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: August 20, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002025285
oclc - 09263722
notis - AKL2850
lccn - sn 82016251
System ID: UF00028424:00040
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1buRIER, /' [From the New,York Stir.] / December, to'be 61 onltt6 of whom only 1 as the mother ''and infant below. It was would legally inflict upon ,them but wo

,'UBLZSfED OBCZA1EZB, BY FLORIDA-NO, ni, & were citizens of tho' capital, aid 5 of the horrible to behold I I'V are sorry to say, their petition was in vain t

cuRRitfRfe'& cd. Before quitting too Subject of the sol deaths from fever-tho remdnder wcr then: ascended another flight of stair, The,black musicians were ordered to strike

.ti; allow me to enumerate a few .f the tree .transient persons from tlje; couitry. and entered a :front chamber, where lay; up,and the voices of the applicants were

?.***-$4 P" year'!.t>ayWe 'half yearly) which adorn its surface and eirrouhd its i Settlers became careless in jieir habit; tho body of a little boy, about ten 'ye'arsoM drowned by tho fife and drum. ''Mr. Rid.

in advance.-Single papers, :2 cents. lakes and shores, with a profusion whic undergoing all kinds of,exposiro' with tho with his head also nearly disscvcraHo die die cashier of the Planter's Bank, ordered

inserted and contracts astonishes every beholder. Two of thcSQ very poorest kinds of fare. Ic,their mod had been sleeping in tho some apart 'tlicm to play Yankee Doodle-a w

Advertisements for advertising,; on reasonab\ stand proudly pre-eminent; tin magnoli of planting, too, some Svero: i ifuorant and mont with his two sisters,but had fled free tuna which, wo Gcliove, has never been BO
made yearly' ; > grondeflora and the live dak.* Nothing cmf reckless. It eves, for instance a common: his\ monster father, 'while I executing his ituted before and we trust will never'

terms. beat exceed the magnificence,, and, beauty of custom heedlessly to puUlowc tho superb ficndly ptrposo on his hifant'daughtors.- bo wain. Tho unliappysufferers frequently
All 'icommnnSeatiows by nail may Coi* these as they ore found in this forest trees up to tho very house door b f But I}\o Was pursued-Ira was overtaken, nplored a drink of water,'but,, they
of the evergreens
dressed: E.,WIL1UJolS.rEdtor first the of laurel! the planter ; thus at once removing tho and in his struggles of self: defence in warding wert refused. 1
in all cases, to be paid. te1'itry.'The.! : '
rier,-postage,. of e .
with its expansive flower, one pf tho whit;' powerful operative healthful\ atmosphere offtbo\nite, lost no ofhisfiugcl'fl, Tjio, company consisted of thirty or forI
,and his pride and ornament' ; and instead which was erittrely cut from} the hand am
AGENTS 1\ tk i CotmriR. est and the largest which Molts, contras! I persons, commanded by Captain Bnum-
"FLvJtl.1J1i ing with the'dark bright foprpn'of its slate r of these, under their \cry noses_ tilanttltoeottAUi lay[on the fioor\ besides exhibiting other pro, and armed by Ui4 United State for avery

... ,.;;.:b-t"1'f.f' .", leaves .'The weUJtrwj***1Wfci'UI -* & ; eliruih.thelnost uo ott "corresponding m :ka ofOlcnce.'Ve' II ..difft "t.Vurposo-that of protectingtheir
:Gi ...... _. aid ddetef1ous-oCntl'rcgctnbJG substahcci '
, sa. r.r-" / m.the'consmiction ofshipsrearing i its ; 'descended to,\,ue toBoinfcmr &tol1i fellow citiicn!*,''an\t'sifcWininff tho'
;" ts. EUi.1 <8 t\'n. Was i it and
Jlc1mUl majestic fcnarled head 'as well !from the ? : there lay the mobster,tho author of of 'the atvtx Such 'conduct
Esl P. M. supremacy
Spring,tkBte-r-J : rr on, } to bo.wondered at, that this disease should this ofdeatb strctclud\ his back
ohen Esq. P. M. richest soil'of the interior as from the she] scene on would (disgrace Algicr!' 'and could hardly
.vandarin-E.A". follow this ? Tlmt such t
system filly should witli his arms extended ard the knife .In '
ly sands of the sea shore, and snuffling\ already \' occurred in a barbarous state ;
QEORGIA., the ocean air,which the separate receive its reward ? Whole fonilieswer hand, by which, in tho end(ho had nearly] The wife of one of'the sufferers, half \

St. lary'-A" Doolittle, Esq. P.' M. limbs are doomed to traverse in 'other laid up accordingly, and some! continue to severed his own head from>is body. H< distracted at tho cruel treatment and murder I
Sal'ann4h-S. Phllbrick, Esq. this day with remnants of'fever and ngu, was himself in his' night cothcs and ec
shapes. There arc of thcso from 20 to 30 oilier husband, trembling for her own i
Macon-Edmund 'Russell. feet in circumference at tho base, and single which' we call chills' but which fortunate: !' were all tho Victims. Not t human'being safety, in tears begged permission to inter II
is never fatal. Bilious fevers were als remained to breathe in that iouso 1 All- 1
limbs from 80 to 100 feet. her husband's body-it was refused I She ,
One the sweetest things that Crabbe ever Besides these are the beautiful water created by other irregularities, and colds, all were butchered-the maher and four was afterwards compelled to fly, with her,

wrote, is the following song of heart of her broke lover; oak,and the white oak and red oak among; and pleurisies, for which calomel was prescribed .. Children-and the 'jriurdcnr by his own orphan child, in an open'skiff: for her 1 personal >> ,
maiden, crazed by the perfldity ,- to make the IrcmetJyvorso'that hand I What a scone I v, '
gently to be at rest. The melod the largest in tho United States. Among! still arc security.
and sighing the disease. Yet these not indico Was he deranged? No. 'The cvidcnc
; abundant are also found the The tamo lido was threatened 'any ,
of the numbers is faultless, and beautiful! those most "of tho state of the '
of the the cedar the the general country was abundant, that it was a pool deliberate who'should daro'cut down tho bodies ;
harmonizes with the graceful pathos hickory, pencil cypress, which I maintain to Ue free from fever person i
subject.- juniper, the locust (acasia,) the beach, the plan, devised and executes without ony] before tho ex )lratigh of the twenty-.
and all whatever. In this'I
am alienation
the the lime of mind. four hours. At ll o'clock ,the next day
mulberry, (albus,) cotton tree, ; 'J
Let me not have this, gloomy view, the wild the supported< by every physician the territory He had become cmbarnsscd was they were cut down and thrown together
the dogwood cherry com ,
About my ,room, about my bed ;- mon laurel, the sassafras, so well known i in: to whom I confidently\ appeal, and tho an athicst, ho had lived vicious life-hat Into a hole which Imd'bccn dug near tho i

But morning roses, wet with dew, medicine the chinquapin, the. red bay so proof will be,that,as core and comfort shall many years beforeseparatedfrom his wife,, gallows, without coftjns or any. other preparations I '
bo extended shall these disease '
so cease '
and lived
will this
long enough woman, of
To cool my,burning brows instead; distinguished by its blossoms, the palmetto which accidental' except n,1Jo Jnto which one
are purely unmarried have three chldren and '
to ; ,- to I
As flowersthat, once in Eden grew' ; of the south, nod scve 11l'varieties here of elsewhere tho. It is well known \that in jail, now settle. I free hiniself end all from trouble, believing them Thus was ending put. tliis disgusting'and i horrible I .
not however as
which do
Let them h fragrant. spirits. shed, pine, barrenness, the soul but moms, where openings are )fnado until tin not in a future being, ho Iud in this manner occurrence. Wt understand the.magistrates
denote of J
And every day their sweeta renew : the," frequently thsign'of vegetable matter of the fcllcn trees shall bo ushered himself and them into eternity attempted jo..interfere, :'but were ,
on contrary are very inqdci tal fevers and t'
a.mdead. entirely decomposed, !-[0. Colton in London.' intermeddle '
Till I,a fading flower, ) fertility.Of cautioned their p-cril hot to t
0 great agues must bo felt, and supported; and in the aflair.. !' P ,
O,'let the herbs I loved to rear, the climate I am bold to say to, you, these are severe enough without tho aid of THE: OUTRAGE AT: VlclS&luna.-Tbe I I' I 1

'Give to my sense their perfumed breath I! notwithstanding reports .which that may the tern have man'adding to the calamity by his own im.. following particulars of this horrid affair,, I ORIGIN or LTN n'iJ LAW!-As' *Lynch's -
reached you to the contrary, Youra .
Let them be placed aboui"my bier, tory .is in a.. high degree salubrious, with] prudence. truly. differing 'materially! from previous'Adve accounts lawn,line rcce tIy become almost. hageneral
the Lou18iaoo
house of death local to which are given by as it is proverbial and ns tho qinis-
And grace the'gloomy ,; some exceptions from causes, STEINBERG TilE MUKDEREB AND SoiCIDE. tiser, of the 13th tost. Tho story,(is dreadful "
'111 have my grave beneath a hilt. I shall hereafter allude- Although sit .-As we came to Southampton street, and affords amelanctolycoinmcntupon tion is ftskcd B l1uml d ilinee a day, lvliatde

Where only'Lucy's self' shall know, uatioh approaches the tropical .latitudes, l I the crowds of die populace were immense. tho dangerous Condition of tho country Lyn'ch'lI row?" it ri1 ho well to relate

Where'runs pellucid rill .' find the range of: summer hat is from 81 It seemed impossible to ge'tnfeor the house;, and the times, in which such ,.enormities tho following ancctlte" whlehnayr; peno
pure which is mud Man answerInVashington;
to !92 degrees choked. W
the '
way was so thoroughly can bo porpetratedt-[ Y. Sun.
''Upon its. gravelly bed below ; than the occasional heats at the same cobnty })4.
less years
gave our.horso to tho,' eeping of,a boy,, many
There violets on the borders blow, period throughout, the whole of, the>more and,tried to obtain fcupassagbvto the door Somo difficulty;> roso' at tile public dinner ago, there lived a pouching "l1gnhonil,whol I II
their! cities of the -Atlantic coast, On given in'celebration of tho 4th of July,,, believed himself and
And insects .soft light'display, northern but in vain. What motive could draw and I it was .iivajnUuncd sfnilpy '
?Illu'he'rnorialagitinberahirglow.1.'':;: one occasion.I find itracordml qa a,rematkable hoop. 'H p f>). "there r ThcV-JBvukl t ux as between too often 1\1r,;happens-on similar occasions, pelfg rlnfr IhafannOlfaNUnd i

, fires Occurrence some years ogl; that the get in; theT boo no hopeofitorhey could] : tipiungfaiaTiHvolunteer him., Tliough universally> suspected, yct
decay. ) Cat
The cold phosphoric company and Mr, Francis
-the warmest td avoid ,
,#' thermometer stood at 97 only stand and gape and alk: ;'yet there lor. blows he managed so adroitly as always t
That is,the grave to Lucy shown ; month is June,. and a few days More and they would be from morninj till night;and -l\Jr From'yords C. drawn they proceeded knife to his detection. At length'a Mr.Van Bwcnrlngch ,
-The air generally is pure and having a upon laid the following' trap) for him, in .
following. in numbersfrom nightie .
and silver sand suppose great
The soil a the the ojtbeir.comrade
pure taking part '
: elastic, never sultry, and the ni'ts/ are always morning., The truth wash tlcy were con opponent, comprinYr which he was caught. Having a newly
Thjsjpgeen cold moss above,it grown, : m, bound bun to a
soil concealed his
it from
comfortable; and a refreshing stantly changing, one taken tho place of born calf, he neigh'hors '\
Unplucked of all but maiden hand, breeze fans the\ atmosphere. ?ho rainy another. The newspapers l lad announcedto tree, and inflicted thirty-two lashes on several days-tben rode over'to tho

In.virgin earth,till then unturned, season commences with great regularity in the whole'world of the nelropoHs\ the his Not person I this sufficient, they torn : poacher's and told him that a young calf hidrecently I

There let my maiden form be laid; June, lasting from one month tt two-periodical dreadful deed'and thousuids, or tens 61 fI ed and considering feathered him that ho was strayed to his farm, which lie had ';.

