Jacksonville courier
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Title: Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title: Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 45-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L. Currier & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I JACKSONVILLE, COURIER, PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. gislative Council of Territory' of Florl- tcrod'into bond with and :sufficient ey in tho Treasury not otherwise: 'I l!I'' "

PUBLISHED OHCK.A WEBK: BY r da; That tho inhabi ants,of Amelia Island security, 1 in. tho thousand .dollars iriated. t _appro- I'
,LAWS who by law are:m ido liable to performroad in tho county 'court of tho countywithin' PnssodFob., l4th,1835.Approved I
L.: CURRIER & OF THE duty, bo and hey are, hereby made which the said,Amies reside, con Feb. 14th,,, 1835.CHAP. "
TERMS-$4"per.year, payable half yearlyin TERRITORY OP ,FLORIDA.PASSED exempt from such duty and, from working ditioned for tho faithful application tlio
advancer:-Single papers 12 cents.. upon any other roads than such as may be funds aforesaid, arisingJfrom said wsalcs to 889. [No.:LXVIU] ,Jin aft to change "
Advertisements inserted,. and contracts THE on said Island for the term'of two years, to the objects abovp specified. the ,name 'of Mary P. Jlarker!tf St. _
for yearly advertising, on reasonableterms. bo calculated from'tho passage of this act.. Passed, Fob. 7th, 1835. Johns, County. ., /
I made' 'II!
| 1835. 'iApproy' d Feb. 14th 1835. ,
Bo it enacted That '
ENDED SATURDAY, FEBRtJART 14th, 1835. Approve Feb Nth 1835. -V the name 'of Mary 1
communications by mull be ad- ; \ P. Harkor of St. John's
I All may LXIt."d9I County
'JOHN H. EATON Governor. CUAP. 884. No.,, act, ,
Uressedto E. WILLIAMS, Editor of the Coo [ ] to enable Mary Doxtor be and it is hereby '
tler: -postage in all cases, to Ijo paid. GEORGE K.WALKER,Sec of Territory CHAP. 880.' [No.' ivui.T An( act for the the Guardian of the infant children and and declare to, be Alnry 'P. Dexter changed by ;

l ,...,.... JOHN WARREN'President. ot'tho i Council. ,relief,gfJosep' JV:H'acAoo.:' heirs of John' 4ndn .i 4ecthcc4:to,conveycertain which last 1181110. oho shnU bo known and, i
AOEcTs i FOR THE COURIER. ... Be it enacted by tho Goteriior-and Lo- real estate therein Mentioned. +
> rccognisOO.,1
1FLOIWM.'af ,QnAP. 876 [Noriiv.JiAnactfortthtttlirfyf'jEdmn.&Mlberti'and jr ; }islativeCouncil pfUbe TemitoJj jFlori- De' i} enacted ,by the Oovcrnor,and Lag ', Tossed Febftlth 1835.; L '
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: (cTa That the slndve "
troosurer\pft1lJs'lWPlf be Council of the
Territory of Florl-
.Pl'tI ory .
tptutirl'e--Jailer Grty; : '- Sadler '
St.A > Henry Approved F 14th 1E )J. .
'.v n.dari.-E.. A< Cohen, ESQ. P. rJVeiCTUMwrtH : : and ho is hereby authorised to pay Joseph dn,,That the guardian of the infant child. tt- ,
*-S..EUi9j Esq. P. M. Whereas the said Edwin R.'Alberif'nod, Wachob out of an'money in the treasury ren and heirs of John Andro deceased, bo "" I w
Spring Grover-J',Garrison, Esq. P. M. Henry 'Sadler have constructed nt 'fflteat not otherwise, njpropriaicd, the /sum authorised, and empowered, and the said CHAP; 890. [No. LXVIII.] 'Jin act lor'tA", '
GEORGIA. hazard 'and expense, a steam sawmill,on of o hundred: dollfs lorfopprehondingcertain guardian is hereby authorised and relief of Edward ,Chandler. I ,

St. Mery't-A. Doolittle, Esq: ,\P. M.,, tho St. Mary nvcr in the county'of'Nns' = prisoners,andfor services rendered to sell and COlveyat[at private empowered sale, all ,See. 1. Bo it enacted lot tho Governor '1 t "
Savannah-B..Philbrick\ESq4MaconEdmund'Jtussell. sau known as the wood-stock steam BOW tho Territory in cortan criminal prosecutions tho right title, and interest, of the said infant and Legislative\ Council the Territory* i '
: mill, the permanency' continued operation in Jackson Couity. children and heirs a| aforesaid in and of Flor da That tho Treasurer of tho said i !
of which in the production lumber Passed, Feb. 13ji, 1835. to a certain tract of land,' lying and situated Territory be, and ho is hereby authorised f ,
AN'OLD WIDOWER'S PROPOSAL.. 1 will greatly contribute' to the interest 'and .Approv, "Feb.'l,4th, ,1835.. on tho'north river In the County of St.John's and directed to pay out'' of any money in'M M ;
Now in'the afternoon of life, convenience of the country where tho said ,,in tho Territory Florida, known tho 'rreasnrynot otherwise appropriated 1 ,
inclinations. rife < mill is established : Now, therefore that CHAP. 881. [No ilk] Jin act for the relief as tho. shell ,bank ,tract : Provided, that the Bum of two hundred dollars to Ed warn ,
are,thy r
Say, tho mechanics, laborers, and, other hands of the, heirg of Mary, T. Block upon presenting tho;facts and circumstances handler Into District Attorney, for tho !
To be again a'wedded wife,' employed at said mill- may not be called Be it:enacted by the Governor and Legislative of said sale to the Judge of tho county Southern District of Florida, in !lull for hU- !
Shrewd widow? from.their necessary enagements there, for services in criminals on bo-1: J''
Council of the Territory of Flori- court,for tho county of St. John's, the said prosecuting' .
with. ,0: the performance of rood duty in said da, That it shall and 1ny' bo lawful for sale; and provided also, that tho said guardian half of the Territory in said District, from'ho ,
Tho' age'thy hair gray doth sprinkle, county.Be John Blocker, of''Loot County, in this shall give and execute to tho saidJudge May\ term 1830 of the Superior Court' q
Each dimple lengthens to a wrinkle, '\ It enacted by the Governor and Legislative Territory to' sell and depose of tho cast bond and security in adequate to November term 1834 Inclusive., 1
Thy brilliant eyes taore faintly: twinkle: Council of the Territory of Flori half of the northeast qiarter section thir- amount, for tho faithful management and Passed, Feb. 13th, 1835. I

Good, widow,: da,;'That the said Edwin R.' Albert! and teen, township one, ;of 'tonge two, south application of the'funds received from tho ,Approved Fob. 14th, 1835, ., .. }
Henry Sadler, and the mechanics, laborers and east, 'entered 'in tho office of the Re- solo aforesaid.:! ', I \'
Still, if thou deign an answer kind. .. ,and other hands employed at said mill, ceiver, at Tallahasseetin tho name of Passed, ,'Feb. 7th, 1835., CHAP. 891. [No. LXtX.] Jin act to author: .
To all these failings, am blind,, shall bo exonerated frorn'tho' performanceof I "Jesse Blocker,in trust fcr Mary\ T. Blocker Approved, Feb.; llth 1835.. I tae James Stuart to build a bridge across'.
And chie.1lylove'and woo thy mind, road duty; and all liability therefor in of Florida,'* holdipg tic proceeds thereof the Ocklocknte river. 1 .1

,Queer. widow., said county Nassau for three years from to'the use of the children of tho. said CHAP.'885.. (No. Lxt-t.] Jin act for;: the ,relief Sec 1. Bo enacted. by the Governor'and
tho first day of March next, after the pas Mary T. Blocker I deceased. uf Ellas' B. Gould.T Legislative Council of tho Territory of ;
,With thee life'*evening I would spend, sago of tins act,' upon their''payment, for ,, Sec. 2.. Be it farther 'acted, That before Sec. 1. Bo it enacted ,by the Governor Florida, That James Stuart be, andho !Is,
Would be thy husband, guardian,'friend. each of said years into the county treasury the said John Blocker shall proceedto and Legislative Council ot the Territory of hereby vested with the right and power )
'Until:that'evening calmly end, 'of,said county in lieu of performance l sell the land described the foregoing I Florida, That the Auditor and Treasurerbe of building a bridge, und charged with tho I
Dear widow..' of road.' duty therein, 'the Bum'of twenty section of this act ho shall enter into bond and they oro hereby authorised to audit duties of keeping tho same in repair! ,across, :
dollars, on or before, the first' day of Sep :, payable to the'Governor,of this Territory and pay to Ellas B. Gould, the sum of one lie. Ocklocknco river, At or within throe '';
But, if dpon my suit thou frown', tember of each'of said years-said money or his successors in. office in tho sum 'of hundred and six dollars, tho amount of his hundred yards of tho place where tho road d

Nor will conypnt to be my crown,* thus paid into, said 'county treasury to 00appropriated 'five hundred dollars. with such security as account against the Territory, for. services lending froth Tallahassee to Georgia erne: I t
for the improvement and repair tho judge ,of thd county court: of j Leon' I[tcrfonned by hlin for tho same,which was BCS tho said! riverand ilmll continuo in tho ,
Be; sure, 1 will not hang;nor drown, 'of roads in said county. shall deem sufficient, conditioned to pay rejected bytho Auditor for want of due enjoyment tin same, eo.long as die Ald.. l

Fair widow: Passed, Jon. 31st1835.Approved over the monies arising from the sale of authentication, ,but .which is doomed just James Stuart, his heirs 'or assigns, shall ,
Nor will.1 the livelong day, 1 Feb."4tty 183.;! tlio above described land to the children of and correct. keep the somo in good repair,;:(unavolda-
pass the said 1\lnryT. Blacker deceased. Passel Feb.JOth 1835.: .. blo accidents oxccptod) for the safo,crossing -., I
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Bewailing a lovesickjay : I' "- '
CHAP. 877. : to change '
[Notv.J fact Passed; Feb Oth1835. 'Approved, l''cili. 1'lc 1,1835, of such.vehicles. &0. as travehherondi') ,
That grief wasting me away, the Elizabeth'&''Uiidcncood to that "' aUowt } I
name of Approved, Feb. 1th,1835CRAP. : und shall Ira to receive ,thin prices,,
Rare. widow. ofElizabeth Murrheei ,CHAP. 880. '[No. Lxiv.J Jin act to legitimate of toll lowCI'lj' law, to bo received\ atvtho
'Sec. 1. 'Bo it enacted., the Governor 882. [No. LX.] '.!1T(set for the relief ; and change the name of William river .Provided, nevcrthelrjM -,
I'll neither sigh,nor groan,nor pout, and Legislative Council, of the Territoryof of :Ely ah Jlndrewt.' W. Hicks, to thai ofjriUiain .11' Brown. that nothing in this act, shall bo "'
,But bear my lot with courage stout, Florida; TJiat from and after the passage Be it enacted by the Governor and' Lo : Sec. 1. Bo, it enacted by the Governor so construed as to authorise sail Stuart to* I' t
Another wed, or live'without, of this act, Elizabeth Underwood, of islative:[ Council of the Territory: of Flori and Legislative Council ot the Territory of obstruct prevent any person: from free*, I
Cold widow. Nassau County, shall be known and called a a'That it shall and maybe lawful for Florida, That from and after tho passage access In crossing tho ford of I sold river: to :
by the name of Elizabeth Murrhce. Elijah Andrews to sell end dispose of the of this! act, \Vtn.' \V. Hicks,, of the OUD&Yof'Jncksol1 where.tho road shall lead! to, or near saUL.: 1 :
For I can live as well,though free Sec. 2. Be it further enacted'That tho real and personal estate of which Joseph ; shall be known and ,called by bridged: ,.. .t
From all the charms that compass thee, said Elizabeth shall be held and considered R. Lane died seized In tho county of Leon tho name'' of Wm. W. Brown. Sec. 2. Bo it farther enacted ,That non .
As thou. canst, separate from me, in law, as the child and legal heir of for the benefit of his wife Wary Andrews, Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted That thesaid person shall have a right, to bui d'a hrid.wf'. N
Old widow. William Murrhee? of said county ; and as late widow; of the,'said ;Joseph: H. Lane William shall.bo held and consideredin or establish ferry, within two /., (
"A: virtuous woman "is a "to.her such, shall be entitled to inherit in whole and of the heirs of the said Joseph U. law'as tho'child and legal heir of Ben i. said bridge,'except for,tho .O"of his 01'lice I .t

