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: April 16, 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)
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C6d' VOL'ME'li! ,' JACKSONVILLE, EAST FL IUDAs! APRIL Is.s' 1835. ; ., '""; ...

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efultab this JACKSONVILLE' JIIIER: and the rcBidtie, at any- time I at the'discre-" themselves besubject to this rule and shall t II
BT find
rDBtllHEp, ; :OBCK A.WIEJC: >av 1 AUTHORity. tion of the President and Directors by giv file or hand over, as the case may be, such rates not may exceed the necessary to construct J

eri.nu t L, CURRIER &' ClO. LA\vs; ing sixty day's notice, previous to a call for certificate. house duties ordinary ware-house\ j
ul I any instalment; by advertisement in three Sec 7. Bo it further, ;: I
enacted: That '
hjdf Sec. 12. Be it further enact
'TJRMI"perl'year, payable yearlyJo OF THE or more .. J. That I in
; newspapers published\ \ this Territory when the books ,of subscrifiions are first I
; ; 12 constructing the said rail road, i '
Jo kdraneeSingle papers ,ce TEklRITOTY OF and shall be
FLORIDA. ,one or morp :at Boston, Massachusetts \ closed, ihe 'commissioners,appointed at )lawful for.the said \ .
(Inserted company by\jsj
arjrIfo Advertisement and contracts Presi
PASSED AT THE THIRTEENTH 8ISSION or at such other place each place in this
or Territory
BEGUN places or any of dent and Directors
made forf yearly advertising, pu (reasonable books .or by its l : q
as have beta prop e ,
,1 ; : AND HELD AT THE CITY f QF TALLAHASSEE may opened j and i if them, shall immediately 'thdreafter, trans or servants, to enter and takkyjjsej.
upon '
terms. ON MONDAY, JANCAR1T 5th, AND any stockholder shall ''fail to pay within mit by mail,and duplicates W succeeding lion of land whatsoever
cu.is; All communications by mall Maybe addressed ten days after the title any whlcvW be
ENDED SATURDAY, FEBRUARYl4th 1835. ; designated, the mail, to the commissioners in Bo.on,1\Jas.. for the
to 'E. Editor if the Courier necessary completion of they rk 'I '
amount such
fu- JOHN H. EATON Governor.GEORGE instalment, the ck upon sachusetts;authenticated\; copies 0 the sub. contemplated this _
in all cases, to be said.of by .1. Provided,,
,postage which the shed '
JUt detinqlency! urs be for- s riptions made at ,their, respect places land shall t .
Sec. no bo. taken from
01 I -' of Territory. f feited to the President aid Directors, to be and if it shall appear that an amo tequai private Inuvviduals \ t .
I,AVERTS FOB THE CQu TR.'e JOHN WARREN, President,of tle Council. dishosed) of, at their disc lion. for the use 19 ono third part of the capital st ck,"has to the' or corporations aforesaid appropriated I i
FLORIDA purposes without bom I
'*i; t.l AagwtMe-John. .Grs. >;''Esq', .P. M. .5n Ad to incorporate the East; Florida Rail of and fluch'benefit'!!tock of the cornpadW-tba:; purchaser *bolts en subscribed 'at' all the places where sation to ,those .owning the same,, and b""I U \ 'I I I''
becoming bjcttothesame
inu'a = .. .. Mood s Were ppened'tIcn the com lssion shall 1 and be lawful for \ h
..tfatdgrF V E".A.. PO' M.. Cpxrpany. conditions hall may ,said eompariv I d
"""et,.- J&411611JU&-" EiEllisEsq.FM.Spring > Sec. I. Be it enacted'"'by" Governor holder and regulations 'tn-jhej.: : original' pra last nanjed, within tc{da)'s there- I in like! manner, to take from' ttfifttad convenient -, N\ "., -t ,
or, the'President and tirec.tors sHer :
ill GrattrT.; to eon f Esq.,P. M. and Legislative Council of the Te of may call a'meeting of*the stcckholdera( to to said rail road;at all::times, Iud,! N V
story for and
>ffst GEORGIA: Florida, That,Tho Penny John BUiney, hue with recover' the amount in arrears, lOOse a'directory by giving thirty days timber, stone o'r other materials n'may \ I!
' | damages. toflce
| I by public advetttsemcn\in( three 1
tSt. Mary'I'- Doolittle, Esq"P..-,M. Samuel S: Lewis, Daniel D. Broa4readAmos'Binney'J ( Seel: 4. Be it further enacted, That bore published; or necessary for the construction' ,,'aid Y :
lis Macon-Edinund'Ausse1L SarartTuiA 3Philbfick:' Esq.,;* ; B.: DanfortH ; J": KeltelleJohn' \ ,' each share purchased nnd held in the stock Ory and 'one Or, more; nt Boson: thuTerri-, Massatlaisetts cd keeping, that nothing repair belonging said rail road to indiv t .Prqid-uals \ 1
in Heiishaw, Georgg Hallet Francis J. >
of the shall .
C "9 be tb 'but until an amount to
company fnutled one ; !qual one shall be taken without -
adequate COli
rsif Oliver, vote
: upon submitted at hird part of the capital stock le aubscrib- he'dctennined mannVberoinaftcr
any sation.to In the
)f KINDRED. ',.. -; HEARTS.) : \Y* Cartvvright; James C.-Durm, Jonas L. \legally convened, meeting the company, ?d;the commissioners, at Bostoi* as ,afore- provided. 'i( -
or r ,'j i B.Y,'MRS.'HE4AP3. L.Sibley M. Mark flealey,L.'Edmund Monroe, .1 hick; vote may be 'exercised either personally 'd'shall' act as a directory for; the man.. Sec. 13. Be it further enacts!, That. ;
, Oh!'ask' thou' too'xnuch Parker Joseph) Smith and A. M. or by proxy ; and every stdck'hold- igement of the concerns of ths I'
e, not,:hope, not ; r : corp ra- whenever! it shall become nccesary for the \
h. Of sympathv"'below Frink, and, their associated be.' and'thevare er, r0t in_arrears, shall.. 14 eiigibleto'bechosen ; '' ion an v three of whom_ man___ foam A hnardhoosing said take posscssionbf I
.,j- hereby incorporated by the name\ and I --- '8 Few are. the h 'arts'wbtliee'one same touch. style of-the East'Florida Rail Road Com- shall be a in Director; out no ftoekholder who their own chairman, aid appoint- or use any l land, tirul Il1r, stone,of r;
iUJ'Cal1shall vote be i or removing and '
or eligi ng agents, making such other.materials,owned ate individ
jI Bids the sweet fountain" flow' ; pany, and by that name; all "ho'shall hers ble to office, receive any dividend while tgulations as they shall decin"expedient, uals or corporations, for by thoroute' pn or site of* \ 'l I'' J

18 Few-and by'still l conflicting powersForbidden'be'r ? come subscrib' fofstO<'k'aud membersof he shall so continue-A' hajorlty of votes ind supplying}) vacancies in tlielrowu! body, said rail road or works, 0 or constructing 'I
'tO t.L' said com pa!ytheir; heirs, successors or shall! ,determine all o and' elections.Sec. i/deaili; absence refusal
r 1e quest s or to J act; and or keeping in repair, the imc, orony, part t
shall I pe in law
,P' Such ties would make .this life' of ours assigns capable. to pur- 5. Be it further evicted, That this hey are hereby enjoined and required to thereof, aud the parties not agree on the ,
r Too fair for:aught and chose their, receive :retain and:"enjoy; to them corporation shall be gove ned by, twenty itipply all such vacancies, ,without delay, value'of said land, sto or' materials asipropriated ''Ii
l heirs/euccessprs, or assigns, any. Directors who shall be elected I y the stoc hut the business'of this compiny ha 1191lindered rna? be eb taken and J it shall.
teneWrite \1
,,lands, goqds, chattels and effects holders at the first 'or, impeded ; and tiny, sll so be the President \ I
r 'It may be that f, ,, organizition'of f the com- and may lawftil fc and },
sq. of what kind '
! : soever ncWssury to car pany-.they choosing a President from cntinue) to act, as a provisional directory Directors of said their
Sees not'ai thine ny proper .
t ,' ry on.tbe concerns of the company, and their own body'at their fist meeting; and itil, the said amount of one tUrd part .of agents, oh giving ten rya 'ce; at )easy I Ithe I
. In such and ,
: deep skyt making maintaining Mid road ; and the ha capital stock be subscribed when in i'I'i'
directory, so elected' shall meet and be they writing to mrtyowWg| the same,
i r Where the rich' eunset burns f the same ,lo'grant, sell,-mortgage and dis- qualified for office by tnk nlI and subscribing eta 1 (proceed to call a, meeting of stock- or to his, her or ,tn/ir agent, that spplicat

iIt may b&'that the breath of Spring. I pose 'Of; tt sue arid be sued, plead'and be each an oath or affirnation in writing, lid en; in manner, and for the purposes,' tion will be made p the judge of the supe I ,
; Borne amidst violets lone;/v" impleaded, to make a common seal, and at administered by some competent authority, y( before directed .in,this ICct n. rior or county roam for a writ of ad quod,
pleasure to break or alter,tho same ; to or- ee. 8. Be it further,cnaftixl That tlioBtx I
A o'er to discharge faithfullythe duties of bis of. damnu'm"whicbehaU be granted, and directed I
, nul can
rapture thy. : bring t dain, establish, add Put in execution, suchbylaws' k of said .
- lice ;; and the;same: shall| be i filed by the corporation be transfere to tbo'&teriff to summon five die.intorcetedrperpone .
A dream to his unknown.J t mutt regulations as may, lie deemed. Secretary ; and I the. directory, ,to. formed, and assignable under such rules and householders,of lawful) ;i:
tun'., tkecessar/ and expedient/ for the government shall continue, in office until the first Monday filiations, and subject to such restrictions age to meet and' value said property ono
l The .that:speaks of other times- of said corporation, not- being con; in February ensuing, and bo that day it conditions as. the board of,.directorsnit' ; administered by any justice of the ..
. A sorrowful deligh,!, trary to the constitution or I laws ,of the and 'annll 1I1'thereafter, sixty flays previous from,time tp time,ca bjkili,' and that peace, 'wliMO duty it shall be to attend!-la
r The melody distant climes, United, States or taws of'this Territory.: notice being given by the President or tb same' shall I be,doomed peuonalkprop- person said inquest t"l.nel receive their report -

t The, sound! of waves, by night;; 'Sec. 2..Bo. it further enacted, That the his order, by public .dvertilem Dt'i 'man- er .'\ ; the amount thus fixed upon by said I
, .The,_wind, that with.glnany.4! tone, ., capital stock .of this company} shall :not ner as described in section '3,'(there shall 1 1 sec, 0. Be it further enacted, That tho valuation, the said officer shall receive! /from
amount'to'more'than five hundred thousand be ,a i company have the right and the ) ond ; ,I, JII .
. ,Some chord. within caxU1rill- ; elected twenty Directors, wlo shall en- privilegeto said rclid"nt", h1.ttoJlt t' It! .(,, : ,.....i '
dollars to"-be'divid d iDto'sha'rea'of onetruct rail road of I"
a one or ,
; ter upon office under:the sam; provisions more properafent, a'' ,i ,
-LTJ>a' .iny,h.Y Ungwig jail thine own one hundred dollars'each] boob of aubscriptiott n 'Florida
; as at the first election,and in: ko manner ko'tlitougli'the""Territo John's personor persoi dak: \ l' ,"
To him a mystery still. for which, shall he opened on the elect their President ; and tlo President tf n:any point on the St. river'or 10 take an acacquii air 1. ';J t\1' .

