Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079918/00192
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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: June 11, 1844
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057498
oclc - 08822160
notis - AKP5524
lccn - sn 82015285
System ID: UF00079918:00192
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S iir / heretofore kepi by iheHa.i; We; ohdt the attcnUonJorihc i tnule and privateTamilies to oar large and display of- 5 r

_-, *ftrttcb hat been bestowed upon them for the,past session. 'Dealer*wliolpurchase by extensive assortment... Wp hope by.1I chueatilt..business continue' the 'patronage.'ao liberally be dignity OD.the maps is; ,about .as realaa.ai: polUJ.c&ans .. S I'. -
cIb.pp1datCbuieiton.pricq, all orders from the CoUntry shnl'.have'! irotnedUle attention | 'stnwednpou' this establishment for the last six"years All orders shall have prompt attention.. To the trad truth This rifer ia however, becauseof S .,..

.!MtU!:!-ih'e--* leading,articles-Jrtmrner -which are constantly' kepi_ on hand., ,*vix.* the.usual facilities and discount,.aod at (Charleston prices.by the original package. The following art bat its insignificance. a most imporlant'boundar7 S

.8w '.,.D .,.goods ,cottslitmg cauteip.peciejar,, t tincture bo lies, candle..shades, few of th 'man articles wo bav received.: 5 .. between lie United Sa! teal and Mexico. la

r- jtt ; *.1WtiBj.rftida and d UiIMl American..,ol'e1otl1.-broad cloths.'mprlL- I in preserve the line.add'b utter'dishei, with5many other' *articjei< kTE\S-Young Hjson old do., Ttvankay, Gunpow MISCELLANEOUS. .. RiCe Pot, Barley: 1 Oat Meal navigation will not soon be.worthquarrelling I

\ > eolourTorGentlamen'sca der, Imperial, Bobea Pouchong Soocbonr.. Alum. Copperas. Pipe Clay, Bath Bricks, Spanish about ; it bordered by mountains iliad deserts '
_ .. ry.variety.of
-_toPW : al of TIN, BRITTANIA AND* WOODEN,WARE. SUGARS &c.-Refined"Loaf, crushed do4 ftlnacorado float indigo Fig Blue London Starch Candle and'tbough cuts through\ a rich mining,coun* I _
coats 'o splendid ssortme nt
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.'DJi1u&tntic&TI, Bine,:Black' .striped Tea,Keltlei-. tin i pans, basins pails, buckets, foot, > (bright.;) Liquorice Paste; Rock Gaudy; Wick)liquid Blacking pints and qnartt.Paste in tin try, it will never be the highway and outlet of a -

; _!>bd plht.ntcrabd: double!'mi lied tub*, sauce pins, dusting panr measures' wash i YYe-tludiaMolaMeBrHavanah'.Iloney. cases shoe and scrubbing bufbes, corn brojnn. da numerous and active population, .1 believe,,aad _
:S .**.toe.ki; striped aid pis in Gam- kettles, cups, funnels, spice boxs. spittoons,,ai1gar'borfrI COFFEE,&' .-Java Green ; do. ground ;' Mocha' ; Wbi.ka,'pjl'ei, German ,do, Night lights, Door mats wish' to record the belief, that the.late discoveries t -
lamps, erater lant".ern>; tumbler' drainers you
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111t"t Chocolate and Cocoa.
Peicnssion do
IW prepared ;
_ caps
; powder GunpoeCampho
_, tet.aBd.brown Jinnen drillings.; superb or- muffin feeders ; .iu science,.and the use electricity,
kirigR, 'dippers, lamp &c. britiania
? of ,CANDLES-Common Sperm and Tallow; and Castile 'Soap: Epsom unhs, Gum'ar. bic. Oil Peppermint '
|f..pi1ht.il... beautiful Variety vrstings.viimftf ': tea pots coffee do. spltloons, lanrp mugsehnving S # magnetism, or whatever savana choose to defineit
L Wick. roll, and.flour sulphur Alcohol Borax refined
:' fUKpuwCand figured saiin Mar- boxes. &c. large; and small wooden tubs buckets, scented do -as a motive power will yet make its mineral
SOAP. Shniag; .white ; variegated ; and crude; Windsor Glass of all sizes and .qualities,
: ';*D4 i Valencia* pf the, latest stvle and of the painted pails brass and iron bound do. and treasures available beyond the .wildest of ouft
and Drown.
liwr trjyti White lead dry and in oil; Chrome Green and Yellow "
_ t qaalitjji, !costing; al ls o:a 6i.of rite" **assortment ck; and French of ready made coatsI I>( WH.waggons: kcelera, wash bacous, camp stools TOBACCO 'Plug. 165 aDd 18.; Cavandinb Ladies Yellow Ochre Rosa Water, Puiiit, Brushes size, present imagining!,'.but,with 'h is;great chango _
wf rocking and common elixirs, rolling and clothe. pins, Twist. per Tobacco Macaboy Snuff; Scotch I Lamp Black Nutmegs. Mace Cloves, Pimento, Isinglass will come corresponding political 1 adoptions S
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.and sis linen ,
wid S 4 tit it" pine, .ff ; scarfs neck cotton; hand-, mats.white wash and floor brushes, common aid do; Regalia Principe: Moya La Norma, :and other Essences of Roses, Peppermint, Wioier re.n. and meanwhile the Rio, Grande ia .the best ..
[* / tier!,
liBSs extra brooms, plain and )handle in
great brands and
- *ind' Cravat common Segara. lemon orange and Bergamot ; Cinnamon ; friction rxmib.lo geographical boundary for the Anglo
; '. PmMLEANDPANCY GOODS.. brusl variety1 &c.brass and iron wire seives" whisps, coat FI3II., Herring, Sardines, Salmon, 'Mackerel and Mttch, Carbonate Ammonia Lustre, Soda, for, :American race. All Enst ,and North of it they
: l rtJbe.. I of latest style French Ena.n : HATS AND CAPS \ Cod Otard washing ; Mustard ndoo ; Cayenne Pepper, pow-, hold by the only title, let moralities say what :
WINES LIQUORS &c. Drandy Dnpay dAred Cinnamon *
Nutmeg powdered Liquorice '
t'A.. prints. colored cambroons andlaiiet ; .ill which .the face .
A first rate 'assortment of fnehionaMe? hats andcaps old 'ration they any government on
& Co.; da Bordeaux* Jamaica Spirits; Gluc, Corks of all kinds, Sarapnrilla ; Sponges.! .
-. 1 dressef ,silk and plush hats a beautiful article also palm Rum; do 1 to 4 Proof; Holland and Skiedan Gin; course and fine ; Chalk, White and Red: Paris White of the earth ever has, can or \will-abide by :
tme. \ ....,...4 aaaortma'nt of. rich drws*ilk of everyiiftytf leaf wool, and glazed bats in great variety. Glazed Whiskey: Scotch do. (a fine article;) Madena wine Spannisb Brown, Venetian Red, Bind Patter Pumice actual possession aDd thepewer.to.holdit ood.

iSlijr S eulaac aad pattern. and stripec figured, ; Cor. cloth and woosted' caps: also a few very nice military -' Howard, Marsh & Co.; do Marseilles and.Malaga: stone Tar and Rosin ; Japan. Copal Varnish, In politics that sentence, contains the laV.nnd _

ct;' ;, ,.!.Meraebaugosbl.k pl.id'a'4 errllow'pri.] -' cap. of the finest style.FLORENCeTU3CANV. pale and brown Duff. Gordon& Co..Sherry; Port; I Vermillion,'Rottoo atone. Ivory Black, Gum Shel.ic: the prophets with reference to all external pow.

kualiMM Straw Silk and Palm Champagne, Hock Sparkling vintage 1832 J ; Bordeaux -' Bright Varnish; Sash Tools., all iz-s ; Black Lead, era ; ot internal government it may: .be said,
: 'aaa WMLlack eiks! agle widths, beautiful Leaf Bonnet. of London Porter in and ; SaJ S _
the latest stjrle, just received. Vinegar qavts pints Jujube Paste Pearlash. ratn. super carbonate of with equal brevity: that every people capable,
S ,.. OTwti upiib GaHt7.! BOOKS AND STATIONERY PICKLES. SAUCE,.&c. Acsortml in half gal- Soda, Tartaric Acid, Ginger- Pepper sauce; Maca of self government, will be free.: Oppressive'
z $ {ped aid pWo while'and;. rich'light} silks, alsontwbIWTarlton ANNUALS for 1844 Poetry of Flowers, School Jon gtan jars; do. in bottles : Capers, Olives, Mush boy Snuff Scotch do; Alcohol, Starch.' Liquorice distinctions, privileged :orders, ;and exclDliY8priesthoOds.
muslin for and
party S Bonks, Prunnjers. Almanacs J.edens. Blank and room Catsups, Tomato, do Fish Saute, assortedkinds Ball.lBatb Brick. Powdered Ginger Root Alum, 01. only exist when the.servility, igno'
': *. ;: i Cooks, loin and Note ; Pepper do. Stooghton's Bitter; Lemon Syrup live Oil in Bottle* and baskets, Nutmcgi, Saltpetre.TOOETUER .- i
Copy Alphabets -
taacy ,
.$ofl* Lalne',..MeriBoes; Lustre*. Bombazines f' paper Sugar of Lemons Lime juice, West India preserve WITH A GREAT VAIUKTTOr ranee and brutality of the mass unfits, them for _
PoylsCap do Letter do Printing do dut
; ; Kuvelop
S ,ins sad rabnrninr builins in- ; better Those at a distance:
uriety.HU3Zs'Mufl things.
great salad oil Ancho io. Shelf and ( may arrange
Music do. Tissue and do also *, F.neYlood. Stationiry, CutleryAVood
','.. ) blotting ; large ap'sniall 5 .
I. "and desirable ',assortment Indies' Wrapping do. Mack and; white Scaling Wax OILS' Fall and Winter Strained S'J1' *rm. refined Warp. Hard Ware. Hats. Caps, Boots.. Shoe,. Nails.Hinges. ,. their fair seeming data, and inferences,and deductions '
__rJtmrovia.v, Merino.- silk HOle,' black nud that Mexico.should .
Steel Slates Lead Tanners Tram UuUeod.Neaufoot Ac. Also-a run assortment of Crockery, to show t govern IS5
aud Wafers Quill. Pens, and and unrefined Whale.; : ;
k_!ce.Itr.W9.1 L1al eAftRsoUandilata! coloured, chilI l. of Granite China and Texas but those here see the thing is
: Slate Pencil '( yin: Cards, embroidered plAin and Olive, :complete sets common ware. impossible,
tH&while lloe Silk
Cttiion ; halfbbve. ;cot.t.amb"j S _
t*. tsMaii W l'a steat't"iuI1' f..tylo.and .Visiting do. Paper.cutters Inkstands fur pocket and St. Augustine March 25tb.!84.f. I oil and water will sooner .mingle in' 'sympathy
:. Mor. desk, Uwck and blue ink with oihar.articles coutilu- ." then these uncongenial l nations, and.asthe Ane16 ,'-
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"" CLOVES A complete assortment\ ofla I ie's Gentian tirig a complete asaortmeut.S l Americans.at,their own peril have made jib ;

t'S "g,IBH!,ehildrt' n'., .Glu,,, averted Moored, JEWELRY. '.,A quick Penny''elter than a I TUB C9untry,.,they leap- .over absoractionj(which" S

( kwiB) ..p;,,-.orked$ aod emboidcf'f'd.Silk.. Liilemt A splendid es.ortnipn| of Jewelry warranled'of Blow Shilling." I ms .. S however they might easily.meeO,and .entrench .
- 1z. I *. *.*..t-kim : avM;bl.ck..an4. white Silk he.bus. quality., con.iiiinflf: ofdiainonu.$ chassed andplain SUBSCRIBER having jost returned with themselves in the political 1 morality ,opr.etIou: ,.
:..... S lS f 'q, ', j ,fing -Ibnu.. goM cKams, brnceUts,,ladie aaJ THE assortment ( AND 5' .-: '
._ ..f : I and beautiful of rpring : posse>sront abd tne I'righfof! :I lf,goverOmenUTheories S ;
,,1Idmeitut! .$o1neThn4CaTThOM; $ Jt ri\- < r tr.nLt tJ' o16t. ..i.J'.t iJ.1u. .u Iairitu b'U'1Iltt'i.; DOW 0000Inf the tl2t wiuLBitflnien '-.. ,t7ltJ" vn f : : \ : ."lt.beII'1'e J. ', .. ,
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.,r merino.' Eilnbom, muslin .deRt ? 'C NFE TIONEtt-r. and faabionbe muslin a r.Chunn .--' 5SL
striped AT FOUR DOLLARS 'rE. .*Nt*. II, , the Anglo country Q the ... : _
*. "%*4 PUidahtwU, .. ,a goodHssortiJient. A fall assortment of tewarl" refined Candies ; calico': fancy prinL"Anil chintz ; FIVE DOLLABS-AT- THEMD* UFIHETXAB.Advertiseauntt ; Rio Grande and that the' Rio Grande is.uot' :
-. inir 'Udiei.Uavetling bngs, Fillet do :oil. silk Dimity also tho celebrated article of Pease's lioarhonnl' \VeLih and) L'aria at tificial flowers entire;, new style 5-5 inserted 'at One Dollar per square'I '" af _
<....mulia! bunds and collari,liol'1I cambric hdkfa.apisszcrtmeat candy; a sovereign remedy for.coug and colds. Gpuze.1'.Oelea. Satin, and crape ribbons ; of FIFTEEN tisKs,fort e first iq-jertioh, and 75: Cts. ter'.all verymaniflcent;' river; What! then fa 5
the best river ur Texas has
( Indies 1.1/.8. Filiate kid and silk gloves and mitts ; : many beau.
krHflS : t" S FANCY ARTICLES AND PERFUMERY. or each vnbfwquentuhe. Loner aJvcrtistnnent'in
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LACF.S. Toi'et' Glasses! f ucy boxes needle, card and Swis.Juconet! Cambric and |plaid muslin; proportion, laud n;) onb will.be considered less than a tifiil rivers, but the Trinity navigable the farthest
II Rrett variety of linen cotton and thread citing ffgnt raxes, ladies and ,centlemen's dieting cases ; 64 Organdi Muslins: boLbinet and llante]lace ; A discount made to those who'advertiseby and waters the most: .varied. country. his.1 rS
tHettiof aad laces of tfm most recent style. Black a beactiful, article of hair brushes,. obaving do. Black fll/ete net for veils; Toilet powder j square.the Year. navigable for small'steajiiierf nine hundred mile*= S

aa iiaiu. Il*.b. Use, BUhop UMII. swi-d muslin, backamtnon: chessboards. chess men, travelling : {-{ Irfch linens ; Bird eye linen and-cotton diapers; -has been navigated 'P! *hund -'and! S
Stud nail Ho.,jaconei. finecambric. plain striped and J I and fancy baskets, silk purses/ cornucopias, motto Damark table cloth. Napkins and Doylee has in Galveston a .fine.,commercial harbor S _
BIT'a; full assortment of black, white and col'd buttles sad cups, tin trumpets' silk lii.od bags, gilt Grass tkirts; plain and hem stich: linen camb. Hdkfs ; [From the, Baltimore Clipper.'] Gulve ton,is reputed the'best harbor-ift i ,Texas

