Jacksonville courier
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Title: Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title: Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 45-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L. Currier & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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JACKSONVILLE' COURIER, [From the New York Sur.] made about tho adjiu t of salvage in brick building No. 118' occupied, in the era of tho Protestant Vindicator; fourth.. 'V'j\ ,: : '

PUBLISHED.OSCE A VIES,, BY FLORIDA-NO.viii., such cases, until tho lishmentofthopresent \' lowest part, by James Hall, as a riflo and story, John Galdding, book binder. ; t.*

L. CURRIER &: ,CO. Of the cities and towns of Flcrida, those court, with i (of ndniralty gun manufactory, and tho upper part by No. 110, Aubry's porter house 'and Lenin '. '<
which claim the first notice, ai the 'most which, by its decrees, given udversaisatisfaction. several families, which was nearly destroy-I alley. ',2.; ;

1'ERMS-$4 per year, payable half yearlyin ancient, ore Pensacola and St. Augustine : The pop on is 30C to 400 cd ;i as was also No. 110" a two story brick No. 118,'the Light House tavern. -'>

advance.-Single papers ;2 cents.Advertisements the only places inhabited by the Spaniardsat including strangers. I render \ls for house,occupied by G Wood & Hughes, Nos. 120! 121, and 124, lawyers ocs ,

inserted, ;and,, contracts the cession. They are both comparatively our vessels of war, an lilitary corps is as a silver ware mans ctory. No. 118 a n the first floor, and boarding houses In. ,

made for yearly advertising; on reasonableterms. fallen in importance now,by reason stationed there, but its rtanco had been three story dwelling oust was loelfod he upper stories. -' |i 4':'

.' ;' i of the ,very uninteresting ,back' country toboth l lately considerably >inc.' 'I by the 8tab. with the ground ; and, ilia largo four story One the opposite side oftlio street, a'two', !' ",

All communications'' by mail may,be addressed affording not the least inducement to lishment of salt works \p7nds, 'bId building adjoining, nomer of Dutch street, ory frame building was nearly destroyed, :> > / In1 fr f
to, E. WittUMS, Editor of the Cou' enterprise, of any kind t-ThJ( inhabitantsare are unsure u' J bv;:tt .' 'l who was'much injured. No. 120,\lic.dwelling Van Nordon's printing ofllci much In. :',' ''l.r\\

rier postage "In.aHc ise9,ftoiepatd.\ ., nqyv.reduced.: to abo'fcfc SOu in each, of product is.tapabUi" of \1l thole! house! of Mr. 9.1U Burnwain! ,slight\ Injured ju\cd.: Connor &; .Cook''establishment\ :

( i..fl/:' : : -.J. ""' -" ':. WhlcEtha :majority;;in. 1'ensuinU,are still of the United States."7 '\ t w&S'somewhat injured on the roof. The
" .:' "il :t'oa THE COiR1Bat French and :Spanish Pensacok) ,Khow Quincy, Mariana, 1\Iont 10, 11.lrites{ From Fulton street the fire c ritnnnica.ted ; frrtijo building belonged to Connor &Cook V *
"FLiti IJJi., ever, of irrportanco as a naval station, for Valley, \ ;Uicksto &c. ar6\ja"; to Ann street, where the destitution of anl was occupied by Mr. Beraud, as a so- > *"...,

'St. Augustine: h i Gray, Esq., P.\I", which it is well adapted, and has its Fm "ces still in their infancy-w populatn> buildings and property was muclrnore ex gal| store, a' ranch shoemaker, and fami- '* '

Newnanst7 le-S. Ellisj Esq.P. M. Barrancas.j St. Augustine has also its fortress of 200 to 300 inhabitants- lerally tensive. The buildings burnt ar' ,as near Rcl : "A-t

Spring Gro1J -J. Garrison, Esq. P.j'M. and s still celebrated as a resort foinvalids of county courts, and ,suppl gtho circle as wo could gather, as follows : The foregoing is a hasty and very imperfect ;.;

Mandarin-E.;A.,Cohen,Esq. P.M. frim all parts of the'U.' Sj;;but its, around them with necessari and/receiv, Nos. 40 and :38, two story wclhg hous- account of tho ravages ofthis awful I r

GEORGIA.* greatest beauty; and only source of profit, ing their prdduco in return. ?b!, places e: tai ho former a boarding house. 0 tire ; but it is as, nearly correct as the con ,
Doolittle Esq. P. M. the orange roves, have been'nearly whol will advance exactly in prqoti I to the No. 20, a new five story bulling, in fusion and consternation which it occasion.

St.Savannah'lary's-A.-S. Philbrick,,Esq. lydestroyeoby, ,the severe frost of February settlements which are forrig// around' wliityi were. tho printing office of the ed would permit. It is estimated that property -

Maeon-Edmund Russell. last : eoiri only will be recovered, and them. Tampa Bay'has nottlj ment' as French Courier,and tho Old Couuymau ; to the amount of not less than two '

with great 1 ldor. yet, except that of a ,militarj achment the drug store of Smith and Iloerts ; in millions of dollars has fallen a victim to r'i i

THE SONGS OF OUR FATHERS. Tallah the selected fixed there in order -kcep'tlieck" 'the tho fourth story by, J. II. :Coltoifc Co.'s the flames and it is currently asserted, thatbeside 1 ': ,-;;|
capital, was remaining Indians, 2 to 3,000sid] before \ Mr.Blanchard! four other lives have 'i
it Map Establishment, and tho fifth V a copperplate ;["i
and laid date after the
HEHANSl: an early cession "
BY MRS. 2,000 erroneously) ,in that IJ borhood. printer.No. been lost amour the.wrecksf;of buildings 'f4'.
and th site is
remarkable as a high
'Sing them upon'the sunny hills, ; In St. a fort anode houses .,3-t", containing the Napicrprinting and property. These unfortunate persons .' ',,
eminence; of the of hills
When the days are long and bright, healtby, part ridge are built of Tabby, a remarlld) concretion presses and printing office of Anorson: & oro said to have been printers among whom ,"
180 feet abo the level o'fthe with '
rills' sea, a of shells, which is tin when it Smith wero David Carlilo and D. D The '
And the blue gleam of shining fertile around it. It has labored, very and tho offices of the Tinscript, ;,
,country can be found near at hand. nsacola Jeffersonian latter was carrying the former an aged .
New Yorker and ,
loveliest the ,
Is to
of its
however the
undet disadvantage '
and Tallahassee much brick Ibcrn> his ,
used, Herald. The fifth occuied man, on back through the scuttle of
was as a
Sing them along the misty moor, 21 inileL from the seaport of,St. but the greater part of housin[Floridaare Catholic school. story No.' 115 Fulton street, in which they, to- f

Where ancient hunters"roved, Marks, making be drayage expensive, for still, wooden frames. Tens now, No. 32, Win. E. Dean's printing office, gother,with several others lodged,when he <; ", :

And swell them through the torrent's roar, which reason Its advancement has been however, awakened a great' nd for Charles A. Fock's book bindery, ad other lost his balance, and'both rolled off toreth- : ,:* '"
slow, the popu tion not exceeding 1300, brick, and stoli into the': Besides these ..
The songs our fathers loved !. granite, quarry icating establishments not recollected. All the or burning mass ,
although is tie seat of government, and a vast improvement in socinln: rts.I above were levelled >with the grot d I, and an unknown colored man was hurried under ,
The songs their souls rejoiced to hear, the legislative cduncil.: It supplies an extent shall conclude with fo\\11 rks upon much of their contents consumed.On 'ono of tIle fallen wallM. :.Mr. ,E. B. uf .f'

When harps were in the hall,; of,country bf 20 to 30 miles round, the resent and contemplo i Iprove.I the of the stroe'till following Taylor, a fireman of No. 40,\wns several' f>.:
And each prpud note made lance and and on the Georgia side ofThoD asvillo.- I meats in this section. Finn the railroad opposite ; burned, as was also a member of No. :28!\ / ;
spear' ,But the business is now sensibly increasing between Tallahassee niiitl Mark'sactually buildings wero consumed,scacely: one name believed to be Gaeton. ,Is is also stat '

Thrill on the banner'd wall : and a rail road being now commenced commenced. ;iSeconivo steam stone remaining upon another: cd that Mr. C., Baldwin, and 'n Mr.\ Scott, ,!"k1,+i

The songs that through our valleys green, between it and St. Marks, which the state boat companies have joined\ order to I. The Catholic Church. were consumed in the lame building at ':M
No. :
Sent on from age to age, of trade l loudly demanded, this increase transport )passengers by a spmnd cheap 33, large six story buildug occupied which the other deaths occurred. ? i 1
by Geo.: D. Scott & Co.
,Like his own river's voice, have been must be rapid from this circumstance. conveyance from New York New Orleans office as printing Nearly, if not quitoone thousand per- '' {
J. S. Red field
The peasant's heritage.The There, is,8 -very pleasant; little society at via Jacksonville, for tbonmletion, I l the, ware-house as a stercotyio of Bolt' foundry and sons have been thrown out employment, '. j 1
Tallahassee and merchants of great res- of which object a rail road o'. IKJ cut the; paper of whom probably a third are females, and ":"P
extensive book of I. &'II. 1
reaper sings, them. when the vale respectibility. ,The capital is not yet fin- from Jacksonville to a fort ode Gulph Griffin. Tho bindery two hundred at least are printers. ; ,t vLioiiTiima
with sheaves shed-one- only serving ford publicbusiness. Vacassar A third 'c' basement as an Is fitI'd plumy ; wing near Boy : 1tem.
The woodman, by the rli'ght't'ate ,This is surrounded by lovely' plated rail road from Pensa t tC! lnm. ted porter that vault.half In million this building of it uestima de- HEAT :-'A writer in tho Boston : a'':;':!$

plot in the principal square, and hus but it is dW a propcrtywan; Centincl, thus speaks of th }..'
Cheer'd homeward gh'tne.leave8: grass ; Georgia, very vylictlier alrnvl I NIa.:.ponrttrr..ine otfea vulgar. no- :-;..
of the ; JWM ituiia t> ,
adorned rie4uLulniiliift
' by.the auperb.foreilt..treu this cun bcruLcoinjilioheilJlnitfo feu- consumed the whole edition ottl1o Now ,.
Andante thenthe glancingoara"A : country, which form also the prinipal or sible one, ,although distant,!a 11 11!, rond York Mirror for the ,,'eek. From my earliest recollection, have occasionaily .' t: f. : ,:
joyous measure keep, nament of the outskirts of ,the town. A from Jacksonville, 270 mile ''roqh Tallahassee present hoard! heat lightning spoken, oC 1 'I'
Where the dark rocks that crest I our shores court-house and two churches are now westward, to the Crtavhotchio Nos. 41 and 43, four story brick dwellings Often, at the close of a hot day In summer, ", c ,'.'