I husband"-[Solomon.< crown' or in part his property, or so'much thereof Lane {:.and to make and execute ,all; conveyances J. Brown, 'of said county ( and as' such plantation. ,, ',.* !
: as she would be entitled to, bad she necessary in carrying into, effect I shall bo entitled to inherit his property, or Passed; Jan. 20tlir 1835. -,-". a I \
LINES BY J. S. KNOWLES., been born in wedlock the sale hereby authorised which said such port thereof as ho would bo entitledto Approved, Jan, JOtb,183S.1 1 :{ j l'I
Jon.26th valid bad he been born in lawful l wedlock. ,
''She lived a nun I ,No convent wall .Passed, 1835. conveyances shall be as and effectual ;
Approved, Jan'29tli, 1835. in law as if executed by said/ deceased in Passed, Feb. lOtht 1835. Ctuf.892.No.Lxx.' [ ) Jin Bill to author-,J '
(Immured her she was a woman t All his Feb. 14th tie Jlbrdham .11il tid 10 establish
life time: Provided, that nothing here- Approved, 1835 a ferry t
'That man in woman seeks!. Not one CRAP. 878.. No. XLIV.] An ad to authoriseMary in contained shall bo construed to prejudicethe .. across the"Escambia rive,.. ,,-,; '

More fair; and yet,she,lived a nun!!'' J. Fontane to sett and convey certain right of dow r of said Mary An- CHAP. 887. [No. LXV.4n] .aft'for the relief Sec I.- Be It enacted by duo. Governor 1

,real estate ,therein described. "rewi, late Mary Lane in and to such 'cs-: of John C. Oetand.Sec. and Legislative Council of the Territory a''i
I,She lived a nun for love.-Her soul Sec. i. Be it enacted" by the Governorand 'ktSSec.2. .. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor of Florida, That Abraham Mlllsted beandH t I'
Had met kindred one !-Her whole Bo it further enacted That before Council ot the of
Legislative Council ot tho Territory of Legislative Territory ho is ,thereby authorised to establish and> II
'Of wishes ;hop 8-the'plaid had given Florida, That Mary\ J.;,Fontane, guardian availing himself of the privileges con- Florida, That the Auditor and Treasurerbe keep a public ferry across"the, Escamblairiver ,
'To hint who owned that soul-and heaven t of Charlotte Fontane, a,minor, under, the ferred by the first' BCetion'of this act the and they are hereby authorised to audit at a place commonly known Cot.
of twenty-one years be, and she is said Elijah Andrews shall) file in tho office and pay to John C. Clclnnd"ho sum, ,,o f ton's ferry and that lie be allowfd'to, ,
'She could not wed-was doomed to prove age hereby authorised and fully empowered of the clerk of the county coart,:of Loon' twenty seven dollars and twenty five cents, charge such rates of toll 'as maybe from ) '

'The poet right--"'the course of love grant, bargain, sell, and convey,, in fee county, a bond with two good and 'suffi the amount'of his account* agalnK the Territory time to time established by tho 'county* '
"Hut's true, ran never even yet"- simple absolute, all that certain lot of cient securities, in the sum of five thou: ; for:services perfornsed; by hint as court of Escambia County "'*." '' I
>Such lot the maidVtrue love had met. ground the property of die said Charlotte, sand dollars, to be n by tho ,judgeof Justice of the Peace, which ,war reject See. 2. Be It further enacted, That all
.. situated in the city of St. Augustine, East said court and made{ payable to the by the Auditor, for want of duo authentication the right, privileges, profits, and emoluments
'She knew but love-ehe'knew not sin,- 'loridaln what,, is known .as Hospital Governor of the"Ten-itory: of Florida, and ,, but which is deemed just and.cor of sold ferry bo. and 'are hereby i
"The flame her bosom warmed, within measuring in front, north and south, twen- his successors, for the,use of the late widow I rect vested in 'the said Abraliam MlHstod. his ,
Her seraph breast might burn or.claim. ty and half varns, Spanish measure ; and and children of\tho said Joseph R.. ,Paaactt Feb. 10th, 1835. ., 'hejrv; !executor, administrators,of assigns; '
For in from:east to ,west, twenty-four Lone,'cor 1itioncd to make the said sale in : Approved Fcb.14th,1835., for tho term of four years, Provided that, '
child of, earth a" seraph's- .-'name.... depth. ich said lot is bounded} on the such manner as may best promote the' interests i said Abraham Millete d t7 l hla heirs, execu.... }
Andwas, themaid, beloved again east by. Charlotte street, on the west' by of the said widow and children,and CHAP. 888. [No. ucvtl Jin i /fJ'f-lAc re- torn, administrators, or assigns, shall aI-. '

:She was!!Beloved, alas, in:fraMUoblest : Hospital street, on the south by a lot own- faithfully to appropriate the proceeds in Jief of JfiUory E.,.SunllfJ1I6 and, othtrt.Soc. ways keep a flat of sufficient size and '
he'died I unwed ed by Francis Gui, and on the north, by a the manner, prescribed by law, and pointed 1. Be it enacted by tile Governorand strength to carry ,over 'a loaded waggon
; though won lot owned by tho heirs of Joseph: Fontane, out in'the first section of this act,, and Legislative Council ot the Territory oFlorida f and team j and snail] strictly ,cdraply with a'
The/maid; for'love. that lived, a-nun.. deceased.' also, to make return on oath to every term That the Auditor of this Territory the ruNs and regulations that, may be etablwbed *-.t
RzLioioife Sec. 2. Be it further enacted 'by the authority of the County Court of expenses incurred. bo, and he Is hereby! directed to audit by the county court of Eieaniblah 3'
Take away religion and you Sec 3. Bo it further enacted That said : iliac be hereafter *
take aforesaid,,That, a conveyance made and allow to Simmons, hIs account county, or may provided
noble away the foundation of much that is in virtue of this act, and in duo form of bond may be put in suit successively for of twenty down; as full compensation by luvf '
and exalted in man. lie who posfcasea law by the said Mary J. Fontane, as guar every violation'of the provisions of this for his services In assisting to guardthe Sec. 3. Be it further enacted ThatU-
looks upon the world with an Increase dian aforesaid, of the said Charlotte, .of act. jail in Leon County,up to the JOtti{) day shall be unlawful for any person to keelflPferr1
of admiration he feels '
himself Passed Feb. 9tb, 1835. of In the 1834 to audit within less than five miles above r'
said real estate: shall operate to. extinguishforeTer April, year j also
growing with a renovated love to his fellow all the right, title and, interest, Approved, Feb. 14th, 1835. and allow tho account of John D. Colouion below unless the aid ferry bo toll free aDd r'
creatures, and at once acknowledges the dollars for for hU, her or their individual use.' ..' '
and claim whatsoever: f.of;; her thesaid to the amount of fourteen ,
invisible and, all-pervading Power. Jle- property Charlotte in and to said real'estate CHAP. 872. No. LXL] Jin act to author'ise similar services, up to the fourteenth day Pawed, F b. 10th. 1835. r, "
ogipn throws a brilliancy upon the morning Mary Johnson and John JL Cuthbert, audit Approved Fob,l4h,1835. t
of life and vest in the purchaser thereof; and hi of April of the same 'W'-a1do, to
U embellishes the and fanciful ,.
t gay his heirs and ,a valid and indefeasible to dispose of,certain real estate. and allow the account of.John ,Reynolds, : t 1
:$**ams of childhood; it falls like a refresh* tide thereto assigns, against her: the said See. ]. Be it enacted by the Governor to the amount of one hundred and ,thirty CHAP 893. [No. LXXI.) A Jltil to authorise 'j 1
$ upon the hearts of the young andoeenr Charlotte, and her heirs; and every other and LegWatIve'Council of the Territory of seven dollars, for similar services,up to the Samwl C. Keyser to'establish' near
Iion.t. softening the feelings and-affect person and whatsoever, claimingor ; Florida, That Mary Johnson, and John A. 20th day November of the same year- across the EstamMa river: at or '
infant children also audit and allow the account of E. junction with the Escanbta bay., :
deriving title to said real estate,or to any Cuthbert,guardians of the to ,
WHAT SHARE CA1T I HAVI: IS TBX DES- part thereof; by, through or under her the of Jeremiah, Johnson, deceased' bo and K. Freeman, to the amount of one bun: See. 1. lie It enacted by the Governor ..;
runts or mr corjarar?-'The same share said, Charlotte. t they are hero authorised to sell and convey dred and fifty five dollars,for similar servi and Legislative Council of the Territory of V l
rill bas in the rivuletj and the rivu- Passed Jan.'15th 1835. any, lands<< owned by the rare Jeremiah ccs, up to the 12th day of,December,of the Florida That Samuel C, KeyscTK' and *1'
r* sea. Should every little streamr Approved: Jan.,tftbj 1835. Johnson, in bis life tune, in the Territory same year. he I* hereby autl ori 2 d lo. ectabtuib and v
wry at its fountain head'where would of Florida, to defray the expenses of the gec.2t: ( further enacted That the keep public ferry aeroMi the E tarnb1a

Bor8! river,that dispenses fertility-the CHAP. era' [No:'i;:] M ac ' ?-''J>carnS"> and wealth lief of the inhabitant* of 4* a island.t children, and heirs! which said sales. hall first section of this set, .be, and they are of rVwamLU, and that he be altowttl to'e 1
._ O! be madeV&fter the having en- hereby directed to be paid out of any mon charge such rates of toll an may be from
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to timo established by' me county indecent and occasionally! vulgar expiresmons 'I es, and reconilucted t$ the chief,,who J placed the ship which took off the survivors, may large extent, pra&entfid but too .
1k court of Escambia county. which are met,the repitition of thingsthe a large guard over the but allowed l have subsequently fallen in with, the Wm. field for the operations of the inceZr}
Sec. 2. Be'it ,further enacted, That; ,all most frivolous, her frankness, in speaking the men to walk at liberty., The Penn ; as the latter, would'cruise in, the '< ,
" < 'the rightsprivilegcit, profits. and-emolu of persons and things from impulse ship having approached 'near the land about customary route of the whalers in that A wrciJ'. OCCURRENcE."
menu of paid ferry be and art hereby vested rather than reflection, are abundant proof noon, the boat Came with the articles quarter. tween the hours of 2 and_43 On Friday !u.
in tile said Samuel c. Keyser, his heirs, that it was instanced for her own amuse demanded,, including pieces of iron'as sub- ...,.. time when o'clock, A.
(a most of i
, .' I executors,administrators or assigns,for the ment, and that of a, private circle, and not stitutes for cannon bate. As soon as these THE CHARLESTON FIRE. posing from their labors our'cjtizens are :
w term\ of ten years: Provided the said for the inspection of the prying eyes of were landed", the chiefinsisted! upon ou.otb., The particulars of the destructive fire in even dreaming of the' dreadful, and, {p perhaps hOI

