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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: November 25, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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iE W.moi.-As the vine 1d1IIOq ttrb-

p--'J' Saturday at FIVE Dollars per ted its graceful around tha.oak) and
_tJisbed every FOt"R Dollars ,ifs THE LOItllM't \ lifted it Into will when the
In ; 1FIlhiD the :tar-r, being by sunshine, ,
.4psid
_iJ,dvaDce. mstrted lIt One Dollar per hardy plant i riven by tho thunderbolt, cling

,,p 11tt\"T lines or less, for the first mser4JPfcenls round it wit caressing tendriU and bind up
_
fiflttD
e Df for each subsequent insertion. its bough: 1 i orJer-

lDeDts not marked with .the until number(orbitaJ1t4 of\. "LAISSE ----s P Q1l";: .;' ed by Providence, that woman. who Is the

reqaired, 'IIIm be continued .. ... mere dependent and of in
()IIS _____ -. .. -' _-- ornament man. h
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for.n .connect-d\ I II, happier hours, should be his and
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the Editor on bmin\s :D.t Q.l\UwrnL: Q rJ ID1Ln: __ "' .. 9 au TDi< anQeQU '..- 10 u'it b !'od VIIH. ___ I Q _Aa .:f.t_ mm i JJ 9 Q when smitten with sudden calamity, winding
i bmtnl'! _
: I -_ .....--. I herself into the rugged recess of"'his nature,

harlcs S. Sibley, SIc.5. And be it furltK'renaeledThat the J! ma W xncb1g I '' i "' lowed the pilchcr-Mrs. 'ilz ihc sky as she entered, and she bowed tenderly suppoctiog the drooping head, and

District of Flo.lf.AforPfrofcssioiial said hall he transferable .f 1 ,i1' She had sMin
middle Treasury notes by .s v Ig glass, and ejaculated, witha nost graciously. on I pink binding up the broken heart.
services 1\ WHAT WILL YOU WAGER ? .
2 fferi j HIbe (' I i-j--: as ,ltOIW'YJC WlU. delivery nnd usM nment endorsed thereon, the I IAn I I signilicam glance, 'going a fishing'!' joriiu-t, and green silk dre.ss. There were

nse\lor\ 6t,r'lnr'lda., L.aw, He -H nttend! all the by the person to whose order tins :ame hall The .budotefrom Frenc. horse 'Yhl could Fitz dot The war was unexpected 120.000 to see this ceremony. Among Marriage enlarges the scene of happiness

po 'ft MidJle Uistrict.. Office next door In the0deoce I on the face thereof, been male payable. diligeruMoped; at I and he had not calculated) the c<>st, host* who contributed' floral decoration was or A of love is ,
misery. marriage pleasant
t\lis in the micmial| Fontainbh-u.
;irtJ In of J.n, \cstC'lt, Jr. Iq. SE( G. And be it furtliiT enacted, That nn, tin ;i si tn-el I ol 'Xo, I believe I aim going a fishing''!' Mrs. tne Duke of Norfolk! who sent ten wagen a marriage of interest and
easy
.17. 23-tf and! tins he, the
\ Jnuarv.2)th, .1 1 I the said Treasury notes shall be rrreived in Fatigued oppressed by it on Fitz saw she had made an imprc sin. Her idof cxoii: and other fliwers where both meet, happy and a marg

VLn"fana\IIiS".nbscribcr's" No11ce.r Otlicc is. next door to his ''I' payment of all di.lies] and taxes lail.by the road, we the hi iwly :Ir.tthcJ of the vehicle ourselves. .ind descended military genius whispered to her to follow it riage has in it all the pleasures; of friendship,
steps as lazily as
: The "t", Adams and t Clinton: Sit celt.- I authority of the United States, of all public for men of Genius. all enjoyments of sense and reason, and

,." ence,CfiTvounghim principally to the IHIMpuirtiusO'0. i. | lands sold] by the said authority, and of all pos?ILI(', smiling at the vacant appearance up.'Ah, you only say that to deceive your Comfortabl was a beggar scraps Plautus was a miller indeed, all the sweets of life. Good nature
: uddt ; ;
wlr.ch broken
ADVOCATE, sleep, by our arrival, I Ol1r
COUNEL AND
him as debts the United States of character : I !
to to any poor neglected) wife-Illf'r's inistre"s- and of will
sOle evenness give an
entroste business as be placedv ith I had the 01 ol erence was a slave; oethus died in Prison; temper you easy
may stamped on some our '
: AtTOIlIIUI! 1 whatsoever, which may bo due and payable xis.ijjes lhat' the fish-and want to sneak off. for life virtue and
Mr. n. s.District you companion ; good sense, an
tnenJll L be J'an' (lcd t ) Sihley. I fellow travellers. The baggage di<- Hogerce starved: ; Tasso had not money e-
him,yilt t ornVycuPyinS! : part of subscriber'sbo | at the time vhen! said Treasury notes may be mounted and dinner ordered. Some\\as of time Now Filz looked conscience stricken. oiiizh to purchase candles to write by; Cervantes agreeable friend; love and constancy, a good

vrill!//punctually: attend to it The sul- so offered in payment. on every such 'You arc going a fishing, Mr. Fitz,' said died of refused wife or husband.
I hunger I'cntcroglio was -
*; the Couit of Appeals' and the country folks were eagerly pressing lot w.uril. ;
i yiU irfiend payment, ci'edit shall be given for the amount she, and crash went the mirror against the
fccrfoer of Jefferson, Leon G.idnJon I IQJII to the with admittance into a hospital which he had
on newly ari\'cd. together
Coorts gaze
ro '':** hut other COlitIS t i of the principal and interest which, on the wall. ounde-d died in workhouse Van- I An Irishman on the tongue of a wagon
: jj J\lC k 1'0"conlJl1j: ;, no r s. \ their packages, bird-cages, and In ; Agrippa a ;
f'rtDtlin* retained.JAMES. I day of such payment, may be due on the noteor dlldre" Mrs. Fitz commenced] dressing, tore thethings his wAg run with by a pair of horses, and
specially the midst of this bustle, a fat, rcd-o.ed! gelas) left his body to the surgeons to pay away
\ : D. WESTCOTT I notes thus given in payment. upset the table, whirled a I lamp at the debts Camoeus ended his days ii an almshouse had his leg very much bruised by tbo actionof
;
!
"lau."y---, ".I.o. pc.Jl1IIuy251h.---:----..-----I 1tS7.:_:___ I SEC. 7. And be it further enacted, That man babbler, about who thirty had favoured years of age the, an whole insipid ol picture of the delights of wedded love, which ; Bacon lived in distress; Raleigh and the swingle- rees. Some person whom
us
ror'l.i's, Groceries. I any person making payment to the United graced time xvall, and with unwashed face Moore ended their days the scaffold; hp was relating the accident, asked why he

r arrivals from Ualtimorc and New York, States iu such Treasury notes, into the hands the journey with the history of his great speculations slammed the door'and marched down stairs, never knew comfort upon in pecuniary did! not jump off. "Faith, sir," answered

Ii we haeJUIt received, and arc opening atbtSIO I of collector, receiver of public or at F'ontainblcu,and ofhi marriage, repeating the word 'fishing,' as she passed. LeSagc
any moneys lied Pat "and it just as much as iver I coulddo
xvas
ortfonmily,rr:1plC'by\ :Mr. James :\1 r.\111- which he at the time matters; Spencer in want; Collins went ,
other who shall thus was present coming the side of the bed for hour I
tml'lIt of G IlOC 1:- public officer or agent, I.it7 sat on an "
and! choice 8'1S his : mad from the neglect; Milton sold his to stay on.
large there drew out watch, worl's
receive of the in to consummate, like Jarius the ruins of At
SanlJ' PROVISIONS, wln.li anottered to j any said Treasury notes payrincut : on Carthage. Paradise Lost in three instalments,

,,1lI.n,or country trade 01'cr)' nl'cl'IIII11tJtJting' shall, on payment of the same, receive and exclaimed, length he sneaked down. and died in obscurity; Dryden) died in dis- Classification of Laughter.-There are
four
.-\1% : credit both for principal and interest computed 'Already o'c."Il ) ;\! 'Good morning Mr. J"itzgig-going a fish- died fifty different classes of There isyoursmoothifaed
PROVISIONS.; bet said tress; Otway prematurely and in want; r.ughters
aforesaid which the ) of Mich last you not, i gentleman in Mr. Fitzgigl'No
as on day ,
,
Ct red canvassed! 1 IllIn"i | Lee died in the streets: Steele was dogged by polite laugher your laugher -
pBaltill'orc mentioned shall due the slippers, \ho was smoking a cigar \ dearest Seraphina, Serena I ain't a-
d8 d. Middlings payment appear on the bailiffs; Goldsmith sod! through Johnson, by rule. These beings are generally lound
New When Flour note notes thus in and) he shall be before the door of the low-roofed apart going a fishing, I want my breakfast.'No .
Lkmore or paid the Vicar of Wakeficld' for a mere trifle to releaSe within the precints of a court, at the heels of
\0.1 uttlrt\nJ 1 ard charged for the interest accrued on such noteor ment. I' breakfast; here, Mr. Fitzgig. Sally whose conduct
Chcrsc. him from prison; Fielding) lies without: a some great man, to they shape
ridUi. Macki-iel.imd L1UIJORS.flimpaignc notes from the day on which the same 'Tis one liricqucl's watches, !)proudly and Thomas-al gone-gone a fishing, lr.I stone to mark his grave: Savage died in New- their passions a.< a model. Does his lordship

Cognac, Piach: Apple and Spanish:: shall have been received by him in paymen answered the rubicund faced gentlernin at I Fit7.gi&hfyou i want breakfast get it your gat at Bristol), where he was imprisoned for 31 say ban mot, it is caught up and grinned at in

Brandies. as aforesaid to the day on which the same shall this interruption. self. Butler 'lived neglected and died and every possible man er, till, the powers of
Gin, country Gin, Jamiica Ruin him "Ten louis that it is not one of liricqucl's, The battle o\'cr-Fit poor; .
EIland W.ImicyTLIIACCOE. be paid by as aforesaid.Sr.c. ) I II was previously broken the immortal Chatterton, in consequence \f grimace expended, his lordship is pleased tochange

*! 60n"'abch and common <. 8.! And] be it further enacted, That replied the smoker. I} by the breakage of the brittle wares upstairs want, an end to his existence in his 18.thvcar. the subject and stride a different chord.

jBierior! old Principe" Cig.irs. the Secretary of the Treasury he, and he is The other gave him a look of pity, and i had little spirits left-and punishing put And it is not astonishing. Who would refuse

Cuba Ji IIaxnn.id ) ]hereby, authorized and! directed to .:ause to xx cut into the traveller's room, saying to me,,I i him in the bread basket, was attacking him in to laugh for a pension of two hundred a year?

fillCClit d'CwiKg} Tobacco papers, I be reimbursed] and paid the principal and interest "Don't dine here," and \\ It' a touch ol ,: tile: uimdtrest part. I He I sued her for forgivene.ss Common gratitude demands it. There is
tll1'lIt ot chewing: a IJ tlSS"1"
JIlplete! Siotch, Kapj.ee Snuff.Ganpottder : of the Ticastiry lIotes which may be the elbow "we" xx ill go to a talc, xxhcn xvc I and, after two h hours solicitation, she mode so simple and obvious as to cause us to then, your habitual laughter, men who laugh
issued virtue of this the several time can do belter. to her unwashed rheeks.j .
act. at kiss
Imperial i- IlybonTcas.Loaf by sIli'rcclil wonder that; it has not itself before. by habit, without rhyme or reason. Thy
and: brown Sugar, JloUfcsistfc and times when the same, according to the '111 wager anything you choo-e tint tin- j Fit/ W." thus changed; at once into 'onlxJ has been in suggested A small are gem/rally stout, pig-faced gentlemen,

Havana ColTec: coarse and fine Salt I provisions' of this act, should. be thus reimbtir \% : is north not himmig," pcr:-ilcd I the I'll J 111) Iris: in.1'-the humble! allinM! I Hei I adopted England. stla- eat hearty and free-and ea-
and Bale coustructed this suppers patronize
Cotton&loom< Raisons Barging, Chocolate Rope.almond.', Jtfuslard\ ; wa-, cd and paid. A-id the said Secretary fur- I in slippeis, folloxxing after. i I.,, and can iIs,
rend butter CracKers. Sperm Candles, Sweet t ther uuthoiized to make purchases of the said "llld not add mess my eonvi rsalionto( xou, 'I I and bundles, .\smirks and looks dntifni. .. to Ham.-ate, in! passage of frm an accident I countenance, which, before you have said