ttfilaasertrd. col'd Sarsnetts green baize, artificial watches, glass. stands with flowers china vases, a Fancy feather nod paper tans t silk parasols ; S I but it has no decided advantage over St Joseph'sIsland I
"$"f aWeri hi great variety.nfifsteo beautiful article, smelling bottles. dog collars, Son shades ;pocket bdkfs ; lo.penden\| SPRING., I Matagoida Bay. That I
iha capat ...."febo'oel.' jet biit'ohs for ladies"' marbles, dominoes; snuff boxes nail and toothbrushes Fancy silk shawls,hdkff, cravats. ; Spl ing' sunny days have come again., .ea-: on for the Colorado, La.Vaca, point and Western wiU be 'I
- ru S ttpen$4IaWic.cenuinn lo. a complete' assortmentrftoruu !!, german paper otto of rose, kophatia bear a 4 4 Eril ton Dlt. a od Cord. Ginghams ; The. blightsome and the free ; port '
$14,' aid fine) linenslinsey negro cloth silecia, oil,' military and'nllvnlaha\'ing soap pot and toilet Blk and Cold, gimp; Marseilles, ard silk veilings, And ev'ry hill-side, tree and plum, Texas ; as Galveston, or San Louis at the other 5
o. ..Ginchtma canvas nod padding .ilk and tab- eoap Collgn'elloney. Flo, ida and lavender water Brown holland long cloths, homespuns ; Is vocal with its glee. end ot the Island will befor:: the Trinity, l 8.D -
M It nfMrmss. Hoedblack and blur bever i"nd pi- dantrifice, hair powder. curling fluid, handkerchief Blk, while-date and null Hosiery, Dgli.h'and Jacmto.o.Dd eventually-the Brazos.Rixer..,Just. ', .
-bha .*'''bwwn and black HolUnds.'worsted andoUeloth.earp perl.'lme..perfume de :Tare, oliopban oxiuusk'. aromatic American. S at present, Galveston, and the Trinity 'are the. t
Pu,. .-,..., .iiogG-4 nnd .4 4. matting.DRDG3 s% tt, extract ariiiqueoilChinese rouge, with Georgia Nankeens ; brown domask for table cloths; The birds have spread their azure wings, best points (tor'emigrants.5Several settlements'
-i are Js.y.d, o-'aL, :' S many other articles iu the liue.HARDWARK 4-45-4 and 6-4 Colrd. and.white India mailing; Beneath the gorgeous skies' ; are now in j progress on the I head waters. of the
itb- 4 :: AND 'MEDICINES.A I AND CORDAGE. Cotton and silk umbieUas ; aU kinds pacts slutTs: ; And flowers'lrom lawn and meadow springWith Trinity, which, besides the'liberal. gift of from S .t

- ., S pi assortment put up in the best' wanner. and i Tiible and Pocket Knives in great variety and su- Linen Drills; Gambroons; Drap D'aagaj'c' ; rich and brilliant.dyes.: one hundred totwo, .hundred acres. of fine land, ,
Bek Camblet and Bombazine
lasting ;-
,.-.."'Dl1h| *best quality.4WaS Shears Scissors Butchers, .
perioi quality. Razors Pavilion lace and ( &c.. in a healthy country surpassing, beauty is .
: TR1M1NGS AND, MILITARY S and Shoe knives,steels oyster knives, .teat and table gauzes; fancy ladies"and soaps tailors trim 'fhe'streamlet. winding through the dale, accessible. Persons landing Galvetfloa S
An extensive assortment very
\' ARTICLES. npn m", brass and iron. fire dog, shovel and tongs mingf: and little notions too tedious to mention, aU Drcithes'forth its melody ; S with their effects'can taku steam directly to the _
S .ia of all colors twist cotton, bsnaMMg assortment of hone cloths and shoe brushes. The of galeIs
j.Hk. < spool general of which will be sold at lowest Charleston prices by sighing ibeperlum'd settlements.. Many facilities in the'wal :'of
tlel! ., .*to4 tottua 4hred. silk worsted, and cotton Butts aDd Screws, Cut Tacks, Brads Brass. II. L. P. WpOLF. wafted o'er the lea. .' shelter and employment; will be.given.and the
- _g ; ..'..l1th cotton, cotton and, silk cord, colored NaiKtFilex and Rasps of all} kinds, Edged Tools. Corner and Public SOn : ? : :
,.... C01d and silver'army lace, iilver -mbroider.ti Boor Triminc! Door and Cupboard Locks. Pad. side flowers !bounty.:: of nature m in bersupply.oI f wood* ','water.* .
.r. ,N'W **.- ord knots, sl'k sashes patent leather I'iz'riII Locks, a full assortment, tiles. slioveli ev'ry are seen the building stone, &c., ,I leaves less lur the new.coin, -

).. '.......-.jwitb. plates embroidered stars, gold and spades hooks and ,hinges, ,Cbnpmau's Razor To all horn it may Concern. Each bright and happy thing ; er to desire than will readilyt.be bljevcd.Were .-
3 isfbo&ton.boulder! straps, composing; a full Straps.. ChnIDM'S:1d: Irons, Coffee Mills, large and 'TBJOTICE1S IIEItEDY'GIVtN.? that I. Phillip The offering the sunny hours, I to say what: 1 think of the advantage a .
o'e. Dt of triminsf for military and cilizenn'tim mall sizes. Iron and Steel Sqnd/es, Iron conippai- J/9 R. Yonge Surviving Executor of the (last will That usher in the spring- farmer:or mechanic would derive by removing

aH pa U. ion) and brass randleatirks.. powder flasks, bridle and les.iaafntof John Frasor. deceased'!! ',' have appointed to'Texas next.ioU 1 and settling*.at.the forks pf

');iWTTONS.. Giltcut.velvet and common cover. bitts and slumps jack smoothing floor plane, William A Forward Eva., of tbel,city of 8u The murmur of the cascade's fall, the Trinity I would be suspected of exaggera-" .
. S 'mttt.t5.in;: great variety (or cvatsi yesfs end and ,groove irons, rercustion'caps.: made in Paris, Au urine n the county of Si. Johns aDd Territory That comes upon'the breeze lion possiblyof bring interested fa state ,
; *ls. liiwn and cotton tape trades, t-yelcts a firs tate article ,.of sporting powder, try squares or Florida myagent. Attorney and substitute fur The music of the mnck.blrd'I call ments. I have interest the
i=: and rules hand saws, brass buttons.and ;'and in name to transact all business relating 1f.1 any .In- country
.batkv, shell and born side ivory and horn me my From out the lofty trees. .
is in
it is slight and the Western _
'Cbmbs; in great v.rie'y : hair pins; vest nubs bellows Pincer, drawing knives rope, bed to.said estate, in said Territory of Florida, to receive very .! ,
wi. .utalooii strops plated cord cod line*, seine, twine, turtle net twine, fish service of process, to appear and answer to the same Texas: yet I feel l constrained to say thaj for the
,cnael: e, p emery The from moun&in and from hill
l 4;_hi,.hooks and eyes. suspender end., boot liue iu great variety, snit! twine, &c. and in all things to act, as amply and fully'as I could song next two years at l least the Eastern country offer
lts ktinjpnaand needles, bodkins, glaw' beads,. S SADDLERY AND. HARNESS.1 \ and would or aught to do, were I personally pre.seutin That sti ike upon the ear, the greatest inducements to emigrants. It ,

i; S'tafJ'r". 4 A complete' J *
-CROCKERY GLASS AND CHINA, WAKE.KfUftdid tn $ wagon harness, 'ual tUlg I"II, saddle bags col.. I All persons indebted to the 'said: estate, are hereby Tell spring sweet spring is here. rapidly setttio 'country (and to a mechanic an .
r I 4" a,"rtment'W avery variety of pat. lars &c. forbid and forwarded against making anji payment additional lot in the new town of Trinilyith
.ftslita and china tea and coffee eel, soup and S BOOTS AND SIIOE.A or eliterwife transacting the business of, said estatewith TO ELIZABETH. RED ROVEB.) the convenience of school, church and market

kb ire Bs,,.'china granite and djed ..PUtBsIt .. first rate assortment of fashjonable ladies, cen- any persons other than ml'selftor my said What\ halll I compare tbee to, bright, beautifuland -has ever been given away. This .is the effect .

- "ak Oi.hea.,ptttoon,,cbame.rq1bakers,, tl mellll and children's! hoots and hoer,ladies buskins, agent, t ( good, of the competition of contractors and* large 41

__ ...., Jtite'and' common Bowls, in great variety;, dippers,' .gaiters of the latest style and snperiot All persons having demand.from are this requited dale 1 lor to ptesent will ,Foe fragrant lily pale, or the roses blushing land holders and will not continue more, han v
-T;. a Urge' ;' sortniet t i or pitchers, quality, gentlemen's Napoleon! Boots superior article the same within two years they land V S JtrI
::: ( lispets. forever barred. PII. R. YONGE.Surviving bud year: or: twpvfor; that will':produce cotton _
'and covured Jars al 1 common boots.tr0ga s,< shoes and slip I. be t.'fl
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platters, !
mags and miues boots 'shoes and S S Executor. &c. :Shall I say the graceful curve of that sweet and all the.; grains 'Ydl soon command good S
d boys slippers in
____ fsjgjbatter- BowlsTumMersCUtt: prused ai pen Darien Ga. No 1843.IHsoIntion form of thine, price. The Brizos is bordered t By> the richest -
55' "T..LIen aod wine glasses, side lamps,, great variety; aVto, a full assortment of negro shoes (
h$ I irfo.vaahs, ktaonade'and egg glaases do. and brogau at reduced, prices Outvies the purple tendrils of the close and sugar and cotton lands in Texasand ranks with
:' of Copartners p. clinging vine? the Hudson as a navigable river, but it has no

-t,* ,:. ve axteeslve stock (goods will l be replen shed from time to tune, direct(ron New, York with the THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing Or vow thy hazel eyes, in their deep and lust- bay for a harbor. It cuts into the gulf like an tS
: E S !'s1abI.go.diazsIofthebeitqUaUhieI, and will be oil at whole S sale and retail at the lowest uriG. the firm CENTER. RODDY Co rous light, 1 oversized ditch. This deftct: will be remedied \ ,

," :; .tS .BURT&CoV is this day dissolved by mutual CEO.consent CENTER;i. Could charm the lonely hermit and put his ...'very' shortly by connecting it with, Galveston,

.rt. "1't' S JOHN A. RODDY. prayers to flight .. Bay.. The Colorado resembles* in capability
S S A. MAGEE. Or sweur those beauteous lips! and the witching and some other natural- features the Connecti.

...i). :Court .At. Johns I Notice.: St. Augustine January 13.. I 44..Notice. smile that plays s cut. Its banks are' certainly ,no. way,inferiur.to _

:- uJ-= .GRHy.S THE Commission of them rt persona who were S Around thy lovely mouth, dear, might win a i its Yankee sister in beauty; and fertility, and

I -; ElS BEERBY GIVEN, that *H Execu. { Auctioneers *l the late session of seraph gaze .' I then it, is cbjaked. at its; mouth by,a raft. When

"''.A4auDktratoll. Guardians and Trustee I the Legislative Council have been transmitter! tome j Or-no morr, I'll say but this enough for me .this'is cleared a"a1.or.bcilcr still a more, eligiI ii i- _
; ."1!*?!ta xhit.it their accounts',and Touchers L ; and they are notified to come forward and qaalih S A LL Persons having any demands:! against Henry to tell.Vha"er'thou,' i I ble channel opened'to the'.bay, it will be.the.
and talie them in ten days from this date All e Jones late ol Columbia County Deceased, are
',J.H'rrmbr this Court. All defaahen'will licltcordhtgtoIaw. I \ art I love thee ah mitt to exceedingly .
within the time orescriLed my Lizzy, an interesting country
commissions for auctioneers well as other offif en, requested to present them I
.' .. remaining in Ply hand at that time will be returned by Law or they will be foiever barred. And] ill those too well.CALCINED ,[ The Colorado empties into. Matagorda Bay, .'
,( :444 S S >i. E. B. GOULD, I" the Executive ofllc '. indebted to .dd estate will please make! immediate I which is just as important,and at the,same time, -

I 54' :'P.-"i'.f'.l". Judge S SLlc&hDaCouote.County ,Court S AUCTIONEERS. ; payment. WAle TOWN SEND. Exr. FLINT m PorrEBr.The discovery !rjust.us dull as Galveston .Bay. Both, evident

\*'.:'HmL15tb 10..&.. R. D. FOtlfTAIIE, CHiRLEa RoBlOO, .JxKK A. MARY ANNA JONES.' Exrx ot the use to which calcined flint might be applied -| rich.and beautiful? countries when the traveller: ,

I"" accouati Bau .,JoJll! J. lUuaicK! GJCOROB CooLLy, FRAKCIS i. LancasterColumbia County E F. by a man named Astbury, in 1720, was com s to explore them but Obtbe.COftI. the eye,
notice reqnUite before any I t'&RREla4.1Dw4RD. : MEDICI! ARTBER MAOEE. August lib 1843Rocking S an' important improvement in pottery. Astbu- LI wearied by the name sandy treeless prairie.
before, I
VI'" pawed? Six' months notice 'oecessary S E.B.GOIJLD. I ry appears to have been led to its employment tit is level and green; if that is,, a 'beauty; and

'!'-J ..-. 4S S S : .S Judge Con my Court. Chairs.; partly by accident. It is related of him that eJged at the water by a_firm unyielding pare -
s ; m'oa.J' Lkve funned 5 i St. Johns Couut. CANE SEAT and Cane Back and Common journeying to London on horseback, hw horse I mem of wet sand. Along this you hay ridor !
JltijQNED. a copart
: April 15th 1841. : Chiiras also common chairs, just received walk in S
j 7fi-rihiP under the firm of ELY & .ItOBEK1'lsotDRY :;; and for GEO.,BURT. & Co. tell blind, and to cure the beast, an attendant thedelighttul summer breeze, and with'the
St'*, GOODS, and will open Tau March 18th Ir44.uleby \ at an hostelry calcined a flint, powdered and roll ot the incoming waves for the whole S S r
II: .,.erbf Charlotte and Treasury Street:I' NoticeIS blew it into, its eyes. Struck with the beautiful day without weariness The'sea-prospects; the

tG ''4egM ,. STAPLE and PAIVCYi HEREBY GIVEN that I shall apply to the: Soda and ScidlilzPowders. whiteness of the substance, he immediately t invigoiatIng ,breezeand' the sea bathing, are
GOODS Honorable County Court of Columbia County perceived the use to which it might bl) applied 1 thought by many compensate 'for the sameness ,
: its next session iu for the slaves SNUFF. LiqUId Opodeldoc. '
.i at April leave.to.lUh I IS of the sea' ist. So
y ''a i the inhabitants of 'SL Au'iislineL'II. and all\ other property Mont'ing to the estate of r CEPHALIC. Hair Oil. Macrsur Oil. a* an ingredient in porter : it soon also went :co think not I-give me S _

... Tc1Pds1amiae.. ELY Wells, so as to effect division among the several I Iheir. Tooth Powder, Steel Pens, Indelible lok into the composition of glnzrs. as well as the I rather the flowing streams, the smiling valley

:. :S. D. ROBERTS.. .. S JOHN C. PELOT Admr.Jau. For sale at the Drns: and Medicine Store, by substance of warcs.-Natural History of Staff I'and hill-side groves, if that render' the interior V
Fe.. It. : '. 30ti! 1644- Dll F. S. WELLER, & CO. urdshire. S I of Texas a paradise of beauty..