Nor let,my changed,clay,be spurned, showers,fall also in September and I thousands, were constantly Coming and going a gambler ; he entreated, alleging them to shoot him penned, and was anxious to find tho own.
the naked him how ho
sunshine trans The long
from rain to and er. poacher ,
February, to seewhat? Soudian )ton street
Nor for'. new guest that, bed be made, ; ition is generally rapid as in the tropics.- I a crowd.-They' could see nothing more. rather than disgrace him in that manner,, had had It, its size and color,and being told,

There will' the lark''the, lamb,in sport, The thunder is sharp, when it fe hcardthoJightDingJvivid But man loves tragical scenes at least, he and in his begged of them poured not to It, let over the his tar fall; said it was his, and that it had gone olFjust/ j

but we have no tornadoes loves to sympathise with them. lIe is curious eyes as they bendl'but !' at the time spoken of. Being thus detected
In air bn'earthsecurely play the addressed
; he
from person with defraud Van
water he wishes to know al about it. lie lnv.a lie a design to ,
Arid, Lucy to'my.giave resort, springs and wells is pure refreshing, pries-into 'the history of the author of the complying{ with his request; struck bins) vi Swcorlngcn reproached him with It, find

As\innocent, but not so gay.I excepting in veins of earth hear to the rotten tragedy and endeavores to find! the motives plenty with a stick across 1118 eyes I He told him bo'would give him twenty-four
will not have the churchyard ground, limestone, which are avoided. ; lie wishes to know when and how il was then released and ordered. to quit the lioursto leave the neighborhood, adding,
in 24 hours.
With bones'all black And ugly'grown, 'The season of: winter is here amongst I, was done-at what dread hair of the night city The next day they went forth armed, in that if he remained longer, ho would prosecute .

'To'pre' shivering body round, he most delightful of any upon the face of -by what instrument? Where did be get down and I him. The poacher>> only laughed at
my military,array, to pull tear out, iU threats while the latter went consult.
he earth-the absolute cold being experaeneed it ? How did he use it ? lid ho 'surprisethe I ,
Or on my wasted limbs be thrown' demolish tiling appertaining to gamin
: every with his neighbors' as to what too to b bo
for few only and that occasionally. innocent victims in their sleep ? Had
a days : and and feather who '
ling to tar
; any one 'the
With ribs and skulls it recorded that on' the Did resist ? What (lone. At the expiration of twenty-
' I will not sleep I find they any warning? they should them !-law, or no law.-
oppose six of them to
four hours five repaired
:In clammy beds of cold blue clay, 15th February,. 1830, there was a fall of i\ the appearance of things jwitbin ? In Some wished protect; their property, but he whom or they found perfectly
mow of two inches, an event;which never what position do the dead Jo? Are they when the poacher's,
Through which the ringed earth worm creeps, heir heart failed them they,saw ; mlntimidated. The party howcyer pro-
ccurred before and is not likely again to m the bed or are they on the floor?-in itate of excitement oldie volunteers. Oneit
And the shrouded bosom I ceded him in duo form
.on to ,
prey. of try
month For
memorable clothes how? they
>ccur. In the'ever their night or, Itngth determined to in Mr.North'shouse name
I will not have the bell proclaim '' thermometer ll remained stay >ne of their number a farmer .
also the removed but all ex-
1'ebruary,1835, were not yet to protect himself from being tarred, Van rcla- t
"When those sad marriage rites begin, 0 nearly zero, as it did throughout the U. .icily in.the same condition,In which tho and to secure tho house and'grocery' from ted G Arnchto the offence be Judge.which tbe ''poacher of
And .without shame killing here'nearly all the orange nufderer's hand had left them, and the ,
boys, regard or ,' States, lestruction. Ho had fastened the doors, denied. The, case was submitted
Press the vile mouldering masses in. rees, and every tropical plant the:- >t1rlDg, :coroner's jury were then in'session,,collect. but on Bodley's. kicking one of them open IOUTSO to; tho judge, who,, deckled flint the poacher -

ibweyer the southern part of Penlnsu-: ng evidence. ,wine shots ,were exchanged j the consequence I should be tied and receive. three,.uo.
flay riot,it is beneath my'care; Ill, where' the thermometer never went be- ,Not succeeding in, our attempts to gain of'which was, that the,Doctor wo ):red"lashes, well up laid on." and then be

, I cannot these cold truths allow; ow 46. access, my friend went to the jury's, room 'tilled upon tho spot, and, oue of the innate : twenty-four hours to leave the
With a' fCW'except1ons' like these, as Iaid md obtained an order for admittance named Cul-! liven hundred
Those thoughts.may not afflict me there, or tbe house, a p person penalty receiving three
seen, and that only for this it became the duty under
is seldom Armed with
frost power, um as have heard since, Helms, : ;
But 0 jTthay VC JD now! or we none found after that, time. The first
ajjdf easy euffiient which
'of the whole season,just of the to clear our ,
o i 1 few days policemen yea so wounded as to have been totally in- the
Raise not surf. ; nor set a; stone, to animate the invalid,and give a solitary they endeavored to do/; After much diflluhy enaible to the subsequent punishment in- .part of. with the such sentence good was intent int4iotvd'.. to render on

That,man a maiden's. give; may trace. bracing to all the' inhabitants from :: we succeeded in gaining the door, fitted on bird while suspended with the U.po'j unnecesuaryiVThe, culprit

But thou, my Lucy, coma..Hones, the summer relaxation: The territory, Indeed ;: nd finally to get iii;though at the hazard rest upon the gallows. aide repetition off ns fast as lacerated limb*would

And let affection find the place I is the most genial to be found for In- 01'rending our 'garment, and of injuring Three more }individuals$ were taken in cnnltbim. .
afflicted with'in- immense forceif
end, particularly those our by,the physical
persons be house the bar keeper. ,called Dutch i ,
STANZAS.] and to all who are tried in by virtue of
ipient consumptions, the mass, that to get Samuel andftlr. ai'CalLforth .
Jill Mr. Smith BAcrOn 14tb ihst
of and CAFTAIN ray
the rigor a nor. A few pusb-
ompelled tofly flip privilege.
BT VES. m KCIZT1. our quitted it and
who previously Co
the Montreal Courier, Mr.Simpson, '-
winter. Here is perpetual din with }
Low: in the dell the wild flower bern us. make his by
glows, broad chamber ras endeavoring to escape roorofthe Hudson.Bay Company's ter-
and the lakes and riven open We were conducted tea rear "
Its fragrant perfumes,rise to,heaven ; at all seasons.Yet in the second floor (ia: London called rater, was arrested about a mile from the nodes, arrived at Lachine, from the lute-
Tjie bloasomr wither* where expanse own and brought bock,his hands were tied riot accompanied by Mr J. D. Cameron, ,
jt ,
grows this of salubrity has been abusd the first) where the mother aptarently walk
state iehiaid him, and he wa obliged to of that'eonera. -
of the wintering partner
And not one sigh ia given! from the want about thirty years of age-lay on oDe'
upon several. occasions; dissevered ritb the rest, wife had been similarly .. Tbeee gentfemen'report the cctn
Lone in the bosh the wild bird sings, of proper municipal regulation* in the the floor, with her head sharp nearly instrument. ound ; each havinga rope around his tlJ' in a healthy state,and the Indians trariuil I
'Ov desert airs the soft notes float owns, and"the early,anxious occupations from body by come the bed it was neck, which WQ frequently; jerked so via and well disposed. Mr. Simpson: had
; the mark .of blood on '
settlers' in order to, the By In this
of .the procure sntlyaa nearly to choke pem received advices from Oapt. Back, dated at
10 heaven the thrilling cadence'springs comforts of life vidently,done in that place,and her etrug-
; leans of subsistence, the manner they.'were conducted to the,scat Jo.ort llelianee, pear Slave Lake, 7th Dee. !
No*e heeds his dying note! I were wholly neglected. Animal and veg.etable ;oft.-It; fold and executed. Flee unfortunate suf.erers ')834, when that ofllcer and tho party under

Deep,fa the.-oceai''s coral caves; decompositions' were Buffered to lay nonths old with its head also dissevered, presented such, a bbrriblo appearance hit command, were in excellent health and
in the treett: ;rain water to stagnate near ; that the, passers by were moved even! .
'I).gen with bidden lustre glows; to wn, [and throughout the country, from 10 M.ecarteljr Jo. bang .on iu houdem to teiars I I'Some of tbe in endeavored to In- 'pint* T ,

'TbovgfaV it tell the restUss'waves' ie want of means of draining t. This fully Such was the horrible scene of that apartment erfure, but were threatened with aimi, It is stated In the New York Gazette,

Tii buried wltje it groin I' J 0 accounts for what was called the sickly lar punishment, and obliged to desist. that by the torfad&al New Brunnrkk,ura'
easoh of 1831 in Tallahassee, so much lamented We then ascended tore room directly unfortunate claimed to the umber of buildings destroyed and I Injur-
'tU i lonely flower,the desert'tird; at the time. Yet,on looking to the bove- .nd there lay the ghutly ladies of These American men citizens,the txl cannot be his than cow bundled and

Wh.buried gen?, fait emblems are Bcorda of that period, (the very worst, be wo little girls, one' about twelve years old Jut the privilee'of and themselves willing (ly,and the loss'ol not,fen than t
are the floor aDd the other 4 or,.5 in Uwed trial by jury professed property ."- -
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it t; remembered, ht the annals,) I find on to submit to thing their country; '100,0001 .ti:9 [ !. -
unheardburied umber of deaths, from. let June to theist -both, murdered the same pears/ any ;


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I FOREIGN NEWS., We have !been favored with die following of ground on the Gennessce river a On witnessing tbe activity, and listeningto The ourierTIIUnS :-

( extract of a letter giving a more detailed few days since, a mound,90 feet in circumference I die din of bustling life which enliven

[From the New- York,tyun, 30ibult.J, : Account than bcii'J-et been 'published, of :QO feet in diameter, 8 feet in this city, and noticing the shops, stores,and Y.AUQU8T

The Champlain/a transient' shin, *,hid)]t I the disturbance&> anong the negroes in the height, with a piece of fiat ground about C offices which present themselves at every .

m [arrived-yesterday, brought a few Paris pa- vicinity of the lavana. rods square, in the centre, was discovered corner of the streets, it is'interesting to revert ELECTION or MBERS or TnE LtGISLt,

>ers> as fate as the 17th tilt. They however HAVANA, 27th: July, 1835. about three hundred feet from the rirer.- to 'past time, and observe the ,space TIVE CocNCit.-cording to the Act of
contain but little of interest, and nothing On making an excavation into the mound which Jacksonville occupied a few years last Legislative the
hear difficulties
Council the
When of the we
at all from Franco,worthy of notice.Enlistments you the,following discoveries were made: since. While we hear of other sections of Election Of
let it
have bad here amongst the slaves, not Members of tha Assembly will
for.Spain are represented t o J "A skeleton was.discovered with the our country rising in importance-villages take placeon
alarm you, as the affair was of no conse the second
be going on With great activity in Englandlwhile About 40 u*.emancipndos" head placed to the centre, lying on the planted and grown into cities more rapidly Mnday in October annually.

