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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: June 24, 1845
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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't LIST OF LETTERS Tilt compelled to ship In small flat bottom boats : Fran the Raleif Register. THE CONSEQUENCES OF WAR .
Rtmalni n in the Po t Office at Augustine, n1j) J s And whereas, with a mall appropriation often I The following beautiful Allegory, describingan The .following picture from the Jour.or ..
i Florida" on the Slit March 1645, which if ARtrdr thousand dollars, the Chipola could be made Annular Eel ip ywas written by the lute H. though ironical presents in ,attong \colors Use

not taken out in three months, will bo sent a. ax: zm'MaA: navigable for the largest class of pole boats, as 3. Elenwood, ot this State, many years ago, for coasequenceawhich flow from war. War, all
to the Dead Letter Office, In Washington, D. ts rvBLnucnvrcmr TOUOAT, high up as Mariana, in Jackson co nt1-- I oar paper, and was subsequently copied into almost minds,'fill admit, it an evil ,0C the worn kind i

C. m D ciaa;: iuAT A K Be Received by the Govcrtoand IsgjtA- author is nu more, but this chaste and beautiful bicb.e'eacuatlyleads to war. We mean the
; FOUL DOLLARS : .
TL E AS SUM, tar
Anderaon Lear, King JamesAndr' ADTAKCt the Council of the Territory of hrida.. That effort of bb pen deserves to be perpetuated. ,aggressions aDd outrages another, goiern*
Aidctua Gt"UrF' L I I FIVE DOILABI AT Tnt csooritfCYCAt..itfrerfuemcaffinMrted our Delegate: in Congress be, and bets hereby ment upon our own. Since war is such an evil,
Jfstpb' k nc ... ifiam F 3 .t tine Dollar per tll"Orrlrfll. MARRIAGE OF TilE SUN AND liGON. it is
should be
that its
( N 2 for the firtt ion and ., requested' to uxs hb beat exertions to procure necessary consequences
14ttte U-E.. insert 7ft Ci
Margaret C. eorte Do know that veJJing has Happened on .
Andreu SAl LofiinanTiicmaaBl or each .nbscgti.utune. Lonrer ad vmi.ro en(.ia the said re>appropriatk, with an additional you a considered by, all governments before they.; attempt
AldrithDr.L.Laurence G.ArU loe"i. Johu II proportion aiid hit ono will be cnntldered less than a sum of fire thousand dollars, to be applied as high to interfere with, or claim that to which
WaJiinptonAbbott Lonrcy Jr,**. ph ''I"a re. A discount made to tko.. who adtertiae was originally intended. And who were the parties united 1 they nave no ri t.. Bad as war with England,
e y DC the 'Twas the Sun and the aluenl In the balls of the would be submission her and
Capt R M Locke Mrlancthon by the tear tuitbcr Resolved: That as soon as to usurping uojuat
B MOrel foregoing preamble and these resolutions shall sky. claims would be worse. Iii our duty to defend
.ten C. L. G. Man Thomas ---- hate been adopted, a certified cop thereof be They were Joined, and our continent witnessed I our own, Ici what will come, and in this .spirit
lloMen D E3 leniU hthan F 3 ACTS forthwith transmitted to the lion. David Levy, the tie, !only would a nation ever be justified in ;resoruin
nltd John Moss IAWIIBrnb PASSED D'r TilE LEGISLATIVE COUNCILor our Delegate to Congress No continent else was invited. to arm
Joseph U 2 3Iorriaoa Thoa 5 THE TLimofcr YLOLDLAt JAppiorcd! January 29tb, 1945. lET us GO TO WAR.-John Dull wants flog-
I lUuJThomaaIJoiin ltteekay: CoL G"o 2 ita Twentjr-thild tscacioo s Their courtship was tedious, for seldom they sing...lets give it to him. He's insolent-let's.
Charles ANehemiah Duller A W Begun and held in Ta lahata e,Jan. Cth. 1S4S.Ptillnltd NO. XLI. met, flog him. lie, is spreading his powers in ,ai'|
Vauley 1: E Mraucy 111orte Domingo William HMareen ly Authority.NO. Preamble sod Ke olation' *. Tcte G telt",whiff! long centuries glided ; Quarters of the world. Ilia armies are all over
C more 1:1'rCh WncntAf, the donation made by the General !;: But ibo warmth of bas love abo could bardlyI t tno earth bit ships nil over the water, and bis
Cram.. XXIX. Government to the late Marqub de la Fajrette.1 I I forget merchandise; all over land and, water. LelV
Cow.nsP mtiniGMplM Henry MaireThotnaaMaraaand Mj'eraThotnfS An ACT to annex apart of Jtkron C.,enty !"s Cal- of the first township in range one, north and j|1 I For though distant; afar' be could smile on her flog him. It will cost us a few hundreds ol

Collins AtigtMua Mr. Frederick loan county cast, in thi Territory embraces the s.xteenth; ycu sbinanda few hundred millions of dollars
Clark JuhM D Merrill Uoard \V Sccrion 1. He it enacted ly the Governor end section of the said township, whereby the in. I I Save when_ Earth the fond couple divided. and a few score thousands of lives. It will turn
um..U'I' F N Lsgitlalitt Council tf the 't'erritory cf Florida, habitants thereof nave been deprived of the society upside down, Cite rowdies and robben-
Clarke Lieut John U Nice George WPrevoit 1"h.tlla much of Jackson County as If contained f.rivilrees extended tu the inhaitants of all But wb> so prolix courtship and why the upper hand, and entail upon us an aristpc-" >s>
Cuhorn Mrs Martha I' within the following lirni, to wit : brgia. lic land throughout the Union. So long WM postponed: their connection 1Thit racy of military beroes tor another balf centu.
Carter W A Lewis M. ning on the ApalachicvU l river at .the North aide DC it therefore Resolved by the Senate pUb-I the bridegroom was anxious 'twcre vain ry. All the better: for that. John Bull needs'o,
L'roroip GeorgsCumrniag 1'og eDburc Herman of the town of Oche e.u,, thence alone the IIou.cof Representatives ot the T I to deny, flopginand he ought to have it. .Wo want a
Jubn John Noble it Rottfn.lJ'icl.M n"fil.3hr, South iiJe.of the cdi-ral road to U'4",0.Fir. .Florida That our Delegate in Congress be, and Since the heat of his passion pervaded the sky ; Hogging too, and ,it would do. us good. We
Cumming U Itetd Mary rr on the Chipola titer thence running dueVnUn be ia hereby requested to procure for the inhabitants But the bride was renowned for reflection. want bleeding as well as John Bull ; so let u!*
Uni.Ifi; m Dlt Richard Jnhn C t Watbington county line thence! .ouln of said township the privilrreof locating I have ire Let us turn to, and have a real Irish
'en! Mr Henry Rennw WitJeyUichard along raid line to the line of Calhoun cc.untI. cUewhcre of a section in place of the Doiides, 'tis reported their friend were all vexed knock down. Who is going (o hate John Bull
liou.ghsn James Use ath and along the 5eiJ lIne Bait :o the Apalachicola sixteenth ecton! granted: by the Government to''I ; set his lion, to growling at us across the water
Duilum I) H S river nod along laid; river to the bcgtnr.ing, the late Gen. LFayette.. to be for the benefitof The match wan deemed somehow unequal ; : We'll slop his noise, if it u by thrusting our
Ullnl'am"'lIr3 .Cbaanan Jraealr shall from and nfter the passage of ibis act, the 'Inhabitants cf said township. And when bid to tho wedding,each made some own heads down his throat. Who is going to
DummitCuJjiil S..Ih JunV3 trim' and cons itulc a fait ol Calhuun c.c.unty Paused March llth 1315. pretext spend nil his life in merchandizing and manufacturing
l).rlmg Ann II., tH..Le J,j'jn! C. and the inhabitant the n of shall cnj-.y all the To decline, till the lovers, worn out and per and lecturing and preach ing and printing .
I:. Ptei'rn Albeit nBitunti rights" and pruil ccs ill the other ii.batiian; NO. X 1.11. pleJird I JVb'J wants to- hear this everlasting talk
f.niferiftn Ciutlci S tlrOll'; *Lieut JKnuUaroh F. ol raid couut,', und Ltf subject to all!! the lairs Praamh! and Re-ont on. Were compelled: to clop, in the sequel. I about conscience and reason- aDd wright and
I ID
r.Mjjli.to:
in RobettKtrntt C ""fcr"i..akl county. WntitA*, it h dr9irabl to afford mail tacitit wrongs The world has become state and ;insi
: Mr 1 UtUcec tiabatahnlanna Mi.. Diary Apj.rotcd March 10th, If 13. tiC1lo alarge portion of Walton county, which .Mir and JuplUr never such business couM pid. The ships ought tu be all captured and'
r entt Morris John is now s'totr from such facilities Therefore.Be bear, .the elites battered down, and the world burned
Umborongh: Francis t+and.rz.alacio NO. XXXVI11Preainbla It Revolted by the Governor anti Legislative So they haughtily kept themselves from it ; up to that we can start again.! There would b*!
r until U'ii.onSanehntJno.J and Iteulutioa Council of tho Territory -lurida.1'hllt I I' rcAId.eIt at such M di taucu he could_ nut fun in that ; some interest-something ..to. talk,
fie miti r Jame WUCBCAS it has Lion the policy of Ibo Cc". our Delegate; in Congress be requested to rn be there: about Thn ncwaphpors arc not worth, reading.
I'i*hlr! Doctor Augtutm 2 U crnmcnt of the United States, t Frrmudrz Ali"'j Jo.el p.li ttLerG' t. money ftrtbc iuiprocnntit of such rhcnat route now existing between I.riannand Kucbccni By the bands of a trust-wurthy Comet. and the terrible explosions only go to killing

2 VilUlonta Manuel water \cty Lugs tracts of fertile land, the as far as the town of Geneva, in the half a dnz n or so. We want to see men mowed .
Canvas Ciue! F Alargariltt \VWahlntton same being inure fully and ntauirstly C"U.hl ttrnton State of Alabama. One only dim. pale Planet of Planets the least. down in long battalions, and artillery trains .
Gw1e J Mr Ol Ilenr/ 2 well with llic ititrtcHt 1.1' tho liutcrntnciil us Approved March 7th, 1515.ICO. Condescended: the nuptials to honor ; dragged over them before they are dead. We
II \vuiait.. If ItWorfon with taUtO! eta. etch district cf ciiuntr) ; And And thai scented like flkulliog away to the East,I I want to have squadrons of horse trample on
Matt U..i3n tir. V VVi1di whtrea Yellow shiver in it. course thrtnijih XL.IU.Re &>teaser!:rt it was Mtrcuni. acting as Priest, men dying but not dead and see the blood spin
.. .. ...a II 9 \ U rn. \\l the 'l'errilury of Florida, u ad the continuum Rrrnlu' 'inn. I I Somo: fimma jxejung ; sliarnaanbet I I when they tread on living Hearts, and see inc
tld"r"nu >Mr.lleinvJohnJun'r.. 'VINed\\.0.u. K 1 cuuotk"N N \I..bdlllaIt.1ltoCS| through importantbfvlku I it Resolved by the Governor nnJ Lrghla- I vultures 'feed on the richest sort of carrioaVe .-

1 \.aUfn &ar.t.J Itu: ...et. f of Icrtile lands nhtch ate jut in a nrvjt I i.nc live Council of the Tenitory of FlorMa' That .. Earth in silence rejoiced as the bridegroom and \ want wherever seen head to break it ;
JM.CA II,1 \\'.!! ': 111JAtN'1 *a uru unuuticud ,...1 have rM\cr. uccnbrougm Ibo CiwtimiMiorMrr of the city of TalUhaeetuccrd bride, wherever a heart beats to stop it; wherever there
'.*.. nlukdnd MIM..,.. the hilt i.l{ is beauty, to deform it and wherever there
Ih ::u\ta 1Vai.nu'rbnture forthwith to dispose of the land and In their natural embraces would linger ; ; i*
Ito;. John Weeden Mr Mary K:ahun of anal ,n\ur trust the Alabama: Hue t" t loti tct4.ngn; to the Territory, and which Whilst careering through regions of light at his urdcr, to bring in chaos. We can't bear these
J' nn-nti 1 I... I S J 1'ite.11'a'binton I tlt' mouth of said tivnr' a distance of niu.iv il Here granted for the erection of the! Capitol so 1 I I side, rt'JtrainlsWhich are called civilization. MTbis i i.*
| M I Y Minp. \\'i1Ii"tn, slip l :', would tend M mikc lalcahle large Unknot t alto clear up and settle the affairs of said :,t She displayed the bright Ring not. a world too mine and that is yours." We want to owr
I' C. XVI.>' TltA "',"Imuter. land 'lying upon sail n 'i-r, "h cb would I office ns early as practicable.Approved wide" nothing, and rob for every thing. This world

All Ordinance to provide for defraying otherwise lor a lung tune remain valuclctftto .-ebruar11ilb. IS 15.NO. Fur a conjugal pledge on her linger.lIc.ncefc1rlh has swung out of itsorbil, and come too near to-
to the (jotcrnincaland dcs.fiutc: of the popula what they call br.aven.Ve want to swing ii
the expenses of the city of St. lion which it is ty inure intzndtd: to support : XLiV.Preembleand : these Orbs to all husbands and as for the other way until it comes hard by if
Augustine. I It And whereas, it is well accrlaiucd that the expense Re* lntnnA. wives not all over in, the internal regions. If we cut

C 11' OUDAINCD b. the Mayor and Aldermen of rendering said river D.1\ ,able, LI a. \\.nclut. the admission ol the Territory of Shine as patterns of duty, respected ; do no more, wo want to fight old mother Eng.
B ol. the citycf tit. Au iiMineTliatit shall not I, said, would be small and inconsiderable,Ctim Iowa aa a suercign State of the Union wonld All ber splendor and glory from him she de. land and flog her and gel flogged ourselves ;
pared with the benefit to be derived therefrom in our if Florida is I I I and when are both well. ..
.b*.lawful l for aUf person or |crn>ni to *ell or offer for opinion not at the tame rives, we flogged oigh t
tie,within the lunitt fir tlw said city or in any man Ly the Government, by the Territory, and by time admitted viveen undue preponderance' And SA shows to the world the kindness lie death 'then make a treaty and have somethingto
au di.po. I all that part of Alabama which must naturallysend in the national C+uncils to the northern and I gives, talk abouu-Jour.of Com.1I011TICULTCRE..
tiaouespirituous, milt 01 other intoiicalm liquor in its produce to matket upon these waters ; non-slat cbolding Sate?, and tend to destroy I I I Is faithfully prized and reflected !
ten quantity than one quart ; nor tu hue or keep a inasmuch the only serious obstructions coniktof that balance of power which ever ought to I. .
Billiard Table; Nine Fiuor Bowling Atlejr.tecliuically I ..i rafts of floating timber nut diflicult tube prevail between the conflicting and sectional I I B7 :MRS. LYDiA H.SICOURNCT.
MealUd. Shuffle Douel.or any other place or publicaDement removed, and it being well known that the interests of Iho Republic : And whereas, e TMEFLAKE OF SNOW.i If the admiration of the beau\ifullhings of
without first ha.m( obtained a 11C: ncerr.rur said ntcr ia capable of affording autfickiit .a. are warned by facts and circumstances m..t j I Tbe following from one of the old English nature' has a tendency to soften and refine the
ter fur both barges and steam boats ataU..a. : significant, that the inferest. and institution poets, is exquisite.. It is 'the very esccnce tf fan. character, the culture of them has a still more
SCO.. It ahall not bo lawful for any person or peralai It was addressed to lady whose bo Dud It takes th-
eitubi- sons! the year, from the bay of black Water peculiar ourselves and the tiouth generally, '( cy. a upon powerful abiding influence.
other
DooiahowaaUht to open any place of'bir mM Theatrical or j japglery or, without fir tkifinguhuined in which it empties to the Alabama line as will be roiled with renewed vthemence& and tom a flake of snow fell and melted :- form of an affection ; the seed which we nave

