Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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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: August 7, 1843
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057498
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'coutbeAexaudrla Gazette.; SCENE IN A POOR MAN'S'HOUSE.) dren's coughs are no better! remarked the father p
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I The following fo bno-of-4he'poetienl prodoc.raof I' ,somewhat.impatienllv .< :And tbe baby'woke, I : house on fire! screamed Mary,at jhe .

:.,lbft |at0gifled; and univertallvi tsCm. : JYEflOWJ7. ., sordid Betsy; who had alien asleep.ort.tbe.ftoor top blaze of"of the' stairs,' "for tiete1s' '** such'' ": &,. t

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-_ JF4r. 'J.L i4.r.1euthan irf roportion dUcounc.. d. She1 heard in the city that' Jesos was there j2 in L-and were warmir: 'clad* It was on" this with her sister, und her'mother. tiied to hush the. shall David.live' in a grand. castle.. 1" !laughed. t young'., '' I I
.bcon alqUrt.A t'--\ ing that seven little .Children of David inIant.Davidwas. : V'"Wo.shall .
( crying i
Unheeding laze4C'
eWhS". tbfl sJt4rii.e, by. the.vsar splendor that, JJaI.rd, ine weaver, stood huddled together-jo| distracted. lie was cold !r .have coats, and blankets! ; anil +
board hungry '
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; their small room, bosidea'small firo'which stocJun.nnd shoes t" t,
was weary, and in gloom. Eight children whom he cried little Joey, all I
;'I "; REGULAR ,She silently knelt, althe. feet of the Lord. burning' comfortlessly. The baby lay : i in a loved were about himand he thought of them alert;' 'yeb,stil remembering his' frost-bitten'. .
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jIt tAnrx; luarjsTDnc: JACKET' wooden cradle on tbe of tbe hearth.- c.'Ot. .. ', '
only. as born to N .
and :
poverty, care,
,t l 8TEKHEN, f FRANCES. The hair on"ber forehead,so'aid and so meek, The firo to be surt'gave'sume warmth, because -he felt and uW shall have beef, and plumb-pudding I \I 4'
unhappy, almost !I" :
; ::11 The uliders ned Ukes plewuie io i inform grew angry as cried Susan. : ..
;.L1.t1z..IDf: Saint Augustine .and tbe Hung dark., on the blushes: that' burned oh..her it had boiled an i iron pot> full of potatoes, but it tbe baby continued to cry. : .j" .. 1

)fzbiq fr-DiTaljr: that bo 'hu newly fitted cheek \ \ gave very litilo cheeriness to the room. ;The Cheer up; David honest mm: there is that cried shall have) Ticc-pudding every day!" ; f :4I t '

-..."above.vta.el |uj a superior manner for the And so sadly" .and. )1 she f mother bad portioned out the evening. meal: -a coming even now-coming within three streets David Neddy.
lowly knelt in her.shame, : .few potatoes to each and she len Baird was,again distracted :
.jaodtoflo! Passengers, hating dd.d0 bert now'Eat down by th of thte-which will rnise thee above want ; but bow
F conveniences an extensive and airy cabin onikwtKtite seemed that her spirit had fled from her rome. tho round table, lighting the farthing candle and I forever! Cheer up this is the last hour any of, different were his feelings ;' he could have 'done :'
i rooms t)and hope b j strict attention : preparing to do some little pieces of housewifery you shall want fire ; the last hour ,shall extravagant: things-he'could have' : % '
$ibtnUo( receive such share of.the public The frown and the murmur went round thro .. i want for c8ndl -light. Thou shall you keep thy laughed, cried, sung, leaped about;nav.rolledlrjnv! ,It I"
j.mftga u his merit 1 iall them all, j thefire"jisked David, the eldest squirrel* Mary 1 Bi-isy, thou shall bare blankets oneof.thsehQ' ., '
IjtW and Pat en4rs ,takf'> reasonable sat culm and :
on, as. looked almost I
I- *,i'M bv anv otUer' .ve 'isel. That one so unhallowed should. .tread in that boy.No to warm thee! 'bedoctor' bill .shall be paid .,'wife, send the grave. At length he1said tl
IigiP4L: j I W.P.SR08E-: hail- \J- nb/'Teplicd the mother, "it burns away -nor Baird, shah thou ever again skulk by talk over this children to.b d, .and' let us, i'fj
too fast gobd ''.
if it fa stirred. fortune ; :
backways to 'work' to avoid i together. :
,.,e,. r Court District East; And some said the poor would be objects more ,-I wished we had' 'good fire !" sighed Judith, creditor. Joey, thou, shalt turn,an the importunate wheel 110, "You shall" have your Sunday clothes on to- i ...I. I:

FL6U1DA., :; meet S the second girl. feet morrow, said the happy mother as she; '
longer-thy shall !
get well in woollen stock sent .
Ma! M. Rabliion,. AlCqVNTY.& Mquuvnie MAT Ward T,&Partners w,1843. For the wealth of the perfume she sbowerd. on "Bless me," said the mother,"it is a good fire! ings, and warm shoes at five shillings pair them while up stairs. To bed they went, 'and'after a' !
.t Hobinabi &:Ward.rtatititiTiiomaon '.. ,I his fee !, why, there's Dame Grumby and her grund. You shall no more want salt to potatoesnat I and mother !themselves to sleep. The father It

:;i ... }: child gone to bed because, they have no fire at shall Susan go short again of her supper But i I not sleep that srniledll1nd| wept' byturn.4.but. did' ii'I
*Adn 'L of James Thompson dee : She heard but her Saviour, she spoke but wi'bighs. all I of ,this:: all ibis,as )'et.you know nothing about night.'I '\ .- .. I;

_. I. tfi4.au,1 81.-IJoiiftZdIl 160.'Vhdsfndaetandifl I "I should,like some more salt to my potatoes" the relief too, that. even now .u approaching -_. 'I. t : ;V .
tlwrs ioterett d" will please said little Betsy ; "may I have some more moth your door Wail, little baby, and thou wilt- 'COMPOUND INTEREST. : 'I I.1

tiiai ) flh. conmencemeat .fifa* above, entU She dar'd not look up to the,)heaven of his eyes; ertq'I i I nurse-thy poor tingling feet Joey, by the fire A CDBIOUS? .AND INSTRUCTIVE 1 ?' !!. L >. ;i

dai&bstticmeuqd: ; appear. a-d plead. thetetoitrdir. And the hot'tears g sb'd forth at each heave; ( "There Is none, child," she replied ; I put!; the and muse in sadness on thy poverty, David editor of[the CXLCULATWS.; \, WTho ,
law. i -,, Richmond .
||a last in the Ipquinr re' ,
pot. for few moments learn -
JAM ES.W. BRYANT. her breast, c' yet a longer it can do no has received'from "* \
*1 i : [" Attorney for pltfis. 'As her lips to his sandals she ihrobingly presa'd. "0 dear !"cried out little Joey, "my feet [are harm, fur the good news is even now turning the wine, 228 years 'of age. Several'Bremen' hAwanVAi.bodl'o; (.' "\, I

DaI8G'Febmaiyl0( !e4. so bad they get no better, mother, though. I corner of your street have exhibited their '.. L
did beat them with holly." Knock, knock knock 3 David the arithmetic ,hA 'calcuJa1 ig:
starts his
cost of this !r
In tbe after wrne \
Nice. sky tempest,:as.shitieth the bow, "Poor thing !" sighed the mother; ''1 wish you reverie. they tell us that. wa> the present day ; and K

J"lrta'or, an order: granted by the Honorable In the glance, ot the sunbeam. ns melted ihe had better shoes." I "Some one is at the door !",said the wife, and twenty cents,the loss estimating from the" original coatI Y .' .! '
_-Jobl L, Uofcett. Judge of tbe Court snow ,"T ere'sa M>M <* zu- ;: !I'I'Jg4
County pair, said Joey, briskly, up lumped little David. "If it is neighbor at two 'c'enium\ jC AUU '
UI1'.1 l County, willMritt'taMCoartH'inse sell at Public Auction in : "atTr'me per they find atthen t' !
>II the town of Jacksonville. He lopk'd on.the lost one,her sins: are forgiven my Nlxoo's.lor'ourtcen g pence !, Wood come to borrow some meal, you can get cost of the wine, $7,884,719 28, The editoOf] ;, ..
"Fourteen "
Hb Slth f4s/ of Apnl, kl2M. all'that Tract of And Mary went forth in ';the beauty of heaven" .. It would take pence repented the mother ; hera"cup" full, added the mother',as the knock the Richmond Inquirer must be excessively l : t

4(ffta I a!.&o.lhe &t'lie of the isis John Chrich-. a long time to get fourteen was repeated more lusily. travagant, to swallow! this: enormous .ex .Jj.
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;.1 Ipeu b 1 tb,pame o| Chraehtol\1 ..110d'. OD the THE SWORD OP WASHINGTON., pence.-. Up roses David Baird, and thinking of the bottle I He will find: just as much alcohol sum in. a t
114 :4'&'dJhe t5 t Jultn's River, and mouth; of "Mat. Willis begged a pair of nice worm doctor's bill, opened the door reluctantly."Are more:in a pint! of new i'
whiskey, only'six
BrJ.H. worth
.yLaltf; ; ( for tha-benefii... of the, Heirs and HEWITT boots, replied Joey experimentally. i you David Baird 1" asked tbe letter carrier cents Ibis calculation :
Come forth to the light old bl ade of steel "We will not bet," said the mother, "if ;we who had knocked."lani. Pikse's Arithmetic which reminds us of'one' in ;

: ,' r'A.. CRICHTON.. ,dm't- Come forth and let the freeman's eye can help it-let me see the bhoes ;" and ." said David. had been placed at proves that if cent' ; ..

a*! IMrch2Z143. In reverence and proudly feel put one of his frost bitten feet'on his mother's "Tb(s, then, is for'you ;and there are twen day when Adam was:compound born interest on: the :
: 4".nis aat \1. gaze, knee. U would "
ibesb.e & 'pontpuned until now amount : .
ty.two pence to pay pa it, said the man hold. to an enormous ; ::' ;-,
,. Iij.toeit.Tfl .,'when d&i; will :potiiiYe" The holy glow of liberty. -*. Bless thee 1 poor lad." said the mother ing forth a larsre letter. \ how ,number of millions' 'we'forget' : : .
I....:. .... ..- .,. many.. flow unfortunate _" I :
"'r-l'1 I ? j'W.f' sbjlt not go to work_etgaio tiU it.is jyarv ... a summons 1" cried the wife in dismays did! .
.-. ), ,..t: 1.. .. fr2VwIitruatied w-D f'd1J1 T mi8Mm ti iFt'(rff<*vdrten J _
: *, at .._ 1
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t Motherinterrupted little Susan to the at ; 5
rregTv iwm, i j'| -L' ;. : ; '1IlR&$ J&cw.- "may_ I.whole door with the baby: in hers per :enu upon'bw ParturetrOnt TT* .
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,- frfwir. Nej-rb blankela s capital, article, loaf yet"Kti *"; -lbI -:- ---'-- _-_ ____- _- would now.havt .hoo'r. :"
.R&G'tYvfRr -
r3M( .Bket Wonleu CoW socks, ':,. I Ii '\ The sword of Washington !-thevtageWheie dear, oh dear, how nicei". cried the children pence."d Baird, J.the weaver this been done, the failure of the United fj.States UUT- -
do&o clapping their hands ; "and give Joey the v Bank would have -
wisdom ruled the council hall .!" been prevented, and Pennsylvania
SQ),d" ..,thick NefraSbirls, bottom crust"saiJ onc,"because of hIS poor
8 eases Cloth Cups, jj Whose form amid the battle rage ,i "I am," said David. bonds would have' been at par. And why, .
6'cases roarse Negro. '1!oes. feell""And "Then continued.the letter carrier, pay me when a single bottle of wine, invested at com., :
do Russets. Was foremest his country's call. give me a.big bit, cued Susan, holding pound interest two hundred ; :
t 3 do | i the twent .tw pence, and if it is not right, years ago would <
.(, 8 do Henry, Boots, The sword of Washington !-the blade- out a little fat hand. i they will return you the moneyt the post of.1 now have produced so many malhoDS",dad not :. i.
.\' 3'' do lijtbtatoutshdes. at retail.OeUX hurled The mother divided the loaf setting .apiece some long sighted calculator, st the produce t
Gideon blade whose
'.'I,\:". '" 1 II B. E. CARR Co._ The and made for her husband ; and presently the husband net"Twenty-two** pence 1" repeated David asham. of a whole vintage We will supposethat the ; -. \::

,: CtfrlosiC2es9.,. ac. .: ,' : Destruction on the foe- tame. J Jj ed to confess his owner of this bottle had a thousand just like it. i'
:. \ arrivals a yarieV' The of- Freedom" sh'ako'o world. j. "It rains, and is very cold, said he, shivering. poverty. such investment such i
..7't hava'received by late great I' cry t "One shilling ten pence said the wife ; "we fly .; b/ investment, they It
"" :'Wbeantiful tiovefties,which'rend r.cur.stockttora i have not so much money by UK, good man." would have now 'produced,$7.834,719 280 00 ;

elepnt'and 'exieniiffrj| that! ever..'.before, In,i'i& Unstained'as when I 'firstlwasdrawn! "Please GOd," rPjoinedtho" mother, "it willbe( ; "Light candle," said the letter carrier, bursting a trifle less than eight thousand millions, of .dollars ;:'

ba fuubd a superior a..rtm.ut'or. Behold, glads the'patriots eyes ; ,warmer after the rain. : into the house, and hunt up what you: have. One half of this would have paid the I,
,. Rosewood and Ebony Gttotls. David.Baird was a tall, thin man with an uneasy .
It woke the light Freedom's dawn, David wus'pusb'd to the last extremity. *We national debts of all other civilized countries, ;
Plata and fancy .tauorery. look nvt.tbat he bad fresh cauejof
any have none," said be ; 'we have no money to buya our own includedand tho remainingfourth, or :
Cbineae Article)$; 'Twill when Freedom dies. increased
Fancy only sleep uneasiness-his wages had not been, ; candle !" two thousand millions of dollars, would have .
I Fauej Porcelain and gl its} Then let drink the sun's light, nor had be quarreled with his masters: but \\he for I(
Cntleijr,and Perfuiuery, pure of '"Lord bless me!" said the letter-carrier, and paid more. institutions i than we. '
life :
Brashes' and Cootbs. 4 II. \r' ,, The boly gift to gaze upon- life of a floor man ban uneasy life anxieties.What -a gave David the younger four-pence to fetch shall ever get out of the Girard und. : .

tnioskier.Suspender', Game, The sign of Freedom's'right and might- care, weariness and never ending& half a pound of candles. David and his wife Ail such calculations, the work' of minds that, ; f1.,

lUdi whips Accordin as,Music Boxes' wonder, then., if his face have a joyless knew not what to think, "and the letter man cannot look beyond the'affair of compound interest :
Tbe battle sword Washington
Mantel ornameiiu,and variety of/ c .. of -look- shook the wet from his: bat In a few moments are founded, upon the supposition, that : .- I
Elegant Article of Taste and Utility The children made room for their father ;by the'candles came,and the letter was put into every thing in this world? in the shape of proper ;.

