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 25, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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JACKSONVILLE: : 'COURIER, PUBLISHED ,BT AUTHORITT. rights, privileges, profits! and emolument Subsisting as fully and completely as if tIlO. try, and:eloped with oho William Wither- '.

PUBLISHED OlfC1C A WEEK BY. -' of said ferry be, andl are hereby vested i in SlUM had never existed. Ington to the Stntc'of South Carolina, be,
LAWS theaforesaid John Wamblohia heirs execUtors Passed, Feb. 9th, 1835. and tho same ore hereby dissolved,and tho

,L.. CURRIER. &] CQ."TERMS OF TilE, administrators,c I assign for the tern Approved, Feb. 14th, 1835. said John Roberts is hereby absolved from

-$4 per year, payatlejhalf; yearly r TERRITORY: OI1". QRIDA, of five years, unles Vcauseway should all and any obligations) heretofore subsist '
in advance.--Single papers,12,cents. sooner be establish d. Provided, Mid CHAP. 902. [No.'txxx.] Jin act to divorce ing in virtue of said marriage contract as !> M

Advertisements!,! inserted, ,and contradmade' PASSEp AT THE THIRTEENTJ' SESSION' BEGUN John Wamble- his airs executors, 'at .. Martha Reclnimfrom her husband Eli. fully and completely as if. the same .had
reasonabl ministrntors, or assigns shall aln-ays keep sha Redman. never existed
for 'yearly advertising, on \e ] .. '
Oft'1IIOND JANJARY 5th, AND a flat of sufficient sid and strength to carry Bo it enacted by tho Governor and Lo Passed, Jan 20tli, 1835. .

terms. communications by mill may be addressed ENDED SATURDAY, FEBRCUT 14tb, 1833; over a loaded I wagon and team, an< gislativo Council of tho Territory' Florida !- Approved, Jan.!23th 183&, /,

All to E. WILLIAMS, Editor of the Co'rierpostage JOAN II. EATON, G:>vernor. shall strictly"comply'\,with' [the rules amregnlations ,, That tho marriaToj contract hereto foro -

= in all .cases, to be paid. GEORGE WALKER,S>6c.of the. Territory established by tlie county court subsisting between Mrtlm Redman and CHAP: 908.. [No. txxxvi.)) viri act to rfi-

Joust .WARREN,.- resiJcnt" of the.Council or that ,hereafter'may be.ptpvided for 111>] 'Elishn Redman be, andyio ftamoja hcrob'dissolved. i'' vorcelEKzooejA\ ? Uptrfrwt! -. and tGreenpnor A ,.. ( '
And that thaXnkl MoTtfutHqd, -
AGENTS rotf THE XoTJRiEiO. n\V. : ;
FLORIDA.'- p4' B94: No. Jnactioesiabtisld Sec.. 3. Be it further cna ed,- That i it men bo hereby released\Von\ all duty to; Soc>l. 'Bo! it crinqcd"bfand the Governor
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''be unlawful for or connexion with the ,iaid ElishA Redman Legislative Council of boTerritoryof
shall any penon or per {
-: John'Gra Esq. P. M. ferry across the ,Chipda river near Jla\ '
,St. Augustine Cohen P. M.NeumansvileS. rianna. \ sons, to keep' a ferry oh said Ocilla river, by reason of diet said marriage, Florida, That the marriag contract here i'
E. A Esq.
Mandarin P. M. enacted within one' mile abovi or below, miles heretofore subsisting as \\fully and completely tofore existing between 1 zabcth Upto .
Esq. Be.it the Governor 4.
by an e-
Elliot said be toll free ajid for his their as if the same had'never existed.. and Green Uptegrosamo be, and tho I
Spring Grime 3. Garnson,.. Esq P, M. ?, gislative Council of the Territdry of i i- ferry ", or. grove L
d made void
IKK. dissolved
individual use. f Passed, Fob 7th, is hereby a I
GEORGIA. ,, da, That the County Court of Jacks Tassed, Feb. 7tbJ 1835. Approved, Fobl4thu,1835" and that after the passage f this act, tha '
Doolittle Esq. P..M: county or the Judge of said court and fou shall 1 bo solo and '
St. ary"-A. ApprovedFeb. 14th, 18: 5. parties hereby divorced I
Savannah-S.:Philbrick, Esq.; \ % r, justicjcs of the'peace shall have authorityto \ li CHAP 903. [No. LXXXI.}'An act' divora and unmarried, and shall bo freo to contract 1

Macon Edmund Russell.I. i"*. establish a ferry over Chipola 'river, or CHAP. 898. [No. LX>VI.] din act to 'outhorise Lydia It. Star, and Robert Star. matrimony and to make all other contracts '
the from the ,
either of roads
public leading Abraham Smjh# to establish d ftr Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative whatsoever: Provided, however, }j
HOME. town ,of Marianna! eastward across sal d ry: across Bell's titer and St. Jfcfcnnver. /', Council of tho Territory ofFlori, that the divorce .hereby made shall not
river. '! da, That Lydia Star tho \\t .
BY Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted, That saic '" ,

That is not home, where day: by dayI court' shall have' authority to grant 'undei Be it enacted Council by of tin Governor of and Florida Logislative Ira divorced and the, and same tho arc-ties hereby and declared obligations to b of< I, tics.Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted, That, from/ ''l

wear the busy hour away : euch restrictions as they may deem proper the Territory ;i marriage heretofore existing between1 tlu and after of this act the said'. if
is home where lonely night, to any individual for the term of two years, That from and after the passage of this shad, assume'and take her fonner t
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That Abraham.Smith the ) said parties be, and the same are hereby y Elizabeth .,
Mall right
of said Providbiall d act, have ,
the right keeping ferry.: .
dissolved and annulled and that tho Bait of Elizabeth Parcatus. '
Prepares me for the toils of light"; establish Bell's rh'erNns- ; name
accruing under said charter shal to a ferry acr ss ; .
and "and ,giveA [ar'sriver in Mid Lydia II. Star and Robert Star, from th< ,Passed/ Jan. 24th, 1835. '
'Tis hope, joy, memory be forfeited when a bridge suitable' fdicrossing r sau county, and St. J j) ''j

home in which the heart can live:' shall be erected over said river. 'okl county at a place now, ki own a! Smitli's date unmarried of the passage, and of free this to act contract, shall bo marriage soland Approved-Jan.29th,1835........ ; ,

These' walls no lingering hopes endear, either(the roads aforesaid. ferry in said, county ; an I that.'iuo' person and all other contracts, in tho sam CHAP 909. [No. ixxxyn,]' Jbi act to divorce R
No fond remembrance chains in'e here ;' I I Passed, Feb.11th,1835.' ; shall have the right tq CE tablisli any,ferry; manner as if they never had been married. Mary Jinn Child and Hale Child. 11.1f I <
Feb. 14th 1835. within half a mile of] Bali I ferry, fqr ,the<
Cheerless I heave the lonely sigh- Approved, term 'of five and that 'tho,rates 6 f Provided, however,that the divorce grant: Sec. 1. Be it enacted by" the Governor '
Eliza,canst' .thou tell me ,why ?. > at said years shall be cstablisbci ed by this act shall not bastardise: tho legitimate and Legislative Council of tho Territory of
A Dill'to ferriage ferry
CHAP. 895. [No. ixxm.] anthorise Ann Child and Halo
of tho
thou art is home to me, time court.ii) parties hereby Florida Mary
Tis where Charles Hall to establish ferry from, to' me by, ho:county divorced .
i '. Feb. 7th, 1635. Child, 'ue, and theynro hereby ,
And homewithout thee cannot be. across the river Perdido. said county. :Approved Feb. 14th, 1831. and Uio ties"and obligations' of marriage .. ;
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I Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Govcrnoi Passed, Feb. Jth1835.Approvbd heretofore existing between the said parties .
There are who strangely love to roam, and Council of the Territory Feb. 14tb, 183.4 ).
Legislative CHAP. 904. [No., Lxxxn.l his act to' di be, and the samo are 'hereby
And find wildest flaunts their home. '; ofFlorida, That Charles Hall be, and he 'vorce Hester Burke and Thos. Burke; I annulled, and that the said Mary Anh
halls:of state is hereby authorised to establish and keep CHAP. 899. [No. Luvn.] .9n,act to ts- Child from tho date of the
And some in lordly Scc..l. Be it enacted by the Govcrnb:r Child and Halo ,
'public ferry 'across the:river Perdido,, tablish a ferry across the Saieannee rivet this shall bo'considered
Whoyet i are'J homeless, desolate. and Legislative Council of the Territoryof date! of the passage of act,
The sailor's home is on the main, where the'road made by the United States Be enacted by the Governor andLe'illative .. Florida; That Hester Burke, formerly) sole and unmarried,and free to

from Pensacolato Blake, Alabama; crosses Council of Territory: of Florida Hester Livingston, and Thomas Burke, be contract matrimony hereafter: Provided, i
:The.warrior's on the tented plain,. I said river ; and that hebe allowed to That Lewis Norton be, aid; lie is hereby and they are hereby forever divorced, am, that the divorce granted by this act, shall '

'.The.maiden's' in her bower of rest, : charge such rates of toll as'; may bo from 'vested'with the right 'aria power of establishing .. the tics and obligations of matrimony hero! not bastardise tho legitimate issue of the r P

The, infant's on his mother's' breast time to timo.established, by" tua_ county! a ferry, and, charged!; witb tbi tofore subsisting bctwca iha said lleste partW hereby divorced. ,: '' tn..
1iJ!.ntwherethouartis.hompbme, court of Escambia county. iuty-of keeping thd Bam/9! / io xq>alr across; and Thomas, uro hereby dissolved and Passed, Jan. 20th, 1835. "
And<< home without thee cannot be. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That'aU the Suwannoe river,.* toutnuo mile above< made void. And tIle said Hester, Burke Approved, Jan. 23J* 1835. ; *
| : the rights, privileges, emoluments of [:laralin's store in Mad on county,'and tin&id and Thongs Burke, shall from the passagi WM BM* **' ;, 't. ..

:There is no home in halls of pride; said ferry be, and are hereby vested in the Lewis Norton si all continue in tho< of this act, be considered as solo and unmarried CHAP. 910. [No. LXXXVIII.] Jin act to divorce .:: .

They'are too high,and cold, and wide ; said Charles Hall, lib heirs, executors,'administrators enjoyment of,said ferr'', for,and during UK ,and shall be free and of fuJlllOwer: Indiana Cordelia T. Richards .and : ,'( 14
> or assigns,for the term o'ffiyo term of five years; Provided the saicNorton to contract marriage, or to enter into another Jt'olcolt Richards. ;' .
.No home is by the wanderer found ; years : Provided, the said Charles lla'llhis. ;: shall! so long ep the said ferry, in contract or to do any other thing; Sec. 1. Bo it enacted by the Governor :; "" i '

'Tis not in place-ithath'no bound; : heirs, executors, administrators, or assigns good repnU'. k'f) whatsoever, in aa full and ample a manne and Legislative Council of llio Territory of

It 'js a circling atmosphere, shall always keep a flat of sufficientsize Sec.;2. Be it' further/ enacted, That i ihall i it as though no marriage had ever subsiatoc d Florida, That I Cordelia T. Rich- '

Investing all the heart holds dear;- and strength to:'carry over a loaded bo unlawful for any other person or between them. ards end Wblcott Kicliard, bo and they .

