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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: July 3, 1843
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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."
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1 1'' ri IETIVE i THE BE UTIFUL. :0 From Sargent's Magazine.; :I the General uttered there arose a hundred i :from Madrid to Lisbon. He answered by show,'' _

/e: : %& %&*L mm. 8 There is but 'a very I minute portion of the A TRUE '[iNARR TI VE. j jBT voices and even murmurs of the word iraitor I i ing his despatches from the Russian ambassador, ,s. .
creation that we can turn into clothes and food applied to himself. I and his passport. This would
** > certainly
have
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C. M. WARD M. D. '
( O \! 1BmU ::Dmm< CJmn. and gratification forth body ; but the whole \' There seemed then no hope of.,mercy, forman been sufficient, had he not unfortunately,,been- .
'... :'k' IS PUBLISHED VERY MONDAY, i). creation may be used to minister to the sense'of. During the time that Murat held military rule becomes ferocious when he fears for him recognised by the peasant. But the assertion of :
beauty."-Dr. Chaanin at Madrid he had occasion to send important ... this man, who persisted in it with '
firmness
l'JlJ1f3' l @@W self.N at, j
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'L"m1f m to Junot,then at Lisbon but it Iwas
The despatches ; said his officers let this forded
ADVANCE' Beautiful !f the Beautiful l"ERtUCDrd., IN ,. OR all the roads
: I' a matter of great difficulty, ns to man,' .
eagerly.athinlt from his
"', THE END OF Where do we fin it not 1It blood. ;
DOLLARS AT 'J.'HE'YEAU.
Lisbon were in possession of the army of Cas .
Leckinski heard aU.forhe understood Ask him said
; : :J all.pervadiqgr grace tagnos-troops by He led of the chamber and thrown in 'if he
was
,a ftit 'f.tbe first id queut one LMizer a<)verWmentsin proportion andDOLLARS 1 And ligbteth eve spot. men of the Spanish revolution and place which might have passed for one of'the n'Fren' him n! fFx

( j I nohe +sillbflou2Qdere irk nasyuareedAche ojteie r were also infested' by:a more dreaded enemy ,of most frightful dungeons the inquisition. At Yes, undoubtedly Leclrenskl ,4 lore-

" '. iviho.e who advert ne bYt1re"voa% :.'. i'epa.ld"'OD' &.w .: the French, guerillas. the moment the Spaniardhad! stopped him he the Spanish nation, and I esteem it for its'h
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Ife Russian Madrid. c -
Strogonoff, at --
I the'door friends"
when of his closed
: prison'wa9 on, u
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.. AND: 8AI f ADGCSTINK JACKET fO Veseq ? sky, Russia was at this time the friend more than !the him;he had been*':ighteen hours without fond. : Colonel,*said the interpritejvra 0 ,Prepcl' .. ..' : 4 '
1 sThPHEN FRANCES.. And in the flowrets hue. of France. After Strogonoff wv: I
ally consideration
some ,
Add to this the fatigue he bad undergone the prisoner says he hates us, beeaiae.we; make
The undersign& d tikes pteasuie in inform. I / V i!I said he thought could be managed anguish and deep anxiety ot his situation andit like banditti. He despises us ,and he' wet.: 4 : ,

,ins thecltizenio, Saint Augustine ,and the4'eblio 'The glories of the noontide day,' Ae proposed that a* Polish lancer dressed in[the will not be considered surprising that he fell grets that it is not in his power,to unite the only whole re. 1I .'f f
:raJt that be hat newly fitted ,
.. 1"l: Russian uniform should be with des I
The still and solemn night, charged nearly fainting on bis wretched bed, which was nation lie"
t 11,.tbe aboye veud i inii superiormanner, for the from his intan' single man, that l} might end the i
Admiral
.accqml d.\I" of P..ae ;pen. ,having added to her The changing essneja a, 11, can bring patches court to Siniavin who placed in a corner of a loom. war with one blow'
tensive and cabin was then nt port of Lisbon, and that be might at This source of consolation, however soon left ,Whilst the
: foriMerconveiTencei} airy onhopeib Their tribute of delight. interpreter spoke, every eye was :,
deck, with 8to1eoolO.; a id } strict: attention I the same time convey verbal despatches from him ; the heavens became murky and cheerless ; on ckenski,watching for the least movement :' ..J
11 ., Xflftiif bniineM.to roceiv .u.b share of the public Murat. This scheme,' he thought,:was the more night closed around all, and poor Leckinski had of, his'countenance; on hearing this unfaithful +4

.patreuuge'as hH merit hI\ tl/hIP,,..,. There's beauty in the child's first smile, practicable the insurgent army of Custaghos full leisure to contemplate dreadful<< position, interpretation of his answer. But, 4
on
;1.. Freight and :.Pawenjer taken oil as reasonable ,, And in that look ot, fa'lth- was very desirous to obtain the neutrality, of which he judged almost without the least, ray of to the tribunal: he had made, up.his mind coming I
: *. another' vcitjel I..Jan. I. Russia arid therefore it to '. .
term bjr The was not likely they rise and he
Cbristian'slastion earth before. hope.He every therefore maintained
l84' Iy'I I W. P. ROSE. most r
2. 1 would give cause of umbrage by ill.treating its
brave-but die
was undoubtedly to at astonishfng self-possession.
: 'IIjs is closed death
{ .- f3.Superior Court, District East ,eye in ; messenger. ; eighteen it 'was very young. He was battling 'If they kill me,' bethought' to himself;'! they I
'J -* FLORIDA. Murat was delighted with this ingenious
plan
with the visions which came before him and will not only kill an innocent r "
but '
DVVAL COUNTY, MATT&it,1843. And,in the beings that we love, and immediately sent a request to Krusinski he succeeded each other as- in a phantasmagoria ; has all appearance of innocence man, one who .
.,lobs M. Robinson & Mon aynie Ward, partners, usdlobiuion :: Who Polish commander to be furnished with '' ; and they I
I ... '- w rd. have our tend'rest case a ny at last, youth and fatigue yielded, and he rues! will,therefore,have'all the odium of my death.'
: young man of his corps whom he could recommend buried in the most the very Gentlemen '
Va. The, Beautiful.. the Beautiful shortly profound sleep said Castagnos,who, contrary to '.
: / Cbriiuoa 1' Thornton Admr! Jamea Thompson dec Tis sweet to,trace it':jthere. A as brave intelligent and of good address. image of death. his!>> wishes, assisted at this last trial, but would i, I
: young Pole eighteen years of age, named He had slept about two hours, when the door take no in it 'it
..... j. In aUachmnt, $:)BO ,-Bond filed $1160.Tbo Leckinski part appears to me that this man .
: defendautyand nil 0 hen interested will please ''. to the I volunteered for the dangerous sero( the prison w as gently .opened, and some one cannot be snspected. The peasant .must.have I
'Twas
tale police of the commei cement,of the above, entU glance that|, God' threw o'er vice. *' I entered on tip.toe.band, was placed before been deceived. Let him, therefore, be -

., riled uitby attachment.and appear a-d plead theretoaootdin :: The young created earth, Murat, who himself could camly look deathin the lamp and then some one leaned over the bed liberty, and continue his route ; and, in render.' set at I

= to taw.. !., 'When he proclaimed it *|very good," tne face,could not however in this instance' of the prisoner.: The band was taken suddenly: ing an account of what he ,has undergone' tour _
i
JAMES BRYANT. The beautiful\ help pointing out to Leckinski the great perilhe| frnm before the light, and he was touched slightly hands,he will do well to take into consideration
had birth
T Attorney for petits.Dated ,4 ; would be in, should he be discovered. The' on the shoulder, and sweet.and, gentle tone the .continual danger of .

.. February 10 1843. : young Pole smiled and said of a woman's voice in French asked- which must excuse the rigor we are our.forced position'

:' egro.' r Clolht ig, Blankets, Then who shall say this l world'ii dull, 1 thank your: imperial Highness for having Do you wish to take supp er,!' employ' to .

a')rANS, 'OOTS, &c. And all to sadnes given{ honored me above my comrades b) selecting me Leckiuski suddenly jumped tip in his bed. They then,.restored Leckenski'his arms :and

I .1 CASE Negro Cloth, While yet. there glows on every side. for this duty, and I promise to render a good account with hi, eyes scarcely open, and said in German despatches and: gave him a safe pasSJXrt.? and
50 pair Negro blank! a capital, article, of my mission.! he went victorious' .
The away over, it
smile that came from heaven ? certainly may. K
; 30 lan1 tloattll, aIf i This bold and unaffected reply inspired the W hat do they want with me l' be,said as strong tests as were ever- d .. '
prttct oft
7 doz. Woolen locks, t confidence of Murat who forthwith gave him Let this man 'something to eat''.said Cas a human being. He arrived at Lisbon fulfilled "
r 'I.. 20 djz. thick Negro $lirfi, so much loveliness is sent his instructions when he for :
; departed Lisbon: tagnos, on learning the result of this first proof his'commilsion":: and expressed a willingness !. .
()
I J .. ,-> 3&cues cases rttarad Cloth Ca Negro|>t, I IJ toes. To grace our earthly:ho me, attired in the Russian uniform and furnished' 'and then let:his horse be saddled, and allow him return to Madrid ;|but Junot would not allow.tho I' c ;

\. 'ria i do.."' do Rnsaetf, How beautiful how beautiful! ,with the despatches for Admiral Siniavin. to pursue his journey. He is not a Frenchman brave fellow to run such another risk. : "-
R
{ 1,2' do:: .- Ileavj' Boats, ;: ? ,.. Will be the WORLD The two first days passed without molestation -how could be be a master of himself at such 'I. ._ '.-"
? TO COME but about the afternoon of the third, Leckinski time 1 It i is .' .
,3 do IigbI stout.b as. at retail. i a impossible. ARROGANCE 'OF WEALTH.
1\ Oct.3. I .13. E. CARL & Co. A. FRAGMENT; 1 was surrounded and taken prisoner by a Span But Castagnos was not alone. They gave The vassa'agti' fashion; which is ;part of ;I
i ..__. ish troop who having disarmed him dragged Leckinski something to eat: but his l horse was rank, prevents continually the free expansion of .

I Ciiriosi Its, lac. EY R. S. S. ANDROS. before the commanding officer; who happenedto not saddled and he remained in his prison till men's powers. Let us have the greatest'divenity ;. I .

r' 'i- 1' lave received by 'ite arrival, n great variev1iicli My lifo h fading' out-day after day' ; be Caslagnos himself. Let the chief bo who he morning. Ho was then taken to a place of occupations: But this does not imply that-}. i I

: ofbcanufiihioveltittlogant : j,\ rcn 1eri.cur :k Its flame grows dim, and all the outward world he might however Leckinski saw that he vras and was shown the bodies of t'm Frenchmen there is a need of'splittingsociety' into castes or : i
uiiil eztensivfuultd b ruiu. lu it
than ever inevitably lost if he was recognizied as a partisan who hid been massacred the
: horribly ? by peasants ranks; or that a certain number should arrogate ,
Puts
wm l hI A aiiirinrRasewoml ac ir rtinelitof. on o while siul :
| grosser uspecl-: my of the French. He
therefore determined
I' : ot Truxilla. They kept him here all the superiority and stand from the
and apart rest of"men !
-N. Ebony Utl Wearvof durance, liktt'a prisoned bird on tbo instant not to speak a word of French him with death and that ;
nor
day threatening a as a seperate'race. ... .. ttI
j
o and talk .
1 ,II. :;. .. J'l.uR } tatio ier/, ri '. ,_ ,
1 i ,..' r. 1Uru'a'neT"A' .'. ., .DelU. 9'4811 bAa.Jba&cireJe..jt..aro od. ,.. J.._ HI' and only to.answer:' i Hi Ilu.uianor Germ n. ribtaone.Cnn.d nty| ..*|irrniiniJBll..witn' f"istcned !Men'may wnrlr'' trt ffVtWt oCli :j r

I J Fancy Porcelain and gCutluiy all, And panting, struggles for its liberty, Bqih of which languages he could speak fluent. 'to with the most eager ears, in order to and yet reca nine their brotherly relation,. and }'1

and Perfume y. ly.: ( catch a sound which might betray him, and honor one another. Undoubtedly) men will I. r
'I' .. Nor nil in vain for ( the pre.
one by one bopds
Itriidiea and Combs, I ; The dreadful imprecations uttered on all sides watched by the most piercing'eyes, to discover as friends and.their common' associates those
,
Curiosities Snrpende *, Game,*, Are snapped,and the cold weights of clay that on his way to Castagnostold him his doom was a suspicious motion, ha nevertheless maintained with whom hey sympathize most. But it is'not

Hiding whip Accordi! nag Music Boxes; hang already sealed He had before his eyes he his equanimity. He had passed his word not to to form a rang or caste. For exam pie,the intel

Mantetotnameutaand variety of Upon Its pinion:?, like tho felon's gyves, horrible fate of General Rene who, n few we, ks flinch, and he was resolved to keep it,'and fulfil lectual seek the company of the intelligent" .. ,. .
'Article oTaste and
Elegant : Utility. before this in executing a mission similar to its his commission. Not single gesture or word the pious, those who reverence Go -. 'But x
all suitable for presents, of which we take pleasure i in Chained in hisdungeon, fall,away and give iwn-endeavoring to join Junot-had been as* i of a suspicious nature 'escaped him.' At length, pose ,intellectual and the religious sup.
bowing at the store \I B.E. CARR, &Co. Glad hope of coming freedom. Oh, what joy- assinatcd in the barbarous and trials were to r
Oct 31. most way ;x- after many hours of the most cruel he was .cut themselves off by some broad visible dis '
\ "'' To wander'through denial space arid gaze: : iredamidst the most frightful tortures. Death reconducted:: to Im prison and left to all the.hot- tinction,from the rest of society ; to form afctah

: By the Corporation. /. Oh scenes that angels] look on ; cleave the by torture creates terror even in the stoutest rors of his uncertain fate. of their own ; to refuse into their houses peopleof !
J PROPOSALS will'be received' by tlie City Coun heart ; and the blood around the heart of the Gentlemen,' id Castagnos feel with you infet ior knowledge and,virtue and to dimm

o'clock ol' Monday morning tho sky )young Pole frozeVuh in him for an instant. the great importance preventing communication I ish, as far as possible, ,the occasions, of intercourse .

J, HHJiday of Aprflnext, forjithe] use of a good ;Cart And pause amid the rtarsor: sweep awayIn "Who am'You !" said Castagnos in French.Lcckinski between the chiefs.of the French army with them; would not society rise uP.ti c -

1'1 Horse and Druer,every rrduy and Saturday of ev, dim infinity, and feast|unchecked looked at him steadily, and made a who are in"Spaini ; but here in the position in one man against such arrogant exclusivencss';' .. ".

I I errwreek'orotiej'enr.''rbe C.rt. hone and Driver I L to be uuder thcordera Oh glories brigh.te. than pnlhusiast's' dreams, sign of ignorance, and answered in German- which we find this officer we cauuol ''treat him And if intelligence .andpiety; may'not' bethir
I" 'I don't understand you., j as a spy upon the simple assertion of one of formation of caste on what ground shall
of the authorities from rise to let of worlds-- they,
every
City IOU can To mingle with the souls,of other
who Nerman did not This be deceived who have
i Friday and Saturday a "oreaaid to employed Castagnos spoke per our men. man may by'a re. no destinctionwho have distinction
J at whatever work required, and said Cart to be provided Worlds: the wild dreamer in his maddest mood hap; wish to figure further in the matter; semblance and then we shall b come murderers -' but wealth,superior costume, richer equipages.

