The Floridian
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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: September 23, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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 )
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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Of the 22d of June,. 1836, rq u. which.t accurate accounts have been received, the history tho revulsion inall* silver; but it is not its! province to aid. individuals the demnc of the Treasury, .and ,numerous I exhibited daring tb&.p1eW-O1t. .
iTihedeposiie-the public money and cur banking capital was. increased to more i other commercial countries. in the transfer of their funds, other- pressing :applications Were made !r/ and .spociaJryt' f I I
'oc tbe e ployment: of State, District: I than two hundred and fifty-one millions; our i The present and visible effects of these wise thin through the facilities afforded. by for indulgence or relief. As the instalments late depestte.of system pablic Undj. TWorte*: 1 '
: toriJI bankl for that pUrpose, made paper circulation to more than one hundredand circumstances on the operations of the government the Post Office Department. ,As justly under the deposile law. bcame.p purchases direeteiif peyneet0f401d Ud,
I ten duty" Secretary of the Treasury forty millions, and the loans and discounts and on the industry of the people might it be called on to provide for the transportation their own embarrassments, ncal- silver oHimately in.sucri' jmnt t :
li6 Lfccootfaw the use of 7CU such of them, as to more thin four hundred and fifty. point out the objects which call for your immediate of their merchandise. These are ty. under which they lay of curtailing their but could not 'altogether..IY.eU.

r C1 uVtanrWO' refuse redeem, .their seven millions. To this vast increase are attentien. They are- operations of trade.' They ought to be con. disoun.and calling i their debts, increa Specie was indeed more difficult to WI':
r: in goecie, aDd to "bsniolo other to be added the many millions of credit, acquired To re ulate by law the safe-keeping, trans. ducted by those who are interested in them, generJ.dites., and contributed, cored than the notes nbich the banks eoeid )
-I ;.I1Y a sufficient number could be by means of foreign loans contractedby fer, and disbursement of the public moneys; to in the same manner that the incidental difficulties with causes, the revulsionin themselves create'at but still Hingobtaiae'rrm I
:;:;ed$to receive the public deposites upon the states and state institutions and, designate the funds to be received and paid by other pursuits are encountered which, at length, they in common with pleure;loan,
I ,annI and conditions therein prescribed above all, by the lavish accommodations extended the Government to enable the treasury to meet by other classes citizens. Such aid has I i the other banks, were fatally involved. I which they were aDd"r. -
tbe promptly every upon II; to prescribe the deposite.
I nr eal nnd almost simultaneous BUS- by foreign dealers to our merchant- terms indulgence, and the mode settlement not been deemed necessary in other coun Under these circumstances, it .becomesour i at liberty to u.e. it only passed round I the
woo. spec'16 payments by the banks in The consequences of this redundancy to be adopted, as well iu'collecting from individuals tries. Throughout Europe the domesticas solemn duty to inquire whether there circle with diminished 'speed. This
rendered the performance of this credit, and of the spirit of reckless npecula- the revenue that has accrued, as in withdrawing well as the foreign exchanges are carriedon are not, in any conneclionbotweenthe Government tion could not have been p-
,'imperative, in respect to those which tion engendered by it, were a foreign debt it from former depositories; and to devise by private houses often, if not generally and banks of issue, evils of, great funds of the .prfor bd the .
rJ| been selected' under the act, and made contracted by our citizens, estimated in and adopt such further measures,within the without the assistance of banks. Yet magnitude, inherent in its very natnrej and to be regularly disbursed, and .
iSthe' same time,impracticable to employ March last.at more than thirty millions of constitutional competency of Congress, as will they extend throughout distinct sovereign- against which no precautions can effectually Treasur.. to be loaned ,out for'their 1
fr requisite number of others,upon the preribed dollars; the extension to traders in the interior be best: calculated to revive the enterprise and to ties, and far exceed in amount the real exchanges guard. while were permitted
the prosperity of the own profit, thej t
coDdilieos. The specific regulations of our country of credits for supplies, promote For the deposite transfer, and country.disbursementof of the United State. There is no Unforseen in the organization: of the Government fo i it a credit in account.
bUsbed by Congress for the deposite and greatly beyond the wants of the people; the the revenue, national and state banks have: reason why our own may cot be conducted and forced on tho Treasury by ear lubstituo expressing these sentiments,,I desire
1. keeping' the public moneys having investment of thirty-nine and a half millionsin always, with temporary and limned cxrcptinns I in the came manner, with equal cheapness ly necessities, the practice of employing net to undervalue the benefits of 11ir
unexpectedly become inoperative felt unproductive public\ lands, in tho years been heretofore employed; but, although advocates and safety. Certainly this might be accomplished banks, was, in truth from the beginning, credit to branch of -
to afford of each system are still to be found, it i is I \ if it favored those ofemer2enCy than .. .any 00 enterri.e. m
an of sound
t.be ray duty you early oplity 1835 and 1836, whilst in the preceding year were by- most mere a measure credit bestowed on probity industry -
for the exercise of apparent that the events of the last few months deeply' interested and few doubt that policy. When started i into existence I a
your supervisory the sales amounted to only four and a half ; : can we asa the just reward of merit, and an honorable
)terI over the subject. millions; the creation of debts, to an almost have greatly the people augmented of the United the desirelong States, existing to their own interest as well as the general nation, in addition to the burdens of the incentive to further acquisition. Noqe opposeit \ -
I ins also' led to apprehend that the sus- countless amount, for real estate in existing: among the fiscal operations of the Government separate from welfare .f the country, would be promotedby new Government, we assumed all the large who love their country and understand '
'on of specie payments increasing thej'rassmcnts or anticipated cities and villages equally .those individuals or corporation leaving such a subject in the hands of but honorable load of debt which was the its wel'are. But when iti. unduly .
belore existing in the pecu- unproductive, and at prices now seen to have Again to create a national bank, as a fiscal} those to whom it properly belongs. A system price of our liberty; but we hesitate to encouraged when is made to infameto 'r
it. .;affairs of the country would so far di- been greatly disproportionate to their real agent, would be to disregard the popular will, founded on private interest enterpriseand weigh down the infant industty public mind-with the i temptations 1 ,suddn I
: h the public revenue that the accruing value; the expenditure immense sums in twice solemnly and unequivocally expressed. On competition, without the aid of legislative try by resorting to adequate taxation for the unsubstantial wealth-when it I _
into the Treasury would not, with which in have no question of domestic policy is there stronger law would revenue. The facilities of banks ta
ipts .improvements many cases, grants or regulations by rapidly necessary industry into path that lead sooner or
a reiervcd five millions be sufficient to been found to be ruinously imprevident; the evidence that the fixed sentiments and I of a large majority witn prosper; it would be free from the in- in return for the privileges they acquired, to disappointment:and, dUtres- becomes "
.. efiy the unavoidable expenses of the go.ment diversion to other pursuits of much of the are those deliberately who-think they, see, in recent concur events, a fluence political agitation, and extend the were promptly offered, and peihaps too readily liable to cenw*. aDd ueeds corecton Far
. until the ubual period for the meetfCongreint lab<>ur that should have been applied\ to agriculture proof that these sentiments are,or a reason that same exemption to trade itself; and would received, by an embarrased Treasury. from helping probity and i industry, ruinto
whilst the authority tl) call thereby contributing to the expenditure they should be, changed.; put an end to those complaints of neglect During the long continuance of a national which it leads (aIl most' severely, on the
lk.slates. for a portion of the sums deed -. of large sums in the importation of grain Events, similar in their origin and char. partiality, injustice and oppression, whichare debt and the intervening difficulties of a I great laboring who are thrown suddenly
'I with them was toe restricted to ena- from Europe-an expenditure which a- acter, have heretofore frequently occurred, the unavoidable results of interferenceby foreign was, the connection was continued out employment, and by the failure .
I &the Department to realize\ a sufficientt mountiog in 1834 to about $250,000, was, without producing any such change; and the the Government in the proper concerns from motives of convenience, but these causes .magnificent schemes never intended.enrich j. -
' t from that sonrce. These apprehcn- in the first two quarters of the present year, lessons of experience must be forgotten if of individuals.: All former attempts on the have long sinco passed away. We have them, axe.deprived in a moet of their .
have been justified by subsequent re- increased to more than $2,000,000; and, we suppose that the present overthrow of part of the Government to carry its legislation i no emergencies that make banks necessary only resource. Abuses of credi ad exces
_ which render it ertain that this defi. finally without enumerating other injurious credit would have been prevented by the in this respect, further than was designed to aid the wants of the Treasury; we have in speculation will happen, despite of I'I'BS __ __
4 tJ: will! occur additional means be not results, the rapid growth among all classes, existence of a national bank. Proneness to by the Constitution. havo in tb9 I on J D load uCuttdonal debt to provide for, and the most salutary laws; no Government per
l wdedby Congress.The and especially in our great commeicialtowns excessive issues has ever been tbo vice of proved injurious, and have served only to we have on actual deposite a large surplus. can altogether them-;, but .sure
i prevent t _
difficulties experienced by the mer- luxurious habits, founded too often the banking system; a vice as prominent in convince the great body of the people more No public interest, therefore now requiresthe hap Government can from contributing f. _
.ti iti1e interest in meeting their eng ge. on merely fancied wealth, and detrimental National as in State institutions. This propensity and more ofthe certain dangers of blending renewal connection that circumstances ever the stimulus that calls them ito life.
( e3tts, induced them to apply to me, previ. alike to the industry the resources and the is as subservient to the advancement private interests with the operations of pub- have dissolved. The complete organization Since, threfor experience b' -
i1j to the actual suspension of specie pay- morals of our people.It private interests in the one as in the .ther; lic business; and there is no reason to sup of our Government, the abundance of that to public money local _
I 1i for indulgence upon their bonds for was so impossible that such a state ol and those who direct them beth, being principally pose that a repetion of them now would be our resources, the general harmony which banks, Is hazardous to the operation' of thoGovernment Ii
p s i Iud all the relief authorized by law things: could long continue, that the prospectof guided by the same views, and influ- more successful.It prevails between the different States, and at least of doubtful benefit to -
i promptly and cheerfully granted. The revulsion was present to the minds ol enced by the same motives, will bo equally cannot be concealed that there exists, with foreign Powers, all enable us now to the institutions themselves; and productive of : _
a ,dence of the Treasury upon the avails considerate mOft before% it actually came.- ready to stimulate extravagance of enter in our community, opinions and feelings on select the system most consistent with the disastrous derangement in the buses and ,
nable it to make the deles 7oue, nowever, had correctly anticipated its prise by improvidence credit. How stri- this subject in direct opposition to each other. Constitution, and most conducive to the currency of the country, is it part wisdom 1 -
reat. '-J /taw, led severity. A concurrence of circumstances kingly is this conclusion sustained by expe. A large portion of them, combining publi welfare. Should we, then, connect again to renew the connection? t
'I limit this indulgence to inadequate of themselves to produce such rienco. The Bank of the United States, great intelligence, activity, and influence, Treasury foi a fourth time with the local I is true that such agency i i many I.F I -
I er, but it has since been wide-spread and calamitous embarrassments with the vast powers conferred on it by Con are no doubt sincere in their belief that the banks, it can only! be under a convictionthat respect convenient to the Treasury, but it I
e i. st of October that the tended so greatly to aggravate them, thai gress, did not or could not prevent former operations of trade ought to be assisted by past failures have arisen from accidental i not indispensable. A limitation of the expenses i _
L bmitted to your turlheralso they cannot be overlooked in consideringtheir and similar en embarrassments; nor has the such a connection; they regard a national not inherent, defe.cts. of th Government to it-actual W _
: history. Among these may be men still greater strength it has been said to pos. Bank as necessary for this purpose, and A danger, difcul if not impossible, to and of the revenue to tos expnwit t '
expected to arise in tioned, as most prominent, the great loss oj r sess, under its present charter, enabled it, they are disinclined to evciy measure that be avoided in an arrangement, is made convenient means for it \;
( ;t to the October instal- sustained commercial in the to check strikinjly evident in the event by which for which raised
capital by our empo. existing emergency, other does not tend, soonsr or later, to the establishment very- to the purposes it was are
. .1 sites, requiring the inter. rium ii: the fire December, 1835-a loss, institutions, or even to sa-vo itself. In Great of such aa institution. On the other -, it has now been defeated. A sudde act of the object which we j
I '0II.. the effect of which were underrated at the I Britain, where it has bcen seen, the same hand of the believed the banks intrusted with the funds of the cUe ton
a majority people are -
t ''lother act, passed about time, because postponed for a season by the causes have been attended with the same to be irreconcilably opposed to that mea- people, deprives the Treasury without faultOr and disbursement : .
a! M d intended to' secure a l great facilities of credit then existing; the effects a national bank possessing powersfar sure: they consider such a concAntntioiv .(i agent/ of tt. Goyoromnt of the abilityto iti believed, be well
I. thful compliance with the obligation of the disturbing effects in our commercial cities, greater than are n*k.d for b/ the war- power dangerous to their liberties; and many pay its in currency they Goveinment. Its -
;; ited States, to satisfy oil demands upon of the transfers of the public moneys requiredby meat advocates of such an institution here, of them regard it as a violation of the Con. have by law a right to demand. This ci:. great extent, its :
,e j in specie or its equivalent, prohibited the deposite law of June, 1836; and the has also proved unable to prevent an undue stitution. This collision of opinion has, cumstance no fluctuation ef commerce could deed been hitherto '
N etfer of any bank note, not convertible measurtS adopted by the {foreign creditors of expansion of credit and the evils that flow doubtless, caused much of the embarrassment i have produced, if the public revenue bad neither National nor
t, jibe! spot into goid or silver at the will of our merchants to reduce their debts, and to from it. Nor can I find any tenable groundfor to which the commercial transactions i been collected in the legal currency, and ploye being required ;
[ bolder; and tho ability of the govern- withdraw from the United States a large the re-establishment of a national bank, .f tbe country have lately been exposed. kept in that form by the officers of the Trea- while in their
t, with millions on deposit., to meet its portion of our specie. in the derangement alleged at present to exist Banking has become a political topic of the I sury. The citizen whose money was in and pay it in such : -
it gements in the manner thus required by However unwilling any of our citizens : in the domestic exchanges of the country highest interest, and trade has suffered in; bank receives it back, since the suspension, a the Treasury shl
I was rendered very doubtful by the event may heretofore have been to assign to these or in the facilities it may be capable of the conflict of parties. A speedy termination at a sacrifice in its amount; whilst! he who Surely banks are

