Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: February 18, 1842
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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" W1ii1OLMutrn.' 'DAUGHTER.' essentioj l to be prompt;. for -.thO g i Wit .he HUNTING Tiff -VERMONT*. Among the many specimens which I .have '. .

. let thy father make a rip;'of jewels me.curious trusted' had not yet heard the reports to his prejudice <'ExTBAORplMART' ,IditaacITltANDPsasevteirtcEor I 1 witnessed of the swimming powers of American ;
; workmanship eutwino his. there was every danger that he would TBS CAHW*:JUcE,.A:" letter in the Vermont l 1 horses, I do not remember a more perfect one .
1.... .r*: do so before long. Sentinel, dated afTroy;' In that State, gives the'11 than thBt I was witness to ata The Ferry," near l .
|Ui to one whose beautyis mfr i e And now the second evening of this well arranged following'curioas, incident in a hutter's'lita-'t'' ]Fort Eric, in Upper Canada, where the Niagaraj : .. ,
: th* be wrought fit for Kxoalf .
: ring' series was in 'progress. The cloth was During the past week Mr..Muses'Hayward, of .1 ver is from 700 to 800 yards o and the cur. 4-. t _
r : .'71' -,. drawn-the wine and desert were put,on, and Troj"with; 'his.two; hbbnds, went in pursuit of'i rent peculiarly rapid 'owing to a ledge of shelv' ": "' ,
TbattrtMN' "cheek tamed deadly. pale* as hd repeat after dinner had commenced. game.. ,A' fox :wisr soon started, and the dogs, i ing rocks over which the water is forced in its ',. k- ''. : it !
.. tyi'' ". Jest, laugh and song followed. At last coffeeappeared which'were 'well accustomed to the chase, hav- escape; from. Lake Erie. Until the period I al.. "
'Jie,der: that fatal ring beneath her/Other at and Frederick; knocking on a plate Jog run togethtfK for along time, pursued with I lulu to there had been nothing of a greater -
x.., with the handle.of a fruit knife; by way.of obtaining unusual vigor sending'' fortlf!' at every bound as j power than a couple rowers to propel the ,. .0
Be. that treacherous knight atot tll there jilence; said: the hills their current .' .
they passed surrounding *eICknown .1 terry-boatl across this; rapid and deep ;
ri bland, .
of faithful love be \, (. Gentlemen if you please, w. will a.djoumto cry'He. kept within hearing of them I but owing to the increase of'pop lation on"-b th'* a
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: p> tha drawing room where you will find card tbo'foepnrt of the 'dar; but.in th8;,aft inoon i itheyae sides the river,. the parties renting the ferry ": } ,. ..
t-=- tables, chess tables and all other sorts of tables. : "tated: and be lel1tirely 1 lostthem. .. He'.then found it advisable improve the means.of cros-. : .' I ..
, ':,...i' : aid. ,fIi' era'1'milea... .... wilt lead,1 'rig 1Iy. friend the captain is 80. enamored 'atJhcIoOhd : .. bahirtkitigtha. t b e Y-WO ld return:.t" 'ng, and consequently had a' horse-f rrrboat} ''' .,:;-. i ?1 :,
,J 1101-; V;. ".1 '.- .. oftt'dit.J,'Uht1 lfoachehs .. : 'd 'tl j ''' '
: 'ei t krkit rtrv;' 4J: const runted: tThisflgw l'tu zthhide4atl; pa'dd! Igor :* 'i" a '
Aadliiolba p gentle as the tatiubsometimea!! t3"l ;unsicfoehalfanhtwi'crsoincompanywfhmethough : DO '. a i -.f run !:"fi.;.,yet. uuCifu tUnsr'sureTTKC; ifio "rr :sHeuti f oO iftt 2S3 ,-.: :. : :- -
,_; "" I assure you the' tune-- must have spont a long time in search! ;:' for them'bat all'''were propelled by, tha po\ferkW>' ccoupJe'ofrr: '. ".,;1>ilih: .
. That. ttgbt 1"a b dark bit eyes ire turned: from jiers. thereV been any thing but"pleasant.to him. So allons, .proved unsuccessful. I light days from this two I horses constantly moving forward (tread-mill ,: e. .

Andbit1adttbat alders maiden tone,w- in silence when elone. and each to his vocation." of his neighbors happened to be passing apiece I fashion) upon a horizontal moveable plaUtoim. ". ''!:.f' ... ', ..
: pt A shout of the The of woods from his ., ,. .
approval was answer. scarcely a mile own Minor; I : : '. \;' .
, wrought with sapphire stones, encircled host and guests, deserting the dining room, in a when they chanced to hpar a faint wl. They 1 remember at the time theboat in questionfirst '":.' ,. .
nit fwit* pearl few moments were seated at cards or whale vec immediately repaired to the spot from whence i began to ply, that it was considered quite a : ,' '.::. ",
, J.J.b adi din amend wreathes surround a rav- amusement they preferred. Fitz Osborne and the sound proceeded; hcje' they found one of the i.:tA K : Willis: took up their position at,a small table by dogs standing at the mouth of the hole in which, I <
;-:. GtlDpr. 'IrOre device that told! of treachfiv There were two things which caused the cap. instead avoiding thim.a3. he always did when course quite ignorant of the tread mill business, : .
p'&wJNJJair80me: .., tain fome regret lIe had taken too much wine strangers approached him, ran to meet them, and Willis not quite enough. Still affairs went. though so weak and exhaus-ti-d by hunger as to' not enamoured of their new employment. One '. ,1. .
Oos nMraUf*ttbeGoldsmhh'sgateacavalcedewas on prosperously. lie lost and Willis won as he be unable to move without the greatest difficulty, of them, a grey' cob that had seen some dozen \ .'
t Men bad intended; but he could not account for a wagged his tail leaned![and bounded lite' the! winters, hud a singularly knowing look ; and ..
lied on snow wbite charger rode a knight of grace quiet sarcastic sort of smile, which he detected most devoted panic wfien meeting his master like his companion, belonged to the American : ,-' : i
'olnlleD. i t once or twice in the countenance of his antago after a long separation, as if he knew not how to *lab and baste.hitbsr my child.; ike .ld man cried Make base' nist, and which seemed very much unlike the express his joy at th'irarrival.: j Ho'' then ran f, was. strongly: attached to that "land of ,. 1".. ;-. ..
bring.T unrestrained expression' of he had back to the hole. set a mournful howf of distress '! It '
triumph c. up "LIII'rtya.ndEquahty. seems thatltulte'd. .. :1' A. ., ,
be princely. knight who waiteth here bier I ; I
| ady'rbridal winced when last ,and then them and the convenience of the of the f rf-boat. '
nIIl..' they played together.Vililst again ransack to nv-et owners ;'J. :. ._ "
1" '-' he was throwing and cogitating Frederick, suddenly urged them forward by every means in his power to stable their horses during the night on the ': -- '
tfith fluting leps the girl obeyed her father's hard addressed him : like the most rational being, as if he' knew Canada side 'of the river, which arrangement .t.". ; .
ronmands: ,, "How much have I won, Captain," asked : the life of his .companion! was in the utmost per- ', was by no means satisfactory to the republican d :'.i .
And ill h.'w A ,dlKl' of despair. before her false lure he. i\f\ \i ,1 j feelings of the grey cob. This was clearly 1 .
..iaadel"lie Oh, my dear fellow, a trifle' replied Fitz i. Tools were immediately procured for digging, manifest the very first time that he was inducted .- ": l
: gatMI.-b y j tbrlliDlloo\t, \ aid then with'rap Osborne. "Two hundred or thereabouts; but I and they set themselves to work. As soon as this: into tits new quar.ers, for, when the lad who had ; '' .
ore cried-' mearyto win H back, I can tell you." was done the poor starvirjg' animal seemed to be I I tho care !of them brought them from the Stable ,
'The one's for thee beautiful,
f'. bride rinjiJbiJoVsd/;;' my my M! play nohnore,"'exclaimed Willis, throw- contented, and willing to leavehis, companionwith i to the river fur the purpose of'drinking, and' .' .
-:& .t. ing himself: back in his chair, and folding, his : them and come home tor the first timer during who was muuntld upon the buck: of the grey y,. 4; '
V From: Bizarre ,wo:able,. arms. I I the whole eight dayi Here he did not stay, cob's comrade, the grey: cast a willful look
.;" CItg MAN\ OF HONOR "Oh as you plea -as you please, certainly," longer than was necessary! to satisfy his hunger, across the broad stream where hh \\lIIdcrin. '
|j "Sha1l'qulps.and.aentences, and these; paper said Fitz Osborne "But why baulk your good"ortune I but immediately went back to see the result. eye was no doubt attempting to single oat fr c Voile'of the brain' awe,a man from the, career when you have it all your.own way!" of his, b oor." MI believe I won three thousand pounds of 1 a I feet, came in contact with the dog, completely instead of quenching. his thirst with a hearty .
\ t. : SHAKEsrEAKE.The : you Wednesday evening!" said Frederick, moulded in the solid ear\i but still alive. They pull at the clear current into which he had en- .
cloth'was drawn, the 'wine and desert not attending to the Captain's". disinterested in soon liberated him, but not without much difficulty i i tercd, he but just dippedl hit lips in, the liquid. m _, ,
'. I ere pino6 *..nd Frederick Willis, seated at the quit. and the two dogs met apparently with heaved a deep horses can sigh, and '
1 br'gd.ofldstableIQokednn! AS merry: set uf "Yes my dear, fciend: about that," c said Fitz much joy,jt was,like the tneetii got old and chcrishetl deeply'too-and then moved into deeper water, .
.t... .ffJ4'JP.ta.a; : :: : borflc.lookingrather disturbed.. 'But what i I absent friends. Th j hole was then clearfciLAUJi and 'sighedmine nnd looked again." A friend of,' ,
"1J):=i .t .-t ... t. ..rr'li Mn"" K' 3a A;T J (j-kf,. i,1-; ..'. !!- b.ir"ht3 otter: tog ruihad iiuand., who.was in com Q.i wjth.ms; andstand1- .
'r..Tb ..ll'J' ter or-the feast wattwel1t.two years "There is th-money"said Frederick, presenting brought out hail long,beerTdead,''ing dose liyort;; 'rivcrshoreanticipate"iwbat.-. ,
old, and possessed)! twice as many thousand three. bank notes: '"The two hundred and both grappled it as i if to glut their revenge, was going to happen, and'! he scarcely had made _
pound! as be numbered years. To be young is pounds which I have just won, I decline to receive. with all the ardor that the;: would if he had been the observation before th "faithful grey "had :;
pleasant enough-but to be young and rich is ." ,taken ntivc, when fresh ir"1 the ch tse. waded midrib deep, when he pushed off and .
extreme hal'pin' The f.ith-r; of Frederick "What docs this mean, sir!" exclaimed the It ai Willis not only\gave his son lite, but'bequeath Captain, in tone which betrayed the struggle in the aftern, ..i ...efire'rimed, when one of For a considerable! distance' he breasted thf rapid : ,
cd him money enough to enjoy life. It it be un between feat and anger. them followed it to the di :lance of twent.th'ef current brave If, but in spite of.his efforts to ,
lawful to pray r for the soul of such father: it i ia is "It means, sir, that I have discovered your ct, when he overtook a id killed it ; ln! then make directly across, he vas forced duwnward I Ito
great deficiency it.-I the I'rut."taut: religion, and clever little plot," replied Frederick, smiling i, \v-jrked his way buck to within twelvc'feet of nil evtent fully equal to the bl'cUtllh.f the ,
It sac denial: to :grateful: hcir A very rational contemptuously. "The only thing required for tilt entrance where a root the or six inches: in I. river. For a while his tack and arched neck j "" .
modem( gratitude indeed it is to bask in your success was, that I should be as great a fool as diameter crossed the hole | '''this he gnawed were visible above the surging water-but befo.e. c .
sunny destiny, and spiritedly spend the money ; you: thought me. So you lost purposely and no but in the mean time a l large stone bad rolled he had gained ihe.fartherl side little more than" 0 # .;'. ,
but an occasional libation; to the donor in Hea- doubt, when you had excited me enough, I was which|blocked, up the passage su closely as to his head was in sight what c had the appearance iob-- '.:
Yen is graceful and gentlemanly. It can do you to pay at least a thousand per cent. for the loan. leave only a small opening just sufficient to supply a distance, of white goose floating on the 'f a
no harm-and who knows what good it may do Sir I had not been seated with you five minutes I. him with fresh air; hen' he lived eight days! surf ice. But he gained h s own side of the riv- \
3 oul Your rich uncle may be pleased i "I this evening, when I discovered plainly that without a morsel of food at'the' same'tinv digging er in ,safety: and whea he had; attained the lofty +
Frederick. Willis had but lately begun his ca I you were cheating me." out the hole in order to e.s< ape, but which: served (bank, and halted a mome t to shake the water .t'.\. '
reer. So tar he had proceeded with moderation Capt. Fitz Osborne rose slowly from his chair ) only\ to confine him more :los-ly, until at last faDurin .. fiorn: his dripping( mane, a shout of exultation ;'.
and good sense; Lulu danger threatens m this twirled his left and then his right mustachio, was unable to move at nil all this !mi" was h. ard from those who happened to be on j ; .
evening.;: Oil his right hand is seated Captair looked fiercely and defyingly at the ''bystand the other dog stood with ut calling for assistance the !bank, and who had anxiously witnessed his' J. I
Fitz Osborne, u newly made' acquaintance,apd ers, and turning to Willis exclaimed in loud not leaving him once in the whole! time progress..l .. :,; .
one not very creditable. voice, "You shall repent this, sir. I am a man -presenting an example of the most devoted attachment But this! daring exploit dit not immediately > : ,,:
Captain Fitz O&borne, was a .tall and stout L of honor, and whilst I have an arm, no man rarely egua led by that of any of the release him from. his place on the circular and ; z: I

