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 27, 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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NVi't: : CO ; [T,* the Khiokirlx 'k8r.]] breathed to the ear of Hope, abused and her affection, until l ho saw that ho-was beginning upon olio knee, and bending back the l

'POBL1SHED> OWE A : *' URIC. : $ON. broken. : to lose it. His selfish spirit then graceful head and neck of his beautiful f
QUBltt DJ& ,.a. i .xR'RaOEtALL'i : \ What was to be done ? .!By 'Degrees, deemed it. invaluable. He had recourse victim, placed the knife across her throat.' '

1... heart is! .t8ky"'tL'$at, ofheaven Marion Harold awoke from her awful de- again to the spurious tenderness by which Her rich golden hair had fallen loose in '

AJhnw- ; > abyss into which she' had been dawn by In vain. She did the,
L advance:-:Single papers st : V ; accomplished. not conceal prevented intended wound. He de-
J inserted ,sky.K : .: her betrayer,--she sought.for repa'\a on- that her feelings had changed. Hi: liberately dropped his knife, and while his
Advertisements advertising .o'er,it Clouds and i thtu1det mt'sibe driv- she demanded the fulfilment of his mar- pride was wounded, and he strove by pros left hand was pressed against her forehead

I ade *"for yearly ** : ; 'fett''i: |R* riage vow with tears and entreaties,-bu ents to win, her back to cordiality. She removed I with his right the obstructing

J tessed E. Editbjr { when It hdth, been d pi i/rcd, tyrant. lie walked the streets (with an turned, and it was but a slight repaymentof and with one wide gash, severed the veina \ 1.
to WiLLIAiises t6ttt ; / undaunted front, as if tho .air he breathed the deception by' which she bad beetundone. of lifo. .The heart's blood of the I damsel ,
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pqstage flven.. tasteless for his nostril Ho said ,
"t" was too \ Her design. .wnaa.uClableJ\ } she! bubbled and streamed up'vAtd In< POtt 'n M'I"f'.I tc 'U\ :tlweyp nothing to' his friends of tits being ho had desired to be an hpnest wife' and sin no and bosom t while her pallid lips geemed'
'r OSNTa, !: forth last the heart's blo d,turned tb S her mother tinew'tot this end .
fJ-"" "' _. at so foully wronged > more. Faithful to no hoarded pleading I in voiceless movements for the'.
r :--r ; } 'l tears.., .BTRON. wither she was gone-her Departure was Uio stinted monies that ho gavohcr' for hoi boon of being. S .

St. Augustine-lohn Esq./ 1 a rich morning in Jtine;there''' stood veiled in obscurity.Let ,future husband. "It springs up to meet me, this fountain ,k

Nevmann7ille-SiE1lisr'Groie-J. Garrison, }: door 'of one of the numerous office: that man tremble, who breaks down Tho sudden return of her kiidness, and of blood," said the maddened Maurice f'it :t
Spring Mandarin-E. A".Cohen,E ed to the far.famed'Strite House 20f the barriers that protect the bosom of Virtue tho seeming excess.to which ell carried it, would mingle with mine,.and: I bow to,, Sits
) hia, a youth, of nineteen. The { There is in every heart'a' power to awakened the j jealousy of her boraycr. lie will. In an instant, he had severed. the, J",
GEORGIA. of the hour were wafting his' St. Mary'i-'i.. Doolittle, Esq. around his forehead, and he seemed of bursting: the shackles of one error, onlyto of her movements. lie did BO. Secreting tho murderer'and his victim, was flowing, I

SacanwiA-S. Philbrick; Esq. in the beauty the day. The cling Another, the soul that has once himself ,a clump,of dwarf wilows, near together! It was a sight oQ horror! :
Macon-Edmund Russ p", Sill of the delicious fragrance from been led to evil,would return, .not all;tin where they lived, ho saw her wok into the The next morning looked upon a mel. I

flowering'trees, which lined the side- stigmatizing taunts on earth cout awe that fields, and direct her step towarls the distant ancholy scene. The dead forms were ly, :
BRING, ob every hand. The young'inor self-sustained and lofty spirit. Jut alas I dwelling of the agr\fulturisv\ fol- ing together, weltering in gore.? Tho blood( '
BY MRS. HEMANSV evidently! pleased with himself and all when innocence has been corrupt d, it usually lowed stealthily, in the shadow oftlio{ hedges had! flowed over the threshold,and Mood \

ring, flowers, young. ,flowers_ ( i im.; lie seemed to be watching, sinks deeper and deeper, or 4\so\ waits, ,-saw them meet-observed ker to give in clotted ?pool* among stones.. ', .,
board, inconsiderable earnestness, the with cloaked revenge, for a time to wreak money into his haIlds, and, him :o kiss her A coroners a inquest was convene and an \

wreathe the' ere the ; ,a ladies strolling in the shades, gli' itself upon tile wronger. own 1 Maddened at the sight, L) returned attempt to obtain a verdict made. A poper'I I
o ,, cup, the determination of Marion '
i to nd fro,'on errands sight-seeing Such was homeward, and awaited her arrival with a was found in tho pocket of Maurice, die- :
ring flowera they "are sp plea ure. Harold. Sho was undone; sho picturedto moody brow,and hitter heart. closing tho namo of his vlctlmt alluding to, j

and.vale,. lass, there passed' a young girl of six- her excited mind'the dark disgrace. It was just allereunset,,when Marion re tho ,estrangement of her affections! a boon :
"heir breath floats out on'the at vhom he gazed with such fixed which would gloom around her name, unless turned. The great luminary cf day. had ho had won without merit, and kept without i

nd the touch of the ,sunbeam ', as to raise a blush upon her she lost it in another's. This refugewas left a sanguinary radiance upon pile ofwestern reward,-and'declaring; ) that jealousy, f I

the She was lovely' being, with li- denied her. Her unfeeling betrayer cloudS as the despondent girl took remorse, and weariness of life had driven i
rose, ,
blue 'and hair that floated above : appeared in, his true colors,- sing her her scat by the casement, and poked dut him to tho deed. dt' S i
o deck.the hall where the eyes, all I reparation, and laughing he wreck the I6stln Thus fell tho ..
like''pure floss sunshine, twisted in. upon landscape, seemingly 1 Betrayer of Innocenco'W'
ring flowers to strew in the ,', Her movements were graceful which he had made. thought / m iL thus fell tho Ilctrayor. I o.wtho widowed,, i
fawn.. The light of youth was.about There is that ,in' woman, wh:h, when 'Come my dear,", sald)Iaunce, ,witli' a mother bend in helpless'agony over tho, \
path- like atmosphere : she is but partially abandoned, will rise in malignant smile, and trembling tone-*.' 'dead! body of her child. I laW her withered
!Ie hath shaken thrones with tn her bosom the daring and tempest ous feel- "play us an air, ,on your guitar. Come,- lips pressed, wildly and fondly upon j
wrath'! She'drank the'epirit of the golden'day, ings of a heroine. Show one mr; of hope, come/" those pallid features, lovely in dissolution :

le conies with the spoils of na tri mphed in existence." to point a way in which, to the grid's eye t.!4 She took up her instrument' ,and with a and lovelier in that repose'.'which know.I I

'he vines lie crol h'd in his I young man followed !her with his at least, her good name may be regained; sweet' voice, 'discoursed excellent music.; no waking. 'I saw' tho ago-dimmed 'oycafilliru I

'he tuff l looks red where he. : ; until she had nearly vanished among and you, open to' .her spirit ail| ght as if She repeated some airs that: Lad been fa ? with team ; 'I'hcard.tho moans and, 1sighrof I
? various persons promenading! the long from heaven. It may point to crime,-it :writes of Ellison's: in the commencement her who never could know comfort -' .
ring flowers to die in the con when be stepped in fora moment, may add to her guilt-but it will concealthe their:acquaintance. more. When the priest would 'have'

>ring flowers to the captive's,) re-appeared ,with evident signs of hav- same. She grasps the hope, and begins ,. "Not those-not those. muttered Maurice offered consolation, she turned upon him, i

have l 'of the made preparations fora, morning's enterprise.' ,-they are too'tqfl.', ,,(live mo something with a look of despair, and besought him' I
hey joyous lie moved.briskly along the' pave. One strong'resolve now reigned: paramount stern and solemn., 'Play that old bal. to bo still "Alas !" .Ibo groaned '1\Iouel'j

>the free blue streams,and the rion' Harold was die onjy daughter of ,in the heart Marion Iftrold.rShe !.adl." .. .-.IJUiJ' *. ,."-: .- .. ""lns J;>h
nd the Oweyej bright- ,*_.world abut** .-from-*" Sho was, a scholar, and daily had-been 'wro ,-deceived tllbe: *knew (Farewell, ye green I fields.t ,y.,fresh waters death with tho leprosy on her soul! ." '
I the Independence Square, pt\\ her she was beautiful ; and' so overwhelming adieu t"That's The lover, too, was'' there. Overcomeby

Fhey will ,bear,him ,a thought, to,Be hOOf. By degrees an acquain: had beep her disappointment at the degra : wish his feelings!, ho had sunk into a swoon* ,
without introduction dation and coldness which she 1 lull, received what I to hear. It of
hours ,was formed was a scene sorrow and lean.
herself and the youth whim I from Ellison, that her love waee llcind1-- She sank it with touching pathos and Oh thou who languishes in passion ,
nil dream of his tho last ,
youth- she concluded
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described. The simple act of accept: ed, and its charm was gone. Sh simplicity. and wouldst destroy the lovely-bewaro
ers, wild flowers,! a proffered'umbrella'during' a sudden upon the purity and, bless< ness ofiv6rccd stanza, sho' turned her eye upon Maurice} what thou docst! Thou deitroyett a soul I
\ Lockei'M i lIe was looking steadfastly in her fuce,withan
sho had been ,
the their heart from which
>ring flowers, fresh flowers for was origin'of knowiJdge concentrated malignity thou,rcpayest a fond love with a fiend-like, II
other. It soon ripened into i inima- and she mused deeply on the al ocity expression ingratitude} thou kindlest a fire in,thy bo-'
wear! the she bad been }Beguiled; which made her recoil. It seemed if all
arts whereby sore which
years cannot quench, nor remorse -
hey were born to blush in her and discovered, ale would mortal expression had vanished from those
Ellison was a child of passion. by whicbr [llf remove. Who would rend the flower :
he the home of he be ed of her good none-be- restless'eyes and left instead tho glance ofa
is and
leaving .his boyhood, he had been wit'l>| soon from its spray, and spread desolation
mirth, in his temperament;indignant faint come a sacrifice to scorn ,and infamy, and uttered with firm-set where the blooms of peace once brighten- .
-strong- in those .bitter feelings mark 'for the altered eye of unkindness, Play no more he cd around ? It left Bin of
he hath bid farewell to her : The teeth-u That will do, a dye BO deep,, .
which the the finger suspickn. you play no .
foes are or rebuking
'supposed ly that Mercy I herself from its forgive-!
is another's
place now by madnw. Live dear. I have heard enough.
my heart
to be sometimes' a test offathful-: thought stung her almost ', neB The warm is broken } tile fond
ring-flowers for the- locks ,of. to friends,-and open .to every im abandoned,>she would not:' Sliej!dressed Twilight was now drawing uY; Tho hum eye is dim''the brow Is changed front the,, ,

