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: December 3, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002025285
oclc - 09263722
notis - AKL2850
lccn - sn 82016251
System ID: UF00028424:00049
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; ; COURIER, OBADIAH.> walk over' the farm> him an opportunity diance in vain ; and he had seen the sunrise could be' Introduced for tho of i
,PUBLISHED pici A WXEX BT ,4 You are a good-for-nothing rascal! of performing the,sune tender purpose
lazy duty so often that it had lost all, its novelty. supplying her with foods lie then to al

L. ,C URR 'ER. said an exasperated farmer to his son. Oba- towards the horses, ,be ;figs,,, and the old His feelings were awakened by wand- lay the ,suspicions of his' neighbors, .i
diah Davis. You, have neither .watered cow.<< ,All things being; length' settled to- ering affections, nor was his clear and calculating out that ho had sent his gave
T&luts'-$4-: I-r\'ar'payable heir\ 'yeo.rlyhi the I horses nor fed: the pigs. There's Sal his satisfaction,' he startetj J on his way.- brain' disturbed by, the intrusive boarding school ,Shortly daughter afterwards lie a '
( advance.-Single aers12 dents., scolding down stairs ''beoiusd The,old dog Cajsar ifter him I
there's'no c me wag- ,visions of fancy. 'Nature, art, beauty tend spread abroad: rumor that she won dead '
Adv rti(.ehientB'h inserted, and contracts wood cut for''-the oven ; apd you have left ging his tail affection atetyjand entreated fashion, all went on with their Various rev and went into, mourning f1>'rher.: During .
made for yearly advertising, on reasonableterms. the bars of the lane down, ind the cow baa' 1 eloquently, ,but,in vaiito i, t Accompany his olutions and adventurers,, witho affecting seven years the unfortunate girl ,remained ,It
No advertisement{ will ,be inserted gone to neighbor Humphrjy'a field. 'Get :master upon his novel dltlon. Many him-his time was devoted to Ids duty, enclosed In' this, dungeon. Every week II i
unless paid for Jn advanse; out you lazy good-for.nothng: loon-out of sensitive, folks would,, l haV yielded ,a few and he knew no other,pl nsnre. \ her father'took her down fresh straw to : I
All communications diy mail be' addressed sight I' softregre"to! the quiethid:! beautiful aj
may my really Ten years\passed away, and wrought lie upon, an'd'a measure of boiled
toll; CoRRlKft, Tublisher r of the Courier Mr. Davis six. feet I he was leaving/ iorever.ut. potatoes, .
high spo
: was : Obadiahwas pthaps With it as usua many unexpected changes, which was to serve for, the whole nourishment ]? I
,postage in all Caws, to be' paid. not more than nW feet three, The ,, Obadiah never dro tied ,regretting Charles Chatte ton, the mould of fashionand until the'.next .visit. About' thniewebka'a
"' I"fr last adjectives, with their terminating noun, ,whal, he ,was doing bS'biil)wn accord.. He tho glass ?form had been left In poverty a happy accident! "' delivered herIftftpf ..
'AOElfTS' 'YOR Tfc COURIER.: were rendered( 'mucl:!'inCre emphatic by, I.therefore cast i; inly1: if xy' retrospective: bY'the failure otthis father. Bred tin ftom'thidreadful': : dlipnce. ''One 'of the
DIi"' the hearty cuff, with winch each was ac I glance ;ripen the;atet: *,oi\is boyish ttaina l hi all the JuXIJ.tb"ar"rOW i unprepared id l. maWs ;;*'wlfcMfclJf bi1t1't4en"- rSxclted """
Xe i te-:Joseph R.Sanchez.. companied,:and the J last explanatory push, and pleasures ; and having survtyed f. it a meet its ruder scenes, I Uf was .inadequateto 'by the Athcrycoitwtcl!iI ''c and.by the .
.Spring'Grove; -J.; GarrisonEsq.P.! M. which came from the palm ofa hand biaw- I moment with ,one eye, shut' began his' 'support himself. II 1 fine effeminate circumstance of.lts being strictly forbidden(
.Jl.maann-E. A.; .' riy with fifty,years I labor, formed a hint riot 'journey! ,,whistling' r k Doodle.\ spirit broke 'down, and I in poverty, to all'tho family to'enter the cellar. resolved
GEORGIA; to be mistaken, that the negligent youth's The disadvantages under which hVVitored n glc'ctctlliy his former fiends, and awaiting to'approach the interdicted cave. When

St. Marys-A. Doolittle, Esq. P. M.SaDann company was no longer wanted.Obadiah was immense.. Without' educatioK a miserable death., at the uoorslio beganlo sing, and soon afterwards
A-S. Philbrick, Esq. was a lubberly looking fellow ahd totally' destitute cf experience in the ST Obadiah on the contrary, has succeeded she heard, Aim cry in the corner -
Mac !,-Edmund, Russell: about twenty.. lie bore the beating with. fashionable or literar i! world }r friendless, \rood aU''expe'ctatio ,;; His skill and Approaching"! tliu,',,spot whence the .'
good grace,the necessity which frequent and almost ,pennyless,he was to make his knowledge have acquii i for him a high sound proceeded, she was soon informed!
LINES, experiment had inculcated ;and, without own'way among thoe who had enjoyed reputation, and he is r.pidly/ Amassing a: tho circumstances of this horrible 'affair.---
Written after,hearing Rev.Mr preach< saying a word to his parent, he went down' I proper'' instructions anl high friends I'rom fortune;which he will d-ubtlcssknow how The maid immediately Information'to
from, the words"And Death, the lastenemy the lane.a'l1eglectof the bars which form- theta birth-who., had been': ushered into to keep 'as well as to obtain His manners, tlte'autho'rhics of the plClce, who on, arriving -
shall be destroyed. ed' one of the counts in the declaration public1\life with tho honors of college; and too, have hiecomo'polisli.j;! since his intercourse -' released tho :wretched being f from her ,
Then'Death's triumphant: reign shall have an against.him, and sat down on a stone in a who !would scarcely, i dgard the plain and with tho:world, ind the rough and long and doleful captivity. The father and '
eni 'J little grove of trees, and by the side'of a retiring country:, boy; except 'with' smiles awkward country lad is low one ofthe rich-; mother have been ,placed in custod Tho ,
brook ,whose, waters swept, rapidly over and derision. cst and 1 .:m celebrated.I lawyers in ono of unfortunate girl,on boldg restored to the
And Man's'destroyer, Himself,be destroyed" their sandy bed, and filled the air ,with ,Ilia advantages;' bovjevcr were' not by' the first states in the Unjn. His influence light'of;day,, most hideous\ I Inppcnrnncc.
:And the Grave's'! ,triumph: and the' sting of freshness and with music. ''lIe ruminateda himself disregarded.. .lrknewli strengthofmind is visible'upon .a)large! rtion of society ; ShownMtttabie, to stand,'her
'death, while with his' under lip,out in a pouting which had 'gDNvii\ (Up in the solitude and there are rumors of an, intention to legs ImvSng'becn BO,long bent under; her as
Hath each a limit set by the Supreme.But way, which with him, as well as others, and quiet of naure's"'abodes; uaa-' send him to Congress. I to have 'deprivedher'of all use of them.It .- ;ti''
how? [What makes, an end' of Man's was a sign of some internal agitation.' '' 'I wakened by the dissipation'. of passion*,and What,a pity it is that fie fine and delicate' was hardly possible to recognizea hu- !11
,Yes he exclaimed-for shouldnot of innn being In the 'tDt er blo and,deformed
why Untrammelled by the litters of a bad system enjoyments our native are so often inconsistent -
foe ? '
sworn, a farmer's boy !address the groves and of education,' .lle.knave that he had groat ..with"YorldlslIcrOM: :: ; and,that object.-[Courrlcr :F ancals,,
'And Him,that,hath the power o'ersuch a foe? invoke the'rurl'spirits, as well as Tell or difficulties' to'strugglongainst; aha.that he wealth and jfame mulu:'ibe bought by: so : I
lie tells :jtia'the dawn of life eternal 1 1"Pis r Brutus? Obadiah the' sacrifices of PRACTICAL', Parr tns.-It is ;
:you" yes, says ; drawing I must depend upon huiself'duly; to s pplycleficlencles many fceliie and afluction.Neal'.e :singular
immortality to'Man, that dooms sleeve of his coat across his mouth, with ''all of rlture and" art by his [ Yankee.MARRtlOE.'f ., how many practical! printers are at the head iof j
The downfal,of this dreadful visitant. mare of a View of.comfort than of grace- own unwearied appliution.. ,. I ,tho' newspaper and periodical 'press at "
'T ''tis life Ineffable and 'yes,' I'll bp darned if I stand this 'ere any I.' e S e \ ho hofpineas; of the married the in Great Britain and
light; pure ; more. I i'nt't be beat like a'dog all my I ''In a splending draving room of a well state depends intici.on conformity of this country,: and how;mnhy gentlemen of
The spirit's comforter-the high bequest, life, and I think I may as well give dad the\ known city, a ijiitleman was taste. Miserable\ must fiat person t he w the sanie profefision1 I have been, conspicuous II
young ; entertaining
:Willed by the Almighty Father,high in Heaven slip novas any other time. I'll tell him some young iilies. The girls were- ,intellect ,of,i' high order hor'p088esaing in the !halls/ of legislation, and the walk. 1 r

on t. ,1C he's a mind to. give me a trifle so lovely; ,, and they, asell, as,the graceful cultivated taste, Is docked to, pass his or of science atid elegant literature. Notwith-: ',
jTo each,weak,mortal ushered into life. much the better, if be ai'nt, why, ,he may: youth whose haudsbndy, turned periods her life in the closest Son with ignorance, standing the sneers of would-be-gentlemen,

The, gift,the legacy i,which none hath power; l let it alone' excited so much plouiure! ; and whose attic ,vtilgarjty, or stupiditji Miserable must and their aftcctrd' depreciation, ,of tho very
Or to deprive, or,make the value less. It was abouttwd days after the preceding ,, wits produced such urbts merriment, ,that person J be ,who, cCt( sober, sedate; reflective Individiials'by/ whoirr they subsist; w6. do
event that Mr. Davis was surprised at seemed whirling wry the hours delightfully turn of triuis doomed to live, not know a prouder or more gratifying title
: And Death, the.last destroyer-he shall die-! the appearance of his'son equipped for a ,, in;: all the 'Chaining familiarity ,of and if possible to IqvSi being,who is the than that of a member" of the "art Iro.crvlltlvef'alJ" -

I -And the last Enemy}, and aU for what journey., .lie started at him for a moment high,life. A ringing :-\vu beard at the door, essence of folly; fiiyoity, and. rude ''gaiety. : rt', hy which.. ( currency
For Man's redemption Man's felicity. partly silent from displeasure and.I partly and.a servant anuoii iediMr. Obadiah Da- Mberable must thatjxmson no what having and, BtnbUity are; BveDQ.. tiwt. fl ctinff'and
from cultivated time ,of is otherwise! transitory speculations of: tho
surprise. vis'who occidently,plked in with his hat principles morality, ; "
Who burst the bars of Death, and rose on Well father,'saicl Obadiah with some on, and, without th slightest embarraaaibiuess. condemned to :press on his or her bosom, philosopher''and. the moralist ; by which
high, hesitation; I'm come to bid you'good-by.', ment, proceeded to I The polite- one,who is regardless of moral principlesand tho bright'conceptions of the poet are im-
To' bid me good-byyou fool l why attendan mocks at religion. Yet how often in bodied in a durolile form. and are'can vcy-
er the' thraldom of the ? ness'ever real ,
Triumphant upon gentility
o grave ed wherever wave dances wind Mows
where are you a going p',1'10 / all the our progress through life, do we meet with a a ,
prompted restrain their
Who shut the gates of Hades on the foe, going to seek my fortune in the disposition towards cot Lrth any, while to Mr. Davis such couples, jmired riot matched,'' who or ,a I language, is spoken ; ,:which is the