Dash back the foaming deep. contracted for to 'be built. Here are two river. It is also contempla to (car the were partially injurcJ. on resorting to Uio Mall for Iiair". I ;
Banks, one of a small capital, and de other, shoals in the Chattahouchi vcr.'which No. 31.-Front building, n.'lCment occupied have seen the west and south horizon almost ,i :

So let it be !-a light they shed the,i Union, with a capital of,one million, Impede 'navigation in fjmci to Columbus by II. Bishop, baker, first story by continually illuminated with light '

O'er each old fount and grove; of the utility of which I have alreacy! spok and lastly a canal fit thcCliipo- James Bishop' ,dio sinkers/ and the second ning, not the fierce blue forked streams, '
story by tho family of Mr. Locke, carpenter but mild flashes while
la to connect tho Apalachi rivr with no ; or it
dead ,
of the
A gentle '
memory en.To Tallahassee and situated : In the rear of this lot was 'a ran elof[ perhaps small ones only were visible I'v
the south of St. Andrews Bay, is stills;|n cf 'ahho'for very ,
A spell of lingering love ; workshops, consisting of three buildings, in direction. On friend I
St. Mark's river, is the town of the present suspended iD a norc favorable any meeting a if
the names of mighty men, the first of which was occupied by Dr .- '
Murmuring Magnolia conversation
which has been forced into existence moment. I our was turned on the subject .'_:,
bid streams roll on, dale and Grimshaw: ; machinists'AIr.; Wilkinson I was infonned it heat '
They our, against the disadvantage >f rapids If I shall have succeeded the foregoing was lightning. ,
And link high thoughts to every glen in the river, which prevent all apiroach; tot observations, in undece ym' with blacksmith ; tho second! by Grimshaw's lIrs.Hazelton's'scbool Having always resided in the vicinity of ,i'? J
and '
Where valiant deeds were done. but, by small vessels, and these with respect to this iutercstin d rowing{ f8nd the'thirll Drysdalound Mr. Locke'scarpenter's tho Common, where this appearance ia so '"
great labor and risk. It has proved a fail- territory, and in placing tpanii before shop; by frequently\ seen in the south.west and west '

:Teach them your children round the hearth, ure. you as it should Ira represe, I boll be ,shop-and._James J Kelly, grate 'horizon on the evenings of our hot days

When evening fires burn clear, St.:Marks is the old Spanish fotress, situate sincerely pleased. So wislj you health and tendert maker. Mr. Locioleaso, Ins in summer, and having consequently heard
at the confluence of the river St. and I row, was not insured, and lost nearly) eve it so repeatedly spoken of as lightning,
And in the fields of harvest-mirth, prosperity; am yours
that he worth. AIr' L. had
ry thing was 1 had for indeed all tho early
Harks and Wahkulla. It is an appendage many years,
And on the hills of deer to the capital and its shipping port,and that [From the New Yor m.] attempted to effect an insurance in severalof part of my life, as, firm a faith in the doctrine /'
So shall each unforgotten word, for the offides in this city, but without success of tho existence of beat lightning es j; "-
of Magnolia : it has,a few stores only AWFUL CONrLAGRATlorfMJlE>:SE DESTRUCTION !
When far those! lov'd ones roam, that purpose ;- but a plan for a tovn is now or DBS or and was about to apply,,to some of the distinct from the lightning attending thunder -:(

Call back the hearts that once Ifatirr'd. to be laid out, and in a few yeorsit premisses :. LIFE.-About 2 o'clock FROPERTypD on) snorting of insurance companies Broollyn for the in storms, as I had in the existence of the .;" ;"
A of
childhood's, holy home. to be of some importance. From this the |112th ult. a fire broke! in tie large purpose. Dumber journeymen suffer latter. ,How many hundred times have I ", <
this establishment have been severe board it said '0 that l is1 heal ?
bales only lightning ,
of 16,000 Fulton 1
port were shipped upwards six brick building, 1115 .
story the loss of their tools. :' "
ers by ,"
that does harm. >
The woods of their native land never !
green of cotton of the last crop, and the ensuing street,occupied by Mr. J* Tumey, asnn any
Shall whisper in the 'strain, crop will give at least 25,000, 1)ship by extensive printing'' esw meD by E. No. 29, a similar building to N o. 33, occupied As soon as I came to reason on the sub '

The voices of their household band the same channel. The distance from the French as a book-store,.a A V. J.J1urrittIUI as a stereotype foundry by F. Kip- ject, I doubted the correctness of the opinion 4

Shall town to sen, is 8 miles. Fish and oystersare a drug store ; ,Mr. Beit stereotyX3| ley'and Orslx>rn & Buckingham, printer, respecting the existence of any such t -'.,
sweetly speak again ; very abundant, and deer.anl1 wild fowl block maker Kingsland JBapti
The heathery heights in vision rise, of every kind. ., ; Mr. Jackson; publi|; and by Joseph Catholic Diary, Mr.Miller, bookbinder,and and a natural or acquired proneness. to

Where like the stag they rov'd- Apalachicola is a flourishing 4 seeport'sit- Blanchard as a bin) The build. Mr. McElrath; bookseller. The rear build scrutinize opinions generally, induced 'me "

Sing to your sons those melodies, uated advantageously at the outlet of the ing was in a few minutJ I flames ; and ing was occupied by Mr. Fuller's; family, to, give this subject a little attention, and '!f':,

The songs your fathers lov'd. river of the same name, and within St. 31r. Blanchard who wopeping in the and in'the rear of the whole was his gym the result was, that there was no, such
fit; Vincent his nasium. thing as heat ,lightning in the tirculJ1I&aD''t :
George's sound protected by third story, in attemptin J make escape "
St. George and Dog Islands: under these from tllindow to the No. 27. similar building, occupied by:: jcji alluded to. J was convinced the ap
Any body can talk common sense, but last tbe'vessels oflarger burthen..Tbos by jumping himself teethe died J. Campbell & Co, u a branch of theu is caused by lightning proceeding
lay street
few can talk nonsense welLlfbis may strike 11 within four wiles of injured extensive ,paper war.boUIO in Nassau :Ersllce below the horizon, in places v ?*
of ft. water come in about minutes. IfTurney com
the reader a remark but, let us CJri
eibguW Eastbrook & Sweet Nich- time a thunder! stonn U t.
street printer "f
be receivedat esp.
the and 8, to 9 'feet : $1.500.
examine it; Common matter is the town, can his( loss at $5000:: ) fypnce ,
gift of every body,:with sense any intellect at all, the.wharves. During the active season, From this building the fia spread with ol's bindery, and AtwuTsmusio printing nccd. In with this its way attending the appearance and itself .- ., .
office. together succee
the river
thirteen steamboats phed jn as great to the residu that elegant .
of any man not an idiot or not insane.- rapidity No 25 office of the Spirit of 70, and dbg phenomena, are naturally and '(
and very
b far as Columbus, in,George, transporting block of buildings, Nos. lop 1, 113,
Every ever talking
body common sense, The
accounted for. of the '
and downward otherwise ainply peat .
the first occupied.
wards,valuable merchandize wbich were variously octtd,
and it becomes familiar its up
BO just every 23 Ki k. porterbouJO two story preceding day causes thunder clouds: u
No. a
for house the ,
*, 37,000 bales of cotton, exportation by Mrs. Prentiss as a boac ,
body talk of and who
can religion politics, book frame building.No. usual ; those clouds! sometimes pass around .
from this port-the qantit1.of.both; Bliss Wads worth Ares a
can talk nothing else. But skilful, graceful next by ? office in the first below horizon the
carrying to
be 21. Bar printing just our pia. {
Wallis andPennoyerCoolidge
and consequently the busitfsswill considerably store L. Turner. Newell ,
elegant nonsense demands education, increased the ensuing season, & Co. okbiiideni: story. and book bindery and family in. the ces over which they pass a storm or thun- .,.,j
wit, wisdom. How few can trifle gracefully.At dtr tho continuance of which *
stories.The gust ; during .[f
probably to the extent of CCOOO bales. and the other by O. R. Burp,as an extensive upper g
red shawls next building, corner of Nassau, a we see the reflection of the lightning altho' .
a recent election of officers for a Militia Jacksonville, upon the aver St. Johns, manufactory ofemb hun, a two story frame house, a ,.hoo store,,i vie see no cloud, or the skirts of one merelyt ',l ::
company in Watenille: Maine, George is, in a mercantile point of view, what St. landkercbiefs, &c. in whicerone! Christian Brown, book binder and printer, and hear no thunder: the clouds give -;jam

H. Boardwin, a respectable colored gentleman Augustine should have been, or Fernandi- dred females were emplo} and cabinet many 11. Hacker, painter,N. N. HalP] *law office. on the tracts over which they pass, .-' ,1.1, :

was chosen Captain' by a majorityof na, the point of export for the products of workmen. Also, to the e ve Budd No. The destroying element further confined and consequently the next day, I if the wind t" ;,
six votes ,He accepted the trust in a that neighborhood. In its!present incipient furniture warehouse of J desolated .
in its ravages in Nassau street, and cornea from that quarter, we very frequent- .
happy and appropriate address to his con- state, it is even now tie thoroughfare ,107,and his No.three 117 story ele/tbree bri/ork-ahop/ the eastern side half way up to Beek- Jy} have a fine cool| morning. ;:,,
.- proceeding northwardly from the rear. an story r
passengers street. The following building were
the south and,west, and westwardly I from louse, partly occupied u dice L1 Abm. reduced man to the earth SUlfCJ: does not always mark wisdom.I :

Will you accept my arm 1" said a gendeman the north, and will very shortly be of some Bell)) & Co., and No. lllie! adJoining No. 108, occupied,by a die sinker, name was at dinner; some time ago, in'company '

to a pert young damsel to which importance.Key building, of like descriptid>ccupied by not known. with a man, who I listened tome and wid ;'

ebe made the following very appropriate West has been settled ever since Mrs. Paddock as a milinapl dress and making JIlL- Nos. 110 and 112, John Campbell & nothing for a long time ; put be nodded bi* ,J.j

yr-a No I thank you sir, I have two the change of government j it was first a establishment and resit, Co.'* extensive paper ware bouae. The head and I thought him intelligcat. At ',:,

o nay own." small)) deposite for the trade to Cuba, and Nichols, also speedily felitim to the 'amount of property build- length t, toward the end of dinner,some .P-,< ,
and from that lames, and witb all the al luenuoned 850,000. the table "
the fishing smacks bound to Log must have exceeded pie dumplings were placed on ,
A London paper speaking of the twenty island usually touch there for clearances. houses, were wholly deeaL Brownlee No. 121, ;o. 114, Henry Griffin & Co., bookbinders and iny roan bad no sooner teen them than .

ye millions appropriation France Bays, Ie then became, as it is now, a resort for the residence of the Revi and publishers first story;second be burst forth witb-*Them's ,b4J Jockeys \' '

We. guts there will be a pretty consider- wreckers, who derive, a profitable trade was much injured by the f ge of water. Presbyterian Education Society ; former* I wish Bpurxbeim could hare 4
.1-Ie flare to vessels On the opposite side Jltou street, story examined the fellow bead.-(Coleridge. .. 6,
particular tarnation up among from the disasters accruing upon three third story, Bowne, Winsor& Co. publish- .
WI*Yankees when they see thiS;" the reed around it. Great complaints were the fire communicated toj story "

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I FOREIGN NEWS.i ion hole, or is embroidered on the breast of speaks the sentiment of the most a public meeting pf the ,Courier
convened at
.1 I = the titled'courtier; and I feel myself more respectable pc1. of the people of New- Jacksonville and its vicinity, =-
\ tNEVT YORE; August 18. the and move the Court-house,to adopt measures to meet TDUnSDAy,8EPTEMnE
honored ad well as gratified by the applaudjng England, in riI to plans ,
l i i. The fast railing ship Josephine arrived voice of my 'fellow citizens-by the ments of the /tionists:-[National In- the present crisis, J. LANCASTER 'Yascnlled The recent developements =--
from Cork whence she took herf to the chair, when the following in relation lochs,
I' :Yesterday grasp of their friendly hands,some of them telligerfcer; J i
, 'departure'on the 18th tilt. Her command hard with honest labor-by their counte- [From thejott Atiaa of August 4.] preamble and resolutions were passed insurrectionary movements of the Abolition