'bride which the prevailments of ardent with all her former neatness,and?n every of the city was dying Indistinctness away-the,landscapewas and 'a open! beaniing index of happy thoughts, to

coursing through the veins youth, Sabbath attended a church in the country fading into ft brazen record of evil and shame. Wo,
ring, flowers, pale. .flowers*' ', engender., lIe bad good qualities, 'not far from town. Here she woa the attention browner horror' seemed descending of on to tho cruel mind that can thus play thegonle.ter
address distant woods. 'A melancholy
8 h'ed,- ,. engaging .ones;-for, 'n Iie'' ore all of a youth, who loved and feeling musician she with virtue, and traffic with ita,
V crown for the brow of the -but they ,were choked by the sug- ed her. lIe was a handsome, hoieet per.His laid languor aside stole her over instrument the fair and asked, as Maurice richeu! When tilt evening; pf,age is at,.:

"or Ibis through, its leaves ons of passion, by an overbearing spir son, and his attachment was sincere. if he for, hand.-when the passions are,bonumned,; t
:lose burst,' ? by the thousand inducemenu to in open ''bearing;; and excellent deposition, 44 Nowish was prepared" he supper.replied sternly. and their immiUca decline,-thenjihal) tie ,.
; cities'abound.. closely they did }with none, '
For with which contrasting BO lictrayer.feel the worm that cannot die, and
this in the woods the
"Are unwell 7" the
was inquired.
Harold had been 'ri bll endowi- acts of Ellison, won her esteem,'aM finally you' the fire of its Bting. Then shall he,,turn in
..ou'gh' they.. smile in:vain, for by nature and early education, with her firm end sober affection. '//She 're- Yet,-1 am. Marion go light a candle"She vain for comfort on every .hand,-then
ours; far beyond her year*.- solved to be his own-but to N utterly retired to do his bidding.' shall he long, yet dread to die. Wo to the I
seated the
she returned ho: 'was by win-
the victim pfanother. '
hey are love'a last gift too, was ardent and susceptible. unknown to him as wretch !IThei W.
pale flowers !I. "" was, enthusiastic and devoted=- Almost frenzied with the desire 1 to be his, low, where she had been playing. A,hugeSpanish

they loved or seemed to love. With she met him cautiously, but oftery(-wulk- knife lay on the casement,which principal! portion of tils Tale hulls' .
Bring. ,flowers to'the ihririe it was a pure and affectionate attach- ed with him, and held sweet counsel on he snatched up as she entered and.con- foundation in real eyel1t1and those of recent
and their nuptials The jusceptide cealed in his oosom."lIaurlce't occurrence, The catastrophe Is historical:
in prayer, '. : with him, it was one of pride approaching with .
her she said a foreboding i
nor ,
her home
desirous of youth 'knew not ",
lie not
art was so pos
tey nature's: offering, their ing her heart, as of subduing it. She lame,-save that he called her Mary. lIe look, what. is tnat you are hiding in.your I THE'AIM or REl.IGlof.-The aim of re
liey.speak: of hope to the'tain been affluent, and was then cost down. deemed her a highly accomplish and re- breast rr"What- 'ligion Is accomplished if it succeed In making
Vith'a voice of promise they death'of her father had diminished the peetuble lady who,'obeying Impulses haveyoii hid in yaws>you sunken people good. Its diamond*are brightest ct

Ti .y sleep in dust through the' of her remaining parent; and left other feelings, was about to marty the being being,"-he replied" what nave you when it* holy Influence disarms man t.
rh ey'break forth in glory b monetary affairs ID confusion she loved, at the expense of)oaia been concealing in your otmT "1 Itll you if a bloodthirsty spirit. Its tronble; eon.
"- -<. these insuffi- station in society. This rendered her doubly what," he added drawing nigh to his tremh- list of robbing people of their enmity towards -
flowers! were adjusted very
bright linK victim : "you have hidden there your each other and in their
remained.''By dear' to him. lie wa possessed of a warming
annuity only elegant
: lifelike of love to another. Ye, souls with which returns for'
whom sufficient being an industrious me-your a spirit good
AXECDOTE 'VASBI work for rich families; by competence, '
wretch, 'you have bidden'there evil. Its most beautiful are good'works !
agriculturist; and all poor gem
President much she continued to thriving
Washington was employed young
monies I 'have given to give to him, and I
you, justice, charity, honesty, nier-
bv. of Portsmouth (which herself and daughter not merely her wants, be rejoiced to believe, even to '
he bad it in his u you have done to day. You have con- Its noblest duty I* done I fit can.com I
in but with how oflux- the luxurious ,
of a
ern point his,tour, ) respectability the that fort
sealed there memory wrongs the desolate widow id for tbe I
her provide
of better lie acceded to request -
observed unlike the external to supply
to a gentleman signs power '
be of and refrained from all inquiries resecting you fancied 1 had done you in my mo- want of the orphan. Religion I it i is the'
was very'desirous seeing condition She knew nenu of position. Take one more guest name of all that good in heaven given to'
the heart of her or name
had to'WiD
country, and that he was proud that faithless mansion _the feeling in
delusion fixed into men on earth. It w the angel of mercy
deluded but the was -
take Harold but too wicked td pay'it be was ,-
whether to ,-
hour income and doom It'
viewing which she aimed was bat your your he house of death. It iweeteu life..
that and at
found him the'object
this part of the his own. lie Boon waled. Prepare T' and beautifies the affection of the
turn immediately to New whole affections 'were: centered ; and too dear to her heart to be lost tight of by .M Mercy!-mercy !I" faltered tlie trembling beart-- It binds famllie more firmly together -' I:
She had resolved to retrace -
hie judgment assured him he seemed to add to his over- inyindiscretion. of rectitudefrom girl) as she,sunk on her bees before : In unity. It i II tbe morning guide (
boastrd to others of her into that path
to nature. lie' steps
attend to public: business,
him. )f youth in the path)! of duty. JIll the'itaffof
required despatch. 'At : while to her be was, seem- which the' had been cruelly of beguiled. You talk to a rock, Marion," was die old age. Jf"( tie companion of
Prudence and'' all that a lover should be. How sweet are the gleams returning ice We
judgment deep-toned reply. "You talk to nan in all time,and pbces. Iti ;
Oyer.inclination, and it has were a weary and a bitter task to tell virtue.!': They add new lustre to the and eye shall coon be no more. We are at the It i the light.ituadoDtr l undne. the tomb. It' 1-

"nazint with me, to, listen to be led her on from step! to' step, until that has wept the tears' of remorse with re- Jireahold of eternity. Mine will be the rive*'Dew 'courage to the startled senses,,
duty'and 'prudence, rather completed her ruin It 'a sufficient Tet,-Tbey dawn upon the spirit hand that shall draw aside the awful cur. when they are called to depart from the'
sutio when do that before year bad passed holy lustre. Some such an moved conceals juwotulert. 1 wish the
; they mo.. -and ,sin, which earth. It i Is not satisfied until it leaves
toincido. girl fled from her widowed Marion Harold. She was youn nTustdie
murderer of
not to live a ,--o you children of humanity before the throne
-- with her unmarried destroyer They she hoped to atone during a and I shall be your companion, even b God, la the likeneh of the rtwrrection,
Busow '' in the suburbs of the town, to her husband,and in secret penitence
AM together 'committed. the grave. Come, no struggling, wretcbrour pure and faultle at the angeh of Paradbe._
bad .
few who knew and for the evil she -
tikes away reason to.exalt retired lane, where tear, hour II come rIle '
out thlipt of both, and could ever be seen. Passion had She was doomed to disappointment.off Jt brandished aloft bit horrid weapon-| He who know the world will net be
mine as to persuade a man to : its worst ; the' tender heart had been was left to her betrayer to ber into irretri-every he caught the shuddering Marion by the too bamhful., He who know'hUnielf.will I.
yes,the) better the to evil, and the unsuspecting eon- anticipation and to plunge .
to receive not the value of arm,and crushing her to tbe floor, sank wt be impudent. > r
I viable niiaery. lie knew
* ible star by a tdeacope-; that relied on'the relying promises .



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eFortlie, country. On reaching Charlcstown,there to the right of refusing, as any man wouldbe ny that attacks that city myself. I feel an buxom mother bf more than hat fa

co lu icKTION'S. beiug no bridge at that time and,seeing to the right of refusing to speak in pul ambition to demolish the city which was of children has)been seduced by, orb

.t Sir John Temple,'one.of the .British lie what another'should dictate to him.- defended from the ravages of the British seduced a yourg lawyer Stale!

[ Courier.] .1/, cere, about going over/in a boat belonging What would be thought of one who should army by the great Gen. Jackson." Whenwe "Tellitnptiniiatb.JPublishTt I not in;;
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THE BOSTON TEA PARTY. to a British frigate lying there, be requested declare;that there was no freedom of speec first read ,the pamphlet giving the detail -

An error has been circulating through to be put over with him. Sir Job, in the United States, because the town-crI- of MurreU's infamous career, we were "
j, 1 country ,which I i notice more for the recognizing him/ politely granted his re- er would notat the comers of the streets, disposed,to look'upon it as we do the biographies The ;.Courier
j, ll [sing information wbich will be coiW. quest. mount a fostrum and retail out other pe< >villains generally with d many

;I W than, for any other importance a On, informing his .l ther what he' had ple's scandal, ,Kvery: conductor ofa press grains 01"allowance"-and as tor his list of TllURSUAY) rAUQuiTn. fi
f inched to it. It has been stated that Mr. done, ho was told that they would soon has an i i defeasible right to exclude from confede ates, we had no doubt that it was .

Hughes was the only survivor. that memorable commence a search for him, and he was bis cola ns what he does not' approve : vastly: aggerated in number, and indeed SLAVERY: Quz3T1ON. -The pert

band of patriots, who commencedtheir shortly obliged to flee into the country.- and.altii ugh his doing this may at times that may of the.names. 2,' np livexamamTg the day are filled with excited acconat, (

resistance to British oppression, by This whole transaction evinces a very daring give dissevident tiyfaction to individuals, yet it IS ing representatives. Bur, it, efforts making bjr individuals, i to
throwing overboard the tea attempted to be spirit,. worthy of those times. Other j ey have no right to complain.An .- we find (that two of the 1\1 is9pp ,incen- difficulty 1 in' the'lave holding prodnc.

forced upon Us. ,Another still lives., EvenFlorida feats equally interesting and bold character edit is a mere caterer intellectual diaries have and HunterVdre) upon it, with attempt: to ,Sect states, and
still cherishes ono of those daring might bo given. They,are too interesting food, and in his choice of dishes, he must and'we therefore less reason to doubt slaves in' the feouth an insurrection ore,
spirits of the revolution, a living monument; as constituting a part of our revolutionary endeavor to serve up such as will suit the the acc acy of the remainder., The num and West. The queabp

of, the virtues of times past. history, to be lost. A work, embodying palates o the great body of his guests, and her of hese confederates amounted in of Slavery, cfn.J1ered in the. tWatract,is

Mr.\ Joust F. Baotrr, a native of Boston, the anecdotes of this period of our not spoil he'repast with things too highly Tennes :e, to 61; Mississippi 47; Arkan- different, fro!" 'he teal question, which Te'1

lives on his plantation, a few miles from history, would be valuable in many re-< seasoned, or too ba lycooked." sas29 ; j ennick Missouri} celebrate; ( "what is the W.course to be taken to bn '
not least in the influence,whic the nur ber in is the
the mouth of the St.Johns river. Though speelsand about tmil'era' freedom the United StateJ
I i eighty-two of he retains the use itwould exert on the minds of the rising AlcRRCtL, THE INSURRECTIONIST Stephen \V. Foreman, who was some We do not !
nge doubt
of his intellectual years faculties, recollectS 'per- generation. Ecm., the accounts which have been recently! months: go apprehended as,the head of an that many of those who,,

fectly the events of his youth, and frequent. published jof the slave agitations in the extensi pang of counterfeiters) ; Alabama leading on thij wthusiastic,scheme of imlllf.