Samuel C. Keyser, his heirs! executors, public curiosity. So considered, we regret er supply, enumerating plates, knives, Charleston, we 'take, from ,the Patriot of of their fellow creatures that 'calamitiea
V administrators or assigns,shall always keep that its.publication has been the occasion forks, cups, saucers] spoons, &c. Compliance Saturday tensive budding large and
evening. Canal
I'. \ 'a flat'of sufficient size and strength to car. of so much, that must have been exceed was the only alternative, and the the Planters' Hotel street, known L"
: >rv over' a loaded wagon and teams,. and ingly unpleasant to the, feelings of those boat, with the yarns purchased on the day EXTENSIVE AND DESTRUCTIVE, FIRE.It .- tremendous fell tOthe ground,wiSa
r- i a shall strictly >comply with the rules and' concerned., Eoix.TO ., .previous, was again gent oft Captain U. becomes bur painful duty to record one crash! and l; gave a shock to
l regulations'that may established by the alone remained. 0 the return of the of the most awful and destructive conflagrations the surrounding neighborhood, similar
county court of Escainbi.r county, or'that CAUTION' 'VU. ERS.-W' aro in- boat, a further.demand, of a bottle of oil tha,has visited out city since the that experienced from an'earthquake
be hereafter provided by 'law. .. debtedto Capt. ,Upham of the ship Corin- and of a bottle of rutri was made. These greatfire of 810.' About half past 12 o' an awful pause ensued for: a few seconwhen' !,
Sec. 3. Be, It further enacted, That it thian, recently arrived from the Pacific were sent fur and da their reception, at clock last night, the bells of St. Michael's the smothered voices of several un
shall be unlawful for any person or per: Ocean,(for the'following details; of an out. about sunset, Capt. Uj was "discharged.He .- sounded the lawn, but before any numberof fortunate i individuals i who were deeply by.
sons to keep a ferry'Within less than threer rage and robbery,jbommitted by one of the returned to( the ship and mudo'sail im- citizens,ciuld assemble the fire' had ried beneath the' ruins issued from the pile"
miles above or below Unless the raid ferry savage 'sovereign:of,the 'SoutSen') Island I mediately. [Nantucket Inq. made fearful broeress.' the alarm bells rang and hundreds- nf-- eu._WI.
be toll free and for ..his her, or their individual ,which we publish that it may s serve I It broke oit i in a small wooden tenement efficient firemen rushed upon the spot and
use. especially as a warning to oil who SHIP Ww.4 PEnN.-'Much' anxiety has on the west side of Meeting, between made every exertion which humanity
'"V -' ] d disposed place,reliance on the good,faith l been felt in chi vicinity, in consequence o f Hazel and Mr\ ket streets, occupied by Mr. could dictate to rescue the miserable sufferers
(For" the Courier.] .M' of those untutored barbarians.On flying reports, ,hick have been in circular Sheppard as L.Saddler's Shop. It, soon from the jaws of death. We understand -
books with the afternoon'iho 19th of Novem tion for seve 1 days;' /of/ the loss of two spread on bot) sides of that building, but there were"from sixty to seventy persons -
Perhaps no are sought more ber last; Capt. Uphahi. with a boat and boats crews blonguWto: the'ship. Wm. was arrested o i the south,by,a brick build livingin the house, some of whom
avidity, .in this book-devouring of this age, by than the boat's crew, landed the' Island of Eooa, Penn, ojVFolnjouth.: Copt-Worth, of the occupied,j by{"Ij. Wurdeman as a succeeded.Jin >effecting their, escape, with
,those reading of community travcllert-'aiinong.:iM.country"Wohare,;; one of lhe'Frfendly Islands, for .the, pur ship IlppW"i fo(Nontucket;''has furnishedthe study while on it: extended to but little i oj no, ,,injury,>ut we are sorry to
discovered aneager! curiosity learn pose of trading forvegetables, and without Nantucket Iriqutar with the following hazel street. 'Crossh Meeting street at add tba s +wil ,have loot ''ttuirlivoa: "or!
ever the observations of others concerning ourselves difficulty bought and took off two boat particulars of the affi r- the.Grocery corner ''of Guignard street, i been miserably mutilated" How truly do
observe loads of yams. ,Next morning with a view In:November last J when Capt. Worth occupied by Captaiii Fash. The flames i the scriptures say "in the midst of life we
followed I by an extreme -
:,sensitirenes, may whenever the traveller. of obtaining: a further supply, he again arrived at Oahu he mind the Wm. Penn spread northwardly to Haszel street, vbich'I I are in death !1'" 'Many of those poor creatures

from'prejudice or vanity, esteems ourselves -, landed loaded bis boat and despatched her there; endeavoring t procure officers and they also crossed aC this spot, consuming had ,been joyous and gay in themorningand
and her ,institutions for the ship, meanwhile remaining himself seamen for the prose lion of her'voyage two wooden tenements on the! north side at.highj they,went to bed 'to
i less than, our we country do.'fThis.'curi08ity. to purchase more,of which he had collec Capt. Swain stated tiat he (had lost two : of Hazel street, next to the comeroCl\Ieet-, rise no more !I" Many of them, perhaps,
elicited ted nearly another load, when the chief i boats and their crews it the Island of Otee- ing street. Their further'pro ss west- had taken", "heed for the morrow," and
was especially
when it first became known that Mrs. Butler .; asked him for a "big gun," Capt. U. replied why. (one'of the Navigator Islands}-and warjdly at this point was arrested by theblowing have been' thus cut off "in the'midst of
was about to publish her journal.) ''We that having but ono) on board he could hot presumed that the nun. bad been massa up of a:wooden,house in Hazel hope." God grant we may be oil prepared
were peculiarly anxious to knowwhatshe spare it-and the chief'seemed perfectly cred. The Wm. Pen having obtained a street Southwardly on'the same side of tq meet him, should it "seem good to him"
with whose acting wo were so much pleas, satisfied. The boat was now returning sufficient number, of men; though of inferior Meeting strep, they extended to the' Beef that such a calamity should overtake us!
t, : ed, thought ,of our ,acting, 'fondly, hoping from the 'ship, and, while going down \o capacity, to'sup ly this deficiency, left Market,the roof at the east .which was It is his mercy that there have ,not been
!. :that ours would strike ,her ns favorably, as meet her,\'Capt. U, was accompanied' by Oahu in due time, 3 order complete her! destroyed' ,and the, cupala,considerablyinjured. many,more victims in the list, as the bil