ULami Oil, Rifle Powder, Sshrt, (. lc. c.tr.-FOI: notes, at par, for the amount of the principal; sir. !I I. consequence three sentences, will resolve itself into a sim-
f to her boiler! which irixes English
an
Ifbf G. H. &T. E.L11)ENI1E1tGEtt.r7thahissec f and interest i due at the time of purchase mi "Il bet that you did." retorted the other.31y I Ucfore he was broken in, lie used now am!I paperan 'I and terminate finally in a stentorian
Oct. 21, 1 I-: opp.jitunitvof the following (descrip per
such notes. And so much oh' allY. unappropri; \ fellow tiaxdlcr, conli>und<-
NOTIUK.RH. ated money in the Treasury as may be necessary persecution, laisid his 1.11IIlltl/ lo liisi I II j F. was wont to give him such a look, ;and uhi-I "This boat instead! of he-ing worked by paddle II I through )life laughing, bat habit has blunted

M. DAVIDSON REUBEN SCOTT for that purpo.ic, is hereby appropriated I forehead, hignilxing hat the intruder \\a:|!I,, per in so !l'r a voice-lu you want to xx heels phced at the sides of the vessel[ is : the finer (..Ig(of their sympathies, and their

Gadsden latin county. by a screw j
the debts of the late firm said 1l0tcS.SJ.c. '1 defy to prove it, continued hispeiscculoi I These off
towed to receive and pay )11. in the direction from head to in shape } spirit. personages generally go
in of Harrison and Wilder. I : !H.) And be it further enacted. That a ; al \\ I thi*> pairv all thrust l, Tin- following dieadlul narrative is from corkscrew and !It'r I'! in fits apoplexy, brought on by excessive

!JJ':\1. 11. WILDKR.Apslaclncola sum not exceeding! twenty tllOu.al\lllollars\ to i the two f'g:1: dcil each other xviili the utiustsnuhmuig I the I L.md"l (Glohe: i resembling under water. The vessel workingatogeth-I'! laughter on a full stomach. There is then,

,, 1st Augnst,1b37.I &--Cm I be paid out of any; unappropriated; money in looks! J IS pos-ihlo to conceive: ,just CI.IFFON, Sept. 20.- A circumstance occurred er don to Broadstairs at the yonr discontented cynical laugher, who makes

t1iLT.5'J( sacks salt, for RH.ale by. BERRY. the Treasury, be and] the, same is hereby' appropriated like t\0 dogs about lu be let loose at ole y \'Tdl' which h.lolhll\1 I our b<::iutiful !hour; and the accident, which ratC presented anI its I a mask of mirth to conceal the venom of his

for defraying] the expense of preparing another."Upon I \'il.lgc a slate of i ihe utmost tXI'illellt. mind. is dead] fraud that be
73t the altogether a ought not to
3,1837. completing to ate -
,Sept. I printing, engraving, signing, and otherwise rny xvord," said the t traveller tome I t rniy not be generally known that unconnected passage wIsh lams ,mode was cf pardoned.I Speak to one of these men of

BY AUTIIOKITV. incident to the issuing! of the Treasury "I J know nothing of the fellow, but 1 a.. the summit of a three hundred new virtue
I cln.ri.il with
I On Tuesday the repair happiness, 4che meets you a
IIOF TilE CSITK1) STATES PASSED! AT THE FIRST! I notes authorized by this act. have a gteal lullatol to make him marc: fi.t hO\1 ihe -lrf.lc( time river A\ul, propulsion. morning kind chuckle talk
she sneer, or a bottleimp ; to
EStlOX OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH CO.NCBKsS. SEC.; 10. Atid be it further enacted, That oil'" all which i is commonly; railed .St. \ inceiit'srock being completed proceeded to Ramsgate, him iif felicitous circumstance he
I and the inventor intended hence : any
[PUBLIC No. 2.] if any person shall fahdy make, forge, or ".\s to that, I wager you do not," aims .-i there is ;a hole, or neaily circular aperture in an experimental cruise to proceeding Dover and Falk- you with a sardonic grin that fr cs check your
counterfeit, or cause or to be falsely ed the ob-i liuate intruder. "'Moiuoxi-r, I t inward .
or yards
procure thirty He i is
in Act to authorize tile i issuing Treasury I extruding tvxunly cnstonc. We understand) that he has secured best intentions. a type of the death'shead
j I made, ft rged or rounteifeiti'd], or willingly \\1 bet that 1 in ike y itt\ take the 10,id back and to which an uld"lgrlunc [pas'gC: the placed at their feasts to
% noh' I his invention by a and that one of\ Egyptians
aid or assist in falsely making, forgiiv.. !', or to Pam i and I tint: ti Be nnd IIo-isc of I
it enacted by the Senate the steam packet companies intends gaiety. your
counterfeiting, note in imitation of, or miller fur of time Chiton Obst'naloruout putting
i no I a
any ea-y
Etprasentalives of the United% States: of A- \ TreaotirxVnote aforesaid "Thatnlhe lOu > noonycsll'rda the principle! into practice on a large scale. fashionable simperer, your 1 laugher a-la-mode
purporting!; to be a or I camo here to he married.; an
Btnca in Congress: assembled\ That the elderly gentleman, accompanied The advantages of the invention would be to your inward digester of small jokes a'nd title
I( shall falsely alter, or cause or procure to be "()mmu lundri'd -..oiiithai you do rot !" by female,
President of the United Stales is hereby aiiiviscd young 3llluvl'ly appearedil diminish the at occasioned by tatlp. He never laughs-it is a vulgar habit;
falsely : 1t.:.ro.l, or willingly ;1:1;!'! or assist i ini '..Sir, > oil :irc an I ,('.uuhlr.1 UM door i.Tihe O)5cvdtory, and swel present
to ain Troaauiy notes for *" L1thstn iljt'llUlcllt reqUt'-t- C4f.Irr.p ,n .. nI.ie"i.n.! and it Would al- I the only] wonder i is, that he cats. I'pnnle-Jie
[ as the ('XiCtIti4 (II the (.ovament i IdUcly altering: allu'aury note is-ned .isI and 1 wifl box ) "ni -. : ( ,1 i to, .10' a.limited to tile Ulll.! noie, as so be better adaptod for sea voyages than the via luu juu, auuuiu overcome these vulgar
or sums
require, but not cxecedin;:, I I aforesaid; or shall pas*, or publish: or attempt; ''I 1 bt 'ti- : In !!' t'tisutU H {nr-rilly celled. While one of paddle( wheels, which in rough seas are often propensities; they are abominable. A young

;the amount may of notes i issued the sum (II 'to pass, utter, or publish! as true, any f.il-e! I Upon this, I lh: ruddy 1 f 1'1.t g"llh'clall I I h.1 attendants; went for a torch, with which out of xx-atcr." man of this class isgenerally consumptive, hw

[{Q millions of dollar, and tit-nominations forced], or rounteifeiied] note, purportinti) to liea "ldIUlu'tl with f r, .a iitl pa.s rd hit:lmi\! I 111 o light! them through. the passage the door- lungs have no play, he is always weak and

'III'ss than fifty dollars for any one note, Treasury not'j as aforesaid, knowing: the .tln, r, mikingig":for> 1,11 lo fullow."Ye iecpcrob .crxm
ibo prepared, signed, and 1 issued iu the i sale to be falselv; forced) or counterfeited, or ,-, mx' I love," said he ,1 ih.ci i!ui r, I Ia: k- iii a Me' of great excitement, muttering to pdcl Campbell says that he once heard t.The then goes off, overcome with a yuff of eau do

[tanner hereafter pioxided.Etc. I i shall pass, titter, or publish or attempt to $pass;, mug with him i box containing a hi ace olpistols. iiiiiself, in ;i low (tone of xoice, asked: if he a lady distinguished beauty and rank defend rose, or millefleur, he has encountered accidentally -
I utter, or publish as true, falsely alteredl'r that it be better from the
That any was not wel, hinting might pocket-handkerchief of a
2. And be it further enacted, Sir Thomas Lawrence from the chargeof
Ii!said Treasury notes, authoi it'd to I,, i i a'lT' note, i issued] as aforesaid), knowing I interposed between them lo :lop' this us : ', rest himself ere he ventured into having been culpable in tying attentions cheesemonger's wife! Last of all, there is your

rued by the first section of this art, shall i the same to be falsely altered, every such per. joke, but it W.O no longer .I jonling malti-r, ..le 1lo'air of the cavern. to ladies without intending to follow them up real, good, laugher; the mars who.has

[(reimbursed and redeemed h by the United ,| son shall! Il deemed) and adjudged guilty of and my represi-nlations were useless. \i'cached This intiniiUion was either not heard or by an offer of his hand. A gentleman re- a heart to feel and sympathise with the joys

pies! \ at the Treasury thereof, after 'hn ,-xnticn felony] bfin, !j thereof convicted by due ( a soito: sl"t ilL the p.uk, where lot heeded; but the lady] said, "I am much irked that he thought Sir Thomas was ,.and sorrows of others; who has gone trough

[ of one year from (ihe dates ol ihe\ course and of law, !.hal hard be sentenced labor for to be imprisoned I'ht'I segar fellow' %): uted by l otliccr of ihligfl to yuu for your attention bjt my highly blameable. "No," replied the lady, life superior to its follies, and has leant t

aia notes icspectivt.ly; Irom hidl: ;ailJidea kept to a period not I liie gal its',", who was willing m lo become. his uishand is .subject to these' fits of ;absence" who xvas said; to have been herself the tempoiaryoij"d gather wisdom even from laughter. Such are
less than three than
the of and lon years, not more ten years I :;':Ild. 1 threw up into the air a live franc The torch-hearer, having his oCiee the men who do honor to society, who have
performed attentions
or term oldie
one year, no and be ftoed I in ] fi\e thousand : great painter's !
a sum not ( -
exceeding | a-, sJimi I. 1 lie: o! a f hfl them leaninj\ over tin; balustrade: } at learnt to be temperate in prosperity, patientin
I..!hey lihall bear such interest as shill! h b<* I dollars.Sr.c. \1"l'C i ,1'11r ;ji"tolliJI- "(in, not I'XiJ't1y- not so much to blame,

pressed upon the face of the said( nole.,; I; \d, and ill--I pH-cu tt l money fel I he outer enhance "I the p.ixe, enjoying this s ii'l) the lady, musingly. "What I"! exclaimed adversity; and who, having gathered exp.
I2. it further enacted; ], That rience from content
indented."llet ill the each are to
\nlle ground view years
Ilisch: rate of interest, npoi: each >evril I is- I )pieluiesqiif landsc.ipi: on the gentleman '-you astonish me; not to
| II of the said notes, shall\ be fixed by thejferetary I if any, person make; or engrave, or ('au.plor t I ," said J the I iii-ver-ci-a-ing ami I inuno- :-id-j iiflhein, and of .ho liver lolling" at tliir hi'inn:: lor such _conduct !" "No, not so cup of life mingled; ] as it is, to enjoy calmlythe

ofihe and with tin I procure to be made] or cngra\.t, or shallhave value in.trksin.il, ''mat 1 pien-e that Uvil I >:et. \Uhit; n'mail" ol this nlll.tl\ph't : (MII still the lad sweeter portien, and laugh at the bitter.Bentlcy's .-
Ticasury, by inn -li. was ) :musing response.
.'1Ce and appiobation of the President; i in his custody or possession any metal-, trembling' ai the extremity ol the bough;" amid only bp told by time people wh. were walking "C,11 yon really: madam" said the gentle- Miscellany.
ic after the similitude of
p'.Jte, engra\ed any
I it was pierced.! under tht rocks at the i lime. state
IItdiall in no case exceed the rate of intl'rlit They agiin, "defend such behaviour as dceriiou -
ofj t ix per centum per annum. The re- I plate from which any notes issued as afore- "Wager that I kill yon," added he, coolly th it they 5:1:1 lady and gentleman leamigiver mal< -" """by, sir," interrupted the From the Charleston Con tier.

