ,j 111
Were from that marble thrust, power to appoint the said company as court of appeals shall 'have p 'r to reheard- it is intended to be and receive as part charter. Said bill and notes to be signed I

If And strange their living freshness gleamed guardian. of the estate of'such infants. move a trustee,on such notice of said cal'italatock, and forthwith ''pake by the President and Secretary, or Cashier 1 fi
Amid that sculptured dust. Sec. 4. On any sum, not less than one ,as they shall deem reasonable the aj -' due return thereof to the Governor; whoon of said corporation { and said corporation' !
hundred dollars, which shall be collected plication of a person interest or a mis- the return being made to him as aforesaid shall never refuse or suspend the paymentin 'f
aeu Empress-!the 'filial] blossoms nursedWithin or received by the said company in its ca.pacityofguardian demeanor in office. The sa' board of that the um of,two bundred thousand specie of any of their notes or obligation I
thy bosom'. fold,', J or receiver, 'an interest trustees shall be divided into classes, dollar of, the capital Mock of said !!, or of any fund received by them in t; "
the said of of members and ao ha been'paid In, in specie or ita.quY&lcnt depotfile, on lawful demand being made ; fi
a Survived the wreath that throned Love shall be allowed by, company consisting two a I, company! .
befoade shall refuse "
To : not less than at the rate of'four per cent. arranged that the term of seryi of one,of shall cause proclamation to and if the laid corporation
heartless Glory sold; annually, which interest shall continue un each of said classes shall expit: it the end ( of the same, under the great seal of suspend payment, the_ bearer of any note I,
a Those hands thy monument have reared, til the monies,,so received, shall be duly of every two succeeding yea -to be divided the Territory, which shall.be published at orobligation, or any person having tho "" I
r Where pausing pilgrims come,- expended or distributed.Sec. by lot, so that two trust i shall be the expense of laid company in one or right to demand or receive the amount of }
a That voice thy mournful requiem; poured, 5. Where the annual- income of an appointed every two years.. Efigf vacancy more teawpspers published In saW'rerdCory fund i1e|>miited a* above mentioned, shall Ii
IBid at the of 1
of interest rate
Though all the world was dumb. infant, of whose estate the,aid company happening In the board/of ratee*, by and on me first publication be entitled<< to recover until; Iaha.t
Hartford shall be shall exceed the sum allowed death resignation or otherwise, than proclamation, it shall be lawful fur said twelve per cent per annum, they
Conn, L. H, S. guardian, per business and not tender thereof with Interest
or which may be sufficient for the by the expiration of clashes, ..bi be. sup- company to commence payment and .. J {
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at their counter
of such infant such trustees before. a*aforesaid, iu specie t
1 HAIFA education and > plied,by the'choice of the remo ng
DOZEN MiSERiZWrhingupona support
ball the hall be made or a
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1 thin sheet of paper, with small crumbs of surplus income 11 be at the sole risk of ;;and, in all casesthei, vo i of two See. 12. Each subscriber unless payment the charter ten'I'I i
1t bread under it. mid corporation, and for all laesap of loch third of all the trustees,for the! le being, time! of sulrseribiag pay to the the commissioners of der thereof said; within ninety shall day lo, considered 1\
same, sum tendollar of the company ;h; r
Toasting a bit of cheese, and when it is monies, the capital stock, property and effects shall be requisite to a choice o person each hare by him subscribed, forfeited, and they abaU cease all opera.tans i
t more than a1f done; it falls in the ashes of the said corporation shall be. absolutely shall ba eligible,,who shall meet not ve of been the and after* on the share shall have been subscribed a* a corporation,except so far a*shall J ij f l I
Being seized: with a sneezing fit in going liable. openly nominated at a their and '
ach stockholder shall I an in be to close concern !
pay necessary t
stock of the said Trustees at least month bet > the dayon '
corporatIon one
awn a dance with ,a delicate, fine Sec. 6. The capital -
very stalment of ten dollars on each ,hare *o fulfil) existing contract
shall be two millions of dollar, which the elet3ien| is held,anibe name
Block of said -
of six The capital corporation
hint at the expiration See. 20. i
held ;
A false calf shifting round In dance.. which shall be divided into ahareg ,of sine col.every person, so nominate .hall be months by thereafter, at such place or places shall be taxed at the same rate a* i .
Sitting down alone in large hundred dollar,each, and may be increased published for three successive vcks previous of the said '
, party upon ,the Trustee lmll appoint, of ,,which all other personal property Ter'j
sofa f from time to time to the day of election in OM" more a
which make 'noiae. the said.company, that
an 'equivocal by time and plnceor place,at least fix wwka ritory, and pot otherwise; and DO taX ,
Being obliged to shave' with cold water in like shares, to four million of dollars; of the newspapers printed in tl//Territory notice, shall be and within shall at any time or time, be hereafter "
IQ the month and time when the books shall be of,Florida : Provided' that Wn vacanj j public giveo,
of ifj; tht paid beyondthe
January. any three after the said stock thall have levied against corporation,
lasers year
of stock be sub- eie shall happen by expiratiofcf: *.,
amount in
opened, a larger been subscribed, the whole fcwoujgt remaining amount of five thousand dollars anyone t
Truth is scribed for, the higher the tame hail be supphedbyeetior* to
. always consistent with Itself; than proposed due,+dallbeptid."n Jwefi JusuUment year.Sec. '
*:" need* nothing to help it out. It is a]- and larger subscribers shall be curtailed j be hell by the stockholder Mad corporation of *as the:Trustee direct, wbleb 31. To enable the sold eompany to t
\11 near att band, and sits upon our lips so that all who apply for stock.rD8y'be enabled ; and election for tie Urpol8 police shall be oat gueo.Vrk fbare* make loaw/awi discount beyond we '
pad is ready'to drop out befbf we are to procure it. The whole of sail) supplying such vaeawie .,n* beLt ** the of same nockboUler, ,ooiluioj,:ja.ntakftuch amtJUntofthilf'ttjpi to be paid ;he...
I '* re. troubMBne millions shall be loaned and near. maybe, In pursiiw "M according every IMUC
Whereas he is ,and two of rapital shall be farfcitrJ loptbtr .uwkholdm M aforesaid, they may
a man's invention upon theW-k-j and invested in bond or notes drawing inter to the provWoBMHl i *0< withal! meGlt mAJfllbere n, cTtifirstess of one thousand douar each eheaxang
of ,
00e triticgook >ee<.ls ,a great many more to est, not exceeding eight per cent per annum i tion of this act, except iy* ? flat jjd the brashal be again opened M di no more than six per CCDt.In&erat.
o+ d. secured by unincumbered real and j time ands, plaee of holds Loleetan

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redeemable within, the range and' imit of after, pn this subject by'the 9, Treasury' ,,' is I trial [em' it 'I least expedient, We have received from'Messrs. CLARK of THE AND = The .Courier.:==

':::, the charter, at-such times as the Governor, flow indicated with a view to ensure suitable legal the j or friends of the deceasedin Eosbs, ,the enterpriung publishers .
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. ,, and the company may agree ,on, and pre.M' notice of the a contemplated. all cascJ'W take the matter in their KKICKSRBOCKER NEW-YORK MONTHLY: ,

1 i vent the same to(the Governor, or)6ting ,' LEVI WOODBURY, own handle out as far as possible the MAOAZWE, one of their' numbers,, which we THURSDAY, APRIL 30

;) Governor of this Territory whose duty it Secretary'of the ] murders and visit It is beautifully -
,Treasury.. authors oi' I""*** j ( have perused with great pleasure. '"- ,
P; J, %, shall be to endorse thereon 'f guaranteedby them wit mary justice.* printed-the style of Its execution DltSOATX: TO'CONG Jss.-A.: our Fellow

: I' f'- .' the Territory of Florida," and sign his I [Extract from Col. Croc ett'. Tour.] the matter Citizens are soon to have an

:t., name and title of office thereto, and return I "Did 'you''my good reader, ever witness LlTTLORAT t. (Ark.)February 24.. Emi ould.dq credit to any press-and lover c their votes 'for a Delegate opportunity ofasting
ct the the said and the INDIANS. The steamboat would the table of any,intelligent to Co*
to grace
, : same company ; ,,a breaking of Congress ? I ,TG i*
/ i "laith of the !said Territory is hereby pledged not you had better come and see for your Harry iirieu at this place this morn of good rluiing., ; From the ,land of flowerswe gress, we., have, for their information: ,though .,

! as security for said company: ,. for the self. The first,thing that is done, is, to be ,ing havi* board near 500 of these sons expert,to gather blossoms, and from a proper to publish the law in relation to
?i : j' t.."' faithful payment of such certificates,*ac- sure that Sunday shall be one of the las of%'fc from AlabAma, who will be I good periodical" a lady or gentleman of qualification of 'v ters. The law:was passed

, : >'cording to the tenor and effect of the same: days. This is, because we get paid fork joined, iy or to- !iorrow, by onotherpany taste has a right; to expect, amusement sand February! Cth, 1834, ana approved February
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But no greater amount of certificateS shall Sunday ; and then, as they generally fix pwards tof pomes, 11th of the "
same -and makes ,
.,' be time endorsed be from Memphis and inetructitl i +. This kind of publications always year a part of
:;. at any than-may equalto at the end of the long sessions, 'on Monday came Mi by W the 4th S ction
r I the debts placed- under mot 8trO.- to the to break up, a good many can start on Saturday arrived rs. BlacTs: in the Big Prairie, come wit a welcome. They are a cure for of Act? No. 1, of that year
L' : ..company, at the timo of making ,application evening or Sunday morning, with some dajince.under 'ne lormer pany are melanch y or ennui. We do not. always Be ,it!, enacted, That all white male in.
1"'J' Dc'sccured after.the ,,mode and in Page, U. S. A., habitants citizens of the United States above
two (days extra pay in hand, as they never tli tugs Capt. want to ead newspapers, history., political the 'of Twenty-One ,
i conformity to the manner out and er that of Mr..1 eatl. age: years who have resided .
on much to be done on thelast and the er u disputations. ;From: the in this for
$ journals, t religious Territory Three
directed in the sixth Section of this Act. to leava this 'vicinity in months immediately -
of the session '
day to1 send They
except messages a pec in. the"election And
cradle taught to respect good \ preceding? :
And in case the said company shall make d for their destination w were all
to ihi Senate and President that they 8 ay or byj white mali inhabitants of this
'default in of the interest struction :Bat psalms and 'hymns afford Territory above
payment principal or arc read to adjourn, &c. We generally' w st oti an the age CTwenty-One{ who
of,such certificates, it shall be the lounge or squabble the greater part of the E :.fD ss -A delegation, of the little, all ent to the inquiring mind and habitants 6f the same,years at its, cession were to the in. 1
"dul'ofthe, court: of Appeals of raid Territory session;and crowd into d.fewdayoof the $4 ecsr t I ndians, residing near Buf- school bo ks are made for children. 'I'pe'work : United'' 'States in, ,Eighteen Hundred and