''hers did us., Sanguine in our expectations, the chief and others'all manifesting a very vpyoge. As Capt. Worth had visited Otee -- liard table had been remarkably full, and
i' and elate with our unequalled prosperity friendly, disposition. On tho, way/.howeVer why five months -r viou8. nrulmet- with'I'' "1'ne conflagration took an Eastwardly several 'persons whom, we'' have seen had
and happiness'as a peo we did not harbor some private conversation' took place verb civil treatrnel fth; natives, procuring -, course from, Meeting street, and levelled scarcely quitted them when they heard
the thought that Mrs. B. could find between the chief, his interpreter, and water and Ipplies without difiicul-, all the buildings on the'Dorth side of Mar- the crash., As 'usual, on such awful opportunities
thing to ,prefer in any other" country.We three New Zealanders who spoke English tY-I !ld as he had found sperm whales i in I et street| on both sides of Ellery street- there were some demons in thr
forgot that the lines of Goldsmith were Subsequently which, and as soon as the the.vicinitybe' luded to make another, >n both sides of,Guignard street ; ,on bothidesa shape human beings, who repaired there
i; as true now'as ,when first penned. boat was loaded, and ready to be pushedoff call for the purpos obtaining such veg.. of Pickney street, (with.the exception for the fake of plunder ;. we are glad to
"Such it the boast where'er the chief remarked that the boat could etables, &c; as gbt be needed on bIS: if two or three,on :the ,north side), until it hear, for the honor of our,city, that some
patriot's wet not go unless the "big gun"'was given him; homeward passag -os well as to' acquire cached Anson street, where it ,was arrest. of them have been taken and imprisoned,'
roam and on being again denied, he ,ordered the further informatio of the fate'of:Gap i'd ,by blowing up the house,on the/north" in the goal. During ,the) three days' revolution
Thi' firitj; be.t'country, always is at home; boat to be stopped on shore. Swain's men.Accordingly. ast corner of Pickney and Anson streets, in Paris, some persons, who were
J Such anticipations, could scarce fail of Some three hours afterwards, the gun he nade for the island, and lot however, until.it had destroyed all the similarly industrious,'were instantly seized,
disappointment. Another'reason, that so was again demanded, and again refused.=:- on his passage fed in with the ship Levi mildings on the west side of Anson street, and the populace punished them with justice
t many harsh criticisms oPher journal have The small,arms were token from the boat Starhuck" Freema oftbis port, whicb vessel rom illnrketstreettoBemeritltlilliken's* \ ;;we almost regret not to have a parallel .
i found their way to the public, may bo/that and she dragged up some distance on land accompanied im. They ,arrived i in Jugar Refinery, including both sides of to relate, for if summary justice\is ever
she seems, unfortunately for her' feelings, by \be'' nlltives. The Captain with his January last, and t ere boarded by the two uaiden' Lane, from Market\ ,to Pickney justifiable,there never was a stronger necessity -
; to;Have taken.adislike: 'to tike\ whole edirorla'i third mate'were allowed to walk about at bend chiefs, 'toge er' with two English treet. ,Crossing Anson at its northern for it than on'the present occasion.
r corps. Such feelings must necessarily liberty ; but In',the course of two hours residents there; w 0 acted as interpreters Junction with Pinckney ,street, it,, spread The following are some of the melancholy
14 soon become mutual. 4 they' returned to the chief's hut, where These white men ere before known t o still eastwardly, consuming three buildings particulars :=- -.
This is a new country. Freedom, and they found the' boat's,crew in' a state of Cnpt. W who con dered them honest and on the north side of Pinckney, and five on 1\Irl Morton slightly wounded ; Mr.\ Kennedy
equality here are our' characteristics-and great alarm. They informed ,Capt U. that trustworth y,'though rather limited intel- the east side of Anson; 'streets. At this severely injured ; Mr. Hannah dead.
": our boast. ,Could a'foreigner, coming from the chief bad threatened to take tho lives ligence. From them, however, he. learn- point the devastation was put a stop to by These gentlemen, together with Mr.\ Griffith
4' state of,society: 110 different, visit this himself and all .his.men on shore. He ed that CaptJS'ain"' when he hove in blowing ,up, and pulling down several were all from Davit/couhty Keni cky.,
country' withotjii being struck 'with these replied that he could;'not think so, and urged sight, sto W, W. point of, the isV wooden. tenements tp,4be, eastward of' the Mr. Griffith was non the building at the
t J peculiarities? Can we expect that n'person hid men to entertain no such fear.- land, and wei ?'on sboro with his boat.- fire.' After destroying the houses in Hazel time of the 'catastrophe, but instantly rt-
+ : J with''tHe utmost desire to dons justice, Here the chief exclaimed in English, "yes, That while the IB,this part of,the island be- street, from the, south east corner on paired to, the rescue and relief of his
accustomed to the distinctions and forms I'll kill you all, every '011<<,' of you"-and ing seldom vis :'d by ships for the purposeof Meeting street to the brick building occu- friends. *
English society;:to the labors and, moss- I !immediately proceeded with groat numbers trade,'and there being no,interpreters at pied by the late John Ball,'Esq. it was arrested Mr. TnlJman" portrait'' painter'had his
covered 'ruins or ages which appear on of natives, to force them into the interior hand, a misu ilorstauding occurred between in this direction by blowing up the arm greatly mashed. ,
every'side in that country i could be as well the chief armed.with bayonet: fixed to the a chief i nd' Capt. S. relative to' a bouses owned and occupied/by Mrs: Mr. Hans escaped unhurt
1 "pleased( with a state ofthings entirely different end of a pole twelve feet long, which he musket,,which he former, desired to possess Thompson, at t& corner of Hazel street Mr. Morass\ slightly injured.
'. --and one\ 'which philosophy, or : thrust against the tacks of 4apt. U. and -and'that Capt. S.very prudently tookto and Maiden\ Lane,' by which, the Trinity The lifeless bodies of Messrs Mooney
-tirnei'' is necessary tq cause us.to like ? It his mate, pushing them forward with pro- his boat and {returned to tho ship. On church in Hazel street was fortunately sav- and Hopkins were taken t from' under the
,' ,in an expectation; totally at variance with digious strength, fifteen or twenty feet at the following qorning{ anxious to procure ed. We regret to add, however, that St. ruins at about two o'clock yesterday.
the :experience of every mind. We are once,they not moving with sufficient speed. supplies, be seat two boats on shore with St phen's Chapel in,Guignard shared the Mr.\ B. Center. exchange broker,,escaped
justlY proud of everything 'American'. Agreati Haying advanced about two miles, they full crews; and it appears that the officers fate of tho bouses: in that "neighborhood.The uninjured. ,
'. ; free, prosperous and happy country arrived at large hut, on the'ground within and men madethemselves! too free with Baptist Lecture'' ,Room in Pinckney, Mr. E; Eller,dead. "
'' is"'our 'birth right. Having seen''nothing tv"bich lay a long Jog, whereon the chief property placed placed by the,chiefs under street was' also burnt.' Mr.'Ennis,of the Daily'Newsj; dead.
,; superior, we proudly conceive that the'dif- seated himself;.but on Capt. Upham's undertaking strict: taboo. They ,were repeatedly requested There:is no estimating the'e teJlt r'the Mr. Gaillard, clerk to Messrs.'Ainsley &
I tference between this'country and those of to sit down by his side, as he had to desist j 'but either not comprehending loss of property to the westward of'Meet Bryan, wounded. ,
r Europe, 'Is all in our favor. We have been, accustomed to do at the other hut; the request, or feeling no alarm ing street, if the house occupied) by Dr. Mr.\ Ellis, bruised.Mr. .
.something in common with the Chinese, the chief a most' powerful and athletic from the small number of natives present, Wurdeman, on the east side'or Meeting \ Armstrong hurt. ,
4 '5 who, will allow..other nations 'to 'have only man, standing-'six, and 'weighing not they; paid ho' regard to, the prohibition; street, being of brick, had hot been saved Mr. Culleston was saved by a beam resting
.one'eye j'or the Tartar; who Inquired of atraveller far from three hundred pounds-sprang up, when the chief of the tribe ordered by prodigious exertions, the flames in that on,the bed, poast;lie extricated himself
I if he had 'ever seen so fine 'a seized him, and with great violence threw I his men' to haul the boats on shore.- I case would have caught the large wooden I by making passage through, the par:
country as hiisndw covered hills and frozen him to the other, side of the hut, ordering This was resisted! by ,the other party j-:and building called the Panorama, and Seyle's tition to the next house ; be escaped witha
marshes, without enough of that inde him to nit there upon a mat The captain in the mean time,'a reinforcement having' suit of rootns, and penetrated into King slight 'scratch.Various '
pendent lati/aaion'In'bemg; superior to then took off his bat and laid it beside him, arrived from the interior, the natives made street. The consequence we need not de- reports ,are in circulation as to
all others ia'many' imnortant-- most when the chief again started up, grasped a a general 'attack, severely wounding Mr.\ scribe. the number, of persons' who were, withinthe
hi' important Points.' large heavy war-club and' aimed a blow at Eldredge, the'first officer, killing a Sand We regret to add that while two coloredmen walls when they' gave way ; but.it is
< i Mrs. B. fa constant in her, praise. of our the captain, brought. it' down purposely wich Islander,and taking the residue ,pris on the roof of the Market, it fell in, supposed there were not less than sixty.
: ;j country and countrymen: She ever com, within a few inches of his head. He again oners. Mri Eldreage was' treated ,with and one of them (a free fellow) named Joe What became of the whole of them, can
:;tl pares'us with the'Engliah, toer standard of asked for' the CAnnon,,and Captain great kindness thereafter, but died in 18 Bland, was seriously injured. The other only be surmised ; many it is said, miraculously
f. /16xcellenc: Of frequent occurrence are Upham 'still 'persisted in refusing it; when days. The survivors were,also well treat! (named Juaac) a slave belonging to the estate escaped at the- instant,'while, one
>; .passages'similar in sentimeht to the follow the'chief struck at,him a second time 'as ed. of Barg let, but slightly hurt. shudders to think what the ruins may yet
1!h ing extract before and in the space of a few minutes, On the 1st Dec. 1834, as Capt. Worth, We have understood that the amount of conceal from the view. '
; Loving and honoring my country,as 1 a third 'bioiwai levelled, the ,barbarian'seyes was informed by the interpreters,an Amer- insurance at the ,Fire and Marine\ Insurance The thanks of the community are merited
: do, I cannot look upon America with any Hashing,. and his hair seemed to rise ican whale ship touched at the island, and Office is $23,000, 'and at the Union by Mrs. Shall, who, with the most ac
j feelings of hostility. I not only'henr the upon his head. During ,this transaction, was permitted to take off all! the white men Insurance about $5 ,000. tive humanity, threw open the doors of her
voice of England In the' language' of this Capt. Upham's,men were imploring him belonging to the Wra. Penn(leaviqg two or Many\ of the bouses4being of wood,were house, situated 'on the opposite side;oTthe
,i'L-, peeple,*but I, recognize in all their best to surrender any thing on board the ship, three Sandwich Islanders) and one. of the of little account ;,but,.there were'' several street, for the reception of the wretched
v :/ tIj tjualitiesTeir lnduau y theta hon atyt'Telr some ofthem-wve ".with tears The club boats;by pay in >B3ritfransonJf two"muskets valuable buildings burnt in this wide range, sufferers whertf'every ieare-r irjd:' attention
'"sturdy, independence of spirit, the very was raised a fourth time, ,the, infuriated for the'former, and one for the latter. of destruction. The wind at '''the com that the best feelings'of our nature dictate,
witnesses their'origin are English; chief now foaming at the mouth with rage. The name of the ship, or of its master, mencement of die; fire blew from the S.W. are bestowed upon them. .
1" 'ho other people in the world would have Captain U. perceiving his assailant to be in could not be recollected ; the interpreters: but shifted several times, from S. W. to The numerous firemen and other citizens
L licked us as they did; 'nor any other people : earnest, and concluding that the next merely remembering that she was American N. W.-during' the"'time occupied by the vied with each. other,'on this occasion
I in,the work],'built up upon the ground atroke would fall upon his head, consentedto ,and had been unsuccessful in obtaining 1 conflagration which was nearly nine hours. with such noble efforts, as to precludeour
,, they were,'so found, and strong, and fair relinquish the gun. oil. The foregoing particulars, concerning It was calm, but the combustible nature of having an opportunity of particular+
{.I ( an edifice I The savage then dropped his drib, and .the affray with the natives, were the materials, ,the season being unusually ing. [Louisiana Adv.
For an English woman to have said this seated bi.rnaelfnear Capt. IL, demanded.in related to these white residents by one of dry and the houses mostly of wood, with '
I is great p.lse-to have I expected more ,is addition, an iron cook pot, a chest, a trunk,, the boat steererv of the Wm. Penn-:the affair the narrowness' of the streets gave the THE BALTIMOEE ROBBE .-The Alexandria
to forget John Bull.' two kegs powder, and musket and can. having taken place at a port of the is- flames an intensity and power that spread Gazette of Saturday last says-
S Every one'who has visited New England non balls. On replying that he: had none land remote from the. principal settlement with a fearful rapidity.. The devastationthis "It is said' that Wm. G. ;Jones lately au-
,' ;must feel the justice which she does of the latter, the chief told him be lied, and visited by Capt. Worth, and not known at morning is most heart-rending.- rested iu Baltimore on a charge of robb Pt
that beautiful section of our country. The tbat the bc'ot should not be released withouta the latter place until a fortnight after the immense space occupied by'the smoking the Post Office in that city,' having been
industry, temperance, 'prosperity and intel pledge to simian them. At length it was occurrence. t ruins, the number of destitute and house- released from jail, In consequence orl'f3quisite de
called lectual( cultivation of its inhabitants, have agreed to giw up all that could be procured There was some doubt concerning the poor, who have neither home nor shelter, bail in his case being given, **
creditable forth'the from Mrs B. praises alike or made'on board,and the boat was sent fate of the second officer-as one of the interpreters ',strongly appeal to the feelings of the char fled from the country and eajled) for South+ '
to people and the candor of off with the 3d mate and four men, the who conversed with CaptWn itable, and Charleston in this hour of dis America",
ti their author.; On the top of the blue hills Captain and two men Wing: detained as stated that be had seen him go on board tress to suffering hundreds will not, we
near Boston, commanding a varied rich; hostages, and removed to the but near to : the unknown
tohilethe are confident Pra-
ship ; other told make a vain call for
sympathy Captnoyer
and The steam Dolphin,
highly cultivated dotted with the shore packet
scene, where they surrounded all <
were Freeman that both and
Capt. afficera
died of her sister cities of the JJ
succour, oil eleven
hi her last was :
farmrbous0a" ,bespeaking every comfort night by crowds of natives,singing the war their wounds. When Capt. Swain found UniOn.From. a':.
and elegance she, to have reaching Charleston wm N o olk- JJ
; seems felt the song continually.At his boats did not return, and .
'inspiration,of home' She forgot: that she daylight, the chief having fallen asleep of disturbance perceiving chore indications -. the result of our enquiries, we are encountered successive gales,aDd been
a on his Pik
t was io foreign clime. The richly cultivated the singing ceased-and Capt. U. for the of the regard satisfied that some bash miscreant waS the aground several times by unakiIfulThey
: safety ship induced him -
originator of this repeatedly, >>
scenes of childhood ,restored. took the wide spread devastation. directed her aside
opportunity, with his men, toyralkoutand to make sail and be
MrLJI..j: ,journal, though in, the main : look after the'ship,then lyingoff ded to Oahu,, under accordingly the full procee Mr. Sheppard on whose premises the fire the main, channels' which caused her!
t certainly corapliroentpry this country, is and on. Boon after he was beset by a that the men sent on shore had been impression( occurred,never used a light in bis sho pvery, ground. At one killed
.not so much iota her., The careless of and the vicinity, composed.e : nearly/our daft At another,
.', .. m gang natives, armed,with clubs and ax- by the :natives.: It is not improbable that wocden ; .
.buildings, some of them- of. days.

