Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Place of Publication:
St. Augustine [Fla.]
James M. Gould
Creation Date:
October 15, 1844
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v. : ; 57 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
29.894264 x -81.313208


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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>.

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: .1!S'U"" J ; J ,,,1", '. ,N1w: )+'PBIl1G, p- .. RrItann1zqard, Ware, Plated THE THE BRITISH PARTY
avtt. ; In the-ditficulties that have arisen between '
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G., BUR & CO. &3TQRS ":1'rV's. Candlesticks, Boiler Tubs, Al'IDb1 U this country and England, the Federal-whig _
-_, Fruit Knives; Snuffers and Tray,Coffee aud <&w mm1n 3)m mA party! h .invariably been touud ,arrayed ib op.
Tea Pots, German, silver ,Spoons, Liquor ,Flasks,. position, 'to our government and on the side of -
THEIIL fa hii
-Df' &ndVer'etr ElltbbJi'ibment' have just received direct .from Britain Hence it is designated ,
f m cd Shovels. Forks. Great appropriately
Ttihgs, Jnlvel'aud complete
V ,./m.flew York m pclv Stauden,* Dew ,* ......
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k Stn.w Irt9rnetJarg&stock; e constitute nnn'nf the motcomp1ete and : as.wotolftfoT UR DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ,ADVANCE,
I. offered intnis ,Sad fr Composilion Tea Kettles,Screws, says. In the controversy respecting the '
goofls ever itytw ic&he
... The attention of their friend., and the public generally Small CutJfenr., Nail Hammers, Coffee Mills, Slates 1 FIVE DOLLARS AT THE END OF 1HE YEAR. Northeastern Boundary Question the alien '
IpKtftdlyg.queiiidj *tatitaueu
,. y hope by ou OIl to the wanu ofih-j
community acoutmuance Slate PencilVommoa VVhite Alleys Advertisements inserted One Dollar
:, raljaIlP"'ce whicliiiaB been bestowed Marbles. Colored at per square British Whig of this ,country took sides
the .ff M upon them for the pst session Dealers who purchase by Gun Flints, German Box Mills, 'do Scythes, of FIFTEEN LINES,for the first insertion acd 75 Cts.' Pdrjy
'tbs paot..c.n be supplied.l Charleston price, al,I orden(rom the cJuntw' ahat!have immediile attention ; German Locks with assortment of I or each subsequent one. Longer advertisements ia with their ally the, British. GovernmejiU.Jh ,." .
together a general '
F;. blktwicgconsuinia.lhfl ledingM1ick.' which ihe contention with"France Jnj-etr'' to' .
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Ui$ constantly kenton ba 1d. viz. : ,
1-'ln"L'---- Hard ward, Cutlery and German Goods at RetailBEr.cARIr&.c6 .. P I?Ertion and na 05 will! 0 deLO'U'M! !u.. .
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Lt.'i fi..i #4U. };jq da,corlli.ti,. i cante:.. fpccia'jars, uncture bo.lles., candle, shades, : : -* squtfreT A"hscOliurDJade to : hhert1by ThM1il1m :01 "' _
K lindi b;'l' nck and AmericanAbroad, cloth'Praa *.-.- preserve and butter roariy other articles __.. .. the,year.. ., istratiori, itia'DritiQ Whig?arty.of this'cour.try .
l '/ .(&leiBwrin'o Iud iblbit( !w.ol cioibs, coir : m the !line. Oeo. JL. Phillips, espoused and :advocated the interest of _

flpirtw ," >, 'teat all ntttsieftey varietr. of colour"for''Gentlemen's'. TiNJftIT4NlA.: ANDWOODZNWAREr'i' ,JUSTICE. OF THE. PEACE AND "NOTARY' From the Boston Statesman. France against the interest of their,own coda. _.
rfitttrftl I, .\9r3fi; *B4 FrackcuiitalaI.o.pIendid' assortment ofFnncb'English Tea K Ula. II' PUBLIC. -
tin bllinll. try.
pans r pails', buckets, foot SONGS. fIn '
'A. 2 Jf ; *Americair Blue;Black'stripedduteMjnJ tabs, sauce pans, dusting panes measures wa.b, WILL attend to all business connected with these \Ve don't approve of singing men into the a late collision between our Government .
4rOh rikbed, 111dpIsin. single and double' milledcasau&ert .
-He will also execute all writings '
tgk1i4i kettles, cups, funnels, spice boxes spittoons, sugaf Presidency. But whilst of we and Mexico this ,British Whig party rallied to '. "
.aod doeskins, .striked' and, plain Gam- borers ( placed in his hands with; neatness and correct- speaking songs '
lamps, graters, ant ern.- tumbler drainers the ot Mexico.
br.o swbtLsId browti liunen drillings ;superb nrtie&sl muffin ness.. 'would ,remark that the, following, sent to us support .
beautiful' of tings dippers, lamp feeders, &c. brittania His from is And now on the Texas Question this Brit '
I fJiantsaUoa variety wslings long experience in these Offices will be trusts Washington a good one :
:''z (....ogorad silks, p bin and figured satin Mareilfefg boxes tea pois., & large do.and spittoons small, lanr ps, mugs! shaving secure to him a portion nf patronage. 'l'uNE-Yanku Doodle.We're ish Whig parry are again to be found on the "

tlsisp sod ; Valencia of ,iho. latest style and ,.of the painted pails brass and, ,jiori wooden bound tubs do. buckets and O" Iii. Court Day-The last Saturday in every the Domocrulic boys: side of Mexico and Great Britain in thwartingthe .
; ;at.oa firm rate acsorimentof ready made I trays month-and his Office is the basement floor of interest of their : ,
; best quality bow!js.waggons, keelen, wash basons, stools' on We know no prince o .palace- own codntry. :
etaduag consisting' of sack and French coats rocking and common chairs, rolling! anti clothes pins, Mrs. LORINO'S House. We make the welkin ring the shout Its principles are as-alien as its conduct has1" _
Jackets.pants and vests; linen and cotton shirts, i mats white wash and floor brushes, common aid St. Augustine 30th March 1844. "Hurra for Polk and Dallas i" been treacherous and treasonable. '
,"c lIan.Wlp Cravats.STAPLE .dersscarfsneck_ .tie,*, handkarc&felsand extra ;grooms, plain and handle baskets in great Notiee.ALLJpeflonshllYing Hurra hurra, we'll shout again, As before remarked, it started in its career ., '

&:: AND FANCY GOODS. variety, brass and iron wire seives, whips, coat claims or demands against Their names come in so handy as a party in favor of au oligharchial form of ,' _

; weanlifttl assortment of latest style French Engl brusles' dtc. Forbes lata of the county And Polk and Dallas chime so well,. government. .

l lid ,Dd American prints, colored cauibrpous' and :I A first HATS AND CAPS, of SI.Johns,Deceased are required to present them With Yankee doodle dandy It is now, as appears by the 'letters and _
'Ctmb ricks T,ir: ladies dresses. rate assortment fashionable half and to the undersigned, within two years from this period i speeches of its candidate for the Presidency '
4 Aspleuded assortment of rich dress silks of every caps leaf,wnol silk Ind/lu.b hits: a beautiful article, also (palm otherwise they will be forever barred, and all persona Oh, the British go for Clay- Mr. Clay and by the disquisitions of its pres- I _'
UTA- hats in .
variety of eoloor and pattern stride, figured; Corded i cloth and woosted also ,relit'I1rieIY few : Glazed indebted to said estate are required to make immediatepaymeutto They know not Jimmy Polk sir !- sesropposed to the great fundamental principles .

IQCP4I ,watered'. ,changeable and,plain at veryj low pri. caps of the finest caps..,Ie; .. a very nice military Our greatest men are ofteu found of free government, the sovereignty of the ', .. '
rS tffl. VENANCIO the folk
.... SANCHEZ. Among common sir. people. .
1116lIid BIack1.a4 blue 1>1 nek ailks,single widths, beautiful I FLORENCE,TUSCANY Straw,Silk and Palm Administrator, with the will ananxed. Hurra, burro, they didn't know From the commencement of the t

'ui dii utieleiiuid of rapeib' quality I Leaf Bonnet, ,. of the latest style, just received.: St. Augnstine. E. F. Dec. I8ih 1843. Our great and glorious'andy !. j. ernment the very British Whig party of' this ..
and while ami rich. .ilkl. also BOOKS AND STATIONERY:
plniii Until
Btripra : Spring Goods. one day ut New Orleans. has the'exteotion of
** ink tail'white T..rlton muslin fur party aid wed.p ANNUALS fur 1844, Poetry Flowers, School .try uniformerly opposed
; BURT have He used !
& Co. received SM. them.up quite handy
ie4O itill'.rl.... I' .. Books, Primmer. Almanacs Ledgers. Blank and GEORGE, direct from New York, a de.per arable'... the right of suffrage ,to the poor rJtan. _
aiuiwAt ci. Muslin de L ine.., Mennocs, Lustres, Bombozines Copy Monks' ) Plaiunfld laacy Note paper, sortment o/ Spring Goods, comprising They'll find In November next- It espouses and maintains Lbe'cause of 'the

i CHsins.'and mourning iuu !insin great variety. Fools Cup do; Letter do; Printing do; Envelop do; A beautiful vaietyuf priuted J-awnaand Muslins for For thats (the lime to try us- Algerinesol! Rhode Island, who deny both the _
TI iiUdE; A full and desirable nirtmeut of ladies' Music do.; Tisi.ue and batting! do; also, large and Ladies Dreaees ; OueJhing they. never found at home doctrine of the sovereignty of the people, and '

lflUfloe; i i' ceuoa Meriuo, silk Hose, black and small Wrapping ,do. black and white Sealing Wax i Calicoes of the latest style ; That British gold won't buy us the principle of universal suffrage.

",brawn. blue I .auculaand slate colouied, cliii.dflIHWbits and Wafers, Quill, Steel Pens! Slates Load and Drab d'ete, merino, and a fine article of black cloth Hurra, hurra, Young'Hiukory then It'passed the a lien laws under. the reign of
: Cotum Iloe Men hilf! hose, Silk cot- Slate Peticil. Playing Cards, embroidered and I '
; plain '
: for gentlemen coats and pants : As once did glorious andy, John and it now foments and favor the : .
a..J Laiub't Wool, a variety of style and Vaiitingdo. Paper cutter*, I Inks lands for pocket and
WiI lila, great I Caagimerea and gambroons;. Shall drive the coons"and British Native A merican Associations proscription of _
desk black Bud blue ink gang
: with other ,
evlnr..GLOyCS. .articles cousilu-
; Striped and plane linen drilling; With Yankee doodle dandy. foreigners and riots of the present day. .
/, Iailets ; A complete aMortmenloria 'ie'. Gen. ting a complete aMtorlment. Tweed cloth ; Block nd Blue satinet, abeatuifol. assort In short the Britsh Whig party of,this oun. ,
; tU'iueu" ksd l; , and embroidered Silk, LilL4i 1S splendid. as.or i men t of Jewelry, warranted of Linen cambric Hdkfs; Cravats ; We know just how to treat him, has been British, alien and treasonable in its '
'thra4 en "'"J. Berlin AL I>. Muck, and white tiilk 'he best quality can-illing !nf diamond cussed andplain Ladies black :and cold red gloves; For sure as we have beat him :twice
".4..' taiu uf the 'OI't
lu. A beautfusii'wrtuiitu1$ Uu..lletIud Cap rilions, clltlen' ra'* breast and bdkf. plus; gold keys, luck ;. Jaronet niuslirigs,shirting,sheeting ; Hurra.h.irra we'll shout a party. .
Irk astes.udsilk Braids of every Yl1i elY and. color. els..pilverj; thimbles, gold and silver pciiciU in great Padding and canvas;coat cord and-sheeting; agin- Ought such a party to be ntrusted with the "
Their in
dvp. llA U'LS. variety! Coarse and fine Irish Linens, Osnaburg's whale names come so handy administration of the government of this Re. .

8-4 and 10-4 U.!d nn-riuo LVJialioro, muslin de CONFI CTIONEUY. I bones, side and back: combs cotton and liik! hosiery And Polk and Dallas chime so well public ; We ,hear every patriot responding '

1iia. \iid Pljidnlinwln./i good A full ofiiiKtnt of 'Stewart's refined Candies ; ALA fine article of boots of the la'est style. \Viih Yankee doodle; dandy. ;NO! ..
$ Fillet do oil. sik.! 'Dimily also teleiratcd with other articles in their line l" -. "
UMtelling tmgs the l article of Pease's lo.uh\uuJ Togethei many to .Form a ring and let us sing, t .
oUtrs.uiurliu|,anJ.. and culJ< ,',liuKUCuuiLric) hdkls, candy, a eoVercigu remedy /or coughs and colds. I, which the! attention of their friend and the public Fur like the Ocean CLAY AND RANDOLPH I

*WOf .o.Cmeut' ,, I I FANCY ARTICLES AND PERFUMERY. I are respacifully invited.A Our Polk and on rising shall, Mr. Clay, during the, course oC a disoussieo. ,

.' ;. LACES. I I Toilet Glasses, fanny! boxes, nee lo, card ,and heautlfuhltriety.oa'. Lawns. .and muslins O and sweep in the House of Representatives, bad taken oc. t -
.( Clay Frelinghuysen. .
rariet [1:1'"'' CuuqLP A..tM..lldeJing (ladies/tresses! } ,
: ,JI64J aud uUomcn' dre aiiyibas-MIor)14ii.pvu4'.s4ona; of '
1$prni : tt t.caKta d c iug eases ; Hurra -
hurra veil it out,
Calicoes! of : ring
if6W'&aUM1Y Blac the latent style.
teactirul% article of hair brother do. A '
'II Ii : f having Democracy, every one knew tbat'.the gentleman
i,J.bawaiM Lb.} lae1 Bishop Ja-4", ,'wl.i'; tn'.KIIn, backgammon aid chess boards, chess men, travelling; G EO. BURT, & Co. Because it come so handy : from Virginia' was personally and '
hi, aid'wnU do.,ja'coiei', fine cambric, pl& sniped a.t J and Saucy baskets, silk parses, corndcopias, motto St. Augustine. March I 18th .1844. Texas, and Oregon and Polk the veriest aristOCntt in the House practically ".to
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V fib. caju Bar, a .urt.d.ell a-syriuioul eolM Sarsu: of tui black,green, while baize and artificial col'd Unties.sad cups, tin trumpets silk lied bags, gill Oils, leasing, Almonds, &c. And Yankee doodle dandy. which Mr. Randolph, pointing that terrible fin., ..' i
# *!. S .... lUgrlIt variety. ". beautiful wRtche'.IIa. viands with flowers bottles china vases collar/ a 50 half Dozes Raisins. We're the Democratic boys I i ger of his at the unfortunate object of his sarcasm '
,.. W nt.d caps, wl.alebonea.jet buttons for ladies, tumble''*, dotuiuoes article ,smelling snuff' boxes) nail dog and tooth, 20 Qr. do, do. We know no prince or palace: replied ; u if a man's principles are to be .