,. 'on being certified of the fact, by the last of the term three our four tunes the ht 1 i4 tats ,of New<< York, ,arrived whl Ji, ,we notice, .above, is, worthy ,of Twenty-O, and who have resided in this
ti l -Governor, to issue on appropriate process business done,during as many proceeding b rday ,last, on their return froman will Territory for,Three months immediately, 1
and'we most cheerfully render pre
j Y -to 'anr1al'8baIJ of said Territory, com- months. You may therefore guess ,at the e: loJ tour through the uuappropriated patronage', : ceding the election' shall be entitled to TO\\
> tnandmg him to take so much of the money deliberation of Congress, when you can' ftnf of the United States, west of, .ny assistance in our ,power to promote at any place or precinct within this Territo

:. ; j' ,chorea in action,'or other effects.,or property hear, or the soul of you, what is going oh, Miss/uril Arkansas search of a coun- 't/circulation.. ry for Delegate to Congr ss'." ,

+ of thQ said company, bring the same nornb one. knows what is but ,three br try for ture residence of their tribe. ," The contents, include original,communications "

,into,court forthwith,as will be sufficient to four nd when'its no'use, to try to know." They ailnducted by Col. Wilcox,.,In- from, distinguished writers, with literary The Key West ,Jnquirer' states, on the authority
i ;, .indemnify 'the Government.from loss by If from. learn that this of a letter received in that
I t is rightodd to look round and'sce the dian Ad whom we '' notices and miscellaneous matter., We city from
w reason of such default, and the court is diOe ence of' faces on this occasion, tribe c of between 2500 and 2800 for ,little from Tallahassee, that Wylie P.,Clark, Esq.Uni-
.' ,. hereby empowered to' direct the disposal I Ire king up in Congress.] Some quiet souls [residing near Buffalo, all of have only room, : ,one" ted States Attorney for the Southern District

'of'the same : Provided, when this guarantee thin ing they have established a name in whom Government contemplate rehe Sketches 'of ,Travels, ''written by Rev. of'Florida has' his office.
: is asked for the Governor and Colin-, the remnants Flint author of an interesting work ; resigned Mr.Clark" .
1" the nation; and look satisfied ; some, quite, movin west, together with Timothy "
\, ,'cilehi111 have power to"appoint ,three ,directors .right glad to get home, and know they are 0 eral] other tribes residing in the ntiUed''Ten. ,, Years in the, Valley of the s appointed very recently.

who 'may, or may not, bo stpck4i coming back ; some are restless and fidg- same viz ;, The TuScaroras, consisting Mississippi.." From the same paper we learn that a Committee .

it : 'alders;" etty,:, with a journal "under, their' arm, to fib 00 souls ; the Onondagas,'300 ; One of the beautiful diversities of has been chosen,to take into consideration
f 1. !' Sec. 22. ThiS''act shall not be construed Home theCaOneidt 300 and Mohawks, and trav- the' .
tddi] to'prove how punctual they ; our is the contrasts recent Act of the Legislative Council
clung ,in country, strong -
Ito .
confer said
on the company any rights were, and to be ready to meet their ;
antagonist of climate and ,manners repealing the City charter; who,after deliberation
scenery, ,
; r'p make i any contractor to ac- for ,
!,icept or execute any trust! whhtever which nicely folded, re-election in their,pocket and perhaps a ,,of also his, I'' A '"Si driver on the Florida route, by which,'from the rapidity,and recent'facili submitted a Report, in which,after

'it would not be lawful for any individual, and milleage copy to show he i the ,,na of' Walter] Jones, in LaurensCount ties'of' travelling, the invalid, tourist,'botanist ,recapitulating the circumstances under which
,- J when not restrained by statute, ,under the Las' not charged pay too much, or,,perhaps to ; tan end to his life in a fit of insanity or the mere, traveller ,in search of a- the ,law was passed, and giving an outline of j

I 'general rules and law, which are or shall prove that a few miles too much have beencharged o had. been sick 8 or 10 days, musement, may'enjoyln'a fewda'ys.: He the official obligations of the Board, they
;be in force to make butwa tter, and came down suddenly who shivers in the Northern breeze, labors '
accept or execute. this submit
: by predecessor, or some such to their fellow citizens their opinion
I i ,<; Sec. 23. The said Trustees shall 'on the small concern '' from 1 room. and cot a horse from a with pulmonary difficulty or, apprehension ,
others soberly and
; are brothe little 'al he said. he who instead of enjoying'' the the last paragraphs of which are as follows:
/ -* first Monday of January and July, annually I calculating ''how they can travel down er to ride: a ,- ,
To ne's be off full winter's evening when fast. comes down There can be for the in
> make and declare such dividends resulting froni their heights of eve surprise, went at no palliation act
A frpm the profits of the said company the level of their constituents political dignity to gallop, shortly after, a message was are- the snow,' feels a painful stricture over his question. Misrepresentation, might have

as they mny think proper, but shall not A "longing lingering look behind ore casting ceived, i widow's, house on the roadthat whole surface,'and 'a still more distressing : been an, inducement,to 'repeal '''the charter;
at but it could be no excuse'' for robbing the
stricture, his and affections
'i impair nor in any wise lessen the capital the of elevation Jcf was acting very strangely. B.e- over thoughts ,
green spot which'they.'arenover of others. If evils existed the
pockets really
shall fore hi ver one could reach th-who feels that ,winter, is as thoroughly ,
'Block.and; cause the said dividends again to ascend. Few. have any ballot-box have cured them.' If
,'to be paid on demand to the stockholders more;honor than ,they have expected-got spot w ras able to,control him,'he bad searing, blasting! and death to,imagination, were done might, the law 'a remedy. wrongs There
,'thereof) at each placo places! or by a bylaw many: have got Jess; few have risen higher t}ken Ala shoes, and stuck his feet into enjoyment, and hope, as it'is to the vegetable was no call for such extraordinary legisli-'

'they may appoint. than was anticipated tie,fit-clearing, with a drawn knife, that 'world,-can hie away before the Oc tion. The haste was indecent, as a few days

i ,,.Sec. 24. The said trustees may choose have found that the regions; many are, very far too many elevated be wot Ml anYone who disturbed him. tuber frosts, in the ,Charleston steamboat. would have terminated\ the City Council.

( ':, annually from their body a Vice,President, for, them to reach with their, homemade ,There e,,none, but females ,about the I and in five or six days luxuriate in .1 In the opinion of your Committee, the said

.who'. shall 'perform all tho duties of the glory ; some retire with the proud (remis After roasting hisv\feet a' shortt Das landwo, die citronen bluhn ;;' act of 29th January, is null;and void, be

t' 'President in case of his absence or inability consciousness of having done'' their duty met t up;took off his coat and waistmoyiug where the soft breeze comes charged with cause it is contrary to the organic law-let
: to perform said duties. '' oat, ai a back log from a good your Committee recommend an application
others the of the of Cuba
fearlessly} fretting, under :the lash balmy'airs palm
., f '' groves Stale
.1 ia 'ilslace to Congress to repeal the same, that our
Sec. 25; This re de" laid himself down
Jaw shall remain unaltera- ately ,
of the whiappersin, and supplicating place -to St. Augustine. When ,weary ,of thy ute Book be';not ,polluted with evidences of
I ,?i-ble,' without the consent of the-Trustees of and privilege,- because they have been the ; re be was so burnt before': an fish and fowl, :the,sea-bathing, and the society personal legislation."
-'. 'the'' said company until the-"'expiration of saistar. ould obtained, that he soon '
scourge in silence ; some determined to of hectic invalids assembled there, '
: .;fifty years.,from its nor shall it at go died., \habitsJead jto the supposition As far as this. case is, concerned, we have
e q' passage : their on'rf'road 7 others, 'like the spaniel, ,* and forewarned, that:a bright white frost '-
t or, ,,Bratty i ,time hereafter be so altered na to pre- snuffing\ the breeze, to catch, 'the scent'of ,that hUfangement! was mania potu. may* soon, light upon the, orange groveS; no means Judging, : of the, cause .which occasioned '
Wvent t execution by tho of [Augusta (Geo.) Cour. the of :the law 'but we believe .
: : company, any his master's,footstep.1' steamboats and Southern stages (of the passage ; ,

LA : Veubsiflting" contract. .I 'CH'Federa :IE TREATT.-The Milledgevillenion latter.I,have no good to say,) soon convey it is not common 'to'legislate money out
i Sec This act shall be taken and received THE' CAMDEN TRIALS. We have already the beautiful banks or whichthey
,'of the 17th inst. says : We him to the Alabama, of the pockets of municipal officers, }
in all court, and by all Judges, stated the 'conviction of Thomas soothed the of the wind
have reason to' believe that a treaty by lulling moan have previously*expended in an official
Magistrates, and all other 'public officers, King the third, for the murder of g and in
Nancy swelling sinking the distancein
has I be node with the Cherokees for the away
for who
< capacity the benefit of those comewithip
as a public act and"shall receive, on'.all occasions Casey. The Grand informed ,
o Jury, we are the interminable pine forests throughwhich
entire nguishmcnt of all their claims to
\ ,- a favorable construction ; and nil by a gentleman of the bar, also returnedtrue the Ian east of the Mississippi, giving he passes., He finds himself Mobile the limits of their jurisdiction

printed copies of the same, which shall be bills for murder,,MOinst Hiram ,King { in'a' new universe, and a new
them exchange an ample territory in among EAST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD COlllulfY.Inour
by, or under the authority of the and Thomas ,
x t" King, as principals in the class of rationale. ,In' New-York, glory
the wejwitli a large sum in
)r ,.'Legislative Council, shall be admitted as first degree-also against.John King, another money. was in Wall-street-in the brilliant ossem- last number we' advertised ;for the fin:

/ 'i' other gooj evidence, thereof' ,without any any son, William' Rouse and Simeon The izens Halifax, N. C. and its vicinity barge, at the fashionable party of the fjbrtu time, that the Subscription, Books would kt

t. <,Passed proof whatever.. Rouse, us principals in the second, degree. e a public entertainment the nate English goods' merchant of Broadway opened for stock 'in the East Florida Hu
? : 12tb, 1835. They were all arraigned on the,,8th inst. lion IP. Mangura.on his arrival at that ; or a few hours above, at the reunionof Road Company.; We have said enough,herej

't,r : Approved,-Feb.' 14th, 1835., and plead' not guilty. The father found jm. Washington. Col. Wm.* L. the Albany regency, settling the nation. tofore, in relation to the advantages of thij
r. r- '
4Ctreular guilty on the 8th. Counsel for the State- Long [sided, assisted by Robert C. Bond There'every: thing was fashion, a acrod
to all Collecting and Receiving Solicitor General and Levi S. place, as one of the termini of.:a route
t"M' DeLyon, and C James Simmons. After Judge fine house: fine parties, distinction. Hereit I if
Q9uera Esq..Counsel for the the Peninsula of Florida, but we pow feel
\H" prisoner-Edward ]\f. haf etired, it was unanimously agreed is cotton and negroes., The appearance, :
TREASURT DEPARTMENT ? Houstoun, George Kollock and A.J.Bes- .and our to capitalists who b1I
to'' 8U it'' the nomination of L. manners; thoughts of the people are as duty call'upon ,
} ,, :" April' Ctb, 1835. < sent,',Esqn On Thursday? the 9th., John r the Presidency, and Wilde 1). different! from {hose Broadway, as the engage in this' enterprize' to examinee thfr

'It is understood that the instruction? King was brought up for trial,as prmcipal Mang for the Vice Presidency. pine forests are from Long Island, or th roughly before they emBark on the ocean o

!/ from 'this department to 'receive for the in,tbo second degree, aiding and abettinir.! climate Mobile from that of New-York This town is well situated ti

,' public duties all such State bank notes 'as Counsel for the State-as before. For the 'AI ,teHTrui. CLIMATE.-The Quebec Another day places him in the centre of speculation.

r < the deposite banks are willing to credit at prisoner-E. Houstoun, Geo. Kollock, A. Gaze of March 30, says-" the season is the motley city of New-Orleans, accommodate trade-to afford the, shipping

. .::1t"i par, have been construed to authorize the BessenL, and Co'S. Henry, Esqrs. This still c I I,1; and we have experienced 're- the 'people and manners ,of all countries among interest great facilities; vessels are secure'the i

s :, '1 receipts of such notes of any denomination. trial Jasted until Friday, 3 P. M.,when the peat now falls within the last ten days and all climes, ,where, along with the omnipotence stream, or at the ,wharves; the town i

f : The undersigned considers it highly beno- I I Jury/returned a ,verdict of not guilty, '0I TheY. ia the woods is'5 feet deep and of cotton and negroes, he sees the largest on the river-and: although oth

{ : fical to the currency of the country and the eoinst the prisoner. On Friday afternoon, about uses' and on the roads has been abundant touches of.Wall-street science in may be laid out, it will employ much
.>(safety of the banking agents employed in Hiram King was brought for trial-but metimes 15 20 and. stocks airce
up driver, to even 30 regard to fine parties,dazzling ball- and the advantages not be greater )
keeping the public revenue, that the more not being able to procure an impartial Jury, feet d As soon as the milder weather rooms, a gaudy,and imposing theatre, and may *
&general use of specie from the small and he,was remanded. The same result too'kplace come ces the roads will be impassable, no humble pretensions to the masonic se- where five or ten years hencethan theyno

*,ordinary .transactions- of society should bef.encouruged in relation'to, George, Kin?.' ,On and t Hvers swell .and overflow theirban crets' of good society and high fashion. are here. The trade if of a great amountthere t

,T\ and us the disuse pf bank notes Saturday morning the two Rouses were I Here the talismanic words, the sesameto i is an extensive ,back country of goW
of a denomination is believed to be the then brought'up and a Jury empanelled ,. all hearts,are qui trine, money, and pleas land to feed its j it,is well situated for enter
surest method to effect that and -but in of the illness of LuqiR IK THE WEST.;-A large
object, :ta consequence ,the an ure-sought'with ,so much the more intenseness prize-and cannot"but be .healthy. W d
",'. ;the acts of Congress ,do 'not expressly principal,witness on the part of,the',State, i manufactory baa been erected in from the unavoidable consciousness i

J quire five dollars, you are hereby directed!,' a.jurorVMWit drawn and the case con Ohio ,' the purpose 'of making Lucifer that,they gather in their harvest of- not undertake the task of begging wens tt

M" '. after the 30th day of September next, not tinued. The. ,prisoners, we understand, latch We hope his brimstone majestyextensl roses upon, the Very palmetto :'margin of corporations to invest their fund. in

," ; to receive i in payment of any public duties, will be transferred, until next term, to ,the will ,dJbetter justice, to the article' than I them wet graves' .$ place because we'have any right in, the 101

4,Bank note*..of any denomination less than Jail of this County, for j1 afe custodySavannah .. seems t have been done to some that have .. .--- or.expect: fa speculate nvri il estate. W
1 five dollars. [ Georgian. been ufat tured ,in this city, which A pub
FEMALE: S.A.IJ.Oa.-A. young girl was i own nothing-and have no fees for
'Y' are also apprized that it is in' have 01 tha quality'of
producing a'villanou
con -
lately discovered on board of locateroute
a ves- Ing the troth but before
/ retemptation'by this department, after the 3d (From the Columbus Sentinel, ICth inst]] e ell, \Hthout giving i any light. sel lying in the London docks ; exaeu*
I\1t!, < of-March 183G # disguisedas for a road tea only with them to
[should Congress in the A youth named FAirum' about 17 years [N. Y. Transcript.. a sailor, in which vocation sbe'bad been ,
mean time make no'new provision the of "hilst'on and we fear not the result of an investigate
j on age, a jaunt to Alabama, was acting for years. Her is
.. man named many story quite
.. subject) to Exercise Ay ig Andrew J. Peck I
discretionary killed by the' Indians ,
powers, on the 12th inst. Love for the
romantic. *
'which is of Milfi] Mass was drowned Captninof a vessel As the weather is l coming upon
it supposed will then when about 18 miles on Sunday warm,
belong to from
this led her
place- another to the sea, to join him in
America '
it last in't North River
ovethe ,about 5 miles from families careful in rep"
receipts ofP.8permoney, of individual was with cannot be too
any him who where
she found his
eseap- has '
e description for the this cirjpy the upsetting of: a boat. Mr. grave. their r
; receipt of Bank notes, ed unhurt since voyaged in the Mediterranean their diet, and the cleanliness 'of
? for it to all of less Peckwendearej a man of and bad and
a denomination than Murders in the young promise Dec I"
ten Creek nation become is deuces and premises.
,have himself quite a practised tar; her hands as roughas adjoining
dollars. For the to a numerous circle of
Banking institutions greater security of the I so frequent and barefaced, as seriously friends his amiable and conciliating disposition boards, her skin swarthy, and her poll vegetables will produce sickness. The daJII
employed by the ) to attract the d
attention of fts white She the their
> cropped. mounts shrouds
I Treasury, and for the improvement of the neighbors. The his body has not yet been found as ness of our warm nights generates
-s, the perpetrators of these St. Augustine herald nimbly as a monkey. A sailor striking and the breeze which oltf
tr by fuller [ composition
currency restoration of that crimes
usually secrete themselves her and
the her led
"- on crying, to the denoune- *
\ f(specie circulation for the common purpOJle8tWblCb road lido; Until the otherwise Waft health to our families
traveller-- TUUBWM.' ---, 'when u___ RISK i THE COTTON TKADE-In the ment by some gentlemen who immediate. :
seems to nave been.contemplat-: he falls a victim to their hatred a malice beginnfolpf of ly investigated her and took bear on their bosom, fever J con1tions.
'fed by the Constitution or reign George III, ((1760)) case, her un
make it is intended thento revenge j which last trait I is strongly predominant'in this tradiave employment to 40,000 persons dertheir protection. We care not what b the v W
| if .. '
orrageraenta '
the of practicable to discontinue their character. If be is injured anjllie value 'fthe goods produced character of a climate-these subjects ib

4geDt.\whi use shall any thereafter Bank of the fiscal ,he seeks redress in'h18 own way ;' was 6Qppa| It now employs not l less than Mrs Munscn and Bits. Lyman widows always receive attention. It w vain to *
continue and if the
< present an opportunity for atie1 .c- producedJxceeds 31,000,000, The cotton in the ship Samarang from Bata- '
and Tb
dollars shall
,et after some subsequent tion ha gluts his co" the whole co.untay
the first of via. '
vengeance on yarnjinually. in would They were landed at Ilolmes' Hole '
i England
ff<< period to be then spun ti*
t designated, continu his blood that meets his eye; issue
p e to of J Jess toJ
; notes
a denomination cumstances under which he times inhabitants but, attention to diet and bl
,;,-than five dollars. generally acts ; tttookl reach 51 times from the of Batavia liberally gave them out
The \ ," I are such u secure him from detection. In. earth to. iMsus, and it would encircle theearth' seventeen, hundred dollars, previous"to hospital would be a pert'hou e, and'. IT
course. proposed to pursued then' the absence of a regular proceeding and orM eight times and a half their sailing. only a retreat for the insane;


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amusements SCENE IN A. SCIIOOL ROOM.Jcm,
of .
varlety AND STAGI:
There are a' great1 Od humor. One said tho master. 'YOli wero, not in school in tile ffice, Jack- I. :

quired to keep o.clety in g yesterday.' the 1st 0 il, 1835, and T.