&aaiuble for presents of uliich we tak pleasure in From the New Mitt or. the fire ; Susan and Neddy placed themselves David's hand. ty, personal of real, can be sold for money and i. i
kwin| at tie store B. E. CARR, & Co. between his knees,und his wife handed him the invested \ interest. what do i:
[ \ THE SEASONS OF LOVE.: Open it, can't you said. tbe letter man% compound In. such ,
: 0IL.31 _' ., portion of supper which bad. -been set aside- for. "I, it for me," enquired David again."It calculators difler o the farmer ; hoYJS ed. jj i

New Buckwheat,, Elour, Hay: Corn BY GEORGE MOBRIS.I him. is,", replied the other, impatiently; "what that all mankind were dead, because he could, I

l Oats Bran &c &c. &c.,. &.c.&c, : T spring time of"love Mary, the eldest girl, was sitting onn box her, a'fuss i ill here bout open ins a letter'!. then buy land: cheap; !! They are also 'founded I'.'
which ,
with the bread ,
feeding tbe squirrel I "What is this 1" exclaimed David taking out upon another supposition, that.mt1TI.eY has an'in -
10 bags New Buckwheat, Is both happy and gay, mother had given her-she was very happy, and a bill for one hundred pounds. trinsic independent! value, distinct from the I I

I Ubbli Howard St. Flo r, -_. .< '.' 4t! : For joy sprinkles blossoms kissed 'the squirrel many times ; Judith wa ?it *-0 sighed the wife, "if after all it shouldnot things which it represents.. Neither supposition !I -

b. 50 60.ido do,Ohio Canal; \I ." .1 t. I'. And balm in bur way : ting beside her, and David, held the cup out of be for us! But read tbe letter, David ; and is or can be correct ;1 for though each thing may r .

.. 150.baga corn, ". !':, The sky,earth and ocean which the squirrel drunk. "said David read it. be, tttry thing cannot be converted into J money, :
66, do Oats, : "Nobody has enquired after the squirrel, "Sir. You David Baird. the.weaver of_- and money has no intrinsic value. This bottle ; .

30;ijib Bran, I .Itibeautyreose' the father, looking at them. and son of the late David Baird of Harden-on. of wine,223 years ago, was worth twenty cents, '
60 bales flay And nil the bright future #- "No," replied. Mary, "and I hope nobody Wear, lineal 'descendant of Sir David Baird, and no more ; and 'Jod a.. bottle of wine, it is 1 I

:$ObbUa.ricnckers.Jottreceived lacouleurderose will." \ Monkshaughton Castle county of York and 1 worth little or no moire now, if so much. And' i J
\ per Sch Ch irlotte, and for ute .' "They will not. now," said thoyounger.David, sole bier te Sir Peter Baird of Monkshaughton why was it then worth that sum 1 'Merely.uaD .' ;' L
OetIT .. ,B E CARtt & CO. .- love "for it is three months since we found it." article of And ; ,1'i
.- t The summer of aforesaid, lately.eJeceaSt d,are requested to meet consumption.' why were twdnty I
.:,1.' $iLrs? Ceffte and Spices..' ". Is,the bloom of the heart, "Wo might sell it for half a crown," said tho M r.Den niiSOlicitorat Yor kIS soon after the re. cent then worth six'per' cent annually, if they :: 1

4T'1t ttcltai. London' Reboil) Loaf. Sugar '. When and father ; Mary looked frightened and held the' ceipt of this as possible. .Jt will be necessary were so Merely!because a bottle of wine was i I.:

" I'i: #':I: do ero'ow.oo' *-... ". '. hill grove valley squirrel to her bosom. for you to bring your family with you ;. !and to then worth twenty! cents and other' articles of ; L
do '. sea -do Their music'impart, "Josey's'feet ate bad" remarked the mo worth other I .
It pnlvtiSbexuwhUa 'I very cover travelling& expenses, you will receive en.cused { use were sums. Money would have i i
IL Havana do' : glow of heaven ther. j 11 been worth nothing it nothing had been eaten '
And the hundred ,
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11' jdfcrown.. do "And that doctor's bill has never been paid>, drank
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JO barrels fit-Croix MoUtsea : : \ 4 show. the" rainbowTbaVs said the father-'"seventeen shillings and ti x. sight."I have honor to be, Let us suppose that' the owner of this bottle of ;'

r,' As lakes sir, humble servant, wine had thus invested it, and every owner'of 'I. ..
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-4lL &)'iatt Rio. Camet.. .. c,' ..... :: hung i in the skies "-Tis more money than we can get in a week,. J. SMITH for Mr. DENNIS." every other bottle had.followed his example;;. j,; : l

u.. ,..,a d" H' f1'.. "' ..... _r '1'r' l Ii[gled themother"- > ]1 -,-"SJyra..nnIlJth.?said nivMt David_ Baird of This boule.and all (others, would haVe' undergone f : : ;
.de' j' ._:_, I .. : I ---u t Unua: --" -- ----I "I go round by the back tane, to avoWpas. Marden-on-.Wear was my'father." a very active circulation, and thffmultk '' : .! .; .ft.

131Pepper : \. ; I ;' .I"'S. ,bi...,' ., :- Is the season of cheer, sing the door" said the father, "and he askedme "0, O. 0]" chuckled out little David, asbe plied prices for which they were sold would ,: ,

9_ de, PimeMfoOaves I" fin order atiHtIL J.>ferA! mild,Indian, .summer, for it three times." j bopped about behind the group, "a hundred, have produced very large investments-till the ,-
t: Nutmegs' Caiaia, Mace, in.i The smile of jlhe "We will get it'paid in the summer." rejoinedthe pounds and a castle 1" I consequence came. j And what would these consequences i: t
: i LBEChRR&CO.LYan.8 \ year; mother, hopefully ; "but coals are raised Hetven be praised ejaculated the wife, have b en !. No more wine.. would! ::. ,
.Which comes when the golden and bread they say will rise before the week is while she hugged the baby in her,arms- have been drunk, all. wine would have become ,

- ,I Goshen Butter:', .. Ripe harvest is stored, out." "And, continued David, the great Sir David a.n article of speculation to procure? money for. 1//

.. Per && Miner &w illCA.I11O *"..* .. And yields'its own blessings- "Lord help us !" exclaimed the father inter.. Baird.was our ancestor, but we never looked. an investment, and then wine, .ceasing 10.b8 an' /". "

; JARS Superior GOSHEN BUTTER, pat and reward. nally. for any thing from that quarter. article: of consumption. would have ceased to ,. -
:f. Bp expressly forpriiatlbont 'ate. ftmiliesaftd' weihia Repose "Mary fetch the other candle," cried the mo. ."Thenthe letter is ,for you !" asked the have any value. Do our readers remember '. ./ I.

','- 10 to 14.pounds; itettj warranted aoperior winter of love thor as the farthing candle burnt. lour in the man. Moru Multieauliil Its history 'would' have ':. I' -,

: brought to this city I I CARR & CO. .._ The stick and weal out.' "It is. Please Heaven- to mike us thankful been the history of] wine, if every .body bad regarded ;, : '
1 ALSO ., Is the beam that we win not Mary "we jburnt david hesitated he wine for some other. than drinking "
BAIIS"CRACKERS. and a fall and "There w one, replied ; for it, said seriously, -but, purpose :

,I. fresh of artides heEE FLOUR etofore kept in our linen J While the storrri, howls without, out thi other last night. "you want money. tbat purpose involving its preservation.By .- .. :'
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'; sunshine "Have farthing, David 1" asked the said the letter carrier out "I'll extending this opposition to all things Iwe, : .
t .... } : i: _ From, tbe within. you a "No, ,going ; I i "
SALE Love's. reign is eternal wife. call for t'tat' to-morrow." shall at once perceive! the absurdity o! ,the hyp :j _
. 1 c .E.R, ? substantial his' "Not one," replied be, rather hastily. !'Bolt the door after the man ; this money requires othesisfor U'supposes to cessation of every ; ..- y
"rr'IL City JLota. up poe is a The bear. is throne, : '
human want.the transfer of all
bnUt the whole h*.. "Nor have we une in the house said the wife; safekeeping. property-to'one f .
. .' :'" OrIogsTre daisiliugand,fit for beUlD'For ou4ones 1 partknlara.enquire. And he has all seasons, *'! paid all :we had for the bread." "Mend the fire 1" said the moher; and her set of hands and the loan of this money at compound .

9 i GEO.JU PHILLIPS.' Of life for it's own., "Stir up the fire, tbf," said David. ;; son David, put on the shovel full' of coals, and interest, when all use'of, money,had ceas '

I : : ',. _' 1.. "Nay," rejoued the wile, "coals are rais. stirred.up the oshes. ..& ed. Of what use. If is money, excepting to' buy : .

t "\ For Sale' ounelfin a dale} *f discontent..-Set ed.S "Kiss me, my children 1" exclaimed the fath. properly !, And who would buy property when< .\ ,; .

; Hone WEo1irel1ye.wand\ : cow.Jj .. Tokctp) overytbiogeuctlj to '. "Lord help us !" again sighed David, and two er, with emotion ; "kbs me, and bless God, for every bod/fwishes to' sell 1 And who would I' ;

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4 .. T ject Wu to bbtain 'money to lend ? And who* spot," (as well as a man can judge who has never ',,'operation a certain number' of times, itwIll' be [from the N. Journal of Commerce, Ju7y. .30.:] Tn&wAT, THITSO ThINGS 1ITEI SI ;

t p ., would borrow money when every body wishes seen fairy-land) and for the price o&an ice.! 'observed,that;ttu* white powder which f1 :,,i ,THFGREATPOKER. fj. the! laW>rcsdenTf) ClrcuitCoith,. Geai4arreii
to lend And why should anybody., ..borrow p. cream it gives tin untravelled a, new. idea ofluxury. I .. ,i .covers." Prom lletters" Teceived iby>> ipe CaIe4OfltL I it W ;vat* put na lriul 'for murder in the flrtt "

I when it could procure nothing useful t._ -' *- i' -: tli trurk and:'.branches 4* of the orange""trees,be-, sceuK ;probuble that the, ;greaJt: : forger of 184 1 dejlrer. HH couascl admitted his guilt,an(' !f
? '; That single sum of twenty cents, .the price IJODOKEN.I gins to loosen;and finally disappears, entirely. has been':captured. co contended, that l thdro were mitigating then ,

t ; of a bottle of wine, or a pair of gloves or a : think Hoboken b, without doubt, the finest It i.needless for us to say that it is necessary [Copy.] stances: which should induce the jury in finding:'

handkerchief= might,if invested at six per cent public pleasure ground in the world, and I never ,to continue i .wash Ilg.tii long MS the di a.e're :ConsutaH tf Untied States' ) him guilty to recommend him to mercy. Tb.t"

v: und compound interest, 223 years ago, havlrocJuced a saw it in greater beauty. The nobly wooded mains. When'the disease } exists the *'LondoffiJulyJJ, 1843.J, J jury found him. ,gully II without mitjgati g ciWTh.;

: d at present nearly eight millions, we' park was enjoyable either in the sunshine or no'Zonger T o11on.Jgh: S..LegqCt! ... ,. I ,--.-- c wtafl& ThaMULtPiinLHust:;
: nJmif.; Bat that this Is true as a general pro o;- 'bbad616; temperate was the air, and! the IhiI] Orange tree will 'recover Its former vigbri; imd Secretary of-State,' Washington.'-------J-' rest of ih 3 story, premising! that the murder vrfe. .

j f.on.. in other word, that tho world would have and leaves shone biighr, newly washed with tue''I green foliage, its branches puts forth new sprouts :Sir-On,the 23d of last month, an American I, almost without parallel for atrocity : .:,

.Gen richer if a,II wino bad been sold, and the rain. In the neighborhood of the Pavilion, on I and in then trie determined by nature, will 'sustain I. who passed'|here under the name -of John S. yhe counsel for the prisoner aponThismoettrial i:

money lent an Interest we deny ; for such sup the open lawn. jugglers and rope dancers were in abundance its and deliciousfruit. Clinton, las arrested by my suggestion and at fora. 'n wj ; which was readily gran'ed by L''

position! involves! host, of absurdities. and esj performing! i in their spangled dresses : the great I golden. the, instance of Mr. Bates of the house of Messrs. .th judge.<<:. andhejurora| wre discharged.! ',*lfc ?,
.. j I ecially that the relations of human society proportion of the crowd scattered through th* I r flLemnnadoSligtris Litit.. Brothers, & Co., for having attempted ; save timej the Attorney of the State 8gfet.d.a .

would beerHotallychanged! and at the sun-flecked fields and groves, as far.as the eye I I Codiap York for
made New
: sime! meco. 1d Dot ave been'changed at all.Tlwn.aU .-- could see, where dressed in gay colors or in: 1 foot, the payment of which I understood, and see i iff they could be prevailed :upon to alter-

I such calculators) aie absurd,, because ,white ; 'tbo 'scores of boat* on the river were market. The,Il mon is so chemically combined! been stopped at the 'Treasury of the' bad I I their verdict i in,accordancejith! | the; wishes, of 'f-"

: I. they fupjpkoie' the; entire removal ot the very I dressed in gay gigs and covered; with green' that the sugar is said to make good lemonade State, at tbe/cquest of' Messrs.,Jacob, Lit tie, & .lh u pr
; toundation on which, they are'supposed to be I boughs, and everything conspired: to quake of i it wR; .n merely put into water It i is;Tput up inI i I Co.;of'New? Yk, as rar.back as,the',Spring or n necessity lof a new; trrRlr''.bet jurers:: were, realled ,'_ _

r. used. They are! .Jl-tmf the farmer''" *'calculation II the must magnificent scene for a Utopian car I small boxes. S Summer: .1841-4, : .. "> 'I: '- : c ,nn.eJler,. : r r'I lII'ta4! ezptaaiw' "'a-=".
..,: ._ I hichposc: the er, .body.wm' lvaI.. I was quite enchanted with the whole *_- 4. .. i ; Th. i1 *-'- b -' p'-- "
?, .. .'" .T '7. ".'., ; ",. aNd. ,tAl t.. r'PfZ ... g '" ;IJ UE4 yAL.L.bI jr r. .wh'd, by, altering cortiticateaiof<< deposit procured -, ,, 'We 'illd. f.p uegui! l fn., !

