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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: September 8, 1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Feb. 1838; ceased in Feb. 1839.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 8 (Jan. 6, 1837 i.e. 1838).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: Florida wathman and Tallahassee literary gazette
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ch, .ehuaky made, somewhat stooped or humped ed.--Uolumbius (OL/to) Journal.
,houlder-d, dark completed, can't look a person in
the face steadily, has'a pecuiar grin or laugh, and Youth and its pleasures had passed away,
motion with his hands and shoulders, and a small
:sc;r on his uperfllp ; he is fond of drink and petty Manhood had flown as the sunset ray,
S,.i., though he cannot be c lled a very in- Old age had co-ne on him, the veteran gray,
temlperate man. lie i'. *.'I cases the words--"I And onhis last couch expiring he lay.
*giodlingsi," and lots -nd golas," lia his vay of lmeas- 1
during quantity. H-is i ..:,; : is but wll rme- What cared he forlif when all were gone,
hbarod, but thinks he-wore away a white hat, stripe'' The loved and the loving that cheered him on
roindlcoait and pn:uitalons. Ho was pursued to A- In the weary'way to the darkso.ne grave?
Ilerie-us, Sumpter eenrity, but it is t~houghat-lic, was
,r...is S .t- cuy, b t ieleaves there, it is ra zither and motlher,-Ihe had seen them die,
j Iv iAt \,,l g.. .A ,\'., n, perhaps Mobile. I1 For brother and sister had the. tear filled his eye
wi Ii" ..,.1 ,.,' i; 11 ;, l;; -.:d the adjoining States Wife, children and friends, the gallant and
-&6'' ,]i] i ,, i 1,,,, aIng, sueh ascoundrel ID v
jas, -. I il t.. .. ..e reward for the said brvc ,
Go,. i.u I 11 .... .. .. !ialf for either Had all passed away as the foam on the
*I JOhIN TV. BARKIVWELL. wave! 1
J10 miles north of H.wksinville PuaskiCo. Ga. And the veteran grey, why lingers he here
uy -7 ..When all have gone from him, the loved and
R.eceilrersc .Notice. the dear!
TY H ESubss'iberi- i '. ean 'appointed : .
of thie Court 'of i. ... of the Middle Dis- A I stay, I stay" the gray vet'ran replied
trict-'ih the caise of DJiavid G .A. U't ,kl "To seem country's banner float o'er me in
'Wife et al va. 3. A-. 'Argi .irld, hereby
nice to all p.,rsons indebted ,o the late firm its pride, '..
o' I.. & M.A A' m e .., anJd'L. & M.A. Arz*i- "As don the field of battle I've seen it float of
et'ead & Co., oa non., Bond or B.ook acconn. or for .
rent or otherwise gianti' il1 .eillic to e yor '
alt ex1 s d ecae 'B fthe .Conrt, all "When "Freedom0 was our war 'cry and each
l l,'. I ,,, ;di wi!l be fort-hwiith ,put in suit atthe next sabre, stained with gore,' .
T|':,, ..... proper Couart. Ile will send a ti.t of .as..waved on high! When the slavish foe-
<, I,., .. G-d ben County in a few d:.ys to Isaac-
It. Harris "Esq., ,'i ... Q whom p'yznenit cai be man fled,
mIide, all other must ce. l upon the subseribqrcEt his And Washington, great Washington the
ka in Talaliahassee- f
S. JAIES A.. BERTIIELOT. front of battle lel.
yhly'2-, ,183. 37f receive. "I ive to see our banner waving as it oft has
')i*i. waved of yore;-
,(i'. ". .- ..S4 "-'. ^I..:.;. one farewl glance at that, on earth I ask
1 v oiv or C -ijt :orT AylprpvAtl 5apL'r no Imore I"
F F'l 11 urdoersigneid his' ou consigurant i l;rge
'AL supply or Groceries, ihMa he Is nov0 --.1.,'; 1 .
He had lived in those days when men's souls
low f'or cish, s r approved paper, at tihe storo '. .
*lyoceapied by M1'.rsr. iaenyand Faw-es. Coon- wvre, tried,
try iarielantis and F irrnors woeald 'do well to call Himself aud his brother had fought side by side;
a~ex~niu fbrthcuses Ves.
and Iexamine for t-I)slve. C ISO. In Liberty,s cause his blood had been shed,
DAVID -C. wILsoN.
I1allahasse-July 18 18338. 36 6t In Liberty's cause his brother was dead;
And freedom, blest freedom had urged him on
'InR-0UG^J T TO J3 -_ still,
O N the L.{Uh inst. the following WNegroes9 When lifeblood was red'ningthe vale and the
i |o a boy .about 24 years of age, ligi't con- hill
1 ... .... feet, six inchie-s high, Bob a boy a-
bout 27>- '-eompl.ion, five 'feet five i Long years had passed, yet t46 veteran's dying
', .- ,. I. ,., hnoi they say belong to T'ios. thought
niss i3;r Cuixra Grove, Alabamna. power Was again to see the banner 'neath which he
is -. '.. req'e~st d to coie for.v,.rd prove property, I o ..
p y charges and tfte them away a ougt.
t. .s T 1 -ROBERT LLOYD. H n j
".St. Marks,,Tuly 19, 1838. 3G-4t He liad seen a'young nation just Burst into


birth,
: A (A* r d". "He had seen her oppressed by the strong ones
i ryab aeoD0i -,, :..,',1 .. ;,., .,, ofearth,
cJI' bs-to e of tme *Il..[* '*[ **.... ,
:fev- weeks p-wst, that he was improperly .disposing lie had watchedher growth through every hour
mewsinro"rl isposinig
of the property ia his poassessia, with an intefaion i e .had seen her increase in strength anad i
of going to Frtncs, caused an attachment to be ".I\'. r p
.,. i ,.'. ., ; idcand:thestoreand efieea othine He had Witnessed her struggles on land and on
] ,t. l.i.ho.r" t; i ij ,,l.d 'a ed;of'whom he isadmin- E
istra.tof to b levied upon and closed by i-gal autliori- sea,
ty. Oi being informed of thoe occurren'-, h fofrth- And ever had seen her the noble and free!
v ;iih I.'I, 1i ,.1 lahIassee, satisfiedtliho claji.m nd And now, when he knew that. his moments
procored a liinUdssil of the process. i'.s D or' is re-
opened, aind will continue open as hir-'etofor!, and were told,
the undersigneid will -.. _. I',.i i a.' a-roiiewal oftlia His last wish, his last prayer was her flag to
.fvors of bis elstoucrs. t beholdd
P. GELit<.-RDIN, '* !, *
.Adin'r. of i. Gerrasdni, tec'd. .* * *. *
Jaly 141-35-c.C
N. B.-All persons h ving cl: irs agnist Loud rang the trumpet and claron's sound,
estate, arerc requested to iese the same for s.e.. And clhecrs and huzzas filled the welkin around;
intent, and also Lhos-' 'aavinig ciaii's against tie s6b- Thie cannon's loud roar, and the martial array
.scriber .iadivdaaly,- a:id alt parsons iatorgmrtd i Proclaini-..d the return vf a nation's birth-day "
asaid estate ar_- no iaeu that at tnhi Spr'ing Ter-i,
1839, of L'on0Co.ialy Coart, the Adiaiiiistrator will '1hey had gathered there, -the young, the old,
file his final accounts and make hlis settlement, and -The bright and beautiful, the gallant and bold;
pray a discharge as adijiuitatutar according to iaw Bold hearts and young, glad hearts and strong,
S. '" Allbeat in .the concourse of that mighty throng,
w. '&A[ gS ) Oaa ST'O,4E r- It was a sight to cheer the heart,
.RO thie lsubscisar aboard th 2.th of 124rhh To mnaike old blood flow warm again,
last, a sa'Aall : ,. ..-, i,. i- bay mare, about 4 1 -t And the old soldier, soon from earth to part
r,. ',' it i--7..,"has u -iofbie se::Lr u reter the fi t
dy, a: y I b', ht ast'e so oe rogh FeAt new life knudling in his every vein;
emau paot.hetidhtAoeft. I have beyao to bt-ieve * *
inane- at tjic time -she left., I have rea soni to bolwvCa
tlat shis has gone .to West Florida if sh straved. Long tiame he gazed, deep thoughts wae xors.-
A libex.d reward will 1b given for their mniare dst-Iv- :.w
- ered to the subscriber a. Bulnker Il roy infor- I t o soldier's heart, thoughts too deep
nation wlieli'miay be, directed to lum at the place In th o hr toh to dep
a~fores'aiJ. LEVIN EDWARDS. -for words to tell,
'BiuoIrlrhill, Flto., July 2S, 183--38)-l .I'Thoughts, long harbored in the heart's deep
i.' jS-n1_ j r..H 1 lSisi recess lurking
7R 'Mi 12i'" Ait' is prepared to -si ke or re- That could only be moved by this minighty
_UB .op ir (, i .' 's description, in F. Tuwl''s spell!


back Shop. te will ;ilso do .Jo')-worIK i...
,.T:l'eiseaapc I)ec. I21. 1836.-itf.
Notice to 3111k'i5a'5eI,,
CUSTOM Lt HOUSE, KEY WEST.
CoLLEcroa's Or-nIC:, June 30th, 1838.
The Light Vessl for the North West Rir of this
Harbor, has been placed at 16y lnmoorings. She lies
about'eight miles firomr Key Wa-st, 'it .the junction of
tine Northand North West ..,. .- .I, so-as to serve
as a guile to vessels entering either.
IVessels from the weatw 1. .,, ', ,: i i I.' (.,
NTorli Channel, will bring i. ,' V I t- r
due south,Mia d run directly i ; ; i.-iJ ,.n i .'i l. ,
her station, will then ran for the Light House, on
Siey West, unless the tide should be ext raordinarily
l'w, there is ten feet in this chamnuel at low water,
ind&tswelvo feet at high water.-
V Vessels coming in by the North west Channel,
wi. t'P ic he liglit vyesal to boar south cast, half
S. east, .a'-, h.',hr,.anidthen steer fr.tlhe Light House
Sas before. Tais channel ii considered the best,
SIkaving f-rom one to two feet more .water than theli
other. -- '
M MIastcrs of Vessels going but from Key West, will
merel'YV reverse the'aboid directions.
Til, Li 0ht Vessel shows one light at-an elevation
o '.ilt,,u 51 !t' whichhlih may be seen in clear wveath-
er Inine or tern miles. '
.- .- -, I W. A, WHITEHEAD.
r- .- GCol. & Sup't Lights.
F.ILU[ AND WIN-TFl,. GOODS
FiWU E Subscriber has just received and -offers fr.
JL; -4 ie, a, select Assortment of('Co! lIn%, Cas-
sikanImere". & Ve-Eians. tA-lso, a.-lot of tea-
d a' Latle `('io.0 li.n', .-."'i-i.,g, Cl lue,.Black,
A'el al.-., .lMulube'rr, .ihl Iit.'.-.i 'rutk and D1ir,'-
C'Oe It!. !
',.it,,.inixed, IMob- dir, anild Blanket-Over Coats.
Sattimet-t, ,nd -Kentucky Jean Froek and Dress
/ Coil?. .. .
P"rj iii. Fj:r'ir.'i] and Cut-velvet Vests.
di f'lo. Silk and Satin do. ,
White mnd Brck Cp'drim Satin do. .
Cloth, Bombazin and Fi.:',l Valencia do.
b Bl.i-. BLack a nil Drab Ltassirnero Pantaloons.
ikmn aili Si'p,' -n Buck.skin, do.
SNspolhon.cord -in, St'-,-.iiuoi] do.
Srttinn., e .rin,,'-ii uiil KentuckyJean, do.
Ii A.,a conipliite ts-,.rlirurat of SIirt's, Stocks,
SS'i'_Sillrderi GIov'e. IHtaladkt'l'iat',,.
i *" rrn iTricles .iually i.,und it 'iiS lir '-[ Ablih.
L *' -off^.f wlhitm are offered eliOap, for Cish or
A"o .. Bz B..BULL.


lie rose from his couch, erect the soldier stood
Deep silence reigned o'er the multitude,
B1 ._!i\ lh.-ii flushed his but now dim eye,
"IHurrah, hurrah," hle said "Our homes and
Liberty.!"
No'more.-The band moved on with measured
tread, "
They had no need to linger there, the veteran
grey was dead!


JAMIE.
Columbus, August 6th, 1838.



We recommend the communication o
Mr. Holbrook in-t loday's naper, to the
careful perusal of every parent and teach
er., If the thoughts in it are just and cor
reet, there ought to be an entire revolution
in our system of education.
Would not Editors in the country be
doing a service to the comnimity by pub
lishing this article ?'--N. Y. Transcript.
From the Ieqo York American.
NEW SYSTEM- OF EDUCATION
In the last message from De Witt Clin
.ton to the Legislature of New York, hi
remarked, that with a proper system o
('ed6cai,,iT. and correct modes of teaching
all our children mightbecome familiar witll
.the -pysical piences,, botany, mineralogy
the various classes of animals,- chemistry
*natural philosophy, astronomy, the funda
mental principles of agricultural and.po
litical economy, and with much in history
and biography, without any additional ex
penselof time or money for their instruct
.tion. The soundness and. truth of thi
rei'ark hs sin.:e b',,n fully proved by th
svsflem of eduicatiin ii Prussia and other
Gernin 'Stalcs: a i t has byschools fo
,.L:f,' : .nl t1.' iA in this country.


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booo".10,.r h0 e m)fIII,: lean.a-"Duino.L- tisIncssnI crusato,"systill -Isr1"cid il."h jnton u wn h
i ._',:ji. :. t .,rf i l:,t c p',-|.. ,iti.:,i] ,.'f l 1h v :- ,.n i 1 d ,:':,?11il ':'t ia lh .' .li.:,n M i l: n tl "- .: .: r ._ i,- i." -,Ill I -', ,: \ -. w ,[hai, d .dr onih to '..-
lw:-r u i-," ir,.' I*ac i- t'l ti e .s! toodil rhyr is n .. D :n w ii ,-. i l : l ',_ i .,'. i ,t \.. .-2,l ht:.-| ] ,l q. aI el'I I i- t I ,ir hi ,. :,rrI -o rnemIaie ds "e
I ,- t, Ic'oran i h b e refer.red.i t..ri.... u-:. ,l.oiud .:s a,-t nitv lle of s hp a 2r ;h ue d. so _.',,* bt..e .r I.d m of!.. the s la i r1.:,rk. aThes ,.',.,.w1r[-1kavwIIeli'e upe enter- _by1,
2. T t., i m e plpant<; pe!i.:r,,nl ai. and,-: a:ll -wIlls r eg',l r g ra:'uais g in- d a. ipa:e oni. th:r. I .,:n hi, :r. I -s tn 1.\ h, r,.:. _... .^ ..I l,-, l i o 'i,.. I- in it'w rh a doz n
., iIin *ly us .ed .' i .:biy,-i- .v. 'lU ilI- ,--'. -.'."' ,,_:'I ll. (chld r!n n l.-i alc.p y. rIh o t s.- r:r i n a i.glzl. cou's li' o t,":,i':l, lfa..d. TtIIhe'll str ot'h:rn- thir
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,ll hii-i .,rv o r lIi.,-',':,l,| !l\'. C..:,::-:,-..', ::-ln ,! \ I '.' ... Il ... '1 thl :.*. \ .1 :l ,. ,* t!lli ,:il .l ,:._-l : ,l ;: "" 1 ..!> ,n l"-v il'.' lr.,. 1, .t l ," ,,i '_; l,- ,.' . l \\o.:rk \M I l II .. s ;l,,.: .l_.-!>.% a n ii nll. Im t -
while a ehild is committing to memory the of electricity all around the horizon.- maedi ; i only want to be shaved.".", ly got them upon his forehead. At this, :
words j t in a .e! book, he might learn a "During this incessant corruscation," says ".!.\.., sirh cried 'the girl. "Oh, junction, r wag, who stood ready leaie


3, 1'4 ~ n epatnglesos rachngou i e"r dirctin. th sr 1 whave no ob tyetionsIa yuit di-jdt wnohier- adrually lnthenedes intor a hgrin,
hundire d thousand of tihe objects, princi- the Enqirer, there shot fromtei, te rm the pointed dear me wat a pity it-is you did not saly another pair upon the desk before, th
pies, or facts above referred to. s clouds a brilliant volley of sparks, exceed- so before! for I do most of. the shaving speaker. These twerp taken up 'anday
2. The time, paper, ink and qfiills, or- ingly bright. Some falling towards the for father when he's at home, and all. When r-egular graduations gained'a place on-his
dinarimy used by children in e.ia .I, in copy earth, others'running in a zigfzag course, lie's out." f'o t g orehead, bv theside of the other. A third,'
writing, would be sufficient for writing the crossing nearly the whole -firmament.- 'To be sure she does," said Howard "I fourth, and r nft'h, pair was disposed of ia
names, with brief desrieeriptions of tie same iThese luminous sparks 'shot forth some- have been shaved by ho fifty times." the same manner. .A .smile settled upon
objects, principles, and facts. times large and sineny, and at others "You have !" said Griipaldi. "Oh,, 1%' the countenance of the honorable members,'
3. T!r,.-nd rith in repeating lessons branching out in every direction in the sure I have no objection. I al quite ready, wich 'gradually lengthened into a grin,





and vens, .itiness pedabtcingldessnsduri nhng a gealsoftfiresyddienl ctruckwith 1 anradosraro au-t ?admdehsmnd edahdtegsesuo
from reading books,'if devoted to the rea- most splendid a orborescenth manner. We mnv dea,-r." and atlast, when thu speaker had warm-





5. Bytmrcial ainl n cnaancmnerdteshv cmae i a ta h rpe theS nlrazorand Tedbi ioclle passed moby a triuphcant majority.
ding and study of the Bible, works on Sci- are told, for we did not witness it, that the Grimaldi sathimdown in a chair, ant edntoneof the most patrioticand elo.
ence, history ,&c., would be sufficient for scene was one of tie most gorgeous and the girl commenced the task in a very bu- quent sentences, he deposited ba-rlh pii" p .a
examining with some are, and for some beautiful ever witnessed. Th whole at- siness likemanner, Gimaidi feeling an ir- with the others,' and there was ie ing'
critical p...i, of, at least one author, on sphere appeared uncommonly shared resistible tendency to laugh at the oddity and loud peal of laughter ir r:mall quarters. -
each of the subjects above mentioned, wi t the electrical fluid-the rad-iant ;1.- of the operation, but smoothing it by dint of the hall--presideatb,. clerks, members;
4. The time usuallyspentin memorizing es'assumed sometimes the form of light, of' great efifrts while the girl was shaving joined in chorus. The speaker lils,-ld'
'ramar lessons, would be sufficient for rolling with velocity athwart the heavens his chin. At length,r whe.nshegot to his looked round -in astonishment at this curi"
practical and critical l exercises in descrip- -and are said to have been painful to the upper lip, and to k his nose between her onis interruption ; but aLcidentally raising
tiOnsand narrations, relating to the objects eye from their frequency. These sparks, fingers with a piece of brown paper, hloie his hand, he grasped the spectacles, and
of nature andart, with scenery, operations, which were vividly brilliant, resembling could stand it no filoner, but burst into a the whole force of the joke rushed i' upon
and events, witnessed by children during large balls of fire, suddenly struck with a tremendous toare of laughter; and ,nade his mind. He dashed the glasses upon
the period o f their school days and years, hammer and flying about in the most fan- a face at Howvard which the girl no soon- the floor,i took up his hat, and left ithe hall.
5. By this practical, rational,m and con- tastic manner. Others have compared er saw than she dropped the razor al d The bibt passed by a triumphant majority







whn a ioal pet o nywes pret l-ie llbatfl suf lded ugethed wmoeraey allso;.icl w xhaereat the- whitebl hired cospquig of roaty frome.
sequentlv interesting, course of exercises them to the sparks sometimes produc-edhby laughed immoderately also; whereat fid- probably nc consequence of the gentle
in Spelling, writing, oreadifng, and grammar, the blow-pipe on metal heated torintensi- ard began to'lauigh too, which only set mail n's very silly and useless habit,-Cin-
--it must be evident to every one, that ohil- ty. t nig Grimaldi laughing more; when .just at cinnatti l .b..
dren would become more t fmiliarly and this moment in came the barber, ewh, ie- it
thoroughly acquainted with these mechan- DIGNITY OF HUMAN NATURE.' ing three people in convulsions o; ,ILs John Van Buren, a son of our President
nical parts of education, than they could Your neighbor is above you one of them with a soapyface and a gi- is in England. .'He is-a manof talents-
possibly be by a mere repetition of n tm in the world's esteem perhaps-above gantic mouth makingthe most extravagant d of very agreeable eompaionable qual-
fortlays, months, and years, like so manv you, it may be, in fact; but what are you? taces over a white towel, threw himself ities-Mr. Bennet of the New York Her--
parrots, without anyknowledge of their You are a man; you are a rational and re- -into a chair without ceremony, and dash- aid, wriiting from London thus speaks of
meaning, sense, or use. ligious being; You ar e an immortal crea- ing his hat on the aground, ughed louder him : -n
In proofof the correctness of sthe above tc"ure. Yes o a glad and glorious existence than any of them, teclarintg in broken 'M friend young John Van wBurtn h
statements, I bep leave to mention that I is yours ; your eve is opened to the lovely words as he could find breath to utter them, behaving very welL He puts up at Long's
th a~ ta I etlna s~a en' hvdfashionable 1Hote, Botnd Street, andqz
have had occasion to know many thousand and majestic vision of nature; the nais- ithat "o'n o entleman asn.was being shaved eial gt u ad S" u nquiz-
Schildren who have learnt the names, and of knowledge are around you, and they was out of sight the nniest gentleman zes the English dandies most unmercifully.
something of the properties', of from twen- stretch onward to eternity ; and most of he had ever seen," and entreating him "to I understand also that the Queen is much
tIV to thirty objects in one hour, many of aill, the glory of the infinite God, the all- stop them faces, orl e aknewt he should die. f better pleased with our Prince than with
whom hadprobably spent, not only we eks, perfect, all-wise, all-beautiful, is unfolded When they were all perfctly exhausted, their white haired sprig of- royaltyfrom i
but. months, if not years, in leIarnmg the to yotu. -"What now, compared with this, the barber finished whaat his daughter had France-I mean the Dueo de Nemlours.-
twenty-six letter iof the- allphabetn and is a little worldlv eclat? The treasures begun; and rewarding the gil with a shii- John has a reat deal of natural drollery-
.ra thiy probably did not obtain on of i infinity and of eternitv are heaped up- iing, -Grialdi and the Imanager took their and wit 'about him-a ttl-e bizarre it Q s
distinct rational idea, from what was Con- on thy laboring thought ;'.canl that thought- leaves.n trte-but tig poor Frenchman y as little
LiofctioBtltae d'ug llegs, but- the
siered their histruction, though, it is true, be deeply occupied with questions of mort t n of either. Both, csve he" ar,
the mst have received many from their al prudence ? It is as if a lmaan were cn- musical Cock.-At the last meeting g of for and figure of the democrat is deciAed-








