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The Florida watchman
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Title: The Florida watchman
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles & Hutchins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Middle Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1838
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Feb. 1838; ceased in Feb. 1839.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 8 (Jan. 6, 1837 i.e. 1838).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: Florida wathman and Tallahassee literary gazette
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From thie Louisville Journal.
'Beauteous Spring! I love thy bowers,
'Thy miany-hued and scented flowers,
The glorious dyes,
Of thy sunset skies,
And the sweet repose of thy moonlight hours.
Musical Spring! how sweet the song
't'hld breathest the bowers and glens among;
While leaping rills
And breezy hills,
And rocks and vales the notes prolong.
Bounteou. Spring! thou bringest flowers,
And freshing dews to the faded bowci;
Unchain'st the rills,
And oe'r vales and hills,
'Pours't down the soft and gentle showers.

While sigh thy gales of rich perfume,
And wave thy flowers of fairest bloom,
O'er those who sleep,
In slumbers peelp,
In tlhe peaceful rest of the grassy'tbmb.
-Delightful Spring! I kneel to hear
Thy eloquent song breathed soft and clear
O'cr hill and dale,
While the balmy gale
Bears every sounl to my listening car.
Oh &oft is the gentle lullaby,
And pure and clear the violet sky;
And thie rain-bbw wing
Of the emnierald Spring
Is fanning my brow as she wanders by.
Oh, here with -glowing heart-I bring
My pure and grateful offering
Of thanks and love
To the God above,
Who made the eloquent, blooming Spring.

Tle Broken Bond.
iHundreds 6f our youth who have read
Wirt's graphic life ot Patrick Henry, have
'actually supposed the eflects ascribed by
tile inimitable biographer to thie powers of
that self-taught 'ratoi"s eloquence, in the
pa-rson cause, the beef cause, and the storm
:scene in the -louse of Burgesses of Vir-
ginia, on thie adoption of the Federal Con-
Stkution, to be mere fantasies of the wri-
ter's'brain, find Qut of the question in the
,prdctice of real life. To those who, have
never t"Witnesed the feie of-eloluence up-
on the minds of a listening multitude, such
inference may certainly appear natural
4an I very excusable; espe ially, if they
had not the pleasure of kijAlw I..,)' -'.
W iVE -1, l iflt r u,,li, ,'s to doubt the veraci-,
ty of his pen, seems very much like ques-
S-tioning one's own existence. ,
Patrick ettrv, hoIwever, is not the otly.
orator of our infant repubtflic, who by the
foi'ce of eloquence, has cleared the courts
"ofjustice and the halls of legislation. And
to back' this assertion, we here offer the
simple story of thie events connectedI with
the "Broken Bond," referred to at the head
,of this article.
Just before thie war o6f thb revolution,
Deacon Dudley C. of New'Hlampshire ac-
conmppnicd Zebina C. his neighboring mier-
chant, to thle town of Bostonh. There they
called on Mr. Frazier, a lai' rg 'ifaporter of
foreign fabrics; with whomrh Mr. Zebina
'C.i was in (ho habit of dealing. The Dea-
con thoughtful and enteri'prising, a-p-i.r-I
trade ulIso; but the wary citizen (h d,: l,.J
the purchase of hlis butternut and !i,:',,,-
pitts, his kegs of ipickeled tr6ut, and bales
of peltry-; 'but -finally expressed -his' wish
'to purchase a'drove of cxvrs, for a shipiHe
was abdat to-send to a quarter of the world
'where the aA'iifll was uinkhb'wn. But,
*said.thie crafty tparOhaser, they mdt -be
.trained to the whip, hnd to regular march-
'es across the country to ship bird, and
^hen ito a market in foreign trade. The
Deaconi'thought of the offer, and concluSed
that as horses, 'ndles, hortfted cattle, shel.p.
hogs, and turkies, had been trained and
driven by thousands across the country
to a market, he could not see why the cat
311(lo might not be trained for the s'ame.pur-
pose. At all events, if he could not drive
;them, he was sure he could train them to
follow him, for his did Tab eften followed
him to the fields and woods. He there-
Ifore concluded to furnish the drove of cats.
A bond was drawn and executed, and a
large sum' of money was advanced,& in or-
der to enable himto prosecute his engage-
.inept. On reaching his home;the Deacon
-immediately prepared a room in his garret,
and began to collect his drove, exercising
-them every 'mYnorning under the crack and
lash of his long whip to regular marches
'rouhd the room. The plan operated fa-
vorably 'while the number of cats was
r sinall and the place sufficient for free move-
mient.; but when he had assembled a large
numbere, opposition arose; and when the
'whip was-applied to force obedience, the
'whole mass, as by common consent "and
simultaneaus movement, pounced upon the
poor Deacon, and would have torn him.
pieeemea, :but for the timely aid of the
family, who, roused by the noise, burst the
door of the chamber, and allowed the cats
to escape. The Deacon fortunately sur-
vived his wounds, returned the money, ad-
vanticed him by Frazier-through thie agen-
cy of his neighbor C. and relinquished the
SThe war which ensued called the whole
Strength of the country into the battle tield.
and both the high contracting parties to
"the cat contract, did their country some
little service.
Some ten years after the peace of 1783,'
Frazier, on closing, journeyed through the
iitedior to collect his balances; and among
the rest called on the Deacon for the fulfil-
,n-t' of his. bond, demanding the amount
if advance (which the country-merchant,

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of distinguished menh. We only premise,
that when young, President Adams, senior,
was but little attached to books.-Study
was to him an irksome task.
"' When I was a boy, I had to study the
Latin Grammer, but it was dull and I ha-
ted it. My father was anxious to send me
to college, and therefore I studied Gram-
mer till I could bear it no longer; and go-
ing to my father, I told him I did not like
to study, and asked for some other employ-
ment. It was opposinghis wishes and lhe
was quick in his answer. 'Well, John,'
said hlie, if Latin grammer does not suit,
you may try ditching; perhaps that will.
My meadow yonder needs a ditch, and
you mavy put by Latin and try that.'
This seemed a delightful change, and
to the meadow I went. But I soon found

.. ... --- .............. their ag-e, my heart. trembles with j~y at the
without such license, cannot marry in this thie Western Indies, laden with ttihe spells m trageh m heart trembles wit joy at te
State, Young couples frequently fly to of';.h I. rt-ai. and covered with tile charms toughtthat te vet belog to you. Let
the opposite side of the Mississippi, where of tliheir fiendish worshliips. Nowcomes te each devote herself to the happiness of her
no license is required. aboriginals. of the two Americans, and the iown children, for in each individual hm ,-
These "runaway matches' as they are islanders of the great Pacific-fresh from i ness God has placed the promise general
Madr o h rettaie -ies rmhappiness. YoungMs, ir young wire~tenu-
called, are very frequent. A laughable the scalpdance, thIe cannibal feast, or the der iothers,itliesl young wivmuch taen-
occurrence of that kind happened a few wVoiship of the snake-god. N,-:, tIe self- d mother, titles o much more than
days ago, which has made much sport in ishm Chinese, one-thirdo te sp -- it lies i ,the aws of a legislature, to confirm
ulmi rermon 5pe'1C--iiltime ibture destinyv uf mankind "'
this regi 'appearance a.l'idolators, it reality, athe- te luur dest mnknd
SA Miss-, about 17 years of age, wiho ists, a world of atheists, to whom all trut ..
is the heiress to an estate valued at $10,- is a fable, and all virtue a mystery. Last The Temple,.
000, lately ran away in company with a conimes India, the nations.of Southern Asia, ". ite darkness aftar the Crucifxion.
bridesmade and her lover, whoi was near'- and the mnanv islands of the eastern sea, ai Of all the labo'rs of human wealth and
ly thirty. Her guardian, believing the man' thousand tribes, indulging inrfamticides, can- power devoted to worship, the temple with-
totally unworthy of her, had refused his nibals, and offerers of human bl ood, dra-g- in whose courts I then stood wasthe most.
-, { "ibal, "and, .:; .- 1 thn -th" ; -
consent. When they reaehied the bank of going their idol-gods, an endless tri in with ni migltv. in my after years, the years of
the Mississippi, tie ice -as running furi- Juggernaut at' ther he cad., ,vwort wth lie i mv uni ppy wanderings, far irdoi the
ously in thie river;' but the yon01"g lady toi ex.- tol I ,f-i-'. p-,nen". w mak-! e'- wth ', g,--;a of.* 'o i.ave sce; a( the


had never returned,) with interest, and a
heavy sum as smart money, for neglecting
to perform his covenant.
This was 'like a thunderbolt to the ears
of the .poor Deacon, who had not once
doubted but that the merchant's money had
been promptly returned and the' bond can-
celled. Presuming there must be some
mistake in the matter, he-resisted payment
and an action was instituted to enforce the
demand. Thie cause was brought to an
issue at -the village of Kecne, wheie'the
good people had just finished a new and
tasteful church, and had turned thie old one
elevated some eight or tei feet upon a gran-
ite foundation, over to the purposes ofjus-
tice. The Deacon, when hlie found hm-,,.. I
drawn into the law, employed the slick-
headed, eagle-eyed, and eloquent Ben We'st
,to defend his cause; and against him had
been pitted time young and brilliant J. Ma-
son. Pr, it.'this singular character of the
case, t;2,' partis-hitigant, and thie high stan-
ding of tno counsel eipoibycd, a general
interest had br' excited; and women and
children thronged he house:to 'liteial sti-
fling, to hear the s.'?'v of the Brokcn
The ,pleadings were opened yyoung
Mason, with a bold flourish of antic.',hated
triumph, frequently mingled with a lurkinsr
sneer at any serious attempt at defence--
and he was replied to by the grave and
stubborn charge of a direct ahd premedit-
ated attempt upon the life'of the venerable
Deacon-an officer who in those days and
among that people, stood in sacred rela-
tion, to the church, next'to the minister.
To sustain this charge, the wily counsel
hirst .held the princely clad and full pow-
dered merchant up to the gaze of the court
and trowd, as an old notorious, and ex-
perienced cat-dealer, familiar with all their
habits, and so h-4ng ,miiii'Tc-l to their soci-
ety, as to hlia-ve cmnbibed io,,t of their na-
ture ;-alledging that if shut up al6ne in
the jury's lobby, he wtLd instantly mow
for his old companions. This brought a
tremendous burst of irrepressible laughter
from the whole crowd, and set the bench
in a perceptible titter. When -the fit had
fairly subsided, 'he adrditly changed 'h-s.
key and presented the unoffending, gray
headed Deacon, cast helpless upon the floor
beset by a hundred furious animals, made
desperate by hunger and long confinement,
some fastened upon his throat, sucking out
his life blood, others upon his body tearing
away the flesh, and others at his face, gash-
ing his cheeks and tearing out his eyes
with their claws. His peculiar picture
brought the whole scene before the eyes
of the court-, the jury and the people, whose
sympathy was excited to a shower of
fi,-,' io'6The fi6eaf' oTfiAe xvwretch who had
plotted the mischief.
Of this general excitement the adroit
counsel took instant advantage, and, bear-
ing with irresistable force upon the feelings
and conscience ofthe'-discomfitted merch-
ant, assigned him in tones of language that
went to his heart and -harrowed up all his
sensibilities, his position with cats in this
life, and in the life to come,-with an es-
cort of cats as ie made his journey thith-
er. This denunrciatioa was fetrvid, wither-
ing and overwhehlning, and w4 instantly
followed by a continued chorus of cat
squalls, proceeding from among the very
feet of the spectators, as 'though, the as-
signed escort had actually hlrrived. touac,
company -the affiightened merchant f6n his
untried journey. Tfte children began to
cry, the women to scream, 'hnd the men
to i ir,:-. ar,.I all'b move en masse toward
Ih C,: m-, waey, seeking immediate egress.
The panic was universal, the jam fearful,
and to many nearly fatal. Some fell and
were trampled upon, others pitched hpad-
-long down the granite step bruising their
fl.-shl, amida l,,'e.:ig.i hi," bones, while oth-
ers leaped from windows twenty feet from
the ground. The house was s6ion dclear-
ed,'nd 'ir' her judge her jury w6uld re-
turn to it that day, the cause went fo6r the
Deacon by general acclamrnation,-and a
committee was appointed to investigate
the rna'tter the following day. .
Some tidie after the death 6f.Mr., West
which happened immediately after 'the ad-
journment of the Hartford Convention, of
which he was a member, and which was
the only public trust he was ever prevailed
upon to accept, it was discovered that he,
'finding the Deacon's defence desperate,
added strategem to his eloquence, and pla-
ced the night previous a number of boys
under, the floor of the court-room with
cats, who upon a concerted signal were
to make their squall. They were admitted
through thIe rear wall, and after night se-
cretly dismissed.

Anecdote of John Adams.-Behind the
house of John Adams, lies .a meadow of
some extent, with which was connected an
anecdote he was wont to relate, to the last
days of his life. We extract its narration
from the History of Quiney, the author of
which had heard it from his own lips. It
is interesting as showing from what acci-
dental circumstances often spring the most
important changes in the lives and fortunes

