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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 17, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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:!; .oricUaa; i is: published every Saturday '' -k

annum,.paid within the year,- -
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n1t VTvi'''"If raid in actance.rtwR blundered Mar a she crawled into bed-\ -
'ins rtcd One Dollar THEFIbJI bEtiv. won't
fl ,' NT1I t per square I IAtI"t b to him, no I won't, a great\
ho: or les.". for the first: insertion and fiftyes's I Irlf'rh'f stingy puppy!"
in ertion. Advertisements
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equrnt
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for iith the number of inseitions required, Mary's mind .made u'p Jeptha was decided .

;lit """ until' forbid and charged for. to break off till Wednesray. On Thurs

r11, he continuedBr the Edlor' OD business conoectt'd wiiiInent "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." day be ascertained might bo

..u..LetterS. estabh.Iobt 1USt be poll paid. I I bought for a dollar-on" Friday he wished ho J I

: m T Qa QQ CSWDaa1BlrQ could only get spare time to sea Mary-- .
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AUTHORITY.STATES IL1LAWAG:2SUBmi: j
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a i u: nJ CDLQ '1'aaaQe I Saturday he determined t logo back again-oq 'l'

: "SITED PASSED AT THE SECOND SKS- B ache, of the Engineer Sunday night be looked through the shutters

t4w3 (lr II TOS OF THE EVTT-rOCRTH CONGRESS.! the harbor of the Delaware corpsfor Breakwater mooring, two buoys thousand in- e examination and trial be thereof (if ceSr) said improTcments fiance where an unlucky vest button was the at the house Mary'.s father, and saw an oh) )
deemed
far dollars. shal of respect t "undoing" man. He was a visionary in rival of bis sitting beside the tailoress, '' l
.CT making Appropriation: building light- STATE }mproving lighii: Pr\'ide.the right to adopt said Ill '
# Jrht-bra's, bellron-ll hts, buoys, and tlolycar !- For a lilit house OF MARYLAND. i n.pro\'ements in the light light boats of the money matters, a schemer in things appertaining go in and aak her for that apple," thought t I P

......,'' .\hC one thousand eight hundred and in the Chesapeake! On bay a proper five thousand site on Sharp's dollars island for, United States can b obtained on terms which the secretary to economy, a shaver of flints, and almost aloud, "and if she'd eat it she shall| I (
shall
r'r"nVn' d l. bv the Senate: and House of Repre- placing buoys on the rivers Nanticoke Monokin, An- ArrRonD deem March reasonable.3d )1S3" collector of rusty nails rag, paper, and all pay for it, it's worth two cents to day!" Ho
,
of ctc thet'mted Staes: of Amejica in Con.ifinbVd n messcx, Pocamoke. and Wicomico, Hooper's and the et cetera which are convertible into cash.Fn stepped without knocking into the entry. bul{

l, That the following appropriations Cojey the i sum s siraiics of two ,thousand and Tangiei nnd Pocamoke sounds AN ACT to authorize and sanction the sates of reserves his earlier years he was remarkable for the a hearty laugh within arrested his hand alrca

f"beiaIJLtf A |, same are hereby, made and directed to be did to a former appropriation five hundird dollars, in nd- ; provided for Creek Indians in the treaty of i indefutigability with which he treasured up dy on tbe latch. "So you sewed on his butt

nut of My moncv 'n l'ir! Treasury not otherwise house at Lo ; for erecting a light:; March. twenty-four, eighteen hundred and thirty- such small notions nnd his I ton gratis. Mary did
pa rialpd. to enable thc Secretary of the Trraiuliy \c Point, in addition! to the sum hcrtofjrc two, .in certain cases, and! for other parents predicted jou/hel I be anwhere's .

'rprP: "fIviJt contract, for building! liht-Ix wle", appropriated, one thousand dollars. Be it enacted by the Senate and House purposes.ol Represcntntives for him wealth and influence. the apple?"

') II)P!11..11'5' for other hereinafter STATE OF VIRGINIA. of the United A his Jeptha stopped to hear On .
2,((1D' ; and purposes men For the Slates: of America in Congress copper never slipped through ringers no more, tha
pollfdl erection of a light house on the south end of assembled, Th-it the Pre-stdcn' of the UnitedStates except on holidays ar.d then he would not morrow, a little girl brought him a package
STATE MAINE. I Hog island, on the Atlantic five ihousand and he is J
dol-)
coast may, hereby authorized to, cause al. beak rolled in
half bit. Articles a cabbage leaf and tied with
bus for a fourpence basting
l> crfctc<* on a I ; a light boat on York River the penny 1 -
lisl'i-10"1'' to 0 proper *itc on spit, or a light rescrvesbeoningto the Crcek Indians by virtueof 1
.,ak For| island a I, UI Htrppwtll! sound, five thousand
foralic'-t-housetobcerectedon' a proper site I I honse at Old Point Ccmfoa into Fortress Monroe, six eighteen hundred and thirty-two, whch shall remai barter trade, and when this was impossible he elor's button. And a bachelor's button ha 1 -

j iM-iunl De'crl! island, .t the entrance of Frcnch-t thousand dollars; for n light house nt the Chesapeake unsold on the fourth day of.ipril next, to be a parted with the needful as reluctantly a sin- has worn ever since. : 4
M thousand c'olars!: for eifjit thousand dollars; for a light house at Day's : public auction the Creek a i
I l&y. fhc ; a Mglit-huu&c on in country ; after giving iteastsixty t
.n' lets life. Six
l point, on J amr.s' liver fixe thousand for"a t ner go his hold on cents and a
Island tit tit'. mouth ofDamriseoui river. five dollars, days nc.tilt of the Mme, place and terinsofale I
iUn.Jtfsair d ,11\1 i tor a f g-W, on Sepuin island, nt theIsranrc lifeht boat or light::: house in the J otomac river, belwccn s in the public prints, and locate patents to be issued I quarter, or twelve cents and a half, were never INFIRMITIES OF GESICS. ,

: (II J Rtnncbcr riM-r, fifteen hundred! dollars! ; Alathias: point, in Virginia; nnd Maryland Point in to the purchasers of snid reserves. I expended by him fo less then their positive A touching illustration of the infirmities of \. .

;ir p.'acins!: /-'""}'* on %Vcs! CiutdclJr uty; and for suVtitutinj the Stale Maryland ; Provided (,n inquiry, the Ser 2. And be it fuither enacted That the Presil actual value, (for he said-"4 per cent. on genius, lately appeared in the columns of one .
ort the j
Secretary
'Ot LIP' pwcnt fo -bell, at thc cntranc'1, of Treasury shull deem such light no- dent of the United State ma, anl he is hereby au of the New York .
a dollar is much lose. I He would which t
.,$ tt\ U51111 p.I (,r01. hu' iflEreaSd: weight, one thousand: I that section of t ihc riser Potomac, ter thousand dollars and chiIJrfn. the o lawful administrator: walk the ice at the risk of his life, or row most melancholy picture of our fallen nature:

.:ehundttJ', dolla 6 ; fur a !IHht hom.e to be crt-rted f f\l' a n, w hsht boat in the Chesapeake bay, eight of Cieck Inui.ms who have dieJ, or who may die, prior himself over the river in a scow to evade the The recent coincidence oi events, which it ;'

tort 6rltfU 'j'l0I1 1 i l in l'cl1.LsC bnyfi\'c I IthoUI:1l1d t tIs I housatid' dollars ; for light/ house at the mouth of (the fourth day ol .IluI1l| next, without having legally 'rille cent toll by the law established.' and tie relates has been matter of considerable comment
lI/"rll! /: ; f)1 a hgh..house to be cn'clt d 011 oonac: : Creek, five thousand dollsrs.! : dispoMdofsfud rescues, and to teceivc time purchase in all the .
a haridkcrchjefabout his hat to it from public journals.All .
tlt.i.IaiiJ: J f"" ', "' P 'nobscot hay, five thousand STArE OF NORTH CAROLINA. I money4 or iuch portion of i as may not have S0\'e a
iolr fliT a ,u lit-hcisoiis entitled it, and to cause shower. He woul certainly be rich, everybody close observers of the literature of the :

;fpleswnir: .*"9!: t.,e ihoi'Miid! (Jolla's ; for pl.iem;: 1 sound, .he llousahd dollars ; Ur rebuilding a light,: I patent!! to be issued .I"..fur to tOe purchasers ; Provided was right once; he has, but his riches l last few years, must recollect with admiration -. .

jmnt .n F.irt Point Ic.I lge: Adam's I le.lg**, and! I I houM i-t Kvdcial, p.iinl? tie thousind d..ll.ns ; Tr a ; that sales mule by lawful administrators, shall he must enjoy alone- the talent for satire which a few years ago -
: Pcnouscot three 'light' hnitseoii Pea isiaud! five untied to a preference over .sales made widowsar.d .: ;
h.r.ICto fc'm; mer, thousand J' near Few inlet, thousand le by burst out in the of \Vm.
him writings J.
Snel-
"No wife lor I
furcie.-u' ft beacon liglu Mall'-tidc dollars for building shoal! children.
dlll-/ ;
jiH.!' ig:: on / a lghtllo.\tl\l! Long
jiut, -ot>iio) al out a mile and '\ half from the ill P.imlico &OUMO:, it n ihousand! dollars- Sec: 3. .ind be it further enacted, That the Presi- Confound the quotation we have forgotten h ling, Ejq. Boston. With a bitterness, perhaps ,

J&jvtn: in thecounty of Hancock, three ihousand :J! STATE.OF SOUTH CAI OLI\A. dei't iray, and he is hereby auth rizt-d, to, pay the pert I he rest out, but at any rate he is still unmarried deserved, but two severe not to make

o/lirs. fo> lhc! rcai"ii. ol a light-house on Yoiu ', For light houses! or !i I..ht boats in .the ml ts of Saint sons lJltkc.th"rro! thc iiii,n< y whu.ii may be received and likely to remain so. enemies, he assailed with unspairing the 1,
bic. m the cf, York fuc thousand j Helena and 1'ort t horn the puidinsei ol l leserves under the lrit pen l\
u county : dolars: ; I Royal: twenty thousand d.,liars ; for .ut follies and effeminacies which .
of the habit of
(fri m'inoincnt) in Potersfi ledge j lying between I Ill I ir, construction of five beacon") lights in Charleston > given in tLc twn priceding;sec ions, at such tunes j Jeptha, patient puisuance were then .
Cw'jhud: and Goose lltvir: point, and! n ; 'indlc on \j harbor, six thousand (dollars in addition$ to die appio- I I and in tucli amounts us he shol cetin best for the parties | I frugality, had, at the age of one and twenty creeping into the literature of the country, and i

ujtncr: !le-Le: 1 Iving nir the l'otlr fiecJ: lc
(tmssnd) 'X hundred, dollais.SI I be changed: : !, dccT.cJ cxp.-dicnl by the Scctttary I I I whole or any pail of said puidwsc monty M stocks, .l which i in his hands at the age of two and 'the good taste and solid genius of Amer
ATE OF :NEW: IIAMP. >; HIRE. of the Treasury. and pay toe interest to the pei' -ons entiiled:, in such I i ican writeis.
For tile er cu.n of a |.ier on lhe cast side of \\hllc-I'' TATE OF GEORGIA. amounts. ant in such lu.inner, ain his opinson. will twenty was doubled. He had for a long time .

lICk kiiB'lii-housc! to secure it from the force For a light! house cm the north end of Little Cum- be most advantageous I lor :hcm : Provided, that he been giieved nt the unnecessary! outlay for Readers of a still later day remember with

KIM ii ei tluusand ollars ; ter placing! buoys at bciland i inland! !, tight; thousand oo'.la'S: :! : for the el ec- may cause thc [II i tuJpul of the sum or sums 5" invest expensive provisions as he deemed them} the greater admiration, the improvisationes of _

Ufcntianrc ol Spruce criek on ilictRstcrn! crlse i>fi',j' :lUll of a tihgi house on the nonh end of Jekyl island, cd t b; paid to the pcisvi.sintiil-: iheieio, whenever I which he saw in his hoarding house, and was John C. Mossie, a poet exlemporc. speaking : ( .
ul.!Lel lorKs." unit at ihc cast IltlC Aniaztcn i isl8J l. l i ,-i:;,ht tlious.ui.1! dollars. For the placing\ of I ",..ys. and! he may think propei : Ami j pniviJed further h tliat the : baid. talents have been .
:!, flue uutidrid
xJi, near Fort Point lour hundred ilollars. I w irk secure and! tasy at ail:! times, ten thousand! dolls j ul.Hiions an I icstiiciious as the PreoiJeni may preIlcn.be. j 1 the saving to be effected in housekeeping, with wonder. Without any effort without pre- I j

hVA 1 E '..MAS.-AUliL'jSET; :::; : :::; :: TS. I For alight; house on S.ipaelo; : UUnd nnd for j-bcing I j i (clothes, mending and washing, together with paration he would produce the most glowing J _

For two '1I31 lijhi-iiouscs; should t""o" be nec saiypro I l I'uoysiuvJ b-aions at Djboy b lr, and! Sapaelo l-arfur j L Sec. 4. .1nd. he .t .urlicr: enacted, That it mar be 1 the labor that a notable wife would perform, thoughts dressed in the most elegant language -
r sitr*. at or IIflr Ij-swirh harl the f.f itavvlulfor tlc PitsiJeni ot the Ui.iicd Elates Ii c.itise
( \ })' irsmeii tliuutiil purpose a'c and secure all
Joiwr/ ; foi n lthi-h..ttst: to be trrud "n a prnI I to the city Laii..i! five thousand: ; entrance d Urs ;at fur Li times Hoaiing : I j( the sum ofO.s dt.li,1 and. t\\cn.y-li\e cents' per acre would make quite a diminution in his expcn- and the wonder at so much genius was .: _
_
r.oILC illtr I l near >("<]'. pi>mt, cciitiguous to the \'il.MuiUjxiisii ; light I !; t., le L .mUiortd t wiih.ii Alnrtin's 1 I Industry) ten j to be paid to the Crts! In'I.1I!, whose i.diiis were I ,se5. Accordingly he fixed his eye upon a only heightened at the consideration that it .
1
I;' "..t : 1 1 it, five thousand', dollar; tor three thousand d).,;I.tl,f:, ', oiuiiicJ to be el.terll ('T ti.c census roll ukcn. huGer : tailoress and determined immediately produced so little emolument. '
e3; I .!:;II1-houot'1l "n >aact beachCap Cod, fifteen t :TATJ::; : OF A GA DA M A. !I I the ti eaty of cighl< en Imudnd! a nd thirl-lvo, f nd to pretty) His The coincidence hinted at above i is the

lit:11111; ifn tnousa.nl I ull.ll5i I ; |..r the ciccti-in 01'1 j For |dicing; : ; buoys in the har'joi (if r.\Iftli>. &ix hun-/ i: those hUIt itanii! s apt car on said roll, but !or v\hom | to commence playing the amiable to her. fist that beth these the : .

'\'bft1oI" t Le wr..u nl.d 1 dg< sat the entrance of ihe i i1IJr..II'S died i dollars ; for the election of a'light;; house on :Sand: J j I'no Kn-ulions! have Otea ina
,JLvim, fcelcm! Uev.rly. :MatUchc.id' rndti' sand: (-O'ltcIuUJIc:: ; I'uiniten tlll.u ,alld dollars.: }| 'pto| er et mice, t hl ju.ty ei.liilfd to r'scrvations ; lady of the shears, and as Jeptha's roperty"had the other in New York, not many week

V .Cill'!> !, tw t.lI.usind: fi\e hunJied tJajlsi is. ; foiflf \' I STATE (ii.'-OH) 10. uidei: the pro\lul of said iraiy ; 1I\(1d. t.halhe become a matter of gossip among marri- since-became voluntary inmates: of prisons J
J Fals I MID sihus: payable: under thus s'cts.'a, may : invest-
AJudre Hutu's
uiK'json ledge, For
; s.j.it avoid
( light:; house on Turtle Island: at the C4itr.\nce to the temptation the too successful
tllom Is. 1 td in stocks UOII the sanic tenr.s and! jnditiun, and agcahlc damseN, these approaches were by .
.ind Icde. lc J Govcrnr ,
*; Sculpion < ;p, of ;\i anilice !bay, III Lake Eric ;;
cijihi; thousand lais! temptation which buries all their
.Uanu: !ji 'int, ,itud Litilt; Faun liar, in iioslon hnr- j for a beacon light, on ulcer the sume uttul.1.i's nnJ rt&ti.ciion as art no means unencouraged. Jeptha went on powers in :: 1
1or.1l\1' )dr,.,UI<)llais ; for ercctir;' a beacon at the ct l the haibor Sandusky a proj bay l'Cr,site two near thousand the five entr..ii'-e him- I i |herein be fire prc&cuOnl .in itsjx.ci to moiuys piyable! 6\immincJ" for a few months, doing all his the filth, and loathsomeness of into xi catton. i

:' rt1o' .',< w' Bcdf-.iU li.ulor, two Uioufcand dollars: ; I I died doliars: ; f'Jr.1 hi iium liglii,: at or near .I\falhatl.il/! ,fuillicr undjr! the fit and second section!of ti.i-entitled act 1'rovi-under 'ccurting on Sabbath evenings, as 'that part of When we look upon the degradation of this 1 _
that tinnskr the
: : no by
ltIH.01d.e.lC -n the imrtli person ;
lights on side nt ..Nanjrc
f three thousand dollars ; tornddi! ion.il buov_ to tnaik j this section shall be valid. 1 his time could be devoted to no other earthly race-the proneness of the generous 'I '
); : is'-'iiu.: \c huQiiH1 dollars. Fur phicmg a the channel at the mouth of heartec
IP in the hailor ot Edgartown; and buojs! two II II1m and across Mauhcc bay, two the hundred Miami dollars ol Lake for Eri.u, j I :tC. 5. And be u luulier enacted. That, for time purpose -I purpose, for besides being prudent Jeptha and the possessor of brilliant parts: I f
wdrej tloi.ais. for Ir Lt-h""se ; of cair> ng into cllcci the provisions <.f the ihrte j withal and scend into its loathsome depth we almost _
; erecting a ut Wing'sri. light house oil tilt 5JUdi side of Cunningham island!, in was very conscientious although E
.1ie hoiiA.md dollars ; for buoys in the hailort'M Luke Erie:: three thousand dollars i niM. aecliofibof thus act,U c sun vI t"1 ihousand dollars with! |i he would not buy hay and sell on the Sab- loose sight of the image of divinity stamped "I
l (b i and tlc : ;
is together
[ hcre'.iy piopr.atd; ,
tUf>fisiti, one hundred dollars ; for bu ) s on :STAt:) E OF INDIANA! : ale our nature. We almost
bath upon give the .
i s-jcli-euin us be to effect the t tI he would savo time by driving bargainof up superiority
%rock, the ledge on the shoal on the west sue of I Fer a )li;ht I house at City West ha.bor, five thoui,lojrrth.section may thereof.nccesiary) carry Jat I this kind that 3 of our rank in the order of creation ,
Iiunion river opposite Pall river, cine hundred dol4i sand doilais: I on day. .
to
the 1 ,
: l... t oO1" ''f" p:. re called Egvpt, in. Taunlon Cll.", ....... tlir.--; complete...! J. I-..,. J.g-htl.ouse al Michigan I j\\r ArrnovEDMaichr.il I I l-*; I Things wore approaching crisis. In the c 8iJ vluuu scarcely any thing, human, over : _
nt: ;. out n i ,n ircd dul/.lrs./ t-jr a ueac-m on J\lu&ce I ; .A' for the most brilliant of
t Si'ATEOFLOUISIANA.
I : --- -- ---- --- j eyes of'hose who keep a register of such affair our species, but thq I .
I'C, and a lw.acou on O) stir t bed p."nt, in M.>UI. t For a beacon: lijjht:; at or near the southwest pasrcf: I 1 1l weakness of the ) fall _
.
I i Jeptha and Mary were already considered puma I
Erie ""\'. five thousand dollars ; for a hIa\-htlu.c: i l Vtrmillion bry, live thousand dollars ; fur crccutig n :::AUlDrgh But this
---- weakness
dlayo'loeJchVeUlcct Bay one thousand dollars I Ii' t as man and wife. One night Jeptha is not the most fatal of .
light; nouse at ihe pass between! Lalc; PoncUartrumnn CAT : AuE. I _
1 Ojoy at DcLp-hoie rock near Oyslcr \Island, on t
;.1 Ui side of BamstahV, three' hu 'drcd tuU! : HII 'j lijhl' ;! house: and a hoi.'se for the kccpr'if>:a St. WITH AS r.XPLANATlOX. I.SDLX. before the next Sabbath eve she would virtue*-the divine principles of love and con. .