; first,day.of May next, at Boston,Mass, un. and Directors for the time l+lig shall be tributaries,, or south ,and east of said Oh this tender of tbe'sum awn ed to.tbq ': I J;
Yet: scorn thou not! for this, the,true der the superintendence of muel 8.Lewi competent to make, alter and:; amend .all to the Gulf of Mexico, or waters cm- ;party entitled to receive it, or to hi.6r her, j4.A

And steadfast love of years; ?, John Ilenshaw, David Ilenshaw, by-laws, rules and regulati na'for the government -. ijr therein ; to connect, by this means or their agent; or attorney, it shall be law ) "
The kindly, that from childhood grew, J. B. Dunforth and Stephen White-at St. of this corporation, suhject to te- waters, of the Atlantic Ocean 'with ful for said company,' or their'' Presidentand
3Tie('faithful! to thy tears'J. Augustine, under the superintendence of vision by the stockholders in p leral meet tlJ08e'oCthe. Gulf of Mexico, together ,with Directors\ their agent, to enter upon 'J
If there be one that o'er the dead Benjamin 'A. Putnam, Charles Downing ing, and to create and fill all necessary of- alto, right and privilege to own steam boats and take possession of\ and use, any such ?,! :
Peter B. Dumas, Joseph S. San- fices, make all appointments and removals, .I and,,vessels, and piers, wharves and docks, land, timber, stone ,and other materials} .I' ,r
Hath in thy. grief- borne part', chez and John M. Hanson,-at Tallahassee I and inannpn the entire affair nF thin col,. ,I and no charter, shall be granted by the Legislature but all the expenses and costs incurred.by I r)'
And watch'd through sickness by thy bed- under the superintendence of Jame pony-minutes of theirptocrebinge- i bel gregolarly r ;of.Florida, conflicting with the writ of ad quod damnum shall be paid '

Call Just a kindred heart! Gadsden, Ben. Chaires, John G. Gamble., )recorded: and held subject( to t%ie ,rights and privileges hereby granted! Pro- by the President, and Directors of said
Wm. B. Nuttall, and Abram Bellamya'Apalachicola examination, of the stockholijers durii ,g r 'vuled, {that nothing ,herein contained mall company t; ..Provided'theappraisers shall I
BQt'f those bonds all perfect made under the superintendenceof I office hours. Not less,than nine membcts I be construed so as to warrant this company .. not no allowed more than three dollars)

Wherein i :bright spirits blend, E.; J. Wood, Thomaa Penney E.., J. of any directory, at its first meeting, subsequent to ,interfere with the route of the each per day while engaged In 'lUch :du? '
,Like sister flowers of one sweet shade, Hardin, G. J, Floyd and Wm. G. Porter-' to their election, shall ,he competent "Florida Peninsula and, Jacksonville! Rail ties| Provided, that if any person or per.
With*the same breeze that bend at Jacksonville, under the superintendenceof to choose President ; .but at all other r R ad ; ,but' the company may' with the sons shall purchase appropriate i any of
For that fiilf James Dell Joseph B. Lancaster, I.' D meetings five members shall constituteaouorum consent of the Florida Peninsula and the public lands over winch. the nil road .
iss of thought allied, Hart Stephen Eddy, E. Williams, M. K.' and the first meeting of any new Jacksonville Roil Rood Company" connect shall paM, after tbe same shall have been 1

Never mortals given Pinckston, !;land John \V.,Richard-nt Marianna directory, including the first shall alwayiibe their road\ with Jacksonville, fa this.Ter. surveyed or located, then and In that,cue
Oh J lay,thy.lovely dreams aside under the superintendence of Peter held within five days after their election. rftory} or adopt,the.route secured to that tho said company stall not be :required fc> .

i Or lift them: unto heaven. W. Gautier,jr. Duke W. Horn, Jacob I It )js provided ,however, that if from any r arnpany by their charter, or make any make compensation for any of the ,said I.. '
*"'- Robinson, Tpomas Omian and Richard L. cause whatever'there should, at any time, her compact or arrangement with that lands, timber,, stones or other materials, :
DRESS OF Mmo.-On Sunday morning, VVatron,-and at Pensacola;, under the superintendence be no'' election' of Directors, the corpora: ampany which mays mutually agreed which it might be;necessary to*take. from
before: going to chureb, what a'dressing 6f Joseph Licare, Edward tion shall not; for that canal be 'dissolved I) pom the same for the use of said road. d
there is among all clusse ,'and what a stir 1,. Drake, John Campbell, Charles C. Key but the directors then in office shall continue Bee. 10. Be it further enacted That the Sec. 14. Be it l further enacted, That all ..
to appear gay and pleasing? It is quite; seri and _G. W. Barkley, commissioners in office, and have power over all I aid company are empowered to make la- property so assessed< sufficient for the great purpose of our existence under'thiti'Acthii'Act, any three of whom, at the concerns of the company, until a new directory rat or branch roads from the main one, and Directors 0 ,, company,.. '
to wash the outside of the 'platter. places designated, shall be competent to shall beQualified for office ; and i in I > any point or points in tbe Territory o f or tits, donation the provisions- t '
Curls may be arranged- tortoise shell receive subscriptions for'stock ; Provided, any case where delay may arise in the formation lends' where it; may be deemed impormt I of this, act and all made, to add !

combs fixed, sparkling ear rings bung, that the persons named in Sec., 1., of this of a new board(, after any election to extend such facilities Provided for,the same, sliajl) forever afterwards belong i:
splendid garments'displayed,and yet per Act, and their associates, shall have the the old directory shall continuethey act un a)(i at the same shall not interfere with any $to, and become the property1 of said
haps the gay fair one's mmd may, be poisoned right and privilege to subscribe for, and are legally & officially su; (tee for which charters have been alrea- company, .their heirs, successors, or assigns :
with conceit, troubled with rivalry, own, by: precedence,two thirds of the cap if any vacancy shall occur 't! granted ; but in such eventthe parties in fee simple, In porportk to 'the, : '
and l kept .the torture by, ignorance and ital l stock as aforesaid, at their discretion. removal or death, it shall be// compromise and agree upon any niuthl shares owned respectively., } J
vanity, Windsor aoaploee; not "wash out And the books shall be kept open for thirty the President'and' Directors i iJ ,, grounds of accommodation.Bee. Sec.; 15 Be It further enacted, That r t

the stains of the heart. Cologne ,.watercannot days, at the expiration of which time, they quorum of the same, .to, fill Bee. 11. Belt further enacted, That the any stockholders of said company. -may end
throw a'fragrance over an' impure Ahall be closed, and if after the above subscription : caner from the body of tb*'t id company 1)7111 President and Direo1 shall have a right. to dispose p( arid transfer
mind, nor will all tbe"rubies of Golcpnda of two thirds,:it shall appear that Sec a Be. it further rs shall have power to purchase with the his, her, or their interest in the anw,or.
dazzle the recording angel into a forgetful- the remaining subscriptions'taken up have when the directory, firsfcb, kh te inds of the company and to place on said any part ;hereof; to any other person or .

4ess of filling up the leaves of ,th@ book of caused the whole subscription to 'exceed I provisions of the f>recee
  • /i,.' i t fil road, all machines wagons, vehicles, I persons or any corporation, which said j j
    tttrjbution. fiVe hundred thousand dollars, the :excess have entered upon office tW 'ion. e carriages and teams of any dcscrlp- transfer shall not be binding, unless enter
    shall be deducted from such remaining ers appointed as hereav rp venal 1" whatsoever which they may' deem ed on the books of the company r Pnx

    Cots Hiico. AT 'A MARK.--Two ,young subscriptions, pro rata. If on the contrary, directory' shall forthwith I Ip the P; per and necessary for the purposes( of vided, That nothing ip this act shall be so '
    tilde, speaking of the sad effects of the it shall appear that a less amount than five said directory, or their fltdlefrh fall boob I .jportation All such machines, "hooping'ug1, of which both were but hundred thousand dollars has been subscribed and papers in their cr .,__ t render .. on cars, 'carriages and teams, said company from u.iD.he property and'dividends !
    ccently recovered, one said how her it shall be .competent fur such and settle their aceo ture, all I the works constructed ,under the that may be declared upon said .
    whole ,frame ,was affected, and that the commissioners as are hereinafter constituted and thereupon their fun -ceasesiettc' out ity of this act, and al|! profits which stock to his, her or their individual pur.poses. .
    Wood bad run out of her eyes and ears at a provisional directory,or the Presidentand j and shall devolve upon 1IteC1 1 shal\\accrue from the same shall be verted ,
    the J same time."-"That observed the Directors of said company to cause by the board of directorauthority ...& have in til > respective sherebolfene of the corn- Bee. 10. Be it further enacted,That the ; 4

    other, "was nothing to:what 1 :felt, for 1 books to be opened from time to time, ,at to keep open the i pf tubprovided- panand forever, in proportion to their shares, President and Directors of said company .
    I tngktd one of my shoulders wl of joint." any ,places they may appoint, ,and under scription for stock as else | tie same shall) I be exempt from' anypuLl' shall have a right .to demand and receive 4
    the superintendence of such agency as and it shall be incumbent eornmwcause charge or tax .whatever; and they such prices and sums for .transporting by .
    What a 'capital fellow: you'd :make to they may choose until tbe subscription be sionera, in this Territory,. ( tbe arolxteby autborizeoV- 'those points jn, their own means ind carriages en said railroad ..
    pick cherries I I'l- said} vrg to a man whose filled, or until so much be subscribed ,as amounts received, by them nbscriptbe tbe liirf! f their rail road, where it may passengers, produce, goods and all.....
    PfwoBCMj' ; ,was shaped po*netlung like a par they shall deem necessary for the prosecution tions of stock -to be depoei i near- appeal to them important for the 'accoio-:: other articles whatsoever, M may be from '' '
    + bilL Mid tbe other. iBe- of' the work : Provided, however, eat solvent and creditable lank"ly la to rnodatkxi'and N lulls of the road! tues time to time authorised by the by.Jaws of

    cause YOU touLJhoolt your ee oa a limb, ,that tb* capital; stock may be increased to after the closing of tbe : -,I and to taWiah ltpot.l aid ware-house, *, or'luiyid said President and Directors for said com-
    IDd lkk "i hb both hands"' "r"; 'one million and a half of dollars, if tbe obtain a certificate from the or other n easory and convenient bou.anabuildio paoyt r Provided, That such prices) .Dd' .
    ;'" I company shall hereafter deem it necessary. bank, (which may be .dupli! y dat the to be used by th ni"for ail per- J urns shall not, at any tim be I increased%,. r
    T *, an Q ,of WHTHIV- time see. it Be it further enacted, That amount is held at the ritwif' JW' II EatFlorida poses o be said road or to be disposed#of Without,'at leafy, thirty days notice to atwb i ,
    t.person, who wished to say he thought there'shall bo'paid upon each share of the J Rail Roid! CQnykh err. by then when it may be' necceaary') shad j lie print or,prints in the Territory{pod thai ysaidcompany '

    e ea&eR.,was very.foJuSwuf, declared stock, five dollars at the time of subscribing ificate shall be tr'5Drtnitt4d IQ 4iredorJ to char and receive" fyf, &be tiorssr*:ofandiza ,I stall continue ***JJJTeJMftsfert ] r
    IfW tenor he thou I ht ft was M tkbrout and five dollars within, at least, six: << the provisional directory t ca 8 nisi tsA other artkkf,'" sauh pl ea stud sums forte ) '

    *.,. o 4 ,1 'VIiAiu4.. months after the first closing of r the books, may be, which prorwond. J,, bill: such houses or other WW1np, ,a I III eC i, produce, foods. vt|'Tv.y JU'-A. /

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    other articles \ /er. as mayjlxj pre- message, 'the flucstion forFfancewillseparated of$800. From data yod can;casilvperceive think MtaRATtoN.-Ilow,4may that r lever" people
    yt scribed by the I sOf
    long as the sn'd' hitso kept irtopeni rCtuiered it difficult i of solution, and will'I are quite as we! compensated (for their .. :> Iheilthe' : ; ,id :' lays" ,: .."t log* house-a' wooden .
    tion. ) :S p'.1nj become reduced<< to a point whether a debt; boo labors ns that rof her :sister univ tsitie& THURSDAY APRIL10. chianey'Vhog, and ,hominy-forests of
    rgsponsible nl UY' vuiilii uB wh ivu aid fag, ors;'admitting the affirmative; "';beth The discipline'wbiih.is kept tip is efficient ,_ trees- teah_ r.a.ttlef'and', no' reward, for
    'f produce, ds and)article, of whatsover, it "be pr,be not ejtag rated. ''The* comit and salutaryj; .Eacf 4 member of the faculty I They vtr"think\that '' labor.
    kind re civi-ln transporting the same conduct of tho Amencan Senate ought r has his room assigted him,, in' the college The Tallahassee Floridian of'the 4th rust; the tiiere'ie! .It bright side

    .o.sa' rnel r. .id, saving i and! excepting} to induce. the Chamber,to yieldjtpo: eas buildings, where it is made his duty to be says,.'<,co ,White has left WashuigtonnfoLJ 10 JGP tu" The man who"raises his ne.
    ,' s I "sucTi'uanriagbavoidable. hiiri'aiiicaused by tin-" to"tilenerous\ clauses 6T the treaty. : r during college5 u'Sa"role-which is rigidly Florida ., and? may be expected to arrive in cess'ary prop's, stays aTlFme: "fro"m'eHticnff!