ditching hamder'than Latin, and thle first tp"-.:i" _every moment lier guardirilan would sears of self-tortiure. -And who are these
forenoon was the longest I ever experiene- arrive there in pursuit, urged hier lover to that close the train. The Thrugs bf India
ekd. That day I eat the bread of labor, and |lose not an instant in puishing the boat from just discovered-a vast fraternity ofsecret
glad was I when night came on. That thile shore. Iis courage, seemed to have a mnurderers-the v.,i.-s -of Ka'16e. whb
night I made some comparison betweenn good deal abated ; but he, with thelic owner has. given one-half of the'hurhman raceto be
Latin grammer and ditching, but said not of a large skiff, and thlie bridesmaid, embark- slaughtered for her honor. 0, G6d, 'and
a word hbobt it. I dug the next forenoon, ed with his intended brine. They had is this thy world ? Arethese thycreatures?
and wanted to'return to Latin at dinner; nearly reached the head of an island, about Where is thy hrchrh? 0,'righteous FP-
but it was humiliating and I could not do a third of the distance from thlie opposite flther, the world hath not known thee and'
it. At night, toi! conquered pride, and I shore, when the current became mofe ralp- thy church appointed to' declare thee, htas
told my father-one of the severests trials id, thile cakes of ice very large, and thelr neglected to ulfil her trust Christians,
of my'life-that, if lie chose, I would go situation extremely dangerous. The lov- did you count their numbers as th.-y:pass-
back to Latin grammer. lIe was ,glad of er, excessively frightened, and iorgetful of ed? Six hundred millions at least. Did
it ; and if I have since gained any-distinc- every body but his otcn dear sff, iawled yon ask yourselves as they passed whither
tion, it has been owing to the two days la-1 oatin the' most pitoons accent, Oh! I shliall they were going ? Follow them and see.
bor in that abominable ditch."-kA4n. Mag- be drowned !-I-sb.ll 'be drowned and. ('an you do so.'even in imagination, with-"
azine vfusefl Knowledge. bitterly reproached his ladv-love as the out feeling an impulse to such and 'erect
_____ ,cause of his .I ," i.. death. She uttered the crbss between them and -ruin,?"
How to m.ake a you, wife of an old not a word, her courage and presence of' .-.
.,i,/.-The fo.o-wing true storv might mitd seemed to increase ,.,ri tihe perl.. A MEXICO.
perhaps furnish mrhatter for a little comedvk. :tremendous cake of, --i ..r".. 'o Te the i' Mexicans are in a state of ill-con-
if comedies were still written in Enlan. boat, but it was so la that"all got cale agitation atthe hostile manifesta-
r th oo lntld ua~t In "' t, a,]e& ton a ,ch otl 1nfs
It is generally tre case that the the lover rcn ered ier no assistanceat al. tions of France. The' squadron of the
; -Itrore the totnsi of o tre il'ce..he'.. squadron of th
beautiful and tihe richer a voung female is. -It bore tlern to the lead of the i.sland. 'rand, ia,[ow in their ports, is viewed
I el ut ae a ad. as good R t~eOUld have it. tile
the more difficult are both'her parents nd a3 gad forte ... old ae it 'twit alarm and appreliesion-; and tihe
+ chitle be-,wben it and tihe ,Shlore,,
herself in the choice of a husband, and the cid e between it an the .l : .. shore Iadin ournals of tile Republic assumed
was frozen o~e', bpid -they cros s.titwIith- -11. : m. .
more offers they refuse. The one is too I oen ov.. a".dthy crossed it it a tone of dcmiiiaulce, which imperfecilv cbn-
out dffclltn.l. Tney reached atavern near i
tall, the 'other to short, this not wealthy, .out "-i"7ulty.1 ey .eaced' ea a tae e a l te .tclrrors The claims of France
that not'respctable enough. Meanwhile the river, and atr changing t e t upon Mexico are numerous and heavy,-
one spring passes after another, and an ts and oecctinelg Warl ;it a good the o -arr-,e committed upon her uj:ht.,
year after .year, carries awav yteaf after fire, the lover hinted to tle young lad tha hae aosed her indignation, while the
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ af f ia heno otllt vtolt .- ~sedl he indip"- wh t
r. of the bloom of youth, and opportuni- l was ti" e -lnw rth(i .to lav e I ll 1 iot Vile assassinations, the oppressions, insults
ty ,f.-, opportunity. Miss IHarriett Set- -tied, as tle magistrate had arrived or that Id jues wich hae een perpetrated
wood, was .le richest heiress in her na- pIurpose, and was in the next rooim. She up foreigners, who trusted their lives to
tive town but 'I had already completed ve h ima..st wiring ook o con-te tender ercl l of a -. i, mob, have
e twent-seventh I, and beheld a- a cclred shewoudm ncv unit excited a feeling in almost every ciil:zod
mti a h e y o n f ritenn itbe h ed ,to' . ith h o W a s so se lfis h: '
mUst5 tlmenr friin atil-o thd to m"hen dcts. v w .one. w was s nation, of deep and bitter animosity to this
........ .... ... 5 ...... -, I 'and cowardl -" It w as n a in V t htU la[ noie -.
whom she hid at one time or ther, dis- ad owary. It was besotted people. W hat tle precise object
c'rded+ Hlarriett began to be set 1--wn latteinpted by eattpan.. id ar !'t to of the armed feet now moored within the
ran old maid. -Heparents became re- hang,,her,1 res-ol tioi S I.'ii8 e- li""boul o 'f il-. may nob be -sil
forn 4. and lo pled to hilmlNt' ,wit ili. di" lnd'- hF iaie'rs of the i -I "m
ally unreasy, and she herself lamented in ".- ,'i days a'i u-d sh e... T, r....... to plain l,,l d (, leI C-lu V5 of the com,
," t* *q' ^i ^ u IJS ,a ite latus sIK i :.it, [ .,v t.- +' n* n i u l- f cr'; v, t -hr '." i.n'il
private a position which is not a natural....&si...t. -.t'i hn,. Ii er to ,tvO, saisactoylV rp lies t o the inter-i
one, and to which those to whom Nature 11rrvinc' i -i h 0 rd*at i, t, ,i, Or to S1 satist"10t1rw- to iner
had"esaped 7,arrynl-t u'l., ainau whos, i I prop -n -byr tire- Gov'-(a
and Fortune have been niggardiv of the' ilad leaped .. .l oa 1 -o j *'.'tives prpounded to him by the -oy-
gifts, are obliged to submit: but'Harriett oject was her to, .,. r, ier i nt. Ine squadron is ".l.... ,l. mLr L1
as we have said, was both handsome and lier lover returned. "1 t0hi s' te a powerfti the sipe p.,.. :.: t
very rich. river also-but such sh. '-er' ,of I .ie )andig reparation ; and- tihe probftond
Such was tle state of .l..g ..when he and cOnteilpt were besto ,'d upon h,11, ia vstcrv' that envelops the-designs 6f the
ufinle, a wealthy merchant in the north of that lie oun(i It best to decanm. i i., hei Frnch i Cabnet, togethlier with the fact, that
England, cdhme on a visit 'to her parents. (ld a lew nu"tghts ago, leavingel. bin a the minister is on board of one of the ves-
--e'Was a njovial, lively, Str-aight-forward hst of unpaid demands. scis wouid sei to indicate something im-
man, accustomed to attack al' diliculties p o. -- ,rtant. Speculation on tile. ultimate in-
-JllI aind coolly. "You see," said her Death I-f the i 'i.s i otimi.- eautiui t teniont i o f the l'rench. Government, is,
,father,. i n; ay .. a..i .- t ht season of life wlen we ca'ndsa1 il he ? ,,iowevcr as Vt, baseless ; but the secret
ties sin mle he rl d, hrrnad o rmti- lat.ruave of Scrit-uptre: I hou hlast the lo.'ot rest.-i long. undivulged, inasmuch
dessingle. The girl is handsoiele ; whate-e so authoies xvii not suffer
she is to have for her fortune, vou know'; dew th 5 o Et 1 t m .' of a t. ,l ,
even in this scandal-loving town., nrot a (ieatI gahes..lal ll5 e ti \\es ths ti e an a;', 'd force t remain in suehi dangerous
-.3" Sn,]i n Is) I h m o ln 1 t i dt d s o il Il;, i O m t h q ,t t o t a d f
creature can breathee the slightest, impluta- :1"-' s'so l ,.. .- s i Ii :h to .is0'.t" hisfitory without a d'.-
tion againsther; and yet shelis getting tol changed to ,;,,,.- less terri.ticti be- pnr unden.i ng to tihe object o f the
Ke an old maid." forec We learn to gaze and shudder not; visit.
True," replied the uncle ; "but loo!k lor he-carried on his arms the swet blos-. ": .
you, bi6ther, the grand pointing ovo,.y af0 sol of lls etily li ope. Xe shall see THE INFL, 'NCE OF WOMEN.
fair in this world, is to seize the right neo tlre nuC5-aun bl,)oonig im a iappe"r la.ld-- h ( ,,- :. A counf.y. an wo deny
Yes "." deathlr~nis -Dc-- a~ll to ou- O I
meat lthtyt&l) t dXtone ,; itis amis- ,ath )gs bac.. again to oil' tihe ,,, ., ,ih a.mothe-rextend's over
.^^.. t ir uc C cc gin g ,..i_ .. i-i,. | / .hev are ,17 :11'T1 `6 lor 1 IUS, and w. e t, NN ,0 -. f, I,,. ipr, ,Id
and before the end of three months I will '0 tc 1s -.c w -._i ...f ) w the whole lie o r nr n 'ie ough-
return her "t yob ,s the wife of' a main .'sa I ,ar' alike tle angels in heaven. I1,c -, ,'4rdicst wandeier, While hle is toss-
as young and healthy as he and upn tile border o te rave .. ed onil the ocean, or whie tiesco ch0 hio
as vounar and w eahthv as herrse f"lr stadtia ..pi the bo iu(c iso iltthe .,.l cve, t0 \vel- ,. .. ,.. ,. -
1) cn^ dn ~in snIf."i 7 5 to wel,. ,rY -^ tet on the desert sands, rcemi-s in his lone-
Away went the niece with the uncle, come S with the countenan('e of af-etion, on e ser sans, rect's in ns n-
On -the way home,'he thus addressed her: which teyvere o n earth, yet romho--. imcs au- .irt tme caes whic mhma-
Mind what I am goingto say. You are ly, mofe radiant, 'spiritual. De)cath has ta- ..is.n. "mAf __c.the
...... ,e ...... ,S,.. o,, .... ....el^ but < L v k .' u ,t ..,' ,1 .u l rcck les's silfl'le,even in Ihis hardened career,
no longer Miss Seliwood, but uIrs. Lumlv ke t.iCe, etoo, svee sister, and l' "ithou hast occsio lie cears e w hispering of those.,
imy niece, a wealthy, childless widow: .ou the cti of t1 xOthO."ll. '1 Ith placedholyireio t s i'isiHed bv a virtuous eO-
I ad th mifortuetolose our husband Gl thee upon his bosom, and his countenEnce p -ti. i,sL by a tuou ino
1 ti ........ ..,to lose yournhusband ol. 1!., the,, andl, aldtiu, h tiiey l may in the fullness
i "i' itp m n v m n nT nn 5tm vVtj.if >.t Il ^t iL. Jli() Ilal CiOUltlyf SCuiUS 1 ,0 "*
Lmnly, after a happy union of a qua-ter ."eaiS"aSmile. "The tar cou..y seemsJ
of a yea',-hy a fall from his horse, wl; nearer andt1 way less dre'nc-'y, for thou Of guilt li l nlccA." there ntre many iin-
huti" hast one eore, passin'so stances of the-i.- having so strung the con-
hun~ting." hastt goiie ciuC iS ZS eyto thy I-
"R uncle-. .-e,. thliat M a its.. l f dies -ot o t _! t' .ttl.: sc;cllce. thiat -ev have led to a deep and
Bi ut Ilr| U> uhcll th t Na v l.t\lSc!Cdies ]lot) ore caLlmliv,' I ... "
S ,., ., A., t,,. i,.... ... d .......... ;-; >'h .',, !; l ...... lasting repe l[;ti co .; tile erringl :1.17.1,! oi f ieth-
"Let me manage, if you pease, Mrs. A nd tiou .it there waiting t.o bid '1 i .e..
Lunmly. Your father has invested me come, v en we ..i d the-rk ir sex, wilt then, ion a sotion w t exists
with ful power. 'Here look on is th given us to do, anid shalh go hence, to e to he tha cosolain which the
Wllll~~i tU O ~ r i r O K v~, ISllie e- !av O 1<-(f, vr'n- deli -rr a n t I 'l.tryri
wedding-rinlrg givo nyou byv.your r atchlus- seel no more trln earth. ---_,of: Lonicf'/- iaws of" oit v d 'ii,-, an1 ii the lasting pu-
/owac.. ,ing" v" e ` ritv of a mrotler 's love vil find the way
bahbL. Jewels and whatever else vounieed tu'cavn. ow i ', ds a hard
to ll'avei. I U ~sahard
your aunt will supply you with,'amd accus- ,,rnr n..a '. ;,... i co f o f a
tom yourself to hang down your eves. cni-TUsI1%-N BIIIOLD fit V. WORLD). wokg 1,1;a., oo or te comfort ot a
The keen-witted .Uceiointrtoded' i' T-rom tLe ie. J. Harris' eryion- o. i Pu-'' ,' '..en mother how alive a son
niece everywhere, and everywhere th I, ,' d'A Wi tnes.infIlrc i', hiimo:' uand hitgh standing in the world!
^yvtirc, na cvy>\icio ue <.and should that miother be desertedh*b her
young widuw excited a great sensation. [Th V writer of this notcc heard the ser- amd su at umf e a deserted'by- her
help-inalte-b- left ill a orse than wid-
The gentlemen thronged about her, and moll, from which thIe followingg extract is ood--ds not er son stand rth her
s1he ':o had her cIi:Ii" Out oftwenty, ,- taken, delivered hforc" he ,. *. s- codmfrt and protector In short, the more
o.r.. '. r uncle advised'her to accept the snary Socretv London, Apnl 29, 1837. refl ect upon the subjoctthie more
one who was deepest in love with her, and hen tie- prehch" m the einphatc Ian- entire are we i- covicued, that no influence
a rare chance decreed that this should be guage of nature aItnd vwithI deep ftoiedfcelin is SO lastie e s O c' h wide extent, acd
',.. Most arnab and opulent. and solernri'ty-,delivered i iparas-awm
,:l.. ',-most amiable and opulent a Oc .t R. Dr. paragraph the more intensely do-we feel the necessi..
The match was soon field, nd one day the Clings ofthe Rev. Dr. Bunting wlo t' of iding this sacred af ction, and per-
rhe uncle desired to-say a few words to sat in tIhe clerk's desk undr the pul pit) 'pl f. being fro whom t emian ates.r
his future nephew in private. w ere observed to become greatiyv agitated "' I',. futur e-at.'a of a c ild, said
-ny asid-at heture charachtermeof a-chintenseid
"My dear sir," he began, "we hve a-nd atte ut utterance ofthe '.... -sentence Napoleon. "1is ahivays the work of its mo-
told you an untruth." thle Doctor's proverbi'fal seli-possession lor- he ;" ad lie ltd in recollectig that
"How 0o 'Are Mrs, LumlxY's aflic- s6ok lim, and he burst into-a flood of tears. pa d e uh
-to his parent did lie owe much of the great-
tions" May tie perusal of it make an pessio ness of a md, which probably grasped
"Nothing of the kind : my niece is sincere- equally deep upon the mind of the reader ; at too much, but which afterwards eenabled.
ly attached to you." am i may the love of ('hist nstiuin :m "
T Then her fortune, I suppose, is not c-1 to p'ay, to labor, and contribute, for the wiih to Lam ano di tioitv.
qual to what you told me.", salvation of those perishing millions oi i att it s concludes a wodk up-
"On the contrary, it is larger." whoni thme Son Of God has laid down his on tiae wormatioe of the minds of women :
Well, what is the matter, then V" life. E. ] ... Oh women if vou coun t only see one
"A joke, an innocent joke, which came l ,y a very slight effort of the umagmat 1i01of the miracles promised to maternal in-
into myhead one day, when I was in a we can cause thic hosts of evil doers to pass flnee, with what noble pride would vou
good humor; we .could .not well recall it befoie us, and what a spectacle to bihiold enter upon that career which has so gen-
afterwards. M, riece is not a widoww" Frs, comes the Jews out of all nations ui- erouslv opened future ages to vou endcav-
What is Col. Lumly living ?" I dci lieaven each with a vail over hue heart.
No, no, she is a .spinster." and stained with the blood of thie Just One. eus That whichit is not in tile pew c pof
T'he lover protested tiat he was a hap- ? ext nom-inai christians, by myriads, and ny monarch o a n t a
"- t i ivnt your will to execute. You
.pier fellow than he. had ever eonceivcdved iom all parts of Euiope, headed by one alone can unite the scattered flock, ard
himself; and the old maid wvas foxt'iwithm who drags a Bible, in triumph as a m ,.1g".-- oive it one coan mouni mpulse.t T'hat Woic h
metamorphosed into a young wife. os book and embraces in image m an am- e to een able to trace on this cOh"
ulet, instead. Then comns tlte crescent of 1 h n b a
A I posture, flowed by Trkv an P eriu paper, you can engrave on the hearts of a
ABRAE GIRL. by larger tracts of India, time islands of the age of heP Iruth offer to youan febuea i-
FROM TI W ILLINOIS BACKWOODSMA., eastern sea, F,t.l -e' and Northerb Arica, ttisf truth and w-oe caid b a the
In this State, no minor can obtain from the inhabitants of tie largest and tiaret otrumits elf to the gvore world. shen, in .
the county commissioners'couirts a license portions of the globe. After these,-te 0e dheeup sv c rowds Isee on all
to marry, without first obtaining the con- swarthy tribes of Africa Central, Western, sides the niy crowds otf children, divert-
sent of his or her parent or guardian. amd and Southern, with their descendant. of, g. themselves with the sports suitable to

growing uproar, I went to the poarch Lieft
comparativelyy day behind me, a gloomJ
sicklier than that of tempest and thicker
than that of smoke overspread the sky
The sun which I had seen like a ie-y buk"
ler overspreading the cityV aN's utteril
gone. While I looked, the daik-ess deep;
ened, and the blacknes' of nignt, without
a star, fell far and wide uponi the hbrizod.
4- .* '
Without inipediment or. err-or, I made
my way over and among the crowds that
strewed tihe court of the neiitiles. I heard
mary a prayri and mpay a groan; but I
had no more to do with man ; and I forced
my wAy steadily to thi. great portal. Thus
far; iftI had been stricken with utter blind.
press ; I could not have been less guided by
the eye. But on passing into the streets



most famous sHrines of the great kingdoms
of idolatry. Constraihed by cruel circumr
stances, and thie still sterner cruelty of man,
I have stood before the'altar of tlie Ephe-
sian Diana, the master piece of Ioniani
splendor; I have strayed thrQugh the woods
of Delphi, and been madd. 'reluctant wit-
,i.if of the superb mysteries of that chief
of the oracles of imposture. 'Dragged iif
chains I have been forced to join the pro-
cession round thie Minerva of the Acropo-
lis, and almost forgot my chains in Wondc:-
at that mnonunief' of.:InitsI- whi'chM' ,.l '..
to have been consecrated only todthe tre.;
God by whomni it was given. The 'tmi'.-.
of the Calitoline love, tLe Santa Soph.aa
of the Rome of Constantine, 'the still mi-i.,
stupendous and costly fabric in which ti!;;
third Ro.me"still bows before the fiishe'(,
man of Gallilee; all have been known i'"
my step, that khows all things but rest
but all were dreams and shadows, to ti,
&iandeur,'tie dazzling beauty, the almost
unearthly glory of that temple which on-e-
covered 'the "Mount'of Vision," of the ci-
ty of the Lord. -
At the distance of almost two thousand
'ears, I have its image on my mind's e ;
with living and painful fulness. ` I see thi,
'court of the Gentiles circling the whohi;
fortress of the whitest marble, with it:r
walls rising six hundred feet from the val-
ley; its kingly entrance worthy of the faminec
of Solomon'; its innumerable and stately
dwellings for, the priests *and officers i-
thie temple, and above'them glittering like
a succession of Diadems, those alabastc'
porticoes and collonades in which the/chieIs
and sages of Jdrusalem 'sa't leaching thm.
people,"Lr walked, breathing- the pure ai,,
,ind gazing on thc-griand6tir of a landsca--,,
which swept the whole aijtlithiett'e of
the mountains. I see risingabove the stu-
pendous boundary, tH.e court of the Jew-
ish women separated by'its porphyry pi,-
lars and richly sculptured wall.-; above thi:-,
tIthe -, 1p' lnt'I court of nien; still higher tb>,
court ofthlie ri:-is i ; nd highest, the crow.-
ing splendor of all, tithe central temple, tI;.,
place of the Sanctuary and one of the H.-.
ly of Holies, co-ered with plates of goL',
its roof planted with lofty spear-heads oft
gold, thIe most precious marbles and-mc-.
tals every where flashing-back the day, tim
Mount Moriah stood forth to the eye di'
time stranger approaching Jerusalem, wxhaf
it had so often been described by its bard;
and people, a" mountain qf snow studded
with jewels." -
The grandeur of the worship was wor-
thy of this glmory of architecture. Four and.
tw\enty thousand Levites ministered by
turns-a thousand at a time. Four thou-
and singers and ministrels, with the harp,
the trumpet, and all the richest instruments
of the land, whose native genius was mu-
sic, and climate and landscape led men in-
stinctively to delight in the charm of sound,
chanted the inspired songs of our warrior
king, and filled up thei pauses of prayer with
*-*.>^Tc -rniat-Trananpo-tvct -thTC-apliinr-ie-
yond the cares and -patssiens of a troubled
I was standing before thee altar of burnt
ofidri'ngs, with the Levite at my side hold-
ing the lamb ; the cup \vas in my hand, and
I was 'about t6 oinr the wine on the vic-
tinr, when I w'as .(;'itid by the sound of
feet. Shortly after the veil of the porch
was thrown back, and a figure rushed in;
it was thie hiigh priest, but not in the robes
of ceremony, which 'It was customary for
him to wear in the -seaisons of the greatest
festivals, lie vi :.'.s cv:rod in the common
vesture of priesth6od-, and was anxious
to usf it for total concealment. His face
was buried in theI fold of his cloak, and ihe
whalked with blihd precipitation toward
the subterranean passage which led from
the jnctuary to theid loister. But hie had
scarcely reachdied it, when a new feeling
stopped him, and ie turned to the altar
wher6 I wv.-- standing in mute surprise.-
The cloak fell from his visage; it was pale
as death' habitmal sternness of feature
which rendered him a terror to the people
which had collapsed into feebleness ; while
he gazed on tihe fire it accidentally blazed
up, and I thoLght I saw the glistening of
a tealr on his cheek that had never exhib-
ited himnan emotion before. But no time
was left fo' 'question if reverence had not
restr'aned n-fe-. lIe suddenly grasped the
beard of the lamb as was customary for
those who offered up an expiation for their'
own si'n; his lip, ashy white, quivered with
broken praVer: then snatching tthe knife
fi-onm the trand of tie Levite, he plunged in.
into time animal's throat, and with his hands
covered with blood, and wth ma groan that
echoed despair, again rushed distracted
The victim still burned on the altar, and
I 'uis offering up the intense, when the
iinrc'.,siug sound abroad, told me that the
des'irted courts wcr filled once more.--
But the sounds grew with an extraordin-
ary rapidity. They were soon all but tu-
multuous. "rie sanctuary in which Estood
wvas almost wholly lighted up by the lamps
ti'at burned round thIc walls, and the fitful
blaze of the alter, whose fires w'ere never
Suffered to be cxt inui
length unAle t shed. But when at-
lengh unbleto suppress my alar~n-at uhm'-

