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: September 10, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028424:00043
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AOXSONVILLE ':COURIER, [From the Portland Advertised "Show me what it is Jobni<, this rnnnit," 'ly struck tho eye, On surveying tho ,map, ho stationed in tho opposite part Of" the

Lie FCBtlSHKD,ONCE: Atlrat BT'L' OUR QUALITY ,COUSIN,] says she; and so she kept working ntij tcaz- will now in a' great measure be filled up. lodge, plicing tho squaw between them. ,

rr i* CURRIER & .JO.alfyearl. Alarm! ,Peabody has got a proper aght of ing me, till our cousin spoke|,!p, aid says Capt. Back will we believe, have touchinteresting'mformation Upon beiig) asked the reason of this pre: ;ili
: relations, scattered about hero and them, she, "is it possible, Mrs. Beedle,'thit ,you to,communicate, caution, lip mentioned that the Soldier ,F
l lJUlS":" ,." per. year, payable ;; and some of them hold theit headstpp'- biavq lived acre all your life tmo, and rover respecting bis Observations on the Aurora, Chief ,litigated by Ono of tho Medicine\
t a .-Single papers 12 edits., ty.hi9h in the world. Thero is 1\1&\ 10elGlbblDs found put the beauties or this sp>t?"- tile changes on tho needle as ho drew northward men of ilia village, had created a disturbance '

nil; dvertisementa: inserted,;anj contract of Portland, and .her huslnnd is ".Yes," says I, "is it possibl<(?'t &c. The'extreme cold experienced, xrhich caused him to fear for tho'lifb ""I

tb de' for yearly dv ;o4reasonabl, < one of the first gentlemen there, forgo is a Hannah now. begun to get pled,, as jl see wo lcnm,'.was 70 deg below zero of the f/aptivc, ;and that thcso men wero '

lit me.. No 'adve iiJemen : jlibe! inserta merchant, and lives in a.'fine;hour' and plain enough. When her ui der lip logins The expedition 'returned to Fort Reliance placed/ protect her. Ho evaded all farther
lalW less paid for in advance .tr;,* has made a glorious spec in'the landi down to curl over downwards, the -09' no j>ke, in which'placo' ] Capt Back left on the h/pumice,' and shortly [after\ left tho ,
bead it. But Mrs\ ,Gibbons took he -.by' ,the and 20th 111acch1835' and travelled ,'.t ,
ill''c communication, mal/may cast.. She paid us a visit this surapr and ; on .no' lodge.//
tiint Cou { and spoke so kind and snun that sir soon shoos to Fort Chipcwynn. From this station Thd whites stretched themselves
seed to, E. Witu> ,kEii9fpfjthe liked us so well,that,she staid a urtnight;; upon; '
sti, .',:---}08 ;Sw in nil CJlSft*. ..'he'ifi Dtud.AGKHTS and: Jdon't know bowm: ger shEou brought her to reason. And vhilc M was he departed on tho 28th May. and arrived their >car-skins, but scarcely closed their ,
,1 ',' T 1J'a "i 1St (dii'lt11tott: ,rnortheaststorm a pointing--tJUt:and fihowjjng: bcr, ho'i'twjny at IJMSIRUO, na already mentioned\ ont..rs.u eyes that night. Tho, wards"kept'; wntchsleepless. ; :
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nthe iIi THiCotfjiiEiu: : : 'that come up and dr ve bills and hollows and,woods and meadowsit inst.-4(Montreal Gaoeta, ., -t.. oueach ahlotaf" tlwea -aretrabt'Plt; 8':; ...".. ..'.:.:;.J.jIfc\th
'" her She is of cousin irto took to make prospect I had chancw -I .} On' did fol/owintf.. / : __ liM i ,
away., a sort ; -- -- '-' n "a '
hr FLORIDA-oaanrille : ;, round about way, of Maim cabody's ; ha< to,breathe a little. But I had hardly time TilE SUtAN"OAPTIV'FrOD horses wero saddled' in front bf tlo t ledge, ., '

pring'Grow-J. Garrison, Esq.,P.tMMyariroE ing akin-to the Smiths and.Jordans; uj to think how nicely I had walked over thai \ a volume now in the press Carey, and tim party' having armed: thcmsdvcd, '
c .'A._Cohen,Esq. P.M. about Nmbngog. And ;they are :cousin: pole, before the lady burst outlogain\ ; and Lea & ,Blanchard, 'and from, tb.; pen of prepared to mount. Tho thief led out tho ;','
this time sho screamed I Faith, I'd Young Irving who accompanied uncleon captive and back thb
,GEORGIA.. enough tcf come three miles out' of their fairly forcing angry crowd,
K will to cut and run ft thinks I,1 the "Tour to the l'rulne.tDuring ho Placed her horse .
time market Portland good ; upon a ,;between two .
pl they to -
Maryt---A. DoolitUe, Esq.'P.'M,. way, ever! how go.'to do and s all never be able to h'oo my row through the month of May bueicsa had of the whites; at tho same time cautioning, E

fir 6//Jlaimah-S.Edmund Philbrick Rus elI., Esq. ..' with,us justto A'night' see, bag and we baggage., put'VelJ up![,. another prospect again., But it, was nothing called l\1aj.Dougherty'to OttAgcncy, them to lose no time in leaving the village.! ;t

JLein i ;con- no matte,how she came by It, Mrs. iGib- after all-great, cry,and title woo]. It on tho Missouri. One morning,wile there, They accordingly .attempted. push forward '
I bins is blarrin'scouein: ,and so by that means; was only the sun sotting.' It tame: out of a wearied messenger made his npcarnnce.Ho but I tho crowd hemmed t them in: 80c0801y
lei I! DEATH AND..THE; WARRIOR. I cousin the whole family. And that oin'i cloud to show a great red faro, about two had been sent to by a half-btcd from ] that it was witlftlifliculty they prevented
min'utes'nnd; then went down behind the tho Pawnee village, with cllipnco that I their horses from trampling tncm
Ay,'warrior! i ," arm)1;and wear, thy plumeOn all, she is one of your first chop ladies.-; White mountains; and Opt caisin made as the'Loups hat} taken a Shun waion pris- down.' This throng continued, to''' press! '
There's mistake about it sho is the I
'.atfoi .a proud and'tearless brow? ]!; .:;tam of the'pot no in .Portland real, superfino top great a: towse, about it as if. heaven, andearth opor, and intended to burn her attho'stake, '. around them until l they reached tho I lodge
'pIe, 'the lord of the,lonely tomb, and all; of up! was coming 'together Howsoever, in tha course of a fowdays.0'TheAgentdctoimincdifpossilotosave. of tho Soldier Chief. As they paracd it a

lab- And a mightier, ,one than..thou!( per crust.I tell; what up to we had manner to mind gentili our p's our cousin is a right down nit' ,clever woman bow twanged from within, qndnn arrow ,ri!i'
ty :ye .
ITIon how. Hannah, < more than whizzing through tho air was burled i
any get her. Having made a few hurrid preparations up
when she first we
and '
. Bid thy oUr'oTe'' farewell. young' chief I should qfe have ourselves came directly, or one. new ,wrinkle while she staid., ,She ,he set off with five compiiions. to the feather in tho Shian ct4n vo.' 'With
the fn Bid her a long farewell.! Hannah wife scartout of a year's learnt] her to sing, and wantci to learn her journey of three days brought torn to tho a loud scream,sho tossed her:' arms up in '

[ike the morning's dew shall pass that grief, 1r ,at my the first, was sight of her, all dressedout to play] on the pianey, but hadbt tim means.Ob village. Tho news of their viit and the air, and fell forward upon tho neck of tho '
reh Thou comest with me to dwell !'. grow ii| her silks and satins, and shirt sleeves she sets every thing by IJannab. But i object of it had preceded them and theexperienced horse. At tho samo, moment;d loud roar
she did'nt'like our'.enJling'one' another an ungracious rocotion. No rose from the multitude; and two Indiana '

our nf Thy biuk"no.t: rush through. the, ,,foaming. as big as hair meal finer bags.,than It she was ever something'ustabout see before. John! and Hannah. Says eh u you shall hand.was extended in fricndahij|; no voice seized tho bridle] ,and jerked tho' horso'onward. I
But the first Tho ,crowd to I lot them
dear.and love. opened
'CI' say my' my uttered the words of welcome.
deep, all I knew to
.1 And even I :was put ,up to and lov- 'but before tho whites ,coujd follow it
,we-tried to practice deanng ,
,111 timq pass
o'er the hill ceremoni s'on the the little band tho village
Thy'steed breezy ; get along through' the A* passed throigh 'Ttno
nd1ut d i.ng,wo burst right out a laughing] in ethers had again closed. At that moment, V
ut.they. eo.r,thee, on to a, pIa.ce'of'; sleep;, grand occasion. But I am an old hand at faces, and, there was an end on't. Says ] the tops of tho l lodges wen crowded Agent heard a loud whoop' behind '!Jim ,'j t

aI, Narrow, and cold, and chill !" .. your compliments, and I give her some marm she, !they'll nov swallow that with women and children,and at Imm'enso and turning, behold tho Black1'Chief andtho
00'n samples that, she, dil 1't. expect to,see.-- says When she concourse, was drawn, up in,, font of the Soldior In n desperate) conflict,
how. It wont go'down.1 '
Was the;voice 1 heard,thy'voice, O Death? Good lordy] just"to see me at the table! DO I sho insisted it that dwelling'the chief They 'freed their whilo the grappled each stood b ,
' And is thy.day,'so near? i' setting up so prim,and mincing" and taking we was should going comedown away; to Portland upon and pay way through tho fierce and E lcn'mot;, Ing the result. They wore both unarm, ,

toii then on the field shall'my life's last breath, small l mouthfuls., Hannah was, relidy'sph to back her visit., She lIa'sl: b1I1.bo ralion and cleared passage' to the enrancc. and the Issuo was depend'upon' their
, and had to'.look tother way to save Hero stood the chiefirf \""i and '. well
) wine were
' Mingle with victory's cheer!, took when I get there, and take the shine off of alone. They
d. laughing right out. She declares all the Portland gentlemen. Hut she was his alone, was cordial. Ho ishcred tho matched, but the Black Chief tho' advantage

I d.I Banners shall;float: with the trumpet's note, two bites at a bean.. always joking and jesting will me, and I Agent into his dwelling,.nor' dd he turn'a for ho had o deadly. grip thin tlio,

Above me,.as X die! But:I mi 1de well what I was about, don't know half 'the time, 'whether sho deaf car to his request, that tlo Slilan fo-, throat of his opponent. : [
utn iftd the palm wave .o'erny grave,
nIf : the table cloth or ever that M had no to free her, and 'die'conflict ;
\ my chops upon to let mywhiskers.gropvI( cut them power ever might prove victorious; ,
It JT_"' "I.tJ.A: 'fbri: {.J wiring gin T"Uipur Ina t\nb.h r-nm-, mean err_ nnnfr c jdMop-efcnainirjrn-J! lea that all he'::could do would IM!to,esaomblouud would..terminate .fctnHy io-iilm. U.t".t IIuibercfora "

" High hearts shall bum in the royal hall,- pany Then such apologizing] ,and politeness what /. and poking the victuals at her!, Hannah before thtmi that bo would use Ms Influence 1 with ,tho aid of several,chlcft,*In Y
t ,When the minstrel names that spot; ,'says I, if she didn't get enough to eat, hoes ; and that If,they could bo prevailedupon dragging,,them aprt and put an end to tho
nd the eyes I love shall we p'my fall- it wasn't my fault. :And whenever the lady ,the captive'should be saved He accordingly contest.. Ho then turned ''to'' look for tho

,Death Death I fear thee not." said, "Mr. Beedle, I'll trouble jou for Back, accompanied by \Villian ;!Jlalloy, despatched messengers in every captive. She bad been borno'ofl'by' ; the
Y this thing or that"-I always spoke'right one of the"volunteers: from the (loyal Artillery direction, to call a council of{the duels crowd, who wore rushing over the)pralrio
s I Warrior,i th6u bearest a haughty heart up with, "0, marm, that trouble isa plea- who left this city with but hi 1833, and braves d the nation, and they assembled with deafening yells. V'I