arms, ammunition and transports are quence.probably badly negroes advised,, thought they back, the bend resting on a flat stone, the than the farmer's corn or the planter's cot.. So far, as, Duv, ::bounty is concerned, the

t ; 'provided with all possihlo expedition. Ala t would sooner obtain their freedom by raising arms folded across the breast, and the feet ton crop, i is gratifying to observe that we people must jude for themselves. "We',hate
do I
,I conference Granville between the British Duke Ministeron. \Urpglie upon those who kept them and ma.sa- extending'';towards the circumference of too are borne up on the swelling wave, and nothing to say. Our' paper is 'not political,

f 'and.the Lord subject' Intervention; the it was concluded ; creing all the white people they might the'mound- large stones of' from forty to that, though we do not awake in the morn I But there are gcat'{interests;' which allare

the meet on the high road about,, three, miles eighty pout ds weight were placedon each i ing to see jnew streets of which we know concerned' antJwe doubt.not
each ;
that of the to
parties quad that
from the city. As soon as the alarm was side of th skeleton, and over these arid I not the naiies our growth, if less rapid, is every
ti treaty shall advance lho-expensesthe qj j r thing will be dole
ruple to
given the cavalry marched to the spot, led the skeleto were placed fiat stones. ,The not less cejtain.It : promote'our prosperity
interference; England that, of,arm ,, I bones is ; feature in the f as a County.
in phasing
wer state a 'growth'
[ammunition and .the raised )i thai on by Governor Tacon in person ; -oils rs a very decayed and
troops would not their form 'when' our, that the farmer and planter
were given not to spare one. They were preservfe exposed
J and
France the
country; of foreign division.legion, soon dispersed and massacred in their to thi air. Parts of three skeletons who eountf' seed in the earth with a HEALTH! IN WHIM wE T ER.--The: prevail.

Portugal also to be the invited auxiliary to assist, under Belgium the turn. Some of them made a brdtal! resistance were'discovered in about one eighth of the view 'market see another, as if by ing opinion among Certain classes, in relj.tion .

'guarantee of France and England f>r repayment ,nnd threw themselves likewild beasts whole moiiid, or the section in' which the magic, rise up ,nearer, before they mature to health inlhe} Summer season is, that

The debt tlms incurred on,the horses, and prcferrin;/to be absolutely excavation was made. their crop ind prepare it for the factor., It it is necessary t resort '110
by | some celebrated
'i Spain cut into rather than surren I. Over op i of these skeletons was placed is a featu.reltbaibegins! to light with smiles I
be the Don pieces / and drink
to liquidatedafter expulsion << place of bathe
I ? fled 26 arrow leads one'slone knife and the countenances of in this section of and in its waters
der. Others and a gold many wero a many
Carlos; by instalments. 'On the secondpoint
The of otdtradition'and
Lonl Granville l is said 'to'have beenurgent made prisoners 'About eighteen, or twenty stone clean r; also .n copper skewer of the cpuntryi nymphs history! were
)t : ftVJ81 movements and lives have ,been lost Five of which about G ,or' inches in length, about the It is estimated that more than two hundred i wont to do BO. The belles of.the present day
speedy ,
to have jn declared, ttjat the expedition should .were tvliitesf ibe\ rest negroes. This happened size of a pipe'a mil, flattened n,little,at ono thousanVTpersons annually emigrateto love the waters of6ratoga> andfBallstova-,
end, and sltfitly twisted. The stone knifeis the Western: 'States, a number BuQJviemly -
be .;sail 1.fOm England the end oh Sunday thev2th insr., at one o' and fond pmnu.-wJwjwve.iWntetoUSo-xw.
rendy to
) by '
,, clock in the Jternoon. On Tuesday the of very ine hard stone, clouded green,3or large io form an important state. It is
I of July.fu letter dated Onate, June 5tb, rency to,spare,are as fond of
a jaunt of ,
4 incl l s in breadth, and about. 7 in interesting to behold the energies 6fa Her 'leas.
I 14th, at the same 'hour and almost at the
the of Don Curios ) ,
i k ( the headquarters of the or, announ General I some:spot, ne ro slaves carry ing"water'ei- length, \ Ith a small bole in ,the middle. culean'nation thus expanding. Where the ure, as their ,discreet offspring are of a\ji is.

ces Espnrtero dispersion and the of army the Carliits i in ther insulted r threatened a sentinel who The cleqver of about the same dimensions forest, or the cane ,field, stands today, tomorrow play. It i is true that a change of,climate! af.

I to Tolosa,, where, entry they; are said to havefound was shot ilea Immediately afterwards, as the knife, :cut off square, and several will be seen the city, instinct with fects the system;: so does change of diet; K>

103,000 cat'ringes, a niece of artillery free negro woman having some property, notches:.made on one end ; a hole in the life and business. ,So accustomed have we does prosperity or. misfortune. But the idea

andother munitions of war., Deserlions and who was' ailed by .the blacks la Rey- middle. This is 'of soft slate stone. The become 'to these important changes that, that a seated and fixed 'malady, which

ago said\ 'to take place an great'num na>, was }prisoner as well as five more pipe bowl! was made of coarse-sand stone like the rising tide, they seem to come of already grasped upon the)vital functions hn
] about inch and ornamented courser .
free ; vho were found concealed in an square, rudely can
I bers from tho.Quccn's. armies to those of negroes
r I ... her competitor.' her dwelling with muskets and swords. by rubbing, notches on the upper'edge In a history of East Florida published a 'beimmediately cured by drinking water from

The .belief that a ti will take :Amongst the i there is one negrG-f om Jamaica of the bowls.' few years since, is the,following notice of any spring, is absurd. There i is an abundanceof

place.between: Donna Marin marriage and,the Duke and,at then from St. Domingo.: All these articles are of the rudest' work Jacksonville. It will be observed, that old legends and traditions in relation to

lie Nemours, ecem&toRain ground.: A let Six of the i egress who revolted on Sun manship. Even' the arrow heads are the like every thing American, theu, domestic the Dualities of water. TimannArBtitu.__ ; ;. ..At,
ter from Lisbon, dated May 29, snys that II day, were sh( at 5 o'clock, in the afternoon rudest that can bp found, and seem to havebeen name" has suffered a metamorphosis. the Aborigines and- of I 'the n --C'-- .u.u

l ppccml'' messenger; bas been despatched to 'There' ore efi many,:more tombs executed. made when the skill of'making arrow I ,f The Cowford called from the number ,' lingering'andwasting
k ..London, to ascertain whether objections [heads was yet in its infancy., Large of cattle which crossed that part of the train
will ,be,raised by"the English govenment.A *" Negros I nanclpados.1"These are 'negroes trees were found standing on the mound.", I river, where; it is more than a mile wide, cherished by them, as'well as by some tdiua-

Jre'aty"of marriage Is said to be in capture by the English from the slave comes 'next into> notice. The water, is ted pers ns.. :The' waters x>f Lake' George,
i ; progress traders who' tl cy make prisoners and bring here brackish .in dry seasons but in wet the "
I ; sheet of
between Prince Adalbertson, son of into The following Jetter was addressed by fairy water" in'the State of
the lava deliver them to
na. They tip it is drinkable. It is:
/ the King,Prussia,and the Grand Duchess the Spanish overnment on condition that the President oft/ the United States to a seasons twentyeightmiles New York, have in their history astonishing
I Mary,,eldest daughter,of the Committee of the citizens of from the bar, and serves to this day, '
{ Emperor they shall be ree after five .years residence New York, traces of enthusiasm. The Lake 'wasluppo- '
Nicholas.' } The bridegroom to bo raised to in the colony. Courier & Enquirer. by whom he waijnvited' to attend the dinner as a ferry" for the main,called the"King'sroad sed to be and from

;, the throne: of Poland, under the guaranteeof civen last week, to.Mr.. Livinpstnn'. ): .from. fort. Barrington u to St., Augustine holy- its transparency
Prussia arid RussiaJ! -- -- --- -- '"eo---''' which, with little: regulation anti, en- purity, warm believed to possess efficacy to
TExA .-It tl from the Now Or RIP |tAPS, Monday, lath July, 1835.SettYouriettcr terprize be made ''serviceable''
, In England, the lioveracjits for Spain | seems' can the cleanse the moral pollution.of the,soul. ,The
! ; t scorn. 19be the principal topic. Proposals leans papers! tbat tho recent change in the on behalf of, the, citizens public. As to soil, although sandy, it is Indian, :with his bark canoe, as he
,; f6rnipplvinj'arm! *| &c liberal terms form of the government Mexico, is like of New York, inviting me to the pub here very good..? Such is the' description its glided
!; over beautiful
surface felt
lf, as'_ to price, and credit, pour upon in, the ly to involve!our neighbors of Texas in a lic dinner which 'they.oflered to Mr. Livingston of.this place a few years since. EGIN.In that the Great t

i agent in profusion, and offers of mono upon war with St:jAhna. It is well ki'Qwn'that on the; ICth instant, having reach- I Spirit lingered, ni,its borders..

i abundant. Admit N npier Is said to have ; almost the entire population Texas consists ed Washington during my.'absence, couldnot January, 1817, Mr. Harry.Rockwelland We, in almost every'paper, see accountant

offered his services.. Col. De Lacy Evans of emigrants ,from the, Unted States. bo forwarded to this place in time for Miss Esther Niles were.united I in the throngs and multitudes assembling at watering
a'member of Parliament announced as People l who wanted more, room 1 Who nh earlier auswer ,thau the present If it bands, of matrimony, ,by the Rev., Mr. places I'of great celebrity and fame.,This

commander of expedition. Volunteers were(dissatisfied here; seeing'the.smoke had been practicable! for me to visit NewYork'this West, of East Hampton; In October, 1819, fame", is the ;

offer by.hundreds) ninon whom are of two chimney's tho',sahiib horizon,and seasqu, there could have been no business called Mr. R. to Savannah, from panacea.' The'papers in-
?, great who have carried with them occasion which it which he nounce arrived at such a time, Mr, and
numbers of officers of all grades. The in- 'all the personal on' would have been place intended to return in about '
d; a tendell' amount or tree Is, stated to ftp ]4 ht\rdihoodnnJ of all that wild spirit more pleasing; Jo do so than that set apart six months ; ,but unforeseen circumstances Mrs. W.,and daughter the, latter probably

i 'IwttaVtOU\ of JnfontoJ,Uw4w..t.*tUU.j-iw: ; l of adventure, whicjt tyHt\"e:tho character by citizens (?manifesting high'se.nse prevented his return until the 4th of the present I "in market'Teit| (we.' see..!'.the.: malls at

ono of riflemen; in- all about 12,000, men: roTlh jrfronlTer matt i ;/os being of a distinct i they entcrtain'bIMr.Livingston s ,character montl :"-having been absent 16 years; 8 the United States: Hotel on such and .such
"' 1 race. Many-again,are substantial planters, nnd ''serves.: That gentleman, in his months, aid 27 days. During his absence I ;
'Niw were
/ YORK:, August 4. who have settled (In Texas on' account of late mvwion i> France, haying fully satis Mrs. R. obtained a bill of divorce, and wasa evenings, brilliantly,thronged'MiWas ; W,
Our Pilot Boat T. II. Smith Capt. 'liarle1 the low lands fled the belle. The party meet=: dance: and
J price there, and with 'a the, exp tntion of his Government, second me married.. With her second
'' ,came up last night, (having boarded view of possessing themselves of large must derive rtculiar gratification, from<
the ship Troy, Capt. Allen, forty miles tracts.-It is said that ten thousand men reflection'th the spontaneous sentiment 12th, 183 w and ,from that to' the present rich confectionary-wine-porter-lemgtde

