The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 15, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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r 1 ,..lnrENft inserted! at One ; to pass. In ,this Manner4kijwoceeded,
of fiP een lines or les, (or lh ,
J!'' i.JP'ccnts fox each- lo .*t. : begging their food, and lomttunes* when
..,11I, mellts not marked with .. unable to procure m. I eomfsftable! lodgings
,.eTtioflS required, will be continued RE:?' seeking inbamslheirreftMwghtvPlsj-
jged for. sing through one of the southern ,OUDJia
a'LetI the Editor on business ; ..
establishment.' to must be I'G" f'4ul. 'U 8U V e 'aQoI of this state, where the inhabittnt wer*

&he -- short_. provisions. .their story,waidiaeadi._ .
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Charles Middle S. Dj on the same plan- of every- other Perhaps "rats bane in porridge" meant the they ted; and tookthe urged horses 07 Danger", with the"ann:fatentiotr wmn of,

r.8.Attorney ; family-and' ,bat.tho'. yoars same thing as a broken heart. Richard '
could eire
, professional retracing their steps, till the/ pT
/ Government it Coeur deLion died like the animal from !
.JfSunsellor at Lnw. in she ? family was supply of provisions continue theirjotrr.
a !
!Middle Florid. He will ) to be regelated jest on the same which his'heart was named, by an arrow 'which
The ewere the circumstance*
,, ;: in this District.Westcott Office, Jr. Esq.next family of the humblest of "your from an archer. John died, nobody knows placed nny. them before( the'court.. 'There'was)
.-d nee of J D. -and there, I, was ihe- moth bow, but it is said cfiagrin which
Tnahassee:January 2th1 1837. ? says we sup no doubt of the taking of the horse "
- the thing in the beginnin"-What pose is another term for a dose hellebore. The prisoner's counsel l made 'a solemn
Law Notice. he spunkin and tryin to Henry III.: i is said to have died natural
says up a
subscriber's Office is impressive appeal to the jury instating:>>
tr7:: The ( ) but takin to held to his death" which with and in !
yesiiencecornU0 Adams and : i i ( care on kings, palaces, that the horses were not taken with daaJ oD.
tWirous ofdevoting b'mselfprmcipaUy )- --"wKo aro my "masters says means the most unnatural death by which a est intentions 'Nor was it them, ck oIem-
entrusted to him as COUNSEL ANa masters?" says I-"JVhy "the mortal can shuffle off his mortal coil.-
of feeling
I nity of insincerity; for the fountains
h ATTORKSTS: business as may be : and I am one on'em Uncle Sam- Edward the First is likewise said to have ..the boior
ta handed then unsealed and to
S: ft"/ to Mr. were -
I District i ; .m Attorney, (occupying\ part of I had stuck to the rule they made died of a natural sickness," a sickness of human nature be it said-the audible sob

,6cr,) who punctually attend to it. of your family. you would which it would puzzle all the colleges of bings! heard from the seat of the prisoners
uriber will attend the Couit of } be in condition." physicians lo denominate. Edward the Sa.
Courts of Jefferson your present were acswered with tears from the bar, the
gjncrior frtuklin aod Jacksen counties,but, Leon ne ," say 1-"Uncle Sam-there is cond wu most barbaiously and indecently bench and the jury box. The boy was 'acquitted

HCSS] specially retained. that I can see for you to take- murdered by ruffians employed by his mother I and a nolle prosqui entered on the
JAMES D. : is for you to call all your young and her paramour. Edward the Third indictment against his brother. *

1'an.husee January 25lh, 1837. you and tell 'em thai you can't died of dotage, and Richard the 2nd is said A was soon made up for them, and
- one wife-and they must git hus- to have died of" fits caused uneasiness purse
NOTICE.LL ; by placed in the hand of a suitable i individual '
LL persons indebted to the late in their own States." Here Un -an uncasnes in palaces in those times for the of paying' their"'passage ,

Sturpes will make immediate I shook his head: and look'd consid- was a very common complaint. Henry the Chicago.purpose The barefooted bo/a left1 .the .
iUertbelott Esqr. as further -"! am afraid Major" he. Fifth is said have died of affec-
.-rtMoJ, ..*berwis. the' same will say to a painful Court House with their countenance brightened -
P. KERR | ] i tOf nw ..w". job tO rid of wife tion, Thi is
jWimiuately.! flit one prematurely. a county phrase with the smile of hope, and bearingwith
-3ms DANL. D. rid of so many n at oust, i am tor getting nu ur-.. King out mat tOe glorious the wishes that fortune
shall git spank'd as red as a cherry." hero of Agincourt should have been tem oral present,
- a i in dea-
TAKE NOTICE.IX mind that," says I, "you'll git no got rid of by the priests, by a painful affection tiny. may open pga tbel-.

A those accounts against the you desarve ifyou do, folks, that prematurely." Henry the Sixth: died i _

tL RIS which BURNEY shall not, late be of Leon pay the fiddier," says I. "Uncle in prison by means known only to his jailor,, From the corr ipondent of the Kentucky, Commonwealth. -
;ueh, .
jcateil, within the time says he "Major must I divorce and now known only to heaven. Edward
rill ke barred This is a final notice. ?" "No," says I, -there i is no 'di- the Fith was strangled in the Tower. by his AN ABANDONED VILLAIN..

SIMON TAYLOR, the matter, you can't do that unless uncle Richard the Third whom Hume declares Louis vi LLr, Sept. 1. -

Jane 18, 837.. prove crim. con.; that's the Law," to have possessed every quality for At one o'clock to day, Jones and Thompson

- LAND FOR SALE "Well I can," say he, "I can prove government. This Richard the Third was (assumed names/were hung for murdering -

flUE Subscriber is authorized to Post Office, tho Land Office, and killed in battle, fairly or died naturally according and attempting to rob Wm. S. Thomas,
I.liable Tracts from of Land situated ; "}lusb," says "Uncle Sam, to the court circular of those days. exchange broker of this city. They rode
ad tort IS 1920 Acre, Tallahassee.150 cleared The The so, for it i k old story in all coun Henry the seventh wasted away, as a miser from the jail to the gallows, each driven in a

res,GO cleared. And the third 8SO a man who has more than one ought to do, and Henry the eighth died of buggy by one of the sheriffs of this county

jcleared. These lands are equal to bitter fool than his friends, and has carbuncles, (fat and fury, whilst! Edward the smoking their cigars with great calmness, till
Florida, and will be sold on terms than button's. Now dont say Sixth, died of a decline. Queen Mary is he moment before their caps were pue1
I purchaser. H. W. more about it. You have got in said to have died of a broken heart." Old over their eyes, when they shook *

[Mlahassc March 15th 1R37. tf. ; and the best way i is to git out on't. Queen Bess is said to have died of melancholy each other, and, without any apparent trepidation -

FLORIDA CL.tlIMS.OlIN : that your young wives will be as from having sacrificed Essex: to his were swung into eternity. Thompson

P. DUVAL, Tallahassee gil rid of you, as you will be to git enemies. Jambs the first died pf drinking, was without any genius of hi own, and
J p cia A.Dickens of Washington But you mus'nt talk of divorce and from the effects of nameless vice.- has been the mare executioner the daring
1,the Treasury Dcnartmcm will to the and show Charles the Frst died villany of Jones and others. Jones has
bring you proof, a righteous death on
InTil i for Ncgroe and other property of his Confession
eioffbyihe\ Indians, and for horses. first came a courlin. And by the the scaffold and Charles the Second died a donation to Mrs. Oldh

aria,or taken for the Army. prove guilt_on any.'on cm, they'll suddenly, it is said, of apoplexy. .widow_ of..tlic, I late jailor.. According. to'thi
JOHN P. "on the hip," and keep you there James the Second died broad, thank I seems tar nc was oorn in JL.ngianaoiPooctfamily
FRANCIS A. I; "Now look at your courtin, God and'we trust the Duke of Cumberlandwill and was a merchant in London,whore-
he failed for three hundred and
it with what it ils sad do the William the died fifty thousand]
JV. B Letters post-paid directed to was- a same. third
ir,,Tallahassee: }
NOTICE. I ," says I, "my old friend you have the stumbling of his horse. Queen Anne, ,dred and ninety-one.
The Subscribers ass.cia : frolic! and this i it the eend on't- from her attachment "strong waters," _or Here, he says, he deposited fifty thotaand
without the of
rresin Mercantile business under much the cend of all frolics.- in other terms, from drunkenness, which the pounds, knowledge creditors
jkRieny &. Hawes, keg leave to says I "we must go and see what physicians called dropsy. George the First in the hands of a rid. banker; brought
his wife and three children
ids inJ the public generally done with the old Wife-I'll be died drunkenness, which the doctors (daughters whomhe
C'i opening in the ktore' formerly says I, "she is as sound ever she called an apopletic fit. George politely the educated well) to New York,,. wbr they
elite Robert S. Miller, on the not the for taken shel- Second married respectable,and slid this
worse having died by a rupture of the heart, which
roeStreet and I his wife died after which he returned
opposite \\ place, ,
old native State of Pennsylvany. the doctors of that termed visitation
kibe! Citv of Tallahassee, a day a I to London and claimed of his banker the fif
tot Dry Goods Hardware first," says I, "Uncle Sam, and of God. It is the only instance in which 1
thousand who after .
S they offer for sale on : ( to gil her buttons and sope ready for God ever touched his heart. George the ty pounds; in all repeated ap

D. ifI don't miss my guess, you will Third died as he had lived, a madman.- plcations. persisted denying knowledge
) weeks look as cherk ngin a Throughout life he least consis mater. presently met at
SAM. F. was al a mo- distance from the and
iTillalirssceFeh. ns she is a natur'd crittur narch. the some metropolis, b
good Fourth died
25lh 1937. George gluttony bed him to the heart;the blood gushed .
to see all happy about her, she and of drunkenness. William the Fourth
NOTICE.months his bosom and he dropped out of
all she can to provide for the died amidst the sympathies of his subjects bi carriage
1X ofUr date, I rhaii OrnCE'f! youngI a corpse. After this, Jones went the seaboard
f counts and vouchers the Hon. You have been jjalavanlin I and may it be a long time before we have in the naval service
ian.' Court as Administrator, she thinks yV" more to'Maine-Iran tbC'"ft'htoftt' .(Jo'.1J.M.f....-.ue- engaged excited-
'sion from the administration of And then the crewto mutiny, iramlrr v* r MwirotW
says I, "Uncle Sane, cessor. [London paper.
I Wilks/ dec'd. JOHN '. board who refused to join hi exctthe
gits and all par
line 1 I&7. up you git your
MARRIAGE A LOTTERY.-Our readers are captain's wife, with six
; sew'd will have o
A'OTICJU.ILL : you a spare acquainted with a singular freak of the eight months, and afterwards murder' her. .
lots within the : ready to welcome a fripnd or
owning beautiful't
pcrsont young man who made a lottery of himself. He then took the ship and
: *
of the of At
city an '
L Corporation enemy. present! ,
to notified to cleanse the tame on ( [ are ulaum.bug'dj"--An The following has been (the denouement of took on board three hunde slaves, and steered -
17Kit' the 19th inst.g(all Uncle you Sam he twich'd his this ingenious speculation, for the truth of for the West twenty-five or thirty
law diicase! viz: weeds trash, or up which a provincial journal refers us to the of whom died soon after leaving the African
above niplion.stipulated All LOTS will be not cleansed on together.spunk'd up" considerable, and civil registry of Lyons. The drawing took coast, and being pursued by a British mnf

ployed by the City Corporation for place in the fairest manner possible, in pre- war, to escape detection, they
the balance of this another
idurged to the owners of caid Jolt, I story : sence of a notary and of several witnesses. the others. Jones landed at Charleston,

fie owners refusing to flay for said ,, Mademoiselle Euphrasie B., a young lady South Carolina, murdered some man for his.
Ibctold public auction for the Your Frknd, I offortune nl I.JyonsVon the yong man. A money, was thrown into jail where be lay-

S. H. J. DO'VNINGlaJor.. I singular incident occured after_the drawing thirteen months. He went, from thenceto.New *

1Ia1aasscc, An:?:. 14, 1837. 2 City Downingvillc Militia, 2d Brigade. I had been decided. The young lady was Orleans put up at the best hotel in this

NOI'ICt.HESUBSCRIBEL : still unaware ofher good fortune, when one city discovered some gentleman boarding
\ :' SARCOPHAGUS. the same house who had murdered
[ intending < L from the Territory offers (for Sarcophagus, intended to meat painful excitement. Save my life, and robbed him in one of and.

LAKD*e,near Lake, situated Jackson about, six > ; the remains of the Father of his :, Mademoiselle !I" "How ?" Cede your remained unsuspected, in ihe .psge sme plc/on'-

f..Lrh are cleared and under has just boon completed at the ticket to me Whal( ticket?" The'lotlery several days; he then took a
&offers for sale the growing ; yard of Mr. John Struther, of Phil I ticket the lottery ticket-the ticket for went to St. Louis: on his passage made ac-.

lqcract was gin. owned I executor of the illustrious Then know, Mademoaelle, that I love- with whom he murdered and robbed a man
formerly by
HUB** his on it a valuable mill It is now on its way to Washington. that adore him, I had taken thirty tickets; at St. Lui $200. Came to Louisville;

Ioratioo possesses other con!> Inquirer gives the subjoin- it was as much as my means would allow of S. Thomas for eight or ten
L [Forltrmsappl)" to the proprietor on cript..n. of this beautiful piece of my doing. My tickets are all blanks. Yoursis days, entered his house on '5th street nean
ft .
TIJOIAS Main in the most public of the
: part cityii atf
j gnst25ih.:) 1S37. : ) !! the only prize. Cede it to me, or you
I..L Distinct'- \ J sarcophagus is of Ihe form of n cof will cause my death." Madame," replied 9 o'clock in the morning murdered him,. ba

.- COURT. I has been chiseled out of a solid Mademoiselle Euphraise, "there. is a written were intercepted in their intended .robr
ru ( by Mr. Thomas's servant bursting
Fonits Awumpsit.\ Pennsylvania marble, so excava- clause on toe tickets that nine young man open
($202.50 issued I door at the moment they were bis draw
f* and admit of a leaden coffin. Tho lid should not please me, or if I should not rifling
UF4NT ( 1837.
( of their
marble of the whiteness and ers contents.
itM WHEATON ) TcinberTerm, purest pleaso the young man, we are to divide the
THE defendant in slid ease, and I texture.-On this is most delicate 200,000 francs, and not to marry one another. Jones was about forty-five years old, six
teresu-d, will take notice of the :I I the American eagle standing This chance remains for as to feet high, straight and slender, well educated,
you ;
suit, a.ndofthe issuing of said shield beneath which is and uncommonly in his man
li t,,and to appear and plead te seen drape my ticket, I shall keep it. An hour afterwards -
ners. He was infidel declined all inter
in said action, according to i the flag of tho Union sus- the prize young man presented himself an ,
[lease made nnd provided. ( crosswise from the top of the shield lo Euphraise ; they were mutually satisfied course with our.clergy (most of whom called -*

led .fug. J.CHARM 1837. 3. SIBI.ET, ; The design, we understand, and lost no time in binding the conju- on him) or even naming tho subject .of',religion -
in his So that
who has
by that gifted artist Mr. Wm. gal knot. The lady wbo had been so anxious presence. h
LEON COUNTY (; ( but the execution is by an ex to obtain the transfer of Eupraise'dticket probably graced, by his presence, .some. of"

n lEdsn' V) Summons Assuropsit ad: ) delicate chisel from the hand of a was a widow Carcaisons, and is the first circles in London,and certainly *... .
res. Mr. John Hill in the of sessed an intellect uncommonly brilliantbj
'Alston, ) Returnable tit March employ said to have destroyed herself. The young
a misdirection of his gifted
'BE lernd3nt in said ca and couple, united by lottery, are spending;>> their powers, .pr.
tetrttd will take notice of the fleecy folds oldie banner, with the honeymoon at Narbonne. fConstitutionnel. a strange, ludinomiiouy a. .
isby attachment as irbresa'd polished star upon it, are beau ...

.lilt eo,tppcar according and to plead the to statute the and are highly creditable to the From the Buffalo Commercial yidvertiser. A MOST NOBLE ANSTVIR,"We.lean by.a

provided DOVALfc the artist. Underneath the shield, A SCENE IN CeURT.-At the presentterm gentleman just from the Indian country, that

\.t .. .'Y UIJINGTON is cut in sunken let- of the General Sessions, occurred the negotiation with ihe Sac and Fax Indian*

'"r25thl837, perfectly clean and neat as to give scene of no ordinary interest. --Two broth- togo Florida. has entirely failed.. .:Oar-

UJPERIOR ] of entire chasteness to tho whole I ers, one apparently twelve and the other informant states, when. the, proportion

*ZDflLE DISTRICT ? fool panel of the coffin the follow., fourteen years of age, I were indicted for Was made a tat I and replied i -" T..Hour ,

Assumpsit I are inscribed: grand larceny. The property ,alleged! to Great Father ,at Wasbiogtonweire.

iPtF7)'II. '. Sura'i far ,toO: WASHINGTONBy have been stolen was two horses. The elder ) sorry to bear that be warring wiJ the Red.