But I can bend its pride'. sure." Finally our cousin; had to came out returned to Lachine,on Thursay last, in that very night. They took their Stilt determined ifpovsiblo 'to save her,
low should'st thou.know that thy soul will and say, that she was surprised to fad "so excellent health and spirits. scats around the lodge in silence, with faces ho sprang 'upon'his horse, antI galloped after I

part civilized a ,so far'up in the ccuntry," During the first winter, the jxpcdition that gave but little hope of a merciful them. ,They had torn tho wretched being -

In j th&hourof victory's tide! and she couldn invent bow, nor vbere, I had to endure great privations nit sufferings result to their deliberations. In tho centra to pieces, smeared; themselves.with heir r'
had picked up so much politeness I bad owing to the scarcity of fad, and the sat the Agent and his companions ; and gore, and were whirling her' head and quivering

"It may.be far from! thy steel-clad bands, never been to ,Portland. ,Well.ny lady severity of .the weather. ',On to ,25th ,of near them the Shlan'captiv She had limbs in tho airy: 'r: ':, ":,
That I,shall make,thee mine ;f f bad hardly been in the house tw hours, April], being, exactly ono year olcr ho had been led in pensively., and mado no- anneal.-ifove- "
ask about ho for she had no hope It seemed as Our renders' nwarotlmt Brent Lund
'desert eaadsWhere : before she begun to me. prospects left Lachine, and during 'a. Try, heavysnowstorm aro
[t may be.lone:! ort'the ,' : here in the country. 0,' says i J<, ,, the' despatch comiunicating :. ry sense and'woling had been paralysed by Speculation have been and arc still going

men for fountains. "pine ;' pretty fair, considering. Hay'vill come Capt:Ross sofa return waS dliyered ,to the horror oCher approaching fate. on in tho State of'Maine, this season. A ,

14 It maybe deep amidst'heavy chains, in short, owing to the drouth in tie spring; Capt. Back.: The primary objector which '. The Agent rose and stated hls object to friend tell UI of a story which be says.; la a
but: the potatoes look well, and oru is going the jpurny was undertaken being thus happily the IJlc ting.. He was a firm man\ he hat fact, of an' old lady from Bristol county, 1 ifi I
In some strong Paynim! spent much of his life among the ravage } this that 'doe not take tho '
,to turn out a grand crop.; .fulfilled by other agents, opL Back state, ,, probably
I have now, dull steps and lingering pains, Beedle" she "J he heard made preparations for complying with the but it needed all his"resolution;and all his newspaper*, who was proceeding In tho j
"Mr. says '
'Wherewith tame the bold !" =the knowledge of the Indian character to effect row weeks since to visit somaflendieat ,
I stage a
am of his instructio examination
before, that you was a funny mm. secondary!! port As he there f
the desired object. spoke di-
look for Will ,that she of the coast Letvcen Point Bangor, and arriving within a abort
Death Death!! Igo to a doom unblest going to look reamed-no, sound 'a
Maim Peabody's old sin-bonnet, Turn 'gairi and Ross'pill r. Several< boats was no friendly tanco' of that place, stopped ,( public
claps on
,If this indeed must be 1But of approbation uttered. They listened witha and wbatJwtt
house to
wife aid after buld duringthe began enquire
me the
and out she dragging were with; most activity '
goes finished address j
calm cold air and he i his
the cross is bound upon my breast,' her, through the fields ,And away she winter,but in spring; niliDI that they Boniface replied he had nothing'' to coin
And I may not shrink,for thee!! streaked It, through bush and )prier andover hid an' insufficient supply ,of provisions, :conscious enlisted that the he had feeling gained of no a municato excepting that the Land :"vtr t
fence and ,stone wall ; 'tww neck, or they could only take one wits them, It point, nor dark continued; to rngo atllongor. and' vicinity'
II Sound, clarion, 'sound !=:'for my vows, are i nothing, but no whoa. ,And.her: tongue was not until the month Juf-,1834, that single breast,'in too whole of tho' circles with ,unabated violence. Tho Land, c-

given : was running all the time,as fast u her legs, expedition got to open:'woer on theThlewee.chudezeth which he surrounded the bun.chkf who duringthe veil why blew mo;-:you don't say;txq-ir(' '

,To the cause of the holy'shrine; e' everY; mite and i grain. Sometimes I understood fir Qreatlish'River.Capt. When whole endbd been Mated quietly at catching? Why, has,,roplied'tninalogo it Oh. dear, ,,
bow soul to the will of Heaven, what she said, and sometimes Ilid'nt. .- Back, we believe, icceeded: in almost every body
Ho in favor
my I the foot of o pillar, rote. was all the.world.. ,
would'nt there for ..
But when I did'nt understand, I that ibis river nuns to the -1 _* _** __ then I go
O Death,I t".nd not to thin* determining of the art: tieroff firrt
releasing captive, sending 1 hall take tbo Btefo,TorbolJ'
the understand the ,[ "
made as if 1 did, and she was none wiser. northward, nd we pur- with the ,
with tbo whltea. lh poko die did re
aid and actually
PBIRTZRB PROVERBS.=:Pay thou thy "Air. ,Beedle," ,says the, 'don't you' port 'of ''scanty information which has wild energy, and vehcocnt jesticulation :; seeing licrfnmat} ,,' m '"'''. Rturnloomo'without
him that admire the beauties of the country r '' I reached us, it has its source bo a height of
printer in the day that.thou owest customaryantongthe Indians. During other alarm at;tho Laud rfr-
the evil day .may, be afar,offj lesnheID4Q good used to,marm,".says I, "before I.was married land, about 150 to 200 mile from Fort there was a r silence-a portentous ver consequence-[ arro Gazette. ,' *'

of the law ndeth"'Me thy. bill,-, ; but now, you.know,JhI1t.WOI't do at Reliance the winter establiebineotoftheexpedition of Great Uence in tho lodge. But trbea ,be had I HVMH *' -j!
Guml'tO' t all? 0,you Rroa queer fcoto man playsthinking at the eastern extremity. Euro- finished a hundred throats yelled outcries Some men seem to thiril*.pat* U 1 Jj fair e
Remembedilin of the quill;and the lit oft e girls. I an speaking of the Slave.Lake. Capt Back i is the Fish first of anger, and a hundred eyes gleamed ImalncsB, and that If the/ can;cheat youout I
tIe devils around him,and when thou wed- beauties of nature. "Oh)-you mean the pean who has raited Gmt River' fiercely upon him." It was not, however, of a few dollars or a fW cents, it will
dest thy daughter to'die man of her choice, beauties of nature. ..Barton, 1 admire" the and examined its course to the Polar Seas., .in his nature to yield. Incensed at the op. bo w much clear1 gain Mat thenU There i*
send thou unto him a bountiful slice from beauties of nature, and dwsvs did By Its very existence was doubted by many I position offered to his will, ho raided his' a custom in tome pUcea and with soma
the bridal loaf and by we got tq the top ,jf Bare-back lull, geographers. 'IIe.b i said U:bo largo but voice, until it even drowned the cries of of endeavoring to how thar

Borrow not that for which thy neighbor and aft at once she began O play such antics dangerous of navigation-frpauy moonda Impeded of the whole assembly, and wore by the persons shrewdness and talent for nMniey-maklng,

hath paid; but go and ,buy for thyself of that I thought she.was stung by a bumble by we, and having ,little tyt row Great Spirit that she should be delivered by the adroitness with which they can
J1 the Polar
him who hath to sell. bee. "My: stars," says she;"what a charm- sand along its banks. It. Hve learn to the white ; and be dared any man of play ofTa trill by which another I wronged.

Thou shalt not read thy neighbor's paper in prospect! beautiful,deJgbtfu. ,pietor1ck- Sea, at ,a point, as far ts 1 the can the whole assembly to offer her the fttight But his of all (rractlcce'li the most

'nor molest':him in the peaceful.possession stick! Come here, god folks. This is that coincides very near t>and Arctic assigned eat injury. dishonorablee. lie who adopts it'oobt not
of it, lest thou standest condemned the :rot to look from. fnt that.enchant- to it by .Capt Back the AU quailed before the master spirit, andbocd to esliect the common treatment which oy-
in the sight of him who drivest ,the quill, ing?, At this Hannah the stretched her Committee in London in heir prospectus to the superior energy of? lots nature. cry honest man dCIe" .'' 110 ought Co bo

and thy character be hawked about by neck and stared all around,,without,saying already:referred to. that One after another left the lodge, until lthe recorded with aversion and contempt, But
poor children.A a word, for aha could make nothing out, Farther ,than this? we only know chief the captive,and tho whites were its whether ho be so regarded or trot,give him
and she did'nt know how to bide her j igno- the party of intrepid traveler) had to encounter solo occupants. In ft few moment l the ciioush and he will| MOO h n? nutt-

CoHioio-Tiorif lady ranee. But I blarted rigbtout "Ooooo! every obstacle to Uen polar navigation chief went out also. Ian hour berewrn elf.rope Ho will taw hi*character;and \Y tprolJl.111

.that she was.near thirty.was Ape complaining ,-, I Jggere!" says I, "if tbatdoa'ttake, the i is liable, and were accompanied,led to believeSat ed, followed by two armed warrior, whom it nay,what b life worth without
much older rag off the bush. That hangs every thing.It I immetts ebar+ ',-lb. :
Km who'knew .
sbe.ivaa replied ,
'. equal to cash." "I don't see' nothing by uneomDODll8eYere weataer, finally arrested The Pawnee Loop are the only Pawnee II, .. v I
"Madam,!every day.removes you jar- 'whati it?" their retain this ettttod. Ttuyofcr ,browed& on the
fer : John, says,Hannah sayi phe, progress tribe that yet The Wndoe which fa ,
from,you complaint.1' <*can't with tar the labor of the expedition will their victim to the Great Bur, (the 'plane'Vnu. ,
e Why took, ..p !, you ace How good i* never Jo U:'+ v,h if *: *
!t" "Where where?" There, increase our knowledge line .) The net& If possible,kept in N 10 want ot'much,but avarice
but l'ovea1Y ;
The be h ppJistoJook'doWDODd1o your eyes intended led
way I,and gives a sort of jupe with coast we are unable to-? ; from whata Ignorance of Vu fate,until out efetcryUaug ,l f"JJ : --/iJ.. .'t!... till ,
there, wj offered *
who aufermaJ3ot to whotineia1
o up 1 obvious that a to die.1 The swrifjees are generally
where been stated above, ; ,
the world the then my head; for I couWnt point any has of the to insure a Wuntifulbarwt Ha i* next 'totbolgndewletrcaaou:
; { comparison d ui the ? *** la the [spring year,
has been : ,
would be' so much in oar favor .;bat WQ particular, having both hands in my rock new route opo blink which former- '. .*.**'\; and DOC pasaoa, :
would ceaae to c01 np1ain. '* ; ets. -Bat' 'Jf3nnah 'wouJd'J1&'bO qtuet- Sea,and that the large ,3" 4 H! .




