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 22, 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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oclc - 09263722
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System ID: UF00028424:00047
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iACKSONV.ILI.Hf3APUBLISHED : UttliEhi i.: ". : '>",./: f BROOK'S ;LE 1SRS.T derful. It is like clock work., The guard "ther "promiso himself an existence'that'' a ar ngin their family affairs In reference ,.; i

OHC3 A3jril'i. tot ;.-> ,' *:; THINGS.... .!' in. FNaL ";&cr -when there is ono, and there is most always Marlborough or a Canning has not, that. to the a] proaching nuptials between their Ml*
: CO. : K, *3.1 Jt m1835.. -keeps the time ondj whistles to tie each struggle so fiercely in the conflict of cl drcn: nibs takes it into her head to #lovo ',r fso
L. CUBRUSgro coachman to make him drive'; ftster-and parties ? What confusion is hero 1 What' |io ot ;r youth, and very naughtily de-
Aatrpceto the .
SIlIllS"':*$( pstryearpaya; !/*'h ttAlffygAfly + sn1l'o' ,wing every guard has a'watch-if he is too slow. involutions of streets and lanes I What te nines :o form a match oCher own choice J I

dunce e.-Sing, paper )2_! :ents. again.London: You may c II"on the roadto The mile-stones on the road, with his piles of brick, and 'ortarond stone Whata b clop*g with her'favorite swain | and j

ddertisementai i 'inserted i d contracts, Centering n, mountedon watch, let him know his xact progress. wilderness ,of ncnl 1 What a hell' of tl law, breathing indulgence and bUlnoni -
bnadvertisement !reasonablems an English coach- Say stage, ,The mail coaches leave London 8 and acti and I i
der for 'eat1v advertising all at thoughts < ns, among them f, sanctions[ the act. !
:,. lo !. b<| insertedlest herertbat's a' Yanke d narks an o'clock in tho [ in Ireland leave all are but the mil ion and five hundredth '
) paid' tor in advance,' ,iII ; :, American 'England, wacAthey Dublin in the same fir all partsof part! Good God,bow utterly insignificantwo THE PtAct TO POT 'LiBERTYv jTw Jco i'i'i '!
communications W jtMl.may 1 fee, ad- sometimes, 'Say.o-never"c6 r, tot always, the kingdom-and It is aflfcasant sight are Il. ii Franco the physical power :has gained '
seed to E.! WittuW;,: difor.! the,.Cou" coachman. Yes,-you may\,&onsUer me onasynege to see them, ns they all sial wt the same : he ascendency over law} and by the vie-
in all caeasip, paid : coach, as. being OlHopped? off to moment from tho GeneralPost Office, tho REJANO hh.nRuoEs..Ueynolds gives ory\tb discovery has been made that to

postage ; ;di.'",.41.. :,' 1 aAeaxra I London from 'Portsmouth' lf miles' in 71-2 guards hi their red coats.all unding their the following account'of thA courtships and ,.atriotstveidestjrfl\ fottcetspas..,plP'J8": ?, _r,
FOR; t ," .' h9.ir ''i '0. .12?sVdtlin horrisa"nd; driving at'once for'iha"dihtvent: marriages among tho Rqang ffftrtqinroi moms; munitions TJus is ono of too moat" ,_ ".
; (ab uT$! y'witnoutTho, coachman As respects courtship and narriage, tho "
*'*< t* 'f RfyewuzusailleJoseph '-- ; roads all over England and I;Scotland.":"" glorious and dreadful discoveries of mod
who comes in for fifty cents mom You drive' about twelve"'miles Rcjangs have several curious >bscrvanccs
: R.:t anohez.i \ They an hour ern days-glorious in its ultimate results in
see.I am,as particular as a guide b ok.- all Indeed in not undeserving of notice. ;Thy practice tho
Grove-J. Garrison, Esq. P. M., including' stoppages. any emancipating! of the world, but dread: ,
spring The fact is. these'are the very little things of the but Hula ceremony in 'their ouruhips ful if those
vfarin E. A. Cohen. ,Esq,P.M. part England, you can count upon intervening revolutions which
a GEORGIA.1st that" everybody, wants to'.1enm, and therefore arrival of, a coach with certainty, within 'their characters and manners tb not admit man achieves in the conquest ofliberty,are '
J have treasured 'them up-and now, five minutes of the time allowed. of it. The lover and his mistres are carefully' without correspondingintolllgence' and virtue I'vIA (
itfaryt.-A. Doolittle;Esq. PM.: if anyone will take the trouble to draw kept separated as soon'as tie old folks for its preservation. :
1st h-S. Philbrick, Esq: There aro many littlo things all along have that there is permanent .
comparisons he will see that the land motion an inkling sch a thing i The
of is difficult .
the road to remind that 1 in for- conquest liberty Dot
Edmund Russell. me am ; a in Indeed tho fair 9 '
in the agitation. is seldom
/ is About the same in England: as on the question is where to it with
Northern States, and cheaper than it is in eign country. Tho eaglesqo longer answer permitted! to leave the shelter o'her mothers whom to entrust, ,h, If to the put multitude-
The and the
certain prettiness' in ,my purpose. sovereign
There is a tiles uses
[ the SouJIern. Steamboat fare is dearer.In wing.
about little have taken their Instead of who achieved it, it bo committed, it will
in this little song, things, crown places.
MOTS The' howevc I
land the : Rejangs, are not to
carriage, English ore a century young perish by anarchy. If national guards :
hich is amusing; I -' dollars and cents,' the talk] }is all shillingsand considered in are I .'
ahead of us, in' comfort, expedition, cer- as wanting gdlantry ; for
for its'tlcfenco die
There little maid and she,wore a little pence. A different lair of tho road employed bayonets if'I
was it is said that often cvinci
tainty of motion,'&c. In steamboat carriage they a delicacy which
,protect it aro at mprmnt able \
prevails directly tho reversed The any
bonnet, : wdahead ;hro 'a little more than a century coachmau passed all carriage on tho right. towards the sex which; might;terhnps be 'I to destroy it for a military ,despotism. If

she had a little finger, with a little ,ring o them, and as much better as their'carriage hand instead of. the left.; A diver now and emulated with advantage by people of ; to a republican king It be entrusted, it will ;
Ind it and horsesare than ours,so much higher prctcntions to refincncnt. This have to bo and
upon ; then appears. Tho bridges are all of stone trait however bo I regulated by state-policy,
must casidcrcd
what's a little"odd;her'little heart was the worsp are their steamboats. magnificently made. Not a house is built as fod on bread and water, until the action ofher
One f :the new sights that first strikesan applicable to every individiu. Months heart
o and tho movement of her tongue,
then of wood. All are of stone (r brick. The
an Arne: eye is the number ofred coats and years are not wasted in \\oing a coy and the power of her under tho I \
but not little, with the little ',best villages arc ugly when canpared with and fickle fair lie does 'arm-a. l
i love, ,a: -6f officers and soldiers that he meets with one. rot assail her deadly Incubus shall There is 'not
ours. In the beauty of thosi of the Northern cease ,
men. the old world. been in Halifax with a volley of darts, flames did I
of in Having raptures. in this wide world a safe doposito for liberty
States far
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and News Brunswick I was partially -, surpass When he has selected] a, femaL as tlio object but in I
for the little' youth had, exercised his,littlellatt'ring prepared Window blinds, and veranfrbs aro never of bis choice, he knows eoctly what of )patriots so enlightened ,
The redcoat
for such an expedition. as to bo nblo
seen. And then'the hotels have such odd to judge of correct legislation -
tongue, I soldiers and blue coated officers she is to'cost him ; not in sigh and tears, and so patient 'and disinterested '
and ono for hereI ) \
nd down before her' little., feet his little throrg the streets of Portsmouth'. One names, they really amuse ; and doubts and fears, but in good hard sate practice self-denial and self '
have the Great and The goveramentfor
just past Devil,
cash tho amount of which is all
he takes. In- probably -
knees had flung ; meeti with them every turn the public good. ;
Cock bound in the coach
Fighting ?-am
: he'is worth in the,world
pressed her little hand, and in her 'little deed it is no wonder that the English find Bull and Mouth by ,thoJ3ro Cow, and ; and vliich, once But can such a state of society Lo found
face he gazed, little difficulty in procuring recruits- and the lien and ChickenS; to'soy nothing of paid, places the obligation in b1} favor, and maintained without a Bible and the 'i i :
the best of,them too-for the fellow The principal intercourse c* the institutions'of I
poor young Christianity ? Did a
nd,looked though his little ,head had the Cross Foxes,' tho Jolly Butcher, the
here rpust have a very bad taste not to exchange Boar's Head and tho Wnie Crows,,'all people takes place at their dance, festivals, tion of unpcrycrted liberty, uninspired by
been a little crazed. his doubtful condition in life, and names English'public houses odd.enough and other amusements, where Jiey arc not I Christianity, ever bless the world throughout .
his for:a red broad-cloth coat,and cap backward in making their owl selections i; any considerable period of,duration f "
[tut t I'her little lover did, with little warning rags to be sure. Every town ,in England I believe -
have her and trimmings, with; enough to cat and but has a George Hotel in i ito say nothing for old maids and old bachclos arc by no I Tho power of a favoring 'clinn ,and the
little to do.Another. of the Royal Victorias, &r. Tho best means BO plenty in catamounts; forco of genius, did thrust up from tho dead 0- l'
nd she found him little better than a little tho and tigers. As his chtice, i is fixed ,
of the new sights is servantsin hotel in a place] is called the HEAD HOTEL, soon as level of monotonous despotism, the republic i
gay deceiver;, rich liveries. Tho gentlemen's servants but by what 'law it has this ;lain, whichall tho lover, or boojong, 'employj an old wo- Greece to a temporary.liberty t built .

pen hi a little_ .2E1!! .t...UflingjtllbgrlitUgI i England) : look_ iniijsh, like'our,dan- acknowledge, I cannot say, but it often man to communicate hiuentinentUo the.mistress wes a patentmodel. ntyraawjuur a..wUh, a .
'," somewhat like of his affectionsorgoddess; whose such a nation this and 1
wishes; dies, and the gentlemen our blazons the claim as ; it was partial
publicly enough.!
waiters. Indeed, one's idea of propriety is oflohlon thereis parents then take the affair into their own and capricious, and short duration, and 4
|he took a little jump all above the littl For miles and miles out .
often wonderfully puzzled. These servants as it were, a constant succc&lai of houses. hands, and if no obstacle intervene, bring rendered illustrious, rather by the darkness ;
fishes. are such well dressed fellows, in pibb fine At last I could see the Mac'cloud of ,it to a. final consummation. which preceded and followed, than by tho 11 j

