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: November 26, 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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.J I.J ,, I TllB INFLUENCE OF THfi. $**IER\CAtf'j' REVO1 --! day." Tho many instances ,,wlich appeared average product of half n pound off! Ik ton successively!' until n sufficient thickness is : it

1 PUBLISHED ONCE A W'EK BY ItTIOtf UPON THE IICMAN. ll" DT.* after that memorable battle,1 soldiers tree. .This company has also'man ifucturcil obtained Twenty-five or thirty conts aro
BEHJAMIH'RVSUL who were found among tho shin without a considerable) quantity of silk gods, necessary for a shoo of common thickness. ,
L. CURRI, ER.1&half. .. 'Bt THE L.Tt D. any 'marks wounds or violjnco upon and'fitted: up n building 30 feet by DO, three Tho articles, in this state, are placed in a

TEBMI-$4 per year, pays yearly Thc-re, wero'scvcral circumstances;; peculiar their bodies, were probably occasioned by stories high, to be exclusively dcvojcd to dry situation for twenty-four hours, when ,
to ;thomcricnn revolution,, which the heat excited the b,' this branch consistency (
advance.-Single papers 15 cents.. in body tho emo- manufacture. The mophin- they will have acquired sufficient "
, inserted,'I nd contracts should bo mentioned 'previously) an account tions 'of tho mind, being ndde/to thai of cry is carried by steam. A trial of the power to receive the figured impressions ,f t

I, Advertisements for yearly advertising, on reasonableUrns. ,of the influence: 'of'the events which the atmosphere. loom in this ,factory has pnn'cd'thnt it with which they are, usually ornamented. l' ;I

I ade No, advertisement % .1.I be, ,inserted\ accompanied it the hutnaa body" Soldiers bore operations of every kind will)ons\Vcr as twill for silk' as for, cotton, These impressions are made,bY' engraved :-
Inless paid for in_advance.; L / I 1. Thq rvoluton: Interests acvery inhabitant immediately after battle; willmuch mom and that,, with experience in its management block, prepared in th country.. During "
U .Ail.com'muwca.IJorrLy..r iii: 1 q- e'ad-I of the; tho country ot&Lhsox| : s, fortitude' than,they did nt(ny"' time after- it will b.ly..unpt! opt;as many! the uvcntyjfour Jiotirsjliaf\tbo article s are,, p.few<*ftiittHrti' '
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, ressed to I/CimRitR: ,;Publisher of the CoU: nUll of every rank-- and age, that'!\' ,vas: : capable wards., yards of tho as puih' )'latter. A silk'I drymg7tnojf'are cohered YdthTS'topiou& ;. |!

erpostage In all cases, to be'paid., of ref1cc on. An indifferent, or neutral Tho effects of tho military:,life upon tho society, has been formed at New Haven. moisture. This plontciDco\14I1cpnration of |]
spectator of.the controversy was scarcely human body conio-next.to, bo 'consideredunder To encourage tho production\ of this article the mbro liquid{ portions of! tho juice, and $\,
/AdE&TS.FOR.THE: COURIER.,, to bo found in any of the state this head. a bounty bas been offered by the state the coagulation( 'of another' find by far tho
FLORIDANcwnansaillerJoseph 2. The scenes war' and government In another place I have mentioned thrco of Massachusetts on reeled Ilk, and by greatest ;portion takes place 'even when

R.'Sanchez:, which it introduced,were new to the greatest cases 'of pulmonary: consumption being Connecticut, both on' this aid the trees t tho juico is received into ,bottles and card- .
Grove -3 GarrisonEsq.1'.M. part of the inhabitants of the U;, States, perfectly cured ,by1 tho diet and hardships I themselves. Tlio natural advintagcs, however fully protected ',from accesp""of air From '.' ,
.lllndaran-E.Spring! -;A.*''Cohen,Esq. P. M.GEORGI.I1 '. and operated wish all tho force of'novelty of a carnp life. Doctor Blanc, in,his valuable for tho production, ri us.) of necessity this cause, nil attempts I transport it to' '
upon the human mind. observations on the diseases Incidentto be),greater in the ,Middle rod Southern different parts in an unaltered condition x\
3. The contro ersy was conceivcd'to bo seamen, ascribes the extraordinary States. Tlie,wild mulberry diets in abundance have ,failed. I have so vert 1'' bottles which) "
St. Mary's-A. Doolittle, Esq., P.'M. the most impor nt of any that 1 had ever healthiness of the British fleet in the month'of iu Virginia and' Mississippi and, in were rrp'nrel1'yith' tho utmost,care, and '
Savannah-SI: Philbrick,'Esq. engngcd the atte tion mankind. It was April,'1582,' to tho 'effects produced 'on the forests of the. latter Stain silk worms the contents of some'of wiich| were combined \

Macon:Edmund, Russell. was generally Islieved by the friends of tho soldiers and eCamcnby tho victory obtained ar.o 'found gt'Owlug/f:1pontalHollsly., Tho with Various, Bolventaj-but in every
T the revolution, : hat.the very'existence of /over the French'fleet on the 154th of native tree, however\ is not found ,to produce : I one the juice 'has /separated, jnto the liquid 'j
[For the,Courier.] freedom upon onr globe was involved in that month ; sand relates, upon tho authority silk ofa merchnntnblollOluy.. It is nnd'cdogulabl portions!, 'fc ', '

THE, CHRISTIAN. the issue of the c mtest of the United States. 'of Mr. Ivcs, an instance in, tho war botwpcn -' thought that by: engrafting scions,of,the The natives 'are extremely fond of silt-!j
here is that in his eye,, which still glows in 4. Tho. Amer can revolution ,includingin Great Britain and tho combined white or Italian mulberry in|>'. these wild ping tho fresh; lade 11111lJain1nrormClI; : by
i ,his breast, '. I' it the cares'of. pvernment, as well as the powers of France and Spjn in 1744, in stocks, a tree will bo' prodiccd) of hardier tho gentlemen from whom many of'tho

BVilh the, love of the%Savior, his soul' is possess'd toils and danger of war. The American which the scurvcy, as wo.l I as other diseases gl'owth'nud less liable tohjurd.] from atmospheric above particulars were obtained,and whoso '
mind was, there re, frequently occupiedat Was checked) 'by tho prospect of a naval : changes. :veracity is unquestionable! that,it (a I palatable
:tee the same timet\ the difficult and com- engagement.The Wo 'are i indebted for tho MOVO' informa-i. beverage, resembling in taste, as
Vhilst he Is, that II.lllove, in a world such plicated duties ofnolitical! ,and military.life., Arraerican army furnished' an c instance tion to the Silk Cultuiist' a t tionthly publi much as it docs in'appearance, fresh cow'sinilk. ,

',as this, 5. The, revolution\ )was conducted by of the .effects of ictory' upon the cation, commenced nt Hariprd in April \. :: 4
Can but shadow the. joys of the spirits in bliss. men who had been born free, and whoso human mind; which'may serve to establish last, the pages of\which are, principally io-! Thp smoke" ,which indispensable, inmakin
sense' of'tho blessings of liberty was'of tho inferences from the facts related by Dr. votcd to this interesting ,tope. To tlioso India rubber articled, is, procured& S
or the pleasures'of'earth here... canker I l'the'heart course more'exquisite\ than if they had just Blanc. The Philadelphiajnrilitia: who join- engaged in the cultivation of tho mulberry, 'fi-om the; combustion ofa gpeciea ofnut--

emerged from a state slavery: ed tho remains, of General Washington'sarmy the instructions contained i\ this periodtlcat and the natives insist thai.tho smoke from
Affection's'';unstable, the loved ,must depart, G. 'The, greatest ;part of the soldiers in in December, 177a,'and shared with must bo highly vnluallj.. From l>the no,other nhiclo will ans\vcr time purpose. *

And riches' ,have"wings, there.is, woe,there is the armies of the United States had family' them a few days aftcrwaids in the captureof novelty(this branch of ogibulturo amongus ,Tbd caoutchouc( : trees''are' topped'every T
connections and property,in the country. a large body ,of Hcsjinns: at Trenton ,' information in regard t.. its details is other and are yield,a ,better ;
pain, '
and 7. The war was carried on by the Americans ? consisted of 1500 men, riost of whom hadbeen peculiarly needed., :Tho jouipal is publish and l in quantitiesafter! having
Golgotha, is writtenori'inpuntain, plain. against a 'natiou, to whom they had accustomed to tho 1 liabits\ ofa city ed by an association ,cnnc ,t lio' Hartford juice becndfawn, from greater number pf years. ,The

Cut the?tear-II-and the pains, which'are sent long been tied by the numerous obligations These men kept in tents, and barns, Jifoi' County! Silk Society;and 1 furnished to, subscribers trees yield most abundantly,during tho wet .

him below, r consanguinity, laws,religion, commerce,, sometimes in tho open air, during the usual nt tho low rate of 5) cents Herald- season-but the juice is then of an inferior.' p piltiality.
interest and mutual sense bf num.-:[Philadelphia ',Comijcrcial .
language, n colds of December and\ January; 'and
In the,bright worlds above he no longer will national ,The resentments of the ; I ( .. ,.: S'". ) ,
l"glory .! yet there were only two instances of sickness Since tho gum Clastic) hoe become! abundant :
knowj., Americans, of course rose, as is usualm all and.ono death in that body of HISTORY or CAOUTKHOUC.Sonictiino -
it been
men ,,and cheap, ,has oPllicd'to"1\ .,
For tlie, of the dust shall there joininthepfaipe j in to the number'and six,weeks within the last twelve years( an '
sons disputes proportion of
in the course near, jn those variety of new uses r for; ,which its, } "
force of these' ancient 'bonds of i affection winter months. This extraordinary healthiness individual brougjit! from faro' n port' in chemical and mechanical qualities admiX

Which the spirits of IOTA' to their Father: do and,union. of eo { rent a number of men;under Brazil into Boston SoJcn, a small number sly adapt 'U. It J ifl well"'known that cloth 'i :
raiser : 8. A predilection to a limited( monarchy, such trying ,circumstances,con only bo,ascribed ,of India rubber shoes It proved, for is now' Covered with a thin coax,ont, from '; :
', i tho sailor adventure and ,Induced
safe a 'i profitable -
as an essential part of a free' apd government to the vigor infused into the human which gurmcntsareabaolutelytvtgrproo'l: : t

Oh,joy to the righteous,tlie kingdom within, and an attachment to' reigning" body by the victory ofTrenton having produced 'him number.in a sccon''voynge The of to these import small a and, during. the few ntorms, that wo have 1
The kingdom. of God will be free from all sin, king of Great' Britain (with a vey: levy exceptions -. insensibility to all the usual remote larger success had, the )l st'8ummer( groups o'f individuals "i,
: induced others tho business
part of beginnings, to cuter
universal iu
were every clad,
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And the might of God's power will,but measure effuses disease. which been increasing might bo seen m their elastic mail : ;,
has j
the United States. The patience, firmness; end magnanimity constantly apparently about as much, annoyed ,by tho .
the love, 'time' scdden dissolution until, in 1832 it was computed, that
9. There was at one a which tho officers and soldiers of the ruin,as a flock'of duckq.' ,Moro recently,
Which blesses, the saint in the regions above.A. of civil government in ell ecclesiastical American army endured the complicated there, were jive hundred thousand l ;irs of tho cuoutphouc has been BO skilfully Itl'' )f l ,

establishments" in eevcnl. of tho evils of hunger, cold,'and nakedness, can India rubber shoes imported into the once United cd, either, within the nicbhcs of tlicT cloth I for