,from hud, which.vessel sailed,from Eng are now ready,with-anns in their hands to of his fellow itizens is equally 'favorable, sh remaned a widow. On Saturday,4th; jellies and fruits,-and when to
land 2d July._ Capt. Allen has politely favored dispute the right of the general government I and is found I on n view of his conduct inst.,, Mr. ockwell arrived in Chatham the one goes
the Editors' of the New York Daily of I\lexicoto compel them to ,any which patriot m and national policy both East Han ?ton Society, and.found her that, healing spring the next sunrise after the

Advertiser, with papers to the 2d July, course of conduct which is not agreeableto approve.I was once us wife, in the, same house in levee, be'will hear ofth'"'alarming indisposi

I \I London dates of the 1st, with later news I themselves. Confident in strength, tender to you, sir, and to the, citizens which he Wft her, in 1817; and on Thuisr tion of many, who'would have been in:good

t' ,.the from all parts of Europe. The news is 'of they are anxious for' the happening of something of New, Yor f, my thanks' for the dayafiern iKm the 9th inst.'they.were again- health,.if they had not, cast a blight byaskumaWe -

highest importance. which tn their tranquility they have'cor; erred upon me by this invitation united in die bands of '
'The Mexican matrimony, by the ,dissipation So ranch for our idea of
.celebrated Carlist c1riefZumalacor- by setting the government upon and su scribe, myself very respectfully Rev. Mr. Loper, Middle lIaddam.' ,
k ,-reguy, it will hQ seen, ,has died of his them.. 1 IhhertoTexns has taken part with ,,your bb dient servant, : [Middletown Sentinel restoring health by, travelling a.. greatdutancetiring
10th ult.
f ft t i wounds. Auxiliaries to the Queen's forces St. Anna in all his difficulties, but since ANDREW JACKSON.C.1V. out, a frail, system-merely to

-j; are pouring into.'Spain, and the Carlists the adoption of the centralisimo plan of government ., LAw :NCE, Esq.,:Mayor, &c. SEMINOM: IwDiANs-There can" be no have it said, they are on a trip to Saratoga.."

power is supposed to be'at<< an end.' On a disposition seems to have been doubt now, but that the Seminole Indians Why should the ,fact be disguised conceal
the otbEl band the principal absolute Sovereigtis manifested! towards that state much less will ed-that
; NOTICE TorMARiMERS.-Buoys having commence their emigration on the 1st more than half of the summer tray
,1 of Europe are to meet at.Troplits, favorable than that which formerly prevailed been placed to. mark out, the channel of day November:next. We have received elling invalids' display
merely to make a
:and wish|
measures may be adopted by them to in the of ;
government Mexico. In the North Jto; of the of Charleston a:letter from our respected fellow citi-
support? the claim of the Prince deed there seems of their JOoney and clothes.. They would
Spanish scarcely to haven been S. C. the fpll, wing direction must bo ob- zeu. Col., James Gadsderi in which be
.Lontipon Tire money market had become firm in any government,at all in Texas for some ser-edin, run ing for,the,same:-:-' says, that he met at the Rip Rang:with the enjoy better health;if they lived temperately

i at good and the demand' for cotton steady, years past. They have generally 'chosen_ In standin in to make'the outer nu President;; and at the fame, time, with a and quietly at home- with a regular,diet of
prices.- _
their v
own officers civil and '
;w.. It was supposed Air. John Cobbett would I i when others, have, been, military, and ((painted redc) "'ft'the Bar, bring Fort Moul- Messenger from the Seminole''Agency, wholesome provisions, than they' would in
their with
appointed letters
trie the S\ end on the subject of some of the the sumptuous dining of places
.offer himself to represent OKlhatn,vacant authority has been disregarded on Sullivan's Island! to difficulties rooms; public
}Jby the death of his.father, Mr.\ F.O'Con.ncr Texas 1 ia, by a broad belt uninhabited Separatedas bear N Why' W.| until the are up with that the 'interposing to'ihe execution of of resort, or the c dazzling brilliancy'of splendid

I and Mr. A. Yates,are also spoken oft country, it would be scarcely possible for die Buoy, on tho ilge of Bar. 'The'rnidinted all difficulties Payne's had been Landing--and removed= that cotillion room. An invalid' wants quietThe
Buoy, ( white bear by the
an invading army,to approach them'', and outer pa ) from the representations'roade'by him.. Col.Gads dress should conform to the complaint,
(, TBOM no army that could besent them h BuoyNW. by W. In 'crossing the den and not to times
TEXAS. against the a
New Orleans papers, up, liar you must Keep tho middle Buoy,which was Commissioner on,the part of company. Regular set
would AL''rL' -
long hold ''
' to the.13th iristi, vriero' received, yesterday I out'against such a pop is the second Buoy, on with the SW ue united totates:: who executed the treaty and ceremonies"'should d be out of the queelion. .
lation. The
result of -
{ :by the iteamcr'Villiam Gibbons. They the present state of of Fort Moultrie until at Payne's Landing,with the'Indians Exercise and social intercourse (II
'contain some further intelligence from Texas things, will be,'looked for with much interest you are up with ,
"I and it, then'haul up for the inner (painted occasion requires) are worth than barrel
by which it Boxiety.-Pensacola[ Gazette. more
appears that the Us States black) which bean.W by N half N from AND"PROy ENCE RAILROAD.
-revenue cutter lug r nm, on'the, 15th June, the middle Buoy, which lies the Inner This great work 8'at length completed. of Congress water, and hundreds of

had a slight affuir with' the armed 7schoonlrvlf ..:, Brig General Santa_ Anna, at New Orleans edge of the Bar; when up with on the inner On the morning of the 29th ult. a train of. quadrilles arid waltzes.. ..
{erllavt.. '
"aana,nMdt h sel; : / lt,. i3tli ult; rrborw ,nat the United Buoy; 'then-steer W oy N for the Main care went the whole distance (f miles) Andrew' I te--Di I tric&
merebered, plratically seized.the American States revenue cutter loghain had' fallen Ship Channel. jn an hour and forty-:fiveminutei Ie is DunUp, Esq. ,I

, !!'schooner Martoaj\ ;'and her passengers. The in with the Mexican armed schoonerjtlontezutnn There is a ridge between the outer and stated that' the ,receipts, are about eight for the' f State:of Massachusetts, recently

'Montezuma tho fire first fired at the Wham, and and fired a few shots at her, but middle Buoys that extends across:the hundred dollars day for passengers only, died at Salem, aged thirty-nine 'years.. ,He

# tezuma being promptly returned, theMon- being at too great a distance from her to channel, with not more than, about seven and it is calculated that they will l 00' great. was an ornament to his, profession and .on*

hauled wind' and gave chase, both take effect was unable to bring her'to, feet water upon it. ut low water, at high ;Jy increased by the transportation of mer of the most eloquent and promisingmen" ia

firing intervals, tlia distance varying when the Montezuma taking advantage ofa water from twelve to fourteen feet. chandise, which i4 shortly to commence. that lection and of to-
.about 8 1-2 miles,, At half ; m the private walks
past seven the flaw of wind into
ran the port of Brns- Between the middle and inner
JiloQtqzuma hoisted her flag,and lengthen- sos, and the Ingham stood out to sea. The there is eleven feet water by keeping Buoys ,SIMPLE REMEDY_The following recipe ciety, universally esteemed and respected.
4d her.:distance. The chase continued till I I.nQOu" Santa Anna very for the cure of the,
Gen'} the dysentary
spoke in lat. 2420, long. near Nonh chain of breakers. is so simple
( :,w en tbe.Montezuma run among 87, schr Ilitty Tom, 24 days hence for New By order of the Collector. that there can be no harm don ifit don't Among other articles of foreign news, tea
.Ue breakers on the bar of Brassoria, and York, captain very sick. THOMAS R.JERVEr_ Keeper,Ace. cure-A table spoonful of vinegar, and a notice the death of Charles Matthewi, the
.not into port. The passengers of tile Martha a teaspoonful of salt, ,mixed with comedian, aged fifty-nine, Hi di l.
Custom House Charleston a gill of years.
who have been imprisoned at Brasso.xiswere The- -United- States- Revenue Cutter Ing.: ( )- July- 13.1835.. warm water. If relief be not afrnht,1.. ;.r ease was ossification of the heart;,
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which The; above liberated on the fame day on bam arrived at S. W. Pass on the llth '\\e are informed that the U. S. frigate dose ten or has fifteen minutes, a repetition of the The celebrated member of the British Parliament
occurred. ult. from been
a cruize of eight weeks in ''the in
Constitution now ding in every instance William the 18th
1r I my of Mexico. She confirms our waters,says in which it has been tried. Cobbett. died on
'TUB WBAW reportof the New York Gazette, is ordered, June last
TRADE. Sixty-four r A met the brig Gen. Sania Anna iu relation to sail aged 73 year
to for the Mediterranean\
scan whale ships have touched at St.Helena the between this and Boor arw LYmf
supposed piratical schr. ,
during the first Montezuma, the 20th hist On her joining the mated MAss-It is ee= The contest ia for Governorgoes
five squad. Pennsylvania
months of the current and further adds, that the M. not only tbe that not less than two million
year.: The aggregate of oil which over the Brasses St. Jago bar where there ron, Delaware, Com. Patterson, will ofBhoea were made at this place piers on bravely, and the struggle wilne'
return to the U. States during
vessels had on board amounted to was scant ,water, but also ran amongst the ... the last year-givingemploypient to hard,one. The candidates are the present
eighty-one thousand eight hundred and breakers where it will be tour thousand nearly incuMbent' and>
barrels difficult for her To rawest M O'sQCJTOElAttach persons (Got. Wolf Muhlenburg,
thirty right whale ; thirteen thou. to get out. The American a
Joseph Ritner.
seamen imprisoned of flannel (
sand piece or tponge to thread
and a made
fifly-fiv J barrels Robert
sperm j and five at Vera Crux and J. Walker, Esq has
Campeachy, were fast to the of the been nominated ,
hung Iud day the of Steamer .
Ingham arrived with' Florida will from
bone sponge camphorated Aliaaissippi, tQ ,
-most of spirits,and the the
which arrived home. off St.!! ,, seat vacated by the non.
.gobar. >- Mr. discontinue
Poindex- her SL.aaaah
: '.-** musquetoea will l leave the room. l tv ter. *; ; *,,, regular tripe from
i i ':J ,
lt. to
S Ihis'pUce and FicoUU,until October nertI -

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Great exciternenY exists in Mississippi, i inconsequence NEW STORE. .I
fan apprehended 1 insurrection Subscriber has WE are authorised to announce the name RAIL ROAD NOTIChd.aar I .. V.
TilE just returned from COL. JO//.V WARREN, as a Can JACKSONVILLE I'
- I of the slaves. Many whites, suspected' of York, with a, didate to represent the County of Duval, in AND TALLAHASSEE STAGE. I'! 'j

tiding and promoting the troubles,have been GENERAL .ASSORTMENT OF DRY the next Legislative Council for this Terri. i

,. I hung without Judge or jury. GOODS, GROCERIES, 4'(. torJ' May 21. II 1

We extract the following from the Alex ,And respectfully solicits the,patronage of his friends of ROBERT B1GELOU THE undersigned Commissioners give no- I

heor sIf I andria Gazette:-" We. hive further par. former friends and customers. propose him as a Candidate to represent that pursuant to the Act entitled TilE Public are Informed that a line of.
Act mend
County of Duval in the incorporate the Terd
in next Legislative Barouches will between J
Ife oculars of the late doings Mississipgi.- Jacksonville, Aug. 20. 4w31 Council. June FLORIDA PENINSULA Ann JACKSONVILLE RAIL Tallahassee and run "

We have been politely favored. with a letter 4i ROAD. ,"aporoved February,18.15, plaoe every Monday.Jacksonville' ,to' leave'; this ,

- from a highly respectable gentleman, now in FOR SALE. THE friends of SAMUEL EIGLES, by that the'' Books will be again opened at Jack.sonville CTForty pounda,baggage will b. allowed, ;
h. the I
of I
h.r. I Mississippi, to,his brother ir this town, from A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION, pleasantly consent, announce him as a Candi. the 4th, at store of and D. Hart, Bay-street, to each passenger,and for any greater.weight, "
s situated and date to the on day May, continue open one cent
healthy/on the St. represent County of Duvall in the per pound will be charged for
| which we make the following extract: Johns' river; in Duval county, Florida four next Legislative Council for the Territory of until the 1st day of August next to receive ten miles. every

11.rt MISSISSIPPI Sf Rises, July 7, 1835. miles above the growing town if Jackson.yule ; Florida. August into subscriptions execution.By for. stock to carry said Rail Road QTFar' through, each wart$25.

rtry I' I have not roonv.to' give you such an account ,, containing boo acres, of whch one half JAMES lu. HARRIS l '
as I wish...in ,relation to the l great excitement ((250: acres) is good planting land, in a compact itR.. HENRY IIARTLY announces him. the 8th Section of amendatory Act: Jacksonville, Jan. 14. 3tf, A
t1II. body, and under fence. It has a good LYi self as a Candidate to represent the the subscribers for stock heretofore, taken, .r
in this country, produced by a Dwelling House,with all the other necessary County of Duval, in the nextLegislative have a prior right to subscribe for the same CONVEYANCE FROM

threatened insurrection of the negroes.; buildings required on a, Planlau'jn., Those Council for this Territory. amount of Stock'on the N Books. JACKSONVILLE TO ST..AUGUSTINE.