)1y describes the scenes of the revolution, [For the Courier.] South West, our readers maya have noticed OC Georgia 34: South Carolina 35 there reform, a ',strong in the faitli,that
with thnfranmnrting and enthusiastic intci- FEMALE'' ATTIRE: illusions to one Murrell' with whom the North Corolina32 ; Virginia21 ; l\Iaryland are doing,Godervice.| Their zeal
leaders his conspiracy are said to have .l1 Florida ,'1..obisiana 32 "Transi- outstrip
which'characterises the active and ; )V; ; their \
est most ,knowledge Aa
In i discretion
of much
The tight lacing so ,
confederated. This Murrell tried travel from place 22 What do
was who
presto been enters, place to ,
of that when
dari.ng spirits,, speaking of'the
age, some most
of distinguished
the-.present day;
vogue Madison Tennessee in champion,
in Jackson, co., among whbm is the renowned 'Phelps,
of scenes of which they can proudly add, is a fashion of no modern introduction. J It' the party know about the
of stealIng condition
June 1834,was found guilty negro who_was some months.ago apprehended! of alarm
'. <. Et quorum pars magna fui. wo examine; ancient English and French ,-or> moro properly speaking, decoying in Mississippi, as a ,highway ,robber, ,and as a whole I To- be sure, there are hard
Those only, who have, listened'to their portraits, wd shall find them represented negroes from their masters,for the purpose shot in an attempt to escape from jail tern at the South, as well as the North
fascinating relations, can conceive, :the with a waaf like waist, while, to heighten of them for his ;
: selling own profit- Making a grand ,total, on tpis.i i inc 'mplete there are also kind masters. The tyrant
charm "rhich seems to'invest ono of thcsi the contra the dress immediatety below and sentenced to- ten years' imprisonment list, of456!-[Lynchburg Virginia the is of
hoary' headed patriots. Wo love to linger by the aid of hoops, was made to expand in ,the penitentiary of Tennessee, where slave holder not generally greater than

I around thcso links, connecting us with the itself intoith enormous bulk. he is at this time. We have snow before THE BALTIMORE l\I STERY.-\ have that of the overgrown merchant,who dictatu

I most trying and heroic periods :of bur I history Tight lading Is' therefore not a subject us a paciphlet containing, n detailed account for.a few days post been led by,sor e mysterious to his clerks what tftey shall believe on teli.)

.- Inhabitants of another age, they talk which has VecenJ/y ;attracted :the attention of.the arrest of this, daring freebooter paragraphs in the Baltimon papersto gious doctrinel ;:whe "they:shall attend
history to us 5 philosophers'teaching iron of sensible' \nen. In former years it ha by Virgil A. Stewart, earlyin the year expect a disclosure of circums nces can f worship, what amusements pAlie
experience. With their locks of snowy been attacked by the ridiculo of the'satirist; 1834, in tie truth of which, however, so extraordinary'character which ad taken they shall enjoy -
out business hours
whiteness: and forms venerable with age, and its evila on the human system been startling; vas its character,.we placed but place in, that; city. We now extract ? ,and how they shag
they leem' like 'spirits hovering over: 'the< developed 6y th scientific examinations of little confidence until that, romantic nara; from'the Boston Jltlas the followir f elucidation speak and act when their master enters ha

happy possessors of tho land they love're' := the physic gist. Yet all that has, been tive had been! partially confirmed by recent of the" mystery. It excites reflections counting room. ,They do not consider !

luctant to leayo it. written or f aid on this subject, has) failedto events., We did not believe, that such an to which we will not attemp to give black' coachman who trembles as he drop
Their bark wafted from 'the whirlpool arrest th i progress of the evil.' incarnate{ fiend lived on the face of the expression. the steps of the carriage a slave

of life, with what feelings must they,about Free, en ghteued, and civilized people, earth. But.we can no longer doubt its I, BALTIMORE! July 23, 835..' rant. He is not asked to, join in, only the a'a
to :embark at their destined, port, scatthe1 have been ontented to follow the delusive truth, or jvithhold from' Mr. Stewart, his morn
flahte of fa hion and sacrifice their health Would you. like a piece of, go:sip this ing and evening devotions of the
smooth sea of the past, once' rough captor, the credit due alike to his ingenuityand family-hii
with storm and tempest. With what calm and case a her altar, rather than listen t full 'of it There
and joyful emotions must they contemplate the voice cf reason. The fair sex have i 8 Mr. Stewart, in order to ascertain whether the a man retidingiBaltimore no better than that of the Southern slave who
the which their has uri-:; influence in the world than is by name of Cnptain] .
Ae changes generally
country greater, AlurreU had stolen the negroes of a friendof belongs to an intelligent master. The
lIe is odd
'of ha
: perhaps thirty Mr-
has attributed to them. If that influence cge
'dcrgone Tho threatening cloud John Madison
pass his Person
( Ilenning, vile
I u family-is tolerably,well looking-is saidto subjugation of many a house rantin
exerted for of i it
cd aVnyanl sunshine and beauty enliven is ,the'gaod man, as county, Tennessee,) determined to pursue
hs expanding greatness. Would that a few certainly is'in majority of cases, 'whysllOuld him to a' \point\ where it was supposed that be fascinating in his manner'scpnspoutFrench the families of purse-proud anti-slavery en.

of that h roic'band could 'remain, to con I its 'energy bo crumped by the adoption he had concealed them. Falling in with and Italian very fluently; -has for thusiasts, is 'a :disgrace to their employen,
vinco' posterity' that ( of dress which is highly injurious some years past ,run a great rig In Baltimore and than off
by living proof our a Murrell on the.very, day that he started in more sets against the reasonable
early History, is not a'fable. to.tho health as well as the form ? The in the way of keeping young la
pursuit, ?!tewart feigned entire ignoranceof dies' riding school 'omnibusses tasks of slaves. We say not these thingiiijustification
Air. Brown). though young, at tho commencement present be age,;'noted leave for improvement no'means untried, it ito the name :and character of his companion until he tan them out of sight and] himselfout of those.who hold slaves,for they
of the revolution, was. among hoped, may and, by the most ingenious stratagems,, funds need
of -getting into broils no justification. They hold their
make such alterations in 'female attire private property
tho most active in his resistance to BrisJi wormed himself so completely into the
oppression. Numerous and ot'excitingin- as will conduce to tho health of the fairtSt confidence of the'villian, that he obtained quarrels, fighting, having duels, getting of whatever, kind it may be, under the
terest are the anecdotes related of him'.- of,, creation," and through them,to the. from him a sucrint history of, the exploitsof has kicked been out almost of lyceums'the\ and so' forth.; lie broad shield of the Constitution of the United
terror of the
The sangfroid, with which Unengaged health and strength of mankind. his past life, which had been one contin- town.- States; An attempt excite i slaves'is noth
I in imburthening the_ships of their .obnox In order to subdue' an evil,' the best ued series |>f robbery and murder, perpetrated Every body,almost almost,has despised been him ; and yet ing less than TREASON and REBEIUOH. The
body, afraid of him
method is to discover the source, the fountain every ,
ious cargo; is a matter of. BurprinOito, us under various circumstances, and laws the
lIe has had a whipping at last however great principles which have been
head and, then apply the remedy.- n
who';have contemplated thu deed, in con- concealed by the most artful manoauyrcs.
nexion with the stirring scenes of tho 'rev- Destroy the :'root and, the branches will While, however,Murrell was daily loading severe one,' almost' as severe as itwas just. sanctioned by the"mutual' pled eg of all the

.ojution.,' The boxes were opened,and their wither. It would be,therefore, not foreign his soul i ilh crimes of this,character, he t.. formerly boarded with n States of the Union, through the majority'

contents discharged, with all the regularityof from the subject, to, enquire from whence was medi ating a scheme villainy on them Mrs. who has for' a long time kepta public representatives s, should not be shaken

men engaged their ordinary avocations. this evil originated. st ,ext nsive scale, and which, had it res ectable school for young Blisses.Ca .- by appeals to the passions, or disputed at the
They proceeded in their ,work till It is well known that the fair sex havean been only partially successful, must have .Oneschoo )f the young ladies attending this risk of the Union itself. 'It is true thatrecent
the tea-covored gunwales of tho ships,, inclination, either latent or more obviously resulted i the most appalling consequen I is a 1lissY.. from ..Washing-
have been
nnd.on the ebbing of tho tide; it was'' seen developed in, ,different individuals, to ces. >-"Th i diabolical scheme was nothing ton. Yesterday her guardian, Mr. Baylies, occurrences quoted, in proof of the
covering the harbor and making its way render themselves ,,pleasing to the eyes of less than i Servile Insurrection, to be con- of W shington, being in this city, called at opinion, that "slavery is an evil." But who

back to the country whenco it came men. And had pot small,, waists been admired summate on the 25th December, 1835, in the h use of Mrs. S.-who has been for some occasioned these unfortunate sacrifices? Let

Love 'of tea gaining the ascendency hi one by the male :sex, females would all tho si ve-holding states and territories, time confined to her,house with indisposition those who ought to know, best, answer the

individual, he, filling his pockets with the never. have devised ways and means of unnaturally from Mr:, yland, to Louisiana. For the ,lo.see his ward. .He was told thai question.The .
devoted article,' had' his clothes stripped contracting that part of tho sys } preparing for this great stroke, she wis not then in but should be sent for.
purpose ,and faithful
tram,him, 'with, not 'even a tca-lcaf for'a tem.. What else, would induce them to he had avelled first to New Orleans ; A person was' sent ;. Baylies also took his negro on a plantation

II covering, so determined were they in executing undergo such hardships and .tormentS to thence, vi i. Cincinnati, to Lexington, Ky. ; hat and went out. ', He overtook the girl at the South, is no more a manual glare
their undertaking. accomplish this end? We ridicule the cus- thence toUichmond. Va.;. thence to Charleston who was 'going after' Miss W'and' than the hired white man,'who labors iron