STATE OF CONS: CCTICUT.I 1 scph's. island: in Lake liorgnc, twelve! tlu.Ms.tnd JO-1; I (TIle Cut duci'iirstlh, r-f the night.) j on a button. Oh that button!-that rascally Jew fidence, become infirmities, while, to all the ( _
For" rebuild'iig! a light hi/use on a proper sire, on I foi placing: two buoys al Doljihin/) .isl.nij piicm. two at It is tl r hl'ur-Ih.dewy hour, rest of the world the 'j J
:roe }'t'\nt. at the niouth of Connecticut rucr, file |pass ;\4arianimc, two at pass Cluistiiiu: and twoul lie- i \ light and fo.dcd: flow er, button was to make!- principle of selhbne95 I

:*... -
Btrry's reef Stun)' point reef, andVhrck.'b '' I Iiint hous'-s al the ci, tiancc of the hubor rccei-tly! j I ;Meuou.dliitl: ant lowed by their intercourse with the selfish _
>. ha''boi of Killingwrnnh! three hundred constructed on Lake I'onchartrain., at the c-inal 1 above I i and are esteemed virtues tj _
WJH for a ocacon already: commenced! Round ( ftr his ) I It had been Jeptha's rule heretofore tomend ns ,
o-t: ]New Orleans! twenty five thousand tllars ; for cueing :- ;! prowl 1! *lrus'flrc. IJ
The child
liiwjon, Say brook b.n, tifi cn hundred Hollars ; nine i itiacicu ; a hht house: on Lake Por.chartiam, in the n.ouih i See Tabby, from thy Gret llh his appatel. to save expense. Ic the : of genius looks upon the sem. 1J '

uiiliurh to mcei the < X'ies: (If the woi k ilS :, ot ihc. U..I you Saint John, un: tlioii'-and dolluis! ; hut I prayhoe end a loving eye, I[ habit himself of doiri2 nothing without con I j blances of love and fiiendship which h.tve ;

h% '1e. 'utl'd), the Inlancc to sutnplete| and secure !' lirf l Ipeii'on and! light houses at Pot I'onclmrtrain., in nd- And l.ar thy faith!tul Tommy sigh I sideration; he did not dream of having anything f I suivived the fall, as thouh they were true.of .
(: $ B 101 ,rai: in l unys on ll.o rocks in the h.ir- :I iJnion! Iplhoto the sum heittfforc appropriated t\\er- : :'oleiou: 33J
j paradis", over which the trail the
done for him without paying for it. even or serpent
kvelGiCCrittich! three hundred d.tlars ; f.r |ilacing'! i ty thousand: dollars. I! j
bl'tlllj: 'J!;OUC& t.arbor', ('tic hurdicd, dollars ; for a I STATE:: MISSISSIPPI.: : NowUeps the rno mlight on the l.ill!, by Mary and had departed from his usual has never passed. Uiged on by this mistake, j

!- ,o f'lestne the li;ht-ln, .usn, aiid. other but.tl-: For the erection of a light house a' ihe mouth of 'J li. wind.are hu.hrd, the wave are still, rule out of friendship for her, while truth he becomes the prey of the selfish, and mock- I I

ItsIn F cAII-\\Collhtf island, near Btack Ilotk; hdr.1'e j Pearl rner, in addition! to the xum heretofore ajj-ro- All silent, save. the buSbting iiilcauu. !,- I to say the recollection that she and what she I void of the hearthless. Before the paradise 'l

iJ- It| usandd..liars j jS'l I Iriatcd, five thousand! dolars.S I I of his j .
own has
had, would soon be his, had its weight with : imagination been entered by
Al'b.. OF U1IODE I:5LA: Oo | rATe OF MICHIGANI I" tan ) l
I (The cat imri'eth: lit mUtrtsi to a qiuf.) tbe
For a hpht; house on Pap.xisc Squaw |>ou.t, a pre: I Fur n light house'. on n propc r site at the mouth of him. He did not expect her to give him the tempter, or the spoiler be thinks all the t

"-tn; IHU below, tile ji'irt of Bristol, live tI. .u anJ i (Grand Ilitcr, five tlioiibaiid dolhus ; for a lilit house O And come I will'I'h JpreM in? across noMe the treat street, labor and expected that the price be paid her, world a paradise, and he fain would people it t j .

tars for !j'lncn & buoy and l><.a<-o.i on :::>outh I'' >at a proper 'itc. at luc mouth of Dcipiit) uver, fivethousitnd Of all that tabbies lore I t cat, would. like bread thrown upon tbe waters, re with the creations of his own poet). In his ,r _
1tit i" rock, and a b'ioy on Charles'! lock, nenr tl>e: 1 1 dollars ; for a light house Windmill! Island !- ( of _
pursuit an the celcs-a I
earthly to
\1 before
;
.( Wick ford one hundred collars! l.r rebuildtnndrhaging CJOU. turn many days. counterpart
tiior < ; { at the outlet of Lake M. Clair, five lhoiis.ind dolhuiis -
the location of the light <,n lilock !\I ; for eiec'ing a light house at the mouth ol .Sa: ::ii i- (Thc cot plcadtth Ais sufferings.) .After spending as much time in conversa- hal creations., he has the perseverance of tbo 7 I

and, fife iln.usand dollars for eight d.I"nfi| and I naw river, five thousand d.,llrs; forcre-tirg a liyhl 0 bid me not alone depart tion as fear of deranging his rest, and consuming 1 pilgrim's faith. Treachery surrounds him- .
1q buo)'!', north aid or Field's point, in 1'.o'JJcnceitf I house at 'Vll shancc Fox I hid sacrifices .4 j
AMnl thestiaitiiof treachery at
g ur on I f..elthe bu-ning tear drops star!- oil would permit, ho rose to go home. laughs -selfishness r
one thousand lolUis. I Michiliiuackinac: live thousand dollars ; for treclmg O sp'ak and heal a bursting heart "Here is said I despises his friendship-his love is returnee] :
Jeptha vest Mary-
YORK. ,
STATE OK :\1 LV: : I j a light Jioue nt the mouih of Kalamazoo five your ,
r.ver, %1 lt-aou. .
For.1\ !light-liouse
ri, ake Champlain, hc thousand dollnis ; forth j TERRITORY FLORIDA. (.7n il dtsi rlltlh his treat.) : charge inquired be. I fall upon eyes which are determined to '

''tttion of a li ht.house on a p-ojicr site at Split rock F"r a light house on the most suitable sue; at or near And we will have a co\vchat, I| "Nothing." I find no form or comeliness in them, and the j' .
r
] nl, Lake Chhamplain five thousand! dollars ; for j the cast: entrance from the GUlf of Jtfcxico: into Appa- For I've a vplcndM h.>uneh of rat, of his .
notes
'rto:ting: (,r double light upon the aoiuh kiJe. of Ex- /Uclucula bay, to be stleeud by the secretary: of f.c Jut cooked tos-Jit a Ifcdy-cat, 'I j "Nothing!!t that word was a poser to Jep. 1 sor.g fal upon ears like those of

:I hon roi-ks, oppot>.i.;e ::and'* pin', in Ling UlanJ 'l'rcasuryten t'.iousand! dollars ; for a light house at Mcaou. I i ilia, who had his: hand in his pocket fnger.I I the adder who not hear the yoke of thecharmerharm I ,

fid, five thoussnd": d'illars ; fur a light-house at Uij I! the entrance of JS't. Joseph's liar ten ihousjnd dollars I the three which be had to he ever so wisely. '
; coppers ,.
bd" Creek on La e Ontano, county of Jeff<:noD, : lor thiee buoys at the niouth of S't. John's ri'cr. one (SJOIttl! v'ty the cat! lort tl/ .) I' mg for the button. 0, thought he, she wants Upon such a prostration of his hopes, thE
pay m
1st i tlioub.md djlliirs! for hl-house I love thee for whiskered face
; a on Stony thousand dollars ; for buoys to maik the channel Horn thy ,
f3m":.. in (he town .Henderson, in the county of J e'bin '- I the eastern pass into Appalachicola! bay to the lu\\ n Thy tuneful puur, time untaught grace, I to sec what I'll give her. I'l pay her liberal. pilgrim up the bil of fame must he crushed Of .1. '

ihrci tli'"iwnU doll.ir ; fur buo) in;; out Ucd- of.'hl'a lacJllcola, one ihousand (dollars ; for a light; Those eyes of grctn-hat noiseless pace : j I And Ue put the whole three cents into her retreat. But retreat will not end wherebe j

|"J'cloan. I. thiec. thousmid c'olhtrs! ; for a beat 01'I i !'I boHl to be stationed at the noilhwcat p.issagc, lutlve Meaou. | hand! "There's three cents, Mary said be, began to ascend. Disgusted with men above .
tptscr! Creek harlior, on Lake Erie, f,ur th I miles: from \\' .
thousand dollars ;
> Key cstten l Ir but.ys whom be be fails
; (And ichy litlnttth l.ot.) in a tone half repentant at his own generosity. was taught to soar- --if -
at!!: fi'e hundred dollars; for a liht-l..usc on Flynn's I i al the noilhwckl and harbor tS Key West,
h4:1ieti j passage I love thee ntfor l1U3: pelf, and with inward wish that he i in bis be sinks below them. The
: carried gem
l : Sandy Hook' two !liundreu llimsai.u dolI !- ei'ht; hundred dollais ; for a light house on the nonli' del an lad fight. 1
:
I *". to be built ulIIer! ihc direction of the Engineer:: point of *i island, eight ihousand dollars! ; farrebuilding Or stolen scrap's from pan1 ry shtlf his veil to some one else. that the diadem into the pool, i is, 3' .

1.t"f'1I1.cnt.: for a light-boat off Siiuly Ho"Io., iwtnliousand .. Icul changing tl.e Jo
t4'e! dollars ; fer placing a iicucon on Io.clMt { i at Mosquito inlct, se\n thousand dollais ; for placing want to make Buffalo Republican.From I'
Jeptha.' Ifyou me a .
near Sandy took) fi'teeri ttiou&and dulls;i I buoys on a rock in the outer haihorofKey West, five (TAe cat vaxtlh jealous.) you pre-
k
:ie -ciionof a !lighl-houM> at lisopus nieadous' sent"- t
hunditd dollars ; for seeming the loun -(hr dollars west kliorc for of ihc Hudson Kivcr, three iliousd j light house on Sand Key, 11.111 for the attendance, of a With And look a of love cat on thee 10 glar', "0, yes," interrupted he, and he lugged at "The Cold Water Man," a temper .

iii 'J; IIrpan paeingabuoy BtlY, one hundird on the. !wreck dolIIr: of a for,cvKtunk b.iit prlClrf by the late keeper, one thousand six By heaven, Ill eat lunj, bide and hair his:coat pocket-"there's an elegant great apple ance paper, publisbed at Natchez; I .
; a ai.'J the .
W-houscon. Cedar Uiai,.l, Sng Iiai btJr,one thousand I twenty dular; tor lebuilding lighthouse Meaou. Mary and I'll bring encther when I come ADVANTAGE OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE TO LABORING (
dollars
.. ot Cape ten tll bat.d ; for a
:...lars. 'for placing! uut)).. in Sag harbir.twohuridred I light house on Carrey force reef on thc southeastern (.ind .hola'h' resentment) ngain. '.[' e)'1 fetch two cents 1 piece in MEN. I :

liar tht Hudson, for erecting rncr a five light-house' : nt llondcut c.rcik, I I extremity of the coast of Florida, twenty thouajnd For though, alas in vain I pin% Boston!" 1. They have I better appetite, and par
l thousand '
I
!ltC' ilxntoii-li.ht: : at, Dunkirk h.irbor do'.lnrs! : for crcct- dollars. No baser breath sh-ill soil the shrine, Mary, who saw more Jeptha in this affair take of their food with a keener relish, and i it
{ two thousand J .
*'tn hundred dollar ; for erecting a beacon light at j For TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN. Once hallowed by a flame of mine than she bad before seen, and began to is more nourishing to them than when they
i house the of Milw
a light Meaou.
1&".Buren harbor! two thousand ..eve:. 'hundred, dol-! I'I' river erecting, five thousand dollars at m'ut erecting a lighthouse :ukce :tire ol him-"thank you for your apple, and drink rum. 1

*; fur\ a floating light, to be stationed oi\ or near al the loulhofth Mamiowic river, five thousand (dnd prophesyelh his coining dtat,1 Rtyuiestat in if you want to make me a little-" 2. They possess much greater vigor and
"Middle i jround BO called in L I Uland I < "
&lrdlt, frt "ng Sound doll/jis ; fur a light house at, C ni>ew gan, five part ) "An't that a present?" inlurrupted Jcptha. activity, both of body and mind. t .
Ihouiand
ten :
i"rly fljrat !fctini dollars
; thousand dolmrs : for house the Too great I feel this load of wo .
y'llht house onllobm's reef, in the harbor of.New trance Green bay, five erecting thousJiid 1 light dollars at fer erecting en-- Soun, in death I slumber low, worth two cents to nighttI.Ve 3. They perform the same labor with much! i .

a )'' thousand dollars ; lor a light house al :Sall'a'b : .1t'.IYtr I a light house ai tot river, five lliousand; dollais.St.C. And o'er son my grave shall catnip grow ,. but I can get apples enough," said greater ease and are, in a great measure, free I .

\ <,r. three" thousand dollars.Kta '; 2. .2nd L I further en.icl.-il., Tint before any Mcaou. Mary (who saw that twelve hundred dollarsin from the lassitude acd fatigue common to rum J -f .
srATE OF NEW JERSEY. '
rot .f f the improvements aforesaid are commenced I-, the hands would be benefit drinkers. '
hardly
Jeptba's a
,
Might house: al the mouth Cohajiey! Creek, board of (The cat txalltth his e.) % dj
fIe, ""* mldollars! : ; for ihccitclionofa light: / house t be made navy for commissions the "!al ascertaining cause an examination whether Yet once again before I die, rol to himself, and much lees (to hid wife while he 4. They have greater wages, and lay up 8 1. '

. :'tr orne8rEg,6\e l5nd] ) neurthe enimnce of aurice the navigation. pqrlos additional 1 raise my -eble love notes high lived, ancj he was too robust to die in a hurry,) large, portion af what they earn. ,

Alxl'ullI Uiouviml! dollars ; 1or erecting a light house and thereepon to rc"lres report opinion in re ord fac.lities' A loud, and yet a lousIer cry "1 can get apples enough, but if you get mea 5. Their example will b useful to those
j't !lllet' on the! ea coast, in the state of such places as speedily us be t Meaou !-yeacu-yea-o-u-ow! !
to the around them.
may of fur frizette er"
Jrrofli to Le secretary cape, or or a new gown, .
c U consr'Acted as to Le disiiDguish- tne who shall .
TOIIItJ/e/ other Treasury, proceed with the WorK 8 (Poet exclaimtth from a window.) "Good I be I OF MILITABT PUNISHMENT. When .
!h ibt on the cottt, five thousand dolSTATE recommended. But if. the said board afer night Mary, m.qst going, CAUS 'F

sucl examination to b wade, ,hal be of opinion causing that The fiend torment that squalling cat want to get up early to morrtw morning, and the Duke ef Wellington was examined before ; -, -

I. r OF PENNSYLVANIA (ifany said improvements are d to faiil1: Out night.disturbimermi'm: 's cat can't afford to lose my sleep-good night! the commissioners appointed to inquire intq ,
!
h t tCOIflptiu.h'Cb the beacon }light at the end of the the navigation or tnt the navigation is a* incn i et- Il spoil your beauty, dear Take that Mary!" the oj 1 militry punishments, be .
\1 lJrml the entrance intothe' ha-bor of of Caterwauling l\bject gavq
finale
grand
Ukt Erie able works poker-
that
justify (
a rot proposed or thes4m5 lDilhargdl I
Ii. trie, ,Ix hundred ai>d sercniy-fo' dollars are inexpedient from cause, further -'The ca decsruptth? ) "A fur cape, when she' got a good wrapper the following answer to a question oq .
any I proceeding
$ f.1,1"hl" SI ATKOF. DLLAWAKE! I shall L ha and thcjr{ opinion.n will) the facts -a (Irizelte when her qwn hair is gtod enough military drunkenpess, Lord Wbarncliffe in. : .
a:; hou.c on the lower or southern end of i shall BUTTON. when she's two quired "Is the of crime
7litJ b Congrets. TiE -anew gown got drunkenness parent : -4
'" the l rtprtf
Delaware
the erect Qn <>fl'gbt house ly. ten on thousand the rand7:1 dolr ,I of C. tUe b it further enacted That ti* ecrctatj' y n. I. WELD. gowns now, I TOW U darn, I dqn't like that generally in Use British army; in your ouiq : '

Lt ,,':: In the D 1 lu are Bay, in addition to the rdopt the Treasury impryemenl be, and in h*lamp is hereby and,J lanterns authorizedto of "I care not a button!" No! but a button exactly" muttered Jeptha to himself as he ion 1 The 'answer of the great captain was '

&0 the ptftul& fifteen Lhqllpnd dollars a- light houses, mode wanning the came, in- nay be of more importance many times than travelled home. given in a single words It was -Invariably.1' .
and
plan estimate r ade by H rtn'anin vcpted by Isaac; Punnam, if, jn his opinion, after de "e are aware of, >Vt have kpown nn in* .. *Twt- great apples! three! cents! pub! phoo! Comment i i. here unnecessary. J ,.


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4 5' psf .4. ---- doubt of their subduing the foe by next Christmas. certain that the war is yet over-indeed, it ft1i itlJi'is'ftV:1S: called by some of the whig military cupacTfyj'tnd: ; I irolild most resectlt)

THE FLiORIDIAN.S But pail events have weakened our confidence seems to be admitted at all hands that the Indiang presses,'has son'cooled. This U well .There U l ly suggest tom r fellow" citizens of .