JaWr emcut hciein provided for shall t beudv i I said. shall have been l printed, with intent tchi.s I regarding the HSIIlilwd traveller.I. the halu-trade; ihn geiitlemin :sonn I lid", "tl conies the truth, I am firmly of The deputation Cherokee Chiefs, pro

at the Tr,-asujy of the United States ( such plate, or to cause or suffer the same of' 'Tis PTouatI" ." u-ohcd' the uthei, changing : turned round, and could l hem perceived usinvrdcnt opinion (hit the 13jOI ity of women would) ceeding to Florida, for the purpose of mediating

]*\lie holders of the taid notes respectively] j to be used in forging or counterfeiting any fiorn the ruby t (lit ghastly hue; "and" J ;gesluies to the lady, who, terrified, rather he courted and jilted, than not courtedat between the Seminoles and the United

' '. presentment, and shall include the | the notes iss-icd as aforesaid; or shall have in since it is probable.; Mis useless. Consequently sunk lo the ground clinging to I ihe railingThey all! States, left here on Wednesday morning last,

rtflripal' of each: note, and the interest t ti ;; his custody or possession any blank note or I take again; the road back to Paiis, I: then S.I whim attempt to lift her up by "n the steamer Poin c. Capt. Tralhen.
after the similitude
ihtch i may be due .ihercon the time of picL ; )'- notes (engraved and printed and have the infinite honour to he ) our very the waist, which sho resisted, still holding We have obtained a copy of the talk to
of aforesaid] with in TAKE CARE GIRLS.A .
,," For thi reimbursement, at the time any notes issued as humble servant." fist: to the iron rails, and uttering the most: be delivered to the Seminoles, and insert it

d timcI herein* the faith of the tent to use such blanks, or cause or suffer the I In fact, we saw him dcpoMte himself upon Herring screams. He at last succeeded' in father at the West has found a new wayto below.! It contains sentiments highly hon-
t-peeified, ,
oiled Slates same to bo used in forging or counterfeitingany iho impcriale of the diligence. I solved theenigma. lifting her up to the top of Ihe railing; the1)eOIhe keep daughters to their promises, and a orable to the influential Cherokee who penn-
[ is hereby .solemnly; pl1.dcd.SEC ;
of the issued aforesaid shall lover has learned method to the
notes as ; or a new right
| 3. And be it further enacted, That This was a m nval, to whom the fair ; at the Observatory, hearing the cries, .d it, shewing that be understands the pecu:
.'hi "hahe\\ have in his custody] or possession any paper; lady had given a description' of her int'-nded. hastened to the scene, but not in time to save wrengs of the slighted without recourse to liar situation in which the aboroginal of the
Treal'iury' notes ; (pn-p-ued ) of and similar law xvill be the notice
t.drr the direction (If the Secrelery of 1 I the : adapted to tie making notes, Need I arid! that he won the lady in question the victim; he no sooner heard their foot as seen by following country are placed, and properly estates

['''Usury, and shall: be signed: on Lt hall of I to the piper upon which any such notes shall I ? Alitr the honey-moon, I learned that sleps[ than, with a jerk, he hurled her into the from a Cincinnati paper: l he good feelings entertained by goyero-

Cniicd State, by the Treasurer ll.eivi.f, 110\( been j.UCI), with intent to use such paper the dead-shot had encountered the crest- depths below; for a moment he steadfastly I, the undersigned, declare having givenmy ment towards them. We reiterate the hop

[4 countc ..i tu-d by the Register of the I or cause or suffer the same to be used in fallen suitor in Paris, and said to him, regarded the body of tho unfjrlunate lady as consent to Mr. Francois Valet, for his that the mediation may be successful ;

jposury; and that those officers respcclixc- |, forging or counterfeiting any" of the notes is- "1 wager thai ) ou return to Fontainbleu." it whirled.round in the air, and fell upon the union with my daughter, Young, and while we feel the strongest indignation at
i sued! as aforesaid such being that she herself had given him her faith, but
''abU, as checks upon each other, and to ; c\'ef' person And the fat, red-faced, man returned accordingly ground a disfigured mass; and then with iip'g1 the outrages that have been committed by
thereof bad
convicted] by ( course of law. that by her having received some advice,
hal have desire that their
and demoniacal those who these we no
Iur j the public safely Keep separate, full, a ; laugh at savages
be sentenced to be and kept to she has changed her notions and refused the
Wiccurate accounts of the number djtc, I imprisoned, wore on the point seizing him, he cleared blood should be shed, if it is possible to a-
ham U labor, f.Jr. a term not less than three nor hand of Mr. Vallet without any legitimatecause.
[Domination, and amount olthe notesi :nI \. i the harder, between him and elcri.it) ; hut a void proceeding to such an extremity.To .
;' I more than; ten year?, and] fined in a sum not From the Paris Sunbeam. It is for this reason that I submit this
nd I Providence ordain d he should suffer Headmen and Warrior
countersigned by them lej-pcctix'ely; ;. just ; that the Chiefs, oft
i rxccodini five thousand' tiollars.Sic. GOING A FISHING.Mr. notice to the public, as a reparation for any
tth I for Ins double crime he fell Seminolcs of Florida.I .
said accounts shall bo cnrel'nllv acutely ; upona
prey 12.: Fitz- mischief that Mr. and
it to
\nllH further enacted), That Fitzgig was a valiant bachelor; Mr. might happen Valet,
tied and )iuniHc of rock and there iiii- in the came of the Cherokee
| file in the Uepirij pointed : a
on Treasury | you
the Secretary of the Treasury be, and i ii isI made a.%Irs. Fitzgig of Miss. Serena I'ump. to ]let him know that I regret very the
Ill gig
j '; and, also, himilir;i necounts, kjt and} 1 hereby, authorized to make: and from |).iliJ and writhing, the wretched man hung: alliance did not take placr. Nation, a* its principal Chief, and with

tacivcd iu the same manner of all iho said, I time to time, such instructionsrulesand!i.uC, The marriage no tsr will mike you fret, for lear) a liuUll'; graduLly; his hold relaxed JAMES YOUNG. the feelings of a brother, hold out to you the
[ redeemed the shall be i I regulations .7nd a wayward wife will tame you yet. his joints he fuh heavily hand friendship. I am of the Aboriginalrace
as -illllt return to the several collectors, receivers of manifestation of 'II't. al,1 Bayon Mallet, Sept. 18th, 1837.
74canccllcd and the Treasuier shall I Mr. Fitzgig had seen a aooul ten yards from the body of his \vile.- of the red man, of.tbis great IIua.
;
public money, depositories, arid] others: who for
al Miss Serena Tump's energies;
Scraphina
1 *ccount quartcily for all such notes I be authorized Those that ran; to I the lady whei. sh- fell, only in the and so are you.
may to receive Treasury the There can be no dependence put
-
I wetrA tlJ sail he xvas present xvhcn she took a cat by heard her lhe words '< God, I The which leads from councilfire
It to him for issued l by the behalf it-peal .e path my
signature or : notes on aHil as agents in any which had scratched her, whirling it two \y mal ks affectionate love that may hereafterbe
uer. The Treasuier and He{ inttr of for the United tai, am mnoi'ent !" On mq-iiry, it been ascertained Miss to that of yours is a long one, and there
: capacity Stalls as to the safekeeping or three times round her head, and) slung it shown to any one by Mclaine. Young,
treasury are hereby authorised, by and disposition, rt'tl, and I cancelling and the window lint i they arrived at the Gloucester because she swore love to me more than one has been no intercourse between us. My
.the consent and Jf the Sec- of said whizzing crashing through hold the night before, from ; but all month native language is different from that of
approbation ( notes so paid to and received! by them into rime street. The lover however, nothing 11/101 thousand times in a bnt as the time

1 7 Jrfhc Treasury, to employ such ad- respectively, and as to their arrnu its and returns doubted of )his ability to make a good wife of alleinpts to discover the name or address ofihe for her to unite herself with me approached, yours, and we are strangers to each other.

1 temporary cleiku as the duties en- to the Department of all such receipts Miss Scraphina tai ties his proved .mtiom tjv. she recalled all her promises, and would not Yet the time was, when eur ancestors once

r' upon them by thin Kection may ren. I as may seem to him best calculated to promote Rut what i is th--rc by sea or land, realise them.I smoked the pipe of peace together, therefore

DtCtllliary: : : Pro, ..ded. Said number hhall the public interests and convenience, That ran a wayward woman stand The Queen's reception at Ilrighton.-The give thisTiotice to the public so as to keep, I ask you to listen to my talk. Do not let

[ exceed four, and with a salary of not and secure the United States and the holders Alas, for Fitzgig! Fieryladios may be beautiful accession of a beautiful young girl to the in future, any honest man from being duped my words enter into one ear and pass

"el tItan at the rate Ixvclve hundred dII.lo of the s-iid notes against frauds and losses: -so many a kicking pony-but tame throne of England, appears to have brought by the perfidy of Miss Melaine Young. through the other like the listless wind but

cacti per 1111111111I.C. I Provided, That nothing herein containedshall them ifyou can. into pkiy Itt England all time finer feelings of FRANCOIS V ALI ET. receive them (firmly into your hears beuse

4. And hc it further! enacted, That be so construed as to authorize the Sec- Fitzgig, in two xveeks, was metamorphosed the people. John Hull I, no longet gruni and Point Noire, 18th September, 1837. they emanate from the purest feelings of my

tertiary of the Trea.;ury i is hereby au- retary of the Treasury to reissue any of said into 'only my husband.' lie strugtd''d hard; gruH', hut "capering nimbly in :lady's chamber own heart fOI your welfare.

cd, with the approbation, of ihe Prcsi- notes, but upon the return of the said notes, but who can resist his fate ," manifests (he most sentimental; lender Origin of the word Ireland. The nativesof Brothers, listen I have beard of the

c' Uie United States, lo cause tu be isblurb or any of them, to the Treasury, the same 'I'm going out of town a fishing to-morrow, ness possible to think ul: When Victoria this Island: called Erin or West, and gloom which overspreads your, land of the

portion of the said Treasury notes shall be cancelled. my dear,' said Fitzgig as he buckled on his .nine to Brighton, there was an immense Saxons gave it the name i of Iron landt or Erin loud mutterings of the big gun, and the shrill

,\\1 resident may think expedient, inne1.ut SEC. 13. And bo it further enacted, That stock Lefor { morning!; 'but Il throng. A f.hl.1 of dahihiasund other fljwers\ landt-literally the country of Iron or Erin. echo of the war whoop, of the hostile blow

: ofdehts due by the United SlateK it shal be, and hereby is, made time duty of be Lack, my darling, soon the next-dIY.' wer thrown over the sheets-two young From Iron landt came Ireland, which signifies which has been struck between yen and our

public redilors or other persons as Secretary of the Treasury to cause a you wont, my,* love shrieked Mrs. Fitz girls, in fact,walked 130 miles to see her, and land or country of the west. This Island, white brethren This is bad news, and it

Hooose n to receive such notes in payafureaid statement be published monthly, of the amount gig.assho satbolt upright in the Lcd;'(see how the utmost enthusiasm was exhibited, by the was colonized says Camden, in the year 79 makes: me feel sorry. Perhaps you may

111r'1 : nt par. And the Secie'rca&unj of al t'Treasury notes issued or redeemed it is-jired of your who already; yes-tired! waving; of handkerchiefs, cheers, music: &c. by Partholanus a lineal desendant of Japeth have heard that the Cherokees are Uo in
he i is! further authorised I tired! The finest was an immense arch overtime trouble about their own lands ; this ii frue, ,
kl pursuance of the provisions of say ihir.g son of Noah, being the seventh from Japoth.

lied' PP'ohation' oflhe ]President of the this act; and that the power to issue Treasury So Mrs. Fitzgig sprang out of her nest,I entrances of the amphitheatre, erected Other authors say it was colonized by the but I have spoken to my people, and 'tey

IInd Iatc8, to burrow, from lime to time, note, conferred on the President of the lifted up a pitcher of water, and smashed i it near thu palace for her reception. These Phoenicians and called 'Hidernia' or "Iberian : have listened. I told them to

'tb'; par, <:-hMjms. as the President, United States by thi. act, shall cease and determine all to pieces on the floor. t were beautiful, hung with thu rich evergreens ," from a Phoenician word signifying "far, language of President Washington and his-
Ink
bold fast
aDd thtt
expedient. on the credit of such on the thirty-fust day of December, Filz repeated in tremulous tones, 'I'm on\j'\ flowers from noblemen's gardens, ther habitation," at that time not being ableto I illustrious succeSOI to mutual t

I eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. going a fishing!! &c. in which all England abound Shoutrent find any island west of Colubia 8fy. faith treaties, which b CODaf.LOmDN ,