I 'hich.. .I have O.referred. causes the chief instrumentality i in producing affording them. Although advantages of of this state of things, however desirable kept in the legal currency of the country, Government to .
rensible that adequate provision lor these I tbo present state of things, tbo developments this sort were anticipated when the first I is scarcely to be expected. We have and in his own possession, pursues, without possession against [
L! ip cled exigencies could only be made subsequently made, and the actual conditionof Bank of the United States was created, they seen for nearly half a century, that these loss, the current of his business. The The asrion that -
[Congress; convinced that some of them other commercial countries, must, as it were regarded as an incidental accommoda. who advocate a national bank, by whatever Government, placed in the situation of the that a vault in a bank;
; ild bo iudiatJRiigablr necessary to the seems. to me, dispel all remaining doubts tion; not one which the Federal Govern I motive they may be influenced constitute a former is involved in embarrassments it i in the Treasury; and
i r r. >"rvice, before the regular poilod of the bound could be called could have suffered had it the and clerks, not 3elec .
upon subject. It has since appeared ment was or upon, to portion of our community too numerous! to not pursued : .:
K meeting; and desirous also to enuMu 'ut pyjj; similar ta those suffered by our. furnish. This accommodation is now, indeed allow us to hope for an early abandonment course of the later. These embarrassment nor under its control, i I
N.L to exercise, at the earliest moment,your selves, have been experienced in Great Rri- after the lapse of not many years, de. of their favorite plan. On the other hand, are, moreover, augmented by those fidence than officers i
constitutional powers for the relief of they tain, on the! continent and, indeed, through manded from it as among its first duties; and they must indeed form an erroneous estimate salutary and just laws which forbid it to usea and responsible to the ;
: I could not, with propriety, avoid I out the commercial world; and that in other an omission to aid and regulate commercial of the intelligence and temper of the depreciated currency, and, by s( doing, bound by official oat \ \ ,
. tCt3flgyou to the inconvenience of as- countries, as well as in our own, they have exchange, is treated as a ground ofloud and American people, who that they take from the Government the ability which ful performance teir J I
blingat as early day as the state of ther been uniformly preceded by an undue en serious complaint. Such results only serveto have continued, on slight suppose er insufficient individuals have of accommodating their ly subject to the I
;lar representation would p rmit. I am largement of the The difficulties of : I
boundaries of trade, exemplify the constant desire, among grounds, their persevering opposition to transactions to such a catastrophe.A I
, I that I have done but justice to your prompted as with us, by of citizens the which in time of heretofore rendered by
unprecedented expansions some our to enlarge powersof such an institution; or that they can be induced system can, a profound J
sd ap in believing that this inconvenience of the system of credit. A refer. the Government, and extend i its control to by pecuniary or by other peace when there i a large revenue laid by than Is usually : .
: !"cheerfully encountered in the hope I ence to the amount of banking caoital, and subjects with which it should not interfere. combination circumstances pressure to any surren- thus suddenly prevent the. application and counts show that by I' i
p_ 'Bering your meeting conducive to the the issues of paper credits put in circulation They can never justify the creation of an institution der principUs they have so long and so inflexibly I I the use of the money of the people, in the payment is made. i l
of the country. -Great Britain, by batiks, and in other to promote such objects. On the ma 1lained. I manner and for the object!.they have directed distances from the pla I .1
;. [During tho eailienstages of the revulsion ways during th 'years 1834,1835 and 1836, contrary they justly excite among the community My own VEWS of the subject are unchanged.i cannot be wise; but who can think, th whole number of
.ugh' which we have just passed, much will show an augmentation of the paper cur- a more.diligent inquiry into the char. They have been repeatedly and unreservedly without painful reflection, that, under it, the Treasury in the t.j '
;; nious discussion arose: and great di- rency there as much disproportioned to the acter of those operations of trade, towards announced to my fellow citizens, who, with full same unforseen events might have befallen suIts of-which will it i # .
4 it] of opinion existed, as to its real real wants of trade as in the United States. which it is desired to extend such peculiar knowledge of item, conferred upon me the two us in the midst of a war, and taken from us, test for the futurfel
sI sea. This was not surprising. Tim With this redundancy of the paper currency, favors. highest offices of the government. On the last at the moment when most wanted, the use or an average les
: tions of credit are so diversified and there arose in that country also a spirit of The various transactions which bear the .f these occasions, I felt it due to the people to: of those very means which were treasuredup State; in the city of .
influences apprize them distinctly, that,ia the event of than
which affect them my more two
so numer- adventurous the average
pJ speculation embracing name domestic exchanges differ essen- to the national l welfare and .
election, I would not be able to in die
., 'and often so subtle,that even impartial whole of human enterprise. Aid was in their and co-operate national To such embarrassments ty of Washington only
1 range tially nature, operation, utility. re-establishment a national bank: To these guard our rights .
well-informed peiaons are seldom found profusely given to ejected improvements; One class of them consists of bills of exchange sentiments, I hive now only to add the expression and to such dangers will this The dicultie "i"j t
'r: agree in respect to them. To inherent large investments were made In foreign drawn for the purpose of transfer- of an increased conviction, that the reestablishment Government b always exposed, whilst it moreover, daily I
0 cultiea were also added other tendencies. stocks and credits foi of such a bank, in form, whilst it the i .f
loans; goods were ring actual capital! from one part of the country any takes the moneys raised for, and necesssary cepnes '
N :h were by no means favourable to the granted with unbounded liberality to merchants to another, or to anticipate the proceedsof would not accomplish the beneficial purpose; promised to, the public service, out of the hand of its and i may 'ared
:over of truth. It was be its advocates would impair the the transfers
; hardly to ex- by rightful
, in foreign countries;and all I he means property actually transmitted. Bills of own officers, and converts them a mere ecar
of will the
ted that those who the the popular injure
Ie.- he government in relation disapproved policy ?f acquiring and employing credit were putin this description are highly useful in the character supremacy and diminish the influence et our po right of action against corporations entreated teeping, can be with safety .
I L > to the curren. active operation, and extended in their movements of trade, and well deserve all the li&al system;and bring once more into existencea with the possession of them. Nor can eys the .
ould) in.the excited state of public feel- effects to every department of business, and encouragement which can rightfully be give concentrated moneyed power, hostile to the such results be effectually guarded against officers.complished. This through opinion
4 oduced by the occasion fail to attribute to every quarter of the globe. The reactionwa en to them. Another class is made up ofbills spirit, and threatening the permanency of our in such a system, without investing the ExeCutive confirmed !
', policy any extensive embarrassment proportioned iu its violence to the extra- exchange,not drawn to transfer actual republican institutions. with a control over tho banks them gree he discontinuance, by of 9 i
monetary affairs of the country. The ordinary character of the events whtch preceded capital, nor on the credit of property Local banks have been employed for the selves, whether State or National, that in last .
1T. -tiiui became connected with the pan.r. it. The commercial community of transmitted but to create fictitious capital deposite and distribution of the revenue at; might with reason be objected to Ours is, gents embarrassments, ,May1 in; a p ;
. 'tad conflicts of party; opinions wereor Great Britain were subjected to the greatest partaking at onco of the character of notes all times partially and, on three different probably, the only Government in the worldtbat presented obstacles .
less affected by political considers difficulties, and their debtors in this country discounted in bank and of bank notes in occasions, exclusively; first, anterior to the is liable, in the management of its fiscal "e heieafter' a
4 i lad differences were prolonged which were not only suddenly deprived of, accustomed circulation and swelling the mass of paper establishment of the first Bank of the United concerns, to occurrences like these. But The manner of : -
'o&erwise have been determined by an and expected credits, but called upon credits to a vast extent in the most objectionable Stales sec adly, in the interval betweenthe I this imminent risk is not the only danger attendant period, is l *4 I .
haD1 U bets, by the exercise of reason or for payments, which in the actual posture of manner. These bills have formed lerrninatioc of that institution and the on the surrender of the public money since'tt .of the

3'i concession. It: is, however, a things here, could only be made through a for the last few years a large proportion of charter of its successor: ; and, thirdly, duringthe to custody and control of local corpora 6 icer also the ; j j.I j.
r tdection, that circumstances of general pressure and at the most ruinous what are termed the domestic exchanges of limited perbd! which has now so abruptly tines*' ',Though the object is aid to the Treasury by law, certain suggests .p ] '. :
; 1( 4 lEarn cannot prevent a community sacrifices. the country serving as the means of usurious closed. Th connection thus repeatedly its effect may be to introduce into the I' establishments and : .-, ". .
sb' Hours from ultimately arriving at In view ef these facts, it would seem im. profit and constituting the most unsafe attempted, pro'ed unsatisfactory on each operations of the Government, influencesthemoatsubtie and :, ; I :,
- exclusions. Encouraged by the possible for sincere inquirers alter truth. to and precarious paper in circulation. This successive occasion, notwitutadio the various founded .on interests the moitoD 'a, -
hlit ef this truth I proceed to state resist the conviction that the causes of the species of traffic, instead of being upheld, measures were adopted to facilitate mOt aUib mm.wj"o b. (
b $o far as may bo necessary to a revulsion in both countries. have been sub. ought to be' discountenanced by the Government or insure its success. On the last use the banks, for their-own ben public'service,without .
11 II4erltaoding of the remedies I feel it stantially the same. Two nations, the most and the people.In occasion, in th year 1833, the employment efit, ef the money y deposited with them, has their number ..
I' .
., ,. to propose, and of the -reasons by commercial in the world enjoying but recently tranafeiring its funds from place to of the Stale,banks was guarded especially received the sanction of the Government itr't The. extent !
I been led to recommend them. the highest degree of apparent prosperity place, the Government is on the'same footing in every way which experience and caution! from the commencement. alibIs conoeclion.ThVmoney pense.rapsacted. has," L_.. -
tory of trade in the United States and maintaining with each other the with the,private,citizen, and may resortto could suggest Personal.security was re received frm. the people in. respecu4 arooenit.b;
. hit three or four years, afford the closest,relations, are suddenly, in a time ,of the same legal moans. It may do so qui for the safe-keeping and prompt pay.. .tn being kept till is needed for their the officers. t
'? !G and without the medium of bills drawn itself of the to bo and in of'thiz a thority'afund t >pl.i5; f
riocing evidence that our present profound, peace any great national through by moneys reve ful. u''i consequence iny.one :i)
!UI .*M chiefly to be attributed to over disaster, arrested in their career, and or purchased from others; and in these operations returns of their condition ,Cm oa which discounts are made for the alance of five jmin ; ;
,all the departments of business; an plunged into a, slate of embarrassment and4iuus. i it may, in a manner undoubtedly con. tme. to be made by the. depo oriu In profit of those who happen te be owners .of in thei,Treasnry; : ;

p deriving perhaps, its first 1mti ; In both' conn tries,we bavesriU,; Utotioaal, 'and..I legitimate, facilitate 'and. .asbfindividoats stages"the measure was. brcinently stock in the banks selected as depositories.Tbo the" haidi' n. ,
Offl antecedent causes, but .t IDu:. n sg4.the jame, redundancy o 'P9W "'.1 I.i ; nis founded on toi1ixci.aa successful J, notwithstanding the violent opposition (supposod and 'often exaggerated ady.utageaefsucbabo proportiouof f
Ita.present destructive. coaaeq enCeIive ney, and'other facilities ofcdt' .gt j .of. trade. The extent to of the Bank of the United[ .States, D ,will' always cause .ago r thirty. .
issues of bank paper* and spirit of:."'.:'peeuationj.| 1" : f.W'' ;Gs.fb dooe and:tho best mean.wjrmiit.sr and the unceasingefforts,made to':over i to be .o gbf for with tvidU1.IW; not dttrtinfnonullion.. f "-r i
faci1itiell for the acquisition and enf cesses;;,',: -:...-.:. ."I,, .;: : ; ,tnlitltd to the fullest conTha throwit,. The" selected f bank* :performed stop ta-coastder OB wbointh.ps1reie4n1cWa.it :: -i'lli1' J" '
.( credit. At tbo commencement &J;' -, .- --' ir4 has boea bestowed by t1eIbe 'yitb.6deity, and, wiikKU] any. ..ejpbarrassmentto.themselves to conferred; :whs'thoim I f ':V
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ia *' s'carc t all objections and ,tLa'P.cb a coursemay other and $. acJ tosses naL4UCUrretUi the public,service. This "
jbcIeIther ranect to the safety of the money be 10 I terzfs.. !" igicr eer: bout 5 to .
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the tfaHhAd expect sentiment as we'are:! :,. ojm .e tenft'pi'omo''t' idiikluaJ tM of ulUrufe heji- pId wMtwtkllr of pr-
; or discharge of these fiscal in i interest. It deserves full 'wid CQAvenience nty pay n J slid not p b tcVu proprty ged to b
a free discussion theUAfflf of
traAsaCU8D'rmay, it ,| nbjectalways to\;fco' C considered L tteiitdoesnot o : the -$quest that was e t.
appears to me, be eflee- and caiftot fafl to be benefitted wh ; cmpt:1ith' $ at duty makes Unil Sct.
tuaHyxemored: ,by adding to the present a dispassionate 'comparison: : by ,: confljct with'the ,principlesof : I mae of allowed, are tojibe ieprrormlcb.wbth human a th debt, it .

means of the Treasury 4he 'estAblishment by Well aware myself of the of.: opinions. GoWrament or.'h genera! welfare of ,'I libefral as any that are tobefound.in .-'- ...t luod .. '." system of, silVer bore a aU .. "
( law,at a few irapofUnt 'points, of 'offices for concession the duty of -reciprocal the country...If 54ch. notes?only, ,were rerceiyed the practice, of the E ecuii. ." Depailment. -: ben t bws cemmensurate with, but not exceeding the aver.fO the 1814' .
co-ordlnaTe e
I the deposite. *nd; disbursement of such rof the Government among brandies and circumstances, al. It remains for Congress to decide the objects of its establishments and per c ; at New York, 11
I 3.t9f.phl.
(t tons tf the public' revenue with p can promise a reasonable lowing'their early presentation for payment, whotherji further pestponertient.. leave every i itizen.a ndeyeryjntezcs.tqrca p, arid 14 1-2 at .
as cannot
obvious safety and spirit of co- peratioD, so far as it can be and if,at short and fifed periods' they"were not with propriety' 'b if ujqtjj, Mtrts"np'prf ctinn, the rewards .of virtue..indut. Bank. of.tbe
convenience be toft in the -ilowed .T Uotoa
f 'possession of the indulged iq without the surrender of constitutional converted iqto.ipecje, to be kept by.the officer ; the irlegiahati n upon the'subject is respect- ,In4 henc no get > "
( collecting: officers until '
: paid objections which I J I cannot this, a* "all similar JOCcu
them believe to be woll of the,Treasury some jof the most seri fully.invited. ? pa the o'tJ"
H3T t over by to tho '* year
public creditors. Neither founded. A'n'y'iystern thafTriay be (J occasions, the Federal Government will 18. .
obstacles l their
ous to .
rceptionwould The of the Treasury In
the perhaps
i': amounts retained in their hands, nor should be subjected tHn fullest :: report Secretaryofihe find irs' moat cive to the l8 th banks and !
those legal pro- be removed. To retain the notes fh I will exhibit the condition of these debts agency coo cu. ed blfce
J r deposited the offices, would in an vsion, so as to leave nothing to' the Executive the,Treasury wpuld be to renew, under another the extent and effect of the indulgence ; tit y and happiness of pe pJe. when !limited 11 3, cpital amlont t .
ordinary: condition.of the revenue, be larger but what is to the of present the exercise of
necessary discharge form, the 'loans of public to the the ''result to ia{ In
:I :.1.mas, cases tha.h: hoe1i .n under the con the duties i imposed on him; and*': whatever banks and the evils consequent money thereon. extension; the probable state the o and r In never assuming even for a. well!powc.rs meantobject : their 1830 there were 3300Rnki

f trot disbursing\ officers of"the Army and plan may be ultimately established, my own I I I i is, however, a mistaken impresion, Ihat'rany I other o fact o Treuur such powers as were n.designed to 268- 't. aggregate capital or1

J II t Navy, and. might) be, made' entirely safe, by part shall be so discharged as to give to it a large amount f specie is required fur pubic: era every tlon of the subject.necessary, Similar a information! be conferred upon it, we shall in reality "dmost 10 the succeeding. six : ;i.
requiting such secuitiesand exercising such fair trial, rfnd the best prospect of success.. payments, Of the seventy or eighty ; communicated in for the general welfare. To ovoid bank years thor.
t such
qontrtlling supervision as Congress may by The diameter"of funds to barocaived now estimated to be in the country, lei millons is regatd to depositories unnecessary interference wjth the capital were more than douhjj :
I law prescribe. T/hq principal omccrs whoso: and disbursed iri the transactions the Government would be'nhundantly sufficient (for that purpose, of the public moneys as are indebted I every pursuits of the citizen will result in km* the I lowest estimate, thee wet ..
t appointments woqld become necessary under likewise demands most careful provided an accumulation ofa large amount of to the government, in order that ..Congress I more 687 banks, and f
your benefit than which indndIn.g-'tb
thif i plan, taking the 'largest number sug. consideration. revenue, beyond the tcce ryut of the! may also adopt the proper measures in regard to adopt measures could. e and odd, '
d the Government, be hereafter prevented. If to these to them. only assist limited interests and are eager :egl" .
: gest by Secretary of the Treasury There
can be no doubt that those who framed considerations be ly,,but perhaps naturally sought for under e.,5O. _
added ,
\vould not exceed ten; nor the additional expenses and the facilities which will I The receipts and expenditures for the :__ ;
adopted the Constitution, having in arise from enabling the treasury to satisfy the I frt: the pressure of temporary ms tances.- From the St. Augustine '
at the same estimate thousand half of the year, and estimate of those crc Herald, 5
; sixty immediate view the depreciated paper of the public creditors, hy its drafts or notes, received the residue will be laid before the If' therefore, I: refrain (rom suggesting to Oca IMDUV Arnus.-Four I
dollars a year.: Confederacy which five hundred dollarsin in payment outs public dues, it may be safely you by : Congress any specific plan for, regulating! ing i to Maj. B. D.-Herriot, who reg.
,There can be rjq! doubt of the obligation of: paper were, at times, only equal to one assumed that no motive convenience to the Secretary of the Treasury. In his repoit exchanges of the by tle Indians in >1835. made i wer a
relieving "
those who are' entrusted with the affairs of dollar in coin- -tended to prevent the recurrence citizen requires the reception of bank paper. of December last, it was estimated that the mercantile embarrassments country ; delivered themselves up at For Pe"vt. "
government to conduct them with little To current receipts short of the expenditures ; interfering tri e;) on the rt
as. of similar evils, so far at least as say that the refusal of paper money by would'fiI with the ordinary operations foreign or domestic morning f the instanL '
; cost; to tbe nation' as is consistent with he related to the transactions of the new Gov- the Government, an unjust discrimnation between by thrCe million of dollars: it is from convictionthat were< the whjt ,, .aj
public)interest; and it is for Congress andultimately the It will be seen that the difference will be commerce ; a plain of hard fare,among th
ern mont. They: gave to Congress express urrency received by it, and that t such" within the 1efldau
for the people, to decide \yli !hcr to coin and used by individuals in their affairs much greater. This i is to be attributed not measures are not constitutional been living upon nothigt
powers money, to regulate the ordinary : province of the General) Government haS and fish-
the benefits to be derived from keeping ouf valui thereof and foreign coin; they refused is, in judgment, to view it iii a very erroneous only to tbo occurrence of greater pecuniaryembarnsments and that their entirely tor destitute They represent the I:
adoption would not core.
;& fiscal concerns apart, and severing the connection to give it'power to establish: corporationsthe light. The Constitution prohibits the in the business .f the country promote the real and'permanent welfare .f f I 1'They state that there are a number

which has hitherto existed between agents, then as now, chiefly employed States from making any thing but gold and taI those which were then predicted, th osd be to- aid. now at Major Kernel's plan alien '
they might designed n
i( the) Government and banks, offer sufficient! \ to create a paper currency; they prohibited silver a tender in the payment of debts and I consequently, a greater diminution in The dimcullies anti distmssea of the times preparing ceouly, under th snperintttd pp
t advantages to justify the .necessary expenses, the States from making any but gold and silver thus secures to every citizen a right to demand the revenue, but also to the fact that the appropriations some India ns., j:.
t If the object to be accomplished is deemed a l legal tender in payment of debts; and payment in the legal To exceeded by nearly six millions, though unquestionably, are limited in They communicate impoitant intr I
',; important to the future welfare of. the country, the first Congress directed, by positive law, provide by law that the Government currency. on the amount which was asked for in the estimates their* extent, and cant ot be regarded as af. la live to the plans and situation of the

r cannrt allow myself believe. tl,at the addition that the revenue should be received :in nothing J receive its dues in gold and silver, wi not then submitted. The sum'necessaf1 tion.ting the.permancnt piosperity of the na The Indians, they say, have no idea of'
the for the service of the Arising in a great degree from the ting. Powell and Arpinki are their _
f to public expenditure of comparatively but gold and silver. confer on it any peculiar privilege but ry year beyond the transaction rits. -- .
.4 1 so small ah amount as will be necessary Public it probable receipts and the amount which it L foreign and domestic commerce
exigency at the outset of the Government merely to plaee on an equality with thectizn The
it i is holdings at
to effect it will be the intended should be reserved in the < ) upon them that they have chiefly and Fort MeSog
'i ? objected by peo, without direct legislative authority, ,by reserving to it a right secured to \as fa'' len. The been burnt by the Indians.
pie. led to the use of. banks as fiscal aids to the by the Constitution. It is doubtless for Treasury at the commencement of the year in great agricultural! interest has, Car their promises are to Thi&e'haw
ti It will be seen by the report of the Pest TrI easury. admitted deviation from the this reason that the principle has been sanctioned wi be about six millions. If the whole of many parts of the country. suffered comparatively as they made a promise to Col. Barney.

