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: October 8, 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: UF00028424:00045
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JACjoNpJLLE.COURIER: "trrom the Boston Pearl] here and ". .' ," P
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',PUBtI ..OSCK,A,WEEK |BT, THE POWER, .Of A VERSITY.I, winding down the avenge oCyine-clad hills:: I INQ AND CURING ,DISEASE The effects whose imaginations the I cmluloiw,.
Before the hand republican had At ,the cottage door lianas met by two by the if were powerfully work
L. ,CURRIER & CO, power produced, workings tlie imagination ed upon, experienced| j
momentary relief.
levelled all distinction in France,and sunk buxom little girls, on whOsebhceks bloomed on man and brute aniioals,are extraordinary One powerful >{,
'BBJJs'-$" per' :year,payable hair'yearly the proudest families; to'the humiliating the roses of health, abd tieir'drcss was and incontrovertible. Tho Cols. ; and 'hence impression obliterates anothicr l,(;I

II'adTanee.*-Sin'g!e papers 12 cents. condition ,of the. meanest peasant, in the such as served not to 'd rtte, but'display I lowing, facts, out.of hundreds, that might hsUc,words, talismans power. attributed to cab,- "!tJ: I
Advertisement, inserted, and contracts gay neighborhood, ofYarsaillis the ,Mar.quis'd'Etnblevife'owned the fine symmetry ofditir: ,jsurc They bo cited, are,supported by Ihe most authentic &c. magic,' witchcraft, l's-;"
nade for'yearly adyertismg, on reasonable a sumptuous hotel made low and graceful cuttesy: and then evidence.A There are minds
ITerms; No.advettisement 'will be" inserted where he lived in epicurean luxury and ran in to announce' the app'roichofa stranS81" .- lady having refused alms to a beggar, to l overcome by the so feebly organized, of as
less paid for in:advance; princely splendor. His mirid possessed all 1 I the )latter in revenge, declared 'that she thus epilepsy, convulsions example others:
All' comniumcatloAs by mall maybe 'ad- the imperious vanity the ancient regime ; The charming 'mothe r camo out, and would diem, six months. As the expirationof havo seemed to bo the infections, and madness, \
ressed to' E. Witil MS, Editor of the' Cou and placed by fortune at an awful l distance, modestly welcomed him td her cottage, 'that interval approached, feat had so during tho administering the Jn IWO, ,.

K erg postage lJ.all cases,,to,be paid. he looked down upon.the,'canaille as unworthy where she sat before him the: Ipt her!simple powerful an,effect on. the 'ady's' mind, that att church iii Paris a of sacrament lady ,was, 1

TNB. to hold with; hirrijn a rank in the larder',afforded, together wiii the choicest<<( it brought on an illness,.which,,terminated seized with n convulsive, fit young,which bad so ,, .'
AGENTS..* i* j ,* COURIER.J : '. : same scale,of,being., IJis,buly son, Levis! fruits the children couldrocnre.'! ; He took her. life.' powerful an effect ori the rest bf the fctfjalcs"prcrenti .___ ...... ..
} DA, ,, in the prime of youth' bad inado the .tour the infants on his..kleeiab'deucouraBed By,the,aame\working,VftWoiind, may ;,that' In less thafl h6trar 'houf fifty ..
Jfet t&tcnnil], j '-11 S... b.. I ptiS hz rUnd .rherb'airisite! X every part their artless prattle ty familiar questionsand explained the singular deaths af Pope or sixty were: taken "'illin the same "nyo--
: ." of those wondrous regions, where nature endearments }and froth them he Ii rut Clement and Phillinpo lolBtil!, who, were Boer has arrested the progressof what was
Mandarin-E: ''A.Cohen,Esq ',M.'GEORGI.Il reigns Jn all her grandeur, and'display* to that papa was gone to lake a'long walk'on summoned 1 the one in fork days;and,, the 1 termed an imitive. epilepsy' in tho orphan!
: "' the enthusiastic mind that sublime and majestic .o the mountains, on ;'which account they other in'a'year,'to the Trfwnal of Ilea.Aens hospital I at llarlcjn, tbrjoatcning) to burr. )
;St Mar) '*-A.'Dooiittie, ; Ecg. P. M. scenery, which attracts and gratifiesthe were unable \to accornjauy'! him as :usual. by the Grand Master cTt the Templars.. I alive all who, were seized With the fits;}and
Sa"annahPhilbri; k.Esq.; I most unbounded curiosity. So remote Their pleasures, their'mimes and their Persons who have been bitten by ,(dogs, t to give greater force to his menace, he hat _
,Macffn-r.Edmund Russell. from the haunts of courtly .pleasurc.so; mode of education, btnn1o'the:: general which they wipijo'sQdSverq<< : suffering from I a largo fire kindled in the fcourt yard of tho
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A PARAPHRASE_ or.A; ; AES90. ?, felt the impression of that tender' pas. discovered in' this littlo oup more natural 1 threatened, or even attacked, by hdi;: way of, removing, a pow rful iroprcfl8i;:
cpwLEr; sion beneath whose controlling' powermQr ability and good sense, that.he: had frequently ease., AVery singular fact >f(this kind'iocordeil ? on a disordered Imagination was to coup
pr. : 'I( als of all .degrees are indiscriminately found in the'knot t (polished circles. hi''a 'memorial'' pu fished ,by the t"ract it by ono still more trong. /
,GOLD., ; ., doomed to bow.; The 'motherVasan, 'I, :jitelligent,', liberal- Royal Society-of Science, jMontpclier.. The wonderful cures"effected by Mesmerism .
A mighty pain,to love, .'iti,is." .. ':' The object of his admiration was a love minded''woman]' and de vered ,\her 'semi- lyp.: Two brothers'were: itten byantaJ, are' well known. tin' ]fi4} Bally; I
And 'tis. a' pain that pain. ,.to, miss. ly Swiss,fresh'from'the hand of nature, in ments with the mast ;ag eahle, and unaf dog; 'One' of them'almo t [mme Jiutcly Franklin, ,Lvory' and LavoWer,'v ho were
But, of all pains, the'gre, test..pll.in." all the bloom of youth and beauty, like'the fitted' simplicity-her i i yjioje deportment departed"for Holland, nnl dill L not return commissioned to investigate this''J! tended
Is to love, love", in pain, mother mankind in the state primeval and conduct evinced the Uostsecret attach* until ten 'y'oars'after.. On'I 1 arning that his science, and give' their opinion pon Its; .
blood f 1" : innocence ; honesty was,the only wealth metit to,the maternal :nndcouj gal,duties, brother had died ',of Hydro habit, he was thus expressed themselves iur their report: I
Virtue now, hor,noble her friends 'possessedher'charms: '' aDd and she spoke with enthuiastn of the enjoyment himself; 'taken ill and died if'rnadnesspro. "The first thing which "etrucktho com
Nor,vyit,.by:t love' is! understood ;i" : virtue were her only: .portion. With ,,this :: of. retirement aid domestic, life. duced b apprehension. mtssioncn'wns the extraordinary'nature of

