The East Florida advocate

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The East Florida advocate
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Place of Publication:
Jacksonville East Fla
A. Jones, Jr. & Co.
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October 12, 1839
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 7, 1839)-
Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.:
Ceased in 1840.
General Note:
"Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
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AflPe lfon ,'tifild with thest'idlp-kpe p- I*'l nl ; I asi' c I~,, l1 ile o cllchisio tlh1 it
Pr aHd, dpilu itiirL., h; inrtd dollar.-z tf payI'I w ,iasc1iJ1 t< s [ 1 to br g IIe sliipto II a -
fn. tilt- Ifors+t in Cif p| I kilh-d im. or Inw rin m cho). 1'.
IaNwIy with .nle. Imhors,, was lrou-ldit mlt. W 8v<,o.rl cnnle to a spot wepr tiltp hot-
Ht- whs f:I traIlpinlf rpllmv, nd hbad a toni \vus fimijiyy midn rocky--wtichl I
Shiinrp nimi rotritsh eve. F1 lpi'Ve thle In-,I t If ml1(-11t I nus'tp jd ve t enl llipw (htat I wisn Lm'n-_ii handI (t wl, s k ir ldidnot.s, I (lhl no ik s lookhl( 'e. T he l .1'hI w vIIi 1 ?. so owiler fo l md Ihow toi holM the reins; m i Id v.1"" O lt ,,v'r lnir,! lit;nl first.
s wtciri v 'iir i,ll 4i6I h o r t rp t--ho.llr r 1e l i It,, lll'[s hi ll r1"stll-n
h1 Nh ',s li.ih spiritedI, d id .V l hy the illor." AyXP ,y ,sir." By li;,nI-
n11 .= 4 oiok oit hiat fie does not ruin away inmo. la,t ll, p Il't,irdl riin, I l soinirhi
ithi vo.,y Iy shiip np in1iitilie wilni, iltrnl sailorfi" sll-
.Th~tr wovld be a g1d o 4k," said I, I i"" h"it willi IllI 1,y seKnaiishi,, I could
"11i1d 1 Sl1oistuM nol t tp.r the l.r-T ofit for" nor in 'ige to lpi(ck tlr4 sip., rL t no
Aex ftfolwhQ. n !" T knriw hlow to i t. le I i lif'llol 'r, s "ti'llt | :it t11 -" topl of" IImy
stop Io bafth'i usilpsat onee," Sit I took I',.s'Ulold ,vilol.,:lr, it weit :iid t,);lm es'uclh
n u d J eff m v lt o rn d o w nw to th e w hl ir| w l < r e a .i'-i, ii g lo i hlleI ile I'm llc ; d r ow lt r
ittyo .1- l shillw 's di .l'i~ arLinL, aid asked lt.. he l oi-idpd fist.,rttiin ever.
the mante to |Ipnd rlile P small loav' r|1a TTIinks I to mysifold l Iy,yoy,,nr r(Nce will
r!Il, .l i a idiep (ifratlinz stuff; whivi lie he sooll rtln -Ihmt m lild to livso(,rro''w ( fIV4
did, for M r. R; rInsPy w?-9 a .h.Vewr flglolfw, tleiPi. ltl ,11d 'l Al rl u1 ,1111. }-nd!0 ho1 lillI
mithonfh ih p vhe ed to liol!bcr u s i ot !d gromllid was gw.rid for i-ioti ,g Tiho a ,-1.1,,r
dtleu in his. withle tritonmiltiL E the sils. I I dranggd--mid for ;ai i,-did l ot ehlie k ille
. l, llt rope l nd Illl l hp ior,a lie <9 rat,,f > 41f IO ,lig ly r-l' lltir. P11 ? in' Ilm ll ;I
thpn mnale a sniiffenil of" lie rrest ofit w ti e -kit-l. ;i: d! t,,wtine wo1lhd l si ii| ,Offiv, Iiin.-
hmw ofthp si dle, at, n)d @in tile lop 1f "al !ir-l to 1s "ht'ii 'ill the rot-k. ll' of Bm i!os
I pit tnlyv nn .hor, read to let a, n d A! Ayr,11 dill'i", 1 'a!<-r.. I b gIx to
hrivli lit ) y peraft ill smiln lintr,, if she ,ro( t i ,k it ;A 4r.s ? ,lll- -ISp whli I;ir Jj.,ry
filmuh w ay on. gBnt wlls Btlwvs,'Iv rI onI ofi M 'i("'F:.|ik vvli.,rio^ Hvrd ir <.; iSh lf--
goinr fhr, n av( I d(111id1't lelieve there wIUs ahind a tliI rH',,k--, ni 'lo daiir .+ ig t round mt id brought herll" up ll l taul-
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C .S.^ i jOff C ME- ,qr.3D17," -Mr-." wi' sen.mid -witli s,-veral srars, 41141 lIis,
PUBI.tC.TIi,.--Tlhe Advocate will "It1e 111se.soo a- -aske.v, looking isi it iad
pubJished every Saturday #xveningl at I',i',tl kno,'k4_,,ied lr .Hii1,irtfir-,warlsa part
Jacksonville, E. F. > "-" (if it stu,-k oi, h io, fi tile I% n g pmle. ln-
SIuBscCRIprios.-Five Dollars per annum. ,det'd liis whole vi-siige aspsk+ ay plainly as
payable i tall -dvance. No sob- A ftcie ,oi0diI speak, of ,,,rril'le *. il'ntier
scrip ,ion will he received for less than Six I f ot o,, hmats dire either .iHlt11ii ltni oi.or `il-
mnouths, nor disconl.inued until all arrearag. -,1ntllate ki^j-.'ls o",. +
e 8 a re p a id ,, Il e l h i n fri l
A DvErTtSING -OneDollar per Square fuor ?_ -
the fir-t insertion, and Fifty Cents -for every st,,ll, to the rvtm*,*^ t Ins sitinale?., nt
subsequent one. 'ength, afler inr'iilf over Lit hge quid
Advertisements not specified as to time, two or4hr,,e riw, atlnd kiig some at-
"will be published until turbid, and charged tmplts to parke( 11 l-is 1inou1t i~ sc'l, a
acc,,rdingly. *t, as to covey articilalnted somidls to the
U3.AiI announcements of cCandidates will ears Of the listeners, iie addressed 1his
be charged Five Dollars, payable in advance, watc'hniiates in a croakingr, b1ll fi'og kinld
f [C',ammnications or advertisements of of voiee, ofter something of the IW1WiM" ? 1(1
a person l -na,,ture. w.lW .n admissible,' \will be, tshi," "
charged as advertisements. 'te!U you'nt it IIsIiplnte lie old
Yearlv Advertis'ers, ofumatteranpertaining -hi ky goes al,,l,, Clhs elotig, vs .1 good.
strictly to the business of thle patrtie-i will (01n1ifbrtlbhl ctati-- ,, we are t-re lie charge ed as f llow s : l o i l b oard of r re as
Over 50 lines, and under 100, $-)0 per annum wNl ," il-a''d "^ l",'' "i we ,li.-i' *-- rl.lit
Over 2,) hines, and uUid er 50, 40 4 (l Y1 d+lo-1.d, itpl hoin4i1
Over t0 lines, and under 30, 35 6 ', 6 ilore.hhollirs Y4)1 jvpiow. tot!xipert to go to
Tlt,,se wishing "t ndverttSe by the year set, UR lMty tilt-, o ,-,-,til ,yiy"1 0dbe r b, Coni; e
are required expliciRly to Nbitiae their inien- so (,s -hurdened llat I c-1nh1,fit gm nlofti-
"tioin beiforehand, and yearly advertisers will and I fimld niywlf V;0 well off, Nilli a good
be con.ic. d on tire list, untejs notice for sA ilt u dler '11,y foot- iro-v, lpro,,isioi,, ,. 0
disemitiuaince be given at least- one,month p|pllly of fie,,,lkin,d offi,'ers. anld a 4Vtr':
previou^lto tile, expiration of their yearly S4 t,of fe.lios f6m a crew'), hait 4111,'r
term e. mys.lfabolit tile .fl, I p J
Bills ltr <"tin, for resident. met u h, I -lf l togow hol : -lli,
cli'ints. 1il be pre-,entedon the ) .- of April Nsa,_,, ltulli it I 'rils IO grow sl*^*l t r
nd~the 1st of-October :--o,]l will be re. th -.-nired to, pay 4n Iivance. c, omjes, eniipty. It will I be title ,m,1 ugrtXio
.j At;E-NT;.^T 1,l'.lal'e, prockring six subscribers' grol11i11hl tl1evf "dbo t long passage i' ciar- a
will l ie e dvilfil t,, a c-opy free of chari'-- : 'l li t to uny. re 'koning."
-over tiv;it inii1;",6r will 'ie paid 10 per cent. on 'Tl lt's all t't,`, Jerry,' shiid Toni H'in es.
tlie amount colldectd. -"i .tJiln.'yov know, lis a drtfi'dlfill 1ri--itto
Aiyt% cAc(,nn.unicatiions iiitended for pub- a ',ilow^ tie'cV, to s<- a st hip
.Hsa'tion, must bv P JSTr I'A ji)l-a d a ..o- i. A. JON -^; ^ 0nd. J| ,ll .v.. 'it. S-1i1' P is 1 it, rnid of
,-, ., Edttrs and Pu-Ilshers a s;il ly o, ,,a -,pi .1 1 W i :l-
'-i* .'.. A G i'] 'T .-i. l,:,i.', i.,rl ) i ii it:ii.p!o <)1 gumina:' +l w,,n-
S''ttA '"'^T1'1 >1.. l',vs, i:-':., .t,,;,, :.,.', l* v I.',i',('" -iv Sli2_.' his di~ou'Tk,,eji afinai ont
S fINt N, Ls.4'1 Cvwimhl jio'cel)l: a .,,,IIIIlt. I,,

I N rG ro IP. M ,e: I., ^a'' **tll "'
St..t h..h/, .,I' lle sfern lest sipote' d, .n,,tit >niliug <'.i:lt
i~i.+: ,' .. ..E.,.i ,. ?, '," .',+z+..,,, I. F .ll-,,uh r1.1111 s ,Its dl h- o+lh vv 1
-TH At A Db xri.a, Es.l.' .\ivnayg- il.1 E, ltl iil rf-r wi.nh( h e t
tF. ) 'Iore seIse, iI In 4 l l 11Iii t I g st a fits.-
9fa 1-Ui LE. 1tF1 -TrAt:,., E -Fe., Xf',i. r.. ". ;,,0 i+ ?1 s1itr I6-looko1 on1 t ,r.?t I
.'F. f " "k \W Pll '|'oi!," i' j,,in ,d .T riry. "shes+,ils
joti FI011 i..: ", ,ir !':%. 11.r0 1f. S.;' I., i Is
l4 .. FR L Jrt11./-," -'; t It I e (o g tI or I nI IIIw, t "I' sI k- ".|' '." ", = plelrs, -sed ,to like, ni'ld gnrii,.r on sea or
-& *1. --J'+, ... ... ... '^ "lo eas .. ..! anill of "co. llnt I gt O
IV J 1 --- _'*{ n i l %'i v\ r s wr,-i o. (poi,. t, _
".' ,'7,ir't'3 n, & ,- --,~ i , t'-1\ ;- 1171 l?'.-P llill I,TlI" ,I |]Le'Ll,'^"fe|lK^ U
sinee't', eitliior on tlhe laind or tlte o",.:1in.
S- SPIKE. "lw was. it,. ,rrv'; Toll ns; 01 idl out
"' BY HAWSER MAwrI. G.Ai .r. it.-- -xclaiellitd two or three oft {i vitelt.
.P+ r!ie clinisy'olhl ship At iallli--vio de- holliling, to get n yarin on _strel ,l- f',o 0 i".1 -
e iL'IV'Il f 1t 0 ;is rellinark llie fin. her dill. !'-rellt kiild thali theiy were li hsie.t in
-. *r li o i l',.ai, i;. s i3 hoi r he nitifiil niia iiesnkv kiiottill ,
vWais Tr .-li.r Ientinifil prou-iirlii):wsi ,jil> "\10iW y, yon Fee''." i. l Jcrv .46irlln-d kP,
s-vifti ss lii htl rI';ic'<' .1 it, wtsonle l'l.nll 'I liid jtist retil id from -ani i 'in r 'ilCteII
1) ding. .toliig oil her way f'1rii HM ivaniii, llonths Vliy.!': e to 4Cn,1ic ita 1id Icwin" ;III
for CoWpv Mid 11 r eiVit l n iieavy olf'stng~ir a dl v il, oi lo -, -Tl ie ,i,:ii })o'k, I,| thoiulght it lhilt ri'it to cnt n fvV
Nlew ir'i, dfrom thi e soltleast-->ii Illeig Shliil, s ,ii shiore, jnlst to Itso ilish thlie im;-
l ont li l( eaii!, il ir' I. e r iid',,d in it tives, yplo s-e. So oil tle onii ngi'iliy after I
lilite and the slieeis Wei'e-1 flowii,2". Tlhe lop- lot nlioi'oe, I te.t all alive for n ?tf'pree. ife-
siii6 were dilh!ip r-',4ft'fd hill !li,,'e %%;Is It() i0- i'niii~ied to hi ve I rhld ITlnat's right, se;za ,o --."iil[ r1it, old shlip itde lire said Jif W 'ilder-- lire a limi>k)and I'll go
fis! int mgoing vyfiv< o- r .six knot,) .' s. i I, i oilier wilii h o 11."
ve(ssPS w wdildi in triig tet o," .v'i. On "A vist theie, }!iitl.fpi ',r< I in-
Slo ii itr hi. %% l,,us, and 1istelnilig I 01o thtnd ito ride a fiors !.-e ;ck." At ihliA deter-
n !"ie she In,+d!1, ;i'Id -ioci6'1i !h!" ireniii- miniltnion thl e ,v l-niglied. iiid asked ime, if I
doni I~i, wiliitc {)noe %v!>i<.h he ,,;ir'i,l ill w-is vsw rti o i a L 'iso in my life. I told!
1ih'r tlilt, yu v:,iilh tlii-ik lie w ss goii t!!ei, Ino--Il> that flnt y 10 'p Oi wll v I
a ljp'z;i t least. shotild ine\er n lonnt one- that il' w'is tiev-
A sil,)1 (iis!ik A Ieaky s!!iil--ai hiu'ilia *olinii~iiit c ~ ~ ,,y' I fvso-sot al" w>c o0\ste" te-d et~r*s,?1< etcnicdta 'o
!poor s++i!iiigniid ri.:gin, &*<'. &ec.--ir(* !I~id ri~tliniy! ijaloi w,,nhd doxh..,.r.oo And a-
enliC~ilsh inl alltr'ioiis if'it'+' fnilt dutll sniliws wJnv: X I no~sted+ dtoun' T +to the livpr'V s;i'l~leP '