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i .. HQM QUA-THE- HONe- "MERCHANT.--. :<--;-To Ihc reople; of FfGHa. was S in force;ort, l\\ has application to the u existence ; when they attempt c a. '1erangm4 ;) ST 4w

Howqua, tbe great Hung merchant, who oaly .5 The mail bax just brpogbt me the,Tallahassee case. It was intended for re\\'uueofficcrs, who 1 S the whole machinery of' Government, ,by uj : S
.. were *!"With collecting and over .s rping a ,that the organic l laws: have assigned _ :
died a few months since has had hu biography papers, CO Iaininr; the proceedings of the Governor j charged paying power 4
: already published in England, 1tt'tbejwiih an and i Legislative Council respecting my money to the Treasury ; and wa* not, intended.to to another branch tf the governments" Tuesday 4} JUHC !!
i engraving from a portrait in a Chinese j collec. agency inffiaying into'the Terriiorialj/Treasu- to a case of escheat, which is of so ,,,hen they, with a reckless hand, invade tlC M BMMMMMMMMM B 1._ _
lion. America has also a portrait of fjim. I! rr 81035 escheated from the estate of 11Ii8c 'rare an occurrence, and which was' probablynever Sanctuary of Justice and strike at the Judicial 1 Princlpfcs mfd t' 'p ,

I ;c' belongs t> a. Boston merchant, who resided Ff iib! who died at Key West a few years sine. ; thought of by the Council at the time it I t tribunals of the country. by usurping their (, ,
:. long in Canton and shows' as intimate au ac- Am<*ng these proceedings, I find a/esolution. of:' was passnd. Tub is probably the first escheat 1 powers ; my reuse of duty< my interest in thepreservation I !:lA, PftorsACTED II5.k
I quainlaqce with the effects to be produced by the House of Ucpresentativcs,requesting i meVto! accounted for to, ihe Government since i its orgahization -'[' of the just authority of the different thE Presbyterian Church, _
oil colors, a- our own artists possess. His dis- make such communication to the next L and will most likely be the last: for departments of Government, my lovejof Thursday'2Q\h\ iustJll carolding
; IiketbeEDglishandbve Americans was tive Council upon the subject'as I may"; many years., ,But whether this.law,was .reallyin 1 Otder.andJaw, my regard for the regular and Elder of the JMi 1Wsr
D 'well known. Tho fir-l cause of this is'said to proper-to the end that tbe next Council glSla.1 force and whether it applies to' the case, are wholesome' administration justice! and for District. During the meeting
I have been the information concerning foreign have such i information as may questions that can only" decided in the Courts'I the reputation and honor of the Territory my made to the citizens of SL,

I .1 ports, which the Americans' .ceb always wil.I, to act without judging me unheard." Having, of law and therefore respectfully decline discussing oirn honor and self-respect,all forbid my sane building a chunk., '
due consideration them before the people. As 'long as Honing by any 'net of mine, their aggression
ling to give bini but tbe English, never. on determined :not to com,
In China His cfistomar to..rite an elegy on ply with this request of the House, although I there was: a reasonable doubt of the existence or andusurpation. All this the, Governor and a Democratic;
the,good qualities the deceased, with an out. CuIlYlltpR.'Cilite the motives which suggestedii application of the law, it would hive been my majority of the Senate at their last session did IT A meeting of the .
feel 1 bound ,duiy: lllbe of Mr. Ziriax, to insist :J in iheir'proceeding: against me. Without authority '
: ; line ottheprlnclpteevents that have ,occurred to submit to1 my fellow.citizens agent upon John's, coanty! war be held I
to him in his life.* Such one has been written at large the frets of tbe case-the reasons why bill rights, and not to yield them until that doubt or right, :Senate insulted the laws by '/bogt, this evening at 8 '
,i by the Houg" rherchanl.f ibqua, 'on bia friend I,have determined not to respocd to' the resolu- wns removed by the judgment of a Court of, assuming the powers of the Judiciary, and did of appointing. Delegates to &

1 Howqua, Some ot the,,verses,_ are very amusJng.Forinstanc lions of the House, and a few,remarks upon the law. :Should ibo :matter ever come before a I injustice by p sing judgment in advance of DA t !/.,;w,**-*-'- isJo L l!f.I
: j / late action of Governor and Council on'the Court, will shew clearly that no law was violated i trial or proof. The Senate bad no more' rightor next,'to nominate (oar Ci. d
I d v in the transaction. I authority over the subject l, than the Court of
>** AtfeoHowqua"' gave 800JXX dollars to assist subject I ate Florid t
I too Vaosom::of ba beloved Canton from the fangs 'S It is to the People themselves and not to their Before 1 proceed to notice Ihe proceedings of,i appeaIswould: have f>.assume legislative ,pow.: JuneIjJ844.. ,, '" ;
1 I,. .tUeIiP'aC.:'" !'! U..Y Ih.tJaddre.lIriel 'the 5Codncil.in connection with this affair::it cii; oDdjo pals laws.,incorporating banksjor_ S :: ":$
"'' ; .. ,, .... The fact : rcba"PlIe Jan of real state, Tnewfio1o, mat: WrnIione45iiiou last
f' )f"' r" ." 1 i >#' : ::$ arc these: In December; 1842T muit idvVrtfolhe'singular course pursued by t <
J i "Ab' ho" bd lands;for rice,'and'pasture, when ,1 was about,starting fur Tallahassee to His Excellency and theTiea>urer in regard to 1 tee was ,within the constitutional authority of ,Brig Virgjnk( 'byJfcm'BLfi:;;
1F1 and to play' at'ball,"andvillas'\ '0nd 'ponds' attend t the Court of Appeals, 41 r. Ziriax, the tu Tbe Scrip in question wa paid into the \ the Courts, placed there by -o-panic' laws, and it gives us pleasure to state ;
fish,'4tnd,fifteen Odd ,bridfef of-carved wood admin fc4rator,> ,, giltt'ftnd 'seven Tdrttncstic bridges inlaid with gold and silver, being the proceeds of Frith's es.- the Treasurer wrote to the District Attorney ,The Executive, if he really thought that the 'law ing her bet ween liseit1 and

i ivory-'birds1 a d''drlgoft'; late,which had 'escheated to the Territory in of this'District, requesting him to make I had been broken, might, with propriety, have
,But ydu most hot imagine the Elegy to be en default of known heirs to inherit it ; and he requested -' strict enquiry into the manner in which the Estate !I I submitted themallertua.Gm.nd -Jury, or to a :The Superior Court met :

7 firety in this:sryle! ,'some verses are' beautiful me, to \uw so much of'it as might be ol Isaac Frith was settled" and M that the i I District Attorney, ndthusbat'c-brougbt: it regularly city and nas been i i '

; aDd lOachin,. ,I will give auiotber specimen: necessary ip purchase Auditor's,Checks or Tcrritoral I motiie be kept as'quiet as possible." This letter i I before" a Court and Jury for examinationand trial of several cases of ___

I i t ,'_.:At, :,that' .time. ; I_ smiled, ___; ''on,\,Howqua., We_ Scrip: i if fuund ata discount, and pay : was not received, and a duplicate containing trial. But by his submission of it to the. i I the Revenue laws ; all that )
Council for its
r ; bOUl'grewoldtoplber.'tVe1olll"rr; went to 1Mi i that amount in scrip, into the Treasury,and ac the same injunction to secrecy, ,was sent in.January I action, he offered a gross indignity r.catel.
;; I i tombs of'ourfathers, side by side-'and> tbuught countlo him on my return for the balance of or Februaryatth instance of His Excellency to the Courts of Jlw,Country ; be trampledupon : resulted in the .acquiued of

:; :;, tend rlyrof'tho1oYingdeJd.! '!' the money if,any, that, might! remain in my I am credibly informed) to ,a third I the laws of the' land ; ,be attempted: to We understand the )
; ,'\Veep' ';then for Howqua, even as I weep.He .' hands. I took th1' money as he requeued, and person.who; gave it to the District; Attorney. evade responsibility: i ; and be sat a prect dent in case took a certificate;"pr >

:: was the friend of my youth., Together; on my arrival at 'Tallahassee I found Territorial When this letter; left I lallahasscc. Excellen. ,office of a dangerous and alarming character. Democratic .
I grew old, walking; toward oUr,father's tomb Sci 1 nominally at a discount : but I heardof cy and Treasurer well knew .that I was,-and I have no concealments on this subject ; and
; We' :might, have died Together ; but it Is well :little or nono fur sale. It was mostly in the had been for some time, in that city, attending i: that my'ftl1cw citizens may fully understandmy Saturday's mail brought :
', that one old friend-should be left a little while hands of Auctioneer, and others,,who had collected to my duties in the Court ,of Appeals and it position, I will state to them, that I still hold news of'the nomination of : cot
: ; towcep.'These." i'.as I undcrstoodfor: the purpose of pay! would have afforded me pleasure to have given fn my band, at the request of Mr. Ziriax, and Tennessee,as Candidate for
t verses are literally translated from tim ing their auction and other dues to the Teritory them or either,of them, all the information they for his benefit, the b lance of the:! money,saved dent of'the United States, eacS
l I Chincso and ihere'is no doubt of their authenticity. -. and did not desire to sell it. I borrowed enough, sought: it t they sought the truth only., 1 at least by pa}ing the Territory in its own scrip. I deny s
: Too fortune thai Howqua hat left has when added to small amount of my ownto make had no motives to conceal or keep as quiet as that tbe Territory has any moral or legal DALLAS, of Pennsylvania (
1 estimated at 825,000,000. All this, tare up 'thtf 81035 45, promising either to return wssible." But not one word was ever said or fright to any part of it, and I' will not pay a by the .Convention as .
; ; n small'portion is the'result of his industry/ the! amount borrowed in kind, in season fur the written to me by His Excellency ur the Treasurer -; fraction of it into the Treasury until that &ht the27ihuh: : Us

I : the.war. be said himself, that his loss amounted. lender to settle bin accounts at the 'Treasury or on the subject. The report made! by the has been: established by a court of law. When These nominations ,are'' >i
l : io.2,000.000( !, and he'rtr.yoo" Emperor to al.! to pay him so much money as it should cost him District Attorney of the facts as collected by Jhe right is established 1 will willingly pay every nte
: : low; :bini to' rcnre, 'from:' his position Hong to replace it. I paid this script into the Treasury him without oath. and exparte, under the in. cent of it. 1 deny that any law moral or siaym by the; .I leading Qem' .: t i

... mmbaot"wbicb;" etitionwisreuied.; bis S.Tviced on account of Ziriax. and took the treasu junction _of secrecy, was ,received by tt. civil, has been violated. I challenge the prose- far as we have seen, the jjfi
k : ',' "'beingneeded'loathe'intercourse betucenthe'government rer's receipt therefor. I did not return the borrowed Treasurer, adopted'py II is ExceIJc ncnndsub. .:j t cutiun advised by a majority of the Senate:, quire, Washington .8pec '
: 'I and'forei a' nations.- Howqua Scrip before leaving Tallahassee so I mittcd by him to the Council, 'after 1 had, lefii{ and with all due respect tor his reputed legal Georgian have expressed
,. was no footiest roan ;< he discotintena'nced all became: liable to the lender for whatever sum Middle Florida, ignorant of his designs.! I make, : attainments,and his high official station, I ,challenge .
evasion'of duties; oever allowed bin own interest it should cost him to replace it, and not knowingwhat no comment on uch a course of conduct ;. butI has Excellency himself to make good, ifhe tion. The ioforrualioa was !
: r to.e1f<<:Lhlm"whenf' thai of his brethren or the that.sum' might be, on ,my return 1 gave I add, injustice to the District Attorney, that he can, before a Jury of honest men, bis chargeof timcre to Washington by ,
: '. good of ,his 1 nation ;was called in qocstiwi.M .-;- Mr..Ziriax my obligation to t'coulillor the balance was ignorant of the use intended to be made of "peculation" and shew,that t the Judge is IiI netic Telegrapha distance
I Charitable'and'',just:*. says' the 'Times,' ** his m my band, so soon as I could ascertain his report. I I abla too criminal prosecution.! A' fair trial may instant-the shortest possible 9'i
death may,be looked upon ,by the:'Chinese as aiiaUosalcakunity. ", hat it cost 1 to replace tbe borrowed Scrip,- It was under 'these circumstances that the perhaps discover the moliie kept as quiet as possible" The :
I ', '.* This I did learn till tbe wbigs were exulting
Sawnnak Georgian. not following winter, *
;? ;; t.. I :- ..,_ aIt and on this= account the balance was in my Council. The acquired Committee its knowledge of the House of the to transaction. whom I I 1 have thus, my fellow citizens, stated to you, in the party but' these have ; *

t '.', T1IEIN7AS1ONIPFT1JETYROL.' hands at the time of those proceedings in tbe the subject was referred, reported that the House be circumstance* of this transaction im- Harry Clay will have to

I The fare Very. and patriot Urn of the inhabit Council. After gaining the. information necessary could properperly do nothing with it,-but in justice 'I peach no man's motives. God alone knows dent of these United State
: ;' ftnta; :the mouotaiuous" regions of,Tyrol l are (to a settlement with Mr. Ziriax, I did not to the parties the Committee'examined the 1 what is iu the heart ol man-I have stated! facts

welNKndwnV. 'The, 'q t1lili..... ,were never more see him so as to pay him the balance. until my. evidence and acquitted me in their report. of all tiimply. tl will adJ one more. Wbile writing 14 The Floridian" has 1 svCet"S',
'. I ;' recent return from Tallahassee. The whole thp present sheet, I received from a highly tes-
I strikfnglv displayed'lban by the Tyrolese during culpability. This report did uotsat'uly his Excellency priety in permitting a writer
; Ihelnyesion-ttf in matter was in all its stages fully, to I' rectalile( gentleman in Washington,a letter con-
Austria 1809 explained *
i ,by BOna.I' ,and soon ufscr; it was made, and before sent man. Had it been
did 1 make taming this paragraph, Call has made, his ,
pite.VIMiWreenteftdihe1'ruL with Mr.Ziriux, nor make or intend to House
acted transmitted the
a large it he
*' .nrmy 'wbe1tt tbe following' 'striking !Irenes be* one "cent li; for.. myself-! My agency'was gratuitous one was"of the,roost upon extraordinary, Messages in our charge'? (Ibis matter) "against you before the tacking the Delegate while : : '

.. p curred'which. ; yenye4 d.bjrAD. otfi erwho7: and purely to oblige him. ..__ ? ''F.. i frgisitV$1)iSi9rmzLiich I he 'groAlv assail>-: Committee of Judiciary".ot. the Uoited-Sutca I cd inCongress d eud IngUur.rJpts: r -
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'T y t h* FItI'JSrI.IIn / hT> ->r'i4f ***** ...t'' t o a111IrerJ-flJrpiyflom- '
Jo._, -1--, tiij&t ed Commlile, and though he pro case to ination agaicst Potiti\ G ;'
r., : ; substance, this. Mr.; Zfriax, as the adminis. re-appointment was pending beforehat
.. no. many,of hjs comrades. : have bcen'SC"kinjt the advice and action of the while the London Morning
"We had, 'penetrated flbe"Inspruck without" trator of Frith, by adefecfof h-irsbecamc- indebted Council when be submitted the matter to the body whenhe accused me to the Council. ; :
: great resistance ; od' 1lhcJUgh much was every to tho Territory in 81035 45, and the body be now undertook to pronounce and decide This tact may" perhaps, afford a clue to the .*secret vancinjj the British: pulley 't :
: S s : where said about the Tyrolese, stationed on I: Territory became Indebted tijhim in th; same tx cathedra upon the whole transaction, de. motiie! but I leave my fellow citizens tojudge. hack in the oack, from a \

S S und .around the' Brenner yet we gave little: sum, by:his becoming the bolder of its Checks or claring me lo have been guilty of a "pecuJon sustained: him is nut quite
: &rip, and the one debt was set off against he It now only remains for me to SAte briefly I
Se t credit to it, thinking the rebels had been dispersed in the public money" and liable to a criminal than a mutter of course. I
t .by a shorijcannonide ;' and we were already' 1, other in the office of tbe Treasurer, according prosiculion." Tim Message is before the country the reasons why I'address youi Hud I been in '
t coos id i-r ing'ourselves, as conquerors. to law,and with his consent. Thu<< Territory and 1 forbear comment. The House for private life.at the time this attack was upon me been harm if the N,!ws,'* !