----- --- --.--_. in the adoption of salutary measures by the ad will not (leave the country this summer. sufficient excitement already in the country-and Florida that in the- ev cat of a renewal of ut ho.:

TRy. Ii .!!a AUJ. mm ) ministration. A strange dreamishness seemed to We must believe that the1 powers that be, any measures 'calculated( lo increase>uch excite tilities with the Indians, they hold mesh '

Y' --_--.- come over Mr. Cass! and Mr Butler in regard: le have more favourable information than bill moot, but adds fuel to the fire, and'should be discountenanced their respective counties; and address Ineu:

,S.\ JUNE 17, 1837. Florida while in tile war department. The late been communicated generally, or we cannot by every Rood citizen. Unless vials to the President of the U., S. m quealn...

q President (if Col. White is to be believed) talked believe that this step would have been taken, more coolness is manifested by political partisans, him the to assign Gen. Read to the command'(
NTJ( E. forces intended for further
Fa,., In consequence of the abseuce of Mr. N. M. large, and seemed satisfied his duty was done byabusing which appears to us: premature. who give tone too much to the opinions of the gainst the Seminole Indiana. operation **
U'e have obtained of tho order of and influence mass of the com
thus
a great
copy ,
.
; the of Florida and press
cowards
Il Martin the residue: ul"the change tickets issued by people as A PLAIN
General Hernandez discharging the Companies but few beneficial results to DIA
monies, we anticipate ,
lH tdcr uf the citizens; of Tallahassee, will!! be signed \'agabonds-hy censuring, cursing: and suspending .
(exceptlbnsem's) east of the St. Johns. 'be derived from the extra session; of Congress ordered
.. thc Generals he in command CELEBRATION
h N] r. I.. P. 1 vlor. placed : by convening OF THE 4Tii F
JULY
r Since the discharge of the militia cast of I by the President. The interests of the
Tho
Citizens of
By order the Committee. Courts: Enquiry/ and Courts Martial: Tallahassee haTinTc
\ of the St. Johns public rumor seems to give an people generally have already been too often ta: veiled ? i
and boasting what he had done and what he I by previous notice, al the Auc

a .J The official! report to the Executive of Col. Levin could do &c. We doubt not that Mr. Van Buren aspect to our Indians difficulties, which shews crificed to political views; and, in the present cxi Rooms of R. Hackley, Esq. to make{

ji. y Ihtivvn, commander of the forces in West Florida and Mr. Poinscll would be rejoiced if the war the necessity of defensive being prepared (for and It maintaining cncy, it is all important thai such exciting causes I ranements for ihe celebration of thing appr :

i ill relation! to an affair( with tlc: Indians a short a strong : position. is gen 'should be removed. anniversary of our American
but fear there is much political
. j. was over, we too erally belie red that tho Indium will not not : Indepeud,
f time since, for which I.e has: been much censured manoevcrinjj iu hand,-too many electioneering and that before do York fives r cnce.On
t ( emigrate this summer, they A EKICAN STOCKS, April 20.-New ,
motion U.
j .r. l 1IJ sevt ral ortlle Florida pre'ses, will be obtained, arrangements to be made to permit of much at- so aO resort to arms will again become neces 1837, 93'; A1i'sis.ippi sixes, IS6l-71, 101 I;; Pennsyl- : Wclford, Esq. was

i \ possible', and published in our next. We think tentiou being bestowed upon Florida. The ad v ania i fives, 18G5-95; do. do JG1;j U. S. Bank shires: to the chair and Thomas Brown 3ppo(

f i 1J the lias,: been with Col. sary. 33M7. ( /U.I\ 21; Florida sixes,1858-61,91N.; Y.: secretary.
i press unnecessarily severe ministration just now have ample employment for There is but one company: of U. S. troops Life :and Trust Co. 91; Alabama fives,18G3,90a11! I.; The following Resolutions

f '. B anvil.nrgioei. all their time and talents in adopting ways and stationed here and in the event of open hostilities Indiana: fives. IF-52, 90 a31; Maryland: SIXes, A. A. Berlhelot offered bt J l&.
-- -- -- them r.lundl'dj into the 105' Louisiana fives, 181 U-52, !9t,1)( ; do. do 181tJ.( ,); Eaq.were adopted.
means to allay excitement against this force is liable to bo callod ; ,
1 '.' AXATHEIft c..\: [ .\' (.: Bank of Louisiana:: ,!41t. 3. .11tGanad j ;t Bonds,foes! 1st. Resolved, That the citizens of
the accusation of caused the deti it is than sufficient TaIQ.
t and here
upon having while not more
The 1 transport Schooner SarJi,CaptamMallary 1855, 100 a 101. basset do celebrate the, approaching
{ : rangemenl untie currency, to notice our Territory. to protect I public property, hence above i is from the Liverpool of I anni m',
The
..' :arrived St. Marks on Monday last t, direct from necessity papers sary of American Independence and that I
i Were we A STATE having weight in the I'residen- I of a force upon which we can del "FloriJa sixes" mentioned I
The :
T.impa Bay, with public stores'corn! hay, oats the 24th April. committed of five be appointed, to make

J !t ... &.C. to A. Crane, Ksq. i public. agent. The Captain tial: election, our case would be more worthy of This force ought the to be raised of among-l the frontiers our, are the territorial bonds issued upon the Union II rangements for a civic and military prO(:|
notice. own citizens for protection
! : we '!learn, stales: that these stores have been Jcs- Bank slock. Col. Gamble, the President of ihe sion, and a public dinner, to be given On
I One word however to the politicians "who wield and this duly we have authority of Gen. for the PSerlh. t_
'!5\'ntltt .St. Marks, there being;: no use for them atl'lInpu of bank, left ihN city a few days since day.2d.:

e I as in consequence) of all the Indians: and the energies of the nation" on ibis subject. Weave i, ui+) in saying is all that can be expected The principal object of his visit, we understand, h Resolved, That a committee i or fivedf

; ,) h heard it t said that the last election in Georgia of to select Orator
having fm.illy: i eluded to emigrate and them.We lhat to make arrangements for thc resumption speciepiymenlsby appointed an and a Rea&

Kit (JenJe'ssiip, he hasIt-la'/y given up every ex- icrts lot to you by the displace: reaped in the Semi- conceive do it to ho necessary in everyman the Bank, and recommencing its bu of the Declaration of Independence, and J
able
to military duty any way
r 1I their ruiiowl note tVid Creek wars. (It has made more nullifiers sines practicable, and il i f' prepare the regular lHaU for the o
this period as (
V. jti'ilalionflf! summer, and until should he mustered into service, and held to at as early a : ccaston: .

.1 t r :fTt'lllJJ!, n.irllur raid )aip Il. The negro iutcrler (ban nil the harrangues of Calhoun & co, could act according to l' rcumstanee No reliancecan possible this fall. We cannot see ruby it i is that Whereupon, II. R. 1V. Andrews, Wm.fv, !

> -. ;i', Abraham: : i is:: the only Seminole' who re- make in an age. Nay it has done worse. It has : be placed in the regular troops at present our banks should adopt a rule at this time so dif I ter, II lecher E. Lockerman, and B. If. ,

tt } lained with him, and he was regarded as a spy caused thousands\: to cense to respect the national because: we of Florida know full well that they fercnt from those pursued by the! institutions at 1 Kerry, J'1 SClnf. were appointed a commiueti ]

.:: r ti1 ; iij) ,nn whom no dependence) : could! be placed. Gen. government and! its olliceis,-it has: :alienated: their, I cannot maintain their positions during; the autumnal other places. In New York Philadelphia, Balti I carry into effect ifac first resolution! ; and'1"110II,

r,.:... I it is affections( from our institutions' and caused! runny Orleans Brown, R. J. Hackley: John Parkhill,3amq!
.lessup said is much depressed in spirits and \ t months; and we therefore: call the attention I more, Charleston Mobile and New they i
uiideterniiiu'd what 1 to' become' DISC.NIO.MST. If tile past disgraces are authoii" if the i I Reed ar.d T. E. Linenberger, a commit: l t
'E course to pursue. The in- of our citizens! and the public loan and transact other business as pressure; "

c.,'' ,. ) I'm mat ion from St. Aug'isiinc+) of i thc strong probability not iciiievcd, it may be relied upon That at the, ties to unite at once in adopting ,measures of : had not taken place. By refusing) all discounts, i under the second reshuion.nd on i mol c.e.

i:!1,.', I ; of the icnewal hostilities on the frnn1 next t'1cctionlauallt.l will join (Jeorgia+ in opposition self defence; and there is no doubt but lhat our banks (but add lo the e'istrcss.i If the people I I f t the chairman wa; added to the commute*, I

t= .' t ; ,: lilTS by the Indians, had m( t reached: Tampa: I :and Florida if she becomes I a stale will be through our Govcror, the most efficient measures have confidence in the banks: it is a matter of! appointed under the second resolution. !
t I R"t. t with them. ti\'Cbtg pardon ol narrraJtrs: fur I And then the meeting; adjourned. r
wlJen C.fpt. M. sailed, and whether: they would! f will be adopted. small moment t this time whether they pay: specie I
.. l ; : lining: such considerations t mi this subject, but'C I I R. \\ELFOHDChaYn., .
t await offensive:; operations( on the part; of the whites: Ii i or not; and we cannot conceive any good reaSon
1 I eb J. \\ bcl'eve' from tile bottom of our hrjrl: : they are ANOTHER ItceOL.T.-11 e heard! yesterday a re I Tno BROWN, sec'yThe -
\1"t flutter\ of lor II
., onji'cUire entirely tilt post. !' 1 thc contraction of their circulation at ibis time,
# f? I\\ oJ t the most cogent arguments toadJicss to lhu.se in from Monticcllo tint: a detached guard, near I
The'
I frce.s/ of ion.; J.'I r not considered as's I port unless! they intend close their institutions: finally I
l': J 1 ower. If they would restore to our borders attached "I"Senllnt Committee, in pursuance of the slap
t I j s>.:''lici.'tilK ijy.-c.iive jiriify a summer campaign+ p peace FurL King! was : by: a party > sand The, alternate: expansion and t contraction! ul'thcu'rirculaiuu !
resolution
r !t +" ; /so thai our citizens rould :ii,>':niu re l urn to seven: out: of ten of the guard were murdered I have selected Mr. \rn.L.ll |
l'l't of
ianyprospect: fa-.orable success Powell by banks: as regulated !by their men ialeresti
RANDOLPH deliver the
t'.: their homes without uftbe torntiitavvk, and to oration, and Jr.!
( danger
:
't"f f and his. : b.iii..I who! had,: b telrune: i in to Fort Mel We give this as a rt'Jlort-ytt we cannot refrain l without reference to the situation or wants HOUSTON to read the Declaration
1lIill-H't the tide of nowflowii'jj rlw.\w
.. scalpiur emigration !
i r: j.m, Jiliei yivin;; !hcojlu-ors; a bill: piyard made from ripe| i Citing: : our fears that the report is: true. of the community, is one of the evils of ihe sy>leruof : I Independence.At .
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Texas towards Florida i
; : : :again: t three years --- -- -
,l- t other tVimuistrjiiiin+ 01 fuendshij), left the fort neighborhood !inks which cannot wtllllc guarded -
; -
t j hence! we mi:;ht possibly east il.e!: threc'ult'; we FKOM: TUB 'J'C'iT.-A report has bfcllcirculalt'd 1
i d,; tt.th:; tic. pmfcwd! object nf going1 lo Tampa; to f (I :against! by legislation. In a great National! I a rnerling!; of the Citizens of Jeflersnji
t should give as a State in !their favor. But otherwise ir: tins city a day or two past': I. that the troops un :
t 1 ; emigrate! bit: InJ nut since been hca'dof.: : I II Bank, where the infnnices which:)utn)1 1 are more Comity, hpfd in 3IoriliceUo] he( Cfh of J_l
c-miM! thousand in dr! command of! Co!. I Drown have had
they not get one vote in a :: : ai! h engage:
.j i/1 1S37.
lo take inlo ronsidcrnlion ihe state ]
and extended !h be ihe i
general cannot
;t t \\y] tlr!; news l fn m Tampa Bay, ic.'ei\id at St. 1 Florida! !! nor can the r.alion: :at large mpch: !longerremain merit with tLc ]Indians; in Washington: : : : cl'unly, in widely sue h things a* now e.xr linz. and more )

l "'f yr r. ? :11 arks, :.nll| 1 by: l'xtr:1.els'C. insert from the St.t.I i insensible to our sufferings: : caused hf sot h which, twenty of the 'Indians: were killed, and the case. 11 i t Ihe order of the Treasurer of the particnliij eeriest

t I "' 4 Jw;:iiMinc papers: ) it apl.cars' that the: worst apprc- i l neglect.! I I vin.e: number taken! prisorcrs: without: any lugs on We hive: reluctantly inserted the con-munic-i I dated. the 19th of May 1937. respecting '

\. Lta!' !] enter ; nod as to the continuance of the Our Governor if now absent irons llu> rity, the part of ihe troop--. If'tLi5 report is true, and lion signed "..\ Plain: Ian," from a highly; respect j |payment: of our taxes, & '.-A. B. Shei J

i ... r ludtan' : scar, 1 by lLoce: who have been dcri''e.1 asJ j'I hunting] out the, manraudipg! band* of fugitive I we ror.idcrorirauthority! g'll, it ismovt certainlythe abe! citizen, in our paper.Ve do oat acquiesce: I Esq was appointed: to the Chair and D. 't

..' ",1,,1 fl1l cioaker1are: t to be realized! Our South 'i iK Creeks in West Florida. The: IJ'IYlppollllellecreta 1 t list l t light: which has !been made: during the in the views of the, writer. As, however, the s>tibject Lings, E.q. was appointed Secretary. Afar|

l : htcrnlron'icr' K :again! lobe th' ol .1ll'11. Many I rv of thc 'Jcrritory left Florida about I t the! j 1 war. We sincerely hope this news may prove is one upon which every citizen has :a rig'nt; to : tnillee consisting of Cot. J. A. CuthbetilCol.

I'- ft '"the planters! and niall): farmers/ in MadUon.: ; to |t t I (lime of his appointment:, and we are consl'1ucnt.1 correct express his opinion we :give the article! to the I ""arl Major J. L. Taylor, CaplainR]

1f''iiiiltoii.: Columbia: Aljchua and ;Mosqucto] I had: ; ly without an: executive officer here at ----- public: exercising our privilege! the same time,, I as E. Blackburn, and Col. Abram BeltaJ?

;} 't,' I 1 lrl'1l1mt'\ll their, Lome1hieh they nitrsl! now, : The' GII"CfIlor.C learn directed' a draft forth: !:c | \ e !learn from the New Orleans Bulletin, that: I IV rf giving our reasons fur the conclusions: we hive I being appointed l. and hiring offered the fDO I Iing

; sky m, 1$:' M,l lira( third lime, abandon lo the: !>rand; of O rc'ola piotection of the Frontier before he left for, thc the passengers; and crews (',I'tile schooners Julius! come to that (he course he proposes; is neither proper I, preamble and resolutions! they were eat
i
''''1 ( Be' '' w and Ins \\.rrtll; Itj; as ve do not donbl, the Indians West I, (!so we'l' satisfied: was: fie after his, visit loTampa 1 Cwsar and Champion, lately imprisoned at Mla-: politic, or advisable. Many: of the disasters j I imomlv- adopted.

,+' h r, I I will' :again ciimmeiire, hostiluies: tire snlTciingsrnd < week before last of the result,) and) we j j mnras, :and for whose safely many fears were +t hich hive, already disgraced the r.ation almost The peculiar situation of the country atilt
: +< | abroad, arrived in that city on the Gth inst., in the time, calls most for relief. 7k I
f \ : \ i.-.Kei of ilie iiiliril'it.iits! : of those counties 'loom' the subordinate of1kers arc complying, with i too deep; for a redemption, are justly attributableto l strenuously '

{ 1'i \. 1 uill he idmo'-l: 1II'( '' II1J coiK-cpiion. How snug, all I ili l'IIt'evitllll1c) order! ; although, before: they J sehr. Helen, direct from Matamoras, having beer I the unbecoming squabbling and I scrambling! highland exorbitant charges made for pwfcisions

', r. "f ,, Heavens] : be into the field l liberated by an order from the city of Mexico. i and the scarcity of them, logelher r
l
1 1't.
It "' name.: I'our country io continue In he: ran: possibly got expect to.: among the general officers,and between their partisans
i" .. .. The vrs! els and were still detained the state of (be markets eniijI
Ifeur .tl" ItOllliitlon properly depressed '
i r,_ oflhe hoc!' south eastern front.er.r Their liberation was not owing I to the inll'r\.n.i.." i I scene ? lipfnrvilncaanJ, ..0J... *! t
the! Union dduged iniiieand: blood-our\ citizen :; ) : :lan # tavounte would doubtless be popular! witli' : retcoO
t I ol Commodore Dallas, inse fleet had not) arrived 'r j happen again. At n time when \
t.' t. m
t 1 -I' ,,''lirtielnl.lu.J'apl'd: In' a pitiful tribe ofrroant mi") j many If the citizens of .Middle Florida. General 1'
f t C who .',. .'} the St. Augustine Hi 1':1111.: June 1. when the Helen sailed. The passengers received Hernandez ttr East ney. the circulating medium of t the coal '
e. sayges: ought to have been Floridais, however, his ,onto r !
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bad treatment been j try, is most wanted we find tint it i is rewfclj ,.
,
: 1. OUR I INDIAN AFFAIRS. ] very having nearly starve
tocrrttl// : /
into $.1.Lm "hiol1 in three!, months!, from the in rank and age; and the citizens of East Florida: ed
siliialedil
; ,,; !4i i.t h'rod' WPS: !s;,it.! \Vl.oisio: blame! her: Since our last, affairs( have assumed a more i: 'during their imprisonment., The officers and crew who are deeply: if not more interested than: us in j useless: and unprofitable to us-
t thi"l ol the Texian schr. Independence t : Territory as we are, we can do nothing i
lately captured
'f" There serious aspect, and we regret to state thai Ibis would
sate ofthing* h a I fault -omcwhcie. Iil' : t war probably Prcfcrhim.tF'c would not
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the Mexicans: still confined lie r I is true, that the Governor at hkplf
bv were in loathsome I may
of the rennin ilion of |
\ tler; 1 11.1 e ofcrnnie'iu: i i., i in i its, character: indocile the prospccls our "prel- detract from the standing of ilie gallant: chief o f sure
at Malamoras. The Hon. William or when the time stem to demalH
t',. \ sad: inr'lirictil: or thorc; who administer it want: ty little war, are more gloomy+ than ever ; prison : ; : : the l Brigade of Florida Mifilhi! and we should call
11 i i
\ An ntrived hcie on Saturday has I H Wharton) u ho unfortunately! \ was on board: : the together thp Legislative Council "i]
"J i cnergy \.d.| n ?\\lli).! p'I.,: ".joti ;,n-or the, officers of express he happy to see him in command of as : \0 has Then
i I from Fort ;Mellon, the purport of which we': Independence! rot the time of her) : capture, it i is many not core: it. you must act fo"
{ t .I.icaiiiivvlm have: IH.VII employed, lack capacity! lunlccrsor dratted men ofhU brigade: as could begot selve hanks Ta1J ha
two situated at >
'
:' : utiderltand to be that a number of notices i j i slated!, had been treated by: the :Mexican) author' '
and cither q qualification, :; for c+onluctirg: thc war- in the field, and we doubt not they. would do, see hop bills the
\\
had come in at that pot who stale that thc: 'II firs with some: marks of les-pect due his rank and are great circulal"dium
or ilio lioojo; em'j'oyrd: ; have,: ;ln'cn unfit t for the S good service ; but we do not see the propriety: of; of ihn of r
f I Indians had held a meeting, deposed Micanopy :!station. The Mexicans are willing: to release Territory :
i ori'ioe. To one: = or olhtryf: thcac,; cause, or t to lho'.:;: \\koaienolintiu\ service and di> not cTreit to specie payment Their bills are not no'
: and circled Saw Junes their "i I trent
if the \\hole
incip' iLeir'1'txiau of the Mexit
r a ronibinaiiou, of litcm. nest) the ignominy, vvhschha : (pi prisoners, )- !he themselves, il ;(con;; by way of request, ((till: nutdorn :!'' ; and you can neither buy\08 product i |
cliicf. They further state that at the next t in Texas released.
? been cast: upon OUI'atiol1:11: araii be l attnbMtcJ. moon the )Indians would commence open hostilitie i I can prisoners are nicdcit way cf ticati< n,) m the t.clil.oi. : f.f die :' the country fellow citizens with theta, :I E

) ,I --. This i i"; a negro; story, and in cwnsequence i j The. brig Morocco, an i ived >t New Orleans Irom \vo.'id Icadesufothers.it. l>c jinbccyiiii's'ituchmurinourhumtdcoiniun: il1li.c!, citizens ol" M-i'-lle: F!..'-, pay the laves upon your propprly to the Try! e
MonarchKls m) against Ilepublics! fiat they surer of the Territory his imntediateaacd,
go or i|
[ .some arc inclined doubt it, almost! I Texas: brings intelligence 'that the Indians had 1 ri,;.+ at :large lo Iio'd: the meeting:, p;' [poser!, tu indicate: : : .
r want and prompilude., And it has been the Tax Collector' of A
ctcrgy
.. I every tlrgro stor)'. however, during the war: made an attack\ upon the, inhabitants of Milamcounty \\l>ul'tcy! wU;.lltlpreicr, mce-jnwaK'frr-in-rfir/: i,' our countv. fe"t 11
m idi by some ill lluir dl 'rltll: cast the blame! has and in j ago. an order i is received in our connl/, "I
: ultimately proved true, confirrn-i-: in that! territory, committing many murders I the designation; by the ['resiJ: : !;nt of iraltCUIM Sri;r:1-1 I!
i i' fiuia th.mclvc';:, that the disasters oflhe war are t ]I Lion of this it seems to bo pretty generally nd- :and carrying oll'large/ numbers of horses: nd J d.cr: General of the militia to comuiand, : i-j without j i Iho Tax Collector, in wlich: the Treasurer!