therefor the like licence, for which he.be. aforesaid.: Therefore that it is a duty which we owe to our Southern The envious snow comes down in haste nur edlhe tree of our planting under 'who.!
.or they hall pay for each end every such eihibi- Be it Ketolvrd by the Governor and Lcriila brethren of the Confederacy generally wells To prove thy breast less fair shade we sit rtth delight, are to us as living' ,
boo the sum car Fire Uoltara. Any person or peri na live council of the Territory of Florida, That to ourselves to seek and gain admission. to But grieves tu oc itself t surpassed loviuJ friend In proportion to the care we
awning or ooeapying a buna or lot of ground, who our Delegate in Congress be instructed to ute the Union a* an independent State. In order And melt into n tear. have bestowed on them, is the warmth of our
1I..1Ia"0" such 'I'bratticJ or other eihibitiont, his test endeators ablain of regutd. Theynro also gcntlo and perswblYutf'aeherBot' '
my to an appropriation( that we may have our due weight and just share P "
haw Noah's
aitowa) ,alight of hand or jugglery<< to be held or ei hit- fourteen thousand dollars by Congrea fur the of influence in the Congror of the United I says Messenger, we can His goodness who cauacih the suu ,
led thereon without UCla licence shall be liable, on improvement the navigation ot Yellow rj,. States ; And although the individual 1 interests beat that any time. Look here: to shine and the Jew distil ; who forgets not lit /
coot'klion 10 a fine of lwenty* ve dollars Down her white bosom rolled the tear tender buried vine amiJ the snows and icetiKwinter
cr. of ihe of Florida who but
tiE9.:hVence 3. Acy peiaoo of the or persona desirous mentioned of obtain!in the DC it furtbrr Resolved, That copy of the people from the desolating, and are ruinous jmt effectsof recovering We know it hadn't oughter, but bringcth forth the root long bidden
m far
ta any purpo.e. Until at laM-at last-oh.dtur from the of into vernal
,
man splendor or
foregoing preamble and resolution be certified Indian well from eyes
Irit aection of this Ordinance, shall pay tberefni the a protracted war, as as very ,
/HOM ing Tax to wit by the proper officers of both Houses and forth. gcQcrsJ and seven (pecuniary embarratments Her start was wet as cols! autumnal, fruitage. ,
For licence to.ellvinousspirituonsmaltorotherIateawatitig with transmitted to the Honorable David Levy might, perhaps be better advanced by remaining Whew I Give us the quill and tho pot of ink The lessons learned among the works of aa
liquors,at the. rate of Twenty Dollar per our Delegate in Congrrst.Approved still longer in a Territorial Government, RUM. There-put 'em in type : ture are peculiar value in the present agf.
Aaaum. February; tb, 1615. yet in view of the more important and para. A stray snow flake tell on her breast., The restlessness and din of the railroad principles &
For a licence to keep a Dilhard Table at the rate of mount interests above suggested and believingthat I It which pervade its operations, and the
it drift
thought was a
Tony Dollar Annum. spirit of accumulation: which threatens to corrode .
per NO. XXXIX. the of Florida '
and !
people are ready willing But its sad mistake
>> soon it found ,
Fora licence to Nine Pin or Bowling Ally,
keep a sensibility, nre modified
r every generous by
I'reawble lad Kcaolutiona.WncBEift .
: to make: and all reasonable sacrifice for
any And her
Shuffle Board or other place of public amD.emeat.lUbe run down on ihiftl liweet. of .
the the
any friendship quiet plant. The
The town of Milton in the county I the general good ; Therefore,
etc rate 4.of Any Thirty person DotUr or pervone per Annum.who shell violate of Santa nasa from its position and ad rants. i. Resolved That it it expedient; and proper in A SUCKER AT THE PLANTERS.The toil, the burry, the speculation, the sudden reverse -

10r of the provision* of tbi_,Ordinanc ,ehIl, on eon ICS in a commercial point of view has become our opinion, that Florida should be brooghtinto other evening. a traveller from our sitter which mark our own times, beyond any
ti 'Ida and every offence, the trade of itouth"Alabama' : and West Flor State at the same time that Iowa shall be admitted : salutary for va to heel the admonition of
fiCC. 6. Alllieense.shall bear date on the Lest day ida : And whereas, great inconvinicnce now i' city and put up at the Planters' 'HouvHe our savionr and take instruction from the lil
January first of for the issuing of rose betimes next morning, and discovered that lies of the field, those peaceful denizens of the
or day July results from the fact that it is not a port of en Resolved That our Delegate in Congress be
*kich the e'erk.b 1 be entitl! 4d to a fee of one dollar. and his boots were missing. Somewhat alarmed at bounty of IIeaven.'llurticulture .
try delivery. Tborefore. in of Iowa b admitted seeks "
requested cans ,
: or
lobe the the and Ii. the supposed lOt-lor his understanding, nod half '
paid by party obtaining ajtoe. DO has been pronounced by medical
lie it resolved the Governor" l> .
by gitlatlve admission to the Union to use his utmost endeavors
anp
caaca baU issue fur a left period than tit tnonlhe." attired.. be rushed into and through the passages, men, as salutary) to health, and to cheerfulness
8 EC, 6. The Ordinance entitled ** An Ordinance Council of the Tt'rritorr< of Florida. That to procure tho Dating* of a law admit shouttn; for a"waiter" at the top of his voice, of spirits and it would seem that this Ib,'.'
vUting the mode or granting and Issuing hceneeetit our Delegate In Congress be requested to pro. ting Florida altO tote Confederacy! and to % to the ot the sundry ; .
the sale oftinotie. s n rrt....., molt or other {I.. cure the immediate passage of a Law ca ablhb. endeavor to Introduce into the same a pros isi. gentlemen great in annoyance the who young in the ory might be sustained by Ibo happy countenance
story are
of'those who use
to'lQti"lliqaort." pa ed 23J June 1836. be Del the ing. A srpcnvte Port of entry and delivery at ion for the future division of the State, which babit of .lHpUtJ upper/ it o$'." Doors wereoprned it asa relaxation rron.-
..aie it hereby repealed. the town of Milton I and that a copy nerwvfbc will secure to u the right of ultimately' farming and slammed inlnd, the excitement of bunnessor the exhaustion.tttudr.
too
ago muttering And if be who devotes his leisure to
164::;. ,
IB Counot29lh|: )March transmitted toour
Delegate Ia Conprtit. and a two States out of present Territory a* was:
suited 'for have. been heard
not ears polite might ,
GOULD. the culture of the works of nature, benefits him
I,13. Mayor. copy to the (ion. the Secretary cf the United contemplated and secured to us by the treaty ol
the the "fuss.
Auttit 8.J. gioci, Clerk or the Council. States. hundred and nineteen with on learning cause of self he who beautifies gurden for the eye u!
At>riHtt845.ii eighteen Spain. At length the Sucker" found a servant and the community, is surely a public bcnefactoHo *-
,Approved February: 13th 1945. Approved January 27th, 18&:;. demanded bis bunts.linosboots 1
Ceuuiy Court fit. Jonas Instils into the bosom of tho man of for 1
C OHH t V. NO.-XL.Preambi ACCOMOOATIXC DOTH WAYS. yes sir !what number,sir 1" world, panting with the gold fever, genii- !
The New York Tribune has the (following asked the obsequious; attendant. thought, which do good like a medicine H.* ;
18 HEREBY GIVEN, that all Esecnt- and Resolution.
NOTICE TV P at.Ot".t-col.\ Graham has abdicatedand The Sucker" looked rather dubiously for a cheers the desponding! invalid, and' makes th- ,
... ,. .", Guardiana and Truateean \\ fTr&EAt, In on act entitled MAn act for the
required' te echibil their aoconnta and roucheraatU cprojlction cf certain In Robert"Alorris assumed the Pottmastcrsbip. moment but brightened up as he answered eye of a child brighten with more i intense hap
< Jane Tern of: ibis Cooit All defaultera wiQ UMU Tctfuorr of 1'iorkIa, Pprovod impr.ovemenU 24th the It ft said that Morris on taking possession, ** pegged soles and heels, and number trcflriSt.lAvU ,."- piness. He furnUhes pure aliment'' for that

with according, to law. 1843," the Congress of the United February.States did looked around the post-otfee at the different Retnll taste which refines character arid multiplies '
E. D. GOULD. appropriate the sum of five thousand dollars do on. and said simple pleasure. To those who earn thier sub f.t.
:' Judge County Court, for removing, obstructions Ibo Chipola river S. Well Colonel you have a good many ways PJUTI.IO MAcnrat-On the high roads of Japan sbtanceby laboring hb grounds, be stand *.
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April 7ih 1845.Ubt et.Joboa' Coaa.,. And wberca*,.'ihe great increase of population of getting In here: ,every Mountain, hill,..or cliff is consecratedto in the light of a'benefactorThe kind!iodu '
.. Yes answered Graham. aod also whom elelS try 'which. be promotefi ia favorable to,firapjf
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weeka[ aotic; reoniaiia before any aceonntapaaaed. Into that acc* a.cJ' country threuch whack Mid a good some divinity to ua are required '
; b. Six root notice'nce'#ary beronJVi11J11'f river passes, renders in oat 1ration. desirable, many ways of gttting oat' I to address long, pro crs., As this would eccupy city and:virtue; -: f ,'
Ich,reed. there being.at,this time large quantities of lorn. too much time fort tuose who &are lu haste a ma : f'
AM U Taint a od Scrubbing f u.b", ber, cotton, and other' produce, made ousaid ..hetr>"" y-bnd
.. DnAie, teiafallaaotltnsatwithoot Bruahea. Shoe sad Fly river adjacent to ]ltl .waters: t. .st) t.toevita.I middle' of next work,' an iron plate set into the lop, The' turning: father stair at home ca'wbea.tlleyan..ocJla :l'I
.eb.. Handle at retaiUB.E.CARR.ACO. biT find its way down said river,at a heavy ex. .Sir, you will much oblige me by so doing< ,as rouud alibis plate, upon which the prayet It' grt.land 'drink: 'When they are I net dry: 8mi:
l< #- peatftio Ibe shipper, besides great risk of lots I have a note to pay in the bank on Saturday engraved, M d"cmcd.rquiimlcot to'' repealing'I ruins health and. makes fools of all her''ful

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:I NAVAL REFOKM. Ws tan KM M to._tetters frosa late com. Frsss is*flaw Orleans Picsysas. THE BLACK TARIFF OF IMt .
Mucb bss hmi been said lately abooltho t bets of t" London Lssgsjs.-ta. Journal of the PUBLIC PATRIOT, Among the fanasruot daUst Hut will devolve The rlctnt dismissal of Lieut. Hurst (or the
tal I apprentice jtetn in tome of the '8ew.pa Free Traders of England I OX-A* Actrrt ALttoliAyuy.Thomss apse tH next Qaogress will >e the repeal oressexuial crime of fighting a duo), provoked by himself
t per, and as usual the officers of the navy Gcx. McDprnx. JfTersoo Washington Jones was yes. modificatioa of the existing UriC and with an inferior officer nnder his own command .

I are ubusod for not keeping Uup at Intended bjr A bound copy ot the League bavleg been for terdsy brought befois the Recorder, on the Never did there esbt"upon tteptatute book we trust may be taken as an earnest of

F the act of Congress. It it *ell, therefore to warded to Jen.; UcDuf&e fcy George Wilson charge ol ftstberiag a crowd sad creating a more unjust or mere prejudicial to the agriculuralatxl a uniform purpose, on the part of the Presidentand .
; mention thefoflowing facts, which speak for Esq* Chairman of the Couocil of tee League, disturbance ibssvcniag previous at the corner other working interests this broad the Secretaries of the Navy and War. to f.
themselves) so plainly that other ex pi tuition the former has returned tbo following acknowl. of St Charles and Cranes streets. Union. Look at thecoodilionot the sgnculturalSlates. dilm.aU .cen,who rosy reader themselves .
would be tuperfluous. edgcroent : I Mr. Tborms Jefferson Washington Jones b a While their products uch as wheat. guilty of the equally stupid and wicked of. ..

Since theptusageof the law of Concrete, eslablhbing M WasfttiiOTo, March H, 184.5.S. gentbtnun of a full habit but scanty ward. .corn and bacon bring the very lowest prices in sfjce. Of the parties involved In the present J'
I 1 the apprentice system In the navy My dear Sir :-1 I have ju.t received jour robe-P/Htof patriotism bu\ minus means. eLlIs manufactures of iron, wool, and*cotton affair, L'MUI. Hurst was tho only one who bod
f that body raised a law providing' for the grad.ual friendly and flattering letter, requesting me, in M lo whet manner did the pris.nrr gather a 'II'command prices nearly high as they ever did. ret returned home, so as to afford the opportu
4 reduction of all the grades of the entice, the name ot the Council( Antl-Corn Law crowd I" said the Recorder, "or bow create a This b the result of the Whig tar iff ol 1843-a ally of calling upon him for aajlbiag. to besaid

by stopping all promotion atnongtt the officers League of U.eat Britain, to acceptT'a copy of disturbance 1" measure pasd by the Whigs, (or the benefit In eitenuation of his conduct. A similar
until l the complement shall be .decreased to the first volume of the league, as a testimony Why, ho was n-cuttio up all kinds of di of heavy joint stock companies. call will be made upon the res, on tkelranIvat
what it was on 1st January, 1840;and provided of their esteem, founded upon tbe services I does" said the watchmau.talkin' about Look at its practical operation. The New tome, and we doubt not that they will find
that no more than 7,000 teamen should' bo employed have rendered to the great cause ofFice Trade Annexation and Oregon, and all that, and cussln York Evening Post mentions an Invoice of me. that they have no lenient ordeal of judgement
In tho navy. From these Itws, although with all nations. In accepting ibis gratifying the Mstorical Society, I thinks bo called tel buttons recently arrived lo the city of N. Y. to pUt through. For Dueling, we trU3t that
tho treaty Washington lm, beon parted since, I token of their consideration and regard 1 big i I iu- These buttons are worth in England, the place we shall never hear of any indulgence, any
by which wo bind ourselves to keep up a squad tbe council to be assured that none other could S. I protest spinal any charge made by that whence imported. lust 118. The duty or tax on toleration, by our present administration. has
rnn of 80 guns on the const ot Africa and other have been selected more acceptable lo me than individual bring recorded against roe,"said the these buttons one hundred and eighty dollars a crime which no circuautance* ought (10 be per.
ndillons have been ma do to the necessities thb authentic record of early and successful la. prisoner; **he has nritbei capacity to under. the Whig tariff fixing an arbitrary valuation mined to excuse, in either of the two branches

the navy, the last Congrc refused Just bt'forel bore of an nsvocblion which (runs iu com. stand my position, nor patriotism to appreciate upon them. The cost of these buttons at tor of the military service. Without calling (or
their adjournment In March last to nccde. Ol mcnccmcnUl have regarded with the deepest in. it ** the New York merchant pays tho duty, b, of too harsh und sudden an ex post /isefo appliesv.'

course out of the 7,000 men and boys only a t rrtl. as being destined. to produce a funds lie is a municipal officer," said the Recor. courser one hundred and uinety-eiithl dollirv; I tioo of the rule we trust thai at least in all fu.