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Miuu'G.-Frorn ourwhams the SteamBoat FA.VJJT KEMBLt.-Certamly one of the WE are I authorised to annuutics the name HAILHOAD NOTICE" :. '

The Courier.THURSDAY ,; FLORIDA., Said Boat is reported as most spirited criticism we hate seen 'or' of COL J0HA' irARREttj'a. a Candid'ati t

-: undergoing repairs. "tiVethepeoples'wouldbe this personage, is from the witty editor of to represent the County of Duval, in --- -

I = JUNE 18. glad to use her in a short 1 time. the Lowell Journal and Mercury\ : A part : the next'' Legislative, Council for'this Terri "
of it runs thus: [Noah. : toty May "
= the eve of another anniversary Will our friends of the Savannah Georgian But to be serious it is with !
We are upon the book as friends TilE iersfgned Commissioners give{ no i''
of the Declaration of American Indepen- and Republican throw some light on ,the, it was with the fair layer herself; there I THE him of ROBERT B1GELOIV ., that pursuant to the Act entitled
as a to
dence., The occasion should be, and generally subject. ,; is a thousand times too much, fuss made ; County of Duval,in the next Legislative representthe "An Act to amend an Act incorporate then i
it observed as a gijeat national festival. Seriously, we hope aoon'to see this visitorin about it. Fanny'naturally \ asa smart romping,, Council. June 4. ROAD PKHINIULA: AND JACXSOKTILLK RAIL
: tomboy sort of 1 1", with aporovsd February,1835, i
a gi
is no reason,why something should not our river., : Travellers. are disappointed In pretty strong that the Books will be again opened at Jacksonville
There Aere to keepup the ,recollection of their conveyance, and 'the. residents in this feelings, and a prtty: clear mead of her TO THE CITIZENS OF DUVAL at the store of I.D. Hart,Bay.street,
done own too. All the dements of her
be : being, COUNTY.TJNDERSTANDING the 4th and
on May continue
section have day open u ,
to notice of the
and the consummationof reason expect ,
events versatile and
revolutionary vigiorous, _were that ,are in until the 1st day of'August next to receive 1 J #.
hlicaD principles. The American who probable time when her trips will be resum warmed into prem tiro energy by the ar- appointment reports AS subscriptions! for stock to carry nail Rail',Road d

fincJ himself on that day in a foreign clime, ed-if at all* tificial:and kindling excitement, to which Lighthouse Keeper will my interfere with my into execution., '

of his country, and blesses the from her earliest girlhood, she had been duties aa representative of the County, il f By the 8th Section jof this.mend.tet, Act, /'
hoists the flag GENKESSEK: FLOUR ,of prime quality is ; constantly exposed:\ The wonder is, that elected,'and that I should not (probably) the subscribers for stock: heretofore ,taken,
stars and stripes which are his pride and'pro worth from $6,25 to $6 50 per barrel in Rochester in this rank, luxuriant hotbed ,of society, the necessary leave of absence to jet pave a prior right to subscribe for.,the"'lame ;

tection. In Italy, in France, in frozen Russia N. Y. she,was not wholly, instead ,of partially, Legislative duties,-I beg to say to, my old anionnt of Stock, 'on the New Books. ",

or on the wide expanse of the Pacific it spoiled. When she arrived in this cpun- friends, for :whose, past and present Confidence IS.1MIJ D.. HART, ;, ., '
; 'him'for i Sparkling The ,crops of wheat,appear discouraging.This try on a professional tour on a in me, I entertain the most profound JAMES DELL, ,
is n occasion, to rejoicing., i kind of flour is seldom brought here-: expedition, there'was seen about moneymaking as consideration, that if again! "elected, ,I, will ir.: j. MILLS
kindled Champaigne -
wit is anew,sparkling serve them; and every thing in ,
although it is well adapted to the climate beautiful mi exhibition of folly\ and foppery tny power
and the love of his native soil grows shall be 'done for their welf .re. If for the JOS. B.LANCASTER.
and will 'when Howard Street is often witnessed.. Tbd'holo fashionable (
keep sweet, as '
with return of the date purpose of attending the Legislative Coun Jacksonville' March,31, i83514 /,
deeper,and holier the population of our, cities bad the ,
flour will.poil., ,( cil leave, cannot be obtained from the proper __ _u ,
of her political freedom. ". 'We ,understand that speculators are offering Kemble mania, they wore*Mark; mad, the authority to be.ablnt, (which I do not intici. NOTICE i' t \

We would suggest to our friends the expediency ,a dollar and twenty: five cents per bushel whole of them,from the' grave and rcvern- pate) I will resign my appointment u. Light An act pawed by the LegUfativ, Cau I
suitaw arrejigemjfhtj for this j wheat ed Senator,'down to the to>vervlttf. >f that house Keeper. re,! BY '
of8 mf_ for the coming,prop of in 8 tut : ; last session
lon. To be sure:we"cannot! usher thesawn fluttering:tribe<< of cits whose highest happiness Your fellow citizen,. and approved bathe' (4overnor, Feb.' 14th,
occ County.The ,
consisted in a; Kemble smile and .tIN ; \
of foe the good 1835: ;the Subscribers were appo1nted Commisajoners -
discharges cannon, '
by whose chicfcst glory was to have fur- ,Hooks and I
: to receive subscription
last lieenwarm
weather for the week has
reason that we have got no guns. We can. nished for the gay Iray, a saddle horse. .for $6000 RE AnD. fbr the stock: of a Bank to be located I

not ring the church bell, for we have no even for this climate.- The highest her morning gallop j WHEREAS, the Va 't'' of the Bank of in this Town, to ('called TilE BANK- t !

church or bell .either. We, cannot have ,a degree we have noticed was 93, and the low- Miss Kemble has, become Mrs.\ Butler this city, bill been forced OF JACKSONVILLE. .

of uniformed Independent troops, est which waS at sunrise 700. Were it not The "Journal", is cut, and the illusion' is open and robbed, the above reward of FIVE In pursuance of which the Subscribers r
parade the dispelled. The.book is much like its THOUSAND DOLLARS will be paid for proof to hereby give notice, thai th. Books fbrSubicription I
with'a mellow band of martial music.' Mili. for the reviving breezes from river weshould' very conviction of the Robber and recovery of the seed Bank
for the stock in will be
fair author off-hard ,
dashing and
itary,spirit is merged t in'a. spirit of enterprize, be most uncomfortably warm. But vulgar with ,here'and there touches of amount. The public ,are hereby cautioned opened! In this Town, at the CountingRoomof i a
fifteen bus and so far, they have sustained us in the midst of ; against receiving any of the Bills of this Messrs. Blanehard &, Rid:", corner of I
of pound
spirit catching true and warm feeling and occasional out-
Branch and of tue Mother,Bank in which Is
killing fat deer.' the extreme heat.' The town is healthy.The .- breakings ofthe, light':,of enthusiasm and the principal, amount lost. Holders'of, Bills Day the and fourth Liberty day streets of \ .rot 10.o'clock. A,, M.;, !:

We cant however. have, a good,oration, and thermometer: yesterday (Wednesday) at poetry from amid' tho tinsel and flashy will please present them without delay- I ou W. J. DILLS, J* '
diner and dance; 12 o'clock indicated. 920 above 0. drapery of which meat of it is'made up. I iuch as they have,'as the old pmiuion will be ,' WILLIAM RIDER. I j''
a good song-; ,a good ,- The English feeling tat i is in it, is just aa I called in. The amount missing consists of-: STEPHEN EDDY ,' :,

good sail, on the river, and a good chance to MOUNTAIN SCENERY OF THE SOUTH. itshouUfbe. The cu, are'mixpy of them Bills payable at Principal Bank : ,ISAIAH D.' IIAR't. '{; l

get caught in a thunder shower. What friend How few of our citizens who reside in the well merited by those \Whom they hit, and In $100! bills,' $15,000 w Cmnmiiiumtrt.:"' {i i

of the country can be found, who: would not lower parts of our State,''are Conversant wo devoutly,hope that our countrymenwill do' 50 20 "" i '17,000do 80,000 Jacksonville, E.. F. April 2d, 1835. ',d t!

be satisfied ,with, all these, particularly whenit even aware of the many sublime and ro by and by learn :to Irchave like rca- i I do 1, 2, 3, 5 and $10 bills 14,000: i J

is out of his power to,help, himself to, any mantic scenes which nature displays in the sonable' creatures' and not run crazy'after CLAIMS FOR ,LOSSES., : \
better 1.! upper parts of it. 'Here, all that'constitute every stage player and opera dancer, whois $00,000 Ju'dge of the Superior Court, for the,
thing the romantic is stretched forth in all, the condescending enough to visit them, for Bills payable at Savannah Branch,, THE' of East Florida,will resume the" '

Mooirr HOLYOKE, IN' MASS.-The' North luxuriance of poetic tracery While many the kind purpose wiccdling then) out ,mostly 10's and 20'* 17,000( ) ) examination of Claims for 'Loise*' on ,the I t
of our people have visited, year after year, of their senses and thei'money.. Ie, payable at Milledgevllle. 1,422 second Monday in June next.. *'.,
ampton Courier of' May 27th'", says', "The the Falls of Niagara, the QatskllFMounj 4' 44 Phoenix bank, !'. York, All Claims must be presented before4the

Mountain House'on ,Holyoke, will be opened 'mss( or 1\lountlIolyoke, how seldom can announcing the arrival at Charlestonof in$100 bills, 15,000 26th day of the same month. '

to.morrow"-and further that visitors ,are they be found seeking among 'our 'own the' schr Caroline, from Baltimore, on .4 various CI' 255 May 8th, 1835. 'Cw20,"' I

thronging to the spot. striking'landscapes,those that will vie with her I way to Key West, the Courier re Insyranoe Bank- 1,755 ,
and Fire 113
Marine '
We know;this place,of re.iort-i:it is connected any of the Northern ones. marks.-The Caroline belongs 1'to Oliver Planters' Bank 'Savannah 5,175 FIELD HANDS WANTED.' ;
; ,
Our Table Mountains whose weather O'Hara, Esq. of 'West, now in this Pld': '
with some of the happiest of our young own Key State Dank, ': '' 1,120 TWELVE Dollars a month will be \
of beaten front, stands out in ,bold relief city. We understand that this vessel has 8pecie-Half Eagles, 1 1,000 ,for five or six good Kdd Ifar,4s,,. ,
days of gallantry j Now, it'u lost many presenting an attitude which, for its pre- been presented to Mr.\ O'Hara by the Insurance Quarter, .. 5,000 and Fifteen Dollars, for Good Plougkmm. '": 1,1,

its native, attractions. It is,:we believe, accessible I cipitous rise, is seldom: surpassed, is well Offices throughout the Union, Mexican Dollars, 1,000 JOSHUA HICRMAN. I

for, pleasure 'carriages. When we worthy of the attention of travellers. If (they having subscribed the sum necessary Silver Change, WO May 14. 2w20 I (

first, visited it, one would consider,,himself the views which are observed from its sum' for her construction,)! as a testimony ,of ,A liberal reward. for any portion.
mit in their thankfulness for his strict and ('arefulattention Apply to RALPH KING, NOTICE.
fortunate to wind his slow, ascent by clinging were some more favored country, I ISIX
they would attract the nctice of thousands. i to their interests, while filling a President of the Branch Bank of Darien. Weeks afterthis, date.application will
:,' to trees and bushes.' There was, then,sometiling"romantic ; Imagine for moment, that,you are at the responsible VituationarKey-WestT* "* Savannah June. 7,,183IW v made by the ,'sufcWrtber/To) / th"'Honorable .' "

The:view through the foliage Cedar Tree, which stands within a few the Judge of the County Court of Du- 'tI,

i from the summit, was wild and magnificent. feet of the very brink of this trememdous TENNESSEE' *\ Il'fZ.-We'have been presented $20 nE'''AnD., val County, for letters of administration on. i-

;There was no, house, and no refreshments precipice, at'an elevation of some 5 or 6000 says the Nashville'Republican, by: RAN away from the Subscriber in Decem the .goods, LOW chattel Junr, rights. deceased and,'of credits Nassau ofHORATIO >, I i

; 'could,be had,save.what the party carried feet above the level of the Atlantic-that I Col. Willoughby Williams, Sheriff of ourCOllnty'with last,a Jfegrp Wmeh named SOPHIA, CountyCHAltLtS, BETON., r
abqut 23 'or 24 old, thick set, and not I
four different three bottles of wine of his years
Connecticut your eye at one sweep 'e .
about them. But the river ; very black. She is supposed to be in the May 23,1833. Cw23 : a I'
of manufacture of Madcrio\ of :
i : States, commanding an extent own one one ,
rolled and the garden meathow" neighborhood of Strawberry 1 \ '
splendidly' vision nearly 80 miles,' that the whole Champagne, and one made from the Cape Also in Mayla. another' Went namedCLARISSA NOTICE., ;t }'

flourished, in as much beauty, as they appears to be unrolled at your feet. grape. It is two years old, and the color about 25: years of age, rather Weeks after date, shall, apply to" the" ,
. now do,since the spirited efforts of the citizens It is seldom that those who have cast and body are fine. The1 Champagne) especially black, She supposed to be in the same SIX of Duval Count Court, for letter s'

in he vicinity have made tJ mountain the one glance at the almost illimitable abyss is much superior to that for whichwe neighborhood the other. of Administration on the Estate of AAROfo11ENMEXWAY .