,,r in or&c; iiicasuic: ov.ing lo the "malorgani/alion: ( ,!,: witted that the Indians[ have tacitly refused I' : rattle. There was not a sufficient force to renderr preceJcnt, and against all military ndr) an J laws. Thc; | :Auditor, tells him, he shall receive: nothingh\ 3btI |

I i c1f our jrm.V, and its weakness ;;n /ll1I1I"ersy :..10 emigrate, at least until fall; and that iho sa !!i militia of the states ca'ted'! into the field will djiiltleis j I 1 gold or silver, o- the bills of specie papa
j the illhaLitalltJnd fears
(, lhat we have relied ton much: on! tnihtii, I-tl'al ': is far from being terminated. I II j: protection to : : were entcrI (.is they should! ) have some mice i in thc sel\ etknoftl.c joiSccrs banks. There ia no specie paying ban i ij ,
Mined: that the frontier settlements i in lhat j
i\ S rrgulan! : aloi.e! ihouJJ: he & & I 1 I I I (l'JJrerwout.l : : ihn Soulhrrn and if there ?
: cmjiloyid:1 .c. c These ne rocs it i.; said, give some par both subordinate and superior, order \\ hori, Country-: sitrij

11'elaveLeard' : it even declared Mhat these Jisl I seculars ef the late battle at Fort :Mellon. have t I. be abandoned. Brigadier General+l they nrs tit, ;erve; and the people of Florida! should? L be I and II.t stop in a few The resul II

1, i.. a. iertj "vhoud! not be deprecated) if the edicts 1' They state that they attacked: the foil wilh''. Johnson, commander! of the military forces of! the last to thrust in the way any f,f their cit'zer.y, h'W-1 all this is, lhat you ty. of ,. I] '

wlJltll'e K iiidurcrongri'S-j! : to increase: the see n- !,I! GOO warrior, and soon after their repulse they I II 'I Texas, came passenger i'l: the Morosco having ever popular here, witlunt certaitiin;: ultutlie-r: hc i ccmpelled to pay specie for your ta.xcs. Hwj

t. '! cliii: army, and I jilace it on a better footing.; :'i, were re-iuforced wilh ''00 mote and were preparing :\i: left the service on furlough! 1 for the benefit of hisLca'.ili. > Mould be acceptable or not.Vc should ra'Iicr seek I) you Besides. this you have a bank

t k-: \\ilhlhci-cargumciitswcdonat: fully coincide.Ve '.,I 1 for another onset when they Icceivcdinformation '! to give those who came to our al-1 opportunicJcs o fj i!j jnchicviog Tallahassee (The Union Bank), for wbich; '

\ l IlI'lic\'c that our institutions are not deficient of the cessation (hostilities. laurels, in return for the defence and protec-I Territory is pledged-The bonds bindin.Terriory ]
\ Volusid 11.01:1Tllis article i is quoted in New Orleans tion they aftlrd us. For a commandtr-iii-chitf. for their
The of and
in strength or cncrWe: believe the body efj; I posts Fcrt Mellon] ate any redemption are signf
our militia po.sesscourago and oilier csionpnl t|, becoming unhealthy, mill all tho forces, ex- at ;S'J 73 In $10 per barrel, and in New York ;at is to be selected: from Florida, \\e do not hesitate to i the Governor and Secretary of the Tem

+I; ) quality cfgood;; Foldietv' ; and\'t'r.r) thai in a:I : r' edit| serpeanl'.s\ : guard to be relieved from VJ 62.: At Marks,513 is asked, and scarcely sly that, with many others, \vc prefer his Excellency, ;t tI It Is upon these bonds that tho bank bJt i |

I'icolata tell days. ind a barrel to 'be purchased: : at that price. ]Indeed|, j I the Governor orif, he should! rosin i hs: nnticipaltd l ed I the to on its banking !
like
\ (this they maKe the bt".t.oJier 1 !s; and we are I every one Company of I money carry basi

.. (- ... fully!! salitlicd; :: that ihe whoV! blame! is to be attrib-( i j Creeks, have been withdrawn from Volusia. \\'eII) not believe that there is twenty barrels of, successor! the all Hon. Thomas Randall, as e.nlncntly'qualified ,! U is upon this capital, the bank has beensp j

: tiled to maladministration at Washington, and, The post at Lake Momoo will be continued. i! Hour in all Middle! Florida. A shipment of some to :render over effectual! others service from in such experience and talents, j'> tilattng! ; for some two years yet your TI|

1 inc ineilVinicy of its measures: and we also be-i I'' Four companies of troops arc now at Pico hundred barrels would! find ready sale, and good : capa: ly. i surer or Auditor, says, that he, or the Ta '

r : I ala prices. Collector of County will not recoil
,
i.:' w thc diilercnl jjcneral oflicers! of the j l l ; I To THE PEOPLE OF MIDDLE FLORID your
;f -c army r' : Tho Stoaiuboal Charleston touched at Pi- I __ i| Taxes in any thing elso but or silver, |
lion t: all, III ionic+ respect:: or other, been more Fellow Cilizens i' ol
..F j: colata yesterday from Fort Mellon it is staI t NECESSITY KNOWS NO LAW. regret exceedingly t to that which i is cqivalcnt to it, of sped '
'
4,. ICSS, in fault. The system of warfare: which'l. I ; hear thit the last intelligence from I bilL
t'u
I t ted that a considerable number of Indians aro remedy the evil lit) much complained of by Tampa 1 paying' banks. \\'ith these your Get|
have. been is of the
uns ) most approved hitherto in Bay most unfavorable character
i i in neighborhood) of that post who dailv our citizens generally, by the regulation of( the I III emitter i begs leave to introduce the Testate;
tll.s i conical', has been brag and LIII terlnJ '- seems to be the opinion of almost i
pa i\ cornc in and receive rations:! and out l ust Office Department requiring specie in payment : everyone Resolutions.
again j
ode and go that difficulties
fiwi, and if these will not scare the foe I our with the Indians are to be
Thc Steamboat Florida arrived yesterday I of postage a Mr. Hale of the Merchants'News RESOLVED, That we look upon the ode
to try to coax kin,. Fighting. i is old 1' I renewed in a short time, and think themin
;: an fashioned
: I many
Trout Mosquito, whither she had gone; to coo Room, New York, has established an opposition of the Treasurer of' the Territory, in refl ,
1 JoolUh and business. a boiler condition for thu
.- utiiofitable] If the news we i vcy Capt. Webstei's company of Artillery to Post Office and mail communication between. execution of their to the payment of the Taxes of ibis cooed|
; present) to our leaders should! we'' purposes than they have been in the
true, previouscampaign.
prove
j rc-establi&h the post nt New Smyrna. Thcie that city ami Boston. The laws arc to be evaded as erroneous and uncalled for. I

t'' ( doubt! very inach if the present commander: of ihe, |i were no appearance to indicate that the placeciliad under the clause which permits the transmission If all this should prove to be true, RESOLVED, That we, the citizens of Jeff*
t annv, can: MiciCtsfuily: !! ,jcfclallllusclf! before ti, been theI (which will be known in the course of eight or
I t visited: by Indians:: since post of letters and packages by "special It son, do solemnly protest against any suci O j
messenger.
ten days) it becomes tho i
H Arneucjii: people for bib course( / since he assumed j was broken Another people of Middle der and if iho consent
I up. company has been is said thai it is Mr. Hate's intention, if the enterprise I : Trcasureri not
the: ( UI110llhllast! fall. Afler Iii conduct towards ordered down there. establish Florida to promote the adoption of measures receive the or C flt j
succeeds to : similar of
!:::4.. 's.? Jiin brother! (icnculs:: he Cannot:: lay claim to theJtf.hearanccof ; An express arrived this morning from Tampa rnunicaliwu with the ether principal means) cities. com The, lion-oflhis which may afford some prospect of a termini Banks, in payment of our taxes, ws tear
ruinous
I most and
the or the commiseration of the contents of which disginceful war.
press are NOT .
reported to be citizens of / TUEn.RESOJED
palachicola and St.
Josephs in this the 1.Y
They arc sufferers and Therefore
the people There is too much occasion for ihe, of an unfavorable nature. It is rejiorled and) it is reasonable That we have assays! her
Territory, like
exercise: of our pity and sympathy: in behalf of t he j I confidently believed that thc Indians have all however contemplate of n arrangement: not t, to expect that they should feel the ready and willing to pay the utmost re s pect*
on account but
ii/.cns; of KaM: 1 1'lo udr, again to be driven from I I i !left their camp and returned info the nation. General Post Office/ has specie, because the deepest interest in tho proper management of the laws of the land, and aro still .witt'mSdo /

heir; ho.nes, through, the credulity, 1 filly, or weak j. These reports scorn to confirm each othe r. with neglected to supply them the next campaign, if unfortunately, for us I, so. But, we do consider that, m the 4

t ness wflhose from whom they expected prolcc* \U'e have now but little hope that the war will any mail regularly, and appears to pay no t there is to [be another. In the previous campaign termination taken to resist tho order o j

Rb !ho ended attention to their.complaints.! We think Mr. Kendall there has never seemed to be
want
.
huh to bestow any elsewhere. What is to be by negociation -Thc Indians have any Treasurer, we are are but discharging t
I been enabled to deserves a little touching up on this score. of monoy or men, and good men too, for the individual _
r done? Jl cordon of! P osls for the protection of the/ possess themselves of much ties we owe to ourselves, as -
J l enlailished ; information and arc doubtless -- successful prosecution of the war. With to citizens thereof.
.frmiliershourd eforthwith from the i emboldened The Bostonians be our country, as
cannot the real these
4 tsuieaiutce to the .';t. Johns and to the. Jlllanlic. Experience by their intercourse. If a resort to arms again men" of the "lea party fuels before usYo are forced to the RESOLVED, That the following gen*fj
revolution
Iw 1k has! 8ho'.vn that becomes necessary. wo apprehend much : they decline going the conclusion that the fault must rest upon the Messrs. John A. Cuthbert, Joseph McC !
a a summer campaign: bloody work. "whole I I hog. The meeting I lately held in that officers who have had command. Wo are all!I Theodora Turnbull Z. 3liaotlP .
should he Bailey,
not thought of. )In the
time
mean ihe We city, at which resolution! were passed recommend aware in what terms of reproach the soldiers
c are to learn
,e "i National! Government should call sorry that all the militia has he appointed as a Committee to
: ;i upon those stales !been discharged with tho exception of mg resistance to the Post Office regulations requiring have spoken of the officers under whom they with the Treasurer or Auditor, cor
which have one
k nol hitherto
p 4t sent any force to ihe field 1 mounted company hero+, one at Jacksonville specie in payment of postage, has: been again i have served, with perhaps a solitary exception; from him, if he is still determined to eafotd
f in his( war, for nt least SOOO:militia, to be commanded convened and which I shall be
w and one at N ewnansvillc. Tho' informationlhat resulted in rescinding those resolu exception, anticipated in saying his order.
1 ) by their own officers, and we have little! lions is Gen. Read. This I have tt
we have received i is far from rcnderiii" i ir it by agreeing to delay further measures until always considered RESOLVED, Should the Treasurer i

the expiration of the present; quarfcr.liThe fire as the very strongest evidence of his high the Committee of his intention to enforctI y

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the 19th of May 1637, That wojUll the principal Resolutions concluding in these

. I.T upon our fellow citizens not to pay words.We. to seven or eight millions of dollars, or -in :_ -.--. .-p-- --.._--.- -_- -_'.- ,I _, _. __ ....

,. *9flW .n"r to purchase any property un- TilE SOVEREIGN PEorr.E do hold ourselves English money to about two millions sterling, I A Clerk Wanted. Tallahassee Jockey Club Races. c

1 *** Jes of the Tax Collector. ready to in this a sum which will enable the Bank of England A Young Man well acquainted with Dry Goods,
organize
city d
Ibe find county t recruit its coflerj Hardware, and a general of .
aer ueculITht the proceedings of this of abundantly with bullion, ( assortment rncri
,, Philadelphia, a first volunteer legion of i chandUe, is wanted to
take
B1soUtl and induce it to charge of a new stock of
1 and forwarded to the Edi- ten thousand be give facilities to the mercantile : goods, on a interest
be sgndi, men t. shtrtly as possible classes salary, or In the concern.
"tf'unh ers in Tallahassee for publiIfl.SIrEHEE.Chair'n. fully armed and equipped, the same to be called I England, which it at present is One generally acquainted with the citizens of TalJahavsea :
rap -
: : The Philadelphia United States either unable or unwilling to afford.LJVEKPOOL l and its vicinity would be preferred.
Minute
Satisfactory references will be expected.

:2tion.131' LI G ,_Scc'Y.__-_ _- 1\1 cn. COTTON.-The week has April 24. t, Enquire at this olMcr. THE fol1o\\'in! Sweepstakes are now open, t i' I I
RESOLVED commenced with t'allahas.ceJu.c I0ih 1837. olf at thir annual in December
That tho standing of these U3w meeting i
duty
June I a fair demand H.l7. I
Express for
the *l V Baily 3d.J J Minute Men shall be hold very Cotton, and prices of I i
t FrPm YEWS.'The most distant portions of to themselves ready middling and fair American are 1-Sd, and in FOR 3fEW YORK. 1st. A B-.vc"r>stikc< for three .Aeirolil rolti and fd't't

flU now heard from, and there at all times, by night as by day, in what ever some instances 1-4d Ib The Sch. LADY WASHINGTON.will l lies nisrd in Florida.: Subrij tinn gMO) fi-rfcit S5), J f -

""Countr1' arc occupation they may be engaged, to fly to I1 per higher than Oflriday. : sail for the above port on the 17th or one m'le hrat To close the first of October, antI' t
-.rs not lo have been an excephon-everv. j the rescue of the public and to the The sales to.day are 4000 bags, -'hh lnst. Fur freight or pavs.ige, aPply na'ro the by Irfore tie ft..P'.

IPI 1. r.:r or nCRr, have adopted one uniformand lie peace pub. fi md on Saturday 2500 were sold. The feel! : Iu J. W. ARGILE, Tallahasssee, :. A swetp-uke: for any three vcir o'd! cnlts and t

palla siispci'ded specie payments. Wew service, and, in no case or under any pretext ing among.all! classes is considerably better i or SWAIM ilJ-.VADDEN, St. Mark*. 1 CH'es in the Tiiircd) : States. S.lIJ,:ripllo1 SW')) t;'I"- J't iI' 1 .1
coircei whatsoever, to allow order to be distur- j I feit-SIUO, thee! mile! heat*. To close the first Octo-
I than S' Mark- .
midst of a at it has been fur June 14Ji,1837. t
tbc paper currency, somo time. -t -tfOT1CE.
btr unit .
? bed the
n the. peaceful rights of tho citizens to be name clay Before the r.ri'.
;. t "tbet> contracted than expanded.a .- I violated, constitutional authorities LIVEHPOOL, April 5.COTTO I \ 3d. A rHistvtjke*, rrtE ALL.sntiscrp'ion:: $20);

tb:, state of things can continue, no isicd the to bo re- .-Yesterday was the best cotton A TOWN TWEETING: i< rtijuesied nt lie Ancli f>rfeit $500; two mire hct>. To close the first Oct>- .

oW' or.t"( FSCC. It will continue until a .,,.a- I in exercise of their functions, or market that has been known for some weeks : i\\ "n; Rrx' ms ut .) (.'clodc. ihs; alcnvion, ti> m.ilvt1 btr. and name the day l before the ri'i-
nlnCan 1i..hcd. In New : th10flank eir persons to be insulted. I The sales j\ arran "III"IIS for the cdLLal 1n of tic! sitly-fiist anIIlof"r'S.lrv Entries c.be wride: to either of the n''>o\c stable,
f' ti\ England amounted to .1000 bales im- !ii p
is atm l
< letter, aJdrcssod ta the Secret
RESOLVED, That we do invite ; of our ij.re! ,, nletl'c. 'f try ii Projirieu.-
Dt3frl! the bank lulls! are redeemed ; in i fellow citizens hereby our I provcincnl of about! 1-SJ per Id. and the frcL j 1'aILliaee! IDih Jurp. 1 17.MIDDLE :: 'lie Ca'! '>, ary tine l-efore clo! "ifj.
thc\' consequently hive hut little dilTi- of New-York. Boston, Baltimore ing i amongst nil classes is considerably better -- ---- I The Jockv Cul! Fur PS \\1!: t ndveriUe.l in cIu!
oion Norfolk Charleston, Savannah New I D1srricT.-.rtAIl.1s SUPERIOR ; tirai- T1IO3 IJROWN, P ) ) f. _
Here negotiations are on fool for t the 1 I \ than it has been for some time. 1 prur _
ft!. Orleans and of all II COURT. June 0, t 1937. 11-tf
C Fund other cities, towns, or district ,- .. _
--
--
of our Safety notes ; whenteili -- --- --._. j iIi a in .Ybtir-r/ tint! Ihrii II" ) -
PIlon --- -- ---
f done there will I'be I.inconvenience. till oughout the United States, in which AnIl'tl-lliT-- -- -- i I I Irll..'I, .".!ere hunt t, lia-Iii<: \ MASONIC. I

tidings from Europe than bv j peace, order, liberty, the rights of the citizen --'- L .t\fi 1 :1 j vndrr Use names, tdtalutfir/II.1td'IIlItJ] ;: r 2'- JACKSON Lod!;e No. I. will celebrate! the f.-sti-

