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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: May 19, 1838
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
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Preceded by: Florida wathman and Tallahassee literary gazette
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P..lbi.ed by OW LL & .N3V 3L iH :a ii.}... &. ~ .. TA i 'L, ..'*-r 3'A. I ---Mo..27.

BIeire% to lh. Love aiiuid liace.
Strike, strike the golden strings,
''.And to their glorious sound
SFill, fill the ril ,ijne high,
S"And let the, toast go round.
S' To wotmnia, dearest woman,
S O, tafiT the generous wine;
Give mn t h hand, my brother,
Hlcie's to thy 1ove and mine !
*...-,-Thy love and mine!
,.girike, strike the harp that ever
Thrilled to a womanaii"-' pr,-e
'1 fall thetheine's the Lr i,,it,-ti
May win the poet's lays,.
rTo wamian, dearest woman,
'Quaff the warm bloo ,.,A th vine;
And hand in hand my breather,
Drink we to thine and mine !
'Thine and.mine!
- 'C kl.%I ; ^ -
It "tis not fear that on the brink
SOf danger, shakes the bold:
T-he pulse may falter, but the mind
Bears onward, uncontrolled.
There ist ere daring deeds be done,
A nomentiry strife;
Tis nature's due, e'en when we prize
Less than'ourselves,, our l.fe.
The throbbing heart,.the quiv'ring lip,
That shook a Marlborough's frame,
Were hut the throei--the giant birth
Was Bleniheim's deathless name !
'Thus mother Earth most dreadful is,
When she hath most to dread;
/ The nations from her tremnbling fly,
And cities bow their head.

From the Kniickerbocker.
Slakslspeare'0 Seven Ages.
S "Aifd then the lover,
Sighing'like furnace, vithl awoful ballad
Made to his :!itir. 's e -i-r,'." '
The youth that but yesterday was an
infant, and jost :now a school-boy, is,al-
rea.ly ,be!bre us- as a lover. : Our life is a
shadow. Our 'seven ages' are soon told.
They pass as rapidly as t'n itmncidents in
the storv of-the bean, which little Jack
planted, and saw grow, in a few nights,
quite out'of sigbi.t. Our life, too, Jike thi .
tanous bian, bears events,,and c,,i,:lt..s.
hIisto'ies, not second in strangeness and
iis npourtance to the castles and giants which
the latter. supported on its slender stalk;
for, Ili .,,., fragile -and fleeting, our life is
the beginning of an eternity : the 'ages' all
tend to thi-s, and the 'history' proceeds.
A A '- ye innocent :;i, ',. --,. bL,.. _i ,,!
--the I Il, the kite, the -k,,ie. tih, t.', ii'
hoop, two-'ole Cot; ieap-frog, and goiig-in-
-a-swi-mingi! Welcome to V0o4i duties,
moonlight, night damps, corrosive thought,
at- ,1 p l to- iv ,. a- s-tiff stoQk. .1 1 tig ht
boos TIh'- y.'uIIi 'now brushes his hat
o'. moraings ; what shouldd that bode?'--.
iHe rubs t-imself with civet, anid is melan-
clroly ;' in short, lie is in love, .. Who has
domie this ? What, spell is cast. upon his
S. n -. 'ir'. ? \Wi it powerbends his head
antd why. muses he by ste cams ?, His horse'
)his gun, are i,. ,-,'.l He joins not the
chorus at the ili -,bm ; he n.,._,l'-i- i ot
thed text- at church-; he looks nriot at the
parson: Ai !-those bright eyes in' the
gallery" have done his- business I--those
eyes, sso S"ofA that but for the eye-brows
that arch so gracefully above- them, uah.l
give them'r character and forcc, .could nev-
er strike so deep a wound. Henceforth,
our school-l ,,v is a man. "
In considering this chapter of man, we
would ,rep.ar-, the reader for serious coin-
clusionas. We have not here to deal, With
love-letters and Cupid's darts, ,pretty feet
and ankles, nor any of the common flirta-
4ions whichc, as to any effect upon the char-;
actor, are mere froth and- wind. No-
P'n,_,r fellow look at him ; he' 'sighs like
furnace,' and suffers enough without our
ridicuiile. A vast changii_ is going on with-
in him-a chemical change; and latent
heat is involved, and rolled up through
.his breast, and out at his mouth and nose,
drawing tears from his eyes, and almost
blood from his heart. -He is suffering an
eruption ofc0 ri! n.'cl4 -f. ,rm,-.d combina-
Stions, and presents to the by-standers a
yolcanicappearance. In Ithe passage from
boy to man, none escape this trial, Bach-
elor or hUtis-aid. all are destined' once to
'sigh like furnace.'
Ordinarily, sonie token, of the coming
change is evinced. Large boysand colle-
_gians have sweet-hdarts, openly ad pro-
dlaimedy,- and begin 'to brush their hit,
'o' mornings,' and to pcfume. As the
-imoTuntain warns the inhabitants upontus
.sides, by bellowinrg, and noise,, and smoke,
of.tbe-appro.cliiii,. crisis of melted ,it,-
and earth,, about to devastate its surface,
so these f. -,ii,:riocs and fooleries, are tokens
of a no less fiery eruption ; and as the one
changes le \\hi',.,Il: lhce of lIie country, -so
the 1hm-er discovers newi features in the
character. 'Sometiames, in the male youth,
;a passionate Iove for dogs and horses is
the smoke that pri'tends a fire, while in
the female, quick tears. sudden resolutions
to walk in lihe street, and tl' b, less fegardr
f ilQ.f dressthan is u,,-il--siilL-s and Zsad-
ness, unaccountable and in'sln'_ i,-,us-tshow
th'at a clhanu:e i at hand. The fulurc po-
elic'lover %ilII oft,.'i how it. in reward I6r
inanimate subjects. a favorite si,.' a 1-h:Lti.
a book. Great aniii'v,-ness ol' teriIeirameriit
-;will. at this Irine. be apt to fix itself, It
lhings,.with lil' and warr th. In thie firit
.rove wil be a ,eni/ alh.'w. that shall ri-
peI liis nature ami I rihir z hIis fiind. In
-4l.e later. it wviJl be a tornado of passion.
full of.gusts, and -qualls, and'l -hipwreck.
hurrying him to unriipe eiijoyinvmeits, and"I
forbi'deii scenes.
Buhvcr says findch', in Enest 1Mlihra-


vers : 'Nine times out of ten, it is over. the ed rake makes the best husband.' Why, no glorious uncertainties here ; this is no and Providence, he remarked that it might and threw herself into his arms. 'Two
bridge of sighs that we pass the narrow except that, if he marry at all, he commits love-in-a-cottage business. The romance, be beneficial to many, but it would inevita- long days you-have been away, and I have
gulf from youth to manhood. That intr- the act without passion? Very imagina- the delight, we feel in thinking-of such a bly ruin all engaged in staging.' been so lohely.' As she spoke shp, dreW
val is .usually occupied by an ill-placed or tive men make poor marriages, generally, case is, that a man has had the force of 'For my part,' said he, 'I don't know back from his arms, which had encircled-
diappoinfed affection. We recoyve, -and because they wed upon the spur of the oc- character to work his way to deserve -the what I should do ifthisline sheuldbe broke her, to gaze ini his face, hve esfIlfoflove,
find ourselves a new being The intellect casion. If we had by us D'Israel's 'Cur- respect of a sensible woman, and to put up, I have been eight years come next Sep- when the form of-a strager- caught her
..has become" hardened by the fire through osities of Literature,' we might fill pi- himselin n situation to repay her affection; tenber, driving on this route, and this is eye. I was W zi 1 upon her fair fce in
which it has pasysd. The mind pr 4i', with sorry anecdotes to this point, J',,I- that he has subdued his passion to his reas- myoyvni means of .... i! my fiamilv.' undisguised admiration, her beautv,soften.
by the wreck of every l,'-p.. .1. terns for good wives are found, oftener onr ; that he is the oak around which wo- 'You are then married ed by the moonlight, seemed angelic.
measure our road to wisiJ b ll, sbr- than any where else, at the tables of those man, the ivy, may bind its caressing ten- es sir I have been married five years 'Sir, I beg your pardon,'she said, while
rows we have undergone.' Tis the who have married some years after the drils, and be lifted by it into sunshine.- and a little better, and have a little curly her blushing brow was visible'even in the '
notion of Shakspeare modernized.:' 'age' of writing 'woful ballads to their mis- How can-yvou associate that beautiful idea headed rogue that knows almost as much moonlight .. Henry, why didn't you ttell
.Now it often happens in thi,:-.- '-- tress' eve brow,' in a calculating spirit, of Irving's with one of the very romantic, as his father, and one of the prettiest little me some one was with you?' she added
yesnine times out of ten--.tli:,I .. .' and with a f1,,.ili -.'of profit and loss. dapper little matches of the season? Year babies perhaps you ever laid your eyes on. with playful reproof, af ashamed tha a
fixes himself as a worshippe ii iin.' lir.i... Tis may I revolting doctrine' to those goes on after year; still husband ahd wife sir.' stranger eye should markthe fervor of her,
of some one older than himself. The who are yet in the -, .1.1,>e ,' clothes of crc always together, an union of heart and I smiled at the naive with which lie said devotion toiher husband lover. '
youth at eighteen or twenty loves the full inexperience.; but as matrimony is to be mind. Now it is, that the world wonders: this. lie detected the expression of my 'Ve pa-.:-d Il:r'_gh thereMte[hite'ga!e
blossomed rose of twenty-two or twenty- judged a benefit or disadvantage, accord- ,eow they are called the romantic couple'- eye: and coloring, he shook thelines and along a'pebbl v alk bordered wivthrfiw-' ;
for Schoobmrisses aie too fond of laugh- is tem was
four. Saeaool-oisses alre too fod of laugh- i.n, asit produces happiness or misery, we each oher so-nothig like it.' cracked his whi.-.li .1 histeam were ers, and'entered the cottage, a simrnplesnow v
ilu, to appear to have any serious feelings, prefer o to .. .,1. romance rather than, fact. Probably the romance e .... .cmant doing their best over the level road-like white d llii, .,.i'd with a. humble
and lovers are very I Ti re is great choice in the circunnstan- to satirize, cannot ough not to be the report of a pistol in the' ears of his bay portic haldlei in a honv suckle and
aud,u. looms ~e vmy .... I,,, et,.-,,heresgrhit leeaders, and.ta-afoesaa mzeiccrot an opghseot COD-
loves with ll,- d.' .i. of an ...i... ., ir which the lover must be edIca- nd in pese ..i life, where his leaders, and after a momentary pause, con- -woodbine.: With a courtsey'I wasushered
loves the richness the fulneSS I. ,T4* 1 inteo their ohappyeoboa
loves the richness. the bss, v '' | '.11r the husband, -_e must not learn Q '"g e is s l,e .'" 'T r:mance of pas- tinued apoa.Lneticaliy- intoe their happy -abode. "A ronm n.the ~
of h is mx, -re1 s. ("'. .- ,
of his mi~re~ss. tic ca-reless i'i i. : and hate for womn;i for, ta-ke -IS VAtle poets lovse, where li- vaiiiclem 'AM:, J didn't mean Io i1.^.i'r rmyse]l right of thelrdl--''i'ed t!;-yotig. a fr t1'2
become tempe.red-to winning smiles, and t.enm all i a., tsey are ,e sweeteners .. thout woman's smile : that admniration when, I said it wa: pretty, sir; although the gal housewife as., a sittin., ru'r. an rki""
hersweet seriousness feeds his sad passion, oflife. He must not learn his early sor- of beauty which served the 'arm of the neighbors do say it favors its father.' en. The floors were snowv whilee thei r- '
He thinks It is a melancholy sympathy Irow at the hands of a coquette, who ,i you-g knight, who gloried to d, battle for I hav no doubt that it islovely as you hitureplainandneat Siril-i\"and tast '
with his fate; for having read that .1ie in her conquest, and perhaps excite tany p cat, is extinct; partly because represcir,' I replied,, 'and that,nevertheless, rei-ned over every domestic arrangement.
course of true love never did run ::, revenge in his bosom. A young man may woman is capable of taking some care of it resembles yourself'.' Under a small mirror'placed a.gairistth'. '
hie is already preparing himself ifbra catas- learn great deal about his social nature herself, and castles are 1 -f ,... In- Tihe shades of the evening were falling wall, stood a., ihl,--all, .p,.ead wi'fh awliTe
trophe.aboeason, toootellsnhimrthateiteall
trophe. Reason, too, tells himn that it all and arrive at a very considerable know- deed, our piesent state 'ot civilization is around us, and we had just commenced the cloth on which was laid the evening meal.
must come to nought. Passion, ove of dge ot the sex, by an engaement bro't founded upon a surrender four tastes and ascent of a long hill clothed with the forest She would not partakQ' withoutt her hus- .
love, -urges him on. 'He sucks in melan- about by friends and aunfs, un-der the as- pasions to reason and law, no less than trees, which overhung the road, enveloping band !-The little ones had Iomg belbre ta-
eholvy as a weasel sucks r-',.' It nour- probationofparents. This is the hot-house te giving up certain privileges fur certain it inglooal. The spell of twilight had fall- ken their bread ail imilik. and 'ere ?l,.ep-
ishes him. He hopes a.it hope, and culture of love. In this case. hlie may be pr'eeton in lif, and property. We ta- en upon my companion, andin imagination ing sounly- teroge iacrib by the
eonforms, to his fate. wf o, e
c informs to his fate,. hme, wh entitled to privileges. HIe may take-the itly ig'c to conform to s"r'.?!'r rules in he was beside his young wife with has 'lit- side of a bed i -i!: in an rdjujiriniroom'
Happy may he consider himself, who lady's arm under-his own in coming fom couti-siip and marriage. 'I f ,i the poet tie rogue' and lovely babe upon his hi-r. -the infant in acradle b hl-lr : i.
gives his early romance of feeling, (we church, and in vv.l. broadwa." hie and novelist are driven to tell what people Suddenly lihe turned,and looking me full in, I partook with the happy pai of their
tlsht nd cel, a--d'iner-nevnig nill!,i rmaied o-bio.0i
will not call it love, in theapostolic sense,) may vit her at an hour between eleven think and le nl ove, rather that wvit the face, said respoctfuliy and with inter-- evening mochawhich w emained-relit uslv
maiyxvidot-aderaat: soyhaturrnbeceisnthelese-
tc aT worthy- object; one who can appre- A. ri., and ten ... ; lounige upon her sofa-, -y do'and o a y sos inar roiulace is the iest- untouched after we were seated, un'iil S he
Swear a silk pocket-lngndkeu-chier. -sad go y -.
elate the part she has to act toward' these wear'. a silk poc-'-t-han dkr chiTerrlp andi go 'history of mind' more truly now, "thftn A r'e you. marr'ied, sir, if I may be so lovely wife sweetly:-i!d. ._ liti, 'allvs.)ihght
young enthusiasts.' Woman is never so unperfumed: He may give advice about whei it was said to be 8 some rcat bold thedivitseblessing upon it., After supper -
worshipped, as by th_- younger than her- Mwalkinghoes, insist upon a siawl, help a Poor fellow !ie sought for sympathyv- tile sleeping ifint was placd in m-my arms
0 walk-ng nats. powerfsstas thata",_e.
self. No-influence is so powerful as that with India-rubbers and other occasion- Tihe manner of wooing among tire aborig- Alas, fororn biped that I was then, I had by the tend father. It wasindeeda lovely
shse may exert over her admirer--none so aloe"u elwstisisas b ietrs osn a u, aswme huby a s-lieepei n i-ch inu of sohe' elout,
she may exert over herc admirer-none si r. A yoon1g i an of sober b cs ouL country is delicate and respect- none to bestow child-a sleeping cherub I 'The eldest, a
salutary to him. None can so ripen his (non second-rate men ever submit to fuland whlat is meant by tile term roman- < I am not,' I answered : but I can pic- chubby,v r6sv-cheeked urchin Ofsome'four
tathi oeofeeaceadreieet.(oebut -second-rate meon ever submit to of ear
taste, his'love of elegance and refinement. ', this training,) will grow amazingly in this tic. Thie lover seats hiliself near the wig- ture the bliss of nuptial life.' ears growth it michief-was ats "take
cose.one can so siSuchd ai m one will son be cu-ed' warn of his mistress, and during the lons' 'Allow me to sa, sir,, that you can ney- tiromi their innerroom and shown tomb. It
mg examples of the world. She wil give EOf sse. -Suhsntnewil oohbcte
in eanipes o the world he wille of smoking, ultra hiskers, or any other ght, pours out the costaney and since, er judge rightly unless you do so friom ex- was a beautiful curly locked fbllowtenlin-
Smeaning'- to his sudies, and the idea o xtfavaace wil be coideed a ity o his passion throuh the rd. ThIe periene,' hlie interruted with some cn'- iature of :its father. Itoldhimso, andhe
extravaga~nce.Ie, tiewll e consIdered a Itld-ni o
beauty in his mind will call|. in him a 'safe mn ,' ad the old merchants if his ir 1is monotonlous, an( plaintive, and full gyv, 'I never knew what it was to be ha)- siled delghfuly,: while :his charming
respect for the beautifulin nature-and mor- father in law to he is rich will notice him of devotion. WVe all know how long this py or enjoy life till then.t I have had imo-re wif's lace beamed ml',-]:ipiilv v j'ihi,
als. LHe will revolt at, vice, and recoil a little. The prudent and iold ,i deotins lasis. They tra'p their squawsI real comiort in these live years, than in al! compliment had been I-',a hen'd oh li. ..ms lf t
isot alt'e il rxetanxol it i mueadpriFs.a it-leeigtafe-kseii jl l t -.li
from the Qii ;,-i..,i of sense. Wherev- sa he 'is a nice youg a,'-and every wit us ad promses. an inke them my life before. 0 sir. if you could see ight, aftekneeling ,I d ..i
er hie is, his divinity -is present with aim. body will pre te to ake a deep intsti slaves. Tle most ardcnt ,lovers do not al- how nicly I live ; there's mv littJe cottage, tamilyaltar. and lstein.i, ri a E ". -
S e I is v ill file a d 'w ip S body wd tend Il to- take a deep i cj-- Z, L, *.the 1i 1s of the you)# h lj, '
She is veilet it, time cloud, and whispers in him, and at the same time feel lor -him-s- ways make thi best husbatids': and thOTi'n i just back f-rom lite road, almost hIsd in the ti i th. yon.. -. ." -,
to him in the breeze. Hie dreams of'her noting M A sober serneiety shahl .indeeldi one may 'Sgh likle fat'-acc,' and write'son- trees, its little fio.,tr yvrd in front, which spirit of devotion an, h,,,:, e lai,?t.hlve *
nets tb hr f-ertnet l jl lal--i l y shall 11 1de ed. Jiote name, sto1 C
by night, and the thought of her by day crown his days, for a season, but lie mlay in "ts to his itiltrces c -c-bro .v '1such Mar,-tLhat's dyn wics aas sir-teiids soldsom known equally 'I. ,.1 r.d'oiv '
gives a tingedof romance to the most corn- not thus know the seness o te' p ots I eruptions of passion are safes-t at a distance; Ierstl;: aimd the golden beini, whi 1 Ioteand laid my head upon my.low.a
mon and laborious pursuit. lie writes a ove. Dear is the secret tre-sure of the and the volcano cat only be approached cultivate niysclf i'hn I am niot on the road. happier- and a better man.