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more potent than this. Over the river's 'Ear c Dow:ct ao'9 Accou5Tor A RAILCAR. : .Our'northern,,papers!, are filled "ith;
lawn the into house without knock- The Couriers counta of me t tings relationitothe
COMMUNICATIONS. silvery sheen, along the velvet -You go a

fancy sportive skips.: Through the noble i in, for tIle door's open, and then you get tion qae.L on.J and, for,the honor of that ,
',[For the Courier.] avenue ancient oak, into a smaller house, and set down with THUKSDAV, SEPTEMBER 10. tion, we rejoice that a redeeming

While on a visit to Gordon castle, die amid these orchard of the sun," about twenty more on leather cushions, among the pjpple, and that Bpirit?
s a! magnificent and hospitable mansion of the disdaining all and then a bell rings and it begins to move We insert thi*week a notice received" from dbturb they cond., ,
r duke of Gordon, Mr. Willis paged the'following the elves Imagination trip, and jest as easy as the sleds'do, when the boys the Commissioners of the Florida Rail Road, attempts the peace of the SOU

tribute to the majestic grandeur of shadowed boundary, BO forth.,faintly The are mind darkness is filled light with slide down Breaknose Hill in winter. Well in Boston, for opening Books in that place, State It, seems to be necessary that ,

l our American forests., "The, duchess led emotions of the calmest and holiest kind. in a .little while, my eyes, Sally Ann, how and calling a meeting for the transaction of Southern sta.4* should be informed *\0
the way to a plantation of American trees, they do begin to streak! And they dont the leaders i ia the great excitement! t
its splendor + that the
The meridian busin We to perceive
moon, gleaming ss. are glad
> -at some distance from the castle, and stopIt at mid go by the common roads neither, but whip are to be wacched: most closely.
noble firs asked seems like the virtuous age, land enterprizing gentlemen in, that city are aliveto Thespirits
;) ping beneath some really right "through pastures and mowing
heavendirectedpathenlifening are known
i four forest trees were often larger) with pursuing with smiles his and orchards. My gracious! I guess some the:project, and that they,are in earnest. and it i i. but?
all with its cheering beams of U the
an air as if she believed they {were not. calm and pleasing of the]cattle git into a tantrum. I seed a We bow that a rail road across the, penin fidelity Constitution. and UW|
and all
I They were shrubs, however, to the gigan- shedding. over a cow i ii!a pacer stand a lookin at what was sula would yield a good profit. It cannot be every'one slould be ferretted out. The

tic: productions of the West Whatever light.It is peculiarly an hour ol excursive a ennui, and! jest as .we got near I'll be otherwise and Tre believe this place would pie at the .Iforth,cannot, realise the stat b
else! we JOny.Bee abroad, we mist return darnbl if she id'nt turn to and shake her *j ; feeling here, cannot realise
thought The sallies of intellect are.interrupted favorable of. termini They the
be the ,
of exfremely as an ir..
home to find the magnificence nature. of the head Ike old! Debby Diddle with St; Vi of those wio while know
.Could Bomo of the English nobility see by no daylight exposures The rus' knee ;'then she wisk'd her tail right A recent correspondent. of a New York., paper ;! :they their 4'f f
of and
some of our enormous livo-oakt ten feet roughness and decay allure thought up stiigbt.,in the air, and If she ,did'nt calls 2 "the point of exportation," at the privileges, are watching, fire bllAd

+ jo diameter, throwing out th it huge thither.glimmering The islets mind,heaven tt mounting spurns this plough' dirt Ofer't1)e hills,I dont know. kl presen time. It is already an importantport and incendiu-j efforts of misguided ei

branches as for shelter and protection,they dusky and darts to revel expeorsho Met stopt Tete Jest 'after this, ofjentiy and more business is transacted The best wajr to check this excitement!
spot, away ,
would see a noble image of their own! aris- Vrhilevf e year a slippin along like greased hold public neetings in the
on the rivet.f non-slaveholJi]
Amid the radiant orbs here titan at all other places r

,tocracy., Among our .large forest trees, etbaps That more than deck,that animal the sky." burnijg lightning, ,and we ray began eyes to, smell what something a shakin o a } hy,4a-t the:rail road from a point higherup mass States; and piblish> the sentiment of themZBMbiX

the magnolia grandiflora attracts most the At such a time the soul is especially susceptible I elothdJ"among the women. ? It 1A. be,said,the distance is not so ,*

Attention strangers It will challenge,a "of J the milder emotions of love. Wd4 bycaby?buntiri all round'efound gTeat anilyill: U', may ..be ,conatrucjed'[ ,loCoohectVwiUl I b .iivrn, : -iTa-ae&latt-tt
vcoQiua fconjwitli ny otb.rjp-nchncea! of The 'eel. utlug lorelineo thrown oyer a Xte spark Is ig'As, A pin's bead right'oncllsbion' the Santailee ,and Suwahee ; enj Y1J'1ghe ptdteclioh of their own be S
rapp&rance, It attains height. Va- nature ''ires it The melodious stillness will not suffer
; the where' an old' woman with a they of others to
risers and be ontinued But bej
by navigation h
ryrg'ftn eighteen inches to three feet in 'ofevenilight invites to JL The soft, mellow chintz gowbd on'that I reckon cost about vaded or trampled The
'dinap eter at the base, the trunk rises, withlittl ,'sulaUes and dissolves the heart-with one and six a yard,had been a sittin.Massy \ inhere is the' water for 'vessels V>f ordinary satisfied'and mutual upon. South raid '

I dimiuution of size and without branch- feeling. Like the rock smitten' by,, Moses' 'me,says ,she, 0 dear suz, I :declare, ] tonnage. There, is-a,question niw.at, issue ,, confidence restored

es, twenty or thirty feet. The branches rod, in. fie hardest heart new fountains'are taint burnt toy bran new gownd. There,' in,relation to the depth of water at the bar of -

I '.p "srre, grtat regularity, and present a opened to refresh man in his wandering Bays she, its jest as I always tell out Nab- the Suwanee. The rail' road.iflrun there, THE BoAT _LiFE.-.When one ge1uc
lib powhich tho ,most cultivated taste r'be -milder influences of' moon- by for nothin customed to the habits; ]
good sparks, they would pass through a country ricn in its soil, manners and hi
Wuld not wish changed. l light mo than our summer heatmay'beattribute do no good us women.". With that ehe of distant
'/The l leaves smooth and shining, are of a the, warm,,, ,generous, feeling give' the old! gowned a wisk round, and for the greater part,but it is thinly pulated, his guage country education he the scene

deep; rich green. The, largest are ;from which c&racterizes those who,wear, clapped on j her spectacles, and found holding out no' extraordinary' inducements, early looks quietly upon
eight twelve inches in and about '" the is there that ,passes before,him( and hardly suspJ
to length The shaow'd, livery of the burnished sun. a hole not ft>;big as a four pence bappen- and when road built, night be

thl1e and I half in width. The ;young At such ui hour, surrounded with every try, nor so i.l.ir; as a muskeeter's stmgitny constant risk as to, the passage o-yei the'bar that any thing is new or uncommon. A ntrl

ones ore' encased in a kind pf sheath, which thing tenting to awaken the tender emotions There, say she, I knowd twould be so- of the river. them lady' :would tremble, with affrightcross t
:lour mea inches to protect themtill when, they, are three o r to nroli with those we love, is to I always tell old man when he gits up From the St. Johns on ''the route to Talla. alittle,river. 'in a wherry boat-and'J'

long, tbo envelop ,ex'pands steal a forttaste heaven: The discordant Independenep morning, as soon as yougetyou'll.destroythings. hassee there facilities,for sail would only.be a signal for',a flawofwkl
much like the opening bud of the are great cone
elements iff the, world shut out and up the steaci But "
arc which bore in it u'c death '*
rose. ; I admired the rail 'road 'track. In former .by'drowning.. EDit
: Often'have ,, manner nought buithe mild moonbeam lists affection says she, if] dont make the' pesky owners structing a' ; a
in which they are enclosed, and wonderedat 'stale jAt such a moment, man, elud- 0'these thin I pay for a whole new breadth, number- ,we'enumerated some of them:! is not so on the St.Johns River. WeH educated '

the power which trove the, integument. ding the, try sword that guards! its .en then I wa'nt'bom all along shore.." ,: ,.A rail i road from this town would, begin' ladies understand managementa

.The silks of the mercer. are,not more carefully trance m entariJy regains the l lost plea- Well now,. ally Ann, it makes i me feel with business on iU whole 'route. .they sail boat, and 'fear not to go in it "i wile

wrapped, nor as beautifully folded. lUreS! of Hen. awfully to b ar,the old jade talk so about man dare. We like this this fort|
places But energy,
When first tho leaves have may grow up. a communication,
developed, on 'It is ala tho' hour for music. Melody sparks, for tl inks I, who knows.but what this
.the under side silken by land in an infant wants ainother tudeh. daring storm o
glossy pubes ence. Sally Ann's feels "sO Territory: -
floats in't air, till, in pleasing reverbera- marm jest ; and so '
Abating this glossy appearance, the tend r tions, it-isbeard far off in the distant echo. when I've got an office,' and feathered my to nurse it, and a,father to ''provide for',it: the ocean is but a miniature. the storm c{
leaves of the Gaultheria procumbens,found 'and When is lawful it take human life.. The master_ of a gallant ilipi
It require the quiet enchantment of such nest, pu]on a new white felt hat and age will care of

;in resemble the Middle\ and EaStern,, States, much an hour, ft. give it its full power. The buttoned my!egs up in real tight ones, and itself.' The bent of opinion at:the North, so may,err in judgement and,sink iti in the d
miniature those of the '
:lia when they first shootout of their magno soul's, bony is distracted by no ,,eensa- go home to'tiive Sally Ann ; why then, as far as'we.have. ascertained,,is, for starting and the,man ,of business may bury his I Idnd ho
: coy lions pf vi While listening enrapturedto like as not Saly Ann wont beta be bad'
ering. ol! from this place! A' stranger might suppose prospects in the depths of misfortune.--
die swwt angelic i tones pf lovely, woman Oh, Sally'Acfa, Sally Ann, if it should tor '
rnwe B when the wife
Hut the of his
: flowers constitute their chief were hitereBed. Not BO-not dollar: a woman, bosom,
perbb the
absoied so
by the necromantic poweof >s next thing'youd hear,,
beauty. They are,in bloom from the last examined'conversed braces herself against trouble,and rises proud.
= moonlit scenery, we,,start, to seethe< would be tlutt aboard one o' them tarns, We have inquired, with
.ofMay of a till the whiteness.first of July.: The pestajs are Orphean,fiple realized. tion old BoJilirne sloops was,, intelligent, scientific gentlemen, and such] is ly.'against t;adversity, the'_ husband must it

",Jy.: snowy The, stamens close Even at lis moment-, how.delightfully Your,disconsolate the settled opinion.. But,'ifwo, are mistaken, any thing but a man" who will not use ill
embracing of
the '
: pistils are a purple !
.color. Aurora .one extreme of the corolla thrilling at the flute-toned notes.'of bur EBEN ,Dowlm'm.' it can do no injury. We will most cheerfully his energy, and endeavor. to sustain the object
; '
to the other is nine inches. thrush! or'r ocking-bird, lIS, she tunes her use our endeavors to communicate{ of his love.
or They l lay by the azzling'' moon. Sweetest and [Fnii.the Norfolk Beacon.] ;any information -