due proportion of apprentice boys could bit mental chntijp: in tbe commercial policy of der. and lam bound to receive his statement. add his profit, twelve per cent, aud the cost b ture eases it will be inexorably enforced. It is ',

taken. 1 Great UriUin,*bleb cannot but be followed by a Then if such be one of the streams through two hundred and seventeen dollars for an article full time. Away with this wicked nonsense.
Another r"hiontbich requires reform, b ih" corresponding change In the policy of all tbe which justice glow.," replied the prhoocr" af which costs only eighteen dollars where it b Let the most effective detenlng restraint bera.
system by which the United titatt-s vowel I. nf commercial nations on earth. Since the 3avi be bo one of the conduits through which law made. Cannot any man see, with half: an eye, forced, with an absolutely unrelaxing certainty.Let .
wararo fitted In the most expensive; manner fort our of our fallen race sent forth his chosen apos. it administered, justice necessarily necus filter. that when ho b purchasing a lot ot the.e but. every officer thus about to make a fool or a
>ea crvta,tent \u perform Hint service. and tics to preach the sublime doctrine of .I'caco on ing-law requires a lest Impure course. If it tons he pays twelve prices instead of one I-or wretch' of himself by any manner of partici-
when they return from fcrforriung It in rvrryrespect Earth and good will to nil men,' no human asso.ciatioti I, please you however let him proceed and in other words that be pays twelve dollars for potion lea duel whether as principal or second
in mo\l earn, better pirpwn-d to return has been formed. In my opinion bvtter. Heaven help *Republic I My r' This appeal I what ought to cost him only one dollar 1 Now 1 know that in the very act be resigns hit commit

and remain: another cruise at sea, they are strip calculated to promote the peace, prosperity, ho accompanied by a reverential twist .1! his if tbe firmer received a proportionate Increase lion neser to brcentred. and we shall not hear \
pcd, laid up in ordinary, and in a few months and happiness of all nttions than the Free eyes upwards." fur his work, or the laborer for bis, of course much more of the practice among them. This
brought u: to the wharves and rrwiireJtHttn Trade Lenguo of (treat Britain. A system of The Reorder told the wa'.chnun: to go on they m'gbt afford to pay this enomous tax, but, is expected of Mr.Polk by all Ibo sounder feeling
expense little below nnc.third of their uri inal Free Trade adopted by all nations, would bind and siato the ciicuimUnces under which be arrested ss the cue now stands this tax goes into the and opinion of the country ; and if the ex.
cost instead of sending them ngain to sea Her them together by bonds of convnoa interest ihe prisoner. pockets. abe American joint-Hock manufacturer pectation is not fully realized, we know of ono
relieving! the officer end crew. The money and mutual good will, which the ambition of unstated thcvimcio substance written in of buttons who charges for all he makes press at least, which will not hesitate to condemn

thus spent solely to give a jab to ih" workmen rulrm could never tear asunder. Every nation the charge. Tbe prisoner was haranguing a the price of tho English article, with the duty the neglect, ai emphatically as it now

iu tho dock-yard, annually% immne. I I.. would rejoice in the prosperity of all nations,', crowd about Texas, Orrpm and Alsvgbasiia, added on. taxes pleasure in thus noticing the performance

would be easy tonhow thnt from trw and M.rrI ns beime tiiucntUI its own. and he knew not what.-_lie told him not to LOon A Inthiemnneraretbo. . people m .of the.west,* dc-.JiS of this duty in the present instance. u
causes, the monty voted by Congre for the *. And; belt the remark may be appropriately but instead of complying be abused him fraudcd, by uiu iniquitous and lraU lUleall&r.D.wt LlY. r. sYnc l.VII1:1PER
support of the navy in. and ban been principal I made that there are no political.. communitieson and went on with hut sketch.Fuol I heir members never cease their efforts umi
I ly expended on shore in the United Mlatr, find I the face of the earth to whtch these views so "czeUimtl the p.i.ner. **.hnt H" it H repealed.-lllintm State Remitter. \ TO HUSBANDS.

!' that a due proportion bus nut been appropriated forcibly apply silo Great Butch France,aDd should I do t/ui HUOMI )wul 4'i.iiM-ol 1 y.u The Imupiness ot the wife is committed to
1 to the rrraintctianee of cruising vessels ftl.M_ the otlirr mmiufMCturing nations. of Europe on I would btcen.uiu iu d *tuuc ; uv.kic*-* Till DEAD 5CA. I ,tho kcepin of the husband. Prize the sacred
I Th f.ll. of. the Dead Sea trust, and never give her to the
wing equals cause
ti lores of all I kinds are purchased at immenc the on* hind, snd the agricultural staple States 'S Isliall nut allow >uu. Mr.- *%hm% siUrnsns any. repent
( expense without' a proper system ol accounts.foiUty of the North American confederacy on the uth.t.I. : <%" replied uic .(>=.ul.. i confidence. has reposed in you In contem.
and become deleriointed, ."IIUd,nr lost .. As a rrnrcsnntatlve of the great exporting 10 the .4icMiiMii ui mv pivMruce. 11 >. u : The ".. tutaewa wapuiuful and diffi. I uluiiitj tier character, recollect the materials
The Government is foisted off with inferior ititcrevt' of these Slates, I habitually look have any thing la w/ iu 3001 Ucicucu: I .u..11|| Cull c.ur buZt* beitiKd) mo t of tha wu>. We human nntOre is composed of and do not expect
al.1 upon I found the water ol' the bca to IKJ near tlto col I rlccllon.
ticlcs. the I I p
: which by conspirncy jj.t among.1 __ the prosperity Manchester with si much in. bear it ; proc v.jyoir viilupcr.i' la'_ ono Is.er *..r. 0,0 ....!..I.>i- ..., lit. A %> .tt..w.k...... WI,...MII... .111. I'. ;...;... '... .h...... ft.,,.:,. ."-l ft.I...
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lottio v. "ve"'I" J a.IP UUIJ 'J& NIl
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SOUl an enormous In
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teret and gratification a> I do that of plsce)oui is4iLs.IdC .11I. II a.'ltu tisig .p.i
\ price.In upon cru.oal'un ot .tll.in bcnuiitul& ctsiub sparkLd laullt ; lair J do not ask you to treat bar error.,
Chits Intuit or New York,and much than I I i
more *' _U,..J we amused our lt4 in &Iu... with iuilulgence' but then endeavor to amend
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the hut or two, the government haloitorsunk ... aki the.
year do upon that of Boston, which, I am constrained I thank you II t wcitby juJg:,
immsnsesums in I Iby i allUl t .c Uorc a. Tucie wits urn" drift wood them with wisdom gentleness love.
by experimenting shall ,
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to regard us the fruits of an unjust and opprcj I prisoner, "fur she xilvicc anJ bngUNlnl
I ",rlous thing connected with the navy, modesof ive.).'.em ot Irgalir-d plunder, which confisctl -.1'i it: Dud stow f.r oi> d tcnc r. hut hi., ..1 rmy I) sisi|; aINuI, List s o iinpripimted with salt that Do jtistabmu the bonds of married
j new plans for ordinance end 'I ii v. .uJ! tut Luiu. \. c saw mute ol the bitu- state. Miike it an established rule consul?
propulsion iunu
nt Ii att one-fifth of the annual income of name welch )ou sewn tu ""IUlbU'1
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projectiles, the consumption of smoke by straits the cotton planters sustain mercenary roon j I I but which I itHNtftut was cnravrn on the d.'urjiUte < I I min..u> sawSaucc! : -asuLultum' -that rise from your wile on all occasions. Your interest is
lUu bilIous and u c..*t u.bortr. Numerous hers and undertake no to her
and various other Now there ; plan contrary
0 tsrs! plans. culainly atittocrnry of pampered and bloated IbstopciicU-; Jut I imati, )ouc ii 'u.or !
eyed mouM
I are r.-sult.l. the modern improvemenUhi "poU,;,. not tbe pUic-tu tho IIIHr chamber ot ev I; "&aJ!>oiuc p..bbltti lined the beach,arid here and ,Iud' cu and appropriation ; then if the affair'

war which cannot be arrived at without a In conclu ion I brgyoo to assure the League American Lc.art..i.o.. ..r-wu.il Aineii- there I lc U1""is, stiff with the Miltkiul three und aI I turnout ill. you are spared reproaches both
/ I I err half inches long, acre observed ss well .al from her and own feelings. There is in
: c.oursc: of experiment. that they, shall tmvc mv constant piaycrs let can can forget a name l liokcd-by ocintion of. ,' ,I your
It is however believe that in I' anne soul rhb which had ben brought down woman nn intmivo'quickneas. a sagacity, a
true
I we many their success; that the time may speedily arrive ideas, at - II of these coitly experiments, those making than' when the hnnoer of Free Trade shall w .ve in I,' the biro ... Mount \c.IIWr boos "I' prolabybv the Jordan. No lit il'tC thing can |Kriiei ration and foresight into the probable
t. have been either the of .1exbl m tt*! Idkr, and nut a single Lout b on its coiiMrquencrs clan eventthut make her pecu..
nut guided by lights un'r' the whole world,and that Vucatbiisnmplr whom IIi t0f1 has ervcltU bur ,ibwuuincnu
I triumph ''W frL Theta>to of the wuu-r more acrid lijrly calculated give her and advice.
opinion
science, or th:, knowledge! I of well known acts, tuld. the nations of the unh mar I more "lad than marble, and more trudurirg b..tcrthan which be i..I..._ __.. __._ ___ _:_.___ u.L_
the naturo of which, if known, would nottuvo and unythinj' can CUUCOy- ii J uu un-.g anv maic ucquniiusilceJ, wponi,
their in for than brass 1\-
pitch tents peace. Accept )our clf,
satisfied those concerned that success could not I ell l of. on rctisoimble grounds your wife wishes you to
: of i Tins II all % .11.)1 r. TbMI3'J..aer-I I
p"rauflIU"lhn .qU.n my high ci n-Uer- ciy
have been attained. These rxi.>critnenls hive l.i.M ..a M_.* rzvronvfitttvtfti? I IM ,sf10 ll'.Oiinctou Juuc*.-I I iiuw rciiKinternir Not fjrfrom the Mach the shore consntce resign do so. Never witness a tear from your
gone on also without being flr.i rcUrrcd lo lUu I Ceo. \\' D-q, Manchester, U. Britain." name"-imeirupie- lisa ll.'.'fdcrUut what of a vertical rock, where we saw the high water wife. with apathy or iu&JifTercncr.Vord..,
proper aulboriiies for their reports. bas it to do wills toe emtcliu.iu's ciur.e I' .lii.c-tit lent otU feet above the present one. looks actions-nil may be amH ut : but a
The of education in the is totnl. I 1'hisIact acts attest all .tho spcculutioiis about tear w unequivocal ; It corlruiif nC
plan navy The following has burn received from J. C. I Ml wnssbouitu CVIIM tI thai ir. ..II.! (he k. at once !the ''nngungo IIf
: ly devoid of proper .).tcm'nt.al. such a lu-o..u'Itttlo I J Jvy Calhoun. KMJ: the celebiaied Aioertcan sdvornte prionerMbut tiiou ut unvcvi ar) -fwic Jwiug subterrauean that the paswjgr Detail;SUM toe has soy no readers viible will outlet.remember .heart..... ,nilure and P'-ansi sincerity Be assured when
expenditure upon the country, for which of Free I'rudf, addressed to Gco. WilM.o, so tosjy '> much in vindication of tbe honor
)her cheek, her heart ;M touchcd
Slut in tbh el****"; me evaporation .ia** DC un- you see u tear on -
return is received, and u so faulty end EMJ Chairman the Council of the League : cd names I bear. And now ",. fur the cba.e. rm-iuc.w The sea isTOmilts I.isigrsud the evaporating ; and do no', I I. again rrpe.it ii, da not beholdit
anomalous the same not being the custom in j FORT HILL March Stth. Ibi5. |I I II was cicatiuc; MO duiurUino* ; and lie crowd suifuce must bo mcrea d a great nmn/ with ciildntM or insensibility.coistradictitis .
If I I
any other service that the pruning knife ol 10 ,* Dear Sir:-1 I with much pleasure did gather round mv, it ww. d* eol their UWl n
I accept acres oy the rise of a fow feet in tho levcL-- I>:i be u void*:data II times.
\ form thould be here applied taexterpate it nl. the copy of. the flrvt volume of the League, volition ; if IU) JH WI r..1t I cannot |> .rceivu There are some fictions bout no binl being: able Never upbraid your wile with the meunncs
together,and to begin entirely afieth. Twcnt>- which transmitted tome l< the d.rcc'II'01 by Wh41 ruUtwt Uw ir cllirc. I am to tm visited
)ou y ta :tly over this water, but we saw several tagfes of her relations : invectivi against herself are
tluee mathematical prolciuors are now masts I I the Council of the Nstiotial Anti Com Law with puni- ..Iht f-/i tIt ar tmit balancing any
initial by the United 8La\eaat. salary per hc. *>d League fur my ticcrpuitce. I ftx-l greatly boa [, WBSSpCtfkinglMHIiCWlMt $I'KHlly It H IIU*, bUt I I rincsi,solitude und desolation presided over this kind aanil your wife your tenu>rne i and attention
of &1.2K( ) iinnuully, and three teachers uflrs. (!I lort-d thisumikut stair am yet lo :Icurn that thie I h any MunicijMl ordmaace -
by ,
** .M a -t s a a respect .--.- lone sea and in any other than a brixht day. Icannot nru DtrUcularlv cnllnl! (.r. A look of
guagrt at Sow a UtxtO. rot Inc single umucnof I free trade considerations uastatuU"c..f'. and ...umllit i : wurd ;
I regard as involving imagine thabft world presents a more love a of piny or simptttby, w soineiinns I
mathematics alooc, therefore taught by 1 I fur higher than mere cmninrrcul advantages as |penal KI |i.tcb thC'o x above gi'cn sUoJ- perfect picture of gloom and horror. It is a cu.nou better than med scisse.
twenty.three professors to 30A( midshipmen the great us they .n% It ii, in my opinion,crnpbatiicully ard. I was snotling sir, ut the e hdom and circunutauce that the Arabs still call it Never reproach your wife with cur personal

Government pays $l7,ON) anoually. hut the I' Ibo auteur ciYiHla.atioD'nd peace -wf the |ItClllCf of Annexation and oar right-our a Ife.tr .J Low/." (the Sea. of Lot.) It remain or mentul defect : tot a plain faro, sometimes
niost singular feature m the case it, that the itt I I' wide Kprrad, civilization and durable peace iinprescnptsbltf rigbl-to Oicg: .n;' nJ be whom 'td for the gentlemen ot, the party to take a bath; conceal n heart of exquuife veiuibiliiy ,
ormalion i Is imparted nt the most iuuporiurtei the oalions of the tanli. It theo sul*>'3 would not nrvtiM sud C-U-KJ
among belongs to and now we observed the mOt; curious phenom merit and her conscicun of the deftcl.
i when the midshipmen are at sea, lilldft' England end the United States to take tbe lead to speak loud at the i 1snsu.a ciub, would ..ulr.r
4 ,, enon. Attempting to dive, wo popped up to the makes her awake to the slightest, attention.
should bo engngcd about other duties appcrtamiuKlo :I I in .this great cause; aad I hope tbe day is m4dutuul a man iu take his Julep f iom Utore him. and surface like corks. I tried to sink,as any swimmer When in the presence of others. I jut your wife's
their profession in seamanship. ubcn they will set the noble example to drink without rC11U.hHaIKC. nor wnuld he.Sinti in frrsh water, but could not. laudable pride be indulged
: can by showing
.. .t. r\f i your
ftin.A *if4\**..*\ m *A .mnnt, t*% _mtm. Sn .* ** I Irllow with Imi
&6." t6'un; '"- UID m iu 111 I* CIB wiwar the rest or Christendom of 1.-_. tbi.'f. i. it a ian* iaT
f Sonxjold travellers about think her of
freeing commerce -" -- -- I II I speak being buoy you an object importance and pre
of thp size of a sloop of war,and upwards. of any shackle and imposition excepting such last ,bilt. I touched too, sir, on the attempt cd up to the middle, but 1 found on balancing ference. The mont trivial word or act of attention .