'ow all you little maidens whose little loves broad-cloth, with so many trapping that smoke that ever hovers over this immense ,There are several modes of marriagepractised benign, influence of its own beams., I

grow'fonder have to puccer' up my mouth twict tbefore hive of human beings. I stitched any among them. Tho joojoor is a Certainly It is Christianity which, In this I ,
; I could ask them to do a job. cannot long before I came to the Thames, or fixed sum of money paid down by the man country, rocked the'cradle of our liberties,
Jlpon the little moral of this little, song may tell servant from master, and therefore I eyes the Terns, as they call it here, but these to the father as a ,compensation for his i, defended pur youth and brought us up'to :

ponder; often go' wanting. Opposite my hotel in English do not speak English/as I shall daughter. In a marriage of this sort, the' manhood. And it ,has been {proved that ,

feware'of little trinkets,little men,and little Portsmouth; a fellow, has often popped his prove by and by, rascals ,ns toy ore for relation which is established between the under her auspices, three' millions and I

sighs, head out who interests me mue .. He has abusing us for our Yonkeeisms!)-tho, far- husband and wifo can dificr but little from twelve millions of. people may be protected I
for you: little know what great things from on a powdered,wig, scarlet breeches' silk famed rhameS-to see this riverand whenI that which exists between a master and bis end governed But that twenty,' fiftyor i'
little rise. stockings, silver buckles, and 'a coat cover first saw it, and that not' far rom" London slave. The relation1 may be one of great a hundred millions can without 4' fast'
things may ed with embroidery and spangled buttons. it was 'a pretty rivulet,'as we should! kindness ; but if so, it must bo from con augmentation( of her moral power over
[From the New England Farmer's Almanac.] If I: had not had a hint or two should' call it; with low. banks, that thePenobscotwould descension on tho one part, and pot from mind, Ims'not', yet been proved-whilst all '. I

I have taken.him for the Duke of Wellington take 'it at one gulp ;' anl'.this was equality of the parties.. By leaving a part past analogies, and all present circumstances I: I
He,looks very like, the wig ercepted, the Thames, bearing on its littlcbosom, all of the price unpaid, which is, generally of our nation, announce that Christianity -
May is the poetaster's pet our Major Generals of Militia on a muster- the commerce of the richest, tnd, except done'from, a sense delicacy-,- though it i. our best hope, end without it our (destruction ) '

fit we prefer October day.' It would be a long time afore I Pekin, the greatest city in tho wirld Then be only five dollars, therelationship still does not slumber* V '
Because she's worth the most and is could makeup my mind to asf*such a Windsor Castle was in sight;tin' residence preserved between the funiilie and the During ,past ages, the vast 'majority

Most dignified and sober.: piece furniture to do any thing in a servile of the King and the royal famiir, with the tarentsofthe female can interfere in her of the human family, unbleet by revelation,
way His master whom I have since British flag floating over it to lenote the of ill treatment. But from have been idolaters and slaves; and at tho

We like her ladyship so well seen dresses ,very: like some of: cur plain presence of the King; as our flag floats any cause the balance be finally paid, then present time all nations upon whom 'use
We,should rejoice,have her,. I men-and herein is a lesson for'nany' lovers over our capitol, when Congres in ses i the right of the husband becomes absolute, Sun of Righteous 'lies not risen are crush
Stay.and be sociable and take of fine dress-that they are playing in and the woman is to all intents,',and) purposes ; ed by the. grievous despotism. Day-light
Pot luck with forever. America the very same part that a master sion.But all my were for Loulon. Anon i his slave; when her ]power to claima I is not more uniform in the track of the sun,
us makes his livery servant play in Englandand we were engulpbed eyes in this whirlpool of divorce ceases, And she may be disposedof : than civil liberty, found in the track,of \

Qctober is no 'giddy flirt, here is another lesson too for us.- human beings' swallowed up inthis mighty at the will of her husband ; provided, Christianity and despotism in its absence I
How, ridiculous is that silly ,imitation of that in all instances the offer be first made [Beecher'a Lectures.
But staid,sedate and'sensible, vortex-in the city of the ;jrowth of aSPsTTrxo..Wo
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is well
Northern States-it her relations.It
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And the the centuries, where, man, has been dying for
yields treasures
year: enough in the Southern, in another condition hundreds and hundreds of and other very often happens, however, as before believe wo must give It a
From her.great in ispe 1sible--: of society-when an American livery ,men have filled the reservar year? -where stated, that marriages take place with- up. The English are all ,in a story in this i
is such miserable beggarly imitation of out the whole of the being particular-and,every traveller of no to from
For all good cultivators makes a battles and the plague have,strvtn to see money paid : *It .,'" ;
the rich and costly dresses one sees here:-- which should work direst vo"ith; human down ; and that years are allowed to roll Or at Gritain. for the last twenty 'lycart,

,Most capital deposits, when an Englishman, too, can put on, his life, where the great d add lad. thronged on without any demand being mode. The b 'declared liB Americans to,be a.<*. spit' ;",."...c
Establishing the best of banks livery the crest of the ,arms, of bis family, and the mighty living' Vere thronging, debt, however, is considered sacred ,and ting people" Even the enclosure: of the

In cellars, .., barn and, .closets. I. whereas republican Americans cannot, and here am 1 one solitary knowingnot can never I be outlawed by time, and is Sjwuto Washington, in the Stale House,
!* for the life' of us, tell what families we human pan million anda sometimes collected bi'the second -114.| vouches for ,the accuracy orUiee.-trv l- I
,Blind Fortune her golden horn, come from-a large majority of us havingno half a like myself being! And be 010 even here; ,third generations.There ters'in this particular We ere s): spitting
And swaggering pretences When have the is called ptpple, But we' ,were not '
families at all. we coat over the duet of the fist slain by tbe a form of marriage se- before aware
Makes oxo donations half so rich of arms,, let us don the liver[, and 'not be- plagUe, and very the mightier) host slain by bage, in which exchanges are made ; the thit our countrymen bad arrived at such

As autumn's! queen dispenses.Few Time palaces, are the wild reckless daughter of one neighbor for the son of perfection in the art of s is very
fore.The coachman of an English coach is is beard up, is boisterously another ; and a brother will give a sister in happily described in tbe following extract

parents realize how much their almost a fat man. Ours happens to be not laugh in wealth-comraerci the beiuuful lady and( exchange for a wife for himself. The prices from "Reed, and JlutheaonV book-but

children may be, taught at home by devoting over-fat, but he is the only ican one I:have gallant pushing beau are driving,- vith their high paid vary often according to contract; M praetiCQ makes perfect. The, writer i Is .
a few minutes to their instruction ev- seen. We have eleven passengers outside: and proudly decked steeds-and. the golden though when suits arise, and( tko amount describing a scene at a Temperance rpeet- L.\,
ery day. Let a parent make the experiment and four in. Four or five outside are ladies embroidered livery of servants, Is flashing has to be fixed by law, or the decisions of: ing;-[Boston. Journal. -

with his son of ten years old for a and ladies;by the way,ride outside as in the sunset. Oh, there fc something the authorities the sum of 120 dollars l i. "All, was sombre and silent ; except that

ingle week and only during the hours well as in. The quantity of baggage. painfully sad on entering such a city J- always awarded. pitting was engaging the interval, and was
Which are spent in school. Let him make they never say baggage in England, every Where are the men who yn. and years So completely is the marriage contract a so continuous a* to' be like rain pattering ',
a companion of his child-converse with thing is luggage-is immense. A coach on and years ago figured so lustrously, the matter of commercial arrangement among from the roof and so universal as to make
Qua familiarly-put to him questions-an- our roads would upset in a very short time Kings and the Nobles, tbe Orators and tbe these people that it Dot unfrequently occurs you feet that you must get wet. 1 bad a

mar inquiries-communicate facts, the rewit with such a load. Nor could an English Poets ?-and where such men as Johnson, that friends and neighbors borrow ,agirl man sitting next to me who, kept me constantly
of his reading or observation--awaken coachman drive an American coach pn an and Goldsmith, and Burke,and Sheridanand from each other to effect some matrimonial on the look out, but while be often

lib curiosity-explain diffieulties-the mean American road. lie would treak the necks Fox are gone, with otl;r dead within arrangement, binding themselvesat made me jump, be did-me PO harm. These
Bg of things and the reason of things--and of all hw 'passengers in a very short time; the walls of yonder Abbejr! am writing the same tune to return another in her men have surprising cleverness In spirting; ;
w this in an easy, playful manner with- for such furious driving as would answer this within the sound of Westminster. place when needed, and to pay the/ Joor I their tobacco juice j and, like good drivers, !
set seeming to ,impose a task, and !he will over. ,McAdaroized road here would be What is Fame or Wealth that this host when required. If the parents or relationof they seem to have pride ta'showing bow
I meelf be astonished at the progreas which ruin over our roads. now boisterously trampIJ:9 the streets a youth go'to the parents of a girl to pear they ran run to an object without -

*m be made.-[Professor,JUndaley., The 'coach starts too, at the minute allotted should seek it thus Pees Wellington or, make contract, the sum of iU dollars It. touching"

1 it. At,every stage the horses are all Peele within the walls of gt Stephen's ei. usually paid as an eatnat'of the compact
Many who pretend to carry oho liberty ready. The time at which ,the coachman after which, the girl cannot be disposed of JpTzaitK( SlxrJJ lT1'1d a little urchin

of the people highest, and say the rich will shall be at the principal towns is marked Regent street la now tie fashionable to another without incurring upon the parents tbe ether dayGeorge don't you
aka care: of the poor, serve them u they upon the way bills;and the exact time of street of tile city. Here 'the dead who died a fine for failing to comply with the wish you was all jba world r If,Why r ,

Qo trout; tickle them till they catch; them, hs arrival is marked too,by the agent there. of the plague wen burled. There the:women first agreement. This fine,however, is of. asked !his playmate '!!Q then we ebould'nihave ''' **
Lad then say, you rascals, you an*'mine. Thus the punctaaCty of movement is won- .o{the-tawa now thickly congregate.. ten incurred ; (for'while old people are to go to school J. should .t?* T

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"1' i:: FOREIGN NE\VfJ{ Olive BrancA,';do do.; Thistle, do. ,do. ; at, seldom that we are called upon to record The, Courier,.' severe one.' >If the number of '
\ Key Largo schr.. Florida, ashore, masts a more horrible[ or shocking occurrence = will affect the interest*'of Van Burt
tr: the arrival at. New York rf the i hip and rudder gone. The Light ship lost her than that described in the an next extract THURSDAY' OCTOIJE1t"22.Nearly are resolved gUll nof .,be '

t L Belle, Copt. Merwin, and the Silly, Capt. boats, and received other damage, and was!' from a letter dated Boieville, Miss. August take Harrison of Ohio is \'Vanling. /*
which entering
;;', :Forbes, from Havre, bring Pans papers to unable to show her light.for several even 13. even/ paper, we up I considerable ch the lint!
.4..; ,the 1st and Havre to the 2d ult. ings. The schr Motto put into Indian Key A most singular! and tragical incident contains some notice of a railway.: The, the erfng, if we mathd ge?!