: .... ,,' ,... J1_ 1.7. -j.elfpftJMf*, who would not permit ran to'rido!round: on the I We yesterday unwasinglo: grape sold for by him of Ctunmcrcial Bank New th'first. degrer.,but*' by .the wd vice and:- ". __
.: 1''' '': .. .T -f > f. 1 tfct,.:after-'the only usei",oft flying horses, nor swing in the great'yellow xondula. 1 three dollars! ,! It camofn/m the,garden,of ;M;.'; ,O tlIUfl51 about thA !20th' March,1841, ttiiwf alt r : or the: 8tt w'AtIorney.' we l tti! rnlUif c1rt" :
I lind the habitation and subsistence of man, nor eat oysters Ht the "crib:' nor speak to Lenes. Time ; defraUat'd'ufmuctt' larger, SUIIM 'tho Bank of cum'sturc a ..lnd .beremnre ncdcnQWrjd .6itj-J _
thus offerecl for sale ,
: hid ceased/ ,Ifeveryb'Xly lived out of doors. the Pcnobscot squaw, I should have brought : grapes<< are. 'K tuckyial i Lnuisville, some per-ons i in Cjncinnali t themercjcapital : ,of,tho Court..lbut' ,...w MUn.MirciUtigUif ; '

ij-U rent would fall ; and thentli owners ofiV4.e f away a ,very complete impression of all the | IargstwHever beheld* ireighingsom:) of them ,'the'C.ashier of Giraid_ Bank at Phifade-! p'if nishment might;be committed" tocoo.'* _

1L | (ent would' te\l( their enl.estate..and in I- joy of Hoboken. I am rather surprised,, by: five or, six' pound'This! mayapp nl" i iri"- phia.and ,Yt .rs. Little & Co.. of New, .Y'frk. ,fiuemcntof o hard labor,hi the penitentiary IxtirW

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iicild: '6z'!' AlUb se long calculations I about country do not frequent these charming, resorts. : Dawsnn, Matthew Urn{>er,-Britton, and"":'-:- UpOrtt ft ()fJJrWDr'dutmt1tPaer, ,. '
: The: a1ue :bf'rhohey' are absurd, because they If it 'were i.nly as a variety after their "velvet The quantity of 'sugar consumed in the United Park'-r ; and the N. Y. J'jurnil Commerce ofthe i mprhonrhent( fur life. Truly,, h6mo empt jfeJ.'i :

.. oppose coutrajjlictions.! MoneT is measure, )f friends," should think they, would like an occasional St.:11 us is estimated nt three hundred millions! 29ih April, in that YCitr, !&.I page, JJJ coluniii, i mudl :counsel, and had the most dVcrfcei 't

.' hri o in things of use, and their use ajone I ren- Saturnalia,'as, indeed in a 11,other countries of pounds. Tim of Louisiana i is; mentions a rumor from the wusi-ru cnunirv, ua l la : anil'iiilelfivmirjiidgfiaiMl I jury to rfn l wither If4; _

: 5.ni. 'Itauch neaiures. gentlemen do ; but, with the exception i overage crop" suspicious individual, wn| > had a .defect: ur L he finds: ijw Governor one-halt' trHctnble, w-4

"'.' the friend inveigled; thither by mvself.i did not I ono_ hundred millions. blemish in one rf his fyes corrc-sponding with' 'shall l bc'Iti ,of Mr. Georgu Warren, Witht,..

II.Q'PE. meet in the Elysian Field a. single person of'my -. From Ike M Tallahassee- B >MiB Fliridlan IH M MI M>*i B 23.Z IV* intt.'"* t thedc:criptiu: of the etnel'notor at Ni\v : York, fortnight'beiilg:' out and bout M.ib lns-.. itiitiiT_____

*FheI'jfgjloviok: are"the closing lino of a song orn.imental ucquaiutunccr. Quite aside : in i the forgery alluded to, who had Ifti a :$teiii I). Neic Orleans riays&-!

f;ritteq 1'bli/ ,Q. T.Langdon.' and sung by' Mr. from fresh air and scenery, tho presence of live Governor Call has i issued his proclamationoffer : boat near GrtllipolU on .the 3d April,, and paid ,- : {

; i J.luryRusseIl, at a concert for the benefit ofi or six thousand bonnets With new faces in them ing a reward of two hundred dollars fur the I 850 to be,, taken immediately to lhe Eastern !llow... ,i, ,CAXtiLIBUENS.-.The combustion t "

3 i: iOSUUfI1. by fire: at ;F.ill ;River* given: atjtysw gives an'interest to place, and on tho wholu apprehension; of Cnpt. Win. Runiey and his mail route. a candle} -illustrates: many natural, 'hws of
: 'iff&-
;C $ I BedfordilaM.' on llw; evening' of tho 10thJi think the ornameutnls have a'l loss of i it. 1'1 brother, Mr. David Ourncy, charged. with 'the Clinton's account, which agrees, ,with! other simple m, nn r.Vhen the wick fef |lihrSd 'If
I l' tesimony here, i is, init h-3 has bezr'about two meltsa "lion of the tallow "
$ '
homicide of Mr. Joseph, Manning., The'riendsof r mrnb liauly i lii i :)-
,; Vqd n n 'tend*'id, red rose the sun on that years in this country. ne'alh.anUfor.ms a,little cup, in which *
,igoro, ST.jlloaday. AUGUSTINE : the deceased have ;nlao' offered an additional The three Treasury notes offered by him, (:to lity of thi liquid tallow continues! TbUwick a quai ?

; ttie.wretclied reward of three hundred dollars.. The 'homicide 'Mt-ssrs. Go. Peabody, Rigg-t & Co., an American : 4-
forlorn'Vr '
!i shane ni) d'p&ring. I < bv.cnp llryiultrartion. draws op aS! portion $r$
l9 Fire,had swept: by, and its ravage wa; ", August 7, 1 $"3. was committed' about! two weeks since,at a house in! London,) are a part of eight described : this talloitr,' which,enters the flame. Here it becomes 5 ;

:," o'er, f/ Principles and the people"By public gathering near Bunker Hill., in Jefferson Messrs.in Liitle&a list forwarded Co. to Mc urs. Barings, I by I! a 'as. and combine with thjoxygta) ofihe.almoslphenN .:

-. Wtwn their hoprs and their joys and their. = I county. We are not fully informed of all the I I: In the enclosed circular. issued by Mess; irs. : forming cunmfc acid. A p6r-; ?'-}',
homes lion of the gas formed from the rrielled
were no.more the Cincinnati! at Picolata we [have the j jSivannah t particulars: Dud if we were, it might be improper Bush & Mull ns, they appear to have originally' may .ignited from tallow ,
'. And Is the flame of, hopo entirely extinguishrd ; been'made payable G.: W. Bee bee. At away thecandkybyrDla :
: Republican .the5th inst. 'I to publish them in.advance, of a trial, as i: present cinga sm."lIIIUoo, rather wider,than the ;bora\
Drithin the bosom of those sufTerentNo.it
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Dot be. What Hope, the star that mot the might prejudice the public mind. It i il! not, we n pipp i in theidnrxpartofrf: "
.I. We have received two notices from the Land chemical process which, has near'y defaced I the the fiamet,the L ,:Iaripg eye of the expiring thief,; tbnl ?hot iis think however, improper to state that the origin red engine.wiork impression the bucks of ga pass through thisantiir
: Office atNewnansville, but too late ior; insertion I on ine a light Del a pphetJ at, the oher' end, it may br!>-
tbei '"
jy6 IhW5.4j'" dtukling pathway titroueb of the difficulties between the parties is said to Treasury notes,) and the name of J. M4hk u. ignited., The existence of
,i 11eDt tOWb,5TIdOpeWd l hii! v1sinn nfl the gin. in this: week's* paper. substituted. ; carbonic acii- ,
j is
burg '
: :
.' rics of notker wDlld t 1I0p?, that neter fur | t have grown out of reports circulated recently may also,bo howr| by holding"! a lighted match :
The five of the
.. THE RUNAWAY the remaining notes.specified in u l.ttle above the caudle ,
NEGROES. ,11t'n.tb
#ook ttte poor msnoklngpiteoulYihe' crumbs4hat ; upon olledged authority of confessions of the J list mentioned obr.ve, together with four be former will; j j

i IJ. 'profanely! 'from the rich man's wellloredtablet Who absconded: on the 18th July. were; seen two convicts, recently sent to the Penitentiary: others, were sent by Clinton through' the Union, xtigtihed.-Dalion'z, Experiments.EVAPORATION. .

.* | Hope: the silent messenger Cit on Sunday nightabout ten miles! north of this of Georgia. from Ldwndcs! county for manslaughter Bank of London on tue third of June last,, toMessrs. .Sharon Turner; 1; his elf!

'1'tvelhat pointed Adam to the. .meteor glances city. They landed on the North Beacli and v Isi. ,which implicate several citizens of Pickersgill & Co., ot N.' York, for* c ol. quint and' admirable Sacred: ilory, alJadeatoll
J ;iit'r .
,_ >&> :.. I., '" Firs! in riighVa diadem, tpd the farm t,f Mr. JOHN SEGUI, who saw Georgia and Florida as being concerned in some leclion.Another Treasury note for: 875 B. 212;| payable I a. 'portion Perha[and ps no snyx more: strikin71IJuslrn'U.n: t. '
be *1
and conversed with V.em. of the murders in IheTerritory hitherto uttrib- can '
The Star-the Star of Bethlehem, to C., MacaUister, 'was-also taken turn givenot3} -extent of this process, wbkb is ?t

:: 11 so had entered Paradise 1. Hope, that They supplied themselves with a quantity of uted to the Indians and in forming an organized Clinton; j: I I goinji; on, and which i is so essential constantly 1 toanimal

C *loiqnsdB, eatmoce arid a snte retreat within the Water Melons, and about three gallons of water band for abducting slaves and plunderingother Under the circumstance, it was thought best. ui d vegetable life, by th, dews and rahi4 ';

;t.: r.-ces of the humaa heart ln That hope an ex. and put to S( a again. As was conjectured: property, and on II'list had! 'by Mr. by Mr. Bush that CJJnton should ,be chargedwith .r which it returns the earth .thin I U turuibeiI1j'l
; ti* when troubles for time would thrust it Mthe :: forgery,' Imviog altered the the the .
.,., DVa : a they bad attempted .to reach the Bahamas.- ning and others, were said to have as DIme jof I.' by Mediterranean. Tho Nile,' the Pu, sbi. :
jr>nlJ JjToJ ,- ever> never\ till the last prreat cnn 1 payee (If the eight notes in questIOn He ,was Rhome..the.Ebro.: *he 11IOUblh.Nieper, aDd '

(JagraUpn sweeps .tbe earth and all things it ha* They reached Key Biscayne, and shaped their names'of the Mcssr Burney' committed accordingly on that, charge and remanded '1 the, Don, t nd many smaller rivers, empty; UWHVsclvcs f i.-i.:.

i )mmhed jar.away. and the dread sound "Jt course (rom thence across the Gulf;."but: 'adverse We have not word to express our horror on at his fir't examination until the third into the Mediterranean, or into ihe Seas ,

'utj: dejuurtC' f1Uon the guilty ear, lee it beCASTEMv.i winds,and the strength of the current prevented account of the reports founded upon the nile d' of August. II t connecWwdhjt.' : and constitutingpart!; 'of,thw'.

Lfl: .dd'ijupB_il-ao,1aOret"-Pbtla." Furum.1 their crossing, and drifted- them to, .the. north., etL C .r J.9qf ...qriJ ..!*> ,fi But re ju.pjjlcJoprove ubat;- -cl the tk, forgery. \ it W'will be,1i I great rn "n inLind t'" "ocean.iiTiVi !t7.n.i-, Vet notwithstanding i..i. .c-iar .

a- ,. "r-1 -, ; t gvCWflrfi', soms i i' !.. orFlorida.. ","ihpfe.tofor&-' _..& ,_-- .1u1d..........ithrnediattIy.- ; corneou.t _hcrc "w; n ,_.!'_'.__ .' ,r ':.-, e ,,
:4 immealately ann about I 'tiicai OUicaSIS' .co3ury noies are usually filled and of ------.I"i luooiren! 1
lent i in 'air" miJnight a party of cit ofsoce3rf.ref,2esfrom up ueu. Gibraltar, 'an
evident "
are not always unproduc. other ftS't we'I!1 ns a particular proof "wys' Dr
izens set out to I brought krtu\V edge from! the Thompson. in .'
iye his
f -figtiora CASTELLAN apprehend them if possible butwhl'n hither since the members books of i outlines of' Kent
having received about ; war, as being .registry a!! to ihe wigihalstate i'f. the ** and Electrf l
';\YO thousand dollars lost they arrived at the of art three city, that the natural
,night for singing four spot the negroes had : prganzodgnSof robbers and notes detained. It would also be useful face etapontiim fmht the aur.

ings. 8ign rGll.rI&Tao.he.r.bU husband& may gone to sea again. Information has been sent i it i is averted that murderers and that his attention should be directed to all' the cie'nt the-Mediterranean to i In more ;'thnnfiitfj..
well I ray ,that lIa sweet voice is circumstances aredet.ilcd notps reterrrd'to dissipate all the water '
i un excellnnt' down the coast, and there their of in this letter or contained in from thrown iiito; it
: filing in a woman." I made hope ofappr'hen. I personal particip'ntion'in those of a va t. track cf Europe and "
one of the 21) buni ding 1 ll'm. A reward deeds of outrage which copies are enclosed. : Africa.
/i red who composed the audience of $350 has been. offered and murder
ofthis their I
success. for their upon neighbors,' !in ,he dis- enclosed a memorandum of Clinton! A
Ttill cantatrice last evening and apprehension. guise of'IlJdii\n per. Kentucky Roarer declares '
having missrd (horrible to sonal! description, and that since, bo has
-' hT introductory concert, this was the first time .. incredible to be helievt'd. repf'nt, and too 1 have the honor to 1 signed theSletptal pledge, he has drank the Jlif-
4. J had seen her. should take Madame Castel.J The I if there is a Shadow With be, j pissfppivTJteir by the gallon. 'TaIkofa

'p'- in to be about twenty.three. She is a plump Orange n8cct. of truth in tins/g reports. the matter should be Ydur the greatest "respect,sir, !I a :'plock'of'dirt in a Iif time,"; said maa"eating

Iulel.nress, with an advantage not common to We are indebted to n friend for tho transla. ferretted out ; the f. c'. should be made (Signed) most THOMAS obedient servant, 1 why I hayo-Vnly: been swallowing(that sediment bv-(ofi :