And took,upon Himself sinner's load, world, father. I know. ,,I an of no .use to presented his letter introduction, and the together instead of administering I to source'of every': refined and elegant pleasure ,
And washed the sinner's stains with His own you. I think I can do almost as well any gentleman was per lug the 'same. But th 'happiness of each: other, by- pursuing ;; to which ail.the modern cultivations 'I
where else. I ca'nt do much at all the same pleasures and the and improvements in science owe their or
blood? worse when, after having fi fished and folded cultivating
up i to which l the liberal arty indebtedfar
events. So I dOto York Nine tastes of : are
Twas Him of Calvary. .Heop'edthe way am going or the letter Mr. Cha Tton introduced Mr. possessing: congeniality
somewhere thereabouts to along by feeling, and only,on one subject,that their expaiislonand; .influence'an4) every
get agree
Davis to ladies from
To life eternal! bounded Death's reign, myself. is a gentleman of increasing each other's wretchedness.- member which i 1.1 as much superiorto '

And sealed toman his'immortality.Go Warm and.deep feelings,thank heaven I the country the profession, whose o law eatiori,the it lurking was to smile pursue Hannah More iu hero Ccolebs search,ofa the supercilious and, sneering sciolist in : ;

for truth are not confined to.the wealby or the wise, curled their wf) ?, describes in her usual felicitous literature and manners, as the man bf sense i i
;hear the preacher, ye who, seek rosy lip n spite! of themselves ; I
is the
to drivelling idiot, or thepolished
and nature fashions her humblest hearts manner in the folio the evils
: as wing passage
and Mr. Chattei-toti inself while he
And the road to
long'havd wished to know performed of New York London and Paris
rich in 'strong'aud 'delicious affections'as which'rcs'ult from a union where. there is ,
all the' nece duties which the '
peace; those which beat beneath flashing stars.- of the ar/ no congeniality of feeling.: to the half naked'savage'" pf the Foejee Is
Ye who filled with doubts in error's night, etiquette day quired, added to the lands. There,'is scarcely acountry news 'I"\ ,
are Mr. Davis loved bis son'foi many reasons. humor of his f read : wllow dull we find it when civility corn- !
good company "
Arid pant for'the' bright Sun-of Glory's beams, He was the only pledge of one who' had rope by a wink that id not merry'' altogether; pals us,to: pass even a day with an illiterate J papcr'whIch I is not edited' and< stirred the pass in _. ,, and. the majority ofthe t
To warm'.your ,stubborn hearts to ,heavenlylove. up romancu earlier, feelings Unobserved. man!-Shall wo. not then delight '
and whom now the nero sod covered t kindred acquirement of a dearer friend ?- Journals? ofUie cities la'shnitarly, cit.'
Mr. with
and 1 Obadiah i his J co plied his request Shall in who cutmta'ticed ; which is a high eulogium on
ordinary us was general which the rfccormendatlon of we,not rejoice, a companion .
,Go ye, and hear, whom sad necessity appearance, sometimes'turned, upon! him! friend,, he upon bad mad, to be allowed ''to file l a has drawn,less copiously iwrhaps,from the the Industry of t these; talents gentlemen, perwverericef and arid at once eniterjirise : i 11
Hu made to wander, thro' a labyrinth'Of with expression of ere, or1 replied inuirth his certificate in.theoffice where the same rich sources,with ourselves, who can ,
younggentleman the to be well entitled to
metaphysics dull and duller heads' witb'asmile'wbich'recalled her td ( Ue ins-ructions of nU f father relinquish the beauty we quote and..trace proves' profession ,1 1th
his memory, with feelings which'he foundno the allusion at which we hint ? 1 do not deIJgi'Uition'gra liberal art. ;
Of, those who clothe themselves with,the where else in the wide world.' Besides, ,. was also studjing' law. .. mean that learning w absolutely necessary, N. :York: Mirror.iuxuMN. '

grave airs he was always honest and affectionate, and Time ,passed on1 C. Cbatterton, In the but a man -of tavto who has an ignorantwife '
Of ghostly comforters,'when"'there's no comfort though' he never ,discovered that, kind ,of full;.possession of an ample fortune and cannot in her company think his own .-I s8il1g'faP'ldfy along the ,:
activity' which might have rendered him surrounded,by all the blandishments of life, thought 'nor speak his own language. current bf.iimV, we are almost Impercepti ; ,
Go and glad ears useful in the station which he bad occupied i found a thousand tbirgs to charm him his suppress, his language blYllurround d with the fading beauties of J ,
'To ye .listen-open your : ; yet be was his son, and as such, he felt from his office. He wu young, and gay he will debase-the one from hopelessness, the past summer, and discover at once the :
>your Heavenly'Muter'.. laws, "preclaimed more than he was in 'the habit'of'puttingin and witty; His society was courted by all' the other from compassion. He1 must be triumphant return,of Auttiran "'The, voice 'j I
: ... ; :f words. His eyes appeared moist, there- bis, acquaintances of Iis f>via sex, and continually lowering and dilating hi* mean. of nature (is heard proclaiming to man,that "j
Yes those that Jesus gave while here on earth fore as he remonstrated with,,the young among the fair and fascinating< of the other, log, in ;order to make himself intelligible. ; she hue, again!} nearly accomplished the ,
Un arbled-in their pure simplicity. adventurer, and found him firm in the purpose -. a heart like his; was sire.to find joys too This,he will do for the woman be loves, work'of bounteous providence the abuq- ; t ,
'While from the preacher's tongue, these holy which be bad it seemed, been'a considerable delicious to be yielded,, for the drudgerfofa but in doing it hp will not be happy. dane harvest which fill| the valleys and ;
truths "' 3*. i 'time in ;Jofting;and after'much !lawyer's office, or the remote hopes of She.who cannot be entertained by his crown'the hills, with' Jbo attendant blessings
Co mended useless' persuasion, with a voice"softened future fame. He bored music and its notes! conversation ,will not l 116 convinctlfby hu always]inade. the, return of Autumn
by impresaiveeloquence.. I welcomed and deuined him wherever he find cut of tpeculiar, graUtudf! well as t
/Ii' by the thought of approaching separation, reasoningr-and at length he will a minor af a
0:91": ,and hear, whq ha.ye.long sought for he, asked him what course be intended tolursue. went. Dancing wui delight}.and there that it ii less trouble to lower hi* own serious meditatjon., There j id' n striking '
bliss I' were 'snowy hand 'which he..knew tie standard to hers, than to exhaust himselfta analogy! ItetwevM u' ;.changing ..tfcM.Mhiiiiiau
t -'1 am agoing to study law.' might have for the asking, and bright eyes the vain attempt to raise hers to his own." life, In\DO> season of the year aral)
,a the,vain pleasures of this beauteous world, And how are you to be supported while to( flash upon bird !hen he did ask ; and ) we more, forcibly ,";..iDded of these ,that b'
And ye, will learn, that, 'twa..broken reed, you are following your studies how could he tun from witcheries like CacEt-TT .AiF.4TBEI.-I a little vil. in AIHUUHI, ,when W behold lying thick
-On, which",ye leaned, upheld by, sighs and I guess4 I'll teach school,' answered these, for the dusty ('volumes! of antiquatedlaw lage near Jjsndan resided a respectable! fitm* around .us ,tb
tears,. ,." Obadiah with this gravity ofa saint [ ? lie was an enthusiastlcadmreronature f ily, consisting :of .the father, mother, oq ,u nruer. !Nature ,seems to. |>ause. ,,and
Go,seek the!.rock of ages and there build The old man, in spite'' of ,his; sorrow, and she wooed him in a thousand and daughter. Until 'the year 1823 they noun.wbtleahe'Yiews'froru her lofty
"The Spirit's mansion in the realms of life. could not refrain from> laughing at the idea way from his tedious task Her breath bad always lived together in the greatest tf ropr,thegrenpn; t9"lgbii) change lu Uiis
Learn who wuhe on of ;this young" unsuccessful agriculturist, was fragrant upon the air, and her voice harmony. ,At that period 'the ,daughter her universal: empirrs-' I
whop seraphic wingsfriretpaued retailing his; wisdom and knowledge to the came to him in whiling tones upon every thin very,young formed an attachment to
the crystal posh'otHeiven, and rising generation, or pursuing the subtile breeze; It was impossible for him to turna a man of)low bmji: and connexions: .which" OBIGI.IAL R TORTy-A. youngjady 1 ,vas
'sen..'' ; ':, : shadows justice through the mazy !laba- deaf ear to her eichantmenuy,' thereforehe circumstance gave the greatest ofibuce, to told hy( a married lady diAl she hd better

Eternal youth { And seized alone for yon? ry tubs of law lie looked at him' within- walked, sailed rode-sometimes he her family, and more especially io lien, father. precipitate herself froth off aliaroe; } or
,Great the Teasing wonder. There be was with his wandered forth in te morning to witness } Neither.entreaties nor menaces were the Passaic J'ulj*,.(iitqlhe, Ushi)heiieatb. ,
was truupdrt'grhatej; till the gift
the'rising of the .urandegalniin; the summer affection than tu wlaep the young lady| rj,_
Afbliuand! ,', brown coat and linsey-woolsey, pantaloons, of avail to shako the young lady',*, morry j -
; jnunortality, to MinI, his hair combed, straight over his, forhead night, the man would lure him out for her lover, i and the father seeing that' all plied "I wouldIff I thought, I lfOulU 4n4
PRESS. and his:bashfulness flinging him into the from the unheahbr lamp,'to roam with was in, vain, resolved to employ the mo i I a husband a\ thelioupAk"Bwi .

most awarked attludes even in this attemptto loved one. beneath}her eyes horrible means: to tie revenged. He made I, '" .. -artwiiehlolbemoment
{ nurse iyf arts'; aad freedom's fence, explain his new prospects ,But Obnaib Now, during; tbia time little' Obadiah her fft down .into one,of the cellars of the : l'cL-"h8' : ,
To chain, is treason against 'sense j it appears,-had made up hid mind. and was as' busy as a bee. He had' 'taken a house,, where. 'Jie wslfed' up a space )hi acorner of Us Urea!! of jjIfwiure.caQ/ : steal
And, Liberty thy thousand tongues was pot inclined to return to his old emdojrment school, which occupied part of his time, soaa' to form a, narrow dungeon, thought frpui,efandeur swlostf ptattop, tq'
1.'one.silence, who design Det wrongs ; bo any term. He therefore bid and the income eial&d him ttf de the entrance of which he afterwards closed .delicate ii to.benevolence and rhanty, i ifufa
For: those who use the gag', restraint. law father rood-by, and ehOOk hands withhis'lister' has expense. Robing caUed ,him from up with atone* and mortar, leading onlya flgaiust'the'jriiiwJieof' ,nnl!wfuaiorw. '\ pu
}'rat rob- *{before: : thetop J -eopipfiiaGa Sail/"end the cook.-"A short his duty;' The'mcbn. shed her'cilrery. ra- small aperture,through which the band :

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N -- not a was unbolted, or a TROUBLES HI r ro Rico.--By never desert
DlSEAPE or \V.fDPIPEAMONO ClEROTME5. dow raised! f\; M schooner Octavia., at Baltimore, from St. The CoTIIUfSDAY nixes. cause in which he had Wen engaged the

.-This alarming disease, sometimes Fortunately, however, a brown loaf was Johns, Porto Rico/thence she sailed on ,. j\\e had power to: move his tongue \VhilBt,']
i improperly called "Bronchitis"has, it is found in the oven-:.-and the smoking cone the 25th Oct. Theklitors of the American wield : or strength
to a quill,,and then :
I well known, become exceedingly common DECEMBER in.Jhe hour
rose like the peak of Teneriff from the have received t iitelligence relative to of hi.
mnong the clerical profession our coun centre of the tabkj when the family gathered certain political d&ontents, which, have follower deepest need; when. opprobittm
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I' try. As many as twtnty clergymen 1 during around it. It -was, however, by the recently been urfinifisted; among tho troops. :THE ;:JNDJA S. disgrace attached? itself to the name of and