'ballad' to her eye-brow, or to her glossy heart; and how like heavenly music does ithi peasic atnd success, whCit the 1ire Oh, sir.,it'vom.eoulh blt see the sweet smile-
hair; he paints the rose on li her cheek, that voice sound, that we have ru risks is weil smothered. withl :', Mari meets ime whenn I get to An u ppy married man.-T Sub
(for ourselves we do-not like red checks,) t h e l hort stl- Tc age we have endeavored to ilus- tthe house, the nice supper shei sets fori me, joied out pouring of minarried nan,-are
or dwells upon the sweetness of'her lips ineri th e vo ik iothsth t -c rate, is deeply interestin to the old and and hear lIe'r t-li howy tInuch she has missed from te Chareoi'CSI ,-i.'l.'2" f -a..
but it is a 'wothl ballad,' for -his instinct seperation-a m eetingt the young. 'Jh -ti l er love to lok hack i met and how often te Iitle nprattler talked Courting has bn ,', paade
cursoi of''years o sprain- il nill isirxi'itt'-o )am xiiic '- ),e-noog'.'a T)-as l.ne paradise,
tells him that she will love another. He a a pn agiai-t wesednt- I j n'iationi thewat faom tht happy
kn1-e1 sh-. hcs tt, no t tolovelhrip'tc soand tc "U ,--utoto--t1d't-
and i'tn'yin bra.h....n earai 1 eG~dMa, n -It ilearth aga ir. the ati_ hawig,
en expectdsheh ; l stsies are comnnmiigled on the cheek, ike ii tt" '-'IPl t') to hi' itpn l t ,' to' cali agin. 'Else fo'lwini
erexpectd tso t h od. o she could con- summer sunsie cooled oby sue erhshox passions, and perhaps to find their present art wellca ed ary. I' true, is a prX"tytcg.sld ,;i. -:e.,t i:
desen t tat-toloe iS-t b nd umer sunshine cooled by summer show....e i
hxdescend o t-to beehat-to love h'-to ed sft the i so i soe sea xprience.- Ih it'g lih set in dark. and we were What made you get married if 3you
from the tone of e- y iement.of a ay not even have the cx- Theimulus of a t latter grow strong in tope, as tihev near thle end of the stage route, whore wee don't like it ?" t
give To hml thoseeI_ I rv.: i-.tn,.A, cao A i, ea n. o a u rh tii i h x.x gin hein bosoms The energies were to chnse horses and driver. Little '+ Why Ixvas -deiadei into ;i "-a*
no-! -He only pleads to admire, to worship, jealous paig; and when the e t bc, o pant, r action I n.
to adoe. Man never iealy loves his i- comes, if happily it does come at all, i ti n t i i iin i bu. Iha dnoin action.h th h hbc with ight wikin nothing 0to do i.f ic v
o ar.will be a vet-v orderly air as t eI wUld all before them where to choose.: hihe a-,i them' from the dwe!"hugs on the so I went a courting No ,-'T',
wil.bea-rreorerlngsaiond hebrek-so I went a~eourtinor'.NO v,-..% ,, ,.
penor, nor woman her imfeiior.W hen a e o nly affair, and the brean- asd a self reliance wor-tlhy of chlivalirous road side. T Ie horses flew forward wilt enough; I' lhv'nt gt a word t-say ao-
p e r i o r Inr o adom a n h e rT herh o r esifl e w f o r a rde n .. ..1
the former occurs, it is idolatry, which ne- mg such feeble bonds will not strait a days, n period of life aakens warmer i'cieased speeid.tlte wieels whiled r ,pidl o aboun d agn
inurcieh courting It's about a; good a wvay of
er thinks of matrimony, not love. ... e s.pathies than tim?.-t of outh. full of ar- along tile smooth Iturspike, and lou' d and kill;s s I ko A ae
'And now the.day, the -hour has come,' But let it not be thought there is no ro- d,-- o eeositx, ani devotion. ohfuh t dt- fLeqnt eurt of the ss l rng 1ah wacm- hea-d go n -ce ig as I know Wa sh
when our 'lover' must, wake from this mance in life, because we contend for the oun, fane s take eat, leost like hu it e ai- or f he lae, put oo- a cleat dicky, and go
I iou g an must take care, lost like him in the air over the heads oft-le leaders.- ad- tal,- ...... ... 'l~
wearnganda of'thiseary enhusasm fasZnnIugey or molasses
-trance of youth, and wake he will, like wea-ing away of this earl y enthusiasm of ,v left thie caravanserai early in t hie We were entering the native village of my csyforean h surtos
hef th (a-axais~iai am- r n ~e e x. c-c atnimg te iatie illge f i5-cams- furans hoau- or two-to say fiothing
Rip Van Winkle on the mountains,-to fiud passion. The romance of reality, the ro- u ring, and as ed fom Is ath by sctmneital and happy companion upon the of a few kises behind the doo, as Your
all changed.:.The li.ly nay meet her sance of good sense, is the deepest, the the flowers and siyren sons about hi .uns- coach box. see e i y -
ie t he nl nSw ev etheart goes to tile step w ith y~ou.;
"tue love,' ohe may pen the secret fullest, the highest of all. T hat is not til nitht set in ad despair took possession Do you see that light, sit-r ?' hIe inqui,-ed When I was a single man,flu, oI,.l"
by a hasty avowal, in some hour of mad mance which hurries a ycong man into of hisS oul lie e lso sit own iand weep within a tone of I looked in thdi- ed i
the arms.-of his -isistress, and brings both .wadedalo w E .is
pa'5ssion, o'r may- wake naturally, ias one," ,In ...-.,Z.3
passion, or may ake naturally, as one to disappointment and oert. It is mer bitterly over a too improvidet haste, and rectio indicated withi his whip. One light e an onbs ; I was a pasenger, pa-id.
-wakes rmsleep, when e has got noh to disappoinne and poety. It s me ras yielding to his impulses, burned hiher, i brighter, and more cheer- my levv, and had'nt n", ilm mor.itodo
There-are, ways enough to break ur ly nonsense and folly-ssnort-sightedness I tIan th rest. h it but sit do n a1 nt i e a'btton.d
younflrveFtou i-cthan1 -u-.t iret. wthit is in dwn iMary's Lxviiia aton
youthful dreams -Then despair and tho'ts and rashness. It is thought that we must That brit light is in Mtry's window. fr any thing. p s' ibs
-ornniopos g tobtheatc n n ter- omolla r s get
ofsuicide may bee in Iri mind, while one be uncommon, to be -romantic, no matt-er Tj e a ve t ,ie aaeinaMh. lie said 'sle ahwa.vs sits there wvaitingr for upsot-wel, I walks oil; a" eas."sthe
might count an hundred, and then a flood how alse and natural our position.- 'All in !' cried the stage agent, as hlie turn- miy return. .' ,w' sir, I will gladden le ma to pick up the pieces. utthel I ust
,of tears, long or short, according to the Novelty of circumstance is often mistaken Ied the handle the door. iThe coachman heart.' iea bh
.hIaIt.' .3 take a wife and be hanged to mne. It's all
secretions. He :di,--.,dv feels better. For for- romance. In love affairs, some, there- or 'riv.' as be is denomintated in the par- As he spoke he drew his stage horn from v well for a while t afterwais, its
the succeeding ',, .,-. iontis, he will be fore, run away ; a lady marriies her foot- ianee of En.gland, tili this announce- a bucket in which it hung, anmi placing it to neu hike aw ni an uttowiu.
is nno nce-3,4_i_ to phaguy like oNw-ii g an u-psoto m u.
,much by himself; and spend his hoursmi man; a master his mnaid-servanti. ie ment had been tistlessIV seated upon his his lips, blew a long and cheerful blast.- hat did get by i" ontinmdGa-
o, O r ,ve m mistake in these peo ple is, th at I"r ..
reading, walking, thinking. Our 'lover' is mistake in tese pople is, that t box, with a hal smoked log nine project- TIe horses, as if catching inspiration fom naie .': of t i nterruption.-
rather shy of- women, and he is become- they make the world stare, and somrnetimes f | ip, l tie o the sond.dartd ahead ih eeed swift- How i fun h i o -
reserved. He has something he does not laugh, the actors are aware of their true ut- -ibals in th pls tofhisefhasthd.shook ness,asndd thIe nextas otienit thse coach wvhrelsi t amd tine une. wiw dee wn-
tell to any. Still he is sorrowful in his relation all the time ; and the end of the them slightly, -and with an air professional. werert ratlinatnig merrilyy overt'htle paved street fr conrn this is. hae's. the fun of
-areefforsoo ply hvingcome thicurainswheW1a
cheerfulness, and his smiles are efforts to play having come, thecurtain, w-ether of settlinI himself tihe while with a forward of the quiet-village. bit h t c it s thefunof
conceal tears. He grows apace. How..green or dimity, having fhlen, the trial be- inclination of his body more firmly on his Te stage rolled alon the avenue like for e a atn ear
ripe his thoughts How manly his de- gins. Goldsmith never said a wiser t mig st-. Drawing themt through his'finers, street cnd stopped e a th ied o the i o f owai goodsprcePn .mo-
Dn-a1-td of ei-y om such rmonsemnse for other pop?
portmentl How respectful to women !- than his remain, 'that he is a great fool till he ascertainede to his satisfactiioni-that prmicinah hotel. The driver dismounted And thei.as for doing what you like, there's
In a.yea"or oso, our 'lover' will make a who measures .his happiness byvwhat the they.pulied~upon the bits oflhis four in hand and surrendered his box to another, with a io such thing. You can't clear-out whe
capital iu-b,'d. w world sthmks oft it;' and we complain that equally and unifbrmniy, he took his lmng harsh voice aid vulgar manners. : I dis- peope'^ o gy s ho
We commiserate those who mistake there is so. .uch, got-up-rusan.e im love whip, constructed of an oaken staif, some liked him at once and determined to g'o no can't .. mo
nd wh' y i a- a much acting, smuhi five feet in length, to which appertained a farther that night, for my curiositv'was sax Y "e-ou go nabber
passin fbthtlove amdwh turre inonmat- eand to wvhat tho 50wd in,,~ toa.wa misust haeyou. "Yo can't g.on a spree;,
rimony with those whom nature only in- regard "wathe xo-ld will say, t a halt nearly twice as hlng. flourished this roused to see mote of my i,-wv friend, for -hen you come-home missis^ t icks up
tended as in-trs,,,,,,i. to fit them for mar- matter so entirely pivat- i its mature.- a 'of s station scientificallv and xxitht Coachiman,' I said to him, yo have the devil's delight. You can't teach her
trying somebody else. Thss is no injustice It is not unfi-equent to .find tihe characters the grace of a professor three or four times created an interest in me; I wish to go better mianrers-for constablesare as thick
-to women; for the benefit is often mutual, in the latest novels and poems being acted hi p wh h d w i you to -your house : i shout be grat-
Women have as much need to -umndergo out, with much straining and effort, in the reot of he snapper close to the ears of itied in witnessig your domestic'bliss.' nothi Instead of e y' a'n1
ri ,ld;s ,,:;i,;1 ,.'.., .en. Very false, then, very world we walk iu. W\ e go to tthe of lier s isapof wiuld y a e dmes bhier.' tt Inst.ca du
is te course of those parents who mm-c theatre, amid shied tears witli tectius 'T-t-t ict cam !' accompanied this start- replied ; I was wishing to ask the honor 'When you ikelovy,'ik it was in'ourt-
thv,-r d,.lahn..rs within wall's, and teach characters before us; but onreevs arc riot hug salutation of" his favorite bards, and of you, vet was aft-aid it weuld be too b-old vat all hoT
thiem to regard a man, unless the one chos- blinded xvitlh grief, because we know it is aiay they spras tossing theii slensder in mie.' b So'ur its ard cold ptats ; cd a
en by thyi] :.ely, for a husband, as akind 'all in fun.' The very next day we have heads in the air, and flinging out their fore 'All ready gentlemen s; cried the new table clothes bad off for soap-always
.1 dangerous animal.. How can a woman a ,eca fac simile of this unreal distress, in 'legs 'ide, the hoofs clattering Uuon -the coachman, ascending the box. We are darning amd mending, an-d -nthing--
be likely to select a proper mate for her- which the actors are only. kept fi-om crying ronmd pavements of the streets of Provi- wairinc- for vou sir.' c"arned and mended. Ifit wasn't thmat Iam'
.elf, when anymale person whomfse may themselves,. because they have the- excite- dhese. The ratting of the wheels, the loud 1-.:.. I1 men my valise, dr-iver ; I shall go partickelarly sober, I'd be inchined to drink
chance to meet, immediately, fm-om her lg- ment of paying a part. T he pageant of cm-ak of the lash, which with repeated re- no farther to night.' -it's excuse enough. Lt's heart-breakiig,
inorance. becomes invested with a mystery the funeral keeps the mouners' eyes dry. ports.still playedskillfullyabouttheirheads The valise, wilm a heavy sound, accom- amidi'sto'tt ve scha-pa
.which may easily be nourished into pas- It is only at home that we feel sorry. amd flanks, and encouraging interjections panied by an oath fm-om tihe driver, struck in my gizzard of monnmlgs. I'm sowiser
sion by a warm imagination ? Perhaps it "When a woman of sense-let her have of the coachnman, momently infusing ad- the galmleiy, amd witht a flourish and crack able I must stop and sit on the steps,"
iS n,_tl -t'. it.i t,,.- much to affirm, that most beauty too, (and she will, of some sort, if ditional fire ie-.to the spirited animals. In of the whip the stage rohhed away froom the What's.the mrntpjr nrn, ?'7"

unhappy conectio'hs in i. Sri iage arethe sMe be sensible and amniable,) '-, her. a few minutes we had left the town, and u inn, leaving me standing beside my friend Im' -getting aggravated.. My wife's 4.
result of passion, falsely, d-i..,in.;-iitled love. heart to, a man of established chaiaeter, wreflyimg overthe smoothturnpikewhich the Benedict. savin' critter'-a sword of harpness---iie
The less of passion matmonthe bet- o hPs d e u e' asthe ly in matrimonythebet- whopehapsmmas 'siwasunication either After having engaged a roo for tIe cuts-the throat of my felicity, stabs my
ter. Life then, if not wedded bliss, is se- got over his feve, and been out in the for the mailortravelers betweenthat place night at the inn, I was, in a few-imiinutes, happiness.chopsupmy comforls,.alsni
ren..e confidence,, .and respectful affection. *world dto struggle for his.place and his rep- and Boston. II had taken my seat by the on imy way to the cottage of the happy hus- up all my Sunday-go-to-mteetings to make
.sion, from its very nature, must sub- station; onewho has kept his feelings fo, side of the diver, to obtain the prospect ot band .A quarter of a mile from the inn jackets-tor theboys-she gives all the wit-
-id>-; 'and it is better that it be experienced -woman pure by his chasteness, and not the finely cultivatedeountry through which we turned into a narrow and shaded lane, tels to the children, to make me spry and
in a barmliess love affair, and be suffered ,nin-h-_ too muhell with them, there is a our route lay, and draw upon him for in- at the termination of which a' light gleam- jump about like a lanip-ligliter--I can't
to-eni-or. it.'. like a tight-corked I:..-1.i ..,- romance acted ; but .it is all inside, in the formation respecting objects we passed., ed steadily-a beacon of love guiding the stand it-my troubles ,is ',e puwering
e, dnia-,wii focilv.,in foam and .i..rk1n:.. heart. The arrangements for the wedding My companion, thIe coactman. was a mn rniglover to his young bride, when I cometo -add 'em up." .
thin 1.:, n.z a\%av gradually in wedded are made without flutter, and our entle finely formed, athletic man, about five and ,ad walked half way to the house '"Oh'.nonsense! behave nice--dn't make
oi, ds. like the same beverio,',_ with a -lea- man, about the right time, walks with cobmn- twenty, with a handsome, good humored when "tie .gate of the flower garden was a noise in the street--be a mas."
k" k, Whj.c. h soon ,,l'r:'r'a stale-and posed .and -ignifie,: step to tihee house of and benevolent countenance". thriowna open, a graceful female hastilyvad- "iHow camlbhe a-man. when I belong
,nr",.Il d-. ev., Ill t ,- to n ',ti' ihis betrothed,, rejoicing like a strong man Imnvted by hus good naturedphsysiogno- vaticMd-towards us. Ie-white dressglanc- to som.ebody-else ,ors a'nt
T. here i. hard, ll t. be found a common, to run a-race. There is no giggling to my, I entered into conversation with himn. ed le moon, which wasjust rising above on y moey a't my owi-I belong
Ssay in', which has not some sense at the hide tears, but some honest laughter; there Ile was intelligent and eomnnusicative, and *the' t-, our figures, at te moment, to persosbesides mvslf-the old
one we 11nsid" .. ..hc ol
boitlt.n -of it; and though, tme one. we are are no melancholy faces, for it is a contract like all New Englanders in his station in w..-..,itrv dconceaoled, mine wholly so, in woman, and them three children. I'm a
aiblItn ti quote contains abhorrent associa- reason approves.. There is somethingnat- society, with a good common education. the a\i,."-'of an elm which overspread partnership concern, and so many has gqot
tiobns. vet fr the reason bve not-,., itis ural about it. He takes his wife like a In alluding to the subject of thIe projected the, p.le is bo '-Ie" .their fiigseisv in hie aill that I rmust bust up.t.
in'a sers, true. It i said, dhal -a reform- man-who walks by day-light. There are rail road, then in ,,jn U i,,tbL., weon B .Ji.. ".11vnti 1, 0ou?' she darted forward I'Il bfeatk and sin ovr-t-he ,,Ak ini trade
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-. ---..--- -- -.,,',,--- TlI.- C >rds,.,-l ,, of XVar, ar- M'oney. Matters.-C',r''-.til, r- mire re .- ... -.__,....
I t ..i ii. i -d h.ti'' ', n nid, niinin lr last, frn c I ,riel to the Review ." f l.- M i in a- -".. < A S .
-.---. ---. --../.."-'@.. 'r.',,,. Tliipii. .. We learn that she --brought another page, for tlh, itc ,'I L..' hangre, O T
\V I. r.i^S. M: .lv o l 3 ,, 1,000inh specie- &c. e are gI-id,, I.,,,.,,1 ,.. that most, : -M. R EDI a
S' Te f Ci-lla nii li. Cbearingthe if not l ou- bas are to paysp. inform hat t
}'. II- I ,., I,: h. 9 .l- aion. rd pennnf.C asailed- on -i.for all -thei rliabilities, anidmr' Iore tn w ien s n I
1 ( Ii ut. T..... ..... .. i i *- b i..,l,,- u s,. a-antSnatew O "Ban k of n, has commenced
L i. .Wednesday:-orninlastorTampico and' all toy announce that suhl is tlre pu, blir spc e patentaia nhatn tils Uiron ank
T 31 l: ii-"'l'u' p ; -.thence' to Vera -Cruz. confidence, they are not called Upon forit, ,f0that State, wd.expcied to do so in a
il't'i.i .U edThe following 'is a list of officers attach- and that people in gene a had rathe have
I.., I. ,;: "ed to the United S. Frigate theibills n their silver orgold. Thee togthe with almost all the o th-
"dit riI ii ir Cornmodhoro, A-. J. Dallas; -Flag Captain.IBusiness is in a measure I ande
.ii in-'Ivsitation. I; Lieutenants, D. G. Far- by rnd by we shall be as aseve-.
-di.ij_, was done in C''1 1,.:1, to-day,s rap fJ1. f their smKll bills 'for se
of -. I In C s 2l to rautJ', K. W M nl, Win. A. Worts, J. -Boston Courier.
'I TheDuelReport was considered in the ..KiAist nt Surgeon, .GS ed. At the north, I perceive, that some re-
'..,. rilTe d t which has now last- wards Assitant- Su...rgo, \.. Crier, ori .l-,.ette f-om a., sumptions are occurring. The Bank of
-I I- d.... -hews dIsively,--.first, that ...Mulsby ; ActingM'M ., C. F. M. fri.end residing in Cherokee county, we Albany has resumed payment ofali ts .. i
i i, 'u-II averse, to oipotswoo; o. eestion tay, Major Ml- learn tha a most attroous murder was and is eportedto be ecivi a great
prl,-,a' second, that the.C m I;ur, J. DeB-ec; Pi. .." -I Math- committed upon the pc-son of Mr. James amount o specie than it pays out
i ,ri'. .,..: and, second, that the. Corm-- P .
l. I en conformity tot ematics, J. L Coffin ; Passed Midship- Copeland, atMr. Donaldsons jerry, near Will you tell us hy o Banks do not
ti'l, Ali ,n';. as-understood by. the iHouse, man, Stephen Decator, M Ross Gardener; the tovwn of Canton, on Thursday night of follow this example, at least so far as to
d .i n o..nf ; i L x hi ,- 'sage of the... Midshlpmen, A, Murrav. Joseph Norvell, the 19th ult. payheir fives, their threes, theirtwosor
,l. .nl Iifltl h1.:,sge o tne Ed. A'. Barnet,, A. J. ....son, Fen.hich
Ii ns .;,;i-- .i ih'. reis anax- Ed. A B A. J Bi-vso', Fe ch The letter informs us that Mr. Cope-, at all events their ones ? Let us hae Post
if g,:'t r,, pl in enson, John Guest LardiT Cibbon, land was sitting in his door, washing his Oiffice change, at al.l events-and thereby
ionIS d10;ifI'to' '.:trid -.-' I 'e-.- rplexing a Isaac N. Briceland,.J. Bla'kely Creighton. f
Siatr i ,,,, A motion '. eet, prparatorto going to bedwhen hear- get rid of the new issue Shinpaisters
I In wy -X I l "e-. A motionRob. Anger; Captain's Clek, .Palmer fpiepaiatot t,
lo'layv the.!. .,.b...l -,:. ra ibe .table, was Ja a P .ting a yard dog barking fiercely, at some and Tokens."
*.'j,-cea, Y,,. ,7. N.,-- 121. The.f-riends ', crs M t, rac lba; oat object from which the poling divided him, If the Bainks will begin gradually the.
.swanl, J; Bryant-; Gunner, v1ul CitV;
11 tl, menimbrs irplicti,,l. were tWil. 'wa, J Brnt;. G ne, W City; on scolding the dog, was fired on by the duty of resumption, will not public confi-
;nt v on the table th w ole subject, Maker, J. Burdi; ursc"s Stiat, assasin,who was in the road, on the pp- denee be gradnaily restored !' The specie
a), on the table the %% Davidson..p, o. deouesor.. .