,I : Our entrance InVo the passage :of.the Brenner was paid the debt due it in its own paper, or some time refused to take any action upon the I[ should not now deem it necessary address lacked a judge or a I

k : : "55 was only>pposed ,by a small corps which cmL n. in its own just und acknowledged liabilities subject, but at last under circumstances: which fou. But I had been for five years and was then -nor harm i in the instance \
L \ I, linued,falling. 'back after: a smart resistance.Among1 .- -this Scrip being likn any other chtck or draft for the honor, of the Territory lam glad to see oneof yourjudges, during ich time I have, self impcachingto \ I
I I. ,btbers; I perceived a man full eighty the evidence of the Territory's indebtedns to are unnoticed in Ihe Journals, and which on the uo doubt committed many errors but his Excellency ,
District Court of
the bolder. It was like paying a bank in its is the first man that ever accused maof the
: years of ge'stedainst i. tbe side of a rock, same account I refrain from mentioning; it took .
i'cndhig I death nmong our ranks at every,sbot. own bills, or an individual in his own pro isso- up tbe subject, and, although 'it had the same fraud, or di honcst) He. from his high scnce, nod presenting those
.: S Upon' the\ Bavariansvdescending from behind rv, notes. The one debt paid the other. evidence before it, which the Governor had place, in" his official robes,accused me of "p culalion sencc,before a comm i ittee bt 4
; j i": As simple und" plain as this transaction was! it which'is define.: the ,
to reakelirmprisoner>> ," He shouted aloud! "Hu;. when lie pronounced tbe transaction, a pecula. a theft of public with consideration, : of :
; rah !" 'killed the"first'man: seized the second by became he subject of a secret and mysterious lion ytl passed one, resolution requesting the money. This accusation has gone before my
: tbo collar, and with the iJ'cula1ion.'fn ihe investigation by the Govern and Treasurer- Governor to authorize the District Attorney to fellow citizens, both those who do, and those -neither could there be
the occasion of Executive Messages to the late who do not know me, 'with the sanction ot his from Mosquito voting
I i : ,: name of God : precipitated, himself- with him collect *all the clwna," and another requesting .
S ,; into'the abyss below.' Council-of warm debates in that body-: ud me to make a communication to the next Council name and office.: If guilty, 1-des-rve tbe scorn, paling on absent man.,"
.*' Marching onward. 'we'heard' a sound from His Excellency was pleased in his mildness to on the subject. The Senate it seems was of every honest nun ; if not, I owe it to you to These things are all right : I Idim"
: designate it peculation in the public my late brother to brethern of the ; ...
the summit o! a :high rock, Stephen shall a money; more tractable and although the Committee to, Judges- my "
t. and the Senate, in it wise! to denounce it bar andlo, slandrous (or even the .
S chopltoffset to'whlcKaloud: No! replied >m, asA whom the matter was referred, reported that myself, to repel impu-
I f .5 from'an opposite sldei "This was reported to the violation of zw:' I will presently notice they could fiud nothing calling fur Legislative tat ion. I have stated the facts frankly and tully could be) to attack 'an ab !

I Duke of Dantzio, who, .notwithstanding? order. more fully: tbe proceedings, of the Governor and action whatever," yet a minority any of that body and my- fellow citizens- can- now judge---o- between cent, the innoxious Petei. : i
.f T ,; .' S cd us to aavanoe ; out'at the-same'time he pru. Council, but I will first advert to this supposed adopted a resolution ""requesting the Governor me and my accuser. whom everyone admires", .
violation of law, which fellow.citizens will But there is still
: another and 44
witbdrcwromtbe centre tu"tho rear. my to ,instruct the officer of the Treasury more importantreason is
proper The writer
11 S **:Tfiervan, consisting' If about 4000 Bava. of course understand I deny. to demand from the Hon. William Marvin for my addressing.you. Recent events, outrageous. 1 ..
IL rlan?, hod just 'clambered5up: a deep! ravine The 4th Section of the Act of 1829, said to be all money by him: received from tbe estate ol f such as, the.opposition, made by prominent men, even though creditors and

r5 S .. when we heard hallooed above our heads 6 ink violated, is in these word*: Frith, and not expended in ,the purchase of to the sitting of the Courts in \be*,Middle! District appear to think otherwise. :

; the Dame of tbumostbolv! trinity, cut all' i loose MIt shall not be lawful for any person charged Territorial Scrip; and, in default of payment, ; the combined but disappointed efforts' quenljy decline giving, as -
I : nbove 1 1'1 Ere h minute had clapscdV'thousanJffof with into made to impeach the Judge of that District for
"- collecting or paying over money to i institute proper legal proceedings, as well for of the General during his
F S jo T: my'comrades fn arms. were'crushed, buriednnd'overwhelmed the Treasury of the Territory to speculate cither .the recovery ot the money, .as for the violationof an independent and honest discharge of his duticstheattemptmade missroh *
n- I I l,*! by an incredible beapbf directly or indirectly in claims against tbe the revenue laws by said Judge and admin. in the last Council by a to Ibis country !
;. broken' rocks, stones and ''trees, hurled dorm Territory : but they shall iu all cases pay over trator." Thus a majority of tho Senate, uponan distinguished Senatorrwbo was then and bad, some question ai to i !
: IS I i upon us from the highest summit'of tim ninun. such juudas: : they shall 'receive ; and any per. {xparte statement, made under an injunction for a long time, been a m -,n.ber of his Excellen. I ai I, or only cne-by court. sy |

i tarn.; :All of us were.petrified. Every one had son violating the provisions of this sect ion shall, of secrecy and unsupported by proof, and in cy's family,aided by our Senators, to procurethe would npt bejfihought( I
U fled he could: but at that shower conviction in Court abolition of the Courts all I \ :
: S as moment a on any of record in this the face of their own act of revival of the act present go to
I'' : of balls.frOm'the'- Tyrolese, who now rushed Territory, pay a tine of five hundred dollars, of 1820), deliberately adjudged me to be guilty .shew, that the attack made on me was ir.tcnded up and publish a quiet little 4j1' -

L- I from the surrounding 'mountains' in.great numbers one halt shall go to tbe part prosecuting, to of a violation of tbe revenue laws." The to reflect prejudicial upon the whole bench. that subject under his Vwn j '
; 'and among them boys and girls' of ten or conviction, the otber half to the use of'the Ter wonder is, that having adjudicated, with so little If so, it ii high lime for'you to consider, wheth. of the N \vs:" 'fn the

I f I'I ; S twelve! yearS; f agef Villed and ,wounded a great rile ry." doubt of their right upon the facts and the er the existing Courts are. to be preserved in tract a little,for the.present Si

I many of us"' I confess that when I paid tbe Scrip into the law. they did not go a step further and render their integrity-and the Judges in their purity Florida
r l' S ; U It was not till ve had left these fatal mo n. S Treasury, iho existence of such a law did not judgment and issue execution against me bothor and i independence, or whether the former are to in he was an : _
E- t, S.,t tains'sir leagues behind Os that we were assem.g occur to my mind ; but if it bad, it is probable ( the money and the penalty! In addition be demolished! ; through the effects wrought out king, truth-tellihg,
''I I.S bled brine 'Duk>. and l formed' |ntosi ix columns. that I should have done on reflect; ion,Jfecise..t to this resolution"J understand, ja.'!majority ,or: by legislative clamour, and the latter debased exceedingly primitive in :
L So i aaueriberJyrolfiS8 appeared iead,.,. by ly what I did do without Whether law\i I the'Senatfi; to "have adopted the report of AIr.I corrupted by being; driven, in self defence, 'and thine,'!' and to a fault : &*w
I to
I. : llofer, the inn.keeper. After a short address itself was 30 impracticable that it could not be j Livingston in which the novil:) and extraordinary enter into political intrigues and ,combina his and f'- '
S, S ; from! their chier! they gave tt - ::;s j tbeirtifles aside and rushed upon our bayonets al sense of tbe people,or whether i it was unwise r! ty of the Legislature direct. the laws to be enforctd. popular mayor by base arts and servile sycophan'cy. At a meeting of-one of i idelpbia f

I ": with only their clenched fists ; nothing could I or impolitic will notsav. The fact however]>i ." If this be the case, it'is, its duty to become Honest, men will. ,not do this-dema a. constitution. was
., withstand, their impetuosity ; they 'dared! at 1 I isthai it became a dead letter-upon the statute 'I a Court of enquiry, a giand jury for tbe whole gogues will. 'If you prefer the former for your ganization of an : : !otbria1
I our feet. pushed down, strangled us. wrenched, book and long before I paid this Scrip into the Territory. It must seek omit violations of the Judges, keep );our eye'uf' the latter. Being no J i
't the arms from our: .hands and like enraged! Treasury, it bad beelJ.p.actically repealed and law in nil cases, or it comes short of is: bounden longer a' judge I speak with freedom, a/ion. PETEE SxEii Charj
: i lions, killed all French, Bavarians and Saxons '' annually by both peoplo and Government.- duty. From this principle that it i is :he ] and exort yo' as you love your deniest inter idcnt"! !' The'falive| 5i t ,'feille
; that did not cry for quarter By doing '! ests, to protect !afer-{
"S 1'hat'rhe Treasurer considered this law as en. bounden duty of the Legislature to direct Ihe I I your judiciary and thus aid in paper gives the
I : so,..I. with 300 men were spared and setatliber- tirely obsolete, RUbe lime' of my paying this ,I' laws to be enforced it seems to result, that the the wholesome administration of justice. manner of the s ;5HJ! ]
T ty Scrip is evident from the fact that he receivedit Governor. District Attorneys, Marshals and JT0hrfS1PeifilTmOIly| add, that 1 never f.
- 55 S M When all lay dead around and the victory without objection,although it appeared on its :|I Courts. arc bound remain inactive until they gt-e7ffie2f judge, so, if it be the pleasure capital letters, warrants ,
1 ,'I was completed the :Tyrolese, as if moved by face to 'have been either bought or borrowed. l receive the direction of Legislative body. theUmtcdStates Senate, 1 shall return whole getting up to be

1_ ; OQO simultaneous impulse' fell upon their That the Governor and the Council considered i j The reason why I decline 'complying with to Private, with as much pleasure, as I entered ?o remodel the '
S :1 knees and pouaed forth the thanks of their! I Ii I upon public life. f
- the law obsolete, and without force at that time, the resolution of the House, inviting me to make : la the discharge of my duties 'ed States, that 21 in '
: Heaven the air-a 1 years
hearts to have
I S open scene so i is evident from the fact, that by a solemn act.,, a communication to the next Council on the subjct courted no man ; I have feared no I CUI|
i" solemn that lt' will never fade from man. and I ler, after they shall have I :
I ; my remenip passed some weeks afterwards they ". revived" mustby thistimo'be evident. The late can therefore join my fellow citizens I :
'i brance. I could not butjoin in their devotingand iL. & Laws in 1813, p'42. I presume neither t House seems to, have acted in a spirit of equity again, in a private station, with the satisfaction tion to become citizens, be tibn/d
ri- S: : never in my" *life* ,' I suppose, ''did I:praj. the Governor nor Senate will publicly contend, I I! and moderation, and I duly appreciate the mo. I afforded by clear conscience, as I doubt not sable requisite to the eej

- more fervently.) s ; that the law of 1843, reviving and giving vitalj j: lives'which prompted its invitation, but which, others before me have done, who have been into the inestimable right hIp

. I In a letter to.thitditor of (he Athens Banner ity to that of 1829, and passed ,after I paid the ,J in perfect respect to that body, I must decline. I deprived of their offices by the instrumentality II 'if Ifowelj
of The
: Mr,J,.,.. .Burn says that two diamonds. one Scrip, shall have a retroactive effect, so as to I I No man can have higher. veneration: than myself his Excellency. I have now done ; and shall ship. General" f ed .
r 'I .'. S: of;;, thorp' worth about 925, were recently found, make transaction' which was lawful at the for the Governor and Legislative Council, not again address you on the subject. : that using the phrase 'V ornnl

: \ in,the. gold mines of iiabersham conuly, in this, time, unlawful by reawaof subsequent legislation I I I t when acting within the scope ot their just and \V M. MARVIN. is i in favour: of'the
S Stat .* ;and yet to make this accusation against mo i I constitutional: authority. My education and of. Key ,South Florida, April24, 1844. cipation"-was of a i 4
even plausible they must either contend for the
,, ficial duties have impressed upon my mind that :
S ; '; The weather has wonderfully improved with' retroactive effect of the law of 18-13,orcontend Southern States, declared
i I I I respect_ which is.their due as the law' making Thi; news from Baltimore
I "{.'I;. S in1'the' past week.. We have bad abundant that the law of 1829 was not obsolete and null, '' power,and as the exponents of the people's will. .'telegraph, reached Washington by the magnetic I: was meant for the Irish .
,,! sh wets ,which have revived the .parched vegetulibn -and thus belie our own public acts, recordedin But when the Governor and Council attempt to I about a minute. The annihilation yeste-day in : the Native American and,!