, : the post summer, were in the space of a robbing idea rendered quite as unpalatable stationed at St. ohui. It appears that the By newt from Alachua, it appears that the tionist, by deserting them, and aU Jj
0 j :few days' noticed at Saratoga laboring ,under to most of those who surrounded it as news of the m
: it. What makes it a subject of greater the peflk itself; while the good man who of the Constitu on Was received with much opposition, to the measures of the Government ated mob, in a gaol; and he ge'ofan'has infurf.
interest is that in this'climate lilt bos
ro- made
had been rather silent seemed
never teat o gratification of the at him
by i potion: troops' for their removil, by commencing hostilities self notorious,
certain the by
to a point beyond incip openly
with a better relish. St. Johns, and hat hey! were not slow in i asserting that he
h t / lent stage, it Is almost always fatal. The Well, wife, I have not made a better testifying their sentiments by shouts! of upon the inhabitants residing near was ready at any moment, to yield his life

Rev. Mr. Rutledge' of S. C., was cut off by meal these three months-I hardly knew songs of whit the Constitution 'was the them Their'1 rst act was' the murder of sacrifice to luY principles, ,and when n

It a few years since in the prime of his life, before the ,goodness of a brown loaf i burthen. The ffiar who permitted the Charles O'Mathla, a chief of the Mickaauky upon, not to advocate his doctrine called

'leaving a large arid interesting family be. scemes to mo the travellers on whom I bestowed soldiery to makj these demonstrations was tribe, who was in favor of a removal. to show himself l ,in ; but even
t liind. The Rev. Mr. the an
Taylor, eloquent assembly
i your drop cole at midnight, have soon after placid in confinement this Of
Col. McIntosh
resides Miean
who near hia fellow citizens
of GraceChurch also like Mr. Rut- : ; this .
pastor leavened this loaf with mean spirited
a blessing. act only servtd to make them the more brag.
ledge southern man and therefore thus writes-"By' from Fort has skulked
a more'Iredisposed py express gart : away, under
The mystery of the lost bread was now discontented, add his release from confinement cover of the
I to pulmonary inflamation, has and the demanded.; In short King last night,we learn that.the, Mickasuky darkness of night, and
explained, was at once found was bully a, escaped their fury
j recently left hero for Europe; with symptoms I Indiana have Charles O'Diathla and ,by
which it is 'feared indicated I by all around the board to possess a peen- time afterwardjthe officer was sent off In killed Seeing his home and: state.

luck ,of this dreadful malady., We believeIt an at- liar richness.- a vessel to Spaa; and as soon .as the fact shown other signs hostility] ;; which, in my The deluded rasa has doubtless,

was first scientifically described by Dr. The I discovery thus made has' doubtless had transpired, t soldiers became so eXaspcrated humble opinion brings matters ,to a crisis. awakened. to the redity of the, truth ere that this,
been practised to a less that t e destruction of the town We have a deft celess frontier, which must has 'his he
Hugh McLean of New York, in the American greater or extent attained ,obJEct, and Is
Med. and PhiLBcgister. lie proper by the discoverer, ever since. As he 'has was threatened, : Gen. La Torre the governor be entirely sacrificed, unless ,aided from tori ';'ly' contemptilie( notorious-no.
of the Isl id, and a highly popular ; and so
ly called it Theihiti not sought a patent for his discovery :no long as the
Laryngeal source
or con some other.
( officer had eded thus far in or name ,of'William !i.
one need fear suco preventing Garrison shall
sumption, attacking the upper part of the upon his'rigbt,, exist
j windpipe, ;SirOio LtonotVmtq neighborhood who is desirous of knowing the favor: of matters fro < coming to extreme, They have since trade attacks, upon seve there will be'associated with it consummate'hypocrisy

of the cnitin b aba triiwclos,employed in tho 1dwm or beta *(ltnu; having the me but it was dbuJyed'Wheh the Octavia sail ral families,-laying waste their plantations, and cowaral&TposterJty if

speech. It has also, besldea,'its character- privilege of making a trial forthwith. ed, wbeAer tcanquiliry,could be'maintain I and.though, from the last information,;no chance his i name should not from', pet.

'iatic' symptom of hoarseness ,and loss of This leaven trorfoj admirably in the winter ed without blood lt d. The"'garrison contain whites had. been killed, they,had evinced ,ev insignificancy be forgotten his very

speech, those 'of 'ordinary consumption monads.-Portsmoth (N. 11.) Journal., ,J about 3000 P'Ofps.-Balt.[ Amr., .ery manifestation 'of determined hostility. as we,. ot- strife ,will execrate him--
I ine same nocuc Hush,'exBCCrbation8 ui fe. I' The National, Intelligencer The inhabitants are flyingineverydirection and between the North!
ver,night sweats,expectoration,&.c.though CHEROKEE ArAIRs.-Th are four snys- ; South, and as an enemy to the best in.
,all are infinitelymore the < ,caso'is fairly formed., Constant expecto-: in the absence of Col. Bishop, the second Court of the Unite -States for the southern pairing to the frontier to protect the lives and
officer of the Chirokee Guard district of New Yo kin; answer to an inquiry Brooks,in his letter No.
with a detachment property of those who are exposed to the depredations 30,to the Portland
some-timessttirakedwithbloodgrea crossed the boundary of ,the ,' by the Gran Jury, that it is not a of Advertiser 'gives ,it his
State proceeded the violation ,of the s'section of the act of this wily and'secret foe.! :By thecommendable as decided opinion,
to residence of John
;:accompanied-with finally, painful respiration for breath, Ross in Tennesse seized him,and brought Congress:of the 20 b April, 1818, to hold activity, and, great ability and that the public speakers of Congress ''ate so-
-struggling meetings in the cit of New New and experience of Gen. Clinch who has the perior to those of the English Parliament.
;and rattling of mucus in the windpipe and a prisoner Int > Georgia. They state, appoint ; com '
'lungs; haggard,emaciated countenance and that this outrage|vas perpetrated at, the committees" o provide means and mand of this station, aided by, the praiseworthy After having had,opportunity both_in Eng.

distress of mind, though with, perfect consciousness suggestion of Schermerhoni and Currie, make collections f the purpose of..enabling readiness with which the volunteer corps land and'' often in the United States, to see

to the last, follow each other i in agents, of the Unfed Statea'and'that; its civil the .'inhabitants of Texas to engage ina i are repairing to his'assistance, we doubt notthe the best orators, ot the two countries, and to
'rapid succession and close'the motive was,, to kip Ross from going to war,with the sovereignty of Mexico, make -
soon scene. Indians will,be a'comparison with
t with prevented from doing intellect. thus
now at peace the United l States. extensive dij.
Washington to
the Cherokees
Dr. McLean
Might have called it also present
'Trachtiie Phifusispa the windpipe proper with the Federal government These four This 'section, the C urt says, applies only injury. We have,such entire, confidence played, in the old and new world, he sap,

[before branches into the: lungs, is Often,,, men are said to te as reputable as most to,inilitary.expediti ns'and enterprises :.to in Gen.Clinch as to remove all fear of he ,now knows that such men! as ,Clay, and

if not,always involved, as,'may be seen by Indians; but they belong to 'the'Ross par be corned on from 11 United Stalu'againStany the Indians, hostile as they may be, ravager Webster, and Calhoun, would'make a figure

examining after death, the ulcerations and ty ; and there is strong reasons to believe, foreign' Power nth which we are a ing the country'beyond.the'frontier, and we in the,English Parliament,'mach more brilliant
inflamed that if there is 1n; ruth' in the pence. Donations ; money'or; any thing -
patches the mucous membrane statement, believe than of the
agitetedby needless any
many fears. speakers the
it is else, to the inhabits ts of Texas to enable ; present
immediately at the bifurcation of the bronchi partial, and suppresses material facts. '
for '
'' day- there
, The whole bit be true an has them' to, engage ins civil war with the 'We are nope to match them in
of the, body and substance emrmous outrage been perceive ,by ,the late papers that a
y ,of the lungs also,may finally become e perpetrated, wbtcljcannot be too severely sovereignty in of.Mex o (says the Court)' is, final blow has been given to the two last extemporaneous' speaking O'Connell and .
:'implicated by the inflamntion extending condemned ; and which we shall more no sense beginni or setting on foot, or Brougham except.

'into all the ramifications i of the air vessels. deeply deplore, be use it may produce an providing the mean: for a military expedi- props, which"supported the. tottering, superstructure
,, But more frequently perhaps'the disease is impression unfavorable to the continuanceof tion"from 1M !United Late or their,'re ritory. of abolitionism in the Northern EAST,, FLORIDA RAIL ROAD.-We learn

confined to one spot, tbat of the windpipe the guard, whici) has been found necessary ., States., Garrison, the (pretended)) philanthropist from the Boston Statesman.that: WH.MAX

4 ''and rapidly wastes away the'patient by incessant ".to tho'peac nd good order of then PAVING or Can ESTON' S. C.-The the great friend of universal freedom PARKER, .Esq., has' been appointed Chief

11 mucous expectorations" hoarsenessand Cherokee country officer of that guard people of Chariest being about to pave he who boasted of his willingness to Engineer of the East Florida Rail, Road', and
; irritation. may do wrong, ai so may a sheriff and their1' streets hilhe left in their native die a to his will proceed I
'" martyr principles, has shown immediately with his
A clergyman in the so may a judge a: BO the Governor assistants
Pennsylvanian, may state of loose sand nd '' .
4,, causing'much inconvenience himself a hypocrite, and to examine, and
compelled to
)1e has of the State. Wti>\for the fault of one of: seek survey the several routes.
in a long ild
t article enumerated, the supposed causes these latter office,would think abolish council of that; we plat w< he suggest propriety to of the'city refuge from the fury,,of his incensed fellow-' The President' of the Company'S. S. LEWIS,

many of which are'well founded( lie imputes ; i ing our courts, or'destroying 'our govern wooden blocks, asi the successful using- citizens in a common gaol. And Thompson, Esq., accompanied by several: 'gentlemen of
Its frequent occurrence cler- ment? If gross oitrago has been perpetrated the foreign incendiary has the
among in the operas n ui this city. ''There been proved to directory! will.alap.visit the
r .gym n, to their Incessant labor in speaking the offender ought to be punished ; is abundance of fin i hemlock in the be:arascal; an4 an outcast a short time and, the /Territory w>
the loudness but it be south, vagabond, and , /work, it is expected
and ought not permitted to ,
; length pf their exert
} ,surmons any and thn sandy
and ravellv after
bottom f
; r> the skulking wong the dark will be in active
I 'tbo CfIlly life which they commence their influence, .,over. the decision of. the question, ,- soil at' Charleston icing a deposite from- cities places of,our progress!in the course of
labors, confinement in the close air of theological wnemer It ue proper io couunue or aoousn the sea is well cal lated populous till he could no: longer, has this winter. When this'' line of intercourse 1
s' : the Cherokee Guard. to afford a firm at length fled from the is
seminaries and completed the time
badly constructed foundation for the,i iperstructuro of hexagonal country.: between New'York
' churches' ; their' [being called ,upon to per Mr. John 'Howard Paine'alsr, a gentle blocks to rest ipon. One of the most The treatme; t which these fellow have and New Orleans will i i not exceed six and a

form so much more extra duty at benevo- man well known to the 'literary world, h eminent'engineers i this country informs received, and Jie spirited meetings which half days. -' *