Frequently the number of their pupils consistsof I duties .. may be exclusively fur revenue. I made by a club pedantic hunkers to change I I myselffor a moment In a vertical position that and love from JOU gratifies her feelings ;

but eight midshipmen and these arts, or '* With very great respect lam, & &c. .desrcrate I caU it-the name of my beloved I the upper part of my shoulders was out of the and a man never appear*.*Sa more advantage
ought to be, almost constantly employed in per. -J. C. CALHOUN. country, and I* it to bo wonderrd at that I felt water. To swim was difficult-not so much' than by proving the world affection end

forming duties lelating exclusively$ to the other M Ot.orC"V iI 100, Eq. indignant and spoke loudly Take the name from the destimy of the medium as from the preference: for his wife.
r and most important branch of their profoMion.The Chairman the CounciL"AGILAI'lIICSKCTCII of the UoiUdStales awsy sir. and will nut .1 inability to sink deep enough in iu The sensa- Never run nn in enthusiastic encomiums on
simple formula connected with the observation set be puzzled lo know she bind of my iUluttrioui lion curious does other
ages was enough, so lightly one women In presence ot wile ; she
your
of the heavenly bodies and working t.acno.aket!...srvi then to propose 1 float. back without effort does
OF A FAMILV. Lying on my soy to not love you better for it. Much to be
them out to determine the shut's place at see, A respondent of tbe New Haven Courier, giving it such a name /-Alle-*tllethanisn !- bsltaace myself, I found that I invariably turn- condemned, is a married man constantly ram.

the.:variation, marine: surverylrig. &c. require writing, horn the villsgo of Lccsville,JaY the I why 61', a nanto lit only for a couutry Inhabited** cd over, with my face downward. We came out bling from home for the purpose of passing
hut little explanation which could be easily !I halluwing account of a Connecticut. family :- I by Turks! I would' not. *u help m t of he water much gratified but our eyes smarted away time. Surely if he wants employment

phcn*1...M as ujtoi it is xmtt'l in other tut t services..tt..tit.rl by tit Urn ItnVM. senior an' nfl.IWI ol-. '* Hut the most interesting thing about Lees- 'I -:--That_ -& .a_ill..L.do. _"___said I. I the___ Recorder._._.._ ._....._"I ..perceivr ....._, terribly,.and we. carried.off a roost uncomfortable his.bouse. and gardens will furnish him with It,
- >, *VJportunity WWIU W WVIIf lltVU IWW m. >- yule is that it i i.the birth.place of the fourteen I I loaisuoo youuia .n'l"'" MWIIVC* -. under shirt of delicate white sal u I and if be wishes for society he will find in bit
i of doing it,pruvidt-d by doing i it Ib-yl I dnu'htcrs.* TorU1 the fourteen daughters,* Ac*the act excusable. You may jco, but in fu i,I han seen" an analysis of In a water which gives wife children and books the best society In the

could have ,the space in their apartments now wuul l require no rx pis nation here, or in any '.tore find some more appropriate place fur ) the specific grcvity 1.211, and the component world.
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occupied by the professor. In nwwt cnscs any I!, part of Mtddlo sex Cuunl)', but with you it may I I your lectures ou Oregon, Annexation and Allegbania I I parts the ,muriates of soda, magnesia and lime, There are some men who will sit an entire
thing but a congenial companion and who "onWard not be quito so -Iain. I will explain. In the than the sidewalk ; for however | and the sulphate of lime. I am persuaded that day with their lips closed. This is wrong ; you
ouly series( swell the list of Idlers.. Urgist and must commodious house in the much In such a pUce,>ou impel the march of;'I the snalysH is wrong; and that not only is the should converse freely on all such occasions.

4 few Yvk Svn.&WBAKING. Inge, resides a Mr. \hUmare. (I forget.il"1 I mind.you retard considerably the movement of1 I specific gravity greater than 1.211 but that it Be always cheerful, gay and good humored.'
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Christian' itame) who is the father vffrurttt bodyThornm holds other salts m solution-probably the chlorates When abroad do not avoid speaking to your
I Whatever fortune may. be made by prrjury, 1 dauchtrrs. tie'ney r had a son. The 'yfMlOI- 'I I, fI"eY _Jones, regard.inc I I I of soda and lime. wife. Few women are insensible of tender

; ." believe there never was n man who iitadu fur cat dnughtrr *s now about twelve years old*..-' me waicamsn mere nu/nan aPHIN'IIU'I I -a treatment They art naturally frank and'ft** '
tune by swearing. It ol\cn happens that men Twelve the daughters have been married, left tbe cuurt with the belief that hit release VERY FRENCH. tionate, and in general there is nothing but austerity
pay for swearing, but it seldom happens that and twelve are now living. What h a little was a decided triumph of mind over matter. An unexpectedly touching scene was present- ol look, or distance of behavior that caD

: they are paid fur it. It is not easy to perceive singular,every ooe of the daughters were mar I GOOD HINT. The td at the Academy Invention of of Van Sciences Palerscn very was lately.to be prevtut those amiable qualities from beiaf.
I. \vbat honor or ctedit i. connected with II. ricA In regular tstationthat is, the oldest first, Ham Slick counsels Cathcftho have new evinced on all occasions.
artificial which i if the
r receive because ho is \ The father beard to exhibited-so arm, by When absent let letters wife bft
Docs any man promotion | and soon. was jokingly marriageable sons in the be following man your to
has but third of the shoulder remain-
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bitterer Or is advancedin -I will have in family wearer a warm nod affectionate. A woman's is
f n notable any man remark, no pickinK my heart pt
otr:- lift of wine
II III 'I i 'g.becan pick up a pin, a gloss to
I dignity because he i. expert in profane -you must take them ss they come, The If you want a son not to fall In love with any hM hold etc A committee culiarly formed for tenderness ;. and every expression
". : wearintl Low must be the character which ,. daughters have ever sustained a hich reputation ..'._AiI.._. ..1 rrtam 5...II" in lh..."*kie*: call L_ .lips! a!_newspaper.u.AL.L_ & __.1____ ... .11.1 and endearment from the man she loveaIf
f .ucblm rtll.cD'. e will exalt; high mutt be the 1 r-'bclr -many virtues and good qualifies I. b ;as fvi" k;M say* r'she b' -'P-a whole team w--w- nd. I II I' nau its oeensppoinura merits,snd an uy old me soldier Acaaemy from the ueciueon Ilospi.Ui flattering and pleasing to her.-

': character which such impertinence will not de f tions.and make ss exemplary wives as dutiful moment the 8001 SrxiKos.
I horri to spare, and all that. The of Invalids, was the subject of the experi -There have been recently
'I grade. Inexcusable therefore, must be the daughters. All tbe twelvectarrkd respeclsble, critter sees her be is a little grain disspiiointrd; ment. lie bad been deprived of both arms at discovered,about two miles from Alabama Cea

.. .1 practice which has neither reason nor passion worthy men and bate been peculiuIj'West in and says :Wellshe is handsonv.'a a (act ; the shoulder and when the substitutes were attached tre, Genesee county, seiersl springs* the. .
to support it. Too drunkard has bit cup; the lecher the marriage tslntion. When the lut child but she b nGt 10 very,very eveaUstlo pretty, of. ,he performed all that was set down by' tot of which are acidulous to the decree ot leas*. .
his nmlressil'bc$ satirist' his revenge; the am born, Whiimors was so much dissp- is
was let all. Then bs critfcises her -Her loot the In venter with the greatest ease- taking a ooade. Professor. Hadley* of Geneva CoIIeff,
bilious moo bit prelermei.t ; the miser his gold1; I I pointed that it was not a son, that be was like a too thick la ifee Instep; her elbow bone is too glass( wine.etc. But hslf an hour of these It is said, bu made a slight analyst of" tee

J.1 but the common swearer has nothing: be sells child. Although the old gentleman was not sharp ; she rouges; is sfTccted" and so on; and restored 'functions bad moved the heart of mill. water, and found it to contain free tulpavrie.acU. .

.1 bisamil for,nought, and diudjr.es in the service blessed with a sonbe has msnf grandsons, and tbe more you oppose him the more be abuses tsrie. As the arms were detached, his breast It'also contains sulphur, and probtblj
: of the dot H j; it Is not the ciflVprlng of the soulj not enicrwo- daughters that have died quietly repose side by handsome stall. Say nothing to him and be -- harder to bear," he murmured. than the The waters are said to be used with great so*
w von with'the texture ofthe body ; nor any bow aide in the neat burying ground of the villsgo. b spooney over bead and ears in a minute. lie: first loss,when he did not know their value."- cesebydyspeptlcssindaufectlons of .heskimdeed
allied to our fan*. For as Tillotson ocpresses Over the grave stones sod on them are e &ray: s.P5 all beauties and no defects. and Is for wiUkin it has been known to cure sak raew *
4 7 ,Mthougb some men;four out oaths ss if they cd weeping willows, with fourteen branches ofracb. into her affections st once. Notbio damages "OPPOSITION IS TUE LIrE OF TRADE." long standing by only washing tlHt.wa-

were natural yet no maa .wi ever born of a Tfie first stoite that was- erected bid one seal, a preacher, ora cake,nvor-prsbe. In the Pituburg papers we Cod the following few times; it is also said to cure inflamed sort

V wearing constitution. branch broken from the tree, which .lay beneath- A boss b one of the oulies\thiogt in D tur' thathbclpcdbylt. spirited card :- yes.-Niagara Courier.
.the second one, too branches. that bs has
I by Wm. Thorn announces thsoys
A OOOI"aUJIrLc.-A boy was tempted '* What glorious sight it would be to see .lchM When the Prince Bishop of Liege was ridi|
been In die habit ol. furnishing reM
.. some'f bit companions to pluck some ripe three daughters with their husbands and) childrengatberingarnutsd to battle at the head of a Boa body of troops,"
announced
to the it by SOIM of
which baa lather bud lor DOTIIERINfl A WrrNC3d. poor. Seeing minis.
cherries from
a tree the thsaksgiving' bnsrd wn asked by a spectator, ?How be a .
bidden him to touch.f A Litilo Rock paper u Us a story of a youth our druggIsts that they will give medicIne gratisto of could In the iniquities.IT
i Arvi with what proud satis religion, engage
I. ifI :You ascsl..at be amid," saW tsey, It for If st homestead the scene and put upon the witness .stand wno was bothered 1 the ii.riiagpoor ty lk,ff. Dr. Thorn takes !1'I warreplied the prelate.'I0
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faction must the parrots survey this method notice that to this class he. .
Alter sfeottld Und out tbstyou bad taken tod'aih by ihs counsel on the opposite sides- to give w.r and of erchbhWf
your would..rd. Caaracter lOt
I priftos
a them, b..U .klad.ihat will n<* hurt you.' ttiHr..rt.INP for joy! ss they '** one complaining .that be could not understand will,.from this time out.gIv. ..Mtetters k'swzgratfs, And coatbwed' tbeT ,I ioterrofst;,'wlt .
exclaim These jewels pray
our
sre
the boy ly tbe witp ,and tho other claiming the protection
"fTbatlsiha wry .. replied from Algiers mention tost the bodies bedevil carries of toe prince, what iilibrcotthearchblshopl' .' a
why I should not touch them. of th* court against' such Interruptions 1 1I
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9r,1 '.1: Is true, my lather may not hurt me ; yet 8osft.sot. L>sT-** Ii is very curious."said Losing l his pslknco st Inst.lho witnfvs sddressed of nine soldiers, who were play lat cards at i.
my disobedience I know would hurt my fsih an old gentleman a few days since lo a friend himself to the court-" U TouMI just stop 'em the time of the late terrible explosion, have I "My wire,"said a critic," M the most ltt e-\-"

$1 S er ;and that would be worse to me than au). louts watch AbiHild be perfectly dry when it both, I'll tell my story so that the blggvst fool since been found, with the cards still in their .tempered" worann I ever saw e b .;

thing else." Was not this an excellent reason t J has a miuiiftf tpring inside." In the Lou" willuadersuod it sill!I" hands. I mad. ;;


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IT lflMEI I MAYOR'S OFflCB. ) I Ms / m Y*riete.r-Tb.ie''II i a point (in B1KP Superior CM?Cs BMrict. .r E.

II. CUT .? 8r. AttBtnxt< 24th Jorw, 1B45.. { which the magnetic needle points <.tlytotbe At her reldepcPvo. WHw" near this city FltrMa.IN .
-I I IeI Intel tigeiice baviog; been received. that An-1 north star. That poia .b tbe oat from which, CHANCERY.
I II with
she bore
which
Twtta Ik' 3aae U. ,18... JACOOX' fath afier a lingering<< Illness pa.
t I DBCW departed this life aDd it the variation of tb* surveying compares O. Hotmr. BILL FOU INJUNCTION AND RELIEF.
tienee and (fortitude IIr*. ELixixrrsi -
being proper that there should be some lesUraon.kl adjortedbn the United State The : L F.Clark decea.ed ..
: surrajs. this John M. Foouno Executor of O.
of
I wife of air. Danniel Hulbert city,
fri 3flcs MIl ttepeepbrwMh of reaped BMB Vetted.OB the occasioQ of the government require that thbvarbtioo be calculated EJiaa B. Gould. Raphael D Footaoo aid John
STOISJ.
and of the late Axoatw
departure of to diatinguisbed! a citizen of this every so many miles dbiaat from a giv. daughter H. FaD"" ., Esoeotora of Bkbord Woifbtmaa do.eetaed .

republic,! respectfully kwite the elites of St.I lea Dotet either OUt or west of the line of no ,eoaalaiuaaft.Felici -
...I the 1Narets k." Augustine and country to meet at the Court variation as the case may be, and said varia PASSENGERS ( Me
GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON. Mollie This Dy, at 5 o'clock P. M* then aDd lion mint be noted oa the minutes of the sur- In ch.8teI'hies & France, Mr. WUIkm, M. ). hiM and W ca Wr.. Eli**

Simtcwoan has there to adopt such measures as may be deemed vey. While on tbe DumeroGl.UrftYI we bare Mb Lamed lib* F. Humphrey, *fer. f7 rrm and' Arr Jnt&nd Wm. H. WKtvtU.Jamn .
Tbe Hero,Patriot, aadSafA advisable to commemorate mournful an event assisted hundred cf times In taking this varia.tloo. Downing. William llernan. Ganin, George OarriX William Gavin.Vora
Roddy, Perpall
to bit filbert. : Clarkt and 'Via thin Clerks infant
hero gtibercd E.B. GOULD Mayor. It .b a very simple process: and can be I gton
\ The Scbooacr Btepbeo! & France, Cotetler, done by any ordinary survey on any clear night; des, and Pac atty. cMidrtn 0/James F. CAsrJU, aVcraxi, erect Gto.

IMPORTANT APPOINTMENT. in the jeer: But there peCuliar P. Clarle.a jendant.
urired at tbb port yesterday, at 12 o'clock, t* something very -- --
Mr. Van Neat bas the about this line of no variation Some MARINE JOURNAL ..,.clinlaaalSb.lbe affidavit John fi.
resigned collectorabip UPON
Cbarletton lo the 19ib and
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bei
Let
briogiog .onoofMid ournplaiuanu I
years since It was near Erie and Pittsburgh, Pa. IN:a al I J6'S. 1T4T16 :I. vm *
ibt Charleston Patriot of tbe 7th, we make of New York-Ibe resignation to take-effect de to appeal aI.'cer1.ar.adaal.. aimed bt UK r
from in line from abe Frozen
encoding a zigzag oce-
tbe lit of Bits! of cot pwi..n.of the tu wit:
on July neit. The President bas accepted saidCamplaiaanta
,. extract. the ohser I
..e following an to the gulf of Mexico. By many AAI5ZD. Felicia M.F. Gar vio. W. II. Ubuwell who inter.married .
/The old nero died calm and peaceful In the hit resignation, and appointed Cornelius ration made it bas been ascertained that this 23d-Sch.Stephen & France*,Coxetter, Charles.ton. with f'.hxa:. WLitwell late KUsa: Gaitin. 'ou.