3.e muthae fot-matiot iano f roSmoLCi t emehieir Ims to in n o-onih qa-tr f h io.xoudbet-nohroffeDgets ri0-a
sports, and fromal their walks to and from riched by. some generous benefactor, a l- the Academe of sciences, M. Castil Blaze ly.much straighter than that of the trieco
school, most beyond measure, and'should find no- addressed to that learned body a memt-e oirg.-On eacb side o the dwueen, whena se '
To te' i r o ipreand b t e- Bthin- else to do, but vex himself and con- concerning a new kind of clock, the sr1i-: is at dinner ta le, is a chair generally vat,'









4. seuethe impoytandtdi objuecotlaes orys.Wat enSWati ta o he ati lafiulicdot a hesm)tn. inletev l tt tm.
ed bt ce dtihe tatn dphii- because another man was made a king of which is made to depend o- the cant.-l'then she wants to talk to iny cof
asther bive amgursfed gaemne favized aw tho usand richer intervals of tie musical sdale.i The plan her guests, she sends ler page to tlhe per-
osopher above naed, anid now realized Where, unreasonable omplainer dost proposed ives to the last stroke of ea son with a request to drik wine witi h.










bthore s, ogbirdts,'fishmeasluaedminsects ;TatstL isaa novcu t ai propioju enileLar-Feach Pson-.withathequIndia o ChienBak Hwineasithheir,
by the subjects of some absolute monarchs, ou stand, and what is around thee ? The hour a different musical sound, a ig umjesty.--The person thus .honored im-
hefolowinProisiosare desirable, per- ld spreadbere te its sublime ms with one ot th natr gamut, mediately gets up.. and walks Up to one of
1.napsess ental ateries, where the thoughts of sages lose Thus, at ,Qone in the morning, thie cdo,k the vacant chairs, drinks with her majesty,,.
1. Encouraeme and aid to hildre themselves in wonder; the oceanlifts up would give the sound of/a, the lowest tone andenters tintoconversation.--When Johna
in studying the volume of nature, with gits eternal anthems to tpine ear ; the go-b of the base ccf'i at two it would be l s, biad the invitation, he entered, I Am told.
which all are delighted, and which they den sun lights thy path ; te wide heavens and so oln ; at eight P. M. itn wold give ifito quite an interesting tete-a-tete with
commence reading when they first open stretch themselves above thee, and worlds the whole oItave ad at noon tdhe octave the pretty little-Queen. He talkedof the
their eyes upon the lightof heaven. rise upon worlds, and systems beyond sys- and four additional notes pa, t ,h do, re,v mei, United States-of our big rivers--bi-
2. Assistance in collecting, arranging, te infinity : and'dost tho stand in fa, So, la, si, do, re, mi. In the hours from mountains-aIndbig prairies. The Queen
and exchanging cith ohers, specimens of o-the centre of a alt his, to complain of thlv noon to midnight it would also give the was highly delighted with youag V. B, "
minerals, plans, shells, drawings, mechan- lot and place? Pupil of that infinite teach- notes of the gamut, but in the i descending --indications of which crossed bher fair.
ism, needlework, &c. &c.afor the contents a er minister at tNatare's great altar child scale. thus, at one, swoui d sounds mi, which ceeks in the iform of sweet smlesf. fAg- -
ofl 'pei fILY AxE.rb of ieai-en's favo ennobled being! re- it left'off at noon ;I at two, mi, anr ad sot ter a little wilie, her majesty senrhrpage .
of IILYtofanoa-eersofavor !genobled bhllsc.-wa. itleft-Z
3. The formation of SCHOOL CABI- deemed creature must .thou pine in sul- on. The quarters of the hour would be to- another of her guests, T his I'
NETS' in all thie seventy thousand schools v en and envious melancholy, amidst the expressed by the last notes used in sound- signal or John to retire to his former seat'
in our country, and exchanges with each plenitude of thi e whole creation? ingr the hour itself, only an octave higTher,' at table, which he did with.-great-'grace;'
other in works of N&i 'e and Art. But thy neighbor is above thee,' thou and by the three succeed. x -g notes. her lit"It majesty erea him from eal'
4. The early and daly use of slates for says. What hetr n? What is that to thee d Castil Blaze, pointel- out at the same tine, the x left evye all the tim-e.' o".-.
drawing objects of Nature and Art, such What, though tlihe shout of millions rose to thie Academyi the usefu l influence whi h -
as the simple figures of geometry, viz : around thoen ? What is that, to the millen- such clocks, if correctliy made, -night have -iack:hIsaxi.-.-AtFortd mi,;nn:e. riw no
triangles, squares, hexagons, and cirle ; ion-voiced nature that God has given thee? informing the public, aa d particu-larly the fourth of July was celebrated.by thei..s
l'oirses, dogs, birds.'fishes, and insects; That shout dies away into vacant air; it juvenile ear-- Fench Paper with the Indian Chief Black-.awkr as ter
guest-Ihesm h aeu'~uhtob
hatchets, knives, pitchers, shovels, plougrhs is not his : but thy natureo-thy favored, li qt-the saoe who gave ustsh uchatrou-b.
od&cr sacred and glorious nature-is thine. It Ua ( riw n Pteosor7h.-y, t m.s y schorl- lc on the frontier four years since the was
5. Writing words, or names of things, ;s reality,--to which praise is but a :I.. boy days, when I lovcd better to rob birds toasmd and lade this speech.
8."Smallstp"adnfeniitsabooksde pndrrhadt an a ioe i't has pleGrastei the Grtat Spirit- that 1am
as dog, cat, bat, oak. rse, mica, lime, slate, imn breath. Thou canst meditate the t nests and plunder orcdnards then acquor h
& c., in connection w ith the things them thlin-. w which applause but celebrates. In lg Id t e *o 'ilG'c-,-J iw .. .vth my.w hite
schol-,'om, n use, tea:v e-fi'iends. 'hiche arth _is our mother-'-wet are
' selves, or pictures of them drawn bv thle that thion art a mania thou art infinitelv ex- school-roon ad pursued tle ab it-with ti Great Spirit aove us-
children, daltcd above what any man can be, in that | tioned avocations in tie forest, in my usu-p i tox I shk hNd vii yo ; ahei
Follow the pict tures and inah ese of ob- he is praised. I had rather be the hum- i al quiet manner. I n rot o i f iers-ad oe, I as firhtie f against








ofyothe-beautiful and inteiapsibutpassages past--
na-ez' iojlectNg ovrld thabaeyeI vn. een" Ilosin'theIiiany thmof abtieM Int
fectsh brief and fbmilear descriptions of bst ani v ent iyou did Nnroow, -maps, but that is pas,--
them, first on sa, ers, and then on paper, bv thought greater than the greatest. The wood, I stusmbe," upon a little hutI. be- ;t buried-but let it be forgotten.
'lead pencils, fol!Iowed by pens. [ b.- "-i is greater, as- a linn, than is t!he ing extreme,', thirsty, and righttv conciu- Rock rier was a beautiful countrv-I
6 Smpl'intruent fo vi~bl ilus ma, mrel asa kng.Notoneof heding that a spr/, wouweld be found n its [iked my towns, roy cornfields and the homnae
rations both in 'families and schools, viz : crowds that listened to the eloquence of- vicinity, I wended my way thither, I1 found ofmy people. I fought for it. It is now
-a slkbeth eometrifal solids levers, pullies- Demosthenes t nd Cicero-onot one who it occupied by an oid woman, ob wal om t your's-keep it as wf didait will produce
screws, maps and other drawings or prints, has hent. in admiration over the pages of requested a "draught of water. It was you good crops.
&c. &c. Homer o,: Shiakspeare--not ope w'ho has soon furnished, and whein I had despatch- ',1 thank the Great Spirt that I am now
ar ap-qieat dalk i t t o chlds rn. showed in the trap of Cosar or Naioleoth sho ito I was overwhelmed with questions, fdiesndav wit ph m i white brethfrenm are to-

denseee o n r es wo pa t weth the humblestepower of "Arnst you one of the 'Cademy boys ?sin- getei-wr have baty together lwe ar
or brooks, thrag h~ marllet -ior wh rv s in ux~ ought, for an the fame thait is e'choing Quired she. fre:ids--it is his wish anid ini:sc. For your-
oiechnicokshrops, marblet ao grnarves~ ove th worl and tho ugh a .--O "Yes rearm," was the reply, fi'indship I !hanl, yoa.
yecards, aid sedol and enouagaby th e prcs vd e Dewey !n We, l, declare !" ejaculated the old "I was once a great. warrior--I an now
enyard, a dand in-re~incouragd tea her parent,- i^ woan "_ the say ,o lar qee thng poor--Ke-o-kuk has been the cause of my
.older brother or. sister, or some other pro- .On the second day :after Grinmldi ai'- down there. \, rhy, theyv say thecwo'.d is preen suaion--but I doanotlotkedh upan
teeter. rived ia Preston, a little circ-umstance oc- | ronnd! t"ohie MIssip si now o1d Iave looenacid. up
he iS.ne toalhavmplintrodulacedokite-in on'on^"I display y cuie ^ S knoldg' "snot love the Great River. I have dwelt upo.. it
e scribing tbe objects, principles or opera- 'pn ...trsebe~nshp ^ ^ ^~
: ^ ^ 0 so:did so. Hie was walking afoqgthe_ street flattened orange ; and it turn on its axisuo tuw hk ads wih ou; mlit
n mo the beokutfu randitere stv iing assaomes by th m urket place, when, observing a once in twenty-four hours." *.* .
fi o m the Bb le eut ctul froa t hre -t G opessage barber's pole projecting over the pa^vem ent, W ell, I don't know anvy thing, about ,, _--- .,
fro the Ps blne, Prelectbd oro the hisoripels an rcoliccting tliat he wanted shaving, its azes," replied she, "but [ know it don't Corsels.--Thc following is an excellent
skthePsls Po vebo the Oisstme tore peel- i oene the shiop door from above which turn round, for if il dlid we'd be all tumbled hit on the unnatural fashion whichopur la:
sktche ofthe ld -estmen, ar p hul- the pole, and look ng into tbe shop, off; and. as to its being round, any one dies. have of spoiling their forms and-ruuin-
'iariy ~~~sa aprpat anrdlgretttovhlre. litt.e ^,, abou slxee yer ca se i's a square piece of ground, stand- ing their health bv tight lacing :--..


9. Larger and more sxste-natc xworks------ .,- .
of age, adho was ssttng at needlework- .-ing on a rock." While thousands fall by clashing swords,
T.on the sciences, arts, history, biography, ofaen i vsstirga ~cdevta. u narc. While thousands fail by clashing swords,
Ond the sciences, artse, hs ith ar, bigractphy, Sh ose to receive him, and he inquired if Standing on a rock ?-but upon what Ten thousand fall by .orset boards,
and' the Bible more fully, ith abstracts, sogt r
reflections, or drawings of things and in- the master was within. does that standiYet giddy featales, thoughtless traini,
e-No, sir," said the girl ; "but I expect "Why, an another, to be sure." For sake of fashion yield to pain; --
Scldents, learnt from first- elments o ma him dirctlv." But whfiat supports the last? And health and comfort sacrifice
tailic: "., i_'"" i :alyTo please a dandycoxomb's eyes."
Sture study. ery good." replied Grimaldi I thereant Iauk child, how a stupid you are !- TO please a ddy coxcomb's eves.
a0' 0. Releasing children, principally or to look'about a little; I call in the's rocks all the wa down
entirely, from the incongruous, unmeaning 1a,"
' and irksome masses, found in spelling After strolling through the market place A,prqtical Joke.-'How use doth breed A dancer said to a Spartan, you cannot
: books, reading books and grammars, now a little while, he called again, but the bar- a h r'.th a mian.'-Every body has notic- stand so on on one footn.as can Pe
consuming the greatest part of the pre- ber had not come home. ed t4i&Ath and point of this exclamation. haps not said the Spartan, but my goose
" c-ious time of children allotted to their edu, Grimaldi was walking down the street We remember an instance:- caln.
Y -cation. after this second unsuccessful call, when A gentleman of considerable talent as ----
- As a course ofjuvenile instruction, sin. he encountered Mr. Howard the manager, an orator, became a member of a legisla- Grog.1 -The orJigin of this word was in -
s ilar to that here pointed out, must con- with whom he fell into conversation, and tive body, in one of the Easten States. In this wise. A plante: of Jamaica wishing
e mend itselfto the common sense of every they walked up and down the street talking speaking, he was addicted to an odd habit to send a pO.i.'-l,..-h of real good stuff to ,
r one, and as it is fully trie d orroboa- together. As he was'-oing to the theatre of handling his spectacles, first placing George the second, marked upon the hea4i
is f.lly'iatr.ied thome uphor. i1s nose .-s n hR.P..G. f G.re x,0O!d.G ,
)r ted by experiments, both in Europe and and wished G-itnali t, t. c- orrhI'.LIay hi, thieni upon his nose.-sufferiug thet to G. R'0. G. fr''George Rex, OldGe
America, it is. at least, worthy of trial by, they turned in that ,,reci,:. *.I., pasig remain a minute or twxvo-throwing them k' ee. '
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'riLLA.Iir.E. MIB1>DLE LOMgDA_. iUATULRDAV, OEPTENBER . l_.