hIellp d fll, i t, le irses back and il ever lI,-t
so qvuer Ilii liy, lile. A tllorse kiiowsiv
Killing or two--l lit f.nniing rreaine lited
up pJI I i: liiai he:Iad and gaie~le ia look over:ithe
itaboad I(Miloulder a-s if'tbw(.tud say, "'il
fix Voftl. In 'lad bhi( -'lle."if'|| get back''- -
alid ]woiild liave ii ',ol, dollars 1o
liale beeli oii ftie Flemish horse 4t life giid
0 tihoi-'. tonitezuilia's inaili-tpq- . Ireefiiioi,-lails in the wind. Bolt it 'wasi
tio lile Io altermy plait, Mid ii:e(k or iiothIli-
ing.wiis tIlell lily 1110,O10-s,11 determliined
to heave aeilihd and savi e tie tide", evsplef ial- I huadl liy anichior at teI( how all Ir'e'aiy
ilo lei gp) if I found inyself atinlOlg `the
ibreakleis. "
I'll .e.t vi' wihat, shilnln-ate's, this riding

you ar.1 .1 se.I lts i( t slivit piihiing a dll, rolil-
ilgl'; Il vteirf'im;'t with bufolue ol Since--.
[lot efii \v hen'''nding, down tpt-gallaiit
1 111 S il. Jl- '.." *-w lo +- i,
-yards ,iT gal... ot-it'fdt ii Bay of Bis-
3 ir. Trliyiolhl.d iill! lfoi4 o steer him-i---v
falylaTid11 ~.-fill' S1,arl)okard rope when
1 wiS, ['W& iiini Ito go miiore toist.rliorboid-
an ll ieii li+,'iio j.i rope wih'i-l I f islwid
h iim;lo ,i~r--iiJ -i wiMidiI Ito lhi-,ave l6 I
!il.nst bril an-, et' equal s1raili io t e r .- 1in
-t6i'lorop]es, ald take a st-oing plnn. .
%\Ve started 4,f" and dseeied to llilve-
S!i4il v ric1i, oiliei"/er y well for a wfliie,--
T li e. (ifiel ii o t s e im ii c h lin ed ol g o i ai ^
and-i j { iiavned, to k. p le iy pe n iii'
purely .w41, tAuNiV01.'. os solle. d ;iii tie
Ueii g'i'iiiei,,i iis I' rod* alh,+,g-,lIe s,:-i --et-*
aiinltiv i ngZiit galtliieled 'onlriig% d .o<~s lv
I il lvl to ltai, ,i nlie'siil, aiMd get outi
Ofinlwll, w lierf- I sj lltild i llpi nlil lsaiilig
a id ll apill, iot l 0, o t'vt ITv sliKt'l, ofl ca.ii-
v.tS. Ac nrtihiig I gaite ii l iN t g fit'.iil-
tolii-ct %illitlie wl(-;i i off lie stariedl-
iith a jrk, 1ia Jll.iu vinir ininiblill file
ovrr tlie taifai rll qiirte'r- idl j t Iiten
S.inie liitl, powderr Lmion eys, hai d IItick t
ihvill, svt lipl a l-lifl o s y''li% w Ihih friglhre,-it-
ilt hint. ainid i\i yn hIis lback, .ckiikihg awl spraiing ald
gallopiig;it ilie rae o"f -ifiteii or iwelilv
1 cililnifto iilii like atiGerlisey flock io
Owia' lack 44.i 1 sai rii alld allilh nlil ai tir.' ril-
ilier tictkld ili;>an l lii ,-wise, at till, iideai o
iili+ ~t slr,'li a fiiio iS ra;ite, 'oo .1 fOii fill
tillHit c, lomd Slniot s'a d it h lonigi,. w Ill' y Ship
I"Ii>, 'j ",ast y,, i fI II"I, p lF ed i's ifsct. Id-
,-n^ i. i n... v~. > ... .. ... ..i i -^t Ia I-
(ow sdi ii g ( tJ li' 11 .iilld il la Ilii'riti liP.--
SilH'ii :tj, ,ilig ,)l!d tXitl l iii ;is I umo ins
s.-"!io lit ii to llie l ot oif a plyo ri J;,l'k
Tar. 10y ai'piiiliii lwas sofll, e.f't Ix liiid
;!1d I f ;i t ,vry 'ilid iil. a l lotlt tile
i'id soonjbel le sinkoi n o "t of' plai 1
i'-ic(|je id tuiIf-, wilh llily m niigiit--Ilitit w4Hs
oi'i ,. [sc. iiglil iig t: ave as well irild tio
sw;iv pll lie iiini-toli-sail bly iulliig ii.pol
tlie viinii-tlop-sai itay. Indet the inriler
I pulled the fhater tile ugly. creature

Tilei tolwi I soon 1. 4t far aste-in-passeld
hy fiethds, and lsheli.s, and aistes aiiild
ti-ees,a siiill limises' nl11d Carts, and li iill and
children;, who f ill lookid i ll) )ti o()t ei
imotill allnd Etaring eyes, as it ti,-Vb iad never
se'eli a iiorse iriiunniiing 'awly .%-filt a sailor
lblore. I liked Olie 1li1f o( o goingt very,
well at first'--liit sooil foliid I 1 o] l ld 10t
sla ~l l-h g-ai-il iiofe illi v'olce 1 wIas
witili all a e owe beinll pit'lied elvels over
head iinti ill,, jinnl*h alh l hla i 'e of, the I oad
--n-otwithistandliig ] I i ha y tilis f~iieidrop.
ledi Ilie lbu-hle, andil cltlu g to ihie {iorses
mlltne-. J grew sea sick, wlhic'l \ni kniow
#ltllinnrnte-, is anl iigly feeiling-'and wasiinl

Th .it' sok was So violent tha l an1ily
seven seilses were clit iiuplei l. y cholit kedI j tt-
of" fie, and when Il came tooIml,, itlnd ,v-
sell ly-ing oil a bed vWilli my ultt'll, I ndu
per woi-tis preity well balt'redr'v!1a4iili ad(,oi-
tui" hard ai work to repair dahalligs,-8' Thiat
Wva-.!- ill"-easy matter, s hipmlluitt'0. j 11 mliay
rely upouir, i-t, three of my-ribs tni1d ily,
collar bonle were -brollik ld, hnd I rtw;ivetl a
severe voihilod ol ir-e.+ side of mii'.vhemlI.
i which the' doctor saidi womld ihi ve f-islised.
111e, if niy head had lioi bIeeh'iijiicoutitiiioinilly
thick, lily aiice WiSl briuisdll ,-Ilnd cu.So Iliat
iiot evenl m-l! ow iMVll limil kinow\In tier dariiiig-Jerry'if lShe had been
oil (e spot, ah.d iw.y-nose as, copljpeel... ey
llshippedpiiid ja keelJout on tile star-
board sidiq of my Jace! ..
Title ditur had aI loigh job of it,-as well.
its m'seLh.tad il was a i lg iinie Ibefire i
,was ablefi lo o (tlly toi. lIord Ship. My
pitiz was sa:idly pult out toi'tf iias you ste,
anild 1 lever have lbeell il ai hurry Since.
Ill) ri i m iiiile Inlh- 1 iilole l than that it is
Ote bound1ilfeli. dtly- of evury coiiimlily Io
,ulplpor' i1s oLwl, mi ii$ ecli csli4*. Tiley lire ,I
'orlh-"iiad indispeinsable class ofalien,
and we find no towli or village flolirimsilg
wiilotlil ieiraid. indeed their presence
.):o absence i s alw ways. a it-ie ilidexi of t'le,
criuiiou of a tlat.--whetlher i is advalic-
I M iig Wit w lanld importallce," or sinikiiig
il flecaiy..WO' ilelic'si" ,v; lils:s through A
villageolitd 1"rlhle Irequelit, solulid Of tlle
cai'pieiIter's hammer, e lie clink of tlhe
ilacksmilli's till%\il-that village, we Say to
oUrselves, is -floilrishinig. Jt calnot he
oli, rwise; obr tile producers are anii'vly' i
eiullyeil, \V~ieieveiaind wliei-vLr ttis is tlie tcase,
lite people are grtlviiig wtfanhy, and atr
ail til, amille t tl luIlilime am ig p ite risitl
gi wlol'ltc iil4);sto ItIiltl o| i isiof.1 ai id mo-
rI ii\I V li. h~reieas, if 'A city or Ilhge piir-
su- life opi,)osite L IOiis colll'se'-U-Ineglectis
Its mIchlaics iiiild 1tuports 44 Sl Illl! o" soe "
hf.reig ll towl t-lio-e %f lil a, c lwi ll lie coiil-
p. iled by tlhe 10irc- of ,c-ircimlilliilesia to re-
Illalln and11l leloillie idhle aild proliigalt--hlley
w ivi 'ease ito produce indii Ile colmei-s- I
in ia t-Wi-\eii. i the-y will beco.ite leg iiar'
andil theiir chlii~ldreii I~ilnriilii j ilt viciousi~.
lI" tllie', is iny liUlib in tilt. ass,-itioii Ihiat
glil t asant liio lt ,,ogive.tlbe rlefremi J.+-
li. 17?iT r. .,. .,ttil.iiKyiir s,; ii*K_- |''f-ic .'!1
tquatly-iUle witil rer-giri tOi c W it0 tnlly4y "-.
I I( t li aI e .st- iu sf ir c06 TTl -tw ,'*-0-t1 v I -
If i meicliaiit vuuild iiave arotid hil 1
sidi lni+iai stilliter.1 le t iim ily ._Cvu.y
i~eiliS ili bis pow i, |>lt I, 'ort ilili i t .Il ivr iitile
llieC iillici O lhis village alil ;;s Ihley be-
comiie imiore \vealtliy Iheir ('lstoljl %%ill ill-
creasiei,? especially, in those articles, o lI
whiicbi l(e wakes tile gi'eaia st profit ; (' it I"
is tiiidleiliable, llith atas m ilivieomi more,
wea lty, thley also ecollmleIi iliore lti..urious,
a dil no nieicliliiit will deiy tilia" rtihls
of" iUxlury v \'a",lys aflbrd file greatesti lit jii'-
its. The haiti of iipillrig large quaniti-
ties of ch-apmi and h lf made articles to
comlipeie wii ouir village mechanics, is
slmil-sibileft aild wrolig, both as i 'fg;,iils
ti'e if cliii( i n i iic4 rol aid consul ritr; and ii the
lierciant wouhl lollok further r into thbe op-
era'tiol of* things, lie wouhid iilld at lie
crossed tlhe ipll of lis own ieierest by
doing so. Leti thile merchant bringg the
(allse to b is ()vvi ld olr, a il fite, |pvrhaps,
mliaiy s tu -rr stirnd it h spillpose that
every inidividliial wboil |pos..tfss,, tile iie;i~is
and lio n.-efullen li 1is- famlily foi~ir (ill five|
liuldi'ed doililars tOri'li ofl g liimii shioulh insteadtt of l u iing of liml ait
I"etail goi io ,soiii wviolesale es-lablli.-+liiiint
andi puttrchas~e ihisyear's supplly--wortlil he
iio t it: l utle l'il'n es i'o n d!e lill S ll i ail illilbera l
cotiiurse, ;mdi would lIe liol sa~y to liinl wviilt+
liillhi llial he wavl+,s wariniig aginstlilhis ownvi
hiei'erel, tly dieslitoyiig ilie liiusiiness of ibis
low ii andil givhl.,g ii to ali< he, *n livri ai i l i iis
liitl-less w ,,ilhl l'eac' ilijion hiim ii dlolil~ie
Ibidl Iy lte decrr~is'ii o | !l ,i~s'ov1+;i prloplt'rly
:il idl~iiisin-,s^?. o,S i iin llie c'ase abovel, hi-
sia llce.d, ion !i l llie lii vr lllia ic saiy ilie. sanel i
to itie niiercblint. Wie' ?ay, Itiveilet nal
c'lasses siiipporl eaich ollielr, aind by llie liui-
tuall e~xchaniiies, keep thati weahli .itl homen,
w\lh 'ic if in lees iiiily e-xpa~~lvlnded ub oad,
i(-ndsl Io destlroy ltie lb Js~iiiess of" yourii

liighbo, l, a d l hil ill [161 di estroys )oiii.
olw i.--[M iline Cj ilVid ia oi'.

MODERN TURN-OUT.--t Gwaciots: he-av-
eiis!"' said iis ordshipi, "I iloiighil eewi-
body 11i4l seen lily new irill (eirl ; its tlie
nleatesl, pwei tiest, gwaveflilest thiiii tliat
(:'V#-T %wol po1i weels--paiid wed,
w%,i111 iit a weilii tpie-lbald. W iiih a wt'l
I1ox 61. ti e letllers, ill lillle selt il fwolt
w% h i li aIl wo "anil lo4 .ti#e ilwivrii. I
dwolvejovei Bwistol llie oili"er morninilg
ill a iwirllsolr oai l nit witli two servanll wid-
ill' m ure of a mlile behlind ; nnld cwiu-
ciiy ite ir i lie lpe (llph' didi!'nil wi ilsli olt Il
their cotlg sI aId i es l iy iw g ,es.,, Ilo
know if j wasiitilhepsi glowiuus! {1j,-
,w i o u s0! -.

