Jacksonville courier
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028424/00031
 Material Information
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 21, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002025285
oclc - 09263722
notis - AKL2850
lccn - sn 82016251
System ID: UF00028424:00031
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Jacksonville courier and Southern index

Full Text
.. r '
Y Y. .

F \ .

; : S'. .

.... ,
".1'. ,
hid I

I tllalt ,

egare ilh'lculJ it, :. c lS0nbi.] J'

e he haa1m its; It quritr. '

'it-' ... .

bn) ,, .

such NUMBER .
' n_ ,

e'geFt this: JACKSONVILLE, COURIER, PUBLISHED BT AUTHORirr. Sec. 6. De fu .. : !
her enacted
That tho President
iseful ,
A WEEK whereupon they shall commence Sec. 18. Bo it further ) That
ONCE BY said Directors enacted I
' POBtlSHED shn have on ;
8tab.tperi. power to call in tho operations of the said bank and tho r I'I"
LAWS ; failure to redeem} its bills in '
instillments during
L. CURRIER & CO. sai subscriptions hot cxceedin annual election for Directors shall take the office hours ] :
ticulthese. OF THE tout JJars uring any sixty days place the first I of tho bank, on demand I
on in in
half. Monday January therefor the
payable r1y charter shall bo
nmu.' TERMS: -$4 Single per? year paper812 ceats. ye TERRITORY OF FLORIDA.PASSED on giving, p hJie 'otice thereof, and on each and'Ory year : Provided, never- the Governor forfeited and 11 i',
threo receivers
failure of
ia advance. | t, AT THE THIRTEENTH SESSION BEGUN nn ub riber to pay the same, theless, that should it at any time J happen,. who shall bo moy'anpoint
nary Advertisements inserted, and contracts to institute sui therror in the authorised: to take the effects rh}!
name of the that election
AND an for Directors
reasonabl'e HELD AT.THE CITY OT TALLAHASSEE should not bo of said '
aIto. advertising, on bank as soon as practicable there- s 1 1nffitl
made for yearly ON MONDAY/ company, and i ccorer the same by actionof made upon day when to this ,In.l _. __. .. s *
ow1icu": JANUAXT 5th, AND any. pursuant. _.., tf\ ". ... *%* Ita t4lV! 1 k* l
debt in u *
c tz '
, terms. communications by mail M nay* be addressed I* ENDED SATURDAY, PEBRUARr14th,1835.: any and bourf ho ; having competent, jurisdiction I act-- !H ougm 10 'nave been made- the Corporation ;1tit shall i; i bo| the; duty utKiiioj of said uuu receiversto ju a uvii :h
All ; transfer of shares
It, JI! to ,E. WILLIAMS; Editor of the Cou- JOHN II. EATON Go ernor. be made unless the transfer shall bo shall I i to be dissolved shall not but for that cause bo deemed apply the assets of said bank in a rateable I I I

.trabut. = tier,-postage in ail cases,, to belaid.AOESTS '.: 1);: GEORGE K.WALKER,Sec; oftl.e Territory. of by. th Directors. and the trans-approved place at any timo, thereafter.said election may take proportion. between, the whole of its creditors. J : ,

JOHN WARREN, President the Council. feree shall give Jy promise, in writing, to Soc"6. Be it further \
any FOR THE COCWER. all future instalments enacted, That, the Sec. 1J). !lo it further.enacted, That tho .
e ofiare -- pay on which a like stockholders to the said bank,their BUOOOB- I
FLORIDA.jjL- CHAP. 834. [No. ,xt.] Jin act to incorporate action may be brought. sore and assigns, shrill be, nnd they are make President and Cashier of said bank, shall, ",'. '
ed jJuffustWe-Jolm Gray, Esq. P. M. the Pond Sec. 7. Be it further '' an annual statement to the Governor .,
: St. enacted
;; Crtek and Black-water That this hereby created a bodyipolitic:. and
n-E; A'..Cohen,Eeq P.M. act' shall''continuo corpo. of this Territory, on the 'first day W tho
- in Mandar P. M. River'' Canal Company. i irw force"t''' I1\rsTO ra to.hy thin name and st lo of the Bank of session qf jl
Esq. Council in
hiswill Mwnansme- Elhst, and until every ;
Spring llO'DJ,
inlJ'' nF.Ollr.lA. and Legislative Q ----- Council- -n_ nf__ thn___ Territory__...;._. nf_. !" . day. of .January. one. thousand, bank i the amount. of, annum, nr.lnnllv. in tin.!. \
first Florida Ezekiel Approved, >b. 14th, 1835. eignt Hundred and sixty, and by tho name vault on --- --- ---- no
JlfarwV-A. iiEsq.. P. M. That'Joseph Forsyth, E. day ; and also ,a full accountof
Savannah' -9. Philbrick, Esq. Simpson, and Timothy' Twilchell, and CIIAP. 832. No. 'In and stylo aforesaid, shall be and are here all other notes, hills of exchange, and, '
[ xii.] act to amend the by made( capable in law to have t
'his .'!acorn Edmund Russell. their associates, who may become subscri- ,purchase, all other securities whatever duoto, or
acts '
several incorporating the Twon receive
} in bers hereinafter mentioned of enjoy, and retain' to them- said
as and their owing by bank, and tho "said Preri-'
tersOf' :;::::[From the Boston Mercantile Journal.] assigns and successors shall be and are Jlpalachicola. selves and successors, lands, rents, tenements dent und Cashier shall, at the timo;stato j

LICENSE LAWS.BY hereby' constituted a body corporate< .3Uf- the name of The Pond creek and block- and Legislative'Council of the Territory of effects, so far as .may be necessity: to tho made ore just and true, and that the amount iso j
for REV. JON PIERPONT. water Her canal company," and as such Florida, That so much of the act incorpo- use of said bahk and so far as tray be received stated to bo in the vaults of said lank is
lib-pie, I"We license thee, for so'much gold, shall be capable' in' law to purchase, receive rating tho Town of'Apalaehicola, as givesto and purciinsed by said bank in sat- not in stock notes, and those statement, HO :
ave I Said they who filled St! Peter's chair, ,enjoy; and hold property, real and the'said Town' Council' the power of isfaction or security of any debt..,duo' the made] 'and sworn to, before any justice of

our l"To put away thy,wife, who's old, personal, of all kinds soever necessary to regulating Auctioneers a id Auctions, be, same ; and tho same to grant, demise, alienate tho peace of the county, shall IMJ forwarded
gri- 1 And take one who is young,and fa.ir-:: carry into"effect the objects of said corpo- and the same is hereby r pealed ; and all 'or dispose of to sue and be sued, to tho Governor of the Territory to ho bl'him '
thereo appointments of Auction ers made by the plead and bo implcadcd, answer and be laid before
dome ration: as hereby,declared, and the same to the Legislative Council
I For public good requires a* grant,sell, mortgage, and dispose of and to ,said Town Council, taro t hereby declaredto I answered, defend and bo defended, 'in within tho first week of its succeeding '
It I To swell, like Heaven's, for us at Rome.1'For sue aDd be sued, plead and be impleaded, be null and void, and Lercaltor it shall courts of record, or in any other place session. "**.
I lorour in'aU courts by their said not be' lawful for any pcison to exercise whatever ; and also to make, use, nnd have 1'nNsetlFeb.loth,1835. rlt
license thee name '
"' much corporate i
so gold, we ,
other the duties of Auctioneer ithin the corporation a common seal, and the same to break, altar -
in this andto Approved Fob. 14tli 1835.
corporations Territory, ,
;ci- So our laws-" a draught to sell, limits and renew at also
say make h common seal and alter the samoa of the said T >wn of Apclach- their'plensure, and :! .
our That bows the strong,'enslavesthe free, pleasure, and to ordain and establish all icola except such person as have been to ordain, establish, and put in execution, Ciur. xiv. [No. 831, Jlnarttortviveaiid. \- ]

mdmt And opens wide'the gates of hell, by-laws, rules, and regulations, not incon- regularly appointed by tI i Governor and such by-laws, or ordinances, and regulations, amend an act, entitled an act to incorporate -,

at- I For public good requires that some, sistent herewith or tho other sialutes of this I'Legislative Council.; as shall seem necessary and convenient for a company, entitled the Ji'ascista and
ho Since toSny die, should live by Rum." Territory, or the, constitution of.the United : Sec. 2. Be-it' further enacted. That 'so the government of said corporation, not Jliucilla Navigation Company.
being contrary the laws of this
much 'of the "Act to a lend tho several to Territory
States and acts lie it enacted
o Congress. by the Governor and Legislative -
on |Ye civil Fathers ,while the foes acts incorporating the To vn of Apalachi- of tho United States ,
Sec. 2. Be it further Council of the of Florida
enacted, That,the Sec. Territory -
cola and for other February 7. Bo it further enacted That the
s ,
Of this'Destroyer seize their l swords, purpos passed That an act entit ud. inror-
tot capital stock of said company shad be ten 15th 1833 and roved Directors of the bank for the time being nn act to
> : February '
I And Heaven's own hail is in the blows thousand dollars, in shares of one hundred ap shall have pbrnte a company / tltled' tho Wascissaand
16th\1833 to cashier and
as divests the latendant of the power appoint a '
red. cut the cords dollars each with the privilege of increas- Aucilln Navi at/on Company, passed, .
They're dealing-will ye Town bf Apalachicola of Aho powers of a such.other officers as,may bo deemed necessary ,
it, I That round the falling Fiend they draw, fua the same if necessary ,to thirty thou Justice of the Pence. hr bud the is to tho use of.said cornorntion. and February 3d, 1831,fa hereby revived, ex-
0 same .
,... .
said :dollars ;and for '- -- nnv n"1. nn Me II"i *I'nf nO! Ie. .t.a.... "..........'
'ut I And o'er him hold your shield of Law ? : ; : subscriptions said hereby repealed,: and th t hereafter the to allow said ,cWhi! '. and other officers act altered(nnd amended..J 1' 1'-'
stock shall be are
opened at the of Pensa-
inter city i said Intendant shall hav the and compensation rs may be reasonable.
I And will ye give to man.a bill cola, on the third Monday in March, under exercise all the duties of I'i Justice power'of, the Sec. 8. Be it further enacted That each Sec. 2. Be it Air her enacted.! That, tllq'J, i '

lat I Divorcing him frqm Heaven's high sway, the superintendence ot'said John Forsyth, Peace within' the corpora on limits of tho share may be represented by a vote, and names bo substituted of Daniel in tl 1 ird first and Aclllllo'l\1 rat"
rs, Ezekiel D t section for those'of .
I And while God thou shalt not kill""- E. impson'and Timothy Twitch- said Town of Apalachic la, and shall be any stockholder ma; appoint another his '
_says Samuel Priolcai and '
ie- ell, 'or and two of them ha commissioners.and __ _. 1 Abraham J.; Ca-
I or under his '
her'proxy, her band
01' 'n .n -' nnnnn entitled to'charge and receive the' or, and I
st. ? same ,. '
bell I "
gpld wince
decease .
Say may may ;
ye ya. ye be kept open for ten days ; and each fees as are allowed to(Justices of the Peacein seal, who shall)) have 'mid 'wroroiao-all-*)*. '
Compare the body'with: the i soul !r, subscriber shall pay twenty-five cents per this Territory. rights and powers which said stockholder fourth ocra.-/wn"lUrtlier section of the
Compare the bullet with the bowl! share at the time ofsuLhscrrbm g, and if an Passed, Feb. 9th 1835. could have bad and enjoyed. forwanl road follows saidhct shall bcnce- .1' +
11'lis as : that the said
excess of subscription is made the same Sec. 9. De it further'''enacted That the corn'I
Feb. 14Ji 1835.M !t
' In which is felt the fiercer blast shall be sealed, or reduced,pro rata amongall ApprovedCHAP. stockholders shall be hound both hi their the pony said shall Wnscifinn have the right to C and make I : .'