Tol. l---No. 43





""P- ""--'__ A- my fate to uffer death, I must bow to tIli represents General "Washington in tile a(I ,o.
G ol r l I lli .e ce" o.. .-COM -[JU NIICA T ION .S. .
enn. tcli',-cwhiclh decrees it" fr .f',nnie' his Commission to Cong-res, 1-- 0COIU CA IONS..
S, n.;-',i,';/*; -,'.c,. n,- 2., -'. The Judge' asked'the ,.i. three- ti,-. at Aiipii, the capital of our State,T t tr h, ,. J' v. .atchna..
". .TORONTO. (. C a.. t usual question, and nothincrg bei-ng said, h' -wrapped in a military cloak the folds of o d ob ,x me Fi. idi. of the lath.
'.^*S .',a o.*/ -1/ t"o Deal/ proceeded to pronounce the sentence, pre- Which, form an easy and appropriate drn a angry, and I thkunjus attack n
P". .. ,,j 'if t i I t o D e t ,& -_ p P. -i n s t a i r a n g r y a n d I t h n k ; ., 'u ,j u s t a t t a c k U u n.
.... .. .. ... .. .. ..ii r ...... at on ng- it with some pertinent remarks, pery, whilst the wright arm proe tn der the Editorial bead, on the Secretary o. the
Pi, i-W It 111,? 1[ 1 ,17_" -f [!1-.- n, at ol 0Jd r E iora-b a n t ec ear f/h
...ri .-I (r N ,, t 1, `particularly addressed to Il ili... He said sustains-, the parchment containing tE Territory, John P. DuVal, Esq. As he is
to i-,fr o that .,' site t he It was apparent that his education should warrant of authority of the great Captaim no t present to confront his adversaries, and as
to InrlIrln-Nou that sixtt~een oftire state i. .. a 'ct
.i ? .rn have led him into ,!T ,it,:.t course than The face of the figure presents to tb the strictures are more distinguished for harsh.
Siis ei sentenced to be found with a band of individuals, and South, or in the direction of the scene o ness oflanguage, than a correct narrative of,
1 -i e t th i ,u a T A n lt 'i c a ri d t w e l v e .. 1. s f t h.- ,o.e c t D a ,, ,o f
o 0*.-_ l Quee ll. l* ith arms tor, whose aim was to subvert transaction intended to represent. or allusion to facts, I perform only anact of
Oni.Frid' several leadd guilt and the government of a country with which The main column rises from a grand, courtesy to an absent friend and an injured
il.i,. -orks p. n tred and acuit nd he was not connected, and one which was base the elevation of which is about twen- gentleman, in offerig a short rejoinder. .
Wil, t ulanl 1O lyS Wemantlinefr ring a shot iejoli[der
0i : Wi"lia o ils'n "at pene waith the Unied States, of which ty feet, and its diameter fifty feet, there A writer in the Floridian of the week pre-
oil kn q.2u|,.,. f.iliam S. Wilson was
rid l- d. The l..a w of. E-glad lihe was a citizen--that the view hlie had ta- being a door in the centre of each front.- vious, had :h.. uhi proper to catechise the
r... i,. ;,6iquird. es that when a bila ken of the constitutionality he had trans- On either side of each of these openings Secretary with certain sort of fCeedom to
tlrhial it irsfoquirnds theat p en a must grossed, was riot sound, a'nd that it was as is an inscription commemorative of some which the latter, unused to such t .i6li, un-
1-,,f i,,lh-,:tn,.,,t is found, the prisoner must -I IfC
.e .Irdishi' with sa copy, of the bill, and much the law of the land, as any under signal occurrence connected wVith the conscious of crime, and notoriously sensitive,
with a list of all the jlury that-have been wich te province was governed. eventful history of the life of the founder replied with a certain sort of careless blunt.
Nh a listof all thejury that have been Te Judge then ordered Linus Wilson of Our Republic. These inscriptions have ness quitein tune,, .I,... his masked enemy a
-rml.ip before to e trial candy be br days musght on. Miller, George (coly, Norman i ,,., V just been completed, and the order in which "scavinger of the Floridian"
:]A bill of indjctmant for righ treason and William Reynolds, to be taken to the they stand is as follows: The Editor, albeit a gentleman of mngtar
b hai fouf indicatet for high treason jail whence they came,'anrid that on Satur- On a tablet in the frieze of each of thin meekness, unable to stand this imputation on
ai Jacob eaer, of whom I have da the 2th day of Augst, t hey be taken four fronts of the-grand basement are the the fair famre of his Gazette, deals out oa thle
cira to it Jacob Btheripr' -o w aoI Imhdeestyleted-
bgo stoo e l ho fh the place of execution, and there be words, in letters of an appropriate size- .,... I I the prfvalen" atla rnode style ed.
before spolco, he could not be tried tbrth- h y the i. t- r d. TO itorial, a specimen of ile rosed wrath and
with,' consequently the court determniued4 ,\t r co r G re tOPG 'VAStIINGTONw ir.i ,ic..:, of a Hero of ihe .goose quill by
to adjourp over tor the .,.:,. ,. days, l *dcia Dape thetlMIS profession. Hle "il nals to the counter as base
and to postpone the farthest trials utntl tc c ot t th sten'C be 'pssed up- 1Y T IE A and counterfeit" the insinuation made by the
B..-aer' c a s .cu T u on thfolong persons, convcted u hih s STATE OF M .\RYLAND. Secretary lnat the Filoridian had previously
S gave noticethat the pri sons treason; Samuel, (_ ',,, 1 eann wati As thle Statue on tlihe Monument fronts made upon the latter subject of remark, aid
who ad ln trd should be brou ams Gamble,.Jno. Grant, Murdock Me- the south and Anuapolrs, where he resign- asserts that Gen. DuVal had never been
r ..i.. -tether wi' t ..hoha len, Joh in James .31. Nulty, George ed his Commission, (which he holds out noticed befre in that paper. This e.soeroi
,,ior -se' n /i to gethecr w ith those, w h o h ad noti ed. e fi pap r. T
.. ..S uck, I avid Taylaor,. James Vagoner, towards that city,) we begin with this front is greatly at variance with my recollection of
p l e a d e(I g u ilt y 1:I,., ,
.pleaded gu- G.. arret V'an Camp, John \er-non and Alex- as the principal, and the one first approach- facts according to impressions which are ad-
-A bout 1 0 Glo ed., tho ]:.ry whilch/l a(l b eDoo ai t Van Cr' o n V r 1 1csa c rdn oi p ei hc r d
About clock, th jury which ha been ... ed from the body of the town by Charles- mitted to be vague. The c.riia,, arraig .
out with the case of \\ .,I returned with ...l.
aoIt -oht, a ot \. eui th.ed? persons were sRparatelvy asked street. On the spaces each side of the ed Gen. DnVal beinfore the tribunal of the pub-
a %--' ;I t.guo/y,1he Court then die whether they had any thing to say, wliy door, reading always to the right, are in- lie, soon after lie took his departure for Virgi-
',1 t e I .T t o b r i n g i n t h e s e s i x t e e n
I.-,..-: iwh tr to besennced s the sentence of the law should not be p,'o- scribed- in, about 15 months since, which must have
wno were to be sentenced. .1 lie nounced against them. BORN DIED been the more unwelcome as the movement
sherifF -expressed some doubts of the pro- In the case of Benjamnin;, his counsel 22d February -14th December was simltaneous with an application from a
priety of bringing in so large a number at moved that the verdict be set aside, on 1732. 1799. higher quarter for his removal from office.-
Once. ihe Judge veiry properly remarked, the ground that Mr. Wagnstaff, one of the On the east side, reading still to the This is once. Again, Gen. DuVal was dragged
,that there was no danger, thatdif the civil n uv, w s ot a lieg, subject, but a citizen right, are these inscriptions-- before the public by the Floridian about the
-b e as not-- (i ii i., a, detachim ent of ,e C o W y t is a ta k i G n
the .iiar we--re at.nhan. Abeta h alf of the United States. After a few re- COMMANDER IN ClIEr RESIGNED IS CO1M'N time Col. Wyatt made his attack on Gen.
the military were t hand. About h marks front the Solictor General, the court ofthe at Read-making the last at least tree, that I
past one o'clock, the- prisoners came ini acks tha t h itw rs niw too late to intern ARCAN ARY Aremember, hostile aggressions upon a retiring
attended by a military and ?civil guard, pose that lea. One or two othets made, 1t h June 23d December and dignified gentleman who was probably
and-wVlere ia'e n thic. : ury never, in poettha whoalenecrutw othesfmadi15thJine,3daDeembe
andew e 3in ju ) saa few bricf remarks. when the Judge pro- t 1775. 1783. nr, te whole course of his ife, absed
I was tovored withI a veryiJ L):U .dhseat, .... ...nu t in the columns of a public journal until the
.b wa tov w aecede d to his-painful task. On-the north side-- ridims e exmp
being close both to the bench and prison- e told them that in all probability mer- TRENTON YORK TOWN ride set the examlae.
e'rs. I wa- surprised to find so many Of Hel tol the m thame 7-e TO-\ YORK OlNT se itorial declares that "in at
e.I w -a surprised tofind omany of c would be extended tb some of them, i25th December 19thi October least three instances, the conduct of Mr.
the prisoners vei-y young men-and two but to whot no oire then knew ;that the 1 76. 1781. uVal in absenting himself from the Temrnto-
or three looked.more deserving the ordina- J. ch they h been tried reom- O the West side- ry r veral m ths ." Aser. It is
ry chastisement ofa parent than the heavy w ht d b- Ot t e-y s a n c
penalty aboutto be adjudged them. ''Vwo mended some of them to mercy, which of PRESIDENT RETIRED a notorious fact within the knowledge of a
Course woud be represented in e prer of the to verve extensive circle of Gen. DuVal's ac-
or three were handsome, and with a bfepeeeewnte rpr f1i
or thre were handsome and with a w q uarter. UNITEOD STATES MOUNT AERNON quaintances, that he was appointed last spri:,g,
exceptions, nothing.. ....... .. o He ur'.ed upon them nal tihe imorta-nce 4th 1/.I!,.rch -4th 1i.,rch. received his commission in Kentucky, reuri-
drawn f'rom rtl.eh'lapix,-.arance,. They were I -
drawn from ther appearance. hey were of preparation for another wvo Id, and then 1789. 1797. ed to the Territory in the fall and C*- has not
all-well diressed--.1 h.i' in a suit of -)ack. pronounced the :.,... : sentence, (after These are the eight most remarkable been without its limits once si ce. "Naili .ig
lie had been, you ', il recollect, a law stu- calliIng each by name :)-" That you and events of his civil and military life, and it to the counter" with metal of this comnosiiiol,
*dent at MayviHle, in Chautauque couty, each of you b, taken to thejaili'rorn whence will be seen that they are put in opposi- wont do, it will neither stick nor go through.
and would probably have defended him- you came, and -that on the pf anthesis, to render them The Editor in the enthusiasm of his holy
self, hadr not his counsel .;i.. r,-.,at the out- present month of August, you and each of more striking, and more readily imprs- hatred to vi'ce, mistakes the culprit lie mes
set, a plea of insanity.,ou be drawn o a hurdle to the place ot sed on the memory ofthe reader, to punish. It was not the Seeretary of the
After tlhe crier had made procam-lition, execution, and that you be there barged Thie monument is encircled bv a mass- Territory who withdrew from its borders
for all persons to keep silence while his by the neck until you are dead; and then ive and beautiful iron balustrade'of proper atrly inm April lr.st oand conlitued abroad, to the
lroLj.th Qcct' Jstceprn acel y I blutrdeofprpe -rat dit-trinent of public justice ti-itil Nove~m-
Irl,-ki, the 0Queen's JusticeT proinotced your bodies are to'be quartered ; and then height, on the outside of which is a circu- er and who is repeating this sumer what
the sentence of death.- Mr. Justice Jones may God have mercy on your souls." lar pavement of flags composed of granite doe with impunity the last. It was not
over the names of ,four American To this.last expression, there were sev- of uncommonly fine quality. te Secretary who passed a part of ts year
citizens who hiad been tried under the act eral who responded "Amen." One of the There still remain to be finished four slat- in New Orleans on pais private aoftirs 'at a
of the last session.fthc provincial parlia- bailiff a stout fellow, who stood close to ties, or trophies, which are to occupy the time when a military officer ina ahii-hl v res-
ment." The first was Linus Wilson \if,- tie leaning on his staff,; burst into a flood tops of the angles of the base, and we sin- pctabhe station couid be but ill spared, and
ler. ,After a brief reeapitulatiolr of the of tears, and I'assure you this soon became cerely hope that at the ensuing session, the who is notw gonc to the north. Where are
-evidence, he aslsed-whether.he had any contagious. Legislature will pass a law authorizing the all the Territorial judges except Reid ? and
thing to say why sentence of death should It was a scene I pray I may never again appropriation of a sum suticient to coy.-, what censure has the Floridian bestowed up-
aot'be pronounced on lhimn AIter pausing be cill to look upon-sixteen follow b1e- plete tlrem instead of depending on the on any of his own party guilty of the delin-
a few moments, lie spoke, in P fine mcelodi- ings whom an earthly Judge had limited precarious resources at present allot- quences charged on his political opponent
-ous voice, in substance'as follows :* a life of three weeks and these men in the ted, from the revenue from lotteries. In DuVal?
MY LORD :-Your lordship has asked prime of life, many of'them with the blood addition to these there only remain to These remarks are not prompted by a spirit
whether I have any thing to offer why sen- of youth coursing in their veins--theiir av- render the Monument complete, the four of nmkindness to the Editor of the Floridia-i,
ience of death should not. be pronounced ceragc, I tfhitk, is not more than twenty- doors and the eight blocks for the tripods who is gradually acquiri.*g, as I cheertfully
against me.- I shall with the permission five. on each side of them, which it is believed admit that he merits, the patronage and esteem
of your lord-ship, offer a few remarks ; will be in place before the winter arrives, of the public ; they origi-iate ii a sense of duty
not however with a belief that I shall be Bimore can. It would be doing great injustice to our to an absent and estimnible fr'ie'd whose acts
belef hatI hal be ~ -e ~ It oul h donm~~rarid motives have 'neon misrepresented. lM- v
able by any -that I might say, to T-e VTashigton .31 ... ,.--During own feelings and the deserts of those gen. ait u he d e drr.
turi aside the spending fe t-it awaits walk to the ights of the northern por- temen, if we did not offer thanks on the the orotove.
,,. < wa l dk to he lin clfdits of the northern. Io tehp that lie will oil a revie-w o' (he casc,
"mel'b th sttt unei n.tion of our city an' evening or two since, \ part of the community to Robert Gilnor, e hope that e wil on a re m of the cast,
"-- refe- tu to oi u psq. asPresident, and Fieldin Lucas, Jr' vahu-tarily retract his errors and make t.e
"I refnceto te statute under wid c looked with honest pride as natives of Esq. as President, and Fielding Lucas, Jr. amIende honorable to a fellow ciize. who i
I. hal-e been tried, I anm under the full con- Marylaind upon the noble tribute paid to Esq. with the other directors, for the able his own perso-,, a model of forboara.ce to
'vieoien that t -,it is unconstitutional, anlI int the wv-ortIn od our country's greatest son, in and efficient manner in which they have others, is justly cntiled to ckim trom the
l'i;.'.,:-.; I L.l v.. i am sustained by the erection of the magnificent coluImnui to discharged their arduous and responsible world similar moderation to himself.
,.- i I .. men now present, the memory of Washinto. r years duties, the only reward for which is to be J TCA.
-. ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 1 'tt' ai illilnw}ie'ttueteftry otf','ashtin,'toll. r years dto -'i%_
t n, ol .ii ; !. _i. ,t nIo statute aflectilng of solitude/and toil, of conflict with dilffli- founding the approbation of their country-
ih- 1,i1f ,f ; 1 in i.\ix i.li l. whether-a subject cuilties and vexations, tIhrough the praise- men. iOR THE WATCHMAN.
or int, can Iw .'.-. idl: I. the law of the wor thy and untirina- zeal ot a few public Should the brief notice here taken of MMR. EmDITOR-Having permitted myself to
1I nd riitn I11t h-ill liao- received the sane- spirited individuals who have devoted this ornament to our ci oountrv serve to be announced a candidate for tlie Senate ofour
l,,. ,,i -.' ,. ..v O,: 1', :i.:,,i. I know tny lord, themselves gratuitously to the patriotic awaken in the minds of our young reads next Legislature, I beg leave to express mv
-- i-.-+..--,--,4T-.-, i. :tl-,- -shave sulffred, task, MariylaN d cani at'length boast of a to desire to imitate tie virtues of him views through your paper to the people of the
:,l. I i...2 n., ';:.i .. ii smsuppose my plead- structure in -some degree worthy of the who was "first in war, first in peace. and Middle Senatorial District, to whose suffrages
i ii- i.-i', ,i-srmt;i...,1. Ihiy, will be any bar great man to commemorate whose worth first ii the hearts of his countrymen," our I aspire.
-it:. It...-:'I .ii| i.t '.Al'i;._.li is about to fall f-om it is intended. Simple and grand, the ma- object will be fully attained, Mv views shall, with your permission, be
the lips of your lordship, jestic column rears itself aloft, bearing on given at large, oK topicks, which, I presume,
"I am indeed, asked why sentence of its suit the reprei'estation of one whose The Ho;rible Mrurder in Jirginia.- will claim much of the attentions of our next
death shall not be passed upon me. It I noble elevation enabled him to look down The N. York Whig gives the following Legislature. I would here remark, that my
hIad done a deed wprthy of death, I would as fi'om an eminence on the crowd of his particulars of the bloody and malicious reasons for addressing the people though the
-say, let it come; hbut I declare to your'lord- fellow men. Washington when living massacre of the two lovely little girls medium of the paper, is, in the tirst place--
ship, that according- to the dictates of my attained a moral and intellectual exaltation daughters of Judge Mavers, of Virginia, I belie-e a better way, all things considered.
own judgement, I deserve neither death that placed him beyond the more ignoble by a couple of slaves, near the Virginia t whatever be the views of candidates, thus
tior-bondsi, -:,,1,, ',... by which human nature is ac- Sulphur Spriugs, received from a lady and stated, can be read at leisure, analysed, and
Lhave noti been guilty of the death of tuated, and aloof f'om motives that could a gentleman just returned trom the South. understood, if intelligible.
any one. I have taken fi-omn no one that sully the purity of his spirit, or cast a shade It appears that the Judge wns several i te Disct solde or tIhe pu ose o be-
+,hi.-'i was not-my own. I came not into upon the brightness of his fame. Unam- slaves, and among others, Sally, an old vig the Drs f t u J
your country to destroy its form of Goe- bitious of ,'. ,*i,,,1;,- l others,- he achieved woman ; Andy, a desperate negro; and I shall bricilv state in this number that I am
emnment. I came not upon its borders the more nittty work of go-vernint- him- Jane, a daughter of Sally, a girl of 14.- not a partisanuand that if I was certuiui that
with arms in my hands. 'Young and in- selt, and gave a practical illustration of the Jane was in the habit of taking the ehil- by even declaring that I was a thorough goi. g
experienced as I am, I was led into the er- passage in holy writ, which proclaims that dren to a shoot i the vicinity. On lust partisan (if that were the fact) would render
ror, for" whiph I now stand convicted, by he hat huumbleth himself shall be exalted. Friday week, they did not return as ustal, e a successful candidate, I would -oti make
lh,.eadvice of others. Had truth and jus- To have been the first among the sister and the family became uneasy at their ab- that deciar-iion--" Modus est in rebus."-
flee prevailed, I *should not now be called States to erect a monument to the saviour sence. Search was made and they were There is a medium in things, but this is a deli-
* to stand before your lordship in peril of my of his country, is a proud distinction in be- at last found by Jane, but as she exclaimed, cate matter.
1;f- half of Maryland. It should be regarded when thirty feet from them in the dusk of, Let me now, Dear Sir, simply state-


4 sy sa c icty hero sons as a source of patriotic self- the evening--" Here they are with their 1st. I have been raised and indoctrinated
T Isav I "shall stand conivicted--but on g hratfiaton, asnasourceofpgastheiofty icsllarthroatscut,
Wlia eviden e has,-ny conviction been ob- gratification, and so long as the lofty pillar throats cut," suspicion fell upon her and iu the principles of Democracy, as taught in
-. Which adorns their metropolis shall stand, she was immediately arrested. Upon ex- the political schools of Penns,vania, my ra.
tainted? Upon that of the perjured Doan, so Ionu will the names of their fellow citi- amnination she stated, that on the day' above live State, immediately after the close of our
"*ho has become an evidence of the crown zens who have been instrumental min effect- mentioned. Sally told her to bring the last war wth Great Britain. Therefore Iam
to sa'e>lhis own life. True, there has an Anti.Bankman toa certain extent, butmore
;ti o rhi ow -i. a.i.is te airng the object, be held in respectful and children home by the way of the blackber- a AntiBan anto a certain extent, more
I:-n :.i..,l: r evidence against me, from affectionate remembrance. rv patch. When she arrived there, the of this again, with your permission.
Sr,:s.. w',,,r [ believe intended to speak Itis t our intention to enter upon an old woman seized the youngest child, and 2d. I have always looked upon the course
Sthe truth, but they were in error. No elaborate history of this truly beautiful cut its throat; Andy rushed out of the pursued by the many and different parties,
doubt they. were led astray by the neces- work, most of the particulars connected bushes, and cut the throat of the eldest.-- dignified with the appellations of Politicians,
sary confusion of the mnioment." with which are already familiar to the They then wanted to murder thle infant of as highly injurious to the good of our country.
"-When I became sensible of my error gieat body of our readers, but inasmuch Mrs. Mavers, which Jane had in her arms; mean the whole of the United States. There
..--when I found that it was better for me is wapoach compi we she, however, edbetween the fundamen-
as i isnowapproaching completion, we she, however, tied, and saved the innocent. alrincpesforRpbicntttn u
as i is ow 0ve pevi-tal principles of our Republic, constituting our
Ato.return tomynome-I was told that the deem it no more than proper to direct pub- Four of the Judge's children have previ- Patriotic, ad partisan politics, (deserving no
line could not be passed, and that if I for- lie attention to the structure, whilst we ously died very suddenly, and it is now other nam thts Policy,) as there is between
sook my party, death would be may portion. attempt a description of its proportions and supposed that theywere poisoned by Sally. theceofst and Aso
ehus situated, what way was there for my appearance. The column is of white She was heard to say, a short time ago, ogy. Therefore I ant unalterably, eternally
escape. marble, quarried in the vicinity of our after her master had been lecturing her, opposed to every thingof a partisan charac-
1 appeal,nmy lord, to the lancers,'wheth- city. Its height independent of the colos- that no child of the Judge's should live to ter, and its ultimatums, MONOPOLY.
er I did not ise my best exertions to stay sal figure, is one hundred and sixty-five horsewhip a child of hers. The murder- I di j,.isW iu 11by siadng distinctly,
the hand of the assassin. I appeal to eve- feet fiom the base. The diameter of the ed children were one 7 and the other 8 three topicks that I will give my views on, be.
ryiudividual who was present- at.the.at- pillar is twenty feet at thIe base, lg ro- years of age. living that they are subjects that will engage
tack upon tlhe lancers, to say whether I portions beiug in strict accordaicV..vith The persons from whom we gather the the attentions of our next Legislature.
did not do very thing in my power to the rules laid down for what was known above saw the bodies of the children, and 1st. The granting of charters to monied in-
- prevent the death of any one, or thie loss among the Greeks as the Doric order of the distracted mother weeping over them. corporations, in other words, creating and
-. lany prpbtorY. v- architecture. From the capital which They describe it as a most heart rending cherishing institutions that are highly injuri-
,. I mcrebere vourorship, onvict- surmo-iunts the bolumn springs a rounded scene. The parents have but one left out oms to the general good of our country-(I
-ed' a a, feon; ut appealing to my own cone theeffect ofwhich is to give sufficient of seven. will make exceptions to some.) This is mat.
Sconsienc, Iavow to your lordship and elevation to t-he lower part of thile statue, te of vast importance. Have not the people
hhis whole court, that I cannot consider so as to relieve .and cause it to be seen by The Mormons have abandoned their of this Territory and in the contiguous parts
Fei'ilt o act--et if the bolder fro below. Te Statue Te le" t Kirt d, Ohio of Georga and Alabama, within the last tn
-'P gtCt o' ~ii'.nui~i- act .... -'et if it i the behiolde from below. 1Ihe Statu,," Temple" at Kirthtind, Ohi. of Georgia and Alabama, within the last ten


years, been swindled ut, of more tihan 1,2 ih. Di o you not bli,:eve iha a "1 i,,ln man
a million of dollars through the6agin,'y cfiour pays as much tax as a Nullficr, for the sup.
Legislatures ? Yea, verily,- port of his country? If nay, please state who
'd. The best manner for ending the 4h- has ended the Seminole- War.
dian nar- t 10t. (h, i; your opinion as to the prac.
3d. A system of general education. These ticability of draining the everglades, and of
shall be observed. In your next, I will, with mniaking ",the Clay Lniding" a great Con.
your permission, give my views on the first of ,.-',.iii Eii,.iii.' ? -
these, viz: Banks. 11th. What do you think of the Sub-Trea.
With due respect, I remain yours, &c. sury Bill, the Declaration of Independence,
R. B. KER. 'and Gemn. Washington's- Farewell Address ?
.' 12ih. And listly, please let us know when
FO THE WATCHMANx. the Florida war will be ended-and whnt tihe
Mn. Ematr t---The alh..l-.,rbi ,g approach- NMagiolia Bark will resume specie payment?
ing election I'.r the Conventrion, has pervaded .' S" uch, my fellow' citizens, are the quest.
all ranks and classes of society-" White, tons we ask our candidates to answer us,
black, and Injun" are up and doing. The (cheers, well done Joe Squinty, 'c'll give
cow drivers are awake, and the discussion of yu a plumper) I thank you boys, one a id all,
political matters are often mingled with over and if I a cn elected, I'l junop Jim Crow."
crap" and under bitt," ",swallow fork" and Upon tle conclusion of which tIe Squire
"poplar leaf"-- ik-, brands, and Harry- scraped his foot, jumped fir-m the rostrum and
dicks are forgotten in the confusion, and ever swore he had "tile prettiest gal in these parts."
aid anon does the wire grass" resound to I1 of course would not dispute it, Mr. Editor.
the angry discu-ssion of political aspirants.- In a few seconds, a tall young man struck tiup
Even the nrecdsary busin-ss of "boar hunt.in" 01 an old fiddle, ",' Soap suds over the feInce."
Even the iieeessary business of ,bear hu lnting)(" I mounted iny horse and rode off, much -amu-
hais been neglected, and the enemies of conr:i1 te d my horse and rode off, nmuch amun
loving Bruin have forgotten their dogs and sed xx thte Conventional Election, and de-
their rifles to join in the general confusion. I termi-ed il- my own mind, to visit St. Joseph
will give you an instance. next *winte, and hear Squire Joe Squity"
In a late excursion in Florida, I called at a discuss thle attairs of tihe Nation.
tolerable dece.t log- cabin, where were colle- .c TOMOKA.
ied togedier a large conlpany of stout looki-g -"'-
and hairy-laced men. I was invited "to highut, 4 U 0 1M A 1#
look at my saddle, anid take -.,,. im .- to
drink," but iad miy fears i, comipyig f'oi PYNCIPLE AND TIHE PEOPLE.
-_ovely olf the sceoie. '...ir the fcice stood T" i J,.z *:t .0:-.. ",' I,. 1.U -A4r 1, .'9 '.
a large stack of rifle guns, but what had the
most-eff-ct on, my feelings was the appear- T(Waahssee Market.-Flour $12,00 a 1400,
ance of several surly looking fellows with Bacon Sides 14 a 10cts. ; do. Hams 20 a 25;
"one eye out,'"the loss of the other I snppo- Lardi 12 1-2 ; Corn 1 25; Salt 4 00; Coffee 1i;
sed to have ha ppe.ed from. a well k,!own ex- Pork -25 00 a 30 00; Sugar 11; amts 1 00, Corn
ereise nractised in this '" Land flo iiwers' Meal 7 50bbl.