I: ,with.* Tail .orrdSp de. Shovel. eeding boc Ne'er dared to number-and drink in their as he !left one of his staff to continue the inter o -a part certainly becoming us to take.' finer houses, draw lines n 'oud themselves anil' '

and latgt Rake. thoughts gatories. |I Poor Leckinski felt a degree of pleasure in constitute themselves in consequence.thereof' .
I, The Cnntractorshall inn diticn'atall!'tunes be un.. ; S S I The young Pole answered alternately in Russian entering his dungeon, which was: comparatively higher class 1 That some should be richer than t

,t' der obligation tJ remove all 'D;fitf,Animalt.P Listen to tales of realms,:wide, wide away and German but never once let slip the an agreeable change' from what he had obers: is natural and is necessary, rind can"'only :

: .' r.oni'nffentig will pie; se testate the price per. Beyond imagination's eagle ken- least French intonation. Ho was however, very undorgone. for the last twelve hours.: lie had be prevented by gross violation of inherent_

1 an..na.d iavfrtho' I'PropoaaUaoaled,with the. clerk ,Revel in knowlcdgo of all, 'space nnd spheres,. I uneasy as! he was in a very small room siir- nothing before his eyes but gibbets and hideous rights.: Leave men to the free use of 'their pow. '

ofthe" Council.' .0 All mystic lore"and shadowy: mystery, rounded by crowd of{men eager for his bkod: bloody carcasses, exhibited to him by men with ers, and some will accumulate more than their .
l ;" P. B. DUMAS ; who only waited tor his being pro'nounI ee fl the looks ot demons and the most ferocious neighbors. and tbrou 'honest mean But t.i .
Clork of the Council.
St. Aiuustinc I3ih March: 1643. Passions i unimaged and plights unknown French to fall on him and massacre him. I' countenances.. His thoughts were, as: i it were, be prosperous is: not to be superior, and should
i, I ; Till the'strong soul sbarsiuP:and' looks unawed These sanguinary feelings increased to a pijch under the influence of a spell. lie believed he form no barrier between men. Wealth ought .

: NiBW'Buckwheat, Flour, Hay, Corn, Full'in:.the. presence of't the, great Eternal beyond the.control of even the General himself; : saw on the cracked walls of his prison the fantastic not !o secure to the prosperous the slightest con. .

Bran .&c. &.CM &c. &c. &,c in consequence of what appeared n most tin* shallows of the victims he had seen hang sideratiun. The only distinctions which should .
4.Oats
ucky incident. An nid-dc-camp of Castagnos ing from the trees on the road side. Surrounded recognized are those of the soul.strong moral
DIRECTION
New Buckwheat, OF A LETTER;-There was receive'
-1. IObBlti a man fanatically patriotic (as there were many by these gloomy visions exhausted'nature principle incorruptible integrity, and a cU ..
50 bbla Howard St. Fl ur,
1 50 do Canal I, J at the .Pittsburg P. O. a"letter' directed as follows in the Spanish war) and who the moment again overcame him, and he fell into a deep t VJJ tcd intellect. .

I 50 Io'! Ohid. I: :- Lcckinski was taken, pronounced him to be a sleep.During. I I A man in proportion as he has these claimsto > \

;I 150 bag. corn, ."Swiflas the mailpursue your route French Spy rushed into the chamber, dragging this repose his door was again softly respec', should be honored and welcomed1 '

: &0' do Oats, I Nor stop or stay for a peasant dressed in brown cloth with a red I I opened, and his bed approached! The same gentle everywhere. I see not why such a man, however .
':""1 :10 do 8rno. : any feather in n high conical hat The officer made I voice said in French- coarsely, neatly dressed, should not be a ,
j 5<>bHlfailay, I Until you reach Miss Catharine Trout. way through the crowd and placing the man : Get up, and come ; you arc saved and t yourhorse respected guest in' the most splendid mansIons'

:<0 bbla*'l cracker i In !pitisburg, .Pennsylvania.1 opposite Lcckmski, said, : is saddled! and, at the most brilliant meetings. A man Is .,

I .tiKtrccoived per deli' Cl l irlolto, nud fir sale.. A witty clerk in the post office'added this P I 'Look well at this man and say whether he; i c The courageous Leckinski, however, always .worth infinitely more than all the gorgeous saloons ., ;!! ;

: I Oct 17 B K CAltll & CO. S. really a Russian or a German. He is a spy-I on his guard, said in German-'What do they and costumes and show of the universe. I'

J'' Nat "Miss will swear it with my life,' said he, stamping (u- want with me 1"I' I. He was made to tread all these beneath his feet. I.
'ce. Catharine Trout riously.The: Castagnos, on learning the result of this new I IChanning. '
,. B Y tirthe of!an order ranted by tho HonorableJohuL. Soon came about. peasant in the meantime attentively exatnincd proof, declared that the young Russian'was a'I- ;I IO..HIiUU

Doggett. Jn le of-tbo County Court J the features of the Pol The noble fellow. He had he all :: I i
.. And nibbled this funny letter out. young ; examination thought so, said.
ofUnvl i \will 11 nt Public Auction in There is
better
County no than ,
', wus not long; for dar im::.A malic.nqntgntncp alunir:. llut &hPt "i? "i" i -LUUTAnut'swny the manure dirty soapsuds jl .
front of the Court H-wse }ton the town of Jckouville, And we will finish the story. ., and there Is not a farm bouse the
commission who
wished ; in
I .. ; With his eyes burning with rage be clapped fold him guilty, and all coon- ;:
,; i, Ltod the24th beloasiur day of t the April Entile a 121\1.of tlie'lato nil that John'racfir Chrich- "This preuy'Trout'ris'c', 1 opine, his hand and cried out-'He is a Frenchman. were outrageous it) being lh+vas ted in their wih try,; but what produces enough of it in the

ton, Iuewn by iho" name of Chrif hton'a Inland on he ,J Jshook'd by him who dropped that line. he is a Frenchman!' and then told them that be es. All party' spirit tends to weaken our best course of a year, to manure a garden two or ':. _
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> Went Nile of the :3t. Jolu'a! River and mouth cfj .. bad been only a ew.\\cl.b ago at Madrid wit h judgment: of things ; but the party spirit at this three times over. Dirty suds, after washing is T -
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))0:111.L: kc.' far the b ,nefit of the llvira WHAT is THE MOST PERFECT GOVERNMENT ?- some straw which had been required from his time in Spain raged with indescribable violen ceter almost universallythrown: into the nearest gut. '
I, Creditor That"said Bins"whef-o' the inhabitants are village as well as from every other. in the districi. These men being baffled in their blood- Y to be washed away and ,wasted. Would it "
I A. W CRICHTON. Adtn'r.'Mandarin I;' desire for a human sacrifice, were, completely not bean improvement and show laudable
March 22. If 42. neither too rich nor too poor. 'I reongnize thh man,' continued the peasant t beside themselves. They were the same judged s 'economy in the good woman of the farmhouse; I

O"l'he: nbove ad?erli! e 1 sale is pontponed untifrfneifday i That," said Anachar is, thn Scychhn, as he who received my portion uf forage ,am, who had condemned General Rene to be taxed to have it conveyed to the garden to enrich the -

-- 2d of belay, next, when'il will positively u where virtue is honored: and vice detested" who gave me a receipt for it. i in two who had placed Colonel Pavaui in' an ground,and make: the vegetable crop more lux t.I ,

: ;b. lold. April 17: ."That,"'said Pittacus "whosedignities are 1'tiis'tiras.truc. Cnstngnos possibly saw the oven. and had horribly mutilated Francheschi. uriantl The potash,, the grease, and ,the dirt .J; ','

..., L ;; Sc-nrs, COm e and Spices. always conferred, upon the virtuous: and never truth of it ; but he was a noble and generous S Leckenski knew his danger, but he quailednot. all of which are component parts of son p-suds, 1 -

R, .i I )baryta!' London ..Refindo d Loaf Sugar the base." adversary and it was not by massacres that h e After another dreadful nightfour men, one are first rate manures ; and ahould always be '

: 4 : crush d do ',h That," said Cleobulous, where the citizens wished to build up the edifice of Spanish libt rty of whom was the same who said he had seen applied to make plants grow, and 'especiallywhen : ,

4. :?. "' do pulve izeJ do'2 fear blame more than punishment." ,,which would have risen more beautifully him at Madrid came to conduct him before a bard times are loudly complained of, and .

i ,,' boxes white Havana do ',' That" said Chilo '4 4 where (he laws' are and more durable, had,, such mon a3 himselfRnmana ort of tribunal, composed of many of the ofli- sound economy is the order of the; day., Soapsuds
;" :8: do' brown do do of the staff of General poured around fruit trees
; than and Palaibx had the sole direction pi f cers Castagnos. During occasionally
the orators.
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\ I 1'10 barrel St Croix doMace more regarded, affairs. He saw well dint the young man was a short interval on his way they uttered make them flourishing and healthy. -

:'.' 20 do itlolaoea .* But that said Solon i where an insult done not a Russian he dreaded the horrible atrocities the most terrible threats ; but true to his resolution WHITE S
SLATE 'PENCILS. We
4 do Honey isan: whole! : have received ,
to the '
subject
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; to tho meanest ; insult
Leckenski oJ
which would have been inflicted him ghoul appeared not to understandwhat
.. from Vermont friend '
'3(1() bn?' Rio Cuff a present of White Slate :
,L.. V & do Java do community. he be identified as a Frenchman. There used a they said.V ben he came before his judges Pencils, from a qu arty now being wrought by ;. "

I.I '. ) 3 do Mocha do I .' Coffee from Sweet Potatoes is warmly recom doubt and above all, his appearance bespoke he appeared understand what was 'going Mr. John Cain, in Castleton Vt. believed to'be ,,

: .. ..,G do Pepper ., \ ,. mended. The potatoes are pared sliced roast th,'or. He proposed, therefore that he shouldI on, more from the pre rationi than from what the only one known in the United States. They / ,," '
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..', Th6'WEALTH OF ANTIQUITY.:-We find in antiquity -I When her sight and speech bad both nearly Return or the President. therefore calcareous ; when mixed with'vegetable ter.' t -rose} and distinguished the difleren .

; : some instances of splendid' wealths- failed her she: instantly exclaimed "not a S The New York Herald, of the 22d inst., states, decomposition, or when decomposed they I distinctly and rapidly, according to the., trai :':

-- 1 I White writing magnificent treatises upon'conitempt cloud." Conscious that she had but; a moment that of the death constitute a 'Certilizingfubstanct'' and will produce tion from the shallow to deep water and tfc *j j'rtf'
inconsequence of Mr.
:: tor riches. Seneca bftd contrived to accu to live she shook all firmly by the baf1d-ga\'o; ; Lcgaro the most luxuriant; growth. ,I. It may therefore be i nfet red that 'I.5'

r' mulate a little fortune! 'of ts5.000000 franc AD her lad counsel to some young friends who were I tbe illness, of the President himself. and other The whole country. is based on lime rock, Marine Thermometer would indicate the ih*! I

:. : astrologer '.O uemed Lentulus, :was content with visiting at her house-then comtnendeo all present causes, the arrangements for'the further! progressof composed also of shells, which mostly preserve proach to rocks and iceberg, from the influence no .

:'\ ..... I :58,000.000 francsi I IVhell Tiberiouf died, 042- once more to Gal in II most solem and nf- the President throughout tho country have I their original form. This rock lies in many places I these bodies are I',knowato have on the tempers-.

1)00,000 francs were found in his coffers not a I feeling prayer-uttered a clear and;, distinct been set aside. !t was intended'that bo should I very deep, and ,in,other cases near the surface ., lure of the sea for. a considerable distance.. Th- "
: trancjcss. In less than* good CaligulaKpeat L farewell-then yielded up without a struggle her dial of the Thermometer
I" year ; there is, however, above the rock, a layerof Marine ; 'IS alwarsba ..
; the whole of it; !here remained not an at, happy: spirit into the arms of everlastmw love- visit Buffalo, Niagara the Lakes, .Cincinnati! clay, beneath the upper: surf ce. deck and shows!! by inspection roerejj the] ,.';:

,: 4 not.a.qu b4A1., The debts of .Milo amounted to and rested from all her toil. and return Washington by a circuitous route. There"' also a loamy soil in ,Florida, foundin 'depth of water In which the vessel: may be exact au.; :

t 120,000,000 francs. Caesar had not 49000,000 The Herald states that he was to have left Bos;:. many parts similar to our chestnut and red ing at the, time. '! ".:

.franc*, 49,000,000creditors before be obtain- ton on the evening of the 21st and oak soil,which produce in great abundance. i .
; ST. AUGUSTINE proceed I .
.od public office the fellow was soon : post
atty ; poor hnste via. Another kind of soil is found along the banks THE RIGHT TALK. ,
New
with 12OOOOOOfrunc YorV, ,
Curio
:: enabled present Washington City.
of rivers and at the wet hammocks, whish is
And Lucius Paulus with 7,500,000 in order to Monday, July 3, .8. 3. From the New York Express,22dinst. I i immensely) prodoctive ; a soil equal to the Delta Jently In looking fell over the our exchanges, our eye accL .
following .
{ fromthe! him. he upon extinct from
.detach them party opposed to edition, we learn that the President reached Ncv'York of Mississippi.. This land lies on clay, then a Cincinnati :' -"," -Uie--_-
Enqurerr|
,one day begged Bervilia the mother of Brutus, Principles and the people.? : : :
his I layer of marl on the surface of which is a deep .,
,to accept trifle in' theshape of a pearl worth I on return that morning, and was to Democratic National Contsntion,.WJifrf '
:- take breakfast at Howard's vegetable depositesuch n.'soil is not scarce shall it be held 1Ve' don't care where,
frand. house after
Mark which so hi
550,000,000 Antony' was be
la the absence of the Editoi 1 *
O" of ibis there : even in climate 'it would produce
paper ycur
!tOld to Mesalla: for the sum of 10000000. A fire would at some point nsy accessand giving! general
; the reckoned the Hon. E. B. GOULD will attend to his bud, )proceed directly to Washington! via. Philadelphia i immense crops. .Take it together the soil of satisfaction. ocr j t
loss
destroyed Bcaurus'* villa was aud Baltimore. Florida is fully equal to Alabama and, .su Criorto ,
When shall e held 1 Don't
*t: 22,000,000 francs., ,When Crassus supped I n ess. care-wheu.1O.
,with Lucullui the1'cost of a sans ceremonie meal I I Louisiana : but it unfair to consider the soil it is a day upon vhieh all will unit :,:

and francs OJ" The City Council of New. York, have determined of any country disconnected from its climate. How shall delegates be chosen J 1
amounted to between 40.000 100,000 !Ir The News" shall be attended! iu due Chimate is thing with the animal: creation By Dis1
t and after 'the'death of that refined Consul, the to appropriate the sum of 81000 to every ; tricts. | S > I II
I
of time. and sterile soil under the. influence of i ,
course a a genial '
i Who shall be the
fishes that'swam in the pond ot his country I be expended in fire works etc., for the Fourth of sun and a bft bland atmosphere will do, j nominee The man who- ; -
t house were sold for tho trifle of 700.000 francs. by the Convention is decided as the most pop S
Otbo spent 26,000.000 on the finishing of i a Celebration of the 4th July July. more for the growth 'of- plant!! than: the'most lar and most wor hy. These are our opinion... 4
and the
ertilizing richest soil could do
"wing of a palace commenced by Nero. One ofl' I manure brief ,true, but they contain tjfe fullnean.i,
I
,. : The Rev. F. H. RUTLEPQC, will deliver an address under the influence of an October breeze. "
Caligula's dinners; cost 1,800,000 franc lieu 03" The Repealers of New York sent 'overfiKLand.ihe ing of pur contemporarIes _'!h Hdi.b.x..the collimn. .
; unti nf hitbreakfostaroDly ; commemorative ,Cl of the Annivei satyr of, _.. flu ? .it i"*.not nnir ttnirnoco hrrg tn- 'df f' 'P""" ." J I -. t 1'H