of the lower chtv, a -scatterd tkch from performed the Iduty assigned tb theim this TO 2NAV1GiATORS. c1e paying banks or not. Cornelius WV.
time to time, :,'i nglitig throuhhe J m iZ ,. Ti 'p for srround- Capt. L. Sistarc,-.of New York, at the Lawrence opposed The resolution. MrI. i
itess, like a la:, in tho ,.eiiIoic,'gaVe *ing and ui .the Seminoles, was most rcques ,of.t I. Loc!e,-Esq. es dent Agen.t Caliactin .was very VS er on the measures .1
(1).1.. .. ..Fo..c .u r ,,,;
gllvpses of th '.,ii.. ". judicious, and such 'was the prudence and of the Brunswick Canal and Land Coin- of the Covernrneu5. Ite contended that ,
.The '.-iad a.'entres were e cumbercd judgment with which .it was executed, that panics has made a survey of the waters their acts, and particularly t!e Treasuryv
with the living'in tlhe senblance of the dead. more than five hundred Indians. and amon10g f)rmin, the Port of ru.swick, and of the Cir'ciar adi t he Sub- treasury scCerneI
.... tile.Port ofqnsoof, tileeCircula
All was.prostration, or those attitudes in- them about 150 warriors, were taken and bars at the entrance of the same, andi'hav- wcre Ccalculated to break down the Banks,
to which meno are thrown bW terrorr be- brought into camp, without the loss of a ingr made careful and constant soundings andt he said that a large Natio'al fan!k or
"ond tic strength and spirit of man to re- single drop of blood on either side. throughout the channels of the .Sound and something of the kind, wXas equired to sus-
e. The'cloud that from mIvn melancho- Par. II. The 'Seminolcnegroes, with IHarbor, has placed two buoys on the tain the currency. The resolution was [
ly bq'd above the .valley of I.inoinom, 1 had Micanopy's and Cloud's families, anid Tius- outer bar, and one buoy on the middle i withdrawn, t
seen ,Ilhg i;'' the hills, was this multitude, kegee and hi's familv.y, will be taken imme- ground between tlia outer bar and St. Si- A letter was read from Mr. Woodburv i
A spectacle whose iame shliall never pass dkiatelv to Tampa Bay. The remainder mions' ,iglithouse, as appears in the fol- Secretary of the Treasury, to an individ- r
my li ps, had draw, them all by a ,ruel, of the Indians will be sent to Fort Pierce, lowing statement of the exact location of ual, stating that the bills of Specie paying
fralitic curiositv out of Jerusalnem, and I felt whence they will be sent to St. Augustine the buoys, accom'paied by sailing direc- banks would be receivedby the Govern-
it in the. soliudz that had surprised me. as soon as practicable. Col. Twiggs is tions or cntcrin d the Port: icment for debts. .
tiunsn 3for entoing Ithe Port:mn ordbs
Prei-cternatural" i-ses and horror fell on charged with the execuioni of this order. CAPTAIN sISTAEI's 'SSTATE'rM.,m r. The Convention adjourned to this day.
them, and tlheir'ihousands madly rushed i Par. III. Col. Twiggs will detach a J have placed a Black Buoy on the
hack to perish, itf,perish they must, within company of Artillery from his commliland, Southeast end of te Nolh Sand spit. which Chturch Consscrafion.--The Episcopal
tilc Walls of tlie (ity of loliness'. Still to- strengthen the garrison at 1'ort Pierce. v, o fo t sothrl St. Church in this- city, under the pastoral
t~ a l f h 't f l l n t]m a kz s o u t tfro nl-I th e s o n"'h rl y p o lint o t h r h i h s .c t u r t e p s o a
a e c h r g e of th e Al e v M r C a r rn e s w a s c o il-
the multitude .amee pouring in; their dils- Par. IV. The 2d division is divided Simrons Island. and is known bv the name charge.of the Rev. Mr. aes, was con-
tan tramnpling had the-sound of cataract ; into two separate districts or commands, ofthe"North Breakers." Froi the Black secrated to the service of the Most -gh
-l d,' I S O f t lSsc atebto th e, m or nin, f th e .M os tr Hi ge ho
ad their outcries of ,-age, and pain, and Gen. Eustis will command that part of the Buov, St. Simon's Light bears N.W. and on last Sabbath morning, the. services of '
terror, were like what I have since heard, division north of Fort Anne IHunlorec in- by V. 1-2 \V.--distant six miles. It is thealtar beingconducted by the Right Rev. (
but more f"eehld, and sent up from the field eluding the posts on the St. John's ; and placed in two and one half fathoms at low Bishop Kemper. The ceremonies were t
of battle. Col. Twiggs will command the troops and water, exceedinglyav interesting and impressive-
I struggled on. avoiding the living tor- posts south ofthe district, assigned to Brig. have laced a White Buov on the nthe music delihtful-and the discourse de-
L hv lae Wie-5o o h
rent by the ear. and slowly treading my Gen. and not included in the command of Northeast end of the South South spit, iivered by Bishop Kempcr was full of e'o- (
*way where I IIheard the voices least nu- Col. raylhr.\ Lt. Col. Bankdead will con- which makes oaut from the easterly side of quenec. This '.i, is in every rcspc-; f
ierou. ;-but iiv task was one of extreme tinue with his resentt command. Jekvl ,l .m. and which is known bv the an ornament to our city, and while we'on- "i
toil and bi.t f6r those, more than all the By order Maj. Gen. Jesup. namne ofthe '"South Breaker." "This White (CIvc that it comes within the circle o' our
Iitreasures of lihe c;r- to mr-. whose life de- [Signed,] S. A. (CHIIAMBE S, I Buoy bears ). S. E. f'rom the Black Buoy, duties as public Journaists, we feel 'great c
pend, ted on my etfirts, I should have will- A. D. C. & A. A. Geun'l. distant one 'mile and one quarter, and 'is p measure in noticing each progressive step.
ingly laid down, and suffered the multitude dacd in tle fathoms at low water which she takes in her march through a
,110 l a dsf.c h u t t d p la c (I( I I in th ree fa th o ml s a t, lo w 'rw a te r'.
-to trampie ric-i into the grave. [ow lon TROOPS IETURNING. The (' ...: 1 lies between these two moral wilderness.-Uobtrdims Setinel.
thus sf l:r',. i kl:vow not. Bat a- yell of .an t Maion c e o B,, a is from threc and one lihalffath- "Thl desrt shIall rjoic a-i blossoni as tli-h rose." s
peculiar" and uuivd esal terror that burst I_aa nsB
rocniao n a e e t lat urst wharf on Friday last, having on board ores to ifor and one half hthoiis at low t
round neru mae.n Th tn auy relucta o eyes lab olnerhse trn of water, and holds the whith of one mile and Bishop Kemper.--Tho Rt. Roy. Bishop
,ardJcu.em. lhccauseoti s service had ex pired, an lusi, who ,Tere P, of,- one quarter to the Middle-ground, which Kemper consecrated the Epscopal ch
alarm was seen at oice. A lare sphere service expired, and who w pai off in on the ornin th .
of z i-ceficclA- shot tirouizh theheivens, ar is a bank of saul resting. Con. thi- Southern inl )-- -,,'... on the morning G the 25th arlt. c
(ihtitnl its ti- it do;wn t"he t u kh air. and ,Te Geo(rgia Br(igade, commanded Lb or Jckvl spit, and cutting into the Chan- and in thlie afternoon, administered thie i-ght '
liti its tract down the curke aira and lso passe t o o C it neC way for one half mile, leaving a chan- of confirmation to twentv-Lve person'-- .
casting g a di strot, d illuminationion n Neson also passed thiog o c nl between this middle ground and the The Bishop preached, on the am'.--., a- s
diat'uiilnja on .'ni asolterwa o1 amp ~
pod a.b.ove the ,6itv and ex.',!odcd in thun- ]t th troud nsous- s of a mile in width. Monday morning tblowi'g, when baptism
dcr, flasiiinvr 6ver tlhe wiole horizon, but di g a wit ap' have paeod a Black Buoy on the Nor- was administere to a umber of children. d
c )venini! lie ts-illrI wmth a blaze which nhess of eredit an-I honor to the State of ln- i 't-daThakBuyoeteNr w ascdmniseet a 5n nbro ethlie.
caveti theac w ,ith a blaze whicl Georgia that we beheld ths body of en thernm side ofthis i I, -ground, in two and 'The Macon esengr speaks in the high-
'gave 'it the-a'p rofaingomassofmetal 'lo a six months a to1 h one quarter fathoms at low water. From est. teriIs of the ability displayed in the
gowi in a t.'. eturning front. a six months In the I rI
(om ,T illa swamps of Florida and the severities and ts mile ... Buoy the Lirnt bears discurss.of this enent divine, and ex
very lhne o fal" eti c etu ver y plar. dshis of the Seminole campain- N. W. an ,u \V. -2 W.--distant four. presses high admirnaton of his clerical and
eeypn,-: 'a s+n with a livid and nlc,-ce.H etMo
rrve r' pinsa'ucs-- was s'en iti a liil anid hd t m .i .o iles front tihe Lighthouse.--eiruns -c oi personal character. He left M ,, ,-,, on a
T1riri l distd:i n-'-os. A a:Unil vanished. ,nno;ld they pass hi-ough i\I t- I OD r our, by tim, way of Columb- g
i hr th I lo o 1 i their way home, we presume that lis Ex- A- c'e. -. har t, t
.t{ heard tnrh(; l !o/ r'oar otfan cart hquake: ; ,-.* .* .i .. : .. us:-- Chiarieston Courier,
i 11o1"Id nost -a ( lia- an ci 1 unl.e ; 6, c'eloncv Governor GAdimer will read in their as.-C Clarkleon Courim
tile gro!ind rose-an!d hi'aved under our slc-. ik a, vp reaa t t Good,--Last week a loafer was seen .
I lieirl thel .,, iins, the fall of resolute and soldicr-ike appearance that ngin about tcofeonais stro From t. C leston M uy.
hear d haS l iwthe ahelfalloofiFrorn 17te Ca ilto hrzry
hangng about t oconutclion at icssad is-y.l
fr-agmcits of the bills. ad'l l,)utier thmami both, a simple v-ole cal lnver keep from the fieid i o -h
melts-ofthe0 hif!,lT1 lo)Udcr thalaboth-, ^ ? ^p ,!lingthrough our streets, witihont any os- Ranw1p6 7 1 ... Colege.-The nu- c-
of battle a chivalrous spirit, nor hi-der an ..th.oughoourtric'atedanwitroutanov os-
the groan of-d he multitude. I caIght mv c- o i t sensible nimeans of support and ,I ..:i,, er of matriculated and peparator st-
.. .. A ricr a n s o hl e t ri n "1 0 1 p ro t cc ti tl cr t c 1 ,C ] p d n s i wIj '
wile-a'd chid c loser my 'osum. In the wayle a fiei T a r no sort of iniation to seek for any. O" dents, now in this institution, exceeds 160. f
ne t one t hl hegr u d ~ v ay Iss and unofl nien ihn ., 'These are Gewz- I, "-I
ia's ovnt bo st-her g al ant and dec min- boys, (who by the wav, do some good The students are said to be a very prom- -
ciealh mo a .i;;rowap.r took away y i things) called a council, organized a police rising set of young men, wlvbehaved, andf
bet ea i me-a ru ed spirit's. who, h aving girded on their ar- .
my vbrCa't~h. andl I xWas caught up i uawxtil-i i- pit tty5.Hapontdt
mvdl cafl.us and I was caiueht up iu mor, ne'er throw it ofe until they hia' e in their own way and appointed their mar- characterized by Tgeneral seriousness. Eln-
ind of d--ust and ashes .measured s w tir feeo.a ba- s.lla, The maln up town was soon ar- comaU indications of a revival of relig-
w ind-re ofdustand th ... .,.! I',;, I (,, iI I. t s. 1 0 -n e nir t e .an ih
.......i.1 ". '- = t^ed foi the perpetuation of that liberty ai'gned before their honors, and after a ion have appeared among them, and eight
f~~i.-i.a 3 t '* *<>,tiedl for tlC Pei' petlati ill 01. tha ll ibai 1 ll.(;a\t- ,. psp f wef^ itory convers-ions-
-aral 1 ii.;.-w. h. _._ ,,ich was pureh.ased by t ,he blood, of their proper examination. was condemned to 01 ten cases of satisfactory conversions.
". i .\-, -:' 7\r. 7. hs. These a the men, who, tnaid- labor, in the BlaMcksni-h shop, and have recently occurred. One of the stu.
IL-qu m o' Tin A V, 'e bv thicr' own leishatue, traveled to as accordingy committed in due form. denits, once dissipated youth, butthe sub-.
-A DiJUTA;NTG.-Ar FIC, bleiiloida hca dd by tlv gallant B'lo.ievin" the senten--e from the proper au- ject of a revival Ist fall, (having left co-
-Aa;r:rL;,*,sOvr, blc6ding Yorda iZd" y li glan "- adl ath dedrcetl...hi
N n authorities, thne way he sl ungh slge as ege in bad health) died recently on his
~ I~iiii-to tri 1,0, 1s3'{8.ij iA)e h'-iis h0wxh 0n~;i ld
Major Gt-nraI Jesup aving 3. cc ro iio t mPOte o- i they t stressing! At nightfall,l however, re- mother's bosom, bearing testimonv "that
theie Gospelr a,-rs!Thy-v1--
.- tha vthe-op i ien Fid1 411a tr-illuve wl ni de atoa i;e from t the-surveillance of our friend tee Gospel is the power of God unto sar'
e3 that thc,.op-nration~s in Fle, rdaew ill have well ree -i\-,ed at Ihead, ,tc h i e n-_ ....
trmid btle ] .... i -, .... ... of t1 anvl, l'e put out to look for a more va'tion.t rhe College commencement will
ortion "r t, ......I ,. .' ? lie.--Ge a Mlirror. tkc r~ac on ine 2ns June next, and, six .
P611t01 of tho-roops will bo (1,isposable, the i iJE fr -v-'-- d c,. >~< ;'^ ".. --0ta' tal ..- ^ O i L4 b.
ofh I1 i-oops. x "i b dpai th h"-'j tIaavesed tihe \.oois n.a ilr S'a'irlpic > weeks after that period their next session
ao 'i -ara e5eits xxii be -carloc thv shed tIh.cir blood ; and now .they are ; will ben..
ento cfflct as soon thr'1'attcr as practica- mo.irniog, by orde-r of the Thmmanding of ute a.--Vhq rests contentwth wil bm "
ble t. i i er having dis dinrgd theit' duties as pincset ? '," sa orte futre' In passed an act making it a serious offence"
1. l .e r, h a v"ino 1g UH - t ie r J u t *- s .. Z,,.D, , ,
faitltfy a]id crediti5to a( (,,)I-
th .is of t.e .... 'hL -- / ildhmood we anticipate youth, in youth for a more hant to extend credit to a. (o h
rn, thm six compa ;s of tlio 2d ,, ...,.--o homes and firestdes, and may the o manhood, in manhood old age;'and to what lege Student; and in addton t this, t
ands frn l companies of .d- R. n s,n will broad banner of libertyv ever be over yU. dcs that tur but to a world beyond our Board of Trustees of this Coiege av a d-
onsti'tute the 1 ..' h f"' c' to rem'a-n- of t regm-nti Of troops r rvc -r at o th Aia-cel over 1 Fi'om the very first the strong be- dressed a cmi-eular td parenins aund 2 ardinsa
x.'si';..-' -s' s ii ta of th9err, tory as thc last week, and Were mastered oit of iee | is anursd vi thii uw we lo sfre taisdasktiry legislation. ithecircuar re- o
-l.r _'""i- '' thr co.. .ani. o fa Y e ,e vce t h.te numbered aoost t. '. m. o stl ait r, b tim to conme is the ommends that no son or ward be-allowed
:, '' .,. lh..i ,e otpanies,, fte of them had losttheir horses anwd Wre s haitag t t h e o mankind *' and he to open an account, on any ground what-
ii~i: r i!:i'!:;::.i~ii:!i to 0pen an e nt, aon sany rud at-ns

h w t,,!. "iy, th lnd i -ms of 'te otlignd to foot it, but t'ey lookedt h alhy i bt -t o tnw ever, with stores or shops in the vicinity
S-c.....,in ,f beyond the gr o theC
tii'iitQ~ -atnytA~- Fotn hadc 5-
with ~ ~ ~ Iji oh.a ureso t~ihe le-astndok app ared cr i -n-fnespirits Soutoftlc I ^^ ^yn Uh ae-a~ r ote olege tatlsudnts bheirularnilee

o f h e io-S tio t n d o r i I-s i
inht tt.lian. Bay..o.. r t felt told us in conversations, ttat tiev had not. G, f,. i xwvth no more money than is strictly su-a -d
-II Tlhe io.regiments of, tilIe.ry, lhe fe]t t, any great extent "the pressure oc leat to cover the necessary expenses of I
A. Pine110 .1 imii l-i'Y ix -ptiiics of ofthe times,''last their had otrsoesany erlccutonght-rOndwat

eth i ragio int of i dl try, sdix cotps ties of i- t timesa,"nd ai'iy Iad not found any sight- The BaI of West Florida.---This institu- college- life ; and that no debts, contracted
he ,d dragons, an the dttchnent ofing 1.p do in Florida, and perhapsiot seen o, we undrstp, has"bc r-9rga1zed, a colege, o..l i l. is fxod oea
li nrlm s w l '-wi' o t i ll( fo t- I C-11, e uidrt itns be -e- 1i0, a olg ''m h i is ie y p r

tl -ars wi! repair- to te ( .,..' ani Indian during their sojourn in that coun- and is about o recommerce operations in this mental discretion, be paid. The sum of $250
c'anti'ry by. th ii most convenient and ex- tri- of hnbioblis and terrific shows.-- cilt tinder the most favorable auspices. The including 1860 for clothin" and $25 for so- -
1)'Ol~i~iiSi~hitIfS fisi tlaims cbut aiimt at Smepofrtione Sam' hot'rwillha C

peditins rots' ios oi thui s-nveral points ah te So-ei of Uncd t saiks boys will have- to old ] ,iils have been called in, and will be paid ciety and pocket money, is estimated as a
whi ohrd they m;ve t) da onthe aeseipt o.l stirit o ot in that sickly regon dur-ng the offat sight. The stock is i thie hands of sub- sufficient allowance for the college sessions
,,is ordei.m w ne b rymseas 4 ar aS.p andh ,ca- su'ncr--poor dlevils, low we pitt them I stantial capitalists who arc n-lk',ng arrange- ofnine months and a half duration.
bpenwill n')vcb'y rerm hehosand btaecom- -Columbus Sena.ne ments to place the affairs of the Bank ox the The following persons are the faculty
iS'nied b am cf o'ti.-ors belonging to eacl. -most respectable footing. At a meeting of the of the Institution. President--Roev. S.
hl.'-i 1n of l cmrpinies or. tlrd o F iore e Sava"nh Grgeu. Stockholders held in this city on the 2d inst. 1i r, u. ., (cnovr t Europe for his e alth.)
thieo "nerole x.,h-hl), o- ,py saiots n he ,i Stem i'aininm Gaston, Cpit thao f noi Wsg g ,n-tleman were elected Dnec- Professors-. C. Garlhand, A. M., David
Mill they sh ~ould ilnofin ,I.itoafdo tienfFlowingande-atheinansoo atro'fe,1-, telr) iesdoby' avtd

Slor re whic, they sold no, imtc- ItIma, arrived yesterday afternoon, torsortheprcsat year, viz. Dunican, A. M., Rev. E. D. Sims Rev.
o, l 11 F- I-. ,t'n'i'bo tlorco m nc-o eatosonths en a d,

i!n ,rtli be wiqititawlh'cv will ctinue ... ...' b i- -.., -.v.. A. G. Siums, E. Wood, Win. M. Vigtiman. Tutors-J-no. 0.
,--.. p I. to...." ,.,ii th tro 'Gapt. F.,it, passengers i.i time John Lock", John T. Myrick, P. W. Gautier Wiafield. J. V. Hardy, R. Jngram. Prin-
Its .'.' ta !',el they will foe v thu-tupices. Gason, hpt.eludiang that tmenr picnth jr.,anid A. K. Allison. "
h,hc troo. ,.> ,..:. ,' i to rmah in ithe ter- ci.M q^^^^,radA .Aho f,]Preparatory D2rtment.. Solo-
lo- ..d at a gn. Goaseon, \o Iear, Svat te p aants -And at a meetin of t Board, I. oteven. I o r '
,,,i"ha dlayt b r p -,ve abandoned the crops between Ftort son was elected president, anid J. C. ipi .... mon Lea.a

t-.'::,lee aThe studios for te Preparatory, Fresh-
.. ~ each had gone imito the fom'ts foi' protection. W.ith the staudheg and business habits of man, Sopahonmore, j1untior, and Seniior, class-,
."';,.-Itr. su -s: 'a~ as Ana express rider', it is said, was re cent- mtist of these gentleinen, the public are well es are wvell arrangedI and proportioned, antI
IV.a tl"o sr_ ." anJ:.ismanr.a.xsx Iy shot in an ari within' a mite of Fort acquaisted, and afford ample guarantee that on a liberal scale. A fifth year's course of
..t.. i ., i..i.c t-" L .i _,o f. a'e. oi ts way to r Micanopy and New- the concerns of the institution w oill be well study, for resident graduates, embraces
wil;(di 111wwo stik it on in thtosickn, aigh.aTes tocdtihemath

itsO.s xhiase se'rdsi th e shtest period ansvle, but ma de hls escape hack to tie manaled.-A.alachicola Gazette. eobrew, Modern Latin agesaa ndte thi
,to -li t e si i- o i .. -ndbAIt. i- A ,-In "--tefs.o ematioal theory of Civil Engineering, to
iedtli t'rIri i other On Monday, two men named Snowden NIw-YOR, APIL 12. entitle to the honorary degree of Master
mei -' ,h.iu .'jrcd With-ite tmaoops and Townsenmd, were murdered on New- Bank'" Convuneon.--The Convention o Arts: -
SI ..v.,rai- l ,supwil taie all River. 12 miles from Fort -arleee v o at- 12. o'elck yesterday.. under the or- iu s
ii i' tle ioiptcx-~ prtyoffiihi~~is ,.; :, is m, ii. o Novemboer last.
i,- ,,f. ti .... ch t: ten tui'n. Cd. Sanhhez. ., on Fr'iday last, xvas tlii- Samuel Hubbard, of Boston,-was hedis- of soe. importancewas recently decided
j, ..1j"-I i D "D-, "now1'o11 nll1|1lc~tpt --for t-i, t,*I .. ...

ox-ct'tme i....,, ..,t toI ,e troops inl I.ra, te ft-..hi...mittio, by a p ,-t of1 n President, and J. II. Lockwood See- mad th mendsrcesitaint cr.T e r('taizn Batik
to) li -i. l 5:i--] 'r G general z. T-axlom', to 20 indians, and had gomie to Newt'aais- retary idcmece utaant etiipr
(Th'came te t m tnti v, ;'.. a o "beivmm About 150 delegates were p present from sons. amdkth defendants filedan exception,
tie Ih hero 1, te dL,,nbu,.a 'caJbci' F- o'it) valued coTrespondemit in P lo- 18 SttsCinacionaSuhCren that the Bank could not sue, as she had for
,f n, 2 t10 o- t8 Sd oltarfrthes, non eafr, Sut V roinzon

,- ."... he t.t mimr:.. t ," e of, ,'- lidato cae als oer n thtuae 4thilast, Al- flor Georinne from Alabama, none felted her eharaecer by Suspending specie
T ay1 lore-payIemt)..triloofhthe exception

pntster evginerig. snd and stated, th at he hId buried the t.hame -c e ank, P ...., S.. .. ....
XI .* T t'i.ltv. d inge,, otsex- e saed' .rt ; -om Pennasylvania -but none from P t hila-e tui tIl at
ri. n o' th t'd. o mak .e hlathet forever. e left the same day fo' d'lant-none fi'o Kentucky-all ew tain their plea; th- Court, w however, deci-
er,1 ;,,-,,d Of-|lie" -t.4l %% ,,:I tm ake the / ., ro en u ky a l o
.... ...,; his family.n f Etgand owas represented except N ded that sufficient tsesinmnny had not been
n~~sat'a Vifg'tltsSfor niovalz nd EnglanwareestdexptNewvofie ittebn a upne sei
n oi e 1 'l, di de -.routes t to t is thought that the prospect of tereni- 1 H i am h-ce-none from. andofred that the bank hadessuspend e spc
S ; '... ,r thse.' ice i -natin existing ditlicultie s is n lor'e favoma- Inoie from Tdnnessee, as near as we could payilents.
.h in. r .' t .e.. p... p. .le tha .e o m a.f M ow e wIr e a t ei e ex t c t w would be natural to infer th at i s the
I m ,,v n ai d t h s e *e n ;S i o re t h a n e v e t F -rt !r o w e n ,w i l l b e
,: a ) _.b l e t h a c. o.. . tl e an b u ta r e e x p e c te d t o d a y .
i. arV,;ssimed knwn in fe days. s A p Iodsitin was iad to r lax tht e opinion of the Judge, wiere proof is made
vih.- 'ae tote i~ em o tt0 5 left It o
t'- t ". *a 'of of the.tt'.. "re A detachment ot the 2 dragoons, rule which closed the doors of the on hen- te suspension of specie payments, that
113 ~ tnir- qta qii'c. Creek. 'facans h m- itdlgts orfumned that 'an exception of a similar an-
,'li,.L "., ,th f.r Ji i al uato r 7 r ee spectffors; w ho are not delegates. N qo
1 -"T e thiffitry u d er o m an;of ol p os tio n h as b een m ad e to thlro w v the tu re is ab ou t t et r "ied in -ref ren ce to a ,
Time 4th idfantrv under command of("ol. '--z
"1',, ~~~ ~ ose ,..rri.ve.'do ,-t",,P'ortn { ,;Barooke.. on. il .. ..e'other institution which does not pretend
f- i l i"-" riFoster, aiied at 'por't Brooke on the same pop n to the public.
else a, a d hree companiesof e4th, an tnr. .Te o pay secie. It is a question involving
A ifm~u.j L't ~ hmt-' Thl- 'e e 'l Next- rA iil Banks, it is; reported,
I 1a i e. l U6er the command of lajor Reilly, e t aee to deep interests, and should rceve al and
bidv ,V i -.a},]; ',,.1 ai h,_',ti me: un J .. v ilnot e~ o r ... di itis s pa so ae osd rai n -Ne-re n

n ^^'ta- te.^ ^ _t^ cS^S
Alet'nder Mac to have left Fort Brooke on the 19th inst. tainted, whiat course New-York intends to dispassionate consideration.--New Orlans
B'c 1''of Alxad r aenb, major 'Hrad
B J..:r ,i: -i', o le ian-I, I f r, f, )*. 'take as to Paying out its deposits in H erald. -
d- u"R ONE; 2jt 4n t Giemneil specie. ..Rs ~m rS~PAWIRITS.
",, H; : _2_-.- G. l .-Of the thirteen Indian murders, in our P rThel better fi'om thePhiladelphia Banks
,! p .pof thie aned O,l 6 11de eihGoihood, within the last 20 days, one was read, and soie discussion had, when The fhollowina, letter from the Secetarv
1imn vi,:6 h a deserted i., ri'i~u render- was an aged man,of nearly an hundred the subject w as laid on the table. of theTreasury has appeared in the New
1 ri lxigs at0 is command,-v years, ofthe name of Smith,. m the neigh- A ieiber from u".ldanl submitted a Yorktpapers:-
Vto afriend. 'horhood of Fort Mills. The ahartt was resolution calling for all the correspond- WASHINGTON, March 18, 1838.
o '"oafICeA. given by his grandson,who~had bediwxyun- once between the-Nexw- Yorkand !hiiladel- Dear SirI: In reply to yours of the 16th
r (,- "" ri:n. AnOFvI L TIIE' -'-SoU'r~,, ded and left for dead by the indifn .-E'yTh6 phia Banks.' Mr. Gallatin- opposed it, and inst., I hasteu to remove any er'oneous in-
I o7': i,'t' Ti I;irF .i.- a'h 1 1 S. old man -:ged the immnediate departure of was exceeding-ly warm. The subject Iwr lfarehas ferrencs from the rumor mentioned. rhe
oi P.~ NO,. 77*. he family, but said he could notgo. If laid on the table. settled policy of the Departmemnt, and one
-)T, ; IT) R N-O.'i 71.... l f,

a.r i rTtienidaj : general commanfl- they kill mre they kill me," said -he, "but I A resolution was submitted by a meni- which it makes known to all inquimics, is,
1-ng, r,:t,,,": h-in th'. ,;ks to (o h T -vg d an d cn not run." The wretches iot only mu m- ber fi'om Conneticut, calling on the Prosi- to prom ote the resumption of specie pay-
- h old. p-. 0 ba.. ..,. .... "itswrelheino od o
t o ratofl1. tit'.-. dered but mangled the venerable old patri- (lent of the United States to know wheth- ments by thehanksso fir its limited pow-
ea-hi~d so1diers if I, ,-:,wh i,, tn hy arch. -- .J!. '-Z 'Coilrter, 12th nlt, or the G, .e... .nt W would sustain the spe- ers rna permit.
u 'l .ta~ I' .%-' inrl` rie'iwbfci herhP. _th ,..., ...... th (-,o.ve ..... ..