clided "ceavoti-_-g and gotgiig."
SeeCig mny situation, oie whlo appeared to
be a leader among them, told me never to fear.
*" We (said he) are all bear hunitcrs of the
first grit, and have blowed off our dogs to hear
Squire Squinty make a speech about the Con-
velition, and -sich like. Light, light stranger,
he has treated to five gallons, it is now on that
old scaffold, light and fear nothing." This
good natured appeal had the desired effect, the
honest fellow tied my horses I took a drink
of the bald face" and was soon made per-
tectly in town" by their honest and rough hos.
vitality. Drink succeeded di'i:k, Unitil every
one arrogated to ,,i- ii a perfect kniov ledge
of Consitutioial Laiw, amd Constitutional
questions far superior to Calhoun, Clay or
Webster.
Gentlemen, (said one) allow me to) give
-. ,-- - I f ., -.l.l. I


The barrenness of the Editorial columns of
time Watehmniman tis week, will explain itself, ol'n
refcir(nr-e 'to the IJymenial Departmnent. The
dear readers of this journal, will have a little
pat:enece. Our Editor will soon be at his post
again-when all will be right.
For Sale.-A fine lot of young Goslings and
a few Broken down politicians. New clothes
exchanged for old odaes. Enquire of th EEdit-
or oF the Tiime*, St. Joseph, Fla.
The Exploring Squadron-, consisting of six
vessels the Sloops of War, Vinceunes and
Pa-r;ock, J3rg Piorpose, and Schrs. Relief, Fly-.
ing fist-, rind Sea Gull, went to sea from Nor.
folk on the 21st inst. The role under the
comiimand of Charies Wilkes Esq.


you a itoasit. 11ris a i ineilUtiit 1O im-Joe
Squinty, our Just.ass of the peace, well may We have hIad, up to this day, (says their Mem-
hlie squint for it ever was his pluck to plzis (Tenn.) Gaztte) more than forty days of
Lqy on and Cuff, and gongiwi; iiti til lie says enuff." ti';e most intenni an continuous heatl, that
This toast was received vwif ubboutided has exer been iAit in this portion of the South.
applause, and responded to by thri-re coec whoops' The Ttlrmnoiieter, under all local influences,
loud enough to disturb the sklmbr-es of thie has ranged higher by several degrees, than it
gophers atnd salamanders lI the vici:jity of the did und,-r the same circumstances last year ;
sCoine and each day, owing to thIe great quantity of
Aiftr dihe echo -of the applause had died coiorie aLsorbed by the earth during 'this long
away arnmo.ig the surrouidi.ig tils, the Orator s-ret-chofhot dniys,,s warmer thanits predeces-
mounited a, old i .d unili, su-rou,fd by a sor. The great want of r-in-im every portion
mixed auditory of ber i.uaters, jug whi- std-ern Dstnrot and the adjacent State,
key, and bear dogs; ad after dig him- eally acting the Cotton crop, and our
sell of Iat, shot bag, and o unti.eg sort, lie gave pastures which are now as htown as if cover-
three hems, aid commenced a ratio that ed vith heather, wonld scacelv feed a rabit.
would have made (Gcoige McDuffie. or Will- ___
tamin C. Preston creep through aU kuy-hole.- r. e or x .sofra
As the quire am ini in vit The Tariff.-The New York Express of Sat.
As the Squire afterwards turnished me with l says l t i l
his manuscript, I give it verbatim et literatim uday last says :-"e learn that te last us-
et puctuam as llows tom iouse- Circular from Washington, respec'-
o" pmetua ~iu as e lo sa t ing ribbands and silk goods, has been in part
Ge'ntiemaei'r'o pretend to say eaay thing revoked, and that the duties are to remain as
to you short of what I intend to say, would be
saying what I never intended. We te NNa- thev ire, or the exietion of'them to bhe suspen-
shun of the United Stains of Fiutridy, tulty ded till the Collector can hifar from Washin,-
declar our inteiishuis as tree and indepe-idet ton. It is stated also that the Collector of tihe
bear hu.iters I., si';'e of Vaii Burlgir aid Y:iI- Port hais gone to Wash;ngton1' to consult with
ky Pedlars. At:d as i.-,;' couiii. i Pol.iv.-mk ttie Departmenit upon thie subject."
t etggiig li,-'sr, cleiehg out c-ec;s, a o.-. _____-
clan,,g sp". g-'.,ches ." 3airi reamn," Thme nnme or'Lwiia P. Taylor, Esqr. as a
se ev or bother our noddles about it. Our .
can.!;dait, for tie 1,"?,.:i,.,-,Co:,'.,, was ac-
:';n.-.rlt .JL|C2,:SI..;IU." n>! ,;'-ve (u ; ;e e2 -u~i" ,2; &i>.;i .
tg, st. -nle -Uast.s, [[ley la\_ canritene e.,-^ t-'cidpntaIly oiitted 1;- our paper of last week.
oi iiueni tcer;nal aials a:;ii: \raii i;hod's ,o
disgust eve, p1 n'obie's old dCo- Jo 'rer, Os An advertisme.rnt in thIe Aik-ghany Dum.
utntich so thatl he oarks at every i.ia:i thla. ie ocr.it at -'itt.burg notifies ti- pu-ice that a dis-
sees with ian-dy lnu:.ey. Gc:tlnemeu, xx'e overy has been made wvler,.-rby Typte can be
must see to tlesoe tim-gs, or we cow drivers :nmiufactured a:id afordb&d to the trade at least
vxili be rui,.amed. For a is us wxho oidis up .fifty per cent lower than the present prices. It
diie Government, its us who hias edded ihte i-- says that an individual or company can carry
juon war, ane if civii Polhy-ticks lakes tlie ru:i o the business with something like one fifth
it wili take 4 Bear ;3ki!,s a|iece for us to pay the capital those now engaged in it arc obliged
our polc.tacks. We therefore nullify the char- to invest, proJlucing at the same time as good
toring of LUnion ianks, maki g trt niIl creeks an article as can be found in the Union."
large Rivers aid Canmauls, euan Booat cir- Tihe object of the advertisanient is to enlist
cuinlokushuins and gruvitashmui-s by int rial capitalists in thie undertaking. Such as wish
impiovemei:ts, and eternal approlriashu:;;s of to engage in a profitable business, are invited
munney. Yes, Gentlemen, nesesityj nin hab- to address A. B. through the Pittsburg Post
bitt begum" (iere tie Squire was stopped by Office.
Joslit Bucket i.d requested to speak pure wire
grass lnigo, for sawd lie, with a; k, uowi. fwti,k, r' i T ^ir
grass,,. ,hng-,fr sac le, with a g k The expedition oulder Lt. Col. tParny te.
recollect S uire somie of us like you, everr tc t da T o fir
was rubbed agtn a Cot'ede.") Well, as I trmend txxo or three days ago. Tue officers
Swas rubbe a*ng a e t g ei) imstwith iirn were Captaiirs Fulton, Tompkins,
was sayiigwe must gil rid of such imposit. ad Bulio.k, a:d Lt. Bluke of the 2d Dra-
shuns. Ulveus tile puter -hard mj n;lys
., i *' "O llu.d Ad|l. Geii. Hlardia. Capt, Brr-
the poor ,na.is tine:d, it can .never brake or g .s, a.d Adi. tIardia. Capti Bry-
the poor m T a c or a::t ail his whole compaiv were left sick at
bust, aod I say agii. we wa;t the 'uiter or the s i r a
,i 7 / 0 M, ,iicaiwopv. Ca pf. 1 omplii s and Lt. Make,
red bellies, (cheers, huri'an oi' itn mud Micap, Cpt. lomp sand L. blake,
,. r..,iik !-ick at Fort White. The expe-
i treasury. ") then's the artikle to enter land .' ,, sar, ar pntte ep.ae
,2Lpe it. Old L n i, ,?n m i severely, and penetrated places
and o 20 per cct o it. ld onnin amhoon where n:ote but sav;;ges have ever before gone;
will show xem t.ext Ko:.gress how slick hlie wildnl si l t, ,
wm.*7 up r e a i i p destroyed two co.isiderable towns, all the
.wd up treir eters alNatioaa a 1ks ad pa- con-, pumpkins, &c. &-r., and surprised a
per kurrcicy. lie's the na tt iht xhicdixp camp -iich had ltit an instant before been
th e t e a r i f a n d h e 's t h e m a n t h u t w i l l c r a w l a a d p e T h e y t u m e at c o o k g & e .
over old quinsy Adams with his fi-ee .iggur abradoined ,tiev lfoud meat i cooking, &c.
and wome.i petrshiuis, cod tish and Irish taters, rea sststo exists mog e offi
(cheers, ,,hurrah ior the old Souh Stte.") ers of dithe stallff;, amid particularly among the
chee, u S ." medical officers. Tlihe order recently publish-
Geutlemnei, our Corivetioners must see to resribig the mde of selecting medical
these thini--t-tliey must edecar diem' sentimients oidpircsci-big time made o eetn eia
eor sethey shall never have Joe Squimty's vote,ts officers for du'y in Florida, is extremely par-
her always halooksn afore lie leeps.J We therefore' tial and ui Lst, and operates unfavorably upon
he l~jys ook afre ie eep. W threloresome who have tile strongest claims to an in-
prepose that our candidates answer tihe roller. sone who ha e the strongest clams to an u-
in g questions drawn up by Capt. Isanm Hood- hsbeec I mo ycquairted i:th one surgeon
addle to he submitted to at this meeting, viz who lhas beet nmore years i% this territorythiaa
addle to he submitted to at ths muetig, viz five other surgeons of assistants in the army,
1st. Are you mot iii favor of 'Nullificationit
If not, please state what you are in ftivor of ? and erfoied more actual hard service than
20i. Do you or do you not believe ii Capt. the w-hole five together; yet he is made to re-
Symmes' theory of the earth? If yea, wheremain Florida, whle some who have been
do you think the great hole is ? here one winter have been permitted to go
3d. Ought tile members of the Convention home. This surgeon has accompanied several
hi spOakig, wear leather smell clothes, or of the expeditions west of the Mississippi, and
white speaking wear leather small clothes, or last year came on with the 2d Regt. of Dra
4th. Which do you think is the best fr iend goons from St. Louis by land, a journey of
4th. Which do you think is the best fr 1400 miles-the severest and most unpleasant
of the South, an honest consistent State Rights duty to which one can be assigned. They
Union man, or a hut headed demagogue Nul. do ot censure thle surgeon general or the sec-
lifer ? rotary, but presume the arrangement was the
5th. Which do you prefer, Wine, Brandy, offspring of an ad interim personage.-Siv.
Gin or Whiskey? Georgian 28th ult.
6th. Do you or do you not believe that a ____
Union man can frame as good a Constitution 1 L o Se r.
for Florida as a Nullijier, particularly when it Loss of the Sc Joseph Stewar p rt.-Tbo
luas to be approved of by time People? Schooner Joseph Stewart, Capt. Hotz, from
S o b Havana for Philadelphia, with a cargo of su-
7th. What is your opinion of Fanny Wright gar and fruit, was totally lost on the 21st inst.
Anne Royal and Nancy Cotton ? on the Gasken Bank. Capt. 11. reports hay.
8th. Do you or do you not believe in the iag encountered on the 20th inst. a several gale
existence of the Sea Serpent and Union Bank? from N. E. which determined him to put into
If yea, please state the reason of your belief. Charleston. Next day got an observaltioo,


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and- found the schr; to be-about 24?iities N.E.
of T bee; -the gale still increasing, bore away
for, Savannah, and about 2 o'clock, made Ty.
bee Light, bearing S. W. About half an hour
Afterwards the schr. struck on the Gasken
Bank ; lightened her, and by carrying a heavy
press of sail, succeeded in beating her over
the reef, when -e discovered. her to be half
-full of water, pumps useless attempted to
.run her ashore, when she filled and fell over
on her beam ends.. Succeeded in getting the
boat and landed at Hilton Head. Capt. H.
and crew arrived at Savannah on Friday.-
Charleston Courier.

CHARLESTON, August 22.
The Stranger's Fever.-No other con-
sideration but that of the most severe in-
disposition on the part of the editor of
'this paper, for about ten days past, which
brought him to Death's door, would possi-
bly have prevented him from previously
-announcing that the Stranger's Fever is
*now prevailing in this city, to some extent,
.and from the great number of persons now
-resident here who arc subject to its attacks,
we conceive it a duty the City Author-
ities, owe to the people whom they govern,
'to adopt such mneasores as may preserve
the health of such as have not been at-
tacked, and caution strangers not to visit
us, until informned that they can do so with-
out peril. We have held no consultation
with any one on this subject. We have
no desire to become alarmists ; but we cull
on the Board of Health to aver or con-
tradict this now current report.--Courier.

From Canton.-By the ship Roman
Canton dates are received at New York
of April 13.
The Hoppo had issued an edict requir-
ing all' foreign ships trading to Canton to
pay the duties in full at the time of enter-
ig and clearing.
The subjects of the Celestial Empire
were distressed for want of rain, and oni
March 22, prayers were offered up in the
various temples that the windows of hea-
ven might be opened. The slaughter of
animals for food is forbidden.
A disturbance took place near the
SWestern Gate ofCantton, between thei
stone workers-about 1000 men were en-
Sgaged on each side, and'they fought with
guns, knives, clubs and bricks. It was
suppressed with somedifficulty by the sol-
diers.
The trade of the Hong merchants was
in -a very depressed state, occasioned by
the intriicate and complex regulations es-
tailished by the government and by the
high dlircs,
T"he repression of the opium trade was
carried on wdth great activity and many
seizures we're nimade.
The Britihh .i ''--h;.i a resident in Can-
ton bhad transmtnitted a memorial to Lord
Pahlnerston, praying the government to
aid them in'obtainiungpaymnent of the hea-
vy debts due them by ihe Hlong merchants.

Advantages of Advertising.--A few
weeks simee, the. Wheeling, (Va..) Gazette,
copied a- fobrdible article on this, subject
from an EIglish, Periodicak It has elicit-'
ed the 1nll.. ,.i ackeowledgeeTrtnt from
a business man of that city, of the benu-
fits d,-ried frion judicious advertising,
Mr. Editor-I perceived in the Times
a few days since, an ati'-l,: on advertising.
It led nie to make an'examination, and I
now give you the result. The firm to
which I belong has been in existence a
number of ye'rs, and has been doing a
tolerable fair business, On the first Jan-
uary last we cornmenied advertising by,
the year in your ppilei, In the half yentr
c ndin. JuIV 1, 1838," cr -alaes' havc ill'ij
nearly a iht-'i greater tihan in any previous
half year, and we caimnnot attribute ir. to
any tiling else tian our advertising.
uespectfiully yours, It.

Singuidar discover: in the Eyes of Fish,
4.c.---In Silliman's Jour'nal !br July, Dr.
Wallace, Oculist of this city, states that
he has observed a cavity containing water
beneath the eve-socket of certain lisles,
and communicating within the socket by an
aperture closed by a kind of valve,. When
pressure is made on the cavity the water
runs into, the eye-socket, and the eye is
raised so .that the animal can see more
directly before it.
The socket of th-e turtle's eye commu-
nicates with the mouth. When the head
is advanced, the eye may be blo;vn out to a
necessary distance; while by evacuating
the air, it may be sunk so far in the sock-
et that there is no danger of its striking
against the shell when thIe head is drawn
back.--N. Y Cou. 5f Enq.

Hforribk Combat.-A fight took place
in Cantcn, Miss. lately, between the broii-
er of Mr. Calhoun, Congress member from
Kentucky, and another gentleman, whose
name is not ,stated. It grew out of the
duel between Messrs Dickens and Drain,
the latter gentleman charging Mr. C. the
second of one 6f the parties, with unfair-
ness and cowardice. They fought with
Bowie knives, toe to toe, and were both


' terribly mutilated, so much so as not to
be expected to survive,

Healthof New Orleans.-" Our city still
remains quite healthy. A few sporadic cases
of yellow fever, we believe, have been detect.
ed in the Hospital, but this is an ocurrence of
every summer, even the most healthy. The
weather continues cool, and we are still visit-
ed by occasional showers. The lake is very
highand the swamps consequently filled with
pure water, which is favorable. We still have
reason to hope that our city will be free from
an epidemic this season."-American.

Canada Boundary.-We are at this mo.'
ment in some anxiety on the boundary ques.
tion. The military here are of opinion that
it m ill lead to some difficulty between the two
countries, while -the-merchants hope the con-
trary, but all unite in doubting the matter will
be brought to atr. amicable arrangement, the
goi erinieit of Maine having acted so decided.
ly. .1t is much feared that the course pursued
by'Mained will embarrass the general govern-.
ment. I iam sorry to say that 'many. of the
Canadianatrhe igh.y delighted at the pros.
pect of a war betwem.England and the Uni.
Ited States.-N. Y. Corn. Ad.


,NW N .OlLEANs, Aug. 24.
Yesterday there were no less than three
arrivals at this port from Havanna. All was
quiet in Cuba, There were 30 or 40 Amer-
ican vessels hi port, and the yellow fever pre.
vailed ameig persons not acclimated. We
are told that five or six vessels, from the coast
of Africa, arrived within the last fortnight in
Havanna, and that they had previously suc-
ceeded in landi-g their slaves on the coast of
Cuba,

The following memorandum appeared
to a marine report some days since,--
A Jurtion brig at the Ankerridge in-
sides the barr and sevrel sales in the river
c uiiiii-. up.-V. Orleans PiCeiite a,.

We extract the following very excellent ar*
tidle from the Peoria (Illinois) Register,
Crows versus Alcohol.-Colonel B. has one
of the best frms on the Illinois river. About
one hundred acres of it are now covered with
waving corn. When it first came up in the
spring, the crows seemed determined on its
entire destruction. When one was killed it
seemed as the- gh a dozen came to its funeral.
And ihough the sharp crack of the, rifle often
drove them away, they always returned with
its echo.
The colonel at length became weary of
throwing grass, and resolved on tryiagthe
virtue of stones. ie sent to the druggist for
a gallon of alcohol, ini which he soaked a few
quarts of corn anid scattered it over his field.
The black lh;gs came and partook with their
usual relish; and as usual they were soon
pretty well cored ; and such a cooig ard
cackli)g,-such a s'ruaiug and -i ., ig!
The sceae was like--Lut I will make no in-
vidious comparison--yet it was very much
like-
When the boys attempted to caich them,
they ,tere not a little anur-ised at thoir stag-
gering gait, a.d their zigzag course through
the air.' At length they gained the edge of
the woods, and there being joiticd by a iew
recruit, which happened to be sober, they uni-
ted at the top of their voices in haw, haw,
hiawi;ng and shouting either the praises or the
curses of alcohol. It was difficult to tell
which, as they rattled away without rhyme or
reason, so very much like-
But the colonel saved his corn. As soon
as they became sober, they set their faces
steadfastly against alcohol. Not another ker-
nel would they touch in his field, lest it should
'contain the accursed thing, while they went
and pulled up the corn of his neighbors. To
return like a dog to his v'omit-.-like a washed
sow to the mire.---iike.-.not they.--.They have
too much respect ior their character...black
as they are...again to be found drunk.
.IMAltaIM D,

In the Presbyterian Church in this city on
Thursday eveningby the Rev. 0. T. Hammond,
Capt. GEOR&E W. HuTuTCNS, Editor of the
Watchman, to Miss CYNT-raIA ANN, daughter of
Orlin P. flays, all-of this City.
0. T. H.