I lent societies, and at, funerals in ,the open been arrested under the suspicion of ass us that he consider a bed of loose, sand I have been held at the North, show that the

air load, &c.back thaq in formerly, the throwing of' the having conspired' with' Rosa,' against the (paradoxical as it lily seem) as one of the people'are inc gnant at 'the ,interference of .TXXAS.The last! papers give U8 little additional .
prayer anthracite coal &c. welfare Georgia and it is
said that his most substantial suberata that could be desired these intelligence
The last doubt ned fanatics with the respecting the movements
we Our capricious hu- evidence concerns
papers pf'the We for a rail road)? He
r :mid and,, cold climate gives parts of the of the South. of the ,Texonians and Mexicans.
,is"enough withoutany' have no precise information on the subject; route of the Long Iskndrail road near Coram They have- hunted them The
# mThere er., but we fear that this gentleman has suffer as an example.[ from post to, pillar, through all the lengthand former are determined to be free--end are

is but one word, Jn our' opinion, ed injustice; from the excited temper oi f ''CAUTlol'f. ; breadth.of their territories; and have calling upon their friends in: the U. States

10181 of the remedy' ,and that Is a hot climate the times. An authentic report of these =The ; heeling Gazette, of given ample assurance, that they feel for speedy naaioffin/a. *_PlikSw___eo M..11_._. _It*_.....AI'......:....'
the West .Indies orelse'where transactions is the 4th ult. tij
in hourly expected at Milledgeville. gives < following caution to ed
'the \ sympathies and will hold no fellowship ih responses, 'from, many: of the principal cities
tropics; ; as soon,as ,the victim' can fly .-[Federal Union. the public:-r e.l ost notes;; purportingto
c 'there; Medicaments\ are, we think; totally uo, issued by the,Uerehaot '- and Me these workers o! darkness :: of the Union-respOnses, in the shape of
: .__1__, __..11 _.. __ '
'U.UI or on is TilE FRENCH QUESTION.' .-Our relations chanics',Bank of Wheeling, and payable at Our design is x> offer a few remarks i in relation public meetings-:-volunteers money &c.--

.fatal.'A'rVsidence)In hot latitudes im nes with France are assuming an' interesting the Farmers'and Mechanics'Bank at Phil- to ,Garris n, who' has figured so; conspicuously It is said that, the'Mexican :;'Charge'd'Aftaira

diately revolutionizes' ,?circulation of the and important aspect: The Globe of Thurs adelphia, advertised have been ,stolen in the front ranks of the aboli has complained of the aid furnished the Texoniahs -
I fluids, throws thorn on the skin and restores day has an official article on the subject, while on their way tom the engravers' to tionists. We believe the by the citizens of
. ,all,the.functions.-[N. V.: Star. which is taken' as a fair representation ci the bank, having jot i in to i 'culatiori.with led man to have been the_ U. States.
r the views of the for away by an nthusiasm which the weakness "- _
government at Washing signatures, the public are cautioned The
MYSTERIOUS Rci BEaT.Al'fD''lUrPT DlS-: ton. The statement by the Globe of the against receiving them The bank never of his, intellect rendered him incapableof ; population' ,of i the city of New York

COVERT.--As the season of Thanksgiving present attitude of the question, corresponds ,, issued such. The (denominations are resisting. ,Possessed of a vivid imagination appears to be at length accurately ascertained -

and pumpkin pies is 'approaching, as wellI1IthU'senson almost word for word with the state* 5s and 10's, ;and ,peiorda Former and and a head too weak to control it, he and amounts'' to,269,813-a little more

1 when the icy hand of Winter ment which appeared in the Sunday Morn Mechanics Bank cf Philadelphia: are boldly has rushed forward, in his reckless and head than half((133,331) being females. The'total
with' :merciless grasp seizes upon,the big News some two weeks ago. It is asserted engraved. ,The t bank Has no'notes in circulation 'long which\ he number of births last the
3 i scanty pittance of the poor, a slight sketch in substance, by the official payable i at th4 bank. Attention course, has had the vanity to deaths year was 8,917;
paper 5JO.The
:. ..illustrative of the best mode of making that every explanation" which would be to'tllis caution may: sate,the public from believe, would procure for him immortality. is ;.whole' numbero'f voters
Fired bv the' given in the census At 49_.Olrt__._ Th__. _
even an ordinary breakfast a luxurious repast required of this government'or given by it loss. \ example'of, phiJa.nthronistJi.lI.nd,, .- n rt> are
--- --- '
,will ,not bo out'of time: and if,any has already' been tendered .to the govern pretending himself to,be one, he, has moved besides,, 27 538, foreigners not naturalized :

ore disposed to be captious, let them by ment of France ; further, that the president REMARKABLE ESCAPE.-As three negroes onward with.,.an' energy worthy of better 1,893 paupers : 18,102 persons of, color, of
it way of experiment ake'a trial Mfft B.In belonging to]the lIon. J. M.' White a
express terms.'made' known to the cause, fondly, anticipating that whom 75 have property enough to be entitled,
DOCS uui result w their isatisf4ction, nc wiu French cabinet his ,approbation of the were passing acrosj the wood, near Monti- [ might to ,
explanatory vote. The
i, bear the,blnme. letter ,of Mr. Livingston and cello, one, being a little in advance of the carve out for himself in the 'temple city contau 4,476 acres of land.

It, was late.on.one.'Of: those bitter cold still more, that he has,expressly,disavowed; other two, was 'attacked by a very large of' Fanit. It is ascertained that the' population of.tba. ,
nights which are not :imfrequenUy felt in the construction attempted to be put upon Panther,' and 'hurled Id the'"ground-his Inspired(by:this fee '' gaftecastingabon l i city,or Bosto'alT not lar j from 80,000 souls.

our'climate ''In the dead of winter, when the message of the last year, by the factiouson companions coming ufy one of whom seiz.' him and exploring thej wide spread field, fowhat Increase in five years about 20,000.,
the full moon looks down upon the crusted both sides of the Atlantic.' What more ed the Panther by the bind legs, and Immediately be, termed ,be
enow,sparkling and creaking as the sleighs could be asked or expected from our- the other col red the huge mon. to have evolent exertion, ,he The inauguration of Gove Schley of Geo.,
gay. seems
+ glide along, that one of our. most benevo-: ernment? The government France, in- ster, but from the seve e treatment he received pitche upon emancipation, took place on the 4th luck ,On the day previous -
; a ; anil wealthy citizens ''was' aroused stead of meeting our overtures and seeking was forced to r lease bis hold. At u an object worth the Energies of his (as,he ,'a public dinner
was given at Milledge
from slumbers by a rap at his door.- to fulfil the stipulations of the treaty of 1831, this critical ''juncture, the one who had supposed) gs/led'tnind,! and u'a means by vine by members of other
} Vithout disturbing the family the door as approved by,the indemnity bill of 1833 been attacked, seized a stick and despatch which be might attain lotoriety, andperAoBxobtain the Legislature and
was' opened, and he listened to the tale 'ofa have preserved an obstinate and insulting, ed him, and bore, his b xly off; in triumph. a place for, his J the citizens, of'the Union party, to the nowof
on roll
i half starved foreigner,'whose wants were silence on the subject. They make no The'abovQ.. facts can e substantiated by fame, equalling in that Ex-Governor Lumpkinu ,a tribute of respect -
,b not all his own for the six respectable citizens, who saw the brilliancy of a Mills, paid him
'partner of'all his overtures, for an adjustment of the controversy ant or a Howard. on the occasion of his retiring
joys and sorrows as well as their offspring, and they do Dot even deign to notice mal after the negroes turned uninjured from'the Chief'Magistracy, to the walks of
for whom he had found some poor shelter, the "explanation which they Invited. from the scene of slaug iter.-[Floridian. Intoxicated with this Hea,he seems to have private life. < -
.. ,. .
were. waiting his return. '- been utterly regardless of,ill '
unaer these consequences
'Morning came.',and the industrious circumstances; we repeat PROFITABLE Bust ESS.- The. new while accomplishing big 1,
; scr- what ;
we said some weeks that darling object notoriety Yxarroxr.-Suiythreapallotinga for Gov.

ago a steamboat bad
) yarn betitncs strong Portland been
girl was eight weeks
up to the
spread am- expression of ,-no matter how base in the
feeling on this the i error,
ple' breakfast board. subject may on the line between P< hand and, Boston mea.na-no joint Committee of the Vermont
Priding herself in be ,
looked form In the! forthcoming meSsaoCthe'presidenL each thre matter bow wide-spread the ruin and desolation Legislature,and a; dissolution said Com
the success of her baking the previous day; leaving place times a week,and
: the
as'; welt ,congratulating herself( on' the not At eiious same tune, we do in motion every night, ithout any interruption he produced=notoriety he seems to have mittee and no GOYernory.H Ye.Green

I. ease with which she should live for the the amicable apprehend relations any disturbance o f whatever Tie number of pas- determined to attain; choosing rather to be Mountain men J never ,despair-vote, on-

1 several succeeding' ones her' batch would the two countries. Diplomatic subsisting'intercourse between' sengers has it is believe I, averaged nightly great in wickedness and crime, than not ;

last, she opened the closet,-but what was may be speedily and wholly 225-makingatotalof 0,800rregate ; and an ag- distinguished at all. And the .

her surprise when not o drop.'cote could be but a resort to further measures suspended will, we; :receipt at $3 iach passenger of wretch hu gloriously succeeded. He has .T oUJ4 EtxcnpH,--Official returns

found! In vain every ,place was searched are confident, be fund 31,400..4JIowing $2pO as the average become notorious abusing chew that Ritner obtained 94,017 Wolf,
nor could the surprise of her mistress andthe less indeed it be the unnecessary, un nightly expense, the neSt profit ,is $34,700, by in England, 65,872 and
policy of Franco to the land of his nativity, and the ; Muhlenburg,40,642( votes
eearchingoCth family make friends
dis very ,
provoke a << with ,
any quarrel uaN. *
covery.. Robbers bad been there Louis, Missouri, J rapidly inertasIng by whose aid he wm transported '
but across the lion.
i' yet ( Sunday : M.: WHITE and lady lava
.... Morning News. ; "* ,
), .. Mechanics ore itly needed. he
'04' t' ,, gn waters; has'become notorious
l a ', .. i'ji ; 3t. fs" ; bl'opeDJi, .,. arrived at New York''.'from London '
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t !I\"t; jDisTRPCTtotf.: '! Tlie editor of NOTICE. TALLAHASSEE, JOCKY (J.UB RACES' LIST OF .;ILl TTl-nS, .- MAIL ARRANGEMENTS! '!, j'

\ --ae* Floridians! who lately visited TIlE Co'partnership heretofore existing in the Post Office at Jack ON.ROUTE'NO. 247t: "? J

,the shore,, ,r strewed with r the name of L. CURRIF.K&Co. has REMAINING, County, on the 30th VIA PABLO. : I
" : ,' J
been dissolved by the death of,ELIJAH WILLIAMS. 1835: and if tin three "
not taken
. that the .salvage will amount to Sept. out : Leave St. P.M. ...
and. All persons having demands against months, they will be sent to the General l Post Marys every Wednesday ''i
,00- Many lives ;,were lost-sev the said find, are requested to present the Offece'as Dead Letters.B Arrive at Pablo every Thursday by 7 P. M. 1VLeave !
with soul board. same and all indebted to said : Pablo every Friday, at (G A. M. .f I '
sunk every on persons : firm I Thomas T.Moody.
ls :
Arrive'at n L I"
/ Augustine same CP: M.
fourteen in the/'edee. Most to make payment to the subscriber, who isauthorised Sarah 'A. Broward,, N day,by % .

them disasters are imputed: to the absence to receive the same.L. CURRIER.' John Mary Broward Broward, M.Nat.E J.'North, Arrive I.eavt'St.AugusttneeveryMondayat5A.M.: at Pablo same day by G I'. M.Leave 'I!I r'r.' ,

coast or, the existence of November Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A. M. ''I,
the 10,183o.FOR William Blount 0
] ts,on, ,' Arrive at St. Marys next day by 11 A. M. ,
M. Bowroson Russell Ormon. :
only as dangerous decoys. ,
i.serve CIIARLESTON. ANNUAL meeting for 1 &I i, vill com Edgar S. Barrows, P VIA, JACK ON'fILLE. :

or. ALBA t.:-The populationcity THE finepacket Schr. GEORGE Tuesday, Dec fiber iGUi,andcontinue C. A.. L. Boliver, Neil McPherson, Leave St Marys every Saturday at 21'.1\1. i

