Jacksonville courier

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Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title:
Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville East Fla
L. Currier & Co.
Creation Date:
August 13, 1835
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v. : ; 45-68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.:
Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note:
Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note:
Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)

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gAUS80NYIL1:n.kQI1 .t 'RtY, : 'm.r: yes* -lhcm.\: n1. bOW- '',s vQ\1tAlloo-SI1'.S'' \ 'P.l.lo" I not bear' 'nunting.. With tier f) .was *'.talk that put you in'mind of me, John ?" says dabbling in every body's mess." Then 1

. I PtrfrLtlri>R>i' oio .:W k' t .i : '4, :wituafliru / :.,* is talk, but hands off Mister." says he, "Mrs. Dingley I ,warn you not to I'
, c UR'RIERrh' ( r.Tb i reason isWoc Boww, the Stage .But I rather guess 1 had cut mi eyeteeth Guess." meddle nor make, in this;business' Let Ii
L; p, .. .. .....': .: 'driver--Now'1"yoit Shan't. tell pbody; lohn. by this time. IfThad'nt' learnt 1>mo-' *I wont guess, nor touch to, so there, every body skin their 'own eels., '"Hold ,I "
tor pef po.1-t> \ l< featly iVil1 !* ;!;*: i1" thing about the natur Tvurs-t",, ff1ng yeaa !; ert 'I, .'>;"Who would' have' thought hia of Bally' hind taken from all quarters:f toll uprn the Whot I said ana what she said next, is ye ever hear tell of mo burning my fingers \ t I
It ldvance 'insertedd :And ;"at Jon? i6tt. -j!J> barren ground. There is no'\ray of dealing all lost, for I'll be tfebt if I can remember. Howsomevcr, theM was ,underhand t,
AdverUsement4 for'f)1) adyertieing,4 I '." k o bleode' '1.h scennxl ttf mt,that tbtt.v:ry Old Boy \with them but to fcoaxjinttflattci': ; you It is all buzj buz I 5n\\my head like a dream. work carried on somewhere and by somebody ;
i!' got Qro; thq w'onian.flCh E1 fairly put gam nothing-let' mo tell JTJJ;, by sag of The first thing I knav, wo were right'agin) : I don't'tell tales out ,of school J j"
e : nicatl.o :;;r.tJj ''f yri' id.: )moto'thejnonptysb.! ;AU tludtmy p< r All co 1:to l' <<','..fdlt eCou iilanty! wahlhe'; ladies.wasi IIJZmg. is no way to catch wickets dr'of! a as wo could, vuth comfort; and our ley, says, ho, John (you happento t be 't f'
'relied'' :'t..tll.q.; e,in.alIcaeyrt6wl Kdri':':) ,i:';;' ..... themalterin And rho fi I ling me nUtS. coalt, in a pasture, to mar'rhlidht up ridle arms crossed round etch 'others' 'nist.- wanting; my horso.and,. this'aftcrnoon .1 1
i 'f :;'''' ;If.f;:t' :" .., ;"" ;0: er": : t1i+u l'had' in bdUJy inus sort if u dTij'lJoruj as if Hannah's tongue had got Lh "cd' hut* and about 3 .o'clock, go and,t MUL: '4'MTOU .. 4 ". ,.;.,...... !
11 ; ; /sa, J. you wa:*/going tiaAt,and yfliisUe"ana:'pro Will running fiKe'a "btvtk I6ntl'trtlfetrind' rcfUe4o"I lent yqu''kti' KA I t hope ;oft.
:...J.iiidt ." '". :'.10.: _...... 'J .Had f ; nt1 to" jlo tit anted, tend to*IM 'looking &'o\hot\( QT-*-wx1,itO; kll oiio steady stream of,honyJ., I'YOW, I Captidii.Feabdy will sa1U l'la ,"titb -. -,. ,
tlne-loh7t'i 1' '" eq,'p p very wfietjj,and for politeness ,andgenlility roumV and round, till at last, yoi<( <<:corner was ready to jump out of my*khl' I Deacon Carpenter, that he hot fetoe;down '
Sf A l Pr bl.sp 1 ne er.: turned my back tq no matr him up-then jump and clinch him'' bY'JO It was a milo and a'half good f tfern auntMolly's to Portland to lee to. But'lhtri'mqcTor) ;f
u dYcronansaiIleS'pllie IrO'D&-1.Garttson, aq.E.P.. M.' Then) they'wer so thick and familiar wrh fbVelock. 0,. I'm not so g at a fool as I to Captain Pe'abodyty'' \I ;.iho'twe my business," it, I

n { r rinr.E.ACohen; ,q. P" Is!. me, that they did'nt care what they said Or might be. ,f had been about a minute on tlitroad.So .- Somebody, too I don't say ;who-toTd '
,- ao1tcr4.St. did before! me=and finally whenever they But it was long tedious, busin ss before 'says I "Hannah, let's go set diwn under me that there was a coitain3qulre 1Wlirip -" \
at ,, had any errands. or chores to do-who Gut Hannah and I could/come to a y sort of tho great'apple tree, and han, a little ;ilvin.g in 'a'ccrtantown' about, ten *", \I
IiI ,' I firy'a-A1! D.oolittJe, E q. h'. N I .was the favorite bird, to.fetch and carry ? understanding: There was'old Ca tain Pea- chat just td 'taper off the. evening Wo miles off; that did business', and, asked noquestions. '! I
1 Sat'annMl-S' rh11bnck, Esq.- I was forever aid ever racing arid .cantering body: was a stump'in my way. Ie was n' now sat down and began' to talk wnsible.Vo Well, in this said town just after t
e Maeon-Edmund.. Russell.. i from post,U pillar,to do their biddings. man that had no regard for 'poli mess; ho \ settled all the predicaments of tio nuptial sundown, a young man named Joseph Y .
'. ) Itainorshirie,mow or bud : nothing I.stopped travelled rough shod through 110 town, 'ceremony, \nd..then talked ever the Morey was walking near tho rnecten-liouso ;
'TIS HOME (WHERE'ER-THE, ..HEART, nie-:anaI, may sa'yjl; fairly ,earned carrying c a high head and a stitrpper lip, store, till .we thought we saw, unc:yes behind with assort of cream colored red book under '
I 1 .> :VJ& their smiles, the sweat of my brow-; as much as to say, I owes nob dy nothing the counter} I weighing > cosur- hid arm-and ho hoard ,something in ,
d r 'T/is nOD..wh .fe' J'.tbe;{heart is i ; Then it was "D BIr. B.cedle I What should by--- lIe had be i a skip- ing aba dickering{ and dealing oitt, and} she thowoods this side, that, if it wasn't a llar- I
d 1Vhere'erlt8lpved odes dwell,. wp do withoutMr.:Beedle ?" But when I per,:and sailed his schooner al, al< ig shore, at tho' desk, pen m hand, figuring up tho rycane, ho'd' give )ip guessing., 'Such a '
In cities' 'or. in cottages-*" i iThrongedhaunta ". ,, caught one alone, and' began to touch upon till lie got forehanded, then "wen' back upcountry accounts "And tnind; John,? srys she, cracking squeaking and ra"Unal1cb n I I
. j the 'ruatrhr>nial sentiments, then tiovy: and set. down ,to fannin'< But I I'm not going to trust every body at the 'thrasl ng and grunting and snorting I you '"
G; quick the tune\vas changed I O.the. ways never truckle to man if he's' big is all out corner, I tell ye." But just as vo were never 1, lIe stopped and l looked back, and .
! The h.e r\ @.a, rpver eyer; .;; .y. of the women" re curious. doors. And after he poked Ms fjst in my beginning to get sociable as I thought, all soon come to light: There, was an old '

:An j.thus ortw> !and.wiUr! ,ratty Bean tas not the first I run against face ono lection, ,wo never hitched horses Hannah looks up;and says she, *\vlmt can white faced horse came scrurnbling,along
The ma den with )hoover Wl.lkl; byalong,8hpt I never lost any,thing for to. Nell that ,,are, great' red .streak be,- in tho :sky, out of tho woods rcckingand foaming, '
The mother with her,chi,1, :,t.\ want of .nskin ; and' I 'was plagey apt to as I was raid to go to 'the house away down there beyond Saccarap?" ,1'1 .with an old wooden top shay at his tail/'cnd I
/ .. l.Of of begin .to talk : irkey: always when I got and court Hannah in the rCKulur'waYt I rather guess"says' I, :J"it, is 8' fire in tho a chapabout my size flourishing a email. \ ,
I IY ":Tis' "bright where'er_ the heart. is; sociable, if it yas only out of politeness; had to carry on the war; just when and woods. Fire in the woods! I'll be skinned bean ,pole pretty well broomed up at 'tho \
"Its fairy spells can bring : ,.i'I Now 'and then one would promise, ,and where I could sometimes oft(dark night if it is'ntday light;, a, coming.. Quick, end. And says It "MUter, can you tell ,
, Fresh fountains:to|the wilderness' then fly off at the handle but most all contrived I'could steal into the kitclieh. But my John, help' mo Into the window, .before father me where ono Squire Dorliug \lives 1"
I desert some reason' or other for giving me safest plan was to track I her t& the,neighbors is stirring, or Jl re'Jl boa, pretty how .Which Squire D"lU'ling..IOYI,ho "thcro I f
,, thq spring. the bag to hold One had taken a firm resolve ] houses, where she went spend\>> evenings d'. ye el" is two of tho name. I I
There are i green isles in'each\ ocean.,.<, never to'.tiarry---':':no,never, nev- -: skulk about till 'she Bmrted home, The next job ,was ,to toll tIle news to His name is John"says I. I
I I II O'er which. affection glides; er! and the!4 next Sunday morning she was then waylay her on the rondo Pretty poor Captain' Peabody.; Hannah had settled it "Faith," soys ho, "they are both Johns