,:', FIt.1l'1'cE.-Tbe' laws imposin adilition- with loss of sails and anchors. The brig took place in this village, that has cast a North, East, West and South, all seem,to bon e, numerous meetings which are held it'
al restraints on the press, !intr< luced by Blakely, J. F. Safford, from Portland for gloom .over the spirits of all the citizens, the move. The last year is characterise Middle and Western I States, to approej

the King's Ministers immediate!, after the Havana, with a cargo lumber, and fish, I and clothed' one of our most respectable by the number of such projects. In one pa course. Stowed away here, w.
.. ..attempt on his life, have passed t j Cham- went ashore at Carysfbrd Reef; a small I families n mourning. Preparations had is a project for a rail road from Boston nonchalance. the cheering of ,"
ber of Deputies by a majority )f 290.- part of the cargo and crew saved, vessel been for i ome time making to,erect large per the plaudits of,that and tb""'
t,_ They have already been prese ed U the totally l lost. The brig Sea Drift, Hoyf, four story mill and manufactory in the east Albany. In another they propose to unitethe the are often amadd
': wiD 'York with of and last was waters of Ohio with'the Atlantic by expedienb, ,resorted to, to obtain
.Chamber of Peers where the no from New for Mobile\ a cargo part the village, Tuesday eaten
,doubt:also' be adopted. The ,tmosj inWIALI'l1 of Dry Goods, went ashore at Key, Largo, npPointe]for the raising. As it was a mat means 4f a nil road from Cincinnati1 1 to here or not to lose it there.

s:,' ,' *'** is expressed by the .pposiiori, crew and cargo saved, vessel lost. The ter in which the public had taken a great Charleston. In another they propose,to unite, The. ,, result of the elections, as far ,.
; and even by moderate journalsat thefrgorous ship Majtttic, of Boston, from N. Orleansfor interest, |he whole population of the sur- the Alab with the Chatahoochie rireram have heard, it'as follows:
provisions of these Iaws.s; .Itisfrus- ( Liverpool, with a cargo of Cotton and roundingcountry assembled, arrangementswere ma r nessee.-rro the, full
.t mary, that when a law has passed the Tobacco, went ashore near Caesar's Creek, mafle for a large dinner party, and a again wi h the Tennessee. Another proposes election.for returns tf?

r :'Chamber, the President of that, body |resent and bilged ; she had lost her masts and anchors bough house \\UI erected for the females. to con inict a railroad from ,Nashville that Mr Canr Governor Tennessee,it

it to the King, but in the present- some of the cargo would be raved. With a View of surprising the women, New Orl ans,it an expense'of more than ten n received 42,796 votefx,
J, stance,the celebrated M. Dupin, Presidentof A Spanish brig, laden with) Sugars and Segars some young men had, the night previous, millions t f dollars. Innumerable others Carroll, (V. B 35,247, and Mr. .
the Cbamber,,'declined performing tie went ashore about 50 miles North of secreted i it jj hick grove of bushes, about e 8,433 votes. \ mKentucky.
; ,unpleasant'task" and it devolved on tie Cape Florida. The sloop! hero, from New i two hund flhrds from the bough house, less magnitude daily meet out eye, as .-sow ,administration
If J*ts"' Vicq President[ M. Martin.' York for' Key, West, also went ashore at ''a nine poifflPfield piece, heavily loaded, glance ov r the pages of those heralds, ,, of nine Whigs hive',been men

: The,assassm Fieschi has recovered frbn. the same place) with a cargo of Dry Goods ; intending Ito discharge it when the party. knowledge! which are wafted.by every breezeto Rhode Island.-,: elected to Copgn
f\P1.\ :, l ,hjs) wound*!. He persists in'asserting tlat' the passengers and crew were saved, the were seated at the table. Unfortunately it the remote part ofour, country. And last) administration can 1
I vessel loss The fishing smack Gallant, was pointbd directly at the opening of the dates; SpragjKj*> Pearce,have been
:no on /but himself conceived and executed though not least,tc proposition it! tfiade fo con, spec I
ash ,about 70 miles South of house.. by small majoritfe s
this attack on Louis PhiHippe. Having Cape bough nect (hi Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific, bya bveY'Burges and c,, i
jiiade/no: / disclosures when his life Was in Canaveral ; :rew saved, vessel lost. The SomeTCtch in the meantime had taken Mountains ston, Whigs.
\,- imminent danger from, his wounds, it is brig JVoble, Brunswick) laden with Log a cat, confined its legs, and placed it in rail toad over the Rocky ttravigant Ex- Worth Carolina.-Seven Whigs
not probable he will now make any. wood, wen ashore about 100 miles South the gun. When the party' were seated at as this proposition may seem, a Buren have beenielected.IndxannaFive and sirp i

Paris is represented to be in a state ofI' of Cape Cn avoral ; crew saved,vessel lost. the table, the cannon was fired, Mrs. Blak- few'years only will see it realized, if we go men .. .
\ all the'individuals con The schr.: tFaydtt, Snow, from Mexico! eson, the wife of the chief magistrate'of the on expanding improving; unless, in the ', Van ,Buren men and t i
gloomy tranquility, for New Y rk with of who the head of the table Whigs have been elected.
demned thaf nets:monitrc have left the : a cargo Logwood, village, was at mean time, the rail road car should, give
of went ash 01narvorul 50 miles South .of Cape Car- bad that instant risen for some purpose, Alabama.-Mr. Clay,has been elected
capital for their different places impri- to the balloon Go
) fails
: place car. Speculation
\ \ ; ew saved, vessel l' lost. The when the cat struck her just, below the ernor.Vermont..
j ;,'. fionraept.EJTOIAWD.. fishing sm k Emprtss, from New Bedford shoulders, and passed through her body ; before the improvements of,time. '
J .-We find in the Paris Journals for N< / Orleans, went ashore about she uttered a'single scream and fell lifeless -Mr. Palmer, (antimason)
: account? from' London to the 29th August I 15 miles >uth of Cape Carnavoral ;the into the arms''of a lady who set next to her The Boston Mercantile Journal contains ah been elected Governor.
.. > ; The Municipal Corporations bill Captain nil three of the crew' drowned, -she was a ighly accomplished and interesting interesting i account of the :wrecking of the J.fissouri.-One' Van. "Bnren. man ands
had passed the House of Lords withal 1 One hand ed, and vessel lost. ladj ; and the mother of seven Monroe Whig have been elected to Congress.
schooner James in the Gitt'Stream
.the amendments made by the Conserva- ,
children the but six old.
eldest being Maine. Van
years -Dunlap Buren
J There but five10es.a' Fitn Bicknell'a between the Florida shore and chI Bahama candi
were [ Reporter.] The cat posted over the whole, length of has been elected
1 gainst it, and these from the most violent BAKKMCCAPITAL is THE U. STATES.- the table, upsetting several decanters and Bank, during a: severe gale .of wind'on the by large. majority.

I .tory lords, who would not vote for any bill The follow g table, showing the amountof pitchers, and ts head was ,driven through 14th and 15th ult., whilst on her pa sage from Georgia.-Sixty-two counties heard frog
whatever. }Ve perceive, as we expected, Banking apital of the various, States of an inch boar at the east end of the bough N. York' ,to ,New Orleans. Cap Pilsburyand which give Schley (V. B.) 1,807 votes ma;.
that the majority in the House of CornS the Union house whereextraordinary and what is I.
I possesses considerable interest. t lodged ; most ,
crew themselves < boati and WARS. In' Tait's
renounced their intention of -
mons have Edinburgh
We have c< piled it from the last reports bough stunned and bruised, ; Magatiae
withholding the supplies, and that a conciliatory made to tl several Legislatures of the is now olive a d well,i ,were, picked up two days, after iy a Bark, we have presented a frightful picture oft th

: : course will be pursued by both States, and t is proper for us to mention, The author ies have offered a reward of bound to Boston. In Capt. P.'a nrratrve the devastations of war.. What a lesson do t th

: partics.< A conference is spoken| of between that since heso": reports were submitted, five. hundred dollars/ for the conviction of preservation of the.vessel at'one'"time, and following facts teach Within the lastc.

"I the the two Houses,I innovations in'which 'some'shall be of several ne institutions have been char- the miscreant,vho was the author of this he lives ,of! all onboard, i is ascribed !(o thefree tury, there have been four wars, which hiT
most objectionable
tered-the [orthern Bank of ; diabolical of mischief. Western
Kentucky piece -[ '
of oil. It ''
use ought to be generally cost Great Britain
.' given up by the Commons, though the the Merch its' JJank of Baltimore, the Heruld-(orRuhard i Adams Ljncke.) ,046,400,000 sterling,0
principle of the Hill be preserved. The Charleston ity Brbk, &c., and hence, in j-H known that oil will preventthe.combing of upwards of$4,650,000,000; and in 'which g

leading prints of both parties recommend order to rake the table complete, the SUPERIORITY OF AMERICAN SILL-M. the waves. lost upwards of 2,450,000; lives. In the II

.. this course. We have no doubt that in reader shou I add the capital of all recent- D'Homerguepas I been the first to discoverthe This is a fact worthy of notice,hot only as commenced in 17i)3) Great 'Britain

in this which wny':! the the difficulties would will be involved l he removed, ly chartere !Danks. It will be perceived great suptriority of American silk overtha't important in'itself, but, as a triumph[of Me DSOOOOooO., ; France. 600,000,000; ; pet Atria
King by a '
that theJjasjlvauia capital of this State [Penn- of .olier: ;and ascertained
ng any country American philosopher D'r Franklin. :
before From 220,000,000, the other states of Euro
,resignation of the ministry
present atjenieen little than' : the diet thatKvliiIe! in France requires
] uuts to more stv- ,
had p\) carried House thesupplioq noticing the day incident l,OJ 2\J00;\) O O and the United
they through tlie nullksacbusetts s, while in 1834 that of Mas- twelve pound of cocoons to produce one every throwing ; States J:2j: ?,,
fcr the public service. i|lounted to $29,4ro,450-nnd pound of raw ilk, eight pounds ill in this greasy water overboard ,by the cook, he ,was 000,000 making the sum of :2,6!J9COOCOO)

The n,w Bill proposed by Lord Mel- New York 1 s more.than $31,000,000: country, be ;hi iply sufficient to i produce> the led to the discovery, that oil! (I would diminishthe or 11994336000. Such was the terribl

Iwurno ftr' the preservation of.peace in Maine, $2,724,000; same quantity. Experiments made long roughness of the waves. He,found that destruction, of human life, during 'this Jon;
Ireland, was rejected by the Lords on the ,New,llarnV tire -_ =; ''2,454,308 since in Georgia, it id true had given the there 'U'miich l less friction of the wind' when and'protra tedw&r\that upward..bf hiv mil
; 15th of August, by a vote of 51 to MO. By Vermont. 911,980 same result/-but they ,were insulatedand
the surf e ofth.water is covered with oil. ions of our,fellow creatures said to hays
islet ,
the .
this the police
power.of ,
rejection Massachusetts .ntion.In f
:: : >- S 29,409,450() had'e cited a .- '
in the hands of the magistrates, instead of Rhode Island, '. .. 7,438,848 the ,Manual, published\ in ]1828 under In this *aythe, mind of that truly great man alien a sacrifice, among the several bellip,

being taken under the immediate directionof Connecticut, .. .. 5,708,015 the n thority of the House of Hepresentativi was accustomed to elicit,,important truths. rants. What an enormous expenditure 01
the ',:oyernin"nt. It will no doubt cause New York, '. 31,481,461 of the United States, the ,au- Americ j may well be proud of him.! lIe not what we most value, treasure and life,doc!