I.*cauna it i:,ii.. l':. -i'. r- h i,-ties under vi. d sn site side of the paling. One ball. or shot, of thle Central Bank, supposed to amount
lhe follonwhun,is a list of the otloi'aos of
all ib.,- in, ,t'[..,' ,> ," r'-,.-,rt. ,'" the, ,- ,.a r oid i S a lst of a, wh.c sm el,, entered hsing up the chin, near the mouth, to near $100,000, is now in ithe possession
t.) 40.-" : the V andalia, Sloop of W 1ar, -whifch s;ile""n
..,i'. 4i. ,.... ii.o, fii I,. 'ull er- e. ., a ,-, and passing one side bof jaw, shivering teeth of the Union, this added to thie amount said
I "" ...... laq t NNbk. Com -na n ede: r JOhin Iroin,-n
--l',L,-tVr-:. "ii l f, i i .". b because t week. ,- Coman ..J.o..n .wi andnd bones t to atoms, lodged deeply in the to ha-ve been procured by means oftthle faith
"h- '*,..l,j.M n..,tta h ,-, a_ I,,. bcafortL GB, ,h .... ... ''"I A ... A r, ieneck ; another, passing-tlhrough the lappels f ilthe Territory, will ., I' ,.i a probable ag-
-t h fe -16mitn : I' lls .. .. T T u 'o h its coat, slightly graziim across the gregate of i25,000. Cannot we avoid
'a -.m Pilunmstead; I"ll-'. JaeS .I00oukS;
Mr. Al :liri& tiiov1,I.II [-tp1.,-, 5.-.i F, -, Gray in- A ,s ,ti I throat and passing. over the head of a lit- Shinplaistersand ...: Tokens, with this
I:tr. _ttlc i'.mi.dep.n it t'e jhotrcn-a isl I'-. .- daughter, wounding the scalp for an show of hard currency?
n--,, ella,, ,",V ,',,,i,,-.,, g on Mr..Green; PasscdMidshman. inchor two idl. lodged tie log of the MORRIS.
W'' ,y"clicV ;l li, '.1 I,. Amnonn, Qroodnai hose
0i1 "., .IItt,.n : t -. : N0. N ivsC 93 i .. 'l .. may ; C n ClThl C he alari-m was immediately out (as the : ro T-iE WATCHTIAN.
lMr,-l.'lei-:h_ l 1 .m'Fi..i thi'n moved Wilson ; ot., es C m assassin no doubt anticipated,) that it xas "The actions, nay even the intentions of
I -T i'ixii.r,[I lj ing r iln as-to re- nr D c' c .-esa- the act of Indians, and tile next day, pre- our great, men are'matters of public con-
..t .I .... :" -+"- IC-i t eh..
'i.:minit l4 ,'3 le hlie petitions o sented a scene of the greatest excitement, cern and should be registered in the histo-
':' I 11; *' ,,i, a' I .ne of which .. under that mistaken suposition. In ave- ry of the times." A sentiment so profounnd
,ii, rt t 11, ah it -c o c ,t
call for expulsion, withinstructions to re- ...'..te assa. is.tts L7l.. g13w- iy short time however, the strongest sus- as hitherto to have escaped common ob-
p'r ,-,n lh"~,~'s"-d. "This was agreed to' islatt(re.--T'his body was in session 112 picions were excited against a certain in- servation and yet so jsl as to commarlnd
eas 89." Na's" ,. "It was evident this days. At tthe present,-. *. .,. acts hiave dividual living in town-Ahtd is it not mor- universal assent, is quoted from a recent
wouli ptit th,-. itll rI exa'lywxhereit Woxv passed? .,vl,-,it;. 1 th i- ,--.u .t State bonds tiyin gto humanity, and to our caste, to publication in the St. Joseph Times, over
stands...al filut ifit would Le Useles to rc- to the.....,\ hig amn.:'ni ,11 i for the foi-' acknowledge this creature to be a wlite thie signature of' "Rodney." The astute
lowing purposes: ann author presents the "Card" of our fellow
Mr. I.-.. i r l-..'. to the- House ..to -,Western Railroad, N. 100,000 Mr. Copelani has left a wife and six or citizen, Leigh Read, in views so ingenious
.' :r,,i "ib I' i l il iit'. .at pi-rseat.- Old Co0on1 Rajilroad, 100,000 eight small children, who by his death, and novel, and withal in a strain so very
l," I v--, I't "-.. .i.. ,said. were in, J' -t'. Rairoad 0,000 are I. 1'. 1 of their only means of sup- fir '., and flattering that I, as the friend
'.j.-ni <\ ii, eichi otier" ; and, without '- I. !'''l & .- 1 Railroad, 90,000 port. of the General and in his absence. should
a fi.Ill I,.r,-.-could be obtained, he did not Thi-' ,-!l rters of the fbliowing ,10 bans The circumstances proving-the guilt of have considered it iny duty to g:ve pubici-
r r e elecalede se feral o thbeai at theT-eI
li,~k-i, pr-pcer to proceed on o important I'- epealed-; seral of th- at the i- the accused, are of thie strongest'character. ty to my admiration and sense of gratitude,
-ii ql,? ;H mb'ed an o,da6unmeitit, quest Of the directors, viz :- commercial He is confinIed salv in the dunngcon of our but that 1 expected to see thie article as a
which %vas lost.' Various cffori'-ts were. Kilby, Oi-ental, ,ulton, Commonwealth, Jail, where the good people of tlie county matter of course, transplanted into thle
Smade, but .. ....t 'v h .i .. t.-o brng, tle ranklin, L ,0r kli,'. .. Middlesex, Roxbury, tunamtio.isl: determined him to remain, Watchman, or duly hororcd in the Edito--
s.uubject to a close. -: aind Bank of N..".!'. Thie aglregate until Icgaly dischar-ged."-Standa-rd of the rial. It is a subject of regret on all sides
T t Senate. were',, .,.pt'I to-da bn- capitofalofthesbank's:wa1s 4 millions o i- that the writer should not have'read with
i. ( i'. .Ijl',I RIesolutio in rc atic to .. .. _, his own eyes, or if' lie read the "Card,'
a ]l l;; :1.so lutio'l in reaid n on to
(i.. .r. ic..RJ'he'discussio (id not,,how- J -'ItaiBt /os Tcxas.-The last ail should have so strangely misc,'ceived its
Sv.r. i Ili- mrits oftli I Beauties of Ba;ng.--Tlhere areo fiom Ncv Orleans brings us information meaning ; for hs elctios, although "not
S.v c\'rn'; : -related to thi Comamitte fo x oI our readers ,who are aware of the of considerable interest. The Texan Con- ostensibly of a political chaate" n r di-
In lr.miDI_. -. wIi was i-r;,Ji, referred, Yeas vast -losses \vlieh-he community sustains, grss have adopted unanimously.a rosolu- reacted to a sinistr end, nor stamped with
27. N' ''h. The Committee will re por-t from tlie present unsound and rotten sys- tion instructing their Minister here to wilh- the slightest color of disguised malice, have
',-' ,r'.t il. -- tern of '.,l ,'-.,-,.. which exists in this ctun- dra-, unconditonac the application of yet a tendency-and it is their chief effect
tr. If they were, tlichv wou-ldbe aston- t' te R'public to be admitted into the Union. however innocent of the design--to sus-
The following-roem the Globe of 21 inst. is!hed at the'amount of, and shocked with Thus hiaxe the Abolition Thigs deprived tain the cause of T ernt'rial place-men
c-eonfirm'is'prievious adv-ices. the stupendous and gioss friiuds of which us ef a vast-and fertile territory of the last and monopolists, by perverting the decla-
S. ASINGTTON, ,r.,iy 2. the managers of th"esc corporations are consequence to the South. Tlis is ancth- rations and exposing to misconstruction
LATE FROM TI]. i.I.MY. ,' .,,' i ciilty. Wecopy the following er "GLORIOUS WHIG VICTORY '!" time actions of their most formidable and
Weinderstand Ireppots have, been re- statenicit of the loss yhic-h has fallen Up- This is thIe first installment paid by thile uncompromising foe. Had the candid.
Scei'ecdat the -wxar dcparteent, stating that on t-he public, in consequence of the failure South foi the promised elevation of Mr. "Rodney" been apprized of the intentions
A 'li'r-t,-,r,-one of the ihostiles, hIad surrem- of eight of the Boston banks, firom Syl- Clay, .or some other National Abolition- which the General announced xith suili-
.i.'.il it ortI ,,-" .'I _,. eon' the .4th of vester's lREport,,the l bankers' paper, pub- Whig'candidate to the Presidency. The cieit perspicuity, his courtly aid gatui-
SAp~ril. Hewas found with 8? of, hispeo- lished at New York. .nextinstalment will be paid on the appli- tons annotations must have assumed a very
Spie, ai-',ng whomn was John Coowaya and FROM ISYVESrER'S itEPORTER. cation of Florida to be admitted as a State. different character.
"7 blacks, to the soutlh west of O cch-, PUBLIC L''SSES The Norithern Whigs have alrcadyv deter- In the "Card." Gen. Read announces his
,d. .v Alligato warn to return to his pPalltvh as x v rc judc' an mined to oppose the admission, unless sa- pat pose of resuming professional business,
,li. lvr as of runnelTs, collect a the ail yasweareoajucaianaw i abolislied.-Was/mton Chroni- immndiaiey, in the western circuit; in the
S, _, -, _- .. uardledl banr ing system -one i-de 'c ui l !s "0 which will
scattered Indians, and concentrate them at guarded bai ing system-one i wl middle district as soon as chicumstances
STI '- '1 L i lilrnisln tile public Witl a sount1d amd-uilhOr m i.
,-ease-creek. I.It is iepml' cc,',"i,-ti .1 i th --- permit, declaring his conviction that one
e .. r 1 ~ 11 \ ,ir. ..illli II ,,ts.I ',.1.- c. ve open1g the rcsour-r o
that Coactooce, with a sniall party, can f t ci,,,... ., On the morning qf the 21st, we were yeai will produce the dtesiued change. TIe
-he ,e-.tild All ,-" ,'."o"des of tconieutlr'ylo.c1 and promoting its o--mrins
Sbe prvpetlcd onia .l.lti., -'ocome in also. .e. a rtmet of visited with quite a destructive frost. We allusion to his professional position in Mid-
'i a.in, .i to the above it-is also learn- business, yet weve uassen ow ne entleman who had-150 acres of dIe lorda is perhaps decient in grace
etI t h A45 Ih dr,17. .f wevca neveae ourwus a Iz.> s on
e. that 45 hndians, 17 pf whom ar-war-. '.i .... "- ... .-,cotton hIllIed. Our gardens have suffered and felhitv, but it has the merit at least
anS, 17 9f whom are x ci- to the creation or the sustaining of bank- cotoof beigrnssv foe
. riors, were recently c.,t:-,ir,,d bva adach-_ s s Ua g ,^ "0 tile. we iner fro th he following ex- of being suggested by delicacy of f eling,
I.w'IeTref m. t! '. .1 T. e11 1 a vol- ing institutions, professedly for' the public o er t the cause sed b'o any imperfecton i
riors: ,: were .," recntl. c"l bya,-d.-,tach]- tr'dt of a letter, firom a friend at the cause perhaps of" any imoperfecion in
It.-.0-I m-AI.- It.,I*..II u,.. .o 3d a- -convenience, pon which no tir r-es- '* phraseolo ; it was understood in
t., ,, I,,aints are im posed than the sole will of a' ood, Abbevile District, that the upcoun-
ll I t It I 'It I.adetdale. h t lhassee and could not be wholly s-
'., I ,. .'I ort I e cial.". .... .,orrupt nd pinn :rncipled set ofoe.r .s amdn ty has sustained m g atllm V.
'i, l..':Jmirailm.iil:,ui u I'-.I. !h Ap^ri,) .ictom-s. t n stg th c a We had a most killing frost this morn- conceived in Jseps.
-to.u, as.t..T .- 1-cewarfare i agis al m. 'he corn in this neighborhood is bit In his elaborate eulogy on Gen Read,
~,* .. '.,.:."'* A i pierce wcadre, is Waged aCU ....y -t he m'.. i "niaa--_i nt o .ft..he ( + .. ...", to thle ground, and som e cotton. T he gar- ; R od ey pronounces an unqua iied en-
,,. ,-.., -' o *,who by thw e mismna-genent of some5, Ie 01 til nt o nstiutin
'. A-I r lf ti-i', sxuI (4 a.) A.d/o- a, compelledto bear the loss of dens are all ruined. Vegetables of nearly comium on the outlines of a constitution
/ ..', t i.l :X ,..; p-''o.i iirc L puel u U LU ic ,i_< s '1. w x hih hle ini r s ,ti s has beein ,.J i r" i to
S,., ..' -t, c..,t -t?.,.nl.in-o il'a o!lowxmng m lio in ,t ito wnold be more mar everv description killed. e have corn-
l.illousn;e.- eothwse... menaced the second time upon our gardens. the people of' Leon, and considering furth-
-. .. R.,-,i,'': .ltr Am ',., .. Cap- we haver taken it othe pains to colect the It i thought by soeme of our fares hat er deliberation or action on this import
tu,, IowARDT-, H u :hIv' ,n- "4th, Kcv- i'incial items 'osheat s t sugfmed severely."-Eugefae d ant subject, an unneessar expenture
\ t I8th nlt and 1ey Biscayvnp 3d iiint u o -he publc by reason of the recent Advertisr.h d bet, dis
arrived iat this port.on Sliii .-:, last,'- bn k, 'iu at te s vhii __ llUm iit=i licaiol by tic^liumiatiodi.
.... -* ,' .- .... T .... 'T.+.- Dank failures at tne Jasl, wvhlci we sum 1 "+', n ,
l.n'rn Iliat ',1.t-lINEYOfF-ortKing hay-- ,'sllo's Singtar but Delightful Spectacle.-In To hnim '. i. kes piecsis -n nates
.mg, ,:'.tll -,.d a squad.f'om wlom e obtain- consequence of the election of Mr. Ell- with such devatio as to make a public amd
cdl-l,,.' rvintelligcice, has gone with American Bank, Boston, Circulation, orth to the office o Governor n Con- ostentatious boast o this virtue, amwil-
Sdetachme,,', of 160 dragoonsan-d .artillery i t m- the Chistian ta ler wo sto to f i g pcson
-io atltak S,ni Jones,who,lt willbc ie- Commercial; do. do. 200,000atnecartfordt on a ommunio Sabbath, wil fats wh zeal moreliiervaitn: I am
m~irl-rr,. wxa. diven'to the t pass along Fulton, do. do. 200000 have thesatifation of seeng the Governor therefore wholly unable to account for tis
iFfiction of the 'ntlme of a constitute i at-
tle ,'l ,,uli-, -p..i,,t if Florida aboutK Ke KLayet, d. do. 200,000 and Chief Justice of the State, (Williams) tmibuted to a prutioneofadobsi ous-
ni t "- is iki d dO. 200006 srvin in the huble oceofDeacns of o. ciiidobou
as i tat. .Commond ealthrdg. do. 100000 in0 -mh-i we venture to say, they find more' utility, but upon the supposition that
7 ;..,, l 'e S .,;,: (' i" h % Dnegotiated Middlesex, Cambridg e, do. 150,000 i -a c o t in te high and in- the flm a source aen to le do u-
had be;_n 4motr. xx l nll his immediate" fob To f c. c a to $1r550,0 0 portant post to which thev have been call- matio11 fl-o a source alen t the docu-

S.-.' t Srrlr,: r i.e c', .. ones, the chief To add U. S. deposits in Comrn- Or ent t ad 1 g t a so
ft'UMfc[[isiiant,.. 'liS. assassination is nmonwealth. 850,000 the victim of so coarse a hoax, if he at-
'h' a ,-;1m the Dor". in Middlesex, 50000 A DueL.-Two persons, belonging to tained his knowledge of the article f-om
S.,-min--'! mu.hl x,- h-a-. told that many ofe Individual deposits about 3,000,000 galena, Illinois, one of whom was named others; of so strange an infatuation, if he
ni ,'- i'.'_ ,or i rtvoops to 'allow Stockholders' loss, 3,000,000 Stean, and the other Fies, met in person- actually read it. Instead of the outliness of
theri t., rem- ianii a n-ia t in exterminatin And we-have a grand total bv these 8. a] combat on the20th ut. on the ice at the a constitution," the circular discloses a the-
t1ii-.-late tlit.c ..", 'i .,-'sand the Micca- 'hiks. of0 8,350,000! Some small-part mouth of Fever river. The Backwoods- ory or confession of faith, or rather indui-
-.-.< o .0f this amount may eventually be.realized man,-which 'relates thme affair, says the ges in a bi'ef speculation in regard to two

I.'le ,-,I i!. -h:t, I.,.[ ,: l r,[v aed by the holders of the notes and stock of thermometer was 20 degrees below zero, or three important subjects embraced in
'lfiu..- 1,.,x',,.l',-. peiiti,-,S, have to te concerns, butwe look upon the whole whilst their blood was at boiling heat.- our State constitutions, to wit: ti-e elcc-
|1. V1tn- ion:.ha11g7toVconsr blut-we look upon the, whole w ^^; (20paes)an t
._uae Ila to .;qin ,,r sqadron fo.r Vera as a total loss. They took their position,(20 pace s,) and tive-fi-anchise, the Judiciary and some oth-
('r. This squadron is d,.taclie-l to pro- Thus hav'&the.community been ROB- at tie word of command took steady aim; er topics on which Candidates are accus-
te rtu c itmni,-, front the oinseq:,:- i .s BED of more than EIGHT MIl[.lIO(NS but, at the very moment when they should tomed to discant; nothing like the outlines
.' -... i l,,.cka .. .. of dollars during the last winter by 8 banks have killed each other, 'the heels of one of a constitution were submitted; 1/hat Gen.
,i .."- d .... li, company, came in Boston-we say ROBBED, it is worse Slipped on the ice, and he fell without fir- Read expects to receive from his seniors
' ." d.w_ fidr an westp to Ke]han robbery, for whenY th hm in the pistol of the other missed fire, in years and experience, should the peo-
.d "'th lad,'o,"' iKe:west, to-Key th an robbery, for when the highwayman
Msen n' n.and then.,: siricl in the CampT- -puts his pistol toyour breast and demands but, in the dreadful anxiety of the moment, ple of Leon return him to the convention.
S orSt. ..in' your money, y know what he means he was not aware of this and supposing None of his adherents in these latitudes
"bell. fo-r St. \,.igulstin,..l P :.. you- oney know wwhaet man he.nSuda mdeh. Noneno Teooftthe his adhaermetnfthes ehaki inhs ntgnitashhsaehshae hogh o isittig emprio
-Oil ,nv d ltl G'ernmrTacon butthosewhohadthefmanaemntoftese ie had killed his anitagonist,.as he saw hiib have thought of' instituting a comparison
tl- Ha'arIn. b-ein- rcailed'bv hisGovern- banks knew their conditioA-they knew fall, he took to his heels to escape arrest between him andWashington, and if a dis.
meimi. rl', left ain'd ev'erv dei-nionstralion that the'public confided in them--they took for murder, and has not since been head' osion of this kind prevails among his
o s t i np r v a lsfn o, +i
i rc-,ct -f> jlO c h;,lat.,itanits oL-avana.- advantage o that confidence-defrauded -fofi. friends at St. Josephis, it must arise from
He appointEspelata hisouccessor, under the community of EIGHT MILLIONS, extraordianry powers of imagination.-
el, I loa uts The Edit orto the Western Protestant,
ihotuiit-. is ti,-uglit. thte admirableandeffi-, and nrow shield themselves fromputish- T Editor of the Western Protestat, which, to confess the truth, I have neard
cientvste of lolioh ,mtrod-c1COd bvTacon ment under cover of their charters. Can made, some time since, some remarks in ascribed to the natives, together with a
Il of "p"olice -;il-l ad o' l' +"u"derrcerenretofmehnir-sterrusrs.saCpearane
iill be contii ud,au arnd an orderlvy anquil- anything be more gross, more wicked, referenfice to the mysterious disappearance proneness, said also to be indigenous to
et _ve in tleJ." /. more dep'raved?. It is unreasonable to sup- ,.of a femalefrom the nunnery at Bardstown, the soil, to draw on its unfailing resources
,'. .... .pose, tha_-t; te po,,ple of ti-ic. United States -i which tended to involve deeply the char- with uncalculable generosity; but even
~~~pose,, eI of th" ICI e U n ll7 U l~~ited States -
(Jur account, 4 froii. TA ipa, by arrivals have, lost during tlhe past year m"..han acter of a Priest named Dupare. -A suit with the aid of this explanation, lean hard-
tl'is'wee-kJav'or the hope'lhat-tf[e Indians FIFTY MILLIONS by banks i,0hwavy was commenced immediately, and dama- ly think they assign him a place second
will nuw surrender ndg''e. It is te nnd another? W'e believe that sum wi-, ges laid at $10,000. But a jury of Nelson only to the Father of his country, although
opinin'ofrimani intehliguct ent.heem Tnh,1 Ilal liar .hort of the actual los's wnich.the county brought in a verdict against Mr. the fact came to us endorsed'bv the imr-
..ave take-i prt in th e late ditieuilties with peopIe of this country hnrtu ain tfrom.Ric Editor, Of one cent and no osts! posing name of "Rodney." At all events
-i. Sem'inolcs, Ihat there canliot now be ihoe rottenand fraudulent c,:iim.i" it -- the neighbors of Gen. Read do not concur-
* '. ile than ,r or 100 warpibrs "who .till is tifiA. sy.tlet Wxhicml esxs l, i'r mrh,- th,' A armerlcn Scotland sowing a field of in this estimate of his claims, if it be sin-
S-tandout. Future. our e Mios'wil'raih-I r ,oi rr i ,e'I oi he. peoplko ..l-'i's -fs.- -, Luip. appropriated a ridge to 'fie use of cere, if it be only a diplomatic overture
"be irn ln\i' in hunti.i. haLm 'i .aihtiv-,. %ln e x1idh; 'e Fed. rrl part sk t, n1. tlIe pI. li,'.wiithl this-label,'You are request- tfor the same kind ot coin, I anm compelled
'. .: .'I P.- P -... "',' ,,;. in. a-,T tdtaoed! e -- ,ei.,'h_...w this spot.' to declare that w e are conscientious under
S- .- .. ; /. +- .