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c- \ ; .-:." .''
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,
have been pledged! between ,:
solemnly
; our mend to AiY
Nntiou and the United States, that the law of your friendly rccppiiontliWossen- LOUISIANA. bill was taken up at the next session and I Y'ou will require of every person applying : r represent that 1 tO hundred
and) trenlit' (or the security and protectionof gels the peace,hand who of in my name, tfW ofier t"the 17th December 1810, the Legislature ) : passed the House, but was finally lost by the to enter a tract by means of a float, previous ttsh province have volunteered men of th.*

our right:: were the only weapons with you of right I friendship nnd the pipe of the Territory of Orleans lrente disagreement of the two Houses on the to permitting the entry, to file his own affidavit "poaceably if they can forcibly if the r
pence, which' trust will *
\ lC
accepted and her application for admission into that the same i is vacant If the
which we must defend them, that if it had smoked with question afslavery. unimprovedland yeomanry of Maine look I3*
l lrn our minfortunc to flu wrongs from the them and our white brethren. as a State. It was referred to a select com In December 1819, memorials from the ; that there is not any cultivation, improvement and permit' this to be done without r,,i*

ilie hands! of our white brethren, w: should be May with great Author of human existence, mittee. legislature unc people! of lIsour were or occupancy thorcoa which i is: to prevent it, ,I we can say is,tlaye6o
;i.ot. despair: of having justirc still extended' you in your deliberations uuJ give On the 27th December 1810, the committee presented, pinjir.g for which rhimed by any person whomsoever. or, it change places with the Indians who 6"tl!l
..- t by the United States. Brothers I to you wisdom and H pure heart to decide righteously reported a [bill authorizing a conventionto were referred to r. select committee, and on claimed by any other person or persons that gone west of the They h'i'
ii the beloved city where Father, am now for the future prosperity: mid happiucssof form a Constitution and Stale government; the 9th Der. 18 1 9. a bill was reported authorizing he has the written consent of all the persons suited to tho soil of freedom, and then' J0
President our the your Nation, is the suiTro priyorof your which passed both Houses, and became a law her to form a constitution and for having any such claim ; which affidavit rUt they omigrate the better.-Boston UIC
of the United States is 2%
seated friend
Ilnll and elder brother. on the 20th February 1611.! admission-after much debute and proceeding also be corrnboiated, in all its allegations, t.
< his great councils uie held. I have with (Sigui-i!) KOO\VESKOO\VK, The convention formed a constitutj-jn on this bill parsed both Houses during thesession. by such substantial witnesses (who must On the 2d inat. Gen. Smith,
mo a delegation! of chosen men sent by the I alias 10a1' ROSS. time 22d of Januaiy l 1ST.!; and on the .tlof state their means information) n!shall entirely of 250 volunteers departed for n the tk
Council of my Nation for ths purpose &f en- i I IPasiiinglnn!. City' October IS, 1837-: March ISI 1:2
it was laid before Congress by [I was at this session that the great con satisfy you that the same i is truo in war in Florida. He expects there
(!i.avoring: to settle all our dittcrcncrs with: i I Brothers! we have heard the tall of our the President cf the U. $., and was leferrcd troversy commenced. about slavery. in Mis, every particular; otherwise. you will refuse I five companies raised t to
our white brethren upon peaceable and j!: chief to ) ou. it is a good t4lk.'e hope to a select committee.On sour] to permit the entry. native city, to be pl&ced t Pmlaelpbia.

t friendly terms. I }">u will receive it iu the lIne: bpirit of l kind the I IGlh of March 1S12, the committee : November 1620! her constitution was You will require the floating right to be : The union of these two divisions tvjjt 1
Since our arrival here vo hr.vo mrl with ness-j which it is offcrl.d-aud that the reported a bill for the admission of the laid befoie Congress nnd referred to a select entered at the same time with tho original quite a respectable battalion, which

delegations\! : of red men from evc-.rsl! of the I 'loud: which Inngs over you nv y be dispersed ; Territory of Orleans into the Union under I committee, and on the 23d Nov. same year, pre-emption, and will forward all the proofs strengthened stil more by recruits from is t'

Northern tribes. Among them \VR have seen !. that you will! have a clear! sky and a bright i I. name of i lie. St.m to of Louisiana. This I I the committee made a report, accompanied and affidavits to this office as usual :, city, where rendezvous will co

Ulack I Hawk, of whom you may have heard !. Min t to beam' upon your women and childun; 'I'j.i bill passed into a law on the Sth of April fol! I I by a juint resolution, declaring her admission. I have also' to advisu'you :, which pen for enlstmcnt for some tme. ,or at I li
something! they have all come on a peacea- to invigorate the gumlh I of the future welfare lowing. This resolution, after much debate, wero not public lands on the 19th day of till the complement of men is full v
!,!e mission! to the Government of the United and. happiness of your nation, is the wish;! of i I j I does not appear that a census of the was finally laid on the table, and on &the 22n June, Ife34, as well as those which on that success crown their privations. and soft//
SIII es in relation to the arT.tira of their res- your sincere Brotheis of the Cherokee Territory: of Oi leans the reserved sale for tho
DccI'I' accompanied application Feb. 182I.Mr Clay's celebrated proposition. day, were from use of tugs*, and tho honour of having termiujJ
|Htive Nation. Brothers, I have: shaken Cation, who join() their chief in of the Legislature in December 1610: for a joint committee to settle the controversy I the United Stales, or for any of the Statcs victoriously a disastrous war, be the |!!
:tile hands III'tur elder btolher, the Secretary you the hand of friendship. I for admission into the Union; but, at the I respecting thi' adriiion.of Missouri, : or Territories, or which were reserved from I their perils and labors. Gen. Smith fr

,.f War, and of our father, the President Signed, R. TAYLOR, I lime the act authorizing a convention to forma was brought forward and instantly adopted sale by act of Cwngress," or by order of with him the admiration: and best wi'shei-i cirri

.ift-! .. United Slate.*, and) talked: with them. KDWAliU GUNTIIU, constitution! passed, the third general! ceu- :by the two Houses, and tbe committee was the President," or which were "appropriated his fellow citizens, who will watch theeTent G!
I told our elder brother, that it grieved my JAS. BROWN) .sus 1'1 the LT. S. lad! been taken, and from I appointed by btillut. The committee, on l for any purpose whatever," are not liable to of the ensuing campaign with the de*
!-
heart: ]to hear of the shedding of blood bctrtveii SAML.:\ OUH (; u;,'!'En, it, number of inhabitants of the Territory the 26th Feb. 1821, reported another resolution be entered by authority of any provision of (crest, for. the reason. that he is to act

; our! white and red brethicn. the Sem- ELIJAH HICKS, was ascertained. But it should be remembered for the admission of Missouri. on constitution the pre-emption acts of 1830: and 1S34, although spicuous part in it.-.von ul. al
mUt'S, and; asked him if it could not he Mopp- SILEWAKEE: :, A'his mark, that, by the terms of the treatyof ; which resolution passed into a law the same land, since that time, may

l'l l uvJ healed by the balm of peace ; he WHITE I PATH, X .!o. do. cession of Louisiana of the 30th of April on the 2d March 1S21. This condition was have been acquired by Indian treaty, surveyed Col Nelson i few days since armed '
j.I :,;.,:. !y replied yes, nnd s.u'd that he had: \licnnupy.Phalip: Coaeocho or WildCat 1803, IK) specific numbers were required to complied with by the legislature! of Missourion and brought into tnaikct under other laws, vicinity with about 1200 men under bit m
i.o J i.:>iulo shed the blood of I the red men, Osccola Po.vvl, and othois 1 of ihfi chiefs authorize the admission ol any portion of the 21st June 1321, and the State was finally or although the then existing reservation or command, destined for the Florida aertict.
,,i.- U ua" the wibh of his heart to treat them and warriors of the Seminalus of Florida.Fion the reded Territory into the Union as a and fully admitted.into the Union, byProclamation I appropriation may have been since that date A resolution was introduced in the Houj.

u.l! ivitli! kjfuinese and liberal justice, and as- -- --- S lato. of the President of the I U. S. repealed. on Saturday, authorizing the Governor

r.urrd: : ne that| such were the feelings of the Charleston( :\1 crcIry: on tho 10th August 1821.ARKANSAS.. Sundry inquiricajiave been recently made advance $15,000 purpose of dcfa.1.
President towauls' them, hut that the ( ov- LATEST FROM FLORIDA. INDIANA.In 1 I respecting the construction of an act of Congress ing their expenses to the place where the?

.*runt<-nt could not take any steps in youi'iTimr The schooner iMrana, Capt. SWASEV, December 1815, the Territory of Indiana i approved May 26, 1624, entitled "An can be mustered into the service of thet.
{ |] 5 which.may be interpreted into an act( arrived at this port yesterday morning morn- applied for admission into tho Union, as On the 17th Dec. 1833: : a resolution was act granting to the counties or parishes of States.-Milledgtville Journal.
'Irc'<;kncSJ. Yet, if your people desire ing from St. ustine-by which arrival we a Stale, through her legislature, and sent a offered by the delegate, to inquire into the I each Stale and Territory of the United
...':uctf, and would lay aside your warlike Zit.a"h' have received the following intelli cl'\cc.\ census, taken: under Territorial authority; propriety admitting the Territory into the States in which the public lands are situated Capt. Murphy, of the brig Dido,

: and come in, that a treaty of peace On Monday night 6th inst. Brijj. Gen. which application was referred to a select; Union as a State-March llth, 1834, report the right of pre-emption to quarter sections at Baltimore from Havana, reports t are
M'.iuMbe negotiated with you, under the auiii Hernandez, with his forces, returned to St. Co tfl ill j It cc. committee that it was not expedientat of land, for scats justice within the same." Urtlsh cruisers had taken possesiol thj

;.ly of the President of the United Slates, Augustine from another successful! expedition On the 5lh January 1816, a Lil was repor- that time, but that a census ought to betaken I annex the opinion of the Solicitor of this islands of Key Sal and Aguilla, and tnm.
nn.l that a veil shall be thrown over every to Spring Garden, which) resulted! in the! cap- ted to authorize time flflliol ol a constitution for which a bill was reported, but never office for your information and observance.I ported the natives. to Havana. Thejluj

thin i th.it! has'taken place during: the war:, turn of fifty throe fUIiauanll: the K.Tdj.inie \ and state government, which became a acted. In the summer of 1835, the leg- I have to request that you will, without delay also captured a Spanish government packet
Ia ::,ai tlu-.y! may be covered, arid never ret t (sixteen nr:-'rrn sive.; Twenty of tlnM.are' i law on Ihe! 19th of April 1816. islative council of the Territory assembled! a make the report suggested in the last with slaves on board,bound from Poto1
in '::;jm:od or revenged. That you, O"co.1 warriors, am.jnir) whom! : an thy eldest! and( I In December 1 S I 6, the constitution was convention which formed a constitution, Without clause of the opinion. to Havana, and taken her ,
!'I i'.twi-ll, and all'; others, who inuyruvu; ell youngest( sons' Ol' !-iiIftY J'hiliip.!! lid: before congress, re>ointion authorizing the authority of Congress; and, on the 1st I am, very respectfully hoisting the British flag on her. The Go.
<.j"-id.red as principal actors in the conihct We l JeAn) that! : a dld'of! : tiia! Tallahassee! : the adlisstl: of the Territory into the :March ItfJli: that convention: sent a memorial Gt'ltiemcnlr obedient servant. vernor ordered it to be lowered, and i tfo

-,ii .1!lI! be received into equ.il favor and pr- Indians, was capturr.l!\ I a I few ilnys j previous,! I' Union i as a State, was I:1iuI'i iat&; 'IJ L reported to Congress: accompanied by the constitution JAS.MHTCOM: l 15Commissioner. Spanish hoisted in its place, which was al

-.,i-tion, with all the Scnjitioles, in: the truatyj' near Tampa; Bay. I Jc:1'0: run down by by 'lie .select committee to which the asking for admission. On the 3d of I The Register of the Land Office, and Receiver ternately done four times, which produce4much
,; peace: toseo: !: discovered L iii.n.tJjn. 1 l'IJItitlul was rcfrired, and which passed March 1J Brothers, I have truly related to you, v-htt 1. ;: .Izsur! !had! returned; to .St. Augus- both houses of Congress, and became a law taken in I 18:3'3: was laid before Congress. Florida. a large ship of the line as a receiving ihip

ha.j been said to me by cur elder: brother! tine.We I. on iho llth 1 (,1 I December) 1810 On tIme -1st March lo'lG' n bill v.-na reported for slaves with a black crew, which al*

>iiiu: rcpivscnts our father: tho President: of
.te United States, in relation to your nation. :Monrou i: : ( will'! bis re-established! during tba i en- 'I MISSISSIPPI.In [ was not acted on, but a bill pJ'c time senate_ I the past week! the transactions from warehouses -
i uelicvu his words to have been uttered I suin:: v.-ot'k.! under command: of Col.! I Hartley.Tiie ( Drrcmbet J Si 1 the delegate in COU tier the same object on the April I loob; I have been to a limited extent-but Mrs. Foid,an aged lady of HamdenC

uith! a sincere !h;!ait. I have: therefore prof-! roail": order! ,! by C/en. JE.SIT to ba : gress moved an impi-ry] into tin propriety ol \lich finally passed! into a law on time, 15th from wagons they have beer fair, as nearlyall tad her hand severely bitten by a bat,a s
tu\'td l to becomo mediator for the restoration: cut from: Fort I Hanson 1: and the! biuliest! navigable admitting the Ti-mtory a S a state, awl a select J une IrvJO( and :rkiHI .wac admitted into : that has arrived has met with ready sale. time since, which caused her death ia a re
"f Lt.lCC and friendship between you: and I point; "
;.":1' n-Jjitft brrihren and I rejoice in lulling; i tfy Lt. Whiti.-hnr-t, and suppli; are now reeL |! f tin orihly on t-e) proposition. The i of the year and unless they inprove for the ness were not unlike those of hydrophoba;
yju t';.lt it has boeti accepted. Brothers, 1ir. I iVe1] fr.ja(;al'Y" Ferry by 'lhat officer\\\ \report was not acted on.In MICHIGAN.In : next two weeks, will bo at the end of the so says the Palladium. The bat Sew ott
: ; \"'
::o<.jio, to inform them of all this. I have: di- AUOI.'STI.NE, Nov. 7. iii ole application! for ad,ls: iln. The egislative council f for admission( and on the bales! less than at the same time last year. deavoring to detach it. Mrs. F. receired&a

