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: May 14, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 09263722
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System ID: UF00028424:00030
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I 111I (; 'CO17ItIrE. \' 1't": '* tUBLISHSD. Bf AUTHORITY. eceiisary, andto' dismiss the same at collect such tolls and fees as they ma y] election 1 or d Retort oft said corporation J I

g i '-OBtlSHEn<< : :OSCE: A WEEKBt! : :' LAWS'OF |ury, to prescribe their',duties and to from time to time establish, so long as Bait d and shad' certify under their hands the, \1't 1 ,
& I Iit. \11 /security// for. the futhful erforrn- havigation shall be kept in sufficient once r names of those < elected \
iJef"Ala I ;CURRIER .' -; icethereof. persons d.uly and fit. : :
.J11 l fbr the transportation in boats
:' THE as aforgsahdand :;; deliver river the subscription books to the \
payable jeer Jl .TERRITORY OF :EI 1I1IDA Sec.|Iii. Be it further enacted<< That the all, produce, goods, "merchandise,, said directors ; and the time and place of !
pe dvsnce.Single taPers, 12 : : said company shall have the right to con boats and 'other articles or things which I holding.tho first directors shall I
"sESUON meeting of
timm Lertisements inserted,, and. >- A'..,fCIf.AKD HELD AT THE CITY 01 TALLAHASSEE struct a canal for the transportation of may be transported or conveyed upon said be fixed;, by the said persona named in the ;
'advertising, ori' oodS'produceand all articles whatsoever, canal, shall be liable for the tolls and I
the K for yearly 5th'AND fie! Bra\ section of this act or a majority of ,
lilt : t "" any point at the head of navigationat for which they I,are'respectivelycharges.ble tliciif thet'tlirectors
: his. s, ..wcommunications ENDED: SATURDAY,'FEBRUARY l4h, 1835. Lake Wimico to such of the ; juid chosenat(i such l
ial i py.iS8BQ Jo.i "'' pOint Bay f | meeting, or at the annual elections of saidcorporation t
lOt; II' '.E.W1LLUMr: Edito JOHN H. EATON, Govemor.EoaOEsK.WALKERSec.ofthe of St.' Joseph's as may be most( suitable, See; 11. Be it farther enacted, 'I That 'In shall as 'be after I':t
.tic L-postage! W ,in all cast,; t bd. ; : Territory. ,.ndconvePlent for a harbor,; and,,may, for case of the refusal or neglect to m I pay toll, out of may their own, number every I ,
It, .# this, have, exercise free and unin at the time of Present .
,L ; If. /onyARaLN; President of the'Council.: purpose offering to pass through said a ; and incase of the death, resignation
stru 'AfiEIfTS i'OR THE C00 terrupted, but, not ,exclusive control over canal, and previous to passingthrough the or removal of the President, or
,bu FLORIDA.kasAdar :' ,r any waters connecting the said Lake same, the collector of tolls nay lawfully
H 1828. [No..'v.] Jin a an any director such 'Vacancy vacancies, ;
,ran ... 'n l '. ad..j | rata lbaaSt J tF', .and Wimico with the said Bay of St. Joseph's, refuse.passage ; and if boat or vessel Gould'J111S may be fiUt for the remainder of tho
e ohav tJa: =E' A: Co 6Iu .(,.'r ..:'t.' ,, Chipofa Canal ,Comp !J. and also of 'the waters, creckvifid rivedischarging Without payingthe.toll, then the ,coltor wherein they hayh.ppeu.} by thee sold

lIed y 1DMnnille-S. Elh Garr'i h s eq., Esq.. 11L"spring f.!tGEOdGI.IJ. 'Be it enacted by the Governor, and Legislative Lake Wimico themselves! of intoeithe St. ,the,stir : .and other 'officer; may pursue; and board pfdirectors,, or a major-jyof*? i;nnand } "
,ci j GrO'De-J. : or Bay Joseph' ? seize such boat or vessel whcrevir 'found, in case of the absence of the President ,
hi Council of the Territory. ,of Florida Sect:' 6. Be it further 'enacteJ: That \In at any time within two days, and sell the the said board of directors '" s'majority, '
wilouf. MarY'-A.,Doolittle Esqf tl'. M., That an act entitled, !"An, act to incor- accomplishing the 'object forJhich sari same at public auction for ready money, so them, may appoint a President, of temp: "
.JrannaA:'-S. Philbrick, Esq4lawnEdmund I porate a company to be called.the St. Andrew's company is incorporated, it \ much of which as'' is 'necessary, shall be' who shall have such power and functions t pro ,.
| Russ l1. and' Chipola Canal Company" for the.said the Pesident and towards said t
by toll
Inhi \ company, applied paying and all as the by-laws of the said corporation m :
passed, February! 3d/lai and approved, Directors thereof, or jheir properly/ author expenses"of [From Hoods Comic..I nnua1']] February 10th, :1833 H{hereby revived, ised agent, to enter upon and 'ake posses. lance, if any, shall be paid to the owners, or Sec. 4. ,Bo it further enacted,, 'That'ln'' :, ,1
A,LAY OF REAL LIt'E.! and shaH continue force for the space of son of lands whatsoevrj* whether masterof vessel I ooat' or f
to .. tI any ; any fiats passing rise it filiould happen' that an election,of '
I Some are born with, wooden spoons i in three years from and after'the:passage of covered with water or not, Wfieh may be or attempting to' pass through'' said canaL directors should not be made on the day, ., 't';
Lr mouths,' and some wit h a. golden la- this act., necessary to the; prosecution rid completion and likewise the boat,'vessel,,,or Bet Itself, when pursuant to this act it ought to have j
For [."_[Goldsniith. "I -i Passed; Feb. 10th, 1835. of the works contemplatdln) this act, shall severally bo,liable to the payment of been made, the Raid corporation Ih"lIl1ot,
,deas ['Some are born with I tin a'tings. in*their I t Approved, Feb. 14th, 1835.' or whereupon it may be necesary td open any penalty, and likewise to all dtmages for that cause, dissolved, but such flee.

[ses,and 'some with silver't bnes. '-[Silveriith. CHAP.29.vNo.vr. act. any canal, or 'construct any did, embank. which may accrue in consequence of the lion,may lo held ut any other, time,and the -
IveIQI : ":'t J' > [ .] Jin to incorporate ment, lock or' other fixtures, intended or violation' of any, of the provisions of this directors fur f rho f time being sJ ftll hold their j
Who ruined me ere I,was born,. a Company to be called the, Lake frimieo implied by this act:Provicd, that no act, or of the rules and'regulations of the office 'until now ones.shall haw been chosen "
Tin.- 'Und and,. St.-Joseph's Canal Company. lands, owned by private itiditduals, shall President and Directors, duly hinds and .. in their places.
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n.reo Sold every the acre, grass heir fort torn ?; < ,Be' it'enacted by the Governor and Legislative be taken for said purpose without adequate published, regulating the said canal, :the Sec.,5. Be it' further ,enacted, ,and it is! '
reoII left next Council of the Territory of florida compensation. )t- navigation thereof or the collection of tolls hereby declared, That the objects .
IIo e :My ;Grandfather.! 'That Robert' Beveridge, Edwin J. Sec. 7. Be it further cn.-cted: That it thereon. f poses of this incorporation and to which .

said' war/I no nurse, Harditl, J. C. Macla ; D. Bulloch, shall be lawful for the Present and Directors Sec.,19.. Bo !It further enacted, That, it their powers are'to bo restricted as afore .. ]
aror Who my"mother worse E. Thom, David Webster, Wm. G. Por- of said company, or/teir// properly shall not be lawful for said company to ask, said,'are the manufacture 'of Cotton, Wool, t., t
'j.ur oral And physicked me, and ijnade me' ; ter, \Penney, R. C.'AdamsVrn.. authorised agent, to' any land demand, sue for and receive :any mm or and other materials, into thrrnd yaro.t or
Jd Till infancy.became a cu rse f D. Price; Cyrus Dykman, J. G; Floyd, H.; most convenient to takoifDn. all times, sums of money for toll, upon any propertyof clotlr' or other manufactures of like char '
, )''M3' Grandmother.Who I Hawley,' O. C. 'Raymond, James Black, such' timber, stone, materials the United States, or make any charge acter,ind tho building and erection of works
I .Thomus Bertram, John' Jenkins, Oren as may be necessary toitho construction whatever ogainst persons in,the service of and machinery necessary to 'carry on the t
10 left me;'in my seve nth year, Marsh, James Y. Smith,'.George S. Hawkins of and keeping,in 're/par/ said" works the same' upon 'public business, but the operations of such manufactory. t

A comfort to my mother[dear, John, D; ,Roland,, and,.James .Evans and improvements : 'Providd, that noth said'canal shall bo and forever>remain a Sec. C. Bo it further enacted, That the
D, And Mr. Pope, the auctioneer l' are hereby; created a company to be called ing belonging to I private/lntviduals'shall public highway for the use'of the govern directors the,'said tompanyehalJ settle's .

tot t, 1 Imp Father... the ",Lake'Wimico: and St. Joseph's Canal be taken without adequate compensation. ment or the United States. the books and accounts of said corporation "'"' '' '
. 1,Company," and( ,that said company is Sec. 8. Be it ,further cactedThat Sec.\13. Be it further enacted, That if at least once a year, and submit a (detailed '-,
o.J.J. Who let me starve to bu'y her gin, hereby made a:corporation, by the name whenever shall beco/me/ kessanr for any person shall willfully do, or cause to .statement of the transactions and nfluira ;. "
J.I I, Till all my bones came [through my eking: and style aforesaid, and by that name shall said company to take'jtosscf ion, 'of and be done any injury to' said canol,or any of thereof to:the, tockholder* at their annual 'i'' ,
III Then called.me'" pgly little sin ?" : be capable inlaw to purchase, receive, en- use'any land, timber, stoner, < other mate- the works nppemfant or attached,I thereto, meeting; nnd ucclare such dividend of the
'a Mother. joy and retain to themselves,and their successors rials, owned by private indivfuala, for the or shall in any wise impede or obstruct the actual "profits thereof, as the condition of I
I t Iy- lands tenements goods, chatties route and site of said works r for the construction navigation ofthe''same,'Bitch person, so'0- the said company ,may justify ; and the
,I Who said my mother wiajiv' Turk ,- and.efl cts'ot every kind soever, so far: as : .and keeping in r repr/ the same; fending shall be liable to be' indicted andon stockholders shall have power 'to make. i

i, And look me home,aria made me work, the same may bo necessary fur carrying on or any part thereof/arfil parties do not conviction Unroof' to-b-punished'' by such by-law for: the government_ or the .... ....:' 1 \
, But managed half meals to shirk? the contemplated work, and the same to agree upon'the value of dt sane \\it shall fine and imprisonment, and in',all such said company, a* they may deem proper,. ,1'}} l;''
my grant, sell,-mortgage and dispose of to sue and may be lawful for, Preadent and prosecutions any' officer or stockholder !not inconsistent with this charter or. the ,-,:V--,: .4 + .
lHy Aunt. and be sued, plead and be impleadcd, to Directors said company, their proper. shall! be deemed a competent witness. law of the Territory of Florida :3 ", i

Who of all earthly tbJtigs": would boast, make a common seal, and to 'Iy authorised agent,-to'a|' to the judge Sec. 14. Be it further enacted, That this Sec. 7. Be it further enacted,'That each t l ,
, 04 the'imst break or alter the same ; to ordain, establish } of the county court of the mtj in which charter shall be forfeited unless ;he' work share of tho,capital stock I of said company .'
hated others' brats
He and put in execution such bylawsand said lands, timber, stone, other maters, contemplated be bona fide commenced shall be entitled to one'vole' on all question I ;,
And therefore: made: me feel my post? regulations as'may be deemed neces- ala fie, for a writ of ad qu damnum, directed within two years, and completed in five to be decided by tho stockholder and ,all' ,

My Uncle., sary and expedient for the government of to> the marshnll, she or other officer years.Passed elections. m ,1
i said corporation) not being, contrary to the ofl,? id county! pro; 1 qualified, to Feb. 11th 1835. Sec. 8. Be it further enacted That' ;this \, f. ,
Who got in scrapes an endless score,, I laws and constitution of the United States, summon five disinterested rsons of lawful 'Approved, Feb. 14th, 1835. act shah remain in force for the, term, of, .' I .:
And always laid them at my door", or of the laws of this Territory. age {and house keepe to meet and S _. fifty year from and after its passage. .; ", ,
!.Till'many a bitter hang I bore ? .. "Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the value the said 'property or ath, to be ad CU .830. [No. vii.] An act'to'incorporate Passed, Feb. hum; 1835.: *' ,; ,

x My Cousin. capital l stock of said company,shall be two min ste "ed to them by the dge, marshull), the Jacambia Manufacturing, Com Approved. Feb. 14th, 1835,t .'"," ,
hundred and fifty thousand dollars, with sheriff, ,or other officer mtnoning' the pany.- ''
Who took me home when mother' :died', the privilege{ increasing the same to five same, whose duty it shall to attend said Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governorand Culp, 631. (No. ,vnij] An acne 'amend '\ l .