7n, ) 1837; Returnable to the permission of of the two boys was put upon his trial, men of the South. Tel him too,, are-
***eodaat in said case and all ; LAWRENCE LEWIS. and the younger br.ther'was sworn to testify engaged a war of our own with the Sioux..

-hill!! take notice of the Executor of Geo Washington against him. 'He told his story with all They ate killing our 'arriorl. and raYu. .

*dirDent ppe and is plead aforesaid to the-and THIS SARCOPHAGUS the simplicity of youth and innocence. and leaving r 'plel.. .."

**,aecordi;* to the form of was presented by It appeared from his testimony, that, fenceless ; oar lodges are unsafe,.,and tour
t tode and provided' C *. JOHN STRUTHERS, some months since their falher, who was in bunting ro nds are'filled with the cowardly'

;. .( OJ'I'UlLADEL1'IJIA' indigent circumstances, emigrated 'from our Great Father. at Washington.

SOt". 1837 ; Plymouth Mass., to Chicago, but was unable will send us.one hundred,of his ,roeo,: a.

PY DOLLARS Marble Mason. to take them with him, having previously help UA to drive. 'the Siour m ou(h

f iD or stolen, on the 19tb o September, A. D. 1837. bound them for a term of year to work grounds, and. to until thej beg..

"Iff"about Cotone) Fisher Said -- in one.of the factories' in that place. Their_ for their ljy sjikowominwo. will .P a

"I lands a Bar luth.HORSE nearly: blind or' KINO*.-William the Conquer- mister becoming bankrupt,.absconded, while, i efor_his men as.much aa lhy detent;

when taken;' bu the from enormous fat from'drink, and they deprived employment and ''moan of and as rn.on-as the. Sioux arico J
KMc rides finely,'rack i t violence of bit passion William support, were defrauded of their"',gel?Under will fio and help our Father m his war'g.

!dttyerl! b old.&bJ:when'1 have,, ridden ; )! died the death of the poor stag which! these circumstances, without ce'Y'and the Redrne, .0jtbe,89. ; -'- t f; :\ $ r.caoDothelp .
been traded in : !. Henry I. died gluttony, bar almost' destitute of clothing,"''they turned ia' torJO" ';- C t$.J lprp',

stnrCooaty ., ,: { I too mu b of a dish of lamprey*.- their back. upoo'their former hOlJ1e;'*1th the .:.. it4..1 :. i .
.re..rd.iII be given Air ( died lea few'day v what was call intention seeking that of their father; with nft'b !Ug.p .q. !q', ." '.

10cEeinTalIahasseeora'son i mac puionwhichwe upp.emsy' no other encouragement for the prMecutjoo, alYO Iud. derye,wu&qteqpetld ., .V _e.
miles north-east
two I ; ,
heiide: 1a!. ; wordor: ,, prosaic 'tcfd{ or some oftheir j Uroeythad then Ih Courage that | t;.orto[any.t&. t' .
.1OCk, .831 &' | | i/ it., *Heprjr'the aecond,'died .of't animated tbir.". .. : ?."pap.i, "J : ftInsult rs t9'T,1., ; ;,
f" I "
; : ? : obtained from tSeffesoofocutam! 6fJ charity
bi.d 'con ,
4.tt WANTED 'heart. oxJcaiiotwd byth* : .noj sj>o4b f f rwsMACtru

'e. ;mteRifent! Ud ;ta. ) (hi* children.. A, 'brok 'heart i* la ')recommending theta:to.theJJcnerblweof I '- ; b.mi1bayS'I II

.' .. aea."AI'plt Imi ; l 'complaint for 1' monarch to die*of. those tNy.ura.t 1 it'ayJ'; I J not of. '- -
k> ,Tills I ; I. .