J.lumptftud6--"very! uppish und thorough-bred .tion of the following article from the Diarta of i I 'h9 wnooHit ,hrmld have an public. ASPIN\VALt. |i for a j month, and I amalreadychock: full-' :, ,
jiKck. opportunity i of sandbars ;
charmingly set on. A of Havana. The ; snags rafts, ,islands
i- pimpled! shoulders and portrait' her remedy recommended, has the'j I dsprovin;; allegltirms i iaplicating them ., Extract i flatboatsadnever;! and sunken "
the and from
back of her head merit of being within the a letter of the Barings was healthier in life.'.!
would have been" the rench of all. It l h'as guiltyshould be; pumped The in L my
-a fit subject for Tiliaru Her j Tha circulation of mm custody is about 5 fed 6 a j, ,:
.o iunlenance been applied here, but sufficient the ,and height, has d.jrk inches in A
-eipresBcs an indolent'Iw etnes.c, time has not report rumors should.coisa, 'unless ; hair, and one of his SETT4.EMEXT."DiJ you moan 10lettJe"!
with pone of the wid elapsed to test its effects le. ed more prominent eyes seem this bill nt all, sir '
-w"khy so common to : I gal steps'are: trken to investigate tharr the other and from wnen .you madeitriald, ; '
the a.
jjcr tribe-indeed the guilt of circumstancesthat creditor ir | ,.
I thedcscriptiof the persiaii Translated from the "Diaro.") those,accused. Private malice some glass eyes were found U > a passionate manner. ,
at bis
Beauty by Rafit, occurred to me in looking at HAVANA. this sometimes, in lodgings'we are induced to think he! has Hum -keep cool, my god friend,"' repli.
-; ber: May, 1843. irresponsible form one false ed the debtor
attempts to eye. There puffing a with ,
usurp the were found also Begs ;
lurktions admirably
at his
'Her heart Is full ORANGE TREES. of the advocate of lodgings the signatures sangffoid.You\ .\ !\ "
of of
: I I passion and hp'r eyes ore public. justice__ the signers of the .* *
I this
Already This Treasury
vegtable, one of the should notes on want a
full not be. tracing
of'sleep. most useful paper, with
!;, / the;,sig. II r'i
\ most amiable of the best fruit produced in the nature of,Mr.;' MacaUister of Philadelphia'and' Tt be $Ure I do, sirJ i
> I
person am sure she is but, tropical' Coun
; one
signature J
A jss I am much mistaken,.there is none ofAIali tries,!has been persecuted by a NFaW.ORLEANSJuly 21. perfectly mutilated, so that there 1Ve1Luy: dear sir, I assure you that f .
pi ague, ; which Lot cannot be meant to
t from doubt but settle f, and
: bran's Texan his business when I
intellectual volcano in the 'ocra lher." destroys little by Iiltlr its is that of. a ,' meant to settle that '
ARRIVAL forger. was
beautiful OF clearly]
und the molten-lava) is verdure THE TEXAN FLEET AT 'tUle.menl I Ha, ha. hn .
what is i GALVEsTON. I Good:
wanting to make from the trunk By the
Jter % tothe branches, until it is : arrival tat venfng of the morning mv friend-ni ( ;
equal comparable' to that wonderful woo :onnihilated Snrah flames steamhlp [ see you in the fall r "

I nan I certaiply do not think we have heard a : completely.The proprietor sees'with sorrow ceived late in 8dsivs from from Galveston. 'we re. Extract of a. Dan1c r'* lelttr, dated.taaSSSfe. Co*IT IT.1IE
I Voice in this couutry, not even the orange trees of his papers that port aDd. Houston IE. (Palo cl Nt"-'n f
Malibran's, of estate, die, .leaving from which
; more astonishing him -r we select the luiiuivinir items Clinton is through the. valley of,Aragua. pntSir':
deprived of -
compass Castellan's. the benefits which We lenrn from the his
1 There not would be Galvwton Civilian : compaqt Mopped at a farm
w a chamber her that the of Barbaria
throat tosatisfy -
I where a produced: by the sale of a fruit naval vessels l Austin"and and themielvcs -:
.'cobtwe'b cculd remain that Wharton, under a defect by ocular
for( competes a Com esamination
unswept a Mooro probably a yes.
Her moment cOIJ umption,nnd 1 and Capt. Lothrop.'wnh' were found gloss eye, 'asslX, pecting tl\8.trutb of the ;
contralto pleasant taste Col. nt his
i tones are far beyond the with the pine. Morgan lodgings. There is accountA"hey had j. ;
arrived on the 14th n" doubt celved of the
iusl. of IJalo
I of ordinary""soundings," and as rich and effort tipple. But it is not only on the Island of Cu. volunteer from Yucatan. The his being 00 American. AI his Plodgin s 'the milk of which de vaca, or CQw Tree, IM'- ,

i ', :I less as the gurgle the Ring.dove, ,while her ba that tho orange trees-suffer from this citizens companies out to and a large concourse of oairera Ibe foun4 traced on papers a facsimile of er a lhe negroes were said to conid;
welcome olcspfne
.soprano fates go with all the scourge their arrival. signatures ofr many American oJ.im nt. They found its yirtuet-
up of which will ;
buoyancy a end Tbe whole of- cashiers rind had
i. lark and by destroyingthementirey. the Mexican forces alSo the not bee) ,
raise A exsggerated.
on aU have fen acceptance of It is
tiptoe of the audience who Yuratan-Ihe Baring, Brothers a handsome '.' '
letter & Co.
from Vera I last tree :
tire not fortunate Cruz and. several ? having gone off resembling the broad'leavt"d ...
ughlo obtain seats. Still periodicals in the unexpectedly It star apple ;
I iJl1t. _
40 of-the yields an bpndance
ascending and sourthcrn States 4M of
descending this of the glut..ino.. :
angels ladder, American Union, The Civilian THE milk' qtan? '
UATESTNOVELTY. agreeable and'
*he misses a round now and then. Tbere'nre deplore (and with deep says they were unable: to obtain bllimy smell. This 'noi1rlsbinr
transitions cause) this misfortune, any additional news of This M emphatically fluid flow, most : .,'";
.which importance of abundantly
catch somehow. She wants for such should the IipIaVI&l. by the Each age inventions': atthe rising oltbe t
I' fiwion., In her trills, more 'ji scarcity of this fruit be con. I "I day brings!wih it, new developments 8un. The "alives hasten from all
J particularly;the bal.. staered,which- It i is rumored ( art, as well as science Jin bowls to receive. quarers witb "
.unce is one-sided, and there is a nerve the. must resall if a prompt remedy saysLhellouston Star) that the andalso( new,inventions the malk. Humbuldi declares,
in President
:I listener's,'toom which is not reached by her be not applied. But the Amerincan periodicals and the beads of the different depart. one would think could scarcely< be con that heneverntetwjth an object thaisotrong..
ments intend ceived of
to by the 11 aflected
: .warble. ;CSive her more practice however, and/ in refering tothe fact,do not indicate any emc. course of a few weeks.move back The to Austin in i the and we think the, ingenuity of man. The last his imagination as the CowrTte.:

more pftssidaatenes or.stimulus\ and :she would I dy capable of avoiding it; all have seen the it i i'l said, have all united in favor cabinet of officers, ented it.*elf in the very Gourd latestnovelty, has-pres When '

meitotbeGliflingflawawith: ut a doubt. I.,vI;l, without sure and are. this mea' There is we confess Travelling Trunks.:". Judge Peters wns speaker in ;the House ::.
So endavnng t strongly ,
< a
near perfection 'ft'eet tb of
'ia..J.W'C'" .urging comicality
I as she h,. it. seems almost) : "r turn. President to JIAVJO theme in the idea b Assembly,one ot the roember,
I impertinent,criticise her. I n.uldnlso say a* ,much for the Island of Cuba sign iticsutt vegetable* oonvctrtrd in the room trlp f DO the carpet i&cfnasing ; ,
- t j'" .' -THE, ALUAMRA. where the Orange Trees (no method for ve'r't.' Memican ArroiniiieNTs Hunt, to, BY be Adjutant THE MAIOK-GENCRAL._ their trunks perfect but adaptation it is neverhelesstrueand from The hOUSU bum ,into'laughter, ".Prll.e:, i, =;.4- _, .
to that with the utmto( <
i The i lug the S. General; James purpose, weaj-e gravity; crM Ordeh: 'orde7:
marvel of danger having then been Mayfield only
Broadway discovered Inspector surprised that since '
i' just now is the Alhamro ) General; Wm. McCraven. the days of Jonah un gentlemen; a,'jmember H on the floor j? *
-an icecream resort lately opened a abandoned entirely to the evil which 'destroys. .Sugeoii General; P. J.Pi Hunt.'TOIJO til now the grand discovery remained in the : 1 i: t;

I little below !fibl')'.. The depth of-a shop on them will disappear entirely. Nevertheless ical Engineer; Hiram G.: Runnels, Thomas raph. mystic secrecy of time. To this age however Tommy ire you sure' that '"1
after you put all the
: BroadTay is piorccd :OT a corridorentrance, and I various experiment! after Green and Wm. C. Scurry. Aidi-de-Camp. and to the genius of this clime, belongs the cred ducks i intothe coop_!* .
this lined with counters studying Ihe disease it of applying gourds to '. Yes, sir.'i I ; J '
tended by,the prettiest '- ,the use.her in:name : ,
I Hebes of their class. Traversing this alley of', minutely, and observing the ,circumstances Among the pusengers for England in the If any shall"doubt what we have asserted, let I Did.you i 'Qfhp.m: i'I :.... : "

l temptation; descend,to'a" marble-pavcd cir- which most contribute to its cure, a person of Gre Western, are Horatio Grcenougb, fbe them repair to tho establishment of Messrs.Jen''. .".I.' .....,.....Ir'.1,\ T7: f : ", -,'I, .
'culsr court, tented with j .of this city has succeeded in Sculptor Washington) kins & Lilly. No 10. south street, and I How m ariy _
; a ad embellished with gaily striped awnings, discovering a very and his family, on have ocular demonstration of they will 'One.'I, w re. tbreI'' ; ,,; i t '
the *
i colors of barbaric architecture.Ca'rvmgsand The gorgeous simple remedy, by which' the desired object isaccomplished. I their return to Italy. and Professor "Tellkampf are now in the store two trunks the of,the fact.kind There ,:' : ', ;;'" ,',' ,' ,,

_ .around seats are of Columbia College. She has honed, made for' men. .. .
a fountain, and a statue of Dltogelber'up.. ; Mr. 14. M. Todd, ,of ., .
____L _0__ -_t _" a water An Va., from Norfolk don't know ,
IIJ'mpu head riL Dall ,n.tbe centre bolding above 31I I individual of this establishment (Editorial ; wards ot a hundred passengers. an i 'gourds raised by. himself. One is of ken I loafer, biif) it1J tipw.it is"sOJiloq\! d. a drun. .

a hornfrorn'which: issues the water' in n office) has witnessed, the tact ThaVmedy' in -HONOR -- *. ..immensely- :_- ,_ large! 'size measureiner..,. flv.* .foot ',. 'der ingest hopp eemsto me ht're'is the ibunS -
jet resembling a"gmss umnrella. The basin is I i! TO CHANCELLOR KEnT.-' At a meeting .uu.IIJcn III aepth. The other is I ng up th lug. nigt 1'lbs
question other
is no than Horse Dung wh-cb smaller, in did see ; eve, / A0 ever ...."
rimmed: with ,ftoverst.tho is j of ihe Bar of the telkledflrtheusesnl i th,
; f State of New a 'meeting hfJUe
Uing.\"ater York
makes put for four or five days in irreapective mfOasurs ele" jigs' and'ihe | :dancg
: eninches rr 'Ime ,
he constant 6f in diltmrter t
; quantity
murmur which is needful for tetcs waer,1 of party, held a few days aipce and J is ,thirteen the Iletlt'go ihpcst upjump
at Utica JnChe 8ldt'Walk
..a.tete .e sky looksJn,thro the suincicnt! to disolve, and leave it in deep. The shelisof each ndhtts 'mea '
lacings of the a liquid before,the are nicely might dil"
Supreme forehead. ) In the
:wuinr,and the ices : Court a resolution wa nnd covered with excavated K on't do
state. This
made done there leather ; .
; are : of.real cream. is nothing ; bliund with { want. I0 hrn
more and Iron
: ,; to do. scd Sukeybutl'i go In
a committee and ,
:The whole! scene is more Oriental than than to wash appointed to make hond3mf'ly maunred wilh jraIdsjir
Spanish the il's
deceased arrangements polished "r' ; nucb
:. i trees with it, brass. life is worth.*!* II"
j Th4 myspeaks
and.would have taking for lining of the
been better giving Chancellor interior :
named serail or : care always that the KENT a public! dinner is of white, .linen. 'j ,, '
liquid washes fcuporl Alto.
: .kiosk tbabthe Albamra -rbut it t aU the on the 31st gether, they have It .
H. ; isa"fairyI July ult. he novel and, handsome .
being that
on day
I of the tree. After having repeated this of 80 pe8rance. and may be esteemed 'ap. A: CuaioariLJIh;; .
years. age. OIily8 Pal, qUite a curie a full Mobile Jourpal of f :
f .. .. ,. .'. grown1 "plant hush, bearing .
perfect tomatQell
Instead 01 the
egg plant.
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boot lnee' asked a'lather;of,&.. :. : : '. \ .Florida;Armed Occupation Acts of the- .
fead spoken harshly to. i i. sal
.Q,1al" ,k>nf\aaWil.tn ,, on.W.rfwa fr the 6th I FOR THE CUKE OP INTERMITTENT FKVERl, 4usust,1812, whom Permits have been granted on Surveyed. : f'Lan.is.
ere full of ben''*, nun, (poetic ; month.. SUNDKY ,ART!- OR. FEVER AND AGUE. ALSO, REMITTENT -:: i .. t-
ferjwxrtfeefoudt-d'with grief' !' .. amoui which I AND UILIOUd FEVEUd. i.
z NOTICE i.i .hereby given lft the class of PpI'Mnlasbove mentioned who are designated in the eneTosM : '
'Irftl", fcfiftircd the, husband, the period of .OI K TSAR" allowed by the aid Act for proving: the fact that the settlement -
in.I n ;:.otor mental! :thv "well' broke- to.bar., THERE It very little difference between Remit. r h- been commenced. and the particular quarter srciion upon eh.1&located""" will 'txmn on the tt. of ; ,
:1' Intermittent Bilious Ferers. They j I- December, 1843, that being one -earfrow the day on which the Register and Receiver ofthia Office w.r8 '
'S1icdthe w'ir: .' : ,(Tools, &,,).more or less are produced by tbe same cauMi and differ from each ; Ilrepar"d to set under the Law. They.re therefore hereby requested id file WlthJhe Register and Receiver -
*. other only'in the grade of violence and the duration': at St. AOfostinFY, Florid before said I ,
the date
'.Well: well, was the replyt we specie- and its equivalent.THO. of, the paroxisml: above mentioned. on or '* satisfactory proof pursuant to the requirement of Law 0

tlldr so I'll'pI), a Jk?fnfet? F; HUNT' S The sympotnswhich occur in the early or farming1 neh pro:r should bV.the applicant! own affidavit corroborated by the testimony of'two' or mora ditioI I i'S ,

Hail striae be took trim '. Oep'r/Q. 41. Gen. stage or Rrmittent Fevers are nearly the 'sanM as terested and competent witnesses, which proof shook give all the I'artlcnlln.as to the settlement date of "
vJutledhim in warm style' those that occur in intermittent drowsK its ;, I :
."f Languor commencement and description of the parucularquarte sect on on which It israadeu '
j <, nets. a sense 'of anxiety aching pains in the b-ck I Unless the proof required in the foreioing U filed on or before the date specified the applicants will for.: .[ ', I' .