Again with father" reside, hundred thousand dollars, to be divided inquest in person and eec e i their report, Legislative Council of the Territory of an act, entitled, Jin act, to incorporate "
Black shoes,clean knives,run far and 1 wide? into shares of one hundred dollars ,each ; and also receive from th President' and Florida, That Joseph Forsytb, A. P.Simp- the tvbicriberi to the Union Hank of
My Stepmoth\ subscription books shall Ira opened, at Directors of said compan or their agent, son, Ezekiel E., Simpson, ,Geo.: Willis, Florida. \ r

, .such'places and times, ,and. under the superintendence the sum or sums of mot adjudged by Henry Ahrens, and such other person* as Sec, 1. Bo it enacted by the' Governor rand
Who marred my stealthy urchin joys, of such persons as the aforesaid said report, and to' pay o the same'' to may become associated with them, shall Legislative Council of the Territoryof
And when I played,cried," What a noise I" 'company, or Inaortyoftbem! shall the person or persons autl sed to reqeive be, and are hereby ordained, constituted Florida, that so much ,of the 16th see, '
Girls always hector boys-i' direct,'end that- the said instalments shall it 'And to take an acquita or the same ; and declared to bo a'"'body corporate andpolitic of the above recited act as directs that no ; '
over ; be paid in as the. said company,shall deem .tan'until payment is mad the marshal), in fact and in name, by the name tice of the,time and place of holding the ,
My Sister expedient. sheriff or' other officer,i nesaid, of'the of "The Escombia Manufacturing' Company annual election of directors of said Bank I '

Who used to share in what wee mine, l3ee. 3. Bo it further enacted.: ,That for sum.a a\'fardeiJit shall not lawful for the ;" and by, th<:t name, they and there, hall be advertised in all the newspepepi !
Or the management of the business of said said company to take poss ion of, or use successors and assigns, shall and may have printed in Florida j and so much of the
took it all di he incline
$. ,five Directors shall be chosen by such land, timber, stone, rthcr materi- continued succession, and shall be personsin 33d section of the 'tame act a* require '' I
'Cause I'waa eight and he was nine? the company stockholders ;r the ,first election to.beheld als J and all the expenses urred in the law capable of: suing and being' sued, "that the board of directors of said Union ". i j
My Brother.:'! nt Apalachicola, as soon as the capitalstock execution of the writ of ad od damnum, pleading and being impleaded, answering Bank, shall within'six month. after' going "- _

Who stroked "" and said'" lad," has been subscribed for, under the shall be paid f fry said comp f, but the appraisers and being answered, unto, defending'and into operation, establish agencies 01' i 11 d
myhead; good the superintendence of such persons the shall not receive 9 than three'engaged being defended, .in all courts and places branches of said institution in Bt. Augustine .
And gave me sixpence, all he had-r: said stockholders' may direct, and one of dollars each per day w Sneucb whatsoever{ and shall have power to make Pensacola, and Marianne,"" shdlbe, liiL,'
But at the stall'.tha.coin ,wai bad? said Directors to'be selected for President duty. and use a common seal and the same at and the'same is hereby repealed L ProviJ.' .'

,Mr'od ather.Whlg by them j .Provided that,,twenty days notice Sec. 9. Be it further en ted, That all pleasure to alter; and shall her given 'of the lime of holding property' :00 assessed and aid for '(the by the rV1me and style, shall be the capital stock of eald Bank shall be en. J '
tb shared, my social'glass, said election, through the medium of the President and Directors of| id eomjany, capable of purchasing, bolding, ,and 'eDnYeing larged a* by the charter is allowed, it shall l '! g i i<
But when misfortune game to pass, public'prints at Apalachicola and Tallatiassec or their agent agreeable 'to.\9 provisions' : any lands,'tenement, slaves, goods, he the 'duty of the suM 'Banko cause ,
'listened! mete the pump f miss[\ .} and that every election 'for Directors of this act, and all purchasenade by, and and chatties, of'property whatsoever, absolutely ; books of subscription to bdope!hed, at the '
My Friend: ensuing ,said first election shall be donations made'to them, sbafurlver after necessary or expedient to the ,ob place* named in Ent Florida for'opening ,. ,.
held on the first 1\loooayJq January in belong to, and become the pf>!rty of thesaid ${ecu of this incorporation. book, contained in the original charier J' '... t
Through all this weary world, in brief each and every year, The number of company, their cuccessc and assignsin Sec 2. Be Jt{ further enacted, That the and if Mock shall be subscribed, it shall
Who ever sympathised with grief, votes ta which stockholders shall he entitled fee simple.Sec. capital stock of said company shall 1>e thereafter be obligatory to establish ,a
-()>r shared joy my sole relief shall be in the following proportion: 10. Be'it further ena my ''
For one share, amI'Jlot ,more than two,one President and Directors of kl company to sixty thousand dollar each, requirement of the said charter.
Myself.If r vote for each share ; for every two shares shall tie authorised to acn upon such which shall be deemed personal) property See, 2.' Be it further enacted That so
wish make above two; and not exceeding ten, one rates of toll, for the n0e ofsii! navigation, and transferable in sued a manner as the much of the raid 32d section of the above
to yourself agreeableanyone "
> talk arm much as you please vote j :for every three shares above tenandnot as they may deemreasonabland, so soon said corporation shall by their by-laws.. di recited act, a* requires that the agent or; j '
foe as said canal shall have Moe'.uilable reel. branches authorised to be rttablwhed by .
vote .
taut his or her affairs, and as little as posWe exceeding thirty, one ; every Sec. a De It further enacted That .H i JIG ; .
about six shares above.thirty and not exceeding for navigation, the said ccfu&iy shall be thj &pe said Hank, sb ruansged by" ,e r
your own. tolls above named book 14 Trealdt'nt and .ix director and that
for eight shares entitled to demand and real bponall persons tnfjk open they
A married pair, who show a huge love sixty.one vote and;not 'exceeding every one hun produce good, merchant and other receive subscription to tm capital' stock of shall be stockholders," be,,and the same:i 11 I
nd each other before above sixty, said corporation such time times and aled. 1
compa7i share above articles f and all vet, boats or: or hereby' j
,invereriaply. fight Eke; dog and cat when dred"hundred;one vote onerote} for every and upont bis prin! other craft, which upon may be reported upon place or places, a* they or a majority of See. a Be it f brthsay .' enacted, That upon? "'. t f
wne. one all be made in relation to or pass down or up tlxaid canal of hero, may think proper} and as soon as khare in the capital stock of said t
shall votes '
When a mother! is constantly stunning triple business which come before the stockholders said company, may from te to time AS the same shaJ I be subscribed, to'give notice Bank, which hali f.NI paid up in money,
I,ou with praises of her daughter, you may stockholder may may authorise circumstance may requlr change and for a meetiof:; or the stockholders to choose the board tlf director may declare dividends
'pend upon it she has some design upon -any in all election by the alter said rate of toll and! ft Provided, three'diredonl; and such election shall be not exceeding eight per centum per i
an agent to vote,' made at the time and and the bOard'of director shall
1 on. of votes shall constitute that no alteration that iw increase the place appointed by; annum,
Never company plurality of toll shall until three such of the stockholders a* shall attend for have power and authority to MUM books
praise or talk of your children to a choice, and the person so elected rates have that either in Jawfuproxy transfer of share thus to be
'I month fshall have purpose't permit or by for tube paid,
their previous
people, for depend upon it no person shall hold tbelr offices until pucces. been given by advertisemepl the public each share of the capital stock entitling opened in the city of New York, or ele-
CeeP yourself cares a single farthing for SOTS are ap giopintetL the bolder thereof under of well ,
Tallahassee to one when, the superintendence |
'"o. fc Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the Dewsj.peraatApaiacbkoled the said above named 'majority 'and *t' such rulti .
for three months sudpivelyj and person or a Mentor: agepti*, .! ty ,
It. difficult;, for a man of sterling: talent. President and Directors fcball nave power said' shall I continue receive and of;them, bail be\(inspector of'the bat. and regulation,M they par prescrib .' ;' '
b such officers under them:M company < ***-* *
appoint may x. .
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r Sec. 4. Bo I furdrer enacted, That tho I hero been subscribed, said commissionersat a glass of brandy; at the. end of i, KlESiNTMENT OF THE GRAND.JURY FORALACnOAi

., stockholders !general.. Meeting shall have! I Jacksonville, may cause books for: the mi.'e, Downes (who had hurt his foot) gave ; COLUMBIA, AND IIiLtSBonoucH "Th'e CourjertTHURSDAY ,

..' power and authority' \ to flesignate'' What, purpose receiving'subscriptions for,the up ; Stannard i performed the ten' es' in COUNTIES!-:\Ve, the Grand,Jury of Alaph-

'of", number of the,;.directors" appointed"by the residue, or any part thereof of said"capital fifty-nine minutes and thirty-seven seconds ua, Columbia,'and,HilBborough Counties, MA Y u:5:

'),: a Legislative Council, land elected 'by tho stock to be opened'at any place or placesin }; Glauer, the German,' went the ten beg ,leave:to present as a grievance, the .