-ecttj: tuosn: to send four of my tru-l\\nrthy The Sclirs., .\It.liul; Ma:ee, and Oscar, general Cl'I I' or:' 1810, taken under the 1.lib! of March 1SJ1 I, the committee reportcdaainst \r c continue to quote old 6 a 9 1-2 cent ; wound. ___ [Bridgeport Farmer.
ana: confidential men, wih: an interpreter; togo Buckingham, and Stamtl.t: Florida, Nock, j law l thlrizilg the 3d census of Limo .U. S. admission: but presented i bill for ta- new 9 a 10 1-4-in square bales: of primeclualih'
ju iiussengtM's of )It'aCI', and: i nlhwith with provisions and troops sailed! this morning ': was referred to in the applicat! iou. A hil I linr a census, which bill, however, was not 10 1-2 cents. The following information from the Lea-

bear: you tiiis talk.. i trustn..< will take! for Mosquito. TIl. Florid-: to-.vi-J the i iMedium was repotted fu the I Dec. 17, 1 8 1, ute'd upon. In I 1S'J5: ., lie legislative council Exchange-Is. on the decline Checks on don Morning Herald's city article of Octobet
: over the Bar, and returned for the :' and the lurpo3e called r.mvention. which formed a con- 4th, is considerable interest to the mercav
tho.m 'by tin: Ii tnd, ami Sl\I'i the! pipe ofl ) pusscd lI"e .1 'tcprescntatives, a the North can now be purchased at 3 1-4 a
,r",'hf-iiv. {,B.I.:! !;il' with th.'in. I will! tell Oscar, but in consequence of a high sea caused but was postponed! in the Senate in April titution, without law of CongrrlS-0n the 3 1-2 .ncr cent. tie community:
y 4)tA jii.'U: nanio.4 : 'lYkjii-.krh, alias I H[; irOouraJ. by the flood tide and north east wind!, it 1812. Wll Dec. 1S3.;the constitution was laid be. (Hy the ExpressTail) commercial money-market contaaa
\ Ta.krlijoe! all is Jf.s.su l>u.-!hey- was impossible! to get over. The Florida!lias: j jrctuinad In February 1 15, the b-gislntive council! :bio Congress' t)\the President of the U. S. NEW ORLKANS, Nov. 11.-Remarks very easy, and for the present all apprl

LL1 Go.-a'li-i.ili l. aln,,. Htrh.ird ;lAdd.! *, Ah4ttthatMvi.tti ] to town; the Oscar lies at the quarantine ;! i again made application I t f:>r :idmi.-i Icn-no vitli the apjv'ication of tlc convention for theadmission -The return of our citizens, the great influx sion upon the question of tie taking up !
]! ":'i-1* Tu'MiMS Redwood, and ground. Gen. Hernandez accompanies :I IWn census accompanied this application ol" Michigan into the U I i'H. Tie of! strangers, and the arrival of vessels and guaranty notes of the parties who became securities

i.leu: i tU'i [ip'tof, TeUSikdhuuitiiiui! I, alias tho the expedition.--Herald.! I and on the 23d; Fob. 1815, a hil \vus rcportr subject "'a3 referred to the committee on steamboats &t the Levee carry a very ani- of the Bank of England directoDO
i'..u I'?.. We have procured a copy of Gen. Her- l for the purpose. Thi- !il was oot DOted .niliYiary. mated Bpponrans throughout the city ; and account of tbeir late advances to thf sioptfr
They go under th, sanction and protection naiueKz'* order. announcing the success to time upon.In [A census :s taken by direction of the hotels and boarding houses, are fast filling ded American mercantile firms, has been&I
.
of his command, which has been egislativc! council the number cf inhabi but the It has stated that hints ,
f.f your Father, the President of the United troops promulgated December 1s15. another application -- I up, strangers coming in are not tho sipated. been nrt
Static: und they are aTompanted by a at all the posts east of the St. Johns.NEW \v2* made for admisiol by the le ilalvl ants greatly: exceeded what the law required.] kind which contribute much towards:increasing given to the guaranties nearly a fortnight
epeiul I4lIE.{ .. ") the 2J March 183j( a bill was business but few that if it convenient
f Col. Shebome who is sent council, but no census accompanied it, nor n reported purchasers have come were not exactly 1 redeem
l.v out fto: i a this city for tb"t 1.ry ST. .AUGUSTINE, Nov. 2d, ls'37. | inhabitant On the 29lh Dec. 1815, a bill: )'junJaryc-, which was nut fU!hcr acted with exception of retails, in which there day that they had giveu, the dlrecticawuld Brothers hands nurpusp.clean, and Orders No. 1. ] I' was repotted for the admission. appears to be a fair business wing, par.icu renew them for three months. la mo&
are they on.A
been my st..iacJ'li blood Part 1. Brig. Gen. Hernandez announces In December 18IG, the legislative council bill from the Senate for her admission larly in dry goods. Sales with few exceptions instances, if we are corrrectly inform tbe
.tiv,'. never offered to arrest: the l your lifted wua.-. to the troops of bis division the success of time 1 applied! for admission; the applicat.on was >assed-rh April, I 165M5: and! passed into a are for city consumption.A guaranties have been liquidated wher i

" tod between, red and S'fI'%whit biother.for : by himself, under the orders of .Ma Dec. 1810, a bill was reported in the House itional. The condition related to the : a number of boats to pass, but their them, we understand that it has been prompt!
sake of a : and !dlilln I !bexh jur General Jcsup, which has resulted in-the of Ut-prestntalives for the admission of the dary. It was complied with by :Iicli an. (cargoes are generally very small, conse.- ly agreed to on the part of the Bank of EJf
'>"e your wo-.nen b.iuJj, from- capture of fifty-three Indians, and in the res- I Territory into the Uni n as a Slale. This On the 26th January 1S37, the Territory quently price-, of Western produce still keep.up land. So far, alll: this i is very satisfactoj,
< '': you nut to push avvay nw ; : cue of sixteen,negro slaves, the property of bill was not acted upon. vas finally and fully admitted into the Union and holders a* 'firm at our quoted rate since it proves that the Bank has confident!
(bark '
v 4U, nor to turn your ; upon ')': our citizens; a total of sixty nine 11-1 the is a State; a bill which originated in the, Senate From the latest accounts {here was five feet in the present general! state of conimertal
makl"t same ((1816-7)) a bul was
I th of truth! tli.il: I scsiol
tell In .
'i language ; \ ,
you hanS and f whom twenty-two! having passed both Houses of Congressfor credit, as well as in the guaranties of the fins
h i.'c no other inlerc. in tlii.s m<>ili ition i thant reported in the Senate, to admit: the cs- water in the Ohio. which have It rnajfc
IiilianVarriors..
tern division of ihe into the Union that pupose.In The money market wains about the suspended payment.
which the of Territory
: <' common good nunki.id.. blosiings Tlie: Gari'-ral returns In? thanks to Iajtrtsiiy as a Slate. This bill was taken in theHouse i[: Louisiana the regular census was taken! same, for first rate paper; it con readily be inferred that thc directors arc also satbfid
;i'-icc bustow on an-i I Ihls'mI, up in 16-10 in tho of Orleans and with the. which the houses alluded I
Capt.; : to tie officers I of and and Territory obtained at about 1 1-4 cent month. steps
I do.he i ; $ton ;<> inquire who has boen i in: Representatives\ pas.-ed per per have taken the claims ties
and} of the several hews culTicicnt number author- to liquidate
throw men companies\ : of their! bvcame: a law on the 3d of March 1817. : <1 people I The weather throughout the week has upon
;.iult nor to 1Jc! ;.ne" op ,n you or our I and this renewed the parti
commands the: election of in to disposition on
who the
composed t a
espectivo iz representive Congress been believe the
I In December IS 17, her eoi .-titul ion wa<; warm and pl asct ; we .
brethren for whit h It I
d t.k.ti
:.tc m place. the bank them as-
assist
ibis the ratio fixed law. to we
tnj.ipscf evpedilion( as well as lo Ass.'t.Surgeon : by ] has if may pretty
laid beforecongress, and she was admitted u'J I Epidemic not quite diappearct
H enough fur me to h..ar ihit our while br<'- n'arly attribute the
\ JOS. WHITE. aspect
for easy
their tainly
Forry conduct present o(1
goj.l into the Union by joint resolution, which 11 Cotton. There has been a t fair demand!
Ibren < that: linn do not desire de. market. In fact the bank
ay your ---
the whole! of money I ,
throughout it. ( the last lour but in the fore of dir
I passed both c:) of on the 10th days pait
ftru-.iion. and tint they ure willing! t') npgoiate Tho General f'c. himself called; on in an lou Cungrcss CIRCULAR I the o week there were little enquiry, and tbeI I could not well adopt any other course fi>
;- :V(>ac8 and friendship with you, and to especial : to the yf Dec. 1817. To Registers and lice fivers of the U. S. I out detriment to their own interests, a fi
; ..lItic evils! which have : mlHr bravery pri-I'j Three of the bills repotted in time House sales :mal, the transactions of the week arc
Iatg.! t ; transpired Le' vate Joseph Sancln-7 of Capt. 1 1 I Land Ojfices.CiENEKAt. i as those of the commercial community ia go-
,
I'.\e:-ta: \.;'u 311<\ I ihem, th.il you may beroafter (Company of E i't Flori-l.i Volunteers, who I Iin of Representatives: parsed ,that I House be- L\NU OFFICE, however small, compared bales with last season, I eral!, notwithstanding, it i is still the opinini
ii'tlil euh; : other more firmly by the hand uf f fbrotuurJy advance of the onI'by fun the final passage, by the Iwo 1 Housed, October 11, 1837. }) amounting to only 77.5 ,, comprising \ many men less that they seriously
troops accompanied 75 bales 11 1-2 820 at 11
ot'lhe bill uiiiier wbich i at ; ;
Mississippi
love.iioth the guides the two Indian wasevenually Gentlemen: Any pre-emption claim arisng :15ISSlppl milted themselves by taking up those firms a
pursued
Indi.l 3-1 620 8
10at 10 : at
{ I will! .lk of the adrnilled. Hut these steadily of -I ; at ; 5-8-1; let them downwithout .
'jis, not .p great warriors, time and eldest sons of bls"cre under the acts Congress approved the first instance. To Df
youngest 240 at 9 461 at S 1-2 57 Louisiana
}>'>.\crof: tho United Suie; Gdvernmont, King Phillip into the to which. they rejected by time senate, on ground July 11, 1832: and Juno ID, 1835: is to be I ; ; 1; any decided or just motive, wo
swamp 16 at 9 1-2 55 Lake at 9 1-4 and 4512
because InON all..boutita well Jdo I thai ibo State would be too large, nor was allowed if without restrictionas ; ; be wickedness
vou to
: as had fled; and there them < duly proved i only adding a very
capturlJ though Miss and La. the g
not
u.r \.111. 1 say any thing to operate; upon repeatedly threatened with the discharge of she admited until a division look place and to the period of the commencement of thesurvey have prices been much transpiredthere -in excess of imprudence. _
)our 1'tt.irs, for I know that a bravuwh i'c.I.! their rules.tI'iiis conduct, the General thinks the Territory Alabama was formed. including such claim, and although I appears to secrecy
the transaction of the week, but the prices
.-n driven to a state of desperation, \v.nild) worthy of the highest praise. such survey may or may not have been fully Swindling-A fellow calling himself C i
have been about with the
.I.ORUde(; under the strong arm of power, The good condnct of tho Indian guides, ALABAMA. completed on or before the 19lh Juno, 1836. upon range salts Woods, by representing himself as a paz
fr than Ji, .1uinkand die the death of ihe coward Blue Snake and Toinoka John, is also deserving In December 1818, a memorial of the Provided, that application for such preemption wo (quote. The sales have been at a reduction ot the firm of Kirtman, Woods 4' Ca,
Bui 1 will !opeak to you with the voice ofI of high reward; for to them is due the legislative council, accompanied with a census right shall be, or shal have been made from the prices of last week of from 3-4 Nashville, $4O0O worth of groceries oi I i
f iut'iiJ and with the voice of of the Territory, taken under Tcrrilori- I to Ic. per lb. This reduction is on qualties he rttf,
: reason advise, mert: of the capture of these Italians without within one year after return of the approved syth & Co. at Louisville, on which
you as a small hut a hjravo people, to act t1ood shed.Iart al authority, was presented to Congress, plat of tho survey, including such hum fair down-good and tine cotton maintain zed $3200 in drafts and decamped. HI;'

the part ole noble race, and at once to throw 3. Officers in command of the several praying for her admission into the Union, claim, to the proper district land office: And out full quotations but of this description represented as being about five feet 9 o
) nuiselves::! upon the magnanimity and jus posts and detachments, will causo these and referred to a select committee in both provided, also, that the tract so claimed we hear of no sale during the wee*.- inches, whiz black hair and eyes.
lice of the American people, for I will again. to be promulgated on parade. By OE. loubel, and ahull not have been entered in the mean time The Exports amount to 16,490 bales against
n'';ent that our elder brother, the Secretary ordr del. March ((2t!) 1819 a law was, passed, I by u third party in accordance with instruc- 31,894 to the same period last season, making JVheat.-The-Baltimore American,of 4