'tulUbope of a happyresurrection full of years W. Lawrence to this most Important office. It line of no variation b moving westward. Pro lOr thoheiaraat Uw, William' Garvin deceased reside ., I
ba honored ana if believed no appointment could be made Locke of ibis city,informs us that by a new In. b. and tno jurladiction of tbkCovrt and in time
.ud full honors, vj country 07 ,slrufpcnt. just completed for him, be has taken -- City of Philadelphia in the Steti:-of PetB Irania
it CO'Inlt1 mourned. more situfactary' to Ibe democracy of all clan* tbe variation her and finds it to be four degree 1JJl I Steam Packet, St. and further that Jamea G"ia..a.p.. Garvin and

es,than that of Lawrence. It is due to Mr. and four minute distant of the true meridian. la.tllew. William Gamn.aUo heir of Mid William Garvin

DEATH OF GEN. ANDREW JACKSON. Van Ness to say, that be has discharged the Jan. 192:). Prof. Locko took an observation I THIS BOAT i ia now in e.ro .Lte order sod will deceased aiM reside beyond the jaiiadiciion or this
and found tbe variation to bn five degree and $avsnnib.rs :5..rd.', .I.... 2:,t, ..4 Court and a. Key West io the Souther: District or
duties of the office with : lie
Th illustrious hero of two wars-the brave great ability. re. e'eJoek on br regular trip in Florida ; the owners of Florida.
olJier-the bold patriot-the good citizen is no tire with tbe best wr bes for the success of tbe fifteen minute, showing that the point variation be and is
pore I Having spent a long lite of tuetutnesso administration of which be bat always been must approaching Wheeling her sgnsl to toy Boat onUn outs; a' for speed oraceou.taodatsoasb.saanot Solicitor fur complainant', it ia ordered that notice I.
earth he finally closed his eyes on the morn proceeding westwardly. No one can be satis- b4 .urp.,..... appear and answer laid Bill of complaint bo area*
cof tbe 8th iruL, and bit mortal spirit wing. an e.'lent supporterand retains, in his retire' fed of this fact without wondering what great p. SIC' CLTY, M..t.r.8t. aid dcfendenu, Felicia M FvGartm.W. U. \Vbit-
i
ed its flight I His death a nation mourns, whilst ment, the respect and confidence of all our I change is going on, for certainly \ pbenome Aag uMino.Juno 41.1843.Celuttahlan well and Elria: \\ hit.ell by the poblreatioir of this or

records its brightest page hit memo. friends at this place. So 1'the Washington Don .indicates a change in the position of the der in aomenewspaper- printed within thie District
history
earth or its nature, or the north star. rom of mbrecatlea9 for the apace and term of four month once in ear*
rT. Union. these thing mutt be changing according lu Ibo tune wf Rbeamatum, Gout Lantoaf e. we..k contecultvelfrom Ibe date thereof, and it i*
General JACKSON was a native of South Caro these calculations. .ct.M/t CemmmitJ.TJU FOR .. Brai*., Nnnibne... Croup Sort farther, ordere'd thai like notice be given to esidd...
lies born at Warsaw, in 1767. Enthusiastic in RUMOR.It Tbro.U.Ae.. ,.pered b1 Murray and Faokatock.. ftndanta.Jaiuea George and William Gtrvin b j .

youth be grew up to manhood full of courage, Is rumored that Gen. Van Ness will be etc. Fmtek ChamUn tf Peeve -Tl foreign York price.37| cents at retail' like publication fur the term of two anoutha.And t
sod full ot amb uon. His f introduction in* of the Newark Advertiser .Jane Idlo. R. E. CARR. A Co. if i is farther ordered that unless aid d.r.r.d.J
correspondent Daily
to public life was his distinguished career at the Ice ted as Special Minister to England., -- aulaMTeraltappear and answer the bill of romplaint *
give the followig description oflbi. place: Dried Fruit Preserve &e.
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intbiarttiM within month from'
and afterwards bis able one iritinnof
North Carulina Bar "|>
THE OREGON FEVER The room where tbe public scsilon' is held i It PrLK.3.l'c che.. Plum m 6n* order. AUo. IhitiuM .
discharge! of the duties of Attorney General of extremely beautiful. It b in the furm of a leo,.. A IbuUl. Almond, tiuata Jet' y. Currtnu Cit this "prescribed re .prciirlfortKe' pub
licatioo of order decree fia coufe.. b.
He then had little relish for roU.tica. The St.Louts Nrw Era says that such a crowd a o may *
TeancssM.
circle. In the middle the axis are tbe sent*ot \ too. Brtudj lieeie*. finer and dnmearic pret- taken against them.
having been elected In 1700, by that State pressed forward la Join Capt Fremont' expedition tile President and Secretaries, and before: them t rvee feneralTr..a retail. B. E. C A RR, A Co. Certified to be a true copy of an order this da,

to the National Senate, which scat ho resigned that when be attempted to make explanations the rostrum from which all the speacho are I JuneJ4. I3t:. made and entered ia Mid canaa.GEO. .

the samo year. He then resumed the practice ,be could neither bear nor be beard; and made. The chairs: in front are for the member. I I Cracker it. FAIRBANKS. Clerk.

of law and was appointed Judge; of the Su. bad kaf his They are lined with green and yellow damask. I Du" .'. Gr tha'n. dater,, ""in"V.ler., March 7th. 134.:.
freme Court of the same State War being de gave up as a jobthejai explaining The carpets are ot the ammo colors. The SODA.pot up in mice Bose. particularly for family

dared in 1812,and General JACK IO* then on his views to them verbally. He finally staled that walls are brilliant with gilding and tbe ceiling; u... wnfhiiif IS>> -.Utd..in fine order BY THE PRESIDENT OF.

PUutation r.ear Nashville holding a Comrnis he would give the desired Information through b painted with allegorical representations of | Jon 24. 645 U i E. (:ARR. Ja Co.Leutlicr. THE 11.\ '1JLD STATES.In .

lion as Major General in the Tcnneweti Militia the public papers and the crowd adjourned Law and Justice. All around the walls: are Kok CftIC .iHff, Varu- I pursuacce of law I. JAXU K. PGLK Preident *-

led on a brave number ot' volunteers in an at. numerous bust of the Martha: of France and I i b, kc.SOLE of the United State of' America. do ben.-

tack against the merciless Creeks ; and at tbs REMITTANCE pictures of scenes in tbe live of I>,ut* XI.and LEAT11EK.. 4'alf $kins. Shoo Thread. b> d,'clare and make known that public .a.....

memorable battle of Tulladcga obtained those The limitation the franking privilege of tbe i'bilippjof Valoii. I sat through abe speeches ., Handle' *. Patent Tbiead. Heal Ball. Uri. will be held ni the undermentioned land umC1"t-

laurels that have never (faded but which always postmaster by the new law having cut off the of several I of tbe honorable members which tire, 2)|,ur.. Cueio;Ica. Gnhtl. Ciu. semi. Carriage in the Territory' of Florida, at the periods lien
sttcrwards gained fresh vigor.: His appoint. were delivered with very little animation em!I whip..ri.fmj du. l4.be.. fit,. nail. t"ck!.. bru.be. inutlerdesignated, to wit :
mtnt ol Major General in tin United States Army usual mode of transmittingsubscriptions tops. ploying myself in looking at tbeir dresses. &0., retail D. E CAItR. tit Co. At the land office at NEWNANSVILLE.

and tbe victory archicved at New Orleans, 'tiers, the Postmaster General. made tbe following I They all wore a coat with collar and cuds em Juno t.Hay. I 4>. mene.ng oa Alonda/, the eleventh day of Anfrn colt--i

placed on his brow a halloo of glory. From substitute for ,that great convenience to b'otJtrrvd in gold. This uniform with vests .t Com, Brass, Oafs, fcc. : peat fur Vie d&.ipu..a& of the public land within ilnodermenlivned ,,"

that time General JACKSON retired to the enjoy. both tbe public and the preaa_".Honey for I cravat and pant of all color and shapes, reminded .' IN any q.iantity. acs. one straw Cutler and two towualiipa and fractional towtahipk.
mentsot rural life, and remained until again mill list
mo of a stable boor who slip on a hominy p4Urnta.
called into the field by tbe depredations of the newspaper subscriptions not exceeding $ 10 in white jickct to wait upon the table! at dinner Jane a I. "'. Samtk tf At kilt 1ui mad cast of tktpnc\j mrriVuk.Section .

rkminolcs on the Spanish !frontiers in 1817.--. eacb case may be paid to a postmaster for the but whose neither' integument reveal very ---Granit- Stone.- : on.( eleven ,twelve thirteen, fnnrteei.,

lie pursued" di"p rted and drove them into their of tn the publisher of I .. lweuivolhrc4, tweiilfour.. twrnlj-fi, ...enty.i.Ibirt1.fin ik
being paid a newspaper
purpose i plainly bU more I legitimate calling. As soon R<1NIT: 3'rUNr;l/' { M>th wf UM Fort "finJ and
G thirlv>aix.in twelve of
telrcata, and restored once again peace and security at any other I.ma'-Tbe postmaster" i. as the clock struck five they all jumped from cargo of Sell. Venu for site' in hnelr! ,0' Iag thirteen ; township rung:
to the inhabitants. lie was lutttequeot.I I 1 er quantity.>hjr make C4pi&.6l.iII., ,. ,'e.I .
the the their scats with an alacrity unexpected from step The .terntlerof sections
in such to give paying ea township thirteen
I h', on ceding of tbo Floridts, Appointed a case pervin their grey bains and ru bcd to the doors ; and Ju..*.&. IP4l B. t:: CAKIC.Co. of' thirteen;
uotcrnor ol thAt 'fe.ratorl. and, in 1819, elect money, a receipt: thrrefor and to advise forthwith *,, range
before the I'resident could say "setVton is ad. I UnadtniiiiHtcred Estate of Sections one, two, .eleven twelve Thirteen, r on,
Cd Pat.IDUCTorTHE U.ITED tiTATt: which of I with tbe postmaster who is to pay said .j'turned," they were half ot them in tb !ir car. Franci* P. Sanchez.Six teen Iw..lbr..I..nl'.r"Ur. tnenty6teweut>

flee he held eight )tars, and the history .eveuIwetriv.eighl. Iw0ntninr.thirtt;

vhusJ'adiiiinittrBttoa tk* worJ ie amiliar. I this receipt the amount is to to paid over*- French palscc: as in Mississippi River steam theJudje ol the, Count/ Court, lor lef.fI twi., thirtf.*hrew. thirty four .hirly l1e acd thin:'.
Thu lived Ahuarw JACX..IN-full of honors buG I +f ArfminMiniioii ...t the unadmintaternl estate or aix it* low o..bip fourteen of range tLirtcen ;
r.t *! /*.*".. He >... *len to posterity an i i I The postmaster receiving tbe raid amount Uin .j I r'rancw r*. alafl"-i.ttteof said r....nly.d..read. Pr..iHMai iu>.u.hip CHeen (except aectiun aix am1
impvrifhable nnmc. A tiai'to. *)** rati'udo and debt himself these*-ith in his account, and I An Haff/tsAmciTs Opinion cf our iVartrA June !... I'lTIRForsaran : BENhT. fractional: yctio/m.eten and eighteen;
iu adimiii.tratKiii are hU ; and tbe a.p..ire! | -,- writer 1.nndon. United Townships twelve and thirteen of range (notice,. .
u shrewd io the Srrrice
*lre people, nidf\\ throne of Grace unit the postmaster paying that amount M to credit rtalae'j JacksoHVille, Town hip thirteen. of rings fifteen :
IAU.: '. BL u rrlll'IIt'I: rR""L.: ; IICKO hirmetr ib...wuh in his account of contingentrxpcnscs. Journal says: there b no doubt that. we (the St. illaryS and Mavaiinali.A Frnetin,ual township, '. ....''htand twent/-nnr.! a
.** English) have three powerful rivals in France,I went of Taiupa Biy. of range sixteen :
Kuvtui.anJ. the United Statrshulcfthee three t'rlltion..llu"nshil) ( Manatee: river
1111'1)-
We have: .1'AIIah"uce snail 1 tu &101)'. &t a our.
From the N. (). P c.jnn.. | |ih ia... he Americans are the most important one on ul rmigeeicfhlven;

The Gciiciul A.v mil)' nisi tu bate met yrs I j FURTHER: MEXICAN ITK.I3. account of their origin, their courage, and their I ,. : STEAM PACKET .GASTN; Capt.F. Frariiuiul txwiKliipa twent/'eight; and twenty
even greater: cnterprwc and activity than: our I niimOra.t of the| military reServation Foil Bnxtkf.
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... Peek wilt rm at I'icoUta at !'J o'clock A
t-rday.: Itic |I Since our last "e have conversed with ha.tael.a ve. own." The writer then procrtj.!! to show that | 31.on each Fr'fi-tj ia the ......>&, inj will I leivo again and IU"III1I.p"| thirty three tliirtv-four and tblil) .fih

have ry inti'lligrnl ntlen.ln-tme who our navy though numerically inferior( to that of. (>r lit. ahoy returning .u. the suite day at 4 u'rlockP mi Xau'ee liver, of range twenty ;
no further' ruturnaot the Elccthn, led much over Mexico within tbl? last six months France, and even lotbat of Russia; i.. intrinsi I.aOU"lIebiuJa' Uljck Crtek-vn her way ti> Townships twentv. eveu, twenty eigtit.uiit tweoh
end no,,' except as a matter of tecoid they can -who inform Ut that: business of every kind uesccssively cilly superior either and contains the 3 unnt'Ja. *. of range: twenty Iwo

te but of little mten..t.'e have one Govern dull that all confidence i. 'Just and of :a great and powerful :rt.Ve bun: germ the I Thi lljat will cn"inn- run regularly, and i iennnerted is At the 'land' office at ST. AUGUSTINK. ron.-
that a wild .loin of c- nfjfH n reigns in alnwncirrytcction. with the! Charleston d shy l.inv of Steam rinK on Monday the eighteenth day nf Augnat nex'
w, Reprr-stntativr. As''inbly, all Democratic Northing be thinks will ret*ore ';!, raw material, abe workman and a sufficient I.,If'11..1. for the disposal. of the public I.nd"itJnn the undn
and the t I merchant navy, to arm a, men nf war' when. mentioned tow."hip. ai d fractional".wn hip.,to wi : u
certainty of two Dem crstic Senators. .
p-rfcct order find firm tranquility save the cstabli Ala thus SIt\II SIMULDING.Cipt.: : Hallidaj.runnmf '' .
l ever called tin to do aGe Our ha thing of 'W.A./" Aojte lie anil tmtt tk. Mi.
navy '
I'I 0J prvuipal mti *
the 2)U) John .
.hment f a monarch, and the call nf nn a far up a Fort Mftllon.Oneitf
On thIS receipt of thu news of the death of some foreign prince to the throne thus created.Thr life; it b nrocrcativ- ; and that of the French Iho Nftw York !Jin. of P.rket. !k.,.. rot Town.hip4 tLirtjr-ihrwe and llm/ four of Mntwentynine *-

Gen JACKSON, Washington, the President or. 1 I people are becoming more and more un. and machine Russians which resembles once destroyed a huge, b nat nod cnsly costly re. N.w'o.k..'..,"'I. paid, and Ihrnnthbotlito run in eunneetiu.i Picnutjand with 3avntih.ibis Uoal. Township; nl,, tventf...ne. iwpntv>lwi.twri

tiered all the public Offices to be put into able to govern themscltes -anarcji)' isocry placed sloe of Iho New York jno of l'aekl l lenu for tv lhree. and tacllu..al'uwa.h p lenl/aix i ou L k- ,

and the day progressing with fearful stride. New York and run in connection with lhi. RA*|. Tohopekaliia.of range thirty ;
mourning bu.iness
pnblie suspended Murdrrs and robberies are com tanlly occur. Hemp Is now rotted by the aid nf strum In P*...f* paid thraitjh tvlh<. PieoLita" and davau- Tt.wu.hiM| iweinjHine and twenty ,three of :- 'r
for one day. ia,, and on tbe most public mad: and in tbe Kentucky. Five minute application of steam | .ah. ihiri/-ou ; ;

t. By order of the Secretary of War a saluteof most public plaoea. Bat a few days since Don makes the stem ready for tbe break. The fibre The fuUviwinj, vn +el I,comprise Ihilll n.. fix : Township Iwcon'!.of ronfathirtlwo.Atth .

13 guns is to be fired sunrise, half hour Mannucl Asunzulo. tbe new Governor Du. is thought to be better and more beautiful than tint I'KKLING.: CapL Hamiliun. sails Tutiin, -Monday* l ndoOic the+ eleventh tTALI \HAaHKK or: : :, commenting '
on day Anguft nexl.fo*
mango was robbed within a short distance of when water rotted. Specimen of linen equalto 1 1I da/. ItthJut. .
guns during the day and a n.tional..lule at sun* I the di poaal' of Ihs public Itnda wiUunlha underarm.tioned.ectinoi'itusted *
Fresuillo, and an old and favorite servant-the the Irish are exhibited. tint G. B LA MAR. Captain Sann uunn. aaila
set on the day after tbe receipt of the order fit TbtirvdaT. lthJ! only one of bis armed-war killed on theJ.OL I
patty
A CHOC TAW Tt:RRITURY.I of EconthataiMiCii.oti. the Choiahooch'O river to ii ii
Dua. vile
IMII..UKA
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the respective in tbe Unite d Slates. Tbe He was on his to the dulks Capt. Thursday.BALDWIN.
posts way assume I It l is said that: Pilclyn the elective chief of 26th iuu.. Lot seven in aection.eicht ; lots seven aadeihl. it*
regimental colors to be put in mourning fur six of bin office at the time and tbe robbers, among the 5,000ciiliv'd) Choctaw beyond the Mb* UtiC I.. : Capt BaMMV rails Thurt neciHin veiileen! ; lOll raven and eight in MCtio

months and officers to wear crape on'tbe arm other things, spoiled him of a beautiful pearl Viuippi will Washington next winter for day 3J Jul/. twenty :Inc l one insertion twnntvone, ;Iota seven an.
necklace he bad purchased for his wife, and 'eight ttetti.UJ twe"lninr; and lot eifhtiu aectin.
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and swords. the purpose>> of applying to Congress In behalf Ship N. n'ARIC.rt. ilemio, fait Thur+day.
" which was valued at near 92000.( Asunzulo is1 I! of his nation forte admiwion of the Choctaw 10th Julr. thirty two; all in township' five north of range tlehr.