'great dissatisfaction. 'The object of the New Jersey '.. J '. 6,375,000I'eousylvauia thor )(page 105, 106)) has inserted those only analyzed the lightning's flash and iden- war occasion 'Since,A. D. 1000,there ban
Peers is to force a resignation of the Melbourne l- ,'.' 17,0 4,444, perimeiid( in detail, as extracted from tified itfbut said to the'rolling billows'" here been fifty-one wars.
ministry and a dissolution of Par- Delaware, -, 2,000,00Maryland 0 the manuicripts! of, the late Col. Haber-
# Jiament in the hope that a new election shall ,tht proud waves be stayed," and they
9,270,091 sham, and. has subjoined similar ones made All the north of this ofrt
will increase the conservative strength in Virginia V .. in France"nd obeyed im. :
.J 5,6J3,500! 'Italy, with their results, extracted having been unusually
cold. The Georgiai
the lower House. North ,
Carolina ,
3,324,725 fron,'various writers, and those results -
The House of Commons had passed a South Carolina, ., 7,331,281 in jre eral' .correspond with the.state- MAKIJO] TUX DUMB TO Su.u-Tlie: New; says:-"there was a frost on,the 8th inst"The

resolution inviting the Duke of Cumber- Georgia, ? '-; .., .. 8,034,091 anent of M D'Homergue ; but neither the York Stir gives an account of a,most remarkable Mobile Mercantile Advertiser MJIit -
land to appear before them and give explanations Alabama,, ,- ., 4,308,207 author nor any body else, appears to' have 'cut* from deafness, by Dr. Webster,of '' rumored there were frosts in the'intt

touching,his conduct in the affair Mississippi .- 11,000,000 perceived e prent advantages of,American that ,cit. The subject was a young man nor las week; but we trust if there r

of the Orange l lodges. Louisiana, '. 33,604,755 silk ov r all others although the,facts from Virginia, for'some time an:inmate of the I been, they have been light. Severe frost
The duke de Nemours (second son of Tennessee. -' 5,242,827Keltucky were befo > their eyes. The reason is, :
Deaf Dumb
anc Institution New at this time it is feared'would
the king of France) is travelling Eng- t< ', ; ,10,000,000 that it req ired a practical man to 'make of York.- do great injury)
'. : land. Ohio' ,. .' -. 5,080,025 the impor nt, discovery ; .one well acquainted The skil il I operations of Dr.Webster almost to the crops."' We thought it had $en cot
'.'VThe Municipal Reform Bill,amended ,Indiana, 1. 1,500,000 t ith the properties of foreign instantaneously restored the sense' of hearing here. But we' observe several plum trees ii

,, 'by*the peers, was read in the House' of Illinois, -,.?.. 1,700,000 silks, and c ahled by his own experience, to this fortunate man, who had been deup bloom, and peach trees are blossoming net

,Commons on the 28th. District Columbia, .', 3,335,305Florida" to take cl T comparative view of them to thai period. The left ear is entirely this, we learn. We, suspect it was not very)

.BFAI.T.-The accounts from Spain con. 1,000,000 with our o4n, and decide on both. restored, and the right partially. The firsteft" cold after all. '
firm the previous accounts of the distracted Michigan, -2,250,000 'ofthe
ABOLIT CONVERTED. The ct. impression of sound, is said to
state of,things in that The !
/ country. AI'POI E5T1.-The President the Cat
$T (
Cnrlisu retain possession of the Barque Total, ., $219,250,019 York Hen I tells a good story of a Yankee have beeh exceedingly painful. In a few
who hi i been transformed from abolitionist days he became accustomed to it. We States has appointed JOHN FoRirrH.Jr
'provinces and Navnrre. and no military In this statement,there is a material error an think
p movements attended with decisive results, in the amount set down for this Ter Hor.t.' t. a ttrenuous, : advocate for sla this a subject worthy the.attention of' the Alabama> to be Attorney for the Soutber

have taken 'place. Independent| juntas The Banking capital of Florida be thus very. Th Jonathan had been journeying most skilful and practical. surgeons.: District of that State,in place. of John Elliott
may in the Sou: era States for his health and *
have been established in Barcelona, tiarragosso The number
stated Union Bank of Florida : suffering in a similar state
: > -
capital ,
for of subscribers '
Valencia and Murcia- which getting to anew !
act recent
kind of of, New York, )
I Bank, of Pensacola publimtion. : a nonentity, for what can le ,
.. concert and have an army the commandI' $3,000,000; $2,500,000 On he went, from plantation a person Souther
'44 f.which it id said has been offered to Ml.na. Central Bank of Florida, $1,000,000 Bank to plantation, until he arrived at the or enjoy without hearing or language,-is appointed District Attorney for the

.. .- 'The views of these different juntas of West Florida, $300,000 total, $7,075,000. dwelling Mace,ofa maiden lady, who own very great. In Europe<
,; ae indicative of the state of anarchy uto I In addition to which, the Southern Life In- ed a hundred r.elrfOes-bereollr abolitionist upwards of 137,000 persons Deaf sad Dumb} his way to Key, West to. commence- his duce'The '!
ti which the country has fallen. The pasta fell sick; and left the green bag contain The number! in the U. States is
and Trust chartered not
urance, Company was u
of Barcelona demands the vacation'of' ing the shew olume of the new publication greatin Savannah Georgian comes' ,to m'
by the Jut session of! _the Council,with acaoitaTof to jb. The ) proportion. In the Royal Dispensary for late in form ea&A1 l
agnetinaaat.Cutee.aud the junta of Barn- ...rgst peace. Jady kindly an enlarged!!\ ; ,luad :
graft requires the, re-establishment) of tie $2,0007000, and will commencelts operations nursed< er N hern visiter, until her care the diseases o't Bee ear,cud for,the,Deaf and improved, mitt appearance. The Republ

,Kingdom' Arra on, with its fwnt 6r the.coming winter. and the 'opera on' of a generous climate Dumb at London, upwards of 9G30 patients can follows'suit, it states, in a few days. V,.'
peculiar other cured him of a his ills. lie looked about have been curd, or '
'privileges ; provinces demand ] relieyed since its establishment are pleased to witness such evidences of the!
the tout suppression of religious POPULATION or SAvAr au.-The census and found every thing con fortable. Ilia in 18 6., Dr. J. Togno of Philadelphiawhoha
houses, and threaten the very existence of of the population in our City in Augustlast mind was mano up and he assiduously) wice prosperity and that of their city. .
their inmates whilst others arm for tleir was' taken by the Board of Health.- courted the old maid, until she lent an ear successfully performed foun
.-, similaroperatio is,gives it as his decided The population of Buffalo, (N. Y.)is ( <
maintenance with all thesupersthionsyiey There were 3434 whites and 4338 colored to his entreats and our itinerant abolitionist opinion
a .4.. seek to perpetuate. On this state of thngs) persons; total 77J. Of the whites 1681 procure her hand, her heart and that, t leas :one half of the deaf and dumV>> by a census Just taken, to be 15,573. In Is:

\ we might indulge in almost interminable are ascertained to be males, 1653 females, her hundred n roes, at one u fell swoops'" individuals no r condemned to ctersaldcaf it was 6,321. Its population linearly treble

speculations., but we forbear, for the question and 100 returned without designation of The antiaboUt'nim say,that on this plan AU", by the generally prevailing ignorance, ill.five years. Few places can show M 1'1!
of cue bono! presents itself unbiddento sex or age. Of the colored persons 1700 tation the uegr es are a little the hardest might be restored to hearing id an increase u this beautiful" City of tl
the mind. are males, and 2454 are females, and 184 1... 1'r| in that neighborhood.- treatment by an appropriate Lakes." S
<' returned without designation of sex or,age Something is 1 Ii ewise said of the age of the
The following is taken from the Charleston Of the white males, JOO'J''reover 15'years !lady, and whit ewashing," which we think The New Y 4k The Superior Court for this county *
:, Gazette. It of arid 679 under. Of the white fe o Transcript thus speaks:- !
pleads most eloquently for age unnecessary repeat. The Fair. 'the commence its session on the first Mond
is still "
our rail road across the peninsula. The oth. males 998 are over 15 years of age, and cry they, come. December next and not in November, I
655 under. Of the colored males, 924 a r'f lUUINOrA very ingenious inven We wish comet the lair would turn their ,
r papers' few notices of wrecks. over 15 years of age and 776 under. ref tion for roakinppinsja: at !present exhibiting faces this wa We would be the ,last to wu erroneously stated.last week.

i' F.Sx KBT WEST,-We learn From Cap. the colored females, 1476 are over 15 yearsof at the manufactory of R. HIM & Co. cry" about it. They would make this land It has been total amo
that the
Walker of the U. S. Mail Schr. Laura a computed,
arrived age and 978 under. a in Gold-etreefJ It is capable of making "
of the
I fruits $
on Saturday I."t. that and of flowers in of property shipped and unshipped, in
a severe and
The above census was taken at a season completely l : finishing sift/ pins pre r sooth land
and destructive hurricane occurred at Key when a large portiou of our white population minute ; and I ii i? said three or four of these fairy ,. port of London, in one year, was nell

West,and its vicinity,on the 15ta September. are abaeut' in search of business or machines can pe attended by one person By the l Jut advices 70,000,000 or 5)311,080,000.;
The. following vessels mployedon If we estimate the absentees at while in opera Ion. When it is conwdered from Liverpool the -
the Florida Reef; as Wrecker*, will pleasure resident population in wiuter that by the ordinary! mode tigkt persons are lion. William T. Barry, our 'Minister to By the last advices, Chili was subject

probably be a total loss at Bajria, sloop may be'set down at 9272. Transient persons required I : a pin, the improvement Spain, is reported to have,been so indisposed frequent earthquakes.: The inhabitant

Brilliant';at Key Travanier' IC r, PiWro. however swell this population in must be manifest! From plain wire a pin that place M to indoca the belief thai h, their vicinity much) alanned'aod

total. ,'I.,oset:crew A re4 } at sabu!, place, winter to 10 or 11,000. Georgian. per ttatnd is made in this way s 4 would not reach Madrid alive ," ,I ed greatly. a Ran t'iC "' '. 4, ; S


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0 the whole nun,collected fr m'the tolls one I'.4. '): ,ICOLATA HOUSE. LIST OF LETTERS, NOTICE., ", AIL ARRANGEMENT) ;\J

York canals, since their opening in The 'undersigned respectfully an In the Post Office Jack Cotrttvv ,
New REMAINING at CttRx's Orrict-DtrvAt ,) ON; ROUTE NO.24y1.S "
spring, to the 21st SePtember; 1 ii'"one vnii '. pening'efrfYln, that he intends County, on the 30th Jacksonville, August 3d,'1835. ) : y
Ifa thousand doUart. Increase October, the Sept. 183,-and if not taken out in three persons having deeds or other VIA PABLO.t J
$ and inentem Hotel known as PICOLATA HO SE. The build. months, they will be sent to the General Post ALL of writing any to be' recorded., Leave Marys every Wednesday:,at 3 P.M. +1'1..''
r inca 1834, $186,000. l' ing having been greatly enlarged, will com Office as Dead Letters. will please leave the money for recording the' Arrive! at Pablo every Thursday by 7 P. M. I r ,

fortably accommodate a numerous company, B Thomas T. Moody. same also-otherwise the deeds or other instruments Leave 'abto every Friday, at6A.M. ;:, I
The Harrisburg, Reporter slates the whole the Rooms will be well furnished and the Sarah A. Broward N will not be placed record until Arrive at St. I i
the canals andail1Day' Table richly supplied with the best fare the upon Leave t.Au ustineeveryMondayat5A.M. ]
mount of tolls, collected , of Pennsylvania,,within the present country affords. John Broward, Nat. Persons having papers of any kind already Arrive at Pablo same day by 6 P. M. 1
Picolata is situated on the St. Johns river, recorded Leave ablo every Tuesday, at 5 A. M.
- William Blount 0 ; please call and payfor them, \
' fiscal year, up to ,the September, to.be forty miles above Jacksonville, and eighteen M. Bowroson, Russell Ormon. as the work is done, and I want my pay, Arriy at St. Marys next day by 11 A.M. I

Ii 1,487. miles West of St. Augustine ; with a stage Edgar S. Barrows, P ISAIAH D. HART Clerk. VIA JACKSONVILLE.t I

Holt's Hotel has been sold in the city of hours.communication-The climate, requiring is remarkably only a ride mild of three and C. A. L. Boliver, Nell McPherson, 'Jacksonville, Aug. 3. I' 29tt" eave Marys every Saturdayat 9 P. M. t

furniture balmy and from the Oran Baxter, William Perry, Arriveeave t Jacksonville next day by.O P. M. I '
York, with its at auction for being exempt humidityof FOR ,
e\V Nancy Bellamy, George Pindarvis. SALE. acksonville 5 A.M.
the every Monday
175,000. This property is said'to have cost baneficial sea to atmosphere invalids laboring, has proved under pulmo highly Eliza Bellamy, R A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION, pleasantly rrive t St. Augustine same day by: (0 J P. M. i I

towards, of$300,000. The furniture was ..val nary affections.A Arthur Burney. Henry R!illy, situated, and healthy, on the St. leave 5t. Augustine every Thursday, at 5 i irrive I IA. .
C Francis Richard, 3 Johns' river in Duval Florida, four 1\1 '
.. Steamboat weekly between this county, "
at $60,000.Elias running
place and Savannah, will afford every desirable Rachel Christe, William' 3. Ross, miles above the growing town of Jacksonville at Jacksonville same day by 6IVM. !