PARTING 9F-SUMMER.BY states. only bo, ascribed to an, insensibility of bo States. Thus has a substance, between two pieces, that there is no oppcaranco I 11I
THE : 10. The'expenses of tho war were supported dy, produced by an uncommon tono, ofmind extremely expensive( and restricted to the I of it externally. I have won what "j J
MRS. IIEMAN' by means of a paper currcrcy' ,which i excited! by. tho love of liberty ,andtheir ; sole use of erasing pencil narks becomean l appeared) to bo a tube of ordinary l cotton '
Thou'rt bearing hence thy zoscs.i: ,: were continually depreciating.From country. almost indispensable i article ot wearing ,cloth, which; witch, filled with' water," or ',I
Glad summer, fare thee" well ', > the action of each ofthtso'causcs, __ JSII apparel; and, accessible to all classes, on even subjected to tho hydrostatic< ,
Thou'rt'singing thy last melodies''-' and front their combination in account of its and abundance.
frequently K.-In e'cry'part of aIr country; attention cheapness a column four feet high, proved"absolutely ;'
In every, wood and dell., ', 't' "W, the same persons, effects'might reasonablybe is awakened to this important um| The caoutchouc, or ,gum elastic, which impervious to tho liquid.! .* '/ r i
But-in the' golden sun-set *' ,.cy. \ .' expected, both upon the mind and body, profitable branch of manufacture. New is brought to tbis country, is the productoltwo the 1 ,
Of latest lingering day; \which have seldom occurred ; or if they England, however, having taken tho'lead j trees; the uhavea caovUhotic" the"jatropoi'elasticd T/iocmplojincntoftbissubstamI| In
tell have I believe were never fully recordedin to for the nenr. which manufacture of vnrious'Iurgicp\ instruments "
Oh me over this chequered earth, '"* seems likely enjoy present' :. grow'r.onuine.
Howjiast thou past away !, / ( any'ngo or country. Iy) a monopoly,of the production. A com ously in several provinces of Brazil Para line supplied no mean coptributlonto
It, afford some useful Instruction pany, with a capital of, $200,000, has been is the chief depot of tho article and' I,believe tho healing art. lit fact, the extensive I
Brightly, sweet Summer!;brightly, to point out the influence of the ,military formed at Boston, called Massachusetts\ ; the sole place of export. it'is also usefulness' of this material Is'j\llt\ beginning : '
:Ihine hours are floated by. and political events of the revolution ,upon Silk Company,; iiich has for its object the 6btained ''from several'trees which"grow In to bo known"} ; although itflcpnsurapuon has
To the joyous birds of the'woodland, boughs, the 'understandings, passions, and :moralsof culture and manufacture of this article. the East Indies: but.scarcely ever brought increased'to, ,an extent that ,cpuld' hardly
The rangers of the, sky. United States but have been predicted ntatime when .a
the citizens of ; This company has purchased several tracts thence to this'country,and certainly never
And brightly in the forests,' ',.<" ',' my business, in,the present inquiry, is on- of land at Northampton, on which are one in largo quantities., -. piece 'ns big as a cent was sold for nincpcnce '- ,
To the wild deer wandering free; ly to' take notice of the influence of these or more water privileges, and their factory Thor local name, in Para, of tho tree .-[Smith's Scientific i Tract
And:brightly jamidct the garden'flowers, events upon the human body, through the' will probably bo erected, in that town*- which'' affords thecaoutchouc', pao de I Ei-SYeVre
Is the.. happy_ murmuring bee. ':'," medium of the'mind. Northampton also contains a silk cocoonery irringa' It attains the height of an ordinary MAMMOTH Arrws,T : indebted -
.,' I' shall first mention the effects of the lately the property of Mr.Samuel,Whit- New England white oak,,and is rej>- to a highly respectable gentleman of '..
But how to human bosoms, ,, military, and, secondly; of tho political marsh, capable feeding four or five mil- resented as decidedly{ handsome.-'rho: juice, Hardy county, for the following facts reldtive -
With all their hopes and fears, events of the revolution., The last must be lions of though the number at to D. Mammoth; ,Apple 'l.rr.f".ori the
worms, present as it flows. from the tree, is called' laite de
And. thoughts that make,'them eagle-wings' : ,' considered in a twofold, view, accordingly; does not exceed 800,000. The building teringa' The procured and man farm,of Coptniii Daniel McNelll.' ', ol; ,.that
To the gum
pierce .. unborn years.Sweet na: they affected the,friends or the enemiesof is tw6 hundred feet long:and two eto- ufactured by native' Indians in the following count,., Our informant fays that' )bo' took '
Summer the revolution. 'riesin It is filled with of tho 'dimension i pf thin Mammoth; Apple 11Tre
to the captive height. ranges manner:Early in the morning, generally
Thou hast flown In burning? dreams' I.,,In treating of the effects of the military sliding draws of twino latico work; on before sunrise,thai trees are' tapped by : o ,,carefully'ericl accurately;:.. id found
Of the'woods,with all their whispering leaves l,, events, I shall take notice, first, of the which the worms feed,'and these are intersected making an incision through bark,and it to be 45 feet In height, and 85 in breadth;

And the lue, rejoicing! streams :- influence of actual war, and, secondly, off by alleys, EO that there is abundance a short distance f jn tho, wood with a botch. circumference o f thin trunk the 0 feet',4 Inches.ALo'uc .
the influence of the life. seven feet<< from, root there aro ;
military of both air and
light. moist
et. A of is then plastered '
clay "
To the wasted and the weary, k observed cup eleven branches, the;average size of which '
In the of battle I have ,
beginning a The New Silk Company has the tree just ,below the wound eo
,On the bed of sickness bound, England upon ; ar3 feet 10 inches in reunicrclJce.'lII1C; .
In swift delicious fantasies, &irgt to be a very common sensation likewise been formed'at Boston with a capital that the tails an It issues from the tree, if the remarkable fact,about (It is tho'"
soldiers. It most ,
both officers and
That cbang'd. with every sound. among of $100,000. Their manufactory is effectually arrested. In tbis manner,about fruit it hose the present vear. -
of quantityof
occurred where exercise or action
no the of Mr. Cobb of trees contribution
under superintendence seventy are by
To the sailor on the billows, the body could have excited it. Dedham'whose works tho company have one individual. General) four hoursalter one hundred and eighty lutiuli of apples .
In longings wild and valn Many officers have informed me, that juico were taken from it thwfalU Fouror.tivetlu.heJJ.
purchased., It is wholly dependent[ atpres- the sun is risen, the] stops flow-
For the gushing founts and hills, after the battle they felt a of such as were bruised and {partially
first in
breezy onset ,
a of and it is
ent on'foreign culture for i iu supply materials ing, hastily collected, by skilfully w'ere left under the
And the homes of earth and entirely rotion,
again glow of beat, universal as to be percep- and is compelled to resort to tile detaching tho clay lip from the tree, and deal of its fruit must have
tree and
tible in both their This was the ease ; a
And ears. manufacture articles in whicfi silk is only pouring its contents into a calabash.
unto me, glad Summer I thro
beef taken lftle
How,hast thou flown to me? ... in a particular manner, in the battle of I a component part From; tile aooYo, number*of tree*,(seven the summer! away and faff by|!uto that persons the real quantity ;
Mv chainless footstep npught bath kept' Princeton,'on the third of January in the The Connecticut Silk Factory at Hartford ty) bout four quarts of juice arc collected, it bore must have J been nears if.
:From the haunts of song and glee :' 1777. on which day the weather wasremarkably has a capital of 1CO,000. The building winch are sufficient For the manufacturei l tiro Jiundri&llrushch.very The apple*
A. cold. furnished looms and three pair! of men's shoes of bo quit ,
is with 100 ,. preparatory ordinarysizeand It taodtf licar eouth '
'Thou hast flown in wayward visions A veteran colonel of a New England I are very large.
machinery to be moved by a steam thickness. The making or hoes and 1 have been
In memories of the dead '- regimenf whom I visited at Princeton,and The all other articles is* commenced immediately I Branch, on a did rieh. ojl.
In ..(.,"' engine of eight or ten horse power. thai it Lear fruit, uutU :- '
shadows from trouble heart informed pot any
band the bat-
; who wounded in the at
was want of stock compels; this factory also to orr the juice being collected. Shoe old.. It grewspontaneously
O'er the pathway shed ; after it was twenty years
sunny ; tle Monmouthon the 2Stb ofJune. 1778, the production articles in are moulded upon tho lasts sent out from. where, it now stand.,,and,
In brief and sudden sfrivings. ', ""' (a day in which the mercurystoo4 at 00 portion of silk to the other materials is this country for that purpose. The lasts although for111f81'8"old,continues to grow.
To fling a weight aside- *-" '' degrees Farenheit's thermometer,} after small. There is also a factory in progressat are provided with a .handle at the top and Va. Intelligencer.I .
'Iidst these thy melodies hue ceased; describing his situation at the time he re- Toughkeepaie, N. Y At Concord N. near the heel, and are smeared over with a [UQiiinejr I ( ), ,...

And all thy roses died. '. ceived his wound,'concluded his story by, II. a farm has been purchased for tho cultivation thin coat of clay. Other articles are formed i I' ivho would';1 etceri) ar of disappoint,

Bat oh! thou gentle summer 1 'OJ: :" remarking, that "fighting was hot work on 'of the mulberry. upon patterns of clay, which are fashioned i rnents and!.mUfortuaef} ,must learn to behis .
nJCI greet thy'flowers once more, a cold day, but much more eo on. a warm The establishment ofthe Valentine Com by the rude artist, IOmttime ,with I I own piwt* .-..,"" 'I;, t
nag me again thy pany at Providence R. I.,now sold<< to a considerable taste ; but oftener in the most
.sys of touchingsal ,
Wherewith soul shallcywu know not whether these curious philosophical from New York and Boston includes figures. The juice is dipped up The moet'effectusl: way
company grotesque
my '" hvid into i hJapocket
''' if with (feelings is
observations incorporated man's to
are put your
: containing 30,000 tree in small and over the
a quantities poured|
Give '.... of author- but plantation, ,
me to hall thy sunshine, r.* the works the celebrated : u i
from four to five oU and from six to forma, which are thence held over a dense
*"With in a songs wr and than, Wisp ... I them we never from met a with scarce them old before volume,*we for extract our I i eight feet in height It j'w supposed for the snluko a few secOnde. Another coat of In proportion 'we roe Ule' with other
purer very own.
S May flut next meeting b*.* ", .,I readers'entertainment : next five years, this, plantation will yield an juice is applied and emokedndBO, on peoples Lusmtw, we nrgtect our.


