Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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 Material Information
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: March 10, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057498
oclc - 08822160
notis - AKP5524
lccn - sn 82015285
System ID: UF00079918:00321
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other fuTt OUTS for each sub.equent one onri -- mind to for 'ocean's dead "
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..uQu v v&po&tot BD< no one WilL considered left I VOL.xTzti.! :: ; st'; Aiguitine,. Barelll. 14PJ fo ik: ,1. 9, reply. ., J
ffence,. __ *$aarr'i J V. / :: i J- kL: -_,_ _-_ 4 1 _11 I "See yonder is the Spanish'fort, built of :

b1 : A decoction will be made to those who advertise fcy. ;i following; "/;*although*" by$ttp 'meansbest V \ c6urif94f Indies t by' attendin tQ ai-......' & He lies'the\poqm4n's wife, with nought to ; concrete was foundin shells.; chains'Tis within said a its human dungeon skeleton walls. ., : -J

the year.Jfttieei'J. < M of-the sketches i in Ned j&qfrooi ine'8 I legi&thJ t :! s ieffl.her naked[linros mad see,some facetious Sad relic of man's ..: ,
WTer4rInX 'applicftion for Letter adminittra-- 'Loiiwa.i \helping Abby. iron/shirts for wagiasetuok in hfe ;paJe" lips-lips.that her The cruelty .'. ;:

tiot according to tkfte rules will coat $3,50., ') which first-latejjapgr itdfeiiy 'j'h!! ; I I. % f pii Ft1e' bn the morrow. The old man 'children hung uboa- thc Kumpt of-a'CI ar. the medley population swarmed forth to I i ,

OfIhe 'dtftionl, to I mi<;Cr iifor ,'$4, 0., V i': k t outer
yttiettfordiiekrgetvfil] be charged $10. :f e3cRjnade ta our own. pliice.1 1V herefore 1 'Sh vooks: ,ancie\t jars, old canes,herb;, Ha! ha rings out in jfi >'rfliddle{ of that luxuries, that them-news-that brought. them .' .- .- .
.. I and tM. l lay/ round. A large spittoon, death' papers f..J
PRIKTI neady and executed at. befor .our.readers. The home-like
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rrJ le on I the receptacle.of tobacco-juice and huge tushes 4 Again is heard that c u't oUs'rap, and a hide- mansion kept by Mr. Living 1 .- -
,* of re**t>aa terms.i ston received their sea-worn forms. The-rica
STEPHEJT :11ORR81TIlE I of rustic boors, .was on=the#oori An old map ously pockmarked tiegro, 'buring; a 88Ckt enters :. f'a1
grictsafser ,-- I J AMERICAN DOCTOR.:" ; I of the United States,'ovcrediadorned} .th .; the- door. \.. perfume of orang -groves stole in the:\ >eli

of'th.' I, .i FAtLIG. Nn*;IH' der aid you ever chance. .tfr:")risit.. NewindYnwrel I wall, while. half-opened closet-disclosed the :j His great eyes are wild,and blo" dsnt-his from casement at early dawn; the wartikVdram, :

En !l'States ? I awful wonder of vthe simple, village, -a ware-'thick' lips are'dis-tepded into a ghastly'grin-he fell neighboringarrisons.at mern''and:: eve, : Ii a
velqzoto LUMATIC11NIMEIT, I the' picture w#would surnm tt'to memU -,I strun .set pf human. bpnes. ) is-a Ghoul scaped from the Tombs. pleasantjn the ears the tray warble of (

o.ry' ye'w be nq'.unfamiliar'i i obj t t O&r I Ismgh .In cbnt "i Bj mooUibey. \ y,'and.W tcbedLe ."Fire doIlarsYpleasernassal"7and he drops caged iioopaMfeiriike. angel's whispcrmurmured -: f ____
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io'i.Odet. ..' ; "..' ; iri. .;;.....,., it'... e" ',.ut orj.1h.m f Ii8 with raflifoliafce '. You are going :wherev numberless -a And' I hef darkey cluched from u bloody hand lorm.of ,Dr.some;:months -. '.' -