-of'Albany is, as' appears by the A 0/ MARY; C WILLET, Master, now 5 days. Ornn Baxter, William Perry, Arrive at Jacksonville next day by C P. M. '
in first rate order for sea-will run 1st Day-A Sweep-Stakes for J year old Nancy Bellamy, George Pindarvi Leave Jacksonville every Monday.at' G A.M.
' 28,085.. The increase since her regular trips from this port,to Charleston Colts and Fillies, 3 mile heat h inscription Eliza Bellamy, R Arrive at St. Augustine same day by 6 P. M.
3,876.- and will sail on or about'the 10th inst. $300-forfeit $100. "j Arthur Burney. Henry Reilly, Leave St. Augustine every Thursday, at,6( '

For freight or passage, apply to L. Currier 2d Day-A ost-Stakes free or at C Francis Richard, 3 AM' ''c .
HATTERAS LIGHT.-Mariners''are Jacksonville-or II. Libbey,Whlteaville. Mare, or Gelding, in the Url'ted Mates, :I Rachel Christ, William B.,Ross',* I Arrive at. Jacksonville same day by 0 P. M. I
notified that,from the decayed state mile heats. Subscription $3 forait $100. George Colt., 2 John Rose,. I Leave Jacksonville every.Friday at 5 A. M. ,
3d Club mile D Robert Robinson Arrive At St Mary next day by I P. M. \
Hctteras light-house DRY GOODS GROCERIES &c. Day-Jocky Iur.oI $301,2
Capo '
I I heats-Entrance $25.4th'DayJocky I' : Wm. S. bonaldson. John or JonathanRalchford. CROSS RO\TJ-Vu.) ST. JOHN' BI.UIT. I t
,i cannot bo well kept lip; no reli. THE Subscriber respectfully informs> the : Club Purse) $%,3 mile E Leave Pablo every Friday, at 5 A. M.. 1
therefore to be aced on it.- that he has just returned: from heats-Entrance *"". Chandler" S.< Emory. S Arrive at Jacksonville same day by 12 M d 1 ;

is now, and has repairing .New York, with an ,,entire new and full assortment 5th Day-Proprietor's Purse!C31 1 mile }' Edward H. Sams, Leave Jacksonville same day,at IP. M.. ( : ;1

time ;; and, during the month of of Dry Goods, Hardware tad Cut. heats-3 best in 5-Entrance $*.". CoK Fleming, 3 Gurney Smith, Arrive at,Pablo same day by 7 P. in. it ill
and, probably par.:''of,January,' lery, Shoes and Hats, Groceries sad Provi THO. BRAVN' Charles E. Flinn, Benandina Sanchez, ISAIAH D'H/ P. M." 4 J''

, the upper desk and fitting sions; Drugs and Medicines, Crockery and Secretary'&'P{ rietor., Josiah Fogg. D. Sanchez, Jacksonville July 311t.I835. ,. ; '
Glass Ware: And his attention '
to "
hopes by \
or Simmons 'iJ
be Micajah '
lantern, thero wLl no lightTiro.II.Ilrjk3NTa I ,
i ; merit a share of their patronage, and assures Gardiner Mary Smith ,NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. "'! ,: '
; Supt.; II INDIAN :,,4FFA1ja D. S. '.
them that his Geode will be sold at ..
, &reasonable '
l'r..30tb,1835.: .r. 'I price for Cash, or in barter for country SALE OF INDIANA 11. Josiah,. Gates.'Caroline. II :', et'.at:80.T, -: c ,,..:. ',:
produce. H. II.'PHILIPS. sale of the Cattle to bi surrendered Jane Putter2, ,"' _"USI'I,. '11: < I
THE Joshua Hickman, ....... I
[ ofa fellow, by some unlucky ac- Ole 'geminole u ,;I"' ,
N. B.-CASH paid for Cotton,Hides,DeerSkins the United Statesr by Reubin Sarah Tucker. "' T '
' made a email nt in his pantaloons. Tallow, Beeswax, Moss, &cV Indiana, under the 6th1 Article; if the 'Treaty Charlotte ball, U rpIIERF will be a':regular conveyance" for : ''' I

Indy discovering his linen upon Jacksonville;Nov. 20. 40tf of the 6th of May, 1832, with tlat'Fribei j will Isai 14 DIIar.t; 3 Thomas Inderwood.rV JL- passenger once a week from St.:Mary''e !...j.

under him'thi king it,was a uap- n commen, .. \e at_.Flotard's. .placemen! the I road in Clerk' uperlJOurt..4" Geo., by Pablo to St. Augustine-; tolwe.Bt.Mary' .
,to, pull it away undiscov- NEW GOODS. leading tram Micanopy to 'laupa, about; Jio'o L 'George Vnlt.om, 3 every Wednesday; ,P.'M,
what miles from\the Seminole Agcny, on the IB Lltncas- Andrew N\ elcly; 2 f
,The fellow ,feeling was going from Joseph \ and arrive at Pablo next day. I
Subscriber has
tho collar of his shirt with both THE just day of December ensuing-. at ter, \ 3 GabrielVat.t\r, r Persons, who wish td avoid e. night exposure
rilla. ,'By Jolly must \ York, a full supply of Fall and the right bank.of the fat. Jhns river, on John Lawton.John T.'yilliarns, on tile waterwill find very comfortable
exclaiming, you Winter Goods, consisting of the mont and be con '
; off it.: the IStli day of same ,1\1, Charles Villey, accommodations at Fernandina, at Mr. A. {
collar before'you u get 120 barrels best, Canal Flour, tinued from day to day, until %e whole that William MQrgan, r motbYWight.man. Dias' 'and can leave Fernandina tile next .
100 half do do do may: be surrendered at those. !laces" respec David MoKees, 2. ''t morning and arrive at Pablo the sanie'day.They .- (
ATloGen. John A, W. Sand- 75 bbls Pilot Bread, lively, shall be sold. J Thomas Moody 2 can leave Pablo every Friday morning' .

1 resigned the agency which he 30 do Irish Potatoes, Soles will be made to the behest bidder,, ISAIA 1 lIenrl'ung. M ,at 4 o'clock, and arrive at St:A Buline? at 0, "j

1 'the Federal Government, for 20 hhds New England Rum, and prompt payment required torn'purchas. P. M'same 'llay ;; leave St. Augustine every f.;

\ 'did, removal of, the ,Creek 4000 tbs Bacon, ers, in every case., FOR; ,SALE. Sunday, and arrive at Pablo;>> sanfe day. ,
,'to';thq territory allotted :to them, 4000 do best Soap, It is probable that a considrable number Passenger wishing to visit 'Bti'AugusUne; ',:
Cod Fish horses w3 be offered at ,
10 .
the quintals of Indian Ponies, or A the St. will be accommodated on' reasonable term ;
situated and health: on
Mississippi.Milledgeville[ Federal Union. 20 kegs Goshen Butter, private sale or public auction at the 'timei Johns' river, in, Duval, county.florlda. four Fare from St. Mary's by Pablo )oklt;! ::Augua-
best Coffee .
Ide 40 bags and points assignated.
tine From St. to Pablo $3.
f L. WILEY .TIKJV1PSON miles above the growing ,town of Jackson $5. Augustine 1
>F,,TIIEATRES.-Taking the Mess & Prime PorkMolassesSugarRice,, ville.containing 500 acres, ()Which one half There is also. safe boat,which,will run
Seiinole Rem. '
1it theatres which have been built Mackerel, White Beans, Rumf Brandy Hoi. ,8upt. (250 acres) is'good, planting laid, in! ,a com once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville J and
and' America and the 'number land and American Gin, Irish Whiskey, Seminole Agency, Florida, Ui Oct.'1835. pact body, ana under fence. ft nas a good will depart and arrive so a* to;meet the mail ; ;
Itl' ,
| Wines Porter Lemon Syrup &c. &c. uo.ry's'and the '
fire '&c it that the Dwelling House,with all the other necessary boat on its'return from St.
by ; appears -ALSO- 'NOTICE j; ,buildings required on a Plantrtion. Those stage as it arrive from St.;:Au ultine. Fare
1 duration a theatre is' not 'more A assortment of Goods-Boob All fare to
large Dry subscribers having tsposed of al. who wish to purchase, can call: on JOSIAH from. Pablo to Jacksonville"$2.'
yedrs., & Shoes Crockery,'Glass, Stone, Hard and THE at Pablo. C'TAYLOR.; ,
stock ,of goods tcMr. WILLIAM GATES, who is on the place and will aid paid .
Hollow wares, &c.' &c. RIDER, and having taken the tore lately oc- them in an examination of, Uu|premise*.- .IIJ.TheMail boat will leave Pablo for St.
l largest .Pumpkin we have ever Cotton Bagging, Twine, Rope the,lowest&c., cash cupied by them, they cheerfuy recommenc They will have a ''view of the present crop; Mary' every Tuesday and return on Thur-, r '
[ is lid w exhibiting in Philadelphia. All of which will be sold at their customers to patronize 1m. ,. and from him,or the subscribe St Mary, day. 'The stage leaves Pablo every Friday .
'rai d'lin. Bucks county, measuresfect price! : 'M.. ; K. PINCKSTON. Mr. Rider is fully authoriad to settle all Georgia*, may obtain the terms>f sale. for St. Augustine and return on tile succeeding \ 11

c ten inches in circumference,and Jacksonville, Nov; 19,1833.: 39tf!) our, Book accounts contractd in our store< WHIFFLE ALDRICII. Sunday i 6m3']' '' ,,

uiglis one hundred and fifty,seven pounds! business. .Those\ indebted tjus either b] Jacksonville" Aug. 17, '!4w31 1 .
NEW GOODS. note or book account, are req1sted to call at' JACKSONVILLE :

An unusual degree of sickness now pro- Subsbscriber has just received from hts store and pay the : delay' or $100 REWARD., AND TALLAHASSEESTAGE, "J .' ;
its over the state of Illinois. ,Tho chill THE York and Charleston, per Schr. suits will be commenced. from the Jail ofMonroe Coun "

id feVer, has visited a large proportion of George and Mary, a full assortment of BLANCHARD fc RIDER. ESCAPED District of Florida a prisoner -- ,

e families; Few eases have proved fa- ENGLISII AND WEST INDIA GOODS, Jacksonville.,'Sept. 17th,;I33. 35tf' by, the name JAMES'S., SI..[ONDS, I l f ,

l. Some"u1r'ei too"lazy to shake. 'AND GROCERIES, 1' who was committed to my c is tody on three ,
NOTICE?I' indictmenU: found by'the/gnnd jury of ,said '-' < '- .
which he offers for sale at the lowest. cash liE Public are KTornie3 thafa'UnaofCovered h 11
D WCIIARD, $/ County, on'the'several charge of murder,, T
Two negroes, a man and a woman, were I HAVING purchased Uarouchel'wUl 'fun'between '
prices.. stock of Go i in this place, piracy,and larceny, and'made his escape by .
of Madame Desirec Tallahassee and Jacksonville to leave this i
ung on plantation for al kinds of i .
ET The highest price b\ of false the the 14Ui *
the occupied means on
and taken store recen key Y
.in"the parish of St. Martin, for produce-such as Cotton, Moss, Hides, Furs, them' I calculate. repleni y the stock,wit h inst.' He is a native of'ew Hartford,(Con.) place, every Monday; will be
(tempting to burn her sugar house.Louisiana & &o ., H. 'LIBBEY been for several in O"Forty:: pound. baggage .
0. such articles as may be ,w ted to have a a mariner, and has years toeosh and for 1 .
[ Journal. Black Creek Nov. 19, 1835. 39tt and vessels! passenger, any greater weight, .
command of wrecking
good assortment for this ma et. trading ,,, one cent pound will be charged fut '
"IT II. Libbey having been appointed<< agent OTPurehosers:: will find i or their interestto and at one time commanded the Schr. Lydia ten miles.CTFare per. ',. every '.
The crow flies'at the, rate of 25 milcffnn for the Schr. George & Mary,lie will attend call as above. of Philadelphia. lIe is about thirty year bi I :: through, each way $25. ', 'I .: "