    'b acc',lent, 'or which shall be a tho honor of Fmn imposes nRoblignti :ito observed on; the part of the govern Pensacola' bout this time." allureme-keeps a little!library of useful

    ''proper rialcoWnsuranco; and all produce, pay what is legally due, the same hon ment. Hehas a particular portion of the In the observe a communi- knnoowled e.-who gathersphis friends, ids
    ;igooda )and trticlca,,, of"whatsoever"kind, I makes it imperative| not to subscribe to u students under his immediate charge whom stone paper we chTiaren.JiTs'neighbor around: a
    transported ; conveyed.on said rail road founded pretensions, and, tint to submit t ho.is required to visit at their own rooms, at cation Sig 'ed by ,Ma}.. Wyatt, in "hich he woodwho Wes fire of light
    ":"shall be lialjb for said'-transportatioh!'' .rind the financial.idlimalum of a'foreign.cpu" '. least;!orceecieh, day"and 9ftener if he deems says, "every newspaper in the:Territory is aid nothing at- tlifs'I'lore' i ia
    mav'b6'duwuicd' tintil the satne'' be'paid! try." requisite.: Th'ese" visits, I am" assured, are opposed to Tie':"j Now so far, as the Courier town, does not wish to''borrow money,

    and disch ged r, and if the) 'same'' be not The Courier,Francais, (AtitilJinlsterir i never dispensed anti they are 'nrn- is concerned, the fact is not so. As conductors I is indeed Nabob 4 Theyjna: .talklof carpets -

    paid,.nd f' sitcli.goq'ddliro duc ,and arti- lo'l\[Clay's; 'report '.81i 'tbo, ,di ,ductive'of the in resultsjn! re-, of a iu lie i** we putlish for aU and,iaraask,,curtains"of:massive plate,
    press par-
    ti ( fig n hi' ossession of'the position the A mcrican Sena gird to the. ith' this IS an ar-' '
    c1e i company eyiiwd ,by, : ? our'I private c 'aces, and servants in
    We with livery
    ties. : n I lasts complied Major but
    the I and
    for ate of twenty days they Wiall observes"Thus then tlig menaces : rangement with am delighted, it amounts to
    l i 'tiold 'at.'BCSO bloc'suetioand? 'aftcr the exiien-! : 'Jacksbn'are'.reduced to tho :expression' (I Cannot fprbeiir' : ,in my'egret that Wyatt's request, and gave' extracts.from his of nothing. Wherever, the heart
    i nSportatlon'storageil' nncl'aucttooc1i an, individual opinion, which' hhoilghv'ould sohio'.measure simi ar to this is not adopted circular--and were our columns not already a man cbnters he happiest.. It may be

    r- s shall bb'paid; the remainder' shall \ have'become a 'serioqs"oflence by: evcry'umversit'riot in'our land.: I could full, we shJ< uld/in'lhis'paper,notice! thV: Circulars in a new wnship'where' ,the wild} game

    1 iandbd 'to stic 'person; persbni 'or a ir= France, if the American,,Ttepre6cctativ\[ but contrast tjj is:\vith my own'college .of Col's. .Gadsden .arid_ White, 'They fields l :hini otausement. ,anii support. The deer
    ', i r.-ition, brtheir'ageits| \\ ",who 'shall be fcn- had, adopted either Its, {ii idt or,Jts ,tern 'recollections,'for,il ''my memory does not shall receive our attention.The :. may feed crib! of.. his, stock" -'but he
    r led to receipethesamet: Pivvldedthet ceases p'be importance when the Ho mislead hie,. np: n 1.mber' ofthefacultyofrny1Umk : : ,' heeds not iri"the and
    ,hen' tie,the tolls 'u p'oh' said road 'ishall sea ofjssenibly have done justice to it. ,mlzler,\vhb'the exception'of two candidates. in the field are- sunrise is refresh-
    t eve paid thofstockholders the full amount' from this fact that bur"Mmistry\ h .i instances put head wi i 1.my JbSIPIf: ''l\ .-WHITZ,' I I I.WIurA.M I. ing, when ue''' of honest indl1l.t.V, .:...
    ., u . results ,ever .his, ,! ------/
    ;. I, 1.or its cost,' together With 'oil.expenses,;toe acted with precipitation and inexcusabb door during m/whole college me, ana, B.:NUTTALL, '; ', \,', overcome: by a,,street repose. '
    t1 ";'\"*.1 m bantfhairiberi pay two 'per centum levity| in recalling) oUf..PJcnipotenti"i" tho1 one of tbfi\i visits teas 'on business, I \VJIi.i,: WyATT, There is pot re ajlly\ much difference in the
    , I ,qv /1. n Allfittiover 1 ten m?' centum Into'the the United States., This measure waitintended ) bdieVOItvaldmore Jiighly'.faVored in,/this / JAMES GADSDENf' r .. people' of a'';cit f'or .town a ;thick-settled

    jsury'off' his'Territory.? i :asian ac/of reprisals, .buVvils rcspeOf than' most'of: my college'.associates.: : State,-'or a ,sparse settled Territory Human
    r !ec. If. 'Be it further enacted,That the merely a stratagem for passing the bijl|f, 'Th 'college has been forced to' struggle ; '
    i is
    nature human nature
    t rail rpad! ,?ompany shall, ''at all times, 25 miUibns. TheChamberhasacted wit with tinny: difficulties arising from they ig- V Veg/tation tapidlj dvancing-rwe have still: It is not chang.ed .

    f :Ira k the jekclusive right of transporting or lyin'1tibth 'rrying: a deliberation, ,\vtJic f noranceand'prejudice: of the ,community! been/su1Tring for,, raJand! !;: the, ..favorableshowers by removal front place to place: -it will
    con trig p'cWons, gocxlsj:projuce:or Ilni.'des opened unc ;r impressionof fear.or'Ariar in 'former'' years. But ''thcs 'difficulties which Providence has this, week afforded still be human nature. :I'herewiUbe'friende?

    any.description'. ''on sslil;rail road 'to would hay< nnting in calnjness a?I haVe pass +d 'n\10y. 'The cloud which solyhg us','wer* 'indeed reviving. A,severe andenenneg pretty girls whoa; fond of gay
    be by em'ic H8tr 'ctell;; While' the(;may dignity; hi : lioJ-tJ{ t. the question' is'd; ) shrouded i the infant college in almost; drought is.more'' felt here than coquetry-old matrons ready.to give good ad-
    sep; ;, itV. ,cxercisQ: iuch!, 'exclusive i 'right, : enKJgj.lfr; tn foreign matter,'the Chaw total 'darkness'aaaj'been i dispelled by the sensibly, j' at vi'ce-busiI me'ri""eag-er'
    4 TrovideX 'that if the'' said company shall will; 'Bcrupi Ipiisly and, /equitably? exami i iflusiori of knowledge and general ntel1i/ the North. But st.liI.'garden fruits: and vegetables for/profit-speculators
    think'proW' they-maV! rent' or ''farni, 'out the> docua ihts m support of the clainL, gence. :Prejudcb: has given place to'moro appear'' well. Our.'path, through the watching,forprey-gamblers pretending .

    1 :pll auch'e: usiye privilegd to'any' person; rejecting r. ilysuch. as' arc''unfoundedExaggerate' enlightened, viefs acid amore liberal} iJoIiby. forest,:is: 'scattered ;with .wild!,.dowers-the, want'of employment-horse,jockies) ,with

    *r 'or, persons,V Corporation, for'such' term .. ; I .' 'And'brigl er, fairer'pr 'spects| ', .have Magnolia,,,is putting forth--those, :,beautiful horses for"sale ".,not'over' five :years !old1'iaWyers'ever ;-
    ;11 maybe tlg\ped bn', subject io( the, same dawned upon tle'lnstftution. Many of then'ost shade and willing: -to'prexeni? l litigation"-
    treed the "Pride
    I resp'onsibilitiey for' whifili the 'company [From"t' Correspondent, of the Portia j gifted! aadmost'distingl ihs d sons of > "> of dogmatical'and
    't herein nteoncdsh'all'still'bgheld' -Courier.] // I' 't' -: .1" Georgia are'l amoiig'her alumni. A, large India, bound for damajes to individuals'':ior 'cor- J THESS, ''Ga. January 01835.;: number ofthbsewho have been 'most emi- ns a:comfortable 'sh lte 'from the:heat tors complaining pf'awful healthy. times,"
    G? porationa'iyhlch Y'accrue ,redsbrf' MR. 'SMIT nent"atttbo bar::'4 n the sacred desk, in the of the su.n.I. 'The highest ;derree of heat' by. and Editors. of want' .. of. hev, .,s...-

    pn1of'tho'protislinsof,: ) this: ,act: .*'si ofl Deta-Sirr-In,, my last' mention I Councils 'of our sate: and iri the halls' of o'l( rnometer' the last wiek' :was 87? '
    ;; 'Seel 18 Bo itlirthcr enactedThat'if some-ef: tl 5 causes which are cqmbirii ; daim Franklin for their i / .- "-I .r I From the New.Orleans'Bulle'tin
    Qpngress college .
    1 mike ; At the,.hours,of extreme hea\\ tone must ,be, we learn
    any person :.shall.mrudo said rail to tl 3 a place' of importance ::1 "
    upon Alma Mater. She' : the1 favor
    > now 'enjoys; that there 1
    road the enumerate omit very carefiil-:b'ut there are. reezes: I which 1 Steam -Boats to
    ,or 'of or upon the rightsor"privilp r'these must 'not o i and the confidence ofthe public;which is
    8nyl ncctM 1 therewith; withoutthe which has i one more for Athens than;i .1 I I manifest tom tl a. fact that she: now receives blow regularly," and. conduce t
    ' J> br conVnry! ,to the will or other cause i combhied mean its ITn 1I larger er ire of patronage than at iealJi.;J \k .- and runl | ugU8tine. to !Javanna-;
    said company nil the Vehicles l animals, of I,versi t}'.' It is this'which'gives Athens- any forme period.. She, numbers at' the from which Jattet place,their will be a regular

    u locomotive liower'or'otVer article,. whichtnay importance which has rendered it d mo' i present tin e, a h ndred and I ten students, ,One of the greatest evils in "society'is gossiping commnnicatioh; : by.the.Steamer:i Connecticutto

    ,sbTntrusively introduced;'may beseized desirable place of'rcsFdehce' which? .l 5 and as theio is u ally a large,accession at :-the prying into other peoples business New Orleans Thi. wUl. make pleasant
    s !by the' ompany, "or its'/agents' or given to it:iitre of liternry f taste, f the Comm cern.t twof' January term, it is =knowing, 'more' than any 'body, elseslandering and expeditious route .of travelling Steamboats
    *' by
    I I ceeovercd"bp'euf 'lawjVnd refinement than be in .
    at ,, can foupd oth 'J
    ; moreover any r expected t at.thldnumoor'i.wdl'!' be \
    .J sq the person or, 'persons '89 'ending; shall place off quhJ size in Georgia. ,This i ; increased h a 'few days, 'so that the greatly'students .oneneighbo) for the_sails of pleasing from New,Y9rkto; ; ,the southern cities-

    be liable to bb.indicted for tfnijsdemeanor, stitution/is of:immense importance i! e of,the present year will out'number another-being over-wise, ;and\trying to. *the" West. Indies and New ,Orleans. The

    and upon conviction) fined I ami imprison=' State rodeo i value is inestimable, on those of any previous year. display a power fore-knowing.,things thai whole distance;it *is stated,' "*will' be performed -

    ed by' sentence of the Superior Court of sidered tnerfljpp having'" bearing'up< I In conclusion I cannot forbear remarking never occur..' For: instance, it''is 'said'that in eight or nine das."

    the district In''wbich'' the offence. may be the permanency of our 'free institutioJ that 1 am Exceedingly pleased with the Miss, A.. behaved in' such n'mnnna' ... _itt_ the..._ ,
    appearance -- --- - ----
    ,i 1 committed_ __".__,. j__u and_._,. if., any. person. shall'artful-' It has done much to disseminate i knowlc]6 or| things at franklin, and that I levee, that Mr..B.had thought! proper to with. A man.by the name of Andrew Dewese,
    1 -to raise the
    standard of
    ry v4-u.u"wuuoiy. pesrroy, or, in any manner education 0 feel an increased interest awakened in
    - ,, 'hurt' "' eradicate error;and regard draw ,hia attentions., The friends, of course, aged about 19 ,'.wail knocked overboardon
    i O .i orb.injure.. ,. or' obStruct, 'or ignorance, and:pre to every thing relating to this institu- years
    y cause ondns.y dice! { .to' render'the community.more i' J tion:-.an' i &\qtion''' which iiI destined to are to be.. represented as veT indignant-pis-, the evening the'30th ult. from'the brig I

    '' !' .t1., I other person telligent ; ,to,cultivate taste ,for literati 6 exert a mig tt influence in1' forming the tois and dirks fife talked of-r-the,seconds lave, Iko, Capt.Wiatonon: her p"aro.g.froui..wYork -
    "t or 'icons to dl trdy;,'or in- ,any"Way1: to and science, 'and, intellectual 'pursuitS; moral and i injallectual character of the ris made ICarrl1rgemenu"-the lady love swoons, to this place. We are 1 I'ormed by,the
    hurt;ll1mnge.; injure or Obstruct said' rail raise, tile tone of morals and
    ing genera ti at K. and is going into fits,which will certainly be that it
    Captain was dark and
    road, 'or'any part thereof or any edifice, I diffuse that "knowledge' which is profit!_ ,:very ,squally
    -,.t .r vehicle right or
    act,-and constructed for use under autliorij4v Frnnk'in' 'coIMge;so called} from our dtinguished'eountryman [jolly husband,out in the country,,by the after all,appear; ,that. ,a'gayielledanced" twice unsuccessful/, His father- resides, at Pabloon
    thereof"'',Iuch'.per on 'or1' persons,, so:of- ,the 'great philosq names of Tia, Weston, Joe Brown, aid in succession with her brother, while her 'the/St. Johns. liewas; Considered' promising .

    fending, shall be liable to be indicted, and pher or that name, was endowed'as"ear ';\Valkerj 1 sat late >evening drinkinga lover, gazed upon,'her,and 'admired" her: gra, young mini: .a

    'conviction thereof) shall be' imprisonednot as 1788'by the Legislature which giant: .village fern, until being, pretty wellc ces. Oh it is very distressing! Another
    more than six noj, less than one month:: 30,009( acres of land forthis purpose. 'Thj : rued, thejj agreed that:each one, on re- subject'is 'the pecuniary business of' A friend at the-North has polite):f favoredone
    tndpay'is: fine f 10rexccelJi' gi fhe hundred{ land:was subsequently sold, and $100,00 ti fling hor el should do the first thing his neighbors of our firm with a of th e little volume I.I I.
    dollars nor loss than_\wehty-five"lollarsl: at were vested in bank'' stock for the use\ t fife told hmin) default of which he should, Mr. C.'hae bought ,lit Schooner"; andChartered copy *
    1 the discretion [Jof the. court, ,before which the college. Whenever this' has I fallen]t t e next morning' pay the bill. They then a',Brig for Eur .-He Will{ lose I ,recently published in Boston, entitled,

    i, 1 euoh':conviction'6hu.ll! } .1 b bo had,and shall 'be yield eight per cent per annum; ;the deficiency parated fog th.uig, i engaging to meet the, cost" of. ,his;cotton. -his,'oranges ;will. be Six Months in a Convent.!" The.disclo"
    i; ftirther liable to pay;all expenses'of" repair. has been 'supplied from 'the stat .nun the next morning and give an honest spoiled-:his sugar will" melt'away; -;how'imprudent surer and 'statements'contained m it,,have

    ing the same-The only' one I half.of all the treasury. The college buildings are Inrieand' i ccoubt of, their i I'roceedings.a home,. sorelated he.wasto meddle in' ,uch'tbusinesSwhen' ) excited much 'interest' arid we, _shall" notice

    flues under this act lha1rb paid to tho in, 'commodious 5 C' the', two 'containing ill pe they' 'l "to, the' payment! ,of the he owed Mr.; D. for the'' necessariel of the pub1ic tlon",8 'soon as our' columns? 'will
    I former,'and the: other half to the use of the rooms for the 'students' 'e J20: feet' long ., : .
    Territory., and '45 wide, thene'tbree' the other !The next morning, ,Walker and Brown I 'life and, he has never paid forTus t horse and:I permit.: i __ ".

