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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: December 3, 1841
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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JAMES 2![. GOULD. St. Aufiiisiiic, Friday, December 3, 1811. \ \ ,' ;.:
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From
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old affair the Bank of ,
l'LASTiR CONFEDECACY. 1
[ like a scene I once saw 'in Nithsdale.fro A STORY OF MOSEYED "ILLA T. TILE CEEAT SJIJ the reorganization j
tory boys from different schools met one fine .But a little more than a year ago, a large mo- Remember these facts' l't, hat the penny pa- da. The parties engaged in of red dog t -
the ice. They eyed each other with ney institution, iu one of the central cities of the per called the !y New York iSun" is the great of it, it appears' are,I a confederation bankers of f ''
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of this State, shinplaster
indignant looks, and with' defiance on United States, impressed with gratitude towards: centre of shinplaster confederacy, who arc bankers the president

I ada brow. ,"What are you glowrin at, Billy"Vbat's ? an eminent financier, for the inestimable disco. engaged in buying up broken banks to galvanise Maine and'' Maryland bank who, headed is located by m the Sun ,
that to you? I'll look where 1 have) ajniodtan' very made by him that paper is always better afresh and issue a shinplaster currency to of nlrcd.dog i Bank of Jacksonville '
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hinder me if you daur." A hearty than silver and gold, voted him an amount of the people. 2d, That the "IUls| : r Manufacturers offiac. It' appears .that with nominal .
1835 a capital
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blow was the return to this, and then such a silver plato*whlch weighed a ton. It was inf4ctatonof Bank is the parent of this confederacy.3d i was'chartcrcd in nominally ,
of this 37,500 was 1
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Bank FloridaIs 74,000
battle began! It being Saturday, all! the boys wrought silver. It was no dilfer.encu That the Jacksonville ot East into operation .
of both schools were on the ice, and the fight instantly where the silver came from-whctnl.t: it just resuscitated and ready for issuing. 4th, paid up. The Bank did not go concerned t
which time,
until: 1837 at a person
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became genera! arid desperate. I asked was coined from the pittancies of widows and That thcSusquchannah:: Bridge Company another Maine had a new
5th with the Bank of Old Town, '
of the party what they were pelting the orphans,'whether it were the rank rewards and concern-negotiating to commence from .v
one that Bank engraved
Mother for what they had done to them! *O spoils villauy, or the humble gains of daily That the agents of this chqu4 are now all over new set of plates of amount of bills with- '' :. '

-Jiaethingat a', man; we just want to give thema honest industry. It was silver-and in place of the south and west, buying up cotton, rice pork, which were struck large of the Old Town Bank.- t ..
rood tbrashin," After lighting until theywerti a' tor\ of silver abstracted, from the vaults of the anything, tor these bank bills which may be out the knowledge Thompson & 4 .
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t exhausted, one u( the principal heroes bank, there were left immense piles of printed, quoted for a few weeks: at par or li per: cent in 'l'hese.biliis' were pledged taken ; l-1 f
and the proceeds were .
issued the Barker as'genuine, ,
U. S. Bank Detector also at 9
: stepped.turth between, covered with blood, ajidbisclothes pictured paper notes, which did not represent the who,started the Banlc ofJacksonville'as ..;. ,. '
/ torn to tatters and addressed the btl. silver of value, but only debit on each pictured "Sun" office. j I 5O1t1by theoperator in connection with : : '
i ._. ..., Tu l ia tho'latest and most impudent shinplas its president, I'i "" :
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;* *bine*"?>\ lt.l'U irflf*tf ..p lial. ;.cinNcrutf h&tiindct'tndacK, :proudlyjxXrud :& Bank, located at 14 :' .. .'"
Savings
deviled. Let the public the Bridgeport. '
"wc1ido" e;It' )'e.Jet us if lane'we'lflet! ye n figured palace, complete in its marble.. proportions tcr confederacy ever 1 Wall of the small shinplaster companies .
street, one
Jane," 'l't.re) was no more ot it; the war was -the home of the immortal credit system, well beware. ,. j,, 'plenty during: the suspension. The :'\ :.s; .. .
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and the scattered to their:& ] and the throne,of the moneyed autocrat rev. I -
I .at an end, boys away Jacksonville concern then issued a large amount ..l/ .'. .
the time and have oftenfbouglit er. MORE SIIINPLASTER C1RKENcv.OnVcdnes-
play; 1 thought at of which the following is a '
bills of .
since, that that trivial.r'ttl'rayliS the The scene now changes to the private mansion day the two small dying papers-called theSun of one O'- ", ., \ "' I. ,r rI -

kstepitome of war in general thJtt 1 have ever of "the great' financier," in one of whose' and. 'l'riluuc-as well {as the big bloated copy,: ... 'I ,>.. ...,' ;;'4J .
seen. Kings and ministers of star. are Justasetiofgruwnup lofty rooms. shun the ton of silver. The financier I Courier," all came out in full blast, pulling up g 000000000000000000000:000000000000000000000 I', ','
children, exactly Life the children had a son who had sought and won the affection = thc Jacksonville Bank of East Florida as having C o I 'Q' ,.f, t ':.

; 1 speak tit, with only this material ditllirnce of one of the must i beautiful and resumed specie payments; but the Sun "- g No.GOT. FLORIDA. c. President&"" -Director- 1O1'igtiPlte '. ., '<;" -.
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: that, instead of fighting out thin needless; plished,daughters of'his native state nccom\\ that shinplaster concern earl> \excellence, has the \ : -.- Vignette;: a fS | <, .'' .. .. :

quarrels they have raised, they sit in safety and and bite too, was: the grand child of one I: following exquisite article of(tolderol : g g"l' steamboat: droveofiheep y -o o .' "' .:':' .
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look on; houuli on iKtr tout'ce.lt but servile generals the rc\'olutiola-one of the illustrious and schooner. t' vvrw ao '. ,.
Mil'j' lcb..t bustle; ol.uJ.n, alter a wttbte jof veterans; who fought: side by side with Wash "SPECIE PAYMENTS' -JACKSOVVILL BANK. g_ ';, ) -.& C o. of \ 5 g I .. ;.
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Lluud and b.easuretre glad to make the 'JoY,: ington, und who, at his: death, had his honest We learn with pleasure that the Jacksonville "5 The D\NK UfJACK80NVILL I 3 g 3, i .' : .

i conditions: ".U }'c'II Itt us alane, we'll lc.'. ye name given to one of the counties of the great, Hank, of Florida, has resumed specie payments' k::; Promise to pay ONE DOLLAR to J. B. i 2} o : \ '. .
uhne.'-The Ltlrick Shepherds Lay :SSefiituns..] state that shall (preserve, his faino inviolate for. i on all its liabilities. It has: set a worthy example g ? Horton, or bearer. on demand.: < t' gJACKSONVILLE. ; .
Ycr.. Not only were her allections gained, but to the hundreds of delinquent banks scattered g Aug. 1, 1837. --8( ,

EXTRAORDINARY YoOTK,-Among. the lULU),v the troth of the financier's; !son>> was pledged to over.the south, and appears among, them 0 ___ -' J : "; .
buys employed for the different purposes of her. to make her his own forever. like a green spot in the desert. The general o New' England bank note to Boston.ONE. o ,, j I 3 o.g' .
calculating on the Ordnance Survey of Ireland, The shine of the ton of silver was dazzling. suspension at the.south and west is ruining the g ONE. 'J. B. MORGANPres't. S ; 0 \ .

there is at presen one, named Alexander twin, Sne was seduced by the financiers son in the prospects of those fair regions pf%country moreefleetually J. UjUTTiRioy.Cash'r. o g., .

.only eight years old, and a native of Derry, i'iouse of his father, and when the damning fact than any injury that ever occurs to 0000000000000000000000:00000000000000000000 g t" i }

\vhoseubilitiesalhis early age, are truly surI came out, although even then the son was still their; crops trout natural causes A res umplion E;
concerned
I j risifl{. lit has got by rule the fractional logarithms .wi Mine. by marriage, to repair\ the wrongs I he on the part ot such banks. as are' able to resume. The agent of the Bank in New Stock York was and Exchange j"l'"
from 1 to 1000, which he will lepealin doc her, yet he wits 'forbid by the financier.tu and u liquidation by thu-rest' wouiu operate,line in the New York Joint shop, ";;

.. regular rotation or otherwise, as the interrogator -,, do tfxw: and was suddenly I sent a away to rhiropewheri enchantment iu restoring prosperity{ wilhi'n a Banking Company, a shin of plaster the Jacksonville "
mny please= lo put the questions.. olt is ct-Kj : he still remains and the poor broken fuw ::.hul'llilullths. ; Now that ';''one bank has:; determined and he hadj33S,000\ : of the funds Bank in.: r)(' -

. tainly w. uhlonishing: thiulc ,su tender a mind hearted girl, the most beautiful in a city rcnowcd I to lead;the way, wd hope that others Batik, which he pledged with a their.;, .
found .
am retain, with such: tenacity and corn.ctnci.*;, for beauty, rich in family lamp, but poor in I will soon tull w. We learn ,pat the Jacksonville Paterson New Jersey, whence they immediate .:-;:- '

Steven ,figures of fill answer, (lIc'ordind lo their' watlhuld now .a Logger in reputation, wa* i Bank has made ample l arrangements to way back to Florida; and were the time the i : ; < h .,'.

_, different variations,) 'for 1UDO numbers : His turned! oi/t of those fin,,; and opulent circles, ; carry out und maintain its resumption in spiteof cause of this explosion. Since that revive .
cupidity, and correctness in the various calcula where she had moved as a star of delight and all adverse circumstances. It has: fortitied President has.been busy Endeavoring to at / *', ';
lions of trigonumutricul distances triangles, brilliancy In the mind of the finnncier,she itself in the strongest manner 'possible, and has it, and has ''R art1any j I I succeeded. individual The mats named : '- -I

.&e. u'ejimay.ingly; beyond any thing we have was A 11I. )t\'S4J note-a returned'and unaccepted made. 'angements, for drawing bills of .ex: the Sun office had employed an and look out/ : 4
ever witnessed.' lie can, in loss tliali.cue lIIi l. bill of cxc.'I IIge, a dishonored dratt change both upon this city and Europe. All its Bean to go down to Maine", for an/ ': \

ate, make a return in antes, roods, perches, &c Since that tune; the pangs bankruptcy}', liabilities will be redeemed at ,home in specie ; for some small Bank that would, answer the .

! of:any quantity ot laud; by giving him the sur- I like an armed ivan in but pursuit, have overtav' awl in this city ite imtcs will in rCJceincd a! one awl operation." \ While that agent was absent employed, ,, i '. ,
"e'oll'chained' distances while the greatest urithmeiician ken the dwellers of the inarblu palace of Mamj Q half Ia evict, (l' rll/lilt. The Brokers will buy Florida aflai'r offered.itself: lIethp.n, I i. t ta .

Z with all his: knowledge, will take j inon, who grnntix.1: their! !nutucrnt the ton of silver th'-m at that rate, \vlueh is lliq same as for thc fellow recently) concerned in the NewburyportBank liabilities;of i t

certain' : and. $>ore: as' acid is Just, there will yet bo flutes of the Charleston: banks, the only other affair, to buy up a few of the Lifo and AI < I
institulions of the south." the Bank, and $ ,000 of Southern .
[" .. tribulation and angush.in the domestic hall of I I specie (paying : to constitute me- cape T..1, /of the c
certificates
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p 1.aTnAoRUtuaav: rum.thin she last the This iron is hearted not a tin\lh fancy: -aer.sketch'-Sliltc1Ics! free row what is the mcan'iigiof I all this new \ Bank in Florida. Thus prepared, the President '
the parties \ 1
f+:w day a [IK.-ISUU of the name of Pan toe. up.I Trader. movement of tin ncc 1 these ambiguous givings went back to "start the Bank, and ih \\f'

rw' wards of seventy: years of age, 'has become un out these niysterioushints Is it another'Ueiinington have advertised ,to redeem the circulation'' be like I : : ;
I inmate nf St. Giles workhouse! and the following concern-or Millingtou-or Shaving- I Wall street. : The only object seem / to I. ;1 :

I ; isu tutu related: by him rcspectln: ;; a matrimonial The Albany Microscope tells of an old super. ton I that of'all other such operations to get up suf.a !I Ificicnt .
until ,
", '\ affair in which he had been engaged : animated bedbug in that city who has bitten so A few words will set this: affair in the clearest I I meretricious''reputation temporarily, circulation a ; :

-It appears thai he is a widower, by trade \u i long and so much that his muniments: have got light.The I quantity of the bills are got into J.I ;f!. ,j
: shoemaker, and formerly resided at I'c tterbu'r, outof order, and he is obliged to have recourseto Bank of Jacksonville, situated some- .' and then allow it to cxplod'I t

Enh'eld. Some:months ago a friend culled upon stratagem in order to satisfy his thirst for where iii the SWat.lpS of East: Florida where ,; .! :

\. him, und told him that hu knew of t omcihmg blood. Last week, happening to overhaul ahealthy Osceola was caught, was chartered in 1335-but Q ANECDOTE OF THE UEVOLCTIO i.-Col. William i. -

-. which, if he liked to undertake the ]I' art required I country fellow, whose veins were 'tilled : as Florida wasa Territory: : Congress never confirmed Williams, a Delegate in Congress from Connecticut I ,; I : .
of him, would be to his pecuniary 'udv lIt-: with the sanguinary: Jluidl! 1 he immediately took the law, its legality doubted. Its cap- after' having signed/the Declaration of l .t

.age. llelhen said that a lady, l tee 1 forty j i< u fancy to him. But, alas! he could not bite ital was ST.J.UUO.; J In 1S7: ;! the bank had a nominal Indepcnce, said to one of his companions: '-Ifwo i 1{ t "

and fifty years "l'ursofu t>, who live;t'l in LO I. j J him. What's to be donA} happy; thought capital of <$3oUUO in nu'lcs, and about are defeated in our struggles for Independence -: i i '
to Iudea the fellows ) circulation, according to the report. It work will make bad work forme. I f
dun, had hud a large sum of money. willed struck him. lie piterimage.to !,UtlO ence, thnsd / .
( took out his jackknife, continued in this position till about eighteen | commission in the rebel army ; I : i' (
held
. her, but she could not enjoy it unlCisrhc married breeches pocket 1 have u ; } "," : '
; that she had an aversion to a ma tried I life, \I II opened it, returned, and .subbing him with itfuctened months since, when itexplutlcdanti; paid about have written.fo'r the r rebel newspapers; 1 amthe I I i :'".
I but he had: mentioned Pardoo's' name l 3 thc'l l lady's himself into the gaping wound and a shilling: in the dollar. Since then it was considered son in law of a rebel Governor, and now I .' : ) I !

j solicitor, who wished to have an interviewIK I drank its (ill. onu of the dead und o d-i d," until recently have affixed''my name to this rebel- Declaration.j ; i' : f :