The or the authority of public offices shall seem POUT OF ST. MARK. ()f..ViJIr3e %. Driki j.oiS :38; iistte.l ..Iprilvs. ; c I .: John t the Itpti.oa the 'Jl'i June ;

PeDnsyh'antan. packets to reach usjlebavetiolatcr ihieatcned to join in the --- .. - -_ j 1 2M, Is"::?. nci', in the City of Tjllah.issec. : l i
month are looked for with prodigious anjjf \- milar us adoption of a Si-I Arrive J. June 12, s>chr. Sarlh. .I.illrvfrc.u- --, rilc.tns 'I ll'm. II. Harper /),,$;, r Thutt.j j A proce.sMon will! be f.irn.eil a. their Lodge Room _

The story hey will. bring will settlot measure, and to hold with us, by O via Tampa, with fjragc for the' U. S. ( Ion ui.L Leei.s I.iringsii&Irat., j in the \la.url1.- Hall a: I II. o'-'ivk: .\. Mand from .
a'iny
01 tin immense ofllis (iftcIutvc1y Committees of Safety, a regular correspon.j! o .1. Onne. jug, .VCfts llxipt.', /Vicritli H, | thtfi'.i-e proceed to the < >> ;rt-r.uui where an addres't ,
the ttc
t 1 The amount I dcncc; thereby to enable the people of our 1 1I !t 1 1.1 1, rclir Warsaw, Flitnp, -21 days from New Yoik, I Lirinz'-lvn.. ) will be iielivere-1' Jibes\ .\. Ilertheltnt. L
that have gone out. Pcnnsylvaiiiati di|!tierent States to with a full 1-Mcl, nulse to sundries. l'a.'* ll-'l.rli-'J',. rBlHE Defendants! in s.ii-1 t suit, :nn-i! a'l!! otherin- Our nf-ijhbourmjsisfrlol t Eges and bre'hern of the j
fed ctcrday afternoon: -on the whole j I co-operate with each other ', L. Tliorr.e, E. E. J.rxJ.:: W. Dclary, F. Hetoickc Mtert s'cd, will lake not n eof the lustitn'iun: thereof HHMic tie <>f :O\ .l I s'aiidms arc re ii; ectfif'y il'it'J

: /avora'.ile.'!'! The U. S. Hank post t II for tht common) _. .safety. and common "eod. R. Wintakcr.Scbr and of the issuing 'fsaiil attachment this diy re- t to |oin in the ceremonies of I the d f iv. '

fjnew ncc-ivcd and : -- C.onc! lie 11 ussy. P. W. Tucker, from T.imra lurnal'le' to the May (special) term of vnd Court : The citizens are MJ'UMICI! to atte nJ and ladies! are _
I s:!fS were wd.' It'as underiw New YORK, Juno 2. I with forage 11011 l JII'l\i'Silll1'i( ) tor the U. S: to j I IaiJ( defendants being non-teident$;) nnd that they i informed that eomforiaUe! scats will bcrcserved for .

(..dlhc An.criran houses would go; through. SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM: EUROPE .7. C ratio. army .ipp-i-ir anti plead,I tu the declaration fi'd! in s:ud cj.se, them. EI TH2 Cl''IMITT'.l.F .Hr.\I(.'. I-TOj.

fir.iNG Tr.APE.-Thc season is nearly I over,I The pack't: *hip Hri;; 6l-uira, CtI.ItIC': fro"! New York in tClcired recording to the st.iiutcs? in such casa ma !te ,nd pro- 5j'No b-'o'h-r will! be'sutDred f> loin the pioces- _
> Pennsylvania
Capt. Smith idcd. GEORGE H .\ H'KINS. sion after i*. !leaves the M.Vionic Ha'L! .1.-tL[
Jur.c t I'J Lucerne
has been brig JFiikir.is.
miserable one it The f"rcw
.
zd i paycbl'Cn,1) !has just arrived, bringing us London to I YUI k. jib JpnI29, 1S);. 11-tf Atty. f"r Plffs.!: -- \
papers \ I 1G3 luilcs: cotun. A DM I i N 1 BtJi1I'7fIFsOtlC 1 ) i _
: that thore has E '
been
pOOl no spirit L .\ the 24th and :
l'tiI __
1 Liverpool to the _. '
,, j-fli!, even if purchasers: had offered. I both< inclusive.I 25th NOTICE. 4-F the Jn'y! term, ''. -haH! tPi': !}( '0 the! Ilonoura- I ______
I I .011/CA'. I I A LL persons tl.pt: have not paid their City Tasts !. Jute lif the COUll'} C.jiirtof; Gaisdrncountv. !
1500 !
12 bales ,
COTTON.- to have been sold I J, Advi<*rs j'omcw Yoik had been received IX vvei-ks after ',1.lte' application will be made: to I j J.BL For the list year, requested to call at r.iy ;! !for. a tln.il: discharge from the a lmmstrann: of S. t V j -
our last report. The ghest sales havet'' t to the 3d of : oirc) dot! the c: tr.te of Jo ep'i'! Fiel li, :. :.
:cc Apnl. They appear to have giv- : the J.ge of the Cotiuty Court fur tile County of: j ; one r Eist of Mr. U.iri.Trd's: & Co. Drue I ct'.c" : .
11 I 1oi fair; t) good fair Mobile Flo- Leon I letters I Store, and settle thrm ivithiii, J. M. :' IX"tI..tnJi l : \
reDt J: en general satisfaction, more that lor of .Ainunis: ration: on the i-saatc of twenty Jay if they I IiV'2i1.
'J.jJatlG Uplandaud; the lowest! 7 1-2 to S. '! portion< of them, \;Iiich consisted particularly I I Madison Taylor !t." uf aid County deceased. \\ i ih) to :ccsu I 1). L. EVAN: TJX (O! C. TT.illahasiee NORWOOD, J trit-j.-s. y 1 1
.
in and April -29 1 IS];
specie W1LLUM MILLS June lot, 1S17. -It t tf1"BJJT1CE. I 3S if z __ __ __
urdmt The principal transactions have I1I I S. .
i !i Bank bonds
of which last a lare June 17h 1 H37. ; --- -- _
13.v ;
I ice in mtdulmg and fair qualities. : at 7 in Id(I I'Utywere',: carried out. Some of the subsc-quan- .-A.I persrm" w ho own vacant lots, or POSTPONED: SALE. 1 I
hal.! i Let work recommend i'* occupy nperty: !113\il qucnt arrivals t
j* i must have my me.
: damped the cheerful to rut down the ecils
I v an I remove all nuisances on of Shirrixl MrCall, 1.1' city of Tail! iln aceu '
fjicc wining the jibuve, later advices have 'I: fe eling created hy the advices to which we rf"HE .Subscriber! having erected! 1.1' ship atI il.rm: f'J"thwilh-cs.: it w ill be dune at t1i1! czpense I II po.stror.cd until T:!.-"'!!.tr, the C7", of June .
rcl'f'1\'rd by die) picket of the 211hpnl I have: allu cll. I I i JL RoachcS i'ton- near i'oilejs Mill, olers hisservices !I I I'.y order oft!:e I 1I\utl.'nt.:; W.V B MCALLJ.t.c t. f ;
_
j to the pul! !11 as a first rate (Gun Smith, pudi I P. EVANS: : I-7 13
if
Lit rpool. Cotton it stated had j I I I City :.Iar"1: il. > Ai'm'mi'trator! j
ad
1:1 is A '
: paragraph in the Venetian I- '
Gazette of April i| is prepared lo do ': users p'.ir.lnti! work. lie al- Jima! lOih, 16:;. .1 1 ItiCRll.Gl -
rceci to 11 I fence per pound, and the gcn'i \ 13th st'itcs: that a dreadful fire broke out j j {.u will I wo.k on Car.ia:L'i oi any o'l.er Smith w ,rk: -_. --- OTCI-;. t, t ,
ol' fur i'avor.iblc '' I 'that i.s tu t. duucia-'i---: I !h I IX weeks aft.-r i ntu 1 \\ ,itt apply lo the Ilcn. tnc I '
1Ip.t things mOl than nIts I one <:S ( E AND HARNESS.N I 8 -
J j h' jihe' of the ':our.ivci.tirt the! cutatyof Lcoa
s dili in di- I -
orr haring work and
i :
'eisinjc'ii-"- i
1011 | ; I -
anticipated. j the night! ortlic! 1 llth A elegant carrnge au-l pair of lnrne;ss Iracs .
and for !
I 12th, which had : tom"is.I to se.-uie to !ijjt ll'Ha! hue of "'. !JfttfS of aduiinistrution( .it :he c laes ot Miroiii.Mil's. l i
l"ij\K\ .--Tin-it1: is a rcit: want cf ronfic a115'd! the loss of some lives and of I i EUiiR pvroiia JJE.2L.; !moun'ed: and! r.ejr'v:" ne'-.-f.r s .le, lrrm- krov/n ThoLnsViki.oa!! ar.d Arthur Ct-lbreih late I '

rc in the comtncitiil I community ajd: n t'ral the runout.t of several! million-: propcitv I i I I l i'}' ; :MI.IS i : ..ltcL'fl:: ; r..:Iy: Jui.e I 11. \Ij: i Iy: j n iihc pp''v;:i,ti I I.; .::o'. J. S. MIE(I'-:.:\P.D.NOTIC'B. uf :ait t court. dec-JJoJ.: May 2"h." lal:.7.11-CALFRED :.

j - -- _ _ -tc : FISHER..
_
---- ,
_
.? d angcmetr w"every i1iii'. Some The London I -- _ -
market remained 1 ---- -
money as 'Imitiisfi-ntoiV Notice.
banks di,c;'uiit v\ih: tulrmblo! freedom !hi .frc. I I .
ic ( Cotton which hid (been A LL Pei V.MS :!i-trtd! to I ilic <-s at-; "fe.I' -; I .
tending HAVEappo.nLcvm! I'. I IiOTICf .
I \I
; J3" r.' .rnf Talljinas-:; IX month* after t'!:tte \'e1:1:I apply! to the Ji'dgei.f
;MS i spatinyl*, iiiul others next to .ullli:1;. downwards! was bcttr-r on the 24lh. I! j:' scna, laic, ol J. :-iorson 'onnty 'l''<'I'al ei'' arc r.4"tc .- 'j I.: !1 *.ce, my ati: >rney -lurnrz iiv: al sci rc from F'Jrid:11: S, th'ltll.ty': .urt of -dsd'-m oiinty, Lr a final
tenant uf-elllt-d plan relative t-,> nnciirnn"ne '' i I :1 tu e" lIe forvard! iiul&e'te I! sansr : Alv who tvi1 ii't onlat I iid: ba ;
tuany iiic-s ihatcoifcrits di-cliaie lroi-! > -i Lt: T I t.II1S! : tf the ot"i'i'Jji
LO"DOofpril 22. I L :rawn: I c'ta'cr ,
nil ih-iie iii'lc'-tid 1 id 'he fir-ii of dildin! and. Iorn! u
\' keopthings; ti.lIt.flt.: .. all I -, It ltccctn's1', day I ii. ,' iiitert-', l-ui to ;'i!! su: s that: have Lten, or mav 11<:, .1 \ : :'sroli> I <-t.>ti'i"'I'! !"reasf d.JACOB .
clear 1nrd I
tunic that the \ ir l. coinfonvaid: t: 't iiuj'ne iininuii.iie) i.ivin'ui- I ,
]' h-i- be d I
a!t.r iiibti u'> .lIld 1
i.ir
aai.ist: P
: me. WILDER I .
|u!,e cr. the money nuiktt i is not .as tight. as st!tate and a.l ) Ad.nini.sW.l. -
j I prospects of our money market (IC- : th'-so liavini; ilcaiaud.- S jtratori
!
.:t! ("u. On( the contrary, theie is a li.ge; '! t'lin.vill;I piesciu I tliein to the 'u' '.erut'er, j'rojx.ly : J
pend the news from America : I May K'th.:: 1-37.: l'J' 1's .-
upon and thatpjcartnces Cl'.1: MT.Jt t':-h, |h7. ; <
jiscsr; of unemployed' ) capita pt '. :nuthciiticnteiiiln' 1 ,. tht; nn tr pro-. r1bL b; law, UI ---- :_ ___.________ __ .tI- Il 5 i J I
notes a ---
: i
'I constantly change here as the i tla';' wil! be harri'il Ifn'\.cn'. i roILwoul.: ; .\dmini'tI.UOI... 'Notice. ( _
I
-ng: at H per t rent per annum, vihich is i ': character (If that inttlhgcncc changes. It I has LJ.-.NK'/.AilFOLSi! u Adiu'r.. 1 I IX weeks aUtr d.itc, 1 sh lit apply to tilt [Ilcn. the r J (

:: per tout less i Ja1l1a'y) >old fora month I1!. !bei-n fur I the most part of a very gloomy dc- |j.i j. June !17h: I IS.>',. .1 lS.s.vIttixioii : : Ri .j ST.TItA.. .!!-y:! cxptr-td ai.dvl'; Ju.ise of th< coitv; eosj; '. ot Leon counsy: foe t I
.
!, i"f lLl' l'\hof .1 foi hIt: ,
1 1 un I r U:1l'. H '
::e. nings arc, geneially, recoveiing, :: srription, but .sum1 gleam of hope has been ? IIfHI'.C.r !etiers ot adiniii'stratio.i ot the entire of Aa II. .. J j
j. '
-":i t
or p< c app'lu,
&ntocks ha Rhodes, deceased. EDY-! AltO I>. GRANT..M .
It, \ c declined tins wcel.thll 1 derived toI.Ifrom I i
--
l the
fact .
of the banks of I --- KEl & KIKSEV-[
his IH established t
fillowiay : 'H as I n yU Ji -37. II-::'is !
i DJS hid; no influence on the inntket. I I N. Orleans having; consented to assist the r!luui! "('' TIlE! RATES or 'h e oJ."' JOsKlMI TaU.lnas, Mny -< 7thIS7. -10-:3i: .. : t i _

r LRRtNT :MONLI.Oii theIwlc, the: ,,: houses which were in difficulty there, for those :: MANSION I1OUSC : -ADMT.\TSTUATOII'S( NOTICE. ::5 A OTICE. I f I I

|asarc less mail- they were last wet-k ; conf.\ iurcs: pressed in the first instance n.uJ: niiJ i L ,1 I :.i:_', per month, Sl.V 1 I TRAYED from the uJ"Cf1Jr on the night of the t
with the ; d 2 t ." IX ;;-ceI! > after iatiI !lal1'i'Ilr' to the County 15th instant, n lar:e sorrel inare .Il'Lt.., :ny [per I'
.:eii! western Safety Fund money is unnj -1; gieatosl: severity upon New Yoik, and if the 41 cinde! ek iy, 11.><) .- Court of JefT-rMin. for !Sellers of administra'ion son tiiidiiiij% her, arid \\ili reurn or give notice ot" the' .

and the consequence is that they are L j merchants in that place were left to sustain without Ix-dgiiijj per \\month, *JO.i on the estate* of .Eli Sealv* late of said coun'v dec'd..May same to the sabM-iu-er 5 niiloN! E of T.'Itli"secor ,. :'
i per
Iwnat little lower -J7 Idti7. li-ULS MAir: ANN :.'LY. to It hayward, EJ Jr. m T.ll..Iiasi, will' b- LLerallyrewarded. 1
a rates. Eastern notes j I that t additional% weight, there could be little I j I i Dinners. per lac-nth- -2rt. ----- HARDY CROOM!
(taken Ct'ht'IO\1y; at 1 to I 1-2. All oar I! liojin nf tlicir; fulfiling nTkrt the extensive cn- for vi-ut irstir g.": ts, *. !1.Drr.'kr..t NOTICE. .-jls flt.it. J. GUKIX.- j ,

nlIUuHs! under live d.ilhrs, in cuculution, j g.igemrat; : < they arc under to the English mcrc LoIn-! nn I "Hr-J'cr, cn h 50 7-.11.cenls." t. \I- rtsv.iiis i.idi.i.ic.1; u the estate of Rihard< W :} i.