Gold alone](does passion move' ," ,, lovely maid, Lewis had sought and,cultivated The' mind of tbe'Marquis vat much affected The' following"cases ar even more extraordinary the effects of exhibiting magnetism,ami
,Gold: monopolizes .love. an acquaintance: lie weighed her, ,, and. it, ,was ,with i apparint' difficulty'! 'fyo :-A Frepch p nsint 'dreamed, the apparent; insufficiency of tho means by
.A,curse on, her,ana on'the man. mental graces against the frippery of Parisian could conceal the'various unotlons'which- .. he was bitten bya large Uock dog. lie Which: they Were produced The effects
VVbo'thi's.traffic: 'first- began' belles, and with pleasure saw'them'greatly struggled in his bosom. could not show any'lDark bite ; and were violent,produced and multiplied conJ!
preponderate.) She felt, the conge- The" jittle', moturtaineers, who had been his wife 'who was l.tho' his' cries, vulsions ;'nn( the' enuseej; mere touches;
A ,curse on him 1iqfou d,the,ore,,1.! I nial passion, but.from disparity of circum- on'th tip-toe f exp cUltiol'for tho arrival assured him'that the doors fastened signs and figures. '80m 'great power'was ..
,,A curse on'h'ini. who digged the' 'store !, stances, suppressed the kindling hope. The of their ,father, 'now recogiizcd bis footsteps ,, and that 'no dog'could'' have entered evidently' brought .into action by ithcso,
A curse on him who did refine it! shaft was tixed 'top deep in his: bosom 'to as he approached the loon {;and, run*' their ''cottug But all h'eU endeavors to, means, however feeble theymight be.-'We'
A'curse on him who first did win it !r eradicated without I lacerating his vitals DIng out to welcome him,lung around his remove the impression fran.' tho"man's inquired by what secret spring+* these won-
A curse all curses else,above, ".' '< Although despairing of success, be'returned knees, and danced,with {tress of rapture,' mind were unavailing. The idca'of the : derful effects vyas prpdqcpd ; and.what
h'int'who to his father, and on his knee besought while 'distributed betvVeei them, some black dog was ever 'prescnl in his imagination were the reasons which caused them to bo
On hued it first i in love I'
brethren him to confirm his happiness by an assentto flowers &other natural curositica indigenous and he thoughtho SV him inces- attributed to an unknown I fluid,'to 'a fluid
.Gold begets in hate; this unequal union.i to tlio8 which he had ticked up in his santly. He lost his rest aid.I his i appetite,' ,which nctcd on ,till human frame' ;! and '
'Gold in families debate;'' Degrading information 1 Should,tho honorary way., A sudden pleasure awed jo irradiate and became gloomy and low spirited: The which belonged toil? Pursuing'our investigntio.is ; '
Gold does friendship separate ; tide princely blood, long flowing i the lovely cburitehanceof the mother, wife, who hud been perfectly rational at ns physicians,we''endeavored
Gold doe civil wars create..> down the channel ;of,an illustrious ancestry as she introduced her, consct to her guest.: the commencement or her $usbnnd'8 delusion i to discover the1 pretence of this fluid, but
These the smallest.harms ont !I. : be)'contaminated by mingling with plebeian Had a clap( of thunder,tba| moment torn i and; who ,had made every'effort'to' ''' without" euc es-: ,1Ve'or&'' informed that :
'streams ? No lie spurned him from the' summit'oCthe'neibgiing i mountain banish it from his mind, at ngth began' to its' action 'on' animate bodies. [:18''' the only! ; t,
Gold,:alas t'does'love,begetSONNkT.4 from bis feet'and, with 'a niggard hand,re- I the, .eternal 1' rock, 'whici) then 'icast, a persuade herself that it 'wavnot unfounded, proof that can] be adduced to ks existeneu. t,
luctantly conferring a scanty annuity; bade length of shade acroSs the la'cr, and buried and that, assho; was:sleepjng,by; his ,eide ,f.hQ.iwnlnlldJn..thtreroreJlfpt.lU'8,tllJo" !
bfi ,. him retire;again to ignominious'v2ite: and it Into the'vale! below/n gYHtirTfo'greifof' When tfie"Uog bit him;ft was very,possible its principle. It remains to bo aicertaincd': \ .
Joy cannot:claim, a purer 'ss, : see his .face no more. lie was.too well astonishment ,could'not havdbcen\ ,, depicted that she had likewise been bitten.. This whether these effects'can bo produced by1: ,
,'Nor: ,grief a dew from stain more clear, acquainted with the inflexibility of his fa- on the faces of both'at thl| unexpectedrencoutre. mental delusion ,deveJopcd itself in her by the i power of the imagination alopoi; 'Wo-
Than female, friendship's, melting kiss, ther's temper, when once arrived at a cer- the same symptoms which had manifested have tried! ; ,the experiment) and have fully I
,Than female'friendship's parting ,tear. tain points be': knew that the'ru)meat ol f A momentary silence preailed'conscious themselves in her husband,viz-depressionol'spirits succeeded. To render tho experiment
How sweet the, Heart's full bliss to.prove, expostulation was forever past., He was 'remorse' touched the leart of the Jasituile, fear and restlessness.The .- I hays ''made the convulsion cease by1' the
her store forbidden to return to seek'a parson', even Marquis! at the appearance of i son whom doctor finding that all his ,usual re. i sumo charm 'which produced it j f' yl Jz; tho1' .
To whose smile must, .crown the ; by the narrow path of duty : he therefore he had' so deeply' injured, vlille Lewis sourced (of medicine! proved, in this case power of Imagination '
How sweeter still to tell of woes, felt himself not unhappy,' that, vithout\ a stood awed beneath the heret ore authoritative ineffectual, advised them to make, a, pi I. I Animal magnetism had now manpanizany *
To her whose faithful breast would share direct, breach of parental obligation, he eye of a disobliged pnrC1r:}The ros' grimace to St. Hubert. From that moment esneciallv in France'and russia ;'
In every grief;in every care, could, by the trivial; sacrifice of he fortune, 'es fled the cheek 'of the' anlIlble, Maria; the two patients .become more tranquil. but the existence,of the'agent has never yet1' 4,
Whose' igh can lull them to repose obtain the object ,of his desires, lie bade while the husband on bis knts: implored They went St.llubcrt, were subjected been satisfactory proved > therefore, it hisy ;,
adieu to the scenes departed i iffluence, the:forgiveness of that father o'whose displeasure to the usual treatment, and returned homo be presumed, that the effects which appeal'I fi,
Oh I ;blesa'd'sight,there is no sorrow, and flew to'repose'himseison' tic faithful she ,had formerly hero} with go perfectly, cured., 4 dream, had made these to bo produced' by and nectic influence, are' J
.But'from thy'breath can sweetness borrow.; bosom domestic! affection. TJO', inhabitants much emotion: and, ho'l5he ft\ fullt ex ravages.on the, ,health of two, persons pre- almost all attributable, to the imagination i 'f
'E'en to,,the'pole, and" .drooping'flower i of the happy valley celebrated their pectedy, was come to destroy br happiness sohaly strong and healthy, Jut .dreams The ancienf, reputation of witches an4\magicians : j'; ''I
'That fades in'loye's.neglected hour nuptials, with the natural ceremonies, and f forever.' ''He'perceived thearatation; ; adversity frequently, produco.very powerful injpres- attests the facility with which igno-1 .l
; : ; Lewis soon forgot that he was bon,to high had softened his 'hen'iynd{ all the sions. ranco receives any impression that may"' '}
E'en, "with her. .woes' J can.'friendship'spowerOne expectations!. father returned ; for a, while hcould'not .It is' recorded;,that a ,young lady, ib'Li- be presented to ::it., The example,;off red : ,,
happier feeling! blend, 'I'he'Jtorm! which had long ben gathering speak;but took'their hands and?lined them vouia jdreamcd\ thpt, she was. tossed. by a by post ages are ''humbcrlees,'and/eyciiin'
Tis from her wrestlers bed to creep, o'verdevoted France,at lengtS descended together; and lifted his eyes s to leaven' as if mad, b.ulJ'and.be And sink like wearied babe to sleep; ," involving in one general niu all tbe in the ,act of imploring bleinsaon'them' the eflVct: of the alarm.Tissot'prelates wanting._[LondonPaper.. ''tI J '' r
On the soft couch her sleep, pride of prerogative, title, and fauily. ,The both. lie then snatched the wandering : that,a peasant. having / '' "
" .' 4' sorrows sanguinary ,streams that tlowee: from the infants to his bosom,'and lehedoyer: them dreamed that a serpent had coiled''' round The 'ROTH scuiLr/s/ "are' the wonders of'' / {
'ii bosom. ,of a friend. throne swollen thousand rills bad his 'suddenly awoke in a fright. Thbi modern banking. Sprung from that poct I
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THE 'LITTLE BARK. "' deluged the nation, and the horrid engine The first tumult this Inte'rviw had occasioned priuvuUive wan! Of"- aiwrrania,1uu: .bc3. U"G{;Un. mysterious ,
: of death-the guillotine-etill frowned tr'eraendouslv subsided, a calmer bu more sol-' motion, :which ,,returned, several whom we :derive alt our religion and half
I I once had launched a little bark, over its innumerable rictims. emu: scene ensued., The death lady Em- i times in, a ,tday1, and ,was often so: violent of our civilization, we see ibe'descendantsof ; 'i
And: in it all my wealth consigned, t Not with less terror than the trembling tra ileville, and the family nibftriunes, eupged 1 that no, etl"urc'couId, stop it. Judah, after persecution two/.thou. '*'<
Nor thought,alas !I' of billows dark,' veller, when he sees tbe accumulating ar- all their attention ; and while: they The ,dream of the,celebrated'composerTarlini sand years; peering :above king., i rising
Nor of the'angry faithlesi. wind; blanche thundering from Alpine precipices, J listened,to the tale of woe,' mutually i\well known. Ht! retired to bedwith higher tban emperors, and holding IIi",bolO
But soon it'was'dashed'upon a:rock; I n its progress tearing, up towering pines paid ,tbe tribute, due to.human :wlaraity.! a tore of musical' ideas floating in his continent! in.tbe; hollow of their hand*;.-*
And and 'crushing Into atoms the obstructing The,Marquis having now experienced: the'icissitudes mind,,, Inhisleel'! he fancied that. :Satan:! The Rothschilds governs Christian' World.
sunk-to rise again no, never.- cottages the Marquis d'Embleville beheld and [fallacy of fortune,. ac- appeared before him and played a sonata.' Nora cabinet ,moves,without).tbeLr advice* ,
Too weak to bear"the" storm's j rude i ,shock, i the approaching desolation. His lady died mowjedged' the superior prudence of, bison At its conclusion, the Devit Jd,-'T rt.int. They'rtretch their hand, with 'e-qualeasey: 1
''Twas: lost forever", ofa broken heart, to observe tbe splendorof S in making so judicious a choice; an 1 caii'st thou play this J'-Enchanted with from Petersburg to Vienna,from'Viennato'Paris '
'- her family eclipsed ;,and rescuing blessed the power jbat so rayitcnously di* the delicious music. he had heard Jill{ his from Paris to London, fromiLondoa: >
That: litu bark wa 'en my.BIABT, .jj comparative trifle from the wreck of'affluence posed him to provide this para: retreat sod dream. Tartini nrose, flew to ,his 'l piano, to. ,\V .bingtoti. ,Baron, HothscbiW, tho
Which en the Ma bf lift,J t\&etJ he basely left his pracribedeouniry hose domestic cooiforts/luMdt which ho 'and ;)produced flnesteowpositionvbich' bead of the house, is the tru ',Kinrof Juv
With pride I saw it then depart,', in disguise; and fled toward the regions o f resolved to spend the .evening of his days is known by the,title of the Devil's sooata dab, the iPrince of the,Captivity; ,jbe Messiah ,
The storm'was disappointment'* blast' ancient Helvetic liberty ; where, after, long This, indeed was,imagination of An ,89 ,long looked for by Ithllgxiraordinary '
Uy hope by fancy decked and weary'wandering among those eternal artUt. Yet what 'can ,be: thought of the people Ibe.holds they key of peacesor ,
every ; "The rain is God's bounty but the/ >- .. will f
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1 returned mountains, which forni the barrier of nations case of young ladywho was taken ill, ,
put on board,- they never -whose, heads, crowsed with snows era are his tmttu"-Bir ISAAC NEWTOJT.THE and died in the course of at} hour, in consequence all )hiq lead f the holT 1'1.tQ(VT ff; VM **? I
The rock was rut, on which 'twas_ wrecked,; old as the creation view the turgid clouds .,PASSION' FLOWER.-The following ,of fancy 'JCleeJf.dlshonored -the third temple to real!, Its turrets la,
And lost forever. rolling round their bale amid the wildest interpretation of this j justly celebrated, and by a kiss, snatched from .ber byo young i Heaven ? J!t1k Koq ;of.ibe tribe,X ,
> scenes of nature, he experienced the bitter much admired flower,' will not be. found : gentleman to whom, shA was betrothed: 1- ,Judah Uaron, RoV isch ld. ,tpossesses, more; ,
,THE MINIATURE.. pangs of reflection, without a beam of diStant uninteresting especially the fair devotee. One can understand. Vim,e68 ''Y, and pity real force than j-fpgittyilKlvm i SD.LJ
of Flora.- the that recorded of Bolotpon. What,do\tliey care for the ba.h\ i
William was l holding in his hand hope to cheer him in bis: exile. In order more readily cue is a
The likeness of his wife't to divert the cares that wrung his bosom The leaves resemble the spear.that pierced soldier who when/'su.frqjng from the maj- reD seacoast of Palestine?,-.They are iba ,
',Fteeh, touched by fairy wand, ,\he bad visited".the stupendous cata- our Savior's aide} the tendrils, the cords adie du pay., died on the'.very day on brokers and counsel tors of tho_kln",of Europe -. ,
wit i beauty grace and life. ract of the Rhine,he had marked tbe wanderings thai bound ,his bands' or the whips. bat which hill conge was refused., and 'of,"tl{? pepMblicaij} ) Chefs )tA : '
He almost thought it spoke : ..' of the Emmen and the Reuse, and scourged him the ten petal' the apostles, i Though it cannot be doubted that tlJOim.ination merica. What more sag: they desire?rr,
He gazed upon the treasure still- < arrived at length at a charmingly: romantic Judas having betrayed,'and Peter deserted ; by sudden and violent shocks, We, understand that an accomplished\ and I.,
Absorbed,-delighted, and amazed, valley in'the neighborhood of Lugano. the pillars in the centre, the cross or tree } frequently causes, serioos,disorders, and beautiful daughter ,o'thla*bouse, is roam '
;To view the,arti t:> skill."This The evening sun shot his yellow rays over the ttamins, he hammer: the etyleathe nail; even death, yet the same came may operate ed Loin American;, and jntends ($0 make! d
and citron groves, which clothed the inner circle around toe central' pillar,the to allay the feeling ,of pain, and eflecttb New York her permanent aldncct. The:
TU picture drawn to yourself nature true(; dearJ.ne, the sides of the farrsrMched mountains, crown of thorns ; the radiance the glory;the cure of dweases, especially those of a beauty Df Judah is pot,departed,par JOhj; : ; i
j white lu the the emblem of this be strength of, the house of Israel weakened*! ,.
rYe kined it:o'er and o'er again when be reached.a neat little cottagp seat flower purity ; nervous kiod. By ; agency may e**
It i. so much like you." ed on a gentle declivjty, which terminated? and.the blue, the type of heaven? On one pLiuied the miracles wrought by ..Princellobenlobe \ (N.,f, UraJd4 '! I.'
"And'did it kiss you b .ck.ldy deui'"' '' in'the tranquil waters of an extensive lake, specie, the Passiffora alata even drops of sod Madame Saint Aa our._ "" "r f ff HJf 1 M*
" \Vhy-nc: -'my love," said he, '.l1nro: over which gentle zephyrs wafted the softened blood| are seen upon the cross or tree. This When they said to those who bad faith in Riches without cha'rty.are! woit4.PWlhaThey /
*Then,'William, it Is rerr Bleu. *Al notes of rustic joy-Htbe villagers were lower continues tbree days open and Oisedisappears them I /' est, of your..bandages-throw: J lag., are a pessn! .only \o\ him >woo i,> '
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'\ FOREIGN NEWS.'H I until the moment for action. A I, MASSACRE! AT PtRBy: the; brig Mercator The. Courier.. for Florida, !I.to be
j' ,e rain of powder 'communicated with the Captain Towne, and the schr. Choc preferred, invalids to that of Italy
[From the'N.,.Yk Star, 7th ult] jr whole 25 barre>sr,fond caused the simultaneous taw, Capt. Tuttle, which arrived here on THURSDAY, OCTOBEtt:,,, .' '" great resort of European invalids. Qwi' the

r I Tho packet ship Columbia, Capt/Cobb, 'explosion. Each barrel had siX balls. he night of the 18th ult. from Para, we 5TOJl.VWe': have-, been visited with a 'ifs peninsular situation and the union Si to

j from Liverpool, brings!! dates to the first of Two of the barrels missed fire. The death learn that a successful ,and sanguinary insurrection winds from the North and the Gulf .
1 I August, and the details of an unsuccessful of Gerard.was believed to have taken placeon broke out at that place on the storm such'as hag not! been witnessed for many co, it IB subject to less variation of Me II-
b 1 attempt on the life of the King of France Wednesday from his wounds. He con night of the 14th of August, by the native years in this part of the Territory.<< The in the, tea,

I and his sons,by an infernal machine, while fessed his crime, denying that he had ac Indians(Tapooiers) who made themselves wind blew, as if frantic at being loosed from peraturethe( murmuring Dr. Bell tsthe tan.

y i on"parade in celebrating{ the Troia jourt. It complices. Two white hats, of different masters of the, city, and indiscriminately the cave 'of Eolufl. For the last day of its trary notwithstandingand) hat a much great.

docs not appear that this was the result of zes, were found in his room, so that prob- murdered ev ryvJJ te male inhabitantwho continuance, the rain seemed to fall almost in er' proportion of mild and pleasant we

j nn extensive conspiracy, but it that is impossible; ably another person was cognizant of this was not i ble. to seek refuge on board streams, and,would quite, were it not for the Here too,person! is< surrounded by thOle""'
I to do away the impression political the shipping. who speak the
I I considerations led to the attempt, the effect plan.After the explosion,. an aide-de-camp The insur nts were headed<<1 by"Antonio wind which prevented the,junction of the from the language' often mob

I of which will be to strengthen the power galloppcd off to take the notes to the Queen.; Vlnagre, brot er of Pedro Venagre, who; seeming rivulets. The wind, blowing from those same! section of the country.