man. His countenance comically feroci shall question that honor with impunity. You i human species. unstable; ; wheel ; for the next day he was fas,1.. '
ous. Nature had intended him for a fool only' shall hear from me, sir." The writer has seen th fox and dogs and i is ten'd to the eld post and again the ,unsteady I. .. ; ''':,; ,
-but he -had succeeded, by much study and I "I am no duellist," replied Willis. well dcquain'.ed- with the circumstance, and platform was forever moving from beneath his /. > '
pains insupcradding the bully. He had aloud "What. sir, are' you a coward, as well as a will vouch for the truth of every word of the feet. For a day. or two his groom took care in .
.voice, a swaggcring gait, an imperious eye, n'nJj slanderer," exclaimed Fitz Osborne, struttingup above. j the evenings after the toils of the day were \ ;
a large and well dyed pair ot black mustachios, to Willis, and scowling fearfully. "Do you Mr. H. would say to his brother hunters i in o\'er. that ho should not have an opportunity of :. .
which he had a habit ,of continually twirlingwith refuse to meet me, sir!" Berlin (where he formerly resided,) "in all your trying the same experimerjt of swimming across .:: .
his thumb and fore finger. He was u sol "I refuse either to shoot you, or be shot by catamount and bear bunts coon and wild goes C the river ; until at length, imagining that he had :iI. ,
dier by profession, and a gambler as an ama you," said Willis, "ilWugh, indeed, after descending chases, tell among all }'oucstories one that beats lieeoipe perfect! reconciled to a Canada lodgtnjj 1

i tuer. lie could not )live on his par, and bethought to be- ,a gambler,,I might-- well go a little I this." I \ : ,'he'again: permitted hint to go at large to i .
dexterity plat}' ai easy and creditablca lower, and become a duellist Still robbery anench his thirst at the stream. But the faithful :: I t
way of increasing income as any other. is better than murder, and whilst I swear to retrace DUKE or ATHOL.-The estate' of the present I} 1 brute, it appeared!, still remembered tho i
The result proved bis judgement correct.- the steps which led me to the one, I also Duke of Athol, Mr Colloid informs us, IIj, immense t S. home or hh youth," and'again; he plungedjm-. t ': _
His purse was always well stored and he wasreceived swear to take no steps that may lead totheoih- running in one direction more than seventy to the eddying waters, nnd'succeed in reaching ,!, .,
without scruple into thy best society. er. A man ot honor, indeed!" exclaimed Willis mile. On his estate [,there are more than the opposite shore in saJety. This apparent ai > .. -
Just about this time, however, suspicions were losing his tone of calmness,. his check blush-I i thirty six miles of private road for a carriage and tachment to his own country or his long accus z. ,
whispered about, in a very low tone, indeed, irg, "You are swindler, without honor, or J{t more than sixty miles of we'll' made walks which customed stable was \'jmfcJ'in so ,favorable a t .: \
:t that the gallant Captain was indebted more to mind to comprehend what honor truly is. I.['are being extended q'eryyear.!\ Thcso roads :' light by his owner, that !\Q declared\ the grey ,Y '
. his,finesse than to his-dexterity or good fortune know you now, sir-and the world shall know and paths being made for! pleasure, are laid i cob should never more K i put on the wheel ,or ';. t. \ __
I for htssucccss, and in fact he was but little better you." through the most picturesque and rom.itic scene- compelled to seek a lodging in a foreign State. ; .
t than a black-leg. As these suspicions were With these: words, and before the bystanders: ry; along the river's bank; u'p the glen, cut in the 1 I ,, .
: whispered in so Iowa tone the captain of course could interfere orsuspect* his imention he threw steep sides of the mountains and over their tops; .I A' NICE, CALCULATION.=!lr. Lardner, in a late <'
was not obliged to hear them ;' but though he himselt on his burly antagonist, and in an in- nnd along the margin of the precipitous ;-cliffs- lecture at' New York, sai he had been asked //7 i.
I betrayed no cognizance of such diogrceablo: stan, had borne him to the ground. Fitz Orborne : now into the forest gloom-now opening: on: a ': how the tremblings of thel! retina of the human _, ;; c -
reports he was too well aware of their circ ula- made a desperate attempt to swallow something 1 boundless pr"'pecf, or some sweet vale, now eye could be counted, when the waves of the :L.
;,tion,und felt that the time had come for, a grand -but his: hand was arrested, torn open by maid' bursting on a waterfall, and next along; the side' redlisht( covcr4r OO millions t of million of miles ;: ( ?: :
coup de main and retirement. \ force, and Frederick'Willis, started to his feet, of a murmuring brook. The father!of the present in a second''of time-thfy were indeed found,so ,1>, .
lie marked out }.'rederick'iHis as the \ic- held: up before the gaze of all a loaded die. Duke began in his life time, onci' of the most small that 40,000 of them, would not cover an .
tim. Forty thousand pounds were iu the hands Captain FitzOaborne. may now be me with magnificent,palaces in the ''kin dom. It is said inch. Now, light was known to move '200,000 ;<-< ", .. {
of a very inexperienced keeper, and he hoped at Boulogne. lie wears a somewhat military that in the estimates: of the cost of the edifice, miles in a second of time, and' what was the situation '.. '
hat it would be difficult matter to ,transmit costume, though he is no longer iu the army.- tho single item,of raising the walls and. putting of the eye as it wajs' placed, receiving a J (
this snug fortune to the custody ot one who well He attend all the billiard rooms and ballroms'' on the roof together with the materials, would stream of light'from a distance! which was!' 200- r. .:_ .
knew its virtue-even Captain Fitz Osborne. and is said to be on the point of marriage: with have been one hundred thousand pounds, about 000 miles long-every second it was receiving as -. ', .
lie contrived to get introduced to young V} jjlis, an heiress, of Bloomsbury square,who could noi five hundred thousand dollars.' ." much as 50,000 waves eve'ft'avc' producing a ,. .
and soon after he contrived to lose to him a sum resist his large black mustachios, knowledge o Do you envy' thepo'''issor' of all this wealth! distinct virbration of the retina. Every inch .; .1 i/ .
no leas than three thousand pounds. It was af. fashionable society, and strict observance otlhe For more than thirty yean'be has; been in a (lunatic i therefore, has 40,000 vibrations, and 500,000 '
ter dinner and. much champaigue. the:: Cap.tain's -. law of honor. asylum of Lbndon. i miles long of these inches, ;we then say that the : .:tI
own lodgings, that this artful loss took MC&AL.' I I retina of the eye trembles four thousand eight .J'i '-. a '
place, and Fitz Orborne could scarcely help _Rogues and fools guard their.honor. by steel The first elephant ever setn In England was hundred millions of millions of times in a second. '
.Ilu hi 1g as ho saw Willis depart in a delirium traps and spring guns; men of character an d about the year 125T: and was a present from. the, I II t.I [(4lIOtOOO.OOOJOOOOOO.oton) Pott. 4 ,' ,
of joy this his first successful l stroke in'gamog. intellect trust the l tatty barrier. .of their good King of France to Ilcnry the' Third. i i iBeing !i 9 {
The Captain was invited by Willis in rc- deeds. I the only one? wnichj, till then had been :'i BETWEEN SURDA -It. _, ;
turn. i is stated in the Amsterdam HandJeL Llad. that 'f ,
Two or three friendshe said would meet seen this side the Alps crowds flocked.to fiehol.l '
him, The magistrates of Londan have announced the amount! of merchandise exported from the ri
butthiswouldnot prevent him from giving .tbe, gigantic .nure which aanc conqcTfJ: ] tostill '' .
him his revenges Fitz Osborne assented to their intention to commit tor felony' in all cases | be this Behemoth! of IL.ly V rite' Thc-M isroll i HviJ ot Java, in the year 1840 was 73,972,792 ; F.

this arrangement cherfulljv lIe mado up hismind of attempted suicide. This course of proceed preserved amo-ig the clo-f -!,. amour; (;Hw.' liorins.; h-6,715,1:33 florins in 1339.Til ., .. .,' ;,
to lose again, but to a small extent, so as ing has received the approbation of the judges. orders concurmng this anirrul 1 I. otic iv.tc! i>, taeSheriffs : *:: HuiS'Mi fiver is frozen over above Hud y,' ::: :' :" ': : .:.' : .
i, not to excite attention in those l1thcn Henceforward' those who attempt to take their of Lori Ion Y. A '
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pre ; directing; b'tiMiug of-a si.u, :111'111I many places iris used for sleighs t" : ::.;. : '
\ with another quiet evening at Tiis own lodgings, own lives must make thorough work of it, or go j house m the Tower of Loiidon, of turty: feet > pas. The Delaware still flows on peaceful&ndi : : ::'.a ,: .' ; i
l calculated finishing the business. It was to the, penitentiary. i long and twenty wide, for the King's Elephant. i tt unobstructed. ,, t 1 J '

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Isaac ,W. Attry Q IVjUioai.>J'crpeTI, 1\1tf'- 7UUareteapeetfullyinformedthat7QaUistriire S :.J.baJ1 }.
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t I'' !r tt" JV0m.At Savannah Georgian. editor of the Savannah Georgian # _
The following decision is founded upon cop. The complexion of
short a Houses
embodied in the following paragraph
Charles wfflpwtef '
\ J The steriaisdisappearanceof
of theDunocmtic
I m It confirms the doctrine :,
a rect principles. much business
f t t. \ 1 :' tSildoo, Jr, of the firm of Gildon & Rowpll, of.1' large mass of statistical information: concern- with reference to the loans being done. The followLa

I \.1'j Taryersrille, Twiggs count), fruni Martin 01 n ...uu3i.'asexUb'ter'nthgILuan I* f '. "*. empire. It annihilats party the claim;the bonditcs setup for I the most important proceedings of the House tl C J
1 '. \ December last niakis r ih.n. ,itJvJV r 0Uulsidlis '. >
the 24ib i oj landholders in the Le islaturc of the right and power -to tax the 1st. ,1't
i I his friends here should publish uu the fits I alt. arc thglalest
bouds. To do would 26Ir..
these so Blackburn
filih otjf the to offered
people pay
.. > ioh. "orl:: Their -uutry cuvet ono resolution V
i which have come to their knowledge, t>ieihc uses.. Thisground call.
1 fuits'i not be to apply the taxes to public, the Auditor
1 and
ncir ing V
'' I bone that they may lead to investigation.Mr. ruifac'eo the glove. .t upon Treasurer for all the
of the positions assumed
learn was one
ana we :
1 I Gild JB bad repaired to Macon to negotiate over; ,'arty fiver hundred millions oi acres Sr. ,Convention in 18339.Tho information he, has relative to the situation '&
'o.hu'Jt unjoundedm in the Joseph of
1\\ some money m tiers. The following letter their teut.plains The! or steppes Russians, aru, ho\e\'tr, bane turn .J .. Supreme Court of the State ot Connect the School lands. Mr. Williams oflereda ret. ,<1!
Savannah iiI .
and at
... to his friend correspondent the
I I much of their atteuiiouof late to manufactures. icnt, has decided in substance, I olution respecting Captain R. D. A. Wade.
the last received from him,and as it was written' "':
I ; ve'now 7000 workshops, or State has no right to sab cribefoiwthe' stock ot [This resolution recommends
i the day before his disappearance, and throws 1 hey b nearly the simplegrou&dthat : Capt Wade and
mauufdCionev envbying 412,9JlIMthrs; andweckiufn. any rail road company,-on his officers and
; light on his business and future intentions it Ls soldiers to the favorable
,, "oj\ {, O i ihet.. stabrisbmfut-s 600 are the State revenues are the proceeds of taxation noticeeiltthe .
given to the public : the of War Department.] The '
is private
23. list Mtouifen goods, 2271ursilk3411 r-r.candle ; teat taxation taking, nomination "

f i. '4 I,I Mr. Sir : Enclosed MACOS we send, Dec.you ;i receipt m-k.ug, 4i'for ni> tapir bard\Vut ,and the r ttvr' property fur.public uses for which, under the Jas B.Cole, as Auctioneer and Jesse A.Brush,! 'I
cneimcal culur tobacco and works. constitution, the owner is euitk-d to payment ; Justice of the Peace for Paiatka ;
1 i '' for 94 bal cotton, per Young's boat !\Lt. paler in the form of were advised ;:
i the nieans and that to take private property
\ I 8, which you will be so good to insure, a $35 The internal trade circulates through and consented to. $:' ,
of rail road company is R:jt a ;
of such busy and crowded fairs as are held at taxes for the use a '
z ': per bale-Mvhich nukes in all 216 bales. We the litu. 27tK. Mr. Lancaster gave notice of abifl ?
hither goods are den brought to public use within the meaning ot : con t.,
i ; have drawn on you for 84000, 60 days. We Novargoopi, '*,
increase the number of Senators.
ar : will bare before the draft becomes due, 150 the value o( nearly JCS.OOO.OUO: ,' of which at tion. Mr. Dane, ;
i r least tenth cuiues from China. offered a resolution to adjourn tint&
bales more in your hands ; say about the Ibih oi one on 22f&
: January, we will ship ; and say about the first Tue five other fairs of Correnaja, Irbit, Ros- ST. AUGUSTINE : of February. Mr. Westcott from the select: '*

4 "ht February, you will receive it We shall low, Krcchebbk, aud Ktmny, ia the Pultawa governKnts -, I I committee, reported that John G. Smith wuoot- .
Krs "
vt of Perm
' \ "draw'oll you no more. ( Friday February 1, IS.12. entitled member from
I. Yours, rfsp.-ctfullv, u:.d V ukuizk1.: 1-;-et-nted wares, taken altogether, a seat as DuvaL., wii
thc isitimaied amount ot 82,5\AOUO. thatVra'tt C. Allen,was the member elecWMr.Lancaster
; GILDON & Bill WELL. ui isii, to "PI'lrttlptes and the 1'eopleS l!
I ,:, ; ?Tile draft above mentioned was negotiated ui L'hv tutal oi Ru *imports from foreign countries ., reported favorably, ofjnakinji., .

1 f \' .' 'Hawkin&ville Bank in Macon, and the proceeds lor loa, came to something under land. :11- D* Lieut. Col."m.. Gates, 3d Artillery, left new county on the East side of Esc mbia Bay

) -f 'I received in CI D'ral Bank paper, with a 000,000 fourth, oi consisted which one of twelfth consumables came;by one half; this Wednesday fop Pensacola, via Palatka, The contested election between Mr.Dell andHrS' 17
\ i He mentioned ut tl e that to one
: premium.
I agenqy; manufactories and fourth which is ( the HeadQuarters of his Branch from Alachua, :was and nowJ::
'r, : lmeetlht>engagements at h.-uv-, they bud ne tlof w.> fur tue use of one designated as argued on :

'-, 'II''F. ',: .- a small t portMi .>t f the amount in i| "-eitunJ.s Has inauutac'iuri 1rl'd euous. Th gross exports, Regiment. tion of Mr. \Vestcotnhewbol subject'wax.%!