Of the destroying Angel's breath ? the subscribers,liy said commissioners, body and Individual for and Au villa rivers ,
829. [No; xm. .I1na.ct incorporate capacity navigable for boats drawing tint less I
\... Which binds its victim the more fast? on tho expiration of said ten days,and said the Bank of Jackso ville. the ultimate redemption of all the issues eighteen inches of Iho than I
water from
- Which kills him with the deadlier death? commissioners shall have ihe same privi- Sec 1.Bo it enact! dby tlio Governor and debts of tho bank.. the Wnsciflun to the Gulf, Mexico}iced the of k\\

Wlllye the felon4 fox restrain, ledge of subscribing as other persons.Sec. and Legislative Coun il I of the Territory of Sec. 10. Be It further enacted, That the rest of the section without alteration. y
3. Be it further enacted, That on said bank shall bo allowed to demand and
Florida That a Bank shall be establishedat Sec.4. Be it \
. ftirthor
h And y'ettaka bfflhe tiger's. chain ? the first enacted, That tho
the subscribers !
Monday April next, receive interest on all nnncr discounted.
at Jacksonville, by th and style of eleventh section of said act is J.-
,ei 1- The Ii ving'to'111e'rotting dead ,who have paid said twenty-five centson the Bank Jacksonv le ; the capital stock and all monies loaned, at tlio rate of eight pealed. hereby..re-.
1e i each share, shall I choose from themselves thereof 'to per centum .per annum and nolJIore,undcr
- The God-contemning Tuscan tied, not exceec .seventy.five'thou- Sec. 5. Bo it further enacted, That:this
A five Directors'who shall select a sand dollars, divided into'shares of ono a penalty a forfeiture of tho charter,' charter of of 'I
Till the his bed incorporation shall ho forfeited .
by ,
or on ,
way, President and Treasurer for caid
in> corporation hundred dollars each. Sec. 11. Bo it further enacted,That when if after threo
from the
date of tho
The,poof c, rpse- arrier drooped and died- and such other officers as be necessary other bank ,or corporation years ..
Il may Sec. 2. Be funbe nacted,That books any company, passage of this bill, the Mid '
Lash'd hand to hand and face to face and the corporation shall be then shall this hank and demand company
Je, ; for receiving subscript ns of stock in saidbank apply at speciein not begun the improvement of said avers
.. ;
toee In fatal, and in loathed embrace. considered as fully organized ; and the on giving thirty days previous public payment of the bills, or notes which said or if after such time it 'Juts abandoned such

said commissioners shall' forthwith pay notice thereof shall be k ,opened on or be- bank, company corporation may hold on improvements after Iwpinning them. '
: Less cutting, think ye, is the thong over. the subscriptions to the Treasurer of fore the 10th day of Mar n.xt.ln: the town this bank tho paid notes or bills may be paid Passed, Feb. 4ih, IMS) <

to That to a.'breathing'corpBOf' ; for life, i I said corporation. I 1 II of Jacksonville, under toe superintendenceof off in notes<< or bills which this bank may Approved,,Feb. IHh, 1835. "
'h, Lashes, in torture loathed and long, Sec. 4. Be it further]! enacted, That in Wro. J. Mills, Milo K. Pjnckston, Wm. bold upon'such bank,companyorcorporalion 1 t

as The drunkard's child,the drunkard's_wife? all elections and on all (questions decidedby Rider, Stephen EC jy and Isaiah J). Hart, ; and tho cashier of this bank may,demand CHAT, 838. [No.. xv.] An act to incorpo* .

eta clasp thai clay-to breathe that breath. the stockholders each share shall be en- and said books sha I ue kepi, open until the an oath in writing, of the person presenting rate .the Methodut Episcopal Church in '
And titled to, one vote ; and'" she stockholdersshall whole amount off lid stock shall be subs said bills or -note, for payment, ,St. Jlvgiuline.! i
{ O that is death !
- no escape !- ordain and establish as empoweredin scribed. that such bills or notes,' so presented for Sec.; 1. Be it priactcd l by the Governor .t ai

ne-- Are ye not fathers? When your soqs the first section hereof,; all rules, regula- Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That beT payment are not the property of any bank- and Legislative Council of the Territory of C t

11r Look to you fbrtKeir daily bread, tions and by-Jaws, for the government of fore issuing any bijls or before the bonk tag company,or corporation.Sec. ., Florida,' That Joshua Joyner, Chancy

I'P Dare' in load, with stones said corporation, and the Directors ,and goes into operations: twenty-tire per cent. 12. Be it further enacted, That the Willnrd, James I. helm, George Petty; i
ir I'e ye other officers thereof; and to fix the rate of shall be paid in, oft the 'amount of each President and Directors shall not at any Nicholas, Morgan, Michael\ Blown H. H.Holimnn I
The table that for them ye spread?, toUs and the Directors make further share in United bills the time be author 8ed issue :
I'S' ; may specie, States or to a greater amount ,' Win. Bcordcn, and William ; ''r
}How can ye hope your sons will live, by-laws,not inconsistent herewith' ,for their bills of specie paying.banks. than three times the amount of Mills, and their successors in office, shall
Irye, for fish, a serpent give \ own government; and said Directors shall See. 4. Ba it further enacted, That after specie actually-in the vault of mid bank be, and they ere hereby declared to he o '
serve one year or until others are electedin the whole amount of stock shall have been Sec. 13. Be it further enacted, That upon body corporate, by the name 'and style of !
S'n 0, Holy God 'let light divine their stead, according [to such bylawsand subscribed foran<| twenty-five per centum application for that 'purpose, from Arsons "the Trustees of the Methodist\ Episcopal ,j ;r!

S't. Break forth more broadly from above, regulations, as the stockholders .may paid in, on the sai,}e, the said commissioners holding two thirds of Die stock in said Church In the City of Bt.: "Augustine," called I

Till We Conform'n.__nor___ _laws_n_ tn__thina____ ,?_ ordain as aforesaid.Sec. shall give notice thereof in all the bank, the Directors for the time being, on Bethel Church." and that the said)
The perfect law of Truth and Lore; 5. Be it further enacted, That the newspapers printed in the Eastern Districtof giving three months notice, ntny require n Joshua Joyner C. Y/illard, J. S. Belle, t
1.: For Truth and Love alone objects and purposes of this incorporationare Florida, for the space of thirty days; calling further instalment on said tock, of twen George Petty, N. Morgan, Michael\ Blown,
I r- Thy can save the excavation and making of a canalto upon the stockholders for a further in- ty-five per centum ; but this demand shall II. H. Holiman, Wm. Bearden, and Wm. I

.. -children from a hopeless grave. connect the waters of Pond creek with stalment oftwenty- ve per cent. to be paidin not be made, unless by consent of ell the Mills, and their successors In office, shah)

'Mezentius. See Virgil,mead viit.481-491. those of Black-water river, in 'the countyof gold or silver, and upon receipt thereof stockholder, more limn once in twelve he Inviiited with 'all manner of property
-'i Escambia, so that the 'same may be they shall make affidavit t before the Judgeof months f and that if any person or persons both' real and I(eI'fl4'naJanl.hall have full ;

c made navigable ; of such dimensions and the County Court J3uval county, that fail to pay for stock by them subscribed, power to lieU, and dispose of, and transfer
, QUAINT OVERBS.-Eat and drink with depth ; and with such gates, locks, and the sum thirty-seven thousand five bun- when said Instalment i i. required, the President the name, with all moneys due, or to grow

Iettritend, but transact no business with other works ; and from and to such points, dred' dollars has been paid in; which offi- and Directors may paw an order due, donation Lifts, hereditament, .privilegea -, '
P intt, :? : is not by saying honey, honey,that on said creek and said river, as said corpo- davit shall be published in a newspaper in forfeiting all payments that may have been immunities whatever,which roajrbelong 1
SWeet comes to the mouth ; he who expects ation shall deem expedient-and said cor- the towyi of Jacksonville, and it shall be made by said,stockholders. 'to the raid Church; and all monies
friend without faults will never find one ; poration hereby given powerand author- the duty of the commissioners aforesaid, at Sec. 14. lie it further enacted, That the that have been or may hereafter be given f 1

though the tongue has no bones, it often ity to enter upon and take, and use any the expense of the subscribers,to exchange hills of the bank shall be redeemable at the granted, or conveyed, or transferred, for
yaks bones ; he who weeps for every land, over, or on which it niay be"necessary that j brt of the subscription made in the banking house, during office hours,'on demand rebuilding the said Church, or for building .
ibdy soon loses his eyesight ; to live quiet- tomato e.wl'canaJ, or within 'fifty feet bills of specie paying bankf, into gold or in gold or nil ver. a new church in the city of 8u Augustine, ,
I' one should be blmd",deaf and dumb; thereof; and make excavations, fell trees, silver., Sec. 15. Be it further enacted, That said to have and to hold the same for the proper
6e'who rides a borrowed horse does not and take and use any earth, stone or other Sec. 5. Belt further enacted, That upon bank stock, shall pay the same rate of tax: use end behoof of the laid church I and ..

. ride often ; a wife[ causes the prosperity or materials there, being necessary to construct the receipt of the fifty J per centum as aforesaid as is now,or may hereafter he imposed,on the mid Trustees and their successors in
fro ofa house f a friend is often more val- said canal or the works appurtenant and its conversion into gold or silver, the stock or profit of,other banks in this office, shall be, and they are hereby declared -
liable> than a relative. It is difficult to take thereto; said corporation making compensation it shall be the duty of the said commissioners Territory. to b* rtipable of suing And being
a''ollby the ear to the owners of such private land, to give twenty days notice to the stOCk- Sea. 16. lie it further enacted, Tha\the aped l, of using; all neeemary legal steps for

to,be ascertained by jury of twelve men, holders to meet for the choice of five Directors cashier shall be required to give bond and recovering and defending any property: ., '
"The ingratitude of mankhidissomeetiimes upon' writ of ad quod darnnurn to be i issued ; and the said Director, then and security In the arm of seven thousand dollars whatever I which the said church may hold+ .. ,,' J

. **jged as an 'excuse for neglecting !good by the Escambia county, there chosen, shall be capable of'serving for the faithful performance of. hit claim, or demand, and !is herein secured it' .' .. ,,
r&oeat but it is the business of a man tojnomi directed to the sheriff of said county, on one year from the date of said election, or dut}'. or otherwise; and also with power to make '

his own past not to :answer for the application of the party injured, upon until their successors are appointed; and gee. 17. Be it further enacted That this all,JtfceMury regulations and rules, and to, fas
, o returns which others may.or-may not, 84 trial, in such manner as the said Judge the Directors thus elected, shall at their act stall be in force from and atiCr iLl p receive in their own name or otherwmo s j

disposed to make. : may direct first meeting choose from their body a.I. sage. .*JH, f well, the, jaid money as* ether* roert d l' 5 ,


'ill'6. .