/ of Louis ,Philippe, and afford excuses for From him the troops learfied it, and when it will be moored, was recently made the Northeast, raised the water several. feet perhaps/a/ neighbor, is profectedbyWe,

( I strong conservative measures-measures the King advanced complete the review, prisoner ,on t ie return of the president, above high water mark.After pouring incessantly laws, and ,enjoys the,,privileges of the ,
I I which will abridge the, liberty' of speech( he was hailed with shouts of" Vivo le Hoi. Vargas. At t e first attack, the Tapooiers government seat home, and has tag.
i nod the,, press. The following from our On being asked if he ",was wounded, he were unsucc ssful, and they l lost their, for more than three days-as we' saw hearing often of the welfare and facilities far

Liverpool Correspondent, gives details of said "no, but my horse is hurt, sad my cheif and on the some occasion a son of the river expanding itself just ready! ? spreadover those he leaves 'prosperity

1, the ,event. poor comrade killed," pointing to the Due the presidentlasted was .killed. The warfare our extensive, champaign., and beheld ; very important adrantiw,

I ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE LOUIS'' de Trevise. eight d ys, at the end which the some of the merchants conveying awaytheu which Florida possesses over'the West Indies

'PHILIPPE.'v The review proceeded, and nt 5, the president idoned the city with his wares, others proping, up their ware houses as well' as.other, climes.. No ocean roll be.!

j An,attem tJJlS( been made assassinate King joined the] Queen and the Princess forces,.and to k refuge. ,on' board,the ship- which the water was undermining, the -prin- tween him and those' .who.are: dear to him
tho Tuileries. .
at .
pin The of
Louis by means 'of an, infernal' lets their and all its montie night shronda'him and hii
Philippe parapha-
I first press !
; the
TuesgayJuly .On inquiring jiito the 1 history of Girard, The house of foreigners were friends
made -
I Tfa'attempt was on together.
I 28 .celebration of the his real name was found to be Fieschi.lie .- to be seized ponand as much wealth! nalia, we did think of the comforts of' Noahin .
during, whose
!t j 'da "=: the result of which is an offender. had been deposited' in them for protection, His!'mighty boat, wliile the: agonizing cries Those, ; .happiness graduated
Various heroin circulation the work tatist have been im of lees rent the air the gayety of the, lighted hall .or the merry
; has been to :give" Franco all the M glory" of ruinpra respecting aft pillage Wgee fortunate, as they i
haWinggdeposed''ett"imbecile' ; ; and Louis the assassin, the 'most' decided of mense. The American"Consul's house were swept, from the highest poiatto'lrock or 'r dance,will find"moreitrfc t ona.'ie'$'t:.fa

'Thifippd';"alt, the profit of accession to a which was 'that he had made statementsimplicnfmg was broken into;an the insurgents were tret'which they could attain. But the rain. gustine, than- :are,met in., ,any.. .other. part ..f.v.. r
I throne' ""The particulars of the attempt, as the )utchcss do Herri. seen from the shipjing firing from its win bow promise calmed our fears. Florida. _For such as have objections to the' !
far as I cart glean them from the Fronchpapers'iind Two of his a complices are.said to have dows upon, a corns of English marines, sea airgood'(} .
'. full private correspondence been discoverec who were station in the house of; Mr. The storm has passed.away,and we are left actpmmodations.can be obtain-
,1 )from, the Paris very, of.tbo London'journals The choleraThe vas on the decrease. Campbell, by orde of the commander of to see and to hear of its' desolating ,effects ed on the St; John's Rjvef; And for the en- '

1 ; are as follows: heat ((9: 'or""02 degrees) occasions the British sloop: war Race lIorse. 'The I The,injury sustained by the citizens! of Jack- feebling amusements of the night, more than

On the King accompanied by. some alarm.: t the Chamber of Peers the American flag wis torn to pieces ,and onville 'is.much less than it was apprehend an equivalent maybe found in' the,:greater
Tuesday, of Orleans the sun blazing bi the building, it is' hardly; thrown into tbe Meet.The I ed it could be while the ', facility afforded for the healthful and
)bis three, sons, (tbe, Duke water was rolling manly
possible to brae he. Each'ot the members whole pbriilation 'of Para is about :
and the Prince of Join sports of gunning, fishing and J 1
: Duke of Nemours, comes furnish! with halfa dozen shirts,' 25.000J; of whom one half are,,whites.-: over the wharves and through the stores."": sailing on
' ;
Tillei;)and a numerous staff Were proceeding and changes be ween the acts. About one half>o| these found ''protectionon The schooner Ariel broke loose from her anchors lake-like stream surpassing beauty.

to review the trooper 'Tho Royal o'clock cortege A Bail Roa ./is proposed to 'bo constrUcted board the shirking! and of the rest it isles and was driven' ashore about a, mileupthe'frVer. : We are informed that extensive; accoriimoc

and ,quitted the the Tulleqes Place, du at,Carousal nine. betwe i'Paris; andBelgium., The probable all the :t were killed ; ; 'The,10ss; at'Me.s.), .* .x Blanchard. .: ,&.I dations are making at Picolata and Pablo in
on)ea flag pro -
ceeded by thoRuo Rjvoli and the, Placer estimated expei se is 70,000OOUor,80b00' '. ,- j The,English;,, nsul did not even saveh Ride 's steam mill, we;, understand, is consid addition to those which this plats will'al1'ord. '
000 francs;, abcT- 15,000,000. >e books and pets, and Mr. Upton, of
; The
facilities for
,,, V ndo ne. Tho troops- ,. rather a iwr-- '' erable.: The bridges on the roods both North reaching! Jacksonville br
formed in line EOTP-r.-T National l'in an article dated raved r thing, being obliged toounting'house of Charleston
tins of them-were alongiath'sides'o and South ofthis"were'aU'carried to- way or S.avanaaJ.r. are ven
out of his window away,
jump ;
Boulevard the head of Cairo; .1\1a113 draws a frightful ,pic, |
the at ,
,, and to the bore without' his gether 'with all the 'mill dams far great. A steamer will ply weekly.6etweesSavannah'
the Rue Mndelaine.. These troops';fbq King lure of the rnvn es of the ,plague,nod the rush hat.-. as as we +
reviewed and retraced his steps, partially, Cholera i in'S}'"' and Egypt. It mentionsthat Probably ono I Ijilf 'of the' families who have heard. We 'have been informed that at and' Picalata, ,via Jacksonville. ,

)' towards the, Place Vendome, where the of'the, fat, er disease, 14,000Mussel- reached the jshijjnng. left all. their'property, Black Creek the water_ was.. so raised' as, to. forming a continuation of the line from Net

.troops were to file off before him. While men pilgrims perished in a single day,at behind] them. have inundated ,considerable extent, of York. Packets run frequently from Charles-

he'.was at Jlladelaine, inspectingthe troops Mecca. The scourges would,it was sup- WARLIKE: '"pifcpARATioss 'ON'THE country not known'to have been flooded be- ton to Jacksonville, as.also to St Augusta '
'have been posed, if they continued, .save, the' Porte ,.DISPUTED
,inline preparations must BounpAi r.-lt seemS"to be certain ore. Often during the'year vessels are coming di-
the trouble of itself Russian aid ;
a mad, the aim, of which was' to destroy, nailing that Michigan tod Ohio: ore sounding the The loss has fallen mostheavily the tact from New Y YorkPhiladelphia and Boston,,
a at one.fell ," himself and his three to become mat' er of Mehemet AH, whose upon ,
swoop '
r song, and,"thus put,a summary end to,his treasury, mo vet, was fust becoming .ex-, dreadful of notejuf' has preparation.voted $300,000 The for legislature pl lantefs.. J 'The injury to the cotton. and cane We have received the first and second numbers -

I" f dynasty hausteu., Ouoj has, b'oen. .v ry'gr a ., Though before.. the
the expense of'r.. The territorial council :: > of the Zodiac;a neatly executed period-
" ,; At twelve o'cloclr'nt the moment the LGIEI\.S.- hero ie no doubt 'that: the '_ storm they had every"prospect of making'an
of Michigan 10,000. cal of sixteen
i' ,King reached tho Boulevard du Temple French was se relyhandled, by the Arabs Ohio's gallon standard floats 'proudly unusually !- crop,it is the general impression pages,published at AlbanjN.f. e
fa little before ,tho Theatre des Faiiambu- in a fight near )ran. The French admit o'er the main that at least two thirds of what These numbers abound ,in selected and
I they.expected
S tea) was. heard a dreadful explosion; like the lossofficers. of 50 men i and ,some \-valuable And waves the 'of original matter,both interesting and usefnl.i'o .-
star lost.
Michigan as are
a irregular platoon firing. The opinion: at proudly and asfiigfo; ; many of them are appended names sires p

first ,was.that, it,, was ,o discharge of.fire; In some, pa; 9 of Ireland, a great ,pro- The Obioni s are about to enter Tole- Owing the theetorm dy highly .honored in the literary ,worldr I
works, but 1 in' a moniont, ,,tbe awful and i portion of thecondition 1 wer classes is in a starving to severity, of we '
deadly nature :of the ,.perpetration became' and eat distress prevailed. do ; and 'the lichigjtri troops; 1000 i in have! i issued. no pa ier for.the .last two .weeks, Judging from thesespecimens of what the/1 t

',I apparent.. The cries'of the founded were Berlin ,is following ,tho fashion ''of the number Bloodshed; are a. embiitig bo the' inevitable'result to meet' them.-if Tbe.water game beating into the office, and intend to give their readers; it will be an ornament

i "beard dreadful confusion'.ensued.;.and day; it has bee,the scene of riots. the'United'li'' mu 'Government does'- rolling around in a manner, quite too familiar to the'tJeriodic: literature. of oar I f

then, for th /,first time,the,people, learned ,LiTBKATURt.' The. riew Monthly Magazine inte ere.-| ea. not for conveni nee. ,Compelled to remove country,'u'4ihUet'with that'encourafeibwii e
that,a showerof balls had boon fired at the for Is to contain which is awarded to successful -efforts.: ,Al-
' August a 'poen The GloU of the 21st' ult. says soh :---'V .we/were/ unableto restore them in -
'King and his cortege, from an, infernal '
machine; placedta the front,window. of a : (hithertounpuMisbcdof301) lines,by Lord hear no'morojof the bloody border wan- time to' 8S e.a paper. 'Our readers will'bear >any is'a very flourishing,mercantile'place,
Its is love.
Byron. subject There eeeins o' have been a mighty stir with in and it gives us pleasure to notice that soccer e
house, I us u: we become reseated in
fairly '
In Blackwood is I
an eulogistic,
mightsay about nothin .the port of Michigan. in commerce the literature..Til i
r The first and ..most prominent object was an affectionate review of Willis poems our.Editor al chairandbecomefamiliarwtihthe opens way
the King., Waving ,,bis hands to the Natioonl This is from the pen of Professor Wilson; new o: er.of things.. Albanians'canand we hope'they will enetaia

