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 10, 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
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oclc - 09263722
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System ID: UF00028424:00050
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JSCKSONVIELE COURIER, MY NEXT, II1SD.' sake-because Sir Billy,}who is a great tion on me, by his will,to marry his second HUMAN LIFE.'f'

pOBtlSltED ORCK WEED( BY A SKETC hunter, may break hisnccj; someday cousin, Tom Starling,on gain of forfeiting 'Tis wearisome! to think q j.

tom, CURRIER.TZRMS Lady Grace Gayton, rnsf t.I should say man." Hero Lady Greco pu\ ; her handkerchief his whole estate. What can I do, my dear What troubles time may bring. '

and natal t, L. w, but that would be ado tf'8g the style tin- -to her eyes, *luch, however, Mr. Frank, 'tis such an awkward affair?- There are times when affliction and misfortune 1 i 1
-$4 per year, payable half yearly; historical ; she was, 1 ctln charming Frank thought never looked so bright as at Do you know Tom ?ho is a queer creature, weigh heavily upon man-when I

n advance.-Single\ papers 12 cents young person whom on >ltoild not help that moment, "and then,* ccntinucd she, sings a splendid song, they say-but I am disappointment: scars the heart, and the \
ted Inserted and contracts "Frank you will continue U. love me- sorry for you with oil rliy heart." ,v
Advertisements loving. She has been, ed it "del, for'yearly advertising nn reasonable of a score of mod rUfamanceSj just you shah I bo my next husband r Ob, Lady Grace Lady ,Graco!i",,exclaimed It is then,we 1 pine in sorrow, and yield to .
bat term! No advertisement will be inserted' ns Charles Lamb sat to frl'oitrait painter There was a drop of cODs lttion at least Frank."Really'Mr.. the bitterness of despondency. A wreck-

j roles* paid for in.advance., J for a series, of the British vydnirals: readers in this assurance: but l Whc4'ho the disaster Mildardour, I feel quito as Icssncss of life follows,and tho most tender II'
u All communications bymail 'maybe ad- of books seldomkno\v "lqm< they are terribly to heart. matter much grieved at as you-I do indeed ; you and refined feelings become callous and J I

51,p ressed\ to L. CURRIER, uthsher of the Cou- admiring. Lady Grace ,wus as good natured I came out, every body predicted that, the are such an excellent 'man. But you will subservient to the canker that gnaws upon : i

anentthe ier,-postage in: all casesto be paid.: as she was beautiful.Vi, nin certain disappointment tvo'ildbe, the death of him, not deprive us of your'company j wo shall the heart, freezing tho channels of affcction .. ''I'
i ia that, like uncle Toby, not, willingly and perhaps it was only Ladj,Grace's prohibiuon have such delightful concerts ; quite charming and love. Misfortune up !is tlio earth J .
AGENTS n B THE Cot RtElti have harmed a:Sbi"V'CUld!11 l the world that withheld his ban]. But Lady I assure you." of all. The'youth as ho arrives \ '
: ly portion
by, FLt.>.RW&iir*; knew Lady Grace's a: ura j oil the Grace married' and Frank hired 6n. Let "My\ ,dear Lady' (Urncc," said\; Frank to manhood feels,an indefinable something -

'e,tout Jfe nanmWe-Josep\l(: Sanchez."; world} therefore,.were jfe &hfiL\ *at,her a Jpver uevcr despair,, ir'llilly\ llattle wringing;?* his- hands, .", ,,."what*7 trill become**""" of' that, future! --yoan: 5iplt: '"..apd{ hci\tiS<
broke his Meltouwithin\ tnif
; >ti Grotc-J.,Garr>ohEBq.P.:; M. treatment of Frank DlildardourPoor \ neck at a year; and henry :Leaded whoso 'head is
emitmt .lIandarinA. A. Cohen,Esq.P.M. 'twas nobody's Tank but-'bis own,thoughhis Oh, Mr. Frank, you Know, \ I have thereat I covered with the vcter&n& ,eighty winters, :
Frank I knew man 10 '
never for and]if Tom whois 'f
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lady did predict t regard you ; ,
GEORGIA. welcomes the tomb Jils ''nly"rcMing place
d I deeply in love : ho existed only in'her ,
Air Frank Mildardour was thus, when a fiery; choleric fellow should ever be
r'ortyI from and True there 6
b St. Mary'I-A. Doolittle,Esq. P. M. smiles : ho would have attempted any exploit he least expected it raised from the depth shot in a duel, why then, positively, Mr. earthly grief sorrow. life-
Sallann J&-S. Philbrick; Esq. to gratify the slightest of her whims ;; of despondency to the summit of confident Frank, nothing can provcn.il; -:you must nrq bright and flowery ] icturcsiu
for brief of time they ore enjoyed
-Edmund Russell. 'word from her would have made himfiiht a space
Macon a
His first nag rushto bo next husband;
rued.nlt assurance. imjiilso to my the hiluxuK
all rich -
a windmill, travel to Titnbuctoo, or Frank from hcrin and r by -by man, Bevelling
the presence of tho ;fair 'widow, with ran way despair, .
From the Boston Pearl.] German Frank had and by the'poor man Ining in poverty
[ study metaphysics. oink
tat protestations of his unalntcd attachment,, made another vow not to any more
: which
it aro there no sorrows o succeed,
Plaru THE DEPARTEJ ever loved any other woman than Lady of Graco but ho the
but slight[ consideration convinced him Lady ; ony thought tho
cloud and furrow tho brow and throw
n BY PARK BENJAMI? {Grace ; his love had all the zeal and sin- that he ought not intrude'his vows of love more of her on that nccoint. She was \ tho
mantle of -
Tis sweet to believe of the nbslJlot we love ; cerity of a first attachment, all the intensity upon the sacredness ofgief.: Ho allowed 'such ,a sweet creature, iiJecd, that the shadows despondency r Look at Over the world. Ho

,shatpeo If we miss them Jbelow, we ehaUTneet them and devotednesa of au absorbing pas- therefore, a few weeks to pass, at the end ., hope of possessing her miglt have supported who once\ in pleasure's bowers .
above., sion. Poor Frank! I say again ; every body of which time he venture I to approach her a man through a tbousnd mishaps.But .- and revelled}) sported\ luxury-ho! who imaginedthat '
era [sympathised :with him, and declared, with condolence hei loss and Frank began to think .ihnself doomed in
h a on ; assurance ,
The departed !_ the departed,! the future could bring no grovelling
that afire could not command success, ho and fell into
of his unaltered loy*. Tis melancholy cably to disappointrrcnt,
at of fortune is nn outcast-a ,
visit in dreams reverse now .
They us ; studied to deserve it. Ilowever ''
certainly" Ho otl'forthe
added Frank with n melancholy. set
QAkg I as deep a sigh struck and helpless 'wretch, exposedto I
And they.glide IJ.bove.o .memories, let us defer moralising till wo' come to as he could put forth on the occasion, continent, traversed Fanco and Italy, the taunting jeers of those who once era-- j ;

ru Like shadows over streams the end of the story.' this domestic calamity 1} of yours-poor and got to Naples in a fit d tho most dole vingly sought and enjoyed his bounty ; and 'i

topd But where the cheerful lights of home Frank and Lady Grace had bean on fa- I Sir Billy I But you may yet bo happy, my ful dumps that ever cloud tho brains out ho who once felt tlio piercing demands of ,.

In constant lustre burn, miliar terms for' many years: it was utterly dear Lady Grace,you know your promise?" hapless lover. lie was jus about to throw want-be, who, in tho anguish of a heart I
to impossible for the heart oftbo'young la Lady Grace was as bciutii'ul< l and engag himself into the crater olVesuvius, when overburdened with grief almost cursed the ,
rd.of. The departe'd-the departedCan dy not to respond to the wishes of so ardent ing as ever. "I'm sure,Mr. Frank," said ho received intelligence that Mr.\ Tom hour of his existence-the being, who {, t

a, never more return. a lover-a passisn that,, had grown she, I shall ever feel the deepest obligations Starling had died suddenly] of a surfeit, at sought in humility tho very, crumbs that I

The good, the brave, the beautiful !' with his growth, and strengthened with his to you ;you are so good, BO constant, a harmonic celebration of the- Anniversaryof fell from the rich rnnn's table, is note tho '
sleep strength. In plain terms, she positively and, tho most sincere.lover I ever knew. 1 the Sons of Thunder. ) aristocrat refusing the comlbrt
rsI dreamless is their I lordly very
I,r How loved Frank; how could she help it? she I would rather a thousand pounds' it had ""There is still a chance aft,"salt Frank, which poverty, in other days'had l compelled "
Where rolls the dirge-like music heart and sweet a temper but I tell the as .ho ordered horeCl for his return,
asask had so good a so i never happened so ; iSiust you post him to seek. What is wealth, when tho
Of the ever-tossing deep They were 'certainly destined for I truth ? I have promised! my hand. Ye Gods I annihilate. boll space and time 1" possessor sinks in the grave ? ,'Tis n mere i'
en Or where the mournful night-winds each other, and every body pronouncedthat "Promised your hand!1" exclaimed the But the Gods refused to d> any such thing, nothing-the prodigal heir clutuclics it, I

4 Pale Winter's robes have spread, nothing on earth could part' them, for I astonished Frank" \V 11.t 1 la second time ? and Frank arrived too lad. Lady Grace and clothes tho world and, himself in misery I
Lady Grace bestowed her sweetest smiles I Oh !,Lady Grace. had given him up for lostmd was engaged and sorrow. What is power, when :;
Above their narrow palaces, j
upon Frank,and Frank became the shadowof I "My, dear' Mr. Frank!" returned she, to Mr. William James, lao of the city, a cares and fears alternately,threaten its hol .
ad.ih In the cities of the Lady Grace-but every body was somewhat "1 knew you would be concerned to hear rich banker, just retired fom business. der's stability ? What is ,fame, when tho 1t ,

1 look around and feel the awe mistaken.' I,don't know, by, the way, it, but I hope you will not bo angry-no, I Poor Mr. Frank Mldardour\ !-there vain.wretch, who has acquired it,after yearsof
Of who walks alone a less infallible personage than that same know you are too good until red to bo an seemed nothing' wantiig to overwhelm study and vexation, descends to the l
one every body. gry. 'Tis an awkward afloir, and I wish him. Ho did 'not wait Jpon( Lady Grace loathsome tomb? A, mere bubble, that \
r< ... .Among< :the! wreck of former days, ,Never was an enterprise so promisingnsthat with all my heart it, were not so ; but I to extort a renewal'of licr promise, but bursts when the frail tenement ceases! to ox- 1 i
In dismal ruin strewn: 'i i"I Frank in to Lady this Col. abandoned himself to hi melancholy\ ,conceiving .
e {of making Icye promised} very morning to marry idt. And what' are all our !'P'IlIf' hone-' ': '
ri.r.. start to hear the stirring sounds Grace. She had a decided penchant fur Flashdaggcr; ho loves rue to distraction, his case to be utterly liopcless. nur ardent longings and desired, but the' \,

From the leaves of withered trees ; him'at the very beginning, ant her esteem but no matter. for that, I wish you 'had Wben things arc at the worst, ho\vever"" looking forward to a goal, which, like the ,

For the voice of the departed for him did but increase on evuy' moment's been so fortunate AS to have seen me somewhat they are sure to mend. llassingalong Oxford 1 dagger that crossed the vision of Macbeth, i
acquaintance, for Frank was ore of the best earlier. A few.days earlier-only a ,street QUO afternoon, ho saw a great disappears when grasped,at. 1
Seems borne the breeze. 1
upon of men. Never did a courts!)p promise amore few'' 'days-would have [totally altered tho crowd collected before anew buildingand .