Itliiois of tac New England banks ; th chants. With that weight removed, it us not i UoarJ li.r -erv..nf: per nion-h, .S0. .1J1.'tattrtI, 31lllho..e me rcqacsu-d: make !immediate piyirm FLORIDA HOTEL.TUEsub -t tI tilt 9
I hav.nclaims against sa-d e-.:ale ,rribcr having, taken this; /lar e and coin- # .
.c lal.e them witb confidence. U >DERT ARMSTRONG. I ;
great by any means certain that they will sare! will be authentic-led
get and pre -rnicd within the time : I
:& :.-Gold and IlherIrc now articles f I Im.handize i t through; so that the hope which the temporary St. Joseph; May 1. S37. ____ :-:. picscribed bv law, or they will be forever bnrrrd Starr, takes" house plta&ure, f.'imtrly in saying occupied that ;l.e by is Cnpt.no\v Jas.B. prepared i I .

and arc bought and sold! like as-istaticc at New Orleans has produced may j C 4traytIrtun .vu Mark*, :. hindsome; Rnan: PO- June3l&1 ?__ .1 15-tf JOHN 17.LER for the nception: of company. lIe will! ent.a- .) t t

nihmg else. Hills on Lnglind of an nu- >:<: turn out in the end to the quite fallacious The 1 K5 .\Ii'\\j'ha''lluJi: Ins MnrTEN, DuL- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. our ut all urnes !o r..U t.> :he ioinfopt of Lis guests, I '
zed ; j I l.-\R. u'.fll.c 1 jrivei L fur a'prinsion: !: anJ dcLvcrv and L.i hoj.e will L.ie tvelatendcttt.verants.{ His t
: churucttr, are so 'caice that those !I IIII I'I\'alc accounts from New Yoik show th-jt'I at Mr. lhiklev'! >' /cs. J.J M. AI \1STHO\'G. lLL persons who Inve any dcimn-li aqain ;1 the tabic at all times will be "vij'p'.ed with every deUar ::r

2rematances to make, arc compelled! IiI i t they were not aware of the worst state to. June 17th, 17.; 1 13 Ivv'n .l : U'tliiain: : Pat'eri.n' late: ot JtCk.IIO r. (the country affords! ; ilk icr with cf vice\ices aril '

:atJer of necessity, tobip SCCiC. Theavqurnce ;' which the money maiket in London hid: been -----j- -I-\.OnJi. _._ I County, deceased, arherthv suW-ribeis.tf (1\J.".etl to jriacntth'jm I I l l"ifln or* ; and hi;* :.t.:11! lo rcadifte-I by a careful ." '
n ; without delay tl' tl that a large amount is going: for11.1br j l brought) ; not of the full .,. 1 and attrn'ive ho-t'"r. lie hop s by tiniernitting: ;
consequently .
extent ;; < oi :Llo: ti e _.1 itt I.: : JOHN W; I'A TTEI OX. ) Execu atrentiun; and a well( conducted 1'Je... t: rae.it a
every. packet. Those bankers who i, of f the ni deal. throi )h which the merchants The ,.'WARSAW, (lP!. V:;itI.T I, ALFRED WOODWARD j tors.) ptit-liC; pill.Mananna '. .,''. I

Uithe banks: suspended specif, made: it n : would have to pa.ss-that to send either bills ., ;: :.f : -. w ill sail as bove. For In-i-;ht t-r f I.i is. June ?, K>7. 13: tf"yoTici WILLIAM NICKELS'shareoT 1
'' )piwisi': haviiijj" hiiidsomu iciunun-j-, )- j June :3 15.17 J3-:.
(
principle not to draw spr-cii-, now j ohbeitv F produce would be fact !; J ,
in to no purpose, and .1: daiiiar.. apply t., ihc Japiaiu U! Lj a.-i. i I ---, --. ----. ._ ----. .
(IJpcifrct to s-lrp as much as their j that .nothing but specif, which. it i i.? impossible --" -- St. Ma.ks J-ine 17. 1J: 1!; P Gt.le note.hCI'ctJy; g.vtn that all dehu! | .'.\ L'"TO S 4M 11

I ies: or r.jttnst may dirert. The conf! t or theft to piocuic)l to the amount -- --' every dcsicrijnioii, due and! owing Ly onv ; crs. 11 I A LL fr n" arc here cauti'fcdng! "l1n.'t trJJin; t
1 tItce IS. that the crnoum: i. double! !t: will do. m icquired \OTICI:. -I -s. in Fiunda; to the ia'e Crji ot James: Hamilton! ,j /jBLi'-r a note of birnl, givf-ri by the subscriber to t>- 'J t I .
going i hc.r,.bi...1'1)), hat tluity driy> after date, >li- and S'n, the r.naf Hamilton 9.L
h'tthat l apj; or an.l Cl'C.1! the :i: llaldtr. dated{ Jtilv, l'l;. for i-ae hundred! and fifty q
went torwnrd when specie was : There was an eagor look-out Kept to day call 'ti vi i he inill'to tin Honorable. Judge of the I' Cr.yt t New-York. a. .lS: ) all property belonging to } lolars! payabJantury! 1-17: ; as ha\.ep.11Jt.CiaU1t (I I .1t

Uiytlit' tJwk for further news, but it did, not reach the ,, fount} i-jurt .f Lc n fir J1lll'.IWtv sell the reai: said fin: ill F.onda. ho: been duly assigned to me ; a i.d h'.!d a receipt. agar.t! :ud ... c. I
[XIlNGE lnLlrN.W't are in a stale during! the hours of city .itcl'cri.iiiat'cr! : "criL-t-d tc'cUpiuj:; :o the etLe: n- their! trus'e--l'y virti'eof an :!nstiumc..tof a.sign-' -May ::. 1 :7. ;- .: !. J. ROACH. : t i 11
I' business. It was intima-, :': 01 1 \\lL B. Nntt1l, .Iu'e. set!, :cctiVfI ).3 tJ, lll.j 3';, I. ifl.-!.t. I'att-u' 17 April, 1::;', a.I persons indebted: to' -- -- .. : :_ .
[sier! suspense in laTton to Foreign billn -. ted, however that the I ,I'IUs : : : (;(POi).. H
; Shaltspear, New York o f t..\ .isLi: 1, .all_ c 1, North alill ElooL--tEl\ either "f the aby.c firms will thertfo-e pay tlc -lth : \
1' the billJrawcrs ritlicr failed I I'htlr :,.. 'J' I It ::5 :.- tut.i E.NV I NV 1 j r aut'ior ae.J Wm II r Sub crib-.rr l.a- from .New 41
or packet, which vas to have lelt that city the |E !l"1.011 1. : 4 to in'- (> my a-vnt, Cro-lie Tallv! I [ > ju t ie--tur
bill* come back. Tbo'c who stand 30th five on I'': , and doubt decline! \ days after the St. Andrew, was spo- ,, V" t I, 'J'I' JJ'l, E 8 'r' .I, u ; S F: ., E I ... r.'.!, :I ; street \\-Yok.. -tl I ct ant I M-TH *.'iuu-,, IILi! ':, Gr.-tn and I 1'3h1ia 5 '1
: beyond drawing to ,. ken orT Holyhcad nt G o'clock: yesterday j E i NV :, E J N E t, -e--t:on 7, W J N 1C i L and S -.- -- -- t jNOTICE" hnll'J"L-; d Si'u.mo: C'ni.., of a variety of colours ; I

ton ldem/lc! extent. The bi'ls' from the 1 J.I morning, bearing down for the Mersey. A : \v 1, v ou-n \ T 5, It J, H RiE\ LI.b N j. 1 and 7oi : i I Iii f,( Drt---. and Froch. CVatZtbra Plaid and '

.th arc nearly done! coming, aiid if they arc I letter has also been ': accuoiiii.Ty.I Ri>, s .\. E. LL pror.s indebted to the late firm '.1 Ki-rrand{ !i White: Vt.mI'!> i ; D4 JK. L,.luior. nt-beJ; Satia f.,ccf!, *
received the North
jcned, no one will touch them unless tlw.tndorf.d South American at and ; MARY \'/. '. U rT.jLL, ..: LS'itir>e-> will nuke naieoae m : payment to James I t!I SIr''t'.l.II; t Plain <"ick% ar.d {:anrorns "'hi:,- '- Il
\ [ Coffee house announcing j I Adm'r W B \Ultllh'c'J! I .1 Il.'rtlllIt.t Es<;r. as Ijriher: indulgence! cannot (be I Lawn Lu.cJ. fj:,a f.ic'sd w. !lmy: tc.! for Pant a ,:

hour. Hanks litre.Vc are ;I that the Orpheus, with advices of the 1st instant I j J'fferson C"tiiity June 17th, 1i7. tj" /i ranted, UtICf\\ .s': the! same Hill b> put in U.ti\1Jl.- g rcat\.n :j"or\'e"lit--, L'n.n .Murts, Collars, ard15ooiis. ;
aiiMoiy to learn tho fate of an nn- was off Hol) head. The wind fair. __ iiniinaidv. P. KERU:, A centra! oituitat t-f! Hi ",,;}*, $! c. -I'suan i
trail Hntlunt..ofLills that have forward was I TI\ IHH I ,\ U'o ICe"',\ltD. 1:'-::" ; DANL.D. STURGES.1MT citt-tisr.c! -sjrtmen: of ,
gone ; LIVERPOOL. .
25. Tall.il '
April I from I he PuMv Stable in ----- -
advices were by the Pennsylvania to i It gives us the greatest pleasure to be able ; t STRAYED:Hk !,ay MULE, U S m.irked: on t'.cI L I LETTERS: ierm: ,i.lIthe Post Office Ready Made C'lotliiu: :' ,
Hlb April had then broken otln at Tal.tha! .tc: on tIc Kt of Jvne:37 ./raon: which are upwards of two huntipd B->uiLa- : .
they just heard of the to slate that Ihe news received I right shoulder, ihc- feet very much -no i r : day !
on Saturday if tak, htfjrc the irr., Tl.ibct, h'rJCrlr: Gambler! White andP.rown \ 1
Nmenccmont ; marks rerollerted l The nbivc reward will 10 paid: not ::i nut expiration ot three raonths
of our stoppage, and as they last l led by the New York packet ships of the 30th i on delivering snJ described Mul 1 nt ih' 1'uUic will be .rnt tot'! > General PosinfFce as l Linen Drcvand Frock Coats Roundabout: :: I

|*" ] in rapid succession, and would reach of April (both of which were purposely detained I!; LIes (,r to Mr. llacklev., and all reasonable exp n SI.l-1 A!
$:and t by every subsequent packet our ad- to the 3d inst.) has gone very far to restore i l JOHNS. ISSEX. I I Anderson John. Aihly Lc'y, A!laley L' moat fcvhinnaMe 'manner, which be is dispij-cd to ; : --I J

rnut be more nnd more important by evHy confidence in all i Tallahassee, June 1 HI h, 1837.: 11 3vvr ; tin. Jnnc, AudrXsiuarj Aml or. jtf"*,A1ton Chiai les st-il very rtxsonab'c lor ca-h cr approved. credit. -
interested in .
IJ1RGE.
persons I I J.
B0d\vm! II. D. gro\\; n I R. H P.ea.lurd Joh.i, l%: >x- _
!!tesscJ., the packet of the 1st .June, the American: trade, and to remove the deep I I TO TIIK PI'RK11'. t'rnVritatn( I'r.-d'cy' Jchn: >,lcni'jry! Kennccih, Cra1 1 C'>uitiv: me (.t'lltar.J ftM!, wishmy to pur- .". "

|here, but few biils vent, and those at the and settled gloom produced by the frightful intelligence 1, S EALEU ProjHjsul', will o.iccwv. il I at Chauaj j j.D Ilertor, IJiirns Jol n. H:til-'V' William. I I IChiM.n chase.vill fi.llllt to ihrr mteres: to call at tl',e abo'ItC "j ,. -
P IKXK-IUC ?o-i Juice for tlc lianspent-il-on ol i establishment[ Tallahaise-,iil :9, b: ;.-35it.j""O I '
tofUtolGper cent. The remittances [ JpMali.Chtc-elHMr.ii! ;!h Pr. \:. K. Call! R. :
brouht by the packet thip of the the Mail 1 liom J to tins oihce tw jE a wt-i-k Ly land ,| ---- "
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p n) j 119, Cnrter J.\ if", Car.nVIlbm.! CaTHhersW.
mostly III fCI>, hich is laid down riCE.-Duringiay :>!hence from the Tern'oll -
in 24th of March. These two packets have IllI and.: (roin Apal.i-hfula: Po-,1 oihce. per annum, j..i11 Calhouu! Elt/ tbtli,Crokcy Joseph 2. Coltman. ] jj
II lliK'.sy
tld P-icr. ill
on about 20 ry net as my agentfl ,
it per cent premium; al.bih15 brought, in addition to considerable remittances ( unii ti.t-2tth day of this i pri-si'nt inuiitli .1. n. transaction of his m my n.ne will! be dti'r acknowledge. \ ,

t is much worse than bills, yet t there in gold and dollars, ar.d several hundred Per order ofll't-: Departtn-! f"lIhtny Sir-li: } \V. Davi- G It'ore; N. Dicon .! by me as lawful.' ANSON HANCOCK. i t ; :

'Meel security, and in case the Itank of thousand pounds worth of the bills of the U- I JOHN CAYFItfl, I> P. M. Samuel, Duval ff AHen 3, I D din-y JanuesV: DuvalVi'illiam I Ta1l.'haeerri! -O.h. 1'37. 37-tf. :
11-w .
i and has June : d. Ij. P. 1 D.itiiel Slit Tm,ii, taiietSucai., a.;' .
l suspended specie payments, the nited States Hank, which are as valuable andas : : lln----: Felt John!' Fi'b' Snm,itl. Fountain. P. I NEW Sl'UINU (IOODS.UST ) ) j
would Le FOit E\-y j
Jutancc a very profitable! one. easily negociable! as the Bills of the Hank GrimcsSolrnh.Gaz.l'\ttY T; (7reeiiR Margaret received fro'u'e\-Y.Irk and! naltnr.ore. a g

PKIUNCE Domehtir_No improvement of EnglJnd.the highly gratifying intelligencethat .JJ- The picket ship OCONEE, J 0 JJ' l"i.n, |i iF h -.11 Charles, thiwkus Wdltam, llukins Michael: 2, J:'ar-'f and handsoma.bonm'-Bt of fancy &MapIc! _.
.ever\ in relation to 'Itrtiis Robco" HacMey Robert J. ll rcllGrcn H. Hat Hardware "s,
Domestic Exchanges.'i : the Hank of the United States the for A,'mht or passage, havm*; Icgnni! dry goods, reati. m.Ic Clothn'g. ,
object
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1 tart Wil I JStcphen. I Hughes Is.i.ir Hcni.crsan
i.lITI.llancy -
: contrary, they are wors and furnished accommodatior.s ; apply to the j ec.: nz'mack .
of
[lieU!! a Dill! the South worse. General Jackson's unrelenting persecution, master at St .Marks% or !ii Robert Ly,'n, Fredciifk, 1 llogui Nancy 2. Ilollis 1 1 William, Grode Nap, Swiss. anl 1 Lutestring: Silk,
on aud Vest t i in imbth1e has come forward in the utmost need of the in Tallahassee.! } 1.1-tf h Hal' William, harley Thomxs, Ileniu- Amy C, L'll11aist-3uper Primed, French &. Jaconet Mus '
: nearly all (the returns that can be had mercantile classes to afford them I Hayes P. O. I lins. d'

purchasing at the South, Eastern relief every possible UANTKU.A : lolcr John :.2, Johnson Priscilla, Jones Thomas GrodeNa1i.ScotchStripe. Plaid ard chcck CID or and facility in making remittances. who well Johuston Alcx.iudcr, 3-jnca Lcniou, John&on D.V.. hams.Super -
ItIled I Slates Bank notes at 5 to B GOOD bar keeper, can come recom- .
|-MDt. ;per cent. to England anti discharging their heavy liabilities jm.me ided, to wtorn a fur conirK-nsitudi will be Ka'ltnback John. Krin<'h, Figured, Fancy and other Print
Our merchants: are cruelly treated to this country, and that in tho manner given AY NICKELS Lester Wi'liam 2, Lambeit John, Linton Thomas, Lisle Lace, Lisle msertmjr, Caps and Cul ilrs. !: t r -

1l11.Vrel'nt"condition ofthings. All mer- most convenient to themselves. Mariannn, June 3, I37SUMiiH. 41-3ls Lj.sC'imb] James T. Ladies Filmed Satin and Gauze lldkfs .,
atimcn now sce the utter of The consequences Mills Henry I. Miller William, Minov lltnry, Mc- Fancy Prunswirk Scarfs, and! P.iris Collars. u -
impossibility *f this arrangement will be that the r : :: RETllEAT. Bride U, Muny Wi :i"nIcrritr Jpmcs Moore Lades: and Geutlcnieu's horse kin Glove! f i '

-ales ilCliQg" inland bills without an United New York merchants, instead of being compelled : subscriber is now repairing his premises W'ormly R, Moor Joseph, .Vartin Thomas F. Af.ller Curls Bead Bags, Cambric HdkU t 1 t

"take to buy private hills to be remitted to THE will be ready for the reception of visitors Elizabeth Jtfollcy It. S. White and Black Snk HUM.- .I-
this the 10th of nextmonth.Preparations Nash JMi'.es.Patrick '! ro'eon.hite Saun, Satiii F.-ct-d, and Browa :
E which bills by -
when
CONSTITUTIONLAWS. country they arrive are John Prince W. Putnam John G.2 .
AiN7D TEl E arc made for Sea Bathing and every George Drill in:
scarcely negociable on any termi, will be able exertion will lIe used, for the comfort ol those who IVtcreon Peter I'lllul'rV' A., P. .W. Tusc\villa, Shirt Collars, BC'OlTh3 and Sa.tin Stocks. .

7 OWy-M[ to furnish themselves with the bills of the U- may feel disposed to patronize the establishment.S Futuam fcCroskey 2, Rouse .Canada, Roland John, laJia Rubberand Cotton 5-uspenders.
'elo, TI>C IN PHIL40ELriiU.-At a nitod States, and other first rate banks CROS1JY. Rowles Patimer, Ran 1\111S David Cotton bails! Spool Thread: and Cotton lldkfs.Co'louade : .,

,_ lJ meeting held in Philadelphia, said reasonable which on St. Marks Light-House, May 20, 1837. 41-3is Sapp John Sessions Coleman R. Scegar John I Chambrays, Sheetings and Shirting, etc. .
lbe !.urgest ever assembled in that terms, will be discounted Simpson Frederick J. Sapp A. J. D., Smith A. J., KElt'T-M-lbK CLOTHING. .
r jons city without hesitation by every banker and money NEW GOODS. Switzer Ama 2, Shanon John. Consisting of every variety of Fancy and Plain Pan&I 4tal.ons.
I Wele in -
1td ln i passed, answer to recent broker in England. subscribers return their thanks to their Thompson Noah Treay Austino. Round Jackets, Summer Coats, and Vests. .:: :

:8Ia New York and Boston which There will therefore be safe I Tile and the public in general, for the liberal Ulmer Ann C. Umphrcy It. 2. SILK AND FUt ",1':. .
at and
't titd a n organized resistancw to the ic- once a encouragement they have received, and solicit a Vnss Dou las. Vass Edmund B. 2. White and Black broad and narrow brims--Fashionable !t

of Government to the Custom satisfactory mode remittance to this country Continuance of their patronage. They are daily re- Wilson William C, Wyatt W. II. White Elijah, Palra Leaf Hru, lined unit shaded. i -

and Pot Offices. The and time will be given to collect and remit celvjn-from New York and Baltimore an assortment I Warren Albert, Wither llorrrce, While; lIon. J. M.WilUon GROCERIES.Consisting i i -

e j Resolutions in the most convenient manner. the large of superior Goons suitable to the seasons. Purchaser Samuel. of evcrv variety, too uumerou to men- .-
n strong language all Yent Alexander Yat Marcus D. Young George. All of which oiler to the city or country .s
attempts to amount of are requested to call before they buy and examine tion. we
the execution .f! the laws of Con- specie which it is now universally fur themselves. Low for cash. I ICPPersons calling for the above letters will please trade, at wholesale or retail on very reasonable '
I *Orders of the Executive allowed must be sent to England without de, DUVAL & HUTCHINS. say advertized.) I. G. SEARCY, P. M. terms. G11.. i T. E. LINDE:BERGEL. i -

under them, lay. That sum, it is admitted, must amount Tallahassee, April 21st 137. 37-tf I Tallahasse, June I, 1837. 44-3w Tallahassee, April 13tb, 1637."r t1 -

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p -- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Groceries Jnst BecelTed. T Afresh suppjy of this VALUABLE MEDICINEjust .Jadkin ,Patent 8pe"e, OintSj

_________________________ theBrig Howell we justreeeived a large received. The abave Ointment ot.re to the. plti

JOT <'E.-Slx months from dale I I'ill npply to BY choice assortment of G GRCER1ES which tale and certain remedy thO. oblinate.t.

1 8 the honorable Scars Bryan, Judge of ihe Coun1 ONSJe we offer for sale on good terms,-viz : ome of which have so l ngtffled ?

:} Court Jackson County, to In discharged fromllitftnrilicradiuiniMiation I 100 bbl Baltimore Whiskey I science. -

-. i J l of the estate of John Uiz. I 50 N E Ram 1st White Sweln&lor every description"

f' th' 'eard.VILSON; ROYAL, Adm'r.April 25 Country Gin 2d Sore Legs Ulcer of 100lladiD.

; --', 1817. 37-6m 50 Champ.C..gnac,Peach & Apple Brandy 3d Schirrusor Glandular 'umolr; f" '

I mQ m m g1 IJD1ir" 10 Casks Malaga WiDe those! hardened t.. IQn in womeD'

-, J;:. WOTI'E.-) | ix: mouths afterdate I *hall presentiny Auctioneer & Commission Merchant. 20 bbls Old Monongahela Whiskey, limes terminate in ulcerated eancers.4th bral"bi .