{I. ..;..,, ;. L: i required our' National Independence; in 11'eEp1S opnl:i < Itepcatera-pf-Philadelphia JC4UO, i climate of Florida ;: with the blessings of Such we bel iev ,is the prevailing sentiment of"
5C0.000frnnc&a sterling, by the steamer which left Boston 1 Providence shed Ihe lam vertical
!., I pus swallowed a pearl! ( Church in this city on Tuesday, the 4th day of on upon ,11 son the Democracy of.the entire co D.lry. The irn, :
.: tl. jtfKStffinomic Friday week. t to gild their valleys and to'ripen their golden : of union and :
V' ._1 example: also: set by Cleopratra.- porance : harmony is ,almost uni-
July.
: ,. i fruit ; with a generous soil and the gentle zephyrs '
'neEsopuwe advert to,, (his son by-the-by, .tCAP1' versally admitted and felt. j J
.
::1 ;iftnelted precious strics to dririk nt hi* entertainments .McKENZIE. of heaven floating over i', this same countryhas
I) was not,as you may: 'well suppose, the Gen. WORTH and suite, len thi cit, on Saturday been for the last three hundred years the THE HU4AN FACE DIVIXE. ,
U":: It
now that the
II Jolly fabulist'and prcck hunchback whom eve- last in'the U. S. Steamer Hamey, [for Tampa I. appears vote of the Court seat of rapacity, murder and conflagration and In the female assembled ,. 'F"
Martial was decidedly in his favor. Nine t the bloody footsteps of rapacious man have face are the most exquisite .....
!, \i\y body is acquainted with ; but (,.luuifjusEso.! : on business relating tll his command. During I. voted proportions, 'with evcry'possiblo' .divers. ..
in his favor marked its highways and byways untl there is '. :
<
,--uus.an actor on the Romnn intimate: und three against him and the
very i of 1
stage the short of his residence ity curvature, no;and surface the .
period extremes
: '
among us scarce a hammock that'has not ','''
with Cicero this earned prove or recess, -
; opulent historian in on? three with a material qualification tbe of with _
I as to mal-! contrast, tie most yo
Gen. Worth his witnessed horrors and cruelties whibh humanity perfcct'barmony.- S
by gentlemanly at 1-
than .
I ,day, moro eight, hundred Stoic deportment.
Pythagoric,
ace of hi* conductfhich they declared nut bleeds. The eyebrows eyis, and mouth range at right.,
: ior Peripatetician ; and amiable manners has the of all pro- .
't 1 Philosophers couldpocket in ayear. iron esteem '
with the : and
i In March angles nn w, projecting below, narrow .
I j ; Apicius. the ninst celubrntc-d gourmet of ,those of our citizens who have madp his acquaintance : ven. i East and 1822 Congress 'passed a law organizing pt the point {indigently spreading at the-
West Florida into one -Territo-
( be etcrual
q ):14,000,000francs elfy. devoured he(then we use examined the proprivord his; and, eradicated much of 'prejudicee.ciSting SEIZURE OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.In rial Government. By bis organic law a Governor nostrils ; the coca \j; recesses in which the eyes- '"

\ Ilinancial situations when, ;the poor creature found:: in the minds of many ; we do him but J the house of Commons, on the 30th of May, four judges, four district attorneys am' and skeltered check bones., are the>pposed breadth to the of convex brow,

; (that all 'tbat remained was l,950OtH francs ; sheer justice when we say: this. Our community i. Sir R. PEEL. stated there was no truth in the re. four marshals were to be appointed by the President i cheeks to the small; features the forehead circular and
er .
-, ,
'oreeiDthat. hel'must die of hunger, he comknitted I- is indebted to him for the interest he has ex:. port contained in the papers of that day of the i ,a legislative council to be chosen by the i balls, enshrined i in oval orbits (sometimes_ flashing eye..':
which
with
people the Governor, formed the ,
f t !c suicide. Crassus, when he went to tight bibited in tbe welfare of our city aDd the aid cession of tho Sandwich Islands to Great Brit law-making l Public lands I, l with. unrivalle brilliancy sometimes more
!
rihe Parthians, and be killed powtr. were survey
thorn, the
by was I
f "assessor:' of:landed cstates worth 40,000,000 given by him towards! compleating; tie' public ain. ed by the General Government and Tallahassee, or less veiled by tr eir moveabje !Ihl*"cdged'with, '

; 1 ,lila slaves,' funfture. and trinkets were fortu.; workx now being carried on ; and, for the skill This shows almost conclusively t the doings an inland town about midway between St. Augustine a silken fringe)-closed t lie flexible and finely moulded7'lips !
alternately or separated, decked
\ ,,1Ja.teIY..bf little value." Sean' and ability with which he has i of Lord and Pensacola, was made and still continues or -
;\ ) snore FamilyTHE managed to,bring, George PAULET were not orderedor the cnpital. with wreathed smiles, "occasionally revealing ,

M gaiize' :. I. the Seminole barbarities to an end, the people of authorized by the Brirish! Government. Sir The district of Middle Florida soon became the double row 6f polished teeth-the hollow

I f: I NUTMEG TBEE, fl flourishes Singapore- Florida will hold him in grateful remembrance. I RoBERT would never have given so unqualified a thickly populated ; the borders of the St. Johns, I beneath the'mouth suddenly! contrasted by the

(fiear,the equator. {III i is i raised from the nut :in i denial to the report if he had given orders for Appalachicola, and the country sixty miles west I I rounded and,tapering chin-the whole circumscribed .
t *he The Hon. of the St. Johns called I and.united by an"rival contour, display-
f' nurserie where remains till tbe fifth I. H. BRONSOM accompanied Gen.Wosin I. the seizure. Alachua, New Smyrna-,
year I!
I i when it puts forth its first blossom and shows in bs! trip to Tampa. I -- ---- and most of the southern points on the eastern i I'! ing in a small corn pass.11 variety fluency, anticntircnesa ,

t : 'l seX. It is i then set out perma'rn'tlThe! __ In our last we took occasion to notice the coasts were penetrated with settlement?, so that of form to be' found in no other pbl .
l ject. The face, besides being a school of .,
in i lEl35
I 'freearepJanted' thirty feet in diamond FJoiida contained 48,000soulsand was, symmetry
I apart slanders ,
of
of the
,hrder.a male tree in the centre. They begin to The Hon. Wm. MARVI.X returned .to Key .OBJ writers on Florida. We i increasing most rapidly.But ,is also the chief seat of expression-an.
-
:; 1 1 I ur in the eight, year, increasing foe many West in the Harney. give below something of a different characterour r as' ths Sefninolfs possessed 5.000,000 acres index to the ,emo ions of the soul ; .and if.we.

," years, and,pay a large profit. They are c'ultivated S readers will recognize that the! article is. in the: heart of East Florida and along the wes. take into thfe account the tinnivahechi1tro! euro ,
t ;! : j t tern 't, there of the cye,!aQd t nose eel estia I\hues which are ,
I chiefly Europeans. There is no nut- written with a degree nf ice con was a reluctance: to settle In ,
juct
We
.. last somewhat
S week gave and article on the unu- j rly'its 0Vvith its decoration 4 ,.
iineir. Botany their neighborhood pccuh ; n| curled I S
r ;jeftSPn. Every day of the year sho sual in these and a large portion of East j
.
V 1'of Florida." We understand degenerate days.FLORIDA. II' or flowing hair,'it be said to exhibit ,
.and.blossoms, and fruit, in every stage) \. a gentleman every Florida remained} a wilderness. | may a con.
The j qualified has Numerous from the cent ration of all t that is beautiful' ).in'barcao na- I,
growth maturity. nutmeg is a large and way recently explored |he cour emigrants north were beginning i:
S .beautiful tree, with thick foliage and of a rich I try oh each side of the St.John's as as Lake A gentleman who spent sa vernl years in FlorI I the cultivation of-the fruits so that in ture. Were ji'sirpihr analysis extended lathe

S : green color.' -Thej ,ripe fruit i w singularly: 'bri 1Harney j J and has made fat Ida, during the Indian troubles there having 'the years 1835 and 1836: Florida exported more, : body and limb, we should find a correspondentand .
several
S Tiant. The shell! isglosey black and tho mace it 1 new discoveries collected his observations of the country in a in amount t of her,own products than the State of: not less wonderful variety and harmonY
I ,J xposes {ivbcn. it bursts its.bright scarlet, makes of Plant,and that it is his intention to publish manuscript. which bus been obligingly lent toS New York It was!! nothing strange to see 8200 : pervading our wht le stru ture:-"ll en um.. I

; I \ jit ono of tbe.roost beautiful products of the ve V.S the result of his labors. us we extract from it sonu passages! which we worth of sugar or 8100 worth of cotton taken I

I tIM S. : etable! world. ;think.the reader will find interesting.-Buffalo from the acre, without more labor than; is 'quir- j I| LIFE BEYOND 3IEGaAvE.-.nlLig:; ail tht' fine .

i: -,,-- t Courier. : id to produce an acre of corn in' the N'Tth. St. and [, :beautiful I flgres and modes. of ft'11snniug.that .
: [Frvmthe Day Slate Democrat 20/A I inst.] Tho the uniyerso: i ii which we dwell has
I I BTMr.Joan WISE, the njronaut, announces i in, southern extremity of Florida H over Augustine, from nbout ono hundred acres of ort t utli.d.
: jihe Lancaster his intention make DEATH OF Mr. LEGAUE. 1,300 miles south ol t us, and the tin in the aiige t trees, sold 8100,1)00'ort) of oranges ; a i L ?led, fur the illustn: : ioa of the bright) hope Ilia. "

i .j papers to a ; The lion. Hugh 8. Legare, of South Carol shortest day in the year has almost the single tree would produce to" its owner :$50.- :' is i within l..f a Ii, .: u'.'V'on.t the i'nu'.t! ihere ;I'.
: voyage across Jhe_i Atlaptic in a balloon, in the'T meridian altitude thut it has here s.meS But in none more I'tututiil or exquisite lli.U I know of;
-
na, Attqrn General litho United States on tho 1st of the.wjnicr.of; ,1335 ihe.uni'arallclcd cold I| :)
and I
I | S -oe-afbi: ensuing year. He sa1't j of March or the 10th uf October. On the'liOth of weather, which astonished and dismayed all in I than that vvhleli is tlerived tVom tlw '<"h.'uig,- of ..t.....

I Ih : Having, (rout a experience Secretary State ad interim, died in:this city June its appearance in the heavens i is; nearly the' North, extended its influence td this i region, lh: sl'aons-rrum the second' lift:; that burst _

-I) j beeaconvinced: that, a regular current of air is this morning, at a quarter before 6 o'clock. Mr. vertical nnd the moon which also passes over S and on the 13ih of February the thermometer forth in spriu} ;;,i Ir ibj'-cts( apparently dead ; and .

FL- 'f IAowog' at.all times, from W.to E., with a Legaru has been, quite ill since his arrival her them in nearly a vertical position, shines with a sank to eight degrees) below! zero. Such a' frost from the shadovvii g forth, in thu.r-uovati.iu'ot "

I Joclt1 iit {rom 20[to 40 miles per hour, VG.I in the Presidential suite and has not seen company much more resplendent light than in more northern was not within the memory of the oldest inhab S every thing; urOU.L1 us, of ,that J.-stiiiy which
I I ;fording to.its height from the 'earth ; and r.V. siiico Friday last. His disorder latitudes. i: itant ; i ii cut down orange trees one hundred; I Divine Revelatior! cal's' upon our faith to be.

.ing discovered composition; which will was a The climate there in the shortest days would years oldand left scarce a living trcu north of I, licvc shall yet be ours. The trees that have

-itk* or Muslin, impervious to hydragen gas o in the bowel,caused by some billious; be a!; cold as in this latitude in October, but for New Smyrna and Tampa Bay. But there was| faded, a"nd| remain d dark and gray through the.,

S 4 hat a .Balloon may be. kept .afloat for many affection. He :died at the House of Georgestoppage ? thc following reasons .- I three hundred miles south of these points, that! | long dreary1 lapseofwinter.: clothe themselves

S.1 : ,veeka,1 eel confident with these advantages, Ticknor,Esq., in Park street-a personal friendof First. They have no mountains or high-lands! I I.nad not been iujured even by this frost. I again: wiib green in the spring sunshine and

:{JIJ :; ihat. a.tnzp.ocrosstheAtantic. will_' notbo otten- Mr. Legure'r. in their vit.iziitv.Second. The inhabitants nt onr rcnlaoted_--- their n____ vrnVPlr- .__:.,.r I ever,hue spcnks cif life. ,The buds that wera-- -
"S I', ', ,: 1 tUCG WItO U $ ucp real dlLnget OO by tho common The protracted warm seasons have I and at St. Atjgu-tineand on"the St. Johns trampled down and faded. burt, forth once morn
": ',' ':.\i nod oC transition; This mournful event has cast a shade'of gloomover such an influence on the elements that during I'I already begin to exportorang.s. they in i f res Ii ness:and ib l beauty the ,streams. break.

: 't The,. :Balloon is to be one hundred feet in diameter the aspect of our city and ,the recent fes. the short period of the sun's declination to the But for the war which broke out in 1836, I from the icy .cbzl h s that held, them, and the'S

S ,which wilt give a oett ascending power tivities are now looked upon as things of little south. they do not become cold. cannot doubt that Florida would now be fur. glorious sum himself l comes wandering from h'w ft..

j
S .t sufficieattornike; bvery thing safe and comfor- in the midst of appeared surrounded by watei. and that too coming in they how consume and in less titan five fertility and magnificence! to every thing,.around.athss .
iable.! festivity and rejoicing from the gulf stream in a current from tropical! I years from this time, would have driven all the AH that we see br of the same hope,and '

S J A itea-avorthy boat is to be used for tho car and stricken down one of the high men of the regions passing near the shore, keeps up a t Cicily and West India oranges out of the mar every thing we.sec rekindles intaiifo.-Jamei. ..

I which is to be depended on. in case tbe Balloon nation. The impressive lesson ube ye also high temperature even during thu winter ket.But .

should. happen to fail in accomplishing the months.To alas tales of horror THE COW-TIZEE -(Palo-le vocal In '
voy- ready, is sent home to the hearts of all, by this and keen distress ; }-=- passing-
i jtge.. The boat would also be calculated upon if suddden dispensation the littleness these we mar add tbe prevalence of south are yet to be told. War, bloody brutal war through the valley 1! of Aragua, Humboldl, and
S
1 I i from toe course by] the influence of the Ocean, l lS things most strikingly illustrated. The President from the vicinity of the equator. its fair hopes, and spread mourning over the satisfy thp.mselvesby! ocular examination res

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1 I I .of three person*,.viz : an Gronaut, a Navigator for the deceased was a personal friendof southernmost point, is seldom seen below sixty East Florida that have'not been ravaged and ceived of the Palajdevaca, or Cow Tree, the. t

\ S And a ejQtifjc Landsman.; i his Excellency and an intimate associate degrees. As you move to. the northward the burned. There are no families out of St. Au. milk of which thejnegroes; were said to consider

J : A TRUE'Wire.-The' Buffalo : influence of the enumerated causes diminish gustjneand Jacksonville! that have not been a wholesome aliment. They found, its virtues I'
fhede&th, Pistol papers announce with the members of the Cabinet. Even the and the gulf stream diverges from the shore, forced to fly from the conflagration of their own had not been exaggerated. Ii'-is a handsome" J

I on the May of AI rll. Maria hunters in quest;of office arc appalled< and for and yet on the northern confines of Florida dwellings perish under the ruins. More.lhan tree resembling the broad leaved star apple." :

.'.; : Wait in ,he 31st year of her age. 'This: lady! a moment pause upon their hound-like most of the tropical fruits flourish, and many a thousand families have been driven from their I yields an abundance of glutmblf! milk of ari: !