: er, Capt. Britton,'has hail the goodness nances beaming with the fire patriotism, Tni SLAViESTIOf.-'Vc have expressed unanimously.Whereas' ists have.highly; ,excited! the feelings oflllOit

famish us with Cork papers of that day, i. infinitely more honored, than could be on this agitating ; recent occurrences make it of the population.of the slave-holding
but opinion
Liverpool paper of the 14th, and a Londoi by any titular appendage to my. name thata tcbic frobe ado time> that it first became proper foi the people of the South, to ex- We believe that unless prompt measures states

,Shipping List of the 15tb. :, monarch could bestow." 0 i ecessal, discuss it in the public press ther sentiments in rel.atloo to the taken! to check .influence of emissarier an

: r .. We ask attention to the extract we givi jouma Wjve uniformly and decidedly cxtraorditnry measures of various fanaticaland the livesof, _citizens in the States
Mow from the London Morning Chron; | ;. A TnztLLlro DEVELOPEMEfTr \ yesterday I condemi' the violent movements, other societies in the Northern and! tones and Terri
.cle That' paper' may be considered th gave ah extract from a 'Mobile\ paper and st 1 mbrelcnt language of the im- Eastern States; therefore, we the people! holding will be in danger, and

official organ of the present Ministers ; tvl' in relation to the death of Mrs. Alston.The media s Abobists. The evil, great as of Jacksonville# :in public meeting .assem the Constitution; shaken, to its centre. 'Tie

! therefore probably entertain that opinion > Mobile Commercial Advertiser, received it is, Y, ; shall!? aggravate by agitating.The bled, do lublish and declare, that we regard prosperity of UM whole country has been

the conduct of the King and his'Court t< last evening, .contains 'a still moreintercstingltatcmcnt rifferinf the slave-great as they the troceedings of the Abolitionists chased. by persevering zeal and pur.

wards ihcni, which the Chronicle'exprei-, upon the subject, from I e wadi only increase by our societies i the slaveholding States, as with precious blood. cemented
t&Government. the of the who attended the may incendiar and treasonable attacks on the
sci. It is indicative of a change in pen physician rash i iiterferei .
We have indeed never bliercd supposed! pirate and murderer during the Letbolitias ask themselves what right of p f vats property in the slave,hold By the misguided enthusiasm of a l'ewthe

that the present Ministers would r l last itioments afhis'earthly existence. We manner tartan with the slaves at ing State: and Territories, equally guaranteed character of Norjieners arid northern instita-

/taintheir seatS longer: than was necessa f annex the most important part of it:- the SoMtb can;+ ilyreasoaableexsectation} to us by the Constitution of,the United lions is fast! weakening! the chain of

to:pets the Jri h ,Church Bill add ono fr The pirate who died, and the facts of ''orbeukri>6' M condition J It.must be States, as the right of property of any, good feeling, and common love of mutual..
tWo' inehsurer which the,consenntive whose Case,CaiDo into my possession! was either'with l-itlwrdt j the.consent ofiGoirmastetp other description,is to these Abolitionists! There are undoubtedly, country
p4rtycoUlJ! ,consistently with their by the nant of Foster. Ho was without f Vfyi".propose to adopt your and) more outrageous and wanton than an the ,master spirits behind

," avowed opinions, sanction. 0 | family, aid kept 0- grog' shop. He was es vit i *he consent of their masters, interfer r /with their personal or proper- curtain!. Frisson and 'rebellion do> not
". 'th''King bas sent a message to )0 taciturn md silent in his disposition. He, ong ii< and promulgate your docs tied ;(gbts, because, the interference'pro- find root in minds sterile and stupid. 'Tie'

llotiae of Commons, signifying that as II ffi. c1 for some{too before his death, grew gradu ;go tr' If dl will consent to their adop-: pond, not only jeopardizes our property, dumb beast can draw the'cart but he cannot

of-the Church, by the civil of ally monuntcmpernte.! He often spoke of I t'/n, they wi ertainly consent to.listen! to : bit our lives and all most dear.jo us. direct the course or business'.

England! he would 'offer no (King a ailor.! of having! been much at sea, J lem. If yo sun force your opinions ./Be it resolved:--That the ne t Legisla- Our ,citizens maybe, assured that
the unrestrained investigation of a stJbJ or, astli, phrase- goes, of having "seen 'on them-to mpeltbem to a manumission Council be requested to p such laws lurkers in accoinplished -
the Irish Church-which was now before much ice." lIe fell sick,and was con' of their es-you at once light up as may be necessary to avert e evils incendiaries- are our Territories as well

the, Parliament and' under legislative de-' fined fo 80rrie time. His brain appeared I he:: BaBes olvil war. The whole question tended by the ''FanaticS and as States. Insurrection, although it may se.

liberation., ,. I disorde! and his mind at times haunted I resolve: self into this-and can. be who nre endeavoring to delug .country cretly begin in 'the kitchen, winds itself by

'. FANCE.JThe i i i .-'he i by stran; impressions. He, on his deathbed j considered c in this point of view. with blood, and ,that severe nalties and degrees into the refinement, of the drawing

i Consjnracy partiesin con ?sod to a very worthy and respectable If this! is 11 your intention, avow it.Proclairi .- summary punishments be nw ed againstall room ,and parlor. It violates the
with closet
charged a. conspiracy to
custody ; ge amen who stood by him'that he tbivou are agitating in New- all who, either tae or attemptto
persons may the
assassinate the King ; amount already had beeih and -: study sacredness of domestic,confidence
pirate belonged to a picotkcal ,
England: at ore preparing to agitate in distribute any in amatory jr incendiary and
the number twenty. The prime mover crew-JI who took the vessel in whichMrs. Europe,!for e purpose of. compelling paper-and that the laws' a, linst' colored pays its obligations ruin and blood._
of this i plot i5 R'man of the name of Merge Alton had embarked.', ,That after The case of Aaron Burr in his .
release d'al ive property a vow-this intentionfan persons be revised in such a'manner as attempt to destroy
ron, who JilL already been tried nnd acquitted the creyvessel 1 and passengers of the captured ; is must be your intention if the Legislative Council may sera properto the liberties of the States and his successful .
similar been
of offence having
a remember, with w e all despatched, she alone re- .you mein i thiug-- charged you may firing maincdDressed ho disposed of. Each man ex- ;of del d followers would cling to penalties be awarded
your again n1 person or cannot be .
n pistol at the King, at the corner uf the forgotten.The
unwillingness to become<<; her ex you.,, Ve'i ir sla'ery.as heartily .as we persons, 'who 'may attemp to teach any
Pont Royal, when his Majesty was pro'ceecliog ceutionevwhoso drew lots to serpant can charm the bird while It
They see hate ai r th else that is oppressive, unjust colored person to read or v rite.
from the Ttiileries' to the Chamberof it should bo her meditates his destruction..
Any to destroy ; ,, a d .otus. But ,there is no more Resolved-That we con der as dangerous -
the session'of tho Legislature.
Deputies to open that it Ukfortunatcly fell upon him. Upon'learnin reason or aovement New-England' ,all persons who may be subscribers to

her"atc, fine begged: strongly and to'red i :e trouthem States, and compel or who shall take any Abo)monist paper or SEPTEMBER.had come, and .as yet, there
'> His acqnitWl/ haying secured his impu ;mtheticjly for her life ;she entreated themto them > ro o their slaves, than there pamphlets;or seditious or ncendiary publications has been no prevailing'sickness in this or

nity!this man has since been heard to boast spa re her. She told them she was Mrs. would avc n for our joining Poland in l and will view all'such persons as other towns on the St.Johns., Here it is not
the hand that fired the
that his
.. was really Alston daughter of Aaron Burr, who h her. strigr.Ii mast the,Autocrat of the inimical tu our' institutions and meriting considered unhealthy but liable
famous pistol aliof;; but although ho is'now had bui." Vice President of the' United North-: ot !xciting the serfs of Russia punishment. we are every

in custody, it senms to be doubtful whether } States, ind that he'was awaiting her in N.. to,a rebcltc gainst their legitimate Government summary Resolved-That a committee of six be day to rains and storms.' One needs an um

this new: ,conspiracy can be brought York, wtero she was going on to join him, i appointed by this nieeting, who shall act brella to keep'ont of the sun in the morning
homo either to him! or hia supposed' accomplices. and to cihsole him: in his adversity-that and the shower in the The clouds
their ulterior As far (31 question is concerned, the as a committee of vigilance, and have power evening.
which Apart could not bo innocent ie rnadeher walk the plank, which, find- slave Stat F to all intent and purposes, I tosee that the patrols do their, duty become, l highly charged 'ith.electric fluid,

,the facts certainly which be ins she, Could not avert, she finally did, a ForeignJ-. We have no more right, strictly, and to call public meetings when- and the heavens are fairly alive with light
against -
can proved with firmness and lie
grqt composure and ; meddle with the in their
no rcj power to ever opinion public shall
than safety require We have
them to little more their baying known of but one instanceof
amount was an Iterate man and had probably.ne-
slaves of li I Carolina, than we have to jjt.Resolved.'
taken house on the road to Neuilly, striking near .this But the shafts
ver rcaiEany thing on the subject. meddle\ i ii one of the Vest India Islands -That all ,owners and place.
and 1 having' made it a sort of magazine of For R days previous to his death heimnginc over- frequently take in the wood further
me pine
It that ; l Ar we attempt it,.it can only seers of$ slaves, be requested to keep their ,
and ammunition.
arms he saw her .in his room, and Ixj throng tie and bloodshed that.we slaves 'Ion their ''plantations particularly back from the river. It is not safe to be far
the their consisted inthn ,
principal part plan would c nvulsively point to different parts shallsuco 4 such of emancipation.AVft '. and 'out this river
construction second'edition of the. plan nights Sundays,and allow them passes on in small boats in, the afternoon -
of the cl OII" ,.1\KCI.'niUIr.\filh d much ear- xef 't&.learn,,that..th ra. M tmoi'o o.lie to off in the .
ett4>itkt 4-infernal nmcirtn 7 wiitur-was tu' I1cstneB.-r ', w. and wouldask > go only day time. at thi.&eason.. There are eudd.aequdlrwhich )
the King's car-. j ni an agitation on this subject in Kesolred-That Isaiah I).Hart John L. '
ratio b directed against the bystanders .if they did not see her. are discoverable approaching, but
from his England)'. he Abolition Society is sending Doggettf'\ J. Mills O. M. Dorman
return suburban -
riage on his Majesty's This delusion tormented him as long he which
as ,are dangerous, even if the helmsman
out a to work for them there
villa the Tuileries. The it Elijah Williams,. md Squire Streeter be
to I preliminary could i make himself\ understood when he ,
are still in how, aid what end? ,To raise fundsr the conmittee vigilance: can manage a' boat uncommonly well. Atone
proceedings progress, died a most miserable death! "
and as soon as they are brought to a close, In corroborotion of this statement the r the jiju ass, of the slaves! ? or to'pay Resoled-Thattne proceedings of this moment you may glide over a splendid