.till are,a very .fragrant. Two or three vvould I most mete bus warbler of nature, sent t d ,A WFUL-BCT JUST PUNISHMENT 1--We in our power; to persons interested We learn from the Charleston Gazette,t
largo with their '
Interspersed drawing among,room foliageof* 'such dark I add melod to the beauty of out Eden like learn, by the rrival of the steam boat Ken- or...i-to, others..i *- ..We> f.-will do-it-impartially; and.: 1hdDUbliClnind.laNaar, nrk.a: +.1r
groves -/ZTpoq' eeme t thd sainted jspirit tuck,,t Ki hn>Aiui-itM tltotnneon;memaki
shining green," the 'cpn'trast. is plauing. uf.puma;?::ftif hd'permtttesl'tPlvutch and, I .tngIiSh ; mentioned, in the Beacon> 'ofSaturday Then 1* now'a ra.if roa.l'construeting' from cited! against. the, Abolitionists, particular!;
They$em'like roses'brriamcuting the head beguile 'some in the Tappan, and,it was supposed that he would d
of lovely who has bur way; .or. ,! is being vicinity Lynch- ,StMari stoTallahasBee. The business freight ,
a .One
woman. !
never ;' "Viewless burg, ,wasj' taken about'fifteen miles from be fortunate if he escaped personal I
lingering there injury.A
,seen them cannot,conceive the beauty of ofMidUe Florida, connected with that of its
such At,starry midnight to charm the quiet air!" that tovrr\\ and hanged -on 'the spot Wesincerely Circular, (says' the 'Boston,Post pftlw
( a tree, so perfect in shape, leaves\ of 1 ust that evidence neighb: ring country will be enormous.. ,The
ample existedof
such richness and such whit EOIN.CONORES .14th ult.) calling a meeting at Faneuil Hall
large, pure,' ; I I connection with other '' .
the deraiftn. of his Quilt : and if such warn projected 'pu Jic 'improvenrintSjWill -
flowers, now on'd'then peeping,, modestlyout of the'citizens. of Boston'opposed to'the
I proceedings
tho case, |is but sheer justice-t-hat--l e who ? : command an influence, and
like conscious beauty ? or AUTHORESSES. Nf
n shinning, : of the advocates ofimmediate emancipation
would vis: the firesides of the afford
:rather than soliciting the vulgar Delineated REUNION or POETESSES: .-,Tbe little town of undffending ffcientencouragementto'adopttbieroute.
citizens of! \he South with than In- signed by about five hundred individuals
on. a clear. blue sky, they savor Stockbridgo, Massachusetts, will be forever a more ., jThere is in,the, river at this, place, a
more of.a painting than of reality. Our immortalized. ,At Mrs. Sedgwick's ,de- dian massacrepressed should have the' bitter cup good de th of water-r-sufEcientfor -yessel was left at ToplifT's yesterday,where

hammocks are studded ,with such trees, lightfulnnd quiet residence, in this town, to lis own lips. Let this instance that car: come over the bar: any. it received a large 'accession of subscribes

growing beside others of nearly'' equal where she; herself;is ever the principal star afford n' ruing to' to the' fanatic of theprompt Good harves ( The list.was to remain,open,for_ signatareiitthe.Reading'
mishment' in'n
which are built.
already ost
beauty. When-first he beholds them, thenaturalist of the constellation that' gathers, around inevitably, : Rooms and at the Globe Inra-
her learn awaits InriJNOTE south, of the,Potomac. parts of he river a good'iancho J. difficult -
are ;
is transported with a kind of now. congregated, we a galaxy age ance Office until
-ccfttacy' of delight. 1z.zun., of female poets, arid literary ladies *- t is about three years ago, or to bl found., Her, ,[* -a good protectionfrom ,, Saturday, ,

t. .: such as havei seldom in our, country at' about thesurrection eriod of the Northampton in- ; stoifci*, at all times., Beside:,this, A great ,public meeting bas. been,held I it

,: ;;, [For the Courier.] I II least, been assembled under the same roof. I hat the above unfortunate'man engers Jho are to take this course from pas-the the Park .in New York. Tappan had bkei

I j ,Now i.i the pleasant time. If.there were ) iy thing like,the English was detecqd circulating i incendiary pam ph- North to the interior of out his family'to Brooklyn and some'':or hi
The cool, the silent, ave when silence yieldsTo Cumberland untains and sheets of.wa- lets.Th, punished him severely on the Miss i Territory or to neighbors had removed from his dangerous
the nigbt-warbling bird, that now awake ter there, it wt lid bd"a second,edition of spot, and t him go. IJe went to Richmond s.1ir., want to find a1 healthy country- vicinity.i

:Tune* iweeteit.hi, loye.l bored long : 'now the famous re ] at' of the lake poets of in a ad condition, and took passage where .Wfre are .regular epidymics' and I ,
.* 'relng which Colerld tIle for this : and it'seems had the fever., e'speak from ATTACK '
I e was presiding deity. p ., rash- experience when we : or AW ALLIGATOR. youngest
:Fa111rbhedthe moons and with more pleating. :At Mrs. Sedgw ck'. we learn are now sojourning ness to to Petersburg and recon-" say,'that,A far this year, there, has been no by the name of NORTOJT, .resident at a pls0called
; Mrs. Sigourney and ,Mrs. Mar- mencehistcrminatedhs cendiary practices which have more sick
ees here than there Branch twenty-fin
Brandy about
Shadowy seta off the face of thing. usually is in ; ,
tineau, and als > Mrs; Fanny Kemble Butler might have been expected.
: ..The Ideal'' pictures of'lmagination, can What a b illiant association of talent [Ed.N.Y.Starreturn Massachu etta during'the come months. miles from here, was,bitten in the'hand ul

scarcely the loveliness and luxury How genius delights in retirement!-in We hav.. hitherto withheld our!individual arm by an Alligator, about two week*.inet,

of our moonlight evenings. Though;: sequestered sec usion,, and :converse with NEW-Yo .K;Auo. 17.-Captain Back arrived opinion. ;Vhat we have said applies to the and- a bone fractured., We understand tW
first a seeming paradox, the nights 'are minds of its qwn]> pure mould What iri'to rnoii. ]Saturday'evening' from whole of t le chartered companies. An error hew endeavoring to get/some water' w"".

cooler, as well as brighter, here,than in the I germs of new, reaUons of, thought, .and his Arctic expedition, and took lodgings at judgme it is no crime. It i* ''better to be a stream, and ...while'clearing the surface
Middle and Northern States. This is to new poetical Ii icies, may not, here, be incubated the City II tel He proceeded for' Eng
mistaken a matter with his hand and ht
1 the seized it
bo attributed mainly, to our peninsular sit'cation by the collision of so many extra land in'th packet''ship North America, relating to,public im-: Alligator ,
f to the trade winds whose provemen, and remain subject to correction was only saved by the animal*ej1,
influence ordinary minds,|combined and concentrated which :Mil* cl this morning1 for Liverpool.The gouging
**' ;Li felt during the'warm season, and to'the in ,the same orbit! May the fruits of friends of, Captain Back, here ,andelsewhere than to stand like a dull,stupid statue,know upon which he relinquished hit hold. 'Tb<

',"';" abort duration of the sun's heat qwing to .this happy re-upion ,be soon, imparted to have reason to regret his speedy b g nothing, and without.life or action: young man is much' injured, and it vajl*

> f ,Its t being nearly vertical. the world. departure to his,, own country. -Rut-. be necessary to perform amputation; Tk
Io.the J invigorating!: coolness of such an I such was his anxiety to'return, that he has COTTON>The Cotton crop belter in this Alligator afterwards taken and meuured

'Hour, uttiTaxoagdYlottt :tt cares trad per- JoinrUwrurtiw-nurse of Washington 1 declined the OIq lalitie! tendered. him at Mon section than it i has been since 1887.. We understanT was -t

pkxitlea[ oC lifennlera to muse on, the will.pass
past., anil. tlM.-"Dea"which hope; thecharmer' passed several weeks in N. York, and at steamboat this forenoon, to nearly a bale to,lxe acre.. A Yankee once told u.;in joke, that be Id
pictures, in the future; and to been visited by thousands of ladies and pay their respects to the intrepid officer.- Corn look '
,t indulge in/too pleasing reveries of bid own gentlemen. Joke Beth was born in the | We trust he will have a speedy passage, ge I easily well,but'there has frequent dealings with men of.no principle..
On the and find Captain Ross under been rather too mich rain. .and, u he wanted-to "make a.skibought
,fancy. cool sunny morn, when I Island of Madagascar, on the coast of Africa a more genial
all.nature awakes with, the freshness of in the year 1074, and has consequentlynow sky than he anticipated when'he went in The city of St Mark, ill' Middle' Florida, their souls aa he called them;and pit

youth, when the ocean-bathed sun first arrived at the astonishing age of one search of birn.i t last year exporte almost 1COOO bales of cot- them ill into a small room without any f uDdI,

throws pure, animating beams upon the hundred and l/-One years I She weighs The U. S. frigate Constitution got underway < ton, and it i* beli red that the crop Will this when they immediately commen ed '.w p-
earth, when the feathered warblers carol but forty eight pounds and is yesterdayiand, dropped down to Quarantine
yet very year increase at 1 1A sat one third. ping jackets, and cleared five dollar apieCl.
their matin song of1vaiser when every leaf cheerful and interesting, converses freely ground She sails to-morrow for ,
to tha
and blade of gr eta with the dia sings numerous hymns, relates many'an the Mediterranean, to relieve the Dela little* can we are informed that but The price of a ,from New York t to

mond drop, there; is a, luxury in drinking ecdotes of the boy Washington and the rtd ware, 74. will be ra.iHV.. ahall have no oran- London or passage the Ptci**
in ,regular
in the fresh fragrance of reviving nature. coots, &c. and when speaking of General I i ge. } 120
With light step the rambler traces his It ill estimated that the exhibition of Ma- It I* coniidere a rule U$140 including wine and' liquor, or '
j way Washington, SAJ''At. raised At n.-[Jour.Mr. elzel's Automaton Chess that 1000 pound of .
as ho catches the first gleams of the bright Player, which seed cotton will take without them. .
a bale of 330
orb of was sixty years old,on Friday, bas produced pounda
day,now peering above the horizon Editor. -The following is an anecdote when cleaned. '
r, to gladden the drooping heart of man. taken from a new work called '" the almost incredible sum of one mil /I We underetandfsaysthe( Richmond Compiler
lion eight hundred and eventy.tive dollar*, j ,) that the Bum of twenty thousand do -
But mom with all ,its pleasures! must Doctor. and that TH*: Now TOM SUIOAT Mowrwa tf
it NiwThi
played twelve thousand five : lara bas been made up its New Orlean :
> yield to our moonlit eves,-those Italian u Well), Mr.Jackson,"said a Clergymantq hundred games or chess II- i. the title of a weekly paper, which a reward to be paid for the delivery of A*"
moonlights Luna's silvery light his parishouer, "Sunday must be a blessed we receive "
\ regularly and which i* highly thur Tappan, the eele1>rated Agitatorupe
throw its charm over the quiet bosom pf day toYou. You work bard six days, bDEI ITny a law of the State of honorable to its conductor, It ia on th levee in that city.Tappan' will! **:>
nature. The sky U clear and and elegantly
: transparent} the seventh you coma to church. Maryland, the City of Baltimore i it boundto find that wealtb wiUB
< the air pure and fragrant;.the breeze gentle .i Yes,sir, "said Jackson," I work hard all make good to i individuals all the damag. printed,and editorial. article evince talentand enable him even his extreme quiet and he cal

and refreshing i the light dimly bright, I the week, and then I comes to Church, es they !have suffered by the mob. ,The industry, It i*' conducted by SamuelJenk himself realize toreposeis IOme'ofthe appnbenaa0s\

nand we land:seam Earth suddenly has to have awoke in I sets me down' cocks up U111 legs' and tAinli"noW.1t amount by rough estimation,,ia not much Smith, Eaq. We most cheerfully re- which he baa been instrumental in ip1i1

fairy "no enchantment. ".. i. ; ., short o $150,000. ," 5' 5 ''IQ.; .. c mmend'1ihe' '"- 'intelligent, wliDipu.b1ic.y" .. ing on others.ittf?. :* : u' '* '
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A white man ,named Reuben-CrandeU, FOR SAVANNAH.. WE are authorised to announce the name LIST. OF LETTERS, NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. ,

las arrested in Georgetown on Tuesday The schooner ARiEL;John W. of,COL. JOAN IVARREffj, as a Can in the Post Office at Jack ., ____
Lning, by two ,of the: Police[ ,officers of .6 Richard, Master, will sail for the didate to represent the County of Duval, in REMAINING, County,ion the 30th j

his city, Messrs. Robujsoa and Jeffers, above port about the 15th inst. the next Legislative Council for this Terri. June 1835-and if not taken out in three .

Wl committed to prison, oi a charge of For freight or passage apply to the Masteron tor7' Mal 21. I months, they will be sent to the General Post I I

laving been engaged in circulating incen- board, or at this office. Office as Dead Letters. THERE will be a regular conveyance for ;
friends '
publications among the negroes olle Sept. 0. THE of ROBERT M3ELOW 'A M once a week from t.'Dlar '.f \.
liary'District lIe was exam:bed yesterday him as a Candidate to npresent James Arnow James 2. Alaitalr, Geo., by Palo to St. Augustine leave St.'