,f ', 11. .cu_,z;, '' .. .. ,n '.,. m. "f' .-8' 'i< )\r brewaed! ? : ; de- ,wrecks have strewed the way ; let me point to I the brightlyshinini gold. :: ,Morris was again araong his4': -...
ii b. 'Ji 4 p..,. .. t r{; : .l.. "ccnUm. m. youngcot1s, who! appeared well jversed you the fearful whirlpooth--thateven t in apparently ",My god'! ,I'm cut 1" echoed through the mero patients' it was plaiq a.. mourner oi: '?'i. '. : '
'i I4imbp; ) .&, ;;; some de ar:'one dead
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!!' .Cfldr wendedKheirleward passing by otOar .
lo*h.le.foir. t. \.4 tJ r i .."thejmjysteries! 6fteparking, smooth water-weuld seize' you for a room. ; J .
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1.; : .: 1.74 8weUiW !!r', E' -' h way'.along: "ttie dusty road, aflbrdto deathly pallor.sets bww by the hat, but by the never.t-. :. .
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by ati ... nones.named ...* .lf'the. to many! an ancient spinster a pleasingtlpme "'Shun the wine-cup-'tis :;$he bane of our. clustered around the doomed one. Grey hairs tokens and of a griel-inu d h ear :rf. {t.. I

i Coraof .. .. '1I1'ICeakve\ = for c6njectiye declamation. oyer her tea, profession. 'Many an honored name has it With eye and hand rendered untrue by con- bro\v. iionoretsefuIneJe; on that* >: '- _

.; tied" t accordance complaints thiS Liniment, if firjhe ensuing, .we k. brought low."Never tract with the ,wine-cup, one of that joival Life's duties .'..10-. .
the '.a, yll I beJouod an invaluable with the directions on each phial *Wall, I drclare, if Mary Txmlsa Tompkins let it touch your lip ; a cool head : liming! has-pierced himself with the Ueath- are performed. But the proud< 't'J

jdlrecpoasu- ; ;. "'r.,: .fc intended solely for the above antidote for Mertiiry. be- )Jain't got another new hat !I" i" and steady hand is ever needed to stand beside. brin ing-knite. fAll *. hopes he l that'whlsperedin with her young ambitionVear, .;.: '.:: -
[ I- .. Rqle i of the increasing namecJ diseaSes. In It's shocking to nature, to see the way her tho sick and dying bed. !! that skill could do Was done. tint .' iu the sands of St. Augus- .. f .

road hentered largely into.tht' demand, the pr'p.rietor'? Bather: )lets' her go 'on It's well she's got a "Ours is a profession fearful responsibility But three da\ after, his mourning comrades :" -.:!o-,;- .:,f:!., '" -

11 a1s.. '. .riothe expenses incident upon manufactory the of the'flUme.. rich physici ner fur a dad ; but some folks are ; you cannot rightly discharge its duties in'sad procession:: bore his swollen form within. "- 4Lia .. ,

iial Jtetch a Wej1. desire to rentltr benefit to' the etting it ups 'hs good as: .other folks if they don't. wear pink even when slightly. under. the influence of the portals of the silent tomb. From the Athenf Literary. : .. ... i! ii .
ers j many suffer-. : !
diszre&ing '.dieaae;has caused ribbons on their hats wine. Ten years had passed since the We i
atl1. .pub the llaJe' of.iW .NQ.make She calculates' catch Stephen The barbarous of prescriptions sealed will not vouch for the,genuineness of iheibltowt! ,. .(
byI't'ly ; "" .":""f' tJ jW4'/I.lr- .. to-. .young custom writing I parchment, solemnly dehivcredlmad enabled i Ing. which purports to. be*an ttraetfrom* : '
a petfealad. .
JiTh i the of L.MI Morris.11 'I ? in abbreviated and unknown write his 1'1 .: ;;
1\-\[ year our > on 18 aad; ,L".I mulred and forty nine, and to continue t1101'I froJt I Ip ** :I reckon: ,for my parti don't believe she'll may be forced upon you 'at a moment's warning At the hospital! of Paris, the sick-wards of wh
air uf ,-.:,!, day until l the sam.is inj.Ieted) ; And that tlror succeed ** *: c -and. your mistake may be a wife or parents New York, in cholera's rage,and feaVer's; deadly as a dctmper, perhaps, upon somne"feetlteatedma'ipritjon. ':-jj': l't .