[. STEHEN' ikARD-Tlli'1emarkalde
SPe*rsoiie]il elif wiihouti a fir,1hig,, nid
leit bellhind ia property twosvhme 12iuiil ii(uie
narmoiuitedl to sv'"i oiieigh illis of'to,-
Ihnrs, and tf is acqlilred,!( hi- i l lilier'lPirt I f,-
liis life. .H told me nnis-I Iffil. ai Iif e af e :le
ofo ,8'''hiis ci'irctro.4illii mer' so narrow
lhat fie wns Amiploed as .ihe commander+;
ol % is owtlMl, enag..ed ill tile coastilig
tradf. INetweenl New6,' 1 Philadelphia
aid New, Ordewmn, nhldig .tial on a cerjain
ccinsisn.' he i lorlyive dias' ill work-
i.ilg his' w l fronil Te Balize lf llie ,illy.
IFvw perisonii I bl.elieia fruip les, per-
sOMial polptularity ,iii tile i'ommiuity in
which lie lived, ltd whiWel lie ibetqeath-
ed his principle ormiiii." ATifbis proieedl.-
.edl t'011ro 'derfecs of'6.t rsoit! !-i+.l 1aal.ter, itris
Ivtofpie which we have i it)i 'a'sio llltodis-'-
cliss .tei. W'e ar ai. tdorizied i only io "
speak oftlie effect upmn lie liullic welftar-e
of4the acn ium uii latihvCi ti' c .li a fortunie in -
Cnle MaWs h1iiitll. While I] tilui fall" fi'omM
isayilng thdi'it Iligil ot Io have beeaii'a1ted
(IyV being maiulli, Ihe llistrilmeiirt'if' corript..i
,116d dailgeotiis iliflneiice in ltie conintii-m
tvl haivpe.iver hlardl tbaltit waiso aibus-i
eb by A1r. Giard: anrhiiIii n -genera. 1-.:l rinci-
.ples, it-may perhaps lie safely kaid 4h1at~lhe
,lass-of, iep qualifiedltoamnrs.. large br-'
tunes by4|)erseveranieeand exclusive, devo-
tion to bnsinfess by frtugality andirihfi, are
not fit tll' likely to apply tlmir weialth to
aniibitiois o'reorrupt desigs.i
As to Ihe. effect, in ajl oilther iiisof
vi.w, I conreis I see. nothiing bi)1it publicc
bpn-fit insuch ha capital mauinged with'iin-
l'elaxing econoity--me half jlidiciously
enilployed by tihe proprietor iuiseTi-tlte
oilier liialflalvd to the business coininu--
nity--Vhait better use cold have been
made of it? Will it he- said;,.divide it
eqvuallv a lmo ihe-+ C 1` 11mn 1niin ty-give ,PUeai
inlivi'duial in lhe IJt,tl l-ails ia lare?
1trwoulIr have nmioinitled to half a dollar
torr each mallni. wollali amtid "+1hili--audl of
ri' iright as well have heen silk ii thie
liiddle of tlhe sea. istilli. a distribution
woidd hiavelieen aoililllier-itiulie ,lforalijnlIhi-
hlaion. HOw illilty sliilsloouhld havt fi4-
ed lIhvir snils, lIow nnilly wa'I __ SeOS
Wotld hi'e closed their stliuters,) t a-
liy wheels heavily ladeli.jiiiJi he"Ilt ts,
Ofindutry, Wo011"ld lave slood .stnI4 pB
Illnu y .tnltii-'s .Woild Iaie .ebeel) rediflet .,
ia vat ,at Id %V'l,,, ,ioe advaitig'e ryh-
,. ,.i .. i .f n .,.,,,.i.. "r '
' ,- .r i, i' ,, l'e t ifdlih1 r.-0tood ,- rPg iard
Pqlillty O| of conlldriot-1 aliii fortune lIas the
liappiesi stale ofsociety, and Illose inisitmil-
lions as immieasuirably llie wise-st aniud beIt
wlhic.ih tenid to primiote it. All laws whichh
hove fior their object to perpetuate large
epmtatele, and1 1d. flSinsin llit them from gel-era-
tion to generation, are "% twarwith the roil-
stittion of mian. Providence ias writteii
a statlite of disiributioli n (lieface of nia-
tlure ailid the {eart of mien;i and whenever
ilpronvisirns are contraveined by polificaM
vnactmenits, it righteotrs conjiliratiion
io subvert theiii springs illp in tlhevery ele-
iienits of oir bieiig.
My proposition is only, that in country
like tllis wlier'e lie laws 1ehfoirid -hereditary
tr:ilsniissionli andu eticounige t'qailitiy of*
fot'l-Iinle9 acelcuIllitIIll iolls Imlpade by itidustry,
enterpi'i.-!e ,n i'pi'deiineli, emiiployed in ac-
live inivesimlitnlits, wifilthoiit ministeiPriiig to
exiravagicie fail luxury, are mit-'fiiial it,
the public. Their p it P^ betom,,
vw heihier {be witlsit or liot, lhtf lite\,warn o
olhffrs; not mnerely ,,s ill Mr. Gilrtirl!s
case, |l! cauise bie Hi.'iy destine a t'oloss~i!
Iorlllle .+|ifi r" hIs d ceasee fur publli!c hje ets
but becmuse, whitue lie live~s, every dlolhar . t"
it imulst be ,mploll~yed! il giving lie to indiiBu-
try Jil, emplo~hymnent~lo Jaibor.
Nal-l! 1Mr. }'dlved in a "fastiionalilc
pairL of Ilie city in ai mallgiificevnt hos
hadl he surl'oundlled lbinselt with ai trl p'l
oIt livcrl~in ldo um estics; l;h il h e p~a.-h~eps ly wvilh his splieldid eqlluiip ge?', *
andit sprt'ad-al sninpimii o li lta le :forIn+] -s " leti.i"
five nir{ii~led irivii~ds," lie. would{ no douiblt
hatve bleeli ai iiore .popuilair manll. Buit ii."
iiy apprw -{e iiens io bie .i|!ppMriis Io fhr 'eatier
ali, i nli;g e, ;is a ,.iiiz tI a dif ai p tioil 'lt, in ti ts
niodestl dwel{lig, anid plaiii gari', airoprl~lii-
atiiig to lis iieisonial w atlv ls iliesmi ailleslt'lit-
itilie fi',mi biis D ~ii'i ely illcom e ,; living Io

thie hlast in lli:,e, daiik naind i rrow street in
w\ hi.iv lle ietlem'd is fol'line, alid ,vw lifi t .e
died4, beiqieating it for iie eduieitioi of
orphan cbiddrei!. 5For idie ptibliv, I do
i 4, % ii I lie tha ie ouild havedoleh better;
of all|p ineii in thle world ie probably de-
rived ilili i el.t ejoymeint o1i his proper-
ty liimsell'.-?Everelit's Addres.

"Got clear 0t himi, say ythie oysterashell
to llile glultoM.
4'I*AVe.two tire Ole," nas he snake Paid
toi 'ie graisai-o|jer veii hn,-wallowed hil..
1 vinit, ieair Ilimi as the ail saiidiven
ilie -orse ste|l-|i)-l o her.
i f'oo good to last i hslI, no," n the fly
said to Ihe autiveivalideph|>l itu toeat thw,
molave8 drop.

vessel is tvIII f 5. If, "all. Ja,'k c+in easil'v
fo-give lilny 1A,1 quites. il liis shipand
-e il p r up w-it veil iste 1i) al I %I%'r11-
-ble a'rave, ifthle vessel, ilr "i hlivil his for-
tinie1s aii'e *eimbarked, siils thst. it hIis vieW
a clear I 111r1, lik. 01,11ritv, covers a 1i1lilh61t1;4
-fo silis- while a dull saililig vess.-l, il-.
th.migh extremely comiifortablle iii other res-
pvets',.i-hIis iter averi'sion.
Oil the anfl'i'tiTrol in quios! n, ilie star-
bo.ird lt'h o" t te i T e Atalaiita vvere smi.irly
c,,iled aw.v tiidir the weather hldwarks,
irliid-s. ipt I iv emiplovd in kiottilig
o"pfI, yarn--whiles Mr. itplikhit. tlie sev-
+olid otfice+'_i'.w Iv,, wailkinl oil tih.e qiiil'lp|r
.deck a in 11itti-g ilt' wet'ilher,- vlihcli
'Aooked ,!i-at!r groesy to %%- w'iildwrd. TIhe
<'ipi1aii. wa's quietly twkigm rl olislervation

Tile watch werel'erui liligi altiit tile slow
,rogi'al -,,. iti-\v n+':de., and~ Cft'!enit,,ll ffli~it if"
flip windl flhit fiir, in d0iflil Sixltv dlyshlon-
IfelU we l- lii t sirrive ill the F iiglish cliai-
i iM--%e, lihad nlrtadly be'.- olitilliirty five
< -daiy,.--Tiie.wh'ltj erew .exceedliiglvy ynpta-
.-Iielt and gruililed away il,, fliep oiii,.-t Ill-
I1jmvell oi, l ier, oxelitii'o e Ii ile'qul-er
liirur f, 'll ry M1rlinspike. He wa aliolit four fetbt
el'-vi i iiir lieight-thickset spry ii a
"eit uif.His eyeslooked! il lit:a 'lf.dozeii
+ +hi, r(11011J0 was twisted as if 1ii0 d lM eell
th.e victim of a paralytic shock, hi8 .,acee

To the Editor of the East Fioridtt .drocatc:.
Sr. AUGusriN.E, Outtber 5 h, 1859.
Dear Sir;-
Be assuired it afi'mls tltw great p-efIti'<
t(o litr -itnd to knillr ii pyou ;are Iii only
ail% a idi(cte ; for good mon dsiid lilt, cari-
ihl education of lhic ylni ant ri.-iWg gnll-
t-lution: h1t t nli y tmi liIve ill :Illn eX!. ittla-
l'y llu lllit'l', comie tsl'vatnii as mill 1ii-li-iry
10 11,1 Pious IM1 lir in Il .rl vlho ii;..
bmg kvpt alive tli saiilba l 'i ycv ,f ii -JI xk
II'Ii\Ilc. I all) or'lil fll also tto S .e t ulla
%ou hiavc pubi shi. i.l.dl Ill your l" ilt A Iltoc.ii',
.i h1l;-!y iti l r*ilpt-lA' itvia /K- it' 1 o( il& O l|.nr s
**lnl Mllie ofI !s~ni,'tv iud i-eltit iloi 1 iiimn'"
Cr vk mild -iis 'vi titiy. 1 s:I I h' i ly ;111(1
s pt-l-ricivi silI ;Is a i'r:rvvlif'r ri.aN, gi-l1-
, raiiiy l -exp.:c htfi t ler buci"Is 4) l i t-f cul ilin l !i(Ii xilli lhe ildmin s i>llbolhl C"|t. Bl!Alhlititmi
itile itldis \snlMiihle
stKI lay ?cl(ol, II lg I'e l' h, tiaI nf'nm iy,
Ill, first tlltt v 'r %%iis up l ii Bi l;Kvk C ',i'k,
:tlld -olitilnllirl it. .:s l uI .Ias CilviUllstilict''-
WOuld h ;ulilli,nlid t \I fv 'v Il.)t|ills wr<, sit
allixions VwV-Ca)t. JndiiCpiiitoi to lmv,
Iiw ; tllii s(clio,,,l I', viv -d, illi t liv [)I -
|oSed to t';vv t o1f( liis livig.ll l' < if ;to V<
it iigni i mit 'diately ol|eled. A lillxetiln
\\ns c tlhld..1 ('oi ii Hl|> untinli lfi'med n 11,1d officrs pl)1lilt,!d;
Ca'"lt. B. W.1SIunai'miloisly {chosill Sillier-
ilnlel ,'l l t'i.t l lil1l schlgool was oprm'ed
%i iih 25 sichoiars. Tilt- mineting ^its adl-
dressod, *tid a pniray'r iffl'e(d by Dr. Ml].
Whir. Capl. IB. lsa gi,,rously ipesvii-
fed the Ptnuliiv withla tot ,f l-.14, sliffi-
v'ient for a saltbatl8-sl ol-|I-i(Ise ani r
w1eek-day ,-wimol l ise, ;til lias, librally
eoitril~nited to build a tepmlorary hIolse,
ill which, loth scholarsi are at preselll
laulght. Ealt sch(l.ool rliliitaig I Ulpwrds
o)1"40 scholars. Ho ilso pleied a siub.
s,.ri(tif-,, to which, ontrihtions \vere' so
lilbrally mad,., that lhe eahbltbh selool is
abundantly snlpplied witli looks,miand mon-
ey t,fi in the haids$ of tli tretinirer.
The Sab. Schuol was opened Aug. 25th |