Guards d the people, and pointing Lockbart's Life ,of Scott is 'coming out The goon y of Cotton consumed l in,the I the periodical so auspiciously commenced
to his sons) beside him as if that United i Stat is: about
,+ showing : next month. ,200,000balesand 1 I5VAL1D .-We think the prospect is'most
they had escaped. An aide-de-camp, held' the Value of ese, whea, manufactured, is favorable 1 r a warm and 'winter.umrner We learn from the Charleston Courier re-
Up the bat of.a marshal of France, the feather the New more than fo : millions of dollars, pleasant ,
[From Orleans American, 15th ult.] y t The past' 'has1:' been cornparativdycool'and'peasant'andthe'laet ,carved by the Steamer Florida,'that! there j
\ t plained with blood. This was the hat The Wool :rop of the present year was I
TEXAS.By the arrival of tbe schooner \ have been two more fires in that eity. Axe.
t .
Marshal Mbrtier Duo de Trevise this winter 'so
,- p'robably wo h twenty-five millions ; and, ; was
\ gallant map (one of Napoleon's,, warriors') in Lady possession Madison, Capt.of late Dun intelligence ford, we are from put us a .general calculation, ,of;its manufactures unusually,, old, that we,can anticipate,;;only i in King street between Broad, and Traddtreets e
had been .instaataneoslslykrlled by one oi' shoot fifly millions for the ,'by which several buildings were detroyed. v
Texas, It appears,that that is in worm wet er I remainder! of the au-
tbe balls. of,, the infernal 'machine. The state.of extraordinary excitement'and country The mam ctures of Leather and Iron tumn and e coming:winter For the last. The other was first observed .boat ting

King's arm was grnz d by n .ball, his liorso the eke\ of a revolution. 'I'he.alnnningprogres (not includhg'I :the' common smithwork, aeto sji weeks L unusually large rain from the roof of a two story wooden build- ting
wounded 10,, t le.ne Ie, but Jle displayed the latter;axe worth not less than eighty quantity
of centralism attached Mr. Corolia p
the to
I through rest of hae-fallen nd :Angua Stewart's
we cannot
coolness and 11 rode the reasonably expect
scantly to millions
up the : ; a yen. .
Doss .wbence.th", c Iscbnrgo came. ;It''' is sion republic-Hi Anna meditated threatened inns A into bui icsg! is, making' ,rapid stridesto a,rainy se m to follow. It'is the,opinion of Hotel,'in Broad street, The flames were. ,inp-- I
bylSanta -a sale of : t
':curious that,had. ,th "Kink occupied his large quantity.( of 'settled territory-the im a impoatan-*, the manufacture of Silk.- the.. "knowwith g ones"that .we. shall be. favored pressed after consuming the wooden building f
proper place in the roceS8lou' ; his would position1of burthcnsome and unequal taxes This, it' is sid; ,. will ,,be, in five, years, or a war winter.., And they ore' too muchinterested mentioned' and 'shriek; kitchen near ':, Ths

bave been the forfeit ire. lIe did not take on the commerce of the country, and the less, worth, Ont ,ten to twenty: millions a i preserving the young growth lOBS of Mr. Stewart'is considerable.. r; PQ90 l
,the centre of the road, but retained that year, and gh a profitable employment to tin I
.. arrest of the Governor'ere'circumstaaceawhich not to have been'close' were insured. The Courier adder, there,
orange tree bbservimes 1
on the side, next the he bad -
place, troops! vast numbenj women and,'children, at
been.inspecting. have aroused the: people of-Texas their Nat. Int. ersof"thWe and seasons:?' be but little doubt that the torch of the rotes [ I
own [
the defence of their '
to rights and
to resist cres-
1 Besides the Duke de Trevise,the follow oppression. 'Dieetingstavq been held in ," A are g id to be able to say so much for diary. has been again; at work. <,<
Ing',were killed :=Gen de Lachasso de' the encour gement of those who driven I
the .
all towns and villages. Among the PcRcnAsilor' TEXAS.-A paragraphfrom are The steamer Florida arrived at our Whores
.' VorignyrCaptl'Vil1ate, aide-de-camp, to test; Columbia, 'llarrisburg, Valisco; Bra- one of lie Louisiana papers has been from the ccjnforU ind'pleasures of home, by last from' to
; Marshal Jlaison ; Lieut. CoL, Rieussec zoria and San Philippe, have that insidious and evening, Savannahon'her wet
adopted resolutions extensively cbpied, intimating. that a Treaty devouring,tyrant, disease
r the 8th Legion| four grenadiers ; a Colonel expressive of indignation atl'thelroceedmgs had been jgned for the cession Texas We ,can Bympathise with them, for we' have Picolata. We are glad, to see. :her (lidinr,
in the army ; two citizens ; a woman and of the;'General Government again down It wenu>
the Unite States. river.
'' ( to This, we are ena tried it before upend our
a child. The wounded: were Oe .lIeymez them.anfouncfthat. our anticipated
and of a determination'to resist them. A bled to Is incorrect.Ve'are led give life The 'merchert
say, to to thing.
f (struck by 5 balls, one of which carried Convention' has also, been called ''by those : believe that''pegociations have taken place ills,were: much the greatest., ;We experienced moves with every step. The l loob<

away. his nose.) Generals Colbert, Pelet' meetings, and a determination expressedto on';the subject, but we: are riot Informed a, pleasure in changing a section quicker planter ot 6u
,'t' an(BUD ; Col. Itafiu ; Capt.. Marion ; one abide by its de isions. with what prospect of success. 'Ve'should of the country'which had assumed the brownrobe' around and hastens the preparation
citizen, and five;women. All of those arelGt1e.xpeeted'to I It is stated that all the states of Mexico crop, and dreams of other' section wind
: presume however, that the late disturbances of winter,for one where the greenness of
} recover. Three' or .four except :Texas: have given their assent to in Texas would weaken the attachment stilllingen. send each streams oftacdvity weT'L'' ktf
others are slightly w.ouDdad.'Immediately'o .. # Centtnlum..and td_ the inmini/ui_. _nn_.__ t\F Santa ,of tha: Mexican.c'overnment: .'to that summer" -me.. wa. ?pleasant- to stroll prosaic li1'E..n thrAa.e.a....... j0t'
the fall of the Due de Anna. This system is doubtless the proper Province, and make them 'more willing to in evergnen'Tonet on & sunny wintenviday den at its noisy velocity; and proceeds with
t; Trevise, stnoke: \ was seen to issue from the one for the Mexican people, but it will get rid of so troublesome a protege.. or lounge:iii the shade ,of tropical* yer? in the oChis fuk
third story of a h use,1\lo.50, of the lloulvard not'do for''' the Americans. Texas cannot dure inhaling its ragrance,while imagination new energy completion coJDJllIl'

t, du Temple. The 1st and 2d stories submit to it | her only resource is in 'arms. FLORIDA SIJ.K.-We have received r painted the free: ing blast and icy path that Individuals feel its bifluence ; the

'' were occunled by a'wine merchant Each declaration of their independence is the inspection, a skein of sewing silk, made by were"felt and te m around the home we left nity feel it, and the streams: of.life eoon
F etory bad but one window and 'a 'single next thing we.will doubtless hear of. the fair hands of a young lady at her fath Of the thousand who in their way with quicker pulsation through
; ( room- The house was invested and searched Santa Anna i in concentrating a large er's, on the Witblacoochey river,Hamilton twenty the StateN. veins of society
, / The room in which the infernal ma force at Saltillo If be moves one step towards county, Florida., The silk is beautiful and alone, according: to the estimation

chine 'was, I la only G feel by 7. ,Tbe machine Texas, it will amount to a declara strong, It is said to be her first attempt, an eminent phyacian} ,ore writhing under the We notice a paragraph going the roundarl'

was very strong, and consisted of 25guntbarrels tion of war. and owing to the small number of worms, pains inflicted by that fell destroyer of happiness the which Mr.1'bom'
in a frame, and could be dis The political and military chiefs have she'bas only made a pound of sewing silk and life,consumption, a great proportion papers at the North, in iJ reprt'

1 charged: once, The1'were so disposed issued, proclamations for' the purpose of by way of experiment. The specimen is would be rescued from his ravenous a> Douglass, the District Attorney, i0'
as to heable. to strike a man on horseback allaying the.excitement, but they are little left at Wilson's book store for the inspection would to the jaws, settled to have been shot at in Jacb D
in the centre of the Boulevard. They were reparded.i, of the public.-[Floridian.A they escape mild,balmy air of a The fact of his having,been shot_at i.frost

EO ''leav Jt loaded,that although'the barrels The Texonians look with confidence towards tropical. clime, before he had (Ued'his fangson Bat we beg to be excused the, credit of MJ

fit, .were new'five of them bad burst A man their fellow citizens of the United GREAT Hoe.-A: Hog from Warren their,very vitals. It grieves one to see So. it wu done in Bt, Augustine. We eond"

'; named Augusta Girard, a mechanic, aged States particularly to those of the western county, Ohio,is now exhibiting in Washington many, the innocent, the gay, the lovely, the fiendish ]s&-
' 24, was taken in custody: His, room bad States .assistance in case of a war with CitY It is said to be the largestever gnat and the,good, habiting his cavern, .our citizens safe from any such
.,a back window to which be bad attached i Santa Anna. It is hoped that they will exhibited in this country, being nine with this Hydra preying very their Ufa's tacks while in the bosom of their familiesTHE

a rope, that he mizht make' his escape,- not be disappointed in this expectation.In : .- feet two inches in l length, three feet eleven blood U upon the"eath-
, The bursting of the barrels severely wounded fact we believe that at the first signal, inches in height,- and measures round the where escape M> sup To all inch W><.&T : .-For two days jef

him i in the neck, lip and forehead. He thousands of the hardy sons of the West body eight feet three inches He is of the we would sap flee, flee, if his ravages have hu been quite eoW for this part of

! was in the act of escaping by the rope, out i i will cross the boundary to join their former I Russian breed, three years and four months not already,undermined the citadel of lif .- country. At sunrise, stood yesterday .

I of the back window, when the police ap fellow citizens in maintaining.the principles I old, and is said to actually weigh one Aoti- Go and give nature an opportunity .>to resuscitate ing, the thermometer at, CO9 wbicJ& b

I prehended .him.. ,lie'vu taken to Coati of.7ft, !t.. >r, v ., and and four hvndrtd pounds/ ,.-;"!*("v itself if; VV; '.'. its ,f'ttf,,iiI"I commonly, at this season of the year.

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J '.ofl'he subject of abolition- DEATHS.At in the Post Office at'Jack- from the ):
Monroe Coun.
obe IS.walte I REMAINING ESCAPED ON ROUTE NO. 2471. .. ';
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di rFOVlng the course of the Ab- Mandarin on the,24th nit, CorneliusW. ; County 'on the 30th District of Florida a prisoner 1 VIA PABLO. ,
therlo P.( held ,In all the rmporsties Sean, aged about 22 native of Sept. 1835-and if not taken out in three by the name of JAMES S. SI.llOJ'DS "
}ulve' b y? Washington, D. C. years--a. months, they will be sent to the General Post who was committed ,to my custody on threeIndictments Leave St. Mam every Wednesday,at2 P.M.