I *vas the wife of Benjamin: Wait one of tbe Ca. for snuff the course winters have passed without frost. At St. Augustine homes and more than a hundred battles havb agrcpabJehnd .balmy smelt This nourishing
S fiadian'political convicts. ..Ao'obituary in the they taiutof death upon the breeze. they seldom have more than two or been fought:in the last five year.NEW fluid flowsmost; abundantly' I1tth'e rising of the 'I'
May they improve this occurrence for their three frosts in sun. The natives hasten
good a year. Orange trees have never from all quarters, with
i' Buffalo Commercial
S 1\T J says- -may they realize,. that grovelling ambition been seriously affected there except in the frost MARINE bowls to receive the milk. Humboldt declares -4
: j r She wai a woman of very uncommon powers of 1835. That the climate of Florida is much INSTRUMENTS. that he never;mat with
with its base an object that
and low
intrigues desc The so
.... of mind( amiable in ption modified Sillometer and Marine Thermometer, invented ly l affected strong-
S I deportment, ardent in by its proximity to,the ,gulf stream is his imagination as the Cow Tree.
: her affection, and tf| untiring energy and perseverance though t successful for the moment will leave its apparent from ihe fact. that the south parts ot by Mr. Clement, as well as his Steam '_ .1 1

S S of character. Her exertions in buhalfof victim wrung with the of and Louisiana Thermometer, have been the subjects of jrecent Ei
remorse
pangs on a parallel of latitude with the [From he N.Y.\ Jrirnal EJ i
her husband and his experiments on board the Lightning of Commerce 21st inst.]
fellow.prisoners who uninspected, whether in thc placo of power or northern portions of Florida are many degrees Royal
S Steamer U.S. SCHOONER
yere under scoienc e of death for political offn.ccs I. the narrow confines the coffin I colder and the orange trees have been destroyed ; by official report greatly to the satis GRAMPUS.No .
faction
S. '< committed during the winter of 1837 arid in New\ Orleans by winters that did not materially of the Lords of the Admiralitv. The. authentic tidings of the Grampus seem to .
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'$: 8 in Ca'nr da secerned The deceased was a scholar of high attainments twoformer, instruments being m estimation : h avebecnreceivedaince: I
i- Upper almost uperhunan affect them in St.Augustine, or on the same our the 11th of March. I ..
.J' / After having procured a commutation of n man of brilliant talents and an oratorof parallel on the St. Johns. the most'valuable, we select from the report the do not learn that any of the relatives of the of ,': I

S. ".the..Bent.eJ from: death, to perpetual banish surpassing eloquence. He was the idol of a The inland navigation of Florida follows lines i followng.--(English pa per.) i ficers besides ourselves, have received so recent.., J...
'j ment to van 1)iernfln'sLufla, ino- reni aticctij. l of more than 4,000 miles in the SILLOMETER.,-The Sillometer has a dial 'ly as this. It, therefore
: fo London.whereishe large circle of friends, nnd his name will be aggregate, and deck which'' upon I occurs to us. that an 1
ten months her cherished more than quadruples the inland of constantly shows the number of extract from ,the last letter from dear brother
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and navigation my
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; I fjnweried, exertion tbt ir final respected DY many .imr.r. inches hour
S c for release. ItCW TorK. including our canals. Thcfc is not by that the vessel is going : consequently James S. Thatcher, purser on board the .
r .. She was most kindly received by the Quccn throughout the Union v At the recent festival of spot in the Territory more than thirty miles It is easy to discover*: under nil circum.; Grampus. mailed the same day, March llth at .

I! I < 4hc beads of.department' and all tho otficersof the Monument Axsociation' his name was intro. from navigable waters. The highest ground is I stances which is the best motion of the vessel,, Charleston C., will be interesting to the .

S the Crown. Through her exertions the Trueiom duced in terms ot high commendation by G. T. less than t*o hundred feet above the sea, and and the most advantageous quantity: and distri. friends' ofj those who have shared numerous his

I < of tho 1IAndwu extended to themnnd all Curtis, and there is a chain of inland waters cut off from I bution of the safl. for obtaining the, greatest L sad his earlvdoorri.| Handsome
Esq.
a feeling of accomplished,
ibe liberty,they could enjoy in the land of their regret pervadedtbe the ocean by a succession of inland, reaching speed. As the Sillometer shows immediately! i intelligeotvirtuous; and -i
: 4 t liile-and but for their escape she soon would assembly that be could not participate in the most of the way round theAvhole of its coast''S the effect which every alteration in the sails or friends, he has in the greatly vigor of beloved bis by many -
; and
S 5 p pave procured their final pardon. Her c1 trial: enjoyments of the day. This feeling has now affording<< cood steamboat na vi nttol). trim of the ship has on its velocity follows al. early manhood found a dreary,reachfess youth= iJ
: pod sufferings durng, this period of incessant The soil of the so that the ships fitted with the j in the cold grave,
: deepened into sot row for his sudden death nod conntry is peculiar. You ,Sillometer can dark, merciless waters ,of the Gulf
S toil and anxiety are.mostoffectingly and graph- the eloquent ccomiums of the have doubtless heard much of the white sands constantly maintain he speed they,may have Stream, in company with his esteemed and
icallv described in!her 1 Ie tiers to a friend, pub speaker linger of Florida. As you sail along the coast the agreed upon and so keep company toge\berand L manly associates,and almost in
,
tbe sight of his
the
S lished upon ear as words of own
in her husbands narrative-which will be a funeral 'eulogy.t shoreand beach very much resembles snow maintain the same relatire position, though from native sh res. To the bereaved

j./- ; fead with deep interest by all. I will be a source of melancholy satisfaction to bank in the distance ; and indeed as you travel darkness of the night or thickness of the weath commander;arid all others whose wife 'of hearts the'noble

S Mrs..W. was a member the Washington his family and friends at home, to know that over the country much tbe same appearance is er, they cannot see each other To ascertain are withered ,by this fearful calamity his wid. ]

,.. the street full Baptist Church in thi* city and died in thCugb.far from them,every care and ,attention. preserved : more than three-fourth of the soil' the distance run after any number: of hours it i is owed motherBorrowing: brother and sisters,ten .
triumphs of Christian faith simply to take the fto
-rejoicing is covered with white sand. number of minutes der their
'f'. to the :very last. JA few moments before she was bestowed upon him, and that thu kind solicitude S The. northern eyes such a foil looks barren the watches of the Sillometer has gained one over of particulars deep of the sympathy.last It' any have other t

: 4ied, she called her. husband-her aged father of anxious friends did all that could be nnd dreary ; and, if found on a northern coast ti the other and to multiply that number by six, will be a melancholy satisfaction days of the Grampus, :it f

:. c-her brqthers.ttnd her little ones,to her, p- sa. done to case his sick bed, and' smooth: 'his pas. I it would in fact be so ;' because on our coast which gives the distances run in miles. they should be pub ished. to- many that ,5 e
S ed them to'ber bosom-kissed them again and the sand is mostly formed of MARINE THEBHOMETEIU From the I:
sage to the world of spirits. I sylex, and when I trials on : H. M.
again-bade thorn n most affectionate farewell mixed with other soil,gives no enriching quali- boanl the Lightning, it appears that the Marine HYDE tr.

and then commended i d them to God in a prayer 03": The returns of the Eastern Railroad (from tics. It will be remembered that tbe whole sur Thermometer, in its variations followed the ine .. U. S. Sch aramptZ j at off i -
which for and of sea the coast ? r.t
sublimity power; of thought and face of Florida has been thrown qualities the bottom of'the "
from far
Boston through Salem) shows sixteen thousand up the sea so as of Flbnda, March 6th 1843. }
{I expression, seem lunetrthl\! Sq.Q pcrer be ocean and all the sands of the ocean there arc these inequalities could be ascertained from the My much beloved

/. S ; j forgotten by those vho !heard if, passengers last week., formcd from the attrition; of shells, and are heaving of he lead, or from the information of: self again with trying Sister-I to write must indulge something my.
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DO.just 14 days from Norfolk, and a lor.ger- <:t: ; I I .' i! 4

J have Defer lived i for Superior Court '. 4-
.jJftjIgbt through we have -District
,East DRY i. .
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DS"atvholesale. -
botoneday thing like 1 -
any plcasotit and Florida.' 'FLIESPIRIT : : 0
41ye been roost of the]I time in the Gulf Stream( CHANCERY. A FEW lots of DRY GOODS by the piece''may A CHRONICLE OF THE TIMES*; I IiTHE LADY'S WORLD 1' :.

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if never quiet, and in which JohnM.J Dowdenand be found at A OF :
wkieb t'uero Friedlamder't j I
is j Wm. M. store 'lh.e
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usuflr Hagen,Administra ; among T"'ieltl of Fashion .
which' and
: CO uglj disagreefable sea. Every time we toTs of Richird{ T. Keating, are-Printed Mnslin Mn.lin Hdkfs. jnnd' Sports, Life I The Literature, -

J&,"" been io it of late jt seemed as'if we should hark 1 irs. Verona.; light Prints. Hosiery Russia Diaper. Spool t rature and the Stage; Cheapest and most Elegant Magazine J 1 .

"never ret out alive, sojtremerjdous wan the Gay, and John RoJman. Administriters of ca'l Cofon. &c.? Merchants of the City are invited to EMBELLISHED WITH, SPLENDID STEEL ENGRAVING> TWENTY IN THE UNION.' !
com -. and examine them-and PUBLISHED EVERY COPIES FOR TWENTY
: AntheJm purchase. SATURDAY DOLLARS.
'notion. Fortunately jl am Gay. MORNING .
not sea sick .
but it I Augustine .
June 12. AT .0. I
BUI BARCLAT 1
e dingly unpleasant to be ;of Jtceivor. STREET.: .
.ii thumped about having been THIS'elegant and popular '
made to Lady's
IT Magazine
moroing tlllnigh|and from appear by affidavit that a : .
'ftorD nigh I till morn Bill has been JOHN RICHARDS a new volume in
duly filed this PnoriuETOK. style oharemagnificence
in Permanent .
u'"ell to bed, out cause and that a Arrangement. with the .
lele ap for days Subpoena therein bu : January issue .
a number
together, been duly isvned con- !
I ;
and
it nrillE
; being well known Steam taining three .
trttboot a moments conation. I also made to Packet ClftCiflTJVA William Engravings of'the .
am T. most .
and
not singuUf appear by Affidavit that John Rodman JL Tit J. Sorter, EDITOR. costly ex t.i.
one'
SMITH
Master
I. will pensive character.
1Iii& The ofthe The
fo complaint on board is general said defendants, re.ideicutoftbia for run regularly publisbar has experienced, ..
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Oi"
,nd the Captain, who: has been going to sea trict, and at the City of New York, in the Slate of'- l laving one Savannah year between Savannah: and Pi'atka, E.I|p. ; ,THIS well known weekly publication' which and durtngthe enters pail year the the {most unqualified sueceas. .
I the of ten Newl York-on motion of every Saturday and Pilatka even established in upon new year with a determination
1831 its ".
gince age finds Complainant's
years by Editor
much Solicitor I it T&u4" present '
more is ordered touching at all the intermediate commenced to outstrip all cotemporaries. ,_,
that its
fault tb4 is my wont j which shows you a littlo of the' notice be given by publication in one the route Her accommodation. landings on' Thirteenth volume on the 4th of The embellishments :
have Newspnpers printed within are very extensive, }March 1843. It is a sheet of the 'I' for the new volume are of the ,_
to end ibis
vbst we reo At District and for very largest class, ) .
present it is requiring comfort not most splendid and
very said surpassed by Boat containing twelve costly character
) defendant. on'thi.j i ,1U
any
John imperial
for write Rodman to quarto combining eyery .
difficult me to the vessel rolling and answer appear and route. linen of pages printed on variety of style, and executed the _.
complainants Bill complaint paper the finest texture and by first artists the
pitCbiflgCOnUDUSilY. [:There r I months within four For Freight or Passage which, It i i.i .. on good ype.- country,can produce. The
must abandon otherwise said bill will be taken : ( will be taken at i as emb-IIi hed with the largest and work has been the Ladies .
fi
low l most
the effort entirely.. It.s against pro eonftuo rales U by other Boat ished highly favorite, and Ibis Ii>
impossible' to proceed. him. 1 any ) apply on board, or ENGRAVINGS ON l'EEL'eYer ny tepntation it will continue to main. "
U
'four dayt later, Marc lOrA.- ;snow late in It is further ordered ihni said notice .be to &. H. C-ILE.. at Pilatka: a periodical in the United State. The last ued three I tain. Hence, the character of its literature will ecu .

.lie evening, and the sea has become a I ittle more once a week, consecutively, for four mouths published from or to R'JStf: & IIOLMKS: Jacksonville. E. I F. volumes contained superb) Portrait of the following tiuueto be such as to commend it especially to the >. .
this IT Pcrsohs It will I
;
fgjooth after violcn date; taking p.i..age on board the diritir-eimhed AMKRICV sex. contain article- from the .
: t storm of more than 25 ]I ti rely Ciachtn'I and IMPORTED HORSES desigiied''o and most popular.. ,. .
.lW rt doration. At Bent Certified to bit a true of may op reaching Suvaiinahon every constitute an .Amciican pleasing writers of the day, on every variety of ..
we Order
pr are about in copy made and in time Sporting Gallery,
the to
meet the tri subject, but the .
work
line will be
weekly
entered in the
in which leaver accompanied with main
said Court ibe t devoted .
Savannah to
Itttitude this > complete
> Georgia, where I have St. A 2d of June, 1843, at same afternoon for Charleston.! Pedigree, Characteristics Memoirs giving the the cultivation of the home virtues. ..
guatinp. E F and Hence most oa'
-Jeen, aDd would like t But June S .. Performances rf each, i the stories will
'goapin. be of
!w i&ibiled toe are GEO. R. FAIRBANKS I with incidental notices of their a practical. domestic character, _
by our orders Clerk. contemporaries from the
f'om, June 19'i i The : pens of our best Female
. "iliraf any port or Engravingacorre.pond in size ( Writers The
eighteen inches
\,Uavunlcw from necessity StVA1NiAII AiVI) l.terary; matter wiltnot be -
we return to I FLORIDA by thirteen) with those annually published in LOI ihe reflex of any one femaU ;
': %[orfblk. which will pr >b%bly be about STJEA.fl PACKET. don of the U'iiruers of tile n- mind but will contain the choicest productions of a
!
twenty Deby, Oaks aud St.! t' .
DR.
,
< jii1ajr& ,' GLOVER'S Leger. and ,have I Galaxy ol Female Writers. The effort _
-
been shall
i.t I "'" -- : VIA executed: in line, on Steel 1 still be .
wou have probably nceivcd a line from mo,, : -tl1WTJnI'LI 011' FPII 'r..M ..DARlE l\ \BtiVNSWlCK. ST. JUARY1&. Plate rxprcstfly for 'I his Paper, from Original PiCoi1ltrthe >!.-,: to gycyJadzoLtasiaJn.thian&render the won an indupenaible'. to the boudoir of I

','(4ft1en soon after wegt l under way at Hamp. FORTHE CURE OF INTERMITTENT FlIVRR L JACKSONVILLE. ,BLACK CREEK; WWM in maul flIIin nn\nl.t..:_ -:- I its literary. matter alone shall: : q be
. ''fea{loads. It was written to let you knowm OR. FEVER AND AGUE. ALSO. ILFiII1'TENT 731'I)7A'I'A, AND PJtLA'Pl.L.---- --... L.\CK AfARIA. taste but it will contain compiled for their .
y Monthly Fashions
teretbuuts,and acknowledge the AND IJILIOU3 FEVEUS. \ rw lIE regular Steam Packet The property the Lion:' afiePeyton., or N iw; colored, which for elegantly ': _
.. ___ '_n___ __ .,!_ reception ST. MATTHEWS Orleans; Engraved \ excellence of drawing correctness 1
I UC'-" -" .1. Capt I' 3r'Ncfty.ViU by D'ck after Troy., j in'very i
'DlC.were rend painting particular
.1UW agnln- run ,and
and once a week the extreme beauty'of the .
iJ
*nto with the deepest i t'resr.1 had made large THERE: ;is very little d ffercnce' between Remit. 'year round tovannah the above named places leaving Sa. collection of John (:. Steven, Esq., !.1 I t :ing i and engravin .hbnJl far 'excel anything color from .I" -

calculations' Upon being with Iniehnhtten4 Bilious .Fevers every Tuesday;* Palatka and JOHN B SC03IE. I other The fact .
; you nil before are produced They Picolata I r quartets. thai during the last the
recdffog bY'lbe sam'i every year ,
I
: orders for this vessel, and being defeatedjomy other'only in he grade of canoe Violence and differ from each bound Friday Nirlh on bet way to Savannah, where''passengers The properly of Col John Crowell.Fort MiU hall j I ,Lady's. World" buLeenthe'uideboUk'' iomat. ..J.
and
the will be in time tew of ,
Ala.
wis of the duration for Ihe splendid ; Engraved by Dick after taste on costume in of the
purpose a great trial, having, been :parozisoi. I Packets WA Steam Troye's painting, j: every cit Union, .
SEAORUOK. in the collection has given it .1 j ;
Captain of his a position in the
fashionable I
'l constantly and labor ouly The which KING and owner I world which
symptoms I
occupied at Port- occur in I ,
the
laod. Bill II was such' i I disappointment as Nafj stage of Uomittent Fevers, are wt-aily early the or forming every BE\UFOR11 Monday DISTRICT.for Charleston.Capt. Bevy, "bJchleay ) LEVIATHAN. I I I ,cannot designs be to shaken.the The unwavering fidelity of ita' I r.I'