0B1TUARIV.
DIED, ina Motimcello, JefIferson County, Flo-
rida, omi the morning of the 23th of August,
31A RtY SUSAN SCOTT, ca-isort of James
M. Scott of that place, iin the 23d year of her
age. TIhe grimn monster death has by his re-
lentless hand thus deprived a husband of his
wiibe two children of a beloved mother, tmhe
church of a. pious and devout member, aad
society of one of its brightest ornaments. To
panegyrize the dead, to portray to a cold and
careless world, the virtues which they pos-
sessed, is a task so often performed that it has
become tuite. But the eulogist never can
have a more fit opportunity than the present,
to depict i, glowiig colors of character, the
dzspcsiwuo', unwarpcn by prejudice or passion
oi tie i eirna'. Mrs. Scott had resided in this
pL.ce ;.-' ar lhit years, a' d in that time had,
b-.' oifm it'e ,iia Od ; COUi OtiS o hnaaiier, tier caii.-
di ,1iiU G, oPI. icpertment, g,;:ied the atibections
a,.d -es-1cct ot ;iiv, who knew her. Ii her the
ilusband has oist on;-e, who ii years that th,'y
were united, twiu.ed roudid his ieart like. tite
fri'agile vine that cli':ga to the sturdy oak ibfor
support. But adas slic is go.ie to ilhat ourne
from theice o o traveler snail ever returni.-
her torn uhichi.but as yesterday moved hko
a fthiry ia some enchanted tale, Ires a lifeless
corpse,
" The thought fix'd portraiture, the breath; ig bust,"
which but a few short days ago, were the
pride of her husband and the admiration of
all is now entombed in the dark and silent
grave. Years will pass on and that form shall
nioulder into dust; but thanks to that God
who is the Resurrection and the Life," the
Immortal Spirit shall not, cannot die. On
her bed of laiigiishmeait nietiniks I can see
her point to Calvary's bright top aud say,
"There is my hope, my stay through life.
That which will sustai i me ia death." Yes,
even whilst the author of this is penning it,
Clierubims aslhtoi with her hosannas to the
Most high. Lot her f'ienids, theti, aiot sorrow.
Let them recollect that she has gone to hear
tlat glorious plaudit Well do,.e thou good
anid faithftul servant." Ard before the author
of this would close,\ he would add--How
much comntfort has he, tie husband of Mrs.
Scott, not received, by the attentions bestowed
up-nm her by her large circle of friends! How
much satisfaction must they, who in her ill-
ness waited upon her, feel, when they reflect
that they have discharged their duty towards a
sister im tihe church, a member of society, and
an afflicted human being. Peace be with
them May their lives glde smoothly on like
the streams, surrounded by gre.'n and verdant
banks, arid upon whose surface is mirrow'd
the Virtue which it possesses. X. S.


BARBACIJE.
There will be a barbecue at or near
Major Jaimes Stewart's, on the 15th Sept.
and all the Candidates and citizens of Le-
on County are respectfully invited to at-
tend, to hear the views of the different
Candidates. Those gentlemen living at a
distance will meet with that hospitality
that always belongs to Lake Jackson and
Ochlockney citizens.
September 8, 1838--43.


N OTIC1E--The Copartnership heretofore ex.
isting in this city under the firm of Pilgrim
& Ludington, is hereby dissolved irorn and after this
date. All persons indebted to said firm will make
immediate payment lo the undersigned
JOHN R. LUDINGTON.
SThe business will in future be conducted by John
R. Ludington, and will be happy to accommodate
thie' former customers of the establishment, and
others who may favor him with a call. lie is now
expecting from New York, an extensive assortment
of new and fresh Goods;, consisting of Cloths
Cassilfters, Vestings, &c. and a general
supply of other articles, usually found at siinilar
establishments,
Tallahasseo, Sept. 8th, 1838.-43-tf,


sc~6r-i,;lrri., ~ r~,-pr-rse~a


F OR SALE in the Town of Quincy, a lot
containing one and a half acres, in which is
erected a good (I. a ,:I' i house, with three rooms and
a parlour. ALSO a Barn, Stable, and a.Coach house.
Said premises is well fenced, has a good garden, and
is very convenient to the Academy. Terms will be
made known by applying to
FONTAINE HOLLOMAN.
Quincy, Sept. 3, 1B38.-43.tf.


We are authorized to announce N. W.
WALKER, as a candidate to represent the
county of Leon in the next Council.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
C. McGEIHEE, as a candidate to represent
the county of Madis n in the Convention.
We are requested to announce Col.
CHARLES H. DUPONT, as a Candidate to
represent the people of the Middle District
of Florida, in the Senatorial Branch of the
next Legislature.
August 25-41.


DC We are authorized to announce
J. W. BENNERMAN, as a Candidate to re-
present the County of Leon in the next
Legislative Council.
August it,-39. 1838.
It is understood that Mr. GIBsON is al-
so a Candidate for Re-election,
D' We are authorized to announce
C. S. SIBLEv, Esqr., as a Candidate to rep-
resent Leon County, in the next Legisla-
tive Council,
August 11,-39-tA.
[ We are authorized to announce
Dr. J. D. REID, as a Candidate to repre-
sent thle Middle District, in the theSenato-
rial Branch of the next Legislature.
Sept. 1-42.


iiJ We are authorized to announce
Maj. JAMES STEWART, as a Candidate for
the next Legislative Council, for Leon
County.


Sept. 1.--42.


DC vvWe are authorized to announce
E. CARRINGTON CABELL,Esq., as a Candi-
date to represent thie people of Jefiferson
county in the Convention.
Sept. 1-42.


[O'- We are authorized to announce
Rev. R. B. RER. as a Candidate to repre-
sent the Middle District, in the Senatorial
Branch of the next Legislature.
Sept. 1-42.


D' We are authorised to announce
Dr. WMi. TRADEWELL, as a candidate to
represent Leon County in the next Le-
gislative Council.
t}- We are authorized to announce DANIEL
MCRAENY, as a Candidate to represent
L con county, in the next Legislative Coun-
cil. July 20 1838.
We are authorized to announce Col. S.
J. PERRY, as a candidate to represent tihe
county of Madison in the Convention.


We are authorized to announce ELISTA
SUIMMERLIN, as a candidate to represent
the county of Madison in the next Council


We are authorized to announce Dn. A.
J. DozIER, as a candidate to represent the
county of Jefferson in the next Council.
We are authorized to announce ELIAS
E. BIACKBURN, as a candidate to repre-
sent the county of Jefferson in the next
Council.


We are authorized to announce JAMES
A. BERTHELOT, Esqr., as a Candidate to
represent the Middle District of Florida,
Composed of the Counties of Gadsden,
Leon, Jefferson, Hamilton and Madison,
in the Senatorial Branch of the next Leg-
islature.
August 11,-39-tf.


Col. WILLIAM BAfLEY of Jefferson
County is a Candidate to Represent the
people of the Middle District of Florida in
the ,Senate.
September 8, 13S--43.


We are authijrizcd to announce LEvIs
P. TAYLOR, Esq., as a Candidate to Rep-
resent the people of Leonl County, in the
next Legislative Council.
September 8, 1838--43,
We are authorized to announce ALEX.
Fonity DuVAL, Esq., as a Candidate to
Represent Leon County in the next Leg-
islature.
September S, 1838-43. !
A LIST Of L]ETTERS rc'maining in
the Post Office at Tallahassee, on the first day
of September 1838, and not before adlvertised;
Adison, Johtn Ieard, Wmin. T.
Ash, C. W. Hill, Mrs. Strah
Brokenborough,W. H.J)hi so Mrs. Mary
Birge, J. J. 3 Lewis, Romeo
Bryan-t, Delilah Lambert, John
Bryant Abigal Lorimeri Mr.
Brewster, W. H. 2 Leslie, John
Bradley, Ezekiel 2 Maner; Win.
Bredgeman, Mrs. C. Messenger, Win. L.
Bryant, Joseph L. MeRaney, D.
Boyd, Daniel Mclnitosh, J. M.i
Berry, Lewis McKenzie, H;
Bowers, Charles Munroe, E. P.
Colwell, Spencer 3 Morgan, Thomas
Cohoro, James 2 Miller, Joseph
Crowley,-John Moor, J. D.
Costin George McIntire, S.
Cowart, Seaborn Miller, Mrs. E. M.
Clarke R. G. W. Monroe, G.
Comell, Mrs. McGehee, J. C.
Childs, James Maynor, Willis
Cowsey, Vird D. Nutall, Mrs. M. W.
DuVal, S. H. 3 Nowlin, S. J.
Dyre, Aaron Nugent, Thomas
Dearborn, Maj. G. 2 Putnam, J. S.
Daniels, Mrs. Lucy A. Porter, R. W.
Dewey, Joel Porter, Win. S.'
Daughltery, Win. Russell, Jessee
Ely, Francis R. Rcgin, Richard 2
Emily, J. A. Roche, John
Fraser, Simon Rid, J. J.
Fitt, Samuel P. Randolph, Win. M,
Fontaine, William Sap, John
Forister, F. Sedgwick, Samuel
Granad, Johnson Siogletary, Nelson
Grambling, C. Skannel, Lloyd
Graham, A. Thomas Robert
Green, Margaret Turner, Mathew
Green, Gen. T. J. Tuclker, Mrs. Jane
Hubern, John Tucker, John
Hurst, John Vass, Douglas 2
Hawkins, Wm. Vass, Mrs. Ellen T.
Ham, J. 0. 2 Williams, C. C.
Hagan, Win. Whittier, Col. B. F.
Harris, S. T. Whitess, Benjamin -
Hunter, Dr. James Williams, Robert
Hale, Master J. Washington, Henry
Hudson, H. Wilson, Win.
I. G. SEARCH, P. M,
Sept. 8,--43-t3,


We are authorized to annound D. BEL- i,'S CX UO TEAL.
FORD EWING, as a candidate to represent F- 7 r H Eabove Establish-" .
the Middle District in the- Senetorial *'.i ,isilngoodiepairm
T 1andnow open firthe recep- >" "
branch of the next Legislature. andt_ ion of travellers;i e |-
COMMI ISSION BUSINESS. Two or three families- can be accommodated with
BER D & B tE, private rooms, and the best fare the County and
BEARD & BIOREN, Town will afford.
General Commission M-ereiants, The healthinessi of Quincy .its beautiful location
andt Cottofl Factors, excellent police, and i;-r,...l,.,,.. male and female
No: 24 Poydras streets, New.-Orleane, Academies, with the Hlouse keepers efforts to please,
R ETURN thanks to their numerous friends for is the bast reccoinmensdation the subscriber presumes
Sthe very liberal patronage bestowed on them to offer the public.
since their commencing business, and beg to assure W ITERS.
them that the best attention will be !Tven to the in- Thie aeove establishment, ii offered tfor sale on a
terests of those who may intrust business to them. reasonable, and liberal ternis, to an approved pinrhl't.
For the information of those Merchanrits and Plant- ser J. a.
ers who are not acquainted with the principles on May 6,-2S-tf.
which they predicate tliher transactions. B. &. B. / I. ,,il .. i ..... ,. -. 1 ....
take this opportunity of informing them'that all V gentlemen as Candidates for the State Con-
consignments of Cotton are sold on their Respective vcntion, for their respective counties.
merits, and the principle of .i iie! Cotton in lots of Leoln Comity.
various qualitic are at all times avoided. Also that
immediately ni the sale ofCotton on other Consign- Gen. Sam. Parkhill, Maj. Geo. T. Ward
ments, the proceeds are placed in Bank to the Indi- Gen. John P. Du Val, Dr. T.. B. Wvynn,
vidual Credit of tire Shipper, and Certificate of de- Gen. Leigh RIead, L. A. Thlompson,Esq
postite f-ovarded, unless contrary instructions are Gen. Thos. Brown, J. D. Wescott, Esq.
previously received.
D. &. B. beleaving that the interest of the Coun- Maj. John T aylor, '. Reynolds, Esq.
ty Planter and Merchant are betterguarded by avoid- David Brown Esq. Col. 11. \Vashington,
ing all risks of acceptance for them, beg to inform i
them, that no draft can be excepted unless Bill of Gadsdenl County.
L, ,.- .-....... .... thie same with instructions to Maj.J.. M .Gilchrist, R. HI. M. Davidson,b
insure. JThe long experience of the Senior Part-
ner in the Cotton and Produce Business, will insure Dr. D. L. White, Col. C. 11. Dupont,
the best market prices for all Cotton Shipped to I. Ferguson, Jr. Esq. Dr. J. W. Malone,
tlien, which will at all times receive his personal S. B. Stephens, Esq. Dr. B. Meachain,