.. .: -...... .... -' .. ., a ..-.. -,-.. ,
; -
.. r- .
u ,. .. -- n' .. -
r .
= i -- -._
---- _
'" . l 1III14
: .
:"' L ::. :" :L T-

......... -.. .. ---' .. .. ,..
')7. nJl.iI: --....,... .. -.f1Ptm -, .. .. .. T T



i ,

., J' t ,

," .
1, c >

ge'nttemJ' Orleans only a few days since for Georgia. body, though Mr. Townsend was
the Chamber
To yet ;
i1JlI1 with all rents, issues! and profits of tho sors as aforesaid shall also have. die power conclude, Jenkins is described as being about six feet at the date of our last accounts elite
lands other ,es- to fix the rates of wharfage, appoint and having to pass upon so give a question is Mrt
came, or any moneys, or dark and hair and between 25 Townsend on 'the
thereof. dismiss their agent or agents and all such not, in so far as her dec SD$ is liable to be high, eyes hearing report of the
thereto or pert and
Into belonging any The civil authori- her
and 30 of guns husband
collition that is required years age.k (W
Sec. 2. Be it, further enacted, That incase other persons as the interest of the company judged by others, in a made his relief when the
of' Texas have possible
ties every nssassinsj
of death removal, or resignation may require in their service ; to fix by the national ignity. Reflect ) made ref
by is
vacancy in exertion to effect his arrest but without No cause assigned, tor the !
be assault
i. that placed
declare determination nnd
it shall be the duty of the remaining their salaries of compensation, to your fiu hope the
we perpetrators of this diaMoutrage
suitablo dividends stockholders, and to the face of the correspo eDCO of Mr. Livingston success.; }
elect -
Trustees among
to a
person > of will he
the affairs of the which holds urtjhreats,as the sole The editors and publishers papers captured. and brought
said who generally
or.persons, to fill vacancy; manage the State of Georgia, are requested condign punishment. The
i shall be and are hereby declared to be vest- company and shall hold their offices mode of finishing the ontter, (buzzing in throughout vigilance or
the of the to give immediate publicity to the our citizens ought to be awake !
ed with all to carry he until their successors' shall be elected and the centre) who writes feat tone ana the
. : intended necessary by powers this act, fully into qualified ; but any wharf erected and established message may induce h, favorable vote, foregoing statements.-[Mobile.. Commercial severest animadversion-Of. the law visited
purposes the
effect. of to be erected and established (more buzzing in'the cfitre.) I have the Adv. 'on of those armed assassins,wti!

' ; Sea 3. Be--it further enacted, That if nt within the limits of the city of St. Augustine correspondence, and till read it. (The I Courier. go prowling about the country, in search
time the property owned by said shall be subject to the ordinances and center-but you are di ussing the merits.) [For the ] of objects on which to, gratify their thin
any church shall exceed the sum of forty thou- by-laws of the corporation of said city, and The dignity of Franc must not be.commuted THE UWANEE, SPRINGS.' for blood.-[Wetumpka Times.

sand dollars, such excess shall accrue to, especially shall be so subject as to the rates by"a decision worthy of it the This delightful retreat offers a'strong inducement : =
and become the property of and be invested ofwharfage, charged, or to be charged for adoption of the projett must not be ascribed tq the inhabitants of the Territory 'The Courier ,
in this Territory. I the use of,any such wharf. to any thing but a conviction' that it and th adjacent States, to fly from
f Passed, Feb. 12th, 1835. !. Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That all is right, If it is rejected;it nust be in such the buisy sc nes of life, and spend a few THURSDAY' MAY 2;. =
i. Approved, Feb.'13th, 183.). vacancies which may occur in said boardof manner that the spirit of justice may not weeks duric j 'the summer months on the : '' L H -
Directors by death, resignation, removal be mistaken for a sentimoit of wounded banks of th Suwanee. Capt' Francis J. Below,a the return of votes for Delegate-=
CHAP. 838. [No. xvi.] An act'to incorporate or otherwise, shall be filled by a generalelection dignity, (symptoms of inpatience in the Ross formerly) of thts place,is the proprietor so far as the' have come to our knowledge
the St. Augustine Wharf Comip4ny. of the stockholders, of which, it I centre.' )-I have one vnfd to add, (the of the springs; four years'' have elapsed We again insert the balloting as given in
shall be the.duty of. said,board of Directorsto centre, Ah! from the lefty let the speaker since this gei,tleman entered the forest and of 7th which added our
_3 it enacted by the Governor and Legislative give, at least, ten days notice, signed by proceed, these interruptions are indecent.)) felled the first tree; on the land where his paper lay, to the others
: Council of tho'Territory of Florida their'---- President In' Treasurer.__ ____n _'. specifying AI.' Derrver-I add tut a word' and extensive, buildings* have been erected. gives a majority for ,Col. White, over eithelof
Tint the said company be, and the I the time and place nttwhich such election that is to express my/surprise at these Since that time be has made'additions the other-;candidates' of 5CG. There can
same Is hereby1made a.body coporauby ;era be held, and to, appoint, suitable per- murmurs and i interruptions. In the tbe'principal .J1)IUJs10g.J'Qd out houses until .be scarcely a, doubt of hiss re-election. The
i tho name and style,of the U Augustine sons to superintend) nune. American louse'of Representatives, the his establishment hashecomti'sufiicrently term of service is two years. There maD
'WharfConipmy"and by that name, all Sea 11. Be it further enacted, That no national susceptibility of France has been extensive accommodate one hundred plans of improvement in which are ;
hereafter shall become shall be drawn from the of otherwise appreciated., Ilr. Clayton blam- East Florida
'who now are, or money treasury and fifty guests ; he.hns'. spared neither expense -
'subscribers and members of said company said company unless the account for the ed the message, saying it could only bave nor trouble to render it not only has deep interest, and which we hope will

and their successors and assigns shall bo payment of which the same shall be drawn, the effect of interrupting negotiations, and comfortable but in every respect worthy of receive the attention of the successful candi.

capable in law to purchase, receiye, enjoy 'shall have been approved and audited by that certainly the French Chambers wouldnot the attention and patronage of the commu date. While !Northern capitalists are making

"I ,and retain to them, and their successors, the Directors or a majority ",them. vote 25 millions under a threat. Thusin nity. To those who'seek pleasure and investments here, we, surely, should net be
lands and tenements, goods, chattels, and Sec. 12.| Be it further enacted, That no America, did they assume, that the gaiaty, the society and amusements of the : dilatory in cherishing their .
effects, of what kind soever, and the same Directors of said company shall be entitled French Chambers would, out of self-re- springs will present a sufficient'attraction' disposition to adVance
sell and dispose' of. toe to Vote -contract in which he spect, act-(much, applause from the extremetres. our mutual prosperity.,
to grant, mortgage,; upon any may and to the valetudinarian, the bengficiajresult. .I.. ;/.* ,.
-suo, and be sued, defend, and be defended, be concerned or engagad with the the .) of the waters affords a strong inducement s=
to make and use a common seal, and, at company,: or upon any question, which It is not, I think, asking too much to invite ; the location is truly beautiful I 3 w 01 q.;.
pleasure to break or alter')the same, to ordain may arise in relation thereto or be an inSpector the Chamber to wait for the 'decisionof and romantic, the Suwanee river Sows '', t> ti .... .:I.
( establish, and put in execution such of any work in which he may the Americar Congress upon the last smoothly and quietly within fifty yards of CI ::; Z
by-laws rules and regulations as ,may he have been concerned or interested as afore- message. This an not,be long delayed. Duval, 231 4 0 22!
the,_,- nrincinal. building. _its._ banks are___ high Rf... T .Vino'. W .1Q... r. .r. .
-- -- -
and the the 4th of March .u U
deemed necessary expedient for Congress must ree on and command extended i
said.Sec. an prospect, they
government. of said body corporate: Provided 13. Be it further enacted, That the the resolution adopted before its rise must form a pleasant retreat during the heat of Leon Mosquito, 100 24",0 226 0 0

they be not contrary to the Consti- said board of Directors may, at any time then soon be known to us.. (Different the day shaded by the 'forest trees, and in Gadsden18,3; 130 220 74 71
tutftn> and laws ol'the United.States, or the call for the sum of one dollar and not more movements-agijation.$ ) the I cool of the evening, tempting those Jefferson, / 77 141 120 18-5
:Haws of the Territory., upon each and every share of capital stock President' of t\\e\\ Council. (SI. de Brog- who are fond of exercise to ramble by the Madison, t 31 20 21 2
r Sec. 2. Be it further enacted), That the of said company by giving, at least, ten lie.) ,Before coning to his conclusion the side of the limpid stream. The ,aunos" Columbia, 4 10'J'J! 22
1 'capital stock of said company shall consistof previous notice thereof signed by last speaker has !reated so many different phere is said to be remarkably and Jackson, ."244 36 78 14
hundred shares often dollars each : their President or Treasurer, and if the said questions (ironic tl I laughter on the right,) I the vicinity of the springs is pronouncedto pure Franklin, ? 40 37 17 81
Provided,that the said company have OW- I sum shall not be paid at the time 1 appointed that I know not f'my memory will serveto be one of the most healthy of Flo Washington, ,., .-' 12 3 0 0
cr, by vote of two thirds of all its membersto : in such notice, the stockholder, failingto recall and ansiver; them all, (buzzing on rida. The waters have never parts been accu- : ':Vll94
incroaoe the number of shares five the left. I think the shortest the Total 612'What 2i2
to : pay the same, shall forfeit each and every ) simplest rately analyzed but they no doubt form
Le hundred, and the capital stock to five thou-. share on which ,the same shall not be and the clearer"node, will be to resume with considerable, a
sand dollars. I the facts since the a strong chalybeate, a has become of the Savannah SteamBoat
paid at the expiration of the said ten days, .Presidents Message was peradditc' n of sulphur The most beneficial -
Sec. 3. Bo it further enacted That to and all the money heretofore paid on each known in'Franc!!. effects have resulted from, their use in to this. river? With the best telescopein
I manure the affair of mid compass y a board of said shares shall become the property of This message jl should begin by saying, chronic complaintsparticularly in obstinate the place, nothing can be discovered of

of ,Directors shall bcl, appointed by the and inure to the use of, the residue ofthe was nof a :men re from government to and long seated cases of rheumatism which tier. Strangers who are waiting to take pas
f stockholders, at an election to be held ,on stoc hol ers.J government s not an act of Executive
have resisted the usual remedies in think we ought to take out the adver
I ; nerv- sage
the first lllonday ,of December, in each authority, for th President only exercises
Sec. 14. Be it further enacted That this
ous complaints; the use of the water, together tisement., of "
They complain worst
it 1. year, between the hOrs of' 10'.o'clock, act shall be liberally onstructed for the this authority cc (jointly with the Senate ; with the cold bath have .
, r, i'4. '. A. M. and 2 P.M. at such place, and un- benefit of said compa y and;for the so that to spea rigerously, the French effective. The waters proved very kind." Gentlemen of the Steam Boat Com
: pur-
operate as a gentle
der the :superintendence' of such ,persons 'pose of carrying into ,effect the objects government mignt have been ignorant of. cathartic, and are highly serviceable when pany,give us somctntnrr,if it is nothing more
as the Directors of said company,* for the thereof. the message,,(HaUghter.) In no case could the stomach has ,been deranged particu- than'a wherry, or a: lumber='?'flat."
f time being, may appoint.. it require axpIan trail, since it was wholly '
Passed Since
the above was the
when there has been rea'dt..for ,
.Bec..4.- it tbrttrerrenacwd,' That" larly I a tendency to press
iru domestic affair a ,
Approved a purely'iiiuuicipal actHilarity
Jan. 29th 1835.
t shall be elligiblo to the office of Director ? ( on the left, and an exclamation dyspepsia. ,the'Steam'Bd'at DariVn'made,her appearance
t rfJ.{ ;" "\ in said company,. who is not a permanent "It municipM corredion.) What did theFrench Capt. Ross has constructed ,a forcing at our place, laden principally with suppliesfor
.' : J, ,resident of the city of St. Augustine LATE FROM FRANCE. government do? Not having any pumpso as to enable him to procure the Water the military station at Camp King. From