i for, hunting-another for fishing- 'No, Sir, Hero's 'scause mother sent ye ;' if not taken'out in three s, they will "
r&on for be sont to the Generd Po lce as dead t
sailing- .
other for trapping-another at the same time holding a slip pa. un"der lgned Commtsllion rs give n '

for tra 1ling-another for dancingothtr per on wbich were written the fol1oVJDgseeming1y letters., A TilE that ''pur uant to the Act entitled TilE rublie .re ,I.ronn.d'''''' Ii.. er .
other :
hieroglyphics'cep' :- the Daro ches will run be-tween- ,
music-another for readingandeili.re John Adams G "An Act'to amen an Act to incorporate
for ,
,who ove' to delve in vfl.eS mom to gou' tmuTing! Edward S. Aldrich, FLORIDA PJln1UULA: AtfD JACUOJVlLJ.. RAILROAD Tal1ahusee and Jacksonville, to leave this I
I some an'ci' "Velt,'J em,' said tbe master, lfter examining DU. ,", February 15,1835, place every Monday. 'i

of deep, .cien c research po1lld. it for Bomo time, 'wbat did you : D, Daldwin, 2 that the Dooks wil be n openea at Jack.sonville 117'orty pounds 'baggage will b. allowed .:

, leuning: But on of the greatest do )"elterday ?' William Darcalow, at the store of I..D.1Iart,DaY-Itr.tlt, to each panenger,and for any greater weigbt, Aj'
\ amusement and continue open one c n' per pound Vlil1 be charged ror every I '
orIight and profitable Dug taters l' William II, Durritt,3 on the 4th 'dayof May, I
urces next to r ceivelIubscrip ten miles. :
11 ttUtlling' Q.Sid and, tDatching the CUT1'cnl oj'qoita '.Ob'yes 1'Kep' at,home to g. a pota. John Charles Droward Droward, ',,3 2 until the 1st o .day.of fo stock August to carry said R } Road IITFare througb, eacb $ t' "'
ebbingand flowing-its high and, tOtl.ng. JAMES J1ARRIS..
into execution.Dy
Francis Droward
m.erchants grave in a SM"illg '- Sarah A. Droward, the' 8th Section of this amendatory Act, Jo.cluqnv lle, Jan. 14. 3tt : :
I lo\\' tides-to,see Rev. JORN E. CUARRIS, wilrhotd stock heretofore' taken,
trade-planters sober in'pralle, of the., Divine Service at tbe' Court-house hi this Edgar lteubin S.Dloomer Darrows, the hat subscribers'a. prior right for to, subscribe for tile same ,CONVEY A CE FROl\1 JJACKSONVILL

quality of their crops-judge wi.se;In learn.ingwtnesses p1ace, on Sunday next,at 3,o'cloc, p; 1\1. John P.'Drown, amount of StoCk on the new Dooks.ISAIAII. TO BT ,AUGUSTIN .; ; !

s\ye ri g to ',the tCliple truth, John G. Drindley, 2 tri D.tUART, I

disinteruictl: d impartiaZ. jur r U radring PASSENGERS, Mr. Darhoe, .' ohn.Spicer JAMES DELL, }Com'n.STEPHEN i:
Florida for Sa.vannah-Mr Dradduck.i f I
minut s" to II put i writing, Per steamer' ) II
for' five and .!Ifrs llayden, Mr and .!I( s K nl,. fr !1MMr. C .S EuDY, I "
...hat they had, determined on,. btfore e>: Jonas, Mr and Mrs. Gris1coldJMrs Lay, E. A. Cohen, gt ,S. ani.Marthe. JOS.,B. LANCASTERt J THE Subscriber will run.. good Barouche f.\\

1el\om';. And, n to see thef rav1ty 01.spectatorsthe Mr Lewis ar.d Son, .!IreSSTS. Beary Buller, Cox, ted ; 1 ; Jacksonville,,March,31, 183G. ..14NOTIC gcod 1I0ne. from Jacksonvillo',to I ,

smlles.o ne PlLrtr-the is.putes Dunn, Evans, Nmton, Ckurch, Kyle, Booth, George Causey, 11 n. d. j St. Augustino'onee IL week; to leave this :
, Ni'Oll. James U. .. place' rwfonday rooming and arib. in i I
la d t e evi.DC Baujield, Dr f Cooper, every "
of Attornies, an .th : Moses Curry, Mil,. An a t a..d by the t i lat "e Cqun. St,Augustin. on the enQin,orthe.amo ..y. ,

as Ie use '! ," to ge, bCs? of MARINE .JOURNAL.: Nancy Cooper. Pall11el rrii, 'BY of this Territory, at lU I<'.81a ion Ueturning-wUl leave ItAugus: : .. on I I

D Jants '. the Governor, F b, 14th, Wcdnelday mornIng, and amvea' thi. plUUt I Ion
I (lI.8e. D. R. Dunham Seymoullrett, \ 2 and approved bl C the evening of tile IIlme day. : ',, 11 i \
I affairan 30.ARRIVED26th appointe"d misslone'r -
I N xt we have II. love, ,; engage.'ment"an PORT OF JA.CKSONVILLE..APRI Edward Davis, Patrick .., 1835, the Subscribers Books were and rl'celve" ..ubIcription lI7J'oriy'pound.. bagpg will be al1 *ed I '

innocent heart'' throwing itself M, Pinclb, to open ', each and for any greater weight, f.
steamer Florida, 1 1I, Silaa Duele. for the .tock of a Bank to be locatd passenger, f.to
pon e.affec. ons'' of II. :youthful loverpledged" from Savannah.CLEARED29th. Abby Dertu, Detty Prtrd. in tllis Town.t be called TilE DANK.OF'JACKSONVILLE one cent per pound. \e'cbarled" for evtry. "
and forworseand the Abraham Dupont, ten miles. "
for better steamer Florida, iii Francis Jt,. ID"Fare eacb $G. I t
Jessee D. Dykes, way;
fate of life sealed with II. kiss, perhaps a traitor's. for Savannal1. Wm.S. Donaldson. Wi11iam er, \\In punuance of which the Subl criben II. II, PIlILlPS, !

., 'Bat'this is II. subject' for:novelists and Charleston.30th, schr George;and Mary, Willey, fot E Francis \1Lrd. hereby give for the no .tock ce, that in the said Books Dank,fn will Subscription b Jacksonville, Feb. 2'. 6t.f' ,t i

Eubank I
,not for us. because'lamber ; William George p, Edney,, M. E Sa opened in tills Town, at tbe CountingRoomof N"TICE ,TO ,TRA.VELLERS." !
Aca penter is much troubled, OR NEW YO U{. Charles English" John St 4 Me8srs. Dlanchard & Rider, comer of i

is high he cannot furnish you cheaper !KO EaIDes 3. Day and LibertYltrectl, 'at 10 o'clock, AM, :
Pa ket Brig lIenry nut.W"J. ;1 .
-a shoemak r:is sorry your',boots, will not A TilE will sail for NeW' : Ralph Eames, 2Evertson on tbe fourth dayof May. MILLS

tailor.'eImJ 10. 'Yilh 'your dress, coat York on the 6th May next. Sha & Co. WILLIAM RIDER.} '
last-n. : take a few barrels freight and'accommo- F be 'eguli.t convfl1ane (Of,
had not ripped in the. seam-a date six or eight passengers'for which apply Charles E. Flinn.G. D. HARt. a.'we'eJt from 8t Mary'. Oco.by .

complahis 'of the high price of furs-a grocer to Blanchard J& Rider, comer of Bay and C01nmi8sw.erl.JacksonvillC Pab!<
fami y's ore e'veryhtgh-a.nd butter Libert- streets, or to the Capt. on boara.Apn12Q. Timothy Orindley, i.. nery wednesdllY, ..t :Io'clbck, I'. M"and
says, E. F. Apr 12d, 183 ,
else nd it ., 2w17 Jacob, !, arrive at Pablo the next day ,
thing ; goes- '
higher than any II l'er.on., who'wi.h..to.oid.. a pllh i ex
t e sun rise and sets on the evil and gqod- FOR S'ALE.TJ Eliza JI rPr, David NOTIVE. sure on the water, will find nry comfirlable 'I tJ I Iaccommodation. ,

the showers are commo, .to all-the breezesknoWno Piec JQt/of harneSlt H rper" ham, t'ntringCliarles :.1 "'tXTE the C mmis ionell of the Road of at }'erniLndina, at Mr A. \
rolls O Fowling' s-a' Eliza Houston, GeorgI! altorn, Duval uIU111ned tlleIIllme Dias' and can leave' F.rnandina- next I
master here, the s ll. uncontrolled : suitable for heavy.work-four kegs ofDupont's "" 'having :i
Uobkirk JohnW line and arrive'd Pablo, the'.a.rne dllY,
Gravelly-Ilill the
Mary from to County It Itmormng
.the.biddingofweo.k flat bottomed
r rest'lauih at best powder-one
and t.he above article. J.lIouston, Andre"lch; of Duval County, have ,ascertained tile best They can leave l'ablo every; Friday morning J JI'
man. Human lif \ is'a fluctua ng boat, witl the oars. Tbe Miller Hallows, Willian'iN olf, ound and the sU'aight llt way to the forks at 4 o'clock, and arriv41 at at AugulUne at'U, 1
cash. :Apply to'
will, be sold vef'ch'eapJor William Hickman ,Maj.WDl'Wyatt, Road same' leave St A ugustlne .very''
afFair but after ,all" there'ls ,much plea,9ure TIMOTHY ,WIGHTMAN, of tile leadin one to the upper Spring .1\1. dllY; 1<\0I
; e Willey.And"one I IPalsenger.
mil Office. Mary V.l1all, Ca\lt.\ and tho'olherto Ahgator town. The OverlIeers Sunday, and arrive at rablo lame day
are this
attached to it. Tears are ex tics- chan.ges or at 1St! letter which 18 died as followsDuval within lIaid County.are hereby author- I wishing to. visit' St Augustine, I ,

1116 product of th 'na ve soil. Society April30. County, East FlorJacbonville I be to order out all handsliab.l r d duty"to wi111>e accommodate on_ onal1e rm.., r Ii

bank cunency- stock is some'times Post. Office M il. ; work on lIaid ,road [U quickly a. onvenlent Fare from St Mary'. .by l'ablo to 'Ju"
like' UP by the S.ubscriberatDeep ,ISAIAh.D. HART, 1 Master. From St Augustine to Pab1o.... I' I ITbere I
some mes it can be excha.nged TAKEN his for lIaid oJleralion. ne $ "II
arid: NEGRO BOY, '
.!tiove par, a 'who'sals S. J. EUBANK Commi..ionenJNO i. also 0. sll.e b t which will run
at.a liberal ,discoul1t for a more name is Cil.l1RLES,belonging to Dr.1 arber, VABINET FURNITVlt llE1I0USE. W. RICHARD., } fuuaid Road. once wek ftom l'ablo to Jacksonv1lle ; and ,.