'officers! arc always liable those that occur in iuteruitent.. same SIt I Thlt'p''Upcr Iy of the late J limps Jack-on. Parisian'and London ilyles in ad" 4 1.
to The ) of Esq., of ;
meet. I was languor, drowoi' people! Georgia and Florid! Florence. AlII. yance. too. at least six weeks of all ,
ness, a:sense of alcl can depend I Engraved bv Dick others, baa placed : .
aware before entering tho service anxiety on ihts Boat the after 'rrny s's it in :1' ''
how in the
this .flg pains the b-ck year round first
and
and head and extremities the owners of her painting in the collection of Thomas very rank as a ,work of authority in .
would be. end of look them for Kirkman, t '
lo
ate Esq.SHARK.
(cou-se am uncomplaining denote the the symptoms which patronage: the St. Matthews matters: of dress. It it! a well known fact { .
| formation can that the
about fate. I am or approach of this disease not he rurpasjed by Dual t styles of the Lad '. ?
,
ray. World
favorably situated this slight chili are often : any on the ruute fur speed. The of appear in the other
/ peri- I
en>i ise,as far as society is concerned, being this fever. These among' the firtt iudicatimi of accommodation, auJ comfort. : Va.property Col.Vm. R. Johnson; flf odicals, pretending ,to give the fashions, often four '
a burg. Engraved
;
}Wnttoccupant of'the a bin, with lieut. Com. of heat which increase are attended with alternate flushes For freight or pa-sdge. apply on board or to ing in the collection of by Hick after Troye's pcters-I mouth laier. when the styles (hue become common .. 1 _
in R.
duration until FERNANDEZ Capt, .F Stockton or obsolete Lace
they & OlaliEE. .S. and Needle I
is dominate pre.
IKnrQShWno friem arid AgenI.Jackaonville.. work. The ele
my a fine,. compan. -wholly and the fever is 1 I Navy. most i
formed aud glint aud the t.
com newest designs .
fcaaWe, gentlemanly man.:: ,pletely developed.; f lace-work, embroi .
GEO. HAAS. IJEI>GFORD. dery, andc., shall
Agent, Savannah. be given .in
It U now,morning, March 11th, and we have back The fever being establish- the p&ins in the head, J. B._ LAFIITE, Agent, Charleston. The property of the lite Col. work with the latest style of, the work,\wilh the t ,
< ,head-dresses
and JHTownesofj caps lc.
lower
,
just spokun a brig bound into Charleston, by extremities bceon.e'greutiy' aggiavated. CThe Sli{ Matthews will leave Ptcolata Lexing-on, Miss ; Engraved by .: lielwood after I I ;rendering "Lady'g World" a sample of,useful- I'
vfcich I c n send this, J muse therefore say all The FRIDAY at 11 o'clock. Troye's painting: in the Office of the Spirit of the I ness as well as of taste, on the Centre table 4

jhfl I"f'ltin" ahurry.* I must wind up, as were .. Thetougue eye generally assntne a yellowish appenrance. Passage through to Cbajlef Ion from Tone" "j Lady Of the various. styles of Engravings of which every !t ;

.sbout to part compai y with the briir. Pray the liecotnes cojcered with a whitish coat in: Pahstkn.$15 ;I erery// BOSTON iU grace the IJl. el of.this .ora.. _. _.... ___.:_ : ,I :. ;

do not fall to write,so th t I may receive a let. fuv lint which stage becomes which ole changes dark to a yellowish% brown M.y24 ,I [June 51i The property of Mr. James Lone, or Washington r an among the most elegant,-Sartain'a -onrivalJed; "I I ,;,

won our arrival 'at Nu olk. Date letter stage of the fover !brown color in the latter City; Painted by Da Lattre for Col. W R Johnson, J Mezotints. which will grace the coming volume, and : :
your .
Fruquetly' there i.i nausea and i i JNoti c. ofVa. and i excel l, in the! beauty of design and -
tfrilltL-nntlaKr. \I' sickness engraved by Dick. delicacy of.
the finish.
l (stomach, with I
bilious persohs: I thing that has ,
vetmitlug. indebted any heretofore
'' Your very nfbctionate brother. ALL to the Estate of JAS. ARGYLE. appeared from his burin.
.1 I REMARKS UPON liiTEnMITTENT EY, deceased; late of The of lion. f Mr. Sartain is known from cne end of the Union : .
: : J. Alacbua property Pierre M duller & Co. of to .
; S.T" the
: other.
I AND REMITTENT BILIOUS. Fr.V ERS. county, will make immediate payment to the Columbia. S C ; Painted by Troyo for Cu). Hamp as' the master,in this country of this celebrated j,
,.: --- -- The attention of the iiiven Subscriber and those ton, of, S C style: We have already under five .
JtJURNALAKRIV c r of tuis! Medicine\ was ;, who have claims against ; Engraved by Hinshelwood.i I I way or six i .
MARINE early called to the subject of itini;' reminent'arad said Estate must them I magnificent Plates of this celebrated artisl, for the
present for WAGNER.
in
Hmaor:: 1r 'l74'J'D! termittent levy,., which prevail l so Ihe Administratrix payment !.r .The new volume, and shall follow them up with Mezo- .. (
a at1'a generally in thai within the property of Mr.John
time of tint from
New
Campbell, Or- artist I
of
bfthe required
,- part | by every in
'- country which I la 'leans repute the
\
euhjected to the influ \ or they will be barred of : Painted by Troy fur the Owner. and most.finished and country. The I
ersce1 ja miasma, which arises recovery. engraved I beautiful: Line and
'- ... ...., .. .... I ED. ble enbdlanc .", from decaed vegeia- ELIZABETH B. KITTLES dm'x. i the by Prnd'hominefroni. the Original Picture in. gnvings will also grace the pages of the Stipple work from Eu-. :, ,
1u Lcnmcr (..;IJI, ua Pellfson ,Chnrles."ton. This miasma: is generated where' Wacahoota! E. F. ) Office. of tho Spirit of the Times." the bands of the.very best artists that the j i :

I cut off and ilia land clearing ; nUo, in timber low grounds is wring May 14.1813.j f May 22CAISR .I MONARCH. produce. la fin*;,.every variety ard novelty country of em ran > J

20th- t nmerGeD.Tu f.neY Prck and where staKmnt water* prevail. This I I The property of Col. Wade Hampton, of S C ; bellfchments that may be found elsewhere be : 1
Savannah. quantity or decaying vegetable exposes a Painted by Troye. expretsly for Col Hampton, and confidentlylooked for :n the '1 ady's World.may' But .I !
matter .
[The Schr. Charles L. Gould, 22 days uf the son, which' generate thai t> the action <& CO. engraved by Hinshelwood. the main design of the work is, to furnish in elegant :

from New-Orleans, bound I to New.Yorki, "which produces chills peculiar and fever stale. of! attnojpliefc AT THEWLD ESTABLISHMENT. MONMOUTII ECLIPSE. and attractive style the earliest, most correct, and !
anchored .nr Ihe :
fullest
different grades of.hilions rniHANKFUL The property of D it con. Pindell i report in ad-ancnof all the other i
off this Bur f ver. The for the Claine & Co. of Magreines.
We
.
on of "
nerrtily patronage beietofure and
nesday after bestowed
the
; Kentucky prior to issuing of
being providing them
Engraved
a remedy which uiilit be lined without JL upon UK. solicit the ; by Dunned after Truye' paint. here. of the Monthly

lupplied} with fresh water, 'be proceeded .on her til ofjw ,physician W4 H| |iarenl" ..in,1 l induci-d'! the the chasers to their hXTENSlVE: : attention' of pur ing in the collection of R Pindell, Esq. / Fashions direet from Paris -and London. This de.. 'i, .

fuyitge ; Captain sick.] I proprietor) to offtfr ni-t M vlirin which III be found recent; ariivaln ;dn' addition to ASSOWri'lENTby which 'liey I'i I GREY EAGLE. partment will be under the. control of Fronch and ,
are English artists of the
now
SAIL! lo answer. "" the purpose tor whip it j* design, ,i. receninj per Sjbr. Eagle H CHOICE' SUPPLY, .' The property of -\ L Shotwell <&. Co of Ky ;' Engraved costume which highest in the celebrity. so that avery j
purchased by tljjj Senior Partner in ;in mezz'jlinlo by ilalpin & ,Jordan appears Lady's World' may
27tb-.Schr; Ellen Dei I I1st el 1, Jiicksonvilta.or. / New York. and painting after a be safely relied on as not haYing been t ,
piriicu/nrly by Troye. tramped
adapted tn tiiis at
m.rket up
DR. and the
' -Steamer Gen. Toy Peck, Savannah. GLOVER'S they will be rtipo
,
:.,t. SteanrC4Lllar VEGETABLE; AGUE AND pnce-t. All Order ,from the Cnuntry '. (Celebrated Trotiers. proposed, not only.to .urpauinther
: yPiarsoipTarnpLi.! I Khali! June ) as in their match in bar' ezbellence but to 1 .
__ J FEVER projupl attcutiynj TJ. Turtle can be urns; Engraved 6J-ick! ,after ssueevervmontb.annmberand' i
MEDICINE !supplied in a ptiqjinejby Owing varietyot costumes, ,which : -

: Noticl' A CERTAIV AND! SAFE CURK FOR CHILLS, I th\uri.glua1 l.IThI..l discounl_ packr.ge4.nnil J l'.irii'i! :at<.
IS'Hr.RI'BY GIVEN, ..1"It TWO Mos'russ \ AND f'l:.VER. IN ALL ITS COMPLICATED: -A.1.,\:;--nouns-- iijtion; old jo, iwankay _. ._ ,_ THEQ.ASII..SYSTEAf_ ..,fj-
tin "lIt.cr.ber I Administrator! FOlt\IS. ALSO. AN EFFECTUAL ,\'der. Boben Uunpo I I In The t'uDtisflr. adhering strictly to the Cash .
of the REMEDY ImDer.aj.: Touchong :Souchong. addition to the highly finished Engravings tern in at! his dealings is Sys -
.. FOR enu ,
l uieufA. ALL enabled
M'QLt.EN TilE to offer
: VAUIKI UGAH..c the
deKCoiiiiUto'lhe { work
-ui.-d. will present hi. ;FORMS OF INTLRMI'LTENT Refined Loaf; crushed do. MUDcovado merated above. is a superb Portrait of to tho Amorican-public!
loll Judge |lite County Cuurt. for ;, AND UE1J1T'l ENT FEVERS. (bright,), Liquorice Paste, Rock Cand ,I MAO'LI.E of tho quality unpiecedently! .-.no work JI
rfjoMni'; nt; Iliad 'notice i i. he -by further given that Wct India Moltssee; llnvanah I .Jlouey. ); The cel&brated AUGUSTA, than double ever baying been sent. out at any less
Danseuse the
I in
lie price.
character
JsLX MUt\Tli8ifutd.ieI? ; of" La .
i'lil COFFEE &c 1I
,
apply fur a final CERTIFIC j-Jav* Greendo.; ground Chocolate i Sylphide
I iiaiWal as said Admininimto ES. ; ; Engraved by.Hinshclwood from a sketch THE TERMS. ___
: Cocoa.
cf! prepared
r: laierMed will pit-are to lake II ; .which all persona'juice I I hereby certify that my wife \\asafflictcd! with SPICES Ac..-,Ginger Race do 1 aud original picture \II y Chalon dud Inman, in the Single! Copies, $2 00 t 3 Copies, 910 00 _
chills and fever : ground Black collection, of th Editor. 3
which continued ; Copies 5 I
fot ) 001 20 "
JOHN M. some tine,when l Pimento. ,20 00
F
iNTANE pJler.
Nutmeg, Clove
Admin'i _
Mace
lprucuredaBoz of Cinna The
/ : Dr. Glover's advantage: to Claus and 'I'i
Jant26 i Ague Pills. Postmasters
.: Arrow of
I Tbey mon; Root, Vermecilii. the
Macc.troni
arrested the chills and f'-ver immediately. and she has Powder; Mustard 'jars and bottles. Curry On commencing the present volume of the "Spirit above terns ever any other periodical in the Union
of,
njoyeJ perfectly health the Timea"-on the 4th of are
good March last apparent.
No.Ticj since that lima Seve FRUIT. % -was issued .
rill! of tiiyi friend. loulD. Iullcaltll and Sultana Raisins, large and Editors who will ;
and
HEREBY C5IVF.N.; neighbor have since been at. Zarto Currant-; oft shell Almonds magnificently executed portrait of copy this Prospectus and send nil ; ,
Tha _
18 { TWO MONTH tacked ,in ; tsm ;
markod
af the rna Figs a directed
same an'd ;;I COL.
.r4..1be manner, : bv'my advice haye Sicily Fill't-rU Madeira WILLIAM R. JOHNSON paper to The United State ':
auL.ecr ber..* administrator uf the used the same Walnuts, Brazil Nuts Ge. Post. shall : _
Ls-
; Saturday be
: pills, and in every instance with Th Napoleon the entered on the .
the of
Ia.r: ANN GElGER.deceafbd noa Citron. Turf. exchange list, 4' .
M utit0th. of will present' his ac.. happiest effect. In all cases' cjire, has been" effected, CANnJLE'ommon i Engraved by A L Dick ;in line, after an otiginal: and be regularly served for one year. ', ;
Jadge
...,1. and notice u: the County ther Court, for>> adjust by. ihe Ute of nin-jl Box of ihe Ague Fill: there Wick. Speim, and Tallow: ; and: portrait in oil by enry, Intnan Esq. now iu the Addiew. C. J. FETF.K8ON. .'
hereby
Taj given 'that s IX: fore from, a personal knowledge of their effect Publisher's possession at this office. No 98 Chestnut-street. t.i : c _
MONTHS after date !*'' I ; I SOAP,-ShAving; white scented Philadelphia. I .
''illap y for a final'dismissal cheerfully! ; variegated do lanaary 1
recommend ;
them '
"!.ail!m Jntintaf rmtitf t rfvP whisK';''nil inlPr..t., :_ ___ '-'d_ L 'u "' M the best remedy within au,1 Urown. I [JaDe 12] '
Denoul----- w_ _..' my niiuvTicuge n>i the cuic In the course of the -- I
n nil Ague I'eyer. I present volume of.1843:
will Mease to take notice. I. ; | fiiiu PICKLES SAUCES, Ac.-Picklesf assorted in -. .
F lUx". GEOltGE F. liEN ltIUCKSUN, hall will also be giyen a portrait ofFASHION For .
Jars Sale .
JOHN gallon glass do
LOTT PHI .LlPS. Admin'r. Pastor ; do in bottles; Capers, 1'
of the
Baptist '
Jan 2C. .. Church, at New Olives Mushroom'Catsup. Tomato do Fish; Two Horse ,
; Sauce, ONE Wagon, entirely new and 't' -
Durham. New Jers.y.- assorted kinds Tb Northern Champion, and com (
; Pepper do, SUuighton Billem; Lem such other magni-- .
Notice on Syrup: Sugar of lemons; Lime Juice; West In. cent Embellishments as will hereafter be determined Otia light Wagon with coYer 1

18 kertby given> that two moi iis after date the<< sub O":: The abate Medicine for sale by B. E. dia Preserves; Salir| oil, Anchovies. upou. One Sulkey. One one horse Wagon, ..i f

wriber as executor ,of,the estate of Geo. I. F CARR.f. : CO. 'I'O :\CCO-I"ug, 16s and I 16s Cavendish, La. t: The Spirit of the Time i i. so wall known B. E CARR, & CO. i
CLABK.drceterdwill dies Twist throngbouttbeciuntry the ----- ,
present. tint account before Paper Tobacco Macaboy Snuff: Scotch as acknowledged: "Chron ,
(a* Hon. Judge of the Coonty Court of-Si. Johns do; Rosalia Principe and common Segais i icle of the Turf, Field Sports, etc. lh.it it is not Piano Fortes "

Cenat* for adjuslmeiit ; of w'li ch all pcri-ocs in. Goshen Butter.Per LlQUORS.-Drzmdy. OUrd, Dnpuy & Codo deemed necessary to go into any detail. of its pe for Sale. : j i

-Cad Will please to take notice*. Schr. Mirror, now JutAarriftg. Bordeaux;Jamaica'Spirits. old ration ruci, do 1 to J culiar charactciistics. THE Subscriber has just received on con i

JULIE FOl JARS Supeiior GOSHEN IfU1 proof: Holland and : Gin ..... schooner Maria from .
TANE, Executor. ;0 1 TF.R. pnt ,pkiedam ; Whiskey, Scotch per Bal ;
Jnne26- 7 i43. I up nxprewly for private jfamilies,and ,weigh do, (n fine article.) assorted Liquor.. Terms of Sultttnption and Adrcrtiting. timore, Two splendid t .

