Jacksonville courier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028424/00054
 Material Information
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: January 7, 1836
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002025285
oclc - 09263722
notis - AKL2850
lccn - sn 82016251
System ID: UF00028424:00054
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Succeeded by: Jacksonville courier and Southern index

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Altamaha, some distanco towards the for poor and wrQtchcd indeed is tbo.whole !
'. L. cpnRJ Rgala$4 master to his faithful servo t John, alter do you and' Nance, a )Jrotf call est ; with groups live-oak sprinkled over sum; of pleasure that.can possibly be ex* 1
: year1. payatU half yearlvance.3ingle laboring him some time]and about to her, come up to the hall thUev !ung, and it, and thickening towards the cottages and tracted from the amusements of fashlon.Lamentable .. .
per return .to his family, which no had left inrat I'll inquire into the '
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rude church
If cents.vertseme'nt you. on its confines. Here, on both however,would be iho con.. ,:.
papers ;
poverty the year before. On arriving So saying, the squire rode oU.. evenings of our stay, I marked one of thesesyrens dition of things in this if:either ; '
[ l'tnse ed, Sid contracts at his cabin his\Iwife John respect, f
he found [ andchildren and his wife
reasonable'' went up, accordingly take its perch on a solitary, bush wealth}or rank, or 8Up rio* talents, ''or any* < V}
for yearly advertising, rejoicing over'apurie fiil.of 1 gold, in the evening, and he gave a miall rap which broke the uniformity of the swell of degree of \ "'; l
; No advertisement, wil be inserted which. the eldest boy had picked on the with the big knocker at the door.- grent acquirements;-were !
ip gnat the mound and sit hour'after hour alternately

ensably necessary in mother to fit .
1st n ,
for }J1 road that The '
paid Whilst he door
morning. 'a'
as away, was openedby grard servant; listening to and answering the notes her for the"noble .task '
ll I communications Wmifi may be ad- they "bad endured all ,..the'njisqi js. which' who, without,hearing,'what, the poor people of a mate, concealed among the ,thick foliage which that relation and,devohee.upon. important htr: So 'I
ed to I. CARRIER, Publisher of the Cou the wretched families of those vvlo ,had\ to ) If .
go over y, Oh,go!*-go rhat business ) and hanging moss of a distant tree. I far from'it, a woman of mere plain sense,
postage in l1C&s.t; j Je paid to seek work in England are .exposed' to. can you have here?? and,shut the listened. to it till I though could interpret whose reading.:extends ,,but .little beyond ,

,, With precarious food,.without.ii ii fed to lio door. ;.. l its full varied tale with i its innumerable period tho divine' volume that'coruail "' .. "
t0 ltt! MFl0IUDL ) .Qur.holy'slicks .
An1lT1.. 'OR'tIJ( ; w: down on. 'or, a roof to sKelUrUictnyrfiey; John's wife bum out it'lg'Therersaid : *. If the 7ntensfq;;.{.aAeU, g.M '.t.u antl.b wottdi ce9pietaneee ? :'If.''

I I had. wandered through the country, seeking she, sobbing as it her heart would Commensurate.with the teusit1.ana, power are narrow and even indlgIitIs'capable; ."
Wn41&8" -Joseph it. Sanchet. i. food from door to door of a starvingpopulation' break, ".I knew that would bo thq end of of expression' who, Wall 'fathom the nevertheless,' of conferring! unspeakable

n r.Grffec-J. Garrison.:Esq. PM ;and when a single potatoo was it." depth of that which God baa ifaplanted i in benefits upon her little ones. ', a she iltho'

1ida irin_ -E.'A. Cohen,I sq.P..M. bestowed, showering: down blessings ana Cut John had 'not been hi men Eng he littlo fluttering hearts Of thtee his songsters first in their hearts, so, i in'thoi esteem sho ,

GEORGIA; thanks,on the giver, not in',the set phrasesof land merely to get his twelvpguiueasnack- ? What can I match ,the 1rilliog ac, is the first of women., Hot example is 4"

[ Mary's-A. Doolittle,; Esq; P. MiiTtoA : the mendicant, but in a burst of eloquence ed in two cakes. "No," slid he, fi 11y d Stacy of|those clear nnd.rodu-j dant.notes, their, model ; they, ,copy her ways;, they ;' ,
-S. PhilbrickEsqeonEdmond'Russell. : too, fervid not to gush direct from "right is right, and I'll see \the end oMt. or express the; depth of patht i' of which hang upon, her lips.. The moValand religious :,
.- ". "'""' the heart. Those only who;have seen a So he sat himself down oh the step of the. those,slow, plaintive modulati ns convey lore inculcated with mai :rnal tender .

family of such beggars as II describe;. can door, determined not to'go ''until ho Sa\ an expression .to the ,breast There ,is ness by her, they never, qui forget; and i

[From'the Hampden,Whig;] fancy'the joy with which the poor woman the, young ,squire ; and, as i ii happened, it nothing in nature that speaks > mo ,more very often it is the means of forming their .

ie following'line1: ? were sent us by a welcomed 'her husband back, and informedhim was not long ,before he.cams,
Id'on' taking?leave'of, New England foroath. of were full of gold. "I have been) > some time, overflowing, heartful, and joy s song of a ,Precious is the:mother,'w oilier of high .for ,
J "And. did Mick, my boy;find it?" John said he ; bring your I, bird. Is this not the voice of j jaise, and is low! degree, who, in thjaitaspcc acts ,'
.FAREWELL.. '. inquired John Cacson. wife in;" and he expcctingt: before him it not the song of unutterable{ ratitude the real mother to the best o her abilities. "\
"1It was the for :certain, into the house. he directed Latrobe Ramble i l' meric&
for a Southern landhere young'squire, : .[ Hardly canshe, fail*of stamp ng upon the, j
in'on wing who dropped it, said ; "for"he all the servants reandsuch; minds of, her. younglings;'some salutary I,
fruit and flower, tteliycrjong;j, ..year:I rode'down the 'road this morning, and was an army of them aa there I It was ,a OF THE' INESTIMABLE V ,UE OF A' impressions which will 'never be quito ef .i,

leyelopes with.a liberal hand leaping;his horse in 'the very gap' where real sight to see them. PIOUS, DISCREET, AND JAITHFULMOTHER. faced Except tho rare instance",of most

chilled by the breath of Winter'drear.; Micky picked it up ;; but sure, John, hehas'money I Which of you," said the oungsquire, unnatural perverseness, thelc-.hearts,\will .
r ('t. enough besides, and never' the without- making further woiis, which of It has been often observed rat of ever cleave to her. They will not forsake "
Jie balmybreeze, theglowing'tlky-, half penny, havesl to buy.my poor chiMera you all did this honest Wan give my the' most' hump, characters some her when she is old. Their. filial kindness

fa for the sunniest clime of.earth I Iut bit to eat this blessed night" purse ''too ?"-but there was\\\o answer. illustrious moulded to tho cl of excellence will soothe and solace tho infirmities and

.can, I l.e.ave.w tho t sigh "Never mind, tL;..," said John; "(to asIb' "Well, I suppose .she must,be mistaken, were'early by the maternal hand mo Of,this, I decays of her ago., And when sbf.: isjcall: v ""I
eland the epotwhich me birth Id 'you, and take'up the purse at once unless she can tell herself." > might adduce'fronfr' the or ed "to put off tho morta} end puj' on the
gave to the ,big house; and ask for the young .John's wifo at once poin d her, finger no small number! Instances recon 'but history for the, immortal clothing,", tho genuine! 'expressions
Eh squire. ,I have two cakes which I brought towards the head footman H there he ,
no-a starting tear forfends ; is shall only nention .' of their hearts ; loved,'
of the with me from England said she, if all the,world ti ire to the fore present oar but gentlobandtt'iat'
luch treason,to my northern home : every step way Sir Philip Sidnborn abut the'middle not enough, the ;! rear-
and they will do'for the children lorgyman, magistrate, jury, and ed us. Gladly would wo, now rc.CaJltbat>
bosom of tho sixteenth Vas tho
his,i parting pang ray rends! I to remember as all-there he is 'and I'm to .take century wonder -
ought surely ,
supper. my of the in 'bich ho Ihtd for tho' softest friend, a' mother, .whOio. milt)converse -
t thick returning -memories come;; I good right I have, what my master told me bible-oath to him there j'f; told me he died at age a' little )ver'thiltybis, ;fame asa and faithful counsel ,wo.in'vain' ,re.,:

heerless and cold fs'th'e land I leaver :' for my twelve months' wages, 'seeing 1 it was all ;right ,when he k the purse, wise and profound statesmas, was spread, gr et"';''[Alden's' .Collectloz ,:of Ainericait I
: never, asy'et, found what he said,to L be and slammed the door in hi' ace, without. Epitaphs, &0. 't a4 J 1li4
overall Nor less
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one bespread with living green much thank Europe was .
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wrong. '' j :'
nd still I cannot help but grieve, "And what. did he say ?"'inquired his The conscious footman tin ed pale and guished for relit ous and nioral nnd virtues tender-, SURRENDER:I ;;AT DISCRETION.-At!: the

o part from each beloved scene. wife. "What is this I hear?'said is master.- particularly i generosity storming of the heights at Bera on the 8th .
of nature. has of
'"That honesty isthoybest policy," answered :' "If this woman 'gave you nv purse, Wilome him ness that "the t beautiful been remarked of his of October, 1813, Colopcl, nosy'Sir John P:
oft.vdgazed.betweea.thertsravinclimhp.f mvt event .
eneath these oimsboyood, ,
Ham ?
; John. t why did you not give it ? Colbourne, .who commanded} our second .
I ... ."Tia vary wall j and Vw miSh'y; easy for -The servant' etammorod'' Mt a denial r-- wound life,was..in his dCBt battle| 'In Receiving' << the mortal brigade, mlJrvwKHl liia' men before leading .