..t} \\ a;. says that tho General Government. JOHN DRYSDALE, authorizing her to form a con"ttuton. Dud tions which existed prior to the reception of a deficiency of 15,404 bales ; the deficiency 13th inst. states that a further rise in the pK
:trdeuly desire to terminate this contest A. A. G. & Brig. Maj. fo her admission, and on the 14th Dec. this circular at your office. coastwise is 9S6 bales, the balanceto of wheat took place on Saturday. Ap '|

without the further effusion of blood and The continued successes of Gen. Hernandez Ibl'J, the was admiiled a* .u State into the The clause in my circular letter ef the 9th foreighn poats. of 1000 to 1200 bushels good red,justlp

that it would: : be gratifying; to all wh8 are ani.iio'voj and the troops under his command arc Union. June last, in these words, "to entitle! the set- ted in the.brig Siegmund Caesar, B
; with kind fvelings towards thuir red I highly cheering, and creditable to himself. tler to the benefit of tho law, it is requisite The J'orth-Easter Boundary Question men, being a'l she brought, was sold at I

brethren, to see you return to the paths: of! May'like successes attend him in all his future ILLINOIS.On that the survey of the township wherein his -Tho apathy General Government, dollars aol ten cents per bushel *'

peace.: That ifyou desire peace, it will! be I operations.-Ibid. the 16th ,January; ISIS, the legislative '''cl';.lim lies, xhould have been iu process of as well'as: the Government of Maine, upon Great Steam Ship.-Vic learn tW

granted you, and that every kindness and! I ._- council iipplicd for :11lssiul; no census accou.panicd I execution! in the field, during the term of the the orth-Eatt.'r Uoundary question-involving new steam ship Natchez, of 900 tons boni*

indulgence in the power of the government 1'rocetdings in Uongrcss: in relation to the the memorial nor had any [been operation of I 1 the act of June: 1 19lh, 1834," i is as it does a tract of land nearly as which is constructing under the directii1!
will be exercised towards you. Brothers: II mlmissiul l.Veio Slates into the Uzion.TENNESSEE. taken. therefore rescindedb; [ :Il without prejudice to large as the whole state of Massachusettsis Captain W. W. Story at the ship y*Jf
listen. Cau you turn a deaf car to such kind On the 23lh January 1318, bill reported I the intervening rights of airy third party as really extraordinary and inexplicable. We Messrs. Rogers Brown and R. Culler. 7

leer.Rgs and generous bentitiKnts, and will ,, authorizing; the formation of a constitution above mentioned. do not understand it. Time was when the side: of the ixusin, is rapidly advancing'0**

you proler P'r war to peace, and: th t utter I loin In February 179:5! a Con\"cntiol in Tennessee and stale government, which became a law The President of tho United Stiles hl repeated imprisonment of nn American citizen pletion. This noble vessel is inte yorkNatclmez.Savanr.ah
of your pebple.to their welfare and !happiness: ? I formed a constitution and form of State on the I8h: April 1818.It directed that, until the further action of Con acting under the authority of a sovereignslate ply between the cities of New u

I cannot and will not believe it. As to the Government and applied for admission into appears that when the legislative council gress thereon, the rights tf 'pre-emption of by tho minions of a foreign power, Georgian.-

terni-s upon which your treaty of peace shall the! Union.-This convention assembled under d iho Territory applied fur admission, a eighty acres of land elsewhere," (usually would have thrilled throughout the land, and TILE SUSQUIIANLAs .

be negotiated, I have nothing" to say-that: territorial authority only-tln> territory census had bout ordered by the conncil, but called "floating rights,") granted by the second roused to the quick every feeling of national believed fiom the beginning tr
we
ia a matter to bo agreed upon between you being known at that time, by the appellation which had not been competed1Hn! the ap section of the act of Congress approved pride and national patriotism. Time was will turn out a hoax.. )e
piracy
L. of such
who would! be guilty trBln
I h-vu l Wen assured however, by tlu .Serre- ken by the Territory accompanied the application the forming a State (government provides, and continued by the act approved Juno 19, have felt such an indignity as an insult offered of the as to f\ic3
,;iiry of \ tar, that you shall! bu liberally! com which was communicated to Congress that it thal nol take place if the cnumtra- 1634, and wbich also, as you were informedby to himself, and resented it in tho stern feelings community, eroit
such deserve the '
pcr: -:tnJ r r'a.ny losses or injuries you mil) thiougji the President of the U. S. on the tith lion, going on, shall shew less than 40, my circular of Juno 9, 1837, i is, for certain language of wounded prido and conscious sion and 1 story, The(state or! i1
hive: sustained by the injustice of your white of ylpril 1.90.) OCO souls. That number was found-the purposes therein slated, still in force, honor. But the limes. have changed. The punishment.which the many foe
brehrt'ItJ and further, tint after peace and I On tin: 1-th of April I7DG) a committee of contitutiunus formed, nnd laid before shall bo restricted in their location to unimproved political parties in this country are so intent nnd suspense into : have J
the
those board
friendship ebull have been. 121 ore J, should! the house of Representatives reported; \'or- Congress, and the Slate admitted by joint and vacant public land. upon watching each other, that they have no on Susquehanni
you desire to send a delegation to-pay a \i-Jit i ably on the application, which report was adopted resolution on the 3d Doc. l W.lISS0UHl You aie therefore instructed not to permitthe lime to watch tho mo\'cment. of their neigh- i is inconceivably: painful.The informati. '.

to your father, thu President of the United by the JIoieon the Gth of May 170. entry, by virtue of a "floating right," of boura. If they would adjourn the questionof Chaileston annexed Patriot Sunday last f, ,r
Slate, for the purpose of getting i: any business On tho 5th May 170(5( a committee any tract ga which there is a cultivation, Improvement m and democracy for six months orso
confirmed, which may be ngreed upon Senate also reported on the application-this In 1816, memtrials were presented from settlement, or occupant, unless ,whig the meantime settle the boundary far to relieve the public schooner anxiety.Planet Sa
Arrived
between you and his com:Iistii..nen;,tbllt youshall'bo I report was adverse, but on the ilGth( of May ih'j peoplo of Missouri: for admi :ion, which, the owner flf iho float shall first produce to question, they might afterwards fight; their N York yesterday 7 22d instant, ,
permitted to do so in company with' J71HJ, tho Senate passed I hill for the admission on tho 16th 3Iaich 1816, were referred to a you the written consent thereto"of the personor own domestic: and political battles with clean r.lokklat.3330lon.IW days; 74
hill agent, and tbojo of your Cherokee! brethren Tennessee into the Union. This bilpassed select committee. The committee on the persons claiming the same improvement, hands, nod perform their immolation, it.I saw packJrC
from ;
: who will dclw-.r th'u talk. tho House of cultivation settlement attested need be without foreign reproach.The Susquehanna, Philatclhi1.
you Reprcsentavcs, and became I 3d Apiil 1816, reported a bill;! :authorizing a or occupancy, 1 .
Hyt1rd, } my talk i i. oer I now corn- ,p.,. law on the 1st June 1796. convention to form a constitution., This by Iwo witnesses. latest accounts "from tko boundary} pool, stceringt. by

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conclusive that lie seriously believed what he i __ -- :1 .A--w- .-__--A -a --.--.-.-.... -- -I--- -.- -.-- -

wrote. NOTICE.NOTE FOR NEW YORK. NOTICE / *

FlORlM73355Bil332BB While we admire the patriotism of the editorof FOR The NEW Scr.ORLEANS.WARSAW Flitner A drawn by Samuel B Wilson, and rnadxm. A. THE Brir JVAMB4L NET, Talbot IS the hereby taking given of half that a million books of of dollars subscription ot Stock for '

: the atchman, (if\ve may venture to credit master to sail on Ulst. For fieight payable to Robert L. Harrison, and 8ndor.eJ master-now( 1 loadiojt! ,will sail with des- in the Union Bank of Florida vill be opened at

. his assertmn conclusion of his L or {tissage apply to the ma-ter on by him and James L-rimer, for $1250, dated July patb. For freight or passage, having the following places on the 18th day of thi month
in ,
:
piece.)
IS37 tie we lOth 1336. 12 month aftsr date, at the acco'Tiodation the board
payable to master on
llIIm i 25. board, or to R. LYON. good apply under the directions of the ollowing persons, and
jjjggSJiTKovE --.---- -: cannot: refrain from expressing our regret that : 19. 13: Union Bans, and by me held in part: payment for at St. Marks, or to R. Lyon. to remain open at Tallahassee for the space 0(60

heard he cannut comprehend that the conduct of a the prcmise-i now occupied by Laid R. L. Hariion, October 25, 12-tf days and at St. Angostiae Jacksonville thirty
far uf. YORK. of lute tinn of Harrison Wilson having beenlo
Y rka'i NE\\ the to. ,
fbeE1f'ctionsin New public! can be of without the FOB -i--- FOR NEW YOKK. day. t
againSt t1e pre eutdl1inistraUIUl. agent disapproved Baltimore Cheeseborouirh .i, all persia are warned against trading for said
[ Samuel Parkhilf .
I,6hoWa great t chan.gc New \'urk has person S.(loing oo4ngentertainingr30! unfriendly master. For f eight or apply note, as a copy thereof Las been esfablijhid in the TIlE Brig SvsauEHA.VM, J, Bright )

rJ.e CIIY 01 6OO0j I ( towards that individual.Ve hope 6 lo the m.istcr on board, pact uperior Court, and will take precedence of the original. 6 master. For freight cr pas .ige, h .r- Ed. B. Vass, J In TaUabauee.If ,

liel-el, by over I "1\1. H. WILDER Tom I ,
Peter
litlle W'Jig' LYON. excellent accommodations, apply Chaires
,
'itCltd the this is not the acknowledged 1 creed ol the editor ing
are givCfl fr:"' ct'iteeaIgDtiC ; ) i No, 18. 15 per M. Snyder. to the master on hoard, or to Robert Lyon. Joseph B. Lancaster '
"lUrn'
.nJ -II so, we beg leave lo differ from him.' Nov. S 1837. 11-31 ,
iLY; Quincy, I 12-tf '
aurnhiiitral11ad 1837
1' ekc.teJ 4' October 23. Jttckioivi1!
last year J FOR BALTIMORE. Umiab D. Hart, 'H

whig1$ that that unW return 4'3 whigs) to 3 all.hp I Yesterday a regiment of Ala ha ma \u1untec"r I..1 _r4. .& The brig ED iriN, Cap'am Holmes:1: NOTICE. FOIl LIVERPOOL I John Warren, j I,

a B ... Lcis1alure. numbering 1000 ruenunder, the command ol I Col.Snodgrass I will all fur Baltimore about the 'JOih SHAVE for sale an eh' ant four horse carriage, Abraham Du Pont, ,
jjnirtffiw 1\1 --C' be a decjjej opposition through this their I 0 inst. For freight or apply to I J. C. ilcdcnberg, of New-ark, to order 6 TUE Ship OCO.NEE, W. L Lyon Edwin T. Jenks St. Augustine
passed city on p3SS8/t b }
I v-
For e ,
freight
master. ,
wiprobaL.y '- ,the captain on boanl, Narks or 1 and is now quit new having been u ,
There balllll, In the znxt ,eg-watlire I | I way to join Gen. Jesup in i East Florida. This time; it is sufficiently light for only two.bom1 : jug superioraccommodationsapply tw Daniel S. Grid wold, 1