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MURDER, ROBERT J> EXECUTION- cOt scqu'cn c of the swamipng ,and capsizing eloquent series
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: [Ftom the Natchez Courier,] Ou the IGth ult. Mr:Ceorgo Robinson, a of some of tbo boats. The goods and ; ,Courier.THURSDAY which has reached mf"the

, MORE lUiteixo Il'f' MADISOX' highly respectable.citizen Jackson coun- bng being perishable, were sold at auction, 20:: banks of the Ohio,.invoking? uoldest1 u

1833. ty, Michigan 'l'erritoryVas murdered and broug about 17,000 dollars. We NOVEMBER Southern member of the original 1
, J Madison County, Sept. from Diem\ learn insured in New York.redif ..-.- ,
whilcjtravellinj on the road they ere abroad teen, by every; consideration
is of ,
trial and The of improvement patrio
t' Dear Sir;-Since the departure phis to Little kockby a young man with Too much : cannot bo 'gjvcn to Capt. spirit and set
tf Earl, oujr county has been blessed with whom ho fell in company at Memphjs Wood, an others for their ,intrepid con in the land. Itsbreath infuses activity and dutyto an example to the YOnn

; uninterrupted tranquility, until within a The deceased had loaded a Wagon at Memphis duct in gi ing their aid {lin such danger, energy, into every ,portion of our country! states, by leading the way in this national\

i I' few days past._ The appearance,of a notorious ,with which he was 'travelling, and among,: "I om we mention Mr. ,Garrison, Rivera and streams-,whose waters till within a terprise', makes an appeal our sympan'which

I scoundrel, belonging Capt. Thom had also money about him to the amountof keeper of IB light, and Mr.\ It. B. Boll, oWe few hid for ages glided, in solitude cannot, and will not, be disregard:l
as Htidnall,of this county, threw tho com $1000. Arriving at a place about two tbis place. learn the proceeds of tin years the"untutored Indian's1 We are glad that Charleston is J
munity into considerable excitement last mild on tljis side of Blackfish Lake, in goods bav been placed under the disposal unbroken,except by exert her powerful about
Ho said to bo one of the ring voice he pursued, on their banks, the energies, to secure by
was Criticndon 'county, the deceased nnd the of the corn of Admiralty, till the question as ,
leaders in exciting the to insurrection their surface his self a portion of the great western ;|
negroes young man left the wagon together with salvage determined. bounding deer, or plied,over, : trade
,- by Dr. Cotton ; like wise- implicatedby ibe'intention' reaching the St. Francis [Apalachicola Advertiser. light can<|e, have now become thoroughfares see no reason hy she may not be emi'J

other white,men, and by a number of river that-night; in advance of the wagon. and highways, for' the noisy and speeding ly successful, her efforts,and thereby Bee
I the negroes hung at Bertic'ii Bluff. After travelling about four miles the to herself an ethaustiess
.The guard attempted to take him imtne threw bin DCEL XTR.&ORDIl'fARY.-A' lieutenantin steamersH-carrying adventurers to build \11.larres' source of prospe rit,
but man murdered Mr. Robinson, the Na while ascending the Ohio river ese'same banks or luxuries to and wealth. | '
'lately after,the execution of Cotton; the road and covered y, on ,
bebild o log bear ; in a stC boot became involved in a 'market arisen and almost Arailroad.nrossthe Peninsula
could notsucceed. him with brush. The 'body \Vas. found supply tha of newly of Floe!

The committee of Livingston, before twd days afterwards, by the mail rider. A quarrel with three persons from Arkansastwo magi created cities. Wherever a navigable will doubtless ropn beconstructed, BhortnL
their adjournment, determined upon hanging -, and diabolical murderwas then brothers. He was challenger flows there country is.exploredandus the distance,ar.d time: travel,and transJ
more outrageous streftn pur
brothers and endeavored
him ,when ho should be ,taken, there by one of t ie to
never committed on earth. "back but the other insisted 'more and tation from :ithf Atlantic to the cities
doubt ae to his guilt and beinga out, party resources,thereby oath
being 119 hero since
From received .
information Gulf and the
daugcfouB\boy, the citizens dctermince learn upon a fight,and a gentleman volunteering more developed. : avoiding dangen which dWt

likewise ho iould not, live,'if ho was pot the that ;tho publication murderer of whose the Gazette name,is we stated to to be second for' the officer, they went a- But enterprise stops" not 'with navigable in and about the Florida, coast ndKey,.
committee. shore to settle their difference. At the The construction of this
sentenced byline have been J; nics Johnson, was overtaken lieutenant : streams., Where,naturehas, not,been profusein work, will,wetr
home first fire the received his adver-
when he the
Conseqcntiy, came in connection with the
in St. Er ncis county, and brought J back bestowing the means of inland navigation, .enterprise the inhabitants
citizen made a demand of him from CaptHudnall. sary's ball iA hu hip, and asked if.he was
The boy heard what, tho people t6 the spot here he committed the,mur satisfied, to Which his antagonist replied, artificial channels ue constructed, by the' in. begin to manifest"wake into active lift

., ,were at,,and put out. By, the laudablo exertions der. lie cc' i fosse Bis'should crime be, and stated ho no, not nntil one of us is killed. They genuity'and industry of oUr people. Distant the long dormant energies of East Florida.--
hepreferred he
that new hung
of CapJ. Hudnall, be was' decoyed' as be executed at once-that, ho took anyther shot, and the lieutenant's adversary cities,. whether separate by intervening Already her quickening, pulsations ii dicta
and secured. ng 'fell dead. His brother then insist- life and health. '
into Livingston, rairies returning
mountains wide brought
his ,or spread ,are
had nothing 0 plead in extenuation of f
ed which the second of tho lieutenant
composed of some of on a fight, -
,iBy; aj.committco; We we'are glad'to
suffer the each other of these artificialeplyladen repeat, )see; such
crime, t willing to penalty near by means a epic
the members of iho_old committee, he was endeavored in vain to prevents;, is
of death lie averred that after killing communications. as this of improvement by
sentenced to be banged tho same evening. They fired ancj the other brother was shot The d canal- t means'of n
Under the gallows,.he confessed he knew Robinson, hi obtained only one hundred dead. The second of dIe deceased, becoming boat, slowly and persever gly glides on its roads, abroad in our ''land. Its almost eve
and eleven lollars, which ho found in a enraged with the lieutenant's indication is, of good..
y the conspiracy was under foot eight months see- monotonous liquid way. he cars, following
0"0. The first he knewof it was from Ru- piece of pap r. Supposing that to be all ond,shot and killed him, and was in turn the' engine puffing "lik a thing of life,"

erlllake,'(hung hero on the 10th July;) he, tho money i the 'possession of tho murdered shot.dend by the lieutenant who was con- rapidly'and their The Alexandria Gazettte !says, Weather
roll 'on
said communicated it to him ,when at'work'with" ,man, 1; i threw the pocket-book away, veyed from the. field much exhausted by along heerily' >wise, folks predict that this, will be a vim,
which lids n it yet been {found. lIe was iron rails landing yon at our point of destination -
kill loss of blood and is Louisvi1 3
him-and told him ho must now at recovering winter. The abundance of mast, the
his inasterfirbt this h.o said he did not afraid to tnk a'sod watrh, which was on under the care of his physicians.Thus' ere you are aware f the progress you graiii:\
; ,. Robinson's -and left it with him. vegetables, and the weather rup to th'
,like to do. Blake, he said, was alarmed ot person four men were left dead upon the have made. ".Time and pace are," indeed,
After hear his confession in presence time, are, it is said, prognostics of winter
ig field. We the above heard 9
his manner, and told him 1 if be Would say give as we ito almost annihilated.
of about fif ho was instantly the reverse of the last."
.lie! ;would give. himfive from arespectamention source, but forbear to We arc happy to ,see;puch a spirit of improvement -
dollar's-which he'di()). Blake afterwards hung-and i tar remaining suspended a the na ies of the parties, as' no "We have heard several persons in this sec-
sufficient tin s Ins body was thrown behind by the ,construction :of rail roads,
told him he wan elected one of the good could reSu from it, and ,we presume tion, 'aged enough to< be "weathcr-wia,"''
; captains ,the negroes, and that he must the Ban 'log where the body of his' their relatives' 1 ive been already advised manifested in, every portion of our country. confidently,predict a mild winter. We hope
victim frtind. and left there. >
,serve, &c., When, he found ho,had to die, was Little Rock Advocate.. .of their fate.-[( incinnati Post. They will, ,ultimately, form'strong.bands. of they will prove true'prophets. During: tie
,ho told his master, if he, was to be hung; [ union to bind'us together as one nation
ho had others on the place who weroas '"ORIENT" PIRATES.=A sketch of _AikenS.'C.( ) Oct. 30. The North and'the, West and the South hirtY'six.l.o rs, ,the: weather has: been

guilty: as he was. It was thought by .every their most'nr edChiefAmongthe'mostdesperate DREADFUL C .TASTRoniE.-We have will, thereby, be brought near .neighbors to and still is, exceedingly: disagreeable" ,

person! resen; that the accusations wero am successful of the cruisers is never been called. upon'to record a more each .other .they will become 'better and damp, raw, dri lj, gloomy. It is what
-: : :
''made out of revenge ; being.. of a most ma; this widely ended Rajah Raga, ,knownas diabolical act, ion was perpetrated onFordCreek"oJ rheumatic and pulmonary invalid of our acquaintance
more 3timately'acquain and instead ol
<< "
-jignanfdUposition. the Princetwenty f pirates,'who for more than Saturday night, by some calls 'most, rascally and con
'When the execuoner' "was about puttingthe years "carried all before him."- person'or ) r.so s unknown. The house jealousy, and, ,hatred to divide, a friendship temptible weather.": It is a north east storm

rope 'around his neck,, ho began to Hia"exnedit; ns have invariably been of iMr. ,Smithes vas forcibly entered, the will spring. up, to unite them in a holy broth come suddenly us. We 'are sometimes

think they were going to hang him in good stamped with Angular cunning and intelligence inmates most inhumanly! butchered, sever- erhood., thus upon

earnest, aud determined to evade it, i if,pos-:: barbarity and recklessness. During; al valuable articles stolen, and the splendid Is a vast extent[of territory''incompatible taken'by surprise.The thermometer

,.eihle, l hy dodging the rope ; and it was not his noviciate'i inder 'an experienced chief, dwelling ofM\ r S:and the bodies of thirteen with the .long, continuance,of:a Republican today stands at 52, stood yesterday?.

until after a'gun was presented at him, that, he was frequently 'exposed to imminent murdered individuals entirely consumed. Government? the communica-i On the-',day previous,'(Wednesday)) the mercury

the,rope 'could, be put on his heck : so great danger by tnoVvigilanc.o: of'out' cruisers ; Among them waS Mr Si. andwife and five : ? ,By speedy ;: was as high: as 82, The weather was

was his desire to live, (although 'harmel'wero once,'\ n.irmny of his companions were children, and six others, whose names: our tion afforded by rail, roads,from one extreme pleasant, and really summ rUkefn fact,

tied J') after( ho was,swung off hocastglit destroyed by rf'furious shower of grape informant could: not learn; as they',were ity ,of the'JJriited'States;. to the other, their for ten. days previous" to the
yesterday average
the rope1'above'' head'wlth' ,hh from 'Majesty's} sloop Rattlesnake ; and German emigrants, and journeying to some limits; w re they commensurate with theboundarie ,

hands, and hung by them: for n minute again, in January', 1808, when two or threo of tho upper districts. Suspicion rests up- 'ot North America, might,for all .the. mercury. was about 76.. One dtj

Whoa the citizens learned of his execu- vessels then belonging to his leader 'were on ,a white man who was seen dodging practical i id beneficial' be Contract. as high ,as, 65. ,During ,these days, the

iion'it'appeared to give general relief and taken and burnt by the Drake frigate, near about the neighborhood for some days be- purposes' ; weaher'was lovely,the,atmosphere clear and
'satisfaction., ,1 think wo. may 8afely'siy, the Arroos, iti the Straits of Malacca. Wo fore, but has not been seen since. into t perfectly manageable compass.=" pure, and soft. The, broad_ ,river .before' us,

this !Is tho winding impact of the Livingston: accidentally fell in with :them at this moment Most deeply do we deplore, the loss of The legis ator'l1, voice, :and the executivearm lay in the mornings quiet not a
perfectly ,
committee. His case will appear in full, and well remember seeing i the thin Mr\ S.'and family. He 'was for a numberof ;would, easily, reachTrom the centre tithe
the'prbceedkjgs of\\lm Livingston'coin prbn creeping off under the land, but little years a member of the State Legislature fartist borders. And while the limits breath breaking the polished mirror of its

inittce preparation for publication. 'destinies'she bore till an intelligent honest and for surface, till the slight sea breeze, softened bj
,nOw suspected'the' we ; man, might hus be, contracted, for all the, purr '
heard of the Ruga's bragging afterwards o f a long timo a worthy member the Methodist of its passage 'over the 'land.spread here and
po>ea vernmentthey would in all other
TUB W TERW :INDIANS,-The, Globe this escape.. He ttyen became chief him church. v ,, there its gentle ripples: The soft starlight
states that the commissioners appointed to self and continued the latest news from We understand that $10,000 reward is I respects, e enlarged, expanded, by bringingto of night, and softer 'rays :of 'the crescent
those the of the He offered for tbq of this horrid light, t! e undreamed of 'hidden resources
treat'with tho Western Indians: .have, re. quarters, scourge sea. perpetrator act I young moon, came, down lovely and sweetly
-turned to ,Fort Gibson, after having suc has emissaries every where, and the intelligence ) t L'' I which oui country undoubtedly' possesses 1- on this beautiful and: tranquil
then silent and
ccssfully: accomplished: tho object of their! ,which he acquires is of the great- LIFE Ill{ THE WEST.-Major Marshall of Does any tone doubt the possibility, of thus

mission. ,They have concluded a treaty of authenticity., ,If the object is oLmo- the Dragoons! writes from the Far West connecting and drawing,close;; together,the sheet of water. A' few days since, and on
amity between tho U. Stated and the Cherokces. went, ho undertakes the execution himself the following, graphic description of the' the only day of the ten pleasant and warm