e4oI.Ilien.- miss ont'1'8 la cause notice of aM !nlc' t..b ",S'eplde'ajis a .proper, nice.ylrang'jnan::: and death-a death of stupor or lingering I blight, his eye and heart became familiar i At all events we print it ; X : ")3-': ? ,. '

j ately published until !the stay! Of said tlJto, '".;- should look]abouihinuhe., -" r pain. a 4'* with Itritnii gc of the reapers.Death f, Oh D.California ..... s 1 .f.1
lowing newspapers \'it. "La I Aunt how suspicious! ,. '" N& for fellow A fond wife the Doctor's cometo .: ", .-.-' ;,.. .
'I, I Unioii\ &. [ ,.,all. I ; I ntn4, Betsey, you v prescribe liquor your > oung ( daughter, All) who.haven't '' ,.' ;4.. ...
Ly'j I rharlt-ston, ntelligrjieiT, W11l1IngtOI! ), bl'n. nlways are1! You cau'$,:. see two young >folks ,ma.n.o J' the playmate of his early days) huns on his To lay ye heads got ... .{. '. ', ,'..; .!{ ', _. '
I'j. Courier. Uhnrle>ton.Ji C.M!' walk toeth r.without thinking it $raige." ::" The ,laboratory of bounteous nature has arm'in con fit]ing tenderness ; while the future comfortable your weary upon ::..I., "I"t'.. U. \- '.
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geofUn" ,i ? Georgian Compierc.ial; &Bull.-tin Kipullican.' Nt.w.Orl'on, Savapnah.l.\ .,y I, u You said -Ralph Miles' was sure to1 be married I I 'other reI i'ediC\that will do as well ; your one promised years, long years, of united happiness ye who can't for spot dinner get ".:;: :}; ;: : j. r'Au : .
Journal, Alabama. 0f te| to !Tn aiiawks, because heV waited on prescription may plunge a whole family in and domestic love. A\dish of cold) potatoes .". :f7' '; "1\ ,J- "-

wale :. .- Sentinel! ,l\tmttlu.m.t'Z, ; -Flo da. 'I i her hum frxn singing
the '''''' t !'1'.J W. Biven by R out-" J' i sought-for excuse to encourage the inebriate, entered their pcacefultlwelling, and with hacking TOtglorIOus place of waitersAll '4 ':>,

eaiJ, Iroadg 3 4---f:I For SI1. _",: -t;. T, t Well.Tih J ought to have married him, even justify a relapse in the, !.iIl. then, reformed cough, like the snake's warning[ rattle, gave ye who've not another shirt I I ITo ," ;. ; ."t '}

'\ "I J. / if she didip. :but :she always. was a brazen ** Jf'you: would shim the" widow's curse, see notice he would fasten: on his prey: wear while one is 'washing"J: .". -
fib.rfr- ) i\\ .4. f" CtIt.i tbin -" : iil I you prescribe not rum. I The ruddy glow of health tied at his presence Or who through mod melting snow: -- "

Is. .I:,.: fl 1. ..,j. fki f.11'pPPoprfIlU d" Good af eYnoori, Aunt Brtsey How d'yedo "You have seen enough to know that the ; the weU-}>roportion 'd limbs transparentgrew In ragged boots go sloshing: t-.: -; -

I their ; MJIL'IC; II P.. DtP OIl for Annie 7" interrupted tie Miss Hawks. physicians life is not.a bed of roses. At any beneath his withering touch ; in low accents Come ye to California-T ': ,
ads. 1 '"jw; JUQ tU :. aULhQl'1U8the t'nt.roithe, year ,ding "How.'are you, dear ? Do come,home.withus of day-.when tired nature seeks relief in sleep murmered: that bird-like voice. it's just the place to suit '00:1. to.1..' ..; r .
v I..; t Y..harIes transporrattn, of ,"chorussed both. r-e'eii in the society of most cherished friends, Hope whispered to the heart-She will not For here you'l) find the COMFORTS !i :.t':. :-! :

do r 'I amreloiVoA: ,,places. UIIavan ine'; Thank "you-1 can't this' afternoon I'm you maybe{ summoned ;'no matter hcrvv dark die--she's-better now," when the htctic flush Thatyou've been always used tOot ',( .: : '
ren.g.be- A:- 4 Pt"U ge Po8tzn er Ge" ral 'hay'deem OD the foast I I I engaged \0'with. Miss Mary\ Tompkins ; so, I the night or drear the'-road-'mid summer's would paint that sweet face and brw, in mimic, But And if you've go-to-meeting got a Sunday; } mil-. ,. .. v, i.t '. 'i t .,.