'th.'exj.. or the nBhflaTe-holding: states.rtgpondent At Black Creek,Henry Smith, aged about Office as DeadLetters., found by the grand jury of said Arrive at Pablo every Thursday/by 7P. M. t

from Ontario county, N. Y. 40 years-a. native of Washington, 1) C. B Thomas T. Moody., County, on the several charges of murder, Leave Pablo every Friday, at G A. M. '
i Jaks of the state of feeling in the in- Sarah A. Broward, tN piracy, and larceny, and made his escape by Atrive at St. Augustine same day,by 6 P. M'LeavcSt.

eat.ed.- '" II The' people MARINE JOURNAL. Mary Broward, M. E..J. North, means of false keys :on the night of the 14th Augustine every Monday atG AM"Arrive .. r si I
'011. Of the C', Empire State. John Broward, Nat. I inst. He is a native of New Ihrtfohl;(Con) at Pablo same day by G P. M.; :. 1
State are ,all mad at, the headlong, William Blount b a mariner, and has been for several years in Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at (5 A. M' '; ,;,1
g damnable course of, the Abolitionists. PORT OF .u.CKSONVILLE.OCTOBER 8. M. Bowroson, Russell Onnon. command of trading'' and wrecking vessels, Arrive'at Marys next day by 11 A.'M! u, I
her. I and at one time'commo.nded the Schr. Lydiaof VIA JACKSONVILLE
few and what there Edgar S. Barrows t !
the Abolitionists are ARRIVED-7th steamer Florida Hub- "
, ; Philadelphia; He is about of
oM C. L. Boliver fttePlWson thirty years
if 'do A. Neil Leave St Marys every ,Saturday, at 2 P. M '
d' even here, they bard from Savannah ,
'e6'a rill'get' Lynch<5 f" passengers. Oran Baxter, William Perry, age, five feet five or six inches'II t high, has a Arrive at Jacksonville next day by G P.1\1.
Iliad what !-hey'are about. CLEARED-8th, steamer Florida, Hub- Nancy Bellamy, George Pindarvis. down cast guilty .look,dark sallow complex. Leave Jacksonville every Monday at 5 A.M.

givethefofowing names of individu.. bard;for Savannah. Eliza Bellamy, '. X ion, but from close confinementfor several Arrive at St. Augustine'same day !by G P..b1.: .
e months had become somewhat pale has a remarkable
Florida and the travelling MEMORANDA.NEW Arthur Durney. Henry Reflly, Leave St. Augustine every Thursday, at G ,
and his head and
Georgia scar on. ,ome' scars A. M. '
mela n .C. Francis Richard 3Rachel
in TVTnrrfil'a pain hlet who YORK;Sept.18.-AaiuvzD.-Schr. : about his face'. He is, well knottrrin New
p '
Brv, as appeaconcernedwith AU Felicity, Stratton Id! days-from this port. Chaste, Williaml.Ross, York where his wife's connexions'reside.I Arrive at Jacksonville same day by G Pr'M.-
that desperate outlaw; Saluda George,Colt. 2 John Leave Jacksonville } 5 A., RL .
L i 19. Schr. Perry, from the Chesa Rostt, will give the'above reward if he is every Friday at
slates to insurrection. peake. D Robert Re >inson, secur- Arrive At St Marys next day.by 1 P. M:
Liting the ed in Jail in the United States the
Wm. 1s. Donaldson. John "or Jonathan any or CROSS HOCTK-VIA ST. JOHN'S Bujrr.
CtBARED.i-Schr. Atlanta Hanford for '
EOllolA.lI.lIoris, D. Harris,two Ra- same reward with all reasonable expenses if 1 Leave I
; E Pablo
this on the 18th. every Friday, at 5 A. bL. "
ts. four CnUins, \V. Johnson, S. Gain-; Schr.port Bushrod, Houston, Cot St. Augustineon Chandler S. Emory.F Ralchfotd.S. delivered. THOMAS to me nKey EASTIN West.U. S. Marshal.' Arrive at Jacksonville same day by 12 M. ', ..4, i
twO Cia 1shLws! four Peaks, two Hef- the 18th., F Edward II. Sams, 3 Leave Jacksonville same dayat IP. M. ', ; 4
'D. Coalmen, four Reyes, sue tosses Fleming, ,,3 Gurney Smith, 2 Key West, July 25,1835.FOR; Arrive at Pablo same day by 7 P. M. t't >i' '

usby I Asbly,Benson, Esq. two ea Charles E. Flinn,' Benandini Sanchez, ISAIAH D. HART, P.,M. ..\
WIDA.-E. Carmeter! MV. IJ rgeret, t Sheriff's Sale. Josiah Fogg. D. Sanchez, SAJ.E.VALUABLE Jacksonville July.31st. 1835. ':- ''I t'1. J 'J

B. Stafford,L. M'- G Micsjah Simmons, COTTON PLANTATION, pleasantly "
Mripel I 'A. Sterling, virtue of two writs of Ft. Fa. Issued A
\ By S. Gardiner Smith situated and 'on the St. NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS.: 'II''
Flush C. Winkle, two M'Gilits, of a Magistrate's Court and to me D. Mary healthy, :
G. '
nt Josiah Gates., Caroline 'Seorsa. Johns' river, in Duval county,l Florida, four .
three directed 1 will to Sat- .
on .
publio sale '
,J. Ure8t : expose : .
f08kaW 1 ;!_ :.- wrdayethe7th Jay "of'Ndvember next,'between II Jane ''T- miles Above the, growing town of.Jac 80n. I ....... ',1_,"
'wn6 ;''travel from place to the usual hours of sale; in front of the Joshua Hickman' ,Tucker, 2 ville, containing acres, of which one half "- ,* ..
er'. G. Boal- Court-house,in the town of'Jacksonville, all Reubin Hogans, Sarah Tucker. ((250 acres) is good planting .land; in a compact I f
-..:Two gain; 8.:: Cowper,- the right, title, and interest, Elizabeth Charlotte Hall, U body, and under 'fence \lit has a good will be a' regular conveyance Ibr "
a R. Harris Doddridge' II. Helley, C. Hendncks, and as administratrix of ,the estate Isaiah D.Hart,, ,3 Thomas Underwood.I Dwelling" House,with all the other neceRsary THERE J 'once. week from St. Mary's ,. '

1 rk three Rinens, li:Tailor, two Jones, of Ezekiel Hudnaly, deceased, in and to. Clerk Super. Court..4 ,IGeofge I- w buildings required on a Plantltion. Those Oeo., by Pablo to St. Augustine > to leave St.,

Q.to rce Levits, G. Hunter' G. a certain tract or parcel of land, lying: and I L '' Waltom, 3 who wish to purchase;:'can C'lI' on Josun Mary's every Wednesday 2 o'clock, P. M,, ,
ker7s.Ske lock, Soril,Phelpes being in the Countv of Duval. and boundedon Joseph B. Lancas-- Artdlcw\ 2 GATES who is on the will I aid and arrive at Pablo next day. ,

,erI ; the South by St."Johns river, on the Welt .ter, 3 Gabriel Waters, them in an examination of til premises.iftsent .- Persons, who wish to avod: : a night exposure -' f
writing John Lawton. JOht tT' Williams : They will have a view of the crop, on the water will find
&:IFPKCTS or>>: T1tFu.Ulcs.-Since: 'Creek and on the North ''and ,, ;vefy'comfortllble
I learn that an extensiye combi- ; MtIiogan's lands, and contains two hundred 1\1 Cha el Willey, and froni him,or the subscribe t St. Mary', accommodations at Fernandina, at Mr. A.: t
above; we and fifty acres;by estimation ; at presentin William Morgan, Tim i Wightman. Georgia, may obtain the terms sale. Dine' 'and can leave Fernandina the next |{

,: tien of free. negroes and r slaves: has.. ,beentested the occupancy of Col. James Dell ;, leviedon David McKees. 2 Y WHIFFLE.Jacksonville LD1UCII.(4w31 morning, and arrive at Pablo the same dny.-h i>!

) ,headed by a few low and ignorant as the property of the said Elizabeth Hen- Thomas Moody, 2 Hen young. Aug.17. ( They can leave Pablo every Friday morning. fat !
n tee,in Alachua County., ,They had i pro- dricks, and as administratrix, &c,. at'the suit i ISAIJ\I D. ART, P. M. 4 o'clock, and arrive at St. Augustine at U; .' ,
1. .. NOTICE. P. M. same day; leave St. Augustine every'Sunday 4
: lect'their officers head of S. Streeter. '
led so far as io ,or CLERK'S OFTICK DUVAL and arrive Pablo .! .
y ey 1.. ;An'election'for this purpose was. held September 30, 1835., 5w36, i JacKsonville. August ,1835., 5 1 Passengers wishing to visit' St. Augustine,
different places on the same sabbath, How NOTICE is hereby giveatlmt, an Elec- ALL, persons having any, etds or other I will be accommodated on reasonable terras
be held for Member\ of the Fare from St. St.
n not INDIAN AFFAIRS. of writing t b>9 recorded, Mary's by Pablo to Augus.
snsive this organization maybe yet Legislative!i Council, Terribry of Florida, will please leave'the money fo recording the i tine $5. From St. Augustine to Pablo $3.

irtoined. 'If we are to live in daily peril i Sale of Indian'' Cattle. for Duval County, on the'second Monday 'same also-otherwise the dee< s or other (n. There is alsoa safe boat wh ch will run

P IT lives in consequence,of the infatuated, : sale of the'Cattle to be surrendered October next, at the following places in struments will not be placed lip n record until once week from Pablo to Jacksonville ; and

01a dlong zeal :of a few misguided men, it ise THE the United States by the Seminole the' County aforesaid, und the superintendence the fees is paid. will depart and arrive so as to meet the mail,
of kind boat its re\urn from SU and the
Persons having papers an already on Mary's
lf under the 6th Article of the of the following Inspectors, to '
further was don -they Indians, .Treaty ,
something it arrives from Fare'from.
m recorded, will please call andjpay) for them, stage as Augustine.
relit in,outraging. the, feelings _of their fel of the 9th of May, 1832, with that Tribe,road wit witAT / tbt- as the work is done, and I wan my pay, .Pablo to Jacksonville'$M'- All fare, to
commence at Flotard'a place, on the JACKSONVILLE in first precinct,
ISAIAII D. IIART Clerk. be paid at Pablo. < TAYLOR.
I ,
w citizens at the north, and jeopardizinglives leading from Micanopy to Tampa, about 12 Inspectors- :-William 'J>, Mills, John \yo ,
'at 'the south harsher Seminole the let Jacksonville, Aug. 3. 29tf QTThe: Mail boat will leave. Pablo for St.Mary's :
e of those some miles from'the Agency, on Richard, and William B. .
There should day December ensuing, and at Volucia, every Tuesday and return on Thurs.day. :
aures should be resorted to. WMITESVILLK, in 1.8': pro- RAILROAD OtICI:
e : The leaves Pablo every Friday"for
Johns river stage
on the right bank of the St. on s
E. '
5I ome as bold heart and as firm hands as the,15th day of the same month, and be continued cinct,-Matthew H. | James St. Augustine ,,and returns on the iuccti* 1
aid ba found, if the.cry, was U down with from day to day, until the whole that Hutchespn, and John G.-&nith. ding Sunday.: Gm3 ,. -'it{

0e tyrant. ,For us there' cnn be no,worse may be surrendered at';those places, respectively James AT MANDARIN Hall Alexander, in the W.tl3rd reitchton precinct, and ..... .... .,. ... .. 01 .. JACKSONVILLI, I 'J S
shall be sold. : : c
rAnd will the South ,
nnythan, this. long Sales will be made ,to the' highest bidder; James Plummer. ,undersigned'Commissioners give no- ,AND TALLAHASSEE ,STAGE. *t tIIE. .. I
adf'ire it? Shall we longer listen to the cry. and prompt payment required from purchasers AT ST. JOHNS .uFF'in'lhe, fourth pre- that pursuant to the} Act entitled '" .:

'r peace; peace, when there is no peace ?' in every case.. fiDct-l\lat hew Jenkins, John" Houston, An Act to amend'an Act toincorporate the. i

e 1 Abolitionists'declare that they send hone It is probable that I a considerable number and. Lewis Christopher., FLORIDA PENINSULA: AND JAC*IONVILLE RAILROAD ..