I That solemn voice it mingles with happy ''consummation : early everything affair. by dint of inquiries, soon lenrn assembled CORRECT: SENT'ME TI.-JO an address
Each and careless strainI was settled,and Frank wis only wait- '"Earlier! my dear Lady Grace, Sir Billy ticulars of the accident that had delivered by Gen. Samuel Smith'tlio Mayor
gay ing fur Lady Grace to name the happy day. ; has been dead this tlurc or four weeks." it. Ho flew like lightning to Lady Grace. Baltimore, to the civil officers of that city t

scarce can thinkEarth's minstrelsy Well, my dear Lady Grace"said Frank, ; "True, true, Mr.\ Prink-ho died very "Lady Grace," said he? "you are once wo notice the following just and republican '\'
Will cheer my heart again. with the utmost impatience,athis next visit suddenly poor man-bit I always predicted more n widow !J" sentiments-would that they'could bo f

The glad song of the Summer waves, when is the hour to,be, that shall make I it However, I am i orry for this disappointment U It cannot bo, Mildardour.. How, a acted upon in the administration of the affaire l

The thrilling notes of birds, me the happiest of men ?riiursday, I I of yours ; but the colonel has widow? Mr. James walked out In perfect of government generally .
Can never be BO dear to me hope, or Friday-or next weel at farthest.: been so assiduous in his attentions, how health.not Italian hour ago. ,You have been regularly appointed to I
As their remembered words.I "My dear Frank," replied die, in some could I refuse him? These military gentlemen "Exactly, my dear ,Lady Grace-I am your several offices, and I shall expect that
confusion, "I am the most unfortunate have a woV with ibcm indeed I- sorryto be the bearer-ahem |-of such ill without fear or affection perform the I
sometimes dream their pleasant smiles :. creature in the world ;' ,you +fro 'certainlyone Dear Mr.\ Frank, shall 1 remember you as news ; but 1 will tell you just how it hap duties of your office In their execution :

Still on me sweetly fall : of the best' of men ; a is JO unlucky long as I live ; I know!how devoted you pened. Mr. James was walking along Oxford you will ho polite and civil to all, tyrannical (+

Their tones of love I faintly hearMy 1 am shockingly grieved,on jour account ; ore, and if the colonel should ever get killed street, arm-in-arm with Sir Harry to none ; transgressors of tho ordinan f
but it is so unlucky that you ud not make' in the wars, why titer, of course, you Wildgoose"r' eel must be fined or punished agreeably
name in sadness call. your proposals sooner." are my next ll1uba d."!' Frank ,could not Au 1 the very man ; Sir Harry is always thereto ; in some cases caution may be given I
I know that they are happy, "What do you mean, lady Grace ?" restrain himself from staring up and vowing here. Sir Harry is quite a friend of mine j to persons who rtiny be ignorant of the

,With their angel plumage on, said Frank in the greatest!: alarm. to challenge Col. Fladidngger, but Lady but go on,'Dlr.1'rank'whit yOur relation.: law ; if they again transgress, punishmentmust
But my heart is very desolateTo "Dear me Mr. Frank, I im afraid that Grace protested in the most positive Mr. James, I say my dear Lady Grace, follow 1 will perform my duty ,to ,.

think"that they,are gone you never will forgive me,"replied the !lady manner that she would not hear of a duel. happened to pass near the scaffolding of a. the best of my ability and will insist upon I
1 i with tbe sweetest smile imaginable ju ;- His[ next vow was to love Lady Grace no building just as the workmen were hoisting the performance of ma duty by every officer

[From the Boston Pearl.] but the truth'is, I have already promised more, but this was as ineffectual as the a huge stone, when a horse In the street over whom 1 have a control. I. I
SONG. my hand to Sir Billy Rattle ; first ; he soon discovered she had more taking fright ran against the scaffolding ; u 1 shall quarrel with no officer for a'difference 'i q
"Sir hilly tattle!" said Frank in unfeigned power*ovcr him than ever, since his love the stone ielland oh, Lady .Cruce.1lr.! \ of opinion on political subjects: j I
O THIS IS NOT MY HOME. % James was killed on the spot .I" '\
amazement continued unabated through circumstancesthat You aro freemen and will! exercise: your
O this is not my home Yes, Sir Billy Rattle ; you know Sir seemed calculated to inspire a far different Dea\' me l Mr.\ Mildardour! you don't right of suffrage without fear, agreeably to f.

I miss the glorious sea, creature in it tbe say so I" If'o 1eer.do nor
Billy; he is: the most amusing feeling. Frank thought strongest your own judgments;
Its white and sparkling foam, the universe ; positively I think he'll make conjecture of events in {!the world, but '"Positively" true. 1 saw him with my they are no longer freemen. But I shall 'I

And lofty melody; me die with laughing! one of these days.:: 'fie was convinced that Lady Grace loved' own eyes discountenance any attempt of any officer t
i however, 'tis a1 pity for your sake that it has him-how could he help it? Lady Grace Lady Grace put her handkerchief to her to cause by the power of his' office, any J I

All things seem strange to1 me- happened so, and I have the most sincere bad such a bewitching sable, and such an eyes,and there wast dead silencofor some fellow citizen to ,voto contrary to the dictates i

I mil the rocky chore, esteem for you, Mildardour'but Sir Billy engaging air, and talked so charmingly, time; at last Frank,thought it time, to re of his own judgment Such coercion j 1

Where ,broke ,so sullenly has such a fascinating- way that he absolutely and manifested so deep a regret for but mind her of his purpose, by saying is depriving your fellow citizens of the ''] f
The wave with deafening roar I won my consent before I was aware misfortunes, and was so polite, and good "Lady Grace you know your promise greatest privilege of(freemen. 'I"
of what I had promised him. La! me! natured, and sincere.' aobe is the most "My dear Mr Fnink. there is only one "As Mayor 1 never,will dismiss any officer

The sands that shone like gold 'tis a most awkward tffair-1 know what beautiful, fascinating, tantalizing creaturein obstacle In the way-1 have a promise to or nominate any, on party principle

Beneath the blazing sun, you will say' but it c n'l be helped ; Sir the world," said he, and the colonel is I Sir Harry \Vildgoo c-it was only last I All the citizens have equal rights,; to the office
if Sir
th0 promise he is a .". : week: 'tis an unfortunate thing but the only inquiry in making a nomination
O'er which the waters rolled Dilly insists upon ; not bullet-proof, so- I ; '
creature." With this assurance, therefore, that Lady Harry dies, then upon my honor, you i that I shah hiake, will Let is the citizen
Soft chanting,, they'run: Frank could hardly believe hiS ears Grace was an angel,and that Col.Flash. truly and oitively be" my next Kuiband""On I honest? II he a friend to the harm>

And O-the glorious sight! while listening to this astounding recital.In dagger might be killed, Frank shrugged your honor"? i bY, race and interest of the city? Nor h,
second misfortune "On my honor will .. officer except fur cause. ,
have his shoulders,and let the I any
hewould exploded
Ships moving to and fro, other case, dear Grace I am tbe
any "Then
and The colonel went to the wars, and I my Lady IN he habitually intemperate; must
Lake'birds their with ja, torrent of reproaches imprecations pass. in the world for the same
upon flight Gmce had such a sweet had his bead shot off by a cannon ball- happiest man take the consequence ,does he neglect: to
So silently they go t and affable; but Lady manner,, displaying such a "Now," quoth I Frank, amy time is i come; stone had killed both of then! ,her perform the duty Imposed on him' by the
him nobody shall anticipate me by having less Lady Grace started with surprise Ornldanccs: -he must count on a dismissal fi
I climb the mountain's height, charming affability while condoling a widow's tears;I" feeling I need not attempt to describe, for rtailJ." ,
such real scruple in wiping away as c

on his ill luck, and elpressed regret it U to lose two
And vainly gaze without i moment's time, he how few can guess what -
So losing
at the,occurrence,that it was impossible husbands at a single blow! "I am of brains s man has, e
No water cheers my light, her.- hurried to Lady Grace, and claimed tbe Fran The less quantity
to feel the smallest anger against pied man in the world!," repeated the noise he makes in the work. f
I hear no rushing sound. Frank loved her fulfilment of her prottiae. greater
In spite of all, therefore, Grace looked him in a manner nearly
> Lady Grace receired him in the most Lady upon A full cask rolls in silence, but one
O-would I were at home, as strongly as ever. and Frank tbot that left it dubious whether a smile or a dashes and rattles bcesMutly '
Grace"sai" he obliging'man per possible, empty
Beside the vaulting sea Ah f! my dear Lady than I tear was to follow; but she was fairly made ridiculous much
,her deal handsomer ever. is not
submit since a great A man
must I
with sigh ful and she who
To bathe within its foam, I destiny a deer have,it so ; but to live without beg ten thousand pinions, ,JOy dear Mr. caught doubt Frank it? had loved always her, loved him- by the qualities which be really has M by

And list its melody 1 C. P. I. \ is impossible will live no logger""Nab Jlfldardour," said she, but there w: a circumstance -' can married- St. George' Hanover those he affects to have. <
were at ,
you control I would They cheated who '
my dear Mr. Frank," replied she, which I cannot ; of all Square ; but law uriable.touay whether lie is most sure to he .
Friendship is too often but a traffick of smiling upon him in a manner not to be it were otherwise. You are the man Lady Grace has made a further appointment thinks himself more eunnin than hU neigh I
world that I meet esteem ; but the colonel :* I
the 'j
merest, dying .with the emergency that' resisted, "you must on no account Bangor I' laid solemn injunc of her next husband- ,' bor. '
has a
Called; it forth.; drown 10ur&e1-you must not, for wy poor man ,

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HOME. ing the abovo circumstances, and thinkingit The following horrid recital is containedin I

.. PRESENTMENTS lie who examines human life with attentive was some deranged person, did not attempt a letter to the Baltimore American. We The Courier

Of the Grand Jury of the Counties of ,eyes,will find that it is chiefly made to arrest lim. Upon enquiry of the are strongly inclined to think it a fabrication the- .
told him that the man had nnd snore so, as the editors say I1URSDAY DEULt1iINDI
incidents and occurrences negroes, they
Columbia Jllachua and llil borollgh. up petty
that wishes often ex- been shot and anted them to give him a writer, is not personally known ,to them.
our warmest are
\' NOVEMBER TERM, )83:). cited; by objects of no particular moments ; knifo to pick tbo shot out. Hero ended It is'quite possible, however, that it is N'VAn !