1:' stockholders;, pot less( than five, shall be th5 United States at, their discretion, miles in one hour, and thirty ur seconds{ punt! location of the officVof JRegisterand" While, theNorthern papers are,

. .... sufficient constitute a board for the'trans and closed at their pleasure i provided that and Mahony, the Irishmajj Bd the dis- Receiver at St. Augustine ; it pace ing wofully of the extreme cold COtn d 1

; ,. action of the business of the said Bank. at any time when it shall be ascertainedthat tance'mono hoar two and Vpnrter' leas pne hundred miles'easfof the are enjoying) a BUmmer of \Veather

JiJ t'., Sea 5. He it further -enacted, That all the said sum of four hundred thousand utes. These Were the on y three who most 'convenient to accommodate those couldSpare sunedite o'we

\Y : ,"<' .parts of the above recited act, inconsistentwith dollars shall have been subscribed completed the distance. 'Stannard was in; who desire to purchase lands, and who reside coloric enough, s i tJl,

f"', ': the provisions of this act, be, and the herein l before provided for, it shall be law- vited to dine with the Club, where he?.received within' the district. Seven-ei hts! of left:warm,aU ;New England,and han; n

i! 'I same are hereby repealed. ful forthwith to order the first election of the '$1300: and f the German. ad the puSlic land in East Florida is situated" to cherish our own .vegetation, \f.

r, Passed, Feb. 14th, 1835., directors herein:required, and thenceforth Irishman each received"$200. 1Stauuard south LId west of St. Augustine, To be not .account for the rapid growth

t Approved, Feb. 14th, 1635., all the powers of said company, or of any th4 winner, is six filet compelled\ to gravel one' hundred'.miles tounistine ptants,' teeu, and vegetables offo
" 'tn4 1' of the boards of commissioners herein conferred and weighs IGftlbs! lIe \vas'dressblack to enter perhaps forty acres other than here..ittl,

?. i'' uu. 832. [[No. ix.] An act' to amend'an shall be vested in the directors. so silk pantaloons,thin muslin shi_ ...land 1nd to be subjected to the expense V1fV/\1*
", act, entitled; an act, to incorporalt the Flo- ,chosen. cap, and flesh c lored slippers,, and da er of crossing the St. J the strengthening influence or

'rida 'Peninsula 'and Jacksonville Raft Sec. 8. ,Be it further 'enacted, That the black leather,bejt.round his waist.I rand r>>think to be a great hardship; nigh tai> :: The ,soil in this ,immediate

Road Company, Approved, February45th subscribers for stock"heretofore subscribed [N. Y. Transcript which iey'hope the Government will be Bono be considered of 'little i

J tin; 1835. shall have a prior right to appropriate so disposed; remedy; espeaially, when it is Farm rs'on, the very ,Tt

"r s ': Sea 'I-! Be it enacted; by the Governor much of said stock as they or any them THE CiitciKNm, < I R01'U.VT.-A' Mr.'. Clayton apparen that the land office might be es-.. 'vers,, would, Hudson
of the have heretofore subscribed and subscribe Cincinnati iablisbe' Newnansville without the lea depsrJr/ had t
.. mid Legislative Council Territory to repently made an ascension from t ?

i of Florida That the capital stock'',of saidbompany anew that'amount (in a large balloon, the dimensions of possible isadvantage tothe revenue'arij; and to plant their seeds J

shall hot amount to merethan ,se .9. Be 'further enacted,That when which mg. from! the land Sales. -This: present loisture which falls during
learn from the New York Star
as we
B. one million,of ,dollars, 'to' be<
e ; shares of one hundred 'dollars each ;-that under the provisions of this charter, are. estimated at 50,000 cubic' feet. It may press the nanimous desire of the nhabiX| ,. l ,the' parching effects 1

- i N ,books of"( subscription shall be again opened said board all a right at such times as we IJe cilled extraordinary." As a matter I tents ofrough lachua, Columbia, and .Illlsbo-- The ,of the
.4 for'receiving subscriptions! : to the said they shall appoint,not less than thirty days of curiosity, we give his own account of C in 'Which Counties trno ;. d ap: ground seldom coll
Se j'have
t capital stocky'under the superintendence ofcomrauspiQners ; to require payment from the stockholders his flight !iSSh&clouds.VhileIIn \ all the ands to be ,offered+ for .,.,observed, that, garde

;' s hereinafter named, any two ,after the cato clone; dollar on each share .} sight'of New River, I approacbI in this Dist are situated. seem aag a y Yflret:,:Bight, rtedle' and nets

. 'I. or mtjfDMJf',Hrbqnt shall he competent toperformthe subscribed, and\\\tbe residue, shall bepaidin I edthe i earth ballast was nearly ex The Grand'Jury, "' solicit, his Honor the :produce antttbnndace, and: thattoo, aCari

Y'r' ',' ,' + duties at each of the places such i instalments and at such times as hitisted{ ,'and,;- as my the place over which I Judge, that he will give these their presentments I and healthy';quality.: %To gratify our curio

following, to,wit:-*t St. Augustine, under the directors shall require) Provided 'no was floating. appeared to be an open country such a direction, as will bring them 1 ty, we on'Tuesday'[measured the heighth
thes p rintendence of John Gray,'jr. Antonia call shall be'mride at any time' upon less I to the notice of the proper functionaries of 'in the It
prepared ,for a descent. _I, threw I some corn garden of. .S.. Str.a__ .. r.
Alvarez, R.,B. Gibbs, Samuel Blair, than'thirty clays notice, published in a the Government. ** "'''',t g
t wmcn, alter in this and
,and W. II. Simmons, or any two or more ncwspcber, : l in East: 'Florida, ,and ,one in oyeruoara Jar a ny ittle ancnpr distance, caught firmly dragging The Grand, Jury, in concluding their place, found it averaged from

,I of them, at Jacksonville, under the superintendence Middle F'lorida. ( ,'nor shall any one call exceed hold of a tn ; but on coming close to the term of session,ask of his Honor the Judge, feet to; seven feet\ and four inches. It it i ,
b ::7 of I. D. Hart James Dell W. fit dollars' the share. the kind called flint "
on tops, I foun to surprise that insteadof the acceptance of their high esteem, for corn, and is prefe
1 I ,' :'J;Wells, Stephen'Eddy; and J. B. 'Lancaster Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That a afine.'oj; n country my Iwas, in'a dense the prompt\and efficient discharge of*his to any other for'this: climate. We kno

, .,or two, or more of them, 'at failure i j any Instalment, legally called official
any pay forest, on a elevation. The duties,and especially, for .the instruction from actual experiment, that if,it ripen.
+ .. Monticello, under: 'the 'perintendence 'o f by the directors'of said company' shall wind was bij wing powerfully,. and finding contained) in .the, 'cbitr e, which all in New England it is tasteless ]
D. WilGants'James }!. Mc- work forfeiture in favor of the and do
Mays, Joseph a company it iropossibl break the hold -of,the has been'to them'so useful guide in the
. Ca t8.A. and Win. 'Blackburn ofthe share shares :which such failure an- not, afford as \ nutriment what is the]
Bellamy, ;or. on chor, the, wny'of liberating, myself performance of their duties! '
: two.of them Tallahassee underthe shall does take called, the ." Ia.1dio.n!. Corn." ,The
ror any at + or place. from this OtY' n was to cut the ca' The Grand' Jury ask that the present crop
away '
superintendence of Romeo Lewis, R. Sect lit.B8: it further enacted' That so ble. This ,add in a short time ascended ment, may be published. general look w'ellThere\" will, be an i id
"J.IIackleyCharlcs Austin; Wm. Wilson; mirth and ,no more of the act to which tot
to analtituoe as great as I had previously x JACOB, SUMMERLIN, 'I mense loss th.oae who have hitherto cnl'j!'
t 4 < and T. 1"... Betton,,, or' anytwq or* ''moro of'them' this is' amendment t, as is inconsistentwith ,attain The cold was .intense, ,Foreman of the Grand Jury. vated Orange 'irt\'Oves\ Very few have recol

the provisions hereof.,' be, ,and the but I could n ascertain'the height of the' On' motion of Mr. District Attorney, it is eree from'the efiecta of the'cold

r .Seci 2. Bb.Mt} further venactcd, That i it same 13 hereby repealed. thermometer, have no doubt it was nearly ordered by the Court, that a ,copy;of the tJ winter 0
shall bo lawful to open books! ,o f'subscrip'tioirateuch -' Passed, Feb.'13th, 1835. as low as i TO.' I had now,lost si foregoing presentments be transmuted to river, e.business compared with thatj

', of the aforenamed places l at (\t Approved; Feb.! 14th', 1835.!, the water co eS; and could see no,eights the Hon. the Delegate 'om'the'Territo. St. Augustine, tsras,, small Our forests

r I anytime fithin four inonthe'from alL rte- in my directi >. I laid ,myself down in ry of Florida }in the Congress pflhe':,United alive with,wild fl,owers. The towering llJ!

sage of this act, and said'books be CHAP.. ,833., : [No. x.] An act, to amend an the bottom of the car, buttomed my coat States, and that the 'said presentments be nolia is in blo'ssJi n, ands instead of the pri

kept'open until the first day of August act to'incorporate the ,Town of'Jackion- tight around i e, put on my gloves, covered published in' the Jacksonville Courier. of fuel rising, as we ,learn it recently has
when if hundred '
next there be.four tille.Sec.l.. ,
thousand A
myself wi two blankets which I had extract from the minutes! ,
c, dollars\ of the capital stock 'of said :| Be 'it enacted by the Governor taken, as, wra ten for, the balloon, drank LEWIS IATTAIR.Deputr' Clerk.' the North? we 'ha ve scarcely any_use foil

company, subscribed, it shall l'>c lawful for and. Legislative Council of the ,Territory some brandy, ;''f comfortable and, highly except for the puipose of cooking;
Mid subscribers to organize board'of di'rectors That from and after, the
of'Floridat : passage novel 'We have'delayed our till the last
delighted<< wit trip, and in this paper
,; by nn election I to .be 'held' at Jack ;of this act, the boundary lineltof the situation fell i st my asleep. Iwas, awakened moment, to be able to give the result of the SUPERIOR, Con TDuring the present

.' eonvilje: for that purpose thirty days previous incorporation of the Town of Jacksonville, at last)by m ar, striking, I immediatelysprang conference between our Governor and tho sion, only two cas es have been disposed oft
.... notice of said election being first ad shall.be extended agreeably to the following the viz [
on m) eet, and in anotber moment United States Commissioners i the Hon. jury, :- Territory vs. James \Place
i vertised in the papers printed at Jackson-- lines, beginning at the mouth! of .Ic.-" Richard Rush of : i in which
; the car was t Jgging over the tops'of the Pennsylvania,and Col.. t defendant] was convicts
ville and Tallahassee! by {order of the I Coy's! creejk, on St. John's river, runningthence trees! I, sav before>me ft,'river"' and L Howard, of Baltimore, but, have not: been of an assault and 'battery committed ont
..commissioners acting at Jacksonville under up! said, creek to apoint on said able to the '
thought'som< buildings ; they appearedbut get partSculars;-but we are assured Wife and the '
t the of this ; Terr.itory' John Taylor,
authority act. creek bpp site to John W. Richard's,, flU'- a little, dl mce from me but I afterwards that there is not now' the least dan
r Sec. 3. Bp it further enacted That house thence from said creek ; which the defendant was acquitted. Tt
'i I the gar, ,, byre foun icy' were about four miles ger of any collision growing out.of the
board of directors:for, the management of line,''runn g due north so as "to include oft 1 attaV j :tf, to''' etop my: balloon ,by settlement ofthe boundarf'question.., This Court was occugiod on Saturday and tl

the concerns: ? of this pompany',,shall, be thir.teen said, lJ bousq' to the main road leadingto clinging t ranches of the trees. Sev.. intelligence must be of a ,cheering ,nature early part of this week, in taking up the II:

( .In number, who shall have power to St.,Mary's' ,rjver; thence by,,:a straight end of them, !ko; but at last ,I caught to the citizens Ohio and Michigan\ and tion list.. At present, an action ofejectmeis :
fill vacancies occurring by death resigns line, to Ilogan's creek at the point where
bold of doubly so'to those who resido'near
1 a jptr \ bough, ,and by clinging the before the Court and jury, which will pr
tion otherwise '
i or in their body) by election Sweetwater' branch empties into said .disputed
with all with territory. The line wE
1 ,ffength hand believe
one and ,
my take the of,this !
front among the stockholders, or the creek ; thence with the meanders of said the with will be run or marked baby ,up ;g seater part weeThere
pulling,, vve the other I over,as
rope contemplated
members of the ugird of directors for the creek, down the same to }the mouth ; was enabled a short time to draw by the l legislative authority of this state .are many important cases on the tii:

time being, a majority'of all the directors thence by"a line due south, to 'the south car down ih several feet, and my which will be effected peaceably without, list, which,the parties ,are, 'no.doubt,ve
in office, being required to concur in such bank of the river St.: John' ; thence up it by means < a rope. After being confident any kind of doubt. The jurisdiction; ,we anxious to bring to determination.
election t Provided However and it is the bank of said river
ex.pressly to Hendrick's<>int ; that I hi secured my balloon I looked cannot speak of as yet, as we, know'not
,enacted, that the term of'office of thence across_ the river, to the paint of beirinninfir. what
t the
director shall at my warn.and.found it to be half past _are nature'of the powers with The rumor of the dissolution of the Frenc
any so determine at .
u"" fII two o'ciocK. m ibIS ume or which the United States Commissioners Chamber passing tb
me morning Deputies, without
a time when, by"any general election of the I Sec. 2 Be it, further enacted, That all I it auld be are vested, or what
thought the
stockholders, another'shall be chosen i in free male inhabitants over the age of twen- search of istnnc I to go in ties have, or intend arrangements into par. Indemnity Bill, is probably without a shadojof'jbundalion.
an therefore entering this "
his place. ;residing within ,the limits of remained upon The was first publishe
ty-one years ;, in th 'u, 40 feet at least from the head.. We feel justified in .story
'. :, 'Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That a, said corporation three months, immediately ground, unti(aybreak, and then descend: however the termination ofery announcing thing! ofanunpleasant in a, Maine, paper, on the authority of tlj;
;; general election for directors shall;he held previous to"any election,shall be entitledto Capt. c,f fa. which sailed from Lmrjxxj
t' ,Jacksonville 'the' ed to explorahe wilderness in which I nature ,in this matter,'arid brig,
by stockholders on the vote for Mayor\ and Aldermen.
first had landed. no doubt will be'able to give the particu- on.the, ,first of April and arrived'on,the 17ii
Monday in March'in each and Passed Feb. 10th
1835. '
every I could diaver no trace o(human foot lars, ofthe whole arrangement in and allot]
aft toted
after the our next ,:ei having been through
year, organization the firstboard Approved Feb. 14th *1835.THE .
I'. stepts, ,no rrjk of chauge produced number;-Miami of the Lake April 7.
under this charter,, and no previous by principal cities to the South, is not confirm
notice shall be required of the time GREAT FOOT'' .RACE, man. Nuhrous large trees ,hud been by correspondence "
or place any
-Nothing levelled tot ground, but there ,was HORRIBLE.-The"ann $ls of crime and fofeign or jjewspap
of holding said election;; immediately transpired yesterday' to, mar disappoint mark of chae produced Numerous infatuation can scarcely'' furnish parallel received 'since that time. ,On the contruj
by man.
the -
first election of' directors
under this the of
charter gencmt'nnticlpati ns sport and larg< es had been levelled to the for an outrage, committed 'in this'city on very little|doubt is entertained that the Bii
or BH soon thereafter which had been
as practicable pleasure, excited by the
I shall ground, bu rare was no mark; of thewoodman's Saturday'Jg t last; A Mr. Whittaker, will finally pass bya large majority. It i u
and choose
they meet one of their, announcement that at one o'clock, P. M.; who for ,
body President, and no election for. President the long talked of match of'running 'ten e upon them; they had evi in business has. after some years been engaged here real "flown East humbug, and insteadc

errf shall be'valid unless board of seven miles'within the hour; would take place at dently been prooted by the hurricane. from a' ,! returning to his! residence being a fact,'was jprooably cooked' cp" b.

1 ..nor more members be present at each election the, Long Island Race Cpurse. The weath Perceiving anher 111 was on a mountain and her throat public from assembly ear wIth' his wife, cut some speculator in :Maine: lands, who marl
there ear to and then
was point still made
higher I :
., .l't and that a majority of all who be clear ascended
er was bright and cool i
may beautifully his calcplation. fortune
to tl : of it and perceived in ah unsuccessful attempt- destroy himself on A by'the proball
"' i in the op the -
) present agree of the officersi.'iJ and, save the continual clouds of dust upraised and i he ; by cutting his own throat rise in value of lan'ds pit
*\ and ;'provided also, that after say by thousands of Cashing equestrianswho valley direction'that I had seen ,When the white and yellow
the th( revious alarm was given, they'Vere both 'found In n1>e-r -
aad birch
river .
s : election evening cultivatedspot. wood '
::, by the stockholders ;
,, a President sped along the'way to the field of action their I .
After *along side of lying on piazza, weltering in blood
.4 ,. shall be.elected in the;manner in this could be veiling a beautiful ,
sec more delightful
nothing Ito
cheering, the wife of LT
rulet for course dead COL. has orde*
'I tion for. spring about three miles, ,entirely and Whit- A. S. BROOKS, been
provided than the
'See..5. Be it further enacted, 'That on and, of gay the, buiay were incidents I found this K>t, but had to follow a track taker himself) in a dangerous'''situation. take command of'Fort Columbus in K1
cenery panorama. It is said be
a G, the,,first day of August next, it shall be the At precisely fifteen minutes before'two two miles fi her to get assistance. .\V 0 will recover. He was actuated< duty ofeac1trboard; commissioners conveyed tl balloon to the house of Mr. by jealousy.-Pensacola[ Gaz. 25th ult. Brooks of l
here o'clock, P. M. the raltaltooVas beat on Massachusetts: lie is an aecoo

board by appointed! of commissioners to I, transmit, by mail, to, the the drum,. rdcring tho"tart of the nine Joseph,farmerVhere Gra in, respectable.I remained,,and three.Intelligent days _.LJECBU: s.1 ,few ,days since: 'as ''Mr! plashed gentleman and gallant officer;' II
at Jacksonville who had enlbrted
a a competitor for the prize Samuel Carll'of West Hills was a believe i of y 0
transcript of the before I coulfcet a conveyance to return. was standing Captain,.we a comp
4 contained of thirteen hundred dollars.
subscriptions All
their respective subscription books, with on anxious and confident of success .and seemed the During my e3 (at Mr.; Graham's I was yin in: his door, early in the morning; he observed Artillery the' last war, and was engagein
the name of the subscriber and the amount apparent condition and stamina, of each, ited by great[mbers of people from the covered with large white'gander 'was the battle at Plattsburg.. We ,have hear
something which
of his or her subscription.Sec. was' such us would denote good' health, surrounding ntry. to be mud but appeared an anecdote of an affair on that, occasion

G. Be it further enacted, If it shall sound constitution, and excellent... training. of The the mounti spot vhich..:SOOO 1 feet landed, is the top ascertained, to be on numerous a nearer inspection leeches. was While the British line was advancing
i., appear after to the the commissioners at Jacksonville The following are their names, ages, &c.; the Daromet above the.level(as indicated 1 of the sea by of the family, attempted to catch' the were within half musket shot, Capt B-f
of the books ,
receipt Stannard farmer
or Henry ,a 24 and is gander, but he ran a considerable astride'one of his 6nif3Ps
called venson's Knob distance smoking a
or Stinson's : guns }
transcript therefrom of the various boards of Connecticut ;,George ;, Glauer aged .
of: commissioners herein Knobs, 1 Keeney's Knob, Monroe through a pile ofbrosli; and when at ish cigar. The General rode np to .In
appointed that 27 German Patrick
a ; Mabony, aged .23, county, Virg, about 4 miles from length he was caught, ninety-three large bed.
the sum of four hundred thousand dollars an Irishman ; Isaac S. Dopes of Suffolk Green : ordered.him'on'duty; to which
.. ", has been subscribed I. Brier River, -.niles from Union 20 miles were taken from him. It is'sup. s'aid J' thi
4 they shall immediate! Countyt s John Mallard ofQtsego ,- General, just let me smoke out
County there
\! ly give thirty notice in T IltG ; from Louisbul within sight of the Ally posed must have been more than two of
+ a newspaper] John g yf Harlem ; William: Ver- mountainsld hundred on him when first discovered littl? fellow and I.will! give 'em a D-1
published at Jacksonville and one at Tel mily ea of New York ; Heriry Button, of ny at a distance from Cincinnati They adhered fast fight.: He did and the result U a DlItte
accord to the BO
lahassee ? to the route I travelled .very under I ,
that an election will .be held Rath
and '
by ,
\ R
way Charles of Brook-
; the >fearhers and of .
the stockholders' at Jacksonville, for the in the llaUoo 350 miles, but according many were as largo as aman's history, ;,
lyn.At the usual thod little finger.-[Brooklyn Star..
tQ of
purpose of electing thirteen diroctora'fo travelling, more
: r starting they.went of well together at
;. "the management and direction of the con a moderate {pace -Mahony} leading, which than 400 mitefhich distance I travelled BUNKER" Hiu. MONUMENT.-After Thomas; King,3d. was executed at Cas

c'. ,*;r cerns and business of the said company, he kept until the end of the 3d mile, when in This nine and a If hours. protracted delay the work pf this Menu a, den County, Georgia, on Friday, 8th root-'.
voyagd believe bas
fond such election shall be held according the German took his places Vermilyea : fulfilled, the meat bas again commenced I with the murders committed at the."Casey h0*
; much
y ly, and the persona so elected shall bold gave up at the end of: the 2d bile ; Wall promises the I majin my advertisement,and activity. It is intended to complete it i if on the Bt. :Mary'a !in February l&sUOn
.offices is longest iage, by far ,
uutil their successors be elected' and and Button gave up at the end] of the 4th ever performed possible, this season
duly qualified. \ mile; in the 5lh mile Mallard fell and was by any pen in a Balloon.
; last motion of:
: 'Sec, 7. Be it further'enacted; That if i it brought back; at the end of the 5th mile Martin GonJ, Sen. has been : WUITEWASS.-By saturating r.ThOlllt t
the Douglas GURSKT SJJITH.of
appointed water in which the lime is ; Esq. ;
shall be
at the time in the to slacked
appear appointed BrCragy; afterMoing that distance in thirty
<< the Pre
by nt
: Superintendent of the practise Mney
&II-action of tl s'act, that less than thrum e two and a half rnlnutes'gave':up'at; theof Mint 'about > flew :' common salt, a whitewash may was admitted to an
four hundred e established. in be made which will neither crack nor'rubotl'on'one'a Court in rid for tbq
thousand deUan'baUJ" the 5th mile Stannard stopped and took Orleans. '"".1'k njti[ ? Superior
hands "*** '. '
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We have tiot'rece1ved the Xk returns for .LAND'PnuTEg.:-The grand Jury sitting ", LIST LETTERS RAIL ROAD I .

Delegate to Con ;ft given in Middle Flori..* at rrentonNew Jersey, in connexion with R EMAINING.in the Poet Office, Jacksonville \ '''''' JACKSONVILLE ".."." I

ja but there is a rumor that Maf.''Wyatt has the United States District Court, have on the 1st of, April, 183., and TALLAHASSEE STAGE.