A law of strange attractive force; wagon"and team. Add shall strictly com persons, establish or keep a ferry within Sec.2. Be it further enacted That the are hereby declared be.divorced, and the
holds the in their course. fly with the rules and regulations that'may 0.t half mile on either side of said ferry, except name of said Hester Burke shall, from thi tics and obligations of marriage heretofore
That feelings '
established by the county court of Es- ; it be for his, her, 6r their own use, am tune, bo Hester B. Livingston. existing between the said parties( be;:and e 1

It is a presence undefin'd, cambia county; or, that :may bo hereafter !lot for the purpose of gathering, or receiving ., Passed, Jan.. 10th, 1835. the same arc,hereby dissolved and annulled
provided by law. toll.- j\ Approved, Jan. 13th 1835. and that the said Indiana CordeUft'T. .
O'ershadowing the conscious mind' Passed, Feb. 10th1835. Sec. 3. Be it further'enacted! That )I it H Richards and Wolcott Richards, from1' the .w ,

Where love,and duty sweetly blend Approved, Feb. 14th, 1835. shall be the duty of sold Lewis Norton, Ilis: CHAP. 905. ,[No/Lxxrni.] din act to divorce &;' date of the passage of this act, shall be solo \ .'i.,:' .
Toconcecrate the rime of friend;- heirs and assigns, to keep at all times, <. James Johnson and Dorotha John and unmarried, and free to contrnc$;marriage \ /
Where'er thou artis home tome, CHAP. 80C. [No. LXXIV.] Jin act to establish i good and sufficient fla{ or craft of sufficieniize ton. and all other contracts in the samo I' '

And home without thee cannot be. a ferry across tht St. John's river. to cross a wagonl) and team, and that Sec..1. Bo it enacted by tho Govorno manner as if they never had been married..* '
.. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governorand tie shall be to receive" such toll, as and Legislative I Council of the Territor Provided,however that the divorce jjrant-: "t : .

My love,forgive the anxious sigh' Legislative Council of the Territory of nay be fixed by the county i court of Madison -, of Florida, That James Johnson and Dora cd by this act, shall, not bastardise the legitimate + t

I hear the momenta Florida[ That John'M. Bowden be,and be county,'ana be subject to the'order of tha Johnson, be, and they are hereby declared issue ot the partlea hareby'divorced.Paned .
rushing by
is hereby authorised and vested with the said court, or any future' Legislative Council to be divorced, and the ties and obligations Jan. 14th, 183-&. r ..
And think that life is fleeting feet of of this rI'e Titory. Jan. 14th; 1835.:
right and charged with the duty keeping of marriage heretofore existing Approved _
That youth with health will soon be past. a ferry, for the term of five years across -Passed 'Jan. 23d, 835., between'said parties be, and tho same are .

Oh!, when will,time consenting give tbe St. John's river at a place galled Man Approved an. 29th, :1835. liereby dissolved and annulled, and that CII P. 911. [Novtxxxix.:.] ,./In.ad to di- If't'OTee $-

The home in which my heart can live ?, darin. the said James Johnson and Dorotha Johnson Josephine paflpera.apf''J'roit1 f.t
There shall the past and future meat, Sec. 2., Be'it further enacted, That it SIIAP. 90a'No.' LXX\ 11.1] wJrt act to et., from the passage of this act,' shall Uconsideredfjofu her husband Leis Uagntt. :

And o'er our couch in union sweet shall be the duty of the said John M.Bow- tallish a ferry on Jultngton: Creek, oSt. and rtBapried, and ,frei. Be it enacted by the<< Governor end} Logjslntivo I I
den, to keep a sufficient number of boats .John's county. to contract matrimonj Hfeaftcr z Provided .., Council of tho Territory of Floris '". '! '

,Extend their cherub wings,and shower for the accommodation of passengers; and Sec1. Belt enacted by tIle Governor. however that Uio rWrce granted;)' da, That Josephine Granpc/a: Gaenet, be, !.< ."
Bright influence. the present hour. 9hould.be fail to do so for the space of ind Legislative Council of the Territory of this act shall not bastardise the leghimt I and she js hereby divorced from her husband

Oh; when shall Israel's'mystic guide, three months, all the right vested by this Florida, That Reuben Loring and Jobijerathy issue of the parties hereby divorced. Lewis Gagnet, and the bonds of matrimony .

The pillared cloud, our steps decide, act shall cease' and be forfeited. ; arc hereby authortaad M establish Passed Jan. 20th 1835. subsisting between them ore hereby

Then, retting, spread its guardian shade, Sec. 3., Be it further enacted, That if and keep Attrry across Julincton Creek, ApprovedJan. 21th, 1835.: declared to be as entirely and absolutely .. '
rom a.plJKalled New Hingham, on tho( I dissolved if.the w had never been I
as ,
To bless the ? any shall attempt to keep a ferry,or
home which love hath made I person
or property across theSt. south of Wd creek to Sloan'* landing 01he CHAP. DOG. {No. x.xxxiv.] din ad to ditorce solemnised. l lApprove
Daily, mj bye, hU th.n_ ariee transport! John's any river person, within half a mile of said north. Alexander Patterson and Elizt Passed Feb.7th ,1a." : '*'4 1

Oar-hearts'- -united..sacrifice-- .. ;.::... -'- ferry, and receive therefor any compensation Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That i it Patterson. 1''ab.141h,183S..y ,
either directly or indirectly, such person shall be unlawful for any other person to Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Oo.emorand WMMPMHVBWiSMWMMMWffH- WW j I' "' ,
L s ,or-persons, for every such offence, establish or keep a ferry within half a mil Legislative Council of the. Territory oj It must be gratifying to those who Ale j

r- shall forfeit and pay to the said John M. of this ferry, by this act provided for, fo Florida, That Alexander Patttrson ant an interest in the prosperity of Florida, to -

SODA WATER.'c Bowden,or his assigns,the sum of ten dol. he space of five years; and it hall be the< Eliza Patterson be, and they are declared. observe the rapid Increase of our 'com it
Jars, to he recovered in any competent duty of tbe said Loring and Gerathy, at al to be divorced, and the times and obligations merce. Five years ago, tbe produce of 1ij
The season<< of soda is come, jourt in the Territory. time, to keep sufficient boats and flats to of marriage heretofore existing between Middle Florida amounted ,to only a few

And her fountain is flowing again; Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the cross: passengers, wagons or carts oversai d the said parties, be, and the man hundred bales of' cotton. This year the. '

'Avion whiskey,brandy and rum said John M. Bowden shall bo entitled to reek: ; and they shall 1 be entitled, to receive are hereby dissolved and annulled,and thai exports: from S'/ 1Iar"aloQo" exceeded '

But hail to then,Adam's Champaigae charge and receive such ferriage, and subject at said ferry, toll at such retcn, and the said :Alexander Patterson and Eliu- 18,000 Laics,valued a& more Jhan a million, ,.. '
to such regulations, as shall be' established : shall be subject to regulatioalaa mal Patterson from tlio date of the passage 01 of dollars. Our enterprising merebaDIa'are

How it scatters its volatile spray, by the county court Duval county. M established by the county court of Siohn's this act shall be' considered sole and tin daily foraiiiig$ new connexions in the
i" 1835ApPrGyed and the tegwlative Council. married end free to contract matrimon;, northern either'and already an active trade
And sends op,its spark in oarfacea; Passed, Provided however that Ib )J. On
; Feb. 14th 1835. Passed, Feb. 14th 1835. hereafter I } lass been ertablWied; vr/thLiverpoo -
Ifmyes spleen and megrim away,' Approved ,Feb. 4th, 1835. divorce granted by this act, shall not tiwtardise .. every hand we see evidences of general

And.brings mirth and.wit in their places. An act to,au. toe legitimate issue of the panic Pl'OlJlltrityand development of the resources ._
CHAP. 897. [No. ixxv.] ', '
horse Jamu .1r m.Ue to estallish aln'- CHAP.,, 901. [No. xxxix.] Jin act to fK-. hereby dirorced. ; .of.the country. Money Js abundant, t
Tis the cordial of love,too.,no doubt,, the OciUct riwr. wee John Gamble. from hi wife_ SardGamble. Passed- Jan. 20th, 1835. property of every description Is readily'
ry across Jan. 23J 1833.CHAI Into oah-rtJa enterprso fDo
As good for the ladies as teat. Approved convertable
See. 1. Ba it enacted by the Governor fo of;.UK'IIIIJ"
"pr Venus. our poet',give out; of Be it enacted tbe Governor and Lejislative oTic U now crippled ?
the by
Council of Territory who
007. act
Legislative *. JNofc ixxxv.: : ) ors for fh'relief and we meet at every torn, roeu: .
"Was born.fi'om of the be he is Council of the Terrritoy .of Florida -
wave e sea, Florida, That John Wamble of John Jhkrts twelve months ago wcrojn ,.wrsiiencdeireumttaiifcii <
hereby authorised Jo establish, and keep a That the marriage contract heretofon butwio| ROW fwl tbemselveaitidepvtMkiif. ,
Gamble and Ba. See. 1. Bo U cnadJiy>> U o Governpand r
;'"'. SoULp UI pK0lSP rABJED xn.; public ferry across the Ocilla river, at or subsisting between John LegUJative CouncUoihqTetritoiyioFlorida : r Thinadventogofeurpori' -*Wj
I near the fiat-ford on said river J the rates rah.Gamble be, and theme w, bereb;]r soil and r4imflte.arej jinruiigtow
And .,: TTtat the 4th fan as to t
be aha dead,am she gone, ', of liasolved andtttat the said John Gainbfc, ; niarriaf e cont ; retofore. '
NAh or toll to be subject to the regulation I L .pPr3cleJ! ;aid a -rpJ;;lhgiVattop .
sadialhungaUalone7 .? .'. -;: be released" from .I1 duiy'.to:: />r nibistinpr betwewjJfrhd'E ; rtf '
\' [ Tiereby :
the county eOu1't, or a court composeOLof hi i& is .,,'tinlOwJU"dtYJorida.-
,cruel fate thou is unkind -m '., ronnexion witfi;the aid Sarali! Gamble' ))r citizen1 i of thw Terr5toiyTsn4'B *yi ;30th ult
; Jiree justices of the peace. .11 *irtfe"whb'in the J. 11 cquna I .,: (Flgrplan. '[ ,
To .. reason of theiFsaid marriage beretofgn year
take + enacted
her'fore and leave I hiad.1 l .; &e. 2. Be it further: ,
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-! To hear a voice squeak in, the EXTENSIVE AND REMARKABLE FunD -
/ 5s **** -A young 23 old of genteel years ago, that I stood by the grave of one The O'our'ier.TlIURSDAV
There a young lady called Sally neeting house by mistake; after* the role li man years .
who resides irt::"--street! (, and is 'engagedhi \ of the'choristewl have ceased., '. appearance, was arrested in Lousville, of the greatest} poets, and one of the most =:

I i the r l88fd( aneJy. 1u'd gjoundnutline.She ,. To bear a man sing' the beauty of ugliness Kentucky; on Saturday, the IGth of 1Iaynder \ extraordinary mail of this or any age. It ; JUNE. i 2g. :;

s is very beautiful ; nod SO;;sweet is her and by a tlapsua slinkum speak of the a charge of having committed several was in a miserable little village! and he ,
,,, -remarkable frauds. He had and dwelt in the lands of old renown With this No. we complete! the first
extensive and gone
aspect, when she Is not In a rage, she.. beautiful pimples when he mean dimples, ii u
r well deserves the title of Mintetick, given on a lady s face. was brought Cincinnati, and is now i in -in the lands of present and perpetual months of the publication of the Courier."

i her by her more juvenile',customersr .-. To see an ,old bachelor in company, lose confinement.in our jail beauty he had walked with he neigh We are ,glad of an opportunity to present

admirers are numerous, and she has I trying to Conceal a hole in his stcckin The circumstances areas follows: tiestthe wisest' and the most illustrious of thanks to those gentlemen who have our

,two, Jov rs'' equally devoted, 5h>.ut by no>> To laugh when a dog gets his head in 'a About the first of May,, the young mann : the earth'and not only the multitude but themselves establish and 8usWnus exerted
thE, bottle and can't it question calling himself Lyman; they had looked upon him with wonder and and
means ,equally happy. Mr.rLookina, junk get out again. presented also, those who
.. 'senior adorer,after having courted and'devoured To see ten unmarried daughters, from for sale or exchange, to the ClintonBank admiration fl!! he had desired pleasure, and have contributed to the nr,t.

dried cherries by the side'pf, Miss sixteen to forty sitting ia the kitchen on a in Columbus;h draft for $3000,pu r reaped it down\\\ to the coarse jagged ter of our colums., We found ourselves oat

Sally, for so l long ,a time that ,ho, thought t rainy day, five darning up old stockings, porting to be drawn by the Decatur Bank stubblerofl' ''pain I and barrenness j be had our arrival, Strangers in ,a country far'from

:;himself sure'of her, was lately discarded.A four knitting, new ones, and the, tenthwatching of Alabama, ,.on'thi ,Union,.Bank ,of New panted for rcliown, and had won it in i its our former- places' of1 residence. Much

,- flairs h'ad progressed so far that the happy from the window the motions of York. The Clintof Bank took the draft' fullness } h.< ad rejoiced'to'' sail on wide t 'done.-llow far we have waobe

day was fixed( but,,unluckily the.;affections a dripping} rooster under a cart. and gave for it, $1KK) in money, and a I seas ; had f at amid the eternal and most he complied tIt]

of dealers, in sugar ,candy are, .as uncertain To,see a good old lady hunt all over the draft on the.Phoeuik Bank of New York, magnificent: wuntains, and gathered up promises which :we made ib'our'first No.s .
as those'of any ladies whatever:- house for her glasses, and finally find themon for two thousand. : The young man i immediately thoughts'of, e erlasting grandeur; all thee for our patrons to decide.