And .a happy haven.on,each 'shore,, '.. published, Atb chicken. thought she chance i you'll say. But as if this want that she should speak to her mother, and to'oJ but one is a lawyer and t'other. a coop
When,Love's the ,star,that g i4es.' I was a great deal too young to undertake to enough: Hannah herself must join'in to. said'she could manage her, well enough, er.
I manage a family. At last .1 took a great plague me half to death. 4 and it was my business to ask her father. 0 then it must 'be tho lawyer that I '
Tie free where'er the heart isj'I I shine to the school marm Huldab Hornbeam You see wanted to let her know what This was o thing easier said than done.. It want," I.
chairfc ; though she was ten years older,than I was',oner'in: a sort tundeihand. way, stuck in my crop for days likd al|raw on With this, tho'young'man gave a iquihtat
Nor nor dungconidim. and 'myself.on the .safe sido of 11wfence Hannah and a wink at land," ,
If and taller by half a" yard- of neck-*nd keep ion. I tried to persuade Hannah to marry me.} como
May check the mind's' aspiring' prayer. when I offered her my.neart and hand,she J all, the time if there,''WM (fo be anykicking first and ask afterwards. Says I, "you lira along says ho, "I am going risLt'Iher i j
The gpirit's pealing hymn fixed lip her mouth,;: 'and sayishe'"l've'a : But Hannah had to notion 'of twenty one.and free according to law."- now, and I chow yo. tho 'Squire, and- 1 fix "
The heart gives' life ita beauty;,, great respect and esteem for you;Mi". Bee- riddles ; she would hot, understand ''any But she would'nt hoar itl: Sbo had no no- things for eye""Ilannah ,
Its glory and ita.powef,- .> die. Dut- -",and 'so forth. Nothing will thing'short of plain Knglish., ,|blnteH pla- notion of doioff tiling:clinJesiinely.- ,soys 1"this Is iucky.) ,
: '''' \ cbot& 'tnM'- gueyetjspiciOUa about truslopd'CuRpid's asked Df. And} Well, lib carried ut nto..UIIA.eto. .w w
fn't own Then T liirigt"y to gO'
yuicker'than'respect I
'I a eunhg t to its t '
ripp and 'all that. Then ( would ryhouse a little f further on full of
. and esteemunless it is a.wet bianfct.- darts break the ice for me. But no, ho would books ti,
:A'nd'eoft* : dew to'Us'. flower: 1. But let liuldah alone-she bad here *upon heave a1 long sigh'and say,4 wbdt'loes that not meddle with other folk's bu.ineSS-bo, and papers! and duet,and smelling of strong
Hannah ?" But she could'ntsee old dead tobacco smoke. Hero we: m
From'the Portland Advertiser.,] Deacon Carpenter all the time. mean, no, mode it a point. .
[ "soul-she ''looked as.anplo'andinnocent I if I have the down while he went out after,'our business.
Well, as I was going moping long me, poor Well, says got to como to
MARRIAGE. OF' MR.. JOHN' BEEDLE. from Squire Jones', I fell in with D ctor all the while,as,if butter vould'nt scratch,, and the less I consider on it the Wo waited and waited till long of-
All who have heretofore read the"Sleigh Dingley. The Doctor .saw in a mute melt in her mouth. better. So one stormy day, I put my head ter dark and were glad enough to ae'ehlnt l
Rille" sud "the Courting," will need no tint something was the matter and he eat ,She'was pla uy close too, as to her go down aginst a Northeaster, and set my feet come back at lost with cnndlo. "'rJl '
t further recommendation of the following, to work and pumped the whole seen out ings'and comings-Kind if she happened agoing, and the next thing, I was standing [Squire la very sick," soys lie, "but't have 't j
than to be infurmed that it is from' the same of me. Then he seemed so friendly flat I anytime by accident, to let drop the least right before Captain Peabody He was in overicrsuaded him. And; the next ,mli
gifted pen. ; up and told him all my exPeriences'with word; that showed' me where t)find her ,i his grain house shelling corn ; sitting on a nute tho Squire came grunting along in, alb)} I
the women from beginning to end. next time; she was' so mad with he-self that tub,with an' old frying pan stuck throughthe muffled up i in a great coat and spectacles
Since ''I ,come out in print about/the "Well John he "1 "ad vis! she was ready to bite her tongue .ff. handles. And he mode the; cobs fl : on, and a great tall woman with him td .
sleigh riding, 'and frolicking' and courting, wait till, the says of February you- One day she,WIlS' herant1Jo1- every which way, hit or' miss he didn'tcare. witness for the'bride.' ''
I have entered into the matrimonial state, now, to-;when thei gils twenty-ninth turn round ani court Iy's to spend the evening, and showcnt ,ull But it tickled 'him so to see mQ dodge Well lie went to work and married .wand ,
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in the ""; the round to Doctor to tell .followed up with a right down sensible .
and left off dabbling newspapers. the fellowa..It', but way Dingle 'em that he got into uncommon good hu
For a married'man has a character to take $ noi1e-ofm'ybusinCil Mrs Dingley. not to 'tell me-"JVr," says mor. sermon, about multiplying and increasing
if I was J wouloTnt let 4iake a
care of. ,,But folks tease' and torment.mew you, women' 4Yell she; "I'don't want him to bo' dCKgmg me "Well,Johnny Bcedlc,what has brought pn the earth-and I never felt to'solemn
much, to let 'em .know'the' particularsabout fpolofmeanymore.' about every ;Vhere. 1Ve11 l\hi\ Oingleyl'she you up here; right into the wind's eye this and serioiii. Thenollowcd' kissing
,my marriage, that I don't know but \ I took a resolution, and I rtuck to to )keep dark but morning?" the bride all round-thlJl ,the certificates,
I[ had as good's set down, once for all,'and it firm-for when 1 once set up my Ebene- the Doctor, and what doestlie D.ctor do, "Why, Cap'n I have got on idee'in fmy. and then I gave him two silver dollar
tell the rest of my experience. zer, I am just like a mountain. duck to but comes right straight 'over c tells me"Gone head.. 1 and wo got into tho shay again and oil
CHAPTER III. it till along prettywell: into January whenI all stark alone, says he,"but its II No how you,talk ? After this,notlifng happened .to speak.of. '
Budlt. had to'go to singing school. I must go none of my business." "Ye see, the upshot of the matter,is, I'vea for a month. Every tiling kept snug and \
The'Marriage, oJ'Mr John to school for I,was leader,in,treble tnarced'witha
singing This is the day'that I have, 'setting a store, and getting Captain Peabody had no suspicion.'tBut ,
up (
When 1 left off my second Chapter,I be- and there,was no carrying on tboparts piece'of chalk. Hardly waf.daylight( a wife, and settling myself down as'll mere one morning break of day tui>Iwaf :
ieve 1 wasspunking';; to Ally Jones, without me. But that was .polling' if it down, before I 'was* snug in my skulking chant" creeping uoftly down Captain Peabody's ',4 j
like all vengeance,and threatening to give had'nt fell to my lot logo homo with'. Hannah nest, .in aunt Molly's barn., Jt-wis on the' ''NVhoorah 'John, there's two 'ideas., a back stairs, with my shoes hi' my1.hand as !
her.the but end of my sentiments ; was'ntVell.1 Peabody four times running.'- Politeness hay: mow, where there was Inot-hole, store and a wife."; usual, I t 'Oll1nto a tub of water, staridlnff
I U? \ was good,as my word. The before every thing: 'Vellt'.be kept handy, to look through apd se< 'all that ,If But I want a little of your help,"says T.: on the third step from the bottom;.,and
next Sabbath'1 went 'work, vaftermeeting giowiagprettier and prettier every time; went' w"or 'out of the house. I had a Well John," says he, "I'll a* the band. down I came ''slam bang. The'Captaii' .) ,..L
upon the Quter man ,as, Deacon but I only grit my, teeth and held on hard. scheme in my head that ,Ilpoiah little some thing by ye If you keep better goods was going to kill his hogs, and bad got up
Carpenter says, apd by sundown things erlly-and dreamt of and I lay and though it over, than any body else. and sell cheaper, you betlineanit; his'water on to beat and was
looked abo t.,right. I say. nothing: but by,Sabbath day abmeround,and : till .she came out-and when I pit her Under shall have my custom and welcome-provided whetting his butcher knifo in the kitchen. '
when'I stood 'up to'the glass, to finish, and I felt sort of uneasy, nibuirig about home(:' 'ray'arm and, walking'dotip the lane, you'll take pay in sauce and'things. 'The ant thing lAw when I looked' UPttLere
sort)! ,of.titivate the hair and whiskers ,and and says 1, this resolution will never set II'.thinks I, I'Jl 1'; set the stone ailing.J any Isn't that fair,?" stood Captain I'eabodl "itb '
80 forth-I' saw'a little fellow there, that well pn my stomach without air and exer- bow, let it'stop where it will. 0 ye; Can'o." butcher knIfe in: hlat hanc11 'meat
looked wicked.. And says I if Sally,Tones cise-and before I had done ;hinkinf of So feet iq to talking about tli, that and And I wiab you success on the other upon me like a thunder'cloud I tweak to 4
knows which aide her\bread is buttered this,'J rwas' more than halfway to Captain t'otbet thing,and happened (by,'mere chance tack. No fear of that, I'Jl warrant There's know if I dld'nt feel) streaked]Je II. el'iorli-.
but no matter f db +Uarft' ::n*y,I.didn't ffive Peabod, ,. It was about day-light.downas ye know) to mention the Utter Shop, that louof.Hly gal alJoaraucJ'.ueb a fine taut eel me by the collar and ctood toe tip and
her a*chance., I was passing by the kitchen-but hear- stands at the corner,that'vatftobtt used to run
rigged gentleman as you are can ; one then raised fcU' knife u bigh'dver: 'me I.
Well, I went over to the Squire's, pretty ing a'sort snickering inside; I slipped,up work in,when he was alive. And says J, down in'no time." M! roiild reach. I thought my font minutehad
well satisfied in my mind*- ,after fluttering ,and: peeped into' the window,just out of sneaking of the old shop; it always puts I' 0 yes, Car/n, I have run' down Han- come. Blood would ,have been shed
and crowing about her a little while,' I curiosity. me in mind of you, Hannah." nab; already." as sure as rotes, If it hnd'nt been for MMPeabody. .
op and shew the cloven footSally," Them was no candle burning-for Mrs. "Of me? John" says hewhlf"'! 4'Aly1Jannab f"ft She stepped up behind and laid
lays 1 "will you take, me for .better ,or Peabody is saving of tallow-but I.could "0, it'..just the thing for adore, says I. 0 yes, Cap'n we hare agreed and only bold of his arm-and ays she-" It's no
wormer?" see Hannah and Pol PatriJge! tne help, \Vell-= want your consent matter Mr l'eabody, they are married." .
This her to considering :end I telling fortunes in the fire light.I "Sweep out the dirt and old bat pairings 'eend
put : and With this the old! .Captain! riz upon tarried to ,that puppy I itt roared the.
'flourish about the room, and cut a car- turned round to go off; run right and tnick. upset tub dad frying pan,and pointed witlfa Captain. '
kycue wjth royjight'foot.'; As much. AS to agin Tack Robinson. Jack was come to. ",\VelJ-" 'Hatter' and great red car of corn id hit hand, towards Yes eir," says I, *and here's the ttr.f'
with the and wculd insist up. "Take the sign rub out'
time. help ,
"y--take,! ypur: own setup the : without saying a wordy lificate.1 .
14 Pd on it, I should go and see lltnnah "She put in 'Merchant, and that spells 'John bur dooJ':1 led like all creation I of '
At J last, says she as By.1: have you be '," But ey And I pulled it out myjacket peek
u any body u(the. worlds Jobp'but-I declare hu'nt.bad a spark' this, month, AJS. needle, Merchant" This raised i my blood, and I felt BO stuffy et and' gave .it '''to him, But 1 didn't i
'"and in you shall, go,or,Vft.lick ye. Well, John- I marched right off and '
-I %an and salt that straight ; stay for any more f erernony { as:soon M J,
*You'c n'c ha j and why ?* Well there was no dodging here, and all "Then get rum,and moli6*' never turned my bead to'the right or left, felt his gripe looted a little, I slid'otrlike,
.,Cause". I had to do was to grin and bear it. Solo fish, and" ribbon, and caliooet-calico till I was fairly home and housed an'eel and backed out ordOOl'lli and' made
Cause what i''" I went, and once.hi; good byte resolution. "0, says she"it'tray: nee gown** Well, now says I, my apple cart It upsetin tracks borne, about as fast as 1 could Jef it.
"Cause l..a.n't-and ,that' enough. I {Toe short and the long of it u, I was soon you" Was" a thinking t '."*.fi of'-In'l. pretty gownd good earnest. And when I went to Dr. But there was to be no peace /or me this
would in alminute: ,.John,but for only-one as deep in the mud as I had been in the __ p, I'ays" the sweet cf pre the tt1 matter; is, Dicgley for eomrort,'11I1.he "John I .)i day. I 'was in a cpnttant worry and ttaw 1
*3oniBnd.tbatIair},afearedta mire. Bui I had another guess chap thanalljjones ayB I e'tfiiaDjeoiiduded upshot to my bands of this whole affair, from begin an the forenoon, for fear tbeeaptaiu would .
"Po poi." Bays b don' ha tetsiifd- $ tq ,deal with now. And here Hannah,- aDd Dingtci endt I musts support ''iD1 character do IIOmethl ran, and cipld tioltluisit n
V there*! only one stump la the-way,IP was ib?difference between them. Where set up store and gel married, bdAt.tbis settle- my I am a. settled Doctor in the townarid stilt I nor nand still, eat drink or"think.r' ;
*s bore'siTellow--: .-* J you got a slap m the'ehops from lal1y- aglfdown as a merchant for her 1dOd the character of a'Doctor; John, I Is too ,About the middle of(>lie' afttmoon, Dr.7 1
"Well then, look totber way, John, I llannh kept you on with a' scowl and Hannah l1 Acid ug'do1l'D bow aU delicate a flower to go poking round and Dingley came pouncing out of UtatbJ'V ;
matt apeak if you look at me.". i-,'.. : cock up of the nose. And Madam could and gave a snicker. .