to other than the most of Indian Ponies, or horses, will be offered at ,AT BROWARD'S, CEDAR:,' CREEK, inthefifth COMrA ',"ataoroved February: 15,1835, ,
( eir publications private sale or public auction' at the times precinct,-Charles Bnward, John that the Books win be ag&1niJpenech.tJac: Public are 'informed tliata, Jineof Y

ti.o ft t fAttb citizenswhen- ftfrjour limited and,nnint. aaaignll.ted. Broward, and Willtam-Eiibnok. 4..- '--' sonvijle' athq store ot I.-D: Hart', Ba .street, Lovetams.Blenrich/u.ietlllynluhetrreetl.. "r.._
,trtedge, :one has been nt}o r a'long I rT"W'ILEY'THOMPSON"; hand on the tn'daiTbFATay, an : Given under Jack.onviUefto
at IMpavrt-hoiue
Seminole! Rem. my the 1st of August next to receive .
Supt. day
informed, iti
e i to a molatto, .whlch.we are town :-Jacksonville "IfM place every Monday. r "
in the of fourteenth rrysaid I
1835. Rail
Florida4th Oct. for t.c Road ,
Seminole Agency gubscriptions stock
l i to his dark acquaintances,both: free anctl day of September, A. D. 1835. a into execution. (ET: Forty pounds baggage will, be allowed ti'
to each passenger and for weight, I
see.' How many, such will it require, toe NOTICE. ISAIAH b. BART, By the 8th Section of this amendatory Act, one cent per pound, will be, charged for every ,
u eve '{house in the South f Shall we subscribers having disposed of all Clerk Duval7kTE 1 Court tf Court. the subscribers for 'stock heretofore taken, i .ten'miles. *>

Lie trill I the tragic scenes of Hayti are com' THE stock, of ,goods to Mr..WILLIAM have a prior right to subscribe for the lame ., DTFare through, each way p25. ', I
authorised to announce name amount of Stock on the'New Books. M.THARRIS#
RIDZR arid taken the'store l&1elyoc. \ are JAMES ,
ced before ,we act, and act efficiently? having V V W./lRR1.rrua'Can. & IJIII 'P. HART. 1 I IJac'k80nvure
them they cheerfully recommendtheir of COL. JOAN Jan. 14. :Jtr-( .
cupied by ,
him. didate'to represent the CountyorDuval; in JAMES; DELL,' .... ._ .. y i .>* -j/
customers to patronize .w I
"vwish the erudite Editor' of the Floridaild'would ,Mr. Rider is fully authorised to settle all the nlxt Legislative Council. fir this Terri: W. J. MILLsSTEPIIF.N CONVEYANCE' }FROM *; *ff '

|Helene inform us what "the enlight- our Book accounts contracted in our store tory. May'1TilE 21. EDDY, JACKSONVILLE TO 8T' AUGUSTINEJ
j < d I citizens the, Granite State" have to do business. '''Those indebted 'to: us either by JOS,D. LANCASTER. :r i

Iwii t h our jail road. We hope they have not note or book account,are requested to>call alhts friends; of ROBERT 3WELOW/ Jacksonville, March 31, 183G. 14 ," ,1,1),1'fTHE / ::1
store and the same, without delay, or him as a Candidati.to representthe I ,
inf armed. him that they were to transport here suits will ,be commenced. ,County of Duval,in the aei Legislative' R. ]1. GREGORY, : :t

the granite hills, for,then we might be corned BLANCHARD &,RIDER. Council. Jane 4. Attorney'and Counsellor at'Law,, wile he h-

pel. to sharpen the, deer's. n les. We are .Jacksonville, Sept 17tb, 1835.: 35tf'' office in Jacksonville for Subscriber from run Jacksonville
opened an good Horses, 'to
.___. HE fKends' of SAMUEL EIGLES, by HAS
poi ienlar u to the last point, since he claimse IT ,his consent announce hin as a Candidate practice of the Law, in the several 8t. Augustine, once a week ; to' 'leave, ; this

tol the only medium of correct information NOTICE. to represent,the County of Juval in pie Courts .of Du val and of the adJoining coun place every Monday morning, and arrive in
BLAJtCIIARD fy ties. .. 1
i St.AugustlneontheevenlnQoftliesame day,
Territory ofFlorida
[for his I portion of the_country; HAVING"purchased Goods in this place, next Legislative Council' fortis. himself that all business. entrusted Returning-will leave ct. Augustine on

t' '.' c and taken the store: recently occupied by 5 Augustl.'Tt1flHENRY to his care, shall receive prompt and Wednesday morning,and arriye this placeon
,,1 Foreign: :News,is of so"much,imppr-! them;I calculate to replenish the stock with 'him.IfJL diligent attention. ',I the evening of time same day., ;vy!; '",

|UnP ce this week, that we, have gratifieotu* such articles maY'.be wanted .to have a self ..1 a Candidate HARTLYkmounoes to rpresent the Jacksonville, July 15,1835.: ; 29tf Q3"Forty pounds baggage will be Allowedtoeachpassengerandfbranygreaterweight ,

*:kr.'with 'its' details, to the eJCIUSlb: of, good assortment for this market. 'of Legislative .
Duval. in the
lothipoe If,matter: __ ID-Purchasers:: will find it for their interestto County Council for this Territory.. >J eac r STORE TO LET.TIDE' one cent per pound will be charged- for every
ItEATA call u above. : STORE at MANDARIN re- ten miles 't ? TWJjr, t J f

E ;....At the head of the first piece 'of, 'O::,'Pay. on'delivery: of the goods. Mandarin- June 20. occupied by E.A. Co. |QD"Fareeach:: way.i. 1ft4I i l' ; I l i
try, on ,the-'first pagefor "Anaescon"Anacreon. WILLIAM RIDER. IIXN: Esq. ,will be rented on fair II' II.- PHILIPS. a :
lea d:l Jacksonville; Sept; 8,1835.; 35tf TO THE CITIZENS DUVAL terms. It is a good stand for business, and Jack.onvilleFeb.2. I' .6tr,' r: I '

OOtiNTTTNDERSTANDING possession can be immediately.. 1.1'

Fone'LTINS, ALMOST!-We are informed by EAST FLORIDA,'RAH .ROAD that npprfs! are inV Apply to C. READ, near the premises. fiO,000 ,L11S., OF IILACK'MOSS' ; I

of. the"passengers on the, Rail'Road, COMPANY. circulation, that apxiintment u 'August- 3,1835. : ; 29tf, WANTED.. ,.ale', ,Ih'.,.,

that, the train of car vwent from Hallston toerford is hereby: given,that meeting Lighthouse Keeper will inter ere with my Subscriber'will purchase the'fTilE above t
\Va on' Saturday aftfrrioon in 55 NOTICE Stockholders of the East Florida duties 'u representative of the County it NOTICE. of Blaok MOM, delivered in
mineve, JteaJ J, AlmOst's'piile in two minutes Rail Road Company: will be holden at'the .' elected, and that I should not (?roba.blYjet'the I WILL Court-house hold 'a Magistrates Jacksonville Court the at Second the Savannah' previous to 1st.October, in largeor
leave of absence in on
9.Lewis No.'1 Commercial 'necessary ems* ,
r.the whole distance !1' This I. goingsad' office of SAK'L small,quantities. '
tb with Gaz. wharf, in the City of Boston, on the 15Ui of Legislative dutie.-J beg"ttty& ; to my old Saturday in each month, at10o'clock', A* ,.J, tiY. MOILRELL, '
a vengeance.-[Laos. confidence business left with
friends'for whose and present MLIn absence
.,;., "' '' :1 _.. _. .. October next, 1835, for the purpose of organ. past my will '::4w27
June 17
r. : -( said Directors in me, I entertain.th*;most profound O. M. Dorroan Esq. b. Punctually attended 'Savannah, t+ .' n
The people of Arkansw have decided, zing Company,by elected I will S.STREKTER "
and such other business as consideration, that If ag b i to. 4r 'e 4
JITer i large,majority, in favor of having that transacting before said may serve them; and every thiiig in my power Justice of the Peace. NOTICE.f'
ntoryJ erected jpto a Bute. Michigan\ come' SAM'L 8.LEWIS, 1 shall be done for their welfare. If for the JonelT. 25 THE'subscriber will hold Justice's Court
tnd Florida are soon to be admitted into JOHN HENSHAW, jurpose of attending ,the legislative Counil the Oflioe of O. Mi Donaon, Esq. in 1

the Union, and including Arkansas, will I DAVID' HEN HA W, .C m'n. : leave cannot be obUIneJ from the proper FOR SAL'E.mwo Jacksonville, on the Jut Saturday: in each
crease the number 6f State* to twenty- J. DANFORTH, I authority to be absent, (which I do not&Dtiel.I Copper Stills,nearly new; one containing month. In my absence, any bv.ines left '

air< a*--[Georgian.a STEPHEN WHITE, J I pate) I will resign my- appointment u Light- .L two hundred gallons with a with Mr.Dorman, will b*junctuaJlYluend,' ,

Boston, Aug. 19., 6w34PROCLAMATION house Keeper, heater of the same capacity; the other containing ed to, STEPHEN EDDY,,,,, ,

,a' COKE1S.-Two comets are now in Your fellow. citizen. fifty gallons, which will be disposedof Justice.. .of the reaet ,.,
lieOD JOHN WARREN., i terms advantageous th purchaser June, 3. ,
,leigborbood of this mundane .
sphere, 1 for further particular* inquire of 0. BWD-
>f which has been seen and identified, By George K. Walker,'Seerdarv, and Acting NOTICEIs INOTON, Esq. Whitesville, or at this office. I NOTICE \ '' h

thh lUG a telescope, at New Haven. The Governor, of Fliriaa.TTrniEREAS hereby given,that the Books for receiving Jacksonville May 6. ItHf8TODART pertons'haini*demands against! the*

oil of revolution of Halley'Comet, is an Election was held on the subscriptions to the tlitalstock} of the ALL of Mrs. CUJlANTJSE' OAV-. J ,

78BO rears; while ''that of Enck'a is only W first Monday4 In May, 1835, for the 'I SOUTHERN UFE IXSVRAXCE AXD St. CURRIER, TIER, dec. will present them properly atteated. -

) _,t>_[N.Y. Mercury., election of a*Delegate to the next Congressof TRUST COMPANY," will be,opened at the T' ITHOCnAPHERS, Xvrooatrauc'and and all! persons indebted to said Estate'',

-the United States, for the Territory 'of office of Thomas Douglas, &q in the City JLJ CorrERrLATC PRINTERS ENORAVXRS.. will make I immediate payment to *' *.,.

7''J1e charges for ,board and mod ing' in Florida; and,whereas at said election, JOSCFH of St. Augustine, on the second day of No- No, 1, Wall-street. New. ,York. W. B. BOSS.-
theidYl p ,n JillIotets in New York, have M. Wlttn received a greater number' of vember next, at 10 o'clock,A. M. and will Jacksonville? ,Jnly 25, 1835. SKH*%* .Ii '

need from f 1,50 to $2 day and rotes than any other individual, u appearsby be kept open from time to stoelt adjourn. of all descriptions Printed at
per ,
IroQI $10to $12 week. The reasons the returns legally made to me INoW' ment, until the whole of the shall be BLANKS ., at short fUtiC*. JELP IIANDS'WANTED.- \
per therefore, in of law I do subscribed not thirty days.
Tetal 51 by the proprietors;are the high pri- hereby,proclaim the said pursuance Joseph M: White; ;LOT extending CLARK, \Q7'AI.o' Job Work in'a handsome style, TWELVE: Dollar a month will be paId,
liked for ProvislooLGeneral duly'electedthesDelegatefrom this ROBERT RAYMOND REID and on reasonable terms.Justice ,for five 0'el;rood J l-llf1u., '
Dollars for Geed PloetJOSHUA ***.. \ i
to the next Congress of the United State., THOMAS DOUGLAS. ;. Blanks -D. d__BilU of La- and fifteen IllCKVAN. \
Samuel Smith baa heen elected Given under-my hand this 28th day of CornmlMio erl. ding-Manifest*, A.e:,constantly for.**!. at U. -I : :w'J. : t ,f
.par Baltimore,by a large majority.. August, A. D. 1835. G.K.WALKER. Just 2d,1835.. 23 this office.f45. .S. ** May i ,.