; //1 '; ',,, s aDd failing tootxsm them at the agrticr. Leaf- lor H ho'rettr': Ib36. t lure to neaUrJ6J4.W; UaUOtJ, definitely postponed. l
e w 4. terwards obtained them at another place. It b: ul'wbicb a ,filth passed through Riga, a tenth BT Captain R. I). A. Wade, ,arrived this afternoon '...
\ 28tb. Mr. Lancaster
i.. ,I, 1 also known that his firm was under engagexnents thruugn Ode sa'a twentieth through Archangel I in the United States' Steamer. S.Haruev. gave notice of a bill' .

: I' t 1 for such funds for cotton bought for about Dud 1'uganrog. We regret to be informed that he re- concerning limitations of actions. Mr. D.1nef .

' l : '- the amount of specie and specie' -funds obtained his c'er.to.bc-remem. amend an act concerning partition and din:* "
ceived an injury during .
J' I '! by him. The cotton shipped and,to have Frurn the Philadelphia Ledger. ions of estates.: Mr. Blackburn reported without -
I 'l'ue in Mr. tiered from which he has not reco\'er:
t MR. JAUDON'S CASE.- testimony scout, ye-
vt intended the draft
been shipped, was to meet
enable .
amendment an act to creditors of Bonks ,
', drawn on his friend, advances made his firm: Jaudou's cast j un the return ot the habeas corpus ed, and which causes him serious inconvenience.We .
: and then such paper of the firm as would m i IK fore Judge; Randall, was concluded yes.' wish him speedy recovery. to collect their dues. A bill providing for hdi. $it.$

i ture here by the time the contemplated last lerduy murni } Nyihuig ot auy importancewas f I IIT ingckctionswasread a'secatdtime. A bill to l

,. I j shipment would arrive. 1 elicited,, curing iuis exammaliuii reli-r- Thk steamboat: C. Downing Allen arriv- restrict the powers of Justices->f the Peace CQthe

i I., \ !, On the 24th December he bought at a clothing 'e.ice: tu lae ..t It"god conspiracy to defraud ,thysH.kuuldtr.s the Southern Poss She
ed'this from of bail and'referred ffL
i A I .i Ji the U. S. Uauk, oiucr luau thai I n orning subject was to the
store an overcoat and pants and at a hardware : cJian'ncws.. Fort Lauderdale has Judiciary Com uiLtec. A bill to provide penal..
f. : store a pair of pocket pistol and: a ..<,"vr ..,.M.I.-Ill OUt tu U.e nCafiiJ uf'alit tiio partiesc..ait bri.rgs IJ (
r knife. His fri-nd*dmn the purch iv. r.t c'..'h, Utl"l& ;bc LeeurdLrxctptin.-, per. ( b cl1 broken up. t'ivecompanies of the :3J Ar.tillery ties for the rtmoval of personal property mortgaged ,'

: ing by a country merchant, wnere can l.: a.td.t h.I,.. .1 1..111 ,J'',: lltrvai Ul the COiluU s iJ\c..i.c.: ae at New Smyrnt" whence they will to the banks WAS referred to the coming '",:
, I Ii and of 'Inon t u".v, <''f. Ll.uli.C UUd Juuuut I II I.L ,
o purchase arms by young it march by lard to l'alatlia.a tee on Corporations.
.rl u jau.ion, a uruitur of ine accu > i
I travel with '
to especially *nun' v. toIVMIUUJ U. "
t I an occurrence authorize a cJuutt cf o hili b'lCll'-1 l''';, t :'li.i.3 ui ore t.'. JU-tu1t.\; UII.idle and i j jJuuai Th rmumetcr at unset stands ot''70. WeIiMave jyh. 1J r.Long offered .a resolution reqnesU :;:
: -<' .uuU.1 u eiucjid inttran i'grteniinl, of! : ing Congress to defray all costs mcuned in t Ike, .,
I .. n'fir:5niBtsides:: pasIi the season of chilling frosts. Our '
'" i...rtut rsiuu ;i the Uail!>HctJu.1 rcierrtii:t: to, and'; of criminal*:in ,this
I ? ho always expressed to his friends & ...- ......1", _o t ks are in full bloom, sceuting the air prosecution' Territory. '
J I here the most sanguine expectation that his hu- lUii-ii'i Uiu. v rain a3, A, {*. rfuUduu, ,\\.u .....- f.1ran : Ja p. 31. M r. Blackburn gave notice ot a billcunc'iningsecuriiles ,

\. J siness should in three or tour years make him ot the Bans to carry on \HlC': Lu-;:1es ,as their |! with hji! rich pcrfum(', bring promise c.! Iomlhinblikc : anil, other purpo s. Mr. .

'I independent which from his known ingenuity, IilgCllt.. Under this arrangement the witness ob- i( a p-thoug t \J very 111,11 '

i3 4 I t" they think impossible'should have rcitcr ttl.u,- tamed, at dillolunt times, about two millions uf'tro.ii : -cf this most delicious fruit. Long of a bin: concerning roads, highways
ol ,
i "' had he thought otherwise.He c:. tl thf Hink, with which lie purchased ; ferries. Mr. Elzuardi introduced a bill relating

I. was known on the 24ih to have had a considerable : cxnuii and lnuSiCCu al Novv Oiiuuus. He'riJi } r-congJ'tsy t a to executors and admiui-itmtors.. .Mr. Dell ire.

H ::: sum ot money about him, but since, allowed U.o per cent commuaiuti ou these put- j t 13 The excitement in the House of Representatives sented the presentments: of the Grand Jury of :s.Machu
! that -auJ staled bat his charge was added.
t day trace chases
p no remains of him. His horse
ts' and saddle bags remained at the public house lii the original{ citotuf the mercliaudit I j caused by John Quincy Adams pre. I county. Mr. Dancy offered a rescJu.l

.t I t, where he tint put up. On the J3d he was attending The goods tour' then shipped by him to them i senting tjie petition for the dissolution of the tion requesting Congress to construct a roa4frum.St.

''I' to business with his usual celerity of ,,* rligtble iiurbjicau inarktti and suid. Besides j Union, has at last been allayed by laying the Augustine to Palatka. Mr. Atnaa -

1 '' 1 despatch, in-taking receipts for.cwttou shipped, : inj com.nission cllty. .'d him fur purchos-I whole 5iJ ject on the table. Congress will have.i fered resolution relating the Magnolia Bas.
a i I" negotiating draft, recei iiigthpamount in C-n- ins the cottou anu toliticcu, which ainuunlcd to : .
rbutica.iuu time now we hope, to consider the more pressing Cr11Vorth.
Mr. Steele resolutions
"' 1 tral Bank paper, converting a portion ot it into ao 5i4UUOO, tn; \\ \lIQS saia ne rceenud u i I complimentary
i' ,, specie funds, and despatching: a hithi* h [ : cOfnIl1i?Sttm"' oil the' return or .ul'je<|Is that call for their attention. More I| Gov. Call transmitted ah official state., 1.t 1I

x. I corrf pondnt here. On jht ii4ih ai'vr in-. , V.IJK/U itin'lU'ilod to upwards than two month1 have passed since Congress i nient of the condition of the Jacksonville Baal; t

, : [I \.. concluded his principal l butint.j in AJao.n, hf'I ui ;:r'ts,0 iiioii, :-iiiuking ins e'uijipfiis'jiMon\ a* met, and bat tim c has been wasted in squab. I I also of the Peiisacofu 'Bank. Mr. West?
i bought::such articles as he nn 'ht have: .lght nct.ut iisi.ig coU,000'i'hi, lauuey ua u,,!. il1. g *
,. .: .,. he stood in need of preparatory! to leaving tor e-d trout the' B.iut b> credits pas cdjv.tUu wilJness' blirsjr. I (rum the Judiciary comrrritteerrepottedistiiune's theta ': '
: S home. Under all the circumstances known to accuuut, on tickets or orders signed by Mr. j A'dcba ;c arose in the Senate on the 7th inst., l -'.f tlic Judges! : ul the 'SuperiorCuwteg|( :

( j .. ; his friends here, they have come to the paintul Cow lrlbwair, Cashier. The profits arising tot awn Clay's mctioa to distribute among the o-hcr t, were inadequate: to the st-rvice-s rendered, udrtc ..to

I I conclusion that he was murdered in Macon on' the ptincipals in: this transaction amounted to : States that portion of the proceeds of the public Hiuiie-iidt.ii that Congress be requested to ifccrtavj :
: the evening of the 24th, and robbed of his mo- about $50UU1)wnich was equally divided be- land iWtised! by certain States. A good deal their s:+lariisti, yUH dollar Several '
I ney. t\'n lli ui. 'the witness! s-aid he paid the .
a. I( Mr. Gildon was near twenty.wo yrars od! :!).t"'fJ .hl' all *lr Iiti'; !" uliiivst:t tut. rc.inai"i- tf V'KU ,* tboniinj! : cc-rredand the d'tafetak: bills werertuil a second tim The House ad. ,:1

I I ,.;!- ,\ and K!"" jl I, 1.is l.ts': *ii 10 Ula ti'.t'.i:, ho L Ui-:'-intli. Ul a wiile rJn.e. Noihirgdeiimtv: ; :ionc with' vj"ed certain uuininaliuiis, and: then aJjIJu'Io "':7'il'd"

.1' ; :. : 4 position, and p>>d weer the: cJBfidc.nce: ot ail with Luht.iUU. the motion.An .' : ,;
1 -. : .. whtll 'Le bad dealings. < It also appeared in evidence bttoru: tliu jadge, I
Feb. 1. w'cumrnunictiunfrom the Governor
f t ': "". I He had been married, but his wife died short. that this buMtietH! wa conduced thruugu the 1 Indian said to be a brother of HalleckTustcnuggce
f. '\ ; ly after giving birth Committee Exchanges, and : was received and referred to the Committee cit
;."' \ I to a son, for whom he continued on Foreign uppn.\\ at New Smyrna, attempted two
Hh, "" '.4 to express the warmest attachment in his rently with their knowledge and consent custody : 5tbuOlalld Colleges. Mr. Kelly oll-rcd a mI .
letters to his relatives, and which indeed seemed two of the gentlemen wh'* were members of the or three nights: since ,to escape from ;I alutiuii requesting our Delegate louse his enf T

i ';!. "' much strengthened from the fact that his child committee at the time, testified that they were and was 1ounJ'd'i.n the attempt. \\ hile' in f[ dedvon to have Kscambia annexed to

.:,' had no living mother. wholly\ igiiuranljof, tin nature of die iran..ac> his prison house he lay on his back opposite the County
\ The editor of the Macon 1Ion, LIllO would 'C'l have permitted HH. Alabama, which was read and indeftnitelypeat-
Telegraph seems to [ progresshad door, before which u sentinel was stationed and
ti t ', have taken the .' he kuvu'it.. ThKCi.se has been The commiitee the
, gossip. as calls the reports, ney ; {lOolpo.ned cuniplatn Id that he was sick, lIt bad managedto jHjned. : ou currency report-
at the hundredth mouth for this article, rather until Monday nu.xt" in ord>:r tu al'HIlle: I I t-d without amendment a bill to relieve thePeo. ::
than to have sought from authentic sources the Attorney G\lIc."f} who i> ardent troin ihc !\ \lip his handcutfs oil": and seizing an opportu-
1 of Florida from the evils of a depreciated
facts involving the probability that a fellow being an oiiporluuily' return and pl\ricq'lk{ Ir. the ifiinidianJ asp:mg, kllwC"t.'cJ: the sentinel down, t pie ,"
) had been murdered. 'howt'vl'r final tilt d," f currency, which was made the order of the day
cruelly If argument ou ui uoii t II 'eii.ir <: i.edelendant ran a few yards, He yelled in triumph at
1. he is in possession p( any facts unknown hale from aii'tat. forthe Ddl An act to establish: sundry fer "
: the exploit", which aroused the guard, und one I
to.authorize his inference, he will relieve ninny I' -"" musket ries was passed. Several resolutions ordered .!
relatives of the fired his hitting the Indian in his thigh. -
a painful appre. grunt
the Ffaridun.GERaTMANDhKiNG .
' I I were .
I hension by publishing them. It may bo (llJ'o"il. .-A tfauk proji-cl is ill elm The taller sentinel almost immediately reco\'( r. yesterday passed.In IlJ

,, ble that the: editor unwittingly, may be giving a \tr\it, 10 cut up and g.riynunder the Territory and fired .his musket also, and FO efficiently as the Senate Mr. Brcckenborough introduced "

I direction to public opinion uited to the wishes info Senatorial, lstricts"so| as tu cur,bie sonuof to wound ,he Indian in the same leg. which disabled relative $
of the guilty. I'i! a substitute for )Coopers resolutions
Barons I
the Whig Rjg to retain their places in'
him and ha
retaken und
.. ." ,. the Sen-ae. i'hey have a spit against the was secured., to the faith bonds. They are preceded by a long '

LIGHT HOUSES.The most celebrated light. sturdy Democrats, Pelot! and Cooper. They 1- fanfaranadc, full of sophistry as Gor. Call'

house of antiquity was erected by Ptolemy, in waiit some chance to get DuPont in again, and Capt.: dwynn's command, while scouting in Message as a Preamble. The resolutions i to 1-

-" the island of Pharos, opposite to Alexandria Livingston, und pt chance one from Hamilton. i WuhooSvi amp, was fired upon by Indians, and f-

,. \ Egypt. Its cost and height have given rise to' So it ts proi.it-di I tiniivnlvV+'st' Flo'--i; into r i sergeant; and ode private killed substance,are:

; such absurd stories that its true dimensions or four :5f att'::.: z ;t Sti.i.ctl A ot Indians 1. That the bonds are binding; but the Terri. "
I i. irt.t attempted to cut off the
: expense cannot be ncccrtullt'd.lh".Ih SU :I w.is .- -;, t' \ ", "a.' '.I t. ; tort can not meet them under present circum.
I f 'ita': leDtity that to this day the turmPirn: ,*" OMUV--I ,J-: *-ri .. I' : >... .h i''x j.re-s n it-r in Cabbage Hammock, between I stances.