our, tho hawk at "42, the'eagle at more to the receiving of all kind of,freight to or ID"Pay:: 'delivery' : Of th goods. age, five feet five or six inches high, has a I JAMES HARRIS.[ .. '
WILl AM 'RIDER. down cast guilty look, dark sallow complex. i '
nm80. from Charleston. Jacksonville Jan. 14. 3tf ,I. /
'Jacksonville, Sept. 8,1K|. 35tf ion, but from close ''confi:1ement: for qeveral .:.. t
I grieve for the days of Adam and Eve.' FACTORAGE & COMMISSION months.bad become somewhat )pale,hu are. '* CONVEYANCE FllOM "! ; t
markable his bud and some scan
BUSINESS. NOTio]' scar on "
MARINE JOURNAL. dentnda the about his face., He is well known in New JACKSON E.9'BT..AUGUSTI .1' : i
having against
Subscribers.intend establishing on persons .
ALL York where his wife' connexion reside. '
THE first November, a brand of their \ of M.lRYHOqUKh', (deceasedare reward if he is -1:
I will give the above secure
OUT or ;JACKSONVILLE..DECEMBER, ,3. House in Charleston, S. C.'for th transaction requested to present th duly attestedto ed in any Jail, in the United State, or the; ". 1"i, ""i .
the 1st :
of Factorage'and Commission Business, the undersigned, on or'I fore dayof' name reward with all rennonable: ,expenses.il. irrcuF :
.ARRIVED. under the firm of W. KINO & Co.to be con- February next, and all p sons indebted tc delivered to me at Key West. nrtIlE --jrs criber"will run a good Barouche '

Steamer,flOrida,Hubbard,from Savannah. ducted by their partner W. King, wd would said Estate are requested tc make immediate THOMAS EAST1N, U. Marshal. J. .and" good Horses from Jacksonville to j

flEMORANDA.Schr. respectfully offer their,;services in both the payment.. West 25 1835. Augustine week to ,leave thf
their ,JAMES HOB IRK, 7 Key July, t once a ; *
Soluda Helme St. cities of Charleston and Savannah, to Ex'ra' .a place every Monday: morning, and arrive in I I8t.
: up at Augustine F WILLIAM:' J. JILLS. 5 ;
m the 1st inst. for this port. friends and theSavannah publi; KING. R. 11. GREGORY, ., ,'. Augustine on the evening of the tame day.
R. & W. JacksonvilleOct-I'l 38tf
Schr. Bushrod, Houston, up at New York ,, 2w39 Attorney and 'Counsellor at Law."' Returning-will leave Bt. Augustine' '
Oct. ( 1835. '
: and arrive .
Wednesday morning at this place
l Ube, 18thuh., for gt. Augustine; '
$00, RE Y ARD.: HAS opened an office in Jacksonville, on tile evening of the same day.
NOTICE.LL NEW STORE. RANAWAY from the lubscri' practice of the Law, in the several t *Forty, pounds baggage,will be allowed t'
has' received a com months since Court of Duval and of. the adjoining coup each and far '
Subscriber just ber, about rwp' to passenger, any greater weight, :
persons having claims against the THE assortment of English and Wut his two fellows, Gcvrgi ties. one.cent per pound,wilt be charged for every ,
.estate of the late JOHN F BROWN,&*. India Goods, and Groceries,which are offered and John.![ George> a,.South He edges himself, that all business entrusted 4an'nil**. '*' t t
eased, and all indebted to said e- to his hill receive and : f' "II
I persons for.sale at the lowest. prices. Carolinian born, i is about 40( care, prompt (D'Fareeachway$3. .. l
te, are requested to present their claims and : LEVY. diligent attention. ,
J. P. old jf the,middle size,, II. II. PHILIPS
like payment,of their debts, to F. T. JUDSON Picohxta,Nov. 10 '39tf years well bunt, he stammers nt Jacksonville, July, V 183.1.' I !29tf. Jacksonville,.Feb.;9. '. :,.fJtr' :'.' I
of fit. Marys Geo. F.. BROWN 'ofYew 0' 4
or 'J. much that at times it ia djffi r'
Orleans,"Executors.' WANTED culLto, understand" what he says. STORE TO LET. 20,000L135. OP HIJACK .MOSS i;

Dec. 3d,.1835.F. T., JUDSON, Execntor..41tf T this Office, an apprentice to the Print- ,Jfan, an African born, ,is *i>out;.23 yean. 'm STORE at MAFnnrx.ie. 1VANTEU.riillE '

A ing business,fifteen or sixteen:years old, old, middle size,'stout; fat,and Ifa very blolk JL cently occupied?by E. A.: Cu.. Subscriber will purchase the above\ 4 +
bab-; TXose IIEf, Eq.' will be rented on fait X Black if delivered in '
NOTICE.SIX. of good moral character and industrious complexion. Both jobbing carpenters, quantity of Moss,,
Weeks I iu, to such.an one liberal encouragement will two negroes are probably lurking U the term It i* a good stand for: business; andpossession Savannah ;previous ht October, in large '- 1 II IIor
from date, I shall apply to tlie be offered. NOT 19. neighborhood ofWhiUiviJb,on UlacJt: Creek,, can be immediately. small) 'IantJtJ...' ; MU ;; >" *.
the Judge>of Duval County; to,C. READ the blonnELt.
Duval County, E. I .;where they have their Apply near premise Ji W. : .
for CHARLES letters of HOYT>Admiiistration, deceased bn the Estate of PICOLATA. 'I10USE. wives. George'at Mr.8t Y." Carey' and John Mandarin, August. 3., le35!! :UOtf Savannah, June 17. 4w27, -*., h,

at Mr. Brown fl. ,
The undersigned respectfully announces -
Jacksonville Dee 3., .CURRIER., ark to the, Public, that .be. intend The above ire ward win be paid by Mr. NOTICE. NOTICE. #. .
; 6w41CONSTABLE'S n opening in October, the Francis Cue, ,Merchant h 5t. ,Augua ne-. I WILL hold a .&Jacksonville Court at the A LL person having demand against the
Hotel known PicotATA, easy Hoysjt. The build- thirty dollar.* ,on the delivery in the Jailor Court-house in ,on the ,..Sec JL Estate of,Mn.l'LEMAJVTlJE G U'fIEl' ?
SALE. been u enlarged, will comfortably said city of each of said mgroes+ ; besides the and.Saturday In each month, at 10 o'clock' A. des will present them properly attest ,
BY Virtue of two writs of Fi. fa. Issued ing haying accommodate greatly numerous reasonable,expense Jncuted to' bring them M. In my absence, business left with ell and all person indebted (o said Eitate, ,
a company will
of a Magistrate's Court, and to me the Rooms will be well furnished and the there, or on the delivery the person sent O. M. Dorman Eq. be punctual'.y at. will. make immediate payment to p l
Directed, I'will expose to public sale on Saturday witi the best fare the to receive them at any plice where they may tended to.: 8.8TREETEU, ,W, B. ROSS. .
,"'the th 'day of November next, be, Table ,richly afford supplied, be secured with the prop-r information given Justice.of the' Peace., .Jacksonville, July' 23, 1835. 29tf .. j i 5 f

tween the usual hours of sale, in front of the country Ficokta situated on Lie St. Johns 'river, to that effect to the sad Francis Gue. ; ,June 17. 25 ..".t I.
Court-houeela the town of Jacksonville: all miles above Jacksonville, and eighteen ,M. *EFOUGERES. I FOR 8Aj},'.
we 'right; title, interest, of Elizabeth forty West with a stage St. Augustine July-1. 29) PROCLAMATION,' Copper Still.,neuly new; one eon. #;
asa miles of St Augurtine ; ,
Hendncks and administratrix K. Walker, and Acting 'with_ }
; of the e. communication,requinng'only a ride of three Vi/ George Secretary, two hundred gallon, :
tate of Ezekiel. Hudnal, deceased, in andto, ,, hours.-/The climate is remarkably mild and NOTICE.CLERK'S Governor of fL lridA., heater of the ame capacity; the other eon* e
a certain tract or parcel of lands; lying and and exempt$from the humidityof WHEREAS, an Election wa held on the taming' fifty gallons, which' will be disposed +
being in Jhe County DovaJ, and bounded balmy proved, highly Orrice-:DTAL Couatr, i? in May, 1835,' for the of at terms advantageous to the purchaser. f
a the South Itf>> St.-Joh river; on'the West baneficial the sea to atmosphere invalid lalwring under pulmonary Jacksonville, Auurt 3d, 1835;! J election o.a Delegate to the next Confres For further jparticularp inquire ofO' .,Bpo* a j.

y Hogan'g Creek, Wand on the North and affections. ALL person having ay deed or other of the United State, for the Territory iHCToi K-1': Whit nille, or.at this office.JackionvilleMay0 ?
Et by vacant lands,and contains two bunwed Steamboat weekly between thisplace ,of writag to be recorded, Horida; and whereas atsaidil'ctionJoicru 19tf. ,,
and fifty acres,by estimation; at pre.entIt A and Savannah running, will afford every desirable will please leave the moat for recording the M. WHITE received a greater number of ,
the occupancy of Col.James Den j levied for communiUtioa between the same also-otherwise UM,deeds or other in.. votes than ,any other IndirUa!, M appear all description Printed at .
on u the property of tie said Elizabeth Hen- facility itruments will not be placid: upon record until by the return legally made to me j BLANKS ,at ;hort notice,

of wick,and as administratrix, &c. at the suit two With places.these advantage. the undersigned the fee is paid. ; : Now, therefore, in, pursuance! of law, I AQ (ppAI oJob Work)in., a, handsome style, ,
S. the M.
Streeter. if kind proclaim said Joseph White
his unremitUd personal attention, Person having papers. any already hereby: and reasonable term''
WILLIAM HICKMAN hope by will toil Pay for them duly elected the Delegate from this Territory on
Constable. to all who recorded, pTeas ea .
render, entire atifac4oa Blanlii. rJeed BUI cf La
to may done the next United States Justice )*- ,
September 30,1835. '6w3SUTThe u the work i is and want my pay.ISAIAH to Congress of the a
favor him with their patronage.'yr under 28th din*-:Manifet "eonUntlr for stir at *
HART, Clerk.JaeUonrille. Given my hand this day of .
Sale of the'above'property u postpooed JOliN r. LEVY '* >If u w *" -;
A. D.18"Jj.. K. WALKER. this office,
,29tf G.
AuI' 3. August,
to.the th"of December next.f1" : rieolata, E.F...sept. J2. I 8w38i '

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courts of New York, blacksmith, who } rssaartiat FLORIDA. SUBSCRIBER >

f OLD ''MRS., GRIMES; had the gift of stammering to perfection, THE TheSouthetxAgticulturoii '

\ '" was called in a court as a witness between Edi .tf
; Old Mm. Grimes still lives, good soul, two solicits the proprietor Mr. John {?
,' journeymen of his in a law suit, the support 6f the 1
Her ago Is'just fourscore- amount in question being about seventy- THE ndVsigned Commissioners give no ture, ahd of the interwu friendlor fA

I't Her stockings are of woolen blue five cents. The Judge after hearing his the pursuant to the Act entitled throughout the Southern connected
I In;weight,half pound, no more., testimony, asked him whyhe, did not ad An Ac to mend an Act to incorporate the CAPT. IIUBIJARD' publiShed this work for Mr Slater Le B t