'E '- 'The'beauteous 'Mintstick'wes introduced her own nose. repaired jo this place, where he I was lovely* 1c nature and i in man he bad The terms of subscription. are known to all.

'; to Mr. Jake Huckett-:: n)':oupjj gentleman! To tumble all night ki bed by reason o f sold the' (drafted th Phoenix Bankto e seen and W 'ken without'scruple, and There are several who have not attended

i vith 'flamo-ccilored whiskers,' aixjfeet' I in the tooth-ac.hB.aod wpen one goes to get i it of our reepectnblebrokera( ; ,who,again, a witboat :! rhe had even turned i in \.he' fulfilment of 'the>a. A new series S
heigw,and a mile across the>houlderfl.-, extracted injhe rooming, to have.the physician short time afterwards sold it to a gentlmanresiding'in scorn from'his native land, and sworn-that Bills of
On the ittw+tit) the nose JLookins was out pull out throng tooth. : tUVbana.f!", 'Tb.prisoner, whilst his; bones, sn old never lie in its, bosom ; will,immediately be put' into the posse,
;Of joint.' His qualifications,though respectable r TOfBee a fut.gauleman tight clothes in. CinclDn ti.II. 1d previous i to his depart but deatH .8t od.hefore'bim', and his heart si on of a friend;:whc* mil call upon our sub.

r. .. entiu would pot onduro tho boa, laugh l tiHTiia J jjaptalpons! crack! _' are for L6iii me; passed part of the;time melted and acknowledged }its allegiance to cribero. for arrearage*, and for the Jmaaupon
.tics of Mr$lluck '; ".c..Jec, ., To. edabenit, squeeze. his feet :into.IJ. by the cram/ d**Wifson. While here,; h the rnighif power of natiire-r-to.the irresistible the Balance,of the'year. We mention

r ,Miss ,Sally M fehadced.yv/ttrJake; gi;tract onple: of ;nndlf.mould ,and then complalDofco'Q b ought' a rtod ,,deal_ elegant furniture, face of early ties-and hero: 'frOm all 1 this circumstance to save delay in the toile

with Joe, mid giggled with ;Jake, unti II nmong.whfch were, a piano forte, carpet, his winderings;"all his speculations,,and,all l ,
thq heart of Mr. Looking*' under To hear ; then his this little obscure {; gave way :: my Diet rival has got fastened to &c. IU repaired to. .Louisville, glory, to ,
Jjor. cruelty ''tIt cut him to the/loul bite an a shrew., where he was, (od next Thursday)} have t 'nook of artbbe ,was brought 1 a No the rules ill.be rigidly' enforcedas

oyster'ukhjfe: ;:and: to' end his, [misery heBought .' To see one;man knock ,another,downor been married to highly respectable young 1 spot of all those ,distant and beautiful to our terms.

af3nalexplanation. ,. calling him two thirds a fool ; when all f lady of that place!] ', .. es might defraud this of its rightful due : As'we are situated.near the centre of burf.

; J What do 'you mean, Miss, >by ericour- the worldlcnows.be is a whole one. 'r L>e draft of, the Decatur Bank, by thjiinie nature was more powerful than time, or 'ness in this town, subscribers.Acre will

aging that Jongjegged' chap?." ;>c' [N. II. Eagle. ti was discover d I to be a forgery ;-al d I space, or passion, or fame dust muattnine ably find it convenient to take their pto -

.' No ,aria," said the indignant fair, my., i f i ___ _-j r -- -j --- _g he.Casbier;and on ;of the directors of th gle with its kindred dust. Hewitt, the papers
: ,.. .i icJears is changed ; my affections was'nt sot 'Oua RELATIONS' WITH FRANCE.;"-At Clinton Bank, imrr :diately repaired to th' i+ office' 4. ,

"on you, thouglj | thought they 'was, and length, says the National.Intolligencer, we ilacwjn pursuit: of yma aVii, very melancholy accident took place 'The time of publication will be (as hereto

: you may!* dairy your'pigs I to another mar- have intelligence of :.the passage, i in the On their arrival i ere, they waited on the oiliest Point, on the,4th insk wbich.re- for )on THURSDAY AFTERNOOH about3 o'clock ;

JcGf Chamber of Deputies,of the debt acknowl- Mayor, and; .enliste his and the 18I'ShaU'sserviccs'ln sulted in the death of Cadet James Gibbon and we,hope to be encouraged; in our sincerewish

His heart fell as if hit;with a mallet ; butTallying edged by Treaty due.to this Government aiding ) discover the fugiti!@. Carter, of Virginia The deceased and.a to gratify our friends;while we, receive

d he poured rtb"R torrent of reproaches 10 behalf of thoso,of our citizens who had lie was soon trace to the brokers office, fellow student, having been fencing, 'with the substantial tokens,of their approval.
,and,finishing. threatening to just claims upon the French Government t I before :mentioned,. as well as 'to several 1 foils'without .buttons, after a,few passes All
knock blazes out of 1(lke." t spoliations committed under its authority ?other placesft. a good deal of search, the point ofthe latt r's'wellpoG entered the persons having demands upon the
Heavy I" said jbe: lady, with a look" 6i f Firm of L., Curjrter .4 ,Co. are invited
".. since the year 1800.. : It wns.ascertained tiat a young man, an- the of the former, piercing that organ,quite to
scorn. f'My Jake can, lick,, six of you :; The ,toMe stipulation of. the Treaty Is swering' his'" d cr nion, had gone in ''a into the brain. The puncture was BO small present them for' payment. Our subscri-

and both he and me thinks you a spoony." provided for by ;thq bill which, has passed. steamboat, to"'Lou mile. The Marshall 1 as to appear! only a slight scratch. At the beta> residing .at a great distance from us, an
Tbls was too bad-it is hard for and Cashiei
enough There is. no to' reduce' tbeamount" the of be Clinton Bank followed -
lover attempt expiration of nine hours,the ill-fatea youthwas requested to remit to us by mail, immediately
"a to be mildly.rejected, and to be caofi'witb st ,, in pursuit hi d after their arrival ,
to a ncw8tandardwhich ,soon);
; mus the of
a He was grandson the
corpse. several due
.,; ; ,such'gentle,palliativea as' -happy i necessarily have been an arbitrary and unsatisfactory ', discovered'i hii i at the 'house?of the the celebrated inner"gallant j : James postage paid sums us.
4' ;to ,regard you as a friend, but affections besides deviation young lady to wham he was soon to be ; Mtijor '
' one, being a Gibbon who'ilo SKIRMISH
nobly distinguished him WITH A PART :OF THE SEMWOU:
:1 aitherwieoengn
edl conscious
; | your merits from a 'letter of The intetutupon named.-They,i iti nediately hurried him
;? the'treaty. self on the forlorn. hope, at the bDIAl's.-We,
; and other little..swcets of that storming have been politely favored d
;, jjpM- board shoat
he of
the % and
is also on
amount indemnity eve starting, '
: > 'buto tbe'treated; wi i pro and capture of. 'Stony Point, during the with the of the ,
1.c...s .,. : | ljr BCoTn Ir f-tpdlijris l vided kfbr, according to the terms of the lodged him in jail as before stated. The revolutionary The Hon. Peter V.' perusal following letter,addressed
.thfewhtniselfintoap'aultude! -- and thus another deviation man, iQ Louisville passed th to the Post Ma.ster.of.this place and
," Vi.; 0hl wizcnt 1 heartless' 'wixeri i f Treaty ; proposed young. by aniel, of Virginia, President of the Board ,
; I j '
wcn from ,. tf'Visitors, now West Point bu it.y'e
moul\-yjPei'.I-! euJd kill relating
ypui gouge
The Troaty is to bo carried into effect real name,) and his standing'was so reepectablejherp feel under
ac obligations to.the author
,, <*' jindt5astmy'/at'ure'lot ,with the lot of the j sad bccurrehce' to ,tie| Board, prod or anther
cording to its letter and ,the, reasonable : every body peemed
; _
'.4 -kjtchere! !r' I an' eloquent eulogiuin on ,the o gentleman who will communicate
: any
expectations overwhelmed with astonishment
of his
Cotigress from the honorind at artrest.
? t I'Y--.o';sayi & ho hit himself a ponderous The which occurred Dahl cha' cterofthe deceased, 'and adverted, additional facts; in relation to the transacucn.s .
justness of the French scene '
Government \
glowing l language to the services
.blow'n the breast of hi
which gave out a hol-! in the being dragged from the i in- :Mlc Non, June.20th 1835..
regard: to due to Treaties, presence ofJijs ,,
g : respect patriotic'ancestor who still His
; survives.
; Iow. tiirfpti and<< rushed into the
havo been satisfied and tendEd bride and her undef"such My Dear irAn has this
k street; ;: fully realized.A ( i family;, remains were interred with full military express, moment, 1
; beeped
'.:pavemenJj A.s'; heheanl/8\ly'8 frantickly) derlsvo"laugli along' the condition precedent to the execution n circtfmstancfcAj; cog'be more,easily. unaginedlhari honors: ,,It* is said that'the 'young man arrived (as the mail is closing)rfrom_ Capt

behind !him it'added. wings; \"".to his .Tel ci./ ofthe Treaty: is howe'verrnnnexe'd. which deacritd: who was the I unintentional: \ cause ofthe calamity Walker of, the.Spring: Grove Guards, anno: I
; l .
if all interests''of" the two 'countries and all; fifAAr r \t ollars of the money : hoe
4y,"t. :Away 1/awaVf r till at becomd almost bereft of reason Icing, that"yesrerday"a renconlre'took: ,
' panting ho feelings of both people did.'not'' recom was fan d ffl lsperson.: :The rest he had ** p !
1 with jealousy and fatigue; he arrived at the mend mutual l forebearance.and considera- expended: i in the p Wiaseot furniture,'&c. [Darter Telegraph. of a most unhappy and alarming' iharacter r, t tI
door ora, three cent shop lie had a levy ion His that near Mr. Samuel Gi !ser'. this between I
,.' might yet interpose difficulty;' We only ex use is he found the draft; ; jn yountj;
M' aso1itary.levy.: referto that clause which declares that tho but there is'' nod4ubt+ from the circumstances $23,000 ,or DARIEA. MONKY\ FptrwD a party,of about'thirty Indian ui'la 'r
"IKV! said he "this is the We'understand that !
>> cCl-here ofthe
fat. ;, ', 'old payment Btjpulated shall only be made afer'the that he forged it. He represents bills of principal party of white men, ,in which thre.;' of the '(
lilowbard.supplies all wants at half French hi.1fto be'tbe' of the Bank of.Darien, and $2000 (
,v-! Government shall have received son a respectable faCharlest ro-
: --price-rhero tho unfortunate can of the Branch in this latter (Mr. Giles Ellis, his son Underhill'EIlis
,biiy comfort iiy in tJb SOuth city, lately stolen
a satisfactory explanation the i if
as to ,
;, the cowurdNljfcj buy, courage/ the 'puscrable' message of the President to Congress ol %,., *%. [Cincinnati Whig from the Bank, was found this morning and Mr.,, George Bawls,) were severe!ly fi

can buy: hope: I want all three, and December last. This proviso is ;. ; among some'cot bales on Jones' wharf; ,wounded by shots from the Indians. The I i