attention. I oI o nter a reward o Nr i 'u U I. N rEIJl. l LAJ.Z
J. A. BEARD, cKSOM CostyI for the apprehension and delivery of the said Jesse,
C. B. BIOREN. Dr. S. C. Bellamy, in any jail itn the District of West Florida, and I do
itt :r'cnEncCt hliroby enjoin and req',iire all Magistrates and peace
Floridd.-A. Spangler, Col. B. F. Whitner, Col. Jeifersoi County! officers ti, be vigilent in the apprehension of said
R. Fitzpatrick, E. J. Wood & Co., Col. G. McIn- Capt. Daniel Bvrd, Capt. James Scott, off'nder-
tosh, J. B. Peachy. Col. Bllamv ( C-t J.N Partridge Jesse Goodman, is abo.t six feet one inch high;
Georgia.-Gen- D. L. Clinch, A. B. Davis, Maj. o. 1,"p J r i slimu made, down cast look, sallow complexion, sharo
J. Peabody, lion. IT. Foster, Dr. F. M. Robertson, Maj. J. L. Taylor, Josephi .lCants, Lsq black eyes, with a slight stoop in his shoulderr, lio
Col. W. Caumming. J. & D. Morriason, J Seymour, Col. Jamnes Gadsden. will probably attempt to make his escape to Tennes-
C. Day &Co. see.
Alabama.--Col. Mills, Murphy & Brack, Hflot, TOTICE.-I have resigned my otlffice as Mar. Given under myv hirand and seal this 28 day of May
Rose & Gibson, Strother Bather & Co., E. E, .Gai- I1 shal and Constable, any person holding my re- 18S31. JOHN P. DUVAL.
their. M;j. R.D. Ware, Col. T. McGrau. ceipt for notes and accounts can have the same by Secretary and Acting Governor.
June 2, 18 .--29.1y. applying to Mr. David C. Wilson or to Wrin. Hilliard June 2,-29tf.
TIN O/A RE. ~Esq. ...
TINSWARE. E SILAS IL COURTNEY. MOVAL.
T IIlE subscriber continues to car- Tallahassee, August 4-38-tf. 1 EMOVED from No. *4 Berry's Row, to the
ry on the manufacturing ofTi Store formerly occupied by G. H. & T. E.
j w are, and w i at all times hang of Tin Book-Bindery Lmdenbcrger, cornor of Munro & Jefferson Sts.
wreae, and will at all times have cmn
hand a general assortment, either at F7 ITE 'Subscribers have opened a Bindery in CENTER & KEEN.
wholesale or retail, on as reasonable this City, (on IVashington Square.) anl are rainilt-Groceries, Provisions &C.
erms as can be sold in any southern niarket, deliv. prepared to execute all branches oftheir business in We lhave just received from Baltimore, afresh and
erable ta my store at Tallahassee. as good shyie as cin be done elsewhere. Bkallk choicesuppiyiofGroceries,lVines,Liql.ors
WM. 11. FRANCIS. tBooks made to order and Riluled to tony pat. Provisions &c. Consisting of thle following
Jan. 6--8.tf. tern, to match any style of binding. Paper ruled for articles :
P. S. Having now an experienced workman, all Bills, Letters. &c. Particular attention paid to roe- Liquors.
articles will be made to order in tihe'above line, binding old Books, Newspapers, Mtagazines, &c. Cogniac Brandy, Holland Gin,
and all job work done without delay, either in thle 'The Subscribers pledge themselves that all orders
tin or sheet iron business. W I. F. shall be executed with neatness and dispate. Champagne do. N. E. Rum,
t CUSIMAN & HIAYWARD. Old Peach dIo. Old Rye Whiskey,
SfOMMITTED.-To Jail on tile 23d inst. Tallahassee, Oct. 14,1837.-48-tf. Old Jamaica Spirits, Rectified do.
a negro man, who says his mame is FRESH suplyof edeins Per- lViWles,
Charles and that he belongs to Msj.' M'oore of Psupply e
Tallahassee, and was hired to John R. Chap:nan of U-eryL; -Fncy citi los, Old Madra, Muscat,
Mari:inna. Said negrois 5 feet 7 inches high. short, i P IL., -ALSO- Scl do SweethMalagn,'
bright, talks broken Inglish, about 30 to 3 years ts Oils Varisl, Britsis, &C Sherry, (Chamnipaigne,
of ag-. has lost one upper and two lower teeth.- 'I'h Just rec ivedl and for sley Tnrife, Claret.
owner of said negro is requested to colie forward, V A IxDLIPort.I
prdve property, pay charges and take him away. iMay 19, S3.-7-t
L. J. BELL. Jailor.IC TA-KE NOTICE. Rordia im,
Quincy, Agust 25--41-tt. LL persons indebted to E. B. Perkin tby ite o Cinatt m .
SBACON F LOUeR &c. i or account, are requested to call and settle trin(- A e tt ad inrn
ucbralaOtly rCeie at same, asit is necessaryvthat his business should be Fruits mtnd Preserves,
rvI'HE subscriber has lately received a lot of closed as soon possible. 1'i"s. Preserved Oranges,
F Bacon and Corn, of superior quaty.- F. BARNARD, .t. & CO. Raisins, Do. Limes,
Also a few Barreis of sup-rfine ltlour: and will Taillahiasee, Nov. 10, 136G-ltf "rnes, Do Pine Apple;
shortly receive a supply of Groceries which he of- Pnes, Do Pine Apple;
fers low for Cash. lIe has also for sale a neat pair JUSTI RECEItVED. Dried Apples. Do. Citron,
of Mahogany dining Tables. UPERRFINE Salid Oil, Pepper Sauice, Enurishi Citron, Do. Ginger.
F. B. WHITING. k Mustard, Tomato, Walnut and Mushroon Cat- .ts
St. Marks, August 22,-41.t3. sup, Cavemto and Black Pepper and a gcnerel as- Ao n Want,
sortment.of Spices. Almonds English Walnuts,
PROCLAM ATION. Also, Lemon, Gingcr, Raspberry and Sarsaparil- Filberts, Palmn Nuts,
TWO lHundred Dollars lRcward. Ia Syrups. Fresh Hops, Salaratus and Peralash, for lPicS. lr%,
BY JOHN P. DUVAL. sale by WADDEL, RANDOLPHI & LEWIS Oysters, Gherkins
Secretary and actingI Gorernor of the Territory _J -1 ....-.... Walnuts, Cabbag-,
of Florida. DICSO UITIOr. Piccalili, C;,-"rs & Olives,
W" HEREAS, It has been repres"npted to me, nIt-E copartnership lhreteeoorie existing under ritlet.
that Asa Smith, of Newnaiisville, East Flo- At the nae of SfSwaim & Madden is this iday ,dis-
rid, charged with the murder of Abner Dunnegan, olved bv mutual consent. All those having de- | irown's Honey Dow, Small Plug,
U. S. soldier of the fourth Infantry dlledrld to hiave mands against the said firm will present the same Mellow Ridge, Fine Cut, chewing
been committed in the Town andi Territory afore- foj paymrent, and all those due the said firm wills Cavendish;, Do. Smoking:
said on the lIth inst. has made his escape. settle thlir accounts with P. I. Swvaim, who is duly irsi
Now therefore in pursuance of law, I do hereby autho;ized to settle the same. ie
offer a reward o TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS I P. 1. S1AIM, Maccalrau, Soappe.
for the apprehension add delivery of the said Asa L.A.MABDDE.,N. American Gentleman, Scotch.
Smith, in any jail in the District of East Forida ; The business sailt hareaftcr b" conducted nc'.r ollaviana Cigars.
and I do hereby enjoin and require all Megistrats the name and styl ofP. II. Swaim & Co.
mnd peace officers to be vigilant in the apprehension St. Marks Julv 7, 34-in. r SPP
of the said offender. A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Asa Smith sometimes known i by the name of 7*- C r' *, Mackerel. Nos. 1. 2. .3. Shad ; Dried and Pieki
Feelwood, is about five feet seven or eight inches b, led Godfish; Smotked Ilrring; Smoked Beef; Do;
high, light corn election light hair, and well formed. E I 'wit p has"s ; 1P i SrtRthgas; Water, Butter". and
He has relations in the lower part of Georgia. It wi lpurcase Cotton ait the t Sr.;r Cracers ; Pm.-Ap,,le ad Goshmen Cheese.;
is supposed hie will endeavor to make his escape to V market price during thc Season- Baltimore llams, Sides rand SShoulders; Itice; Lardl
ATexas. tMRTIN & HART. Flour; Molases ; V Texas. Tallahassee, Sept. 30,--,6-tf Flour;'Molases" '
Given under my hand and seal this 25th (day of allaassec Sept 3,-npainie C'!her; Vnmcgar j Allspicei Pepper,
My 1839, JOHN. P. DUAL. ITALE AND FEMA1 L-E TEACHERS Starhm, Mace, Cloves, Nutmnegs, Race i G G:ouad-'
Secretary and Acting Geverner of Florida, VWANTED Gi....r. Gatiitcr Mistard; Chocolate, C.ifee, Teg,
MI y 26,-28.-tf. o f i Ti brown aitn' white. Havana Lump. Sugars;
-IrW E Trustees of tlhe Q1incy Ac.iad- Lm,',n Syrup:, ininnburg Al..- a-e Oil Sperm
'TAX COLLECTOR'S LAST _It clnies are desirous of engaging for tIr enu- Oil, Candilcs. Sop. Powder; S',..i, Le-.-; &c.
NOTICE ing year (to commence on the first diy of .January.) CENTER'& KEEN.
NOTIE. unrgdwlt dTeachers to take charge of tho two Insfittlu'ions, o-
N pursuance of law, the undersigned will attend cated in the Town of Qnincy, Fiurida. The pri'i- t Aii 2.--.*.t .. .
"one additional day" at the new Court House, pals must be amply qualified to teach all the in'.;r T^ P .--oesls. J. F. May, a-d Diiil (
in Tallahassee, on Saturday their 1st September, 1438. branches of Eaunation, usuaJllv tauht in tteir rtis- Wtin, w ill nih as nr' att-rmirirg-my b-
Il)linquents ned not expect farther indulgence than pectiv departments : There will a- o be required a
the time specified by law, as it cannot be granted by pt aid second assistant in the Female Iprqtcnt. i seio-nfo 'n I the Tcr:utor.- J. B. BULL.
byfirst anltd secd n d a s~i.tcn t iiit ire e, aIe 1) 1)al" fi ''ni iet. ut y73-f
him, consistently with his officiril obligations. Hle The Terms are as fblo.ows, to .-it : A S.darv of July 7 34--ti
therefore hopes and expects his f-llow citizens to be one Thousand Dohllars will be given to the principal : N-c Dir ug Stoi'reC
prompt, in the liquidation of their taxes, of the Male Academy, and Seven hundred and fifty fe Ill.i Sus-.nbcrs hnva formed a co
The existing Revenue Laws, require taxes to hbe tote principal of th Feal together partnership in the ruig business
paid on or bfclore the 1st September, in eachl and ev- the perquisites that miay arise from instructinag il lt ,ur ir the firm of
ery year. WM. H. MICIIAEL, -i nsic. The Salary of the first assistant in the 1 trhel, Randolph & Lewis.
Tax Collector for Leon County. Female Academy, wi ll be Five hundred, iand that of T I; o Ip e
August 1, 1838.-38-tf. the second, Four hundred Dollars, with toec like Tluey tr a jut received adroirlm otihr for sale,
privileg of toahing Clothingot ostscoul isamm onmt
OTICE.-TIHE' undersigned has appointed privilege of taking i, out of shl hos one r reet.ageneral ssortmentiofrel
L L. A. Thaompsoma Esq. iuis agert tind Attorney All applications must be acecomupanied by ample.on Moroe n-leeicharel, Paints, Oils, F e.
L. A. Thompson Esq. his ag and ttorey testirnionialIs of character and qualificationi and be rugs,' leda rii S Paints, Oils, ac.
for the transacting and settling his business. All transmitted to th Se tar of the Bard of rs together with riy o Perfumery an Fncy ar-
transmitted to the Sec(retary of the Board of 'lruis. ,-
Persons indebted will do well to call and settle a a tees, on or before the first daty 8f October ; at which ticdes for the toilet.
early day, at his office over J. B. Bulls new store on tie a selection will b" mae. All orders from' Fhysicians, ltnters and Country
Munroe street, as longer indulgence canno be giv- C. tmON',ecn'w i1 b Q 'Merchants, will ,bt tiiahani.kfully received and fiithfuiy
S.I EI. C UPO Se'y. T. Q. attde t.
May 26--23-tf. August 18,-'10-till O 1 W. W, WADDET,.
Cottoii Brokerage & Counission J. If. RANDOLPH.
ATWOOD COTTON GINS. erea. B. C. LEIS.
----- ~- A TWOOD Friction Rol- ,"3HE Subscriber would inform his friends aiad Tallahiim se, Dec. 9. 137--4-tf __
-. .s 1 lhler and common Cottonl l ti public in gener.il, that he has co"nimnneed 'tD-PARTNERSllIP.
,,, Gins,, ara now receiving andforsale the business of Co1;t01ol Broker & Coin- TY HE Subscribers having associated themselves
by the subscribers. All those who have engaged Imissio;.l Merclli It ir the city of New a..,. in business, nnder tlit firm.on
the above Gins of their agent will be able to obtai t i orl., amnd is now prepared to receive Cottn amdA\
them in a fewv days. Fiveir an already received other 1roduee, intended for that market, which lie IHARLEY & GORMAN.,
GAMBLF E & REID. w iill dhspo-e of, moi cu nommsion, and flatters himself, Respectfiilly inform thvir friends andml the public,
Talaasse, st -4dS & RE I (that from u his IonL nacqt:initance with the Northern that they intend mcarr'yiug on the ])kry-Good,
T allahassee, A ngu st 24,-- 41-t5. n s i h o
and Southern M-irkets, lie shall be cnalheId to give & Grocery Mus ines, in the S'tore rcently
-^"^^ 'or NeCiv Orleans. s tisf]tch ion to such as may fi.el disposed to patronize occupiied by Mr. W .M, ANEm, corner of Mon;roe and
If^ < rslWSE Brig SpioeletO,-i sTLewis iiim, not. only ir the sale of their produce, but in the Cliton-streets.
i 'l Master, will st ot tie 5th iat. investment of aniy part of tliw proceeds cthey may PAUL H. JIAR.EY,
l For freight or passage apply to ,l' order or direct. JUSTENIAN F. DAVIS, WM. P. GORMAN.
CaIpt L n o board, or to R. I. BERRY. No. GO WVater street. Ner-Yrol,. Tallahassec, Dec. 30, 13q7.--7-tf
Capit5 'in oil board, or to x.11,. BERRYl.J~ 1 1 1_ .1 ^ iTn
Sept. 1,-42-t2. Refer-ntes: lon. J. lBranch, R. IV. WVillianms and
S'arua. Rel, iat Tallahassec. James Lanoier & Co. at A TEACtER VANTED.
Lillm. Reidl, at' IIE subscribers wish to employ a teacher by
]N OTICE.-Four weeks after date, I wil! ap- Quincy. John B. Collins, at Monticello. Wia. J.Tl the evear, to teachaschyool,offiom12to20,o:
Il ply to the Hion. Judge of Gadsden County Bailey, at MIavnolia. Win. G. IPorter, at Apalahi a w ic o le a t 2
Crf l s more scholars, for which a liberal price w'ill'be giv-
Court, for leave to se'l lilcy a negro womLan, aged cola. Craig & Daffin, St. Joseph. en. Wo wish the, gentlemran to be recommended
23 years, and the following tract of Land : The Feb. 3, 183.-12-y. as a nimoral man, ofsteadyv hanits, whlo understands
1-2 of thec S. IV. 1.4 and the W. 1-2 of the S. W tecigalteevrlrncs fheK ls a-
1-4 of Section, 23 T. 2 North of R. 3 WVest, belong. N-iEW FIIaiI. teaching all tie several i a ranches stfbhi Eglshi lan-
ing to the kEstate of T. Fart', deceased. I --I-HE subscribers have this day associated them- gug county, f Middle Florida, teu miles south ofeMn-
J. P. POYTIR;SS, Adm'r. ; selves together.nde~rthe.firmn_ of ticello. in the neighborhood of Col. Gamble'"s.


Sept. 1,-W4.tf. GA6)IBL & REID,
HEAD QUARTERS, for the purpose of transacting business in thie city
'allrd assee Sept. 1, 1838. of Talhaliassee. July 20, 183S.
SOTCElallahassee Sept. 1,1o3loe Thev will have on hand at all times a general as- "
N OTICE,-An election for Icut. Colonel tmicnt of goods, and will be disposed to serve OTICE.-
of the 7th Regiment of Florida Militia, is their friends and the public upon the most favorable 11 Court of Ga
hereby ordered to be held on the first Satuir- terms. .JAMES B. GAMBLE. ber will apply to
day in October next. Captains, or other ofll- SAM. REID. a discharge from
cers in collmanod, will see that the election is Just received a fint article of Kentucky Bagging of said Counmity.
held in their respective beats, on said day, a- and Rope. Also, 50 brIls Kilu Dried Flour. March 2tth 18
agreeable to law, and make return to me, within .ug.t l, 1833.--39-tf OTICiE.-
ten days after. N'-.- 1 den Countv
SJAMES STEWART, S FOR SLE. hisvoUchers &c.
onijer Corn'dg. and p TWrao I'rse Jel yse Vdao.t, de', anipry t,
7th Reg't. F.. M. *lLung on Spriu"ss. Also Two'- tration ofsaid est
One, do. (t0o. QUincy, Augus
Rope and Baging. June 9,-30-tf. WM. IT. FRANCIS. Q n
SPieces Dundee Baging 42 ,.,- E cr
1 0 inhel wiile. 'A TI*RBIVA.TiSAL. .-Alikelyero 79dIeE. Subscr;
100 Coils Bale Rope-a superior ar- zu Woin ibnut i0 years of mtgm, a golod Pratt s'
tide. Cook, atd washer, is also aetustoinmed to house wdrk. ton Gins, wi
250 Sacks Salt. For salo by. Shoi will be sold low for cash. on immediate applica- Gins to examinio.
IIARLEY & GORMIAN. tion to In ,Z'I P. SPEI(.
s ent. 1 ,tn ', 3 .T,;hasse'. ,Augu3:t n 9--:- Jae'?-,, 30.t!


AWI. GO R.MAN. *
RICHARD LANG.
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-At tlo next term of the Couty,
adsden Coiunty Floridat, the subscrin-
thie Ion. Judge of said court for
the estate of Aquiiila Brulon dee'd.
D. J. BRU'TON,Ex.
i37.--19.-en.
-At tIhe next .lanuary terntiof Ga(l-
v CouartL, tie subscriber will present
against tihe Estate of Allen Inith
o be discharged froni tihe Aduinis".
tate. WM. NUNAN,,Admr.
st 18,--41-6nm.
OTI rON GINS. -
iber has juat received, a .rpf,!v of
warranted <'aist-tseelitot-
ich he-invites Planters in warrior
N. M. MARTIN.
Ag,:it fer the l Mn-tiuFtutr,.


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Atlciioneer and Comiitiisioi
MERCHtANT.
Sale tays--WedinesdayW. Saturday. :
N OTI[CE.-The Copartnership heretofore ex:
i'h in the name of Stewart & Barnard he-
ing .1.. .1 by the Death of.thio.Senior partner.-all
persons indebted to the firm fme, -requested to make
immcdiateB settlement,all *. Pl~pi r :.,j,.f .i ,.1 .in, -
will please present their '
E. BARNIARD. '
Surviving Co-partner; ,
Tallahassee, July 14-35.tf.
P R 0 C LA M A T ION.
Two hundred Dollars Reward.
BY JOHN Pt. I)UVAL. ,. -
Secretary antd actingf Governor -f te.e erritorr-"e
cf Florida.
W HEREAS. It has been represented tome,'
V that Jesse Goodman, formerly of Tennessee,
but late of St. Joseph, West Florida, charged with
the inmurder of his wife, hil. 1. .1 I .1 ir, ,. ...r.
emitted in the City and 1 i, .. r ....- .J lh : n-n.,.
Ihis escape. -
Now therefore ir-n pursuainco of laiw, I do hereby
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CO-PARITA F3tSUI .y.
'E..'E livw, tiiis *' ..' under the namlle of ,emael1.r & Keels,
ivr the transaction of a Grocerey & Provision busi-
.less.
WV. CENTER.
J. B. KEEN.
Tallahisrece, January 1, l6--tir
%S T 0 X u C,*
T HIE Snbscriber has taken tihe-stand formerly
occupied by J. B. Peachy, E-,q. at ,St. Mark ,
awl wi!l-attand to the. S, orinig and For-
jJ!a'13'illi of s"n11h ;1ticles as may be as,'igned to
his care. By di';ignt attention.1o his busine-s, he
hopes to obtldn a iiheral shi;rB of public p:itr'jn:;e.,
WILLIAM H. MAT'tirR-S,:
,i. M;,rks, May 121, 1838.--2 -.tf.

f.-.-_ A FIRST-rate young Notheril
./ ^_-^,^ U_ Io e. A liarldi.doue light
y __i \[ Cuai~tS: i, whilh Can bc arranged%
.T'--- as a one o orse Buggl, or two htora
BsIj- e Barouceie. Enutre at xiis Office.
Feb. 3 lS3.--lY-.f.
-I;-,711, iL AM MT. I J 'ANDoiLtPH, ATTOR
w, v NEr AT LAW, will practice in all thle Courta
in MdIC af.n::ybv 1 en~rul-td to i',i. cre. Officein the room
i-o,'i;.e: l) e ~i ,i liy E-.iivmud Houston, Esq., Wash,
iiiugoh Sq'i-re.
():. 8.---.52, i-37-tf
, --_ '.S'.IA S iiE F1C--A cure for thl
XJT TOOTtH ACHE. sad ad powfrf1l .antidote
against t,14 Scurzy.
Irs Ei-FieAcy.-Thcre nevar perhaps existed any
riomie:Y which deserved m'or justly the epilip't 'fo
Spweific. The celebrily which it his acquired ill
FIr:-<; e and other uouniri,.!" li.:s madtihi known z.-
o-e; ol tlhe mo w.t prci.js ri'om;-;d-sof the art of cur
i'.g. Iu nA aL'v.w col)'!s !he nIlos! :cuc .jmid obstinate
p-ti, is appeared. Its rC-fflcey agaii,.t the Scurvy
wi;eo,;t being so quick, is no! however less crt,da
anJi puwer'ui. S0id liy
'.AVDDEL, RA-NDULPH & LEWIS.
Jan.27-11-tf

I'NHE Subscriber tenders l)is sincere flnmks to
_ to the ci6:zens of' Ttllassec, and the pul)'lie
g r;:,..ly, for the li!ber;;l eciWuTrgenfii',Zt be Ih.s re-
,.: .i\":d, aiid would rc's: etliily iitbrin then, ti et he
.i now prepared to do ail kinds of work in hil line.
ti o.~e who haty favor him wi-ith a ce.ll, Tliat
.1. .;. tie punctual in pjrfbrmng Ihis work in a
workianm-lik ; manner. TJ.M. ItUGON.
Having juit rcceived per Selir. L,2onid(s, ,i 'resh
>lljall)y of Ji, following articles, ofiers thlem fur
s ii,: low f-4 Cush
White LeAd, Terre de Sienna.
Rodd do. Li.sced Oil,
Vcni!ian Red, Spts. Turpentine,
Spalish \'t haiinigi, Gum Copad,
&). B;'owu, Copitl Varnish,
Cro.!Ue (Gre-', 13iuders,
(Io. Y,-io:., iA hcrage,
Yellow Ochre, Sulphlte of Zinc.
Verdcgris, Gold & Silver Leaf.
Pi'.-:i.l- I Blue, Fros-tings, all colours,
Umnber, Vermnilion,
1, ke,'
And Glsws orf all sizrs. lie will keep constani-
lv on hand, dl! of the sbove articles for the accoi-.
,nolaiion of his custo. >rs, ,:t nodernto prices.
'l',,!lh z-,i.i,- Doc. 23. 1837.- 6-tf