Wallen Esq.has been appointed Post facility for communication between the George Colt. 2 John' Rosa, containing oOO acres, of which one half cave Jacksonville every Friday at 6 A. M. ; I I
t I two places. D Robert Robinson, ((250 acres) is good planting land in a com Arrive At St Mary. next day by 1 P. M. '
in St. Augustine in tie! place of:John Wm. S. Donaldson. John Jonathan ) CROSS VIA JOHS'S
Blaster With, these advantages ''the undersigned or pact body and under fence. It has a good ROUTS- ST. Btcrr. t ili

Stay, Jr deceased. hopes by his unremitted personal, ) attention, E Ralclrord.EdVart fousewith all the other'necessary eave Pablo every Friday, at 5 A..M., ; '
to render> entire satisfaction to all who Chandler S. Emory.t S'F buildings required on a Plantation. Those Arrive at Jacksonville lame day by 19 M. '

It reported, that the President will at.I I favor him with their patronage. may II. SamsGiirney ,- 3 who wish to purchase, can call on JOSIAH Leave Jacksonville same day,at 1 P. M.
question in his next Mes- JOHN P.>> LEVY. Col. Fleming, 3 ; Smith, 2 GATES who i. on the 'place and will aid Arrive at Pablo same,day by 7 P. M., ;' .
ude to the Slavery, I Picolata E. F. 12. t 8w33 Charles E. I linn, Benandina Sanchez, them in an examination of tb ISAIAIlTD.:IM'Jacksonville ..; ,.P.M. '
age. .4 Sept *I. Josiah Fogg. D. S'anehezt vMicnjah They will'have "a*'view of tile present cbP'and ; July 31st. 1835. '. "I
rs I,_ ,4' ,.
G Simmons from him the subscribeat \
r gentlemen oTthree bears near NOTICE. ,or St. Mary a, ,
of '
JL party ) I D. S. Gardiner, Mary Smith, Georgia, may obtain the termsof ale. NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS; I
Iris place a few days since. THE subscriber is in want of cash at this Josiah Gates'l i Caroline Searse. WHIPPLE ALDRICH. ,,1 ."!

I and 'would be very much obliged II 'T Jacksonville, Aug* 17. 4w31 '
1''II AMICAS FLORIDA,"'it would give us great !, if his friends will call and settle.CIiARLES Joshua Hickman, Jane Tucker, 2 .. ,

pleasure to admit.into' our, columus i, particularly i. } HOtT.Jacksonville Reubin Hogans, Sarah f Tucker. ,RAIL ROAD..NOTICE. :.

I endorsed' as it is, by' one whom I we ,October 20. 3w38 Charlotte Hall, U THERE[ will be a.regulatbonvevince for
Isaiah D.Hart 3 Thomas Underwood.
once a wce from St. Mary'sGeo.
auld make most any sacrifice 'to favor.- \ NOTICE. Clerk Super. Court. 4 W ., by Pablo to St. Augustine ; toleave St.

' Bull we_must decline its publication. AL'i persons having demands against the L George,Waltom, 3 y Mary's every Wednesday o'clock, P. M,
) of MARYIIOBKIRK Joseph B. Lancaster Andrew;, Welch 2
deceased, Commissbners and arrive At Pablo next day.#
h A VETERAN "WHIP.Mr. A. Shum- are requested to present them duly.attested, 3 Gab ; IWaters, THE undersigned, that pursuant to tin Act give entitled no Persons, who wish to avoid a night expo i

nay, of Belchertown, has driven the stage to the undersigned, on or before the let day John Lawton. John TJ Williams, An Act to amend an Act iicorporate the sure on the water,will find "frY.',,comfortable I'
ketweeii that town and Northampton,more of Februlry( next, and all persons indebted to M Charles,"VilIey, FLORIDA PENINSULA AND JACKS>NVILLE RAILROAD accommodations at Fernandina Mr. A.
said Eataie requested to make immediate William Morgan, Timo'iy Wirflitman. Dlas. and leave the
''t ban 25 successive lie bad passedver are COMPANY can Fernandina next
years anoroved Febusry,1835,
2 Y
the road on an average, twice every payme 1 1. David McKees that the Books will be again owned at Jacksonville norningand arrive at Pablo the same day.-
JAMES IIOBKIRK > Thomas Moody 2 Henry
iny, and after making proper deductions; J.lULLS.Ex rs., young. at the store of I. D. Hat, Bay-street, They can leave Pablo'every Friday morning
WILLIAM ISAIAH D. 3ART: P. M. the 4th of. and continue at 4 o'clock, and arrive at St. Augustine at Ii T,
ft will be found he'bas travelled 168 milesr on day .May, open ,
Jack nville Oct. 38tfNSTABLE'S P.M.
1,1835. until the let same day; leave St. Augustine 'every
day'of'Augult nat to receive
t> week; 8736 a year,and 218,400 'miles, EAST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD subscriptions for stock to aid Rail Road Sunday, end arrive at Pablo'same day. ;,
during this of time Ilia route at carry
period SALE. COMPANY. into execution. Passengers wishing to visit St. Augustine, U
' 'oth extremities is usually before daylight virtue of two writs of Fi. Fa. Issued By.the 8th Section of this Act will be accommodated on' reasonable terms
in the morning or after dark 'in'the evening BY Court and NOTICE is hereby given that a meeting the' amendatory faro' from St. Mary'a by Pablo to Su Augur
ie outjof a Magistrate's to me for stock heretofore taken
of East ,
Stockholders lie
and numberless instances have tins $5. From St.: to Pablo .
occurred Augustine $3.There
directedI will to public sale on Sat. have to subscribe fort
( \ expose Rail Road Company, will la holden at the a prior right a 'lame I
when the darkness was intense,or during November between is also a safe boat, which will run'
urday, the 7th dayof next office of SAM'L S. LEWIS Nis 1 Commercial amount of Stock on the New H>oks.
t terrific storms "what is in front of the once, a ,week from Pablo to Jacksonville ; and
; yet ve'ryre- the usual hours of sale, wharf in the City of BosUuon: the 15th of ISAIAH D 1MRT, .
will and arrive,, meet the mail !
narkable, he baa never overturned his Court-house,in the town of Jacksonville, all October next 1835 for the of JAMES DILL. depart so sato k
purpose organ. boat its return from St. and the i
on Mary'a
r coach, killed a horse, or. met with a serius the tight, title, and interest, of Elizabeth izing said Company, by ch administratrix of the stage
it is Hendricks and as ', es. STEPHEN EDDY
of kind. When
re- ; ,
any and such other)jbasiness as
may Pablo
from All fare
to Jacksonville to
meinbered that he ,has made more than tate .if, Ezekiel Hudnal, deceased, in and to, come before said meeting.! JOS. B. LANCASTER: $9. '
h be at C.. TAYLOR.
15,000, trips, and conveyed at least 124,000passengers a detain tract or parcel of land, lying and SAM'L S. LEWB, 1 Jacksonville March 31, 1835 14 paid Pablo. it'
and boundedon Maiiboat Pablo for St. ,
bein in the County of Duval, JOHN IIENSHAW p-The: will leave
and hRS neither broken a limb I '
: if b South by St. Johns river, on the West DAVID HENSFAW Com'rs. NOTICE. Mary' every Tuesday and return on Thurs ij l
nor upset his coach, surely such a man de I reek and 'on the North an4East The leave. Pablo: Friday
by ogan's J.'B. DANFORT1, An by day. stage every I
I passed Coun-
well of Legslative
erves his'countrr. vacant lands, and contains two hundred By for / and returns on the succeeding
Mass. Courier. WILTE, of this Territory, at m last session Sunday. '
[Northampton ( ) estimation (Jm3'
nd ,,at presentin
acresby ; ,
r fifty
,Boston, Aug.: 19., 6v34PROCLAMATION and approved ',by, tbe Govern, Feb. 14th,
7, "k1-1 "-"" th occupancy of Col. James Dell ; leviedon
DROUGHT On the borders 183:). the Subscribers were appointed Com.missioner. '
i IN FRANCE.- as\he property of the said Elizabeth'lien. JACKSONVILLE"
bf f the river Seine jn some places, such has dricki, and as administratrix, &c. at the suit .,to open Books ''anC: receive subscription .. II
I for the stock of Bark to be located AND TALLAHASSEE STAG ,
K. Walker and a
By George ,
been the the rivers "
recent drought, thnt are ofS. Streeter. Governor Flora. l in this Town, to be caUeUI/E BANK .
of _
' early dry' and the mills: obliged to cease WILLIAM HICKMAN.! Constable.' 'OF'JACKSOMILLE. '
y-Whlch fromi '2to3000fien are 't SepHehUer 30,"1835. 5w3G : an Election vaiheld on the h
thrown In in May, U35, for the I In pursuance of which the Subscribers ,5 l
\ If olitofelnployrnent some the'ciderms parts INDIAN AFFAIRS. election of a Delegate to,the ne:Congress; i. hereby give notice, that the Books for Subscription '
.r Brittany, from the same cause, for the stock in said Bank, will be are informed 'that a line of !
' of the.. United States for the Territory of TilE'PubJic'
'c | been given to cattle to drink, and wafer SALE OF INDIAN CATTLE. Florida ; and whereas at, said electon, JOSEPH opened in this Town, at the Counting-Room Barouches ,will run between'Tallahassee 1

, sold at enormous prices. THE sale of the Cattle to be surrendered M. WHITE received. greater number of of Messrs Blanchard & Rider, 'corner fit and Jacksonville, to leave this ,
the United States, by the Seminole votes than other individual as appearsby i Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, A. M. plaoe eve Monday. "-: I 1Ip 1

A sweet potatoe which fires on the Indians, under the 6th Article of the Treatyof : the returns any legally made to ire t. on the fourth, day of May next. (: 'For y pounds baggage will be allowed "

plantation of the estate of John Htigenin, the 9th of May, 1832, with that Tribe, will Now, therefore, in pursuance if law, I do' W. J. MILLS.WILLIAM to each pa senger,and for any greater weight,* "