Jeb.C'bat, lilt I and head. and extremities, are the symptoms which f feit all right.lnle and cluinito Laud undor their Permits., ,
,Mitt*,' denote formation, approach of this disease : 1
p from Ba/i- al'ubt chum are often the first indications .:4--- ,
among or .
OehAtryb t 11.
jbey(4kc( them J you ttialfg the Hirer on. Me East this fercr. Thsaa attended with alternate flushes N o. oj I Data of i..it. I NJ"n'iuol. I Quite? -I I -. .
ncor14 .1 r..a .
.ovens. to of.beat, which increase in duration until they pre I. I .
"' -. .j : d by the authority duroinatA wholly, and the fever is formed and completely --IF.hrqiry I -

...1 er..Ja J.. nYlhml'cd' a-.. -- of the City_ of developed ,. 17'h.'j'C.' ohq-- South West, No.I1 S. (3iE- \ .
1, ol 6-.but I, -- S I .iTjie lever being esrsbli'tbed. the pins inihe bead, 24 Ftbru8fr nlh, J84:1, Tbom. CfMby, North
"l' West
;vn. or persons what S-fl----- A _- ...-: r-. .'YVPP.... a -rI' _. .. -, r. Ho.IJl8. No..SI E. .
,'. W.btf n customer[came of 'ated.. 26 feb.-uti 181h.,1843- '' __ 0.11 8.No.31E. .' ,
the RUer
the ;
on p ,:
,. recentioPec.uy O Scui1r'Ws i1 .
J OJ TSI4CY generally ayetowifh'ftppenrane. AfMrch ; : ?': ), :"
astnme 23 4th. 184J. 3htt T. : J !
the South aid North West '
of r ,
The NO-fJD 8. ., .Not ,, %
P>Ti.oD -Whnta plea*urtt tongue becomes covered with a whiu li coat in 1071.., 16tb. 1843. John Pellicier.'.Iun'r. South ;t r 1-
debts Lot in'North City ,the irlt stage, which chmc.es Welt, No. JO S. No.30 E.' -:
oot'f remember to|, btt to a yellowish brown ltlr4 May J6th 18(3.ndic.. J. PeIlkiur North Eut .
Tboma i Lftileton make .hi'' Circoply! ahd.thd! Po\v. (ur. which becomes of a oaik brown color in the latter lug May 16h, Jt43. FraneisPeIlid.r No.JO 8. No.30 E. .

teems' to fl No
,- of which and. l1t.1i'a, i iunnmg .itkn e ibis .tomnrh. witk bilious vemiiing. 122 JUDe 22i1. 8-3.. lacot. JO & No.25 E. -
< Ki U pr< >::4 ,| Bailer 2onthWest. No.ll 8.

u!*...,J!. th n .first t phc.?, j if reiKiwji'lii ," '.v... ; i.I'roin t.:;Sebastian\this Stclimi River of, any this ,AND ICb'AHTTENT REM AUKS UPON UlLIuUrf INTERMITTENT.'tV EnS. 1:41June 1\4: !:June US'h J6Ih., 18-13 18U.: Owen Czakiel QIHgI.Y U. Brown oulh ,:Welt, NodO 8. No.30 HOe'31 E.E. f I
'h. if Mf? vpirit dels E."t No, itt 8. .
a 7hfc No.30 '
of : attention of the inventor of this 171b E.
Irew Medicine
colour J35J".ne IHU
utrrNonit was : u.annlh Drown
."(H\\ pbligHlioi$ Il afford' pl sure i.lor NortliEant. NolO 8. No. 30 E. '
cni.h. ami btfviisu early cillrd to lhe.ul>jct uf bilious remittent and inicriniuut 1.2Jlln"! 29'h. IP.43. John Broward .
every NortbE"st. No. W
aDd hrI're gratidtts our I 1 'and !; fevi'M. which prevail so generally ia that 169 June 29h $1843. JcnlJ. 21 8., No.30 E. I
<, if a *lav-, shall' Soule, NorthEast
No 10
It nrwnbtm*. that future 'confid !nce $ '' on the 't.nirbdck.. part of the country which U ful-jected to the irifliiniiCM 2lS1 'July 171h. 1843,. J: G. Jaudun, Sdulh Welt. :No. J2 8.8.: No.28 E. t'. 4
fp.r'1iltlt'rwtiur to art hunt-lit wind.protpect I t of a lIi""IIIIIWhleb arie ri (row :c*>ed veg ta- / No. 26 E. I .-
ur.twilJ her Oiduiui-d by the />ie >ul.iiftx.. Gto.: W. COLE, Reuirn.
: readily su plied / \v. H. SIMMONS
future I it t>'ua i be i.Ivviul I 'I ,hii m'n"mt in ijenerntfd where timber it RegitierNOT ;
we wtnt| on ocoixian*. It J being -'he
sp'rciuxntw of,OUt own VII ue ; i 1 t hereby tnado thud ty ([ut otr.4iid .ib" laiKj clearing ; nl,, iu low grounds ,, lh! kind of crop l'"hi".led-lillmher particular a* to the of settlement in should be-the time when cultivation! war commenced- \1 ,
t.iettarutli.! dll'l hcrv siagn'.ni water prevail. Tliis acres ti"Iion-the kind of tenement erected-number of I '
; know to be both proaccotcj : exposes a eons composing the per -
right, family- '
Corpuitttiuu fur all i iinntity|' of decaying vegetable matter Mtlw action colored. discriminating between adults and children-males'and. females.white aid l ,
jurik .and sound'economy.. ,. i
lh* sun, which generates that of., I 24 ;
this Ortlitiar.ee, ; one peculiar stele jnlj V"ir
jpaia,?uf port of simple repu mOJ Jlhele which p..ce. chills ant l lever, and the .n
the ?
,* -- .. inluiuvr and the dltTl'r"nt iObOitk I
t grades of bilious fever. The nccn. ily of = %
One of Ibe most impudent old_. City. providing r fltdlbich might be used witbont the REWARD \ ".
vrrmbhd tliy Wkfortuneloju-fir; OfJained by the i ,n4'uf a physician wits apparent, and induced the i'4-'

/clJtriHrnj'libe!, yesteiday ;-Bost. ull Ordinauucii: uuu i I proprietor to offer tu. Al-tdicine, which will bo found I ARE offered for the apprehension of the : ,
w ."hS4.'d', prub lbs. in u.wer the purpose tor which it is designed.R / following slaves, or Fifty : !
.1Wthrnhvesnanyfauti; dollars for each l !
of I hem viz ? '
: '
parts ot this Cn>, be ; ; :
Raurwocrs&ihtwebut'wo2:1ber's : EM tl. TENT BILIOUS FEVER. -. .,; .

: nothing gaml they say, THE mptoxs which denote ibis di e.tse, are si I AlVDItEW' belonging-. to Francis Gue ; .,
,. Tbnrtfr nothing good do.CONUNDRUMS. of JUly 1813, fIio.'. tbe
they; ; patient fuel a degree of languor and WILLIAM ., .
'f ) A. DUPONT. listlessness, or a feeling otwe..kueu. yawning.stretch belonging to Gee Qcrnandes ; :' .

{ Mayor. ill', paleness. fulln M of the Dead, and generally sov ROBERT dyJOE ,
a :
TKVIRT t.uuT.-\\'by is a .CO re pain: in the bead, often in the back and loins Mulattobelonging to W. Williams jt ." : .

S *!ohfo$ bosom f Because it prows of Florida. with a disagreeable taste in the womb. lie fet JID belon Dg.CO Xliss Ash | \ I
chilly with loss
a appetite ; the tongue II covered
When Is chimney like a :h for the Coun'' f' St. with a whitish con in the early itage of the fever, GASPE elosiging to Jacob ftickler/ .' ,
it is..liUlltJDl., which becomes of ,
I .Moquito, a yellowish color,and in the Utter
W!! .is'a bania' like the pu'IiCD' Term 1843. stage of the fever it as.uroesa dark brown color; the IlE.\BYbelouiugr to John Fontane ; ,
fives by ihe : skin.is aomrtiinrs moit, but generally very dry. The -
Jap. above Reward
Finegan bi< wifo, as TRSUTNSMT. | and all reasonable expenses will be paid for their '
Wily ii bare liW time! p prut. of William Travers, The patient should commence the treatment by, appprension and delivery to Jailor in Florida : ,
I $, taking IWo ol tbe Anti< Uilious Pills. and if they! any Georgia, or South Car '

Why 'Is love like violent; 'r $'217 &0. should not freely evacuate the bowels in that do iIbVean8r. i above entitUd citise at.d i hey may be increased, and if they prove too active,' .They last
port. were seen night about ten miles north '
will please In take the dose roost be dimjnKhed. :of. this city, and .I
Why b an interesting tnlo I ke sin' ; instituted bjr aiUcbmenl It the tongue continue dry,It.d the skin hot, they I, : it is supposed they went to sea immediately thereafter. : "t '

ftimperceptibly leads to the c d. I Rebecca Finegan hit wile$ should be repeated u'Jlilhe bowels are thoroughly; 4'ugus7 18J3.Noticetoapplicnlsunderthe. \ -
If-,Bath'is 108 miles from Lndon i the Adminiatratrix of lite evacuated, then begin with tho Agua pills and five a I. I I
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youbf Indie* would it take to roach 1 deceased, 'J.in Joan done Ihe same sa directed in chills and fever viz 2 '

.to Barb IDS ; because a nss' i is Court for the conntirs Pill e\ery ihirceanda half hours regularly. until the' / Executor's S le. Noti e'I N. -
mU' they he said Defendant Is fever ia broken. If the pntiant complain of in /WOTICE U that : I
I II pain hereby giv-n. on the 2Gth' day tf HEREBY GIVEN That
"_ (, are required to ap the head and back, or diatrea in the IIOUII&I h i I l I tt J'tly, l t3,1 will expose at Public Auction, to :,tS afi.r date the IInbllcllber, TWO MONTHS -
i THANKS "TO GF/N. "WOHJTH Term.r.llie said C ""i< bowel, another dose of the Anti-Billions 1)'UllIhO-.r1l11 the highest bid House in tile C'it of St. betaken. -.All the PEKs=()\AL : present his .
) : rHOPI.R'l: Y of Hie h'e AlAM : accounts the Hon
U. S. Judge of the
HUNT: ARMY aforesaid ;and to |,lead 0 Alter giving two or thrre doses of.tho un. COtlPKR.diceaiL-J.: Nassau County athisnte I C.onnty Court for ,
aHjiiitmtnt and notice
\i. :
.' COUNCIL cnn e a according law, Pils! ,aud freely evacuating tho boweli, they should I* | rqsidi'iico oppdiiK IIIM Court House, coaliluD SIX. MONTHS; after date herebyTonber twill given that

;J'"_ ,ST_Ai CJl7lt_, :31.t. J&l1 -iiN. CT-J) r YALt" .: be uned after WHitfa only a. oeearinn,reqiyrvs JaUEh'ounhlt ,II .f ".eud..r prime CAT" LE. also tome HOU6, a disuiisxal us aid Administrator apply) for a final .'

.f< ,. ,. .... ? : .uurrri A1turne1.., iseaje. If the bowel become cOtIlive at any '! IIURtSE"and iTiiiidry other articles.. Tlie-svle lobei mere-led will please to lake'notice; cr'whidJ.U.penon.. D' .. -
rtl m ,40 'C iu" i1. SANCHEZ.'i kline_ ifrjwjt, jbsleiej.jL aL4oa&ihj.tuu:,1'& i -. _-- ', __- n vu M-uu_-&<. Yfta.r .- '- __ ,
\VJlElu", U41d.Ir the great .. contirene-v. / Lillie et Aflly"l.IiUcuDrn1' ( '%
sqw'flt. prevailing. by whicr4 in : demandu It should be recollected that if tbe.Ifttienf luc 2Jh June. 1843: S r Notice, _
'* or against -
been ak-k for da and i UI in iJebilitatcd I herii'.y that two months _
come a, a eonditirtn. given after date the Sob -
Garidu baa nf the Court District Eaa.'Io..ida. IS
; lyzvdand imprurem* reta *Ied.of I eOtlnl I, Superior :
he may commence \ih the/Ane 31'dirineiinmndi.itely as executor wf the estate of Geo. I. F
Taxes would be adding to ho requirtd to present them .
after taken the dose of LAKE.deceased will ha
I having /first tbAntil'iliou 1 present accounts before
J": j two ,e"r.'front hue period I i I'ilo'r! before that,if he lias thorongh- St. Johns' and Mttsquito Counties. I he Hon. Judge of Ihe County Court of St. Johns
I and all 1
Aim WHCBEK, with these1' ,make immediate perrons ly evncnated the boweN by other lIe iciue. His Martha L. Williams. Adminimratrix, &c. and John : County for adjustment ; which; all peraca inareiled .
means of the Corporation ard but' required drinks should consist of sign; tea. Virginia snake root Lee Williamii, .will please to take notice. ,
tboapatemento! nuisance exiting ANDREW PAPY .Es',. tea balm tea. or comomilo ; ..eiid when the skin is 99. JOoNM FONTANE, Eiecntor. ,
i rioUi 'en in some part* of t 11 is MAUY[ GAltfDU Ex'x. dry and hot, the patient mav/drhik cold water ; but Daniel S Gardner. ,Administrator &c. .June2G-Auj.71843. -
lic"huly .hi the rear of the Seo. cold water should 11 ot be d/nnk when the pmenisswentingoi In Chancery. -
in a gentle piraioll., If the fever having: be.n made to 'appear by affidavit tlut a S NOTICE -
.caused by the low state of the IT ,
& CO. seems tit continue for it long time.and the patient be.I Dill has been duly flied !ir I\ this ciuie.. and that a '
which have been HEREBY Tliat
loW grounds tnt GIVEN TWO MONTHS sf-
has ht-eu issued and it
comes weak with mucr/atiipnr; it will he .proper to iibpozna duly being also IS
'tnlreceptacle of hub, the hot bed apply blister to the/ightsldecve4! ; the region of tbe .I matin to app-ar that Daniel 1 Si (iirdner, the laid do.ferdaiut. d*le. the subccriberasadmirnatator'ofth. hate '. -
jUemieal diseases ,unknown here liver, 01 to tbe back/if '..e neck i if the haa I is much 'I resides out of thin District, and in tho city ta of ANN GE1GER will present bi.ac. I
.murderous oversight tif erect ng patronage heretofore be affected. The.diet should be light, with total abstinence -(t t ot Washington in tie Di.iincl' of Columbia, on couuu the Jade of the County Court for adjust : '
the attention of of It is tnent. and notice w hereby further given that SIX : ?
'Vitboutrnising 'adjacent' law gr pur- from aniuial I rO d. motion complainant Solicitor. ordered. that
AID WHKKKAS under such E AtS StJRI'M ENI.t)y / nutlet be given by publication in one of the newapa MONTHS after date I will apply for a final dismissal : .
qtplicatioo'was ; a lo which they are now pers printed within this ,Di.-ttrict. requiring said de- dasMid administrator; of which all persons interested,1 c.: ,
mude to Genera \ II. .. a CHOICE ;UPPL The above/Medicine for tale at IL E. CARR 4- fend nut Dauiol S. CJardiif r to appear and answer will please lo take notice. I '