Afternoon before Mr. Justice Coote, Mr. PROCLAMATION- the Council.County of Duval,in the 'next Lerislative Magdalean Arnow, Margaret Mattalr, Maty's every IWednesday( 0'clock, P4 M,.

attending for the tfnited'States.: Tho By George K.: Walker, S Florid, anct".Acting I Jun4. Edward S. Aldrich. Arthur McClusky, And arrive at Pablo next (day.
Key Governor of B Thomas Mcintyre, Persona, who wish to avoid a ,
lamination took place in the jail, and we THE friends of SAMUEL ElGlES, by Dr.Egbut S. Barrows William Me Whir, 2 sure on the water,will find very comfortable
Election the ,
lave not learnt the result, further than thatough' WHEREAS, an was on consent, announce him as a Candi William II.,Burntt, d !\Ir.Mott. accommodations Fernandina. |t Mr. A..
appeared in evidence!) to authorisee in May, 1835: for theelection date to represent the County of Dun 'in the W. J. Burritt, N Dias'j rand can leave Fernandina the. next i

foil commitment of the prisoner for of'the United of a Delegate States to for the the next Territory Congress of next Legislative Council for the Teritory of John P. Brown, William G. Newell)), morning 4nd arrive at Pablo the same day.- i

tial. Nat. Int, Aug. 12. Florida and whereas at, said election 'JOSEPH Florida. Aurustl. Elijah Butch, William Norton, ,They cart leave Pablo every Friday morning
i *j _r ... t y ; I John F. Brown,, Alen Y. Nicholl. at 4 o'clafck, and arrive at St. Augustine at 6, I
j A young man named Georg; Pollock, votes M. WHITE than received other individual a greater, nunber as of MR. HENRY HARTLY announce him Samuel Blair. 0 P. M. sa Ie day) leave St. Augustine every' ,
clerk in the of any -appears as! a Candidate 'toirepresnt'the E Russell Ormand Sunday/ and arrive at Pablo same day. ,
employment j
If Boston, a by the returns legally made to me t
Baker & Co. of that who County of Duval, in the next Legislative. Stephen Eubank. W S: Olnisted, 4 Passe gers wishing to visit St Augustine \
lliphalet city
Now, therefore, in pursuance'of hw I do Council for this Territory. J F P will be/a commodated pn reasonable terms. ,
fan been missing for several days, and was the said ,Joseph r.nVhite 11"11"'Mandarm f \ Fare trim J
hereby proclaim June 20. Cornelia C. Fitxpat- James Piles, St.Mary' by Pablo to Sti,Angus
vertised as supposed to be drowned, has elected ,the from this B* tine From III
duly Delegate lerritory rick, George Pindarvis, $1.: St.) Augustine to Pkblo $3.'I'flAM i I ,
gecn discovered to; have rojbed his em- to the next Congress of the:United States. TO THE CITIZENS OF DtVAL .J.T u.T r&t she_'. Mary Price t aucni ie UIBU ttlaf\u fllftAa BUIO lwwt uuai M1llK WI11CI1 .Will*!11 lull \ t
mployers of about $8000, and, of course, I Given under my hand this 28th day of COUNTY. \ | G i once nf week(From Pablo to Jaeksofvi11e'and
Vis accounts for his being n,n ut invent Ill. I August, A. D. 183:>. G. K,WALTER.X100 Matia Greenleaf, ,llenry L | will depart and arrive ''so as to meet the mail'
for a considerable period previous to his ) TTNDERSTANDING that f eportJ krejn AlexandefGrahain.II ., Thoma i boat on its return from St.-Mary's and the t,
REWAtD, J 'circulation, that my; ,appointjjfent'as 7 as it arrives from St. Augustine., 'far
Renting himself! ; he lujtt been i in the hab- \ stage
tmakltJt. !Gts6'Ga161totJ4Uiebobksofe !, : TJ1'SCAPED from the Jail blfiXlonroe): CouriJJ duties Light-house as representative Keeper will h9terfete of'Te $& my Isaiah D.HarVx j jJ G ? ...., from'Pablo to Jacksonville, Il&t AlUWUobi'ptldatPablo \ ,
; County t .- TAltifi
( firm. ty, Southern District of/Florida/ a prisoner elected, and that I should not ((probably Lucy, She on, -t7e ,
j by the name of JAMES S. SIMONIES, the leave of absence to attend) get Robert Jones, S. Streeter CTThe Mail boat will lea \Pablo hr St.Jofr .
If Go AHEAD."-Col Crockett the hunts- who_was committed to my custody on time necessary duties-I beg ,to old, Thomas J. Jones, April. Suarz.V ilary'd every Tuesday and return on Taursay. -t"' '
Legislative '
Lan, has been defeated in his election for indictments found by the grind jury of sail friends for whose, past'and\ 4y present to'my confi Elizabeth Jinkins. The stage leaves Pablo every Friday 1",*
Congress, by a HUNTSMAN, by small raa- County, oa the several charges of murder, dence in me, I entertain the 'nost profound K Vrmilya. for St. Augustine and returns' on the'succe' .-- v .

rity.' It is, however, but, a change of: piracy, ant' larceny,'and made his escape by consideration,- that if again e'ected I"I will John.Kimmey y ,: N ding, Sunday. |, 6m3 )J
means of Use keys on the night of the 14th LI Andrew tiYICII,
Mr. HUNTSMAN'S principles are ; them and !
Tie lames same, as a Davie's-both White men. W' inst. lIes a native of New Hartford,(Con.) shall serve be done; for every their welfan.thing in, my If for power the Bourbon L. Lowther. I ,George Waeman., JACKSONVILLE, I fr' '\ )

auld have liked that the Colonel- had a mariner]: and has been for several years in purpose of attending the Legislative,Council ISAIAH, D. HART. P. M. AND ,TALLAHASSEE' &TAGE.THE .
believe him command of trading and wrecking vessels, leave cannot be obtained fnm the I \. \
cceeded as equally as proper
: we. and at ore time commanded tha Schr. Lydia authority to be absent, (which Ido: not anticipate MAIL ARRANGEMEITS, "
ho is in life-
onest in private as public
Philadelphia. He is about of
thirty years
)"I will resign my appointiient Light. ON ROUTE NO. 2471. "."
oqualities not always found combined, age,, fife feet five or BIX ,inches high, has adowncast house y :,
ese days, in one.-[Republican.I guilty look, dark sa'low complex. Keeper.Your fellow citizen VIA P ULO. Public informed .that- a line of '
ion,but from close'confinement for several JOHN VARREN." Leave St. Mam W c ne.dall1t2P.M. ;
every Barouches will''' between ,
I The following compliment_was paid to months had become somewhat pale,has are Arrive at Pablo every Thursday 7 P. M. Tallahassee and Jacksonville.run to leave this

I young American Surgeon, now at Paris, markable scar on his head and some scars $00 'REWARI.RANAWAY.fren., Leave Pablo every Friday, at 6A M. >laoe Monday. *' 1)i
tod on a professional tour throughout Ku- about his face. lie is well known in New the subscriber Arrive at St. Augustine same daY, 1 G P. M. [EPForty every pounds baggage will be allowed'to ,
JDpe with Professor Valentine Motte. York'where his wif connexions reside., Leave:Augustine every Mondr at 5 A.M. \
each and for weight,1me
about two konths passenger, any&greater
above reward if he is since, .
I will the
secur P."M.
give Arrive at Pablo G
same by
Baron in'Chief: to the day will be for
[ Larrey Surgeon cent charged
his two flows Georgeand per pound everyten
ed Jail in the 'United States or the negro Leave Pablo ,,
ospital Invalids in Paris tookfrom his in'o.ny John. every Tuesday, at C i.M. miles., 'Vr,* '
same reward with'all, reasonable expenses if 'Geoge; a South Arrive at St. Mary. next by 1 A. M. ,L, r
at bis Badge of the Legion of Honor,antesented delivered to me at Key'West. Carolinian bon is<: about ,'\40 day CTFejre through, each way t$ +. >
it to Dr. J. W. Schmidt, Jty in years old of the middle size, VIA JAtJtIOX iLLn. .JAMES, Mt UARRIS.! >! *

[mpliment, of his Surgical attainments." THOMAS EASTIN, U. S. Marshal.. well' built, he stammers 'so Leave St Marys every Saturday, at 2 P. M Jacksonville, Jan. 14. : a 3tf ,. .

'Key West, July 25, 1835., much that at tins it is difficult Arrive at Jacksonville next day bG I'. M. I 7

For Governor of Tennessee there were to understand what he buys Leave Jacksonville'every Monday tt 5 A.M.: CONVEYANCE FROM i
NEW STORE. is Arrive at St. Augustine same day tj G P. M. JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.
ee candidates: Gen. Carroll, the present John; an African born, aW 23 years ,
ovemor, Colonel Newton Cannon, and THE Subscribes has just returned from old, middle size,stout, fat,and tfi very black Leave St., Augustine ,every ThuaJay, at,CA. : 1)i
[ VV. Of theses the' first York, with a complexion. Both jobbing carp ters. Those M., ,
arry Humphreys.
Arrive at Jacksonville same day G P. M. :
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRY'GOOIS two negroes 'are probably Inking in the ly
favorable to the Baltimore nomination of:
Leave Jacksonville Friday it &[)A. M.
Whites vilfe every
of ---- -
Creek -
neighborhood f
Presidential candidate ;fthe" two 'others GROCERIES; fa __ Duval County'E.' F., where ,UB have their, Arrive" At St Mary. next day by P. M. Subscriber will rune good Barouche '

Ijainst ;it The' following returns, of this And respectfully solicits the patronage of his wives. George at Mr S. Y. Ga:;y'ii and John CIIOM RQCTK-VIA ST. Joim'iBr.urr. THE good Hone from'Jacksonville to,

flection are all that bftverench d\is ; Car- former friends and customers. at Mr. Brown. Leave Pablo every Friday, at G A'M.'' St. Augustine, once a week *, to leave this; ,
Cannon 7935 750. ADIN WATEBMAN. Arrive at Jacksonville tame day ty 12 M. In j' ,
)1)114617 ; ; : lace every Monday morning, and arrive
6 The above reward will be by Mr:
1 rid Leave Jacksonville same day, at 1 P. M. the' of the
Jacksonville_ Aug. 20. 4w31 Francis Gue, Merchant in St ', ne-1 St.Augustine on evening same day.
So 'have been'the recent ; L iluJus Arrive at Pablo same day by 7 P M. Returning\ -will leave St. Augustine on:
great importa- thirty dollars on the delivery te jail of ,
oils into the port of New York, that :the FOR SALE. x I said city of each of said negroes;besides the Jacksonville 31st. 1835. Wednesday morning, and arrive at this place
July the
the ,
on evening same day. ', 'I
erks and 'officers of the Custom House VALUABLE PLASTATioih" >lea- reasonable expenses incurred t) bring them will b1allowedr rvs..
re said to' be absolutely. overwhelmed A .'antly sltuated'and healthy o. the St. there, or on the delivery the heraon' sent orForty poundsbrQgage
RAIL ROAD NOTICE. each tr greedgLtlght'
to an4 X
thejrjliitieA-It-It.ia stated.thatibejCusn -. John In Duval ,county.) locid four: to receive them at anjplaco .*they may '0.n1l'er passenger pound will be charged for every cone .
| \lI Use is ,constantly filled, with ,iner- miles above the, growing town of Jacksonville be secured with the proper' inforrmtion given i ten miles. '