4, Majority over Col. White or" two hundred"votes found indictments against upwards of forty if not taken out in three months, they will I
A persons, including two justices of the be sent to the General'Post Office as dead .
in Jefferson, Madison, Hamilton and J J'n
:for concerned letters.
peace being in the plunder ,
ornpiitther Columbia cou ties. In such case,the Elec* of the James, Fisher, and the Henry Frank- 6A Capt. 11m' THE.undcrsigned to \ I ,

lion will turn, on the vote of West Florida. l inwhich were driven. ashore'near' Bar- John Adam., Isaiah D. hart, 5 I "An Afet amend an Act 'Public are informed that a lineof 1 r 't
lu'vs Edward S. Aldrich K Covered barouches will between
J l niail,IefTallahasseeearly,on the morn-' ,negat.SPECIE.. FLORIDA PifunsuLA AND and" Jacksonville ,
D Rev. R n. Kerr. ROAD COMPANY \ to leave this 'i
I'tf' of the election, and? of course, 'we ,must .- ";Monday last, Five Tons of 1I. D. Baldwin, 2 L thatho Books ,will approved be again 'eYery'Mond.y.. ,

wait patiently another :week for accounts Specicjbelonging'to theUnited States Bank William Darcalow, Joseph D.Lancaster 9 sonville, at the store of I, D. pbunds baggage will be allowed '

from the Western counties: Co1.,'Whit .lefV: arrived in this city from Pittsburg. .Thisvaluable Joys William Droward H. Burritt, ,3 3. Isaac Theodore Lent Littlefield". i on' the >4th day of May, cent passenger per pound,and,will; for be any charged'greater for weight every, 'j" t
until the 1st, of
day, August \
this place on -Friday, morning last for- St., freight was brought by the Western Charles Bn ward, 2 M miles '
for stock
, ,, subscriptions to i
ill Augustine. .Transportation ,Lino.-iPluladelphig Francis Dro\\'ard, Emanuel Mott, into execution. "Fare,through, each way, $25.i :
to the ,' Commercial Herald, 22d ult. ,| Sarah A. Dro\\'ard, George n. May, the 8th Section of this i JAStfSS HARRIS.. \ ,

ICe of The schooner- ''Felicity, Stratton Master', Edgar S. Barrows, G;S. Mott, r\La ,subscribers for stock I Jan. 14. 3tf.

liatettle which'Was chartered in New *Tork, by Mr:: \ Snow fell on Wednesday ni ighJ' d Reubin Bloomer, J. B. Muir. have a prior right to *'
slightly yesterday, morning. We know of John P. Drown, N Stock CONVEYANCE FROM
amount of on the
K. Pinckston. merchant, 6f this place, new
vt M. no weather that could more justify a co- John G. Drindley, .2 Patrick News, ISAIAH. D. TO ST: 'AUGUSTINE.
dsolllad sailed from that port on.the IGu&t' fFifteen; temporary in .Richmond in using his favorite Mr. Darhoe, "John Nevitt. JAMES DELL, ; j1e

outrunning with a fair jBjJKncoun- Spicer Braddock 0 W,'J. MILLS ,
4de hours quotation, "winter: lingers in the ..' } 11
> from the. /jjjPBfcjfrH of than the C S\Olmsteadb\ STEPHEN EI! f ,
ill tered a, gale, lap spring, present.--[Alexan, E. A. Cohen, Wo\, 1m. JOS. B. "
IringIciellt about seventy hours. Eleviiraa| HtntbNorfolk dria Gazette, 17th ,ult. Martha Cox, stec.'. Subscriber ,.
t> ; Jacksonville will run a xl Barouche
March :31)) got
in a leaky condition, :tjKea of George Causey, Uelen'Drmond. : and good Horses from to '

the Iom flying jib and foresail. The cargoiwas' discharged of ANE D TE.-A grocer having a number James G. Cooper, r t 'RAIL ROAD NT Augustine, once a week Jacksonville; to t
empty hogsheads sell.pUced one on the Moses Curry M'ilea Price,
colarde] the vessel would,,Boonbe repaired, foot of the pavement, and mote on it "For Nancy Co!>per., Palmer & Perris, H undersiltned, ; every .Mondaymorning on the evening) of,the antf same arrive day in; at

; and was to sail for tia port |ppnB + Sail." waggish. tar fSssuig;| by noticed D Junes'Piles, 'give Notice, that -will leave St: Augustine on
QlJtteGran Mr. ''Pinck ton; whd"was"'ori'boardj 3 ) awed the error in the spelling and wrote bejow. D. n. Dunham, ''Se jmeur Pieb t1, 2 entitled "Jin Act to incor morning; and arrive at this place
last land. "for freight or to the Edward Davis, Patrick PriCE ida Rail Road Company,' evening of the .
liere on Sunday by passage apply bung- same dtj. 4 '
14th 11835 Books '
ole." Silas Dnele, M. Pinckston : ; ; for pounds bagragl11I,i; be allowed I
curioighth Abby Dertu, 1 Bet} Pritchad.: stock will be opened at ;and fOr{
OHIO AND.MICHIGANhave'agreed to suspend of passenger any greater weight,
store Isaiah
It is related in the New-Orleans Bee Abraham Dupont, R D. Hart, per pound will be charged for
their quarrel f", and the difficulties will next and continued every t
] May
D. ,
Fraicie Rider
ter, that while the members of the Louisiana asses Dykes, : / *.>'' l
from no doubt be adjusted before the next session Legislature were marching in the funeral Wm. S. Donaldson. WiUam Rickerl' when they, will' JAMES be closed.' :: &I:''are each I way $5.. 1It.
E Frmcil Richard..
It il of Congress., procession of one of'their number, only William Eubanl. S JOSEPH B. t ,? Feb.' 2. II. PIIILIPS a I

twelve of them smoked segars in passing George P. Edney, \t.E Saunders, 1SAMITD. / .Ctf-! r

,refeknt There are forty-four regular' packets from. through the streets, in order that they Chares English, John Stevens, 4 STEPHEN :' E TO TRAVELLERS., ;,. '

New York to Europe,: ,might dispel the melancholy vapors !I" Henry Eames, 3 1 T ELIJAH / i
pens Ralph Eames, WlUam Tobey, 2 >MILO K. / "
rd dis IMPORTANT, FROM FRANCE. MARINE JOURNAL. Evertson & Co. Altonet Tison. JOAN W..' 'r, I

the Calais; Maine;. April 16th, 1835. .. F s\ U,, Jacksonville, April 23, ,

cops By the brig Mung, which arrived at' St. FORT, OF JACKSONVILLE. _.............mMAr 14. 'Charles E. Flinn. Jines Underwood. A will be,a regular& conveyance for; '), I ,

all. Andrews'on Wednesday, in 17, days grindley" "a4rma NOTICE. passengers a week from Bt Mary'e Gco. ,
Timothy & Pinck I
from Liverpool, we learn that the French CLEARED-11th, Bchr Saluda, Perry, for Goff. An act passed by the l ; to leave 8t Mary' .
2 '
eton BY
o cn1rec Jacob
chamber of Deputies have dissolved: with-, Philadelphia of this''Territory,'at Wednesday, at 2 o'clock, P. M, and.
Wbidden 5
12th, schr Sam Patch, IlUme, for St. Au. 11 at Pablo the next day. '
and the '' :
the'appropriation for the approved by
out making payment Eliza Harper, mid L. Wintring- .
who wish
gustine. to avoid
r. 1835 the Subscribers 'were a night ezpo- J
of the American Charles Harper hun 2 '
the water will find
that The Mung brings Liverpool dates up to Eliza Houston, < W. WlLhorn missioners to open Books very comfortable', \1''
Sorge scription for the stock of a at Fermndina, at Mr! 'A.; '\ }
March 29-sixteen days later than those AN ORDINANCE Mary llobkirk, Jl1n Warren
stsel and can leave Fernandina the1 next-
ed in this Town tab" called ,
received via, New' ,:York or Boston. Ij10 provide for the current expenses of the J. Houston Hallows:, Jldrew Welch, OF JACKSONVILLE.In olid arrive at Pablo the same,day. '
Boundary Gazette.. ; JL Town of Jacksonville, for the ensuing Miller I 'illiam 1I.Wolf' can leave.Pablo every Friday morning,{
e pri sear. William Hickman, 1I1j. William Wyatt, pursuance 'of which and arrive at St Augustine ti,. 11
hasPori Lipaf NINO.-The Pilot float GossamerCapt. Be it ordained by the? Mayor and Aldermen Mary V.-Hell, Opt.Charles Willey. hereby give notice,that the :same day ;.leave St Augustine
of the Town of Jacksonville That the And one letter whlcll" directed fol scription for.the stock in ; and arrive at Fable '
struck' same day.
was by lightning on
King ,
'following Taxes shall be levied and collected lows-Duval Countit'Elt Florida, Jackson., opened in this Town, at the wishing< to visit St
Venus' Point while under "
Monday\ near, yule Post : of Messrs. Blanchard ''& accommodated every''I'I I
for the on
present year I
full sail from Tybee. The fluid which ISAJAbD..lIAT Post Master.FOR Bay and Liberty streets, at 10
from St
On all retailers: of Liquor less than one, Mary's by Pablo to St
'nt u > I
' kdofb shivered the foremast,' passed down into pint, Ten dollars. on the fourth dor_of May_! &. Vrnm fft AU.<.... i ln*.. in P.K1n..... ,... I
---- -- --- ---- .

IWIviclf| on ,recovering from the shocks' believing Wares, or Merchandize, Two dollars anal Packe.Brig IKO Capt. WILLIAM week from Pablo to Jacksonville j and: 1'1
from the of smoke in the cabin, THE ; STEPHEN and arrive '
,quantity, fifty cents. sail for New ions' to meet the mail,
onlndl that the Gossamer' was on 'fire run her On all Hawkers and Pedlars selling any York, on the 2Ci: May next She ISAIAH D. its return from St,Mary',' and the,

ashore on a sand bank, but after 'Bome' Goods, Wares, Merchandize' Twenty-five can take a few barrels. triM and accommodate as U arrive. from St Augustine. Fare, !
rlor, minutes being satisfied that 'she was' not, dollars. six or eight passengrs! ,for which apply Jacksonville, ,.Ei: F; April 2d ( to .Jacksonville $2. All., 'fare. to

was kindly assisted by Capt. Read, of the On all shows, exhibitions,or theatrical per to Blanchard & Rider,Jorner'of Bay and at Pablo. ;
Br. ship Toby, who'lent him his boat[with L formances, Five dollars 1 Liberty streets or to thepap'Jon' board.Apa120. .' FOR siS'V C. TAYLOR. i iI
tie idwe four men'to tow the G..up to the city, for That any. person' failing'to comply ,with L --- : ,, '2wl7 TWO Fowling Pieces-a\ I :: Mail boat.will\ leave Pablo for pt'a.. > .
cimedl which prompt and essential aid Capt. King this ordinance, shall be fined for each and for heavy"work every Tuesday and return on Thurs, 'I I
feels grateful as it was about eyery.offence, not less \than one dollar;nor 4I CAUTO N] Dupont's best rifle powder- The stage leaves Pablo every'Friday4
even more
,l more than five, dollars to be collected ed the : '
p by Ills is boat, with ori. The Augustine and returns on the.. c. t I
midnight when this valuable assistance was Warrant from the Mayor. T to certify tit i in/ wife ,.BlenderWoodland will be'sold cheap for Sunday. Cm3 "
afforded. The damage received by the Passed April 27th, 1835. z boa e my bed and board, TIMOTHY

ietren toi't Gossamer is estimated at the lowest at :Approved April 271 h, 1835. and this'is to, .forbidtrusting persons, harboring, or GOODS, 'GROCERIESAC. : ,1

,Peg $200, though the full extent cannot yet be W. J. MILLS, Mayor;" I shall, 'or. debts: her on my account, 'Aprit'30. WIIOLEIAI.B ,
as oher AND RKTAIt.
pay no contracting after
ascertained The boat is owned by Captains WM. B. ROSS, Clerk. this date. T' :
James King; and'James p..Dent.Ceorgian.. I STODART & keep constantly on hand,
' [ LAW NOTICE.THE I JAMESMandarin .: WOODLAND. offer for sale, on as good terms a. j

Subscriber informs the inhabitants i May 1,). 4w19 LITIIOGRAPIIERS, be had,at any store in Florida; the' i
, thliado : articles, ylIlD'RY i- ,
ANOTHER TORIUDO.-From a letter received Duval County,and of the County adjoining 0.1, Wall-street, New ,* ? '
'yesterday from Glynn, wej learn that be has opened an Office for the NOTfE.OIX GOODS., |;|

lishtj that a tornado visited that county ntrarfou r practice of the Law in ,Jacksonville: .All 'Weeks from 'dal I shall apply to the NOTICE. ., Casslmeres, Sottlnett, and,
./ '
business, entrusted to him, shall be attended the"'Jii i of Duval County, Cloths l
of I Ierj tb o'clock in the afternoon ofthe27thult It persons indebted to green and white Flannel.
; to with. punctuality and diligence. fIT letters of AdministiEUSHA On on the Estate ofHonorable ALL brown, plaid
Came it is said fl'om'the west WATXRMAH & checkstripe ana
: WJUDDEJf ceased. t
0 M./DORMAN" Calicoes
17thill; ly I an .eastern direction, passing through Attorney; Counsellor,and Solicitor. V JAM RIDER. make payment on or before Gloves, .Cambriast' ':M IUIlI',
Loundes, Ware and Wayne counties. It' suit will be commenced Hosiery, &c. &e. ; ',' ,.,

e was about 200 yards wide, and crossed\ the ,-Jacksonville, May 13,1835. 20tf ... Jacksonville, May Gwl9 persons.,, M. K. 1IARDi .ARE. .