Betore tho commencement ofhostilitics, ,, I. tom of the Chinese ladies, in compressingtheir ,, N] Redo ville, Savannah, and Au- asked her where she was. The girl at first sunrise to its sitting, on"a farm at the North.

the British troops stationed at Boston, were feet but 'forget, we have customs gusta, fn m ,which place he returned to ;, refuse to tell him. This created suspicion, The former has his task ;-and when that b
;" accustomed to' march' out' of the city'ostensibly equally ridiculous; not only ridiculous, but Williamson county, Tennessee, his native and he|soon prevailed upon her to show finished, his time is his own. But the hired
;,, ,for exercise, but really to examine distressing; for tbo compression is nearer place-o as he calls it, his "old stamping him tojthe; house, which was none other works dollars
the country, and make an impressioitupon: the seat of vitality, ,confining organs, the ground. He says-" In all the route I than Capt. -'s, who, although, his man all the day i>r ten or twelve

the people. Fearing an'attack, the people free action of .which, constitute health and only' rob ed eleven men ; but I,preached family| staying i in the country, still occur: per month, and must do what his ,*

frequently armed themselves for resistance. even life itself, distorting the, spinal verte- some fine ermons,and scattered some coun- pies, or has occupied, a house in town.-: player orders to'be done.
been his father to his farm brcc, upon the conformation of which so Mr. Baylies servant the The and
Having sent by tcrfeit ITbrethren ited States paper among my rang ; came to negr ha an immortal:soul, y'
a few miles out Boston, Mr. Brown happened wholly depend elegance and symmetry of The fiend! Covered with crime door; he asked for Capt. The'servant has the laboring white man ; and'we: area-

there one morning, when the troops form. and yet d ring to ascend the pulpit, as the said he was sick, and could not be sured by divine 'that
made an unusually long march. The inhabitants If men disapproved of such fashions, messen'gt of the Most: High Did he not : seen. Mn.Baylies said he would see him ignon
of the country mustering ,for women would not, adopt them. But the fear that e might be blasted by' the light- -pushed the servant :aside. arid .entered. will n6t be a crime at the'bar of God.

; sortie distance around young ,Brown and reverse is the case. The men, therefore; nings of leaven ? He goes on"to say that the bouse.He DEDICATION.
an Irish servant of his father took their not the women, are culpable, although the he regarded this plan "as the sure road to was proceeding! up stairs when he -The "New PresbyterinChurch" '
guns.; They soon came up with the volunteer latter bear all the pain and blame. The an inexhaustible fortune to all who would met B- ; words were exchanged-and at Mandarin, fifteen miles from this

(}. company, inarching solemnly and effect,will cease when the cause is moved.Then engage in'the;' expedition ;" and he adds. so were blows! Magistrates and citizens, place, was dedicated to the. worship of God,,

!.,; slowly: ns if on ,their, way to the grave. let gentlemen cease to admire female My heart began to beat high with the attracted by the noise, rushed in. Miss on Saturday, 22d inst. We believe thu is

%; Young B., going to the .Capt., told him charms in any.other.shape than as nature hope of being able, one day, to Visit the W and a daughter of: Mrs. S--. the only church on,this river; arid'the friendi
d\\ that unless ho advanced more rapidly,they furnishes them. pomp of the southern and, western people made their appearance in grand dishabille. of good order and morals well rejoice -
t could overtake tho British By these means the evil will be remedied may
never : troops. in my vengeance, and of seeing their ci- ; The combatants were separated: B. advance
The Capt.tith feelings for,the young Bostonian and those who were the most ardent tics and tqwns one common scene of de- into his room, got his pistols, and aimed in the successful efforts of fro to

: oinnlar to those entertained by Gen. admirers artificial form,Will be surprised i ito vastation, jmoked walls and fragments." one at Ba lies,,which' was no sooner done the.spiritual! interests of many.
: DraJJ ck.Ior.\ march .heeded himnot, : discover how much more elegant are Fortunately, however, his career of iniquity than the latter rushed upon him like ad-I We have received a letter from a venert-
i but continued. to with militiaporn. hose )ladies; who have been,; allowed to waS'about'to be terminated, at least ger; beat him down and smashed the life ble Jlergy >ildgnocting'anotcanfa A-

t .posity and importance of a ., grow up without extraneous'aid, in the for a season. Mr. Stewart, after obtaining almost out ,of him ; the spectators stand- I intended ceremonies to be published in our

with head erect and at die same sluggish have formation of their figures, than those who from him a full confession iff the villanles ing by.and rejoicing to see the 'f Devil get last paper,but it did not come to hand until
pace.. been encased in corsetts' almost from which had signalized i his career, and a de- his due!1"
f Young B, and his ,companion in arms, heir infancy. SIGMA. relopment of his future plans, succeeded Bdelivered himself into the handsof after the day of dedication. -

resolving nt least to see tho enemy, hastened in bringing him ,if not to full justice, at the law last night, and went to jail for CT: Since writing the above, we 'received
I If. forward. In a short time,they heard [From the Philadelphia Gazette.] least to temporary punishment And it iso safe keeping Medical aid bad to be account- of the services.on the oc

the noise of fife ,and drum, and, taking a There is nothing less understood by a be hoped, should he survive his present for, and, so severe.was his beating, that sent he casion. Rev. Dr. Me Whir preached a diJ.

lit.I short way across the fields' they found largo portion of the people, than the nature :confinement be permitted again to go had a number of fits last night Jibe had course, and on Sunday the Sacrament N
"I themselves close upon the main body of of what is called the Liberty of the Press. abroad in the world, that his footsteps will not gone to jail, be would have been killed administered added to
: the troops. Leaping into the road, they Many people ,have an idea, that because be dogged and his manoeuvres vigilantly by the enraged populace, who assembled and .several persons,

!; 'fired at.lbe enemy, who, seeing only two, he press fret, any man has aright to demand watched by every community which may in multitudes round his house to demolish the church. -..

1 and supposing from their boldness, thatthere I of the editor of a newspaper: the insertion be cursed with his presence.Mr. ., it, and to tar and feather B The Four different kinds of apple, the gro+irof
i '".waa a large body near to sustain of any article he may think proper, Stewart also succeeded in obtaining excitement to-day is this of &! .
I "4 them, took no other notice of them than to;>> and that he has ground for considering his from Alurrell a partial list of his confederates wretch will surely be very killed great.if he The territory,, on the plantation welt

l quicken theirstep; Finding that the noiseof privilege as an American citizen abridged, in the different slave-holding States ; makes his appearance again.. His seduction ever Willis Smith about 35 miles from here, et-
'C their;guns attracted as little attention 1n case of a refusal on the part of the edior. Uurrell remarking, on handipg it to him, of these two brought into our market the day before y
young has
here, as the sound of their voices had with But \\iojrtedom of the press guaranteed there is not paper enough to make a: pro.per the climax of his crimes. girls Itfrs. S.'s capped school terday and found 'a 'ready sale;- ",Jy,

the Capt) of volunteers, whom they left by the Constitution, is the mere reser- list, ,but when .you come up to my upon \yhich she depended for is, that it sow[souk great hdicuItythey werl |0tl
behind, they continued "to crack away"as aUon of the right of each individual house have time support '
to we will to make a complete broken up.-but, oh heavens what fit art claims,and
Every hJ itrong.
fast as they could, when, suddenly, a vnte-and print at his own expense, in anyway one, and this will do until then, as be the inevitable fate of her must one :
t W; turn in the ]road brought the rear-guard insight he may choose, whether it be by book, you f will not .travel l any until you go with MissW.? daughter and one waited for his neighbor. appl*

,,Seeing themselves thus hemmedin pamphlet or single sheet. The right to do me a few trips and learn the routes ; and I have another This is the first instance of Florid :

I'F they\ onto.more betook to the fields,and his, however, conveys no right to compel there i* not near all the names on this list, to inform astonishiny you of. f cause wife of of seduction being sold in this place. The trees do *

succeeded in effecting their escape. another person to' do this for him; and but there U no more paper to write on. I high( dignitary of this State De who has a. thrive,particularly near the tea coast 'ThOj

d .Thia .e.x ur.iou' ,brought them so pear vbeu the conductor ofa newspaper is cat- want you to be ,with me at New Orleanson in the councils of the nation, and figured of, from which these apples'were plucked,**"
Boston, that;Young U. concluded to to led give circulation the the "
to the
II go upon to opinions night negroes commence his native State, with much raised .seven 1
honor to him- from the seed planted
his father', instead of returning to the of others, he is Just as much entitled their ravages i 1 intend to head the self and his
compa- wife I
country say, a smut, since, and have never been,

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IMPT TO MunDsn.-We learn that Hon The marriage of Ada Augusta Byron: I' LIST OF LETTERS, RAIL ROAD NOTICE. JACKSONVILLE ..

T T Douglass,United States District Al. with Lord King, was announced to tak I REMAINING in the Post Office at Jack AND TALLAHASSEE STAGE '\ .
y anal( place on the 7th of '\'
East Florida; was shot at, while In July.DEATHS. County, ;on the 30th
for "
net June, 1835-and if not taken out in three
} bed, about,1,o'clock.on /Sunday morninginflt. months, they will be sent to the General Post

The shot passsed through the win. Office as Dead Letters. undersigned Commissioners give no- ,

and the netting about the bed, within! At Staten Island, on the 23d ult., Dr.Join A 111 THE that ,pursuant to the Act entitled THE Public are informed that line of .
\\v inches of hishea ,'and 'lodged i in Durkee, of Meredith, N. II." James Arnow James'Z. Malta!r, An Act to amend an Act incorporate the Barouches. will run between 'i,

,ut sir Magdalean Arnow, Margaret Mattair, FLORIDA PENINSULA AND JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave this ..
i wall.,, This is the second attempt to take ,PASSENGERSPer Edward S. Aldrich. Arthur McClisky COMP ANVaporoved }February,1835, plaoe every Monday \ 1

life of this most respectable man. lIe'is schooner Felicity for 'New York- B Thomas Mchtyre, that the .Books will be again opened at Jack ,CF Forty pounds baggage will be allowedto w-

of unfriendly feelings i indulge Messrs. M. K. Pinckston,, II. W..Hudnall, ;J. Dr.EgbutS.Barrowe, William McWhir, 2 sonville, at the store of I.D. Hart, Bay-street, each passenger,and for any greater weight,
aware } William II. Bumtt, 4 Mr. Molt.William on the 4th'' day of May, and continue open one cent per pound will be charged for every "I
tards him by any one, and! has no Individ 'IlIoIoIr._" y p. W. J. Burritt, N until the 1st day of August next to receive ten miles. W

suspicion The wretch is as yet un; MAIR INE John P. Brown, ,G. Newell, subscriptions for stock to carry said Rail Road OFare" through, each Wart$25.. ::1