nd watched my kite, that high aloft. I'them'to say so that have never been sore! but his master insisted on hia eing searched after he a was Fianderu' and, thirsty moment them up to the enemy's redoubt ',with,- ,

oared up to'wbere the 'eye-sight. dims.. tenjpted, by distress and famine, to ,say and the purse was: found i his pocket. with the of wounded, he turned "Now, my )lads, we'll just charge up,to the
otherwise, ; but your bidding enough for "John," said the gen l leiian, turning excess, bleeding edge of: the ditch, andjf we .con'tget ,in '
the his
'er yonder green-now white with snow, me, John." round, you shall be no lot er jiy this affair. away water: from own IpS, to giveit we'stand there and fire in,their!IICes.-: .,
I soldier with these words
I ball she went to the bid house lIere' 8re .'ten guineas fo home to 'a dying ,- fled
thi.v chased the'wayward ;, Straightways yet; go' la still than''mine." They charged accordingly, tho enemy
nd yonder ,woods=:trip'd long ago.:- and inquired for the young squire ;tbut j she now, but I will not forget our wife's honesty ,"Thy This necessity.extraordinary: ,greater man was indebted from the works, and in following them up
was denied the liberty to speak to urn. ." the mountain, Sir John, jpunding ft bill, :
heard the
lave ,.squirrel'* fall. for the rudiments of his! education, to his
"You must tell me your business" honest Within a month, John anon; was settled illustrious and''excellent mother the eldest accompanied only by his brigade-major \f
at now, ye scenes of youth, good bye woman,",said a servant, with lEad all in a nice new-slated h Ute,which the Duke'of Northumberland} and a few riflemen found that bo hadbead. i>>
squire had furnished and (node ready for daughter fifthe ed retiring boJy of about '300 lof the '
tern:,Winter o'er ye, hurries f tsigh' powdered and frizzled like a cauliflower, ) who, in' a' preceding reign'' had been' beheaded 'a :
and who had coat covered gold him. What with' his wadesjj and the reward French, and whispering to his brigade-mar
on a wiji
at"the,wilderness, of sky : 11cr tender? melancholy, occa-
( and silver lace and buttons and thing he from the ju onnd the ten jor, to get, as many ..men.togetherasjhecould .
shiver every for sioned the events In her
blast. family
nd ,at the piercing! by tragical .
in the world. guineas .returning, thapursc, 'he was with the mischance ,of,Rickncas he Yi'hbut hesitation rode' boldly
Ull.Vhen'far'from this Northern' Storm, well to do in the world, ant was soon ableto together up to (tho;enemy'a';commander, ,,and.de.- '
she I
,If you knew but all, said :: amn' that had impaired her beauty, inclined her hi
stock small farm, where &c lived res- man cd ee sword t l''j'bo Frenchman sur ,
sit beneath,ttieSouthron's vines, honest woman, for I've brought 1 purse 'all to hide herself<< from the gay world and to ? :
pected hia'days. On hU tcnth-bedj(! be exclusively rendered it i with tho'usual grace*,cf,,hi* t
ask for hearts but half as warm l full of gold to the young master, that my gave his children the 'vert* three': advices bestow' her attontlOns'almost' countrymen; requesting that bq,' other ;
< the roadside for the educatlon'ofher''children "II
.s 'en'thil wintry land enshrines.. t' little boy picked up by which his master bad giv n' iirn on part- upon would bear witness tliathe had :.condpcted \ ';
!pringfie d, ec.lO1835.; .. J. B. D. surely much it is his, as.nobody" else could have< inir ?-. I (f was Philip.her 64 delight to form, their aays early a habits-to Sir in- himself like.a good and valiant ,soU--)).; ,' :. I J

so money. "Never to 'take ''a bye- ad s when they Sir John answered"the aPICal \vtth m an.. /I
SEVENTY.SIX. "Let me see it,"said the servant) "Ay, could follow the highway.! stil into their tender minds the! principles proving nod-for I It(was no tip e.,tl\",refusebearing

BY WIttUH: C. J TJl'IT.' its all right-I'll take care of it-you need Never to.lodgo in the house where .an' of religion and.virtue; to direct'their passions witness to the,'valor ofj3QO: rn
at heroes from the woodland not trouble yourself any more'about the old man was married to a young woman. to proper:objects ; superintend riot while they were'in the: act of eurrcndpring: $
sprung but
land matter ;" andso"6aying, he ,slamiied the And, above all, to rem Iber that honesty only ''their serious" occupation. even to half a dozep. 'f! fi flwi!
hen, through the fresh-awakening. door in her face. When she returned,her is the best policy. their amusements. : i
3 thrilling cry offre dom'rung, / husband produced the two cakes which his Had the loftiness of the House of Nor We understand that the ,,Ifon.i0cc1of

d to the work of warfare strunge master gave him on parting;:and breakingone THE MOCKING BIRD. thumberland not been fallen ; had lady Mary Belfast, fllaiue. has obtained a patentof .

.. yeoman's iron Hand !1is to .,divide between his .children, how Thai sweetest of AmericarijBongstere,"the the eldest daughter,ate'of that houae, been preventing; bursting ,of boilers :vrhjchprp! ; ] '
leader fashion the
was astonished,; ,at finding ,SU.golden rival,of the' nightingale df the Old W<5rld a of: royal' court-a : of the engine used in / qaJa.
,flung the cry to hills: ,around, guineas in it; and when be took the other -the mocking bird-w in fall song, and I distinction to which her rank would' have Thin will tie a'most, useful invention, and
entitled her would
f aid ocean mart replied,to mart,' and broke it, he found as many more lie wooing its mate and IW eter melody than fully -her'Philip no second only,to that olthestcarnctiginq: it
d streams; whose springs are yet unfound, I then remembered the words of his generous that which fillet! the ear during the short probability that he, have) been the exalted character self.: '* ? ., '

led far away the'startling sound 'master, who desired him to give one southern' twilight, and gulled the hou 'lofdarkne.wu was. : Mr, Reedis, of a very pliiiopoplilts} and 1 ,
nto'th'e'foreat'. heart of the cakes to his wife, and not to eat the surely nkver beard under r .To see a mother,;herself.highly accomplished ingenious ,turn, and be; wiunailythgiftntwho : j
other himself until that time;and this was the stars.. 1 have often I listened to that song ;and capable shining- In the first showed thai boats could t b ,pr9vel llod i .

:*n marched" b'r) ye'fr-- sky steep, ', the way hiS master took to conceal Ins wargea elsewhere, in the deep wwxfc of the 'north circles of fashionable life; ,to see her forego bysteamwlichwas in 1?:80. .M .w,, f 1.( '

from moan tain.riyejr qwift *nd cold ; lest he should have been robbed, or I and west} but, whether it was the; season, the pleasure, of amusement and the ambition .lie ws a pro/ewor/ .. In Ifarvanl University }
the road. Of show for the asks of.beetotrlngpersonal '
'6.border of the have lost the money on or the union of circumstance* and thought several years, and.afterwards ft member .
[le stormy .deep, The,folio wing,day,as John was stan'ding which attuned! my own temper and mindto attentions upon W children j to of Congress.' He is not'capabltt.cif deceiving J .
vales,where"gathered waters sleep' near,his ,cabin.door, and turning over the '''harmony. I think I never beard eee her spend the best other days In fash the public |"and his plan i i.''highly A

rent up the strong and bold:; in,bia own mind what he should do.with that inexplicably;Varied song poured forth toning their, minds and planners upon the worthy ,of the i consideration of,the 'community '

I if:the -i'-i'I his money,the young,squirecam\ ridingdown with such effect as amid the;sweet scented purest models, guiding',them with discretion ,-+[American Magazine: f' i
yeryte jih"again: the road. John pulled of his hat,for dews'of Darien. The :air was filled with ,and, alluring them to the love of excellence ". "-Wj' ;. J.R> }
Ore w,quick with God's creating breath, he. bad not forgot his manner throughthemeans iu vibrations hour after hour;'and .every alike.by precept end example ; to ,A'person wHo was skeptical Jn hlnopin*
14, from the sods of grove and glen arts and see tbit If to behold one of the most charming ,
of his travelling to foreign p quality power, clearness 'and melody- Ions, and a profane scoflcr, reiigioo;met I
dO ranks of lion-hearte 1 men. then made,so bold as to inquire i if his honor seemed united and'perfecUt in the quiet of spectacles'any where furnished in a plain countryman on hill way.ta the house

Fo battle and to death. bad gyt the purse be lost efforts of that tweet-throatejl tird. Their this fallen World. of public worship and inquired! of him .;1

' "Why, it U we enough, my good fellow numbers were greater than'\ had ever witnessed And what though it be not tn( the powerof where be,,was gOJn;. "Tot church,'.fans I
-wife: whose babe first ..mge1wi! day. ,*aid the squire "1 did,Jose my purse elsewhere. Jf you Mole In the starlight such a mother to make a Philip Kidney the reply/ ,What do you;tyre-I '.- ;

fie fair fond bride'of yesteMve, j yesterday, and I hope you were Jueky up the river bank, from your teat under .of her iwn ? What though nature bas gifted worship and praise God, and hear btf holy !

'd aged aire and matron gniy enough to find it; for if that Is your cabin, the piazzas of the village, there was no her children with no uncomro90"treprth word." Then thinking topuzzlo the,illiterate .

' the loved warriors haste,away ; you seem to be rery poor, and shall keep, it danger your.leaving the iijelody behind. brightness of ,intellect Yet, with,the man, be inquired, -Is the, God you I
There avecluued the shore divine blessing, she .have such (influence little 'And as 4 reward for your honeat)'. was., jlipl00 may worship, a great or a 2"'N :
deemed it.sin, to grieve. Then,the wrrant up ,at the big house full of palmetto, and other Ior|t bushes, in. upon (he moral,frame pf(heir young replied the man promptly j>-" lie is so great r

ready had the strife begun, never gave it to your honor last night, af which, you descended bye winding footpath and,tender, 'minds, that they ball !be disposed that the heaven of heavens cannot contain ;j

Uieady blood 'Concord', ter taking it from.Nance--.be'. my wife, between :rocky sandstone hanks."- A to improve,their natural talent,such him and so little, that be can:dtfell in4 ay :
moored .within its tber are and to employ them honorau ," \
,honor-and telling her it was all couple of canoes) were heart. r *
&t the.prinpi grass had runt: : your shelter; arid,at the foot of tie sandstone bly. >The.benefit*,' in tbif respect, which- j. tf

d blood hail flowed a*, Lexington, n.b I must :look into this business," roek,.where an aged tree slanted across it, highly capable mothers 'might confer on A 8 W UT T.xua.-AaeatJnna) [

'-ik*.brooks of summer rain. said the,squire. a fresh spring welled out,.and ran its short their children,,during a few of-ibe. first asked his opinion>> of A eertaU\ critic,"..feYd
"Did ,your .witem1 poor ''man, bubbling course to the river. Here it was yean of.their; earthly exittence, ,are far beyond e ago. pYO I&in the f "o"i terois I! e "
4 death-strair on the April sward you aay of calculation ancerhoae ".\ he is perfect Iappb--s d4- '
< .to. nrant-W ,what serYI delicious to linger |In the dar&nese, and Jis- the power ; 1 ; a J JV.
.Ilowdta: 'freedom,all the shore; gave my puree ten ,to the .melody in the branches abor. benefits would liMy.. : descend from one coclion of veiiuweHliascerbjty. o .quinteesepc.to( ,

uigneixts$ fell the yoke abhorred ,-. pn'ttellhisnamerightly"saidJobn"4iecuael you And,again, ,between thin point and generation to another down to distant pos= If L ,wi bec.-,, COQYCI1.tthhE<< :
* &Qe1eoclodjan mound terti '. Delightful tau-In! comparison Thames Taco .;ionade, I,ehointoJU pi b
fcoUtep of a foreign:lord :*# ; *"." :don knon it ;but new trust ,the yilUte JAJ an ; onofiward ) LJ.Ja::
'4V1anic1 the I aoilao-more. i *t v fUtw.* :.', Nanco'l eyesagain it she .ean' point hIm the tzcrbreoja I lawn-IiiCepioce with the pure and'sgbliuoa enjoyment; -, >Ji.ii; '' % -M-W sc S e !,