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FLOIIIDIANJ\of their numbers, were, scarcely able to hold from exhaustion were, compelled Io drop thettle I or the Witbla- ,oochee.' I have ,JFVmofc !>***:Pan** ,Oft Monday! thaI| million; four hundred thotJtand dolUrilv
. he small apace ground within: gunshot of them, and swim back again. ", ', :. endierored to show, sir, tbt there was no 24th Juln/* young l.die.entered a fiacre ring OP t ofthe question the 20 'aa4'*- .
Correspondence between Oov. he pickets hastilye.ctpd. for their preierva.ion. .. After an elapse of. more tb o iebte.n deficiency of either zeal ,bravery am ng at the ruJOY1 St Honor. Paris. and or- cent commissions. Let every btal ..
nod Gen. Call months it is not my intention to give an of- the>olunteeroflicers! or men on that occasion. dered t oacnman to the Bois JcVincericji. State of MJISSlpP adopt the pofcj
Klacomb. The volunteers of East Florida under I have In addition to the fare agreed Brandon its five
icial report of the battle, or to cast reflec- shown, and am able to prove to mUo
their brave commander Col. Warren), had tions upon any one; but to call your attentionto Ha .world, that .he.greater number of them up.n the coachman received a handsome retained at borne, to build up oar .
TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 3, 1837. been raised on the appeal of Gen. Clinch. certain: errors committed in your last annual 'remained out of the action," because they grauity. which seems to have led him to cial towns, and pay the annual .x .
To Maj. Gen. MACOMB, Many of them were these wbQ had been communication to the Secretary War, wild not cross the river t participate. ,in it. bVieye that there c must be some mystery inbe the planters. '""
,C.o1ft1&an4er-m-CAitj Of tAt Army of driven from their homes, and had engaged and to ask that justice may be done to the >I hare shown that they did al that could have proceedings of this feminine conclave. But the story is not half told. '
tAe United. .State. for,DO definite time. I overtook and assumed volunteers of Florida, so unkindly and unjustly >een done by any troops situation. His suspicions were not unfounded. Madame cy will be th inevitable means ofa 'e"
command of them the 19th of December.The I. furious against resumption .f specie
SIR,-Your bat annual on misrepresented.You And after so many unsuccessful attempts ta Stephanie L- paymenbanks. ,.
" of War report to the Secretary whole force was employed with, great have said, "of the four or five hun subdue the] Indians;-alter me ranure of herex.inhirnatelriendMad. AdeleM_ Cou n will not only purchase ,
.'he world while was I made and published to activity in scouting the country, and driving fed volunteers who joined General\ Clinch three of your most distinguished Majoi a.. L. L...L.._.i.) her leer.hndchallengedher but it will command gold, and if lfc$'
the was engaged in prosecu- out the enemy, as long PS the trace of one with 8 view of aiding in subduing the Indian/, rola to accomplish this object-afer the fortunate rival to combat. The I I liate.otton they can redeem ever d jjjjT!
nng war against the.Seminole Indians. : I invitation had been accepted, and it was to their in the northern .
could! be found. After this duty was per- only twenty -seven men and three offcelStook unsuccessful but united your army, paper ,
11 i .did n.t..t therefore, come under my obser- formed States settle this affair of honor that the two ladies, picayune specie. Thus our bag
there remained yet five or six days part in the action." And you ;lave and the best troops Qf the patriotic
vUioo until after I had been reJieved from unexpired of the time for which the volun- said, "Why so remained out oj the which have engaged in the war, during a each accompanied by two seconds of her be furnished with sixteen millions of ?
She! command of the army in Florida; and teers of Middle Florida had engaged. I was action, i is not explained.many If the state3entI period of more than eighteen months, it i.s own sex, had repaired to the Bois de Yin- in specie, by the annual product of o
* :y extreme ill health for several months anxious the best not owe it to cennes. A pistol having been placed in the Who i is so blind as not to see that
to employ every moment to have already given does not afford a uffi- for you to say-whether youde
tbsequent, pi evented me from paying that hands of the two rivals fired in turn. raise the credit th.
of immediately of
advantage; and as our guides spoke with the cient explanation! permit me to say, ail expressly yourself the army and the volunteers e"cb. : M
itention toil which it requires, at my bands utmost confidence of finding the Indians at and emphatically, that the volunpera 7lotida, t retract the ofiseilion, that less The murderous engines. however, had been bank paper, at feast above any other ,
I now avail myself of the right of addressing : loaded by inexperienced hands and in the l/nion/ ...Biddle'a bank
.. the the towns on the Withlacoochce, not more who were not engaged, "remained out ( tho than four hnndred undisciplined volunteersfrom were in iU psI
\ u on subject, and after communiratirg than thirty-five miles from Fort Urnne and action" becausethey found it utterly irpos- Florida, could in one day have accomplished discharged by hands equally unaccustomedto days not exempted?
fime Intelligencewbich you srem not toSave represented the river as being shallow and siblo to get into it. A deep and rapidriver that which has baffled the. whole power the arena of duelling. Neither of the fair By such policy both the banks and
: received, and aler! correcting some of fordable at that point, I proposed to General separated them alike from the regulan and : of the govermient for almost two yearp, combatants accordingly,were hurt, and tho' planter have nothing to risk, but ever/ '
!hQ) errors into which; you haye fallen, I will Clinch that a rnpid and firced march should from t the The river had to be coss- and dianpointed the expectations of the best they were themselves by no means desirous !o gain.! The present non specie pt,
;!osk from the fill the : enemy. : .. ___ r___ .L. __ _____ .
you high place you as he IO retire irmu me me oecunug severally interdict will be
mnde to surprise and attack the enemy at ed before they could participate in the ight, Generals in our service. tHere was one dunij immediately removed-
organ, of.the government, and as aq act of I the point designated. The suggestion: was and the only means provided except a mall event known to you at the time you made declared that their principals had done forty-five millions of state bank paper*
omnpflJuce>> ; to me and to the' yolunteeis :. adopted. On the 27th and 28th of December raft, which was found to answer scarcel' any your report to the Secretary of War, which all that honour clt.d for, and insisted upon come into current circulation, and 1
of;: Florida, to repair the injury! un/J/ ;jnjuetice40.U the volunteers were recalled from the purpose, was an Indian canoe. Tbo 'cu- should have saved you from the commission withdrawing the field. sippi abused, scoffed at, and
have done to them and to men the scouJs| and of the oftbis saved the volunteers from der foot, as she has been, tramp I
.. ; a part regular troops were lar troops about 260 in number, wen fouror error, and wi
i ime. public and imposing manner in which withdrawn from Fort: King for the expedition.On five hours in crossing. The voluneers the unjust reproach which has been cat upon The way tlicy do things in AlabamaOn phoenix from the ashes of apcelto"
I:ie wrong has been committed. the morning of the 29th the whole army with the exception ef some of the oficers them. You were apprised that the Sunday, the 28th of May, I was at Centre- deemed regenerated, and dilenthll
In speaking of! the battle of the >Vithlajocb.ee marched for Withlacooche'c, under the who crossed with the regulars had possession veteran and gallant General Gaines with an villc, a county town in'AIabama! the sun at : as'was the slave on ab,
<'< on the 3lbt of December, 1835, command of Gen. Clinch. The volunteersr. of the canoe not morA than thiny, mnULb army nf nlfn' tOOO r .anl t And volunitsei-, uiciIOInn, ...4.(lit, thornjomaff nt 90. The Ervglnml, ta uncopg Qpot101 and
j-qu? make the following) remarks. 1Vt..l.ll l/l...Il.., Um.*!-{y I.... .t-. __ %* .y" ultra me might commenced; and yet undaunted zeal and bravery, soon after slage for Wetawpka for Tuscaloosa drew ble bondage, fore ver upo _
"On the 29th December, General Clinch, nore to serve, left their wagon tiain and all 'why so many of them remained out of the met the'same enemy almost on the same upo the door of the tavern kopt by Benj met cal and financial basis, a imp
with six companies regular troops amoun- their baggage, carrying with them (four days action is not explained." ground. That they surrounded him in a lor- Sinclair, who is postmaster, justice of the as a that grows richer by prwhich
tog to about two hundred men, proceeded) rations, already prepared for use. They With! the appearance of great accuracyyou titled encampment ; that they fought with peace, &c. and withal a clever / Two nothing but an omnipotent ..
iVom Fort King towards NVitlilacpochec! were equipped to move with the rapidity so have said that only twenty-:.even men unabated fury wn one side, and were met gentlemen alighted,and left in the conch one destroy. p1e;
t fi attack the Seminoles, who were in force essential!: to the. success, of the enterprise.But .- and three officers, of the Florida Volunteers with distinguished courage and fortitude on lady, when a consultation between the two
m the left bank of that river. In this cxpeiition the regulars were encumbered with a fool part in the action. In justice to the the other, for five days and nights, and that gentlemen, the justice and the driver was ".'.oIIor.e. no Review."-K fl.,..
he was joined by Governor Call with heavy baggage: train, badly appointed and gallant officers and men of my command, 1 I General Gaines was finally relieved by Gen. held. The driver then mounted one of his the third was the most obstinate man
tttwccn four JiunJrcd and five bundred vql'iiiteers badly conducted; and such was the sloth of am bound to correct this ftalemenl; hich 1 I Clinch who marched to his assistance with horses, rode off in h&sle, an'! soon returned i 18th century, and it appears thaf fcu 1,
of Florida. the march, that we did not arrive at the am enabled to do from my own personal observation. five hundred men, many of whom were the I with a license, which was put into the J us- daughter has a spice of his
On the 31 fit December, General Clinch, Withlacoochee until the morning of the I crossed the river myself during same Florida volunteers whom you have tice's hands; the coach was then driven to weeks ago It was contemplated sirt A,
.vith the regular troops under his command, third day, although! upon the plan originally the t fight, and arrived on the fiild just treated with so much urJundness in } ou official the other side of the square, followed by all review in Hyde Park at which the a
rosscd the Withlarooclict(*. lie washcre atackcd proposed!" it might have been accomplishedin after the Indians retreated. It was soon report. With a knowlede of these I the hangers-on in the village, myself includ.. was to be present. Her !Majesty had Q i
by a large body of Indians; and, i af1 twenty-four hours. On our arrival, the decided that the position of the Rugulus, in facts your remarks must be considered gratuitous :. ed. One of the gentlemen got into the car- I ded appearing on horseback, -
"r a spirited engagement, the Indian; were whplo army was suddenly halted and g eatly double file, in open ground, within pointblank and most. extraordinary by every impartial riage,and took his scat beside the lady. The I paration had been made to secure n every a sale'
inally defeated, and fled into the hammocks. surprised at finding a deep and rapid river shot fir a dense hammock, with the observer. Justice: took the front seat and married- I mal for the royal person. Lord MeZ1J <
:.i this affair it will appear that the regularroopsborethe .: presenting the most founidublc impediment, right flank subject be turned by the enemy I have endeavored to lay before you, sir, James Kits worth to Miss: Jane Ray. The thought he had now got a good oppem"
brunt of the action; out of thewo to our futthcr advance into the country, instead could not be maintained. The troops a statement of circumstances under which Justice afterwards:alighted, received his fee, of trying the Queen's temper, and of -ej
hundred regular troops who crossed the. of a fordable stream, over which we accordingly returned 'to the river swamp the expedition was undertaken, and of such and the happy pair went on their way rejoicing whether he would venture to assume -
i iver with General Clincji, fifty-seven wcrp : could pas!: almost without delay, which the and formed a curved line, with n detachment! incidents: connected with the battle of the I have travelled much, and seen many : ity over her majesty. ccordingly, the ,
Killed! or wounded, including four officers. Ol. informulion of tHe guides led us to expect. of volunteers on the right and left resting on Wilhlacoochee, as will enable you to repair amusing and instructing scene, both by minister represented to the Queen that1
'.:lie. four hundred or five hundred vojuntors) On the opposite side an Indian ranoe was the liver above & below the crossing place, the injury you have done to the brave and flood and field;" but never before did I see opinion it would not be becoming in her
ho had joined General Clinch with a view of discovered; two of the men swam over, and securing om flanks, nnd presenting: a front patriotic; Volunteers Florida. I trust l, sit, a wedding in a stage coach. jesty to appear at the review except in
tiding in subduing the Indian, only twenty.. brought it across the liver. The regulars which could not be broken. The Indians soon that tho redress: will be as ample, as the the royal carriages. "Very wel" her 0
even men and three officers took part in tlic immediately commenced crossing, and reappeared, and raised the whoop along the wronjr has been unrerite Truth, justice, YEATUAN. WOOD & CO.-fheTra. jesty is said to have replied. "very well\ ,ij
ction. Why so many remained out of tliq.iction though their number. was: only about 260 whole line, as resolved to renew the alack ar.d tho magnanimity of the Cammandur-in- nessee papers contain the result of an exam lord, then be it so; but attend to me-r,ojJ,
; is not explained. Had the fame zeal and they were uncncumbeiecl with horse but they found us prepared at all points chefofthe army nil conspire to demand it. ination made by Gov. Cannon, Gen. Arm- ber, no horse, no revicw." It was ia ,
''nd bravery been displayed !by the whole and saddles, it was about 12 o'clock before for the assault. To retire across the riverin I am, Sir, very respectfully, strong, II. M. Itutledge & Thomas Crutch- i that Lord Melbourne remonstrated wb
';nee as was evinced by thc regular troops, they were all over. In the mean time the the presence of the enemy, was considered Jour ob't serv'tR. er, Esqrs. four of the most respectable end \his original plan for exhibiting the Qn
;'iere is little doubt but that the war would. I volunteers were engaged! in driving over a most' hazardous and difficult tiiidertukng. K.CALL. intelligent citizens! Nashville, into the af- and himself her minister thus uneipeoi' ]
':ave been "terminated t with the battle of M'ith.icoochco. : their hordes, and a raft of green poles had Gen. Clinch and my elf di fertd with Maj. GEN' :MACOMIJ.. ul" the Bank of Ycatman, Wood & Co.which ly frustrated. The Queen remained hand
I been f=constructed, on which some of the saddles regard to the manner in which it should be stopped payment a short time ago.- although several attempts were _
Before I proceed to rorrcci the errors had been carried over; but it was so conducted. He proposed to move from the HEAD QUARTERS OF THE ARMY, ) The exhibit shows the liabilities of the bankon alter her majesty's determination, tliersiice .
onlained in the foregoing statement, it is heavy, and sunk so deep in the water, that it right flank which rested on the river very 1 Washington August 23d 1SIJ7. ) the 1st of July wcte $754,639 77 and. been "no horse and no review."
roper that I should give you the necessary answered but little purpose. As soon as the near the point at which we must cross, Sm:-I hne the honor to acknowledge its means, Including the private estate of the
iiformation with regard to the organization regulars were over the volunteers commenced while I recommended the movement from the receipt of your letter of the 3d instant on partners, amounting to $2,188,784 ; leaving A Plague Encampment.-Nothing n
<;f the volunteers, the circumstances under crossing in the canoe, which, under he 'left flank, wheeling by files to the lefimd the subject of that part of my annual report a surplus" in favor of the bank of $1 ,224, thrilled me tore than when I once came:.
which they entered the service, and some of the best management, would only carry torn: passing down (he rear of the line to the made to the Secretarty "War last yea rwliich 14422. denly, during my wanderings, upon Ul j
: :e incidents preceding and attending. the five to seven persons, two of whom wenrge-' I. crossing place, thus covering the men as gives an account of the operations of the ar campment of the plague smitten. The m,
(..,lie. ncrally found necessary to bring the boat hey retired by those who still remained sta- my in Florida against the Seminolw., especially Goods Destroyed b tk: Great Fire.- are generally erected on a hill-side and fcj
The war with the Seminoles broke upon 'Lack aguin; and it required balcing every ionary. The General then asked! who should in reference to the affair of the Withlacoocbec The NationallDtelgencer! furnishes the an.ne tents pitched among them, and you KB .I
Tie country with (the suddenness of light.'he .- trip, to prevent it from filling with water. It I conduct the men across the river, he or my- '. in which report you think that injustice abstrct reported in the Senate families of the infected in the sun-shine
army and the people were equally sur- is to be lemeiribrred that the volunteers hadto self. lie was greatly exhausted from the has been done to the Florida Yolun for a remission duties on goods destroyed in their prescribed limits, and gazing ea
1 rised, and equally unprepared for tho con- can}' their saddles and saddle bags with atigue of the fight. I tendered my services leers then under Jour command. by the ereat fire of 1833.Iliis at the chance passenger, whom his gir
tlict. The regular troops were ncampcd at them in the canoe; hence they could they wire arroptcd, and he iuonlt.Hhaldy arer UMiu ivpuii in utiicti you allude, was based bill provides for allowing a remission of ther: vicinity may conduct past their I' .
Tampa Day and at the agency in the heart not ross with the same rapidity as the re-crossed the river, leaving: the fate of on the official information which had been I of all duties already paid or remaining due, NarY dwelng the children rolling baked '
"t i" the Seminole nation, unprotected by fortifications regulars, who man.bed in with their knap. the army in my hands. !More than two hours received by me, and had I been furnished : on all unbroken and entire packages of goods grass s; and the sallow and i
of any kind; and had the Indians, sacks on their backs. Superintending the were spent in constructing the bridge, and with so detailed a statement of the affair of, and merchandise consumed jn the fire of New worn parents hanging out the garments
nstead ol being diverted by the rich booty crossing of the volunteers in person, and re-crossing the horses to the north bank.- the 3Ist December 1835, with the explana. York; and it provides for a proportionate remission patient on the trees of the neighba ,
'\hich the sparse settlements of the frontier perceiving, from the slow pregress they i During the whole time the Indians by their tions as that which you now present in the on packages which had been opened Such was precisely the case with tJxa'i
,>reseptedf! made! the first onset :upon the re- made, and the time it had required fur the whoops, gave repeated indications, not onlyof communication. above referred to, it woul before the fire. Commissioners are to be appointed which I bad unconsciously i ihtruJcd
ular troops, few would have survived to tell regulars to cross, that unless some, other their presence but of a determination to have afforded me great satisfactio to consisting ef the collectors and other whence I was very hastily dislodged bj"
Ile! melancholy fate of their companions.Hut .- I means of accomplishing it could be devised enew the nHaclAt length, having the reiterated the praise you bestow on the Florida officers in New York city, whose duty' it will shouts of the grd. stationed to en fora
: lortnnately for them, the savages were it would consume the whole day; in consequence -: wpposife bank complctly manned, to cover Volunteers who followed you on that occasion be to ascertain the amount of duties paid on I'' quarantine of colony; and
ver fonder of plunder than of blood. The of my pledge to them that they I the retiring line, nnd every thing being completely to the banks of the Withlacoochce. It packages destroyed by the fire, the names I alarmed excamatos of my companions-
r.ntt; demonstration was mndo by the enemy should be permitted to return on the next prepared just before sunset the line was far from any intention on my part, to do and residences of the sufferers, the amount of U difcul upon su cb a scene, and 1
'>'n the. settlements) in Alachua county, and day, which would complete their term of service commenced retiring. Major Hailcy at the injustice to the patriotic Volunteers who s goods destroyed, &c. They arc to meet inNew on a sky, and to believe in the exte
lie first attack was sustained by the unarmed I was very solicitous to obviate this head of about volunteers, with a firmness promptly rallied under your standard on the York and take testimony on oath respecting of this frightful scourge! It is the canker I
Iud defenceless inhabitants. On the GUI delay. .Accordingly called the attention ur! and deliberation which would have done: signal danger, but as before observed, I these particulars. No claim to be en- the core ofthe forest tree-the serpent n1
!!lay of December, I received by express! a Gen. Clinch, who had crossed the river and honor to the hardiest ,veteran led the way had no means of stating why they did not ortained which! shall not be presented to the garden of Eden.I .
volition! from the people of Alachua inrorming was sitting on the opposite bank! to a collection followed; by the battalion regulars, and the cross the river, at the moment of the attack on commissioner within four months of the opening '
me Qf their impending danger, and asking of dry logs on the point of on island a rear was brought Jp by Lieut. Col Mills' the regulars, who were in position on its opposite of their commissions. The commissions, BRUNSWICK, (Ga.) Sept.2
!<>r succour. Without the requett of Gen. short distance below the crossing place, and command, of 41 volunteers. successor bank. I will cause your communca! on the completion of their investigations, shall Shipwreck.-The ship Emerld, J
t'linch, and wjthout authority from any one, suggested that if they were put in the water, the movement depended on the coolnessand tion to be put on file in the Adjutant General make out their statement and send it to the vana to London, went ashore in Sr. )
.rders were immediately despatched to the they would afford the means ef speedily constructing firmness with which it was conducted, office and besides, with this letter, give Secretary oldie Treasury, whose duty it shall Sound, on Friday last. The particulars >|
four nearest regiments of my brigade dispersed a bridge from the north bank to the a better specimen deliberate courage was 8 publicity through the public prints, that the be from time to receive and examine the statements I given below in an extract from a Utter rf
aver a district of country more thn inland. The suggestion: was adopted: Gen. never shown on any occasion. Col. Mills word may by means of your statement, be of claims presented and admitted by. ten by Capt. Plaise, master ofthe ship. i
150 miles in fxlent. They were assembledwith Clinch ond his staff, with a number of the was the last to cross the log, and before he more fully acquainted with the part : the commissioners, and which shall be sut- "Arrived here on the 25th, the ap &,
unparalleled promptness. 1 invited volunteer ofBcc.rs, who were on the oppositeside left the bank of the river the Indians rushed the Florida Volunteers took in the battle of,. jected to his approval or disapproval. When first mate, seven men and a boy of th 1
them tp the field, not to make a campaign with him repaired to the island on a down on the opposite side. the Withlacoochee. the Secretary of the Treasury shal have I ship Emerald Portsmouth, (N. .) m
:''''ain.t tb Seniin le nation, but to rescue ledge of rocks, which connected it with the You will thus perceive, sir the injustice With respectful consideration, I am, sir, made known hi determination upon te caimspcs'cnted Havanna bound to London with a cargo
iho defenceless inhabitants; of the frontier main laud on the south bide of tho river; and done the volunteer, by saying that only your most obedient servant, commissioners shall. out Sugar. The Emerald sprung aleak in &
from the grasp of a savage enemy. Temporary while they were rolling the logs into the water twenty-seven of the men took part in the ALEX. MACOMB. : of remission according to the a- : Gulf stream on the 21st inst., and the-to
,but prompt and Immediate relief, tiniii and I, with a party of men, by the aid of action. But the injustice done the officers, Major Gen. Comm'g. in Chief. mount remitted to the several merchants and I warning the crew had was 5 feet water in fr
\\\ other forces could be ordered by the go. ropes, was engaged in drawing them acrossto i is more apparent. You have slated, on His Excellency, R. K. CALL, caimant', and these certificates, 'signed'by i hold; it blowing hea>ily at the time aad I
vernmentvns all 1 sought to accomplish! the north bank: of tho river, I heard quick sti authority I know not, that but three of Governor of Florida. Commi ioners shall be received by the high sea raging they immediately hauled$
and I assured them they should not be detained and! rapid exclamations from the men in my them participated in the engagement. Justice collectors a d.others as .money in the payment of the gulf for the land; and in a sittkiugo
from their homes more than three or reur, "The Indians arc corning !1" hearing demands that this charge should not on- Strange.-A few days ago a stranger accosted of duties, &.C. to tie .amount ot the I dition were fortunate to reach s near tfr
four we*kl. Under this pledge men from no alarm from tho opposite side,and supposing ly be repelled, but the names of these brave a negro man in tho woods, about seven sums remitted. It is provided, however, that I shore for the ship to sink in fourfathomsUZa !
;ill the! various pursuits of life suddenly suspended the Indians were on tho north bank, 1 and patriotic officers, who fought so gallantly miles from this town. and inquired the every individual receiving such certificates to half of water offSt. Simons, the Light betfj
their business, and juined the standard commenced forming the line facing: to 'he on that occasion should bo recorded.- distance from St. Augustine. The negro pas in payment of bonds and dues, &c., shall ing \V. N. W. it still blows very stroti '
of the volunteers. Near two hundred aud rear, in older to receive them. In a few Three of them Col. Warren, Col. Read, replied that he knew no place of that name, give security in bond and penalty to pay double Captain, ofcer and all the crew oj
.lifty men were immediately ruiaed.: : They moments: however, the Indians made their! and Major Cooper, were wounded, tho first but that Baton Rouge was at I short dis the amount of money remitted, with interest I safely but gat danger-some on S*
were generally without nrms; the government appearance oil the opposite side, jtut abovethe and the IPS very dangerously: Col. Park- tance. He was: (hen asked the distance to if it should over appear that the goodson mons' Island, the remainder 1
had none to supply them; and on my crossing place. The position of the line hill, Lieut. Co! Mills, Major Bailey, Major the nearest physician and farmer. The negro which the remission is made were not in captain and 11 men, on the Island of JeP
own responsibility! I ordered to be purchase I Iciuch was: changed at that point and the Indians Welrord. Major Gamble. Capt. Fisher, pointed out the road to 31 r. James Neil- truth destoycd by fire. The commissionersare where from hard wea'tler they were dcta5d
as the merchants could supply which opened) a firtj upon us acros the river. The Capt. Ros, Lieut. Stewart sons, where tho stranger subsequently ar authorized to employ a clerk, whoso sala- unti the 15th, captain arritw11
consisted principally of small shot guns, entirely fire was immediately returned,and they fled Lieut. Hunter, Lieut Wilder, Lieut. Floyd, rived. His denuded appearance and gen, ry, not exceeding $2100 shall determined port for assistance to save what was P
unfit for the field. Supplies of everyL.J..J All this occurred before n aimn+ fired at Lieut. Chnirta, and Dell, all these llemanly manners attracted the notice of Mr by the Secretary of ihe Treasury. sible from the wreck, which is. expected J
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-*! M** aa* Mtgt ttlVureat me hud with of both ship and
| regulars. They advanced betnm and some others who arc not now Neilson: who kindness and humanity be a total loss, cargo.
extent of country from whirh the men the river swamp about a quarter of a ;mile! recollected, crossed the river before or dur- bestowed on him every attention that his Frnm the Grand Gulf Acnrtifr.I there has been a heavy and constantgalefour .
bad, to be drawn, nntf the difficulty of suddenly -. and taken a position in a small piece or ing the action. Many of them fought as s'tuation required. From his conversationit I Mississippi! Bank Arrangment. The cotton day the sloop Argo, was despatched'
transforming citizens from the pursuits open ground, surrounded by scrub and ham. common soldiers and were among the bold was ascertained that he i is an officer in the growing state 'regenerated, redeemed the 2th, rm this place "the only yess'lt:
of civil life, to soldiers in the field by mock, which conceded tho enemy, and ave est and bravest in tho fight. I have yet to U S army, named Lieut C. B. Chalmers, of and di ent rned'-Mississippi bank paper be obtained' to save, if possible, the maW
the thirteenth day after I received the first him a decided advantage; in the contost.- mention another important service performed the firt regiment of artillery, latclyslRtioncdAt ten per cent above par-New Orleans commission als ofthe ship,as the cargo must all have M
intelligence of the Indian depredations, the When the action commenced, not more than by the volunteers en that occasion, which St Augustine, Florida. He states that merchants quashed-cotton turned lost and,the ship nearly filled with wateKt
troops of Middle };Florida under my com- thirty or forty of the volunteers had crossed saved the regulars from havoc and slaughter.It the last recollection he has is of taking a into gold and silver. Tho sloop Argo has.returet, and their
:nacd, bad assembled, were organized, performed the river, of which n very large number were was by them, under the superintendence ride, which he was in the habit of doing The much persecuted Brandon Bank has tain reports that the ship. gone to p'MASSILT.ON. ,<
a march of near 200 miles, and at: officers. Some of them had taken the first redeem her own credit -
swam over, and ()Capt. Wyatt, of Middle Florida, thai the ev3ry in the neighbourhood St step to
lacked' and destroyed a patty of tho enemy, being unable to carry their guns with} them, bridge of logs was constructed, which ena- morinJ.. is surmised that he o was and that of the state. The directors have .-A Yankee friend stt'
discovered in burning and plundering a were in a defenceless situation, until supplied bled the troops to retire in safely in the presence thrown from his horse which caused a confusion resolved .o advance money to our plantersto Massillon, Ohio, writes LS for a .
iieuse, within a half! mile of Micanopy. A ftom the opposite ..idt>. They rnarchec! of the enemy. Had there been no of the brain, producing1 insanity, and the lull amount of the present crop, together i* a bachelor still on the sunny *&*<*uotihlfltto i
detachment of volunteers, under the command bravely into tho fight, nod behaved with as ulhcr meni oi re-crossing provided but (theca that in this state be crossed the peninsula .r with half the amount of the succeeding five-thinks himself'decent; tP :
of the gallant Copt. :M'Lemore had much intrepidity as any men on that field.- Due, no one will pietend to that the FlcribS, and wandered thus fur. one, at an interest of seven per cent- brag of as to looks, ha tt .
that morning been despatched, ..i too request They formed a Hue extendingfrom tho riverbank movement could have been performed say with Fie states that when'he himself in cotton pledged by the planters to be delivered worth fifteen thousand dolar no', yg" _t
of Gen. Clinch, to project\ his piovtiooiraiq ncatljr to the left flank of iho regulars; out great toes. the woods and met the roun\ to at Grand Gulf t>r Vicksburg, as the it did not cost him thr years ago-
then oil the move' to Fort IJrane; and and it was ,owing to their position, and the I am not disposed to disparage the meritof him he was waking negrn( a disagreeable appeared planter may find most convenient. FrQm hundreds-dont bimslfcbw or SB n.
exposed to the moat imminent peril. They galUutry with which they fought that the the regular officers and soldiers, they dre that He has some faint of iha'e two points the banks will ship the cot- says his wife sb nt-n shaft t
performed that duty, prolected the cupptec{ regulars wore not surrounded and cut off by fought bravely, and) sustained themselves befog on a rail-road; (this is recol.ec\i.be ton to Europ, where it will be sold for gold snuff;:it gave an edge spleen,aIdb
for the regula..rolp.V1in. were almost desitule'and the silver and the back for ingreden in cooking; J-
will the Pontchattrain and brought poor
enemy nobly. Hull I not permit unjust reflections ,rail-road;) but cannot account -, money scolds.I ,,
; arrived at the burning house on During lhe, fight, the volunteers continued to be cat upon the volunteers of Flo. for finding himself hero. It is really. the use of the state. snuff are generally great anti-tobacco.*"-?
,he'road just;;* after tUt. Indiups bad. been to cro s o.s Cut a possible\ and join in the rida. I trust\eir, the day may never ,coW, wonderful how ho should lave escaped the< Planters cannot but foresee.Ihe great- 'convenience Here's a chance for our .
pouted. action. Manj attempted i<* giyin the river, when to sustain the fame of your army. it tribes of hostile Indians in Florida, end sustained arising from. this arrangement. ing and.snuff-taking. Yankee girls!MasfJ
Notwithstanding i the promptitude with! but I Believe i in every instance it was fount shall be necessary to ,detract from .(be ser the privations of every which be: They not.oolj .Aye the .expense 'of'trans-' is .beautiful. place In Stark ," "JJLii;
which the kin. location rv !'
arid its
troops the rnpiditf impracticable to in without prtatien'LoNewOrleat s, but also the torn- body admires ; iatnl
cross that manner vices and merit of the patriotic, but undidplined must have encountered erratic !
of,their march, oq my arrival) found the getting their arm.* wet, and their emmu citizens who, may volunteer their aer- wanderings, until he cached this paci.- ]It and tafxeg of- eier7'dceniptlOr! In. 4-cM and' all our ertlgratingf'itopuutio? !
whoU! country qyerrun, and fa possession r nition denlroj ed., 4t nue time I ordered the vices to their country in the hour of peril and will be grailfying to his Thendsandrelatveato ann hy i elltii/f/ !their cottpn at'tbat1cjtjt:' : fociu5gUiith: >rWe. are toW wjMtJj9MU
; House 1 14.oDo4i
th.E&; ; ,. hod been aban- whole forcetomount. andcbaige the river, necessity., You have further observed sir, know that the officer at,Jhis pott, aa aopnas Tb.. .xp'MC*.amoupfm; .- -\to abQiibThcrJ "I .,
I for.wrtoshort
&rjafiioj; ,wer* master* of thecoaotry..Tb but",tt, ,waa found, impr ticabl. .from the .'had the aame zeal and ,brajery been displayed they l ariid'thecircimstanceabd Wrnrern'of i..,I !..-. cMmn1i11..., a.. ,T I -': *court3hpsasngthbu1t1 -9 -theDtot! l
of:*lo It .rtfuhr' troop>> were i io want I came\ ; J Jus{ msnti Qaed. ind the, ,order wu byh whole force:aa, wu winced I ad'to th>i. garrison, wherts inedicat'it; luG IO'v L'I"; tpv' r tx e::. t .I .\ 'I t
every tfcing. They had not fired I rqunterrnanded. 8orne Uadance'i''.. irebauiien for r. diIeofour *n bati*' "dr
warn pearly oyor by the there j i< little thefii '
troops .
t .rY'.Qlil i
fee eneinand feJ ; '
fI pq' from the stnatineM 1 carrying- their gun abqve: lfap !wa('r,. but butba, te ,F a{ yroult} ttrmioalep|doub, ,I ,extended to Mm..,: ,. -. wgeGaiEitE.::" cue) *crop: '* *. f t Qileans:. "'t ",. *'imod-*"" C t'd'IJ f .11! ,' iety-ena" ,; $ SduCte4 ,1': .' ",i
\ 1 I .' I
r S ,;.. .", ,, _.o_,. ;"-., :..,.r..., ._ ,1.h1i1E ",._, j