.C .i' i...a1l, it has not, and wxvill not quake, than to inthle animpure atmtosphere.--
imcrcalter, purchase specie beyond what'i We had rather see ihe political elements agita-
nay be needed for n4imem ate uiisbunrsomnent 'dy by atorrnies, thaii .tishied into dangerous
mand in that way neither hoard it nor-comn- caln-s. BAtter that mien should be more than
'ete with others for its possession alive to t-eir rights, than that they should for-
t eiv, in aniy way, wV' :mn-,- evrlsw.r in eons'iou sennarinesou dcurity. From thi'
L Tteiyorv i oyt aai t defray
ltely 00paid out agi to der. the ap- actknowledged depravity of huran nature, as
propriations. w(it as froni a history of the past, wxe ire ri-
1 make these statements explicitly and iumnded, tlat our. liberty can oi;iy be preseryed
promptly, and have forwarded similar ones at the expense of "eternal igilance." Though
to Boston, in order that no injq'iious aljpre- we live under the benign influences of a fiee
tensions need be entertained a to,) the f- Governmient, and are surrounde-d by the bless-
lancial operations ot the Governmncnt. mgs of Republican histtutions, our political
Respectfully, yours, biirthright iay be wrested from us at a time we
SLEVI WOODBURY. last expect it. 'There are those who -would
3-r-T, B.R. :.e - ,.; soundd false alarms; there are others, still more
; ~ r -: ., ,,. dangerous, who aniid the cry of "peace peace,"
woult m v the axe at (e very root of tie tree of
PiiCIPLI ANn TIt, P.rO-'An. liberty. It is whilst the people slumber that
'X'&E laaeA.sex, A-Bri. -s, l_,sw. the spoiler centers the tiep!e of liberty, lays-'
...-.... .-.--- --:---- iis nir-an, and applies the toroh. It is when th3
T'1. -' Iarke.-Baeoni, Hams 20 cents, sentinels upon her watch tcwefr are asleep, that
SideslO ;Flour, Northern- '.. 7 %Vi est..rn $14 thi- enemyi'enters a.-d prostrates-her altars.%-
Corn 1 75; Coffee 16 cents; Oats 1 52; Cot- It is whelin the eleinments aro. hushed into calhtn-
on, 8 a 8 1-2. t ess, that a fearful htrrifane suddenly d it'kens
----the Leaveins, and pcorsout i;s furies. The true
SOur City.--We understan'i, our worthy City patriot is ever vigiTas.t,. Casting his eye back-
Council have imad arrangements fotr iithe iP-- wa-d 'rIhmrugh the vista of dPpaura', ages, he
irovemeint of all thile strees -m ,!r.aB s.s,,-- .'.- o. vry hand th.e ru,.:s of ia'o, s0, thtt
Tbi s as as R simol: beW. vVe hop- tni.'y i l .-, .L ;' r viet;r's oi a fut. npathy, and is i.s -
iopt such measures as waillpromote .'. '-:e-..;., M "'p ''A S ,:n.Y' to b. ever Owvn to his own arnd his
onfort and beauty of the place. I en'-'s ;'il.

Fatal R'inicounter.-On the 180h inst, as ir. It s-0rti'xes happens that mein judge others
lowell More, was proceeldog to his work, a by t Q '.'I-vcs. (ove-ned entirely by motives
short distamee- from hli residence, hie was at- of a nsercc narv ci;racter, and destitute alike
acked by three pe-'3cs-"s-to wit: ... .. E. oF corr.ct. priii- and ti patris',hey
Turner, his son 'T'homnas Turner, and his son- wo-ld ei'eate the impression that all others are
n-law A.,ra-rn'Bleaeh. When M31r. More cuan- ike ther.selves. "eaus, forso"oth, ie are
pposr tser t-ec o coms~amnet, tle idcr-emi~ttheywo ,i avse, timesoophtte b reli

ppo fi t'ieir place of concealment, th elder c
ttrmnr arose and snara-p.Il hs gun at hi gu t
+hielil fortunately mnissid ire. A St"i ''" en- C
aued between the three, in wh:ch the elder Tur- p
er was seriously wounded in the side, and his a
on-in-law mortally wounded in the lower ab- o
omen. Tihe son then fled. Mr. More recev- n
d several blows otn his head -with sticks, but
'as not seriously injured. Bieach died on the t!
3d. The father and sou have been arrested. c
Ir. More is represented as a peaceable Undi d
worthy mani. Thie affriy arose from an old r
rudge. 1;
Port Leon.-The pubhie will recollect that n
'hursday,- next is the day appointed for the saie 1,
f lots in this new Town. As we have nev(ir b
isited the spot, we aire not prepared to speak t
Fonm observation, as to its commercial advautta-
es, but are told that thiyv have a decided pre- t
trence over any other location in that vicini-
Ly. We understand the Rail-Road Company
ave generously offered a free passage to any
who may wish to attend the sale on that day. 0
Hogs! tooli out !-It may have escaped the a
nirnds ofithose swine whlo patrol the streets of n
Tallahassee,that .1,v'- i!. : ri' -:a.' edict was I:
ent forth by tile city authorities, some wccks p
since, which will take efiect on Tuesday.next. -
At first view, the case will doubtless appear a%.r'
ard one, and they may be inclined to resist an a
ordinance, which no doubt will strike them as
eingunconstitutonal and oppressive, but we g
would advise them to submit without a nnr- n
,.j, n7 4% I.ilu, %1 1 .0 T ,
,,il (,t rrr ,, n -, -.^' *" !'^ '" T 1 -^
nimiosity, but seriously, we believe that the i
C;ty Council, could have passed no or-dinace,, i
vhich should meet with an more cordial sane-
ion. r

The Editor of the St. Joseph's Time.s, says s
we write with a blunted pen. It may be. We
ry to adapt our weapons to the object opposed, t
Some weeks since, if we recollect right, Ne -oia. c
pared himself to an elephant. Now every one c
must see that it would be folly to attempt, to I
reach the sensibilities of such a pcrsonag',
vith a cambric needle. t
Again lie says, ihe cannot understand -us.- k
That confession was quite unnecessary. No ,
other"Key" or index than the ",Timnes,"would be 1
necessary to leadany one to a correct conclusion
on that point. As we wish to give the mostfavor- t
ible aspect to his course towards us, we must
ascribe it to an extraordinary intellectual ob- j
tuseness or derangement. Until he more fully
understands us,-however, would it not be well I
for him to abstain from ascribing to us positions
that only exist in his "'"orbid i[magination ? We
merely suggest this, sir iKnight of the 'Timnes.

The Editor of the Times, see'as to. be qnite
in a rage, because, next to Mr. Downing, we
gave him the preference among the "long car-
ed gentry." We can't help it. True, we did
hesitate, which should have the pre-eminence,
and after all, we may have assigned an honor
to Mr. D. which more properly belongs to the
Editor. If so, we will most cheerfully correct
the error. We are not surpr-sed that the Edi-
tor should be ashamed of his company. He,
however, should not despair. Cheer up, cheer
up man; there is 'no telling what your lazy
nag may do.

i" Tie ferment of a free, is _'. t ,i' to tie tor-
por of a Despotic Gvernment."-T''here are doubt-
less some who will unhesitatingly call in ques-
tion the truth of this political maxim-nay more,,
who hold it in utter detestation. Thie friends
of Monarchies. Oligarehi,,s and Despotisms,
would fain have it blotted from existence.-
They would gladly extinguish any sentim-.t
that would in the least weaken or sever tilhe
chains of their debased subjects; hush every
Whisper that might possibly agitate an inmpure
and sluggish atmosphere, and deprecate any
excitement that would-endanger the perp-tuity
and stability of their tyranny. Yes, the Des-
pot, and tIhe pampered minions that gather at
his feet, would- have his subjects ever slumnbe,-
alike unconscious of their natural and political
rights. To suffer them to be aroused, and
look up to. a higher and more glorious destiny,
would be ,invoking. a storma, that might shake
the foundations of his throne, strike down his
iron scepter, and hurl him and his ignoble dia-
dem to the dust. The perpetuity o.f his pow-
er depends upon their unbrokZen apathy, and
gross ignorance. Liberty must not utter her
voice. but sit in silence and in sadness, lest the
spell be broken, and the people free.
But in a country like ours, where liberty
dwells, and every where rears up her temples,
andhdiffuses her spirit~there arcfew we presume,
who will question its truth. We would be the
last to encourage unnecessary political excite-
ments-we would be the first to deprecate and
oppose useless ferments. But we had rather
hear the hoarse growl of the thunder, the roar
of the tornado and feel the tread of the earth-

orrupt, they, would have the people believe
iat none are pur.---beeausc the'; rareunpr'n-
ipled, they would onn-ad that there is inso
mrincipie. In bref b;'cu;se they narsaisal"
!1 their i .' } le. s- thrani in favor, not
f Privciple and k1-e Peo',-e.' butm-fr the attain-
iant of the sminles of .oi.c-"'s, an.1 the spois of
* they would ilcuicate the notion that
hose who pursue a dainetrx'clly opposite
course, 're stimulated by t(ha .aie i r .\ i g
,si.re-. -' Thisa mo'e iior reasoning, ma.y be c'ur-
ent in thie long cared schoe?, but it wilA hard-
ly ieet w'th favor elsewhere.
In the Editor of the St. Josefh's Times, we
'nay robibly finO a case in point. A stranger
i-ns'if to thos- lofty smtimients, which i!i the
osn;m and govern the actions of the tru" p'a-
riot, lie vailny imagines that all ethers are gov-
rned by thle saie motives as himself-that
lay, Ike him, are ev-r the'r schemes
nd spreariding their nets for thec sole purpose
f obtai-'iig thie "loaves and fishes." In proof
f this, it s onily necessary to refer the public
o his last piper, iin which he ascrib)es to us
nd olr friend, tenets and obiets wich h.'.v
o existence, save in his own i'r,:ifat miindk
te charges us 2witl be'i.-; opposed to the in-
rovempent anid solid prose'htv of tChe -c -ntry
-to its insttituoions-to these in ofi'e, without
efersnee to'their patriot sm cand qualifications:
nd that because tme Union Ba;ak cam-iot be
nade subservient to our views, thie edet ihas
one forth- Delenda est C. -. ,"-th,'B-ank
inust be destroyed. A string of )ore nnfound*
Ad irc'er',,l cenuld scarcely -'v,, ben p'miined.
. ... .- '~T -.:P__reo n mr l bat -0i, W'ateh-
an ,s not ,,- i-r. "_.'
ian or -"'t of iena-tLhat It wias no50 iit.'isct(.7 to
elkc-:t-o tiny party of the General or Territc-
al Government, bnt that perfectly inshackel-
'd, it -.ouall pursue such course, and advocate
such measures and principles as might comn-
port with the views of its Editor, and tend to
he public good. For the sentiments of hbun
oorrnspondents he is not answerable, but as the
conductor ofa free press, it was his duty-to open
is "olaumnis for the discussion of any and ev-
cry subject involving the general interests of
thlie country and the good of society. Ie has
sometimes admitted articles wxish he highly
isapprobhated, andcondeinried. Bt-u, he chal-
enges the Editor of the St. Joseph's Times or
ny one else, to bring to light, a single measure
that lie has espoused-a solitary line that has
appeared under the Etitorial head, that will
nstify either of these charges. Yea more, we
doubt, (though our columns ha've been open
,or conmmunicat'ons from iall parties,) whether
any of our correspondeants are liable to these char-
ges. It is becoming quite fashionable now-a-
days to deal! in broad assertions-to substitute
reckless denuneiations for sound arguments;
r at v-es challenge- thse prooi--give us, sir, some
other evi'detncc thiien your own assertion, and
we may acknowledge our error. Until then,
however, we shall maintain, that if we have
not been foremost in lending our support to all
those institutions, and measures, that had for
their aim thlie good of thie country, we have by -
no means been the last. When the State meas-
uire was brought up for the consideration of
the people, the Watchman was the first to ad-
vocate it: have our domestic Institutions been
assailed, we have ever boldly repelled the as-
sault; and I1he Editor Inas only to turn to our
paper of the 3d of February (by-the-bye, sup-
pose lie publishes that article in proof of his
ehargecs) to discover that we advocate a well
digested scheme ot Internal Improvements, and
base our hopes of the prosperity and glory of
the new State, upon a well regulated system of
education. No when the fame, the prosperity,
the ha-ppiness of our fellow-citizens have been
at stake, we never have and never shall falter.
Pursue what course we may, we expect to hear:.
the angry mutterings of party ni-iomns, aid the
bravado s of corrupt men; but neither shall
drive us from our duty. rThe people have thus
far, and we believe will continue to sustain us.
in defending their rights. Our course is before
them, and the false aspersions of our enemies,
will not drive them from our standard,
Bat the sapient (' Times," charges us with
sending forth an edict for thie destruction o,
the Union Bank. Can hlie support this asser-
tionby proof!. Let him turn to our paper and
show upon what his conclusions are based.
If-we have ever uttered an opinion through the'
Watchman, it was in its favor, and even our
correspondents have only censured the acts of,
the Directory ; they have only eamled in ques-
tion the wisdom of its managernest., and on this
subject, also, we have published arguments,
without respect to person% on b.th sides. W'e
have ever wished that Institution success.' In
common with some of its directors, amnd many
of our intelligent citizens, we have disapproved
of some of its acts; but unwilling to throw tha
least obstacle in the way of its, ultimate useful-
ness, we have as far as possible, abstained from
unnecessary censure ourselves, and have also,
at the hazard of their ill-will, uppr."ssed the

: 1aduetions 0' our cor r .poridiltl, n? our comn-
munication box .can plainly show. And yet
the Union Bank must be sacrified at the shrine
of our opposition In the name cf common
sense, we would enqu re, to whom does the
' Union Bank belong? Does it belong exclusive-
ly to the people of St. Joseph's, and is the
"Times" its only constituted guardian? Has
not every citizen of Florida, an interest in its
welfare ? and is not the Territory pledged for
its liabilities? Why then should not the acts
of its administration be discussed! We have
the highest respect for the i"n i,':., and
worth of most of the gentlemen- who compose
the-Directory, but we have yet to learn that
they are infallible: we have yet to learn tlihat
they may not err; and we have also to learn
that the press is to Le silent, when they do err.
We would uot be understood as opposing our
judgment to theirs, but an enlightened commu-
nity, have a right to sit in judgment upon their
measures, and the hunmblest chizen Io express
his opinion. No; we would be the iast to op-
pose any institution that would subserve the
public good.
Again, he charges us with setting Jdovi the
Judges of the Superior Court, as victh;f of
proscription. Oh horrible Ctirthamrn mta.t no-t
only b' destroye(--'ha Covern':or II,'!I. 'n t0x
(dust, but even the present Judi,'s of tiin S:.;pe-
Vicr Court. must Oe brought low. ..;3 ,i ,':
dictl "Ye t)t h" iv,. re'.irs to ;'.O.t, p-r'-p !re'
sto shej themn" iein. An'.tthe patriotic Vlarshial
of the Vestcrn Distr:ct, (Yr. CGauti r,) what
will be done with him. Al is, for i.; : nor
loaf, nor fish will 'nicet his io."gin.g eye. But
never mind, neighbor of the Times," we- arc
told that St. Joseph'"s market is'well supplied
with gophers, (if we spell the:r nalnes wrong
we beg their pardon,) which arc doubtless bet-
ter than nothing.
But lot us try to be a little serious underr lthe
load of these grave charges. We happen to
have an acquaintance with all the Judges of the
Superior Court, except one, and entertain for
them, no other feelings than those' of respect
and friendship. Of their legal attainments, we

We have always relied on having our Wants
tended to, on proper representation being ma
to those who ;ire in coi and, a;iiAd '. e- shm
not be Cdisappointed, if 0"n. "usttis L;c'vs
his advance movements \w'ith ,freeital supp(
hereafter. At any rate;I'. i..:' le our 'co
fidlenc, aind well twihes,11 until tiey are h',tra
ei or disappointed. 'hliere hIas been error an
mlismanagement somewhere, but it is inot t
late to correct it.