investment. Communities some.'times on Paine's 'Praire. SaidDoy ,is about I five .. l will depart. and arrive ..0'at o meet the mail .
promising' lIix.inches in ''height, light complexion, Jacksonville, March 31, 14 and the I
I feet 8t Mary' ,
boat iu're\nrn
'fail, and c nno pay""fifty on;,II. and defomied in the nght foot-: IIILYs h Ii. COOKE, No.1Droo.dwaYINew on it arrive. ftom ftoIR 8t AugUltlne, Fo.r. I IfrolD
and u
dollar of their es mate4 worth. N o ,11.11 this left home 'on Tuesday,' e 24th lDst. The York'SofuSideboardcretarlel offers for eale tY NOTIOE. stage l'o.blo to JacksonU1t AU fari to

the looker-on. ''Changeproduces. ll b'e det .ined, until his owner pays 'quality'of Il' atee., and rson. ent- I
is am1, ement for' Boy w Dook Cases-Table. ,Qf alllCrip 4ns- ALL creditorsr be paid at rablo. ,
allure' ''though it,1'8e charges and_ takes him away. an4 tQ distrlbuuon, of the E.tate of'ELlZ.llBETII C, TAYLOR. 11
urand. pie
ple BOURBON J.OWTHER.. Chairs :of every quality-II } '
with'th sufi, y van llb: reJtS.settipg.Th 30.' ,,3wlS, French Dedsteads of Mahogar P lda!le- JJ'ILLl MSON, nrThe Moll boat' wlU 'lean p blo'for BL ,
Apri Hair and Moss Mattra88es- D ds- deceased, and' late of Duval County, please MAl.!" en .Tu8lday and retl1m. '
'Si mer F1orida wilr-disconUnu l r PROCLAMATioN' ANI Looking ,Olallses-Carl'" ful asortment take noUce,'tllat-th lr'etlUms and'deli1anct. dey. 'Ii.' I..... r.ble ....ry'rld.y'I''
j fwniaha of laW'unles.,, for St and 'return. on. the I ,ucceedJug -
nee operaUon ,Augusune
of every thing will be baned by'
until she is ..thoroughlyrepaired. ELECTION.0 ,
trips for the present, I houle. forthwith exhibited, or at the upinti n of Sunday. Om3 I

We' hope that lIome'other boat will is hereby given;that an election ,April 7. 3w15 I four weeks from the da.te of thl. and I heroby -

'put on.the t route 'from S'a.v .nnah to our NOTICE held in the County of Duval,on notify all concerned,to apPear on the first DRY G ODS ItQCEnl: s. : I I'I'WIIOLEULa I'I I

time the'enterprizing the 1st Monday of May next, for a Delegate NOTICE MondayofMay next, at thfJ'CountyCourt tobe ,un RnAIL. ,
river ihe by
hi mean in the
to represent the Territory of 'Weets from da e1 ) apply o,the nolden at the Court.house at Jacksonville, constantly on hand, -I
be well r SublCriben keep
and a.t. the; will United States, at the
of the make
proprietors, next Congres. SIX of the County of Na811au In the Cou ty of Duval, whlln' I Iball TilE offer for .ale, on u good term.'U ,
'wa.rdecffoi lLny' xe'rtions'theY,.may ni e'toa. following places "and under the' superinten. for letters of Admi zation, 'on the application to'.aid Court, for'a. general ..etLlement had .at .tore iu norida, the { .c
County, e .ny
WltJAcK80n1iLE they
to -
of dance of the following pe.rsons,, : and a'discharge' ofmy I
''The numb r eal8d. of accounts
commodate the public : Robert Estate of EBER O'NEILL, my following atti le T I; ".
Wil1iam 'J. Mills ,
has'been quite ; JAMES '
passengers, lor '. eyera.l ps, Bigeow! and Joh:1 JV. chard. OwlS WHIPPLE ALDRICH, DRY GOODS.- I

larlle ;,and if we had a 'good 'JIotel in tMspl BROW Ra's. C DAR Cun-Charles: ?Bro- Apr 3,1835. ".' 'Admr Est. E. Wi liams
e.we:! .hould'feel the be efit, n t only in ward, John'Broward, nd Francis row rd.MUDUilfCalVin NOTUJE l1e, :F b. 2, 183.>., 4w1NOTICE. Negro Cloth."greeni red; and white' Flann"1:

,& pecun ary pOint of view, but in the'int ro Reed" James Plummer indebted' by Note or bleach.d, leck' Itrlpe, laij1f
persons ambriol .
tse accomplillhed. and refined society. and Alexander 'V. Creighton. ALL are requeste maxe immedidte 1I0mespun., Calicoe., .t
S. who I.'duIy date l'.hall, apply to the Silkl, Gl ve., lIolli ry &4. &c.'
W UTESVILn-Mat hew 'IIi Philfps, s m.uel payment to Streett sq. 'Veekt after ) I

'Lawrence, the person who attacked the Yo" Garey, and Thomas J. Drown. authorized, to receive, eceipt for the SIX, the Judge ,or Duval, Countl E.tate, for orJOlIN ''IIARD\V'j An '

Piellident of the United States, with intent to ST.JOIIICS' BivJ'J'-M tthew Jinkins,John same. letters of Administra on on the ,Cooking', rlor,' and box Stove., Dr... I'and' '
Db. given. laId County.GEO.
murder, h ,been acquitted by a'jury,'on the Hou toD, and Lewi. Christopher. lIT No furthedndwgenc. JOn VARREN. MMY, 100te of FLEMING.Fleming' common .oir. Selts, LamP, Gun.. and broad Candle and '
ISAIAH D. .UART, BUcks Percu..lon. Caplt :
ground of.in8anity. '. Clerk Dunl County Court. Jacksonville, March 28. w1GA Island, St. Johnl'. April5. INOTIOE. nanow Ax.., Adze.latchetJi, IIlJ1m.rt and .,.. ,::

'vie underlltand tha..the publica on or'the VAR'XTEtheunderaigned Auger., Sho"l." Door.latchet, Duttl ,j
&C. & .
RAIL ROAD NOTICE. Screw., 4.'u
Savannah is s60n to be discon nued. ger.on board Indebted to the late concern J
Mercury ,
undenijtned,Commi.sionen,hereby this method ALL person. will pleue n ..!>.. f ,',
THE "" the .teamer }'Jorida, W ATaal 'u & PI.cXSTo-l
the Act "
nt to "
nr: The .mercury in ''our thermometer, Notice, that purlu OTate tM Etut Florida of returning our thanb to t Jlill, for the make yment on or before the in.t. or.uitWlll aofu, and Couchu, work, card, toilet and ,
entitled"In /let to i cond to ua while on commenced without,resped topersons. Table. Wuhltand., Looking Qt.- ,
kind and be dinlnJ ,
,wh ch iI on thenorth, side.of. the building, Road :" 'f! Feb ry14th gentlemanly : t taROCERIESI
Rail Compo appr : our from Savannah i.pla ; and M. K..PINCKSTON.'JacluonvlUe"Feb.15. .e., ed. ad., &c. &4.. "
frN circulation of air rose Books lor ''subscription to the pll.88&ge 8'' I
ud exposed to & 183.3, recommend with'pleuure I t to lnOVISIONS.Cotree .
will be o ned at Jacksonville; 'at the Plcolata.'Robt.'Taylor .'
at.l o'clock. lltock and
to 96 thi. day to St. -
store of l aiah.D. lIart,(on the let day of ger. travelling G. &teAlli.ter, ORANGE STICKS.O.SII Tea ldatand brown 8u ; 'DtJttlo I

'We learn from the Charleston Courier, May next, and contin ed open for thirty day., O. H Evan.;, R. Jelknap, will be paid for On. Jluodred Or- Cider, Chtmpalgn jClar t, fort, and Sh.rr1Win.

of 'the 26th ult. tbat the trial of II. M'EI. when they willb. db.ed.JIlMES A. B. Ua den, Kollock,. Sticb, of variou. .Ius, on d.livery .., Spice., 8oap I mp .Oil, Tobacco, I Inour
DELL D..r anll 11 11rork
I 'der )Iarcl 6. Ric. 'Com, rUot' {
took : W. oftlcelmmediawl1' ,
of Col. Charle.llubert, thll
Myers at
mom, for tbe murder ,JOSEPII B. L/lNC./lSTER, Codfiall Mackerel..i8alt" ."iab., rota-
in Columbia week before last, and Dol/.I1RT Wm..JI. Ho land,. J. ( rard,' Ii Iitoe"
piece IS.I1/1l11 Ao. i
Howard Malcolm, Ge Prouty.II. I FOn SALE.TUST .- Dutltr and ChuM, '
that the could not agree u'pon .tbeir STEPl1EX EDDY,
jury & ,
verdict and we ., cliscbarged on Saturday ,: ELlJIl'1 WILLI.I1MS, .'W. Andrew., recel.d per IChooner Oeor"hundred -ALSO:" IfDrug.
,oner' oded to jail, MILO K. P/NCKSTON, To Capt..IIW, Picola J Mary. from Charleston_.._,. one.. ....n.... ., Medicine. .nd PtlnurA "rt.IIor
nighL Tbe pri was rem buah.lI Qm.) W M. D.' .."vee.JacbonvUl. and Olan Wart. Boob 'anil

to await-his trial in October next.r. JOlIN'W.ri123 1835.RIClIARD.'Jack80nvi11eA '17STODART NOT'CA ., Feb. 18. St! Stationary Crockef1 a larl' u ortmeDt fit White,
L indebted the\lUbscr ber, Drab and DlacJ lIatl, Oap', IJooti aDd
MACOl'f, ((0..) Marcl, Winter ,still ,& CURRIER, ,81ther person.by Note or JCCQunt, are r.quel"d .- .. NE V GOODS. B ...toI.th.nv1th .. unet, w4; dler' arel. -

bDgers. On Monday mommg the ground to ..ttle the. w.v' ut delal; and Subscriber hu jUlt received fr ...
in tbe vicinity of l\lacon was eovered witb LITHOGRAPHERS, XfLOORUJIIC and EJGIUYJaJ.No.1 and: no eredi' wiD be give at .tore af\er the TilE rl.lt n, L (uU a.uortment ofENOUSII BL/.NCJ1 J D i.SUDER. :

mow and tbe ground In places 1igbtJyfroten. New York.' 10th ltfareh. lA.tD I. PIIILJrS.J&C JJND WEST INOI/J OOOOSlND Jacksonvill., Ju. 1, 1835.ttrN. .
A feW' peach trees were seen inblO88Om Wall-street, lOnviU.Marc13. i lOtI nid.
laSt week-though" four or five / OROCERIES, : n.-c slI J'8icf tor Contm. .