The citizens of Charleston: and Savannah spoken of as an officer of superior( attainments, country, a territory of tho. United State, Brie WILSON .FULLER. Capl. Cobb .iiUTh west Lands of the approprhted principal meridian.bv law for hit n'* of ,cho..l.,
been educated in this The diligences July.aT !
having country. i 'srsday,17th
have made arrangements for a funeral oration between Zacaiecas: and the city of Mcx I I with a delegate to Congress. :: '1 abtiTewvll.. known ? iela were built ex ..mill sty or other pnrfojea. will bo excluded (.on.

and other ceremonies as a testimonial of their I ico are robbed daily, and the same b Ibe case I!I lu torn* parts of Bengal tb* laborer receive p'.t.l l/ for this trade, with plendi. l statenenn accommodation .4le.The "
respect for the memory and services of this I on all the public roads. Thou'ands of Santa'.|: from hb English task-muter but two pence a *. ant are command. Iud will!sail by punctually.U. experienced. and (iiitle. the hnd*re sooner di.poted of) and .... l",i.g .-
gentlemanly Capt4in
great and good man I Anna's old aoldiets are prowling about the day, and b fed on nothing but rice! E.CAUKACJ. .*r; and no private entri eof hnd in the 10wINhil'| .
country end as they have no other means of.i yt. Aal"'lln Jane 17. l8.&iUaadmtiuatered ,n otfored will b. admitted until after the expirati
1i ill not our fellow citizens follow this exam. i support they form themselves into bands and j II Would' you like a late Kiglhh paper asked i of two eGinn \..

pie' and make some public manifestation of' live by pillage. Tbe poor Government, all this I I Digby of an intelligent Englishman whom beI Jtlstatc: of under my hand at the city of Wavliingor.thi < .

their respect for tbe memory of one who was while, with all its talk about subjecting" Texas, I I met in a coffce-houv?. No. I thank you,' re. FHANCU &ANCHF.Z.. ninth daof Slay amino Domini one thouanleif
1 I I the 'I find WEEKS AFTKR I1ATB will apply III the ht hundred and fortjfive.Br .
pled gentleman, Whig
ever and declaring war against the United Bute.1' your paper SIX
when his '
present called and
country act v about tit tli .' R Post. \ Jud'onf 11.0 Count Court forMlnM of the President: JAMES K. POLK.
are soar >j/o/i
these ( its
cannot
brigands
disperse torn
ed her verymidst on un..tmini..red of Fran
Adminutrai
faithfully both io tbe field and in the ibe estate JAd SHIELDS.
cabinet We There ba peaceable town down east' where cia P. a..tbtrs.1.. .. 01 aM Count,.dec. CammufWJicr f tic O and Lra OJiu.
suggest a public meeting to take Tbe entire country is In a political ferment. JAME3R. SANCHEZ. .
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the proper measures for this on some conve. A .i long: feeling is manifested indifferent sec* '': the people are so utterly! opposed to committingan St. \nlu.cin..Jun. 9. ld4-"_ NOTICE TO PRF.-CIIPTION CUM ANTS.
assault that it b with be
picot day. tions in favor of the Federal Constitution of 2$.1 difficulty they can I Every peimn entitled to tha right of preemption s"
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and the experiment of a again trying that system persuaded to ifriU a tune at cb arch. U. *. MAIL.Sarann.ih any !lands within the limits or the townbipe atHo.

We bear of bot and dry weather in the north. Is much agitated. Santa Anna's old friends !III... and Floridaftcket enumerated i i. required to entabliab ibeaamolo llaatUfartion "

ern cities,that the Thermometer bas stood u and adherents, I1ranp as it may seem are \YH. T. JENNINGS A CO.. FOKPALATK.*. (F.. F.) uf the Register and receiver the prop
DRAPERS AND TAILORS. VIA D"R'IN.nNu.v It'ICK.S1I1ARrSJ.1CK land and make therefor, ..
working this about. Of office payment at toon
high at 100 In the shade. Here we feel most zealously la bring i.ronTSft. or &ONVILLR. til.ACK CREEK PICVLATATNK practirtkU tfter setitf ris issues, and before the d..(
melting weather. Tbe thermometer has been course the, hope that something may grow out !, U.r.R.F.3TINGS.. taasyise e. ,. WILTOTHK ABOTB .L" &I.Tilt appointed for the commencVmeot the public sat( .
ot .it which
up to 01 in tbe shade. It ia will again place their favorite in FANCY lRn3 ARTICLES AC.. : 'e..mniT MATTHEWS; Cpt. Me. of the township above d..inal..d, (embra in| tl-
some weeks sloes
power- 4he real: good or tbe country is never 231 BROADWAY AMERICAN HOTEL having bad a new bnil.r put in her. tract claimed:)oioerwMo such el.im will b* forfeited
we hare bad any rain and our crops are suffer. thought of by tbeov Then again, we learn NEW YORK. and been ..uhlj vjrhauUd and repaired ia now J.Ut. SHIELDS.CrmmiiitT .

tog much (from d rough u Some fields are entire that Gomez Farias, a"rDJ'I.urach and unwavering TO those vb'niag. UM Cilj .f Nw York "' air- ia 6rn.Tato condition f<.r the r. 'et.lion oi paaafiig of U* ttmrat Ii OJUt.
JT ruined. republican, is in furor of the measure log Gsrat.oi..a nlM.'d tolieitatioa .. ontrcd sad night ab* ha. resumed her regular trips a.
from the best and most patriotic motives. Many for this Ie all std eaallliN ..r Stock or New sad heretofore.Thia Dried Peaches, PlHBist Apples,
Y think that he will shortly be in power. Fab .atbJ le Goods for "priog gad Haoimtr wear flat will 'learn Savannah for tho aboro named PreMrved Lobsters and 8an? 'on.
ftvperier Court t'OUIP".I' .Mortmvnt ....rpod in rkbn t.aid pbcreevery 3tirJy. at 4 o'clock, P. 'Jf. temf af. and Sods PowJera.
r to the Case of the Territory against C. TVykr OREGON VsrWty IN whisk. wrfl be ta.do .p l's order io a 't;.. tar tbe arrival' of the Doatafrom CL.rle*ton. On her Sweet Oil in'tattle and Flak,
the Grand The distance of Oregon from the United M ondto no ho... in &.Tnd",a, prieo whkh nottefftr return will "'ue Pabtkinverj: T WWf morning Almond. Rai-in.. Fi".. Data*. Lemon.
Jury after an examination of I'I'funbff States h not generally known to many person ttieli tadaeomrnt to tho C..h pvrcb uer.. cannot .. and Pieolaea game day at IS o'clock. M. I ITfeiBt4l I french .Mu+tard. C.,.... Pepper, Capera, Olive*.
lastfcaooy, returned into Court oa Friday who talk settling beyond tbe Rocky Moun. fill to ... spprMUud. w.llrrireia: Sivunnaheferjr TI rW3fin Pick lee, Ac. Asserted Preaorve.- Jellies &c.-*i

Utt. with the or".1! bill, endorsed "a true taint. For the information of this class we vivo April/,184S ; time to connect with the Cbarleaton' Boats. whlf'b retail. BvE. CARR & CO.

Mil>> for motet Mr. D glass. tbe Dis the following on the authority of Mr. Green $ 4a Water. 'li.e. dae Mm. ..'eniojfAll % I I May t7 1845.SUPKR1UR >
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bow'a late publication. Freight payable by hipp rfl. PUyiug Cards cbo<|iiereiJ back.
bict Attorney, refMl to act upon this bill,and The it JUST RECEIVED Por Freight l'a.eage.. apply to Capl.ilcNeltjr, Ao ,alao. a freed aapply" of Noti
tfc priaeMr me"M led Journey generally commenced at lade! lito doss A*.oru4 Strop*, Sod. Waiar III ooboard, or to Embossed, Plina P. ,&e, Also Foo| Lettci.
over In I the tuto of acne the Missouri per cap.
pendence, cm river ; thence plot bottles, ia fiN onar. 8aariJ.a. GEORGE !!..,'Sa AI*at. Rayannab. I I and Fane Good Generally.
*>osajkl dollars tad the wltoeasea recognised To Laramer Fork b. 750 miles. ., Limits. Gi.f.'. c.,......(1..6 Ie This i a,.. JA.4. B. cut.&. Anent PaUika. busy 27th.18t5. B. E. CARL A Co.
*> Appear 'tod tetlMy in DM case at another To the source of tbe Plate 250 do title ..... p rubJo t. partkaUrty adapted far aieoraiona or FERNANDEZ: & BI:BEE,
term of Court. To Fort Hall 200 do t&e.aa Wi i.f ready for, inoiadiato... sad aduirabl. Agents. ckaonvvilto. I I Excellent Soda Water.

4ri k. Dot infitrior I.I Fountain _,K.- N. 'II. DREf.:!. Aoat, St Auo.Uae and Pico* I i I '.\N beb.d allbe'UI.Soreor. ...
Rrteil.r la any qoaatl'j. D. E. CARR A Co. lata. ( .
STRAWBEfcRIE 1250 do DU. F. S. WELLES. A C.
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More than" t were sold daily at Cia. The route usually taken from Canada'to Ore J... 3. N. B.-Mr tho.a'o! the !!ail Contractor be>> Juno 18. IW4 .
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tle.ti Wbitc8SORTRU. Pine 14M.lter. tween St. Anii+ wlfek styIle, Nerage- sines ton by the employees of tbe Hudson's Bay *
; prr did Mail C..1a thia Bait and lI.otbe Fresh BHfterr
is & tekaaublo sad ..U.r. ... to rannect with
--stye.glisrt for i .1k asleve.h lr animated. ,kid .... Company b about three thouaand mile, and' .. L porioc| A.... If.!*..U..II.it.Plaster very. Brit'.. er. Faaaengera en; depend. oa thia Line fur dee. tick Maria Caus.". now I. R...it., ;
t 16 feyi of tmUtkf. 1.... Ira raraed ec horseback there being no road LadMO. sad beading mauruU ,*...nU,. at rtUiL. ,.acla. Fare throcch.. frooa Sawannnh to SL Anina* tl P B: E. CARR elk'tto.. .

, I: for .alML I Jess 3. H. E. CARR de Co. tine fli 5t1. KoTeinboi U,' 1843. I April 1S, Ie.;. A.



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f-t"JJ'iL'N 8''flN'D' o'o' UJV1TEB STATES JOURNAL.Bz ... .. 48.
SUMMER G D S. J2
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I r It', r. .. i S I Jatc E.. Dow & C0T AT ,THE OLDSMNlf' {..r.O&
t. II E first nember of our M w paper w n bolos

,r.. : .; eQ mvm O@Q seed tau (brat) day, or May, with .eatire JBi ''GfJQ r 'i :

. : f i new slrese--new type, fan whUe paper, with other
i Important ak.rstinwasd rmpees.o.rw. Tbe paper per echr. MARIA KLOTT3,10 days fram Newark a epleajjdaaeofaanintof inLjea- ;

GI RE NOW LANDING from on board the Scb.HaifisM direct from New York,an extensive and will I be devoted to a fearlese expeeuUo vf D.... DAY&R..ind' by them. They solicit the attention of UietndnUad.piivateJaB ii) jj9>ftrfr firrtr ami

p 1 tomPteteas.ortmenlcftlpnngand' tSum.rGaod.con.itinjaf.ve7 rarie'r of staple and fancy ar. crates prtoeiflee it .-.Joe.I.eI naremitting.ly exteneive assortment. they| hope by strict attention to bnaiaeae to.coi Uaoe.,the Pallay.Mm *'.
rich required the eeasont Also a bMtttUul uaortm.ntof Bennetts tau and Caps, Books and .lation.ary. I oppose'WeJi aid every effxt U esublua a mam stowed apon th.ire.ubli.&meatror the last?years. All orders'shall hare prompt attention. .To .
. Bo U'andvhoee. 8addl." and Name... I'.t(caner Coolciionarr. To,.. Fancy articles and Jewelry moth nonaschj baak aod|other mlachievotts corpo. the usual rAcalitl..a4 discount sod at Charlestbn prices by the original package*. 'TheTolfewin ah f"jt i
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in great rariety. procktry, Glass and China Ware, Tin Brittank and Wooden W,,. Hardware and cot- rations and coasoltditioaa or weanb, which subvert r.wolahelDau1article.ao"beI0Iflce..di "P 1'I ITC4SYoa -

afte. ,Cotnprisiei full and complete assortment of Goods,repaired for this market U which aLe alteBtioai the ngbtsef the people aol andermme the pillars of do. SPICES.-Nntmegr, Mace, Coves, :/aeaia;
,Twaakal. Gunpow
I tbe Re it wW and anti 1I.0a.old ref\
' public| tOM-.oppr.n.
of tbeir friends and putciiawrs generally is solicited. Tbe following ere a portion of tbe leading tides wbid rspobbcsn tariff the assumption ef the I dar J.rial, obe..r.acboDI.8ouc oog.BUGADW I per. Pimento. 'b''j\ I

are Couctantlf kept on hand mt "ate debts oj the uenerai system. uoverameni, and ell other ,_... __If.*fin*.". _I ft.r_. .or......Karl.. .itn..*...fi1.-._-..- HAVANA. .u- PRESERYE91'n cane.of" t::7.5.., "i._ *

I L A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT covered Jan Baker'e PIHers and Batter Bowls Federal prinapUs wbilb have aa inevitable tea. vado; (bright.) Liquorice Paste Rock Candj; jars each, assorted; Costa Jell/ in half. Itboxes. Ir..fl,:. t

'. of Spring and Summer Goods for Ladies Drvseec, I Cut end plain D.c.a'cuTumblere and Wine GUse deaeytode+try pabliepro.p.rit as well aaiodivii Nest India Molasses: Ifatanah Honey. .
CLOTHS CASStMERS I AND GAMDUOON8 ., Mtts Egg Lemonade and Cbampsigne Glasses, deal bappisjets. Agaiant each pebtkal I deUsioos,, COFFCE.&C.-Java Green ; do. ground t Mocha AMERICAN. SFRUPS.-Leroon. Ra.pber r Car. )1

of of style and color 'for Spice lire, Tincture Bottles, Candle Shades, lamps, we shall waft eDtbaegng..KG..pro.itial war. Chocolate;and prepared Cocoa. rani. linger common Leinon. *
variety
every Walno S
l'CE Tomato
and Tallow !, Mushroom
C.\NDLC8-COIDDlOII anWielu < ,
the .
Tbe Farms and tb. Mechanic who produce all Sperm, -t .
Pant's.CLOTHES Preserve articles
Coats and 'Gent1t1Dt'h"1 and Butter Dishes with other
many 1"S
in and half bottle E\\ .
real capital of the nation win find in our annnwav gnarl pint pint ; \
constituting a most .pleb lid and complete as paper
t AND C\ do Curry Powder Italian Macaroni Italia
.ring champteo of their I inalienable nj hts j SOAP. Shatirg white scented| variegated ; Kn' w
I Fashionable Spring and Summer Eng: French andAmerican sortment.JEVVELUY celli, London assorted Sauco. John
the long cherished .riMip' of the editors are too and Drown.TOUACCO. Bull Ue ', .
Broad Cloth; and C.**imerra of every va<. PEILFUJICRYAND FANCY welt known the public U> require any pledge open Flag. 16e and 18i; Cavandisb, Ladie Steak Si uee; Ilarve y. Pending; Caries f' .a '.1
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'nety, color ror len'Ie' .n'. Coats and Pints t a beau A ItTI CLEd. this point. To the Miscellaneous DsDartmeat particuUraneetVui Twist taper Tobacco. 'bub01 Snuff; Scotcl of Anchovies* Anchovy Pane, Pepper fH. ;....
tifula *ottmeiit tlJr.*ellln<, snrh us plain and figured An elegant assortment of Jewelry, warranted of will be devoted f the Ladies will always do;Regalia, Principe. Moya La Norma, and othe T.\RD8-S.petfin., in half' I Ib. an r. Jb. .}
t! &k; ,.and Satan Marseilles and Vafoncis' or ibe tnosl the best quality such u Gold Cksios, Wat* Key. find la esir colonies a choice selection from the bra ad*, and common defers. tin canisters, bottles; English: ground i8WEET /

recent style and of the best qualities.CLOTHING Diamond and Chased finger Kings Bracelets. La current literature of the day, aa well as original contributions WINESLlQUOKS&c. Draad,.. Otard Dapn, OH-:Bordeouzr. Marseilles, in ,ut, '
i 1 dies' and Gents, bre.lt.nd hdk(.. Pins Lockets from the mot u'ealed writers ef which A Cod Bordeaux;Jamaica Spirits: old ration of 12 bottles;' Florence, iu half chests ol' M_