    ,' SecVlD Belt f further enacted,That the four stories high. Besides thea?,there"are were' curly at their post j j';,but it, was ,some gig-his servant fs not dicenUVdothed-. fl Thomas King, '3d, the leader in the
    r '. f President' ,and Directors be! required to l five; or six other building,viz: a very hand J :iiue before,Y y atson made.his, pp arance. the washer woman has not received any;thing which at.the' c&
    massacre el
    r make a full' report to stockholders of some chapel, building for ,the chemical Walker.began.firt., for three,whole quarters*work.' ,' If ,Mr.. ,E. place
    said company, ,at their yearly for and: another "You See house on the St.Marys, an account of which
    meeting', Philosophical apparatus for wheal entered{ : my hpusg the would have planted cotton instead of '
    the election of directors, on the state of the the, library, and cabinet 'of min ml9, >an'd candle was put, and as,the\;fire:gaye. but,aglimmering he / have; was,published in our ,paper of 2Cth Feb: b,"
    corporation,and'its concerns,' The Presidents two" large handsoiife. edifices for the, accommodation of light' I came near,'walking corn, would done' ,Something*. U been''-sentenced to'be' executed, on' the SMth.

    and Directors'Hhall have power alsoto'call'a of,the two literary; :societiesof accidentally into apot, of butter, that, the is';he,i is far from doing well; : I ofthe 'n'resent.montij.. .In. trie' case' ,ofth! :

    /1 -ger. 'al'meethig: of the stockholders the students. Those buildings! occupy pancakes were to be rustle of.th morning. Well, their comestlie'lpewe" Have ydn Bona'andfibers: for the same.crime,lt, ,wofoun4
    whenever the 'affaire of the cotnjianyj; ing three of the sides of a square,' and ex. My wife who %vas di'eadfullyoutof humor heard of Miss S B;engagement J :Oh",.'No Ji9 J:! ? ,

    in their .estimation, shall render it oipe- hibiting much taste in' their construction at sitting up SP l Iyng, said ,to' me sarcastically i it!js possible !!I How: foolish. she is. A beautiful impoflsihle, to f'IDpannelto.jury., ...y ,
    dient or' oeceesary. The directors shall and arrangement make a, handsome 'Z? f ot.in the butter P= "
    very <" put.your ,
    have to,,fill l and beautiful creature, throwing heraelf away for the The steam boat;AngusU,.which belongs.e
    : !power any in their appearance. J I 'Just, as you Bay, Slaggy'paidI andthereuponi .
    | sake of a pair of epaulettes and jvvannah\ Boat'Company, ,and 'plie'.be-
    'body.whkh; may occur as before more I called on Dr. Ward, the, professor of) without the least esltatloP.l some military
    particularly provided, and it shall be their mineralogy and botany, soon after I turf*, "_" k iny fox in we pot of butter; ;. and then' buttons.-It is true indeed How fa It with tV en those cities fwaa. destroyed'' by,.fire OB

    duty.to fill such vacancies whenever. they ed at Athens. lie is Intelligent ma ,r t '1..d l' : '" Mr.;'and Mrs.. : K; ? Are theyrec'onciledand the 31st ult.. -
    do. ...occur.- .. .. :. -- apparently well acquainted kith those sub 1"\" ,Brown. told.. his' storv.. ".Mv if.notjcan we do any thing to induce,them 1 '
    6. pc. ; J. J1ciiurtnerenactouiiiatthe jecta that belong his department. lIe i ia is1 il" e, ':*had already retired to 'rest- to:live on good terms ? iIr' 'he :schooner CassianwLith ,- .""AdainJ;
    surveys jo determine the route of said road native of New Hampshire, received hit k;o ,sleeping room, which adjoins sailed from Philadelphia for this place
    shall be-commenced within twelve months medical dpnca at J&Wotn but .reeideJ the [( Again,it is saidI don't wish you to say since
    jndjhe. doorof( .which )vas left on the 21st December"last,,has not,
    after the passage of this act,',and th'owork at Salem, Mass for several years previo ajar t,.tfuig able to navIgate'perfectly a word..abbu\ it."-- >nt; JOB) have, no idea how ; :..... rife of .A rwM rboard.
    been'beair'9f. e Cajrt
    1 itself within eighteen months. 'There'shall to his coming to Georgia. lie treated i wish now, I made a dreadful clatter. Mrs. J. complains of your hot inviting her-tok ,," ,J! 1''i\n';
    be made; one third ''part of the ''road In with marked kindness and politeness, I Iwhich. r hrg -"M household furniture;, and Bail in your husband's beautiful boat on ; _. ., ,1, .. '_. .

    three years or work equivalent; two thirds ..! take this opportunity tendering rny" }cVery: pleasant tone, bawled Tuesday last-I.understand he; has J heard Editors of Periodical Publications ia the
    in four years, or work equivalent, and the him my warmest thanks. He condu ,tj out, '<< ke.porridge-potJot ? No that : r CF
    whole work shall be completed in five me to the botanical garden which 19 ful 1 sooner, Bajajbai ,por e..I seized hold of you ,said th4 stock in the Bank .is United States, who are willing to exchange

    years, ,'or this charter shall be forfeited. out in a very, tasteful manner, and coma DS the bail of J1 ;pot> and striking it,against worth nothing, and that the stockholders are or'O9rpaj>/ ',may possibly, increase their list

    See.21. Be it further enacted, That the beautiful and extensive collection, sire, the chimneyjanx and, broke ,it in a hun 1IC0undrels.-But.... .never' mind-that is not by Bo'oinga attd'the.rf', works, shall be drilynoticed.
    said company shall report annually) to the plants, though the past is only the inlns. dred J ..liVAff this exploit, I retired half as bad as the story that Mr. 8. lost five 'We will act as their, lgentay
    t Governor and Council after the said road summer since' he to, rtain hundred ;
    commenced opera res; SIJHl lecture all night dollars by,some rogue on'Saturday
    goes into operation, and the books shall 1 be lie yoxt attended me to the ..college" ra' for tnyrp;, p* .. nigtt-his clerk is :iw; have not'seen'in.o(ir exchange pa'papers
    subject to annual inspection by a committee ry,which though not large contains try" )t \VJt..otm AVatson's: turn to give This U the strongly suspected, an'y'later'ngwe' from France,.,than"
    the :
    ; language
    ofthe Council, over' whole uni
    if it shall be so re- valuable and judicious selection of i an accounumselfwhich he did with
    quimUPasSdFeb<< ; From the library we visited the cab' et of. a yery long,5jet, | .as. follows:-",My, wife verse. It is not limited by latitude: or long ,,here tofpra,publikhe

    \>' ; 7th. 1833., minerals which is extensive and e jeedbeau.. gave me; ih ,|po8t unlucky command in tude. Our remarks are not intended for any 'HT Several article prepared'for this nwn-
    : 'ApprovedFeb
    ; l4th,1833.8lRiT ingly valnable,containing some mos the wordy bfias I was blundering up particular place But .the vices, evils, and of deferred forwent ofrooffl.STEAMBOAT .
    i titul specimens of mineral ''prod fctions stairs: in thayovrroUenp. ark, she cried out, 'Do bred nuisances which society are obliged to encounter ber our; Papef.are
    or:THE: PARISIAN JOUItNALS.Th .- collected: from almost every part f the LJo. 3TW.fI'll be o--q should '
    Constitutional, (Anti- inLneriaJs.) adverting .. globe. The college has an effe t and if I do,.Kats. ,' wid I. as I gathered myselfup lions be exposed. penerat"ob8er !'LosT.--Froni. !:"'Ors

    to the disavowal of President Jack.eon's energetic #faculty,.who an&ntmo n theirfulaa '1'# socle*pay cite bilL And so,land. like upon manners hit no one They glance leati4'paper of the bib fast wit leam- that.!
    message by the American Senate in efforts to render the l institution lord, h re's the cash for you. This in the the rifle ball on the surface of. a beauti the steamer'Balde,tjhicB pUea! occasional...
    the report'of the Committee of Foreign I possible to the community; for \v -. ben.endow., last time PI ever risk five dollars on ;the ful sheet or.ter. Iras packet between that citf and JI.
    Affairs,,'says: "If this first demonstrationof efit and by whose liberality it wsj ., commands i f.nay wife." tMA&ETIIK The bent method to make a quiet, happy, 6Onvil T-has been baton. the TchefuncUT the
    :the. legislative power should find an ed., 'hepresent presiding ,offi<, is ''Dr. : and respectable Sa'cral' t'snneliesrwbo bad.'left'
    ,4 echo in j the.United States, if the Cbatnberof Church,who receives a salary t. i'l2OO DAtrouTFas. -The Span'trdssay"at aeighborbooddaa to' inducetterimt' "* city fort the lake; with the tnteation"'or 4;

    Rcpresentativea should also reftiagHoUo.tbo per;.annum-the professors recefe ,1400 her ewpbteoi qiarry your daughter to ..... et g.rad..."+cidttaus'... .. .... '.III y, log pesseg on'board of her,forttniate li
    It bdUgerent proposals of tine each,.and... the two tutors have ea/i/ a salary superioi X Hrenty to' her equal-at tonund; ,their own business and not interfere:_ ? not em k, JI'M (tie ereW'' were aaTfJd.
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    thirty to : With ,
    .v have
    ........ a TOJ k her. *.#* the affairs of otb.en. S aa rwti iua .. ":,"\.t't"- {Now York'Su"
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    psis"f! 3"-1 ift'j "rt6.a,. = -' "... CADINET Ftfn'ITV WAREHOUSE. NOTICE. t; '
    fow i iPORT \
    I ;
    iuse.'tsof. Col. White, states,- ;i
    y'ood. f oed of the very badftoads from Wash* OF UCKSONYILU.UAtL, : I 1C. JAMES York U. ,COOKE offers for, sale No. 00' Broadway '

    he' determined Jo go 'dovp! quality of Sofas-Sideboard Secretaries- '
    south :'
    on ARRIVED-llth, brig Iko, Weston 1 from :
    Book Cases-Tables all ,
    Orleans and of descriptionsChaire undersigned Commissioners give no .
    abor.lside. Mississippi to New thence New. York. J15th THE }
    L '''On his 'passage! from Bajtkrt '' } schr Saluda l Perry, from Cheton.CLEARED10th French, Bedsteads of quality-high and post and that pursuant to the Act entitled Publio are informed that a line of '
    pensacola. Mahogany Maple- An Act to amend an Act to incorporate the Covered Barouches, will between
    sue- Wheeling ho'. had'the miSfort1.nol / ,steamer Florida, Jllli; Hair and' Moss l\Iattrasse.-Feather Beds-; FLORIDA.PKNINSVLA: ,AND JACKSONVILLE RAIL Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave this 1

    icing to tI6 was at Cincifc- for Savannah. f* Looking Glasses-Carpets and a full as RoAnCourexr.a February 15,1835, place every Monday. 'rjt, .'
    seful lose all l his baggage. 12th, schr_ Sam,Patch, 'Hclme, for Si, Augustine sortment of every thing necessary to furnish that the Books will; be again opened at Jacksonville EFForty pounds baggage will be allowed!." ..

    A on the 24th ulL l on'hid way down'I Ii the ,. i ,.- a house. i at the store of U D, Hart,Bay-street, to each passenger,and Tor any greater weight ;
    > hislight ;This accident,and consequent d 1L1 t i. April 7. r 3w15 on the '4th day of May, and continue open one cent per pound will be charged for every j
    hio. LIST OP LETTERS ,? until the 1st day of August next, t& receive ten miles.trFare. '
    'eio t y prevent his teaching' East Florida be- in/,the-PostlOlfice, : NOTICE., i subscriptions'for stock tocarry said Rail Road ', ::: through, each $25.