I'll,try the levy's worth < n salvo to wounded pride which evidently fn our V -,' WASHINGTON' May 20, 1835. by a negro drayman.. From the fact that circumstances are not fully known, though i t
t' Four"<< glasses had a pqwer/ul effect. .All ; The ,President has issued this cotton landed C
: view.of! a proper pride would have an edict in was only two days since, it is understood that the Indians detected

in theJ9som\ of "the reectcd reference the morals and of its
the Chamber from to deportment of being examined on' 'esterday by:
., t
'melted ''nt 'a' fury for revtnge. insisting upon. % Clerks and Officers of in killing, cattle.
lindens It was not, it appears to us demanded several Departments a respectable gentleman of this city, there
r 5va\\ been ten times as big, and his 'rivaFarwllfckers a circumstances, if indeed it ,, with by of the Government. I am told is no doubt that the money must have been Capt Walker has mustered a portion of u ,

rr '4 ten times as,fiery.Lookins would true dignity. If the King and comports his Ministry by:a person who saw one of the..circularsaddressed placed among the cotton,last night- Thereis command and gone in pursuit of the Indian' ,

; ;have felt Jib fear.. ,jealous of the honor of France,did not to heads of Departments,, &c. every reason to believe that;more'than Yours in haste, }

"" '' ale. returned'to,Mintstick Hall, and pee- allow the Message to be an obstacle to the that a monthly report is, directed to be one person was concerned in this robbery, I. 'D. HART, Esq. G. HUMPHREYS
ping ;'jthrough> tho'wiocow" saw big Jake urgent recommendation of tile of made of the moral habits of each clerk and and that the individual, or individuals, 1

'. 'conve1'8ingwltb' the I faithless fair, who was'smiling tbe bill indemnity, it was hardly passage worthwhile public officer, and'! that they are. also enJoined must be'in the city. It becomes, there LATEST NEWS ASD MAIL ARHAHGEMMTJArrived ,
with delight.. Lookins became for the Deputies to suffer the to'pay their'debts on pain of immediate ,- fore, our Police to be on 'the alert. We -= the Western Mail Saturday
( con by on.
tt'i 4 ; frantic-beat the door-"-it was fast-at a tents fie 'removal.'. Some resignations andsome further'understand that active ..measuresare '
correspondence of
',- 'Mow,,he demolished the 'l jWindpw and ali :o.sp'ubtished by this, Government our Minister unexpected payments have'it is said, in progsesa to detect the thieves ; 'and evening, the 'Nantucket'Inquirer of the SOtt I I tJI,

i !.:' 'tempted oh escalade :,but Jake ehinnie d irritate;them into a feverish excitement to already .resulted from this decided step. we are authorised, to'say,''th'at'lf the individual OF APRIL last, and the Bane (Mass) Guettt toJ "

J 'i'I bin oiitagain with:a,chair., A battle roy ly.to be allayed by eucbJfc ;on- Many removals are also spoken of as being who placed the money among the of the 3d of the same month. Their genera!
!Jf.; ) qualification as
x al,ensued .which was only quelled byh< unavoidable on tie same score. The cotton would forward and oftBeir IJ
1e .has been asserted in the bill. We come give oil) appearance is hialt though the hems :
',r. arrival Roh6spnflee; who carried off jibe however.that with tho amicable! disposition ,, Commissioner the Land Office, Judge understanding initiation to thefactaof the garments look like an emigrant's dress coat ,1
: Y :belligerents, They were bound over ',and which ought to prevail on die Hay ward,, is undoubtedly about 'to resignor theft, that be would be kept harmless. Is

A ,poor Lookins .was; heavily fined' in,addition I- Ministers on both sides of the water part this of be removed. >Some say that be will remain it not advisable then for the individual to or, sailor's* ,tarpaulin, on returning from .
4 to his ptlier.distresses. proviso and! # in office till the'first pf August ; others com forward,and relieve himself of his two years whaling voyage in-the,PacificOcean. .
f ; ? "' "Sally passed by Mni with howevjutokard wngra eful a that he will leave .
BuperciKous it of
matter it be, s P0 t be .Buffered to be on Monday next conscience, the punishment which l'
IL ; glance, took Jacob luckett'a.arm, and said Btumbling blocpPPbe way oldie final ad a Dl r. Dickens, now chief clerk of the State awaits him here and hereafter, by a candid We congratulate the.numerous. Post M3I 1!

1 0--"Yes, he1%:prettier, and bigger and a justment j of th\s\ controversy. The'whole Department, is mentioned as bis successor. confession. The, amount which remain! ters bathe U. ,S., on the relief they must" 10.
cleverer man nor, you any time a'day.T .* Very little is said hereIn relation unfound, can be of
affair to the benefit
.. is one in regard to which there have no to him or perience when hear that these }
happy1pair retired from the office; French indemnity Mr. those who have it they
perhaps been faults on both sides j which Bill.t Livingston'sarrival for the first attempt to oath ,
', :<1 leaving Lockings. Booking as dolorous as instead of being persisted in with obstinacy is,waited for witlygjpie anxiety. pass it, will.disclose their: guilt.Savannah never trouble, their careful and

'r.f'Lot'swifeloneli ah.: : ,should be obliterated by reciprocal concessjona Till then,no opinion in regfflMo the character [ Republican. bound souls again. $ "

"',,n"' "" :,, t .[Gentleman's- VadeMecum.. each"'as"enlightened and liberal- .of the\u"" satisfactory; up' l anatioa"' expected We also received Washington. ', paper ig*

I" *ar Tin.fos I LID HCQELT!-A ride in the make nations without, like, generous men, know' how to formed.antt""reqn It is evident,by however France,,that.can the be ADVERTmX'ifnlLt.OlLDIN.1JLT.-ri:: fine +._oeek._........,,:-.M'lArw. ...."'A J !p-. .,No.mention_ .. _.."., .
losing eight! of what is due one thinkwill )Day
'stage jammed between five bye deny that the writer of
up old maids to self public men, here are disposed to treat the -
.. and five old t jothelore the respect. the subjoined advertisement, from 0{ 1t
: ,,, : : former taking' matter lightly. out to be a copied a :
t F' :3 r Y" anutf and the latter smoking Tuscaloosa(Alabama) paper is gifted in
p or ehewmgthe Cobbett baa published a farewell letter 'more serious llimay'turn expect. It remarkable .a C
J ahia degree with
so aromatic a genius for
to Sir Robert Peel and is the opinion of discernment 1tA, ,
"' < '" a hearty welcometo ting advertisements -
To wear la'"\;ew- hat out in the rain here who have bad ; We also
his successor, in which he oh erv'es- opportunities of conversing had the pleasure to see all our tr
i when one has loaned.bis umbrella.' 44 It is on the subject with the Persons adebted to the Tuscaloosa Book
: curious how this thing called the members pore which Pablo mail safely re
:To bear a saw filing, when. has the of the that store: are goy
one Cabinet now
we "-
Government of are to
It- tooth ache. England has worked along nearer a their last respectfullyareqnested pay In it on Friday evening. The bat'w elm ,
war with France than ,
with regard to me. Since about the we were before the
'To see a young lady turn round half a 1797 ithaa grown into yea bill Qas d-N. Y.Journal of Commerce.Jfrut no use to honey the matter, payments must back as it went,, never having been unlock*
a of
new sort
[ "- "dozen.times" : when she has passed byete11.t eminent; and I do verily believe gov the 4 be made, :Jat least;;. once a year, or I shall The new Poatuter at SLjohn baa

.:.:_ : ace if any one U disposed to notice'hcr. history of myl life will be tbQ history that of its VAT THET DO THINGS IN (CHARITSTd run down at the beel. Every body.y., the key and the Contractor 'th* teg- I,

t.J.' *- To life, for we have been at war from the day *,The Charleston CourIer, of Tues bow well that man Woodruff is rtting subject U one, which is not to be trifled ct,
'- bear IB man who knows not a'11at 'day The books on in the world when the fact is
of its birth r or, at least from its says subscription to ; and far halW
from i in so at 100 concerned
: ;.gut. a jsharp', rubbing" ,horse hair over cat I.or., It has, in its march, destroyed very, 01' the Stock ot the new bank, were openedyesterday not buy, positively, spare change enough to overlooked. W. have no-reference )h II.el
silenced every formidable assailant ,'according to notice previously myself shirt,or a pair breeches .MW
F l f ."e\To wake 'up at night with the choUc, myself; and the war between excep and t.i it .given, and about'fifteen million dollars My wife is now actually engaged in turning Tidua ta suek but to the illegal i>o

; 'V'J\,p ; and.,,bear; a lot of dogs" lugubriously how) ia certainly as curious a matter as me ever attracted worth oC: stock Was subscribed, from what an old pair wrong side out, and in trying and injurious effect breaches. of the

: m'T the attention of mankind," we can learn, there is but little doubt that to make a nevi shirt out of two old ones..WP gallons of Government It
i c F "If 1.:' see a poor henpecked husband at the nearly if not quite as much more will be She declares, that in Virginia' wbereBhe We will thank the Government ot6ee] IItl
+ ,"sunny: eide-of a barn nibUing ata crackel: A Rhode Island B hll.Tibed-thiS day. The capital of the was raised, they never do such things and ofon '
f.:" woran apple because (says the that U is down the river, to put some chloride
is afraid 'his wife Pawtucket Chronicle baviogfai bank ia tyro million of dollars and the tnoreovc a downright vulgar
$ would', see him doing! in the house. the persori,he j\vas) in pursuit ed of to arrest stock will be apportioned among the uub- piece of business altogether. Come yankee the contents of' the. mail' 'for fair **( 11eJ
; re

I Ts see .. sportsman' knock down bum- scribers come, l !1; wont keep"
a turned the,,"writ.Mmh Ae endorsemen, aceordi lfy. pay up pay up friends,keep peace ,
"mtog bird with the butt jn the itIf
end of bis I Ie .family and enable
f rvTo CUn.I Nod: wtjMMua et raunmTwampo,- It is stated that the income of me to wear my d i
: J. W
f. see a man with a quizzing ss take breaches right aide out. You learn by the Savannah Georgian IfIt
3rt.i- whutiiMiiiAif questioned as to imeaningilf 3 Astor thebuilder:. of the can hardly ".
: the dimensions of a' incl.
; : lady's great hotel in 17th '
0' aacle d ultra, I _f Judge he imagine bow much it will oblige dear ,pw'the Steam; Boat Florid*
said that New
York ia million
4.1 t. when be knows fashion has rendered ehon the one and fifty thousand fi&s, too public most obedient Rill r Itt
: 1 feUowael out of lib reach., by roeai.nad' dollars. He was once a, ,most oblig., undergone complete repairs, and |
,'f jowni rietessary U dad humble i
; g most
; I a..
:,' WOODRUFF. in the course of this week..It .