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THE Sxontar DAT.-It was a drizzling, DRY GOODS S
........... -r--- hand ;: THE Bs'CRmE.R'havinr
t 1\IISOE'LL'A.NEOUS. half snowy day; just such a day as puts THE Subscriber'hu on Scruthtf'1.11lJ1Ckltura1i8 PUrt
: nervous people in a bad humor with themselves ,sale, on reasonable terms, Editor and proprietor "Mi !'fromiyl. "
: and every body else. Job Dodge ing articles I vii I solicits the support 'the f'Joan D fa
7' WIFE.-.- 'a ien4,of;
,. A after lure and of the
.r' : Mt brooding over the fire, immediately DRY GOODS. interest connected *
, !+ rllo\v delightful, is it<-eays D'lsncli, in' breakfast. < His. wife.addressed him as Dr Sattinetts, N throughout the Southern He

Ins Curiosities of Lltcrature--wli! the follows t "Mr.. Dodge can't you mend that white adcloth8i low Flannels,. CAPT., HUBBARDTILL published<<: this work'for Mr. Lei!

mind Of the female is so happily disposed, front door latch to-day?" No," was the brown Check striped and plaid ; ,'run once week, from Savannah commencement, in the 'year l&S fry

A and so richly cultivated, as to pnnicipnt in answer. Well mend the han- Calicoes, Sine, Gloves, Linens, to Picolata," touching 'at' Darien, St. thus practically acquainted.with the!and

the literary avdcations of her husband., It dle of the water pail "No., "Well Ginghams Cambrics, Silk Jacksonville and Mandarin. which should be conducted, it.

is then truly that, the intercourse of the can't you fix the handle to the mop ?"_ zettes, Ozriaimrgs, Burlaps! &C. R. & W.. .KING,' in tion the will ,be, continued' .on the same tenn pub,)

sexes becomes the most refined pleasure.. "No." "Well can't you put up some pins HARD WARE' AND Agents at.Savannah.. improvements same' manner as heretofore ith 'f

What delight, for instance, must the great clothes in chamber?"' "No.",... by All slave ad his experience rni
for the our Lamps, ( ondlesticks, Guns, l t payable, shippers. ,As the subscriber is solicitous
:t' Budtcus have tasted, even in IhosO'works Well can't you fix that north window; BO patent Augurs, Door Bolts, must be cleared at the Custom- Journal the vehicle for to \mah

r which must lave been for'others a most that the win and snow won't drive in ?"- Butts, Sere'' n. Brass Knobs, Hoes, ( information, not only dissemminathi with tog

drecdfullabor hiswifo left ,him nothing "No-no-no !1", answered ,the husband Pad Till-Chest 1 -Trunk-Gun for St. Augustine in readi shed systems of husbandry regard but I er.

sYiaa; ; ,to'desire., The frequent companion of his sharply.. lie then took his hat and was on Brass port, >ad-Knob'! and : at Picolata. mental efforts in Agriculture, also] ,

.' studies, she brought him the books 'lid required the point of'leaving the house, when his .Knob Latcli ss; Powder:, Flasks, i 1, 183.3. ture,.he invites free and.unrestricted and lIrtk

to his desk; she compared passages wife knowing that he:was going to the tavern yards, Bed] [eyn and Screws, 'to nication from all persons occupied ft

and transcribed quotations! : the same I ,where !would, meet some of his wet- Cork' Screws. Hand and cross C ON STEAMBOAT: pursuils. Let no'one imagine that If id
the same inclinations, and the same asked him kindly.to Knives ,and Forks Brittania- facts or isolated experiments
genius, day companions, stopa COMPANY.
literature eminently appeared in and. Tea Sp one, Iron Squares, be, communicated., AU BystematKJ
I' ardor for moment.. She, then got her bonnet and ; ,
persons., Far from passes, Dr wing Knives, I edge is but the of JS
fortunate aggregate
,those twit cloak, and said to her husband, You are Chisels, & .Jars and humble'p 0le
from his'studies ( ; Science in v
i ; withdrawing her husband I going to the tavern-: with your'leavto I will' Q ,arGaen
animate him when he GROCERIES '&, : :; brought to perfection,not'through
d -she'was sedulous to go with you." The husband stared. "Yes," of the in 1
languished. Ever:at his side, and ever as- said the wife I weU as Coffee, Tea, Loaf and "' of mentality a single l exrraordina'1lDind
as go you- take this method the
may above by contribution 'of
eiduous! ever with some useful herself book to in'be her'a if you ,go and waste the, day, and tipple at Malaga Champaign Wi ,e., Maderia, Spices,-N.Claret E. I informing company the public'.that they, have individuals,-,and generally particulars after the by I mi 9r;
slid! acknowledged laps
hand, : the tavern, why shall I not go and do the can Gin, Holland Gin, Brandy, I two Steamboats, ,the MACON many years, he is desirous, therefore
: most happy woman. Yet she did not neg.'k' ?' Job felt the shut the which boats to facts ,toha
: same reproof-he co, Flour, Corn, Rice Pilot : are run regu as many to record as can be furnishe
' lect the education of eleven childreii. She III door, hungup"his hat, got the hammer and Crackers Beef; Yorks; Codfish ,between," Darien ,and Macon, leaving and from the' planter, 'wh.Q is ti,

and JJudroua shared,the ,mutual cares theyowed bails; did'all his wife had requested, and Butter,' Lard, .Cheese,. Figs, once every,week with two tow boat.. h.. experimental laboran: account f
ttieir progeny. Dud us was not insensible better and Huna steamboats will draw only 26 inches of failures as well a hi*,succes ul effoif
sat down by 'I4is| fire at night-a. sons, Apples, Bologna t
I t ..i of his singular felicity.* In one of a,happier man i.-Parley's[ Almanac.! Onions, &c. with two good engines in each. The be,acceptable. If the last are,worthy of,
f .fix'' 1 his [letters ho represents himself as married &c.ALSO' have been at great expense to place re they may be imitated;tile E As5i

to two ladies; one of whom gave him boys A.fO'LD'U T.-About forty years since, "Drugs and '''Medicines, Paints,' I of steamboats in the Ocmulgee and should be'noted in:order'to,be shunned.
,and the other was philosophy, who and.Glass Ware: [Powder 'and '.dl riverswould respectfully solicit Th'e subscriber hopes that this io
: girls, avetera'n of: .Junker Ilill, and a neighbor citizens I 5iS
of the This line will of'e' '
The of Evelyn de Boots and great of publics] : South. Vilfnotb
booK lady a variety a ,
produced of ours used alight drab hat, which vain. wotfld! '
pure ( to mentiofi.JHARDY.' facility,for merchants who wish to It be a reproach to h
transpas ,he has preset, ed i in .good shape,and, with merous II. goods by the,way ,of. Savannah, or: to meet the fate of the Southern Review onr Plant.I,
blemish all the multiform' the lust it ... ',,, .. ..I
out scarcely a| ,through to mw&msville and Macon or in .1. '
!f ---- ? "" r
.. her own N. B.,-CASH nud for Cotton, H : when was ottiu, unit >
is fered
fashions of that period. It now Cotton to Savannah. Arrange to fall, it not rearing
:star<*; husbandfy.who has written with such va- in the very toknot of fashion, and the old Skins, Tallow,',1 ra, Beeswax, have been made ,to forward cotton*or us a well'merited fame as, a only I

: (\': '. riots ingenuity. Of Baron hailer it is ret gentleman wdctrsvnjiity it with as. much complacency Horns, &c.: H., l without,detention between Savannah but it was,also vindicating the literary Southern peop
., v '' garden that he inspired his wife-and family and i as a Boston dandy does ,, Jacksonville,, n, 5., 1835., ., its from' the unjust aspersions which'' hi- c

.'I'!: '::" with'.:a, taste for his different piireuits.Fi. .- one just from he, hat .-[Barre Gaz. ''NET : GOODS. exertion expense ,will'be, spared been! so liberally bestowed'upon us out of c
; :: They are,usually employed in assisting his W greatest despatch .to goods or cotton section of country., The Southern A

:,1'ii.';. literary, occupations; they translated mant DOCTORS.- he Louisville Journal, in THE Subscriber has for sale,the, by this,line.. culturalist" in ,some measure Buppliei ,d

'I f uscripts. consulted authors,"gathered plants, aldl1g of ontemplated duel betweentwo of erchandise. 'for the above.boats i' place of the' Southern Review; 80 far ail fit
, t, tip a
tl' under' his Superior Blankets from gards the circumstances ,
'I rand designed and 'colored eye.Vhat doctors Cincinnati advises them to : ajual'y BALDWIN & Cp.. >Savannah; last alluded to: itI
has the $550 per pair.A serves asa; Register 'not, of,, I
family only method
\ 'delightful picture
load their Is. with their own and con'
in his letters pills good qualit Negro cloth GOUUARD &'Co. 'M Husbandry, but also of, facts,
'> : .younger Pliny given posterity take aim h others mouths. ,The Journal : &. Collins Darien. ":'< relating too
at ITCHEr.
en Irish Linen from 50 c to $1.00. 5 ," system Slavery. The
her affection t of the del
.1&' Of Calphurnin, his wife. he says, thinks tbn, in this way they will soon Best plaid,H+inespuna yds.. for ; E.; &, B.DELINO,.Charleston.. pline'the treatment; the subjects characters ri o
books of
her turn to .t. o 0
has given a ,
I ; to me getitc&ofthcputt.usiness. Homespun unbleached l c.p 1834. 1 Slaves, ,are ,fairly suited to its .
which she takcs'apleasure' | pages,'11 0
I;'i>,. ,. and my,.compositions, Superior fancy'stripes 18 3-4c.., ,' constitute, .top'icsas i interesting and importias : t ts
f;.\, .' in reading and even getting by NOT so BA .-The, southern post mastted Silk h'dkfs fro 150c to $150, LAND, AT ST.: 'PABLO' any! which can engage either our own I
flow i
';.;/ "' eort, are continually!' in her hands, ters are perhi; to search the mails, to ,4-4 unbleachei Shirting 13c ,FORSALE.: tention or the attention of those abroad,wi
It>''',' full of tender solicit udo is she vvhen I am detect" incehl iary" One of them the peceor! G,y' s'for one dollar by feel a legitimate interest in our concerns.,
papers. : Subscriber offers for sale for cash
it entering upon,any causal! ,How. kindly recently carriej in' contact with'a passionate Shirting bleacled,from 13c. to. rime Negroes good ,or ,The subscriber, begs: leave, in ccnclusk
with when it is over! Fancy aress"a d furniture ;or acceptances- to remark that
does she mo had
rejoice, he not undertaken
love letter froip the north, and he destroyed 'of-fine Live Oak' ham: 1 1ed
:,' Whila I am pleading she places persons to 13c to 25c per ya d by the piece\ continue' the publication of this'Periodical
:' it because i contained inflammable matter.Northa land on St; Pablo- Creek.-bounded as ,
her from time to time how 10m'Jleard Sattinetts fro 871-2C to $125: I :' ,' would have been
infqrm =: 'either
Courier. viz: oa the ''West by Pablo Creek; move !
what applauscs I receive, and what : ipton ,Superfine cloil $450 per yard,. North'by': Winslow Foster's land) on from our" city, x>r'''been suspend)
White flannels, from,
and ft Whether it will be in his
success attends the cause. When at any andSouth.: by lands: of, Cornelius ? power to continue
works she' conceals herself An Irishman received challenge to fighta 02 l-2c,per yard. will depend not only on the Pecuniary t
time recite ray containing two hundred and thirty:
duel but declined. On being asked the I Bed tickingsftom 183-4c to 25c ;] the Literary' Contributions of Southern JIb ban
and with For
: behind curtain secret acres.) particulars toI'DdlAnr
, some apply
,Musquito netting, :
good quality $ ters.: He
"Ochll" "would, leaves
reason said confidently'now this
lat" mat t<
She sings "my you I. or IJAMES'DELL.i
; i- rapture enjoys my ALSO' ; in their,hands
have lave lis| moth'er an'orphant? feeling a' full assurance tl
me .
her with no other muster A
.verses to lyre, good assor raent of fancy belt there ; the
,is'xvanting on of. ourPianteneither
I jj' but love, the best instructor, for her guide. I shirt button ilk-sewing- 'silk lle, J n.22. 4tf'' ; the part I
liberality nor mental
AWFUL OccbaEENCE. A' New York city energies icessary i
lIo passion ,will increase with our days, spool thread-waiting
paper to sustain the Southern AgriculturiAJ
which editor, announces the dreadful accident ladies white' h< se horn and ,wood NOTICE. I
foutil.not my youth nor my person, E.,MILLER* PubMer,
time gradually-impairs, but my reputation which betel a horse-"he: snapped his tail" silk and ,cotto; umbrellas-and a ; flons'indebted to the subscriber, Charleston, S. C.,Dec. J, 1834. ,