"'Li .-: and cooled iho atmosphere., the Statute book. They may choose either overleap and trample on the barriers which space, by this novel species of of time and I I dered itSt'lf.so obnoxious, fourtlclothJ
':(,', ,Our towtflpbntinucs heal thy.. Business i ii dull. horn of dilemma. The fact: is, the law was ,, boundiheir authorityas prescribed to them bv s all who witness its express, ,astonishf I
L '. S Tallafostee Sentinel, 231 h vlt. I i inoperative and 'dead. But, whether Ihe law )the very l"w501{ th.eir, own creation and conumi.S -. 29/A itul. Opcratjon..AkxanGazette ,- I,,sought still continue,as to II if smell these as 4 4a Wok poJ

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..' < only'really comfortable mode a basin of warm jdlativa ta.tho ..reliiounett .in tbe.Unit" '
sent. ,of,pplitical" affair 'in ; of Dan. O'Connell has bt cents. -
be1jtlng 11 ; bc-boves posture 'the; to take 8uchWasiDrQC&lCUlated1O water being held under the chin, in which the sentence en postponed. JAM ES MO WATT & CO. PDb1i$ r.I7,4, Broad- States,.by the, Amercao' Editor., Second ,ediu,n.

b : ltir1. people "the well barber dipping bandVeil rubs in the lathn, There has. been a change in the Spanish Min. way, New-Yoik, have made extensive_ arrangement, Price in,bo'arda, 37centi' bound in d.thaucl fill

l. ll ensure without the aid of a bfush, thereby: softening istry. for pnbli.lIing. during the prompt spring and.sum lettered, 50 cents. 6,
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several volumes of New .
the bristle to facilitate the mer hundred ; _
J interest l In accord.in'IWJb so as greatly; operation Victoria will" bo tirenty.five years of' age;on Tale for ontla. Translated,
LWiIIto J-,1t. t both and shaved. As J sat Useful Books. in .the various parmentft) of 1 Medicine Ind-i8try'a "riumph-A :
41duo : j ia 'principles of the. Democratic to shave atriused: the 24tb'June. ,. History. Ed ucnticuI3eile, .>Letter', Pcetry and from the Frtrich:of Madams EagooJe, Fun; by Lucy -, -

-.? promote' <<: equalrrights; just and wise expecting my tur'n, my; curiosity Itself J> seriously injuring the. in Romance b) the beat writers. This,,will, nnqnes* .Landou. Copyrighwith an engraving., One of ; I ______
t, of, l gUJaionf' | and' advance! as fur as pole -, in speculating PS to.\vhnt\ cuuld be the possibleuse Drought crops' linnably form the moat interesting library of Books the moat interesting stones ,ever written for the -. ,

I b" 1 t of thcgrc.ttes\ nunbe!:. of several.little crapes, which, turning on England. ever published in t lift 1 country ; and tbe very small young; andconveving a beautiful moral.. ,Price 25cenu. : :

b j use we hinges fixed in the willi, could either: be folded price charged for eacl volume! wjll obtain for them.u LA _
; 'TW" ie : ftXed !ftIeaTerruory.procIplea: : ; of back against; or'swung.. around so as to pro. The TalIahasseOFloidiizn has paragraph of issued a very large aud radiJ eale., "'Ibc." would WINTER GIFT FOR LADIES-Iking in.strnctions /1
: :.ii,. \hflv poUli Utoso in knitting, neuing and crotchet. contain' / I _
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t nThey are A* lunportant and
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: seated the- bench'beneath. 1 had to ing all newest most patterns.
on begun :
) c'.1JHY"t'J.i.e.t &' Tiio convention can do MODERN STANDARD DRAMA, Price 12 Il cants. .. *. '. ". _
despair of guessing'when a Grecian exquisite Mr. Dallas has. accepted the nomination for
?:i aofeiowards improving. 'our ',conditloof politl. ilaRART.iDITIOJr.1. : THE LDIESYORK BOX COMPRHION _____
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The: leadirig Democratic- papers Cortuniea of cliaracrcr.lind State Directions ; to bewmplct.cd T8- 'Jtlct :p ; _
;; that there;'is na mention"made I barber havtugswUng round tbe crane, hooked throughout the country have hoisted the flag in LO weekly numberv'at: 12 !-2'Cents Berlin:Wool. Work ;". tiu I latest.and. beat.CI.r all.: .
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of Danciug,, the of ail UMlavorile -
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i f. e't) crC mc, in the mean timo- TENNESSEE. cotillions, qnadriilM, .&c..daa.-ed at the' -
: p-ocess of hoad.washini:, which I felt convincedmust OF yet appeared in nny" collectiun'nf 8|>eciniens of the
:i : jt1dnot Ut .aumber'of; representatives be'tJritJor bo the height of luxury ; the constant I --?'* British drama. 'The dramatic tAff-d'autres of Tatfouid I Qneen'a Ball's.., A very ,useful little work ia families, _
Jbc appointmeat of Delegates,and where dancing I.t practised Price til.¢s:,
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kxHfljrjiofi stream of freshwater, wbick was continued, FOH .
.: dejelates for each representative
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;b jt:'C nf ucutnumDcrl some soap WAS apparently GEORGE M. DALLAS others, certainly' possess thnt degree of interest. that AND APPLIQUE Being injunctions' embrok _
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((42Ja2 :b'Wen; be glact 10 hear the suggestions of no well-selected library should b, within them ; and : fin _
pj ."OQ ib&subjepZk sequences which otherwise attend its use. Of OF .PENNSYLVANIA. yet few of these works have ever been presented lo .appl qqe. with,sixteen beautiful apgraved pat' _
: course J put the excellence of the method to the the Auiericau public' in a shape suitable for ferns. ,Dedicated to Queen,Victeria., Enlarged by Ian

tefcacl )i' &.. 'Df MCRAtjC: CONVENTION test of immediate experiment, and found it an. The Floridian says, the Life & Trust Bank lion. ? preserva American I ad,. J2 I 2 els., .

eL'n* i.. Fff. Wsitswfwa.. "J Jour Senators to repretentlheEaijff swer my most sanguine espectD.tions.-Bagnts', will pay about 25 per cent on the dollar.: It is proposed in, bit present series to remedy this THE LADY ,HAND..BOOK,OF ,THE TOILETTE .

4. Didricl of } dfor Uher Rambles, 4'c.MAUFACTtYRE. I I d.dleiencv.Every- ___ __ number u_____ .. will_n rnrutrft___- __ of__ an_'_ antira___n._ -::.or.the art of,.Beauty. JA Manual of Fashion .- 'I
us. ""l ? 'IQriJa.a < HIE followii-ff garden seeds were this'day received : drama: of" a character to please ia the cloiet n* well, aud Healthcontaining receipts of,all safe,sod. :
< .cosmetica.'
salutary depilatories, washes .
1- as on tbe stage, and accompanied by introductory powdsrr.ointments -
: OF' TESSELATED TILES.-The from the Shakers: and will bect\ at ,
:* voters' of the &c. invaluable work .
9 : respective to My -
xOLL. : remarks, historical l and critical. every
tffPttsjiL '"couDtiea, set bposileour names, do recommend, tessclated tiles! now so much uscd for the pnv .' half price by M. II. TUCKER. I The stage-marks, and directions, inrlnding: a .de- who would increase or i>re'etv her personal
contention of fromfftch merit uf churches halls; &c. are made of dif White Onion. I White! Celory ditrms.. Price 12 I2cents. Tbe usual d leooDt. ,
I '.iod request tJhafa Delegates ctiption'of the costumes of the characters, will be '
Onion York U\l
ferent colored clay, commonly black red, and Sets, Early >be. made to periodical For tale' the Sun "
) :M; CQUQtyl and their several precincts within Orange Carrot,' I Early Sugar Loaf do. given ; but in DJ instance: will there be a departure office. .agents. ,
yellow. The tiles are formed from moulds into trout the of the author ''The series will
Md Distrfet.meet at Pfllatka in the county of Round text thus no -
Spinnage, Vegetable Uyvler. .
1denteo KlJohosJcn) : Tuesday,July Olh 1844, (that place which tbe clay is' forced by a press ; in. the Early Cucumber, I, Winter Drumhead ( only be serviceable! to the actor, but satisfactory, t<> J. MOWATT &. CO.-have in- of. -- ;I 1
conrte, pnbli-
; ; the ',convenient when all I squares so formed certain depressions BM in do. tbe general reader. :
titkt pgconsidered ,mwt Long Cabbage, S cation
this seen the surface varying The typography of the series ,will he new-, |lare an_ important Educational Series on the cheap I
stage .
op ;
llilehthoJ' htcouoiies taken into consideration,) for upper Winter crook neck. ? Large Tomato : -.
pia u. : ; ; + -
.* .Iburpnsbof! selecting four suitable. :.Candid according to the'pattern ; und into these depressions Squash S (I Early Flame Pens and uniform ; and every number i omprUe' a distinct NOW- KEADYVKNOWLES'S ? t. i .11I. :____
and entire work in ibelf.JUST
... i4W1helriest Senate,-al? t$. r softer stale Afer( this, the tiles are allowed to Summer Bosh do. E"lly China Snap Beans, ,
,f h,1hbctibjecl.of i : : a Division of theTer. I .. PUBLISHED : AND: RHETORICAL READER AND RECITATION I
rftdfibbmore. effectual organization remain for some,weeks and then the super flu Flat Dutch Turnip. Purple do. do. No. 1.-Tbe DRAWING ROOM LIBRARY. BOOK, :
do. White do' do. .
ibnaa.Co .-."'to Pefe'cKirktlc: ous clay i Is scraped off from lie surface, and Rut Biga I. Containing the only' essential principles of' EIoO .' '
; ", part j. Long Scarlet: Reddish. White do. do. Edited by Epea Sargeanl. I
:Ms *yJ!i.n iftit't : the pattern brought out. They are glazed or lionwith selection
tf! F II ....;"," Robert: Brown. not, according to circumstances.! When laid Scarlet Turnip do. Long Musk Mellon, TilE UGIIT, OF THE L1GHT-HOU3F, AND declamation a-new designed far of the pieces u.e'ofschoola:for reading and and' ''I.. I ----
Musk .
Nutmeg do.Cabbage OTHER
!. "J, Andrew_DtWood' down the effect is beautiful resembling the rich. Dutch Peppergrans I POKMri. colleges. by James Sheridan Koowles, anther. 'ofVirgihius 4

*M41g.N m '.-t.U.! "' Itkj } Columbia. est 'pattern of the loom.-History of Slajfurd- 1 Head in I Lettuce do. Water Sage, Melon, Now fur the first time: collected by Epea Sargeant. I' ," "' Willitnr Tell," de. Altered and
per with an illustrative: engraving steel
In I Jobn; W, Lowe, '. shire. Tor foaL I ( on deiigBedby odapted to the purposes of instruction in: the United
contl Early nip elllepplr. J. G.
Chapman. '
.' ,"it'::1. Pt4t., : .. : ": : S Yellow Sugar do. I Guinea Squash. -, sjtate., by Epes Sargeant; 324 'pages : fries50 cts.
; White do. I I Okra. Prospectus of tAt Drawing! Room Library. bound in Joather, tain* mnchehenper than.any airai .
':.' 'I The Board ( Ihe of the( Military lIfYork now.pnbtiliaed) 'lathe United' State '
:tition. ,,,' Icn&ettM.DelI, : or inspection March 251 b 1844. The werks included i in this series will be either Alt
U and t- 4\ZA.*.c; B. Dintitun, l'r I ; Academy at West Point, this year i is comlmsedexclusi't original' or such as are. not to be procured: at tacbed to the work will be rean the oplolonsof ,..
I ,fI..1 c1'ILl'd *. 1 : .. ly of officers of the U. S. Army. At Fresh Garden Seeds. 'I ektiavagMil prices in aoy'otber ebspe. There except i a Chailes Aatho4ir L L D., 110ft. "WCPrestonHon.;; _

J'Ai.imprn.. "iJ'Jul',1,) Dell e > ", Alachua. the head of the Board is Major General \VSN. T IIOKBUR.N'S New York OAilDEN SEEDS class of productions, bOUt in prose and Terse which ,Guliao. C Verplanck in regard to its' merits. ,; "

.". .)1.. Idrich, '. I .;.- FIELD SCOTT. just received per Sell. Marion, and DOW being may be callad felicities of (heroin te, but which never ,
l.p.ned- i Any newspaper iaterting this advertisement with
John Ielvt( tccn, l S Early' Turnip Cabbage: head, Lettuce I find their"way to tbe shelves in our'bookstores preoccupied : in six month from' thwdate, lIiueh'16th., 1844, im' .

[ ." < Charles' L. Dell. J The Democratic party of Chatham county, Marrowfat Peas, I Early York Cabbage i. as they are with the"cheap iioveU. ', whose,, I eluding this notice, twelve; times,' Con plcaou.'y' in

uab.fthl. I Geo.Jhave appointed Messrs. AnRAiUM B. BAN Long Blood Deal. 'Liu,a Beana. name l.e&ioo the inside'withoutabridgamentand; sending their '
W. D: Branch 1 ,Indications. ( a growing tate in the mind .
3" at.ploy.. fUN, SOLOMON COHEN, G. P.RAURsosnntl Rtiir.U. Aborted Uailuh, ) Eailv Cauliflower public papers addressed the Dialing' Room Library
Henry tV.: Clork, } Marion. GRIFFIN. delegates to the C uveniion about Eg Plant! J I ., Cucumber for better things.-1urbighnr.peciimuumi uf achieve 174'Broadway. New York" shall.be entitled to one .
:. Jubn G. ; | J L CltrlJll.JeloQ.. LJ.a&s.._ 4p.h.a aUtI'IIt4e..doineiB. of thought for mora}invigorating!. C.ipj.of each woijtianftd .& I' ga/jvffcmr' tote : .e; '
cut?' .''V j.,."" ."., .... ... .' .,- x-. '-.. !f'' the flrst beld/tonelect .ndidatefor-:-Congress, ?:' '!"- fur*" .t1Nu,4tt' ......... 1iTn1pI1IanIetm.l l1at.ofIi.m_ ii. .r.iit-A.. t. .-. _.;- h".-UUW4TVa.-Oc -- : _
dams ... : JamesGibbons, Also' a fill I assortment of other Seed Ml i Rehil. appear To Uuu tcr. lo this taste-to. contribute lo '174-Iir achray..' York.
tin supply of its d'lDandyilt be the" of the _
.t'.J4Gatrison" } Benion. t March23. lt<44. B. E. CARIl & Co. i I ., ; object. iL7PeriudicalAenusuppliedun: the most(uor- '
a n. Hubert D. Bradley, Married, Drawing fooni Library. ablo terms: Local aud 'rra"eUin"Ael1ta wanted .

hiinaIliuve a, : In this,city, on.the 3d inst.' by Rev. Mr. Mn- To all whom it may Concern. ;, Uy way of presenting our credentials in entering for the safe of. our works ia every low and esonty -
'jfmrdP'caneayt I ( 13 HEREBY GIVEN&: ,.lhatl. Phillip upon the task of( editor' and oytas a sample of what in the United States. .
i( sas.suoro..,. deore, FRANcIS P. FERREIRA, Esq., to Miss PAULA NOTHr Surviving Executor of the lad will we intend to give, we comni uee the series with a May 14 -12Stllel.ior -

juoT'3lj ,,, ) .. '.. ,MAN ccr--all'of _bis cil)'. and tea &iieutof John Fra*,,r. decea.od, have anpointnd collection. of. our own' Poems. it. .being.tbe first. >which- .Jj -
.:' ."&.1 tban Norton, jr \t ... U'lllnni A Forward frq.of the city of St.Am can D,> laid to our charge Uur other writings in Court,' District, F.
"Jaracs G.: Coojicr,; | -- Jutine, n the county of St. Johns and Territory prow and verse, will will appear in future numbers. ; E. -

at. .. JBplctr, C, BraddiM-k, '.} Nnswu. MARINE JOURNAL or Florida, my aJent.* Attorney and substitute for Bat in the while! the series will be enriched IN CHANCERY. .' -

bseuthim. : : Jnmcs T. O'Neill, I on: Om'' SSa' A r
JackeonTyu J to laid estate, in said Territory of Florida to receive !but imuart to it a lairing valun. Y.. k"\' -
The' will hj Juan BLis de Eolralgo, Charles Robioorxscntor ofF
SAILED. tervicA of proce**, to appear and answer to the same. 'I Drawing-Room Library" publishedevery 0al.
iifa :. 'v." II Williams, -' and in all thing to act. as amply and fully as I could week in numbeis. containing distinct works Arr donduM aria}1.'trredondoTereu 11.Ar /
isab.&rgvt. oti// '' ,'. 4th.-U. S. Steamer Get1'ayIor, Lt. Farrand, and would or aught to do, were I personally present ut T2 1.2 cent each. A title page and table of contents redoudo.DoroteaSaavadra.DomingoLs Sags Francisco
J- l-.JuRn1ct.l: ? .J Musquito.w'H Charleston.! in nid; Territory. will be given, when numbers enough to make : La Saga, Rotti AI. MarteuezJusna F.Marte
I I1)). C. ,8cobie, |I
f \ Praxides.C.
,. CLEARED. All persons indebted to the said estate, are hereby a neat, uniform veluuie, have appearedBut aseery nez.. Arredoodo Fernando ArredondoPe -
; 'Ambrose Cooper. number will iro Arredondo, Joseph M. ArrWopdoMrs t
VY I forbid Iud forwarded against making an) paymnnt j I be independent in itself the pur- *
mont t- S' Heermans *. Brig VirginiaSouthwickNcw York.Francis or etherwifa transacting. the business of said estate chaer cu coui-uli bin!' uwn.la. in regard to those anna Arredondo, Inez Anedondo Fernando Airs