!Lr master General herewith communicated, that law, at the same period and under the same by successive laws, from the time of e reserved balance be nt at once applied I little ; and, as if Providence intended ous to the evacuation of Fort Melee,tlat

!! 11 the fiscal affairs of that Department have exigency, the Secretary of the Treasury re, the first Congress under the Constitution I to the current expenditures i but four millions to display the munificence' of its buildings should be wesn.ed, .1, .
tr !>. en successfully conducted since May last ccived their notes ia payment duties. The down to the last. Such never i will be still kept in the Treasury, as seems goodness'ft the moment of our greatest We learn from } that die
precedents I
F the principle dealincoalr; in most ( the of ne el, and in direct contrast to the evils hue !lel that vicinity. -
upon the le- sole ground on'which the practice, thus commenced objected to and proceeding frem such source expedient or uses the mint, occasioned .
I gal of the iJnited States and that and the by the waywardness of Jesnp is at Tampa 'BaThepostatMusquigoisto ,
currency was then, or has since, been justified afford a decisive: answer to the imputation to meet contingences. sum needed man, we ''
I it needs no legislation to maintain Its credit, will be ten have been blessed throughout our extended r
is the certain, immediate, and convenient uncquality or injustice. milions. by order of Gen-Jcsup. lYoope '
and facilitate the management ofits concerns; exchange of such notes for specie. The Government But, in fact, the measure is one of restriction In making estimate, the receipts are territory with a season of general health and ,down for that purpose.

V. ihe existing laws being, in the opinion. of that did indeed receive the inconvertible not of favor. To forbid the public agentto calculated on the supposition of some further of uncommon fruitfulness. The'proeeds CoLHarney has been order I. Wa .

,_ officer, ample for thQsc1* objects.Difficulties notes of State banks during the difficulties of receive in payment any other than a certain extension of the indulgence granted in of .ur great staples will soon, furnish the for the purpose of ,.ta. _
1 will doubtless be encountered means of liquidating debts at borne and companies of the second of
war; and the community submitted without kind of money, is to refuse him discretion the payment of bonds for duties which will I regiment dra"
'I for a season, and increased services required a l abroad ; and contribute equally tJ the revival Brig. Gen. Hernandez I town y
affect the amount of the for the f .
murmur to the unequal taxation and multiplied possessed by every citizen. be revenue present for Miisquit
I may
from the public functionaries; such are usual- evils of which such a course was productive. IcfMo those who have the management of year to the extent of two and a half I l commercial activity, ant I the restoration Capt. Hanson's and Lieot

I ly incident the commencement' of every With the war, this indulgence ceased their own transactions, to make their owntcrms millions. commercial credit. The banks established hu rst's : company of mounted VM
p 1 1 system but they will be greatly I lessened in and the banks were obliged again to redeem ; but no such discretion should be givento It is not proposed to procure the required avowedly for its supports, deriving n.arched for Musquito on the 5th init.votes

;2 the progress of. ,ts operations.{ their notes in gold and silver. The Treasury him who acts merely as an agent of the L amount by loans or increased taxation.-: their proft from it, and resting under obligations

i The power and influence supposed to bo in accordance with previous practice, com people, who is to collect what the law requiresand There are now in the Treasury nine millions to which cannot be overlooked, Cholera in Central Aricric9-Ws

'ci connected with the cus'ody and disbursement, tinued to dispense with the currency rcqu'/red; to pay the appropriations it makes.; three hundred and sixty-seven thousand two will feel at once the necessity and justice of ]his\ bed on the 7th ult an account by .

.. ; of the public money,. are topics on which the by the act of 1789, and took the notes of r When bank notes are redeemed there is thenno hundred and fourteen dollars, directed by uniting their energies with those of the merle| ter of the ravages of the Cholera inCeIral prrq

public mind i is naturally and,' with great propriety banks in full confidence of their being paid I discrimination in reality, for the individual the act of tie 23d of June, 1836, to be deposited cantile interest. The suspension of specie l America. We find it confirmed

peculiarly sensitive. Much' has been in specie on demand; and Congress, to guard I t who! receives them may, at his option I, the States in October next.- payments, at such a time and under such cir- |letter| from Grenada, with .

t said on them, in reference to the pn'posedspparation against the slightest violation of this principle substitute the specie for them; he takes them This sum if so deposited, wi be subject, curostances a we have lately witnessed, ul]ars. The letter is dated addltlDa

of the Government the bank have declared, by Jaw, that if notes are from convenience or choice. When they are under the law, to be needed, to could not be other than a tempumry measure;;; "Th Cholera is now jn July

I ing institutions; and surely no one can objectTO paid in the transactions of the Government, not so redeemed, it will scarcely be contended defray exiting appropriations ; and as it i is and we can scarcely err in believing that the 1m K0t"a1: among the rnhabtUatt.

any appeals or animadversions on the subject it must be under such circumstances as to enable that their receipt and payment, by a pub now evident that the whole or the principalpart I period must soon arrive when all that are St. destiojeu zoiadaysandatTonganata,12001n21 peit

which arc consistent with facts, and I the holder to convert them into specie lic officer, should be permitted, though Jon C out, will be wanted for that purpose i it solvent will redeem their issues in gold and I 19

.t, evince a proper respect for the intelligence without depreciation or delay. 'deny that right to an individual; if it were, appears most proper that the deposite shouldbe : sil ver. Dealings abroad naturally depend I and. in many other villages, twoeinhabitantabavo

, 11 of the people. If a Chief Magistrate may be Of my own duties under the existing laws, the effect would be most injurious to the public withheld. Until the amount cal be collected on resources and prosperity at home. If th been taken off, b1

ij: allowed to speak for himself, on such a point when the banks suspended specie payments, since their officer could make none of from the banks, Treasury notes may the debt of our merchants has accumulated, pestilence.< }

,1. I can truly say, that to me nothing would be I: could not doubt. Directions were immediately those arrangements to meet .r guard against be temporarily is.iedto be gradually redeemed or their credit is impaired these are fluctuations "In two of the Indian viae"tor

more acceptable, than the withdrawal from I given to prevent the reception into the the eprecation. which an individual is at as it i: received. always incident to extensive or extravagant Salvador, the Indiana t stout,

: the Executive,' to the greatest practicable extent Treasury of any thing but gold and silver orits liberty to can inconvenience to the I am aware (hat this course may be productive mercantile transactions. But the ultimate butchered many of the inhabitants, : '

F of all concern. in the custody and dis equivalent; and every practicable ariangc- 'community be alleged as an objection to such of inconvenience t* many .f the security of such obligations does not that the President of the Republic

i i bursement of the public revenue; not that I I I m eat was made to preserve the publie faith, i I regulation. Its object and motive are their I states. Relying upon the acts of Congress admit qticstien. They are guarantied eiby s, had poisoned all the rivers t a b

I would shrink from any responsibility cast upon by similar or equivalent payments to the public convenience and welfare.If. which held out to them the strong probability i- the resources of a country the fruits of poor people and deliver the country
me by the duties of my office, but because creditors. The revenue from lands bad pt a moment of simultaneous and unexpected I- ir not the cerainty, of receiving this in I- whose: industry afford abundant means of l the English; and. as a farther I
it is my firm belief, that its capacity for use been for some time substantially so collected, suspension by the banks, it adds stahrent.lhey have In some instances adopted L- ample liquidation, and by the evident inter' inquired why have none of t&a pr
fulness is in no degree promoted by the possession under the order issued by the directions of something to the many embarrassments of measures with which its retention may f!t every merchant to sustain a credit, bith1erto They actually murdered a poor. l.

? of any patronage not actually necessary my predecessor. The effects of that order that proceeding, yet ths arc far overbalanced I- seriously interfere. That such a condition; high, by promptly applying these means who was wandering on the banks of;

I : to the performance of those duties. But'under had been so salutary, and its forecast in re. by its direct tendency to produce a o things should have occurred i i.s: much tobe for its preset vation.I vcr Limpa, in quest .f a strayed mule,'

( our present form of Government the gard to the increasing insecurity of bank paper wider circulation of gold and silver, to increase regretted. It is not the least among the deeply regret that events have occurred I der the pretext that be was going to: .

intervention ofthe Executive officers in the had become so apparent, that, even before the safety of bank paper, t improve unfortunate results of the disasters of the which require me to ask your consideration the river-that is, a river large m
custody and disbursement cUbe public money the catastrophe had resolved not to interfere :- the general currency, and thus to prevent altogether 'I- limes ; and it i:for Congress to devise a fit o such serious topics. .I could have wished I I J uen So ] has been a the ides
1 seems to bo unavoidable and before it such occurrence, and the other and th,t, in making first general
1 ; can with its operation. Congress is now I remedy, if there he one. The money being my communication tothe the waters are poisonous,
I br admitted. that the influence and power of to decide whether the revenue shall continueto far greater evils that attend them. dispensable to the wants .f the assembled representatives of my country here (Granada) will not that.h

the Executive would be increased by dispen' be so collected or not. I may, indeed, be questioned, whether it it is difficult to conceive upon Trensur.principle ; I had nothing to dwell upon but the history any account." .n

: sing with the agency of banks, the nature of The receipts into the Treasury, of banknotes is not for the interest of the banks themselves justice o expediency its applicationto o her unalloyed prosperity. Since it is other -

that intervention in such an agency must be not redeemed in specie on demand I, that the Government should not receive their that object can be avoided. To wise, we can only feel more deeply the responsibility Nothing made in Vai&-TobaccG

,.M I carefully regarded, and a comparison must I be will not, I presume, be sanctioned. It would paper. They would be conducted with more .any portion* of tho sums already deposited recnl of the respective trusts that have between the beds, &c., and a d

r instituted between' its extent in the two cases.The :, destroy, without the excuse of war or public caution and on sounder principles. By with the elates would be more inconvenient: been confided to us, and under the'pressure tobacco* w;th penny royal braoche4

revenue can only be collected by officers distress, that equality of imports, and identity using specie onlv in its transactions, the and less efficient. To burden the country: of difficulties, unite in invoking the guidance !the'room, are a sovereign remedy ()

I appointed by the President with the of commercial regulation, which lie at the; Gorment would create a demand for i it, with increased taxation, when the'rc is in facta and aid of IhA b'upreron H..ICI or nations, bugs-and we are glad to learn that-t *
advice and consent of the Senate. The which would l. noJ in laboring with zealous resolution weed, tobacco, can be used for oocpurpose.
public I feundation of our Confederacy, and would offer a great extent. prevent i its large surplus revenue, ould bo unjust to u &
it moneys, in the first instance, must, there- to each State a direct temptation to increase exportation and by keeping it in circulation and unwise ; to raise mopcys by loans under overcome the difficulties, by Which we are {l Portland Adrertisu

tL forej;.in all cases, pass through 'hands selected I its foreign trade, by depreciating the mair.tuin a broader and safer btsis for the -such circumstances, and thus to .con] environed.

by the Executive. Other offices appointed currency received for duties in its ports. paper currency.)'. That the banks would thus mence a netv national debt, would be sanctioned I.is, under such circumstances, a hihgratfcatln : The IIe have had a euctiag too?:

,IT in the same way, or, as in some cases, by Such a proceeding would also, in a great degree bo rendered more sound. and tho communi- by the American people. to know,, by long 'countryman drovehis, cart up to te'ddor grot
I the President alone, roust also be entrusted frustrate the policy, so highly cherished, ty more safe, cannot admit of a d ubt. The plan proposed will be adequate to all at we act bra people to whom the truth, t and asked "him what he_ (or e;

with*them when drawn for the purpose of o infusing into our circulation! a larger proportion The forgoing'ie" it seems to me, do our fiscal operations during the remainder however unpromising can always be spoken 'only 17centV, was the reply, for

disbursement. It is thus seen that, even: of the precious metals; a policy, the but fairly carry outthe provisions oftho Federal of the year. Should it be adopted, the Treasury ; with'safety ; for the trial of whose patriotism grecers have had" a meetingand vote
when banks are the funds Constitution in relation no is too severeand who give no more., Again the countryman(jj jjto'
employed, public wisdom of which none can doubt, though to th currency, aided by the ample resource of'the emergency are
t; must twice pass through the hands of Executive there may be different opinions as to the extent : as far a relates to the public revenue. At country be able to discharge, punctually I- sure never to desert a public functionary; : marketand asked the grocer what he'j
14 officers: Besides'this, the head of the to which it should .be carried. Its results the time that instrument was frtmed there l every \i pecuniary obligation. For the future honestly laboring for the public good. It for eggs 0I. -''.only twelye'cents, said tWjcer '

t Treasury Department, who also holds his office have been already too auspicious, and were Lu three or fOr banks in the United: all that is be that caution seems just that they:should receive, withoutdelay "for the grecers have bad utk
tJ: at the pleasure of the President, and i its success is too closely interwovcH with the States; and had the extension cf the banking and forbearance needed'wi lfl appropriations which the any aid in their embarrassmentswhich meeting and voted cot to give, no rooriA

t t 'ome other officers of the same department, future prosperity of the country: to permit us i system, and the e'ils growing out of it, diminution ef the revenue requires, and your deliberations can afford. Coming third time thecountrymancame aiW
..'! ''must necessarily be invested with more .)r for a moment to contemplate its abandonment.We been foreseen they would probably have which complete accomplishment or great: i directly from .the midst of them, and 1 j th same inquiry, and the grocenepll4.