WVe extract the following article from the la
FloridiMn. The conduct of Mir. Dyer is worth
of much praise and we persume if the enemy
was always met thus warmly, he would ass
less Irequcntly.
"Since wv riling the above, wec received
letter Irum T. P'. Chaires, Esq., enceoshi
an account of an Indian attack on the ho.i
of Mr. Dyer, residing on the road fro
Magnolia to \- ..,t ,i.. The attack w
niIde I iitic aite.r dark on Vednesday cv
ning, by a considerable party of Iudiau
A negro si!tiii 5n the door was Iled upo
one ball cutting t'e hair off his hiead "a
anotither saying his eye brows-eight bai
st'icki ti;c togs. of ithe hiousc.on either si
if t0e ioo"'. TIt. door was shut and i
u' -v t I J. 1an-1 ; d ,D cSr Id his ie;,?'
', 1 i C a (
!ir "ric'A itS # ce ,:)ot 'ndn']n' i
;li-" i" ic r'.Shii o1 inhO Idian's gaimTS. Mhf
aLtii-ittiioii O rC,{'iF expewJed, they retire
Wniit tlh iataLnily to .e Ohammnock, and after
sflcurln" the' l! .'t j .5 L -a leafc position, r
turned wovlith tie last load i- their guns, b
tie lt diw,.:;i did rot again v'*1ure to a
roaCh the liho;use. 'iThre being W' fforc
it the acighborhoed, the Iiildanis were rf
pursued. M!. J. H. Byrd, from whom thi
;i.tt'. it is ct)ituithidcated, remarks, "if the
(!.!>-' in. ... are .kind enough to pay ius
's'a to nigl, we-will give-a good aecour
of tihcm. Mr. Dyer's house is distant ab-'
8 miles from Magnolia, and 7 from T. ]

doe O We are authorized-to announce Dr. Leeches! Leeches! Leecle!'B R O.OViSIO"S C. UO' tC 1." .. .. t,g
dl SAM.UEL C. ELLAMY, as a candidate to rep- 'UST Received, on C ; .. about 1090 0 Tf,.l e up present the County of Jackson, i the Coe- 'sc,..il vit sorn, inoe, tI- A .,shoulders and midlings, "-' 3..'.. v J lA-'l
u tion, to Ibrm a Ste Constitution. fle.nntionrs &e.-will do welt to supply themselves 5 Bbls. Reetied Whiiske1 o /.'..IV'I-vs' -e.
ert fi. ,1 with the above. Thiey may be hiad of lthds.-Superiine N. 0. Sugar,;. 1 ,r_ ,,it
"n- F. GERARDI. 130 Bbb-. Norlhorn shad, ^ ^^ ._s.-.^_^.f__.3
n April 28.-2-9. 15I T)o. N,. Q enackerel (superior,) '
I -1 M Al.. 01 Do. Pickled lerring, -I
id .7 EMOVED from No. ,4 Berrv's Row. to the No Wn. t To.. 50 Kc'-s No. I LiTrd, t.
so e Store formerly occupied blyv G. I. & T. 1'. "E. FUST RECEIVED by Brig St. Mak.s, an as- to10 bls. st Nw- Ark Cider, Auctioneer ainl COiiM issiOli
Lindenberger, corner of Munroe & .Jefirson Sts. S sortmiont of aie E-CotIhS of the bese qid- 1' Boxes C':,'l Th'escres, assorted, .
CENTER & KEEN. ity, from the lates) Importations. S1n1um1er 1ooiios, 12)000 Feet ji'ito Pine Lumber, M HA N
ast Irnmiiy Grocerie, Provisions A rape, 'Bravwn ald White Drill. BiiT C.si-er, Just received and ldr :'alcow, in lots to suit pur- Sale Days.---londays & Saturdays.
\Vhi* ir i i viio (ln. ii.P.I, II3 &~~ u o ~ LUI)Il-\NGTON*. chas-'rs, by .
W e tm v e j u s t r e c e i v e d f o m B a l t i m i o r e a f 'e s h a n Al( ,8 ,-I t -tfdo ..P T JDGR I M & A Gil' l .-ci ia s, 'r s b y
ehieosuipplyof roceries, aileLiqtr.April2r.-2t pri nKIVOOD &McNAUGIIT. SALE 01 Co T
ny lt-'oVisioub &C. Consisting of tile followiilg O'S.'ICS.. S- ]. -Iark., April 2!,-23-t3. III the Town of PoIt reon.
ail articles:- r-iI Subsriber has returned to Florida, w;ih 'Pat t e nt emizcal N Thursday the lhird day of May next, will be
tiqioe. e int mention of permanently I; 'if ; otflred for sale, at PubHo Auction, on the prom.
S Cognie uc Bra.ndly, l Holand Gin, ant wisles to pursi.0 his hoi .cess, ..i', -, i(:, y- LASTi PO DVJER1iS. isos, i part ofthe Lo.Bin th;>i. e Town.-
Co",, miu & do'Ic- i oI POWDERS are an .. & aleb.ig' Hie wouti'eIr Powns r an a blhnirm suibl ;ititutl Tihis p1e ace !islocated at tite.l(i-mination ofthe Tal-
1:t OldPeach do. Old R. to got l usiics"s il ti" 1' houitry.. Albu-:ill"ss Centrust- ed n .'-, in ,nakim>g all hinds of Batter ,dmassee Rail Road, on the BIy of St. Marks, it is
S Oid P aeh cd. Old ,i Wls eoy, ed to his ear. will he executed i a Ilain,i neat,%' ,aks, and have tie ahanltIe over that article in fivon'bty located oi the highest ground or the lBayt
I Old Jamaica Spirits, Rectiied do, and workmanl;ke imnnor. ma i ,,' B tAr perultly iirlt and ready fr B and is ieved to be healthy. As a plice of cop' t.
Vlels, W ,M. C. V. CLARK&EjTo. king the innt te ar mixed. what *wd ,meroc, it. poseescs the advantage of being at the ter.
S Old .Iadoira, Muscat, April--24-tf other (ot e.s, v,-h. '; i',.id, with tiose Powders atre miiatian of" .hie 2ait lSlioitl ov'r" whiichis trans-
c- S:ci!y CIdo. Sweet Malaga, )Si4 ECa'.ij less likely to disagreeo- with tlo stomach than those ported thile principal part of the produce raised: and
l y, C 1-w. .madte with Yeast ;k and us it requires but a few ain- "ilerehandiza consumed iu Middle Florida, and'.
in. Sherry, ( ,'.... OF THE utes to prapart, for Ii.Baking, the possibility of ever eral of the lower counties in Gaorgih; which ..
id, 'l'onerit, Cart. F e.ILIDA' MAGAZINT E.s havig thmn soV. is entirely evoid. Fori sile by. make.it a place of much trade and business, Tit"
rte Port, -WAD. Iiv' or,& EW S R~at Io02d Comnpam.y int.oou -.. : ,,,, l "ienis'tves to
I N\ADE,,L, RANDOLPiH & LEWISi. "" il 'o- 'Compi "intnd;
i,3s ,rardials, tD Y T;il il.V. ]). BiBOW'. Ap'i]2!--3.tf .2- 1T the carrying business, and ,ll ...' .. either good-i
e P.f A", make no poises of et tings to b i or produce at this place. It will he important tu
i,-rmrcantmm',p1; make eo' ar'ioenis of c't tmgs to bt"oir. toru thebn-
A Auiz tto, Cciamainon. c on by our Mgazi 'as iF a new era aof -N-['0 T the encur, 'ahestr'-,s--1,.t-aall mss o ext al *'- to tth -
dic oicam i i ,m a nimiht riness of Inext F It
iiriisi d Arl'rve iliminatlou were suddenly to burst upon thime astot- .fooise Coloured ..l'". 'i-.... r cau T I.Fifin pr cent of t- porcha
t Pr rv d on s'e hs o' -pc.. y tht the influen- have o appii..ton to my ovrseer Mr. Scott. TE S.-ifl per cent of t purchase
ir- .'g" PreservedU O.,.,-...e, cos which hy.-.i};. : 1,1u this iovei~ntis of the world's J A.MES GAlDS-DE-N..^"-"y 0U adi ieydy rn ae o hc
r- o-. Pre'"rvod tn nfwhAt 1'0 p GADSDKT. money, to be paid in ninety days fRom v sale, for which
R1 t.i.-is, Do. Li.A s,- e nterprisecsii i.!i'io:l, Mrorals, 'hiiooophy, Poiis, W acassa. April 21iq.- :- rote, with endorser, wiltbe .rea-quiicd. T'he residua
df. Prunes, IDo. Piiu 'Appli, ILiteraturo'. Science, Co'umoerce, Arts and Atriul- payable, one third on the first day of February neli,
1ried Apples, )Do. Citron, i.turc, wil be very g' iy and inlindiaoly-v STO 1- ,,'. onethliird in six mimonths, and the remaining third, ii
el Citron, I)o. Gionger. fior g-ool or ill, y ou0r i"um!''." P-'i'oii i'. Wh-n m 1 I',!M the Piautation of the subscriber,_ residinrg twelve months from; the first of IFebr'amly next: al
Citri on o ,ovavae t.. va o expeCted g;-sa .... r M-,aoiclk ,pne nile levonu Col. lWhite's ats, p wyabu at the Uuiman E.nk, with intarost frot
e- IJtS5', ', .oo !.bo: it tei fh im'!irov'e-no'; onr th e iRi .. : .. o toilonau'mns StorR., ta B-a ths day ofa s.:1e.
t'Almonds Egulishi \\ walnuts, i utif'how we cn dot ,i'e.ad thatoun UA twI ,r Saorm^, abut n'in year; od, L1i h ihids and three af dysp.Isoftho Town w Oill be d .
ci li nl E'tcm X In -n '0 .-vri~ hm: ~ ..-, e r ,a Los.' a% ... t,...ac ,F to' Town w.'il ae hdrs'wi;
p- iilberts, Palm i Nuts, s i, w iia.' be sati.i-fiod, providing WAhilt ilt'ta shall b inc'hlies high. .lu i-At above It-e 1hoof is a little white and left for inspection at the oSie' ofl'A. Crana, it
cc iiai tbund o1 .the sid' of good. hair o0 o'ie ol the iind lAg', including a part of thi St. Marks; at tie AuMlioi Store ofR 1bt. .. Iti03lev,
tt Oyto' G1e'ltokiu J'til tm i le sm of mEa!. "' can "gC l e b att a i lt Qo4, lhas a long tail, p iac ts and trots well IiUder' tihe ill Tal!.iassee ; at-thioe Stora ofJ. J. Vickers, a Co' '.,
Cabbg- e towards vi-udiatiug ,GoJ's ways tomanr; and shom, salh!e, ca'riesa ; high! head, in i Thomnasville, Goe.; at the Sw.ro ost J. R. Iowlms,
1" ,- t, t* C {' bbagec- if n ueiay h, a feeble outlinie or lt gt.;aut systeni i T.c I su ne'i.r will give aiia'er reward fr lOis rhiosti eelmo, and at thie Store of 'ormian and Mass,
'y 'bialii, 1C'.iap'rs &' 1im s, whie(h sorrow and suffii'ering i nmore to be dcsirad deiirery to hiim, or for any io triaoon so that he in (,elin'cy. '
a "TomteC ', 'lan the joys uthe prospIr's in tie '; of- 5nay obtain hi y orMder of tIe Prmcsidat and Directorsofth" T-
nr P rowm's Ioi.ey :hwe, S 'iil Pmg', .. .i proflg.icy-oar iowly vieva, ; i ,.ac-. ZAC1IARIAH BAILEY. lahiasso Rai! Road Companmy.
t Met.ow H: y D Fir l Cit, eI wig *2' A ,1, 183:-1-13-t-. T. H.'BETTON, Secretary.
,t1L. :d D oi g. 'i Iet im OR.dSi, we nay -e enable:l to prove tle s'cy-m "pr ta- --, ~ April 7 .t.
p. Cavendish,. Di cnted. pracial- ound. ". ..ibi the conditiol-A. of .man, no; t AKS S.-I beaib l ormir fAn m 1.
as ai in d pe ii'al nt inirtuivi .l, biu' as a (iip'enda,!i,..oi- "l ir o, Cg -j 'i,
Miaccibau, I,,t,., ie isor of his creato, to whom he is every nIommot P IBARIIYDT. ,' ,'p hetoore r.- .. I
Anericai Gmt mCr posibl an oni t.b.tsire, the b oneeo-inc', thA Apili 1-1, 83"g.---2!-tf> I I I' ,,. & Lliwes is this (L'Ly dissolv-
American .3Gtoni~iman, S(.oto i. efpnibe udll;. e y m talc sn. ,h tyr., ,.ur.. ,,
'.boar a :.i ace fi Ms ellow man-we ask no1 mo.- -- -. ... i..... ~. ~,. 7 ~ cd by mutual consemt. All those indebted to tCo
S llp. S rtua, Cigars.w o '. f ;. l -fish swvtet- ot' Pt'le, B,'intham, amd :,. '.. ", ... s:ii fLm, ilier by nte or Book account, are request.
1V '-Aso-. w hoole s 'hou-'ane':"vt-tloss di' i;;'--'i',rlsc ,nms, ed to mnakO iNrnOdiiatIt paymnsit to S. F. .HAWss, who
e A FRESh SU.PPIY OF-' -.ifsvm if "calod'-w ehiave nothing to P. B -101YDT. is fally autfimorizd to receive all debts due th firm,
.. .."'if..a'.toni m' ':.t 1-'- '.e \srit I '.--- and fliv .
M.icker'!, Nos. 1, 2, 3. S hadI; D)ried aud' Pick do. lo t such as can be" -'cat C'l110 uolcrterrLOs "- ,- .. ~ i r -_tb otn
'- led Codfish;A Smoked Herring; Smoked BdS e f; Do. by all mrans aio'p, thei sy e s r d for ....:. ". :- : ,. ... he ,-' will be continued by
,V I Toli-si Bologna Saus-es; Water, Buitter, admie i siuch lun rti nato porsom-s. i "",: ANAW .Y rnN *l5m tbu e St- bsc'riber on t'' e I 8' h SA JuL ti. Ha-\ s.
gl a .r Crackers; Pino-Appi e ain d Gosh en Cti e'sa,; Ifin imo Pioioiv, sw-.p bs porliiTe-n iito co'nvin-,A .. A i i, twoL N dsgro-'i, I 'e.,, a.ts u a .i.a-a- D. MecRAENY.
ii'nm ore 1 m's, Su's amid .. .' i. 1. Rioe ; Leld few,. eise 'u aIonvincAd, that th pupil eof Gamaliaol ', ia a ychiow" gir, aged abd.at 23 yeu's ; S. F. HA VES.
moro. Hams,.Sssa, anriRi9t;,--r.
t't olour; Moiasses; Vormacmilli; Assorted Cltsups ; was a wiser mal tlianthe papil of PieAo, s...hlnl Nnc'y iny, 'A a ba "ii n -0 1 aim eoat 15 years. 'hm '' Laiasse, April 9tT,-22f. -
a ( '' ci', q Cider; Vinegar; Allspice; Popper; have dot" 06 hl ,- very imich to our satisfictio:i. above r-ward wi ; ,b,',h"a ifor the aprtehonion ,- -
'r, '-'Pci, i'yaco, Cloves, Nutmes' ac-lnd' Croand IfPOLmI'CS-by .vhieh tfirm we-hiave noadmo reiri iem anud-dlivery ofa tGhe abo-" -sW.Cy,??s :"ut0 anyJail,. in F :E l -' o
SGi)nger;' Caiister Mustand; Chocolate, Cofea, Tea, w'hatsoavor to the tr 'ils of p;rtiza for poAer aiii andjferson r i t L r. ''as r o li City of 1 llai acce-',
'- ..Y so'rniit J'anuiry to 31st, Samc,ei 38. B ,in"
- Loa4; Brovn, and w-hite H:avmna inmp Sug-irs ; npl:L'e, imd poculi try pl'rotit-if trMe PIics shill som Coumtv, naoU C.).. 'I ml r'.: sMerrea t e lpm forti yar 83.
;e L.mnon Syrup; Lansingburgh AVo; Sm'eet Oil; not sf015r, ior tihe coCanioPwaavt; taide danagEe, iby C U.N CRN'EY. s 'y prt, te year 1833.
-e Sp, i-rl Oil, Candles, Soap, Pow-der, Stot, Iead &c. or labors, as we trust, we may wel! be copient I Aprtil 21-3b. ", '.D. C M-
CENT'ER &, KEEN. give nao plIdg--S makeino pi' is, we utr io i s rc.je S.I. Cou-tney, City arsa
t' T ,lthassec April -2,-t244l. no mntangmlinmg al'iimmc V. iith oar' omiuient co0,n.- A 0' t- por.riegof "ti'eNowYork Review,.w hoed it to;o li' 3 Post Ofleo at Tallhi:,ssei, o ." .'.r.-' day For Taxu o ablic Simowv. &.. 15 0'.)
'' 'iBOC iIS. te tt," hevcr do-id 'a. '. s t righ,' of April, 1833, and nol before aldverotised. For Corporation 'Taxes, for 1837 81 0
t7Ac.dut 11,lowuvor0 doal~tedlod g. .s thec rief 8,10J
h,-l{llIl "',:hs'c....cr. .'C.i0 t~m'h '2-
al--rH E Subscribors hav jns hreceivcd by the V 's- however dipI att. .- -,y;-'- ,W-, ,en ... t W.J Vi'.: C 5. MA rch 21 .
s h a v e tju s t .. . c "b y heF o r T ax o i l P u b l i c S h o w v s ; & .2 0 o il
?{ sels recoutly arrived from N ew Y ork, .and N 4 ..... .. .. o ",
SOdtuns, a General Assortment of apon th great q(-aestion wilh which thn a pubi w.- I A e i, ?.." orporaiTx, or 1837, 9 75
o 'J' fa.. Ire i no ce edm;.c-. .. c'id i? i lthe co lrse- ofhwmn l fi e !. '. It',.'. lm ,Simimon "mr'-.>'i"r, for Liceise }
eGvOCmt-.. ,, -vent," it s mall so bfyi Ati l -o r i;.l ho p may A.vere rs. L. ,litchel. I. ''. to Retail MW nL mus Ltq ors, tlil April I, 7
s, Among ui l I. are- seem rqmired, it shall not 1) wi.bhhii. I. lthis do'- Aniso:). J; Moore, W. Froan Davi's .- Ki-mons, do. do. 5 0d
lb. BaconS, Sides, Tinam, & I, ai. partmint wa1 are sure ofWN- assioce, fPIo.m uen ot r AlcyM, 1. 1 L.-il ,.', J. Balli-ano duo T'Ira-,-tr for admces to tii3
t, "',' 'i do. Canvassed ilanis, experienie'-as we!l s of iiWa' t ail.m t ; who, though shl-, L. ichelion'-D "h ."It ,43o 3:
-- 150 .bla s. Superfine Flour, re'irrd ti'm the Ll 01' ;, stri fe .... aid n -e' t, in
*s 50 do, i'r'une Pork, i. ,ellw over he hrn. -'... foremostto lend a Itro g Atkin on, M .ason, 1. ,,. .
10 do. Mess, do. handito sn. te rGpor .ai'. .i Anderson, G. l-doy, J. CroJ.
,3 *1 d Nc -.d l **'Tm;In the cimuse of JitrL"ir--e and Scimnce, a" s1all Allen. MXliss E1. E. Moort, 'W. T. -0.- Jan. 1 1833
10 do. "Necks tand 3, -I d h dt wha-wi can wit t!, beast ais w- ybeableto A-h-rto' B ".yers, .y Bdance due Treasmtrer as pr hi Re-
3- 0 do. Pickled, Codfisha, preo>nr:.szisIeupralMh~tma3 U S71241
1 50 cio. iackrl Codfsh, '3 Ii S, Pl"1-32 r Atbit.soa, J. l;,, ,,er... port, an-I settlmn it made 3otlh Dai. 18a7. ^254 31!
50 do. Mackerel, Nos. 1;2,3,. C, rys .oNatur Siene o we .o., ,ao".S, .[5o March 1 1838..o,,r
0 2'5 1-2 do. do. 1, '2, .' ipe to add mor tha ati uebh .moiii'g Bl:roc!enbmrgit, WV. .By Cash pit Kowlos & tc n
1- .10 do,: -....' ". .... -. .-. ''e ^-'s o" oi' i Atumt io r se, A. i'oore, 1 T. tii "
- o: 5 d .L ,..j -.- 'o nta'yponinsu!.tl ..I ; I' nIu mm m u3nsin, J. S. 2 MAlCollum, M.:ss N. March 29.
d 50 do. N.0. 0i.a.,e Ooamn, alid a miming- forth i's1o"' minci-2rot'fi'J' AicCaulcy, NV.BDm his
10 to. Old'Mnonongahela do. ter fiom its alit extreme oean boandry;--a re ow p McCauey, yCashpaidD.'C.ilson, aontohs
50 do. N.O. Rum. on .,' a.,. ,.. .. .....'iBerrv G l. Nicholson, A Acto- n-, o. 3.,( 59
S 5 do. Old Jamaica do. ng i. ... ,m,., from ." .i .-rTM,; .. a,,.o,- ,,. r.._ _.. ,:_-
S 2' Qr..Casks r,,.:,c Braindy, Wit of every othermn pormifu of our bro10d empire'. Br-own, .J. B. 2 Nora.t, J. A. L .. to p.C .... .... j
S 5 do. Old H,11.l .id ,, I -bortoeArts aiudA,-.; .,,, ci-noe and Ehnter- Baes o Osb(' '. .' P i .inr L ia La' ms-
G 25-Bbhs. Common do. pise ha e1oavae dome little !- I,, t'w h i c toaciallLW.R I "i i L,,, p.,il, p., o.. .. 3
5 1- Como M- do. ineoar:shelv 's: but-shoad our eil brlTson' d coIeorigcrimnt i Brewster, L. \i I. O'Neal, MissL., y. y C.tsl i pid Davii' L.L Evans, a'i ntl ait '
5 (, r. C a~sk s N ide ira W in e, so m-c' h p to do so'm etiitmg lb t't os-' iI~ lloa 'r:mmt tao t~c [ i- [ o 'd, ii. ()ite us, nl' i B
Y 5 do. do. Maskaa Wine, h "opeto doso...n.g ft thso ipout o c- ,Boyd, L. Oiles, .: B. or ins acL. as City Marshal!. No. 5. 3 339 04
5 do. do. niaaine, s of i, ,':' sources of 0i -alth a i 1 coiBrt.- r'a-, OMkford, C.
2 do. do. Tenriffe do. 1"om Co'iM Eftr:'e, wiv'roaly pmm:iuooto do more han l'id'mm, C. ,.. i, s. V. T 67XB 0N
10 Bils. Loaf Sugar, is usiu'ay epented tro:n .JomrnIs of this c.i.ra i THOMAS BROWN
b10 Lump o. c by dvealopingLh numerless esosaucsfo theI Som'}t,. 'a,-Do'1.A. PoWrHl, B. ". .iirmero of ithe Cityof T'al maca,..
,1.5 Hhds. Prime N. 0. Sugar, and Floridain partiicilin. Canadv, D1). Pooen, C. Aprii 2l, I8lj.-23-. ...
100 Kegs Lard, Ia thtie ciuse of Education, bollth ou-r diny and oair Croskbv, J. Parter', L-. ide" aft, ....ate,.I sha.ll .
S 110 Doz. London Portor, mtcilintatio-.; willjusiouro oar untiringl c'emrions to do "Chtr|,.'". .r. P -r_ .' ioas I- a Illy to tieas.Jg of d haa C-
a 25 Boxes Champmgne Cider all in oar power to promtoy.sofe it. s of Modison Count a v
ClBl.Btle r~rs s1,(ark, IV. L. A Ros. D! 1. Cuit O ce t Adannis.tratiolon tile pEtat o
25 IBbls. Butter Crackers, 'i'ERI!s.--'The' m.g.z Cino wrill' 's pab!imhcd S-i lita,, .t V "Ligmt T. 'Pu n *a .c SH. .Ctony deies .
S 10 do. Water do. Quartlerly, ou good paper, 95 pa ,.'s octaavo, at the happesil, Mrs. I. *Regaan, R > -gT i ullscal, lms of Said Conty deceas.
do. Dried Apples, -rier ,ic, by iim &.L.& RICrlu''soN'. Pri-o -- Crlto, L. Sisis, J. A. April 1,-.. DAV.D CALLI.AA.
"c2i) Boxes Cheese, pier annmnm iuy'yable om delivery f mhe rt nube- im,.'.I('ood'v ,,' ii t' A. l,3."
-r21) Boxes Chmeese, JLQ .AS o. 2\1n'.0ad5d'.iit ,,'Ive i,' ('Ge .I h J. -.
5 do. Pin eA pple do.w .l f .cio erm o. .no s pr i' ... ...- C a m n xc ,m c T L11,. .- .
10'i ~l etw'u condoer ",f avcr bymP ^' ..... ~eabc.v s t : ,pn>.>., Ge:;. J. G, y'mpso.,. F. .f.^ ..-'a yi~ir .*7 =-Yer1c.
10 Kegs Picid Pigs 'ct, -,' .- F'b. 15, N183 Davis, Cille, Satvag, i it. ; 1 E Brig tia will ailaI.ou
20 Bows Bunchm Rasins,- .... [ .l. Se, .-. in "2 the' 1st uf May for N"w Yirk--
25 half do. do. do. We amre 'pcuestod to amuumtce D)r. Tueo Dep ;sf '. W. S .ar.... '" y,otr & yrk-
p" ',te :11'4". ,. k- :a.'.,For passage onm v, apply o Kcr &co ,5.bk.
20t Boxes Sperm Candles, B. 'WsV x. as a Candidate fbr the Conventioan.D r Ni. .se- s Ori t '.
10 do. Starch, March 10. g Ity.P. Si! J. E. April 1-, ;s83mS-2-!,3.
20 do. Yellow Soap, .. -. Dosev .. l.- Soit '.
20 do. Shaving do. D' ,, .t.. ,t-- .i .. .d .. ........ C ... ,I c 's .j D'. .i -7 ln it. i' -"cl l and-ic, for silo !y
5 do. Chocolate,, rIu Y i AS lAsl-.NG'1'o1, as Can1id3t' fir the ily, Dr. it. 'Trea tia rao B.Ar. P. 1LA RHYD'T'
1 -do. Inperialo dca, Convention. Ia-rch 31, 1838. ouuan.. W'. -T'if er c'' .
1i0 do. Young yson mprdo.jlea i n-- W ". goi-Wa.,Tidi
25Kegs Duponl's Powder, 0E-.-- We are arthlim'iZ.t to oan'oume-e Col. ilie'. P. I. 'Iiurnr, diehard B 1 -oarn;...rs ,tfr- e
50 1) ags Drop Shot, RoB'r.Br rIt"... as a Casi liate for the C-o'hvelte T'". hem'the io-kve-t. -eFs ec; L. im So h-7 cr ,t Brs, ) sienrtoite 'trs exosfing 12 t'vTOt .
'..Basr Lead, tits, fm'oru ^Loou y (homuzt,- 'arcni 17. i !}., L.-.1 C c urm't sc^r thi y e' Iy' maui I edhvemi.
5 o cia. S c o tc h S n u ff -, I F o r y t ,'i U lc to o in 'l' e i : s s w l a f t m i c n t i it t m J
75 Betttcs do. O--i We arm authorized to anonouce Gm .t'yni, T. .ickrE u, The b5.si11-swi-l cii :,tur i be eaft ti D P.
20 Bacea t8 c V 1 s. Sm-Atcr, as a candidatee ltor the Convcu. G'raham, B. t ..I K. S; tii;im" D. P. BIARitYDT.
20 doe 10 x 12 da. tii), fi'oin Leon Couty. March 17. (-tist, A. Withers. I. T.'. .GARRFT/'.
20 do. 10ckl12rdo. Gi ,-J. D. or W. Yastters, .V 'FTlah'steo, April 1p3, 1835.-23.tf.
10 do. Pickles .Cant. J. N'. IPt'sc srnDe.E, Will sen-c, if'omtee., llolnies, Capt. II. A. Wt ,, I,,,: ,. '~ ~ ~~ t x c
The abodve articles have been- selected with great ed, to' rep:esot JfliIrsonI county' i'n t-. Con. ('-ot I'to- '. A. it Y,O''
c-.re in the N ew Y ork and N ew O rleans m a rket, re(r t C. ot o W rig' ht, 'T. .- ,l It 'i it L .ri .
aind will be sold as tow for Cash as. tile'market will venaion, to fi'.,IO a bta~t -mn s-tm a "1'1'i!' all who m'y -,;1
afford. R-e renrn ot r thanks to our customers, for 10.rch 0. 1 .' X li-ir-a I h',i a,i < i" thi S1 t. i q.: f 0 i nt i 'hi, t tm' oisida
dhiir form r patronage, and hope that with the re-ihi m VaIc., : 1- cia, at tht oold s'nd o
cen' :-ti;l ions which we have mada to omm fornaer G-' We aie.n'te authorized to announce G Hills. S. ,1i. Vi"scoin., Ism'tmel, the Co..';..a- oL 'm "1'0 ci.s-t m r' and liXiaro-o strul.f
stocl, we shall be able t cnssrc a esamostirliance of SAI',IUEL PARKIIILL, as a Candidate tor thie Hamilton, J. W'mllic, Jotalau. Tl Tas's, Aii 21--9 P. ARfIYD'.
thenr patronago. KERR & KIRKSEY. Convention, froom Leo' Countty-. lthnte,', Mm's. C. V. W'hitield, G. -- ..t.
Tallahssee, April 28.-S-t3. .- 'lareis 17.l Jtm-s, Miss E. 'XX' i s"ow, 1. ,$ "'.-Kr-Kept constantly oa hand amid ibr
AC f Johnsont, .J. WiVl]er, Jonathan, a s:tlm, by
0rot ,,FCas'aid )C.se cteY." T-- We are authorized to- aunnoun.ce Gel. Lunipkia. W. W.Vhite, Rev. M. 1[. Apri I t_" 'TI.P. B' XAr'YDT.