,with any persona, other, than m>self l or my said work which be includes in his bound collection and dondu, Francisco Arredondo Gabina, Arredondo -
nbet Pilills CvBurtiham, J. 'Si. Lucic. Maria
.. P. Ferreira agent, mail subscribers can remit for one or more numbers Arrud.indoManuellaArredondo.AntoniaAr .
i-*, orge Hetbel. : -'..; :, of toe work detire. For 3lauuel Joseph Arredouujo,Catalina A rredoedoLou
zcul.hOd.i ... : '- AM pi'rson.having' demands required to ptesentth as theJ may one dollar eight
: :: OFFERS his services to bit fiieods aad the pub. acme. within twoears from ibis date or they will numbers will be sent. Price 12: 1-2 eut.. U Arrodondo. Isabel Arredondo, ,Maria ArrsdandoMannel 't
John j.
Bronord 1
$ T'- :: be forever barred. Pt!. R. YONGri Arredoodo.TerellJ.Fatio,Louisa Fa
t .'!$ '-Trwbef: 1 ; I > '. AUCTIONEER; 8nrviving Executor &c. BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. tiu Cecelia Arredondo. Frederica Arredendo and \ ,

th1.inio.. ,? 'W.. Ylff Douglass j.,', h.vingbeen duly qualified and commissioned for the Dnrmn. Ga. No 1843. To Le completed in about fftg nutnb'.it, each number or Fernando Arredoudo. defend n". 7
I of St. Joh.... All business entrao'.ed! to his volume, to contain L *) mud PuUitltid '
,1. Laurence Ryan, 1 I / ', ', county pages vpuard ,AMENDED BILL IN CHANCERY. _
'. '.George Grouard,. J DuvnI.. ;: : care will he strictly and punctually attended to. Oi! oltitiou or Copartnemh p. semi monthly, at 25 cents per tuAtnue, T HAVING been made to appear by aflidavit that ,

*\ A.'W. Crichton, I Jnne4. r JL' tiE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing Tbu series will consist. of deeply interesting me. I a bill lias been. 111,filed I ln_tbU: cause ..and)tb.nt a

a oflie4 J '443ccph E. Summcrlin. I : under the firm ofCF.NTER. RUDDY & Co inoir of eminent persons, male and female,,such, as. subpoena.baa l>een- duly iiued and it being alao; nada
this dissolved
I ".. 3ohn8SftrnmiR. ,. .J v/- ? )' Notice. is day by mutual consent. have never before been presented in a;popnlur form. to appear that Juan Bias de'Entral /.Maraa if. Ar.redi .-

ould rg 'ItJt! : '1.. =?hekcUb .- 1.,1 ''V* ,,-'-jiM'I < V i. \ ,' SIX WEEKS after date I will apply to the Hon.! GEt CEN'fFR.JUHN : They will possess all the channsof a work of fiction >ri '
'1- ..' t4 ", XuJ!) rt Juck. J. ; "." I' of the County Court of' Si.: John'*connty. MAGEE.St. with' the additional advantage of being truo. NOTTready Domingo La Saga Fraucieco! La Saga, Rosa M. Martinez .
:for" tellers of Administration on the Estate of Jnana Martinez, PrazideiC. Arredondo. .

n.WY. > .jtfn....Jtmts' n. Cole, 1 ; P-: iLir SOLAKA Jr. late of said connty. Aifnatine January 13. $1844. No. 1.-THE LIFE OF MADAME D'ARBLAY. Pedro M Arredondo Fernsndo.Ariedondo..JnephM. -

.t."'1. Dancy, I' : .J R. O. FONTANE.. The Planter' Hotel. (formerly Miss Burney) aiuhoreM '.of" Evel.II:!." Arredoudo, Mai lana Arredondo, Inez.Arredondo, 1

ilcg .. v :George Center, I April 15th Jet 4. proprietor of this establishment willduring &c., in two volumes at :25 cents each. Fernando Arredondo, Fran cilco' Arrei'ondo," GabinaArredondo ,-
? THE No.2.-THE LIFE OF GOETHE-From .Ms Marla.Arredondo Alanuelh
: I' summer receive and entertain boarders at Arredondo.
net! "S. : iV. A, Forward, } Q.. '/obns. Notice reduced rates, suited to the times. A share of patronage own autobiographical papers, and the notes. of hit Antonio Arredondo. Joseph Arredondo. Catalina .

:"f'| (vGcronimo Alvarez: HEREBY GIVEN, Tbnt TWO MONTHS i ii 'e.pectraU/lOlic led. contemporaries, in :2 ,volumes, ot 25 cent: each vol. ArredonHo,,Lonij'ArredondnIiabelArredondo, Catalina .

. ,:lc r :Jplm/M.Fonlane,/ .j. IS slier date, the .ubllci iber as Administrator of Lhe 'May 6, 1844. Arredondo Maria' Arredondo. Manuel M. Arre '

iiPi 1-it Jamrs M. Gould, E4ate of AJITOIIM Mien\ deceased will present his New Works recently publitlird by J.Alowall &,, Co. don do, Terera Mi; F tia, Louisa Fatio Ceceilia Arre. .

-tJ;! William NV. Loring., accounts' the Hon. Judge or'l the Connty .Court for otice.A 174 Broadway. dondo Frederica Arredondo,and Fernondo Arredoo-

; adjustment;'and notice hereby further given that LL !persons>>- are hereby cintioned against paying ANIMAL MAGNETISM, OK MESMERISM, d some of the said defendants reside oat of this -
itOrt.I 4----- : .' SIX MONTHS after dale I wiil apDly (or"'D final any mone due or -to become dim, for lumber Its History. Phenomena, and Present Condition District and iD'tb lIandofCsiba, "

,# 4 GONE TO TEXAS. dismissal as said AdminUtntor; cf which all persons bought at the S TEAM SAW MILL, North City. to containing Bractical initiuctions, and the (tutat'discoveries On Motion, of Complainants .solicitor.it bordered : .

: .... Six.thousand Prussian have through their interested will please to ialut notice. any person whosoever. in the Ki' nte,.principally derived front a that'notice be given by publication ia one of,tho ...

t "purchased a largo.tract ot land in Texind ANN MICKLER.\ Admin'r." I 1 J. R. EVERT30N. recent work by William Lang, with) a supplement. Newspapers: printed within this District- requiring \

rr4 ,J also couttmplttteplanting a colony in April luth 1844. : I> April 61844. containing new and inipoatant facts never .before said defendants to pp'ear.and answer.eoniplainanu ,';"',
jinis. Heretofore, nearly tbe whole of ,tbispersonsbave nuoliahed in"the United States : b? Rev. CLauneev bill of complaint within six. mnnLha.h'nilurarit.*.<.miA .t _
i'of" scitle.1 Wisconsin, and Hare 'l'ownI1l1Ind. author oi Facts. in Mesmerism: bill will .be:taken pro'cohfesao axainst 'then)* .. f r

hanfe' in their tkstioation is as strange as NOTICE to Applicants vn-lcrthe, Florida, Armed OccvpvtvmActof the 4th August, 1842; to wss Ac. 'Price 25 rents. '. Oriler entered.a certified. thta.UabdaJ. of Mirth f .f

lie unexpected. PERMITS were granted, for,settlement 0 Lands which were not Surveyed at the dales of such TilE MODERN STANDARD' DRAMA.editedby 1844. 5- _

.uriidb 1>f''' : jI k Permits. Epee Sargeaut, author of""Velesco: ,a'Tragedy GEORGER.PAIRBANKS.CJ'k. t'

r J'Saturday;vee\, Charlotte St. Clair, a la- NOTICE is hereby givento! the class Applicants ib mentioned that the plats of the following: Ncw&u. ready.To be published in fifty weekIYllum"Je--' 'CUSDOiIHOUSE, J'I; -

}:ifi\\!fourteea: dressed in deep mourning, drove Townships have bean duly certified and returned.. by tho Surveyor General to the District No 1-ION, Tragedy in.five actsBy Thomas St. Augustine.May.I I. 1844. S I
lAnd Office at Kewnansville; E.'F- and thai the period of one oear" allowed by the said Act for the proving will be received aithisofflce .
I Centr&l Criminal Court in her own care ." and tbe Noon Tallburd SerDt at Law. From the Author'slatest PROPOSALS nn- t I f
the fact that the aQUlemeot beei commenced paiiicialarQoarter8ection upon which it ia
edition. With directions June next, (keeping THREE 'I J
r "nd surreedercd to .take her trial on a stage description of I
the described in the annexed tit. Tnose
; located will expire at dales opposite the Townships applicants. JOYS 'I
Iatelyplaced on the bar of this haibonr in ;
tc. 12
1.2 -
F r'st Ung"a'pnir of ,gloves value one therefore, whose settlements are within any of ibe e'Townships, are requested to file with the Register and costumes, cents. the channel them

.*,Ung,tbei>>roperty/of'Mr. George Clarkr holeTcr'wblIeqmss Recaivet. it Newnannville, Florida,'on or before the said dates, satisfactory proof porsnaut to the require. 11 No II Milman 2-I-'AZIO.From a 'I'ruig.dy.the Author'In five latest acts.edition.By Re,. such channel shifting renders it necessary whenever aa a tq change hate ,them.in
Tho found her law above ,
lreet. jury meats of
the Direction J2 (.2 always in the deepest water ; and fur replacing at
04 ;: and she'was sentenced to six months' Such proof should be the Applicants own affidavit corroborated by tbe testimony of two or more disinterested With No 3-THE Stage: LAUY OF LYONS.cenu.; By Sir Edward the expense of the contractor the whole of such -

.t' 'EJ pent! and hard labor i id -the house of and competent witnesses which proof should give all the particulars as to the settlement-date Lytlon Bulwer. 12 1- cenU. 'Juoy.or such of them, aa may from time to time be A -
i. 'London; of its commencement-and description of the particular QI'Hler Section upon which it is located* lost from
-- paper. No 4-RICHE1IEU. Edward or destroyed, the 1st of July next,lo the 1st
..4L,W'. -:- Unless the proof required in the foregoing i it filed on or before tbe date specified. the applicant will 12 ).2 ceJlb': B.f.Sit LytlonBnlwer. ouiuly,1845or1S46. .
orfieit all right, title and claim to land.under their permits. A Bond,with two sureties, ins-Jch form
approved .
'I. :TbePftuburg Age relates singular instance No 5-The HONEY MOON. By John Tobia.
and for such amount as the Treasury Department
12 Scents.
1ft iU,tempted aelrdestructionYbicb had just 00rtd3bt't -
4 "' No 6-The 'WIFE. By James Sheridan Knowles. may direct, will be required to ensure the faithful .
2P- :city..1 Mr. ChanlesM. Bellman, TDlDW Rtagt. Dale on or before the proof if Settlement must be filed and the parti. 12 I 2 eenu.INFANT. performance of the contract, tbe conditions of which
Grcnbfbirtb, and geuitemsn of cduca. l' tl ,f cat/or/ ed. will be
I Quarter Section descril TREATM ENT-with directions to more fully explained on application to this
but who has be. I
respectability, lately office. A. \ r
:-- mothers Self-maoagemeiit.. before, during and after -
en .' Ja vdved in pecuniary difficulties,causing Lad ;; May 4 3' ,;*, ColJectorv S ?
: .. Fourteen sonlh.Twenty. one slay 6th, 1845. pregnancy. Addre *rd to mothers and ,nurses.Uy .- -
'I f r prweryr >Q be placed under execution, al. Fineen'I '!JTwenty one e May 6th 1845.je45.. Mrs. Barwell First American edition: revised, -

I .wlre
*d derapgemeut. On Monday afternoon he -a (Twenty two e : : "1 May Gib, 1845. United States, by a Physician of Nw Yerk. IJurfer .A LL persons bavin* claims or 'demands'*"'.iiinst'ihe ; -

r. V a Miaf frooa an ounce vial of oil of bitter al'iftonds ). Fifteen a Twenty two e i May 6th18.13.. i the approval and recommendatIon of Valentine I fll K"iate of Peter A. Maniiey. rare of S t.'

r I k. 'drachm that poison, and would Sixteen. g ,Twenty two. e .' } May 6ih 1843: ? Molt, M a>. Price in paper covers. 25 cents. Bound : John' County deceased, are requested tn present -

i.44. *2 1esshare taken more but the thought of Fifteen I ,Twenty three e \ May 6th, 1345. in clotli. anti gitt letters. 50 cents. i them within the: time required by law, and those .in. I '
Alay 6th, 1845. CURTIS ON THE PRESERVATION OP SIGHT debted will please make immsdiate to .
jTwenty three payment
CTlldren Twenty I e
i which crossed his mind at the time, '
I -The disease of the eye-the n-e, abuse and choice Adll1iuittr tr J'. I
: rjptof him to dash the vial' on the floor. The acle' Harrison Corti_ Auutand May 6, 844.
of 8pec &c. ByJonn ,
i: .,of thw attracted the attention of his wife JOHN PARSONS, Receiver. SAMUELNOTE. LIJcSELL: &6 1ln'. Ocut! to her Mai!atr. Price 12 1.2 tents.TIIEII3IAL .- t!
; 'WCIetrcb being made he was found on tbe POPULAR HINTS Boots and 8becx. :
.-The particulars to the settlement should be the tioie when cultivation wa commenced "'
,I IOUrthstory of his house. nearly denuded of his -Fur preservation fsoiii coughs,cold and eonfiimpilions. A' Fine assortment of GenUeattn's and Ladies c
l t
tI.\ ., '.intof crop cultivated-number of acres in culti'"tiun-lbe kiwi or t tenement erected-number ofpef400S
01 ckXbet 'Thephysician called in, administered composing the lainily-discriminating between adults aid cbilJreo-miles and .feuMle*-whites With infitrmation upon some points of Gen fSL Boots and Shoes of UM latest vtyla. (or sale at / j -
'4 I 'powerful of milk-he i Practice the' of nch By reduced prices by, GEC BURT
emetic and plenty is. al"J ol\J.ed. May :30 man in treatment ca-cs. II CO / I
*o learn, now out of danger. J : Sir George Le Fevre, M !It., Fellow !of the Royal Dec, 12.: / .\
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I \1IInf'lJ'1JI'tl1'' ." "'cJe..t : it rewired by the Mayor and Aldermen! of raid to the Dead.Letlor,Office,.iu Washington, : I,'eaIFo; German .silver ,SIHMMS; Liq*t1'I' ;';
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t I tfai'maheroflho eiwofJsepb: Woodruff,'late rl city that it shall, be lawful J,aud it i iti hereby permitted! u.: setsof 52 pieces; also by .b:1b: ,, : .t 4
U, !'BtiAignatie:ii UId ColnJt' 'de 'd.- fur the ofthe lots A ,Irwiu John -
owners thennr. '
I or occupiere facing i TIZ.. ; Hoes Sad u I Irons. Composition TeaKde,: j ..
1 A PETITION having b .n' filed therein b; THO-' th*rn. side'bfiiaid Kjusre, to mnke, pnblic footway AtwellDAndrew K Small "
!, 1 1 Mi'sfDooctis;Adioioittrator i i ; of tBe F.st toafbrecald to begin at the north west corner of: laid lei uare and .Francis Scu'r; : KapleMraKelly ., : : Cn ry; Nail Hammers'Coffee !Mjfli: 1
; _.k', forth nioDI_ other. tigitit;\ ji G op'etreet, running thence south'nineteen foet A vice Mariquilla, Fernando G 8latePenc I. Common Marbles Colored 'W.'AIotII .
I Gun 'lints German Box Mills
S da ,
ce.uiDJie maa n Mad T'au-.n.beth invrntorie'd thence: and with' Church B leys, -t.
{ eastwardly parallel the property 1 ;
: I and appraised as belonging to raid Etfa.le.'whicb t 'xsij 'to Charlotte- street.A Bredier F Long Jane M ; I'German L4 ks.together,with a paeral uoa tt1t