. Many white persons have been, suspected of who Wish to purchase, can call on JOSIAI Mandarin, June 20. ISAIAH D. HART,
GATES, who is on the 'place ud'will aid JAMES DELL,
''a. giving encouragement to it-some taken up; them in an examination of the premises.- TO THE CITIZENS OF DUVAL W. J. ..MILLSSTEPJ1Ell" ,

others pursued--those taken up have in.'varibly : They: will have a view 'of the present crop, COUNTY.UNDERSTANDING EDDY.JOS.D.MXC.1STER.

'Ii Ltd been hung after a hasty examination by and from him,or the subscriber at St. Mary's, that in Subscriber will
reports Barouchv
are TiE{ run good
: them Georgia, may obtain the terms ofsale.. Jacksonville, March 31, 1835. It
good Horses
those apprehended ; no more ceremony WHIFFLE my appointment as from Jacksonville to'
3.rt is used Lighthouse Keeper will intertre: with St. Augustine, once a week ; to leave this
usually my
hanging '
rt1 : upon. Aug. 17: 4w31 duties representative of thi Countv.lIelected NOTICE place,every, Monday, mornlnir.:and ...;VA in !i {
\ dog for killing'! sheep is extended, them- and that I should not (probably) get i IS hereby given that the Books for reeeiv. St. Augustine on the evening of th* same day..,

1; The hasjaeetfExecuted.) 11&made, .. ,,.. $60RANAWATT'from; : the necessary leave of absence: to attend to ing RubscriptionVto the tapital stock of the Returning l leave, Bt. Anffu.tin.'0111
7I. a confession'which*ha.'i>eeiTof' infinite service tVe subscriber Legislative duties,-I"beg (OSIto my old "SOUTHERA" UFE. .INSrII.UCE..8.ND.. Wednesday morning, arid) arrive' if this place ,
t.So 'concerned irf it and about two montus since, friends, for whose, past and present confi. TRUST COMPANY," will be opened? at the on the same ray; "' p-*- V !
in n of
: his two negro fellows George dence in me, I entertain the mod profound office of Thomas Douglas Esq. In the Cityof CTFortpounds baggage; ''will be allowed' ,
3. making preparations! to meet the meditated u and 'John. George, a"South consideration, that if again! elected\ I will St. Augustine, on the second day of No- to each passenger,and for ay greater weight, f.

,' a.ttackA.. great' number of negroes hav Carolinian born, is about 40( serve them; and every thing in' try power vember next, at 10 o'clock; A. M, and will one cent per pound will tecAarged (bravery I
old of shall be done for their"welfare.- for be from time time ten miles. < *vT
and them years the middle Vize, the kept open to by adjourn.
< been hung, they are hanging I
0I daily. ,_ well built, he stammer so purpose of attending the Legislative Coun- ment, until the whole of the stock shall be ttTFare:: each.way. >: .
' So {a.rt'no attack has been'made by them, much that at times it is difficult cil leave 'cannot be obtained from the'proper' subscribed ; not ,thirty days. III,, U. PHILIPS.. L
l' ,and it is, to be hoped that the vigilance of the to understand what he says. authority to be absent, (which I do not anticipate 't LOT CLARK Jacksonville, Feb. 3.; Ctf \ I f r

11 whites will deter them for some time at least John; an African born, is about '28 year ) I will resign my appointment as Light ROBERT RA Yl\IOND REID,
old, middle size,stout, fatand ofa very black house Keeper. THOMAS DOUGLAS. NOTICE /TO ,TRAVELLERS. :: j ,
I have witnessed, great distress. among the complexion. Both jobbing ,Those Your fellow citizen Conmis ioneu.
'IIe women in the villages: The women and two;; negroes are probably lurking in the \ ,JOHN WARREN. June 3d, 1835. 23. -

o children are stowed away in the largest house neighborhood Whitesville,on Black: Creek, .'H t i
, Duval County, E. F., where they have their LIST OF LETTERS, NOTICE.,
r the 'affords and the
plac every night, men, wives. George af Mr. S.Y., Garey's and John in the Pos( Office at Jack T>Y'An act passed by the Legislative CounJL THERE will be a regular conveyance for' tl{ ,
with is
d I town. It
arms, guard amusing to at Mr. Brown ,
s. week from St. '
> once '
IL County, on the 30th cil of this Territory, at lU last'sessionand Mary' \ 1
I seethe men assorting their wives and children The above reward will be paid by Mr June' 1835-and if not taken %out in three approved by 'the ,Governor, Feb. 14th, Geo., by Pablo to St. Augustine; to leave St. P f

every morning. They have had me Francis Gue, Merchant in St. Augustine- months, they will be sent to the General Post 1835, the Subscriber. were appointed Com. Mary's every W.dnlldaYIot4l: o clock, P.M, '
duty all night without allowing me to thirty dollars on the;delivery in the jail of Office as Dead Letters.A missioners to open, Books ant receive subscription .' and arrive at Pablo next I upon said city of each of said negroes ; besides the M { for the stock of a Bank to be loca. Persons, who wish to'avoid a night exposure -'
r sleep a'winkt'The reasonable expenses'incurred to bring them James Arnow James Z. Mattair, ted In this Town; to'be called THE DANK on the! water,will find} very comfortable, +!.

,, there, or on the,delivery to the'person sent Magdalean Arnow, Margaret Mattair, OF JACKSOJWILfJ accommodations at Fernandina, at Mr. A. J
New; York Star, to show the extreme to receive them at any place where they may Edward. S. Aldrich.. ArJiur \IcClusky, DlasVand ca'n lent Farnandina the ni tt' .f
In pursuance of which, tin Subscribers morning and. arrive at Pablo the some day. -, '
B .
be secured'with the information Thomas
I cold in the latitude where the .celebrated proper given McIntyre, give notice that the Looks for Sub leave Pablo ,
hereby They
can Jo'ridaY1norning
to lhat..efFect to the said Francis Gue. Dr.EgbutS.Barrows William Me Whir
I Capt. Ross, and his party were exploring, remarks ; .-- M. DEFOUGERES.St. William 11. Burritt. d Mt Mo'tt.William scription for'the stock ia said Bank, will be at 4 o'clock, and arrive at Augustine at U,' t

as'' follows, ;:;" On one" occasion during Augustine, July, 1st, 1833. 2w2'J! W. J. Burritt, N opened in:this Town, at the Counting-Room P.M. same day : leave St. Augustine every I 1
of Messrs. Blanchard & Rider, corner ,of Sunday and arrive at Pablo
Captain ROBS' detention in the northern John P. Brown, G. Newell same day.
Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock A. M. St "
NOTICE. Elijah Butch, William' Norton Passengers wishing to visit Auguitlnc f)
regions, they fired a ball of'frozen mercury John F. Brown on the fourth day of May next. will be accommodated on reasonable terms. !

through an inch plank ;;,and on another they] CLERK'S: OFFICE-DuVAL COUNTY, ) Samuel Blair. AltnY.jNicholl.' 0 w." j. MILLS, Fare from St. Mary's by Pablo to St.. Augus,
.Jacksonville, August 3d, 1835. ) WILLIAM RIDER. Una. : From
froze oil of.almonds in a shot mould at minus E Ruisell Ormand $5. St. Augustine to Pablo fU.-
,4" LL persons having 'any deeds or other J. Eubank. W STEPHEN EDDY, There is ', aoa safe boat which will run; l
S. Olmsted
4 ;
forty 'degrees, and fired it,against a target', -TJL, instruments of writing to be1' recorded, F P ISAIAH D. HART. once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville j 'ldJ, .

which it split! ; boun ipgunboken/' will please leave the money for recording thQnmn < Cornelia C. Fitzpat- James Piles Commissioner*. I will depart and arrive so as to meet the moil ,
nliiv.nfhprwnsft' the rlporli! nr other, in. rick Jacksonville, E. F. April 2d,1835. boat on 'its return' from St. 'Mary's and the
'" ;
George Pindarvis I
Jo Smith, ,;who, hadbeeri:; rried several strumehts will not be placed upon;; record until 1 J. B. Fisher.Maria' Mary Price ", stage as it arrives from St. Aogustin 'Ftr- I

years without\ having any pledge of his love, the fees.is.paid. G hoary Pagett., $ OOO REWARD., from Pablo to Jacksonville $2. All tire to' i

found himself'one morning the parent of a Persons having papers of any kind already Greenleaf, V"ThtmuRidgley WHEREAS, 'the Vault of the Bank of be paid at Pablo. C..TAYLOR.
reqordedwill! please call andP< fbr.them, Alexander Graham. 2 this city( has been forced urThe: Mall boat will Uivs Pablo for fit.
Uncrtioy: fle rose''eartyJm4"went' for'his as the work is done, and'l.wantmf I: pay, It'.S: '. ure'la.1l tvl.IroJt 11.-.be..w..A-r p..., )t..7I..r..y T-.I.,............... ears! Tho"..' I
morning dram, and while i warming himself JSAIAIID. JIAR1; Clerk. Isaiah,D.Hart.' '6 M.; E: Blunders, THOUSAND DOLLARS will be paid fOl1)roorto day The stage leaves Pablo every Friday
conviction of the Robber and of the for St. Augustine and returns on the: .
to his remarked to the J" 'Lucy Shearmon recovery
heighten, Joy, a wag Jacksonville, Aug. 3. 29tP t
Robert Jones amount. The public are hereby cautioned Sunday "Cra3,
S. Stre.ter ,
the ,
bar-keeper"Tom' ,have heard 'of )
you Thomas J. Jones April frmrez. :'receiving any of the Bill of this
'misfortune'which'Just happened tq .Jo's, R. B. GREGORY, Elizabeth Jinkins. V Ranch, and of tue Mother Bank, in which i. DRY GOODS, GROOEnIES-\\V. I

child?, No I hav'nt." "Well, he's got Attorney and Counsellor at LAW. K Thoma Vermilya., the principal amount I08$. Holders of Bills WIIOLIIALK tan RETAIL \ '