I with him; and to make a proposition. Purdue I I a clique of currency doctors who move :.Iy sins are therefore too great to be par-one u. I I Iby i t I: a : t
. I replied that he was willing to bucngag ed many I I A New Orleans: paper states that there i is in round the penny' "Sun":: here; purchased this our'royal master, and I then must be hnn;: :i 0 llieve

way,and having disposed'of what lull 3 property j that city a hog with his cars set so far back that l.Iank-galvanized. its remains had a new set ed." The other gentleman answered : "I 1 be. "", )

. I he possessed, he came up to town an :d waited he can't bear himself squeal, except when he is of plattsumde in this city--and are now readyto that my case is not so desperate, for I haMM .i II III

.. \ upon the solicitor, with whuse name and' address ; running backward; issue &1UOAHH of this Florida swamp money :i had no connexion) with the army,,nor can it be '; I

: he had been made acquainted, >nd \vho. upon{ the butchers, bakers and mechanics of proved thai, heretofore I have written or done ,\ "

.. ioU him that ihe. ludy would marry such [a MATIUMOXV.-The following; beautilul extract I this city. For the prsent, it is announced" that I! any tiling ''olJt oxlUUS lo the mother country.-"Then .; .. ... \ I \
, persttnasbimsclfbut; would nut live \\ ith I him i H from "Family IxicturcsVby Mrs. N. tin money\ will tic redeemed: at H per cent 8 t The immediate und prompt reply was : \ I

, after( the n-remony had been perforn. cd, arid Sproat.ofTntinton! ilris.achuetts--.t great the brokers' oUic(") but who arc the brokers sir, you de efa to be hanged" :
,e that he must immediately afterwards L e readyto I' I'lIrtionufthc xvretcluiess which has; often cmliittered Is it iho'Suu 'ollice This hopeful concern is j i ', I
I ''of id } marricil lilV i I,am persuaded hit s orijjinated : also said to have resumed specie: payment!?.- t .. ., :: I I
\ bign with her, a deed separation, .ai! con I ; + are !kept pious by ',,, : '
MannCr""ns '
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in tritlles.=. Connubial hnppint'ss in the swamps'of }East: Florida, j : ', "
cluded i the the neglect / '
- I by asking him if he was vrilliug; in ;u : Specie' payment without possessing any virtuous '. rt
tb"" occupation ; : l'
he isi of tot line a texture .to be Handled Cof. Worth is lighting the.Indian Who -
i terms! to tIC the' bridegroom! Pur.duin, 5 ioU ) thing where nWives as|washerwomen have clean hands "
1 s-botdd& icccivJA: the sum of -'40( and he t'honldsubsequently' l ritu::.lily. It i is a plant which will not eve nlnar will go there to havu thu notes redeemed, when repugnance to dirt. 't ,: f' .
llow 'r, I them Oh gullibility, how without any particular ': : :1 .'
'' l c assistc-d with money*hi_ lull ho I : the tcnihot"unkiiikio.ss: n delicate ( the brokers refuse :
require it. "Pardiie acquiesced to the p n'IIII>i- ,. which indillcrenee u ill clull) and suspicionI'htst. ,far; will you go ', Tllfi THE FINANCES \ I '
- iiunnml, b}' n1p(Hiitmeut went, aceompau red I liynnttorney .',' It imut b., waton-d 1 with. a >!io\ver oft Couple! with this thu fact that tho name of M CONDITION' OF Post introduces the I :, .; I .Y
with the plow of attention taken olV the imprint of the. Sun. Tho New Yjirk Evening t ;I
:' to horn he had made kulin tliufirctimManccs +'ndri'atft' ou,cXl'allJ"t Y. Beach" is account of 'z (
I ut fbinhs and with tho impregnable barrer that of :M. Beach, a' allan probably, exulting remarks ot the Tribuhe, on 'I
I to the l lijiuso S ot a n-gisi: far guarded and young I would be cast on t11f. I ,
c,I : deaths nnd marriages, w.cre! he foutid : nt'unshaken confuk-nce. Thus nurturcil, tI not of age, is put in its place. In c advise: the the embarrassiiieals which the following apt \ : t I; -"\

I the lady and her solicitor anxiously wait! nhsarrival ; ;| I will bl-Mjiii in every season of life, and sweeten public to look sharp: alter Jucksoville, Florida', ''successors of ,the whigs: with :I'n ; ,

\ {, his intended, bride being clo>ely veiledwuichpievented ;! II even the loiieline.of declining years." I swamp lIIullc-alsl", thc Ulster Manufacturers' ;i illustration : b-1 X-c had time : \ \ ...
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;,, him !from having more than I Iun I .'\ old reprobate } ;;
oar t with celebrated I I I.mlihauthor I i time to make Im: will,consoled lastmoment-s- .', I,;. '..
imJll.'rkl'l'icw of her features.. A Ii ccnil: \ A Yankc-adming: a : ii Bwk'C reflection.. that his heirs :;,;" > :' ,
being I provide!, the form of marriage was rOle, made the l luw'iug observation 011 he. 'observe that the B.mk of Jacksonville, with the benevolent find his affairs in the : .'
hated l would 0
- through bythe registrar, and at its conch lion I', holding; aatuc of Venus.. which hc thunalt; Florida) ; has been resuscitated j'This concern \ whom he that out of his mortgages \ ; ; ::r.r.' :- c' .
she had been informed would bo the cas e, the !i puticlliulr{ well.place'tl!: '1 say, ynu'\'c 'gut'a 1 1i was: chartered in ISi'i witli a capital of r'S 73.tKX ; ,- completcct confusion, : so &C., with whuh.bo 1 I I -.: .. ti

oa'"i deed ot separation' was produced!, to which .1'olhheand 'i tarnatiu" good IIx fur, that 'ere stomie! hal." I,. ), and went into operation: afti.-r' the sSpenHI ; t tl.sIIurcrs. '' : contrived, debts, assignments to entangle ,his estate the young \ !i iJ jt .: :: .
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the lady nflixed their signatures, alu-r;r.. i in l .a!t Its condition was then as follows: hardly!' he able to pick enough t"
liich'flm lady, wMiing him good( mornin ?, r i- I "I can't find bread tor my family," said n lii: i 1 ./ \i i rascals would atl'ornies.' \ 0"1i :.- -: t

- ired. Theiilforne.y, : he, (I'ardoe) had thei 1 I MJ- zy ;;ruins tin company. "Nor "l 1," replied" a I Loans 82j.UCO; to pay their of journals' ofthe .. ;; :..... .1.
paged,handed Jwn.o'cr,.C.W. which he ha d fir-. jolly miller, "for lain, obliged\ to work for it/' Due bv Banks / 1MNote ; (| In, a like tl'luper.the some recent election I in this j .'. ij I ::--

II.1.-. cilvrtlonthepart of the bride, from her s( licit. ; ;-t.. / 21Ijl! ; party l I Cll.'all'ul.nt i[ the financial embarrassments j 0, 1 "

'" >r, and he has nut, since received! any con inul-- A young lady ono night at a party, was much Specie[ -I 11':w(. State; are chuckling at projects half finished, tho \ 0 j .
the <
,{italian t from the! pnrt il'8-t? The above naui" nied annoyed by the impertinent remarks nfacox- I \-..' expensive bonds to provide forwhich'l !
'hisinarriagq: portion, being all expei did, comb"xvho'sat 'nor her! at 1 lengthbecoming: ; ti- t 807,101 debts to pay, und tile the: have dismissed from .. .- ?t J, s

, iKl being too infirm to follow his trade, he .was red and! vexed, sho turned) !towards him with'an I ,ii.bililics.; ; ; those i whom people their successors. j.. ..

oligcdto make application to the parish ot S:;:!. i I angry cnimteiiancc and said, "He pleased sir, toj Capital, ,$37r>00 .. power (leave as a legacy who has to demised. wa a I i" :- (

I IK i 'ilcsto which he belongs anti> the result h.%.. j I cease your impudi-ncc." The fellow was a,ton- Circulation, .- t 7,000' Tho bid gentleman hi his day, wasted his '

.0> l been! his admission into the work-house.--I. nJ-. i..IH"tt80\ sudden a rebuke\ and could only re- Dcposites, + 31,471 terrible old spendthrift of ,embarked # : .
tints extravagance
ik'rtint nit paper. < : I ply. "('ra)'. miss do not cat me."" hUe in no Trolit and,Loss 1,130 property| the in all of nil manner, : {of speculations, t :- : ,
in projects t.
, l tiar'shc replied, i 1 am a Jewess. :
: thing he could lay -
,-. ,S5A tts.-The editor of the Concord ia (Li! 'uana.lntelJigcucer I S7.V)71) mortgaged and pledged: every at last to resign his : '. ; 't, i. .
t and when obliged! ; '
) : ouisiana Had e- I that lit J. Morgan,, his hands "
I were
A says Svsir-ATHV 1.ADOhEIS.-.1:: working man I The officers, nt IF' 1 heirs, congratulated himself !-
J ghtful country, but very snak)'. Our ofli a end recently fell from a building! m-ar Queen Vie.tni President, J. (iuttursnn" ,pishii-r. Tho i concern! : +'state:lo his legal it! ( asto give them a great ; ;

r I sleeping room are so nearthat they may I Ipid w, i i ria, and w.ns; dashed to leath in her sight.; Tho continued lo du -small-bu-iite s until 1 ban, that he had managed so' 0. t 11 .
i to be,inside n cotton field. Every night o t t1 London Globe: says of iti "We are' happy to when it entirely exploded, and tho bills sold in deal of embarrassment.: \ l : '
..trftb oing to rest we have to shake the snakes out o slate though her Majesty was much alarmed 1 this market at 10 cents on the do lar. A large 1' 1 somcbo- : .-
r t & tll'di consider it amusement to kill thrci : remained uipaid.. On.? MODCSTV.-Madame: : do Genlis says :'I I
. d ; we and excited, no pcrmai.cnt injury in her :Majesty's ; amount of its liabilu:; s : books -
'cd" 0 four before petting to sleep. What makes us I health i is likely to result." This is like \ W. Hydcr was large v indebted to the 11auk.i 1.t I 1. j'dy reproved' her librarian for placing the i.. tiI >

rite nbonlsnakes is, that we have just been : the woman whose lap doe! bit, a piece ",'it of a i i.t >ttlet! l I that.\llilltn! the forr'rr 'l shier.Judgu !I written by main;{and female" authors she, upon"witbout < .. j t f'

\, rttirbed by a long garter crawling: our table: :I ti'.ittPr'sleg.I 'I'oor.d( "ar lctlin...' '!sail hi. t, Doggett t ;: hart, and other:, .ifctit. luncenud. in I i s; mt.dhclf.4evcr do it' said : '
I "kingratUcr Wee I Ib 'Uiciiii' a prayer book bc'.twccn. thcnt. ., ,.. t "
free with e\Jr ncwspnpjrs. I' mistress hi I h'-'pe it will !nut make: liim'tick- ,{ .: .' >'
> an jJc'inof getting npa snake.museum." \ I / t : \ '
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toA ,'lOO' '. A..w."" .il L -- Mayor of, this city in 1822, whose court vat 1 I I which had remained unquestionx. near "Still Harping on my iAt i l";

4qtr T ST. AUGUSTINE : a court of common law jurisdiction, and, in the Staie Department, and the the same time and place Wi tllaa "

I. this be was on the 17th October, 1831, of'a competent court T. disprove the Harrison burnt President in elect ofT the0a. t

''-' .. 1 Friday, December 3. J x'1. again as citizen by the Superior Court of i Smith produced four witnesses who Oft.lce holders effi/and Y these the V aa s .

.' JI, I., .j ';', ,. Principles and the People.." Florida. Some time after, Mr. 'L. showed swear on what day.Moses E. Levy did tamed in office."JA ,, Yerl -I r I IIfrePutationcouldconvr

,.: !..I... ..* certificate of the court to his legal ndvis Florida-two of them thought it was in ct falsehood Ii. ,;.
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New York, and they promptly and nnt there might be some comfort iSES
87 We call particular attention to the follow. ia so>
.."-' ,'. told him it was utterly void, on the ground did the committee dqVhy, in ing the above gricvrncc i Certam' 1
l'IIo. !' of DAVID LEVY be-
of the
ing explanation case ,
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1 there had been no previous declaration by some unknown motive, (for there is Democrats burnt a Jog cabin .
1Iii, Jrot/ ... taring it to be correct in particular, so last y '
._ 4;1 every tention, in the manner required:by acts of ground in them printed reportthey vhig upon it, to show[ their disgust : eib
,'I.... -, _. tar as circumstances are now known. I
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C. resolution Mr. be
to
.. Levy
IN -- a declaring skin
. 11" '. 1".. gress. mummery going forward into .ltJ