jjWiL EflwJLtT1c S ; : APPOIN By and Kith TMENTS the adtict BY and THE tonttnl PRESIDENT if Vie Senate. er (the Precedent) would be pleased to send : .. ..:U.- .hi:41 44_

John amongst them a fair trader ---- --- -- :. .TJ14. -I -
P. deal -TilE -F
, Duval to be Secretary of the Territory with thorn. FLORID A'HOTEL --- '---- -, :"
---1lA A.UUlg IBIIIiSiTURD.'r of Flerida. The Indians complained of the impositions havi'ugpurchased; STORAGE AT MAGNOLIA. I : :. .... :-, '.: :1. :
the house
OOBEfl145837 Samuel K, Duval, to be Marshal of the Mid to "hit h they have been subject by the traders THE'axrbseritwr by Ira Xanborn, and intending for ment TIlE, Cotton anbseribera or other will receive on aforage for ship JUST received a p.rScsW.g1dtswi' ; fr.1::'

die District of Florida. who had herctofoio settled amongst to put the same-in immediate repair, for the reception chandize; and forward prejnee with ; aUo eswdsand mer .Chmeao pYl,

, EUCTION RETURNS. them, and hoped to be freed from their erctions. their of those who,take may this choose to fayoor them with, Any business entrusted to their puaclualitr care will 4-despatch receive im Fall tsw'e. For sale br R.H.BERRY; <

tile returns of the electionBrown TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 10 1837. a They hoped that their Great Father public patronage generally. that they opportunity intend tarnishing to inform their the as mediate heretofore.attention.From Their terms will be the same -Tail i4as.8pb2'I! 7JirNOTICE. -
lrhc fllllo"inlre At and his people would hold fast the table with the best the long experience in buainess,
J.tferslln, and Ga.dsden COynhl'S, fjlr a meeting held by a portion of the members bonds of country affords and will they hope to meet with ,

Leon buS, othe' LegisaIiVe, C., of the Exporting and Importing Company bold peace; and, after each of the chief had taken spare those tiho no paint favour to make them their with house agreeable to a siiareopublkratroisstp.].& N. II&VLlb. / web afcr date, I thai!apoly b tie, ; Jr l

t 1 LEOX. of Middle Florida, and of the citizens, met of the |pen, as directed, they concluded may LheWcosnpanL.J.BELL&C .. Afa nola! Oct. T, 1837. 9-6t. lettei J..ooLCeaICaJofJ Leo* ",for

391 hants and planters of the county of Leon, for and he treaty, shook hands with the Secretary I Qulnrl I Octobe II I, 1837. 10 NOTICE. o, l law of said county etuta. .Joeepb

", 534S40 he purpose of selecting a every one upon the platform, anti then lx Weeks after 1.ry cee ,
delegate date
to the
W. ropre eft l the church I IST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post subscriber will make JOEH F.C.BA
B.nnerman sent them in the greal southern contention to J Office at Thomasville, Geo., Oct. lit 1837- ,application to the Hon.Judge of the Coooty Sept.IS, 1337.

tfitaon; 209 be heM in this present month in the city of such of which as shall remain on the 1st January Court of Leon Cou.ity, fcrletters of administratioB I '

Walker! 192 \ugusta in Georgia; Gen. Thomas Drown The drought ;in":the country is almost un- next, will b. scut to the General Post Office as dead oa the. estate of Francioa Drereux. deceased. A L NOTICE. ;,
J 187 persons the
I letters. CHARLES agafast
: baT out
Stnvarr, was called to the chair and Governor The ground is literally parched I September 9th =
Jtind1pI'', 1G2J4G Duval I and dried Atkinson Mary Johnnon, Thomas J 6 1837. 5w 4 \ ,( dUit of Jackson
acted as secretary. up-so much so, that a spark .idams, Thomas Lanier Thornis ,: requested t pmeot them fcrnneiiataly) ,

Dennis, 126 The meeting being organized, Go,". Du sets it on file as though it were a huge tinder Atkinson, Shadnch Lewis,Lee Mary I I LOST, about the 25th ult., a GREYHOUND pioperly authenticated,and theee mdebfed 1 maks
Tl>ornto : b The of the Persian breed payment to _
ox. Brice, Francis -color
val offered the ground has taken fire Montford Wm pale yellow,
72 at
following resolutions Wilming.on ,
Williams, which very delicately formed-bod MARTHA P. BRYAN; .
in this State Beckton, Joseph M'Mullin on a chain collar with I A4a'
by a spark from Willson .
was unanimously a locomoive "Goldsborough" ELUAH
engraved it BRYJN.
Blackfohear,Thuml\S E M'Leod on and corner'to the .
JEFFEK.SON. Kesolvod t and at the! last accounts Catharine name "Dudu." A suitable ; Sept. 1C, 1837 ,
that our fellow citizen Col. Richard was burning Black shea r, James Mayo Bray reward will e paid _
BlacU'urnc 240 C. ,A'lIen be appointed l ike a power house.Boston Times. Boyt, Noah M'ilath, Andrew for her return to me. J. H. RAN DOLPU; -
our Delegate to !ept. 7th, IH37. .
219 __ Black, Willia-n 1Nelson .ol( .
D" irr, represent us in said David 3
convention, and that lie persons holding
Parish/, 128 b How Witty!-The Bajrgelt, Elias Nelson, Pavid D NOTICE. ALL clim.gliu estat
e icqucsted to perform the said service, and J I following is from the Boon, Aldon Ponder Georfe Cadweli, Jr county ,
: Soatt t 108 New Orleans Picayune. William G 2 weeks after dale, I shall to' deceased, are required to ,
report to the President of this the Cropp, Sarak C Porter SIX apply the Hon. present them duly au
: JtfJJjng, 29 views meeting Messrs. Editors- Two celebrated Cumbaa,J.hr J Solomon I Judge of the County Court Jefferson, l fbr thenticated, witU the time prescribed law,
general and wits
Rackley Ollin o
r ; plans of said convention, named letters of administration on the of the this notice in bar of U:
estate late b ple
John John
i GADSDBN. and also his own views and opinion of the Hogg and Joe Hugger, disputing Craw Colquill ford, W n B RawN Sti Mrs Martha ; Jacob Carter, of said county, deceased. Those indebted ud estate are tirrr.
he points of wit. inger, Daniel rart m
of I, made a warrrr <.li. KA I ELIZA immediate payment the .
Johnston 267 practicability thf plans of the said convention. imnn. -- ."- ..', Canadav.. Lewis W Stephens. IsoniIJonaids. CARTER, 1 "
Kenan 199 l epitaph. John commenced ti, Robert Mnckiantl; I By, L.r u__ _At2Jrruovt_.__. .. .. <."... ALE TRNI-A.t--_'....' .1.
John A.; .U 1837. Sept. 15th 1837.
; fUJruson, 1S2 THO. BROWN Prest.WM. Here lies John Bugg, Dukes, Elijah Stripling, Robert 1.6w Gt".

P. DUVAL Sect. As snug as a bug tied up in a rug. Guntcr, July Ann Stanccll, Richard O NOTICE. COTTON GINS.

, The result of the election for membeis of the I Joe was not to be out done by this, and said, Harris Hutchinson, A E, Elizabeth 2 Taylor Vann,James, Miss G Fanny SIX weeks after date, application will be mad COTTON GINS, of various sizes. fo sale'

01 Council has not been (tully ascertained. For the Floridian. Here lies Jo nllg cr. 7/ancork, William Vickers, Jamei M llieJudse of the County Court for bo county od.' tinf terms, by ,

r 10 Leon, (en. Brown, Col.! Jfjatt, and I Mr. EDITOB.-A law of the Territory ex. A little snugger than the other bugger. Hug ins, John WnitfielJ, James E of of Leon the late, fr Ked.ir letters' Vann.of administration on the estate Monticello, Sept.I7. WILLIA.its 9, 1837, & Co Ars.*, -r,-

Iil erS J3anncrman and Gibson arc elected.jGadsden eludes officers of the and from Tfutlo Isaac iralkt-r, George W HORACE 5&
army navy voting Horn, .Michael V.JNN. .
Co]. Keenan and Mr. Johnston if A netr Lip has been "Whitfield, Sarah Sept. 9, 1837. JAMES H. TAYLOR
[ they choose to do it, for members of ingeniously formed Hambleton,John Wilson, John 5-Cw S duly authorized
as mf4
cd |i
Jefferson, Dr. Dozcr: and Mr. Blackburnrt Suppose one of such individuals should have Lirton. He cut a portion of skin from the Wycle TVatson, Parkinson hare JOHN PARISH.
n just received from New
| diosen.Ja the bad luck boy's neck, and bri it Kinion, James J Orleans August SC, 1837,
to own a plantation and some iging up, stiched it neat Persons for of OiCe of Bacon, Claret Wine, Madeira 3-5t
calling the
Madison, Major! Livingston. fifty or sixty negroes in the 1.'crritory-can l ly to the adjoining skin, so as to form a substitute please say ad\eniscd.any atom e litters, \\-iII I Wine, Pickle, H'lmkey, 4-c. which we will sell MULES FOR SALE.

c Peter W. Gautier, Jr., E!q., of St. JosephgrfflfD's -*p compulsory ptocess be served upon him for for the lip he had lost. 10 JAMES W. SMITH, P. U low for cash.O. H. 4T.. E. L1NDENBERGER. THE Subscriber> oler for sale a team of six

Franklin c unt.v.e lazes! AD. BtiBTTGEB July 29, 1837. 51 rt The Ire yo-jnand well .
d I'r Joseph Cro&key, Esq. of St. Joseph, i is elect If you say y'a-in the name of reason: Mr. Cramer, formerly a member of Congress PROFESSOR OF MUSIC brk. gears wagon also(made purchased.or\.orka,)

exact taxes of the loafers from this state, has obtained verdict NOTICE. may
: a
frnro county by a decided majo rote, upon WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of r BAKER JOHNSON.
:1'. We lIne heard that his return is lobe the same principle that, they arc exacted for I. for $5,000 against the editor of the Schenectady that he will give lessons on the R H. M. DAVIDSON & REUBEN SCOTT Tallahassee, Sept. 1st. 1837. 4-tf

dogs in of the Cabinet, for libel published in that PIANO FORTH. S are my agents to transact any business 1
some states
tested on the ground that he is not a residen. namely, because paper mine in Gadsden Mr. Davidson is also NOTICE.
the time nod will also! county. au
at that Mr. C. tune such Pianos
they nuisances. was candidate as out of
arc a are
fibe district. Owning a plantation and storeEconfin3 for re r. receive and pay the debts of the late firm ALL peisons indebted to the estate of Asa IL

in Washington, and, \\e learn, re SCISSORS.The Congress. pair.He ha* also for 1"le a choice selection of Piano firm of Harrison and Wilder.WM. late of Leon county,deceased, are requested

.ihcre a portion of his Jinie Music. His room is at present at the PLANTERS 1. II. WILDER. to make immediate payment; anti thvse hay-
jif we shoiiltKbt following is copi. :->m the last Rich A bailiff, at the dwelling of a distressed HOTEL. Apalachicola, 1st August, 1337. 52-6ns lag claims aainstaw estate are hereby notified to
the, validity the wbjcciion. We learnthat October present them in proper form, iriihiu the time
mood Enquirer. The Quaker writ wa's refused IS.1G.
of Florida u serve a admit 0
repeated precedents confirm his tight pto./c duly ., NOTICE. by law, to the undersigned or they froauibeJ
appreciate Gen. Scott's merits and tance. He said to the servant 'Your A LL forever barred. ED\V.
understand master holding claims P.'G RANT
c..t J. Exum and Col. w1ST OF persons against lame Pat ,
R. H. Long i icted afe LETTERS remai.ii. in the Post L ;
his qualifications and it ; is at home but he will JLj I ,iTBL terson late of Jackson Adm'rofAsa U. Rhodes.
from Jackson. ; is con 1dered best that not see me. 'He Office at Tallahassee, Flo., on the Ut d.tyof county, deceased, are August 12 1837.
he should not t be placed in ceriniai-d here. This has sern thee, friend,' said Abigail, 'but he October 1837, and not before advertised. If not requested to present inert, duly a authenticated ,: i.Jm
iobt. Brown, Esq. is elected from Columbia does taken within I within the time prescribed by law,or thus notice will
; seems to pervade all parties. not like thy appearance. out ninety day, they will be sent to I NOTICE.
Bell from Hamilton wing, left be plead in bar jf: their AH indebted .
; and we learn that ColI.J. l. the General Post office aa dead letters. recovery. persons week after date I will
wing and centre.: .-- -- ---. Alston, Willis 3 to the estate are herely required to make SIX apply to the Iud;.
J. Mills has been chosen by the -- --- Levy Almon die County Court of Leon
people oJ3QU3. immediate the corfnty, letters
General Krnff l to subscriber.
AW utirK.rcjn.l tl.ot MARRIED. Abel, John I.inn. ElizIl1h payment
e ------00_' .. Inn"... MARY admiriL'.rjiion; on the estate ofohn Brail late of
. Scott addressed a letter on the COt'i September In Tliomrillr) Geo. en Sunday evening, the 8th Allen, diehard C 2 Livingston m PATTERSON, Adm'z. I said county, deceased. ,
VQth 1937.
Bell lack1 county July, 522m.
instant. l> ihe Rer. William D Livingston, Thunias "'
\ [ The correhjx ndence between Governor Cal to the Secretary of War'i'5pcctfu'ly y Henry Miloll1r. Alfred It. MARY CHRISTINA' BRAIL.
claim harvey, to Miss Martha P. Smith, daugttcr Billinssby John P Lorimore JIlT NOTICE. Supt. 16, IS37.
" nd ypt j General Macomb, will l lie found in an 7 the immediate dircctior oj he Flor- Captain Simeon' Smith Jr. formerly youngest of Paw.- Bennet, Samuel L\lII': Edwar. ; persons indebted Jo the estate of -:- 6

1 aoiliere} lumn. It will be recollected that the ida v.., Heres .:claim upon Uio grounds tuxel, Ithode Island, but mOle recently of the former Branch, Hon. John Lapham, Zil4\ i ALL late of Leon county,deceased'Viia, requested NOTICE.

ncralin his official I that titt Jicatre operations constitutes plafc. Bryan, LeahCopeland Af-Crae, Far.j; ) to make immediate payment; and those WILL at a time
a proper apply to the Hon.
report of the battle of theithacuocliee1 part I
Henry T 2 Miller, t U S claims said
of having against
S estate of
Inc -- are hereby no'i- Judge Leon
) geographical 1 division of which -ni-aa= aw arr'c tC7 County Court lo be
,! he is rfl appointed
reflected harsh and unmeri'xure lh James W Alurat, Col A fled t:present them authenticated within the time Guardian for John D. Sanders and
upon the Florid volunteers. Governor I| 5 commandei; that nearly all the troops of BOOK-BINDERY. .Cblenian, Mrs Martha Moody Pcnj-nun. prescribed by law t'J the subscriber ihey will as they and the r effects are without E. Sandp.fS

, Ll hin their defence !' he division are ordered to Florida; and that I THE Sub"cribers hue opened a bindery in TMlahassee Dupont, Maria Randolph, John H I forever barred. WILLIAM LEE, .idm'r.b tion. Also, at the same lime application will protec be
applied to the II
) Major Gen he i is the senior in rank to the officer who is I and are prepared lo execute all branches Dun, John Rar.dol Thomas I July-J4, ia-57. 51AT made fur John D. Sanders to be bound out until bets
to correct tIle of their business in Iuva1Thomi, IIDuval
\ misrepre&eatation contained at the as good a otj le as can be done RioggolJ, Mary An twen'y! yeluohge. S. /
present RUSSELL.
Airport, giving at the same time a full and commanding troops in that elsewhere. Miss Laura Ryan, Richard I a meeting of tr) Directors of the Lake 'Vim- Sept.23, 1837.
quarter. Paper ruled foi hills, letters <$c. Evans, David L lliggins, Robinson I and St. Joser Canaland Rail-road Com. 7-6w

riccwint) ol this far famed battle. The re' We have not understood what, or whetheranv Particular. attention pud to re-binding old booksewop'pf'rs Evans, Daniel Rcviwan, Francis piny at their rihcem Lie City ot ot. Joseph, oejt-( MARSHAL'S SALE.