I less power in the selection, continuance, and have seen, under its influence, our specie been specially guarded against. The 5amepolcy forwardness of expensive national undertakings knowing the course of evens in every section j th grocers' had held a meeting 'a( !

supervision, of the banks that may be cr n- augmented beyond eighty millions; our which led to the prohibition of bills of renders many equally consistent with country, from you may best be learnt 'voted to>give only ten c ni.Ha c.

ploy a. The question is then nan owed to coinage increased to as to make that of gold c by the State, would, doubtless, in prudence and patriotic liberality. 8 well the extent and nature' of these embarrassments :any for sale,' continued grocer--'

,. the single point, "whether, in the intermediatestage amount, betwcen'August, 1834,'and December that event, have also interdicted their issue The preceeding and recommendations as the most desirable- measures :says the countryman THE SSS H+J

; between the. collection and disbursement 1836, to ten millions of dollars; exceeding as a currency in any other form. The Constitution are submitted suggestions, in the belief that of relief. A MEETING TOO, and voted not to f

I of'the' public money, the agency oft i the whole coinage at the mint during the however, contains m such prohibition their adoption by Congress will 'enable the I am aware, however that it is not proper themselves to lay eggs for 10 cextsL.rBosten ?

banks i if necessary to avoid a' dangerous e thirty-one previous years. The prospect of ; and, since the States hive exercised, Executive department to conduct onr fiscal) to detain you, at present, longer than may bedemanded t -.:>t

i I tention of the patronage and influence of the further improvement continued without abate f for nearly half century tho power to regulate : concerns with success so far as their management : by the special objects for which'

- Executive! But is it clear that the conneCt rnent until the moment of the suspension of l the business banking, :it i i. not to be has been committed to it. Whilst you are con\tne. Ta them, therefore, I W.BrNoToS 01.. Arc. 2-S.t

I lion of the. Executive' with powerful moneyed specie payments. This policy t has now i indeed expected that itril be abandoned. The the objects and the means proposed to attain have confned my communication, and believing : CoNFLiCRATi8X.--Last night'
t i institutions capable of ministering lo the .in- boon suddenly checked, but i is still I far whole matter now under discussion before them are within its constitutional l not be your own' wish Jo' 'e (- i ing little. town was visheH by _

terest'of men in poinJs where they are most from being overthrown. Amidst all conflicting t the'proper tribunal-the people of the Stati!S. and appropriate duties, they will at powers t the lend your deliberations' beyond them, I' re threatened general 'destruction.. AB*

accessible to corruption is less liable! tb abuse theories, one position is undeniable: the Never before has the public mind been so same time, it is hoped. by 'their necessary serve till the usual: period of your annual! for Providence of God, the whole

I than constitutional. agency in the appointtneot precious metal will invariably disappearwhen thoroughly awakened to a proper sense of operation afford essential aid in the transaction meeting, that gen information on tbestateolho must have been completely destroyed.
.and' control of the few public officers there ceases to be a necessity for their its importance; never has the'subject, in al individual concerns, and thus yield Union.which the Constitution requires night being very calm. The fire bran' :
I required by the proposed plan Will the public use, as a circulating medium. It was in i its bearings; been submitted so searching relief to the people at large in form adapted me to give. M. VAN BUREN. about 9 o'doc in a kitchen, _en Mr4._

J h money.. when in their hands, be necessarily strict accordance with this truth, that whilst, an. inquiry. It would be drttnuting the i intelligence to the nature of our Government.I Morris1 .ituald near the pubJ! .s

.: exposed to any improper interference on in the'month of May last, they were everywhere and virtue .f the people to dii.ibt ."'1 hose who Inok to the action of this Govern A correspondent of the National Intel and raffed trearncndour ..

the part of the Executivet May it not be seen, and were current for all ordinary the speedy and efficient adoption of such ment forspecific aid to the citizen, t relieve em" gencer gives the following details:_ near twelf Abl'tiry boildi

hoped"thait a prudent fear of public jealousyand purposes, they disappeared from circulationtho measures of refoi in 8 the public geod de- barrsment arising from losses ''revlutionsi The bank capital United States, at destroyed, ; gs, slow*,!

dUipprobation in a matter so peculiarlyexposed moment the payment of specie: .was refused mand. All that can rightfully l be done by commerce and credit lose sight of the ends the close of 1810 was Of this office; one large layer, (Mr.-AJexane. ..
; : tJ lheoDv wIU I (deter him from by the banks and the community tacitly the ''Federal' Government, t. promote I the which U was created and powers with $IOOOOOO belonged$8,856,0. of Stablel"Gi House, &c. &e. Many*
: such interference, eve'n )higher motives abe which{ it is clothed. .It was established to give c sustained heavy losses/
4 I agreed to dispense with its employment.Their accomplishment of that important object, the United States, the charter of which 'ex
,, 1 security to us all, .in bar lawful and honorable i been insert
found! inoperative May not Congress so regulate place was supplied by a currency exclusively will, without doubt be performed.In pursuiisiinder the lasting safeguard of republi!i pired in larch 1311. _. l little of tb property i _I- having' .. .
of those officers -
bylaw the duty and of paper and in many cases, of I the tho meantime, it is ourduty to"provide institutions.. If was n tJnte ded 'to confer The afbanka in; 1810 was There is from' RaIa
I subject it t,0, ,'suth&upervisiois and publicity?} worst 'description. Already are the banknotes all the'remedies against a depreciated paper special favors on individuals,or on any classes of about 88. At th close of 1812 thenumber nothing important has'sgaia'811"
as.to'prevent the possibility of any .serious now in circulation greatly depreciated, currency which the Constitution enables them :. t create systems Agriculture, manu bad increased t.more ,than' '122; and the! Spain Don Carlos
4 abase' on the'part' of the Executive and Is and they fluctuate in value between one place us to afford.The Treasury Department, factures, or trade ; or to engage in (him, either bank capital to $77,26,3,000. Tbts large in; fom his pursue, and i. giMj *!

1L there equal room for such: supervision and and another; thos 'diminishing ,and.inoki r ng on several former occasions, has suggestedthe separately or in connexion with individual citizens .in 'a great degree consequent J ever. He is in. the nei r'r'.t: ;

1) publicity in a connection with. banks,acting' under uncertain the worth of property and the priceof propriety and importance of a uniform or organized Isiation. 'If it operation creu on the refusal by Congress..., to; recharterthe gassa. Upperia to &: .t i .
t. I the shield of corporate immunities, labor and were to be directed) ,any one ,equivalent the powet of hw J -
failing to ribserve except at a law concerning W 'first Bank of the United. .- :
I t;conducted by persons ,irresponsible: to abe I heavy I loss,. the purposes of business. ;Withea.cb. and ether bnkers.bankruptcies Through crorat.ions'ri-I-, (and avor the must, in justice to bestow;. ('extended'to such favors''the with rest! Nearly all the banks in the Stt Union, except km; uoderiZaratequi, ,whch. crO1EbrGCOfltiOUS
t I Government the It is'believed attempt an to
succeeding day' the metallic currency of such law, silutary check equal hand evel.t. those-in NewEgIaniuspendei btb
that ,considerate and candid mentality or select those who should specie .. The 6f AofUstMho ?
.j I : 'investigation of decreases; ;,by some it is boarded, in .the na- may'doubtlesi be imposed 0 the issues of mwst deserve them, would never' be successful. payment if 1814. In Febrarf,1815'wreeive ; a .has
these questions J will .resnlt in, !tho conviction: ; I tinl: fear,that,once parted with,it cannot be paper money, and an effectual remedy giveri All communities ate apt 10 look t Government :news ofp.ec. : : : aa,;.menIJ; packet J ak.,broj
4i p tb&Vthe: proposed plan is, far' less liable to replaced while by. otliers' it is diverted to.the citizen in a way at'once equal in t for to muclu. Even ioour.wn country,when? ,Tbelecand B United. States fresh supply of.Ameticap)' :<
(t( I objection; on the score of Executive patronage its more legitimate uses, for the sake of ftLin. all parts of the Union, and fully : its powers and duties' are $stricdyhimited, we wan-chartered by Congress, i ia 1816'wiuYa' owing to_ the abundance ;of* money i
*Ti and Dtto1. thaij):'an bank that in.of tuthorizedby ID do '"* they: taken otlpCdihye
e y agency. Should Congress sanction this condition! the Constitution. 7 are prone so, especially at jrea of" p ; capture/; '.35000000. .was organized, wo sand
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'With' nu- of bis dined, with .therIQQeOI'\ ,
s3Ilcve to Congress the b. rrme. Jadj '
receivablejn payment of public duet, a temporary the payment .f for .duties, "1e people who rexeeflentQtth .t tIStJofFebruary 1817tbe most .
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m QQmm.1fURDAY furnished provisions and forage for tie.tiOOp8 with' the people;fimilisr whh.their wishes ..LFRED A i authorized to ST.;JOSETH FLORIDA. SlXVtek* alter.dat VI: a&atf" IftoW M -

{Jlu. by the omission ,of their who have and interests; and what is more, he has the firn receive te'P1SEiE. duq my V fMin ppopnetw t tiMjilaoifeo HOUM begs to Court ef Leon cntr;Tor fc*.*
I oScera Dee V ,JL return Q sioc r*thanks to hUfrieada and the Un of on the
1837JiAIN anc administration estate fBekaDaTWV
23 .
SEPTEJtBE died left and independence to assert and maintain .
or the -
coon try,to give proper Tooehert fof : J t bkmlt be returned according law public gener Dyfor the liberal patronage which son. '.dec'd late ol( uidVcountv.V 7 '. .' *
the supplies received unable theitribll.' To"a mind naturally! and by the and all have bestowed his : ? > I jcfe
are to obuin'a penny. strong taxes fn arrer they upon establishment, and toaasure : ? s.. Anxm.NOTICE. .
.albo ud I and requested to present Others, whoe ,:stacks of fodder, provisions, 'and improved i by education, he adds ,n experience ter the 1st October, will be collected a- them that'do'future exertions shall be*pared: Sit9i8W. ;34* V V

C 0. T jnoir, Eaq M a candidate ilaoiatien\ teams, have been distrained from them on public subjects possessed by few *mongci us,I i ly, b ylevyupan the property of the delinquents. to render it worJay oC * Leon in the SM'L. H. '
'JLg pep0r county and pressed, into the service of the and little doubt/is entertained, that' h. weuld V DUVAL LL ownin *. V
COUDClL government, 7 To strangers, expecially those.inhabiuaU of the: 4 persons *IoU within the limits of rf V
SSta' \"e : hereby their whole crops were left to decay upon make, if so fortunate as to obtain the public-confidence South who are desirous of procuring a pleasaatmad j 'Corporation .of the city.TaHahaseee,,ar** V V V

that; plantations, have been absolutely refused com a useful. member. > J. V NOTICE. healthy residence during the summer:'seaMM', the lereoy notified to cleans the same nfl orbefen S* V

-e.re .uth..ritrd and request d to announecinrJAK pensation. The disbursing officer'thongh offering I SIX web after date, application will b mae t city of St..Jtsepb.ofler*maay unparalleled adt.< (urday next the 19th inst.oral! noismndea ealcabOcd"io .

SflWLRT as a can ldate to repre to pay, was forbidden by the'government the I V [Communicated. t Jwdge of the County Court of ceunty tages; the heat of the day is constantly tempered by cam disease/. : weetft,'trash,(/ filth of svejj;
of 1eon county in the next LeiicCounci ,upon ] of Lon, ftr letters of administration on the estate the cool l and invigoraling breeze, and the'absence des cription. All LOTS not attended.lobytj V
f t the ple (. ground that the law did not provide for payment for Miss ParroW Female Seminary. of Elijah Harvey of sid county. of any large body of fresh water courtly exempts time above stipulated will,be cleansed bj tha hafdaf

that which was distrained by force' Such acts of The gentlemen and heads families in Tal A. FORMY DUVAL. the city from any local causes of Sea employed by UK City Corporation foe that purpoM Vent

legalized robbery need no comment. Yet, forsooth, lahassee l and its Sept. 23, J837. 7 baihiag,blat preservative of health may' and chffed the owners of taid loiaj aoajn: .
'Wt.rtauthnrized.ndrequetlt? to announce if we complain of this injustice, we are mrt with the vicinity, are informed that this i here be enjoyed in its greatest perfection, a co, imo.; of the owner*refining to pay.? for said work ue lota

L. PAISH to repreCouncil "We : highly accomplished Lady will be in Tallahassee Cotton. dious bath house having been erected on a bottotit wiUlI, sold at public auction_for the,payment of thesame. V
LJMLs Jefferson 10 the Le reply, are fighting your battles and you are I subscriber will advance on Cotton, de .
unt1 of next about the 1st November next fur the THE of fine white sand. Nor are the mean of amusement .
the ( bound to afford at St. Marks Tallahassee the RailRoad V V
pot t us subsistence. Scores of soldiers, pur or sail boats S.l1.'COtJRTNEY
wanting are hand ,
1 ve who have expended more than the amount of their: pose establishing, immediately on her arrival, Depot.. R. //. BERRY.SepL. excursion on ;the beautiful and always picturesque at for bay en,I Tallahassee, Aug.14, 1837.2 City JHanbal. -.t :

rttt JT. WALKEB, Esq., of St. Marks, at pay in the expense applying for it, have at length a Seminary for the instruction of young ladies 23, IB37. 7 4tSALT. wh ere the little island of Inch Keith,whose iudena* I Ia I

5TB. cf a 'large portion of his; neighboursoliclt relinquished th. hope) of remuneration from the government in all branches of useful and ornamental ed .-iJ50 sacks salt, for. ale by are strikinginstanceof taste,ingcnu ;and per months afrer NOTICE.date I shall -.
.. Hi severance 4S afforded a scene ofgenerat attraction present my.
) ? consented to become n .dtdte to When the ucation. BERRY. I SIX
111I J friend.119* lie| wullty ofLeon in the next common enemy is driven by Sept. 23, 1837. I. 73t to visitors. Carriages may at any time be procured, and apply to the Hon. thejudj of the' I
tli"CouncIl'r.rf! VICU US. famine to ask raticn's from the public granary our Miss Parrotl will bring with her the most ample and the drive along the beach carabines the pleasureof County Court fmm-the'lcziinistraton settlement ; V

"e most Christian government, ever mindfal of the and satisfactory testimonials of her rquzilificationsf.r Bagging mid Kope.Osf44 inhaling the sea breezes and gratifying the eye: and discharge John of the I
PIECES Bagging 200 coils by a succession estate of' Capt. Hills,late of Oadfden cou tv,.
scripture directions if its ; Rope V strikingly beautiful
autborizcd and requested to announce "enemy hungers feed.1liim ; the head of such an Sr ; scenery.
fie "L if he institution for sale by H. B RRY. With these attractions, and many others which i it Florida. :
candidate ; thirsts gives him drink." I
a to If
W. jjanncrman as repre- its "chil although her high reputation would JONA. ROBINSON AdministratoN V V
render would be tedious
I, Ipt. 1. I it Sept 23,1837. 7 3t to etonoerate, the proprietor of the ,
t lhe'couoty ef Leon W the next LceisUlive ask bread, it gives them a btone"-nay, it even almost unnecessary. To the mild character of Mansion House offers to the public a table supplied August It, 1837. :lNOTICJB. m I! 'Vp

01 __ adheres so literally to the sacred text, as to "tak our climate we shall owe this Pilot Bread, Coffee, and Syrup. with every delicacy, to which the bay contributes a ;
its children's bread, and give it to dogs." acquisition to our .0 BBLS. Pilot Bread;20 do Syrup; 3 bogsCoffee rich supply of fish, among which are the Green V
, r' art authorized and requested to announce Let co one, before examining this own growing city; for as her health is impaired ; for sale by Turtle Pompino Flounder, Sheersheart4-c. A THESUBSC UBERinlendlngtoremonfrom: I V
k M.SCOTT as a candidate to represent Jefler- subject, scout by the severity of a,northern climate Miss Parrott R. H. BERRY. bar stocked with tbe choicest wines and liquors, and ,offsrs lot sate a valuable
Jwot'y in the next Legislative Council. at theae icmarks as "abuse." We do not speak contemplates making her Sept. 23, 1837. 7-3t chambers furnished with excellent beds, linen, <$-c- tract of LAND situated about six miles from Tallahassee j.
t unadvisedly or without evidence of the truth of; His personal attention will always be given to the: near Jackson containing.400 acres,

aa'honJed and requested to announce what we assert; and though many, at a distance: permanent this piece and accordingly will be DRY GOODS. comfort of his guests,and he can confidently assure 150 of which are cleared aad under cnluvau.o .-'-
re are
fu.LlUU, Esq. as a candidate to represent the th'eugh ignorance may charge us with giving a accompanied two Ladies well qualified as JUST reh'ed, a per general Schr Wm.assortment Ri eway.of from I them that nothing shall be found wanting. and He also a set offers of Blacksmith for sale the took growing a..d crop and utensil stock, 8.1t ;
the next Legislative Council. Brti.h. farming ,
of Leon false teachers her .JRMStRONG. '
'If colouring or stigmatize us as would-be agitators Seminary.The French and .American Dry Goods; suitable N. B. .a steamboat is and a cotton gin. '

we could substantiate,by the actual sufferer parents and Guardians of young ladies i in Fall Irt'e. For sale by R. H. RERP V. uJ..rJl between this city now and established St. Marks to run and ye.- Tfcia; iraot won formerly owned by Capt. H. P, .V '
reare authorized and requested to announce within Tallahassee-_September 23, 1337. arrangements Simmons J has on it a valuable mill seat and (
our reach, more than we have alleged.SPEED. this place, and public spirited gentlemen 7.3" are making for a line fcom N. Orleans roan
Ii,t c E. Dtifv, Esq. es a candidate to repre- _ _ _ generally which will afford the shortest t, its location possesses other considerable advantget. I
:be county of Leon In the next Legislative are earnestly requested to take this subjectinto : BACON, FLOUR AND RICE. and most pleasant For terms apply to the proprietor on the plantation.
UNPRECEDENTED The President'smCSS3e route: between that lIce and the North.
Cl1 their consideration, and to afford every aid I 1 0 400 l lbs Baltimore BACON, THOMAS SIMSONAusust '
was carried on hfrseb&ck frem Wash 70 25th 1837.$ c
I ,
I in their power to establish permanently an institution rw REGULAR PACKETS. j
|fe Ire authorized and requested to announce in:: ton-l\ Baltimore, a distance of 36 miles I in I : 2OCasksltICE. SCHOONER Lady NOTICE. + -
Lj.THOMAS BROWX, as a candidate to amongst us, so much required. B Just received schooners and Wm.Ridgeway. -
hour and per
represent one forty eight minutes. From Baltimore Escor Washington, M. Swaim, weeks after
date shan. to the HoaV V
pop1e of Leon county in the next Legislative For sale by BERRY. and SIX apply
master schr Washington
to \YiImington! 70 miles, by rail road, in i From the -_ ': the County Court of Leon ftr
N? Y MOrfliT !
: Herald Sept. 23,1837. 7-3w
11th Taahasee.
_ Jefferson
_ letters of administration the ofWright
hour and four estate
one fifty minutes. From "Wil MONEY MARKET will upon :
Sunday Sept. 10, 6 P K. LEON COUNTY COURT. run as regular packets T. Glisson. deceased, late of said county. .- ', ,
I Ft art authorized and requested to announce mington to Philadelphia by horse in one lieu After week of agitation produced by the betwten St. Mark and N. Orleans. For freightor HENRY HW ALKER..