We 'hope that measures will been < JOURNAL.PORT Elijah Blitch, William Norton, into execution. JAMES M. HARRIS.
own. : John F. Brown, AlenY. Nicloll. the 8th Section of 'Act Jacksonville, Jan. 14. 3tf 4'
by the proper? authorities, (to ferret ou OF JACK80arviLLE.; ....!,!....APGmT 27 Samuel Blair.Stephen 0 the By' subscribers for stock amendatory heretofore taken,,

s author of the cowardly attack and bring) E Russell Ormand have a prior right to subscribe for the'same CONVEYANCE FROM .il,

n to justice. A gentleman, wao has visit- New CLEARED-schr York. Felicity. -, Stratbn, for J. Eubank. W S. OlmsUd. 4 amount. of Stock on the New Books.ISJIAH JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.' ,"-
the chamber: gave as his opinion that then 21st-steamer Florida, Hubbard, for St Cornelia C. Fitzpat- James Piles P > JAMES DELL 1>. HART, \ :;
loaded with buck-shottcf which about '
Mary's. rick
was George Pindorvis, W. J. Jlf/LW,
ozen lodged in the ceiling of the room J. B. Fisher. Mary Price, STEPllKfEDDY' s

Douglass,is really to be commiserated NEW STORE.!. G Henry Pagett JOS. LVfC.9STER.. Subscriber will run a good Barouche
Maria Greenleaf
:e depression and fear'e perenced'y': his, THE Subscriber has just returned" from Alexander Graham, Thomas Ridgley S .Jacksonville, March 8L, l$ .. 14 good Horses from Jacksonville to
York with
better be imagined than described. Jl S-- St. ,Augustine, once a week ) to leave this
ily can 'I GENERAL'ASSORT.tfEN7'OJ.DRY Isaiah D.Ha.rt. G M.-E..SlI.udrs t NOTICE place every: Monday morning, and arrive inbt.
... ,
gentleman has furnished'u* with the fol" _T. ,'GOODS, GROCERIES l ." J e" Lucy Sbearmon., hereby given, that the Boot, for,reeeiv Augustine on tIle evening:of. the same day., :I
IS Returning-will_ leave St. Augustine on
ring short'';table .distances. of differences And respectfully solicits the patronage of hii Robert Jones, S. Streeter, ing subscriptions to the capitnlttook of the Wednesday morning, and arrive at this place, .
former friends and customers. Thomas J. Jones, April Suar z. " ; on the route, from here to Hawkins ADIN WATERMAN. Elizabeth Jinkins. V COMPAM," will be opined at the on the evening of the same day. ,
K Thomas office of Thomas Douglas Esq. n' the Cityof OForty( pounds baggage:will be allowed
[I le, Georgia. pmtilra. ,
Jacksonville 20. 4w31 each and for
Aug. to
passenger, any greater weight,
From Jacksonville, East,Florida, to Cam] John Kimmey. W' St. Augustine, on the second lay of No- will for ,,, }
L Andrew Welch, vembCT'next,at 10 o'clock, 'A. >'. and will one cent per.pound .. every:, :
the St. river 40 mile FOR SALE. ten miles.: ,' )-
nkney, on Mary's -
Bourbon L. Lowther. ,George WlI.kl man. be kept open from time to time bjr adjournment ,
'Centreville Camden Co. Georgia VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION of the stoct, shall be (:J'Fare each way$:;. \ .t
ence to A pleas ISAIAH D HART, r. M. ;until the whole II, tl. PHILIPS. .:}'
an' situated, and healthy the St subscribed not thirty
milell-7thence Ware Court-house 42.! y ; tays.
Johns' riper, in Duval county, Ftlorida1 fou; MAIL ,LOT CLARK: Jacksonville, Feb. 2. Olf ii'
'Arnold's 'the'Santilla
les-thence to on Jacksonvilla ROBERT
miles above the rowing town of RAYMOND REID, '
ler, 13 ,miles-j;$ fence to. Mobly's: on, the cotiaining 500 acres, of which ond half ON ROUTE NO. 2471. THOMAS' DOUGLAS.. NOTICE .TO'TRAVELLERS.. ,;

iuth side of the Ockmulgee river, 40 miles- (250 acres) is good planting land, in a compact VI 'PABL ,Commiwioners. SS.'t .,

fence to Jacksonville, Georgia, on the north body, and under fence. It has a good Leave St.Marys everyWednesday,at 2 r.M. June 2d, 183:). 23 i'.
Dwelling House,with all the other necessary Arrive at Pablo every Thursday, by 7 P, M ,
de of the river, 3 miles-thence to. Haw required on a Plantation. Those "
building : Leave Pablo every Friday, at 0A.M. NOTICE. "1
nsville by the road.on either side,49 miles who wish to purchase, can call on Josui I Arrive at St. Augustine same day,by 0 P. M.Leavt'.St. act passed by the Legislative Coun THERE will be a regular conveyance for ',t-,
information GATES, Who is on the place and will irk Augustine Monday at 5 A.1\1. BY'An ; once a week from !tit.: Mary'eGeo.
If we> can obtain correct would every fthis ,Territory at. its hilt session Palo leave St.11ary's .
them in an examination of the premises..- by to St. Augustine ;
Arrive at Pablo Gr. M.
extend this account of trav- and approved by 'the Governor, Feb. 14th,,
be glad to o'clock P. M
TheY' wil have a view of the present crop, Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A, M. 1835, the Subscribers were appuitted Commissioners every Wednesday.at ,
led routes to,some of,the flourishing townd and from:;, him,or the subscriber at St. Mary s, Arrive at St. Marys next lay by 11 r1. M., to Books and receive subscription and arrive at Pablo next day; :

cities.of the interior,believing that many] Georgiamay,obtain the terms of sale. VIA JACKSONVILLE, I for the open stock of a Bank :0 be located Persons, who wish to avoid a night comfortableIccommodatlone expo "

our friends in this section would be bene WHIPPLE ALDRICH. Leave St Marys every Saturday, at 2 P. M m this Town, to be' called THE RAN sure on the water,will Fernandina find very at Mr.,, A. .. t tDiu'
Jacksonville, Aug. 17. 4w31 Arrive at Jacksonville next day by (i P. M. OF JACKSONVILLE.In at ,)
ted by the information. Leave Jacksonville every Monday.et 5 A.M, and can leave Fernandina ,tile next

$00 REWARD. Arrive at St. Augustine same day by G P, M pursuance of which ,the Subncriben morning and arrive at Pablo the same da1."I.
BALTIMORE, Aug.ll RANAWAY from the subscriber Leave "'St. Augustine every Thursday, at t fi hereby give notice, that the' Books for Sub They can leave Pablo every Friday morning 1 1at
for the stock in said Bank will be 4 o'clock, and arrive at St. Augustine at u, "I
RIOT BALTIMORE. The excite A. JVI. scription ..
AT about two months, since, ..
Arrive at Jacksonville G P, M opened in this Town, at tile Counting-n.oom P. M. same day ; leave St'Augu.tine'nery, :
connected same day by
ent in reference to the persons his two negro fellows, Gcorg< ..t
and arrive at Pablo same day- ,
Blanchard & Rider corner' Sunday,
of Messrs. oBay
Leave Jacksonville ,Friday, at 5 A. M
affairs of the Bank of Marylandas and John. George a Soutl every ,
ith the St.
and streets at 10 o'clock A, Mon ,. Passengers wishing to visit AugusUne/ :4
Arrive At St Maryencxt day by 1JP. M. Liberty .
still I Carolinian born is about 40( .
manifested to a greater extent or the fourth day of \ will be accommodated on reasonable terms.Fare
undny night.At years oldi of the middle size, Leave Pablo Friday at G A, M..Arrive LUFr... 1 J. ,W.. J. MILLS, from St. Mary's by Pablo to St. August
'of well t, he stammers so every : ., From to Pablo f 3,
eight o'clock, the house ,Reverdj difficult at Jacksonville same day by!12 M. WILLIAM RIDER. ins, $; St. AugusUna "
much that at times it is -
ohnson, in Monument Square, was at what Leave Jacksonville same day, all I M.. STEPHEN ,EDDY,. There is alma safe boat) whachwill, run !
understand and
cked and entered, the, furniture thrown to he'says f Arrive at Pablo same day by 7 P;M. ISAIAH. D. HAHT.Commifsloncrt. once a week f from Pablo to Jacksonville ; ,
to the street 'and burnt, the interior of John'an African born, is about zS yean ISAIAH D. HART. P. M. will depart and'arrive so as to meet the mall .

e house demolished, and the J front partly) old, middle size,stout, fat,and of a very' bind Jacksonville July 31st. 1835. Jacksonville, E. F.; April 2d,133.::! bod'ol its 'return from Bt. Mary's and Fare the: :"'' ,'
complexion. Both jobbing carpenters. Those itage as it arrives from St. Augustine. .
m down. in the from Pablo to Jacksonville &,,. fare to, :
two are probably' lurking 11EWARD. .t
negroes i ).
A short time before 11 o'clock,the house Black are authorised to announce the name $$5000 C. TAYLOR.
Whitesville Creek WE be at Pablo.
[ "IarThe"
neighborhood ,on paid ,
John B. Morris in South street, was at of COL.' JOHN WARRVt a Can- ,the Vault( of the Bank or
Duval County; E. F., where they have their! Duval WHEREAS Mall boat,will leave" Pablo for Bt.: !
eked the furniture thrown into the,stree didate to represent the County in this"cily, Jim been forced :: Thurs "
nd burnt, and the interior demolished. wives Brown'Qe9eatMrS.Y.Garey'eandJohdat the next Legislative Council,for tiiis Terri open and robbed, the above, reward' of FIVI. Mary's, every Tuesday and return on ..If
Mr. s. day. The leaves Pablo every Friday1for ;
be for
tory Uy 21. : THOUSAND DOLLARS will paid proof stage
About the same hour, an attack was The above reward will be paid by1 Mr convi tion'of the Robber and recovery; of the and returns on the succeed

bout 'to b- made on the newly) erected Francis Gue, Merchant in St. Augustinethirty friends or ROBERT D OELOIJ amount. 'The public are hereby cautioned ding Sunday. .Cm3 ., "

welling of liugh Mc Elderry,in north Cal- dollars on the delivery in the Jail of: TilE () him 0.1 IL Candidate, to epresenl i against receiving any of the Bill of thin, j
crt street, but it is said that a representaon said city of each of said negroes ; besides the the County of Duval,in the next glslative Branch, and of tuo Mother Bank, in which ii DRY ,GOODS. GROCERIES, 'AC.WIIOLEIALC .-

that the property was yet in the hands; reasonable expenses incurred to bring them Council. JtJt1e 4. I the principal amount lost Holders of Dill : : AMD RETAIL' *

nd at the risk of the contractor, induced there,'or on the delivery to the person' sent -, I will please present:, them without delay Subscriberekeepconstantlytlihand,

be party to retire. to receive them at any place'where they maybe THE friends of SAMUEL Kl: LES, by such as they lu&vea as the old emission will be TilE *

The residence! of Jess.Aunt, Mayor olic secured with the proper information given consent, announce 'him sea Candidate called in. The amount missing consists of- they can be had at any store in 71ori l.r the .

city, was next visited, and the furniture to that effect to the said Francis Gue. to represent the County of Dintl l, in the Bills payable at Principal Batik ; following articles, vii s ": \

irovvti into the street and burnt. M. DE FOUGERES. next Legislative Council for' the Territory oi In $100 bills., '$15OOC DRY GOOPd. .