[of Gen. Macomb, though bhort is cntireljactory. reply has been made to this application. : \I/1g'nines.{ &c. Fletcher & Pond f wetnum. John I 16th, 1837, tne f.lo19 Rewlufion was. moved and BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued out
. The Virginia The subscribers pledge them;ekcs that all or- Fulton, Capt W M Shaw, Capt Join! adopted.Whereas. the Superior Conit of the Middle District
his Delegation being apprized of ders shall be executed with neatness and despatch. Frazier, S (Baker) Salter, Simon B i ,in the cp'nion of this bozirdtic! interests Florida, in and for the county or Leon, retnrna
application, were making, without agency CUSIUfAi & IIItYWAItL). Fleming. John Saxon. 7/cnry ''" 'Lacfimico and St. Canal blc November
|re hare received the Southern Mes any Joseph and Raill to term, I8U7, in which John H.
Literary ; of his, a strong, but respectful appeal _Tal1ull3'i e, October 15th, 1837.: 10-tf F.tzpArtiek, It Shephard, Catiirr. : ,,l (p.npiny, demands:an early Ci nvention of the Parker is plaintiff, and Caroline Ringgold ad.
;rr, published at I iFitzpai rick "" ,
Richmond Va. and tt. ,Thomas B Smith J '
ecrs' in behalf of this most reasonable I rkl'ftdcn. ministratrix of James G. Ringgold deerd defendant
request. NOTICE I
Register,published it Va. We jrranad,Joimsoii Taylur Green 2 Be,u th- refore resolved, That the President I shall
Petersburg, should have that take Saturday 4th day November
hoped, there could hereby given, that books of .subscription for Gray, H'illiam 2iunc'Mk Taylor, Wm XV :! under the charter
IS steps
dI shall nmnr the Stockholders next, at the court house in
i we further notice in t in Gadsden
mir next. "'e be no difficulty in granting it. Gen. Scot the laknifr of half a million of(I' l'ars' ol Stuck Anson 2 Tucker, Rufus at the office of the Company in 6t. J in legal sell duincy,
the county hours
ill the request of the proprietors, act as ranks pre-eminently high in the confidence of in the Union. Bank of Florida, 'rill be opened at l31t115S, fl.zabdh Tucker, JaneT first_Monday in December elh. _on. _. eaAb t foU.. ...r.-at public" J.Ttz auction, for"A
the r.li--;- r''t'c 'e.J.J v"'J (iiuinn. UuU.MocHlln William 1 1 n A lor lut. ut__ _tVitij.' .;.. tract-- land Ivin in ( "cut.n ._ ____ __
TIle TViirL-s can |lie seen at line olKoe.ft 'tlu Clod ofdu olcbee 11 oln RUI ," .#i .nn. 1.V..J
l"ountry drmY---and \ should 1le! directions of -- --- -
'iter th -
fnllowin'r \t'rsons" and 1Ildcn. Beniamin VirJ'I'rCl, _.__. f"l.n'.... .. is hereby given that the stockholders in section AlJUW'q as
the Lake, 15 in "
that in township, range 7 N and W. _
other r. ,
presume, his : I i-main at I
respects claims an- open Tallahassee for the space of GO lutto. James Wallis, Willil\m mice- and St.Joseph Canal and Rail-road Levied
have and
permission to publish a highly lute superior to those of any other officer. Th-: .j 'I *, and .tl St Augustine and Jackson vi'V' thirty E.nis, A E White, DrTJ I will convene in genful meeting the office Company of the, said defendant upon, to satisfy to be sold said as writ the property of ihe '

g letter from 'or Jalc Delegate, Colonel Secretary of War is well acquainted with tho "YII. louston, Stephen I West, Charles B &. T J Company in St. Joseph on the first a monday in December law. according_ _to

jkitto an old personal and political friend in merits of Gen. Scott---and should Samuel Parkhill, 1 Holme-, A F Ward. G-o T n"xt-a general attendance is respectfully THOS. ESTON RANDOLPH Marshal.

city 1 in answer to : hat we hope, Ed. I). Yass, > In Tallahassee. l lavis,John 4 Williams, R W requcstrd. '
an inquiry to his Juture t he will ho willing to assign him important I lavis & Sounders By S.H. DUVAL, D.M. ,
so Weisigcr,Jaaies T
Tom Peter Chaires R. C. .4LLEN. Prest. Sept.21, 18.T7.
I .
: in relerence tn Florida, and a command---in ) I ting Wilson 7 te
expressing which all his heart Joseph Wm 5 R. S. GRICC, 5'c'y. "
:rif* of his friends that lIe would not deny and all his energies will be powerfully enlis- Joseph B. Lancastei, ) Lane. M.try Washirgum, Henry 2 Octobr7L,18J7. 8 If NOTICE. -

Ikarfilof his talents and experience :in the ted. Isaiah D. Hart, Jackon\iic.! ;\C f: Persons calling for the obotc letters will and Tallahassee, Sept.30, Ian
John please say iidtertized. I. G. SEARCV Baggla Hope. weeks after the publication hereof *-
Warren, M. SIX shall
ation uf our state government. We Tallahassee Oct. I, 1837. 9-3\v 00 0 Bagging; 200 'oi: Rope; to the Counay Court of Leon county
Abraham Du for sale R H.
Pont. by RRY. for letters
"prwent it to our readers in our next. H'e'Millie FROM FLORIDA.The ) 23 administration OB the estate of Gran-
Edwin T. Jenks A TEACHER WANTED. Sept. 1837. 73t viii Sbepperd sad Lc,
St. wis
schooner Oscar Augustinr. Shepperd,dec'd two
pleasure ol Capt. BUCKINGHAM I men
) ,
any personal acquaint of colour late
Daniel 4. SINGLE Gentleman. of Leon county.
S. Griswold J qualified to iii-
arrived here SEGARS.
tvilh l Col. /f'hiie and yesterday rooming from St. .\ui 86w
only him asisbed JOhN PARK/JILL d struction in English Grammar, Geography, W&I. P. DUVAL.
while Delegate from FJ.ridaI'r, i gustine. Oclober 14, 1837. Cash. and Arithmetic, may obtain a desirable situation by 4;000 very superior Havana SEGAUS, imported -
and intelligence of The following is the only intelligence we applying to either of the subscribers on the Micka- direct,just received and for sale at the GROCERIES: & PROVISIONS
a urder. His MaT
have received from the Seat of .ar- NOTICE.: suky road,&run miles north-east of Tallahassee AtCON by It. HACKLEY THE subscriber is now receiving per brig Lu-

:tan to return to Florida, and serve the Extract from a letter dated- I DO hereby forwarD all' persons aanlllrading to R. 11. Btrry, EMI., Tallahassee. September 3t, 1337 8-if from New York a general assortment. ,

!in any capacity, will afford gratification for two sm,ill note of harirf, of $)5, given by JOHN S. TAYLOR, NOTICE. of Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Crockery,&c|
|*numerous friends. ST. AUGUSTINE, Sept. 27. me to //c-nry Smith,as they were illrgal, and there- JOHN l LER. weeks after date Iff. which will be sold low for cash :or approved

Gen. Hernandez, with about 240 men, fore I am determined never to pay them, unless Oct. 7, 1 1837. 9-2" SIX the Honorable lull, a application e of the will be made credir.VILLIA.CENT ,

|? brig{ Orleans, Capt. Curtis, which sailed ba\cjust returned from Tomoka, they brought compelled payable in by a due course 183S.of la.. The notes were I EAST "'LOllIlLJL1L llOAl COM Lon County for letters of adminiMrsiiuu roaniy court on the of September 30th, 1337. No. 4. Berry's Row. '

llpalachicola, for New York in July List in Philip's son, Wild Cat, and three other January,JOHN W. TOWNSEND. PANY. estle Richard C. P.ih, dec. B-3w .
Mickasukic Chiefs, under a flag of truce, to October 13 1837. is hereby given, lhat of JOHN D PARISH NEW, Goon _.
lilt betn heard, from, and is without doubt 10-4t NOTICE a meeting the September 30th, 1837 - -- -
SLc confer with Philip as to their future proceed- of the East Florida Rail Road 8GwCOTTON WE have received by the Lady Washington

Lad on board several passengers, and ings. It is thought Philip will command his COTTON.THE Company,will be held on the first .Monday of Fe GINS. and Lncinda. a large and well selected as

irlll Colin Mitchell Esq. The wreck in subscriber is now ready t. advance upon or bruary, 1838, at half-past 3 o'cock! F. ?J. at No. I received a supply Jonathan Robinson's sortment.f Goods, which we invite the public to
to of his
bring JUST
'bii I. been keen off Cape Hattcras. son as many people as he purchase Cotton, nt th highest m ukrt pri<-e. Commercial Wharf, ;'n the city of Boston, to choose Griswold <$- Pong's COTTON GIN,and for examine, with the assurance that they will find us
'bleu can get. While Gen. II. was out they took WILLIAM CENTER, Directors for the ensuing year, agreeably to ibc act sale by HAYWARD AUSTIN.! disposed to give great bargains. .

off by some vessel, and carried to 9 negroes, the property of Co! Depystt-r, and Oct. 15, IS:17: -10 No. 4 Berry's row. of incorporation, and to transact any other business Tallahassee, Aug. i9th, 1837. 4-6w MARTIN &HJRT. ..
'l I port, the passengers have met their brought them iti. that may legally come before it.D.2VID. Sept 30th, I 1837 64w
< -
THE subscriber has just received per brig Lu irENSIIAW, :MARSHAL'S :* .

a, Jrurn New York, a large assortment President E F R It Co. virtue and in SAI.E writ COTTON !

1 party fir ----- Herald Office, ) Groceries Common$ and Provision consisting in part of Boston, Sept 12, 1837. 9-161 BY exeution,issued pursuance out of the Superior Court of ot W will purchase Cotton at the- highest mar-
Indians TRi
under John } "key
*ff ST. AucysTiNF, Oct, 1. J ; the Middle Dis'rict of Florida, in and for the county price during the season
their chief. have l been Rye do; STORAGE STORAGE of Jefferson returnable MARTIN &
despatched by to November HART., -
I Governor; Common Rum; HE subscriber having again rented those large rmirt in which writ the Sep'ember 30ih, 1837.
to scout the T Gcvemer of tlie s..jw ..
\....1..UCflla country between the Express arrived in this city last evening Superior f.h imnAvnp and C'.nrmnr Brandy. :" --.- ...vu"u_ -..., .., ..".. ." "'"41111 of Florida is aad John Tertr -
and ucttioconee rivers, to the lien i from Fort King, by which we learn that Madeira, Claret and Malaga /fine, &x. warehouses, will continua to reeie Cotton and plaintif. Faircloth M'Doweljr.Joh NOTICE.

!It It is supposed from infurmatiun received all the Indians who had assembled in that Common and 7/oney-dew Tobacco; Goods on storage. From bis cjperienre in the bu. shaloL M'Do\el Saturday the 7th day of October, 1837,srll, I SIX the weeks after date, application will be:made
H Soap, Sugar, Coflte, Rnisins siness. he Judge of the County Coat of
flatters him-elf that he the
last ; satisfaction
week can give house in Afonlicello
parly )
captured by Joe Rilev, neighborhood time since had cur ,on said Jay, in legal of Leon, for letters
I num' of some suddenly Pickles,Cider, Porter, Candles; M those who may extend to him. their patron hours, at public auction for cash the of admin traLiorr on the estate
in that jcr Creek warriors have taken re disappeared. They were in number about Srgam, Vinegar.Powder, Shot, &(. I age. His warehouses are tI\ gOt d order, and per land of said defendant, John, MPowell. following. 01 the late Elijah Harvey of said county. .

pan uf ie| counliy, the most or 300. We have heard no cause assigned for .flso, a handsome assortment of Dry Goods fectly secure from fire, as alfa fioni inundation by and wet hllf of N E quarter ofsection2l I. A. FORMY flU VAL.

is unfrequc-nted, and entirely uukmmu teiiley's this movement on their Clothing, Crockery, Saddlery, Hats, Cape, 4c. high tides, to wh'di many places on the coast are 2. range 3, S and East half: of N E township sec 5, _Sept.23,1817- 7
part. quarter
hues. / which will be sold low on accommod.Uinj: terms. liable. WILLIAM J.UAILEV. T I R: 4 S and
prisoners We E i sec 4 T 1 S Cotton.
also Eat ,
are now at tie learn that baofN ,
two Expresses were WILLIAM CENTER Magnolia, Oct. 4, 1837. of 4 E E
l 3-4m R J of subscriber
ofR4 will
igus IS E-and advance
agency, and duet THE oa Cotton de
state that iheir Fort
I warriors King from Tampa Bay, and No.4 Berry's row. the EI] NE 1 of S 28,T 1, R: 8, S and Eandtheim- at St.Marks,Tallahassee the
or Rail-
of fighliiig. fears Per Tuwawilln daily expected 25 bbl. superior BLACKSMITIIING. _
although yet unwilling t<, were enteriained that they had been cut provements thereon. Road Depot. R. R.H.BE&BT. .
hit country. It is presumed iiey! will be off. Flour, Rice Bacon, &c. "Money saved is monty made. Levied upon and to b sold as the property ot said _Sepu 23,16M7. '74t&X

y the fiiendly II:rt.,., and be induced to Iltm4Tk.-Thc above disappearance is Oct. 15, 1 IR37. }0BJ ,street TIlE i r.mediately subscriber has opposite[ opened to the shop City on Livery Pensacola Sta-' said John AfDowel,,one: tn Uw.TOS. said. defendat to satisfy, Pilot BrcdJ. Co lit. *.- Bsnp.- : -

iaand give tlierustJves! up. perhaps supernatural-..300 Indians have dis- MISS PARROTT bler, where he ii.t'nds carrying on the Blacksmith E8TON RANDOLPH ) k BBLS. Pilot Bread,20 doSyniK 30 hip

appeared! Thank God! Hope they will never ESPECTFULLY informs the Citizens of ing in all! iu bra.nchet. He is now ready for any i Dy S. //. DUVAL, D. J. itrCoL1ecrorsa1eby -S'
,\artllt'cn jxtlitely furnished with appear again. Tallahassee and its vicinity, that her SEM- orders in his line which will be execute with 'I Anr. 10, 1K1T. 2.l ittvr R. B.BERRY, .
lie fJillowora SepL 23. .
INARY for YOUKG LADIES will commence on I' The sale pt.. ,
We promptness and despatch, and ut reasonable! prices. fto-ve postponed until the first Satur -
letter from Gen. Jesup to GovI trust that the eiprctttt are not cut off; Monday, OcUber 23d, in the Rooms lately occupied By attention to business and desire to ratisfy the day in Novm1'e nex" NOTICE. -

dated and will arrive after some delay. by Mrs. Orchard as a Seminary. public, he hope to reteiie a hare of their patron SIX weeks after date, I will apply to'the Judge- ,
induction in this institution will NOTICE.
$,; ST. A uci-STiKt, Sept. 27 837. The pursued age. JAMES WALLACE. the County Court of Leon: for letT T
.' Reported for the National Intelligencer. embrace a complete English course. also the Mo- NB. Horse-shoeing, Mill work,and Plantation ALL persons indebted to the estate of Dul C. ten of administration oa the Qta1e'0

.rcess attending. the. operations_ of Indian Council---Strn7IIF. 'r" __ dem L.nJt'u nf.
-'t.lItllliinurz w. Fancy Needle Work. Tallahassee, Oct. 7,1837.DANIEL to make those -
18 must cucering. TIled o0 9.W- 9 immediat ; ad W JT. WHINS.: :
yesterday Yesterday, after a long talk(by the Indian The present term will open Monday October23d having claims against .id estate a hereby notifiedto gept. 16, IE37. 6-6.
evening with Wild deputation at Dr. Laurie's Church the and close July t3d, comprising forty weeks- LADDHA.S present them in proper form,within the time prescribed ..

nake*, two important and influ- ty entered into between the lion. trea- The term divided into four session, each succeed. jut receive' : and offers for bale cheap, by law, to the undersigned, or they will b, BACON FLOUR AND RICE .

besides two other Indians. His of War Secretary ed by holidays of half week.TEaMS.. cash only, rt Magnolia, wholesale or retail forever barred. ED W. GRANT, 1 A 400 Ibs Baltimore BAOi7QbbaawFLOtJRHax.I1'sbru4i;
IIf and black! on part of the United States, and N E Rum, French and Brandy, /fjlland and Adm'r of Durant C.Crad JLV, .