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-- L-. GA I.N T, .' "" W- PILOSPIECTBUS- "ROPOSALS for carrying the nails of the idSpee'1 thtonumber ofmilea ch the
7 ,k I-Vi TTr Or THE es ntdSa CO-i _r L PO l I E-.ii .,"' -: W IiE E L Y W H P' OF TA 7 N 7 United states irom the first of January, \time. -,
rldri '~i Lo, ~Vi ai?... Pae in the I ,.!~. -,....,:,1 ..fr "'V 'EDITED BY TiiE R,-' -1). gxtowzi, of June, 1843, on tile following rauts in Virgin- Lave Banbiday ever Moda Wedn "
Lewis Lys~ard. \ 111.,' 1.1: ,1 ,, ..*.... issued 7th -Literary, Political and Miscellaneous. E make no promises of great things to be ia, N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Georgia lor- -rive at La Grange next day by 3 ,A l
-.- ,1-. 1.r, .,1- .. I to March | AC II Number is equal to Four Hundred and WV done by our Magazine, as if a new era of ida, will be received at the Department uniil the L've La Gange nextuesay '1 A y
:I' i J Torm, 1838. "I VAf Forty-Two pages duodecimo--and the yearly illumination were suddenly to burst upon the aston- 10th day of September next inclusive, to be de- ainid Saturday at 6 P iiii
F., HE ,efendant in said cas.', and all others in- volume to Twenty-Two Thousand Nine Hundred ished universe. It is not expected that the influcn- cided by the 24th of said month. Arr at at e p Mri-
Alterested will take notica of the Iustitution of and Eighty-Four duodecimo pages of the novel size. cos which have keptup tie movements of the world's On routs where existing contracts have been danbridige every Wednesday Fri-
Naidoiiit by attachment as' aforesaid, and they are Eich il'umber 'Contains A Spirited Wood"Cut, enterprises in Religion, Morals, Philosophy, Politics,, Ondeduts whe 30th one 1) t ve been y an 'iay by 9 P x
required to appear and picadi'.. d,.' declaration filed Satirical Historical.or of Portraiture. All for the Literature, Science, Commerce, Arts and Agricul- vice, unled t be 30th. oi,:ne, 139, than twat 2470. Fron Jiariamna, by Campbeiltou to
iiin sail ," -. ...,,:.-in', to I;!-- slat~w inh such case inconsiderable sum, of 83,00 ill Advance. ture, will be very greatly and itnmediately .affected vice, unless t be et hil er degree than that jDalciile Aia. 60 miles and back, onc a ,veck.
I. I ndo ..1 i-,,' 144. -.. The constant calls at ouroffice for a weekly paper for good or 1l, by our humble Periodiea. When now c operation, will be. Tmade to rcoa mence; Leave Maria-a every Tuesday at 6 A M
.' DUVAl, &AILEN, has iadueed us to commence tio "New York WVeek- i younger than now,,we might have expected great on the 1st of July,. 1839. JThese ;,.isos are spe. Arrive at Daieville next day by 4 P M
ha, -ice ust" cofit-nc tie, 2" ""'"LArrveatDalevillenexerthudayaby t P b
Attorneys for P!aiJfi.. ly Whig." We have incurred considerable expense things from our labors in the field of improvement ciallv noted under their respective numbers. Thursday at 3 t 3
Dec. 9, 1837.-4-tf m i order to furn ish our roa'lecs with a sheet sufficient- but i" now we can doa iitt'e and that even but poor- 410 f[A JA[o Arrive at Marianna next day by 1 PM
-y,^ ,". ,',, ..., ,,, i7.' ,.. necessarymattercxpectedin ly, we may b satisfied, providing that tt shall e 51. Fro Jacksonille by Frinks and Nassa Service to comunence on the 1st of July 1839-
"TO'lrNCE.TllP-Itcrihinber has this day obteiu- aweekly paper. We now present them with the first found on the side of'good. 60 miles and back 2471. From Mana to StJosephs, 75 miles
_L- V1 ed lItters of rtdftmnstration on the estate ol number of the Largest Paper in the United States. Ifln the cause of RELIGION, we can give but a mite .11. to St. May' Ga., 60 m.-, and back
of Jos. W. King, decea',d, of Gadsden county. All 011 Politics our course is already known ; our a.r- towards vindicating God's ways to man ; and shove, twice a week. and back, once in two weeks.
l persons havinff demands against said estate, will ties -vil be comprehensive, moderof' and candid, if may be, a feele outline of that great system in Leave Jacksonville every Sunday and Thurs- Proposals to carry in stages and ooftener will
-. resentt t'hem within tho timt prcscrienod uy law, .or Wi li e.oh firmness and decision to convince our which sorrow and ,i-t..,o,. are mote to be desircd day, at 4 P be considered. -
they will be barred of'recovery. AS1. parsons indebt- hauvci.irsthat they cannot drive us from tile field than the joys of the prosperous in the .'i-.-.:- of Arrive at St*. army'ss next day by 9 P.M. Leave Maranna every other Saturday at 5
ed, will m aleim mndi.lte la:iy cnt to while tbl is a ra g of the \hin banner lttt to i. thoughtless profligacy- our lo,','.ly yiew' ,i .. ac- Leave St. M ary's every M onday and T hurs- A 1
* JONATHA.N RO6BiSON, Adiu'r. unde. complished. day, at 11 A. M. Arrive at St. Josephs next day by 6 P m
.. Jan, 12, 1833-10-tf Scioniale Sketches wi!! also appear regular! y. Il in MoRiLS, we may be enabled io pTove thesci- Arrive at Jacksonville, next day by 4 P. M. Leave St. Josephs every other Toonday at 5
!v "e hav e' li arrange mets by which w~o w,-i!l once practical--fobnded in the condition of man, not 2452. From Jacksonville to St. Augustin. 33 AM -
.Ta.IC].-S..ix months after dato I shal1 be enabled to present every week, excellent Mcdical as an independant individual, but as a dependant on miles and back, twice a week. [\'rw,,.- %,4, to Arrive at Mari'nna next day by 6 P M
.Jl. -resent to the Ju,", of't(adsen. county y Court.l er. Tliis department will be under the super- tho favor of his creator, to whom ie is every moment carry in stakes will be considered. 2472. FroI mes V, by Pchee Valley
.my -ccounts and vouches tor hnal settem.,it o{ vi.io0 of one of tile most cminent, experienced and responsible, and on tic justice, the benevolence, the Leav Jksonville every Wednesday and and Atachuato Atmirnte, 70 miles and back
Sths state oJoCOnsdecasul is of this cit, and cannot fail forbearance of uhis fellowv man--we ask no more.- Saturday at 5 A. M. once in two weeks.
*Qu013 c djugriy intorestiug. There is not a medical W1ith tile schfisli system d' Jolics Valley every oPtayr Tuesdaay
-; I. Leave St. Augustine, every Th'llursday and at 5 A M
.. ... -- ) I m Mh u ha enu c edd %t-to rre -"fsste mi it ni,.y be called"- -we have nothing to
,G, OT ' .-I I. i l 7. ,all 1p -1se sll" ot fla, dep1,, etu wil in a great m easure tply he do. Lot suha- a eh us u n t e e n u d ya .3I ri ea l ia t e td yb
fora cortai r noto of haild giv ou by *ii Tc estoi l e br n Seave a Alira nte every o bher Thursdayy a tP
to D avid Robertson for :, m a do .. !)vi cb h, o." bh a to f i dos i'roablc a publ ic t o by all m epan s ad p L, "i ., it w as froe me d f r A iv e tit Jack son ville sa m e d ay s b y 3 P NI e v M .r n e e e y o h e h r d y a
fir.st day of Ja nuaarynoxt to G. WV. Holland or ordeor I For',igu and Domestic News, we ,shall give as Such u nlfortuna te0 p person s, i 24,53. From Jacksonville to P ablo, 20 m iles mt
as t h ond itions ofsJa a d n ote htoe f. l 1d !1sh o f -d iy as po ssi l and w e intend to Copp, lar go l Ifin P n ~oso v, we b c perm i ttcn to convin co a and back, once a w eek. A arrive at fH olnl s V alley next day 6 P m "
pay it except Cions eofl.d botlaw, frool tIde Freho and tF,, .'.: papers. few, else unconvinced, that th pupil of Gamalie! Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 5A. M. 2473. From St. Josephs to Apalacwola 25 miles
p "JAitES t1. GRiEE Foreign Liter.ture i I ot with careful atten- was a wiser man than tile pupil of Plato, we shall i Arrive at Pablo same day by 11 A. M. and back, twice a week. [Proposals to carry
rch '7'. 18-t*f .' ti~oa. Or r oso :irc ss i u t lis depart ent are inexhaus- have do ue 'som thing very m uch to our satisfaction !aL eave P ablo every W wednesday at 1 P M in stages w isl be consigcr cd.
_................. ---ibii. German and French Literature Wvill be par- If POLITICS--by which term we have no rcferenco Arrire at Jacksonville same day by 7 P.M. Leave St. Josephs every eSunday and I.ed-
*" OTIC ,. 'All Persons I ,.;. _- ,I. t ids ticauarly noticed. This department is supplied by whatsoever to the strife of partizans for powevr and 2454. From Jacksonville to, Aandaria, 15 miles nesday at 7 A M
1_1_ against thoetc Sainmol 3f. D-:!, .. '.. re onn of tho first scholars of the Country. place, and pecunitry profit--if true Politics shall and back, once a week.c t Arrive at Apalachicola same day by 3 P -M
requested to present them properly attostcd, and those historical Sketches will appear frequently, and not suffe,-nor the commonwealth, taka damage by Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 6 Leave Apalachicola every Monday and
indehtcd to the estate will make -)p1vi0enL to thie Sb- caro will be observed to havo them correct. our labors, as wo trust, we may well be Tcontest, lcA.e. Thursday at 5 A X
scriber without delav.OLO ''O Biographi-Al Notices of prominent men, will form give no pledge--we make no promise, wo enter into Arrive at Mandarin game day by 11 A.M Arr~ve at St. Josephs same day by 1 r M
SLOMON LEE, Adn'r. a p,.rtion oF the reading matter of the Weekly Whig. no entavgltng From Pensacola to La Gae, 90 milts
8th June, 1,ii.-;J0.//- i is o0!r intention to furnish accurate wood cut poraries of. t New York Review, -we hold it to be Arrive at Jacksonville same day by 6 P. M. and back; 3 aoweeksla t eea aran 9b oats.
lik e ne sse s o f O u r n a tiv e P o ets th e d u ty h o w e v e r d o u b te d "1.s w e ll' a s t il e rig h t," 2 4 5 5 F r o m J a c k son v il le s aie A llia t b y a6 P e-. a n d b ack ; a e t ine ,, a o t oe ea i.ji st e e xbo at
^TO'r][C ,.--Ninety diys. from the dat,. hereof, Tio Drdnia woshalt tdhk under our special keep. however disputed, "of all Christian men connected 2455. From Jacksonnlle by Alligator, San Pc- Proposals are mated to ruu ily conyanex-
application Will be made to the lion. County aig, and while we shall endeavor to do justice to the with the press, to have and to utter their convictions dro, West Iill, Weelauna, and Lipona to a- tenl to Mobilewithavew to te eonveyance
'ofrt o Leon, for leave to sell all the real estate talented, we shall also closely criticise the wretched upon the great)questiou with which the public wei- hassle, 190 miles and back, once a week. [Pro- of the (Great New Orisans mail.
of saiv,. lateof d murders so Constantly comitted upon the stage, fare is connected ;"--and if in the'course of human posals to carry in stages, or in 4 horse post Leave Pensacola every i i i,3u.sy lay
-' I. !.. 1)! I.. l ..', Adin'r. Readings fur Children will be furniihod, with a events," i-t shall so bhfall that our little help may coaches, will be considered.] and Saturday at 7 A M
June.9 '39tf w wood cut_ ,. .i. accompanying. Our object here seem required, it shall not be withheld. In this de- Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 6 Arrive at La, Grange same d;!'ys Iby 5 P m
S--......... ........- will bo to interest and amuso the rising generation, partment we arc sure ofable assistance froul men ot A. -M. Leave La Grange every Tu-s,:ay 'luusday
"N OT ICE[].-Six mountls froln the date hereof, Tihe Music of the stage needs reftraatioI, and it experience as veH as of ligh t..llent ; w-o, though Arrive at San Pedro every Sunday by 5P. M. and Suturday ;t 4 A M
I shall produce to the County Court of Leon wi!! become or duty to point out, as far as possible, retired fiom the field of politicIl strife, when needed Andt at Tallalhassee next (lay by 5 P.-1. Arrive at Pensacola same day by 2 p m
'*onlty, my ace-ounts and vOiichers as Adinistra- several improvements which are absolutely required "'ill ever be first among tile foremot to lend a strong Leave Tallahassee evcry Thursday at 6 A.M. 2475. Fro Pensacola, by Bhtkeiy, to. Mobile,
trr-on tlie'Estt e f t'.s. late Joha T. Jhusoil, and by tho rapidly increasing :, .-ii:'. ., Iofthecomnu, hand tosave the republic. Arrive at San Pedro same day by 6 P M". 60 miles "md back 3 times a week in stages
pra}' to.be discharged frlom the administration there- linv. it In the cause of Literature and Science, we shall And t Jacksonville every Tuesday by 5 P.M. [Proposals to run in 4 horse post ii-s : also
S -" l'' 'JOHNSON- nTotlreLadit s twse have;a wordtOsay;-Wa shal rdwtwecanwihthebestiwemaybeableto 4 Fo Jacksorile, hy Vhitesville ,to proposals to run in steamboats, omtt.g Bike-
...... ~ ~ no forg.. "" ons thir clit to ret ;-bice fIsqen, andr eie I\was'le prcue tie au ak neawe.]' 0mles, wil! be considered.
1,Apil 16, 1 .i-31- ;onsW mo t freq en, d c To our Country's stock of Natualr Science, do wecngvie 77 mies and once a week.
April.. .. such attention as will please. WV are fully aware, especially hope to add ,ore than a mite by avIiling Leave Jacksonville every Saturday at 6 A. Leave Pensacol-a o ry Tu1.sody 'Pil lursday
i-~~~~~ ~~ Ili[_:-.l'.d. ..._,,_nqvq and Saturday at 3 r ,
S 'ttquli- to render or paper agreeale, we must receive ourselves of the peculiar advantages of our situation .a
...U f, ,l i- ..,, ,. ,., II '., ,.1 stameun.i the patronage and cnco'agoment of our fair friends, on a literary pcuinsula, stretching far into the Salt Arrive at Newnansviille next tay aby 6 P .M. Arrve at lobiene- days by 6 A
o"Jamos M.'Nixon; docoa.-od, ot tidsde.' couu'y. Wc shall endeavor to deserve it. by always furnish- Ocean, and po1ung farth iis oecan river of fr'sh wa- Leave Newnansville cvery Thursday at 10 Leaive MobFre i-oday ,Vedne-day nnc ri-
re.quests all noeisons haillg doaantds to pres:r t thle, *, somethigsuitable to their tastes. ter from its alh-ost extreme ocean boundary ;--a re- A.M day at 3 P M
properly authenticated within the tinle presorbed ^ 'ales of" engrossing interest will always b- found glen abounuling with ani.nal and vegitable lifb, vary- Arrive at Jacksonville next day by 10 P. M. Arrive at PensacoIa next days by 6 x x
lv Law or the' wail l ab,-rrd o'roecovery. Antl i~u! the V"eckly Whig. 1ig iu many ftaturcs froom the animal and vogitablie 457. From Ei',andin to St. Iarys Gee., 9 2i76. From' 1en*acua, by Ftorida town and
Persons indebted to saidl siat<, wi!l make imin' ii- Reviews of late publications, and notices of no- lifb of every other portiu) of our broad empire, miles and back once in two weeks. Pittmans ferry to Cvmnfbejlton, 120 itles and
ate pay.et to R L. clARI I -r. ves and ronanes, will be regularly givln. For ttbo Arts and Agriculture, Science and El to:- Leave rnandia every other Thursday ac back, onerc ill two weeks.
June 16 -31tft Thle Poetry we publish will be carefully selected, prise have dona little tor FloriMdi, of which to avail 6 A. -11. Leave Pensacola every oiher Saturday at 6
{iD )srtV ow' FToaw. ' and we have 'oi hand already several beautiful pieces ourselves: but should oar efortsArrive -t St. Mary's sae day by 9 A. ^I. M.
In he ai~rio Cort f Lvn C't,,.froul known writer,,, which we shall soon ip'ct lwe hope toldo soinothin,, for those iuiporrant, brarich-
In t. .. eso ot of Lena.ud sources 1.wealthant. Leave St. Mary's every other Thursday at Arrive at Cz-pbeltton next Tuesdaiy by 12 u
General Education will form a, prominent feature I D fffe n oro 'Wat n ooot
ta nnh Stewart t; "- in the W eekly Whig, and we shall constantly fur e d J s s r Arrive -it Fernandina same day by 2 P.M. 1 ,u Campbellton ^Gey other. 1 e Mt
oephStart. : i matter of-til first importance to parents andb ln m e rst n 2458. From St. Augustine to New Smyrna, 75 Arrive at Pensacola next Friday by 7 PM
-N~~b motioning 'li numeres Coepouiuant ofv the soiSooruacies ."
Emotion of the Compiaant by le Embellishments.' We have several capital wood dFlorila in p.artieular. .niles and back, once i two weeks. Service ta commence; oi the Ist oi'July 1839.
O Jand for reasons appearing to the Court that the Iu tle cause of Education, both our duty and our Leave St. Augustine every other Sunday at 2477. From Key West, by Indian Key, to
deen1n toehSeati ntt fud il te cuits, and others now with tthe engravers, one or more IithcasofEutonbthurdyador
defendant Joseph Stewart is not to be found i. of which may be regularly expected in each weekly inclination will insure our untiring exertions to do 0 A. M. Charleston, niiles once a month, in boats
-o,. of Leon. It is ordered that tie said Joseph number. They are mostly from original designs, all in our power to promote it. Arrive at New Smyrna next day 1,>y 6 P. M. or packets. [Proposals to carry oftener will
ants bill of complaint, on or beadn re the twid y-sev- and willadd muh to the value of the paper. TER1S.--The Magazine will be published Serni- Leave New Smyrna every other Tuesday at be considered.
enth-day of August (laxt,'otherwise aI. health g wilI, Commercil. We have a person employed, who .Quarterly, on good paper, 96 pages octavo, at the 6 A. M. Leave Key West on the 1st and Charleston
ben~ hdon t ats ciarg3 d i said bill, and a'deere for a long time has been engaged in procuring coin- Courier office, by imtni & RIcutDSOX. Price $Z Arrive at St. Augustine next day by 6 P. M. on Ehe 15th of every nm.cith anci arrive at the
b a o tmerc.l intelligence; whois in every way competent, per annum, payable on delivery of the first number. 24-59, From Alligator, by NewvnansvillcSpring port of' destination with all practicable des-
passinhe sa c th indt hd a- nd wildvte the whole of his time to the New Editors of Newspaperswith whom we exchange, Grove, and MI, :,-,: \, to Seminole Agency., 90 patch.
,poured, and was present in Court. .York _1Iarlkets.' Under ouar cmeralcrial head will be will confer afavor'by p'iblishiwr the above. -"
I And it isfurther ordered that this order be pub,;- miles and back, once- in two weeks, '!478. From St. .4arks, by Key West to A-ew
listed once a week, until she said twenty-seventh dayi found full reports OF the Markets; Prices Current; Jacksonville, Feb. 15, 1838 Leave Alligator every other Monday at 4 A. York, miles and back, twice a month in
of Augfust next in tile Florida Watchnan. Stock and Exchange; Bank Note Table, and all OL packet-
ofer Augustate tox intes busnes Ftrida SVOtThHEaN COLLEGE.cets
.,igned) THOMAS RANI)ALL, Jadge. mau"rs calcuated to interest business men. OUTHER N OLL Arrive at Seminole Agency next day by 10 Leaw' St Marks on the Lst and 15th and New
I cerlifythe above to be a-true copy, from thuTi P. 3. Y Y ork on the tth and 24th o' every i.olilh, atd
cord. w perwaill lbe furnished unless the terms are strictly r HE COMITTEE appointed by tile Trustees Leave Seminole Agency every other Wed- arrive at the purt of, dfcstiiniaiou withi all lUiwl-
(Toe,) Tnois If. Duv.il, Cl`-' Orders tor th paper must beaddressed to the Pub- Jaz. ofilhe Souher .:S nesday at 4 A. -;1. cable despatch.
;I "6--8A~u l~shr, JA ES t; WILSN, at the Office of'teg the th, aolg :h(1 ol n dor the puhbi- Arrive at Alligfator next day by 10 P. 31.
tlishr, JAMES G. WILS a tants of this city, and of' this "em'orv, und the pub- NOTES.
A J,,M.'. *, ,1, County Court, of1fafl.,rson xoun.- tors taken frora the Post Office, unless post paid. izons for the establishment of the College School, al Springs, and liosseters Ferry, to Cherry Lake 1 hs bi' tbr rty Te
ty, foilcters dismissory on th estate ef the late Communications may be addressed to the Editors, dill enable tle committee to open i1 for the recep- m0 niles and back, once ill two weeks. rout, till sm, the mode of sbrice, d n: t 'l-
foklefturs~~~~~~~~~~~~~ien' ofmssr tiie thder esa. ofh.aewl nbIt on e oopni ~rterc
anhdasCooksev Esi. and sent also (post paid) to the Ofec of the Daily tion of pupils on Thursday the first day of February, Leave Alligator every other Wednesday at sin eah o. tiibiddr, sdouid be oic....m -
1'T1TOS. P. RANDOLPH. i'-hlig. ec-.suing Ii the new and capacious ".,,,l.d,,_ of M.r. 2 A. Mc. ted it
I Persons sending D.". *.. l paid) will be entitled to Carraras on George Street in the north part of the Arrive at Cherry Lake next day by 5 P. M. 2. Nu tropo.al will he csidered unless it.
July !8,'1S38.: 3- Gm two copies of thle ... ;It l: ll'iig for one year; 'or one city. Leave Cherry Lake every other Mondday at by acK'o'nipa:-'- d bv a guai r lg" itugly. ; 01,c
jOTlCI..--At tle next January term of Gads- copy for two years. March 3d, 1838. The committee have appointed the Reverend D. 6. A. M. or nore responsible persons 1 llr ul~owu:g
1^ den county court, the Administrator of Win. D. I. I L. Proudfit, a Graduate of Union C. 1!..- principal Arrive at Alligator next lay by 5 P. M. form iz :
Harrison dee'd wi! I present his accoets and vouch- A I)AB.B>. of the Colleg. School, and feel(,..,,i. ... h.. will give 2461. From "lla /assee by v-alubria, Quincy 'lfi zndersigned guaranty that
ers for a filual settlement of said estate, and pray to 7W" ICIIARD R. PILGRIM, grateful for the pa- satisfaction, nd Pleasant Grove to B *inbrid-e Ga. 50 'rlvs if his bid ftr carrying the ma! 'roin
be dislharged therefrom. Xltronage which lie has hither'to received, thinks TERMS OF TUITION. Ind back, three times a week in stag. [Pro- {o be accepted by the
...... J...I. ...I, 1 -. -.Gim it his duty to apprize his former customers, and tie ni depr t Or[rogr-ply reading, posasto ryorhorse ilb Pos-tina.iter General, shall ent-r Lao an obng,,-
.. ........ ....... 3u i generaly, that he h s recentlyqua rt 3 3 Leave T allahassee every M onda \Vednes- tiOh prior to vt e l .A dl 'y of *next, w ;thj
S11par'ior Cou~rt, .11. D. ,-lhr) Co. ill noth a verr quartero',4~ifi. t i uiogodadsfiietsrie,t eflrntesr
John 5. Palmer, A Attachment ,19, G9 da.-n- l1te ort & restlr ge of the very best iaqulitv, Reading, writing, and rudi ents of Aritlhm -. day, and Friday, at 5 A. 31. g 6n surhcie,, sareies, to icrlbrm the set-
S s ages ..,," 00. beidesmanyfancyartes suitab t tstefgraphy, 54 Arrive at amnlridge same days by 10 P. M. vice propose.
Jamer. Williams all fashionable Gentlemen. Hlis assortment has Reaing writing,- Leave Baribrid rher' Monday Wednes-" Dted 138
tati) clocutio n, an dl oth er E english studies, $5 T hi L eave: lb y;b id + ilerv c,,on day, Aee~
T.r. T E Defendant and all others concerned, are been almost entirely purchased by MIt. John R. Lu- Classica Deplo cutio th Ia and olc~G rih deek 8 day, and Friday at ;3 A. M : T hi.s!sh(,hld be ec I ,. ,.,by notified that suit has been commenced o f..n, ol New-York. Class, pa, Arrive atTallahassec same days by 8 P. M of a Postuie r, or gt.tor t q -in .i nt t,.espti ony,
as above by attachment and they_ are not~ifed to ; ,,Tailoring business will be carried on at the eh With Afmobrra, geometrv, surveying, an I 1 2462. Froan Tallahassee by Magtnolia to St. ntlu e g oor me n guarapty.
come forward and plead to the tcclaratioid old stand, and conducted under the firm of' -
JAM S M SCTTother higher branches of' iathicnaices, ;lull tile
Attorueyjbr l'^^.Wi PI I I &I L G H I UDIN GTON, natural sciences of chemistrv, optics, astronomy, [Proposal to carry on horse -r: r;r bl^ w
July~~~~~~ l1 88. Gf it order that they might be enabled to flourish &C. ";I0 will be considered. nocepio a lealw(d avrfod
Ji their Work according tothe most approved execution, Persons who have or may hereafter subscribe for Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday Thursday contractors, rail-road copaminics or :my other
J-'-OBBN t. DSrAiL, At.tern'.y 'et [-w, is scfie:'-! {'st *rate workmen have been cmp-oyed fi'om the support of the Co!lefe School and who plce and Saturday at 7 A. M. ompaniesor pscrsils wh!ttte(er.
Nauthorizedto receive all debts due the estate" of tie most fashionable establishments in tlme city of; their chi in it, will be credited with t,; amount Arrive at St. Marks same days by 10 A. M. .Tie distances, as statedin this audvertise-
due~~~~lelt are Ieiee todrl ill it,:)ta\ wilcorrect;wil toimo a t
R. H~alsey dec'd. All persons indebted, are reqaiest- New-Vork--thus enabling to compete within the Tai-\ paid on tlieir sub.cr'ip'.ions, iii payment ol tuition at :Leave St. M, lrks every Tuesday Thursday. lnutl he bidel'rv \ya ilben su)tini:msly corrht ect;
e a to make immediate payment or suits will binnsti, lors of the Northern cities. They eel asa.:d that' the established rates, ;,d Saturday at 4 P. MM.
toted. their fellow-citizens, will give to them a portion of JO S EI)H S. SAN C IIE Z, ) C m it e A ". A rrive at T alla-h aissiee same* days b y 7 P M its no nierea'sied pa. W .i be al!h^ w' VW M. A. GUEST. A/m.'r. of their custom, arnd thereby enable them to give such FRANCIS GU F, ~i T rustees &.1 '. 2 .From Tailahassee by B arty's ml~dls, M en dlfl;'renace- w hlen thu places are na medc correet-
R. fliLsT<:. wages, as will ensure the services of men, capable' PIETIUE SKEN S MI[TI. ; ute c tieello and Groversville, to 8 harps Store, 70 ly. ,
Tallaha~see. Dlee. 16, 1837.- -5-tf. ,ot furnishing work in tie very best style. Feb. 17, 1S3S.- 14-tg ] miles arid back, o uce a week. 4 The schedules are arranged s as to al.
S-IC-ARD ;ILGIM, ; y Lev Tu.,a,,ssee every Thursy.t i r. I. low seven minutes to ea('h post orhc,.'fur op/,!-
.'fTIE.-At the next Juary Ter of JOHN R.-LUD GTON. 'S -I...... Arrive i3' Stoe ned by __ g e cig s tlie, *d on hoIr
Jl Gadsden County Court, the uudorsigaied Ex.. 'lailahdssce,Jan. 20, 1t3J8-10-tf I Vcgofalta )si~imoi;.rv ]3alt]am!. Leae Sharps Sore everto Satrda at!-bu~i p4s ofP.. ;. "u tleP
,'e. dc'dr ofteltwil'l prsnt hertaccontsofnd :,-oPctes ,,r ^, rvr"tTTIIN STR E.V asThe repay ta~tn of wi, hh, Zas b~ecome -slablished i r'et~- master U-n,.r;i! :-.** ,.x!,:,d ;.h,.. t~mn o e. e-, il rsnthr cont ndvuhe .W C. 1H~c l K .. the most safe aad. ? remedy erver li^.+o. Arrive 1 at ^ ^ Talahase every lionda hyenw 12 Ih. o',..o
for a-final settlement of said estate and prhy to be i ^^I Subscriber having purchased cf Mr. J. J.. ered for InJlIena, C.,.',-- r..ld., Aat,,a, Whoop- i* 2404 Froin "lzlhase by"< BaIesos/,ig iee ten .sl,- Girc nom- a ltors.
Sdischargcd from any ,%rther resi~onsibiniiy thl'erOa. _^ ^ Barg his enir S c e l 1Otlhlia ingf Cough, 5'1Utr,^ .' I, ,. and all a/ectins ., of 3!icosueead uke ^il to Aocello, 45 seihenih, aud aht~r the roLlt", iie".lI /'t'(I,.
NNE POTSE'x.n ^i S &^.l g will keep constantly on hand at th Lunos*, '. mie an bac onc a wek .o'v ... inraeocm~:tcifr*y;id,t
Of"Jcsse Potts Sen. i h oh1i stand, a. full and complete assortment of'eve- yB^tIS 3Iedirie has beon used very cxtensiveh., Leave 1Tallahassee every Tuesdav at G A. M. rat Inreaeoeoui~n s:_tid n r- or*m rluy ^d ,t.J-,
Quincy, July 14-3-6:.-G. ryart:l in his line of business. B and th:.. Proprier'or lhas not known~r a single in(- Arrive at 3!ontieello next day by 10 A. M. al, seric reqir d^.^ cu '.r a. uv i,'cai, speef
,^ ._ __., t FI -. -stance in which i't has failed in giving relief in dis- Leave .Vonticel!o every W wednesday at3 p. a. hen the eli'ploymlent 0l ,ad.dit~o~lU s-tock or
-' ^TO'IE.--At th ne "xt spring" term of Le'on i- Garmenlts of every description assfor which it is recomnmended : cveu in cases Arrive at Tullahass,'e next day by 7 p. Mt. arrssrededncsry
i~tyor. Isal} m .o -',}nade to order with despatch and iu the most fashion, approaching to Consumption, attended with bleeding 24165. From 'Talta~isswee by Manuiugton, and 6 Htie Inay di.scontmnue the serve" or curtail it
9 hrs an payc o afnl a hei^C~laryfor l able3 style. at the Lungs, and where all ether remedies hiad failed, Duucansviile to Thomasvlle, 40 miles and back at a I"ro raa reuc^o of W~: ."""i n 'r hie
F.iu i-u .o~-. ri-u R.. GREN O'K Ily strict attention to business, and a desire to the most d,;cided and :! ,,i. ,.i.._' success has attended once a week. shall consider ;t expedient to do so, he allowing
^-. ,. please those who may favor him with their custom, its use. Common Colds, which are ." .1I, tlie eaeTapip'-llailrssec ccry-Tuesdayx at'" 5 one miths.xr a nl< aon is'rfc
Juy 12h-56.!he hopes to receive .a sharec of public patronage, effect of obstructed perspiration, will ymied to its in- i Arri;ve at ThomasintK-le same>. day> byi 6i P. wt
S[X[,OIS&M Ak;'a;O N- W A ^(-'f iD 1, ,21;: 0). L. CARL TON. iltuence ia a few flours; when used in -.t.tim~a-- Lev:o a vle v r~ id y t A M 7. He ,nay imrose fines for allure-to take or
S~~~~~~~~~~~~~ HA tselis htffy-w .n fCt *'y 2 88 .~f oarseness, \ ....,.., aud shoeraine^ of breath, it ] rien Tallaihassee same day by 6ir I<'V' 1l~" '''^P1'o 1Illl;ta l'..t
J .ton, +f~the estate oi Charles B hack, of the crop j I [ N I A I l FP ~ IIOB I1 A slee n whooi^ n g^ eoJ gh it s wZith ta riw" ; F on Q y t ok o freg t O ic h'l s r^ b ^ a hsid o
ofl883t, were brought to ''llasa, ,andlIh'aye! ^ I dOIICishrbgvetoheuscbrsoteItperate b genleexpetoratio, a'ndaybegay- i tiles and back ouce a week, rot ; tB sut^i-; the^ !o'i tobujrdwt
received A ccouint-S ales ot t rot" t hiirty-tour ; any rin I B c' r> i i 4 ]i* L e v Q u T p iv n cyif ev er y Frid ayi *at 1 T t, l otls or "*e**trc~ e di ; i;.r ip'el+s ,ifr r n cg lect! i e to
fomaio of the, mime in iwl~ th, ote en *te {i i 11 Stock of this Bank, that thejirtitle papers hay- en to intants with perfect safety. J- fomtbnotheaneun hc referred for~'tn exmnto tc. Chre !l.^ Da.P ont^^ Th hap cobiato of vegetable substances, Arrive ait Reeky Com'fort same day by ,3 p..M. P^ei'" :')V other/ si .'L *l", ._ f the coni..r:t.ct
bales W ere dh ..,..:..,:..l o :, will) nbe 'tha~nkfiilY, .., nr receiveded ]:so When rep orted u~on satisfactorily, M ortsaires of w which it is entirely com eosed arc peculiarly a- L eave R eeky comfortt e wery F riday at 8 A. M cud. m ay, exact .a forleitur..) of. th.,- p '. ., oi .th~e