    > CI the election. ,It is however his,'djter= REMAINING, the ,1st of April, 183randif } SIX Weeks frorn'this! dated shall apply to into execution.By wari. IIARRIS. 1 t.

    ney, 'nation to' visit East Florida,immediately not taken out in three, months, thewill Judge of the County Court of Dutal the 8th Section this amendatory Act, Jacksfftyille, Jan., 14. 3tf ; ..
    car "I,' be sent to the General.Post Office ],dead County, for letters of Administration on the ,the subscribers for,, stock I heretofore taken, -S
    ,I late, if he does not''' before the electio,. letters.. V II.fl Estate, of LEVIN GUNNY, deceased. have a prior right subscribe ,for the same ,* CONVEYANCE FROM *," j j'I 'II'
    Hill *. JAMES ,T.O'NElLIi. amount of Stock on the new Books.i ,
    ,but T T : "-, /j,, .1 A' Capt. JACKSONVILLE,TO .ST AUGUSTINE:
    ,>early }ffe have been politely favored by (iCaptU John Adams: ISll.1ahD., ,Hart u April ;3, 183;). 6w15 JAMES ISAIAH.,, D. HART I .
    the Edward Aldrich.. K' DELL I
    of,the schooner;. ,Saludar' wiifh '
    be Seston Courier, of thE) 10th mst.J. Capt, B Rev. R. B. Ke: NOTICE. W. J. MILLS, }Com'ra.STEPHEN : r1

    amtleer only20 hours from Charleston/to/ the : H. D. Baldwin, 2 L Weeks from date, I shall apply to; the :EDDY f ,. I
    ,was SIX JOS. BLANCASTEit.'Jacksonville .
    ; 'I William Barcalow,, Joseph B.Lan'c ister. 9 ,of ,the County Court of Duval ; Subscriber will run a good Barouche !, t
    the From it we, select'the following af/cle/ i ination William!!. Burritt,3; Isaac Lent. County, for letters of Administration on/!/ the Marth 31, 1835, 1 TilE good horses from Jacksonville I \

    to the Sputh Carolina Canal aid Raild John,Bx: ward 3 Theodore: '. I.ittlefield,j Estate of EBER O'JVE/LL ,d ensf'd. St. Augustine; once a ,week J to leave this ,
    esh 4 Charles'Broward 2 Ml JAMEs1')O'NEILL. NOTICE.
    Company JRIPORT '. : Monday morning and arrive in'&tAu'gusune
    y. is 'or'THE''RAIL ROAD CosipAmr.' Francis Broward; Emanuel MotrGeorge' April, 3,1835.., 0w1i. BY An act passed by the Legislative' Cam-' on the ."ningo/thesam/ day.' fJ I
    l ; this rooming ,)'report from Sarah A, Broward,' H': Niy. .. o f this Territory,,, at ,its last see ion Returning-will leave St. Augustine I
    We publish l. Edgar S. Barrows G. S. l\Iott" NOTICE. and Governor Feb. and arrive
    thelIed '"on accountant; thei S::C. ', 'approved byUie? 14th, Wednesday.morning, this place 'I' \ ,
    e Reubin Bloomer, -J. S."Muir.' persons indebted,to maliy Note or 1835 the Subscribers were appointed Cemmissioners on the evening of the same day. ," ". .It I
    nal and Rait Road Company; by nerus-- John P.TJrown, 'N \ ALL are requested to make im e.didjle to open! Books 'ana rec 'ye' subscription jrjTForty pound b ggage will be all)) we4 '
    nan K which it will be seen,' that the Stock- John G. Brindley, 2 Patrick News, ment to S. Streeter, Esq.: who IB flu- for the' stock of a Bank to 1 e' located to each passenger,and for any greater Weight, I r

    ag. olders,have come to the resolution of dis- Mr..Barhoe, "Johri Nevitt. zed to receive, and receipt for tke I in this Town, to be called THE ANK one cent per pound'will be charged ronn1'1 :\ p
    3000 shares of,.their cancel which Spice. Bradduck. i 0 :'i OF JACKSONVILLE.In ten miles. '
    \will opield sufficient all de-, C W, S. Olrastetfd Fare each $5. ] : I
    ill a sum to further indulgence. can be given. pursuance 'of'' which the Su icribers \JET way, } t 1
    ndsa1. ,ndg against the Company, with} the exotion E. A..Cohen, >Woodbridge, S. JOHN WAR11EN. hereby give notice, that the Books >r Sub II.-H. PI11LIP8.Jacksonville !; *.>. t' I

    ; of,$100,000-due, the State, which Martha Cox, sted, 'Jacksonville, March 28. / 3wl5 scription for the stock in said Bank, will be Feb, 2. Ctf s ,. "<' ,r :\

    ad. boot payable until 1837, and bears an in-: George Causey, Helen Ormofd.P : opened in this Town, at the Countin Room ,.t. ,
    rest of only 5 per cent per annum.' In' James G..Cooper, (., FOR; ,CHARLES'] ,N. of ,Messrs. Blanchard ,& Rider, ct ner of NOTICE. TO TRAVELLERS. i ,\ 'j
    his calculation is included the amounts toiie Moses Curry,; MilesPrlc, &' ,Ferris eNancy 1'p1UE tlne Packrt Schooner Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'cloc A.,M. 'I : :'
    .Palmer '
    .ad ithae* paid for work now'under' contract, 'deiverableby ; Cooper.D. James Files", A JL" GEORGE JjfD, MARY, on the fourth, day of May next.W.J.IIIILLS. .. TH c. HLTIIEREwill

    ' 15tbl: October next after,the uI). Dunham, Seymour Pickett' 2 i 100 tons burthen,' VILI.KY, Master WILLIAM RIDER. ,

    - lompletion of which,the available le means Edward'Davis,, 1 Patrick Price, in good order-for sea, will sail for'theabove STEPHEN EDDY be a regular'conveyance for''
    f_ (business will, be as followS-22 Locom-: Silas, Duele, ""M. Pinckston, port on or about the 20th bst. 'ISAIAH D. IIAR't.Commisriaxert.. a week: from St Mary's 0.0.t '
    400 21 and 7 'Betty Pritchard. For+freight or passage apply 0 the Master Pablo to Bt to leave St
    fives; burthen Passage Abby'Dertu, I by Augustine ; Mary'
    onboard this efface.
    s'.ro, Uaggage Cars, amply sufficient,' it is'sup- Abraham Dupont, R ., or'183.at 14 Jacksonville E'F\.Apri12d: 183) 1 'Ul: every Wednesday, at o'clock' P..MAand. ,
    Rider April ,, .
    xised to do all the that may offer Jessee D. Dykes i. Francis arrive at Pablo the next day. ,
    ., .- business Wm. S. Donaldson/11/ 'William Ricker, ,* Persons, who wish to avoid a night exposure ..,
    that' c, "E I I Francis Richard. !4At ,OARP: f NOTICE j / 'on the',water, will.find very comfortable
    extra '
    WAR ,HOME -We an ;
    , AT' t William Eubank, ,,8 ,the undersigned board WE the Commissioners of the Road of I accommodations at Fernandina, at Mr A. J
    rora.the officj f the Michigan('Sentinelras George P.. Edney// M. E Saunders, WE the steamer l lord dpasseigerson County having,exami ed pie Diu' and can leave Fernandina the;next< '
    lto received 10.town ye terdlly' ontai iDgI Charles English, I/ John Stevens, 4 of returning our thanks to Caj( Hill, for the same, from'Gravelly-hill to the'County" line morning and arrive 'at rablo'' the name day. '

    in) I Proclarnati on.of Stephen" a8on, Act Henry,Eames, V 3, T kind and gentlemanly conductto us while on of Duval County, nave ascertained best They can leave) Pablo every Friday rnornlng''
    jg Governor the, Territo ,bf"Michivn Ralph JSames, &. > William' Tpbey! 2 our passage from Savannah to&is place ; and ground and the straightest way to the forks at 4 o'clock, and arrive at St Augustine at 0,' ,
    tar ,calling:upon the military once of,.thatrerritoTY. Evertaon & Co.! 't.4 f Antonet Tisoh., recommend with pleasure hU boat to passengers of the Road, leading one to the upper Spring r. M.same day ; leave St Augustine every I
    to be in readiness t 'epeaI'nny, F James U travelling to St.Aucustim'and Picolata. and the other to Ahgator' town., The Overseers Sunday, and arrive at Pablo same''day 1

    :ut ttcni.Jt. on the part of the State of Ohio toike Charles'E.Flinn.' ,, Underwood. Robt. Taylor, G. W.McAllister, within; said County are hereby authorize Passengers wishing to Visit, St Auguitlrie .i\ Swill
    , possession of the disputed portion'of ';1' 'G yf- C. H. Evans, R. R.:Jelknap, to order out all hands liable to road' ,duty, be accommodated on reasonable terms." > ,{ '.J .t' .
    ntm which both claim: General Timothy Griadley, 'Waterman '&, Pinc'kJacob A. B. Hoyden: Gco. J. Kollock,' to work on said road .as quickly u 'convenient Fare from St Mary' by Pablo to St Aagu**. 'f tJ -
    aritory: they issued+ Goff. baton, 2 Charles Hubert, W P. (cider, for said operation.: tine $5. From St Augustine to*Pablo $3,. hs. t
    3rown.h, s.'olso, it la Brigade .H Elisha Whidden, ,5 Ww.,11: Howland, J. Guirard, S. J. EUBANK, ) Commissioner 'There I is' also. a. safe boat which ,wijl run, > J' S
    herd Were to carry' into- effect the' Governor's'roclamation. Eliza'''Harper, David L., Wintrmg-. Howard*Malcolm, Geo.'. B, Prouty, ". 'IN(T.;.W. RICHARD j for8l ,dll\\ad', once a week from Pablo Jacksonville| and '

    ?r- '' Charles Harper, I ham, 2 H.,w.Aridrews..i Jacksonville, March: 31, 14 will depart and arrive so as to meet the mall t
    On the:other hand, the'Legisluture'ofOhio : W Waltorn i boat on its return from St'Mary's-and the
    Eliza Houston, George ,. /fo < .Hill Picolata Feb 17,1835.
    { have passed Preamble and :Resolutions Mary Hobkirk, 'JohnWarreh;, ?apt. GENERAL ORTALLAHASSEE ., stage u It arrive from' St Mi JU.tln.. Faro '

    ; declaring that measures 'oubt); tol b u; ,.k'Ho1WO'h"' '-' ,. Andrew Welch, nrNOl"IOE.LII1:: -. from Pablo to Jacksonville' |:3. ,All fare ;.to'. i.
    ,e, limraediatcly taken to cause her junad jctfoftito Miller Hellswrpe+Lw4 Wfliaua IL'Wolf,' !I had iher'u.J ii be paid at t'-; l'J. :
    who owe me
    ( be fuUi. oblisbed.over/ the,territory ind William \ a-1ViUMhTWyatt' : ; ALJiI0'and me'ror I'woh"' March 14th, lam, <.} N:, ,lt'CTAYLQL4tq Jlm,

    ig pa tel,v .," lI i 9'" : \ .; I t ,M !.Vllf&1'JW: Capt. Clwle'1ViUey., ...,' Jt'lo Ptn: 'naI'JI"R1IAl T:: I IIt.l.t i J ATON,3-'o Com.' J 111'all' boat krill'feaveI ''iWOtJ ,' I
    :, .
    ..... ,ITbri 'Ia a'ver' thterwitinff' and And eM lettbt%! ..T4rio4hoers..bityalC6maty _iol. +.l"". '1'',". \ ". Bier 'Tulda 'and t'no'ThiM -- Ott "vea
    pcrtiajst';. 'Jc :\ +Ttie'tiaativeCouncil .k"";' j,. arivi111iewiaroi' : .,,{-' ,: :'nmfW-f ( :lo .Ye 1' 'tar

    lie of Micbigatf'!i 'passes an act making I rille Pat Al6an'Ma'iC1tIvI'x1 "" on,.;>d;!" [" "" $, pdpcd he'fo1........ ... Angnruaa ''Iud ,. \ aiceediag '"
    at. it,'_peualtjiTervce lninlsbable'by,1lne! : !'andiuprisonment'for :-' .-,....-SAIA". Al HART. .' ? Pat! Mutsr,', pi LI"H'J>;'persons-. "I. {nd.bie.dttb&b.Q. ,, 1 bscriberr I ''rJJUI.1Jow't, ; '. .!'.AdjutanOedenlIIErnvWAsnisovo Ouarter-Muster. Gea.) Sunday. 8;u3,." <" ,,1,
    v. any'person to attempt to 'PROCAMATION FOR AN .f1 -eitker,by Note* or Book accomt, are rquested >. 'i't 'W'' Bnxiiirr ot'Lfton" 00p5 j '
    exercise official functions within the dis cron i : I>II V, ; GROCERIES, ,&d.
    10 ELECTION.jJOTICE ; ,to settle; the same without delay; and 1'.Tat1i W :GAUTUR,jr. Jackson, i Aids-de-
    11. puted limits, ynder,any.auhority) not deri-t' i is hereby given,that an election no credit will be given at my store oiler the Gzo. S. HAWKINS, Franklin, }( Camp. WIIOLKIALK AND RETAIL\
    fed from that Territory or from the GOfemmen't JL 1 will'be'held In the County(Duval,on 10th March. 1IARDY' II. PHILIPS. Gao: E. CHAIJC'; Escambia 1IIE Subscribers keep constantly on baud,\
    of the United States;; and, orders the,1st Monday of May 'next, for a'Delegate :Jacksonville, March 3. f lOtf ?And it is hereby required and ordered,that JL and offer for sale,,on a* good terms. '
    .d out her military forces to sustain the en- to'represent.the "- Florida, in the all 1 Militia Officers of the Territory. respect, they can be had at any,store,in Florida, they :' ,i
    . actment.' Ah independent and powerful next' Congress of,the United States',' at the .'' NOTICE. and obey theni u such following articles, Tia'DRY s-, ,:; "