4) ,." 'Iper.eAmbri couiuion do, acpmplvle assortnitnlf << lirush&s. gertuau otto of rose, kopbatia, bears Fraris Almonds, We make the welkin ring (he shout attail 1 determined by the company! -he keeps, .; :
paper "
''Pu 'iv "''rim and fine linens,linMyrtttgro; cloth, silecia, oil, military and naval shaving! soap pot and toilet 2 Boxes Citron, -' ?' -. "Hurra, for Polk 'd' Dallas." then surely doe the charge aristocracy apply -"' I i '

}0*!$ I' SM'dGiBghams cauvasaud padding, ..ilk' and tab. soap, Cologne, honey, Flo Ida, and lavender alit, 5 BasketiBetty Sweet Oil. Hurra burro, we'll shout again .. far more forcibly to 'the gentleman from '
>,*alvet;grass lined,black and ,blue bever nnd pilot .. dentrifice,hair powder curling fluid, handkerchief 5 do, Marseilles Oil, just received ". Their names"come in so'nany, Kentucky than myself. Sir," be passes hi, "; -- .

ekubi brown and black Hollands, womted and perlii'ne. perfume de Turc, oliophan oxmusk. aromatic St. B. E.CARR.&CO. And Polk and Dullus Chime so well : nights in the company of Kings;' Queen, Clllcl.. .
kI" sIft:ssrgs, oil cloth carpeting',0-4 and 4 4 mailing, sa U, extract antique o l,;CbiDele rouge, with Augustir.e. April. 1814. With Yankee doodle dandy. .Knaves!"-N. 1'. News. '
11 Karlass and dowlas. : .
I many oilier articles in the line. Ooshen flutter. r ,

DRUGS: AND MEDICINES. HARDWARE AND CORDAGE. OAP lArd Hamr, Crackers, Sugar, Coffee, !O: Go it Polk, como it ,Dallas OSLT A DIiU: 1oEa.-1 had: a'walk: in Now .

,Aniceauonueutput up in ike best" manner, and Table and Pocket Knives in great variety and superioi I Flour, &.c &c. The above in store an fine or. Inn Hall garden'with DnJonsdn, Sir Robert _

UI'. Warranted ol the belt quality. quality. Razors, Shears, Scissors Butchers, der, At retail by, B. E. CARR. &. Co. SONG BIRDS. Chambers and 'some other gentlemen. Q\f\ ;i '

ipll r,TAILORS TRIM INGS AND MILITARY and Shoe knives,steels, oyster knives, tea and table ". POTATOES CABBAGES ANDONIONS. A gentleman ot my acquaintance hail: an !Robert was ['gathering snails and throwing them .

AR1'I LttoJ.: Nputms, brass uud iron fire doga. shovel and tongs. Bbls. Potatoes Auu.rtcunmuck.bird j in such health and vigor over the wnjll into his neighbor's garden. The ..
.a.wi"lilk*of all colors, twist spool cotton, osua- a'general assortment of horse cloths and shoe brush 5O 10 'i j! '
Apples that i it was constantly singing or else inuta- doctor reproached him very ron"bly, and sta
Ian aDd ;cotton thread silk worsted. and cotton us. Bulls and Screws, Cut Tacks, Brads Brass 500 .' ,
colored Cabbages.5UO ting ine. various sounds it heard. In order to ted la him' .that this was unmannerly and DO'Q .. .
[ float,French cotton, cotton and silk cord, Nails.tFiles and Rasps of all kinds,' Edged Tools. of Onions. '
B'I .W.4il.COIcInd.iher army lace, silver rmbroiderfbfk Door Tritnings, Door and Cupboard Locks, Pad, Also-A fine supply of Strings Shaker Garden Seeds for try the powers of this bird the owner pur-1 I neighborly. "Sir," said Sir Robert "my ;" ,

| ',' '''9r4 o t.. .ilk' sashes, patent' leather Trunk,Till Locks, a full assortment axes shovelt sale by. B. E. CARR & Co. chased a line skylark. When placed in the i.I neighbor is adisssenter." ?* Ob 1 1"said the doctor : '

.tl. 8, belts;',with plates, embroidered' stars, gold and spades hooks and hinges. Chapman's Razor same room with the mocking,'bird the Dug "if so, Chambers, toss away toss away ,
D *luff_ coal buttons, shoulder slrap. arnpo.!ng a lull trllp". Chains, Sad Irons. Coffee Mills, large' and Notice, of the former was heard to echo through the' as hard as you can."-Traits nf.Lord :Eldon. .. < ._ _

|l MrUM8t'.r iriiuiega. fur military and citizens small tiizes. Iron and Steel Sqns/ea. Iron composition HEREBY GIVEN that two months after date, louse, as if it were chanting "on fluttering ,'
[_tliDeI pabU. and brats candlesticks, powder flasks, bridle IS the subscriber will present his accounts to wing" its well known welcome to the rising I .Will you keep an :eyoon my borse.ny :
1BUT'L'UNS.Giltcut velvet and common cover bills ad stirrups jack. smoothing and floor plane, the Hon. the Judge of the County Court of St. sun. The mucking.bird was silent fur some i: son while! I step in and gel a drink 'n' .\ '.. .

IL) :Buttons in f reat' variety for Cuats, yeU and and groove irons, percussion caps, made in Paris, I Johns for" adjustment, as Administrator of the estate time, but at' last broke forth in .the strains of j I'! Yes. sir." V" _

.R Islia[) Knio, and colloa lape..bradc. "t'.eletl. a first rate article of sporting powd'ir! try squares of Wm.'Murphy* dec.LAURENCE. the "serial songster" but louder and clearer [Stranger goes in gets his :djiiik, comes out 1 :
lit,buck, shell and horn, aide ivory and horn and rules gitnblets. hand saws, brass bultons and RYAN, Administrator. it and its and finds his horse missing.] ., t
lig.Coinbs in great vnrie'y: ; hair pins, vest nub*, bellows Pincers, drawing knives rope,bed May 6.1844. us mounting stretching wings "Where is horse, boy 1" ,t
H iMlMet Wire,pauialoon rtrsps. emery, plated C'ordco'd lines, seine twine, turtle net twine, fish htuv: n. The lark was silent from that moment ,"lie's run'd sir." ,' .
1 ihlrjeoinbs hooks and suspender end, boot line in'gffat variety, sail twin, & c. Fresh Garden Seeds. nor was a joyous. note ever heard af away .. '
eyes Did'nt I tell to take care of him,
bodkins beads, SADDLERY AND HARNESS.A New York GARDEN SEEDS, terwards. Willing to test .thu powers of the you you I.
,, it''. 4. .. *lu.iujpinI. aud icedles, ,glass THORBURN'S ,
Sch.'Marion and being young scamp ; J
f"IJ complete nnortmenl ofsaJJla, bridles, cart per mocking bird still!t 'further, an unuAal large .
collars. opened. price was given for a black bird, celebrated "No, sir ; you tell'd mo to keep my eye on.-, 11) .
&OCKERY saddle
|; ; GLASS AND CHINA WAKE ar.-l wairgon harness oiarimgales, bags Cabbage head Lettuce him lllil I did till he of ,
; Early TurnipMarrowfat got out sight.-,Sunday t' 1
for its II :
vocal in the
!ft of &c. powers.:: was placed .
O pUudid ail hmenl of'e'ery'Brieti patt (Peas I Early York Cabbage Mercury. 1 .
V. AND! SHOES. iho bird. t
BOOTS with
Panit4 and coffee set", and Beans sam ,room mocking Early on '
t and china tea noop Long Blood/ Beat. Lima .
., ,_.wns. china granite and edged Plates, A first rate norlmeul of fashionable ladies iron Assorted Radish, Early Cauliflower, I the[ second mornin its song was resumed, ;rand PRODUCTIVE: LABOR.-A countryman sowing .
aDd itik DisUesspiitonnii, chambers.bakeis. tlemeiia! aud children's boots and "huCE)adie.buskins, Egg Plant I '' Cucumber, its charming notes: were warbled forth with his field, two perl fellows riding that waYfone 'Co 1

at f Unite and common Bowls, in great variety, dipper, gaiters of the latest style and supcriot Citron Melon. Lnte do all the sweetness and modulations which may of them called to him wilh an ins ltrnt air," ,. I >

;- lea pots, 'a large assorlineul of pitchers, quality, gentlemen's Napoleon BooU.a superior article. Nutmeg do, I P..rllnip'; Parsley be heard: in its native "tnoruy brakes." The Well, honest fellow, it is your business to show, :J 1
\ .0dfwers. platters, mugs andI I covered Jars al 0 common boots brogans, shoe and flippers ''Also a full assortment of other Seeds. at Retail. mocking-bird listened and was silent for n' but wo reap the fruit of your labors." To
Bowls. Tumbler.cut, pressed. at d boys and mUses' boots shoes In< aid
bailer ortment'of shoes March 23. 18U time ; when all at once its notes were heard which the countryman replied,raising his band 'I
Va' Tumblers and wine glasses' side lamp, grea: variety;reduced also, a full negro" to i issue forth, but, louder and sweeter than his neck. "Very !loikly you wull, vor I be t :
and pricey
.' ..l do.. aalts, lemonade aud egg glasses brogan. For Sale sowing hemp." : ''i
those of the woodland song. The poor black \
,It(, IJATIot the of Hospital Street, the
.above extensive} stock of goods will be repleni shed from time to lime, direct Croat New, York, with the T, on of, the.corner Fernandez family, South of bird heard them felt that it was conquered, re. RKVOLOTIOKs.-G reat revolutions have usua L ;
audI 'will be oil at whole sale and retail at the lowest pn- property mained s-leut and died. From
luablelooda, and pf the beatqualiliei G. BURT & Co. Mrs. George Anderson's residence. drooped, pined i ly been achieved by men 'of great abilities; .. -

c ... .< ,'Apply, .to the. subscriber, agent for the proprietors. the above facts emulation would seem to' be but th''ir success in turbulent periods to be -
JOHN BEARD. one of the exciting causes of the songs of the } imputed to previous circumstances, and thotecircumstancee '

I Sal Lost : N otic St. ugiistzne.July 5th, 2844. Z b.rLlf.Vhen their powers are excelled they gradually arise, from want Of ,
: appear to feel the disgrace ofbeing conquered wisdom in persons who have directed the affairs .. "
JIILOM on board the steamer St.Mathews, on the irs hereby given to all persons cjncernrd a, credi. Persons having any demands igainsl Henry and to loose all inclination to renew their for.. government in seasons of apparent traquili .
R&;trip of the 16th July. after she left Jacksonville: it tors. legatees, and such as may be entitled ALL late ol Columbia County Deceased, are mer effbil.-Jesse's Country J ife. I' ty.-Parr. /
1 L monTRCNK"wood1; coveted, with leather distribution in the Estate of GEO. BARTLKTT.late requested to ure..entthem within the time nresciiled
used the; of St. Jobo'f county deceased, that all claims; will be forever barred. Anilall those said that Sir G ,
i to Bid. The trunk has' been much ; by Law or they Statistics th trade of SENSIBLE ADVICE..-It is .Mur -
worn, exposing around, the edges ,more 01iI and-demands against sail Estate must be exhibited, indebted to aid estate will please make immediate TRAPS OF AMERICAS of .attempted to. excuse himself from taking .. .
tba.wood with a single strap attached to It.-, within iwo years, o herwise the same will be forever : payment. WM. TO WHS END. Exr.j the United Slates r the three quarters ending office under the Duke of Wellington oh account -...
I I. preiamud that the trunk was taken ,by mistnkcitb I barred; and aU persons Indebted to said Estate are i,.1 j MARY ANNA JUNEd, Exrx.i June :io, 184/3,' omparpd with the same period I of his in experience in public speaking. i
StRUtlaa ,, requited to make immediate> to the sub E. F. previous: of 1341 anti 842,
iheir to LancasterColumbia County in the two years
on way .
.atr.g. ofpu'eogera Pooh !I" said the Duke "do 1 do '
pooh as : ,
?alaikaor Black Creek. The Cap all1 I scriber. August 11th 1843, show that the exports had gradually dimini hcd j thiuk and don't Latin." .- _
,.- llalhews will feel hitrmelf obliged for anjdoconeerninguid r Adrnlnistr&trtZ.L I in value from 103.332,232: dollars to 77,793,783 what you quote ",
4I IG. $1644. TJuly 'l3) 8 To Rent. '
Trunk and will cheer July dollars* Agricultural, product, including _cot. with wife I",
STONE HOUSE opposite Mr. Gu&'..and I You should not quarrel your .'I
", alsatisfaclory remuneration for any leason To all whom it may concern. I TilE of Bridge and Charlotte streets.Also. ton and tobacco, and manufactures apj>ear to, said a friend to his neighbnr ;"consider 'that '- !, ,

'ClbVCOIftr: tzpeuse.atteod.ul.iti detiYery.1cNEL TV. SUSAN MURPfl, Adminisiratrix of 'the' estate -' I' the Brick Store occnpied by J1fU; J. Ilr.u-: constitute! the chief items of decline: and the. you and your wife are' one." "Yes : but if you -. ;:,
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1attfl..An.3' Iftii.. 2 of Andrew Atkinson<
., give NOTICE; thalallhe sittings' of County Court ol I' Tenant,and immediate possession given. really to be one of the most remarkable feat would think there. arc twenty of us,' said the' \ .'
9 ; ; 4 John. E. F.. to be held at ih 1 thai. "
g If Notice the County or \ Apply. ures in the stalement, since it i is proved man. .' ,, : '
i IBWEfcEBY GIVEN ''That TWO MONTH I Court House in the city of St. Au u"tine.on the firsi t JNO. G. FAr unr\NT. though from 54- :'0,34l dollars the item; returned ,0I. "
; next being the2d day of Sep' : An eminent modern writer! beautifully :'
Monday in September Assignee JNO. J. IIE.RICK. HvppixES' "
LisWdate; the, ,ab.ciib r a* A'dministrai9r('lb(s the in 1641, there has been a decrease to 49,119- : .
oCAfjCfiVioMua: deceased. ,wi1I present bi I tembrr, 1844. shall make application to Judge Sept.3d. 1844. 805 dollars in 1844 tbe quantity nf the staple I., says : The foundation domestic hap.. ; .
< Court. Co r of the said County Court, or other persons cl.arpec I Subscriber Ad- L pinrS'I is in the virtue of women. The foundation -, -
'""S ihe Hon. Judge of ibe County for discharge lion I Months after date the as exported in that year, exceeds! by 262,000 dul.
Iliad notice i. hereby further jf.ivenibar t with the' duties "of Ordinary my 'I' m.nistrator of the Estate of THOMAS L STEW, tars( the quintityM| rled 1911. The total nx.i .. of political happiness confidence m

.MONTHS an.idalel r wiH apply for a fina I my' said \dmisistrawrshi4'USAN URPIIY ART will present his accounts to the Judge of the i of cotton for ihrnyrars wen- as f HOWHj | the i integrity of mnn. The Inundation of, al .,
siuIdMministrt i r.* c.f which all person a Courts of Si.John's County for adjustment ports happiness temporal and eternal reliance .. _
Adn.x. oflhe'Ealateof, 1 County j 530.204,1001: ( ) in 1841 : 57,717,0471. j 1842; ;

.. ., :wilt"'....,.leue' -. JANN to1ake! n..t5ee.UCKLER._ dmln'r.aUlSabJC. . .'Andrew Atkinson, Dec. June Je, l44.i' J. DCOLE.Palath ,I au.l702,297lOGIb*. 1111j-t.! I I the'good new ot God ', ,' ____

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] of safety. Not a hair of'their 1 heads ''From the Floridian, September 21. AUGUSTINE: ; :.' jj

uld be touched-not a civil right infrin BANK OF FLORID ,
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; they might disband their standing are S We are surprised to see"with what assurance Tuesday' ,, .Oct ber13.Iit- !<
: ; ,for it bad become u.less.Vbat they now the last Sentinel endeavors to throw the responsibility ", ar

; : to contend with was the moral power of the of the Bank of Florida upon the:Democratic S Principles and the people.,
who demanded the release Gov.Dorr party. It is only necessary to refer to JjJ.

: the cannonade of,public opinions which the action of the-Whig'Legislature:of,1843 and FOR PRESIDENTS ,I
\ 'now .battering down the prison walls of that of'the Democratic House 1f.Representatives JAMES K. 'POLK b'ha
I and pouringtht hot shot of its indigna. of J844,to prove ihecontrary. What was ,"\ *
upon his persecutor was more to be feared the course of the Whig Legislature of 1843 OF TENNESSEE. -.