\antS:and others, [who, have to wait, for containing 500 acres, of which Ole half to that effect to the said Franci Gue. IDFare:: each way$5.: '

sat the desks before they can be serv- (250 acres) is, good planting land bas in i com M: DE FOU RES. H. II. PHILIPS. "
.. .
and under fence. It good
pact body, '
Dwelling Houge,with all the other necessary St. Augustine, July t, 1835. >w20! nnilE undersigned Commi..ionfragiveno* Jacksonville, Feb.2. Ctf :
j JL, tice that to the Act entitled '
t Plantation. Those pursuant :
buildings required on a GItOCEJUES"'V.
\tr. Dorr of Boston the American ConI '
who wish to purchase can ''call on .OSIAH NOTICE't I I'IS An Act to amend an Act incorporate the I )
at Buenos Ayres, has been beaten by a GATES, who is on the place and wll aid hereby given, that the Books f r receiving FLORIDA PCNUIULA: AND JACKSONVILLE: RAILROAD W110LE1ALE: AID RETAIL V1

aM:soldier upon the public square of that themin, an examination of the' premses.: subscriptions to the capital sick of the COMPANY wile" February 15,1835, Subscribers k ep constantly on hand, i
tyr- The blacks'everywhere seem resolv- They will have a view of the 'presen crop, "SOUTHERN LIFE INSURAN'E: AND that the Books again opened at Jacksonville THE offer for sale, pn as'good terms u

to put down 'aristocracy of color.- and from him,or the subscriber at St.flary s, TRUST COMPANY," will be, opeied! ,at the } at the store of I. D. Hart, Bay-street, they can be had at any store in Floridathe1 I
the United ,States, unfortunately, they, Georgia,may obtain'the terms of sale. office of Thomas Douglas, Esq. in the Cityof on the 4th day of May, and continue open following articles, vll tDf1Y '*' '
II. St. the. dy of No- until the lit day of August next to receive I .
e aided by a powerful political part WHIPPLE, ALDR Augustine, on second .aid' GOQDS. /"
4wJlNOTICE. vember next, at 10 o'clock, A. Mand will subscriptions for stock to carry Rai.Hoad( Sattlriette"aridrNegro !
Jacksonville, Aug17. '
; be from time'to time b into execution. Broadcloth., Cassimeres,
kept adjournment
IA: gentleman who arrived from Albany open ] :
ports'' that 'the steamboat Constellation until the whole,, of the stock ihall be By the 8th Section of this amendatory Act, bleached' Cloths brown, green check, red,and stripe white and Flannel,plddtIlomerpune I
subscribed ; not thirty'dyt.. the subscriber for stock heretofore ,taken, ,
'near Van Wie'a Point Cambric.
tEe 'rocks Calicoes MUUD' "
non, CLARK
have subscribe for pie fame .
id was sodamaged 'as to be unable, to Jacksonville"August_3d, 1831.5 ROBERT RAYMONDaEID,' amount a prior of Stock right on to the New Books.: Silks, Glovei, lloUery, rice ".. ,. 11', ,

ach this city, and was run :ashore and persons having any .deeds or other THOMAS DOUGLAS ISAIAH D. IMRT. HARDWARE., <'x; :"

[ink.--[N. Transcript.: i ALL of writing to be recorded, Commiuoners. JAMES DELL, Cooking,parlor and box Stove., Brass and! II i

: will please leave the money for recording the June 2d, 1835. '" 23 W. J. MILLS.vnnv common Fire BetU Lamps, and Candle'
The Kentucky election is passed. Thebneral same also-otherwise the deeds or tther instruments O"J" JX JJX .1 t-ttJU I Sticks, Percussion Caps, Guns, broad and r '

result is that, out of the 13 Repro-I will not be placed upon'.ecerd until' NOTICE.: JOS.B.LJXG9STER. narrow Axes, Adies, Hatchets Hammers.

htatives of Kentucky: in Congress, nne the fees is paid. T>Y An act passed by the Legisiatre CounJL ,Jacksonville, March 31, 183., 14 Augers, Shovels, Door-latches, Butta and 1 j

hilts are chosen and two administration Persons having papers of any kinc already >':cil of this Territory, at its.lat session Screw.,&c. &.c. < W i" .

eat leaving two districts,flou tful. recorded, will please call and pay br them, and !approved by the Governor Iebv 14th, 20,000 L11S. OF BLACK MOSS FURNITURE. 'tfc1 !

as the_work is done, and I want my ay., 1835. the Subscribers were appoined Com WANTED., Sofas, and Couches, work, card, toileLwd'dining ,
It that the Royal family of Eng- missioners to Books ana _receive sub '
appears 'ISAIAH D., HART, Clerk. open Subscriber will the above Tables, Washstaods, Looking'Glai*
lnd continue hostile to.the minis- scription for the stock of a Bank t*be located THE purclaee '"
present 29tf Bvditeads &c, & 1WGROCERIES : to
delivered set ,
Jacksonville Aug. 3. of Black Moss, ;f in ,
this Town be BANK ,
in to called TLE
7, and that the King has shewn his own '
OF JACKSONVILLE.:. Savannah previous to lit October: in large & PROVISIONS.! i i 1
ste to their measure. on several recent R.' B. GREGORY mall quantities, BottleCider .
or CoffeTea, loaf and brown Sugar, ;
ions,'with very little ceremony. 'Attorney and Counsellor at Lav.HAS hereby In pursuance give notice of, that which the the Books Sibicribers fur Subscription J. W. }ORRELL. ,Champalgne? Claret, fort, and Bherry j! ,

lit is contemplated to 'constrUct"a Rail opened an office in,Jacksonville, for for the stock in said Bam,; will be Savannah, June 17., 4w27 ,Winei' Spices, Soap Lamp Bread Oil, Bealand Tobacco ,t '1," ,

load from the town Wetumpka -to the practice of the Law in the several opened in this Town, at the Countingg-Boom -iIJ i
lurowgate Courts 'of Duval and of the adjoining coun- of Messrs. Blanchard ,& Rider, corner oi NOTICE., PorkCudfiJMackerelaitliihPOWO.I S 'j'I

Springs. Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 .'cl ck.,A. M TUG subscriber will hold Juilict's Court .
I The greatest Anti-Slavery agitator in the ties.He pledges himself, that all'bumuieis ;;entrusted on the fourth day of May next the Office of 0: M. Dornun,'Kq. in -ALHOll frt\ L,

fork! is O'Connell. to his care, shall receive prompt/and w. j. MILLS; Jacksonville, on the last Saturday in each Drugs. Medicine, and P.Intat-AWsaty/;, : +
I I BBHHHllM diligent attention. WILLIAM'RIDER.STEPHEN : month. In my absence,' any business.. left of Crockery and Glass Wa/". IWok \(. ':
v 2Dtf EDDY with Mr DornMtt; will be punctually attended Stationary, a laree aeeortinenl?eCDrab f "'H'
DEATHS Jacksonville, July 15,1635. f Black Hits Capp tW: tDdi f '.
I Justice of the Peace Bboe -together with variety tber, sew i itlc1
I la Alachua County,Florida, Q the 3d i inst. STORE TO 'LT. ._ Cfnnodtnontrt' 'f" I ,
I.MXLIBDA, wife of Mr. Simeon Dell, for STORE at }jlAJnARis. re. Jacksonville, E. F. April 24, 33.J. June'" 3. 23tf .: BLANCIIAJ i1t PER. 1,
TilE -
nly of Northfield, Massachusetts aged 35 Co- '
occupied; E. A. NOTICE. Jacksonville, Jan 1,1 "
m. The,deceased was a worthy memberthe anted on fair FOR SALE. ,
will be
HEIf, Esq. 1114e.
cautioned QT: Ii. a. -Cuh psi J or Co\to'1 ,
Methodist church and taking
wu an eras.to terms. It is a good stand or.buaineu! and Copper Stills,nearly ne ; one con. ALL.perlOn. are against )"un
; n.I,
Horns Tallow PalwaxtMr
t her profession. She was a kind and TWO hand,drawn in favor of Isaiah ,.Jetr
be had immedisielApply with
possession can / two hundred galloti, a ,
tiM wife,and affectionate mother,and her D. Hart, for one hundred ,and five dollars, Orange reel. ,r ..
C. READ tie premisee. heater of the same capacity; the Bother containing B. &R
to ,
will be felt and mourned by a large cir- near whictiwUJ be navable thirty dart after date bearing date ,

of Mendel, who -loved her for her virtues Mandarin, August 3, 183.1. I 29tf fifty advantageous gallons, to the rchuer.ditpoeedof October eighteenth, one thousand eight bun. a, 1
d amiable quaIi Communicated.. terms dred and thirt.four'and signed by Elijah R. CANTED.IN lj
, NOTICE. For further particulars inquire of O. BCDuoTOi Tucker and, Thorny Buarez u 1 intend a small f/bllr/ a good Wml, *ho uo. 4: Ii
Esq. WhitesvUle. or at this office. said Note. dertandfooking. For eueh an ou.tY" ,;"' { j
FIST FLORIDA RAIL at the never pay
ROAD hold
a Magistrates'Court it
we/e will be given amputation
I COMPANY. I Courthouse in Jackonvil, on Sea Jacksonville, May G. 19tf THOMAS SUAREZ. made .d..taI1, .'' et.4u f fI

ICE it hereby given ,that a meeting end-Saturday in each month a;10 o'clock, A. Jacksonville,.July, 1835 2w'n Inqt r. at this omc. '
left .
the Stockholderuftn'e East Florida M. In my absence, will business at. demands against the now lI1r.1'hollUDat w.11t11 it- July 2. ; 1l7Lt -, ; .
0 M. Donnan Eeq. be punctually having WELL I
be ; persons
Company: ,will holden at thee tended to. 8. STBEETER ALL of Mrs. CLEM.9NTIXE QAU' longest stick Docks down the sim- FJnANDS WANTED V
8Ax'L 8. LiwiajNo. 1 Commercial HART.
" Justice of the Peace. dee. will them properly attested mono I. D. be pads -\ ,
e h'e City of Baton,on the 15th ofr'n TIER, present 6 1835. 29tf W Z Dollars a month will .
j 25 aid Estate Jacksonville, Aug. .
June 17. and all indebted to T field
six rOod
xt, 1635, for the purpose of persons 0\0" it.for Ave or J101'it
_' will sake immediate payment to for food Ploy liee*. 1'
a'd Company,by.h oaing Directors, all Printed and p uouart. '
" NOTICE. W. B. ROSS. LANKBof deeeription at nr JOSHUA IIICIUAN.5: ,
1 c'fn
{ .uvu otter buiiness a* may this Office at short notice.
: 25 1835. 29tfDR. 2lVDART
I Jacksonville July
subscriber ,
iff laid mee nt.t persons indebted to the M.j4re. I ,
t> AM'L 8. L.WIS, ALL by note or book account, are re- ( :T Also, Job Work in a handsome style, ;"*V '
I settle the without CHARLES IIOYT offers his and reasonable terms.',"'"* CURHIE. I
HNHENSIIAW, quested.to.. same delay; oz. ,
services the inhabitants l.!' I' sad
J VID HE3BHAW.}Com'rs. Mid 'no credit will be.given st' their store to Justice of LadingManifest. T10GMPIIEA9xvvod.uu' ; i
section of Florida xis
and otthl. /
of Jacksonville B1akzDeed.-Billa
DANFCRTH.HENFflTTE.- ;*: : after the 1st.of February. -\I. : tale at .
a ;.. j BLANCHARD & RIDER. as a Sveea* seal PArieiaea. W&ll..trnt'IC..YOIk.; .>
Boeton Jacksonville Jan1411335.' 5tf Ibis office. -'fe if : ", No. I, 0'f
c, 19. : \6w3t"- 'c ;' ",. Jacksonville, January 21tb,1835. St( ,

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q i'' A certain minister lately: paid a visit to a DRY GOODS, GROCERIES( ,' .... '.' '. mIIE'SUBSCRIBEIli!' ,,having pure)

I MISCELLANEOUS.LOVE lady of,his a follow. hh
named and who was attired in the modern sale,on reasonable terms;'the Editor and proprietor Mr.,John; D., L.