    II.d I State lays claim to the Hesperian fruit thus: following places i and under the; euperin ten- ALL persons indebted to the ,late: concern 1 ,By order of the Governor, and,,Command, OQJ->SI' t fe/' S '

    , [jealously guarded, and/says she will ,[not dance o f the following persons,'to wit:- WATJEKMAN &Pi cKSTOii.willplease er-ln.Chief. .Broadcloths, ''Cassimcres j Saltlnstts, and\ ':% '
    [suffer her be'encroached on make on or before the 25th inst. or ,\I TI10S. ;iBROWN, 'I
    a.e territoryto': ; JACKSOSVILLE William J. Mills, Robert payment Gen. of the Militia of Florida. Negro Cloths, green.jfd and white Flannel,' ,. i
    and then taken;:'possessioa of in this:manner : Bigelow,; and. John: W. Richard. suit will 'be commenced without respect ,to i Adjutant bleached, brown check'.stripe: ; and plaidHomtwiuns :', I I

    '.ee ; 'and that,she/ will not;.allow her constitutional BROWARD'S,'CEDAR CREEK-Cbules: : Bro- persons. 'M.'K, *! PINCKSTON.Jacksonville 8': 'C -- e-- ," Oallcoe.{ Cambrlc'i Muslins,. S .,
    sovereignty to ,be invaded 'by ward' ,.John Broward,and Francis Broward. : ; Feb. 15. .. ADJOTAKT GEKERAL'I: Orrici: > Silks, Gloves, Hosiery, &e. &0. "
    "those who have the rth.e' i "n : 'Tana}slee March 14,1835') J S' ACooktnQ
    neither Right n '
    MANDARIN-Cabin Reed James Plummet "dI1AUD .
    NOTICE. a Y nE. :
    the of toe"Adjutant General to I
    duty :
    Power to do it Buffalo Patriot.
    -[ ris
    : '
    llI ; and'Alexander'W[: persons indebted to the subscriber by rt to the War Department,the num. ..parlor, and box Stove, Bras*;
    OUR ---- -have 'WnITJlv,""u..Mattl ew '}I. Philips, Samuel ; ALL or,Note, are requested to make immediate ber of effective Militia within this) Territory, and common Fire Betts, Lamp, and CandleStick
    I ORANGE TaEES.--Fears all Y.Garey, and Thomas J.: Brown. payment; or'they will be put to cost. to the end that the quota of Arm authorised i *, Percussion( Caps Gun., broad and'.. ,

    II entertained that our cold orange trees were ST: Jorn s' BLUFF-Matthew, Jinkins,John t V;; WILLIAM B.'ROSS.Jacksonville : to Territory, .may be, furnished,.which narrow A2'1*, Adzes HatcheU, Hammer/ I
    8th February
    killed by the severe of the Houston, and Lewis Cbrist pher. C cannot be done until the effective strengthof Augers, Shovel, Do r.la.tcheit, Butt '' sad '
    ISh. last, but we are happy to inform our ISAIAH D..HART, Feb. 18. 8tf the Militia !is made known. ,It i* ordered Screws,.&0. &0.' ;!- sots!

    h.Ii I readers that the 'injury done;, though ,severe Clerk Duval County CourtPROCLAMATION. .. and directed ,therefore, that the Militia om.cel'l FURNITURE. : : ..}" .
    NEW GOODS. '
    is not Has been anticipated. : the '
    so great as throughout Territory, aa early as ,
    , We are informed that'al' large numberof : I THE Subscriber has just t' received from practicable make out and forward a roster to Sofas-and Couches work,card, toilet

    $ trees on F h', Island'' are putung'outehoots"from''the By WILLIAM,J.,M1L ;S;May01' of the TownHEREAS : ston,a full assortment of: Brigadier General Call,of Tallahassee to le dining IfaWesWuhstand., Looking, ,Glto-. ; ;
    Bedstead. &c. &c. <
    and submitted to the Adjutant 'sen. > \
    larger branches, and ,a of Jti4 omit,. EffQUSU AND jVESTWfDM GOODS, condensed : < f ff

    0( number of trees in this .city ere also" 'putting (- at.\he1,Election for Mayor ," S AFfD GROCERIES, General, that to the this necessary Florida information, be so .'OOERIES It PROVISIONS:' --1 t''

    '.. out., _11, and Aldermen for this Town, held on which will'be sold at 'fair 'prices'for ,caih or important tent to'the War Department.Territory may Coffee Tea loaf and brown Sugar: Bottlo1 i

    The weather has been extremely dry andtool ]Monday; April, 6, 1635: William 11. Burritt in exchange'for' Cotton,Furs, Hides, and the i By, order of the Governor and Command Cider, Cnampalgne,Claret) Port, and Sherry: + +s
    ;R which, has greatly retarded the process and lI.rely,1I4 Philips received an equal number common prOduce' of. the country., ;: r:in Chief, TI1O3. BROWN, Wines, Spices Soap.; Lamp Oil, Tobacco/
    of ye tation.- I of votes for Alderman, (three others having II. LIBBEIBlaek'Cre ., Ii.Adjutant Gen. Florida Militia. Flour, Rice Corn, Pilot Bread, Beef and' l

    It is mdjMholy,to look upon the wreck been elected,) k', Feb.: 13. gtf Pork, Cod/Ub, Mackerel, Salt Fish, Potatoes

    , f what vflK short time since,'our pride, NOW TUERErOEXVOTICX IS IIKBXBV OIVKK, ; TREASURER'S_ NOTICE; Butter and die..ALSO t
    will be held' at the I Court : ORANGE STICKS
    that Election
    3 *nd in the place of foliage, see noth"g an
    d but'dry branches green; ,but a few April! Hpase'' on Monday, Ariut,20, .1835;:'under 'paid 'for On* Jindred OrCangeSticks 'TREASURER'S 6FFICE, '), niff*, Medicinal and PainU ---A variety t
    r bftwets will have a great effect',}d: restor-' the ,superintendance William stickman ofvarioue.iusendelive.ry Tallahassee March # 18n. < of CrO leery and, Olga.'Ware. Books and "" '
    their wonted !. Charles Merrick, and William S.Donaldson, at this office, immediately. March 5. Y an act passed 21st November, 182i' '>, it Stationary a large' assortment' 'of Whltop ", t
    mg our trees beauty !
    in ,
    for one Alderman, to fill the;, vacancy is provided that all Bonds executed by Drab, and Black: Its, Cap,! Boot .and.
    [St.Augustine Herald., fc,. Board. i ;. FOR SALE. tuctioneen,'shall be forwarded ty the Judge Shoe*-together.with variety of other ai; 1 r
    i Given under my hand and seal at if the Coast Court to the Treasurer the tide ,iBLANCIIARD e
    The'fashionable practice which bas'preTailed Jacksonville April 7, 1835. TUST received per schooner George & ?
    rerritotrof l1orida;and thatall Auctioneersdu.ll & RIDER. : E EJacksonville
    v from ode
    MaryJ; Charleston ;
    of W. J. :MILLS,
    of late dishing the
    years up pe- bushels Corn. WM. 6. ROSS. frUrly;In each year commencing on1ato ,Jau.1,16t,, ', 4'
    wiliarties of our Yankee and .backwoods Mayor of the Town of Jacksonville. M .January, transmit to the'TreasurerttlEtvieathj

    Dialect in the shape of'drama Vsrnemoirs, .j; n. Jacksonville. Feb. 18. I 8tf__ _4 taken beforeveome Judge, e copy B7N. -CABH paid for Cotton, Hide, s
    &c: introduced and l legitimatized quite NOT!OE-I! : 1 ffmll sole 'eft" etec1 by him, with the amount Horn, Tallow! Deer Skin, Fun, Beeswn,'
    a new set of terms in the English Iangua e.' Weeks'after date; I shall :apply to the LAND AT ST. PA LO ; I and? at what time and place, and for whom MOM, Orange. Peel, &4. ;, ."ifI ". .Ji J'

    For this augmentation to oar'slang dictionaries SIX .' the Judge of Duval County, for ,FOR SALE. : -is tIN _mol'w.. made; Now. all- Auctioneersare B..k a.; T t F
    ; we are mainly indebted to !Iatl -. letten'of 'Admin tra on on the'Estate of Subscriber offer for Nit for eajfe'or ;;q 1r dto-tatl notice:of 'said; law, and '.

    ewe, Hacket Crockett and otl ere.V' JOAN UVY, late of GEO TilE' Negroes, or good -eccep .. conform to it, or suite upon their Bonds mast NOTICE. .
    ; ,
    f be ioititaUd. Judges of the County Courtsare heretofore e
    Perceive to in the, following tract of fine Liver Copartnership: existing-
    this 00'quite" THE
    phraseology Fleming* Island, St Johns';April'.15NOTICE. '.r mock ,land on.St Pablo Creel* requested without delay to forward, t"eeD the subtcribers, Under the firm .
    Vogue in England, such as reUl.conaid-, ", follow., vizi.-on the West by k, properly Certified and approved,the Bonds of of WATERMAN &P1NCKBTON t*'th1t- ,
    -:-"exflunctified" .j&rowed 'pp salt I on the North by Window roet.alN head l on Auctioneers in their'powession. I day dissolved by mutual consent ,j/t-Fn/ .,, .

    n I &c.-fio8JL[ __ u"i WEEKS AFTER 'PATE I I shallapply1 the ,East and.,South by lands !(.t irnJlusTaylor : CHARLES AUSTIN, ADIN WATERMAN.
    SIX to the Judge of![Nassau County containing two buutr"' 4 j! ny Treasurer of the Territory of Florida. MILO 1C PINcii N... ," i

    : _BEATHS. r Court, for letters of Administration,'with the three ?ere... For particulars 0I .. 14 Jacksonville, Jan. ,. ,t
    Estate pf REMl BRU- D.' wV t.r I-.
    At Fleming Island, Much 7th, Mr. John Will annexed, on the J 1hILL.Jacksonville BLANKS of alL descriptions Printed at ALL perftHU indebted to the above firm t

    may, a native of Bordeaux France, aged lJ7TE, ,deceased. JWBT. DAY. Jan 2:. ytt, %.,at short notice. requested to-Drake imaudlaU .paY"
    -uut 66 : anent to the .ubtcrib r who I* duly tbori,
    Jean. f 6w 14 ttJo. I ,
    24th 1835. Job" Work in lie'styli.
    , March .117 a
    9 the 25th oif at the hit to"tt1.It the / ha y _
    February, pleurisy, CHARLES ItO 'ers and reajwnabld set on pewoa
    | terms. ; call
    tes.dence of )II'IJ. Linea in uad den County, SALE.. r': DR. ODd eervie to umpbaMUnt* vi Jl't claim* .sn the sub :rib, r fwtj
    Apt. John 'Ililla, lot the United' Statei .'t FOR I of Jacksonville and of thir peen of Florida, ./ ;.Jostle.,BUnks=-D.eJI3ilU 9f L.*,. .tt1"'Dt. .wr ;; it; .! ... .;..I'I
    Ordnance. natiri Maine. thousand Seed Cuf.: J ', fit sle. at ,: Capt II. wad a A FEW ... a* a Surgum and Phy ding.-Manifests: ; ,:4.:aonstaatly ; /
    ..la MagnolUForidatbn the 2S&March, .wn. M..JC'PINClCaTON: J"4, Jacksonville, Jan. 1eJ5: Jr ,..4f5tt this ofRce: Jatt19.. 4tt I'.p. >' to. :
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    1 : is peculiarly, well adapted to warm climates MACON, BTEAMDOAT, DR. CHARLES HOYT 'offers his V TO THE PUBLIC

    t' .: t GENERAL' DIRECTIONS is to lay the cocoons on linen or COMPANY. aionaJ services to the inhabitants T lIE' SUBSWtIBER ,
    L' .IERICAmNTEU cotton sheets, but not too close, orone upon of Jacksonville and of this section of Florida, Tb 'SoutAmalgrieulturo1is having PUtt

    Aid FARMERS FOR another, and to expose them thus to the as. a Surgeon, physician. Editor and proprietor Mr. froIn j ite

    ,. ,'," TflBAI..... ''$Il'', or SILK WORMS.BP. I. heat of the sun in open air, when it is perfectly Jacksonville, Jan. 29, 1835.. 5tf solicits the, support OJ the friends John D.of Le