'inneJpspeJ line of .Wayne, and Glynn into the lattercounty CLAIMS FOR LOSSES. NOT E.SIX Jacksonville, Feb. 15. parlor, and box Stoves,[ Bras.' t

14 miles south of Fort Bajrrington, of the Court for the Weeks from thi ',te shall Fire Setts, Lamps, and aDdle I {
Judge Superior ap
itnrleBill/| passing by Mr.Willy Robson's i hi Wayne THE of East Florida,will resume the Judge of the tv Court of DuvalCounty NOTICE., Caps Gun., broad/ and,

county,'blowing, down every dwelling and examination of Claims for Losses, on the for letters of illustration on the ALL persons indebted to Axes,, Adze., Hatchets, ,Hsbmery ;
Itiiiedol all the fences on his place. Ini Glynn, i it second Monday in June next Estate of LEVIN QV. ', deceased. or.Note, are Shovels, Door-latches,. Butt* .and
passed near the pine land residence! of Mr. All Claims must be 'presented before the2Cth JA ;S T. O'NEILL., payment by the 25th inrt. or ., &c. &c.

I b James C. Maugham, andstriking one of day of the same month. April 3, 1835. ,CwlG commenced without delay.J. FURNITURE. 'I

? his farms,etript it of' every thing, and, pros May 8th, 1835. 6w20 >Jacksonville, Jan. 15. and Couches, work.' card,' and ,
mad trated thing in its It I i
every : course. a NOTE. '' Tables- Washstands Looking Glas-'
,ball! passed through Capt. Frazer's loFIELD UANDS WANTED** Weeb'from da shall apply to the NOTICE. -V_* .-. J_, &o. &A. ., {-,'. ..* .

v pit ..on the Buffalo, with 'what effect, is not TWELVE Dollars a month will be paid,, SIX' of the Co Court of Nassau ,- PROVISIONS":' ,
stated by our correspondent It blockaded I ,for five or six good Fi eLl llaw,, County, for letters of ipistration the. ALL peraon.' Indebted to : Jt t .
'with trees all the roads in Glynn, across and Fifteen Dollars, for Good Ploughmen. Estate of EBER O'ttE\\", deceased. by note or book ". Tea,l loaf and brown Sugar, Bottlq j
I which its'course lay, until it crossed the JOSHUA IIICKMAN. JA O'NEILL.. quested to settle the same Cliampalgne,Claret, Port, and Sherry;
and no credit will be given Spices, Soap; Lamp Oil Tobacco
lere May 14. ,
Altamaha river about nine miles above Da- 615
April 31835.; after the. 1st of February. IUc. Corn, Pilot liread, Beef and '
Tien. No lost lifebut
person, fortunately, his ,
Cotl WANTED.A BLANCHARD Mackerel Salt' Fish Pota.
some live stock were destroyed. Thismust NOTI ., and Cheese &c.Aoi
'COfflJHj have been the same blow felt in McIntosh \ smart NEGRO GIRL to do the cooking Weeks af\erdi.te Jehtll sly to the Jacksonville, January 24th, ALSO, !-: ;':!, ,
SIX .1 ,
work with
J\ and house in..maJl family,
[Ib. n: the Judge pf'nt. 'Cfcnnty, for
_county '
uy"I r I'Il'fDUN 'out children. The hig&tst wages will be. letters of Administratio in the Estate of SUGAR ,MILL FOR ', Medicines, and Paints-.A variety: j 1
given. Apply at this Office. and Glass War.. Books and
1\IuRDEas.-'Ve regret to learn, JOIUf LAM. late of satoontir.G3. r GREAT BARGAIN is ; ry
'ageleal May 13. 20tf FLEMING.Fleming's A a large assortment of White; {
(says the Milledgeville,, Recorder, ,of the sale of a New Sugar .
and Black
JIlts ., arid
21st ult that the Creek Island'Bt. April 15. Point Foundry; diameter of 't4 i 'i
,n.I. neighborhood) of Columbus Indians in'the TAKEN UP 4is', two feet two and a half inches; together with a'variety of other.ar ,

,are'again committing By the Subscriber, and' detained, on Fri NOTI one., one foot ten and 'one-
aggressions upon tli, bites., They day,'the tat day of May, a Negro Man, with Iron Ac BLANCHARD RIDER.4
cogs, points, ,
I.p ; murdered a \?itizeir of C o- who says his tome, Is JOAN, and that he SIX WEEKS AFT DATE, I shall .I Kettles from the noted lltt Jan. 1, 1835.. j *'
fired upon his[ pmpaDJon, formerly belonged to an Indian Chief by the *foretters Judge( Nassau County known by name of the Carron ? "
.w lerecentJy-this occurred about seven- name of Bl-jom, 'that he ran away from the Court, of Aoisstration, with the ranted and proof, u malleable :: '. -CASH paid for Cotton, Hides,
Will of REMI BRUNETTE Tallow Deer Skins{ Furs 'Beeswax
Columbus. he to annexed, on the E* ,
JOIl.thi. They have, a Chaetahoochie, because was unwilling deceased putty of the grand Kettle is .Orange Peel, &c. .
about the with the tribe beyond the MUsis- .J
: same spot, murdered emigrate (ROBT. DAY. gallons/and proportioned, or ) D. & II.
a gentleman' from South Carolina, .ipPI. He:' had on a cotton velvet round 24th 6w 14 sixty gallons, being toss to t
of who was removing, and whose >wagons, about and pantaloons, and a small bundle of: March"1835. which, with Cool.,.,. Vats, 'NOTIO.E4 ,
1" clothiug'with him of the dame kind. He is contain thirty bogtbeads of ; ..
negroes, &c. bad advanced ahead of b'We : R
about feet 7 inches high, dark complexionactive NOTR. disposed of,if applied for Copartnfrshlp heretofore .ifsting
understand that excitement
much prevails ab'the Indian language, and says \7f7T, the Commissvrs of the Road of twvnty-five per cent below c : .. the subscribers; under the firm
and that it is considered highly dangerous he came from Africa. W Duval County, tag examined the A fine, directed to E. D. & PINCKSTON, U this
>> for individuals to travel between. S. J. EUBANK. same, from Gravelly-hi*l the County line Plantation, McIntosh br 4 mutual consent..' '

:.( Columbus and Montgomery.The Gravelly-hill,. May 1. 19tf of Duval County, hue.rtained the best Manager,) will le attended to. ADINWATERMAN.MILO
'us'ayl Milledgeville Times elates that the ground, and straightway to the fork March 12. K. PINCK8TON.:

individual murdered by the Indians, was a FOR SALE. of theRoad, leading oat the upper Spring .,, Ja.. > :19. .
Mr. Anent who was moving from.'North Stillsnearly new one con and the other to A1ip wo. The Orera of all '. .
Copper ; BLANKS indebted to the above firm '
Carolina. I TWO hundred gallons, with seers within said Counue hereby author* &., at short person
m > two ice' to order out all healable to road dutjrj requested to make imnudiaft *y 1
heater o/the same capacity; the other eon : Mao Job Work the subscriber who is duly tutSorV
A C17&JOIITr.-Tbe Claremont National to work on said road ,slickly aa soave u ar in a ,
Eagle l states that vagrant fellow has 'exhibited tainW Iift yga11ono, which the will be disposedof eat for said operation. and on reasonable terms. ..ttt.\\ the same. '..AJ1 peisoas,having 4t
ttoM to
terms purchaser.
at advantageous subscrMr for '
Ball thft
8. J. EUBANK CommissionersRoad. .wJ11..pI.aj oo;
44 in that place, among other For further particulars inquire of 0. BUDr.cror [ Justice Blank* Deeds ot: '* I "I JSl -* r>fr* **-*
ties, a small with tail stiff thin office. JNO. W. RICA ) lor.ald, ding-Manifest iuf. ) ..., t' '! KY1C1C11'0
dog, a BO.] riOSi"j E' bite4viUe, of at *, lIICa ; DIILO '"
cannot rest" ,'its. Hind legs upon the' JacksonviUejMayfi.: 1' ..-", 1 .....1WtM JacboDriUeld&re1a : / .-: 14' I Ukis i office.. *? #. *%" I. Jan.: 10. 'l"'i 4tt .Y ..,,wi
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., (',, 'I- f 'I e, ""I : PLE.bAxTNUI! or ,cHllo.-Sehoo1 1 t DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, dec. STE A MnojAi: :' TO, THE PUBLIC.

I i .Ii .; .htISCELL1.NFi0USt : Master-Noah had three Ham I ,fy111ESubecriber has on hand, and often THE SUBSCRIBER. having purch"
L t 1 and 1 Japetb-who was the faker of Shem,, for sale,on reasonable termythe follow .COMPANY Southern Agricu1tur lU from its

U", A TOUCH or 'THes" lLtttE..A gentle- Ham and Japeth ? (Boys .eilent.) You ing,articles, Vii Editor and proprietor Mr. ,John D. Loge la
1 who is 'as full of grandilpfiuerfe! and Well let's ; solicits the support of the
man cannot tell. now try again.-, DRY 'GOODS.Droaddoth'i friends of Agrlc
/ft: lofty sounding Words as a bell is o + iles, You.know tfr. S| arks who Jives over the Sattinetts, Negro Clothes r' tune, and of the interests connected with !,

r t;:;_., ''ora village' 'c ptaiti of self/mpo1laoee oniparode wsyjvftbw; Mr.\ Sparks has 'three low Flannels, bleaclpd|, and! ,THE above company take thii method of throughout the:,Southern, States, He h

;; 'it ; day (and they are b6th) proverbial) ,Tom; Jack and I J arry. Who WAS the brown Check, striped and plaid Homespuns the public that they ,have published(this work for Mr.,,Legare from i

! a. 'Wasin'a company of;Iddfes OlIO evening. father of Tom, Jack and Harry ? Calicoes Silks, G ovelr Linens, Imported! purchased two Steamboats, the MACONand : thus commencement, in the year lfe& and he

! Ji. '1 I ,when his attention was Attracted by a kij&: Boys-Mr. Sparks. Ginghams, Cambrics, Silk lldk'fe. BombazetteSfpznaburgs EXCEL, which boats are to run 'regularly which practical it should acquainted be
! 'ten that wal playing about the room:" School blaster-That'a: right I very good Burlaps &c. between Darien and Macon,' leaving tion will be continued conducted.6n Its public