I .. neutori4.ad> apprarsemeni' are:now' offile; in1 'thi., (so, that U shall be l lawful and it i is hereby permitted Brower Baldwin Lawton William I \ .I'Hard ard Cutlery d German Goodsct iit' '
coufludat.4Lr1o' the filing tLaerorthesaij! Tito ,' for the owners or 'occupiers of the'lot facing Burrows MnrruretCBeloriann Locke MelancthonAl 5 LE.CAU&J ..e"l. < .\;
I t has ben 'cUlmed'by <>i4 Benjnipiu1. .D. Herb:, of th*' soul hern. side. of! raid nqunre, to m.ike' a pnblic Mrs. :t tD Notice. 'f. 1J'
Cbarlestan tfoutb Csrolina.'M' Trunfee. and on behalf ("01."' to begin at the south west'corner of' said Brown William Moore Chas 0 ;
I !6l!Julian Smith Woodrunn Christiana'' dd.' square and George<< street running thence norrh to'a Brown RJ Martin SOIiUB1wdeu ALL( JltlldeJteJt( the estate.of tie' .hie Jotian :
ruff"'aod.Cbristiaaa Hertot.Uie! l Christiana W odrnff, point on a direct aiM from a row of trees in froat'or Jack Blasst JohnMcM.ahoo ,,are hereby called upon t mak.''pay,'".
4. children of the said Joseph VVoodiulF( .deraud his I B.'A. Po'' .rn.' lot. thence eastwardly on said direct I Beor Sarah T W ment'totbi: ahdenigfaed. (who is duly 'i.thrkithi "
: wifaJaa: CnthpbellWoodrna, (now nl :;
under'a'certain Dfd of Trust ;'auJ 'that said'claimtsndc tal street. Betsy,care of MrsSmsth Malls William i said estatethentkale ;are notified to present thmpraiIysu.

I : gyeUPtO, embarrass him the said 'Tborxa* And it shall b e lawful for ,the owners occupiers I Barton ABowers Mellett Dr'James. S oj :.within the time, pre.crihedbylaw,oi-j, i *
Douglas in the Adruipit tration of}|te.'saicf estate t and of the aforesaid l jot t* to erect pouts,' orj plant< trees, nit Emily C Mason Nancy s' .... they, trill I forever. hatred. !sfG //t..h'
h.haviu'f'therefore moved that the ...\\ct fieujamin'D. the margin ofoaid fet twftj.. and at inch distances as Bray ton C L Mitchell Michael HUMPHREYS.Attorney .- :
1 1 Hefiot'and all 'oth > 'persousconcerned. 'do" sb'wcaaac may. be necearyf the protection said footway Broadwell Elias. 3 Marsh'Charles 1 5- ''"' .for SARAH. H ANNAN,AdW. % _
;; 'M I .a day:to tx named;why1 the said In ve tory, :ALau,*th&t. it.shall. lawful and ''U Is hereby permiUtdtfof Baker.a terry ,MatU.ogI1.Dr.Tb I : -1 _.:'
.- .rinslsahMBt eio t*d Hot. bi'a'owjdsd.>> and Uhniroitif e .ftav Inbahitani to setmiiafid put npoataulsquaraany Blvd .pbutf W.- ."C. Merrill Nathan F._ .."" ..iM ....- S : POTArOES rruiiou, OAB8.4GES'ANJJ; ., .' UNWN9.. ;
'. : lh'siJ-Wgfo'nWD TltBi, tHt'ltt1 lL'ihore-- sdch. "rnart' Dtal trees or shrubbery, ache Bartcii George Mansfield John F I t Kinds ; U U'.#; 10. Apple '" t''off
{ rrJci,\whieb'motion is granted and it {accordingly or"..hera-y fnel deposed to set or.put out, Provided Barnard E F Murphy Henry I ,; .' 50U ..< .. ;
.. Cabbages. '
her r" treen or shrubbery placedin Boyd &UO. Strings' Onions. :EBr
ORDERED, that all pewns concerned b Rid E.- such shape aud form U shall be directed by. ,one of Bout well Lieut. EdwardC / Tbos : Also 1 -$ fine supply/ ( Shaker Garden. iIeCJ. $.( :
tate r bavins or pretehaing'to bti've any claim.th reUMB the Aldermen& I .. MnhleuburgP" sale by., 1 .C. E. C.Rlt..&_Co., .. -
do 1.ar.Ja,. this court to be holden rn theCdor2kAu.ztm.1 Passed in Council. Jannny 22d.,1844. .' CbriltmentJOIeph: Mitchell Robert .- .. ". it4
.io'said County on the lad W. A. FOltW ARD, Mayor. Crane CSC 6 N : City' .Ordinance. ,t--- '

Momlar'.,f4un Deit_ eommeuelcg: at 10.o'clock,. A., AtUs. P. B. DUMAS Clerk of the CounciL Crane Abiahatn: 2 Nicholson: Satnl.ClelaodJuhn _,. WHERE S'eneawdannlieation. is mid tn-'k'-r'-. **|i iiFrti
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0 AI.QI: tuatoayana Dere.,snow. cau.e 'jranYtbe'l: An Ordinance C P IJa : the p or ,Infirm, insane and desitute, 'residue*
hd"oPtMlahew."by U. said ; sp Cakmorea B M Pellicer Anthony. within e limits of the city,and whereas the ,cit$ .
S praiwnwnt should not .be ameitded agreeable to 'the Tor die protection of the Public Square known as Clarke.Lt.J 0 Porch Jesse A .. jor dial
I prayer orth petitioner v:and that 'a copy cf this or. Monument Square. Public Buildings and other CI01and M C Perry Lyman 'is t a fund for their relief. _< cull'
; det iw''published'.rct a week for fovr weeks In some public property and public streets within the city Corcoran Nicholas Preston John R Sec'I. I e ordained by'tue ,Mayor and Ald.nueJr btu
; I Pnblio Nw.papai printed in this citf and lost one or 8t. Augnsliua. Campbell Porterlosepb W of the Clip of,St,Augustine, That there 'shall Lei l tile. '
copy of,said Newspnpst'. cob tain ing aid order bet Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of theCity Clark William Parr John levied anloflectedinnnlaly: for'lhe'use of aafj ctty, t 1 1to < i ueh'-
t i ufc tu eaclt atod a'enoP rao.. known t ..hare any'' intenatiaorwhohas'or -, of Hi.Augustine, that deny person or persons Cody Edward Pearl Chu .- 9 be expended forlhe purposes aoresakf1tho foliour.v. | pe'iJt
I pretends, to hare fany dalm. shall climb upon the trees,girdle,cut or break or shall Colt George R -p:. .n to 1r it. =\ t-t biii'q-
upoutla.smkle.&ate., ,1, in any manner wilfully injure the trees, or shrubs, or Colgate Henry F RenkenPWCbelaod Every two wheel pleasurecarriage.one dollars"Every ,4 "? 1hihiJiclie
I Kea cnc1*' B>r b.ncht Chambers the'raid City hull dig up the soil 01 iUJure ifae grass now growing Maria 8 Reed John ; !; r4 jur wheel pleasure, carriage drawubjunhcud -'. ,,: -
of 8t.Auguitlaethisflrstda \ 1844. or standing or which may hereafter. growiag or D Reid R R twOit rloll..u. : stocks]
1 .,' kB.GOULD. I landing in uaid Public square or any trees, which Dunham Robert Rogers Alexander Every rJar.heelpleasnN, carriage drawn by twoi: ? -.kgrch

: J Jqdge or the Coority Court, may be now growing or standing or hereafter.,grow. DiimmettMrs.Dnmmott Rose Alexander borsuior' tore three d III!". 5- ],
I ',. of til Juba County. in any public street of said city he or she if.a white Mrs Frances 8 Randell Vans Sec. 2. Beit ordained&c.. That forthe-eficuafi :

I Atrnecopy.. pt=fIOlillb.llllutI"er fine or imprisonment or both or if Uouegan .S and impartial assessing and levying Aid tu, ItS M n
t P.BDUMA8CLerkCq.. a free negro mulatto or slave fine or imnrisonmeci Davis Jacob R SihbaldCharlcsT be the duty of'every owner of any of said carriage: : 'i earabi
or whipping or both I1t the discretion of. toe Ma.)or aud Daniels John Shannon JosephDelespinei upon application to them being aiaJe by 1fM'.CUt: j

t I I I .... V J,8, MAIL Aldermtn, s PI'Shields Dr J L \ ; Maisha I let give in to said: City Uaishalm corracta**** !
1.t Say-gaab and Florida Packet t. Be it further ordained by the authority aforesaid Dougherty Addison SmithGeul, P S count of any such carriages they shall be the o.liet:'
.t, FOR PALATKA.. F.) that if any peralOn'or personsjshall; in any manner Duncan Thomas care of Stacy E G of aud that upon demand being.made fur said fcuefe a. ce
.. VIA D/BIEN.BHUNSII'ICK.SI MARYS JACK. mutilate injure, disorder or destroy, any public I E Stephens AII said owner thereof the said owuer shall pay.the sama, t Chjartiel
; $ORrJ4EBL4CiCRZLK&PICOL4TA.< pump nurket house or property within. or appertaining EertlJonValter D 2 Smith Airs P S. Plaster Upon failure to PDl.iBld tax, for the term of !len days ti
CARBTISQ TfB| O. ',. VAIUTQTlUABOVE; PL4CKI.t tu any Market House Books, records,.wurk-: Everitl: Morru RElheredge Scanlon Hugh :: after said demand it shall be lawful for the,City'Harsbalto sipidiug4
: owners,of,the Steamer ST MJTHEWSj ing fools or implements of 'the city, or any property Charles D 8comr John le-y (after order given i in writing tothatofect'by
'I'H8 chartered &Steamboat to take the place i while used or employed bj the city, any public bull I>i Ewing Urville 2 Sayre & Pane : tha M yor) the amount of the goods aad chiu!U' I -

: .. I o lith.ifiBoM: while, ,undergoing tepairs, fur a few ding or public property or any propeity b lonziug'1'I F Seton Gea or lands and tenements. of said owners, ? .
V. trjps only*. ,. to any church or school within said city.or shall any: Fail 'William Smith Peter 8ken S Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, &c., That itshaJI; .
.1 ;This Boat jwill*kayo Savannah for the abave wmedpcPsosryS4trdqa&4.o'cIock.r. uiAimer obstruct the public streets of said city he she Forester HunnerFultnii Sarain Robert be the duty'of the City Marshal to report te the Mayor '.' ChilM
.. M. atiff oftbsyifwbitei'lsalluferlboe or imprisonment, or Wui < being Caj-t &I Spear Julia R A nil provisions etoi .c., Cetl
1 >bearrival of.lhe Boats. frou* Cl.nrleston. On her both. or ifcolol d persons, fine or imprisonment or Ferris W G. StoctJU Wm T nance. and that if any'person ball. wilfully neglect I whit
,. return wU) |eve. PaUtkaeyery JlarArf morning, whipping. both at the discretion of the Mayor aDd iAldeniien. Fontane John M T [ to ifive in an account of any carriage th1P1Il'; "