I. A full assortment of ready wails Clothing of the Silver Thimbles, Geld and Silver Pencil Cases oar country can boast. A general somuuiy of For. Rom dol to 4 Proof| Holland and tikiedan Gin; tlea. .
I latest style and best material, such a. Dress, back and beautiful Jet md Fancy Hair Pine and head Ornament eign and Domestic will be un.l.bed;a regular price Whiskey Scotch do. (a fiN articlejtladeira! wine rICI\LfS--Fre variety: Olives! ..,Gapers, ( r rat.
Overcoats, Jackets. Pants and Vest, Linen and Cot. ., Neckl.re./al.d, Silver Comb, current and a curellllit of the prices of stocks will Howard Marsh & Co.; do Marseilles sod Malaga: fbous.( Anchovies cae,. 12 bottles.earFLOUR. f
Ion fibirts, Collars. Silk and Cotton )Drawers; a beautiful JI Soap, Cologne, Honey also be given. pale and brown Duff.Gotdon & Co. Sherry; Port (.-New Buckwheat.RyeFWar,Com, i"i..
s article: of Supendera, Scarf, Neck Ties. Handkerchief Florida and tA'enderValer, bdkf. l'erfum.,1)ea- The conductors have already ared the aid and Cbmp1r"i.lloelr Sparkling vintages ISSipeVor : CMctters, Cheese Butter Lard*'' M.
and Cravats, white and brown L'mnen Dril trifice, Toilet Ponder, Pomatum. Mrcavwr andDear's cooperation of a larce number of the most dUtin* d.aot Vinegar; London Porter in quirts and pints: .. preserve1! Tickles Oils.'tf pices,' n'1' a, I"
ing' and Gambrooo for, Pant.; Heaver and Pilot Oil Altaof Rose, Rn.un Hair Dye.Ac.- guibed literary and political writers ef the day; Port Claret, llelfsieck Champagne in quarts and, sortment of new and frtsh. 3 Waf'
Cloth, for O,'er.Coat. Backgammon and Chess Board and Cbe *jnen, arrangement will a!.e be ..d.,II the ear lies period pints ; Bordesot Claret 'Rochelto Brandr, in tia1rpinl. opened and retail.
I, Gentlemen and Luke Le.n.titchrd and' plain' Un Toilet Glatws, fncy Boxes, Card. Needle and tie- poswible., to errbellUh our ca'unns: by tbe coninba. .. Delpice k eo.; Cognac anti Champagne< 311$CELI. NtOUS.-Alic"nft": Mat, Ta ?,:t i.-vf
en Cambric Handkerchiefs of beautiful quality !Liu far Case*, Ladies and Gentlemen'Drrwng Cases, lion of cprrMpoiidenta from abi 4d. \\'ida.bit randy Mia Celeri r A eo. in half and 1rl.r Pipes, Velvet Cork*, Anrerican Regar CI.O. '
I en Cambric; an extensive assortment ef bilk and Cotton and !*hving Brntbes, Tra elUrit and fancy brief and important Uie of our plan we yeti casks t Abe d. Pernod Fils. in ea.es; nireh late, viz: Sweet Spiced Carraccaa ewes : "FcltI., :
Pocket Handkerchiefs. ..0fiDe assortment of Baskets, Silk Purses Motto Bottle Ch.kMtt respectfully saSmitoarrlaima to an e&lensive pat* enwa.ser de U I Facet Noire; Cordials rf various Plain ; prepared Coca, C1I .if. Soap. J., 'nc ;r.!sr
\I \ White Go.d* and J\Ju.lin., such a. Bishop Lawn, Glass Flower funds. Toy Trumpets. China Vases, r on age to the consideration ef a generous public. kind : Gin, star brand a superior article; Se Paste. Lime Juice Pearl Barley' Fancy:
Borcanett and J acva.tt Mu I .Una aud Cambric. Book Marble Ornament, SonfT Doles Nail and ToothBrushes TIIEOPHILUS I'ISK, t Kr-Maya. La Norms and other bund and Toilet So'P.. Stonfhion Bitters;
I ..eS8* iss )Iu.-'i.' .,Tanru BU,'k, .n.' crlorcd Crapes Glass and Wooden Toys, Dolls, Wonted JC:5:5E C.. DOW ) ED' O" F14 if. Herring, Hardines. Salmon,Mackerel l. Cod.PROVISlo tens. Writing ink and Writing Sand. :
and l Lace buLh figur* Plu.ru"I..uo Seals.IIAfD11'ARCASD. Barley. Oat 3fea!. Alum. bbltlDi"
in great variety ; UUmd common -Pork. Beef' Hums. Flour, flutter Copperas
ed and plsiu ; Plain liar and Striped Mu lins, Ac. CORDAGE. TCR3IS.Weekly and Cheese.FRUIT.Rai.iaea. I Bath tricks Spanish float Ir dlgo. '
LACES ArD.CI/G1NGl. TaMe and Packet Knives of various patterns paper by ih) year & (00 in boxes and qr. boxes; Zantc CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE I II
A of Cambric U.lc, Thread., Cotton and quality ; Butcher; oboe and Oyster knives.81H. for sis months I OC Currant: Genoa Citron ; Dates in frail. ; Prune: I TttOR fUR WIT1I A OftKAT VARIKTYOfShelf o.lrI
!s And Unen great variety KJiiriM, Interims and LiCes, of the tmt Razor*, "heansnd Hciesor ,flea and Table Spoons.Miovrl Semi Weekly paper by the year, in advance 6 Oi inn*** jars; Tamarind' I and Fancy good. Stationary, CntleryWooftWare. >t
st to and beautiful qualities.GLOVESAND and Toni., IIra"l and Iron Andiron, Butts for I,..thsnayear, SO cents. OILS -on... Sperm Castor and Elephant. I Hard \Vue'Uaf.'Cap.' Boots. Shoes NailHinges. *;/
recent ) IIOSIEKY. and Hcrcwa, llra.*nd Clout r\ail-, Tacks, Brads and per monthDaily SIG.ItVf'I choice old. in half btt.e4. qnartci, Ac. Also-a full assortment ItrHCrochrytJ

s I and Tile infrrcai. .variety, Kavps, Carrt'nler Tool. >rTrintinx paper by the year, in advance 10 (00 bate .ighth.and tenth,, of eheice qualities and complete sets of Granite, China and common !i
of Gl' Hosiery con
A corn: fete as oitroent v ; : aid Inc *. Pad and Chest Lock Cop I ** for less than a year, S I per month. recent importation I t Ac. Ac. wareh
lr al tinr of every"v.nety of kind, Color and quality i! boirdTrunk ill Locks, Axes gpades Shovels for than Ui .
4 I di. Sbbwcriptious to the Daily ks two. to a l. Augustine, October 33.1641. "r rt
: I which the attention of (purciia ers arc partcularlj Iud Hoes, I hooks ltd Hinges. Dog C.llais Chains SemiWeekly leee than four or to the Wceklj ,
f_ reckd.I Sad Iron, Coffee )1!.Iron and Steel Fqqarrs, Bran for less Uutt sit months will not be received.If -- "_ j

I SHAWLS. Candlestick, Uridle Bills, nc11e1 and tirtnp.. Pcr' I cot paid within a year, the Daily nafrrwitlb< CUTLERY, &c. Ceo. if. Phillip .

An extensive ajsoriinent.sucli us Red Marina T.bet'Yoo' (rnMaii' Cap Sporting Powder.Try Square. Rules $12. the :emi-wee)1J6aa) the Weekly $1 00 a .opened, a direct importation of Cutler JUSTICE OF TilE PEACH AND NOT Alt
', Moualine de Liine, Kabte l and Plaid, both Gimttlcf, Nub*. P.rws flounce, Pincers Drawing 1"'. .JUST"*" nr PUBLIC. "
I
ergo and mill, a very good as-eminent. Knives, Untie Comb*, and Curry Combs. Bellows, Alt ftjmtmt in be trade in eVr aee. ThoM who Pocket Knife 1.2.3 and four blades ', LL attend to all bu.ine'v connected with. these,5'
a enncr.1 assortment of Itnohes. lied Cord, Rope have of otherwise and Forks VI
I' ItffONd.A.pleuJilassortment < not an opportunity paving mal Table Ksiia'* Y CommitlsionJlie will also all '
or latest rtjle Bonnet.Tat and Cod Lines, Seine and Turtle Net Twine, rub I remit by mail,at our rwk. ".;,, Th Peat I I Carving Knives and Forks lin*placed in his hands with neatness execute and Correct1n wri.
I tau and Satin Ribbons, CM.ielin g of etery variety ol Line and II vLr. Sail Twine and Close Lines, with mo ter's certificate of such remittance shall b. a 'ufCeient Batcher and Table Steels ... .111

color and .t)le t also a Cue aoYtnient ofcabredPadcs man other articles iu the line.IIICITTAMA receipt tbcrefor The notes of any specU 20 dozen ho. Ktme II i. Inn( uperi..n(" In.these Office will be tru'lit
t I Silk Bradcs, Gimp Silk Cord &c. .TIN A WOODEN WARE. paying bask will be received. lOdo Butcher sill! Sheath? Knives, but quality secure to him n portion of patronage ,
Spittoon. Ta and Coffee INK,Tea Kettles,Mugs AND IN aroun. .
i STAPLE AND F\NCY GOUDA. I D His Court Day-The last Saturday in
An .:1t anl nsSHinient of UaUonne and Balzor and Cup, lamp Feeders, Tin Pans hums Pails, NoticeS Hand and Panel Saw,all price ;the best quality month-and his Office i h on tbe,, basement floor eyery'I
In. ; French Jaconet Muslins, and Printed Bucket i'ontTuba, hart Van, )1t'.nrH."b IX WEEKS from this, t will apply to the Judge \V..ct,Tflnoll,Cross Cut..Mill and Pit Saws Mrs. Loetvn'5 lloue.
I Masling, ; "
Lawn newaitJ beautiful articletfor' Ladies' Ure.-. Kettle, FUIIIH l ff-ice Bote. Lamp, Graiter, Lan of the County Court "f St. JolmS County foi Chi e'.,PLin* front Drawing Kniveshatchets. Augustine notli March 1844 JOFFERS
in
thorns TntnUer Unin.r. Muffin Itinr, Broad and Narrow Axes
Hipper I"'mm"\dz ,
end C.1cartdIpe.. mud Blue mar"I Idler of Adtnm.lration on the Estate of AiCIlOUA "
also Black
'
e.z "
tihatingBoti ., aol small Wooden Tub, Hack Friuli iii '
and large SquareCompasses c crl sirs JI
:
I.gti-h. deces H.E3TEVEN l.
I Ilombjzinesnf tbe Ctieit qtulit) ; "IS. !fate of East Florida, f
I Prints very a Splendid, asortineni. its, I'.iU, Trait. and! Bowl. Waernn K.'hers,Cinch ARfl01.Jan. ,Anvils and Bellow hit I,nic to hw friends and the *
Frtnrli Maunoes Prims and GingLus, and itullinll'ine.; Mats and Handle Ba-ket*, Bran With a general variety of other TooT' 'lot sale al rAUCTIONEER .
Americau( Z th,191;.
f '. French, English and Iron Wire, tJt'ln..lJronlD' and WbipsVa' .b the lowed prices i ,by U. F. CARD & Co. ; t

the most black recent and Styles.Silk blue bUck of superb goalie, : also B.ar l., Wbilewa.li and Floor Brushes with many P'rnlll1I'nnc,. articlcx, Arc.PA Notice. hiving been duly q-ialified and commissioned Wt the
1 f dre.. .I other articles h. the line.HOOTS county of di. J.tbn.11 business entrusted his'
Plaid and Striped SUU of late t title "r ; LIT yellow fur family us*, to
snap
WEEKS after date. I will apply fir the JU"K3 '
will
also BonneU Bilk In great variety,. llro"'ri sect! AND SHOES.Ipidie Whitebar4.. and scented SIX car b" strictly and punctually attended to. .
Llxaclied JJhirtinfs and oliteiinlinllinp* ; Cot. fi4iinniiuV Kid :lipi-ci*, llnskins, and Gait __..a w IHM \t. _" the Coinly Court of St.Jahu' County, fur JAne 4.THE. .
DOM1NGC
of
linen era of beautiful Inalil". (,ea rn.pnfane Cau, ai>d letter* f administration on the Estate .
n.n'le
ion and Linen tJnnat.ulgP; L-'ottun s I'amease.! .lf nd and verv description of snag ,)J. STIt1l'rvae- ,
lif'4 UMUUC; Brown and llle"clieJ Ili'llaitd; Hell* criinniun IttNii and Shoes in Crest variety: a Ure .*- Lavender, C'Os.ttc. rose aud Florida waters.Beu's DAVId, late of Lest Florid ESTr.VlNRNOU.decea Sub.cTib*'* hairs JIMI received per .ehr.i
Liar Cauibrks, Builapa and Doula, Canvas and I'ad- mrtinent of Buys and Hisses J dine: \ea'D Clotlij a fine a..orHm-nt of Mlk and Uoott .. Net 1:hoe*, Boots and llmgans in great Cold ere... Pornmad. Mac..*ar oil. F.bI.. I Id..r. "iratil-i assortment of r

t Tabby VrKctts Grass L' ,cn. Silk and Worsted karM ly, a.dt very tow prices Perfume bags lian Soree.a a great varirty nr count and fine Iri-li Linen.. feADDLCS: AND HARNESS.A pandrr.latint cream C ,Itt'ci (. lllae and black Satttnett. Tweed Cloth, black Silk
I .Ca'pet.nl.a". and r M matting Oil CMIi.ToiiH full aMorlinent of Saddles and Itridles, Do itlellarnt Ro4-wtiroMt>gn Cower water every article. paop .. W.ls rhoK-e family Fb'iir \rul'h.. iea. Kid Gloves, pattern Thread .tnpd
Covera.Tilil Lin.n.Cnttnnaud lines Diaper. Plaid **. Martirsgale t -, Cullarf, C'urctngles. Girt., in the net st siJ le l at retail i" .\ very superior brand,warranted to be extra and plain Scarf*. Mue Check, hl'3Yl001 half