\ I. aCCIIlll.ts 111..1 vouchers to I the lIon I the Co: Madeira, Port. Sherry Wines Felons or what some people know by th
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1 1\ ('urt ot Leon Count\", as administrator (.n the estate QillLIS IDii rQ Mondays\ & Saturdays.For Old Irish Whiskey warranted <<:nwne. o* Catarrhs of every description. **%

4 tlf Jacob llorger: ilcr. and apply for letters dist I 25 bbl Mol I5e', 5th Rheumatic Pain of the joints.6lh .

I.I, --oy nil Mid c-t1t,.. TKPHliI-: -* W. SELL, Sale. 50 Baltimore superfine Flour, Sprains and Braises of every deseriptio. .
\ t Match: 25th, 1-37-: 3.5 CmAdiiiiuisfr.tloiV TRACT orland, consisting! ofl280acies, in 15000 lbs Baltimore cured Middlings and Ha.ns, whatever pait situate. *|

---_ _ A Ihe centre of the La Fayelte Township, and' 100 boxes Raisons 7th Teuerlloralkind*. In this complaint

I ; 'J. Xol ('e. I about 4 miles from Tallahassee- consists! of the 50" Prunes lient. applying Ointment mast keep Ik T *

1 1' tuft\ n,-xt Julv TVrui of Gtdbden Counly Court 9th and 16th Sections nflhai township} which he 3000 Ibs best Loaf Sugar out of wafer- ****

\ ... .1 we will presrnt C1I." nrcnUIIIl.ar.d'ouchers, us contiguous filr their whole length, and form an 100 kegs water Crackers 8th Chilblains, or part affected by frost.

) I :1Jmiui trat.1rsonlhe'satcof: Cullin Edwards, fen.I. oblong of: 1 by 2 miles. Thre lilUrths section 30 boxes and kegs Tobacco, assorted quality. TO THE PUBLIC.

p I. deceased. to the lion. Jud:.;e of said: Court, and pray 40 bags I aquira and Rio Coffee The following! communication, addressed
t 9 consists (If first rate hammock and the whole l
$' i 4 t ':obciichrtd: therrfl om.Ii 50 kegs Whilo Lead :::ji:_ pneior! of Judkm's Ointment, from th, Honlt
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of of
it is ihe best quality It has been
J'J1INEDW.' \ ROS, pronounc 200C best. Spanish Segars Tohafere. member of Congress,is highly inte
? I CULLEN; EDWARDS, Jr.Administrators. cd by competent Judges to be one of tbe best sec 5 hhds Sugar PREPARED SOLELY from vegetable matter by gratuitous manner in which ii is made *

h lions in that very fertile and valuable township 50 hags Back Shot, (, Baltimor- which may be feelings of no ordinary character lowards'ti t,

i s U Nov. 12 1EG i- 14-fim( Section 16 is generally rood oak and hickory land 30 keg Duponts and Coochs' Powder taken with perfect safety by all ages & in all diseases humanity ; and is rertnlyfel descnin

t 1 portions of it of a superior quality, and( of thin 40 boxes Sperm Candles its cure are for the following diseases :Dyspepsia, attention. o p -
t-:}'. --r- months after ibSc, I shall apply to the Loss of Appetite, Indigestion Inflamalion! ol the Sto-
50 Smoked Herriugs. 'V
character of soil which has been proved{ to be ? Jan.23
41f; ,q //on. 4'11111r'111ft of Li-on count for letters of Dist -, I 10 Tierces Rice mach, Heart Burn, Dir- ha, sentry or Flux, Piles, Sir-Ilhas been wish:UIJGTO lor a ,1_
the of full of fine my
1\Cst111.1apled to production jl
mission i from the administration( of the estate: of Robert crops 50 Boxes Brown Soap. Fistula, Obstructed Mensuration, Ague nnd Fever, f> communicate to the c,1nsiduabl ,
.J colton. From the facility ol clearing this last you god l-
section -
Remittent Fever Fever Scarlet
dec Billiousor Typus ,
f Cojuland. : 50 doz. !bottles Porter and Cider. hue ulcd the ointment invented by Mr.Ji-1",
I S. //. HJDLEY, admr. it may be made very soon available as a 100 pieces best Cotton Bagging. Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire which I now understand i is trade nnd sold I

?. .1:111.2118.7 ai-Cm( plantation.: : 100 Coils ., Hope AslhmaPlcurisy, Measles, Yellow er.Costiveness appointed by 1 have applied ihisVi by .
Thetract is veil\ watered Wind the Stomach or bowels Cholera Mortal. yourself
on
stream
I having a large 5 cases India Preserves during ihe last years to
I MONTHS: after date.: shall exhibit mv ac- running through il, in a healthful section of the 10 barrels No. 1 Shad Consumption, Influenza, Colds, Coughs, I Infhmationof and wound, without failure to every sperjcg oft

: ( L_ counts! and vmicheis, to the lion Judge( the country, and affording beautiful situations for a Lead, Corn,Brooms Chocolate, Pepper, J\..lIpl ,, the chest, Palsy, Gout, (Iheumatism. Infi.imaiory instance. I consider it the mo produce,t deeididand\a CUre 1
!; ('ounv: court for Leon a adniivtranon: ont sore throat. Croup, Inflamnlion of the heart, Dropsy,
J county residence. The rail-road from Tallahassee In St. Putty, Demijohns, Pr served Ginge-Currants'I arnnrands. remedy in all cscs oftumrr, be the Camay cf
%I; the cvaoof Goo. Moore, d.ceVed.VM.. FISHER Walnuts Cinolmol1,Tur-. Rickets, Disease: of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficult; ,
Door Matt. and
"" Marks now its will alTorcl English .1 hac found nothing
". r }December .*", I IS'JO.:}(; 17(5-m( near completion, a Teas of making Urine,Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous Scrofulous so l'o for 1OU
and
f I -- -.----- --__-- cheap and ready access to market for its produce.A pentine, Imperial, Gungowder, Hyson affections of the members and &Mercurial allY description. It may be proper to !
) j Scotch Snuff !bottles Caster Oil, Opodildock, Vin- Iii| aments cure of the tumor called tIle unite I\d. '. t.
t / :N OriCl"Six months sificr date! I will prr cnlmy long credit will be given for the greater part Dro\vn.LclTlon Sirup Copal Varnish and Veneral diseases, Ulcers, Sores Affectation 8f "U

t ( ;. vitiirhers and papers or the estate Cyrus of the purch.ise money. For terms apply to R. Y. czar, Spanish. of the skin, & all diseases arising from Impure Cloud, by tar most distinguished physicians f j,
&c. tic low
For
Salmon, J-c. !s by and have decided
'.(' h ()" .1T.'''I'll, li-oea i .1.l ti> ili.i' Jinc! C1 of the county court \VcllfiirJ Price they would,
Tallahassee the bottle 2. \Yithoula
Esq. proprietor. [ $
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or to &T.E.LINDENBERGEEt.Tahlahasee.Oct. : per
:, I : "J 11.).if. co'jmy of Oad!..>loi>, fr a final settlement, and G. H. &r medicine has effect and lion, prove Iltalto the patient, was
THOMAS RANDALLTallahassee powerful as a Spring
12-tf
t I'.rav 1.r U-Urisof: diinis-al' tlirrcfrom.JOHN 29, 1836 0 diale notice, by the use of ullkin'a,1'
whose constitutions
Full Purifier in those
1 I..'t i I'. g : February 10, 1837. 27-tf, require and the is in fine health
1 t ) \\ YNN, L.' cutor. LAND FOR SALE. nourishment and new vigor ; such persons would !.Je patient j his limb ale'

; I. j'O" \ \: _Cr.th,.1530.:. _.__ .. ,_.__ ._____ ...___ IS Slable.s-foniicry: Peter Ilobinson. Subscriber is authorized to sell three valua-. much benefitlcd by using two or three bottles, which the ness tumor Also being that the restored of to t perfect state 5(15%

\ I I (cb i IX: months al'irr due I I shall: \ nrnly to thc I Hon.I I j 'rTHE following:: rules and regulations are adopted THE Tracts of Land situated within 5. 12, 4* 25 i may be taken without regard lo drink o diet. Many and, leg an aged man that ad
: one dreadfully uIceritiT
: t-: I.C? Jud:;e lit I tlic County Court cit' IrtTirson County for the ;government of the above stables, and will\ miles from Tallahassee. The first contains about: persons :are diseased for the want of blood being put fare\ollndct the k e.hiLitet nee to foot, and which .
f'lrtil.a! discharge fr. the administration of the 1920 Acres 150 cleared The second 520 Acres 60 I rified. Thousands of persons arc destroying their constitutions (1
will
: :\ ; 'ni be sti icily observe'' it is hoped ihy give general than two had lecn considered: ilcu l
.I '-4.. estate of: Bciij.iniiii: Stcv r.s, late (11| s liJ C uiniy.p1 satisfaction! and prevent any misunderstanding.The cleared. And the third 880 Acres about 200 cleared., by neglecting to apply a proper remedy ; to years cured the .,
.! I' ; CH I M r LL;:, McCLKLLAN. m'r. 7/iioofa These lands arc equal lo coy in middle Florida and I such the Panacea will be more than double valuable ment. 1 mention by these two application ofJudki4.
cases which
1 ,
; '.4. t', !' Monticcllo: ]2th t :M.wh, I S3": 32 Cm.lor Hack and four SI l3: 00 per day, will be sold on terms :advantageous: to the porchaser. tl certain and effectual means of restoring them to immediate notice and fen nt

I : I ....-._. --- IIack ant! pa II' 7 f>0Snlkey H. W. BRADEN. perfect health and vgor: i few families are exempt my evidence of the of management this as a dtojg
\ March 15th tf. 32 from Scorbutic Affections which exhibit various efficacy remedy in cases u
1837.
.. J\ : and horse : 0<) Tallahassee symptoms Ir
J WJTTKK&iN'AVYHRKD.; : mors nnd ulcers. I have
experienced as
: ; .\ If, 50 r'iri.i"\: i rtln rn l.mtir, a first la article.. Single:: horse -00 700 week Land for Sale. as and Eruptions Ulcerations all arising, Debility impure, Loss of blood Appetite the go)d effect of this rwncdy in the cure dee,
do ,
do! ,
per Digestion
t ta; 1 \r lOll IVuri-K ;N.ny, 1'nud.vouiil Acres of first rate Land 500 oljLOlr" ]I and of every spccie-i of fresh wound. ,
Horse! at Livery 25 0.1 per month -g 4 t4"b an if not properly attended to, are sure to produce aeema.
4 I i J..I }1. t. I \ resp'-i-it'iilly" e.t..11 l the altciitinn:: of Hail-road: do do 1 > per day, whih is cleared, about 20 miles; th{. greatest injury to the consliiution. Panacea if recommended tuny one who be \i observe on the its operatioahiriinimrvt 06

I fun:tractors I" the l-n.id.\ Single feed (12; i from Tallahassee, for sale by It. J. 7/ACKLEY, in all seasons of the year, and in particular must satisfedls to beneficial
I i -S.d.. f 1 Jn-t ivi't ivul I r bin: .Vidas!: from Baltimore and 1837....23 tf I can with the tfost confJcncc fcofende
I I J' All horsrs hued must be paid: for in advance, un- Jan. II, as a orcventative-- from nil c iseases in warm climates
.
of this vaiuable!
f 1.rs.ilby EDWIN ]DOUSE I lc I ; St. M: rks i Ifith' Much, 1K7.! 32-tf James Johnson Birgc, I persons 1:1 sir, very respectfully.JOILVTALIAFER10.: .
tf.ft! : : __ : Xo horse dcliverrel! without an order from the taking the Panacea three or four limes week,or three

owner or to his known !servant. DRAPER AND TAILOR, or four table spoonful's when going to bed, and the .
j Charles S. SibleyjT 'mikeing in the stable i if entirely forbid-The establishment T.1LL.1IL1SSEE, FL.1: person may fear no apprehension of being attacked To \II'. Charles llt-ntm-.F-.$, proprietor'Judkin's

t. t 1*. \llornoy :illidillo District of rlo.J will be closed:< at J 10 o'clock-Perons en- (Next door. 'orth of F. Tov>Jeweler, ,.in.Me'n lue tl.) with the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or anyolhci. disease. I mcnt, near Krcelericktown,rzf'PlLEs.rf, M, rylar< .
term" will please close the ;gate.: as this medicine is a valuable restorative of the tI
I ;::1 ) ; Ins i"al services Alt ardCounsellor received from New York a superior as sys- Before leaving B -
I, ;CpOf1'r" |J'I'tI"s! ns ri1! } THE PROPRIETOR HAS just the constitution and "v>shorn, I I heard much )
temthereby enablingit
J :;.V It I M hiuin ilu collection! of.!fbt t-ic. in: March .1 leJ7.: 20if of Broadcloths, Casstmersand Vestings invigorating i j article ill wJiicn vo.i apj( .r b,fore ilio I
..: to bear the debilitating effects of all climate it is > pubic tip
:1 ;Middle Flor.d-i. I lie will attend: all tlio\ Courts in this -- among which: are all the most fashionable colors and ; i prictor, namcil Ilcr.stous, Judkins' P. specifics
-
r 1" r. n strict. l.Tci.: : :. r.-M do"r! to the residence I of J.D., I -:\"CW- IOI'ro'i.ion and CJroccry.ryrilE patterns that have appeared in the New York market, conveyed by all the those circulating fuids. and corrects in their viti- II I I fluent, nude by C. Heii? ns, near Frederick,
to
originate N
I t W subvcribers under
ated blood diseased liver
,
ct 'f f Tallahassee: J iuitiary !!3t1i,1'7.: 2.-tf of description uhich he can warrant to be as depravt appetite, or pre wiih whom I am well acquainted. Since ,
'f the firm PEACHY & LER, for the purpose every disposition to affections of lung mys
-- --- ---- made and of as fine fresh cloths any ever It dcnce i iI' U.ittimorc it has
,
t I.iu'o: l iro. ofcahIhi'.lIing: in the town of St. ;Marks! A neatly 1 It resembles, in point of taste and flavour, 1 rich! \ performed a cure a>
offered in the southern country few suits youths I friend of unneafflitt.id with the Piles. Hatinj>
I \ :C7s'Thi fiibsciibi-r's Office is next door {i.e hisresidence a. ocmg: V3N? clothing, also youths chinchillasand cloth iTiCns cordial rather than a medicine. Every person after self been a sufferer for some years with this doom,

I ; ,'"'.ruu' r nf Ail.rns: Jc Clinum Stu ot is. Djsir 'uof :'TORJThclr: buildings being; large and commo- hat, cloth and fur caps of various qualities,car frem taking mercury, in any way, shoulJ have recourse to I ir.gdisease, I now unliesitatin5ly applied yon/.

dcvoiinp h>ni>Rif|>rincip !lv t.> tli; luisim-ss entrus- ,dioti, they likewise: propose attcuding; to the Receiving one to seven dollars each, among which area varietyof one or two bottles of this medicine. In the decline cf ment inmy ow n case, and am en lifted that I en*

f tcd tni.iui as Cowx'F.i AND AD OCATI:. sncii' ATTOR- I and For'ardng: ; Goods and Cotton, to which' plain and ruffled linen, plain and cmbroidcned bosoms life. or when the system has been impaired by excess, it made a (perfect cure. J. A. BENTS '

"- 4 ) ,"1'.llu""I1O. ;.. :as in u iy be, iitucrd'! with. himill ::cnerr ihey pledge,! tlfmse-lvrs! pay such attention as will collars, stocks, suspenders, fine merino flmncl, it nourishes, strengthens and supports it:-it is not Counting room, (,
I be handed! Mr.l :-jll\i! l IT. H. I Di-trid presuming far tG add, that it actually prolongs life. Loml3rr
ally tu < share
A'timryccsiipv entitle them to a liberal of patronage from the canton and net cotton shirts and drawers, to A few weeks ago a case of
,. '.'' ( ing \ju'.rl of sul crii.'Crs "flicc). \\ ha will pnnc- :Merohants and Plancrs: of the Territojy, and neighboring ; linnen, fnnnc, and fur glo-es, fur collars do. This Pan-cea has been introduced to the public fora carre under my nrtire, the breast greatly sor iof;

iJ. ; lushly: utii-'id to itThe suliMMilu-r! will! at'cnd t the :: coun'ict; of Georgia. Their goods will be white and colored silk and linen handkerchiefs, Also short time, and has received more testimonials; in its the nipple scarcely to be seen-her appcaranei,

; Vr J Ciuit < fppca's :ai.d u the :Sup: nor C'ourts nf Jisficr- sold low for cash: or produce. As they will endeavorlo a [lot Cf nero clothing, of whic" he will sell ns low fLvour for its efficacy, in so short a time, than nnyc'lh Iy spoke the great misery she was in ; she toU

*If \\'t ',i.n, L Eiuu, eiad!s tin, r..u.ldill.t iu J..I 'Countiis.s. keep on hand a constant !supply of choice and superior according to the quality of the goods as can !be bought er medicine ever discovered and its naive at horn and she had Lccn sntTVring three month with itand

.I ; but i.o ( ti.i! Cours:: miles! spcia'y; '! rd a iiied. qualities (Groceries and Provisions of every in the Territory abroad, will induce hundre s, aye, thousands to apply carried l.. her bed ; she then had flaxsred:

t : d JA\IE-iD.'ESTCUTTJr.: : i description.: Country Merchants and Planters will Nov. 19th I33fr lotf for it, to reap the true virtue thereof. it ; other things had been tried.! 1 pull

'1 u ;; tJf' TII! l.t': f'r, J : r}' ,:'lh, t': find it to their interest: to cnll. Their store is now Notwithstanding attempts may be made t impair oi.tmcut, knowing it had been successful. in hikesi
__ __ __
of in the and
m r NOTICE.Esrayed the confidence the public efficacy
JOHN BLMR PEACHY. curIe
; open. She got und applied it according to the dim ectiossi
w ; /.' Drills; "Tlrdirinrs :siul I'crfiinirry.rnUK '- poverof this medicine, it will go on to
WMMANER.. from the Subscriber about 10 days since, conquer companing :t; in 24 hours all pain was
: I r : ';'Ih..t'fli !1'a-; .r.-.".-ivc l a frchh. disease, relieve the afflicted,and earn for itself the good goue;
va l er 1'1'-1 supply St. :Marks, Jan. ICth, 18.'G: 23-tl. a smal Dark Bay Mare Poney, cropped mane and broke, and commenced discharging copious//aid/
*. : <:::! _3 (..f 111! < JS: 1' 1..t MKDICINKS, PERFl: paces well and is about 4 year oM.ft the opinion of thousands and lens of tltfuiviniU. AJrcaUy conlinucj some dnys ; the relief fun exwtme J Jlf

t :1 ". :Mil 15 ;-, .' .' :>t..' ii? wb" I" Tio.tlic ft.Il.iwii i, g aii i< I b, s : I ICoami's Tonic mixture tint! Auli- same lime, Iwo mouse colored Mules, 3 years oio; It I... curucJ fur U,ctr t name loch djs'ardly > pcrfec case excited the wi.man's aslonishram:

J t.'# i f' 'i ('ai'j.< nt--' I r.xtr.u: : t of ll.uk, d.! <. 1'I1II\1noclo.Slr: >a- Costive! Pills.IX one recently broke, the other unbroken. tacks rannot reach: ; thai. such !the fact, the numberof few days rcdnccd her breast tf it usual stile,'"

:f /' 1'lnI.J.: : i 15'irlici ; Swai'ii's l\m icr.i ind Vi: riiiifc I of the numerous attempts to palm Any person who will deliver said Poney and Mules letters in possession mnst fully satisfy the most incredulous eight days\ the cure was romptelc.C.! I1ERSTO S

,, : "., ..' ::: ll.iv .iil's! T inic :Mixture, Cl-l<>rine 7'ooihWm't spurious consequence imitations of Ilowand's valuable ;Medicines to me on my plantation miles: north east. of Tails ; and were it necessary, there could be obtained Frederick county, pri13IS25..