,some official announcement will he made testimony: of several gentlemen could be itinerartt preaching tip an excitementin meeting published in the 'Jacksonville smooth sea, and at the next,may discovert/

1 of tho course which it i ia )Intended to.pur- mentioned, whose standing and character It Newt is.if and and New York ?that Courier, signed by the Chairman and Sec the ripple at a short distance, that trouble ir:
greatest importance
I ;, public retary. )
8uo.-rrirnes[ are'oftho first order in the coming.
community, inettji should be held tbroughoutN /. B. LANCASTER Chairman. "
whose veracity where known
? S "l'f'SUC' NSUL\TE.-Ijs: Excellency, will ,questioned; and who know the w. 1, to declare 'the sentiments O. M. DORMAK, Secretary. DMUBDZR.-The mail carrier betweenTampa'

) f the Captain General of the Island of Cuba, above statement to be substantially true ; move f at the large fanatics with and reference abolitioniststhose to the Bay and Camp King, was barbarously!
i with the view of prohibiting the introduction have no' OUTR GET W.\lI1IINGToN.-The
1 authority for calling them themselves National murdered on the road about two weeks since,
f t into the Island, of offenders against by name. 1f Col. Burr should yet doubton 'ti profess ready togo I J Intelligencer Friday, publishes by a party'of the
tnroJg o double horrors of a servile Seminole: Indians. lIe wu
the laws, or other persons of bad character the subject, eV lJ co'coultl be adduced the following account of an audacious outrage
law all l and civil for the remote chance ofsucccedinfir -. shot, and scalped, his bowels taken out,and
i requiring in
has lately passed a ,' to establish |tt in any court justice, which, tnat accompanied by a string
: persons coming from foreign ports into any being} lawyer, ho would be obliged to admit 1 ompulsory emancipation. of unwarrantable[ &calumnious comments, thrown into a pond. The mule was cut'ie

t' part of the Island, to be provided ,with a to which we cannot consent to give place pieces, and the' saddle) bridle, and mail ty
passport! from the Spanish Consul, at the I do not consider it necessary to be more We have received in our columns: have not been found. 'The savages had a
..' place of embarkation. minute on die subject, unless I should he a On TU 'night last an'attempt war-dance the '
'. As this law will be enforced 1 tbrcugpe politeness of friend, the was over scalp of their victim
rigorously formally called on by some one, who has br made on he life of Mrs. Thornton
following dated ; of thiscity A Genera
; messenger was despatched to
: in all notice is thus given,
cases, publicly authority claims for more particular in : (the much respected widow of the late
that no ono may allege ignorance, and formation. Because, as before observed, ORT GIBSON, July 7, 1835. Dr. Thornton, Superintendent" of the Patent Clynch at Camp King,,and a detachment

tf complain of.the, inevitable detention consequent nothing of he kind can do any good ; fur- "Juit ae mail is ,about to leave, an I Office> ,) by a young negro man, her proceeded the scene of the massacre.

J' on' a non-compliance with tho above ther development'and discussion can only tjprtsa'hffrived from Major Mason, aCross t slave. A out half past one o'clock, in the We hope our neighbor of the St.Augusti '

law tend to revive melancholy feelings and un- Tink where he has been stationed dead of tip night, Mrs. T.'s chamber .in Herald will not contradict this staUmentr
r" All Captains of vessels are also hereby pleasant regrets.i-L.-, which time had measurably wit!)' companies of dragoons, for which herself her he has the
slut aged, mother, anda all our former ones in relation to
themselves with clean
required to provide : buried the the Pawnees and
4 :i oblivion purpoJ receiving was entered
from the Consul at by the n Seminoles.. This transaction does not,I took
bills of health Spanish ,
ALEXANDER JONES, M. D, Camantlh dians,who were to assembleto gro, who had obtained access to it by'for
[ the ports ofiheir clearance. Mobile, labama, July 19,1835.A form> a Vty, bringing the unpleasant cing the outer "door.U approached th like being removed peaceably and quietly"e

[Charleston Courier. intelligencmt the Pawnees and Caman- bed of Mrs. Thornton with an uplifted However,we should riot be BorprU.i if t.

usp' '].INVENTION.-Mr James Ham- dies, had ccted, and were still collecting She fortunately,awakened by his axe. should'dispute this, and ;assert that nothing -
.t : ELEGANT EXTRACT.-The followingpassage ikon has Invented a machine for felling 'in 'gre mbers, and that they were and still more fortunately step,, 'occurred.
is extracted' from the eloquent trees, whicli, is spoken ot'a8 follows: sending tb ives and children back into I the mother of the woman -
man, was also
epecch of Mr. Livingston in reply to the "'1'hi machine requires very little more the woods anountains;and making pre awake. As he approached the bed other The following notice was twnished OJ u
tout,tlrank in compliment to him at die space for use than is required for the swing parations tokck the dragoons,and commence mistress the latter ,
sprung seized and curiosity. The of the .are.1J-
t public dinner given to him at 'Philadel- pf an axe, and may be used in almost any a wbf offence, and Maj. :31. sent held him, while Mrs. T. escaped up, from name partiea tet-

,|w phia: $ o. situation in which a man can use an axe. for Gen. A rule. ,and six or eight companies room,rushed to the door of the the tentionally withheld. 'CnpMi .cle"r
f'! '.*.The-occaaion which brought your It may be moved from tree to tree'by one of inft ". the.residence' of Dr. Hunt whom'ehe next house, low, but he .is)like a treat.mga otliaoe

w paUw 4J.ese .more to the maDy-proc4J- manvho ctfft with it cut' through 1 a stem "The"ne>('y'is ol50' brought by' three ed with her cries.. On reaching, the rou to u.turn h1W J sRi,-(If, ntharwordst

J'\i. .'">? refutations of tho charge of ingratitude of two feet diameter in five minutes: two Osage Iodi& bar Maj. M. is .building of Mrs. T.'a ho se, Dr. 11. found that entry off." It is the first 'time we vet b.,a

t** 'against Republics: for the people have >n men will' however work it to more advantage fortifications,* preparing for defeacef .- pother of the r >gro bad succeeded in fore the statute of Uadtatiaa, to ran kiss case of fa-

this occasion most generously repaid m< ilit It is so constructed as to admit osaws There Is supdl to be about 15,000 Pawnees ing him out of :he back door and locked ly quarrel ; "tvrentyforelionnl" W ytfamih'es e
services talents and hu ,
t crate ordinary ,
n- of different the and Canvies. The commissioners
lengths .according to it. h
Finding, < wever that but tb0t'
ble efforts the highest of all rewards one would be safe ia thaibriBg'th
I I by size of the tree. A Committee of the promised to them, they say, at first bad come tot 5 assistance of the '
5 their, approbation and applause. American Institute at New York commend gross, (that I y,) but now it is as high be endeavored again to force family, nie lass dnriag the whoh( blessed year. l#*

14No! Republics are not ungratefulU! it in strong terms. It.cuts the stumpsuniformly as their 'chile and they suspect, be with his axe, a id furiously continued an entrance is a ticklish concern. In the beffianinj*

THe charge is made by the sordid and vain, of an equal height, and at least I cause of the < that the white men are efforts, notwith landing the his soars like the eagle,but sometimes. the P
h. i -who think nothing valuable but gold, nodi- a foot nearer the ground than is usual, I deceiving the ad that they intend bring strengthened b; the presence party of been escapes from the matrimonial balloon,and all

r:' ing honorable but titles, and that gaudy whereby the most valuable part of the timber : ing the Osagc herokees, Delawares,and who resid d with Dr. Hunt,a and gentleman who parties interested where :Uwy cannot pSt

l -' j. ribbons. are the proper recompense for is saved, besides all the after labor of Creeks, to m re them.' There is much had also been aised by Mrs. T.'g, go

'1. merit. No, gentlemen Republics are not squaring the end. The cost of the machineis excitement 1 now, and a fight must help; and it w s not until after cries for over a day. tW
:, >,' .'ungrateful, but they are judicious in the about ,fifty dollars; and it is believed that be had. Th< antry will leave in a dayor of two constables, and the arrival l "Notis to an Piteous to inform then
d 1" "choice 'of reward. They do not give 114- with it two men can fell as much timber i in two. as they entered!' the hearing their voices My wife has quit My Bed and Bond! *i I th fit

VetUtary honors to virtue and wbdoni, a given time as twenty can with the use" A party of n who were sent out to he desisted and fled.passage Had in front that enny Frovication whatever thairfore fi

,which may descend to folly and vice_ make a road, e not been heard from.I .- the house by the they approach.ed warn hours them *f harbring hur over twenty f. ilv><

(V -* 'They do not wring Its earnings from the PARDOX: or DE SOTO, THI PIRATE.- have no do; hat four or five tribes will have been arrested rear but, the negro would of the if dewJanuary thay due they must suffer the

r Bard hand of labor, that It'may be ]poured The reprieve of sixty davf, granted to this be engaged i inb difficulty. I am goingout and has not yet; been as,it was, he escaped the 61835."

out in pensions on the idle and unworthy, individual, expired on Tuesday; at 10 as Sutler he dragoons. 1 shall goon arrested.

They,donot. decorate with stare und span g. o'clock on tile morning of that day, the horseback h the officers of the In The immediate abolitionists An- Alabama states.in reCere- /

l' .. led garters-with ribbons and crosses and., Marsha), the Spanish Consul and someother fantry. It wl an interesting sight, if I Y. Star, hold luge caucus this, says the N. the Gubernatorial paper that the tee

-gewgaws, mn who if they have done: anything individuals entered his prison, andread do not get shcjd scalped. Major Mason, know where they meet. If their day-we. are eanvasy; he ftdD.
delibera not
r that may seem to have deserved: to him an absolute pardon by the President is under an orion charges preferred by tions shall result in an completed but as far u

'. these childish toys 'may afterwards prove ; )Madame De Soto was present and Lt Northrup. mpany D. left here five, to abandon their mischievous avowed determination Judge Clay U tour thousand votes

\\ unworthy of the decoration. But they much affected. The reprieve of Ruiz, who days since fotivenwortb, but a part orE we shall!} chronicle the event with objects, General Parsons..