jo. .a!. .- '... I w,..=., # :"u. The Case of David Levy. M. E. Levy, who is a man of;;jcccentric 'But Congress refused to i adopt i it, by but no office holde whig or loco.foc la4
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to have considered himself l< him to prove the record at the coming thing to do with it. We -
;:X now
.I.- appeun challenge -
',:: ;" "- ; We said in our laSt,that when a lie gets into I 'tcta"
: !. The hu had forgotten-his faith in name one. .
', < Treaty '
't""iI" ''
. : ; the world, it is astonishing how difficult it fo to '
i r R '. :. ". .. .: ."" son's ordinances had been staggered, and he to prone the record, for upon this the As for the effigy it I was a i'l
I the lio out ot the world. If, therefore a mongrel ma4
'y ?? t'I'. get discovered his tail naturalization to be Ii"t stands. The record is a plain re intended to : a U
. 4 gure represent
M : .: .tft&SS&l i.j JeW individuals in St..AugWitine' have taken it a whig, u
; ; \ i5t jo.i About this time, boo, a change appears to a true record ; nor would there be any nothing military or bat could denote
into their heads that DAVID LEvy is an alien is
'
.. '. ;,-... -. it come over the spirit'of his dream. He the matter, were it not that the still about it, nor had the whigs '
"tiol 1' it wonderlul that we find it difficult to the any right t
; get
ov.. ..i'r. I- .'.,n'1.;p!, .Io't impressed with u sentiment common with Mr. Smith, (who himself pays all Harrison,unless they perceived I
.i .: : ". .I.'ItJik :" ir whim out of their heads !f ain rejs
,
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: '; ; .., "i of his persuasion, that he was only a '! ) has sent:on a further deluge of affi its
' j" *II'I' .: ..-. ; ..'. .' : 1oi' ,1 J o. Fur this little clique we do not write-our being amanof I straw.
: tj :4r. '; in land, and not a citizen who b who swear positively that they
a strange persons Rig your halyards gentlemen
',',.: '., ;; : .JiM ". words wuuld be as unavailing upon their ears and bOia"
' I>' \ g ., claim and exercise political rights. of the matter. Stfme saw M. E. red fiag once more. Do tell '
"o _" r. us
., agaia teat
I ;. -.Ii a* the words of Moses and the Prophets ; but as
'j.. : r.iW ".;> :ot% opinions be openly expressed, uuu they \ the first time in 1821, some in 1822, ant story about how an office-holder' r"+
the case of DAVID LEVY is to be brought be-
", ,' s.... .' ". n Jf1IiIi bo the persecution which has followed his sou. not for eight years alter. The idea of see his friends eat rdast oysters... You W .1
M *i5iW1 lore CongroM, and will possibly noticed in
{'/ '< ,d. JO i! The sou, D \VIU. LEVY, the present ) idle opinions against a record i is sin it so long out of prim,that we've quite f ?
in the
of the
,. = '. ; 't some form by must newspapers lorR
,i' from the"'! eratorIt' Florida, was ,
; GATE preposterous nor can we suppose any it. -
: S "I"' jp"\ Union, we wish to state the facts, that all may I
"" 'J ,. lw?* in Norfolk \ iu 1t 1U. and
( : t. iIi \ .; 'M'.c'lt school irglUia, of Congress will consider them of
.' -. ,. ,i ) ..w.o".r '- 1): read or write upou it uudcrstandingly. lather O We trust the Herald from which; -
'' 1i. i. Florida in 1927, when hu jOlUctl'ni importance. .
V%" t as Xt MOSES E. LEVY, (tbu lather of David Levy) a is mistaken in regard to coo
lt any peaioa
was planting tug cuuutry. The old et is, Moses E.Levy arrived in St. Au : W-ttt
r', t fI ti !t { tit dative ot Morocco; of the Jewish persuasion I highly respectable citizens of Florida '
oI.t5 I' wished him to become a farmer, because the day of cession, or the';day before I ,
I i t' 0 It .4 'I ,, "i.it' 'y ., iJ married, aud nettled iu the Island of St.Thomas Hart and.Doggetv w th the Jacksonville
..tI'oIt -s ;I. ". was u becoming pursuit tor their abused not how long he may"have resided in *
TM 1 }}+ W?' where his four children mere born. About theyear
'M't 'ItI n.'VIW. 1. ,;Mo' suasion; but the sun was aspiring- : prclt previous. So reads the record,''and though "Of 4,000 votes avid L'eTYad
."" ..pN':4 \, # 1818 ht went to reside at Havana, where : Iu1)1, _
ffi..w I.: .t ; rising to dialiuctiuu by the study of the may produce witnesses. who think it votes. -,\ell;$. l .
.. i".Ll. "" wishing to become a citizen .of the United tub up your arithmetic good folks & j
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I'" 1'1r.. establish colonies ol -llaniioiiiles" upuu as many can be produced who
.w" *? .. _'" ,,) : I. States and.the treaty: for the cession of the Territory the few hundred: that have omiitc' _
. '. t .r-,' .. .. '-'I- piuu principles, in Alucbuu cuuut). Upon earlier. Such.is the natural. effect of you .N
... . -'lItiI : ., being in pmt pass: he on the 3d of August I CUll lose nothing by :truth on this tack. '
.
< .y with the lather discarded the sun as human
f_, reuce, twenty ars upon memory, i
,,,,'1.. ;i 'f: 'jIj )J 9 .. .1WI .. 1820, purchased Iroin F. M. Arrcdondo two i
1 _. t" t' r" uiiMorinyof his race, and overdue, by ': that Moses E. Levy persists that he' '
x "v. r. ..U" "! A distinguished warrior
} ( tracts or o.f land in East Florida;!contain. writing ag-4i
; tW. i, ri7.@o/'- ri-: ,.1f*: :, .._' _, ; : tag 52,900 grants acres for .ihe um 825,000, with iug doubt on' the quealiou citizenship, ; but ol what importance is his J.evyr. Washington\stated thai he was
rr li'It I into the hands'ui his sues ; the his
& ; : ," ., a condition to 810,875 additional in event played present prejudice, to rights of by the division ol hlSOlpOl1elltf. Did "the fcn j
l'Q .. pay 10 impede his progress m the hoiioutuie : may think what he pleases, but hav-
hernaiukz
| of .
.' never hear one ,jiow|
"t w6 of the suooioti :
law I proposed being duly consumma.
f b., .' 4 f marked out lor hu>uelt. i \ his children in 1021, they cannot elected once 1Jt.-c'JcJ his opponent died faIhe
.o.'I :
.'\ ,' ; { 'Yf' ; li 4, ted.The Au unprotected and "discarded boy, i :f their rights except by a party-par. :
I1t.r : ti d
1. and Florida people couuncnc: voting.
consummated
I 'AI i '1 "jtffffeS&: 1 ; \; 1..01 JJgr.Ii i iI treaty was LEVY wojked lima way till hu was admitted ( : which a more just tribunal would I .
.. til r was delivered to tho United States on the 17th -
;. '\. ; !:. ; ,..t. i-i' bet in 1% l. His industry, talents, and : : Indian.i 1

:,,:..i' ,' '., Q. .fj ttl' r'r.:' "r.\I. : day of July, 1821, upon which day or shortly him into lite. 1 I I ,'
,, \ rity soon brought political LOID.to catch '.Imtian Some of our citizen* discovered
an lodial1l..p
\f. previous M. E. Levy, arrived: to take JpoaCssion I .
i
&4. :{ JF ...:. of his property,and claim'the political rights ItiW be was elected to thu Territorial : ; ; Mrs. Glass, in her i inestimable at Maiauzus 25 miles south of this ,city'a'
; tive Council and in Ic&ti to she : !
" ." "'. r ..i.*..";))2a ;.-. an American citizen, which the treaty guaran- : the subject of preparing excel len Thursday and oue off them, saw iwo Iul ai, |1

1:1 ...1'1'.. 'I.. .V"' ",'.> "". 'f J ".".> ?,. ". "."&o ."1, 'IJ'a. ccd to all I the inhabitants. forming a Constitution for the people of the table, commences her i instructions, man and a buy, walking in the road. Souiefcr'
1'oi "
: .:. l.I*..' j 'R'ftN'r -df. 'II'"'"' ; :._. I" The treaty operated per se in constituting all rida.At a rabbit, with the following prudent weeks since a banting party found iu the ;tag
V thi last election there I '
)i fm s happened
ires'h
ti- :' <.em. rc. 1 1lfiW .frA. inhabitants of Florida citizens of the United -First catch a rabbit. neighborhood u I bids wueru rue lai4. .
,. "Y'r 1.1 .a-;" \ another candidate, known us Peter &keu: I
: "IoI-"" : i t. "f' ",'. (" ,. States it mattered not to What potentate they body knows that an Indian is the best had just killed a beet
;. !W i 1.w one of those people| who are always Indian but the trouble Thus there rtmai j'nodoubt'' that bDllIi4iz
.r tS. l owed the an camp, is, how
ti ,
r'n' >! Jjfl'v previous allegiance, though as Span t.
With lire-brand'; I'
III burn their lingers u '
" 1i1 ." ish Governors had an off-hand process for naturalizing the Indian. LURKING NEAR THIS CITY, OS they hate
. c ". I M" t : W f\.W citizens it is 'probable that nearly all they can destroy' other people's property therefore, we heard that Capt. Wade war.

., : .; ,' '.:: I.1r i-, ." .I ( ,'t\,t.. -:'J M: ". 4 U:,.1' were subjects of the King of Spain. However, shaking it about. This gentleman, sore : I conducted to the Indian camps by un I I We know.that is more popular, perhaps joue .
:;> :: i
:i1i I deleat heard of old Mr. Levy's I
,
.w.1" troubled in miud able each
\ : were to imagine to succeeding comma
;!" Z' '( ,. 'J 'i' \ to. guard against imposition, that foreigner" i proj praise up

. ,' II" f .1 'trl lit.. might! practice for the purpose of being admit. the subject of citizenship, and the Indian. By a late arrival the der in 'Iorida-to talk of cheering prwspec'/

. -.I'' ." "t.J. ij' CS'w'K made out his case against Duvid Levy, i cleared with a and the War ended" ja
.. 'bI'l1fJj 7" -"II, ." ted lo the rights of ciiizinj-hip> -that is to coy. to up weekly announce 1

. .:-. t\-/J: i; I. .ia; -i f" "":"'!"'' ..-rjI.1.0.; .i : "l.. .. .< establish who really trrre entitled to the privile. he printed iu Su :Augustine, and FISH STORY. while the gruund is red with the blood of QB
.et
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.'," ., ... :1'. I'1""),:f"\ i. .v to the President i of the Convention. From aforesaid and
being a discreet friends relativesand the Iad'a
,} 'I .l .M'r! -:'' ;3' '-4j ges of inhabitants Florida at the time of the gentle neighbors,
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t i
'" 'rtr ,. ''Y.I t -'04.. CS 3 .,.. :.. ".h ..,..S'I., i.\f'j { .i' ;J;\c"i JI''Jr'. cession General JACKSON, then exercising all small beginning bus a mighty lire been his way, had, from the beach, thrown argil I lying in wait for more, we shall do our I,1 1
,
S? _
.iti
:.;.;0 : -atf i "tt'. 1 the powers 'of the former Spanish Governots dled. into.an enormous grouper, ; to the -tell things as they arr.

..' ,'." ''"", 9f"a: ; .\;., passed an ordiuance for the registration of inhabitants This Mr. Smith is from somewhere in attached a long line,'and on this the I East of the St Johns (and lakes a.southdmis ) -

. "r;," ,.. : ..I York, and came to reside here in Ib37 orIl'e 'i'J: stoutly but so was the fish 30 40oik
' .,' : H tI' \. i., .'1". [ '. ti14.."t' providing that none should be en registered ; strong i a strip of land on the) Atlantic or ,
'tJ. "
('M' ;. ,"'t ;:J 1i t: t.;t' "'" who did not show that they were inhabitants has a peculiar way of doing business for a long time doubtful which would wide, extending nearly 256 miles from this PJeto
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'.."'t.\.I. '{', ;..1ojo' 'lr Il' : ""f J. iI' tlf.1,,:;.,{. ';''J', Vi'. .. ;:.: ..;,.-tl", ""'f._ of the ceded Territory on the 17th July, may give bun credit for fanatical:p other. In this dilemma the Indian, Indian River Inlet, on which to our knot

,. oJ, .. It : 'It !. > P 1821. This ordinance was published in St. Augustine The Convention was selling at Joseph :a mechanical turn, made a capstan of there is not a single soldier,though the tract

;.,".' : ,-1 t: .,.;,.. '11. I. .i'4.'I"Jr"". .>.!"- '.'" ..:,1tI.i.... #.'.*.oj*' ,* "'.boP'TJr. ;.. .. '!. \ in November, 1821, by W. G. D. Wor. miles from St. Augustine, but he contented : -made,the line fast, and turning round sufficient to maintain all the Indians that era

1 Ii : Governor who self with printing a,letter to the President commenced winding the fish. lived in Florida. {
.' ., ...'A-_, q :"t tbington Acting requested a
-. -., qoi r" : .... f_ ...'iv' \ compliance to remove all causes of future Convention, in a :. Augustine paper, iriidst of this interesting operation, sol It is a reg.oa abounding in swarajniai

,, doubt. Mr, Levy to be an1'alien, and demanding a upon him, and being unable to cast hiding places while ooontee, the great arra i

f "' :, The old inhabitants generally, consideringthat for nimseif as the highest Jffcaled '. in time, the cunning. lisher- I, oflndian food-iheir subsiiiuie for brea&feen.

' "T't'.' I" ''.I': ., .,r. .,f the Treaty per ie made them citizens of the lie did not go himself, bnt tent the { $ himself caught. ry where abundant wild orange groves ireiprofuson

II w .I, e"o ._,;. : ,. '.. United States,'looked upon this ordinance as oppressive The newspaper was duly presented by a :The Home Squadron.' iof game fish' and oysters there ku

i"t I W. .',: . and refused to register their names. ber-Mr, Levy rose lo say that if there is, the Heel of a few schooners and a ,'inexhaustible resource,and about Malanzai in

.. .r" ,..;:" l ". .l'. ,4 '\ and alone this question respecting his seat, he was canoes, commanded by Captain a
", .. .1 ,1", 'ji ,t ( '. Mr. Levy, about forty others, at I the remains of the stOck of former Plante
""'1" ,:'' '..,a.1a .Tay, ", ,' 1'Jl., .'tr,, t : meet it but several members said there commonly known as the Mosqui '
;
J: :.'.fl.l ,: t' "' ", ,:.. ,,. .,, place,attended to the rule prescribed.Mr. which have run wild during the war.

!' .M, 3f "i '.' '"f, .1.,. '. 01Ij'P"." .".."' .k 0 Levy, in his petition to Worthington, question at alt,and there the matter ended.It .Where is it Not having read the Will Indians hurry tu, leave what is to this

1)I" '!";''':4''jl.. \I l I'JI., dated 2d March, 1822, states that he may have did not end, however, in the lately, we cannot tell whether the such a paradise for the bleak winds of Arkaaasf

;:w"I"ih.II'f V""'"; ,II. ".,."t'.;..:'"-:...:..t,, t r.,Ix arrived in July,.and that exactly on the 17/A,still from that time to the present, it is doubtful I '(the Flirt) be tit Pensucola, Havana, I Will tiey not permit th'e brother's.cwusi/iofuMi' :

.StiMJ\, .. .,,'. 1'i'. ; : he was in the portion of many others who were number of the 'NEWS/ published in this ,or on what Indian hunting ground self appoinled King or[Prince lo call al a tnti*

!/IJ I., ."JI1Io ..t". .' ."Iif" : '.- ,'4'Y ,. by the disturbed'condition of the country pre without containing something about "' il nut be politic to order this )licet to I lary 1'.usi for whiskey, bowdcr.a new rifle anti

,..'1',-. I'II. ."il'",..,... '," < vented from residing upon their possessions,and Levy, the alien'1 As Mr. Smith has sworn the coast, and whenever they Hud uu t horse who while he pitks i tip information if*

.. H'i,..': ". ,; :Ji', that he was on his voyage or journey to St. Augustine he has not ,used disrespectful language in winding up a grouper, pounce down movements, promises lo bring hi his people wto., 1
w ,. "
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' ..; ;,," 1 Iii "Ii',, ,:. "; '11w ..' : on the 10th July-that is, seven days he has written, and much of what has been ;, I .:': The judge from past operations, the I lome'.imes may be halt,a dozen, aud sumetuna' :i

,.". f :,:""'f.JI a :: ( .,. previous to the final cession. ten Iii very "disrespectful, ii is. to be re )'is nol doomed to catch Indians by none tall, fur the negotiator himself if satup .
"
",: ;\' ; -A." : ; 1.I'o.tJ The memory of all things being then distinct, that he did nut exactly write all the I: : l1au uHe._. with his first visit frequently; forgets to reun.
-
'.' ,". Acting Governor Worthington considered Mr His: rule in all mailers' appears to be, IlulUed's Report. Never matter another Indian with a!namajv a