I pride of"Old,Hampshire" and of Massachusetts beneath, can again 'rally sufficient resolu- sometimes pay fifteen ;dollars per do- The above reward will be paid'for the delivery deceased. V .

and'at the time a cool summer tion ,to take another, for such is the, effect zen. "' of both the above negroes at my house, I CHESTER BISBEE., ,,' ,
same. : '
that it produces that almost every one 18 in Jacksonville.. ,,or haU.thtt sum for either.
Jacksonville 10. Gw9i.
May, I
residence for Southern as well as Northern so sensibly affected that they involuntarily The Maine Farmer says, C pt. John WILLIAM B. ROSS. "

families of taste and 'leisure. shrink back almost'nerveless and helpless.We Haines, of, Readfield, ,has discovered thata June, 10. ,25tf '
NOTICE. (1.\
little tar laid on tho backs of cattle in .
nil form in minds Idea of '
,A public-meeting waa held at FlU'e il Hall,, ours some spots, will kill or drive off lice. If so, it is NOTICE. SIX Weeks from this date, I shall apply tn<
of which have heard we give
objects we 'hold Court the .. Judge of the County Court of Duval
at I
a Magistrates
in the 23th nit to, respond to the much better than or other mercurial
on unguentum
Boston" them an imaginary shape and size but the ,t Court-house in Jacksonville, on the Second County, for letters of Administration the
nomination'made by the State Legislature at reality! is such, as to dissipate all I those reminiscences ointments, or tobacco juice, which Saturday in each month, at 10 o'clock, A. Estate of SAMUEL 8. /MOHWAYO/Ute of.,

its last,.sfssion,of DAxriLWEUnR forP EsID.XNT at onceas in an instant,as it injure the cattle. MIn my absence, business left with said County, deceased. f i
of the United States.. A feast of eloquence were,eternity itself is presented to your O. M. Dormtn Esq. will be punctually at-, BENJAMIN THOMPSON.'l' Ii",' ,' ,:
I astonished gaze-and you survey a scene The AiToa Hocsr at New York, haaDeen' tended to. 8.SWEETER, May 21. Ow21. f
wen anticipated the occasion.'We leased Simeon" and ,
which for some little time;you feel incompetent by ,Justice of the.Peace. "'4
) will, if possible,give some account, of the to define either by limitation or de Frederick Boyden, father and son, and not June 17. *' 25 NOTICE.' ,' :

1 proceedings in our next number., by Mr. Dwight Boyden, .of the Tremont I SIX Weeks from date, 1'shall apply to the {
Table House, Boston ;''* who still continues NOTICE of the County Court'of Puraf i
The our
i Candidates for the Presidency alreadyin is faint outline of
a and to conduct the fatter establishment, B hereby given, that the Books for receiving County, for letters of Administration: elf 1
the field,seem to be Mr.Van Buren j'Judge Mountain\ -those who have toiled, in which be has given,, general satisfaction I subscriptions to the capital stock of the Estate of ROBERT drfUM-f "I
I White, and Mr Webster. once gained its lofty eminence, will never from the first opening.very I "SOUTHERN" LIFE INSURANCE ,AND ed., LEWIS z. 'AOdANS.t :
the labor or the time that has been : COMPANY" wil be opened at the / '
As we do not publish a political paper and regret TRUST : ,Jacksonville May tl'I t ::
, devoted such object they will retainto is the "
to an Governor office of Thomas Douglas, Esq Cityof '
t wish: avoid, as much possible, any course the last moment of their existence,the The of Ohio,, has convened ,St.: Augustine,on the es.ondday of November NOTICE. ', .:, I IS'
which may interest our real, and to keep ourselves most vivid recollections of it-as their remembrances the Legislature on the 8th prox. Meanwhile next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. and will '
TaJcou Lee of the IX Weeks from date,'I luR'a'ppljr theHonorable
. ; Capt. pnd Lieut ,
troubled'waters '' be from time to adjoilrn
from' readers will have been'imprinted nature' kept
;our by open ,
Engineer been directed by the stag the Judge 'Or ftuval County I
. and corps, have ment until the whole of the shall U
not expect a recital of all the slang, which self) in her own unsophisticated United States Government to run this disputed for letters of Administration subscribed days.
not exceeding thirty
r usually accompanies a, struggle for office,but wildest domains. remarked, line between Ohio and, Michigan. ;LOT CLARK 'ELIH1IA WIIiDDF !.! ...,...d.., ". '
An gentleman' has 1J.LJAw'nIDER '.
only an accurate of the general ROBERT RAYMOND REID, % ?
J coarse, of proceeding account jai4 the'reea1t. Whose travel led him tb view the most admired 'On Thursday afternoon) last, a eliark 'THOMAS DOUGLAS Jacksonville, Ma4...., 6>19.S*]L
I wonderful works of nature In
and ,
: C ommJ ione".
the each and
was caught on 'North on
, 'It is now the.,18th] : day of ,June. The ap-' Europe worth and America, across that he the thought Atlantic it being opened, four t large ban of soap, from June 2d, 1835. 23 TOU'AR'rJUaItIJ, ; Rt''' !! j

richly a,voyage the wreck of the Sam Patch Xa.OlltUIfIO and ,J
. sclr. were
penance of the cotton and other LITHOGRAPHER
sugar,, crops Mountains
. to gain the views from found in bis 8t Augustine Herald. NOTICE. .** sod Ef SA"M.* .
ii flattering corn i is several feet above our Pendleton, Greenville and Spartanburg, maw. [ THE subscriber will hold J atic.'_ Court No. 1, Wall.at.ree&/." York. .. 4, "

t Editorial)' reach 'It has already relished and many other parts of our interior,which The number of;copies of 3Iiss Reed'i the Office of O. )I. Dorman, Esq. in ... 'I tTILEAKUFj \,
.Uwjth shelled beans and in all that is picturesque-all that Jacksonville, on the last Saturday in each n'8 NOTICE. ,
fact,we are possesses and book disposed of the present time, is 38,- month. In my absence, any business left
in great[doubt, whether we can eat cucnm- can give a charm to romantic* sylvan 576:-a perfect race between ,her and 'with M,. Dorman,.win be punctually attended TREASURER'S} OFFICE, ", Ii :':

ben twice a -and squashes beans and scenery. Fanny. to. STEPHEN EDDY, 1833. t} ',
day It is to be hoped that the time is not far r Tal1&h.;.., Much. 5th, ,_ "
Justice of the Peace.
. sew Irish potatoes at dinner,with bass with i act d! 21et NovemUf '188?, U:
particularly distant, when our mountain heights The fare from New York to Providence June 3. 23tf BY an : 'paw ,
. ) if the.latter weighs over 15 pounds, their dells ,and lovely praire bottom will by steamboats,, is reduced from six' to five i provided that all Bonds executed' by

and not be in danger of going to "the land of be brought into more notice: ,when at leasta dollars. AT CIUJlDERS,\ of Aactlone.is the C 'n,hall Court be forwarded to the Treasurer by the of Judge theTsrritojy ,

Nod" in the afternoon and forg.UiDg.to large part of that money which is now 23d Jfev, 1835:j fonty t
: keep Florid and thalall Auctioneershall t
circulated The eloquent Dr.Charming is preach of the : of} ;
will be ordered EXTSA TK M
toe at the North, TT is so on
record of the heat time tie nets spent 'juarUrlr in sacb year eoanenclsf
1 t7y tog at Philadelphia. JL Court for the of Duval
frank hearted Mountaineers-' Superior County ,
our transmit to the Triaaurertnrjer
11. to 000..A.et among the Vt of January! ,
the 29th dar of June nat.ROD'r. .
a shall bare better houses of accommodation be,held on
Then we oath, taken before some Judge, copy
the Indian Chief, who shot r Capt. better roads-then will the HARJUAO ES., ... RAYMOND Judge Superior REID Court, p7aU sal. ScUd by him, with the ssiwwt
disseminated Urns and plate and for whom
be what ,
lights of lad at
,. 'MHAM on Mr. Sweetser'i .plantation, ate In word, art will then At Black Creek, oa Thursday evening last, District East Florida. wo ptw. Row, aU Auctioneers ,
here. a the sam
' ***. George, has not been arrested, We facilitate with nature,' and by 8. J. Eubanlu, I IJIt.. Elijah Tucker fcMis By the Judf. are required to take notice of said law sad
an acquaintance ISAIAH D. HART Clerk.
Mary Barnes. &
J We no .doubt that the Indian Agent, who hasten to develope all her hidden stores conform to U, or suits upon their Boo"'o.f Courts .
the County
L..sides at Fort King, will use every exertion VVV [Charleston Mercury. MARINE JOURNAL. MORE NEW, COOPS. are be lostltnUd.rsquuted Judge witEout of delay. to i rw.anlt;, t. i

sti to deliver him over, to,be dealt with accor. .F ., IL LJBBEY, properly certified and approve tM *> a.'' dog to law., The attack was deliberate and The (resident has appointed James O. roar or ucIaoaaLL: W....ICJIK: 18". HAS just received from CharjutaD, a Auctioneers in their pomeeioa I" ''':
: .- Harrison, Eaq. of r wppi/'of FLOUR'ai'.d CORN, ''! CHARLES AUSTlNII"
.II "MIIII4It&tecLu .i '> =e;:, ry.of Legation at Madrid, ViviceeTMt. Mid- ARRIVED-*chrVwp!;,Frameebve A, also. s fill .appllJet.GftOCERI.ES. which,. ...t'* _'_yf/ttlt'
J1 pt., Farnhui with whom we. recently dleton, who is, to return boto'imme.i days from'Iew York, with provisions for U. Kill be sold cheap for cash. .><,t .. I 'r Tmsumcf. the Territory of 1{a,
toayetaaa| ,fs'fut nJeovetiag from' : tus'wound..t diately, *. T. *. 8. Troops at Fort Kin,. Black Creek, May. 80.' 21 if

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!'I' 1\1 1 fJ C E IJ LAN,E 0 US. times seen", and in one other fits conversed: Subscriber has on hand, and offers :... ..., PLORIDAi Published every week;,by Volume Foorth..

with the Savior-that ho told her that hero sole,on reasonable terms,the,follow t ISAAC CSPRAY..