: :J$: 'give a nobler, a higher recompense for service continues apparently insane, will expire on -, !'. K. are I now. Tia quite sickly. -if they are determined pleasure
= give their confidence.( The the lltb full to go on and keep The President of the United SUlef bJI&t'
4 they September.. Hospital Thermometer at 96 to up this excitement their
''II t ':. .. seal of their approbation is a prouder dis. [New York Com. Adr.Jtl l07.-N. Y tar own beads deed be on their turned Rip Raps.to. Washington from his rich i p

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STRIKE AMONG 'Hfi PWKT RS--Blow and PORTUGUESE PIRATES.- 'itytliree are authorised to mice the ?OP \ '
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strike, and a, blare, fi:,, .-:Vft> regret to an- of the persons who arrived at Norfolk on COL. JO//JV EN: S' Can LETTERS' NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS/ ,':|

Jounce that the Printers In this ',city have the 27th May, in the schr:.Boa Nova, from didate to represent the C t uf Duval in REMAINING in the Post Office at Jack
Brasses do Verds and the next Legislative for Terri. County, [on the 30th ,
(Cope ,) who Cou this
Iped the i mechanics in larger places, by de- were I June 1835-and if not taken out in three
arresteelon' tory
2d June, and imprisoned MayJl. months will be the
sent to
will not'vork over two they General Post .
that they
laring to await
their trial for piracy, left Norfolk Office Dead Letters. '
ours in. a day, and if the Editor and the under charge of the Deputy Marshall for I THE friends of ROB T JUGSLOW i as A M THERE will* be once a regular a week from conveyance St. Mary'for l

frinter's devil had, not, been unusually acIve the Richmond district, m the steun boat' the of him as 1 a Canute to represent James Arnow I James Z. Mattair, *leo., by Pablo to St. Augustine { leave St.

our paper would have apeared, as Col. Thomas Jefferson, for Richmond. The Council.County Duval,in th extLeg'ulativeJune I. Magdalean Arnow, Margaret Mattair, lary every Wednesday.at 2 o'clock, P.M, i t),

rocket would say, like a racoon's tail, "upde Court will convene on the 15th Nov. at Edward S. Aldrich.' Arthur McClusky, nd arrive at Pablo next day. .' '/if.
which Harbour B Thomas Mclntyre, Persons, who wish to avoid
Judge will preside. Pro. a night expo-
friends of SW!Ml EIGLIS
| down. bably a called Court will convene earlier.A THE by Dr.Egbut S. Barrows] William Me Whir, 2 ire on the water,will find very comfortable.
consent, announc im as a Candi-
William 11. Burntt 4W. Mr. Molt.William .
kcommodaUon Fernandina at Mr. A. '
: ,have heard that date to the Count 'Duval in the ,
AiREsT.We a foreigner represent J. Burritt, N piasj rand can leave Fernandina the, next ,
Las arrested and committed to the jail in St. project line is on foot in Charleston) to establish next Florida.Legislative Council fi he Terraorr: of John P. Brown, a.. Newell, lormngand arrive at Pablo the same day.- ,
a of steam packets Detwecn Elijah Blitch, William Norton hey can leave Pablo
Lgustine during the last week, for attempt- Charleston and Ilavana. every Friday morning
The Courier John F. Brown, Alen Y. Nicholl. 14 clock, and arrive at St. Augustine at U
[g to excite insurrection among the: blacks states that the Dolphin, Capt. Penioyer, is I! MR. HENRY HARTL1 nnounces him- Samuel Blair 0 M. same day ; leave St. Augustine every, .. *

n that place, ,and, examination, disclosed engaged, and will leave Charleston Ha- as a Candidate represeit the E Russell Ormand nday, and amve at Pablo tome day. *

hat several persons were engaged in the plot vanna via St. Augustine,Cape Flonda and Ccuncil County of for DuvaL this Territory.in the xt JLegiilative Stephen J. Eubank. W S.' Olmsted, 4. Passengers wishing to visit St. Augustine,
West on F ill be
there Key the 10th November next. P accommodated on reasonable term*.
i Florida, with the understanding that Mandarin, June 20. Cornelia C. Fitzpat- James Piles, re from St. Mary's by Pablo to St. Angus-

Las to be a general,rise in, all,the Southern We learn, says the Formington Courier rick George Pindarvis, t 91 $5. From St.; Augustine to Pablo $3.

tates.. He did not, state the time, or the ar- that the lion Joseph P. Fisk, 0 ?Wrentham -, TO THE CITIZENS/ F.'DUVAL. J. B. Fisher. Mary Price, here is also a'safe )boat which will tun

ngements but doubtless it 'is a part of the Mass:, has been appointed by. theresiden COUNT G Henry PageUp oice a week from Pablo to Jacksonville J and ,
Maria Greenleaf wUl and
; R. depart arrive to as to meet th.-maU
Ian revealed by JVlurrellr. which,'was to .be ritory. ,_Governor of the 7 Arkansas. Ter. I'UNDEU8TAND'lNG\l. : a ttrtdntme.nl'pOrts' ara in as Alexander Graham." ThomasItidgley;,' ''2 boktpn its return from St.;Mary's and the |

arried into effect itt December next.Alion. .- ,M >-._!_ K i Lighthouse Keeper: will interne with It I "" state as it'arrives from St. Augustine. Fare "
Col. Jan s' C. Terrell has in duties as representative of U [Count,my it Isaiah D.Hart. G M. E. tjaunte:: | n, from Pablo to Jacksonville $Sw"All far* to, *u.

Horace" Binney. of Philadelphia has of continued ill health, consequence elected, and that I should not i et J Lucy Shearnbn, be paid at Pablo. C, '
resigned Robert Pablo .
omplied with the,invitation of the City Au- seat in Congress from Georgia. the necessary leave of absenci o attend V Thomas Jones, S. Streeter, IlJ."TheMail boat ,will leave for St. <\ 'j
legislative duties,-I beg to to my old J. Jones, April Suarei\ Mary's every Tuesday and return on Thur- '. ;
is deliver t .
tiorities and to .an Eulogium one Elizabeth Jinking.' '
friends,for whose past and agent confidence : day. The stage leaves Pablo every Friday v> *
character. of the,lamented, Chief Justice II DEATIIS. in me, I entertain the 1st profound K Thomas Vernilva. for St. Augustine and returns on the succeeding *,
larshall.: The friends ,of the deceased can consideration, that if again estej! I will Kimmey. W; Sunday. ,. : Gm3 ,il.'
In Savants, on the 13th ult. of billious L Andrew Welh r \
them and thing, I
ot ask a more flattering tribute to the memory i fever Mr. A.ANSON NEWELL 240. serve ; every my power Bourbon L. Lowther. "
aged native shall be done for their welfar, If for the George,Wakman. JACKSONVILLE ,
of friend. than ,the' character of those of Greenfield, (Mass.) but for the last of attending the Legitlve Counil ISAIAH D.ILARTPrM.MAIL AND TALLAIIASSEE STAGE. $,t''ll\':
five resident of that leave ,
istinguished statesmen and eloquent orators years city.Seld6rq cannot bo obtained fn the proper '

ho have been selected, as his eulogists.Col. does it become necessary to record the death authority to be absent, (which b not an tic i- ARRANGEMENTS, ION .
m of one whose}irtues shone more'conspicuous I will 1 \
pate) resign my appointint as Light .
ROUTE NO. 2471.
than did thoseof Mr. N. Far from his friends
.,Washington, one of the Board of U. house Keeper.Your ,
and his ho.ni -he lived beloved and respected fellow citizen, VIA PABLO. '

I. Surveying Engineers, passed through'thiswn -and died limented by all who knew him. JOHN \RREN. Leave Si. Mary every Wednesdayit2. THE Public arc informed that. line or (

Monday last,with his corps of work- At McGirtl'a Creek. (St. Johns River,) Arrive' at Pablo every Thursday b/ 7 P. M. Tallahassee Barouches will run between
the 28th ult. Miss MARY HOBKIRK and Jacksonville, to'l leave this
nen, ,on his way to. Tallahassee' He has 49 on f aged $00 REWARI Leave Pablo every Friday, at 6A. I. place every Monday. ,
een employed for sometime' in laying out years. ... RANAWAY ftoJie subseri- Arrive LeaveJSt.at St. ustineeveryMondaytt5A.M.\ CFForty pounds baggage will be allowed,
her, about two nths since to each passenger,and lor greater weight .
ownships in the Territory. PASSENGERS Arrive at Pablo same G P. W., any ,
day by
his two negro fear, Georgeand ono cent per pound will be charged for
Per brig Iko,' for Boston, William Rider, John. ,Geo, 'a South Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A.M. ten mile I. .
QUICK PASSAGE.-The steamboat Emerald, lady, and two clildren, Messrs. II. PhilipsE. Carolinian born about 40 Arrive. St. Mary next day by 11 i.M. OFare through; each way, 25. + ,1 .

apt. Swartwout,made her trip on Sunday Rider, and Riv. Mr. Lynch. years old. theiddle size, VIA JACKSONVILLE. JAMES M. HARRIS. .

rom New .York to Albany, in ten- hours and well built, he tinmen so Leave St Mary every Saturday,. r:2 P. M.. Jacksonville, Jan. 14. 3tf ,'

brty-five minutes_ ,bringing 423 passengers MARINE JOURNAL. much that at tin it:. is difficult Arrive at Jacksonville next day byfiP. M. I I
to understand what he says Leave Jacksonville every Monday I 5 A.M. CONVEYANCE FROM '' "',

Wd learn with regret, that JOHN GRAY, Jr. PORT OF JACKS VILLE......SIPTEMBER 3. John, an African born, is alt 23 years Arrive at St. Augustine same day bIG P. M. JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.. It 'I,'

Ssq. Post 'Master at St., Augustine, died at old, middle size,stout fat,and every black Leave St. Augustine every Thumay, at.5 :', .
ARRIVED--31t, 'ult. steamer Florida. complexion.. Both jobbing carpe Those A. M. .
Charleston, S. C, cm the 22d ult. Hubbard, from Savannah. two negroes are probably ling in the I Arrive at Jacksonville same day b' G P. M. .;' ,"\, .

'CLEARED-28th ult. brig Iko,Weston, neighborhood ofWhitesvilfe,onick Creek, I Leave Jacksonville every Friday, ai/ 5 A. M. ; ,
, Extract of a letter from a young man in for Boston. Duval County'E.' F., where thhave\ their Arrive'At St Mary next day by X T. M. 'Subscriber will run good Barouche I

taltimqre to his brother in this place, dated 2d inst. steamer_ Florida,.Hubbard, for St. wives. George at Mr. S.,Y. Gale and. John CROSS ROUTE:-VIA ST. Jons' 3Lurr. THE, good Hone from Jacksonville to '

'BALTIMORE, August 2. Mary's. at Mr.'Brown e; Leave Pablo every Friday, at 6 A. )t. St. Augustine, once a week ; to leave thi*,* \" ,'

The' mob assembled again last night to The above reward i, will bed'l1y Mr. Arrive Leave Jacksonville at Jacksonville same day bj 12 M.M. place every Monday morning, and arnve in 't\'lj t
same day,at If. St. Augustine on the evening of the
NEW STORE. Francis Gue Merchant in St.'iffustine: same day.
he number of about 2000 to tear 1Ii.ohnson' "'
Arrive at Pablo came day by 7 P. M. will leave -j j
Subscriber has returned from thirty dollars on the delivery the .Jail of Returning- St Augustine on, o"
of ;
house down but the Troop just, ISAIAH D. IIART'P. M.
Wednesday and arrive
morning this
said city of each of said negroesesides the at place ,
York with .
[oree and the Police guarded it so that a' reasonable incurred 'A ing them Jacksonville July 31st. }t3S:! : .' on the evening of the. same day. ,"'f" '

heyjcnulcl".not get :to.it. Jlavveyer, they GENERAL. ASSQRTMEffT,QF )pRY. there;or on'expenses the delivenrto'Iwhsoh] lent I -\ -- t IQ'Fol1.1. pounds ag'I.lILwm'b&.aUaw"d,. ,
nade a rush, nod'the Tropp fired on them, ,GOODS, GROCERIES,'fyc./ to receive them at any place r,ley may RAIL ROAD:NOTXLir( touch passenger,and for aDllreatet'.fr11t vt '

tilled 'seven and wounded thirteen.. Two I And respectfully solicits the patronage of his be secured with the proper inrma:on given one cent per pound,will be charged. fbr every s

fthe' killed were merely spectators like former friends. and customers. to that effect to the said F*cia}ue. ten- mll .. :: l