The house of Capt. Bentzingcr was also St.,, Augustine,July 1st, 1835. 2w29 Florida. .' Aigustl I II do do 20 50""j." 17,00(1'OOOOdo <; Broadcloths, Cassimre., Btttinelto, and ,

sailed. him l,2,3,5andJObilU; 1 14,000I' ( Negro Clots, ,and white ilaaneLbleached :
rrreenl"d '
The store of Capt. Willey, in Franklit NOTICE. MR.IlENRY IIARTLY to announces' represent the ( stripe,.and plaid ,,J I

itreet, was about to undergo a similar visiation CLFRK'S OFFICE-DcvAt'Coum, } County of Duval. in the next Legislative $fjj,oot) Homespuns, Cali.oesambnc.., MusUns
,but the representation by Mr.Lynch,, Jacksonville, August 3d, 1835, Council,, for this Territory. Bills payable at Savannah Branch, Silks; Gloves, J? leery, Ac &e. I" ; !

hat the property was his and not Captain persons having any deeds or other Mandarin, June 20.TO'THE mostly 10' and 20's 17,(<(0(() UAnDW. AilE. I''I

Y.'s; was the means of its preservation.The ALL. um nts' of writing be recorded;, payable at Milledgeville, 1,4%!. ''bookingparlorand; box Stove., Bras and 1 ;

house ,of Dr. Aintze was assailed ;; will please leave the money for recording the CITIZENS 'O}' DUVAL cc' ", Phcenix bank, N. York, common Fire S.tU. Lamps, and CandleSticks i

but his lady making her appearance:and same also-otherwise the deeds or other instruments COUNTY.UNDERSTANDING in $100 bills, 15,000 I Percussion Caps! Guns, broad and ,I
her own will not be placed upon record until various (2T;"J Axes Adzes, Hatchets, hammers /1
declaring that the property was that reports ,are in .r 1,75C narrow and /
Door-latches Butts I
he received.it from her father's es- the fees is paid.. Augers, Shovels, ,
having apuoiitment ai k 113 '
my Marine and Fire Insurance B .1
ate, they listened to her appeal and departed Persons having papers of any kind already Lighthouse Keeper will interfere i with my Planters' Bank Savannah. u,172 Screws,&c. &0. :
without doing any injury. recorded,:will) please,call and pay for them!, duties as" representative of the County, It State Bank J,120 FURNITURE. I

The 'citizens were active in supporting as the work is done, and I want my pay. elected, and that I should not ( toattendtc t Specie,Half, Eagle 1,000Quarter Sofas, and Couches, work, card, toilet and I

he civil authorities on Saturday night. ISAIAII D. 'II ART, Clerk. the necessary leave of absence ; I !* r i,000
I A little before day-break, on yesterday Jacksonville, Aug. 3. 29tf Legislative duties,-I beg to say (o my old Mexican Dollars,' 1,000'; les, Bedsteads, &c, &. ,,., i '
friends for whose past and present confidence Mnge, 30J( GROCERIES &. PROVISIONS.
[morning the residence of Evan T. Ellicott,,
I entertain the must profound
< and the fur R. I). GREGORY, me, A libers reward for any portion.Appsy brown Sugar BottleCiderChampaigne
m Pratt street, Wa attacked, consideration, that if again elect'd, I will RALPH KING Coffee, Tea, loaf and ,
niture thrown into the street and burnt.In Attorney and Counsellor at Lazo.HAS serve them;' and every thing ill my power President to of the, 'Branch Bank of Darien, Claret, Port,and' Sherry
all these cases the assailants' tarried opened an office in Jacksonville, for shall be done for their welfare. If for the Wines' Spices, Soap Lamp Oil,;Tobacco and
on their proceedings without hindrance or practice of the Law, in the several purpose of attending the Legislative Council Sayannah,June 7,1835.FOR Flour, hike Corn, Pilot Bread Fib Beef

any-attempt it. Courts of Duval and of the' adjoining coun- leave, cannot be obtained from the proper 'SA 1..1:. Pork,Codfn.fi, Mackerel&c.,&c Halt, Potaioe.Dutter.ancl .
Cheese ,
ties. authority to be absent, (which donotantici s:

At the election for sheriff of London, D He pledges himself, that. all business en pate) I will resign my appointment as Lighthouse TWO, Copper Stills,nearly new ; one con-. -ALHODrugs ,. j t

Solomon, Esq. was chosen to fill that responsible trusted to his care, shall receive prompt and Keeper.Your twp hundred gallons, with a M.dicln Glass FainU -A' variety
"He is the first diligent attention. fellow citizen, heater of the same capacity; the other containing of Crockery anil }Var..,, Books andBtationary I(
municipal post. wARREN. will disposed of White I
which e
Urge LI
JOHN fifty'gallons, p a
Person of the Jewish persuasion ever elec Jacksonville, July 15, 1835. 29tf -- of ai terms advantageous to the purchasersFor Drab, 'and Black HaU, Caps Boots ,and

ted that important office," say the English NOTICE. further particulars Inquire of o. BUD rJhoes-..tog.Ui r with a variety of other articles. 1
papers. STORE TO persons are cautioned against taking IIOTOV, Esq. VVhitesville, or at this office, I
TilE STORE at ,'{.SOARS re ALL of hand,drawn in favor of Isaiah Jacksonville May G. UHf BLANCHARD & RIDER. \
We learn from the Boston Gazette, that occupied by E. A. Co- D. Hart,, for one hundred and five dollars, Jacksonville Jan. 1, ltS35.:! : 1.

t unitingrenegade, the Reverend Eph- I1Z5, Esq. will be rented on fair payable thirty days after date, bearing date "" NOTICE. IT N. BCaih paid for Cotton, Hides,

turn K. Avery, is uow preaching in the emiL It i. a good stand for business, and October one thousand eight bun. having demands against tile Horns,Tallow Deer Skins, Furs, B. swas, :

western part'of the State-having become possession can be immediately. dred and girty.four, and signed by Elijah! It. ALL persons of Mrs. l'LEMJl.YTIE UAV MOM, Orange Veal, &0. I'

*roaring advocate abolition.. Apply to C. READ, near the premises. Tucker and Thomas Suarez, u I intend TIER, dec. will present them properly attested ,1 U. & R.

Mandarin, August 3, 1835. 29tf never to pay said Note. SUAREZ. and all persons Indebted to said Estate, ?

The body of a female, aged about eighteen THOMAS Will make immediate payment toW WANTED. 1'
years, floated ashore on Long Islanda 20,000.1,118.; OF BLACK MOSS Jacksonville, July 4, 19J.j. 2w27 B. ROSS. TN a small family 'good Wend, who unJL the- '
For such one
cooking. an ,
few days since.. She was fashionablyc WANTED. we'Jl it- Jacksonville, July 25, 1835. if
c \TrELL, now !Ir.TholD 1a, try highest wages will be given, applicaUonis Ia
C:ad, and had suspended from her neck the Subscriber will purchue the above V V the longest stick nocks down the sunmons. made Immediately. f'
miniature' of a gentleman.The TilE V>f Black 5Ios., if delivered in I. D. HART. Inquire at this office. '
to lit October,in larger 1333. 29tf subscriber will hold. Justice'M Court '
Savannah previous Jacksonville, Aug. C, THE in July 2. yFIELD
steamboat Boston leaves the loot of small quantities.. the Office of O. M. Dorman, Ksq.

Fulton street, East River, every Sunday, J. W.WORRELL. ORANGE STICKS. Jacksonville, on the last Saturday in each JlAND8"VANTEDTWELVE .

:5 P. l\L thus making a boat every day Savannah, June 17. 4w27 be paid for On Hundred Or. month. In my absence, any business left Dollars month will be paid,
r Boston, via Newport and Providence. CASU.will of various sizes,oo delivery with Mr. Doroun. will be IE.YmEQllYtendysd ,for five or tis good / IM 11asd', "

I I' NOTICE. at this office, immediately. lurch 5., to.. Justice of the P/ace. and line.DDolJa.n.! fit Good 111CKMAN.

The Mary, from Mobile, wrecked on hold Court at the 23tf ,08J1UA
WILL a Magistrates June 3. 2w20
Island the in I the SuoruI of,all description Printed at May II.HTODART. .
green during easterly gale Conrt-hooM in Jacksonville, on BLANKS ,
One, has been got oft; and is now at Gros- Saturday in each month, at 10 o'clock, A. at short notice haadsom CIIARLEH, IIOYT ,offer his 'ttLITHOGRAPHERS, CURRIER,
We business left with o.r: AlIo, Job Work in style, &he inhabitants i
on her way up to Quebec. M.. In my absence, any eie profeuional services to XvcosaAYICJsnd
will t be punctually attended and on reasonable terms. and of this section of Florida, i
0..!I. Dorman Esq. DJa.nkt-Dee.Ia-DllJ.l of Leo of Jacksonville 'and EwsuviasNo.
More than attended the fu- to. S. STREETER, Justice s. Surfeit sad Plfliei4a.rti'j.i.' "' '
8000 for sale at as : ''
persons 'conatnntly York
Justice of the Peace. ling-Manifests, : I, Wall-etrtet, New
; 1
era! of the late Mr. Cobbett, M. P. Ho t > 25 his office. Jacksonville, Jaa4,18351 .
"ace left a,wife and 7 children. ''i June 17. .w, ''f

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-' plying it stoutly to his rival's" head and ,

.; V fi; S'C# j 131/LAVNJ20.! : .U S._ :: shoulders,he "pour'd the red libation forth" THE Subscriber has on hand, and offer ., THE, SUBSCRIBER, having pta

pretty freely upon the altar of revenge sale, on reasonable terms,the following : Southern l1grulturalis from
From the New Editor and
: [ York Transcript.] The fair one fainted-her first love' fled ; articles 1 via proprietor Mr. John D. t"1

POLICE OFFICE and Solomon was savagely seized by the DRY GOODS. n solicits the support of the friends of JU?
and of
; ,I :.--" Beware jealousy,., stalwart watchman, and lodged "in durance Broadcloths,' Sattinetts, Negro Cloths throughout; the interests Southern'connected tith'*

It 1 is'the green eyed monster" that' doth make vile." He gave bail to answer, and white and yellow Flannels,, bleached and CAPT. HUBBARD published this work for Mr Statu. lIe
ii t
jfThe meat feeds upon. went on his way sorrowing.IIOMLIATt1YO ; brown C eck, striped and plaid T jILL run once a week from Savannahto commencement, in th* 'year Legate 1828 ffOJl

A CCTTISQ HCENR>> -A very severe,- f Calicoes Silks, Gloves, Linens, Imported V to Picolata, touching at'Darien, St. thus practically acquainted with theZ5*

sharp and cutting looking character by the P'CTURE.-l\Ian\ be Ginghams, Cambrics, Silk Hdk'fs. Bomba- Mary's,.,Jacksontille and Mandarin. which it should be conducted., Its JJ'
significant'cognomen' of Solomon Swords, justly entitled the great destroyer may ex- relies, Otnaburgs, Burlaps, &c. R. & W KING, tion will be,continued on the same

4 was brought un for what the watchman aminator of life, without regard to time, IIAR WARE AND CUTLERY. Agents.at Savannah. in the same manner as heretofore with terms"

L .( termed one of the "most outrageousest place or circumstances. lly his 'power Lamps! Candlesticks, Guns Axes, Adzes, Freight payable by Bhip eSwJ* 211';slave improvements as his experience may *,

i assaults and battcrrics he ever did see !" the strongest are overcome, by his ingenuity patent Aiignrs, Door Bolts, knob Latches, pl18Sengfr8! must, be cleared at 'Sif(( Custom- As the subscriber is solicitous to male sat,.'