weekal4ter than usual in tI a latitude. NOTICE! NOllO whicJi will be IOld. at (air price. for cub orin Jlonu, Tallaw, D.n 8kJ.I; Fu. *f : et"U, I

Weeks from thi. date, I ahallapply to perlOlindtbwd e aubeeriber by.t1. nehan,. for Cotton,Furt, Jlid.., and the I.J Ora.e. reel, &c. 'JVI'I
SIX or DuvalCo ... LL of the eoulr1. .... n-R.
of'ommerce of the Count .Court led to make immewate comm n produce
The New York, l uma1 Judge o k or Note,are req 11. LIDBEY4Dlack ,
for letten of Admin ltra on on 1 be to CIIt.WI .
Our city is becoming"crowded ty, payment,or they .
8&- NOTIOE.Tut
E-tat. or LEYlJ( GUNBY, dee.ued. B. ROSS.JacklOnYilJ'"Feb.18. Creek, Feb. 13. Stff. ,
wuh strangers, chiefly merebarits, who are JAr-IES T. O'NEILL., i .rshlp"b.&of01'. uilU l
here for the purpose of bUJiItg 61'15NOTIOE. ettLA NOTIVE. .. the .11ba' rib.r.l1Dd" the inn
The teamboaU arrive fuU to the brim;and 'ApriI3,1835. perlOlll indebted to the .ubeeriber byI \VATERMA & rJ CK TON,. fa thia

the hotels are many of them oveHlowing." D AT ST. (ADLOI ALL or Note', are re uel d .to mak.J.'lDtnt day diMolved by.mUtnd. CII1 Dt. "

ArTER DATE, I .hall FOr. I by the 2i'AJ Jut. or '1 tI wmI AD iNVA1'. JUIAN
York :&Jercanti1 WEEKS I .... for c&ah. r neecJ without d lULU IC. rl K8T Y,
'Ve' leam (saye the New SIX the Judge of llueau County Sub.eriber ut q omm a1'
apply D. ,
TJlE I. ,
Adnrti er) fiom what we eonslder Court, for Jetter. of Adminiatra on, with the Nt'(1'OHt PI 'ace. ce'r-ham. 3'w3' Jac JQ.ti1J't J D. 19. .
th it Is determined atWuhington Eatate.of RENI BBU.RETl'E the (ollowing and for. Uve O JaeklOOvilJ..lan.15. .
good authority, WiD annexed, oath. bounded.. to th. abov, 'fino
to appoint Amos Kendall, deeeued. mock land 00 s, .,1'aId4 "Pablo Cre.k c1ellCripdou I'ri.tecl at ALL J'frson.1ncebted iuJMJu pal.
,, all cI 1DAk.
DAY.24th .
ROBT. r.qtMs .
the appointment follow., T II-OP
Poetmaster General and that BLANKS' authoii.wi
6w Ij North by"/I' r'. land, on .a' sbon potie.e.. m.nthe pb.criber, who I. dull
will Dot be delayed belond the 10thof -M 'Ch, 183.>. on the < CorneliusT.ylor I huinrcW
the Eu\ and 80" .or aAbo.lobVork In a,h d..m. ,.tll., t !Mtt1. the ..ID' All'pel'lOU fur
May. hiaproteNional ,,.. d and thirtthr ,- .m.pJ..tall 00 the ,ubecri1Mr
CIIARLES I10YT offen eontainiat and 011 nuonat.1. ..rn -' >4I.
the inha.bitantl ,. &ere't Of 'Pfly &0P mJ1.. 91 Lai&1 ..U1aaaeDUf 'j .
The ladie4 of the Bap ureb' in"Augusta Mmee. to ; or JU8t1eeDJ.ab-JH. : ..MILO K_ flNCK8TQN.

Georp, recentJt JWied by means of JacUonTiU, aDd otthU MCtiOIornorida. ES.DE -:)! ......& .: & !, attWJ I. : d !"j.-1"1 .
", ... .4'\4'. )aa .Jn.'U. :iI it t :
d41L' .
of Wi.for the of the u a SwrZun& ..4 PJy'I ,. : J ( ome.. n Jit i
a JP08e8 '- 't. .
.. -15tl J.qJO ,W.il. .
2) 1.EQ5
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.UL .tIN) PAT OS.-The} fleecy cJ u'ds'of morn [ERAL- ORDER. 1\1 A CON STEAMBOAT ,
: I S V,E r; L ; 0 us. TO THE PUBLIC.
., ing were now tinged with nature's richeStvermiJJibnthe I. COMPANY.

\' 4 .I 7iMERcki STO1A' sun was just lifting his ra TALLAHASSEE, v THE SUBSCRIBER, having
'" diant head above March 14th 1835. Southern Agriailturalis
the stately trees of the from
cEMEjnv-Mr.' Obadiab Porker Editor ita
a na- lat
BATON proprietor Mr.
1. forest-the feathered Ilandels of naturesang JOHNmi Governor and Corn John D.
4 r, \ vtivo of Neyfc Hampshire: and for many: forth their sweetest carols and the n.Chier of the Militia of the solicits the support of the friends of LI'

11 ,' : yearS past respectable. resident in Onondaga Territoi lorida,has constituted and ture, and of the' nterests Atticul
universe had borrowed the appointed connected
t county, in ,our state, and now in this wberi rob s'of May, flowing Executive'Staff:- THE above company take this 'method of throughout the Southern States. }\\'ith i'

1 city, has, after numerous experiments dis- walked Sylvia, more beautiful than" Diana- THOS. rif, to be Adjutant General ; ing the public that they have published this work for Mr. Legare f fe>)
: out feed fib
; .& ; v.ered: _a
from of h rd hECTOR IB.ADEl'fofLeon' and'EXCEL which boats to thus practically acquainted i '
Y 4lllll, t* DMM liquid mortar are run regu with the
ens in a few days ay eight or tenintoa j I The trade of tbe'port of Apalachicola, PEUR" AUTIEK,jr. Jackson, Aids-de- larly between Darien and Macon, leaving which it should be conducted. Its mod-pubil"1

solid substance or Btone, as impenetrable Florida, is increasing very rapidly. The Gzo. S. usa, Franklin, } Camp. Darien,once every week with two tow boats. tion will be continued on the same terms!
in the
S 1: almost as granite and susceptible of n 'amount Cotton exported last year was Gzo. E. gK, Escambia, The steamboats will draw only 26 inches or same manner as',heretofore with iTi

,! beautiful polish. it is 29,000 bafes and during the first t'Vol'' Andiall ereby required and ordered,thai water with two good engines in each, The improvements as his'experience rZ'
apparently, chiefly As the may su<
months ,of tbe Militjlficers of the have subscriber is .
", of calcareous present year the Territory, respect been at ,great expense to place solicitous to
a nature or like the hardest exports Journal make
the !
have already reached 30,000 bales. It is and obe m as luch.f this line of steamboats in the Ocmulgee and vehicle for dissemminating usdS!
kind of
marble. color be
V Any may given By l the Governor Altamalu information; not !
or and Command- and riverswould
) only
that respectfully solicit
supposed the
: : to it : and it not only;; defies, but actually whole exports of i the erinChtitia the lished systems' of regard to estab,
if.; of the : This
will be patronage public. line will husbandry, but
I year, 4o,000 bales. also
:f 4 :...aa.. acquires greater density and solidity,'and ,THOS. BROWN, be a great facility for merchants who wish to mental efforts in ,Agriculture and ex*,*,

If ., less brittleness, under the changes of the SILENCE. ''Adju Jen. of)'the Militia of Florida. ship thei goods by the way of Savannah or ture, he invites free and unrestricted Horded

; t. atmosphere. lie has 'obtained a series of -Study to be silent respecting -' Darien, to Hawkinsville Macon or in nida ion from all persons comm,

", I and Catskill built yourself. If you are eminent for any thing, ,i /rEKERAI.' pursuits. Let occupied: in the!
.. patents- at recently ta TAUT OFFICE, shipping Cotton to Savannah. Arrangements no one' imagine that
i J< ,a specimen, the wall of a small edifice Jet others fina it out, and speak your praise. ,,.hasre1March 14, 1833. j hap been made to forward cotton or facts or isolated experiments are too solitary

.eight feet high, which in eight, days-re- The utmost you can say of yourself will uty rf the Adjutant Gene to voods wit out detention between Savannah be 'communicated. All systematic trivial t to

calling; tn. mind the fable of Medusa-was ha\'e but'ittle' eff'ecL. for- -n/\- ,,;iii/lfrmonfr"-a"--- nr. p" thA War Department'number and Darieh. edge is b't the aR'ren-ate j' hn..I_ _knowl- .'
; perfectly 1ttrijitd, with its door windows, character''will' ,be formed by people oi or ef ve juuua within inis i emipry, No exertion or expense will be spared togive lars ; andSclenc\ m.0---. every department."UJeparucu
,&.c., all of which is testified to by the own. sense, from what you pretend. the enjal tie quota of Arms authorised the greatest despatch to goods or cottonsbipped.bJ brought to perfection,not through the instru.
to said
"Atory, be furnished mentality a
which this line. 1 of
; may single
er to us and exrraordinary
personally;' by the certificate mind
bV but
cannot e until the by
i NEW effective contribution
A of the judges of the and the CHARACTER.certain'LOrd,who strength Agents for the above boats t of particulars by
coimty, prin ofthe Mi! I tnade known. It i is ordered individualsu man,
,, cipal citizens' of tho place; ft is' Impossi with was confirmed Foote in habits inebriety,sitting and diiectjhetefore, that theMilitia Offi. L. BALDWIN & CO. Savannah.J. many years, he ,is generally desirous,after therefore the rap,e ;lit

r- I ble to foresee the consequences of'such a previous to a .rnasqueradi cers thro ut the Territory, as early as GODDARD &Co. Macon. as many facts to record as can be' to hay
night asked
discovery.. It surpasses, without doubt, die,wit MVhat newcharac/ practicalGeneral ake out and forward a roster to MITCH' & COLLINS, Darien. and from the planter, who is furnished;
f all other cements ;,and the material, is so ter should appear in ?" "New chara Brigadier era] Call, of Tallahassee,to be J. E. & B. DxtEito' Charleston. his experimental labors,, an systematic in
that ter! fejoined Foot, ."suM>ose Loi condense* 1 L submitted D.ec. 1634. failures as well account of hi,
cheap, entire houses, of,any shape or. my to the Adjutant 1 a his .successful ,efforts
/ dmflnhl; ; you'r.. this be acceptable-the will]
fnrtiffcntlons., canals. aQuedUcts Iivhity' necessary information, so last are worthy of