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.[From the N. 1. Commercial Advertiser.] seas. The upltnirahy.jiliction upon lhle :i
THE ARMISTA1). ocean extellds to )Io-w water Alamk. B,-
'The noxiralrsly'e-xlected decision of the tweeii high aid low water mtark there is i
1'Cireuit Court, uiponi the questions raisedl:by ahernate'juri.ditioi betweli the admiial-
the habeas corptil, fws tpI)ronoll cilid,(I .yesti-r- l y U111d coilllllot jaw Ito)-. (]Il decidlig t
d~y mlorlt, hIl *je~prsclive of is lmaliv the thliat life Seizure Was mlilde, ill tile i
pl'niSl i.1% *Coilh '.',blyV finld pla"e jid-glilent 4f the Court-pol tile lligh Se, s--'
il tWe voilrm ro'Inl-W-lintiult Vilihd 11e 'it, if either pali'ty: is dissawisfied, dlie Courtlc
6one wouldd tirm ai opiioi-n'id f'ourse it cal iistitt iliqiiry to ait..'rtaili (ine t'xacivo
W~i. listenedtl wilti deep amil prifiindlly plahua, utit ihte llirt* reaielurr coi!rse is fIor
silent attenitiomn. Wew reimbile ,d to ihlace thle party disianisfird to iiterpoe.e a pltea to
it beforii'ir olrelr'drs ait llmosh t --in the very illejiirisd-iciion of the Court, aird then tihe
wori.- oftile leart'ned Jldg woize who lVe'it. D),st'ict Cotlrt I1ilist iiiiSiiIte ilt iniquiry to*
DECISION'OF JUDGE THOMPSON. a--cer'liin %%,here flhe seizire'iv way timaue. liis
Oil Ihe opening of the Circllit n-ourt, not Colll[peto.tit theIi fir this "Cotirt, at the
Moindy September 23d, Juidge Tlihompson present limet, lot vy the Distri,'t Coirt h..i
gave Ili'l ,derision W',illi i'swct to the appli- 11) jur/sidictioll ill tlle ci'st. Co s.fliielitly
Cint'ni of the prisin-rl colsel, to havet lhe this Coint can liot liow%, pass pilln tile qiis-.
Afrieais dieharli.ged finder tile writ of ha- tolio asi"to 11w property--that Illnter lbe-
ieat; orpuis-al denied tile moion, lie hungs to ilte Disliict Couri. Should ei-
siillt 1 ti0 qiie.,tioin lofore ili- eouirt was other party lie dissaiit-iind viih ie ldecis-
I.Mt tORthe, jlriSdictliol of tlle District C0ollrt ioll ih'llint C0o111%l, a pp apeal call be tnkeii to
over this sublijtct itattt r. He reirettlvd dh ie Ir(lit Court, aid attTwirdil to ?Iie sli-
.that tile ease hiad mat been held till for fhr- prem, Coirt tit tile Uniilerd Slates. M'iali-
'TilerROlidhralioi ald4 lhat lie had so little time thv pailics 11ili I. e pul to their pleas
opplounlily to exaii line! ihe various iinpor- ill tilte District Corti-ini order ilmt all tile.
tant qSr-iois thlat &re involved 'ill it, with filets, &C. imamy he pli i)olli r icord.
that thorl'oughllas$ and deliberation thialwe're Itlhasbe,(vi, said this is;a quest'ionll 4f iibe'ty,
desir'id4le. j'ie regretted this tlhe more ais and therefore that tirs Cotlirt (.,light to de-
,,tile carse-,isa vry ieiilial mid empnli- .io the-e, ill a simimary ailM -promptn i
Coated olie. "ltwasiole al'O difficulty to niamiiir..-Buit, ill the jiligiieit of tlie
*ie milerstood by the public. F1141 COl .(Cioirt,this umhlitto have ifo )Iiflulince in the
-not 6e ilisensil)|" to. tle., faiet that the fidl- decision. ThesitUatiiion of the prisoners
f'ingsof the teonriiluifility wul-e ert in the qriestion, and he'-feared there somebody. They did not come here vol-
nmi" lt be misapprehension of tti;re'al qlies- uitarifly. It is not the case, tlieretore, of to be disposed of by the Court. It i-A persois eomiing here Ofltheir own accord,
possible he said, that there 'may be some andiLeing taken up i" other persons against
insrepresentatlioii. He wonld the'refore their will. Ithe Dis'riet Colit has jirris-
have j)i'efered that time should have, been dic'tibn of the schooner, they'liavi-jurisdic-
allowed for hiui to give a whiitien Opinioni. timi of the |)irsoms of these Afi'icans and
But tlie counsel iave thought it advisable, they are botind to provide necessairies for
%ind he did no sa'y, it was not exciisable, to them. Tlwy can provide for them ns well
call upon the Couiirt to dispose of ilie case ,,sany other persons. The case -'sev-irs to
Dow, mid he was compelled, though rmuch have been argiied on the llart of tihe prison-
agaiinst his wishes, to Alislirosu of it in the ers as it they ought to be discha-ged if the
"bezt way lie.colhd.. Court has no juris, Iiction. Triisiswt notso.-
Thw question to be "decidedV-now is n6t If it should lie decided that the District
.-ast tolthe ltiiae -ights-of either party,- Court here ,'as .o jlurisdicition thely cn
iut it is whether the District Colrt Can decide also that the eallseb'e stiubmlittedll it
"lnke cogiiizancie of lhe.siihjtiecti niiter that ilie District Court oit" "New Yoi,. The
grow.s olil of this vase.' It order to iiscer- Cmirt woild, in lthat cast-, setild vessel andli
taili this, we mlilist reci' r to the laws oftlie ciaro, mill ever%, tlingiappertaiiiing, to iiat
Uniited Stales. The case hias ,)eeit placed Colil The prisoners %mlild rit ilie dis-
before tlie Court oel the abstract right of liarged brit stint also to the Distrirt Coliri
holding human heings in onidalge1, or of, of New Yolrk. No blief ti v wold arise fto
the genrla'iil qieastion of slavery. Ti'll, Ilihm ii being removed i roim this to nliiotli-
"Coiirt isinot calltdl 1ipo(m here it determine er district. It is teliveir'l*e ia flintie'r of 11o)
t hiis alstlrac't qulestioi. "it is siffnitient too voniseqiqetwe-to ilieptri.-oners ,i htvilit-r tile
may tlhat tlie oirslit~tili, (i f lih, Uniledi (pi'stioii istried here or in tile district of
Sites, although tiol term slavery is l101 New York.
..used, and tliehlaw of tle, Ulited States, do It lIs been said that tf-e subsequent
.,reea1cognize the right of title minr to have proceediiigs in filing liese libels and i ctillii,
.,coilrlol (iof the labor of another man. TIll here, WVlee wilholit aliiliority. Bhit if IiI,
laws of tlie oiintry are fionded uipoil tlli:- ciase is within tlhejmrisdi'iioiil of ihc Disiri,.
principal,. They recogize this kind of OC4ourt, otlier lihlls Co0ld1 he- filed. It is
right. VtiaV eI rI L.e.p motives the Cuiml iritithliat ift'ih, original IbilIs hnve I t-eo t-
irth iinut!-- i kTf ev 7 )Siay fie llieir Itel- `,-W'kTi .-T ltiriiig ih.ei ilt-,r wilhii llie jin-
inigs.1 Oil thiS 6ii1ijet. theiy are llot to 1.. risdicthiio of tlin" Ainr i, 01i1 Tn-orm-1n11ifi pr
lMroIgiit ilitO vieW in devidilig iupoln this maV lie irreguhlr. ttlhf-ro, i iny irregihlr-
questiin. They intlst give tlie sniie coil iy, it can he Corrected by filing !a 11ew lillI
.licnioii iotlie laws ofthi |;indislliiti ill ti., -ihel Case i 'iiiu tlie possssior of thie
stlite 'as they would Werel they stmlIII it, Vii'- Di.triet Colrt linwvever, it is luid to re-
9iiiiai. 'it istile proviltcefaid tlhe dliiy'ofthe ceive claims ()of['iy Iody. Thirh Coirt (-alf-
lCotirt to determine wlhat lie lamvs nore,t id ll decih wlieili<- "llicse S|aiiiii'irds hiinve
luot wliii it might be desiralble they slictilil a Iili 9 to ilieir I'rrt,,.n or \l|i-il,, r they
be. My feelings, said Jldfie, Thompsonl, "lould hIe pui ill flhe plss.-Fsiln of tile Pri's-
are persoially as abhliorrent o the system itlitoi the UiiedSitt;s. Thieseqiiesliols
of slavery as those of any iin here blit a riie not now regularly before tlie Coutlrl.-
nmlit on my oath. iirolitiniiic wvalit the haws rhey miist come tip hi'retfier and the
are onl tliitlls suj-ct. Tile trule qilestioni (Collt miilst dispose of'itihem. The colris
thiel is 1as to the !aw~adtnot i as i to anly oift lie of'tile Uniited Sltates haive ltlk,,l co)giizauce.
qutlstioiis irivolved in tlhe case. The siplle ,"teases anilnhgoliS to lllif*. Tile quvsioii
Sqtiestioni to dl, ei'riiirii is nls o the right of" olf juisdictlionii is a preliiini~niry qusii orli
ltie D~istri'it C3oullt oft C3oin''cticut tol lake 'ind ilio Coulrt should liot d,,cidle qli, stiioni,
't-ognkiriic.e. ot'lhe malltter. Under llie hlaw ,falbstrae ri~hl. "rhi Coirtscf'ihe Uniiit-d
oftlie..Uitied lStatws all seiziiies iiia Dis- liate have ltakeni cogniznnlce oft caIss
trici are to hie takent iotwee of iin thai dist~ric't here tol'eigners cltiinitd tlie prrsonsli, ofl
.whli're les-.iztli-e is mtade .]'The imiplor slavs. Blit this i the fh'st iirsTlice wtiere=
..tlint questionsi is4 ;id ways al o tlle pIace o "si.ziure, andli ili quiestioti always iiriis tip- fltq'r ".l lias-nP\'er liven imade a qii roiii
oni it. !t ai seizliie is iiadtle w. iliiin tlie lint- wether ithey wore in.stiinly fi',e onl tbrii,..
its ot'a satae,, tiie jurisdliction oft'lie Di.sirici I'roii{;lit into ilie Uniited S aties. "The ca.e
Courii- is iocal, lfi it iis mad. onl tile liiy'li o~fthe Aiitehlopeis directly iin pointi. Tthe
.Seals aniy Distriict Cou!rt l.iiiy ilike (0gni- ,l'tlish andl POrtuigiise-conisuil, c.liiiited
llsaice oiflhe, i;ittleri. VVlier.lhti llie seizlire imhde iin ibis casei~? \ It seemsli t, il mv s SIi )W sltlw hir iitlh-.
bie iigl'efd~l hy Iihe, counsel oln hbothi ides tlial T]hei'e' maly he ail impesiiiv~ Oi lieri, l.ii
ilie seizur' e was acitlally lmade' ii tile lis- blecalise slaivery isinot Iolei-aif- ill Coiiiilci-
tricti o'N,.w Yorik. If tliat li tihe eis, tiilil, llie i'i~li oftlivse Spliairds'l. shofuld

this Dis'rivl Collirt llias Io jlrisdlict(ioii o ti l l no lie investigated. Tihe i.irr, hiwev r
wlihltev,-i'. Bhit if'tlie seizuiii, was ill f -I nim blegovelnted by thielt-a <-f(llie Uliited
. 1in k i fe l k 11h seas ihi District Court States, and not Ily the laws of tilil state ot
'aiajuri.sicietion,.Jldge Tsiid fe had sn"ppos- inecticit. OJr fri of' Goverio'liil
e lit. first, tlint tlie Seizure w,.s ill I'll. i'e'n,_,ilized tile right to i import slaves tip Io
miide ill [lie district of New York, buit lhe yvir 1808. It is triie thlj vtisi"'itnti'
when fie 'ame uo examine tlie matter lie flops ilot list- thnai-laigliiage, bill it revloiii-
1,1011111 it not so. Lieui. Godniy, inl his lilel, zes lit i Itrig t (i1) till a t i i', pa i riod arlid
.-slate's nof) Stich thiig. He s. 1vs -3 lie was oli a 'elaiesiilat lilllthell it w.m si hlwfll ii|l)or-
suirve~y willihintlie state tf" New Yolk, hl tati(m.-The volisi'nlfitm nlso tirovitivs for
iie, ries i~iiy tliiat he natally discovered eilt- recovery of|'lpersois that may vs'ap.,
4he os( 11 4th l yo i ~ li .th at < whe- ne la ll fi d is r hv rvi, fr o nin -i f ti e i ntlo m miii l ltr lif-i lIw e set-v iv,,
lit e schooner A mii ad, w ith in that wist eii 'h19 n is tille. It goes eve ni ey iio tl his a dl l hi -
anld htititfe made thetseizure wifhim tiledis- i l^i osee eodti n n
triceof New York. All lJie evidence be- terilits tilt sites fr'omil inssiing Iws tliso
fol'e thi co u rt is w h at i s B lit fo rth ili the li. -e!l0 ^ staimi ni i f 'o i t akties fi giil iv staer-
U-11. Tie vessel it seems was iakenl (off Smis lln the frft " lontauk Poilit. Tlit- grand jurviti their P s'ii'h laws thli y, woflldh be, na.bsollitely
Statlemielit, say, it was4 it iile distanl 'fol voill. lVt ilst look at filiii s airi y are.
the shole. If this was correci t it was : The mourt feI.l mtoini. iher. (ore t) msy tliat
seizulre upoii -tlie hihli sea$ -and iheri-firp. there i.'ino g-roifild irpnll Iwich they (-ani
the mialter is rightfully before the court i^rlialnie mention tnder the writ of ha-
for this district, hienl- eirplus.
In the allseiice-of absolute certainty on Tlhey ftar-thpit solme, iisaplpreliension
tlielpoint theCaiirt rai endeavor to asce'- exists hi tho-jilllllie niiil ns tI- flle etreci
Waiil frfoli the liteSt evidelne in their reaeh ail grkimil! ili whitli tile ca-se liams bvii
d isiposed of lIy tile. railold jI-tI'. undehr tlt-
by examining Maims and charts, the loIcality tifi il the l'" The u"si ^
of the place; and aftel mAnkill i i r a ll erln of tile Cor-it. Tie question
~ ~~ ~ l l all"- :now dispa osed of' has notl lbveli v~i-eled! by\
examination, they are of opinion lhat hie. a
actual pla.e ofseizure does not appraWr wa .,t I '1e^iously to(,k lilve,- Tile only
be within the jurisdiction of the Distriet malter settled previously mas that there
Courtaof fiw York, but upon the high had ben -no CrTimhial vffueuo cotgn"izable

by ile courts of tile Uinited -Slates. If
tlhe oflince ofmiurjder has been commitled i<
of) board a foreign vessel, with a fioeign \
crew mid wiili foreignn papers, ilbisis uit
til oiff'.i'ce ig llhsi lift- Uilited Slates.I ll
is 111 ofle e n ag iinst- ie hlt ,.of lie coini-
try to whi'li ch iI v!,ssi it-hliged. The
co'rtrls 4,ilie Ulliled Stales live. il suc
caSt's, nlojurlstliht-iol-- ut I ille off, lice lie
1igaiinS the leuWo 1 iMiiili Si t is cu01r1
w o n!,iiiH i v jiirisdjc ti o nli AI ni uirde r c ol~i -
Milled a, i ilite of tilt-, vaptaill of ti lh
Ariiti$ sit i ioi i'o crime against i le Invvs
of tii(iiiy, colitiecled ias it is 1it01 tOe
Slave trade.,
Thie leiCoi said tlinlt, as Ihey perve'v<'d
there were nIote takik i'.s _pr les ilt lly holed
they wouhi ldbe 'refil to makee a true
rItep 'seiiatiioftilioi: decisii. liTe Cotirt
diles iot iindcrlake to iny.iliai lits'e Afri-
atlls have no right to their freedoll l tlit
itave thah t matter i.lfigalioti iii i the Dis-
Ilict Co(n, siit iiji(;l to 0 appl al. And t or
reaumois a-ssigi-ne4di deliy this iiotiol.
;- ii1--iifljie i4nli il for tlr e prisoners
tlhii O.ked Ilie C liit ifilley iealil tto eX-
press tlhe opinion thatiati a;reigpier comiiig
hre ilh ait slave van call .iUpon the Uni-
ted lSlates Couirts to etilorceethe ('llielir of
tti foreigner lto tile slave. Jidge Thomp-
stil, ill reply, said lie did not wish to de-
cide now ipupli the abstract quesdiio. As
a Judgehe did o111 feel called 1411tl to Ile-
cidle it. The ,court was then adjoulrind
sinre die.
The District Court was opened. The
Judge said he shotild direct that the U. S.
aitorneiy should relpai" to Montauk Point,
.in the.-revei4e cutter, with a genltlean
oil tlie other side, to investigate tile facts, I
ascerlain-where Ihe seizure was acltulally
made, &v; itht the Court would le ad-
joulrned to meet in.llHariford on --tie third
Tuiesitay hi November next, and that mean
timic it wouhtld e tile d ty of tlie marsh-
al to see tlina the prisoiins were comflort-
ably situated, and provided wili clhthos
suited 10 Ilie season tlIllat they hbad siffi-
cieint toiod, medical attendance, &v. Tile
Co(ulrt Wolidl, it is presiiled, ll, w lthe
pilrisoller Is if )lie -dis(:iiniaged (m giving ltiil,
imit iii iti isl ile o)li appraisement their
ColIiulsel womld not olinsenit to it. Thill
p)riso IIeirs' -.ill p)irohbab ey [ re Ieiiali Ied Ito i!e
jail-in New Haven.

door, we a.cended tile steps of* tile lext
bouse. Tile rici min raised his window,
Wid called out coarsely, YOU i need not go
Ihlilre. Tily aieare.poor poetjople aid hluave lost
i, i'i; hari 1 lia-v." Our iiisiruetiomis,
-omwe~ver wele to c1ll at 'every iouise.-
WVe '111g,; 1i 4ild the gelint ltleIaill himsell all-
sNered 44khi- ll. -O lilim kiiiiltg kilown oIitr
elrranil, willi ai ci,.eilhl s-1iiih', the gcnitle-
Illinl riptfitd 'thlti it 'oul l- a in'rd him iplels-
tire lo give -illn -Ieli aill emeir1ige'lnc'. H1.e
1t.)ok oli tiis gav>ekt i.v i t l a bank
iite of t iuii i i tii a io t. T halikil1g ]iIill
and turning i eitt- 1ar, lie saidi, S pai mllo-
inimii ; 1 i iik m:y sister woldiilieko to give-
soni.lhiig." Sai ilg wliicli tie stepped in-
to) llie ip rl,,i', \Mld I reiui'lr ed il la. mo.iie t
%,ini a jpIe.isan sitiile, and n five dollar
bil!. Thlls iincidenlt was a reT u'rd lru" a
Willie day oflfaligue.