Mud although'Swords was but a little fellow the most subtile are circumvented, and Butts, Screws.. Brass Knobs, Hoes,Sad Irons, House. Journal the vehicle for dissemminatin.i u

. and did not took like one ,that would their energies of body and mind made subservient Pad-Till-Chest-Trunk_Gun Closet- 'Conveyances for St. Augustine, in readiaces information, not only with regard to e '

".do murder cheap" yet said the watchman, to his necessities or pleasures. lie Brass pot pad-Knob'' and Mortice Locks, at Picolata.' lished mental systems efforts of husbandry, but also ..!:.

1 '* he was the awfijllrgt ugliest fellow I ever is superior to the whole animal creation in Knob La hes, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steel- July'), 1835. ture he invites in Agriculture Horto
did mndlo :' for ho fit and bit, and tore and the noblest attributes ; but enjoys one pre, yards, B i Keya and Screws, Chest Hinges, nication, from all and unrestricted cons

q wore' in ,a way 'that was a caution, I tell eminence, for which even. the lowest haveno Cork Sews, Hand and cross cut Saws, ,MACON, STEAMBOAT' pursuits Let no persons one occupied in tb
Knives ind Brittania Plated Table imagine that
ye !" It seems that: some SIX months ago cause to envy him. All the destructive Forks, COMPANY. facts or isolated wlit
, and Tea Spoons: Iron Squares, Pocket Com experiments are too trim!!
Swords fell in
desperately love with n pret animals fulfil their dire'offices upon creatures be communicated. All
I Drawing Knives Braces Socket systematic
tyyoung tailoress, who had just before belonging: to their kind ; when theISM passes Ch ', edge is but the aggregate of humble knot,

discarded her first, second,or_ third lover,' .--- IAA---r-. *** .ff.>sv_u%, '"l>'vQ"tf* MvmltitMli' i"t1I- t intn.- ,_ffnA'V sels4&c. .... '...., n .. jI-..... lars ; and Science, in every department pu
wo aoni ,unuenaico-<
moved on'swimmingly for some time after buries his claws; 'when the woes bowl Coffee, Tea, Loaf and Brown Sugars above take-' -this method of mentality of a'lingle i ezrraordinnrymindl; i

. this ; she assiduously encouraged his' assiduities in unison, it js the deer they ore pursuing; Champaigne, ,Maderia-Claret-Port and THE ing company the public that they have by the contribution of particulars by am

j'' and, he, on his pert, was no' ways when the scream of the engle sounds shrill- Malaga Wines, Spices, N. E. Rums Ameri- purchased two Steamboats, the MACON individuals, and\ generally after the l lit*. I I
slow in "doing the agreeable" to bin then car, then let'the wild duck beware Even fn Gin, Holland Gin, Brandy Soap,Tabacco and EXCEL which boats are to tun regularly many years, he is desirous, therefore,fob,
Flour, Corn, Rice, Pilot llread.1 Butter as many facts to record as be
dearly beloved he watched her the can furnish
; every insatiably ferocious tiger keeps aloof Crackers, Beef, Pork,' Codfish, Mackerel!, between Darien and Macon, leaving and from the planter, who is ; I
i look-he, from his brethren of the blood. But when Butter, Lard, Cheese, ,Figs, Almonds, R&i- Darien once every wevek'with two tow boats. his experimental labors systematic i .
,'Responded every figh, the drums mil, and the clang Hams The steamboats,will draw only 26 inches of failures account of I
trumpets sons; Apples, Bologna Sausages, as well a his, successful
I And wept when she,did cry. m when the banner folds are' shaken abroad Onions, &c. &c. water with two good engines in each. The be acceptable. ':If the last are effort, tl

He was her partner at every ball, and in upon the air, and the neigh of the charger -ALSO- company have been at great expense to place recorded that they maybe imitated worthy the of ben
dance her cicerone, to the theatres re-echoes the and Medicines Paints this line of steamboats in the Ocmulgee and should be 6r
li every ; deep notes of the bugle ; then Drugs, Crockeryand noted in order to be;shunned
the'gardens, the museums ; her pilot and is man with his boasted reason preparedto Glass Ware, Powder' and Shot, Shoes, Altama.haandriverwouldtespectfu y solicit The subscriber hopes that this .
" the of the ,,:ine will appeal to I
, protector on water and on land excursions: ppill the blood of his brother.-- o Boots and great variety, of articles to nu patronage public .This fellow citizens of the South,, will not \e'
and it seemed to be the desire of his soul, his desolating chariot over'the faces of his ememua to mention.HARDY be a great facility for merchants wh< :wish to vain: It would be a rep'roacJ.l.to our Flaate
their the
\ of
Sav ash
< ship goods
that the t Winds of heaven should not visit kindred-epread havoc and despair before H. PHILIPS. to Hawkmsville by way and Mac :inshipping orDarien to meet the fate of the Soupneai Review. (
her face his N. B.-CASH paid for Cotton Hides Deer i .or the last it may be justly saidiJhat it wai'tt
too roughly. As for her, she path, and leave famine and, pestilenceto Cotton to' Savannah.- ,Arrangements -
seemed to swim with the stream of pleasure track hit footsteps. Skins, Tallow Furs, Beeswax, Mora Deer have been made to forward cptton orgoods fered to fall,when it was not only rearing|

and bask in the sunshine and splendor j Horns, &c. II. ii. P. i without detention.,between S vannah us a well merited fame .as a.literary peep!! I
that Solomon ,, before her A GOOD Jacksonville, Jan. 15, 183j. 3tf I Darien. but it was also vindicating the Southern h
spread and to HARACTER.-A good character and its ,from the unjust
love the gallant cause of her convivial is to a f oung man what a firm foundation I No exertion or expense will be(( ared to been so liberally bestowed aspersions which b
hours'with an attachment which, if not the is to"'the artist; who proposes to erecta I give the greatest despatch to goods r cotton section of The upon" us out oft

mpst/ervent in the world, at any rate pro building ori it ;' he can build} with safety, THE Subscriber. of has for sale the following shipped by this line., culturalist"country.in some measure,, ,,Southern supplies App 0 t

missed to be 03 lasting as their lives.--IJut and all whi> behold it'will have merchandise. Agents for the above boats : place of the Southern Review, sofarui

nine and alack I for the instability and insecurity in its solidity, a helping hand confidencI $550 Superior per quality Blankets from' $4 50 to L. BALDWIN & CO. Savanrah. gards the circumstances last alluded to. If I

of this world's happiness- wanted-:but let ,a, single part of this 'be A good pair.quality Negro cloth 3712 c.''pr yd. J. GOUDARD &; Co. Macon. serves as a Register not only of methods

How rain are all things here'below,, defective, and! you go on ,a hazard, amid Irish Linen from 50 c to $1.00. MITCH & Coti.iNS! Darien..: Husbandry, but also of,facts relating ton

How false, and yet how fair, doubting and distrust,and ten to one it will I Best plaid Homespuns 7 yds. for $1.00, J. E. & B., DELENO, CharlestonDec. pine Slavery, The subjects of the deci
Each. 'pleasure has its poison too, tumble down at lasts and mingle all that 3-4 Homespuns unbleached lOc per yard, 1834. 1 the, treatment, the characters of ou
'A d'e'erysweetits.snare.." I was built on it in ruin. Without a good Superior 18 3-4c. Slaves,' are fairly suited to its paves, an

And so I poorSolomon Swords proved to character, poverty is a curse:-with i it, its Silk h'dkfs from 50c to $150, LAND AT ST. PABLO constitute as which topics as interesting and import

his sorrow., At the close of a day which scarcely ani i evil. Happiness cannot exist 4-4 unbleached Shirting 13c per;yard by ,FOR. SALE.. tension any or the can attention engage of either those our abroad own at .

they had spent in most delighful dalliance, where a good character is not., All that i is the piece of 6 )r'ds for one dollar by retail, Subscriber offers for sale for cash or feel. a legitimate interest in our concerns,ib
bleached from 13c ; ;
Shirting 25c THE
I to
and which promised to, close 'as brightly bright in the hope of youth,all!! that,fatal m Fancy dress and furniture calicoes pr yd from, Negroes, or good acceptances The subscriber begs leave, in conclmii

for Solomon's hopes as it had began, hi and blissful 1 in the'sober scenes of life, all 1 13c to 25c!' yard by the piece the following tract of fine, Live Oak hammock to remark, that if he had not undertaken
fickle' fair 'one, after I a proper portion of that is soothing in the vale of years, cen Sattinetts from 87 l-2c to $125:> superfine, l land, on St. Pablo Creek, bounded as continue the publication of this Periodical

artificial regrets had been expended as preparatory tres in, and is derived from a good chars ,Superfine cloth $450 per yard, I. I follows, viz:-on the West by Pablo Creek, most probably, would have been either If
to her, purposed astounding di s. ter. Therefore acquire this as the first White and red flannels from 371.2c to on the North by Winslow Foster's land.on moved ''from our city, ''or been suspend

closure opened Upon Solomon, first a and most valuable good. G2 l2c per yard, the East and South by lands of Cornelia Whether it will be in his!power to continue it

? masked battery coldness and unfounded Bed tickings from 183.4c to 25c per yard, Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty- will depend not only on the Southern I

complaints, then ,broadside of' red hot To SCHOOL TEAcIiERs.-Never deceive Musquita netting,good quality $12 pr ps. three acres. For particulars apply to the Literary, Contributions of
shot \in the shape of rebukes at his bearing your scholars; nor suffer, them to practice a'jsortmentLof I : I. D. or ters. He confidently now leaves this math
in their
under= her fickle behavior, and lastly she deception.Never A good fancy belt ribbands-T- JAMES DELL. hands, feeling a, full,, assurance tJu
the : fe what shirt buttoas-silk-sewing silk-ball and Jacksonville, Jan. 22. 4tf there is wanting on the part of our Platt
gave toup < # to his hopes and, his promise you do not intend neither the
liberality nor mental
ambition by telling hin'to, make himselfscarce strictly and literally perform. spool thread-writing paper-superior do.- e' sustain the energies 0
ladies NOTICE. cessary SouthernAgriculturiil
; :-to avaunt, and quit her Never threaten what yon.do not -horn and wood combs- ,
sight- mean A. E. MILLER Publisher
silk ,
never to let her see his ugly face again or what it.would.bolmproper to execute. sornment f tlon umbrellas-and a good ai>- I ALL persons by Note indebted Book to account the subscriber, Charleston, S. C. Dec. 1, 18W: ',

and above all, never to dare to pass "be Never tell your scholars you will cutoff DUGS AND MEDICIJfES. to settle the or without are requested Persons desirous of subscribing can appl,

twixt\ the wind and her'nobility," or to pol their ears, or do any. thing else you do not ID'The have articles are of the'best quality no credit will be given same at my store delay after; an.d the to W T. WILLIAMS,' Savannah, ortti rho

lute her ears by any more proffers of affec intend to do. and wi 1 be sold for a small advance, for HARDY H. PHILIPS.Jacksonville office. I 8

tion, fwtthat she had suddenly.taken a dislike Never shut up n child! in a dark closet, cash or pr duce, ,
,to eWy soul of his sex, and had mode or say any thing that will make them afraid JOHN W. RICHARD March 3. lOtf THE I BOSTON PEARL AND LITERS

up Jiof.mitW.to, of darkness. Jackson ille, Jan. 22. 4tf ORANGE STICKS GAZETTE.-Volume Foorth