    S S;: Dcro5CEA0. dry, during four days, from 11'A.M.. tune, and of the interests connected Ag ne
    : NOTICE.
    tI \ [Concluded from, our last.] to 4 P. M.,taking great care iu handling THE above company take this method of j persons indebted to the subscriber by throughout publiehed.\his I the Southern ''States,' II.j"ill!
    them not to crush or flatter/them which is have ALL work for I
    the that i ILtagare
    ; I ; v. of ?1CNGOr TUg cocooas. public they or Note, are requested to make commencement in Crolll
    .J1.1'he of'the highest importance. In that time purchased two Steamboats, the MACONand payment by the 25th inst. or suits will becommenced the-year and h,
    z i ::"I"1f : worms generally form their cocoons there is DO doubt that the moths will be EXCEL, which boats are to run regularly without delay. aKSssBstea" the tnod,
    three after their but VV
    days rising; theyif" killed._. between Darien and Macon, leaving J. B. MASON. be Itl pub'
    : I! are not perfect 'until' the sixth day, when I The process! of steaming and baking- are' Darien once every week with two tow boats. Jacksonville, Jan. 15. 3w3: in tion'wUl the same sSi-Masr.temu

    ";'. they may be picked off {rom the hedge.- not always safe, because they may be over The steamboats will draw only 26 inches of, ,

    ;' :. In Europe this is i not done until the eighth done nud,the silk greatly injured. I have water with two good engines in each.. The J NOTICE. A the as hi. experience ma1sul
    ' ': ; ,day, nor should; it be, dono 'sooner in this company have been'at to place i' and V ; subscriber is lolicitou
    $. seen instances of it in this country. Yet ? great expense .LLcreditors, Jeatees, ver.ons ent.L3.t1ed'tO Journal the vehicle k'
    ; this for di88emminatSff
    ; : line and
    the six steamboats in the
    country, during daysthtfo have if the weather should Ocmulgee distribution of the Estate ofELIZABETH information Ule
    : been violent) prove obstinately Altamaha and river.,would respectfully solicit only with"gard\ '
    thunderstorms bv "II.'the) to ,
    WILLIAMSON llshe e.
    1 <
    damp or rainy, those processes must be the cf the This line will !iV em9 of husbandry bSt
    public. also
    Iabotsx f the mbth 4tcrr patronage V
    :: > ,! are generally ij't- V men ez: ,
    I ,ed. ThC\lcocoons 'must down recurred to, but not in sunshiny.weath. be a great facility for merchants who wish toShIP and late of Duval County, please efforts in Agriculture and IWJ
    ,. be'rtafcwf: er, when they1 can be avoided. their goods bythe way of Savannah or ,. that their claims and (demands tune, be invites free and unrestricted
    "' ,; hard gently, and*great Care tuknn'not tqprcsb<< The last thing to be spoken of is the Darien, to Hawkinsville and Macon 'or in by operation of law, unless nicati.on from all_ persons occupied in con IJJ,
    on them' because if in the least flattened
    :, Let
    packing the send shipping Cotton Savannah. exhibited or at the of pUrsUits. no' one
    pf cocoons to to market. to Arrangements expiration imagine that solita
    I they fall into'the, class of imperfect' They must be put in boxes with great care, have been made to forward cotton or four wiieks from the date of this, and I here- facti ot isolated experiments are too trivial

    ', cocoons, and ere greatly lessened in value not pressed too close, lest they should be goodswithout detention between Savannah by notify concerned, to appear on the first be' communicated. V All Systematic kno

    .. ,, la picking, the cocoons from the hedgq flattened, and close enough that they should and Darien. V Monday of May next, at the County Court to edge is but the ggregate of bumble partie
    t I the aoortwo, ;with which they are covered not tuffer in like manner Ndex'ertionor expense will be spared to be nolden at the Court-house at Jackson ville/ lars ; and Science, in very department
    : I must be delicately, taken, off always each other in by striking hard give t the creates desoatch to',roods or cotton in the County'of! Duval when' I shall make 'brought\to: \ Derfeftlnn'-------,.".'nt'...... .1.___ tne ,
    upon of the wuuugn Ins
    taking care not to, press too' hard on the The- boxes mo being'dry shipped b"y, this.. line, / application' to' said.Court, for a general settlement mentalityoF a inJle uriaordinary mind j,b
    r. tion'ofcarriageiorstaps. I by tlJe ontribution
    cocoons. Agents for the above boats :. V and well U maD
    conditioned indivld
    <"After tlio may transported administration. 1s, and
    ore'tliu my generally after
    cocoons taken the
    down by steam boats; if transported by L. BALDWIN! & CO.: Savannah. V V v' WHIPPLE many! yearsbe 'IsVdesiro 'lapse
    fiom'e ALDRICH therefore
    : are, preserved for and' others ', toha
    ; eggs sea, they should! not. remain J. Govt4nrt & Co. Macon. 1 u many fact to :
    \\' keptforMJe, longer than ,_ #! Est. E. Wim 8on., record, a8 can be furni.h
    V V
    fifteen daja on salt water, lest they should Mircyttt & COLLINS, Darien. Jacksonville nd'from'the'pJan\er: who' is
    <'t' | shall ipcnk ortbem successively. Feb 12, J835., Jw7 his' systematic j
    become J. PL & B. Dttixo. experiQlental
    Charleston. labors
    piouldy. On river water : an
    and account of
    particularly h
    ,': yi. or,cocoorcs: .KEPT FOR EGGS. !!by steam1 boats, there is not the ;1>!..'J834. : NOTICE.V failures as well a his' successful efforts i'

    ; In order that'the farmers judge ,of' same danger. The boxes in 'TIlE '.- be acc ptable' ulf the lastare of U'recorded
    may case
    I t every STEAM persons are hereby notified that that
    theuanttyofco ons tliatLtwill'be pro. should be covered with a tarpaulin or good V PA ALL: 'to the Act pur should they may be imitatcdf the fir.
    Congress of March be noted in
    ) rtofadvls uro for him' to, ,aside oiled cloth that FLORIDA.TTn : '. order to be shunned.
    .? put and they may in no case suf. 2d, 1831, entitled, An Act to The subscnber
    : preserve for it id i fer _ 'provide"forthe hopes that this appeal to
    eggs, right that he should fromjdampness or rain. V II punishment offences committed in cut- fellow citizens 0/ the, South \ will k'
    n belpld fourteen' ounces of cocoons,will I The price of good cocoons in France is ting, destroying, or removing Live Oak and vain., It would be,a reproach, to not be
    produce one ounce'of eggs, nnd one"ounce from twenty-five to thirty-five cents per ., .. .. other' Timber, or'' trees reserved 'for naval ,, to meet the fate of the Southern Review.our Plant

    : of eggs will produce a quintal of cocoons. pound ojTsixteen ounces ; I 'mean of purposes." Positive proof will be requiredof the l last it j-U8tly 'said, that it 0

    In selecting the cocoons to, be kept for fect i'cocoons. Perforated cocoons, from per CA >T. R. A. HILL, all persona shipping such Timber, that the fered to r ayie, it 'Was not only,rearinfffc WM! an'

    ,. t' eggs, it recommended to select the white which the! moth has escaped, those which ru onct)a week from Savannah same has not been cut from lands the proper. us a'well merited fame aliterary
    tI ones in ,preference and keen the colored! spotted( V V to Pi' lata. touching. Darinn. St. tv of- the United R'JII'A'I.' ', ".. . ) ore and, the imperfect ones. (!9.IJfufchiq .. at-- -----. --- ? ------ -M*WBJ Vfl> VAAA 4O.11VD VII n---- th* srt.( <; Lt
    ; .ones, for.sale: ( attention" should be paid to u, {mentioned in the essay--No.--V.: Mary's, Jacksonville arid Mandarin. which the Timber' hl.l been reserved for naval its 'from' the unjust aspersions eo.u."u which ban DID

    f having an equal number of 'males and fe .: 'command no price, and are generally given V 1 WILLIAM. DUNCAN. purposes. JAMES ,DELL, been so liberally'bestoW d upon us out of on

    males and they are, generally' known by ftwal, /the silk culturists., There are but t Agent at Savannah. January 1 1835. Collector' section of country. The" Southern Api
    tf 21 culturali t" in
    ',the following signs the' male cocoons, few,of hem, because''those who raise silkworms January I, l' V of, some measure supplies thi
    place the
    iw im that is 1 to' say those which ,contain the male ,'being exper enced.in the business, 'NOTICE. < gards the circumstances Southern Review. so far as n
    insects, are In, general l smaller',.than the produce hardly any but good cocoons. r W GOODS. V last. alluded to. ]
    female, they'are some what in When these are THE copartnership heretofore existing be- serves as a Register not only of methods o
    depressed the .t sold, the bad iber has for sale
    : ones .are TlJE.Subac following the Husbandry, but alsoof
    w ; middle it : subscribers, under the firm of facty relating to on
    as with thrown
    were a'ring the
    ; they rate fptq bargain. I merchandise.lity of
    fe' system The
    BcDinoTp.f BALDWIN Slavery.
    t1 subjects of the
    expired: this deci
    sharp at one end and sometimes at both The friqe i of in this Superior Blankets 'from to its day by
    ,cocoons country V flu $4 50 own limitation. c" mine, thei treatment, the characters of,
    'J1p and,bard, at both ends the/ male cannot be $5 50 per pair. ,, V V ? Slaves GUI
    cocoons yet", settled ; but it will be the All persons, having, ,demands :against said ,. ar jjlfairly suited to its an
    on the contrary, are' larger than ,the interest cf the A good qual Negro cloth 371-2 c. firm constitute pages
    male, silk culturist to sell them in Irish pr yd. -requested to.present*them Without, topics as interesting ana importan
    round and'full' little/ or not at all the'begiiming Linen 1 om 50c to $1.00. delay to either aa which
    t depressed as cheap as possible, to en. Best of the sub ribers. V any! can engage either our own at
    In the"middle, ,an4'n'ot'' pointed at either 'courage the silk manufactures, which alone I :3-4 plaid H tnespuns 7 yds. for $1.00, **., ;'O. BUDINGTON, tention or the attention of those' abroad,wh

    '. end.1 : They 'may 'easily' be discerned,by f'.Rn'procure'tbem regular purchasers, and Superior omespujis'unbleached fan lOc per yardt H, D. BALDWIN. I feel legitimate interest in our concerns, i
    I( I 'a littlehabfe, stripes 183-4c. Black Creek ,The subscriber .
    without which their Nov., 1834.V begs leave, in conclusiouj
    produce lie Si1kh'dkff .
    must .. !
    500 ,
    upon >m to $150 : ,
    k to remark that if he
    .lt Is'particularly: their hands. 'V V not undertaken i
    :! recommended, to take .. 4-4, unbleach d Shirting 13o per'vard bv 1 ytcontinue
    h Ve1 NOTICE. the publication of this Periodical
    I on 811U8 dosa it
    or tow from these ,
    : cocoons, V we piece, or for one dollar retail _
    : ''VJI that n, ; j'ds by most probably-,would have been 'either
    BO corning. the but.moth 1l"y'1ind! no difficulty int'fl DRY; GOODS, GROCERIES, &c. Shirting bleached from 13o to 2oc'pr yd,' _tI. ,ALDRICH,persona indebted to DOCT. ,E. S. moved J from our city; or been suspended re
    I Fancy dress and furniture ..calicoes from are requested to; call and V
    After the cocoons have'been taken down THE iber hu on hand,' and ,offers 13c to Swc per yard by the piece settle,the same, on or before the 20th Inst. as will\Vhether it will be in his power to continue it,
    ;($I from the. reasonable terms,the follow Sattinetts from no further indulgence depend not only on the Pecuniary but
    hedge: those' which are, intended ing articles viz 87 l-2c to $1 25 superfine, can be given.; The the Literary Contributions Southern
    Jk for eggs should be laid, but not'crowded ", Superfine cloth $4 50 per yard, subscriber' baa-all the, notes and accounts of tors.. .He Flan
    Doctor confidently now leaves this
    \1 1 44Vn***'" ,:tht I0 say, the males on one DRY GOODS.Broadcloths White,, and red flannels from 371.2c" to Aldrich,and 4s|authorised to give: ih'ttieir hand.1eelinga full thaitbreUwanting

    :; r: *;* tsJto, andhe; females on another;that they f white "S ttinetu, Negro lqli. |1 t G21-2cperyard.: kirl.J.'Crom'183-4c i V gal receipts apd,di'c el! IH"; :)1 H., VrfL I on the part of assurance our'Plan ten,I
    'toft 'bot eo ulate too oon,and before th ; ti UJJ1 .. : l\IusOul to 25c per yard, 1 ; '-:. ,, QShpTES. neither the liberality nor mental energies amcessaryj -