. F'orSal ing about '10 to 14 pounds; it is warrantrd' superior: Wl ES.-Madeira, Howard Marsh & Co ; do. For. one year's subscription; S lOin advance For Grand action Piano Fortes -

: :: _' '\ to any brought to this city I CARR & CO. Marseillesnnd Ma'aga, pale and Brown Duff (;or- advertisinz one square of ten printed lines (or 120 I Which .
ONE fifth share of an tin iYided tract of fine ALSO don & Co. Sherry; Port; Champagne, hock Spark words,) Two Dollars for the first insertion, and 50 will: be sold at a mederate price to sui -

& D situate& on the St. J hn'a Riyer,nbont 13 HAM$ CRACKERS, FLOUn. and a full and I Hug vintage, J632: Bordeaux Vinegar ; London Por dents for ei>cb subsequent insertion, and longer or the times. Through the solicitations of many, i _

Mki" from the Ibr, containing! about moo acrts fresh supply' of articles as.heretofore(;' kept in our line leT in pints and quarts; London 'and Leith Ale; Been shorter ones in that proportion. Less than 60 words the subscriber pas put one up for Raftlc-pr.r. a. 0 i. .,
.
re r less, known tty the name of Newcastle. A JUlIe JU) 1, Claret. will considered hair asquare, more than 60 square. sons wishing to get a very cheap Piano for t

"fotiosj of it has been under cultivation, and is in OILS-Olive, Sperm, Cater.and Elephant. No advertisements> will be inserted unless' paid for in Ten Dollars, (worth 400 dollars,) nave' only to,, J'

wj ferpect adapted for a superior plantation ;on Administratrix: FISH-Herring, Sardines, Salmon, Mackereland advance. Gentlemen in the country can easily ascertain .. call and take a chance, there being but "f} ,

itherLsiqu&ntaty of live ..k. II, For particulars Notice. Cod.. : the amount proper to be remitted by simplounting t chances, as it will be raffled thirty i ,..
pr' for
to GEO;. L PHILLIPS. I ALL persons indebted to the estate of John II. MISCELLANEOUS. Pot c the words of their advertisements. ,the chances as soon'os all !t. -

hM26. r I ,Iately'd d,4f Alachun ;oun. Meal Alum. Copp+ras. Pipe Clay. Bath Barley.Bricks Oat, 07Extra:: copies qf the large engravings on: Steel I. are taken. A. L. HEINE, .

I ty, will make immediate payment ro the sub. Spanish 80at: IudigojFig Blue, London Starch. Can. may be obtained at the publication office at one dol St. corner Charlotte & Market:sq. :
Notice
scriber. d those whohave, i'tt: ims against said I die Wick; Liquid Blacking I .in pints and quarts; Pa t0 l lar each. They will be sent to any section ef the ,Union Auguitine, May 2. ::.' -I
1 *>
IS Lbs Unby given, That TWO MONTHS after date tatatemust present them for' payment to the: in tin cases>hoe and scrubbing H rushes; com broom: ,*R'O enveloped as to secure them from injuryO / .
I
WTONIO> aabtCaiber as Administrator of the Estate of ndministratriz, or her agent' within the time: do Whisks; pipe, dcgermasi. Night lights. Door It desirably that such letters and" communications J. FOGLE ; Dentist, l

I. HUERTAS, will present t requlredbylaw.ortbey;, be barred of Mats. Patent Matches; Percussion Cap.do! ponder; a* relate to the editorial department and to taken Rooms af the Florida Ho whero.
accounts recov. re,
1
to the
Ulooo Stock be HAS
Clan.,adjustment; and d8Cfld'? of the:County err. MARY C. s.rAN LEYAdm'x.. Gunpowder Onondago and Liverpool Salt. others to J. RICHARDS.addressed to WM. T. PORTER. ; all I will remain for a short time, and 5'TCpY.: .
hereby farther Crockery rnd Gl8tt.ire,
PCS, that SIX MONTHS rr per. G. HELVE TON, Agent. assorted. The ed to perform all operations required for the pre erva. .
I will! PROVISIONS Pork Postage must be paid in all .
for cases.Notice.
*lill fad dismissal as said Administrator : ol apply which Wacahoota, E. F. I Ian,l.cbeeso. : ,i Deef Hams Flour Butter, May 8, TEETH.linn of the TEETH. ; also, to insert ARTIFICIAL : ,

"persoas interested will please to take notice. '. ApriI2O1843. c I Also a helran.1 ,'. .
JOHN M. FONTANB \ variety 01 lancy UOOQF; aiauou- Will% also be prepared In a few days to take MlrwA'l .- .
I Jiutv Administrator. arYl Hardware Tin ware Wood-ware. Hats, Caps, URES by the use of the '
T Person Daguerreotype, .
Clothing, Boots nnd Shoes are hereby cautioned against :
stray. I I Ac.BE ALL Specimens may be seen at his Room -
'apenor Court-Di is : CARR & CO. for or receiving tvo note*of hand: May 22 '
riel East hereby given tHnt -
NOTICE Justice John drawn .' ..
I June 5 by mein favor of A.W.Bell dated nt.Macon ,
Plerida.Bt. ;, hath ,

htts LVjlliauii. Jo/uu', and Uwquit. I Counties. at l Picolata before him an on the 27th hora-/of returneJ day (if Febiunry tome as last tolled # rJV;[ Let.TilE seven, Ga.and on nine or about Hundred the Dol'ars 1st of Oct.(the 1838.exact for amount barrels Sugars London,. Coflfee Refined and Spices.: : '. 'I'AI .. .

Admini'lratr &c. estray a brown black Loaf'811gBI' .
x, and
Lee WiIlams, John color, witba; white star on the ibrehead House adjoining. the Subscriber situated not now recollected,) as. I do not intendto ':II: do crusheddo H.'J. '' 1
I. and .
a tie Bay. immediate pay said notes ; they' having been obtained do !
N. ,white snip on the nose, Posseseion ; rant low. pulveiizej! do r_ .
Daaiet S. Gardaer. Adinini lrator & harness, believed to be mntrkeajwith saddle and May 8 I CARR A CO. under false pretences. CHS. II. BELL. 2 boxes white Havana do : VS.FOK .. i!
0. or 10) ears old. -
Palatka. E. F.MaylO,1843.. 8 do brown _
n Iflab.enmade I. Chancery. I L The owner; of the'above described Horse is Granite Stone, f) ) 10 barrels St Croix do da do : ,-: ',', : ..

pin iI bu .to appea I by effiduitthitat required toprove property, pay barge., within for Foundations 20 do Molasses .
beencfalY filed in this wo nionths from date SUITABLE Steps, Sills of r [May 15] .,
'ubp51 ; or it.wil 4 do
baa been thereafter be. other the HoneY',1.: : :
...appear that Daniel duly iuued 8. Gar ,d it the bein also. sold. as directed, hy law. tire cargo of Schr. f'mUl-wU purposes-being; be sold in en Fnrniture. 3U bags< Rio Coffee .1 '" S

(. arnidei out of tbl' Oislric ,aer and, in fiaad the city de.t P. B. pUMAS, tities as required ; they can be seen south quan.of the 6 DOZ.. Handsome Gill Ch.u'r,.with, Rittan bottoms. 5 3 do do Java Mocha do ".. ,..._;.;..---j' ...\. ;>.... \

"!Wiiihiigton. ia the Di.trtct or Columbia on March 9. Clerk C.C. .Fort, first.Lot. B E CARR & CO. U. 6 do do : __ .
iea 2 doz. '
of Chairs Pepper -
with
eomplainaD'Solcitor.! II ii ordered May 15 Mahogany Hair"ear,. _. -
that
II6ce 3 do Pimento .
ks I I Mahogany Dining Table. .
cite '
a by publication in of < \
I '" OD the newapa W. M.ATTORNEY IVE I Cloves -
'Printed witbin Ibis District | n Card Table. Nutmegs, Cassia, Mace in fine order at''r-
fIai.. Dirinr said de. Bond'sPERMfNEl'JTINK. I re taiL! .
Sofa .
: Dst 8. Gardner AND Elegant Mahogany B E CARR & CO. '
COUNSELLOR
to a and AT 1
pear anwer LAW June
5 .
: kJit1flhI 3layS: CARR & -
bill of : CO.
complaint wi bin four monh. St. Augustine Flol 1:
,
1II"id! bill will be taken confc.o I 1 THE Original Invention. requiring no prepa. A CARD.WM. _
pr aIDt 1
I .W"r.practice in the "several Courts of the for marking Linen Silk, or Cot ton. P. DUVAL, located MALE '. i
' '!tiZ'dtbi.26ihdayorJnne.l of Floiidaj, Any with a common Peu,jtogether with having himself at City Lots it / .
: ill
43. f
variety THREE upon one
o will a substantial .
Augustine
.
,
I entrusted to his practice in i ho
will be !
care bnlinesl' Superior
prompt ,
other inks
1
for sale
1' GEO, R. by dwelling and out homes .
; the
NKSCkrk. whole
Courts
FA.IRB Jhy8 1 of the counties. of Si.John's, Duval, Orange Trees fit for ,hav- ', J .
B. For
E beaJiog.
\ CARR, & Co. < i Alachua, and Columbia. May 3. of particulars enquire ,'1
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The- I Jf'ew error i Lev's; majority in 17 Counties is 1401. bellton, Genera, Almirante, Milton, and Florida |I_ To Wood Cutter:? &c. t Public Notice. -

', I .. ,I Ward'smajoritf in six Counties 431.lvy's town, to Pens.icola, 183 miles,and back, three time SALE the land formerly' belonging to John I T9T1QE IS HEREBY, GIVEN aiperaJ r. '
,... ...XVZXT XiUXBEB KHBBLUSHED WITH Af FOR terested that f,
i 1070. a week, in two horse roaches. itate about five miles from the city, Deputy Surveyors will bo site M

.y ORIGINAL. AND EXQUISITE DESIGN' ON ; majority corrected from the Floridian. Leave Bainbridge evciy, Monday, Thursday.and and near 11r.D.Iiurlburt'. Plantation. It is covered [from the tenth, day of Nvember.Daxt until tOmPkted' ,

: STEEL. i ur returns are Saturday 5 a. in, arrive Pen eacola every Wed, with a fine growth of wood of different' descriptions 1 1 in the survey of that section ofthe Peninsula el1W.. I

;i '" EDITED BY GEORGE'P. 3IORIUS. fi ItUPUSALS for carrying the Mails of the United nesdny: Saturday, and Monday, by 4 p m and the soil m excelent. It la so well known that it is ly; designated en a diagram! depwitedwitlLtba hpK ;
Itttutratcd J. Q. uih't is engaged L Pensacola; every Monday Wednesdayand to ebter into further particulars. ofthe Public Archives, al S:. Augustine '
; by Chapman JLj' States from thr 1st of July, 1843: to the 30th unnecessary
ucl lI I1IQf' the Work. ; at ]!une,1:47. inclusive in Florida,,;will be received .i 'Saturday at 7 a m. at Bainbridge every Wednesday N. B. Life and Trust Bills; will be taken in part pay- having confirmed claim and donation lo land witlitt
a Friday, and Monday by(7 ment. For Terms apply to the limits of the Diagram are informed that,tbe
1 pm. ,
( tdt
the Office
Terms-THBEE DOLLARS per annum-Single ;i of tl've} Contract office of Post Department, '
I of donation will be '
willbe
coach service the
font horse theoriginal
'. numbers, 6# cents.IN in tlie city ef Washington until 3 o'clock P M of the Proposals: for A. POUJAUD grant only ga y,
I considered.-' for the of all .confirmed claims and '
1842. Point survey,
J the course of a few weeks, the undersigned I2'li 1 day of April,,1843, (to bo decided by the let day Noy21, Hop thetvi
I .1 This route tenon to be let to,coach_ service if No. dence of confirmation must be the certificate of. ,
I commence, on his own account, the publication of May) oo the routes and in the manner and Use "
3518: is let. keeper of Public .archives under his hand.aod
: I New YORK MIRROR in her io eciGed( viz so WKLOAM ti IRK'SStoluacltic ,
ef tho
i of a new series : I
I" ; 3520 From Marianna, by' Scarlocks'Spring furnished! by the claimants or their agents to the"e.1!
e i the octavo form,| on an entirely novel, and original J I! Campbellton, Geneva, Ga., to Dalo c h, 80 mitesand Bitter Ttneture, u ty Snivc, yor of tho district i in which said claim' !
I plan, wit!}a f3leelenlnriolmesery: number, and I FLORIDA. be situated to enable him to his tosyr
back
week execute:
,
i once a A Remedy for Dyspepsia. ,duty'nod
I i at the reduced prico of Three Dollars per annu lit, or i6i 3-7)1 I From SL Augustine by Jacksonville and Kirk.' Leave Marianna every Monday at G a m, arrive at the instructions furnished him. ;,

:. I'I'I I cents per copy.. land'., lo St. Mary's, Ga.,95: miles and back twice a Dale c b next day by 6 p m. -:o:- It is to be desired that every necessary' faeilirv\riD
I The NEW MIRROR will appear with many: striking week in two-horse coaches to Jacksonville. Y.PE PIA is a symptom, or rather aggregate the
be afforded
I 3521 From Marriana by Holmes' Valley, to Uchee D to deputy Surveyors: to eustfe then
of
and attractive features distinguishing it from disordered state b
of indicating a
every Leave St. Augustine! ve'ry Tuesday and Saturday I rmptoms, be claims without
nna, GI miles and back, once a week.' lay down, private delay ; otbenri> .
; other periodical.) It will be pnblisned with new ,1l'.i arrive at St. and the digest ive organs. Thence arise nervousness, nncaay | < '
m Mary'a
Thursday
i i I' Monday: Leave Matiannaevery Frit'ay 6 am, arrive at they will' proceed with the survey of tbe
;( coactrnai
fine and each number will contain, unrefreshin* acidities,
type, on paper, by 10 am.Lrav& 5 sleep b.housvouHuno. : -f
Uchee Anna publicLard.
I beautiful oricinal engraving on Steel, designed and next day by p m; disrelish for plain food; chillies, clammy ,
; St. Mary's Thursday and Monday al naii, eaor
I every Ucfcee Anna at Gam,. It U utmost
Leave every Wednesday!! thej importance that.UieJwnenbrsgeifel
,
i etched illustrating the (letter mouth foul I hot skin"restlessness I langourf.,
by 'Chapman; dry
preen
12 m, arrive at St.;: Augustine Saturday and Wed- 5 tone
of .claims
Marianna should
arrive at next day by { privat and
pm. ; j point out identify
which it accompanies, and which it will invest with headache, &flatulence depressed IIpmL" constipation : the
; 10 I II
ue-MJay! by a m. miles and back ; *.
From lola St. of each claim
3522 to Joseph'3,23 beginning corner
4 i ,
tbe those
contributions of all
$ peculiar' interest] Besides Proposal for service once a week]will be 'considered twice a week. of the buwelsdiarrhea, and generally nn- j I Office of the Surveyor'General
1. extensive of .poudeDls-wt.ich em- comfortable! sensations which usually termed BILIOUS '
our corps also for service the whole are -
stage on route.r
Leave lola every Thursday and Sunday at 9 a m, 'l'aU..hasee.Nov.3d..Is.nt'I
I braces mast of the talent-of this country-we have : See No 33GO For' invitation for proposals to and are dyspeptic symptoms. ', *
? "CONWAY"Surveyor"
arrive at St Joseph's same days by 4pm I V. Y ; L
translations
arrangements for fresh and : the ,
made early Tbes' symptomsof elypepiabnl
the mail } arc ordinary '
", carry in Steamboat from Savannah, Ga. to Leave St and at I I '$!
: from some of the best writer of France: and for Pilatki. Fl. Joseph's every Monday Friday if circumstances occur to fdvpr its development such j I > -.