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.V. : ) .
-:: & peculiar
i end hoJohn you nr 8
says stock this
1" Bulletin Courier. part.of the
Louis TJic
; ed and bamboozled. Your marriage ain'tworth NEWIUNsviLLE: lir: TION OF paoPERTr.-Tho country, that
that .It was all ,a contrivance o f of June 25th, ((83)8 the New YorkMercury :: !lasts throughout year; 8()
,f.At a'mceting of the citizens of Alachuaand AUGUST : that ,
\ the particuJars THURSDAY, 13. fanner under a
furnishes following is
Mo- ., no,
Jack Darling, 'and his two imps/J6o Columbia Counties, at NewnansVillc, ) boat necessity,Of,1Wuaial
roy nnd Peter Scnrop." 'This was all he on the 4th bf July, for the purpose" of partaking of the, destruction fire and of of the the,steam loss which Candidates. .nominated t for!the Offices 'of cattle during the winter." tui
f )his face and Assinaboine,by, ,
: till he had wiped *
could say barbacuc furnished, Cotton United
a by [
oi President of the
l and uiC
t of eider recover, his wind the American Fur Company sustained by President Vice OUR MetR\ =re-r: < When
taken a swig to ; Ilawls to which the were invited a man
r and then, he mo, the particulars. public the Anniversary the accident. The Assinaboine was returning States. -- (asMatthe Wa the comedian trtvely'
't gave and for the nurpofeo or, celebrating commenced in the For President. said and
from trip
: When Captain Peabody had read my American Independence, Col. a he must ndt look or feel, I1Infi
unfor queer if D
spring of last having been so of York. bisbre
!. .f but tackled year ,
I certificate; he could not rest- L. GILULAND, was appointed President tunate fast is ma e up of jerked beef
detained the trading post
at I
f be
I i 'up and stove right down to' his fury the day, and JESSE CARTER, Secretary. to river had fallen so much as, to HUGH L. WHITE:, l' bis old friend Squire Darling. The After having partaken sumptuously' of DANIEL WEBSTER, of Massachusetts.
upon descend it"Ify for his billwhaffles l and "
it to
quit .ifhe
render ,impossible had nothing
of the he
\ i"I moment be Bight Squire the barbacuc, and the cloth having been fee President.
i '' C411cdhimnllthefoul.namcs :Mr. D. Lamont;ono .of,tho members a d ,bacon on the :
'f, i* turned to, and removed, the following)) regular toasts were RI of table. But n'eP'
''ho could to. The Squire drank! ..' f the American Fur Company, who HARD M. JOHNSON Kentucky.The him on theup" shores of our river pi:
layhls'tong11O ,
The Captain downed 1. The it read cd here yesterday from the .Blandan\ friends of'ihe two last gentlemen have a't BUB rise call hit
r ;denied every'thing. day we .ccJebmto-l\Iny, ever to row a canoe his ill
( he '" there's black Villa ;eS we learn that the steam boat As- not yet'made nominations for the Vice Presi- diaper,
t J"" the certificate, and says be remembered with feelings of pride and would be missing, and he would,
old scul- sinn inn, with a cargo of 1185 packs of t be ,
nnd bloody gratitude. den. mOlt
white'against ye, you .
s ; t hunt
,r disposed
: pen!' y.X1I 2. To thQ memory of olVashngtonThoruther pcltr is, &c. from tho'mouth of the Yet game,,with a lunch of d'P I'

I f ,.; !; The Squire new the hand write was hisnephew's of American Jiterty. low1 tone river, was entirely destroyed by It is very gratifying: to perceive by our ex. bread'and geese, than, l he 'would l to IODngl p I

V ,as soon as he saw' it, and ,the 3. The memory ,fC La FayetteThefriend fire c i the 1st inst. at Heart River, 'about change pap ers,that the Territory of Floridais : U on chan et| and take.threejul) beforehi iit

I I') :truth 'was brought to light hut, ns the and collonguopf Washington in his fifty :lies below the villages. The boat not overlooked"by intelligent Capitalists at dinner. 1 ,
e, fell in. it rose in nnoth- most and who had{rounded in descending, and took fire \
storm !: ono quarter, daring enter 1ftse, ; The following "
smelt in his from tli stove pipe in the ladies'- cabiii, the NprtJl, who have honeyto invest, and a are,some of the nrticlesllSfd,
I tr, Darling had: tar : day the flame of transatlantic freedom.
Squire '
I \ and called fchere e
, "''arid hadfft forgot how to box the compass, 4. The (clcpartof J l heroes of'70. whil oxc/tions were making by the crew spirit lo sustain; .their enterpriae.'The, '' ,citizensof :i : with their vMoOtJi

I t I ... "bnd bs toon as the saddle'was: _on thpjrkljthTahclIjTftf _,". Tho:4JUrYl! St, r..ta.J.mtiou- to:' The flames spread with Fl6n4 i Sl& ugh: notaf.!! acid are'Ilispose : obi annexe' : JolasW' : l 5o. CoW.LRice a

, To48e;.It'tt'fct : thd 'Captamtan \ May the evening i of their i life' be pleasant, such rapidSt/, that nil efforts to xlingush to co-(>perale in any and en/publio! !. fmprove- 6c.: Teas, item): tf9< ., (, If ltd itu

I'' diiwuett! {-< '
: ''Nor-NdJ.,, est, 'right in','his .teeth, till ho heavcn.'j and cargo estimated at from 70 to 80,000 $8,50. Cog. Brandy 1,50 *
I ,+ ? shook I hands tree -: no insurance. There were onboard / and by-.furmdhing provision, is much.asiAe a$2,50. Loaf Sugar
jw* ifl y blown' out. They 6. Tic of Liberty May\ its root bo
20c Fresh Beef
: fore
, !: then;and seeing Hannah and( I. had got under nouristhey id so as to spread its branches, till addition to a vast number of Indian merchant by his money, 3 public opinion quarters 4c hind Cj1Iar. h

I t weigh together they'said we must %o ol cure, the face of Monarchs to all nnd. other curiosities, four live buffalo) I seems,inclined tofavira communication tets 5c. ]KggallS ;34c. Butter' 18 34c. Lid

and no time must bo .lost in mankir 1. ,which were. cut )loose and 'swam" to shore., across our isthmus. W ter communication 121-Sc, Sweet Potatoes 371-2c. per ,bu&&liii I onIty I
" making fist 'in the lashings, 'with a good 7. II John II and other 'articles'in
i Excellency -:-May is out of the 'question. But: the materials proportion. ReI4jl prices
, .' 'fine not, before a change ofwetth. ho shortly become on Floridian] ANOT E'R IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN are hIt
square adopted proportionally< for rail'road 'scatteifed the from. *.
I .slicked little FLORIDId this flourishing'part of a, are ? .
er. Bo,the Squire up a gotitito and rnky Florida reap that benefit from Ins our wholesale. ;h
;''the filmy and came homo '''with the ndmin' tration'which we anticipate onsuch countryJso. peculiarly favored by its fertilesoil whole course, from? this'plac to,Tallahasseeat The '

, ,Captain, ,to hold the wedding that very ad event. and genial climate, but where the! pop: -- it,could bo construct, at a very-9 ""low tuppliea necessary for ship masters and y
ni -- 8. It te rflal Improvement, Agriculture, ulation a yet scattered and scarce, internal traders are always kept here in abundance

"J,c 'iI Tw Doctor Dinglcy: happened to be in and,Co n nercc-All promise fair for Florida improvements! have been introduced to an rate.We observe in that constant There is considerable traffic with the indni-

: .' .town at tho vcry nick of time I don't know. spe dy success to them. extent that:might put to the blush some of many' pape trious people of the.back country; and IID
':It 'was his"Jurk-ond as1 soon as he', saw 0.; Wni hington Jefferson, Franklin,and the pldi p.states. A great portion of, the reference is made to the'-ou to,the Suwanuiderstood tarn,they buy their in K- e[
which way the; wind was,he licked up and Adam tl e four heroes of the Revolution- Florida) especially East or, South Floridaas nee,IUter. But it should 'be that necessary provisions?ten.

cantered home in a hurry.. After he had 1\lo\ tl er; ever I bo remembered l by freeAmerlcms. it she ild be, is distinguished by.its val-: there are others in contem atlon--and 'we The expenses .atte ding. house-keeping

t i :got through witl'tho .particulars, says he, ; uablo'p actions, and timber, differing in think it proper so sup, that o ions, so far as'' here vary fronvthose of more Northern title
i S f nQw Mr. Doodle it's none of my business, :10.:.7h3, Star spangled, Banner-Long this particular from all other'l ports of the the is concerned in dissejninating i them .Still if there was sufficient inducement here, UC
i but. if 1 had such a hitch 'upon Captain may it +vi ve over the Union. .- United tales, owing to its warm climate. there are many; with would, be-willing roof(
:(' Pcabody; I would .hang back like n'stone ; 11. ,Lit Tatufe, ,the means by which all Its extetisivo;' tracts ore chiefly owned by ,should ,not prejudice persona .who are i inter- ford a-8up l.f ,

i r drag, :till he.ngrtted to back my note for' import ends' ore attained.:.May' it ''re l largo proprietors! of great enternrise-rr cyq- ested' For. ..ourselves we" are tot "interested."Letfnte Mullet RIV
.two hundred dollars; in thbPortlan'dJBank( ccive dne; encouragement ral oft: lty, of .Carolina; Georgm,:tind do -lier worst",. in elation to the are now caught in our river b

,td buy goods With, enough to set you up, in 12. Oor Legislators and Executives-=- Cuba. The r connections with,,northern motet it.will not affect us a'i. elf bit"' abundance.\ They are 'very fat and bard,

',, the store." Let then]i bear in mind, that if they are capitalists J vo'effected already valuable The.section of, the, Terri called East and resemble Northern, bass. They go !"n';
'.. I thought strong upon this Idea,'as 1 >yasgoing'ovcr rulers, tliofthe.po by' are at tho same time servants plans of improvement, one of which is.the Florida" leas y schools;' or companies, and are taken in I ofof
;r union by rail road bf the'wnters'of the some facilities for lusiness which I
the St.
to Captain Pcabody'0.; Hut <.pic. Spanish nets. These built'in et
: are conicalforni.
, r moment I show the least symptoms: of 13. The fair sex-The greatest stimulant -, John's arid uwahee Rivers ;;and now we are not enjoyed by the" Mid' 9 and West- | 'I'he'ttom of the a viI

backing, such a storm Was raised as, never l to our most noble achievements., find another is ;Immediately contemplated, and vice versq., 'THere,is 'no ;to bur kno'wlaa : net is heavily( led-
)' was'secn. Father'and 1 mother-in-law, and ", VOLUNTEER TOASTS. of a short" cut by canal or rail 'St ed getany: ,rivalry Only so:faj the: good of ed, and is, spread' without much if1iculll'Xo I,
' such '8, tl finestbny in the Gulf l of Men\ th'e'top! ; of'the'\snet attacked ,
alt osep
Squire' Darling setup n yell, together the whole is concerned., Lik other pioneers a cord,Ilwhich
11v. ; ,
i ''i'E' and ;poor Hannah, she sat down By ;. J. Tucker.-Religious toleration ice; and LIla 10 Wimico, to the'Apalachicbhcreby I must i it is'held' and by which means (the eOF
,+ freedom of tho press, and public opin River ? inland we build)our hopes upon our industry,
j nnd -cried My: heart failed me, and I \ au navigation fish are drawn OFT
ion-Thcl safeguards of out,Government., will and wait the issue. .V! out. fisherman, wadei
,. ,' made haste to give in and plead, sorry, as bo' esti Wished the entire 'distance be-I 'where '
By Cob L.'Gillilaml.-Tho Union ,Bank twecn'thb the water. i is perhaps 4hree feet jeep,
and The of
iluick'iis possildc-and somehow !in my ississippi St. Josephs. appearance our soil -is any'thing'! } R,
''huriy1 let out that Dr.. Dingloy :'had set of Florida*-May it be managed with discretion The whola of the stock has been taken but ''1nv1 ng.. ,But our 'magnificent forest or takes.hi. boat for ,the same -purpose, and

mq'onj; ;andso was the innocent cause of : and its benefits bestowed impar. chiefly by, ]loridians..-[New :YorkStar. trees, our shrubbery and growing crops Indicate cathes them' on, the surface' of the river- tlnl I