II", ,: .. ." Levy to come within the spirit of the and plenty of mud and tome will stick." 1
11 I "r ..' ':\' .. '. treaty, i te d to dissect this report of the Comj as I-uDg comes in a few days to play' the su

,'.. j':""lot". '" ," .JII 1" t f ranted a certificate of naturalization.for him. Such being the weekly song of Mr. j Elections in Mr. Levy's case: us soon I gam e and northern papers are enabled to announce
to f t"" himself and and the Mr. David last'winter !i
children. News
Levy ; !
t "" .'j,! ,, \.01.. oJ our knife sharp. daily in grandiloquent language t 4} t
- ;1 ;J\i' l. I": -" \'v" i" ., Much argument has,been used upon the val milled the question of citizenship to our important indications( the termination of 6?
tt.tI I, \ 4' 't trust the same as tick !"
I to _, "rt ."/ idity of this certificate and of the 0 ordinance of Appeals, which is composed of the wa' .
I" Jl "
Ii t" ," ;,, '.{.. '.o. : :1.. bat words are useless upon the subject It was the Superior Court of the Territory, (who sunny. south k eadIe
1o return-the
wholej
I. 1 i : country
,; .
i t '. >'I/" .I, "..: _'.'.'.. .<. "w".r"T\ the.1'auTY. not the certificate, that made M. E. appointed by the President of tne United H.jwon't, ,tick no more fur sUgar plums' 1 lre.tposcd-Iherc'is precisely much to fef

., '.,, "".;. '' "J""I""'.., i",'.;; .'t\' .. .. Levy a citizen. This document'was simply an I and has the jurisdiction of a district or says lies' trusted all he had. to 'Jection-. "I in travelling the 'Picolata, road ns there wai.W

'f",Jc--"';'" ,, ., : 'r. ."t evidence of identity, which Mr. L. might exhibit court overall mailers coming under the ori tick.: I Mr. ti eademaaui
..if i 'I; ";:7" "I I learn )'e-ars ngo, the morningg
,. '. .' should be be called upon elsewhere. Congress-the Constitution, or TREATIES. sunny, where did you that and Scarled*
"- .11Ii-"t I ; Posenanski were killed Capt. .
o -1,I.iI '. After this, M. E. Cuba thus declared Mr. '
Levy proceeded to and Court, composed, Levy ki'
..t. : bl ,d for life. People who have gone out n ,
'r-.Jo
1 :c" if'C.i: _. returned on the 4th May, 1822, with a cargo of be'a citiz.n of the United States, and so News. preparations planting may at any moIflC*''

', "I.':;" sugar cane, tropical plants seeds, and roots and tuted'I',by the Treaty of Cessiun. again" ; you must never depend on: whig be driven into town We therefore call the,*;

set about planting. At the sumo time he made Shortly after this (in February last l) Mr j I te"ion of Col Worth ta the absolute necesalt

,.. ," himself exceedingly active as an American cit. was nominated as candidate lor I sir, now know. It is not Mr. II., but II-

.".' ',.',. -" 'otlJ..l" : 0" ', 'r .'tft. izen in all public affairs. We may here mention Congress and Mr. Smith, with his News, i j '!,won't trust The man that lives in of defending a section which so eminently rM'

..'".':," jIII. :": ti. .." .'f, ".c. ,.f' ;. 't.:' \ .I13w *-V* '. .. ,; .:ti c. that as curly as 1816 he bad formed plans raised the sung of alien.'rbu I e sweetened. him so in that s cam. miles quires: south defence of, by this establishing place from a post whence *

. '. > '. "i".V1. for the settlement of Florida, and only waited election came on in May. Mr. Levy ,'thai his sugar is run out.?
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be
.J \ : rrfl : for the cession to them into his I e, child, you're -personal." neighboring country daily
1l-:". : .... 'I'. J-t i,i < ', put execution. His tained nearly us many votes as both gelling distance.IT .
''. rr the pushed back to a greater
r ., t --r < :-" mind was tilled with all of savages
,. .. sorts Fcllcnburg-andUwen iturs-toiouc.:1 Downing and MujorlWard. I North
" '. City Hotel is still on sale in .
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<. r. 1C,. -= ; .... '. : :r'I- ". .n.M.1 ,:. "' E. 11 .lt tF. l -like plans for the amelioration of mankind parts where ersonally known, hu received tics. Not being paid for adv rtis. It is to be hoped that I a few dozen ,cop-

TJI'.r'\o!.,. ',;. .., _' t. 1 'J' and the establishment of society upon a than both together. *
C\.oJIl particularize. of the 1 last Newsj marked by
ies duly
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r .' .' i., 'M" "' ,... .. usages.Up The defeated candidates were in Italics have been scot 1
writes
"" .i:7I ( to Ib31 Mr. continued to and : J. M.: Hernandez be gratified to man who ,
. ." ., z. "lI'Z vote, both this decision of the !popular voice-
.. edification of Congre
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'..1I d. '< ri\1;.. jffeS "."1111_j" to dtmean and describe himself as an American them tboughrof contesting Mr. Levy's seat ; his sister did arrive from Cuba in deter mID'

... .. ... .5'kM- citizen but about that time the great must be his in This distinguished'writer appears
; i ; '0i ; soundness of not so;, with the indefatigable Mr. Smith. gratification re : into the belief that Mr.lxr'l' '
himself
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Ij f'." .:, .. ; r General Jackson having been called in question getting the names of a few dozen people i in back in his oath before the comm'tec, I i 10 argue he should fail to convince .n!,

," .- .. .. iJ'a._w10 by the veto abhorrers of the day he was prc- this neighborhood, forwarded it to swore that M. E. Levy did not come to an alien though -
: : else. I
',,.1';_ t t."W.--.Ji: "r. is,.o?. "I railed upon to go through the form of becominga with a'/ew' of his old newspapers. Nay, 1622, or the close of 1821. one .
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'1 , .' .. citizen under the acts of this Gardiner, who being house onti kif
i. 's .- jO \ Congress on sub- went himself and becoming un excellent a carpenter une whig
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'" ...' ,. .. M{M M :1i .; .. laws require declaration of intention committee Congress, to whom election that he swore also to Mr. Levy's': not of a broken bankr
.-.. :> It1it .i igan, and be is president
.. "I" ,- 1)0. Me;'.k. ,. '. !_,7 before a court of rcc6rd having, common law ters were referred. until.1322. have cleared the klieg.t
The the Democrats
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I I ZlZo&oy. I I The greatest commander and most expert ; Corn, Hay, Grits &c. Marshal's. Sale. .. t .:. .,..:. /} ,i,.,. r' ,,'
,....t IA few people in the world have heard that swordsman of the day has already slain 160,000' Sub.'criher respectfu lly informs the inhabit .Byl' virtue of a writ of fieri facia inyed oat of b t '
THE i ,
'money in the root of all evil." Perhaps it is whigs 'Ask them the cause of their universal of Augustine ihat he will receive on Superior Court for the District of East IFlorida 1 .. 1-

1 10 but in oar city we fear that t he want, of defeat and every where the answer is a General ui iiuient by each 'arrival .from Charleston thelJimins '!, and lo me directed and delivered! will expose t ''z:;'1, .' I I
moaey Apathy is in our ranks. It is proposed to set up artic'cs: \iz: J I atjl'ublic> Sale in front of the Conrt House ia i '.- \..' I.
> M the root of much evil. We dcfn't wish. to this hero as candidate for the presidency in opposition Corn grit, both course; and fine, by rhe bariel) orsmaUcn the town of Jacksonville.; 60 the sixth day of Decem- I : I

,mention names, because. since the whigs have to General Scott. : 'un'mc.*. I ber next, between the hours of ten and two o'clock of f
all Cain \1",1.dl l ). do. : that day. a negro slave, named Jill ; taken as the pro I < .
pealed goodfnaw we can't use a long namebratfeort "TEeTarticles IV.niMi awl H urge rTrn by the bag do, of Willmm Executor Joshua Hick- i
without which we copy from the New or perty ic.k ma.n, I ,. r .- )' ,
: name being out of 'd
envy'rlEREFORE l': rn.ar! and trande, deceased .
York Herald makes c. man : to satisfy judgment and cost of suit in -
for decency we intend hereafter a long story on our part un ,
TimatJiy and Clover T.ay favor ol'IFarquar I Delhuuc. .
then alluding to a distinguished individual necessary, especially as by a- later paper we Allofwliichmllbe, eoustantly kept on hand and JOS. S. SANCHEZ, Marshal', = '. '

'who forces himself into our paper) ([just for learn that, the bank stopped specie payments, warranted good, at tow prices Per J. GUTTERSON, Dept.Marshal. i t" ,'- \
in New York "
shortness to call him TIMOTHY DEXTEL on 811 being presented. Ai]>plyatthIousuformerlyoccupiedbyMrW.\ilt )- Jacksonville. Oct. 2G 1841 :, .
''
'
;lUracks
the
-r. near to i 1
Jacksonville 1 nuk. Dec 4. It JDE COTTES. Y otice. :r '" f
Another Voico from tho
Hermit Some years ago; it may be remembered that a ----- S IX Weehs afterdate, I shall apply to the Judge of r ". I
I
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ago. U. S. Quarter' Masterrgot: in exchange for a ARY SMITH having taken the liousformerly the County Court of Columbia county for letter i : I >

Next week we shall publish the reply of An.DRIW check at the Jacksonville Dank, some bills v f 1' occupied) by the late Major 'hav r", of Administration on the estate of Arthur Sykej, late f {

JA.CKSOK, the greatnt living man of ourage the Old-Town Bank, (then failed) and paid wiil:! receive a few boarders va reasouablc! \ terms- of aid county, deceased. .. I 1 t I 1 (.

to the committee a public dinner given them out to our citizens. Some were redeemed several gentlemen can also be accommodated as '{fay 'Oct l9.: NANCY 8YKES. 1 t/

to Gov. Polk ot .r anncasec.' Gov. Polk is, nota when the trick was discovered, and some arc boarders. X V el'kuftu date 1 nhall apply to the Jadgebf i t
November. 184!. ,fSIX ihe of : > ; ,. S ,r\-
bad one. still afloat. Holders should hurry on ; perhaps county court' St. Johns county for letters I \

Mr. Morgan who was'President of that Old. Weeks. after date, I shall apply td he JCoun- of administration. i on the eUle: of Michael Clarke, I I ; I
late f said
Two yean and one week ago from this day Town Bank, may hold out long enough to exchange Court of Columbia County, for letters of atitnininuation county dnceased.WM. B. MACLEAN.. : '. ; I.i

an excellent citizen of this place PHILLIP a few. : on the estate of William II. Payne, late ,\ i '. a L
0
WEADMAN with some others'were killed on the If any body lets'cheated: by this Bank, let him ofsaid county dec. ELIZA: YNE. found. I !

Picnlato{ road. On the morn ing of that day not lay the fault to the Democrats. Let them Colnir.bia Co.. Fla.. November l III. A SlLVERPENCII.CA8E.whlithwillMltiv.' I 1'
en' the
to .
nobody thought Indians, On the evening of not say the Herald "destroyed confidence" by ALL TilE RAGE.C : owner on application atlhiaoU'nleNotice. l

that.day mother watched their children as exposing it. The people have now a cheap jreientijxin HAFEE's STO.MAC1HCK: UITTCRS, curing; '- .
though Indians were at their thresholds. To their hands, which will secure them hundreds. for ale by the subscriber at his j Q.IX '\'aekuner date 1 will apply to the Judge of .1

day we can announce that'lndians are in the from fu uro loss-let them refuse to receive a \\ are House. Vandue Range and the City Hotel.- P3 the County Court of' St. Jalins County for let I 1 tG

neighborhood-let the way farer protect him. single biHrID" -* Price $6 per dozen, or 5U cents per bottle.NICHOLAS tersofadnnuiitrationouthel'aateofJoaa:: t!. BOGUS l "
late of said
I
eouuty.deceased:
: .
U. .
CHAFEE
sell for the authorities \ .
war not
are protecting Uct. 21. MANUEL CRESPO. :. > _'
bint : They are disputing in the West about the FB1O KENT very LOW, applied for imiuediat ., .. .' .
election iuJackson County. The case Is simple) JL I ly, this house'and stores lately occupied by P. B. liE Jl grace. "( I: '. t

17 If the News keeps on, Congress will know. people having voted on the wrong day, under a I Duma, E:"q. A. PUUJAUU.Ifenlislry. ,JL., to ilitlributiou Creditors Legatees: and Persons entitled i : f ,
the eslata
ol of
ROUEUT I
.. an alien Irom a-native at fifty yards. mistake and the election must bo referred backto )} ({AY IONDUf.IUdecealeJ.llrerequellkd! lo .re- : 'j sri 'e:

fl them. D It. Sl/'lTOM begs! respectfully to iuforin ihiulinhiiant e seat their! respective claims duly certified within I" ,'< ,

'' T"i+' 'his gentleman (J M Hernandez) i ii one ofthe.prMe&tnnti" READ of St. Augustine, tint h] will' attend the limq prescribed by law, und all persona indebted 1 0 y.I. 1 '. '
i B3": what!
we reprint on our first all. wh de irou
-."' rs. < page to are : of consulting him as a lo jid a tate are required to make immediate .'
from the New York Herald. Whatever be Dentist. lie is: prepared with pay ; \ '
may every thing nucesa- ment. S M. M. REIU: Adm'x. I .
Then wt blhim joy on his conversion-we said of that paper its "money articles" have ry fur the [tract ice'oflii*profession, and has no doubt I I '. } \. .

''thought he was a Catlwic.I done more for :"reform" with in a twelvemonth of giving satisfaction. La.testStyle., : f \ I: j .