1" :1"! ,and .stockholder' to the amount of:. The Silvia de', Gram, from Havre at right to ask fexplanoions it evinced, that is overflowed.when the river He is so high that the spring her commander, Mr. Hubbard, recently of
11 ..fiveebares. New York brings Paris to the 30th the used bad been felt constructed an extensive
language recalling
papers by I the Florida, we learn that the latter Boat will
Sea 5. Be It further enacted That' in inclusive. range of'plunging and shower
March The report on the Ame- its Am or. -Tbis was the strongest :
voting for Directors, each stockholder rican Treaty was presented to the Chamber measure it coup adopt, and it was baths ; the grounds are laid out with great probably resume her trips in all the month of
be entitled to one vote for each and every on the 28th M. Dumont as Chairman adopted. What happens ? The message ; taste, and the shrubbery which is now only June. She is nowundergoing: repairs. The

share which ,he, she, or they may own, of the Committee; read the report, whichwas of the President did not become the act of in its infancy, will. give an additional charmto Darien was chartered for this time only.
and shall have the right of voting by proxy, a detailed analysis of the ground on the I government-tie Chamber did not the scenery.; The main building is admirably There is a story in circulation that the

the. said proxy being a stockholder. which the 25,000,000 had been stipulated. adopt the suggestion made to them by i constructed, the ball i is large and Steamer Dolphin, Capt. Pennoyer, i i. to run
t Sec. 6., Be it further enacted, That each It concluded with a bill for the appropriation. General Jackson- tlis was a disavowal of airy and the dinning room will accommodate -
sl -and every Director of said company shall, his language, (confuted noise.) I a party two hundred, it will also be regularly from and after the let of October,

before entering upon tho duties of his of- The committee propose the adoption of It is-said Mr. Livingston suggested the I appropriated as a lull room-most of the from Charleston to this place,and that aland
lice, take anil subscribe the following oath the law with the following amendments :' notice of intimidating France by threats. chambers are separate and apart from the communication will be connected with it,to

,'', affirmation, to wit '"1 A.B do solemnly ,Art. 1. The Minister of Finance is authorized This assertion, put forth in the papers, has mansion house, they are large enough'for transport passengers! across the Peninsula,
1 swear ,(or affirm as the, case rrfay! be,) to take the necessary measuresfor been denied by that Minister himself.M. families and small parties. I! and afford a speedy conveyance to New Or
that I will, to the best' of my ability, per the execution of the 1st and 2d articlesof Odillon Barrot asked' the postpone- Capt. Ross seems: determined to induce leans. We hope and believe such is the
s: form the 'duties of a Director. of the St the treaty signed 4th July, 1831, between ment of the discussion to. the second Monday the good people of this Territory, to make
fact but the evidence,
Augustine Wharf Company, .so long as I the King of the French and the of April.' this a place of resort in the summer sea- not having proper
may continue: office as such Director," United States, the ratification of which was The question being tiken thereon, ministers son ; his table will be furnished with all we' do not vouch for,the correctness Ot'the

which oath, shall be administered by one exchanged at Washington, 2d February, and the centre voting against it, it the good things which can be procured rumor.
of the Directors of the'Proceeding board and : he will no doubt provide I a good stock of
1832- to which The
a of was rejected. to
sum commencethe
prcposal The ,.Court is still in session to
of Directors who is wines and liquors. His mode- Superior
( hereby to 25,000,000 is to be paid by France. discussion on the,Monday week following are
r administer the same, whether he be reelected Art. 2. The sum of 1,500,000,which the was'then adopted.! rate, and his personal exertions untiring.The : this place. The Grand Jury have found
or not) or by a'justice of the government of the United States have en.. Tallahassee stage leaves Jacksonville large number'of bills, some of which are oft

and as lOOn'81 qualified, the newly elected gaged to pay in ten annual instalments, in account. every Monday morning, and will carry very serious nature. They were discharge
board of directors shall enter upon the discharge order to satisfy the claims of France against The following of a Shocking passengers ,to the springs by dinnertime on Fri'daylast.. The business of the session
of the, duties of their office, and either the of the United States Murder" is from the Mobile Commercial Ad. Wednesday.: The distance is the
treasury or
shall within a convenient tine proceed to any of its citizens, shall, as it is received, vertiser. Those emigrants who have ,had about ninety miles by a good road.VIATOR. drags heavily. ,Instead of clearing
l 4tl appoint a President and Treasurer of said be carried to the credit of the budget. golden visions in relation to Texas,may be a.1 I Docket, there is a prospect now of an accamulation

t ,," company from their own body. Art. 3.' Refers to the manner in which little discouraged by its perusal; but they I which will weary the patience
': Sea 7.< Be it further enacted, That until those latter claims, and the distribution of cannot believe that ,murders, are indigenous. AN INTERESTING PHREMOLOQIC4L DEVELOPEMEWT. the Court,jury, parties end witnesses.
i the next election of said company Thomas the money under them, shall be made. .-The phrenologists are in
Douglas, Andrew:Anderson,'Peter B. Dumas Art. 4. The payments 'on account of the to the soil, or expect, on the other hand, that clover Philadelphia. Two"professors" THE MAILS.-We are informed that, the

venancio Sanchez, and James Hant 25 millions shall only be made in the event crimes will ,always :(be punished where the are giving lectures and manipulating sconces Post Master General has given direction to

rO" lIOn, snail be, and'they are hereby con ad- of the government of the :United States not- laws 'are vague! ;red the t power to execute at an amazing rate j- and the Philadel- the Western'contractor, to ran the mail twice'
?rtuted a board of Directors to manage the having in violated them limited resute'ai" "' phiane are pearly all' found to
'Affairs any way interests ordignity or possess an ,a week to this place.. This win b* of ess"
of company, of which the said of France. extra or, as' it
J We learn from the last New Orleans organ ; were, semi-organ, service Depeu'ment
Thomas Douglas shall be pa tial and we are glad that the
President halt
and : President being a bump )
Thb appropriated
Jhe will be of murder especially
report pers, that an act at which humanity -
said Peter B. Dumas are encouragementtoh0who
Treasurer. holding out
printed! and distributed.M. shudders has recently been to punning. The Gazette and Intelligencer
Sea 8. Be it further enacted, That the Bcrryer after consulting with M. mitted in Texas. A.man by the name com-of has a capital illustration of the science with a laudably zeal, are doing *U IIII

I said board of Directors,and their successors Maugium, asked to be heard.. (General Ellen, was killed by his travelling com and sagacity of these eraniological gentle- their power, to advance the interests of th'
in office shall have f full power and au- movement to attention.) panion, James Jenkins, under the following men.M A friend of ours," says the editor, Territory. t
thority to make by-laws, rules and orders Gentlemen-After the report which you circumstances. These two individuals presented his cranium to the professors oj.
for the appropriation and disposition of the have just beard, ,the time would seem to bad left Georgia together last winter, for and asked them'to read his character.- The editor of the .Macon 'Teleg4D:*

:;' funds of said company, which now are or: have arrived for appointing a day for the the purpose of exploring the provinces of They alighted with eagerness upon a vast convey some useful infotmAtion,b1 p
: .it'- may hereafter be in the bands of the discussion of it; but before any decision is Texas. They had travelled mostly in protuberance, and told him that acquisitiveness -I very '
Treasurer of said to fix the made thereon I desire ; was highly developed.. No said I lisping a table of routes and distances
company ; to ask a short explanation company with each other, over the greater 'w
compensation of SAid Treasurer, who shall of some facts. I am encouraged portion of the country,and had made the gentleman, you mistake ; that is the that place to the different large towa
be the only person in the board of Direc to this course by the closing expressions of chases and selections of lands for their purr future hood of.PWIIp-1i ndle-im'&tu. In my boy Florida; and we wish that a plan of this ki J<
tors to whom compensation shall be now the chairman himself. All must indeed residences. Ellen, desirous of re I broke my bead against a pump might be adopted by the conductors of&'

L or hereafter allowed for services performed have been struct by the idea, that in case mainingin that country, conferred on Jen handle, and the result.is the protuberanceyou press generally, to afford strangers at a &
as Directors, end who in consideration the have discovered.
Chambers acknowledging the kins' of and*'
"* of such oppor- a power attorney, to return toGeorgia lance a knowledge of the best roads,
,: compensation as may be allowed tuneness of the transaction, should vote and bring with him to Texas, hit [NevJr York Cour. & Enq. I different p1
,to him, shall give bond with and suf for the the usual expenses of travelling
t. good project, execution I should be ([Ellen's) negroes. Jenkins just before his "-""*"" i ,
ficient security, to be approved by the suspended, if it should be found, by minis (Jeparture, while in the.,woods alone with IIol.aJBLOCTUGE AND' ATTEMPTED" of the United States.
board of Director in the sum of two thousand ten we that the France Ellen
suppose dignity murdered him and rifled his MURDER. that eS
dollars person -We learn c.few days since We have received by our exchange
conditioned for the faithful had not been sufficiently various of and
respected, ( between $1500 $2500. Mr. Townsend
a respectable planter who 31
discharge of hb duties as such Treasurer, movements.) This tracts from foreign papers, which *
deed was committed on the Colorrails resides at Big Island
and shall moreover act as the Secretary of UJ. Berryer went on to speak of the actual river, in Austin's Colony on the 27th was assailed at a short distance Autauga from County hIS found in another column. The famous r

,r said board. # of Directors.: and of said company condition of the diplomatic. relations of March last Jenkins it is confidently own house, by three ruffians, one of whom mor in relation to the dissolution of **

between the two countries. lie was-frequently relieved, has gone to Georgia to make the was his brother-in-law, armed with French Chamber.of of Deputies without ping
Sec 9. Be it further guns,
enacted. That
c said board of the interrupted.] most be can with the negroes belonging to and fired upon by each of them. The the IndemnityBU1M is e plete
Directors and their aucees. In conclusion Mr. B. said : the late Mr. Ellen. It ia said he left New three balls took effect and 'penetrated his "used op" and contradicted.


-;'" .

-- #' r


I. -: ,

I kr

t : :, .. .

r \ .
\ "'f :

i \ "

"IntER HILL MoNCMSNT.-.The,. vtk of instituted the most severe investigation into LIST OF LE TERS RAIL ROAD NOTICE. JACKSONVILLE j

"live[ plating this Monument,'.has been :ent- hid revolting case, and discovered that two REMAINING in the oat Office, Jack- r et isse TALLAHASSEE STAGE. t : I

'In with a fair prospect'of'' aitess. foolish young men who formed part of the the lit 0 April, 1835, tnd .
Ile'Vro enewed, company,having found the viper in a state if not taken out in three lonths, ,they will i!.
' he funds had not been misapplied the torpidity that morning, threw it into the be sent to the General P Office as dead .