Colonel HURT, for'a$ is1oor.e. '0 : in New York. and CO'8. / I I cntiiplaiiiaiili bill of cnmnl'imt, within four monthi.t JOHN LUTT PHILLIPS.Admin'r. ,
whte,, r dlminjIUdleaat. byaj marker and the Jane 26. I
tlf'atton. otherwise said bill will bd taken cunfcso against :
,:f those mud holes well kno h : suit; the timws at reduced tf DOC COR COPPEE ofFers 'S I him. 1-. i-'
.jibe&se: and said application the| Country shall have For Sale 1 -'
I hi. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the Citizens Certified ibis 26th iayof Jan. 1843. ;
.beodably! received, nnd a be supplied in of St/Augustine. For the present he may he found GEt.R.-FilLBANKS, Clerk.Xotice. ONE fifth share of an 'undivided tract of fine ;
'franted, to enable the City tt ul ( Charleston prices, at the at the house of Judge Gnnld. July 24 Lau D situate on the St.John's River about 13 I '

Wtd In the highly important ; / miles from the Bar. containing about 1500 acres .l .
: have formal
, -C.qv.irrd for tbf>preservation oil the : ;.old d". Tw.inhay. Gun 7 Not 'c. TIIESUB3CKIMJR8 of Law and a will co-part more or les. known by't.he name of Newcastle. A I t
i ; Pouctiong Sonclionr. I prac- portion of it has been under cultivation and J': '\'
community ; and the City A Loaf; crushed do. Alus- (4 LI. permits having claims or demand againa !i ii>e in the ivenil' 8up rir Courts of tin Easteru for is in .;

!by Ibeconstant aid from the | Pante, Hock ( andy:/ iJl the estate of Adao Cooper late of the county 1 District of Florida to wit, in the counties of df.I every it there.pect is aq'lantil1of adapted live a o*superior k. For plantation particulars; on. 1f
Colonel succooded in their ob oct- Honey. / of Nassau. Deceased, orerequired to ezhib t them I John'", Mn* nilo. Duvnl. Nnsau. Alaehua. Hil'tihoonsh. to GEO. L. apply .' .

11 II Aertfvre refolo&l, by the Mayor Greendo.,ground;. Choco to the undersigned to his attorney R B. Gihbai I | and (;unh'm. and in the COUMKTV COURTS June 26 PHILLIPS.- i I ;

ei&* City nf & Augustine i M '' / of Ft. Georga Island within two years i rum this peri-1|rof $t. John's, AI'Ichnl.nd Coinm1i. Letters or I': .:k. 'i::1 ,
That the thanks of this Race :: do giound; Jthck od ; otherwise they will bo forever barred. and all persons hu'in"M should be directed to Wm A Forward. St. Notice 1k I
tendered Genp.rnlVoaTR and -, Clove. !ace,' inD.- indebted t> saul eslatii are rcnn tel in make immediate I I AiixoitioO'.or Louis AMrich Newnanwille or to "
to Blai:aroui/ Curry payment to ZEPII. KINGSLEY. qualified I Forward and AldrIch, at either place. DnnineM con IS hereby given, That.TWO MONTHS a Per dale I .r' .'t., '
JltfKTt. ,of the United State Army, hottle / ezecetor ot lo his Attorney. above. 'i tiJndtn either Mill receive the attention both. the snbiciiher a< Administrator of the Estate of ; '

teoos manner in which they !ave, % catl and Sultana Raisins Nasssa County, 1st Jnl-l6l3.. December M1812.WILLIAM ANTONIO HUERTAH, deceased, ,will present Ihs
MODS, communicated with the City Almond A. FORWARD account* to the Honorable Judge of tbe County -
; Smyrna Figs I
.as well M for the efficient aid Braxil I Nuts; Ge.; kVANAU AND FLORIDAPACKET. LOUIS ALUKICIf. Court for adjustment: and notice is hereby farther V,
'ten relating' to the Health i le / STEA.M :N. B. F. A A. "ill also act MS agent (lor such as given that SIX.MONTHS afterdate I will apply for : Ij'

&jl Junker Retnlrxd That he Speiua, and Tallow; and VIA_.. may desire theirservires) i in the purchasing and settling a final dismissal as said (Administrator : of which ,

Council transmit a copy of the rona / DARIEN. BRUNSWICK- ST. MAR Y'S, oflandisin East: f.1rida.Trespassers _ _ :. all- persons JOHN interested M.will FONTANE please Intake Administrator.notice. .,-

.bles and solui'.on to Genet' 1 scented. ; variegated do; JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK, Take N otic'e.HAVI'lG Jane 23 "

: 'Colonel? HCKT, and ,that the me I' PICOLATA AND PALATKA. _suffered m-ich Injury from persons I
fa .Newspapers of this city. Ac.-Pickles assorted in regular Steam Packet ST. MATTHEWS fires on lands belonging ti. on on An Permanent Arrangement

%t (A true copy 0 P. t. Tomato do ia bottle do Fish; Capers Sauce,, THE ,P. M'Nclty will run once a week the : n'tatia Island. I have given such directions M will TH R ,well known Steam[I'Packet ClffCifflf A I ,

'" \ul Ii 4 Cerkj,of' Stimchton Bitter.; Lem year round to the above named place leaving Savannah enable me to know those from whom I hall nffer TI, J. SMITH Master, will run rtgularly [
'. J ,4 -- ; Palatka and Picolnta ,I iroiu the like in (IItnre. AH are for between
Lime Juice West In every Tuesday every injury mains persons one year Savannah and PiUtka E. F, ; '
iAs1ENE4 B. ; ,' ; I Friday on her way to Hayinnnh, where paepgtrs : forwarned that I shall not honiuta f) enforce the laVacniri ,1 saving Savannah every Saturday, and PiUtka'eveiy ,
!. "' I bound North will be in time for the aplend.d Steam 1 1P r .t the wilful and negligent. E B.GOULD. Tuesday touching! at all the intermediate landing ou "' t
Frnncesjtrom a/nd t6 Cavendish La-
In the Stephen &> .1 ; WM. 8EABROOK. and i '' 10th
t tfnufll Scotch 1 cki CaptainKina. Jnly the route-1 Her aceosnmodatioos an very:extensive, i f'
'UnsCltUnd,. tlestrs. King,' ':,.'I common Macalioy t&gdis, 1 I BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Capt.' -- -Bonn- which leava i I Superior iourt ili.SrictFlorida. Ea*$. and f>r comfort not surpassed by.any Beat aa thi i ;
frIIawkInL' 1 4-vve'y Monday ferJhaitean>n. route. J
--u. ,- u& co,; ,
.. old -ration- -r mm, do I to-I- The people flf Georgia and Florida can depend For Freight or Passage (which will be taken at a. '
r : MAlfiNE JoullAL Gin; Whiskej, Scotch I on this Boat the year round an J. the owners of her.I' IN CHANCERY. low rates ns by any other Boat) apply on board, 'or I .
look to them fur patronage: the t4t. Matthew can, JobnM.J Bowden cod Win.31. Ua en. Adminialra. to A.. H. CULE., Pilttka, 1.
': I or mr. Liquors. he b Boat the for Sirs 'of Richard T, Keating, ,
I It ; ( AUrh.& Co ; do. not tnrpaJMed any on route speed. j or to ROSS & HOLMES, iDe.E."F.I' ,
--- 4, crointuodiition. comfort. U. j 87: Persons ,,. .
taking. on board the C. !
and Brown DutT (;
i or. ,,
i ARBJVED.31st Ch hick For freight nr pa..4g.. apply on hnard. or to Maria Gay and John Rodman. Adroinistrtters ofAuihhm ri may rely on reaching Sayotinahon every Thxiiday. I -
Sloop F Barlow, Jones snip Kg tie Spark FERNANDEZ & Bib BEE. A ent 'Gay. '
,' Londou Por : ia time to meet the triweekly line which. leave, tile -
Sl*t ," YV ha I.:boat Ucjicon, S R Vinegar ; Jncksonville. I' Dill of Ketveor.IT lame afternoon for Cbarlastan. I f
and Leiih '
olb-Sieamer. Jetthewt. : ; en GEO. HAAS. Agent, Savannah.J. 'I' liavine been Jr.adB'lo app iax by affidavit that a June : I tz
: B. LAFI'lTE Aeuii. Clurlmton.QT \| Bill ha. b-eti duly filed in this cantv and Ihat a -
*tah' -' :. Catter.and Elfti>hant. The St. Matthews will leave Picolsta eyery I Knbpcena therein hu been duly i.aed ; and it being JESSE A4+ BRUSH'I '
:. .6ih-Sch Stephen & ,Frances, ., 8.Iuioh, Mackereland. t, FfttDAV at 11 o'clock. also mad to appear by affidavit that John Rodman, -

,.j9o. I' Pa"igrf through to Cbojle ton from Picolata and. one of the said defendants. reues! cut of this District JUSTICE OF THE ,'PB.4CEJ, -
SAILED. : -Rice, Pot Barley Oat Palaika, 115' and at the Ci y of Net York, jn the State 'f .AKD' -
; | I'MC'' v. Ith Hrvlw, York-on of Co'mpUiuant's it NOTARYPUBLIC /
Jane New Km
.61.,24 [ 61Administrators Solicitor j
i2d Aug. Steumer :; & r'u .. t1l'."'. Lonoou gi.trrh. Cnn- ordered .
that notice
i< je given by publication in one ST. AUOUSTCTE E.
'\. j $ .II"rU1it' illl' .I..a't!>: JIIOf P. 'l..r. .
witbiu ihi
r- : of the'Newspaper: printed District requiring .>
I t ti ii l f i'.ifiT.. .; ,-"r;. t"."'m;; Notice.. said Rodman WILL attend punctually aU business connect :-
; # .81Jnp Biir.imrJone I d.leibdaat.iohn 'to appear and i .
: '. NM !c,!. D.-u .1.1. the Estate of with the above tffice which be _'
.. ] ; "'" : :k 1wr.nsiuiivingdemandssgisinat eomplninants Bill of complaint'within four may entrnsted -
'Vk h.. >UCJ8' D'neon, S |U Hill i answer to hit char .. i't
: -! ':-si-i ';ul"'! :- p -.. pro
| M-Sicarrier I St. MatthewsUlwibV ; J t\ ,'i;':' I'J..a -wiMt nu.tMl.i I LI lU-$ ...:er"iCueddmi"i.lrolur..- birp. will be drawn op with neatness and despatch. -1
!i' ". ". '0.1 II t A I'd N l i1.I' '1. i i-- tifrrliy given to nil Creditor Lrga- It i is: further ordered that atid notice be published 07 RKTOU DAT of Court the 3d Monday m every -

-i'I I f-l.-'h.w? Fiiir',. iJu vi I. l !fi-i'8, iiurt i I'.r-... i-i'lt eiiui. d".I"buli..n thereof tna onc: a week.consecntively, fo four months from this month. 3t" July, \ '10 !. .
h." '. ) I II ." cUiiu a,(,t !,, ."I. &ILL pz&nna b"ine cli.i .rdena !!( l f.tct GI,O'JSi' I ; oi' two j ar fivm this dale, unless cxliibit i Certified to bit a true copy of Order made and a TORENT.
s.: /,_i 8eL Empire aie'requin>d to WouJ-ware, Uatu, Cup ,.wiiIui" tl.n.ul1Je. ': '
entered in
said Court this .Jd of Juue, 1843, at premises recently occupied by Nathaniel C I -
> THE '
weeks ti ,
tf !a'debip ea. wiibin.four ora. ",, &c. St. Auguminii E. F. ). UlCHACL PAPY AugnstioR. E. I', ) Esq. Possession be Sadfmms jt -
'1t: .WjaM barred.. I B E CARR & CO. I July Uth 1843. > Adrar. ofihe Fstate of : ; GEO: R. FAIRBANKS. cirrk. 'ly Apply E. B. GOUL I i ,
.1', : VENANCIO Jane 5 ) Alary Barges Papy Dee. Jans 19v St.Aujustine, 8ib July, 1843. 'j -

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I XVXXT .OTMBSK EJfB: lUSHED,WITH AM "tE O 'SALE the land formerly belonging John theist, of J olj 1843.to.the 30th II A CHBONtCt; Of: ".'olFasIenand LIt taer <
ORIGINAL.'AND EXQUISITE' :DESIGN ON t Js1''Ayrsultdilate"about five njiles from the' city. at Jane, 1847, inclD'-i, in Florida. wUlbe.recci ed .The Turf I; &tel&::Sport8, lferatvre Tie Cheapest :tnllr".ostJ.EkgG1 t"MtJga. .