nCt ci &PPT1IIt pracr '' good-bye I shower, and winter' snot w-tbe trivial ache of- health.' But, like the dolphin colors \ .:
therezGl't1 j -ft* '- fading And if you've. got tw paJriVTwo .
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J : A.J'm f>WputintooMiVfin j I, "There sfe goes-crazy after the young : peted millionaire, Or ufirewa'rded visit.to the te fleeting* rainbow seen at setting sun with' shirts and. one.jatn. : ', ., .

wdV ted c.a dp fesfP/W: ; parM c D JSP;h#! the girlS?, poor au'scot.-mnayalj. .. .: .!)h and: its your duty more than earthly beauty she wpuldjshiae, thtnjfthlk ., jfc.A,'.JI tt !",.II,p.f. KHiiHg' 100.- ...' .-j,; ".- ',t-' -n

rB"w"rii'naKi&j! cats l tdn g ra1te'. : fe l.y..IoIb't. ?K.,;.{] .tot.otif.. .,,.........' 4. "$, t ,.e .'.;::4. ..; ". ., I. _' //1. t .in"deeper paljor I. andVjadeai. '. ... U)a.t;I'". i .H \ ;;... .'"1'''r.'r '.'.' ,
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..J ifJqt\ ..1ITreeei 3ac the Contract? : Office ot the !'I I' me ..KUiiig )ua, in UJ1 fV6.'im m; & I)JWJ IPd i4 ---- --- i 1 ili-iLL "..! <""r' }.,
f"" 1'o tee Deti 1t..1hecjttof \Vanhington.AintU9yi. -''England.State !lth8! abbath- lay, s done ; and part, of our profession. The social hearth is for her-ab.ve-. ';I' -' a.1Ippse .. :\!" t, ,.t",:" ., ':....

uuof ttbf 54th day afrwecember, 184 gto( be familiar chat; neighborly calls' and' shouts of.,open to your mercy. Family secrets that will Distrusting her own skill, :Morris had early Take my advice, and dont, I pn;: : '; .
rib .deciicd thg nextjday.)oh th< mutes and in the manner !I childish: .glep, mark with unerring .ac 'uracy cause your heart to shudder,will be whispered: called his professional brethren to his aid.-' My sad example follow, 4ji. : 14"! _
ir aDd tune befrinefkecified,viz: cessation frc m the day of rest." '" i jh your ear-the blooming l ide-the blushing Powder and pill herb and drOp, were tried in Nor all the fairytales you heft '
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rrnjsre LI t of 353 |.From St. Augustine, by Smyrna Indian But who tis Stephen Morris ?" : maiden-the loved wile and mother-without vain. Candy a-w nostrum checked not the With greedy credence swallow: ', .

Eivtr. "an Lucie, Jupiter, Miami i. Key Largo, Indjan Most\ any (of the inhabitants of, that beautiful 'reserve, will come beneath your care. Thereis night-sweat or cough-racking pain. For though there's GOLD a plenty here- i f

K j, Ky West Charlotte Harbour SarnMU" *, Tampa, I Kttle vilage; could have told *you-A The no medium course;; you must be a ministering In solemn conclave,the Erculapians appear. As sure' as I'm a sinner- t1 ..

Cedar Keys: St. Marks, Apulachicola, St. Joseph's, young man who is fcarnint' 'to be a doctor, up angel'or destroying fiend. Their skill.. is baffled, but something must be All Wont you can dig from early dawn i
and at..Andrew's' to Pensacola twice a .month and I Dr. kins' where the( of old polu- .' May the Great Physician have thee in his done the be = buy a first-rate dinner : -9 'J
back,in deaniboats. f at ; Tomj' row ; case must disposed oi- let her And a purse of gold-dust half, n) long .
Separate) salt'Jor sections of the above lers, like tfu'. tysoldu-rs, stand before the gate. caret" go away." As legislative speeches .:
pro routes
faia f ibUon' viz: "i"JYo'n .aswilibeconoidered But perhaps you would like to know a little There was a moment's pause, while the Oh how cruel to send the wasted form Won't buy in auriferous land t .