his getting a'most righteous licking, the tially. that the hand of decreedplenty Varieties of, other. fish' are brought hr.I i0a. ." ,
Providence has '
} first tim met him. It By Capt. Jacob') Suminerlia* -Plough SiMMART OF FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.A .
Cnptain, Pcabody bit Sir for "
a string, bit and half
? shares or a a
i I was'nt so Jotl short I o\thhrty,dpjlars., -,.*. pre&renco. to Bank-shores. .' mo urne' allilln-r! is to bo erected to the and comfort. 1l-- btau pthe! seasons for that *" ofcl
'A' Well; BquireDaHlng ami By Jesta;CarteivrLelTrlendsnlp-bo: : tho memory, of/Richard/ Lander,at Truro bn"a" varyToo! much' rain injures ,tile i cotton owe v>nf-Sir. 1t gObdTatat1b11aA'fhomin
;; etood4Up rrar-, effect of ; the
: ; of/tho'stimulation wine. brings rear of the
up repast-
tied us about right-and there wits an Bend a spot'olfrpund.given by Sir Charles Leo crops -a dry season renders the.corn harvest t ttbin
By S. Ellis, Esq,-Hugh L. White, th IT and to' oft
Mother-in-law mono ,But the away, we go,, hunt deer,' or catch t
of trouble:. would not p I1witb' profound statesman and honest frequent showers 1, at this, season '
t politician The- e': G. channel bus.
> Gregg, pf Liverpool, seems he
t Uan'nah-cwd she made fatherinlawSlve May the, people of the United States elevate ; tohea d tvlatleast I o. not always,, extend, over the,'entireboon
theory,to our Clay
a'sotting out, in the north end of him to the ,highest office in their gift, ton, of CI cinnati. Ho thinks ccrostation: s of even a town. .One planter is del If it wed, not to afford our'dist nt subscribers
house lie could stomach '
well for a'while-but I have managed'me very e to which his talents and virtue entitle him. Bide practical means of travel uged alit were, while his nearest neighbors ., information of this section,we would not

to get to the blind'side of him., I turned By Mr. Goldsborough, of JeffersonCounty.Frco ling i tfr$ by means ofa' boat attached to is pin : .by drought. 1 so frequently( ,trouble: our'readers with the old

right in :to work on his farm as steady and By Jesse Carter.. suffrage.-The President of.the the ballot u may be kept in a horizontal }YV find ,in the National, Intelligencer" of hacknied subject the,weather." The ideaii 7
' direction,
industrious as a cart horse. .And keep on day., i nd steered at will-crossing the the U:lh July, a communication from whichwe that the lava of JEtna is almost a luxury compared ,; 1rot
Atlantic : ] America in about four .
pleasing him in ono way and,"another, By R. Crum.-The Secretary of the day. 'rho i im orts of cotton into Great days.Britain ha e,made the following extract;- to the heat in Florida-that we we lu

1 t 5' liken more to pad me more, that, till ho,ho w has uld'nt taken part.such with a tue By shine Cotton Rawls.May American vir. from Jar. 1, to May\ 16, 1835, have, been, ".'!'hp eastern bank,ofthe Rive, St.John's boiling, or baking, or roasting, as 'if we were

I m4 f far a .cow. .He owns that I save him after. all.other. such lights ore- eitinguislied. 57,0-lG )< more' than in the sumo period posses in a supereminent degree, the at- under, the equator. In our last we expressed

j the hire of' n:help, out, and out 'the,;jear "Dr John M. Sanchez.-The. UnionLong _last The .; her described' dvanta es 'whic h have been. our: opinion of the month of July as being a

round. .{ may it bo preserved.. bl.ti temperance( societies in here I :! Backed on the*east by, ,oak cooler than we' have ever known daring the

Thc & now.l bare done. I can't prom By .John Standley, yr.FrienashiMay p-' 782 | 1(t men Wales have is declared 557. It ardent is said that hammocks and extensive pine,forests;* which same month at the north. August so'far bar
iso the newspapers any more. 1 have it ever prevail civilized shield ikfrpm; the keen air of the bean tor
amongst a injurbus under circumstances. sea,'(an advantage not very warm. The mercury has only
enough to lo that is more profitable,,athomo. "'
., Uetvveen', .lianr work in tho ,fields, people.By James L'l'ownsend.-The A matJljy ,the name, of Geo.EdwD.111s, jwhich',, it enjys'yer: St Augustine) risen 'to !50s;) -and that, 'with a good breei II

and chores about house, bam and hbgpenI ,- and Navy of the United States-In columnor Army who call* himself an American, has been it is equally sheltered on the,north and ,west from the riv.ers. easily endured. The e 0 0

can't call a, minute-my'own, summer or line, they ever be victorious. amusing back tie (people of England by walk, by the expanded. waters of;the river, which ings and nights are not so warm,as might b*

w nter. And just so sartin'as my Wife sees By Elisha may Carter.-Georgo Washing ing hour. It tlt iSlnot'irds: often at the rate, of five miles walk an obtund ind take off the edge: 'of the rind imagined. On the morning of the'lIth,the d

Inc come in and sot down to take a little ton-May the memory of that renowned backward:! They generally our countrymen,fallow Colonel from tho a quarters,and tend to give an agree mercury iri our thermometer stood at sunrise b
comfort just BO! saran is she to come right i
hero animate, breast of every patriotic CrocIf t's able temperature to, and greatlyemolliate at 70()..
r tip and'give_me the baby to hold. American. ; motto of 'Going ahead, Ifras! not for our sandy paths: ,?!!?

Noty Biriny The stories that are going By Elijah\'Tucker.-Arts,,science, and A1FEJJ.\'UORIE Turn ARRESTED. These the ,climate of this part of the Peninsula. could keep cdol-but. we! need an umbrella, 0a

the rounds ,from month to month, about )letters-By which men become illustriousfor A the name Charles conspicuous advantages thus; calculated at our feet, as well as our' keads. One aaoRgets

'' ,,dt my first marriage are all pack of lies, in wisdomfirm; in virtue, and happy i in was person convfted:y on the 17th of lost in the Stewart Court, b place this favored portion of Florida accustomed to it, and &hot: ttm fun 111

: vented by Joelorey, and Peter Scamp, freedom.. J of Sessiod'of New York City, on a charge in the|lame relation toward the other parts like a hot soup-one 'must keep as cool I Id

Just to make*.folks laugh at my expense. By Thos.Tucker, Senr.-C tton Rawls of horse Baling. The prisoner after conviction of'the Union, as Italy and the South of possible, and let the"soup have a fa1r chance.

May his use luesll be seen and felt by the itfurmcd the counsel that she waS France Occupy towards the rest of-Europe.-

'"1' The NortbamiUdii Courier says:-"TheSWt citizens of hit, country. a woman)'.nd on 'an investigation it was It is.also more conveniently accessible than The members of the Bar of the Easter .

4',. Cocoonery of bir. Samuel Whitmarshof "tho'By Col.far L. .."il1i1 .-To absent friends found tht4 her'declaration 'was true. She any,other portion of the Territory by means Judi; ial;District of 110rld ,at a, meeting neW I

f this town is now in full operation. It is John aw E. 'l'ucker..The fair stated that &-,was a native of the High of the inltfnd passage between it and Savannah at St. Augustine, unanimously resolved..**
hundred feet in and stories By sex- lands, of Sc4 land and that she had residedon.Long
length two
; t'Vo. 11
When to admire then ,which is shortly to be imp'rovei wear crape ox\ the left arm for thirty day
in height. It is filled with range of!eliding we ccaso ), may wecease Isl,J ind the l last four years, in the ; an appropriation token ofL
reJive.B ., of for the purpose having been madeat their respect for the memory
of lattice garb
draVvs twine work, upon a 1 ... '
f %yplfti ilIA jjorpTH 'fcttA, and tltOBft sro iotersected ... 1k Q!! =,Mai J tt..ever ..heBinuigerato"Borrow. the"ituVwwiott Congress. 'Hen ea'pafr; L.( J-:, .:..T-.Y I ., "_

by: alloys,'BO that the building ha; About 30! of the carpenters of Boston sage may be < shy made to of the r of
By George Hehinstine.-Union of the turned out o i Monday last in favor.of they any ftii OX The communication; on the,subject
fresh air an It is of i
J capable feeding in
' < light river five di
ft or a
4 States the ,from of the Breach f und f
sexes hearts and hands. 10 of the
four. of five millions of worms. At the -: hour' B; tern-music, banners, and' any : pabbath, is deferred

.h t present time he has but eight hundred I Good order peace harmony, and goodwill cheering! &-1 as usual on these mtLmtAclaOCC8Sl0ns. principal chief of, the North' Preserving an the impression,that those, whose ;duty it ii
He) towards each other average width'offrozn, a mile and a half to'two will L
j thousand. has thorn in all the various prevailed through see that wholesome laws are enforce

h Mages,just out of the ,egg to the winding out the day, at the close of which the collection reN91DER' SPEED. The locum miles, for more than a hundred mile If laws and ordinances mean anything,they
dispersed without the least LE from iU and
.r the coocoons. murmur tiveFire.FtylcamefromSaratoga to Schenectody moutp, possessing a ..uBicientdepth mean that violations shall be met with th
1l AI Mr. \Vhitmar8b -does pot feed his or appearance of discontent from any of channel for sloop and schooner
of the and iif there on.:Monday}iu 59 minutes-distance navigation prescribed penalties.
occurrence day
WanDS at present upon the Chinese mul-! ; was 22 mikk Not much for a locomotive U, iff rda every necessary facility r
not a splendid display of talents and
: burry. 'The plant is rare and the oratory both Our subscribers are informed that oar I
yet grow- there was a good share of social enjoyment We should say. for domettio intercourse and trade and rulesTP lied
on are anxious to multiply them, by laying of be eom
for strictly
which cannot fail the feelings foreign eon erce. Hence it la fast settling payment must
. gratify! I
down all the shoots From the .
under cultivation various great gentlemen number of every philanthrophist, to know of THE TENNESSEE' CANDIDATES FOR GOYEJLNOLTbe ,by a hap;)ily mixed population of'planters with. Advertisements inserted by noa-aalaN
.such results such principal! candidates for the scribers must be for doa ,.
on occasions. and farmers the paid ta :
in this town and the taken to increase ; tropical character of
I' JI care robernatoriaJ, ) hair, in Tennessee, are Gov. ; fW
; "' them, there is reason to believe'the supply GILLJLAND, President Carroll not settled for the ra>

will be adequate to all demands next spring. JXSSB CARTER, Secretary. along its shores, rendering the latter half year, are reminded, (met >ml,) tbt

1! I ; Mr,MrWh5tmareh has, BOrne trees three or There are, 2000 persons 'at Saratoga, equally lui.table to the culture of the indulgence can be expected.:
"' > four feet, in which withstood the FOREIGJC AhsSlo s.-Tho Rosa- sugarcane I
heightb. barque among them Governor_Wolfe of Pennsyl
the of the
r;' severity of last winter unharmed. On bella, sailed on Monday from Boston for vania. The San Souci at BalJston, is always or growth vine, the dive, and 07 In oar last number we made aa err*,

some ofthe care;the berry In now foundand Batavia, with the foUowin$ Missionaries oq well filled with fashionablenesa. the orange. A short distance back from the in stating that Charles.Dougherty, E$q. ,,u

"4' great be taken to preserve board-Rer. Jas. T. Dickinson for China j river, there are excellent and extensive cattle the "Union" candidate for Governo

.11 the 'i odt.BO.that,the precise character f Rev. Win. Anns and lady for the Indian SNOW is JuiT-There was- a fall of ranges,which afford favorable .f ta&tionstor of Georgia party The gentleman, the ewe

the plant propagated frbnithein may be Archipelago i Mr. Alfred North (printer) snow in Claremount, Sullivan .county, N. stock and orange farms, and/many: ,,'Of lUghts.Candidate. Tha mistake} wa t*.
accurately, and lady let Singapore. I. tho tat .;
? x- on Julia I them '
.' J I .. 'r'' are at occupied u''roch., ,)Jt u rected, after a few, ..auiobera. were' prIMed

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Stcut ACCOMM0niTiorA*, personlifin'a "MARRIAGESAt OP 'LETTERS, '** RAIL- ROAD NOTICE. : ,,1 j.!

distant county, 'wrote to a, gentle- : JACKSONVILLE ,. .
g ...:.. REMAINING in the Post Office at Jack. AND
an here, wishing him to'send t4 Sannnah Pablo,' on Sunday evening last, Capt. val County,Ion' the 30th TALIAIIASSEE'STAGE.