- ,I! : Paixham guns and more'terrible than an They had promised in the canvasS a new specie ,
J;; with banner.! paying Bank. They gave us no such -iastit FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, i
; At the same lime expected the democracy lion-they revived tbe old Bank of Florida,purchased M Hurrah I,for.the Loco Focos GEORGE M. D'ALLAS

I t.L mon only to peaceful and lawful measures, I by an individual-:there were to be other Their Banner float son High." t1
I show that they were Indeed the friends of law stockholders-but none such were ever obtain'. THE ELECTIONS.In PENNSYLVANIA, :' -,.'j ,
_ I order and to remember that it would be no ed. The Bank went on in this manner until -
i beta dishonor to him and to them, to 1844. Governor CALL, it seems, was pleasedwith Maryland, which"held her election on the EAST PLORIDA.Dernocralic a-:' ,_

I GOT. D' any way but lawfully and the arrangement, and in hisJfcstanual"rm s- 21 lost.. fur Governor and State Legislature Nemiaalleaa.: .

Moral power was their true sage he remarks as follow.: whigs have succeeded by a majority of 502 in FOR SENATORS.
I' I ; '' \ ) ; and the only error the friends of liber .* During the past year, the Bank of Floridahas electing the Governor-being a loss of 1900 JOSEPH' SANCHEZ ,.! .:
S tf St. Job ;
'I' had committed, was in using any other.- renewed its operations under tbe :amended *
\ had held and expressed ,that opinion at the charter granted at tbe last session of the ,Legislative votescompared with the election 1840. JOHNBROWARD,of Darn '
and beheld it still but not to censure Council ; and although its capital has Dell1.ware-litlZ. Delaware-contrary to nil PHILIP DELL, of"Alackua, ftDJE88E ;

: any one. Dorr was! the lawful gov been limited, it has afforded many facilities in expectation has given in her election for Inspectors CARTER, cf Cokm&ia. -
under n lawful constitution oDd had a of business. It has furnished a _-
: the transaction and Assessors a Democratic majority of 45, -
; to do all that( was done; but the result had safe circulation,to some extent, and the prudence Lt. Cot. Bsuckir, 8th Infanlly. arrived'" r
I that moist and not physical power could and discretion with which it has bun conducted entitles which shows a whig loss since 1840 of t \1133. this city oo Tuesday evening best, from Ta '

t S. ; be relied on for success. it In the confidence of the public." Georgia, too has shown a Democratic" popular Bay. '

I* .KB&QoL1*??. purpose to give any sketch of A stronger recommendation could scarcely be majority. The returns. are.not complete ; but S &
; ..appeal,or: of the eloquent and beautiful given. Tbe Bank was, in his opinion entitled the Republican concedes tbe Democratic majority. H ts*Excellency:TG\yveTnor Baiaca,:!left L
I of Mr.Sickles ; but your readers can judge ** to the confidence of ,the.public." S ron Tuesday morning last for Tnjlahassee.;
; a slight sample. The effect, added to that Nuw what was the .course of the democrat S

t impulse of the 4th tins been magnifi in regard to the institution. Where have they Demeerati* Me'eltaJ.rJ- J
r : : : The pride( of Rhode Island, which has recommended it to the especial confidence of DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN PENSACOLA.We S Pursuant tea call previously ronde,-a"' lie

I :; been invoked on the side of the. im. the public! Did the special committee, at tbe regret to learn that a very destructive fire I ing of the Democratic parly orS"J": 1
111 I I 1 : of Dorr, i is font going over to the head of which was. the Hon. Mr. Baldwin, a brake out in Pensacolaat about' 2 o'clock 'on County was held at oL'Gue'a! Lon Rot1lnt-f1:

of'his liberation. They feel he i in growing ;sterling democrat miike. any such favorable re. Wednesday morning last, in the store ccupiedat 13th irwt.'for thef Ti.U.
: great for h'n! prison to hold him and they are port 1 On the contrary page 166 of the,, Journals tbe time by Messn.Sierra & La Rua,at the Saturday Evening .purposj._
I 10 his greatness and his power every day I shows entirely the reverse-that the com. corner of Palafax and Government streets,and nominating two persons as suitable.caMid.iiJ

I y keep him there., They would release him I I mittee.. looked. upon the 'institution.. wiLhgiatliStXUst which has laid in ashes the whole range of buiU represent the County of St.John's n Ute
I 1. : if he would-consent to banished ; but I ( ana we ,very wen it recoiieci- me L prediction dings on one street and more than half ot those Legislative j Council. S i
I : will come forth with honor or not at all ; of tbe chairman made at the time, that the on anotherf We are iudebted to our correspondents For the of the \
origiaating :
j I I to this point of his unconditional release Bank would break before thrre months. And be for the following particulars : purpose. meethp
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to .L John M.FODtaDe E'q.wascafled: to the
the whole of democracy brought in his calculations for it broke shiiobt
( power was very correct The tire, soon.after: broke out, rcacncu me r
''I ; j I bear. The sensible whig*. feel it and the in !Ics time than that. adjoining store occupied by Mr Campbell,_ 'whostatedaheobiect.FaAcxs *: ,," t

I' I t tI : of opinion here is very palpable. ,No Look further in the Journals at page 212, the I(whose goods were saved,) and spread II DAHcrJEsq.was! called;.to ftl '

I 1 ; I is now insulted or assailed. The report of Ca!. Sanchez, from the Committee on credible rapidity along tbe whole range of bous I Chair, and JAMZS ::'Gotn.ifappuintctEecti
who would concede noVourtesy to a suf. Corporations. Is the Bank there recommended es fronting Palafax st. The buildings were rev- .
; l I maun short lima ng<'. now exhibit more to the confidence of the people On tb ,con. erally occupied by Messrs. Sierra & La Run, ry.. 5' tJ1J
: j i and honorable, feeling. Many of their trary, equally as much distrust is manifestedand grocers; Mr.Campbell, grocer ; Messrs. Smith On motion,it vas liJ: ..
;$ ; intelligent leaders heard Mr. Hallett, and a hill is introduced to oblige the Bank to & Catlin,druggists ; Mr. Avery, boot and shoe Rewired,That a committee of one!from. cad tr

I i admitted the.courtesy and ability with which pay specie at its counters! or to cease.its" further store: the next building was occupied by a tail ward in the city, and two from the county, I treated .ihe subject- heard Gov. Uibbs, of issues. or, and small dealers in clothing and dry goods :
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who was and who was the another evidence of appointed by the chair to report the names%*
i present A Jittlc further we see the coffee bouse and billiard saloon occupied by "
; t I oud in command of the charter forces dur I the opposition'of the Democrats to this Bank. J. Penny ; a shoe shop ; and the residence of a j two persons as candidates represent tbeCou .\'! a

; the xtrugcle I speak in high terms of the A bill bad been introduced to amend its charter Creole woman, named Adele. At the house ty of St.....Johns.. in tho ext gblative' c.The ..., .:,.
1 I I : nod the manner in which Mr. Hailed ; -the principle objl.'C19f which was to give\ it a known as Michelel's corner the fire was stop. Chairman then appointed the fol4i! *"
< -d the subject, and the courtesy be used esablished ut 'hicOla. Mr. .' wel
? branch, to ApaJ*/ ped. With the exception of Campbell's :
hiopponent*. The way is now _pen I i What. was the result on tbe question of the passage goods, we learn there was no insurance whatev. gentlemen that committee. r 1e
:I peaceful. agitation, and though we do not : of the bill-it was rejr.cted-but one or er. Messrs S. &. L. B. lost every thing-even For Castle Ward-BIKTOLO PACTTT. I' "

I this Mate to Polk and Dallas, there is twp'Whigs voting with the Democrats in oppo- I to their books and papers Messrs. mitb &Cat. CustomHouse Ward.-Fjucu: PU1ICIi t Ibidwh
: n moral power gathering that the whigs sition. I II Unsaved a' portion their stock. Hospital Ward-PHILIP GOMEZ. ; .
t struggle I hard to retain it, if they do nll'j t I| Sucb is part of Ibe history, of his Bank, the On Government i at..the "Three Union Coffee U'UNA. !: his
Barrack \Vard M. f
'. November unconditionally release Gov. foisted tbe- of residence -, ,
: last Wbig measure upon people Houses, and tbe building occupied as a
j, by a general amne .ty, covering all politi- Florida in tbn shape of:.a Bank. We shall I by Mrs. C"tliO-tbe: same l house formerly For tbeCouatZD., Coif,an! .1O7sJ'ITTie. .i be

offences. S i I I| again refer to the subject and give the docu. I occupied by the Pensacola Bank-were also The meetingwas then called on to pteCtIt{ the]

BUll must! not forget Dorrs co-mnrtyr. Mar. ments. burned to the ground. Capt. Forsyth, to whom the names of persons to be submitted to1h oJi; futt
j Luther. Ho is imprisoned tor acting as most of the is probably cipiI'sel
buildings belonged ihej I s
side ration of the Committee.
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of under the people's' DISCLOSURE AND A HIT.
( a town meeting A severest sufferer. The. printing office of thu'Gazetteon t .
HU sentence expires on the 12th Our readers undoubtedly remember that during Zaragnsa,street, narrowly escaped I I Tbe name ol E. B. GOULD, among others"J a""",. Of

October next,but he must then pay 830(3( to the last Whig Congress the Hon. Then. F. conflagration. The materials, we ljarn, were ing been presented was ,withdrawn. rest

1 .' relented. Mr. llnllett proposed to the meet- Marstmll, ot'Kentucky, introduced a series of thrown in the street in great confusion. and we j The committee then retired, and in a" sho4
L : \ plnn thnt took like wild tire. He Mipgcst- resolutions centring John Q. Adams for Im' ef. fear Mr. M'Kinh y will Buffer some loss, both in '
that the Rhode Inland stain committee should forts to dissolve i thi Union. At the last Nashville types and furniture. time returned and made the following lepoti. a'. qrIM

t I ( < $ i u a Liberty_Stock to release Martin Luther Democratic Convention' Mr. Marshall informed VV e deeply sympathise with the sufferers by i The committee appointed In setieUan caadl1." :

file and bondage imposed upon him in the his audience that the resolutions of censure this calamity for several of them 'tre rendered dates to be su ni'tfj!. totb.rni_ >.>eiing*' ntercn. coi

) Algiers for exercising the rights of' upon Mr. Ad.rms introduced by him, were houseless, and have lost .nearly all their fur9ir .)' he sr aIflI.m'a' I; 1'flit
I American i citizen, in acting as moderator of i in a Whig caucus ",noses were, "
4 agreed upon : lure and stocks ut goods. |, niUtud to tbembegti'nve; inly unh i '
town meeting the call of the people under "and it ascertained that a majority p'.nt!
qsiuatt'd( The fire was undoubtedly the work, of an in. '!
IS 1 conMilution adopted by two thirds of the, would votu-for censjring the old incendiary.'* ,ccndiary ; and we .learn from a gentleman direct I the names ofYu....\.FU&WA D ;all4 W. Wrl: Weactj

; ., adult main citizens of Rhode llind.-; After the resIuiionshad. been piesentcdto the from the scene that three men were strong-,: LORING, as uitablepcvons ns Ca .ti tf't1t t" 1;'

jl scrip to be signed i by the state committee, llous? for its consideration, Mr. Adams spent"long a ly suspected of being ,concerned, as they were I"supported by the Demcratic i p.ari.ptSft a'

to entitle the holder bad his posterity a time in pouring forth his fierce invectives seen about the neighborhood acting in a sUpi.1 I I for the in the glory of hating contributed to the upou Mr. Marshall and others, but his: efforts to cious manner, a half hour before the ularu. was "
:: 1 of an American patriot from ty get the olutions.loid on the table were unsuc. given., On search being made for: them, after I: Which report was read and u iuuim .ailr ;itdoptctl.

no person to be allowed to "contribute ci sful. On learning that a m"ju.iIYycre disposed the fire was extinguished, they could not be ., _.. -j-"
than Un cent for a share/: Mr. Hulk-it tu censure him, he suddenly' changed his foundand it was ascertained they bad 5UIJdcn-1! A committee was S then appointed to wnitoali'j

: : : this stock,would :go better and be worth mode of'd fence,and, commenced n furious on. J ly left f he city. The constable, Mr. .f- nominees and to inform them of their. : nooifaiV
: i than Clay's fifty million National Dank .iaubi upon Mr. Clay, charging that the latter, med in tely fummoned a' posse,who armed themselves 'I' .*',*"* vii!
ever would Mr. Sickles said they would in moving abolish the veto power was strug. and started in hot pursuit. By tomor. tion and. reqm'st.tbelr acceptance of tbc,"I9Jii: '(Jr.
I it up in New York." Mr. H said they gling to destroy the Union, by breaking down its row's mail we hope tohror of'the arrest of the Messrs. Michael. IJsinaJteph |'errei ,ud

: not have it ;' Massachusetts would claim only bulwark. The arguments of Mr. Adams! fugitives.-iVoMk Herald, 27th utt. Maurice Sanchez were appointed that cocofiNU
share. ,He wanted to see the stock sub- ueie clear and cogent, showing tint if Mr. tee. ,JUT the]
I i : cribl>d all'out of Rhode hland, and a receipt Clay's proposition succeeded, the Uinon could A ROYAL TOUR. S S self
( full got of Martin Luther's jailor.*, and then ,DOt be pn'Srve.d.wfhe attack upon'Mr. Clay The N. y. Commercial Adtertiser translates Messrs. FORWARD and LOSING appeared add HI. ;, uf

wanted to see him. about the 15th of OcL produced a terrible fluttering among the Whig from a French paper the subjoined notice of,I short and feeling addresses accepted the uoa&ination. "

on the err spot. of the Boston massacre of members. It was undcrstoud,"aid )Ir. Marshall, royalty in I'xxJmotion. The whole account is a ... S ':::>-f

i ( and tbe democrats would haven shout over to be a warning to the Whigs that unless they capital burlesque upon many a similar expedition :I After some remarks from the Chairman,U*:
? I j that'would make the walls of Dorr's pris. chaiked him off, Mr. Adams would fake their from more ci ilizedkingduD1J.lbanhat of'
I I totter What think'vou of this pla.tnVe leader, Mr. Clay by the throat and strangle Tascou :- I'I meeting adjourned with threVbheers :for-Forf S H

t recall alive for it here, and would send( you' a him. It produced the effect intended by The ship Young Frederick Captain Walter,I ward and Loring. *

: delegation. Our state coumi.tee: must .Mr. Adams. Another Whig caucus was held, has brought to this port (Rouen) two personages: P.L.DANCY." CbarmIaJ&xzs ;'..! that

=.tbis scrip out at once<< of which Mr. Marshall 'was kept in igno. of hgh: distinct jo. One is the Prince Dehube M. GOULD Secretary. _; .
I Yuur's truly, F. raneeand it was agreed that resolutions ot eldest son of the King of Tassou, a '- 5GOODFIRST- .- :. [