P. n.t.I o .unicatewith IL u and Bonds will be sent to the parties for execution, daptcd to diseases of tlhe Lungs, Liver and Stomach. Arrive at Cuiney same day by 10 A. Al. trip, whenever dtc t irmp as lost, ore ueailarrives
P. -t,-- Y. '1 "- to Monni' ats wit. h me upon JOHN PARKHILL, Cashier. Certificates andfull directions for use, accompany 2467. From Quinw bv Chattahoochee to 0- so nhr behind schedule time as to lose .onncx-
.t.hi ,, -1.-f "d "ll .. 3March 10, 1838,-17-tf. each bottle. Sold by cheseo, 30 niiles and back, once a week. 8. He may annul the contract for repeated
NVADDEL, RANDOLP1 &- LEWIS. Leave Quincy every Saturday at 6 A. -n.
A=ND LALD Jan &7- 1E IS Lev -nyevr audv t6.. failures to periburi any of the st~ipulations,tfor
.. -. E .-'.., ns indebted to t.e. .. A T. Jan. '7 -tt A arrive at Ochcssee sam e day'by 6 P. M. f u s to At.r ge a o r whe requ i red,
OT- r. I \l... 1t -PF&AV1D LEVY, ATTORE;y aT LT,,w, will attend L Ochessee every Sunday atcarrier when require,
S J..' L -% r, dec. oil book account _Blt promptly and faithfully to all business entrust- I TWslS^ INDIA-N'S PAkNAICJ.A. e. afr violating the Pest OyTice law 6.r disobeying
rQthr-wisd, are requested to call -nd discharge tl o hie care in tile Courti of East-Florida, and in -BOR the cure of Rheumatisnm, Scrofula or King's Arrive act uincy saie day by or P. s sanme ;. arid all those leaving demands will present i Court of Appeals. a cont246S Fromu thse, byo col, se nt of the
them forettlemit leth subscrber.' te ) i Evil, Sciatia,_or Ilip Gout, Ineipiant Cancers, 2 ru anrdeb olon hta- theonstract ionsof 'the prev irouscic nt, o f' tsilen
them for etlemont to tilIe subscriber. Tallahasse, Fob. 24-1 6-tf Salt Rheum, i and Mercurial ssesr hoochee, and Fort Gadsden, to Apalachicola, es- Postrast Gen eraol
J.'RICHIARDSON, Jr, Adum'r. tiiae 1109e^b** miles andl^ bak twc k otatrGnrl
-July 28-3748. ticularly Ulcers and aainifl afftections oftlic bones, Prooalt ca0 i neS a td boat, t re i niee. 9. If the contractor sliall run a stage, or oth-
'"uly ---37 ^'-t8"* ~aISOLIUTION. Icerated theoat and nostrils ; Ulcers of every de- [Profosals to carry in Steamboats are invitedt:h
--.rTOrI ,--Si wee Tafter dat, T hHE co-partnership heretofore existingunder the scription, Fever Sores, and internal abscesses; Fis- also to run 3 times a week: also to run by the er vehice,,inore rpidyor oreirequetlythn
OrtICE J Six weeks Con te, I shall apply 1o T firm of IcRaeny & Hawes is this day dissolv- tulas, Scald Head, Scurvy, Biles, Chronicsore eyes, way of the St. Joseph Depot. 1w is required by the contract to carry the mail
totlc Juge f~th- CuntyCour oe'Leo )tie shall give the same increased celerity and
Codo tters ofb Aniron ot Ete All tnmutual consent. All those indebted to the Erysipelas, blotches, and every variety of Cutane- Leave Bainbridge every Monday and Friday re to the san t increase t
,.. t o t dn tI sirmn either by note or Book account, are request- ous affection; Chronic Catarrh, Headache from at 4 A. M.
*** of Samuel 11. IHod'son, deceased, on b-.hali! of the sai I frqec to* th mal, an witou inres ofi 1\ i iT ,,.,,,, .finoe
.C heir- l";of sa aidl VsIt. JOS. RIca oaR N\ Jr. l ed to make immediate payment to S. F. HAWES, who particular causes ; pain in the stomach and Dys- Arrive at Apalachicola every Wednesday and compensation.
. Tallahassee, A. ,i f18,--40. "t1 is fflle authorized to receive all debts due the firm, pepsia, proceeding frem vitiation ; affections of the Sunday by 4 P, M. 10. Contractors on stage and oacb routes
and give discharges. Liver, Chronic inflamation of the Kidneys, and Leave Apalachicola every Monday and Fri- shall convey free of charge all agents of the de-
N I'OTI[lICE. i The business, will hereafter will be continued by general debility, caused by a torpid action ot tile day at 4 A A partneut upon exhibition of their credentials;
i.AIX weeks after date I shall apply to the. /1on, SAxt-Ex, F. HAwrs. vessels of the skin. It is singularly efficacious ill Arrive t Baiubridgp every Wednesday aud also mail bags and Post Office blanks.
;' t~ F Ju.ig ,..{ the CountyCourt of Leon,for let- )D. McRAENY. rennovating those constitutions which have been Arrive at Bainbridge every Wednesday ndstae and coach routes
"-r. ,?" administration on the estate of Nicholas! S. F. HAWES. broken dowu by injudicious treatment, or juvenile Sunday by 4 P M shall ii the conveyance o"f passengers, give a
.- ,in.,-lir,l, 1.i of said county, dec'd. i Tallahass3R, April 9th,-22-tf. irregularities. 2469. From Bainbridge by Browns Ferry, Ma- preference to those who are brought in the con-
GEORGE BLETHEN. a Notice- . In general terms, it is oecommended in a'l those rianna, Oaky Hill, Holmes Valley, to La Grange necting mail lines over those travelling in any
",* Auz 11.1"a.'1.2-'y.-"-.v6L o ce. diseases which arise from ira purities in the blood, estimated 90 miles and back, 3 times a week other; so th1at cornectin mail stage routes
-- -OB'N P. DUVAL, ATTORxSY AT IJO,,avill or vitiation of the numors, of whatever namc or in stages. Proposals to carry daily in 4 horse sothl e brm sontinhaot s travclling lines.
T1.... 'OTiC'-S\ weeks after date I shall apply attend the Courts in Middle Florida, and the kind; Post Coaches, with a view to the conveyance Onroutetrt
I .,, I,,: iI.,,,. J .Jge of the County Court of Superior Court for Jackson County, West-Florida. Some of the above complaints may require some of the Great New Orleans mail will be consid, in states, and the present contractor shall be
,- Gadden, for letters of Administration on the estate Oct. 28-50-tf .. trifling applications which the cir'mbtanees of the Z5p.
S' of Ei-jih W. Sweat, deceased. J. 11. RHODES. ease, will di.ctate ; but for a general remedy, or Pu- superseded by an underbidder, who may not
: -Augast 25,- l-t6. .1 K.'[OB[NtOf, 1 rifieator to remove the cause, 0HE IBDII NP S.CEA Proposals are also invited to carry the Great have the stage property requisite for the per-
.-.. .AS rem moved to th" h Eastern and Southern mail, in water proof car. formance of the contract he shall purchase
*'--OTI C E.-Mdi- h.1I. 1[,.i, ,,- J I..ji.Baker Johnson, Esq. corner of Monroe and two The above valuable article just received and for riages, constructed for that purpose under the from the present contractor such of the stage
t h f.:.. rL ..i...... n ... S hundred-foot street, wherp he MAl.y2 z. 1Lw-Iys found 'sale by STEWART & BARNARD, direction of the Department, with only three [horses and property -s may be suitable for the
'- absence frrOi 'r Tirr":T.,. un V,' COOK tuless professionally engaged., Genera! Agents for Miidle Florida. passengers, on the outside, or in a separate service at a fair valuation, and make payment
J.tl." 3 --T ., ..- '" March 1--..'f 'I,' M..',lS37. nartrner.t: also, to carry said mail 9S a greater therefor by reasonable installments, unless the


-r--.rlt c:,ntracior s-.hill coninue t6r riuritiig6ws'
( i Ii r- t'r,..l,, Should they nuot 'eere is to the
suitableness of the property, the .terms; oK (he;
s:,curity, each may choose a person, who. may
i appoint a third and their decisio-n shall be final;
or the Postmaster General will i a e the um-
pire. This will be made''the condition of alry
bid under that of a present contihiftore; and
should the underbidder fail to comply, his. hd
will be offered to the eontractoT ; bu'tshould hei
decline it, the proposals of theoundt rb dder will:
STe, accepted unconditionally. ".' i
13. h Postmaster General is1proh,l i[(d tiy
law from making contracts for lthe ira nsp.orta-
tion of the mail with any person wh'o shall ha've
entered into any combination, or proposed to
enter into any combination,'to'prevent thema-
king of anybid tbr a mail contract by any oth-
(-r person or persint!, or who shall lihve made
'.ny agreement, or shall Lave given or perform-
ed or promised to give or perform, any consid-
eration to do, or not to do, any thing whateverr .
to induce any other not to bid for a mail con-
tract.
14. On port coach and stage routes where
that kind of transportation is sometimes difi -
cult, proposals will be received for carrying the'
mails on horseback, in wagons, or carts, tor a
specified number ofmoioit]s, wceki or days in,
each year ; trot no dispensation of pest coach
or st.0ge. service will be tolerated uj'ess it be
stipulated for in the proposals and embracedin
the contract.
15. The proposals should be sent to the De.;
pnrtment sealed, and endorsed. I Mail proposaja
in the State of ," and addressed to
the First Assistant. Postmaster Gc'era!, S. R.
Hobbie. AMOS KENDALL.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT,
*June 4, 1637. 32-tl2.
17DUCA".'TOJN.
WTf Trustees of Quincy Academy;
take pleasure in announcing that the feniale
department of tle institution, is new in successful
operation, under the superintendence of Miss Hort,
assisted by Mrs. Snell. They have also made an
..'.. ,.,.iI%;i T *l Piere& ,(who is adv::ntagaouF.
.. u l ,' ii nT 1 l 1... c.. ,nd its vicinity.) to occupy
a place in tlie lnstitu.ion. From tihe talents and
attainmenti of tho Instructrvsses, thi Trustees can
..Fely guarantee that every branch of Female Edu-
cation, both usefuI and ornamental, will be taught
.. 'Ii. ;i : ili ty .
Tli-f Male Dep;.rtrncnt under thle superintendence
of Mr. Harris, is a!so in successful operation.
Board can be obtained in respectable families upon
reasonable terms.
BY THE- SECRETARY.
Q iincy, G idi-len Co'y, FIo. May 12-26-tf

-9.-UST REVEIVED by Brig St. Marks, an a,,.
W sortinent of F a ji:, l2iyti.i of this best qual-
ily, from tle liat:;s I jO',.tioins. Summer Goods,
Crap"". BrEwn aund W1 hil0 Drill. Bun' C,-i,,i. if-0
WVIite do. PILGRIM & LUDl'I-;.'l UN.
April 28,---24-tf. .


Ji. II. SC^'X",
.ATTORNEY .J COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
/-W ILL ",Itt-i! to the oft-arts o the different coun.
tics o Mi .1,;1-Fiuridu, and will also attend to
the colt.uction of all claims placed in his hauds for
;z;.t !>;,-po. 0 Oi2ce atl MonticTllo, Florida.
.\!'i-.i h 1--16-,if


JO(N C. JACOPI,
Cabinet ('hair & Sofa Maker,
First Premium Cabinet Maker, ofNewo York,
late from Columbus,'Georgia.
.Rb E4PECTFULLY lifoms the citizens of Tal,
JAlk :lahassee, and of the Territory of Florida gen-
,rally, that Le has pernianently' located, himself
in tlie cityoi Tllahassee, for the purpose ofmanuface
during Calini Ware in all itU4 bran:li-
"*, and assures tile public that it will be to their ad
vantage by giving orders here instead of importing
work from the Norih, as the style and workmanship
wiP not be excelled by any in the United States.
Those who are in want of furniture will do well
not to order from the Nortll, as the subscriber will
be able to supply all demands in a very short time,
as sooP as materials and workmen arrive irom the
north.
References-Gov. Call, R.J Hackley, E. Lobck'
erman, R. Hayward. W. H. Brodie, Capt. Brown
A. Alston, Col. H. W. Braden, Win. Lester,'dapt
Levinus.
May12--26.tf. ^-;


-OOK & JOB PRINTINdO, Pronp
tly and Neatly Exweuted at the)Office of the
"WATCAIMAN."