;off.the: unencement, it would, long ere thi gave bed by waY'of a joke, and the viper, it is letters. It I TilE undersigned Commissioners give no t

::nd d an honor'to the country and to nose supposed:J, revived by the warmth, had A Cap. hill hart that pursuant to the Act entitled THE Public are informed that a line of J
eat; n John Adams, Isaia D. 5 11 An Act to amend an Act to incorporate the Barouches will between''
liberally contributed to ,the design: By crept into the mouth of the young ladywhile run ,
t to 3\ Edward S. Aldrich. K FLORIDA PKNINSVLA JACKSONVILLE: : RAIL Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave this
cannot refrain from sayinjthat asleep. The two young men are B Rev. R. B. Kerr. ,
'or war we ; ROAD COMPANY, approved February 15,1835, place every Monday. '
now in prison, and proceedings are goingon H. D. Baldwin 2 L that the Books will be at Jack
mementos of Revolutionary exploits; en- again opened (IDForty pounds baggage will be allowed
ted coat too much to the !tame of Re: >lu- against them with view, to trial. William Barcalow, Joseph B.Lancaster9 sonville, at the store of I. D. Hart,Bay-street, to each passenger,and for any greater weight, I
. ly w William II. Burritt,3 IsaaoLent' on the 4th day of May, and continue open one cent per pound will be charged for every 'I'
tio ary fathers. Why build a Babel t erg; MARRIAGES.At John Broward, 3 Theodore. LUtlefield, until the 1st day of August next, to receive ten miles. I ,
: f
rch le a plain marble slab, or a granite col- Charles Broward, 2 M subscriptions for stock to carry said Rail Road OFare.( through, each ). l';

irt would answer the same noble flU DSO, Whitesville, last evening, by the i Francis Broward, Emanuel Mott, into execution.By waYi$2. ''j I
Rev. Dr. ,McWher, OZIAS BODWOTJH, Esq.to Sarah A. Broward, George II. May, the 8th Section of this amendatory Act, Jacksonville, Jan. 14. 3tf
fn I serve to call up anew the recollecti a of Miss SUSAN ANN, daughter of S. Y. Garey, Edgar S. Barrows, G. S. Mott, the subscribers 'for stock heretofore taken, I ''

gallant exploits embodied" in the: hi tory, Esq. Reubin Bloomer, J. S. Muir. have a prior right to subscribe for the same CONVEYANCE FROM l

Republican. infancy. There i| no [Oh! what a piece of cake The happy John P. Brown,$, N amount of Stock on the new Books. JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE. ,
inument the plains Saratoga; bat- pair are very liberal. They have our thanks John G. Brindle ', 2 Patrick News, ISAIAII. D. HART, .11\.11:1i\
on and good wishes-but we wish mon of our Mr..Barhoe, John Nevitt. JAMES DELL,
ground where the destiny of the couptry good bachelors would do likewise, What Spicer Bradduck. 0 W. J. 1\I1LLS.l VCom'rs. :

He, I settled. We have wandered iver,this is the use of living alone I] ,C W. Olmstead, STEPHEN EDDY, I :1i

?e, field.: There are no hdications E. A. Cohen, Woodbridge S. Olm- JOS. B.LANCASTER.JJacksonville !
erecting Subscriber will Barouche d
run a good i
DEATHS.Died Martha Cox, ted, THE I
JUT March 14
soldiir's 31,1835.
tomb Hones from
,' severe engagement George Causey, Helen Ormond. good Jacksonville'toSt. i';

TS, one; but a few wasting embankments, a I at her residence Mobileon Wed James G. Cooper, P RAIL ROAD NOTICE. Augustine' once a week; to leave this 1111,1,
place Mondav and arrive I
let and and then the 15th of April. after a few days Moses Curry, Miles Price everv morning in !
bleaching bones, now a nesday. I
an # severe illness, Mrs. Eliza B.,Clinch, wife of Nancy Cooper. Palmer & Ferris, THE undersigned,Commissioners,hereby Augustine on the evenini ofthe same'da1 ;
igmentof, a sabre,,a musket,or a'scattering: Gen. Clinch of the U. S. Ar ny./* 'D James''Piles, Notice, that pursuant to the Act Returning-will leave l St. Augustine on t J i

'hen 11\,indicate that ,therwee.'nnoe,4 atrife of Di R. Dunham, Seyfirour Pickettr t 2'' entitled "An Act to incorporate: the East Florida Wednesday morning, and arrive this' place, ,

tde and the foreigner who visits the sacredt MARINE JOURNAL.PORT Edward Davis, Patrick Price; i Hail Road Company,' approved,February14th on the evening of the same day. .
da Silas Duele, M. Finckston, 1835, Books for subscription to the (or: Forty pounds baggage will,be"allowed. ,. ,f
when it occurred.
ill cannot even ascertain OF 1A.CISONV'LLE.MAY: 21. Abby: Dertu, Betty Pritchard. stock will be opened at Jacksonville, at the to each passenger,and for any greater weight
I Abraham Dupont, R store of Isaiah ,D. Hart, on" the let day of one cent per pound will be charged for every "
ii. THE WEATHER for several days past hasen ARRIVED-16th; schr George and Mary', Jessee D. Dykes, Francis Rider, May next, and continued open for thirty days, ten; miles. ,
. The lowest have when will be closed. ttTFare::: each $5. 'r: i
.g delightful. degree we Willey, from Charleston. Wm. S. Donaldson. William Ricker, they way, ,
19th Darien Hubbard from Sa .'. JAMES DELL, II, II. PHILIPS +
,ticed is sixty, and the highest eighty-six. E Francis Richard. ,
Jacksonville Feb. 2. (itf"'l
vannah. William Eubank S JOSEPH B. LAXC.1STER, i
Yankee friends clear- ,
1 are
some ,
20th, schr Felicity, Stratton, from New- George P. Edney, M. E Sounders, ISAIAH D.114R7',
t the snow from their buildings and side York, merchandize to M.:K. Pinckston. Charles English, John Stevens, 4 STEPHEN EDDY, NOTrCLEns. ) ";

.Iks, our neighbors here are gathering peas, Henry'Eames, 3 T ELIJAH WILLIAMS' !

I 3 ing-beans, squashes,head lettuce,and "all FOR CHARLESTON., Ralph Eames, William Tobey, 2 ,MILO K. P/JVCATSmV, c- I II
3i Schooner Evertson &' Co. Antonet Tison. JOHN W. RICHARD. I :
i soft of Verily who would wish fine\ Packet .
3i it thing. A THE[! AND MARY, 100 F U Jacksonville,April 23, 1835. 17 I
i wear, adorer coat and over shoes on the tons burthen, C. WILLEY, master, Charles E. Flinn. James Underwood. THERE will be a regular conveyance for '

i of May i?+ I Give us a breeze on the St. in good order for will sail for the above 'G W NOTICE.BYAn Palo : a week from St Mary's Gco.
seal let by ,to tit Augustine to leave Mary's :,
orabolt of June next. Timothy Grindley, Waterman & Pinck- ;
1 ins river, with a gallant little sail boat, port on act passed by the Legislative Coun
3 O'clock P. M and
Wednesday at ft
2 every ,
For 4r appl to the masteron Jacob ston, .
1i 1 1 I we need only..n awning to make us as freight passage ,Goff.II Elisha Whidden, 5 this Territory, at its last session arrive at Pablo the next day. ,
i board, or ai. this office. and approved the Governor 'Feb. 14th
1 nfortable as an' old bachelor in his arm May 20. 21 Eliza Harper, David ,L. Wintring- 1833: the Subscribers by were appointed, Commissioners Persons, who wish to avoid a night,expo* 4 I;1l f:
the will find
water comfortauBbiccommodations
Charles Harper, ham, 2 sure on very J "j
lir.iVe. to open Books' and receive sub at Fernandina ''Mr 'A. '
FOR NEW YORK. Eliza Houston, George W.. Waltorn, scription for the stock of a Bank to be locate next"" \ j
Diu' and leave Fernandina the 'I
\ would call the 'attention of gentle. Packet Brig IKO, Capt. ,i Mary Hobkirk, John warren, .., i ed in this Town, to be called TilE BANK and can arrive at Pablo the
tame day.
!n in this vicinity, to the advertisement,in A THE; will sail' for New J. Houston,: < Andrew Welch, I OF JACKSONVILLE.In They rooming can leave Pablo Friday morning,"\
William H. Wolf every
Miller Hallows
i ither column, of the opening of Books for York on the 25th May next. She William Hickman, Maj. William Wyatt, pursuance of which ,the Subscribers at 4 o'clock, and arrive at Bt Augustine at U, 1
can take a few barrels freight and accommodate hereby give notice, that the Books for Sub P. M. same day leave St Augustine
iscription to the stock of the East Florida "for which Mary V. Hall*9/ Capt.Charles Willey. ; every y
six or eight passengers, applyto scription for the stock in said Bank, will be Sunday, and arrive at Pablo same day. I
letter which' directed fol.
j il} Road." The time will expire on the Blanchard & Rider corner and And one is as 1
boar lows-Duval County"'East'Florida, Jackson opened in this Town, at the Counting-Room Passengers wishing to visit St Augustine,
:h day of May. As to the 'feasibility of Liberty streets; or to the Capt. on ville-Post Office Mail. of'Messrs.'' Blanchard & Rider, corner of: will be accommodated on reasonable terms. j

:h a great work' and the probability of aid April 20. 2w17WE ISAIAh D. HART Post Master Bay and Liberty ttreets; at 10 o'clock, A. M. Fare from St Mary's by Pablo to St Angus t l
is ,- g-r:i..:L on the fourth day of I IW..J.1 tike $5. From St Augustine to Pablo $3. I
> dividend on investments, no doubt authorised'to announce the name I MILLS i
are I There is also a safe boat which will fun .
ertained by competent judges. of COL. JOHN WARREN, as a can- LAW NOTICE. WILLIAMRiDER.STEP1IENrEDDY !. once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville ; and

didate to represent the County of Duval, in TilE Subscriber informs the inhabitants .' ..I will depart and arrive s6 at to meet the mall

[JURNEY SMITU, Esq. has been appointed the next Legislative Council for this Terri Duval County,and of the Counties ad. ISAIAH. DHART.. boat on l IU| return from St Mary's, and the '

nmissioner for Duval County,by the lion. tory. May 21.THE joining, that he has opened an Office for.the Conttnuaioners., I stage a. it arrives from St Augustine. Fare
practice of the Law in JacksonviUe. fAll Jacksonville E.'F. 2d 1835. 14hfBjsm from Pablo to Jacksonville 2. All fare to I '
Reid to take the testimony April ,
Raymond .
friends of SAMUEL EIGLES, by business entrusted to him shall be attended be paid at Pablo. ,
witness, on behalf of those who have in- consent;announce him a Candidateto to with.punctuality and diligence.'. 't I FOR SALE'. C.TAYLOR.

t uted Claims for Losses, occasioned by the represent the County of Duval, in the p. MDORMAN, UTile Mail boat will leave Pablo for St
next Legislative Council for the. Territory of Attorney,''Counselloj i,aad Solicitor. mWO'F"wJinr Pieces-::: Jot of harness .." I
c 'ision ,of. the ..United States troop during Florida. May 21. ': .1..0; suitable for heavy wort.-rour..Jr.: g< of Mary' ev'ry'TuedayultreUrnlon'Thon f I
k I years 181213. Jacksonville May 13, 1835. 20tf Dupont' best rifle powder one flat bottom. day. The stage leaves Pablo !every Friday i ,
ed boat, with the oars. '-The above articles for St Augustine and returns'oo. : the sue 0"
)ur subscribers who are disposed to be po- MORE II. LIBBEY- FIELD HANDS WANTED. will be sold very'cheap for cash. Apply to '' ceeding Sunday St Gm3.t" ,