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I about Vight in of tions were fixed with an ) of his on part: :' Depeyster'l
i thirty years, consequence ; tool the responsibility on our- were burnt aid Co
I.' I wounds, received in an engagement with with this his passive in the night, selves and )Warren' led the right to in flames The $? Dummett'sVal is e
the Indians, about the 19th, Inst. found most sweet marching in and I was stationedon there is a multiplied very g
the left of regulars
activity '
'The honorable brave, and manful stand ed with its eager flush of ; care,and
: ,the battle at the left of mi own line when a charge fiance necessary to' deviate' the
I. made, by only six, individuals, against, a less prayer that rose d'
the fears .and
lich after about ten, minutes the
Indians in their attack of his heart reached Generals was made, ", pprehensiona
t .' large body of on friends and of
more of shan fighting, forced thorn .to our neihbora.rThe
the baggage wagons, under\their guard< is of that consummation.' Camp ,Lang makeout
tie battle ended. Wo:
- "." : testimony that some were ture was found to' bear l with the retreat;'and+
a gratifying '
killed and wounded following! extract T
Indans we
\' found who could teach the enemy a strike many a bitter fruit; but started for forty the
: ing les oand serves as'en agreeable its seed could fix 'no root suppose in proportion, the'precise amountwe Floridian we ,take from the GeorriZJI
, .f counterpart to the loss of'victory., Mr. G.W. unshackled essence shook Warren cannot tel, as they :carried them off-1 4th Inst. Th last /[mail from TalUk

4; .Weeks was among' this dumber; rather al pang, 'and bounded from East the loss is severe on'our part Gen. Clinch brought no papers. jlf the mail: is di

':(;, than abandon" his, post, be determined: to immortality: Then fare < and were says, that 'cany much'greater battles, a from Tallahassee through to tot
' c/ maintain his ground 'against, fearful odds, and estimable spirit! thou : : will reach much J les number has been killed and horseback instead this PW J a
/ and the fact that not loss than .seven balls thy work of tribulation ,wounded Further particulars will be told of being carried.h t
on-Friday next ''when we will be at Jack.. fore in. a'coacl, are we1 not to
took effect upon ,his person is a test that closed the book of thy' morth receive our v
thou hast told thy sonville. I,can now'write no more. pars from the Vest? The last
\ he did ,not shrink from personal exposure, listory- The mail comi, t
r while engrossed in the performance of his dued and patient spirit"7th W.J. MILLS,.Lt.. ,Col of not more 'thhit a .hat-crown-fiill of fet

\, g doty u ab1&na&nd: a soldier Undaunted thy little hour of travail, necessary to -' only one' solitay letter?for the
t unshaken in fortitude ed thy hasty butwell' imptacti. ..Retur, killed' and wounded. in the. PosUffi dg
iq jto'tbevlasv even I. this '
l> place, 'yd on asking
' bank of Withlacoocby' Dec. 31st, 1835. wiry the
thou knave
: when the man/death wound* bad 00 disabled goeatti tbT gained tt
'yNl him .8Ito'i'ender him helpless, his of unrest thrown by to Inv to .;Regular troops-2 artificers and 2' privates were lefty we' were'told, that then 'Wu

,1 steady courage flinched 'not, and, while he undisturbed'repese. Peace return. killed-1 captain, 1, 1st lieutenant12d room in the mail-bags fof any thing bqt Ie
possessed.the un of his Ilm '>s, he continu- ed ashes tl e 'hand which raise fifteen lieutenant, 2 sergeants;-corporals, '43 ,and on that account the papers were left.1 d

: I ed to,load 'nd ,discharge\ his 'piece'Upon thee' forth, ind lifted thy militia, and privates, wounded killed, 52 wounded. the contractor look to this,and see thitn.

i the enemy, 'ihowing that death has no terrors mortal allot lent,'shall .- The East Militia\ '4th Regiment-wounded, Col. bags larger than a Doctor's pill- to
: to Contemplate! while a brave and resoluto rewards ; t e1 I clog' which : : do, and Warren, Maj. Cooper, .severely;'Lt JohnYoumans vided pFrom brg are' a

". ') spirit;beholds 'a foe. Overpowered from! thy t avenward_ aim on the home privates'James Tyson'and Jno. '
I I"; : by numbers.,this heroic little party was at only that th u mayest extend.. tligginbotham, slightly. _' [ the Tallahassee: Floridian;Dec.SEMIN'OLI .
f, but timely essence, th hall abide Leon 2 wounded :' 'W B-Ao:
1 length obliged to give way ; a troops, privates slightly., express ani n
:,lOt, i rejjiforcemeit of friends soon'made its appearance I ,Dec. '27d 1835.: < 'Militia; total 7 wounded. last evening' from'Camp (King., Thtll

: : and compelled the enemy to ref -' Aggregate, 4 killed, 59 woundoo-out. lowing letter has been handed us forp
';q!f, "' Crer.i in turn) Mr.;:Weeks was found help- [For the protect his of 227 men in battle. lication. We learn from the bearer o 1

leas, pierced with mortal wounds ; yet such Ma. Sw ID_Allow,' : :,is in: dan-: Many were shot through their"clothes; express, [that the Tallahassee V oluD. tr

1 is hasty:'and prompt attention', as is allotted the most I ruble manner si n ,of,the and some horses killed and wounded, Col. behaved with great gallantry in the ate of
the soldier, and time permits, was faithfully that'YOtt'a\ an Bulow's Warren's wounded. Gen. Clinch one'ball ment. Gen Call. has 500 mounted TO!
ll r '., tendered 'lie lingered through the agonies dreamed ,o coming in ; as thro.his cap and had one through its jacket teers under his command. The'Re'e
' : ,:ofthe succeeding night,'and on' the deed, to' te you the ; : -Ficolata sleeve.. The 'firing "was' heavy, and ,thebushes Troops 'were expected to "move wail
; followin morning :''bearing up with fond of cu cry beyond on Black literally cut up 'around us,how it It appears by the report of the Secretary

'I, ; his accui tomed firmness,and patience,that caso knife. I admire your an exten- was that ,more were riot; shot I cannot telL' War, that 14 companies' have been oed m
.. 't -c uld lo k pn' his, fast approaching end presume yo are of the 'general W. J. MILLS, Lt. Col. to assemble in the nation. We fear m
"with! a.aim and manly: resignation; his of'DamascSancbo origin; (; immedi. I contest will onlv n terminate with th"_"earminatioioftheIndians
:epirit fli ttered for a moment era it passed, ,wo Id I say, "it is of Florida ',The Indian Agent; Wiley ThompsonNeut.; a
f -then*, i its flight of shines." ;
; qt featly" expanded' on be ,inevita-- Constantino Smith, Erastus, Rogers, and twoothers CANTONEMENT:: ; (near 1\licanopJ,))
eternity In these tempestuous! Indians' Monday morning, 8 o'clock Dec. ]
{, i Death conscious abandon ;: murdered by tAe : Li
; armed with'aU his tcrrors and reports are' various, ? our ,
\,;. \ rse< ms 'pause as if with shock, contradicto ,By the' d'of all On Monday ,the 28th 'u1t.,''a, party of ten .Dear Son-We arrived at Fort Cru4 e

f when he beholds how: high and exalte! a is not easy t distinguish ] f our lives men'dining'at the house of Erastus Rogers: the day before yesterday' evening, after] a
Ij\ mind ha been'shattered and,dissolved,'at fiction. fie son should be sutler at Camp'King,were fired'upon while'setting forced march' of five days. On ourarMat y,
1 t his f rable hand ,mild the this place;we received information ofd(
next The unas- id collectej
Mt composed, o -
at table
by of Indians. The
;,1', eumingi; the gentle spirit',shrinks before herself to, be driven from reported a party attack having been made by the Indian
him' 'at'the dis- house was not above 250 yards from, the that day on the baggage and troo 1
:alik* with the base and degenerate; ugated by fabulous tale_of wagons ]
\ but I I Block-House. Rogers' was, setting at the of Col. Warren, and a under ti
wher the closing scene verges to its lips of every} pusillanimous ; ?told? : to-day company
'end when the good,the virtuous, the kind, fied by the fairs of I that Gen., head of his table, when the first intimation command of Capt. McLeraore Iri

the jowly of'heart, passively yield, and lay I the whining imbecility ; / 1 : ., -AU com given of the presence of the foe,was a volley ans were victorious,taking all the baggd
,down'unhesitating, the,tribute of life before I statements are hourly of it killing |four men, and '''wounding 8 or I
ny thought, at. least 100 ,shot, pouredin ,
.. his"insatiate: ,will, then is it that conquest unauthenticatedjby Camp King more. We took up ,the line of march i
a 'is no victory 'trad death is truly disarmed sponsor, and totally / companies upon them through the open d rThe yesterday'morning, passing by the place j v
of-hfo'tmmiptr. Wealth rnay in- man reason and common they are for Indian rushed upon the house. Those action Catherine".up-the.remamsof
rest 1lelrJD Its'gaudy trappings and burnish who! prefer,to be governed.: ed'truth in, not killed, sprang out of it, at,the windows baggage, dye.that was not taken or desire, i

t' with its false glare those vices and d-- not renounce .their, 1; : 'and a n. onjeace; side.. Five, fleeing'for: Camp edjjy the Indians.. We continued 0
facts whicb'shrink from the eye of scrutiny menaced with ."the King, 'escaped.. The'others, fleeing for a march until our advance guard arrived j 1
but true deserts will always' fix their ble times, even,weakness,', especial. hammock shot the house of Mr.. Hogan's, near this pli
close.by were down ,I. 1e
: do where it'was met ,
claims, where circumstantial distinctions dominion of, reason, ,will .we 1 by a' party oflnduwho
ball feel no weight to' depress or enhance whatever is monstrous end ; : come in A negro,woman, the cook, ran, behind the had j just set on fire ,the house of I 3t

,t t their value.: It & to possess and to feel the times of excitement, it total n- counter!(this house was used by Rogers as a ll? which"was soon consumed ; a b'

force of/ real l merit, as the richest, of re. marvellous,and incredible, I ., who store) aid hiding behind a barrel, was unobserved firing c commenced with the guard
}.' wards; ,A good man trusts to bis'own unobtrusive tributes to popular to 1 by the Indians. They rushed into the the whole' force, was drawn up ; the Inj!
Y,' ; ;'deserts,' and a steadfast hold 'to until the "danger looms : and our house, 1 owell at their head; threw down the i ans took a thick, scrub surrounding at
consciousness: of worth. Not in the bols'- lie eye from, the misty safely I grassy pond, where ,they were ,in a 'p
.. .terous throng,'not in the public streets does which is surveyed.! to see those a' d looking around,for' a moment. left time surrounded by our troops ; we 1 ki w B

,high tribunal of his own'eoul he rests his whatever sword you may on, The f ve of this party ,slain; were, Gen. 4 ofwhich we saved, and>others' no d to

'' :still and:calm appeal, and that just and only say, in then times I place ;i : ;our :country Thomp n the Indian Agent, 'Lieut. on.ta.ntineISmith were left dead in the water. They fo h'h

': .function guides and'directs his course ollife on my eyes ; which, by 1 Eraaters Rogers, the,settler, well. Four of our men ,vere'severe!
k ., The mind in its most wounded viz : : Lancaster, Lies
perfected exelted so dazzled with your Suggs and Hitzler. ,Gen. ; Capt
If'* elevate itself than Through Thompson Johnson Mr.. Mechon and Mr. Wal k
; state, can: no higher unable to say whether you 31st alt shot ,. ,, [
in the practice of the simplest virtues,which sword ora broad sword i' we e fifteen bullets, and sixteen the latter, mortal, the rest are thought t st
Tr stand out as |It were '''in'' relief embodying they 'ore,dazHed; :realty ,: slain and through Rogers. The Indians scalped all, dangerous. Our Middle Florida Vr >t
;t .and'swelling! themselves in 'living principles brightness ; not meaning was 'on the taking off the scalp clear around the head as teers charged the scrub with a fi 1

It Is then that'real greatness become an.Instrument as you tire,is 'mil s' from far as th hair extended, and then beating in unparalleled ,in the history-of Indian wl ih

v manifest,''by,the stamp of its true ,seal : it be winked at t not at all,by \) few miles of their.ku e. The heads of.Rogers and Suggs, fare.