'It Ieiris ilo')etr -to sialt o pu11 rcliam- vers of
Moris .is lliiticaulis trees, thnat there exists
ail, uiire dirl.reviice, in tlte characi erl u( lie oftied fnr sale, in heir relative ve:tkie.
,Some t persons have prariised Ibicing lthemi
hi hlol hollsee, and the. re. pla-tllIivilg 4hen ill
thee open ground ; aid every Gice kno\vm
that. st-h iret's become soi ttledetr as to be
totally lifit lor any noiti4-ernf ciimite. Ala-
,y persons have also adopitle the (I-oui'se ot.
layering th- side schools a second iiiue ialid
by placilig these horizoirtally belieath, thley
Vj;tll.4ic nlllimlerous *-small shoots to spring
up firmi each lihl), awl the-se they count'
las So iiiaiiy distinct Imees in their skills, by
which meais they obtain from the pur-
chaser a six o(r eight hld !price {obr what
Should coenstititre iin reality but olie perf'eci
tree,, while oil thie olher hand these yuniig
shoots (termed trees) are (o greeii and im-
aliulilre thait they are totally valueless.-
'these ietthods iof propagation were adopt-
ed ili a large plantation recently offered tor
sale near illis city, without success, and sev-
eral ill New J:,rstey. It is from s(ich 'iii-
ses, triat while good trees, raised fi-oi!
ootts &!c. iil tile open giroi' d, ure purchas-
ell %%wih avidity liese inii'erior onis ltll"
v a l ue l es , a re tou illv r ,je t-d .
[N. Y. iStar, Oct. :.

Monday next, is the day designmte'd by
.law for hlding elections f-r Members of
the Legislative Council throughout East
Florida. With the candidates, who are be-
fore the people, we have but a partial ac-
quaintance, therefore cannot speak with pro-
priety of their relative claims upon the sup-
port of their fellow-citizens. Wilh their
politics, or those questions which are usual-
ly made a test we have less acquaintance,
therefore can say nothing definite, as to
their relative political views But, there is
a question, upon which we feel constrained
to speak, with 'he importance of which, we,
in common with every American citizen,
claim a'partial acquaintance. It is the priv-
ilege, the right, which on this, as on all
similar occasions is to be exercised by the
People of East Florida
It is wellkn!)wn t-all having any acquain-
tance with the political history of our coun-
-try, or indeed, any one. that has witnessed
the course pursued by designincf politicians
at ,rdinary elections, and that too in al-
most everyv section of the land,-that the
right of suffrage almost 'he ouly privilege to
which legitimately all ollier influences
should bend, even this sacred privilege is
often prostrated to the debasincr parp >ses of
corrupti,,n, and political in-wnag.'mnnt. The
ignorance and pliability of the multitude iq
taken advantage of, and the unprincipled,
intriguing part-i2;an den ag.igue ldes into
power, on the mere sembla-nce of popularity;
and thus is placed in aulliority, bV the very
mlean s which should have been exerted to"
keep him out. With thie means utsed by the
interestedpartizan to conduct and m.itturi
his schueBes of coruption, outr readers ,ire a3
well acqt:,-intld asourself. Wo shall thera-
Fore plas from his part (if the subject, to
thatmnore iineiediafilv to ovr purpose, tho
nianner in which this ri-ht should be ex r"

.[ror the fis rJori](at Acivcuate.j
Tih-troop.; unjler Governor'Call, have SCHOONER COL. HANSON.
pelrletrid ithe swamps mid hammocks as- Thw Col. [l.sll, per 101-or1ed her voy
lI;r -is )Dcadmaii s [')';,y, havinig s, eeli Inlut 11 1V litl-gilt svhe. A Ir,'- l atullii,
t'r sli| iii i, signs ani! ai t'w liiuli.ns, ^. l liever eolyiued o old N ptuie';-
hill lin11 llot is c ile l i gt li g e i liga f ighi l),,..,, 1 v<'e N ,,irl. ,.ai< i.i \
O u1.i iillo .rm siai l. tha. l e lilt o.pi. udliilill *iii,, i ,i' i i lli .v ; ,l .l
,.-; Ioi h ave le ti t (il tM ,nid ly f or the I n- ', ,, i-sell'fa tt i 'rdi7 a te i 1> "i..>l,, .nl
dian ii tw p. ei o(it' fl y l l ty .ile plred lie.a i l i ,,.illlil a i ,.l ., s 'a Sio pliay!v ;
irol, allli-ii filieei1 i1 iweiy n il, S iik-, a seaii il.
T ile l l- o ps h ad pleli ty o f .-tip pli es a t I) -.- d ,, ,i i.i i l l ,, ,. ,,,v ^ ^l
a w '|lie iie~h T o h. er .i li, tr,,a",iil. ,-,ii 7a i ;r',.-rm ,>,e.
it- U- ,'?s ];0 v.._ i t Wlii .v ,il t 1 ,1v ill, ~lltiml i/ ,|lhe_____ ,, ,t. ,ls r llri rii - , i e ,. ,
(Glli\. l'iinI" If) hnJ {l- -ih e ndittip, \itl qi il is M i t ,ie e- e uiial \,f s ili-ls, .li
,il. ol.. .Iiule iliSe enb.lle lg l _S .lm e t ,heir sl i.o g l lids %Nest o() i l it-e S i ,ani ln. r ,,l i i ui d< i!T tioii st .,
T h e tr (o p s ?sw ere ge er,.liy m ill m d h eailih M r. b oi n in d cii v.,litsl i e c on.
Midl spirits. [T-illahassi e Fl iorid;i l,,.kiill ;.,,, ,,e ,,,iiy :oml ni-indel
IX. ... i r ... . ..... lt i i.A ..... t i l. l ,

tU iilil. 1 e: III UII ll i II II-; I Ill lilt'
toidt ensemble [Ii'it-ftly iii ti t;(plil,a lld aili'tii.
lie ilialy trials w 7f .iivl ivaiit2 e 1111 i I ,i -
o liiiln inut on board rilitf "(ol. |H iw-,l,.

re -- f 1 P.- i TVl-.1 l -1 .-. "

First,7"t0ren. whi:t is lite right .of s.AI~r~me ?
A'e miglit turn to tlhi ab.e expo itions of
.ilr distil.lui.-hi- d stale.incri ; w-e conud ex-
end our re-.,'arches to) the pagre ,f '"hi-tory;
'e c,,u'..1 ro fimr-hi-r, we ni ht. refer out
!e(iet(t-rs to the fnundaimenv principles of ro-
!Jublicaii roveritiune it, for a solution of the
=.,u'f^-i~, bu't we would avfnid all this troubtbri
s unneci s:4%rv, and point to -a m;n,,re stire;-', -
jn~l~ r rin< ,rnide tt a'j te:-?t, the c,,n-cienc.
lihe ri-lit ",f suT'ra e is thie c' eX0'e:-,-
:ione o oi:i;i,'-n a.alx wh i exercising the
right. tlit- i.; no-iO or sh lrlho Ee rnonu, io
cail us to &,;-ount. Of A.ll thLi eff.,r!s wh'ch
have been miade ti, eq;'tlize ;illfi n n of ever.
ccndi'io!), none have su. eedi-d, bnt that ,lo
,free IufFrn,o. I" this '"are eq,,tl."I. AA I
have a voice. anfJ if pr;p;erly exercised, tliht
of the po >ruio~n its i*;r."(I! .vi, plainly, as that
f the rich inii. And wiii til.) tenaciry
with which Ariiericanri tra ;s:!d t.o cling to
independvnt-e. is it nit st ange that frlre
should be foui-tul mn-iy. ",,y ni;!rn", wit will
*amelt slIrrend-r even hi- right, aand be-
come',,e anil wi'IIt,- dtpe of tht nmi-i
of heavier purse ? T Iiis is whit we -t,hnld
*..chard ai-;n3'1. : Ci,'rr,Dt infinpiTn'e at our
elections. Evwry man .lhild there think,
,-,)eik a nd act foir liN:,s.-l. N,-t th-'t xae
rI Colinme)lI disolg'r. iz.ti,,.n. on tha eConitra-y,
we hold it indi "i h go1 111 .-o
Ahtt !here s),mld' be s,-,,e unity ot f fel'ng
ind aclion,but, we prn-tejt against the use
,if cnrrufpl means to produce iith union of
Ceeling ind ation. Let it be legitim-te. let
;t. be spontaneous. and were the people left
trn themselvPs. it wnlild !to so Where po--
iticq is not the test. the inlv y fitirn f r a
,,ood citizen to ask himself in choninor
frnm the candidates in the field, is., 'Who of
the niimber is the most suitable ?" Let no
feelings ,if prejudice intervene,-let no local
predilections influence you,-suffer not the
demon ot political bribery to interpose his
secret whisnprings of promised preferment,
else ere vou are aware, he will have infiused
his deadly poison into whatever of political
honest yonu may have had, and you beenme
his, willing duipe, and the active co-nperator
in his hellish schemes. Citizens of East
It lorida, we caution you against corrupt in-
fluence ; we caution you against local feel-
ing; recollect the interests of the. whole
entry are at stake. More than ordinary
vigilance should be exercised. Send men
to represent your interests in the Legislative
Council in whom you have full confidence.
M.en capable, both by nature and acquisition
of discharging their duty as legislator with
honor to their country, credit to themselves,
and satisfaction to their constituents. And
we especially warn you against the danger
arising from local feeling, if it is not en43ter-

M.ATHW CARR-EY.-T-lie folhrwinVg let-
lete, write alit .hort tiiei bufire his de ise.,
to a Ifrield, Iby Mr Carevy, \%,s tciiiiiiii-
c ,ei 'Fir. The seniiiliiilnis ar- il se ofi,'ii
expressed by o01r d- e iee ll p ilithroli.',,:
-U. S. Gtizit,.
"Dk i"r Sii:--I siid yoll, y thislii nliil.,a
copVy cmlpletei oithe QueirifsL ast ra fuas it
has goiie-l, 2 amid 3.
4I mill' greatly .hlow par. Ji, ai fi'arlfil
tliat lhe Stale c o,(heeoililry is hopelhss.-
Public morals are it lllie lowest eb. ; aid
priii\itl sh re a portion of' tile samliie failt.-
Re-gard for -"ell' alpt it l's to be lile predliili-
uiit lveling: "'Evwry ma ilor m\lsIelt;"
;is tile Dutchimaii said v it,it lie had s:-iz,.d
-Il lie couldlI lii. .ili ll a ds ml. Pi ospeel.l have
lielr t olliore liell as lo illi ill soille p ,i s
ofview a-, at prel ent, hill \v% < oildd lii,'t.oi-
ire see ti litivll Hivi-ii~h smiling alofti,"'t
'lieer ui is oi ol r wviiw l il n i, le,"e,,p,. ca I
eIn~ldle118 I1 to SeV ",I eih I h 1 1-ili-tI" :Al i i u. 0- 'l.
"My gelvelwrail Ifalhli i is us goodl ois ilnisii.--
But tlie feeleness ol'my limbs radiw.r in-
crea11:ises. A d-i iV re'iiiiifi g eye 4,1'alilli
litp i'e'ro i'li its fuilli-ii,1ii s lly lile' "li lilt t i' lie
l11111,1"1 as it il l wa: w t to (I ,,. I Ihink
III14-11 o'l I 'Mll .TbI, at l 's Three W;iriiiigi."
I too hiaive my i.[re, waiiiig,, iot olImw-
et,ler, exiac ly ti ie Smille,; I's e s 1 :ii ill ;
.great mlei-1asulre, ai tl s v a 'ripple, alld
hialflblidLl .B t I fi dtill l it) dvea ill lily Il-
tel|> 'tal il'p'ers ;oi1 tlhe contral'y 1I agree
willi the poet,(Pope?)
The s ul's dark cottage, battered and decay-
Lets in new light through chinks which
time has made.
YoI's very respletrfilly,
Philadvlphia, Aiig. 30, 1839.

AN .4INCIDENT---IIillmledifilatieVOwl, af the
gi','al Coliiflfigratioii of' Dlmeli r, 8;35, ill
N,.\w "Yor.k, l'i exlt-sivi\e comiiliiile of 'chalr-
itv wis ogized and ait unlii'sil colle-
tiion from dloor to door, wias fesolved iliil
llirlligl-olil tile city. The third ward wits
allotted to us, aid two associates, as a col-
lectioti (ii'irict; tind nmre money was c'ol-
lected in lmat ward than any other in the
city. In tile course of our toutr of duly we
called upon a ricli mai, and were gruffly
He said he had lost by thee fire, and
would not give a shilling. Loeavitg his

II ~slrr ~o,

I ~ I


HWAS permanently located himself +i'%-,-.-
-U Jacksonville fo)r practising in the va- --
rious departments of his profession.
Office a fewrods norih ofthe Court-House.
[]1 After 9 o'clock, at night, he may be .
found at Miss ALLISO'S." .*
For past encourglni ftil, .r 14.tenders to
citizens and others,his grateful acknowledr-
ments. 7-1-tf

C APT. MOSES CURRY is myauthoriz.
ed Attorney during my absence from the
Territory. Those persons having business
with me, will please refer to.him
Sept. 7 l-tf


NER 'WAR tRIOR, 'Capt Z,
WILLEY, on her return from New
York, (which will be about the first of No-
vember,) will run regularly between the
above paces. 5-3t

EMAINING in the Post Office at'Jack-
sonville 1st day of October, 1839, and
if not taken out in Three months, will be


THE friends of CALVIN REAl),
Esq.. of Mandarin, announce him as a
Candidate to represent Duval County in the
next Legislature.

T HE"frie-rds of JOSEPH B. LAN-.
CASTER, Esq., announce him as a
Candidate to represent the citizens of Duval
County in the next Legislature.
Sept 14.
IX Weeks after date application will be
nrade to the Hon. JoHN L. DOGGrTT,
Judge of the County Court for Duval Coun-
ty, for Leters of Admfinistration on the Es-
tate of Maj. WILLIAM lcKAY, late of said
County, deceased.,
October 5th, 1839. 6sw

A LOT of window sash and blinds to suit
the same :
'20 windows 12 by.16-12 lights :,
2 "o 12 by 14-14 "
25 I 11 by 14-14 *'
Also, alnt of Panel Doors. All of which
will be sold low for Cash. Apply to ,
Jacksmonville.-Oct. 12, 1439. 6-3w

^^ M s-about fifteen hands
,i, high, and in good
,Order -for the coming
Enquire at thia
September 28, 1839.