1 II proof sheets from i 1'erat of the pbpuhr authors of :!J..j02 From Augustine by Pablo to St MarysGa, 7am arrive at lola same in rail days: load by 2 p m.will be as sedentary employment grief or anxiety, over indulgence I I PROSPECTUS OF THE : .

". t i England. With '[such iterials, and with such able 93 uiilea and back, once a week in two hone coaches ordered Proposals, -to carry : cars con I in eating or drinking, dyspepsia of a more "T Od.JCJL PLJ.'i.T."

\ ; fellow-laborere' in!; the literary, vineyard, we hope to and ,oats. 353 From St Joseph Appalachicola, 25: miles dangerous character will be produced' and other sym: 'I A Nt W NEUTUA1. PA PER, to be publlSher.1 )

:, : present curbs American reader a weekly journal of Leave St Augustine every Toesdty) 6 a m,arriveat and back,twico a week. oms arise, the countenance looses is freshness the j ji i!! ...1in -icksoiiville, Duval l JOunjy.! E. F. devot 4atifrenne ..l

; great value and unusual excellence. The parade ofi4 St\\ Marys every Thursday by 11 am. Leave St. Joseph's every Sunday and TlturedayapaTaehtcofa t I Il' J rajiie! and nlnd their[ _activity: s tl.J igot| 9,..and other, j jI r'o science Iir -arfiT'Agriculiiire; andJlSit;:
t r
.. 1 '
fii
.. 1 .JDClct niirocn tdrilLba.aednloualYaantded. Thq "II" diseases follow its train.I
L Leave Bl arrive ,
rah ot the
the
at and
tn .
i : : r5'r Marraevery-1'lwr.day t3p : a m. arrive af A same days by 3p I I ;wS poilnics day."i
1 ; : ror" will be remkrkable! we hope rather for good I I This} preparation po.MeePrrthe" peculiar advantigeI
Aujuntirie every Saturday by 6 p m m. ]{ t i :UIII ts>; For one year $3, in advance,'or payaH
,. V' j'' i 'articles' without names, than for poor ,:rtic.le.*' with 3503 From Jacksonville to Mandarin 15 miles and Leave Appalachicola Monday and Friday a I I of re-moving the prim try eau-e of this i disease by im- J i ,hin the first quarter from the pnMiertion of t r&i ':
every
name. It wiil embrace in its I j J I soot action to the of o'i-1
i distinguished scope back( week. parting vigor heIlthy organs sheet. AnvERTHi.sc
once a 5 a m, arrive at St.: Joseph's saute: days by 1 1 i at $tlpersqrarefirthree irtneitioiiA J-
p. I
.1 ,i+ I I, ,every department of etagant literature, comprising Lave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 6 a m m. :: gestion. It thin relieves b >wel t complaints: intermittent |;: :' a )Jib -ra! deduction will be made to cusb an{, -
tales of romance;!sketches: of society and manners, arrive Mandarin or bilious Giver chilliest, ague, an-i .nil the dinire '!: ',-
at 12 yearly "II l\erti '
same day by m 3524: From Pensacola to La Grange, 90 miles and | I j sentiment, and everyday life, piquant essay, do Mandarin al 5 arrive at 1 1 *singed cts of Ur Dep"il. To per"niw prevented In fJlr the! above the I
Leave every Thursday a m, back, three tunes a week, in steam boars. '>I fill ; prospectus to citizens:/ o'Duvul.
i v JI mestis and foreign correspondence, literary intelligence Jacksonville same day U am' Leave Pensacola every MlIIJ"y'ednf': day and from I.kir!, .lItlicilwl! exercise, the STOMACHIC i and tlis uci;hbi.nn,ciiuntie thenu.teaiijn. ; ,

': 'j wit and humor, fashion: and: gossip, poetrv, 3504' From Jacksonville by Whitesyille, and New- Friday: at 4 p in, arrive at La Grange next+ days by 3 ,, BITTER TINCTURE. avilllw found highly lienefi ,pesitaies mot to fay that he wilt make! big paper ail it;'it i itriffses.ii
I t" the fine arts, and literary, musical, and -dramaticcriticisms. nans'ville, lo Alligator, 109 miles and.back once a week. a in. I i I cLeave -al u.4 a cordial{ :a\hiliratinz tOllirp.nt..riug anuses | | +| I'rur, the iinIiiceinenU set forth IteJbo'pei
Its reviews of new works will be careful, Leave Jacksonville 6 *+.tt1 the too frequent n"e tlr' Drastic Cathartic I'a share of .
I every Wednesday at all, arrive La Grange every Tuesday, Thursday and u realize public patronage contrm-nsurat t
I I discriminating impartial. ItVill aim to foster ;at Alligator every Friday by 4 m which are too often resorted! for temporary retie ::: lurch so demanded
p Saturday at 4 a m, arrive at Pensacola tame days by :r au uneertakin, greatly bytbecoMyt :
a literature to the taste and desires of the '
11 \ suited age : Leave Alligator every Wednesday at 6 a m, arriveat 2 p m. I*i and followed Ly i inj'iiriou-i cud"eyneuces.i :, m unity. :

11 and country. It* tendency will be cheerful and enlitening .- I Jacksonville every Friday by 4> pm.. [Not to be let if the-Pensacola mraH ordered to-j I I Thi i Tincture, c-.iuipo4fil of +ini iple ve:;eable iir !t j, Hi win sedulously devote his attention and olldi, ,
I as well |u improving. It will sack to gratify i Proposals to run with two horse coaches with I gredienis. i is peculiarly applicable; to the iirimerom ttrodg
}>> or be carried by the way of Cambelifoo{ Ge+.eva, I Jed! to nil that m iy ;interest amuse and! !instruc
refined taste, but never to offerrd the !
,
every most sulkeys \"illJe: considered.: diseases of Children ; It ftrengthens Ih ;ir digestive; :;: hw and to the
had i. readers patrons having an eye motoil
Ii fastidious: and it will ever feel its duty to b \to "turn 3505: From Newnansville Wacahootee-Micana- j organs, increases their appetite1, and gradually lays:
by 35: 5 From Pensacola bv Blakely Ala, to Mobile, one an 1 obligations of society. _: 1 i
I the runny side( things to human eer"I 30 miles and back once week i tho foundation of a and vigorous C\1I8ltulilln. r
y a GO a'IeaanJ back, three times a eek.'iu steamboat* strong I From his neutral 1 character .he will hold .himself
;
, "I The ,work will be published every Saturday, in i ?.*aye Newuansville every Friday at 6 a m, arrive at and two-hrse co-tch 811. I It will in most cases of dIM sickness, be found aloof from party virulence and rancor, and a Just aDd'

I I numbers of sixteen: large octavo lu er.roval, pages,, Mieauopy fame day by 5 p in Leave Pensacola every Tue,day. Thursday and'. pleasant preventive and remedv.DIRECTION I partialjitatail! ( of political statistics will be adhered i itf.
I with double columns, and enclosed ind ueat ornV' .
i form end Leave' Miconopy every Tlamday 6 pim, aniseo tNlfwn"n..ville Saturday at 3pm, arrive 'at Mobile next das by 9 I UR USE. 'Hie proceedings of the coming: Legislature, p01" beduly.cgrouicted
I, meotaconr. II will at the of the ,
jear 5 FOR ADULTS-As an aperient take a table
same day by p m a m. r spoonful : the Florida farmer.W:1Jl be furnjshL' '
i"i"I" ; superb rotumes,!each of four hundred and sixteenpages \350u( From River -twi, or three times a day, in dunble that I I :
Mineral quantity
I Alligator by.Little t Leave Mobile every Tuesday Thursday and -Saturday ,.i cd with all new and u f information as may come
'I 1 ,filled with,the gems of literature and the fine Spring and Columbus. Madison oh, 64 miles and at 3 p m. arrive ,-Pensacola next days by 9 of water\ As a tonic, take two tea spoonsful in half | to hand, and the merchant will find the prices 'eo; i.
II l' art,. week a wind glass of water. tu case of sea sickncs. small 1 ,
cftyorcea 1 of Us '
am ent. stocks<< and state the market under appro'.,
t i.: The Tory low price at which it will bs Nsaed, renders Leave Alligator every Saturday at 4 a m, arrive :atMadinoVc Proposals to ton in fonr horse post coachciaJsoto doscsof thirty to forty drops! frequently repeated.1'or prince liend.- Army movements, and, the disposition
it the cheapest periodical in this or any other b next day by 8 in in I Children about ten year old half the abov
p steamboats General
run omitting Blukely, will\be con ifthe Guernmeattheretrwilloccupy ato i.,
I >
the cost and of its
f country, considering beamy Fifty Leave Madison h for older children! in
quantity-and or
c every Monday at 4am, arrivent sidered. younger pro find in
spicuoosrplace. Religion will ever us hqmbfft
and the intrinsic value of i in! 5- I,I ]
two Engravingt,
... literary will
8 portion. If the doses are sweetened, they be
AJUigatorKextday
by p niProposals 4520 From West Indian Chailes- :
I Key by ,Ke,. to though swarm supporter:*-nor shall sectarianuai,
Those of the I' i
(r I I" contents.commencement de.irous.will have receiving it paper 1\run with two horse coaches or witSulkeys b ton, S. C.577 miles and buck/once: a month iu boats j quite palatable without being impaired iu their effica guide the l pen in that which so universally softens ILl :
I from the punctually went '
I I ,totheiraddreu their forwarding! to the undersigned will be on idt'fed. I I35U7. 1 or packet*. ;' cy. Prepared and sold byWILLIAM heart and- purifies the mind ; arid, in truth so farts' j

upon From AN'g lor by Upper Mineral Springs, Leave West from tho' QUIRK. abilities *
t No. Ann-street three dollars free of Key 16th to the 20th of each iur apply, we will make the TROPICAL}
at 4j ,
j \Vhitn Spriug Jarfper. Woodland, Cherry Lake andAucjlli mouth orrivo at Charleston with all practicable dena Licentiate, nf the Apothecaries', Dublin. PLANT," a digest or compendiubi ofall theforeijo
I I I expense. to Monticelfo, 105 miles and b. 6 Broad street Charleston.: ..
1 I j tck, once patch.Leave. and 'local news and topics of the d.v.
; ; Letters, enclosing the amonnt of subscription, may, week. \ Charleston on the let day of each month, < And fur sale by I GEO" GROUARD

"I be franked by all post master .igeiiU, carriers Leave Alligator everjnWednesday at Camarriveat arrive at Key West with all practicable despatch. CENTE R, RODDY- & COSt. tt J .

.' and newsmen, ,will be supplied on thy nual) terms Monticello every Frid iy\liy by 4 p m PioposaU to carry oftener will be considered. \ Augustine. Jan 23, Id42.

I IT The Cash System will' be rigidly adhered to, Leave Monticello every Sunday_at 6 am, arrive at 3537 From Key West by Indian Key, to New York .. I Administrators Notice. _:

f' Without any deviation whatever. Alhrnlnr every TuovJay by 4'pm. ', and back, once a month in packets. .JL'atrnicd by the a Jledicalfaculty. N pursuance <>fan order iWii the judge oft*

I !" Such Editors eq,copy the above, yv ill 011tig8 me by 3Ud: From Alligator to G<,ot..fy"*, 25 miles and back Leave Key West on the Island New York on the _. con 1y court of Alachua Cour.ty ,1 will expiwjr

forwarding a marked paper, and by resuming th e ouch! a week. ) 15th of every mouth, and arrive at the port of destination WILLIAM QUIRK.- IMPROVED at Public!) Auction before Ibo court house .hi NeW'*

: exchange bCirtumltaocesOver which was interupted which much to my regret, %aye Alligator: every Saturday a 6 a m, arrive at with practicable despatch. CONCENTRATED nausvileAlachua: County nn S.tttircay the 15'h 'ct.,I
by : I had no coutrul. Goo I'bv'lI 2 : cl, next between the hours'of 10 and2cf
same day b/ :>>> m.Leave Compound, Syrup of Sarsaparilla April tb.it,
\ GEORGE MO11HI3., GooUbyV 9lanj nil the Estate of James. Mai tin ofsnld'C.decea .
Editor and every Friday at arrive at NOTES. EaR THE CUBE 0? ay ,
Proprietor, No 4 Arm.stret Alligator name day by 5pm i| \ 1* Seven minutes are allowed for opening and closing .Scrofulous Affections, + d consisting of town lots No. 11-12 an 1.t

March 4 near Broadway. 3509)<<) From Tallahassee by Sa"JbrityandQuincy. the mails at all offices, where no particular tilUeisI.ecitied Allectionsof the Liver, the =North half of Knngu of the town_ Survey of L '

; : [May 15] to Bainbridge, Ga, :,U miles and back. thrce jruRs a ; but on railroads and steamboat routes Rheumatic Gout wn of e'\'lt Ul'IJte. f ii

rICE. weep in two I hor,'e coach- "" there is to be nn' more delay than is necessary! to de- Empaired Digestion Terms of sale cash. dt)3.1. KNIGHT: *. ,
NQ
'I L+Tallahassee, every Monday, Wedncsdayxand fiver<< Mid receive the bags. 1'nirifuii enlargement of the Knee and Elbow .Newnansviiie: t"eb.l4lh 1843. A'datf. '

g I SIX:! WEEKS after date, I shall apply In the (Hbili Friday( at? am, arrive at Bainbridge same days' b)' 2. Tho mail is to be conveyed in preference to passengers Joiiits, -

I of the County Court of Si John' for- letters BptnLcave 5' and to their entire exclusion, if iu tveight"aiici Cutaneous Eruptions. JLxtest ) r
,t)1.le-.Ellt Received
: I I I of Administration on |he Eftaje! THOMAS } Bainliridgo every Aloftj*Y.rTbnrl1dltY; and bulk requires it. f Secondary symptoms, Sore Throats, BO'/TS' SHOES. ,
STEWART, 'lotus:of laid county dec. .Saturday ai4 a m, arrive at Tollahassee same days.by 'Q. A preference is to be given,to passengers: brought Nocturnal pain ir\the Limbs. CASES : : HATH. CAPd.&e. 41

j' DOMINGO CFRCOPOLY. Lpm. iu the connecting mail !hues over those travelling i in UlceratiotM and swellings, b1b : superior Calfskin Boots with Iron
I 441 Rubber llotjls
nnJ1[ ,
8t. Augustine E. F. May, 29th ,1843.: Proposals for four horse coach conveyance u ill be auy other And other local miladies, depending upon roust I' 10'J 'dir imitation sewed Boots
? { 4.Poa Office t lankmail bagman the special utioaal |1' "
'I e ,consjdered. agents indisposition. __
t 3 _
Boot _
-
: Flour, Crackers, &c. 3510: From T.U"bufee to Port Leon, 26 miles and of the Department, on the exhibition of their credentials RECOMMENDED DY ; 2 do.cases half pegged Boots. J'

J \ J. 0'0 Barrels Rochester Flour back: three times a week in rail road cars. are to. be conveyed without further charge on I 'Sir Henry Halfurd, Sir Astley Cooper, Doctor 2 cases fine ctrnro nns.