and Cheeks. NanWen To"e1mg, Tsckina?, Kanlfiiltuc SaJdleBsg., Ac &. tV-t. a,1Ksl.: U. F. CAUR & Co.Mill in e'.rr re.p. lose. aud a small assortment of Trunks-all. sf
.. Uickand \\'odellltVohtCc, Green, \\ hits )II:C. 1:1.1.\: r.CUi, -. ----- 61( RbN Kv*> Flour. which are now iu Store,and for sale by
A.pb .ufid article .r .,t.r O.d and u.prnaioa t.nrv. Meal G. BURT & CO.l l
end U. d flannels.'rAILURd ; & l-d Kiln lined ;
TRIMMINGS AND M11.IT.tUYARTItLl:3 I..tnp'Instil. land ioxsa.i Ffcxir Bru. h :.. Dueling at the Strain haw Mill, any nom. 10 1-3 Keg Buckwheat Augustine, Feb.. IE.J5. 4
truoli* *, LrnVrrlU, MLing GUMr Guitar, Via WANTED
!
liberal
: lo: r..r'hid M pnci 30 Uui* CraeLera escorted.
line l I.di.. Cow In I-, Ceiria
KidingVliiM( ,e rni'I- .. Public Nutico.
will iuD. New Year' Cake
be AI'IIa'tI.e 3
mite I lack niul coWed Sewin Htlk of ex"llent A'liip. DoiiUcB"': Inns, Hcr cr-, /'lute.. Arrnr* .
of the beet quality ()*na. 31syS.tel-i. 10 Boxs Entli Cl>ee 4>. IS IIF.RF.DY GIVEN loallper-,
C 4ton lUtcbeis
quality twilltSltOI lion. Blue. Ittth HrirkllauiiiM, lUt __ I do Pine Ppple d will
be
burrs and Cotton Thread bilk aud Cotton r'los. ; WhsKlKii.e. Deputy Surveyors engaged -
and Cotluti Cord Silk and | 15 Kegs best (lo hen Button from this time forward until completed, in the'
Cotton, Hilk Aii. oriiucntuf 31emresues I'einttsatJ
Trench ** Dtugsand rnETW (CE(0CW5)( J.GHLKT J. Seh Peru. Foi
1 Mohair Com and Vest UindinaT. Gold and .Silver. ) .tufl.. 20 Kejs Lard-in fine order by urvey of that portion of the peninsula of Florida,
Worsted and Cuban Amy Lace. Embroidered Uuile ye ; .t CO. |M.! jut received i>rr arhr safe' by B. I. CAIIR. & Co.St. especially desisnatedon n Diagram deposited witk
k Sa.lses Patent Leetlier U UOOKS( AND JTA1IUSAI1Ut'a..t \. direct from New Yurk, in addition llueir Augustine Feb. 2.. 1815. the kuoerof the I'ubltcrcbiut at Su Angnstiae,
til ,
1 ', 8 ,'onl' l Knot*, '
|. Belts, with )1.J4't ., In: roidlfed stars, Gail :ti.LT .\ ( a>ontnfituf' *.....1.! frr Jb4.:. IWtry .itri.i t"pIn k mi l I.....a desirable, a."Clm..n'"r Notice '0 wit:"Di trict'. .\. and U.. lying between Tampa
8lio ld r Htiap, &c. or rioMera.anduthrr ortonl,
,, :cliiHil sad Ulank Unu". ni?
tau Alphatel, I.ed1ers, the i it dir cleJ. The follow iing DURING which is iheSnwacnen and With*'
Twist Jet nd common 'ro\'f'rood attention of puirha-e/ a resurvey,} elween
cut.h.pl, and Attorney. I
Gilt Airnt
.a.' Button in rreat variety, fur Coaland Punt; al!.,i .i nd Pa*. U..L.. Ko..| cjp P"ftrr, Inter do.. l'tiuting conoitirc the l IcadPC .,.iclt. j-it received,"iz s: as my MARTHA P. DAllTLF.! r. lacoochre river's. Uitric E. on the head w.l.flO'*'
la Mukicilo, |ln: rl"|,edo. IVrappingdo.Xotedn., II.of bbrk de Eu>. broad the St. JoluiN river between the bau Cf.
,Linen and Cotton Tapes, Braid. Eyelet: Thimbles, A leau.ul.'tn. Drap No 'ember.f9,1P4I.FRINGES s parallels:
Vent Kinc Fantaluon 8irn". Ht.. ,I'i.. sd do., IllHIinff'd. I'tn'ydo.., Ued and Black Clotb. bl ck1 rata. blue "I..I.rd Silk, O. and 1:. F. Districts F. and G..bordering upon the"
r.aliaJ.1 and \\ .frrs, I'mrdiun and Common fin assortment of Swiss, Book and TRIJlMI.\GS kc. Atlantic enactindian River, St Lncie Sound.
Ends, Knitting Pin*, Needle, &0 Ar.comprising Gras Cloth a Jupiter
Suspender SUte. (luitl, Mml Pens l t-d and Slate I4nc la.
assortment of f trinuiing for Tarlton 3luin! English and American Print. ol Inlet fliilsbotough River New River and Key Bin
and a Ciliren complete Coat and Pant. l'l- "(...1| \'..ilint; Cards. Ink; Mnd, Black and the most recent My le. Kersey. Blue Nankin. Canton 1). A. BOOTH, c"yn.-and extt-ndin finm Townships 33: of Ibepresent
Military itfd Ink. con tinning an estentive aortrnetit olTaiicy DriKins brown Cambric, South Florida distance
Flannel. Keatucky Jean .' ,lnJIIst..clt'I.ork s'lrveys. to Cape -being a
GLASS AND rillNA WAiU.Anexsensivs 1OO ,
CROCKERY, Sift]wUlmoll.I..i ry dattinett*. Long; Lawn llbck Crape } a nice assort of about 120 miles along tbe coast and Westward .
a..orttneni .,f evrr% variety e,( r nlut JIATd AND CAPS.A ment of Irish Unsns, Diaper Kid and Silk Gtae*. IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER abont Id miles from the saul Coast. District ..
and pattern son.i-tir'g uf GrAiut" and thina Pining Ileautifnl) ftnicle of lnoiable Silk, Plush and llotKrj,.Handkcrchirf*. Shirting Stripes, bleached FRINGES for Dresses, Curtains, Carriages, H. on the Mosquito.agoossandAtlanticcoast) extending 1.
and Tel S!tn. Soup Iud Sauce Tuireiica, Steak .Pur Hats Cloth* md Glared C.|".will be sold .t nr and bmwn Shcetin and Shirtings, black Sh wl.. OF Koc,&e. Gimps, Dress Cord and Tassels from Township 12 to Township 17.of the recent .
and \'c stable Duhvs. BOM|.. Diniiif ai d Tea v IOM pries, Al.., Palm aid lxf Wool and Glared Cblorrd Sowing tilh and tlimp. Boot Laces a Z.phfr'ouled, Canvas, &c. Coat Cords Cloak surveys. }
Plate.Tea Pots" tau ar Duwls, Cream, aspl'udid t II.< .. : AIM', a few Tuscany Silk, Palm Leaf and 1.irnlortm..1 of Ribbons, Ciavats. Health Tas
variety of Pitchers, L'wers and Basins, Mugs and( Straw Bonuets. Knr Hobiretl foe*. Cotton end Silk VelvelU Trimming*-A large assortment of White Cotton promo Court or by acts of Conzre*, and Certifiedby
Wick, t'.bion.Ue Si'kand Palm Leaf Hat, Caps Fringes &e.e.. the Keeperofthe Public Archives or Claims COB-/*
The abovo extcn/ue tock of f nnda has been pa rl If ninth' sHYrted fur tin City and Country trade and and Sleek. Mlk and Cotton Umbrellas. Paraols. He invites attention to his assortment, which will firmed by the Superior. Court and duly authenticated
frill i be ff'Jle.uh'h.llrom' lime tutime.lireej from Neb York with .he in<**t fashionable goods and of the Paper Ihngmf. fashionable Straw and Tuscany be kept full during the season. as he will be receiving with the seal thereof end Certificate ef the Judge
*t qualities hereby hoping' to retain the lilld.II'aUi tote Mlnclilia, bctn extended to sham for he year Bonnetls. Itoy'a Hat and Caps. Ladie'e walkioi the newest and most fashionable stjles.orrcaa appended thereto and Head rights or Settlements,
., GLURGI.IiUItT & (,o. Shoes and Kid lirp.", Needle Buttons, Hair Pins, ar TUK ricmoK on OTHKBWISC.Terms ind every other class of Claimants, in any of then. .
past.May 12th 1345.l' Super, Hair and lie..io/j Comb Tapes Head .ud prices shall be such, to give aatUTac- hove district, are hereby notified that the evidence
Ornamenf' Scissors Frjmg Pans. Gun Tube, ion. nf title must be furnished to the Surveyor General or
=- ----- a. .1:1C1aeUllq'i114.he HI DIM'Fore, thief k.tr.hid tbs tigh* Table,Chairs, with many other Article rdapted to aTU kinds of TRIMMINGS made to order. tbe Deputy who ia appointed.to Survey tbe District

Seh. Gill>cttli llatelifield will sail for the tst price In Coats Trade will be raidJ4n.gl.trf4" C .1.\ MOO, all of which will be sold at \. lowest priM New York. J..nua,2O._[r.b. in which the claim i i. gtseated.in order that the boaa; fj.
t I f. F.. CARR A *. GEO.: BURT & Co.
ofnch claim be
darks
above port on Thursday tmt. Apply in. *, may Surveyed andeatablisbeth ,
B. K. CARR & CO. Superior Court : ilmfficl F.IN :1. Aasatio. Jan.21, 1845._ HARDWARE.RIM. It is of the utmost importance that all owners n a .
May. '13. 164ft riiANcr.itY.: Ckttet. Stock and Pad Locks rue"$of Private claims should point out and identify *
I Isaac C Kendal: aud Martarel Cook-Complainants, Drugs and Medlcl es. '* Clipboard Trunk and Till do. them in proper time otherwise the Deputies will pros '
.' New CoedBy }-. r*. F. S. WELLER & CO. respectfully an. Squares and Rim La.che311 kinds ceed with the Survey of the Conntry as public land.. y'
\ Sell Gilbert Hatfield 10 days from New Sophia Hunt Ute Sophia Delepine. and Hleazer P. DR. to the i inhabitants of fit. Augnstine and Hinges and Bolts, all kinds V. Y. CONWAY, 8a""olGea'l. /'

York ,'e.re receiving a fin'! a..nltm"fll !I.. Hunt her husband andother, heirs of Joseph lie. its vicinity that they have opened a Drug and medicine Carry Com ., Firing Pant OQico of the Surveyor General / *,[-.
3:)) ptckagii. ff selected articles, a* 'heretofore loapine dec and John M. t'UQ.a. Administrator store in this city, near Mews Cart & Co's es Trace Halter and Back Band Chains St. Augustine, 1st No,.IS"". ( ;l- *,
\' kept by its. r'auiHies and nther. nupplies .less pricea &c.r the aid Joseph Delepin, defendsnl. tablishment J that they have on hand a general. Brats ind Plated Candlesticks Novembers l't *;.
( |than at anv other store. A liberal discount lal. leading and filing ,b. alfidtvita of Thomas sortment of Drags IINtc nn. Perfomery. Ac. Bra..Wire and Pierced Iron Fenders 1"-

ways mije for Cash UPON J>q ifolicitor for Mid Complainants, They beg leave to aware the public that their stock Tea Trays in sets, great variety of. new and beautiful $15O Reward, ,i f
D. E. CARR & CO. and it being made U appear that two of the said of goods ts (fresh has been selected with great care sty lea WILL be paid for the safe ';,
May 13 1645.__ deffndautsto wit Aletacder R. Ihorpe and John in the city of New York and will be constantly r* impartial"acd plated Castennew pattern. For sale in the Savannah Jail, 01' to '
;' i A s City Let For Sale U Thorpe, rntide beyond the jurisdiction of this nleni'hed. b> D. Eo CARR, do Co. Bourke, Esq. of aid city the. d.Ii.'r1'\\.;

Let irJ' feet bf 81 r.et h. a desirable part of the Court and in the City of New York. The attention of planter and settlers !It respect J.n.2I, 1845._ run awsy alavcs who made "
that notice to invited to Ilai..bliabDMDt. which it i i. resume from plantation' on Jekyl Island ;
Ir
A for m private resedenee, having on it a few i* Tur.atrvKE onriEKiu appear fully my \
City '
Years vth, and a number and answer said bill or complaint be given to aaid ed they will find a cotter of convenience and advan Notice. Ga.. sometime about the lest of August*
Treesof.urue pro
Ore nc< two Years growth 'lately irinj>lan- defendants by the publication of this order In some .tag.. 9IlEREDYGIVF.Nthsttwo monta after date, 1P43. Charles a fine looking fellow bald on the top 1
ofyeungtrrtsof thriving sn a. to form e .ndtom"" frove.Welt newpaper printed whbiu this Vi.u d Hr the space On band yari.t1.r the standard patent midi. the snbscriber as Administrator of the Estate ol of his hea', aged about 60 years and formerly beloag .f.\!
I t lei end and newly fenced It May be had at a low of four Months. once in each week consecutively, rines. amour which are the followingLee's DOLLY McL>Ajr.dec..d,will present his account ed to the estate of Bulow ; his wifo Mary Joseph
r epnlrintr to the Subscriber, also TOOAcres from the date ber.or. I Pills, Godfrey a Cordial, to the Honorable Judge of the County Court for and his daughter FayeUe. tee girlaboat 17 vearsoid.
t
estimate the.y St. Jobs River a few mile. below A nd it is fmtber ordered that unless said defend!* P''t,'. Carminative, Hooper's Pills, adjustment t and notice i.i hereby further.given, thai These nrgroeraU made their eaeapertomo few years
on appnar and answer Ibis biD of complaint within one British O3. Thompson's eve Water; six months after date I will apply for a final dismiss! since and there apprehended and confined fora time j i.
Jacksonville. GnORCC L. PHILUP month from the expiration of the time for the ..bli- HarUem Oil. Opodeldoc, as said Administrator of which all persona will in the St. Augustine prison. $100 reward wrll be ,
cation of this order decree pre CVS/M' will'. taken I 8.aim's Panacea, Swajoes, syrap ef wild please to take notice. paid for their delivery in the1 Fort at St"Antuaimer !
May 10. 1645.TWO against them. 11a,'. Liniment cherry. M. U.TUCKER ExecutoryIta. CHARLES. DU BIGNQN.By .

H1 otlc4. GEORGE R. FAIUFANDS. Clerk : Brandreth'e Pitt,. Morrien'e Pil... 14, 1645. A. II. COLE,,Afent.
MONTHS after date I will patent lc the March 4. I HIS.. Turlimton's BaUam. McMaan's Eliier ofo- 81'Augustine, April 3d. 1843. '
*
Court of St. Johns Connly. ny acA fret Ice Ifenry'scahrlnedMag* plow, WEEKS aflerdatewewit,apply to the Judge ST. AUGUSTINE ICErllOUSB. .r

.s >unts and vouchers, administrator of tbe Letate HEREBY GIVEz,to allperan., concerned as neia. fr.al'.". SIX the County Court Of St. John's County,'for i 1'11& ,.abtclibert have, at very .,expete.
dec. for adjustmeut, of IS rr Dr. 1 .Il.r will live bis personal attention to Utters of Administration the Estate of GEORGE "
ol TMOKIS L. STEWART, creditors, legatees, end such as be entitled on the.above building, and are now filling
.hich allintereated will>take due notice.JAS. distribution of the Estate of General jay JAMES he dl.penI. ef medicine. C LARK,late of,East Florida.deceased. the .am. with Pure Rockland Lake 'J.C i front-New'.
COLE, Adm'r. CLARKE late of the Spanish Army, deeeas. that St. Ango.t&e, Nor ?7ih I I3.Aiatirefiial PETER CAPELLA. York. We hope from oar unions to socomodefe ai('

April 14. 1645. all claims and demand. against lid Estate mast betbihlted JOHN LEONARD That it will be sustained No account wiU be kepter,:
ice 'Meti*c. within two years otberwie the Mme will Sharlagr Cream. Feb. 25, 1845. i credit given. Tickets from 35 cents Dp.,to be had of'
MI. Augustine be forever barred. All persons who have any d. A superior .,tlcle. Dr. F. S. Waller A. Co., Agents, and redeemed;.:
be
'I
It distinctly -
wish to
again Seda and Seidlltz Pewdera
THE Bubscribere the IceHouse minds again the staid fouie. are required to present ORRIS TOOTII PASTE. the Ice House.Hoars _
no let will be delivered from an4eieellentdentrifice eleaaiaj SNUFF. Liquid Opodeldoc. of at'Q to ; A",,J.eYefJ U\onwDI
(' notice. w. then without ..I"saneS.U tboe. Indebted, to makeImmediate POPULAR CEPHALIC delivery ,
except agreeable previous laJOSEPH A tbeteeirt.bardeninf th..am. and purifying : llair Oil. aerwat Oil. during th-'week;end a. 6 P'tf, 'oqJiltord'J aft,:
win payment
t,;, hope oar friends ire sn our eedeavnrsj to plea. HERNANDEZ. Le brault-ror sale. br, A Tooth Powder, 8tee| P.a.lacllibT.In ooons. These rules will be'lttictty .dbd'ed' aod'bkdeviadoti

f pgreewitli -r' B..H.,CARR, A.Co. Proprietors. Adminlotnh.r.witbthe Will aoneted.St. Dr. r. 3. WELLER, A Cd.Sley '.. Tastiest the Drof'and, Medirine. Store, by "O'l'q'AIfIt-' : ..' _
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