Large Assortment of Ca ldies made to keep Jo N U VAL- as a Can cdate t-r (he Con- Livi -gson, '. ,hilhurst, ---- -" ""
,eta.3'rei3 .( "E XRYP i 'L~Li.-sirash aimd siecet for scle, lay
*-.A-' -.., ;.,.'t', Summer months, noon hand, iresh vltion. ,. 3. i.G. yARCy, P. '.; ? .F a j y
ifromi:- ci.'- ,..,l, warranted to stand, being made \Vo are autiorized to cmmmomaie T so.ats April 14-22-3t. April 1-2-3.. If. P. BA-HYDT.
in th cliiat'. .-Os, Esq. of Miaskv as a Caidate in. Ai 1.f,
Country mMerchants would do wvell to purchase be- for the conventiont. Match 1i. '.: '. a, "--I-- --, -- "' "
fore the hot weather sets in. ", o a 1 .L: **.--:] .'i ,. *f ard, iep cbtyntly for
Also ftr sale, thea fLillooiviug, just imported p articles, We. are authorized t.o a.onc..e teio '- b. P. ; 'U___f 'lf
j.I' slioom'; Ketchup, lion. Jmrn BIANci, as a Candidate for the '.'UCi bes., ie. sacii and done ho press mand on- April 1 I-23utf o '-"r

have never spoken, because we were not corn- From the '., Cunomm-rcial Advertiser.
potent Judges. So much for this charge. We Ifamous '.a 'i'";he Detroit Daim
.did learn tnmtt thlie friends of Mr. Downing, in Advcctiser contains a sumnmarvy ofl'hft r,
anticipation aofa vacancy occurring in this Dis- n e k commissioners Of i
*trict, ihad been busy it trying to get it filled- by aoto exhibiting te ondi t.or of the Fa
a St. Joseph's man. But we have given our-i e .. v ti c. cud t o t i
o nu r 1m's B ank ol Gem iess'lc Count y.
sielvas little trouble on the subjeciat, i]a es t. *
limnt weich must close t'ies" r'rn -rkcs. 'iVe hielie a eve'op:noeiu oh rascality is made
'Bunt we must clo~s-c tlhes- roinn~rks. NVc I x" r, -`be, Ban z,c
r ab;-oloie)u astoutd -ud. Ai o Bank 5cor
should not harve dwclt thus lIrgi(Iy on the fool- -Yg *- ,
rto ha ve been p,.i estabiis~heol as
ish charges of the TiiCs," 'bt for the c o hn- n t1- tabSC as
action, that, they have been made elsewhere, Icg7n0r swn1it sios te, o' a Iltrgl sal
'11 1 iecot ni~iai5L-Sltl;Sctte-eti nit') anmmc'
and nearer home. There '-i somn, of our op-. -.,.. t
pontents, .i'",o -will shrink from no iicsrepiosCn- a In- matoii ofthe 't;au-s of the ank
station, to injure our pres5. Who s( ize witth- 14th ult. iey, Ibunid no otilcer in char'
fiendish greed, iness upon the ierest shadows and n6 set of hooks ;,ad ever. been kcp
to destroy its reputation. Against the mmali- It appears that the iitst elecidan of direc
cious aspersions ofsilch, let lh; people beware. ors look piace oni the 30th December, 183
sh euv1.:`1. Jerot-e was c 'ecte
We shall ever spcal: o;f n-.pasur.:-s and iTmen, as wch day H. Jero was eecte
becomes the conductor of an iadcpenl.,na;jour- I'"resident, aid R. 14. IIarrisoh, cashier.-
na, not as the advocate of proscriptIon. If TIhe security of the bamnk, a bond of ;- .:,
-however, men in oTicee slmodsi prove tht'nscelvs 000, was filled atd' approved bythlie "treas
disqualified to discharge- their high trusts, and urer and clerk, and the bank commsence
the public good reql'ir's their remov:J, we shall operations. On the 4th of January las
-iot be the. last to advocate the measure, Robert J. S. Page was (dIected cashier.-
The coirnnLssioners found a file of notec
A rumnori has gome out in son-ie of the papers designated,' "stock notes," a file' of recci,'
that Gov. Call liihas been killed' by the Indians. to the several subscribers to stock, and wn
We arehappy to say it is untrue. endorsedd 1o"s to the amount of *l69,
5t0! Tw0o of these notes aniountinp-.c 1
i 0c- We would refer time lovers of eloqmenee lp.-vards Of .", 'w, were -' iveu by v i'
to an arf ;( .c aron o ur f .ir,-t >,.'-. ih -1 a- ''- d a '" .. ; ," '. -"
tilld, bra vc D yu f- ilos Davis, jYXva l'
By ani art'r'-l i'to-day's proper, it ll. e 'tl e yea e a I '
eor;aerat eI Wo- tner
-seen thm;.ft Gen.-Je sup has beenreca'led, "-d f. upwards of -., ,. ,, gmven by Ru-u
Cel. '. Taylor, promoted to the chief command Brow .. r.. we aisO madue payable fiv
in Florida. This tribute of respect, Col. T., years l aler date -
well mnerited, and we lihopie hlie will be more sue- The'i Lis foIund in tile bank, sisged b)3
cessful than his predecessors. Jerome as Prosident, and Page as cashier
amounted to ,155. No specie- or
At the late CIty Election, in Nbew-York, thi e1 1, bI s X '' csc'iion 'ere found
Whis succeeded in ehcting their Mayor, and s c 0
out"oCthe17.s only oh the bonds and mortgages
9 Alderinen, omut of the 17. +.
0 -le n givctn as securities, could be found. Thi
Injustice to all cone-"rned, anid to prevent a- whole amount of specie which appears a
ny further controversy on the subject, we are ayv time the bonaJtie property of the
permitted to say, thatthe-article which lately bank was oniy (!t .. Instead of tie i1
appeared in the, 'Watchman," signed "John per' cent slyciee paymen-t, tile stock sub
Slocum," was not intended to allude to any par- seriberls gave t' i'e Treasurr, their indi
tiecular person or pcrsons-thiat the rejoinder, vida tesfor the 0starllnntpayabe
over the same signature, in the "[Floridian," as 'spcie, Tbr wic the treasurer gvc spsec.
a P. S-.- to said article, was penned under the re eSts!f 1 hI comm-SOlslners mrtlier say
there is-no evidence that any inmstal/men~ns
impression that personal reflections were in- there is-ic evidence thate er sainsaeont
tended. We would further state, thmt o a the capital stock ;ere erpaid accrd-
tn,, to law.
conversation we have had with the author, we
A state~nntriof hconditiocn ol the bl'ank.
are authorized to say,-that 1 in tiheCorner" A j tata' fthi eonditio... cs the ban'i
% a t'.- J 7 !_\ isin),1, oi-
was written without knowipgwho was the an- lts in sp;cte, whi sect coe sse- J i
thorof said ',-P. S."and-wasz;;(crelvar-tortup_ M+'o t fP? a, ofh eph s i e wros t eI
o o s u', w-.o certificates o feposit, (otie froti tile
on an anonymous writer without any intended ".Runk of Oakand," f i- $ 0,000, and eQo
disrespect to the avowed author. flii- i m.. t'i', .. ,tcl B'nk,"for e i0i00t.
SVWe make this statemenict on oar own respon- No docoosit was madre in either case, ihe
sibility, and not at the request of either of our certificates having been loaned for the pur-
,correspondents. pose, andi returned the same day I
As there are no entries in any bank book
We understand that the Indians are still lur- designating the issues, it was impossible to
king about in small numbers, in different parts aserta-in te number. To ce te lb-
of te cunty tis sdeo th Suanuc., 7he ertiii 'tie nnibr. o nee the !iabil-
ofthe country this side of the Swannee., They ities of the bank, there are discounted atd
"hav& recently.been seen inMadison and Jell-r- endorsed notes anlountting to $10,965, in-
son counties, and five men who wereobut bun- dividual receipts for exchange purposes
iing, were murdered near New-vnansville on the for $1,170, and the notes of Jerome Davis,
19th inst. aid Brown, amounting to the sum of $15s;,-
We are happy to learn, that Gen. Eustis, is 653 30.
uisiug every exertion., with his limited means These are the institutions which the
to give protection to MiddleFlorida. Mpj. Dear- JackscT-Van Burcln-Bentonian Legislators
bon, has arrived at Charles' Ferry, on the Su-' of Michigan devised to give tihe comminunI-
wannee,and is charged with the immediate di- ty a "better currency." They are the pra-
rection of the Troops, west of that river, and tears about irredeermable bank issues.
with the protection of Middle Florida. He has = ramar^,e.,.,'^-
it present u -nder his command 3 ,p,.,, ,- ; tl'i'. I s .*.
UL-S. hifintry and Artillery, and 4 of -Florida AR RIvED.
Volunteers: a fifth having tendered its services April 21.-r':,,r.,i' ,, Bent'y 17days Lro'n
vill probably bereceived. If necessary, here- New York in ballast.
after Gen. Eustis will reinforce Maj. Dear- 20.-Brig Sutmerselt, Lewis, 7 days from;,
cnm, with one or two companies of U. S. Drag- Ne.w Orleais, with Mdize. to sundrirs.
)one ; at present their horses are unfit for'ser- 21.-BrJg Montilla Sears, from St. Joseph in
ice, bit the Geneial -has ordered a purchase .to ballast.
)e madein Georgia, and so soon as the Drag- 22.--Brig St. Marks Williams, 27 days from
ins-can be-remounted, they wilh be again pro- New York Via. Key West with Mdze. to sun-
tared for ae-tive, and we hope -fficien't summer dries.
erviee; and we trust they will not cease their 22. -Schr. Evelina, Baker 19 days from New
furlts, till. the nE my is ferreted out of tihe York in babist.
swamps of-the Fenahalloway, and Steimnhatch- 23.--U. S. Steamer Marion,.Rysdmick, from
Tampa, with 150 U.-S. Soldiers part of 6th
e. We are not much acquainted with military Regiment, under comsSand ofCat Hutton re
pperafions, but it has-appeared 'to us that men tme def..nce of the frontier.
ighlt op.:erate more suce.<,rI t against tarlurk-,onier
ihp'e ore -" ulh. against ahurk_ 23.-BrigEdward, TnomasJfrom Tampawith
ng Indiaia foe, in small. skulking and ,. 150-. S. Soldiers, part of 6th Regiment.
iirtites or'r foot, than mounted. -The wily-In- Sol80dierspartf of 6th Reg'iment.
rtis 9 footthan muned. The wily-In 24--Steamer Alabama, from Tmnpa with ne-
inn., ntov'g i small and detached parties, groes captured from the Indians, and Ordinance
ave every opportunity to elude a large ed for-e. Ti l-only way therefore to driive 26--Scehr. Amitazoni, Randall. 3 days from
hem'fromi their k nmss is by hunting them New Orleans with Mdze. to Sundries.
oNvn like otters. EAR ED.
W e "* "-- C ,EAt-+ED.
\ m are, howvvern,'gad that om!" frontier is April 23.-Schr. Chirmax, Cooms, for New
kely to be psermaientiy protected, and we eon- Orleans' i ballast.
ratuinte our ,it,,en., ii,,m, the eticientaid that 25.-Steamer Alabama for Apalachicola.
as been s0 opportunely sent to tleir help. May 27.--U. S. Steamer Marion, RysdickforTam-
e not hope hl.rf a icr., o be relieved from-draft's, pa. "



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C"s Convention. Mah 183 t' de imereIst of Panlers. 'Thio undersigo- oB ,flni o ciii,' I h o re. b- t
o edy prOpnse ithe in trod-uction of A essrs. Pavio g,-. 1 ER----Go.-,Iien and :t7ester'n. bfy tth
.""' --t rO i r m imoumd or Keg, iept constantly onihand
Orrives -a, We are authorized to annou.ace Maj. 1 anmiar's (.'sitM L4 e o'v Prcss in the J'e-rm j o Keg, "c na by
*Ora:go Marmalade, JOIIN 'J'AYL, 10 'of .Vi," ,-,.],t, as a Candi. tory-, l a miasmre to relieve v em, so flir at 1an1 atr e Pr i_ .r. BARflIYDT.
Preserved Orange, a"i as rehat 's to B mIisax and compres-'sinrg Cottou. 'hI'le 'April 14-2-2-4,47
Peaches in Brandy, d-te ior the Colventniol. March 3. machine is sgplo ad chea in s cos'ton.
Asg-, -I IEHAk'US',.All whio wish to cat gooJ
R-sins, T h We arc requested to announce G eon. hole st oo 'ill ot i'a-d 5, the Sbroad, shuod have it. For sale by
Chocolate, mel rite included, and r'thm six or cight ham'es, without
Finem Scoteh Hr ir. Li tn RAi), as a Candidato for the Con- horses or inules, will do the'business oftSireo or four p. P. 1AIYDT.
permiti (- ..,.%. vention March 3. screw's ina theme tim, and easilyl beeconstr April 14-22-tf
I-e Cream ni "-' rl-i.i kl'Iept omi anld '-'1 dcidr IiShed stleidtaco tle Cn'on5, vii ac-W I~' A'i Xgo tcaatitru.
P--artyies lj t t- i a rl,, m, elected, will i..- & -yrr -. rsTAlbI-A good ardcle, dy
lar ie ''lh'J ,pastrv. (- !',,.!-X'r. B m ,i lce ,w l. .-,,or t~hn'-tyye'ars, or a ifetilv, without I r dr '".e orsl b h aote rdlmn yI. r I,::, t ,.. et nhnd -,e nera he and o ieGn-'ose il at -. -Tr'kg -A odaril, n trn'-
DAVIES & KINDONS. serve to represent the cofaty of Jeffrerson, in I-. i,,ess has so f,.r supplanted tte screw ia M oissis.r doen, by
April 23--24, -f. thile Convention, to formi a State Constitution. sippi and elsewhere, that it hai" been 'generally in- p. P. BARmIDT
STOE March 10. troduced. For' the performance of on erectd ill April 14-22-tf
Thursday night 19a. ri1Bro cont, the giGe s.'-'he Agsta Chronicle ant ItoRI-0 eAu..' ,
,.SNt Thuesday night 19111 inost.om th -emoe mch soiot ,II PAC ,S.--A nics article ?or
S, .'i house, while he was absent, Three bilts of .A e are authorized to anniOLICCe Capt. i"t o t. A on the planta- iLsalea by
each, on t.hle Union Bank of Florida, and three D. PITTM.rrAN as a candidate for Colonel Coni- io of Hr. 1. Vlhittaker, nr this county. We will
give personal attention to die erection of prescsitandh .. P. EIitfR'tD'
- on ..h. Ruodes, due 1st January last, and one of ia. .arch 31, 183. te, inte 'eritoT o r. pr a. t fel'l nt witmout
35, on J. H. Rhodes, due 1st March last. A re. "scr"v ew ill tlowelt.tocl and el Planterthis without O DIall kinds, a delicious draigfit.
ward of $10, will be given for the recovery of tle C- At thie solicitation of a nmniber of' friends, before building. U D Call at t IHDFS.
Money and notes.
Persons are hereby cautioned against trading for Col. JAS., -GADSDE, cosents to serve.if elect. PERRIN & PROCTER, April 14-22-tf.
said notes, and the owners from-a i.,.. tena, ed, as a menbem of' the Convention, from Jef. Agentsfor Florida. -HF6 f r -
,ouen[I~l'Fon ,et'." A' maneo F~rd [ Ein n. .-The real N. Catroliiaa picklted
.F. I"ND )ERSON. person county, to fri'amrne a State Constitution. Ail 'H 1833.-22.tf iierring just received and for sale-by
T-dlahassee, April 28-2-.3 March 10. S- v iKS.-First rate, and warranted to draw .P. BARJIYDT.
l.du the hielp of horse power or blister paI.
STRAYED OIa STOLEN-Weare requested to announced. t. Majr. yth o hs p r P Blite A -A.- most superior article just received
-I T R YE Sold by D. P. BAR-YTT. fro the North, amd for sale ly
"IROM, T 1own, about _a fortnight since, a small G-io. T. WARD, as a Candidate for the Con- April 14-22-tf
ti iron-gray -lindiain, mare pony. a bout 6 years old, O.ntior. ..T..ct ._ I P. r3ARHYDT.
has a very fast wa.kea__-cantier'sot.A reward-k'IL E Y .,- A superior article, for A SINS-.-oA gooa article-off Bunch. :,r
of 5 dollars will be givenTor her deitvero IIj, -. .. b. ..y
A -,o o JOSEPH ALEXNOER. D. I'. B trIY-'I'D. i -. P: BARTyDT. '
Apl.... Ap'rii4-2A ,il D. P. BARiYDT-; '

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SLeon Counlty Court.
TWVm, C.- iMiller & ; ,
.-John ,. P.ltnmn, .I Attachnentfii '70dollars
trading under ti a and 67 cents.. SutaSmons for
name.and style of $200. 1etarnable Mtarch
Miller &'Putnam, Term.
'rhos. Je L Greene...J
r Hl E.defendanAxindall other' persons interested,
JL tr,4lereby notified of the institution of tihe above
su'i't by attchnment, and are req'airod to appear and
.plaad to the declaration frltd in said case.
llrclO-.lG-3.. "Attorney for Plaintiff.