I and my glory{of which she is .enal ored.' in two by turning two short round a corner. sornment o-; f r ,by Note or'Book account, are re Persons desirous of subscribing; can apito 1
: rnri.i:_'_ u??. i.x.it.. DRUGS$ AND, to settle the same without delay and W. T. WLLIAMSSavanuah
11 UIUIU a AUlbJLUUU. /or it t
;,. + .1. SUNDAY. MORNING ,NEWS. ETThe:: e abtyT ve articles are of the. i.Io."T will be given 'at my store after the officer '.* 't 1
and will e Bold fora. small h'.HARDY' H. PHILIPS:
,! AUTUMN. THE Sunday Morning News has now been cash or prod DC'ei.:. '.
ville March
the public for upwards of three f so 3. lOtf, THEI30STON PEARL ,AND LITE
I U. .. -Summer's ." JOHN w: ,
-- gone Volume Four I.
months, and if criterion can be drawn' i iac
any Jacksonvil)! Jan. 2;. '
: It requires not the.language poetry to from the number of its patrons and subscribers ,ORANGE STICKS. Published every week; by 'r

I TCrn ltd us of the coming autumn. the it has met \with a flattering acceptance, CABINET!FURNITURE SIt will be paid for One Hundred Or; ,ISAAC. C J JMYJm.The .

i.. lost rose of summer' may linger a. little ani the principles it has been guided by in e Sticks, of various sizes, on.delive work will be' published weekly,!

while, and the sun may shine warmly, but its management, have been approved and JIOUSE.. "immediately.. March 5. number containing eight large quarto'p aj e|
the lonely condition of, the one, and the sanctioned. As a consequence ot its increased JAMES II COOKE, No. 100, -equal: to sixty duodecimo pages-of.misclaneous s}

pale rays of the 'other, tell to the practisedeye circulation, its ,advertising friends have Yor:i, offers for sale every ,GREAT NATIONAL, WORK. and original matter, printed,on wrior '
I come foward in large numbers ; and,as it may quality.of Si fas-Sideboards- I white paper, with perfectly new type:
'. that summer's gone. now be considered fairly afloat, and rising on Book Cese -Tables, of,, all, l\IC A N MAGAZINE handsome title page'and correct'index sill
There is a kind of pleasing melancholy the tide of public favor i it affords an admirable Chairs of' ery ,quality-High (ul,'and Entertaining Knowledge e,'to'be il- be furnished, and the, work at.the end oft l I HieUK

.;', ,thatconiee over the mind in its contemplations vehicle for 'the dissemination of such intelligence French Beds ads of Mahogany and lustrated? by numeroutEngramngs.. year, will form an,excellently printedvol u
of autumn, which may be likened to as'those'engaged in business wishto Hair andLooking Mcjs Mattrosses- ) '. ON"pEIGItK CO.VflltrY. of four hundred end sixteen pages, equal
the faithful Christian when three'thousand tow
feelings pf the communicate their correspondents and Gileses-Carpets-and a duodecfmo'pages
which attended
about to,cuter upon the dark valley of the customers. sortment of e erything necessary success of the pub _The volume will contain twenty-six pie c
; shadow, of death., Hd has passed the seedtime The number of papers'supplied' to casual a house, has the best Magazines from the of music for the Piano Forte, &c. equal to

and Bummer 'oflifo, and is standing enquirers in addition to the regular subscribers ,April,. ,, Press, led to' preparations for is- one hundred of common sheet music, w hi

amidstthe badvs'and gloom of that last on Sunday.; is very ,great, and is con a wants'pe )and(1ica..;more'of particularly adapted could not be pUrchaSed'sep rate.lt for 1 icha
which another SUGAFJ MILL FOR taste the ,American pub than five'dollars and the is del 1
,autumn which brinss'the harvest of all his stantly increasing ; is proof of : it will be' ; publisher
toils and the reward\ of all his labors. : popular approbation,, and a sign of the 'attractive A. GREA J]BARGAIN is to! character of its general and miscellaneous sale New difficult.
of Sugar Mill, ,
The killing frost of autumn falls not alone contents. Point Foundrf; diameter of ; it 'will, 'n nevertheless, contain ,Although the pubJiaberplaces: nodepdance

upon the green and beautiful vegetation of Under these favorable, circumstances the two feet two and a half inches,and of interest 'tQ its' patrons_ 'which whatever, In the support of it,u IN -

the earth;'Man too has his autumn. When S'nwayMllrningetD8 will proceed with redoubled ones, oDe foc ten and one-fourth in':foreign; Magazines.:. rary paper,from its engravings,'yet there i rir

ho arrives at the evening pf his existence confidence and energy, in laboring with Iron.cop, points,' &c, as : preparations have been; entered be presented occasionally, plates from cop
those beauties' which adorned the springof to gratify: the curiosity and taste of the'pub Kettles f{om die noted Foundry in ,Artists ,and Authors'to' fur I ana wood of beautiful .workmanship and
his youth and the summer of his manhood lic, in all the various items of intelligencewhich known by nolle: of the'Carran Q'al1 'parts of the Union, drawings ish. Already have appeared a.beanuu illy

i ,' begin to discover the autumnal tint form the staple of a weekly journ .- ranted and print, as malleable Iron. of every'subject of interest, engraved portrait of James Fenimoro Coo per] ,

-hero and there a leaf has forsaken its The man, of business will be sure to find pacity of the grand Kettle is,three the them publishers confidantly believe will executed on steel,,and a chaste vignette!t bib
'a work'
I and have therein the moat recent-and, correct Information gallons and honorable to its :
: parent branch: his joys delights [proportioned, or page, engraved on copper. "
; all emigrated to another country-winged upon the state of the foreign and domestic sixty gallon.] belog four .to the acceptable to American People. .Its contents will be various and apiritedthere'will en
, their way. over the sea of time; and taken markets, the current of business, the arrival' which, with Coolers, Vats, and.a each number Magazine .is 'published be'a-generaTrecprd :of Occur!
of vessels and every thing connected contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup containing between ces, Statistics, ObitUary notices &c\'&c. io
possession of a more benignant region. with mercantile, affairs the fifty imperial octavo at Two rEssaTo IT-
; politician will disposed of, if applied for shortly, pages, addition{ to the,Tales,Legends,
for the
And the time
as 'only prepare meet with faithful abstract of the move- twenty-five per cent below cost. per annum, payable in advance. ailing Literary, Fugitive' and H1S!>>Tiedgrin
future Is the present, it may be, well to re- ments of parties,with legislative proceedings A, line directed to E. B., COX, -Portraits Biographical Sketches'Bio i grahy, Poetry,&c..IDlk "
mernbec jhat man has also his winter, in beret together with details, of the political Planta.Uont Mclntosh County; of distinguished Americans ; Views elegant Wth* farlois end ftr the verw
which the cold'wind will whistle about his operations on the continent of Europe, and Manager,) will beuattended to. Buildings Monuments, and im of polite pape literature: .as contributionssecured in":

tenement. 'lucre Is little chance of any every other ouarterof the globe ; the lover of March 19. >| ; Lardecapescenery-the bound. from. some,of.the most popnlaidean Ameear-
valued preparation for the future in that varied and diversified reading will find the and beauty of"which, in this ;, authors.

gloomy e.n-J- forlorn season of, life, when means of gtatifying his appetite as copiously TREASU. LER'S unceasing source of in- The, work:will be, printed a J.wellandtaro ; :

the*stream of vitality is congealed with the supplied as possible ; while the admirers of ; Engravings and aemuch.. reading matter as any umiitei
ice of chilling old Toman is like literature. will. be sure to discover something TREA uRERs Wllll1i&n >habits, &c. of qVart paper 'now 'publiahed jn'tb4. '
age : to suit their tastes, in the choicest extracts and Insects together be aped[
the stately poplar, rising majestically to the Tallahassee, March 8th, States; and it ctn safely and trwr c
from native and foreign periodicals and in with'the GeO-
heavens. To-morrow fallen the an act passed 21 t November the cheapest journal of the'kind.TriersThree'dollareper .
on ground BY
the contributions of popular and approved is provided that Bonds History!| Natural, and Artificial re- annum U this
and shorn of all its beauty.- writers. The tone preserved throughout will Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by .of the country,illustrated in a familiar paper firmly established-to be paid! in

! The youthful prospect is bedecked with 'be that of scrupulous morality BO that,the of the County Court to the I. manner nnc .1, Two dollars'for'tux1:month M' 6
the ever green verdure: of spring, and most fastidious shall have nothing to objectto Territory of Florida; and thatall Boston Bewick:Company. paid in advance..
the scenery of the matured mind often displays on this score-and the wish: of the proprietor shall quarterly in each year () 47, Court Street. Boston, 1834. 1
thd, beautiful placidity of summer. as it has been and will continue to be his the lat of January, transmit to the Editors of Newspapers throughout the e '_
Jut the advanced in can discover the duty u well as his desire shal be to unite under oath before "
years taken some tat.e.v, q will publish the foregoing .JOHN! SILL WiAY .,
brown,tints of autumn, proclaiming them in its columns in well arranged and digested of all sale effected by him, with' the and.notice the contents, of the Real Estate and .Merdumdiz*. Broker f'-
selves the harbingers winter. The wintry order, all that is sound and elegant in litera- and'at what time and place, and from,time to time;/ hall entitled. Eudangastreet,'Boston, NfU.
'sky/at length is discovered, and man ture, amusing in arty instructive in the sciences the same was made. Now, all first.volums. ',attend to the selling and bUt

mingles with the clods of the valley. passing, and necessary events. for a correct appreciation are required to take notice of said 'person: remitting the Agent by mail, WILL Real Eiti.un, every pact.; tbfTil-
conform to it suits
,or upon their United'tate desirous of ennjIng
Ten Dollars shall M People
The popularity now enjoyed this journal receive her,
by be insUtuted Judges of the anot
Union 'tq
I a FI.ItME'a"iI.1'fD' HIS Sox-Sort' -Father, will be the best guarantee for a careful adherence are requested without delay, to for one year-and continued ,. long: from one,part of the: ati o ikjtta

'" what under heaven did the Legislaturemake to the means by which it was acquired; droperly certified and approved, the money irregularly forwarded. can applying always at Ms, receive"comct.ino office. He will receive*'

so:many Justices this year for? and the patronage hitherto extended towards Auctioneers in their powtssion. price will be paid for appropriate for various kinds Merchandize, ''debt'} '
written article., or drawings riles .
it, the most flattering encouragement to a CHARLES t! '
FI.TIJEa-'Vhen the potatoes are small lathe same of national subjects, possessing in at any part of the Union. Communist tie*
course. the
perseverance Treasurer of
more la the hill, know Territory of addressed toMm be atui
we always put you New York, AugttrtlG Subscriptions received at.this office. wM:! promptly S.fJj ..
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