: I censure should be laid on the table. Pursuantto ing on'.the river Gaboon and the count"Y.1 RATEr ;". ,but
WINTER VISITATION IN ABY'SSUUA.-Aslhe that caucus arrangement, Mr. Marshall ,was ea just between the tropics ; the other is'Itatow, We l learn that on Saturday last, John Bard *
; : lug of an eventful night closed in, which deserted those who had him to take tbe cousin .
by urged i and prime minister of the King of Ta one of the Locofuco candidates
; (10 witre the destruction'. of a portion of step,which he had a d,wbo had promised to sou. Having had the honor of a.preentation I Senate. attempted to make a. speech'to'.ri: ; I'
I it I
i breath of wind disturbed
capital not a single l
staud by him in the, conflict. The resolutionswere to the Prince, we have-obtained from him tbe of Black Creek commenced b
t thick 'fog which still brooded over the moun consequently laid on tbe table. following details,through the nv dium of an interpreter I !pie iytaj ing. "Fellow citizens now 1 intend iOI4!' I.
sensible difference in
>> was perceptible A short time subsequently, Mr. Giddings began his language being a patois compounded : it! to you." When those assembled to best M 1I
I If I I be atmosphere but the rain again commenced to agitate dissolution of the Union, and of. Euglisb French and the Negro dia. Immediately cried out"Wi? hope you,&tOd,
descend in and for hours
| a perfect deluge, S I
f resolutions were brought forward 'to expel him leet. and "' ,
agoing to tie us up whip us f'1
I pelted like the discharge of the bursting waterI from the House. The very whigs who bad deserted 44 The King of Tassou, it seems,' desiring to lea
the above from the last Atoffeare
I violent We cut
Towards a thunderstorm I
Mr. Marshall in his conflict with Adams, perpetuate his dynasty, bad cast his eyes upon the]
\ -red along( the crest of the range, and for were seized with sudden indignation at the treasonable You-no, daughter a principal 1 chief as a suit authorized give it a full and prod ptr. .,

minutes the entire'scene was fearfully _illuminated ., proposition of Mr. Giddings, and gave able bride fer bis eldest son. Her'age,at present niaL A gentleman who was present andik-; j. ,f:

: by the dazzling fire of heaven, and. vent to their patriotism in eloquent speeches.Just .- is a little more than six yeais. But the every word spoken by CoL Jiroward i Ia(
and re-echoed fiom the
ry ruck cranny succeeding as they were bout to vote on the Giddings' royal finances being much out of order, the nothing of the kind was said b .airsNwas <
crash IIf thunder. dark. us ,
hurling Deep
<< resolutions, Mr.Marshall put bis bat on his head young Prince found himself unable to make the I
| again settled over the mountain. Then theI I any thing like the .retort slated by-
I and walked towards the door. He was stoppedby customary gifts to the father of the lady. The w-
I groaned and trembled to its very centre ; one of his treacherous Whig friends, and articles required were ten bottles of rum eight News uttered. .1rt p
I bill retled.und tottered like a drunken man ;iI asked in of be did not intend
a tone surprises measures of gold dual and a certain number ofele'pbanla" ..S C
I a heavy rumbling noise, like the passage of to remain and vote against that infernal feU teeth; and the,bad but half the re COL. DKOWARD. ?t.
I f artillery' wheels was followed by the shrill cry low Gidding" No," was the'pointed reply qullite- umber of!either. True, the father of I A long article; ,,ia, the -News" deIOM14 *
of mortal l despair. The earth saturated with Mr. Marshall ** refined the of the acts o(1be Loco-Foeo l
of no you to help me' bride consented, give credit for the re I I complaining: j
I I I I l 1 moisture, had sudden! like an avalauch from the throttle tbe lion, and you may now hunt down mainder ; but this only on 'condition that the ty in relation; to the nomination of it* ',. .
I l rucksheated from
'pesand huge "
steep rugged
the polecat yourselves. folks should be only betrothed not actually .
) young little'll ,
I datos.
I their cradles, pursued a sweeping course into the These facts afford striking ,proof of the married. .. ThOle'gent1emoB are very ,
I ,1 glens below. Houses and cottages were en ulf. character of the Whig Congress. Partisanship The young Prince addressed himself with ful for the pretended sympathy of the **Nand .'!, in.r
1 td and buried in the dark del/risor shattered
/ the fur Mr. Clay exercised a stronger influence over great industry to tbe task bf obtaining the need. have sense enough ,.to know 'what_ f.
I! their! by with monstrous terrific masses bounding Trees i! that body than patriotism or love of the Union. ed articles, but he had made no great progressin means. It i is very ,well to do so when tixj
on course rapidity.
? Satannofi Georgian.A it'when the Young Frederick :,. .,
| we.e up-torn from their resting pluce of ages ; I the coati. The of aOC'hored.offl. no longer in their way. .
and daylight presented to the eyes of the affrighted Battalion. Killed King f1'assouhaving reedy.ed i A paragraph Is particularly devoted W? ,4-
Missing off! was an expression from Captain Walkera looking glass,a table
I inhabitants of'ruin.I '
Perched a strange of a'conical scene the- once unhappily made use of in the I: knife and a small bell, as presents formed so. Broward, and it n exceedingly becomiogc*.
; | had upon theappex the peak frowned British Senate: by some! cold-blooded metaphy. I high an idea of Frenchgenerosity I/ and riches part of the editor of the News to Uka pie
/ palace on proceeding evening,
over the capita! in all the security of its numerlUsencJrcIing'palisades sicians; but ,ltd show bow easly military men : that- he determined' to send his son on a visit to of cow STEALERS and KXGSO THX2VZ3, -, ,
/ are reconciled to the thing itself Mr. Labaumehas i the French nation,hoping that he inight obtain -
: but now,shorn of their \ 'Uiii
( Broward i in his fpanhh ,
I acts as a
given us nn anecdote ot 'the tbe needful .
j campaign against to satisfy the cupidity of You-no's
those that had
/ bristling overthrown protection,stood naked building and exposed.notbeen Russia Napplion.. It uppears that toward father; and to send Itatow as his companionand never tied. up,,.any one else. He dM hi?'

Twenty open though heavy balte. 'the eitreeme rtiht, the Russians had a Mentor And thus it happens that these and Ihejust ,of all parties commend hiat.J"

ries had been playing for a fortnight: upon the redoubt, which by its destructive fire, spread illustrious" persons are now visitors to our coun' The'Jacksonville Tropical Plant bas o
consternatiohMbrough: tbe French I line. After .
devoted hill, swept to the porch of the try... of !!
i up very a sanguinary combat of about an hour, this twice hinted at ,the culpability sq .,,.
I banqueting hall ; and palings and palisadnes, redoubt was carried, with the !loss of twelve EBRO-A man should ncver"be ashamed nominees of the Bank Whig Notitt' Ait.. '

I and burled mingled from their together deep,foundations ktrewed over, lay the broken entire.f..ce hundred men. who, remained dead in the in- to own be has been in tbe wrong. which is but .Parryand: it has,been a little, aswnishio::
trencbments and, next day, when sayingiinpther, words, than he is wiser to
? ; Napolion day FOf
Of tbe eminence. Tbe mails along tbe than he that they have taken it so kindly.
wa4 reviewing the sixly-first regiment which ,Has yesterday.-Pope. tbe i
I were completely! obliterated. honor of their we should hope
I I scarp had suffered the great loss, he aked tbe Colonel How, is' your husband' this afternoon ; I' It II said that words hurt nobody nevertheless what bad become of oue of his battalions ; Squiggs Why the doctor says as how as were not true. ,The people. of Florida. ,."' i. S

I SampM jawed n thousand Philistines. to "Sir ;" replied he,"il is in 1M 'rtdaUlt/,,'-Re- I I if he lives till mornin'' be is afeared be must feel not a "liule.,mortified jilt. should t&rf',. :. SS

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j ; ;; :" "" '. 'ri'o 'l iDd of'a '.I8nk.maoi'Dd J. ..4-T PASSEN U. ; An Ordinance, regulating Quarantine CITY COUNCIL,ROOM.Sept. f _

"' Tbf- .j ;f"' i btf" *a- be, that hejwas.a Democrat and was therefore "'-' In theMariI"M. JDot from NewYorlUMrs. 30. 1844. S 0
.. and Jpr the
riding'against that the operation ofthe Quarantine _
;,Ur frpaj ;ff!:|elepie DAVTD Ltyr, on be sub.F1orIdtthotetyD1oa.. '''ffly l:>>f jKWtoJb all monopolies.>> M&Frfa" .Forward and two children; Mrs. Humph introduction of malignant and ORDERED te suspended from,this)'data. : _

i j feetof'fMlfi hw&* of :: beea, caelj4.c oilie Democratic Ticket .for rays,Mrs.Carr, B. E.Carr, Geo. Burt, M. Her. pestilential A true extract from the proceedings. :

Tb clr6 U"'J1I" ,*ell I andi i !writteri. ; ;,but.:it the Low r K onezt: addressed tbe company, nandez and Wadsworth. l diseases in the City of St. October lit, 1844.P. B. DUMAS. Clerk" of' Counoil. -

-. taififM tboto9znucb.unnocesary abuso, oq and acq Iit& himself i handsom ljrr;>pd did Aa&ustine. _

.... l' enemle There' is honor .i MARINE ,JOURNAL, '. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Alder Notice. # -
""'J tbe part.oJi., | ,. ni air the cause. It was' one of...hit plain ope* aU' .. ...esra1z. SEC. of tbe City of Augustine:: in Council assembled is nn longer in my hands any sum of
-' \,>.t':" Ifgt tJa'.. dpuJor fcra 4ingtlr, and the a rg fl speecbesyaDd before be finUbed, uch. was the that from and after the passage of this Ordinance THERE to par aa a reward,for'the apprehension_

,;. raacedbjcMlr.J Delegate in yorof force of his argument" that ,.it made. tho whip ARRIVED. it shall and may be lawful (or the-City Council from tin.e to time, and fur such length of time as Court of Fast: Florida,sad purchased bj \. Sancb *, ,
", wcbaiJto ttaggcr who blib.R look d&i 14th-Sch Maria M.Ktotts New York 10 .
: : many ..o raiid. v % ',
deem it ali vessels
they may necessary, to subject ar. as heretofore advertised. -
P" dnys. 1100 to B. E. Carr &, Co
: ', er be .AI.' qPr.nI: The Captain of the Company then gave nO: Packages tiring from sea to Quaianiine,aud also to prevent JOHN BEARD, rr. 0 MarshaL .
( I 100 do to G. Bart& Co. .
\,'' "',:' n e4 stlon' present prave oonsideratioat'aiiiitwLriy & tic* that a meeting would beheld at tbe church, intercourse with ibe City by laud or water. 8U Arigustine, Sept 27.1844 3 .
AtLED. 8FC. 2. That il shall be lawful for the City Council -
$ en''! ...taW"tie 'mtjitare. The and dismissed his Company. The Democrat 12tb-Sch. Maria Atwell Key West. to appoint an officer to be called the Port Physician, BIT THE PRESIDENT _

s asift lr; :crtJi; -:tr" J on-)raote. help.The understood what.the object of this meeting was, Hth-Sch.. Stephen & Fiances Adams, Charles who shall perform such duties as shall by Ordinance THE UNITED STATES. '

baUnca orpower: must needs bo.lte>> up In the and that the whigs re the prime movers of it, ton. be provided and who shall hold. his office at the du -
'&rid'r.1; for '' Scb Waller.M.Hitchcock do; .cretion of the City Council. or law, I, JOBS TYLSV, President ..
SttfM\ ; looked toJ t the and concluded therefore not ',to attend, but to SEC 3. That the Quarantine Station shall be''be IN furanance' States uf America, do hereby declare .

_ j i4ucnce! which must' ,be bad when have a Democratic Levy meeting, and gave notice .ElectIon ef ,!Senators and Re- tween Point Cariel aud Bar Creek.and that whenever aud .make known, that a 'public sale will beheld .. ,

Ii ad..itt; ., to that,effect an/1 sted the friends of toe City Council sh.ll iuue an order subjecting 'at the Land Office at NEWNANSVILLE, in t
Ion fequ presentatives.WOTICEIS I _
Yea ,Quaraotine it shall be the duty .ot every the TERRITORY OF FLORIDA' commencingon 1
z i ;Bilbtfto i the! measure baa teen opposed by Levy to assemble at the Hickory Pole which bad HEREBY GIVEN that Poll will Piloi; conducting any such vessel o bring her to the !Monday, the sixteenth day of December next,

,florid*,io cootrqueoca of h peculiar *jj.iIo' been raised that morning with a 'vyJl4gway- i IHI opened on .the first nf6nday in November Quarantine Ground, and to inform' the Master or for the disposal; of the nnappropriated vacant pub
_ next beinlth. 4th day of that month at the follow Commander thereof of the ixsuing of such order.
lie lands within the limits of the townships berejn-,
j T nn&t'yarg; vdr"hni impoverished her. ing beautitully at its top in front of tbe House ing places for the election of four Senator for thst SBC. 4. That 'during the time the kaid Council after designated to wit:

_ : irJ, ,,", ,[has enabled her !o 'recoverzfleYery the Democrats intended to Hold their meeting in. Difttrictof. East Florida and of two Representatives shall order vesae's' to Quarantine, it shall not be lawful South if the Bate Line and East of tin:Meridian
i for the of St. John, to the Council
\ County Legislative ror. vensel! arriving from sea, to enter into the
'I ....( year 'will add largely to her Well," the 'two meetings took place, and the of the Territory of Florida. to wit: Harborof au1 said City until permission be first ohtaiu. Townships twenty, twenty-one Bud twenty-two; .

rtetb! '.o3 p\jpuatoh.| | ; Tbeoiatl$ .question has 'I whigs all countedemnunted to about 25,;and St. Angnsline Peciuct"at the Court House. In. I: ed. in writing (rom the POll Physicianof.aid Cit; of Tbe range two eighteen.easternmost... tiers.. of sections in ,township_ ..

1 ; ,feajs&s telte f i't.tOftJn :ttber wor4i'jbilhrofber1oPutation. ; the'Democrhta'aba'uf" : ? 60;'and. perhaps more. We pectors.. Abraham,. :' Dupont. Jacob" Forinan. ..lIdM..nueI31.deci and for the purpose of receiving the said Port Pby- fifteen.'the- two. earterninon.. tiers of .. sectionsand -
t- skim it shall be tbe duty of tile Master,.or.Cota- and,thirt. iwir .,._ _
assembled and sections ; ; ,
to called L. S. Bennett twenty-twovttweMy-seven
support a sterling
fii'ntanza: Precinct at the House of Jut. Petltrer, mander of said vessel to come to anchor between the of .
sixteen belt
in towmftip
east seventeen
_ biiloVp6 *60 There are !tho5ebul,-we,b
: have no, desire, loumport' which. astonished of his gil DoponL permission shall have been obtained as aloreaaid. tbe liens Iw"jl and
J ii\lat1aro"'rJ-.whq: ;: Ungtby.fpeech, :many, North River Precinct at the House of Edwin T. SEC. i. That it shall be abe dnly of tha said Port set twenty-one- )- ill'l thirty

". ; .JptttelGover rinienlf! and have ,prefer I friend, by the force of argument and the gen. Jencken. Iimpectorf. Edwin T. Jenckes. Robert M icier Physician to go along side of any vessel that may arrive thus nineteen, III the and same twenty townshipand, except, the, two all of westernmost tewnships '

ortro ; rc4: *;j lwotjld, .till pc1jn a *tate of dependenceijpao eral' knowledge' he possessed, with the political and Jarv is Bottle from sea us aforesaid and' after a faithful examination tiers of sectiuus in'tbe former of range nineteen: .
Precinct Picolnta
Picolata the Hon
e. uf the said Master and .
vessel. Passengers .
\f* : CoDcre*! \ Though we have opposed the 'affairs of our country. It was one of his bappi nl'1lJbhn'G. Smith, Alexander Watsou, and George Crew. te may grant permission in wriiing to the said Townships fourteen, fifteen and sixteen. of raug.., -

datrv* \ I _iAt\ qutiOflY have always I Junked forwerdt9ptbeJJf90Vbeti effort.*, and for (he deserves tho thanks, tjf Colee vessel 1 to euter the Hirbor, or hi may detain her at es twenty, tweniy-oue fifteen and and twentytwo.Townships of .

nettdng FJqrida i ,would take ,her station! Democratic of East Florida' Pftlalka Precinct, at the Ilonne ,of Jitnes B. Cole. Quarantine until the further order, of the Council ; .three. twenty. range twenty. .
: i I ; party ., Inspectors James B. Color Arthur. VV. Bell!, and and it shall be the further duty of the said Port Physician .
ont the Bout born States and I Lands appropriated by hw for Ihe nee of schools,
fV (a tbe Union He was.followed by Col. Proward who nvslained John Dick. in casa he shill find cause to detain said! ,ell. will be excludes from

t *.wriiav: t ai i ray! 'w"!hcd that her star should. himself and gentlemen on the Ticket !\(()'; Branch: Pn'CincI.attho House of Fran set, immediately to report the facts to'the Mayor, and sale military, or othcr purpo&es' i. ., .
ci. Francis John LoU ..
hitrotb thine;bright' as an1Irr l fcnlliant! galaxy. ,.;, 4pith him, fully against every charge raised by Phillips Rogero.and Inspectors John Ferreira., Rogero. the the said Board Mayor"shall.forthwith, who upon a consideration submit thereof the. same, may to The sale will be kept open for. two weeks, (unless -

of and
;'Tbe prltrilege 'of self government is worthtosas the,whig party in fact his speech,was so replete The Polls to be opened at 9 o'clock.. A, BI.., and order the said Ye"ello be Quarantined. the and no lauds private are soouerrdipoed entries of: .lards in ,)the townships QO longer! sa'. : :
and the question for ofTlotkts cloned at 5 o'clock P. M. S EC. 6. That it not be lawful for
seeriftce thepeople .with-randor nnd sound argument, as to com. Returns'of the original PoU Boob to be made to shalj any person offered will admitted,until after the expirationof .
wLo tw on board oi arriving from sea
to,(fccidVi. **ire Jh y prepared4 make pletelf 'demolish the whig prospects in this the County Clerks Office within eight Jays after tbe as aforesaid. to leave her any, of hold communication the Given two weeks.under hand at the city Washington. ; .
if my "
'h.trift t'ow1' 11'\:s:'"; quarter. election. with any one from the shore (the Port Physician only this day of June Anne Domini one .