'''iclf j one of them, a shoe-maker, fell ADIN WATERMAN., M. DE GIRES. 11pFireeachway$5. \ ..;,. -
vithin' feet of with shot in II. II. PHILIPS., ,
me, seven Jacksonville, Aug.;20. 4v31 St. Augustine,July 1st 183J29 Commissioner Jacksonville Feb. 2. tiff .. '
lira, nearly all in the breast. You may be ,, THE undersigned !give no t .,
that pursuant, to the Ac( entitled
I started after that. The mob then
ure FOR SALE. NOTICE An Act to amend an Act to incorporate the DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, &CV "

vent to the house of Mr. Glenn and broke A VALUABLE COTTON PLARTATIOX, pleasantly JS hereby given, that the BoJL a foi reeeiv- FLORIDA PXIUIUULA AND JACKIORVII: LK; RAILROAD WIIOLXIALK: AND RCTAIL '1,; t 1\1:\
very thing in it, demolished the house, situated/and healthy) on the St. COIllUNT rovedFebruar 1835
ing subscriptions to the cai l I stoic of the J5' ,, Subscriber hand
trewed the surniture all over the streets, Johns' river, in Duval coun.tyFlorila1 four "SOUTHERN LIFEJVSIRYCS AND that the Books will be again opene at Jack. THE offer for sale*keep constantly on .' ;it

cut the beds open,and in short,every thing I miles above the ''growing town of :'ackson- TRUST COMPANY," will b pend at the sonville, at the store of 1. D. Hart, Biyitreet, they can be had at ,store on U in'good Florida terms the U' ;.

that was in the house war destroyed. To ville; containing 500 acres, of which one half office of Thomas Douglas, Efin be Cityof on the 4th day of May, and contin e' open following article, vis any i 't.
fight; there is a large mob assembled.while' (250 acres) is good planting, land\ u a com- St. Augustine, on the sec da' of November until the lit day of August next t receive .I
I am writing, threatening the Mayor, and pact body'and under fence; It {us a good next, at 10 o'clock, M.'nd will subscription for stock to carry.Lid Rail Road DRY GOODS. ," ',:;
[ do not know what will be the conse welling House,with all the other necessary be kept open from time to ti by idiourn3ck into execution. Broadcloth, Cuilmerei, BattinetU, and ;I;

uence.' buildings required on a Plantation Those ment, until the whole of the shall be By the 8th Section ofthi.am.ndatory'Act, Negro Cloth, lreeni red,and white Flannel
who wish to purchase, can' call 'oi JOSIAII da bleached, and lulaidHomespun. .
subscribed ; not exceeding tl ;* the subscriber for stock here'afore taken, ,
"P. S. Monday' morning discloses' a GATES, who is on the 'place"and will aid LOT CLARK have a prior right to subscribe For the tame ., Calicoes, '&mbric., Muslin,

scene of destruction almost indescribable. them in an examination of the premises. ROBERT RAYJ (D IEID, amount of Stock.on the New B ok- Silks, Glove., Holsery,.Ac. &., 'i
The mob demolished five houses last night They: will have a view of the present crop, THOMAS DOU AS. ISAIAH HART, HARDWARE ..: .

and burnt the furniture in the streets, including and from him,or the subscriber at s.Mary I, C< niasimer JAMES DILL, box Stove Brass-and ,: .
Cooking, parlorand ,
that of the Mayor.'who has resigned Georgia. may -obtain the terms of scle. June'2d, 183:). 23 /f. J. MILLS, common Fire Setts. Lamps, and CandleStick ,,

lis office, and the city is completely at the \VHIPPLE ALERICH. STEPHEN EDDY *, Percussion Cap*, Gun, broad.and.
of the mob. The shot I Jacksonville, Aug.: 17. Iw31 NOTICE. JOS. D.LAJ"CASTL R.
mercy 1Iayorwas narrow Axes, Adze, Hatchets, Hammers., : .
last night in the leg, by a pistol ball. The' NOTICE. BY An act passed by the L lalile'Coun Jacksonville, March 31, 1835. 14 Auger, Shovels, Door-latches, .Butts. and ?

pars are afraid to'publish any,thing. of this Territory, atL la* session Screws. ,dec. &c *''/. k Y y

fhere are about 15000 assembled on the CLERK'S OFFICE-DDVAL COWTT; 7 and approved by the Gove r, Fib. 14th, 20,000 LBS. OF' BLACK MOSS FURNITURE., ';/l,
ommons while I am' God knows Jacksonville, August 3d, lE35.ALL 5 1835, the Subscriber were Lointd Commissioners
,writing. : WANTED.TUJ1 Softy, and Couches, work, card, toilet and a
where ft will end." persons having any deeds or other to open Book a) rective sub- Table .,
dining GU ,
Subscriber will e the above Washstand. Looking -
of writing tube recorded, cription for the stock of a Ilk tobe located .
of Black Doss, if-delivered in see, Bedstead, &c. &,., ,.1, ', IS
will please leave the money for recording the in this'' Town, to be calf Till; BANK "
NEW YORK, August 18.: same also-otherwise the deeds or other instruments OF JACKSONVILLE.In Savannah previous to lit I October' in largeor GROCERIES &, PROVISIONS., .,,1< .

A DUEL 'NOT EXPECTED.-Paymaster will not be placed upon record until pursuance of 'which L Subscriber small quantitie 'J W MORRELL.- Coffe. Tea loaf and brown Sugar, Bottle1 :

General Towson, has announced his arri- the fees is paid. hereby give notice, that thJooks for Subscription I ClderChampalrn., Claret, Port, and Shiny '. i+: .. .,,'

val in this city, and his intended stay at the Persons having papers of any kind already for the tock jn *(fBank,:will be Savannah,.June: 17. 4w27 Wines' Spice Corn Soap Pilot Lamp Oil, Tobacco andPrkCodfish t .'.

National Hotel;until the departure of the recorded, will please call and pay for them, opened in this Town, at th unting-Room Flour Rico Bread Beef v. r;' ;
s* the work is done, and I want my pay. of Messrs. Blanchard & ler, corner/of NOTICE. Mackerel, Salt,fl.b, Potaloea. *
Frigate constitution. The columns of correspondence and lo'Uock AM. subscriber will hold Jostice' Court Batter, and Cheese, &c. &*. i,. *
ISAIAH D. HART, Clerk Bay Liberty itreeta; at TIIE a H .1-,,!
are published in the Times on the fourth day of May n ..1W. the Office of O. M. Dorman,'E.q.ln| -ALSO .' f' .
American between ,Commodore Elliot Jacksonviller Aug.3. 2'Jtt"R.D. .J. MILVJLLJAJ Jacksonville, on the last Saturday each Drug*, M.dicin.l. and PalatAfVarietjr .
and Col. ,Towson m which it appears \ ( pfR.' month. la my absence, any business left of Crockery and ulaN ,Ware. Hooks'and #
that the.latter gentleman at least is determined : GREGORY,- STEPHENrDY.ISAIAH with Mr. Dorman, will be punctually attend Stationary! a large assortment'of.. White., .* ,
to fight, if he can get the Commo- Attorney and CmaueUtr at Law.HAS ART..iIw.erl.. ed to. STEPHEN EDDY, Pub, and Black Hats, CapBoot; and

ore's courage up to ,that honorable point. opened an office in Jacksonville, for Justice of the Peace. tfioes-together with a variety c(,oilier .,- 'i"I. .

However couragious it may be to settle j Practice of the Lay, in the several Jacksonville, E. F. April'' 1635. I June 3. 23tf tile*. ,' I

matters by single combat, and however fatal Courts of Duval and of the Adjoining coun BLANCHARD & RIDER. '
B.OT .
NOTICE. Jacksonville, Jan. 1,1
encounters of this kind often terminate, ties. FOR SAL

there appears to be a prevailing sentiment, He pi edges himself, that ill business entrusted Copper Still;neame*; one con ALL person* are cautioned aintt taking : N. B.-Cash paid (or Cotton.- Hide, _. {,
that the Commodore would depart with his to his care, shall receive prompt and TWO two hundredallon, with a Note of band,drawn in favor of Isaiah Horn, Tallow, Deerskins, Fun. rf' ...wu' ,. ......;..
wooden head, without the least injury being diligent'attention. heater of the same capaclttbt other con D, Hart, for one hundred and five dollars, Hou, Orange Peel, 11 c. '- .

done to either., Even Police officersdo Jacksonville, July 15,183&, 29tf taining fifty gallon, vhichMl; be dipoe4 October payable thirty eighteenth day,after one thousand date, bearing eight hun date 1 'B. &, R. 't.

not deem it to bind the of at term advantageous to purchaser. .
necessary over \< 0
dred and thirtv-foar, and signed by Elijah R. WANTED. ':1 ; "jf
Parties to preserve the peace of the 'city STORE TO LET.TIIE For further particulan iire of Oi BCD.I9GT09 Tucker and Thorn Suarez, M I intend a small family a good sass,.who an- ', .

from being disturbed.-[Daily Advertiser. STORE .aJ MA DAW. rep E q. White.nl1e. c4.&hi.. office. never to pay said Note. dentand cooking. For such ao one, the .
occupied by E. A, Co. Jacksonville, May'6. 19tt THOMAS SUAREZ. highest wage will be given, if application )

HU, Esq. will be rented on fair Jacksonville, July 4, 183:). 2w27 U mad immediately. *
ROBBERY AT SARATOGA. -A gentleman terms. It ir a good stand hi business, and NOTIC Inquire at this of&..

from Saratoga, informs us, says the United possession can be badimmedately. now Ilr.Thomma well it- July 2. 27tf
having de d* against the \JfTELL. try ______
States ,Gazette, that while a wealthy gen. Apply to C. READ, near the premises. ALL person. of Mr*. CLE.7L\'E UAV. VV the longest stick nock down the aim. e

ueman from the south, was standing in :Mandarin, August 3, 1835 29tf TIER, dee. will present th.;wp/ aUe.ed **- mon*. I. D. HART.. FIELD HANDS WANTED.
front of one of the Hotels, a stranger came and all person indebtP said Estate, Jacksonville, Aug. 6, 1835. 20tTB TWELVE Dollars a mOuth will be.paid,
uPi and laying his hand gently upon the NOTICE. will nuke immediate p yd to ,for five or six gooi ITtiU 114'4', '

shoulder of the gentleman, asked a civil hold Court at the ROSS. LANKB of.all description footed at and Fifteen Dollar*, for Gtoa Ptfugkme*.

iwwion in reference to a stage which was I WILL Court-house a in Magistrate Jacksonville, on the Sea Jacksonville, July 25, If 2)tfDR. at this Office, at short.notice. May u. JOSHUA. 111CKMAN.2w30 '. e

Preparing to start from the hotel, which end Satwdatfin each month,it 10 o'clock, A. or:: A lao, Job Work in a handsome etyle, I
was civilly answered, and the 'stranger M In my absence, any bu4neu left, with CHARLES JYT offers fcls and on reasonable term, STODART CURRIER, 'h '
thanked him and retired.-Shortly after Donnan will be'punctually at.S ( ,! eervieeshe inhabitants rind
0.)1. 'Esq.
the gentleman missed his pocket book STREETER of Jacksonville and thisUoo of Florida, e/ Justice Blank*-Deed*-Bif!* of tading LITHOaRAPIIERS Xu.osa.rurc "
con- .
Ended to :soauaae.
*oNo. 4.a
of the Stu'eDfJ mad -ManifeiU, &*. constantly fit wle at -or
Justice u a Phi
wg 6600' in cash and of Pewee '
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young FLORIDA. THE having
l\ISCELLAN EOU8. much inMove with young Irish officer; THE Subs ;er has on hand, and Southern Agriculturalist from purcLw ih iu

but that false delicacy which prevails a- sale,peasonable termsthe; Editor and proprietor Mf John D. L *u