jjaK M RANDOLPH, Esq., as a candidate to anjtnt d forty eight minutes; and from Philadelphiato events Washington stocks closed Edward Loockerman "\ Assumpsit. At'nt for passage, apply to Swaim, Loyd &Co, StJlark Dated August 1837. 3-6w -
the people of Leon county in the next yesterday rt. I $32-86, & sum. resp! or to Kerr & Kirksey Tallahassee. _ _ ,_ _ __ _ Fl
'I.tire! :ounCil.fcareauthorized. New York in less than five hours. It was but at very nearly the tame prices which they did Wm Jourdan and Henry >Ior $165 dam's; issued: Nov. 18,1836. 15 ELECTION.

twenty four hours on the route from Washington nn the preousveek.- The developments made Smith trading, &c. n j Sept 21,18:17: ; returna- -
by Cengress have a3 yet, had ne visible effectupon Jourdan 4- Smith. J J We to March t'm, 1833.Til GROCERIES. TfcTOTICE is hereby given that an election for V
. and requested to announce to Boston a distance pf 500 miles. This is E defendants in JL, four Members; to the Co. of Leoaat
Je current of trade or the exchanges. If said case, and all others i in E have just received from New Orleans repre.ent
.F. F. AI.T ET as a candidate to represent by far the shortest time in which the distancehas any thing the influence is injurious to certain will take notice of the institution of W invoice of Bacon, Claret Wine, Madeira the ensuing session of the Legislative'Council

ouD1jr ol' Uadsden in the next Legislative ever been performed. great suspended interests. V said suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attachment Vine Pickles, Whiskey <$-c. which we will sell!1 ol the Territory of Leon of Florida will be held in the said _
One of the and to appear and plead l to the declara.tln low for cash. county on Monday the 9th day of October _
The Express mail conveyed .the message I to most remarkable features officially filed in sail next, at the followiLg precincts, TJZ: .
action according to the statutes G.
Charleston in fifty two hours from JYasllln ton, disclosed l| is the Treasury report on the singula'rmovements in j such case made and provided. July 29 II. 4T.. E. L1NDENBERGER. No. 1. At Sr. Marks, under the superintendence V
'rure authorized and requested to announce in the 51 of E W Dorsey, A Crane and L A Madden.
export or of
import ,
1 and brought news from New York in less than specie CHARLES S. SIBLEY, Att'y of _
ALBERT J. DOZIER, as a candidate to re since the 15lii of May last. Dated Sept. 21, 183S. Plf. 2. At Cuthber-'s Store Shell Point, under the V .'

ot the county of Jefferson in the next Lejtive THREE DATS.Thomas We have already stated on a former clay the -: H. NOTICE. superintendence Of A- J.Forrester,."C. Walker, :
Council. equality in these counter mvements-detfucin NOTICE. R DAVIDSON REUBEN SCOTTi and E. Winslow., V ,! V
Allen, Esq. Editor of the Mjdisonian ig' are my agents to transact any business 3. A. Blocker's X Roads under the
the unquestionable fact that nearly all the, IX weeks after date, I will apply to the Sod 26 mine in Gadsden superintendence V
'Iif"earelUdlorized and requested to announce was on the, thirteenth. ballot elected printer to which existed in the country in May: last specie .of the County Court of Leon county, for letters thorized te receive county.and pay the debts Davidson of the is late also firm a u Peter Joshua Chaires. Byrd Hamilton. Budaon,V and Tom.

uunc M. GIBSON, Esq. as a candidate to rent the House of Represents lives. The vote stoodIir > still remains here. It is even highly probablethat > of administration on the estate of Joseph D. firm of i Harrison and Wilder. 4. At Tallahassee under the V V I
Grisett. late of said deceased.s' superintendence of f
!. the people of Leon county in the next Allen. 113, Blair & Rives 101, Gales & Sea more specie is now in this country at ti county WAf. HAWKINS. WM. U. WILDER. William Billiard,.. H. Dnval and Richard hatr.r

'alive Council. ton 9, scattering 2. The Intelligencer will Low day, than there was on the llth of May, when. Sept. 1C, 1837. 6-Cw: Apalachicola 1st August, 1537. 52-6m r. -

for the banks simultaneously and treachereuslv 5. At Smith's, Black Creek, under the superintendence
ever, the present do the work. NOTICE. V _
[Wtirr authorized and requested to announce suspended payments under a ridiculous pressure : NOTICE. A LL persons holding claims against James Patterson of James H.ut. John Smith, and Frederick .

% U.LUM JFYATT, as a candidate to repre. The late gale which felt caused by speculators and others who wanted SIX weeks after date, I will apply to the Judge .' ,late of Jackson deceased i Scott. #1
was so severely at St.; county are 6. At Tatum's nnJer the '
:the i people of Leen caunty in the next Le. them to launch out in extravagant issues inre the County Court of Leon county fbi letters! requested to them superintendence '
present duly authenticated
live Council. Marks Apalachicola, &.C., has extended the nrrler to keep "P l high' prices.COTTON ; o administration on the estate of John Brail, late of within the time-prescribed by law,or this notice will, John Taturn Samuel Sexton,and Lionel Fletcher

whole length of eur Atlantic rn,Bt, .- r-r north I said county, deceased. be plead in bar of their All indebted 7. At Stewart's ferry under the superintendence _
recovery. -
MARKET. o Horace Withers, and James
lithe:season advances we look with increasing: as Boston. .d..g considerable damage in many The demand in our market continues fair. 16, 1S37. 6; to the estate are herely required to make Willis. ; V

ttttbe yvpuraiions in projrrrs fri the next places.A have no change to remark in prices. Spt. immediate payment to the subscriber. At Parish's Store, under the superintendence of '
v_ .. About thia period last year, the Ten- since 1st inst. 2557 bales. medical College of Georgia. MARY PATTERSON, Adm'x. Miles Blake James Joyner, and Andrew Taylor.

i brigade and the Florida troops marched from salute of one hundred guns was fired at Savannah THE Course of Lectures in this institution will Jackson county 29th July, 137. 52 2mMARSHAL'S 9. At Shehee's, under the superintendence of _

i place to renew the attack upon the foe. At Ceo, in honor of the Whig victories in FORTITUDE.'. What's the matter, boy?" October and be on continued the third Monday usual (to ICth the) of last next of SALE.BY John bee Havis, Reuben Manning.and John H. Sh. V V

bumf,while! diseass, fir more fatal than the am- Rhode Island. E belt! e Iieh" snivelled the urchin wipinp March. The 1st of April, instead a of the third Wed virtue and in pursuance of a certain writ, of 10. At Cromartfe's,under the superintendence of .! Vr

or the savage, was making its inroads upon his nose with his coat sleeve,-"Father's killed nesoyof this mont will be commencoment day. (pluries)issued oat of the Superior Cromartie, Charles Bannerman,. and John L.
Hank,. and the elements seemed to have con- The standing committees of the Senate have I by liglitnin-molhr'a fell down stairs and broke srs nre. Court of the Middle District of Florida, in and for Vickers. :

3 U damp their ardor and obstruct their been appointed by the Vice President. We do I her neck-sister's fell in the well-and I don'tcare L. ./. Dugas, M. D. of Anatomy. the county of Jefferson returnable to Novemberterm 11. Magnolia, under the superintendence of I V _
pro a d-n !" Charles Davis M. D. (formerly of Charleston,) of 1837 in which James L Parish is plaintiff.and Benjamin Byrd, Wm J and John Hamiin-
I,they took up their line of march; and, though I not see the name of Mr. Calhoun' on any of them. John B Scott defendant I shall ,
"I should think it Chemistry and Phirmacy. on Saturday the 7th Given ur.dermyhand at Tallaliasse this 29th
wag said Mr. Pick ,
te soon presented her rueful visage to deter l laughing. wick. Joseph A. E\'e. M. D. of Theraputics and Mste V nay day of October, 1337, at the court house ih Mot iti- day of August D 1837.

t i from their enterprise they encountered and RESlJolPTION.--The New York Times, a Van Medics. cello, in said county.in legal hours Bell at public I... .*. THOMPSON,

ime every obstacle with unflinching firmness. Buren paper of the conservatives order, says:::- George M. Newton, M. D. (just returned from I Eu auction, the following property, viz. slaves-Joel, 4-tf .ICCLC

different the aspect of affairs now presented! rhe: banks will, and can resume specie EXPLOSION.-On Saturday last, the 2d tp) of Physiolog and Pathological Anatorx; Sena,Jude, Gilbert, Isaac, Gilbert jr,Marian, C or- -
the payments i inst., about halfpast 6 o'clock.P. M. three L. Institutes of Medicine i and nelius, ..MllyJmy and City and their increase MIDDLE DISTRICT-FRANKLIN SUP'R. _
ni&tUnduig note preparation which has when the balance ef trade is restored and nf the M'-,Jiral Jurispnidenre. .ilso.all thi hnuehold and kitchen furniture farm COURTFFU.LIAH i

jioattding long and loud through the country, I exchange becomes in our favor. Specie then buildings ntincjjert to the extensivegun Paul F. Eve, M; D. of Principles and Practice of ing utensils 3 horses, i mule,d cows and calresand i FORBES ) Assumpsit.- Attachment V for V : _
idenc of powder manufactory at Danfield Coooecticut one four wheel road 1
energetic action is vi ible. The ) Surgery. wagon.
will not be at a premium, and though confidencein w. I($202.50, issued July l5Uir
flourish made by government in the call for with about 250 kegs of powder, A Cunningham M. D. of Theory and Practice! of Levied on lC the property of sail defendant i and JOSHUA GatsT and ?[ 1337. Returnable to NO- V
notes not be sold under said execution ; _
perfectly established issued
may re Aledirinc. decree
ers It aid the FieridUnt yet were blown upon a of CHARLES .JfHEATONj vember Term
in their up fortunately no lives were lost 1837.
unhappy such sacrifices and exertions be 31. Antany M. D. of and Diseases of sii'J court for the foreclosure of a mortgage given HE defendant t) '
as Obstetric I TW1 said
'n not met with may nececsary cor in case, and all othew in- ,
a single response. Nee r any person inju/ed. The loss of property Females and Infants. by him to said plaintiff dated 2 Uh day of Feb. M.
the, banks will be teres ,trill take notice of the institution of
ere i a more favorable equal to. So long as specie > is estimated 1533 for $8500 debt besides : Vj
season for campaigning at about 2500. The Wm. Henry Robrt. Prosector. interest and costs, according said suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attachment -

prc!uninterrupted health has perva- is worth even five per cent advance a bank causes of the explosion is unknown. The Fees for the course, the eight tickets $120DemeDHrBtion lo THOMAS law. and. to appear and plead to the declaration, ; _

country during the whole summcr. Instead: cannot under existing circumstances pay it out, establishment was owned by Loomis, Hazard once, 10 E RANDOLPH Marshal. filed in said action, according to 'the satutesiu.

cant rains, which last autumn inundated our fit issues any noles, or in other words discounts & Co., and has been recently built nnd Matriculation Diploma once v,, :30 5 Dated August 17, 1S37 ByS.//DUV.JLDJJf 2tslIARSHAL'S such case-made and provided. _

,,7,the weather is settled cool at all." in cluRLEsS.sISLZTAtt'yoPrf.. I
and .
serene.r put operatbn. For particularsc.. see Circular, or apply to Dated 4ug. 1, 1837. 52-3m
[propitious season is fast passing away, and PAUL F. EVE Dean of Faculy.August : SALE. ,I '

We ask, It It not improt 7 We answer, for We are indebted to his Excellency the Governor Ga. A eg. 7. BY virtue and in pursuance of a certain writ tof NINETY.FIVE DOLLARS REWARD .

j o'cnerg and efficient action in the plans ond for the, following letter, dated Died, on the 12th OBITUARY.inst. Joel Clements Clark in WANTED the Middle Dis'.rict, issued Florida out of,the in and Superior for the Court tef FIFTY dollars reward will be paid for the ap _

";oDIAr the general eoiernment. It is humi- HEAD QcARTERS,2d Regt. E. F. V Volunteers the 3d year of his age.-On the. 18h: inst Mrs.i TWO Active intelligent lads,to I learn the Prnt. of Jefferson, returnable to November term of county said and John and who delivery of Pierson Bridget _

O ;witness the measures of its grand amy Fart Gilhland, Sept. 16th 1837. 5 Selia Clark aged 25-boh of this city.UlAtDai1m business. Apply immediately at court, in which writ the Governor of the Territory Camp Call Rows on the 9th inst.deserted my.company dollars:'at, ; f _

::1, ied 1 by the diplomacy of a horde of savages; S'll-tlya communl/ration of the 12th in st. .- THIS OFFICE of Florida is plaintiff aad John M'DoweU.jr.John for the delivery of either of or them.twenty-five I will also V

-. ishas been d ne.and still is transpiring before from Majnr K. B. Gibbs, I am informed that a 1MtlJm E ; NOTICE. shall Jf'Dovrell, and .411 en Faircloth are defendants U 345 for the apprehension and delivery( George pay'% 'i _

The far.famed tapitulatim of the Indians in General Hernandez had just returned to St Augustine SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the linn. at the, ot court Saturday house in the Jfunticello 7th day of October said ,1837,mil Ellis, Ceorge Bullock, and Harrison i'ingleuuyot, i
on in legal
- .in which they yielded not a single point to from the South having captured the PORT OF ST. MARK. ge of the County Court of Leon county, for hours, at public auction, for cash, the day following drafted 315 for eithei and deserted of them; the last three having been. _

s, has already, by the writer from Mia = letter of administration upon the estate of Joseph: land of said defendant John Jf Do well viz or secreted themselves that V
chief Philip and eleven of Ins tnbe men women : East: they cannot be got h jJd oL W.C. I
? Harley, deceased late of said SMITH _
I gwen in Arrived county. and half of N ::
last west E
; our been unblushingly styled a and Sept. 20, chr Wm Rid:eway, from quarter section 21 1,township ./lug.26, 1837. 3 I I
:i k- From the time it was solemnized the children alsoxthe chiefs Euchee Billy Charleston mdse to R H Berry and others. JOSEPH F. C. HARLEY.ept.16 ?. 2, range 3, S and E-east half of N E quarter tec 5, "" Captain. '

|4e Indians hive been to pre- and Euchee Jack and eighteen of their tribe Pilot boat Three Friends, Johnson from Ft Jo- -- 1831. 6 T I, R 4, S and E-east half of N E J see 41 T 1 I lsoIR4EEIofNWIS4TlSoR4Ei NOTICE. .I

hJ,1 supplied with provi- men and chil Jen seph. Passengers,Col H R Wood,Major Griffith i ind TALLAHASSEE '.
alii from women making the whelethirty NOTICE.V Sept. 7,1837' ,, V _
clothing the public stores, whilst O B Ormsley, family and servants, Jtfessrs Bro Wa. the El NE i of S 28,T 1, R 8, S and E, and the im- indebted to the Union Bank .
!. f Winding parties have been t two Indians. Also twelve penics. I :. ve, James, fPelueurn Hagan. Harrison ALT- persons having demands against the estate provementa thereon. THOSE orFloMa V '
constantly enf Anderson; not renewed their
f .
I William deceased late of Jack notes and:Pyed '
m driving off the cattle upon the frontier.i .-: not heard any particulars. Thompson, Williamson,GoMsborough and others. county,:are requested Bryan to them, son Levied upon and to be sold as the property ol said up the interest,'are notified that we shall proceed to(
i ure been The Sloop Tom Payne, from Pcnsacola with iron for. present immediately John M'Dowell1 one of said defendants collect the > _
buffered to go in and oat at pleasure communication herewith sent from Gen. Tallahasse I properly authenticated, and those indebted to said writ to satisfy same without V delay*-Those who desire j I : _
rail-road. according to
U.nilitary. poss the officers at which they have Jesup was just handed me, the General arrivedat I payment to mae T//OS. ESTON RANDOLPH V to avoid suit, can do so by renewing }lheir notes, ;
d with long talks about I V MARTHA P. BRYAN, Ad'iELIJAH :. M. and paying up the interest without unreasonable :I .
which 'ortVhite will -
emigrating and be here
e yesterday, to FOR By S.11. DUVAL, D. M. delayDUVAL & ALLEN. ;

|amounted to nothiog-to retain their arms! day. Our (rentier is quiet, no appearance of The ST.superior JOSEPH.fast sailing schooner Sept. 1C, 1337. BRY.iN.. Adm'r.'V Aug. 19, 1837. 2-tf ( 3w) Att'ys (or Union Bank." i\ i: -. V
characteristic 6w I -
. an unsubdued and .
Indians. The country is very healthy. THREE FRIENDS, Johnson mr., V NOTICE. NOTICE. :. ,
I notwithstanding they bad capitulated. A 1 'have the honor be will leave St..Marks on Monday the NOTICE. A LL persons indebted to the estate of-William
'cartel for the exchange of prisoners has been 26th inst. For PASSAGE, apply on ALL persons holding claims against the estate Lee, late of Leon county deceased are requested S IX.rTeeki after date the subscriberwill moke: I I1)

!, dbythc 1 Indians and gravely considered by very respectfully your obi servt. board, or at THIS OFFICE. George Cadveli, late of Jackson coui"y, to make immediate payment; and those Court application of Leon to the Horr. Judge of the :Count/ V V