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present circnmnstances, to requite their li.po-
liteness by pronouncing tih'eir Townsmsan
second only to the naval P:.. 'whose
name hlie borrows, jpro-ha vice." -
In brief terms, we consider r-Gen. Read
aa well informed, talented,, ''ii., l,.. :ii'id.
i honest man, second to v NONE x f lique,":
which derives its wealth and -priovicial
power from court patronage.-or a c -,,-d-
eracy of monopolists, and on this'compar-
ative merit, they go.und their modest par-
tiality and their reasonable preference.
In withholding from Rodney the honors
-due to his illustrious namesake, we must be
understood to limit our conscientious reser-
vation i o deeds of artms ; to his scholastic
attainments so forcibly displayed and
thrown out as it were accidentally in a
metaphor, and from mere exuberance of
ideas, in the communication that rIXED
stars ACT, and upon fixed principles we
render cheerful and spontaneous homage.
From ancient authority we learn that the
Stars sing; they sing together for joy:"
from more modern love, that there is mu-
sic in the spheres, but not until the advent
of the oracle of St. Joseph, have we been
blest with the sublime hint-that the fixed
stars act either in the orderly, undev-iating
and appointed routine of operation, ordain-
ed from the beginning of time by fixed and
irrevocable laws 01 in the holiday gam-
bols in which it may be their humor sume-
times to indulge. Why did lie reveal on-
ly so much as would stimulate a vain, and
hopeless curiosity ? The sage in his easy
and careless canter through thle St. Joseph
Times, crosses a section ofi another of the -
exact sciences, and informs us that it is a
maxini in Physics applicable to all cases
for practical and experimental purposes,
that large bodies move slowly in proper-
tion to their size. This precious dogma,
delivered in the purest and most perfectly
abstract form of didactic philosophy, is be- I
yond all question, true, for it emnaniates
from no less a personage than the lover of
' precision in dates ;" but it unkindly leaves 1
us humble tyrios in thle ocult sciences, to e-
laborate, by appropriate logical deduction,
c r ,I ,.5 applicable to the afilairs ofordi-
nary l,, it appears however to be this
suppose an iron 32 pound bail, the larger s
bouy, be propelled by the force ofgun-powv-
der from one cannon, and at the sane time r
a ladv's pincushion from another; it fb-
lovws by virtue of this maxim in Physics,
that the pincushion will get the start, and
for aught we know, hold the advantage in
heels," nay, inll the absence of supreme 0
authority to the contrary, we solicit the
authority of the St. Joseph Luminary do
In the end, most execution; and that a "Go-
pher," the smaller body, can upon sudden r
impulses leap with more alacrity and over t
a broader space than a stag, the larger bo-
dy. -
We are favored with only one or two
transient glimpses of the new philosophy
of the Rodney" school, and whiie we
cherish a confidant reliance on the benign
disposition, to give us gratis further illtumi-
nation of the same kind, we make bold to b
request, that any future doctrine issued ex
cat/hedra, may be delivered under circum-'
stances of a more sober common place
character. Before the reccip' of tie St.
Joseph Times, Gen. Read had actual ,giv- I
en attention to professional' cases in tihe-
western circuit, inmcontorimity to his adver-
tisement, and our construction of it. ui--
ded by our own astronomiical system, tile r
simple people of Leon, reckoning fromrn the '
date of the "Card," considered the year
as but just commenced, and were looking
forward to an entire revolution of tihe sea--
sons for tile natural evidence of its termi-
nation. It is not sur'rising thierefore, that
they were quite bewildered by the assur-
ance of the Lake Wimico siage, froml
whose ipse dixit there is no appeal.) that P
Gen. Read would commence prac:ce one I
year hence coupled as it was with oc-
cular demonstration, that species of evi-
dence on which plain men ar c most dis-
posed to rely, that he had already engaged .
in professional business. How was this
apparent contracticiion to be reconciled ?
Why the sage had mounted his Pegasus,
and galloping past thle sun in his tardy r
course had dashed timrough the twelve signs e
of the Zodiac, while his cup bearer was
drawing the cork from a bottle of Chan-
paigne. This it is true, proves to mamkn i
the ieet of which lie is himself pitr mnuni y
conscious, that he is a real exquisite genus; ,
but be it remembered that such feats of l
ambition, while they astouid thle imagina- .
tion, impair the effect of'instruction, and t
should be sparingly indulged. o
I hope 1 shall be excused by the oracle a
of the saints, for intreating him whenever a
he maay favor us with another communica-
tion, to call to mind the hint that if he be t:
a votary to "precision in dates," there are t
others who relish rirecision in facts, and
that although fiction may find rest for the
soles of her feet in the City of the Saints, '
yet the people of Middle Florida, are dis- v
posed rather to embrace truth, honesty, c
and sincerity, as the most welcome guests, L
and that they do not consider the bluntness c
of Gen. Read, an insuperable obstacle to a
their confidence in his integrity and capa- V
city. ROWLAND. e

Sharp Shooting.-There resides in Front t
street, a gentleman. who in Castle Garden. v
fired a ball from a rifle, at sixty yards dis- ir
tance into the centre, and in a successive (
shot, another ball on to the other, so as to
fasten them together. The same at tile
Thatched Cottage, Jersey City, made a fl
trifling wager of 16 to 1, that he would i
with- a duelling pistol, shoot into the size t
of a dollar at 15 yards distance. He hit t
the exact centre, drove the nail, and had a t
six-penny piece been placed on the centre a
and its edge traced with a penknifelb, the h
centre could not have been cut out more e
perfectly. He has also hit a visiting card b
13 times in 15 shots at 10 paces. He has v
killed at sea 12 stormy petrels in 14 shots; i(
the size of the body of this bird is so small o
that it is supposed'by many that it is imr- t,
possible to hit it. The sailors are very j;
superstitious, regarding this bird, and ma- v
nyo viewed their destruction with fear.- v
New-York Gaz. s
Beauty is a flower, when spoken of ex- s
ternally, but the beauties of the mind ren- I
der a deformed person agreeable. i


:. '"'' 'B'ii';:..eA, M3ay 19, 1iS3*.

T- 'I .' I 3larket.-Bacon, Hamis 18 cents,
Sides 1F5 Elour, Northern,$12,00, Western $12
Corn 1 75; Coffee 16 cents; Oats 1 25; Cot-
ton, 8, a9.

0: The Editor's absence for a few days, and
a press ofbusiness, must be his apology for the
barrenness of the Editorial columns..
The Rev. Mr. Miles, from Houston, Ge-. will
preach at Salem Meeting-house, on Tuesday.
We are constantly receiving complaints from
our subscribers in East Florida, who say they
never get our paper. We know it is regularly
mailed by us, and if it does not reach its destin-
ation it is riot our fault. The mails between
this place and the East, are exceedingly irregu-
lar, owing doubtless to the Indian disturbances.
We fully concur in the sentiments' expressed
by Morris,"' in to-days paper. The commu-
nity is obliged to have change from some quar-
ter. The last Legislative Council enacted a law
forbidding the issuc of change bills. Those who
advocated its passage, doubtless believed that
the Banks in Florida, with their millions of cap-
ital, would be able utleast, to rake and scrape up
specie enough to supply the community with
change, and therefore wished to shield the peo-
ple from impositions by shin-plasters, issued
by Tom, Dick, and Harry. But notwitlhstand-
ing this law, compelled almost by necessity, new
issues are daily occurring, and individuals are
constantly becoming bankers. How long, we
would ask, is this state of things to exist? How ,
.l-,i are our pockets to be crammed with paste-
board and rags ? Cannot our banks do some-
thing to relieve us from these emblems of their
poverty, which are gathering upon the land like
locusts ?
The communication of "Rowland" should
have appeared some weeks since, but was
overlookeJ. The writer seems to manifest
some surprise,-that the article signed "Rodney,"
to which his is a reply, should not have been
republished in the "Watchman." Now we
would'inform bur worthy correspondent, that
though we respect Gen. Read as a high-minded
and intelligent gentleman, we have nothing to
do with his controversj-s mnore than with those
of any other friend. We presume he is not like-
ly to need champion to defend him from the
attacks of anonymous wrIters; thtei: assaults
can do him no injury. Ve hiave not time to
notiee such silly effuseois; and w'e wish it dis-
netly understood, that our stli'nd'rd isnot ha!-
ed tce G on.i'lad or any other htiai,('s some nhave
erroneously asserted) but to "Prinm<'p-e and the

The number of lives lost in the bo 't that was
blovn up at Cinemnnat!, an account of which
we published in our last, it is ascerit:iined, is a-
bout 220 or 30. What- f hiorrible v.eigit of
nui!t, rests upon the teads of fhic officers of the
More than five hunmdre.' Seminole IJndans !eft
New-OTh-'rns-for Little Rock, Arkansas oni the
1st iust. We presuinme, tl;at so'fir ;s the S'e'-
noles are concerned, our Tndi:n '- ,I!t -ar-
ne.,rly at ian end. Tlie Mickasukie's, however,
nay yet g ve us mnuch trouble, and sonietime
nay elapse before they are secured.
The Ch-irleston Courier of the llt.h inst. s-ys:
-The Un'.ted States Bank of Pennsylvania,
through its President, Mr. Biddle, has trauns-
n.ttc'd to our Mayor, the munifice-At and most
unlooked for donation of $20,000, jn aK- of our
sufrerling citizens. We have not words to ex-
press our deep and grateful sense of such -a no-
ble charity. It wil carry comfort where deso.
action now reigns, and cause the widow's heart
o sing for joy.
Col. Whiarton has ma-de his escape from Mex-
co and arrived in this country.

Disl'ressikng ( '.', v' -' -The town of Mon.
ovia, in Gadsden County we regret to learn,
has been entirely consumed by fire, with the
xeept'on of a Kitchen and hen-house. The
ire occurred when all the inhabitants were ab-
Isct or asleep ; and the particulars therefore
cannott b.e arhrvd at. It is supposed to be the
vork of an incendiary. The church, academy,
* tnking-honse, post office and exchange are all
.one. We learn that most of the property was
insurede. Suspicions rest upon the cashier
'f the Monrovia Bank, as the probable inrendi.
rry, as it is believed he embezzeled a large
mount of the funds of that institution.
The ruin is so entire, that doubts are enter-
-ained whether the town will ever recover from
he shock.


Great men.-Alexander had a wry neck; .
Williami the Conquerer, in his latter days,
vas'scarcely able to move from corpulen-
cy : Hannibal and Philip of Macedon had
but one eye a piece; Casar and Mahom.
ct were trou-bled with the falling sickness ;
nd the northern hero Odin, is said to have
been little else than a compound of diseas-
es. When Voltaire was first introduced
nto ti-e Prussion palace, he was desired -
o enter a closet, where he found a little
withered figure under the clothes, shiver-
ng with the ague-it was Frederick the

Mlorning.-The best part of the day
fr most purposes, is in a great measure
ost by most persons. There is no ques-
ion of it. It is either lost in sleep-be-
ween sleeping and waking-feeble efforts
o arise-buttoning ip at the toilet, or in
a state of trifling indecision what to take
old of first. Let habit have its due influ-
nee in the case, and there can be no doubt
but that early in the morning is the most ad-
antageous time for effort ofany kind,phys-
cal or mental. What an important part .
of most people's lives are lost I Sir Wal-
er Scott's evidence in anything which re- .
rates to experience in a great performance '
will be taken without reserve. He says,
mhen I got over any knotty difficulty in a
story. or have had in former times paso
age in a poem, it has always been whW-.
first opened, my eyes that the desired *':
ideas thronged upon me. This is so much


lie case1 .ll an, in the habit ofrelying, she wa tnG'iC l a.l.,,1. as an observers .- ..-:- .
u pon it. a nd eavi.H to m ysel kw h en bam -of i ti,, "*S, ;n di 'l a I ,. ler of.the B I J Stevenson, H watch, from P'. .., i( I --. a...-.. .. ..
... I t- ..' s,- i I,-,d. n dret m ser - a t a lo s. W e sha ll h a v e it six o 'c loc k to h S : ti l ,_1l,.1, _l to a fi ne e q uiv a 1 _: t "i . I-:-it ; o in h t .o
au it,. lower bay, tremse ei.Am...,- pe -ei n~uc htthe f'niate Jetiboi outtinteCnvnid, o6
imorrow itriornmin.. If I have forgot a citr- lent .t.'-, hall er al- if .-.1.1 into slavery, P utu.ower tayh ree lastedd ci".irer tn of the institution, is ncwin successfu! o., Cn, n the C.n o ...oi. t' f
.cums..nc ......... a .cop o .. .-i ,-ve -;-" ,, i, strikincexam- da, Oi,-'l,.i',. bound to St. Josephs with 100 operation under tle upe ten o s Hor, Co tituio o te ate o .
.c opy -, -, id,,,, It. .. i.,........ _" e b n d t 0r u d t h s p e rintendllc v"of' Ive a iso [tort, a nt u i t S o l a .
it i's the'same Ihti I. think the.first hl ,,r I hl.. n -,I:.. n,... m bmn ed w ithnim m ovea- .lhds. M olasse. and 6 Hhds. Sugar, from Tri- -,-" l Mr. vt,. p v. b a "-d M a a.
with Miss Piare-!,( a 110
of the in,.,rinin is favorable a!',l to, bodil i- t.r,',1..lI, ili. summer of lastear dad. '. .... Tallahassee andjii vieit) to occupy O We are authorized to announett Dsr
strength. Among'rlht.r ( '.QIIV \v.hen-i N.,I a L ', I rl,'.ie'A' books was found near 13.-Schr. Welcome Return, Woodn, 3 days '- a young- man, I av abnfl_ to lJitl a smith's -her ,_,te. iI-]J -ht.: was r .',n apprehended from Tampa, wath passengers and Indian P attuainnint of tho nstruetresses, th'trusteos ns pr- .. 1,,' County of Jackson, i,, i !,: Conven-
by "." )guarantee that-every branch of F.male Edu- .-
anvil, by what is cll! hI tIIe h,.,nIn-.-t I and imprisoned,. nies.a cain, both usef, b and ornaoent', witl be taught tlon to form a State Constitution.
could only do this before 'b i!.,,i.';-:i- 1er propertv-was immediately con-fis- 15.--i'-. ',in,,' Arab, H'ungerford, fromnSn- -Iwitb bulitv. April 28, 1838.
required my whole s-trength undiminished cated, and she was loaded with irons and wannee River. T hle M0Ale Departnentunder the superintendcne
a oapof Mr. H1arris, is also in successful operation. We are requested to announce Dr. Tiios-.
.la te~eat xetin. -kept for, se-veral days, 'in the, hope that CLEARED.
*ythea least exertion. r I* -kpfo.svrldas nt.hoetat _, oi L nfr eh *Boa~rd can be obtained i-n respctable- faniiiias upop B. AVY 1;N, as a Candidate for the Convention.
threats and violence would induce her to May i Oconee, Lyon, fqr Joseph reasonblo ter ins.alis upo B. ', a a Candidate r te Conventio.
"w "- re0sonable tersa.t. M arch 10.
A 'aliazt Husband.-An unfortunate give up the 'names of her companions, with 1040 sacks salt. BY TIHE SECRETARY. M 1
married man wasvery ill-used by his Xan- The attempt was vain. She continued Schr. Rom, Harvey, for Apalachicola, with QKuncy, Gadden Co'y, Fio. Mty '12 .tf Ocy We are authorized -to announce Col.
tippe ; he was even treated with an occa- faithful, finrmn and composed, and was emr- sundries fi'om Baltimore. E:.. 1 74 1. 1HENRY WAsING'o, as Candidate for the
sionalliahin-.isrindsralledhimup- plowed until the moment-of execution 12--Brig Only Son, Allen, for Providence, -& i-.USEV bog leave toin- Convention. March 31, 1838.
di . ll frbiidsralla h mu poed unilthe mo t x uio in by D.N. avsleave'399baes oton
on'.lhi.aind at-a.t spurred, him on to de- praying for all around her, and'exhorting D N. Davs, Cargo 399 bales cotton. loim teir custom ers and th' '
I DN a s, C r o 9 al s c ttn,." thrat 'cutheyr h a--- p O 'P V e are a u th o rized to atn no u n ce C bl.- {
,clare that he would make an effort to he them to embrace the true faith. She was Sehr. Amizon, Randall, for Charleston, by that they hae ..,r.; -. :. e ar auoidt aoue Co.
Billow, ;o, i.. I -York, ROBT.BUTtER. as a Candidate for the Conven.
master. One day, not long after, his bet- put to death by the spear. The best evi- Taft Holt & Co. cargo 139 bales cotton 3 box- a very general assortment of tion, from Leon County. March 17. '
ter half was.-so furious that he found him- dence of the sincerity of this woman's con- as mdze. .. Dry-Goods, E SHoot, Slesii, lats, &c.
14 : -- B rig S cien ce, IT '" ... for 'N ew Y ork F trenc h S atin strip ed Wn e u~ n s "( ,e a re a u th o rized to 'a n n u c i n
self compe4ed-toseek shelter under the ta- fession of christianity even to deaths the 14.-Brig Science, *:. for New York rench Sat sped Printed Mus.bns, We are authorized toannounce Gen.
ble. Jost at this moment the voices of his fact, that she knew nothing of-the fame of by-Union Bank,-cargo 353 bales cotton. Do Jlaid do. do. .. SGAI.CER, as a Candidate for the Conven-
friends were heardin the passage. "Come martyrdom, and anticipated no honors for Steamer Izard. Jenkins, for Ockloeknee Riv- Do. White Satin striped and cheeked, do. tion, from Leon County March 7. -
6- ,"II 'f-ihU .s ].de s i t
out, come out," cried the wife, fearful of an her devotion. She. acted on the broad' er with U. S. soldiers. 6-4-- do. Cambrick, Capt. J. N. PARTRIDGE, wil se've, if eiect.
exposure. 'No, no,' cried the husband in principles of her conyictions of duty, and Sehr. Gov. Warren, Colly, for New York by Plaid Swiss Muslin, ed,'to represent Jefferson county,in the Con-
triumph; 'come out indeed, not I, I'll show received no'credit for her integrity from Taft nHolt & Co. cargo 257 bales cotton. EnglishandAmerian PrintS vention, to trame a State Contitution.
for once. that I am master!" .. any friends around her. Her age was 15.-Schr. Rob Roy, Minor for New Orleans, Englishi and Scotch Gikh -s, March 10. .
~ *. ,1 ,.. ..* l.. 717--; 4-'?..........r.............,...,.................................................... -' ---*---- ----------' -- ---------

....- urty-eignht.-i-Yat Uaz.
"An old Man would be ivooing."-There
is a great and very general, propensity a- Woman's Opinions.--Wooenare slow-
nrong the people of this world to interfere er to change their opinions than men, be,
with, each others' amusements and pleas- cause with the former they are founded on
ures. If a man hang himself, some med- impulse, with the latter on, argument or
dlesome Ipri,' II will besure to come along the opinions of others. Men's opinions are
and cut him- down before his enjoyment is only'adopted children--woman's their own.
cn1pl'lte ; and if one jumps overboard, the. Your impressions, ladies areso lively, that
lHur1an.1 Society will most surely get hold they .yield to'no reason, only to time, or to
of him an? annoy him with iil ,,1 ,i-.i, or a new and strange sensation. You.have,
tear all his'flesh off hims bones by rolling him too, a peculiar faculty, of forgetting your
in a barrel. But one of the most rascally -former impressions when under the influ-
modesofinlerferencewe have heardoflate- ence of a new one, whereby vou acquire
ly, is that which was practiced in New-Or- an ,i i '" ,1.1,. sense of your own infailibili-
leans the other day, ,N iM,' not only i,1,l,.i,- ty and unchangeableness, in the same way
a man of his comfortable rest on his wed- as'I have known people with'weak mem-
ding night, and two or three nights after, ories, who'never. -Were aware of the, fact,
but robbed him of his mbney--the very simply :because they had forgotten they
source and/means for i'.'1,, ii4m fti.iu. corn- ever forgot-any thing.
forts. .He was supposed to be wealthy
and :married a woman -rrruch younger than Love o-..,.-The particulars of a very
himself, which incensed about three or four ir.-i, :,. affair were related to us yes-
thousand turbulent and envious spirits, to. terday. The gay Lothliario is a, member
such a degree, that they determined-uipon of the-Legislature of this i .i...... 50
reOenge. Accordingly, on, the 'I. Id years of age; a man of respectable stand-
night, they, being well skilled in."cat mu- i and. the father of 12 .-ii..--the eld-
-.-hc" assembled at his house with horns, est a very accomplished young lady of 19.