0 LOC'KT TOM.-A secret 'uxrlh\ knowing. bad been instances of sudden deaths in this i lag articles,, viz s e The/.wprk will be published weekly .
Torn Spooner was the luckiest dog in the town, calculated to warn people to preparefor tf RY GOODS.. number containing eight large quarto'C,.

world, at.least so' raid his old cronies."Ile death, but thcso proving unayaihngsheby Broadcloths Sal iM ts, Negro Cloths .equal to sixty duodecimo ageS-Ofml8Cg.

j 'LC att like a poor good for nothing sufferings,'was forcibly to remind white and yellow Flannels, bleached and OAPT. R. A. HILL, laneous and original matter, printed on ,.

mechanic they would say, w Wl* cent them of the sufferings ,of tho Savior] and brown Check; striped tad plaid I omespuns. run once a week from Savannah nor white paper, with perfectly sup e, k

in"tho, world-without n whole! shirt'to' his by her* exhortations induce them "to flee Calicoes Silks, Glovics," Linens j Imported WILL, Picolata touching at Darien, St. handsome title page and correct index Fin

tack-Iralf a 'shoo to }h& feet, and with for refuge to the hope set before them."- Ginghams Cambrics '[Silk lidk'.fs. Bombazejltes Mary's' Jacksonville and Mandarin: be furnished, and the work at the end of the
work with. And her absence ;Oznabnrga, Burlaps, &c. year;,will form an excellently printed
nothing but his.hands to She ,says she wag taught, during WILLIAM DUNCAN, voW.
four hundred
yet.Tom BpQor er is ono of tba 'most wealthy from the body many truths hi religion HARD WAItE CUTLERY. Agent at Savannah. of three thousand and sixteen pages, equal to
and influential men among; us. What I ,of which before sho was ignorant,and tamps,,Condlesticki buns, Axes!! Adzes, 'January.1,\1835. 1 The volume will contain pages.twenty-six

t a lucky,dog that TomS( stains o.- that one chapter was'explained to' her, patent Augurs, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, of musi&for the' PiariO Forte, &4,. piece U
Jlo went, among those who m life which explanation she is able to repeat, Butts Screws! Brass Keobs Hoes Sad Irons, MACON\ STEAMBOAT one hundred of common sheet music equtl vki&l

with himbut who were now the, frequenters and quite a rational and consistent exposition Pad1M1CjiestTruckGunClosetBrass : 1\1 PAN Y. could not be purchased ,
C\O separately for
of grog shops, idle'and' dissolutebythe ; and what b still more strange, it was port nd-Knob'and Mortice Locks; \t than five dollars;, and the publisher is deter.]lea

'name of Lucky Tom. It puzzled Ins a chapter which she never' remembers to Knob Latches, Powder(Flasks, Pocket Steel- mined to procure the simple rather than thi

old-.friends not n little to account ,for his have read, but which now,without )having yards, Bed Keys and Screws,'Chest Hinges' .. complex and difficult.; '
luck.. "lie had no'rich relations and though recurred to her bible, she is able to repeat.: Cork; Screws.forks Hand and 'cross cut Saws, Although' the J publisher>> places no depen-
was liberal. Ho Was no of similar kind nod difficultto Kniv.es and Brittania-Plated Table dance whatever; in the of it
not extravagant More a equally and Tea Iron Pocket Compasses above take tins method of support ,as a lite.
skin. inL 'Could be ,know some art of exr.hunblany.acknowJCdited principles Spoons; Knives Squares Braces, Socket THE ompany the public that they1' have rary paper, from its engravings;yet there will
that would unbosom the treasures of has been stated to us having be presented occasionally, plates from
tragic I philosophy, as Chisels, i dec. purchased two} Steamboats, the MACON copper
tho,earth, and spread its gold.before him ? ,occurred in ,tho presence and to the GROCERIES: & PROVISIONS.Coffee 'I and EXCELlwhich boats are to run regularly ish.and wood beautiful l workmanship and fin.

lie paid no attention to the words of for- personal knowledge ot onr informant She ; between Darien and Macon,' leaving Already have appeared a beautifully

Ituno-tclwrs., and aro1d'I. finder} ho merely insists that she is not nor has been deranged Tea Loaf aid Brown Sugars Darien once every week with: two tow boats. engraved portrait of James Fenimoro Cooper,
Maderia-i. executed
staid at homo, andyctbis course had been in mind and invites people to call upon Champaigne! Claret Port andMalawi The steamboats will draw only.26 inches of orTsteel, and a chaste vignette title
and week, after .thaUhe Wines, Spices, N..E. Rum, Ameri-. water with two'good eachThe page; engravedon'copper.Its ,
attended year after yeof jj her, lhay convince them other GiiiiilollajidGin Tnbac- 1 engines in contents will be various and spirited
week with Q'w ndGrful-rfiaro of good fbrs, and 6 persuaded i Brandy< Soap, company have. been. at great' expense to place there will be at
sanity nccrioWe/ ,are co, Flou, Corn, Ric Pilot Bread 1 Butter / P .. _\x-f J arenereJrecordor; Oncnn.e_
dine-.good luck. .tre must 1e,10 f'OSIIO&osion there is 'no deception practised by her or Crackers, Beef, Pork\ Codfish Mackerel, UUB tine 01 Bieajjiuoaia m uio\vyciuuigco iui u ces, Statistics, Obituary notices, &c.-&c.:w in
Alt .mnha and
of some secret of which others are ig- \any one. Her veracity it is believed,is unquestionable. ;Butter,-Lard'CheesejFigs, Almonds, Raisons riverswould respectfully. solicit: addition'to the Tales,Legends,Essays, Travelling.
the of will
the line
21oranr. .What. can it bot! What on,earth; .; ,Furthermore: 'She intimates Apples, \, teams, IBoIogna' Sausages, be patronage f public. This Literary Fugitive and Historical]
bet! If! Tom had a lot to dispose I a great facility.for merchants who wish to Sketches Biography Poetry &c.
can it wing that she is commanded to publish to Onions, &c.0. ship' their the of Savannah making an

,of; people were always to, pay the world her:;; exercises 'nod'experience, -ALSO- Darien, Hawkmsville goods by way and Macon ,or Of in elegant paper for the parlor,and for the lover
j him of cents more a pound than Drugs and Medicine Paints ''Crockery : of polite literature, as contributions will be
a couple and, that as coon as her health will permit, shipping. Cotton to" Savannah.,. .Arrangements -
anyother,person I And the dog! he, was ; another seven days wonder,will be forth' nnd Glass Ware, 'Powd* and Shot, Shoes, have been made to forward cotton or lectured from some of the most popular American

always lucky..enough to pay his debts! 1 I lie coming. Boots, and a great varietf of' articles to numerous goods without detention between Savannah authors. .
'" The work will be
mention."I printed welland
to as
feel "
to gripe con.
was never so unlucky as and Darien
Since writing tho above we learn that
I .
'I HARDY H. ,PHILIPS. tain as much reading matter as similar
creak of tho any
of Sheriff hear tho jail No exertion ,
a or Miss Newell's have ceased. After or expense will be, spared to '
qUarto 'paper-now published in the
i doors married-"WhyI this N. B.--CASII for Cotlon, Hides,DeerSkins give the United
'Tom poor
greatest despatch to goods cotton
six of these she ,
having some or seven burs States; and it can safely and truly be called
mechanic has taken the sweetest and most Tallow,' ,. Beeswax, Moss Deer shipped by this line.
informs her friends that she should have no } the cheapest journal of the kind
Horns &c.Jacksonville. n. I P. ;
Who 'would ,
beautiful In the place.
i girl severe or distressing paroxysms after Sunday Agents for the above boats: TI'RMII-Tliree dollars annum as the
Jan. 1835., 3tf per
have thought itl t What a confounded lost, and accordingly from that (day to :. L. BALDWIN. &,CO. Savannah. paper is firmly establisBea ie paid in id-

1/ lucky dog Tom Spooner is!-Ho 'must this, (Friday) she has;been free from. pain, NEW 00D9. ,.. J. Goon s iw V& Co. Macon.. vance. Two dollars for' six months, to be
have got fhe'girl by magics-yes, nothing paid! in advance.
though in feeble health. MITCHEL & COLLINS-Darien.
Subscriber "
less than l magic 1 And then Tom's: garden THE hai for sale the following Boston, 1834. 1
[Barre (Mass.).Gazette.A of merchandise. J.E., & B. DKLKKO. Charleston.
of .the fences
was a picture neatness; werQnever '
Dec. 1834.
:Superior .quality .D wets from $4 50 to ,,1
known to blow over .its' did his TO THE"'PUBLIC.
Clergyman not a hundred miles, from
50 pair. .
neighbor's. .His land was ricL whilo that' ,, LAND AT ST. PABLO SUBSCRIBER, having purchased
Edinburgh, preached a'most edifying discourse A good quality Negro cloth 37.1.2c..pr yd. I THE
t''. 'of his very'next door neighbors would Vat? on MUomo and draw water out 'of ''Irish Linen from 6j c'to $1.00.leached I I, ,,FOR. SALE., Southern Agriculturalist from its late
duce hardly any thing but weeds 1 the wells of salvation without and Best plaid Homespjms 7 yds. for $1.00,, Subscriber Editor and proprietor Mr.-John D. Le nre,
money offers for sale for cashor of
solicits the
aloes Tom into his land 1.How he rises THE support the friends of lAgjncul-
,put 3-4 lOc
without. price. On the following Week Homespuns un per yard, :
Negroes,or good 'acceptances,- ture, and of the interests connected with i it
after another t If there is ,
ono an Superior fancy stri es83-4c.
I step 'of his took the the
parishoners of -
some liberty of following tract. fine Live' Oak: ham throughout'the' Southern States He hu
Important, station to be filled, why Tom '' Silk h'dkfs from &fc to $150, nook ;
drawing water from a 'very fine spring land on St.; Pablo Creek; bounded as published this work for Mr. ''Legate from its
( I Spooner waa'ahvnys man. .He.could well in the 'parson's garden, at which 'the 4-4 unbleached ,S irting 13c per yard by follows' viz t-on the West by Pablo Creek, commencement, in the 1&33. and he U
notodiscounted at tho Dank without the piece, or G y'ds for one dollar by retail '' year
get a learned divine was tot 'a little nettled. ; on the' North by Winslow Foster's lands on thus practically acquainted with'ute mode in
security. 'If question between neighbora Shirting bleached from 13o to 25c pr yd, tie East, and South lands of Cornelius
any by which it should
Being reminded by the intruder,of his text "> conducted. Its publication
WHS to be settled,.why-:Tom-Lucky and the reverend Fancy dress and furniture calicoes from. Taylor,containing two'_hundred and thirty will be continued the same terms and
j Tom: ;was always sure to ,be called in'ns replied 13c to 25c per yard bv the piece,, three acres. ''For particulars apply to in the'8Il.D1e' heretofore with inch
manner as
1 "You draw
J may as much as liko Sattinetts from 87 l-2c to E5
ye $1 superfine, -
,umpire ."And now I think of, it, or
improvements nshieexperiencemayauggestAs
says froni tho wells of salvation but if you come Superfine cloth $450.per,yard, JAMES
one, "I knew Tom"to speak an ill DELL; the subscriber is solicitous to make this
Bever here again and take water 'I'll'send.a White and ''red flannels from 371-2c. to ,
word : 'sh my Jacksonville,Jan. 22., 4tf Journal the vehicle for useful
against ighbor'"which ws bullet 02 l-2c yard dissemminating
through per
'Vx' V plain ;:enough that >there ore many ,in his you. Bed tickings from'183-4c to 25c per yard, FOR information, not only with' regard to estab:

secret, and therefore, that he'dares not ut A witness lately examined before ( Husquito netting,good quality $125 pr os. ,SALE.TWO lished systems of husbandry, but also experimental
aj judgein '
ter word to their prejudice. Ho never ,ALSO Fowling Pieces-a lot of harness efforts in Agriculture and, Horticulture
a case of slander, was requested to repeat A for heavy work-four kegs of ; he invites free and unrestricted communication
drinks because to IMS if intoxicated good assorti ent of fancy belt ribbands-
the precise words,spoken. ,The riflu from '
wit nt's best 'all
"" shirt button Ik DUp powder-one flat bottom persons occupied in'these
silk and
one toSl snatch IM him He eowing
some : from neSs hesitated until ho rivited the attentionof spool threo.diling- do.: ed boat, with,the oars.,' The above articles pursuits; Let no one imagine that solitary
has learned his wife the way too., ThtJIboth the whole him will be sold facts O{ isolated too trivial]
court upon then fixing ladies white hos ( horn and ,wood combs very cheap for cash. Apply to experiments are to-
have the secret. !He says nothing hard his earnestly on the judge 'he = 'TIMOTHY be communicated. All systematic,.tnonl-
eyes began silk and cotton umbrellas and .a ,,good as.IIQmment WIGHTMAN,
S of his Ho '
acquaintances. to church is but the
,1 goes edge of humble
-'May rte* please your honor, you lie and of 7 aggregate particulars
re larly-but that is for'lere 'appearance's steal I or at this Office.; : ;f and Science, in department, U
and DRUGS : .ME ICINE every
get your living by thieving AND $ ;
18tf .
sake. lie over books when he i brought to perfection,not through the instrumentality
pores The face of the Judge'reddened",and be tribe( above4rticles'are.; of the best quality .
can find, time-he must be learning tome- i immediately exclaimed l -Turn to f1.t jury and will be said for a small advance,''for NOTICE. of a single extraordinary mind,but
'I by of
rich. He ia contribution particulars by
I thing more q/'MS cart of getting sir! cash or produce. many
laying up tT U1W s. *',And then he alwayshas ,JOHN W. RICHARD. A LL persons indebted to that I subscriber,I individuals, and generally after the lapse of