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From the N:York Sun, 9th Inst. LATE FROM EUROPE. The ,t'J'r
: authorised
following are
Corns TRIALS, .AT CoNcoRD.,Friday- from the N., York Evening Star of Satur WE of COL. JOHN to,JWRREtf.announce. as the a name Candidate RAIL ROAD NOTICE. ?ACKSONVILLE _

the Attorney General o'clock"concluded when Chief his addressto day afternoon, is the only late,foreign intel to represent the County: of Duval, in AND L1VAIIASSEE STAGE. '
11 Justice
at ,
the Jury ; ligence we find-indeed ,the papers the'next Legislative Council for this Territory '
his generally
with charge in the
Shaw" followed "
are almost jentirely barren of May 21.
of which he occupied about 3 hours.delive-I news.
?fan retired at 3 o'clock P. MJ and returned We have received, through Hudson's friends undersigned Commissionersgi"ino Ht .
at 6 o'clock with a verdict of Not Guilty. correspondent, information from St. An THE ., that pursuant to the Act entitled
pond Budd. Kelly, and Hadley were immediateiy drews, New Brunswick, of the arrival thereof the County pose of Duval as a,in Candidate.the next to Legislative represent An Act to amend an Act to incorporate the ,THE Publicc:0 Informed that a line of I
I disc arged. The,verdict received Princess Victoria Capt. Paul FLORIDA PKIUNSOLA '
was bring Council. June 4. : Ann JACKSONVILLE RAIL Barouches will tun between I
i by the spectators without any expression ing London dates to April 27th, inclusive. ROAD COMPAMV wile" February,1835, Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave this I
I feeling. We, find the following additions to the TO THE CITIZENS OFIDUVAL that the Books again opehed at Jack place'every Monday '

We presume that the Catholics will be dis* new ministry, not before published, also COUNTY. sonville, at the store of I.D. Hart, Bay-street, CTForty pounds baggage will be,allowedto
[ satisfied with the result'of these trials. some'alterations: on the 4th day' of May, and continue Open each passenger,and for any greater weight,
Sir J. Hobhouso is appointed to the India UNDERSTANDING that reports are in until the 1st day of August'next, to receive one cent r pound will be charred for every
The outrage created much excitement, at Board. my appointment 'as I subscriptions for stock to carry said Rail Road ten railed '

its occurrence, and, (being in the vicinity Earl Mintof\ Lighthouse Keeper will interfere with my: into execution. CTFare"through: each. .
Postmaster $28.
General. of way. ,
duties as representative of the if By the 8th Section this Act ;
the time) we can safely say, that the commu- The Lords of County, amendatory +tit 4I\f1\ lr JAMES M. HARRIS.'
Admiralty Lord the
are elected, and that I should not (probably) get subscribers for stock heretofore taken, '
-Jacksonville Jan. "
nity were highly indignant d that'prompt Dalmeney, Admirals Adam, and Sir \V. the necessary leave of absence to attend to have a prior right to subscribe for ,the same ''- 14. 3tf';H. a

measures were immediately taken ,to check Parker, and Hon. Capt. Elliott; R. N. Sec- Legislative duties, I beg'tosay: to my old amount of Stock on'the' New Books. ri;; "

any further riot. Only one, individual has rary of the Admiralty Mr. Labouchere. friends, for whose' past and present' confi IMMU D. HART !, CONVEYANCE.. .FROM. \ ;r
No other news. dence in me, I entertain the most profound JAMES DELL, 'It I>
been sentenced to punishment for a participation 90 Shares U. S. Bank Stocl sold'tt New consideration, that if again elected, I will Jr. J. 'MILLS JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.

in the affair, and that was young'.MAR- Yord on the 3d inst. at 112 3-4 526 do. do. serve them; and every thing in my power STEPHEN EDDY \
; shall be. done for their welfare. If for the JOS. B. LANC STER.! ,
Cambridge. do. 112 78.
5th 50 do. do.(
o. 112. 6th .
The detail..of his eentencs-r-his, state ,<>f 100 do. Louisiana, 134; 50 do. N. o. Canal cave of cannot attending be obtained the Legislative from the Coun Jacksonville, March'31,186. 14 I" __ ..eIj'1JIE .!'
._ . roper '
mind andJua.intervjew" bis.dying, father 112 14 ; 222 do. do. do. 113;'75. do. authority L to be absent, (which I do not anticipate 'NOTICE. $!ubeerlbkrtrlU run a Rood Barouche. I
we.think has heretofore.. been published N./O. Cfty,1111.2The'Philadelphia -': ) I will resign .toy appoinPnentaeght ..L and ;good Ilqrses !from Jacksonville-to! ,
Arcade was sold tt house Keeper I. Y An act passed bl the' e'isiautt Poun" St. Augustine, once' a week ; to leave, this"iilitrj'rttIaT
in our paper. N auction 5th inst. by T. VV..L.. FREEMAN,for Your, fellow. crozen Jl": I JLJ cil of this Territory, t its last e'l'bi'onand wl'ifi';and rrive''.inf. '

EAST BOSTON; (MASS..)-The shares in this one,The hundred and nineteen thousand dollars. \: JQIINV 4nRE t7 i 1835 approved the Subserlben.wereappoint by the. Governor; Feb d Com 14th', Keturnlng-wlll Angus Ae' pn the evening StJ1-Augustine of the tame"day.Ion. ,

land speculation, which originally cost $17; Legislature- -- of Connecticut. has gran- \ $6000 REWARD.' -1 missioners to open Books 'anu receive tub* ,Wednesday morning, and arrive at this place '

have recently been.sold at $195. .The,whole tea an act ot incorporation: to Henry.Hud tie scription for the stock'of a Bank to be located on the evening of the tam, day. .y ,
$80,000.. son and others, as the Worcester and Hart; WHEREAS, the Vault of Bank of;' in this Town, to be called THE 'DANKOF BTForty: pound. baggage -will be allowed
purchase was only About one ford Rail Road Corporation, with a capitalof this 'city, has teen forced JACKSONVILLE. ',kIn ', to each and for
eighth has:been sold, and the company have one million dollars. open and robbed, the above rewird of,FIVE r? passenger, any greater weight; '
pursuance of which\ the Subscribers one cent per pound ,will be charged for every
will be
pai proof to .
realized 200000.: Several of the ten miles. tV +
gentlemen hereby give notice, that the Books for Subscription !
conviction of the Robber and re< ,of the
are interested in the Charter for a, rail The., Boston Mercantile Journal consi amount. The public are hereby very cautioned I for tho stock in said Bank; will be ( f rare each way$5. ,

road across this section'of Florida. We know ders the cod-fish, and living so near New- against receiving any of the Mills 'of this opened in this Town, at' the CountingRoomof IK\ II. 'PHILIPS. "

their[ zeal, ,their 'judgment their resources' foundland, he ought to.know-the most Branch, and of tue Mother Ban) in which is'' Messrs. Blanchard & Rider corner of .Jack.onvilleFeb.2. Ctf. ..
voracious, unconscionable gourmand of the principal amount lost.. Hoi ers of Bills Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, A. M. f \

and persevering attention to business. We the finny tribe. A passenger near the will please present them wit} >ut delay- on the fourth day of May next. NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS: ,, .q I j
have no doubt of their intention to prosecutethe banks, he says, dropped his watch in the such as they have, as the old em/ssion/ will be W. J. MILLS, '

work, and wish them only to have the sea ; a fisherman ''soon after caught a cod called in._The amount missing onsists of- WILLIAM STEPHEN EDDY RIDER. I

country surveyed, and then'select 'such a, with the watch chain and seals, all in his Bills payable bills at"'*Principal. Bank ISAIAH tD.%ART.; :

route, experienced Engineers fand intelligent ..; maw. Nothing comes amiss-his olfacto In $100 u $15,000 .*.'Commisnontri.
g ;
ries must be,very,small-its all the same to do. 60 17,000 f nriHERE will be a regular conveyance for
citizens shall think best '$ do 20l,2,3pand u .. Jacksonville E. F'Apri12d,1835.CLAIM '
:fQTOur f/ I him, chalkor\cneese! -=:crabs! rcauliflow- r 20,000 \. JL passengers once a week from St. Mary' ;\
lIe is of do $, illy.. 14,000 Geo., by Pablo to St. Augustine $ leave St. '!J !
: friend who sent.usVa t !;.communica er. non your dainty cepleures- "OR LOSSES. Mary's every Wednesday at 9 o'clock, P.M, .
tion on Indian Treaty Making! > must excuse yet, what a delicious- morsal his flesh is to ranch $66,000kN.tork / dgci! 0l tI't! Superior Court, for'the and arrive at Pablo next day. \

'Us for declinin to insert':It't,' 4tMspa. a real epicure: 1 Bills payable at ,. ;ietE ct of East Florida,will resume thee Persons, who wish to avoid a night exposure ..
.C & : V mostly 10' v 17,000 ? of Claims for Losses on'the on the water will find comfbrtable "
i > j* "V very
per. Although, h en-gotaoglae' ;:;Ms'na/ TUE Di 1NKJ.nD.-Late one evenindrunken ;: payable'at Ju Hel. J 1,42 .e Alonday in June next. accommodations at Fernandins, at Mr. A. 4ft

W&icl'tiJ>e alfajs rejra
interview,Vhlii'he. finda itbgreeable.. We earnings at' the grocery, set out for home.! ,U i' ills, 151000'I : 26th day of the same month. m1)1nlDJ&ndarrive: at Pablp the same day.They.can .-
should dislike, t6. "fr .the+ Well" says he"if I find my wife' up, I'll ...various 8th t leave Pablo every Friday morningat ".
Vary rule 1835.
-"v." (' n". whichwe lickher-=-what: business has she to set J( BwT 1,755 May ...,, .. .Cw20. 4 o'clock, and arrive at Bt. Augustine C, '
have: ,Id ubstance, 'stated befbre that burning Cro and light eh?'And.hl Lendhe MarineQnd'Fire" Insurance 113 P. M. same : leave St. Augustine'every.

our paper. cagopt be made the vehicle of.private > 'inJbeJ.ni': .lick bcr. What business Planters!-Bank, Savannah, 5,175 FIELD IIANDSWANTD.. : Sunday, and arrive at Pablo same day.Passengers .
abuie'or State Bank, 1,120 Dollars a month will be paid, wishing Id visit St. Augustine
.i11' "" uiiiinosity.: Facts are. ._ ..... bas""" sli0'I"t URo tolled_ before- 'I get home 1" Specie,-Half Eagles, 1,000 TWELVE,for five or six good field Hands,, will be accommodated on reasonable terms;, ,fr
things rbut we had rather...prevent. two quar-' 1'1 f "t''n! 4 &v Quarter U 5,000 and I ,Fi1\eenDollars;for Good Ploughmen. Fare from St. Mary' by Pal* to St. Augo ,
refs&, &occasion one. ', ..' ,. \TheW': t 4 iington Globe of the 10th inst! Mexican Dollars, 1,000. JOSHUA IIICKMAN. tin. $5. From St. Augustine" to Pablo $3.There i
,;" : U' says-"-D. t he8. "fere.receiv' last Silver Change, ,,: 300 May 14. .; 2w20 is al.o& safe boat.whWwlir run
fA fins buck,weighing J15 Ibs., : was, killed night from'!.tbe American Legations at A liberal reward for any. portion. once a week from Pablo tq Jacksonville} and '

by,Mr./ --- Price on' Thursday last., Who Paris and&*rid. Mr. Livingston, was Apply to. RALPH KING, NOTICE. will depart and arrive so situ meet the all .t

wrald. .bie to the forest or hammock,and hunt still at Parii e f the 23d of April, at which President of the Branch, Bank.. of, Darien., ,Weeks after this date,application will boat on its return from st;' Mary' and the ,
this ? For time the affair of'indemnity remainedin Savannah,June 7, 183&.' { SIX, made by tb.; ublcI1 n'to-th""on.: *>.. aa tt u>l luxury now ourselves :
,we pare the same state; The appropriation bad orabl. the Judge of the County'Court of Du from Pablo to Jacksonville ft,1 All fkre tp
little for,* pleasant,fatigue. Life la ,not all. not yet' been taken up in the House of ,$20' nEW ARJJ.RAN val County, for letters ofadministration on be paid at Pablo.I C. TAYLOR.OThe }

recreatfon. The delights of the"sgort are.too Peers. away from the Subscriber Decem the good., chattel., rights and credits of : ,.Mail!boat will leave Pablo for St. '

often the occasion of an extra doctor's J bill. The frigate Constitution had gone' over last, a Negro Wench named SOPHIA, I HORATIO LOW, Junr. deceased, of Nassau Mary's every Tuesday and return on ;
On *" ; Portsmouth about 23 or 24 .old, thick let, and not County. CHARLES SETON. day. The stage leaves Pablo every Thun'I'I
the whole, .it is almost:: as well tofJtepeuy : ; to to take ,in water,' and was years ,
Havre very black. She is supposed to be in' the May S3,1835.; : 6w22 for St. Augustine and return. on the '. .
expected at in few where
; if we in the a days, t,
Bleep, lens sleep night; she was to wait for Mr. Livingston." neighborhood of Strawberry Mills ding Sunday., &n. I I
ifwe hunt let us do when nature will sustain _____u' r Also in May last, another Wtnch namedCLARJSS4 NOTICE. I"

herself and it when we are obliged to REVENUE OF FRANCE. -By official black, She, .about is supposed 25 years to be of in age the, rather same I SIX Weeks after date, 1 shall apply to the DItY' .pOODS! GROCERIES, AC.WIIOLKIAtK .' tl+

dun delinquent subscribers,or post our books; statements, it appears that the produce of neighborhood with the other., of DuvaJ} CountyCourt, for lettersof Mr Lao RETAIL:

the indirect taxes in France during1 the The above reward will be paid for the delivery Admfni.trationr deceased.on the Estate of AARQftI1EMMEXWAY. Subscribers keep constantly on hand,