C-tliiUty .oN4rt oI Leon Coftnty.
-."*Assumipsit: Attachmennt, 75
'William Maner, Zdollars, suimmons ad.. res. for
vs. 300 dollars damage, issued 7th
Lewis Lysssrd. Dec. 1837, returned to March
J Ternn, 1838.
T HIE Dafendant'in said case, and all others in-
lterestea will take notice of the Iuistittion of
-said suit by attachment as aforesaid, and they are
reqaired'to appear and liea'd to tlh declaration filed.
ini said ecse, according to the statute ia such case
made and provided.


Attorneys for Plaintiff.

f OT'ICE.--Six, mouAths after d(late I shall ap-
_L M ply to thi IIon. Judge of the Leon County
Cosrt, foibr a .discharge front, the administration on
fel .state of Joshua Croorn dcealseld.
Nov. 1 8, 1837.-G6i.
OTI',---SiK inont'1ls fr'o. (late I will apply
i1l to th lliu. R,'!l. Li' J, I eof the County
'*oirt of' Ja.'eou: 'Ceuzit.y, to be doieharged fro'n tlc
hrrther ,! ii O. .: o thote estate of Alexander A.
Jellamy, l" I counmly, decasod.
M.iria'Bina, Jan. 1, 18'35--8-mG -

IX-Moiiths aftei.r dat, I shall apply to the lIHon.
Judge of thui JTtYrsosi CountyCourt, for a dis-
ch.rg'i'froiC thie administration, on the 'Estate of
-Jamrcs Br.ooks, e&eas'as:A,
Jeff-rson couuty, Nov. 1; 1837.-51-m6

N"'OTICE-.'l",e s'linsribe!r has this day obtain-
i 1 ed L';tters of A'l:ninisti:Ition on the estate of
.ofJos.eW. K -, docc'.tsed, of %G tdselen county. All
_persoas h vying da i' vids aigist sail estate, will
present th;inwvitlbiu ti Li r i prescribed by law,'or
,they wiLi bs batr. c'l oi.'r. very. All persons indebt-
c-d, wi! rim ik; ilin o l ii te p [).vsirnt. to
J;n.. 13, t1833-D-ltf

-T o ,'vlic ,_ia 1outrs after date, the subscri-
ba,'r will apply to tti 'Hou., .I Ilge of Gadsden
'Coantit C(]jrt, for a i ".i1. fro:.n the estate of
D.uini' ( .D. .'. '. dec'l i I eIirnty.
Fob..;i -13-1 t ,
N O lS :.'f ; -

*i tlo.uiithls from (Il to, I shaill apply to the Judge
Gof L ds,!'.: C (.ouay conrt, for a discharge from
th es OEtMt u.Mi r'k If. M(iM L.
SJ; F. POTTS, Adm'r.
-) 21. 18;3.7--5--r.m6. "
rQTOT.'l .'.-. -'h'le subscriber lIaving .obtained
I'! ltl era of administration on the estate of`Joseph
SWi. King, (lcosasril, lt toof the county of Gadsden,
herc;bv notifies all persons indebted to said estate
to Pl'ke immediate payment to S. B. Stephens,
-lsq. of Quincy, and all persons having claiIms
agfinsit thoe stn-te will present them duly authontica,
.tid, within the tine prescribed by law, or their no-
;e will be plead ir .bar of their recovery.
Quincy, Fab.2s-..-tS.,
(TO-ICE.-=SiS months after date I shall
I.. presuint to th,' Julg: of Gadsden county Court
u ry ,rcc6unis and voluclts for final settlement of
,tir.estate of Johnl Collins, dec-ased.
'Q(icy, Feb. 2'----(i m.
"AT1tC E,--2-0li p'rsonls indebted to the e. atC
" 2 of Peter Peterson, deceased, are requested to
i ,l .,in ~.'1. to payment, and those having claims
S,,. ,, I will ple is present them duly au-
the, ticatud.""
k. GREEN, Admn'rr.
March 21th 183 7,--O. "'4.
O-B'C -t ~the next term of tihe County
Coi'rt ,of,.Gadsden "Cemanty Florida, the su.scri.
hl)r will apply to the lioni. Judge.of said court for
a lii .- from the estate of Aquilla Bruton dec'd.
ofsai.l Coanty.
-. 1). Dj 3. BRUTON, Ex.
,MarcSh 2 8;. lS3u8'.-9-3.-r.
'OTI.CE.--'lhirty days from the date lhereof,
we. shall apply to thle iHon. the County Court
.of Loan County, for 1-ave to sell the real estate of
C *rica *A. Nelson late oi sail ceunty deceased.
P k. kEitit.
March 24lth 183;,-19-3t,- ,
N consequienc of tile nu't ,nnupnrior Court in L.e-
eoil, as now fil'rd b law, interfering with'the next
term of the s:id to-irt, in IFranklin County, whlnch
last Coirt, for many urgent reasons, cannot-be ad.
journed without great public ;inconveniences, for
whici reasonn, and at the-request of h i n.- O., l
the bar, and in virtue of thre powers or*l.. 1 nir
bv laiw, it is order".'l and directed that the next term
o't 'Leon Superior Coirt,-be postponed and fixed for
theo'turst mondtvy of M1,iy next, and that process now
i- rt.'..J or t ho issued, bI madereturnable to th-
r II I Ir ', nationed day.
By order of the Judge. ,
S Teste, ,'T. I. DUVAL, Clerk.
March 12th, 1838.-.18-t8 .
; OTIJCE.--Six weeks after date I shall ap
11 ply to the Judge o' the County 'Court of.Gads
Oliver, deceased. .JO. SWA _N..
March 9-17.t6
OT [C-E.-At thle ncxtterm of Gadsden Coupi
Ji t\- C^' i- I "'il pr-sent my accounts and vouch
es, i:. ...'. .ras administrator of T.-WV
Sweat. 'J. TATUM, Adm'r.
March 17r-8-L, tf
J ,,OTIC "X,-1 .' ', .... m,*'i all persons fror
jN -tradinag for a cert.cin note of harad given by in
Sto David I Robertson -for $575, made ,ayabe on th
.firsA day of Januarynext to G. W. Iotland or orde
as the Conditions of said note hayv failed I shall no
yy .it except corupelled by law.
March i7-:18-tf. -. ...
'jOTICI3E .---Six months after-date I shall aI
j- ply to the lHon. the Co'irrty Court of Leon Coup
.ty for letters dismissor"op ..the Estate of-Dani
1 ai'au late of sail (',,n'in4:.- decad.
.,> it \IIY ANN FAUST, Admn'x.
*Jan. 6,. 1838..-8,611i. "

aT'OTiCE.--Tlhe un.',si.,t,'/s transacting b
L l .' n. tin l. pl ir f,-, n y,..o, have fou
I' "p-J 0it .o- I p thin~fi c'Ori''fl. rnd lakeln"tt
It,^ p i... .'l 1. il- -P- ....** I i i I "",' s~
,r ,,ir..i iI ',' to r..'W. l lI .5r ,, ,.--ri lti- k for tI
v. h''*'l pair ot ige, which has been extended t
w.rdar tiorn They earnestly beg leave, to requs
all per-- .m~ ;nd. bl.'dt lI., l.i", "n> ens"e forward a.
ei: 1,m:. d-..s a, .irly .w p,im}bk as their cjrcu,
.^llrs will not admitot longer indulgence, andth
vo Il.l rer.''t t..'have to resort to legal measures, a-
nothing but a strict attention' to this notice Wihavs
it:- D. WILLIAM'S, &'CO'

i 0 1 'IC .c --Si eek -" afir.r d. tlr. s,.b'.:,
her r s .11 I. '.-to ihi'. J ingo f th," -,luty Co,
.Gadsden (,n h nt- for letters of ld oiunilrJ~ii'ii
l st at of Raitbrd Hare, late of-said C3onty.
:.,:. : IARYr HIARE
S .pirl 7.-'?1-'G.
"llr OTIC .-lh Sab?'lber reurev.'s his call
J. thes"' i debted to him either by note or accou
fb iinn --die- ,a,,inflt "i And as this is intended
) llnltl s^ ^ ^ $ "
)e' Notice r,, scum pei'yoes, heiuyma, by prori
Favmeunt, iavd thin eaxpsrer.'.l' st" a left .1 course.















larch 3, 1838--18-tf.

Blrrry's Row No. 3.

TH.OSl. UVUla.,Y

- -ILa II

T IHE subscribers have just received per Schoon-
er Maguniticook, from Charleston, thIe follow-
ing articles, which they will sell low for cash, or
approved credit :
S Casks London PO'ter, (quarts &. pints)
6 Loaf Sugar, (Sup. quality,)
16 Bbls. Old 3Ionlongahela Whis-,
10 Rye Gin,
12 Coinmnon Rium,
29 0 ". Whiiskey.t
March 31-20-tf. I

T HE Subscriber has just received and offers for
Sale, a select Assortment of Clohlis, Cas-
simeres, & Vestings. Also, a lot of Rea-
dy Made CiOtfllng, consisting of Blue. Black,
Adelaide, Mulberry, and Green Frock and Dress
Steel-mixed, Mochair, and Blanket Over Co:its.
Sattinett and Kentucky Joain Frock and Dress
'Coats. .
Plain, Figured and Cut-velvet Vests.
do. do., Silk and Satin do.
White ond. Black Cp'drim Satin do.
Cloth, Bombazin and Fig'd Valoncia do.
Blue, Black and Drab Cassinieora Pantalouns.
Plain and Striped Buck-sk-in, do.
Napoleon-corI anraSteol-niixed do.
Sattinett, 'WBaverteen and Kentucky Jean, do.:
Also, a complete assortment of Shirts, Stockv,
Suspenders, Gloves, llanidkerchiefs,
and all articles usually found at similar establi!,h-
ments, all of which are offered cheap, for Cash or
short credit.
Tallahlassee,'Nov. 11, 1837.-52-ft.
HE Subscribers having associated'themselves
together in business, under tIe firm of
Respectfully 'inform their friends andtithe public,
that'they intend carrying o.: the 1Dry-Good,
& Grocery Business, in thoeStore recently
occupied by Mr. W.. MANEK, corner of Monroe and
Clinton-streets. -
Tallahassee, Dec. 30, 107.-7-tf'

T HE Subscribers have opened a Bindery in
_this City, (on,.Washington Square,) and are
prepared to executed li bkranchles oftheir-business in
as good styie as can be done elsewhere. Sank
Books made to order and Ruled to fany pat-
tern, to match any style of binding. Paper ruled for
Bills, Letters, &c, ., Particular attention paid to re-
binding old B.1as, Newspapers, Mag,.zinos, &c.
T'he'leSu'bscribers pledge themselves that all ,r crs
shall be executed with'neatness and dispatch.
Tallahassee, Oct. 14, 1837.-48-tf. .--
TIHE Subscriber having sold his entire mercan-
tile interest in'this City, to Messrs. fiarley &
Gorman, desires all persons who are indebted to him
to make irmeeodiate ,payment to his Agents Messrs.
L. P. Taylor and Hugh Archer, at the counting room
in the stores formerly occupied by him, either by
N..t,. i-zttoii at hi uiirk-i nr- -'..i C-1,. Anh.
a Li."l i'1|, .lj .ir iilut.-U~tl.iJ. ^-j ^i. l ii J.l-.1 .,** [, "I .'T-, I, 111.1 10. JD..
aro informed that indulgences QaDnot longer b, gr..
Messrs. Harley & German, will no doubt, give
my friends and customers every satisfaction, if they
art patronized by them, in whom I have every cmn-
fideneo. WV MANER.
Dec. 30, 17-4-tf.-
Dissolution of Copartnership.
LJlIE Partnership which heretofore existed be-
JU. teen thIe undersigned in tIhe Practice of Law,
in the District of East Florida, was, on the 5th inst.
by mutual consent, dissolved. Those persons how-
evwr, who have entrusted business -to their- care, du-
ring the existence of the said partnership, will have
benefit of the services of both, until such business
shall be completed,


Selling Out at ('Cost.
T IHE Subscriber being anxious to close -Iis bu-
siness now offnsi at reduced prices the remain-
ing part of his-stock of goods consisting of the fol-
lowing articles:
Black Fluashing,
Mixed Sattinctts,
Brown Grass Cloth,
Fancy Prints,
Brown Sheeting,
Tuscan Boninets,
Fur & WVool Hlats,
Boots & Shoes,
Wrapping -Paper,
Florida Segars,
Onions, and about
199 Bulhel of Irish Potatoes hiichl 'are
soling at eone dollar par bushel.

G ERI-MAN SPEI IC-A cure for the
TOOTH ACHE, and a powerful antidote
against the Scurvy.
ITS ErFICAcYv.-Thire never perhaps ( "' I myi
remedy which deserved more justly the epithet -of
Specific. Thie celebrity which it has acquired in
-France and other countries, has made it known as
one of the most precions remedies of tlie art of cur
ing. In a.few seconmls the most acute and obstinate
pain is appeared. Its efficacy againlit thIe Scurvy
without being so quick, is not however less certain
andp.poweorfl. Sold by
Jan. '7-l11-tf


WS INNER of the great Sweep,
-^-- stake and Post-stake, 3 and 4
),_ ,fMilt heats, at Tallahassoce, will Stand
it at M arianna, the present season, which
t- -7, lias-already commenced, at Fifty
Boi,ars, payable on the, 1st' December next. 'All
thorough bred Mares, at this time owned in the Ter-
ritory will be : I .-1 -' ,i-. For further particulars
of parfermanc-. jir 1, I "... see hand-bills,. Spirit
of the Times, and American Turf Register.
J. J. PI'!'I'M\N.
Feb. 17-14m3.n3
rhe- Floridin, Irwvintdn Herald, & Spirit bf'the
Times, will publish the above fot tihrec months and
forward their accounts for payment._
Ui,',l"t -Zt T ""r.., young Notliern
k -cmTI. Carriage, wie-ich can be arrangeon
-t- J as a one horse Buggy, or two horse
e-__sa Barouche. Enquireo at this Office.
Foeb. 3"1838-12-tf.

7nT HE subscriber continues to car-
1U vSd ry on the manufacturing of Tin
Sware, and will at all times have on
hand a general assortment, either at
ug wholesale or retail, on as reasonable
erms as cal bec sold in any southern market, deliv-
erable ta my steto at Tallahassee.
Jan. 6..--8.tf.
P. S. Having now an experienced workman, all
articles will be made to order in the above line,
and all job work done without delay, either in the
tin or sheet iron business. V W. H.,F.
" HAVE ascertained that fifty.two Bales of Cot-