' : [From the National InUlligencer. i mong the female sex, would not permither ing article, ftY .... n solicits the of support of the friends or Agn.
ture'and the
: disclose her However her GOODS.BrotdclothiSattinetts I interests connected
Thoso of,our readers who entertain n, to passion. the win i
throughout Southern
for every, thing mercenajry attentions were unremitted, and she was Negro j UUBBARD this States. He I ,
proper contempt CAPT. i I' work for Mr.
the wihr lavish in compliments when opportunitywould white and Flannels, bleached from
sexes ib
the between yew I
,m commerce But the officer was a delicate heck' plaid run once.a week from commencement, in the year 1828 and heI '
following jeu f esprit permit. h
relish the Calico Darien St. thus practically the
Gloves at with
keenly Linens ,ti Picolats, touching acquainted
and in those mat Sill modes
scandalou ,
late man
the } unexperienced which it should
prompted no doubt by and Mandarm be conducted.
ack80nV1l1e Its
j '.I verdict, by a New York jury, in favor of\\ ters: he was therefore unconscious of her ;I Gingbims, Ctbrics, Silk &c.Hdk'fs. R. & W. KING, tion will be continued on the same nubbin

,t.;'' man who sued a female for damages for meaning and it remained for the young zettes,OznabUl, Burlaps, I Agents at Savannah. I in the same manner as heretofore with tennaaad,

: lady cither to be more explicit;or continuein UARD 'v-.aE, AND improvernenU as
promise experience
breach of a marriage \ All slave may 8U r
L'f. I all the torture of The former Lams Carpsticks Guns Axes, payable by shippers. As the subscriber is
S.. From the.NewYorkEvemng Star.] I, suspense. be cleared at the, Custom- solicitous to nuke glhiJ
/.' [ being her choice, she availed herself of a AugursDoor Bolts, Knob must Journal the vehicle for dissemminating uKfJ

k; NOTICE TO ALL,WHOM IT MAY CONCER iob circumstance which happened. There butts, I!crewsrass Knobs,Hoes,Sad J for St. Augustine, m. rea d.- information, not only with regard to eet .
f' The subscriber being about to enter were fowles and a scarcity of plates, so the Pad-' ill-CH Trunk-Gun- ances lished systems of husbandry, but also
matrimonial engagements with AlissSmi i Brass ( .1' youn'g lady taking notice of and resolvingto and Horsed d
it act of prudendun J .1't Knob latches'owder Flasks Pocket 1.. 183.. ture he invites free
t: of this city, considers an seize tho present happy moment, turned and unrestricted conun.1;
to himself) to endeavor,previous to tl ) about, and with an expressive look, said, I yards, Bed Ke and Screws, Chest nication from\gall persons, occupied in thr
finale of that interesting event, to ascerta i sir bones with mint." The Cork crews land and cross cut ; DON 'STE. A.MBO.AT ursuits. Let,no one imagine that eoliUnl d
Pray, lay
thereby i- your Knive and Iii, Brittania-Plated COMPANY. facts or isolated experiments
the amount of,liability hd may officer took the hint and cclairerissement are too trivialkl
an and T Iron Squares, Pocket be communicated' e
her s t4- a SPOOl All
a Miss Smith from systematic knotf,
cur, as I Ii took place that evening. Knives, Braces, : edge is but the'
: Btantial attractions, has for some years p: ;t passes Dram aggregate humble panes
investm t Chisel >, lars ; ;and Science,' in .every s
desirable department
been considered "a HARD LIVING."-We bave it from rr ul
i good & ;; brought to perfection,not
and attention of speculators GROCJSBES _:: :::: < through the instrumentality ,
for the time -
;' authority that there lives an .old bachelorin Te )'poaf\ and '''Brown method of of a single extraordinary; mind
all those Coffee, take tMl bntl
Ho, therefore,earnestly requests the of New York tfbo is rich above company
city, very faderia-Claret by the ..contritfution of particulars br mu\\
n'r have
'//'i' rejected young gentlemen, who may hove and in which he Chamy4ig { the publicthat' they individuals; and
: store employstwo 'generally after
keeps'a N. Rum the
Wine E.
Spices *
Mal theiftlACON lapse
Miss Smith for I bail of two Steamboats! I of
legal claims against clerks These clerk's salary he pays }fin Ilol id Gin many years; he is desirous, therefore
and stationary can/ : Brandy, Soap, which boats are o-run regu toys?
t time criished hopes-postage and all,other by allowing them extra privileges in the co/Four, C fa, Rice, Pilot Bread, Darien and 'Maopn, leaving as many facts to record as can be furnished;
:" -blighted affections, store. ty is so darn'd close that he sleepsin Crackers, Codfish, once week with two tow boats. ,. and from the planter, ,who is systematic i hi;
which every
r reasonable items'and charges, mayS the sure upon the bare counter. His Putter; Figs, Almonds, will draw only pG inches of his experimental labors, an account'of li?

have arisen in the course of an unsuccessful meals co sist of two pennies'worth of dried sons, Bl.tPork' Bologna with two good engines in each. The I failures as well a his successful, efforts, tHl

, ; wooing, to present 'them forthwith for apples ft breakfast, eaten dry and without | Onions, & : < have been at; great exp nse to place be acceptable. If the last are worthy of betel S,
recorded that
under oath they be imitated
attested '
settlement-properly drink ; fir dinner be drinks a quart of water of steamboats in the .0 mulgee and should may the filiI
be noted
affirmation when he will apply a9 much Drugs an edicines, Paints in order to be shunned!
to BW 11 the apples, and for supper:ents and riverswould respectfully solicit
,balsam to their wounded feelings as.one. or and drin nothing the" round. and Glass \V Powder 'and Shot, of the public. This line will' fellow The subscriber hopes that this appeal loll
year Boots and |at of articles citizens of the South, will not be in
two thousand dollars will furnish. This i but little better board than the a./ variety facility for merchan who wish to vain. It would be

I: All communications to the address of Dutchm i got; when apprentice to the tai merous to, mt on.HARDY H., goods by; the way of avannah or to meet the fate of the a reproach Southern to Review.our Flanten Of

tho subscriber through either the Post or le who had breakfast to Hawkinsville and Macon or in the last it be said b
tn that
loring never justly it
any was iuf.
Star office, will be promptly attended to, N. B.-CA paid for Cotton, Hides, Cotton to Savann Arrange- fered to fall when it t
hiri for dinner he'd flog- was not
given get a good only rearing for
Tall Furs Beeswax Moss
considered strictlycoufidential.. Hut Skins have been made to forward cotton or
and ging, andover that which was left iL us a well merited fame as a literary people, a
supper horns, &c.Jacksonvil. H. without detention betw en Savannah
of the aforesaid gentlemen :.specula but it
irony from dinner warmed over again. lie was also vindicating the Southern bab-
I Jan. IS, 1835. I ,
tors wish for so very enviable! notoriety, would hate almost starved, had it not been or wi| be spared to its, from the unjust aspersions 'which ban
f' the subscriber is so anxIous to make every expense been liberally bestowed
so out
for the callage.for tw GOODS. to oods upon cm 1
greatest despatch or cotton
his for their irreparn- section of The Southern
in country.
I reparation power Agriculturalist"
Subdber this line. J
has for sale the by
ble loss that he will at his own expense TIlE in some measure supplies the
A roamed in :Maine sued ;
' i,:. the world their tate of wo." couple mutu- } erchandise. for the above boats / place of,the Southern, Review, so far as regards i
\ publish 'VILUUIVIBEACRE, ally, a start time' since for divorce. One .Superior <&ty Blankets from ;$4 BALDWIN & CO.avannah. the circumstances last 'alluded to. It
of the grounds, on which the husband $a 50 per pan serves as a Register not of methods
f. only of
f.f. No. 3, Bachelor's Terrace, Maiden Lane. for that 'his wife A cloth :;71.2c. GODDARD & Co. Mon.
; prayed a separation was. good qufy Negro & CbLtius Darien. Husbandry, but also of facts. relating to cut
r' ... -: ,; ?*"J. emoked-4that she smoked'day'and night, Irish Linenm 50 c to $1.00. E. &.. B. DZLENO ,Charleston. system of Slavery., The subjects of the den-
and farther that she smoked before .Best plaid ?yds. for $ nine the '
'- SCANDAL-a.fragmenl.-"There are people ; marriage espuns 1834. 1 ; treatment, the characters of GUI
R;. continued the 'corporal, "who can't bit concealed the habit from him 3-4 Home is unbleached lOc per Slaves, are fairly suited to its pages, id

.- even breathe without slandering a neigh until after their union. The wife on her Superior fa r stripes 18 3-4c.' LAND AT ST. PABLO constitute topics as interesting and important
bor." side, put,in a cross plea that her husband Silk h'dkf: >m 50c to $150, as any which can engage either'our own attention
4-4 unble d 13c FOR SALE.
You judge too severely," replied my chewed tobacco, and not only chewed tobacco Shirting per or the attention of those abroad,\vho
r the piece or 'da for one dollar by
onions. dissatis- Subscriber offers for sale for cash, or feel a legitimate interest in'our concerns
docs but Causes of
slandered who ate
aunt I'rudy, no one b hed from 13c to 25c
Shirting pr rime Negroes The subscriber begs leave in conclusion
or ,
good acceptances ;:
L 'not deserve it." faction BO] strong, added to divers others Fancy Are nd furniture.. calicoes tract of tine Live Oak' ham to remark, that if he had not undertaken tol

\' J.. ,, "That may be," retorted' tho corporal, mutually fledged and proven'weredeemed 13c to 25c pc ird by the piece, land.on St.!Pablo Creek bounded as continue' the publication of this Periodical,ill

"but I have heard'very slight things'said sufficlebt by tho'court' and the disgusted SattinetU' a 87 l-2c to $125 viz :-on the West by !Pablo Creek, most probably, would have been either re-l

;l of)/ou."' couple were allowed to separate and Superfine h $4 50 per yard, 'North by Winslow,Foster's land, on moved from our,'city, or bg en, suspended.
'Tho face of mv'aunt kindled with anger. enjoy;apoif- their delicate propensities.' White an ed flannels from 371. and South by lands of Cornelius Whether it will be in his power to continue i it,

",Me f she' exclaimed, me!;slight things r [Georgia Constitutionalist., G21-2cperjl containing two hundred 'and thirty will ''depend not only on, the Pecuniary but
said of.me/-what can any body say of Bed Uckin rom'183-4c to 25c per acres. For particulars apply to the Literary Contributions of Southern'Pluters. -

.me r ,1I0ME. -Let'' no man ever think of happiness Musquit ing,good quality $125 I. D. HART, or'' He,confidently now leaves this matter
... '. "They sajr.answered the.conoral crave-- distinct from tba l.appin.'manf.hia .; | ALSO r. ", JAMES'.D.t LL. in their hands, feeling a full assurance tk
and drawing ,bis words to. keep home /Tlie gayest'''must'have their lan A'good i! rtment of fancy belt Jan. 22. 4tf there is wanting on the part of our Planter,
: better shirt buvti ilk-sewing silk-ball !
| ana hours. The busiest neither the liberality nor mental energies
"that that-you are no solitary I nt-j
a; suspense, relax spool thr.a( writing paper superior i '
the Southern I
k their'la and there must be NOTICE. cessaryto Agricultural
to bo. must or, '
than ought ladies wlite horn and
\ you ose- wood .. "
; "A. E. MILLER Publisher.
the of some retreat for them where seek indebted to the subscriber ,
aunt. they
I4' Fury flashed from eyes my may silk and to n 'umbrellas-and a persons Charleston S. Dec
1 1834. .
!t' Who are the wretches ?" refreshment\ from their'cares, and collect Bornmen.io. '. )er by Note or Book acc.ount. are ret Persons ,
desirous of
;, "I hope they slander no ono.who docs the spiritx that disappointments so frequently AMD MEDICWES. o settle the same without delay; and I to W.. WILLIAMS subscribing'Savannah at apply tb|

'" not deserve it, remarked! the:corporal jeeringly depress. They who live the most, for } articles are of the best will be given at.my store after the office. ', or 8 |
tho still live for the but in sold for small ch.HARDY H. PHILIPS.
., as she left the room. public }public a ty Jack'so'S a
\' ,, The feelings of'my aunt may well be small! pat ; 'and they are apt to find the nville, March 3. lOtf BOSTON PEARL AND LITER
conceived. She was sensibly! injured.: public fervice a heavy burthen which JOHN W; THE GAZETTE.-Volume Founi.