Creeks, Choctaws, Osnges, :Senecnsand ;. if otherwise, be detaches aJrusty of- Arabs of the lississippi: large borders ribs ,the important points, of ourtut. ones, that we recollect to have 'seen cloudy

,- Qiiapaws.. This is tlio first 'time,thatthese ficer. We lived 3n Buffalo tneat'principally. most } Let him reflect,on the great sailing between us and the heaven above,

Indians have beeir'tnet'on a similar .ln.1813 he cut off three English vessels I killed some rid, ns I did also j bear, deer,' improvements that have been made in"the U, the effect of,light and shade the water wai

;occasion, and the (happiest effects maybe and killed their captains with his own arid turkeys; but caught no ''wild horses., I States .during the 10: twentylast,:; t ten'aye; on dense
expected ,asthe result of the ,treaties.lleretofore '.- band, an achievement of which he delights The sports 0 the chase I enjoyed you may I i the last fife years: Let him consider'the strongly A small,but very

they have kept the ',v steni lio boost;,ns well as that he has personally know ; and 3sureyou* often' wished for I powerful efforts that'have been a.de"by" the and dark'''leaden, colored 'cloud, hid the gun

frontier in a constant state, of danger 'acid slain t\yenty.fivo out?of upwards of forty you to witness the immense number of Atlantic States-let from a small portion earth., 'Els,the skI
,excitement. commanders of European vessels which buffalo! hat there often in full.viewjof the open his eyes,upon was nearly free from clouds,only here a

There are,'it Is'stated by the Globe,three fell into his clutches. These exploits, together I camp, from within a few hundred yards to the ,mig) t;, works already: completed 'or.in speckand.there a fieecy"wreatb. So ,dens*

divisions of these Indians who inhabit the with the seas af blood' wantonly shed almost as fin(* as the eye could :reach. I progress, undertaken expressly to' secure' to and thi
great' Western prairies, the Camanches, by his myrmidonis were a set-off among I f aw one of our Osage hunters ride'up at themselves exclusively or in part, one single imperVious' to the rays was

the Witchetas, and ''the Kioways. The tho treacherous Malays against his aggressions full speed alongside of a large buffalo cow, I object, tA ,tade''oj the greatVetand his little cloud, that no one could well pass unobserved

Camanches aro the ,most numerous. They on tho nativo trade : and few, even' and kill her with a single arrow. It was doubts Will dissipate like the shade of the sudden'and great obscuration
,are n"wlU1dcrlng'race,'have no fixed or ner- of those' who had themselves lost proas, shot entirely 'through her ; it went in on thin air. But what itoccasioneda as itlad a: short, time, ,ft00
'and follow tho herds"of will speak against Raga, whose, sucesses the and ,are afew, of these
'jnanent residence, right 'passed out on the left side, view;the sun. The river in front'and above
buffaloes to the north and south of Red RiVer. against tho Europeans are the Admirationof and was lost in the prairie, breaking a rib works. Allow us to mention one or two.- for night

The Vitchetas live in villages and all the young men,, and ,the theme of in its {passage.- I saw: another of the Osages I, New York' is widening and deepening her us about three miles, was darken dark,

c.q tivate' corn'vegetables.) They;' con- much of the modern poetry of their beau kill'a large cow with a single arrow. ile Erie 'canal, for the admission of steamers- The water eXhibited'in1deeper die,the

first: several bands. 'The'Kiowayswhodidnot tiful language. shot it into her, up to within a few inches and by its side placing a'rail road. MassachnsetU sullen, livid color of the cloud., Beyond the

attend.the' conference, but who, it ([say two or three) of the feathered end ; be has in three miles above us, the sun shone with*

,was undejrstood( ;, would send a Deputation) WRCcar-.Tho'biig EdrvinofNYork, caught hold qf itpulledit out, and shot it Boston contemplation a rail road from river with all his effulgence. bright jk*t

:;of their chiefs to concur, in the arrange Duplex, master, drawing 8 feet water, \vas into her again, when she, immediately fell to,Albany,, that she may.come in for extending the.width of,the river, and far othe
ments already made-have no l permanent stranded on the bar oj the entrance ofthbaY. This of course was at full speed., ,These her share. Pennsylvania has expended her with'

residence; but wander over a vast extent of on the lUh inst.,in attempting to cross feats 1 saw with, kpy: own eyes." millions in the construction of canals 'and distance, sparkling and glowing
country!extending from the Cross Timbers without a pilot. No blame b to be attached railways; forming a line orcommumcation the full blaze of silver and diamond, seemed

:Lake Eire pressing and moving downward this gloomj
to tlfe Rocky Mountains.\ The Conmu's- said vessel, as he stood off and on the Georgia just finished, and the lectures and the Ohio, mass, darkened by the cloud. The line of

stoners have inserted an article in the treatiesrexpresslnff light for several,hours, with a signal for a I have 'commenced. The architecture is surmounting.; v'ery natural impediment- separation between the bright and the dark

to the Indians the desire pilot[ and was finally obliged to attempt to I highly spoken ofi The Augusta ,Chroni- passing over not ;:ionly, but through some of marked,' tad
of the United States that they shall remain pass the bar in consequence of the wind chjsayst the obstructing' ridges of the Alleghany was uniformly and strongly

at'peace with Mexico.-[N. V; Times.TEXAS. and current forcing him in shore. The It is two stories high; above the base- Mountains-mountains, forming a barrier crossed the river nearly at right: angle-
pilots were all absent a\ Mobile, repairing Above and below this line, the rim seeow
ment, and ,80 feef f long, by 77 wide, sur seemingly intended as a natural line of
numbers their boat. The brig passed the outer bar sep if dissimilar
-Very considerable of mounted by a large dome : and has a massive aration between' the Atlantic as composed of two totally
and Western
men are' leaving various parts of our country safely, but stranded on the Eastern shore portico in front, sustained by six lut- Statea. -the one so splendid', ao bright, !
for 'texasteking with them the anns md a {gale arising, was driven by the surf eel Grecian done columns, and asceendedby Baltimore, also looks wishfully west- cheerful -the other so dark so sullen and *0>
into feet water with the )loss of rudder ward-and, thinks of rail ,
aud munitions necessary for war. Some two 26 a road over the >
a flight of 8 feet wide. The day
steps sad. Seldom in mid
is water
wiU leave .Atlantic false keel and also started some buts. mountains. South seen on
hundreds, the coast: exterior walls are to bo casted in Carolina is awakening- and
within ten days, and a still larger number While in this situation stud in great danger imitation of stone, and, judging from the Charleston has already aroused 'from her strong and striking a contrast of light

probably.', U1 RQ.from'the West St. Anna of going to pieces, Capt. E. J, Wood, proceeded small portion completed, will present a very slumbera. The citizen of Cincinnati 'called shade. But we were/peaking of_the weather

vt ill find the Kentucky riflemen bad troops to her relief, in the sloop Orlanda, beautiful and impressive them A day or two pure and we shall baT't
to contend with, in such 'a war as will be and succeeded ,in saving about two thirds aspect. upon t .tome up" to their assistance, fair and cheerful Let the

waged 'inT&as' and it, would not be of her cargo, although much damaged .be- an4 to the aid of,their own interests, in ac- and awayVill.again these eky-enahrO "

strange if,'take it aU in all, he should find ing wet, as the vessel sprung aleak. The HIGHEST: MOCSTAIJI w{ TH* U. STATES.It eenta,to which they: could not turn a deaf eat, change, fly riwnep

this the hardst job he ever undertook If goods; were obliged to ba transported from has recently been asscertained that A talented addresa to the citizens of Charleston ing clouds,bearing off the present

the tide of offensive operations should be tug brig to the sloop, about 200 yards, thro the highest peak of the Black Mountain,in contained in a report submitted the and humidity of the atmosphere

turned tie other way, and with such 1)1er the surf in boats as the sloop could not be South Carolina is G.74G feet above the level lion. Robert Y. by tu
LI to puke his arbitrary'authoritybe.- got nearer. This service was attended with of thq sea-which is 500 feet greater Hayne, Chairman of a Fitzgerald Savannah Bank robber,

)owl the be unds of Texas, it would not be great; personal danger and risk and we than the height fllountVasJ.ington., N. committee of fifteenappointed at a previous escaped from the custody of Sir. WiUiBU

the strange thing that ever happen,..... learn that Capt.. Wood and other indivUu- I I., heretofore considered the highest in public meeting, on the abject of,a contemplated an officer sent on from Savannah for the p"1

I, ..tc'1.* [New York Mercury.\ ala narrowly\ escaped with their lives lt in Jniou. rail road from Charleston to Cincinna: pose bringing the prisoner to that city. .



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"hi [\ Non Every one who has been : / -_---_...___ __ PICOLATA HOUSE.; '. LIST-OF LETTERS: MAIL, ARRANGEMENTS .
r rnIh I Hudson river,,will. .recollect this nasal The EMAINING. ,
undersigned respectfully an in the Post Office at Jack ON ROUTE NO. 2171':
Led It i is ofrthe bold THE Co-partnership heretofore existing, flounces to the Public \that he
i b promontory.. one I ,\ in- sonville, Duval County, on the 30th VIA PABLO. .
der the name oiL. CURRIER &Co. has I'MUtf.tends opening early in !October the 183-and ,
fffs the"beautirutlligWands, projecting { Sept. if not taken out tn three '
of I been dissolved by the death of ELIJAH WIL- Hotel known as PICOLATA HOUSE. The build- months, they will be sent to the Genera Post Leave St. Mary fevery Wednesday'at2P.M.::
"iUIfJ L the river, and attracting the attention of LIAMS. All persona having demands against ing having been greatly enlarge], will com : Office as Dead Letters Arrive at Pablo every Thursday by 7 P. M.

i thousand steamboat passengers 'yearly the said firm, are requested "to present the' fortably accommodate a numeroul company, B Thomas T. Mo Leave Pablo every' Friday, at G A..M.: "
and down,the Hudson same ; and all persons indebted to said firm, the Rooms will be well furnish and the Sarah A. Broward, N y. Arrive at St. Augustine same dayby G Pt 1\1. "
I sing{ up to make payment to the subscriber, who i isauthorised Table richly supplied with the best. fare the Mary Broward, M. E. J. North LeaveSt.; Augustine every Monday atG'A.1\I. :
(ibis bluff is on the east side of the river, to receive the same. country affords. John Broward Nat. Arrive at Pablo lame day byG P. M. '