a rascal.for1 a father.." HAS opened an office in'Jacksonville, for John Kimmey.,. W will please present them without delay- SublCriberak..peon.tantlionl1and i
practice of the Law, in tie"several L 'AndredVelch, such as they hare, as the old omission will be TilE offer for sal term I
on as good M
Courts of Duval and of the' adjoiiing coun Bourbon'L. Lowther. 'Georg.'yakeman.ISAIAH called in. Th amount rni.llingcoIJli.ts of:- '
Goon BUSINESS.-:Two negroes' living in Bill payable Principal( Bank i they can be had at any store in Florida, 'the) 1

town/ ,meeting one day,Cuffee says,to Sam ties..He pledges himself, that'an busineis entrusted D..1URT, P. M. In $100 bills, $15,000do following articles! vli : ; \ ;
bo?, "where you'lib now?" "0, I don't to his care, shall receive'' prompt and- MAIL ARRANGENENTSlONROUTE r.o" 17,000do i ,
diligent attention. 20" 20,000do Broadcloths, Casslnieres, Sat n.ttt, and
know, I hardly lib no place at all, I stay in Jacksonville July, 29tf N6. in. 1,2,'3, 5 and $lObills, 14,000; Negro Cloths, redand whit Flannel'
'de town." What'd you' do now?" :>'O, Ida VIA PABLO. bleached, brown, check stripe and plaid;

tanner and currier; not.de:'zactly tanner ':NOTICE Leave St Marys every Wednesday:,at2 P.M. GG,000 Homespuns, Calicoes,, &mbrica,, Mualinrl,
Bills payable at Savannah Branch, Silks Gloves HoiMry Ac. &.. :
and Arrive at Pablo every.Thursdty, by 7 P. M. ,
currier neder but I lime de skin.- subscriber .
having been appointed mostly.lO's and 20' 17GOOIt '
THE Leave Pablo Friday at 3 A.M. IIARD'V ARE.
"Well Cuffee," Sambo, "what'd you trator on the Estate of ELI SIM every payable at MilledgeTille. 1,423 -
says Arrive at St. Augustine same my,by G P. M. Brtaiadcommon
HIDDEN deceased all bank }N Cooking, parlor,and box Stoves,
ido? d, l'd shoemaker, not 'za tly de hereby requests Leave SL Augustine MorolY at G A.M. Phojnix: ; York,
every and'
: fir Betas Candlar
persons. areindebted, to .said Estate, tomake in $100 bills 15,000 Limps
shoemaker noder, I, black de, shoe for'de immediate paymenU-and all persons Arrive at Pablo same day by GP, M.\ > various 255 Sticks, Percussion Caps., Guns,Abroad and ,

gemman." who have any claims on ,the Estate, are requested Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A. M. ,__, V 1,755Marine' narrow Axes Adze., lUtcheU, 'hlammsn'Augers
Arrive at St. Marys next day bl 11 A. M Shovels Door 'Butt .nd !
to present them for settlement. and Fire Insurance Bank, JJ3Planten' ,
MICHIGAN.-The Governor of that WILLIAM RIDER fidmkr.; : Bank Savannah Screws,&0. &C. :' <
re ting Leave St Marys every Saturdir at 2 P. M.Arrive ., 5,175
Territory has convened the Legislative Council Jacksonville,July2. 3w27 at Jacksonville next day by C P. M. State Bank, 1,120 FURNITURE.

to take. into c consideration ,the existing Leave Jacksonville everyMoiuayat5 A.M. Specie., Quarter-Half Eagles r, ; 1,000 Sofia, and Couches, work, card),t Ue' tad '
difficulties with the ..tate'of Ohio. I STORE -TO LET.TIIE fc I Arrive at St. Augustine same day by 6 P, M. 6,000 dining Table, Waahstands, Looking Glassss .
!. STORE at MISDAHIN re- Leave St. Augustine every Thursday, at I 5 Mexican Dollars,'' 1,000 Bedsteads, &c.j&t .-, ;' ',
OHIO : OARAoAra.-The- commissioners 'occupied by E. A, Co- A. M. Silver; Change, :300 ,GROCERIES tilt PIIOV18IONS., ,
AND A liberal reward for portIon.'Apply V 1. I
or plenipotentiaries of Ohio to Washington DEN, Esq. will be rented on fair Arrive at Jacbonville'lame day by G P. M. ] to RALPH KING, Coffee, Tea, loaf and browa Sugar, Bottle I 1
have.returned. The Presi ent refu- teems.It is a good stand' for business, and Leave Jacksonville every Friday, at I 5 A. M. President of,the Branch Bank of Darien. Cider,Champaign*, CUrU, Port tad Sherry
umsessian can be immediately. Arrive ,At St Marys next day Ij I P. Mr Oil '
Wines' Lsm Toba '
lei to appoint commissioners to be associated Spices, Soap co. .
; READ' CROSS ROUTE-VIA ST. JOIJf.! Bturr. Savannah,June,7, 1835. filet bread. 'B.eand.
with them, but contents to Ohio running the Apply to C. pear the premises.Mandarin Flour, Rice} Corn. :
boundary'line on her authority, and annals 29tf Leave Pablo every Friday, at S A. Pork Codfish, Mackerel,PiltFl.]i Pot&io'
own August 3,1835. )
'Arrive at Jacksonville Mine day br 12 M. FOR SALE. kc.'v., ., .
and Cheese &
all the undertaken Butter .0. {
prosecutions &e. by ,
Michigan under her act of Feb.,12,1833. .. NOTIOP.. ._ Leave Jacksonville same day;at 1'. M. TWQ Copper Stin.;n.rlr new; one eon. -ALfilO "It; ; .
---- Arrive'at: Pablo_same. darby.Pjl._ ... two hundred fslloni, with a Drun. Medicios., and 'PiinU.-Alvarialr. !
persons having demands against the' ISAIAH U. IIA/li, r. W. beater of the c.pactlfthe; other con .
T-& -" -nj: \rivnypek lot of cotton,convprising ALL tat* of Mrs. CLEJMXTVfE GAV Jacksonville July of Crocker/ and, Glut \>are. Books ends
6000 bales,' changed hands'at New 31st:1833.J';: taming filly gallons, which will b4t di.pottdof gUifoHMjr, lugs-M...ifa Orleans on the 6th, the'amount of the bill of TIER; dec. will present indebted them properly!said: attelted"andall at terms adranUjreous.fc,> the purchaser.For .. Drab, anJ Black Hat*( Capti;,Bex>U and ;;

which was nearly half a million of dollars:- persons to ;Eetate1will NOTICE. further jrtieolan inquire of O. BtroSCTOIT Sboe.-logathar with ,jari9t7.pf):(.4h'r pr.3 ,
This. it believed, (sayl'the Bulletin,) is make immediate parrient. td ALL persons are cautioned against taking J>q..W ltevWe,01 at tbU office. tieles. }
X W. B. ROSS. of hand drawn in faro;of Isaiah '
the largest single transaction even! here reeorded ,Jackaonyihe, .Dar 8. \ .
on the arrivals of cotton operations Jacksonville, July 25,. 1KJ5. 20tfNOTICJC. D. Hart, for one hundred tad five dollars date, J I ..Jack !lYUl't1aD.JJ.. ,, .", ., I
i payable thirty days after date, bearing
OCtober eighteenth, one thousand eight hundred IJ"\ N. fiC sh paid tot Cotton, Hld f;>
DEATHS.At and thirty-four, and lifned by Elijah R. persona indebted ,to the subscribers, Horps Tallow Peer Bkin)'f QJ T"-*.' i.svrmi.......
= I WILL hold a MagiltJ tel Court at the Tucker and Thomaa Suarfl, u I intend by not or book, account, are requested )2_, Orange re.1, &e. .
8t Johns' Bar, on the 18th inst Mr. Courthouse in Jacksonville, on the Second never to said Note.THOMAS. to settle the ,wni* without delay) r 9. .a. i}
John Lenman, a native of Sweden, but for Saturday in each monk: at 10 o'clock;A. pay SUAREZ and! no credit will be linn at their' storealter .. -11 i

many yean a resident in this country, aged M. In my absence, business 'left with Jacksonville, July 1833. 2w27 the let of February WANTED. 7" T:_". L
40 years. O. M. Dorman Esq., will be punctually attended ; BLANCHARD & RIDER. ftmilf good Waul, who ua-gf

!!:' to. 8.SIR EETER., -ITfELL'Tiow Mr.Tb.rn=*. well try it- j.cksonvlU., January 24th,133.' : fitf Inderstand: eookln'. -hr tech:< ea i tMt'
,MARINE 'JOURNAL. ,Justice. of the Peace. V V the longest stick nkks down the sim- hibelwa,.. will be ,fiv iif If .pplic.tlonj!

June 17 25 mon.. ID. HART. NOTICE. i h made Immediately.Inquire .7'
'oaT Or 'Ji.CK$0fVU. _AUGUST 20. Jacksonville, Aug. 6!1sORANGE 20tf .ubleriWrwill bold Justice's Court at dale offi<:*.= .w
CABINET FURNITURE WARE; T at the Off,c.of, 0. :&1. Dorman, EMJ. ia July 3. gtf ju

ARRIVED-14th.-schr Ariel,Helmei; fm HOUSE. 'STICKS, Jaeksonrille, on the last Saturday fo each FIELD HANIMi WANTD;' "
BL Augustine. b for Pne Hundred Or month. In, my ahMaee, bu.inew left
III. CQOKE, No. 100, Broadway, will paid! any
16th.-steuner Florida, Hubbard,from St. JAMES York, offers for tale every kind and GASH' Sticks, of yaricus sizes, on delivery Ir.' Dorman, will be punctualj! atttoddtof TWELVE Dollar amonth (wtn'M Hellds,.tIt".
Mary'a.Brig: of,Sofa*-Sideboards-Secretarie- at this office, immeduUr., March S.BLANKS ,STEPtoEDDY ,for five orals food jWf ,..
Pete. Doilars' for Good "
and Fifteen ,
Iko- Jutie of the .
Weston from New York itA.
? ,;pasBf Book Case-rTable of all descriptions JO 111 +;
k e-r )Ir. A. Waterman. s? Chairs of every quality-High post and of all dewapUoM PrinUd ,,at June 3. !l3d: J1y'A aJ
19th. eteamer Florida, Hubbard. from St. French Bedsteads Mahogany and Maple- I at ibor:notice.;. I
Hary'a. lair and MOM Mattraases-'Feather Beds-- Also, Job Work in i handsome, style, DR. CHARLES JIOVT off. bU f4TODART,4 CURIEE,. a
BeJar Stratton from New York reasonable .Mtonal ervke to the inhabitants .
Felicity, Looking Glaaes-Citpetrand a full assortment and on Urau. j.
Pia SL'Augastine. of every thing necessary to furnish .; Justice BUak -P. o-' ul* of La* ot Jacksonville and of this section of Florida, LITUOORAFHEJtS.> X.OGu'JUc..1..andEaqAvtas, i
CLEARED-irth-tieamer Florid* Hub- a house. ing-ManifesU. .A<;, constantly for.Mle at u a Surge.A f4 Plyiitbm.Jacktonrille I m" .
: .
bard Jal .,23 1833. 5tf No. I WaJl..tr..tN.wT.-..
for St, Muy's. 'H; i *t** "W< '. April 11. 3w15 this office. .. .,
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toes, it might puzzle one at.n first glance totell DRY -.GOODS, GROCERIES, &fJ/ ; '
hand" and offers pu'rchastl
Subscriber has on !
:. . .l1iISC' t i _.,L. 'A'tNEa.US4' '. which wes the front or back.part. The THE sale, on reasonabletermsthe follow- Editor and proprietor Mr..John 'from D. its i alt