,.1 ia then by steadfast adherence to its aim, I should j justly forfeit my ( where it were eh kingly mangled. All this was done There is no doubt but hatthe Ini f
I and devotedness purpose,that becomes sure my eyes are ke n, but and children : will make a' desperate effort, and as t tb! d
doubly invested with its distinct nature'{ it honor your sharpness is ,, ,open ay-light, within' o'yar of Camp is no other :way'to' meet them other i f
bears with'it an" Influence always apparent putting them,both o it of King-and in view of he 50/; U. S., Troops, taking [the thick,.we must'expect to i n

,end widely diffused, though imperceptible Now, my dear ,Sword, ,on the 31st, there at, {that time. 'Why did they not rush many of our men., ., The whole couptrjj n
1. Y in its immediate moral agency-secretly promise never to attack me ', with great 'out to their reecne,'or, rather; why did L they this quarter is ruined_the houses for

J : -engrafting itself by the force of Impression part, will promise ever e disposition not ply the two 'six .pounders in the 'BlockHouse es-the women and children 'in foramen
t -or example,vital) in their controling action myself;into your'police) i and des these'bold under -am ssnd; strange as Wl f
and effects. To such lofty range of chaiv I reprove your cruelty to the the deter: upon savages,.committing, I appear, the :regular troops of the U.$ 0
before their face
I actor, it is not too much to assume to rank Your old enemy is Kill ; and eyes, within 250 yards, here, never,fired a gun, nor made the.
dry 'the;subject: ( rtnJ: notice\to',know ,whom spectable, if"'not' ,\fought and such deeds barbarity effort to stop the ravages of the Itf1"
'was'at once i to.esteem, but it was to la; something of his strength Indians to whilst the only victory gained over o

,? .meat that .uew hIgh deserts, too'' unobtruiw countered him.': Do then : We,xtract the following from the St. Au., Indians was, by us, who have ti

' to Arrest title common: gaza, -houkLhaseen luuwwhinujwt:< .forget;tne. and five gustine Herald of the 2Cth'ultr3hit near two hundred ,miles ,I
and felt, but hardly be realized and but I am now,addressing '' : the moot affecting,mews n tbat"Mf.-., OmL scoutrf are, now=,out Ind'ware e
,jitttty t talued. It is but too often the portion Gideon"-if eo,y needs one flank Henry Woodruff, who, with his brother, reported: =orders! for battle are about
of unpretending merit,' to 'be passed spication. Go' forth then, on : was settled near Spring Garden, on the St. be given' Before night many more oro t,
s O'f'ef'1 neglect} but as the trodden though Black Jacks' "hip and and in front I Johns, had been killed by the Indians brave fellows may fall. 1I

jet lovely flower! of.the pathway may be their first born ;'' cut them" ; line, with We learn that Mr. Woodruff and his servant I I roust:Jclose. the letter-you need n 1

,tr* crushed,and uncherished,. as_of little worth ; cumber they the ground ; ; the were'riding, the first on a horse,'and :look for me until there is an end to this i. I
,jet;likes them, amidst the acorn, of the I have done so, and peace is the Indians the other on a mule ; that the servant was dian disturbance.V.. WYATT
world it emits a wide diffusing fragrance will remain for b fired ,
ing you again. It is upon and wounded in the thigh ;that -
t touchingly! refreshing its, appeals to a I self up into'a plough-shore! hand. Mr.Woodruff was shot down and feU from Cols. Warren,and Mills,.with the 'id :

gratefUl memory. end of your creation. bis horse: and that thereupon the servant teen from this place, have just am'tel--
'' The character of Mr.Weeks exemplified Erse oir Col. Mills, dismounted and rode off with' his master's Their browned faces, the whiskers and II
in a singular degree;the purity and moralexcellence MMMtf BMn M MMMMMMW and ,thus escaped without further *
horse their an
;! of diet Christian. A mind constitutionally TOT"Cmr or anJU I many of the men,
dress of ,*"
tinctured with ,rive them the
melancholly from statements published 1836. ( Hopes are 'entertained that the ,eettl appearance
eoemsd to imbibe ia shadowy colorings by ter papers,that there are good Citi meats at Spmg Garden'may: be able to just returned from a severe eampaig11: ***

; itt pe&rfve and'reflective cast-fashioning operation, twenty-one' The army hold out until relieved, as a sufficient force desperately fought battle field.
Its reasoaingt'from deductions simplified with! ninety-six runs of 29th ult, must ere this,have arrived to protect them. 1
i' upon tlts plainest results. His temper ever which amounted to $ at day We have not learned the;number of Indi- Governor Wolf in his me -biJ va

s SiUd and patient,'sought forbear always daily, 20,000 .bushel of. and ass who male the ,attack, upon young dictory message to the Legiala(eel
rather than trust itself to a giddy impulse 5000)()( barrels'of flour. ford, "com- wvuuiJfUi whether they had committed 111 vans, rays that the Key
I ",. He leaned confidingly upon religion,as theeouroeof of flour manufactured is $3. sent "one any other injuries than those stated. Mr. since the commencement oTthe tmprott
true consolation .and. when the is Wo'in Rochester
j a largo the Forrester who is settled
seen on at Spring Garden to
.: 'of sorrow frowned policy adopted by that State in 18 .
+ : c spirit most gloomily on factory, for the mu.uf ; to cross the had arrived at Tomoko for the of Ii
."',,;" ':::*,: him, ho1 felt that a balm of comfort, deep and Scotch Carpeting. It there were obtaining a |suffiaem force to protect purpose his present period,expended in the conJtrOC

"f and never failing, dwelt in Its ministering pounds of wool annually fifty of the 'valuable plantation.Information of Canals ,,and Rail Road, t22d)
;I. Influence he trod the path of this lilt as CUres 45,000 yards of that of a distressing nature has cents-ther* are 'edmi&tlei} jOt '1-* ""T

.. only a'brief and fleeting pilgrimage;hastily .. a moment just arrived from the country 1O 1b.Ve Canal and slaek-waf r navigation,,sadpia! '
tending to Its end| he saw in its little The Catholic Church
pages beard in are informed by letters from Mosquito miles : ". ""
of of Railway making-an
beside a vexation of spirit which waxes will cost, 100,000. .< i Tuesday1 that ,
(imme dater
I I '" ; & on Monday a large 720: miles of pm mtAt.L .iv 'ta

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rt.r thej;Steamer.Florida at.toda:6 TilE'o Cutxrs. 'he eleven ....... .,-
ko pt.lleb : great cheeses MEDICAL NOTICE: IIOUSE. MAI L.ARRANGEMENT., :
o'clockP'",, M..AY'. that all from Sandy Creek, Oswego '
d by Thomas 8. Meacham e4sbiting DRt EDWARD ALDRICH, Undersigned respectfully an ON ROUTE NO. 2471. ,
jnunication, between, Picolata ,and St. are now 'M.The the Public, that he in. ,1'/ ,
at Masonic Hall in this city The largest is A ORADUATX OF TBS MXDtCAL JCOILXOK OP VIA PABLO. <
interdicted. The opening, early in October, the ,\
g rustineis stage, sent 3 feet inches in diameter 5 feet thick '
Ian :, and SOUTH Hotel known ILl FIcoLa T. Hocix.; The building I Leave St.Mary every Wednesday,at 8 P.M. r
[the latter place' was_detained, but the weighs 1400 Jibs. The eleien weigh 9600 Hating chosen a l ion at having been greatly enlarged, will comfortably Arrive at Pablo every Thursday by 7 P. M..
ie and taking muskode Ibs., averaging 873Ibs. Th y ,areintendedas Leare Pablo Friday at 6 A.M. '
tr;mounting a hqr a Jacksonville CJ.aOLI1f1' ; I accommodate a numerous company, every ,
tips to Pico ata. Theer presents to some of the gV at men, or men the Rooms will be well furnished and the Arrive at St. j' sa' R
s through" ,, high in office in the nation. the largest being OFFXRS BIS : OF Table LeaveSt; Au stineeveryMondayat5A.M.
richly supplied with the best fare the
[ says); he saw plenty of tracks designed for President ackson, the aecond MEDICINE, S' country affords. Arrive at Pablo some day by 6 P. M. .'

I in fact, the road,1 rot full of them. for Vice President.Van wren, the third Di' Dil. ALDIUCR maybe.,fox id at' Mr;I.po situated St. Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A.M.''
Picolata is the Johns river
on .
for Daniel Webster,the fou h for Governor Arrive at St. Marys next 11 A.Mi: ,',' *> >
[ before yesterda r Solano's house, seymiles I : Hart', and will be ready, at all hours to forty miles above Jacksonville and eighteen day by .v
ay i Marcy,one for the city of Non w York, and so attend to calls. ,VIA jACXSoimttx., ,* > I
Picola burned and miles West of St. with
was Augustine
from a and so forth. Mr. Mesx am keeps 154 ; a stage
,Dec. 16, 1835. 42tf communication, requiring ride. of three Leave St'Marys every 2 P.'M.i' '
the name of Y inovwohothe : I cows, and has made this ye more than 60,- Saturday at :
by : 000 Ibs. of cheese. He also raises annually J hours.-The climate is remarkably mild and Arrive at Jacksonville next day by 6 P. M.... ,
Steam Boat la but hi,the'river. last I more.than 10,000 lbs. of ,The cheesesare PUBLIC NOTICE balmy,'and being exempt from the humidityof Leave Jacksonville every M6ndayat 5'A.M.