t .... and, ico1eamedqatI2o'cIock. M. j I' G Teasdale Henry R I bd the owner of or shall give in a [oa).,, and nairue *" :\ ton,i
,. 'il'tail: 1.Lfivjq(arriye" in Sayan twin every TlamdayInUnM 3. Be it further ordained by tha antliority' aforesaid: Gue Francis L Tomlen Reuben_ account thereoflie she or they shall suffer suchHoe' coin?.
1 to couplet with Ute ;Charleston Boats whith that it ihall be lawful and it ta hereby made the' apeciii Gracexqui Mrs C Thomas Robert II r as the Mayor and Alderman may i impose providing.s S fl4milL.
: leave 1M .. ."eawg. \: dutyofthr City Marshal in the diyjtime. and the Goodman Samuel filI Taylor Clark said fine shall not exceed the sum of t6ndolUr Passage ftoni Patat*a PleoUtaand Black! Cre<:k, Patrol at night to atrest any offender aeaiast luis I H Taylor M K CO."r that aid fine shall be kvied,.iu manner u Itersiabs
Charleston "915.. Jaifreight; Pas- ordinance aud bring him or her up before the Mayor .
Ip i through o : or. Hntchinson Jnu L. Turners \ fore provided.: ]
.,'I cage. apply' to.capt'ysN.lt1oa beard.or to be dealt with aceorJing to this ordinance ; and if.I| Houston Geo II. Talbot Mm KI Sec 4. Be it further ordained' &c.. That tins or- .
... ',' ,M& B. COLE,Agent..Palaike ; any meinberoithe patrol or the City Marshal, nhall < Holbrook Dr Mote V in large or, dinanco is to take effect on the first day tf January
,4 'h .((4.VOLLINS.Altal81ackCre.k} knowingly permit any offender: hereof'logo without Henderson J Pinknoy Van Hook & V"D 1B44., Passed Dec 4, 184:1.: u-fU!
r t !.I.JIaltK AliDJZ.t.818BEE"; being arrested or repotted they shall suffer tine or im-1 Hurley-John SHpujton Van Patten Dr. C II & CO. W. A. FORW.\RD,1hJot. .. -
.. AiealJjekaonwville.BURT. prtsonme>> at tta discretion of the Mayor and H. Catalina B. DUMAS, Clerk. -"
: '' 4 "'* -- Alder-j nry Villalonga r ,. ... ,t -
S ,, }! :.i', I N. "I OEOI.\i&_AAI..Altea11.8..YaDuda...... .men.r... ,Pasted...: _,in Coniwil',..Jan oarj 2:11841. ,' HirrbWugiins 'VaPauznApielia. : "- c'o, ,'to"I ,< .
-f nhte2i-CEkift.-T.;; : vr Notice .
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just .icotter
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t'.1' Attests P. B DUMAS. Clerk of the Couiseil.c :
i k Cot' Crsellel
tlorton F William
:. Wright u _. hereby given That TWO MONTHS dfrejoala.
t, BAVEJU8T RECEIVED, 'per &" 'Hope. The 'Pl.t liter's Hotel, Howard Alexis Waahiogton Henry ER. & Co. IS the snbuciiber as Administrator of the Estate of aoktfnd _
Herbert Gilbert S. Weak John
.i abW. l1mebt'o
HUERTAS will .
': ; Uendrick WilliamVbipple Jameok his accounts the Honorable of the
H- 'STAPLE -to Judge CtfUkty
AND FANCYGOODS ,1n,& THIS ESTABLISHMENT the finest in hathaway Geo WVorden Warren per Sch. '
Court for adjustment stud! notice is furt'ergiven int'afl
hereby '
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: the citJ.eligibly situated two of the Hill William II. White James H desirable as
: that SIX !MONTHS Afterdate& I will apply fur
I rrin.I'
r 'cipal etaaud within a few yaid I IPub'ic Houston George Walton Chauncey
a final dismUnal as Mid Adttihustratfir: cl whiUi.
j near tho promenade of the houston Air Elias Muslins for
L : :' b.rt8 18 .J.N G 0 F- ; Square\snd } GeorgeVallen' : nil persons interested will please intake notice. Uartci
Wall, having been fitted at is J Col
-/f. up great expense now { Washington
JOHN M. FOiNTANE Administrator
) I A beautarohMiety of PRINTS :. open for the reception of visitors. l'he proprietor Jenkin Jamrs II Whitner Benjiimin, : JnneSG psiWe
Pink and WbiieTarlton MUSLINS; has nsed every diligence to render his eitablinhmentt Jenkins Lewis \VhittQn Joseph W of black cloth 5-
r Cotton, Mddrusnd; Linen Cambric H'DK'FS ; as free from the noise (a public houe Iff possible, : Jones Alfred H Vote F S. '
t- CoUCHi'HOSEi' {GLoVES; Satin RIBBONS; and to give every accommodation and comfort the Woodruff Joseph Notice, paperof
num'.lastia '14eang8jLIfbeantifulartcle' or RUGS; will coniir ne to receive so much of the public patronage Alareh 31st 1844.Drugs. abeatuiful: as- an interest.of one third in ear.b of the fblljin< a.d S
p D 'mtkSTOCRS'; 'Worsted CAPS and LACE. ; invalids and strangers, asvwill enable him to l Lots situated in North city and di*: njted in th& by'velflotcbl
___ : 'tj.4tU".SHEETING t' BLANKETS; to sustain the low price nt which he has ventured to and Medicines. plan thereof made by Jamos &1. .Could Surveyor
-CRAPES of alt$ desirable color ;. Oil SILK';. entertain'irwin. The table is constantly' suppliedwith I DR. F. 8. WELI.ER & CO. Lot A"and Nos. 3, 4. 5. 7. H.9. 10. 1 II. 121314.: silbsej
"Bl .ob'd.' Brewn SHIRTING; the choincst fish and game, with' bict. our wa to the. inhabitant: of St. 15, 16. IS, 19. 20. 21.22.23, 21, 25,2t3,27,2,2I.3)! Burl
I 'Brown' HOLLANDS I Swira. MUSLIN ; tars and woods abound,and no pains will be spared its vicinity that they have opened a Drug and : This interest is derived to the subscriber as devise
I'' Linen DIAPER Carpet:BINDING'; to render the stay of thoae who may favor it with I; cine store in this city, near Alesrs Can & ; < of his, Fnther Dr. 8.'S, Peck, late of St. Jobu's X'niiwarraj
L_ '.T pthtrf, within' awortmcnt 'of Thimbles, Nee their patronage, comfortable and pleasant. The Bar I tablishment, an J that they have on hand a whale County deceased, who acquired lbs wme by pw Bchhoe
.iles. Hooks aA4,< Eyes. W riling Pl'per. Perfumery, connected with the establishment is supplied J'lwhh ortment of Drugs Medicines. Perfumery &c. silk! hosiery I pom Gen. Peter S. Smith':-and all personsar* J T;
k aI4ip.ne bed rope- Playing 'cards.,'Bridles,. and the choicnst Wines and Liquors of every description.The They beg leave to assure the public that their la'eit style. cautioned against purchasing: anyof{ said Lots, with* 1'
many otiker.articles,which in addition our former prices of board are. very moderate.Jan of goods is fresh has been selected with in their hue to out the consent of the tubscr ber. I Set-
: S ..tock conslitates a complete assortment:of all! kinds in the city of New York, and will be and the public. S JOHN E.PECK.. .. l S'
F- I., 4if goods required fur:this. nurket and will be sold a 16.1844.Geo. tte niched. I Feb.3d. 1844. floss
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I "C.tqltO; t nil tbe times.. I/. fhillips The attention of planters and settlers is and muslins -. biodlijeeboi-
- ; )& ..27th! 1844. JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE AND NOTARY null invited to this establishment! which it is NOnCE: ,
PUBLIC. ed the,,will I find a uiatfr of convenience and '
IX weeks after due we will apply to the Hooabb u.stafTet. .
cluie on Cniversalisra.f tiiIt;;
1__ : attend to busmen connected with these '
& Co. Cboa .
WILL age.On Judge of the County Court of Coluiubh
I I ECTORES; on Uha-Unjvereatiam. By Rev. -lie will also execute all writings hand a variety of the standard patent .orti
for letters of administration the estate ofJusephKeen as
I JLil ;A.Wili'" MeClnre. Fourth Edition,enlarged. placed in his bands with neatness and correct. cines among which are the following ty Dec., '
of said coats:ied
) S Lee'i PilU ; G NF.- late county
I. The appearance ira, :fourth edition or the lee lieu. > Godfrey's Cordial
'- turel ii a matter,wf high misfaclion to'as.as we doubt His long exporu'nre in these Offices will be trusts Dalby' Carminative,' Hooper's Pills to an 5 MARGARET KEEN. BU
fiot it yill! to the: 'Christian public! ?They are the secure to bun a portion<>f patronage. British Oil, 'f owpton'. eye \ President of I Or-t.llth 1843.. JAMES DOUGLAPS flit
L i f1rodtlcionoa i ) |.shrewd. discriminating and O" His Court Day-The last Saturday in every lUrlaem Oil. '' Opodeldoc October 1843. Alligator pants!
r t iagieal, gifted with a keen preeeption of lie ludic: month-and his Office is on the battement floor of' Swaitu's Pnacea, Swaynes, syrup in a GLOVER'SVEGETABLE thuabll
.. l'oulaldiIYlrepnwera'oitire.; ; Tbe author is a,., Mrs. LOBIHO'S Houae. Hay's Liniment, cherry of the Gener I ,DR.
i- : Joufly' ulHsUr of his subject and grapples ,k' with St. Augutiue :30th March 1St... Brandreth's Pill, 'Alorrison's Pills, be re- AGUE AND ring*,
L j>erfcct''rnaaliue**. like one who confident in the i Turlington's Balsam Aldlnnn'. Eluer, and. on the lily"
1 I ( power of/truth: aad his own:''....ourc... with nothing Law Notice.TilE .Hcnry cabined Mag pinrn place will be FEVER MEDICINE, \ )icu,-
I I 4Ir the reserved: and timidity betrayed, bytr.any cocioyersKIiatewbO SUBSCRIBERS have formed a eo-pirt- neaia, genuine.IT be transport A CERTAIN: AND SAFE CURE FOR CHILL
never do battle un esia free retreat bip in the profession of Law, and will prarie < Dr.Weller will give his personal AND FEVER. IN ALL ITS COMPLICATED _
"'' fie 0'1'66 .- We the dispensing of nledic FORMS. REMEDY ,
Iotheiuca.eoffmergencT. firmly in the several Superior Courts of tin Eastern nea. ALSO AN EFFECTUAL
I'f:1 ", believe that'no man; has ever followed him in bit de- District of Florida. 'to wit, in the counties of St, SL -\uguctine., Nov. 27th 1843. General. FOR ALL THE VARIED FORMS OF INTERMITTENT teriiinnitf
( li..l'IIio'a.ad'' become a nniverulisf aflerwardc.Tbe '- John's, Mosquito, Duval, Nnuau Alachua.: Hiltsboonjh '. I AND REMITTENT FEVERS
I ; 8.. i, aud Col:imbia, and in the COURRTT ..Coan.or For' S: Ie. ,
.:<< Irony ie .fatally. cutting:j' "erfltl'oke'' draws St. John's, Alachna, and Colnuibia. Letters or Several tracts;of the most fertile MULES. CERTIFICATES.1I .
I : I I': ;, ; .tatUiaed istfao hof\\ the ''lant dage ;.l b diNer racy. Augastine. or Lonis AUrich New ansville, or to ber. They are' eligibly 'situated and hereby certify r that my" wife was afflicted; ;

! I r idi.miie.W <.l I p Jted.1'Kotone nutod. ,la k hundred Forward aad Aldndi,at either'pUco. Ba uwseou. .. old,a. bargain. .rari8rottand- art ': HEP.RICK.. chills and fever,which continued for.some timtte. *(
r 1 .,..W1a N' i ea' Qu" snob a 'work.-P wtf t' .. C1f'ilMa M r'FU. ., .T" December lit 1842. / Several valuable houses and lots in jDe, &c. arrested the chills and f-ver immediately and lie! &*' f ?
- ,j work Li ale .f tae keeaect, and most logics! WILLIAM A. FORWARD enioyed perfectly good health since that lima ST**
u for sa le low enquire of JOHN J. rid of friends and neighbors have since bees *:-.
i ...tirel' upon ,Univerntliaai, ever issued from the / LOUIS ALDRICH. I : _
Jan. 15
t ;. .:feair EnQ..s. 'pi i)." We.-4.nb&.wbe.ber. work tacked in ftbe.Mine manner, ind i; by my advice UP'.
I f' tr*s'ever J>nWibe It .oa'r<4af'""Dllae"i riificaUuuaii4: iaectrieable an I SUSAN MURPHY, Administratrix of the estate & Co. effect. In all cases a cure hasvbeen'efeete4
of Andrew Atkinson-- deceased do herebygive HEREBY GIVEN That at the next the of Box'-of Pills; thtt' '
t.u ..* te(be Univemtist. as these I>etures.. ,w. IS by ore a single ) theAgue
cultisetbese! '.taeiue out read the. to avail tbein NOTICE that I Mtr s.f the first'opportunity'.-.Zi".'. \faaUTk the County of StJolui. E. P.. to be held at the administrator of the Estate: of THOMAS *, &c. cheerfully recommend them as the best remedy whIr Itt
'I' '' ',reseat ejiti"'n' which the fourtli.J* pub Court Hoaxe. ;in/Oiecitr of St. Auguntine, on the first dec.will present/ his accounts to the Judge ia my knowledge for the cure of Agne and feter..
I I :Uie4.. Buy it and re"dt S it\ and if you have, a Uni.. I Monday in September net. being the2d day of 8ep- Court for adjustment; and Notice is hereby EKV. !'GEORGE F. HENUUCKSON.
.' \I ferulut .ebo1et4. 't to him.; You will find if ha tf'tub-r, 1844', shaM ,l'WtkeapJ'lication to the Judgeof er giventhat SIX MONTHS after date I w Pastor of .ibe Baptist Church at New -
i.a e* A douiC: dm be will,Surprised>> nt 'tbe fully" tueniJ/Coiuity Court orothftr persons charged I p'y for a 'final dismissal. said Durham. New Jersey. re
; t t.. gilll4c4iadengy. cf bis own' docUOie.. -.D, with UiftyOuties Ordinary (or tuy discharge from *hich.all. persons interested will please to 'thedeaIt
Forsa1eIy I MIV" U&J 4iImiiLzatvrship. tire. THOMAS BUTLER. SUry': BT The above' Medicine for sale by B." :
I '
/ Jan. '
: G, DltT. & Ca.i HUSAN MRRPHY. 301844. '
1: : & Co. CARR
i I I I .'.,Mmi. Sdil814.<'. /7 Adn.i.Andrew of the Atkinson Estate of Dee., F ; Sale, Lease, or Rent Made Clo1hiBg. .

: ( Ms rh S3J 1814.Ambroia1, ALTOGETHER OR IN PARTS TO
!: ,". Xet ice,. APPLICANTS. A DESIRABLE apartment of ready nu! Mar
w ,2dh.cytidaIl( persoas frooftrespaisiar ( Shaving Cream. Property called POINT HOPE Sugar. ,Coffe for spring and summer use 'n"WM.nf *
S V Wty la ..ar ..nnner. eeuliog.. on Q r Mrveyiaraaaiafl g A. Miperiar article. I THAT ,..i'. Pont. in*fine or. Coats Jackets,-Pants, Wests, Silk Linen and c UDA<

.r .ay fiae.Mr thrwuU. BIG WETUM. ORIU3 TOOTH.Pr\8TE. It consists: of a two story Dwelling House, R"& o. shirts,jnst received- and for sale by. Co.
It" UAItIJlOC "'Pabilteee ,{twe.. A p.PUL41..leueUentfjSenlritiee. forclcaniui : long by IS in depth, containing six rooms' GEO.,BURT. ,& -
\i '. oae,jrtere era...dIne dttmn. *eMj'dZUJ. the leeth. bardeaic* ...guuw and purifying: Kitchen and other small buildings; Abo a &c. March 18th 1844. v jTVotice.
hush wb,:, **"ruJ4IdMeWdirl"l the, bteatb-for tale by. -i* I feet by 12; good Overseer House; CCHT and T1DAT

I I : D.FERNANDEZ. br.F. S. WELLER A Co. : stables. fort
TUOMA4 ZAED WITH May6l844.Uams There are 37 acres # .f persona having or :;;
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with about300 COM
trees. ption ef.soap } & ,of John Forbes late of the
NSTIC3V Cried. Beer; Lard. Ac. The tide can not encroach upon the land water of St.Johns Deceased. are required'presfat.to .ibis
\ ,...allile. Ham remarkable for.
A LL p.rn. baviaf du..; r 4eaiand4 .gatast 1000 salubrity. oil the undersigned, within two years from this pCfJIIIItherwl.e
jth........n; '& ;Ittn el vt'tK'Coanty pieces dried Beef. For Term apply on the premi e.... they will be forever barred and all I per**? Wbhi1i

.kr.W'II, zmw'vI ""'t ' Si-. r....by Caw,aad.awee tadelAed w U piewe I py91'iittu -
Now ia Store from ScU. Marion, JUST RECEIVED and for sale at the article SANCHEZ.
smedtTap7atl.. B E.CRR&C.. store by. sed.
Administrator with the will an;
/ D- K. CARR, AdtruDwtrato/. ,
Jan.'30. 1911. ,(: fit A4i!ustino, ?J April Jt H. Dr.e F. S. WELLER,&' & Co.. I St. Augnsfine" E. F.' Dec. 18th 1843.

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