Ilied.. ] the south western angle of Putnam Coin-- L. CURRIER. Picolata is situated on'the St. Johns river; William Blount, 0 Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A. M. ,' 0

tl I nearly fifty miles north of, New York City, November 10,1835.FOR forty miles above Jacksonville; and eighteen M. Bowroson, Russell Ormon. Arrive at St. Mary next day by 11 A.lyi. "

is H23 feet, in heighth. It .Indeed ex- miles West of St. Augustine ; vith a stagecommunication Edgar S. Barrows, ,'rC. VIA JACKSONVILLE.. '.
id CHARLESTON. requiring only a ide of three A. L Boliver Neil McPheraoi
1elV Leave St Mary. every f Saturday at 2 P. M
\ bits to the beholder, a tolerably well mark- TILE fine packet Schr. GEORGE hours.-The climate is remarkaby'! mild and Oran Baxter, William Perry, Arrive at Jacksonville next day by 6.1). M.

enl human profile but a ,profile of gigantic &Sf MARY, C WiLiEV, Master now balmy, and being exempt from humidity Nancy: BellamyxEliza George Pindarv Leave Jacksonville every Monday 5 A.M.
' oportions. If this is one of Dame Nature's i in first rate order/or sea-will run of the sea atmosphere,' has proved highly Bellamy, 11 Arrive at St. Augustine lame day by C P. M.
her regular-trips from this port to Charleston baneficial to invalids laboring unler pulmonary Arthur Burney. Henry Reilly Leave St. G
Augustine Thursday at
imitations of art, she must have done 'every .. ,
0'fe artful affections. .
and will sail on or about ,the BOth inst. C Francis Richard 3 A. M
[ ages 'agone, and selected'as;! her model, For freight or passage, apply'to L. Currier, A Steamboat running weekly between this Rachel Christe, William B. Ross) Arrive at Jacksonville same day by G P. Mi .

rid tine giant of olden time. An ordinary ,ob- Jacksonville: : II. Libbey, Whit sville. place and Savannah, will afford every desirable George, Colt. 2 John Rose, Leave Jacksonville every Friday at 5 A; M. '

well avoid noticing( it facility for communication 'between. the D Robert Robinson1, Arrive At St Mary next day by 1 Pv M ,}.
Iln; rver cannot, : upon DRY GOODS., GROCERIES, &c.THE two places. f Win.. 8.:Donaldson. John or Jonathan CROSS ROVTK-VIA ST. JOHN'S Btcrr. It
:JOt dications of great antiq1itjThe frostsd With these advantages, .the/ undersigned E Raich ford.Edward Leave Pablo every Friday, at C A. M. '
6f centuries dissolving Subscriber respectfully informs the hopes by his unremitted persoml attention, Chandler S. Emory. S .
th snows yeirly Arrive at Jacksonville tame day by 12 M..". ,
fresh couis': : that he has just returned from to render entire satisfaction to all who may F II. Same, 3 Leave Jacksonville same at 1 P. M.Arrive :
, live1 trickled in tear-drops, one day '
e! ; New York, with entire and full
him with their .
an new assortment favor
patronage 3
\ Col. Fleming; Gtitney Smith 2 '
Pablo P. M": ,
g,. \g another in the deep-worn furrows of age, of Dry Goods, Hardware and,Cutlery J04RJ| 'P. LEVY. I Charles E. Flinn, Bentadina; Sanchez, at ISAIAH name day.D.IIAJ\T by 7 ." M. .;,,;idr.1{!,I

Il& own its'gray granite siMs! Shoes and Hats, Groceries and Provi- ,Picolata, E. F.,Sept. 12. 8w33 Josiah Fogg. D. Sanchez, Jacksonville July 3h .1835. \ ,' r"F'
sions, Drugs and and 1.1\\\\ _
Medicines'Crocker; 'U MicajaL Simmons : ;
b But why WJLS it named, Anthony's, Nose ? :; e
Glass Ware. And hopes by his attention, to INDIAN AFFAIRS. D S. Gardiner Smith '
Mary TO'TR ,
' the of the ?, ,
hat's origin name Passing by merit a share of their patronage, and assures .
Josiah Gates. Carollnf Searso .
: .
a. M circumstance related in Knickerbocker's them,'that his Gods will be sold at a reasonable II t T ,' ,

- History'of:New rkwhichMr.Irvingthere. price for Cast, or in barter for country THE sale of the Cattle to be surrendered Joshua Ilickman, Jane; Ticker, 2 4 '" f',
a produce. H. II. PHILIPS the United States by the Seminole ,
t lleubln Hojjans: So.rabtcker.; .
Lys, gave .Cognomen. to this promontory t N. B.-CASH d for Cotton Hides DeerSkins Indians, under the 6th Article of the,Treaty Charlotte Hall U ''''
Ve will give tlie origin of tile name, as given Tallow, Beeswax pn Moss,,&c. ', of the Oth of May, 1833, with that Tribe, will Isaiah D.Hart,, 3 Thomat t Underwood. rilHERE JL will be a regular conveyance for :
Flotard's the road week from St. Mary' '
commence at place, on passenger* once a
of-the Boston Traveller '' Court. Jw '
;a j a correspondent' ; Jacksonville, Nov. 20., ,40tf leading from Micanopy to Tampa, about 12 Super. Geo., by Pablo to St. Augustine ; toleaveSt.

\\j ,Gen. :Pierre Van Courtlandt, an aged miles from tile Seminole, Agency, on tha 1st B.L Lancaster Andrew George;Woltom.Welch '2 3 Mary'* every Wednesdaynat 2 o'clock, P.(M, ,
lentleman of sicty, and the''ownerof" An- NET GOODS. day of December ensuing, end at Volucia, 3 Gabriel Waters, and arrive at Pablo next day.;; "'. ,
lony's Nose": as well as of his own. THE Subsfcrib r has just received from on the right bank of the St. Johns river; on John,Lawton. John TiWilliams, Persons, who wish to avoid a night exposure j ':), ''I
York, full supply of Fall and the 15th day of the same morth, and be con M on the water,will find very comfortable ',';: h j.
Before revolution i a vessel, was, pass- Winter Goods, co sislipg of '-. .' tinued from day,to day, until the whole that William ChuleiWilley, accommodation at Fcrnandlna, at Mr. A. 'l'-
ng'up the ,river, under,the ,command of a 120 barrels best anal Flour, ", maybe: surrendered at;those places respec- David McKees Morgan, ,' ,2 ,Timotlijf. Wlghtman y Dias'. 'and can leave. Fernandina the next ,i.

k apt.. Hogans ; when immediately opposite 100 half do, do do" tively, shall be sold. Thomas Moo 2 morninganderriveatrablothe'same: day.-
mountain the"mtte' looked rather 75 bbl Pilot Brad, ;:1. Sales will be made to the highest bidder, ISAIA 1 IlenrYI'oung.P. M. They can leave Pablo every Friday' morningat ,
[his quiz- :
. 30 do Irish Potatoes, '" and prompt payment requiredtrom;, purchasers T. 4 o'clock, and arrive at Augustine at U,' ,
a lically, first at the;;mountain,and then at the 20 hhds New E gland Rum, : '::a/1' in every case., SALE.j P. M. same day; leave St. Augustine' every
pptain's nose, which was not unfrequentlye 4000 lbs Bacon, \\ ;o'i +It It is probable that a considerable numberof FOR Sunday, and arrive at Pablo sam day. ,t'

c' of good natured remark ; and het 4000 do best Soap, Indian Ponies, or horses, wHl be offered at A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION, pleasantly Passengers wishing to visit St. Augustine, "
, subject', ; 10 quintals Cod fish, private sale or public,auction, at tile ,times situated, and healhy.! on tile St. will be accommodated on reasonable term. ",
t once understood' the ,mate's: ., allusion.-. .. !5.0: kegs Goshen Butter, and points assignated. Johns' river, in Duval countj; Florida, four Fare from St. Mary' by l'abloto, St. Augu- r;. ,
w What"says 'the. ,captain, ' ' Bupt. Seminole Rem. containing 000 acres, of which one half There i i.also a safe boat ,which' will run' .' .
ike call It then if An-
nose ? please Mess &Prime Pork Molasses Rice ,
'IJ my you ,Sugar, II \
((250 acres) Is 'good planting End in a compact once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville 5 and swill
Seminole 'Florida 4th Oct. 1835. ; .
was repeated Mackerel,,White Beans, Rump Agency:, has .
hony's nose. Tbo'stry on Whiskey body, and under fence. It a good depart and arrive .0'.1 to meet the mall '
I.I I. hare, and the mountain thence, forward as- and American Gin, Irish Dwelling House,with aU the ttlier necessary boat on''its' return from tit Mary' and the ,

turned ,the 'name, and has thus become 'an Wines.,:Porter, Lemon Syrup,&c.,&e.; 4 ,. NOTICE.' buildings required on a Plantation.: Those stage a* it arrives from Augustine.; Fare ,
-ALSOA -' TIIE subscribers having disposed of 'all who wish to; purchase, can tall on JOSIAU from Pablo Jacksonville $, All fare to. .
" everlasting monument to the memoiybf'th'eedoubtable'CaptainAnthony large assortment of Dry Goods-Boots stock ,of good. to Mr. WILLIAM GATES, who is on the plact' and will aid be paid at Pablo. ",C. TAYLOR. '" ,

,Hogans, and & Shoes, Crockery, Glass, Stone, Hard and RIDER, and having taken the'store lately occupied them irt. examination. of the premise*.- CTThe: Mail boot will leave Pablo lor fit. .- ;.
&c. &c., ,by them, theycheerfully'recommendtheir They will have a view of thi present ,
[Ins nose. Hollow wares, crop Mary' every Tuesday and return on Thursday "
customers to kirn. him or the subscriber ..
patronize and from at St. ,
Mary, '
.J I Cotton Bagging, Twine,.Rope, &c. settle all Tlie stage leave. Pablo every Friday
Mr. Rider is fully authoriied to Georgia, obtain the terms of sale..
The New,York SunSays the most impor-, for St. A ugu.Uno"and return onthe'succee
All of which will be sold at the lowest cash our; Book accounts contracted in"our'' store WIIIPPLEALDRICILJacksonville ; .. .
ant item in the)last received,London papers, prices.: M. K. PINCKSTON. business. Those,indebted us either by Aug. 17. 4w31 ding Sunday Gm3 <> ., I

[is the,rumor'that Poland b again to be,erect Jacksonville, Nov. 10,'1835.: '3Dtf! note or book account,are requested to call at ,JACKSONVILLE ,, :. .' .g ;, \
: }
.late store and the without delay.or
pay same $100 ;
Jed into an independent monarchy under the REWARD. '
NEW GOODS. suit will be commenced.. ... R. ._ _.. ., h AND, TALLAHASSEE ,, "' .: :
guarantee of 'which t\'om1hd'J of Monroe Coun ; I
[! the powerVT it wars $ ', BLANCHARD &RIDER., ESCAPED ,. ;
her Subsbscriber has just,received from. District of Florida, a'pri*- ; .
dismembered. "
set free' THE '
Suppose wholly York and Charleston, per Schr. Jacksonville, Sept.; 17th,'1835.; 35tf oner by the name of JAMES 'S. SIMOA'DS, ,,11.. 1 ,
would the,be Poland till'! What' power con George and Mary, a full assortment of who wo committed to my custody on three "i.

(restore to' her those; splendidly, heroic'men, ENGLISH AND WEST INDIA GOODS, NOTICE.HAVING indictment found by the grand jury of said. .,\
1 whom a tyrant's sword, dungeons, or Siberian AND GROCERIES purchased BIJ1XCIMRD fy County, on the several charges of murder, THE Public are informed thai a line of
stock of Goods in this place, piracy, and larceny, and made his es6ape by Barouohes'will ran between ..
frosts have, slain, or cruel edicts scattered which he offers for sale at the lowest cash and taken the. store recently occupied by mean of false keys on the night of the 14th .Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave this .