1 al, or are fond of blank verse, are assured just received from, Charleston, a TWELVS: Dollars month will be paid, TIMOTHY. WIGHTMAN, 'I' DRY GOODS GIlOCKHIESjiC.WIIOLKfiLE F
Fitld Hands I ,
HAS for five or six good or at this Office. .
1h 1 t. last will be found one of !a supply of FLOUR and CORN,- \i *.
on our page, and Fifteen Dollars- for Good Plow hmen, April 30. 1-10'r .' : : AND RETAIL '
full of GROCERIES which '
also supply : "
most and glowing pieces ever a JOSHUA: .HICKMAN. ,
> FEELINO will be sold cheap for cash. ,,. hnilE Subscribers keepeossUntiy on hand, a
t lished in this paper. We hope they. will Black Creek, May 20. 21tf May 14. 2w20 STODART & CURRIER, JL and offer for, sale, on as'goou terms as 4"

c pond to its sentiments. ... NOTICE. WANTED. *and EHORAVKRS.No. : following article;viz:...;. f .**, .

t has been currently reported that Col. Weeks after date, 1 shall apply to the A smart NEGRO GIRL to do the cookingand 1, Wall-street. New York. DJIv'GOODS. % "
SIX of Duval County Court, for lettersof and house work in a small l family, without '
S lite is to the summer Europe. Were Broadcloths 'Cas lmflrea 8attinett, fand
r pass Administration, on the Estate of AARON children. The highest wares will be NOTICE.ALL '
ha the best authority for Baying that such IIEMMEJfirAY deceased. given. ,Apply at this Office. late Negro Cloths red, and white Flannel I
indebted the
to concern browdwcheck
13. 20tf persons bleached, stripe, 'a. II
r lot the fact. CHESTER BISBEE. May will dins
WATERMAN &PIXCKITQN. please Calicoes
rIILITA.Ry.A I l Homespuns. C ambrlf', I
Jacksonville, May 19.. 6w21 make payment on or before the 25th..: inst. or Bilks .Glovei 1I0.I.ry.0. &0. i"
detachment of un- will 't
troops suit be. commenced without re. ct.to
e .the command of Capt.,.Drane, left this NOTICE. BY the Subscriber, and detained, on Fri. persons. M. K. PINCKBTON. HARDWARE. .. 1

it*this morning, with a'view to scour SIX Weeks from this date, I shall apply to day, the ,1st day of May: a Negro Man, Jacksonville Feb. 15. 8 Cooking, parlor, and box Stoves, Brass ,

I i southern coast and the intermediate Judge of the County Court of Duval who says ''hi. name is J01>fk, and that'he _and u_ common-- .- Fira Setts. -Lamn.'and--.-.-..:. --- CandleSticks A ,I

a entry as far as Cape Florida, and to send County, for letters of Administration on the formerly belonged to an Indian Chief by the NOTICE. Percussion Caps.. Gunsbroad/ and ..... 1 It I
r all the scattering Indians who inhabit Estate of SAMUEL S. BRO JYNING, late of name of Bloom, that he ran away from the narrow Axes, Adzes, Hatchets hammers,.""': 1.. 1i 1 I
said deceased.' Chactahoochie, because he was unwilling to persons indebted to the subscriber by Butts '
Sih County, ALL Augers Shovels Door-latches, anG"
the number of about 200.- ,
i coast, to BENJAMIN'1'I10MPSON.. emigrate with the tribe beyond the Mississippi or Note, are requested to,make Screws du.&e. ,
is step is the more necessary, for as long Jacksonville, May 21. 6w21 He had on a cotton velvet roundabout payment by the 25th inst. or .suits. will' be, j
they are suffered to roam through the and pantaloons, and a small bundle of commenced without delay. FURNITURE. 'II

r entry, no advanced towards their einiition il NOTICE. clothing with him of the same kind. lie is J.' B. MASON. Sofas 'and Couches! work, cud, toilet rind r i

l can be effectually ma e. Weeks from date, I shall apply to the about 5 feet 7,inches high, dark complexion, Jacksonville, Jar.15. 3w3 dining ;Tables, \Vashstands! Looking ,Glasses ,;,' )

[St.,AugystJoGiiierald<< : 13th inst. SIX of, the County Court of Duval active, speaks the Indian language, and says ,, Bedsteads, &c. &.e. .+J
of Administration on the he from Africa NOTICE.
County, for letters came \
Fho Wqjtklgtorf'Globe of the 2d inst. Estate of ROBERT IIUTCJlESON,deceased. S. J.EUBANK.Gravellyhill persons indebted to the subscribers, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. I \\1
hisK I tbe' wing appointments by the LEWIS z: IIOGANS.Jacksonville May'1. 19tf ALL by note or book account, 'are requested Coffee, Tea,loaf and brown' Sugar, Bottle :1
sid ti May 21. 6w21 to settle the same without delay ; Cider, Champaigne,Claret, Port, and Sherry
FOR SALE. and no credit will be given at their store Wines, Spices, Boap)!, Lamp Oil, Tobacco
iY be Extra-
PtsI :T., Barry to Envoy Flour Rice Corn Pilot. Jjr[ ta4' Deer andPork .
AN ORDINANCE After the 1st of February. '
Ii i 'abU Minister Plenipotentiary to Copper Stills,nearly new; one con Codfish "\ i '
TWO Mackerel 911 -Fish Potv "
of the ,
rovide for the current expenses two hundred gallons, with a BLANCHARD & RIDER. ,?
I lIiD'i: TOP of Jacksonville, for the ensuing other Butter and Cheese, &.4. &Q( f, ir. i ;I
sIT *rnos Kendall to be Postmaster General. heater of the same capacity which ;will the be disposedof containing Jacksonville, January 24tb, 1835.: 5tf -ALSO- >; ; J:Ii Iitoes
fifty gallons,
r. y. picket to be Fourth Auditor of thePry Be it ordained by the Mayor and Alder-the at terms advantageous to the purchaser. SUGAR MILL FOR HALL\ ,Drugs,' JXedleln.'l and Faintly ::A variety' U
Department men of the Town of Jacksonville andeofected For further particulars inquire of O. BCDIS of Crockery and Glass ,War. Books and a ""I .. !ti .
Mahon to be Consul to' St.Jago following Taxes shall be levied OTOIT, Esq. Whitesville, or at this office. GREAT BARGAIN offered, In the Stationary} a large assortment of Whit ",'I", fi

for the present year. Jacksonville, May 6. 19\1' A isle of a New Sugar Mill, from West Drab, and Black Half. Cap, Boot ad. It'
On all retailers of Liquor less than'on.. diameter of Centre Roller, :l
Point Foundry; Shoes-together with a variety of other u.4 ,f .
U[ is stated in a letter from Turin, that a pint, Ten dollars. CAUTION.THIS two feet two and a half Inches,and two outer tides. t i' ,f! I
r big gentleman of Clave Sana (a small On all merchant for license to sell Goods andfifty wife Blender ones, one foot ten and one-fourth inches' BLANCHARD & RIDER. / s 1l;
U to tha
tape in the Province of Piedmont) mar- Wares 'or Merchandize, Two dollars certifYI left >my my bed and board, with Iron cogs, points, &0, u also a set 01 Jacksonville, Jan. J, J83j. 1

d young lady of a neighboring village, cents. and this is to forbid all persons harboring, Kettles from the noted Foundry in Scotland, f .
ioj A be conducted home in On all Hawkers and Pedlars selling anyGoods with her on account, known by name of the Carran Foundry, warranted IO-N.B.: .CASH paid for Cotton,Hldef, I 'I'
company ,
trusting or trading my
numerous relatives and friends: -tjrdlDg Are Wares;or Merchandize, Twenty-five I debts other contracting after and proof, M malleable Iron. The capacity Horns,Tallow, Deer SkiM, Furs, Beeswax, ;; "
idi. no
dollars.. u dam pay of the grand Kettle is three hundred Moss.. Oranffe Poet.. &c. !1 1 ; .I
to to the custom of the country;after On all shows, exhibitions,or theatrical' performances this WOODLAND.. gallons, and proportioned, or graduated tc 1 ,B. W 1R.s. .'lIP
sumptuous dinner, a ball took place, all 01
Five doUar gallons, being four to the set; .
-J peh lasted till midnight when the bride, That any person {failing to comply with i Mandarin, May 1, 1835. 4w19 which, with Coolers, Vats, and a Cistern to NOTICE. '

lieell bg 'fatigued from the journey, and the this ordinance, shall be toed for each and I contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup, will be Copartnership heretofore existing .

nee, retired to bed. The bridegroom every offence, not less than one: dollar, nor I NOTICES disposed of, u applied for shortly, for at least THE the subscribers, under the firm

nained sometime longer with his merry more than five dollars, to be collected byWarrant IX Weeks from date; hha.1fapply.to theHonorable twent y. per cent )Below cost of WATERMAN & PINCKSTON, .U this I ,
lp at .-=After jvhieh' be went'to bed also from the Mayor. the Judge d Dove County, A fine directed to E. B. COX,on Bidon day dissolved by rout wl consent. 1

t entering his room, he was struck with Fused April 27th, 1835.4pproved for letters of Administratiof on the' Estate of Plantation, Mclntokh County, Georgia, (u ADIN WATERMAN .
OtfJ 271' .h, 1835., deeiaed.WILJJAM. M ,) will be attended to. PINCK8TON .
meat finding his bndeas pale as death, April EUSHA WlllDDEfC, sager MJLO K. ,. '"
..Qg ling with both her bands to pull out W. J. MILLS, Mayor. RIDER. March 12. 4wllBLANKS JieksonrUU,Jan'.19. t ry

'1 1'Ut 4:r from her month. Her efforts being WM. B. ROSS, Clerk. Jacksonville, May 4. 6wl9 of all Printed at firm '
descriptions the above
indebted to
!"Jccessful, the unhappy bride died suf- CLAIMS FOR LOSSES. NOTICE.: ., at short notic*. ALL persons requesUd to make iatmnliatt JNlI-

t'e ated. The horrible sight shocked much the THE Judge of the Superior>> Court,for the the Weeks after date shall apply to th. IITAbo, Job Work in a handsome ,style, meat to the subscriber, who Is. duly tntborix -. ,
fogs of the poor bridegroom of East Florida, resume SIX oro.1 .d to attic th. same.: AU person haf Injj .
thIgd t, ,tar: from being able to give his bride examination of Claims for Lones, on the the Judge the County EataU, for of and on r aonabU terms. cJa1me will.please call on. 1M <* bleribtf" for ;

>t rr assistance, be fen eenseleta on the second Monday In Jane next letters of Adminutratioi on Jostle Blanks-D d -BUI* of L*> !.tt1eme.t.. .. 'ti4ec ', :-

or, sand was seized .with a fever, from All Claim most be presented before the JOAN LUlY, late. ofaail QEO.County.FLEMING.ntmiD ding-Maal4sUj &c. cozud.. t1"tor.w at MILO Kt rJ j3CKt3TO 5' ,, '

i-th! of his 26th day of thasam month. ---,. ,. ....:.. I Jan.19. i.,4tf a '111'
there is little hope recovery. 8th 1835. ?w20 ,', Island, St.JoIiu.,April: .15. this r'g; ,:.';,I.: 'tl". ",' : .
ie authorities the .May t.
of place immediately "
1i .
4 ,
) .
.1. : .

I .



4 .
.... k '- -
,.,,,,pL--.J>- -. .'. '" l '
+ a+
ds "r" ,,,_ .u 1Wr
.::- ." : ? .aWF+yi.M n m F -,.>. : >.__ Jn_ > .. '_. "____ -".. -,. t, _. -' .-' -

." ... ."