I The Grand Jury of the Counties of Co- and our greatest,affiictions arise from bereavements this affair. A ftw days afterwnrde, Short true, as it has 'already! been declared to be I During a few dais past, our town has
offered wood to a of the of the,fanatics to do just the stirring scene f
lumbia, Alachu and Ilillsborough, in concluding or lisnppointmcntSjWhich prop- services as a chopper a part jlan > busy preparation

their duties, take occasion to congratulate erly considered, should not occasion a sigh. man living 'about 150 miles below, who such, deeds.FREDERICKSBCRG. campaign on the ndian Frontier. ors,
+ 'rho distresses of mind' of most common was without, a fctnily, with the exception VA., Nov. 2J, 1835. last accounts, the Indians evince By
. their fellow citizens upon tho lie took Short rack ; detepF
occurrences are but insect sting, which eta negro woiran. Messrs. Editors-Allow me through the nation and preparation for
, general good order, which prevails, nnd smart for a moment, and are over ; and the into the ,woods to show' him his work, medium of paper, to inform you of d Ucipated., The fondly' hostilities little u.
1 :, the advancing prosperity of tho country. .vast majority of earthly pleasures are experienced Short following behind with his axe.- most horrid butthery which our town has chiefs, (or snug
l in the of unreal When they had got far enough from the professed themselves friendly)
as a grievance the disorganized perstiit some just witnessed.' Last night there was a sail
J They present It
a good, alluring at a distance, but despised as house for the''purpose' Short, struck his general rebellion among the free and slave have removed fro the Fort and joine(1IJc(
of tho Militia in'this district. ;
., I state I soon as* won. The bubble that charmed employer with the edge of the axe, splitting of this place, but by the help ofProvidence hostile tribes, with the exception of
The critical juncture now, at band in .our by its beautiful rotundity and crystal brigh- his head completely open and ,laying: negroes We hive been fortunate enoughto three immediate dependants tv,<*

relations with the Florida Indians, has for I ness turns to water in erase ; and the pros him dead a. hs! feet. The monster then quell it W' far About .o'clock. or <;>'.Mat Ja, who, it frill i be of Clad1} I
pert that from afar seemed with verdure returned to the house and attacked the ne recollected, v
time rendered it important green thereabouts Mr., Jenkins; a sadler, was
some past essentially J' ,| few days since :Jnurdered. ,2
and rich fruitage, on near, approach, gro woman She, attempted to make her aroused fron bis mid-nightsumber! by tho 1 They have IvUft
I and necessary to the safety and is found to be chequered with the samo diversity tscape through the jvihdow, but he seized most and heart piercing screams ed in a body to I1I large swamp near the a

protection of the frontier Counties, that theMilitia which characterized the scenes that her by the/jclotbes, and cried out to her from his homed dc ighicr's' apartment, adjoininghis Jages, and are carrying! ,their wives ant chil

of the Territory should be in state were previously passed. < master for help; Short told her" ,, "It was own. Le'ond his wife immediately i, dren to places of security They are jepJed :

of preparation to meet: tho possible crisis 'rho only fountain in the wilderness of useless'as dead enough. She continued sprang from their bed and ran to ascertainthe to' have, made an attack
upon a
life where' drink of waters total- her and finally escapedhim pm, of
man may of the screams. When he went whites
cause and
which threatens this portion of tho coun ly unmixed with bitterness, is that which, by hr.a portion of her clothes in in, he disc ered his daughter vainly de- plundered' and burnt two or'thie,

try, yet they regret to say ,that".the ,most gushes forth in the calm 'and shady recesses his, band. commenced plundering fending henfelf from the ferocious thrusts more plantations:

marked neglect has existed; on this subject. of domestic love. Pleasure may beat the house I carrying his booty to a skiff of a,servant nan' ;who ,was armed with a In obedience to the calf of General Clinch,

Tho regimental district composed of the the heart into artificial excitement ; ambition fastened to bank of the river. While large carving knife. He immediately ran 'who has the comiaan<'of the U. S. Troops
delude i it with its golden dream ; thus engaged, youth, whose ,skiffbad Gen. lIernandei hindered'
may to his dsugb.'Jassistnnce but was instantly
Counties from tM of which :. I out the ]
: body tbe1 ar war mAF' indurate its fine fibres and diminish broken loose above, came walking down Militia.(j
Col. Warren
felled the left
called, is still without an organized regiment sensitiveness, ; but it is or/y do- the:dank, following his skiff as it floated armed with tQ ground His by.another wife saved negro her-, this place"yesterday more
an axe.
The regiment is unofficered-yet mestic lovo tlit can render it happy along, with bisriflo on his shoulder, expecting self from the second ,win ing at the head of his regiment, leaving 6n.
by j jumping story -
borrow the skiff of his J1. a number sufficient for
It anci- to neighbor the
has been
remarked b ;
ynn ; protection
the repeated elections of the people havebeen.pasaed dow, buf with the loss of both legs, brok of
writer claim the whom! Short' had murdered.- the
ent thii of the actions which man posts near this: Every man is
unnoticed, and tho officers was en. The negroes, ,in the mean time, ,up- enroled
always Thinking Short the owner'of the skiff
our attention,1 e most splendid are not for the service the
: their work death done on Frontier for
elect fire still Vnhout commissions., It is.. the grcaest' ; and there are few human at the distance hej was off when he first discovered : posing of was : home. or serviceat
the premises, and ,went in search of rs such a time as this
unarmed-yet no steps have been taken to : beings woo ore not aware, that those him, ca ed to him by name. Short 'a great
Jenkins who taken into 's
was aneighb want of muskets is felt. Such
outward circui and affluence turned and findi tbe' man armed as have riflts
stances ofpomp g young ,
'procure,the necessary supplies. They invite I which or| looked on with'admiration took to the woo, s. The alarm was then. house by a person passing by at the tine have take(JYhem., But a great part hare
of the bad his J le
Mr. Jenkins tartnbroken
the immediate attention of those whose and envy sehdm create happiness in the given and the whole neighborhood turnedout screams. been comp It d to take their fowling piece
duty it be to the bosoms of the It is in the to take this; whole-sale m rderer.- ; but was not .seriously.hurt it ,
may subject. possessors. un- other place. He immediately,, issued or such guijs as they could lay their hands
restricted of the domestic cir- They finally him in a point of the any
They present as a further grievance the penned There has been'
forth and gave (the alarm just in time to upon. an alacrity in their
cle where real enjoyment most river, so that there could bo no escape by
want of in the district II save the whole from butchered creditable]
public buildings not in treading the land.. town being preparations, to all, and particularly -
intlurse; ,
composed of their Counties. corn of politics ; not About this timb a flat boat came floating as ,there was a large party' coming from to the officers who have directed the movementa. .

They ask,the notice, of'the next Legislative amidst the ; nor surrounded down, and wash led and the circumstances Stafford county t6 reinforce ,the town negroes i We hope, that by,such a timely display -

Council of this Territory; by the toils >f state. of the last tnt -der related,and request but with a number of young the men ,comingpromptly hour of militia, thV Indians will: be inducedto
Like tho when his hour of made that if one should hail the boat arms even at late
poo player, any abandon their intention
To of the and of further
the hostilities
propriety of allowing dama- night, marched out cut, off the -
below for the of : '
mimic greatiics is passed, even the rulersof pui pose getting n passage,
and submit to the
ges against plaintiffs in certiorari from the earth cap -Jy strip themselves, when-. to take him on board and land at Point country negroes, and coming'unnwares ,stipulations of the

Justices' Courts, in cases in ',which it may ever an interva of ease is afforded, of the Cowpee. As wns expected, the boat was upon them, fired a volley of balls into them, Treaty made at Payne's Landing. without

that such j artificial ornan nts and 'disguises that in hailed and the owner of the flat boat sent and killed 'seyel'! wounded.. twelve__ .and further ,resistance.,
appear proceedings has been sued
his'skiff ashore and took Short board. tooK twenty-eight prisoners, all of whom
public they are I reed to wear, but whichare on
out upon frivolous'ground and for purposes shown to I be ncninbrunces by the alacrity The,boat was landed, and the owner sent ,were lodged in jail' to await their trial.P. We, have received the first number oft

of delay. they evince in dispensing:With them. one of the hands ashore to give informa- S.-1 have just time, to say that the ,new paper published at 'Tallahassee, called

2d., To the evils attending the proceedings From the privatV of home they issued into tion. The murderer was suspicious, and two Mr.negroes have been taken.who murdered the Tallahassee, Gazette and General Ad
J.'s and
in public life ; te privacy of home they attempted to make his escape in a pirouge, daughter, attempted his ver ." 'It is
replevin, as practised in tho. Courtsof I own life, and were promptly Lynched." ser largest sheet issued in
but the boatman seized and held it
revisit, whenever occasion permits: and an axe Florida.
the Territory, and to the necessity of not even the "round and top of power"can I threntingly over his head, and told him that Its typography is very neat. We
regulating that action by statute. totally nllurj their mental vision from ho moved at his peril. The citizens soon ANOTHER ABSCONDING CASHIER.-The hail it with pleasure as an indication of the

'3d.. To the inadequacy of tho punish- the contemplatkn ofitssotilsatisfringjoys.The carne on board' and secured him. This New$3000: Orleans for the 'papers offer'a reward of increasing prosperity of that rich section of

ment affixed by law to the crime of an greater met of most men'8 lives is was on last Thursday week; the 29th ult.- Babcock apprehension.'ofDudl y'V. Our; Territory. We think the Editor must
assault late cashier of the Union'Branch
On the the facts of the last ,
spent in domestij scenes and familiar em- following'day have had an unusually active Printer's Deril
with, intent to murder and Bank of Louisiana, at Clinton, who has ,
; ployments ; It is vise therefore, so to Jive,-. case having been proven to the satisfaction or he never could have
: favored his
absconded readers
4th. To tho policy of submitting to the that those hours may 'glide 'along in tranquil of all, lie was permitted to make his confession with $20,000, of the funds 'of
discretion of the Bench, the' ,measure of brightness: icb the breath of flattery I nnd was then hanged 1 that institution. his first number, with so large a quantity and
cannot 'dimpli nor the gaudy light .of Such ore tin circumstances these horrible Description ,of his person.-Babcock is a variety of blunders and errors. Doubtless he_
punishment to be Inflicted in cases in which native bt Rhode Island
is,about five feet
pleasure gild. 3x be happy at home, is transactions as related to us. considered the injunction of Horace, not to
that discretion' now bylaw ,rests'upon the goal of all our wishes ; it is the object for In his confession'which, we understand six or'eight inches high, is of a sickly appearance promise too rhuch'at first. As he has room

Jury. which ambition pants and industry labors ; will be publehcd' he, stated' that he would. hair ,and ark'sallow' complexion, has dark for improvement, we say'CC ahead." As
Having for observed tho'optration but which cannot be attained, unless ardor have killed any man for five dollars. 'largo < eyes, high forehead. and far go
years i > as we are oncerned will mete to him
large promioent nose. we
I be repressed by prudence, and virtue be I The gentleman: who gave us the foregoing
of the revenue syeterrfof "
Territory and the spirit of gentleness and
;joined with diligence. ''information\ forgot'the names of the magnanimitydue
.-being satisfied that it is.inefficient, unequal, victims; but says the above details may be CoNS0 noN OF COTTON.-In the year to professional juvenility," should his sub

and therefore unjust, If not absolutely use- HATCHES, Nov, 1).-A HORRIBLE TRAG- relied on as correct.MAMMOTH I British 1770 the nnpual consumption of Cotton in sequent efforts seem.to require it.