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_e". 17 -14ml I --- -L ton, ot thie estate or u -armes BlacK, on tile crop t
e..17---4-m.l "nlav ", ,1. given to sucking infants and to we- of 1,836, were brought to Tallahassae, and I have
Tile Male & Female Acadenmies nesl ins whatever condition, the most delicate eir- received Accouant-Sales of but thirty-four; any in- sc
e V N V IN iX Frcuinn i stances not excepted. i.t I formation of the manner in which thie other eighteen s
.' --.' b oe For children, it is of inestimable vale, co.uch bales s.e1re disposed of, w-ill be thankfully received.
ILL recommence their operations on Mon-. relitiefin bowel coMnplaints,taeethinff, whooping cough, RAYMOND REID.
...... o R. RAYMOND REID.
VV duay tbae first day of January, under the Su. cholic, &c. aid is found particularly useful in hypo. Persons wilin to communicate with me upon
perintendence of coibpetent instructors. condiacal, nervous, ana ystercl diseases. this subject, will apply-to Mr. R. II. Berry.-
The permanency of these institutions adnd 'tire t March 13-16-tf M.
supeiorheathfunes ofthee'fovn f Qurre, r- -Marche 13-16-tf
superior'lhealthfulness of the oown of f..Quin.'re-'. An-otg the many certificates in the possession of I A
commend them to th" favorable cI5idcratiUon of the proprietor, the flowing, obtained recently, is fjiiN D AN OF FLORIDA.
Parents and Guardians. worthy of notice, viz: T OTICE is hereby givan to tlie subscribers to the
The torms of tuition are moderate, and board can n- BLTrro. December.7, 1834 ". Stock of tis Bank, tha their title papers hiay-
be obtained in respectable families, forfrom'ten to I, W. Price, of thie city of Baltimore, do hereby been referred for examination to Cliarles I1. DuPont
Bytwelve dollars per month. eSERETARY i,' and declare, that I have been for a long-time Esq. NVhen reported upon satisfactorily, Mortgagcs
u ny Fo By'the.SERETafflicted with a severe cold, accompanied within a al- and Bonds will be sent to tIre parties for execution.
Quincy, Flo. Doe. 39, 1837.-7.tf most incessant coughl and pain in my breast and JOHN PARKHILL, Casthier.
.O-PA TNERSl P. lunrs-also, spitting of blood and purulent matter March 10, 1838,-17-tf. .
E have this day entered into Co-partnership, frone the lungs, with night sweats and fevers, and
VV unjer the narne of.Center & Keen, was so nmuch emaciated with loss of rest, &c. as to GITN-SMITH BUSINESS.
for thie transaction e ofa Grocerey & Provision bush- diminish my weight about onre third. applied to TIETCALF is prepared to. make or re-
ness. s "cveral eaminrent physicians and underwent acourse _B_.pair Guns of every description, in F. Towle's
XW. CENTER of medicine, but could obtain no- relief, and found back Shop. He will also do Job-work generally.
B. KEEN. myself fast verging on to a confirmed consumption. Tallahsee. Dec. 21, 1836.-6tf.
Tallahassee, January 1, 18-f. Ha-;nr at length -heard of the many astonishing.
rT'aiTIassee, Janu ... .. -. "/" <"EDLUC ATION.t
cures aeefesd by Butler's Vegetable Indian Speci-
NOTICE.T fie, fobr cou',e., colds, consumption, &c. I was in- A MARRIED gentleman, and.graduate of the
,cT~ u .I l..~ t.. : duc 'ed 'to m a ke ti, al of it, and found alm os t im nledi, A R E
LLpersons indebtedto tie stdte of the late to ke ial of it, and found lost i edi University of Glasgow, Scotland, long expert.
A L'peterRsobs insondebted'to the Estate requesof the ate relie f ad ',iny r,t restored. I continued its use enced in the business of Tuition, and accustomed to
ake immediate payment to either of te e substeri improving fast, my appetite better and all the read .hile preparatory and undergraduate courses with
hake immediate payment to either aef the subsari symptoms of the disease mlinshing daily. Not candidates for, and members of, tIhe South Caroli-
brill, ard e toehem properly authenat the Estate tandi dilintly p vred i following na College,' wishes to locate himself permanently (at-
Will produ thete directions forthse afflicted wi consumptions, the expiration of the present year,). in a healthy part
R.mnt.. HACKLEY, a nd In a few weeks was completely cired, and have of Florida, as Principal of an Academy or C.,11. '.
R. J. HACKLEY, remained so for many months, and amn 59 in better His Lady hac devoted almost twenty years to the
RTallahassee, Feb. 8137.- WELLFORDtf. better' heath and ties-h than I have been tic- 'eany arduous duties of female education, and intends to
Tallaassee Feb. 8, 1837.-3t. .years, to great'astonishmdntof my friends. Ite- make it the business of her life. References for
TAKE NOTICE ffore within confidence recommejid the use of the; n ompetency and character can be given to Literary
LL prAKE Nto E. .Prkiby Nt Vegetable Indian Specific to my fel-' ,g.-tlemen in South Carolina and Florida. Letters
A o cL persons indebted-toE cll and settle thrkis e lbw-citizens as a safe, pleasant, and effectual rein- addrs -d to R. L. Edmbnds, M. A. Yorkville,
or account, are requested to'all and eettlethe.dy forcoughs, colds, consumption, and afm dis- S. C.w.'eet with immediate-attention.
same, as it is necessary that his business should be the breast and lu tC.s March 4-19h3mmediat attention.
a eases of the breast and lungs. March ""WilZe
closed as soon possible ARNARD. & CO. [Signd] W. PRICE. 33- The -Flriian will please publish the above
Tadlahassee, Nov. 10, 1836.-1tf" IG i .,r-I. I.-, STEWAVART & BARNARD. three months.
Sa 1 Tallahassee, Feb. 8,'1837-13tf. -
MOTICJE.;--Byvirtue ofan oler.issuing from wTHE INDIAN'S PANACEA. 25 DOLLAR rEW ARD.
LI the County Court of Loonu county, at the last
term, 1 shall, oem the first Saturday in May next, on ti c to ure of Rheumatism, Scrofula or King's j, ANAs.AY from thee 5'a-scriber,aon th le9ths
thee 1i-s-inni-.v.~'al1 o the sighei bidde, the ha f Evil, Sciatia, or Hilp Gout, Incipiant Cancers, nt.hiNer aHry, about 30 years
the )r,,;-", fl to tile inghwit bidder,,tilia E..h F ta haryis Nego man .r
of N. .. quarter of section 33, township 2, Salt Rheum, Syhlilitic and Mercurial diseases, par- of agei. Harry is fl m 5 feet 6 to7 inceehes i height,
I rangIe N2 &Eq Terms oash ticularly Ulcers-a nd, aainful affections, of the bones of a coal-black complexion, his frot tee, .i decayed,
& E. TerX P ,msra, cash". h olat mlsm.m~a,, v 't: _-is had-ell combed, and interspersed WiIi gray
range JAMES LE E, I crated theoat anl nostrils ; Ulcers of every de- hrs ; was well-dre ssed when he left, is forward in
S- Acministrator of R. Lee, deceased. scription, Fever Sores, and internal abscesses; Fis-
mureb 29th, 1838. tulas, Scald Head, Scurvy, Biles, Chronic sore eyes, speaking,' and not timid; was recently brought
- M nfreh -9tl 1838 3 t~ las ,: S eald H d- "^uv7 ..... ..lloromls r ^y 8 Y or D district, S ou th C arolin a, by M essrs,.
..t1 Erysipelas, blotches, and every variety of Cutae- f^omYork anDistrict, South C arolina, by Messrs. ill
d ITRAYED ORn STOLEN.-From the ous affection; Chronic Catarrh, Headache from M an hes a v eev il
Subscriber, about 6 weeks since, a small Bay particular causes; pain in the stomach and Dys- be givf taken for his apprehe cnsionty, and detention untllarsI
Peney, coached mane with saddle spots on the pepsia, proceeding frem-vitiation; affections of the if taken EDWARD HOUSTON,
Back, a'd has lost one of his'eyes. a liberal reward Liver, Chronic inflanamation of the Kidneys, and if taken in. near Tallahaasee.
d g. ra eility caused b3, a torpid action of the.
Swillboivnto any person returning him .general debility, caused by a torpid action of t
wlb ,lo vmt Y -'W. D. FONTANE. vessels.of the skin. It is singularly efficacious ina March 31-19-tf.
April 7, 1838-21-t3 rennovating those constitutions which have been OiND,I on the Meridian road asmnall sum of
"p "- *- broken dow by .injudicious treatment, .orjuvenile m ,oney which the owner can have by apphi-
TAKE NOTICE. rregulartes. action to the subscriber on'Lake Jackson, 11 miles
*i N the night of the 28thiinst. the shop of the In general ,terms, it is oecommended in a! those crtih of Tallahassee, and paying Jor eis advertise-
00,lion4tr.ttextdoo tothediseases which arise from. im priis i asnbod, ln'3.'h of Tallahassee, and, paying for -ibis advertise.,
r, q subscriber, on Clinton street, next door to the diseases which arisefrom im purties.in the Iloo, ment "
suhscrbe,ro~ l ol sno nuir"t W. A. CARR.
Post Office, was broKen open by somet pbeson or or vitiation of the numors, of whatever name or W. A. CARR.
persons, and a desk, containirlarg l ,oc- kind. March 24th 1838.-19-tf.
eit d' desk, cwitiiiwningolarge .jpash, o n d onotp"" Yq"" "
et Boohkwt twentyDollasone- Some of the above complaints may require some
iunte on lJs-: fC ,1ot 30 dollars, and one on triflingapplications which the circumstances of the
SJ'mes C :,-er, of fifty.six dollars and twenty-five case will dictate ; but for a general-remedy, or Pu- c r fO P O ,.
, cents, weretaken out., rificator to-remove the cause, orm INDAN PANACEA ,
A A-liberal reward will be giv-enu ir the detection will generally be found sufficient. ..... --
Pt of the. thief, aqd return of thu m.,ne.v -and notes, or Tnhe abele valuable"article jist received- and for a, will purchase C01o1ni.. o
either. -All persons are cautioned against trading sale by STEWART &BARNARD w market priced ring TIN o ART
tfor theabove,mls. :,. ESLIK. general Agents for Middle Florida. llah e, Sept. 30.ART.
March 31- --0-3X May "q 1).7Tallahssee, Sept 3 -46tf .

Of St. Augustine.
T HE COMITTEE appointed-by the rtnusteds
.of the Southern College o'f St. Aug'ostine to or-
ganize the College S'clhool, would inform the inhabi.
t rints of this city, and of this Territory, and thIe pub.
lic generally, that the, liberal subscriptions of our cit-
iz--ns for the establishment of the College School,
will enable the eormiittee to open it for the recep-
tion of 'pupils on Thursday .the first day of February,
e.snaing in thie new in I capacious building of Mr.
Oarraras on George Street in the north part of the
The committee have appointed the Reverend D.
L. Proudfit, a Graduate of Union College, principal
of the College Sehool, and feel confident lie will-give
English department, Orthography & residing,
per quarter, $3
Reading, writing, andI rudiments of Arithme-o.
tic,'G'ranmmser and geography, $4
Reading, writing, grammer, geography, arith-
nertic, elocution, and oilither English studies, $5
Classical Department, thie Latin and Greek
class, $8,50
Thie classics, with Algebra, geometry, surveying, and
other higher bran-ches of mathematics, and the
natural sciences of chemistry, optics. astrohemy,
&d. $10
Persons who have or may hereafter subscribe for
the support of the College .School and who place
their children in it, will be credited with thie amount
paid on their subscriptions, in payment of tuition at
the established rates.
JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ, Committee of
Feb. 17, 1838.-14-tf

Pleasant-Grove Academy.
T IS Institution will be opened on the first on-
S daynin April next under the supervision of a
gentleman, qualified to teach all thie branches of an
Englisheducation, together with the Litin, Greek,
French, and Spanish Languag_-. The Academy is
in a healthy arid respectable neighborhood, about
20 or 25 miles from Tallahassee.
Terms of Tuition.
Reading, writing andl Arithmatic, plr quarter r.l.
Iigher Branches of English, ;.I,;, l
Languages, 8,00,
Boird can be obtained in respectable families, on
reasonable terms.
W. H. CASSELS, Secretary.
arch 3, 1838--16-5t. -

March 2.1-19-tf.
Stop thief,-Sixty Dollars Revward
STOLEN on the night of the 12th of March 183
S from a Camp 20 miles east of Tallahassee Flor
da, a public horse, bright Sorrel Colour, switch tai
bald face, and marked U. S. on the left should
The scoundrel wlho stole the horse, calls himself I
Hewitt, lie has sharp features, red hair and aboi
5 feet 3 inches high.
Thirty dollars will be given for tho recovery of tU
hl'se and thirty dollars for the apprehension and r
cover of the Thief, so that the rascal can be brougl
to Justice -:
Any information respecting the horse or thief, ei
be left at the Floridian Office.
April 7,-21-tf.
JOHN P. DIJUVAL, Attorney at Law,
authorized to receive all debts due the estate
R. Halsey dec'd. All persons indebted, are reque;
ed to make immediate payment or suits will be ins
tuted. "
tuted. WM. A. GUEST. Adm'r. of
Tallahassee, Dec. 16, 1837.-5.tf.
S UIA'R, Coffee &Tea, at .
SApril 14-22-tf.:". r
-f AISINS.-'A good article of Bunch, for s;
by .
; ~' P_ R i HYj* T .T~~T

April 14--2-.tf.


Cotton Brokierage & Comnu issionl
YT HE Subscriber would inform his friends and
the public in general, that he has commneced
the business of Cottonl Broker & Coin-
mission Merchant in the city of New
York, and is now.prepared to receive Cotton and
other produce, intehd'ed for that market, which he
Will dispose of, on comsnisision, ,aled flatters himsoif,
that from his long acquaintance with the Northern
and Southern Markets, lie sliall be enabled to give
satisfaction to such as may feel disposed:to patronize
him, not only in the sale of their produce, but in the
investment of any part of timh prob'eeds they may
order or direct. .-*USTENIAN F. DAVIS,
PNo. 603 Water street, New-Y.t'k.
References : Hon. J. Branch, R. WV. Williams and
Sam. Reid, at Tallahassee. James Lanier & Co. at
Quincy. Johin B. Collins, at Mohtieello. Win.J.
Bailey, at Magnolia. Win. G. Porter, at Apalachi-
cola. Craig & Datfmin, St. Joseph.
Feb. 3d, 1838-!2-l1y.
N 0TO'jLICff.-By mintual cousmnt, ROBE'RT
1 LLOYD of thie late firm of Swvaim, Lloyd
& CO. Itivii:. -i'isdraw-n fro:n the -colcorns, tise bu-
siness %i %i i ,. -- i be continued indecr the name of
St. Marks, Dec. l3th, 1836.-G6tf.

Requests acontinuance of the patronage hereto-
fore extended to the late Firm, and A'. .!-_, themsel-
ves to spare no pains to please those who feel dispo-
sed to patronise therm.

New DirU -Store.
T1fHE Subscribars have formed a co-
--) partnership in the .Drig business,
under the firin i'f
Wadiel, Randolph & -ewis.
They have just received and now offer for' sale,
one door north ofJ. J. lr.' i"... n,. Establishmmnt. n
on Monroe street, a general assortment of Fresh
Drugs, niediciiioi, Paints, Oils, &c.
together with a variety of Perfuenery 'an:d Fancy ar-
ticles for the toilet.
All orders from Physicians, Planters and Country
Merchants, will be thankfully received and faithfully
attended to.
Tallahassee, Dee. 9, 1837--4-tf


















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supply of tihe following articles, offers thea for
sale low for Crsl1
White Lead, Terre deo Sienina.
Red do. Linseed Oil,
Veni'ian Red, Spts. Turpuentine,
Spanish Whiting, Gum Copal,
d3. Brown, Copal Varnish,
Crome Green, Blinders,.
do. Yello. Lithierage,
Yellow-Ochel .- Salphate of Zinc.
V.Xi J .-'.- i-'. Gold & Snlver Leaf.
I'. ,n In,,i LII e', Frostings, all colours,
Urnbar, Vrmilliou,
Lake, -
AndG ly on hand, all of the above articles for the accomn
modation of tieir customers, at nmodirato prices.
Tallahassee, -Doc. 23, 1-837.-6.tf
. Podro, on or about the 28ti, of Mearcl a small
bay mare thin in flash any person returning said mar.
to William Woed, at San-Pedro, or to R. R. Pilgrim
Tallahassee will receive a liberal reward. "
April 7,-21-t2.

SS^^ ^^^ DS.Cottosn Osnabiirgs
99o or Sale by
Feb. 23----15-tf
- t. BS UE'E S SALT, in bul
3c ij 4 J7 afloat, for sale; Apply to Swair
& Madden,-St. Marks, or to Robert Lyon, Talh
hasaee." Jan. 6, 1838-8tf.

4 O OLbs. Bacon, (Hams and Sideo
4:~ y lov for cEs/E, by

Law Notice.

Law Notice.
attend the Courts in Middle Florida, and the
Superior Court for Jackson County, West-Florida.
Oct. 28--50.tf.

Law Notice.
D LEVY, of St. Augustine, Flo., will prae-
ticee in the Court of appeals.
tIeb. 21---ly.

Law Notice.

Law Notice.
n V AT LAs-w, will practice in all the Courts
in Middle Florida, and will attend to such business
as may be entrusted to his care. Officein the romr
formerly occupied by Edward Houston, Esq., VWash.
ington Square.
Oct. 8-52, 1837-tf

A 4IIARD.-THOS. DOUGLAS, will eon.

A ACA-RD.--THOS. DOUGLAS, will con.
tinue to practice Law in all the Courts of

East Florida, and in the Court of Appeals at Talla-
hassoe. All professional business entrusted to his
care, shall be promptly and faithfully attended to.
His residence is in the City of St. Augustine.
Yel'b.J-7-14- -- ---

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EMAINING in the -Post Office, Quincy Flor-
U ida, on the lst day"of April 18'38, which, if not
taken out before the first, day of July next, will bo
sent to the General Post Office as dead Letters.
Arnold, A. Kenan, T. J.
Adams, Kirkland, Ralph
Borjoh, Antonio King, Robr't 'W.
Byrd, Jess'e Lorimer, Jas. H. T.
Blount, Philip Lewis, Susan
Burliton, Wi. Lan, Henry 2
Bir.h, J. W. Linton, Lucy A.
Bell, L. J. & Co. Linson, Win.
Bagnell, 'J. L. 'Lanier, Augustus
Brown, J. C. Matthews, Samuel
Crosby, John -Martin, Archibald .
Croom, Mrs. S. Murphy, Dr. P.
Croom, Bryan LeLean, John .
Carlton, C. G. McDonald, Jnoe.
Clark, Willis 2 McCali, Jesse
Clarke, Win. C. W. McBride, lm:. .
Coston, Geo. McRae, Col. E.
Coleman, James McKensie, Alex.
'.oyle, H. J. 2 MyNicli, J. T.
Dinj:sown, Edward Noriwod & Parramnoi
Dilwot'- Geeo- Owens, John
Davidson, .' H- M. Owens', Slomoni
Ely, Doctor Pasely, Thomas
Elliott, James ti Pittman, Owerin 5
Ford, J.J. suattlebum. Samlel
Fletcher, J. oiSa'. Hu Tli
Fitzgerald, F. Ruff, ne,
Gray, Thomas Seabrook,j. 11. 1
Gunn, Mr. Sanders, ,-vrira
Geary, R. S. Spivy, John
Gaihl, W. G. Sprague, Lorenzor
Gilchrist & Kenan, Stephens, G. -
Harrison, R.-L. 6 Thurmnand, Janmes
Harrison. Win. Thomas, Edward J.
Harrisbn, 0. Wilson Twine, Lewis
Harris, Isaac R. Virgin, J. W.' 2
Hawkins, J. XV. Vanx, .Margaret J.
Hext, J. H. White, David L. 2
Howse & Ho611omin, Winn, Thomas B.
Hingland, G. Willis, J. H.
Holland. M. Wilson, ij. M.
Hodson, J.'1. 2 Wilson, James U.
Howse, C. CG. Wilson, Simpsoh
Iron, J. J. Wvatt, Hu;rrim 'P.
Irby, Win. B. Wairrei 'T. -
Jones, Dr. S.-P. 5 -S Withers, RI. F.
Jones, Mrs. Eliziabeth Whiting, C61. F.
Kersey, Budd Walker, Chbrles
Kenan, D. L.

April 7, 138.n-.1:lt.

F ROM tlhe. Subscribers Plantation in Jefferswf
County, on Wednesday 28th inst, a Negro mah
named San, belonging to the Estate of Robert
Sturges, dec'd. Tihe above Negro has resided -in
Talldhassee and.at St. Marks, and is well known in
both these p'lices: a liberal reward. will be given for
his apprehension ,and safe delivery.
March 31,-20-8t.
A Small Famnly and three or four Gentlemen can
J be entertained at No. 101 Caihoun Street, North
Tallahassee, M-rch 31,-20-8t.

SICIIHARD R. PILGRIM, grateful for tie pa-
>rin, i.g which lie hais hitherto received, thinkS
'it Ilis duty to apprize his former customers, and t.in
public generally, that la lihas r-centiy received-freon
the north, a v i i r.-' !supply of Ciotlh,n Caissi-
.ineres & Vcsiiigs, of the very best quality,
besides many fancy articles, suitable to thle taste of
Afl fashionable Gentlemen. His assortfinent ha8
ben almost entirely purchased by Mr. John *R. Lu-
diLIgton, of Now-York.
Tile Tdl-oming business wvl be carried on'at '.the
old stand, and conducted under the firm of
In order that they rnhiglrt be en.Lblhd to furnish
.their work according to tihse iost approved execution-,
saiaral first rate workmnue have been employ -d froin
lors 'of the Northern cities. I'IThey "dul assured that
*their fxml6.,-cit-iz.ns, will give to thamin a p6ition of
their custom, and thereby echable them to give such
wages, as wcill ensure the se'rvicns of men, capable
of furaisling woik ifn tlhe very bpst tov-
Tallaihasse,,Jai. 2), i838-10-tf


T HE SubscriblT having returned to'-the Terri-
tory for the purpose of settling up his btesiness,
will remainijn Tallahasceo for a tfew weeks. All per-.
sons who do not avail themselves of the opportunity
of liquidating their oecounts, cannot expect longer
indulgence. All accounts, which then remain un-
settled, will be found in the hands of proper officers
for settlement. WM. MANER.
Marchra, 1838 17-tf

Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam.
The reputation of which, has become established
as the most safe and efficacious remedy ever discov-
er.l-! fi'r Influenza, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Whoop-
ing Uounh, S pitting of Blood, and all affections, of
the Lungs.
T HIS Medicine has been used very extensively,
and the Proprietor has not known a single in-
'stance in which it has failed in giving relief in dis-
eases for which it is recommeseded-4 even in cases
approaching to Consmnption, attended with bleeding
at tie Lungs, and where all other remedieshadfailed,
the most decided andflattering success'lias attended
its use. Common Colds, which are generally the
effect of obstructed perspiration, will yield to its in-
fluehM in g few "Tur: when used in-Asthma-
Hoarseness, Wheezing, an n aI ss of breathe, it
gives immediate relieft, procuring trafri'.I rest an,
sleep. In whooping cough, it is without a rival.
it operates by gentle expectoration, and may be giv-
erl to infants with perfect safety.
The happy combination of vegetable substances,
of which it is entirely compo'ses, .'mii'-.'..
dtan ,,]Ii 1. = r/.=l x+ "* -- y T *** *' t "?1 [. .
-n .. ,.'rn -, and-ful directions for use, accompany
opli bottle. Sold by
" a...- ii .,1-- i t.i '-
Butler's Vegetable Specific.
For- the cure of Coughs, Colds, Ifltuenzas,'
and all diseases of the Breast and Lungs.
T-HIS Specific is obtained by extraction from
herbs, roots, plants, &c. whea in perfection. In
consequence of a happy combination of the most val.
liable herbs, &c. it becomes a balsam of superior val.
ue. It heals t'he injured parts, opens the pores and
composes the disturbed nerves after the manner of an
anodyne ; consequently the obstra'fii-n of the chest
and the lungs which constitute this disease, particu-
larly need its use. It promotes expectoration which
is constantly called for, and whilst it cleanses and
heals, it also gives strength to the tender lung.s.
-It removes the hectic fever, improves I ..' :'ion.
.- ..1 in -'. nerves, repairs the appetite, and
,i,',,-.- -,, -, This specific is always given
ft.i .mi T ; ..n1., s n(si nr t t .l- t l-t te- s mitrtnd

A Card'.
v--" iE undersigned comntemplhtes returningg to
tl- a b.r ,at jie enld of 12 months from to-day.--
Dsiroms nosee for thin first time in 'is life of devoting
hiimasclf exclusiv-ly to professio.u:- pursuits, lie would
resamene thee prertuico imnesdi. .elh,, but f6ibr obijeetions
notoriously existing, to his reappearing at the ba'r at
present.. He trusts lhowvever, that withinn the peri-
od -montioned, a elihasgain the judicial adnainistra-
tibu of the, Middlo District, to which his practice
will, as heretofore, be chiefly confined, may occur
by which the objections referred to, will be obviatdI.
In the mean time, he will resume his engagements
in Jackson, and extend his practice, to the newly. e-
rected County of Calhoun. HIe will attend to busi.
ness- in the Cotit of Appeals;
On hins tia! return to the profession, the undersigmn
ed pleidos the most singi'e and assiduous attention
to its objects and duties.

3. fYI. SCOTi',


W ILL attend to th6 Courts of the different coun-
V ti-s of l 3I.iJi Fis i, and will aiso attend to
the, collection of all claims placed in his hands-for
that purpose. Office at Mounticello, Florida.
Marci1-l-16.-tf -" .

promptly and faithfully to all business entrust.,
ed to his care in the Courts of East-Florida, and is
the Conurt of Appeals.
Tallahassee, Feb. 24-16-tf -

J. G. GUNN, P. 14.


Taliahassse, Feb. 22d; 1838.

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