Settles, gongs, c,,t -l!,,I. &c., and cornm- At the hotel where lie has been '.-_;. du-
menced a ser'enade, the, lik. of which i,-'- ring "the i. '-. a girl 22 years old, was
er before grated upon the, ears -of. mortal employed 'I! 6 week's ago as cook's as-
man or woman. The old gentleman ap- sistant. From this station she was pro-,
-.Jpeared at the window.'t1 .d '.., piteous- moted to that off chambermaid, 2 weeks
ly' for mercy. Thereupon, the spokesman since; and soon'had the pleasure of mect-
of the musical army stepped: .,',,.I and ing-the mrnember. He was immediately
proclaimed to him, that they had I ... ii an struck by her beauty, and ,'if:I to take
oath never to let slumber visit his eve-lids, her to the theatre. She stated the-case to
or those of his il-..ij,, '.r Ir.. .i.tvi he made the landlord, 'who advised her to accept,
a donation of V100. to the Orphan -boys' the invitation; which she did. At the thea-
'a, ii:. Whether the rascals didthirs to 'tre, the worthy legislator proposed matri-
tmim.i, .'I!m rIr haying lived single so 1. .ii._. money. The maid refused; giving-excel-
'which we a,-kii'', 11 I.',. deserved-some lent reasons. She said, his daughters were
plunishment,,r '.I,'lt .,! '.,ie..renvy'i !h,. ',..-.'I educated, anid she was not ; she was poor,
_.rtuhein marryinga ].r, l\.'u..' woman, hlie wealthy-he would be subjected to the
we ,arce not informed, but whatever'was'the ridicule of his fi'iends, and his Wife had not
object, -: I ..-: me successful, as % ,il be seen been. dead a year. A few days i,'t. Ih a-
*by the .' ,'.,, ,g card in the Beeof thle '2;tl. gain proposed, and was again refused.-
o01 m l I. ..l. W v. aM-e ,. -r' lii I, .', -. and a
T !i. T, ..ir of lr '(-i|.li i tihi .. "' hrrt.l i0 l' t-he mcT Iber was aT her f'eet._ -
Asylum .ei New -,i h-.,i,, ,'l,,.,\\ I.',-, .-,. ii could not, resist h,-r v -11 -. i.,,. .,.:. ;
receipt of V I ull. given by Mr. WVliiaoi 'and soft allucrments. !I.- ii,., ... -I. i.,
SBrand,,,f thm cLilv.-Boston Courier. furnish her with every tIh,,.Z she might re-
St' h quire, but he was again-dismissed, or rath-
A 'A t.;,,,''i;: C t,?r- i-',;,,1.-- ;, yV the fol- -er, she toldhim to consult !, .. .- i,'. He
lowi-ng evidence of honesty and punetuali- -did so-lhe consulted many of his brother
ty in d-. aNi,2. fronI the last hrdianapolis members-stated his wretched condition,
Jonrinal. l'.'M.-i'chant was correct in and was advised to leave Albany immedi-
is~~~~~ ~ ~ siae-i.-'. 5It~n:
his estimat-e of Is 'li i. ]i,'.s ability and in- ately. Notwilthstanidingall'this, he return-
tentions to discharge his obligations, and ed to the fair chambermaid--she reluctant-
.ook' a very unusual but sure way-of.test- ly consented, merely to preserve his senses.
ing it: He then, on Thursday, presented her with
"-It may: I.Tibeimproper -here to give many valuable articles, and on that night
the substance of a' conversation that took they-wwere to have been, and from all
place between a (',,iii.m i i,-ichant.and we can learn, we suspect they were mar-
editor, t(h\ weeks since. The merchant ried. '
<'itr' .il' i- t.,'s ofice one morning and The girl has behaved with 'remarkable
iii,.iuir.i' if M'. -rwho -esided in a discretion-throughouf, and the young cou-
li',.,i;lihl,:,r...iIac to. (Oli,... was a subscri- ple will undoubtedly be very happy. She
ber] to his paper.: Th.. editor answered is said to be very amiable and of excellent
that he was. The n-merchant wished to character. Albany has beea alive about
--know.if he'-hiadany.Ij.-i;',i] to-his look- the. tii,-;-.i)i for a week, as every body
ing at hlsj c,,,,i.l. Tlti,' ,h.irrephied that mii.,-,'r.l. I ,:,t-. was going forward W e
he h:-d I.,;: ail ,iiii.iri''l handed huin his wish themjoy, and may she make at least,
ledger. -After til, iiLe'n Irmai !,.i got thro' as 1 a wife as-she has been a discreet
with his, e.imui.tii the edI,,r' inquired lover. N-. Y.l W,..
his reason 1.-,r \\. ;l-ng toexamne M1ri-'s -:.
-"A ,,(: ,, r t a e'i i i %iqi i i .
aeciluil.I ". Wiy," said thei,,i.-.li;i,l. "he '- A i53 -
seriI to me- an- order .for goods to till, and ..At Cotu : .Hi- i the Lakein il.d, t ieirn ori-
rclerre,l me- to some of his friends in the Th:u': 'l" I,, 17thinstant, by the Rev. Mr. Bur
ctyv.as to his ability to pay,&e. ; but it rtlo, (-,E.%. LEIGH READ, of this City, to Miss
ociureas ti t. that yhi, 1.si referencewould M ELiz. BRi., ii. Daughter of the Hon; John
h,,uv,,i,-1t.> i l In .', -, r ,', r' i ih-, irti1h dranct.a- 1. W I r r', ,

the rei'.S lt fit' lile ,.V liilli ll,,ll. I li ll .I it
he has long: la;.-i VY.-'ni p ii'ir. till;! hI,.- i'i,
always pa'id his sulb'i' YptiOi .-I' c-rv ear.
and t l ieul Ii nol n,.'v in ai l'e,-ii' \w ii ,
VYOu. I W iI lill his ordf.- ." 0' 11 1li t ih t ,i,..
iil) iC li .,_' ._0- a1'v. .. il.i \\ hlo
pays the I-" iiit-'r-'i.'l' ti iar i, i \ ;ii'e' i vny,
\ illi all iruth, be i'alled "llic iil.,-Ic lt \';irk
cf "ih
ol God."

A1 C(i'rsliiaa lar't/'.--.mnoni hil ar-
ticlu-s ( h.of a inlt lli,-i e i,.,in Eri l,,iari, i'.
an aC.'' tlllt OI' the d,.dthl l _l'ia \Wi,.1:n 'il liil'l
- Island Of I",M a.l ,..i-a u, uti.ti "'' eii,.'i ,isi.ii-
ces. ,vhhh i.ih lai'e hIi.-r Iligli in tih,. r.i, k ,:'
C'hirisltin ii, .. n i r .I
It a'ipea'rs tiat the Lond-in M i'I.inary
SOcietV. had, been s,'Mcesfl'ii in estat_'lishiiii.I
the means ot' relim_'.iis inslrct ,n, in MIl-
awascar, al,,d thara iiunliier il' ill- itrimve-
had eribraced chiiri.i-iiiti. In I a, llh,.-
Q ueen i iitteil an e ,dii-t. .ii.l.id-inq iul_,lic
worship, tinler h i lh-:'a :I -ist p k'ialticu. ainl
in c nle'i[-IjU ?Ce, C.,cunI els weret in til-, li.ilit
of imeeliig ,on a retiredi iii,.'uLliiiA ri. !'i" Ili.,-
perh)'tormnLine of the dunti.e. ofl the Salbailt.
which they felt 1hensrehes ('.iiisi' -ieil,,u-l V
bo,:'nd no.t It. intermit. The rti great of tins
little band was nit ih.ng since dis-coiv-re-d.
and lilteen perssins \,:re atipreheiided. L-on-
deinned t10 perpe.tal slavery, a. id tlil,'
properly was c,.,liM'ated.
Their laini.li,:s wore iUvi,,ved it. thi.'
same sonteunce, exce.ilit i lli lha t hlcY had
Slite privile..e of reilen-ipiion. A c,:rii[i,:iu-
ous inlivVidUal anion thllies- native C_'hi'i.-
tiains was a woman inain-e-d -.tlhra',vavy.
wQ knlo n to tlhe -ive'rriinnet as an inllti-.x-
Meibe.hrist iran from-n e li ime nshe a .ha ith-loi-d
idolatry, which wal about seven years be-
fue hebr death.' In the. suiinnr-r of IS 6,

SOni the e'ening off the 9th irisi. -by the Rev,
3. W. Yarlir,:tI1.,IR M .W. C. SMITH, to Miss
MARY JOHNSTON, all of Monticello Florida;

OwII r ia Hv.
Died in this County; on the ith inrst. o'fctn-
sumution. M"s. ELIZABETH, wife of Dr. G. W;
H,,,lauit. a,.:,,I 37 years,. .
Mr< H.,ihand, was a ,,i..rfi meteihbefofethd
Mlti..ii. 't C-'i,,r!t. for many years; and mani-.;
Ifist.i.d I I, i gular attendance upon th, *ii :ii
ol' sra.r,, rl',, she was'a trnue disciple of the
lii-->k ",il ivi O1" IvJ,. .i!< ,ni,,rl-.|rii('iretlitr1\ i~iii -h<--'
et lne- !.. r live ti. (_ i't, as h;i .r l0ilI ..tr,- i.ili
deehlii-l. auIl lii'r iir ,.ni.'- 'in.. eekresignation.
\%tr'- :u,:h :,s I .,i-hin. In tlii- indwelling love
of G..d c-iii produce. lIt-r' miiin to the lasi r--
lain.- ihi str.:-n.2th, and s.iizing upiii ithn -r
'proin i 5., whichto the li hrli-tri'n ire- ex--t-edir.r
pi'-cio,-, lier soul in peace, and comfort; quit
i,- nrtil liholiie, to ,',ir i a pI r- r rind lr.iri lit-
er iiiai uii, Sn-. She. li, m oi(e-., Am, h.-it b h i., I lipr
a ,oithv liinsb hiit, nd bl r..-. -iurl!l ch hli, r-. ;
b il -he has t, li i' I _jncy ,' i,'.;-il ,iiii.l.
aiid Ils itrl \,il du lil_. l -.s 'oiIitrl themii i ii:ht-r
| -. ^- ; '.

rn Jnackson Cohint. ot'tlihe 1' pliili f .iwr. on
Ilie 4il isi-t. ('Col JomiN FITLtiM. Coil. T-iiiii l.or.
neprle' rcsi.le>t i,-nir I.i, |ila,.e. ind utas hi, ilv
re-p"ete-.l in e\% rI diri* rl,. ni n,.' lii. Hi, I:,l -
% ill nolt onl Li% be siiiet rol 'i. [t lI hi-i ;,lliiceil
I'inil\. ibtit is d plored t.iN a hlr.'g circle of
f'rLcni, I-s.

MN I%12 -1.'. .'. tea-nnmir zz:,rd, Jnkin-k f'roni
Stiilannie River, -n I| m .i.tili raid of aris-; .or
Mount Vi-rnion Arsenil.
Sclir. Atlantic, St-plien, 20 da\ s from Nei%
York,,\i't, nmidz',. to sundric-.

jy m sL e e rgO 144u M-l: .t Uot0 ...,u 1, w u p.x ,il 2:. ,, ,',, ;;Jl iisnns, *, ;i .1.' [ |,.i|,,,,]|,,,. (;,.:.
Cigars. ... J ,x ,, .'hiefs.
Cigars-., ciefs. ,SAMUEL PAEn'IIL, a Candidate'for tihe
15.-Schr. Sultan, Lewis, for Pensacola with Silk and Coutton i i do. C eti. Po o Coiritv
IT r ,.1...'.. r vtn-,.^ -- Convention, from Leon County.

U *-. tl -in ",.
Per. Schr. Rob Roy, for New Orleans, Messrs
D. N. Davis, Munroc, Lieutenant G. W. Long.

G. We are authorized and requested
to announce R. II. M.' AVIDSON Esq. as
a candidate 'to represent Gadsden County,
min the Convention for the purpose offrain-
'ing a State Constitution.
May, 19-27-6m.,
Of We are authorized to announce S. B,
S'.EPmENs Esq. as a candidate to represent
Gadsden County, in the Convention fbr the
purpose of framing a State Constitution. '
.May 19-27-tf.
O. We -are authorized to announce Is AAC
FaoGusoN', Jr. Esq, as a candidate to repre.
sent Gadsden County, in the Convention for
the purpose of framing a State Constitution.
May 19--'.7--I.
(7 We are authorized to announce Dr.
DAVID L. WHiIITE as a candidate fo represent
Gadsden County in the State Conven'tion.
." 19-27-tf.
Q-..We are authorized to announce Col. C.
DU.PONT as a candidate to represent Gadsden
County ii the State Convention.
1,9-27-tf. '

SWe are authorized to announce Maj.
J. GILCHIST' as a candidate to represent
Gadsden County in the State Convention.
SMay 19-27-tf.

Lad ie. white Cotton-and Silk Hose,'
Do. black do. do.
Men's Brown and white cotton hose,
Mosqau ". 11 ,,.. .u'e, Grec-n and white.)
Super. i r ': 1 '.-I. Bombazine,
Do do. do. Circassian,
French Brown & white Linen Drill,
Brown Shirting & Sheetings,
Cotton Os'uburgs,
Ladies fine Straw & Florence plait Bonnets.
Gent's. Palhn-Leaf Hats,
Do. .Fashionable plain Drab Hats, .
Do. do; French CaliBoots,
i)o. do. do. Pum.ips,
Do. do. do. I;., ... .
Ladies fine Kid Slips,
Children's & Misses Shoes.
SA .. .1 ..* .rtment of Sai-,I.e'ry.
C i r :.- .. : ,;. Bags,
Saddles, of all kinds,
Bridles andI Mairtingales, '
Carryall and W ..,. 11 c:i '.
Leather Trunks, &c. &e.
All of which are offered for sale on reasona-
ble terms.
May 12. 1838-26-tf
I rH E Subscribers have just received, per Schr.
P1 Charles, from NNw-York:-
5 Tons "". !'', & Sweds Iron,
American, German, & Blist'd Steel, &c,
500 lbs. Shear Moulds,
50 Kegs Nails,
3 doz. Collus & Stone's Cast Steel Axes,
May 12-26-t3
'- NT'.'--Near Taillahassee, on Suadlay the 29th'
1.A ult. an*Aidcaide, E'rq:R5 Coat, with vet-
vet collar, marked L. M. Mosely. Any perso u find.

O,(7= We are authorized to announce Dr. -3. i- s' d coa. and leav
L' -L i.tar as a candidate to represent Gads. : ., -. -
-den County in the State Convention,
May 19-27-tf. .-. cea,- p fr sal.
SWe are authorized to announce
DAVID BnowN Esq. as a Candidate for the Tallalassee, April
Convention. s AtNeby
4...' sare by,
May 12, 1838. -
1 S RAY D,- -April 14,.183ti.--2S
-"17a O11 N', "-., .i'..- PIantatidn ontheMieca- 7---, IE--White,
sukie Lake, ab6ut the 21st of .\.T 1',.. i f-
'lo o IscMa ies .I April
11.- .. '!.- i has marks of thle colar on its shoui_ A ril -. 2-tf."-
ders, very plain. And the tip end of its right ear cat 7 ; ".--..
off, so that it.may easily be known. Any inf6rmas ,
tion I.,.I. those mniules, will be thnnkfuillv re-
coived by R. -W. ALSTON. April 14-i22itf
May 19,-27-tf. -
fTICCL3.-Thlie Subscriber leaving this day v-ry superior ar
2-' obtained letters of Administration-on tlih es- York and for sale'by
tate of John Oliver dec'd. of Gadsden County, noti-
fies all persons having demands against said estate, MIay 18-27-tf
to present the same, daly authenticated, within the- -. -..
time prescribed by law, or they ,will be barred of re- r-' ".. -"--'- .. '
cover, and all persons indebted will make immedi- J .. just
ate payment to JOS. SWANN, Adin'r. May 19-27-tf
May 19--27-t4. ...,. ..
.o.l 't .-..J, McCXants and E."E. Blackburn h 1 I, '1t
IA are mv authorized agents during my absence
from Fjoridi. April 14-22-tf
M.y 19, 1838.-27-t4. JACOB ELIOT. 4-
FRESH-Isupply of Medeciitse, fef -
_: fminery and Fancy Articles, April1 l4-22-tf.
Paints, ills, Varnish, Brushes, &c. GAC
-Just received and for sale by z T E have just re
1 '0 19, 1838.-97-tf. Groccris, whici

-= IjLt1R.-50 Bbls. just received and'for sale,
-,.' by .- D. P. BARHYDT.
May 19-27-tf. ,
-I" OSiiN.-500 Bushels just received and for sale
J by D. P. BARHiYDT.
May 19.-27-tf. -

C ODiA BISCUIT.-Just received a flesh
S-' supply Ir6n New York; for sale bv
- ONDON PORTER--Imaported front
L England, a prime article, and genuine fbr sale
May 19-27-tf,
'^-i _. 'O l.- ^ K. i .........,.77-77...:,.,-- ],, I ,].';

',i;m'ACREIS.IB3EL.-Of a superior quality. A
..ii. few barrel just received and for sale by
.. ''". D. P. BARHYDT.
TN OTICE.-The Subscriber'having disposed
Il of his Establishment to Mr. Wm. H. Matters,
returns-his thanks ,to his friends for the patronage
they have extended him, and would recomnmetd a
continuance .of their favors -to -the same establishl-
ment. J. B. PEACIY.
St. VMarks, May I'2--: -

ill F -it -., ,id hrea orfour Gentlemnen can
,- m ,-rn,.t.rr. I"t N.. 101- Calhoun Street, North
_A !.l;' ;,,,, -r
S'rF ii- .1 ., March 31l,-20-St.
4(r F. "Losses SirstaIne'd "., (0 feri. PllSlU-
r' rance and Triust Company, by the
I ste fire at C i. ...

Agency, Geeo. Is. Trust Com',y.
: rCharleston, April 29, 1838.
ROBERT J.- If.:. r..t. '
A gent. T all ., ,-- I.. I.: i,, I
Dear Sir.-['i 1.., r,. 1.i!,i .s of t'ho late disas-
trous fire, be .- i .:.l .: ...... -'City papers. I arn pleas-
edto ,i .1 i,.I !.. -,s sustained by this A..' r,:, can-
not-. x: ... i ''i,,i t,, T.housand LDl.! i-.
With great r'i .'p .
... Y our. .ii.'i. ",o-
S. JOHN C. I1UoLi '. NI-E.,
S* .. Agent.
' ,I ,v 12.- "-f:'t.

1H.E Subscriber has just received and is now
L p-r'n.; i-," ;,.-.,,' l assortment .fDrj Goo-?.
-Li '. LI ,-: li.,l h. ll_: i ...'i. '
.. -Al"o- .
A few cases of Fashionable Hats,
S- Do. Boots & Sh6oeS, superior article.
A few Dozen Pairs ofLadies KSid Sioes.
.. W 1-1. FRA-NCI-.-
M'ay 12,153?--''t .. -

cash, by wholesale or
May, 5, 1838.-25.

TIE Copartli-ersl
Sthe firm of iltG
solved by' mutual cons

Tallahassee, May 4
4~.t; ihe Miccasui
4- 4-,.I .J. T. Lorim
look containing a
bills of the Union Ba
of C. F. Duerr, and
returning it to N. M.
be liber-illy rewarded
MayS '18381-25.-4

A FIRST'rate se
the latest style,
quality, ,an'd has only
EEnquire at this offi
May. 12-26-f
-UST' Received
. pers of Iris
May 12,--26-tf.

tion,.near Montiec
Ponlly, with a roac
old, and his back m
person giving informr
will be suitably reward

lay 12 --26.03.

T HE Subscriber
occupied by J.
and will attend to
SI :1 ; idai-t. of- sunle
1.. ,- E ,l,.1- ri
hopes to .,', .aI. i ,n
St. Marks, May 1

m.ng.it at the atore of 1r .
-, -' ,. -t3.
-Fresih No. 1 Herring very
BES.-Iu beauti'fel oarer for

March 17.
-.. We are authorized'to announce Gen.
JoNri P. DUVAL, as a Candidate for the Con-
ve'ition. Marich 3.
\\,',. :; ., :' 1 .' 1 ,. ,i .1 Xi ., ." 1' %'I k
REYNOLDS, ]-. of).'a ,i .,' as a Candidate
for the Convention.. March 10.
0:7- We are authorized to announce, the
Hon. JOHN BBNcAc, as a Candidate for the
Convention. March- 3, 1838.
O(j We are authorized to announce Maji.
JoHriN TAYLOM, of Micknsuky, as a Canidi.
date for the Convention March 3.
07 We are requested to announce Gen.
Lmieii READ.6, as a Candidate for the Cin-
vention- March 3.
Oz' Capt. DN.,nL BYRD, if elected, will
serve to represent the county of J.i'.-_ r-,e, in
the Convention, to form-a State Constitution.
March 10.
,^7 At the solicitation of a number of friends,
Col. JA.. G4DSDENs consents to serve, if elect-
ed, as a memn-iber of the Conveition, from Jef.
person county, to frame a State Constitution.
March 10:'
0:- We arc requested to announce Maj.
GnO. T. WVAED, as a Caadidate foir-the Con-
vention. : March 3.
C ol. ABEAMI BELLAMlY'will serveif e-
leeted, to represent Jefl'erson county, in the.
Convention, to friamne ,a State Constituttion,
March 10. '
7( We are authorized to announce Gen;.
TinoMiAS. Br.ow, as a Candidate for the Con-
vention, from Leon County. March -31.

O7- We .are requested, to announce L. A.
Thompson, Esq., as a candidate for the Con.
vention. -.

D. P -BARIYDT. March 10.
2-ff 0 We are requested to announce JAMES
clean and nice, for sale by D. WESCOTT, Esq., as a candidate for the
Co D.P. BARHDT. on I.". I.. i. ..,-,,, i t 0V7 We are authorized-to announce Capt.