'*' Indian ,.amount ui fifty one, the Sioux deputation, was signed by the con- For tuition in all departments English studies Country Gin, Madeirf, Malaga and .Muscat) hues, Auul 12th, 1837. SO Casks RICE. .;\ .

killed; and ins aggregate tracting parties, in the presence of a per year of fonr weeks, KAOO, for those over 12 Barging and Rope; Loaf Lump and Brown Sugar; Just received Mr:schooners Escort and 'Wo* .. .

lilt hundred and seventy eight, offiilers. large of ladies very years of age; fir those over 8, and under 12, USj' ; Cuba Coffee; Powder Shot and Lead; Sperm Candles NOTICE. Rid w.y. For sale by R. H.,BERa ,
I Beside the two chiefs terms company of the and gentlemen. The and for those under 8, *3J; half payable in advance. ; Soap, Starch, Battled Cider, Lrrnon Syrup, SIX: months after date, I 'shall present my_ac- TallahaMee, Sept.S3, 1837., 7:3... ''.
nam- which hereafter and voucher .
treaty, we may Allspice! Pepper, &c- apply It the Hon : ,
hItking Philip, Euchee Billy, Eucbee publish, are not materially variant from those Modern Languages, Drawing, and Painting, STORAGE.Is County Cour Jefferson ely,for alnal8UJC.: ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE J.

*e ucgro chief John Philip. The ne- proposed by the Government, of which we each per year, 8 0,00. I prepared to receive on stoi age, for shipment went di4brg from'the adminiatrt 6. LLperoa* hiving slums:against the'estate .
and Worsted Flowers, and work '7. estate of J late of '
Embroidery 4. die
of late 8.8.
entirely' without' I leader, all the published aa accurate statement on Thursday MATERIALS EXTRA. Cotton,and any produce; also to receive, store and -JAMES L.conrty deea Peebles,are requested pra
last. forward Goods and sept them to the subscriber '
'taving been secured in June IIIL"p platform during Several the gentlemen were on the chair.Each Young Lady to find her own rand and share 'of public.pall Ue.Merchandize.Terms as lie customary solicits a AuS.I', 1837. 2 Gm. A4U*._ within the time prescribed,by properly faw;of aruheitjcated they will be,.
fives credit of the bajrred of 4 '
great to the troops ceremony signing heretofore in the place. recovery. .
I treaty, among whom I Boarding can be had (or the pupil at the Seminary NOTICE. ALEX JMY'DuV .
high terms of the Florida' volun- we noticed the Hon. October 7, 1837. ,6&A.
Secretary of the Navy and the lion. and la genteel private families.Every indebted to Kedar Vann J Adm'r of S.; S/Peebles.dj'd.- .
Secretary .t
Jres&el a wish that more abould't1C4 attentiODIII be paid to the Mind andManne" t "
nf the Treasury. BARGAn.. to and settle the ; Sept.53,1837. :5fel
or the nn< Ladies rnmmitted to the ------- ora .m
J imtnedia lely,in of the subscriber \ those having them (f. .
contrqucnce wishes to sell his plantation if present ., .'
When the Indians stood round the Secretary elan of MlM Parrott, and it will d e her enort to THE ; NCfl'JCE. *-r
troops ordered from the north ;in of application is made, a bargain may be tWement within the time prescribed bj law.,.o b '
the her friends and IX
merit approbation patrons.Yoang fii weeks aAer dsu I sfcall
of War before *prf to lke7ttdf
It ,just (hey signed the trea- obtained. The plantation !hi situated 17 miles: east barred from all t. said estat. f
seat of war. his Ladies disconnected with the Seminary 9 of the ,Coart ,
contemplated! ty, several oftbem addressed him with of Bainbridge; tOO( acres cleared aad under cultivailon 'BOBC" N, dm' Cooaty cetwtf, for; leU4T
desired in-tn.erion in
tve beeq much great can i' receive any of the tots of adm Distfa on iheeeute of Htko Dirtitic-
retarded in October 7.1837. '
.. conse 100 acres of hammock land 19 .
earnestness and emotion branches. ; yet to dean two 4
prefening to their i SOft'dec'd late ol said '
*presume however that lotion gins cue 35 saws,the other .ew. M TUBEIU"W1 county. >>#.> < is1.
before vol Great Father andf ItKrcBKKCtaGen. BruwnJuzdge Randall,Gov. saw ; a SAL I : JORNLAYWLn'Se:9Js3 -
'.b many prayers requests, Call Col.) Bailer.Tallahassee" first rate new cotton screw. If desired,corn', (od. ) h -
mattered and in .' ILL be sale 8tnrJey.the 'f "
their I ,
brought such that be II "w.t a
as they might paid in dollars and Ocr, 11th, 1837 10-4w der, cattle and hogs can be had at a fair rate. I fist a pbi
troop would reach their desii'to hahf-dollarsand deem it to describe WmIdepCLX4d r ; J .J-'l -.. 1
DO other kind of money /one unnecessary premises,as any Vain, on' Lake Jaekaom,.ea* oth.Baiabs : .tfCE
Sea clary of Ws/i Invfog; couni of the chefs placing' upon the table 'a silver .NOTICE.SIX one:who wishes purchase will prefer to see., Amore two miles frooi tf twrt'srtrty: ; efqfloiip.rty I p Ll .bnl .i" JaJtI .

requlsiuons -or( 'Gorernnrs, of dollar and half-dollar, make the Secretary week after date,,I shall apply to the lion* healthy 1MILTON tuolUOll cannot be. fond. _-..T fe CiiUeJIep. Jfcmjt ii.a.. i oa UfflUlh ln tman '

,.gJz.<; troops omcefve 4 A well their ce of the Cc.aQl1,Court of Leon county, CIAWFORD.> t.."J.; Ccn,ToMeX.. -* L .ii5.- .
might the call acquainted with request that their for.letter of administration m the awe of Baits Cairo 0* Sept. M, 1817. $-3t* '_ -f $ 'lOe beloen :

.'General: 1 Jessu;:euUeiid, tnti white nussiooary; who had taught them how Roinine, late of aid county, deceased.nLUAM Uu"'U'I! ,'dock, 4.' ?} The OWMT is "

[.the war durin iEenauingcarn to cultivate their lands, might be permitted to J. BAILET. PRINTING, of entry dctcriptio*, neat' lions at\fac.a V.M, C preve property, pay charges,'aad take USB a

f .t-, remaift with them, and dia, _their V"Great Fath- TalJlLhauu, Oct.7., 18)7. 9 ly euatteJat tJiit of cc. Oct. 7, 1M7, ? Q.Diter Sipt.28 1837.L&VI J. BELL .

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U -- .._ : .1
tJIiiI' r _._i___--- -- : !
Jockey Club Races. -54f Jdk1Pae".11jj
Tallahassee "
LEGAt., ADVERTISEMENTS, bei hasjiii t i l (fr ;N' w THE following Sweepstakes are now' open to TIle aad*b.yOiiati eertaiii effered it_
T : meotTaLhir annual. meeting in Dceenj-- a taM nmedy'ror these TrVJ
ar ICSIt.,ate**)* -from date I will apply York a, fkill assortment Bombazine Mantua eases, same ef which hare to UrtikaJBflZv
tW toMra.blt.Bean''Bmri or the i ,Thibet and Merino Cloths Black,Gr en and ber1837. '
Jndgt .
J. '1st. A sweepstakes for three year old coks and medical ncience. -- _
Dahlia Cashmeneus and Summer Cfoths, of a ra-
C.ntCofJkkonC6uz.; 4"- ,
$100 forfeit lit White 8weIHarief
dicam fillies raised in Florida. Subscription TefYdeseriMM
for dress and Frock Coats. Zebra -
of colours
trore Iatther adnunlstr. i :, : riety first of October 2d Sore gsand Ulcers oblongsuSS
mile To close the ,
deceased/ ," t Plaid and White Cambric Drills. London ribbe % f 50, one beats.
Jehl a.l ',* faced Striped and Plain Checks and Car- nd name the day before the race. 3d Schirrnsor Gland alar TlllD01I-'IIt1,
WILSON l OY ix I I Satin in
old those hardened
a )' Lawn Linen Satin faced welting &c. 2d. A sweepstakes for any three year taanurs. women)*
Apri\I ; t ? I D totms, White '
!: .1 .(.J Je 4Qm for Pants. a great variety of Veslings, Linen and fillies in the United States. Subscription $309, oftentimes termin3te in ulcerated e DCcll

months a/ler ''dale .&i'; '._" t ,, t \' Shirts, Collars and Bosoms. A general assortment forfeit 8100, three mile heats. To close the first 4th Felons or wbat some people k :

SIX unta knd Toucher* ao .''nl" < <>r ..r AND of Hosiery, 4-c. Also' an extensive assortment of October, and name the day before the rare. name O' Catarrhs or every descnpuoj/*

tlt'erB.i1IBu inc hue of L< ""l. ""
'p 1, diihl *. SIMON. f..1uC '.: A ::; l6J Mondaysand Satardny .fruong which are upwards of two hundred Bombazine forfeit $500; two mile heats. To close the 6th Spra'm.s and Bruise of every > )6.( Camblet White first October, and name the'day before the race. in wnalever put IIltaat .
April t. Thibet Merino' Crape, ,
,117. 1 nit St. narks line of
stable 7th Tetters of all kinds. In
above this
t : & Packet and Blown Linen Dress and Frock Coats Round Entries can be made to either e-f the e.1Dft&
NOTICE. abouts, Pants and vests of every description, madein ,, by letter addressed to the Secretary and Proprietor patient in applying the Ointment Da.u '

;months rate, I al&n.pre5) nt my ac- the most fashionable manner which he is disposed of the Club, nny time before closing. par out of water. ,

SIX, and vouchers, and apply to the lino.Bounty 6 to sell very reasonable for cash or approved Tile Jockey Club Purses will be advertised in BtK Chilblains or parts affected by l fo.._

Court of Jtfetw county, tor a final settlement credit. J. J. EI1tGE. due lime. TIIOS. BROWN, Proprietor. TO THE PUBLIC.(

and d &e' the administration, of the Rate Vessels and Country merchants and others wishing lo'pur June, 1337 4-tf The following communication, addresx> \.
or said de FIRST experienced call the 4 V fresh supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINEjust proprietor of Judkin's Ointmea front tL'
estate of Thomas De'phylate county be chase1'i11' fuel I it to their interest to at -
in this
employed line, sail from either SAWS &c. received. John
: JA L.'PARISH AdmY. MILL Taliaferre, member of Congress .
above establishment.
tes 'E port-a vessel I will sail on the 8th and i4th ofevery 3Stf Saws i setts large Pat. Scales, SOLELY from teresting. Tbe gratuitous manner in hil'i
;. 19. IS37.. month and ofener Tallahassee, April 29, 183?. Mill ; PREPARED vegetable mittcr m
: should patronage- re- -- FORTY Rowand's Tonic, .Mixture. Received. I. I1OUCK, Baltimore, which may ,.i .made,,exhibits- tee lings .of no ordinary .
NOTICE.SIX quire.WM. TIN WARE. on consignment- and for sale low, to close-I--- -_-IC-:-, uy be takenwith perfect safely by all age.' & in all diseases towards suffering humanity ; and is cerUiaT| "

month' afrer date I shai present my touch- WYLLYS PRATT, Agent N. York, THE subscriber will carry on G. //. 4- T. E. LISDENBERGEIt. ; its cures arc 'Ion the following diseases :- I deserving public attention. \

and \Pf'Y'' to' tho >n. the Judge of theBounty'Ceurt St.ROB'T LYON, Agent St..\.? :. the Tin Ware manufacturing July 29, 1:37. _jH Dyspcpsin Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, InOunmation : WASHINGTON,Jan.S3,!

county, for a final settlement "ab.-.jpril.- 15, 1KJ7. 36ly'r.THOSE _business, :and will at all times ___ othc Stomach. hlcartilurn, DiarhiaaDysentery Sir-It hat been my wish for a c.nsider.a '
and discharge from the Jndminitt ration of the NOTICE. have on hand a general assortment NEW SPitING GOODS. or Flux, Piles, FistuaObstructcd Mensura- ti communicate to you the good effect will,

estate o Capl John Tills,Uu of, Gadsden" county, persons who arc im'eblcd to E. B. either at wholesale or JUSTreceh'cdfrom Ncw.York and Baltimore, lion, Ague and Fever, Billions or Remittent fr'evcr, hare used the ointment invented by Mr. 1
Floa retail, on as reasonable terms as caa be sold in assortment of fancy & Typhus Fever, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas and which I now understand is made and IDIt
by note account arc earnestly -
JONA. ROBINSON.. Administrator. requested to make immediate to .Southern market-- staple dry goods, ready made Clothing Hats, or St. Anthony'* Fire Asthma.PleurisyMea agent appointed by yourself. I have APpfiec,
August li, 1837. 1.61 the su before the first of September payment, as all Country merchants and others arc invited to Hardware etc. viz sles, Yellow Fever, Costiveness Wind on the Stomach ointment during the last three years to uetJ

NOTICE. account..rber remaining unpaid at that date will be put rail and satisfy tllell1sd'cs.'V Black Grode Nap Swiss and Lutestring Silk, or bowels, Cholera Moruu, Consumption, cies of tumor and wouod,wi\bout failure .

months alter duie we will apply' to the into the hands of an for collection.E. I. H. FRA CIS.Taltahn.see Lyonaisc.-Super Printed, French and Jaconet I Influenza, Colds, Coughs, Inflammation of the duce a cure in every instance. I eonstd i'

SIX e of the of Gadsdencounty, .attorney BARN.f, Jr. 4- CO. .Ian 14, 1837. IflrEAUY Mush lins. chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamatnry sore most decided and efficient remedy in a].a

(or a \final dischaije ctunt'cour from tIr administration of July 1, 16t7.: -17_For B.Feikins. ADE CLOTH LNG.jjT Gro dc Nap. Scotch Stripe, Plaid and chcck I throat Croup, InlUmmation of the heart, Dropsy, tumor, be the cause what it may, and lia" *!
Ginghams. Rickets,Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty nothing so good for"wounds of any deserf&jj, .
estaioofHoa Wilder late of aid
the ,
deceased. ., county CITY STABLES, WE* have received a supply of clothing, containing Super French, Figured Fancy and other Print of making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous and may be proper to add, that the Cure of

JACOB IT. WILDER. > Adminis- Formory Peter ItoMnsou's. an assortment of both coarse and fine, Lisle Lace, Lisle inserting, Caps and Collars. Scrofulous affections of the members and ligaments. called the while swellinggiven over by tier

'VM. II. WILDER. J trators: T liE fotlowinjj rule St regulations; ,are adopted which we "ill G sell II at a T small E LINDENBERGKR advance on cost. Ladies Figured Satin, and Gauze Ildkfs. Mercurial and Venereal diseases,Ulcers, S.rcs" Affections distinguished physicians as incurabl,,a __

Mayth 1837. 41 IAdmtnsrtor -' for the government ot the above stables, 4- Fancy Brunswick Scarfs, and Paris Collar of the skin, & all diseases arising from Impure they have decided would without am
aincy. t and \.i b strictly observed, i is hoped thYy} will December 23, 1836 0Xe Ludies and Gentlemen's hors skin Gloves. Blood, &c. Price per bottle $2. prove fatal to the patient, was under my

Notice. give general saii.slaction, and prevent any miul' \- tOl'C, Provision and Grocery. Curls, Bead Bags, Cambric Ildkfs. This medicine has a powerful effect as a Springand ate notice, effected by the use of Judkins dUS
at the next Janu derstanding.Theyi. White and Bluck Silk Hose. Fall Purifier, in those whose constitutions require and the patient is in fine health; his limb tin
subscribers hav united
NOTICE ofGad den Court the undersigned .oof a J:THE under White} Satin Satin Freed and Brown restored to
county the firm of PEACHV & MANER for the Napoleon, nourishment and new vigor ; such persons by the tumor being a perfect *&i
Mministrators of Thomas \\ ynn, dec'd.Yll Hack and four $15 0 lerda, of establishing in the town of St. Mark a Drillings. would be much benefitted by using two or three soundness. Also, that the leg of'an aged ma|U
make final report and settlement of aid estate Hack and pair 7 !. purpose JQwISIQNSTOltE. Shirt Collars, Bosoms,and S.Uin Stocks. bottles,which may be taken without regard to drinkor had been wounded and exhibited one dntd&l

; and six mOll fro>n the date hereof will apply Sulkey and horso 3 0 g.u"Qg. Their'ml 4 and India Rubber and Cotion Suspenders. diet. Many jicrsons arc diseased for the want ulcerated surface from the knee to the .
buildings large commodious
for a discharge on4 letters dibtnissory from s.id Single horse t ( likewise being attending to thr Cut ton balls, Spool Thread and Cotton Hdkf of blood being purified. Thousands of persons are which f>r more than two years had be._ -
curt as Mich administrate. do do 7 00 per week, Receiving, and Forwarding pioyose of Goods and Cotton Cottonade, Chambrays, Sheetings and Shirting destroying their constitutions by neglecting to apply ertd incurable, wanefftdually cured by tittnA[
JOHN WYNN Horse Livery 25 (00 month I etc. Panacea will Ointment. I mention twTJ
a per ieh themselves to .siich attention a proper remedy; to such the be cation Judkin'j:
to w they pledge pay -
HENRY U. ClOU it lt> do 1 23 per day as will entitle them to a 'liberal share of RE\DT-M\PE CtOTItt.. more man doubly valuable as certain and effect cases, which fell under my immediate notice.