: is used as a general sense for a light-huitu'. Fiunda..s>.1u,, H \vii.on .\ij.? U.,.i'r rc"iuf *, FoilsVh clock and Ru ell. i
2. That the bona fide holders of the bonds ate
The most remarkable light houses of the present i U tied to Columbia, here Col. 1'elot lives.-
day are the Eddystone on the rocks opposite !! Duval is left tree for C. pL Lancaster. StJohn, II I Sqnabbliiiff. i advised, to prosecute the banks and obiaiosecu

to Plymouth Sound, England ; the Bell rock t i and Mosquito are put in the sauce bag, and I; bate that arose in the House of Representatives rity, and it is the duty of the Legislative Council

t j .. opposite to the Frith of Fay in Scotland and Alachua and Ilillsborough are yoked together. bn the 27th ull., Mr. Butts who4 has to render them all possible aid.
the Tour de Cordanan at the entrance of ,the South Florida is not to be subdivided. Now we
figured somewhat heretofore let fall 3. That committee shall be to ri-
Girpnde in France. This latter was begun in warn the Democrats to watch this move. It is' some re a appointed

1584, and completed in 1611, and was the first an in i.ou3 effort to clv.-- und fu.il \OU.. They marks in which he charged Mr. Upshur, the port a bill to provide for the preservation

( .' on which a revolving light was exhibited. know m East Flt..naa.l\1hIJle Florida, and South, Secretary of the Navy, with being ail an open; securities already given.

1 \: There are on the coast of Great Britain 133 Florid cry: arc whipped j :eyond hullo'.vin .- I avowed, undisguised advocate for tne immediate 4. That under whatever form of Government
light-bouses. There are in the United States In the \\\ ..t trey are: pret-y' coi iil<>tabty scar I 1,
: light-houses, of which Maine i; Jissolu S ivo of the Union." ,Florida may be, it will be the duty of that Goterumenl -
has 25
containing ed, but iriv get i.i two.V'e iloutt if the organic
: lamps New I.'otln-1: Mr. Wixtl.hk.d i 'this on the and Mr. the balance due on the beads.. .
' ; Hampshire 4, ar>153 l lu'.v autiiuriz s this plittinr: up' [spot to pay

lamps ; Vermont I, and 10 lamps ; Massachusetts ; lie,,;. W..y nut gift) each .rt.trictill ..u- .t u.ml.i i Bolts as.setut no Lad it from Mr. Ujishur's own ,5.A copy of these resolutions\ o beformrded :
34, and 300 lamps ; Rhode Wand 9, and b9 Scintur ; : "it S 'u..l- would Mai 1 E.st- :: and i
'i .et' 1:1 lip->- ad talked with him for hours on thesubject to the bond-holders, as a response to t citda
I lamps; Connecticut 10; and 96,, lamps ; N-w l'rl: l',,:,ttite! iii-jr MiddLlive! ; Southern, u\i ;
i York 20 and 327 lamps ; New Jersey one of 11 a.: lV, :oi;ci.; :".u.-. AX: l>i.mocrats, or perl.IIJ'S I mands. _
} s ; lamps; Pennsylvania 2, aud 14 lamps ; Dela- :4 Whigs from tiae I\\ \.sl. Mr. Wise then wrote a letter taMr. Upshur. A substitute for these wasbffered by Mr. D*|:

\\ .:" 11'\ wire 7. and 74 lamps ; Maryland 13, and 163 -, 'j'\ : detailing the circumstances, and ";-requesting to pon The preamble is not quite as long as Dart

: lamps ; Virginia 7, and 85 lamps ; North Cam. { FIRST ATTEMT TO TRADE WITH CHIVA.-III':; be informed whether he Mr. Wise had assumed Brockenborough's, and the resolutions are to'theftbllowing )

lina 7,and 94 lamps ; South.Carolina 3, and 32 1733 or 17J7 u llic|darn & IJp uf aboui40 tunsburthen too much did Mr.
\, \ lamps ; Georgia 6, and 60 lamps ; Florida 8, and' comm-incli'-d by Capt. iWllett, sailed t or Upshur injustice. purposes: ,

106 lamps ; Alabama, and ::lamps; Mississlppi I', from B.x>ioii, and put into the Cape of Good I Mr. Upsliur immediately wrote 1lr.Vise an'' 1. Any action of the Council on this subjodr;

3, and 29 lamps ; Louisiana 4, und,69 Hope.! There weru lying. there some English answer, assuming: ;Mr. Wise's denial as his own, is premature. undignified unwise, and '

I lamps ; Ohio 12. and 75 lamps ; Michigan 7, ships b>tuiid home from Canton, the captains of and stating that' he 'was almost-wholly
1 and 713 lamps ; in all 2,147, lamps. Massachusetts whicii did nut feel plfosed that ihe enterprisingand unac- sary. -
: been prosecuted
quaimed with Bolts their stockholders
: has associations were dif- 2. The not having
a larger'number
.l light-houses than Yankee ibuuld on Canton
daring go to and *
.i I any other State.-Susannah Georgian. I; offered to give him j,two pounds Hyson tea t I ferent, and:no t conversation had ever passed between to insolvency the bond holders: have no t

.' I i. in exchange for unit pound of ginseng root !- I then!. mand upon the Territory. '

The military'preparations that are reported be I Captain Hallett accepted the offer, sold all his Mr. Bolts has published a card, requesting a 3. Under any circumatincesthepeopeott! "

; i .. going forward m Texas, show that credit is gi. ginseng root, loading the sloop with tea, and re. suspension of public opinion until he could Territory'will sanction the dectrineofl *
i Ten to the rumors respecting another Mexican turn-d to Boston, having: made a very profitable -
.. : i i I invasion. The grounds for the apprehension t vi y .gu, Ti-is i-i Mipp ><.'d I'} bav; been the first produce his proof of the charge. cl ation.

f. I\ are indeed strong ennuhn to justify the p-.-eau. I,I :ait 'ii.i'f tit' ant." o.sn.. '1.1 commence the understand Mr. B.,has published his card blue '

0 won, which wuutd ever fa'exc5'rJ. t.! pr vent Jil".O I t.J.i.'. which occupies: four columns of the National The buildings at Fort Peyton were !
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... i' surpraefromaoeineiny. riiv.'r.-cai| bn', d >ubt Intelligencer. Thus stands the ground on Monday afternoon last. IttewP"
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4 ,( that Banta Anna I'eeU. every inclination try The Gr -at SVestern.hn..crossed and ;;-crossed posed to be the work of an incendiary. t

4 thefotuneof battle, once again, with the An. the Athnlic: fur three years, without ,once WAYS AND MEANS.-Rail Road

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Ocr f&.fa information of bur country frfcndse .7Iars1iars &1e.By ,Jfotict. I N tlu. S : I

Virtue of a writ of fieii facias famed out of I be sold on Monday sold WILL
f. gift,tbfc week the pries of negrocv Superior Court for the Middle.District of I ,'all the real late: of John Yetmana.: for able the Judge or lie County Court of Alachoa /S k

I here on Monday by tht Marshal, tbe property Florida, and to me directed and deli, recf.1 will expose the benefit of the creditors. '- County for letters dismission on the Estate of Wia S

>der Watson, for specie. They were at Public Sale in front of the Court House in Ternuofnlff: CASH on delivery of titles to par A Tucke r, lade of said county dec. S

I ; of Ale the Town of Lancaster on Saturday the 19th day ol chaser / WM B. KObS, Executor. :, Feb 10 :, BEKJ XM1N MOODY. Admr. ( ".
1< a choice lot of eight as likely negroes is' could March next, between, the hours of teb and twelve o'- Jacksonville. Feb. IS. 1812.WILLIAI1 I :. .
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be found in any market, with--excellent characters clock of that day the following.described property,to J\'otice. S S S S
' and! Q.l1IRK'SSiolllachic Morthaher date, I will the Honor -
wilt all that certain tract of land .situated lying SIX apply 10 -

r : being on the Snwannee river, in the County of Columbia Bitter Tincture blr theJ d&e.of the Qcuuty I'cnrtofAIscboa: -. S :
} Tom a field hand,about 25years,( lck)|9605 4 mile. elit of the Mineral Springs contain County for Tetter of dimiseicn en the Estate:: of 5

George, do. 25 '" 670 ing 40 acres more or less, together with> thatfmyrovementsand A Remedy for Dyspepsia. Lewellen Williams. late of,aId (DOUr.dee. ".. .

Joe do 22 ':700 farming tools! also corn foddei...-Bacon, : -:0- Feb 10 I, F.A UNDERWOOD' ,.. .
Hou.eholdaodkl1chen urniture-Takell the property .
John. do 25. .715 Jared Everitt to satisfy judgement and costs DYSPEPSIA is a symptom, or rather aggregate Payment of Florida JBilitia. 5- .- .

'Ben house servant, 20. '630 I ot suit in,favor of Simeon Smith.Jr., & Co. indicating a disordered state of iNOTICE is hereby given, that the Pay Rolls of/ S /. : .
the diges ive Thence arise nervousness an- ol Florida Militia entitled to .
A ,A STEWART, Deputy Manual. organs. t> .
Lyla, cook, 38'. 325 Alligator, February, 1842, easy, unrefreshing sleep acidities, bilious vomiting pay at St. Augustine' Bld-k Creek, Ne.wDansr1"and -'; S J, ..' : .>. ..

! Martha house servant, 17 500 nausea,or disrelish for plain food, chiloess, clammy All igator, E., F. will be kept open till thlt 2 -. : "

Van Winkle, 8. 300 District of East Florida, mo nth,foul tooge, not dry skin, restlessness, langour February 1842. to enable those persons to draw i thor ; -S .
I Rip t SUPERIOR COURT. head ache, flatulence, depreued spirits,:cormtipatiou pay were absen|when the regular payments were S : :: S
!' Miking an average of 553 dollars all round, IN CHANCERY.WilliamPrince. of the bowels,diarrhea/and.generally\ all those uncomfortable made to the companies. / -,- .

i equal to 1,117 dollars in Litbnd i! Trust or sensations which are usually termed BILIOUS DAVID HUNTER, S : 5- .
.. and are dyspeptic symptoms.- Additional Paymaste, S
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which were great prices ] '
Bank.money ; .
U ; John M. Fontane, These are the ordinary symptoms of dyapepsiabut U. S. army.; -S.-- 5 ,.

! taking. -:,into consideration the hardness. of the Executor of (George F Clarke. dec- if circumstances'accur lu favor its development such St. Angnstine. February, 1842. / .: .
as sedentary employment, grief anxiety, over indulgence -
of decree of the Court of RegulurPacket .
times. BY virtue issuing out in eating or drinking dyspepsia of a more / ? -- _,
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for the District of East Florid aforesaid : '
dangerous: character will be produced,and othersynrtorn .
Was taken before
cr The following affidavit and to me directed and delivered. I will expose at arise, the countenance looses *u freshness, the Packet Schooner EMPIRE. LTMAN ; .::..

the commit tee on corporations.>. It shows additional public sale iu front of the Court House in the Towai frame d mind their activity and vizor; and ,other 611111 Master, will leavrf the above 5 ...
% Jacksonv.lle: on Saturday the 12th day of March vveoiy. Invalids aud the/Public S -
reasons why the people should not be held diseases follow in its traiIL' generally S
!; next between the hour of 10 and 2 o'clock of that This preparation the peculiar advantage are respectfully informed that tjiie packet bu. : i :: S

liable for the payment of,tho noo day.. to wit : One t bousand acres of land, an undivid'I removing the prim possesses try cause ol ibis disease by in> extensive aud airy accommodations, both for Ladies ', : -- .

.There were Territorial Bonds account ol ed'part of eight thousand acres situated on the West parting vigor and health action to the organs of die and Gentleme'h;[and for speed and safety cannot be ',' -
', Bank Florida executed I have side of St. Johns river, above the mouth of Black I / surpassed. I' / -
the Union f as gestion. It thus relieves bowel complaints, intermittent < .t.j
Creek, beginingone mile above place calleJ White The Subscriber returns his thanks to bis friend, : ', ';. t I'
informed, whilst 1 was Secretary of Flor.id or bilious fevers cbilaes; ague, and all the dis .
been Spring and running upwards aloeg the bank of said : and to those why the but vessel .. 4' ., ...
< > I did'not affix the Seal of tressiug effects of Dyspepsia. To persons prevented give preference to ; .
f 2,000,000.
,.ro.f. ot these Bonds. I.recollect river Johns, bounded by said river in front; en the !I from Uking sufficient exercbf,. the STOMACHIC generally, and trusts. that, by stria attention be will I 5 -
the Territory, or sign any rear by vacant lands, and on both sides by'lattdsb- BTTTEE TINCTURE will be bond highly ben H- continue_to.merit'a share of pubic patronage.- j,* ..,. I 5 ; :-. S
; when entering my one morning longing to the said Clarke; also one other tract of land -
cial as a cordial 804 esbil rating tonic, rendering un SUPERIOR COURTISTRICTOP .: :- .
I observed many pieces of circular papers containing one hundred acr" situated on Amelia. necessary the too frequent use of Drastic Cathartics, E 1ST FLORIDA. S1 .,

.on theflooF. aud. enquired of Mr. Copeland, the land, and separated from tl.e town of Feruandina by which are too often resorted to for temporary relief, V -

Private Secretary of Governor Call, what he by Kgan's creek bounded on the South by said creek and followed by injurious: consequences.This : S NANCIU. SA'CHEZ, .: -

.h>d been doing with them. He informed me, : aud by the lands of John Baclielot, and on all other Tincture composed o f simple vegetable: in vs.- ;:- '_

I that the Governor and Qthers hadbeenexecut.. aide by vacant land, to satisfy the scid decree in favor grediems, i is= peculiarly applicable, to the numerous George P. Clarl:e, Jametf Garcin and Sampson ;t J"i. .