&c. may thus be huilt up in a "e\V ; importan e Territory nf F1rtri 1n.. mav ",,, TIlE- a rPIAf. PACT- -{- -'Ii1'1'- recorded. that they fnnv VIA imit < : S days, which would utterly supersede brick is a debt which every person has sent to th r Department. 'F.i..ORIDA. snouia oe noted in order to be n shunned.-- y unL

and stone, and effect complete revolution a right to exact ,A civil question merits 'By ordi the Governor and Commandezin.Chi .' The subscriber hopes that: this appeal to his

in architecture. a civi' answer. If a poor man bow THOS. BROWN, fellow citizens of the South, will
lat will not art im to you not be in
yet 14 vain.
itate in the street it is ljutant Gen. Florida Militia. : It would be a reproach to
and accomplish.-[N. Y. Star. other rise he your duty to notice it- ,. .. to meet the fate of the Southern our Planter
proves that he has better Review. 0'
TR the last
than UREIl'S NOTICE. may be justly said that it
manners have. ,
.you suf
: AMERzci.xcILR.-naw silk, ,says tho CAPT. R. A. ;HILL, fered to fall,when it was not only rearing for

Burlington Free Press, has been produced The Collector of the ASURER'S OFFICE, ) WILL run once a week from Savannah us a well merited fame*as 7a literary'people .
this in Mansfield port of Norfolk, Ta see; March 8th,:1835. ) Picolata, but it was also vindicating .. "
year Connecticut, to the gives'notice to Mariners that from YanAuctiope touching at Darien,' St. its from Southern J hab
21st the
J amount of over' $60,000., The after! the 20th I B assed November, 1821), it Mary's, Jacksonville and Mandarin.. unjust aspersions which have
of March
( been
ounty last i. li
a floating ed that all Bonds executed so. eraJy] ,bestowed
Windham, Ct produces five tons of silk light will bo stationed by WILLIAM DUNCAN section upon,us out of our
off Windmill Point, tall be forwarded by the Judge of country. The '" Southern
"annually, valued at $500,000, and'if reeled, at tho mouth of the Rappahannock 'river of the C Court to the Treasurer of the Agent at Savannah. culturalist" in some measure ] Agri.

would be worth' double'that 'sum. The to exhibit one stationary light/ ,I Territoryshall orida; and thatall Auctioneers January 1, 1835. 1 plane of the ,Southern Review,supplies BO far the.

same pl1 r'Scemst, ',think, the cultivation qua in each year commencing on gards circumstances last ,alluded' as re
to. It
I of silk in Vermont would prove full as, if 11 curse the hoyr that we were married 'I the 1st of ary, transmit to the Treasurer DESIRABLE- MILL PROPERTY'' serves as a Register not only'of methods of
hot more valuable! tl1lu1'Vool ; and adds, exclaimed the enraged husband to his bet: under oat ten!! before some Judge, a copy FOR SALE. Husbandry, but also of facts relating to our
that the,Yankees\ by their ter half of all sale ted: by him, with the system of Slavery. The ,
}ingenuity, have ; to which she, lef'lied- amount Subscriber subjects of the deci.
mildly ( ,
.made and at wi THE or sal his Saw- pline the ,
and ,
more improvements in Don' ne place and for treatment the
the dear whom i characters
4 raising of { my, ,Tor,that,was the only hapnv the same together with the improvements Slaves of our
worms and (made. Now all ,, are, fairly suited
simplification Auctioneers to its
machinery for one we have ', and four hundred and
,- ...........11-, __.I __. '" _, ever seen. are reauir take notice of said law and seventy acres of Land, constitute topics as pages,
and ... interesting ana
IIIIS lUlU IIJllnuractunng Silk, in attached thereto. the D'1'PRt..P *t .o I' ...!.1 Jht. important t
tA1 than contorm Kfi suits! upon their iionas as'any whIch can .. .... ...... ._ __ _, ___ _
years: Europe in five.en urics. ,'The NEW CATHOLIC CowvEjrr.-The Church be institnti Judges of the must abounds in supe'riorl ;-P timber i ::: tentionor the-- --- -.n.6""'" U & uur own It-
tRi ; seed!,is cheap, and.be advises every farm of Rome has appropriated $60,000 for the are reque without delay County to forward: Courts there are about forty acres cleared and en feel a'legitimate attention interest of in,those, abroad, who

tZ er to sow an ounce of it jn'the spring:. A establishment of a Catholic Convent at properly clod and approved, the Bonds of, closed" the improvements' consist of a large The subscriber begs leave our in concerns.
frame ,
society has been :formed id" Hartford, Ct. Iiertr nd, Michigan.- Auctfeneef their possession.CHARLES. Dwelling House, nearly- new, and to remark, that if he had undertaken ,
to introduce had suitable out buildings.. The Mill is to
extend of continue
( the, knowledge of AUSTIN water th<
; worms silk manufactures&c. ., the growth. of the To CUR* THE 'TOOTH4CBE.-Take a Trans of the Territory of Florida., but power one, was has built been,put to carry in'operation.two saws,1 though second most moved probably from ) ,would, have been Periodical either,,it.,

mouthful cold spring water, and set bn 14 saw and small)) our city, or been suspended
a Grist
.; A mechanic in Northampton.l\lnssRchu.\ the stove till it boils.' DRY { Mill, could, at an Inconsiderable Whetherjt will]] be jn his power continue !it,
baa qdS/GROCERIES .fee. expense advantageously will depend '
invented a most ingenious ; in put not'only on the Pecuniary but
for reeling, spinning machine THE SI iber has on hand, and offers operation., The above property is situated i the Literary Contributions of Southern- lan.
or NEW Black 1
twisting silk GOODS. on Creek, two miles below
ii1; sala ters.. He
reasonable ferry
i applicable terms the follow ; confidently leaves
to domestic now this
purposes, and to Subscriber has and twelve from St. John's River in matter
-horse THE for sale the following ing articles ; the Mill their hands ] full
andVater.power.. stands feeling a assurance that
-- Courier of of merchandise. immediately on the bank of the Creek. there is
that town this & ./.1W, GOODS.' A further wanting on the'part of'our Planters
MBy ,
says machine
the Superior description is deemed
} from neither
GO to the
$4 :Broad IAI ,
unnecessary liberality
silk Is : Sattinetts nor mental
separated from the $5 50 Negro Cloths as energies nee<
wishing to
cocoon and per pair. purchase
made can examine to sustain
white cessary
J// into vf eluw Flannels; bleached and for Southern Agriculture .
silk A themselves
threads of size good quality Negro cloth by calling the
any wanted 1-20. on subscriber ; ,
spun 3r pr yd. brown C striped and A. E. MILLER Publisher..
} Irish Linen plaid the
: doubjfljnd. twisted from GOo to Homespuns. residing on premises.
i ,placed,on quills reeled $1.00. CalicoesGinghan > Charleston S. C
Best Icij Gloves Linens If the Dec. 1, 1834;
Importedsfardbrics above'mentioned
wbrod plaid ,
or into balls, by one' and the Homespuns 7 yds.'for $1.00, property is not diSposed Persons
same 3-4 oflome Silk Hdk'fs. Bomba- of the desirous of
operation-ready made into twist puns unbleached lOc 'per yard rettes by of August next, it. will to W. subscribing can appl
or sewing
Oznurjs, Burlaps&chARD WILLIAMS
then be
silk, or for coloring and'weaving. The Superior fancy stripes 183-4c. leased,for one or two years. office. ,,. Savannah, or at this
Silk '
h'dkfs from ARE AND 8TilE
_. ..occupied_ by the_ machine only a- 4-4 unbleached Shirtin.. rt Ijirnna dtpRtiIic J. BROWN. -
'-u .. .1..... u h1 I ,) Axes. Ad%...
110m Dve leet nom the'cocoon to the ., the -- -- --a 1'1"''yIIl'U oy Black Creek, Feb 2. BOSTON PEARL .
c m. piece, or G y'ds for one dollar retail Extent AT s, .uoor uoiu, Knob .LAtcnes AND LITZIU
pletion into silk finished.! "' Shirting bleached from 13o by Scr Brass Knobs Hoes Sad _GAZETTE. 'Vn1nm.. .. ."" ..1._
to 25c ] Irons, -' --- v-
Fancy:drew and furniture calicoes pr Pad-Till hest-Trunk-Gun-Closet- FOR SALE. > Published every week;by

t, bachelor> who) was some what stricken I 13o to 25o per yard by the piece from Brass nor id-Knob and Mortice Locks A FEW thousand Seed Cane.: ISAAC C. PRAY.'

1vith' years, had' been for some time nan Sattinetts from 811.20 to $1 25, superfine. Knob Lat i; Powder Flasks Pocket Steelyards -, 1 M. K. P1NCKSTON. The work will]] ,be published weekly, each

,. ored with one of the maiden sisterhood,. Superfine cloth$,j 50 per yard, ,' Be sys and Screw., Chest Hinges, Jan. 22. 0 < 4tf number containingeight large 'quarto pagi .