I .. ':Ur! Levy atK 1nrtructions of hist constituents, Given nnder my hard at St. Angnstine. the 14th. exceptedj until first having obtained permi"sion as thousand tweuty.fonrih eight bandied and forty-four .!'J -
ei.'whatever those'tnstructions. are to Major Cricbto,one of the Democratic-Can, day of October, 1844. aforesaid under the penalty: of not exceeding Five TYLER. -
4tn nrorn j
dilntewe.. then called for and in a hort, bUt P. DUMAS.. Dollars; andifanv person shall leave the said: Vessel By the President : i i _
y3, Cleric! Johns County. and shall visit the City within'Fifteen days thereafter, .
beautiful address ,
stated his .
beof letter at principles to be 61 I hp.. or she, shall ba Iiabe! to Fine and Imprisonment
Webtll p' an, early day, Notice. Com'nr. the General Land .
of Office. _
'J' the old .Jefferoninil school, l. Democrat of the at the discretion of the City Council.SEC. ...!. -
while the '
-9un. 4ID .jnea.n give. concluding_. ,para. IS hereby given to all person concerned or interested 7. That. the 1\laster.Commander: or other -=0, "
*rtpfeJi fbi' letter.Tbe first water and against, Banks,and if he waft in the E ta'e of Miguel Papy. late of Si. person hl\'ingchltrgo"if any vessel arriving from sea NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS.

ain"point by which, as it sernt' to me honored by. his fellow citizens wiilra: sent in the I John's Countv. deceased, AS creditor heirs or le. as aforesaid, shall neglect or refuse to bri'ig to any Every person entitled to the right of pfPeciption
veniust''be'controlled, is the ability..of biir.peophl j I next Legislature he would always be round .a gateea. in exhibit their claimi against the said Eotnte vessel at the Point aforesaid, until visited by s-tid Port to nny Lind within the Hrrits of the UTwnshipsaboveenumerated
within tWoyears, or the same will be forever barred i is reqnired'jto establish the cant'etothes.nislactloii .. -
raalniain ah "t; ., i iPUI Physician, or shall proceed into the Harbor without .
independent in&rnment.
to strenuous advocate' of these'principles sup and all person* Indebted to said Estate are requested first do shall of,the ae h.rer and Receive of the Land .
obtaining a written'permission to so, or '
'tjlare1Latipoathe; conclusion -.toVhich: eaclIItHttnau'a1 only such measures, as in hi* judgment to ma.e immediate payment to the subucriber. refuse all Office and,male paymenttbeiefor alfHi. aifraetiealte .
negl hli 'toanxwer questions respecting -
BMy'crfmo in ,hw own mind,, as to G. N.' PAPY, Administrator. proper after string this 'noite, and before the day ,
fla appointed
conduce the clfldtiliueM of the vessel and tho hfalihef'
would best their .
wbPlbeib\\$ froucs wilt,p'na1Jlo' him' to meet to and_ bajpinesw. October" 15 8, t the and shall obstruct' for the enmniehceWnt' of the public sale of -
crew or or' disturb
_ hV.Ktwept the_ ,burden wlthpoi Intolerable in. "Notice. the passengers Port Physician i in the necessary discharge of his the township, embracing! trect claimed above -

a v'ctenceBn< ,"bplhor1 c illing to incur A call, was then'rnade for .noire one to explain concerned interested duties, or shall permit any person (the Port Physician ..: designated ; otherwise such rlaim. will be forfeited. .
hereby given to all or 1 110. H.
the l jiatusacriflces. icnsJn: view of the Cow T 4 which the whigs have so industriously IS in the Estate of persons MART B. PArs, lute of St.John' onlexcepied) to boaid said ve nel. i>r shall per. Com'nr. of the G .'1.Land Office.
and I mit to leave he shall ihe _
the presektt couiiu-rbsilIaqcingCndvfl her. for
ntuge us '
eat circulated! against Col. SranchpztOr1u.nately County; deceased, as executors, heir, or legatees any person pay July' 23. J844 --(-
f'otore.bei HiU.. This 1 U hot n question<< of prin- to exhibit their claims against the and Estate of the City the sum of Fifty Dollarsj! ; to be recovered ;.: !: -- : :,
icon.bav. clplf'.bUI tlf /met nnd feeling, which addresses I n Democrat from St.John's was present, within Two Years, or the aame will be forever barred; before the Mayor in R summary ,.ay,and the ...ii
iotelfloeiich citizen,to bexiecidcd for' himself.4)fuurse.tbercutee4Cxprer4 i I who, arocoand made a full, candid and impartial and all person indebted to said Estate are requested i vessel shall be liable for.and may be attached -and NEGRO MALE SLAVES: known and 0
I held tor the payment thereof. JL of tl.e fullnwing descriplion. o wit. one'. named
no opinion; but. to make immediate payment to the subscriber. .
I I i whole matter to the I explanation of the charge. vindicating the G. N. PAPY, Atlwtni.trator.jtoher15 SEC. 8. Tuat the Port Physician shall be entitled I BILLY, a black man. aged about 10 'or 45,'five .'
respectful stibsult4bp! 1\\character of Col. Sanchez and effectually cnn. ( 8 to receive from every vessel vlniled by him as'afore fcet nine inches in height stout built, ha*"',a cut in '
shor1' ..k1d' meutut'.IO.Ii.II.nw.c'tizcntc.' for such instrucTioiV said as a full compensation for his service, the sum the low r eui6f his left ear, di :sxed in dark'satlinettclotbos .
to nie at they mny please to give: 1 It.h .vinced every one present of the fulsity of tbe UIU 11 i.11' \JL lL': UJ 1." 'f1'I''UQ A JI.4I.J I of Fonr Dollars--and the ve*. el, M""'er or Coin- e'tlhunanled: MORRIS\ a black' man.g"d ,

II.nelf. II question tit expediency.and my course in res. charge and of the great injustice that our oppp.nents Remaining i in the Post Office at St. Augustine, wander, or Agent, shall be liable therefor ; and if the abotu tweniy-nVe veers, is 5 feet 9 i inchests i

jvcUo it will bu determined altogether bylhecuIQiiand'uf I .had done our worthy and esteemed Can Florida, on the SOth, Sept. 1844, which if' said Master. Commander or Agent hull neglect or height, h811a ring in his'lft ear, and slender built '

-etfl. : : those.d 1 .rtpricnt.I I didote Col. SanchE'Z-nnlla1l for the of not taken out in three monlhs.will be sent I{ refuse to ]j4V the said Four' Dollars when demanded dressed in a cheek shirt, with coarse brown sail clotb _
I '"l'"i.n.' f.n"w.l"ilizPIIt!, I implore you !, purpose to the Dead Letter Office, in Wa.sbin.-tun, D. heb,11! be further liable In a Fine of not exceedingFive pantaloons' ; nave been pUcf in my charge as Jailr.o _
-i -- Teiatkr.1hkutjtct1iiI1ftr4dit: qHientron. t tqithllydi j defeatiug him in ihouappronching. election... C. *. Dollars imprisonment the'discretion of the by a.Coiurnitmtm fram Jnsttce Philips, runaway .

t: < 1EWiobe.. j Adderson G K the said Vtsellor 1 tbe said sum of Four dollars cud provided raid tlaye&e ,snpposedr to.hvmade ., ..
\ have'iduty nf riot im nnd orge
: to perform. .
; e pat with nine loud cheers for the thou
Levy, B K-lly William and costs escape from4 nan by the/name .. _
(it be altar uf PatrinUsm,all .American partie,success of lhe-.Senate.,Ticket and for Democratic Boor Mrs. Lucia Ktiu John f EC. 9. Tbit if it shall discovered: that there Wright, of New Riverr: :South Florida. and atta. -_ _
J 4\f ..nieeU: : rWhet.berbi, uf Republicanall arej i : Baldwin Dr. Isaac II 2 Kimpschilds Carl was sickness on boatd of any vessel, at the time the posed( to be tbe property'!r the Estate'Jt "'Jaal ,
... Araetleans, ,nil Floridianx ,In oonsideriiig, principles. It wasono! of the most enthusiastic Baiber C LUolhDLO"Jebo was thus permitted by the Port Physician to come up .Mourn of Brnncwiek; Georgia. \..'

1fwre14)re'fl', will minister:to 'tiur 'Cftmtr.l gathering.have been at for 's !1'e. lime. The H Long JaneM to the city. or if sickue luaU ufierwaids break out Notice Isherebgi'veu'that if said runaway Slaves. \

pind.'by1 trirmptfntry acriHc of npliijon and best, pn.4Ilibltifee'' prevailed and everything BurTon Mrs. Margaret LnanhineslBlacli onboard of said. vessel, or if any canre of.sickness shall'hot claimed end proved bythe owner or owners \ ;
C' i-btjvtniencPi; u< proceed to Ihoucci ion with'.itrnve : Charles Laureuson James .. shall be then discovered on bo'.nl, or to have been ihet cr, at or -before the expiiation'of one.year ." _
- the'mina. appreciation of Ihe responsibility that terminated,just in the wfay, the Democrats always Bell Arthur \V Loud &. Son caused by the arrival of said v".d.! in any way, it from the date hereof and tbe coati and charges for ,J.'

___ i trkt upon u.,und n dejerminutiot to separate su do up things of, this cort.. You4may ,ely Bell Charles MBrickhouue shall! be the duty of said Port I'il Iliciau to a Uit !said tbe aDprehendiiig! them. together with the prison fees \ ",
take such and such direc. and maintenance thereof I shall
vessel and measures give paid. theri'pursu
Nathan'AltG ri al John I
vitalun i uo from all the minor considerations it Mr. Editor our Senate Ticket will get a
upon Matters Peter tions in relation to Ihe same as. he shall deem necessary ant to the Statute, hand over the same to the hherhTof II _
$'UIPN.aand t4:party difference, or party ascendancy. A* strong vote at this precinct, and its being proba.ble Barow Bowden A Jack Morgan Warren W lo preserve the health of ih? City 'and it shall be the County of Si Johns, and_ Territory of Florida. ;; .

hove all,my iellow.cilizens u. so order our by the.Iarge vote that will bo given bnra for Itrifben Mr. Matiue debasliauMayson the duty of the Master or Commander of said vessel, to be sold at Public Auction. "- }
mmit.omi.. aajpn upon.thesubj ct.ihat.cnrne what may in James A F G or owner or agent thereof to obey-all micls! orders as Territory of Florid.. County of St. Johns and '
the future, theie snail be no just cause either; of our Lownr House Candidates that they may be Boyd c C M liter J said Port Physician may give in the case Should City of at. Anz ,,'ine. this!' 13lh"'JY or Anrunt,J844. 1;

tlf'iCprnnchoruf by our peers' elected. If our party be active, the Senatorial Clark John. D 3Martin Daniel B the Master. Con.mander. owner agent of said vessel JOSEPH AN DREU, Jailor.. : t

vf the Sui'ib. *i our fulluw-citizen. Ticket will succeed by a handsome Caiiuvas Cathnnue.1aflau IL It I refuse or neglect obey any such order, Le shall Angult 13 OlD '
Isaiah be liable'on: conviction thereof to a penalty of Filly ..
D.LEVY/ let every man be'up and a doing for tbe contest Closen \Vm. Coyler& Madden Mauanan JamesMcPnerrin 2 Dollar*, or imprisonment: at the discretion:: of the Estate or \" In. LevIngstondec.S .

'r The Cow Tax. drawing near and no one should be idle for Colt George John Louis Mayor. IXAfON'rllthraerdate we will apply to theludg. j'
Q the Coghlan I SEC. 10. Tint in ca e nf the arrival of any vessel ftc the Count Court or 8. Johns County. tara '
For'iftfl. .. ':,WeKirelpqJcfd agnln at'thr '* ournals. of the !I bur opponents are in the field, and exerting every Cornell. It Robert B Nelson Thomas N'C 2 from any place where Malignant or Pestilential diseases final discharge as adminiitnurrx and administrator _

|Ipuseandatpagel46and 147 and there find' nerve to defeat uq I have already spun this ClelandJohnCCfimn'dg nu. P shall. be known to prevail, itshall be tbo dutyof of said estate' o f which all concerned will lake ?dn. !'

ibVl the bill tho'mOde .of levying out to t too great a length.and will conclud.-.but Officer 6th U. S, Porter II the Port Physician to report her situation, together notice. E; i:. I.EVING8TON.' .
_ JJ prescribing Porter II with the names of the Passengers on bo: rif!, and JAUES M.GOULD.Aug. h
.1 ,it" frasROT reai. Our copy ofthe journals before doing so I will remark that Col. Hopkinsand jliifsatrv.Cohwa V. C. 7 Porter Ke,. Wm. whether they are from said vice or from whence they .87th, 1844. 'PS f
Copt. Picket the whig Candidates for this / are, to the City Council before be permit her to -- :
does not extend further than the 8th of March ; Conned Jordau T Perpall EvePehicer '1 \
here did come up to the City unless 'said' vessel shall have Notice,. }
to but not Hafr nsR
County, werepresent day, D
-I.1trOws 'Mif it wair called up again to be rend, which I JahohDnlespine been at least Six days ont from raM place. hereby given,That TWO MONTHS .n- rdate. .
%B'db\jlbjt! of the News address the people. The former gentlemen was Dnpont SEC. II. Thai it shall I the duty of the Clerk nf IS
:> \ rt ymuch, the Editor| Joseph P Rampon Master e the sobwtiber as Administrator of the Estate of ,
: knows. ry well from the best evidence. his called upon but declined. Downing C W Rodman JohnReynolds the Council to keep the Pot Physician supplied with I the MarquU de FOUGERES. deceased will'present I
; Yours Wm. minted[ or wrilien conies of this Ordinance', the ex- his accounts to the Honorable Judge of tbe'Connty. ,.
respectfully Dubbin Thomas J _
.. cwo knowledge bio being the member very .. __ : ._ the said ,
- me. personal unmas r a iuvucrua"'! L &.L IIUIII". p use of printing which, shall be charged by Court for adjustment: and notice is hereby further "'

- to'putw. "' Irohl*'Mosquito, and piesent in the house'at the POST OFFICE, PILATJTA, Flor. ) DutalWPDarling 8 Kcmpoti Rev. C Clerk with the otber."lpetldltnre./of the City ; and given thai! SIX MONTHS afterdate I win apply for .
it _ball be the of'ihe Pant board
# Reuben duty Physician on a final dismissal as said Administrator : of which
;r isiift that bill motion of Col. Sanchez, Peter Ridley
: the was on Oct. 8th, ::844. f
E Rogers Capu ingaei.etoexhiti1! for perusal to the Commander, all persons interested will p'eiF' Intake notice. :
"1aff* ;p4"tbe; (.aLto nnd there it sleeps We James M. Gould, Esq., Edward.. JamesF o Master. owner, or agent on board. thereof- one uf said FRANCIS CUE, Adm'r. I .