Jog the Territorial Bonds on acc of the of said Willi.im Puuce. together with the costs diseases of Children ;Hit strengthen tbd ir digestive Williams, Executors of., James F. Clark, decd.i : >. S -

Union Bank during the previous &t .1 expressed : mae charges thereon. organ, increase their appetite. and gradually 1:1)11lau : and Frederick Clarke/and Washington Clarke, '. .. : ", S

my ,astonishment, as I had requested -. JO3. S. SANCHEZ, Marshal. I I.11arslal's foundation! of a strong and vigorous conatitutit.n.Li j infant children \\ind dqiisees f James F. Clarke, '- ;'

i the Seal of the Territory't the I Jacksonville Feb. llth: 1612. will in iuol eases of sea sickness, be found a .ceaied. I ; S
: to alBx S S ,
Bonds, nor had any intimation of the intention Sale. pleasant preventive and remedy.DIRECTIONS I HANCERY. ;t : 1 S S
of the Governor to execute the Bonds. \. Y Virtue of a writ of fieri facia issued out of FOR ADULTS: -As .u aperient, take'a table spoon- viiine of idpciee issuingontof, the Court oChancery -S;. "

I I was afterwards informed that my office had : B the Superior Court lor the bistncl uf East ant two or three times a day, in double that quantity BY I lor/the District of East Florida alure- Jt 4. ( .

been occupied until one or two o'clock at night tloriclalIlId to uie directed and delivered, I will expote of water. A. a tonic, take two tea spoonsful iii halt* Baid, and to me directed and delivered, I will expose .f'[ :! -

by the Governor and others executing the Bonds. at Public Sale, in front of the Court House in a wind glass of water (lu case of lea aicknet.: small at Publie :ilu uf front of the Court House hi the H: t .

The Bank officers were in the habits of affixing the Town of Jacksonville, on Saturday he 12ih day! doscsof thirty to forty drops frequently repeated.For City oi Si Augustm; 'onyaturdjy the fourth jay of ,; '

Territorial Seal by permission of the of Marth\ lie it,oetween the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock! Children about ten years old, half the above Ddccmher IIdt/II the hour of 12 o'clock, M, all the 5 .

Governor. On one occasion 1 called,with one< of mat day, i he follow ing described piopeny' to \\it: quantity-and for younger or older children in pro runt, title and/iut re8t of the Defendants iu and to 'ii'; ., S 5 -

: f the Bank officers Mr. Rutgers, for the Seal A certain tract or parcel of land containing hundred portion. If the doaes are sweetened, they will be the following described' property, to wit: "All that :

C his bouse and obtained it. Governor Call at and fifty acres, situated and lying in Dtival quite palatable without being impaired in their erfica.. certain lot orparcej, of land, containing seven English f' : '
#t County, about one mile and a half from Jacksonville Prepared and sold by
Private cy. acres more less, lying on the Westside of the road -
his to 't
pat tiine'gavc orders to Secretary and known al* tbe Brick Yard, bounded on the north WILLIAM QUIRK, or street withiu the limits of the Ciiyfcf' Si Augustine, t

luck; up the Territorial Seal so as prevent' its by public lands on the Sou'h by McCoys cretk un Licentiate of ihe Auothecarieb".Hall, Dublin. and know/i by the name of the Old y Quinitntas ; 5 "!

being in my custody. the East by La Villa and on the West by lands ol I U ., G Broad street, Charleston. bounded on the East by said road or street fix chains f f -

JNO. P. DUVAL, Hurt, together with the inriroveuieuts thereon, con.sitihg And fur sale by aud twenty links, I laud measure; ou the West by intJ t -

I .nt"__-v.. ,.. Ut ry jhe, of a Brick. dwelling house aud other out buildini. CENTER. RODDY, & CO '' Si Sebastian Creek; on the North and Eolith by two :5 .

Territory of Florida.fiworu 1 W _St. Anjustme._ JanJW: 184i.: : !! panHei! lins runmug) from said streetor. toad ou a ; ... I
-ALSO- u cotof South eighty one decreeVest-the laud f
to and subscribed before me this 1st ; ,
A tract of laud containing two hundred aiideven \ out South owneu bv Joseph L. Claike, now Jacob 5 i
day of February 18-1'l. ty eigh* acre Mtuuied and being UI the Ct"llUtv of Is HEREBY GIVEN TO CHARLES GOOD1K1C1I r'onua'i. and on the North owned by John D Clarke '

E. E. BLACKBURN, Duval, oue mile Norah East: of jAckson\ile! ,bounded. formerly of Newuansville, County ofAuchuj > now Veuaurio Sanchez-being parts of a tract or I .

Chairman Committee on the JN'urtb by t'ubuc laud, on the sonth.by Ue!I'I Territory of "'luriJ
: on Corporations.The Creek, on the taut l>> lands vf James Dull ui.d > n tile been tiled in tho ullice of the Clerk: of the Superior: with ail the rights, m, ml>ers and appurtenances there .-'t't :
Boud-holders and those who sold them l West b)' binds oft I) hart, together with bUnll hiu' Court fur Aluchua and llulsboruu, praying afolect. unto belonging und ever) part.and parcel th ,eof. -- 5- !

gular the iuiuruietntiiu, herr.tiitJinenU and apperUnanres )- llllre of a certain deed of Mortgage, bearing datoA ALSO-A Legru wourm slave aged: about forty r

arc using all their remaining strength to force thereunto belonging or in any wise ajn>eitaimng. the IGth day of July, A. D. 14S: given by the eaidM nine years named Maria, together with the future 1 S 1.

the people to assume their liabilities, orstave Taken the the property ot John Warren, Charles Goodrich, to John U. GauUrvy. of. 3yalUla /, 1 increase: of the said negro slave} -To satisfy the aforesaid ... : S -
to satisfy judgment and cost of tuit in favurofluses, in the State of Georgia U the use &c:of cert4iicreditors .\ decree 11: favor of'tne said Venancio Sanchez J "

off the consideration of the question until a more Currj., of lh. s.uU Goodrich therein namedyby aud the coats and charge,* thereon accruing. f"- > -'

fitting reason. Squirm gentlemen, much as JOS. S. SANCHEZ. Marsh!, which deed of Mortgage \\a* convened to the/said JOS.I J S. SANCHEZ, Marshal!; ". -

will have to own Uy J. GUTTEKSON, I). 31. Juhu U.. Gaitdrey in tru" & ;. the property hereafter Uy JOHN \1. FONTANE Dep. hrshal. I .l' '_' S '
you pleuseyou pay your Jacksonville, Jan. Ulst 1t42.7rarslsah's, inenlioned. to wit: All tint pidce or parcel of Imd St. Augustine. :Sept:: 10 Iri41. ; .; : 5
debts. Read to yeursclves a little of the same tdiitaiiiuii fifty acres, situate lying, and being in the The above sub: is postponed until the first .',r :' "--' ;" S
about faith ..calc.By : county cfAl.icl.ua in the Territory orflondi/and adjoining S
sermon you have preaching Saturday in [)t; ember. ;, .
; the 'of .NewiMiisville, which .;aid lifiy -- "
of uf fieri facias ieiiedout of j town
writ ;
a sale until the first" Sdtur :' -
and credit and how like them. The above \i postponed j '
honor you S
say auperi' r Cenrt fur the District East Flonda acres of land ate divided into live lots of/leu acres S -
** ** 1* "* *** ** I I day in Jauuary. i S -1 <: :'
; m?*??' JtTTS! ? t each three of which lots were conveyed D. .M. T / 5 S
dire and I ill ;
and to me te,1 delivered vv :
exposeat the abova is : .
Tho sale of to .
DIED-This afternoon, of tetanus .FBINCISKoLiNA.thifa I public sale in front of tlll Court lloiibe i in the town Dell, .\lIulini'lrator uf Thos ail.lldyd.iydeceased << of property postponed .

\ :) son of the lat Bartolo Solanaaged of Jacksonville on Saturday the I'-'th diy of March to the said Charles Goudnchby deed1 billing dale I the fi.i.LS3 saTcofthcriwbvc;J layC5tb) February; next.5 -

:, a bout 16 years. next, between the hours of Leo nuJ J two o'clock: cl f the llith da, ofJiiy. ,>. D. 133d: and described mere- The oper. **postp -

I I -- that day, all the right, litic and interest of Stephen: in as follows to wit: Three !I.'ti ot laud: .ituJte, lying until Saturday the atli day of March next. :'. '

\ I'asscugcr! Eddy to a certai.i lot or parcel II la.id I lying and lioing und being in the c.l/uty .Aluchua, containing ten acrtd .1ItrsIal's ..fIttde.By -
of known evch, Deing & part of the Last)Half: of tho Vest S .... .
the Jacksonville tliu
in uri plat or
Charleston Dr.J
IVrschoonsr Empire, from 3i htand virtue of ;writ .,f lieri facias issued out ofContt 0 '
) plan of,caid town as lot nun ber: two in number ijuartcr auction eleven,Township{ range 5 .
square .
for the District, of East: S
1* Einmelk ttnd Lady Mr. S Smith, II Cohn, I furlIlId! bounded on the iNoith by lot number! : 'ai;;liieen, South: ntd last: and known as! lots number I Florida the and Superior tu me diicte.l I and delivered! !, I will :ex- -. S. '.: :. ,' .
\Valker.S P Marchrsan W James John J the uutlt the F.aal four, live and ..ix. The other two lot of said the, .
seven, on by Forsyih strl. t. IIn by atl'ublic rtdlf'f' in front of tne Court tinu e. ill S :'. .
lot iininber three. and the Wet lot number 1. were clIlI- yed by Vilham''fullier to tho said pos .
on by II .
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and .
Hedrick, N U Chafee, B Makcnny, CaptJJKcnyar. Ihe'l'o\'VnorJark"on ilp.o.lhelstdaVllfJanuary: ,' 5
Un half
iheroou Charles (joudiich as follows twit; : part orshare '
the .
Together Improvements ->isiing: -
the l.our.s of aud o'clock (5f that ,* :
next between ten two .
.,tber"lo deed data .
: the
of bearing
two by I
of a coKveriientdwelli, n<; Ilou-e, kite len &c.: tjkn ,.:' -
1 J Southern Posts the,10th of .\. U. and the remaining I day. a cer'i.i'ii iie-jro womii: to 1.&\0 named TEN A-' 1. .': S
Per steamer: C. Downing as lilt property uf Stephen Eddy lotfy jtidgnu day July, p.W ':.:. -S -
Taken the oil Johnarnn, to dtisfy
-Lieut Sho\cr, Messrs J Ferreira and Heath. and,cost of uttof suit in favor, tf TilllI thy "Vighitlujit. 1111:1'met: or share of the sai>y'two lots: by deed bearing I as piuuerty 1 1of favor ol" Law- to
stilt in
judgment.ami co-.s Jo.-eph "
date hid A U. liJD.diid: ; therein de .
Perfctcomer Richmond from Savannah-Mrs JOS. :S.: SANCHEZ. Marshal. 1'ricu.jJOaEPll i- S St
Bribed follows, to vvu yall .ho,.e two Imsof land ton ar.d 1uIii : 5-
D. 31.Jacksonville ui '
-Henderson and sun, Miss'Henderson and servant, ByJ. : SANCHEZ, Marshal, ". '
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and in tiio Alachua, h i 5iJy S
Mrs Haus, Mr I) Manucy. Jan. Ul: It:I1.. lying! being cuuiity of Aewijan J. GUTTLUSON: I). 31. .- .
the Ternary of FIuridiadj.itiwg the tow n ,I -
------.-- '---_ "'Iarslal's Sale. ville, con t-tilling ten acres otluda each making Jan. 10. 1813 : : -

PORT QF SAINT AUGUSTINE.ARRIVED. virtue of tvvovvrits of Lien facias i issued' out together twenty acres laud, being a part of the e.tsthail'tf : The *.1.elv1.o\ ;'k'' Dry Goods -

BY cf the Superior Ceurt for the District of Eas- the south east quarter of nee lion eleven, township I blare- r : -
Richmond Mendell) Savannah. t'londa delivered I will eight, and range eight eu. south and east of the -
direrfed and
12-Sieamcr andjto me expose Subscribers having returned to Una place -
Charleston. Public House in tn base line,and known as los No. one i I) aud Mo. two THE --
14-Sch. Empire Southwick, at ale in front of fha Court select stock of fancy dry Good,thankful -
Town of the 12th (";) the lot No. one ( I Iis that whereon the building S .
18-Stcamej-. Downing, Alien, Posts South >Saturday, diy o lor the liberal patronrgu bestowed upon them '
March\ between the hours of 10( and 2 o'clock! called/ the ,Alachiu House (recently erected by theiiidCh4ileC I "
Steamer w. S. Harney, ,pierson, Tampa. next all the ,. when here befoie, they solicit. share of the same from .
of that day, the property ', to wit ; An that Goodrichiiovv being re. audits vicinity: S '. '
following ) oft
Steanirr W m. Gaston, Henry,Posts South. and of the said two loN,ol which the citizens Angus tine amongtheir : -
certain in.ct of land siiu-ited. lyinc'and bd inaining pait portion ofAllipiutM. -
: or parcel dock may tie) fonn-t a new and very rich$ style -
SAILED. sing on the Uiver St, Johns, in tbe County of Duval. the equal share or ti.ilfwascouveyedby: the said, Wil- Plai.1 and Poult de Sole Silks. 4.4, 6-1 and --S ; :
13-Stcatncr Richmond Mendell Savannah.Vofi're. .
iaiii A. Tucker to the said Charles Goodrich by deed S ..
bounded the North to thee ,
on byJlan'U, belonging 1l) 4 rich Uniii-li" Silk ShawU. Indies silk Cravat Sand
tate uf Rubt. and ktovvn the Dealing d4le the GIll day of July. 'A. DI3The ..
Coweu.dec., by name Gauze shaw, M:ilm de Lxine,(chin and plaid
./ of Bucklers BluiF on the West: by St. Johns Utver, : said fitly acres of laud are sometimes called known I!. patterns ) French and I'.nglisli prints and 44chmfes. S -