I 'Itop:. Indeed, i. stated that the officers of W.J. MILLS, Col.2d Reg. E. F. V. Passengers will leave in the rail road cars for':St deceased are'required;' to present them, duly authenticated having claims against said estate are hereby n jti- 01 the estate ofFrandos Cou.ity for Drereur l le'tters of administration.V ,

d line been His Excellency R. K. GILL Marks, on Monday. 7 I within the time prescribed by law. or tied to present them authenticated within the time deceased. .
7 sagely deliberating whether or L_. I this notice will be plead in bar of their recov ery.: prescribed by law to the subscriber,or they will be CHARLES V BECKSTfEN'
l e War waged against ,them is just and some Governor of Florida, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Those indebted to said estate are require t make forever barred. WILLIAM LEE Jdm'r. September 9th, 1837.LJST .. '5.8,

the opinion that it is on onr part an unrightontest. Tallahassee.For immediate payment to the July 24, 1837. 51
ALL persons having claims against the estate s'lbri about the 25th ult., GREYHOUND I
3 But this .
child's play is now alan end. late S. S. -
tne are requested to i present Sept. 15lb 1837. .dm'r.; NOTICE. ,of the Persian breed-color pale y.no..1.t r '
jlndianw bare completed their commissariat the Floridiai. them to the subscriber,properly authenticated formed had .
very delicately; on a chain coQar*th--
.4 |bly!! provided for at least a year to come, and To the people of Leon County. barred within of the time prescribed. by law, or they will I be COTTON GINS. \ SIX months and nfier vouchers date,, and I shall apply present to the my Hon.ac- "Goldsborough" engraved on it'and comes-tot'te- j. ..V t V

tin comme.d'L1 work of destruction. By Amongst the persons who have consented to recovery.ALEX FOR.MY DUVAL, COTTON GINS, of various sizes, for sale; County Court Jefferson county for a final settlement for name her"Dudu.return to"me.A suitable J.-IL reward will be" ei&*'?' t
st intelligence, published to-day, it will I be serve you in the Legislative Council, i if elected, V Adm'r of S. b. Peebles terms, by and discharge from the administration of the Pent 7th. f B17. V 5-tl'; 4 VIZ
l Volnsia and Fort dec'j: D. W1LLI AU3 & Co. estate of Thomas Delphy, late of said decease I ,
Mellon have been con a. I perceive the of ; Sept.25, 1937. Agnts. county, f j
f lube flansea. name Benjamin Thornton. _.: Monticello, Sept. S, 1837. I 1. JAMES L. PARISH., Adm'r. f NOTICE! V oJ : .
Having the
*Vitri,they will! now :retire penetrated to the unknown plans I confess all I saw thii with pleasure r aa i it give IfOTJCE. JAMES H. TAtLOR Au;. 19, 1S37. 2.6m SIX weeks after date,I shall apply to theHon'-: '.

as In opportunity of testifying our regard for HE subscribers having formed a Judge'of the ,Court .
'f the where T. eopartner- County of Jefferson, for ,
Everglades ITS
: they will laugh atnt one, who in bur late difficulties'haa 'rende r,..A. ship will hereafter conduct the Den business JL duly authorized a my agent during my ab- NOTICE.Sec. letters of administration 'on'the! estate of the Ut* : .
array of their simple in f\f cones from the 71A .let 51, of the Legislative Council of the "* :
enemy. the name Territory.JOHN Jacob Carter, of slid coun deceasd. ?'. fV
,. _. the Territory much -- ZJ
L- service. Without title : VV D. PARISH. Florida
; 1837. '
A'UII1'1UC i jmpcr: we learn that GOYetnorIhc any STEWART & BARIYABD.. i Territory ELIZA CARTER;

i Jiad been applied to by the Secretary -being neither captain, Major, nor Colonel Then shop will be found at the old stand formerly August iG, 1837. 3-5t BE it of further the Overseen enacted, That it shall be the duty i By Her Attorney.. J.'M. U.f.. V 1

*fcr Toluateers,baa declined taking any ateps he has won a name that any of them might well occupied by Mr. E. B. Perkins, opposite the market COTTON GINS. make a return ofthe names* of of the the several several defaulterson roads, to f : .12, 1837. '1-6.. ,.

*compensated (or the liabilities incurred be proud of. Influenced by the sole motive of house. JUST received a supply Jonathan Robinson's their roads, to one of the commissioners of their NOTICE. 4 'a '

'JJ_*troops raised upon similar calls'lat'ledgevifli public good, he shouldered his musket, and as They, will Chemicals keep ,full asorment of MedicinesDrugs and. sale Griswold Sf Pope's COT GINS,and for respective districts at :least ten days befote their IX weeks after date application will be-mad : _
by S
Recorder,speaking of the an bumble Boldiei, discharged his duty. We are pledge themselves to nell Paet Medicie. & articles. Tallahassee, Aug.HAYWARD, Sf AUSTIN.4-Cw sitting thereafter.The to the Judge ertheCoUDtt' Court for the coon fe.J :

ijfbt.n"CtDor Georgia (or volunteers disposed to follow in the wake of public clamor EDWIN STEWARTlI.D. ,' J87. next, will regular be on meeting the first or sitting Saturday of the in October commissioners ty of Leon late, for letters of administration on the V estate ". j > 3
aQ of
MULES the .
etkrtn in putting dowa the by awarding all the honor, the merit .and dis 47.t EDWARD Subscriber offers FOR SALE. nut when all defaulters will be riggidly'dealt Kedar.Vsnn.HORACE V V V.JNN. V : ; $, ..t 'V

CIAIoibut took wiih suspicion arid pain tipciioD, obtained i in a'protracted war to the officers NOTICE.; THE for sale .a team of well six with.' CoHHissioNKaa V Sept. 9, 1&37. 5-6w ; f ; V
ibi. 2nd Road
rttMU1lare'yougmd dist.i Lecm Co.
tin-flint treatment experienced at in command whilst the who WILL at a proper: time the .' .
private has apply to Hon (
I bJke Sept.6th,'1837. S-3w
i. b rk.P. WA Q.
-Judge of Leon 5atn'.f
tboie who the the
excellency by were lavished his bloOd in the same cause,is overluaV- County Court to appointed and gears may V
(5 forward in that harassing i and'arduous ; Guadian for John D. Sanders and Saree E. San "f. V BAKER JOHNSON. NOTICE. ;fALL RUNAWAY from theplsntation'of.Dr.A8HV V V
[(,,,. t ed apd forg-eilen,, la' oar, humble! conception, ders,as they and their effects without;protec Tallahassee, Sept. 1st. 1837. V 4-tf ,viz JUNE& hiariia TY.RE j .
a i iadebted to the of Durant
: tion. Also the persona estate C. and FRANK. Ten dollars wflljbe paid for tW 4q V
J the "priyate station is the post of honor, and at same time, application will b. rt i
i we ; ourselves late or.Leon county, deceased,are .re of either ( the above -
cacnot recgniz as made fo John D. Sanders to bound out until! he NOTICE. livery 0 negroes. ..Frank $ jl 1 :
'_ Teots blame a' far no man on earth should rank. higher than the of b quested to make immediate payment and those dark mnlott about 22 of Janf Jri* I -
nor Scaley .. i twenty years age. J. RUSSELL. peisons indebted the estate of An H. : years age
tlW debts of the general govermment,jet ClTIZEH. ,SOLDIU.. ::1 V Sept j 3, 1837. 7-6w,. A L county t ,' re- ;having claim againvt said estate are hereby notifiedto wife-'black V The. two. .lost. are about dust,yeaN Li. 1
f' 'I' P
; Rboel\L dee a present them ra proper form,within the time prescribed V WM..tOEnfSONi.":
rr ? f In The alacrity yith which Mr.Them(4D rtapdnded ha,.
p the Ga.troop* bW the will be V
; MARSHAL'S SALE." claims mae iipymnt ant I by to undeaiffned or they. 2-4t ,JI_'Dr. Asb
iag notified t I
'It IbV'United to the iRerhia.countrj,11wilir': (
complained or. Is ; t I rgayerbarre ED.IT.Pj GRAKT -
-at fkaltItlata battle alL, :He.was ODe of ,'BY rirueof a writ of fri 'facias, issued out present them ia proper form,within the lime 'prescribed ,Adn'rofDu'antC.Crft., COT'tQNGI.'P';:.. t ,
figfct'lidr m 1 Ujose.wbo ;oobiy, vooor| the Superior Court -Middle District by law, to tie undersigned they will V I

.' imarshdedtheirfbrcea;, It is to thirbQrs leered *. ***.rescue.oCUnt patriot t*n4 'who of Florida,In and for the county.of Leon, returna forever barred.. EDW; "GRANT, b August 12th 1837.V 1-frn THE 8UBSCEIBBW hamfwjrecewd it- f
that' they,1; M'weU' as we,'have gallantly,,nauioed,tbemserfet with jiueh 'fearful bin November tr 1837, in which John H. V Adm'r of .B. Rhodes. NOTICE. Cotton Gins., of aaapirjot '' -
Parker is plaintiff andCaroline" August 1837. 1.2m the late mannfaeury efK.zdatieilj 081.. ; V:' .
eur e 'rts./WVjkave been: tIieAequurl.Lliouglt.we .chief. oddatgtiofttbeattaek fadta'n* at the R1gold. adtnuiistratrix months afterdafe.I.ahall present my aa- NC..T.IM '
of James G: SIX ,IOD
have .not as Blockhouse the With Khee and Vbere ', Rlnggold, de .ANK NOTICE., ,and vouchers*,rand apply, the Hon. (.6 oeO.=of.
on ; |; ant-|. o Saturday the 4thday.of November V V V ; Cotfrt ofjeferionfor iwaettle. ;
*Ursga1tutMmod.tiRyMaLei&sen a be.but i (pbe o'f that(nombir !into Co ir .w next; e cotfrthoasesia; :duincy,. .GadsJenemtflty 1 NOTICE i hereby given .all persons having I County meat and discharge from the"&dWJn13t7lUO4VUiI a ...' .u _ID. L._ ae :2fri

.ban. best..IId' Ia s rvfcelfh / n.lefal hour, sell at pablic aacIjcn.forsst4UothgIsna over in the Un Banlcof Florida teri.. p.to: mn. _' Vi
Janus said
be :b l tstud14Thoantop. 1 estate of Hall late of court 'c''f -
r for'. 41cr .. .. .tetty L, j --\-1& 1 .:' I O1aIII defendant, that writs wjflbe issued every inch case, ivf 'J B trf".tiM (8 "., I "N__ olil. WdJul_. -..,f..If.Il. 3' a.1..I''C'1'J'411 VV

,- r"1 Werc ; uiQ $ : ..W. ',gd,71Ir (nVosasdlr&,cuhty' viA ale the ; arranged, the ttiJ8S'f.fi' ". ''.li:1 'J"' .1"..n -
... ) : V .. ,bw demub' bfor rtr "Au.. (, .. :: :" : f.J"I''NOTl' ,; ,4
pL Vj
day: made V *VV
would encouijs.d c d ct aja -flpSiv7 ..ii a1tetV V ; f 4( : I
Jymfl4 $-"jo f'oJ ,. .. e Vepue ;- 'It- T : 1 j $Ifllle..tqt fc h NOZICK1TO OV1MEOF : I. ?'b V baa ppJj7 S: j
: .W. V
triedJ J.. tJWI.: .. ,m..tI..trJ. 'w. r.th"h ;l a rqdil< also 1 notified toit>: ,.. hI'lo* .tJ Qrt.tJ 1i1 ?

. UQU wit tl d.fur lhfa..I .tfAM' lit : ..' ) 'c ; '' : t fyinj ofer J r i iA'IWU'.Ii" t _of uiaualttiitkBMKJi*.

IitJtU i1 .7rii= .. V ;" :1 *."-., ., .'. I I II D $4i WUd.! 1I1MNI \ \I rM'HM'I" 1'4
l- I _
t-i .
,- t .v- V I. I 'JOIIN PABKHILL sk'r: :.. .. ,- ,t..ti""I "
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: OTICE.-Six BKttlkft from date I will apply THE Subscriber has just.-received frosi New Joi x Mtttr ,plaintiff -* fa : 'oa mBB

.i ib. ib* honorable S.a Bryan,Jodge of the a full asaoruaeat Bombazines. MaiwUta 'Ya' I *,r =}:*Ul r Wz1';> :

; r-CourtJrf JsKksoa Gouty,tob ttOla: Bt.frnhcr administration of the estate of DabHa Cthmrprtf a,and Summer Cloths,of a va defendant. J re\fio I I.Ap.t&keai three year oldeeJu.and
h Joka Elk deceased. riety ofeolonr ,for dress and Frock Coats..Zebra defendant and all othsrs'interesteA1i11; iOie raised ia Florida. Sabsenpti $ .forfeit

ii WILSON ROYAL Adm'r. Plaid thd White Cambric Drills, London ribbed 'JL take notice of th* taftimtioa of said salt, and fJO,as* .il* heats.. To elopi l.aNt 6t October,
I I April P 1837. 37tm1BJO7TCE. Satin lined Striped and Plain Checks and Car. of tli* issuing of said writ of attachment this day; ednaga.th4dayb.f.r the raCS.2d. .
.Ga... ..o. r White Lawn Linen and to and to the declaration filed Jn
e wen ,Satin faced welling Ac appear plead Asweepetake* fir any three year old colts
I .- rooatAs After dale I shall present AUCTIONEER for Pants a great variety of Vesting, Linenma said case,according to the statute ia such case and Itt in th* CntUd Stat**. 8 b>srinoa |30e,
t- J. mj aceotnts and vouchers to the H n. the AXDi Shirts Collars and Bosoms. A general de and provided. forfeit 1100;three mile heats. To close the first

a County Court of Leon County, u administrator CIss1. Merchant. of Hosiery 4c. Also an extensive assortment ofBeady JAS. WESTCOTT..Jr. AU', for Plt'ff. October, and name the day befbre the rare. -

'I th* estate of Jacob Horger: ,dec. and apf ly for .1\1Ja UA Hond'1und.SattUdaJl. Made Clothis*?, Dated Mayth1837. '46-3m 3d. v*>* Von' *u( sobseriptkmS300

1 letters' dUmhsory on said estate. 4in ong which are upwards of two hundred Bombaxina ; tJk'-1rN,two mile beats.. To close the

ElF STEPHEEW.SNELL. 1'. York $t.Marks line of Pake Li Thibet, Merino,' Crape, Camblet, White i Charles S. Sibloy, first October. and name the day before the race.Eatrieacanbemadetoeithero(1b&boVe .

4t' March tith 1&37- 33. 6m and Brown Linen Dress and Frock Coats, Roundabouts U. 8. Attorney Middle District of Flo.ICT stable

I'lI Pants and vests of every description made "Offers his *, by letter addressed to the Secretary and Proprietor
months after date I shall to the Boo professiooal services as Attorney
apply in the fashiocablemannerwhichhe'
SIX ot the County Court o(Jefferson County most is disposed and Counsellor at Law,in the collection of debts, of the Club any time before closing.
# sell reasonable
I for las)discharge from the administration of credit.to very for cash J. J.or BmGE.approved. etc in Middle Florida. He will attend all the The Jockey Club Purse will be advertised ia

i the estate. Benjamin Stevenalau of said Rate Vessels Coarts ia this District. Office next door to the I due time. THOS.BROWN,Pnpnetr.
county. and
.% : CHAP LCS McCLELLAN Adm'r. FIRST be experienced .Mu rs Country merchants and others wishing to'pur residence of J. D. Westcolt Jr. Esq. June 9,1837. :44-tf -
employed in this line to sail from either chase will fird it to their interest to call at there Tallahassee, J&nuaiyZ5th 1837. 35-tf A fresh sap Iy*f 00.VAL La
Montkello Itth 1837 33 ,
March 6m. port-a vessel will sail on the 8th and 24th of abo establishment. MILL SAWS, &c. jut received. .,

months after date I shall present ray e- every. month and oftener, should patronage re.1 Tallahassee, April 29, 1837. 38tf Law Notice. FORTY Mill Saws 3 seus large Pat. Scales SOLELY INQI ,
SIX l ICT"The subscriber's Office is next door to his
and roochcrs as admimistrstor on the WM. WYLLYS TIN WARE. Bowand's Tonic Mixture. Received BOUCK Bahi
estate of Harris Barney late of Leon Coanty and ROB'T PRATT Agent N. York, THE subscriber will on residence,corner of Adams and Clinton Streets. on consignment and for sale low,to close sales, by be ttkene with perfect aate\y by .11;
LYON Ageal St..Varks. carry Desirous himself to the business -
I devoting principally Q.H. E. LINDENBERQER.
apply fore discharge. SIMON TAYLOR.J St. Nun.. the Tin Ware manufacturing 4T. e*; its cures are for tie 1otr;
prillS 1837.
I t April 1837. 53.6m 6lyr. entrusted to him ss CoaxiaL Ann ADVOCATE July 29, 1837. 61 Dyspepsia Loss .
business and will at all times I
such ArroaiicTS business be placed with
as may matioB of the St .1daJZtelJ .
.I NOTICE. NOTICE. have on hand a general assortment him, will generally be handed to Mr.Sibley, U. S. NEW SPRING GOODS. entery Flux Files!!
DC: months alter date we will apply to the THOSE persons who are indebted to E. B. either at wholesale or District Attorney (oectrpying part of subscriber's received from New-York and Baltimore, tio*, Ague aJ Fever,BillioQ
& of the by note or account, are repayment ail, on as reasonable terms as can be sold in 'Bee who will attend itThe sub- JUST and handsome or Ilea' _
t Judge county court of Gadsden county nC8tJy ear ,) punctually to assortment of fancy it Typhus Fever,Scarlet Fever
Southern market
for a final dischaige: from the administration ofthe I t. th subscribers requested before to make immediate to any merchants and others invited riber will attend the Co uit of Appeals, and the staple dry goods, ready made Clothing, Hats, las or St Anthony V Tire Ai 8malJ "

estate of Hosea Wilder, late of said county, ac counts the first of September, as all call Country and are to Superior Courts of Jefferson, Leon. Gadsden Hardware etc.viz -. ales Yellow Fever Cos'e'j

dlCea.ntl.JACOB IntO the hands remaining of unpaid at that date will be.put satisfy themselves.WM.. H. FRANCIS.Ta.l1ahaSeelan. Franklin and Jackscn counties but no other Courts. Black Grode Nap, Swiss. and Lutestring Silk, mach or bowels, Cholera Af .
H. WILDER ) Adminis- an attorney for collection. unless' specially retained. Lyonaise.-Super Printed, French and Jaconet In4ocftza. Colds Coup
WM. WILDER- J irators July 1.1837. 47 BARN.JRD + CO. 14,1837. 23tf JAMES D.WESTCOTT,Jr. Muslins. cheat Palll, Gout Rlie1iaii..I IdaJDm"ltioo

quincy, Mayapth, 1837. 41 O>lsAdiaUuistrators' For E. Perkins. READY-MADE CLOTHING. Tallahassee January S5lh, 1837. Gro de Nap. Scotch, .Stripe Plaid and check I throat Croup, loflaramaife'

CITY 8 TABLES, t-WE have received a supply! ojf clothing, containing Ginghams. Rickets,Disease of iheuj JttSgJof

>s hereby that Notice.at the uext Janu- Farmery Peter Robinson's. an assortment of both coarse and fine, KOTICE.THE : Super French, Figured,Fancy and other Prints. making Urine, Gleet, lipt lerio5i!