:;j,leave it to the people judge of the veracity of Editor of the Herald. Solana Charles printed copies -- --
I SEC/12, Thnt all Ordinances heretofore passed Notice 1
-ptF i"ihe Editor of.the News. DJ;AR SIR :Please publish the enclosed letter Fathio MosesFatbio Sarah Sims Smith Mr.Dr. I U 3 piovidinc against.the introduction of AIaJinanand, I
HEREBY GIVEN two months from date,
- ..# for the information of the public. Sheriff of St. Angustine Pestilential diseasest/and all Quarantine Regulations IS .
Farreira John ,
tL'Rews will weep over ,the ashes of a man beretofore passed be. and the came are hereby repeal the Subscribers as Executors of the Estate cf Dr.
ob't. senr't. Farran W 11 9 Savill Laurence RICHARD WEIGHTMAN decers-d., 1
foruW t"ti'raw., We deny that .Gen., Harrison was Very respt'ctfully.your ed. W. A. FORWARD.. Mayor. present f
Suva SatilleySEtitanett
Ferris their accounts lo the Judge of the County Court of
JAMES D. COLE PostMaster. Passed SOth 1844. .
tetr burnt in effigy in St. IAugust ine. The Fleming Luis T DONAS Clerk of CODncil.1'larshal's Su John's County for adjustment; and notice is
P..B. ,
-I'I'4hi 4NiW bas made ihe charge and it te bound to Fraser PhillipG Sheriff of 8u John' Co. hereby further eiyefi. that Six Months afterdate we '

POST OFFICE DUJRTM ZT, ) Sanchez Charles will apply for a final dismissal a. said Executors,; of
prove it if ii considers the thing of sojpucbCounty. Schniz Charles Sale. .
: Contract Office. > George which all perso s interested will please to take notice.

Cxiequenc9,' S Sept.84th,'1844. ) Galpin Hannah E Smith Peter Superior Court-AJachna Co. JOHN BI; FONTANE., ; ..
.__ Antonk Salina Peter '
Geiger R. D FONTANE $
ed4tI \.t. L -S Silt : Pilatka being the point nearest to Tampa Maurice Sanchez Mrs. Mary 0 / DISTRICT OF EAST. LLFRIDA. ., ."/
: BLLcCUtX4 fluval I ) Ganby Alexander 'W.. Crichton r*. Gad Humphreys. St. Augustine. Aug. 19, 1844 :.!An,. 20 .
?'oo1t \li'f' \ .,' by the due course of tli" aIl l. tbe matter for H Sheldon Jaue
Oct.5th,1844 J virtue ot Writ of Fieri Facias issued from .1 : _
Hsnoan Sarah Hibley & Branch Court DitrkE'F .
BY Superior :
'o? the Editor of the Herald. Tampa should be t nt't', Pitplka. If no mode Steele AugustusSheldun ihe Office of the Clerk of the Court aforesaid .
HagnerPV John's, Mosquito and 8iLucfeC6ubTieNUVEMBEn: j
in the above entitled; I have) levied on, and will I .
; 'DUK Pia.: :' We had great doings'here to dar of conveyance is presented beyond the packa. lib Thomas J DSheldon offer for sale at Public Auction, in font.oftbe CourtHouse TERM, 1844.

t: ;iftrthe i way of Militia mustering and'electianeeIt ) !- shouldaccording to'the, 66th! standing in. Hall Asa. Miss 8 Leah S. John T D I"Ylm. in Newnansville. Atachua County, on the first John King, Senr. 1 Attachment : :

1 be that and the in September next,all the right, title and iuterel vs. > ,Debt-$2961 72.
struction :at point contents Monday
J l being I the day for tbe militia to'turn out,, lleter Henry Thomas Robert of Gad Humphreys in and lo the undivided Joseph Pohl. > fond filed for 92:1,44.: :

r" Capt.. Blchc'h paraded hIs company, and after I delivered when called for, the Post Mas. Hill Hon. t5 B T.irnerSamL.4, 2 moie'.y 01* a certain tract of Land containing fifteen T\TOTICE hereby given of the commencement

-. "l exercses were over'and before the company i ter at Pilatka; charging. himself by special entry Henry Nathaniel STarwellG/Turneriamea'houston hundred acres situated in a place culled the Bigdwamp .1.' of the entitled suit: by attachment, and '
tbe Defendatitand all interested
Qc4 .1. Hammack in the County of Alachua, persons are required
: on account of mails received, witbtbe postage Houston James Thomas E or
WMdismlsseJ.Majjr" Putnam the whig Candij originallf granted to Antonio Alvarez by the Spanish ; to plead to the declaration therein filed aceordu r to

j:'f te'Ihr ihe.Senate,dressed the public In his 1 on the letters and papers so received. The in- 1 t Hall StephenHanson Thompson Taylor R B Dr WmHollingsworb .. Governor Don Jose Coppinger on the 71h< Decem law. W. II. IVES, _

:ItIWtt'tg and Bank styltfIe dwelt for a1OagtImeon r Vt ructions of the Department to send the. Tampa Lewis Thigpen Faribee ber. 1617 ; which undivided moiety of said Tract of July 16 1 144. Attorney Plaintiff.Estate -

!I matter to St. Augustine having been made i t Harrison Liaul G D Thistle Capt. H LTurnsfor Land was conveyed by the .rd Alvarez to the raid
hIS pifnclpal Topic the Division' I Humphrey's, on the 13ih day of Anjca>t. A. D. 1'25, or Henry Ferris. dec

d'oat.beatookup\be Bank question declared under an expectation that the Military Express Hall Lieut. Cyrus / AmnnrWightman W by'*deed of that date which was recdrd'd: in the Office Q IX )MONTHS, after date 1 shall, apply to the .
; 'l Hetnandes Mi.sT C /
,IH of John'sCcunly.on (C? Jndgn of the Court of St. Johns
Court St. Connty coon-
weald take the letters for citizens as well as for of the Clerk of the County
be ) to&nk'me 'in the face of his own ac i Hernandez F / Dr J S '. for final Administratrix of '
t the first day nf September 185, and f- tv a discharge as estate t
;:: k i gmerit J that be, had voted',for, the South. the Military, when pot too bulky for tran potation HertiacdezGa.|.er WifhtmaoWmEWashington Col.I IUI 9Wiggins t. ward. in the ffi'e'of the Clerk of the County 'cf which all concerned will tike due notice. ;
1. : Henry
: ; and now the! 'Military Express declining to Court of Alachoa County. HESTER STRONG.Admr'x.
ife Insarance-anrd Trust --Company that Jones Thomas \Y Francis C -
take tbe letters for citizens, the Postmaster Gen 'A* Walker Miss Jane JOHN BEARD Marsha Aug 17th. 1844, ..,
,1 be but I Jones Virgin},*
M was
never abused Levy yet Marshal.
jbad op. By J. BLANTON Dep. -
r|| t.pojMU'hlm., } Bow,very conilstent-his speech.I eral directs. that thr mail take regular channel PETER C. ZYL3TRA, Po.1..alter.September Jnt r 30, 1814. Notice. -

v:4' ; 1--siiQantcd. than tbe through Pilatka. Respectfully, 30. .@44. ciThe: love rala postponed until the lit &}on- PERSONS having any demand against f. _
; to nothing sore asking peo. ALL
;( Your Ob't.Servt. QIX-VttKt: :: alter date 1 will apply to the Jndce da) in January 1845. J. HKOHICK. of St. Auga tine. -fL F.,
7 ?IOefor, Hlm'Abut'he cannot gull the Dem' of the County Court of SL Johns Co nty. for will: hand them in whbia 3.mon'bs and ell- those indebted .

f.; mJQ :jb ; After h? lhad concluded; Col,; WM.H.DUNDAS, letters of Administ. tion on the estate of JAM its 0'- PretdaGardcnccds. will make immedialeJ' ; ,rJ.NO
: 'UST RECEIVED and for sale at tbe Drug and '
For lt Ast. P. M. General. NciLt., late of said county, deceased. G.FALLIGANT, Asmgnes ,
..! keor our Beoators, made a abort Medicine store by'Dr.F. ,
.:: ; : / A.8HAFFTER. op For JNO. J. HEDiICK.- '
!mi' b..t. t.l t'. and..'that b, POST,MUTCH, Pilatka Flo. Sept. th,Je<<. S.. WELLER & co. Sept. 3J, 1941. ,

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,>" ",. t ;''' ;;..f J. ,:t'An, ,OrdinanceIN : r". ,1 :: J f'' ,. : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ;;> :- ..J.:'s n'IGn.vt.UJPOn.TANT'A' D EXTRA RD-i ;;ALL CHRISTIAN SECTS AN&

# '. L. 1NAHY LN'IERPR1SESEVFRALD1U.D HUNr: D E( OM -Their origin,,peculiar;ioBt
"' RELATION TO l.'JlE'nKET3: <{ ; GROCERY Aiii>spROTisioiv STORE. : VOLUMES ,of New iadJJmekan'' and present en Dy.John Evans, LL1' :

___ Sac. 1. 'Be It ordained by the'Major\ and Aldermen la Course or publication' ON THETC11EAP PLfiN. I' From'the_Fifteenth 'London F.loa.;" 'Rivi.ejenlaiged ;d

.. of the City of.St. At.gnciu": Uiatuo per' ou or pers AT THE OLD STAND <" ; Each'volume will contain I 150 pages aDd.up.ard. ,' wli the, aJloacf. mOt rtt.mtistics -
ins shall sell or offer for sail in'thl" ,City at any and. can be forwarded.. by.mail to any part of the U. I ,. sect jlth Uzi
pUce other than the Market. the fre.'h.'meat: of any
Beet Goat Hog or Sheep or' one of either kind, Q boards. 37 1.2 'cents; in' cloth,and gilt lettered, 50 Price in bart .' 37cenUj .0Dd 'in oic'.ci

without the.sime hasjbeen' rir..t exposed: ' in .t RE! NOW RECEIVING perscbr. AJAIUON, ,da-5 f Jm New York II cnmplcteasorimento( articles cents. lettered; e.ns. .. ". "

I ih.i Ma'rkot for th-j spice of On, Hour ; and no' per- ua. as heretofore kept by them. We 'solicit, tne attention of4be trade and private families io our large end .' JAMES WATT&CO.[, Publishers. 174 Broadway THE, LITTLE ,ROBINSON; OF aJ

*"111 or.person shall veil or offW for IIale any of MICIluiarin extenme assortment. We hepaby strict attention to brisines to continue,the" patronige liberally bestowed New-York, have thadeo.tensiveauangemeiitafor :Industry's Triumph-A Tale forjouth.; .s.

4 either of the mo'ilus,,, of April May.. June, npon iLls esuMNhment for the last six years All orders hall! have prompt'attention. To the trade pnbfixhing, during1 the "present'spring and summer from the.French cf Madame EttgeoieFOB, ,

... ,, July'August. fJeptemboror October ia each and the usual facilities and discount, and at Charleston prices: by the original packages The following are but I months, several hundred volumes. of-New and Landou. Copyright} with, art. engravings One f ,

I very year, nules.4 the san-a shall have been slaughtered few of tha many articles we Have received. Useful Books, in the various depar menu 'of Medicine i.. the most interesting IIO"e ever written fey

since five: o'clock in the afternoon of tho day I TEAS-Young Hy onold do.,Twank" Gunpowder MISCELLANEOUS. Rice. Pot Darky, Oat Meal, History, Educaticn, Belles-Letters, Poetry.and young r" and conveying' a beautiful moral.- Prfc '
last it I'
that vrhich brought into.the
preceding* upon- *. Imperial, Bohea, Ponchoog, Sooehonjr. Alum. Copperas. Pipe Clay, Bath Bricks, Span- Romance, by the best writers. Tlusdl, onqnertionably cents > 1'? "

- Market.in1 into animal aforesaid 8 Ui" Ml..*, Ac.-Refined Loaf crushed do.; Alnacoi1th float Indigo, Fig Blue, London Starch Candle form the most interesting library .of Books A,'WINTER. GIFT FOR L JE.' .}

i bringht' lhanj nmket, nhnll be hrbnghtitarerf or vth right.;) Liquorice Paste; Rock Candy; Wick,liquid Blacking, pints and qnarts. Paste in tin ever published in t aii' country ; and toe very small Itracnsln knitting,' nettiujr t" .1..) ,
whoZsori, U e tl Molasses; Havanah Honey. caws shoe and scrubbing bushes corn brooms do price charged for.;eacl, volume will obtain for them. newest, and most faahionib1&piPrice 1
in shall mniun nntil
uncut iuspected
Clerk Cut E ,&c.-JavaGieen ; do.' ground ; Mocha; Whisks, Pipes German do.tiibtlghtll mats as issued, a very large aud radiJ sale. They would 12 1.1 cents. ):
lha the Market IInJ the Head
,by ; Chocolate; aid prepared Cocoa. Peicusaion cap, do powder Gunpower; Campho call the attention otheMODERN THE.L\DJE.WOR BOX COMrANIO t':
:; of Hog and the undressed Ilidn, Skin and
every Ct\NULE8-l"orumou Sperm; and. Tallow ; and Castile Soap:'Fpsoui: "/lhs.Gum ar bic Oil Peppermint :: STANDARD DRAMA, kind of canvass !
Head '
of other animal aforesaid shall remain '
every Wick. roll and font:' 'sulphur, Alcohol, Borax refined LIBRARY EDITION: with "thirty. new and exquisitely' engraved ))i ?_ '
exposed dJriiig Market hours'nnJ th<9 vendor or SOAP. Shavir-g; white .cented; variegated do ; and crude. Windsor Glass of all sizes and qualities, EDITED BY EPES SEHGE1NT, This contains all the, engravings to be found IJ* ;1
owner shall to the CIrk''oC rUt: Miikat
\ pay Fifty and Brown. Whit!'lead dry and in oil; Chrome Green an4. of Modern expensive London work ju-t published,, ,'D ;-

for cenu etch for Calf'or ench Beef.Hog,Thirly-seveti Twenty-five and cents a half for cen's each' I'lug. 10s and 16s; Cavandish, Ladies Yellow Ochre. Rose Water; Pdiut Brushes. all sizes, Authors, with Explanatory Notes and Observations! .Berlin Wool Work;" the 'latest 'and best i"

Go'itor: Shwp. Twist. laper Tobacco, Mncaboy Snuff; Scotch Lamp BUck, Nutmegs. Mace, Cloves, Pimento, Isin- Costumes characrcrand Stage Directions ; to be the work' on tnis'subject. Price :'of theedition A

; \ Sec3., Tint nny prr,,n or p"r"Ult who shill! .....11I do; Regalia, Principe Moya La Norms, and other gtass/Essences of Roses, Peppermint Wintergreen, completed in 50 woekly numbers, at 12 1-2 cents 12 IrJee'nls.. %. '_ ,
drauds, and coinuiuu Segars.FISH. lemon, orange and Bergamot ; Cinnamon ; fricrion THE NEW BALL ROOM "GIDE'
offer sale. tainted -
or for Fowl Flit or Turtle ny 1'1Iu nuwhol pour Herring, Sardines, Salmon, AJacbrel, and Matches Carbonate Ammonia. Lustre Soda for each.The series will be composed principally of such queue of Dancing', contai ing Dr' .
S or IIIIV or "soroe .
I Fruit, Vegetable or other article of provision after Cod washing; Mustard, London ; Cayenne Pepper, pow modern dramas of celebrity as, iu consequence of favorite cotillions, quadrilles >Ac- dan ed .alQneeo's :

.having been warned by the Cleik of the Market'notsotojtfer WINES, LIQUORS, Ac. Brandy, Otard Dnpny dered .Nutmeg powdered Cinnamon Liquorice the restrictions of copyright in England, have not I Bal.. A very usrulluJ work in/at '

.- the said Cliuk .hall forthwith'call &,.Co.; do Bordeaux;Jamaica ,Spirits; ; old ration Glue, Corks !of all kinds, Saraparilla ; Sponges:; yet appeared in. any. collection specimeru of the, where da' ocing vt .Jtcthut."