Charleston and procure for, "a'floot," TIMOTHY WIGHTKAH to ,Miss SARAH ANN. June 183and if not taken out in three "
kef-tlieprice daughter of Mr. Philip De weea. -. months, they wiirbe sent to the General post .
silver not to "
with a Office as Dead Letters... .
ute "
dollars and an half Rolbur1M 8S.Mr. WILLIAM DOVE, Jr. A THE undersigned Commissioners give no-
ceedtwo to Miss MART, daughter''Capt. .Benjamin M that pursuant to tile Act entitle
to receive the article he Minck. James Arnow James 2. Malta THE Publio are informed that a line of ,
f Being impatient % An Act to amend an Act to incorporate tho Barouches will run between l.,1
,, t Intimating his disap-> Magdalean Arnow, Margaret Mattair'Edward { FLORIDA PxiuNsotA AIU JACKSONVILLE! RAIL Tallahassee '
ote a second, time ; ; S. Aldrich. Arthur and Jacksonville, to leave this, : I
closed his, epistle,in the fol DEATIIS. B McClusky, ROAD COMPANY aporoved February 15,1835, plaoe every Monday. '
intmenti'and Thomas
: Mcintyre that the Books will be ,
I again opened at Jack CPForty will
D pounds.baggage be allowed
wing wprds:- I In New York City,.WILLOUOHBV LTKDE, William gbutS.11. Burntt Barrows 4] William Mc\Vhr' 2 sonville, at the store of I. D. Hart,Day- trect, to(each passenger,and for any greater weight,
|Sit-If ybu have, received the flute please i ESO, 'associate Editor of the New. York Transcript W. J. Burritt :Mr. Mott. on the 4th day of May, and .continue open one cent per pound will be charged for.every I
La1 the flute alif I like tho flute.! will : aged 27 years., v John P. Brown, William G.N until the 1st day of August next to receive ten miles. t '

the flute and if J do not like:the flute Ilill i JOHK In Hifisborough, Jasper county, Georgia, Elijah Blitch, William Norton Newell.! into subscriptions execution.By for. stock to carry said Rail nand UTFare. through, each way, $h25. i e '"
: Adjutant General .cf the John F. Brown JAMES M. HARRIS. ;
return the flute. as good as the flute waa. State'of Georgia, aged 45 years. Samuel Blair.Stephen AlenY.NichollLIST 0 the 8th Section of this7 amendatory Act, Jacksonville, Jan14. 3Lt"I I ji j

(hen I received the flute, E Russell Orman4\ the subscribers for, 'stock heretofore taken,
'J. Eubank. have a } to subscribe for the lame CONVEYANCE FROM\ .'I '
S. Olmsted
be under obligations to WE are authorised to announce the name ,! 4 amount of Stock on the New Book. !+
0 We should any COL.-JOHN WARREX a Candidate F P \ SIlI.l1II D. HAFT JACKSONVILLE TtY ST. AUGUSTINE.: ;,

our friends, who will communicate correct to represent the County of Duval], in Cornelia C. Fitzpat James Piles, 'AAfES BELL: : '

atements. respecting the. soil, climate, and, the next Legislative Council for this Terri rick. George Pindarvis, 'I IT. J. MILLS .
J. B
'f. w ; Fisher. Mary Price, .
uctions of the country,and as It respectsa tory. May 21. G Henry Paffett srE'jJCfcj thDY :: '

latter, the best method. cuhivationtilanters of ROBERT' MGELOW Maria Greenleaf, R I ?. L/1.\'CwiSTJll. THE Subscriber will run a good Barouche '
do it. THE..friends Alexander Graham. T.homas'Ridg1IYI 2 Jacksonville, March'J1835.:). ,,14 good Horses from Jacksonville,
whVhave exp6riehce can as a Candidate to representthe ._. to
thus eodh leisure County,ofDuyal j in UiiiitiJUjislalivenc ; II ; S ....- .. B*.' Augustine, once., week.. i to,leave. this/
pesA:Tl a "
W7wpnld Y; -'r "- f- '....Jllnt4; Isaiah DMlaxt.. G M. E.: E.'Bauhdew 'NOTJO : place ." )1.Qn41'- aadrniag i-M: %rd e-fh ,
,:and flitFor r-! 'to .. \ J Lucy blie: rIhwrit IS hereby given, that tho Books fir' reeeiv St. Augustine on the evening of Uu time da,.. '

,friends bf SAMUEL EIGLES ] Robert Jones, S-Streete/, ing subscriptions to the capital 8t k oftlie"SOUTUEKJf ltunlntT-1 leave St..4 Afaurtin. tan \ \ !
[ the. Courier: ] THE consent, announce him as a Ca 1i-y Thomas J. Jones, April Suaret.V .. LIFE IJfSURJMW .tIND Wednesday morning,'and arriv at this plica. '.' 'I, I
since witnessed Elizabeth Jinkins. TRUST CO.YP.'lNYvill be onend at Ole on the evening of the tame dayit j: <,i ll
A few evenings ,we ono date to represent the County of Duval. in th, !
f the most interesting and beautiful phe- next Legislative: Council. for the Territory of 'K Thomas Vetn lya] office of Thomas Douglas, Esq. in tie Cityof '. CPFprty: pounds baggage will be aTh wed "M l i j
nature-rinteresting for its nov- Florida. .. August John Khnmey.L W St. Augustine, on the second day of November tp each'lU8enger.and for any greater weight, .it:r i I:
lotncna Andrew Welch, next,'at 10 o'clock, A. M. and will one.cent per pound will bo charged for every kit, ;
: i
llty-and beautiful as a clear pure air' ,dark HENRT 'HARTLY trim Bourbon L. Lowther.'' George Wakeman. be kept open from time to' time by idjourn ten miler .". H j h;"' \
life\ sky, and the charm of a Florida moonJ lllR announces 03:: Fare: each' $5. .
Candidate the ISAIAH D. n R'; I II ment, until the whole of the stock hall be way j'? ;
J;ht could make it. A brilliant lunar iris bf as | to represent I subscribed;! not thirty dayi. .. lit 11. ?HILIP h hJacksonville ,
in the
las seen, so distinctly traced ..on the darky County for D1.t this! Territory. next LegislativeCouncil MAIL ARRANGEMENTS,. LOT CLARK ,Feb. 2., \,' ',(it( \\ ,

beyond it, as to, exhibit, though faint- Mandarin, Jine 20. \ ON ROUTE NO.,24H. ROBERT RAYMOND RSID, \ ',.
t, different shades of When t PABLO. /
held, a complete,arch. was seen, at an TO'TIIE CITIZENS OF DUVAL VIA Commissioners.
Jngle of nearly forty degrees., Where we '' Leave St Marys every Wednesday 2 P.M. ,,June ,Sd;Y 35. 'SKI: ,;I'
COUNTY.TTNDERSTINDING Arrive at. Pablo every Thursday Mr 7 P. M. I .. -:\ ,
tere, the moon was casting its brightestms its that reports ore incircuo.tidl Leave Pablo every Friday, at G A.M. NOTICE. .' '.'J '" I I
on the earth, arid throwing sil- Arrive at St. day C I :
same P. M. "
U Augustine ,by will be
that '
my appointment as An act the Coun regular conveyance
still In the direc- passed by Legislative i
charm LeavcSt
over .
Augustme'every Monday itG A.M. By
oy oflie Light-house Keeper will interfere with my: of this ,Territory; at its! last session passengers once a week from St. Mory'aGeo. '
jon opposite the moon-the' duties as reprjsentative of the County, ,f Arrive at Pablo same day by 6 T. ale I and approved the Governor, Feb. 14th ., by Pablo to St. Augustine; to leave Bt. .
atmosphere 'showed that a,heavy.mist elected, and tl&t I should not (probably) get Leave Pablo every Tuesday: at 5 A..1\L 1835,the Subscribers were''appointed Commissioners -, Mary's every Wednesdayj4at3+ clock, P.M,
|as falling at short distance. What was the necessary leave of absence ,to attend to Arrive at St. Marys: next day bl.!1 A,.M. to Books and receive subscription and arrive at Pablo next&day. ., .

fcraarkable, so''clenr was' the: air, ,and ,soteat Legislative duiesj;-I. beg to'say to my old VIA JACKSONVILLE.: for the open stock of a Bank to te located Persons, who wish to avoid a night .expo.'
the' moon's, light that! her ". uter friends, for w.ose'past and present confidence Leave St Marys every Saturday at 21'. M. m this Town, to be called THE. JUNK sure on the water,will find very comfortable, '
tow" was plainly vIslb ti e. Does any one in me, entertain the most profound Arrive at Jacksonville next day lyG' P. M. OF.JACKSONVILLE.. > accommodations at Fernandina, :at Mr* 'A,"
further proof that the nights are consideration, that if again elected, I will Leave Jacksonville every Monday at I 5 A.M. Dias'f and can leave Fernandina the' next
quire Arrive at St. Augustine same daj by G P. M. 'which the Subscribers
"lit here than in serve them ; aid every thing in my power In pursuance of morning and arrive at Pablo the same day.-
Daces brillinntJy from up" the ? shall be done for their welfare. If for the Leave St. ,Augustine every TbusdayatG hereby give notice, that the Do6ks for Subscription They can leave] Pablo every Friday mornIngat"
>,more' remote equator of attending'the ''L'egislative Council A. DI.Arrive for the stock in said Bank, will be o'clock, and arrive at St. Augustine at u,
Let him .stroll ,on ,one of, our ? loved and purpose leave cannot be obtained from the proper at Jacksonville.,same day by,G P..M. opened in this Town, at the Countlnj-Uoom P, M. same day ; leave St. Augustine every'I

Iving" evenings} with tho moon suspendJJ '. authority to be Absent, (which I do not anticipate Leave Jacksonville every FridayatI>A. M of .Messrs.. Blanchard & Rider, corner ol Sunday, and arrive at Pablo\ same day. I
JJ the zenith, fanned by1 the fragrant, ) I will resign my appointment as Lighthouse Arrive At St Marys next day by 1 P.M. Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock,A.. M. Passengers/ wishing to visit St. Augustine,
jilrny! invigorating! air, and the I luxury 01lie Keeper, CROSS ROUTE-VIA ST. Jons h BLvrr. on the fourth day of May next. will be accommodated on reasonable terms, ,

scene will 'carry convIctIOn to \the ,Yout i. fellow. citizen, Leave Pablo every Friday, at 5 A M.. w. j. MILLS, Fare from St. Mary's by Pablo to St Augns-,

lost prejudiced unbeliever. ,D. ,JOHN WARREN... Arrive at Jacksonville same day ty 12 M.. WILLIAM RIDEll tina.$3T From Bu ,Augustine Pablo 3..;
., [ Leave Jacksonville same day;at 1P.rl"! ,. STEPHEN EDDY. There is also a. safe boat) which will 'run I

JTnopniE? OF PERRY'S FlOUT, ON IUKELRIE. $. oo' REWARD.. Arrive at,Pablo same day by 7 }). ; 4 ISAIAH D. HART. once a'week from Pablo to Jacksonville}Sand .
D. HAFiyP. Commlsiloncri. will depart and arrive' roar to meet the mail
.The Queen Charlotte, which to- RANAWAY from the subscriber Jacksonville July 31st. 1835. Jacksonville, E. F. April 2d, 1833.:! ; boat on its return fl'om'St. Mary's and the'I
tther.with the,Lawrence and Detroit, was i about two months since, stage as it arrive. from St:Augustlne. Fare

jink, on the memorable' 10th Sept., was his two negro fellows, George STORE, TO LET. $6000 ItE\V AttD. from Jacksonville $2. AH fare .to'

Msed sometime ago, and is now lying in L and.John., George, a South STORE at M.uo4RII re. tile Vault 'Qt the Dank of be paid at Pablo. C. TAYLOR. <, I II
Carolinian born ia niojit 4Cyears ,
luflalo, harbor, about ready to take heriii old, of the.,.middK,size, TilE... pccupied, b1 Eo: C'mlf ?- .WHEREAS ..t6i aaity, laaal..u* P..wwlopen p3'TbwMdll.oat.rellll.arP 4i.4dt. ....
|MI.. tho M F.aglo< Line -Gbiragtr well built, he stamine so Esq. will be rentu/vh: fair and robbed, the above 'reward of FnETuo18UD I Mary's every Tuesday ahd return on Thurs I
ckets, run by Pratt,>Taylor, &' Co. The much that at'times it it difficult terms. It is a good stand for, business, and DOLLARS will be paid for proof to day. The stagev, leaves Pablo every- Friday
luflalo Advertiser says she has sustained to understand what he possession can be immediately. conviction of the Robber and recovery of the for St. Augustine and: returns on the luccee-'
little'damage' by her long submission. John, an African born, ' about 23 years Apply to C. READ, near the prentses. amount. The public, are hereby cautioned ding Sunday; Cm3 "<\ tT ,

|he was framed of English:'oak, at Liver: old,middle size,stout, fat,and of a very black Mandarin, August 3, 1835. 9tf against receiving, any of the. Bills} of this ,
ol I, and put together at Maiden ; and complexion.] Both jobbing carpenters. Tlose Branch, and of tue Mother Bank, in which is DRY: GOODS, GROCERIES, &O I .
now a' fabric two in NOTICE. the principal amount lost. Holder of Bills .'' I
owa even of uncommon negroes are probably lurking \the WHOLXIALK: AND tUTAIL; <
cngth. She i is OG ft. long on deck, 25 ft. neighborhood WhitesvUie, Black Crnek, ALL persons are cautioned againsltaki'ng will ]please 'present them without de1ar'iuch HE Subscribers keep constant!.von band,' ;
urn, 12 fb hold, and 300 tons burden. Duval County, E. F., where they have tVeir\ Note of hand,drawn in favor lsaiali as they have, as the old emission consists of-be and offer for sale, on U good terms'as '