A MOTHER'S LOVE. tnnsteirafter looking 'at hIS. feet 'procured, ing Articles, viz ri: solicits the support of the friends or AjmcH1 Mmifc:

Happy is hft'who mows( a mother's love. him a stout pair of brogans, with a piece of DRY GOODS.' ,.: / ture, and of the interests connected with it

: stitched the'node''part Broadcloths Saltinetts Negro Clothe the Southern States. ,
WIUT is 80 PORE?' The patriot expects solo leather upon throughout He has
and : CAPT. JIUJ1BARD., work for.Mr.
yellow .bleached
white and Flannels, Legare from
fame the friend sympathy, and the' for a fitiff ner., No sooner had the black' week from Savannah commencement, in the 1828 it.
% brown Check, striped and plaid 'tX7ILL run once a .year and he '
lover pleasure.' : vcn religion white she tried them on than he told his master;that Calicoes, Silks, Gloves, Linens, Imported VV to Picolata, touching at arien",St.Mary's thus practically acquainted with,ihe mode ,II

i : : Jooks forwardto him. The master, after passing Ginghams, Cambrics, Silk Hdk'fs. .Bomba- Jacksonville and Mandarm. whichit should ice condueted. Its publics iq
waters her faith with tears, they,pained, ,
&c. R.\W. KING, tion continued on the
settee Burlaps same
; ,
Oznaburgsj termgaj
.die,"'best> 'ofher'. labors and her love.' But his hand round; them and finding'that HARD WARE. ANDCUTLERY.Lamps ,Agents Savannah.: in the same manner as i heretofore with ?

riJatcr affection springs from ;the breastuninvoked their size was ample,replied, "why Pomp, Candlesticks, Guns, Axes, Adzes; Freight payable by sl ppers. :All slave improvements As the subscriber as his is experience solicitous may stwJrt.

by tho wand of hope, unadulterated I. they ,cannot pinch,you, they're plenty patent Augurs, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, passengers must be cleared at the Custom- Journal the,vehicle for dissemminating to make to.

,!' Jij,'the touch of interest. Its objects large."' Whereupon the pride wounded Butts Screws Brass Knobs Hoes,Sad Closet-Irons, Conveyances I j for St. ..Augustine' in. readinese information, not only with regard to useful esUL!

are the weak and woeful., ,It haunts negro.laid his hand upon his breast-, and Brass Pad-Till-chest-Trunk-Gun port pad-Knob and Mortice 7 Locks, at Picdata. lished systems efforts ia of husbandry,'but also experimental !
, E?' the cradle of.infantile pain, or hovers, near looked up into hiS master's face and said, Knob Latches, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steel- July 1,1835. lure,1 he invites free and unrestricted'comma and Horticu

the couch of the faint and forsaken. Its.sweetest they PCM me right in here, massa!"" yards, Bed Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges, nicatipn from all'J persons,o cupied in the

; & sri111 1 'bfcak' through, the clouds, 1 Cork Screws!,, Hand and cross cut Saws, 'MACONSTEAMBOATj. pursuits. Let no, one imagine that solitary
Plated Table
Knives and Forks Brittania-
WELL DONE, ioooD. ,RESOLUTION !-A j P jCO.MP.ANY. facts or isolated experiments are too trivial
,of misfortune.and, its gentlest tones arise and Tea Spoons, Iron Squares, Pocket Com- be communicatssd. ,All systematic to

and the sighs of Buffering and ,of sorrow. man,wbo,was in' ,tho'daily habit of passing passesDrawing ,.Knives, Braces, ,Socket edge is but the aggregate of humble particulars know)

, :I 'Jqs a ,Ji pid.and lovely,, flow of feeling a grog-shop at last got ,into tho habit of Chisels&c| n ; and Science, in every department, u-

fountain head ofpurity every day calling .for ,a dram' This lie GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.. brought to perfection,not through the instrn.

which gushes from the done regularly until being in great hurryhe Coffee, Tea, Loaf and Brown Sugars above take this method of mentality of single; exrraor inary mind,but
,j and courses the. :heart through scliah Champoigne, Maderia.-Claret-Port and THE company the public that they have by the contribution of :particulars by'man*
.attempted to,;pass without his accustomed Winee N. E. Rum American individuals, and generally after the
designs and,sordid passions immingUng Malaga Spices, purchased two :Steamboats,;'the, MACON lapse of
t Y" dose ; but ,on, coining to the placeho Gin, Holland Gin, Brandy SoapTabaccd and EXCEL Which boats are to run regu- many years, he Is desirous! ', therefore, to hate
and unsullied., Rice Pilot Bread Butter { as many facts to record as can be furnished-
: Flour Com ,
WHAT iito: jrinm. ? Tuno n4. nisfcr-; found the attraction'so' strong that it Crackers, Beef, Pork, Codfish; Mackerel, laxly Darien,between oitee and with Macon two tow, leaving boats. and from the planter,who is systematic m
hatred and staggered him as it had often done before. Butter, Lar4,. Cheese, Figs, Almonds, ,Raisons -. ; inches of his experimental labors,i an account of hit
and persecution, The ste boats will drawxnly
tune, penury failures well his
R What said ire u can't I go.by I'll Appp, Hams, Bologna Sausages, The as n successful efforts will
dark, successively see, water with two good'engine in each. be !
4' infamy, may roll their waves Onions, &l. i acceptable. If the last are worthy of beinf
I I over it ind still it smiles unchang and be held:his hand over his mouth, and &c.ALSO- company have been at great expense to place and recorded that they may be imitated, the first
of steamboats the ,
; this line in Ocmulgee
of fortune went 'ahead''knd shot,by .Well done, Drugs and 'Medicines, Paints, Crockery solicit should' be noted in order.to be shunned.
allurements riverswould
cd ;, or the more: potent Ware Powder and Shot Shoes Altamaha respectfully The subscriber hopes that this
Glass appeal
and to hig
rcsolutic 11"! said he ." let's of the This line will
ppuienco and pride,power and splendor good now go Boots'and a great variety of.articles ,to,numerous the,patronage public. fellow citizens of the South will not be in
\ back drink. be a great facility,for merchants who wish to vain. It would be reproach
her-and she unmoved I Ia ,and take mething to to a to our Planter
may woo yet mention.HARDY 'H. PHILIPS. ship their goods l by the way of SavannabrDarien to meet the fate of the Southern Review. Of
, mother "loves and loves'forever !I" ,to Hawkmsville and Macon or !in
the last it be
What is the reason, said one Irishmanto N. B.-CASH for Cotton, Hides,Deer Cotton to Savannah. may justly said, tha it was suffered
WHAT is so FAITHFCL?' From infancy '- )Furs .Beeswax Moss' Deer shipping > to fall,when it.was not only rearing for
and Skins Tallow ,
another, the ; you your wife are always ments have been made to forward cotton of well merited fame
through good report and through Horns, &c. H. H. P. without.detention between Savannah us a as a literary people
to age, goods : but it
? "Because
.. disagreeing (replied Jacksonville Jan. IS 183.3. 3tf was also'vindicating the Southern hab
evil tho dews of maternal affection and Darien. its ,from the unjust, aspersions which have
report, Vhenheartstr'ickened Pat) we, ,are it, A_ of one mtncJ eho wants No exertion or expense will.be, spared to been bestowed
eo liberally
us out of
aro'ehed'iiponthesouL to be master, t id 10 doV' NEW' GOODS. give the greatest despatch to goods or cotton section of country. The" Southern our
and 'abandoned ; when branded by THE Subscriber has for sale the following Sipped,by this .line. culturalist" in some measure supplies the

shame and ''followed by 'scorn, 'her arms MAIL ARRANGEMENTS' ; ; of merchandise. Agents for the above boats : place of the .Southern .Review, so far as regards

are tiil'' -\her breo.sts still 'kind.- ON IOUTE NO. 24i.VIA Superior quality 'Blankets from ,$450 to ,L. BALDWIN &:,CO. Savannah. the circumstances last alluded to. It
k open :
, it: Through.every trial, that love will follow, PABLO. $550 A good per pair.quality Negro cloth 371-2 c. pr. yd, GODDARD, & Co. Macon. serves Husbandry as a,Register but also of not facts only relating of methods to of
Leave St.Marys every Wednesday,at 2 P.M. Irish Linen from CO c to $1.00. MITCHEL & COLLINS, Darien. '
in misfortune us1':in .disi system of Slavery. The of the deci-
i' cheer us support 7 P. M. J. E. & B. DELENO Charleston. subjects
at Pablo every Thursday! by Best plaid Homefpuns. 7 yds. for $1,00, pUne", the treatment the characters of
: smooth the of pain ann moisten Leave Pablo at 0 A. M. Dec. 1834. ;;1 our
i .. ease, pillow every Friday, 3-4 Homespuns unbleached lOc per yard, Slaves, are fairly suited to its pages, and
Arrive at StI;'Augustine some day,by 6 P. M. 183.4c. -
the bed of death, < Superior fancy stripes constitute topics as interesting and important
Leave'SL Augustine :Monday at 5 A.M. LAND AT ST. :
er'.love. every Silk h'dkfs from We to $150, PAULO which
is he who knows a as'any can engage either our own at.
: m
Arrive at Pabld same day by C P.!I. 4-4 unbleached 13c
I ) Shirting per yard by FOR SALE. tention or the attention of those abroad, who

',' THE'LOVELINESS' or WOMAIC.' It }is not Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A. M. the piece, or y'dvfor one dollar by retail, Subscriber offers for sale for cash, or feel a legitimate interest!in our concerns
6 Arrive at St. Marys: next day by 11 A.'M.VIAJACKSONVILLE. Shirting bleached from 13c to,25c pr yd, i THE The subscriber leave in conclusion
tie of face nor the tint of dress and furniture calicoes,from or good acceptances ) begs ,
smiles a Fancy
pretty following
to remark that if he had not undertaken
the tract of fine Live Oak ham to
\ 'the beauty and Leave St Marys every Saturday, at 2 P. M. .. I3c to 25c per yard by the piece, : mock land Creek continue of this Periodical it
thy complexion: nor symmetry Arrive at Jacksonville next day by 6 P. M. Sattinett from 87 l-2c to $125 superfine I ,on'St' Pablo bounded as publication ,

c, : 'of thy, percon; nor ,yet the costly Leave Jacksonville'every Monday,at 5 A.M. Superfine cloth $4 50 per yard, follows, viz-on the West by Pablo Creek, most probably, would 'have been either re
moved from
the North Winslow .Foster's land our city or been suspended.
on by ,
decorations Arrive at St. Augustine same day by 6 P. M. White and red,flannels from 371.2c to on
robes 'and that thy
: compose Whether 'continue
Leave St. at 5 the East and South by:lands of Cornelius will be in his power to i it,
Augustine Thursday, ,
artificial beauty; no-ndr.that ,enchanting A.M. every Bed per yard1''183-4c to 25c Taylor, containing two hundred 'and thirty. will depend not only on 'the Pecuniary but
tickings frcpn yard
glance, which thou dartest with such lus Arrive at Jacksonville same day by G P. M. Musquito nettin ,good quality $125 per pr ps., three acres. For particulars I. D.apply to the ters.Literary He confidently Contributions now leaves of Southern this matterin "Plan