I [hi,as it was deem 4 unwjTe for, her..to lie well worth looking at.por The largest is a hereby given to all persons, that the the sea atmosphere{ has proved highly Arrive Augustine same day by e P. M.: ,

ao; side the wharf 'The!passengers in. four days"cheese,-all the. est" two days." J. Commanding Officers of tie) different baneficial to invalids laboring under pulmonary Leave. St, Augustine, every Thursday/at<& ,

I to to St. / ugustiie, have return i They are covered van us devices, appropriate Guard Stations, have strict ordcjtt to, arrest affections. A. M. ', '- .i.iAttivsi
ding go A Steamboat ) between thisplace i at Jacksonville same day by 6 ?. M1:! t ;
I colata\y the to their respective i estinations. and detain under guard, alt glav* and free running weekly
An attack upon :Indians and Savannah will afford desirable LeavehJacksonvilleev.ry at 6A.'M.>
Mr. Meacham also exhibit* what he calls a colored persons found at larg, except in every FrldaYl ;
deh daily expected. "roll of butter." It is a pyr mid of perhapsa' the actual service and in conpany with facility for" communication' between the Arrive At St Mary. next, P.,M."i .
t is an important post, and we doubt not foot and a half diameter tth, base, and their two places. CR6ss ROOTX-VIA ST. JOHU'S Bttfrf.
owner or overseer. j Leave '
four five feet The exhibition off advantages Pablo every Friday, at 6 A. M.
Volunteers or high. set With these the
Savannah .
of the to, Persons therefore '
oale valor proUt. are requested to gayern Arrive at Jacksonvllle'same 12 hiss
from the where it origfcated with day by
village his unremit attention ;
hopes by personal ,
I great eclat, and has been noticed with approbation themselves accordin g1 ,j i to render entire satisfaction to all who may Leave Jacksonville same day,at 1 P. M. x
e following is an extract of a letter from by the most respectable inhabitants on \ JOHNVA*REN, favor him with their patronage.PicolaUE.F.Sept.lX Arrive at Pablo same day by 7 P. M?, '' ,
the. It is illustratethe Col.th' Rf'gt. F. 1\1.. .. ,ISAIAH D. HART, P.' M.s
X OliN
d Ige Reid of St. Augustini, to Judge.Dog way. designed simply ? P. LEVY. Jacksonville ,* t
jtt.of tbisplace'Y' condition of agriculture, la the State ofNewYarkand Jack8onvilfe >pec. f\ 183$, i ,! 8w38/' u1y31aL.l.4I -} I f
u :since a of Indians deoyed ",especially' itt-tfci County of- -.. I. NOTICE 'TO' TRAVELLERS.." "'
A few days party. Oswego.' NOTICE.I NEW 'OOOJ>1J-"T! : ', ''"' '. .. .[} '.."
lat [ a plantation 15 mile from this place, Mammoth, cheeses indeed t But what ate shall make application to the\ext County Subsbscriber has just received from .' R

d the day before yesterday,two young men, the President and Vice President. to do with Court of Columbia county; ,(\hich will THE ,York and Charleston, per Schr. .t (

t rather man and glad went outa ; be held on the first Monday in Afel next) George and Mary,'a full assortnent of {
a young i two t for a division of th* cattle 01.RBE \a. LO- ENGLISH AND WEST<1N1A GOODS "
about miles S.W. of Weed will be a regular for ,
re'eb little place they would be known thereafter, as the President PER late of said county- deceased ; ul persons AND GROCERII&, THERE onveyance
in's to bring in' some' corn. Their cart and Vice President Lying claims against catth will once week mm St Mary')
of Carnivorous. Memory Mid! which he offers for sale at lowest cash Geo., by Pablo to St AugustJ e ; '.
''and in 'the act' of .: render in their accounts on or before\that toleave.Bt. '
is broken, 'they were : ED i prices.,: Mary's every Wednesday 9 o'clock, P..M/
m ndingit; when .a shot from the adjoining We are strongly reminded of the caricaturewe time.Dec. 4 1835. JAMES' WARD 3m42 I .aT The highest price paid roll: kinds of and arrive at Pablo next day.,j ""

' mmock, killed the young man, whose body once.upon a time" saw?; of the breaking I .' : produce-such as Cotton, Mos hides Furs, Persons, who,wish to'avoid a night exposure -. ,,

1 1 upon"the, lad. 'Before the'latter could up of the Cabinet." The Big Chair was NOTICE: &c. &e. 1 I LIBBEY.39tt. on the water,will find Very comfortable '
Black Creek Nov. 19 1835. accommodations 'at Fernab n., at Mr. A. '
tricate, imself, several' Indiana came. runIng breaking to pieces ; the rats frightened,were S IX s weeks after date, I will apply to the Dias 'and can leave Fernindina the .nextl! y. !,
1 Hon..the of the County Court of
towards him but fortunately he got the escaping for their lives, running in every direction Duval county Judge, for letters uministration on NOTICE. morning and arrive at Pablo he same day.-, '

0 Lrt of them at last, and was puisued, intoe ;r and our worthy President, barely the eatrte of CHARLES HOlT, late of said C-LtIlK'.OrJ'ln'Dl1TA COUNTY,, l They at 4 o'clock can leave Pablo e'vlry' Friday morning1' 4j {
and arrive at SM(Augustine at 0
wood,where he found shelter in a\bunch. saving himself from a fall,with"the broken county, deceased. JOSIAH.FOGG.' Jacksonville, August 1835. '5 P. M. same day 'leave St. Augustine ,) t

.. They hunted diligently for chair, had I placed his foot on the tail of one Dec. 10, 1835. f" .6w42 ALL persons having any' eeds or other Sunday, and arrive,at Pablo pine dal'Pl1ssengel'l every %

m-sometimes were within few feet of: of the rats, in order not to'be forsaken by that NOTICE:, of writing be recorded, wishing to visit St.-: Augustine, r '
will leave the fc the
please money recording will accommodated reasonable .:
fm-: but it was; dork and they,did not find especial rat, but lo I,,the tail broke', and the HAVING purchased 3L.WCIMRD, If same also-otherwise the"deals or other instruments from St. Mary's by on.-Pablo taSt,,Augus-terms.Pare tI ; .

u Jim. From 'his lurking, place,he saw his rat fled, tailless., stock of Gds in this place, will not be placed u Jon record until tine $5. From St Augustine !to Pablo $3., '

ompanion, scalped-the house set,, on .firele We think, that while these mighty big and taken the store recently occupied by the fees is paid.! | There Is also a safe'boat' whiih will run' a .
,. burned andthe 6 foor cheeses laetthere'wil1 be no danger of another them, I calculate to replendi the stock with I Persons having papers of ary kind already once a:week from Pablo to Jacksonville f and!
; cart: and com ,, body such articles as may oe ,vlnted to have a recorded, will please call anf pay for them, wUl depart and arrive,so as tom.et the mail, ,.
Yanovar thrown into the flames. ,After breaking up of the Cabinet"The I good assortment for this muket. as the work is done, and I wintmy pay. boat on its 'return from St.'.Mary's and 'the k ,t

n le Indians ,had' departed, the poor,, fellow (OPurchasers will find Ifor their interestto ISAIAH D. HART, Clerk. stage as it arrives from 8t Auguitine. Far.,
v 'andered Weedman'-alarmingthatfam- Commercial, Herald says,, that ,the call as above.'.. 1 i ,Jacksonville,'Aug.,3. j 29tf from Pablo to Jacksonville ftS. .All fare to' '
dust of Anthracite coal has been found to.be Q: *Pay on delivery of tl -I iroods.. I be p&1d.at.Pablo. ( C, TAYLOR.,, .
and bringing them that night 'into town. WILC. AM RIDER., NOTICE i "
y ,
a valuable fuel for burning bricks. The dust : ffJ-The'Mail boat will leave ablo for St. ,ta ,t tit
'see 'have'our share of the troubles ,Jacksonville Sept 8,1. 35tf ti
o you ,we Co-partnership heretofore existing and Thurs '
is mixed ,with the clay, and the. kiln set on TIlE Mary every Tuesday return on ,
ere." the name of L. CuKukn & Co.has day. The leaves Pablo' Friday : '
>a fireas, usual-when sufficiently heated, the EAST.FLOR DA stage erery : v
been dissolved by the death .f ELIJAH WIL for Augustine and returns on the succee*
THI ELECTION.-The,following are the re- coal mixed with the brick} ignites and burn RAIL ROAD C' PANY. .. Lt..... All pers having demands against ding Sunday '6m3

n nns,of, the election held on Monday theh till its inflamable matter' exhausted, when hereby 1 Duval found ,NOTICE Stockholders of East Florida same i1'andyJf pi rsons.indelted to said firm, JACKSONVILLE 01'' ,
burned. 10
t. inst, for a .member.to ,represent the bricks are to be,thoroughly j
to make payment to' the subscriber who is "
:bunty 'at'the present session of the.Legislate The bricks burned with this fuel has this Rail Monday Road of Company February,,will 1836.b it held 3J on o'clock the first,P, 'authorised to rec uive the'same. >, AND 'TALLAHASSEE STAGE.T1IU '1: I ,) .. :I"' /S

e _Council of. Territory, advantage-that instead of being hard on, the M. at No. 1, Commercial Vv arf, in the City L. eu I 'J\oRIER., > : 1 .
ilrJDorman having declined ieine a cans surface and soft in. thecentrc, is, harder:.in of Boston, t9 choose Diraars i for'the'year November 10, 835: ..-,' I .. ..
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date, .-cv Ihe'acuf r. \ -' '
0 the than the surface. ensuing,agreeably to incorporiiuon.SAM'L '' "a '
centre on '' -
0 IB rritt.. Doggett. Garey 'S. LEV President, NOTICE. i : ; \ ;
: ; 0. 1 19 I I '42' demand. the ,I'ullio ore .informed<< that a, line ,
1 lack-Creek, I TrxAs.-r-It is said, that General ,Cos, the Boston, Nov. 24,1835,1,. ALL persons having against Barouches 'will
run between '
andarin[ 4. 3 16 of NAil r 110BKIIlK, deceased, ; !
1 acksonville 30 31 0 brother-in-law of Santa Anna,ad the Com I to them attested Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave thl. "/
DRY GOODS, OR KERIES, &c. are requested present ,, duly '
B rewards, 0'4 0 mander-in-chief of' the Mexican Army, ope informs the to the undersigned, on or before the lit day plaoe every Monday I'

St. John's Bluff,' 20 0, 0 rating against [Texas, is only,22 Wears\ old, THE'Subscriber he'h reap ctftlly jut returned: from of February next, and all personeindebted to toeachpasaeogerandfuranq BTForty pounds baggagewill greater| be allowed weight, ; 'j\l ,I
said Estate are to make immediate r"A
54"v 39 :135 and is' highly esteemed as a brays and hon. New York, with an enti sew and full assortment :- requested' '!oI one cent per pound will be charged for every' ""
payment. .
of Dry Goods, faidware: and Cutlery ten mile. .
orable man even by the people of Texas. I JAMES IIOBKIRK
Scattering ,,1
Shoes and Hats G ocjries and Provi-
Exn '
I WILLIAM MILLS.. < QTFare: through, way $25., ,
Itjappears from the above,statements i which sions 'and Medic and ,
Drugs nei. Crockery JAMES HARRIS..
I Mr. Dermott, in his medical lectures at Jacksonville Oct. 1833. Jeff ,
believe to ,be correct, that Samuel 'L. Glass Ware. And hope; bhia! attention, to Jacksonville; Jan44. 1 3tf '
arritt is elected majority or,6f Soho, London, proposes to enable men to:fly merit a share of their paroiage, and assures I J, I
Esq. by a
by furnishing them with caps andmng.'la.' ,, them, that his Goods will b. sold at a:reasonable IfEW (TORE. .CONVEYANCE FROM : '
ien, voles over Judge Doggett, the next for rilHE Subscriber h received .?: t i 1 >
flated with hydrogen Was Sir R. S. price for Cash, or in bitter country just a com '
h tghest candidate on the list. gas. produce. .H. H. PHILIPS. JL plete assortmen of Engluh. and West JACKSONVILLE TO STt AUQUSTINE., t +