I The other two vessels named are also to wives. George at Mr.S.'Y. Garey's andCvhnat D. Hart, for one hundred and five lollars, called in. The] amount missing Bank theycan, be had at any store in Florida,',, the!
raised in the course of the coming fall. Mr. Brown s. payable thirty days after date, beoriig date Bills payable at Principal : l following articu] ,,vila &.l t
In &1UO bills $ ,000
The above'reward will be Mr. October thousand hundred ,
paid by eighteenth, one e'git "
he Lawrence is 25 ft. than the M DRY GOODS. '. : *
longer ,
do 50 .
Francis Gue, Merchant in St. August!ie-+ and thirty-four'and signed by Elijah 11.
hnrIotte.-Ontari Repository. thirty, dollars on the delivery in the j jiil lofl Tucker and Thomas Suarez, as I intend 20 U 20,000do Broadcloths, Casslmeres, Sattnetb,! and,
said city of each of said negroes; besides the i never to pay said Note. 1,2,3, G and $10 bills, 14,000: Negro Cloths, green red,and white Flannelj,*
I The increase of British vessels in foreign reasonable expenses incurred to- bring them I THOMAS SUAIEZ. .- bleached, brown> check'stripe, and plaidHomespuns

jxnmerce, in 1835,as compared with 18&, there, or on the delivery to' the person sent Jacksonville, July, 1835., 2v27VTTELL. ;$G6OOO, Calicoes, eunbdcs, Muslins
ros G83 ships of 108,562 tons burthen,val1,411,356. to receive them at any place where they may Bills payable at Savannah Branch. Silks, Gloves, loisery, &e. &e. .*'"

IB The, coasting trade theme be secured.with the proper informatioi 'given now Mr.Thomma, \fel] ry mostly 10' and 20' 17,000 I HARDWARE.( ,.61, '

[ period, 5,574 ships, of 474,370 tons to'that effect to the said Francis Gie.w Y V the longest stick nocks down Ue sim- "" payable 4' at Phasnix Milledgeville bank ,N. York, 1.422 'Cooking, parlor,and box Stoves, Brass and, .
Jirthen value < total M. DE FOUGERES.St. mons. I.,D. BLRT.'Jacksonville .
; 3,705,032. cus- common Fire Setts, Lamps, and Candle
|Q duties were, for ISOo. Augustine, July let,1835. 2w U Aug. 6, 1835.. .2Dtf ."in. various$100 bill." 15,000 255( Sticks, Percussion Cans! ,. Gum, broadband! ;:

ig 2,254,184.over the preceding year. 1,755 narrow ,Axes, Adze., Hatchets, IluntnersAugers ,: ,
NOTICE! .. 20,000 LBS. OF BLACK lOSS Marine and Fire Insurance Blhk, ,113 .Shovels, Door-latches, Dutt.'&Del ,
!On one occasion during Captain'Ross' ,CLZRK'S: OrriCE-DUVAL CJUKTT, > WANTED. Planters' Bank, Savannah, C,175 Screwy w.o. &.0. *,'*,!t I
tention in the.northern regions they fired ,Jacksonville, August 3d, 1835. ) TIlE Subscriber will purchase tbabove State Dank, 1,120SpeciepHalf FURNITURE. '\;j' ; .

[ball, of 'frozen mercury thro' an inch A LL person. having any deeds or'other of Black Moss if deliwred in ] Eagles; 1,000 Sofas, and Couches, work, card, toilet and ,
"-* instruments of writing to be recorded, Sannnah previous to 1st October/it/h ]largeor Quarter 6,000 I ,
:; and on another they frozg oil of alsds dining Tables] Washstands, Looking Glasses J I
will please leave the money for recording the small quantities. Mexican Dollars, < 1,000: Bedsteads &c. & ,
in a shot mould U minus 40 deg., J. W.MORR: L. ]; ,
d fired it against a which it split same also-otherwise the deeds or x>tier! instruments Silver Change, 300 GROCERIES & PROVISIONS C; ,,
\ target, ',, will not be placed upon recorl until Savannah, June 17. 4r27 A liberal reward for any portion. ,
rebounded unbroken.e' the fees is paid. Apply to RALPH KINO, Coffee, Tea, loaf and brown Sugar, Dottie'l I

lit is said in the of Persons having of kind already' NOTICE. President of th .Branfh Bank of Darien. Cider,Cliompolgne, Claret, Port,and Bherrl.. .. t
event thecontemplat papers any
Wines' Oil Tobae ..
WILL Spices, Soap. Lamp ""
P marriage of JPriuce Leopold of Naplesith recorded,,will please call and pay for them, I Court-house hold in a Jacksonville Court te at Second the- Savannah,June 7,1835.FOR Flour, Rice, Corn, Pilot Bread. Beef and. t
the Princess : as the work is. done, and I want my pay. oa
Clementine third daughrof Pork Mackerel] Salt Flail PoUioeaJ
* ISAIAH D. HART, Clerk. Saturday in each month, atl00'ebck, A. SALE.1TW0 : ,
Louis Philippe, Sicily will be raised M. In my absence, any business lift with Butter, and Cheese, &0. &0. 'Sf jjmt E
'" a separate'' kingdom for the young Jacksonville, Aug.'3. 29tfR. O. M. Dorman Esq. will: be pumtuilly attended Copper Stills,nearly ne*j one con 4U,

e. The inhabitants of that island, it to. S.; 8TREITER, two hundred gallmi, ,with a Drugs, Mediclns. and PainUV-\"adlf. 1ALSO. 1-
I declared, have long wished bra, sepa- JJ.. GREGORY, Justice of tbs Peace. heater of the same capacity) the -other con of Crockery: and fiau! Ware, ''BooWNkJ. '

11.., . Attorney and Counsellor at law.' Jun l7.. I 25 twining fifty gallons;which will bo disposedof Stationary, a Jorge assortment of'" "- 't 1
opened an office in Jacksonville,,for at terms advantageous to the purchaser. Dish, ud Block Hate, Caps; e'pni4! : t
I MICHIGAN.-:Stevens)-T Jfebni;;acting HAS netice' of tin LaW,"iD the several NOTICED For further uartlculani '|nf Yhitesvi10! at this .. "
overnor of Michigan,has issued his proo- Courts of Duval and of the adjdning-coun; Weeks after this data tpplcttion will IXOT09, Esq. |,.-pf e1t;, "' "P'-; 1

mation convening'the' Legislative Coun- ties. SIX made by the subscrifer, u the Honorable ,May C. iOLt BLANCHARD. & alu R.' ... ,
I of, that Territory on the 17th day of Au lie pledge.' h1mself, that alt business entrusted the Judge of the.County Court of Du Jacksonville, Jan. 1, 1333.: atri'

for the purpose of deliberating upon to his care, shall receive prompt and val County, for letters of adtainittnUoo on NOTICE. : N. It-Caah'pald' for Cotton, Hidtf.,

[natters of high report" to the Territory. diligent attention. the goods, chattels, rights foOd credits bfHOKATIO ALL persona indebted to the subscribers, Horns,Tallow Deer Skins, Fun, liee'iwu,:: I'

matters relate to the difficulty: with Jacksonville, July 15, 1835. 20tf LOW,Juar.. deceased Nassau by note or H ok account, are requested MOM, Orange. heel, &0. .
settle the without delay 1 D. '4 n. '
bra County.. CHARLES S TON. to same ; tti
NOTICE. May 23,1835. 622 and no credit ''will be given' at their store u ",<: ,
AuYAL or TRool'So-Tbe Columbustinel the after the lit of February. WANTED.f*:
persons having demands against .. BLANCHARD RIDRR, rrowA *'
ALL & a small family a good who un"
of the 30th ulu says :-* We and of Mrs. CLEMAJClLYE GAU FOR SALE. IN '
Ctf fot such ':
Jacksonville, January 24tfa, 1835. dentonda cooking. an one, the '*
that Company C. of th? 4th regi- dec. will them properly attested of hirnew *.
TIER, present TWO Fowling Pieces* lot highest wage will b* given, If oppUcatioa.. > ,
. U. S. Infantry, under the'' command and all persona indebted to aid Estate, for heavy work-Aur kegs ofDupont' NOTICE. .is mad immediately .. ; r'Inquire \mf\

[A.It. Allston, arrived at Fort Mitchell will make immediate paymenttotiv best rifle powder-one ht bottomed subscriber>> will bold Justices Court -at this office.i 1 |v

1 the 20th inst. E. ROSS. boat, with the oars. The abele] articles THE the Office of O. M. a Dorman, Ksqui July 8. jnif "to t,
Jacksonville, July.23, 1835. 29tf will be sold very cheap for eash. Apply to each
last ia I
The Jacksonville On Saturday : '
New York Star of July 25th says, TIMOTHY. WIGHTMAN, left HANDS WANTED.
Major Barry and family sailed at tlis Office. mouth. In my absence, any busiaee' Dollars month win j
yes- NOTICE. or with Mr. Dorman, will be punctually attend TWELVE .U paid, a I
oaj: for England. He.was' invited by 'subscriber having been appointed April 30. 18tf ed to. STEPHEN EDDY, ,for fire or six good iLeUJlodi, t

[*.heads to partake of public dinner, THE on the Estate of EUSILl Juat1e. of W. feac.. I and. >lAetBlJoUan, tot Goo* flanakmn. .
o his health and public duties would WJ IDDEN, deceaseds-hereby requests all BLANKS of all descriptions frioted at June 3. Z Stf .IOSJlU4.11JClOJAIf. t-

1 Permit him to' accept." parsons who ore indebted to said Estate,to at short notice Dray u. ". .2w2U .. \

make imnedut J'&yment-and all persons OAb ,, Job Work in a handbome style, CHARLES IEOYT offer his flTODART CURRIEn "
I"ft* route of the proposed. rail road from who bare any,claims: on the Eeaate, are re- and op reasonabl terms.a. DR. ( irionat renters to the inhabitant XrtoaiW.uo: sad.; '

r** to Portsmouth, New Hampshire u quoted to present them for'settlement. .' Justice Blanks--Deed*-Klbi of La- of Jacksonville and of Ibis section of Florida" LrTHOGRAPJIERS ..and Etouvtai.No. ..
t be extremely favorable for the con-:. .WILUAH' RIDER. Adm'r.: dlnr-M&nite.u: &e. eoastaaU/ for sole at u a Surgeom end rly.riddaJ' '' ,
-, msst' "" Jacksonville Jan 25,1035? :Utf 1, Wall-street, Nam York.
-beiag almost a dead leve.." Jacksonville, JoiyST 327; ; Ms office ,.