.It tre on the man thou decmest worthy of thy Leave Jacksonville every Friday;at 5A. M. .ALSO\ : JAMES HARTt.or DELL. their hands; feeling a full assurance that
Arrive At StMarys next day by 1 P. M.- A assortment of belt ribbands-
good fancy
affection. It, is thy pleasing deportmentthy :- .. CROSI ROUTE-VIA ST. JOHN'S BLUFF.kva.P shirt buttons-lilk] -sewing silk-boll and Jacksonville, Jan; 22: 4tf there is wanting on the part of our Planters,

chaste ursntinn-Ib...Hftm'ihUity. .dB.V.Jtt&.AM- -- pool Uiread-writing paper-superior do.- neither the IiMraiity'normental energies At-
Jacksonville to sustain the Southern
Arrive at same day by 12 M. ladies white ht e-horn and NOTICE. cessary Agriculturist
affable combs- ,
and the purity of thy thoughts-thy f A. E. MILLER Publisher.
Leave Jacksonville, same day,at 1 P. M.' silk, and cotta umbrellas-and a, good as- : persons indebted to the subscriber; ,
,.S and open ,disposition-tby sympathising Arrive at Pablo same day by 7 P. M. eminent of ALL by Note or Book account, are requested Charleston, S. C. Dec. J, 1834,

'- with those in adversity-comforting' the ISAIAH D. HART, P.M. DRUGEpThe AND MEDICINES.articles to ettle the same without delay; andno Persons, desirous of subscribing can apply
afflicted-relieving the distressed--and, Jacksonville JuIY,31at.1835. [: abo are of the bestquality credit will be.. given at my store after the office. ,' or at to 8

and will, bejsold,for a small advance, for 10th Marc*. HARDY II., PHILIPS.
,:, obove.all,' that humility of soul, 'that ,unfeigned STORE TO LET.Ip1IE : cash, or produc Jackson ille, March 3. lOtf BOSTON PEARL AND LITER

} and perfect regard of tho precepts STORE ,at MANDARIN re JOHN W. 'RICHARD. THE GAZETTE. Volume Fourth
I These virtues constitute ,occupied by E. A.: Co- Jacksonville Jan.22. 4tf ORANGE STICKS. Published -
of Christianity. I every week, by .
.HEN,' Eaq.:; will DO ''rented on fair
thy loveliness. Adorned but with those of terms. It is a good stand for business, and CABINET URNITURE WARE- CASH will, be paid for One Hundred Or ISAAC C.PRAYJun., ,
Sticks The'work will be ''
of various sizes
e on delivery published'weeklynch'number
nature and simplicity, they'will shine like possession! con be immediately. IIOUSE.
.' I at this o1l immediately., March 5. containing eight large 'quarto pages
the:refulgent sun, ,and display to man'that Man Apply aria to C., August READ 31835., near the'premises.29tfNOTICE. :JAMES H.. OOKE, No 100 Broad way. equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of miscellaneous -
York ffers for sale kind and
", ", the, loveliness of,thy person is not, to be of Sof--Sideboards-Secretaries-> GREAT NATIONAL WORK. and original matter, printed on superior
quality white A
found in the tinsel ornaments of the body, Book Cases- Cables of all descriptions- AMERICAN MAGAZINE handsome paper title, page, with and perfectly correct new index type.'will

but In the rectitude) and'serenity of a well ALL persons are cautioned against taking Chairs of ev y quality-High post ands Ofustful, and Entertaining Knowledge, to le il be furnished, and the work at the end of the
Note of hand,drawn In favor of Isaial French Bedste of Mahogany! and Maple- lustr ted by numerous Engravings.BY year, will form an excellently printed volumeof
: I spent lifer that soars above the transient; D. Hart,'for one hundred and five: dollars, Hair a.ndlos' l\1attrasses-Feather Beds- THE BOSTON'BEWICK COMPjWY. four' hundred and sixteen equal to

i. vanities of this w rld. And when thy payable thirty days after date, bearing date Looking Glasf is_Carpets-and a full as. success which has three thousand duodecimo pages,

ended herd earth thy October eighteenth, one thousand eight hun sortment of ev y thing necessary to furnisha THE of the attended the pub The volume will contain pages. piece
day are upon happyspirit { dred best Magazines from the twenty-six
and thirt four and signed R. house: !
y. .Elijah of
Press, has led music for the Piano Forte &c. equal to
shall 'of English to preparations for issuing ,
bo .tho -
regions :
I wafed to Tucker and Thomas Suarez, ,as .intent April. 3w15 I a periodical,more one hundred of common sheet music, which
eternal bliss.ptmoe never to pay said Nile.f particularly adaptedto
could not be for lessthan
the wants and taste of the' American pub purchased separately
lic. it will five dollars and the is determined
J While be the object of the ; publisher
TALttrr CLEVERNESS.' -Genius Jacksonville,JulY:4, 1835. / A'GREAT ] ARGAIN is offered, in the I prietora to make the work strictly what pro its to procure'the simple rather than the

: rushes like a whirl ind. Talent marches j ew Sugar Mill, from West title indicates, it will,!nevertheless, containall complex and difficult.
1TTELL. Mt.Thomma
now we'lltry it- Point Foundry' diameter of Centre Roller ,the
Articles of interest to its Although publisher places no depen-
; like a cavalcade of navy men and heavy TV the longest stick nocks down the simmons. feet 1 half inches patrons, which dance
,. : two two an a ,and two outer appear in foreign Magazines. whatever, ia the support of it,as a literary ;
] I. D. .
J horses. Clevernesicpte eldnis'liko a swallow ones, one foot en and one-fourth inches- Eitenlive.. preparations have been ,entered paper, from its engravings there will
Jacksonville 6 1835.
... in'a summer ;eveni: ig,'with a,sharpshrillturning. AU& 29tf with Iroo.cogsr points, &c, as -also a set of into, both with Artists and Authors:to furnish be presented occasionally, plates from cower
Kettles from thq noted Foundry in Scotland, from all parts of the Union drawingsand an / beautiful workmanship and fin
and a sudden The man of 20,000, LBS. Or DLACK 'MOSS known by name'of the Carran Foundry, warranted illustrations of every subject of, interest, ish., Already have appeared a beautiful)

\ genius dwells with men and with nature- WANTED. and proof, as malleable Iron. The capacity which the publishers confidontly believe will engraved portrait of James Fenimore Cooler,

the man of talent in bis study but tho THE Subscriber rill purchase the above of tbe'grfnd, Kettle is1 three hundred enable them to issue a work, honorable!to its executed,on steel, and a chaste vignette title
of Bla k Moss, if delivered in gallons, and, proportioned, or graduated to title and acceptable to the American People. page, engraved on copper.
clever fellow dance here,there,and everywhere Savannah previous a* 1st October, in largeor sixty gallons, being four to the set; all of'' The Amencan Magazine is published'monlhJyeach Its.contents will be various and spirited,tf-

a like a buttcr 'y in a hurricane etrik. email. ,'!uantit1e.. which, with Coolers, Vita, and a Cistern to humber containing between there will be a general record of Occurrences

: (J. MORRELL. contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup, will be forty and fifty Imperial octavo pages, ,Two Statistics, Obituary notices, &C dm l i*
.t at
in&ftYwUua.aadUcAJoying, but Savannah,June 11l 4w27 disposed f if fox at least. 4d4tion
$> alPlied'fouhorll'r' DOLLARS per a. D1J tlayabte'in advance. + :tbe: n1ei;Legends,EssaysTr av
f: too light to be dashed to pieces. The man twenty-five per cent below cost. It comprises-Portraits and Biographical oiling; Literary, Fugitive and Historical i

!' '. of talent wilt attack theoriea-.tho clever NOTICE. A line directed to E. B. COX, on Sidon' Sketches of distinguished!' Americans; Views II Sketches, Biography, Poetry'Ac.-making tf

i individual I WILL hold a Magistrates Court at the Plantation, Mclntoah County Georgia. (as of Public Building, Monuments, and im- elegant paperTor the parlor,and for the lover
man.fwaiU the.. ,and slanders Manager,) will be attended to. "
; of
Cowt-house in Jacksonville; en the See provements; Landscape scenery-the bound. polite literature, as contributions wit
private character-but the man of genius and Saturday in each month, at 10 o'clock, A. March. 12. 4w11TREASURER'S less variety: and beauty of which; in this secured from some of the most popular American

,,:, despi&QS ,both-he heeds none, he fears M.In my absence, will business left with] country, will form an unceasing source of instruction .authors.,
: O. M. Donnon Esq. be punctually ,attended NOTICE.TREASURER'S and gratification; Engravings and The work will,be printed as well,and contain
a He lives in
shrouded in thee
none, himself;: -
to, S. STREETER, descriptions of habits &c of as much reading matter M my simibu
;; consciousness of his own strength-ho interferes Justice of the Peace. Birds, Beasts, Fish, and Insects, together quarto paper now published in theUnited
1 with none, and walks forth an ex. Jane 17. 25 Tallahassee, March 21st with every with the Geo States; and it can safely and trullbe called
By an act passed it graphy HUtoiy, lIiatural and Artificial the cheapest journal of the kind. ,
.i amale that *eagles fly alon&they- are but NOTICE. Is provided that all Bonds executed by of the country,illustrated in familiar TFBMS-Three dollars per annum, M u_ .

sheep,that herd together. It ia true that Weeks after this d application will Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by the Judgeof and popular manner. paper u firmly established-to b* paid in..-
SIX the County Court to the Treasurer of ,.
fchould poisonous worms cross his path he made by the subscriber, to the lion. Territory of!Florida t and that aU Auctioneers the No.4. rBM* Bttcick Company.. yance. Two dollars for six. months' to bt
oroblft the Judge of the Court orDu. Court Street. paid! in advance.
may tread tutderfoot-shoulJ scar snarl hall quarterly in ea::h year commencing on Boston I
S val for letters Editors 1834
County, of administration on the tat of January,tnamit to the Treasurer ttT: of Newspapers throughout the
at hunt.he may chastise it-but he will not, the roods chattels, righta and credits orJIQILfTIO under oath,taken before some Judge a United State., who will publish the Foregoing -

cannot attack the privacy of another...Clover & JLOK', Juar. deceased, of Nasaaa of all Bale effected, him, with ,the ,amount copy Prospectus, and notice the contents of the JOHN A. SILLOWAY,

men 'writa tenet of talent write County. CHARLES SETON. and at what time am : arid for whom Magazine from time to tune, aU be entitled Real Estate and Merchandize Broker, ](iI.2G,
} ,.. men ROW to the first
May 23, 1835. 6w23 the same was made! all Auctioneersare Eul4.ge-medl106ttnI, NUl. '
prose, but the man of genius writes pottry.WafcBj required<< to take''notice of said law, and Any person remitting the Agent, by mail WILL attend to the selling and bu

: BLANKS of.descriptions Printed tt conform to its or s ul upon their Bonds Must post paid, 'Ten Dollars, shall receive six, Real Estate,'in every part e
: ;; THE SHOB: PITCHED.-Pompey at short notice. be instituted Judges of the County Courts Copies for one year-and continued as long United States. People deeirous'of'emi'

Snider called upon his master for a pair of OTAlio, Job Work iaa handsome style are requested t delay to forward u the money is regularly forwarded.; log from one part of the, Union to -anv *?"J 4
and on reuonable'terma. properly certified airs approved, the Bonds ot: A liberal will be can always receive correct inforoutjom
oe&' Now Pompey had sha price paid for app
i a peculiar Auctioneers intheii poaMBslon.JC1LRLE3. and priate applying} at his office. He will reeeite '";
V Justici Bknks-D cd.-Bills of La well written articles, or drawings hunt for ,JiahnJ' .d_
; pat }'o4t"waw somewhat of the form of AUSTIN trative of national subjects various kinds of Merchandize;
a Wttockj aid If ha deprived of ding-Manifests, &c. qI t.a.nU1Jor.Ale at Treasurer of the Territory of'orictl terest. jOIIseubtgIra.- part of the Union* OpnuigtIoseL4dreaaed !
wero, his this office. '. .I' n'1/! .. 14 Dec., -25 Subecriptioa, 1834 ; received at this! office 1 tq '!bbn'wiU'be prow '& .

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