':, -, .,,,, c; -- Two'! tizem' to xnmina the .iBW wthbim{ and according .. Rum; dol to 4 Proof; Holland and Skiedan Gin; course and fine; Chalk, White and Red : Paris White British drama. The dramatic duf-tTanvrc* of Tal- THE LADIES* 'GUIDE INEMURtgDAND
to their jsgineut.haUaHo the sale,thereof: Whiskey: Scotch do. (a fine article;) Madeira wine Spannish Brown, Venetian Red Bind Paper Pu. fonid.Croly She'll. Maturin,BnlwerTobinKnowIs, 'I APPLIQUE Being lnstsoetoh.jn| stdsl

t' to proceed. or'' caiua 'the s.uiia to betaken] away, Howard, Marsh &| Co.; do'Marseilles and Malaga; mice tllne.Tll! : and Rosin ; Japan. Copal Varnish! Morton D'l: rneli. Leigh Hunt. )Milman.JerrcId and dery on silk.veltet. muslin.Uce. merino, .
birntorothcrwisdo'truod) at. tho expense of I he pale and brnwn Duff. Gordon & Co. Sherry; Port; Vermillion. Roiton stone. Ivory Bbt' Shelic. otlt'r: ... certainly poses' ihnt degree: of interest that in applique, with siiteen beautiful .p r it' ,1
owner. Cbtmp ene.IIork Sparkling vintage 1832; Bor'doaux Bright Varnish ; Sa4h Tools, all tiz s ; Biark Lead I no \vell-s, lfcted iibrary should be withou them ; and terns. Dedicated to Queen 'Victoria. En"

: See' 4. That: no person or f prr<>on< chiil.scll or Vinegar; London Porter in quarts and pints; Jujube Pa ta, Pearlash. Sakeratny. super carbonate of, yet few of these works have ever been presented to an American I ady. li I 2 ct/l ,( .'.

offerjfor said any kind of tnent, dead fowl or game, PICKLES. SAUCEa: &c. Arsorted in half gal- Soda, Tartaric Acid, Ginger. Pepper sauce; Maca. the Americau.public m a shape suitable for pras "a. THE LADY/S HAND BOOK OF TflE11.

: .. .. lube Market, until.Fifteen Minutes after day break, Ion ghurajars; do. !in ,bottles ; Capers Olives, Mush- boy Snuff Scotch do; Alcohol! Starch. Liquorice tion. LETTE: or the art of Beauty. A Manual efTit .'t.

,;. at which time the Market lIlIh ill be mug.Sea. joom CatMUps. Tomato do Finn Sauce assorted BalMBath' Brick Powdered Ginger Knot, Alum 01. It is proposed in,,the present series Jo remedy.this ion and Health containing receipti'&f all ,t .

: ,0 6. TbUlt .hall: be thedutv of tho CUrk of the kinds ; Pepper do. Sloughton's Bitters; Lemon Sylive Oil in Mollies and baskets, Nutmcgi. Saltpetre.; deficieucy. Every number will contest of an entire salutary cosmetics depjhtories. wa.he", i "1-; *1cMbes

Market to commence every morning the opening of rll p. Sugar of Lemons; Dine juice, West India preserves TOGETHER WITH A GREAT VARIETY Or drama, of a character to please in the closet as well ointments,. &c. .A fi invaluable work to 'Y1I ''

ihe Market by tinging a Bell; he|.hall examineiho salad oil.Anchovies.OltS. Shelf and F..nry goods, Siationiry, Cutlery, Wood as on the stare and accompanied by introductory whuw uld increase or prf'llohr f

Weights and Measures, settle all disputes arUingfout Fall and Winter Strained Sperm refined Ware. Hard Ware. Hats. Cap. BortU. Shoes Nails.Hinze remarks, historical and critical. charms. Price 12 1.2 cent" Ti diesa :

of the same: aud see that the Laws of the Market. and unrefined/ Whale ; Tanners : Tram ; Linlseed .*. &c. Alo 1 -a full a*
I.f be duly observed j 'n"shall attend to the cleanliness Nr'lt.ftOl and Olive; complete sets of Granite, China, and common ware. KCiiptic of the costumes of the''haracters, wJH be ofiiee.I S *; ''Jsck ,

1 of the Markets; shall dilizently collect all moneys St. Augustine March, 25th 1844. given ; hit in no instance will there be departure S
I It : ari-inr to the U48 of the City out of this Ordinance from the text of the author. The series will thus not ,J. MOWAT.& CO. have-' in coar..rpa 'kstd

and.shall pay ow>.r the same lathe Ci i.y Treasurer U- only be serviceable to the actor, but satisfactory: imprtnL Educational 1 Ser _chmplaa. 5" ,
I 'lead once a week : He Mi ill record, kept rhe'nntcr's hotel, JIcCliireoii Uiiiversaliviu.! !!! the general reader. : .-

1. for the ptirp. ,1Itt.' the de<*criptioii, color and spot <
t the hide skin and head of each annual slaughtered! ; THIS : the finest in L A. Wilson McClure, Fourth Edition,enlarged.The ,and uniform ; and every number tomprisena distinct KNOWtES'S ELOCUTIONIST_ ...

., S with the marks' and brands then-oil; and the Clerk of lilii the city eligibly situated two of the prine appearauce of a fourth edition of these lectures !I aud entire work in itself. AND RHETORICAL READER AND ,RECITATION .

S the Market U not to be mulpsted or interrupted, nor ciphl streets aud within a few yards. of the i it* a matter uf hit*satisfaction l to uo,as we doubt JTJST, PUBLISHED : BOOK. title

/ I' any person' under his direction, whil employed in Pub.'.c Square and near tilt promenade of the Sea not it will to the Christian: public They,.a re the No. 1.-The DRAWING ROOM LIBRARY. Containing the only essential: principles Eloa d,

l S the di.cbare of-duty.' Wail'having been 1i ted up at. great expense is now production! of a mind shrewd, disciimmating. and Edited by.Epes Sarg allt. lion with a new selection nf pieces for reading ,a. cea
J See 6. That the Clerk of the Market other driflamation-designed fur the use of school
or person open far the reception:'of visitor The proprietorhas logical gifted with a !keen preceptiou of ihe ludicrous ,U
; : who may! vioU-e, D.ulect. fir rt'fuie'tu comply TilE LIGHT OF THE L1GHT-HOU3F, AND colleges: by James Sheridan Knowl author ,
f S used every diligence to render his establishmentas aid severe powers of satire. The author is 'ev- rupiol
.., with anyrequiren eut uf' ttiU Ordiiiiiieot nlmll.roifeit OTHER.POEMS.S, I 1 .Virgioius," / Tell- &c. Altered e -
I free from the noise of a public house as possible idently master of his subject, and grapples it with V 'WihO ,. -
t I the ,ins..I Five dollars. for offeuce. one half: and to give every/a'ccommodation and comfort. the perfect manliness. likeone-\vho is confident iu the Now for the first time collected by Epes Sargeaut. odapted to the purposes tr instruction ia the UsU 4

thereof to the coir phiiiaul.. lli i uther half to the ci.y, country jaffords.v Ho trusts that in consequence he power of truth and his own resources.,wUh nothingof with an illustrative: engraving on steel, designed by I! 5>tate.. by Epes Sargeant; 3-J4. pages'; irie.Wets.; .din .

e ,, to be rocovercid "itlt CostA from the delinquent or will continue re'ceive so much of the public patronage the reserved and timidity betrayed by ma",% cor.- J. Chapman. bound In leather, beine much cbtiaper tJllaD11 .

master of the deliuquout-before.the Major, iu the invalids and strangers, as will' enable him to truversaluls. who never do battle' un ess afrea frtreat Piosytctu oj the Drawing Room Library. tar work now publisaed in the Untied .., : Cat

S name this City. to sustain the low price at which he has ventured to be open to theui iu case of en ergency.,.Wa firmly ,The werku. included in this series will be either tached to the* work wi be feund the opimaBssft, J'I, .
: .See..7. '1'b"ull Ordinances. or parts ,of( Ordinances entertain them. The table i.j) constantly supplied believe that no man has ever followed hi ml* bis delineations original or such as are not to be procured except\ atextiajragant Charles nthon, L L ., Hon. W fl.! ton,Hasv* Cot
_t S I' repugnant to this Of JiuaiiCc'ibe: and the |- S
hereby repealed.' arid w'ods abound,and no|pains will be sparedto Boston Hecorder. class of productions,. both. in prose and verse which I drert'i]
I S Pas ed In Council fM Fifth day August, 1844.w. render the stay of thiuo who may favor it with Tim irony H, fatally cOllin* ; every stroke draws may be cl lad felicities of literature but which never Any newspaper inserting tli.idvnielut'wili',

I : A. FOR.WAItUAlayor.; their patronage comfortalil- pleasant. The! Bar the life-blood. The lectures are remarkably well find their way to the shelves in 'our bookstores pre in six months from ,this da 16t; 1s'1 cufn

P. B. DUMAS Clerk of the Council.. connected with the jstablniiiient! i is supplied with sustained throughout ; the language is direct racy occupied as they are with the cheap novel, whose eluding this notice, twelve tines', eon ,

: S S Ihe choiciiBt Wines and Liquors of every description. idionuttie;..lid pointed.; Not one mind in a hundred name is Legion. Ihe inside, without abridjeraent. and eoadinf Attf, tIe
S me
,,. An Ordinance ; moderate. could have produced such oik. Portland Indications of in the mind addressed to the
0. "':' The price: of board.are vurv just a w a growing ta te public pper hawing RoILb'JI. kidpIbXe41
FOR THE .REGULATION OF THE FISH J m IGfl844. Christian Mirror. for better things-for higher specimens of achievement 14 Broadw.y. New York htl| be .

MARKET.: GEo. tilUKT & Co.AVEJJUST THIS work i is one of the keenest. and mnst logica: in the domain of thought-for more invigorating, copy of each work namd above which will b. di, H

J', Be it ordainedl-y (lie Mayor and Ald/-r- satiio: upon Universal! ,' "over issued from the if not more palatable intellectual nntriment, begin Tu livered order. J. MOWAT .( O...: A
: : Schr. '
S SEC of the C.'ty: of St. Augustiup, that for the II per of IIouv, New Kngland: J1rA:<,..-" We doubt whether a work appear. To minister: tu this tas G d > ,irable atsorlinent
betterjregulation of the Fi-h. Market thereof it shale \loby. R was eer pnblUhed ill this country, \\liicb has been a the Kiipply of its dtlDlJnd.-will be the object of the tt-T: Periodical .1tesst4ssiplied1mni the inosl (ator-'

: S bd the.duty the Clerk of the market, attend ieguhrlyjevery STAPLE'AND FANCY still r.*. of so! inncli mortificntion and inextricable nneaiin'ss Drawing Room Libiary." able terms Local .]I Travf/liu Ageutji wamiNt, 84is

S market morning tend at any other time tu the Univer.alis::<, us these Lfcinrpg. \Ve By way of pretientiug'onr credentials in entering for the ictle of our works in every town ana cmibty ius

I that Fish shall be exposed for sale at the H-h Market. GOODSC0N51STING udvi-e those who have not read them \n avail themselves upon the task: '>f editor, and out as a sample of whatwe in the United States.'shiv '

S andee{ that this Ordinance be duly ob8crv d., of the first J1o'tunilyZion. Herald.I I intend to giv, we coil-thence the series"wiih a 14 -Ii.. coilt.1w
) ''F8ec..<2. Be it further orlained by the authority a- O F- Tli' pn-seflt edition which i is, the fourth, ig pub collection of our own Poems, it being Ihe first which '

ftfresaid, that any 'person 'who brings to maiket for A beautiful variety I PRINTS : lishfd. 'Buy it cud read it ; and if yon have a.Uniyersalt can b.) bid io oiir charge. Our other writing. in Notice, .:

.. sails( %ny6aL b.., dull expose thn same at the Fi.h Mar ,P.inkaud TarlioirJlUSUNS : >.t neighbor. If.nd *l to him. Y<>'.. will find if he prose and Verse, will,will appear in future numbersB -. Id I1ERE11Y' G1V/-N. ilut the "uhJibe."-.
: ket Hpn r, atid >4inft usrffadluccap'jrthe; Stalls: now Cotton. Madras and Linen Cafhhric' H'DKTS ; is a candid man: that he will be .surprised at the folly JLm the ineuuwhi'e'! the series will b."euricbedwih un itt', one in ,earn. ertwtoistt- i
". for that jurpoae. and shall 'f-r Lots itn.-iti-d in Noith. thy and dwifiMtnl. in, !'tphn tb .
standiogltkoreiti: pay Cotton HOSE; (' : ;: RIBBONS ; and inconsitfiency of his own doctrine.-Ib. works of a paramount interest, which cannot .
-'- --g-- -:. .the.use of each of said StalU the sum of Six at>d one Gum elastic SU6PENDERS : Atoned GIMPS For sale by but iniuart to it a tailing value. thereof Idehy J31 M GnuM. SnrvKv.rMLot
S S uiurter ce tils for each' occu pation. Dewing.SILK a beautiful article of RUGS; G. BURT & Co. The .. Drawing-Room Library" will bo 'publishedevery A"and; No :1, 4. 5.7 1l.9. 10. Il. 14. KVHf15. and liar.ca1
; .
J it further That an J 16 IS. 19. 20. 21.22.2ii,24 25,26.27.2U.29.39S.
S dee.13. Be ordained. every Neck STOCKS ; Worked CAPS and LACE ; March 5th 1844. week in nuiubeis. containing distinct works, ?
J 'S each, Stall shall be considered as and for the use of 1M Linen SHEETING BLANKETS at 12 1-2 cents each. A title page and ,table of ceu* This interest is derived to tin sniwcrilivrof as dava'a !