,STORY} A BACHELOR.FROJt itld cent fashion, After the usual compliments ing article, viz .. .. j solicits.the aupport of the friends of Agri',
TILE FJiENCU.I ho familiarly said, 1 hope you have DRY ,GOODS. '" tune, and of the,interests connected with i

,I was born yin 0. romantics, country vi1lage got a good husband, madam." Broadcloths.. Saltinetts, Negro Cloths andbrown IIUBBARD throughout this thcj t Southern States. He I; I
work for Mr.
sir" she "and a good white Flannels bleached ; published Legare from ill
l but, not earirig to make myself very Yes, replied, and yellow i I
; week ,from Savannah commencement. in the 18'
deck striped and plaid Homespuns. run once a year and hetaodet,
interesting to, 1 shall speak neither of man' too. WLL k
you, know about his Silks Gloves Linens, Imported Picolata,;touching at Darien; St.Mary's thus Pta.cticalII.acquainted with Ul I
of birds" "I don't what to ,
murmuring brooks, nor chanting say Gingham Cambrics Silk? Hdk'fs. Bomba- Jacksonville and Mandarin: which it shouldbe! conducted. Its pubGG I
bluntly ,
rather ,
added the minister
beneath.. goodness ,
leaves tion will be'coatinued'on'the
the green R. & W. .KING
0 &c.' same ternlland
zettes & Burlaps,
Biblo teaches a good
;Tho brooks nb longer murmerlfor m'o ; "for my me CUTLERY. Agents at Savannah. in the same meaner as heretoforowith
should clothe his 'wife but,he lets HARD WARE AND
the birds do longer sing; my greed leaves man ; All slavepassengers improvements ashisetperiencemayeofgel
: Freight by shippers.
'Guns payable
half clad. Lamps, Candlesticks Axes, Adzes, As the sub
'\ of spring are turning'ycllovv." 1 am thirty- you go must be cleared at the Custom- solicitous make Si
old. And when a roan'f.jfj thirty- I patent Augurs, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, Ilouse. I Journal the'vehicle for dissenuninating sots
r four,years wife'of Butts Screws Dross Knobs Hoes Sad Irons, : information .
The Q lime merchant at Bayeux, ; not only with
in readiness regard to
ladies St.
believe -
: four old-for him, me, Conve'ances for Augustine, esld
years Chest--Trunk-Gun-Cloeet-
k Franco homo her drunk- Pad-Til I lished of
,recently taking systems .hus andry, but also
if ho foe not of a peculiar temperanpnt,but en husband at night,/Jaws stopped by the Brase'o pad-Knob and Mortice Locks, at I colata.jJuly | : mental efforts in Agriculture and Horuct experl
[ has travelled, and filled public stations- officers of the customs, who demanding Knob La :hes, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steel- 1 1835. I ture, he invites free and unrestricted

he cares littlo about singing or being sung what she had' she a hog. They yards, Bed Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges, nicatibn from ,all persons occupied in comas th
to ; still, less about "murmuring books." ben asked the, she answered 200 Cork Sews, Hand and cross cut Saws, ,MA O tf 8 T E'A M BOA, pursuits. Let no ,one imagine that soli

I; for my own part, would not givca cent weight, of her Knives did Forks, Brittania-Plated Table COMPANY..' facts or isolated experiments are too trivial i
for the murmurs. of all the brooks'in' the xninds. next morning? declaration it and Tea Spoons, Iron Squares. Pocket Compasses be' communicated. All systematic know!
world.; :Jl have enough to do to murmur: embnstrances, and her Drawing Knives., Braces, Socket : edge is but the aggregate of humble parties
was all a plalsanterie, she was compelled too & ,
myself.'ijllappiqcsa.' I Chisels c. I lars; and Science, in every department
Is a, "Racine," and ever one pay\,the domestic import duty on 200 GROCERIES &: PROVISIONS I brought to erlhtion,not thrpugh the ing&

kn'owS',the epithet bestowed by he Ie ramantiqu poundslOCCard. Coffe( II>)Tea, Loaf, and Brown .Sugars. above Company take method of mentality, of a eiogle; exrraordinary mind,It .
i &" on this princo of elegiac poets.HappuipssT InsH' when : Champaign*, l\l1ttfer ,-Claret-Port, and TilE, the public,,thar they have by the contribtJ.tMft"4)r"P.ftiC1lJa": IT ??
fact like 1 misunderstand An judge, passing sentence "Wines N. E. Rum Amerii'Ginilolland individuals, 'genertll1yafter the laps c' .
!*) in a jester Malaga Spices; purchased two\\Steamboats, the MACON
him, and then I am vexed with on a manaonvictcd of,!)igamy, severely ca Gin, Brandy, Soap,Tabac.c Md/EXCEL which boats are to run regu- many years, he (Is desirous' therefore tohar
lectured tin cHow on his uxorious crime, : Com Rice Pilot Bread". Butter as many facts to record as can be 'furnishti
Ilim; ick: of,him. llo, gives nausea.. Flour, : laxly between arien and Macoi, leaving '
and from the'
and regret that the"law: did not allow Beef Pork Codfish Mackerel planterwho''is systematic h .
I'wisp'to haVe no marc of happiness. .1 JrackerB ; Darien once every week with two ow boats.
belie ej'no longer in its existence. I never him to;awAl a greater punishment than jtutterj; Lard.4lleese, ,Figs, Almonds, Rai- The steamboats'will draw only 2Ginches, of failures his experimental well his labors, 'an account of U I

have believed. It is an imposture,! Dot sevc'n' yeaw transportation. "Had, I my ??n9, 'Apples,_ ,Slams, Bologna Sausages', water with two good engines,in each. The be acceptable.as If a the last successful are ;efforts of Fein j 1 j
: will, you saner," said the learned Judge, Onions, &ci: & :. have been at to worthy
you doubt this? Then hear ,my story'-a -ALSO- company great,expense recorded that they may be imitated, the j
fihoild not have so mild 'punish this line of steamboats the OcmuVee and
make brutes in should be noted in order
sto l8ufficicnUo savages,aye, Drugs and ledicines, Paints: Crockery to'be'shunned..
ment for j should 1 sentence; youJor the Alto.mab'aand riverswould respectfully solicit
the roost ferocious brutes: shed tears. During Shot The subscriber hopes that this
and Glnis' Va' Powder and Shoes appeal to hi
life in the i, the of the This We will
natural to jivo public.
jived term of.yi patronage
ir ,
> '
fellow citizens of the South
in of
fifteen long years I a pool Boots; and 'a g at variety of articles to' nil- : will not be it
be for merchants who wish to
hou with both .wives. a great facility
same .your vain. It would be a reproach to our Planter
water, as it were supplied by my own,eyes. merous to met! on. '
their the of Sav h
indeed ship goods by way n ,pr to meet the fate of the Southern
that Review.
So abundant, wero my tears, HARDY H. 0
YANKEE q.ue.tio.j.-You h'dn't none of Darien, to Htjwkinsville and Macon or in the last it be justly said that it
may wa
made I K
philanthrophy mo uneasy. D.-Cu for Cotton Hides Deer
my N. Cotton ;
paid shipping to ; Arrange
'feared the world would be visited by another you' seen ro hing of no'hatno where;along Deer fered to fall,when it was not only! rearing fo
Skins Tallow f ursBeeswax, MOMz ments have been made to forward cotton orgoods
? well merited fame.
hero of these have us s 'as a'
upon me you lit people
&c __ H. P. liter
deluge. Horns, without'detention. between, Savannah but it
was also.vindicating
"' .!1ntoer.v han't none of us seen Jacksonville Jan. 3tf ; halIte >
151835. arid Darien. '
Whatever i it was that put it in tny.head I. ;from the unjust, aspersions, which haT
to fall in loyo I cannot tell. 'llclicvp! mo, nothing of > hnts"nor. nothing of no kind No-exertion*expense will be spared to been so liberally bestowed upon us out of on
gentle] : reader, 'on. my' soul,,'my'.falling in no, where i none of these seats nor'nowhere I N W' GOODS." I give the greatest despatch to goods or cotton l section of country. The Southern Agriculturalist'

Jovo'was no act of mine. Hut loved. ,Am else b I knows on., FT1HE Subsc ber has for sale the following shipped by.this 'line. ,' in' some measure supplies tl

,I asked how I knew that I loved? I will JL articles p, merchandise. /Age1tsfor the, above boats : pla'ce of the Southern'1 Review, so far aUf
tell you. When near the adored one I was My\ poci woman," said 'the evangelist, Superior qa' ity Blankets from$4,50 to L. BALDWIN & CO. Savannah. garda the circumstance alluded to. I

unhappy, for I feared slio loved;>> mo'not.- as ho oQerjtl her a tract, "have you got $5$0 per pun J. GODDARD &, Co. Macon. serves as'a Register'not only of methods o
When distant I was' mord unhappy still. the gospel re ?" / A good qua! y Negro cloth 371-2' pr yd. MITCHEL & COLLINS, Darien.J. Husbandry, but also of,facts relating to OD
"No Si 'we han't," replied tho old ,Irish om 60 c to $1.00.. E. & B. DXLENO of Slavery.' The subjects of the deci
Tho sIght of her set my blood in a boiling ; laid ,,Cha.'leston. pine
7 for ,
mespUJis yds. $1.00, the the characters
"b it down toN treatment on
crone, they've Dec. 1834.
state and her distracted bo got IIPotnesj 1
not to sro;
; my 3-4 unbleached lOc yard ,
ew-O' Knickerbocker! is per L Slaves, are fairly ;suited :to its pages, u
som.. Many were tho sad days I passed ee s Superior fa* v stripes 183-4c' ST.. constitute topics as interesting ana Imports

many tho long, tho sleepless''hts. My MODERN LADY.--"A Silk h'dkfai om 50c to $150 LAND AT PAI1L0FOR as any which can engage'either ourown\ a
hair was turning' grey. This, by the by, DEFINITION 'OF A 4-4 unbleaJlad Shirting 13c'per'yard by SALE. ", tention or the attention of those abroad,it

was tho only traitor to the, secret 5 for, I female inagssmall Ie shape of a pair of saddle- the piece, or i ds for one dollar by'retail Subscriber offers for sale for cash,'or feel a legitimate interest in our concerns.
should' have told you I loved in silence. > n the ,middle,'and largo at both? 1 ,Shirtin? bl hed from 13c to 25c pr yd, THE, Negroes'or good acceptancesthe ,- The'subscriber begs leave,In conclusion
Iti;'silence! ,Yes; id silence to her I loved, ends. Fancy dre and furniture calicoes from following tract of fine Live Oak' ham: to remark, that if he had not undertaken t
whilst in tho depth of my owii. heart I Tho writ r probablywouldliko avalise, 13c to 25c pe ard by the piece, mock land on St. Pablo Creek bounded as continue the publication of this Periodical!
< all tho fa sezo. SattinetU from 87 l-2c to $125 superfine, follows vii Pablo would have l be 'neilher:
heard, the roar of a very tempest of love.,,;/ way -on the West by Creek, re
_, ,__ Superfine < oth $450 per yard' on the North low Fnnfor'n. hind rnn move from our citv.. or. been suspends'
i it was one evening, at that hour when At a leak] 'a at the d west end of London, White anl red flannels!- from 371-2o to the- Eaat.and month by; lands of Cornelius; Whether it will be in J his i power to continue i

t' the features of a lady may, with Impunity any lady o gentleman, BO disposed, may C2 l-2q per. Taylor, containing two hundred and'thirty- will depend not only 'on the Pecuniary In
U givo'tho lie",(excuso'me, my fair readers;) ,Bed tlckinf from 183-40 to 25c yard, the
step in and have, as we are informed by a per three acrrs., For particulars apply,toI.D.1AAT Literary Contributions of Southern
to her, vofco\ ? before the candles wore I notice over iho door, his or her "vitals Musquito at ting,good quality $125 pr ps. ". bt : ters. confidently now leaves.thi,mittt
lighted,'one evening was, it, that the! tones baked Moro.' ALSO "I$: JAMES DELL.; in their hands, feeling'a full 'assurance tlu
of my Duloinca appeared to respond in "Lr 1 A good /wtm nt of(&Dcybetribbud..hirt .- Jackson,'Jan. 22. .oftr there i..ntins.w the pets.f vtafTtnAn
those of"love for love." I saw (of course) The of'a' viper ,is less hurtful buttofis-silk-ewing 'Bilk-ball and _t T neither the liberality nor mental energies i<
tongue spool thretti-writing -superior dol .- to sustain the Southern'A
paper f ffriculturi!
no smile, mocking the accents of her lips ; NOTICE. cessary,
than that of slanderer and the
a guilded l hose-horn wood
ladies whi and -
combs- A. E. .MILLER Publisher
no glance of her eye, in the shado'of that scales of a rattlesnake less dreadful than ; silk and cJtton umbrellas-and, a good as- :V:,Llj persons indebted to the subscriber, Charleston, S. C. Dec. 1, 18'J4., ,.
apartment, showing how little she thought the purse of the oppressor.. I sornment i XJL. eiUier by Note or Book Account, are re- Persons desirous of
of mv plaints. I RAW_____ nothinn I heard__ DHIGS .WD MEDICINES. questel to settle the same without delay; and W> T. WILLIAMS,2 subscribing Savannah: can'it applto 4

nothing, but that voice, which oseomed to SUNDAY MORNING NEWS. I IrrThe bove articles are of the best quali no credit t will be given at my store after the office.; ,'or 8

assure me I was beloved as I loved. New has been I "ty, and wi be sold for small advance, for 10th ch.HARDY II. PHILIPS.