I I TO THE f '
BOTTS IN' HORSES.-About eighteen 'GOODS '
:, '" MISCELLANEOUS'- years ngo,the Hon.'John Elliott of Georgia, THE Subscrib r has on hand, and offers \ TH SUBSCRIBER4 Laving pure
recommended to the Editor of this paper, sale,on asonable terms,the following Agriculturalist pib '
Editor d
: [Front'the Old Countryman.] blue stone dissolved in ardent spirits, as a articles, viz '/) solicitflie proprietor.of, the Mr.friends John D. L.&&c

: Some of our Country brethren display much sovereign remedy: for the bottsin, horses. DRY GOODS. ture, &H of support the interests of A

ingenuity In dunning their delinquent subscribers I I have tried i h. and no other remedy from Broadcloths /iSattinetts, Negro Cloths throu ut the. Southern connected States. wt
4 and we occasionally meet with an to this and have not in A single yellrfw and above company take this method of H.
that day white and Flannels, bleached THE publi d this work for Mr. Legare
We have
article is'worthcopying. are instance failed to'effect a cure. His instructions brown Check striped and plaid Homespuns. I the public that they com cement, in the year 18'28 from]] i'
quote ita origin. of blue Calicoes Silk' Gloves Linens purchased two Steamboats, the MACON thus and he
were to dissolve a lump ,;! Imported i ctlcally acquainted with the
THE PRINTER'S, SOLILOQUY. stone about the size of a large filbert in a ,Ginghams, Cartbrics, Silk Il'dk' 'fs. Bomba- and EXCEL, which boats are to run regu- whic t should be conducted. Its ll ode

Ti etrange'ti. most prodigious strange, I half pint brandy, whiskey, or gin, diluteit zettes, Oznaburgs, Burlaps, &c. arly Darien between once Darien week and with Macon two tow, leaving boats. tion > ll be continued on the same tens publi'"

/ That our subscribers! are so careless! grownIn with a little water, and give it to the HARD. WARE AND CUTLERY. The steamboats every will draw only 526 inches of in th ame manner as, heretofore with It

paying their arrears. They. cannot think horse! ; and if it did not relieve him in a Lamps: Candlesticks, Guns z.Axes!, Adzes, water with% two good engines in each. The impr As le ements subscriber as his is experience may 8nfl e

Thai,we alone, who publish to the world half hour, to repeat the dose. I have never patent Augurs, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, company,have been at great expense to place Jour 1 the: vehicle for solicitous diaiemminntUinforj to. makeb.. ,
t Ad vet been under the necessity of repeat- Butts: R n wn.. Brass Knobs.Hoes.Sad Irons thin linn steamboats in the Ocmulxfee and ------ -Ulle
News. from all nations, and delight to spread ing the dose. The action of the spirits is Pad=Till-Chest-Trunk:-Gun Closet- Altamahi and riverswould respectfully licit ation, not only with,regard to es4 1

Useful instruction through our"spacious land ; of courso more ready upon the blue stone Brass port pad-Knob and Mortice Locks, the patro the public. This line will ment lishe< 1 systems efforts in of husbandry, but I also ii .

... Can meanwhile live on air: 'tis flesh and when in a powder; but the person usingit Knob Latches, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steel- be a great facility for merchants who wish to ture .e i invites free Agriculture and and Horfo
'" blood need be under no apprehension of giving yards, Bed Keys and Screws;.Chest" Hinges, ship Wei' goods by the way of Savannah or ''torn all unrestricted com J
Cork Screws Hand and cut, Saws Darien and Macon in nicatipn persons occupied in
cross to Hawkmsville or %
i t That works the press and turns the blackened too much blue stone, as a half pint of spirits Knifes and Forks, Brittania Plated Table shipping, potton to Savannah. Arrange- jursfflts.-.- Let no one imagine that sok
sheetWell will not dissolve more than a proper and "act or isolated experiments are too
Tea Spoons, Iron Squares'Pocket Compasses ments hate been made to forward cotton or trivial'
4' 1 ,, ,stored and ready for their eagle eyes,, dose. Stage owners, wagoners, and trav- I Drawing Knives, Braces, Socket goods without' detention between Savannah. be comminicated.is bU All systematic knot.!
ellers should always carry a bottle of it Chisels &c. and Darien. edge the aggregate of humble
: part
h This" flesh, and,blood must be recruited oft, with..'them ready prepared: farmers. I GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. No exertion or expense will be spared to lars ; and Science, in every departmen]

i As well as tneirs, or else the press must awp.i should never be without it on tneir plantations. give the greatest despatch to goods or cotton brought to perfection,not through the instn
i, l This calls for CASH. And then how many .-[State nights Sentinel. Coffee, Tea, Loaf and Brown SugarsChampaignee and shipped 1)i) this' line. menta.ity'cf\;} ; single exrraordinarymindb
.. ; Maderia-Claret Port by the coitribution of particulars
t reams N. E. Rum American Agents for the above boats : by mail
, CHOICE Malaga Wines Spices, ndividuals?and generally after the lapse
t Of papef; are struck off and scattered wide, commences.ASSAGEs.-Fanny the second volume of her Kemble Gin, Holland Gin, Brandy, Soap,Tabacco ,L. BALDWIN & CO. ,Savannah: many years', he is desirous, therefore, to hat t
r I For which no .Length of credit will be given, nal thus jour- Flour, Corn, Rice, Pilot Breach Butter J. GoDDARD & Co. Macon., as many facts to record as can be furnished
i- Crackers, Beef, Pork Codfish, Mackerel? and from the planter who
and ink MITCHEL & COLLIKS Darien.J.
If all-besides the systematic
at i
given type First day of the last month, of tho year-, Butter, Lard, Cheese, Figs, Almonds, liaisons E. & B. DXLEIO: Charleston.Dec. his experimental labors,;.an account of hi
And many things required by those who print, go it old fellow Apples, Hams, Bologna Sausages,. 1834. ', 1 failures as well a his successful efforts, J'
....' For which our money must be answerable I It A little further on, she exclaims- Onions, &c. &c. be acceptable. If the.last aye worthy of bein*]
t ,41th "Lord Lord what fools men. and wo- -ALSO- THE STEAM"PACKET recorded that they may be imitated, the firf
';.'t n. Oh t,, that our readers would consider! this men do make themselves." Drugs and Medicines, Paints Crockeryand should be noted in order to le shunned.

1t ,. And while they laughingly, look our paper In another place; speaking of the streets Glass Ware, Powder and Shot, Shoes, FLORIDA. The subscriber hopes that this appeal to hi

," o'er of New York on a rainy night,she elegant Boots, and a great variety of articles to numerous fellow citizens of the South, 'will not be i i
to vain. It would be
Iy observes"It mention.HARDY I a reproach to our Plante
And information from its
gather page, II. PHILIPS.' to meet the fate of the Southern Review.
Would ,and this one simple question ask rained cats and dogs, and the streets N. B. CASH he last it be said C
pause were all !" paid for Cotton, Hides,Deer may justly that it was gnfj
Do I not owe the Printer who,supplies me grey pudding Skins, Tallow, Furs, Beeswax, Moss Deer CIAPT 1?_.. A. TT1T.T,.., feted to fall. when it was not only n_ roar.--'-"'.t.i
--- '- -- -- -- "
JThlnheetl" Horns, &c. II. ii. P. us a well merited fame as a literary
4 a with $+ week from Savannah people
ORIGINAL DIALOGUE.Po said a little run onc : but
WLL It also
-was vindicating the
AndO! that he should only boy the other day, as he was reading a Jacksonville! ,,Jan. 15,1835. 3tf Picolata, touching db Darien, St.Mary'et.Jacksonville its from the unjust aspersions Southern which harI hit
and Mandarin.WILLIAM <
add I classical and chaste been
country newspaper, GENERAL ORDER. I BO liberally bestowed upon us out of on.
what is the meaning I of 0 0 DUNCAN I section of The
41,1' will go even now,, and pay him. So tempera country. Southern Agriculturalist
ahould we mores?' it isn't in the dictionary.". He b;- TALLAHASSEE Agent at Savannah. in some measure supplies th-
ing learned man' 1 1 1835. ,I 1 place of the Sputhern Review
a very and withal no March 14th. 1835. January so far as regards
.. Well receive and with heart -' '
pleased light "
ir. .. the
circumstances last alluded
d despiser d wine, replied, "Why H. EATON, Governor and Com- to. I Ii
'pursued1Our (hiccup)'chip is high Dutch,' (hiccup) mander-in-Chief of the Militia of the LAND AT ST. .PABLO serves as a Register' not only of methods 0

.. ,useful toil ; while conscience would applaud and when interpreted conveys n salutary Territory of Florida, has constituted and appointed FOR SALE. Husbandry of but also of facts relating to on;

f ,.. : caution, and means (hiccup) "keep. your the following Executive Staff:-, THE Subscriber offers for sale y for cash, or line system, the Slavery.treatment The, the subjects characters of the of deci
conduct and relish the temper, 0 Jlfosu"v Tnos. BROWN, to be Adjutant General ; Negroes, or good ,- on
.a Their give to zest JlEimr WASHINGTON,Quarter-Master Gen. the following tract of fine Live acceptances Oak ham- Slaves, are ,fairly suited to its pages, an:
a h Wo may prepare. Come then, good friends, HECTOR W. BRADZN of Leon constitute topics as interesting and importani
t "What's the matter? said a stranger, ) land on St. Pablo Creek, bounded as as which
'and .soon."s ; to a crowd that had surrounded a black Pun W. GADTIER: ,jr. Jackson, ( Aids-de- follows, viz-on the, West by Pablo Creek, any or the can attention engage of either those our abroad own\tl attention '!
fellow for the of Glo.: S. HAWKINS,FranklinCamp.( on the North by Winslow Foster's land, on feel ,
I purpose carrying on a legitimate interest in our concerns
AT When the East
a South by lands'of Cornelius
l' board of a whaling ship. "Matter?-matter The subscriber begs leave in conclusionto
reaches the And it is hereby.required and ordered that ,
young girl age of fifteen or six- Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty-
enough, exclaimed the remark, that if he had not undertaken
delinquent'Pressing all Militia Officers of the I la
teen she think of Territory, respect three acres. ,For
years, begins to the particulars
mys- continue the publication of this Periodical ,
oil. it
a poor negro to get and obey them as such. HART ,
terious I. D.
subject of matrimony, a state, the or most would
probably, have been either
By order of,the Governor and Command n
delights of which her
a youthful imagination ORIGINAL ANECDOTE.' -At a late examination er-in-Chief. Jacksonville Jan. 22. 4tf '. moved from our 'city, or been suspended
shadows forth in the moet captivating a lad was asked, how many Continents TIIOS. BROWN, Whether it will be in his power to continue i':
forms. It is made the topic of light and there were ? Sir," was the ready Adjutant Gen. of the Militia of Florida. NOTICE. will depend not only on the Pecuniary
incidental discourse her I the Literary Contributions of Southern lion
f among .
companIons answerEurope Asia Africa America -- --
and it is recurred to with increasing New Holland and,South, Carolina., ; i ADJUTANT GENERAL'S: Orricx, ) ALL persons indebted to the subscriber, ters. He confidently, now leaves this matte:
k rrt""a interest every time it is brought upon the ,*, Tallahassee. March 14, 1835., < by Note or Book account, are requested in their hands, feeling a full assurance tha
,F tapis. When she Crows a little _older she A "" is the duty of the Adjutant Genera to to settle the same without delay; and there is wanting on the part of our Planters,
from the old
dandy .
cazsing credit will be
no given at store after the neither the mental
to'the my liberality nor energies
} ceases to smaner about matrimony and report War Department,the num p
thinks upon Mississippi river; his friend ber of effective'Militia within this 10th March. HARDY H. PHILIPS. cessary! to sustain the Southern Affricultun\
more intently the all Territory
subject. It on her important asked what be 'thought of it. Why," to the end that the quota of Arms authorisedto JacksonviIle.. March.u_ 3._. _Iflff_)_ A.: P..' NTIT.T.P.R.__ .__ Publisher.- 'nn__.
ngrosses thoughts by day, said he, eyeing it through his glass, "it's a said Territory,' be furnished which Charleston, S. C.: Dec. 1, 18'J4.
. and her dreams may ,
by night she
- herself the of, picturesto pretty fair river, considering it is a new cannot be done until the effective strength CHARLES HOYT offers his Persons desirous of subscribing can apptt
the felicity being wedded to country. of the Militiiis made known. It is ordered professional services to the inhabitantsof to W. T. WILLIAMS, Savannah, or at Ik
youth for whom one cherishes secret and directed'therefore, that the Militia Officers Jacksonville and of this section of Florida, office. 8
but consuming flame. She surveys her To PREVENT' ,RABBITS FROM BARKING throughout Territory,' as early as a Surgeon and Physician. .
1 self in the mirror, and aa it generally tells FRUIT TREES.-Kill a Habit cut it open practicable make out and forward a roster to Jacksonville, Jan. 29, 1835. 5tf THE BOSTON PEARL AND LITERA,
a "flattering,taIE1" she turns from'it with a and rub your trees from the surface of the Bricradier: General Call, of Tallahassee to be GAZETTE. Volume FourthPublished -|