| laid! q St. more of hini who forms the subject of pur good old man lifted to heaven his teardimmedeye. over the briny billows, away from home, on astrangerlan"dto A decent pair of breeches !I" :' .
Augnstir.e 10 Key \V>st.- :
I I tale. In the solemn silence of that moment die. r

of f .FfOrilPen'l1c01a From Apalnchirola to Apalachicola to Tampa ;I:: A few years before f he1 was bright-eyed' the. angel of good resolutions was whispering But'wise men or'derd it, and they obey. All's j Toast. -1-1OME
ling thoughtful whose opetbrowyoii could to Stephen's heart-freely admitted there-she the well-packed truksare '
from Tampa to Key \Vest iapIng in each case Iqd$ ; on ready! ; safely strapped i'
She iA&ennediate points.ropcaals Jt read, in Gods! own characters, the vouchers ota henceforth made it her chosen home. and standing at the oor ; the wicker C : a health and 'tis: not to be slighted. with sips, -
bate- ; "And oh shun the house of the A coll 1 pulse,or a spirit supine ; > _-_ .
P ? for weeklf'rnce 4'the above routes orJectioBi noble spiri And while time had qdded to my son basket; filled witb books and 'phials, is upon
be. of routes, will also be considered. the gravity, it had not detracted from the pleasing : strange woman=who' fiattereth with her tongue the floor ; the ""extra shal hangs on the chtir. All To th: bojii! i in my its heart flow with seems the to wine rush to! my lips. -

4,. NOTE. characteristics of his face., His* assion -who forgetteth: the guide of her youth. I With bonnet no,' well-cloaked and shawled. 'commingle -

t.. Each proposal should be aopompanied by for the medical profession was tbe. result.of a Go not near her house-charm she ever so 'that sweet, mournful H-lce' lpppars ; now with B ring a cup, of the purest and solidest wareJ

iiostlid Signed by one or more responsible persons,in a the guarantee follow- kind heart-wishing: skillfully to.benefit tl econditIOn wisely. Avoid it-passnot: : by it-avoid it, excitement flushed:, now passing pale. Seatedin But a littlantique in its shape ; '

\ iing manner, viz: ?to. an4 alleviate the sufferings of his and turn away the rocking chair, mother and sister standing And the juice it shall be the most racy and rare..
The undersigned guaranty that fellow-men ; and as a student under old Dr. Leave to silver hairsand well-tried 'prin ,i- near. And then 'thos!# mournful eyes-they All! the bloom with the age of the grape! '

Iwyre. if his bid for cnrryingi the mail froui to' be v Tompkins,.th honored Esculapius of the. village pies, the taak attending vicious'youth. seem.to look') ou, hrouh.! 'C
[ accepted by the Postmaster General, shall enter into an und some ten adjacent miles, he commenced -i \:* Hark : 'ti(is the rriag -rumble-mother, Even. such is the love I would celebrate now, "

.. obligation prior,to the/rf day of February 1Id.with his studies, preparatory to ;attending the The iron horse" with shrill snortings bore honv.% adieu At onre youngandmatureiniriprimeLike ,- .
the of the that bears its
on good:and Eudicient sureties, to )perform the service pro- required lectures in college halls. him from his rural home. Scenes familiar The wharf i reached ; the st(\pslet .down ; The bud tree, blossom,orange and fruit at one time on ':bough, >, ; .

Irethe- posed." Under his guidance, day by day he pondered vanished with the passing:moke, t he steamer'swharf I in'l her husband's arms, the narrow plank is sate- I : _

( This should be acc mpnuil'd by' the certificate of a o'er the woundrous structure of the creature was reached--Neptune's domain invad- ly travelled! anu\the ship's deck is gained.! Then with thee, as is due,let the honors be paidVhiis1t I '. _

)id.ire I post master, or other equivalent testimony, thar: the man-the tender nerves, the sturdy muscles ed-and at length Gotham's muddy docks, Yo: heavt hothe! anchor is upraised ; I like \ I give with my hand, heart,and head-, ';..u.t

guarantors are men of property and able to make good the time-keeping: heart. And then he stored with their equestrian' demons,'reached. a true sea-bird: ., the vejssU flaps her, ,canvass Here's! to her, the fond mother dear partner, kind '' a.:
heir guirant-'*. his mind with .harmless herb and complex With the loss of only three coat buttons.Slephen's win s. fiend :.if