About seven miles front this city, weighing commence at Flotard's place, on the road hereby proclaim the said Josepl M. White, RIDER. ono cent ] er pound will be charged for every .
leading from Micanopy Tampa, bout 12 elected the STEPHEN EDDY, ten miles ]
fen pounds twelve ounces, was yesterday duly the'Delegate from Territoryto
i""rough to our office. It is the largest we miles from the Seminole Agency, oi the 1st the next Congress of the Unild! States. ISAIAH .HART.. OTFar through, each way, $25. .; ,f..,
another of day of December ensuing, and at Volucia, Given under my'hand this ::8lh day of Cumniittionert.Jacksonville I JAMESJacksonville ? HARRIS. e '
and doubt whether !
gave seen
: the right bank of the St. Johns river, on Jan..14. 3tfltt: \
(equal! size can be from other on August, A. D.1835., G. \ULKER.. E. F. April 2d, 1835. ,
produced any the 15th day of the same month, and! bo con

|section.-Sav. Rep. tinued from day'to day, until the whole that $60 REWARD CONVEYANCE FROM .V s* '\ I

,r Mr.\ lloulton mentions, in his lecture at !. may: be shall surrendered be sold., those. places respec RAN A WAY fron the subscriber R. tively, Attorney
ihe medico botanical society, a bulbous Sales will be,,made to the highest bidder, about two' maths since, ; ;. Ii
oot which was found 'in the hand of a and payment required from purchasers hip two negro' felbws'George' opened an office Jacksonville, for : 41T11E l I It
prompt of the Law in the ;
ummy where it had been for and John. George South practice
i probably in every cale. t '
Courts of Duval and of the
about 40 adjoining coun
Carolinian bor :
ore than 2,000 years; it was put into the It is' probable that a considerable numberof ties. b.criber'wnfrunagood Baronche
old. of the Diddle size
Ponies' horses will be offered at years ,
und, where it with vigor. Indian or ,
' ,grew sale auction at the times well built, he tammers so He pledges himself, that all business entrusted good Horses from Jacksonville to'
[London paper. private or public. much that at time it is difficult to his care, shall receive prompt and St. ,Augustine, once a week ; to leave] this,

y and points assignated.y WILEY THOMPSON, ; to understand what he says. diligent attention. place every Monday morning, and arrive in

The .Oneida county (N.Y.)grand jurors Supt. Seminole Rem. John, an, African born, is abort 28 years Jacksonville, July 15, 183j. 29tf St. Augustine on the evening of the same day:

, nave presented anti-slavery publications as Seminole Agency, Florida, 4th Oct. 1835.:! old* middle size,stout, fatand of,very black Returning-will leave St. Augustine on
I incendiary, and call upon the people todeatroy.all compluion. Doth Jobbing Those STORE TO LET. Wednesday morning, and arrive at this placeon
such publications where and carpenerl. MANDARIN the evening of the Jame day. tp'Forty .
NOTICE. two negroes are probably urling in the.onBack TilE STORE at re
will be allowed
whenever they can be found." ofWhitelvilJe Creek E. A Co. pounds baggage ']
!I of all neighborhood occupied ,
t THE subscribers of having to disposed Mr. WILLIAM !, Duval County, E. F., where they have their .II. ..my Esq. will \be rented on fair touch h palleneerand for anI greater weight, II
stock goods cW
Gross and vulgar minds will always pay RIPER, and having taken the store lately occupied wives. George at Mr. S. Y. Garej's and Johnat terms. It ;sea good stand for business, andpossession one ten miles.per poundwill, charged.,1 for:"U.every' 't 1'
higher to wealth than to talent Mr. Brown can be immediately '
respect recommendtheir s. "* "' '**
them cheerfully
they Fare each
y ir wealth, although it be a far less efficient customers by to patronize him.. The above reward will be pad by Mr. Apply to C. READ! near the premises. way$5.II. II. PHILIPS.' t

II source of power than talent, happens Mr. Rider is fully authorised to settle all Francis Gue, Merchant in St., Aigustine the Mandarin, August 3,1635. 20tt 'Jacksonville Feb. 2. : .6tf,>'r>", ,
n (i be more intelligible.l bur Book accounts contracted in our'store, thirty dollars on the delivery:; in jail of !
said of each of said negne. besides the NOTICE.I .
indebted.to either by city ;
;, business. Those t I oqo LDS. OF ULACK MOSS; '
The editor oldie Boston'Traveller thinks note or book account, are requested to call at reasonable expenses incurre .to bring them WILL bold MsgistratM Court at the ;
the without delay or there, or on the delivery to me person sent Courthouse Jacksonville the Sec tFE'HE
at the changeable DOW to be seen hts store and pay on
i the.,sun'* disk, lire more nora suits will be commenced. to receive them at anyplace whew they maybe ond Saturday in each month, at 10 o'clock A. ri' -Subscriber will purchase: te"abor*
nqthing\ I secured with the i Iijoruntion given of Black. 'delivered in
I than the ke' BLANCHARD to RIDER. proper! M. In my absence, holiness left with quantity
sm (rein steam engine. t Jacksonville, Sept. 17th, 1835. 35t.r'' to that-effect to the s aid F nets GueM..DEQUOERES.< O. M. Dorman Esq. will any b. punctually attended i Savannah previous to 1st Oct berjln; large.. i
, It is reported that there're, in Vermont to. "S1'STREETER, or small quantities ". ''**-' ,9

1,000,000 sliee'm producing annually $4- NOTICE. St Augustine,July 1: 29 Justice of the Peace I..V. MORREL' : T' I

",000 worth of wooL purchased BLiXCIlARD If June 17. 25 Savannah? June 17. I 4w27 i

HAVING '$ stock of Good; in this place, ,$100 REWARD. s

,DEATHS. and taken the store recently occupied by from the Jail .f Monroe Coun 'FOR SALE. NOTICE., :

them, I calculate to replenish'the stock with ESCAPED District oi Florida, a prisoner Copper Stills,nearly new; one con .ubscriberwm bold a'Justice's Court ] l

1 In Alachua County, on the 12th inst. of such articles as may: DC waded to have a by the name of J. .tlD S. S1MO.VDS, TWO two hundred gallons, with a THE the Office of O. M. Dorman, Eaq.ln: !

1 lI.umptionJr.. MART DJCWKSC, aged 46 good assortment for this markit who was committed to my custody on three heater of the same capacity; the other con. Jacksonville, on the' last Saturday: in each
J- rtUi. She was a worthy member, of the QJ::: Pnrchaurs.will find it fir their interestto indictments found by, the jury of said fining fifty gallon., which will be disposedof month. In 'my absence, any'' business left '

"'lethodut Episcopal Church and in death call as above.arfa1on County, on the several) ogee of murder, terms advantageous to the purchaser. with Mr. Dorman, will be punctually attends. I

*4 full confidence in the faith, which had : delivery of the QOOC!a. piracy, and larceny, and mate his escape b, For further particulars inquire of O. BCDIXCTOS ed to STEPHEN .EDDY, I '
ported and cheered her through life. WILLIAM RIDER. means of false keys 'on then ght of the 14th EM. Whitesville, or at this office. Justice of lhe Peace.

. I lola Augusta, Georgia, on the 14th instant, Jacksonville, Sept. 8, 1835. 35tf inst. lie is a native of New Jlartford,(Con.) Jacksonville, May 0. Uhf June 3.. 23lf i

i tBTRAirou>, Esq.MARINE a mariner, and has been for .."m1e1r. in t
S NOTICE command of trading and wrekinjr vessels, WANTED. NOTICE. '

JOURNAL. S hereby given, that the,Bo>ks for receiving and at one time commanded lie Scnr. Lydiaof a small family a good Weed, who understands persons! having demand against the
I subscriptions to the cap,Ul stock of the Philadelphia. He is about thirty years of cooking. For such an one, the ALL of Mrs. iLEM.IXTtfE, 0.1 U-

a T Or JACK80IVILLE' .OCTOBER 22. SOUTHERN LIFE VfSOUffCE AND age, five feet five or six metes high, has a highest wages will be given, It applications TIER, de;will present them properly attest*
t =- TRUST COMPANY," will be opened at the down cast guilty look, dark allow complex > made immediately. ed, and aTperon l indebted to said Estate
ARRIVED. office of Tbomu Douglas, EH- in the Cityof ion, but from close eonfinenunt for Mveral Inquire, at this office. will wake !mmediale payment toW '

a 17thtehr. ()en. William Washington,) .. St. Augustine, on the second day of November months had become eomewha: pale,has .remarkable July 2. 27tf B. R051lJuk.onthlee .. I
1 .from New York. next, at 10 o'clock,A, M. and will scar on his head, tad some scars July 25,1835. fiftf '

22d achr. Saluda Helme, from New'York. be kept open from time to time by adjournment about hit face. He is wen mown io New of all descriptions Printed at ,

22d steamer Florida, Hubbard, from Si.S until the whole of the stock shall besubscribed York where his wife's connexions reside.I BLANKS&., at short notice FIELD HANDS 'WANTED.p '

t ; not exceeding thirty days. will give the above rewar4ifhe'u secure TxAlso:: Job Work .Intl handsome Dollars month b..1/- .
( style, /T1WELTE a. win
LOT CLARK, ed in any Jail in the United States, or the
CLE4RED. ; """ROBERT RAYMOND REID, same reward with all reasonable expenses if and on reasonable terms.} ::1 montljy for five or si "
r. 'tschr. Gen.William Washington Ma THOMAS DOUGLAS. ';t. delivered to ne at Key West. V Justice Blanks-Deeds-Bills of'Ldinr > .andHfteeaDollart.. for'Oood'PL.edIssas-
... f" ? .. -! JOSHUA"HICUTAM >
I,for Charleston' *- w f ,;* Manifest &c.' for sale : ; ;:
.- ,* Commi .Ionere. THOMAS EASTIN. U. B. MU 1I&I.K.7 *, constantly at
&br Ariel '> :\ office. .).1< -. May 14. : 2w9Q +j' a
Richard for St Mary this ?
: .June 2d, 1835. 23. ; West,July 25,183 : ,



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MoRrriNo.-At At morniog'sdawn, when DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, &c THE, STEAM PACKET ; : -' TO,.THE, PUBLIC.

rDIISCEL'LANLOtJ nature, refreshed by the dews of night! THE Subscriber has on hand, and offers FLORIDA.CAPT. T The 8oUB Southern?OR1BER, having pub
smiles around and revives afresh, she cries sale\ on reasonable terms,the following Editor and: proprietor AgriettlluTtllisc Mr. from ilt

"Rural life seldom fails to ac push nJo d0, mortal) I Why art thou A prey articles, viz solicit the'SUpport of the friends John D. Le ng

one bject-it softens tho heart. I awak- to care anxiety ? Is not God thy father? DRY GOODS.s tare, and of the interests of A W .

cna the affections, and leads to con :mpla- Shall hS wbo made thee forsake his child? Broadcloths. Sattinetts, Negro Cloths throughout the Southern connected States rtitl ;

: : tion 'God made the country, ai I Wan Tho term of' thy existence !is not confinedto white and yellow Flannels, bleached and HUBBARD, published this work for Mr. Legare lie 11.; I

:, made the town. In the {former, tI :r6 nro thy pilgrimage,.on .earth,, it cx nds.to brown Check, striped and plaid Homespuns. "tXTlLL tun once a week from Savannah commencement, in the year 1828 anA from i, i I