US- i than all the original: articles of all the whig papers Ur.i, ito befoundatthe Floridallouse Hoots! A Shoes Mints, Caps, r II ... 1
f : '
"ODICI -Nq schooner called the Content Nov. Wth, 1441. \ .
put together. SltU'IS. "l:. I. / I !;., r
arrived hero in lS l'l Stick a pin here mcm.t Great U.f'aiIl8 : Wh are now ready to supply ihose in want of I !< ?- .

bTi ol ;ongrc.iS. t \CT: On',account of the general contraction (or MRS. I. L LYON pecitully informs the pub iho most fashionable! t and latest style, viz: !,;/ .j r \ :::_ ">

'- in truth because'we can get no larger paper in that *lie ha* on hand a collection of VAL- Learyc.. (.0.11' Fall Fashion latest! sty lit of hata. /I i.:'=
town UAULE AUT1CLES- 'j'ruvelling Caps Fur band. i ., ,
) welarctnda'y' the I
compelled to contract 'i
./ Short Letter. .
Consisting of Cureaus, Sideboards, Card Tables do do.do Ornaments.
i size of our paper.Ve shall not wait for the ; r/ i I '
We' have read. a deal of windy stuff about banks to expand but our own will shall! I Centre Table marble top; I Wahland with marble Guard Cloth Caps Boys do. Ladies Riding da, L ". I '
expand .1
British in Chinabut top, 1 Wardrobe or Safe, 1 Dressing Bureau GUsc'dCd.g.Fine \ J '
doings are inclined to believe oursclqes soon as our paper arrives. with n large glass! 1 pnir Plated Branch Candlesticks Muslin Shirts:; Linen Bosoms I .. t I ...

there is more troth to be found in the following 1 pair BOII/.C Branch Candlesticks; I plot. Crystal Do. French Mcrrunack colored. I j I '. ": :'

short Notice. drop Lamps, 2 Astral Lamps, 1 Do. llaunliou l'rintMand assortment \ ,
>> suer. If our officers would writein pair plated Candlestick : an of calico 1. .
In a New York paper there are several advertisements *, 3 very splendid Sofas :3 al ver-edsed fruit bass Shirts. i I" I \ .
the
same strain, jihey would give! a better insight stating the terms at which ct, I China Inkstand. G pair of Castors! G bottle i MemV,' Slippers,do Calf Pegged Boats, Stitched do, ,I.I''b ;.- I
the.Bills .
into Flurlda affairs, and run no risk of be each; ja) !s l.flTlllp.'UIIIb1erR, 4 fine Toilette bo lUeu8Leal: do Alens Kipped do, Leaf pegged do, I ;. .' I \\ ;

being prt't"ed by the Grand' Jury: of the Bank of Jacksonville arc received. ties. 1 valuable Diuner Set of China consisting of 8 Fine Iorocco 110018 Gulf 8hin do Alens Brogans I It

Intending to go on a collecting tour in a few doz. plates! I soup tureen I custard stand with 13 do shoes, Morocco !'um s, Calf,do, tailors Black, : '' ,
The following "Private Letter from a young : I cups,2 fruit ba kcls.2 mustard bowl*. 2 butter bowls do assorted colors. Ladies do, Ladies Kid Ties and 1 '
English: officer m China to his brother in Eng :I days we give notice that we will receive for all 13 egg cup*. J dot; 4'fftfrent' size bow I", lOdishc*. making Slips. I Also, Hair and l.eathet'1'rwks, at the oldbtublishuieut. "I I ; :> .

land," is! humorous enough to have been Writ. dues to the Herald. Jacksonville Bank Bills at I in all ItfO pieces: 2 pair of mahogany FootStools e U. E. CARR fc CO. i I. '

ten by Thomas Hood :' PAR-I'KOVIDED the Bank'doe not fail before thai and 1 !.!ones night lamp;and/a variety of other IJ"'llesalc and Itctail Grocery i .
urliclcI.Altlu'EATIUlt. I'I
Dear Tom-Every thing is going on gloriously time. / antl Provision I
-tin* British arms are triumphant, and : BEDS,and ffne Hair Maltre.en *- Store. _,'
we only require the Emperor of China's December 3d, 1841.MARRIED. direct from Philadelphia, which the offer: for r A''r1EULU3rAN: JJ. /
eons lain at cot price, for cash ..- B :E. CAltlt CU having just returned from I
tieotto our taking possession of his territory -- -- --- New York .
; Nor. |IJ. Idll. : per Schr. .1'1180. 5 days direct: : '
which I am sorry to say, there is at present no' .re now. receiving and bein
: opened, a choice and '
iOn Thursday Evening 4th inst in Rutherford Sea ,
..ftlltlljlolle.
likelihood of obtaining. However, there is lit- well selected assortiuout of articles in their line. for r
tie doubt County, North Carolina, by the Rev. Mr. Mc- Sf UAttES Sea shell htont. for RaIN bU I I 1
: if we be' not all swept off by ague 1 2 by market, amongst which the greatest variety of ; -
.."anil cholera) that we shall be able to maintain Lcod, Mr. THOS. A. HATDKN, of Charleston, to WM-' U. IACll\. :: 1''- articles'may' be fouud. We solicit the attention pi* r .

our ;prvscut: puJi'iuu n few months long er.1 Our Miss MATILDA CAROEINE', youngest daughter of Nov. 17. i mr former customers and of the public being vans 1 I e, '_.' ,

stiul1iuIIJIre would be very cornforta sly;if we Francis Alexander, Esq. of the former place. Police to Florida Claimants.Subtender uuie iliHl our fclock will ba found to be complete tit I"I" : .

had laic 'thing to eat except bad beef and -_. '="= -----_. I lilt: having beeii ordered to Florid i- cbepiie.t!<, quality, arid variety. We hope by strict I'' /I ...: .'" 'l : '. ., .
worse bi-cuii however + for ihe purpose of caminuiog the collectionof attention lo business, to merit and continue the pus .I> 5; t.
; thesf are but trifling PORT OF SAL\T AUiUSTLE.ARRIVED. runugol j wnich has heretofore I .l
been
Claim connected with Ihn'tiailiha. bestowed t f
jnconveiiienc R"; and, though wo have no fresh t I : : service, will this tallh'lltueut.Vilh upon I l J. .
versa+iu in St. Augustine till the 'J"'ili init, and will ur remitted attention and i / .
tent, we have .plenty I of lishin:: : the river. One then proceed.by the of NewiMiisvilld. accommodation! lo all, we hope to five; general satis :' / :: i
way Alligator: :
ot"our men caught n fine ono the other day, 28-Steamcr, Richmond, Mendall, Savannah.Schr. Suwaiitie 2Spring, &C.to'1'albthu.aee IBCtiulK: t "
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.bie J awa:istrtiehtand ctx>ked by the officers Warsaw, Haddock, New.York. few flays in each plnce. remaining, Uur stock consists in put of / .

tineas 1\"' which means we were all I nearly de. Sch. Empire, Southwick, Charleston.. All peuonii-haviiijr such claims- are requested to Hams Pork. !Beef, au.&es. Tongues; 1"I'' '

struye d l. Tne fish unfortunately happened to SAILED prexent them
rte of r; pm,as natuiv, hi consequence of 1-Steamer C-'Downing, Dent, Savannah. may !have in their Shad, Souxed Salmon, Sardines: .,1 v,, !
4-Steamcr Richmond Mendall support.S. P \ Kochester Flour' Soda Cracker Milk do, Dutter !l !
which u gent-nil order was issued the next day, Savannah. HEINTZELMAX ,
4Jjrbiddiii the troops catch or rat any more, Sch. Empire, Southwick, Charleston. CII pt. & A. (I. M., U. S. Army. do.St.Sweet do, Wine do. Water do,Pilot Bread: : -:,
lisa. '' Nov barb 1841.. Croix Lump, Porto Rico, double refined. 1 ; ( :'
'Tin-country around the factory is benti. Urownjllavanna: Crushed and Wbite' u
arl. '
rut ; but we deen!it prudent to keep within the For Sale. ollce.- Sugar House, New Orleans and New Iberia Mo I' ; ,

walls its the Chinese are very expert at pickingup '" UTS, fur rule ill ,t n oat 1 healthy situation for IN[ my absence..brl Dryndjle and D. A. Put I l h asses. + ..5 ;I t.

stragglers, whom they usually strangle. Ilei 1 A which Southern 1.,1 KI I>J"brance nd Trust Co. E n., will act.as my agents. i Java;; :St. Domingo and Rio Coffee Pepper. I. S.' \ ;

,-. > >nd this we cannot complain of our situation ; 111,11.''Nov.UG' will be taken! iu pun ?t. Apply lo CIIAS. ROBlOU.i .I Pimento.' Cassia, Indigo, Cloves. Nutmegs, .... ;! ..

I fowl" are extremely abundant, but I have tint It A. LJAl1D, For Sale. Mace.liiiigljss, Burly, Flax seed Mustard seed, <'. .- '
Point>> Ho pi*. Aluul. C r era i. Salt Pelre, Suluratus, t .
|;een any, the inhabitants have carried them up THAT DC.::|U.\ULC RESIDENCE upg ; +
( hecountry along with their.cattle and ', St. (; in AIlltfic1n and KIMM Hemp Itop t _
Street
provisions stage next to the roidence of '
of'every description. The water here i is !ilii City Hotel. M' B.3e'ui; f.1Iq. The !House contain fout I, English Murlard, Poland >tJ11.t1.. .;. "S S i

so brackish tqut it is almost impossible to drinkit SAVANNAH, (;EO. upright recn" aid a double! piazza wilh other neces ; CaadrBarnuJShaviujSoap.Eughi: "h, India and A4arncan'1'wine" I| ,

; there are, however some wells of delicious 'I' JlI I: Snbmiber! takes this method of informing ary onibiiildio,!:K attHched. The' lot i.t 75; feet fruit iuu Flints and Percussion 'I .
hi* friends and the by ;:JHI( fet-t deep, having it few fruit Cays. ,, : S .. :. ,
water in the neighborhood, which would be a I. public, that hit ha taken on n trees. I Il Orange Uuupowjerand Shot. "" '
real ill* xen! : +ivc atjd always well conducted Hotel, ani.anirc will beuiJ] on accommodating terms.. For further i '
treasure to us if the Chinese had not pois. Old Cognac, and American Urandy. ,
.
: tlicui that he will use exertion to make particular enquire of JA. IIS KEOGH. : ;: r
oned every Holland
them. The weather
is extremely hot!; and and Baltimore! blue i i' : ". '
the advantages of the river for bathing would 1 tit' future deserving of their pnlr JItgd.: '1'hsihou>e NuIII, I+3)1. Jamaica' Cherry. St. Croix and New Rum. : . "'' & I' .
.
be N nnw new"" repaired, and will he furnished ill a lew IX Wkn aft..r thin dntft) L shall apply to the; Alcelul, t"? d. abate :,.:, -
if i it prof.Old
I hnveucb very great, to were not so full of sharks day with new and rlcgant furniture IIIII.lh"( Indie nf tlit County Court If truce l.. Irish VV per hiskey. ;I ;: : I ,
more rcJatcot our present cher- The( table and bur will/ be 0 .
j '
with for !letter H" I
!constantly supplied County Admint.er.atiuui the Mad
i upon good ira.Ierry.Sjc11rort.l"alala! Cfiampain, ; ,... : f {
ring and en able condition but the lire, ; : '
prospects a bet .
including hIUII
every )' that can be had 1 andittdlf of Uc II j.llnin ."rOl101 tiuttg. late: flf II III! ruon!. Muscat; and other Wine. !\
hip is on the point of sailing for Kiigland, so : in this market. The whole establishment: will be un 'y.dlJw'I.I.( JAMESNov. : iRv13'r1t111e;., London Brown Stout. I : '.",\ ::1. .

.nust concl,,'in haste. der his cm u ciinerititen.leni.-e. and will be opened for Jack..utnill!, :]HI l. t Irill Scotch Ale.Champaign. .. .' .

Ever, dear :Tom, yonrs, &:- tuners on )ihe liuf lru nibvr next. Terms of the Court {:iJer. f. :' \ ., k
Superior
The rates will Im reduced suit the. time. Gen Aborted 'Cordial. '
and .
j1 llenien hive board arid in UacliHdi Columbia and ra: .
can
loading the month IIlperialGupu
Grand by or 1
, The Armory of. the Tower of London, .. reainnable der: Hyson, Young Hyson, You- '
y ar on term.* Jtiiral Conn tics. i iMTOTICE ;
kay and
Pouchoug Teas. _
containiiif-3lHK() > stand-of arms, J Resides relics 'I| riivi'lt'-rs ore informed r .
that cirri .
1:0'iiI
a : run reEiilarly I i i. hereby given that the Novemcar
term Onions Potatoes Cheese Butter "
hard &c. i : ;
and munitions of war, was burned. on the 3Hh( between; the Central Rail Kotl and the J.V I of thu
October. City Superior Court in the County of AluchuaM Currants, Rai"ins, assorted Nuts, Citron. A'aee. I I ,-
j lintel ; J. McMAHUN.' adjourned toe\ third Monday ('JOth day) of De.crntdfr '. Aborted Preserves, do Candies, dj Cordials. &.c. \1'I. : .,
Savannah.. Nov., 1.1 11. 2(1-4w next, which time 0 .
at the Tem of said Court All iti.splendid order at retail. F .o -
p The Prince of Wales had not arrived I in will! be 'h 111101"11 in Vfiviiaiiaville.ANi !/ Oct. 21. B. E. CARR & CO. ;. ,

England, but was.expected daily.ti3 SUPERIOR. COUU.l.-DI..1.RIC'1. OFj I ,. ihf !>.< .
EAST F'LORIU:1.VENANClU Co-iniy: i i.T I jo timed lo the fitnrtk Mmi'liiy ('J7lhila PER Schr Ta.to we have received and now be'J\ 'J :: "

1 The first sun in St. Augustine a few d.tys Sur CnE7., I )nf le<.-<-ni-t.-r" 1It\tlt which tune it will I bit held & opened full' all1lllrlllllJnl of Tin, : .a

ago was a New. York Sun. ":$. at. Ise( t '''IIf: Jl ni4'> at ..Ihigalnr.n t Ware, Crockeiy. Stone Ware: Hard Ware and a \ .; -z. .

to have been scattered fur nnd'l'hepaper wide appeal Genrg? /'. Clarke! Jam* f/iiri in and.V'; tlll,cu I Th.j 1'. -.- "r T"Tin fort.'ie! Cminty of Datldwil:I | v'&rIetulfallc"s..udl. Stniiuimry'>urfum ry. Boots "I r ,' .", -

! J ck" >nville Bank. The ban'facttlness to ptUl'ttho up 1l'illiom'Exectdors if .11'.' '''' /'. Clari.e. dcrd.. : he bold! 4 ',-uRl oat"Ih.first MlJlld.ay"rOec"ulber. ., and Shoes, lists, &c., wliic i will Is sold at retail at 'I .1'
of "
: v ..r.t'r -f 11,0 Court.I the old stand. B. I. CARR T.
and CO.I
Frederick Clarke u td { c/.lr/- ? ...
: this I'ashi-ipl''" & :, ;
rascality vxcet-dsevery: thing, but early exposure ; : .
I J(>> rf SA.\tiir.Z.: Marshal.
rltiUren
infant and J leers Jaii'"i
we trust will prevent the swindlers from deceastd. -:i j !: Ca:1k. ". i i D,altl',! :,' ,;.:,. .illq:! .:ill., ="u'. t tell. ::1W I Hard II.are, Hollow Ware, '.. : '.
fi
.mnkin money, and honest mcn fiom losing. IX CHAXCI.KV.DF.CRKK : I '+ 1vf"- LUri-: roar I; tea;: 'l;, ;, I-;wiilappy;: : to thoi : Cutlery, 4vr.KNIVES '" L