pleasing conviction that her beauty will ground up twelve or fourteen inches. condensed and submitted to the Adjutant FOR SALE. every,week, by'

enable her to conquer the heart of the most General, that this necessary information, so FEW thousand Seed Cane. ISAAC C. PRAY.
obdurate, and that whosoever elsq may die A person being-asked what a ghost said important to the Territory of Florida, maybe A. M.X. PINCKSTON. The work will be published weekly,each

," in a state of single blessedness," she is to: him which he pretended to have seen. sent to the War Department.By Jan. 23. ', 4tf'' number containing eight large quarto page:
i destined to beoome, ere many years roll How should I know what he said ? I am order of.the Governor and Command equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of miscelaneous

' a I I by, a happy bride. Fromtba} age of eighteen not skilled in the dead languages. er-in-Chief. THOS. BROWN, GREAT NATIONAL WORK. and original matter, printed on napeA
to' is u the time 14 Adjutant Gen. Florida Militia. AMERICA'N.MAGAZINE nor white paper, with'perfectly new
twenty very witching
landsome title and index tnl':
of female life. During that period the A schoolmaster advertises that he will ; TREASURER'S; NOTICE. Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to le il- be furnished) ;,and page the work correct at the end of the

female heart is more susceptible to the soft keep a Sunday school twice a week.- -' lustrated by numerous Engrarlllgs.I I year, will form an excellently printed vojune

and tender influences of love, than at any Tuesdays and Thursdays.To TREASURER'S 'OFFICE", > BY THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. of four hundred and sixteen pages, equal
., other | and we appeal to our fair readers three
Tallahassee, March 8th, 1835. J success which has attended the thousand duodecimo pages.
i to say, 'whether, if inclination was alone be angry, is to revenge the faults of BY an act passed 2lst November, 1829, it lication of the best Magazines from pub-the The volume will contain twenty-six pi
-- consulted in'the business, more marriages others upon ourselves: i is provided that all Bonds executed by English Press, has led to for issuing of music for the Piano Forte, &c, equal te
'would not take place during that ticklish Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by the Judgeof a periodical more preparations! adaptedto one hundred of common sheet music, which

season, than in any by which it)ia preceded NEW GOODS. the County Court to the Treasurer of the the wants and taste of particularly the American pub- could not be purchased separately for Ieit

or followed ; it is the grand climacteric of THE Subscriber has for sale the following Territory of Florida; and thatall Auctioneersshall lic. While it will be the object of the pro- than five dollars; and the publisher is dell'

love, and she who passQs it without enter of merchandise. quarterly in each year commencing on prietors to make the ,work strictly what its mined to procure the simple rather than t\he

ing into a state of matrimony, may chanceto Superior quality Blanket from $4 50 to the lilt of January, transmit to the Treasurer title indicates, it will, nevertheless, containall complex and difficult.
pass several years of ber'life ere'ahe is $3 50 per pur. under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy articles of interest to its patrons, which Although the publisher places no den D'
'r caught in the meshes of Hymen. The A good quality Negro cloth 371-9. pr yd. of all sale effected by him, with the amount appear in foreign Magazines. dance whatever, m the support of it,as auttrary -
truth is that the' Irish Linen from 60c to $1.00 and at what time and place, and for whom Extensive preparation have been entered paper, from itsengrhvingsyettherea'dbe
be majority of women beginto. Best plaid Homespuns 7 yds. for $1.00, the sands was,made. Now, all Auctioneersare into,both with Artists and Authors, to furnish presented occasionally, pl&tes from coppeand
more thoughtful when they have 3-4 Homespun unbleached lOc required to take notice of said law, and from all of the Union wood of beautiful workmanship an lad
turned the age of twenty. The giddiness Superior fancy stripes 183-4c. per yard, conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds must Illustrations, of subject of, drawingsand interest ish. Already have appeared a eAutifuD1

of the girl gives way to the sobriety of wow Silk h'dkfs from 50c to $150, be instituted., Judges of the County: Courtsare which the publishers every confidantly believe will, engraved portrait of James FenimO COOP) !

man. Frivolity is succeeded by reflection ; 4-4 unbleached Shirting 13o per yard by requested without delay to forward, enable them'to issue a work honorable to its executed on steels and a chaste'vigbette titlt

previous- the piece, or 6 y'ds for one dollar by'retail, properly certified and approved, the Bonds of title and acceptable to American People. page, engraved on copper. ) I
Shirting bleached from ICo to 25c pr yd, Auctioneers in their possession. The American' Magazine is published Its contents will be various and spirited;t)
anxieties'pf Jife) press themselves more for. Fancy dress and 'furniture calicoes from CHARLES AUSTIN, monthly-each humber containing between there will T>e a general record of Odfurrepces !-

cibly; they tend to weaken the, effect of 130 to 25o per yard by the piece Treasurer the' Territory of Florida. forty and filly imperial octavo pages, at,, Two Statistics, Obituary notices, &c. 4u
t the sanguine anticipation unmingled fe- Sattinetts from 87 l-2c to $1 25 superfine, 14 DOLuRs'per,,annum, payable in advance. addition to the,Tales .egends,Essays,<[ical r':
licity in the marriage state,which the mind Superfine cloth $-150 per yard, NOTICE. It eomnrisfls..-Pnrtmita a.nd 'Rin..1- elling Literary, Fugitive and Hist
had White and red flannels from 371-2o to Sketches of distinguished Americans Vi Sketches, Biography, Poetry, &c. roakint M
formed in its
are ; ews
youthful day 631-2(3 ALL persons hereby notified that pur- of Public elegant for the and for the}Jjf 1 !
'; .' e per yard to the Act of Congress of March Buildings, Monuments, and improvements paper parlor, [
from of "
Bed tickings 183-4o to 25c per yard ; Landscape -the boundless polite literature, as contributions
1 f 2d 1831 entitled An scenery -
SUl'fDEa-lIe' I who-can choke the sweet Mosquito netting,good quality $125 pr pi.A the, punishment, ofpflences] committed to provide in cut-for variety and beauty of which, in this secured, from some of the most popvlar A as.

i i flowers,of social love and taint them with LS0 country, will form an unceasing source of instruction rican authors.
ting Live
destroying 0 Oak
removing and
disease good assortment offancybeltribbandtahiit and gratification The work will be printed as well,andtain !
--or in the paradise of earthly bliss other Timber, or pees reserved for naval ; Engravings and
buttons-silk-.sewing silk ball and descriptions of the character habits as much reading matter aa any sioi
n where the plants of virtue flourish spread purposes." Positivy proof will be &c. 01;
spool thread-writing paper-euperior do.- required Birds, Beasts, Fishes, and Insects quarto paper now published in the '
the blight and mildew! of desolation hatred of all shipping such Timber that togethe r
the States
persons ,
ladle.white hose-horn and wood combs- with every subject connected with the Geography ; and it can safely and truly be c4 fc
and distrust who has been cut from
crush his same not lands the
; can neighbor's silk and cotton property the cheapest of the kind.
umbrellu-and Natural journal
History and
a Artificial
good as- -
of the State. resources -rj
fame United
M to dust and build on its ruins-who somment of or from lands on of the illustrated TTRBIS-Three dollars annum, ?
1 ';J,;, can write infamy upon the brow of others DRUGSlND 'MEDlCUfES. which the Timber has been reserved for naval and popular cpuntry, .a familiar paper is firmly established per be paid ii d'

t J ,to prove his own purity-is neither man purposes., JAMES DELL, manner.Boston Bewick Company. vance. Two dollars for six months, talc
,nor beast-but a heartless fiend. Thosewho OThe above article. are of the best quali- Collector. No. 47, Court Street. paid! in advance.
f have their ty, and will be sold for a small advance, for January 1,1835. tf 2 Boston 1834: 1
? seen dearest interests tam cash or produce. (TJ Editors of Newspapers throughout the JTTTTTLL
pered with-wbo have known what it is to JOHN W. RICHARD. CABINET FURNITURE WARE United States, who will publish the foregoing J
have the JOHN A. SILLO WAY
priceless gem of a good name Jacksonville Jan. OUSE. Prospectus, and notice the contents of the ,
...*sullied the poisonous 23. 4tf Magazine from Real Estate and Jtferetoufee Broker /',
1i. by breath of cold unpitying -I TAMES COKE time to time,shall be entitled I ,
H. No.
#' slander; these'best caifsay that bet NOTICE. J New.York, oten for, tale 100, Broadway kind and to the first volume. I Exdutnge-ftreet, Boston, Jfou. !
t ,- Las no heart. If the lightning's flash every ,Any attend to the and lffl
ever person remitting the I selling
' Indebted quality of ideboarde-Secrttariee- Agent, by mail, '
darts from heaven to strike the guilty down a ALL persons, are to'me make by Note or Book Cases 1 ties of all descriptions. I post paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive six W of Real Estate, in every part o! ,
requested to imme- *'
it wiU blast the hopes of murderers suchas didte payment to S. Streeter who Is duly Chairs of every C1lality-High post and I copies for one year-and continued u long United States. People desirous of efftf ,
these.-[Sir Matthew Hale. authorized' to receive, and% Esq.receipt for the- French Bedstea fMahoganyandMapleIiair 'as the money is regularly forwarded.A ing from one part of the Union to aao""ty

same. and Moss nsMs-Feather B d...* liberal price will be paid for can always receive correct intonna tI
I appropriate
There fs a paradox in pride-It makes O: .No further indulgence be 'gi v en. Looking GluM [Carpets' -and a full assortment and well written articles, or drawings, illus applying for various at hia f6ce. He will receive deli ar '
kinds .
some ridiculous but of \ to furnish trative of national of Merchandize,
men prevents others < J JOUN WARREN. every \g necessary subjects, possessing in- at Commuaiet"?
from becoming so. """ Jacksonville March 28. : house.. it terest. Subscriptions received at this office any part of th Union. !'
: 315 addressed attc ?
I\e 'R5, i .,. 'ApriI7.t'' 1;'I, 3w15' Dee. 25,1834.. 1 to. to him ej Will-- be promptly Jasul835'7" ,-


.. ..
-, .



.- '
-, :', ," -