II'J J ril>\on' JIiflt the;bovcf, we have heard Iro.n. 22 regiment, we understand] was raised principally to Nov. P 1537. 2t TUKBUTT U. BETTON, .?!si), a 5[>Ieinlid, pair of mach horses, young, Robert Lyon or the master at Si,Marls. JOHN PARKJ/ILL Caih. t

"lunlS niakinparUCSStatd 13 admir.is- '' in Jackson county, nrIi Alabama.: Thetrops { ne" handsome, 4" well bn>ke. A bargain may be haJ in October 25, 12-tf October 14, 1837. _

: are well mounted and equipped, and present unimposing FOR BOSTON. the coach and harness, ns I have now no use for

IfItrc tH wl ap;>ear.incc. look well able to Tb1 Lurcrno Baker them. Apply to me at Mariannaormj plantation NOTICE. TilE following names are the appraisers appointed
Tlt'y brig Captain : in their
Vltioll months after date I shall ac to appraise property respective
BELLAM present
there. my
withstand all the near SAM'L. C.
hardships and will ';. il for Bost about the inst SIX
nlrfWIS exjx- I \ ) JOth '14SL and voucherss, an the lion. counties, tu secure subscription to the extension of
Watchman a laboured a rv Rock Cine, Nov. 7, 18:17.: | ['
die last surcs 1)1'a campaign against the Seminoles in \ For freight or the .
We find ,n ;passage apply io County Court Jifierson county, for a final settlement the sl'-ck of timeUNION

'. ,rsotne 1wQr three columns, purporting to I wl-ich we hope they may have the opportunityoldoing *' captain <>n 1 bard, at Nt. Maks. or to NOTICE.IX aa.l disch Irge from the nilininisir.iiuin the BANK OF FLORIDA.County ,

13tn of our ('Jlt"rial I.in regard to themselves and thcir country credit. Nov 18J7.: 2t 1UUBUT11 it.- HE ITO weeks after date, I shall apply to the Judgeof estate Janics U.lII.! late of sai.I coui'ty ilcceuMd.JAME& of St. Johns.Viliitm !,

e 1Clind're\"ie" whose conduct while in command: Jf'e learn that the Georgia volunteers, to the Consignee.CiTY S the County Court of Gad.lcn county, lor : L. PARISH, Livinsr-rton, Frederick Weiden. Simeon "\

G ', the I Seminole I II war, we have s-ccn number of 1500 men, under Col. Nelson, are 'I'AX IS.N letters ofadmimimstr.itioni on the esiaieof Joseph \\'. Aug. 19, 1337. 2Gm Adm'r. Sanchez Joseph M 11eraardezJohn M Fontane. f
TrtK"m
"' tilt ofWe : !llaa i I expected ill a few days. OTICJ' ; is hereby given, that after the 20th diy King, dec'd! late ol said county. NOTICE. CountTof Duval. P

1D dia ppru"c arc > casc& ., =, -. of the [,itcsint nuiiitli: all |I" rsons indebted to JONA- ROBINSON.Nov. Joseph B Lancaster;Wm B Ros, John Warren, :
Fr editor ta\.l'S t'e!' rcsl10"slf'-lltir: (r'he' article, OLUTIJA- UY., -- the cty: fir taxt-s, ami who nre dcfauliers, will be 11 I, I 18:17. 1 1-tw Q IX weeks after date, application will be madeto J I I /firt, Josiah Gates. t-:
the Honorable Judge of the of
the that his zeal has led him to n-tui'iiuil, and execution i iyoicd firt'iu'iih' against roanty court County ofAlachua.B .
, Ithouh we regret i Died, on Saturday last, in Jefferson county, NOTICE. Leon County (fr letters of allI1inislr..l1Ull oil the ill
them. S. H. COrilTNEY( .11 Dell 1'hos GuIding, rfarvicl Piles Cotton -
and misrepresent certainClements Casa H.anca: Mr. Jame.t K. I111 TY fler date. I will theon. of Uii hard C. Parish dec. y r.
to ,
: cur pieces near Anderson; in j() 1837.:; 1-1 3t City Marshal.JEVELRY n1' days apply estate Rowlcs,Je-iu Manly.County W
well known to be true.c\ are exfrstrd the 2(3th( year of bis age. 10I. Jl // John A. Cameron, Judge! of the Superior JOHN PARISH of Columbia.SealKirn '

: tile Mr. was riding in withIhirce S'fORI.r :. Court for Jackson county,for leave \elltue real September 30th. 18.17 8w l
from all participation in writing An.leroul company Ross, Jacob Srimmcrlin, James Knoa "
of as we have no wish of his friends, when a gun in the hands of lIE subsi-riber would Rsx-ctfully: ; inform thc entile belonging to Barua McKinnen, dec'd. NOTICE.Tallahassee. black Jjiaos Livingston, Robert Browtf" .
yet ANDREW
complained YOUNG Adm'r.
mcles one of them was accidentally) discharged and citizens of Tallahassee and its vicinity, that Hamilton.
J :ti, I 1837. County
Sept.
this feel somewhat Nov. 11 1837. 11 4t
:D J\"oiJ responsibility, we proved l fatal in a few moments. just received per ship Oconee, from New weeks after tho publication he.-eyt, I shall James Belt'?, Daniel Bell, Francis) J Boss, Peter ;,

ilsposeJ to take a hand in replying! to his many How inscrutable are the ways ef Providence York, a rich asurllfnt of Jewelry and fancy nrtir1r NOTICE.AUL SIX to the County Court cf Len county,, U*. Law, ArchibaM! JJcRae. {! :

EJsrepresentations. :Mr. AndersHti was the husband fan amiable ", nmnnp,: which ar' fin gold ehronmuemer watches rr.ons indebted to the estate of the late for letters administrati on the istire of Gran- County of Madison.John ;

editor of the \Yalclilnau Jtnic having I wife, the father of an interesting infant, and almost watches, iiiilejiendcnt, skeleton! second watches watches, and, gold laruo pittrat asbortMentof l lver ; W. KING, of Chaitahoochee, are vill Shcpperd and Lewis .ShcppenJdec'dt\vo men Miller John C McGebee, HS Lrnton.R J i.;
The requested to make immediate to the subscriber colour, late of Leon county. Samuel B Richardson.
the ef friends piyment Mays
Gen. Clinch I idol his arc in a sil' watches uf all fob It
to berel cr : gold ,
Mi..-",1- us- of "btingan- enemy ch.lilo descriptions ; and ihosse having claims against the said 8Gw WM.P. DUVAL. County ol' Jetferson.
;" and of descending to con moment chains, ldies' rich guad chains, gold pencil cases, I estate will -;nt them, duly authenticuted, within LIYI 1JtngSt'n
doing him injustice, gold! silver d scissors prrs F JIcRae, Moses E'.lis: James 31 Scott, Wm
ant m untt ,
him in public estimaWD. Cot the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever COTTON Paul U.mcr.
,anptible means to injure Died the 11 th inst congestive fever Mr. diamond pius, rings; rich assortment ol ,
on tiolon. l I barr -d. JO. A. ROBINSON, Adn.'r.NoV. 11TE will Cotton at the highest marY of Leon. I
purchase
We du not, it is true, pretend always to James lice native Ireland ladies' ear rings; a pair of the latest SfC. County ?
a a a honest, st'l IS 1837. 15-2m
very Y ket the .
: Kenneth R.
remarks but refer Silver Plated Ware, comprising castors, clndletiks : price during se.1Son.1.l1tTIN John A Willf-y, Bembry, John bIer, f
the gentleman's citizen and etstevmed all
highly by & H.iRT.
comprehend respectable Y Welford Jum! Taylor.
cake and fruit baskets. tea sets, urns ,.c.- NOTICE ,
is: ) to his paper of) the 21st October, and otbcrsofpre'il who kne\him. Lales' fancy work and dressing: tables, fancy box hereby given that application will be made to Sepember 30A, 1337. &-4w County orGad$) n. 'It"
,
[ us dates, in which, contrary to all eJi PORT OF- "ST. MAUKs7====" es, dressing cases, Russia leather traveling cast, IS the Hon. the Judge of the Superior Court for Cotton Gins. D L Ke-.an, John AlcMillcnGeorge If Brut n,

ivill find commu musical boxes, organs, violins, : flutes, ilape .- Gadsden six weeks after dalf for AnJrcw JuLns-m, Banks Mcarham.Countv .
'he anonymous gut'! tile coun'y of t
wrial permission
courtesy Arrived, Nov. 10,-Schr. Warsaw, Flitner fr. Jc. A rich Vcarsaim'I ? Jackson. .
> ets, assoitmeut ".f Ni-w tll lots No 77 and 7d with the Iron framed cotton ijins, from Braintrcc ma

motions, distinctly preferring such charges Bath, Me. Lumber, \c. Chrisms pre5eltc; fine guns alt pist'Is, in ;'cs; thereon to s> lying in the t 'w n,of Quincy improvements in said- SIX cxpectei1 daily at rft. Marks m the William Robin-onA Y..un John It Chapman, '"

against us, without any allusion to Lis recent 19th! Ste.unsr: CIiain<>i% G rave T.nnpa. PaI ,- cutlery and fancy toys, which will he sold chr.ip fir> county formerly occupied by the late Francis A. Brig Lavina, for sale at the manufacturer's price.T. Peter Simmons, Simuel C Btliarcy.Counlv ,t

sonieiLieut.. J. I. Alc''ra'jb auJ Lay, U. S. Cash, or proved cred.t. F. GKRJRDIN, R. BETTON. oi Franklic.
licatiun. j I Cash, ,!t'c'd. and now the property of his legal representatives. ii
pu I Briny.2o'b. A'lm'r! of I. Gtrnrdin. THUS. BALTZELL, : Nov 12 1S37. 14 if Wm G Porter, T Orman, H F Simmons P W
We are however charged with an unwa rranta | TiTiz Billuw: Laurence Baltimore Lumber 1
) The sub.scr.btrvouM also i'lfunn the : that for the Gautier, sen., Wm 31 RowIeU
IILIt. .itturncy representatives.Nov.
interference in tl.c quarrel betwten Gov. Call and 'loiciian.hsc.j having engaged a first rate workman,l.Ui Paris 10 1837. H6w hAVANA EG A KS. County ol' JFashington. ;r
til j:>d, no.i"ti. I n ean, Brisi l U. I. raerrhanJis.e he if now prepared t attend to hc of 000 very superior Havana SEGARS imported
Iud Gen. Cht.ch. To this we beg leave to : ( nisnding; G Wm M Lot"tin Joseph! Crosky, Washington Tabor I'
to B Crane aiul S. Sninh jr. \vat> lies, j'-welry, ice. LOST. direct,just received and fr bale at the Wiley Jonec James Bright. t
,
the be ,
!
difficulty '
jecu If we know any thing .' crs. A; B. Crane and Dran. Tail.tlimsie!' 13 I53C. AUCTION Manx It. J- IIACh.LEYSeptember3lJth I
v. by
of
:( 15-1 7"AS II st at or near the post office in New Orleans County ffalton.
those gentlemen, it arisen from misstaicoentsin Clean A, 1'Jth.-Brig iiiaiiri., Bab'uase. cotton, r 1337 8-if
tirtcn New York. Y about the 25th of October, a ;letteraddieased James L M'Kenan J Ramsey, DanlMcLeod,
OTICE.A
.
regard to the pamculars of the battle: SI-JBrip Jlarihal Nt-y, Ta'.but3PC: 1 aes: of Cot- indebted the Kcdar Vann by the subscriber to JauesV Becdlove, trayed from it. Marks, & handsome (raao N II Mitchell, Neil McLellan-
LL
it Withlacoochee.. ITe recollect not to ion New Y I k. to estate ara. Es\. and in it the first of a bill of exchange, drawn PONEY, with a cut on his tngueTKN County ofEscambia. II
'
( to fi-rwaid and settle the
.IL. ieqiifitui.1 conic same; at Memphis, Tenn. March llth, 131Ly 3larcusB. DOLLARS will be for his Morton George Willis John M Hunt
expressed an opinion on that subject. \Veickve 23. Left for Tampa \'i Suwunnce, Steamer: and all thosr demands wiH present them for git en apprehensionand Jackson I
liaving Wiuchister, in my favour and by me endorsed, on Alt. Hackley's stables.J. M Blount, F J
CIAamos.Graye.Shooner:: delivery at Thomas Commyns. ;
able maintain his ,
\ Gov. Call i i-s well to settleiiicnt within the time prescribed by law, or be Wood & Co. of N. Orleans 12
Van Buren, Gardner in ballast (orNew Kobeson, payable M. ARMSTRONG.June County Nassau. I 4
without our assistance. We do, how tarred from all interest in said cstae.JIUIt4CE date for 95,057 14. As the drawer
own cause Orleans.ilih V.iNN Adrnm'r. months alter 17th, 1B37. 45 Lewis Bailey Thomas Braddock.Thomas HiC1;1
consider and l believe tlut the fuels we Somerset and dla"ef's of s.iid bill have been notified of its James J Wm Franks. j'
ever, we Brig Lewis, in Ballast for New October 1M7.: 9 inbothair Cooper
,
of but the under- EAST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD CO.
be
Orleans. 1-iSfi, it will no value to any one of Dade.
stated our position clearly, Gen. County
hive prove thJ NOTICE. s "ned, to whom, or Mr. Breedlore, at N. Orleans, is hereby !sriven that a meeting of the ot
Clinch, as well as the people of the territory, It lay be returned. JEXSE. H. WILLIS. NOTICE of the East Florida Rail Roid County Hillsborough. I

with scarcely an exception, did not anticipate U. S. BANK BILLS. I DO hereby forwarn" al persons azain.t trading Tailalmsse", Nov. 8, 1837. 14-4t Company,will be held on the first Monday ef !'- A Steel. ,.
for small of S" of .
two notes h.l.l. $ >, given by County MusqizzttoCounty
Ia38 at 3 o'clock F. \1. : : I
And Checks bruary, half-past o o.
hostilities were not 1 fur war, and were on Philadelphia or Baltimore. Smith and there- I
henry Alunroe.F
pr'lar.J me to ,as they were illrgal, NOTICE. Commercial Wharf, in the city of Boston, to choose of :

perfectly astounded savages first com PERSONS desirous or in want i4 j of making U S Bank rcmittaucrs Bills! to to compelled lure I am determine: course foyer of law.to pay The them notes, unless were A LL persons indebted to the estate of Francis Directors for the ensuing year, agreeably to the act A Brown Alexander, C M I Kelly Patterson.This J A .Thouron, GeorgeE