An attempt was made at St., Augustine; first quarter! the present year, was 140- of both the above negroes at my house ,- CHESTER BISBEE. THE offer for sale, terms u' ?

on the ijjtoht of the 17th inst. to take the life 784,000, fag f: ingtiiatigf the, corresponaj in Jacksonville,, or half that sum for either. they can be had at any store in Florida, the \'j,

of the Hon. THOMAS DOUGLASS, U. S. Dis- l lpr of the lest lear- by t WILLIAM B. ROSS. Jacksonville, May 19. 6w21 following articles,vix, .\;

tnct Attorney,for East Florida. While preparing 6, June.. 16. 25tf NOTION. \ DRY GOODS. ::k

to retire to bed, a gun, loaded with It )pifitSif in the Alexandria Gazette NOTICE SIX Weeks from this dale, I shall"apply to Broadcloths,, 'CassUnerss, 8attin.tts,'.and, .

buck shot, 'was discharged, ,the contents of that W. G. Jones lately arrested in Baltimore I'WILL hold a Magistrates Court at the Judge of the County Court of Duval Negro bleached Cloth.brown, green, check redand stripe white and Flannel plaidHomespuns

which passed,through the glass of the window on a charge of robbing the Post Office in Jacksonville, on the Sec- County, for letters of Administration on the Calicoes. Cambrics Muslim 1
and in each month Estate of of ,
Saturday at 10 o'clock A. SAMUEL BROIWIXO late
in his sleeping apartment,but fortunately in that ,city, having been released from M. In my absence, business left with said County, deceased. Bilkl, Gloves, Hoisery, &c. &e. I

injured none of ,the family. The villian jail,in consequence of the requisite bail in O. M. Dorman Esq. will any be punctually attended .BENJAMIN THOMPSON. *' _, ,HARDWARE. ',ff r

who thus aimed to take the life of one of our his case being given, has fled from the to. S. STREETER, May 21. Ow21 Cooking,parlor,and box Stove, Brass and '. '

most estimable and peaceable citizens, is, as country and sailed for South America.. Justice of the Peace. common ,Tire s.tts..t, Lamps, and Candle .
June 17. 25 NOTICE. 8ticksWercttA Cap", GUM, broad and
yet, undiscovered. JOHN Ross and his'party have rejectedthe Weeks from date, I shall'apply to the narrow Axes, Adses, Hatchets, hammers
terms held out by the General Govern- NOTICES SIX latches ,Butts and
of the County Court of Duval Augers, Shovel; Door- ,
The prpHliDS now brought into market, ment for the removal of the Cherokees. I hereby given, that the Books for receiving County, for letters of Administration on the Scr.ws,&.0. &c. 4 ,...
are Uclu8ljfh a small list. Beef port subscriptions to the capital stock of the Estate, of ROBERT HUTCIIESOJf. deceased FURNITURE. ? "
Tenisbnf-pailUry a of fine fish-tur- DEATHS. "SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE AND ; LEWIS Z. HOGANS. '
variety toilet
card and
TRUST COMPANY," will be opened' at the Sofas, and Couchs; work, ,
tie, &.c,: wricure would like'the Jacksonville, May 21., 6w21 Tables Washstands ,Looking Glaf- I
concern At iFleming a Island, Duval County, on office of Thomas Douglas, Esq.in the City dining .
toIenbly: Wet pif he brought with him aFrench the Slst inst, George,only eon of Mr. George of St. Augustine, on the second day of November ..., B diteadf, &c: ;!
,: okjl.but 10 o'clock A.M. and,, will NOTICE. GROCERIES & PROVlS L, .
c a turtle soup, with no Fleming.-aged,two years and nine months. next, at ,
Messing buif&ons: like : be kept open from time to time by adjournment SIX Weeks from date, I shall apply to the Tea, loaf pad ;Botlle !
u a dinner of herbs Coffee,
I MARRIAGES. ,'until the whole of the stock, shall. be the Judge of Dun County, C1derChampalgne, Claret,Port Sherry .f"
without loves. I '
for letters of Administration the Estate ofELlSllA
subscribed on
) not exceeding thirty days.LOT Wines'' Spioes, Soap Lamp 0 liTobaecol' I
We were this morning shown, a full In Brattleboro', Vermont, on the 20th tut ., CLARIC RAYMOND WllIDDEff, WILLIAM;deceased. 'Flour, Iliee, Cora ot Bread Jlcetlnd ;
apple from the i '"orchard : 'Mr. HMRT FILUK of Amherst,JU&M.,to Miss ROBERT ) REID' RIDER. Pork.Cod5alii id.ltjTh; ;'VoWoes
"of a gentleman .in CATHABIVE: R. SMITH,of the same place. THOMAS DOUGLAS. Jacksonville, May. 4. 0198TODART Butter, and Che**,,AM. &:.4, ,
Nassau County Apple-trees'do not gene- We little thought that wedding cake would .CoD1ll uionen. -ALSODrur *J '. '
ally) in be sent to to this twelve fifteen June 2d, 1835. 23 A CURRIER ,
prove profitable East Florida. The ever us place, or '
Medlclns' and Palnts;> variety :,
hundred milesh-but it U. Cake in
growth U rapid but the to ; Xn-ooBirmc '
extreme heat pre- NOTICE.TilE LITHOGRAPHERS of Crockery and Glass Ware. Books Uil.i,;
Florida is as scarce as and we wish and ;
money irsas. *
"nts the ripening of the fruit, if Indeed the subscriber will hold a Justice's Court giatlenarv a.hurt.'assertmeat of \VSiite. :r .
our mends an abundance of both. No.1, Wall-street, New Yotk. .
!toe comes to maturity.H InSt. Augustine, on,the 17th inst. Jame. the Office of O. M. Dcrman, Esq. in Drab, and Black llt.ii, Caps, Boots and;'}(
We have also had excellent sweet potatoes M. Gould Esq. Editor of the Florida Herald, Jacksonville, on the last Satuday in each TREASURER'S NOTICE.TREASURER'S ticlea b together with variety of, other ai*> .,,'. '
daughter of Phillips month._ In my absence any business left '
jf the to Mi."Mary, George L. !
growth of this season BLANCHAR0 & RIDER.
with Mr. Dorman. will be punctually attended -
Jacksonville Jan. 1 JKJ5.) ,
ID":::: On the |p"Brother: of the quill, why cheat us of to. STEPHEJ: EpDT, I Tallahassee, March 6th, 1833. 5 / .'.-
mercury ,stood the news! Please to publish your own mar- Justice dthe Peace. act 21st 1829 Uis tp- N. B. -Cwh 'paid f r'Cotton. Hidu, ..
passed November ,
an .
l0Q0aboveO att o'clock: P. M. This u un-' riage in your: own paper and send us a pieceof ( JuneS S3tf By provided that all Bonds executed by Home, Tallow Deer 8kia*, rura, &NWU; ",- 1

lerstood! tobe, unusually warn for this lati- cake with it.MARINE. Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by the Judgeof MOM, Orange reel, &*. ,: I
: this ,the A1! AT CIUMBERS\ Court 1 B. & It.NOTICE. .
dire Mason of year-- JOURNAL. .234 J/JI'1.1835.S.u the County to the ,Treasurer of theTerritory ,

have! no news, our friends may con- TT ordered,that' &0' EJTIU Tr KM of the of Florida; and that all Auctioneers i l
Jude JL Court for the of Dun shall quarterly in each year commencing: on -"
we and Superior County
are melted, used up. PORT Of JACKSONVI' -.. -- ,JUNE' 25. the lit of transmit to the Treasurer '
be held the 29th of June next January '
on day .I persons are hereby notified that pur ;
RHODE bum)SU.A.To""A letter wrier ROBT. RAYMOND REID, under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy ALL the' Act of of March
ARRIVFED-June 21-Schr. George % effected him & to Congress,
of all sale by with the amount .
from Providence "'. Superior Court eDtItled! "An ..ovid for A
states "That the Judge act
Mary,Willey, Charleston. and at what time ana place and for whom Sd, 1831, to
ion Cast Florida. .
M. Kn District ot olfeaceaoomniUed la eat-
ight. U. a Senator elect from -;- the same was made. Now*, all Auctioneers the Banishment
he State of Rhode Islandwill immediate- FOR BOSTON. fir the Judge, are required to take notice of.jajd lair, and ting, dstroylnf,of removing-I4 t Oak and
reaign' his seat, and transfer bin influ- fine Packet Schooner ISAIAH D. HART, Clerk. conform to it, or suits upon their Bond must other Timber, or treea reserved for naval

t e to to Hon.T&istam Burgee,who will, THE' 4D MARY, 100 be instituted. Judge of the County Courts puMaei" Positive proof: will N requiredof tint thefame .
MORE NEW GOODS. all shipping such Timber,
c" expected, be elected. to the vacated jMJKm tons burthen C. WILUV, muter, '. are requejUid without delay to forward, person not been cut from land the proper
.% b1 the in will sail for the above l d and the l Bonds of '...
Legislature, at its approaching food order for sea, Charleston pioperljjfiftifif a, of the United States or from .hands on
jut received fauna a ty .
un o +session. Mr. Knight is said to have port bn or about the 10th of July next. : HAS supply of FLOUR and CORN Aacti ", 1* their poue.., which th.,11JDNr baa been reserved for fla*'
eeepted the office of Senator fcr the sole For freight or passage having good accommodations aba, a full supply of GROCERIES, which fCJIARLE3. .AUSTIJf, vat purposes. 'JAMES PELL I ,.

"tpoae of healing some trifling conflicts apply to the master BO*:-.board, will be sold cheap for cub. 'i.; : Treasurer of the Territory of Florida. I Co1IKtor... e "
this '
!II existed in the patty" or June at 25.office, 28: Black Creek, May 20. .21 If I Ie' I January J, 1836, "It' .


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_.i_ -+- owe u.so! .I listed on board n nan-o'-tvar DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, &t. THE STEAM PACKET ,THE BOSTON GAZETTE.PEARL Volume AND LITER Fourth
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;: I q C.E LANlLEOtUS.--rr; that lays out in the bay a oystcrin'for I rriHE Subscriber has' on hand, and"offers FLORIDA. ,1{ ,Published every,week, by
j '.6 : JL tetnrsthe following ISAAC C't'EAY..
reasonable -H
for sale ,
f fears no man on arth, but God Almighty, ,on \
[From the New York/Transcript] and only him in'the'dark. _':.: article. ., viz '* .... \ The work will be published weekly, each

t' t POLICE OFFIC;,J JAx Magv\ -AVell, go and servo your.country ; DRY GOODS. number containing duodecimo elght.1arge quarto of pageequalto ,
sixty pages-
1' : ORICUCAU Among the"Tanous bipeds yoi/aro. discharged.' J Broadcloths yellow SalUnetts Flannels, Negro bleached Cloths and, CAPT.' R' A. IIIIX, hneous.and original matter. printed on m18Cel sure\ ]