I over the,world in exile. prices." tLem, I calculate to replenish the stock with inst. He is a native of New Hartford,(Con.) plaoe every Monday) ,
(1T::: The highest price paid for al kinds of such articles as may.be wanted to have a a mariner and' has been for several year in O'Forty:: pounds baggage will be allowed'
We are.happy to 'see an'announcement of produce:..such as Cotton, Moss, Hides, Furs, good assortment for this market command of trading and wrecking vessels, to each passenger,and for any greater weight, t
the arrival at Key Wes as on &c &C. II. LIBBEY. OjfPurchasers will find"it for their interestto 'and at one time commanded the Bcnr. Lydia: ono cent per pound will be charged for,every }
'passenger call as above. of Philadelphia. lie is about thirty year of ten mile. .I
bard the, Laura, of" WILLIAM.' MARvIN, Esq." Black Creek, Noy. 19,1835. 39tt ID"Pay[:: on delivery: of thegoods.WILLIAM age, five feet five or six inches high, ha a DT:: 'are through, each way,'$25.JAMES ,
United States Attorney for the SouthernDistrict [03":: II. Libbey having been appointed agent RIDER. down cut guilty look, dark sallow complexion It ..IIAURIS. '

of'Florida.: If merit has its reward, for the Schr. George & Mary/he vill attend Jacksonville. Sept\ 81835. '35tf- but .from close confinement for several Jacksonville, Jan. 14. 3tf ',"J ,
to the receiving of all kind of freight. to or T.! 1 1 month had become somewhat rl1le,has are
Mr. Marvin will, we, feel assured become from Charleston. NOTICE. markable icar,on his head and tome scar CONVEYANCE FROM .' ,

popular, and find a lucrative, business. at his persons having demands against the I about his face. lie is well known in New JACKSONVILLE TO ST .

Southern sea-girt stoiton., FACTORAGE' & COMMISSION ALL of .MJ1RYIIOBKIRK, deceased, York where his wife' connexion reside.I I AUGUSTINE.:0
BUSINESS. are requested to present them duly: attested, will give the above reward if he i.i secured -I :

The,surplus revenue (this mo .entin the Subscribers intend estallishing on to the undersigned, on or before the' 1st day in any Jail: in the, United State, or the ., ',

treasury of:the United States, it is 'said, THE first November, branch of their of February next, and all peN>indebted to come reward with all reasonable expense if:
ito House in Charleston, S. C. for the transaction -: said Estate are! requested to make immediate delivered to me at Key West I Subscriber will run good Barouche! f
amounts to about What THE
just .10000000.( THOMAS. EASTIN, U. S. Marshal.
,. ;
of Factorage and Commission Business, payment.. good Horse from Jacksonville to.
be .,done ,withit, ? ,Appropriate some for under the firm of W. KINO'& Co: to be con- JAMES HOBKIRK > ."'.' Key West, July 25, 1835. St., Augustine once. week j to, leave this ,.1
the benefit of East Florida. ducted by their partner W, King and would WILLIAM J. MILLS.Ex tao, every Monday morning, and arrive inSt.
respectfully offer their services in both the Jacksonville, Oct. 1, 1835. 38tf R. D. GREGORY, Augustine on the evening of the tame day.

MORE TROUBLES-ANOTHER BOUNDARY cities of Charlestcn'and Savannah.,,to their IlUD7"/&eY.d Counsellor at Law.HAS Returning-will leave St. Augustine on ;; I
WAR.-By the. New Hampshire Statesman friends and the public. ,$00, REWARD opened an office in'Jacksonville: for Wednesday morning, and arrive at this place 'I
we learn that the Canadian govern.. R. & W. KING. 'RAN A WAY from the.uUcri- practice of the Ilfw. in the' several on the evening of the same day. 'f.urForty .

ment have intimated their intention of taking Savannah, Oct.:5,1835.. 2w39 ber, about two months since, Court of Duval' and of the adjoining doun :: pound.baggage will be allowed) '1
tie. to each passenger,and for any greater weight,
possession of the Indian Stream Terri- his two negro fellows, George "
NEW STORE. He pledge" himself that all business one cent'per pound will charged& for every
tory, on the Northern confines of New- ,and John George, a South I en- ten mile. .
Hampshire, though that tract baa been under THE Subscriber.has. just received a com Carolinian bom, is about ,40 trusted to his car.,,shall receive prompt and Q7:: Fare each way : / --Mffr.;>*svW1I.II ,-
the jurisdiction of that State for twenty assortment of English .and Wett years old, of the middle size, diligent attention. PHILIPS. .
Goods and Groceries which offeredfor well built be stammers so Jacksonville, July 15, 1835.:) 29tf ,
years, and was agreed to 'be left so until India are a Jacksonville,Feb. 2. ,6tt ::
much that times it is difficult "ot. .
the Madawascn is sale at the lowest prices. %, \i "
Much question adjusted J. P.. LEVY. to understand what,he sayi.John STORE TO:LET. 1
ill-blood and excitement exist. The i 20,000 LDS. OF liLAOKf'BIOSSTHE :
inhabitants have rebelled against New- i Picolata, Nov. 10. 39tf an African born" is about 28 black TilE STORE at MANDARIN re WAIYTEU", '1
sustain old, middle site,stout fat,and of a very occupied by K. A. Co- ,
Hampshire and the British authorities. Subscriber :will ,purclieiet: the above ,1
Both Those HIV, Eq.- will be 'rented on fair
them in,St.-{N;-Y. Star.MARRIAGES.. WANTED Complexion. terms.
two negroes are probably lurking in the a. good stand for business and
to the Print- ,
= this Office
an apprentice Savannah preyioua to lt Oc\ober.la large,
AT otWliitelvi Black Creek can be immediately.
neighborhood possession
| '
ing business,fifteen pr sixteen years old, or small qU4 liUea. .7 ';;:
Duval E..F. wh have their the
of good moral character and industrious bab- County, /re they Mandarin ,, near pren J.W.MORRELUSavannah
wives. at Mr.S.'T. Carey's and Johnat August 1e3j. 2JHf) ;
On the 4th inst; by Streeter, Esq., Mr. its, to such an one liberal eaconragement will Mr. Brown George*. June, 17. 4w27 q>

Josiah DuYal Gate, to Miss Mary Price,both of be offered. :NOT.f 19.CONSTAIILE'S The above 'reward will be paid by Mr. NOTICE. ..

County Francis Cue, Merchant in St. Augustine- IT WILL hold a Magistrates Court at the NOTICE.
At Mandarin,' on the 5th DJt., by A.' W SALE. thirty dollars 'on the deli/cry in toe Jail of X ,CourVbotue in Jacksonville: on the Kef ALL persons having demand s ir&init the
Critehton, Mr. John A. Fi. Fa. Issued paid of each of said besides the and in each of Mr. I'LEJOAJtTLKE GALA I
Esq., Summerall. to virtue of two writ of city negroes; Saturday month, at 10 o'clock, A. ,
Alias Louiaiarua Murray BY of a Magistrate'* ponrt, and to me reasonable expenses incurred to bring them M. In my absence any business left with TIER, dec. will prevent them properly attest-

OQ the 12th, by Oliver Wood, Esq., Mr. directed I will expose to public ale on Sat- there, or on the%delivery to the person tent O. M. Dorman Eq. will .be punctually at. ed.-will:and all person! indebted to said ,Ettte. '
Michael Fitzgerald, to MISS Mary Hartley. urday,' the 7th day of November next, be to receive them at any plica where they may tended to. S. 8TREETER, make immediate- payment toW 'I
On 'the 28th, by the '.ame, Air. Anthony tween the usual hours or tale, in front of the be secured with the proper information given Justice of the Peace. ., B. ROSS. .
Hagan, to Miss Sarah Tate. All of Manda. Courthouse,in the town pf Jacksonville, all to that effect to the Mid Francis Cue. June 17. 25 Jackwnville, July 25, 18;).. 29tt'TI

no. the right, title, and '''interest, of Elizabeth M. DEFOUGERES. .

:-.. Hendrick, and as adminiitratrix of the estate St Augustine,July 1. 29 PROCLAMATION, FOR SALE. .
of'Ezekiel Hudnal deceased in and to. K. Copper 8till,nearly new; one con.
DEATHS., By George. Walker Secretary, ,and Acting TWO .
land and Governor two hundred gallons, with: a
:== a certain tract or parcel cf lying NOTICE. of Florida. .
On being in the County of Dunl, and boundedon -\T7IIEREAB, an Election held the beater of the same capacity; the other COO.tain.lng
18th iOlt., at the residence of Dr GLEBE'S Owen wa on
the South by St. John Liver.'on the West Coanr \ Y V first Monday In May, 1835, for the fifty r&lJona'whicti will be disposed i
)Wood,Miss LOPUA WOOD, of Enfield,'N. Y. by Hogan' Creek and pn the North and Jacksonville, August 3d, 1835.: j election of a Delegate fa the next tongress oat term advantageous to the purchaser."'

East by vacant land,and contain two hun ALL person having any deed or other of the United SWeat for the Territory of For further particular inquire of O. Biro* '
MARINE JOURNAL. dred and fifty acre,by estimation; at present \* of writing to be recorded, Florida; and whereas atuld election, Jour IIOTOK :\VhitevilU: or at this office.Jacksonville .
in the occupancy of Col.June Dell; levied will please leave the money for recording the M. WIIITK received a greater number of May 0. IDtf
P01 T or JACKSOJrVILLEJfOVXifBER 26'ARBlYED. on u the property of the aid Elizabeth lien- same also-otherwise the deed or other in- vote than any other Individual, a* appear 1
=- ducks, and u adminUtntrix, &c. at the suit trumenU will not be placed upon record until by the return legally'made to me ; LAN KS or aU deerip oJ1l Printed .at
of S. Streeter. the fee U paid.' Now, therefore, in pursuance of lew l ,.I do j at this Office, at hbrt j notice. 'U'CI.

23*Sc.hr. Girard, Dewey, from N. York. WILLIAM IIICKMAN, Con.t&ble. Person having paper of any kind already hereby proclaim the told Joseph M. White, IITAleo:: Job Work In | handsome *tyle*
September 30 1835. MEMOR.WDJJ. u the work {. done, and I want my pay. to the next Congress of the United Bute. Justice ni JaDk edBill ofJ
a.ST. AUGUSTINE, NOT. 2.=Arrived.Sehr. .- Sale of the above property-1," poet ISAIAH D. HART Clerk. Given under mr'luiid this 28th day 0'( ding.-ManifeeU Ac.*-OJlMtaDttIJQr ale sa
.,Salad, helms, from St.;John*. poned to the 5th of December.next I. Jacksonville, Aug. 3. '29tf August, A. D 1835. O, K. WALKER. this_ office.: ", -' ,



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buy a rale prime lot of butter ir' said a 'FLORIDA. SUBSCRIBER .