': 'The.proposal 1 should be'eent, to the department: seal- condiment, to break the fever's power, or call boarding house was gained. The The steamer leaves them when !they gain the Who firt: thaught me to love, woo, and wed. !" .
r endorsed Pwposllajfor: route No.,3,53 9. in Flori- again the of health in the pallid : next day Stephen was matriculated at the hook the his liuie bark :
Jehi .,"and addressed to the Fir& Assistant Postmaster ruddy glow I ; ; -pilot clum.burs. ---: J.- I
General. cheek. I "Crosby-street Institute," and with redoubled I and with him vanishts'the last tie of land -
[ His waVa door. ardor pursued the studies that were to tithim I The assemble THE CONSTITUTION FRIGATE.-The following i ?
j.For the prohibition of bids resulting from combination welcome footstep at every passengers : on the quarterdeck
The blessed him the 'outhrullovl'd him for his medical career, I and watch the With l letter from an pflicer on board the noble frigate 0 g t
1 0* ,and the terms and conditions on which the con aged; } / eager:? setting sun. :
IkeIn A tract is to be made., see the last annual advertisement. -f-while some of the Jniddle-aged wondered By the advice of his old friend, he determined calm dignity the lord of.day kisses the sparkling Constitution has been received bya gentlem .
\ who he'd ? to enter in a druggist's establishment, the he him her then in in Boston, give: an account of h r successful : J
} C. JOHNSON, Postmaster General. maitrjr. wave ;L wraps in arms, '
ire* POST OrricE DtrARTME.vT, Washington,Sep.16, 1848. A': country} village is a carious place, and. better to familiarize himself with jail branches sinKs in her' mtlrace'. The breeze i.es e.is and almost unprecedented run ac'ross; the J ', '",
:Sept 20-1aw 12w' this Was n9.gxception! to tfie rule..His of his profession..The salary'Was. nominal -dhd comes o'er the waters laden with, salt sipped Atlantic. This well known ship, built abouthalf .

.:... od preceptor' m..the healing: aft. was a and the store was situated in-once the notorious from the willing lip of dark blue wave. a cenTury ago, >still ably. vindicates her .J .

Chn___nl-ct__ ___ West. ___ _Broarlwav.. ___ claim superiority : ; _
1)rk r. Election of Judge: of FYobate. widbwer, who whole Iouseholdbesido himself .' ,_ -n nnw' Leaning on her husb1n 8/Sirr
'I If obedience to the requisites of the law pisaed: at consisted i in his daughter and. an .ancien Pawn-broker, pblicjr-otfice* liquorsellingVest sought the "c bin, andin its confined air was I U. ? CojisxiruTioir, ') '",..i{f:"" .
L the General Assembly of the State of Florida, helper," known\ in New England as-Miss Broadway soon engaged in worshiping Neptune." To OffCapeSpartelDec.28.; $ .
entitled Scarcely had Stephen been one hour 1Osta1led the My..Dear Sir; The great interest I know you,
"An act to previd for the election of Judgescf .Abbv. innitiated this \'yilltsuffice-to the Unsophisticated -
: Probate by Peophf Notice is hereby. 'given Lo'uiseas delighted o.be called: utterly in His news position, ere his eyes'were landsman ''we.cari only say, as the and all the Bostonians take in this noble ship, ". ,';' 1

that on Ure.first Monday in Ma.y nexi, an election repudiating the Iary'" and less romantic: opened to the secret of the support of the sea roughened.tl1eTpasscnges grew sick. prompts me to give an account of the great run '

wilt be held) at the several precincts in the county Clf Louisa, the gift of baptismal benevolencewas many druggist shops of that.vicinity. 1 v How sociable t folks get on board a ship Two she made the first thirteen days out. We left .

St. Johns, for a JCDGE OF PROBATE for said county to : a gay youna creature, on whose head the A bloated l female form, with head tnvelpp'edin 0'. or three fellow-invalids were seeking prolonged Cape Cod at 2 P. M., on the 18th of December. 1 '' i- _