FLORIDA PEJIUCLA ,ARD JACKSONVILLE: RAIL TT71LL run once a week from ,Savannah
; Old ]Ir Grimes still to church vise his workmen to settle, the cost being ROAD C W commencement,, in the yearW'ras ,
goes five the PAIr, aporoved February 15,1835, to. Picolata, touching at Darien, St. thus :
1 : On sunshine days or rainy- times amount' of the disputed sum. that the 3oob will be again opened at Jacksonville Mary's, and Jacksonville. acquainted with detn4

{1, 1 :r. Her umberrell has just eight sticks In reply the witness observed" I tttoldthe I at th slots of I. D. Hart, Bay-street, R. & W. KING, I tion will be' onUnueTo11 ins

Clean patcli'd, with colors many. -o-ls to e-s-s-settle ; I s-s-s-sai id I on the 4 h dry of May, and continue open I 'Agent at Savannah. in the'same the same 'Pt
\ the c-c-c-constables ;would t-t-t-ake theirccccoats until th manner a. heretofore
r: lt lay of August next, to receive All slave improvements
Freight payable by shippers. his titA
I Old Mrs.\ Grimes don't spend her time the 1-l-Mawyers +sbirts, subscrip onsor.tocktocattysaid: -Rail Road most, be cleared at the Custom A. the'subscriber e.xperienceana

" I ,In gadding, but in thinking- and if they got into your Honor's c-c-court, into execntioi. House.passenger Journal the vehicle 8 solicitous toIns le

I o. ,She'll make a keg of good spruce beer you'd s-s-s-skin 'em. By the tb Section of this amendatory Act, information not fordiasemmiaa'
Conveyances for St. Augustine in readiness only with
And bottle it for drinking. the *ubsirib rs for stock heretofore ,taken, .lished systems, of regard I bl
R'': have a pior right to subscribe for the lame Picolata.. mental efforts in husbandry but rise

.fs rOw Mrs.'Grimes' with politics, BREACH OF MARRIAGE CONTJIACT.-At t amount if Stock on the New: Books; July 1,1833..' ture, he invite .Agriculture and lID tt
free & :
the late 01 and
term of the
Courtat New
r. Ne'erjays, her brain a tax on- nication from all personalpursuits. ,
: She's, neither Tory nor a Whig, Haven,' Miss Harriet Potter recovered a.. JAMES DELL, .MA CON STEAMBOAT ..V Lei no one occupied i.

Hut SOME,inclined to Jackson. verdict of three hundred and fifty dollars W. J. MILLS, COMPANY facta of isolated experiments Imagine that

against Mr. Hezekiah Gilbert for a breath STEPHEN EDDY, be c mmuni ated. are too inn

:/ Old M 'i.,Grimes'had children once, of marriage contract. In reference to the JOS B,LANCASTER. edge ill but the All. systematic

I". But they, are dead, God bless ''em- above salvo for "love unrequited," the Jackso ille, March 31, 1835. 14 ... lure f; and Science aggregate, in of humble

'In homespun clothes,'all clean and neat, editor of the New England Review.thus I NEW ,GOODS. brought to p/rfeetioitnot every through departlnen

I She always used to dress 'em.' consoleth the fair lady:-Dry mentality i theia
up your THE S scriber has for sale the following above company take this method of single eXrraordinary
\ tears, Harriet :. three hundred and fifty dol s of merchandise. the public that they have by the conbib'ution
a h: :Old. Mrs. Grimes, each Sunday mom lars does not on bush besides Snperiof individuals fHgenertll7aX1Sleb/4
grow every ; quality Blankets, from $4 50 to purchased tro Steamboat, the MACONand | /
.I \ T., ,Would' wipe her babies noses, as Charity'Vance said, 'the hide and tat $5 50 per i air, EXCEL, which boats are to run many years, ".' 'therefore/ |

,',; :'" She tiad B great big 'currant bush, low of on did ox: will buy a young steer.'ItI A.rued: .qtta[ty Negro cloth 371-2c. pr yd, lady between Darien and Macon. leaving regu and as many froJn'the facts to', ---- ._. ".U II'- tUtu'61
r ( ,-Buf on it no roses.. inaa LInen to Darien 'pl hter", who
j grew V rope ouc $1,00. once every week with two tow boats his is **
.. ; Best plaid I omespun 7 ;yds. for $1.00() The steamboats will draw only 26 inches oi f experimental' laborsan, aCCOunt? *
An failures
Old Mrs. Grimes gets up each morn Englishman in Philadelphia, speak. I 3-4 Homesp ns unbleached lOo per yard, water with two good engines in each. The as well a his euecessful e1'orta! 0(

', When waken'd from her dreams- ing of the Presidency of Washington/was Superior fail|y stripe 18 3-4c. company have been at great expense to place be acceptable: .If the l latare worth of,

:SheHcnows well when the kettle boils, expressing i wish to an American to be- Silk h'dkfs om 50c to $150 this line of steamboats in the Ocmulgee and recorded that they may be imitated]the
", '; "'Because' it always steams. I hld him. While this converatioa passed, 4-4 unbleacjed' Shirting 13c per yard by ''Altamaha and riverswould respectfully solicit should The be'noted in order to be sunned)

'There fje goes," replied American, the piece, or
::'1>. Then fare ye well, good Mrs. Crimes, pointing to a tall, erect, dignified person ShirtingFancy bl ched from 13c to 25c pr yd, be a great facility for merchants who wish'to vain. citizens It of the, South, wi afpenI! bi

,0'; r"'I would she'd been my mother- age, passing on the other side of the street. ares and furniture ,calicoes from ship their goods by the way of Savannah to would be a reproach to our Plu
13c pr meet the
Her stipend was ten pounds! per ann, "That General Washington!" exclaimed to 25c pe ard by the piece Darien, to Hawkmsville and Macon, or i in the last fate of the Southern Reiew,
1 !Twos left her by her brother. the Eng hman-",where is his guard !" Sattinetts fJ>n 87 l-2c to $1 35 superfine, shipping Cotton to Savannah. Arrangement fared to fall may be justly said, that it tas
Superfine when
t ith
"Here $4 50 per yard, have been made to forward it was not only
replied the American or
: '' striking, White and Led flannels from 371-2c to without us well merited} fame tearint
detention as
: between
is A MEAL.-A traveller his bosom Savannahand literary
some vjth emphasis., 62 l-2c but it was also pee
per ya Darien. vindicating the
time'ago, stopped at'a_ tavern in Rhode Bed its from Soullleru
Island, at the decline'of.the day,,when his I '' Musquito ticking from 183-4c odd to 25c per yard, No exertion or expense will be spired tgive o been 80 liberally unjust, aspersions ,which h
WHO ncling the bestowed
appetite began to be rather clamorous and, IK i GESTLEMAtv.-"tiVhoever is quality $125 pr ps. greatest despatch to goods or cotton section 'of upon Us outar
:asked for a' cold cut-at the same time open, genet s and true ;whoever is of A good assomen of fancy belt ribbands= shipped by this line. countrycuUuralist'i some:Tht'.( "Southern A

prudently inquiring) the price. ,"Twenty- humane nrd affable demeanor ; whoever shirt V button lilk-sewing silk-ball and Agents for the above boats : place of the Southern measureuppliea Review:

,five cents," replied mine host. "That's is honorable n himself and candid in his spool thread 4 riling paper superior do.- L. BALDWIN & CO. Savannah.J. gll.rds'th circumstances last alluded, so far I as

rather high," returned! the other,."as I E judgment of theta, and requires no law ladies white, h e-horn 'and wood combs- ,GODDARD &' Co., Macon. serves as a Register not only of method i to,,

merely wanted a cold bite." "No but his word, x> make and fulfil an engager silk and cottoj umbrellas-and a good as- MITCHEL & COLLINS, Darien.: Husbandry; but also of facts,relating 10

for that," replied ,mine host, "a meal is a ment; such i man is a gentleman, and sornment of J. E. & ,B. DzrxsoCharleeton.: ;, system of Slavery, The subjects rf ibid1

"meal, and I'never charge loss than such a man iay be found among the tillers DRUGQjThe AND MEDICINES. Dec. 1834. 11, line,, the treatment, 'theicharacten: of

I ,five: (cents;" '', 'Well if that be the twenty" of the ettth.. :: abo articles- -- _u_ &_.rill.w fifth__ nv h.W0....'i".>.*.1*>*1":. blave.*, are 'fairly:. suited to iu; na.... .
case. -
ty, and will be old for a small advance foiJOIIN'W. LANDAT ST. constitute topics as intere8tingi i B
replied the traveller; "I may as well have< cash ., PABLO input
THE SAGACIOUS or produc'Jacksonville ". as which can
a meal cooked." ,Accordingly QDACK. "I suppose," FOR SALE.. engage either our own
'was,, placed over'the:coals, gridiro 1 said a quack; eeling pulse of his pa RICHARD. Subscriber tention or the attention of those'abroad,,t
and a steak of tient, "that iou think theme a fool." "Sir" Fun. 22. 4tf THE offers for sale for cash, or feel a legitimate'interest -our"concena.
respectable, dimensions was, soon broiled I Negroes, of good acceptances The subscriber begs leave
replied the in
and placed on the table. The stranger sal t t discover eck man, "I perceive you can CABINET URNITUKE ARE.. the following tract of fine Live Oak ,ham remark, that if he had not, condo'to

down, and like the man who works by the I a min's thoughts by his pulse.' HOUSE. mock land on St. Pablo' Creek, bounded as continue the publication of this, undertaken Periodical
job "::'"1 H. ._OKE No. 100 follows, via:-on'the West most ;
soon dispatched ,the steak together JAMES by Pablo Creek probably, would have
A I jlroadwayd been either'move
with the 1lissV d lately recovered ora1lr.I ,Torkffers| for sale on the North by Winslow Foster'e'land n ,from 0
accompaniments called for o our ,city, or been
Hurd, in ond of the London Courts quality of Sofaf-Sideboards Secretaries the East and South lands Whether iuspecJi
,, more, observing at the same time ," a meal 1 by of Cornelius it will be in his power to continue
.4,500 Book Case
tf d meal, 'you Know." Another steak of for ,breach of marriage contract. Chairs nblea'of' all descriptions Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty- will depend not only on the ;Pecuniary l
of three
goodly size was forthwith cooked and placed Who ever heard of such a price for wood! French Bedsteu ev v quality-High post and acres.For particulars apply to the Literary Contributions of Southern
$20,000 load Is of Mahogany and I. D. ters. He
a Maple ART ,
before him. or coufidently now leaves
3 This also disappeared ina i Hair and Moss Mattrasses-Feather Beds- JAMES D L LL. in i their hands this milt
short time, and yet unsatisfied, the tray An Looking GlasJsortmentof -Carpets and, Jacksonville Jan. 22.,. there feeling full assuranlt: il
L eller bawled for: more still ** Alabama'paper, gives an account o f a. full 'ary *- 4tf i il wanting on the part"of our Pl ate
repeating a the thing neither the
t' divorce of a woman from her necessary to furnish liberality nor mental
meal it meal husband house. energies
a ,, sir, A steak larger than a Mr/*ut.Itseemsahe"would'tstayrur.', NOTICE.LL cessary sustain the Southern Agricultun
either,of the former, now cooked and : April 7. 3w15 persons indebted'to'' A. MILLER
A the subscriber, Publisher,
+, the without the/ least:,appearance of satiety i in SUNDAY .MORNING ,NEWS.- SUGAR HILL FOR, SALE either by Note' or Book account, are re- ,Charleston, S. C. Dec.: 1;]83-1.
eater sent to Persons
tbe' ti desirous
accompany rest and quested the '
: the, demand TilE Sunday Morning News JM been GREAT;, ARGAIN i. offered same without delay; and to W. T. subscribing can !
f was reiterated for more, ac- the for now A sale of few in the no ereditfwill! be given at my store after the WiLLIAMS, Savannah, or arts}
public a office..
upwards of three Sugar Mill from
companled as 'usual with the West ARDY .
unlucky months, and if 'I(criterion Point Foundry diameter
phrase of mine host any can be drawn of Centre Roller Jacliaofiville
meal is a meal, from'the two feet March 3.
number oeita two I lOtf
atones half inches
patrons and ubscrib- a and two ,
sir. Thus mine hostess88' outer BOSTON'PEARL
kept cook it hal THE AND LIT
err one
met with foot
a ton and
nattering one-fourth
'. ing for full two hours and steak and the acceptance, inchespoints [ORANGE ? GA2ETTE.-yolume Four
utter steal principle .It has been with Iron cogs -'&c ; STICKS. :
guided by i in a* also a set of Published
disappeared with the, mos appalling despatch itl management, have been approved and Kettles from thtnoted Foundry in,Scotland C ASIII will be paid for One' Hundred Or- ISAAC every week, by
PM 1
each time accompanied with that ill l sanctioned. A* a consequence of lib increa- known by ram of the Carran Foundry, war- rtlfct Sticks, of rations sizes on deists The work will be ; Jun.
1 omened sentence, "a: meal is a meal id circulation, its 'advertising friends havesome ranted and'proc i< as malleable Iron. The ca. ry at ,office: immediately. March 5.GREAT : number published weekly,ea t