A WOMAN SERVANT, capab doing
,LLHousework in general. Enqu1*.atjthis
Office. "5!

ed in the general good. Although a man
may with consistency have the strongest
--claims upon your personal regard and esteem
yet, if you honestly and canidly believe him
to be incapable of performing the duties of
a legislator, if he should be so presumptuous
as to offer himself for your suffrages, don't
vote for him. You would be doing both him
and yourself an injury by giving him your
support. And you would do your country a
much greater injury, and would decrease
your usefulness as a member of society and
a citizen in the same proportion.
In conclusion, then, we would say Free-
men of East Florida, think and act for your-
selves. Let the general good be your gov-
erning principle. Consider well your cin-
didates. They are before you. Some of
them you have tried. Have you found them
wanting? If not, rally around them, and
give them your hearty support. Those who
have before done you service, will doubtless
do it again. Once more we would say,
think for yourselves, and we fear not the re-

On Sund. y, the 6th inst., during the gale
the Schi. Motion, Captain Halwerson, trom
Charleston to this place, after ineffectually
endeavoring to keep off, was by the violence
of the wind, which was at that time E N E.
ledered unmanageable, and Was 'compelled
to hazard the attempt of running in, and in
doing so, struck on St. Johns Bar, and in a
short time was a complete wreck. There
were nine passengers on board, who, togeth-
er lifth the Captain and crew, with the ex-
-ception of three of the latter, when they
,,discovered their perilous situation, and that
all hope of savings either vessel or cargo was
gone, iinmediatciey took te the boats, and af-
ter much exertion antd great perseverance
1succeeded'inl reachlinl, tue shore. The in-
dividuals who remained, were compelled to
laah themselves to the wreck, and in that
tituatio)n were dashed upon the fuaming bil-
e ~ e &. uyown
low, and exposed to the entire fury of wind
4and wave. About six o'clock on the fllow-
ing morning, they were luckily driven into
the river by the united influence of wind
and tide, atd rescued. VV'haiL rem.nained of
the ve.,sel and cargo wore suld at -;ublic
vendue on WVedlr;day last, for the beineit
*of Lthe ujnd-rwrittis and all colicerned. The
vessel, boat, &c. brought .115 75, and the
c:ugoc;:.3J. ,Tae cargo consiste:i of mer-
:1,o Mlssi a. tlloso Merri1ck, Henry Bu iaird,
0,. Cng"'r and oliher individuals of this
place; alid M.-.-srs. AKeifr & Co. A. WV.
,lMaotg,-ewry, .(. W. Martin, and sundry
<'Wh,-r individu;s at lack Cieek No iu-
vurance that W liave heard of, except on the
goodsf Messrs toss & Merriek.
Ani(n,', 1he sufifeers by ihis unfortunate
,ccu rrence, none excites omr sfrnpatr y r tmoe
strong ilioan the captain. 'By it he is ren-
-dered entirely destitute, not only of employ-
ment, but of every thing he possessr.d, even
to his shoes, and when Jhe came to this place
he was truly an object not only of synmpath}y
but charity.

Tlhoie wh,, have kindly noticed our sheet .
will please accept our thanks, and tho' e in
particular who ihave altenip'cd to be witty at;
.oir expense, we are by no means disp,,sed
tO tre;l' t Wi'h k ,"iw'j'c .nce"', -'nd we aRsur
tur brother quill drivers of Ta'l" hasse, that
when circumstances will justif y, we will no;
be backward in assuming a position among
them as a champion of correct principles. We
hold that it's never too late to do good.',
and when our services are required, and our

,acquaintance with the politics of the Terri
tory will enable us to do the cause we may
espouse full justice, we hold ourself in read.
iness to comply with the suggestion of broth-
er Sibley.

M.AmrOH PUMPKIN. W e are informed by
a friend at Newnansville. that the Rev. J
Tucker, of Alachua County has grown on
his plantation the present year, a single
'Pumpkin, weighing "one hundred and thirty-
five pounds, and measuring in circumference
siz feet four inches. This is said to be but one
of many, any of which will weigh within
2) pounds of this. This beats New England
all hollow. We have heard of five filling
an ox cart. but we reckon it wasn't heaped.
The same letter states that the Morus Mdl-
ticaulis of Alachua surpass any thing grow-
ing on the St. Johns River.

The Marm :th Mulb'ri y tree| spoken ofin
our ,(cnd number, has since increased to
222 feet.
A full blooded Duiham builland cow be-.
longing to Col. Sanchez ofNewnansville, ar-
Tived in the Col Hanson, the former weigh-
ing3600 lbs.

The English are building a steam ship of
very great tonage to be completed in eight
weeks from the commencement,
A man widh wooden legs, is nominated
Tor Congress in Illinois. Good for a stump
A Mr. Wmn, B Annin committed suicide
in Bston on the 12th inst He was of the
well known firm of Annin & Smith, Engra-
vers and copper-plae printers of that city.
In Louisville Ky. a Nrs. Stne, leaving
her child playing upon the floor, went out a
a few minutes, and returning saw a- tremen
dous hog in the act of dragging the child
out'by one foot which he had in his mouth,
across the street. The child was much brais-
ed, but not dangerously so.
The number of United States Bank post
notes now in circulation in the City of New
York, is estimated at-ten millions.
Fifty dollars is paid in Texas for a single
According to a late estimate, the whole
number of children now in )he United
States between the ages of four and sixteen
years is 3, 500, 000, and of this number 600,
000, do not enjoy the benefit of a common
school education.
It is saih that there are 300 professional
gamblers in Richmond Va.
John fganatius Effinger, one of Washing-
ton'slife guards'expired at Woodstock Va.
on the 8th. ult. at the advanced age of 83
Forrest the tragedian, is to deliver an Ora-
tion; in memory of his friend Mr. Legget.
The interments from yellow fever on the
10 th. ult, at New Orleans, were 21.
The*Jefferson, a whale shlp belonging to
Wilmingtnn has departed on her voyage.
She is 380 tons burthlien.
A Mr. Samuel Badger of S. C. was
struck dead by lightning whilst at work in
his field, thpre being neither house nor tree
A party who for their own amusement,
tarred and feathered a Dr. Wilgoh at New
Berlin last spring, have to fork up to the
tune of 3,500 dollars.
President Wayland of Brown University,
is ab:,ut to embark fr England fir the purpose
o(f visiting the institutions of that country
The Lancaster Pa. Journal is offered f) r
sale. It is said to be well-patronized.
We learn from a l'hliax paper ofthe 11th.
nlt. that two American fishing vessels have
ke en retained bya British cruizer of Prince
Edw.'rd's land, for a vioiation ofL the Reve-
n e laws.
The price of board in Texas is five dol-
; per day.
A history of Harvard University is shortly
to be published by Presiden' QuinicV.
The amount ofspurious coin aunually put
in circulation, in Great Britain, is estimated

A shock of an earthquake was felt at!
Maysville: Kentucky, on the 5th inst.
It is estimated that there are now three,
thousand miles of Rail Road travelled over
in the United States, the cost of which has
-been about sixty million of dollars.
They-are holding-meetings in New York
in aid of lhe Mormons, who, it is said, are
very much distressed.
The agricultural products of the United
States are estimated at .-100.000,000 unnual-
ly, attributable wholly to sunshine.
It is said that a ship bearing Russian col-
ors. supposed to be in the slave trade, hast
been e-aptured on the African coast by an
Enrlish cruizer, and carried intoSpithead.
Sailing under Russian colors is expressly
forbidden, except by permission of the gov-
Morus Multicaullsis now said to be the
order of the day in Mexico.
The Yellow Fever was prevailing to acon.
siderable extent among strangers at Vera
The arrivals at Buffalo, N. Y. during the
month of August were 113 steamboats, and
131 brigs and schooners.
'Hon. Tristram Burgess has a work in
Press founded on the claim of Commodores
Elliott and Perry in the Battle of Lake

During the celebration at North Point, a
Mr. Pidgeon, an aged printer, fell over-
board and was drowned.
'The great ship of the line Pennsylvania
is to be stripped and laid up at Norfolk.

A treaty 6f cominerce for three years has
been entered into between Holland and the
United States.

Perschr. Col. Hanson :-Capt. Morgan,
lady and two children, Maj. Eddy and lady,'
and Mr. Louden and lady; Messrs. Hen-
d-ick, Shurn way, Van Wezel, Bisbee, Gant,
"Flelcher, Adams, and EvalTs.


4 67 o2
5 66 80
6 78 82
7 76 85
8 75 84
9 70 76
10 67 82

B ^

5- a p*

64 S E Clear.
73 SW do.
76 N E Cloudy and windy.
74 N 1, Cloudy.
70 N E Showers
67 N Clear.
00 N El do.

SIX Months after date)1 I will apply to the
[on., the Judge of the County Court 6f
Duval County, for Letters Dismissory on
the Estate of REUBEN CLEMENTS, late of
said County, deceased. All persons interest-
ed are hereby notified of the same.
Sept. 21, 1839.,. 3-6*


PORT OF 'JACKSONVILLE.................OCT. 12

Oct.,7.-Steamer Foiester, Wambersie, Sa
9-Steamboat Florida, Nock,Savannah.
10-Senr. Caroline, Herd,5 days from Bal-
10-Schr. Col.HRnson, Whiteman, 7 -days
from New York.
11-Steamer Cincinnati, Smith, Savannah.
12-Tteamer Ivanhoe, Bailey, Savannah.
Oct, 8-Steamner Forester, Wambersie, Sa-
10.-Steamer Florida, Nock, Savannah.
10-Steamboat Santee, Besssent, Savan-

sent to Washington a
Obed Armstrong
% B
M L Baker
Robert Bigelow 2
J Bird 2
Thomas Butler
Allen Bradshaw
Levi Babbage
Mr Ball
Bank of Jacksonville
Charles Breward
Miss R Christy
Wm Carter
Jhn D McAsten
Mrs Flora Chivars
John Copeland
John Dunton
C Emory
S Eddy
Joseph Finegin 3
George Flemingr 2
H S Ferris
T B Fi7wIatrick ......
Sgilas Farrow
Lieut R C Galtin 2
Josiah Gates 2
C 'Frederick Gerke
WmS Harris 2
Wm H. Hickman
Thos A Halladay
John M Hallerid
Smidt & Hamilton
A Hackman
Chirles Keplen
A M Kingsley

s dead Letters:
E G Landon 2
Mrs Eliza Lawrence
Edmund Mohler
John B Morgan
-Win McKay
Mr McMain
R K Mame
Rev .1 H Mc'Arver
Mrs S E Northrope
Cap Jas Piles 4
Capt Priest -
Seymour Pickett
Lieut R Paul
Sa-ml R Piles -2
A G Phillips
Eli Rogers
John B Richard
Jos Russell "2
Capt Wm Riley
Isaiah Reeves
'I, N Smith
George Savage
Smith A l Hamilton
Lewis Steef
Sarah Steel
Miss Eliza Suarez
E H Sams 2
S"L Sparkman
A Thigpin
Mrs Sarah Turner
John Taylor
T H Toley
Miss Antonet Tison
Mrs A Tompson
Jonas Weed 3
A Welch 2
Nath'l Wade ,
M. B. ROSS, P. M.

N Consequence of*Capt. J. G. SMITH'S
declining being a candidate to represent
the'County of Duval, in the next Legisla-
tive Council of Florida, to which he was
nominated by a meetirvng of the citizens at
this place, on the 10th of Augustlast, I have.
by the earnest solicitation of my friends,
consented to be run as a candidate at the en-
suing election. L. S. BENNETT.
Garey's Ferty,-E. F. Sept. 17th, 1839.

The Germantown Cocoonery is said to be
the largest In the world. and by a Mr. Physic
it has fed the present seasorin'200,000 worms
and hasgrown 400,000 trees, 60 Acres more
mulberries are about tobe put in state ofcul-
tivalion and year after next, it is calculated
there will be fed 15 000, 000, of worms.
The numb::r of passengers which has ar-
rivad at Quebec up to the 6 th ult. du-
ring the present year, wrs 706). Lastyear,
in the mean time 2605.
Mis3 Mary White of North Carolina has
made the best skein of silk in the State.
The total number of deaths in Mobile of
yellow fever from the 1st to 8th ult. inclu-
sive, was one hundred and twenty nine, an-
thisin a population of only 3(00.
We learn from Key West that mail schoo-
er Hope was wrecken on the 9th inst.on
hlie v asherwoman's shoai. The mail was

T HE friends o AMUEL L. BUR-
S RITT, Esq., announce him as a Can-
didate. to represent the citizens of Duval
County in the next Legislature.
Sept. 14.