I 100 do Baltimore! do Leavo Tallahassee every Tuesday, Friday and mail lines admitting ot such conveyance. ,u Murray, ll r%I loo p er, Dr. Reece. 8.1r'\\ itriam For- ,100 Pair Morocco '

3 do. Rye /" dodo Sunday at? a m.arrive at Port Leon same das: brIO 5. Mail agents are to be conveyed without chargeon dyes, Dr. Cnllen, Sir Mathew Jobn Tierney, Sir 1 CdS !IWliter Proof Pumps.BooLT.alt:. of_ the T4
latest

3 Indian'/ Meal a m ) the principal' and steamboat lines, where John ALemetby! John 'r: C mpson. M. D Professor pauI1nd "'
1 do Crackers Leavo Port Leon the size of the mails and the number of the officers of shp |
I } : every Tuesday! Thursday and surgery' in the Royal College d f Surgeons. ALSO 10!
Ha'ts
) I : i 30 do assorted Crackers, Saturday alt p ui, arrive at Tallahassee same'days by will require their employment by tho Dep:1rlwem.nnd AND THE MOST',EMINENT OF THE, 'Fall Fashion- and cueiB'jivr: now in and C-ips, thsUtct" '
retail
I J"f Now being received per'Schr.'Eagle. 4 pm' in that case: a separate apartment for the !l ."ort- MEDICAL FACULTY use, at by .f.*

',t ..may:. 1 l'E CARR &:, CO. 3511: From Tallah".p by Lake Laura Lipona.Ma ng and safe-keeping-ofMhe mail, is to be provided : Oct. 31.', B.E. CARR, & Co. T

,t\ ,. "$ ,J1'I June 5 non jund Titlofu, to Madison c li, 63 mile nnd buck by the contractor: under the (direction of the Departuncut. i OF THEUNITED --L- I r

f:'; a n c'k.Leave i \ 1 STATES.- ; NOTICE. i

t r 'Cigar Tobacco. SniifF, ; cVc.Keg once Tallahassee! evnry Saturday tat Cam, arrive 6 In all ca..es. there is to:! b\e forfeiture of the pay i, It Sarsaparilla to the character the of oul,direct medical agent justly entitled NIX Weeks af'.erd-ttWl will apply to the JaJjaffiheJCounfy i!

I I I 1C II D Tobacco at Madison c h next day by 5 p) m., of the trip, when the trip i i-c. not run: a forfeiture of'!I a lestorativeJohn ti ,Court of Alacuua f.
I Hancock, M. D.,1 It. S. Fellow of county r feltirf
,
least the Medico
at
'OttUII' 1 hhd. Leaf'Tobacco Leava Madison; c h every Monday nt Gam, arrive one-fourth part of it, wnen the'running or :, bf.Adrninigtraiionon the estate of James L. Toi
10 ceioons, Havana Tobacco Tallahassee next day by 5 I' m arrival is so far behind time as to lose the connection Rotanical Society, &e. 3endofsltidco'uulydcc. : ,

i !I. 10 M Prinripe Cigar,*_ Proposals' !: to run with two horse coaches: or with with depending mail ; and a forfeiture of u due proportion This preparation is made from carefully selected 1 J. '. JO'IN TOWNSEND.J* a
and
I ,3 do Regalia 'do' sulkies will be considered. ; of it, when a grade of aervic is rendeied materials possesses all the properties of Sarsaparilla AJachna
Jan. 5th
'I I 20 do American do Sal; : From Tallahassee by Baileys Mills, Monti- inferior to that in the contract. Then forfeitures in a high degree. It is proved by'the experience County 1843 ,af"COuSrYCOURT

I j'' .' ttouff papers':Smoking Tobacco: &e. at retail.! cello! find Grooncrsville, Ga. to Sharp's Store G? may be increased into 'penalties of higher. amount, of tbe most eminent Physicians and Surgeons ;, -St. jun.wotuurti'xsOTICE "
of this
I., I :.' BECARR&.CO.June mi'e*; and back twice a week to lof1ticetto 30 miles, according to the nature or frequency of tbV failure country and Europe, that Sarscparilla i U' the hereby given to all executoradi .
I '
} safest as well aa the most elHcaciotu N
10 5 and the of the mail. \ remedy for the
importance
I. and once a week the residue. i care ist lat'f, end guardianthat, according to tar*
secondary dyphylis and all
7. Fines will be Syphylofd diseasesand '
I "' Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at 6 a m, arriveat.Sliarp's imposed.unlessi the'delinqtiency be that shattered stale of the Ibey are jto present their accounts to the Judge of ur
j .. : ,,:' Corn, Hay, tats.. Store next day by 6 p in- i satisfaciorily explained in due time, fur failing to tzrke the imprudent use of Mercury.\ system It is which folio ws County Court aforesaid on the crest Monday,of Jniu

I I I bn.helllCorn vc SI' Leave Sharp's Stole. every Thursday nt G rt in, arrive from or deliver at a post office,the mail, or nny pa M mended for the highly recom. next !i P. B. DUMAS, Clerk C. Q1"

I 4800 100 bales Hay200 / ultTallaha" eo next day by 6 p 10.1 j I of it ; for euiTereng it to he wet injured, lost or des CUlt 1': OF SCROFULOUS SU Annnstiue AprilI7th..IS-I3.. ,
(
I I. : royed for conveying it in a place AFFECTIONS,
bushels! Oats Leivn T.illiihnhseo every Saturday at G a m, arrive ; or manner that 1'1
i[ I lUO do Bran nt ;Monlicnllo! sane Oaf by 4 pm t exfoses it, to depredation, loss or injury ; for 'refusing CUTANEOUS. RHEUMATISM DISEASES, UIIltUNIC .JJatcriais.rur; Bnilding.rb>

]I j '5 tierces Rice Leave Monticello every Sunday a< 7 a m arrive at after demand to convey: a mall by any coach : Bbl". Thotraston_ Sloua Lime. :
and
j t railroad car, or steamboat cl the i I depraved condition of the general health t 45sond
Tallahn.
1i 2 barrels Beans. / : ee f.aine day by 5 p rn I contractor red It 5UOU Lath. .
1\\ )I. Now landing from Schr. Easlc.:: 1'rapos. for two 'horse coach service: between Tal 1 starts loon on the route, beyond the specified speci,I which i\is hard to give a name, but a the result of l3 usheU Hair. .

., B E CARR S CO., laliasnee and Montirelln, and separate proposals for lied number of trips in the conti act ; and for not arriving intemperance, long residence in an unhealthy climate 500( Brick "
I
I June 5 tho horse service between Menlici.-llu and Sharpo'S s at the time set And for setting up or running frequent bilious! attacks &c. Tuis form is pre Shingle.. it.

I tore] will: (be considered. I f nn express to transmit commercial intelligence ,in advance ferable to anV fcther for the adumiiatrotion of Sarsaparilla wotj( I 0 feet a sd.'Lumber. .' I,.

I F02t SALTGTHREE 3513: Frt' Tollalnnsee by Manmnton, Duncan* <.f the mail, a penalty, 'will ba exacted eq'1alt'J as that porlitti of the root on which"its. entire 55 lieg+as d nails.! 1'} ,
virtues depend are,held in solution, which *
villa Ga quarter's nut the t
i toTiiomasvilte
pay.
I 34 miles and back
onco a 500 jut d s sheet lead. ;
\ I City Lots upon <>ue.J4 a .substantial d. The Postmaster General annul the case in the fluid preParal>nnsDIRECTIOA'S.
week
may contract 3):>> k? White L ad.res .
gs ?
'I' dwelling and out houses the whole liav- Leave Tallahnsee .. for repeated failures ; for violating the Post. Oflice I, r
t every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive 2bo tin
,' / Orange f Trees fit for, tcaripg. I Far particulars enquire a't Thnmasvillc same\ day! hy l 6 p ni lawn ; fur disobeying the instructions ortfe' Department For using this Synto for the cure of Scrofnla, 3 ) Boxes Glass. : I I '

'i > GEO. L. PHILLIPS. Leave -omasa ille every Wednesday: :5 a m, arrive ; tor refusing to discharge a carrier when requi-; ulaneous Ayecttbiis( Eruptions of the 30'J: ;1Pd: Putty. I

; 1j I at 'rdtlabn'C6 same day by G p m! required tho department; for assigning the contract Skin, Syphytilic and ,Mercurial Dis 2 bb s'Coal Tar. ,
r
Dr.ed.FruitsPrescrves, &C. 3514: From Tallahas-e! to Ioa! 50 tiles and back without the consent of the Postmaster Genera case General Dehttily, and all And-a Ivariatj of articles 'u'is lm BnitArifi
I Case Ginger Preserve nr for!setting au aforesaid. ; <
"g week. as
once a up express Diseases
j
arising im Locks I ,
An assortment or in V The Postmaster rom inge Screws Carpenter. '1'oulsaad !Iit
I Syrup, quarts and pints.! Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at a m arrive a t General mialter tbe contract blood furishi '
do Jelly.!! do dodp Iota net day I h y5 P 111. and, alter the schedule. hs blowing a pro rata increase pure : g generally the slora of ,
I 1'. 1' I Brandy Fruits within the The dose for an adult,.i* a la rg \table! spoonful) r I B, E CARR ft Ci.f
compensation restrictions .
Lra I la imposed .
: ,v every Thursday at 6 a m arrive at Ta 1- by times a day in the :
I r '" 5 boxos'Candy: assorted.; lahajsee next day by 5 p m. law for the additional service required, or for the increased I the morning an 'hou stars or after : Law Notice. 1 J

?K' Jojiibo Paste Cocoa Paste, Chocolate, Dried Ape From) Baileys itb to Miccosukic, 7 miles and back speed if the employment stockcarriers or breakfast or, that same time before or aft dinner and Titines.SUBSCRIBERS: : have formed a ca P ain. +
I'4' *, Plum, Peaches, Raspberries,, at retail. ( is rendered but the supper; quantity may be taken ih two doses, ,
.. I I once a week. i I necessary, contractor may one in tho morning and the other at ni ht. in the profession of Law, and will ptf-
j, :, B U CARR, St. CO. Leave Biileys Mills, every Saturday t at2p m arrive in such case relinquish his contract, on timely notice be taken itself \1'he svr-" i i''& in tl e several) Superior Courts of'the Esi: ***
by mixed
up nny or with
It June 5. at Miccosukio same day if he paofcrs it to the c!+ange. lie may also discontinue I I t ater. A OiitrictJohn's of Florida, ,
.1 by 4'p m. i child! ten years old may take half the above : to wit, in the counties oti8"
Leave Miccosukee\ every Saturday at 11 a m, ar or curtail the service he allowing ouu month's I Children under or over that in proportion\Thi.quantity.: 1.J""qnito. Duval.NUl3U.. Alachua. Hi1'tM-

Sails Rigging &c. vivant Uaileys Mills same day by 1 p 1135IG extra pay on the nmountdispensed with medicine does not dispose those age who coldVnr. nuih a ld Col imbia r,ind in the Cous.tTT Coe 1f
.j : From Quincy by Chattahoochee. to Ochc- 10. The paymentsvil! be male through drafts on I require use it to r\ of .t.J >hn'j Alachaa.! and Colombia Letter 1rt
particular mode
1 AILS, Rigging, Blocks, Spars, &c. post offices or otherwise, after the of any, oft 1 ving while using
'I including see, 36 miles and back, once a week expiration each Prepared and sold t hll+ine t1 ,should be directed to Wm A Forward
'k I I 19 the fixtures appertaining to a Schooner; being Leave Qnincy every Satt rday fa{ a m arrive at quarter, say in February, !May. i\ugust,8nd Nbvem- j i by WILLIAM auuti! re. or Lmiis AlJrichNetdnansvillo. WJ n,
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;] ,; i ae balance of the wrecked Schr. Venns. bor: QUIRK. "Forward"dflrftof

i ,. I j I I May 22, BE CARR & CO. QUincy Leave same Ochesee day every by G p day m.Sunday at 5am, arrive 10. The distoncesare given"accorduig lathe best in' Licentiate U Broad of street the Apofhecariet Charleston hall S. Dublie. itlier'anulMdrichateither will receive the attention place. of Bnsijiew both; ep+ T

at Quincy same day by 6 p m i (formation ; but no increased pay will be allowed And for sale by CENTER: C. Decel1ber 11 1812. ,

Chip Oats, Boot, Shoes, &c. 3517; From Chattahoochee by Ochesee, lola, and should they prove greater than is! advertised,. if the RODDY, & CO. WILLIAM FORWARD) ,,
.;, Cases fine Hats Fort Gadsden to 150 places are correctly named. .s,
: J Chip Apalachicoa ( miles and back, CAV1SAT. / ALDUlCff:
,: 2 do' coarse do twice a week eight months and once a week four 12 The Postmaster General i is prohibited hy 'law TO THE SUP.VEY01(3 OF PUBLIC LANO. N. IVl F. Ac. A, will also ,acf LOUIS fc, (lor siifH at
It do extra fine Boots months in the in bonts. j fxom knowingly makinq a contract for the agent
steam transportation
year That des
I claim retheir
1 y services and N
f 2 do do Shoe i ofthe, mail-with who shall have NOTICE. an Interest ir. the >lands i in- ) in the ourchasin ..
Caltaboochie entered
I eave every Wednesday and Sa t- any person between the Carloosa Irerag ofj| ads in East: Florida. *
hatehie
ALSO. ay at 1 p'ui: arrive at Appalachicola next daya into anbcombination, or proposed to enter i into any ManateeRves., i ill the District. and t ,
A of combination to prevent the of bid of KuirU:: Santo. ,
variety Brogans Slippers Pumps. Ac. lit'etatl pm.eue making any for a under the grant made slain
I"; B E CARR, & CO. Appalcchicola every Tuesday and Friday mail contract by any other person or persons or who dondo, Jr 111 ,1809. and by I Hov.forbid White to F. M. Arr 1 ,

'June 5 a m, arrive at Chattahoochie next! days by 12 1 m, who shall have made au agaeement.or shall have given tract all public 'lands. the serve Y of said Butter. ',.,
'1; Schedule for the weekly'service. or performed oe promised to give or perform, anjr I 5)) Barrels Ale!'..< Pork ..

j White Pine Lumber. Leave Chattanoochie every Wednesday' at I p m, consideration to do. or not to do, anything whateverto 'I I b1. E. LEVY. i/iii1 1500 Ib+. choice Ilims 1
i !! M. feet Merchantable and ,White induce other bid fur : lOOn( Ih-, choice B.con'i'
," III prime arrie';at Appalachicola every Friday by 12 m any person not to a mail con- Nt. .1t1Justille '

.. w Lumber Leave Aopl1lachicola every Blonday at 9 am, ract. 50 kegs Lird ; ,.

inch Plank, arrive: at Chattahoochie every Wednesday by 12 13 On coach routes where the present contract M. UO1tMAN. Esq: NUVr.,1IBL'R2G,1842.isaUJheri"ed 15 do May Butter ,>-of
f Jf.' I m c j I. shall be snpejseded by an under bidder, who ma) not' a attorney and -Dad t 8-4 r uy 5 casks! Che..se. ,',".

1 I II II 3518 From Bainbridge, Ga.. by Cattnhoochie Fl.. have the stage property requisite for the performance me and receipt! for the agent eame.and to,receive a" debtA' d tic. 50 'S.i>oked Tongues J F"

s.a Boards Mariana, Oakey Hill and Holmes {Valley, to La of the contract be shall! purchase from the present WD1 (l. MACLEAN. 2 tarreU Pickled Tongues '

I .t iiU -, Grange 95; miles and back, three times a week, in contractor such of his coaches lasers, and harness beonging N. B All those indebted to Mr. \lacleau? 10 hall barrels Mess Beef I J
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k I :4 +r ia quantities to suit pnrCARR two horse coaches. I to the route as shall be needed and may be I quested to make immedrate: are re 2 bbls.,: prime do 'do' "

4 chant: & CO. Leave Bainbridge every Tuesday. Thursday and suitable for the service, at a fair valuation; and make barer them accocnts will payment. to the niche vier Jnst eceived per schr. Gazelle, and in fiDe orddt
be
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I, 1 I put in train for
lIal 8 payment therefor by reasonable instalments sri d his collects atretait! cf.,
arrive &
Ji ,I' Saturdayal5 a m, nt Bainbridgenext 1 days bllaw':I OM. DOItbIAN.I Jqne 5 .11- f;, CARR

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