I brought before Justice layman yos- white and rior white with perfectly new A'
week from Savannah paper type
.t THE HOODWI KF.RS AND "THE HOOD- brown Check, striped and plaid '][TILL run once a
"rala. l handsome title and correct index
a today morning, was a originala Importer Darien St.MarV page
Gloves Linens Picolata touchiiig at ,' *jibe
be divide Calicoes Silks v W to ,
witKED.-Tholiumari ,
I race may furnished and the work at the
4 gen u ne down-easter. Ile,?loch enteredon Cambrics Silk lidk'fsBomba: Jacksonville'and Mandarin.WILLIAM end of the
;' "
Ginghams ,
cd into two classeschoodtnnkers\\\ will form
the watch returns by thejiiamo,of Alfred great year, an excellently printed volume
and the zettes, Oznaburgs, Burlaps, DUNCAN,
and the hoodwinked or the deceivers of four hundred and sixteen
;l Blakcman ;.. and on a parallel with his pages, equal >to
i ;' 'in the column that, was;: dignified dupes-those who ,perform their part; of HARD WARE, AND CUTLERY. Agent at Savannah. three thousand duodecimo pages.
; name,
with the wont "offences" at the head of the labor of life, and earn their bread by I Lamps, Candlesticks; .tuna Axes) Adzes, January ,1835.. 1 The volume will contain twenty-six piece i
y i l the omnkms word' the sweat of their brow, and thoso who, patent Augurs, Door Bolts,. Knob Latches, of music for the Piano Forte, &c. equal to
t it,"was placed: "crazy. while pretending to instruct them in the 3utts Screws Brass Knobs Hoes,Sad Irons, MAC ,N STEAMBOAToMPANC: : one hundred of common sheet music, which
1 d ]ling up, that crazy man"eaidjhe! in ideleness Pad-Till-Chest-Trunk-Gun-Closet- could not be purchased separately for less
I duties of life are fattening upon .
Magistrate, "and put him at the bar. the former. One class vicar the crowns DJ8.8s[ 'port pad-Knob' ,'and Mortice Locks, than five dollars; and the publisher is determined
j U Tell, I guess heTon'e want a': great of tho Knob Latches, Powder, Flasks, Pocket Steel I to procure the simple'rather than the
?, : deal Mister" exclaimed tho de- and the laurels, and enjoy most dig and Chest and difficult.
putting.{, the other class yards, Bed Keys Screws, Hinges, .., complex
nities of church and state- "
frelict in question in a peculiarly sonorous Cork Screws, Hand and cross cut. Saws, Although the publisher places no depen-
10Dethaiatone proclaimed him a newly imported are clothed in. tlck.tloth, and do penancein Knives and Forks, Brittania-Plated Table c:::: dance whatever, in the support of it,as aliterary -
dust and ashes The former are the and Tea Iron Squares Pocket Com aboAe company take this method of from its engravings there
: product of tho land of steady; habits, Spoons, THE paper, ,yet will
( "thOUgh I calculate if you ;mean to have idle, thg mercenary, the Extortionary, who l'as'ies'l| Drawing ,Knives, ,Braces, Socket ng the public that they have be presented occasionally? plates from copper
me in the roll-call I'or the crack'd list,you'd call themselves the good, the great and .the Chisels, &c.GROCERIES. purchased ti o Steamboats, the MACONand ana wood of beautiful workmanship and f fin-
better ftndera instead of bar wise t-tho l loner aro the industrious, the & PROVISIONS. J5XCE L, which boats are to run regularly ish. Already have appeared a beautifully
get me strap a betwee Darien and Macon .leaving
of the i of James Fenimore
Jt' by. a pocky tarnal sight." '' j ", ,'v. !!comm laborious DJty productive r the publicans citizens and sinners.The Coffee' :Tea Loaf and- Brown Sugars and I Darien, tcf'very. week with two tow boats. executed engraved on portrait'steel,.and a chaste vignette Ceoper titlepaeeengraved )
M4-What'eyour Dame ? t. \ Cham'pajVne, Maderia- Claret Port The steamboats will draw,only 26 inches of on _
? tt' : 'rlr-'v.elt father's John. (formojrpossess all the glory, the honor, Malaga Wines, ,vW.E. Rum, Ameri each. The copper. -
; L ; : ,my name .was Spices water with two good engines in Its contents will be various and
the wisdom andt1e' / T ; spirited,ai
wealth the '
Mag..:Aud wliat b..Mee .Jollb P; : the dooen j, can in' Holland-Gui, rand'J.soap.Tabaeco company have been at great expense to place there will be a general record of Occurrences
PrisV John Blakeman. A* <>';* nghtp. usDe&l-the latter enduro all the ,/ our, Corn Rice, Pilot Bread, Butter this line of steamboats in the Ocmulgee' andAltamaha Statistics, Obituary notices &c. &c.

..MagAnd is your name JohnJ3lakoS a proaclt, the shame, the poverty, tho ig- Crackers,, Beef, Pork, Codfish, Mackerel, and riverswould respectfully solicit addition, to the Tales,Legends Essays Tray in
and the labor. The former Batter Latd ,Cheese ,Figs Almonds, Baisons ,
are will
nan?, '* -': hprancot ; the the public. This line cuing, Literary, Fugitive and Historical
f Pris. Well, may boils, and'.may.: bo ho commuters and ,tho pardoners of sin, Apples, Hams', Bologna' : Sausages' be great facility for merchants who wish to Sketches,Biography, Poetry, &c. making an

'taint;; ,half my name's Blakcman,'f otherhall's the doers' of evil and the punishers of crime Onions. &cl &c. ALSO- ship their goods l by the way of Savannah or: elegant paper for the'parlor,and for the lover

', Alfred-cant help my name, you -the latter are the performers' good j Paints Darien. to Ilawkmsville and MaCon_ or in of polite literature, as contributions will beseemed

s :< i know, 'taint none of,my choosin-bear it works,and tho subjects pardon and pun- and Drugs Glass and Ware Medicines, Powder; and Shot Crockery, Shoes, shipping have Cotton been made to ,,Savannah to forward: cotton Arrangements or from some of the most popular American
ishment. One class with authors.
like a good feller,though. sec blindfolded Boots, and I great variety of articles to numerous detention between Savannahand \ i
1\lag'Vell, Alfred Blakeman, where open ; the others have been to n\ ntion. goods without The work will be printed as well,and contain

do come from? from their infancy. The former are those HARDY II. PHILIPS Darien. as much reading matter as any similar
you KNo exertion will be spared to
r ,' r'r' r Pris.-Well, if you: mean" where do I who manage tho'affairs of others, who heal N.-C !sit for Cotton, Hides,DeerSkins greatest or despatch expense to goods, or cotton quarto States paper and it now can safely published and in truly the be United called
diseases tbd laws ;
sins administer Furs .
yi.t 'o t como from'now, should say you're kinder pardon TaU iv, ,. Beeswax, Moss Deer dipped by this line. the cheapest journal of the kind.' .
s S S a .j quizzing'cause you know the name of the and sit on high stations to be glorified by tlorns; &c.: .. II. II. P. Agents for the above boats,: Ts'Rars-Three dollars annum, as the

place underneath hero where, they locked the people. The latter,are those who at- Jack onvi; e, Jan. 15, 183:). :3tf L. BALDWIN &CO. Savannah.' paper is firmly established per be paid in ad.
x S me up better nor I do;'but I guess you tend to their own business-who take medicine vance. Two.dollars'for' 'months, to be
+ fr. S mean'where was I raised., Why; I'll tell'e. -aro pardoned of their sins, and NEW GOODS. J. GODDARD & Co. Macon. paid in advance.' '

S Well, I guess I was born nigh hard! on to who humbly worship at the shrine of rules Su criber has for sale the following MITCHEL & COLLINS, Darien., Boston, 1834. 1
and dema s., Tbe former are the'rc- TIlE J. E. &' B. DELENO, Charleston. .
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the town of Stamford, that's in the State of ,merchandise. .4 ;
h :Connecticut, pretty nigh to the lines. You ccivers of goods, 'weejtfi, titles and distinctions Superior ujflfay&Blankets from $4 50 to .Dec l' TO THE PUBLIC.

111 ;4 Bee I ,began life as a farmer ; but then, -the ) duccrs of the jj3! CO per p t. LAND' ST. SUBSCRIBER: having purchased J
S4 1 and warship l' Sand A good fljiaftty'of pth 371-2. yd. AT PABLO THE '
had a sort of sneaking genus for the: fine goods, the 9fgrent =" pr Southern Agriculturalist from its lateEditot'and I

,3 arts, and$o I bound to a, carriage painter, dignity. If there wero no defen&lMfrpuimals : Irish Linn f1 1.00. I FOR SALE. proprietor 1\Ir. John D. Lelare,
but the plaguy critter never gi'- me but one : there would bo no beasfafor/wNk) "of Best pl4d Ihpl_ Mds. for $1.00. 'lt THE Subscriber offers'for sale for cash, or the'support of the friends-of Agnculture'and .
it sort '0 food-Iudilln meal all tho time, proy ;cif there were no' foolish nnd1 1 incaii-: I 3-1 llonespuns; lHMied 10c per yard, I Negroes, or good acceptances of the interestd connected with i itthmughout'the'Southern
'I tious insects there be spiders to Superioil. fancy StrnpQdfl JWc. the following ct of fine Live' Oak ,hammock States. He km
and he did nt gi me enough o.that and I would no
r ? ; Silk h'akfs from COTjjofp 50' '
I land St. Pablo Creek bounded as it,
on this work for from
Bee molasses I weave their webs if.there were no dupes, published MALegare)
streak from
ta w a one |
never ; 4-4 unbleached 13cher
p you Shirting yard by
1't I follows, viz-on the West byPablo Creek, commencement,jn the,year :. he if
.Ac ear's :end together.: So I cleared out there ;would be no deceivers: if there,were' the piece or G y'ds for one foliar by retail, ', on the North by Winslow Foster's
,h >'with 'a few notions, and peddled try way no Pools! ;tliere.would be' ,no t hypocrites. : Shirting bleached from 13c t *25Cr pr yd, ; t by lands 'of j Cornelius which it should be conducted.:Jklts publication .

i i to York:, Oh, I don't'mind trave1ling'JooF. adsDESCRIPTION l [Boston Post I Fancy dress and furniture calicoes,from Taylor;contaming",two ldied'w thirty will be continued on'the'same terms md

: 4' journeys-aint like my brother IiI \ 13c to 25c per yard by the piece, three acres. For particulars analy to, J4 Ii 'in' the same manner as heretofore with such
e4f :' : t I ""no sprawf in him-great slawmorkin good or AN laisn 'Row.Inthe Sattinetts frpm 871.2c to $123 superfine (IJiD.JMBT ors J improvements ad hid experience may suggest

;? f' for'notJ iDg-4 ever seed sich a feller ns Bill, Sorrows of a Bashful'''Irishman,". is Superfine clotli $4 GO per yard, H 'JAMllDELL; .$, As the subscriber solicitous tojm'ake this
einoyll breathed the breath of life, I tell'e the following description of a Row, on tho White and red flannels from :371-2c to Jacksonville, Jan. 22. &J: 4tf Journal the'vehicle for dissemmiriating useful

now ;,I come to York, and that same occasion of an election :- C21-2c per yard, information, not only with regard to, estabished -
I' the fire-well there Bed tickings from,183-4c to 25c per yard, FOR SALE.T systems of husbandry, but also expen,
night; went to was as "And now commenced a 'conflict to ; ,
1 + ; ,,1 Many goods and notions.nil over the streets wbich it would require the genius of.Eiel-. Musquito t nettingtgood ALSO quality $125 pr ps; WO"Fowling Pieces STiot, of' harness mental efforts in Agriculture, and HorUcul,

S :'as'you; could;shake' a stick at'twixt how ding to do justice.' There was not a mo A good aw t Ttrnent of fancy belt ribbands; suitable for heavy work+-four kegs'oDupont's ture nication, he invites from'"alJ free persons and unrestricted i in-the comma
and everlasting-wc11,1 went to work and ment's either.side. arms shirt silk best .powder-one fiat bottomed
t-1 delsy'on Legs ,button* -sewing silk-ball, and Let that
ulled of and I' saved half ) -eaeh threadr boat, with the oars. The above articles pursuits. no one imagine solitary
\ my coat guess lungs was put into instant aCtive're- spool writing paper superior do.- trivial
s facts isolated too to
: or experiments are
will be Sold for.cash. to
t 't 'o"tli6t:goods, may be about; two-thirds: n'uisitioaj, head violated the '"fitness of ladies white'lOsehorn and'wood combs very cheap Apply' be communicated. All systematic know!

t 'd and then Promo to I look for, my coat, and things," 'by taking 'up, n position where silk I and cotton umbrellas-and a good 'as-! TIMOTHY WIGIITMAN, edge is bbf:"the aggregate of humble parlicu'

'+ : : it was gone., : heels' should, < be ; bludgeon jarred against sornment of' or at this Office. l ajsi and Science, in 'every 'department, is
} ..," Mag.\ -Was it a long tabled blue? bludgeon ; sculls: gave out hollow sounds DRUGS AND MEDICINES.tD"The ,Aril 30. 18tf brought to perfection not through the instrumentality .