F no BrtificSal l. wants, prejudices, or ft areas, ctcnuty !I'Eanoas Calicoes, Silks, Gloves, Linens, Imported VV to Picolata, touching at Darien, St. thus Practically acquainted with ite w i I
all is cordiality, comfort and pcne.Vc Ginghams, Cambrics, Silk Hdk'fs. Bomba- Mary's, and Jacksonvllte.R. Which it should be conducted. Its PubliII< I

look abroad upon ,the solemn hi s,, the or THE Pju ss;-And you can't zettes, Oznatiurgs Burlaps, &c. ., & W. KING, lion will be continued on the same tem I

shining streams, and having \vodllands think what bavb these demons. sometimes HARDWJARE, AND CUTLERY. Agents at Savannah. in the same manner as heretofore with IS

and we feel that God is therel-rllii! baud chooso to make of 01 e's sense, and what's Lamps, Candlesticks, Gun Axes, Adzes, Freight payable by shippers. All slave improvements the as his experience may engttit* I

placed the, mountain on its throws, and worse, of one's rhymes. But a week or patent Augurs, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, passengers must be cleared at the Custom- Journal the subscriber,vehicle is solicitous to I i
I. rolled around'its crown of swell 1 Us two since, in my ode, upon Spring, whichI Butts;Screw! Braes Knobs, Hoes,Sad Irons, House. information not, fordissemminatinX I
( breath fills tho blue vault that .nbo meant have made a most beautifulthing PadTil1bestTrunk""Gun=" Gun Closet- Conveyances fof St." Augustine, in retdiness hshed of only with regard to !

k Until immensity, ns it were, le'vlsit e'I j aiil where I talk'd of the "dew drops Brass port pad-Knob and Mortice Locks, at Picolata. mental systems efforts h'' husbandry, but also S

J liissmile Is' shadowed only ih the sui- from the freshly blown roses!I" the nasty Knob Latches, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steelyards 1,1f' 3. IJuly lure, he invites. free Agriculture and and Hwfi
beams which .traverse those abysses tfmystery. things made it "from freshly blown noses!I" Bed Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges, nication from all iT

!, How majestic ,is the coming f And once, when to please my cross aunt, Cork' Screws, Hand and cross cut Saws, MACbN STEAMBOAT pursuits. Let t.b persons one imagine occupied that in S

i a summer stormVo! sit at the windot I had tried to commemorate some saint of Knives and ,Forks, Brittania-Plated TaMeand 7OMPANY. facts or isolated fexperiments are too trivial s< J

of some rural mansion, to wbich we lieu ,her clique,,who'd just died, having said he Tea Spoons, Iron Knives Squares Braces, Pocket Socket Com- p be commuDlcat d. All systematic hot

fled from the thick air and heat of the metropolis } "had" taken up in heaven his position," passes Chisels, ,Drawing&c. edge is but the aggregate of humble park] I

: } I we 'see' the far-off clouds arise they made it, he'd "taken up to heaven his | vGROCERIES PROVISIONS.Coffee .... Jars ; and Sciette, in every department I I
I \ like giant forms against the horizon, with I) physician1looro'8! Fudges England.. : brought to perfection,not through the ins !

':,: spears! ,of fire and r6besbf purple and gold}} Tea, Loaf and Brown Sugars mentality of a single exrraordinary: ,fa '
'\ 4 86me sudden they FEMALE ChampaigneMaderia-Claret Port andMaJaga THE above company take this method oi f by the contributioa of particulars
then; as' by; L etc.- Ah, Eliza, (said a by mM
melt into a mass'' of solid gloom, from minister to a" ember of his class; whose Wines,.Spices, N. E. Rum, American the public that they havepurchased'two individuals an< g nerally after the [apse j I
Gin, Holland Gin, Brandy, SoapTabacco ; Steamboats, the MACONand many years, he Is desirous therefore
whoso bosom: the lightning darts its vivid ed bis should W I
.' ringlets aura eye,) you not Flour, Corn, Rice, Pilot Bread} Butter EXCEL,, which boats are to run regularly as many facts to record as,can be, furnished
chain. waste' your pj ious time in curling your Crackers; Dee: Pork". Codfish, Mackerel, between Darien and Macon, leaving and from the planter, who is systematic

'THE RULING USSIOl'f' or THE SEX.-Tho hair ; had Gc I intended it to be curled, he' Butter"V Lard" Gtheese, Figs, Almonds, Raisons Darien once every week with twb tow boils. his experimental labors; an. account of hi i h

Jove of ornament is the railing passion of would have t >ne it for you." Apples; Hams, Bologna Sausages, The steamboats will draw only 26 inched of failures as well a his successful efforts i! '

the So it has ever been and so it "Indeed, aid the witty girl,) when Onions, &C &c water,;'with two good engines in each. The: be acceptable. If the last are worthy of iein
sex. that was a child 1 did curl it for me ; but now '-ALSO- company have been at great expense to wee recorded that they may be,imitated, the fa I
I ever ::will be. There's not a woman of I: am grown, i he thinks I can do it my- Drugs and Medicines, Paints ''Crockeryand this line of steamboats in the Ocmulge and should' be noted in order to be shunned
lives,who does not regard the matter Shot" Altamahaand solicit The
j self." Glass Ware, Powder and Shoes, riVerswouldtespectfullp i subscriber hopes that this appeal to hi I
, dress as a most important consideration.- Boots, and a gre 1 variety of articles to numerous the patronage of the public.This lire will fellow cidzene'of the South, will not be'h I
Even the old and, decripit or the young A GRAVE '. FFAIR.-A lad was one day to men n. be a great facility for merchants who ish to vain. It would be a reproach to our Planltn

t andtbeunseemly, will try on a dashing despatched t the house of a clergyman to HARDY II. PHILIPS.' ship their goods by the way of San nah or 'I. to meet the fate of the Southern Review; 0

bonnet or n handsome shawl with the flutter request him i attend a funeral. lie arri- N. B.-CASH mid for Cotton, Hides,Deer Darien, to Hawkmsville and Maccn ort in the last it may be justly said, that it was nf

of the heart that speaks 'plainer than a ,ved almost b athless, and said to the parson Skins, Tallow, 'urs, Beeswax, Moss Deer shipping Cotton Savannah.. Arrangements fered to fall,when it was not only rearing 61
thousand words the .delight ''it occasions.This "DadBreach ants to come and Horns, &c.Jacksonville. H. hi. P. have been made to forward'otton or us a well merited fame as a literary people

is partly tho 'result of education and a fun al." you Make a prayer up, you fan: 15, 1835. 3tf goods without detention' between Stvan 1 hand but it was also vindicating the Southern hit.

i' habit. The first toy a girl generally Darien.No its from the unjust aspersions ,which h n
gets mean ; but w o's dead ? My little broth- exertion will, be to been
is a dolly and the first thing she learns is tdress o er !" "Inde how old was he ?" He NEW GOODS. or expense pared sO' liberally bestowed' upon us out area;
give the greatest despatch to good )r cotton section of The
country. Southern
it in the most attractive manner. wa'nt no year aura," said ,the urchin, ",he THE Subscriber has for sale the following shipped by this line. culturalist" in An
I These ..infantile idols are kept clothed i it in"L died a lornini !"Norfolk Advertiser. of i lerchandise. of the measure- supplies thi
place Southern Review
rich vestments, and the little worshipper Superior qual'y Blankets from. $4 50 to Agents the above boats i so far as tt
;: gards circumstances
learns the value of such externals by their '. $;)50 per pall; L. BALDWIN & CO! San ah. last.alluded to I If
The "folio !ing speech" says the NewJlnven : serves as a Register not only of methods of
influence, upon herself. To aid this im lIerovas lately, delivered i in A good quali Negro cloth 371-2.c. pr yd. J. GODDARD & Co. Macon., i Husbandry, but also of facts relating to our

pression, the mother, the nurse, and the Church rstree"I 'wish there wan't a Irish Linen frob 50 c to 100. MITCIIEL & COLLINS, Darieni i Slavery. The subjects of the dec!
plaid lie 7 yds. for $1.00, J. E. & B. DXLENO Charfeston. pine
their best endeavors espuns "
governess, use by Dank'in obli on : d-n the things, they 3-4 unbleached lOc the treatment, the characters of on
Homespun yard, Dec. 1834.
making a new sash or a tho per .//1 Slaves, 'are fairly suited to its
pretty cap are the greai st curse that ever was cur- Superior fancy tripes 1834c. pages, nd
most desirablo reward{?, and the resumption tailed upon t ,human race." Silk h'dkfs fror. 50c to $150, LAND constitute'topics as interesting and important
)t of a cost-off frock or a soiled pair of .4.4 unbleach d Shirting 13c I per yard'I by as any which pan, engage either our own H

shoes the most dreaded punishments. As There is rr ch force in the mornlofthisold the piece, or C 3 sCar one.dollar by retail, FOR SALE. feel tention or the attention of those abroad,win.

the child increases in years,the knowledgethat fable:- \ man had the choice of Shirting blea hed from 13c to 25c pr yd, THE Subscriber offers for sale for cat i, or The a legitimate interest in our concern.

superiority in dress is the passport to committing teleost of three offence : Fancy dress nd furniture calicoes from Negroes good acceptan,- to remark subscriber that begs leave,-in conclusion
admiration The 13c to 25c rd the the following tract of fine Live Oak if he had not undertaken h
general 'gains strength. murder, rob ry, or drunkenness. Her per y by piece, amp continue the
girl views it as a means of ensuring'atten chose the lat got drunk, and then committed Sattinetts fro i 871.2c to $125: superfine, mock land on St. Pablo' Creek, bound d as most publication of this Periodical,it,
probably would, have,been either
tion, and the'woman relies upon its assist the ot r two." Superfine clot i $450 per yard, follows, viz :-on the West by Pablo Creek, moved from i It
her the White, and rd flannels ,from '371-2c'to on the North by Winslow Foster's land j 'on our city,' or been suspended
to strengthen
epee power over Whether it will be in his continua'will h
G21.2c yard the East and South by lands of Cor elhfs power ,
other BOX; or increase'her, influence with! 11111 said bullying'urchin to per depend not on
a only the Pecuniary bu
Jones" Bed tickings torn 183-4c to 25c yard Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty-
her. owp. :Dress }is the pivot on which' another 1the next time )I catch you i Musquito netting,good quality $125 per pr three acres. For particulars to the Literary Contributions Southern Tlu

every feminine action must turn. alone I'll flog Jou like any thing. "Well," / ALSO ps. 'I. D.aptly or ters. He confidently now leaves this matte

replied Bill, 1 ohit often much alone, :1 A good as o'entoffancy belt ribbands- JAMES DELL. in their hands,feeling a full assurance tkt
{ ADRIEX' THE l\1A.GICIAl'-'This: adroit commonly have my legs and fists with me." shirt buttons silk-sewing silk-bill; andspool Jacksonville, Jan..22: 4tf there is wanting on the part of'ourFl ntm
; professor of the art of legerdemain, played threa writing paper-superior do.- ,, neither the liberality nor mental energies