On this more _next. : week. : rOil "At.; tI,' 'll1I1111r.11 fllKMI--K<. i *? //1,,',. lIe Jui I.r. "I'IIe Tinintv Court of tit'I' I and Forks butcher Kvives, Table I 1. I,.
J .' I... (C'. ;iir\ fr t of \diniuistration :) Pins>> 1
nf M dt ou'ei inning antofih..I'.ttit.\ f 'r.+ on the i I! :IWII Knitting Mahogany .
?
UTAH .
i
persons holding bilk of that Jacksjinville u B'Uliit. fr the li Bank :should! hurry lo t present tIu'ii, beta fe :' .-. Iltli\ : JT4IJlKSLl'II: 11A1UCY.r Hound Bolts J
saul. and to me directed and llik l :red, I 1iU. ':'IIfCt.| I crew! Tacks Brats: Square J. 1
the President ( is out of the humor -- -- ,
g of paying.We at Public till Itf: 1/1 front of I he Coiut II..m q ill ih :...."> IJL,\11h, u the do Itiiui Locks Uagdo, Closet do. 11 ox do. c<*rpcn- .t
ii-i'i. 'lIltll
lifl.-nting 10 sul
know of u few btiuggling bills which lie l : ol Si i ,I trr io,{ Till'do.l do II !
& City -\uaII..lill" on j aturd-iy the I'ouiih Jay ..if ; jr .crij/r( ; :t nrlt miles above gulls town i>n the j cnpbond 1111I IIr. Shingle 1 i1
I I.. redeemed.IwronTANT. lJ..cClulocr"f'l.t, al the 'hour of I I'' o'clock, M.l nil the! l J"hllol Kiver.: .I Indiin Punic, a rhe..r.ut sorrel I| !;i iM. 'Hiitcliets. Claw do. Angers.' right title' and iniuri**! of the Ifefendan! in and toili u.ar..tLJ! colt and a H.iy Horse. +.Tdpcr do. Pitsaw'dt, Rod du, Flit Bastard do. I j t '
Any
ftilliiin\ ;; d !"cril..-d wit: .. All thatc..rdllll..t I person or.person. l'OI".AUIt'.Ovell8, Stew Pans, Spiders. Gridles. ,
proprrty.lo ; ,,
: jr.nM, TitE NORTH." lln pitakas rlaiiniiij the : l of San-l Paper iloeilinJiron", Iron Tea Kettle t"&c.
land tiiuini
nr parcel c > Kn: lihncreii '
igevii and < .
:; ing all
t ji'frtfnvii\ frrilr'J !<, come in at Tampa. as they more l I..n*, ,lyins "n theVe+t side, of the ;road property to be( aywi made?; expensesAphlicattun Arthur Rail. 1 Sad: Iror'i!*. Shovel' and 'l ollg".' )Hinges, Brace, Mel- )
to. P
f.,1q.atIIJlalh.
ytt"/itord-.IU'I1j..1rgus.! I urxtreel within the limits of the Ciiyof Aiipusiiue I e, A. \V. r.UICIiTUN.n 'al Kettles, Mouse Traps Spades, Shovels. Nails and s:/. II "
'- -- -- und known by the name of the Alii y Qui,,;'JlIn, : ;\ whip( 1 1 .
GETTING INDIFFERENT.: -The State (Mi'ssixippi is- Ixuindeil on the Ka: +t by .lIid nnd or "'re t. six chain ol.y and Stationary. ,,, Itogerit( Pen Knivon. Card Knives, Dirk do Kar. i;/1: \ .

) !hits pone to the d-l head foremost, and and twenty,links, land measure ; on the \\'e.. t Ity th. PtjCKLT: Dictionary*. Primen; Colonel Tny i /'> Straps, &c. all warranted and upon( shelf, at .i t '
we dun't Car(: l>>' !what majority." Si Seh.Htiaii; Creek ; on the North and South by two Ink. duilU; P.lue. l.'lack and Ked Ink:; the old "land. ocr.-j 11. E. CAitK: & co.'I t

Yicksburg Whig.Un parallel lines rl"nilfrolU said .tre.t or road on a Mem'irandiim ltoo kltlank ; Uar lok; ciphering j JYotice. j. i

conr till I'm South owned bv Joseph L. IJIaikc, lIowJacobforoMn. prs: Spelling 1 parks: Uuk-d Cap paper; loiter do<; I ALL ._ gs
periodico de Paris! n.dere. la anccdota Y'Fill': late of St. Johns County, deceased
M-
Note doilt
edge; Drawing do Wiunx Cards lead '
and on the North owned hy'Juhn D Clarke ; ; I .
guiente : Vctinnrio 'r' Pencil>> ; India luhbetll'aferN: Scales Knives' .. are roqiiested make payment, and all credilor.and .
now Sanchez-being of a tract ; Lei o
u(
LnblachPtienc ca jas de tohaco de todos pr c D-, parcel ..r land purchased! : urtterc parts Smith-togetherwith ; "
ciosy forma. Ilace algun tiempoque la Reina all the ri iht.c! ineinlersandappurli>nitnrr.tliere- Boxes Pursec>> ; Wallets! ; and other articles for iitiliiy exhihiidd' notilied"ill.il/lhe that cocli claims, or Demands muyt he i ._ : {!
taws
>cribe f> law, and all ,
do Inglaterra, quo le henna con su particular estiroacion auto belonging;, and ever)'part and parcel thEreof and fancy and firming. a Dij-ni of pretty thing both plea: cre le ntn'ctuuna ndornaba le lSU-\ woman .1.Ht aged about Muff nsrful. I' : !
un ccrco rcgro forty Who shall rot present"the If claims wiiliiu :. ,
de rubles suplicandole sirvicsf-se de ella| tin dia nine years. named Alarm, together with the future At retail <
ILl anI). "Dispense V. MWesKndi6\ | el cekh re increase 01"th'J naid ne:ro slave- l'u.ahsfythe alai e* 15. E CAKK A. CO. MARY A\!ER".. Admin'x. .r
: *iid! decree it: favor of rite said Veimncio Sanchez.aud .'.ot iCC' '. ,
enntor."me en imposiblc aceptarcotj tat con d l i. JOHN DEARD. Adoiin'r. '

'I cion iI) obsequio que sc digna hacerme, atc i.n- the rots And hUjeA thereon accruing.JOS. a .L! creditor' and PI-IMIHI' rnliilcd to di+tritlI- I St.lognttinP.Nov., 12. lr-11.. 8w 0 .- '.... ';
.
,linndoaiuecada: | din del aria use una caja distinta. :). SANCHEZ. Mar*hal. 151\ lion of the Ex'atiMif: JOII.N( .FAULK. la o of r. I a '.. .
I By JOHN M FONTANK.: Des Marshal. )111111 II ill, Oil" \1 CountY. E j i 1:0110"are. .
Florida
t' .iwscientosse&ciita ." 1I"t deceaseu I. .,
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par:; > cincu St. Augn-.tine. Sept III 1.41 I 1 | Y'
.\ I lo are ln-n-by n >tifii>d! to i-res'-ut their rcspertive! claims POTS, Biker UHnll. :Sl'ider.IJdll_, SW- J .
iiie] r plu-Ci ..S. M. con una uraeia cncantn- The above sale is "postponed until thc fir.vi .*tI I i innd IRON .
dora : fleriMn.!* truth' Mi'i ! : ""J'vlU..i 'alin finlinr o la iiiia, y os leer Saturday in December.Tho from rii| .. dnt will h." firevtr year I .. ; I' ,
they
It ra I : or irarreds I i I in; iron. :\I\lla. \.mel'of other articles for housekeeper ,. tc r
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para 1(1:)K> 4iaievtos.--Suticwsodc Arnbos nlmvp silo, i i" I'olllr..ued until the 6ht Satut- s .SAKAII I .
J 1"H .\ flllllli.tra tri x.. Ai retail.! B. I.. ( .\HR & CO. I. J.
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TUKIS ST. JOHNS COUNTY COURTSLrAL4bz'rEItM : ". --I'LL. .
1841. I -1 :

&DUt4 m aA!btl). Isaac W. Ater!! > 4- William T. Terpall, Mer. THE subscriber and others having, proposes been encourages to lay out in Nylis:; lots I I I SIX Weeks of the after date'r' 'I shall apply lot -

,'" chants and partners, cj-c.,, I 100 fcetfronl; ;and 200 feet in depth, the place known I i ty for letters of Administration Counts Court of Colt..41b"C; _

ur1mmmit mmm Wm vs. as: Traders Hill, situate ou'' the St. Mary Kiverj Ga,, I jam J. Clements. Jate off on the Estate of
I i said
,/. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Arthur A. Drotcn. ; at the head ,fnav Igation. 1 he position: is at present JOliN County dece'.d '

(Attachment for 183 Q'3; -Damage in Assump.( in occ.41Jaliofl j ol United States trool's, lIB a post. Joly21,1841. I Wi; CLE'IENT8.'

J B' 8AmIDS: l-YI:. tU!>CYdJJ) 'sit5OU.OO.) : but will Le abandoned immediately; ou the termination J t. 1

,. L ; AT lIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM; PAYABLE rBl liE Defendant, and other interested, ore here-, of the Indian troubles in Florida. OTICE i hereby given That \'

1 IX ADVANCE.Xieertt JL by notili''J of the institution of the above enti- Traders Hil:! is i: probably one of the most healtry, N dale the [subscriber as two IIJOD :

.. ... _. emet ipierted at One Dollar ed suit b) \U lctUUlt. ano are requested to appear, and eligible situations for the commencement of an I tate of JOSEPH 3/NCHEZ.di administrator of the '
fn till first insertion, and 75 Cents for per each square .lead and nnsMer thereto. occording.td law. : I iuhnd trading town of any on our :Sonthein border. sent his accounts before the County wifl! p j ,

.. .q .. .. 4 .. Longer advertisements ctibsequentona. THO. UUU.L.: :;, Au'y for Plaintiffii. I It stands 70' feet at least above the level' of the river, Johns County adjustment: of which Conrt'of '
proportion Mid :; i Icll.I 3teambnut., HOW in government ; aIc! '
Sepl.2I JijUI: employ, approach will take notice. J. LF. oflce.
DODO will be considered less than WILLIAMS
a square. A discount 4 : f'
.. ,- the J landing in perfect safety and d
; the
public road I 13
'made t. those who advertise the .Yolicc. August i "
i
by :
4 ': year. leading( Irom ::it.- Marys and other points towards A.
;. creditors and Persons entitled to distribu .1 1:
ALL Suwanuee River and Tallahassee
will
DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. of the Estate of OHM FAULK, late| ofMauddiiti r pass through JVotice. --
!;.r the centre and no doubt is entertained ,
Opposition to a National Bank, as fraught Duval County. East Florida, ceaed, acquainted with the geography of the by those best IX Weeks afterdate. I shall applylo the n.a J .
__ with institutions are hereby riutiiied to .:nt their I cOlin try,;! ibe the Judge of the County Court of
j. ': danger to our tree and the liberties .. pies resjectielaiWJ fU est will and muj-t tecoine the mart and Nassau Cot*
1 of toe from ,, aud demands to thej ubcriuer! within two thorough- ty for I letters ol administration: on the Estate
'
its
_< people, necessary great and years' I lire for the produce ofihe aaUl l'ARKtRdec.: of Wu..
.4 from thi date ihc'y will he forever barred. ; J. .
> or
; .- 0 controlling power over the general currency and !. The spot abounds with the linest springs, issuing; September 14, 1541. HlGULNBOTHAM
SARAH FAULK AdulllJillra tri -
.0.!: business of the : various and '
country. Opposition to tho present at points, wIthin the fourth of a iiiila and I
# Whitesville
Auaiist 19, Iti41. IX months ,alter data
-- 4, : 'leas of each other. I shall
:1k Banking system, as detective in principle S apply to the Jadn7
.,, ? FKANCIS JJlUD1lB the County Court pf Saint Johns
d .
0 and unsafe in practice and J ARCH'D CLARK. Conntr f.
4 requiring a radical '
letters of dismission
as
w, ,, is. J > In Attachment. ielor. administrator oa the
reform. A total separation of the fiscal conccrn 1'lOl'r JOSEPH-M. estate
cf the Government from all JACOB G. SOULES. J P. S.-A good merchantile busii4esicuuld l be carried SAtiCHEZdefeated. -l
J Banking institutions 1lF DelenuWin on at the time. August J LEE WILLIAMS
'd : and all concerned present ,Afar
case
IMS
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:3sEf. .'. -
'- .ijj&sraISEr .. 0 as the best guarantee for the of 1.
... 1. ... National preservation our will take notice that 1 have by virtue ol a writ A plat is left' at the ollice cf the Savannah Georgian Offedbrfl! PRIME SHINGLES ;:-

b _& Independence. Encouragement and I ol i attachment is>ue.i]! lay Ju Uce I lulling, attached a and due notice will be given of the day of sale. IiiiI Jun( Itals., !
support to all banks, based upon sound princi. Trunk unduToolcfiesttheprorerly ol the Defendant July J, Iti41Ciiizens Wanted a ,good I COW. i

: pies, with the ability and disposition, at all times, an absconding [debtor. to satis.!f) the Plaintiff: in, of SI. .iugusunc et.22, 1841.Superior. ApphfatthjOj, I

a to redeem their bills in Gold and Silver, add anexpress I the amount 4 J 37 aaiJ vm is: returnable Justice I THE l'lEHiUUUUIUN'1, and I

provision in'all bank charters, requiring Phillips' Court ou Saturday the 4tii September: next '\\T OU are respeclultyiiifurwedthat JL:' I Cognac n rant I lI.:-, I,

ample security to be given to the'State lor the; etisuzaigihe dale hereof at whiCh lime and place the I '..II. : fj; {}-is iny otfice for tht>]eiclnsivu Q MKETI.XGjjTKtti i sal: HOLLAND GIN. Jamaica Rum, *

4 redemption of their issues in specie on demand, and Defendant' aud ail concerned \\1I1I1I'1'c.lr. 01 tlR.U1tl: Th' VEGETABLE: UMV1.KSAL : and Irish Whiskey \