,, '[Here the Magistrate banded out an old ,like, drums old women and! apple stalls abo e articles are of the beet quail.ty of a Bin le'}exrraordjnary mind,butby

a blue ooat that had been brought in from the wero strewed here, committee men and cash, and will b sold for_ a small advance, for, NOTICE. the contribution pf particulars by many'

r< ,,ar. '. fire, and,asked him if that was the coat that\ constables there ; while, by adding to the or ,produce.'JOnN W. RICHARD. ',4 LL persons'indebted 'to the subscriber, .individuals, and generally after the lapse a

+ 'he had lost] 'gML| uproar, every bell 1 in the,town: was set a- ,Jacksonville, Jan. 22. 4tf .t.l..'either by Note or Book'account, are requested many years, he is desirous, therefore, to bare
; : :' Pris.-No, that's no 'ncqnaintanctflvomine ranging, dog in the town was set a- to settle the same without delay J and as many facts to record as"can be furnisW;
',f" 5 nor no relation to coat. "Will: every n io credit will be given at my store after the and from,the planter, .who is systematic h
.5 my barking ; mmc.ll\.crvants\ squalled from the CABINET FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. his. labors account of toallures
Oth March. PHILIPS. experimental an
when I lost 'm coat,' I riled all over'Inside house into in lIARDYJfe ,
; e r ) got tops ; went hysterics tho as well a his"successful vllbe !
? and out, rlglar ructrousand,I said drawing room ; cooks resolved themselves JAMES II.. COOKE,?,No.: 100, Broadway, Ja\Jl\cksol\ville'MiUch- .VKi&v. lOtf acceptable. If the last are wormy Aborts of beinf j
if i catch the feller that tuck I it I'd make into dew in the kitchen crash windows .
r ; went York, offers for sale every:kind and recorded that they may be imitated, the fint
a rl him, shave pretty :nigh'tho gnnstun'and: doorsanlamp posts; down from quality of,Sofas-Sideboards-Secretaries- Gr\EAT NATIOMERICAN should be noted in order to be --shunned,:, '

l afore I'd done with him,I'd make him all quarters,came shutters, pails, and bow- Book Cases-Tables' of all descriptions__ \ ; ')I'A: }Ji E ; The subscriber hopes that this appeal t*I"-5"

.' ;.wish his cake dough. Oh, I felt clear grit; pots ; up flow flags, staves, brickbats, cab- Chairs *Bedsteads quality=High post 'and If useful and Entertaining'Knoided4:to lie itt fellow citizens of the South, will not> in
'jilt, then, I teU'ye I had an, everlasting bage I stumps, dead dogs, cats and turnip French of Mahogany and Maple- /strat4 by xumerous'Engravings.B vain. It would be a reproach to our Planters

.pell '0 fever) and a slab-sided felter tops ; until, at length{ the entire market Hair and Moss Mattrasses-Feather Beds- Y THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY.. to meet the fate of the southern Review Of
''i \ comes up to me, and'says ho "Misttt.,* I place, from the parish in the north Looking Glasses- o.rpets-and a full assortment ha last it may be justly said,that it was nut
r pump of thing to. furnisha. success which has attended the pub. fered to fall when it not rearing w
guess that COAt'your'e a looking garter;never to the piggeries in the south, was strewed every necessary THE ,was only
house the
owned :: a:' best Magazine from the us a well merited fame as a literary people
s't' t like you a master. "lJayoo'you'd with pyramids ,of bodies like a new mown April 7.,. 3w15 English Presslias; led to,preparations for issuing but it, was also vindicating the Southern habits -
;_ 3 to' bet something that: mainjnough! field with hay cocksSCBBIARIWB -* a periodical more particularly adaptedto from the unjust aspersions which han
aint ye, to back your word with W trifle (It the wants and of
FOR SALE. taste of the American"pubic. been so liberally bestowed upon,us out onr
But: no wouldn; then says 1; 'WhyI piscEusiojr.Capt.: .L.Nor-- Stills' ., While it will be the object of the proprietors section bf country. The "y, aptirern f.gn'|> '
Copper ,nearly new
c t' wonder what yout'sgood for;f'for ho was cross, whoso( singular invention. an India .TWO two hundred gallons; one, with con.a to'make the work'strictly what its culturalist": in. some ,measuiApplies' ihe|

L'i'i' 0 all jaw like a sheep's head,while I'm oilers rubber dress our readers will recollect having heater of the same capacity the other containing title indicates, it will, nevertheless; contain place,of,the Southern Revlpiar iso fill as Jf'
__ up and down like a sheep tail going; over seen, at the exhibition of the American fifty gallons, which will be disposed all. articles of interest to its patrons,' which jards the circumstances last Buded to. It

wall, I hate a sharper as I do pisin, but I Institute about a yeareince, wot to descend \'of at terms advantageous to the purchaser.For Extensive Magazines. serves as a Register not only;;*' methods ctl
;, r, :: don't care bow close I a, feller is, butter my in the same at Newburryport, Moss on further particulars 'inquire of O. BUD. prenarations have,been entered Husbandry, but also of facts rd o.ting' to w

;; ; ,.r ,{ + hideil'Ido. "WON.,"nays he como to me, Friday lust. lIe was to walk to the bottom INCTOT, Esq.,Whitesville, or at this office. into, both with Artists and Authors, to 'furnishj system of Slavery, Tbe-fciAJects of the das" I
I e; Ala} ,\ u you seem tarnal! 'crukeoM'< ."Well,"says of the river, and remain ,under some JacbOD.ViU.,1\Iay6.. 19tf from all parts of the Union, drawingsand pline, the treatment, the characters of our 1

'f ". \ NOTICE. confidantly believe constitute topics as interesting and importantas
: cruked sucks
they cut way rdowneastjust; submarine dtsctnsions locomotive
; and enable them to issue a work honorable to iu which can either nur ,own a'r
-. t i; m cruked they wont lay still :'and," says I, inventions, the business of travelling is ALL persons indebted to the subscriber by title and acceptable: to the American.People. tention any or the'attention engage of those; abroad, oho

; M if you had all the Mks pull'd out 'o your in! a fair way of being exhausted by the her, or Note, are requested to make, The Amencan Magazine' is published ,feel legitimate interest in.our concerns]

carcass,vour ears boWMJrWfcj;and u(blad the genius of our countrymen.A commenceiwithout payment W the 25th inat. or suits will be. mouthly-eacf umber,"containing between .The'subscriber, begs'l ave, in.conclueadto i ,I

," 1' derbaul'd over you*;...uth accordin 1 delay. forty and fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two remarb.that if he had not undertaken wi
F'; ." '1": law;"youM sell tot'more than you would FoacrsLaItzu9N.-Pnasingaschool '1 J. B. MASON. DOLLARS per annum, payable in advance. continue the publication of this Periodical,d J

now, and last longer by a tarsal sight I'd house while Uio inmates were at play, we Jackson e, Jan. 15. 3w3, It comprises Portraits and Biographical most probablywould have been either re-I

,, r iiy '" ..I give more for ye with.the brussels off!"_ saw two preparing for a foot race ; one was NOTICE. Sketches of distinguished! Americans ; Views moved from< our city, or ,been ewpended.I
,And then ho looked about of Public Buildings,. Monuments and improvements Whether to continuei ,!
jlst as small as considerably larger than tho other, and we it will be in his power
.h J I .the leetlo eend'o nothing whittled down to paused to see the evenL They ran and ALL perse is indebted to the subscribers) ; Landscape scenery-the bound. will depend not only on the Pecuniarthe Mll
"T "'a a pint. And then I told him ho needn't the smaller After, er bf note or book account, are re. less variety and beauty of which, in this Literary Contributions of SouthemYhten. !
I ; =Y calculate to cut up his: Duty nigger didoes the boy won tho race. com quested to ..,ttle the same without delay;; country, will form an unceasing source of instruction He confidently: toow leaves this J11 w;I
ing out winner boast which
began to to and will be tbu
no given at their and '
ered-'t stort gratification and in their
; Engravings hands full Assurance
'F with me for I'd been leetle feeling a
t d I a too far.down tho loser replied, MVcll Jim, you ought to after the lit tf 'ebruary. descriptions of the character, habits, &C of. there is wanting on the part of ,our Planter' !
for that and I'd
east seen somebody plaguy heat me how for read and 1 BLANCHARD & RIDER. Birds Beast Fishes ,
4 any you can and Insects, together neither the liberality nor mental energies! wj
''' like him among" the Ingins. So then he can only spell in three syllables. Jacksonville, January 24th, 1835. 5tf with every subject connected with the Geography cessary to sustain. the Southern A icultUdA. .
#* says tome, Do tell-you mot mad nor History, Natural and Artificial resources -- : E. MILLER,' lTublisbet.

nothing?", Then, ,) Button up your DOCTOR AHD PATIENT.-A querulous DR. CIIARLFJS IIOVT offers hi s; of the country,illustrated in a-familial Charleston:,,S. C..Dec. 1,1834.;, ..
z .' coat"and be did; "douf l I "- invalid was telling his physician that he, services"to the inhabitant: and popular manner.. Persons desirous of, c&I\.W?
"nowup subscribing t
M \ ho doubled up hU: fist; yourtie and thought at an advanced time oflie, did not of Jacksonville and of this section of Floridaas Boston,Bncicl'Qnnpa.y. to W. T.;WILLIAMS Savannah, or at
he hit me right away;that was all I wanted, know how to manage hirnselC' "You a Surgeon 'pnJL PAy i4a. No. 47;Court Street. office.:

,1t jiat to be hit sole couldn't tako.the law on know my friend," says tho Doctor, "thata Jacksonville Jan. 29, 1835. .5tf IT/" Editors,of Newspapers! throughout the -
I ano,and then if ho didn't gi! the stifluiu ta, I United States who will publish the
man at forty is himself either a fool), or a foregoinv J'OUN'. SILLO WAY,
i ken out V him there's no snakes It takes The ORANGE STICKS. Prospectus and notice the ,contents of the
phvsician. ha
4. invalid viewed the son or will be paid! for One Hundred Or. Real Estate and.Mertkandize Broker,
w about twenty blows to wake me up ; and'we'd Galen, who was of that age himself and CASH Sticks of various sizes, on delivery to Magazine the first rom volume time to timeshall be entitled Exthangtrstrettf.Boston, slaw
only got as wirewdly},replied, "Pray Doctor no this office Lnu) March 5.BLANKS and lyjg
\ hen-&mant4 may at : ediately. attend \p the Belling
1a.1LJpinted at both eendd, ", a man bO both i" > Any person remitting the Agent, by mail s, 'WILL Real every

4 eet nro to sich a fellow-tho watchman .... of descriptions Printed a t poet paid, Ten -Dolla; ,hall 'receive' six:. United States. EsUteJn F.opl.i call was mad. and tuck mo 101.- An Irishman .. short copies for one year'-and continued M Ion, _i
_ up. : ; nearly the at notice. the ** Log;from one part of the'Union to fcj
Mag.-Andnfl let you which wind was asked of M: money fe regularly forwarded.'? : Safonnatioft .
: go way t.hrcoWn ? OAlso: Job Work in handsome can always receive-correct :
style :
v ,,*S-viU you steer next? 119 replied, ."Go to the 'I; and on reasonable terms. ) A liberal price will be paid for appropriate e I applying at his office. JI will receive stir

r S "Pns ,-That'siist how the ship steers i owe her twelve shillings is her belief Blank and well written articles: or drawing illus S, for various kinds of Merchandize debt!
Jutic Deeds
V Bills of La trative
FK x fbr I mean to servo my country, and whip that I will never pay her, anti, (faiih thatiifylicliefioo. \ dln.< -Manifest*,'&c; constantly for'tale'athu S. terest of Subscription'national subjects, poueuln, in., at any part of the ,Union. Comma C&
received at this office addressed him will be promptly ---
the French, to git them ten cent pieces they. office.v \ Dec. 25, ISM.' -" '..1 hh to. to Jan.1,1835'i :

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