! t. 'Tinding! Itself tiVtotfect( of considerable: boys indeed! Now/then, Noah had three nARD .WARE AND CUTLERY. Darien once every week with two tow boats. in the same thinner as heretofore the same terms,
, Merriment it 'enscdcfced luel(' under toe The steamboats will draw only 56 inches of with
sons, Shem, Ham' and Japeth-whovas Lamps Candlesticks Gun Area Adzes as his
experience snirwj
with improvements
water two in'each. The
arm chair where thl't' beautiful Miss Spiffli- the father of Shem Ham and ? jolts Latches good engines may
f J herself! Our: Japeth patent Augurs, Door ,' Knob company have been at great expense'to e is solicitous to make th,
: kins was sighing wtf rocking 'Boys-Mr. Sparks. Butts, Screws, Brass Knobs,Hoes,Bad Irons this l ne of steamboats in the Ocmulgee and Journal the vehicle for dissemminating ,
I ,Euphuist w. her side.in an jusunt, .. Pad-Till-Chest-Trunk--Gun--Closet- information not
;, sprang I I I I I Alta ihaandrivetawouldrespectfullysolicitthe only with regard to "su
; forbe had an affofition for the feline race, A disconsolate and broken hearted w o-, Brusport pad-Knob and Mortice Locks, patronage| of the public. :.This line will lished systems of husbandry, but also

and; l lovely' as /lisa Bpifflikins was, bf' man,as she calls herself Mrs.Laura Hunt, Knob Latches, Powder Flasks. Pocket Steel.1 be a rrreat. a.ciJittrrn"._ _. _m._.rrhnnto_____ wtin'nrih__ ..._ tn_ mental efforts .m Airr--cultiir- _n_._. 'i.ni_..u ,U'h exper,:
- -----' n UUCUCU
would not thin /permitting herto, rock of Broadalbin, Montgomery county, New- .1 yards, Bed Keys and Screws, Chest hinges, ship heir goody ty the way of Savannah or tore; he invites' free and unrestricted cr mmn]
her chair on i iw tail. But then it would York, notifies the public through the Amsterdam Cork Screws Hand and cross, cut Saws, Darien, to'Haikinsville and Macon or in nication from'11'persons ,occupied i in then
r not'do to say "fair in company'*' Oh no I Iit Intelligencer, that her husband 'Knives and ''Forks, Brittania-Plated Table shipping' Cotton to Savannah;' Arrange. pursaitu 1 no ,one imagine that 8oUtar'

pip.; was not m&Iestt least so thought the Josiah Hunt, has, left her bed and board I and Tea Spoons, Jron Squares, Pocket Com ments have been made to forward cotton or facts or'i' .i [ experiments- are.too trivial ti;

i .r; dandy. Ifd,therefore 'went to' work on a : and strayed away to parts' unknown ; and pusses Chisels,' Drawing&c.GROCERIES. Knives, Braces, Socket goods without detention' between Savannahand be. d. All systematic knowl!
bow that, required ; Darien. i regate of humble
large scale. Making she forbids all girls!old maids and widows, 1lrs particu
the elongadon-or the expansion and coo meddle with him A PROVISIONS. No exertion 01 expense will be spared to P., in every department, JI
not to or marry on penalty brow perfection
y tractioU of his pedal'.members" -his perpendiculars of the law ;Sbe also earnestly entreats Coffee, Tea, Loaf and Brown Sugar give the greater' despatch to goods of cotton menta ohsl ,not through the instru
andMaJaga shipped by this ine. single exrraordinary mind
of dividers
-like the legs of a pair ChunpaiK1"MaderiaClaretPort
all editors the ntribu
world" by 'c on'
. throughout of
. .. be swung himself before the object to lay the foreg. information before Wines, Spices, N. E. Rum, American Agents for the above boats : individuals particulars, by n-S S

:',',, 8win1l'in1l"6f his addresses-" hid hahd-bending and head his in body unison and their readers. ing ,: co, Flour Gin, ,Holland Corn Rice.Gin, Brandy Pilot Bread.Soap,Tabac-Butter .L. '!.1f\LD'\I, ,||&, .,Savannah.' 'I many; year_ /_s generally.desirous.. ,after therefor.--the---,laps tn-.1.......'J Jas "
J., GODDARO &Co. Macon. many factsTtcTrepord'a;: cagbe
r. theretnm **All t1+hem Miss\ Spifflikins, time i Crackors !-BeeA |Pork,f Codfish, Mackerel .MITCHEL & ; and from the ,planter ,who" is furnished ;
: Some since,a member of the American Butter, Lard, Cheese, Figs, Almonds, Raisons 'COLLINS, Darien. systematic in
f there seems to be':'great propriety:-ahem]I, Congress Who was not content with .A plea, Hams Bologna Sausages, J. E. & .B. Dztziro, Charleston. his experimental labors, ,an account 'of his

-Miss Spifflikins, it1' would really afford 1 the usual drink allowed by the House, (molasses Onions, &c. &c. I II \ Dec. 1834. 1' failures as well. a his,, successful efforts, will

me the most exquisite felicity, if you would and water}} begged for a little spirituous LSO- be acceptable. If the last are worthy of being

f forbear to rock on the longitudinal extremity mixture. The door-k remonstrated Drupi, and life clues Paints, Crockery THE. STEAM PACKET recorded that they may,be Imitated; the first

:" H. { of this juvenile feline quadruped." But against this innovation,eper on the ground and Glasfci" Ware, 'I wder and Shot, Shoes, ;FLORIDA. should The be noted in order to be shunned. '
'.". the truth is, the thing was done before he of not knowing to what account; he should Boots, and a great iriety d|articles to,nu fellow citizens of hopes the South that this appeal to his
could unburthen himself. .The kitten merous,to mention will not be in
charge the expenditure. "To which ac vain. It would be reproach
,I RDY a to our Planters
bad finished H. PHILIPS.
squealed like mad before he ,
count do yoy" charge the customhousedrink to meet the fate of Ute Southern Review.
his flowing period and scampered out of f N. B.-CUsHpai for Cotton Hides DeerSkins Of
? said I i the honorable member the last it may be justly said, that it
1, ', theroom. The only ejaculation that was I "To that of stationary replied the door Tallow, )Fui. Beeswax*Moss: Deer CAPT. ;:R. A.. HILL, fered to fall,when it was not only rearing was suf.for
heard t ty in Moms' &c. H. H. P.
from he stood ,
our us well merited
exquisite a fame I
"Then the a'
keeper. 'charge brandy, rejoined VT71TV L run week as literary
once from
a Savannah people
y absolute> astonishment was-"Demme I Ithat's Jacksonville ]an. 1833. 3tf but it also
the member, "to that of fad 5t to Picolata, touching at Darien St; was vindicating the Southern hab
bad !"-[Claremont (NVH.) Eagle. Mary's, Jacksonville and Mandarin. its from, the unjust aspersions
: A MISTAKE.;= ? \GENERAL ORDER; been so liberally, bestowed upon'us out of
"Hoty are ye shipmate ? WILLIAM DUNCAN our
,NovEL CAtcnmo of The
EXPEDIENT FOR ATHIEF. said Jack I country. "Southern 'Agri.culturalist" .
Walking to a lady
.-A short time since, a miller, re- up young TAL, IlASSEE, ." Agent at Savannah in some measure supplies' the
r aiding near Beverly, whose premises had size wore a pair of pantalettes of,uncommon Jf rob 14th, 1835.Governor } January, 1833} 1, place of the,Southern, Review, so far'as regards
{ whose dress somewhat short.
was H. EATO:
and "Com the'circumstances
xr been entered for some 'time nightly) JOHN last alluded to. It
/ 1 and a considerable{ quantity past of corn ,abstracted The lady,conceiving herself insulted,passed -in-Chi of the Militia of the 10 LAND AT ST. PABLO serves u a Register not only of methods of
i on without returning the salutation., A Territory of Florida; constituted and ap- FOR SALE. Husbandry,but also of facts relating to
l hit our
\' upon an ingenious expedient t bystander who" hart witnessed the 'scene, pointed the followin xecutive Staff:- offers 'system of Slavery. The subjects of the deci-
x for the detection of the' otrerid r. The rebuked Jack for addressing such language Tiios. BROWN, to Adjutant General ;r ,THE Subscriber for sale' for cash, or mine, 'the, treatment; the characters of
means of ingress was by putting the' finger to a lady in"the:street. "A'lady, said I HtxarW.esuixoT' ;Quarter-biuterGen. following (good acceptancesthe ,- Slaves, -,are fairly, suited to its and
through bole in the door, which uplifted HECTOR W. BRAUKKPZTXR Leon tract of fine Live Oak ham constitute- pages
Jack, with astonishment,,"why blast } mock land topics as, interesting and important
my on St. Pablo '
a- latch. On the night in question the W. GADTIER., Jackson f Aids-de- Creek, bounded as as which
eyes, I thought. she was an old shipmate, follows'vizon the West ,,Pablo any can engage either our own attention
h : miller act common and it Gzo. S. HAWKI.IS; FGZQ. nklin f by Creek, the
rattrap, with his tarpauling trowsera and monkey Camp. on the North Winslow or attention of those abroad, who
j, inside the door. so that the thief would be E. CHAIEEsc; bin J. the East and by Foster's land, on feel a legitimate-interest in our concerns.

I j obliged to touch it in opening the door J.jacket on. And it is herebyr 'red and ordered,that Taylor, containing South, two by,hundred lands of Cornelius 'The subscriber,begs leave, in conclusion,

Having; taken this precaution, he left it for :; Modesty in a female is the flower all Militia Officer the Territory, respect three acres. For particulars and to thirty to remark, that'if he had not undertaken to
and them sul1.
young obey u apply continue
,(the'night, "and on going the the publication of: this Periodical it
following of which I. D. ,
tender is'the HART
k his : a, shrub, promise of By order of'the G|error,.and Command. or most probably,/would have been"either'''
morning, were realized by re*
expectations JAMES
excellent fruits. To .destroy it, is to destroy er-in-Chief. DELL. moved 'from our'city 'or'' been
finding a fellow suspended from the door the Jacksonville,.Jan.,23. 4tf suspended.
of thousand virtues TaOS.
to Whether
germ a BROWN it will be in his
power to continue it
i by his ,
d finger. The miller after severely! destroy the hope'of society, to commit an Adjutant n. oft Militia of Florida. will'depend not only' on the 'Pecuniary but
admonishing him for the crime, and' taking outrage against nature., The air of the NOTICE. theLiteraryContribatione of Southern Plan.

into consideration: the sufferings the poowretch r world is a burning breath that every day ADJUTART G IERAL'S Orricz, A' LL persons indebted to the subscriber, ,ters. ",He confidently dow leaves,this matter
had undergone,gave him the choice blasts this precious flower.' Tallahueee S arch 14; 1835. .1 ,either by Note or Book account, are requested -' :in their hands, feeling a'full assurance that
,* + -.. ,of abiding i byifjhe ,taw, or a,good horse TT, i. the duty pf Adjutant to to settle the same without delay; and 1 there {is wanting on the'part of, our'Planter,

; whippingJpS: heedless to observe, that i :"You rascal don't .I. report to the iW-. e partment,the number ho credit will be given at my store after the I neither the liberality nor mental energies necessary -
a he preferr the latter alternative, which young why you spellas of effective 5Ii1 i i" :within thin ,10th :March.. HARDY H. ,PHILIPS. to sustain the Southern Agriculturist.
when '
}; t the miller" administered pretty freely, and house?"now as you were in the old to the.end!! that tiw. 'mtd of Arms au&o'rised' ,Jacksonville, March 3.: lOtf A.' -E.' MITJ.F.R, .Pnn1___ _An""H'-
to said ,' be furnished --- Charleston : :i 834.- :
then released him. Territoryf which! S: C. Dec. ,
r"ran't exthackly ,,git ,the hangot this cannot be done fUll} the effective '
strength CHARLES IIOYT offers his Persons desirous of ''
school DR. subscribing can apply
new house of the
Militia is known.
It fna> It is ordered .
.' SiDroes.-There.la: services to the to W.'WILLIAMS
a mysterious feeling inhabitants Savannah or at this
that Well then I'll soon lam you the)bang and'directed' there e, that the Militia Officers of Jacksonville and of Urn section of Florida office. ,
frequently passes like a cloud over the : 8
,of it. "rlr throughout to ,Territory, as .early as u Surgeon a7Ul'PhY8.ci4n.
spirits., It comes upon the t soul in the busy t.ractlcabJe.l.make d and forward "
a roster to Jacksonville Jan. 29 '
bustle. of life, in the ,social i circle! in the Why, dear me, DIr Longswallow, said Brigadier General Hi, of Tallahassee,to be 1835. 5tf THIS; BOSTON' PEARL AND LITERA.