JAMES SCOTT, as a candidate for the Conven-
D. F. lBAEitDyr. tion. from Jeflerson Coutalv.
ewK---ifa April 14,-22-tf.
YS2NEii.--Afew Kv-r'f a
'tiele, just received -, ,. ew .' ... L T 0 "we" T -. ..i:, in
the Keg or pound by .'L the Post OGfe at 'Valdata.sse, o ;,.1 .i day
D. P. BARIIYDT, of May, 1838, and not before advertised.,
Arnmsicad. Gen. W. 4 Linn. James
MAC M"Aft.--Fresh frum Anders, Stephen Lester, Win., "
t received, and for sale by A ndrev's, Owen E. 21L --. Robert
I). 'P. BARIIYDT. Allen. R. C. 3 Luce, Henry -.
-A good article, and strong. -AlbcrtIso., J. Lancaster, Joseph B.
is bottle or dozen, liy Ash, Charles C. 2 Lineberger, John C.
D. P. BAaRiYDT. Alexander, Hugh Moodyv, George 2
Alien, John M. Mitchell, J. W.
: -, ...- ',it Bloxhaua W illiam Miller, Irwin
i. 1 I' '.i;IV''. Bolan, James 2 .I1 ,,,;,, Miss Mary
,',i i N. N. Moore, Francis
T_ T. Baldwin, iI. D. i" Farquhar
ceived per Schr. Rob Roy fronm Bryant, Abigal Mclveor, Alex.
s, a supply of well selected Bembry, Kenueth 2 Mosley, William
i will be, disposed of low for Blackwel, Jacob A.' Olcotte, Hearv S'.
Retail. Bloxhamn, Mrs. MarthaOliver, Miss Viny
vf1 & TILLINGHAlST. .Broo, John M. -Penny, Thomas
Branch, L. B. Powell, Miss Julian
t N.ip heroforeist uner Carr, Jacob Powell, Jeremiah
hip heretofo~re cxistriff under T i ir.,
3oN &"BzAjIEY, is this day dis- Clark, E, B. Palmer, WilIiamnr A.
sent. Callawava. latlam- Perrin, John
J..If GN, ClasIse, William Panuct, Dr. L. M.
T. A. BAILEY. Cook, John Patton, James
--25- Cook, Hlowlin J. Posey, Mrs.
LOST. Cook, George W. Richard, Fortdine
sie road, beweet a T.lallaassee Crosky, Teresa -iM. Read,. Gen. Leigh 10,
ner's plantatioi, a pochct Cromartie. Alex.' Russ, J. J.
bout W .9". most of it in .-,
bout A moster oeitaof ti -' Cievelaw, Mrs. Eliz'h.Randall; lIon. Thos.- 2
ank. A Covarinemnt account.
several letters, '-The finder by Davis, James F. Rice, Rev. John J.
Martin, Esq. Talahiassee, wilt Duval, P. Ryan, Joseph
.Dudley, Mrs..Jane Regan; Richard
t. Ely, Dr. H. 2 Robertson, David
H 4. A IA1' 3 _Ecelis, W. W. Reeves, MissCordelia 2
ecotd hand BarOache, of Fletcher, W, 'Smith, I1. N.
the workmanship is ('1'. .i Fitt, Samuel P. Smjith, Patrick
been used about 8 months- Field', Jarnes W. 2 Shelfer, Council
c .F.i.i'I. Jolln SmallyiFrancis A.'
Fitzgerald, A. Slattery, Timothy
per ,,., '2:'l I'aoi, Green, Frederick R. Savage, Mrs. MI ny
ih 1341i-iv.c. For sale by -0
R. IL BE'RY yGraham, John Trayikc, William 2
Green, Aloazo 2 Thompson, Capt. 1I.
From th Subscriber's Graham, Archibald .- Tay,Lewis P. 2
-From the Subscriber's .Plantsa- ,^ a .dy ,Arifi'ed -t "i n-
ello;ashortimesincoaray Gandy, Alfred Tuten, Pearson M. 2
cilo; ashort time since,a 4lray
h rhmane. He is about 7 years Goldsborough, L. M., Whitner, Col: B. F. 3
naked with the saddle.-Any Hamilton, J. Vii;,,.. S'niij.l G, "
nation, where he can be found, Higgins, Patrick il i.ii,-, I,,iirv-22
"" r.. TUcKt R. Howard, W. Winner, Miss M. F.
Halef Julia AnI Whith.urst, John B.
l Hull, C. E. Wright, Thomas ...
2A=G ii &L&C Hills, S'amuel- Wells, Augusts L. 2
has taken the stand formerly Hlarley, Sarah -White, Thomas -
B. Peachy, Esq. at St. 5Marks, o li r
the Storinag aind For Hudson, Joshua, 2 Willis, Dr. Lewis
articles as may be assigned to Jacobi, John C.' 2 Walker, Richard
i attentionn to, his business, he Johnson, Joseph B. W -iglit. J.-irph S.;-
,, share of i t,"'. a, '. '.. -: Jellet, Mrs. Malhidy Waldron, N. S.
VILLIAM H. 7i '>(\1rL !;. fi '
2 LLIAM H8 it V[l S Johnston, Isham Wilson, John
l 8 f Judge, John Wells,. James C.

rI I E II ubscriber i '1 purchased of Mr. J. J.
TH f..-.'his entire. StocLk. off '1iot4.,, &'. will keep constantly on hand at
the old stand, a full and complete assortment of eve-
.ry article in his line of business.
Garments of every description .
made to orelr wli ii ..p ,l.. '. and in the moet fashion-
able style. : .
By strict attention to business, and a" desire to
please those whon may. favor him with .thr custom,
lie hopes to receive a share of 'i" ,' :... .
+ I '. \1i ,l' iN .

m y, IC, itas~c--ue~t~t; -

Ker, Rev.-R. B.
I. G. SEARCY. P .Itl

ay l,- 2 .-3 .t. .. ...... .. .
,t.'l&^ .1 SD .l L -.I" all :..,,.ll.-..,.h .l .,r,.,, ,h| ,'.,.,,.,
t-..1-, < ill .,t I)D. P. ;.ilIVl l"s .
Apr'l 14-2-.2.i ,"
" E li I I .-- ii.. rI N. ('i .,iim -, p;' !t,,t
S.t1 I|.I..ir '2 1]. "I r,.. ,'.n ;.i];..| "..r : ,|[-. hy "
c" ".
tll.t i D.- M \ no26 smptrior article just received
r I'.;. i, ,h. n.rth ai d iorsaleby
.. .. .. D .. ]3AyRHYDT.-

it 0 u IT. J.. it AkC WI~tLAVAY
G. P. ,,

Auctioneer and ('omfiiision "
?,I E R C H A NT,".:',
S;i5! si) ..'--YBo.iaany. & alnrdns..
m ir._H IL t ('E !111RI!: S,
TF l E [IF L Slb.c.Lrv- r .q1 ri-t ,.'."-,reI t.v the V ,. .
-,'1 r-,,.' ,! i,, ..I li:,'ii N.:'a rork, rnd N .
Orleans, a General Assortni of r C ,
Among which, are-- /
20,000 Ib.'Bacon, S.des, ''m-9, & Slhoulderv,
2,000 do. Canvassed Haas, .
150 bls. Superfine FloUr,r / '
50 do. Prime Pork,
10 do. Mess, do.- -" :
10 do. Necks'and "l-ihldCer-, .
10 do. Pickled Codfish, .
50 do." Mackerel, Nos, 1, 2, 3'- .` f ,,-
25 1-2 do. do. 1,J) 21 :. .-. "
10 do. Fulton MarkL i Beef '.. i -7
2 0 d o N 0 O l s.,, ..
50 do. N. O. \Vl,,-k.-. *.-
10 do. Old M,,ii.jiaiJIhtla do,"
50- do. N (. I4.in,, -a "
5 do. Old Jamaica do. .
2 Qr. Casks Cognac Brandy,, ,
5 1do, .Old Holland Gin,
S) Bbls. -mrrmmon do.- f '
Q5 4r. C (i-LI II -. P -
5 dodo.do. M:!.ifmi., -
2 do, d.... l-iit r.il'l do ,
10, Bbls. L.,.iaf :t:ig r., ,-
10 Lump o'...-
15' HMds- PPr;I n'.o w )i-ga^ .- ...
10 DI on- lZ.r1.1, 1! d A"
_, 100.D oz./I, ,ld. :* ]<:.ri..,r., '"'-,; -. *." :"
25 Boxe-s ('ii.'ii'pa.iuL- .Cidi-r ":' :
25 Bbls. B Iuitr Cr.ickern, ..;
10 do. \\ i,.r .. do .' .
5 do. i, d -' .. .
S20 Boxes t'l, ; -'" *
5 do, Pui, :lli,.. ilo, '_
10 11,- Picklemd Plgs lct, -
20 Boxes Bunch Rasins, "
25 half do. -do. .do; '
20 Boxes Sperm Candles, .'
10 do. Starch, 0v
20 do. Yellow Soap, -
20 do. Shaving do.- -
5 do. Chocolate, ;-
5 do. Imperial Tea, ..
it0 do. Young Ilyson do ,.
25 Kegs Dupout's Povder, .
59 'Bags..Drop Shot, .
1000'Ibs: Bar Lead. .. -, '
50C do. Scotch Snff, .-
75 Bottles do. -
50 Macabau do.
20 Boxe's 8 x 10 Glas.s, .
20- do. 10 x 1-' do. -
1- 0 do. Pickles
The above articles have b ',e ..: d grl.it
bare in the New York and Nea. il [.!-u'J, rinir;ti.
and will be sold as low for Caslfhas the iiarkt'! wil
afford. Wetturn 'oaur thanks to our custonners, for
their f.r.a r a :'1.'",..-, i hope that with the'ie-
cant additions which .vwe have mnade to.our, fori'ier
siock, we shall be able/to ensure a .,'.,',tn ,,:;: of. '
their patronage, KERR & KIRI-K LE.
STalialiassee, April 28.-24t3, -.

B EMOVED fr-om No. 4 Berry's Row; to; the.
,- Store formerly occupied by G.,H. & T.- E.-
Lindenberger, corner of Monre & .1 ll.i -' S'tSs.: ,
Faiiaiy CGroceries, Provisions &c.
We have justzreceived from-Baltimo're; a fresh' and -'
',....' .- .*^.i > .. 1-;r*,-^*^-* .l-it=l ,V~u <*.T-^<
r 'rt % i-ice'.s. ... ." 't," I'A b., ,, .
articles:- '

Cogniac Brandy,
Champagne do. .
Old Peach do.
Old Jamaica Spisit,

Old Madeira,
Sicily do.



Amiaizette, :

Prunes, ,
Dried Apples,



- I-..!itiid Gin, .
IN. E.Rumn,
( ItI Rye Whiskey.-
1 'Retifited d.

Sweet Malaga,;-

P~arfsit Amourf

sand Preserves,
Preserved Or.,rg,- .
Do. Limes, -
-Do o. Iaie-Applel p
Do : (tiliu'n; .r ,
Do,- <;ii- r.[ -
Wats,. -*:",. -. '
En glish W'alntats,
Palm Nuts,"
Pickles, -
"'Gh~erkinsg5 '.'.
( ,tl',j.,,,. ."
ep.rs:& Olive,;

Brbvwn's IIoney Daw, Small Plug,;
Mellow Ri. ... Finrie Cut, chewing
Caveondish, Do. SmIoking.
Sinuffs, *
M1a ccabaV R'ppSe; .
American Getitleinan, Scotch:
Sup. Havana Cigars..

Mackerel, Nos. 1, 2, 3. Shad; Dried and STdo
led Codfish; Smoked Herring; Sh'oked Beef; -Do.'
Tl'ongues; BRologniA -.,--.e',-; Water, Buttern and
Sugar Crackers; 'im, '-.A.yl,- and Goshlfn Cheuse;;
Baltimore Hlamas, i-. aiii .Jiou]d: h Rice; Lati
Flour; MiMolasses; V. Vrmi.:illi; A.s orted Catsupj;
Ch ,,i .;_-i Cider : Vi,.ii ; .All-.pice; Pepper;
m ,i .:i, M -I', CIcl.-N, vNiirit. It.c, and 'round
Ginger;, Canster Mustard; -i...:olil'. Coffo6, Tea
Loaf, Browno and v.-hie H-avani LilIp. Sugars;
L-mon Syr,i: L H .']:l.-ir.,I Ak-:', .'.wvet Oil;
Sperm Oil,C(.a..-, ',..ip. lo,.dlrir. Stiot. Leid &.-
Tallahassee April 28;i-2444. .
,Proisfon Stori .
T HE Subscriber ill t',rril, h tllQ i-lny caI
on hiin with (w roce'-i "t u d Provisions.
of the best quallir, -.I l.,. r i e t, atl th, oljd stand' n
the Coiner of W.._- ,inton-.I1liare and MunrIcer sei.
S D. P. BA.R YIYlYr.
TilMail"-p. A..ril 9"i--2'.irtr
'TR .41k o OR STOLEN,
Slii'O.M 'lrjwj, about a fortnight since, a sminall
Ila ronm-gray Indian, mare pony., about 6 .ears old, '
has a very tast walk, and, cantors well. A rew'r.l "-
of 5 dollars will be given fr Icher doiinry to
: '-.. -JOSEPH. ALrEKAN.O)ER;%
April SS-a24-t3.* ..,.
UI".;IR n, CO.L.- & T'ea, at

D P. ". Ii.RltYDT -
'April 14-21tf. -
R .AIISI..--.\ g,..,J iri,.-le ot" Bunch, ftorsailt
April 11-22.t|:
6 U17.bA ES.-i'r,r ri.. .,nml i t irrantd to dra.,
a m ltih 1i h i- h l| .oi' hior.s pow,--r or blister pl.i:i.
ter. 1.-')i)v D. P. B \RHYDJ''.
April 11-t..2'.t ,
SILA iIIT I" .-A .ipe'rior article, for

,Ap,'-I 1l- .-"f

Rij rl > I) iPEA_(:IiE.--:A ic article fur
sal- by . .

A--I' t-l-~-2?~' -

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1. i -i I 1,")T.
. ';':. .- .... ":'.

L ?GA L N C1 Es.
Leon Comitfy Court.
IVm.C. Miller & .I .... -
-,iTohn G. Pata'n Attachmentfor 70 dollars
Trading under the and 67 ccnis,. Summonsfor
.-name and style of $200. Returnable March
Miller & Putnam, .'erm.
Thos. Jeff. Greene. J
V" 7'EIE defeaduant and all 'other persons interested,
T are il'eby ,notified ofthe'institution of the above
-suit by attachment, and are required to appear and
plead to the declaration filed in said case. .
S' Attorneyfor Plaintiff.
Marchl 10-.16.3.n.
County CwoCtof Leon toiunty.
SA..ssumpsit: Attachment, 75
'WVlliam Marier, dollarss, summons ad. res. for
vs$ 300 dollars damage, issued 7th
SLewisa Lyasard: I)ec. 1837, returned to March
J Term,1838. '
-rr HE Defendant in said case, and, all others in-
t.rested will tale notice of the .Institution, of
-said suit by attachment as aforesaid, and they are
required to appear and plead to the declairation filed
-in said c"se, according to the statute in such case
made and provided.

Dec. 9, 1837.-4tf

Attorneys for Plaintiff.

N l'OTICE.-Si- months after date shall ap-
J ply to the Hlon. Judge of the Leon County
Court, for a discharge from the administration on
*the estate'of Joshua Croom deceased.
Nov. 18, 1837.-6im;
N OTICE--Six months from date I will apply
to the Hon. R. IHI. Long, Judge of the County
Court of Jacksoni.County, to be discharged from the
further management of the estate of Alexander A.
Bellamy, late of said county, deceased.
SMarianna, Janf. 1, 1833-8-m6

;SIX Month. after date, I shall apply to the HIon.
Judge of the Jefferson County Court, for a dis-
cha-ge from the administration on the Estate of
James Brooks, deceased.
-Jefferson county, Nov.' 1,1887.-51-mG

WTOTICIE.The subscriber has this day obtain-
l ed Letters of Administration on the estate of
S.of Jos. W. King, deceased, of Gmdsden county. All
persons having demands against said estate, will
present them within the. tim prescribed by law, or
they will be barred of recovery. All persons indebt-
*ed, will mIak" irr-l'. Y.'', payment to
"1 J IN \'I i \N ROBINSON, Adm'r.
-Jan. 13, 1838-10-tf ,

N OTIC-E.-'-Six months after date, the' subseri-
l ber will apply to the IHon. Judge of Gadsden
County 'Court, for a discharge from the estate' of,
,Daniel Camipbell, dec'd-ofsaid county. "
'Feb. 5-1 3-tf.

S IX Months from date, i shall apply't il.-. J-im .,-.
'. of Gads.len County Court, for a i, r,. from
tithe estate of Mark H. MIIa lla '.
J. F. POTTS, AdIn'r.
'Oct.' 21, 1'837.-51-mn6. ,
OTICE.---Six months after date I shall
presentt to the Judge of Gdsdcin'coumnty Court
-my accounts and vouches for final settlement of
thIe estate of John Collins, deceased.
.Q ,,. Feb. ai.-.--m.
NWOT'rIC .--At the next term of theiCounty
_1 Court of GadsdenCquntr iti'orida,the subscri.
,ber-will apply to the lihn. Judge of said court for
a discharge from the .estate of Aqeilhi. Bruten dec'd.
lof said County.
Mlrc.il 21lth 1838.-19-13nii. ,
W OTICJG.-I hereby forewarn all porsonms from
S trading for a certain note of hand givane by ii6
to David Robertson for p" U-. made payableon o tfe
first day otfJilaray-next o G, WV. Holland or order
as thie Conditions of said note have failed I stall riot
pay it except compelled'byhlaw.
'March 17. 18-tf.
N-OTICE... -S.l- irontlhs aft.;r date I shall ap
plyto the Ion. the'CouMity Court ofL Leqo Coun-
ty for.t letters disrissory oni ,thlie Estate of Daniel
I trust, l:to of said Co.inty, de'd. .
*' MARYA-NN FAUS'T,' Ana'x.
Jan. 6, 1838.-- 8, 6-mn.-

ATO'll OU IE -Six weeks after date the subscri-
.l ber will apply to the Juoge of the County Court
-of G id'] l-' ,.,nt-', for letters of Admieistration on
the c. i 11'. i Iare, late of said County.
"' A p ri l 7 ,-;- *J I.;' '
.'* Tf1,' i'-'C1&.- 1- 14 .ftor date 1 will apply
T .', r.' t ,i' ll,.,u i ii.- [. ha of the County Co iurt.
.. t her -li. wv <.l' (..J;.l,. t J.' letters of Adminis-
SIl. .I i..'t l..' irn o h Estate of Murdock
S L li Iiize'.. i.' t i l .''a' i deceased.
-.- '-; .' *" ..... '.* J, G.-GUNN.
., Q ,.m, .y I ,' 5\.. 1".l- --''^ r;.

'' ,o -r .- S w,:.. .. ,,f,. r d. I l I .
i plyto 'ih.- J., I., of the County Court of Jack-
'* .vr.n-'*." v'. t'. r t. -" of Adininisttatitn on the es-
t" 0 l .: .l .1 .r, T'atut, deed. '
Slay l2,-6-t.
o.-, t, h, lh,' l ,. J i.lg M' II, --. I (11.,,Jhl.
Court, for letters of Admiuistfatron on the Estate of
Light T. Townsend, late of Said County deceased.
April 14,--S2-tG6' ..
0'1['ICE..-Six weeks after date I shall -ap-
A. ply to the Judge of the County Court of Gads.
den, lor letters of administration on the estate of John
Olivei, deceased. JOS. SWANN.
SMardh:9-17-t6 -
IS O .T jIC B.-- lir7 ... ; .-... t i,o, jh t h r..,TiV ,T
"--1 wfe srallapply to the Ron. the County Court
af LeonrCounty, for, leave to sell thie real estate of
iml. A. Nelson late of said county deceased.
S' Administrators.
*" M 3[ r. !, "L' Hri, 1- : ,-- l':l-.i.,"

l 1 those iri debtedt In i]i ..r i. n.-,.- ,r ec' '.,I .
', i i.n L nh .I,',l to ft',.: A u J j i !i i, I.n '. bvr,, a-
h,. 1l1-1 N ..t, ..- to'su.:'t |.,..l .....i!, il., i ,n iy I' [... nip
payment, avoid the expencda-s of a legal course.
April7,- 'l.'
".1 *''CO-PART'I ER.UBIIP. '
'' I 'T E '.ave this day ewitered into Co-partnership,-
V u uu hr the name of Center & Keen,
for the transaction of:a Gi-ocerey &-Provsisoe busi-

S T'lha.:... n .-JItr ...un f. 1- -if.

V: (. ENTER.

Dissoluliou of Coparluerhliip.
T HE Partincr-hip which Ierr.tlreo e.\;'I.. b-.
li mien lie uidereigneJ in thIe Pracii'.-' ','I Law.v.
i' t he Diatri.:t of Ei.-,t uorud,. M aq, on the Sil5 in-t.
by miutual consent, dissolved. Those' persons how-
eaer, w1ho have entrusted business to their care, du-
Siug the existednce of the said p.irtuerhlp, wiil ia.ve
S benefit of"the services of boili, urnidl .':h buii"r:a.ss
slh'ill Le comniplletitd. "
D'" LEVY. ..