J.y I 6, 1 87.-ri4-Gm Single feed th>} from the Merchants and Planters of theJ'erntojy Consisting of e"cry"anct) of Fancy anti Plain ual means of restoring them to perfect health and management, as a decided evidence of thee I

NOTICE. All horses hired mti>t lie paid fu in adanceun-, patronage, and neihborin counties of Georgia. Pantaloons, (Hound Jackets, Summer Coats and \;-;or; few families are exempt from ScmbuticA of this remedy in cases of tumors and of tkui\\, \\
I less thc pcibon has an account with the table Vc the next April term of the County Court Their goods will be sold low for cash or produce.As .
AT No horse delivered without on order from the hand constant PII.K AND FUR I1%i5. Ulcerations, Debility; L"sS of Appetite and this remedy in the cure of felons,and of 05,1
Jackson I shall the accounts they will endeavor to keep on a .
county present owner or to his known White and Black broad and narrobrim'--
from blood! and if wound. It
er'an. of Groceries Digestion, all arising impure species of fresh seems tome tint
and vouchers of the administrators of the I supply of choice and superior qualiti -
in and shaded.
the lined
Smoking is forbid The Fashionable Palm Leaf Hats
I entirely attciuit.il to the will observe the of :
and Provisions of Country not jiroperly t", are sure produce one who on operation this
ef \VM. HOLLAND dcc'd for every description.
'stnte sful'ment.1 establishment will be closed at 10 o'clock. Persons (.nOLEI4I ES.
the constitution. Panacea is be satisfied iu beneficial
and ask for !letters of dismission from will Merchants and Planters will find it to their interest greatest injury to recommended mcnt, must as to .
elate. entering please close the gate. Their is Consisting r-f every variety, too numerous to in all seasons of the year, and in I can with the utmost confidence recommend fcl
S THOMAS OHM to call. store now open. :
THE PROPRIETOR. mention. All of which we offer tll the city or -
JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. cular as a nrcvcntative from all diseases in parti-I use of this valuable remedy.
One oftb Mrninistrators.Marianna
4 1837. :5kf: trade at wholesale or retail, on very
,June 2Cth, Ib37: lfHh WM. MANER. country matesand those persons, when diseases are prevalent 1 am air, very respectfully,
47-11 I II I Jailor's Notice.COMMITTED St. Mark, Jan.lCth, 18:50:; 25-tl. reasonable terms.G LINDENBERGER. by taking the Panacea three or four times a JOHN TAL1A1fltTo .
: I. to the county .Jail ef Jeflcr- H. & T. E. week,or three or four table spoonful's when going M r. Charles Rerslon,proprietor of Jsj

10'1 ; ". son county on the ISthinst. ixvo'fugulive slaves, Ro\vaiid't Tonic ixttire and Anti- Tallahassee, April 15th, 1837. 3titfTOTICE.The lobcd, and the person may fear no apprehension of Ointment, near Frederick town, Marylaad.

ALL persons,talford,intel.ted reqJ''yment : negro man who < hIs name i is HOB, Costive Pills. subscribers have taken the bemj attacked with the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or ICF'PJLEScDJ
'. I say Is consequence of the numerous attempts to Peter Robinson anyothei disease,as tins medicine is a valuable rc- Before leaving Boonsboro, i had heard i
and thosse Ia' d he l elenjrs to George. Wanl' ole I 1, Stables formerly occupied by ,
authenticftie .' '. < says palm spurious imitations of It.wand's'alua-I where horses will l lie receded at Livery. Transient ; sinrame (,f the system thereby invigorating the an article in which you appear before the ptifci
lt. wil prescribed b by law, n county; alo I negro mnii"who says his ble Medicines on the public-ha bus dctermined to I custom particularly attended to. Hacks and constitution nnd enabling it to bear the debilitatingeffects proprietor named Herstons Judkiru P. Bkjiniment

'. > : ,' lame i ii WKSLKY.aml that he belongs to confide the sales exclusively .o agents indifferent Horses hire I on the shortest notice, and every of all climates ; it is conveyed by the circu. made by C. Herstons, near Frete

burr. 3, 1337. 0 4 .' George Brown Sumpter ceunty, Mis- ksippi.The parts of thc country, fn>m whom 'ilont the genuine attention paid that will render the present establishment hating fluids, and corrects their tendency to all those Maryland,and of its descried efficacy in cam
_., _ _
articles be had and to guard the mere effectually diseases which in vitiated blood diseased I
owners are requested to prove property, can satisfactory to the public. originate persons with whom am well acquainted. &
LEON COUNTY COURT. I pay[ charges and take them a way.S Rainsllhc impositions of unauthorised vend MICHAEL LEOWlfll & CO. liver, depraved appetite, or predisposition to affections my residence in Baltimore, it has perf

Edward Loockerman )fc Assumpwt. Att'nt lorri. WJllGTO Jailor. ers; he has instructed his npcntsin Boston, New Tallahassee Feb. IB 1837. of the lungs.It cure on a friend of mine afflicted with the p

j t 85iS 5, & sum. ad resp Ja n.2 l, 837. 31 6m York Phil lin, nnd Baltimore, to make no resembles in point of taste and flavour, a rich Having my selfbecn a sufferer for some yeam'
Wm Joordanand Henry >for fclfij dam's; issued -. sales to mtrohnnti andothtrs of any of the Medicine NQ 'R'I'III' cordial rather than a medicine. Every person after this distressing disease, I now unhesitaiiajy,

Smith. trading, &c. asi j Sept 21,1837: ; rcturna- CblATtiri\ERSll I J I I'. to be carried:'"d! for sale ol'I la. Large quantities TAXES for 1837 ore now due. By call- taking mercury in any way should have recourse plied your ointment in my own case, and..

Jourdan <$. Smith. J ble to Mardi t'-n, 183S. THE subscribers have this day entered into ifa pcruici'ius article in imitation of the genuine on the subscriber, at his office in Tallahassee to one or two bottles ot" this medicine. In the decline tified that I can say it mad a perfect cure.

defendants in said case, and all others in hlp, under the firm"of Taft, Holt Mix'.me have been inaniifaetured by Lnrios S Comstock and paying the samp, the public will much cf life.or when the system has been impaired J. ..BESTS

THE will take notice of the institution of k. Co. & Co. of New York and sent to the South forsalt. oblige SA.ML. H. DUVAL, by excess, it nourishes, strengthens and supportsit Counting room Loa|

raid suit, and o? the issuing of said writ of at- S. S TAFT The name Itoirland instead of Rowand, is July 15, 1837.-19 Tax Collector. :-it is not presuming;too far t. add, that it actually A few weeks ago acase" of woman's sore)

tachment, and to a appear and plead to I the declaration GBORGBG.HOLT: mi tl.c buttles of the imitation. The genuine article prolongs hfe. came under my notice, the breast greatly isI

filed in sail action according to the statute GEOKGK M1LLKR. oily be had I of the following persons w/o are NEW SUMMER GOODS. This Panacea Ins been introduced to the public the nipple scarcely to be"seen-her iptmj

in: such case made and provided.CHARLES St.llrhlul-1. I -37. rj tile only .fgrn/t in this part of Flllwinnd/ Georgia. subscriber has just received a select as for a short lime and has received more testimonialsin clearly spoke tbe great misery she was is;i

S. SIBLEY, Att'y (Tiff. E. ll.it nard jr. &cn. General Agent, Tallahassee, THE of goods suitable for the season, its f ivour for its efficacy, in srshnrta time, than told roe she had been suffering three moa

Dated Sept. 21, 1d38. 7-3m" NQ. .. g 4 1IJq I William Kerrk Co., Thomasvillc, romnriin_ .? the following n" articles.iz n : any other medicine ever discoveredand its name at it, and was carried to her bed ; she tlienkadi
-- r-T11E-- undersigned rc'pc<: ,1..1! I jim.c r P/--!*", duincy, Bombazine.1.--- Thibet, nnd Merino Frock Coats; horn;and abroad, will induce hundreds, aye, thousands seed poultice to it; other things bad been trW 1

RXJCUTOl'S NOTICE. planters of Leon un.J adj.i-rnt >i C.,. Su 1:1rks.derlIickstown do. do. do. Prc-js (do; to apply far it, to reap the true virtue advised Judkins' oiitment, knowing it silk

ALL persons hae any demands against made and appointed DAVID C. .. Venetian Cass, and Erminett Coatce; thereof. successful in like cases. She got and, appCedki_
estate of William Patterson, late of to sell E. W. Pitt's patent CTOUH. &Co., Mnnlicello White and brown Linen Jacket; Notwithstanding- attempts may be made t- Impair cording to the directions accompanying Jtl j it I

Jackson County deceased, are hereby requested He rr"j>crjfully invite- -.. .Mickasooky. Plain and fancy Marseilles Vests; the confidence "f the public in the efficacy and hours all pain was gone!; it broke, and COOKed

to, present them without delay to the subscribers. and examine for lhcmslycs. 3arnard jr. 5f Co. will be on alli S.Uin faced do do; curnUe power of this medicine, it will go on to discharging copiously,and so continues

JOHN W; l'AT1ERSON. ) Execu.ALFRED C. ''' i iTallahas.cc I ... i. ". the above agents. Figured Silk and Satin do; conquer disease, relieve the afflicu-.d,and earn for itself days; the relief from extreme pain to perfsct.

I.WOlW AlO i Ion Drr 26,1 I IS3G. -2i i y 7th, lR37. 48tf Plain do do do; the good opinion of thousands and tens of thou excited the woman's astonishment: a few dip:

Jane 3, 1837. _43 _tf Bombazine: and Valencia do; sands. Already it ham earned fur itself a name :uced her breast to its usual state,and in ei

NOTiC .. n. .from.;iv the flislla.-.. .to ward. rrcommenurn Marshall'sVorin 10 all 'aicm-,Syrup nui.n..,, ....1 .i- Black Snake-skin Stocks latest style; which dastardly attacks cannot reach; that such is the cure was complete. C.HERSTOM'frcOci

months present my ac- 6lRAYEO Livery SH\Llo. Tillahas- .IS ers who have the management of children. as Satin and Uomoazinc do; tnc met, the Iiumiirr ur Ictccia in jwsscssion _usa jvK county, Aprill, 189i
dat HORSE l lean in do
Bay flesh, Plaid Hair the incredulous and it
SIX ; fully satisfy most ; were necessary -
medicine BEWARE or IMreSlTW
and rourJicrs and apply to the lion. the most cflectual WORM DESTUOTINO yet
has white hind len and white in his
fewal two a star fore. White and black do; there could be obtained numerous testimonials MessrsL kR T Low ndes,mcrdiants,C
for settlementand discovered.This
County Court (Lewi county, < a head. Said horse went away about two months a.nd.lcli"e'er ; Linen and Cotton Shirts; undrr. the sanctity the oaths of those who, Gentlemen-As Mr Herstoos for IMI
besides safe
from the administration of the estate being a -
discharge ngo. $25 will I hc given! on his delivery at CaptainBrown's syrup and the and i Fig'd and striped do; after suffering the most acute and long protracted of Dr William Judkir.'s patent specific oinDO I
Kinnaird, Utc of said mifuge, is agreeable pleasant to taste,
Of Wm. county. Hotel
by Wm. CAUTION. White and brown Cotton T3ratrcr!:
; been restored health but
illne to it
4 GEORGE YOUNG Administrator. no child will refuse to take it. s.llo\vc entirely would inform you that last summer I was .
48-Gm Tallahassee, March 2th. 1S37,. 33tf It is also happily calculated for preventing and Ildkfs- and Linen Thread Glove; does not enter into thecompiel.ensionof: many,howit with sore leg-the fame Judkin's OinaBT
*d V837. ---- ------
July -- Black and f ncy mlourcd Silk Hose; is for botnni.* ir.rdicnie to effect! such it-but
possible duced of
James JnluisoiiDKAPKIt JUrc, removing many other disorders to which children me to get a jug ilhappndltbe
NOTICE White and brown Cotton do; wonders in the henfin! art, as experience has .f make. 1 used
AND TAILOR arc subject, uh as bowel or summer complaints, ; Mr.Herston's it acr HEREBY GIVEN, that at the next January diarrhoea or looseness, \omiting and purging, it is Vi OI.ia ansi Lambs'-wool do; proved then competent; to perform, but such arc the the printed directions, but my leg kept pq
IS term of Gadsden County Court, the undersigned T.JLiJ.'SS/E. FI-1t invaluable for allaying those I':1lns"hia'b' children Spitalfield and Pongt-c Silk IHkfs( ; tncts tint! they caiiiiot be denied. worse.

the Executor of Fields F. Wynn who was (Next Joor.V. 1'1'wl'Jwtrr. in.Wonioe d.) suffer ip cutting htir teeth, and if previouslyused Black and fanry Silk Cravats;' The abote nif'eJicmc can L>c olit.iuicJ ef G. H. & Mr Hcrstens traveling to the west stoppb

executor Benjamin B. Rab. will make final report HAS justicccivcd York a superior will reuder this operation of nature p*>rlcctly.rnilil Also,a few ;suits of Y omh, Clothing, together: T. I E. LINDENBERG, Monroe strca, Taa-!! my house daring the time, on looking at M.
and six months .of Croadclutlis, and with the above articles are now offer,d for sale ha Florida itli directions for it. lid
.sce it
and settlement of Ca''lner and free from danger. It isrquallyrfuYacioti.s proper using ment I had, he immediately pronounced
from the date hereof will apply adischarge and Veslmgs, among which areal the most fashionable in rickets and in the infantile remittent fever. It cheap, for cish or approved .credit. his make and furnished me with one which*

dismissory from said court as such execnir colors and patterns } ;appeared ir ,the New is recommended with the assurance that it is fully S J. B. BULL. Perry Toirnihij', Mijpn Cc'itnly,'. May 3, 1S37. On opening and smelling-; I was sensible if I

Jeter said BHhb. JOHN H N. Yot k m3rkct,also an c"t tensi\cn.s ortincntof Ueii'ly adequate to the purpu!o intended, and that much June 2-2, 183;. irt-tf Mn. JACOB Hut.cKir, I feel myself constrained difference, altho' it looked like it. I applld
50-Cm Made Clothing of every decnpton. which he can be Jenrcd from and to inform of the effects! that your Panacea ointment he bin
July 16, 1837. good may its simplicity mnorence. NOTICE.URIXG I you which gave me, to my leg; it
warrant 10 bo as neatly Ilde, and (lids fine cloths it cannot do any harm. had on me. In: the year IhJt., during the montns a state of amendment on using the first pIZI
Let my wok recommend me. I 1 any ever offered in the southern c'untry.I few Directions i accompanying each bottle. B my absenc'JO5IN M. STRONG of J anunr.: February,March and April, I was employed and se continued anti it got quite well.