NOTICE of Gadsden given county Court ,the under THE following rules & regulations are adopt. which we will sell at a small advance on cost. subscribers having formed a copartner-isle Lace, Lisle inserting; Caps and Collars. SaouloUJ affection or the meml
j I signed .administrators of Thomas dec'd for the government of the above G H 4- T E LINDENBERGER ,will hereafter conduct the Drug cosiness Ladies Figured Satin, and Gauze Hdkfs. Mereurail and Venereal diseases.Bwl'fectionsof and
; Wynn ,, and will be D in the name of STEWART & MR. AKD. For Brunswick Scarfs and Paris Collars.
will make final and settlement of said es- strictly observed it is hoped ttiey will December. 1836 20 Fancy the ski,taU disease irS,
rive satisfaction anJ the present they will continue their shops in the Ladies and Gentlemen's horse skin Gloves. 1
general fce. Price _
%*'e1 *J ic month from Ihr A*tf hprenf will! apply prevent any mlSun. pure per bottle 11.
I for a discharge and letters dismissory from said I dc rManding.The New-Store, Provision and Grocery. places they respectively occupy. They will keep Curls Bead Bags, Cambric Hdkfs. This medicine has a
court as such administrators. Hire of a j3rTHE: subscribers have united themselves un full ascortoMnM of Medicines Drugs, Chemicals, White and Black Silk Hose. and Fall Purifier, in these whosTSSi

JOHN WYNN, Hack and four $15 00 per.day: der the firm of PEACHY & MANER for the Patent Medicines &r., and pledge themselves to Napoleon, White Satin, Satin Fr.eed. and Brown quirt nourishment and new vigorTsS
HENRY H. BROirN. Hack and pair 750 purpose establishing in the town oSt.Marks_ a nothing but- genuine articles. Drillings. i would be much benefitted byosiaetvT

July' 10, tsr;.50-6m Sulkey and horse 3 00 gdtS' t1f 47-tf s. EDWIN STEWART, M.D. Shirt Collars Bosoms and Satin Stocks. boules which may be taken withoutretanl
Single horse 3 00 sr OK .. and commodious EDWARD BARNJRD India Rubber and Cotton Suspenders. i or diet. Many persons are diseasedibr

I NOTICE. do do 7 00 per week. they likewise propose attending to tEe HENRY H1XLJABD Cotton balls, Spool Thread, and Cotton Hdks. of blood being purified. Thousands

AT the April term of the County Court Horse at Llrery 25 00 |per month Receiving and Forwarding of Goods and Cotton, "ottonade, Chambrays, Sheetings and Shirting, destroying} their constitutions by neglect

Jackson county. I shall' present the ac 110 do 1 per day, to which they pledge themselves to pay such attention ATTORNEY, etc. ply a proper remedy to such the
f counts and vouchers of the administrators of the: Sraglefeed C2J as wiU entitle them to a liberal share of r .'V'D COUNSELLOR LAW, READT-1UDE CLOTHING. more Ulan doubly valuable Paaaea

estate efVM.. HOLLAND, dec'd, for settlement, les All horses hired mUSt be paid for in advance,un. patronage from the Merchants and Planters of the WILL practise in Montgomery, Ala and the Consisting of every variety of Fancy and Plain ual! means of restoring them as to a certain a*|
the perfect
and ask for letters of dismission from said estate. s person has an t I THOMAS ORMAN, No horse delivered without an order from the Their goods will be sold low for cash or produce. of Alabama, and the Circuit Court of the United V c'Jts. Affections which exhibit various exempt from &
I L One of the Administrators owner or to his known servant. As they will endeavor to keep on hand a constant L States at Mobile. BILl AXT/ITU HATS. lions Ulcerations 1JDIpCo..

I Maria&na,Jn&e 26th 1837. 47-&m Smoking in the stable is entirely "rbid-The supply of choice and superior qualities of Groceries June 20, Igj7. 46-tf White and Black, broad and narrow brims- Digestion, all arising Debility from Loss ol A
establishment will be closed at 10 a'clock. Persons and Provisions of every description. Country Fashionable Palm Leaf Hats, lined and shaded. not properly auended
NOTICE. entering will please close the gate. Merchants and Planters will find it to their interest Adjutant General's Office, GROCERIES. to, are sore to pto4

U ALL persons indebted to the estate of Richard I THE PROPRIETOR. to call. Their store is now open. HEAD QUARTERS, ) Consisting of every variety too numerous to greatest eommended injury in all to the constitution.of the Panaeei
t1 Stafford,are requested to make immediate March 1337. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. Tallahassr seasons year,ad, ]
30lf.JaJlor's July 1, 1837.1 mention. All of which we offer to the city or cular as a preventive from all
I payment, and thosse having claims against said I WM. MANER.St. 1 diseases ia'*
oUee. GENERAL ORDERS.. country trade, at wholesale or retail, on very matesand hose when
q estate will be authenticated and presented within Marks, Jan.16th, 1836 25-U. reasonable persoms diseases szs
the time Jaw to the county Jail of Jeffer. THE Adjutant General, viewing it necessary lent l by taking the Panacea three or tostweekor
prescribed by be fore
., or theyjwill "er GH..& T.E. L1NDENBEKGERTallahassee
A barred. JOHN IZLE son county on the 13th inst.two?u
June 3, 1637. 4J-tf viz: a negro man who says his name is BOB, Costive Pills.IN militia of Florida comprising the first and second lobed,and the person may fear DO ap
and says he belengs to consequence of the numerous attempts to Brigades, hereby requires the officers commanding 1 JOTICE.-The subscribers bare taken the being attacked whkholeratnyother
ji: EXEC TOR'S \oici. Le.D County; also George T. Ward, of ulm spurious imitations of Rowand's valuable .*ud Brigades,-vir- Brigadier General L. Read, I' Sables formerly occupied by Peter Robinson, a disease at this medieiiK is a-
; ALL persons who have any demands against name is WESLEY negro and man who says his Medicines on the public-he has determined to 1st Brigide, and Brig. Gen- Hernandez 2d Brigade where horses will be received at Livery. Transient storative of the system thereby D!
estate of William Patterson late of: thai lie belongs to confide the sales exclusively to agents in different ,-to cause retoi ns to be made to me at Tallahassee custom particularly attended to. Hacks and c ontitutionand enabling it to bear the

1 Jackson County deceased are hereby requested The George Brown bumpier ceumy. Mississippi. parts of the country, from whom alone tAr genuine: thro' their Colonels commanding the various Horses hired on the shortest notice and every effects of all climates; it U e nled.

I I l. present them without"delay to the subscribers. owneis are requested to prove property, I.article can be had, and to quart! the mere effectually regiments, the strength of each company,battalion attention paid that will render the present establishment l lating fluids and corrects their lesc .
4 JOHN W; PATTERSON, ) Execu. pay charges and take them sway.j..itiA" against the impositions of unauthorised venders and regiment including in report the name satisfactory to the public. diseases which originate in vitiated bloeZi

ALFRED L. WOODWARD J ton BARRINGTON. Jailor. ; he has instructed his agents in Boston, NewYork and rank of each corn-missioned officer. MICHAEL LEDWITH& CO. l liver, depraved appetite, or preeaBciSiBa u

Jane 3. 1837.t3tf S4 6m Philadelphia, and Baltimore, to make nosalt SAMUEL I'PARKHILL Tallahassee Feb. 18 1837. ti Hans of the hmgs.

I COP AR1' EHSHTK" to merchants and other of anj of Ike AIcdiciet 47 Adjutant General of Florida. It resembles,in point of taste sad iargv
11 NOTICE. -
to be curried Soutk for tale Large quantities mQ RgD cordial rather than a medicine. Every pm'

t SIX WEEKS from date I will apply to the THE subscribers have this day entered into of a pernicious article in imitation of the genuine' NOTICE. THE TAXES for 1837 are now due. By call taking mercury, in uy way, should ha,,,.
L ; Jackson County Court lor letters ol; kC : under the firm of Taft Holt Mixture have been manufactured by Lucias S Comstock ALL persons indebted to the late firm of Kerr& on the subscriber, at his office in Tallahassee to one or two bottles of this JDed e Is i

administration ef the goods and chattels! of Mark & Co. of New York, and sent to the Somlk for will make immediate payment to Jas. and paying the same, the public will much dine cf life, or when the system has bMb
I Smith, late of said county dcceased. S. 5 TAFT s.Z e. The name Rowland instead of Rowsnd is ..Berthelott, Esqr. as farther indulgence cannQt oblize SAM'L. H. DUVAL by. exces '-.--: r-sr.-rv tad

.t GHEES PATTERSON. GEORGE G. HOLT on tie bottles of the imitation. The genuine article be granted, otherwise the same will be put in suit July 15, 14g '' Tax Co1lKt tit is >'. ';i-"-, z: L..o., .1tt th .
N' Jay 16th, 1837. 50.6 w GEORGE MILLER' may be had of the following indiscriminately. P.KrRR, ally prole :: '. -. '
St. persons, -ao are
\ .MarksJulyI,1837. 43-3ms DANL. D. STURGES. NEW SUMMER OOD-t- *
I 51 tne only Agents in this part of Florida and Georgia. -1jiis1 'PrP .
j NOTICE. E. BSI nard jr. &co. General THE subscriber has just received a select as for a SBOI '. --
t SIX months after date, I shall present my ac- ZDQ1R a m.1mRgU e William Kerr & Co., ThomasviUe Tallahassee TAKE NOTICE. of goods suitable for the season, in its fin .

and vouchers, and apply to the Hon.. JTtlE undersigned respectfully informs the James C. Ecclcs, Quincy, those accounts against the estate of HAR comprising following articles, viz: anycnher '. .. ;.v'e,

I i-. County Court of Leon county, for a fiual fcettlenient planters! of Leon and Adjacent counties, thai h. has Swaim, Lloyd & Co. St. Marks. ALL BURNEY. late of Leon county deceased Bombazine Thibet, and Merino Frock Coats; homand &:'n. *.;/. W"'. ,.' -

u and discharge from the administration of the estate made and anpcinted DATIB C. JPitsow bill Thomas Alexander, Hickstown, which shall not be presented, fully authenticated do. do. do. Dress d-; sands to L, ".1':, Jet it, : 'c
c .f w.. K.iluu.ird.l.te said county. to sell E.V.. Put's patent Cotton CULTIVA attorney Darius Williams &Co., Monticello within the time prescribed by law' Venetian, Case and Erminett Coatees; thereot

r. GEORGE YOUNG Adn uistrator. TORS. He rupttlfulJy invites Planters to call J. D. Carpenter, Mickasooky. will be barred. This is a final notice. White and brown Linen Jackets; I Notwit.: ta'j, ..Z .sn '

July 3d, 1837.-43-6m and examine for therru.eITes.C. The label of E. Barnard jr. If Co. will be on al LI SIMON TAYLOR Administiator. Plain and fancy Marseilles Vests; pair the e....iJe.. *f

1 L F. CLABAUC/7. the bottles sold by the above agents. June 18, 1837. 46-tf Satin faced do do; curable pj:tr c: ... me. wi

.. NOTICE Tallahassee Dec. 26, 1836. !I.tf Tallahassee July 7th, 1837. 48tf NOTICE. Figured Silk and Satin do; conquer di.nze, i* ..'- ., ,and s
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at the next January Plain do do do; self the gcriaicn' -"I.J.' .ad tM6

a term of Gadsden County Court the under Twenty-Five Dollars Reward. Marshalls Worm Syrup Es/rayed from the Subscriber about 16 days since,, Bombazine and Valencia do; 'sands. A.riacj it nas '.. .r !.

6 signed the Executor of Fields F. Wynn who was jgjTRAYED from the Livery Stable, TallahasCT I S recommended to all parents nurses, and others a small Dark Bay Mare Poney, cropped mane I Black Snake-skin Stocks, latest style!. ; I which dwAttiJ &ii' .':i C. .: '-'..
j executor Benjamin B. Babb will make final reDrt see, a large bright Bay HORSE, lean in flesh,, who have the management of chIldren. as and tail, paces well, and is about four years old. Satin and Bombazine do; the fact, the number of letteis in posaosa

and settlement of said estate and six months has two white hind feel and a while star in his fore. the most effectual WOBM DCSTROTI.VG medicine yet .ft the same time, two mouse colored Mules t t Plaid Hair do; fully satisfy the most incredulous; aallroeesaary

(root the date hereof. apply- for A rfitohtrgr and head. Paid hone went away about Iwo ..,* discovered. years old; one recently broke the other unbroken. White and blark do; there cauld be obtaiaed aam t.
letters dismissory from said court as such execute L- e go. $25 will be given on his delivery at Captain This syrup besides being safe and.active ver A_jr pMMM -!.. wIl
I r of said Babb. JOHN WYNN. Brown's Hotel, by FFm, CAUTION. mifuge, is agreeable and pleasant to the taste and Mules to m*on my plantation 7 miles north east ol I Fig'd and striped do; after suffering the most acute and tag* M

; July 16, 1837. 50-6m Tallahassee,March 25th, 1837, 33tf no child will refuse to take it. -. Tallahassee, or to R. H. Berry, Esq. Tallahassee, White and brown Cotton Drawer illness have been entirely restored to kcM
It is also happily calculated for preventing and hall be liberally rewarded. Any information ot Hdkfs. and Linen Thread Cloves; does .
not into the fit
l1 IN THE COUNTY COURT OF JACKSON James Johnson enter comprehension
Birtje, other them willbi gladly Black and fancy
disorders coloured Silk Hose
; removing many to which children is possible for botanic medicine tf eft
AND TAILOR are subject, such as bowel or summer complaints, TAYLOR. White and brown Cotton do;
wonders in the
interested will take notice thi I beating art, as ezpn
persons diarrh looseness March 13th 1337. Vieor.ia and rubs'-wool
ALL l T.1LLJILASSEE FL.1- a or vomiting and purging, ii i is L 33 do proved thea batactsibattheycannot sad
/ widow of Seth competent perform,
: LaBgtton Langstondec. invaluable! for and
Silk Hdkrs
Nut do.rX those which Spitalfield Pongee
( "f F. allaying children
ToKle.Jeveler.i* Monrot pains LAND FOR ( be denied. _
will the of said in SALE '
apply at ensuing term court :) Black
AS received I suffer in cutting their teeth and if and fancy Silk Cravats
just from New previously ;
Subscriber is The above obtained
medicine be
October next, for allotment of Dower in the following I. THE authorized to sell three va Also can
used will reuder this a few suits Youths'
of Broadcloths Cassimers operation of nature perfectly Tracts of Land Clothing, together r T. F. LINDENBERGER
situated 1tJIIhueee
Land in within
Tract of situate said to: and 5. 12 .
county \ mild and free from dan er. It is equally efficaciousin the above articles, are now offend for sale
eshngs,among which are all the and 25 miles from contain
most fashionable Tallahassee. The : Florida with directions fcri
wit.--Thc South East of section Four first proper
quarter and rickets and in the inlantite remittent fever.( I Itis cheap,for cash or approved ,
that have about
c ; patterns 1920 Acres
ia Township Five,North of Range Eleven West, appeared inthe New 150 cleared. The second 520) credit.J.
recommended with the
Petition now filed u the Clerk's Office. York market also an extensive assortment Ready the assurance that it is fully Acres 60 cleared. And the third 8SO Acres,about L June 22 1837. B. BULL. Perry Tetmutip, Min CotaUyP Mif 3MR.
A. L. WOODWARD, Made Clothing of every description which he can I adequate to purpose intended, and that much 200 cleared. These lands are equal to any i in Mid 46-tf .JACOB HOCCK-Sir, I feel myself(I
be derived from its
j JU116.1837.-50-4t.! Counsel for Petitioner. warrant to be as neatly made, and ofas fine cloth I good may do harm. simplicity and innocence die Florida, and will be sold on terms advantageoui NOTICE. ed to inform you of the effects that yovtl
is any ever offered in the southern country. .J few 1 it cannot any to the purchaser. had on me. Ia the year 1836, during thof
Directions each bottle. absence JOHN M. STRONG
MIDDLE D1STRICT.-FRANKMN SUP'R.; suits ofyeuths clothing, also youths chinchilla,and accompanying H. W. BRADEN. DURING as January.February.March ad AorJ.1l
COURT. d.th cape, men bats cloth and for caps of various Marshall's compound Syrup of Tallahassee March 16th 1837. It 92 my agent.WM.. ploy din u.--.IatD& wILt a thrashing mad
shirts frem Liverwort.For H. FRANCIS. I caught cold, and the dust seemed to jefiilunrs. '
J/2f. qualities one
AVMTM. nd llinm IF. to
seven dollars
) each Tallahassee June 2S is 7. 47-tf
''p is I suffered much ccUI.1G
coughs, colds asthmas spitting blood FLORIDA CLAIMS. Dain. and
Areeb, JferclaiUt, trading I among which are a variety of plain and ruffled -
s4 V tin namtt ttyU mudjirm \ ,Atadwetj.r $1 1" linen, plain and embroideoed bosoms, collars stocks I liver complaints, whooping cough, and all diseases JOHN P. DUVAL, of Tallahassee, and Fran- DR. HUNTERTO anend to my business the pain was locati
ifJfmntj-BnikM, 523 38, itnud .. suspenders fine merino flannel canton ,of! the bre.as'.and lungs. ; .DIckens.Washington City,formerly breast,particularly on the kft side. I riall!
vrWm. pro J5U 1837. n* e"onAtfl' and drawer, linen silk flannel and The restorative powers of this medicine in diseases of the Treasury Department will prosecute all WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. flicted with nigbu..eauud fever,I sougi .