'. \ off a trick upon a, barber the otherday, Plenty is but a degree short' of profusion ladies white hose-horn and wood 'combSsilk NOTICE. cessary to.sustain the Southern Agricultural
\ which'greatly disconcerted him. Ho went f and cot umbrellas-and, A. E; MILLER,Publisher.,,
: decent frugality is the' best method on a, good as- indebted 'to the subscriber
persons Charleston
into his, shop to be shaved, and,after the to attain the confidence of wise men. sornment of ALL r by Note or Book account, are requested Persons desirous, S, C; Dec. 1, 1834,
,4 was'over DRCCTThe S AA'D MEDICINES. of subscribing can anpli
operation asked how much he "S ( to settle the same without delay; and to W T. WILLIAMS Savannah &
was to The answer was' a five atpve articles are the best quail !will or at
pay. pen. SUNDAY MORNING NEWS. no crediy be given at my store after the office. 8
ny bit," whereupon Mr. Adrien put into Sunday Morning JVetr has now been cash ty, and willt pe sold. for a small advance, for 10th Ma Ch. 1IARDY' II. PHILIPS; .
THE or produceJackson
the barber's hand, to all appearances a half the public for upwards of three / JOHN W. RICHARD Jacksonville, March 3. lOtf THE BOSTON PEARL AND LITER

dollar. The barber felt the money, but month's, and if any criterion can be drawn vl e Jan. 22. 4tf GAZETTE.-Volume Fount
could not see it, and upon being:asked for from the number of ita patrons and subscribers ORANGE STICKS. Published every week, by

the change replied he did not get the it has met with a flattering acceptance, CADINE: 1' FURNITURE' WARE !will be paid for One Hundred Or- ISAAC C. PJ&Yjun; ,
half dollar." Never mind," said the Magician \ and the principles'' it has been 'guided, by in CASH Sticks, of-various sizes, on delivery The,work will be published weekly,fie

: "!ler another," which lie'caused its management have been approved and HOUSE. at thisloffice, immediately. March 5. number containing eight large quarto jug*
,I also,to disappear from the barber's hand sanctioned. As consequence of its increased JAMES I COOKE, No.-100, Droadway \ -equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of miscil l

in so mysterious a manner, that the latter circulation, its 'advertising friends have Yof, offers for sale every kind andquality' GB\EAT N WORK, laneous and original matter, printed on rapt
t come foward in large numbers ; andaeitmay of S fas-Sideboards-Secretaries- rior white with *
; thought it must' have and after : paper, perfectly new type .
; dropped now be considered fairly afloat,and rising on Book Case Tables of all descriptionsChairs AMERICAN 'M'AGAZINE handsome title and correct index w!j
for it the page
about floor in
r': J looking ho on the tide of public favor, it afford. ah admira of quality-:High post and Of useful pad Entertaining Knowledge,to le'il be furnished, and the work at the end of to
; :' great amazement, could) not tell what" ble vehicle for.the dissemination of such intelligence French Bed ads of Mahogany and Map! lustffUcd ly nsmetour'Ertgraaing,, year, will form an excellently printed volm"
J', had become,of it.u It is in your: pockct, as those engaged in business wishto Hair and M is .MaUr&8seFeather.. Beds- 'BY THt BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY.- of four hundred and sixteen equal tt
'" said Mr. Adrien. This was denied by tho communicate to .their correspondents and Looking Csortment : sses-Carpets-and a full as- three thousand 'duodAcbmo pages
Other,who considered it as 'an imputation customers. f. ery thing necessary to furnish THE s teeny which'has attended the pub The volume will contain twenty-six pages. pine

'. against bit !.Iopeaty"but upon searching, to The number of papers supplied to casual a house. of the best Magazines from the of music for the Piano Forte &c. ,egad
',.; his great amazement he' found both the enquirers, in addition to the regular subscribers April 7., 3w15 English'I ress,has led to preparations for issuing one hundred of common sheet music, ifhic''

=(,', half dollars. ,Not knowing what to make on Sundays very great, and is constantly the a periodical 'more particularly adaptedto could not be purchased separately for fr
wants and
t S of It, and being greatly confused: he said, increasing; which u another proof of SUGA I MILL FOR SALE. lic. While it will taste be of the American pub than five dollars; and the publisher u determined
popular approbation, and a sign of the attrac- GREA BARGAIN is offered in the the object of the pro '
.' "indeed Sir,I did not do it on purpose. A to make the work to procure the simple rather than
\ tive character of its general and miscellane sale of i New Sugar Mill, from West 'I prietprs strictly'what its .complex and difficult.
v our contents r Point Foun y; diameter of Centre Roller, title indicates; it will, nevertheless, containall Although the drp+n
< There are a thousand anecdotes' told o!f articles of interest to publisher places no
Under these favorable circumstances the two feet tw and half inches and its patron., whichappear
< a two outer dancewhatever '
il?' Willard, of the City Hotel, but we we can Sunday New will in foreign Ma aznee. m the support of
Morning proceed ;with redoubled ones, one f t ten 'and one.fourth'inchea-
'; : add another that has,never appeared '.inti.U Extensive rary paper, from its engravings,yet theww1!
confidence'and preparations have been
in entered
with Iron &c also
energy, laboring c gs,'points, as a set of be from *
type.A Jfooshtr from Indiana{ walking to gratify the curiosity, and taste of the pub Kettles fro tha noted Foundry in Scotland, into, both with Artists and Authors] to furnish and presented wood of beautiful occasionally, plates and"copy?
., 1 into the hotel one day, and stepping up to lic, in all the various items of intelligencewhich known by r. e'otthe Carran Foundry, warranted from all parts of the Union, drawingsand ish. Already have workmanship beautiful!

:.,y t' the bar, called for a glass of brandy and form the,staple of a weekly journal.- i and roof as malleable Iron. The capacity illustrations of every subject of interest, engraved portrait of James appeared Fenimore Coo *
\ Willard with his The man of business will be to find which the publishers confidantly believe will !
water. customary suavity sure of tie grind Kettle is three hundred l executed eteel and ,
on chaste vignette
therein the most recent and correct information enable them to issue 'work honorable to its / a
immediately banded him the decanter gallons and' froportioned, or graduated to '
page, engraved
and a tumbler and the gentleman: helped uPon the state' of the foreign and domestic sixty gallons,,being four,to the set; all of title The and acceptable to the American People. Its contents will on be copper.various and .spirited,

Y-"1" w' himself -IIo filled thO'tumblep.ne8rJ r full I markets, the current of business, the arrival which, with ,(coolers, ,Vats, and a Cistern to smarten) Magazine is published there will be a general record of Occam?
L of vessels! and every thingconnectedwith contain'tblxty bg iends of Syrup will be' monthly.irh.hnmber-containing wciwoon '
rt, of"strongyater" with but A small spnnkfd and ces, Statistics; Obituary noticec sttc.
mercantile affairs; the politician will disposed of if Aplied for shortly for at least forty fifty penal octavo pages, at Two :; '
'< of the Manhattan, and emptied the whole DOLLARS ahnum addition tb the Tales,Legends,, ;raaysT.raelting
I meet with a faithful abstract of the ent per payable in advance.
movements twenty-five per below cost. > luster
4r at a draught* Willard lookedaghast, The It comprise -Portraita Literary, Fugitive 'and
of and
parties'with legislative proceedings A line direct d to E. B. COX, on Sidon Biographical Sketehe. makint'elegant
!y. Iloosher forked up his shilling, and Was here, together with details of thepolitical! Plantation, Me tosh County, Georgia, (as Sketches'nguirhedAmerieaas : Views Biography Poetry &c. the lore
astonished when Willard returned h'uif a operations on the continent of Europe, and i Manager,) will > attended to. of 'Public .Bui: lings, Monuments, and im of polite paper literature for the parlor contributions,and for vul

sixpence and three cents change. ; every other quarter of the globe s the lover oi f March 12. 4wll provements; L mdscape scenery-the bound secured from as AID
Hollo You dota varied and diversified will find less variet1.d beauty of some of the most popular
.- stranger go to pretend reading the which, in this rican &uthon.The .
to say, they only.charge three cents a means of gratifying his appetite as copiously TREASTRE RER'S NOTICE. country;win fi nm an unceasing source of f in, work: will be well,and eon
I gloss for liquor, at the City Hotel?" supplied possible; while the admirers of '- struction and Ratification; Engravings and tain as much printed as
matter anysnnf
reading as
: II Now answered Willard, "we retail j itt literature will be sure to discover something SURER'S descriptions ofithe character, habits, ic. of quarto the Unite
t at' a shilling a glass but when ,we sell it at to suit their, tastes, in the choicest extract: Tallahass e, March OFFICE'J with Birds, Beasts, Ishes, and Insects, together States;paper and it now can safely published'and truly be blue

t wholesale we retake a discount!I" from native and foreign periodicals and in BY an act pa red 21st it every sulject connected with the Geo the cheapest journal of the kind. .
contributions of graphy, History, Natural
The Hoosher wilted like a baked popular and approved is provided that all Bonds executed by Artificial resources : Trims Three dollars u th
apple annuffl
[ ,< and evaporated in a cold sweat. writers. The tone preserved throughout,will Auctioneers,shfll be forwarded by the Judge the country,illustrated in a familiarand : paper is firmly established per be paid} ievaace.
be that of popular m nner.
.' scrupulous'morality, so that the of the County ?ourt to the Treasurer of the I Two months to
[NewYork rrunes.I most fastidious shall have nothing to objectto Territory of Flc rida; and thatall Auctioneers Boston Bewick Cro p..y. paid! in advance dollars for' six
on this score-and the wish of the No. 47, Co Street
proprietor shall a each 1
quarterly commencing on Boston
Tux EFFECTS or SCDDKN Jwr,.+The as it has been and will continue to be his the 1st of Jannlry, transmit year to the Treasurer I -::r Editor r ; 1834.,,

I': "S castle of Huttledorf has'recently been disposed duty. well u hi. desire, shall be to unite under oath,takin before some Judge, a copy United Statrs\r\ h01i1rublishthe; forefing
'i .: ;of by lottery. It WM on by a in its columns in well arranged and digested of all sale effected by him, with the amount Prospectus 1 notice the JOHN A. SILLOWAY dab

F; young student at Munich, nan ed Adamlebh'tz. order, aU that is sound and elegant in literature and at what tine and place and for whom Magazine frorrf i time to time,shall be entitled Rtal Estate md .Merckfndize Broker, ,

ri!e i .' ., The Observoteur d Munich amusing in art, instructive in the sciences the same was i tade. Now, all Auctioneersare to the first volume Eztbange-street, JhJmna,Nor. I

tf./ states;that on bearing of. his i access he and necesnary.for a correct appreciation required to lake notice of said law, and Any person remitting the Agenby mail TXTILL attend to the selling and boyy tb

k;4 ran through the streets In,Bud a state of posing events. conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds must post paid, Ten Dollars ghafl of Real Estate, id every part
lead The popularity: ,now enjoyed by this journal, be instituted. r Judges of the Court.lare receive United States People desirous of :
agitation to to the bel if that he ] County copies for one 1ear-and t
._ continued
: will be the best u long lag from to a>w
guarantee for a careful adherence I one of the Union ,
requested I without dela to forward part I
the t
was road.; He bas however overed u is
rt money regularly forwarded. .
to the can infonnatK
ineansby which it was acquired J certified and approved oi[ always receive correct
droperly the Bonds
i. fibore h bU'fortune with a female to A liberal price will be paid for *
young and the patronage hitherto extended towards 1"-'ioneers lot their possession. appropriateand applying at his o iee. He will receivi
vrhom ho>had been .ardently oil iched, bu' it, the most flattering encouragement to a .. CHARLES AUSTIN well written. articles,or drawings, illus for various'kindj of Merchandize, *!1i

could ''.not marry in consequen :e of their! perseverance in the same senile f> .,Treasurer of the Territory of Florida., trative 01-national subjects, -po e suing in at any part of the- Union, Comn J eatio
'f i of fortune. New York terest Subscriptions received at this office. addressed ad
l :, mutual,Want i August. -oJ., + ? "-14 Dee. 25 1834 to hint will-promptly
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