' Fe".l 7 17--1 .m 3"' .' ., ,
'f S ANAW.1 im It''rou the.' ujb'crrb,:-r" p arnt-.t; ron
1" t ll e l-ir C.I-of Ap.d last ; hling ont th,' S. A\.-
guseitie road athin ori t. ild of t [ -. Oll, itver, a
iegro m.an nani,.-d IIarrioni, h iL- a l.mi'ht mu
S -lato bou rit e f.et el s'v n 6r cight inelis lt'uh ani i1
S' twenty fiv% y,-ami' ,-.ld. It is tuppisd Itha ft fie A ril
S make flir Socith C.jrhini in .putr.-iil of his wife, in
possession of Capt. D. Bir. An,' :i.)rron appre.
hending s..1 i.egro. arid luoding him iii arny of the
Jjilts of So. Ca. or G,.-or.cia, ic that I, can get tim
bh-ill r'c.'iv'e t lie at,,v', r," rd. .
P. S: IIirri-.;w hid n:n wlvir, hl.i .% !ny house,a
Rill sat of tl.Ite e;oth, and crrznd o. Wi1h him my
bri.ll.e srtdi ,l .' t.i... .: C. B.
S T..,', .-.. MI ,,i ri". 1S39Si-25-4 '

EIE Subscriber has just received and offers, fr- f IA M RRIED ,il n. and graduate of the
Sale, a select Assortment of Cloths, Cas- Univ-Uri'V y of Glasgow, Scotland, long experi-
simeres. & Vestings. Also, a lot of .Rea- nced min the business of Taition, and accustomed to
dy TIade Clothing, consisting ofBlue, Black, read the preparatory and undergraduate ..,ri, .1 r,,
Adelaide, Mulberry, and Green Fru.ck n re candDress aidates for, and members of, the South Caroli-
Coats. naCollege, wishes tolocate himself-. ,, ..i'i- 'i
Steel.mixed, Mochair, and Blanket Over Coats. the expiration of the present year,) i' h1. il ,
Sattinett and Kentucky Jean 'Frock and Dress of Florida, as Principal of an Academy or C.,..11 .
*Coats. rHis Lady has devoted almost twenty year t.. i.,-
Plain, Figured and Cut-velvet Vests. arduous duties of f-male education, and intends to
do. do. Silk anrd Stin do. make it the business of her life. References for
White and Black Cp'driin Satin do. competency and character can be given to Literary
Cloth, Bombazin and Fig'd Valencia do. Gentlemen in South CCarolina .ih.l I I!... .I, Letters
S Blue, Black and Drab Cassimere Pantaloons. addressed to R. L. Edmonds, M. A. Yorkville,
Plain and 'Striped. Buck-skin, do. S S. C. will meet with immediate attention.
Napoleon-eord and Steel-.mixed do. March 24--19-3m.
Sattinett, Beaverteen and Kentucky Jean, do. Thile Floridian will please publish the above
Also, a complete assortment of Shirts, Stocks, i three months.
SuspeAders, Gloves, Hanlkerchiefs,
and all articles, usually found at similar establish- SOUTHERN COLLEGE.
mnents, all of which are offered cheap, for Cash or Of St. Auglulstine.
short credit. Y HE COMITTEE appointed by the Trustees
JABEZj B. B>ULuLi. H C 1 r ~\ cci\ i*j
'JApEZ B. BULL. .E of the Souithern C .1* .... of St. Augustine to or-
Tallahassee, Nov. I1, 1837.-52-ft. ganize the College School, would inform the inhliabi-
Patent Chemical tants of this city, and of this Territory, amd the pub-
de generally, that the liberal subscriptions of our cit- .
YEAST POW DERS. izens for the establishment of the College School,
T HESE PowDERS are an admirable substitute will enable the committee to open it for the recep-
for Y.Asr, in making all kinds of 'Battez tion of pupils on Thursday the first day of February,
Cakes, and have the advantage over that article in e.isuing mn the new and capacious building of Mr.
making the Batter perfectly light and ready for Be- Carraras on George Street in the north part of the
king the instant they are mixed. Buckwheat and City.
other Cakes, when made with these Powders, are TJhe committee have appointed the Reverend D.
less likely to disagree w;A the stomach than those. I. Pro it, a Graduate of' Union College,principal
made with Yeast; and as it requires but a few min- of the College School, and fele confident hlie will give
utes to prepare for 'Baking, the possibility of ever satisfacLion.
having them SOUR, is entirely avoided. For sale by I. T 1' T'P. IO F 'T1,71 l'o".
WAI)DEL, -RANDOLPH & LEWIS. English department, Orthography & reading,
April 21l-23-tf. pr quarter, $3
Reading, ,', B.: and rudiments of Arithme.
FGiEAT ~ ----- tic, Grammer 'and geography, $4
if ''> '* ''I '' r *'* Reading, writing, grammer, ,_- ... ,,;i,.
k eLj PRESSURE. m netic, elocution, and other L,. ,. ., $5
Cleasicall Department, the Latin and Greek,
UCH has be.n said and done to press and 'op- clss p the Latin and Greek
pY ress the 'interests of'Plainters. T1he undersirin- The -*'' 'i,, *'
Press the introduction of Messrs. PaThe udersign- T. heicassics, with Algebra, geometry, surveying, and
ed, propose by the introduction of essrs. Tayne & other higher brineihes of' mathematics, and the
January's&Patent Lever Pressin the Terri- natural sciences of chemistry, optics. astronomy,
tory, in a measure to relieve theue, so far at any rate &ac. $10
as relates to Baling and compressing.C otton. The Persons who have or may hereafter subscribe for-
macliine is simple and cheap in its construction, the support of the (..1 ._. and who place
lthe whole cost of one will not, exceed. $250, the their children in it, ,,l i. ,,,hiwith the amount
rite included, and with six or night hands, without paid o their subscriptions. in payment oft tuition at
horses or, mules, .will do.the business of three or four tle established rates.
screwsiti the same time, and can easily be construct- JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ .
edl under a shed attached to the Gin-House, will last FRANCIS P-U Committee of.
twenty or thirty years, or a lifetime, without repair. PFTRI SKENS, TH. m trustees &c.
ThIe press has so far supplanted the screw in PTNissis- P ER SKEN SMIT r e
sippi-and elsewhere, that it has been generally in-. eb. 17, 1838.-14-tf..
produced. For the performance of one erected in
-Barke county, Get, see the Augusta-Chreoiicle and W ILLIA31I lM. RqIANDOLPIS, ATrOR
Sentinel on the subject. Also, one on the planta.- W v Yr AT LAW, will practice in all the Courts
tion of .Mr. R. Whittaker, of this county. We will, in Middle Florida, and will attend to such business-
give personal attention to the erection of presses an-d as may be entrusted to his care.. Office in the room
vending rites &e. in time to press next fall and wi- formerly occupi-d by Edward Houston; Esq., Wash-
ter,'inthe Tieritorv and'Gaorgi,. Planters without ;'"., -, Square. ,
screws will do well to cal and examine this machine ct. 8.-52, 1837-tf ,
before building. / N D ,t .
PERRIN & PROCTER, New D-,wg Store.
Agents for Florida.o F I Subscribers have formed a co-
April 12, 183.-22-tf '- '/ partnevrhip in the Druig business,
"' ', "- J ' _~ilder the firm of
Ve-etablep/Pialin oi i arvBalsam.'a Wadnlel, alinolph & Lewis.
f 1hlhe/ll loar alsa '. ha just'received and now offer for sale,
The reputation, of which, has become established d .1J J. r ir's .1othin isn t
as fic most safe and efcacious remedy reer di. cv- one door north ofJ. Birge's Clothing Establishment
as th e Imost saje and effitacious remedy ever discov- olMnroe stet a- geea asom,ate of ]resh
ered for Isfluenza, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Whoop. on Monroe street a general assortmnt, of Flres
ing ,,. :, Sitng ofBood, and al r rgs, JIeicias, paints, Ois, &c.
the n Spitting of B l, .o .. with a variety of Perfumery and Fancy ar-
teHIS Medicineas been used vr extnsivl t t let. .
7j1IS edicine has been used very extcnsiv,"y, All'orders from Physicians, Plneters and Country
Sand the Proprietor 'has not known a single'in- M -rhlaits, w ;illbe thankfully received and faithflly
stance in which' it has faile-d .inriiving relif in dis- at
- att 'iaded to.
eases for which it is recommended: even in cases V. W WADDEL,
approaching-to Consumption, attended with bleeding .J H. R RNDOLPH.
at thetLungs, and where all other remn edies had failed, WS
the most decided and flattering success lhas attended T C -WS
its use. ,CommonColds, which are generally the hasseeDC.9, 7--l-tf
eff-ct of obstructed '-' ..0 ,,.. ,.. t.ll yield to its in- ca BO a, Hr ierage Conisssioa
fluence in a few hIomurs- ,'hen used in Asthma- -r-8 *
Hoarseness, Wheezing,'and shortness of breath, it In rehacil.
gives.immediate relief; procuring tranquil rest and 'I :i Subscriber would inform his friends aind
sleep. In whooping cough, it is withmaet a riival. I I''"' public in geneidl, that he has commenced
it operates by gentle expectoration, and may be giv- the business of Cotton lBroker & Con,-
en to infants with perfect safety. J '. t':l: in the city of Ner
The happy combination of.,.' ,1.1i substances,. VYor, and i6 now prepared to receive Cotton and
of which it is entirely composed, are peculiarly a. other produce, intendedfor that market, which he
dapted to diseases of the Lungms, Liver and Stomich. w!ll dispose of, ean ems6 mission, and flatters hieseif
Certificates and full directions for use, accompany tb at fl'om his long acquaintance with the Northerii
each bottle. Sold by and Southern 'Markets, he shall be enabled te .give
WADDEL,' RANDOLPH & LEWIS., satisfaction to such as may fel disposed to pi....:
Jan. 27-l-tff him, not only-in the sale of their I- '. .,
n 7 investment df any part of the 'proceeds they may
F OR the cure of Rheumatism, Scrofula or King's No. 60 Water street, New-Yrok.
H 'Evil, Sciatia, or Ilip Goet, Incipient Carncers, References :1ion. J. Branch, R. W. Williams anu
Salt Rheum, Svyhlilitic and Mercuri'al diseases, par. Sam. Reid, at 'laliahassee. James Lanier & Co. at
ticularly Ulcers and asinful affections of the bones, Q''incy.I John B. Collins, at Monticello. Win. J.
Icerated theoat and, nostrils ; Ulcers of every de- Bailey, at Magnolia. Win. G. Porter at Apalachi-
scription, Fever Sores, and internal abscesses ; Fis- cola.I C, & l ,.t;, St. Joseph.
tulas, Scald-Head, Scurvy,,Biles, Chronicsore eyes, Feb. 3J, 1838--1-' I..
Erysipelas, blotches, and every variety of Cutane. "
ous affection; Chronic Catarrh, Headache from ANCIS ARION.
particular causes ; pain in, the stomach and Dys. ---. -WTTINNER of the great Sweep-
pepsia, proceeding from ,vitiation-t affections of the "-- V stake and Post-stake,,'3 and 4
Liyer, Chronic infa-mation of the Kidneys, and `- .M .:ie heats, at Tallahassee, will Stand-
general, debility, caused by a torpid action of the ', 1 Marianna, the present season, which
vessels of the skin. It is singularly efficacious in l --l -ak- ', ,3 already commenced, at Fifty
rennovating those cofistitutions which have been DOllars, pryabl- on the 1st December next. All
broken down by injudicious treatment, or juvenile tli,. :. i, L bred M.aies, at this time owned in the Ter-
irregularities. I ritory will be served gratis. For further particulars
In general terms, it is oeoommended in a'l those of performance and Pedig'ree, see hand-bills, Spirit
diseases which arise from im purities in the blood, of the Times, and American Turf Register.
or vitiation of the numnors, of whatever name. or J.J. PITTMAN.
kind. Feb. 17-14-m3
Some of the above complaints may require some Fihe Floridian, Irwinton Herald, & Spirit of the
trifling applications Which the circumit'a-ces of the Times, will publish the above fortliree months and
-case will dictate ; but for a'general remedy, otrPu- forward thef accounts-for payment.
rificator to remove the cause, Tue INDIAN PANACEA
Ir ,ii c.:':-,_ IIy be found sufficient. IrOS2. .SALE.
'I'l. abu'.'w valuable article just received and.for D FIRST rate yeun'g Nothern
sa1 by STEWART & BARNARD, A Horte. y undoe lt
GeC ral Agents for Middle Florida. l *.--,.., .ose- A handsome light
May 20, 1837. .-.._' <. :-rri;mt> which can be arranged

u --~-----~-I ~I

&-A R TIAN SJPiIFIC'-A cure 'for the
S TOOTH ACHE, and a powerful antidote
against the Scurvy.
ITS Esi'c'c.('.-'I-hiere never parhadp's existed any
remedy which deserved more justly the epithet of
Specific. The celebrity which it has acquired in
France and other countries, has "made it known as
-one 'of the mnst precious remedies of the art of cur ,
ing. In a few seconds the most acute and obstinate
pain is appeared., Its efficacy against the Scurvy
without being so quick, is not however less certain
and powerfuiL Sold 'by

: .. A CAIRD. '
[ i ICHARD R. PILGRIM, grateful for the pa-,
i Ktronage which hlie has hitherto received, thinks
it his duty to apprize his former customers, and tne
public generally, that he has recently received from
the-n north, a-very large supply of Cloths, Cassi-,
meres &' Vestings, of the very best quality,
besides many fancy articles, suitable to the taste of
all fashionable Gentlemen. His assortment has
been almost entirely purchased by-Mr. John R. Lu-
dir. gton, ot New-York. I ,
' The'al'.ulnI.:.'r .-, business will be carried on at the
old stand; aird conducted under the firm of
1fi order-that they might be enabled to furnish
their t.,,rk according tolthe mest approved execution,
several first rate workmen have been employed from
the most fashionable establishments in the city of
New-Y.-rl:-mi'us -.nabIin.2 to -".,int:. with the Tai-
lors of tin-' N.rliii.n t .cm .-. '1 tr.y I--, I assured that
their fellow-citizens, will give-to themanportion of
their custom, and -thereby eaebIe then to give such
wages, as will ensure the' services of-men, capable
of fu'aishilig wvork in the very best 1,:m '.
; Thllhn lna+r',?.J n l. l-.'"--t,..l
VF ROM the Sub.scribers Plantation in Jefferson
SCounty,i on We-dn,:.d i -'"in inst-a Negro man
riaem-d Sam, belonging to theeEstate of Robert
Sturges, dec'd. Thie above N,:.-1:. hn- de4 in
Tallahassee and at St. Marks, and is Well 10,'n in.
-both these places:-.a liberal reward" v; il1 L,.Aii for
'his apprehension and safe delivery. ,
March 31,-20-8t.,
A CAkID.-rl 1 i$,_'. l i.I'F,.'\. ,- inir--l
tnue to pirn :tice L;%% i, :-IIl th- C,.,ir' -.t'
Lit FIlorind i. andin the bourt-of Appeals-at Talla-
raeoe. All professional business entrusted to his
ohra, shall be promniptly and faithfully attended to...
Hl-n retri 1 rin iri ithu City of St. Augustine.
l',;h. !'-,1lIm3"' / *

-" .-,

S as a inIaU inuorI si uggy, u o LO uhorte
!-_s-.t Barouche. Enquire at this Office.
Feeb. 3 1831-1-df.t

u-& TN HriI subsariber contii'res to car-
jUj v 1 ry on the manufacturing of Tin
'. _" v mware, and will at all times have on
(S -._ m hand a general assortment, either at
-"Sa wholesale or retail, on as reasonable,
erms as ciin be sold in any southern market, deliv-
erable taily ster at Tallahassee.
.Jan.e .--8-t.
P. 8. l, : itr,.i'n .ai e'pe'rienced 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. W; H. F.
SHAVE ascertained that fifty-two Bales of Cot-
ton, of the estate of Clharles Black, of the crop
of 1836, -were 'brought to Tallahassoe, and I have
reeeived'Acceount-Sales of but thirtyfour; any in-
formation of the manner in which the other eighteen
bales were disposed of, will be thankfully received.
Pnc-'.., i'.!l,,; I. f communicate with me upon
this r 1.i 'l ...qii p1.ir, to I'ir. iR. H. Berry.
March 13-16-tf

N OTICE is hereby given to the subscribers to the
Stock of this Bank, that their title papers' hay-
been rtc i, .1.l r, '.% i i,;n i -':rn toi Charles H. DuPont
Esq. When reported upon satisfactorily, Mortgages
and Bonds' will be sent to the, parties for execution.
'J,"'. JOHN PARKHILL, Cashier.
March I", 1838,-17.-tf. ,

fB METCALF is prepared to make or, re-
"B pair Guns of every description, in F. Towle's
back Shop. He will also do Job-work generally,.
Tallahassee. Dec.21, 1836.-6tf.

R AN VAWAY from the subs-criber, on the,19th
linst., his Negro man Harry, about 30 years
ofage. Iarry is firom 5 feet 61to 7 inches in height,
of a coal-black complexion ; his front teeth decayed,
his head well combed, and interspersed with gray
'hairs ; was well dressed when he left, is forward in
speaking, and not timid; was recently brought
from:York District, South Carolina, by Messrs.
McClintock and Hughes. The above reward will
,". -.rn fri l -ni "p:] i...n i and detention until I
Fr IA 1, ital L ;at .i ". ll onnty, and ten dollars
,iftakenin. EJIVARD HOUSTON,
'ma c near Tallahasiso.
.Muroh 31 l?-tf. -

L~qma~lOB ,rscr9HL~u~Bsrrrrn' -M ~~C

-1. .
Olives, .
Orange Mamalade';
Preserved Orange,
Peaches in Brandy,
Fine Scotch Herring,
Sperm Candles.
Ice Cream constantly kept on hand.
Parties supplied with P*t-.iar.
April 28-24,-tf.

Leeches! Leeches!! Leeches!!!
TUST Received, on C..... -r .i about 1000
Leechies. Pers(... il.Hi. with sores, In-
flemminations &c. will do, well to supply themselves
with the above. The'ym-niay be had of
April 28,-24-t9.

NEW 4;:O9+.
J UST RECEIVED I- S l 1,g -. Marks, an as-
sortment of Finle ClotlhlS of the best qual-
ity, from the latest Importations. Summer Goods,
Crape, Brown and White Drill. Buff Casimner,
April 28,-24-tf. .

Cabinet Chair & Sofa Maker,
First Premium Cabinet Maker, of New York,
late from Columbus, Georgia.
rMESPECTFULLY Infoms the citizens of Tal-
lahassee, and of the Territory of Florida gen-
erally, that hle i',i,:t,, 1 ..rn r,-. n'T ,:,1 -,h 1 '.' mii,;,-
in'll '- ', T .Il. --, .... .. ,f,, .-.t'n in,.!'..
during Cabinet Ware iii all its rianeh-
es, and assures the public that it will be.to' their ad-
vantage by giving order's here instead of importing
work from the North, asthe style and workmanship'
will not be excelled by any in the United States.
Those who'. are in want of furniture will do well
not to order from the North, as the subscriber will
be able : .I' -l f.y all demands in a very short time,
as soen as materials and workmen arrive from the
north. ,I
SReferences-Gov. Call, R.J. Hackley, E. Loock-
erman, R. Hayward, W. H. Brodie, Capt. Brown.,:
A. Alston, Col. H. W. Braden, Wm. Lester, Capt.
May 12-26-tf.

T HE co-partnership heretofore existingunder the
firm of McRaeny &-Hawes is this day dissolve.
ed by mutual consent.' All those indebted to the
said firm, either by note or Book account, are request-
ed to make immediate payment to S.F. HAWES, who
is fully authorize md to receive alldebts due the firm,
and give discharges ..
The business, will hereafter"'will be continued by
Tallahassee, April 9th,-S-2-tf.

Subscriber, about 6 weeks since, a small Bay
Pcney, reached mane with' saddle spots on the
back, and has lost one'ofhis eyes, a liberal reward
will be given to any person returning him.
April 7, 1838-21-t3.

'OO)K & .OB3 PRINTING, Promp.
tly and Neatly Exeteued at thel Office of the

oAiMisIacmr Tonsora, cpsine again.
T HE Subscriber tenders his sincere thanks to
to the 'citizens of Tallahassee, and the public
generally, for the liberal encouragement lie lias rec-
civeid, and would respectfully inform them, ti -u hI
is now prepared to do -i ( [ il of work en his iine'
assuring those who may favor him with a clI
hle will be punctual in ji.i u'iii,.' 1'is work in a
workman-like manner. .X M. HUGON.
Having just received per Schr. Leoeidas, a fresh
i,. of the following articles, offers them .for
sale low for Cash
White Lead, Tei'rre de Sienna.
Red .do. ,. Linseed Oil,
Venitian Red, Spts. Turmpentine,
SSpanish WV.'r' Gum Copal,
do. Brown, Copal Varnmish,
Crome Green, Blinders,
do. Yellov, I., i ,..-
Yellow Ochre, Sulphate of Zinc.
Verde-gris, Gold & Silver Leaf.
Prussian Blue, Frostings, all colours,
Umber, Vermiliibir,
Lake, ,
And Glass fall sizes. He willkee-p constant-
ly on hand, all of the above articles for the accom-I
modation of his customers, at moderate prices.