less, and being uninformed of beneficial EDTV;-A man by the name William II. maihfactures, was under four mil
any Short, who has been an inhabitant of one CHEESE.: -Mr.T. S..Meach- lions of po nds weight, and that :of the PAPER MADE' OF 'PEAT.-One of the New

result that has ever proceeded from it, of the Penitentiaries of the Western States, am exhibited in.Utica; N. York, n cheese whole of ( hristendpm was probably not York papers contains a notice of made

recommend to the Legislature of this Ter- having been sentenced for four years, but weighing 1,400 pounds, made from the more than i :n millions.\ Last year ((1834)) of peat. (a substance turf paper used in
rity,its entire repeal, or its alteration, so liberated on account of bit: good behavior milk of 150 cows for four days, at bis dairy the cprisum >tion in Great Britain and'Ire resembling ,
that each will be while there, at the expiration of, twenty in Sandy Creek, Oswego county. 'It bore land was t out 270 millions of pounds, Europe for fuel.) The transformations of art
County charged; with the months, about three weeks'ago hired him- the following inscription :-"To ANDREW and that of Europe and the United States are little less wonderful than those of nature,

economy, the regulation, and tho liability self a man living at the Cowpens, a few JACKSON, President of the United States." together 48 millions were not its operations more familiar to us.

for its own expenditures. miles above this city, as' a wood chopper. It is to be presented to the President. 1lr.1leacbftm The sheet, on whichis imprinted that en

They ask tho endeavors of the delegate I L'e was taken to this woods and set to had five others,' weighing from Cuba RAIL RoAb IN CUBIt appears'tbat in graving BO beautiful, or.those lines so fairly
works and haying foiled tree, complainedof 700 to 850 pountls, one inscribed to Martin a rail jpad was in progress, in orderto
(in I traced
Congress, to procure on :appropriationfor connect 1&van with the ,has undergone changes from the green
a interior.
being unwell and quit work, and askedin Van Uurcn, Vide President, one to Con- It is
tho opening of a road from this under the superintendence rich flax, or the beautiful cotton-flow
place tho evening permission to sleep in the gress, one to Daniel Webster, one to Wil- of Engineer golden
to the Mineral. Springs, on Suwannee.i dwelling house. Ho had the appearanceanco liam L. Marcy, Governor of the State of from the JJniied States. The planter looks erg scarcely less than those which convert

i '.They represent as,an injustice which of having been out during the preceding -, New York, and lone to the Legislature of forward to completion, with' great satisfaction the catapillar.tq, the gaudy butterfly, or the

deserves immediate redress, the exclusion, i night in the rain. His request was I New York. Each'Ol1e.. was beautifully of his as it "will ,add much to the 'value acorn to the gigantic oak., To see the neat
granted he was placed in a room with decorated with appropriate liaintings and property. .
of tho white'sheet arising out of the turf is al
of this District the ,
Judge from of peat
a son the owner of the house, and another mottos and declarations of, those to whom TnE
of the increased) salary-allowed by a late wood chopper. ,The old man and his they are. !intended to ho. _presented. He pouring WESTr-The rapidly through tide Arkansas of emigration is most equal to the fabled Phenix, animatingthe

,act of Congress to the'Judges of this Ter- wife slept: in an adjoining 'room. Duringthe also exhibited a National JJelt, got up with rich country of the Red River., towardsthe The ashes of its mother. Of what is not the

! ritory} ,the provision of that law which night, Short got up and went out several : much .taste, presenting a fine bust of,the road onward from Memphis Tenn. is li human mind capable of transforming and

times ; the lost time he ,came in, he President, surrounded by a chain of twen alive with the originating.The .
operates this exclusion, they cannot doubt, left the door open. The son, who relates links, representing tho twenty-four from Alabama North moving caravans.chiefly ,

was founded in ignorance of the; burthen this portion of the story says, the' next recollection States united ,and linked together. This Tennessee. Carolina'and highest, mountain in the U. States is

of the duties growing out of the adjudication was hearing a scream from his belt is intended for a wrapper to the mammoth said to be found in North Carolina. The loftiest
mother, and upon raising himself in bed cheese when presented to the President. ENORMOUS TORNIP. The of '
of Land Claims in this District, editor the peak of the Black Mountain in Yancey
found that ho had been stunned Democrat.
by a blow -[ Franklin Mercury at Greenfield
:for, ,, ,which the extra compensation allowed given with an,axe, the head of which, as has received a Turnip of the English, Mass.variety county in that State,is found to be more, than

., fortna'initself, but a scanty recom he lay a little upon one side, struck'him on TEXAS VOLUNTEERS.-,The brig Meta- ; raised by Mr. Comstock,of Shelburne, 200 feet above Mount Washington in New

pense. tho forehead cornerwise, cutting out a tri- wankeag, of Bangor, Maine, has left for weighing fourteen pounds and measuring Hampshire,' hitherto'--accounted tne 'l highest

i ,It Isi!amattcf orcongratulation that this angular, niece seized\a\ skulL il$ sprang Texas, with 210'able''bodied volunteers, three feet and a half inch in circumference. mountain in the Union.. This State appears
from tho bed, \ shot gun and rush: among them from 40 to 50 Poles. to be late in unfolding its mineral treasures
section of the
country' has in great measure ed to his parent's lie A fellow the
..rescue. A under by of
company of 2\ Col. Wyatt, me Nelson Bush A diamond,said to be real oh examination by
escaped the excitement and disturbances Short in in relation to the slave question which upon seeing him with a gun tIed throughthe of 100 volunteers have left Lagrange, account of his marriige in Mobile paper.. geologists, was recently found there.,

have unfortunately agitated to such extent was door uncertain way. with The,what son effect.fired at Upon him, but returning from fenn.Vicksburg., for, Texas, and another company "open Such a field chap figbt.must"by\ too dastardly for an Governor M'Diiffie, in his message to the

,.1 ,other portions of our Southern Territory | to the room he found that the villain ._..-l fc \- Legislature of South Carolina, enlarges upon

''r :and they fed it proper to express their decided had attempted to cut his father's throat, THE HAT MANOFICTURE 1.1 AMERICA. The New York Statesman says,that the the slave question. lie states his opinions

disapproval of the' disregard to the and bad so far succeeded to inflict a deep By a calculation made a few weeks since, Canadian Government<
regular restraints of the law and of order gash under his chin. lie had also stabbed it appears that the amount of hats manufactured to take posse-i lon of a- nart. ,- or-, _N'w._n-_ some extracts hereafter, that our readers VJ
him 'in the temple and one or two oilier in Hampshire knownthe
the United States in one vear Indian Stream judge of the
soundness of his views.
which have been indulged in some of the places_ about the head, but gave no fatal exceeds sixteen millions of dollars.n There; Territory, '

States. wound. His mother was lying almost lifeless are, it is estimated, upwards of twenty-five I CORK.-Mr. Asael Renick lately receivedthe
1 In conclusion with two ribs broken and one of the thousand Myer 1\Iyers, Esq. Of Norfolk Borough
they render their thanks persons employed in the busi-
premium society
has been awarded the agricultural
0 .bones of tho wrist. The other appointed :by the by
chop.per ness, the expense o whose labor is but King Of the
to the Judge of this Court for the lucid
l ,when the son was attacked, fled, and seven millions of dollars.UNPARALLELED Netherlands his Consul for the State of !Pickaway county, Ohio, for the best
And interesting charge delivered to them, in the act of passing the door was struck Virginia. acre ?f corn. The product of the acre was

at the opening of the session and take oc at by Short, but the axe fortunately hit the D SPA.TcB.-Tbe schr. The one hundred and fifty seven bushels !
arms used
t casion to express the high senso they en ,op of the door casement.. On the follow Exit, Capt. N, Sisson commenced running bayonets, are thus by denominated infantry and called
ing day, a white person residing in the as a regular! packet between this and because There was a rumor of a combination among
the port they
tertain'of dignity and usefulness were first made at
ability neighborhood, saw a naked man in conversation Savannah, on the lith November, 1834, Bayonne,in France. the blacks for evil purposes at this time. But

\1 with ', which, his official course Ismarked. with some negroes lie approached and this day completes the year; during I The volunteers for Texas we are authorized to say that there was not
? him and the who went
spoke ; man turned round which time she made
has tuty-drte
.*" 10 ; and pas from New Orleans in the steamboat Oua- sufficient foundation to cause the alarm.
WM. M. REED,'FoRW seeing the person hailing him armed sagea between; the two ports.Charleston. chita, have safely landed at Natchitoches

,,-Lft: ( I' with a rifle fled. The gentleman not know- [ Courier. la high spirits. No foreignaewa of importance since our
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Pcdricfcjof GlMfcorougb, N. J. .. ,
John Co-partnership :heretofore i
lest most existing in the'Post Office at Jack. ON ROUTE
Its was on Sunday killed in the Under the name of L.CURRIER &Co. has REMAINING NO. 2171.
shocking manner,by the explosion of a flask been dissolved by the death of ELIJAH WIL County, ,on the 30th VIA PABLO '
Sept. 183.i-and if not taken out in three
of gunpowder in his jwbket.I)( Having discharged LIAMS. All persons having demands against months, they will be sent to the General Post LeavoSt.Mary.every Wednesday,at2 F.M. i
his: piece, it communicated with the said firm, are requested to present the Office as DeadLeU'rs. Arrive at Pablo every Thursday 7 P. M. ,. 'f ,

the powder in his pocket, and ho was lit- same ; and all persons indebted to said firm, w B Thomas T. Moody. Leave Pablo every Friday, at 6}1by '

erally blown in two, and, died almost in- to make payment, the, subscriber, who is A. Broward, N Arrive at St. Augustine: same day by G p, M. t

stantly. ..__ authorised to receive the"same. Mary Broward, M. E. J. North, LeaveSt.: Augustine every Monday at5 A.M.
L. Arrive at Pablo
CURRIER. John Broward, Nat. same day by 6} P. M.
VERT DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.-The paper November 10,1833iFOR : William Blount, 0 Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A. M.

mills belonging to Messrs. Brown, Tower, ... -" Bowroson, Russell Ormon. Arrive at St. Marys next day by 11 A.M. .