-.. the perpetual subjection of all acts of incorporation JAMIKx.utilI.: C. t.. 1'ILLS. I'rice twenty live cents per box, with directiiina ttr' The above are of excellent t.quality.rbrands. app-Y: '( i
An
0&t. Si trim tine., JOlla 1&41Carpenters' I"orlale
the control of the Legislature. AllSUSt.- ill Klinlieli, :;Ilarll9h. Piirtlli'llfHf ntld f>eriniii. in any quantities, by _.. 'i "
.. J- :' -- 'J'ools. '1'he high and universal' of ;; I I VlUb.
the
reputation Brandreth
a. '. DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES. Pills I Who has also for sale) COMMON LIQUOR
,;- 4trr A simple and frugal Government,confined with. DOUBLE and single timoothing Planes, their, renders it unnecessary to comment largely :on viEs:: aud G'RC '"HiES.: He returnsthsnlufaj
do particular \iitnes. \ /bihoous
Jack doDo !san anti- aid
; .
in strict constitutional pur favors aud sullen..Jjynaii '
limits. galiva medicine paal l of them
tlo Foro they are
do' unequalled by Their
N. Pub1i Debt either by the General Government Do do' Jumter do purifing effect ou tile blood, is universally any.allowed- Janifary 6, J841 i I i

or by States, except forsubject of urgent Augers 2 in.: 4 in. 8 in. 'V 4 1.1. Panel alit! Iron Back all that have ever used, have approved and recommen From New York, via Charleston -l

.? 4r._ '- 1 1'j 0 necessity. tiavvs; Aie, Shmglo. Claw alid Carpenters' Hatchets; ded them. A HANDSOME assortment of WATCHES & ,
-? siff doc N. assumption by the General Government of COOII'HIIICII i Uiniblels ; l J J i docket: Chisels ; Iron In many cares where the dreadful ravages of ulcer. JEWELRY, which will he sold at Cbarkttt* :';

:4. 4X*** ? 'j 1 the debts already contracted by the tats. qtiares :;.nh Tool*, &c. atiou had JaiJ bare ligament and /bone, *nd where to:all prices, for Cash. I JAMES KNOWLES j. '

.- : No extensive system of Internal Improvement, lirass and Iron Butts ; Table and Cast I do. appearance no human means could sate life, have pa- Jarch26, Itl41. I ,' :

: p-,4 ; ...., .4 either by the General Government or by Screws by the gross ; Oil Manes, aud almost evary healtu tieiits by the the use of these PilN,. been restored tugood Xo(;cc.SIX .
.d article that wauied In the ; devouring disease -
is above line. having been :
completely'
WEEKS
tates. after 1 hall
datje "
eradicated.In > apply to the "' ,
All these *
A tools warranted of tint best and most of the of
constitutional barrier against ,improvident i of CoontyjCoimt Uuval CoQ jrJ
improved the .
manufacture.August consequence pleasantness of their '
.
; ... '? loans. oper for letters of Administration: ou the estate of EU-J
27 i iWM.. B.MACLEAN.JUtiT tion.lhey are universally used in c"erystclion'this
I VARIVAN0I'ON! late said
The honest wide jof county, deceased. }
payment of our debts. + extended
where
10 I country they are made known
.i ) _. 4lJ' received by the ochoontr Marietta I as one of the creditors of said e tate. '*
and
t. *1 I t A gradual return from an excessive Credit Sys. { ICyan, are fast! supcrcedirig.every other
: additional Mipply of LUMUEK' preparation o I A. WATERMAN ,
-\vhicli
l0'0 ,.. .r ..... tem. with the asuortiiieiil to. professed similar import. Upwards fourteen thou ?
gelber
% I already ou hand, coin Fort Harlce, Al.ich.ua County. Sepi.20, IS4L
r4 : No jri. Hand cases have been certifie'd .f'
S connections between cured
Government Bank ,es the beat and largest assortment of Lumber as solely! from Hiei
ing orporations. I brought to this market. and is otl'ered for e,.:r i use, since Uie introduction of bern into the United 80 OOA PRIME: CYPRESS SHIN
'o ,. sale us be States! thusj; e=M Wishing the fact, beyond glef. from Burnt Fort
4. : No grants.of exclusive charters, by special leg.'i fore, ID) per cent loner than at any other yard iu the i that the all doubt Mill
Braiidreih Pills tho best article !
Georgia. They
e'0. islation, to Banks. city, viz : I cure lhoapparently( most op; are brought nto'tL
lblO, -0iIJ w. c.,!": 4 ;; No connection betw cen hurch and. 'State. 15,001)(/ ) feet mercli. I in. Boards' 'I j)oitcdlseaes by the one simple act of coniinuall market! and I will be sold .loW by I: :.

2J S' No for honest JJllfll' .. rtlus do. do. > I e evacuating bowels with them until the disease give:i ngust27 \;WM. B. !MACIJlslale ENfr. '

t.'P 4)4dLP *.o proscription opinions. 2U.OIMJ. uicrcH. Weather Boaodin I' way therefore, whatever may be said of the TH EORf of .rianncl Solatia d -, '
.,_- ... t G Fostering: aid to Public Education. fUUO" .. I e UTILITY lot tun TRACTION is now luro\D ,
) t No Flooring Boards, | ALL i in> hereby givo'n. That siz month and
.. %. w. '? ;' .- ; h repeal of the Naturalization Law. U.OOO, .t DOUBT. NOTICE
'
f'i V-; .- .S. :- j 3 by B tocantlinj, As' raudrela's! hereof, the subscriber! administrator ot, :
., Pills
'I
1P5WW! .. % f...' 'O 4.t I 12,000: ) 3 4aygj o.ki.: Ague! Costiveness cue Scurvey, Fever and I the estitn of MANUEL $OLANA, 'late of Iiuf
persons having clairns or any other de- .\ and its cotieueices, .
ALt W. I. eafearing
John del
whatsoever against the estate JAMES B. MACLEAN men.'and' all travellers loforeigii Counlv, "a J'd. wilt present the accomrtef'lonhl :.

;L0.k .J0I ,I.J .. WILLIAMS, late.of tit. Johns Couniy. deceased! liars/tarn ,""Ie. 1 T" I be without iherii, in order to resort region to them*, should oa not Ins: administration t" the He Iha Judge of fi." '
';-': are 'nO 'liea virtue of occasion of [illness. every County Court of said Coin ty 'for adju'tment, ft d :
file
hereby to their respective demands,, BY a writ of lien facias issued out'of | !Ku medicine chest is required I I -
July authentitttted, within the time prescribed by law ;: Superior Court for the District of EJwt where they are, '1 iliaC or climate effects them that he will thereafter pray! leave .to be discharge ;",.
not,
.OP.010&- : .0A-.. .. 4.i'r't. '_ ind thase indebted to said estate, are required to. make: Florida .tnd to me directed! !,and deliver.d,1 I will ex- 'provided they are kei dry, (ieutlfeUien will find tliH, front hU aaIlliiui4f3tiUtl.Jialy2.l1l 1' MATHEW SOLANA ;, '

tnmediato payment toJA&1ES poso at Public Hale, III tho I'UWII of' Jackson riIlefi in nifdicine! om that will ensure health to people I
: on
M GOULD, Adminstrator front of the Court House, on the iiih day of Deceinber -I I tlieir eslatfi: j 0 Green Turtles.rHI ., -k :

St. Augustine, March J2 1841. next, between floe |iours of tell and two o'clock'of' Be careful! and: never purchase: Pill lit Druggist; HE highe-t juice) will be given at the City,
: r-0 thai day, the following described.properiy] I PROKKSSING: ,to be hramfreih's JL j' "
.? r- I 0 to wit ij f.l'ili" : NOci'MSTANEtsj (:114',- lei for Green TurtlesSi1El j
. /b : NOTICE. 2 Horses! 1 %'1uk :; Cows! and Calves. isjiny one of this class y
if400. 2u;
D ._. Hot *. 4-.0( an Agent.
;
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w.p.ksfr.'r date I
laths lion. :;
bu h. Corn My apply th.
'!. THE Subscriber begs levve to inform his friends .> ID Lush) IV'a.2 arrsg.s;, y Can.il own established' agents have IXVAKUBI.V all E.vGKAVt will t
. 4- the Public H03l/ 1 Skill': Boat, I ; Horm D Certilicatc bilIt.d i 15. Urandreth I Jii'izf'of the Coiintv Court of Duval Coaat} ,
that \I.
generally be continues the FJatdo.tl Cart, J.jIO;:;( I f). in m
r
4 : ICum/ oivn\ hand f"r.leU'u I of administration, iipon nil! ndpond iiguptr$ the
Fodder
AUCTION AND aud5 writing. This
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..,. COMMISSION BUSINESS. 1'loughs Taken) 4s the renewed yearly-andover w... '
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Ha of GttlfIeV pto-I; 'tvv > | ::1 -'-iind cl;lUel.- rislitsrinjl I credits which werrt 0.
returns his thanks to his friend who have perly Vt alton, to satisfy judgment lveiiioiiths old it no Linger guarantees the J"
4' '. b J employed him herotofore, and trusts that by strict 11.1. cost of tuit ill l.ivor; ofl/ H.-irdy H. 1'lai:1il's: i cenlli'Il'nCII-c'o": the medicine ; it would be well, therefore..lur .,: the e-lale of 1'HILII' 1PJCt.S.laLe' of said Coot&? -:

4-z tention, he will continue 10'merit a share of Public I. JU l'H: k :).\.% CIJEZ Marshal. uui hriMirs: to tan-fully! examine; the C.rlilj. ly, deceased, al the.time of JIIK d.-ath. i!

patronage CHARLES IIOBIOU By; J. GUTTLIlJiO.VJ U. All rate. 'I lie i 'April 23,1S41, ,f Nov. ISli. .1 with a litcel seal. If the genuine medicine is ohuineil paptr! Jan. I 15, 18 II l 1 ',.
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.4
1 I 1 there' i".110 doubt) ..r its giving ...
; cmnpU-re satiVfactiun -
; l\olicc.
Notice. : is hereby given that and if all who it ,
NOTICE aix moi.lhi al'ie want are rirelul I to the '
by iibtivc
per.ona.having claims the hhull dirri, go a IX months nftcr dale 1li; II$ apply.to i the
against of lions .
relate i i.
ALL present my accounts before tho thrrc. httlf doubt but. they will obt.i'n it.v Jndef !
SABATE, late of St. Judge of the rit Johns County l'<.uu t 1 fur letters {:
,0. -. Johns County I'mnity Court of Johns County 'for Reinen lit r 7t() MetUini! Street, is the '
.. -.l. ; -.A01i lea, are required to them eelilcinciit only plate iii; r oillli as adininislrdiiir on.I ti o es'-ue of HEXKYf :
( .: l present within tho time and ap/'ly ,for a di>rhirge:,: ns 1 Exorutorinf: Charleston hero the genuine medicine tan lie obtain 4
//. TC1I, late of saic 'deciMseiL_
prescribed by law ; and all indebted to thecbtaic of Mis. MAI&I.l ed,and the county : f
:4 persons said 1 all. HOniilGUE'A. late at Brick Store of JOHN J. HEDRICK .
t : : k elate are requested to make immediate payment. of faiil county, deceased' of which all cinle'rnelvill re-h and in good order, on the same terms ill! in any'4' AiisusKJ j JOHN LLtVtLLL.llS.: Adru'r-4 ;
- -' ., J'I ANTQNIA KWGERO SAliA 1'1's: please take) other l : t -
4 iu.'ic.
: Al.VTLO city, IIeIIIg
. 4i Oct. SOLANA, J my agent at :;t. Augustine ; where i Yellow .l'iise Lumber.
e 1840. ;
,
.
- 41 .#f.. --t: -.: :S 0 I FANCI8COitOt, Ex'r: -June II, I--I' Executor) >tan".J he seal seen of his his certificate, ;given from undo my hand''l, fl 04.( FCEI'nierch: ) in BOARDS;*

4 FlQur, Corn, Meal, nul'retllr : .':(JUrc.rII. > agenry.B.. .BRAND O.e );;,fllll)()( do 14" d.. "" 4
KF.TH.)M. IX 17.IIIIUlcct) merch. 2 inch I'Unk. ,'
.. the Scllr. I liB ; i
tiovvard, 12 days from New York. CO-Pltrtlt'r'lIp' liejftnfurn r AIMIII* ulIl"r
04j 211 Broadway. Y 12.IHN) ) iln Weather Boirdin
'Ili.OOO dc !
D we are receiving a fresh upply of Rnrhester JI. the name* and irm of Jt.SS : rt (;.. .I".or a'lIIo' II ; sFonugt1.
I 31JI\lUCf. e cerv d. ,.n Ilititi in hi"l I U BoanN35.DOO: ; ; ) dll'lCefus> I 'IIII 1/1
l Fir
i iI' inj Baltimore Flour is tins dIY ditsulved e, row ;
.t.0. in whole and half barrels, In I by inutuil CIIIII>Cllt. j of lunint.ss can he hml on the !tit.t -
\rl terms, Mirli ill / i1flJi'l(
.1I1t
L-4) .:- f -.. .: than Meal, Buckwheat meal.' All persons! having dehiands a ain-t the ;I I hlte firm I Dry Good-; Fancy l\rliel.q.llarl1\\nrL', Cutlery H.its'as' : weilth..r'lluding 'licantlingCIa11'

-. L -. : I II B. r.. CARR &. COHollow debted will present them for I pa) inent, and all peboiis in Caps,.:Shoes.: BooM. LidV Bonnet! Jewelry. Saddles, The ab-jve elI.'lOi)4 Lumber, nHsortment wilt be sold 10p-J, '
t
to aid
linn
-' .I. __ are frquemed to call ami" settle { Itridk-s, doublr: and single /barrel inn "
(
:. the lIa'lIolI all .1' And' l'i..tl.I.J.llt I, cent lower than at any other y.-frd in the city. ..
Ware. unsettled -
accounts either I., 'lor : Pourlr.l'owuler
-0..-. .. .. : ..q4: : I I' IRON POTS, Baker 'Ovens, Spiders. PanP, Skil (took Account, if not settled by first ol Janu.irv note uef". cIt,". too I In ii.ius to mention.Fldks Thankful:lIlIllhol/rld.. of favors art; ] l\ra\ 1 II WM B. MAIr.E.if ::

.44'' 0. .40 ; r TeaKcttles, ( rid Irons riiow Pans :;lIIolllhinl will be (put in the 'hands: of an attorney fur collection./ i.i :aiidhoi, e4. I bvirict attention to (bn-inos,"past lo int-nt I 0 B it l.S. I'anuiy 3lu:s 1iII:1-:[: : ', !It!.

. : : Irons, and a variety of tuber articles fo/ bouse Settlements! can'e made by ('IIUiunn/ either of tt ic con iiuanci: ; of the same. a .. li ilo Prime. d<>. ,
%4. ;'.. keeper Al retail. B. E. CARR & CO. late firm who are duly :!aiitlmri-ej to settle tlio ; I JohN: nnniicK.: I 10 n.irn-Is Irish Potatoes, -I I I'1'

-.; _.s.t, .. M.... .; April 2.1841.! \t.M I It.CIIAKLKS. IW:;."_ lIa1l11' :St.: .\nII'iIIP-I' I2ih .\II II'C. I -' III. I "ni.v Kegs (i,, hell Butter. Fnijunteby;
l .I \I : MCKKICK.i :' 7" UMT.; U: f.\CJ.F.A
.. .iro ce. N. B. Tiie biisines'. will bill Le carried I .lofict'. "---- -

; .I',4 ; .- SIX weeks after dato I will apply to the Honor i'\.losots KOriSs tV HOLM Kti.: at the same 'ltce.on by 1 .ALL; Persons.! imU-bieri: in ih.- e"Ille..f I'UlI.ir .1-0c4.