4. 1 but could ,not.muster" courage- enough to White and red flannels from 371.2cto Cork Sc i. ,Hand and cross cut Saws -equal to sixty duodecimo pagesof miscel-
7 V 02 l-2o Knives:a orb ,Brittania GREAT l ll.neous and original
'pop the question.! One I morning he. per! yard" -Plated Table NATIONAL WORK. matter, printed on supe.

resolved to make: the attempt lie was' I Bed tickings from'183-4c to 25c per yard, and Tea 8na,, Iron Squares} Pocket Com AMERICAN MAGAZINE handsome rior white paper, with perfectly wtype.-A'

'" ac Musquito netting, good passes I lug Knives, Braces title 'page-and correct index will
cordingly' quality $125 Socket
went to the' house Ofusfful and
knocked pr p. Entertaining be furnished ,
at and
be the
,the door ALSO < tLJledQe, to il. work at the end of the
and his : lustrated
lovely Dulcinia made her A ,by numerous year, will form
: good assortment of fancy belt ribbands- CROC tIES &, Engravings.: an excellently printed volume
? ,appearance. After a mutual nod the shirt buttons PROVISIONS.,, BY TIlE of four hundred
I fol- silk BOSTONBEWICK and sixteen
.lowing laconIc -sewing silk-ball and Coffee, a, Loaf and Brown Sugars COMPANY. three pages.,. equal to

J" :want to dialoguoensued i Do you spool tb.re.ad! -writing paper-superior do.... Champai Maderia-Claret Port and THE success which has attended the pub. thousand'duodecimo pages.
change 'your c nulition: ladies white hose The volume will contain
I Nor I ? No' f -horn and wood 'combs- Malaga V e i, Spices, N. E. Rum, Ameri- of the best Magazines from the of twenty-six piec
?; bachelor neuher.concluded And the,turning about, nUr and ,cotton'of Umbrellas-and a good a..orninent .- can Gin, land Gin, Brandy. Soap,Tabac: suing English periodical Press has led to preparations. for is one'music hundred for the of common Piano, Forte sheet'music'whii, &c. equal to
Conversation co, Flour Rice
with orn, Pilot Bread mor
;.: -' Thanic- heaven I've AND Crackers ; Butter to the wants and particularly adapted could not be ,purchased"eparately
got that load off DRUGS MEDICIJfES.OThe aef. Pork, Codfish, 'Mackerel taste of the American leIS
\'IOV'stoni ch.'. t Butter L lic. While it will be pub than five dollars; ,and the publisher ta deter.
Cheese the
: above Figs Almond. object of the ,
I articles are'of'the Rai. mined
beit pro
. r "t -- .- ty, and will be sold for quali- sons, Ap : Hams, Bologna Sausages prietors to make the work strictly what its to procure!ths simple rather than the
a I
advance complex and difficult.
VARIOUS Seer cash for Onions &C. title indicates, it will ,
S or THE UNITED' STATES. or produce. nevertheless,, contain I "
,The number' Catholics in the United JOHN 'V. -ALSO- all articles interest to its patrons.which Although the"publisher places 'no dept'ndance -
i' States la RICHARD. Drugs'Medicinell i appear in foreign Magazines. L whatever, m the support of it,as a lit erary -
computed.,at 500000. or a 28th Jacksonville, Jan. 22. 4tf I nd Glasa ..A Powder, Paints' A Crockery Mv* +Aaiwtt vtpana fii tion. h.. paper. from ItS enO'J'Il'nn... ".. ............,,11
CUu, ur : ., *%i Q.I_ G It A AUoota h..n.. ";;"A.u.J,
3T41 I : "j-r ; at 2,743,453 popuJati n y *fv : v immjBaptists *+ andreat variety- ,of---articles---.J .to--nu-'" into, both:with.'Artists and-- --Authors- "to" "''nq ftir-: belie nt d occasionally i plates from copper

LNI pal ; Methodist Epiaco.. NOTICE. merous to Litton. nish, from all parts of the Union drawings of teautjful :jwprkmanship and tzi- ,

: 2,600,000; Presbyterian, 1,800,000 persons : and illustrations nf ish. Already have' appeared.' ,beautiful
11 Congregational ; ALL axe hereby ,notified that I. HARDY IJL PHILIPS. every subject of interest
J411 1, 00,000 ; Protestant E. & to the Act of Congress of pur. N. B_< which the,publishers confidently engraved portrait of James Fenimore.Coop,
March for believe "
piacopnl 600,000 Universalists 2d, 1831 entitled u paid Cotton, Hides, Deer enable them will execute4 on steel and ',
1 ; 500,000. 'tAn Act to provide for Skins Tal Furs to issue a work honorable chaste vignette,title
The Beeswax to its
above estimata' is the punishment oflences Moss, Deer title and page. engraved on copper/.
not probably very committed in Horns &c acceptable to the American .. ,
j1 ", exact but elicit ting, destroying cut: II. II. P. The American People. Its contents will,be,various and"
may a better one from the or: removing Live Oak'and Magazine is spirited, U

parties, interested other Timber" :or trees reserved for naval. Jacksonvjan., 15, 1835. 3tf monthly-each humber containing published between there' will be general record of.Occurre .

purposes. Positive; proof will forty and fifty imperial octavo ces'Stati.tics Obituary notices ic.- &c. in'
I of all required SVQAGRHA MILL, FOR DOLLARS pages, at Two addition'to the '
THUS persona SALE. alei.eendssaav.TraY;
: or GIRLS.-When shipping such Timber, that the pertnnum, payable in advance. ; ; -

I President visited Lowell ,, the the same has not been cut from lands the proper. A iBiRGAIN is offered, in the It comprises-Portraits, and Biographical tIling, Literary- Fugitive and Historic.

ii ,informed us that newspapers ty of the United States, or from lands : .1'). ot3NeiSugat Mill, from West Sketches distinguished American. Sketch.-Diograpby; tiy&eWking i aD
the mills
'1 ? poured forth which'the Timber has on Point Found.j of Public ; Views elegant paper! for the
three miles ofgirls' been reserved for of Centre Roller Building., Monuments parlor, for the lover
to receive na and im. of
him.-We val ; two feet two al lalf polite literature _
I aw their names purposes.' JAMES DELL, a inches,and two outer provements; Landscape scenery-the bound, as contribution will beseemed
J Printers' yesterday in the State Collector. ones, one foot In and fine-fourth inches. less variety and beauty of which from some,of the most popular,An-
office .
t th"6"" ..,.. ....:.,.:attached. ___ _.to_a. petition to January 1,1635. tf 9 with Iron coc4. in\s' &c, aa also a set of country, will form an unceasing source of this intniitinn rican' authors.
"U1J; IU ", I me Kettlel from _. mnA The ,work will be .
License note FoundrV'
I Law. -r .In _c.i. :I gratification.: EnlPl'nln__ printed as well,and con
---- h x
They were written in double} columns, NOTICE known by n&u tna Carran' 'uau"waras descriptions of the character---eo--, habits'0405&UU tain &I'mucl readin"-"., maU..r.---.-. ._w. "An' -J:" ,...imnn....... .

It. and occupied twice yards and CI ?iatfof let- A LL person treapassing the ranted and \pr( niyieable Idth Capacity Birds, Beasts, Fishes, and Insects, ,,&c. of quarto paper now published m the Unit
i : tel paper.[Boston /t? otfle of the id Kettle with together ; and it can and '
,', ....,, paper. subscriber, formerly owned U three hundred every subject connected with'the Geo the safely truly be called
by Willing
r B. ROM : gallons, andaixty graphy cheapest journal of the kind'
.f and situated on Six Mile portioned, or graduated to History, Natural and Artificial .
Creek in resources .
ALaAsoziAaz.tMA3-Tbe' editor of the the Territory of East Florida, shall be gallons -tog four to .the set; all oi of the country,illustrated in a familiar is -Three dollars per annum, 'a* tb.

Exeter News Letter says he joins with according to law. dealt which with ,( era} Vats, and a Cistern to and popular manner paper firmly established be paid in ad-

(heartily the very contain thirty gaheada of Boston Bewick vance. Two dollars ,for fix months to1)be'.
Temperance Syrup, will be. ,
*reform, 'and uJ9HN YOUMANS. Company, paid in
Vr disposed of No. advance
goes the :whole for entire abstinence, from Jacksonville, S. IwlO iftwentyfive died for inertly, for at least 47, Court Street. Boston ; .
Ardent pei nt below coat ttjr: Editors 1834. J
spirits. He: rejects cider too. A line of Newspapers
be dirtc to E. B. throughout the
cause it makes the WINDOW SASHES COX, on Sidon United States, who will publish
J bead ache Plantation the
; strong beer different Me oah County, Georgia Prospectus, and foregoing JOHN A. SILLO WAY,.
because lie dislikes aizes (aa I notice the
it and OF Manager) content of
; constantly for ) will 'the
wine because sale attended to. Real Estate and JtferfJUiufcu
', |t is too expensive for( editors. 'D, JOSIAH FOGG. March 12. Magazine from time to time. ,shall be entitled :. Ereier, Jft.i
the Ez
4wlltl to first '
JukaonvUIe, January 28. I _, volume a"lt-mfd, BH**, Mass

1. A learned schoolmaster beinglntf'rrogra SrI'TPSIIOEMAKEUS. & ICE. Any person remitting the Agent, 'by mail. WILL attend to the selling and buvi Df'

post paid, Ten ,, f 'Jn of jh..
ted Dollars UUi part
by Tone of his pupils ropeciing the ALL Person* ,bted to the aubaeriben shall receive six United States., every
copies for one and People desirous 'o( ,
Wquested JDigrat-
the GOOD year- continued
i etymology word Shoemak .k !
syntax, repln-dafter) A hit busmen r who will attend to to account, are re.the as the money U regularly forwarded.aa lour log from one put of the Union to tnoTb..
some considTation
that it,rvceired its and be indastriou, would I and same without delay; ", A liberal can always receive information
be.conitanUV no credit price will be paid for 111
'meaning from the circumstance of the employed; and receive t 'be given at their store and well appropriate applying at 1*office.
ancients rood ifterthehstojl : written articles, or He wjll receive t>rder(
having laid a tax upon *- pay by atablinhing hunaelf this place. ruarr. : trative of national drawings ftiu*.-for various tds of Merchandize delinre4
Jacksonville Jan. 15. ji(I] NCHARD & subjects,
RIDER poecetaing in.
> 3 terest. any part C.he ,Union Com
\ : Jacksonville Subscriptions received "i mii *\ L'Ds
: I uary 84th, 1835. this office,
5tf addressed
-" Dec. 25, 18W. to aim will he promptly &ttude4
to. ,
J u.l,18K.:


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