at 600,0000.
S'Imel Youngs. a soldier of the, Revolu- In consequence of several errors having
tion, died at Irving Westchester Co. N. Y escaped our notice in the inner form of last
on the 13 th ult. in the 80th year of his age- week, and as the following communication
The crop of tobacco in the state of Va. for shared largely in the general fault, and in
the present year, is said to be 45,,00 hogs- justice to the author, we republish it in a
heads. corrce ed form.
Upwards of a million of dollars has been COLONELS MILLS AND WARREN
invested in new buildings at Cincinuatti The-letteromCols.illrre
the present year. The letter I(ui Cots. Mills amd 'Wnrreh,
I' n eato Gvni. Macomlb gave tenilmorar oflince
The Pennsvlvania U. S. Bank hris ftkn n,
to matny. Tlhlat tiir opiioiis olf tie tren-
'lon:; of thatstate to 'he am unt of 4 000 000 Vt'111 T t j. at .i ,.j,,ti ,i,( ,slv xi r .sl
1V Itlt IIAS O 111 ii(1'0 1 I VN Ir-s t
of dollar.. f l hStwe ine ha .t(i ui i idi i'ii m p(r,'aiik-
They hunton wager in Ohio county. A ly tlhan tlitese gelenlit-ii uho lhave .ronvedt
party of twelve men on a side, recently tlieis:lv s 01 more than one occasion, tie
inade a bet of 20 bush's of corn on their rel- lrl'rivils a"al del;,lers of Flrida, andi tlhe
ative success. Ohe party killed 1441, and filithll representatives of|her ..ierests.
the other 1032 in two days. Years since, \hV!,' Hrv. Clay ,as in
About si'xy German immigrrans arrived th iHol, se ,,olpres-lttaiivs, at WVashiing-
at New Orlenns on the 4th ult They have t 0i, 1His v Ilo + il) t.a 1fver th Ile i .rease of'
.. coientip tis;.nl to H )I -|IIrS, ml dile, at tl,,
no dubt ere this, fallen victims to the pre owlml, .uvi V.rabh.- imprss-inn ilhe
ailing epidemic. 1111 1,4I of i.( ,*onSiilith ItS. o iis r. r
The laying of the corner stone of the _ol1' *ri ,h un t ,ter', nll in hIam d, >cc?Mle Monument to be erected on the North Point;hii '-A !1." ,ell, lH er;n, I shn't st.r' l
Btitle Ground, which took place on the 12111hi t hig sl, : I'v.1 ,*n with y, ,
H rry." M! Ir.(C. i-, ri.I ,i hiiv lsk<-l
ult., was attended with very imposing and yf t'he gu in ,is l,.. a.-ul.vrite ie'.
appropriate ceremonies. '1,1at it it 'is th old hurlil i, 'it 1i.; er I,,ist
The Saratoga and S:henectady Rail Road alli its s'ire to kill." -V,.li nIv %,y ti'fnd,"
has cleared seven per cent. since January sai Mr Clay, sUppose you were int ltie
., T i i w ood-, liiiitt +,g, ,ind! +!i Ht ,m ,'e should .s e'i
upon which the directors have declared a oo tig,11 i ll t 41eshoiSee
a fine deer, ausi i shi<>ld ri ise your'iret,.ake(
dividend of five per cent. -lcl( te nini, i d lld i -,1 t ,r r, l .i 111
41-111hwrate aill, 1,1(1 pull (i'v ertI, anod your .
The boundary difficulties draw forth an sure a1d long-lriitd rifle "lui4 lor tiil first
occasional burst of patriotism.and s'ir up the ltime "nisds file" anll thle deer b"out:*d away
latent fires, which have hitherto burnt un- trh)l yu111 l.reaclh; wha t n olIldea y 411tdo?
j ^, >. Would you up miii aid break t he stock
seen and unheard. The following resoln- alll c'o, k hil l urrel m illt l. firs ti ',e in
ss ind rrook mtiv hati'H tipon tlie ni'rs tret- i11
tion passed at a meeting of citizens, evinces y,,,. ipath, or wuhld youi o, pick .ie flint
a display of wisdom and penetration seldom niind iry it again? "Wliy 1 reckon, saiidl tlhe
heard of: old tmantl, I'd heapt to peck flin|,"amdl try
Resolved. That the practice of taking thesohl g O ag ain; a it st ar'ry, ad s yoe i
timber, without the consent of the owner, have lone Oht K;nitt.k" good service,
commonly called hooking, is not in accord, .anlid neverIlnissed:fire" but tlhat one time, I
ance with the spirit of the gospel." reckoii 1' 11 try you again mny boy."
A Boston paper says, that between two Suich shoulhi )e th'feelinms of'the East,
and sulh will be the feeling ofteveryvirtu-
and three hundred mechanics employed at r
tuous, geniero0s mild, towards tlhe bravi
the Charlestown Navy Yard have been dis- teu, t rat, time mid a ,nin have perilled
charged from employment during, the last their lives against a savage foe in defence
month, of their CONSTITUENTS.

T he subscriber offers for Sale 800 acres
of land lyius on little Black Creek and ex-
tending to the main prong of Black Creek-
on'e halfof which is good hammock and
swamp land and the balance well timbered
pine land- The terms will be moderate
Apnly to James A.Barden .!un at the head
ef Doctor's Lake, or at M.anda rin. Oct. 9th.

FROM" Jekyl Island, on the
evening of the 30th ult a ned-
gro nan named Charles, and
his wife Mary. Charles is
'? ab,,nt 5 feet 9 or 10 inches in
Shlitight, rather bald, and of,
erect carriatre, and has tihe
-x--. -""" marks nf an Afirican on his
cheeks-speaks the Minorcan and Seminole
languages very well-isabout 45 years ofage
and has a very prominent f redhead for a'ne-
gro. and deep set and reddish eyes. He gen-
'trally wears a clohh or common negro woolen
sap, without froht- His wife Mary is about
35 years of age, has a down cast look, and
has lost her upper front teeth. Charles, when
hie left. had a pass without date, which had
been given him to go a few miles from home.
The above negroes will endeavor to make
their way to "Musketo," in Florida, where
Charles has formerly lived. Whoever will ap-
prehend said negroes, and give information
to the subscriber, a' Brunswick, so that they
can be obtained, shall receive a liberalre-
Oct. 5. 6--3 w

W"lITHIN five minutes of the growing
City of Jacksonville, from which it
is separated by a 'Creek abounding with
fish, forming an exhaustless source of mna-
nure, and an excellent harbor for boats and
lumber, is the Suburban Pltice, MULTI
MAORI." consisting of about 400,acres of
Land, of every variety of Southern soil,and
adapted to every species 6f Southern Cul-
ture. The place being an irregular oblong
square, is bounded on three sides and for
more ilian two miles on the St.Johns River,
and the Creek above named. There are
now on the premises plan actions of the Mo-
rus Multitaulis. which may be increased by
another season's culture to lialf a million or
more :-100.000 will be wafftnted in all of'
next year; and ii the meantime, there will
be a supply of tood for a 'large number of
Silk-worms. For the Silk Culture, no place
can be better adapted; and, if to connect
other business -with it be desired, wharves
for commerce may be erected at little ex-
pense ; and for Steam Mills, there are no
sites superior on the St. Johns, which is one
of the very finest Rivers on the Globe for
such purpose.
This desirable place is offered on the
most accommodating Terms. For a large
portion of the purchase money, a credit of
ten. years will be given.
Application, post paid. may be made to A *
Jones, Jr.-&Co. ef this Press, to Lot Clark,
Esq Wall st. or D. Brown, Jr. Courtlandt
st. New York; or to Gen P. S. Smith, St.
Augustine. September 2, 39
-jadf~anville, September NJ S3

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Yo ung n renr's 'Epartment.

The experience of other sections of the
country, have clearly shown the benefits de-
rived from the application of science to the
cultivation of the soil, and the entire practi-
cability of embodying the necessary informa-
tion in the pages of such a work.
The experience of the South has convinc-
ed all, that unless such a work is adapted to
our climate, soil, and peculiar system ofag-
riculture, its usefulness will be extremely
To this end, the services of several scien-
tific and ,practical Agriculturists of distinc-
tion have been secured as correspondents,
.whose communications will monthlily enrich
the pages of the Journal, and render it well
worthy of universal patronage.
Her central position in the most fertile
planting region of the South, her 1 cation on
the great thoroughfare between the North
and New Orleans, and her ready communi-
cation by mail with every section of the
country, have all conspired to induce the
Society to select Columbus as the most eli-
gible point for its publication.
The Journal and Register will be edited
by tihe undersigned, and published at the of-
fice of the Columbus Enquirer, at the low
rate of Two Dollars per annum, payable inm-
variably in advance.
Communications directed post paid, to
Cor. S-c. So. Silk & Agr. Society.



U NE X A M P L ED M A M- 200 Prizes-each 1 share of $100 of
MOTH SCHEME. the New Orleans Bank, 20,000
p HE following details of a Scheme of a 150 Prizes-each 1 share of $100 of
'L Lottery, to be drawn in DECEMBER the Union Bank ot Florida, 15.000
next, warrants us in declaring it to be j/V-
PeRaLLELED in the history of Lotteries. 600 Prizes. $1,500,000
Prizes to the amount have never before been TICKETS $20--0 SHJRES
offered to'the public. It. is tre, there are (1 It shall be at the option of the winners
many blanks, but on the other hand, the,-ex- of Prizes of Bank St^cks, either to take the
tremely low charge of TWENTY DOL Sock itself, or the par value there tinake the
TLARS1 pe T^ick-h VAU AN i UMBE vbock itself, Or the par va Ue thereof in Cash.
LARS per Ticketthe V. L ANDNUMnBER The whole of the Tickets. wi.h their Num-
oF TTE CAPITA.S,and the revival ofthe good bers, as also those containing the Prizes, will
Old custo aof warranting that every prize be examined and sealed oy the Commission.
shall be drawn and sold.-will, we are sure, ers appointed under the Act, previously to
give universal satisfaction, and especially to their being put into the wheels. One weel
the Six Hundred Prize Holders. will contain the whole of the Numbers. the
To those disposed to adventure, we re- ,ther will contain the Six Hundred Prizes,
comrnend earlvapplicationbeing mae t d us and the first600 Numbers drawn out, will be
for tickets-when the prizes are all sold entitled to such prize as may be drawn to its
hblanes only a remain-the first buyers have number. and the f)rtunate.'holders of such
the bestchance. Prizes will have such property transferred to
We. therefore, emphatically say-DET.AY then immediately after the draWing untn-
N or but at once re-mitand trans-mit to us cumbered,and without any deduction
yiourorders,awhich shall alwaysreceive our [Editrs of every Paper in the United
imediate attention i. States, in the West Indies, in Canada, and
Letters to be addressed, and applications other f the British Provinces are requested
'made to SYLVESTER& CO. to insert the above, as a standing advertise.-
156 Broadway, New York. nient, until the 1st of December next, and to
a7 Observe the Number, 156. send tiher accounts to us. tgetiher with a
$700,000!! $6500,000!! $25,000. paper containing the advertisement.
6 prizes of $20,000!!! SYLVESTERl & CO.,
2 prizes of $.15,000!! 156 Broadway, New York.
5 prizes of $10,000! Sep)t. 7 1-tdl -

man of imperfect education, When lie
hears ofa neighbor doing better than him-
self in busin ss,though they both began un-
dersimilar cireunimsiances, and 'lthe same
prospects before them; to avoid the impu-
tation ofinferir abilities or less industry
laid to his charge, is often induced to say,
"0, he has been iore lucky thaIn I have."
On many occasions, when the sources and
circumstances of prosperity and adversity
are not wei known, luck is resorted to
as an ever rehdy and easy solution oftlhe
difficulty. From the habit thns ncquired
of attributing every thing to ine k, we sink
into ain apathetic way of considering our
own circumstances when compared with
others, and resign themselves singgishly
to hardships which they might easily
overcome, if they would have a little
more energy, and ixert themselves to inm-
prove their condition. It may not be
amiss, therefore, to inform such persons
that"there is no such thing as luck.
Chance there is, and manny persons have
been indebted to this for great advan-
tages. But to snppose that any individt-
als are favored through life with a frequent
recurrence of advangeouschances,while
others are exposed to the revers,+. is in-
consistent with all that is ascertained of
natural laws, and with every idea we
can frname of a *just and benevolent Deity.
Events apparently fortunate may no doubt
occur oftener than once with particular in-
d(ividuarl, )before a similar incident bef alls
another: but this is merely the caprice of
chance. Allowing for the possibility of
one man getting two or three advanta-
ges from chance before hs neighbor gets
one, it must be plainly asserted and in-
sisted upon, that all the rest depends up-
on personal qvilities, situation, and otilher
Iircumstancss. Nay, if we were to ex-rm-
ine very closely what appeared to lihe
solely the result of chance, we should
probably find in many instances, neroun-
ted for the most of itr.-Or, if in the
particular case under examination, nth-.
ing of this kind appeared as an imtutedi-
ate cause, we might perhaps trace it to
a previous cause, to sone circumsTances
which had oecurred Iong before, which
were only then operatingr. Never trust
to luck or chance, but depend upon
your own exertions for success in life.
[New York Sun.]

ONE'S ]'OTHER. Around tihe idea of
oie's mother the mind cline's with fond
affection. It is the first thought stamped
upon our infant hearts, when yet soft and
capable of receiving the most profrmnd
impressions, nnd al- the after f'elin's are
more or less lirht in comparison. Onr
passions nnd one wilfilness may lead us
far from the ohjpct of our' filial love ; we
may become wild, headstronn nntd anarry
at her counsels and opposition; hut when

She loved yop, when'rif sotmy light,
Of bliss was on your ;row ;
That bliss has sunk in sorrow's night,
And yet-she loves you now.

She loved you; when your joyous tone
Taught every heart to thrill;
The sweetness of that tone is gone,
And yet she loves you still.
She loved you when you proudly stept,
The gayest of the gay;
That price, the blight of time has swept,
Unlike her love away.
Phe loved you when your home and heart
Of fortune's smile could boast;
She saw that smile decay-depart-
And then' she loved you most.
Oh such the generous faith that glows
In woman's gentle breast-
'Tis like that star that stays and glows
Alone in night's dark vest.
That stays because each other ray,
Has left the lonely shore,
And that the wanderer on his way, -
Then wants her light the more.