:: 1 ,',8TEEr;. J ,and with near5r a fine growth D.HprlburVs of wood. Plantation of different' his' (covered of in the the city Contract of Washington oce of the until Post i3 Office o'clock Department; P M of the, >and: the' Stagej : : V 7 ,. IS THE: UNION.' -.....? ,.. -L" .' ....tJ.t1"
: descriptions ''TWENTY FOaTWENTYDOLLA&8.
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and the soil is excelent. It is'so well known that it isuunecesMry : (to .. .. .
Illustrated by J. Q. Chapman,, \e\o it engaged to ebtsr into further particulars.. of May.) p v the routes and id. .ibo manner. and. liae PUBLISHED EVERY ,8ATVRDAY"MORNINGt'AT (1 aad'popuJ'- Lady's' Magazies.- 4
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t ; : exclusively, far the Worjlc.Tgrgu I N B., .,Lii. and Trust Bills will be taken in part pay herein specified, viz: 110. 1, BABCtlT STa&?. ,THIS JlD o C a new volume t; in a style pf rare.

t -THREE DOLLARS annum Single ment. For Terms, apply to ; ,
per FLORIDA. JOHN :RICHARDS, PRorBtWOR.WiaiasnT. : magnificence1 withtbe January)issu e,rnumberJJOIJK"aiuinr a
;; numbers,.64 cents. I A. POUJAUD. ; three Engrivinis of IM most costly and.sir t
the course of a. few weeks, the undersigned' Nor 31. 1m34!. Point hoPe '3501 From St. Augustus;Jacksonville and Kirk. '. PO I EDITOR. peo'.Y8 ch'anct". The publuhar has i ezprenied,i'1dU'riDthe'puc'
IN .. and back twice r.
: to St.: Blarys,Ga.,9S miles '
: m commence.. on hi. own account, the publication WILLIAM QUIIfK'S year. the most unqualified surec**;.
week in two-horse coaches Jacksonville.
i. of a new series! ef the NEW YORK iMtRROR. in to and the new 'with a 'deterinlaatketto "
and well[ kn *weekly! publication, which upon year .
Leave St. Tuesday, Saturday
I the octavo form, on an' entirely "novel,and original Stomachic, Hitter Tincture, arrive Augustine every and THIS: established in J83U by its present Editor. outstrip;all cotsmporsries; ..* '- at,
I 12 m, at Mary's Thursday .
plan.- with a Steel' engraving in every number, and :A'Remedy! for Dyspepsia'? bylUam. commenced its Thirteenth volume oh the 4th of The emhellishments for the'new volume are,'ot* tlt) r *!

; : at the reduced" price of Three Dollars per auunsa, orG -:0- Leave St. Mary's; Thursday and Monday at March, 1843, It is a sheet of the very largest class, most splendid and costly character, eorebiniaj imy..,.rt. n
i. ; | cents per copy. YPE'PIA, is rather every and Wednesday containing twelve imperial 'printed on variety ofstyle; a executed by the first,aitists CM
MIRROR a symptom, or aggregate 12 m, arrive at tit., Augustine Saturday quarto pages
The New will appear with many striking D 6/yroptoms, Indicating a diorderedstate of. by'10 am' : ,, linen paper of the finest texture, and on good ype.- I countrj,cin' produce..,The work has besnJhtLadies oi
and attractive features, distinguishing it from' every the digest ive organs. Thence arise nervousness. uneasy : Proposals for service once a week will be considered It is embellished with the largest and most highly fin favorite, and this reputation it will continue to'mita-i''*4i I
other periodical., "It will be pablisued 'with new jibed ENGRAVINGS issued tain. :Hence,'the character of its literature .wiU ( .,
wirefreshing.sleep. acidities bilious vomiting also for stage service on the whole route. .ON STEEL, ever.. by UK
: type, on floe paper; and each number: will tontaiu'a nauseaordistelisb for plain food, chiloessj clammy JT*" See No 3360 For invitation for proposals to a periodical :in the United States. The .last three june to b. snch'as to'>cominend it( e IJiiojth8''IJ>
beautiful pricinal engraving on Steel, designed and volumes contained Portraits of.the following sex. It vf contain articleClom the most popaU'"t!
1 I mouth.foul'tonge, not skin'restlessness langour carry the mail in Steamboat: from Savannah, Ga. to superb
etchedby. Chapman1, illustrating the letter prrss, dutioxnished AMERICA and HORSKS ;designed and !
head ache, flatulence, depressed.spirits, constipation Pil.tbl. Fl. IMFORTCD
JI I which peculiar it .accompanies iate're t., Besides, and which the contributions it will Invest' of with'all of ihe bowt-Is.diarrhea,'and &en raUy:all those on- -:S502 From Augustine by Pablo to St Marys.Ga; coo'stltu'e'' an AfiUtjean .Sporting, .Gallery_. : '1_ r..ie ,' ;
:comfortable. ....tion.which are usual!v termed BitTbe iin.l harlr nurn a vifn\r\ in twfi h"". .fn at\Aa. WIeeL'Larscteristics i M "M '" -*** ** r UM L
!L oar.extensive corps-of correa udeill which ann uuata.LerfveJSt. and Performances ea
: .-r, ..., WcejmtUt1flitATen 01 UUs country.-we .nave ." are th< or mary symptoms'of)d1ap Plia-bill Al1gnltin every Tuesdiy at 8 a m,arrive with incidental notices of their contemporaries, "&c. from th !
: j: : made arra ements (or fresh'''and': early translations if circumstances accur to fnvor development suchas at M Marys every Thursday by 11 a in The Engravings correspond in size (eighteen inches I literary
; t : from some of the, best writers'' of Franc"and for sedentary employment grief or anxiety t oer,indulgence Leave St Marysevery, Thursday at2p m. arrive at by thirteen. ) |with those annually, published in Lon.. DI ,: !
., proof sheets from 'several of the -popular author of in eating or drinking, dyspepsia 0f'a: moro St Augustine every Saturday. by 6 pm. don, of the [Winners of the. Deiby, Oaks and ,St. Galaxy
!E1 England. With such matenl1", and with such nblo dangerouit character will be produced, aiid other sym* 35U3 From Jacksonville to Mandarin 15 miles and 1 Leger. and i have been executed in line, on Steal 'to, !
:.A fellow-laborers in the literary vineyard, we hope to oms aiie, the countenance looses -t. freshness, the back. once a week. Plate', expressly for''This Paper from Original,Pie' 'every

-. present tothe'American reader weekly journal of ra me and mind their activity aud vigor; and other Leave Jacksonville! neryVednesday at 6 a m bream oil by the' 'most eminent'Arliats :-. its {
great value anJ nnusnat excellence. The parade of diseases blloxv in its train. arrive at Mandarin same day by 12 m FLACK MARIA taste .

:' mere names will be sedujonkly avoided. The "Mir- This preparation possesses the peculiar, Advantage Leave Mandarin every Thursday.at 5a in,arrive. at The property of the Hon. Balie Peytoit,. of-New colored
ror" will be 'remarkable we hope rather for cood ut removing the primary causa'of this disease by imparting Jacksonville same day Ham Orleans; Engraved: by Dick! after' Troye's painting, in : (

articles without names, than: 'for poor article '.with vigor and health/ action to the organs of die :3TU4.From Jacksonville by WhltolY lle. and New- in the collection, of John C. Stevens, Esq. ing }

t: distinguished names. It will embrace in.. its ncope gestion. It thud relieves bowel complaints intermittent nansville. ,to Alligator 109 miles and back once week JOHN BASCOME. other
very department. elegant: literature, comprising or bilious fevers chillies, ague,and all the distreuingeffect Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 6 a in, arrive The property' of Col John Crowell of Fort Mitch *-Lad>'
JJ tales of romance,-sketches' of society and iiiai.nur, nf DYfo p.ill. To persons |prev.nted at Alligator: every Friday by 4 p in ell, Ala.; Ells'raved'y: Dick, after Troye's painting, I lers of Cc
nentiment, and every*day life ptqnajit e!! "tI, do. from thki ng iii Ulcient exercise, ,the iJTOlIACHICBITTER Leave Alligator every Wednesday at 6 a-m, arriveat in collection- of his owner has giy
: 'anesti: and foreign correspondence. literary intelligence TINC I'URE. illba found highly,benefi Jacksonville every Friday by 4 pm. LEVIATHAN.The cannot '
wit and,humor, fashion and gossip, poetry, chi:ns a cordial amid exhilirating tonic, rendering uii Proposals to run with two horse coaches'or with. property of,the late James Jackson, Esq., of designs : : :
: the fine1 arts, and literary, musical, and dramatic .nece iiary the too frequent nse-of DrdaticCathat: tic sulkeys will be con idered. Florence. 'Ala., Engraved by Dick after Troye's vance '
*rz ; cri caml. Its reviews"' new works will be careful, which nre too often resorted lo Umporary relic 3505 From Newnansville by Wacahootee,Micano- painting, iii _the collectiop of Thomas Kirkman, Esq it in !;
rt. &JiscI JiLlatiog.and .impartial.. It will aim to foter r '. matters ;
and followed [ week SHARK.
by injurious conseqncnce's. py, 30 miles and back, ouce a :
4 : a litarature suited to .iliti taler.nnd diuirei 'of the age This Tincture, composed of .impl Vegetable in leave Newnansville, every Friday at 6 a m, arrive at The property of Col. War. R.Johnson, of Peters styles :
r N and countr,. Its tendency! will be cheerful aud en. gredients. U. peculiarly applicable to the {numerous Micanopy same day by 5 p m burg. Va. ;| Engraved by lick.after Troye's painting I. odicals,
livening, as well as improving. It wi1!| seek to gratify diseases of Children; hftrength. Uuir digestive Leave Miconopy every Thursday 6 pm, arrive at ,in the collection "of Capt. R. F Stockton, U. S.nwvy. mouths
.., .
,refined taste, but never to ollei'd the most '
every increases their" and giadually lays or
organs appetite Newnanrville same day by 5 p in. '
(astidions: nnd it will ever feel its'duty to bo tc "torn thu foundation of a &'trong and vigorous constitution.tt 3506 From Alligator by Little River, Mineral HEDGFORD. gant :
t ihe runny side of thing. to hiinnn eye..b'" will in most esses of sea sickness, be fuuud.atIea Spring and Columbus to Madison c h, 84 miles and The property of the 'late Col. J II Townes of dery. :
'::1'i; The work will be published every Sattiriay in <>.ul l'r."entifo and remedy. : bck.or.ceaweek Lexington': ,i! Mist ; Engraved by Hinshelwood after work.

14'r numbers' of sixteen large octavo uper.royal pages, DIRECTION FOR USE. Leave Alligator every Saturday at 4 a m, arrive at I Troye's painting in the Office of the Spirit of the :
I with'doul Hj coli.inns, and enclosed in a neat orua- Foa ADULT A. take table Times." ness. ,
-MI aperient spoon Madison c h next day by 8 p in ..
I mental cover. It will form at the end of the soar,two fill three times in dunble that' arriveat BOSTON Lady. '
two or a daij, quantity Leave Madison c h every Monday at 4 a m, ;
I superb volumes, each, offtiur* hundred and .sixiteh of water :As a tonic, take/two/ tea spoonsful l in half Alligator next day by 8 p m The property of Mr. James Lana, Washington will

paces. ,filled' ,with the gems of literature and the fine a wind glitfs' of water. Iu etna of sea ,aicknen., small Proposals! to run with two horse coaches or with City ; Painted by Da Ltltre for Col. W .R Johux., a*
- Wk arts. dOtlclof thirty- to forty- drops- frequently- ;repeatea- sulkeys will be considered. v of Va. an'd ehgrayed by Dick. Alezo
: The very low price at which it will b3 Usacd, renders I I: excel ;
For Childrerl aboutten years o'd, atitbe..bon 3507. From Alligator by Upper Mineral Springs, 'I ARGYLE.The '
': it the cheapest periodical in ibis or any other quantity,-and far younger or older children in pro- White Spring, Jasper, Wood'and' Cherry Lake and property of Ilori. Pierce M Boiler & Co. of : any
; country,considering the cost and bS.iuty of its Fifty lithe doses sweetened tlieI,111 be Columbia. SiC Painted for Col. i Mr. i
portion. are Aucilla, to Monticello. 105 miles and back, once a ; by Hampton I ;
j r two Engravings. and the intrinsic,value of its literarycontents. e"r quite palatable without being impaired iu:their effica. week. .,of S C. ;1 Engraved by Hinshelwood.WAGNER. the
Those desirous of the
', 4: receiving paj> cy... Prepared and sold Leave Alligator every Wednesday at 6am, arriveat brated : !
4. from the commencement: will have it punctually sent byWILLIAM QUIRK. Monticello every Friday. by by 4 p m The property of Mr.'John Campbell of New,'Orleans :

.- to their address upou their forwarding to the under. Lieeniiate of the Apothecarie Mlallr Dublin.'; Leave: Monticello every Sunday 6 am, arrive at : Painted by'Trove for the Owner, aDd ..,n- new :
fiigned, at.No.-4, Ann-street/three dollars free of 6 Broad street Charleston. Alligator every Tuesday by 4 p m. graved by1 PriidTiPmrne. from the OriginalPictnre. in (itt* (.

expense.Letters And for sale by 3508 From Alligator Goolsby's, 25 miles and back the Office, of. ,the Spirit of the Times." I l moat }
,enclosing-the amount of subscription, may: CE TER. RODDY, & CO. once a'week. MONARCH.* ;

I and he franked newsmenwill by all post be masters. Agents the imial, carriers. St. Augustine. Jan 23,184i.JPalrnted Leave Alligator every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at The property of Col. Wade Hampton of" S C'; the : !
supplied on terms.ID"
2 Painted by Troye. expressly for Col Hampton, and
Goolsby's same day bJ p m.
:: The Cash will bc adhered
System rigidly to, by the Ueilical -
ivithout deviation whatever. Leave GooUby's every Friday at 9 a m. arrive atAIIia1ur engraved. Hiue elwo d. ,
any Faculty. 5 MONMOUTH ECLIPSE, ,)
ame day by pm' ,
-P-- Such Editors as copy the above, will oblige me by WILLIAM QUIKKf IMPROVEDCOSCENTBATED 3509 From Tallahassee by Salubrity and Quincy, The property of Bacon. Pindell, Blaine &, Co. 'of the i :
marked "
forwarding and
which a paper by resuming the 1[ to 8aiDbrid e. Ga, 50 miles and back three. times a Kentncky! } Engraved by Dunne after TroyeY paint and

.- .fcy exchange circumstances was over which tempted I bad, much no coutrol.to my regret I Compound Syrup of ganaparilla.. week iu two horse coaches. lug, in the, collection of R Pindell. Esq. fullest : .

GEORGE P. MOKKI3 FOR THE CUBE.OF1 I 'Leave Tallahassee every Monday, Wednesday and GUEY EAGLE. and : ?