Hershell' particular to determine that the Lunar N. B. CASH paid for Cotton, Hides,DeerSkins India Gooflt, andOr, met' ,which are offered ., .
From.an article; published in the rough "Vespertilio Homo" had not 'art jftcial Tallow, BeeswaxJMoes. &c. for sole at the lowest rice,. 4 -:

eepsie Telegraph, we glean the following icing T.The Jacksonville, Nov. 20.] 40tf ,ricolaUNov.JO.' J. P. LEVY.39tf '!'J" .

iif atistics of Dutchess County, in the State of schooner Davenport'froira New,York; E'Y'O 0 S.TIlE' THE Subscriber will run ..ood Barouche

YorK.-There. are in the 'County'.ofDatchese80 with fifty or sixty United States troops on Subscriber hi just received from ,R. B. >GREGORY, good,Horses from Jacksonville to'h'

grist mill.,85 aw mills, 32 card. board, destined to Camp .Kingcroued the York, a full, supply of' Fall,.and ,.Rttt1'l'1teY'mul Counsellor at Law. St. .Augustine every,Monday, once,,morning a.week;,to'and leave arrive this'plac. In {

f ig machines, Q cotton, factories, 15 woollen below this Winter Goods, consistiagof opened an office Jacksonville, for the
bar yesterday.. She is in the river I I HAS St. Augustine ?n cvvning the name day .
120 barrels best Canal Flour the Law. in the severalCourts.ofyDuval '
Ud.clones 6 .iron works 5 hammers 11 Returning-will' leave St.: Augustine
trip place detained by head winds. < ? on
100 half do, d< 'do. aid the adjoining coun and arrive '
Wednesday morning at this place ;
Idfi i stilleries, 1 rope walk;! dying and printing 75 bbls Pilot Bread, ties.[ ; .
| ctory, 2 clover mills, 2 paper mills, 26 ton- ,The:Georgian the 4th hut.says,-" thata 30 do Irish Potatoes,". '< He pledgee" ,.himself that all business i en. on(the: Forty evening. pounds the baggage same day.-will.-be.iaiEf allowed a'.' r

In aries, and, 1 brewery. Total number of call has been made\in Charleston for volunteers 20 hhds New Eng dRum, '", l
mills factories, &c., in the County, la 302. logo to Florida,'Gen. Hayne presided .. 4000 4000 do Ibs best Bacon Soap, 1"' III'III diligent Jacksonville attention, Julj; 15,, 1835.. S9tT one cent per pound will be charged fbr every. -

V alue,of.the raw'' materials used and manu- as Chairman at the meeting"l 10 quintals Cod FIsh ten miles. -rjOJ"Fare ,:-,
each $5, ,.:.
ctured in them per Value 20 kegs Goshen But er PROCLAMATION way .
year $1,992,615. II. !l. PHILIPS.Juksonvill .
Circuit Preacher for Nassau
(CThe l ,
oi f:the articles when manufactured$2,688,604. 40 bags best Coffee, ; By, George. K. Waliur, Secretary: and Acting .,Fb.2. /-fg 'Ctf
Mission, for the Conference of 1830
year Mess& Prime PorkMolas. SngsrRiee, Governor of Florida. '
Senior Blitz while exhibiting the will preach at the following places -- Mackerel u White Beans. Rums Brand Holland II'1 nIEREAB, an Election was held on they LIJ8. OF DLACK MOSS' ;
: people 20,000
? Black Creek, Sunday,January 31st. and American Gin, Irish Whiskey, yfirst Monday'in May, 1835 for theelection 'l WANTED,.' .'* -
.0T oiV f Boston his feats of legerdemain, was .se- Mandarin, Friday. February 5th. Wines, Porter, Lemon'Syrup,&os &e. of a Delegate to the,next Congren : ;; d .
rely wounded in the hand.by; some shot, Jacksonville Sunday, February: 7th. -AL5o- of',the United States,( for the Territory of I THE Subscriber Trout Creek : 'A Urge.:assortment of Dry Goods Boots Florida; and whereas tsatdelection,Josxm of Black If tdelivered in
.JP.nsjpf Jiails.wjuiwhich the man who dropp- Tuesday, February.Dtb. | In
0vnn lit OcM la'r
pr.-t > r
e d 1 the bullet in the gW," actually loaded it" And at the other places as was gzYen out &Hollow Shoe, Crock&c..rjr.&c., GloM, Stony Yard and M. WHIT received greater number'ofvotes or small quantities. ; ,', *:lf" I

by the preacher in charge! 'I wares, than any other ic4ividoal, or appears 'J.W., MOfUlELL.r .
UI observed by Buts. While he was perform- Cotton Bagging,'Twin f, Rope &o. b1 the return legally tuade toms sNow ,

Into g in New York,'a person put'a slag an inch All of which will beaold at the lowest cub therefore, In pursuance of law; I dtf Savannah June! 17r: 4J4ir57, I
ag in the gun, but the trick was discovered prices. M, K. P1NCKSTON. hereby proclaim the said Joseph M. White, .NOTICE.V' '. ,
Weeks from date, I'shall apply to the duly elected the Dekgate from this Territory '
SJ id the offender exposed. SIX the Judge of the County Court of Jacksonville, Nor. 19,1835, 39tf to the next Congress of the United States. A:LL persons b&'fillf.dm nd. against the i ;

Does not every man know ,that these feats Duval County, for letters of administration Given under my hand, this 28th dar of Estate, ef Mn.LEM.WTtf't; QAU ,. t t

01 e the effect of trick and deception There- on said the County estate deceased.of FRANCIS. FAULK, late of FACTORAGE A COMMISSIONBUSINESS.. August, A. D. 1835. O. K. ALICER., r ed.TIER and, dee.all persons will present Indebted them proJHrJ1.attelt said! Estate'flu ".:- '; I

foot re,lie who would thus t&4 tht gum about toi DEMPSEY BYROM. Subscribers intend establishing on NOTICE. \ r. nuke Immediate payment t. ; : t

b< Jacksonville. July S5 183g29tf
her substance that ,would,I c cause a fatal. House in Charleston,S/C. for the transaction r stock of goods to Mr, WILLIAM .,. t "p ; :'
NOTICE.: of 'and Commission Business Rssssa,'and h&vlDKbbD the store lately oceupicd .
.Factorage ,
w'ouad, most be either an ignorant Jackass or f3ALIlw .. ,
persons having claims against the under the firm of W. Kno & Co. to be conducted by them, they cheerfully recommendtheir : t'TWO
arrant viHian. ALL tUe orthi late JOHN BROWN d-> bytheir partner W. King, and would customers to patronize him. Copper Stills hundred;nearly" new J one,'with eon'a t

RAIL ROAD FROM SAVAHHAH MACOV.to ceased, and all persons Indebted to sold estate respectfully offer their services in both the Mr. Rider is fully authorised to settle all two gallons the other ,
TO heater or tile l&I11e capacity eonaiolng -
to their claims and cities of Charleston and Savannah, to their our Book accounts contracted in our store ;
are requested present '
Central Rail Road Bill has passed the business. Those indebted us either fifty gallons, :-hlcli.wilt be disposed
make payment of their debts to F. J. JCD- friends and the'public. to. by ; "
sgisUture of ,and has & W. KING. note book account to call of at terms advantageous to.the purchaser,
Georgia received themature toy of St. Marys, Geo. or J. 0. Baows of IL or ,are requested at particulars of O. Bo" cf
IIjbJ of Governor Schley., It has there- New Orleans, J ecutors. Savannah, Oct. 6, 1835. 2w39 bts store and pay the same without delay, or' 5010xEaq For further. Whitesv, ';, inquire or at this office : I

become a W. The people, of'SaTannah Dec 3d, 1835.F. J. JUDSON,Executor.41tf NOTICE. suits will be commenced.BLANCHARD & RIDER./ JuksonvIlle, May 0., Uhf j- J

tad Macon celebrated, with great rejoicings, Jacksonville, BepU 17th, 1835. 3Stf:
WILL hold Court the
a Magistrate* at all description Printed at
th e final of the. Bill in the Senate I 3LANKEof .
passage \ '
NOTICE. Court-house in Jacksonville, on the ,Stc- at sboft notice. :
It!said the first few feet" of the Hood Weeks from'date, I shall apply to the and Saturday in each month, at 10 o'clock, A. WANTED Job Work \n ,

Ju' already been constructed. This avicees, SIX the Judge of Dahl County M. In my ,absence, any'business left with AT this Office .apprentice to the Print and(Q-Also: on reasonable, tenr s. ft lsudwmestle" ;1 tit,H I
the Estate of O. M. Dorman attended business,fifteen sixteen old I
at for lettenof Administration en EsfJ..will bepanetaally or years .
leUpdea4 and spirit which we hope; Cl14BLE8 BO 1'1', deceard.Iw. to, & 8TREETER, of good moral character and lA4uat oWl bob- 1a tk. Blankfrr-Deeds; 01 La o } 1

will; not stop &,its project till,the Road istoatPhted. CURRIER. Jwtie of the Peace.. its, to such u cot liberal encouragement wiU ding-Manuests- die-. e cout&At11> >.! '1 .
, ; II JackeoinWi, Dec. 3. ( -:6wU : June 17. -0 '" 25 be offered. "'-'-* '' Nor'. 19. this office. r. .