: ; the Judge of thIS County Court of Alarhua Jacksonville, Oct. I 15. I -.al. l OLA\A, Jr., late of :'t. Johns County. de- I IX months afler/ date I shall apply to Ibo iadce
.. I0 j. County for letters of ministration on the Estate of ctaed: :ire requited to maki; i immediate JM'uIa4-Ill. I- of ,. J..hll>t.IUllltly Con' t for iutteM of d).wa'jti

STEPHEN MURPHY, .lato of said County de. l-olicc. And all I persons having) demands ilg..iu"l .iu:.! a-tire. :ti tla.n Ailmiiii-lrator ou the est.ile! nf LAZ.IR&' ,,': '

.. f. .% censed. WM. BROWN. ALL persons ill nny way inde.bvd tt, rile e.tttft I are required to pri-scnl the same within two years tiom o UT lit 1.1 I, l.ito of fai'l coiiniv, decpaneil.ROBERT .

; .- .. Newnansville Aug.. 9, 1841. KICHARD il'MUHTMA.V, late of Saijit I I the dale of this !notice or they' wiil It*, I forever L.irrcd. II I .MlCKLF.R: AdmV.Ai .
- 010 ? Johns County deceased, nm c.6Ue'llIpllll l in rnalo :I AXTO.MA. ;M. oOLA.NA.: Admrx. ,j'' 'ril "-::. -ll. "
-' A FEW bbU. S1.0NILUJE: "iri good, order," payment without .furiiier delay. And tlxix I 0 MAMEl.CRE I : :i1'ICNIATCII "
l'O I: ,
: on hand and for sale, ; havlIg !" Admr. 1-. varratiled to ig; u ; .
demands
.
'0 a- tywar.. against: !;:JIII\ :'n., at'e: are 'hereby/ notified; to :> ". 1841 I !I.Ntav. I. the dam,l'e 1 weath, iis I" keep any'lenztI1llS; r
B.JUdT MACLEAN.
the
00. present same xviihih the time prescribed by law.1' ---. UK. II t: CAKK & CO.
0 arrived aud now landing: fiom the :;CI;;. or their claims! will /bo forcvt-r.: barred. : : ."la.I'SII111""I Sale. i .

: 0.0 .: -. :. $ '*. Elizibeth.from: Burnt Fait Mills ii'eorda, It. I). FONTAXE:; I II I I 1131' \1 irtuu.' 01 sifiitirv wriu* of lien-facias i<
% ... .f. Uil.OOO foot of ,'t1I0I'ine Lumber. winch \\ill bu J. M. FOXTANE.: I} out of the Superior; Ct.urt fur the l District ..t' II'i JL livurutl.tern's;; in the Vi, lage of tit. Seiji4 ,
I eN% ... .4. : I _old from the vec.s..l direct A great Inrgjin.: r.;11\ ;', I It'll. Executor; 1 I I East: Florid i Mid in UK ti in cted r.ndliCf! ;fJ d. | \\ ill: ..re i ii :.,} I.IK* WHVTKVF.R II till the pfpprfy !l"_!*, ,.

I 4 4 .. *. Consisting of 1 inch, li and 2 inch Wide Boards: L I I c.\po-e at piih.'ic; ,.tlt. III front of the Cuint 1.11in -.; Her f..r .II.'. am! liureb.ner! ; aa! r.apa.etfuiIy: liiitet t

1 .$nd Scantling ol llciineusions and i/.es.: /iKtil'l.AR !, I I i Hi': T'ivvri i,1'l Ja.k.-1I11\, ill!.,' on ;Mt>ni; 'a'.lhc I; fir h itav I I ;I" t.XII r. tritinilJg 1h,'. '1'1'1'1.1' I1II..r,11 tll them. r

. -- I Apply on board to C. J.AT nan, or CHARLESTON: AXU SAIXT: Arr l'STI- FACKCTj I i of'l l) Ti.'lnbl. r ,r.. XI, betwi ':n.1 the liou'>i.r i i Irli :1 iui I I\'.:, I l-.I:.. bANC -,
4- -.Oct.: 2 WM. B. MACLEAN. StTKl'JlKX i. }'R 1.\'lRS. i I I o rl.'a k ill. lbit! il.tv. all tl 1I.. ri lit, t title ami IHI.-M.--I of JOHN RAHAM, .

i'"- . :-4 Notice.[ Tim undersi hf.l tikes) pleasuie in inform'- (t \Villrnntn J, .\}IUs in the Ibihiwing;) dc-iribed'property April2; !>l'. I 1't.! ( by his Atlorn f. ,.: c
E t lug the Cill.l. I1"; of Saint wit : p-- _I '
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--r--. IJ0fr :. ALL persons FREDERICK having demand again ,the Estate 1'uMic gt rurally, lli.il: ho Augustine has newly and fitted the I I.! Two a t ft uiI' 'Ir-K nf lard 1 I ling and heinz in"tl.c'- -S .IX \vaeki ;uftr d.ile ;'upiiha4itivn' WIt be idt' '

i.iy.9. .oj' Dural County: afe HARTLEY: decculled, late up the iliii\.: \c.--el m a Mijierior manner for lh.11} I IiCLo I toun iH ill--, ( Iii':'illlIIg.' cnch one hundred the IIlIhv rib,., tll 11D. 111111. the Jude ,or u 1 .,

-I... -; ; .' 0 authenticated, within the required time prelle"tth"11 duly .I ; >niiioJ.itioii of Piseii;: -r4. hating added- to her ) and fiw titi rjnaie, ..mi unoun in the plat or plan: nfAaiil CIllIllIY CUlJrt III't.. iou iso (:IIIIUIY for Iftteri f4liauuluu.tratlun :
-nd all indebted prescribed by $.w ; 'i former I .iiia\ eIiu'ticeu It II eXh lI-i\i! and airy cabin oIl.| I|I 'I I <>" n ;i. I lois numt.er 'live, and number'MX, in on the estato: ; hI' J.t COlt t..OREJ4reaae'I.

. --. .oA.. :;' persons in to said totaie.iII make ini. deck, with !stHtu rnniiK.; an-l h"I" ,'" bhirict_ attention'' I I Io i .ijii.ut: I'limbi.'r[ niiif, .ml biiundeil; as follows. to wit :: di;: J. JAS W. \1'JlIWP.
: J. _.I. : payment ..1'.1'.mediate 1114 /liii Si to On th.. \"rtli \lllurU'. May 2.h. I I1I .
uI':44. ( surji | of hy Street the .
.tWi.u: WASHINGTON M. IVES. Rxecutor. rerviv/ > iuu: the I Lu1otIc/ ) ; on East by ;Mark 1- -
potruiI..age 4. j hs ni''liUli.iil l-j.t-rve. '.l :St Ir. t-t ; oa the bout: h l by Lots number, ; -
MandarinE. and
tuo
,IC(1I.
F. :
October ,
_6. _Intl. i l'rri ii'ht and I'a<.." 1.l.clI ,011 as k nutiiber Ih,('!!, in s.n.l """Iar!! ; and on tle- West by 0 UW1tJ.IU.OW: the ,

Estate of Uary, Hanfortl; tier. terms as by any other \".-"3d. rca..UII.LICI\I 11.1 'number four, in ..aid <|hare number ri'rie ; toiretli'er I lY..D. f.aihi"4 fir t. \ugui'tiuie.1atud rltctfully its inr.mls tlaJtIIhe
vicinIty,
\Ii -
NUTICE is hereby given, That six months after July! :!, I -.11. I LOUIS; c : i i with all and !singular; Ih jteiiem.>nN. liercditamcnts! has recently arrivelJ frum ;htrlt'IIOI1, and ha"jlJ..t

: the estate of"MARY hereof the subscriber, administrator; of Itegulur Iackct :.. p.iul wi.e appuitenanres! thereunto belonging a'r in any ol"IJcd a tlpct :ts.nrlmeut or Fancy and Staple
HAKFOKD. late of ertaining.
.St. Johns) OJ: Y
I iiJUlJS, ill the BI-4tIIWII: store of Ur.I'eckr.
C unty. deceased, will precent: tho BETWEEN SAINT: AL'GJL'STI.NE AXU: tiAKLE.TtJ.: ;'; ALSO,""
account i.f Ins
__ a %v.'hlil2. "I here her
i flf ill
. 0I C'IIuitaut .lIlicl
& Sg- jidminiHtraiion to the Honorable Tl..; L'au-ket S.th : ; All: that parcel of land 1011(1( Jlr
the Judge of the I ""yier EMl'lUE.1 : LtM x : situated in the (''.ui lily nf Ii II" \\'Iil? hi aui4i.liiciii.
County Court of : \ I Duv.il.) aiway s fin III Uti tll lilt the ::'t'n'tllis
said O'.IU\\I'K. ?Master: will i IVnitory f
County for adjustment leave tliu : > Flnnda, de cnbnl
and :jaboveports > as; 'foIov| to I" : Tho sl"-tllc..t! IdH.r recciYetllli
;
that gruteiuiliy
0 o. .. he will thereafter vv't'lV.' III .111(14. unl wit : Lots ininb
pray leave to bo charged S tin- I'nl.l'O, \ nine I ami number r' in .
geneially. Section
II. :
.. ... from his administration. I ..urn rO"I''f IIII.h'. I'llloruied' th.it Ii uiinl.erlei! a1,1.W ui.Ii prolllplly alhutl. d 101.
I
ttn" has
0 packet II) numbor iiI
\ tt vo, 11 I.tll::lIiiiaut.e l- \ i'iiUP.: I-li.
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; .& July 2. 1841 MATHEW: fe'OLANA. I t'lten'MVtf 'ami' airy "''t'IIn'I ItIOl.Jalllll1J. !both for Laiii:: h\t''I -.l\. "Ulh 311I11.I ,,.t, lugrier \\ lilt till!

kO.L .- ..-:. ,III ll E hucnber lass just returned j'rl"" lid, (irntlctiicn ; and forjMcd j aid gaiety ftnnoi'boThe I .iMirien ,nf ihtrt.Takeu as tin; properly of I Wil I. I'LO1UI-I IIOl1SB..f .
;.0Io4,4tir1I .... ton with a new and handsome supply ChiHl".I' "rpt !ot'tl. 1 liam J. \l lu.; :. .IU II I'I:4fy. the sevvrnl jndem"enls! illl.1! :01'. AUtJ-50fi'E. ,

conMsting ofCalicoes >iib<,rnhcr' rein-n| his tli.inl.i to hU friends cots nf mt in ..I\IIr... Ira Harris. :\.Mu.se Curry. and I; .::. ; Till,: :--l1h)4eriher haavii!: leased the above
I .
'- from 10 cents to 25: nii.i 10 tho .rt why giv! the prrl'-renre; in bii ,('..!id. tho Southern Life Insurance, ami Trim Couui1iaiy.! : f--R 'tahh..llln""t; 'lir a term (ytsars. vill ciuiiJt

French do, 44. new style, I ;pi'iierdlly. and trust thai, by 'Irll.t aticntion.( will'I I J. :;. 5ANIl E7.: Marshal| ;._. : .II IIfr'nliur u-n has own lcollnt. anal' an !lOiiCIll1i -

L3.00I 4 Hornspon, ucbleached and white continue luau, 'nl n "ilu i of public patronage. _ By J. ('UTTEIJSOX.: I 1). :M. t. ;: ilshare of 1'III.Ic ParOJ.le rerclolore el.jOlyed.l.r"llIi .
Muslin de lain., plain and tigured -- ----"tlel.J. l -,.s tll lIIake the FhHlda lh.iin.e e'1llal lu anT
,0 Silk for dresses. Mantillas! BooIx ami Stationary lI Hillel in.tt.e nlll"ern* Coulliry
Cloaks and Dresses I. UCKIT: KMVES: : [ Bread do. fluu'her dnl; OC K l 11' Invalid 1 '
made. Dictioriiirys.: Primeis and olhcr.i"ilillg'I" dspend
._. .. ready Knives and Forks P ; Colored T.'y"; city my
% Bonnets and Hoods ?Jin set" Unzirs in c.i-ies. El I. lu.li.ni Ink. that
00 + new fakbion hots ( Qnilt.s i'.lne, Blark and Red Ink; ivery nertil/n will he made y the lIub..enber
Ribbons ) Scissnr.', Ivory! pocket, ruu.b.. Ci. :0;. ii"| Memorandum Kim end.r; .
a very handshme assortment, on c1Ll4.: Gun pur .. 1, : Jjl.iiahs ; Bar Uuk<; riphorini: r thp.irljtay both comfort.lblb and agreabl aDd Ii
French Accordeons. t.'ajx.: fi..h Hooks.I Ita/or :; Inn": do; Comic :alnian.t s. Ariiiuneiics$ ; t,Iit charges: at all tim..s will hc Itiiiul moderate.
Lead Ciefl2ral'hv ,
Pencil !': rea
Crayon .
I'ocket
-l-lzrz ; Cutlery, Jewelry, and a great many articles lot I looking/ | jies.ALSO. :, c.irk cre\vs, Pucket: el-s: Sitfilin, ; IIHI! |;>: 'Ruled Cap paper: Letter di: W.\ W. O.\'CES. ""- Iit.

numerous to mention. Note do gilL edg*; Dnwing do; Vismnj i \nII'Iline: lithiatna 18-11\.
Card' I
Pearl ; ld
I -aticl Inun) ; : -
Strap buttons
\Thankful for put favors, he respectfully informs! For Mia Imv by the srn<". \PfiiriU; liu.Iii! : JuM..rraft'r : eaes! ; Knive" sci* N.: B. i\ c'"nmflllllJI yud nd stebles are *t.
by WM. -
-c; 0 I II his customer generally' that bo intends to cell at the It MACLEAX.Horses : :. sors ILiir llriisheo" Tooth do: Powder! Bo.xe.-: Fancy c:ached to t11.. I'rcU1ie, for the co J\"enince or travelICrackei. /, 1

sS&f I lowest Charleston: price to -:. Boxes: Purses;; Wallets; anal .other articre.. fair tfII. .
JLct. ,
utility i
COME AND SEE. URRY ,. I j and! fancy forming!! a Bijuu of I
t'_ .. C Como ll .rsf> Bru>hc4, and Car.N. pretty tfnnss; both plea:
rsing ami
I useful.At '
-. .0-. .. -.. -- ,:: 12: J. CORN.Nov. April Or tld'IJCOl'l'criu, Ic4l. Glaubers't B E : <. Phlern.! : :t I r' ?.lIj..t ili.!. : tit1! utJIrluut'nl! Bun-r.n: sod-i. uigar nfittoll, N \ t, !

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