( IX Weeks after date. 1 shall apply to the Judre oa the South by land of Benjamin Thocip ou, ancon by the name .sfts.drich's five lou Z; : U4 BreoheshawN, large plaid worsted shawls, .
K3ofilie County Court of Johns County, for the Eart by 'Public land*, containing tifiy acres And also'all that: tract or parcel of laud situate, lying French neltd-i blc&atii' colored Scotch UingQains /
l leuenof Aeininittration the estate of Charles W. less the there and losing in the county Alacl.ua in the Terr- : '" -
mora or together.vvuli improvement; Mourning I Cal.coe-i: genuine, Brussels: thread laces, .: .- -
t1trke.l..te of said county, dec. on, coiihuting. ; ol ac.iivi-ment dwellin" hou e, kitclren lory of Florida eoiitiuingeiglity acres of land in purchased Lace for :;h:11:1, 'i.4 lilick Crape Black. Fillet and .. / :
_F eb 10 GKO. L PHILLIPS. Ac.-'lakcn ustha properly of Andrew 1). by John Tuckea of the United Mates two ..ice VeiN, Linen Cambric Handkerchief"! 3Jadras.Idkfe S "
oticc. vv ood.ln satisfy judgement rid cost ol suit in'favor parcel?, a per'Hecp'uers rtCeipt of 22d December Paper Muslins.: (Russia Diaper best family > /
1837, for forty and 9.100 bcre., and described there .
of James Bardtn. Sen and Ii. Phillips.JOS. /
Hardy Misses
1"l"g Cloth Tuscan ai.d Straw Bonnets,
be .ohl Public lIle"at
at Garey'. Ferry. in as the South cast thusoutli east quarter
quarter /
WILL 8. 8Al'iCIfEZ.Iv.bal.!\ ..
Straws. Crape Li 'se, black f.lkaud raw silk those
7lh "f
F., on Monday, the l1arclf. nazi : ection nine, Township seven and ange ., "
By JI GUTTEKSON, D. M.Jackscnville twenty 'rince Albert's silk Gloves, wbite and col'd.. floods l / ;
,JlO1E:: : MUt.tS: ; WAGON: CAUT i HAR | 'elghteen,'SGuh sand East And the oilier plItcelaa i / '.
Jany. :)ls(, 1842.Jlarslial's while WeUhanJ Saii: Flinuels, Qedticks. : /
ViESS; SADDLES; BBIDLEB: ; BLANKETS; ,_ perlteceiver' rec iptof ICth February, Id39 fur for- 4 1 4 :ltiiry
TENTS AXES SPADES TOOLS of and furniture Calico,silk Cravats and pocket hdkfs., i
; ; ; every decripiiou y and IMUO acns, described therein as the South .
( anJ a variety of other, PROPERTY, be. : Sale. \Vet of the South of Section vuuiber sixty klarseillus: :,kirt.., DiaperTowels; hephr Worsteds, .\ S '/ : '
virtue of writ of fieri facias issued of quarter ? Janvass and N es.cadet mixed and drab ; t
Ittiieiiui to tU ,United States. BY a out light, Township number seven, and innge number : ,.
: y)TEttMS CASH. the Superior Court for 1 the Dibtrict of East eighteen. South and East ; And by the said John col'd. Saiiuelt. boys and nipns Capu lamb's. Wool ;H.: "SshirtKtjitted
No Florida and directed and delivered, I will Drawers, Boils: and Shoes. Segars / ,
other funn* received but SPECIE, or paper 10 me ex Tucker assigned and conveyed to the said Charles ; 5 V
.. of specie paying Banks pose ut Public Sale in front uf the Court House, hi Goodrirli. The tract of eighty acres being generally nit'l Toys and a variety of other articles. Also, To ; : /' .
tbe of Jacksonville\ the 21t of hire N EGRo'BO V, about 17 old. used 5/; .. 5 -
D. S. MILES, town on Monday day known as Goodrich' Plantation,' near the town of a likely years S
Capt.: &. \. Q. 31. February next between the hour of ten o'clock an. Ne\VIJ\I.ville. to.Honso work. S. GOLDSMITH &. CO. '

Palitka: Depot. E..F., February 16lh. 1842.! '2t two o'c ocor! that day, all that Tract or Lot pf Land Together with all and singular the building', ten- St.; : Augustiue! January 2Ut.ld42. -- S .

lying and being in Mandarin in tbe County of DH- and aud all aud the c >: S. ,
einent. improvements, singular i -S-j
Yellow Fine Li *nber. IX WEEKS after date 1 htr!i apply to the Hun
val and District of East: Fbrida. on the West abovo described and all and singular the S .
T RF: subscriber hat remaining iu Vard a large by inn Baxter's ; on the .South by the County' hereditaments and piemises purteuances thereunto belonging Judge of the Couutv Court Alachua County, 4 : .

quantity of Lumber consisting of Scantling ofall Road ; on tho Cut; by Calvin Heed's land : and on the or in wise imp appertaining, and tbe reversion, Cur letters of Administration ou ihf estate of JAMKS j } S
diuiennions Weather Boardiug 1. 1!: 1J Jk2 in. North by the River St. Johns; curtaining thr ce and and reversions remainder and remainders rents, issue MARTIN late of said county, deceased. : 'L.

,Boards, offers it for sale at the following reduredpriC61 : a half acres, together with all\ aud singular the appurtenances *, and profits thereo ,aud also all the estate right, I Jan 1, 11?. R. S. Sl'OUGHTON. : .; :" S- -
: and improvements thereon or thereunto title interest, property, possession, claim, and demand Notice. S /.
torMerch Lumber $23 1000 f.et.* belonging-Taken u the property of Ernc: 't per whatsoever, as well in law as in equity, of the Persons indebted the estate ARTHUR S : ,,
Reffuse 15' .to satisfy judgment of!Torclosure and cost of suit ALL : -
said Charles Goodrich, of in, or to the above described VICES lat Columbia County, deceased.. -
_-.r:!fclg W It'B'. MACLEAN. in favor cf John M. Bowden. .
__ premisei, and every part and parcel thereof, with are requested to make iuur) S. SANCHEZ
JOS. Marshal
The Cheapest St. Augustine the appurtenances. cliimi i nott said estate are rd Per J. GUTTERSON Dept.lIoflhaJ.J.n persons haying ft//;: ..
6th January, 1842. 4 ta authenticated within the .
Dry Goods Store. ISU.fd"f1dstratoJ"s ed to present thsrn. duly S (,.
.f 11M. Subscriber ba/jutt received per rch. Em. REGULAR time (two years) prescribed by law, or they will b. -' .

-.J. pire.a new and full$ supply of Goods selected forever, barred. $: '
witb NANCY 8YKE3 Administratrix. '
great care,expressly for this Market: ; which he ,
fer.for sale at the very lowest possible prices. Pursuance oran order of the Judge of the STEPHEN 4FRANCES.. GEORGE E. McCLELLAN, Admini irator.. } ".:
Part flr the nock consists of : IN County Court for St. Johns couuty the Administrators The undersigned take pleasure in informing :_. __J : ;. /

,Calicoetfjoui! 10 to 20 cents; French Calicoes from !. i will ell at public.:auction. on Monday, the i the citizen of Saint Augustine aud the For Sale. 'S

1*} to 50 cenu; Mnslins: Muslin de laines black and 21st day of February next, the House and lot belonging _ Public generally, that he has newly fitted THYT UEMRABLE RESIDENCE S in .'} i V / .

Hgured Silks Linen; Linen Canbric Hdkfs-.Mrck and to the eastfta of Philip Solana Jr., deceased,situated up tile above vessel in a rnperior manner for the St. ( :Street, next tu the residence o -A i,' 1
colored Kid Gloves; M its; Silk Bonnets,With Bonnts in the City of St. Augustine, ou the East side accommodation of Passengers, having added to her B. :5e tI. E-q The House contains foa :, \ ':' 'I ':
Hood. Charlotte street and bouuded north and east former conveniences an extensive and airy cabm on --i-:. / 5 '
; Ribbons: Artificial flowers, Silk Hhdkfs Sue by re"!i's a"d I don:-ie piazza with other nee e ol 1 \ 5
penper; Stockings; Jocks; a splendid assortment efweweuy .lot of Jobn Dry dale. s.nth by lot of John J lied deck,with state rooms; and hopes b) strict attention I kd'r uorahL;oittbuildiu; :,satUtheil The lot ia 75 lett fro J 7 .
rick ted west Charlotte street. Sold for Ihe 0 his business, to receive such shard of the public > S ,
and Cutlery;and great umber of articles ; by b "ftJO/etftileeii.' havingi it a f,A fruit trees J.l :- I
too benefit of the creditors. patronage not his merits hall deserve. >: S '".'. S / ; .
numerous mention.. will be fold on accommodating terms. F or.forth "-, ,
Thankful for just favors, he hope that by strict attention ANTONIO M.SOLAN, Adm'z., Freight and Passengers taken on as reasonable particular enquire of, JAMES KKOGLU.NOT. ., I j S : i"

he will bite a'ehare of the basinesn. : MANUEL CRESPO; Adm'r. erms as by any other vessel. 10 141. '.,' :., ". S
'* FtblB it J. (:OIlN.4. Sc. A og u iin., January 21, 1842. July' 2, 1541. LOCh 3 COXETTER. .:

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' ,. stiJ Qierll lljt3aiC0 "air ,_ ur. Isaac, W.-.Awf-f. /; Wjlliani'tT.Perpall, Mercbanit .y OV/re respeetfulfy informed that 7O MJCXTIXO ledge of the af.r County date i'hhaq yh't.IW i@: r'-' f:

I andPanora, Jfa; ', Ssog.T 11.'Q-uwyofficeforth0exdusiva'sale '1 for k.te".r Ad... Gnarls iamkieC '- : /
-, i.1Ilmm \mD1m. aQ.u, .- tvs. I I of RANDR l'u'13 VEGETABLE:; UNIVERSAL ism .. tap nn h ;'.
Vi J..CI"meot..late
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:I.! : ..- \ Isaac W. Ashy tf PerpaV, THE NEIGHBORING V

:;t.r < & WILLIAM I&JIKK'UU'JlOVED are hereunto subscribed, for the purpose of placing i I vs. < STZKT O-is my office ror tho iaW 1 .

: i the business CUUlIectedilh the l'res'; epos morecertain I -, .| Arthur A. 'Brown. or URANURL'fL'oi VlGETABLE /

\, r: '''''' a CU8CEMIUTED I. foundation, preventing tho.-.e disagreenieuli (Attachment for 163 03-Damage in Assump. !'ILLS..1'rice twenty five cents Ul'UVQ8A1: t
< .i. Compound Syrup: of barsaparilla. vliirh might arise Hum conUiciin /'intercstr.umcugilieuiMlveM 'V tions in English pet box..ith ,
t. .1: ?j'j ; ; 'V sit S500 00.) paDsh: Portuguese aDd

.' ., SolS THfc tUb OFbCIOiUlltU as well 'a* ftrr the purpose of throwingaruuiiu f E Defendant, and others interested, are here- The high and uoiversal reputation.or the Getmy Br ';
* ,'. help inteie.ts tln! se salejiuurds which experience 1'11 PiUs, readers it .
Adct"ua. notified ef the institution of the above enti- unnecessary to
1 \.i. : comment
1 ; .,' to their piotectiorafaiutt their largely
\ bu tiughttheui are hece ary, iUQe8. "
V' 1. 1' .t I Au.euu..vi Ipe Laver. the l looses! sustained by careless of td: suit I') Attachment; and are requested to appear. galive.medicine As an anti.bjlj 5 '
frequent they .!
are ,
kb-.watlc Goui, lead and answer thereto occording to law. un ; '
i fraudulent customers, do agree among themselves, u purifjing effect on the blood is :univerpy 1'-
,4 DOUGLAS for Plaintiff
E::&II pal'"'' U"caU"D, follow T1IO. Ati'y alto"- $
i ,' I Paiululf nlAf,vmeat of the Knee and Elbow adopt following: prices, and to observe the Sepu23n841. 16-3m thempe ever used.bave approvedaadtecomq" .
V & .. (he rules in the management of their business. used yIn
iI Joiuu.Cuuatoai, .
? 1st. T am ur SuactfiFTioHFor weekly papenFIV. many cares where the dreadful

:jV ,.J I .' a Eruptions.Uecoadwy ,, Sore Tbrutts Dollar per anllum./ ::;ewi."eekly papers Su > In Attachment. II alaou had laid bare ligament and bone ra7alea. or tilpE
V Ito".IIUI' sad
) ashen
NOcUArDall'alu. ID Uie Luub. Dollars per annum ; aud Daily papers Ten Dollar: JAcon G. SOVLES.- 3 appearance no human means could pre lire lid

1"'J :s Uicenuou* uiu _w"lln .
Aud uibcr luCttl iu.iuul*, depending upon contlf new patien a bit ant till the money is paid. take notice that I hare by virtue of a writ health ; the devouring disease having been .