Tallahassee, Dec. 23, 1837.-,6-tf

S Pedro, on or aboAt the 28t0, of Mirch a small
bay mare thin in feslh any person returning said mare
to William Wood, at San-Pedro, or to R. R. Pilgrim,
Tallahassee will receive a liberal reward.
BUSHEL S SALT, in bulk
INt P afloat, for sale. Apply to Swudin
& Madden, St. Marks, or to Robert Lyon, Ttlla-
hasaee. Jan. 6, 18385,Rtf.

Stop thief,-Sixty Dollaris RewIard.
QjTOLEN on the night of the l2th of Marcds,838
KM from a Camp 20 miles east of Tallahassee FlI'i-
da, a public horse, bright Sorrel Colour, switch tail,,
bIld face,-and marked U. S. on the left shoulder.'
The scoundrel who stole the horse, ealls himself D.
Hewitt, he has sharp features, red hair and about
5 feet 3 inches high.
Thirty dollars will begiven forth recoveryof the
horse u,.ii mi,WY i-:Ilars for the apprehension and re-
covery '" i.-: ,'in,. .; so that the rascal can be brought
to Justice
Any information respecting the horse or thief, can-
be left at the Florilian Office.
April 7,-21-tf.

0 N Thursday night 19th inst. from the 'sub'scri-
hbers house, while he was absent, Threea bills of
$20 each, on' the Union Bank of Florida, anilf three
Notes, one of $67, on J G Padrick; one of $42,
on J. H. Rhodes, due 1st January last, and oine.of
$35, on J. H. Rhodes, due 1st March last. A re-
ward of $10, will be given for the recovery of the
money and notes.
Persons are hereby cautioned against trading for
said notes, and the owners from paying them.
Tallahassee, April 28-24-t-3-

rOTICE.-By mutual consent, ROBERT
i_-LLOYD of the latefirnn of Swaim, Lloyd
& Co. having withdrawn from'the concern, the bu-
siness Will hereafter b'e continued under the name of

St. 'Mafks, Dee.. 13th, 1836.-6tf.

Requests acohtiruance pf the patronage hereto-
fore'd extended to the late Firm, and pledge themsel-
ves to spare no pains to please- those who feel dispo-
sed to patronise them.








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unless professionally engaged.
March 1-16-tf

" HE Subscribers have opened a Biatleryihe
3- this City, (on Washington Square,)' an8 are,
prepared to execute all branclhes oftheir business inm
.s good style as can-'be done elsewhere. Blank.
Books made to-, order and- ttRled to fany pat."
ern, to math any style of binding. Paper ruled fo'
Iills, Letters, &e. Particular attention paid to re.
minding old Books, Newspapers, Magazines, '&c.
The Subscribers pledge themselves that all Qrders-'
hall b- executed with neatness and dispatch.
Tallahassee, Oct. 14, r837'.-48.tf.

published every Saturday, 'at the room (up
-stairs) formerly occupied -as the Intelligencer Office,
situated at the South West corner of Wa-ihinzion-
Square-At Fdaur Dollars in advance; o; Fi,:. .i the
end of the year. '
, AnvERTISEMENTS inserted at One Dollar per squarb
of twelve lines or less, for the first ihsertion, and
Fifty cents, fot'each subsequent ifsertion. Adver.-
tisemenis not marked with the number of insertions
required, will be continued until forbid and .rgd
for. 'M .S ,
S[DlAll communications, intended f..r pijblhratiel; -,
must be addressed to J. KNOWLES, Editor. -.s6
hE3 No subscription received' for less thai? six-
months. KNOWLES & HUTlHIN'S.-
I' I

,+ .- ;;: .... -,,/ ,:

Pleasaiit-Grove Academy. 's-' i .-l >tg ; ,I -.
f 1t I'[ Institution will be o iened on the first on- Ti, L,,r-, lJ'ia,- iir i/ tlorldi'. "
,day in-April next under the supervision of a i in'l, h.':I ,n M ,,,-aneous.
I ir'a'. qualified to teach all the beaches of an
I:. lr .; : luceation, together.wilha the L.atin, Greek, '.% ''i N, ',,. i t.*i, F-ir" HindireiJ anr.-I
French, and Spanish Language. The A.-,- i is -_r 'I .-' .u ,[ ,, '..,., u-,r'- tI [|.t y.- i
a I h lii, ,, rep"''-p ahlel neighborhood, alout ,.'I o, 'i 'I T 'i I'. li'.. .1 J NI., H'i,,i'dI.d
-J.,.I '-''."' ill[--- *' .: '1 || I '. h i, ./ l,.l', u' ., J, ",... 0 t'll' ll ,)n el , ':.
T er m s of T uitioii. .E I-ln i i ,,ll'" r i'.,, I.1 .',,r.t,J il'.,.i-('t.
Reading, writing and Arithmatic, per qdarter -..e. '' '* P i A I
Higher Branches of.English, i.. o6s i I '.. I.- ,.,!" A i cl tI; i'.
L ang u ag esk, ,1:., "r ; t, : :, l i|', '.r
Bo trd can be obtained in respectable families, on l hdriJcd W v tu luu rec,iu i e Ne l Y.,, I \V,'
reasonable terms. ; hig." We have incurred considerable expense
W. H. CASSELS, S,-.,,-iar,. in order to furnish our read'eis with a sheet sufficient-
arch3, 1838--16--5t. I,.,.. ....... I,, i''., necessary matter expected in
ac .'-' '-' i' ,r ,. \V r-.w present them with the first
NOTICE. numanber of the l. -i .... l Paper in the United States.
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of the late On Politics ourcourse is already known; our ar-
A Peter Robinson, deceased, are requested to tiless will be comprehensivee, moderate and candid,
make immediate payment to either bf the subseri- with enough -n., -. ,i.. decision to conviee our
bers, and those who have claims against the Estate adversaries that they cannot drive us from the .
wall pros, and them.preperly athentiated for settle- while there is a rag.of the Whig banner left 'to rally
will produce tliiomnproperly aiatlaen ticated for settle under.
R. J. HIACKLEY, '"- "i iI. .l..'-. ..- will also appear regularly.
Y. YWELL'FORD. -. ..1.1-'-. I' 1 i.-.; ', by which vie will
Tallahassee, Feb. 8, 187.-13tf. be enabled to present every week, excellent Medical
SReports. This departrie-mnt will be under bth. sqPer-
T ...-i NOTICE vision of one of the mest eminent, experienced and
L persons indebted toE. B. Prkins by Note skilful surgeons of this city, and cannot fail to be
LL persons indebted to'E. B. Perkins by'Note 1*,.-... t, ;-iuiteresting. There is not a medical
or ac count, are requested to call and settle the bai n he r ir not a edcal
same, asit is necessary that his business should be jounal published min Nev York., antd somethi-..i
closed as soon possible- tie kind las beei much needed. We trust bur '' I 1
E. BsRNARD, jia. & CO. ical dep trtment will in a great measure supply time
Tallahassee, Nov. 10, 1836.-ltf. want of so 1.... ,-i. I-.,,'.1, ,, ., -
-Foreign and [.'... '.. Nevs, we shall give as
X 1.t0Re'. fully as possible, and we intend, to coppy largely
fi'SIE Subscriber having returned to the- T.,-;. from the French and English papers.
_1k tory for the purpose of settling uphis business, Foreign Literature will met with-careful atten-
will remain in Tllahas.ec for a few weeks. All per- tion. Our. resources in this department are inoxhaus.
sons who do not avail themselves of the opportunity tibie. German and Frnchi Literature willhbe patr-
of liquidating their accounts, cannot expet longer ticularly noticed. This .1 ,.. '.1 J1I is supplied by,
indulgence. All accounts, which then remain un- one of the first s6lblars .' i ... try.' :
settled, will be found in the'hands of proper officers Histonical Sketches will appear frequently, and
for settlement. VM. MANER. care will be observed to have them correct.
March 5. 1838 17-tf Biographical Notices of prominent men, will form
a portion of the :' : '. o f the Weekly Whig..
F 0 JND, on the Meridian road asrnm all sum'of It is ox. intention to furnish accurate wood cut
m' lioney which the owner can have by appli. likenesses of our native poets.
cation -to the subscriber on Lake Jackson, 11 nImiles The Drama we shall take under onr especial' ."-,
north ofiTallahassee, and paying for this dvertise- ing, and 'while we shall endeavor to do justice to thet
m hent. talented, we shall also'closelyv criticise the wreticed
W. A. CARR. murders-so constantly ,!....,111; .1 .ii..i i,. stage.
March 24th 1838-19-tf. Readings for Childi i! I.- r.'.... i. I, with a
wood cut generally accompanying Oar object here
-', -"--',,- 'U-.---- . will be to int-rest and ameu" tth- ri'i," ,-nr'-,etiie
'e b .Ss ,, The Music of the stage :,. t'.. .... I
O'^ O a* will become our dutytpo point out, as far as possible,
; ,- ,ywlp", Ot .thhits '-vsril i'nprovrem -w' which are absolutely required
A TL will purchase Cotton at the hightst m I .1 II ',. ofthecoru-
9 market price during the Season. n, t.. .
MARTIN & HART. To the Ladies we have a word to say ;-we shall
Tallahassee, Sept. 30,-46-tfI not forget their interests ;-balls, parties and fash,
C1PI A 'Et i q:i.-_!Bl *. ions will claim our notice,'. i,, ,. and receive
HE Subscribers having associated themselves such attention as wihl plum s-- I 1i,,I,.' ,". .
1 together in busin-ess, under the rm of s that to render our papor' agreeable, we must receive
A tether in business, under the Lrm the patronage and ..... -,. ., our fair fiends.
HARLEY,& GORMAN, We shall endeavor i., I-..... always furnish-
SRespectfully inform their friends and the public, hig ,-,et!'in' siiil!-le to their tastes.
that they intend carrying on the Dry-Good, 'Talese o i-.. t .. interest will always be found
G& grocery flta g ida ... in the Store recently is the W .':i ....
occupied-by Mr. V .,. 1 ,1 ti, corner of Monroe and Reviews of late publications, and notices of no-
Clinton-streets. ,. vels anid romances, : 1 'l ,, given.
PAUL H. HARLEY, The Poetry we f.ir.l,.!i ,. ,i .- .refully soleted,
WV I. P. GORMAN. and we have on hand already several beautiful .pieces
Tallahassee, 'Dec. 30, 1837.-7-tf from known writers, which we shall soon insert-.
SGeneral Education will fd'rm a promin-ent feature
NOTICE. in the Weekly Whig, and we 'hall -......'. i a. '
7TIE Subscriber having sold his entire mercan- nish matter of the first imnportance to parents and
tils interest in this City, to Messrs. Harley & teachers.
German, desires all persons who are indebted to him 'Embalishmrents. We have -several caiIal wood
to maake immedimirto p-nv-".it t6m his A ;' M -. J cuts, and others now with the engravers, one or more
L. P. Taylor'and i..., ...',. !, at the ..i room. of which maybe regularly expected in each weekly
in thie stores formerly occupied by him, either by number. They are mostly from -original desiigns,
Notes, Cotton at the market price, or Cash. And and will add much to the value of thie paper.
.ll who' are indebted to him, for 1831, '1835, and 1836, Corninercial. We have a peron employede, who
n.r informeind that indulgences caiinet longer be giv- for a long thime has been engaged in procuring corn- ,
n. e- mercial intelligence; who is in every way competent,
Messrs. Harley & German, will no doubt, give, and will devote the whole of his time to the New
my .friends and customers' every satisfaction, if they York'Markets. Under our coinmmerc'ild head will be
ara patronized by them, in whom I have every con- found full reports of the Markets; Prices Current;
fidence. W. MANER. Steek and Exchange; Bank Note Table, and all
DU-c. 30, 1837-7-tf- matters calculated to interest business men.
SS & 'Terms. Three '...ii ,.. i ,,. in advance, and no
UALD FA-JA ji a .paper will be furnished unless time ciaus are s"rictiy
Our motto is, Cash paid and Cash expected." :... -.i.,' with .. ,
A Lirge Assortment of Ca(niS made to keep Orders for the paper must 6e *i I. I1 tt6he Pub-
S durir _. r. 4,i- i. .....i.. t.... --!on hand, fresh lisher, JAMES G. WII. "iiN. at t Office a of .the
from 'the F.,r 11- ..r.. .ritc 1to _- ,,d, being _made New York Daily Whig, 127 Nassau Street. Nolet-
in the climate, tears taken front the Post Office, unless post paid.0
Country MN rchants would do well tVoeurochase be-' Communications may be addressed to the Editors,
fore the ot c weather sets in. and sent also (post paid) to Cth. Office of toe Daily -
Also for sale, the following, just hiported articles, P ehig...
Mushroom Ketchup, Persoes sending .$5, (post paid) will be entitled to
i Oil, two copies of the I1.. .1 W ig:.. .1 ,r : 'i-'; Orone
S,, .. copy for two years. Marcla 3d, 1833.

IIC~L~ ~i-i-~- i- a ~-----~.

;----PI t~ i ; x:-{r Ti' _
So .. 1 lifE
EtrLt IT rE1 e ke. P. BnowY.-
W n"' E ni 1,i h lu..rm.., 'in. ':. i, thlinrga, to be
..',,,e- y o M -i :, ,,,-. it' .i a n,.vr era of
ill 1n..1 'ir' r .i, -iill,[ vl I- .i irn -t ii[..,rn Tile aston-
I-l,[ U I0I%, I ,.. It I; .Lntr' '.p; it. i t [[I [Itl? i nfluen-
l'.: .i i I L i' l ,- k. it ip ih.: 1iii ,-m' ..nl t o ihi. w world's
Sii. -.-lrri ..-. ii I-.-c. ,, M ,] ,I Ph h,,~|nI l plI ,v. Politics,
Lii: ralT r.:'... ... ..,'r '. _'.,,,,o..', eit, A rt i .'l Agricul-
1,1,.,, 11 !,."' r',. r-, 'I,_ l rI imlJ i -n.,Jri ,-l' affected
for good or ill, by our hlumb'l P.:r i.hl-.. 1. When
younger than now, we ,,:.i,. ih. ',.-,. % 'tI..J gr S t
things from our labors i' 'ii.- H [1 .:. irmiprormt..nl ;
but if now we can do a ;i'0'e., ;Id tFL'itt- ^,i bit loor.
iy, we mmay be satisfied, p.idri,g thl' l itnrid i-I l be
found on-thei side -.. -
If in the cause n.-' ( i i,.i..-.. I ,e m gi,. h,, i,,a
tow ardv s i i. -i. i' I..,. r. 1.: 1 .: ,'1, ; ," ,i.j i,,i,
-if m ay A,,.., r I ...II -' .t,, ,. ," iat .'rr-ut iel ..ri, in
which sorrowv and gaffe., i. ,- ,iL,,",. to '-, ;.,d.
than the joy- -ot 11 r...,, ,.-,, l l ,, 1,h. h,.,| i '' of
thoughtless ,,.ll ..., I..,-rn 1 'r s i i ,i- ..-
If in MortaLS, we may be enabled to prove the sci-
ence plractical-founded in the'( -...ji.ri;,,,i ri," mn .not
as am independent i-..i -',.I, .'b' a r'd, p.:m-lr,n t on
the favor of his creatori, to whom he is every moment
responsible, and on m,. i i,.. t,,. benevolence, the
forbearance of his :'i. r ,1 .ii.,' ask no i-,.-,
With the selfish stern of 'Palcy, Bentliam, and
whole schools of somewhat less distinguishedit n-min ,
7-"if system it miy be called"-we have i..l ,i,i.
do. Let such as c.,mbe hoehest on no other terl me
by all moans adopt their system. .Itwas frem-ed for
such unfortunate persons. -
If in PmiLoSOriv, we be bermi.,ten to convince
few, else unconvinced, that the pupil of'Gamalii'l
wais a wiser man than the pupil of Plato, We shalt
have .-........,,,.:,.- very much to our satisfmactio,
If POLITIC,' s.--hy which term we have no reference
whatsoever t ilthe. strifes .1 p 111,.:, ,, I: .-r power and
place, aind pecuniary profit--if true Politics-shall
not suffer, nor th-e' .......... .. i. -. -take ;i .,,-. by
omr labors, as we trust, we miay.well be content. We
give.' i. .- 1 .. .. no promise,'we entqr into
no .H- ..,_,-.i_ Wititl our eminent coLetem-
per i'"' .ir 1 ; *. Revi-w, "we hold.it to be
the duty,", however doubted "as wall as the right "
however-disputed, -.. f all ChIr ; -11i ,,- t,:iit..'.. I..
with the press, to have and to uin ,,. I .''ri, 'I..,,,
ii"r-.' t :r'-. ,11 i ,,,w ith v i 1 .:,1.. i..: n. m.
-- ,- ....... 1) .: r. ;--.. nmdif.in thle course ofl human
events," it shall so befall' that our little help may
seem required, dit shall not be withheld. In this de-
partment we aiesurm ofable assistouce from men ol
experienca,-as well as of 1.;. ', i illent ; wLho, though
retired from thea field of-...- i,. strife, when needed
will ever be first among the foremost to lend a strong
hand to 'save the republic.
In thIe cause of Literature and Science, we shall
do what we can' with the .best aids we may be able to
procure. ..
STo our Country's stock of Natural Science, do we
oh [.., il, -.I-- 'to add morntnmae in mite by avoiling
ourselves of tie peculiar advantaiges of our situation
oni a literary peninsula, ,,.. 1.,,.. far into the Salt
Ocean, and pouring fartb iiss ocoan river of fresh wa-
ter from its ahuost extreme ocean boundry,;-a re-
gion abounding with animilud and vegitable life, vary.
-... ,->many features from the aimeal and vegetable
.'.. every other portiom of our broad empire.
For the Aris and Agriculture, Science and Enter- -
prise have done little for Florida, of which to avail
ourselves.- bat should our efforts find 1
we hope : .. i for.tihese important br .ich-
es of life. ... .. ,,. iv' w ailth ani d .... ,!! ,1.
FoR CoNiERiace, we freely promise to do more than
is usually expected from Jourmnals of nhis charactLer,
b"y -*,,,, 'r numlolerlassesouac.,wofth0e 0ouhD1,
and Fiorida ini p.. ticular.
-Ia tlie cause of Education, both oar duty and our
inmleination will insbre our untiring exerolii to do.
all ine our power to promote it.
1P4ER S.-The i, -,.. will be publisheol Sendt
Q4uartelv, on good paper, 96 pages octrvo. at the
Courier 'office, by WEma & RiceARDnsoN.) Price .,
per annum, payable ou, delivery of the first umlimber.
Editors of ..... i m we exchange,
will confer afi ., .. U. uve.

A ;. ..a e
-"-^'1. und-rsignod contemiplates returnimg to
3 fit bir at the end of 12I months fr'o.n to- ay.-
Desirous now for the first time in his lit'u of devoti.tl
hirselt-h .. 1 i.. ,, .,pr'iessomnal palsuits,'he would
resume ",,r ii .,...-, immediately, but for objections
: .-....... existing, to his reappearing at theebar at
present. H- trata's however, that wvithiin -the per.
od nnmetioned, .a change in thne judicial -.I ,'i r .
tioie of the Middle District, .to' whieh ....,
will, as heretofore, be chiefly confined, miay occur,
by whilch tlie.oojheOtioes referred to, will be obvkaIeg.
Ia the mean tline, lie will resume hs ,- ,., ,
,I Jackson, and extend his practice to thi 1mewiy c-
rected County of Calhliou. -fle will attend to busi-
ness'in the'Court of Appaais.
On his final return to the profession, the unmersign-
ed pledgrus the most single and assiduous atwtoitno
to -its objects and duties.
Tall mhass-'e, Feb. 22d, 1838.

ATTORNIA "( I-'% _*i L'LLol 1 AT LAW-,
W ILL attend to the Courts of the diflTrent coun.
ties of Middle-.Fli.. i hir. rrl w-il.l also attend to
the collection of all I ...:. | v--- J in his hands for
that purpose. Office at Monticello, Florida.:
March 1-16-tf -
A CAR-0.
AVID LEVY, ATT'oaRNdE'AT LAW, will attend
.l i1.i fi m r..i to all business entrust.
ed to -ii care ,,, C.,. r.'.... of East-Florida, and in
the Court of _i*',.:;.
Taileahasset. u. h-'1-l- [f

Liaw NoS ee<.
attend the Courts in Middle Florida, and thm
Superior Court for Jackson County, West-Florida.
Oct. 28-50-tf.
T HE Subscriber has returned to Florida, with'
thie ril..,'riii of permanently locating himself
end wishes to pursue his business, of Briclklay-
illg & Brick-Miaking, He would prater;
.o get business in the country. All business entrust_
ed to his care, will be executed in a plain, neat,.
end workmanlike manner.. -
April 28-24-tf
J OOHN P. .DIUVAL, Attorney at Law, is
authorized to receive all debts due. the estate of'
i. Halsey dec'd. All persons indebted, are request_.
*d to make immediate p meot or suits will beinsti. .
u ted. ~ '
WM. A..GUEST..Admr. of
Tallahassee, Dec. 16, 1837.-5-tf.
"H AS removed to the house formerly occupied by
t Baker Johnson, "Esq. corner ofMonroe Mid tawoa
iundred-foot street, where he stAY BE ALWAYS found.-