As,if by accident, she asked me'my a'e. THE Sunday the Morning public for upwards now of three cash'or pr uce. Jack onville, March 3. lOtf ,BOSTON PEARL ,AND LITER

"I am twenty-eight," I replied ; anal month's; and if any. criterion can be drawn JOHN,, W. RICHARD.Jacksonflle THE, ,.GAZETTE. Volume Fourth
said, so in such a state of unconsciousness, from the number of its patrons and subscribers Jan. 22. 4tf:, ORANGE STICKS. Published every week; by'

i that I might aa probably have said "My." it has met with' flattering acceptance, CASH will be paid;for One Hundred"Or- ISAAC C.,PRAY, Jun.

t But, the thought of that scene is too much and,the principles. it has been guided by in CABIN T FURNJTURE'(IWAREIIOUSE. e Sticks, of various sizes, on delivery The,work will be J published weekly,ew

for mel I J,was at tho moment I made this its management, have been approved and at this office, immediately. March 5. number containing eight large,quarto,Requalto

'answer, lost to every thing. I had but 'one auctioned. A, a consequence of its increased JAMES&I. COOKE, No.100, sixty duodecimo pages- f puree
thought.; .It was other, who, veiled in the circulation, its advertising friends have offers for sale Broadway G EAT NATIONAL WORK. laneoua and ng matter'printed on r 01

darkness, of the apartment, sat'beside ,mo. come foward in)arge numbers ; and,,,it may quality 6fSofas-Sideboards-Secretaries- AM R10A-N MAGAZINE rior white paper, with perfectly new fjrp:,
now be,conelde ed fairly afloat,and rising on handsome title'page"and '1 correct indexbe '
It was settled that we were to bo married :Book CBJ s--Tableeof all :'descriptions- and
the tide of pub a favor, it affords an admirable Chairs olj quality-High and Ofusefta Entertaining Knowledge,to be il- furnished,'and the work at'theeend of u
'. I on the morrow. I will not ro-count all every post lu rated by numerous Engravings. TOUD!
vehicle for Jie dissemination of such in. French Besteads of Mahogany and year, will form an excellently printed
the follies in Maple-
which the
overflow of
joy, telligence as th lEI engaged in business wishto Hair and ((loss Mattrasses-Feather Decla-I BY' Tim-BOSTON BEWICK, COMPANY.- of four hundred and sixteen pages,. equal
contemplating tbe'proximity and certainty communicate to, their correspondents and ..... .. ',,_ .._ three'thousand ": ,
of ,. I.ook'"B ....- eta-.and a .rn.... ....- THE ucceis which has attended the pub. duodecimo pages
q so much happiness, committed." They customers, Bortment c every thing necessary to furnisha 'on of the best Magazines from the The volume will contain twenty-six pies
are easily imagined. The number of papers supplied to casual house. { English Jresa has led to preparation for is of music for the Piano Forte, '&o.:09u aI.1
Every thing was ready ; ,the requisite enquirers,in a dition to the regular subscribers April 7. 3w15 suing. Brio licaj more particularly adaptedto one hundred common sheet music, viu<
purchases made ; tho wedding garb" put on Sund ys, is very great, and is con. the w nts and taste of the American pub-! : could not be purchased Beparatel/or *
in order, the rooms were garlanded; the stantiyincreui ig{ which is another proof of ( SUG R MILL FOR SALE.A lic. WLile le! it will be the object of the proprietors than five dollars; and the pufilish'er is del.

ball room figured ; no expense was spared; popular approb son, and a sign of the attrac- GRE BARGAIN 'is offered, in the I jo make the work, strictly what its mined to procure'the simple. rather than t
in short, I was about to bo perfectly happy. tive character ( fits general and miscellaneous ] Bale f a New Sugar Mill, from West i title indicates,it will/ nevertheless, containall' complex and difficult; .

Certain am I, that the magistrate who,was contents. Point Foui dry; 'diameter 'of Centre Roller; article of interest to its patron" which Although the' Publisher places .no depe sD
'Under these favorable circumstances the and half inches and foreign Maazines.Extensive dance whatever, in the support of it,a
,to perfect.my. felicity ((it was tho worthy two tv o a two outer appear
mayor of the fifth arromlisemcnt))will never SllxdllyMurNncl will proceed with redoubled ones, one! oot ten and one-fourth inches- preparation have been entered rary paper, from its engravings,yet there"
I confid nee and energy, in laboring Iron ) &c also into both with Artists and Authors be presented occasionally, plates fopicop?
forget! tho for the remainder ,of his with ogs points, as a set of to fur-
life. He'missed it the finest attack of 1 to gratify the c nosity and taste of the public Kettlesknown fh niT ths. noted Foundry in Scotland, fish, from all parts of the Union, drawmgsl and wood beautiful workmanship and"
in all the orioua items of beauuB
i intelligence
of the Carran illustrations of ish., Already haVe appeared a
by lame Foundry, warranted every subject of interest.
dyspepsia, :(from over-feasting) which has, which form the staple of a weekly journal. ana proof, as malleable Iron. The capacity which the publishers confidently believe will engraved portrait of James Fenimore wV;
been known w Paris half century.We 1 'fhe man of b islness will be sure to find of tie grand Kettle is three;hundred enable them to issue a Work honorable to its executed on steel, and a chaste vignette, tI

r had proceeded as far in the cereino- therein them recent and correct information gallons'and; proportioned, 'or graduated to title and acceptable to the American People. page engraved on copper. -
;-.: ,..;;. ,\ .. \: as,that port ia! which I had to declare upon the style of the foreign and domestic sixty gallons, being four to the set; all of :The American Magazine is published Its contents will be various and lIpintei,

i' :r'r fie.=-f.TWrty-lbur years I"! markets,thecurrent; of business, the arri which, with Coolers, Vats, and a Cistern to monthly-each'humber containing between there will be a general record of Ocean*
.. ....-l. TJjktjfcfourL'ljBXC.laiuiQd my wife that. val of nuiicitttilA-affiurs vessel*, and thing connected hogsheads Syrup, will be i forty and fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two eec, Statistics Obituary notices,'&4. de':
r .t' : told with ; the, politiciaiv will dispcY fnt hwtlj ll/\*,* **> *1 addition to the Tales ,Essaj!'_
; Malt ut-tQ.b9, "why,you met wen- ajisuiwl tor at least !per um payable in advance.! ,Legends
,", y-eili! meet with a faithful abstract of the movement twenty.five pet cent below cost. It comprfaePoitraila'. and Biogrs > lUng, '.Lt ru)';', rugiav r" n d".I

.U It Q so Misa ; but you know tee of parties,with legislative proceedings A Cne'directed to E, D. COX, on Sidon Sketches or gulahedAmericana; dews Sketches, Biography, Poetry1,'&c.;making
here, together with details of the political Plantation ,Mclntoeh of Public Bm elegant for the or,and for th.oof )
., know W1 xNrt we When in love. County, Georgia, (11.8 Ungt, Monument, and im paper pa e'N
operations on the continent of Europe, and will be attended to. I polite literature .' contributions
My future>tter, half Manager,) provements; Lndscape enery-the bound a
... Bwerod thus affectionately an- every other quarter of the globe: the lover of March 12. 4wll less variety ai d beauty of which in this secured from some of the mostpopw"*"
:- Vell;sir,when men know varied 'diversified reading will find the ,
will f rican authors.
country, not what they Bayyt is time for women to means of gratifying his appetite as copiously TREASURER'S NOTICE. and tification; Engraving source and .The work will be.printed aa well,and'.'

know what they tfYour) servant, sir, I supplied ; -while the admirers of descriptions of the character, habits &c. of tail a* much reading :matter as any en1quarto
shall not to a nvi of literature wiU be sure to discover something the i DI
marry for
thirty-four, TREASURER'S OFFICE Birds, Beasts; 'lilies, and Insects paper now published in
oxample. to suit their tastes in the. choicest extracts hi tH
Tallahassee, March 8th, 1835. J every *u ject connected with the Geography States; and it can safely and truly
.. I thought this wastooiuch, particular from' native and foreign periodicals, and in an act jMuued 21st November, 1 It ,' HUto y, Natural and Artificial re. the cheapest journal of the kind.;
11'the latter words 4 for the contribution of popular and approved By that of the Tl'1UIe-Three dollars annum, u
oit\ple. I told is provided all Bonds'executed by sources i auntry,illustrated in a familiar per '
her so. She was about to qr.v. the plAce. writers. The tone preserved throughout,will Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by the Judgeof and popular m Jiner. paper i* 'established-to be pM IB
Her father remonstrated heron the be that of scrupulous morality, so that the the Count Court to the Treasurer of the CTB**_ Buick Company vance. Two dollar* ,for, six, months, to
of most fastidious shall hare nothing to objectto of Florida and thatall Auctioneers No. 47 Court Street. p&elln advance,
,impropriety her conduct Wl in vain I I on this score-and the wish of the proprietor Territory ; .. 'J
She grew still more angry and rtnonstrav as it has been and will continue to be his shall quarterly in each year commencing on ID" Editors tL"ew- papera throughout the lloston,1834, r-
ted with her father I tie touU the lit of January, transmit to the Treasurer 11.nittStateawho: wiU
n if her the
duty as well as his desire, shall be to unitein PQbliah foregoibg ;
: anger, she gave on InconwderaA jerk to I its columns in well arranged and digested under oath/ taken before some Judge a copy Jirospect, and notice the contents of the 'joror Af9ILLOWARed ?

one her ringlets. sop 'Dieu! af heoi! order, all that is sound and elegant in literature of all sole effected by him, with the amount Mag.. l1e nor* time"to timeihaJl be entitled J state nd JtetdM.j. diu B1'oJ f"ft
time and "
and at what place and for whom to the r M TtuatTTC7TLL '
4)ftwr which 11ad entangles mfg I It amusing in art instructive in the sciences the was made. Now all Auctioneersare first volume. e' t

all"came off! (it was a wig] ana' bald ,and necessary for a correct appreciation required same to take notice ,of said law, and Any person remitting the Agent, by mail, 1'V of R attend Ertile IP the, in selling every i-1 .
lady stood before \ passing event port paid, Tea Dollars mall receive aix a4
young suits ,
>> me conform to it, or upon their Bond must United deai.rouing ,
Tlie scene was so droll that I cprepressmy J not The popularity now enjoyed by this journal be instituted. Judges of the County Court copies for oas yew-&nd continued a* long State Pe .ple the lure | ono
I laughter. I was cured fm1 will he the best guarantee for a carefUl adherence are requested without delay to forward U the money i* regularly forwarded.A can(rom- ne rtcei-part
.passion; and shall now die come ted a and the to the means hitherto by which extended it was acquired towards; properly certified and approval, the Bond or liberal price will M paid for appropriateand applying always at hi*offi*. :UeWitrefd". t

baebc:1Ol.: On what depends then,j aD it the Btost patronage Auctioneer their" pouession. well written articles,or drawings, illua.tra1iyO for various kind of :bierch &I1i'oat
flattering encouragement to
a ,
happiness? t It\ i in theao.me ; CHARLES AUSTIN, ." off national, subjects, poaaeuing in any part of,the jUoion.. ,eoaUJ11e&ad

.. Often it hangs by a hair t () perseverance New York, August 1C. course. Treasurer of,the Territory of Florida.Ie terest.Dec.2 Subscriptions,, 163-& received: at thi*-office.1 to.addressed -to him fill ,>m P!,J.,,..:j,JKJ5."IF'J .'





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