'auulI.1 I iudwpu.lli.u. :.!d. I&K.S or ADVIRTISISO. otnglesgnare of of attachment issued by Justice Phillips: attached a eradicated. comli"

I. l i I IIIU wurdf, or all advertisement occupying the spaceof Trunk and Tool Chest,the property of the Defen I ', Inconsequence of the pleasantness of their

BtfcuMMENDtD BY lilt word of the usual advertisement type, if ea dant, an absconding debtor, to satisfy> the Plaintiffthe : tipn, they are uuiversa y used in ep IIII
Sir 'Htu" Hti.uiu, l1f' .'\_..,,j Cooper. Doctor tended by cats or blanks, for $1 the first insertion, amount 49 37 4. Said writ is returnable to Justice i wide extended eouiury1 where they every uctioa .rr'-

s Murray, Dr liuoper, Dr. tie. Le. Sir \'\ iiliaru F.r- /nJ 75 cents for each continuation. Two or more Phillips' Court on Saturday the September next:I and are fast; supercedlDg every other are made kap. _

', dycttr. C..iieii en .u..ta>:<>v joUu 1'\ ru' j. air squares' m the saws proportion. Advertisements eu-sungthc'datehereof; at which tune aud place the professed similar import. Upwards prep,,..... :

4, e r.' )i-" Juhu AOelutW. .J>
+ ;i ;_ i i wt Migery toe Utfjal Culle,w of duitfvun{ I' will be charged as IWo.V here advertisements are KEOGHC.C: : use, since the introduction of toem cnredsolely into th.lj.5 tn ,

;: AND THE A103T EMINENT: OF THE sent- without any special, directions... .as to the, number. I StAn__ '."oinelOtb August 1841Carpenters' States, thus establishing the fact, beyond aU :1 t
MEDICAL: FACULTY of insertions required, it will be understood mat ttey n Tools.OJBLE that the Brand el /:l'lJ1s! cure tba (apparently d--_- 1

t : ur THE are to be'published until forbid; they will hereafter be Planes poaiie aaeases by the one sm.plem of conrii.2 mop
r and
V + r U\l'U..IJ a \Ttl:5.: continued at the discretion of the publisher, and i.y Do single du Smoothing Jack do evacuating the bowels: with then until thediseu ?
t } arged according to the foregoing rate,,. Legal ad. .1 way, therefore,whatever be
said : !
: 'e It SariapaiHiM U Lit; u'aI.1 n.cJic.i &g .tii ju''.tty en itisemenis, of which the term publication is find Do do. Foie doDo e UTILITY of the riucTiCK may of the 'fa :'

'' 5 l itled to UM cl .i cter ul a uu.c. i !..urauv,i. -Juliu by law, will only be exempted from this rule.and do Jointer do DOUBT. is now atTaae tit,
laiicOKk. Al. .1*., F, it. d., **UUM .i the Medico Augers 2 in. 4 in. 8 in. & J.ia. Panel and Iron Back
VV j stand ing yearly advertisements, $:U per square. As Brandreth'a Pills
ocitt A-c Saws Axe Claw ahd Hatchets cue Scurvev, Fever (
w, i luuuical ) Yeallya.Jwettl.era who renew advertisements' ; Shingle Carpenters' ; Ague, Costiveness and its Vg{'
i V( 'l'hlllui'.ra1a'11i uuiade from c.ard'ully keiectfd : of four Compasses ; Jiuiblets ; G S: Socket Chisels; Iron consequences, lea(.... ;
.. ,will be charged $"iO, and allowed the space men, and travellers to foreign '
.. i iDatentta, rod t'u't ever aI the I'r"I':11IU of as4 in the weekly $75 for the same Squares Sash Tools, &c. be withoutthemin regions, 'MaW;: :
4 *MiitU in aigti degratt. .It i< pioveu bj the expert* squares papers. Brass aid*von Butts; Table and Cast do, order* to re"ortiuuttmoa ':
.. apace in tbd semi and tri-weekly paper, and $llijn l occasion of illness. No
of thus O1I1't".Iullt l'bj'.ICUIU. and tuIKwUS 'Screws by the Oil Stones and almost medicinechestiregp T
?I .1 gross ; every
I J' the daily Where theadvertisementsoven no where they are 1 ime
papers. ,
or themSi
u we article that i is wanted in the above line. lJ11t" effects :
i 'of thu couuu> all1 'IIUp", diet oarrapatLU4 :
y the allowed, the excess will be charged by tt.esqiaie. provided kel
space they are dry, Gentlemen iS
..a".aU""Ii".II"'UltLflI luw..Jylut iLe All these tools are warranted of the best and most : will find -'
r 1 { from a distance must be acMmpaineuwith medicine
V I II. oI..UeU b IS. JI eS.r, Advertisements manufacture. one that will.ensure health to the
i sere of r..000ubij j [" ") ) "II, improved peoph
\ 't the money, or a respectable town their estates. t'
I i, T I and UJa.I ..tLCIC" I" d d.'. t ll..WoluC... folluty.dy ., ,II..e'luu.t August 27 WM. B.MACLEAN. aBe
: relt-I DC given. careful and
never purchase Pills
.., : I lAeuL u.c the the .
.' .w.r uiiouncemei.u, of candidates for offices will be UoT received by schooner Marietta Ryan, PKOFESSISG to be brandreth's PilU. fJnjer ,

I. .'j ,' mended for ihoCUllb ArtLtT1Ul'i charged ,Five Dollars for insertion during the can- : f- CUIISTANEE": is anyone of this Jl'JS made an (> CII>,
: OF SCUOHLOid: Alert
,. { : vass. My own established agiots'hilve
z d", V I I CUTANEOUS IJIStasttlalttv:: All personal communications whico are admissible, the best and largest assortment of Lumber ever GR.\YED Certificate sinned B. Urand. th, AI. III u.'

or .. KllEUMATlSM, t or communications relating to one's individual atfairs, h: to this market: and is offered for sale as be- own hind writing 'i, his renewed yearly- D. ai[t'.

c sad Ihatd'pravedcondlt of the general health to puffs, of new inventions new goods, new establishments felt 10 per centlovrer than at any other yard in the twelve months old, it no longer and mover \.

;\ I 'i V f which it U bard to give a name, but is the result ol c iudidatcs. and the like, will be'charged at the \iz : sciiniueness! of the medicine ; it would guarantee be well,tftertl!dw ;ji

1 I intemperance, long residence m a i uuheal'hy climate same"plice adveriinemi I I l.:,,U4'tl feet. merch. I in. Boards fore..f..r Illiclaasers to carefully. exa.uinethe

\ frequent biliru attack, &c. 'I 'Iol. l;.i m u prefeialle 3d. A IILACK LIST jihali{; i>e kept in each estat.lih. :, I:>.IIIJII'. r*'''a"l'du. do. case. '1 he seal is. not wax, but embossed Cents;:

I I j \ \ lu allY etbt-r ioi il.e oUrrrblldntu II ol ?i&.Ja' ei.'sit, an':J the names ab.scoiidmg and delinquent ,., 2jiUU/ uiercli.. Weather Bnaoding, with a steel eat If the genuine medium onlhepapg i* otfeu *<.

.t' t'. ,i I . parilU, a. \ Ibe hut on wntvu its euuieviitue sub. -crt51crs. (those who stop their papers without' .OpU". Flooring Boards, td there is 110 doubt of i its giving complete utiafmjj./
: udarohek koiuiioii.wiiicii nut the in rip ) shall be published for the benefit 12,11110 '! 3 by'tI Scantling, and if all who want .
V cc<|>* u> i } a> < Arrearages it are careful go by tLeTbrni, :
" ? ; : j : of .he craft. And the names of the delinquents : I 1l.IJUO" 3 4 do. dir ctii there Is little}
t, c..e iii me fluid prt:palatiuus. : >ns, doubt but they will
tl.j" .
f ..l't: ; shall be ': May 22 W31. B. MACLEANis ,.
t establishment,
; ? \ .; r t DIRECTIONSFor any one mutually copied'1 H'lIlea b r 70 Meeting Street, is the only plate i."
the Scrofnla and published in the papers of each other. ..i '\\TUTICI: hereby given, that six months atte : Charleston here the genuine ineiiintin: tall'FeObbu. i ied.iiii.l r-
1 of
; is .. l wing thi Syrup for cure 4th. JOB U oaK shall be considered as cash and .L" date I shall present my accounts before the. at tint Brick Store of JOllfl J. HEUKICL r".
. Y Cut nlOtl' AjJectiaiUi;' Eruption of 'ih* demanded on delivery! from regular of the li and in ,
' .. I payment except I Judgf County Cuurt of. ;1. Johns County for re" good order; 11I1 tee si me term
{' : .. r Skin, Sypkylilic and Mercurial I1u.r4 Cu.toulerr. I settlement, and apply for a discharge Executor of, other city being my attiititt :-t. Antll'tine; B'III.II; R_

'I ii }: l'i' tote, Utnerai :Deuiluy, and alt The prices of Jobshall be as follows : Cards, 1 tjtie e tdte of Mrs. A1AK.IA K..RODRIGUEZ. Idle c.." he seen his t ertilkau g i\en fio-w under my koj S Sa.J

10 V l : : f t ., I( Viuiuet! arising frum tmt pack, $:a per pack 2 pack.. $:1 per pack ; over 3 packs ': of laid county deceased of which all concerned willpWetakenotne. seal, of til? agency.: 5B.

: purls blood. $2 per' pack. Handbills. $:5. Pamphlets.. 1. per MATED LAN A.." IJRANDRETH, &1. D. I
iz a V: i. : pige. Blink fo.js.-ip I Mini letter, : 25 per ream- I June 11, 1-4'. Executor. l-l.1 Broad
it table .nful 3 way, N.I
dOle for adult
The an large spo- ." j
.".:J per quire ; folio (post $ > per quire-340 per ream. N. B. Goods of almost '
> f' time a day. in UK in.'iniug an now beiciu ..l niter ., le-is TJA FEW bbls: STONE: LIME, "in good order," every de;|)tion in hi,bi \
l'il" iu.ln than
cirrus ,
I :Yi' "!! ur never per set of business can he had on the br.t
{ breskliat the ... liuic bf-lore.or alter dinner uud .tJ\ hand and for sale very tertu.raeka J
me ,
: ; on
.l c ii'I
: slid as lu$ $'W. aiu-oruiiig to .Ize. bVM. Dry Guspds. Fancy Articles, Hardware !
t taken in two due CDtler ,lhr,
; ror that quau'lty way >" B. MACLEAN.
I. i iipp { 'I 1 of + and other
.. 't. )tll he names .lIo\V lJen. travellingpriifesioimi Caps, Shoe, Hoots Lad's Bonnets S
ht. The Jewelry
r t :l I oar m the' uioruiug and the other nt ni with( 1I'r. chars ler who go off without payingtheir ,: l tiE Subscriber.begs! leave to inform his friends I Bridle, double and single barrel Guns Andshut. day PisWta

J: up luay bet taken' by il'eil.ur nuxtd ab water u.ultitr.\ prtutag bnluliall t bo placed on the black list, UL and the Public generally that he continues the Pouches, Powd Flasks, and thoiiMiid of....
e 'v .'. ; -.t child ten jar* old nauke naif the "ve q and :,iuilisieJ: fur thIS benefit uf the craft. AUCTION .AXD COMMISSION BUSINESS. cle".tuu led ia us to mention. Jantlhopes
.' ,: Cb.ldnto carder or over that age, in proportion. I'lii* Tilt bove ruk.s 'ailnct rlle'ruurnsbis thanks to his friends who have Thaekfiilfur'pastfaise, '
>< riot any special u stingc..1Iacl.of by trkt attention to business '
i j I. does tu i, WIM use 1.1u cuM, , medicine : not dupore > e '
6 [ I white : the present! year. But contracts variant employed him heretofore, and trusts that by strict it* con nuance of the same.
t : :" L require any pailicuki wade of I ting *iu& Itf. irimi Itii-ni will not tie renewed. tention, he will continue to merit a share of Public JOHN J. 11EDK1CL

f sic' ;..1.i i r ,I. !'repired.d.ldby I 'W1LLIAU QUIuK, '1 ne Eduir: and Publishers of Florida whose names pitroiiaje CHARLES fOBIOUApn123,1S41 St. Augustine, I2th August 1:?!II. .
f lilt hereunto annexed pledge themselves in honor tf
f. ,. Licentiate of the AputUccuie: '* li-iii. Duulia. each unto the other, t<> observe the foregoing flutes a,1 llt'e. _

.!' ', 6 Bro d.tieet, Cbaiicttoii, a. C. nth. management of the business of their different lYotlce.. ALL P*>r.ons indebted II) the e..rate'or PHJLt

t I. \ And for .*!. by 'establishments. ALL persons having claims against the estate of 50LANII- Jr., \late of $t. Johns COUDI,;*

V ; .. CENTER. RODDY, & CO C. I. BARTLETT v S4B.4 i'E, late of :;t. Johns County, cU>led. ere requested .t, make immodinti pijW

r, .,' fit. Angaetine. Jan2d,1W2. flu_ Apulachitola GauUt.JflnPII > fec., are required present them withal the time !And all persons hn\iirg Jf I7iaiut-i>;iiiiit ..i.tli<|

( 4 :. ;! u CliOSKI.Y. 3re Toffee.SIX
f t .' af the Apatuchicola Courier.J. ,state are requested to make immediate pay utent.1ti 'I the time of thin iiic, >>. nr ifiey wilt ha l'Jrtfverk>-'
., weeks alter late I Mill l apply 'o the Honor rU KUCEUO: SAbAl'E: red.SrUo.IA.. .
Is, \\ 1':11. Ex'x: \,1 aul AAA. Adma. t
'. ; I bletlte Judge.ol tiiiCtiuni) C-,.IIL"fC..U''ld 'Oct. 9, l 4o. FRANCISCO UOGKKO: I : .
of the T.llatiiissee Star.SMU.EY. ? Ex'r MA1UCICIEal'.U.Adat. .
Cuunthferluh., dtUw. tratuu.ISIS tree i l.ate'4 i I. -- -- -- t:
u o1 ." I ;{".. .51841 .
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w1" V ::. NI8LACK,1. of said County deceased.I i J-rcsIi .IssortmeHt of Choice r.
-f *A i rtta m ft f .. .gtl'h1rT7rlluhasset Flondian. Ealllie *ruaw IlllllrO"ll
V .'". .Jan., J 1 bbl! .Mess Pork, 30 bbl Beer. 10 'lo Cider, ; dtt. .
I LV .,'I, ." I! J. AI. GOUID, I 7" Beef 31 boxes Chempagne Cider, r UTIC: i is hereby gi\m. Tliat six iiiunth ifitr ;

;\ \'t 1 f...:... .;.o.ce. of the Florida Herald. 000 Ibs ch nice lams, 50 '. do. I.. the date hereof the suli-cnl: adnniiKtraJott' '

tl j 1' : 'Ii LL'person. having claims ainit'the. estate of Great. Bargains 00 lines Beef, 30; Claret Wine, theVitsie of MAKY H:1.\ FOitD. bteof\ StMnJ
., :-.V .4, John Herrou. are requ.rd to them within L LYON informs the? &il .Smoked Tongues II) "' Madeira do, County, deceased, will present the account orb\;!>
'. e time prtscribrd by law md all pernn*** indedti'dni M1 11. r.-cpecilully pub. ii.;> keg Pickled do. 30 "' Cordials, administration to the. Hoimrihie the Jndse olbf
that: she bas on band, a collection of VALUAuLK
i:1 V l l d eiutile ur req.vested to mike iMiiue'tiue payTHEubcrit'crb. : Oil)i casks; Cheese, SU( boxes SoPp. 20 d. Starch, County Court of said County for adjustment, u4{|