calm and silent retreats pf solitude. Its R good lady, how can, you drink ,down a condensed and sutitted' to ,the Adjutaqt FOR SALE. Published.QAZETTE. Volume Fourth-

powers are'alike supremo over the weak whole quart of that are dreadful bard cider General, that this tceuary information,'so A FEW thousand Seed every ISAAC week C., by PRAY.

and the iron-hearted., At one time it is at a single draught important the Ttory Florida, maybe. -**. M, K.Cane. The 'work will be weekly each
tAU caused by the flitting of a,single thought As soon as the man could breathe again, sent.to the War Dertment.By" ,Jan. 22. PINCKSTON number1: ,
eight large
has .ii across: :the mind.= gain; a' sound! will*,Uie replied, I beg pardon madam, but upon|>> er-in-Chief.order of. the J(vernorand THOS. Command 4tf. -equal\Uo sixty: duodecimo pages quarto-of miscel pages.

come booming across the'ocean of memo-| my soul it was BO hard I couldn't bite it off. 14, Gen. BROWN, GREAT NATIONAL WORK laneous'und original matter, printed on superior '
t I II Militia..
i ry, gloomy,and solemn as the, death-knel I I t .A.'MERICA'N.l\IAOAZINE white paper* with perfectly newt;pe. A

411 overshadowing all the ,bright hopes nnd ,: GENTLEMEN THE FACULTY.-A phy- TREASURR useful handsome title page and correct index will;,
sunny:feelings of the heart. Who can describe sician' lately called o'n a veterinary surgeon ) lustrated Entertaining Knowledge,to be it. be furni'thed; ; and the work at the end of the'

e it, and who hasnot felt its bewilder f9r his bill for curing his horse. The lat TREAS E'S OFFICE by numerous Engramnos. year, will form an excellently printed volum.
> BY
big influence? Still it is a delicous'sort of ter replied, We gentlemen of the faculty Tallahassee'arch', 8th, 1835., \ THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. of four hundred and sixteen pages, eqnpj.tp'

a sorrow ; and like a cloud dimming the sunshine never charge each other .for professional BT an act passetlsl November, 1829, i it TilE, success which has attended the pub three thousand voJ! duodecimo pages ;'i'"The : .
of.the river;; a1thol1gh'mllslng a momentary I services"to is provided tit all Donds'executed by n of the best Magazines from the nme''YjJJ. contain twenty-six.Qfetes! :
shade of gloom, it enhances ti Auctioneers,shall (forwarded by the Judgeof English Press, has led to preparations for is* ofmaslc fW the Piano Forte, &c' eqfial to
c: one hundr.ed'of common'sheet
.. the the suing periodical! more musjc} ;which,
beauty'or returning brightness. NEW GOODS. County Cot to Treasurer of the particularly adaptedVKMt8ndVfe
to the could not be
thatall .tlf the,American purchased separately f br: 'less
Subscriber has for sale the Territory Floridjand Auctioneers 1 lie. pub than five dollars
and the
following WhileswillLbe the ; publibher is determined
shall in h object of the
A* SCENE IN A SCHOOL ROOM.u hat quarterly .commencing on pro
I article of merchandise. make !
? to the work to'procure'the.imple rather than the- ,
studi.ea';do you intend to pursue,?'* said! an Superior Duality Blankets from $" 50 to the under let oath pf.January'ansmit taken tore' to the Treasurer title indicates, it will, nevertheless strictly ,what contain its' complex and! difficult. : V

erudite'pedagogue one day, as a Johnny $5 50 per pair. of all sale effected> ) him some with Judge, a copy all articles of nterest to ita patrons which Although the publisher places Raw entered his school ,room. "Why, A good quality Negro cloth 37 1-2c. pr yd. and at what time the amount appear in foreign lila azine.. dance whatever, in the support of;*U'ft* a literary ..
place and
*s; a shall study read, I 'spose, wouldn't ye?" Irish Linen from 50e to $1.00. the same was,mai p Now,,all ,Auctioneersare for whom E:ten.ive'1 Preparations have been entered paper, from its eD raving ,.&'- there will
i' 44 Yes but will-- Best plaid Homespuns 7 yd. for $1.00 into, both with Artists be presented occasionally plates from
you not: want to read all required to tamotice of, said law and Authors 'to fur- copper
the time ;' are you accustomed with fig 3-4 Homespuns unbleached. lOc per yard, conform to it, or sk upon their Bonds, and Wish, from aU '**? of the Union, Drawing. ana wood of beautiful workmanship and no-

{ urea ?" It','a pity>> 'if I aint, when I've Superior fancy stripes 183 4c. be instituted.. Jutes of the County Courts must and iJJastra'\ions uf every subject of interest, I ish. Already',have appeared a:, beautifully
Silk h'dkfs from 50c to $160, which the publishers engraved portrait of James Fenimo
cyphered clean through adoption." are requested confidently believe will 1 $ Cooper,
"Adop wjout delay, to forward
unbleached 13c enable executed steel and chaste
Shirting per yard by them to issue a work on a vignette titlepage
lion 1 what rule is that p" said the master. the properly certified Iii approved, the Bonds of honorable to its .
piece) or Gy'd. for,one dollar by retail, Auctioneers thl title and acceptable to the American engraved on copper. "
"Why, it'stthe'double' :of Iwb"; and Shirting bleached from lie to 25C pr yd, in "CHARLES possession. I JSkimenuu b People. Its Contents will be various and spirited, as,
'T' according tQ ,adoption, twice four !is two." Fancy dress and furniture calicoes from13c : AUSTIN, -- humber n published I there will be a general record of Occurrences

:' / **,You may.lnke. your' seat,' sir," said'' the to J&c per'yud by the piece Treasurer. eryi to' -Territory:,of Florida. forty and fifty imperial octavo containing between Statistics, Obituary notices, &c. Ac. in<

.v,!! ) master. "And yorf 'may take yours too" SattinetU from 87 l-2c to $1 :juperfine, \' 14 DOLLARS per.&Dn *payable 1D pages adunie., tt,1'w o addition to the,Tals, ellfl1d8,Essays. Tray.

said the pupil; cot it's a-poor rule' that Superfine cloth $4 50 per yard M 'jru 0 E. It comprises-Portraits and Biographical I elling, Literary.. .Fugitive and ]lliswf cal-

t won't., .. work both.ways." White' and'red flannels .from 371-2c. to 4 LL persons are reby notified.that 8ketches of distinguished Americana ;' View. Sketches, Biography, Poetry, &c. making an'
C21-2c peryard.Bed J\. want to the Mt Congress, of March 01 Public Buildings, Monuments, and im" elegant paper.for the parlor,and for the hover

.. ALL oUT.-A gentleman looking at the tickings from 183-4c to 25c per yard, 2d, 1831, entitled, .in ,Act to provide for provemenu; Landscape scenery-the boundless of polite literature, as contributions will be-
last eclipse, remarked he feared it was'go Mosquito netting,good quality $125 pr .,.. the punishment of(sees committed in cut- varlet, and beauty of which, in this secured from some of the,most popular,Ame-

ing but I f ao he called on his neighbor ALso ting'de.troyingo oinr Live Oak and country, will form an unceasing source of in. rican 'authors. ?.;+
his but the good assortment fkncy belt ribbands- other Timber, or reserved for struction and gratification E The work vibe primedjis
get opinion ;; domestic told him naval and '
shirt button--- .
ilk tain
her master had gone out. I will see ewing silk-ball and purposes." Positiv, oof will be required Blrds'ttJV'hncr1WtsSc.![ of as mU9.,reading matter
yourmistress spool { -writing paper-superior do-- of all persons shipj mch Timber that the ,, u, quarto Cape snow published weuanlcrn.
then said the man she has together
ladies white hose
horn States
gone ,- and wood com became has not been m lands the with every subject connected with j' and it can safely and :
out '1 will step in and get some cider .'!lions! cotton umbrellas-and a good aseornment ty of the United ", or from loads proper- History' Natural and Artificial the Geography the cheapest journal ft the

then indeed you cans eirJt is all'' out. ,of whjcM the Timber-T libeea reserved for on of the country,illustrated in*familiar resources Trans-Three dollars per annum as w'
r 1'Jje I will warm mo by your fire, that DRUGS ANA MEDICINES. val purposes. JAMES DELL na- and popular manner, paper is firmly established be paid in"ad

has gone out, sir: then, my dear, let ,me UTThe, above articles are of the best quell Collector, Boston Bewick Compemv. vance. Two dollar. for six months, to b.

stop:with you that you cannot do, my ty, and will b* sold for small advance for January 1,1835.CABINET tf 2 No. 47, Court Street. paid in advance. ; .

CndQUl.bea? : goes out!li cUb or produce., Q::TJtor' or Newspapers throughout the Boston. 1834. .. 1 .
JOHN W. RICHARD. UBE WARE VT ., who will publish the Foregoing I .. '
A Cow /TOT.-The Pawtucket Chronicle Jacksonville,Jan,S3. 4tf FlII E. Prospectus, and notice the contents'oTthf JOHN A. SILLOW' AT,

noticing ttiejfitory! 'of a cow which hfortyone JAMES H. COO No; 100, Broadway Magazine from time to'timeakaU be entitled Real Estate and MertJtn4it Broker, Jfo.$>,

t' calves at one birth,wya-*,This NOTICE. York, offs sale every kind and to the first volume. Ezc\ange-ttreet, Boston, Mass> '

must have been the same cow that was indebted to Not' quality of Sofas-S > SecretariessJl Any person remitfing the Agent 'b mail WIlL attend to the selling and bujiaf
covered up under.a mow bank aU winter, ALLpeflQllJ, are requested me to make by imme-or Cases-TabU all descriptions po-t paid Ten Dollars haS reVeiV. rf,1: Real Estate, in every part of the

1"" -and lived during that time by."cking its8' didte payment to S. Streeter Esq. who Is du Chain of every y-High poet ajad J c copies for one year-and. continued as l on. United State's. People desirous of emigrating

.. own milk-having 19a ned seventy-five ly authorised to receive, tnsj receipt for the French Bedsteads of o&n1ltnd Maple-Js I as the money i. regularly forwarded, from one part of the Union 'another,
pounds of flesh-and finally obtained the Hair and MOM Mat] > _Feather Beds_| A liberal price will be paid 4br can always receive) correct igl'Qraudtm'lT''

r ./;ipfemium'at'the Brighton Cattle;,show for same.T No further.indulgence can be riven. Looking GUssessortment iU-and a full uI I md wen wntteD'articles aPP> C applying-) his office. He will receive orders

j being )be littlest mtfttr;stet wen In this .. ..: JOHN. WARREN.Jacksonville house.. of very' lessary" to furnish. 1 SS! 01 national> .-awjSLS for ytttoaskilads' of Merchandize, denypud {
r T5U.- ** < I an; part of the Union., Communication
,' nAI'tL..... w March 99./ 315' April: t 3wl5 .ix' .reettved a\. -V>> addressed to him wUITw. promptly attended,
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