& Co. at Hampden, Me., were burned to CHARLESTON. ANNUAL meeting for 1835: will com- Edgar S. Barrows, P VIA JACKSONVILLE., "; .I

the ground a few morning's) since. The THE fine packet Schr. GEORGE Tuesday,'December 15th, and C. A. L. Boliver, Neil McPherson, Leave St Marys every Saturday, at 2 P. M. i I l\\'.(t,,
'loss is estimated at twenty thousand dol- .6 Sf MARY, C WILLEt, Master, now continue 5 days. Oran Baxter; William Perry, Arrive at Jacksonville next day"by G P. M. ,....;
,No insurance. i in first rate order for sea-will run :, 1st Day-A Sweep-Stakes for 3 year old Nancy Bellamy, George Pindarvis. Leave Jacksonville every Monday< ,at G A.M. '
lars. L her regular trips from his port to Charles Colts and Fillies, 3 mile )heais! -subscription Eliza Bellamy, R Arrive at St. Augustine same day by 6} P. M. : \' .,>:
ton, and will sail or about the $300-forfeit MOOJ!! : Arthur Burney. Leave
There arrived New Orleans on 10th inst. Henry Reilly, St. Augustine every Thursday 5.. '
SPECIE.- at For freight or passage, apply to L. Currier, 2d Day-AI'ost.Stakesfree for any Horse C Francis Richard, 3 A.'M. I :
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on the 4th tilt in three vessels from Mcta- Jacksonville-or ". Lib ey,Whitesville. Mare, or Gelding, in the United States, 4 Rachel Christe, William B. Ross,, Arrive at Jacksonville same day by G P. M. : I .:'

morns and Tampico, th;), largo sum of one mile heats. Subscription $300() -forfeit $100. George Colt. 2 John Rose, I Leave Jacksonville every Friday at GA. M. '". : t.
hundred and eleven thorsandfive, hundred I DRY GOODS, &c. 3d Day-Jocky Club Purse- $300,2 mile D Robert Robinson, Arrive At St Marys next clay by I P. M. \ '; '
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and fifteen dollars i1i,8peci I Subscriber respectful informs the heats-Entrance $25., Wm. .S. Donaldson. John or Jonathan CROSS ROUTE-VIA ST.; JOHK'S BLUFF. 1 '

THE that he has just returned from '4th Day-Jocky Club Purse $GOO, 3 mile E Ralchford. Leave Pablo every Friday, at G A. M. \ :::;.
PASSENGERSPer heats-Entrance $:;o. Chandler S. Emory; S Arrive at Jacksonville '
New York, with an entire new and full as same day by 12 M. .
Steamer Florida from Savannah Col. sortment of Dry Goods, Ilardvare.and, Cut Gth Day-ProPrietor's Purte $300, 1 mile P Edward II.Sams, 3 Leave Jacksonville same day,at 1'P.M. \ '

Crane, Dr. Woodruff, Krs.' Woodruff/,Mrs. 'lery, Shoes and Hats, Groceries and Provisions heats-3 best in GEntrancEi$2.3.TIIO.1.1moWN. Col. Flemln t 3 Gurney Smith, 2 Arrive at Pablo same 'day by 7 P.-M. '.' ,,;I \ i.; \ ,;
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Mrs. Williams, and Miss Porter. Drugs and l\Iedicinest Crockery and Charles E. I''hnnI1enn.ndina Sanchez, IBAIAIl D. HART, P. M. ,':? .: ,
Gurnsey, Secretary & Proprietor.. JosiahFogg.,, D. Sanchez, Jacksonville July Ib35.: 'f
I Messrs. J. Reardon, T. White,Hart, White, Glass Ware. And hopes by attention, to I -. u. : Mlonrairsfrnnions.B .' f 31sta" ,
S. Y/ J. 'I merit a share of their patronage' and assures .
L. W. Mansfield Gary, Henry, "
{ A.< D. S. Gardiner Smith ,
I Gurnsey, J. Gonsolve'J.; R :vmoond.F. L.Kincannoh them, that his Goods,will txfisoVl at a reasonable INDIAN I'AIus. :, Jaratne:.nrj NOTICE TO TR VELLEns.
" 'Peale price for Cash or in barter for SALE OF INDIAN .CATTLE.THE Josia\,Gates. Searse.*
G, W, .Cdburg, ,' Alobly, country II '. : T
" 'A. Davis, S. A.Larock, J. Middleton,W. H. produce. II. II. PHILIPS. sale of the Cattle to be surrendered Joshua Hickman I JaneTucker 2 "

,. Faulkner, DeBrot, Sams and Hopkins. N.:B.-CASH paid for Cotton, Hides,Deer the United States, by the Seminolo Reubin llogans, Sara(Tucker., ".

i Skins, Tallow, Beeswax, Moss, &c. Indiana, under the Gth Article of the Treatyof Charlotte Hall U 1-.
J iJ MARINE JOURNAL: Jacksonville, Nov.. 20. 40tf the 9th of May, 1832, with: that Tribe, will Isaiah D.Hart, 3 Thomas Underwood.- THERE will,be? a'reguiar conveyance' for .
week f from St.
commence at Flotard's place: on the road
Clerk Court.4 W i
I Super. ., by Pablo to St. Augustine1;; toleave St. '
10. leading from Micanopy to Tampa, about 12
I Mary' 2 o'clock P.'M
, miles from1 the Seminole Agency, on the 1st every Wednesday ,
t JVndrw t
B. Lancaster Welch 2
Subscriber has received from Joseph and arrive Pablo ,
just at (
next day. I
of December ensuing and. at Volucia
THE day ; ,
3 Waters
" ; York full of iFall and Persons
a who wish avoid '
supply on the right bank of the' bt. Johns river, on to a night expo-
7th-Schr. Daniel Webster, Hinsdale,from Winter Goods, consisting of the 15th day of the same month, and be con- John Lawton. T. Williams, sure on the water,will find;very comfortable ,,
eJ New Yorkwithprovisions for U.' S. Troopsat 120 barrels best Canal Flour, tinued from day to day until the whole that 'M Charlie Willey, i accommodations Fernandina, at Mr.. A. ,

, Camp King. : 100 half do do do maybe surrendered at thcso. 'places William Morgan, Timohy. Wightman. Diu', rand can leave Fernandina the next + .,:
:, 10th-Steamer Florida, Hubbard, from Sa.. 75 bbls Pilot Bread, shall be sold. respeclively David McKees, 2 'Y morning and arrive at Pablo the same day.- r fJ 1 ,
Thomas 2 .
: vannah. 30 do Irish Potatoes, Sales will be made to the highest bidder, MoodYj 1 Ihnl7loung.SAIA They can leave Pablo every Friday morning ,
rr. MEMORANDA. hhds New Rum P. M. at 4 o'clock p pP '
20 England, and prompt payment required from purchasers and arrive at Bt. Augustine at u;
'. Brig Howell up at New York on the 35th 4000 Ibs Bacon, in every case. M. same day ; leave Augustine every
ult. for St. Augustine. 4000 do best Soap, It is probable that a considerable numberof FOR SAL:, Sunday, and arrive'at Pablo same day. ,

s.d 10 quintals Cod Fish, Indian Ponies, or horsu, ill be offered o.t 'A VALUABLE' COTTON PL/STATION, pleasantly Passengers wishing to visit St. Augustine, 1\\
HEAD QUARTERS, l ; 20 kegs Goshen Butter, private sale or public 'auction, at the times situated, and hedthy on the St. will be,, accommodated on reasonable terms. /.
40 bags best Coffee,. Johns' river in h four Fare from St. Pablo to St.
I' Jacksonville Dec.10th, 1835. and points assignated. Duval couny, Florida Mary's by Augustine 'I
Mess & Prime Pork,Molasses,Sugar,Rice, WILEY THOMPSON, miles above the'crowing torn of Jac&eonville $5. From St. Augustine to Pablo $3. \
ieuL LAST evening about 8o'clock, are- Macker White Beans, Rump Brandy, Holland Supt. Seminole Hem. containing &00 acres, which one half There i. also a safe boat which'will run'

was circulated in this city and and American Gin, Irish; Whiskey, Seminole Florida 4th Oct. 1835. (250 acres) is good planting l land in a compact :. once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville ; and ...
the neighborhood, that the Indians had stacked Wines, Porter, Lemon Syrup,&c. &c. Agency,, ; body, and under fence It fine a good will depart ahd arrive to as to meet the mail '

: the dwelling of Mr. Raphael l Su- -ALSO- Dwelling House,with all theother necessary boat on, its return from St. Mary's and the .

L ware, and had murdered his. sister and A large'assortment of Dry Goods-Boots NOTICE buildings required'on a Plantation Those stage as it arrives from St. Augustine. Fare .
this 'was brought to'Jack- & Shoes, Crockery, Glass, Stone, Hard and THE subscribers having*. disposed of all who wish to purchase, can call on JOSIAII from Pablo to'JackaonYille',$' All fare to '
'dd. family onville; said report Suwarez and 'John Iftif- Hollow wares, &c. &c. stock of goods to Mr. WILLIAM GATES, 'who IS on the place and 'will aid i be paid at Pablo. .O. TAYLOR.

d.In by in considerable. Cotton Bagging, Twine, Rope, &c. RIDER, and having taken thk store lately occupied them in an examination of the premise.Th ..- KTThe Mall boat will leave Pablo for St. '
ngham-the town was a All 5f which will be sold at the lowest cash by them, they cheerfully! recommend will have a view of the present crop, Mary's every Tuesday and return on Thurs Ii,
1'8 state of alarm and excitement, -the corps prices. M. K. PINCKSTON I their customers to patronize him. and from, him,or the subscriber at St. Mary a, day. The'stage leaves lablo'every Friday; I' '
nder my ,command was called 'out'and Mr. Rider is fully ,authorised to settle all! Georgia, may obtain the terns of sale.'WHIFFLE for St. 'Augustine and returns on the succeeding .f :.'v
Jacksonville Nov. 19 183:>. 3tfNE'V I' 1
Ieor emained under arms during the nightnd ,- our Book accounts contracted in our store ALDRICII. Sunday. Gra3 I ,
a guard of twelve'nien stationed at the i business. Those\ indebted': to us either by Jacksonville, Aug. 17. 4w31 ? I. I
5tiI >ut-posts; Mr. Dunlap and Mr. Hogans note or book account,are requested to call at 'JACISONVjLLI : 'r" aI
Subsbscriber has just received from hts store and the vitliout delay or I ,
, vent out to Pickett's, six miles dis- pay same ,, $100 REWARD.
express '
in, ant, and on their return reported that the York and Charleston', per'Schr.George .' suits will be commenced. from the Jail of Monroe Coun. I AND TALLAHASSEE, STAGE.L; : ', f" .y
1 and full assortment of BLANCHARD &: RIDER. ESCAPED
Mary, a ,
larm bad ,originated, from' the passing of Diytriot of Florida a prisoner "
rid he Nassau Troops, under the command ENGLISII AND WEST INDIA GOODS, Jacksonville, Sept. 17th, 1805. 35tf by the name of JAMES S. SIMOJfDS, ., ..,. '" : :
;le AXD GROCERIES; who was committed to custody on three .
Major Hart, near SUW rez. dwelling- my t .i :'r. ", ..
to t appeared that they discharged several which he offers, for sale at the lowest cash NOTICE.' indictments found by the grand jury of said I '
', the several of murder Public are informed that a line of t
BLWCIIARD\fy charges THE
prices. purchased County, on ,
and made noise. This.
I in tins some niorn- HAVING Barouches will
[ is : The highest price paid for ail i! kinds of 'S stock of Goods in this place, piracy, and larceny, and made his escape by T 11"! run ;between 1
O" 'nnd
isle iig every thing perfectly tranquil.D J !: of false the of the 14tn 'r" Jacksonville, toleave title'pia
Cotton Moss Hues, Furs and taken the store recently occupied means keys on night .. ./
Comdt. produce-such as with '
m S. ,GARDINER, Capt. &c. &c. .11., L1BBEY. them, I calculate to replenish} the stock i inst. He is a native of New'Uartford,(Con.) -y Monday.
such articles be wanted to have'' a mariner and has been for several in QTForty pounds baggage will be allowed1
as ;
Three o'clock P.1\I..An; has Black Creek Nov. 19 1835. 3iHtID" may years
; express
to each and for
tyb. market. command'of and vessels passenger& any greater weight,
good assortment for this trading wrecking ,
, ust been received from the Camp atiVhitesville II. Libbey having been appointed agentfor ono cent per pound will be charged for .
(CFPurchasers will find it for their interest and at one' time commanded the Scar. Lydiaof every:
dated this morning;;Colonel the Schr. George & Mary, he wJl attendto to call as above. Philadelphia. lie is about ears of ten miles '
Warren states that there are three the of all kinds of freight to or high 1tJ[ 'Fare through, each $25.JAMES "
compares receiving O"Pay: .on delivery: of the Voods.. age,' five feet five or six inches has a way 1.IIARRI fc
.w of the Regiment at that point, and from Charleston. I WILLI M RIDER., down cast guilty look;dark sallow complexion 1\ i