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From: : ] DRY GppDff/CROCERtIES, : : ARtOAZtTrE.Volu'rn.J.1'tR! ,
Uae Tree
.. h ; SJelma!! Pr/ss. FL'OI1.I7).A ,
Ii offers
I TnIrtes.Tt1AT I !' PowearULLY."- Subscriber has on.hand Published every week; I/ OU
H "" I.. E OJ1S LIKE r"
_(1'PI. .. li l termithae'Folloyr'ing ,
.. _' _, d' _. !I"'" I like to hear candidates fbr office agree in ea1e; on reasonable ; < /&J4CC.: CRAY.
politics wiilrlverytman'whom": : they converse : articles., ris '' -, t :nie work,will l be (publishedntnnber \' )

BLUE. LAK3..o1, ;CoitsscTCUT.--'The' with-it looks so much like pnn .- DRY GOODS. ... contaarlin'g eIght large quad'ewrir

following is J a, transcript of the principal ...1.. :, Broadcloths SaltinetU, Negro Cloths] . n-iJ; =oquattD sittyaabdeCimo: ; page, -orJn bola"

part of the celebrated! Judicial code,knojvnby 1''''1 like to hear men denounce others for, white and "yellow Flannels, bleached and .04 r. tin. ,,' J, '- 'aneous l and ongin matter, printed on sc!t
the"narrfe'of; Blur aM, under which brown and HomespunCalicoes week from Savannah nor white p. Perr with perfectly new sup
which! they themselves are guiltyof Check striped plaid TT71LL, run once a type
1 it 'a Mid the first'"'colonists'of Connecticut looks so much like cqn ltncy. ; Sibs, Gloves, Linens i 'ImpottedGingha V t'to Picolata,.touching at Darien,. St.. handsome' tit e'page and'! correct inlet'i .
+ remained for considerable fitne. They Cambrics Silk Hdk'fs. Bomba-- and Mandarin.: h'e'furhished. and; the work ttt the'end
a ne Mary's Jacksonville
II like to see young men i in a hot: summer year, form'ah otty,
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are as follows"The' :- :- Vday with gloves stalking about zettes, Oznaburgs, Burlaps, &c. R. & \V. KING, of four hundred and excellently printed volurn
Goyernor and magistrates, ,convened ttA D AND ,CUTLERY Agents at Savannah. sixteen page!,,
the streets with an umbrella, in one hand, WARE three .thousand duodecimo equa fcTheyoluiie
'\ in' general l assembly this are, the,supreme and a cane in the 'other-it looks l sod ery 1 Lamps, Candlesticks, Guns Axes, Adzes, Freight payable. by; shippers. AU slave" will contain pages twentY'Slt: "

., powers under God, of independent, genteel 'patent Augurs( Door Bolts, Knob Latches, passengers must be cleared: 'at, the Custom' of music for the Pian6 Forte, &c. piece!

I 'r' ,.., dominion. w I like to see young Indies peep thro' the Butts, Screws, Brass Knobs,IIoes,Sad Irons, House. one hundred of common'sheet music\hi
{ i From the determination of the assembly cracks of doors and widows Pad-TGll Chest-Trunk-Gun-Closet- Conveyances for St.' Augustine, in readiness could not! be purchased: separately
no appeal 1 shall be made., half-opened Brass port pad-Knob 'and Monica Locks, at Plcolata. "r than five dollars:; and the publish for k I ,
catch the young"menandthen
-Thfr Governor is, .amenable" .. to the voice i to. when a glinipse, into their Knob batches; Powder Flasks, Pocket Steel- J lyl-l835. mined to procure the simple; 'rather than isdeto,
it of the people 1 ; : they come presence yards, : ed Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges, complex and difficult. fit r

1 The Governor .shall have only single ,appear oler-modest-it is softdmvrable.I those first Cork I crews, Hand and cross cut Saws, pIACON P ,T E\,1\IJ: PATCOMPANY. ,Although' the J publisher places no W

vote ia,determining; .any question, excepta I to see at free dinners Knives and Forks, Brittania-Plated Table ,. dance'whatever, m the support of itas<, 1tf'
chaw with
down who don't pay/ariA might Pocket Compasses
casting vote when th J assembly may be and Te Spoons) ,Iron Squares, rary paperfrom its engravings tare
: ,
yet ,
equally divided.. and main-it shows siyli a high degree ofdecency. ,' Drawing Knives, Braces, Socket s be presented occasionally, Plates from col

assembly of the. people shall not be Chisel/,,&c. ... ; and wood .of beautiful workmanship ,
Tho ... .. 'and fin.
1 like to see plentybf churches with no & PROVISIONS. 2 ish. Already baV *
dismissed by the Governor, ,but shall disrmlssitself GRCERIES ? : \ appeared"J a DeantiMi
ministers to hi them-it looks so .engraved pf James
i preaclr Com Loaf and ;Brown Sugars. < portrait Fenimore (W!
; . t Tea i
of ) rnilE. cJimpany takV this method ,of, '
abpv executed
'" shall much JikcTrgood'disposition, 'charilift laderiaC1aret1'ort* and on>te l, and a chaste ffi
dominion vignette
w ;Conspiracy; againnt! the 7 Champaifff JL inf<*inIrig''lh-pubHc.'tIiat: the -. have etf/rravea Oi ; ;
: funds. page /
-N. E. Itum.Amen coyer.ltscontentlrwfWbevariousandspIriledf
Malaga Wines; Spices,
death '
lie puaisbwi with'ho99G'Yct purchased twb'Steamboats, .!the. MACON, ,
bJ of
I like Tabacco
a parcel men Gin Holland Gin -
young Brandy ,
,:\\ attempts to change or overturn can and,,XCEt which boats are to r'in. there will be' ,
: '
1 of bread regu- general record
aufler death. stand before t( a church door, at.the close Flour, Corm Rice, Pilot ButterCrackers of Occur
this dominion sjiall Macon '
in the Codfish Mackerel larlr1 between..Darien'and: k leavlDgDarienonctev ces, Statistics, Obituary notices, &c t
service, add stare every female full Beef, Pork, ,. ; &*, ;
shall determine controversies boats.TSe
f The Judges : Butter Lardi Cheese Almonds, Rai- ry two tow addition to the'Tales,LegendsEssays,
out much
face as Jiey it looks so Figs, Tmellihg.
pass .
? 'steamboats'will. draw 26 inches of
1rlthoutll <<
ury like SOBS, Apples! Hams; 'Bologna' Sausagcs, } Literary, FugiUve and llis'torij';'
I .No shall be a freeman, or give a gooAbreeding. \ \ water with two"good engines m each. :The Sketches, Biography
one Onions, *Sc'ic.; Poetry, &c. makin2a
vote, unless be be converted, or a memberIn And f our Bpecial benef% .- company have been at great_ .!eipense t to place elegant paper for the parlor,and for the
free communion in,one of the churchesof I would. (d-1 I like to-see subscribers forget Drugs and: Medicines-/i AJOVT.; Paints, Crockeryand this line of steamboats in the 'Ocmulgee and of polite literature, 'as contributions''will lore l }k,

this dominion. .' the Printer it must really be soencouraging' ,Glass-i\Vare\ Powder and Shot, Shoes, Altamaha and riverswould, tesj ;ctfudly'soheit secured from some of the 'most popular Ama
( .- OBSERVER. the, of the public. 'his 'line will i'ithors.. ,' '
: patronage
No food or lodging shall be afforded to Boots, and & great variety of ,articles! to ,numerous '
be a great facility' for merchan' i who wish to The'work will be printed
or>> other heretic.'No to as well/and;
a Quaker con
one, shall cross a river. without, .an GEOI OMCe"-"lVeh j, Sambo, what hnention.HARDY II, PHILIPS.N. ship Darien their goods Hawkinsyille b.rhe way and'of Vlacon Savannah or'in,or rain as'much' ,reading matter as any similar\ ,

authorized ferry lade. are de ogrjculteral prospects shall n'on: a Sabbath day, or "Oh know. 'tater Tallow Furs, ;Beeswax, Moss Deer ; ; ; safely and truly be called] d
No one r Pp mp, I hardly ; Dat ; Ii. have been made' to fbrv ird cotton or the- cheapest journal of the kind. '
walk in his garden or elsewhere, except hill ob ciiio i grow nicely-but,1 gosh!I.dat Jackson II. P. goods without detention' betw( m Savannahand ,TrftMS-" Tliree dollars l ,annum'
.reverently to and from the church. reddish UpVt grow none." "Dat's'causeyou ille} Jan. IS, JeJ.: !, 3tf Darien.{ 1 paper is firmly established per-to be paid, as in fa

; No one shall travel,,cook:.victuals t makepods be.igtorantob de scientific principle j" GOODS." .. No exertion or expense wil be spared to vance Two dollars for ,six months, to id b
sweep houses, cut, hair, or shave, on ob Ilortici lier,Sambo. Lunderstand'em, NEW give the greatest despatch to gbods or cotton paid in advance:

the Sabbath day.> '' you seer '. sign for de Horticulteral Maga THE Subscriber' has for sale the following shipped by this.line. Boston'? '1834: .', i
/ i iTO
t 'No woman'shall kiss her child
u 1 Sabbath orf',st og day dat's a sigi i ripeness;;'''I got dem cabbage :i Superior'q 50 '; ity' Blankets, from ,$450 to :X. BALDWIN. & >CO., S vanna>., ; : THE: ''PUBLIC.mHE .

'A person accused of trespass in the night, stumps 'you gin me' all polled; and I jest $,A'good per pan quality Negro cloth 371-2 c. pr yd. J.. GODDARD &, Co. Mac i. SUBSCRIBER, having purchase,
shall be judged' guilty',unless he clear himself ben plantin'some silk worms." "My\ good Irish Liner from' pOo to'$I.oo. MITCHEL. & COLLINS Ba'en.J JL ''.1he' ,Southern Agriculturalist from its hit

byhis oath. '. ness 1". ".Yes,'sir, I spec to hab'4 silk fac- Best plaid Homespuns 7 yds. for $1.00, E. & J}. DILKNO'Charleston. Editor and proprietor Mr. John D.,,Lem
1.1t "No one shall buy or sell t lands without tory goin'i here,nex fall. f I gosh! Pomp 3-4 Homesjuns unbleached lOc per yard, Dec./183&; 1 solicits the support'or the friends of Agticol
of the select meq. dat's tune/and of the interestaVconnected. with it
permission you go ahead rightish sartin. Tell Superior foicy stripes 18 3-4c.
.\Whosoever 1 publishes! a lie to the j prejudice us-de scien'ti6c,principles ob de silk worm, Silk h'dkf''from 50c to $150, LAND AT ST. ,.PABLO: throughout. Southern. States. He hi
of his neighbor! shall sit in the stocks, will you Pomp 1" Not, as you know on 1sha't } 4-4: unblea hed Shirting 13c per yard by FOR SALE: published this work for'Mr. Legare from i it

i or be whipped fifteen stripes., do it, my Hobsoe! 'gin tomorrow the piece, or yds for,one dollar by retail, Subscrilieroffers'for" sile I for' cash thus commencement, in'th', year 1823.tie and hi i
I or practically acquainted,with mode ii
; Whoever wears clothes'trimmed with !P i Shirting b ached from'I36:to 25c pr yd. 'THE' which
'Negroes, or good acceptances,- it should,be conducted. Its
are and furniture' calicoes from ; public
above; Fancy s
silver bone loco two shillings'ayard
or the lion will
; following tract of fine Live Oak hammock be continued on the same terms
13c 25c
shall be' presented by the grand jurors PAT FOR, TOUR PA'PER.-Jr| you do not Sattinetta to pe yard 87 by l-2c the to piece; ]#land,on St.Pablo" Creek' bounded as i in the same manner as' heretofore t with sic\
om superfine
and the select men 'shall tax the offender the i 'cannon $125 follows 'viz tri; the"' Pablo *
editor West Creek
pay-:- pay-the publishers Superfine loth $4 50 yard, (, by I improvements as I his experience may suggMi i
at the rate of 300 estate. canno, pay' -the printer: ,cannot pay- White,an red flannels per from 371-2c to on the"North b South' Foster's land, :on As the subscriber is solicitous make tl;
Whoever brings'cards or dice; into this the paper maker cannot pay-the men em- C2l-2cper rd; the East, and by lands 'of Cornelius Journal l the' vehicle for:;dissemnjinating used

dominion'shall pay a fine ofL5. ployed in the paper-mill cannot pay-the Bed tickin js from 183-42 to 25c per yard, Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty- information, not only' with regard to esUl r
,No shall read Comnion''r keepChristmas"1 three acres. For particulars apply,to fished systems'husbandry,! but also
one yer, stationer-cannot p'ayr-the merchant) willsuffer Musquito etting, << $125 pr ps. ; eip
.. or, Saint's day, make minced loss .the tailor will be injuredth'eshoemaker equality I. D. HART or mental efforts'in Agriculture'' and Ifortci!
;- DELL.
i pies,'dan ,', en any inrtnut may Tail-the butcher and mar- A good III rtment of fancy ribbands= JAMES ture, he invites free and unrestricted comrntnication
the :drum the shirt silk Jacksonville, Jan. 22. .4tf \ .from all persons' Qccupied' in'th*
enltf) ,JUalc, except ; ket-mnn .wilt.l>d disappointed, &c;: AU bitten -sewing silk-ball and
trumpet and harp. these will,'bo )injured-their,engagements spoof Umai'writinjr paper superior 4o.- pursuits facts .Let no one.'Imaguja.rilutioUiw
..When refuse their children suit ladies /, hose horn.and wood combs- NOTICE. or isolated experiments are too trivial t
parents will be broken-their credit will be lost- be '
able the magistratcs'shaH determine -: silk and/colton umbreUas-a.nc1 a good as- liL persons indebted i to the,subscriber, I communicated. All systematic, knoll:
marriages, their characters will be tarnished their A ; edge is but the of humble l partita
sornme of; ither by Note or Book account, are re- aggregate
the point. feelings be wounded-their families mustsuffer'their Jars ;i'', and Science, in department,i
tWGS AND MEDICINES. quested to settle the same without delay;,arid : every; ;
The select men, on finding children ignorant business will be ruined-the IITTle:: .bovearticlesareofthebestquality no credit will,be given at 'my: store'alter the. brought to' perfection,not through the'instrai