a lamp in'his workroom late, and be DZIfO.BOM Jacksonville, Jan. 22. 4tf .t1.. either by Note or Book account, are re- : many years, he is desirous, therefore, to bare
4041"-ono of the I
Boston quested to'lettle'the same without delay; and as many facts to>ecord as can be furnished;
4 is always tho first up in the house-which papers relates the; following anecdote in no credit will be given at 'm)': store after the "and from,the planter, who systematic in
furthermore that Tom's ia i always CABINET FURNITURE ARE.
shows mind
such manner' as to say tO every reader, HOUSE. 10th March.: HARDY H. PHILIPS., experimental labors, 'an account of his
bent upon his secret; lie can't find disbelieve it if you dare. Jacksonville, March.- iOtf failures as Well a his' successful efforts will
t tim evon'to' take a glass with his old cronies H. COOKE,' No. 100, Broadway be being
/ A litth boy, after listening to a sermon on JAMES r acceptable. If the last are worthy of
at the' grog shop. ,He must have a secrdworthknowmg.jOccupies the absolute necessity of being born againto York, offers for sale every kind and I. GREAT' ,NATIONAL W.ORK. recorded that they maybe imitated, the first
his quality, of Sofas-Sideboard -Secretaries- should be noted
thoughts be saved hereafter returned home in order to be shunned.
so much that be minds nobody's business much afflicted much Book Cases-Tables of all 'descrlpti n.- 'AMERICAN- MAGAZINE: The subscribed hopes that this appeal to his\
and with
1 but his own. And yet it does not' weigh told his dear motber-"I, tears did in his eyes, Chairs of- every quality-High post and ()I useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to le iI. fellow'citizens of the, South, will, not l. invan
not like ,the Bedsteads
French of .
Mafioganyand'Mapl lustrated by numerous : It would be .
Engravings.BY Planters
heavy on his mind-no is always\ good ha- arid a reproach to our
sermon, ma I den't'ant to be Hair and Moss l\JlLttrasseJ-Fea.ther Beds-
to meet the fate of the Southern Review. Of
tured-contented and happy-he has flquarcolhng' 0 THE BOSTON
his' '' All is over again, for who knows but I might Looking 'Gla.ssea-Co.rpela-nnd.a, full assortment the lost it may be justly said, that it WIl8' suffered
in family. pleasant i then'be agal." of thing to furnish success which has attended the
every necessary THE pub to fall, when it was not only rearing far
and is
agreeable Nothing oufofplacfi- house. of the best
I Magazines us a well merited
faine as a literary people,
, I Strange I Strange J I ;.said' theaQ wiseacres ?. 3w15 English Press has led '
PRSTTT GOOD FOR( ,cG.u.A April! : to preparations for issuing but it was also vindicating the Southern habits -
1 ,that;',Tom;Spooner-thnt poor mechanic, buck'with laced young a periodical more particularly adaptedto from 'the unjust aspersions which hire
I who began, with .nothing of whom every corsets as tight as a fiddle .FOR. SALE.TWO the wants and taste of the American pub been so liberally bestowed U of our

body prophesied that he would como out string the examining trio operation of one of Copper Stills,nearJy.new; one con lic. While. it will be' the object of the proprietors section of country. The "Southern? Ag"culturalist \

of the little end 'of thq horn.:..and who boHoved factories In this place a mort'time ago, two hundred gallons, with a to make the work strictly ;what its '' in some measure supplies the

nothing it, but stuck to his work addressed- the foUo.wing''sapient. questionto heater of the same 'capacity; the other con title indicates, it will, nevertheless 'containall place of the I Southern Review; so far as regards -

should have ,been so fortunate "l lucky tP Lona"of,the voting girls employed in taming fifty gallons} which will be disposed :articles of.interest toils patrons- whichapl the circumstances, last alluded to. It]t

i In life! Up'early-late' to bed-ever at | work-"does this "|I factory so ;by; ate am, of at terms advantageous to the' purchaser. >>ear in foreign Magazines. serves as a Register not only! methods of

work with bands or head I-he mutt have a young lady?* Shd answered "it (does not For further particulars inquire,of O. DCD- Extensive preparations have been entered Husbandry, but also of facts relating to our,
into ''
secret worth, knowing/-Ah 1 Lucky Dog J airs but I should think you did if one'we tenllle, or at this office. both with Artists and Authors 'to fur system Slavery. The subjects of the deci-

q:, Lucky Tomt-AVhatcan blssecretbe?"- judge. by the smell, of your breath.' ,IeJacksonville. ,May 6. 19tfNOTICE and Dish Illustrations from all of of the Union, 'drawings pUne, the treatment, ," characters of oar
Pawtucket every subject of interest,! Slaves, are fairly suited to andconstilute'lopic.
[ Cbron/ :
.Reader t what can his secret be? which the
1 :' i ,..,.r: .: .. publishers confidantly believe witenable j .as interesting andimportant
',. [Claremont Eagle; No ,MISTAKK*.- ."Sambo{ where, does 'Indebted to the subscriber by title them to issue a work honorable' to its as any which can engage either our own ***
\ persons and American '
: ALL to the
t. Squire .Peters said Note acceptable People. tentioa or the attention of those abroad, who
: live? a traveller to a or are requested to make 'The American. Magazine ia
MTTitatotra.--Tree case ofMisa Novell 1 negro lad, who eat grinning and balancing payment by the',25th last i or suites will b e humber publiShedmonlhJyeach feel a legitimate interest in our concern;..
i containing between'foni The subscriber leave .Iaeoade** r
on a '"T.urnuptinttitroelde n f and fifty,imperial to
oetavgpages atTwo
l' to remark, that if he hast'not flridertaken
,.j i ..curiosity. We havenot seen her'ourself. pass bat pond-deri turn de right, den de 'JacksondfeJan. ; J-B., ,MASON. DOLI-AIM per annum, payable in advance. Continue the publication; this Periodical,it,

bet haVQ, entire confidence In the trutteand left- den strike off de old farm side Mann 15i 3w3, It''[comprises-Portraits and Biographical most probably, 'would have been 'either *
; accuracy 'of the statements .of our Inform Shed's House and SketeheeofdietiagushedAmericans Views ; .
4 keep going so where ; moves from our city, or been suspended.Whether
-ant:'Sfae it seems, had been severely you see Pbillis in ,de field-and you cant NOTICE._ of Public, Buildings; Monuments, and im- it will be in his power to continue It;
t ; tacked by bilious fever which persons Indebted\]to the subscribers pronments; Landscape but
was succeeded \\Mpmis3ingontJ'{ ALL scenery: the bound will depend not oaly on I the Pecunil11, ,
;t by a painful disease of the liver. 'Her by noteTor book account, are requested is* variety and' beauty of which, in ,this the Literary Contributions of Southern nters. -

distress at times, waavvery' great, attended A 1'01.411.8 TOAST.-A few aruince 'to settle:l the ama without delay, .,country, will form an unceasing source of instruction He confidently now leaves this mom'

lfr by violent paroxysms. 'The 61'8auspicions at the celebration of our national? anniver-, and no credit'will be given at thell'.toreI and gratification;i',' Engravings and in their hands, feeling a full assurance --

of any mental aberration were occasioned a" who after the lit of February. descriptions of character, habits,,,,,&c. o" there is wanting on the part pf our Pl t"r
by her being thrown into an immediate fit sary called, on poor for toast was present, being I BLANCIIARD & R1D$R. Birds,:Beasts, Fishes: and Insects, togethe neither the liberality nor mental energies! ae"
laughter, by,an unimportant incident "Here is health to the following t Jacksonville, January ruth, 1835. 5tf, with even subject connected with the Geography cessuy to sustain. the Southern Aerk"11011*"
I' poverty it sticks to I f1MoryNaturalmad
; a ; Artificial
e A E. MILLER, Pubnsher-
Subsequently she had'daily periodical re man when all other R. 'CHARLES' of
friends the
: turns of : occasioned ? desert him. D IIOYT offers his sources country,illustrated in a familiar Charleston, 8..C. Dec. lt 1834.
paroxysms, apparently professional services to the inhabitants and popular m nner.

by great bodily pain seasons she "I wonder how any ,one can eat b'art a of Jacksonville of this aectlon-oCnorida, Boston Bewick 'Company, Persons desirous of subscribing can epp1J
fainted .or swooned and every breakfast bclbro reading a DOwspaper" eaidan as a:Swgeo and Physician.Jacksonville ., No. 47, Court'Street. office to W, T. WILLIAMS,'. Savannah_ or at "

made to revive or restore her to sense and old borrower of thbTarticle., ,MhYODder Jan. 291835.V 5tf. lO Editors of Newspapers throu'ghout'the I -

::0 Uvky,was ineffectualYhenshecame how any one can' eat his breakfast after United States, who will publish the AT
foregoing JOHN
of .
out this trance, which usually lasted reading a borrowed ORANGE STICKS Prospectus, and notice the
paper" his conscientious contents of the 26
about two hours,she was hi most excruciatteg wife I CASH will be paid for One Hundred Or Magazine from time to time,shall be entitled Real Estate and Mcrtkandite Broker, Xs, r

distress. And though to the surrounding Sticks, of various sizes, on delive- to the firstvdume. EztAasge strut, Boston,'Mass.: ,

she J ry at this offic, immediately.,,, March 5. \\f\LL attend to the selling and tae.
spectators, appears wholly inseneible iTTiey say fish'll bite now, father Well( Any Person remitting the Agent, by mail, W bl
She insists that her'&eDItS of Real 'Estate, in part
abe every .
has well mint post paid Ten Dollars shall
'work then ,
f lour and you'de be of all ; receive six
descriptions1 .
Printed f
perfect .and entire-that she visits tb BLANKS at copies for United States. People .desirou* em'
sure they won't bite Yeu-&l1d continued '
a you. at abort notice.aTA1p ; long. frig from one of the Union to lJo
.. ,world: of pijhi -tbat the actually saw andRCOgn1sed.aevera1 .'" u the money U regulaijy) forwarded. part :1".
Job Work in always receive correct information
handsome can
of her acquaintances hi You are' an excellent packer, said a mason and on reasonable terms. style< s A'liberal price will be paid for appropriate to applying at his office. He will receive or J i*;

the heavenly state, and also one, formerly a to.a 6rmer-1c'Vh1: lOP' ,.,YOUdlUOtrlVea Justice and well written drawings, i11 for various kinds of Merchandize ,deliverea
townsman: $n the region.of : BlanksDeede-Bills of. La trative of .smbecb ust asa
d.OOm i to packs l three buthels of into national possessing at any part ct 1.le..Union. Comiao icat

r afro bad,.never before known, or heard. of I Iwb a two bushel bag.. ; &, ,,,.-,; nf:1 rye : acm bianifeets. -&c; fr constantly' .for, w'sals- 1 ae t tarelt..p. Subscriptions received this aerie : addressed to. him. wilrberomptl1. attended!
i t r' w .
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