MAW Arm WIFE.-In general let a wo- Yankee notion dealer, who had picked up s L The Southern Jlgriculturalist, having purc6ty

mini make a man's house agreeable'to him, a load from fifty different places, to a Boston Editor and proprietor Mr. Jolla its i l
o and he, will'in' time prefer it to nil oilier ;.., -D- solicits the support of. the friends J"1,
places. There are exceptions to this as kind of' butter is it,..r," said tho THE and rsigned Commissioners give not ture, and of the interests ;of Agritt
merchant. pursuant to .the Act entitled connectedtitla
o throughout the
Well as all 'other rule, but tho instances "An ActFLORIDA t amend Act CAP.T. IIUBIlAnn>! Southern ,
tlieASO ,
an incorporate lIe ,
hfo not The crror'which "The clear quill ; oil made by my wife, published this work for Mr. Ci
numerous. great P

t .; women fall into,'is, that they suppose the chumings.from 'a dairy" of forty cows; only. two ROAD COMP In'rsscLA, ;aporoved JACKSONVILLE February 15,1833 RAIL,, WILL Picolata run once, touching a week from at Darien Savannah, St. thus commencement practically, in the, year : 8'28, and from ht'i

r : lover and husband to bo the.same iiiclividual that the Do ka will be acquainted with the
But what again opened at Jack Mary's, and Jacksonville.: wbeh it should he lIIode' i.
makes i
,'-i i which is a palpable Jlistnke'--'fhe bus-: colois ?" said the it of so many different son rille, at' he store of I.D. Hart, Bay-street,: R. & W. KING, tion will be continued conduded. Its pub'I I

band may lovo as well as the lover, but his buyer. on the 4t9T < ay of May,,and continue open Agents Savannah. in the same heretofi the ternun
) / Will bear "Carnation, bear that now. I until the 1st of August next, to receive manner as
t passion : 'a n'clitTerent c nroc er.-It guess day Freight All slave his with I,
by improvements as
; 4r is tho'want of this knowledge that makes you would'nt ax that question if you.had subscription i for stock to carry said Rail Road payable be cleared shippers.at the Custom- As the subscriber is experience may 8I1gg@
must !
i married seed my cows, for they are a darn'd into eiecutfcn. passengers solicitous to
ladies troublesome ((0 their hus sight House. Journal the vehicle} for die make tb
specelder than tho butter is." By the 8th Section of
bands from that amendatory Act, information semminnting
a they arc not
supposition ,
the Conveyances for St. in readiness i only wi
eubsc'en for stock heretofore taken ( Augustine, regard to
if of I dished '
neglected, a man is out their eight for systems of e1
o A had skeleton have'a pric right to subscribe for the at Pi olata. husbandry but also
rtn hour of two ; they: are astonished hot Physician a so fixedth same mental efforts in erp
on'entering the amount of$tock on the New Books. July ?, 835. Agriculture Ilotlh
he can becapable of taking any pleasure a spring was touched ture, he inviter free and

.,, wherf absent from them I and attribute the when in an instant, it grasped the person 1SJMII D. HART,. nication from all persons unrestricted, CODIIII
'JJ.VES DELL occupied
i entering. An Irishman MA'CON: STEAMBOAT pursuits. Let in t UI),
want of that assiduous attention which (a stranger) no
Jr. J. MILLS that
i preceded their marriage, to disgust or cold called on the doctor for some medical aid, STEPHEN EDDY, '. facts or isolated eiperimenfsle too trivial Bolita
and. k- be
was shown into the commtmicttedAll svsfJm
indifference when in truth room where tho .
it JOS. B.
;( nothing L.4XCASTER.. kDot
more than"tho natural confeenucncc of nos- skeleton was-wit seized him. in--- &-- -mmnpnt---.---... 'Jacksonville, March 31, 183.3. -.>14 .,. .edge. is but u,elaggregate s-jsa-o_." h.....

", Bossing what vc,with ardor'aspired to attain. -Pat up( with this fist to defend himself j .t : Jars ; ana science ;, in every deparltllen)'IUUC<
j ,; brought to
J but to his GbODS.. perfection nbt
Whilo we are in pursuit! of any great'surprise ho saw the ghestly of through the in
figure diaennging.itself-when he flew Subscrib r has for pale the followingarticles above take this method'of mentality a.sin le exrraordina.ry
thing, tho. mind is in a continual state of TIlE company f by the contripution 1
ngitntipp- which gives activity to. all the from the house like lightning. A few days of erchandise. the public that they have' individuals of particulht ,..
} after meetin* Superior senses; but when wo once arrive at 'the j the doctor, (who might be $:I 50 ) two Steamboats,'the MACONand many'years, he is desirous apse
called a wait ing' skeleton) of per PaJ( EXCEL, which boats are,to run refl'u- as ,therefore,,tohu
goal wo tess coming out
are not happy perhaps, bgt A many facts to record
good cloth 371-2 c. '
quality Negro as
his pr yd. larly between Darien Macon can be furni
more calm,arid consequently less rapturous own. hou|o Ah, my honey). are you Irish Linen from 50 c to 100. Darien an leaving and from the planter who,is ,Led
there? Do think that once every week v ith two tow boats. his systelUatil>>i
in don't know
It is pou experimental
our expressions. in this state of Best plaid Homespuns 7 yds.-for $1.00, The steamboats labors, an
will dra account,
of of
tender tranquillity/if I may be allowed the you, with )' ur clothes on ?, He seized 3-4 Homespuns unbleached lOc yard water with only'26 failures as well a his successful h
per two in fl'ort
tbo good engi es each.The
pbrnse'that; .a man ,lib survey the doctor the throttle, and bestowing Superior fancy stripes 18 3-4c. company have been'at t be acceptable. ''If the last are worth/of J.-i
trough a faw hearty,whacks-there said,he take Silk h'dkfs from 50c ire expense to place recorded that they'may
partner of his fortunes the optics to $1 50, this line of steamboats m t e Ocmulgee and be imitated, the fa
1 of rensorj;unobstructed by the vapors of that for.the si veat you, gave me t'otherday. 4-4 unbleach* d Shirting 13c per yard by Altamaha and riverswould espectfully solicit should. The be noted in;:order to be shunned.

passion ; and it is at this period that a wo' the piece," or 6 j 'ds for one dollar by retail, the patronage of the'public This line ;will fellow subscriber hopes that this appeal loi h
man'should HOUSE D IDED.-A. father who Shirting bleai bed from 13c to 25c yd, be citizens'of the SUthviU( \
endeavor by the strictest at was pr a great facility for mere ants who wish to vain.. It not be i
'tention' word and cursed with nunruly' son remarked t Fancy dress nd furniture' calicoes from ship their goods the would be a'reproach to our Flank
W every action to fix on 13c by wa of Savannah or to meet the fate
to 25c
her husband's mind a'thorough confidence : him One day,|"I am going to 'divide the Sattinetts per froii- ird by the piece, Darien, to Hawkinsville nd Macon or \\in the ]last it of the Southern Review. D

'In her ,virtue, an approbation of her con house with ]|ou." The son expressed fa Superfine 87 l-2c to $123 superfine,. shipping Cotton' ,to San nan: Arrangements fered to fall may when be justly said, that it Was BL
cloth $4 ,
duct great deal of_ at the and I per yard, have been made to forward cotton'or was not only reariogt
a reflected esteem for her. char oy proposal, WU9anxious White and fed flannels from 371-2c to us a well merited fame 'as
to goods without detention a literary
btween !
: Savannahand peop
.acter in general.! bcjmmcdiately.inado acquainted C2 l-2c yard, but it was also
i. with tho nature of the division. ""Well 1 Bed per Darien. [ ; its from 'the vindicating the Southern hill)
n < i tickings from 183-4c to 25c unjust,
per yard, No exertion aspersions .which liail
or will be
said'the "
MOTHER') TERsTherois touch fathcjy, determination is this Musquito expense spared tgive o been so liberally.
netting, good quality bestowed
$123 the
I shall keep fall the inside ;, pr. p& greatest despatc /to goods or cotton section 'nf upon us out of oij
.ing sweetness in a mother's toars'whethey ;, 'of_the bouse. ALSO shipped by this'line country. The SouUlern Age,
fall upon the face oCher babe, which! and you may Jake the r sL" A good assortment of fancy beltribbands_ cuuuralist""' in some measure supplies ti!
for !
,l 1 no eye can behold without imbibing its in- f" shirt buttons-silk-sewing silk-ball and Agents the above bdata : place of th@ Southern, Review, .BO far

fluence. ,Upon such hallowed ground, the A :GOOD IISTODffi&-t" \Vhat ,do 'yo spool thread-writing pl1peruperior i.do.- L. BALDWIN & ro.' 'Savannah. ? gards the,circuntstances'last alluded to.at rr i I

foot profanity (dares! ;,not approach. In I wish to get I irfyour bottles?" said,a grocer ladies white hose' -:-horn' and wood combs- J. GODDARD & Co. Macon.: serves as a'Register not only of methods

:fidelity itself silent and forbears its scof' to a.little boy as he entered the. store. silk 'and 'cotton;, umbrellas=and 'a good asp IITCHEL & COLLINS, Darien. Husbandry, but also'of facts relating to 01

fing 'And hero woman displays not tier "Mother wants to get a' cent's worth sornme&t ofDRUG 'J. ,E. &. B. DELESO;; Charleston. system of Slavery. ,The subjects of the deci

'weakness, but her'strengdj'It is that your best yeata" Which bottle will you I [CrTlie abov ]AND JUEDICMES., Dec. .!. 1 Slaves lined the are treatment, characters of ou
k'I I strength attachment which can nc'verto have ..it in ?"1 I'll have it in both randy I ty, and.will be told for a are small of the advance best quali for constitute'topics- fairly as suited tO its, pages, it,

LAND interesting
its',full intensity, realize. It is perennial, u.will plea: 3 to put a cork iri'em.'Can' \L cash, 'or'produce'} ." AT'ST. PABLO. as any which can nnen.st.'e.' and n".importan,,..., .'

'W dependent. no climate, no changes-but you send it IbmeS'cause' I'm, going an t[ JOHN'W. 'RICHARD': FOR SALE.n. tention or the.attention d o"U of those i

alike in storm sunshine it othervay.'f Well, where's' ?'! Jacksonville 22. 0 I Subscriber offers for' feel. a legitimate abroad,vl l
or knows no your cent [ aa .. 4tf THE sale for): cash, or interest in our concerns.
shadow of turning. ,A?,father, ,when he Mother says you must charge it!" Negroes, or good acceptances The subscriber begs leave;in conclusion
aees ms-cmid L- -i.i going' to the dork valley, will WARE the following'tract' of fine Live Oak ham to remark, that if he had not undertaken t

weep when the shadow of death. has fully SOLITUDE.I say,? said a dandy to an HOUSE. mock land on St. Pablo Creek, bounded as continue the publication of-this Periodical it
;, 'over intelligent mechanic JAMES II. COOKE, No. 100, Broadway follows, viz:-on the West Pablo most probably would
come him, and as the lost parting "I Bay'I've got?an by Creek,' have been either rf
khell foils his idea. in .head." York, >ffers for sale every kind and on the North by Winslow Foster's land mov d, from ,our city '.
on ears,may say}," I go down my bualityof'' Sofa the East on cu suspended/
Sideboards and
; -Secretaries it
to tho,grave for my son mourning ;"buf the Well," replied the other, "if you don't Bookf Cases-"ables of, all 'descriptions- Taylor, containing two by hundred lands of Cornelius will dependnot will be' in his power to continue it.
r ;hurry of business draws him away-the cherish it with great.'care, it ,will die for Chairs' of .every quality] -High post and three acres.': For particulars toT thirty the only on the'Pecuniary bol

tear is wiped from his 'eyeind if when want of companions." French Bedsteads of Mahogany and Mapl o- D.apply ers. He "of SouthernTlanl
lie retunis to his fire-side the Hair and Moss'.Mattresses ART or in confidently now leaves'tlih matte j
vacancy in ; -Feather Beds- i JAMES DELL. their hands;feeling full

t tho family circle reminds him of his loss, To contradict a man in his argument is Looking Glasses-Carpets-and a full as .JackspI.liUe: Jan. 22. 4tf I there is wanting on the a part of assurance our Planter 1k
the succeeding day blunts the poignancy to knock at his'door to ,see if there is sortment of every thing necessary to furnish neither the liberality nor mental
1' '
any energies w
+ of his grief; until at length: finds no per- body at home.SUNDAY. a house. | NOTICE. cessary to sustain the Southern !
' 'manent scat in his breast. Not April 7. 3wl5 arsons A. Agriculturist
so with her ALL indebted to(the subscriber E. MILLER, Publisher.