Calmt ) live and die Never allude to mysterious evils or will be for Published every week, by
peaceful paid One Hundred Or ISA&C ,
I. threaten IT FURNITURE
,antlqruu.irgiolty r' '' punishments from causes that :'ARE e Sticks, of various sizes, on delivery The work will be weeklleach
Solomon who haVnot children cannot comprehend. I IIOUSE. at this office !
the wisdom, nor Immediately March 5. number containing eight large quarto p gtj
the winning ways ofis immortal -name Never.spenk; to them about the Old! Man, I JAMES II. COOKE, No. 100, Broadway -equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of twseel
sake; and who did not kxpW quite so much or the Old Woman or die Old Harry. 1 ork, offers for sale every kind and I GREAT NATIONAL 'WRK. laneous 'and original matter, printed on 1Upe-'

of womankind that wOrthy of old tho'nevertobeforgotten quality of Sofas-Sideboards-Secretaries- AMERICAN' ,MAOA'ZINE: rior'white paper! with perfectly new type A
pal9gatnlatour modern EDUCATION is a companion which no> Book Ca es-Tables of all descriptions- OJusd'ul and Entertaining be handsome tide page and correct index Jill

Solomon then),.we say,began in*ooly misfortune can depress-no clime destroy Chairs of every quality-High post and by numerous Knowledge Engravings.,to illustrated be furnished, and the work at the end of the
to look but -no alienate-no French Bedsteads of Mahogany and Maple- : year, will form an volume
to sing exceedingly small ; a n \ enemy despotism enUve. i- BY TIlE BOSTON excellently printed
if be did not feel exactly like a small At home! a friend-abroad an intro ii i- Hair and '(Moss MattrassesFeather Bed ,BEWICK COMPANY of four hundred and sixteen pages, equal 10
po- Looking plasses-Carpet*-and a full assortment success which has attended the three thousand duodecimo
tatoe" himself he began to think that the Q-tton-in solitude. a solace-in noel THE pub. pages.
might be such description of animal urty an orn uent. of every thing necessary. to furnisha of the best Magazines from I the The; volume will contain twenty-six pieeu+ ,
It house. 1 English Press, has led to for issuing of music for the Piano Forte
shorten &c.
vice it preparations equ allol
vegetable somewhere above' guides virtue it
ground 7.
; April 3w15 a periodical hundred
at once more particularly adapted one of common sheet music, whitll! ,
\vas astounded, electrified ;,he pleaded piteously gives ghee and government to ge.nus. to the wants and taste of the American could not be for It.
pub ;separately
be knelt, he entreated, he raved, t10 did! slave Without it;>: bat IS man ? Aspen-, SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. lic. While it will be the object of the proprietors than five dollars; and the'publisher! II. deteo '

swore but all to no wrpose. At last, by reasoning savage! vasciliating A GREAT BARGAIN is offered, in the to make the work strictly what ii mined to procure the simple rather than the
an admirable ruse .ae guerre, he 'got his the dignity of intelligence d e- sale of a New Sugar Mill, from West title indicates, it will, nevertheless, containall complex and difficult.

arms around her neck, and imprinted the rived from God, and the egredBtiou of Point Foundry,; diameter of Centre Roller, articles of interest to ire patrons, which Although the publisher paces no depeo'

burning kisses of passion upon her'lips ; passions participated, with brutes two feet two and a half inches,and'two outer appear in foreign Ma azines.. dance whatever-in the so sfirt oritaBlli k

this operated like a powerful charm pm ones, one oot ten andone-fourth inches Extensive preparations have been entered rary paper, from its engravi !s,yet there '
her bpell-bounel ,bosom ; it fell upon her A GOOD ONE.-At an evening meeting with Iron $ogs, points, &c, as'also a set of i into, both with Artists and Authors,'to ,fur- I be presented occasionally, plates fromco :

feelings like'the honey'd dews of Jlymet- held at a private house,'one of the,big ht- Kettles from the noted Foundry in Scotland: nish. from all parts of the Union drawings, and wood of beautiful workmanship and
fingered known by name of the Carran Foundry, warranted and illustrations of of ish.. beautifully
fAt or the balmy breathing incense from gentry happened to be pnent, very subject interest, Already have appeared a
anA proof, as malleable Iron. The which the
whose attention was arrested capacity publishers confidently believe will engraved portrait of James Fenimore Cooge
Ibo relented more
in or at least by a of tie
grand is three hundred enable them to issue
the string of hanging in the a work honorable' its executed on steel, and a chaste vignette tit
do sausages
appeared to so and tolIJ'SoJomon up room ,
proportioned and
g or graduated to to
acceptable the American
than the engraved bn
by words of People. page
with a sweet benignity of manner that he the preacher. Dur sixty gallon, being four to the set all The American copper.
the ; of Magazine is published Its contents will be various and spmtecl,i as
might call, just once more He, did c ill) ing discourse he had unnoticed filled which, with\Cool\ rg, Vats, and a Cistern to monthly e'ach humber containing between there will be a general, record of Occarre .
again and again and and bosom with'sausages., when his art contain thirty,.hogsheads of will forty and
again eD- be
again were Syrup, fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two ces, Statistics, notices, &c *;' 111
their vows of love' trop ,was.drawn,to.the, preacher who disposed of, It applied for for DOUAM Obituary
renewed ; until at lost > was shortly, -,at least Pet annnm: payablejq! advance. addition to the Tales,Legends.
"One exhorting his bearers "to give their twenty-ftf per cent below cost. It comfnsePortnuts and Distant i
night mUsed up
her in her Biographical Hing7-Litrary-Fugiuv; and
accus sins :. A line directed
--- and particularly their to, E. B. COX on Sidon Sketches of
tomed neat. bosom isii is. Americans; Views Sketches, Biography, Poetry, &c. maklDg+aD

He called at her house, but she was like The sausage man immediately came forward Manager Plantation,),will,Mclntoah be attended County to.,' Georgia', (as. of Public Buildings, Monuments, and im elegant paper for the parlor,and for the los

the contrary recruit "absent without here, take your links, I don't want March 12 provements ; Landscape scenery-the boundless of polite literature, as contributions '''UJ ,
be tallied out in search of her and leave;i" 'em if you're going i to make a fuss about it." 4wll variety add beauty of 'which, in this secured, from some of the most popular Ame.
meloncholly country, will an rican ,
unceasing source authors.
of I
to relate for the (air fame of woman I A TREASURER'S NOTICE struction anddescriptions on in. The cs
countryman sowing his ground, two trm. ; Engravings and> work will be printed na,aswellana
kind he
met with her former character J
sweet.heart. tain
smart fellows that habits &c.of as much matter eau
riding of them reading: as any
Frailty, thy name is woman," called to him with an insolent way one air Tallahassee TREASURER'S March Birds, Beasts, and Insects, together I quarto paper now published ,in the U:11 red
: with
said Solomon, and be savagely separated "Well honest fellow OFFICE'J every subject connected with the Geo ;,States; and it can safely and truly be c
1 the swain and his Sweetheart ; and wellwould ; said be, "'tis By an act puaed,2tst it graphy, History, Natural and Artificial resources the cheapest journal of the kind.:
business -
your to sow,but we the fruitsof is provided that all Bonds executed of the tht
it' )have been for Solomon's peace' labor." reap Auctioneers shall be by country illustrated in a familiar Tram-Three dollars per annum, u t
but for your forwarded by the Judge and popular manner. is i ad
not history if matters had gong paper firmly established-to be paid U1 I
of the
To which the County Court to the
further. But who > countryman replied Tis i Treasurer of the Sosto* Bewick vance. Two ,six months W <
hold fire in Company. dollars for ,
can a his s
like for I Territory of Florida; and that all Auctioneersshall No 47 Street. '
very \
bond by thinking on the frosty Caucasus pn you may, ana sowing hemp. in each Court 1"nr paid in advance. .
or who can meet their best beloved underthe "Dick what are the tat of January, transmit year commencing to the Treasurer on United: Edison of Newspapers tf ghout the Boston,,1834. _1
you about there? said States who will
u>ing. of another, 'and not, like him, a gentleman; to his under oath, taken before!,some Judge, a copy Prospectus and, notice publish the foregoing
there, servant whom he saw of all sale effected by Jum, with the the contents of the JOHN A SILLOWAY,
M Vow to loitering about the barn. Catching rats and at what and amount Magazine from time to time,shall be entitled Real Estate N.Ezdwugestyoet ..'
sheathe tine and Broker
a dagger in his he aril air!" And bow place: and for whom to the first volume Merckanliu ,
Who*curst ambition stole away his love P' many rats have you the same was made. Now, all Auctioneers &*tont Mu. .

No us-nor Solomon as it would caughtVhy I'm sir, when I get the one are required to take notice of said law, and Any person remitting the Agent, by mail, \.[jILL attend to She selling and :):
but he bad no dagger\-Moor could seem he; after now and another one it will maker conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds must post paid, Ten Dollars shall receive six V of Real Estate, in every part .
instituted. of copies for one -and United States. of e
Judges the County Courts year continued as Ion* People cl.e.iro\U $
make his
a weapou name, or else doubt two"Brea are requested without delay to forward u the money is,regularly forwarded. ing from ODe part of the ,Unian to-

less.he would hare done so ;r neverthel, ; down the tyrant;and raise the op. properly certified sad approved, the Bonds of A liberal price will be paid for can always receive correct IDformatiODa.b,

be did do something for the sake of injured pressed to liberty and equality. Auctioneers, U theirpouesaion. sad well written articles,or drawings apprepriat* applying at his office.: He-will rectiveor

honor f be happened: to have in his handa Application iu youth nukes old age corn CHARLES AUSTIN of national subjects, aiustrativa in.- for various,kind of Merchandize, ,deht''

stout cowskio suck or whip and by ap ; fortaWe. Treasurer of th* Territory of Florida. terest. Subscription received possessing at this offs cc. at any part*f the Union. Commmue..n01

14- Dec.25, 1834 i. addressed to Hm will l I promptly *;...i.'".
Lto. Jan. J, 1 Qt1<'





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