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IflriUE.TCE.! Nobody is,without iuflu-1 MACON S SUBSCRIBER
'M 18c E "ANOp8: ence. The smallest atom in the universe 'r : ... Southern./lgnculturali.tt pure

FAIK.. We the followingfrom hath its influence, OH every'other ntom"- : Editor and proprietor Mr. John fJol11 D, le''IJ
PAC the
: copy & ; solicits s0m>ort of the friends p(I:
the. Cleavebatl'(Ohio) Observer. Itia'a The smallest drop of dew that,falls intothe .. ture, and of, the interests connected otA

I the Blunchau- ocean, hath its influence on the tides-- throughout the Southern States, Ht
1 fair specimen of -
pretty ,method of ., ), this
that All ahoy i company take this ; CAIAr published work fortMr. Legare '
of ocean.
sea style of? story telling tha everlasting"pulses THE g the public 'that they havepurchased ''I jILL run once,a week ,from Savannah commericenlent, in the year 1828! and,I

,"Mr. Zepheniah Swift, ':who resides in bodies, whether moral t. or physical l; gravi ti o Steamboats, the, ,,MACON ., "t'to Picohts, touching at Darien, St. thus Practically acquainted with the
had tate towards the centre of the u iverse.- and EXCE L, which boats are to run regularly Mary', and Jacksonville. I which it should be c nducted Its lIIo4t
of thte Thurs I I
the upper part village, ,on betwee Darien tnd'Macon. leaving R. & W. KING, tion will 1 ,be continued on the lab
day last, a most singular encounter with a Front the, de pset''vaults above-the caverns Darien once very Week with two tow boats. Agents,at Savannah. In the same manner & heretofore Bometr ,

: beat While returning from a pedestrian of the 'stars'f -down toe the deepest i The steomb< its will draw only 26 inches of Freight payable by shippers. All slave Improvem nta'as his xpetience with It
' in the country; bo was chased by the animal place of all the earth Or sea: where trees I company watet with ha t good been at engines'great expense' In each.to place The passengers must be cleared at the1 Customlouse. Journal As the the subscriber vehicle fo I ia solicitous dissemmi to mils lug

and finding himself losing ground, he flower' to the thunder' and the coral, of this line of steamboats Fri the Ocmulgee and Conveyances. St. Augustine, in readi- information, not 'ohh ,with 'regard to

! made: a bait at thq foot .,of a, steep hill[ the prot und si deptns blossom to a per- Altamah..u tivenwouldreapeetfullpsolicitthe ness at Picolata lished systems cf hus andry;but also err.tsW.
'' = patrona > of the public. This line will mental efforts is, Ag culture
is'not' insect
hur"icane-there: an 1835. and HoT':
(1 down which the, ,bear was coming 'with' petual be a.great utility for merchants who wish to July, ture, he invites: fr ee a d unrestricted "

i wide distended jaws,all'ready for:a mouth an atom-a mote-which hath not an immediate ship their gc ids bathe way of Savannah orDarien i NEWS. nication from all,per ons occupied in coaJ tb
and everlasting influence the to ] awkinsville and Macon or in I SUNUAYjMORNING pursuits. Let us
upon imagine
fill With of fciind Mr. that
t ; great presence 8. shipping C< ton to Savannah. Arrangements TilE Sunday Mot\lng News has now been facts or isolated experiments sob
) his and his very stars themselves-and upon the sted- or the for upwards of three are too triTiI\\
, ,stood firm ;at post, presented hive 1 een made to forward cotton public be comraunicated. All systematic

fist to the mouth"of, ,the bear who ran uponit fast, foundations'of the earth.. goods witho detention between Savannahand months, and,if any. criterion can be drawn edge is but the,aggregate ,of humble hOt'
from then of its subscribers p
l Darien. patrons and lars; and Science, in
with great violence anil did not stop until No exertio ,'or expense ,will /pared to it has r et' with a flattering acceptance, brought to perfection,not every departmen,
he had imbibed the whole ami of our hero, CoxfYzRhTt0f' Ut' 4 DOWIf-EAST K1TCHEr : give the gre est despatch,to good or,cotton innsthe pri ,plea it has been guided by in mentality of a sirgle exrraordina through the instn

who takjag a,strong bold internally, with. ,_" Who."is comufg here, to-day?" said shipped by) : libs'. line' its 'manage lent, have been ,approved, and I' by the ,contribu Ionof' particulars JnindI by ,
Agents for above boats : sanctioned.J As a consequence or its increased -individuals, and moD
generally after
.a sudden jerk turned his foe completelwrong"sido y i' L..n W (&,CO 'Savannah. circulation, ita advertising friends have many years, hi I. desirous, therefore the lapse
out, eonsgquently'headiag him ,"A ,tutor- ,. from. ",'Cambridge, answered e come Toward in large numbers; and,as it may as many fact to record as can be ;to har
: :IJecky. ';-,' if.s" J. GODOAROCW.. Macon.: now be considered fairly afloat and,rising on and from the planter who is furni8h
and jio
p the other'way disappeared MITCH & COLLISI Darien., SYBtel11atic'
spun th* tide of public 'favor, it afl'ordl'a.n admira his
t Cverth 1'ili9om,whence be came." "What w a tutor?" asked PoJ y. J.*E.,&,B.' Dztxffo' Charleston.- bIb vehicle for the dissemination of such inteligence failures experimental as well a,bin labors Successful,; an account of I

i '"A tutor? 1 1y;me mercy! child,don't Dec. l I'34. ,1 | ,as those engaged in business wishto be acceptable: If the'lactate worthy efforts of, ti j
I you know?" 'd Becky. communicate to their correspondents, : and recorded that they may be imitated
Hiirrs TO, ccnsiuca.When ,you are CABINET, FURNITURE :WARE- customers.. the fol
obliged to obuin credit for your stock, be Why, he's' i person what tutu!" HOUSE.. The.number of'papers supplied to casual should The subscriber.hopesthatthis be noted in order to be shunned' ., '

'TAMES>> H. COOKE, No..100, Broadway enquirers, in addition to the regular subscribers fellow citizens of appeal
1careM \o whom you apply; as a the South will U
very "who fa himself?," '%'hy, lab[ess' me, where is this n m. a J ,New York, often for sale every kind and ,on Sunday, is Very great, and is con vain. It would be a'reproach to our not Plant,

,, creditor/ in the screws, paper printed exclaimed,an elderly lady quality of Sof Sideboards-Secretaries- stantly increasing; ,which is another proof of to meet the fate of the Southern Review.
ruin : Never credit for small Book, Cases-Tables' of all descriptions popular approbation,'and a sign of the attract the last it
may you., get be said
after, ,reading he long list i of msrritigtcewhich' may justly,, that it was of(,
different Chairs of even! uality-High post and tive character of its general and miscellaneous -. fered to fallwhen,; itwas not onlv .
eums-4ibr for ;
i any sum. in places ; rPR'01 '
lately nipeared in a paper publish French Bedsteadi of Mahogany and Maple- contents.- N us a well merited fame 'as a' -- ---peon
better owe what you' are obliged to at one '' Hair and Moss ttro.ssee-FeatIier Under these favorable circumstances the literary
ed in, :Marion Bounty, Ohio "if it isn't but it was also vindicating! the Southern hob
'and Everyman to Looking j Glasse -Carpebi-and a full assortment Sunday Morning Nero will i proceed ,with redoubled its from the :
.. place' ," tolone; ,bran. from 'Marryk county,* I declare t"! she of ever] thing necessary to furnish confidence, and energy'ia'laboring been so liberally unjust bestowed. aspersions which bin

whom ,youowe five dollars, will trouble added on'exa aing the ,title, "Nowdos- & house. \i to gratify the'curiosity' and taste of the pub section of country. ,The upon" Southern us out of OIl!.

'you as much, it not.more, than the' one to en't that make' oth ends meet finely' La, I April 7. i 3w15 lic, in''all the, various items t of intelligencewhich ,,'in some measure'- supplies Ap.culturalist" lit

whom'yon owe an: ljuudr d. ''It is, easier r form the staple of a weekly journal.: place of the Southern Review, so far II
what a suitable ame 1" It-
SUGAR 1LL! >FOR SALE.AGREATB' The 'man of business will be sure to find gards the circumstances last alluded
t'o salsify on 3 man than twenty. Give to to. If
: therein most recent'and information
: liGAlN is offered in the correct serves as a Register not of
only methods
61 your best cu itomers only short credit;'and A man in Olio, has been sentenced to Sugar. Mill, from 'West upon the state.of the ,foreign and domestic Husbandry, but-also of facts relating to on 01[

when, it hat_ expired t .collect promptly.Ile .-, fifteen years I prisotimenf' for having Point Foundry; .meter of Centre Roller markets,-the current of.business, the arrival of Slavery. The subjects of the dec!,
of pine
> two feet two and'alfinchel'and\ two outer vessels, and every thing connected, the treatment the characters
diligent in your bu.ine..raithful to' thirteen, ... 1 ones, one foot :te: ; and one--foorth' inches with "mercantile affairs; the politician will Slaves, are ,fairly, suited,, to ,its d on
1p. pages
your; wod:: -mOderate in, your expenditures with Iron cogs, pbnts,. &c,, as also a set of meet with 'a faithful abstract of the'move constitute topics as interesting and important

.temp':rate 'in ,your habits-;just' in i R ,SALE, Kettles from the ilited Foundry in Scotland, ments of parties-,with legislative proceedings as any which can'engage either: our own it-\
VALOABLXantly IOTTON PLAKTATIOW, pleas known of he Carran here'together with details of the political tention the
A by name Foundry warranted or attention of those abroad,who
your dealing s-correct in your principlesi.get situ ed, and healthy on the St. and proof, malleable Iron .Th Capacity operations on the continent, of Europe,' and I feel a legitimate.interest.in our concerns
taJarrfed! to a good girt-and you maydefy'lawyer Johns' river, in ""oval county, Florida, four of the'gra Kettle is three hundred every other quarter of the globe : the lover of I The subscriber begs leave, in conclusion,

i, sheriffs, ,duns prisons and miles above the rowing town of Jacksonville gallons: and pro tioned,' or 'graduated to varied and diversified reading will find the ,to remark, that if he had not undertaken\
containing 10 acres, of which one halfa sixty gallons,. be four to' the set;'all of means of gratifying while tite as copiously continue the publication of this Periodical
the blue dev Is. (250 acre) is"g< planting land in a'cornOder which, with. Coot i,Vats, 'and a Cistern to supplied' possible; the admirers of most probably would have been,either removed -

,. t' pact.Jody Land''' fence.. Jt baa a good I contain thirty, h<*s beads will, be literature will be sure to:discover something from our city, or been suspended
Tnc Scotchman Dwelling House/\vith i all the other necessary 1 disposed of, if apd i d for shortly, for at least to suit, thei 'tastes: in the,choicest extracts Whether it will be in his power to continue i it,,
JtUPTILL-A young buildings require on'a Plantation. Those. twenty-five'per ceWbelow cost. from native and foreign periodicals, and in will depend not'only'' on the Pecuniary but
having wooed a'buxom damsel,'persuadedher who wish 'to purchase, can'dall 'on' JOSIAH : A line directs.! to E. B. COX on Sidon the contributions' of ,popular and approved the Literary Contributions of Southern Flan