,who has borpe and nourished the tender MORNING NE.'YS. SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. ,r by Note or Book account;are re.,;; Charleston, S. C. Pec. 1,1834.

blossom. It lives in the heart where it : GREAT BARGAIN quested t j settle the same without Persons desirous'of subscribing can !
TilE Sunday Morning News has now been A is offered, in the delay; and to W. T. opp;
was' first entwined tn.the 'drenmin/j/ hou rsmonths the public for upwards of;three sale of a New Sugar Mill, from West no credit,will be given at my store after the office. WILLIAMS, Savannah, or at I th

of'night. She IIp'ea' its playful' mirth and if any i criterion can be drawn Point Foundry; diameter of Centre Roller,' 10th Marh.. ARDY- ,'P- ILIPS., 8

hears its plaintive cries. "Shosecks'it:) In from the number of iU patrons and subscrib two feet two and a half inches,and two outer Jacksonville, March 3. lOtfORANGE

i the. ;mormn:rw and "goes' to tho grave ers it has'met with a flattering acceptance ones, .one foot ten and one-fourth inches- TIlE BOSTON PEARL AND LITER
weep there." %. and the principles, it baa been guided by in i with Iron cogs,'points, "&c, as' lso'a set of [ ; ,STICKS., Published: Y GAZETTE.-Volum weelr. ,.Fourth!!.

its management, have been Kettles from the noted Foundry everv --, hv-
.. approved and Scotland. \ be paid for One
TilE sanctioned. As a of known by name of the Carran CASIIwill' hundred Or- ISAAC'C. Pl&YJm.The. .
SWA LOCII consequence Foundry
> ior Oiciiv A solitary sea increased warranted of various sizes .work
delive. -
wild swan may be seen ,on Loch Oich'. It circulation, its advertising'friend.. have and proof, as malleable Iron. The ca ry at this pffice, immediately. number published'weekly,each
com> foward in of the ,March C. containing eight
pacity large
lias sailed there for large numbers ; andas it may is three hundred quarto ?age
? thirty or forty years, in now be considered gallons and proportioned | qual to sixty duodecimo of raised-]
fairly afloat pages-
and ,
and rising on graduated .to GR
Bummer winter ( laneoqs
,, "with ,nrchcd neck TNATIOf1AL WORK. and
the tide, on&5nal
of !
between-ltd public favor, it affords an adiSra sixty' gallonS, being four'' to _the set; all of matter, printed on sup-
'a white wings mantling." It bad ble vehicle for the dissemination of such In- which, with C oolers, Vats, and a Cistern AMERICAN MAGAZINE fc7hlto P.Per' with'perfectly new type. A

mate, but about twenty -years ago, the telligence as those engaged in business'wish contain thirty hogsheads' of Syrup, .will be Of useful. pd Entertaining.Knmcledqe le be title page and correct index will
,to it
master of a trading vessel (more wantonly to communicate to their correspondents and disposed of, if ipphed for shortly, for.at least justratcd by numerous Engranngt. furnished, and the work at thrf end of lie

.barbarous than tho Duke I of Cumberland customer twenty-five pe; cent below cost. BY THE JlOSTOX.BEirjCK of year, will form an excellently printed volume

'when he burned-tbe old castle of Inver- The number of papers A line directed! to, E. B. COX,.on Sidon COMPANY. four hundred and sixteen: pages'equal 1 to
supplied three
'gary) shot the bird. Tho addition to casual Plantation,.;McIntosh County THE success which has attended the thousand duodecimo '
Glengarry swan, enquirers, in to the regular subscri Georgia, (as of the pub- ine,volume pages. '
however its ben Manager,) wilj be attended to. best Magazines from the will contain twenty-six pieces
kept solitary on
Last u
range. very great and Press of
is English has music
led for
'winter constantly March-12. to; the Piano Forte &c.. equal i 0
three other 4w11 ,
swans lighted oh the increasing; w another proof of i suing a periodical more uWlJldSid one hundred of which
common sheet music
lake ;i they remained/a month'or two and popular approbation and a sign ofthe attractive ,NOTICE. to the ,
of the
wSti-flld.Vlte American W purchased 1
It was thought the recluse would depart ,character of its general and. miscellaneora An act ssed by the lic. be pub than ? separately for *
By Legislative Cqun the dollars
content. ( object of the pro ; and the publisher is determined '
"with them., Hut it had apparently desire : ofthlS Territory, at ,;t-'last session pnetorstomake the work:' what its i to.procure the pimple rather than !lie

? jo change its wonted elation.,As swans Under these favorable circumstances,the and approved- br the Governor,.Feb. 14th, title indicates, it will, nevertheless, contain difficult. .
Lave been known live Sunday Mvrntng fieies will 183G. the Subscribers were all articles of Although
to interest
upwards of a century proceed with re- appointed Com to its patrons, which the publisher places no de(*n-
we hope this faithful bird will escape doubled confidence and energy, in laboring! missioners'to open Books and receive sub appear in foreign Magazines: dance.:whatever, in the support of it,as iBI

accident and cruelty! and live through two to gnuify the curiosity and taste of the pub.. ecription for the stock'of a' Bank to be loca- Extensive preparations have been entered rary paper, from its engravings yet then r D1
or three he, in all the various items-.of intelligence ted m this Town, to be called THE BANK into, both with Artists and Authors be presented ,
generations more to grace the which OJ' to fur occasionally, plates from copper
chores of form the staple of a weekly journal.r JACKSONVILLE. AfT all I- of the! !and wood of beautiful fin-
Loch Oich. -- Union workmanship: 'and
.,' "i.: ; 0 :: 6 .man of business ,will be sure to End ,In pursuance f which, th---*- _Snt-.h.___w...''.''._. of everv. snb.Vrtwhich --,--. -nf'.drawings.;....f......_._._. fah-. Already, have anAanri.,1 a. heantiflu
-- "relJ1lhe most r, ent and : hereby give notice, that the Books the publishers ?"I engraved -
lilUJ\T correct information for Sub- confidently believe portrait of James Fenimore;; Coop r.,
P """"T10 .. A comr'plaint ,the ntat the Bcnption for the stock in enable them will
upon foreign and domes said Bank, will be I to issue a work honorable executed on steel, and bat
of the heart, growing out oran inordmate tic markets, the current of business, the arrival opened in this Town, at the Counting-Room title and acceptable to the American to ita i engraved a chaste vignette
i pap on .
People copper.
longing after of 'and of Messrs. The
difficult & American
ve88el.r ; Rider, corner ot Magazine is Its contents will be a
'obtain. It attacks' persons of both sexes with'm e afiklrsj iajHifflwm Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock,A. M. monthlyeacJ Lumber published there will be a genernlvrecardPfc"QCcei various and spirited,
generally between the ages of and'thirty meet with faithful abstract on the fourth day 4f May next. forty and containing between v
fifteen of the iii<),e. fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two Statistics, Obituary nptices, &:C" de. in
I } ome have been known to have it here menu of parties,with legislative proceeding W J. MILLS, DoitAR per annum, payable in advance. addition to the Tales,I' ends,Essays, Tv;

at together with 'details ,of We political WILLIAM RIDER. It comprise ortraits aid BictgfaphicaJ elling. Literary, Fugitive and nistoric l

.. SpirrQMs.-.Absence of mind-mine operations on the continent of Europe, and. STEPHEN EDDY, ketches ofdisti! uished Am ricans Views Sketches, Biography foetry&c. making

r things wrong names-calling tears nectar!. varied every other and diversified 9uuterofthe reading : the lover of IS IAU D. HART. of provementa Public Duildiags, Monuments, and; im elegant paper for the parlor,and for the"lour
and will find the Covtmutimert. ; Landscape of polite literature I*
sigbs zephyrs will
gratifying his E.
appetite f. Apri12d,1835. variety and beauty of Which secured from American
poetry' ant musics-gazing on the in thi some of the most popular
moon I lupplie.r
as possible; while the admLrHf country,will tom an authors.
and stars-4ooth ache, loss of literature will unceasing source or in.
appetite be traction
: no- sure tQ discover TREASU Elt'S NOTICE. and anon The work
glectofbusiness-loathin for all to suit their something ; Engravings an d will be printed aa well.aadeoB-
things tastes in
the choicest ,extract descriptions or the Character Lain as much SlIDJI
save one-blood-shot in the from ''native and Birds habits, &C. of reading matter as any :
eyes, and foreign TREASURER'S Beasts flakes
con periodicals
and i in : I and Insects quarto paper'now published in the Umted
scant desire : the contributions of I with together
toeigh.Erricrs. poplar Tallahassee r-i< States
and March subject
approved'writel'lJ. OFFICE'J COnnected with and it can and b caUthe
the safely truly *
: .-A strong heart-burn The tone preserved an act paW 21st graphl, History tiatural Geo.
-pulse be throughout VwUl BY i it and Artificial cheapest journal of the kind.
high-stupidly eloquent that of scrupulous morality u provided that all Bonds waress of the re IFRMS
eyes sleeplessness 80 that the executed by country,illustrated in -Three dollars annum, u tht!
a familiar
.... and all that sort of things. At times imag? most fastidious shaU have nothing to object t Auctioneers,shall be forwarded l Judge ud popular manner, .. paper is firmly established-to per be paid in iM

t'0'l.1fjnght-bowers; ; of roses, winged to OD this .core-and the wish oftlie proprie of the County'Gofrt to the Treasurer of Boston Bttcitl vance. Two dollars for six months, t? H

,CupMs i ,'ana butters peas and then again tor, as it has been and will continue to bi his Territory of Florid ; and thataU Auctioneers No. 47., Court Street Cosspaay.e p& _

of duty ai well as his desire, shall be to shall Qtfrt5rI'-m1"hTe or:: Editors Boston! 1
oceans despair, racks tenures and hair- in mute commencing on of pfews
columns ia well the let the
triggered pistols. arranged ,and digested January] transmit to the Treasurer United States, who will publish -
all that U
order sound wider
oath Before
taken foregoing
Censor-Get married. ture, amusing in ut, inrtructi.lTnthe liters. 'of all ale effected by him some, .iib Judge the a copy Alaguiae PrOlpectUl1 and notice the contents of the JOHN A. SII IOWAY,
m" "'" ten, and for and amount uom totimeahall P.talEs ats and ,Merckandb Broker X', e
w necessary a correct appreciatS* at what time ana place, and for whom to the fiat Tolume. be entitled ,
We can have DO stronger proof of a ofpassing events. the same was nude. Now, all Auctioneers i Euluw -ttrea, Boston, Mus. .

want of rood t breeding than to hear onecontinuallyjcomplaining The popularity now enjoyed by this journal) are required to take notice of said law, and post Any person remitting the Agent, k. mail, .WILL attend to the selling and bat o/th a
paid Real
of abuses from will be the best guarantee w conform to it, ot suit*upon their Bonds must TeD Dollars, shall receive six. E sae.'n every part
careful copies
sdhe for United
others. ... be instituted. one year-and States. People desirou. of emiting
n .i* renc to the meansbvjrhich it Judges of the County Courts II the continuedlong
and the WM acquired:; are requested without money is regularly forwarded. from one part of the Union to another,
patronage hithertO delay to
Bought fl-iendsliip last no longer than extended toward forward A liberal can always *>
will be information J
price receive correct
it, the droprly certified and approved paid for
i' whilo flattering the Beads appropriate
we are paying for it. 0 aDd
encouragement tea well order
< perseverance In th mal Auctioneers in powssion.CHARLES. written articles, or dnxingn applying at his office. He will receive
1'Be' sober;temperate and economtcal "' e Cpurse. t. tratiof.. national subjects for various kind Merchandize, delivered\

f! '4 ..,..\.. ., NewYork. uruat.l6.. t r n... r Treasurer of the Territory of AUSTIN Florid,. Subscriptions received, )at this gang office intere.L at any part of the ,Union. Communieationddresaed '
Dec. 25 *
IB3t 1 to bun wjjj be promptly atteaded
f ,. to- Jan. 1,1835.


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