    __ ist" arRe a 110 U vn/cvpCUUj -- ..,. f net.. in'" gOOd LSO'\-" .{.,.flA' "/,,.tlr.. ,na'_;. .Jacki,'rn'i-:fJtaiJ r. it-riL'. "?'n.> 'tbj835v. ; \.''Sir'" -: 2.,... sustain the BouthecnAgtionltdriit': !
    en. ir"-i'rir''r" ''""' '"" *'"* ,
    V : '
    ttJ I i : ; > I [rtt titT*' "1' V-V ";t/ti ld.t f'f'ubli er.
    ,1Wdish. color which prevents their fecundity. 1z1ri '" Bombal good assortment of fancy belt ribbands ..V' ='t". V ]
    dk'f., ., VINDflAhIIES2 : ; ..Charleston, S.: C, I? q.ISJ4.: V
    : .' They discharge this humor in 1 zettes, Oznaburgs, Burlapi, &c. shirt buttohs-silk--sewing silk-ball and 'different : Persons :
    'hour after spool( thread- O sizes, constantly for sale. desirous of, subscribinjr'can'apply
    one corning out: of (Ihie cocoon, HARD 'pap superior do.ladies .-
    which is, generally' ten days 'after these Vf'Aitfi AND:CUTLERY. white hose-horn1 and wood combs- By 'JOSIAIIFOpG.Jacksonville : office.V to Wl"r"WJLLIA, ,Savannih.V at this.

    have been Lamps, Candlesticks- Guns, Axes. Adzea,. silk and cotton, umbrellas-and January 28. 5tf ,8
    ;; i but 'taken down I from the hedge ; patenAugurt, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, sornment of a good as- .. ._*_ _.,_ -
    Ij '" may be accelerated by heat Butts, Screws, Bras Knob.,Hoes,Sad< At the .VEDICJXES.ITh'e V
    hour :
    expiration one after the Pad'-Till-Chest-Trunk-Gun -Closet, r GAZETTE. Volume F urth-|
    t\ moths have come out of their cocoons the Brass port pad-Knob and Mortice Locks :: above articles are of the best quali GOOD, Shoemaker Vho will attend to Published every week, by

    males and females may be put together on Knob Latches, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steel, ty, and will be sold for a email advancefor be hi. business, and be industrious would ISAAC C. :fRAY.

    tables or on'the':goor )the 'tables or,'floor yard., Bed Keys and Screws, Chest Hinge., V cash V or. produce.. constantly employed, and receive good The work will be published weekly, each

    tit ought tc ,be previously covered with linep Cork. Screws. Hand and cross cut Saws, 'I'V JOHN, W. RICHARD.- pay Jacksonville'by establishing himself this V place. number containing eight large quarto pjijw

    iJt '.; or cloth nwbjch,4fler copulationj-the; females Knives, and Forks, Brittania-Plated Table Jacksonville, Jan%22. 4tf Jan. 15. 3tf .;-.equal to sixty duodecimo pa ires-of misctl-

    .1' lay their i ;eggs.. One female moth or and Tea Spoon., Iron Squares/Pocket Com V ,GREAT laneous and original matter, printed on taperior -

    utter generally lays five hundred eJrn t passes, Drawing Knives Braces,, Socket V ::N0TICE.V NATIONAL WORK.' ,white paper, with perfectly new t"'pe.' A
    Chisels ir- '- AMERICAN
    the male and female .t'LL :MAGAZINE handsome title page and correct,index will
    : remain about six hours persons trespassing on the land of the ,
    i: ,together, during which time they copulate GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. .LL: subscriber, formerly owned by William Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to be tZ- be furnished, and the,work at the end of the

    ! after which tbeyaepnrate. and the female j Coffee, Tea, Loaf and Brown Sugars B. Ross,.and situated on Six ,Mile Creek, in 1 lustrated, by numerous Engravings.BY year of will form'an excellently printed volume

    ,11 forty.elght or fifty ,hours l lay ing.eggs ; Champaiffne, Maderia-Claret-Port and the Territory of East Florida, shall be dealt: THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY,, three four thousand hundred duodecimo>i and sixteen' pages, equal to

    but*the greatest quantity! during the first Malaga Wines, Spices; N. E. Rum, Ameri with according to law. THE success, which,hu attended the pub The .volume"will contain.pl twenty-six ges. piecei
    can Holland JOHN :
    fortyboura. Brandy,Soap,Tabac. Jack YOUMANS of the best Magazines from the of music'for the Piano Forte, &c.: :equal to
    4 Fjom the moment the moths hAve come co Crackeh, Flour, Corn, Rice, Pilot Bread, Butter: qville"Iich: 3. IwljJ English Press, has led to preparations, for is. one hundred of crmmon eheet music, which

    .1 I: out of their cOcoons until the females have Butter Lard, Beef&ee.e: Pork, Codfish, Mackerel,, TEN suing a periodical, more particularly adapted could not' be purchased separately for 'l les
    laid all Figs, Almonds, Ital.son. DOLLARS UEVARDc to the wants and taste of the ,
    their eggs, the roorrumust! be kept ., Apples lIam. lic. American pub than five dollars; and the publichrr is determined
    entirely dark*; the light debilitates them I Onions, &c.'&c., !' Bologna. Sauugc RAN AWAY from the sub V prietors While to make it will be the object of the. pro to procure the simple rather than the
    t and' makes V the work strictly what. its complex and difficult, ,
    ,, them produce but: fuw'eggs, '-ALSO- a Negro man named V title indicates it .
    \ and the Charles, will, nevertheless, contain Although the places no dep publisher
    wormsthat come from them are Drugs and Medicines, Paints. and'agr woman all 'articles'of V : !
    ,. I weakandpuny. .- and Glass Ware Crockery named Dorcas. The man interest lo-its patrons which dance whatever,in the support of it,as a literary

    r ,' When the female moths have donirfl,Jp& Boot*, and a great, Ponder variety' of and article.Shot, to Shoe..nu', V is about forty years old, and appear Extensive; in foreign Magazines. .paper, from its engravings,yet there will
    * the preparations have been be from
    mero to woman thirty-eight The entered presented occasionally, plates copper
    ing all the mention.
    insects into
    eggs be taken both with
    must V_ Artists
    away, -:- _. man is very black-about five and Authors to furnish and wood beautiful workmanship and finiah. -
    r and maybe given as 'food' tb/the fowls.- HARDY II.. PHILIPS. feet nine, inches in from aU parts of the Union, drawings .. Already 'have appeared beautifully
    The ggs must remain on the cloth where N. B.-esmrpaI4 for Cotton, Hide., Deer with theAfrican marks on his face of height J his V and, illustrations of every'subject of interest, 'engraved portrait James FenimoreCO0P",
    I they bays been deposited during fifteen or: Skins, Tallow, Furs. Beeswax, Moss. Deer country. The woman is about five feet- which the publishers confidantly believe'will executed on steel,'and a'chaste vignette title
    f twenty days, until they shall have become Horns, &c.' 11., U. P. nine incites, and rather thick set/ Any enable them to issue a work honorable to its page, engraved on copper. '

    t of an ash or slate color, when they are per Jacksonville,.Jan. 15, 835. 3tf IOn returning them shall receive the above per- title and acceptable to the American People. IU contents will'be VariOu..rited,\t>
    t fectly ripe, and may be considered as good reward HENRY W.' MAXEY. American Magazine is published there will b. a'general' recprflKccurrencei. -
    'eggs JlVn" the ,cloth qr linen SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. Cedar Point, March 4. monthly-each bomber containing between Statistics.. Obituarv notices lEc. &c. to

    4,__ tbldedfa'rid: kept I in a cooT' and dry must' place be, A GREAT BARGAIN is offered;in the ,,, ----- .*- IwlO forty JJoLuas and fifty- imperial. octavo. --F-nAIl.&..-.' -at.,T an"_,. addition' to the Tales,Legends,Essays Trar-

    until it shall be thought proper| to take off ale of a New Sugar Mill, from West IJESIRABLE;, MILL PROPERTY- V It 'compn.e4rOrtrait.perannuxp! payable.., in advance. elliag, Literary, Fugitive and hIi.tnriC4

    I the eggs, ,which is: done by putting the Point Foundry diameter Centre Roller, FOR SALE. Sketches and Biographical Sketches75IoffrapTl ,Poetfy'"oVcTmanng an
    I cloth Into pure water and when two feet two and a half inches,and two outer J j of Public ofdistlaguiihedAmenjcp.ns1 Views 'elegant }paper for the parlor,and for the lover
    IF ly) wetted, scraping the thorough one., one foot ten and ,one-fourth inches. THE Subscriber\ offers for sale hit Saw. Buildings, Monuments, and improvements '- of polite literature, As contributions wpl be
    gently eggs from I with Iron together with the i Landscape secured from of the most
    the taking cogs, points, 4c, M-Jftto of { improvements, acenery-the bound- some popular American
    a set
    cloth less
    care not to and four and
    injure them.
    Kettlel from the noted Foundr1JD.- huoared'and seventy acres of Land variety beauty of which, ,bi this authors.The V
    When thus,scraped Into the water all the known bl name of the Curan Fou4rysz IU1d, attached thereto the greater part of which, country, Win fonn an unceasing source of instruction work will be printed aa-well.and eontain' -

    good 4gs.wUi go to the bottom and the I ranted and proof u insileabl. Iron, 'The. abound. in iuperior Yellow-Pine timber.. i and gnti1ieation; EDgravinga and as much 'reading matter as any similar
    bad, if any will swim at the pacuy of the there are aMut fortyacres cleared dellCription. of the character habits published ,in 'the United!
    top, as men grand Kettle i. and &C. 'of quarto paper. now !
    __ ,..._ three unoroDortJnn.i closed en Birda, BeUla. }'....... ._ __ ..
    tioned_alrave Art. I. )I and ----- -, ._.... ._.._..j.Szty .-._J A. : the improvements eon-__._I.w., ,",'r ._. ,__ with -. -;- ., IIUM.1,& .auaeCUI, together' St.tes( and it caD safely and truly be called
    ',rheegg being thus washed, must be giUon, belDg four to the aet..uawu. aU 01 10 frame tia.ble DwelJjig House, pearly new..uge and everygraphy IU ject connected with the G the cheapest journal of the kInd, ,

    dried in the open air, and when perfectly which, with Coolers, Vats, and a CiJtem t to out bhildinga. The Mil) i. of water UiaLorJ Natural and Artificial re. TTRMS-Three dollars per annum, as tks
    dry the best mode to preserve them is contain thirty honb eada of Syrup will be pri wa. btilt to carry 'two saws though ource' OftlIeCluuVntry,illustrated in familiar paper is i firmly established be paid in ad

    put them into hollow reeds, or canes, perfectly to. disposed of if applied for sbortfyVfoV, at heist but'...... Wen put iD operation. A ae ond and V popular U1aner, VV vance. Two Collars for fix months, to h

    C dry, and closed at the 'two extremities twenty-fiva'per A bus cent tVbwTSt/ c.w.p1.l&: ,small Grist be Mill, could at an in. No. 47, court t'StreeLar Boston BnDlC1 Comp4ay. paid,in advance. ,1
    directed to E. expense 1834.
    with thin B. ,COX Sidon adnnlageoua11 Boston,
    a ,
    piece 'of flaxen On in i
    or :
    cottonlinen Plantation opii ne above :: Editors -
    well .fastened. It, is also the best Manager ,will County, Georgia. (u 11151k rtek, two mUtt property is situat.d'on United ofN *?P Pr. throughout the
    be below
    ,) attendtd t. the ferry 1rhQ will JOHN A. SILTOWAY
    meanito and publish the ,
    transport them from March tw.Ivefrera Bu John' foregoing
    one place to 12. River Pl'OI1pectuai
    the &tExclangestrtft
    another. 4wll atancU' the Mill prom notice the contents of the Real Estate and Merckandize Brol.erI.
    diate11 on
    bQk rthe Creek. time to timeahaJ1 : Boston NUl.W'LL .
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    A further puon la deemed to the first entitled ._ ,
    VII. Or cocoon INTENDED' NOTICE. unneee Tolume.
    r and bujinf
    attend to the selling
    :fn 'order' o, prevent the cocooiw fh.ro ALL persons indebted to the subscribers, SPSS- examine Any Person remitting the Agent, by mail, Estate, Jn every part of theUNted

    being perforated by the moths escaping bI vote or book a.eCOUDt, are re. post paid, Ten Dliars, shall receIve six States. ,'People desirous of emigrating

    ,from them, which greatly 1 leeseos their and quested, ,Jo letfle the Am, withoutlldtlal; I as cOp1e the for one yar-*nd continued u long from one part of the Union to another,
    no credit not di.
    value/it Iinecessary kiU the moths.VThU'is .-...., after thelat. of rif\. at. their. store po.edotbtlLe firstoCAuguztn.jt will A liberal money regularly forwarded. can always receive correct information t>j
    generally done by baking in February. then be 1.I4II.for one or two ytara. andtrative well price'WlU J be paid for appropriate applying at hi. offics.. H. will receive: orders .
    oywbyembutthbeatmodewbIo Q BLANCHARD & RIDER.JsatuoylMui V .' : THOMAS I wnUea s2tiChes, or Arawinra, iUu.- for various kinds olll.re.han"aedeli.e
    i ,.. tlJatbouriUt, 1835.V 6tf BROWN. subjects possessing fa.ereaL at any pert./ the Union, CovsnuuucatioBStddres
    ::;'1'" ,' .$..; BUekC &Feb. 2.I .'" \ 8 *
    r: '' -.. 3w6.f ,. D.c.1183i!.PtioDl..ceind at this OMMo .dl.. him will,U promptly attend*
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