"$ l. : : ', '*1 Ia nli-r. .S" Wvavci's: J':nzlish: I CaU I '1C.nn I I on the public-he has determined to confide the bassce. or to 11. H. Berry Esq. Tallahassee shall b numerous testimonials. underthe sanctity cf the OF IMPOSiTION

;'. I l I: Ilinf :\1" *.*, null,-..'!' :Mnsi.csian:' : Aperient, NVilli-tou's 1 sales; exclusively! *.C) agents in different parts of the liberally rewaulcd. Any infor nation of Lhn will b oaths of those who, after suffering the most acute and Messrs L &. R BEWArE T L"w ode!, muchall',

.. t Indliiltl'Irk::! I t:h'I'Jt'Y! : (. iu.r., Lemon and SarsUs.tr I ccumry' from whom alone the genuine articles can be gladly received by long protracted illness, have been entirely restored to Gentlemen-As Mr lltrstons agent Cumbr thl ;
t health but. it does into the of
not enter
A. comprehension .
Kvans'V.iifltsh! Lancets, best :Spring JOHN S. TAYLOR. ,
; S\ \ : :
Dr
; : the! the impositions Wm Judkir.'s ointment I
h.id, nntl to :puard more effectually against patent specific (, w
." t I (.ico.tio... J. KIMVIN: STEWART, of unauthorised venders ; he has instructed March I 13th 1 IS37. 33 many, how it is possible for bl.tanir medicine to efTet form you that last summrr I was afflicted witii

i .1,4'... :11.i II"c.' ._. ::,- -\t. ,t -il'i.ir-- ..to-the- PO-.I! his agents: in nll t"ncw York, 1'liil delpliia, and LONDON POUTER.UO7RN snch wonders them in the healing to art, as but experience such are has the leg-the fame Judkin's Ointment induced wti,
proved
competent pei
: g I { liI'J.: )) : J.DE) (1.O1'IIING. IS.iltiivorc, to make no stiles to wt ichunti and others o/ I bottles received brig Alert, facts that they cannot be f1rm.. a jug of it-bu: it happened not to be of 3ft.Hc

i : :H'. -/WK: ha', e roc ivcil Mirply'' of clothing. containing allY of the Medicines to tecarriedS.iut/j: for sale again.Laige 3 00 from Liverpool For sale per by The above medicine can be obln't of G. H. & T. but make. I used it acrol ding to the prined.
in imitation
quantities of a pernicious article of my leg kept geitirg worse.
'... : an ;I..';. ;j.'meiit: ol /ixuli fit.irMand tin-, \\lui< !Ii we ] I rEEl TON E. LINDENBERGER, Tallahassee,
the :Mixture have been manufactured Lu Mr Hcrsten the '
genuine by traveling to wost stopyrfrt s
I snnll ailvaiifi- \. Florida with directions for it. 45 :
F \Hli :se'.lat: i en't. Feb. 25 1 183729tf using
Co. of New York and proper house the time
c I' cius S. Comstock & sent to the during on looking at tliememi
G H 1 V\ T 1 E: 1 INJENREUGEIlt
Sculh! for sal!. The name ofRovland instcadof (ItowI REGULAR PACKETS. had, he imiicdtately pronounced it not of Us
) 2:1.: I Its'0:; (
ll. !bottles of the latioll. The I and furnished with II ib On
-- -- -- ---- I and, is on c 1I1 genuine .. me one was. 0
SCHOONER
--- Lady Washington Mijfin ( May 3,1537.
j th.i: !P:1Uti.till: I art.clc! may be had of the following!! : persons, \\ ..0 aretncoiy M Swaim PerryTotcnship CountyPa and smelting !it 1 was sensible of the cneciittf
l :) .'lgtnts: in this part of Florida and Georgia master, MR.JACOS HOlCK-Sir, I feel myself constrainedto : it looked like i:. I then applied the oiinment"tkigave

TIERC11AN'1' 'I'AY 14011, E. Uamard jr. &cn. General Agent, Tallahassee, aod.schr Washington, Jefferson inform you of the effects that your Panacea had me, to my leg ; become in a state of ifmcnt
; fiom, ;Nfw York master will run as on me. In the year 18 !Hi, durnjj the months of Jan the rirs t
Having u ju n-turneii has taken the William Kerr & Co., Thomasvillc, regular! packets between St. on using > plaster and zocoiuinacdr

: *:U.re fiirm iy: iccnjiieby! It. Il.ilsry, in JcfiVrson8Tfri James C. Eccles, Quincy, Marks and N. Orleans. For freight or I uary.February, :March and April, I w3semplo.tin it gotquitc well.:
passage apply with machine
: xvh.ivIn is neiw ; I fene-ral, Swaim & t'o. St. :Marks. I thrashing a thra-shbg: caught This ointment i i.'
I : opining a ; sortrnent! Lloyd, certainly valuable
& Co St Marks &
Swaim.
Kerr very
to Loyd, or to and he dust seemed tosetiZc: I suffered u
-
on
t a of f Krudy: D. i Jc! clotliiii, ce :n I"'iftm;; of every arlte-le in Thomas Alexander., lIir\! <;town, Tallahassee. my Ilng. would be i pity it. should be lost to thC public
Kirkscy much and conld business
pain no longer to -
t his line t.f l.nsinrssmialilc, : tHlhc I seasonliich will I Darin'V &. Co., :Monticcllo, 18 1836. 15tf my counterfeit article, bearing the name nnd bc'nft
the pain was located in my breast, particularly .
licfioldon l the mn>t accommodating te rms' J. l F>. Carpenter, Miel I also arHcted with EJn1
the left
was night
.4 :. i. He Ii'.s. liaml The label E. will on sid. Cumberland 24 !S3I
j a.Mttm a sjdcnd'd assortir.enl of PII- of Uarnard jr. 5rco. be on all the gm of various May ,
and l the aid Physicians -
.! 't T'cdi..ii. e-l.ii.s!I Ja<-!iuures; a nil l Veilings I : recently im- bottles sold by the above agents.Tallahassee r sweats Fro Rev Beverly, ll'mii
F l |,iorcdvlii: li be<< will h sell l! !by tli* yaid <>r jiiecc and I July 7th, lrt.17. 48tfI Offers sale,on accommodating terms in I this region, but all to no puipose ; I then I have known Mr C Hersions to be the propriofJudkin's
t11 .t ; __ ___, a: : h-is; HOUSE and Lot, siiuated on Alonre traveled to Lancaster county, and also' to Chester co. [
which riu; !h. mach> iii fur tlio-c \XKvi-h, at the 1I 1------- -- Ointment for several
I Street in the city of e. The and employed several Doctors thTf, but derived no years during mysidencc
I i .. ihortest iii.tlc-; l in tl.e fashionable Talahas
: :-n,1 most t"Je. I! N-Q lgg 4.mlm:1 1JlmI in M.irylandand the ointment maJt bjin
;: ; r I Ihtcnihii" ko Tallahassee his Lot measures 1 JO feet front by ItO feet rear. The benefit; finally, I had recourse to your Panacei, and have been in much! % It has
i iI i ; to rn : permanent rctileiio i id I | j"Tllt" undersigned respectfully informs the plan- used bottle, which: I purchased at Lewistown repute. been frcque
;r h< In-pi ;>. by prr-e-Mrin:! :nppl!,cation to buinss I leis of Leon and ndja ent counties, that he has made house:< is a con\enien.spacious and comfortable/ residence Pa. one But seemed at first not to do me good, used in my own family whulelivingin Maryland' I
t of( that portion which is'now: any ,
occupied -
h merit: a thaicf independent I residence in this
.cith
;publi" patronage. and appcinti-d DAVID C. FfiLsov his! s.ttorney to sell for beca.Tie weaker and to during my ci'y suixess
obliged keep
(t 'TaIaha-sf: ; Ort. 2'tli, 1 lc-0.:\( 12 tf I I K. \V. Pitt's Colton CULTIVATORS he a a Fancy Store, was my I B IFAUGS
-.f [ patent He also offers for sale his unimproved lot, on theo bed My friends advised me to use no mCI of i',
: f... AN ( )ViisKiiTVvANTT]: : :- D.-- II respectfully invites the Planters to call and examine lot street, measuring ICO feet front by 180 back. but I resolved to give it a fair trial, and sent for another Methodist New York i DOlk Room, Mulberry st.
for themselves.: C. F. CLADA U G//. bottle this affordid relief and soon strengthened May 20th, 113:
-
will also of his ,
subscriber dispose entire stock ;
p Apply to UClliEllT: ) J. 1 IIACKLI-.Y' in Talalia To i
Esq. Tallahassee, Dec. 26, 1S3C. 21tfJailor's prevent imposition C Herstons
i and much tbe first had weak- >
as
improved me a nme
in Trade comprising a most general assortment of
I M-f. (.March Iftn; 1S:17.: 32-tf band writing, will en the
I Fancy and Staple Goods, Groceries, Hardware, ed me. I sent for a third bottle, and am now restored I'J appear envelope L
,I r -;& '"-hall'sorui----- -Syrup."S Notice.COMMI'l'i'ED Grocery , : : to the Jail of Jefferson \ will be attended to
I county enabled follow the
last ten ears-l to
am
well anil
sorted with such as are the
S adapted to
recommended
,
all goods
to
and othersL
nuisrs For Sale wholesale
parent and retail. by
who I county on the ISlh iust. two fugulive Iave'iz: market. plough ever since last August I am fuly: convincedthat .
: t j have tin management of children as the E BARNARD[ Dr
., .' most cllcctual WOU.M i'isziou.u: medicine, disco I a negro man who says: his name: is BOB and sayslie For particulars apply to R. J. Iacklry, or Hugh your panacea may be talc n without any injury, Tallahassee 4CO.
1 vered. yet I belongs to George T. Ward of LCft" county, Archer my agent. and is a useful medicine. Yours, rcfec fully, -- Sept. 11lhIHS: Genw.11'

iT'ii-. H-rup br-siies! bcina; afe and active yermi- i also :! negro man who says his: name is WESLEY -I Wm. MANER. DAVID ESHELMAN, The Subscribers, having associated; them

lure js agreeable and i-li-asant to the taste, and no and that lie belongs to George Brown of Tallahassee, Dee 7, 1836. 18-tf in Mercantile business under the firm Ir MC1

., fhlld Will rrusc) leildlieit. Sumpter cnunty Mississippi. The owneis are JAMES H. COOK The following remarks by the Editor of the S-ark & Hawes, beg leave to inform iheir frH,

::4. It is al>o hapjiily! cali.-ul.ned: for preventing and re- requested to prove property pay charges. and take Coumy, Canton OhioDemocrat, are extracted from : and ny public that o e5
now
4 i- ifltJtiiIg liMn)' other disordi-rs KI which children are them S \V BA tfftUS'GTON Jailor. No. 100 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, that paper ol April 4, 1837. : generally, they are
away. HOCCK'S PANACEA. We invite the attention of the in the store l formerly occupied by the late I
Mibject, Mih as Imwcl -
; or nminer complaints tliarihai Jan. 21 1837. 34 6m Between Pine and Broad Street .
,
4 Street*
citizens of Canon and the the Is. on the west sideofMonrne
: or 1 lo-.scne-NS! loiniiiiifj and !purging;: it is invaluable )- public generally to Miler
1 for iilluyjiig those )pauii which children suffer For n lIt. OFFERS for sale a full and complete assortment of advertisement in another column of this paper, under I opposite Washington Square .Lie City: of Tj

r.-* in ('t1tt4I! I'-: 'h-ir} teeth and/ if yreviously u'ctl, will Cabine 'nrnitnre,consisting Sideboards with mar- the above bead. We have used the article our- lal-assee, gene'ralissortment of Dry ftf
Store occupied R. Y. Well-! :
by
reu'i fjThe formerly ble tops, do plain; Dressing Bureaux with marble and selves and can recommend it to the : offer"
'r tlusojciaiioii t.f nature pi-rle tfy mild and! safely public, as Hard nreand Groceries, whicn they
ford, at present by R. J. (Hackley, Esq. as an A ueti. n Centre Tables both and round
plain tops, invaluable for of the diseases with
Iree 'lr"'in ebtnjjer.; It i's.qua'ly cliicaciou: rickets s'lre an remedy most
in sale t terms.
Room and well known as the EXCHANGE. For with Marble Pier tables tables on accomjating
and in tlc lops inset which mankind afflicted. for numberof
mlalllllC remittent lever I h i is are Having
reccom2cd aciive business it is situation a 1). McRAE r.
an not surpassed by any s and single, Breakfast tables of sizes Bureausdo.
with been the INCTEUS NIGHTMARE
< the al subject to or
a' '"aIJf''lhat is Icily adequate to tlc, years ,
in the i'y. For terms apply to
Sofas of all fashion HAWEAJ
]vuI,posts! intended, and thai much! :good },e ic.fr qualities, prices, Mahogany to an alarming extent, the Panacea was recommended S.1I. F.
may Dec 17 19! R. Y. WELLFORD.ewI'ork .
t .I$ fI.tfrom\ its simplicity and innocence, it tannoldo ---- Chairs from $5 to $20 each, Rockinz Chairs of to u by Dr. Houck himself, and we arc happy 'o 'I Tallahassee Feb. 29.if

I nin liaim- X &: St. Marks line of Packets every description, Wardrobes of all qualities and sizes, say we have been entirely revived fr.m that distressing -

.,, I Direions. accompanying: ; each bottle. Seci claries and Book Cases do. Ladies Work Tables affliction. As a family medicine we have no Colon Gins.
: ( wiih Marble! and wood tops, Mahogany high and hesitation in that believe is Eraintrt i
?Iai sjinll's pst saying we unsurpassed. Iron gins from
coiiipoiiiiil .Syrup of Livoruorl. i I coton
.; : I' French Bcadsteads, Marble do. Looking a SIX expeclec" daily at St. Marks in the<
full of Hair Mattrasses
assortment and Feather
For Bedstogether TIN WARE. Lavina, for sale at the. manufacturer's j
coughs rolds! asthmas
spitting of blood, liver with ever) article necessary to furnish a R.rrmOl
i T.
7 \ '"'':n/Ialllt'/, whuojiing}) cough, and all diseases of the house. Terms liberal (March 25th, 1837, 33-3m) THE subscriber will carry on the
: -x* : -. bn-asMnd lungs. FIRST Rate Vessels nnd experienced Jkfasters Tin Ware manufacturing business Nov 12 1S36. 14tf

'I 1 he resiota ire powers of I his medicine in disea- be employed in this line to sail from either A CARD.q1QUaia ., and will at all times have en

fce'" "I riie I|i : Lungs have been ane.-tedby' the mos' re- potts-a vessel will sail on the 8th and 21th of every -,. hand a general sorlment, either Groceries, Provisions, SfC. 4-

*.-ct.ibliphyM.-jans} both Europe/ and this month and oftener, should patronage require. : IF, Butter, Cheese, Sugar, /: ,
country.Hposfsve.ssedatiye.expectorant at wholesale retail reasonable
FLOUR
or on terms as
WM. WYLLYS PRATT N York I.'a a box RaiStus,
( and tonic properties Agent Herrings, SOlP,
be sold
in Southern market
1 aud licii.-c abate fevers, miiigatc; coughs, and almost ROB'T LYON, Agent! St. ..Varks.S CO.UJUIS' W cam any N. E. Rum, W. L Rum, Whiskey, .

.. instantly, icmoycs Might and recent coldswhilst itpycs St. Narks, .Jpril 1837. 36-ly'r. WATER .ERCHJNT, and Country satisfy themselves.merchants and others are invited to cal. Spanish Brandy, Cogniac Brandy, IaG'
i I immediate relief Tobacco. Hard Shoes Hats,Cap
iu to -ih-jM wore, ,
k. which from ne"lf.t : Offers his services to the merchants of Alabama WM. H. FRANCIS.
1 .f ,
have .
&
i assumed a more dangerous charactir and Twenty-Five Dollars Reward. Ciothinp ; S.iddlery. .C. -IAH
and Florida, in the Tallabnssee Jan. 14 1837. 23tf
Geoigia of Goods I
reUU1
: seldom fails: to cure the most obstinate: caecs. TRAYED from the Livery SiaLle, Tallahasseea purchase : of which he offers,at wholesale or
1.. It will be hound to other S h,, HORSE Wares and ise. In the purchasing and warehouse of Feachy &. Manes StMark5I.\t f
I superior bright in
any medicine, for Bay lean flesh! has
of whole stocks of in S.
1 .. the cuie of$ shorin-s ufbreath1 hoar.senes, whemiu's tw white hind feet, and a while star in hU forehead selecting them. had goods, or assorting FLORIDA CLA Dec. M, I Ib3(- 0 JABEZ

I f t and promptly' remedial rCI1CM, of the breast and '-nid horse went away about. two months $25"ill Having longexperience in the parca JOHN P. DUVAL and Francs
$ ago. ig of for Alabama and takes
Iu ( lungs. In w IIIJJJI..gcuu.. its goods Georgia City, OTICE.-The subscribers lave
be
corrective dibits his delivery Brown's
will given en ; at Capt Hotel iN
he speedily scovcred. =' flatters himself that any orders entrusted to him will Denartment, will prosecute all claims forNe2roes I bles formerlly occupied by Peter B.
by Wm. CAUTION. Treasury
be with satisfaction on the part of those who may favor and other 1 destroyed or taken.off bythelndina dec. where horses will be received at Lf t
Iarshuir! Tonic lllixtul'e.For Tallahassee March 25th 1837, 33tf, him with prop I
their business. killed in _
tZ' and for &e. service, or t sient custom particularly attended {:

-' : i t Ague and F ever. months after. date I shall prasent my account Refer to Messrs. Oakford & Whitmb and Bald JOHN P. DUVAL, Horses hired on the shortest notice, aD tV
? SIX win & Hawkins, Nem York. Tallahassee fort. A. DICKENS. that will render the present
: c Prepared by C. MarshahIIPhila.and]I for sale by vouchers ai administrator on the estate of fRANCS tcntion paid
It Harris ; Flo-Wm : Porter, Apalachicola, .Flo.- Feb. 1 1837. S7-tf ment satisfactory to the public.WICHAEL .
J. ED'WIN &: TEW ART, Burncy late pfteon County and apply for a *co
: ; jt.j; next door to the Post Office; discharge SIMON T.iYLOR, Craig & Dafo. 8L JosephsFIo.-Wm.A McKenmIrwinten I N. B.-Letters postpaid, directed to Johi P..Duval, LEDI \rt
.
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r' : kAl Jan S=I IS37 25 6ms April 22, 1837. SS-fitn I. Prestoa St. Nelms, Columoui, G o.i Tallahassee, Florida, will b attended I I Tallahassee F b..lS 1837..r .
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