--- hold his office until the first Iond y in October, A. D. "weight of fifteen s'JmmerssafJ but lightly: 7 an old plaid shawl, approached'the counter life in the balmy breezes of the sunny south.The'piss On tne tenth day we were up with Fibres the. f __
.1851, and until his euccessor in office shall be duly Her -with trembling hand extended a broken tea most Western of the Azores ; on the eleventh
I aubern hair cujlod in natural: rirjglets, : .ngers;on "ncquintance,.proved verypleasantcompany.
qtadified I and fell'in cglossy'confusion down her neck. cup --and called, for a 'penny's. worth of But there was' one whose day we were up with St. Mary's, the most Eastern -
Augustfne Precinct-At the Court House in the lautianum. city of Her Jar e and mournful hazel eyes shone hacking cough ceaselessly! upon the ear. '
: eorge St.L. Phillips AugUftine., and David pt'clors-Gad R. Dunham.Humphrey, *, with gazelle-like beauty ; and the envious sun 'T was given. '. :The third clay out, in. a ruptured bloodvessel 300 miles ; on the thirteenth: day we (were up .
and had the wind continued for- ,
with '
As the tarnished hyena sucks the blood of i.
"freckled here and her jlli-d.
Picolata Precinct-At the house of James Riz. there. the whiteness of spirit t 7' ,
0I I Inspectors. James Riz, George Coke,and Mathew herliise. Hut the spote were-onlv skindeeptime his pr3y, so with gloating etes and' '(distended ." I know'd it t', Bill, I kno'w'd it," said a weath-. tv-eight hours longer, should have jbeen in. t 1ft.
{ fifteen The Constitution
Solnna ., and'care would drive them off-they did lips, did she quaff that sough-for drug. er-beaten tar, Didn't ].see a shark a follow-L xGibralter in days. I t.

f Moccasin Branch Precinct-at the Honse of Manuel .not. reach her heart. ,- 'He he! young man,.you're' green yoq'll in' in'theship'svi e -Them critturs are like the fastest ship that I have served in-no frigate .

Solana. In'pectorslanuel! Solana, John Fer- She! ,then loved Stephen as a brother ; 'he have to trust for pay I was once green too, vultures t ;,days before: thqy car !scents: deatri. I can, overhaul her. We fell in to-day :with the .

I reira, and Paul Masters, Jun. was two'; grave to call forth adoration in her but now-I've saved my penny for a. glas of, Two days ago I bqe'd, one, ,and I knewM it sloopxof war Jamestown, Com. Boltori, bound J Jto

Mttanzai\ Pjecinet-At the house Abraham Du- }young heart. '. gin And her chuckling again rang. out as coul ldn'tSa1C' Themjsharks is knowin' things.' I Cadiz, where the frigate United States now .t j _

pont. Inspectors Abraham ,Joseph M. Hernandetjand She,loved to go a quilting-apple-paring she vanished thro gh tim door.<; Such \vas, and is, the sailors' creed. is, and which he relieves. We keep on for f _
B uj. E. Dupont. Her \ Silence arid I Egypt. We have had a most boisterous and ,.
and a bee was delight. 'was on every lip awe every '
The election shall bt governed, managed, and cop- Her;Jfoudness for pink ribbons was feminineand Ascending everarfiigbts i of stairs, Stephen breast, as Dr. Morris read in solemn accents, I tempestuous passage: but Old Ironsides did her $

for ducted in the same manner as is now provided by law the old docter cound nay, as; he passed Morris found himself standing at a cautiously the luiial service of',the English church. I very nobly .. !
conducting the elections for lJttnft>ers of the General -' her to ,his heart-that would-worn heart, round locked door. ;. A loud splash 'followed!-in ocean's caverns : '

TCEKS Assembly of election; with for this Jupge exception of Probate that shAll is to be say made, Re-, which sheclung-the onlyJ-treen thing there. A low, peculiar rap gained. hint; admittance.We sleeps thv pf'nct'f ul dead. .* I A LicaTMSi( BUS'S.,-A man was found at :1 l.

-J, jcnI, and forwarded to the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In this peaceful valley? Stephen|passed the 4 will enter with him, Our seass't'd: : :' l fas-tengers, were glad to reach Trenton the oih) r day, mounted on a ladder, .:,< ,

fi P. B. DUMAS forepart of .iiis mtdictl prptession ; but at' A lone room, filled with tobacco-smoke, and Charl'fctou! city, and in the upper,pan of Kin- with his lips pressed to.!he telegraph wires. !; :

Clerk C. Cr of St.1"Johns ounty. length the time arrived when hemuit'bid adieu cont iuing.eight common pine tables: was siett; with a free colored woman, to take up l f 'wai kS.-siug.hw; wife in, Philadelphia "by r ,.;

(' I Ip ;: 8t.Aukust the 29th January of.'the: 4th year of t,) old':familiar scenes, and lanched bark on'each qf which'lly a mangled human corpse: th,'ir abode. I telegraph." It was found at ';n'arjs"that" heN :

*ft sovereignty Florida. ';. upon the turbid waters of city life+finish his. The**..dissect*! ing room*:is.now before V our gni .. Bureet long, Dr. Morrisound his drooping wa-- newly' married._ : :, .. e.j

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