,know;". until at last,'the inn-keeper,''lOpe. toward in large numbers ; and.as it may pacity of the grind Kettle i* three hundred I -equal to containing duodecimo eight large quarto lit

less of satisfying.his( 'guest and heartily now be considered fairly afloat,and rising .oi gallons and p,pr.portioned, or graduated to NATIONAL WORK.. : laneous'and sixty original matter pages- mW
sick of the the tide of public favor it affords s sixty gallons/bung fourth the printed on tape
or his admira
operation own rule told an set; all of AMERICAN nor white
the We vehicle for the dissemination which, with Criers Vats MAGAZINE; paper, with perfectly newtj-pt. .J.
traveller, if Jae"w uld quit then he of such in- and'-a. Cistern to handsome tide '' ''
OJJUt.ful1nd and
would telligence as those engaged in business wish 'contain thirty, bgjmeads of Entertaining Knowledge to It ,7lustutcd I page correct index vu
charge him nothing for wliat he 1ed Syrup, will be be furnished and the
to by work at the end of\H
eaten communicate_to their correspondent andThe I disposed of, if applied) for shortly for numerous Engrain*,.
i to which the other feeling that'he cu.tome.. at least BY Tlltf] year, will form an excellently printed volw!
twenty-five per ant below cost. BOSTON BEWICK ,, ;
could not hold out much COMPANY of four hundred'and
without much show of longer reluctance consented number of papers supplied to casual A line direet-d: to E. B. ,COX, on Sidon THE loocellll which has attended the three thousand duodecimo sixteen pages, equal
and Plantation -
MelUosh pages.
inquirers, in addition to the County,:Georgia of the
best The
regular (as volume
added subscriber. Magazines will
merely he from contain
as the pietei
was washing down Manager will te twenty-sii
,) attended .
I on i. to English Press has efmn.r
the l last1 Sundays, very great, and is led to for the Piano
morsel with a of cider con. March 12. preparations for is- Forte &rlnutt l f
t mug a tanty increasing; which. another .cwJl suing, a penoJical! more one hundred of -
C. meal ii a meal, you will recollect. proof of .nert.rn1.rlv.d.nt.d' common sheet music i :"ic!
popular approbation, and a sign of the f NOTICE. to the warn and taste of the Am.3c.T5E could not. be purchased 'eparately for bs
Uve character of,it* ireneml IInd "' :.-"iiTTr An act lie. While. will be the than five
TO AU INCONSTANT LOVE OUt content -- 'n D'--- -- -'UIUIIIJ." By paste by the Legislative Coun- object of the pro doJlars. and the publisher isdttw
most RS.'Ve I I of this Tefritor at its last session pnetor.tomake the work strictly what, ats mined to procure, the simple rather than \it''
t i ofweatbercock respectfully submit to you, oh men ,Under these favorable circumstance the and apprond! by tie Governor Feb. 14th, title indicates, it willnevertheleee, contain complex and difficult.*
hetlrtst the following true, Sunday Momtnt News will 1835. the Subscribmissionert all articles of !interest to its
Although the
i, document which { proceed with re- were appointed Com. patrons, which publisher place no ttvn
upon' an unfortunate doubled confidence to Book appear in foreign Magatines dance whatever
'? energy, in laboring open and receive *ubk in the'.nppott of it.aiaW
1 swain was condemned to pay for a breach to gratify the curiosity and taste of the pub scription for the sto of a Bank to be located Extensive preparations have been entered rary paper, from lta'engr&vings,1et T

t orromiso( in the Ohio ,court. Its pathos he, in all 1 the varion items of intelligence In this Town 'be called TilE BANK into, both,with Artist and Authors, to fur be presented occasionally, plates from rcpPf!

Is, beyond praise, 'and, being warranted which form, the staple of a weekly jourual.- OF J.I1CKSONJ'Il.LE.' and nish from all of the Union,. drawings and wood beautiftil l 'workmanship and 6s'lab.

genuine, it must, bring tears,into all eyes : The man of business' will be sure to'find In pursuance of 'which the Subscribers 'KrtV. every subject of interest, 'Already have appeared a beautifully!
therein .,
14 the moat recent and correct hereby give notice, that the Book for Sub confidantly believe will engraved portrait of James Fenimore Cooper,
ft -f A. D.183.1. lion upon the state of the foreign and dSSS. scription for the stock in 'said Bank, will be .. enable them to issue a work honorable to ita execcted on steel,and a chaste Vignette ud l
"Miss -._- I take this op Pertunity tic markets, the current of business, the arrival otened in this Town, at the Counting-Room title and acceptable to the American People. page, engraved on
to In form you: why I,did pot call to see of vessels and every thing connected of 'Mesar*. Blanchard &, Rider, corner ot The Amenc..n Magazine is published'onthJy'each Its contents will be variou and spirited,i u

J you when 1 l left,town ,I fell hurt. About with mercantile affair* the politician Bay''Od Liberty streets at 10 o'clockA'M. : Number containing between there will be a general record of Occurces -

'leaving you forirwhilo but I will 'return m eet with a faithful abstract ,of the noTe. on the Courtk-4lav siC May n_zt. forty DOLLARs and fifty imperial octavo page, at Two Statistic; Obiluary notices",:ficT Acaddition '")

to you again. If it should bo ten thousans meats of partie.,with legislative proceeding W4 J. MILLS, per anrEm, payable in adunce. to the,Tales,Legends,Essays,T ''

mile I got,a blessing the day after Heft here, together with detail Of the political WILLIAM, RIDER. Sketches it comprise of distil* ortraita and- Biographical l ailing, Literary;< Fugitive.. ,and Historic
you by my Brother, nnd Sister in law and operation other on the continent of Europe, and STtPHEN EDDY of Public Bnildi uilhed American; View Sketches Biography, Poetry, &e. making'
: thot would quit them, But every quarter of the globe the lover of ISAIAH D. HART. gl, Monum ta, and im elegant paper for the parlor,and for the lorei
t not to then) varied and diversified reading will find thi CommiuioatTI. provementa ; Lan lICape atenery""the bound. of polite literature, contribution: Willi fc
unnecessary lees
i blessing a bout vber I went mean of gratifying! his appetite 'a. copiously Jacksonville, E. April 2d, 1835. varietT' and duty of :which, '.In thil secured from some of the most popular Am*

woe -not Agreeable to me and so I quit applied! Mpo.stbre i }; whlfVthe admirer of country. ,. will- formUNo47 unceaainlll'"--. an"w"a....... L- ric*n a n hor..
; them resolved 1i : and -- UIID.UUCUon --
not To work no .c. w.v Will Pel 'Ul1IIO TREASURER'S grati'cation'
more for
Tae work
*omethin NOTICE. ; Engravings will be t*
sad printed a*,wen,wU
them uu til they quit meddling with others to' IUit their lutes m the choicest extracts descriptions of thecharacter, habits &c. lain a* much rind*'
Bird. 'of reading matter'' a* any
bissness I will return to see you in 2 or 3 I from native and foreign periodical., and in TREAS RER'S with Beasts, nl I' and IOlecta, together quarto .paper now published ,in the

inonths>nd if you do 'want'To Write to the contribution of popular and approved Tallahassee, larch OFFICE'J every lubjec connected with the Geography States; and it can lately and truly be VDlalltt

me direct your letter to, Zanevile Post of. be writer that,. of The tone preserved throughout, will BY an act )passe< 21st it lOureel,of lJi.tory the; atura and Artificial re- the cheapest urnal of the,kindTITRMS / .L

fice.Muskingurn County Ohio if you for. scrupulous! morality. 10 that themoat i* provided tl t all Bond executed by and coun y,illustrated in familiq -Three dollars p i annum as W-

+ stake me I Never wilt for sake the but will fasUdiou..hall have nothing to object Auctioneers shall b forwarded by the Judge ,popular mann paper is firmly'establiBhed';" tube paid in r I*
to this
deaye un to you as long A. we shall Live. .core-and the wUh of the proprie. of the County Cou to the Treasurer of the S OII BelCicl Co"hpasy. vanes, Two 'dollar for six onth., to H
tor has been Court
u it
and will continue Territory of Florid and that all et paid in "
Pardon to be his Auctioneer advance..
my Insoficienty; __
duty a* well a* hit desire, hall be to unite hall quarterly in e h year commencing on nr: Editors of N w.papex. throu Boston, 18344 \1
1 ,
1 Fair well my own dear truelove in iu column in well arranged and digested ,the 1st of January transmit to the Treasurer United State WhO ill publish the foregoing -

I am going away for a while order all that .,".and and elegant In litera. under oath, taken Tore some Judge, a Prospectus, and nolice the : JOHN A.SILLO'WAV '

P'rtJw'lre-turaagam' ture, amusing in art. instructive In the ..tierces of all sale 'effected him, with the amount copy Magazine from tim to ume'8hlU contents of the Rt4UE.tate.nd : &

Iflt should be ten thou sans.mile and necessary f< a correct appreciation and at what time a-, place," and for whom to the first volume. be entitled MmKandiu,Broker, .M. \
In franca of passing events the same was mad Now I EscAaage.street, Bastes, MUI: .
or Scotland all Auctioneer Any
"h My mind,wtU never be or at Spain The popuJarlti now enjoled bythisjournal are required to take lotice of said law, and pat pod person Ten remiing Dlllus the shad by mail, WILL attend to the'selling and bur:'.
eas *
conform ,, ** Estate in !
will be the belt to it or *ui i receive ei.x
their Bond. copies for
Until i guarantee upon
returq and see you a rain a carefUl adhe be instituted. must one year-rand continued United State, People 'de.iroui'of eJPiP"Ing
{ rence to the mud of u long
the the
a'? bout you bear yonder tirkle dove and the mewl bl which it w. acquired i are, requested will fut County: Court u money ia rel arly fonrarded. from one part of the Union to ano ler.
A morning on yandera pxtronage hItherto extended towards to forward,, A'liberal wit be can always 'eeeive information .,
tree it, the 'moat droperly certified an approved paid for correct
.. .'a" Ie >. a morning for its true love pereveranc. in flattering the same encouragement to.a Auctioneer in'the .ioo., the Bond* of and well writer Iel, or drawinl'l."appropriate Wua- applying at his offices lie will reeein order*
: courser tratIn
for <
,..-1 So do 1 mourn to be with the. NewYork.Ad2u.tl6. IARLES AUSTIN of national jeeG J'088eNing in. vanon kind of Merehandlx delif.rtat
4 terest 8ub.criptio "J of th. Connnuaiettio i
,UDiou. ,
Treasurer received Pf/t
of thi
.: Territory of Florida. DH!. 2i: 183( at this". ,'o" iee. addressed t9'J im willed-promptly aUeDd.0 .
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