i'ill take up the line of march for We- Jacksonville, Sept. 8, 1835"*, 35tf but from close confinement for several Jacksonville. Jan. 14. 3tfCONVEYANCE ,

limpka to-tnorrow.; The Col. reports one FACTORAGE & COMMISSION I months had become somewhat 'pa1e,hl\l a remarkable I. j I: :
In unfired and twenty horsemen equipped, BUSINESS. NOTICE. scar on his head and some 'scars FROM
Irt's about his face. He i. well known !in New JACKSONVILLE ST. AUGUSTINE. ;
fid expects more. Subscribers intend establishing on persons having demands against the .
j ,
D. S. GARDINER, Capt. Comdt. THE first November, a branch of their ALL otMARYHOBKIUK, deceased, York where his wife's connexions reside. -i,
House in Charleston, S. C. for the transac. are requested to present them attested, I will give the above reward if he is secured : J.k'J I.
19.n. of Commission Business the the 1st in any Jail in the United State., or the :
PUBLIC NOTICES tion Factorage'and to undersigned, on or before day ,
n.ly f S hereby given to all that the under the firm of W. KING & Co. t) be con of February next, and all persons indebted to same reward with all reasonable expenses if 'J
persons, : their W. and would delivered to me at Key West. Subscriber will Dar riche
Commanding Officers of the different I ducted by partner King, said Estate are requested to make immediate THE run ajjood *
en respectfully offer their services in both the payment THOMAS EASTIN, 8-Marshal. good Hones from Jacksonville to

R. ward Stations, have strict orders to arrestd cities Charleston. and Savannah, to their JAMES HOBKIRK, ) Vr.ril Key,West, July 25, 183.1. St. Augustine, once a week 5 to leave,,thU'; .
.rt detain under guard, all slaves and free friends\ and the public. WILLIAM J. MILLS. 5 place every Monday morning, and arrive in

bored persons found at large, except in 'R. & W, KING. Jacksonville Oct. I 1835. 38tf R. II. GREGORY, : St. Augustine on the evening the same day.) ,
he actual service and in company with Savannah: Oct. 51835.,, 2w39! Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I Returning-will leave bt. ,Augustine! on
: Jeir owner or overseer. Wednesday morning, and arrive at this place
REWARD.: opened office in Jacksonville for
$00 an ,
:1td. Persons are therefore requested to gov- ,NEW' STORE. RANAWAY from the subscri- HAS practice of the Law, in the several : on the evening of the same day will 1,

d'C i themselves accordingly.l Subscriber has just received a com- since Courts of Duval and of the adjoining coun QirForty pounds baggage be allowed;
her about two months .
THE to each passenger,and for any greater weight, f
JOHN WARREN, assortment of English and West hi5Swo ,
!lie Col, 4th Regt. F. M. India Goods, and Groceries,which are offeredfor It and John.negro George fellows, a, George South ties.He pledges, himself,.that:'all: business entrusts one ten miles cent'per; pound will charged for, every ,, II'

lid [Jacksonville, Dec. 8,1835.NOTICE. I.sale at the lowest' \prices. J. P. LEVY. Carolinian. born, is about. 40 to attention.ms care, snail, receive prompt and UTFare:: each way $5. "'* '; .' .
diligent ,
of toe middle
'years old, size, II. H.'PIIILIPS. SJacksonville
.. Picolata, Nov. 10. ,,39tf ,; well built, he stammers- Jacksonville, ,10)yI51835.) 29tf Feb. :2. \ Gtf. ..... .
is I I much that at times it is difG ""* \
of. I ty Court make of application Columbia county to the,(next which Coun-will v WANTED cult to understand what he saya.John STORE/TO:/' LET.f1IIE 20,000 LIJ8. O'F BLACK MOSS ..' .

[held on the first Monday in April next) A T this Office, an apprentice to the Printing an African born, It about 28 STORE at MiADARis recently WANTED. ..., ?', f :"' $

elm: I* division of the cattle of;;ABEL G. LO- business, fifteen or sixteen years old, old, middle size,stout, fat,and of a very black ,.. occupied' by E. A. Co- SnI>. rL! .r,wjJ purohaM th ,abora, e
|R,late of said county deceased ; all pert of good moral character and industrious bab- complexion. Both jobbing carpenters. Those IIKV: E. 'W *having claim against said cattle will. its, to such an one liberal encouragement will two negroes are probably lurking in the terms. It is a good stand for business, andposeeeaon Savannah previous to lit October, In'largo' .

;t idei in their account on or before that be offered. iNov. 19. neighborhood Whitesvilleon Black Creek, can,be had immediately. or email quantities. ;
H JAMES EDWARDS, Duval County, E..F., where they have their Apply to C. READ! near the' premises. J, \V. MORRELL.
rss. |>ec. 4, 1835. >-3m42 PICOLATA. SE. wives. George at Mr.' S. Y, Carey'i and John Mandarin, August a, 1835, 29tf Savannah, June 17. 4w27 .
The undersigned respectfully an- at Mr. Brown t. -
'.11 NOTICE; ... nounces to the Public that be in- The above reward will be paid by Mr NOTICE. NOTICE ..

|IX weeka after date, I will apply'to! the lilLffiL tends opening,'early inf October, the Francis Gue, Merchant in St. Augustine I I WILL hold a Jacksonville Court at the LL persons having demand. against the,.
I lIon. the Judge of the County Court of Hotel known as PICOLATA IIou/E. The building thirty dollars on the delivery in the jail of Court-house on the See A Estate of Mrs. CLEMAffTIXE GAL
heon Inl county, for letters administration having been greatly enlarged, will com said city of each of said negroes; besides the end Saturday in each month, at 10 o'clock, A. TIER, dec. will present them properly attested "

1'strteof CHARLES Ito YT, late of said fortably accommodate a numerous company, reasonable expenses incurred bring them M. In my absence: any business left with and all persons indebted to said Estate, ;
I aty, deceased. JOSIAII FOGG. the Rooms will be well furnished and the there, or on the delivery to tie person sent O. M. Dorman Esq., will be punctually attended I will wake immediate payment to ,

as tc. 10, 1835. Cw42} Table richly supplied with th{ best fare ,the to receive them at any place where they may to.. 8.8TAEETER, W. D, nOSS.lacuoni1J .
70 country affords / i be secured with the proper information gljr- Justice of the Peace. July 25, 18m.: 29tf .
11 NOTICE. Picolata is situated on the Si Johns river, I en, to that effect to the said Francis Gue.M. June 17. 25 'I i ;

ILL forty miles above Jacksonville] eighteen DE FQUOERES.St. FOR HALE. .., J1 I
persons having claims against the miles West of Augustine with a stage 29! PROCLAMATION, Stills .' ,
tate JOAN ) ,Augustine'July 1. Copper ,nearly pew; one eoQ ,
of the late ,JWfO/FJVde- ride of threehours K. Walker and Acting TWO
ed d communication, requiring only Uy Secretary, two hundred gallons, with a
all persons indebted to said The climate is remarklblr.mild. and Governor of Florida.TriIEREAS .
are NOTICE.CLCBK'S beater of the same1 capacity; the other eon
iOng- requested to present their claims and balmy and being exempt from;the humidityof \ an Election was held on the li taming fifty will be'disposed;
f of their debts, to F. J. JcbI OITICI-DPVAL COCJITT, > VV in for the .
JIIf.as. 81ayment the sea atmosphere, has proved highly first Monday May, 1835 of at terms advantageous to the purchaser '
:, I Geo. t>r J. G. BROWS of baneficial to invalids laboring under pulmonary Jacksonville, August' 34, le35. jALL election of a Delegate to the next Congress For further particulars Inquire of O. DIIGTOK. -

Orleans, Executors.F. affections persons having any deeds or other of the United States, for the Territory of Esq. \VhrteivUle, or at this office.

.. J, JUDSON Executor.' A Steamboat running between this of writing to be recorded, Florida; and whereu at said election, Josiru I Jacksonville, May 0. 'lOtI' ,
3d weeklI'
1835. 41tf place and Savannah, every desirable will please leave the money for recording the M., WHITE received a greater number of ,: t

facility for communication between the same also-otherwise the deeds or other instruments votes than any other individualas appears of all descriptions fri tec1. "t
:ut ; NOTICE. will not be placed upon record until. bl the'etumsl legally made to me -. BLANKS ., at short notice. J.

lOt Weeks from date, I shall apply to the With these advantages, the undersigned the fees is paid. Now, therefore, in pursuance! of law: I do Job Work In s'' ) '' '"J
I'Jauorable the Judge of Duval County hopes by his unremitted personal attention, Persons having papers of any kind already hereby proclaim the said Joseph M.White, : Aleo reasonable, handsome .tlr ,. :J
r I *rsof Administration on the Estate of to render entire satisfaction to all who may recorded, will 1 please call and pay for them, duly elected the Delegate from this Territory and on
'*l.lS IIOYT., deceased., favor him with their patron. u the work it done, and I want/ P.7' to the next Congress pf the United State. V Justice Blinks-DeedsBUl* of l 3

JurI ,L. CURRIER. JOIP. LEVY ISAIA11 D. HART, Clerk. Given under my band this WALKEDS of ding-M nif nU, &c., constantly for sale" .at."

aril!., Dec. 3. 6w41 I Picolata, E.F. Sept. 12. 8w33 I Jacksonville, Aug. 3. 29tf August, A.D. 1835. O.K.. thla-o lu. J

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\ A doctor visiting ,his patient, a lady, requested RAIL ROAD NOTICE. THE SUDSCRlD R'ha'ving' i

y e'"DhISCHL, : > 'AeN'iOV13.( to look at her tongue. She open- Southern Agi culturaltsc from purchased