I i triaytakethem/ kway from the parents paper must cease-: and community; remain and vijl\ be sold) for a small! advance, for IQth March. HARDY IL, PHILIPS.. mentality of a single xrr ord nary mind,..
and put them into better,hands,at the m ignorance for the, want, .'of: it-and all. cash or Jacksonville: : March 3. tOt! by the contribution 'of 'particulars by mwrindividuals' }

expense of the parents. because you would not pay for your paper. trgduce.JOAN]; W. RICHARD. __ ,' and generally after the lapse t 1
1 A man that strikes his wife' shall pay a [St. Louie Observer.A JacksmHlle, Jan. 22. 4tf ej ,ORANGE many years; he is desirous, therefore,lobar'
fine of :10J'"' a woman that strikes her hus- j STICKS. as many facts to record as can; be furnished

band, shall be punished as the court di- GOOD REASON-A man being overtaken CAIIIIt T fURNITURE ARE., /H ASH will be paid for One Hundred OrJ and from the planter, who is 'systematic i I.ii This
4 rects. 'I HOUSE.: \ > Inge Sticks, of-various sizes, on delivery experimental labors, an account ofli.,
by shower sought shelter from the '
a at this office,Immediately March 5. failures as well a his, successful efforts*, r
Married persons must live together or be rain in the house of COOKE No. 100 ; !
I a negro fiddler.: On JAMEjlH. Broadway be acceptable. If the lasi 'worthy of bebs ,
) imprisoned entering, ho found the negro in the only ;'offers for sale every kind and GREAT NATIONAL \WORK recorded that they be imitated,the fc
)Ji)Everymate shall have his,! hair ,cut dry spot'in the house-the chimney corneras' quality;
round accqrding to a cap." i happy as ( : :
at useful and ;
merrily. Our.traveller'tried) to keep dry, Chairs every quality-High post and Of Entertaining' Knowledge,to le illiistTutid fellow citizen of the South ,will\\ pot be i
the rain in from French dsfeads\ of Ma1i ganyand Maple- ly numerous Engraving( *. voih. It reproach' Iault.
but came all to our
An editor is like a goose in some particulars quartera- Hair MOBS Mattrasses--Feather 'would-be- a I
1Ul'1,] Beds-
a Jack le ,,ilon't BY THE BOSTON BEWICK COM&AffY. to meet the fa.te of the Revitv-
-he generally writes standtig! on one ,.u why you fix your Looking'' Glares-Carpets-and a full assortmenlof '
leg, flourishes his;quill without observing house?" u 0 cagse, er rain so I cant."- every thing necessary to furnish- THE success which has attended the pubs the last it may oe Justly said,,that it was ij> r

how he may atier'his, ink, and would lie, u But why don't you fix it, whep it don't a house.!" of the best Magazines from' the fere.4<<: to fall;when it.was hot only rearing f J
rain?" 0 'wen er don't rain don'tneed English Press, has led to preparations for ill- us a well merited fame as a literary' JW''
willing ..tosave Roma at any time if he 'er April (? 3w15 suing. periodical but !it was also.vindicating the Southern I bits *
'could gabbling. Talk of 'pmmar _no hiD"roPOaTlpNs.An. more particularly adaptedto
by ; 1 which "
the of the American fromthe upjust aspersions
SUGAR pub J'f
to an editor, forsooth 1 Does not Mr. MILL FOR. SALE. lic. While It will be the object of the been 8o.'liberally, bestowed upon:us P.l1t
Hypercritio.knbw: that the more copy Irish clergyman AGRiAT BARGAIN }. offered, in the to make the work strictly what proprietors its section or' ou'ntry. | A '

devil',sometimes runs away,with the nominative once; broke off the thread of his discourse, <
case 1 before the editor gets to the and thus Addressed his congregation Point Fojadryj; diameter of .Centre Roller, all articles of, interest to its patrons, which 'of the Southern 'Reviey.'so.farUgords

,verb and that, unless be goes out collect- "My dear b threw, let me .here tell you two feet&ro and a half inches,and two outer. appeirlnforeignMagazines.! ; cite circumAances l st.1 alluded to.. I
ing, he never'know. the possessive from that I am n Ow just half through my sermon pnes, on|foot ,teQ and ,one-fourthinches... Extensive preparations have.been entered serves'as'a' Register riot only of methodi ,

the objective case, and often;when he calls biit asJL perceive your impatience, I with Iroi| offs t'points, &c, as also a set of into, both with Artists jind Authors; to furnish Husbandry, but also or-factis relating tab J
Kettles the noted Scotland '
''z on,his patrons, ia under mistake In relationto will say tha the remaining half is not more known b rom'ume of the Carran Foundry from all parts'of the Union, drawingsand sys\em of Slavery; :The cLacterd the tel
f Foundry
these and finds, when he, looks for the' than a quart*r as long as that you have bad." aid proof, malleable Iron. The'capacity'of warranted illustrations of every subject of interestwhich pIinehe''treatment, the wSlaves
as ,the publishers confidently believe wiltenable' ale fairly suited ,to its page?, It
possessive he but the
.gets uothing. objec the gfand ,Kettle three hundred : f
them constitute :
j tive. Ho w:often too where be feels a little REPARTE :.-An elderly gentleman travailing a'n&: to issue a work ,honorable to its topics as interesting and import"
gallons, proportioned, or graduated to titl 'and acceptable to the'American Pe as any which can.'engage either our own >
!in the indicative, does the 'editor sit ,in a i ige-coach was amused by the sixty gatlois, being four to the' set) all of The American Magazlnq is ple. tention,or the attention. of.those ''abroad,v= .
t down at b II table with his Jegs in the subjunctive constant fir of words kept up between which, with Coolers, Vats, and'a Cistern'to monthly-each' number containing published between feel a 'legitimate interest .ill-'opr concern; 'J

,;ftellng the J imperative spirit ,of two ladies. One of them at l last kindly contain thy hogsheads of Syrup, will be forty and fifty Imperial octavo pages, at Two The subscriber begs leave, in conclW
genius, and.looking mightily potential, to i inquired if this leir conversation'did not make disposed. applied for shortly, for at least' DOU.ARI per annum, payable in advance. to renia k"'that if' he 'had'not underUiW1 1

find, afterjj),upon laboring his brain i ,that head ac e,when he answered with a tweet -fiyeer cent below cost. h\c Tu'ldes Brn" InlKftlnnoiGve; :" "NVo edV' rrearaeaT'btlla: ret Mnna"4nr'I'ItI1Ve; -JV,jU-uJitfatAaq.lUn: : -m ,an-Sidoa 6keteb rof4i>tiagtriBlie4!Ame'rictos;f.ytew's rxiuM-fiyry*PtinTtWier! r 1

tore write po/jy-we don't write grammar been,marred tweitii-ciglityeari". Plantation, ,Hclntosh 11 be attended County Georgia, (as' of.: Public; ,B uldingf, Monuments; and im- mOTe from'olu"clty1' ; Ay: 'belen rasp" !t.1
4' Somebody said, a long time ago, a that anything Manager'12. provemenU; Landscape scenery-the bound Whether h w91 be in inhispower ta cootinaeidwill
4wll '
r was good English that a man could An Irish gentlem, wishing to chew the less. variety *hd. beauty ,of which, in this depend not'pnly on'1h.e Fsci npiw? *

'understand.1 and this, though it 'vont ;at excess of his connubiivl l l affection, thus addressed THE SURER'S NOTICE. country, ml: form; an unceasing source of instruction the ters.Literary Contributions of Southern this o r-

x hall times excuse vulgarity,* is convenient the sweet crtature to whom he. ,---=- 1. an< gratification; Engravings and JIe'coaifide5atly'powleave' i,
( rule for editOr. lie if linked for life descriptions >t the character, habits, &c. of in'their hands feeling a 'full &BI rfn\t:
\ an must possi-- was by tlio chains of Hymen. T ,E.SURER'STallaKasree OFFICE there \
Birds our
Beast Fishes, and Insects it Wanting on'the part of ]
bio'make himself understood, and tins we Heaven forbid, my dear that I should March 8th, 1835. bject togetherwith neither the liberality mental energies"lcessary .
every' i connected with the : nor
)bow he often succeeds in doing, even ever live to see you a tru/ow.1 By an 'passed 21st November 1829,It History, Natural and Artificial Geography .. to sustain the Southern Api ;*
himsehf 'd ed that all Bonds resources .
where he don't is executed
pro by of thi A E. MILLER PubhsterCharleston ;
illustrated ,
country, in familiar ;
.'',.,'r ". Auctione'ers.khtJlbe a '
-i- : Two travellers\ having been robbed in a forwarded by the Judgeof and popular waner. 8 CO'Dec. 1, 1831. '
i 'Bo1aOi,a.-*Jtf y inarm wants) to know wood, and tied to trees at some' distance the.C9ul1 Court to the Treasurer of the Boston'Bewick Persons desiiourOf subscribiiig canto s

! ; k it your marm will lend my rnarin. your from each other,one of them in despair Territory of.'lorida. ; and that all Auctioneers No 47, CoWt Street. Company." W T. WILLIAMS, .Savannah,rofiice. -zt

marm'a pick axe to make our bog a hen exclaimed 1&Oh! Toi 'u uJone!* "Are hall qu rte 1 in each'year commenein on O Editors! of .. ,
the Newspapers the
hat of January, transmit to the throughout
bop? "Ob certainly-and when your said the '"then I wish Treasurer United
you other; you under oath iken before Stata, who will publish the foregoing
go Rome just ask your mother if she'll be, would come and undo me." of all sale: ei/ ted by him some, with Judge the amount a'op1 Prospectus, and notice ,the contents of the JOHN A. BILLOW.A .

kiad enough to lend us a keg of that firkin and at.what time' and place and for whom Magazine from time to time,shall be entitled Real EtiaU, and jUerchandiu BroitftExtlangejtrect /I"
r bailer the bought to-day,that's a nice little A STROKG' WWD.-Leggett, in one of WM made. Now, all Auctioneersare to the first volume. Boston, MWWLL ,

''' tuaat f and just clean us a mesa of them his naval stories, speaks of a breeze, when required to take notice of said law, and Any person remitting the Agent, mail attend to th.'.e11l g and bhp,
by ,
poirts and eels that your father caught this "it.btew.the sheet anchor into the foretop\, conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds must post paid,. Tea Dollars, shaQ receive. six Reat ;Estate, ia .every pan ofUnited
afternoon and bring them down with the and took three men to hold the captain* be instituted' Judges of.the County Courts copies (ovens year-.nd continued ft+ long ii tates, People',deslrpus of e
butter my dear-and I'll certainly give hair on his head. are requested without delay to' forward u the mousy is regularly forwarded.A ing from one part o(tye_ Union informatics to m

you the f rsf bright cent 1 find in the ashes" properly certified and approved, the Bonds'of liberal price will! be paid for can always'receive' orre.c.t. !

61,guess oh the whole'' said the s tloy? ,, In writing" speaking, give to every Auctioneers.- their. pc>>8Mwon. and well written,article.,or drawings appropriate/ us, for*ply various>*e It kipdeffice..Merchah4u9 He winfy,,- d elite,

we shan't; want: that are pick"'axe" of person'his due According lo .his, degree Treasurer y of the CHARLES of AUSTIN Florida., traa've of;national subject, poasessinffinterest at any' J artof'the'Unlon. > Comm mod

yourn." : ,,'w. and the custom, of the lace. *' ,'.* Territory Subscriptions received at this office. addreaspd tq 1 biiiii: ih1',be: rompt11
; 14 Dee." .
25, 1834 V ??'. 'f; ,;*# T. ]to. .,.; 'rasa N K'"!i.I Jan; 1,1:35.I

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