;,_ $ .I Editor and Proprietor, No 4 Anu.itret, Scrofulous Affections, Friday at? am, airive at Baiabridge same days by The property of t L Shotwell & .Co. of Ky ; En- : >> ; ; :
I. I? dtieclionftof tne-Liver, 8pm graved in mezzotinto by 'Halpin & Jordan, after a part me j
near Broadway. i
Monday, Thursday and painting by Troye. :
March [May 15] Rheumatic Gout. ; Leave Bainbridge every .
.. EuipaireJ Digestion, ; : Saturday ai 4 a m, arrive at Tallahassee same days by ,RIPTON and CONFIDENCE.
PROSPECTUS:: OF THE Paiufull eulargemeut of the Knee and Elbow 5pm. (Celebrated: Trotters,) as 'm their match in bar. be :
"lI1OP1CJL[ PLJJI'L" Joints, 'f Proposals' four hone coach conveyance will ba I ness.; Engraved by-Dick.after ajtajalinir by Qwinra.i I.I second.. ;

i; S.S_,! -.....=-.4__ _---- -.. --. _: -__ ___ I now in i (Cylleciion of John, Connab, E q. or L-on .' .
4 t to science, litcratorel he arts. Agriculture, and the Nocturnal fat;, the Limbs. back three times a week in tail road cars. -- --- >>

: !,Jatest news, and the poilitica of the day. UlceraliouM and swellings, : Leave Tallauaiaee In addition variety
4 every Tuesday Friday and to the highly! finished Engravings other
i TXRMS; For one year $3, in advance, or-payable And other local nnladles, depending upon. constiutioual .- Sunday at? a mlrrlVe at Port Leon same d1}' by 10 merated above,is a superb Portrait of cnn I
within the
first '
from the of the
quarter publication indisposition.! am
sheet. ,
ApyiRTuiKoatl per square fur three inset RECOMMENDED BY'' Leave Port. Leon every Tuesday, Thursday and The celebrated' Danstuse, in Ihe character of ,* La tern in ,
'- lions yearly: a liberal aeduclJou'will be wade to cash and Sir lIr.nr1I1alfurd, Sir Astley Cooper, Doctor S.tlJrdayatJ4 p. ui, arrive at Tallahassee sime: days by Sylphida' Engraved by Hinshelwood from a sketch to tho' !
advertisers. '..Murray, Dr. Hooper, Dr. Reece. Sir William For- 4pth' aud oiiginal 'picture ;
In by Chalon. and lumao, ,in the of Uio [
offering the above prospectus to the citizens of dycb, Or Culleii, :Sir::; Mathew John Tllrney.ISir. 3511 From Tallahassee by Lake Laura Lipona.Ma collecticii of,the Editor. than .

Ooval, and the neJlllburlDlcouotJea:the und !llned. John Ab'ernethy'; John Thompson. M. D Professor Ion and,Talofa, to Madison\ c b, 63 miles and bucK. :
,k r peiitaies not to lay that he will make .his.paper all hetrofesses. of surgery in the Royal College Surgeons. once a wei-k. On commencing, (the present! volume of the "Spirit '!

S.- realize.and share frou the inducements forth he hopeso AND THE MOST EMINENT OF TilE Leave Tallahassee every Saturday at 6 a m., arrive of the Tlmeaon the 4th of March last-was issued 3' j I

I ( \ with an a public patronage commensurate MEDICAL FACULTY' ,at Madison c h next day by 5 p m. a large ,and magnificently'executed'portrait of The
-1, \ munity.() "uneertaking-. so greatly demanded by the cOin. OFTIEUNITED : Leava Madison c h every Monday at 6 a'm, arrive COL. WILLIAM R. JOHNSON, above
-:, .. .Ta laba..ee neat day by 5 p m : TA: Napoleon 1M "fir ;
He will sedulously devote hik attention and undivi STATES.Sarsaparilla ..-,.,.;lm\! of are
;, ded efforts to all thafmay interest amuse and instruct '. is the Inly medical,.agjentijnstly entitled Proposals to run wilh two horse coaches. or with dbyAL Dick, ;iu line alfer 'an originalportrait .
-' his readers and to the character of a direct iesiorativ&"-John sulkies will be considered. onli:35l2.Froin in oil by I,enry Inman, Esq. now in the a
4. '. Ctueand obligations patrons of society., having an eye to the moral i Hancock. Al. D., F, R. S., Fellow"of 1 the' M. dicoRotanical : : : Tallahassee by Baileys Mills, M, 67 Publisher's possession at his office.In '
.ceI'1 1 and Groonersville, Ga. to Sharp's Sioreles
Society, &c. : and be
\ From his neutral 4'A:
character, he will hold himself I mi'es an.d back twice a week to Monticello 30 m the course of the :
Jiloof(rom virulence This preparation is made from carefully selected I present volume-of 1843- .
party and and :
rancor, and
just week the residue. will also be .
.andjooeea giyen portrait ofFASHION
.c ". impartial detail political stetiivticswillbeidheedjn. materials,and possesses all the properties of:Swsa- a (
The proceedings of the I parilla in high degree. It is proved by the experience Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at 6 II m, ajrive. :' t .1
coming Legi.talurefill be
duly cqrbnicled : the Florida farmer will be furnished ofthe most eminent Physicians and Surgeons .at Sharp's Store next day by 6 p in The Northern Champion, and such other magnificent :
with all new and useful information of this country and Europe thatr SarskpafiUa is the Leave Sharp's Store every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive Embellishments. as will. hereafter be determined PorJ
L.r to hand andthe merchant as may come safest as well as the most efficacious remedy for the Tallahassee next day by 6 p m. upon !I'
will find the prices cur. Iowa Tallahassee every Saturday at 6 a m,. arriveat The Spirit or the Time" U :
%i rent, stocks and state oTlhe market under its cure secondary syphylis alTlS all Sjrphyloid diseases so well know '
: k : priate hesd.Army B appro and that shattered state ofthe system[which follows Monticello sane day by 4 p ru. throughout country ai the acknowledged "Chroi 2 \
t.t ofthe General Government movement thereto, and will the disposition. the imprudent use 'Mercury. It is, highly recom. tiLeave Monticello every Sunday at 7 a m arrive at icle of the Turf. Field Sports, etc. that it is not ; j

place. ccnpy a eonpicuons mended for the Tallahassee same day by 5 pm. deemed necessary to go into any detail of its peculiar ;
k r though Religion will cverfind in us humble CURE OF SCROFULOUS AFFECTIONS, Proposals for two horse coach service between Tallahassee characteristics.TermtofSttbieriptiimattdAdeeninnf., t.
? warm II
supporters-nor shall sectarianism and Monticello and ,
CUTANEOUS DISEASES separate proposals
guide the pen in that which -
so universally softens the
RHEUMATISM the horse service between Menticello and Sharpe'sStore I
heart and ,
I purifies the
; and, in truth. far
onrabililielapply} we will make theTROPICAL so as I, and that depraved condition 'of the general health to will be considered. For one years subscription, $10 in advance, For ,
V PLANT." digest or co pendiuui of all the l which it is hard to give name, but i is the result of 3513 From Tallahassee by Manmngton, Duncans' advertising<< one square of ten printed lines (')r 120
'k 1% And local news and topics of the day. foreign. ,. intemperance long residence in a., unhealthy climte ville Ga, to Thomasville, 34 miles and back, once a words,) Two, Dollars for the first insertion, and !5d

GKO": GRUUARDi I frequent bilious attacks &c.: :Tuis form is pre week. dents for erch subsequent insertion, and longer dr Just .
ferable to any other for the aduiinistrotion of Sarsaparilla Leave Tallahassee every Wednesday at Sam, arrive shorter ones in that proportion. LeN than 60 words fl : I'ublic iXotice. as thai portion of the root on which ill entire at Thomasville same day by 6 p m will be considered half square more than 6J a square., June

.- : NOTICE] 18 HEREBY GIVEN, to all person-in- I viltues depend are held in solution,which'it, not the Leave Tt-om'l'I/ille every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive No advertisement will be inserted unless' paid for in :
-' that Deputy Surveyors will be engaged case in the fluid preparations. at Tallahassee same: day by 6 p m advance. Gentlemen in the country can easily as- ; :
;,4 from the tenth day of November next until completed I DIRECTIONS 3514 Frotn.TallabassetoIofa, 50 miles and back certain the awountproper to .be remitted by simple! C
in the survey of thai' section oftbe Peninsula especially Forunng this Syrup for ihe cure of Scrnfnla, once a week. 7 counting the words of their advertisements. 0

4Q designated on a diagram deposited wuh the Keeper ulaneous Affections, Eruptions of the Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at a m arrive yt OTEztra copies of the large engravings on Steel ;,
4 arthe Public Archives, at St. Aiigdsime, Perflon. Skin, Syphylilic and ,Mercurial Dis lo'a' next day by5 p m. may be obtained at the publication office at ODe dol
having confirmed claim. and don tlOn.lo land within General! and: Leave lola every Thursday at 6 a.m, arrive at Tallahassee lar each. i They will be sent to any secti on ef the ,iU- :
p ease. Debility, all
the limits of the Diagram next day by 5 m. nion
are im'irmed that the calls p so enveloped as to secure them from injury. 1 : ,
of the original grant or donation will be the only guide Diseases arising from: From Bailey Mills. to Miccosukie, 7 miles and back ID" desirably that inch letters 'and communacalion. Now

for the suneyofall confirmed claims and the evi pure blood occeaweek. a!* relate to the editorial department and To
:: Ience confirmation' mast be the certificate of the The dose form' adult, is a la rge |able spoonful r Leave Baileys Mills,every Saturday at2 p m arrive Blooa Stock be addressed to WM. T. POaT&a June
fce"per of Public archives under hi. hand and seal! times a day, In the morning an thou belero or after at. Miccosnkie same day by 4'p m. to'J. RICHARD ..;fallothers ,

furnished by the claimants' or their: agents to the del)- i breakfast,the same time before or after dinner and Leave Miccosukee every Saturday at 11 a m, arrive The Poroige must be paid in all cases. !
my Snnrevor of tho districts in which-faid claim supper; or that quantity may be taktua in two doses, at Baileys Mills same day by 1 pm. May 8.) ;
w be,situated, to enable him to execute his duly under one in the morning and the other at qi ht. 'The syrup 3516 From Quincy by Chattahoochee, to Oche- G ;
4- ibe in'trdcbons furnished him. may be taken by itself,or mixed with water. A see, 36 miles and back once week Floor, Cracker, &c. j i'
: It is to be desired that every necessary facility will child ten years old may take h.ICtb above ,quantity. Leave Quincy every Sate;.rday taL 6 a m arrive at. Barrels Rochester Flour
1 0
V. ,. fee afforded to,the deputy 8utveyovsjoentUethen'to Children uqder or over that age-,- in proportion. This Qnincy same day,by 6 p m. 0. 100 do Baltimore do la, .1
lay down the private claim. without delay f otherwise I medicine does not'dispose those who DM it t.eold, or Lea. Och B.. .*.rjr.Ujr Sunday at 5 a m. arrive ; 3 do Rye do !\ '
.4 f they will proceed with the survey of the countryas tqlli'.DY particular mode,of 1 ving. while using it. at Quincy same-day by 6 pm. ] 3 do Indian Me{ :
,. : pnblto Lard. Prepared and sold by 3517 From Chattahopchee by Ocheaee, lola, and. 1 do Crackers 3. ,
;C It is the utmost importance that the owners agenU WILLIAM,QUIRK, Fort Gadsden.to Apalachicoa! 150 miles and back, 30 do assorted Crackers, 2 !
of private claims should 'point ont and identify the Licentiate of the Apothecaries' Hall. Dublia. twice a week eight months and once a week four Now being received per Schr. Eagle. 2 '
4 beginning corner of each claim. 6 Broad street. Chaileiton, S.'C. months in the year in steam boat.. B E CARR & CO.j i I I
E ,
:e .. Office of the Surveyor General. And for sale. by CENTER. RODDY I & CO.. eave Cattanbocbie every Wednesday and Sat- Latest,Style-Just Received. A ya ; ; l
Tallahassee,. 3d. 1842. -- ay at 1 p m,arrive at Appalachicola. next daysp : reta.I. ;
,__, h V.Y CONWAY Surveyor' Gwral.JDjRY CAVEAT. m.eave BO'JTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS.&e. i June ;!
TO TilE SURVEYORS OF CASES superior Calfskin Boots with Iron and
PUBLIC Toe.dlyand
GOODS : LAND. Appalachicola every Friday A i and Rubber Heels
at wholesale.A )
,- MTIITICE. Tbat I claim an interest in the lands included am, arrive Chattahoochie neztdaysby 12 m, j
FEW lots of DRY GOODS: the piece may 1 1 between the Carloosa batehie and the Schedule for the weekly service. 100 pair' imitation sewed Soots, I I ,.i I

'. which be:' fonnd.at. <.wi., Friedlander't' store. ; among Manatee Rivers, in the District of,Espiritn Santo Leave Chattanoochie every Wednesday at 1 p m, 2 3 do.C&lel''pen half Boots.Boots, I ..1 U i
-- ; are-Printed rds>ins, Mu.lin Hdkft. and under the grantmade by Go*. White F. M. Arre- arrive at Appalachicola every Friday by 12 m ,' i
Veronas; light Prints, dondo Jr cuel.6n'e clf Brogans. J ]
: Hosiery Russia Diaper. Spool in and I forbid the survey of said Leave Anpalachicola every Monday at 9 am, I
Cotton, &C. 100 Pair Morocco :
: Merchants of the City are invited to tract. public land,. arrive at Chattahoochie every Wednesday .by 12 Pumps I ::
:( call and examine them-and purchase. 1 cas.e Water Proof Boots all of the latest 1 I
., : 11- E. LEVY. m ..
......' St.. Augustine, June,12., ; 3518 From Bainbridge, Ga.. by Cattaboocfaie Fl., ALSO shapa. 10 '| .
1 } St. tfngusttne, Mariana, Oakey Hill, and Holmes Valley, to La Fall I Fashion- c&seiBeavAr Hats and Caps, the latest
Dried Fruits;,Preserves -dec. and now in use, at retail by i
miles back
". NOVtAlBER28,1842. Grange. and three times a week, in '
.. 1 Case Ginger Preserves. .0 M. DORM AN, E q. is authorised to act as my two hone coaches. Qct-3ii B.E. CARR, & Co. chaser "

: -. An: assortment of Syrup.., in quarts and pints. I attorney and agent and to receive all debts due Leave Bainbridge every Tuesday ThnrsdaV,and DENTI TRY. '
\ r d o Je
y. do do me and receipt for the Saturday.at5am., at Bainbridge nrxtdays
K do. ,
I3randyFrujts DOCTOR Washington 'If 1
r i boxGa MACLEAN. bellton, Geneva. Almirante, Milton, and Florida C. and i
1 5 Candy, assorted. N. B All those indebted 'to Mr. Maclean, are requested I town, to Pensacola, 183 mites and back, three time the most ,skilful DENTISTS extensively of. known as one of i. !
: Jujube Paste, Cocoa Paste, Chocolate Jri.dAp. to make immed!ate payment to the snbe.rri-. a week,in two horse (roaches. I country will be here about our. or any other tbey
the 15th
; *. pies, Piamt.. Peaches, Raspberries' at retail. ber or thai accocQtIill: be put in train for collection Leave Bainbridge every, Monday, Thursday.and he will be pleased to serve inch as need hit instant when Oonntj:

BE. CARR, & CO. O.M. ,DORMAN. Saturday, at,5 a m, arrive .Pensacola every Wed. I lon.1'1.'' [June 17 services t- next. A ::
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