TROUBLES.ABliction's *. ed her mouth and put the end of her tongueout. A Editor,and proprietor, Mr. John "D. its late
a TilE or ANTICIPATING solicits the support of the
FOLLY friends
doctor,said 'fC it out little ..,.. of Agncul.:
1 seen in prospective are more The, ,, put Commissioners giveno- ture, and of the intents connected
further madam : and was under the necessity THE undersigned throughout the Southern States with i
y appalling than when!,. they actually arrive. that pursuant the Act entitled CAPT. 1IUBBARD, published this work Mr. He hi,
: of repeating: it several times the An 'Act Act incorporate the 'Legare
to amend in from
are attended by some ita
but Savannah thb"
few week from commencement, m
For there are RAILROAD run once a year 188
lady only putting' ,her tongue out a trifling FLORIDA PEIUHSDLA: AND JACKSONVILLE WILL at Darien St' thus practically acquainted and he i.
alleviating circumstance,that deaden their : COMPANY,"aporoved February,1835, Ficolata, touching with the mode
,then should, wo sour the distance each time. At length the doctor that the Books will be again opened at Jacksonville Mary's, and JackSonville. which it should be co ducted. Its publict in
force. Why, n: & W. KING tion will be continued ,
trouble remarked t put it out as far as possible, at the store of I.D. lfart,'Baystreet, : on same term8and
l cup of happiness,'' by anticipating on the 4th day bfAJay, and continue open Agents Savannah., in the same manner OB, heretofore with
reach and in probabilities madam. ,Lord, doctor (says she) you must next, to receive All slave improvements as his 'xperience 8uch
that may never us, until the 1st daj of August Freight payable, by shippers. As may,ugge,
think there is end to women's tongue.." said Rail Road cleared at the' Custom- subscriber i I i. solicitous
dependent on a ,thousand, contingent no a subscriptions into execution.for,stock to carry House.passengers must be Journal the vehicle f, ,dissemminafi >thil

. i .circumstances,. never, likely to, occur at "I was'going,'- said ad Irishman, "over By the 8th Section ofthisamendaiory Act, ,Conveyances, for|r St. Augustine, in readi-' lisped information, not of only with regard to useful f Au\.
r' of will be placed the subscribers'for stock heretofore taken systems but also,
doing so
The folly and I [ husbandry
once. ? Westminster Bridge,the ,other day, ness at Picolata. mental.efforts ,in eaperi
subscribe for the'same and
have ,
a prior to llorticd
i in a stronger light by the following, anecdote met Pat Hewins.:-Hewins," says I, how amount of Stock right on the New Books. July 1,1835. I tuny he invites free f nd unrestricted comrnu.

't :- are you ?" Pretty, well ll thank you Don ; ISAIAH. HART, mcation from'all Let persons'' occupied in theM
JAMES DELL MACON, STEAMBOAT; pursuits. no o imagine that
A ,country woman: set her daughter"a I he I"that's not isolated eolilaq
nelly says says my W. J. MILLS, C D MPAN'Y.TIIE facts or experiments are too trivia
of fifteen to bake while she went to a be communicated, !to
girl ,, name. Faith ; no more is mine lleyv- I STEPHEN EDDY, All systematic knowl.

neighbor's., After some staysho returned, ins be.a So looked at each \ JOS. B. LANCASTER. edge is but the'agregate of bumble .
says lars and Science
d'ber Jacksonville March 31, 183.3. 14 .. ., ; ,:in every departS
p and found the Oven sparkling. other again, and sure it turned out to bo brought to perfecti') 1;not through! the instru.

daughter In another} ,apartment in the' gr at"esfagooy' neither of us." 'NJIY'.GOODS.THE ;, mentality of a sink 4 exrraordinary E

and tears., ''A sight so unexpected Subscriber has for sale the following above company take this method otf by the contribution of particulaKan
the that they, have
"The dust :..quite astonishing to-day merchandise. public I individuals, and generally. after the hi. ,., i
tho 8ympathl"int
!, excited raqst Superior' quality .Blankets from $4 50 to purchased two Steamboats, the. MACON many years, ne is tisirous, therefore to- "bass
maternalboscm, and solicitude for the surely, we had <.i great deal of rain 'yest r- $5 50 per pair and ECEL'which boats are to run regu- as many facts to record as can be furnished-,

After much entreaty, the daughter dap," said a travellerin Ireland to thc driver -, A good quality Negro cloth 371-2 c. pr yd.Irish larly between Darien and Macon, leaving\ and from the planter, who is systematic i is
cause. Darien week with two tow boats. his
Linen from 50 c to $1.00. once every experimental labors
!t .complied._ I was thinking," said she;." if of his car.II Oh is it rain, your honor, Best plaid Homespuns 7 yds. for $1.00, The steamboats will draw only 2C inches of failures as well a his successful, an account efforts of li,

; I was.married''and should have a dear little replied) the Whi*, bless you, sirs it's noth- 3-4 Homespuns unbleached lOc per yard, water with two good engines in each. The be acceptable. If the last are worthy of being, will

i child and should live to'ruri about, and ing in ,Ireland,\ hich, is so dry that there Superior fancy stripes' 18 3-4cl company have steamboats been> at great the expense to place and recorded that they may be imitated, the first
Silk h'dkfs from 5Oc to $150, this line of in Ocmulgee should be noted jn order-to be
1 should, be) baking as '''I now am, and I was plenty of d st on the roads the day after = 4-4 unbleached hirting 13c per,yard by Altamaha and riverswould respectfully solicit ,,The, subscriber hopes that this shunned.appeal to hit

shoul4 go out for fuel and should I leave it the Deluge. the piece, or 6 y'd for one dollar by retail, the patronage of the public.. This line will fellow citizens of the South, will not be ii
Shirting bleach* i from 13c,to 25c pr yd, be a great facility for merchants who wish'to vain. It would be a reproach to
'. ; alone, and it should take a chair,and should learned, yang lady being asked at a Fancy dress an furniture calicoes from ship their goods by the way ,of Savannah or to meet the''fate'of the Southern Review our Plan ten

getup to the mouth of the' oven,,and it 13c to 25c per yard 871.2c piece, Darien, to Hawkinsville and Macon o; in' the last it may,,be justly'said, that it' Of
I tea-table if she was sot
ed "I havea
should crawl log and should burn itself to u sugar,replied, Sattinetts from to $125, ,superfine, shipping Cotton ''to Savannah.. Arrangements fered to fall,when it was not only rearing for
diabolical inv cible repugnance to sugar, Superfine cloth $4 50 per yard, have been made, to forward cotton or us a well merited fame as a
death,'all 1 to'a crisp, what terrible. thing for according t my'insensible cognitions 'White and red flannels from 371-2c to goods without detention between Savannah- but it was also vindicating the litempeople Southern hal,
it would be. Oh!, oh,dear, what should.I 62'l-2c per yard } and Darien. its from the unjust aspersions which hare
do upon the subjecd the savosity the sugar Bed tickings from 183-4c to 25c per yard, No exertion or 'expense will be spared to been so liberally bestowed upon us out elm

E ? nullifies the fla4>sity of. tho tea, and ren- Musquito nettin ;,good quality$125 pr ps. give the greatest despatch to goods. or cotton I section of, country: The Southern Agri.;

"Let> us not smile at the imaginary,trouble ders it vastly 0 oxious." ALSO shipped by this line. ", culturalist" in some measure supplies lie

i of,the girl, while half tho ills :we feels ,A good asBortm nt of fancy beltribbanda- Agents for the above boats : place of',the Southern Review, so far as regards

s that shirt buttons-sil ;sewing silk-ball and BALDWIN. &CO'.Savannah.J. the circumstances last alluded to. If
equally imaginary, but meet those WANT or A ItOSE.=A gentleman without : '
thread do.
spool -wri ing paper-superior serves as a Register not
vi4' really: exist with' ,fortitude, and they will a nose was fbllowed by,an unfortunate ladies white hose- horn and wood combs GODDARD,,& Co. :Macon Darien.4", Husbandry, but also ,of facts only relating of method to our of
i become 'less, formidable, in proportion as old beggar-wo, n, who wound,up all,her silk and cotton u nbrellas.. -and a good as- J. E. & 'DELEXO ,Charleston. system of Slavery. ,The subjects of the deci-

' with firmness." with sornment_ _of___ ;___ ____ __:..___ ', Time, the' treatment, the characters of our
met speeches "Heaven Dec.,1834. 1,,
they, ,, are, preserve your DRUGS AND AIEDICINES.UThe Slaves, are fairly suited :to its and
w : eye-sight!t' ," ll ifhy so good woman ?" above Articles are of the bestqua'tity constitute topics as interesting and pages important

:Y,ELOQUENCE I'xTRA0RD1IPAnT.--A' : : committee said he, "Becai o your honor has got no and will be so d for a' small advance, ,'for LAND AT ST. PABLO as any which can engage either our own at-
1 the (construction of cash or produce. I FOR SALE. tention the
man on a certain or attention of those abroad,who
place to hang o\\ a pair of spectacles.",
turnpike once addressed the meetingin W. RICHARD. Subscriber offers for sale for cash, or feel a legitimate interest in our eoncerni.
'Jacksonville Jan. 22.. 4tf
begs leave in conclusion
Negroes, or good acceptancesthe ,- ,
.thoTollowing i language :- Who among A company of equestrians lately performing I following tract of fine Live Oak ham- to remark, that if he had not undertaken to

you,' gentlemen, ,can;mark the, onward at Canny ndaigua, amongst the ma- CABINET, FURNITURE HOUSE. YARE. mock land on St.' Pablo Creek, bounded as continue the publication of this Periodical,

+ march of, Internal Improvement] without acts of horse! nanship exhibited, was the H.,COOKE,, No.,100, Broadway follows, viz:-on the West' by Pablo Creek, most probably, would have been either removed
JAMES from ;
on the North by Winslow Foster's land our city, or
andquality on been'suspended
:' cherishing feelings of pride for the present riding offwitbe t paying the printer. of,York Sideboards-Secretaries-, offers for sale every kind the East and South by lands of Cornelius Whether it will be in his power to'continue it,

;t glory of your. country I The stupendous Book Cases-Tables of all descriptions Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty-. will depend not'only'on' the Pecuniary be 1
Dr. South be Jan a sermon on tho text, three,acres. ,For particulars the Literary Contributions of Southern lion
work now under} construction, when.completud Chairs of ever quality-High post and DART ters.
The of sin is death follows I. D. or He confidently now leaves this matte
wages as :- French Bedsteads of and
: will bo additional star in the Mahogany{ Maple- in their I I
k an Poor indeed ibaVa can't live Hair and Moss Mattrasses-Feather Beds- JAMES DELL- hands, feeling a,, full assurance tin
coronet of our:nation's greatness ; millions "' wages man Looking Glasses-Carpets-and a> full assortment Jacksonville, Jan. 22. 4tf there is wanting on the part of our Planten

{ .will admire the patriotism' and enterprise by. of every. thing necessary to furnisha NOTICE. neither cessary to the sustain liberality! the nor Southern mental Agriculturist energies\ pt 1

M'' of the citizens of = county ;the Ilogtrado' Nothing is so freely given away as counsel. house A. E.'MILLERFublisher.
April 7. 3w15 indebted to the subscriber
persons )
is I ALL ;Charleston S. C. Dec.
with' Kentucky will be secured, by Note or Book account, are requested 1,1834.