>+ :r i I co an JU 1.1'11 1.-\4\Ucr. }CUTICLESConsisting Itt Bureau- Sideboards, Card Tables; 15; boxes l'in8'Pllie Cheese, SJO bdls Rum that from lie will thereafter pray leave to dISCIwp., :

,. V.1 i : 021 50 bbl Flour, 20 do Whiskey. 50 do Potatoes, hw administration.
I Centre Tuil-j maible \V"Jtand! with
top; 51+ar-
Inly $.I*.JI
I i R 30 du assorted Crackers, 15 bags Coffee MATHEW SOLANA. ;
tile l-Waroribe, Safe I Bureau ,
V. lop .r Dressing
*; ilarl.tun.
40 firkins Butter. 50 Lard
., ... lia wi'h H targe <;!III"", 1 p tin Plated Branch C.iniii-'Mick; kegs, ,SO kegs Nails. JUST arrived, and'now landing from the Sehr.j
t > .cuwngrd by : ,nU '
.: 1 < ingi ein ail Apple' casks Wine Brie
l 'juaiter ,
A in lot I. pair Bohze Biaiuii Cair-Ilast.ci.9, I pair Cry'tal'; S Klizabeth.lrom: Bonn Fort Mill, icon*,.
aYk '". I'r"1 oelo hiy out I OUII.lIg": Corn \ Oat28: bbls
'Ir' Laups.3.1 :r-il l laiups. I Cnm Itsbags Liquor, tJU.OOO feet 01"1"ellow I'ine Lumber winch will bi
p -> p-tir platti !:>!- '
feet known
100 feet front, and 20U III deuili., lilt pU e lit boxes assorted Candy, 20 laJks Salt.
lIel"! "
: ulicks, 3 >plenuu >ni.is, Silver-edged 1'1 nit b.'scls. from the vessel dirert. A bllf Jill.
TraJer Hill/ the N.1.... Uiver.-Ga very great
y a twB: <>u .> JO (hagv ra'Im! dnz Brooms. Shut
'I'. I ,CIitI41111.I.lIo.J.6 p.ur ol'C.i-tors U bottles in ) bag Consisting of 1 inch, J J and inch Wide Board,
at the Held r | : ,551 Hay. 10 I .35 bbU M lasses
lil.i'ss CoilRope. > and ill
Tuiublers 4 tine Scantling of rimens-
I Toileitu
.. each; utmps, ; IK : ions and sizes. "
.' I. ant in orciipaiion >l Lini-d it. iri>i>| ". us not.. 35 tuxes S Candles SO White
>enu keg Lead
iihiiifdidiei: tl"s. I vai'uahle Dinner Set of 'China. con i>ting of :S | Apply on board to C. J.Anauor .
v but will>e abandoned ) on Die trrmiiM d..Z : tlrt I i-oup tureen 1 custard Bland with 14 l'-5 M Principe Cigars, half and quarter boxa. Oct. 22 W.U. B. MACLEAN. '
J ,n 1 ,j lion of she Indidii troub. in'lri4a. 21)J( : common d('. da do do. _
I I. Tr'>den Hill. pro.iably one "I'thl! most hutlt'yand 1'"lj. ,21'r, it li.uketH.2 mustard bowls! ,.2 butter hotels, 3Q boxes assorted brands Dried Fruits.
j. Ie I: :p; i d jz ditf-rynt size boa Ls,10 dishes ma- "
: eligibleituatios I'llthe tU"IIIIt.'UC"- ent of anInhud :
) do Lump Sugar. 20 bbls Sugar, APPLES Potatoes Unions Driii
.. of ontliin border.it kiiig ell.t.lOll 1itces. 2 pair of mahogany Fool GREEN :
trading town on our
do Loaf
any Sugar, Plums bat
pIIMII.S. 1 China.night. lamp and a variety of eth' Prunes Peachss .io tbt "
nd 70 feel least above (evil ell"lI.e
its at river. And other articles in orders shall possible order
er articles. likequantitiel.AII by the sch'r Seward:; at retail. .
9 ( .'' Steamboat, now in! !{eminent employ' approach Nov I I'J. 1841.V have prompt attention of purchasers pre\ioost purchasing B. E. CARR & CO. j
I the landing in perfect .ateiy ; :aiid the public road elsewhere. ..B. E. CARR & CO. I

L Ending from St. M ry* and oth..r l pojnt! *. t"ward<. Acliiiinisirator's IVotice.TlCt. March 18. Pease's Hoarhound Candy.
f't Snwannee River and rallaliassee. mil ..< .
pa through Fll HIS Ifvalnalile Wildtude
for anJ
remedy colds a .
the ctlItre-.lltd u> di>ul>i isenimiHiuc't li. ii.i-el es r \\T') i-lierebt; gveir, tc all rre.li ors legatees hardware futlery, -c. _H. of sins, fo r sale by ;
eniiiied ,
"* lie tje"irH'liv ol ih- ru11otn the 1"1 "'id 'persons i. dmridution of rile Esui : Wafer '
| and Waffle Irens
Smoothing E. CARL & CO.
- : V ; \, enl \i ill. and tin.-I l.. uin.. lhi m.irl and Uiurough, ....Ju.. N BOUGE, law 'of St. Johns County, ENGLISH Mills Hoes, Iron Seines, Sgadea and
A full
.I fire fur ab'\ pruducM .I ihe ..;.11.,. ". deceased,1 they present their respective claim to>> Shovels, Sauce and frying Pans, Round Bolt Brass ARY their assortment of other j.j.B.
on hoeks.
j The ipoi abounds wilt the finest springs, issuingat the subscribeduly proved, within two years from Candlesticks; Mahogany Knobs Glass do Brass nails own _

various point, and within the fourth of a mile and the date ..hereof, or they,will be forever barred ; and Cut Tacks Cut Bnds Horse Combs. PRIME YPRES SHU
!,.. of each other. all person having demand against said estate are June 13 WM; MACLEAN. .OOft pies, from Burnt r Ir' Hall "
I ARCH'D CLARK. requested,to iresHUt them \\I ithou I dp.l"y. nods!
f' Georgia. They nre the belt article brow? I 'j
.. ... Piopiietnr MANUEL CRESP'O, Ato'r.. dl'otice. ?. market, and will Le sold low by '1

t.: P. S.-A enod merchantile! duni* e.ncuulil be earned .:. A'Jpttne. DdCtIUloor 17. 1M1. r 4wCorn. PBTIIE Creditors, Legatees, and Persons entitled Angust'J; WM. B MACIEAPI.BBLS. ..... .1.
; the .> iim I Jl to distribution of the estate of ROBERT ,
on at H t
t. !" I. A pta i... &left m thotfic* cf the :"i ivanoah Georgian Ij j RAYMOND REID, deceasedare requested to pre- G. Family Mess, BEEF, ;

( I and due nonce will bt- given ul the day ef sal*. '' 2 BUSH ELS white Con. sent their respective claims duly certified, within 6 do Prime dd. \
V July I, 141 M U. Just received and for sale low by the time prescribed by law, and all persons indebtedto 10 Barrels Irish Potatoes, \
: I l' t CENTER. RODDY. A CO. said estate re'reqiir to make immediate pay- 5 Kegs Goshen Butter. "F sale by }
: nlent. May ? \% M. B. MACLfAN.rl'otice. ;
For 'Sale. M. M. REID, Adm'x. ...

THAT DL'MKAuLh RESIDENCE in Scotch Ale. JYotlce. --

\ ,:)' '' .. '-'.' .. .. St. George Street. next to the, residence of ft H. JK xF CASKS 5 do superior< do ,, Scotch do Ale do! ,in in quark.pints. & : LL Persons indebted to the estate ISAAC W. SLY' Weeks after date, shallaf. .>*7-to-the, -i i. ..

r '. ;;. \1' B. Seii.: E:.q The lluune ( ontain four For Miie by CENTER, RUDDY, & CO t AVERY, late of St. Johns County, deceased J ud(8'oC the County! Court; cf Al
; : ', upright reMi'n aid II doiiM" pinzzt. w ith usher nee** re requested to make paymentTind all creditors and Ccunt\r. for Letters of AdmiituUation on the et.:11: .
"r' !' ouihnlldnifc attach 1 he lot i i. 75 IPPI iron their wlw ."
ary persons hate cldiiis9'ag ainl .all estate art of BRITTON KNIGHT, late of said county !

t i., by JWO lest deep, liavinf, on it .. fv Iliad iiees.) It ; City Hotel. ereby: notified that such damn+ or demands must be Jan 7, 184,>. JOHN J. KNIGHT... jj

I ) i .. will be cold on arcommoJatinr term. Fur further : !*AVANi\4ti. GEO. I.xhibttdd wjthiu the tiuie prescribed hy law, and all *

,' Q ; cularlttIq&ireof .. jAMt.n Kl.OtiH. i I IJ r. Snburnber takes this method of inforinui" 'reditors.! lc;:atH.>4. and persons; entitled to distribu- Yotice. t
a 'I No. 1It.1C-l': 1. eOn, rhn shall IX weeks after date'J shall apply to the UOD.
I I his in nd* dud the {pub.ic, that he has taken pot present their claims <*it bint we '
f'" 1 t ihi'ei'ensue+ .tint ilwajs well conducted Hotel, anc.. cura. form data, shall forever afterward be barred. V.-, Judge of the County Court of Alachua Coo.1
: 'i JA Jl
',,. tr,. : f'ttlf1 saws, Ih.IO; that he '" ill o.e every exeition lo make MARY AVERY, Admin'x. for letters ef Administration on the estate of
fV I' V KM VEaJiitii <. D'II.lll'r do. 1' MARTIN late of said deceased.
t .. POCKET nit futitrd4eiurvinguftheirpntrunage.: 'rhdhouse JOHN BEARD. Jr. Admin'r. coanty. :
!":: "I'', i! and Fork in $et-, ti"z >r* \\ncnm.. (Ellioti ,', Is now facing repaired, and will ba furni shed in a few Sli Aagastin.Nov.12,1841. Bw' Jan 2. 1842 JAMES M BATE t,

) Seuwor*, Ivory purkelcowb+, Ii. :a.: 'd;,. Spur with new and elegant furniture. "I
'. card.. Gun Fih Hooks., Kaznr Strap day. ":W .F E1lnercl" Ajiliiiiiilstrator's Sale. '
:. '. en tap The table and bar will b6 1 000 in BOARDS
constantly supplied with
Lead Crayon Pencil Pucket cork ccrew, Pocket I I the best ft reo I 0, 1,000 do if" do bHsolJatPnblicABction.outbeSdMM'd "01
every luxury that can be hail : f-iefnierchT WVTI .. of UndutttiWl*
looking gl **.,. I in this wlrk L The whole 17. "O) 2 inchPlank7 y February l& .ator
I. I ALSO Pearl Strap and horn buttons by the grot 'der bio\\n .superintendence and will be will be un 12. (00 do Weather omEn,;, 16,000 do Floring Mandariu, formerly owned by Sanh Fan*. loha de'-

'I For..lelowbVJ..1J3JACLEAN. ,inter on [411.1 stor December nczt.c opened for Boards, :;:;,001) do Refuse 1 in IJiuS In narrow Fie bounded as follow.: West by the- RititLt1 I
., .. The rate will bo reduced to suit the times. Gentlemen ins! sad 'weather boarding SO.OuO feet, scantling North hy !land of J. M. Biwden, East brt] e i j
..as. MARY SMITH having taken the house all dimension, went land; South by l.inl.of.A. W. Cn ttB.eJ-
cnuhive and !
': ,j ,,0 .L'''' formerly occupied by the Ute M..jnr 'I ssver-, reasonnble;( board: lodging by the month or Thi* above Lumber acsortmentwill be gold 10 taming about 100 acres with 20 acre cleared liar ,,

i will: receive a few bparJer ru ,..II&oll"bl.. terms Vnron"'I h' term I lower ti| .u at any other yard in the city. percent mock. under fence. Said I land will bus IoU ("T i}
,. I .t i I 0 l e f..gentlemen on atr.s sr. o 1111 '4r .'. ->t >y run' e inf.imed lhi a cirrii Ie wiil run re- I benefit of the heirs awl creditors. Term "** l
.1 (uuilytn.> | eeiiiad Central Rail Rusdand the wilt b
J I. bo'UJ4'r. City rights..
i 1-tel. J. McMAHON. .Notice \ known the day of sale. j

l' ; -N'+nmbar2Rl 18U. __if___ savannah, N.,. I. 14I. 264wJl.ollt'e. A LL persons indebted to the estate of WILLtAMjtlL given. SARAH. fAULKMm'r.CALVIN KEEO.Admr. ,

::. r i .j V ,. V J. CLE3131ENTS, late of Columbia County, of D.nH/ BID !t''
;t ; .wc'e.. I Ir' deceased, are requested to make immediate payment. Dee. 10 For heir ,
t h. IVVt. 13iL ,:dI 1Mil to ;:. And all ,..-t'
: ,U .9 1 a-p'j 12 JI'dger person having demands against said
I.. ': 1 : -.d taw.Cnsn:'. < IIliI' tl.e Counts ..r.N-I-.I: i. t IX Week* after date; I ..hill apply to (he lion. are required ,to present the same duly authenticated estate,, Notice. from due .1
j' 1 for letters of adujii '' 1.,1..1": of 1-r Jntlzp! M its| l'ou't Court of Machna County within the time Sub crlher.durlDg.bl' absence
!, IF. < irii.t <>t! 't! .' prescribed by im.or the will be for SJt..1II'I
J' CATHLB.IXE WjLEi.K .. .r!' "' ii-i.s; t '11.j' \'. ..r 'l.4i''.ra! j-l A :'inm-trtti., >n (.n the Estate of JAMES ever barred '. THE has appointed Gen. ;t-B. S

e \ '. '- Jull.'i A. CAVLDO. ,, /.1rtr/.V.iU| : :e of said County deceased. JOHN W. CLEMMENTS.Adminstrator. Doctor F..Josishisattoroief, f ;. '
Jani3,1842 ,
.' V 7raudloaTic 80th Dee. lt>41. I JOd J. KNIGHT. Columbia Co., E.FU., 6th Jan.,.1842. Uee. 17 '. N'WCB_
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