True she hod her foibles. 'She was peevish greater encouragement than that of,ambition Jan. 22. 4tfCABIr' ORANGE' STICKS. .Published every week, by

l and fretful l ; but she wasrigidly; moral mutt furnish the strength to support will be paid for One Hundred Or- ISAAC CPRAYJun.The .

and virtuous. The purest ice was not UnNITUItE;'V Sticks of various sizes, on delive- work will 'published weekly,sub>

"more chaste. The pope himself could not We, l learn from one of the Tennessee HOUSE. pm office, immediately. March 5., number containing eight large, quarto ]Rage

( boast more of piety. Conscious of the correctness papers, Crockett,a few days SAME ? COOKE No. 100, -equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of miscellaneous
f. of her conduct she was wounded ago was addressing the people in Wesley, t offers for sale every, GFEAT NATIONAL WORK. and original matter, printed on wpe-

P.r;'1 at the remark of the corporal. Why should a pert politic l opponent with the view of quality crj is-Sideboard lOAN MAGAZINE nor white paper title with perfectly ,type.viU Ahandsome

E, her neighbors slander her? She could notI confounding pirn, handed him a coonskin' Book Chair..f Cue Tables of all tnd Entertaining Knowledge,to be il- be furnished, and page the and work'correct at the index end of the>
conjecture; asking himinstead i lilt was good fir. The speaker, post lust ed by numerous Engravings
French led ds of Mahogany and year; will form an excellently'printedrolueneof
Let my aunt bo consoled. A person of fly; ig into a passion, deliberate- Hair andM- Mattrasses-Feather TIldBOSTOJf BEWICK COMPANY. four' hundred and sixteen pages,,equal to
live 'this world without suffering ly took the s i in, blew it examined it and '
; who can in L Looking|G es-Carpets-and a access which has attended the publication three thousand duodecimo pages.
.: slanderj. must bo too stupid or insignificant turning to tli owner; drily remarked :- sortmentlf. \\ ry thing necessary to '' of the best Magazines from the The volume will contain twenty-six piece'

to claim 'attention.CoNsOx UNoaiotgood; fir : my dogs wouldn't a house. P ess, has led'to preparations for is- of music for the Piano Forte, &c. equal a

., run such a c ton nor bark at a man that teas April iL] a periodical more particularly; adapted one hundred of common sheet music, wbry

'., \TIO -While General Greene fool enough to carry 'such a skin." Tbe.poor I wars and taste'of the American pub could not be purchased separately for 1"

tl .;: of Rhode Island, was independent of all fellow unk:away and has not been. SUG'AIMILL, FOR Whi* it will be the object of the pro than five dollars; and the publisher ii determined '

parties, he bad a capital knock of soothing beard of since.-[Louisville Journal.A I A GR ItARGAlN is offered, tojmake the work strictly 'what its to procure,the'simple rather than tb'cornplex

t the disappointment of beaten candidates, sale fyfNew( Sugar Mill, from }tes, it will,nevertheless, contain and difficult. ,
Point Fot id diameter of Centre of interest to its Although the no depen-
nod on such occasions used to tell a favor- gentlem n who married a lackadaisical patrons, which publisher places
t ite story, in a stylo of inimitable humor, young la y, was visited soon after by two feet two!d t a half inches,and two foreign[ Magazine. dance whatever, in the support of it,as literary >
ones, one fo ten and one-fourth a preparations have been from its yet there
which reconciled every body to the loss of an old friend! The lady,after enlarging in 'entered paper, engravings,
with Iron co] &c also both jwith 'Artists and Authors be from copper
points, as a to fur presented occasionally, plates .
of its an animated train the of
office We can give nothing spirit, upon pleasures bad
1 film all
.1 Kettles noted Foundry in from parts of the Union, drawings and wood of beautiful workmanship an
ad outline. A field slave in the London, had retired for the, night, when beaatifu111engraved
tit merely known by nei of the Carran Foundry $ ofevery subject interest, ish. Already: have appeared a
South, to whom meat was a rare blessing his old friend exclaimed, "Why, Jack, nnted ana p f, u malleable Iron. the publishers confidantly believe will portrait of-James Fenimore COOP,

one dot found in his trap n plump rabbit. your wife is r pensive as she used to be." pacity of the knd Kettle is three them to issue a work honorable to its executed on steel, and'a chaste vignette tide

lie took him out alive, held him under his To which the other replied with a shrug, gallons, and loportioned, or acceptable,to the American People. page,engraved on copper. "

arm, patted him, and began to speculate "N&,she has.,.left, that ,off she is now expensive sixty,gallons!leing four to the set; American Magazine is published Its contents will be various and spriteo, '.|

on his qualities.. 0 bow fat! berry fat I ,," which.with!'(ders. Vats, and a -each humber- containing---- i--. hat--0&*,,*,... there will be'a 2e.nezal'r.eOl :.
; the fattest IebberEdid see I-Let see, how"' : contain thirtvt leads of Syrupy. d t\rJlUpUial oeUvo-pages'Two ce6StatiaticaObituary notices,-&c. ojv1*
( l'co \t-i.uri. 1 'rOast him. 'No, be eo ftt Am it' ;SHWi.:>ttB<-*-On 'Joeert.Mat-1 diepoeoa.oor h 1 OTorshofUy, for per an urn, payable in advance. addition to the Tales,Legends,Essays,Tr -

lose aU he I fry him, Ab, yes, hfro' thews, ',down East,' who I twenty.fivepe\c below cost. comprise Portraits and Biographical elling, Literary Fugitive and Hidoria'Sketches
t 'grease A ,line directt to E. B. COX on of die making u
I* fat he fry himself golly I ho spouse, 'in due,form of law, was induced gushed Americans; Views Biography, Poetry, &c.
; berry ; the Plantation: Mel h County, Build Monuments for and for the boar
Lei I won't him I to publish following.- Whereas my ngs and im elegant paper the parlor |
fat he I No fry stem lit
Manager,)will I tended to. La of contribution.ill
; dscape polite literature
,' of the wife Irena, like Noah's dove, bas returnedto scenery-the bound. as
made him. the thought forget himself savory and stev 1 it mv bed, and behaves as a pleasant wife, March 12. variety an beauty of Which, in this secured from some of the roost popular Ama
negro will i an unceasing rican authors.
this therefore to revoke former advertisement source of in-
the feast in his is, iny eon''
spreading out imaginationk 1 .' TREASUBR'S I and gr tification; Engraving and The work will be printed as well,an?
< Ins relaxed when off hopped the raW of t ie character lain uo<>
arm habits, &c. ,of as much reading matter as any
k bit, and squatting at a goodly distance, bra swim should THE RER'S OFFICE, I Beasts, F shes, and Insects, together quarto paper now published in the Vaud
ti,: eyed his late owner with great composure. ADVICE.They who cannot TaUahassT larch 8th, 1835. every subj ct connected with the Geo States; and it can safely and truly be calbd
:H, The negro knew there was an end of the be contented with wading in the shallows ; >Y an act pas 21t November, 1 History Natural and Artificial re. the cheapest journal of the kind..
r" matter, and summoning all his philosophy they who can, may take to the deep water, JL3 is provide' all Bonds of the cory,illustrated in a familiar TFRMS-Three dollars per annum, &I th
fv ..I ho thus addressed the rabbit shaking his no matter how deep, so it be clear. But Auctioneers,aha p forwarded by the popular mar ner. paper is firmly established be paid ia *

<" fist at him ell the time. "You long-eared, let no one dive in the mud; of the County ( t to the Treasurer 1, Bolos wici Company: vance. Two dollars for six months, to b0
Territory of Flo [ and thataU 47, Court treet. paid in advance.
bite-whiskered, red-eyed son of a gun, Whenever think shall quarterly ii h 1
'thing Boston
all noder you speak any year Editors of Newspapers 1834.
fat after r' : throughout the
[ you no so the lit of Janus ransmit to the -
and ,
well what -
narrowlr vou sneak. ..\U10 will publish the
Boston Free Press foregoing
'... ..' [ 1 of whom you sneak', and to whom you under of all sale oath effect, take L-fore him some Judge, and!!notice the contents of the JOHN A. SILLOWAY,

i TOLEIUBLT Touou.-A man was say. speak, lest you bring yourself into great and at what tim place, with, and the for first from volutte.f m6 to time.thaU be entitled Real Ltat..d Merchandize tinier, 1l" '
I jpg| in company, that he bad seen a juggler 1 the Mme.was m Now, all A e Exchange-street, Boston, Mass-'and bt

place a ladder in open ground upon one NEVER SATISFIED.The fire is never are required to liotice of said' person remitting the Agent, by mail, WILL attend to the selling\ part :.l
\ paid Ten! Dollars Real Estate, every
and mount it through the conform to it, or I* upon their shall receive six
end by passing
I satisfied with wood, the ocean with rit'frl, for one year and continued United States. People desirous of ezsr
be instituted. J
s of the as long
and stand the erect. An. I County aaotbt1
upon top death with_ mankind, nor a coquette with are requested t ut delay to money regularly forwarded. ing from: one part or the Union to .
other who was present, said he had no ? '
iorrr correct
can always InforJDaUo'dapplying
TI properly certified! approve the liberal will be receive '
price paid for
: doubt of it, as he had seen a man who had : appropriate at his office- He will receive 4
Auctioneers in1 articles
'done the tome thing, but with the addition Lord Kelley had a remarkable red face. lO8IelSlon.IARLES of written national or drawings illus-. for various kinds of Merchandize, de"'au

when be had arrived at the he One solicited him to look subjectspoa'e in at Union. Communi ,
i that top>,.> day foote over Treuurer o: Territory of Subscriptions received at this office any part of the 't
I pilled the ladder up after him! his garden wall to ripen his melons. .25, 1834 ., 1 addressed to. to him will be promptly Jan. ljr Ut5""



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