1t which will 'be of immense,''benefit .to this SUNDAY'' MORNING NEWS. 'I. SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. to settle the same without delay; and to Persons W. T.WILLIAMS desirous of subscribing' Savannah can apt f hi*I,

l ( News GREAT BARGAIN is offered, in the no credit will be given at my store after the or at!
flourishing village, which I can already Sunday Morning has now been A office., ITHE
THE, the public for upwards of three sale,of a New Sugar Mill, from West I 10th March. HARDY H PHILIPS.
picture, aa one of? .the proudest<< ,cities in the Point Foundry} diameter of Centre Roller Jacksonville March
months, and if any ;criterion can be drawn 3. JOt BOSTON PEARL AND LITER
world!f 'I therefore, gentlemen, motion from the number of its patrons and subscribers two feet two and a half inches,and two outer GAZETTE.-Volume Fount

that ,wo appropriate an additional wheelbarrow it has met with a flattering acceptance, ones, one foot ten and one-fourth inches- ORANGE STICKS. Published every week, by
with Iron points, &c, as also a set of
and the it has been cogs
and two shovels for,the use,of,the principles ement have been guided by in Kettles from the noted Foundry in Scotland, CASH will be paid for One Hundred Or- ISAAC C. PRAYJun.: 1
approved andsanctioned. Sticks The work will
e of various sizes, on delivery publishedweekly
of the ,
known Carran
workmen.-"- ,As a consequence of its increased by name Foundry warranted at this'office number 'quarto
immediately. March 5. containing eight large y p
circulation,its advertising friends have and proof, as malleable Iron. The ca- -equal to of
duodecimo misce
sixty -
: :A new way, of( keeping: } warm, ,during come toward in large numbers; .ndas it may pacity of and the grand Kettle is or three graduated hundred GREAT NATIONAL WORK;, laneous and original matter, printed on sup
proportioned, to
now be considered fairly afloat,and rising on { rior white 1
the cold of down East winter paper, with perfectly new type ,
long nights a, the tide of public favor! it affords an admirable sixty gallons, being four to the set; all of AMERICAN; MAGAZINE handsome title and correct index *
has been *in practice with good ef- vehicle for, the dissemination which, with Coolers, Vats; and a Cistern to Of useful and page
pur of such intelligence Entertaining Knowledge, to,le i7lustraicd be furnished, and the.work at the end of(11 N
fect at Ban go r. It is to have a buckwheatcake as those engaged in business wishto contain"thirtl of if hogsheads for Syrup for, will he by numerous Engravings. year, will form an excellently printed Tola
applied shortly at least
disposed ,
communicate to, their correspondents and BY THE BOSTON BEWICK of four hundred and sixteen equal
made large,enough to cover the bed customers. twenty-five per cent below cost pages, II
A line directed to E. B. COX Sidon success which has attended'the thousand duodecimo, pages.
on pub-
like and it THE
a quilt: spread over piping The number of papers supplied to casual Plantation McIntosh County, ,Georgia of the best Magazines from'the The volume will contain twentyaixpierof '

I lip!" nt the time of retiring. When made enquirers,in addition to the regular subscri Manager,),will be attended to.' (as English Press, has led to preparations for issuing music for the'' Piano Forte, &c. equal II

of sufficient' thickness, retains'' its heat bers, on Sundays very great, and is con- March 12. 4wll a periodical more particularly adaptedto one hundred of common sheet'muBlc, vbi'! '
stonily increasing; which is another proof of the wants and taste of,the American ) could not be purchased 'separately for< 'b
till' morning-and then, i{a person 'is too popular approbation','and,a sign of the attractive NOTICE. While it will be. the,object of the pub.lie. than five dollars; and the publisher is
I lazy to get up, ho can make a very good character of its general! and miscellaneous BY An act passed by the Legislative Council to make the'work strictly what proprietors its mined, to procure the simple rather thin "
contents. of this Territory, at its last session complex and difficult.
title indicates it will
.b akfu8t by eating ,off the edges as lie and' the Governor Feb. 14th nevertheless, contain ,
Under these favorable circumstances the approved by all articles of interest to its patrons, which Although the. )publisher places no der s
lies" [Portland Courier.We Sunday Morning News will proceed with redoubled :1835, Subscribers were appointed Commissioners appear in foreign Magazines. dance whatever, in the support of itasab'rary ':
1 i .to open Books 'and receive subscription I ; from its <*
confidence Extensive engravings
and energy, in laboring preparations have been entered paper H
recollect to have seen some where to gratify the curiosity taste of the public for the stock of a 'Bank to be.located into, both with Artists and Authors, to furnish be presented occasionally, plates frol11COll

an anecdote of an old,patriot, which is too in all 1 the various items of intelligencewhich in JACKSONVILLE.this Town. to be called THE B.lNKOJ' ,froai all parts of the Union, drawingsand and wood of beautiful workmanship
form the staple of a illustrations of ish. Already have appeared jai beautify A
weekly of
journal.--- subject interestwhich
' good to be lost. ,He received the first In of ''which the Subscribers every Coop
The man of business will be Mire to find pursuance the publishers confidantly believe will engraved portrait of James Fenimore
number of a newspaper which had for its : therein the most recent and correct information hereby give notice, that the Books for Sub. enable them to issue a work honorable to its executed on steel, and a chaste vignette t

. '' motto-"De j just and fear not."-Shak'sptare upon the state of the foreign and domestic scription the stock in said Bank, will be title and acceptable to the American People. page, engraved on copper. to
.*', markets, die current of business,the arrival opened in this Town, at the CountingRoomof The Amencan Magazine is published Its contents will bevarious, and apirited'there ,
;"wb1ellhe read thus:-Be Jusr and of vessels, land 'every thing connected Messrs. Blanchard & Rider, corner ot monthly-each humber containing between will be a general ,record of Oct
Y which he with mercantile\ the Bay and Liberty streets) at 10 o'clock,A. M. and ces Statistics notices & It
bar not Sbakspeore, upon jumped ; politician'willmeet forty fiftyimperial octavo pages, at.Two Obituary *
in of and with a faithful\ abstract of the movements on the fourth day of May next. DOLLARS per annum, payable in advance. addition to tile Tales Legends, flistor' '
and a gush patriotism rustic ;
,, It Fugitive and !
of parties, legislative proceedings compris -Portraits and Biographical elling, ,Literary, An
j' simplicity exclaimed Blood and'ouns!! here, together with details of the political RIDER. Sketches of distinguished Americans; Views Sketches, Biography, Poetry, &c.making J
:I oq'i fear Sliakspeare nor any other tory i operations on the continent 'of Europe, and STEPHEN EDDY. of Public Bui dings, ,Monuments, and im elegant paper for the parlor,and for Ui t I"
D. HART. W'' Lo
him we'll teach him every other !l.uartnoftbe globe : the lover of JSAIAII provements; I indscape scenery-the bound- of polite literature, as contribution
a A
come on-
new varied and diversified reading will find the i L Commissioners. less variety ''aid beauty of which, in this secured from some of the molt popular 1 f
game of < Hula and Coop,' behind tho means of gratifying his appetite as copiously Jacksonville,p. F, April 2d,1835 country will form an unceasing source of instruction rican 'authors.The -

cotton-bags." supplied a* pouaibl ; while the admirers of and gratification$ ; Engravings and work will be,printed as wellaOd?f d
c literature will be sure to'ducovtr something TREASURER'S NOTICE. descriptions of khe character, habits, &c. of rain as much reading matter as an YSlII! eC'

ECDOTE.--A.countryman como 'to | to suit their tastes, in the choicest extracts Birds, Beasts, Fishes, and Insects, together quarto paper now published in the ln II
from native, and foreign periodicals, and in TREASURER'S with every subject connected with the Geo- States; and it can safely and truly be
one of our hotels and wrote after his name, the contributions of popular and, approved ,. Tallahas: March OFFlCE'J graphy, Histoijr, Natural and Artificial re- the cheapest journal of the kind. II

I'. 0/P. S. F. C. Here was a title "Pray, writers. The tone preserved throughout,will BY an act Pf sed 21st it sources of the c untry,illustrated in a familiar TFRMI: -Three dollars per annum, d. Ou
be that of is provided that all Bonds executed by and is be paid 1f eel
'" : scrupulous morality, so that the popular m nner. paper firmly established
myjdear sir, asked a bystander, "what Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by the Judgeof months,
most fastidious shall have nothing to objectto I Boston Bewick vance. Two dollars for six i
:" do aloe. letter stand for?"' ."Stand for! on this score-and the wish of the proprietor the County Court to the Treasurer of the No. "47, Coudt Street. Company. paid in advance,---T- an''

,H" why; "": that's" my title I" Yea air-but what u it has been and will continue to,be his Territory of Fltrida; and thatall Auctioneers P" Editors r Newspapers throu Boston, 1834.JOHN. a.th
duty u well a. his desire shall be to'unIte shall quarterly. each'year commencing on .
United States>ho
is title?" "Why-PrtfittwtfPtalm' the tat of January transmit to the Treasurer I will publish the foregoing
your in its columns in well arranged and digested ) and A,.SILLOWAY t e'
ody and Scooolnwier front (on ('fiwt." order all that is sound and elegant in literature under oath, :taken before some Judge, a copy Prospectus from, time notice the contents of the Real Estate Brolttr A'Euiaage m
and Merchandize
Magazine to
l of all time.shall be entitled
amusing in art, instructive in the sciences sale effected by him, with the amount
to Nan.WILL '
first volume .
the strcct Boston,
i ,I\ A soldier dying i in-bi t was called.to and necessary. for.a correct appreciation and at what tisie and place and for whom attend- to the selling at' ]b eyRe.
of passing events. y the same wu made. Now. all Auctioneers Any person remitting the Agent, bv mail, 0!
by Lia comrades, "llowcanst thou be so I are required totake, notice of said law, and I post paid, Ten Dollars,. shall receIVe six Real Estate,In every of part*';l
? infamous? all thy fellows witness thy disgrace popularity now enjoyed by this journal, conform to it,or suit upon their Bonds must copies for one' year-and continued, long United States. People desirous t.I"
will be the best for to !
guarantee a careful adherence be instituted. Judges of the Courts u the u ing from one part of the Union i'
County money for
WguUjiy arded.
and cursed for coward!I" the >natiapplyingntbisofficeg
thee, a ; to means by which it was acquired; correct into
: and the patronage hitherto extended towardsIt are requ..tedwlthOQt'delaYt to A literal price will be paid for appropriateand lie will rec. '
'- "_ "That may be, said the fugitive, "but I droperly certified and .. the Bonds 01. well written articles deb de
the most flattering or drawings, illus for
encouragement to, a various kinds of Merchandizeat
in their .
would rather' be cursed aa a living soldier, perseverance in the same course. .. possession.CHARLES AUSTIN trative of national subjects possessing-- any part of thfl Union. Coin 1nJ1lC' ig

lhah blest as a dead hero." I New :York Au ere&t. Sub 183 tioiurece.ive( al this office. addressed to him will be frornpt11tat1rl s
gua\lG.; I Treasurer of the Territory of Florida.:, Dec. 25, : 1 ,to. "tj "


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