.'H.Harper,Dotitr Tkon.le and fur globes, far collar dO.7 white, and, buckskin of the Lungs have been attested by the most claims for Negroes and other property destroyed ortakeii B Y the MO of Dr. Hunter's inestimable Pills, of.various Physicians in this region, but II
%nU L KU Livittlonjrd- silk and linen handkerchief colored respectable physicians both of Europe and this off by the Indians and for horses te.killed ia peisou of either sex, if they earefally follow purpose; I then traveled to Lancaster CO

Irc.ot H."r Thortor Also a lot.f negro clothing, all of which country. It possesses sedative, expectorant t. and service, or taken forth. Army. the very valuable plan and copious Directio,, also to Chester co. and employed aeyeralD
8. he
'f J will ionic and hence abate accompanying them enabled there, but derived no benefit; finally I
4 L. i cti .I I.w aaonhngto the properties feverslDIUratc JOHN P. DUVAL, are efiecUally to era- ,
Defendants in said suit and all others can be bought in the Territory.quality the K"** ** coughs, and almost instantly removes slight and FRANCIS A. DICKENS.Feb. thesis a CERTAIN DISEASE, aDd to restore course to your Panacea,and used one bouleI
TBE Nov. 19tT IS36. recent colds. whiUt it gives immediate relief to .7, 1837. S7-tf lost health, with ease, safetyandcertainty in a purchased at Lewistown, Pa. But its
fli terested will take notice of the institutionthereof few'I
: those which from neglect have assumed first I not to do me any good, for I becaau.
a more N. B-Letters post-paid,directed to John P. Dual -
i, and of the of said
; issuing auachment d'iy.uJ
Groceries Just Received. dangerous character and seldom fails and was obliged to keep bed. Mjad'risedmetouseno ti
lt the did to curs themost v Tallahassee Florida will be attended to. The extensive sale and unexampled saceess
returnable to
diy May (special) term of
; Y the Brie Howen we have just received a obstinate cases. of this Medicine in this and other cities, and principal mote of it, but I"
;r that Court: (said defendants and being non-residents) and B i large and choice assortment of GRCERIES, It will be found superior to any other medicine, NOTICE.The towns throughout the Union,(or the last fiftH IIjearsduringwhieb give it a fair trial and sent for another a.ak.
they appear plead to the declaration filed which offer for sale for the cure of shortnes of tfeath hoarsenes afforded relief, and soon strengthened
we it
: good terms,-viz : Subscribers having associated themselves was satisfactorily prepared by
ia made said and case, according. to the statutes in such case 100 bbI Baltimore Whiskey wheeiings, and promptly rem ia1 in soreness of in Mercantile business under the firm Dr. Coraway, iacoates'iblyprir'e that whin used ed: me as much as the first bad weaked_':.
i o
provided. "
( 50" N E Ram the breast and lungs. In whooping cough its corrective with the INJECTION POWDERS it effects a for a third bottle and am now restored i
GEORGE S. HAWKINS. McRaeoy & Hawes Wg leave to inform their
J5 Gin efforts will be speedily discovered. better health than have done for Ike
Country of that
and dreadful
speedy care disorder
t. April 29 1817. 44-tf for Plfls. friends and the that thorough ,
50 .Cegnae,Peach& Apple Brandy Marshall's Tonic Mixture. generally, they are denominated the Scourge of the Hainan Race. ears-I am again enabled to follow Ik

I -. 10 CaskiMalagaWinco For Ague and Fever. I now opening in the store formerly occupied by 0 Tne PILLS are accompanied, when the ease ever since last August. I am folly eoavi
the late Robert S. Miller the aide of be taken withoa *
: eo west panacea may $
bblsOldMonongahela JThiskey requires it, with the INJECTION POWDERS. your
C. Marshall
I JOLLI' WIITF. Prepared by Phila.and for
)% .. salebv Monroe and is cseful medicine.
Street and a
Port. opposite respect
for Winea.
.r I Madeira Sherry STEWART &. BARNARD.nut Washington Square i and CERATE; these constitute a most powerful i
!'WC4fu. Rdl I..101..AG..Tand Old TrislrWfebkey warranted gtnuine. door to the Post Office., i in the City of Tallahassee, a general assortment medicine applicable to the various stages of this DAVID ESHKU

CKAS WHEATOI. J J NONJ Tma 1837. 45 bbb Molasses Jan. 28. 1817 25 6ms ef Dry Goods, Hardware and Groceries Protean disorder. Full and plain directions with a The following remarks by the eduorafll
50 Baltimore superfine Flour, __ which offer for sale County, Canton Ohio, Democrat, art_ .
,. defendants and all others interested will they on accomdating terms. popular treatise explaining the various symptoms .

h THE notice of ihe institution of said suit, andrt 15000 100 lbs Baltimore Raisons cured Middlings and Hams, 1JlRD WJ13fAQIIR aaA D. McRAENY. and the mode of treatmeat, accompany each box, fromthazpaperofApril4,1837.Ho K'. P&lf1au-We invite the stt

el la* taming of said writ of attachment this day boxes" Offers for sale, on accommodating SAM I,. F. HA WES.Tallahrssee so that persons ef either sex mar cure themselves. and the
the of Canum pablie|
SO Prunes
; aod the declaration terms,his HOUSE and Lot si Price of the Pills box the Powder citizens
and &e appear plead to filed in I tailed on ( $1 a ; Injection -
f. 3000 Ibs best Loaf Sugar Monroe Street in the Feb. 95th 1857. S9.tf to the advertisement in Doth cdomaa
city of
said cue according to the statate in such case maded Tallahas and Cerate 50 cents each.)
prow Idee 100 kegs water Crackers see. The Lot measures 110 feet front NOTICE. IT Prepared fiom the original Recipe ia 113uf per,vnder the above head. We bare
Dated Jane 17th 1837. 30 boxes and kegs Tobacco assorted qualit 7. brlOO feet rear. The house is a convenient the late Dr. W. T. CSWAT, his immediate tide ourselves and can safely reeoameM
spacious by
h (46). CHARLES 8. SIBLEY.Au'y of PltfT. 40 bags l-aquirm and Rio Coffee and comfortable residence, independent of SIX months afty date I shall exhibit my ac. Smeessor, and the Sole Proopnetor, T. KIDDER public, as an invaluable remedy for *
50 kegs While Lead that portion, which is now occupied as a Fancy and voucher to the Hon.Judge of the ,of whom tbeymq.b. bad at his diseases with which mankind are afflictMing
DIST :.FRANKLIN SUP. COURT. I IClUnu lOOCi beac.SpanWa &.prs Store. Guardians' Court, as Administrator, for letters of Counting for s number ofyears beeasuhjeetsicacs
Room No.
ChamberSeyet 99
ft M.HrDE'") 6 hhds Sugar He also offers for sale his unimproved lot dismission from the administration of the estate or next door to J.KIDDER'S or Nicarauax, to aa.alariaraj o
I TSMIDDLE i Jitnmptit. JltatAment/JK 5ft bags Back Shot, the 200 loot street measuring 160 feet front ISO on AUred Wilks, dec'dJOHN M' ELLAN. Drag Store corner(Court and Hanover Panacea was recommendedto us byD
Streets Concert
Jesa O..T and fttSO faiuft*. RetttrnalU to 30 kegs Duponts and Coochs' Powder back. June I, 1837. 46 his near ,Boston, and also: himself aDd we'are happy U> say we h
CBAS. WKKATOK. J Jfntmker Term 1837. 40 boxes Sperm Candles The subscriber will also dispose of his entire by appointment, (together with all those other entirely relieved(ram that distressing alAs
$ from
defeedaats and all others interested will M Smoked Hcrriugs., stock in Trade comprising a most general assortment S t1'ayed St. Marks a handsome Roan valaabU Medicines, as prepared by the late Dr. a family medicine we have no basayiag .
with -
THE notice of the institution of said suit andelLhe 10 Tierces Rice of Fancy and Staple Goods, Groceries, DOLLARS will, be a cat on for his tongue TEN C..tru,) by that we belkve It is ansurpasjed.
of said writ of attachment this 54 Bexes Brown Soap. Hardware given his apprehensionand STEWART BARNARD, N*.6.)
issuing day ; Grocery, ] &e. His Stock is large delivery at Mr. stables.J. REMEDY FOR RHEUMATITHE
I and to appear and plead to the declaration filed in 50 dot. bottles Porter and Cider. and well assorted with such goods as are'well Dace*IST. *xereeiBtMf' *errpl
Tallahassee p.in-b.
the said ease,according to the statute in such case 100 pieces best. Cotton Bagging. adapted to the market. June 17th 1837. M. ARMSTRONG.45 ,June W, 1835. SOtf.TO aw*the preaaatsz* *M a&er

) made and provided. 100 Ceils < Rope For particulars apply to R.J. Hacklcy,or Hugh THE ASTHMATIC & CONSUMPTIVE. an the nasal atteadanU ef the disorder,ars
CHARLES SIBLEY,Att'yorPJtff..Dawd.JUH 5 cases India Preserves Archer,my authorised & 7 NOTICE. difawu
most prevalent and fatal of all Disease by many from despair of a care,or
: ,. iTth lt37.4tf 10 barrels No. I Shad Wm. MANER. IX weeks from the publication hereof the subscriber THE civilized society.-th* Ce.sflf6** the emoscy of the numerous pretoodedto

JWIDDLE D15T:-FRANKLIN SUP. COURT- Lead Corp Demijohns Broom. Chocolate,, Pepper, All Tallahassee Dec. 7, 1836. 18-tf S 'Will epplJ' to the HOD. Sears Bryan Teaav generally o*traced to the lease AJanMf I enact this pupe* '- Bat those who Ia1f

$ Ida O. MoCAITLST In assunpsitr-summons I spice.Putty Tamarinds, Door,Mau Preserved Ginger Ci at- A CARD. Judge of the County Court ollacbon county, foi disorders, a slight bat Aeglectadeold. BytiuDo* faittrialo( .

1 .: n for'lOUOdamacuat.1..a C rants nnalDODt TurpeDLiDe English Walnuts. OT3WKTIL& Oh OXaVTOO. letters of administration with the will annexed it appears that oa* hiadred and fifty taooaod per 'Dr. JeWs Celebrated Laamaveabease
Imperial Gunpowder and upon the estate of David 11'rammel. masdie of tile *.,nipti ., Jtoscoftbes: .
Y. Sum. JAKES] inchmeal for'U6 65. By son Teas,- Scotch Snuff bottles deceased. annually eo of bag iading, aadfdnYvert
H.Ewno, If FaxoKajcx issved May 29, 15 IT. Opedildork,Vinegar Spanish Brown lemon Caster Oil COMMISIOWMERCHANT, JAMES TRAMMEL. drwdfal resahs may be attrihvttd CMBSBM cold .hander, hate received cartaia:*
Sin 3P1 N. 60 WATE Au:. S. 1837. tad trsnf Of the fciirasaiiif cos I
W.zcwtTw (owners of Returnable to No, m- Copal VArnish Salmon, fc. lie. For ST., Nw YORK. w a B4fUgt $ sauy ban b.eaeaadiaaSwdUIN
sale low I
L sti&n'eFm'trdez.) ber Term, 1837. T O. ..'r.E.LINDENBEROER by. Offers his services to the merchants of Alabama THIRTY that geiMfaflv easaai-which ie nasally _bydifficalt boars! u a amber of possess.V***

; FIIUE _defendants in said suit and all others in- TaJlahaasee.Oex. S9, 1839 GeoJaia and Flonidainth.purchass of Tl Goods"I DOLLARS REWARD. I fereaduag.. paia M tb* aide, s4 at last Ul i,. who were formsnly.f
R$ JsL',tcrestad-wiU take notice of the institution 1 ,Jt-tf Wares and Merchandise. ,Ir the purchasing anef STOLEN from my milk about the middle of canted.. Vso sat and nysated AsUunadeaUudu _n nrJW7 smi.J. ,C .

L' =;aM efUMissning of said attachment re 1 JAMES H. COOK, selecting of whole stocks or goods or i. UIOniq .a large dark brown bay mar mole, I also bri f OR .ptiT sysiptssm. Oa' .fir.1M'. J. ...t
'r to Mxt Noreaber Term of said with a scar upon her right I er two dollars xsa4d im the pucivMe.I. mKJJIET.
court; No. 100 BAOADWAT, N&w YORK them. Hating bad long experience in the I rump, some fin or six sid-'t-. -
and tkatt *y appear and plead to the declaration. Between Pine chasing of goods.ferAlabaiBa.Georiw and par-Flo- inches long and three or four broad-the eftcet.I DR. a&I3E-S..A8TBIlATIC.P1U.S ..in Wt.ra silo,'aflN

I filed:ta tb* said ease,according to the statute t in and Broad Street rids, be flatters himself that any orders entrusted of a burn. I hare every reason to believe that I tad:a fittk:aitealkm to their; .1i-'i dmiail, .tol. tt riy faikd.pfTMBRrre _

ll sock. east aide sad arovided., OFFERS fer sal a full and triplet assortment' of to aim will be with satisfaction on the pan of those this mole was stolen by a runaway negro beJoojtnf I UJQ;'waowslly insure a mitijptioa. oT'lhes BgMVnY FORTMlTa

.CHARLEFS.!3BIBLEY I Cabtnec.Farnittre, coasuung of Sideboards with who..,.laYOr him with their business. to CoL Robert Gamble,whose aamVtt Jim Davis. I cIiIorden.ucl..I'f: fleet acure. TbeP*: .

.LD.wgBToIrr1Jr.sPItffs: $ Ate-, marMe tops. do plain: Dressing Bureaux with marble Refer to Messrs., Oakford A'Whiteomb, and He is abo.30 yean old fTafeetsereaorsifht I areab* lad '6 remedy fcr th I : .rTOffietor ban jaar tohed .tl
inches hick aq wkhthaIsJlait atUmm)
$$ aad plain s
sidMsyItb1 4 tops CaZT&biez both remarkably stout die
Baldwin New especially acroe
and Hawkins York.
square -Wm. Miner I the fV
round with Marble Up, Pier tables do! Din Tallahassee, Flo,-Wm. G: breast and shoulders; bow-Iefgea. quite black,sad iat tceduuraod' azi I salssM" "W. aftr this.
& Ii I" si,W* recommend me. .bIa m .as and uligi. Breakfast tables of &II FkKCraig& Damn Bt Poner0paachbla has lost an upper fore tooth. I jna 554. Coaswupdqsf, ,.Erduk7qC -. I 'c. 1pLihriR' .Wlo* P1 :
ended li. Du.reauldo.SofudaUquh. 1'1o.-Wm-4 I will give the abov reward to any pmoKPho bra' .. ..aM driClwe: .1&.'a.y.:.. bi .
; f'uWoe ud -
qop Mc:1tIuillrwiaton. AIa.-PfacoaI& lit
g. =CJ'I' .oferi kIa at =* ., CW hia
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