; erected his hop at suits of y.utn! c'lllun?, also youths rhinrhilu/n,1: Marshall's ronipoiuid Syrup of will act as my agent.WM.. in thr.i,ltmirwith a }hin7 machine and This ointment i i.* certainly very nlunbleui

THE Store near B,ileys Mill, offers his cl th capH, ,cloth) and for caps( vat Liverwort.For IT. FRANCIS.Tallahnsscc c.uij'ht; c..Id, anti he dust sccmcil to sct'Je: on my would be a pity it should be lost to the public'a

,errices to the public as a first rate Gun Smith qualities, shirts (rem one! to seven dollars cch. cough-", foldsasthma, ", spitting of lik} ,od, ------ -, June--,-JMh[-,-18- J7.- .I.t( lungs. 1 suifcicd much pain and e-uu'd no longer counterfeit article bearing the name and be1
and is prepared to do Farmers plantation work.- among \hula arc \ariL-tyof plain and nilllcd liver complaints whooping cough, and all diseasesof DIt. HUNTER attend :o my business; tlc pan was located in my net genuine. WM K KE1FMAJ
He a wil work on Carriages or any o'.her smith linen, plain aid elnLrollened bosoms, collars, stocks the breas'.and lungs. breast, particplarly on the l Mt side Iras also at- Cumberland May 24, 153'

work$ i necessary to be done in(he country and suspenders, fine merino fl.innel, canton flanne.and Thc restorative powers of this mrdiine in diseases TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. ihcted with ni ht weals nnd fever, I sought the aid From Rn Beverly JYt tg .

wishes diligence in discharging ,'or. and net cotton blurts and drawers, linen, kin of the Lungs have been attested by the most BY the uee of Dr. Hunter's inestimable [Pills of various Physicians this region, but all to no I have known Mr C Herstons to be the pct

oleasine customers, to secure to him a I : and fur Rlo-es, fur collars do. white and colored 'respectable physicians both of Europe and this of either sex, if they carefully follow purpose; then traveled to Lancaster county, and tor Judkin's Ointment for several years ii.
EBER silk and linen handkerchiefs.Alsoalotefi.e the valuablw plan and copious Direction also to Chester co. and employed several Doctors
of patronage. BUL country. It posses-cs sedative, expectorant and vury my residence in Mnryland,and the ointment
Baler's Mills,Jeflbrson county, Jane 4' roclothin-, nil of whie1' he wi tonic properties and hence abate; fevers, mitigate accon panjing them, are enabled etl'ectuaIly to eradicate there, but derived no benefit; finally, I had recourse by him to have been in rough repute. h1ce

CAUTIO sell a Uw according the quality of the ..' roughs, anti almost hmantly renuves Might and a CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore to your Panacea,and used one bottle,whichI frequently used in my own family whil4r fi I

are hereby warned against trading can be bought in the Territol) recent colds, whilst it gives immediate relief tolh'lIc lost health, with ease, safety and certainty. in a few purchased at LewiMown, Pa. But seemed at Maryland: and during my residence in this cuT,
ALL persons Nov. 19th 1S3G. Itftrocerc8.uht nYsi not to do me any good, for I became weaker,
three certain promissory notes, drawn by winch from neglect have assumed a more dJ\YI. with success.
the undersigned, and made payable to Joseph B. Ucccivcd. dangerous character and seldom fails to cure the oJ The extensive sale and unexampled successof and was obliged to keep my bed. My friends B ITAUGE
follows. most obstinate casts. this Medicine, in this and other cities and prin- advised me to use no mole ol it, but I resolved Methodist Book Room, Mulberry si.
'atts,or bearer, a the Brig llpwell we have jut rccri,cd a the for the last fifteen give it a fair trial, and sent for another bottle; this
One note dated on the 26ih July. 1837 and payable By It will be found superior to any ether medicine cipal towns throughout New York May 20th, 1335. .
on the first day January, 183d, for three and osortmenlofGlC1RIJv for the cure of shortnes of breath, hoarsene*, )ear-,-during which H was satisfactorily prepared by afforded relief and soon strengthened and improved To prevent imposition: C Herstons aai 'i"
offer! for sale first had weaked 1
thousand dollars. o which we go\rms-fiz wheezing*, and promptly remedial m soreness of| Dr. Comway incomes'ibly prove, that when used me as much as the me. sent his own hand writing,will appear on.ihLetl :eiuekf'4

On note of the same date, and payable on the 100 bbl Baltimore Whiskey the breast and Inn s. In whoopingcouph its corrective with the INJECTION POWDERS: it effects a for a third bottle and am now restored, enjoying rs, post paid, directed lo him, in Frtdtxu
60" N K Ram better health than I have: done for the last ten
firjt day January 1839,for two thousand d htars. Gin elForts will be speedily discovered. thorough and speedy cure of that dreadful disorder, City, Md. will be attended to.
One note of the same date, and payable on the :I 25 Country Marshall's Tonic Mixture. denominated the Scourge of the Human Race. years-I am again enabled to follow the ploughever ,. For Sale wholesale and retail, by

first day of January 1840, for two thousand dollars. 50 Chainp.t.egnacPcac1i&' Apple Brandy For Ajp.ie and Fever. The PI LLS-are accompanied, when the rase since last August. I am fully convinced that STEWART $ BARNARD,Dr:1I

1 As the said Joseph B. Watu has not given us theconsideration 10 Casks Malaga Wine i requires iI, with the INJECTION POWDERS: your panacea may be taki n without any injury, Tallahassee Sept. 17th, 1S36 6-eow-lyt
20 bbl Old Monongahcla Wliiskcy, Prepared by C. Marshall Phila.nnd for ale b\ and is useful medicine. Yours. resnectfullv. -
determined CERATE these constitute -- ----
upon, we are not and ; a most powerful
aree STEWART k BAHNARB.nexl :
tb either said notes, until he comptc t Madeira, Port herl Winea medicine, applicable to the various stages of tin DAVID ESIIELMAN. To those afflicted with Cori .
pay Old Irish Whiskey, warranted door to the Post Oflice.. The following remarks by the editor of the Stark '
due and with
with his or until a course grnume. Protean disordar. plain directions a
agreement, &&*
JVURTIN PALMER, 25 bbln MoUsscs, _Jan.__ 28, 1337 25&ns popular treatise explaining the various symptoms, County, Canton Ol'io, Democrat, are extracted! THE celebrated Albion Corn Plaster; _1Idl'1lwl
JAMES L. PARISH, 50 Baltimore superfine Flour, and the mode of treatment each box from that paper of April, 1837.IIOcCK's relief and at the same time d'af
WILLIAMS. 15000 Baltimore cured Middlings nnd hlsais U1. UJAQjgm ll13nllJ. accompany themselves. P .XACE*.-H'e invite the attention of the Corn out by the roots without tile
DARIUS 1b of either
so that sex may cure
liaisons ;, Offers for sale, on accommodating persons the citizens of Canron and the
Jtfrtnticcllo.Jefferson county SrpL 30, 1837. 100 50 bxC Prunes ,S terms, his HOUSE and Lotsituated I (Price or the Pills $1 a box; the Injection l'oder \- to the advertisement in another column public of generally this pa. pain.CJRTIFIC.1TE.-"To those afflicted will C1'.

-8-tf 3000 lbs best Loaf Sugar :': Monroe Street in the city of Tl1l1ahas1ee. and Cerate r>horn 0 cents the each.) in MS- per under the above be.id. We have used the article to their feet, I dperiifythat I have used ih.1'

MijIcae College of ( 100 kegs water Crackers The Lot measures. 110 feet front.. 03":: Prepared original Recipe ourselves ana can safely recommend it to the Corn Plaster, with complete success. Be*"?1 JJ
.cor.ln of the late Dr. W. T. CoNWAY: by his immediate
THE Curs of Lectures in 'viii 30 boxes and kegs Tobacco, assorted quality. by lw feet rear. The house is a convenient spacious and the Sole T. KID- public, as an invaluable remedy for most of the used inn box it cfnple'.ely cured a Corn wbid'
SucTcsaor Proprietor,
l4n the third Monday (16th) of next 40 bags Ljiquira and Rio Colic and comfortable residency independent of diseases with which mankind are amic'et1. Having troubled me for many years. I make this rr;
October, and b cnbDUC_ u.uai .u IK> ia.t ofXtarch. 50 kegs White Lead that portion, which is now occupied as a Fancy BElt: of whom they may be had at his Counting for a number of years been subject to the INCCDLS for the benefit of those afflicted with that r**
The of April of the tliirtl Wed 200C best 'ture. Room in Chamber ever No. DO, next door to J.
Spanish SeganI NiiiiiTMinE to an the
or alarming extent
Jayor this month, will be commencement day. hhds Sugar He also offers for sale his unimproved lot, on KIDDKR'S Drug Store corner ef Court and Hanover Panacea was recommended to us by DC. Ilouck Flushing. L. I. Feb.28." WM. SflA*
the 200 loot street measuring 160 feet front by 180 Stre t."near Concert Hall, Boston, and also
Back Shot ,
Prmelfeare and have been box.
b bas himself we are happy to say we !'RlcJ,5O cents a
f his (together with all those other
L4 Jt. Dojras. Anatomy. Duponts and Coochs' Powder back. by appointment relieved fnm that distressing afll:ction.- None are genuine unless sig donBside
Charles: Dans, AT. D. (formerly) Charleston,) of 40 boxcl Sperm Candles The subscriber will also dispose of his entire valuable! : Medicines as prepared by the late Dr. entirely As a family medicine we have no hesitation in D"printed wrapper,by the sole proprietor T.I

.Chemistry and Phirmaey. Smoked Herriugs. stock in Trade comprising a nest general assortment C.NWAT) by saying that we believe it is unsurpassed. immediate successor to the late Dr. %T.
Joseph A. Ere, M.-D. of Thcraputics and Mattri* 5 Tierces Rico of Fancy nnd Staple llood.s: Groceries, STEWART BARNARD, No. 6.) Conwir.DEL -Fer sale at his Counting Room over

'edica. 50 Boxes Brown Sonp. Hardware Grocery, J
qe M. Newton, M. D. (just returned rro Europe. 50 doz. bottles Porter and Cider. and well assorted, Ilh such goods as are well Tallahassee, June 22, 1835. 30ti. excruciating pain-the decrepitude and also by his special appointment by (NR4
., of Physiology and Pathological Anatomy. 100 pieces best Cotton Bagging. adapted to the market. anr1 the premature old age whichare STEWART tf BARNARftDancsfl
D.'ronL M. D. of Institutes. of Medicine For particulars to R. J TO THE ASTHMATIC & CONS U31 PT!yE., sufferedby *
100 Coils 0 apply Hacklry, or Hugh thE usual attendants sf the disorder are
'Meil; Jurisprudence. 5 cases I !op Preserves Archer, my authorised agent. THE most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases many from despair of a core, er disappointment Tallahassee Feb.83 122J,. 30 If co '
F.Eye, M. D. of Principles and Practice of 10 barrels Ne. 1 Shad I Wm. MANER. to civilized society-the Consumptionmay in the efncfcy of the numerous pretended antidotes

S rger/r Led Corn Brooms Chocolate, Pepper All- Tallahassee Dec. 7, 1836. 18-tf generally oe traced te the least Alarming o to effect this purpose. But those who nave made a i DUMFRIE'S EYE WATER 1
A, C D. of and Practice of disorders, a slight but neglected cold. By estimationit
Dflbpm Theory spice,'Putty, Demijohns, Preserved Gin.cr, Currants A CARD. appears that one hundred and fifty thousand fair trial of I For sore or inflamed Eyes,gives immediafs** '

Antany, M. D. of Obltuic and Diseases of .Tamarinds,1 Door Matr, English walnuts, aujs amiiEr i .iD.avna.COMMItilONMERCHANT. sons die annually of the consumption. Most of these per, Dr. JcW Cdcra1cdLsfltt, relief. On recent sore"eyes the effect is_
I. Cinnamon Turpentine,Imperisl, Gunpowder and even in cases longstanding, land o be moat sere has beH OfT
dreadful results be attributed to -Where tbecomplaint
Inatl.'m. may common cold,, ntiry.
.'Henry a Prosector. I yson Tea-Swt Snuff in bottles Caster Oil, and a negligent treatment of the barrassinir, coark: *. character, hare !received certain relief. and standin-r, and in some exceeding ba"5

rUlor the (Ror the eight tickets, SI 12O Spanish Brown, lemon Sirup, N.. 60 WATER ST., NEW YORK. that generally ensues-which is usually foIlt'weJdifficult .by-' many haw been cured jn a sew uays some in 9% unexpected and desirable'relief N DBe* _
Copal Varnish,Salmon +c. jtc. For sale low of in Boston and vicinity thtt
'Demenetrafjon, once, JO G. H. It T.,E LINDENBERGKR.by Offers his services to the merelants of Alabama, breathing, pain in the side, and at last Ulcerated hours! as a nnrrber.formerly persons afflicted with Rheumatism, the ase of Urn eye water alter evtrj ud 1n
Matriculation G-ioigia and Florida in the of Violent who were bad failed. Mans who bus
once, pirchas Goods Longs. and repeated Asthmatic at.. in the persons
Dplo 3 TaUahusl"Oc.29, 836 jx-tf Wares and Merchandise. In the purchasing andselecting tacks, also bring on Consumptive symptoms. One hare very fully testfied. are possession noDiwo it the best preparation foe thU_

ForparUenlars. apply of whole stocks of goods or in two dollars in the of the Proprietor,proving the most thoroughand have ever met with, especially m c3
; .. a o t JAMES H. COOK, assorting or expended purchase! of of this they ?"
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PAUL F. EVE, Dean Faculty. them. Having had long experience in the pur. DR. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS surprising cares bj fleas or inflammation e-f long
Au,. 7J: 6 No. 100 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, chasing of 'goods for Alabama Georgia and Florida | in case vrbeie ether approved applications cents a bottle. .* .#;
.Aop Between .Broad be himself that and a little attention to their timely adminwlra- had utterly failed. unless signed OD IM
Pir'ad Street, flatten any order? entrustedto Nne are genuine jptuited
HOTICE. him will be with satisfaction the lion,will! usually insure a mitigation of these the sole prtpiiet0n'I'
OFFERS on part of those FoK'rIlE PILES wrapper, by W
complete of
. FBI HE subscribers haririg formed a cops rtner- Cabinet fe of al0rmet. wbomayfavor hIm\ithejr\ business. disorders and usually effect a cure. The Fills DU : recommend (whichbe bEll, immediate sacceswr to the UU Dr.
consisting with leave to
JL ship,will hereafter condot the Drug business marble I'uniare. Dressing; br. Refer to Messrs Oakford &" Whitcomb, and are also an easy and effectual remedy far'the ,The proprietor begs confidence' one of the matt Con way. u
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luthenameof i.. '. ble and tops plain Centre Tables both.square and Baldwin & Hawkins New York.-Wm. Maner, symptoms pr-ceding and accompanying the valnable'remedies known for this troublesome andpainful For sale at bis Counting Room, ssa

STEWART & BABNABD. round, with Marble Pier tablet do, Dining 'rauahassee, Flo.-Wln. G: P ncr, Apall1chiceJa Asthma and Consumption, for- cold., cough, complaint. Without going into detaii'h.deems Court streetnear Concert Hall, BostOn,

Tel nbop will be fonnd'at the old rtand (formerly table* m seth and &p Breakfast tables of all Flo.-Cralg& DaMn, SLJcuseph F1o.-Wm.McKmlli A difficulty of breathing,"lightness and strict uieacress it enough,to,' say, he huJin his possession his special appointment bs'rwAaT> &

, ty Mr.r E.B.'Perkins, opposite te 'mr. sizes, Burcsus do. Sofas et all 'uhte Kuhion and Irwinton, Ala.--]aestonlL Keith,Co. the"chest, wheezing, pain in the ,side the :most IndoGb1ed testimonials that it baa morecqmpletelynWere'I

; ktthqise.t priceaMahoany' .C eacirckinf lumons, Geo.October spitting of bltod 4c. ,Few cases can ,OCcUf"O[ : too purpose fur which,it)isis-. 14 (N..3S
They will.keep fall assortments Medicines .lrn,5f"I' 29IR3G. 12ly'rf Tallahas se, March 13.
Chairs of tended.'Ibid .byetber'popehtrmedCine. '
r. any ofthw class ofdUordera, in which.the purcluse.ofDr.
rCberaicabj, Pae Medicine, &r., H.qqajUe and aiMe" ttecret*rt a andBookcasei, Relfe'a;'Pilla! ,.iriH not f od a rich ,Thi remedy I perfectly iDaoc Dt ill:iu apphcaooptpaoj' St.Mark; abandmtpQeyjiscnonbis
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Itf \ ,. ABT: M.1. tfift vWtfi/ *9toi IX Iron frniedcottoagins, from Braintroe ma "''Price-whole boxes,'Wprt il; bae.a\ l'LI.J ri_.: i : .:Oiflimejiteeniif for bin 1preb
EWAn dp.L6okn| : Gjacfcsn'.full>71lhcf Bed. KKSer'lt of lIuractory'ud.ily..Mami.lbe 'If TriW, *6 eenia.-'_ lur.t, *:** *;' '* .': *, *.t _bI ." .JfJUOll. I'.t,f.tJa'J.;J."= 'M. id deUvrry at M ''1fc kly'.tkb1- I
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