to accompany,'him to a Scottish ,''Jus.' GATES, who is on the plate and 'will aid Plantation, Mcln sh County.;Georgia, (as writers. The tone preserved throughout, will ten He confidently now leaves this matter
them.In:.an examination of the premises.";' Manager,) will b ttended to. be, that of scrupulous morality; .so that the in their hands, feeling a' full assurance',that
tice of the peace to have the ceremony They will have &,''view of tie ,present crop, March 12. "1 '4wllBY most 'fastidious shall have nothing to object there is wanting on the part of ourJPl&nbn,
performed. Tbepstood very meekly under And from him,or the,subscriber at St. Mary i, to on this soorft-ttnd the trieh of the proprietor neither the liberality nor mental energies necessary .
the:operation, till, the"magistrate was Georgia i,may obtain the terms of sale. rIOE. as it has been and will continue to be his ,to sustain the Southern Agriculturist
WHIPPLE'ALDRICH.' duty as wellas his desire,' shall be to unitein
t laying the,damsel l under obligations to obey Jacksonville, Aug 17.' '4w31 An act passjdby| the Legislative: Coun- its columns in well arranged and digested Charleston A.S. C.E.Dec.MILLER, Publisher.
cilofthis T '
her husband. about < 'tory, at its last session order .all that is sound and, in ], '
that; elegant literature
Say no more t. and approved by ,Governor Feb. 14th Persons desirous of subscribing can app!I1
sir," said the half made husband, "if this $100 REWARD.' 1835, the Subscril n were appointed Commissioners -, amusing in art, instructive' in the sciences to W, T. WILLIAMS, Savannah, or7 at flu
from the Jailo?Monroe Coun and necessary for a correct appreciationof office.
band remains upon ,this 'body, I'll make ESCAPED to ope Books ,ana ,receive:.sub- assingevents. STHEBOSTON
District of Florida, a prisoner Bank
scription for the s it of a 'to be iota
her ,obey me 1" ,"Are we married yet?" by ,4ie name of JAMES S. SIMOJYDS, ted In this Town > be 'called, THE .B.IlNKOF'J.IlCKSONYl ,The popularity now enjoyed by this journal, PEARL AND LITER-
mid the exasperated maiden to this' ratifier who was committed to -my custody on three will be the best guarantee for a careful adherence .-Volume Fourth.
%1 indictments found by the grand jury of said 'pursuance < IE.which the Subscribers to the.'means by which it was acquired; Published every week; by
of covenants, between. man and woman. on the several of murder and the patronage hitherto extended towardsit .
County, charges hereby give noti, that the Books for Sub- I ISAAC C. PRAY Jun.
, "No," said'the wondering Justice. "Abl 1 piracy, and larceny, and'' mode his escape by scription for the u} "we means of false key. on the night of the 14th opened in this, Tofo the same course. containing eight large quarto s
t very well, cried she, will 1 ,finish! the at Counting-Room New York August 16. tae
inst. He is a native of New Hartford,(Con) of Messrs. Blanc and & Rider'corner. ot ,,; -equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of miscellaneous
remainder to-morrow 1 1"' and' away skipped a mariner,and has been for veveral years i in Bay and Liberty s|[]Bets, at 10 o'clock,A.M. GREAT and original matter, printed on superior
the damsel: :; congratulating herself on hex command of trading'and Wrecking vessels, on the fourth'day >f May next." NATIONAL WORK. white paper,with'perfectly new type. A
IJ : and at one time commanded the Schr.Lydia W J. MILLS, AMERICAN MAGAZINE handsome title: page and correct index w
m'Owescape. of Philadelphia., He is bout thirty years of W LLIAM RIDER.' Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to be il- be, furnished, and the'work'at the end of the

Air OLD Fox.AP.) $On had for age five feet fire or six inches high, has a ST fcPHEN EDDYIS lustratcd by numerous. Engravings.BYTJIE year, will forrn an excellently printed volume
many down cost guilty look, dark'allow complexion lAB.D. HART. of four hundred and sixteen pages, equal
yean owned a foxy ontwhom he set much ;but from close confinement for several S Commissioner. BOSTON BE WICK COMPANY. three thousand duodecimo pages. ,
value on accountofhtadocility., One day month. had become'somewhat pale,has a remarkable Jack.oavillbE.ft April 2d;1835. ,THE success which has attended the pub The volume will contain twenty-six. pieces
,scar on his head and some'Icare; ; the best Magazines from the of music for-the Piano Forte; &c.. .equal.to<
he. made his escape, and bin owner ,pursued about his face. He is i well known in ,New English Press has led to preparations',for issuing one hundred of common sheet music, which

him,but could Jiotjgetaalght at, him. Yorkwhere: his wife.B connexions: reside.I TREASURER'S, NOTICE._ a.perioJical more particularly adaptedto could not be purchased separately for less

An length'he met a'stammering follow and will give the above reward if he'is secured TREASURER'S'OFFICE;' the wants and taste of,the Amencan pub than five dollars ; and the publisher it determined ,
in any Jail in the Uni id States, or the } lic. While it'will be the object of the proprietors to procure the'simple rather than \\h-
accosted him with much' haste and earn- same reward with all reasonable expenses if Tallahassee, March 8th,.1835.BY to make the work strictly what its complex and difficult;

estn'etie-, "Have: y oti,,feen ,my fox ?"- delivered to me at Key W
U D-d-d-did be h-ba-bane a l-l-Iong b-b-bu- THOMAS EAST, U. S. Marshal. is provided that ill Bonds executed by articles of interest to its patrons which dance,whatever, in the support of it,as a literary
Auctioneers shall be forwarded the in foreign
18331 by Judgeof appear Magazines.
Key West, July 25; paper from its engravingyetlherew'd
bushy t-tail P1' "Yes| which way did beg the County Court t4<) the.Treaeunttsf the Extensive preparations have been enters be presented occasionally, plates from >

tell me?" '!)V*,. ?r*well"; d.d-did he $00' REWARD.RANAWA': Territory of Florida; and thatall Auctioneersshall into, both with Artists and,Authors to furnish and wood of beautiful workmanship cope?
quarterly in each year commencing on from all parts of the Union, drawings ish. Already have appeared a beautifulengraved !/
ha-havQ a great Wong aked nose 2" from the subscriber the lit the and illustrations
: P7P-p two January, transmit to Treasurer of every subject of interest, portrait df James Fenimore Cooper
"Yes, yes}' blast I y'out pictur l, tell me his,two about negro fellows months since, ,under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy which the publishers confidently believe wit executed on steel,and a chaste vignette ode
where George of all sale,effected by him, with the amount enable.them to issue a work honorable to its
he went- N-now I page, engraved on : .
,v-vo-vow and JoA- George, a South I copper
and title
and" and
at what time and for whom to
,place acceptable the American Its I'
People. and ,
Carolinian contents will be various spirited
you, 1 guess I-I liaa-ha'et. s-s-seen him I" born, is about 40 the same wad.mode; now, all Auctioneers The :American, Magazine is published there will be a record of Occune

1' i ,__ ___ ,L ,. J years old";of. heammere the middle size, are lequired to take notice',of said law, and monthly-each 'number, containing between eel, Statistics, Obituary general notices; &c,. :cc, IlL

xwo"gentlemen ofre cIty of Bata, bay.. much w..U..bfllt.that at times it is difficult so: be conform instituted.to it,or unit*upon of the their Bond must forty DOLLARS and fifty mp rial octavo-pages,'at,Two addition to the TalesLegendsEssape' Tnr
Juages Courts
County annum '
per payable in advance. .Jb8 nca
to understand what he elling, Literary fugitive"and,
inghigh.words.at 'a ,coifee-house, one of says. are requested with { to-, forward, 1C comprises-Portraits and Biographical Sketches &c.

them was,wen, the next morning' takingthe John, an African, bO fat, is about 28 yearsold droperly certified and approve,,the.Bonds ofAuctioneers Sketches of distinguished Americans; Views elegant paper, Biography for the Poetry i mloves
middle site,stout, \and of. very black in their"oeseesion.. of Public Buildings, Monuments, and im of : aspcontributions 'will be
of politeliterature ,
mean Chalking "rascal"tipon'the ,
revenge Both
complexion. jobbing Thoeetl'lO CHARLES AUSTIN.1"reasurer
carpenters. provements;Landscape scenery-the bound? secured from some of the most popular /trLe.
street door of his opponent. The negroes are probably lurking in theneighborhood of ihe Territory of: Florida less ,variety and beauty ,of which, ,in this rican authors)

latter afterwards.. called at his ':honse,, and Duval WhitesTilfe E. F. where,on Black Creek, I country will form an unceasing source of instruction The work *ill be printed at well,and contain -
I County have theirwivel
they: and ,
' LAND XT'FOR ST., PABLO gratification; Engravings and I as much a. similef
informed by the that his 'roading any
was servant, master GtW e.atr.lr.S. Y, Carey's and JohnatMr.BrownV ALE. descriptions of the character habits, &c. o quarto paper,now published in the Umtw
was not at home but asked if he wouldleave Birds, B asts, Fishes, and Insects,' together States ,and it can and truly be called
The above reward will be Mr. Subscriber of ars for sale for cash with ; safely
paid by or every subject connected with
for him "No" THE the Ge a the cheapest journal of the kind.
message replied
any Francis Gue ,erchant in St. .
Augustine- Negroes, good acceptance.of ,- graph, History Natural and Artificial Red!
TJ"JUu-Thlee as
he tell him I merely called dollars the in the the tract o' :fine Live Oak hammock resources dollars per annum,
a ,_"you may out thirty on delivery jail following of the country,illustrated in a familiar is be paid insVance.
of compliment, having'been informed,that said city of each of said negroes i, besides the land on St. Puplo Creek/bounded u and popular manner.; paper. Two firmly dollars establishes for six months, to ti!;
reasonable expenses incurred to ,bring them follows. .:-on the I West by Pablo Creek Boston Bewick ; '
1 he left his naMe at my door this morning" then, or on' Ihe.deliverv to the'penon seat on the North' by Wi slow ,}'ueter's load, on No:47, Court Stre t. Company paid Boston in advance. 1

to receive them at any place where they may the Eut and South oy lands of .CorneliusTaylor Editors 1834, _
A stout country fellow inured"to Hard be secured with the proper information; given containing two hundred and thirty United Stater of who Newspapers will throughout the
labor complained at breakhatbecouid7not ,,to that effect to the said Francis Gue. three acre.. For particulars apply to publish the foregoing JOHN A. SELtOWAVT
frequently Prospectus notice
stp and
M. DEFOUGERES. ,I. D. HART, or the contents of the Real Estate and Merchandize Broker, XoExekangt W,
\; .. cat such nlck-aCkS as St'AuguetineJuly 1. 29 JAMES DELL.Jacksonville .. to Magazine the first from time to timeshall be entitled treft Boston Mas.

1, ham,;eggs,sausages,&&,but wanted Rome- ,'Jan.23. 4tf I Any volume. WLL attend to the selling and bnvU*

(" thins solid.The good lady of the, house STORE TO LET.' NOTICE. poet paid person Ten remitting Dollars the, shall Agent receive, bj moil tax l, United States.'People Estate, ,|in desirous every of part emigrating ofj*;'

i him he should STORE at MAXDAM5 ro- copies for one and ,
told continued
have snoti"
finally something
u long from
one Union to
of the ,
.TliE occupied> bj E. A. Co- perwn..Gdeptcd to the ,subscriber u the part
money regularly forwarded 7
ALL : information
lOUd the next morning when she set him can always receive correct
,trill be rented on fair by Note or Book account are requested A liberal price will be paid for willveteiveord''*
a a'table by; himself) on which aha placed a terms. ti Uls a good stand for business,and to settle the same without delay; and -. well waiters: articles, or drawings!pproptiate.nd. illu&nUn s applyiagathiaolJice for various; kind of:Merchandize He deliverecf ; '
possession can be) immediately. no credit will be inn at my store after the of,national
of.hard >cider and a large pdw b r 'J .ubJecta.poeaeqing.in- part of Communie*"
quart. any the Union
Apply Jo C. READ near the premises.Mandarin 10th March :IllARDY U. PHILIPS. tetestt Subscriptions received

platter'containing, '. a beetle and wedges.. .' ."' > ,- Auruat. Ii;:" ,:, 1835. -'r29tfv. -..' -,, 5 j JacksonvUle: ,March 3., r. .lOtf ,;. J>. .. 25.,1631 at. ,this" ,s.. "..office..." W&..,. addressed! to him tirill-be promptly Jan.l,,.tte1sA.cO.

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