I. one Fisherman only, or two of them when they are inS CRAPES: ofall! irllb'A..olon' ; ; Oil SILK; ; '.A quick Penny better than a tents will be given, when unmberaenoua to make his Father Dr S. S Peck, latt of St. lub' flowug,

: co-partnership: in one fishing boat, but if the quantity Bleach'd Brown SHIRTING ; slow 'Shilling: a neat, uniform veluuie, have appeared.. But as County, deceased, who acquired thesamt by par* '

S S of fish appeitainiug to said mrinerliip| rliould' require Ur.wn HOLLANDS ; Swiss MUSLIN ; i fglHE: SUBSCRIBER having jna returned with a I eery number will independent iu Itself the purchaser chhue fuI G n.Peter S. Smih| -and all persons oraiit'd pap

any more stalls than,one, U-permitted to UHCthe Linen DIAPKIt: t ,Carpet BINDING ; I. JL complete and beautiful assortment of springand cub consult his own taste in regard to those cautioned sgaiost'puri-hasiiigany of' said.Lots' ,wili* !
sVmu by paying at the rate specified in the second Tozether workwhich he includes in his bound collection and out the consent of the subscriber. *
with an;' aranrtmcnt of ThimmVs. Needles summer dry goods. fancy articles and Lathes, fabionabu -
section for each of them, Provided such extra stall or'b' mail subscribers can remit for one or' more numbersof JOHN H.
t Hook and Eyes. Writing Paper Perfumery. : bonnets, is how opening following :- E'PECK ..IutCiotsilii
for the. of other Fish nnen. Feb.3d. 1844. S
stalls be not required use Silk purses bed rone. Playing rard.. Bridles and Merino 311uze B.slzarities and bareges ; the work M thej may desire. For one dollar eight _;:__-_ >.
the !Market\ Stalls shall be nmnheiedfrom .
Sec. 4. That numbers will be sent Price 12 12
S other Articles, which iu addition to our former Balzarieu and fashionable striped muslin's cents.
many ; \ Bupl.wst
I to 8 and no privilege of number shallbe, allowed stock constitutes a complete assortment of all kinds Chuan calico's; fancy prints and chintz ; BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. S NOTICE, \

\ or permitted to'warket any Fisherman with Fish, to for tint sale he shall who of good required for this market and will be sold a Welnli and Paris aitificiol flowers,entire new style To be completed in about fifty munbtt; tack nuttier or Q week after date we will apply to the D) 'I-**
shall first thee
S come to his Stall Stalls-fur price. to wuit the t lnc.. Gauze, Tafletea Satin, and crape ribbons ; volume, to contain IMpyges and ttptcardt. Publish County Cooror Columbia .
the or
I have privilege selecting Jan.27thi1814. Ladies lace, Fillete kid and silk gloves and mitts; ed Semi monthly at 25 cents per volume, ty for letter of o of Jotol .

that time only ___ it shall be the Swiss! ,Jaconet, Cambric. and plaid: muslins; This series will consist of deeply interesting memoirs Keen late of aid connty.Dec. t .1";. TAzrt.
J.1iec.6.1 Bo it further For !Sale.
6 4 OrgandiMualina; bobbinet and thule lace ; of eminent persons, male and female, such as MARGARET KEEN. .
1 duty of every Fisherroa" using and occupying' the Several tracts of the most fertile lands in 8.
Black fllletenet for veils; Toilet powder; have never before been presented! in a pnpuUr form. JAMES DOUGLPSi.
Market Stall. to have the same well washed of and the cleaned fish- East Florida are offered for sale by the subScri. 4-4 Irish linens ; Bird eye linen and cotton diapers; : They will possess all the chasms of a work of fiction, Alligator OfU lllh 1843. : borg

immediately aftuK,, elling or disposing if, ber. They are eligibly situated and will 'be Dama table cloths Napkins and Do}let: : with the additional vantage-of being trno. NOT ,
without filth whatsoever on the fluo < ,
.5 leaving. ny For and Grass tkiils and hem stich linen Hdkfs Dit GLOVEH.'SVEGETABLE i.
S the of Two sold a bargain. terms particulars enquire ; plain camb. ;, ready- -, ? '
the Fish irk Binder penalty
41 et.before the Mayor for the use of she of JOhN HEORICK. .Fancy feather and paperfans' ; silk parasols ; No. L-THE LIFE OF MADAME D'ARBLAY. AGUE sbaLy.
recovered ,
". \ Several valuable houses and lois in this city nsnides ;pocket hdkfs ;suspenders ; (formerly Bliss Barney) authoress of"," '.i 0

". City.Sec. 6.. B. it further orda SS 'oed, That the Clerk, of for sale low, enquire of JOHN J. UEDRICK Fancy silk shawls,hdkf",cravats; &c.. in two volumes; at 25 cents each. FEVER MEDICINE ..stafqeOsuer
the Market is hereby authorized to collect the dues of Jan. 15 4 4 Erilston Bik.and Cord. Ginghams ; No. 2.-THE LIFE OF GOE'l'HE-From bis A: CERTAIN AND SAFE CURE FOR CHILLS
Blk and Cold. Marseilles, ard silk own autobiographical and the of his AND FEVER. epairM
t aid market ,and shall over the same to (be City gimp ; vestings, papers notes IN ALL ITS '
t Treasurer at''least once pay a week; and it shall be his Drills; and Medicines.PR. Brown ho/land, long cloths, homespuns ; contemporaries, in 2 volumes, ot 25 cents each vof.I' FOR\18L ALSO.AN: COMPLICATE' 8

duty to repwrt the Mayor every in fi action of this F. WELI.ER &. CO. respectfully an- Dlk. white elate and mixt lIoierj, English, and --- FOR ALL THE VARIED FORMS OF.iim: ;
i American.Georsia New Works recently published by J.AlowaU & Co. A11TTENT AND ': -
Ordinance., ,to the inhabitants of St. Augustine and REMITTENT FEVERS.,
I t S Sec. 7 Th Ordininces, or' part. of Ordinances : ilM, vicinity that they have: opened a Drug'and medi- Nankeens ; brown do mask for table cloths; 171.Broadway. :. -

; repugnant to this Ordinance be and the same are cine store iu this city near Messrs Cart & Co's. establishment 4-45':4 and 64 Colrd. and white India matting; ANIMAL MAGNETISM, OR MESMERISM, ICERTrnCATs.. '- ZfI S dfeuHIij

hereby re pel1l d. an J I that they haVe on hand a general assortment Cotton and silk umbiellaa; all kinds pantt stuffs; Its History. Phenomena, !and Present Condition nga ,
herehy certify wife wassflhi1 trifc }
the of 1841. of Drugs Medicines Perfumery &c.I Linen Drills; Gambroons; Drap D'ae ga'z; thaimy, :
;: Passed iu Co-moil. Fifth day August containing Bractical} instructions, and the lafst discoveries .aud fever, ."
S W. A. FORWARD, Mayor. 'fh"y beg I leave to assure the public that their stock Bek Camblet lasting and Bnuibazine; in the science; principally derived from I for some tiw i- i bc".
Box of
a Dr.
P.t B'. POKAS, Clerk Council. of goods is fresh, has been selected with great care: I Pavilion lace and gauzes; fancy soaps &c. receiitwoik by William'Lang' with a supplement arrested procured the a chills ( .Goyer'a Ago Pi. Th 40.1
An ex'cusive ladies tailors trimmings and .
S in tlie city of New York, and will be constantly re- assortment a.
containing new and iinpoutaut facts never before .
and! little notions too tedious to mention all enjoyed perfectly good health since that tima v > ,
U. S. !MAIL.\ phuhhed. S puolished in the United Slates ; by .
; of which will be sold lowest Charleston Rev. CLauncey ralof! uiy friends and neighbor have aince.betsitlacked -
at prices by ..
The attention of planters and settlers> is. ,
Florida; PacketS respect- Hare 'fowusheud author o' Facts in Mesmerism '
Sayannnh and : in the
fully invited to establishment! which it is ILL P. 'WOOLF.t same manner, and br my adceh3TS!
to.t. PAtA'1't (E. F.) ed they will 1 find a matter of convenience'd presume advan Corner Hospital and PnbllcSquare. &c. Price 25 rents." uedthie same pills, and in every instance wttb lie ,; '3a0c0'T
,VIA Di'RIEN. nnUNsnCK.s'l MA VSJA CKSONJ.'lLLE i THE MODERN STANDARD DRAMA, edited happiest ct. In all cases a cure has been effitetI4
S BLACK CREEK 1'1CULATA' lage. by Epes Sargeant author_ of "Vesce! ,a Tragedy" the of Box *
'Foall ffhonfit by are n single of the Pills! V
hand of the standard Sr
variety patent medi. inav Concern.JOT1CFIS &o. To be iu AIU'
published fifty weekly num fore from
PLACES. er.--
CARBTI THK 17. S. MAIL TO Tilt ABOVK a personal knowledge
cine! among: which: are the following HEREBY GIVEN, that.I. dee"r-
Phillip Ncw ready.
\ fffllHC:; Steamer ST. MATTHEWS; Capt. aleS cheerfully recommend them the best :
.... NKLTT having bad a new boiler put in her Lee's Pill-, Godfrey's Cordial, l tt R. Yonge Surviving Executor of the lat will No 1-ION4 a 'f five actsBy Thomas ia my knowledge. for the eurc a of Ague and'Fever **rS0 :

and been thoroughly jrluuled and repaired, i is now Dalby's Carminative, Hooper's Pills, and tes men of John Fraser. deceasnd? have appointed Noon :Talfourd tera:) ) w. From the Author'sIalest .*' KIT. GEORGE F. HENURICKSON. -. "'
British Oil. Thompson's Water, William A. Forward of the of St.Auistine /
eye Efq city edition.Vltb
in first rate condition fur reception: ni passnigernaud Uailaem oil. .tagej directions description of Pastor of the Baptist Church,at Nef *
Opodeldoc the of St. Johns and
freight.: She has resumed her tegular trips as n county Territory.Cr costumes, &c. 12 1.2 cenpnf;
,.. S heretofore., Swaim'ii' Panacea, Swayntts, syrup of iIJHiy's > Florida, my agent. Attorney! and substitute fur No 2-FAZIO, a Tragedy. In five acts. By Rev. ( Dorb.e.ler. 4,

i Tbie Bud will! leave'Savannah (ortte ah*ve named Liniment cherry.Brundreth'H me and in my nime to transact all business relating H H 3IiIman From the Author's latest .edition. ID.: ,TAe phoTe; Medicine formal B.JCARR4CO "
Pills Blorruon's Pills.Turlington's said estate in said *
to Territory of Florida, to receive
With the Directions 1.2 l
places every set.rdll'at.. 4 o'clock' ; P. M. being after Stage ,12 cents.
.. the anita! of the Boats from,Cl. rtelltoll. On her Balsam McAloon'EIDer of 0lIenry. .- nerviceof process to appear and answer the name No3-THE LADY OF LYONS. By Sir'Edward -F t j, :i
return will leave PnlatkaKvery Thurntay morning, cal :ined Magpium, and in all things to act,.as. amply and fully as I could Lyttou Bnlwer. 12 1. celltaJ t 5-- S...

and Picolaia same day at 12'p'elock. M.S nesia, genuine.If and would or aught to do, were I personally present. I No 4-RICHELIEU. By Sir Edward iytton Ready Dade Vlollla'g. t
TliisBuatwihl'arrivoin Savannahevery ..Thursdayin Dr. Weller will give his personal attention to in said Territorr.All ; Bnlwer. 12 1-2 cents A DESIRABLE clouVin .

S time to connect with tlie Charleston Boats whiili the di"penpillg of medicines. persons indebted to the said estate, are hereby, No 5-The HONEY AlOON. By John Tobin. t2. ; for spring and summer use.reay consisting gt''t
St. Augn>tine. Nov. 27th Ia43._ forbid and forwarded against making anJ payments 12 1.2 Jackets Pants 'We. Linen and eotwa.
.. leave tho sine evening- cents. Coat ts, Silk ,
\ All, Freights payable by shippers. Excellent Soda Water, etherwife transacting the business of said estate;, No 6-The WIFE. By James Sheridan Knowles. .,just received'and for sale by, fro.-

For Freight or Passage, apply to Capt. cNelty, be had at the Drug Store of .. with any persons other, than myself or. my said 12 I 2 cents. ,GEO. BURT.& Co.-
I onboard CAN agent, # I INFANTS TREATMENT.-whh directions March 18th 18 4. < .
or DR. F. S. WELLER, & Co. jo 'filer1pr
S toGEQRGE HAAS Agent, Savannah.JAi" June IS. 1844 persons having demandiare required to piesent mothers.,. before, during and after .
.5 S ". B. COLE, Agent tMatka.' the same within two years from this date or they will pregnancy. Addressed to mothers and IIUMCS.-*., Hams, Dried Lard. ,
: ::TATIONERI' be forever barred. PH. R. YONGE. Beef .
S orFaNADEZ&BIBEt By Mrs. Barweil First American lbs small S
.S. t : edition revised, tew H. Aetie
An of Blank book. 1.000
assortment .
stationary just Surviving Executor &c. .
Jjeksonvville. :
Agents enlarged and adapted to habit and climates in the pieces dried Beef. .
f S S 'N.' II. DREES Agent St Augnniue and PicoIsta. received.and for sale by Dr., F.. WELLER.. & Co. Darien Ga. No 1843. United States,"by a PhysU-iau NewYerk., Under 75 Kegs Leaf Lard. I I. ,"* '

.4. .. ,! the approval and recommendation of Valentine 25 hbla Mess Pork, '
t Soda and
N. B.:-Mr STOCKTO: the Mail Contractor between Ambrosial Shaving Cream Powders. Mott, M O. Price in paper covers. 25 cents. Bound I' ,Now in Store. frO Sch..Marion ;

S St. Augustine,and PirrJata. his placed a splendid A surferior" artirla. 3 4. CEPHALIC SNUFF Liquid:l Opodeldoc in clot',.:niuH gitl: letters. 50 cents. : B E. CARR, & Co 4)
this Bout and oth Hair Oil. Maersnar Oil. '
._er._ Passengers cin depend on this_ Line fr des A POPULAR an 1 excellent dentrifice for cleanins Tooth Powder, Steel Pens Indelible Ink. -The disease of the eye, the use,abuse and choice) -'ttAou.tre.d''priI8.4. -

patch. Fare through Irons Savannah to SL Augns :.11 the leeth, hardening the gums and purifying For sale at the Drue and-F.S.WELLER&CO.Porler Medicine 8 lore.,by.DR of :Spectacles &c. By Jonn Harrison Curtis, Au.istnndOciilist ,otlce. ,. :1 .

tine $13 1 50.Norembes .iLo breath, -fur sale by -i, to her Majesty. Price'12 1.2 cents. hereby'given to wham it may ci neer tisU. I

II, 1843. Dr F. WELLER, & Co. THERMAL COM' ORT. OR POPULAR HINTSFor I will. apply to the 1 County Court of.St.Jofcafl ," _
S May G, 1844. Ale, CiderVine, Ae. preservation con hs.rold and consiimpi for solisignme.nt 5Ke .
: 4 S The Planter's! Hotel.THE 3 Casks." Q(.. Loudpn Porter. lions. With information upon some points of Ger !: county at ensuing term l'erfor

S.. proprietor of this. establishment will.during For Sale. 5 doPts.. di,. do" nnn Practice in the treatment of unch ca es. 81. Estate of tome which of Dower late in the GEORQK PerD *MeMa

summer receive and entertain boarders at .AN ELEGANT pair of well broke MULES.-- 3 do. 4 Qts. Scotland Ale. Sir George Le.Ff.vre.. M p., Fellow of the Roy died Mixed my o> hnsbaQd.>ssssed in'.'the saW B.1"LE1' e.

reduced rates, suited to the times. A share of patronage "] The owner.having no further ue> lot them. they 12 Baskets. Huchuor Champagne at ratail College of'Physicians ,in London &c. ,First Amen cf St.John.. MARTHA tM P., BARTLFII'. ,
S is respectfully solicited. # will he.old a' bargain. Enqnire of U.E.CARR&Co. lean, from the second London edition, greatly en' ;
.' March JOHN HEDRICK. St. Augustine,2J April, 1841. < Price .. -iWidofrasd. .AdminititiU t' '.
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