TreRy, of Property situated in New Orleans. PROSPECTUS
[ET'The richest and most. magnificentschemne OF THE THIRD VOLUME OF THE
ever presented to the public, in this PHILADELPHIA VISITER,
orany other country. Contazinng quarterly Fashion Plates, 1l-
TICKE S O.L8Y -20. luslrated articles gc. The cheapest Pe-
duthorized 6y an ,ct of the I igislatizve Issem- riodical in the World.
bly of Fiuridtn, and under the directions TN commencing a new volume, the pub-
of the Commissiontrs acting under the l isher would take occasion to observe,
To be drawn at that not only will the same exertions be con-
S., ,, .,, tinued, which have secured to his subscrip-
aCkSOnVille, lOrida tion list an unexampled increase, but. h:s
DECEMBER 1st, l. claims upon the public favor wli be enitanc-
ed by every means which unceasing en-
SCHMIDT & HAMILTON, deavors, enlarged facilities, and liberal ex.
Managers. P)enditure can command.
1 R SYLVESTER & CO. The subjoi,.ed is a brief plan of the work:-
156 Broadway, N. Y., Sole Agents. 1 O.iG.NA. PA s will be so varied
y E st. OHIGiNAL PAPERS VI-11 be SO V-aried
No COMBINATION NUMBERS. as to formal a con>mbiiation ofthe useful with
100,000 Tickets, from No. 1 upwards, in sue- the entertaining and agreeable. These will
cession, embrace the depai-rtments ol Useful Sceiencf,
The deeds of the Property and the Stock ,Essays, Tales,and uPetry which may deserve
transferred in trust to. Le Commissioners ap- the name.
pointed by the said Act of the Legislature Itistthe publisher's 4te:ign to make the
of Florida, for the Security ot the Prize Hul- Visiter agreeable to trhe old and the young-
ders. to-the sedate and the gay-to mingle the
The receipts of the sale ofthe Tickets will vlluable with the amiusitig--and to pursue
he deposited in the Citizens, Consolidated, thie tenor of its way with the entertainment
Canal, Union. and Carrolton Banks, in New of go.d feelings toward all parties.
Orleans. in the name of Louis Schmidt, TK:iys.-The Visiter is published every
jointly with J B Perrault, Esq., actually other Saturday, on fine while paper, each
Cashier of the Citizens Bank, and A. Buii- number, will contain 24 large super-royal
dumn, isq.,actually Cashier of Consolidated ,ctave pages, enveloped ,n a fine printed
Bank, as'iTrnustees. as per act passed before cover, forujing at th end of the year avol-
A Mazureau, Esq., Notary Public on the 2d n;me ofneairly 600 padres, at the very low
May, le39, and the Properties transferred, price of .'%2;5 cents per annum in. advance,
uluncutmbercd, to the jist nained gentlemen, or 6 1-4 cents per number, piyalte on dc-
as.Trusteksfor ihe .ecurily of .he fortunate livery.
Prize Holders. Post masters, and #t hers v.-ho will procure
In New York the monies will be depo'.it- tfur subscribers, and ntuclose Five J)ollais
ed in the Phcenix Bank, to the credit of te -Lo the proprietor, shall receive immnnediate
above mentioned five City Bauks of New Or- a.tention.
leans. Editors, '0,7 co)pying ints prospectus shall
SPLENDID SCHiI.MIE. receive the Visitelr lor one year.
[ Prizt-The Arcade-266 feet, 5
inches, 4 lines, on Magazine-st. ItlRO SECTUIS OF THIlE
101 feet, 1 inches,orn Natchez- AUG USTA If R Z V r.
street; 1N6 feet, 6 inchts. oni
Gravier-street. Rented at about .* semi-1ro:.l tl jo0r ul, devoted to polite
$37,000 per annum. Valued at $700,000 Ltierature, .1usicr, ani Usflid Intelli-
1 Prize-, ity Hotel-162 feet on geiInc, ,,'. publish., i the (ii/' of .hu-
Common-stree- 146 feet, G in- gustu, Georia, by \\.T'. TIHOMPSON.
chesoniCamto-street. Rentedat hatendvd the
2,00 Valu'TT at tetl 50,000 a' suc..-^s which has attended the
,000. Valued at above publication, and the very liberal
1 Prize-Dwelling Hlouse-(adjoin- patronage which has been extended to I14e
ing the Arcade) No. 16,24 it. 7 fi rst viumej,has isl.uced ihe publisher to
inchesfronut, onNatchez-street. -1akeevury ( in his phwelr to render
Rented at $1200--Valued at 20,000 ake every fforL in his, powe ,r to render
IP d.Ithe work stil~ll )ri!worthy the pairc,1 cge of
^ P ze-Dlitto (adjoining the Ar- a southern public. \'ith this view, ar-
cade) No. 16, 23 feet frout on r.ngements hian, l;en nadc, ) y v.hiL h he
Natchez-st.--- .ented at 1M "
N chez-st.-I has secured the assis ancee of a numerouss
Valued at o1 .t,, ,
,alued t <0,.0 ;i)torf corresp()io deiins, w\'th whose co-,pera-
I Prize-Di to (adjoh-ing the Ar- II-o,1 bLSpn lons %, ; ii'eC -')1
1 Prize-)i to (adj,.ing the A;r- tin he hopes to be able to render thie see.-
cade No. R, 4t4 fi'et front o ond volume alm ,st entirely l original it)is
Natchez-st. Rented at $1200. contents, as well as souUd,.rn in, charact('r.
V alued0at 20,0 V While hlie would avoid making promises
1 Prize-Diatto-No. 2 north-east ,
1 oriz e r--Di to N o. n r th- east w which he m ight lack 1,he ability to perform ,
ouse-s ot; 40 fet f on ustonB- yet his confidence in his present resources,
I enables him to assure those u ho have en-
sin, and 40feel on Franklin-st courage him by their patronage in the in-
by 127 feet deep in Custom- ancy of his undertaking, that if they have
House- eue at $00- been satisfied with the past, they will n
V -alued at 20,000 fail to be pleased with the second volume o
1 Prize-Ditto-No. 24, south-west the Mirror.
coiner of Basin and Custom The second volume, which wascommenc-
House-sts.; : feet,7 inches owned on the llth May, is considerably impro,,v-
Basin1, 32 feet, 'dinchtes on ed in arangemenit and typographical ap-
Franklin 1 eet 1-2 Inches aearauce, printed on paper of anll excellent
deep-in. front o Custom House pnd uniform quality, though no material
street.--Rented at $1500. Val-
street-Rentedat$C. Val- change hasbeen made in the plan of the
ued at 20,000 Work.
1 Prize-Ditto-No 334, 24 feet, e volume will be enveloped in neatly
inches on Royal-street, by 127 printed covers. and will be embellished
feet, 11 inches deep. Reuted at quarterly, wi.h splenIdid Ih, graphic
.$1400. Valued at 15,000 views ,if southern q:cnery. buitIings, &c.
I Prize--:50 shares Canal Bank ohe irr i rt n oya
Stock, $100 each, 25,000 uart fIrmiMn god paper and on fair type,
1- Prize--20 d,. L,,m. do. 20,000 and is issued every other Saturday evening,
l" Prize-150 do. Mechanics' aud at $3 in advance. ,r $4 at the end of the
Traders' do. do. 15,000at navcer tt no e
Prier 1do. Ci B d year. Each volume contains26 numbers of
I -10 d d ad do> a. O 20 royal quarto page., including 26 favorite
1Prize-100 do. do. do, do. do. 10,000 piee, ,,f Music, arranged for the pianoforte
SPrize--10 do. do. So.0 do. *l.uc;0 .rgutiar, comprising in all. more re ding
I Prize-50 do. Exchange Bank do 5,;00 matter than is contained in 2,000 duadecimo
1 Prize--50 d ',. do. do. .do. 5,OOU0' ^
di Gsdjg ddo dopages.
1 Prize--25 do. d,. do. 2,500 o Club Fpr a current Ten Dollar bill,
1 Prize-25 d. do. dc. do do 2,00 enclosed to the editor, post paid, tour copies
1 Prze-rs d, Mechanics'T, the irror wil be sent
dtes' d,,. do. 1,500 A liberal per centage allowed tn agents.
1 Prize--15 do. dc do do. do. l,500
20 Prize--each 10 shares of the r+,/^r, ,:,, ,,. ^

A GFM. The Democratic Review, some
time since, alluded to George D. Prentice,
:as entitled to the front rank among Ameri-
'can poets. The reviewer instanced some
lines written at the age of 14, as particular
ly remarkable, and breathing the very soul
of sorrow. They will be found below, and
are indeed beautiful. We are indebted for
them to the Louisville Literary.News Letter.
The trembling dew-drops fall
-Upon the shutting flowers-like souls at rest.
The stars shine gloriously-and all,
Save me, is blest.
Mother-I love thy grave '-
The violet, with its blossom blue and mild,
Waves o'er thy head-when shall it wave
Above thy child !
'Tis a sweet flower-yet must
:Its bright leaves to the coming tempestbow-
Dear mother-'tis thine emblem-dust
Is on thy brow !
And I could love to die--
To leave untasted life's dark, bitter streams,
___Bv thee, as erst in childhood Ie,___
And share thy dreams
And must I linger here
To stain ihe plumage of my sinless years,




THE Publishers, in announcing their in-
tention of bringing before the Public a
Weekly Newspaper, bearing the above Ti-
tle, wish simply to be understood as the
say. They make no loud pretensins, as-
sume no untenable grounds; but are prepar-
ed to perform to the strictest letter the pronm-
ises which they make. They are fully
aware of the disadvantages with which
the Jacksonville Press has had to contend ;
and none can feel more sensibly their injuti-
ous effect. But while they deprecate sin-
cerely the reputation for instability which
the establishment has hitherto necessarily
sustained, they view it only as an additional
incentive to perseverance; and they h. reby
pledge themselves, that the -' Advocate.
when commenced, shall be permanently
continued, and such improvements made
from time to time as. shall be suggested by a
corresponding increase of patronage.
In Politics, the "Advocate" will be what
its title indicates, a strenuous and uncom-
promising friend to the interests, both.local
and general, of EAST FLORIDAu. It will be
emphatically th1e "'PEOPLrE s FRIEND. Not
the tool of this or that faction, but the chan-.
nel through which the wants 0o the People
shall be promulgated. Our columns shall
ever br. open to calm and enlightened dis-
cussion on any and all subjects, and while we
invite all who may be disposed to aid us, to
uni'e with us in disseminating general in-
formation, we reserve to-ourselves the priv-
ilege of consulting in every instance the
feelings and interest of our readers. All
communications which may unnecessarily
wound the feelings of any individual, either
directly or indirectly, shall be inadmissible,
to our columns. Shou-d it be our pleasure,
or should a high sense of duty impel us, to
"lash a rascal naked through the world," we
may do it pro bono public, but if any one
else should have on hand, or fancy himself
to have, a like pleasure or duty, not only
must a responsible name be lodged with us,
but also the compensation, the amount of
which our imprint will show.
in morals and religion, we shall as occa
sion requires, illustrate such principles as we
suppose will be received with interest.
Our department of General Intelligence
shall be as ample as the nature of our loca-
tion will adnit; collecting with care such as
we know to be of immediate interest to our
patrons. In this departmen-t, we shall
spare no pains to make our sheet as interest-
ing as any published in this section of the
country. We shall also devote a portion of
our columns to such selections of tight read-
ing as will be compatible with utility, hav-
ing in direct view the principle, that to in-
erest, we must entertain, and to entertain,
we must please. We shall, however, exer-
cise a cautious-discrimination, selecting with
a cri ic's eye, such portions as out own
judgment mnay approve.
T'ne interests of Agriculture generally,
and particularly that. adapted to the soil and
climate of East Florida, will ever find in us
a firm friend, who will make it a prominent
duty to collect such information as may be
imparted advantageously to the Florida agrri-
culturist. We have the promise of valuable
aid in this department.
East Florida is destined tobe a silk-grow-
ing region ; and this steadilyin view, we
shall exert ourselves to obtain and impart al-
necessary knowledge to enable our readers
to pursue its culture on a plan best adapted
to private interest and public good.
To the unnumbered resources of this
country, as yet so little known or thought of
by its own citizens, we shall call the atten-
tion of our readers; inviting emigra'ion
from the shivering north, and poinung'out
the hundred av nues, through either of
which, comfort and independence may be I
ftund by the industrious and prudent, and
where enterprise, sustained by a moderate
capital, may find wealth "'beyond the Sreams
of avarice."
With our cotemporaries, we wish to' es-
tablish a precedent, different tromn that gen-
erally received,-that"two of a trade can't
agree,"-that of mutual fornearance and
concession, showing that Editos and Pub-1
lishers, so far from being '"in each other's
-way," may occasi nally extend a helping
hand in tone interchange oi such civilities
and courtesies as circumstancesmay sugg est
A. JONES, J.. CO. _
Editors and Publisher .

And mourn the hopes to childhood-dear
With bitter tears!
Ay-must I linger here,
lonely branch upon a blasted tree,
Whose last frail leaf, untimely sere,
Went down with thee!


Oft from life's withered bower,
In still communion with the past I turn,
'And muse on thee, the only flower
In memory's urn.
And, when the Evening pale
,Bows like F mourner on the dim blue wave,.

I stray to hear the night-winds wail
Around thy grave.
Where is thy spirit flown ?-
I gaze above-thy look is imaged there-
I listen-and thy gentle tone
Is on the air.
Oh come-whilst here I press

death ha stilled her monitor voice, and

nothing int cnlm memory remains to reca-
pitulate her virtues and geod deeds, affee
tion,like a flower Lenten to the ground bvy
a rnde storm, raises Iup ier head and smiles
amidst her tears. Round that idea, as we
have said, the mind clings with fond affee-
tion ; nnd even when ithe early period of
our loss forces memory to lie silent, finey
takvs Ihe plire of remembrances, and
twinesthe itnmage of our departed parent
with a garland ofgraieps, and beauties alnd
virtues, which we doubt not that she pos-

My brow upon thy grave-and in those mild
And thrilling tones of tenderness,
Bless, bless thy child !
Yes, blessthy weeping child, I
And o'er thine urn-religion's holiestshrine
Oh give his spirit undefiled
To blend with thine.

HINTS TO YouG LADIEs.-Brothers
. ;Ii .ll........ .. I. .. D. .... ... i

4W111 gnie-iiy l il JII strongly opposed THE
to the slightest inidecorumi in sisters; alld SOUTHERN SILK JOURNAL,
those who are ready enough to take avani- AND FARMERS REGISTER.
stage of freedom ofi manners in other girls, .//monthly Periodical ofthirty-two octavo pa
,have a very strict niiotion, with regard to ges, with printed cover, in style and manner
their own sisters. Theirintercourse with equal to the Journal oJ the American Silk
.thetownsisers.Therintrcorso ith Society.
Iall soris of men enables ihlemito udgcoftlldw y
all sons of e enables e t juHISge ofth publication appears under the aus-
constructions put upon certain action and JL pices of the Southern Silk and Agricul-
trlSociety.tlately organizedat lubus.
minodes of dress and speech, much belt tural Society. lately, organized at Columbus.
1 I Ga., for the purpose of promoting the cut-
than womencalL1; and you would do well ture of Silk in the South, and of dissemina-
Ao take their adviceon all such points. ting correct scientific information on the
Many temptations beset men, of whi1i subject of Agriculture in general.
women know nothing ht it i ofthe To control, on the one hand the present
,woeknowotitg,*hat it is of the t so called wild and reckless spirit of specula-
nost importance that your brothers' eve- tion in the mulberry, and on the other', to
aingsshould be happily passed at home, prove that silk may and ought to become a
tt gl>he ridW happi 1y pss fd I Southern staple, shall be the primary object
that their friends should he your frield.s.of this J6urnal; whilst, at the same time, its
that theirengngemenisshould be lhe saie;_ pges are to be made the medium of convev-
asyour, adthat various innocent us- ee to the planter and farmer, the most in-
~as-y andAhat various innocent se-teresting and important information on eve-
inents should be provided for them in the ry subject embraced in the wide range of
family circle.-[Young Lady'7s Friend. husbandry.
'' .'

Louisiana State Bank, $100
eac ,, each Prize $1000,
SPrizes-each 2 shares of $100
each. each prize $200 of the Gas
Light Bank,
)0 Prizes-each 1 share of $100, of
the Bank of Louisiana.


~a~;a han~~a~ ~il~ZE~b3i~i3itPlli~6~ T8a3~13~~.

F qj K SAILI 11;
20,000 irc ROOTED Morus Multieaulis
1000Lv Trees-roots three years old,
trees one year's growth, averaging 600eyes,
2)000 with many of smaller growth, to be deliver-
ed at Jacksonville, or at Brunswick, Ga.-
Apply at this Office.

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JPEGs JPEG_Viewer()
INTERFACES Banners webskins which resource can appear under
INT1 Interface
UFDC UFDC_Interface_Loader
FDNL FDNL_Interface_Loader

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