Inc their outrages by the massacre of the the a'nount "f live or MX thousand; d .ll.irs, c.tn LeaccI'mnlllted payable in January, ISJ -I-iL Dreutx, late of Leon county, dic'd are requested of incorporation, and to transact any other business Weaver advertisement will be sufficient authority for
l before it.D.1VID.
and those having that legally come
frnlier settlers, which was so s"on after follow in sue!) ums as tlwy m..y require, JOHN W. TOWNSEND. to make iinm diate payment; may appraisers and others to at.
at a m.'J.. rate Apj'ly' al this orfice.W. October I IS37.: moItNOTIE. claims against said estate are hereby notified to IlKNSHAfr,
by the sacrifice of the brave and much laoented premium. The appraisers will please state in their return,
within the time President E F R R Co.
form
c > 2.i, IriH.. 16-tf in-event them in proper .prescribed -
Majur Dade ansi his gallant hand. In l.y law, to the undersigned or they will be Boston, Se; 1. 12, J?37. 9-16t whether the lands they appraise are of the 1st, 2d I

NOTICE. Middle District of Florida Leon forever bin ed. or 3d quality. .
of GeneralClinch's ,
proof our assertion, we published county. NOTICE. Any three of the appraisers will be to ;
A LL persons indebted to ihe estate of Arthur coi.seqiuTcc of tlie neXt : .
letter to Col. Humphreys, stating that .ra. Macrtu, late of Leon deceased, arc request I Leon, an DOW fixed l by l.iw, intt rftnng with th: Nov. II, ll7. 14 2m O N Saturday the 18th day of November, 1 shall act.
there was no danger ii be apprehended,-that 11:11) rent to the highest bidder, the House knownas JOhN IRKHILL, Cashier.
tf't to make nnmc( :: ; and tho.ha.ing term of the uj Coon in Franklin: county, (""lur i .
October 13 lto'37.
the InJians were not b.stile-and that if they claims aiunsi said estate are hereby nUI- lst court, many urgent reasons, cannot bcj adjourned NOTICE.LL LAMBERT'S CORNER, and now occupiedty ,
All the in Florida will the above
I fid: to'prfseni them } d within the tune I without great public inronv ',!encf,:) It is, James Sfnart. R. J. H4CELEY. papers publish
authen1'"I
really were, he haJ bufficieiit! force to crush tl.er I persons who own \-al.4nt or unimproved for one month and send their accounts to the Bank
October 27th LR37. 12 if. ,
prescribed by law to the subscriber, or they will be therefore, in virtue of the pw 'r* in me i iy back in ,
it blow and that knew it would l be al c"f.led .d ft_ lots, or occupy property having yards, I for collec'ion. 11-lm
a they
directed
forever l and that th Leon j
barred.MARTII.3 I madness hostilities. We spoke, \ H. MACON, Admin'x. Superior be p-> IIon'| ) and fixed f'.r the sec I
otherwiseit
forthwith saved is made.
mot t attempt ." I I remove all nuisances on them "J/o/zey money subscriber has just received per brig Lu
54 l 1837. 16" of Dt-ceuib.r next and! tint THE
of Gen. Clinch's conduct a'being in aecordauc. ,01 I Ifl old Monday firuici.sIflow will be dune at their expense. TilE subscriber tus pentd a shop on Pensacola Jrc>m New York, a large assortment
issued t-i l 1. i be maJe' to
with; that letter und II c.ti..iup under the H,-lieof Nt'I.IcI. S.iiv !ft.J ln..,4 or.c, ....(>uii lillld titty.T110MAS. ret.lraLle By order ot the! Intendant and Council. street immediately opposite to the City Livery Sta- Groceries and Provision consisting in part of .
.
its truth. We btatc-d that until the war brokt pcisons indebted to the estate of John JOHN M. TiUPi, CoiuUUm.Nov. Mell. whore >>. ;intends carrying on the Blacksmithing Common Whiskey '
ALL P f.LL. 11, 1837. I13t in all its branches. He is fur Old: do ,
carried I late of Leon cflUr.tdeceascd, are re- The above order to be published weekly in the now ready any Rye ;
I out, Gen. Clincl's own plallali.HIS orders in bis line. which will be executed with Common Rum I
quested to make immediate' payment; .anti' ihuSu bavin Floridian, until the meeting of Court. ;
on as usual. Fort King in the very heart of ihcihealre I ? claims! a lint buiJ estate are hereby tiotifird to (Copy. Test, TALLAhASSEE! RAiL ROAD promptness and despatch and at reasonable prices. Superior Champagne and CognacBrandy; \

of ware. was without jiickels. Fort I pre.ent them in jn'-'jier form, Mthiii the lime prscribeJ *- Oct. i\, 137. 12 T//ON. H. Dl'VAL. CPk. is now in operation from TuIldhas to St. By attention to business and-a desire to satisfy the Madeira Claret and Malaga: Wine, &.c. t

in the feituatwn. i by law, to the undersigned, or they will be Afarks, and the following rates of transporta- public he hopes to receive a share of their patron- Common //oney-dew Tobacco;
at Tampa thy, was same
Broke, : for\r barred. xNUTlCE.nnHIRTY lIOn have been established. age. JAMES WALLACE. Soap, Sugnr, Coffee, Raiarrx; .

The army, although having for a lorj!: MARY CHRISTINA[ BRAIL, Adm'x. days after date, application will be On evtry bale Cotton, 73 cents. C'-n. Horse-shoeing, Mill work, and Plantation PicklesCider, Porter Candlesj I

time been in the country, were sa unwarrantably I N-\.i5, 1837. IS.2m JL made to the Hon. John: A. Cameron, Judge On all other articles up or down, 25 cents per work, done in he best manner. Segars Vinegar.Powder, Shot, &c. ,

ef to lose their (If the Superior Court Jackson connty, for autho- hundred \eiht. Tallahassee, Oct. 7. 1837. 9 .4lsn, a handsome assortment of Dry Goods,
its topography, as
ignorant way. NOTICE. rily to sell the real estate in saxl county belongingto On passengers, each $1 50. Children half pric Clothing, Crockery, Saddler;, Hats, Caps $-c.
buta few miles fmtii General Clinch's plantation IX wCl'ki after i
Ihe excuses for the lepeated failures of ihe pre the County Con. of Leon county, foi letters MARY llOLLA1\D, Guardian. and gtfods at their depot and the following rates subscriber is now ready to advance upon or WILLIAM CENTER,

rious been. "absence of correct administration on the tstate of Ephraim Taylor, Oct 23, 1837 12-51 have beea established.On purchase Cotton, at the highest market price. No. 4 Berry's row. I

campaigns haL late of said deeased. bales of Cotton, 25 cents each ; and on all WILLIAM CENTER, Per Tuscawilla daily expected bbla. superior I
topographical informa lion," "t\ant of knowledge county MAURICE G1DDINS. BOOKBINDERY.THE other articles 121) per bbl. for the first month, and Oct. 15, 1837.-lO No.4 Berry's row. Flour Rice, Bacon, &c.

of ihe country," alf "misinformation of Indian :1a?..li:, Nov. 25, 1S37. 16 Subscribers have opened a bindery in TalUhasser half price for the succeeding time. NEW GOODS. Oct. 15, 1837. 10 I
and are prepared to execute all branches When COTTON deposited at the depot, to
rlegr guides; and all this information, Gen. NOTICE.FOUR of iheir business in as good a style as can be dune be transported immediately: without responsibility THE Subscribers are receiving their supplies PLANTATION FOR SALE. 1

Clinch, a good officer, bhoulJ have been pusfcsei d.e11.- re. for damage by no or wharfagewill Fall and Winter Goods, which they offer
a ) weeks after date we slia'l' apply; to the exposure storage subscriber offers for tale his plantation,
of; and would have been, had he anlici Ju-li-e of the County Court ol Lron c'". Paper ruled Ion bills letters, 4-c. be charged; and when goods are landed at Ihe ,f>r sale low forcash,country produce oron short THE seven miles north-east ofTa.lahusee.

in all would have fnrlea to cHa portion of the real estate of James Particular attention p ud to re-binding old books ,. wharf of the Company and transported on the credit. Those whose acconnts are due,areeunestly containing 922 acres of land, 320 acr s which are
piled war. 'Jlis. probability, Newspapers, Ma uiIlCs. &c. road within six days alter landing neither rcquested to rail and settle the same, us much longer I
Letnino.n, late of bald county, deretstd.ROI5ERT storage I. cleared 260 acres have been cleared within the last
nailed! the army, in its fit st movements, lo have P. GltEEN, The subscribers pledge th'.mselves that all or- or wharfage will be charged ; and no stoiage will indulgence cannot be given.HAYWARD. two years; it adjoins the productive plantations of .

truck a decisive blow, and put : speedy termination Ailm'r in right ofiiivift', S Ialll.l .1 Oreen. ders shall be executed CUSlI.IAN&IIAYWMtIJ.with neatness and despatch. be charged at the upper d'put UHU! after the sixth 20 1817.: & AUSTIN.I 11-Gt A/Vssrs. Lorimer Isler, BradfordTaylor and Craig.A .
TallahasseeOct. ,
t the war. Yet with all these 1 fuels S-U< \'l GREE., day.Merchants new Gin house has jul been erected; a'so, two
10-tf
.
L Tnlh-havse October 15h 16'J7. -
( Adm'j: of JdlC LCI1CJ, lc'J. : will be required to settle their transportation MARSHAL'S SALE. mules, 1 four horse wagon, 1 ox cart, 1 pair oxen,
_ sire him, and without any attempt to disprove Nov.21,1'3t7. 16 ADMINISTRATOR'S l NOTICE. i bills weekly, and nil other transportation 20 head cattle, corn ad fodder.
them docs of the Watchman ui'blushttjlyawert ) to be paid: on delivery lilt Y virtue and in [pursuance of a writ of fierifrt'i
the editor persons having claims against the estate I ll-4t J.R. DORSET.
ALL .It ias, Issned out of the Sup. Court of the
1 NOTICE. ARC77EK i
II. .
that Gen. Clinch "ucdeveryjirecaufcoito the late S. S. 1'ecblcs, are icqueslcd to present Superintendent.Nov. Middle: Uist. Florid for Leon in which Drowning
i CI' -
HAVE f'r sale four cigl.ths! of ImJ. There the subscriber 8, 1837. 1 l-eiw SUPERIOR
them to COURT
authenticated
I properly \
niett every contingency.. TIlt General!I & c.- are pl.ili.titFa, and \\ liliam II Shehon! de-
are 7a acres cleared, and on the prcir.ibes g..< within the time law tl
.r i prescribed by or ::y will LeI fcodanr 1 have levied and will at MIDDLE DIS TRIG T FLORIDA
tumself, \\hen reading these rcinarls, must ha H lor; rabins.. Also! a eifjd spring of water. 'I'he I barred of :MARSHAL'S SALE. upon expose public '
reco'cj.I vrndue the bidder Robert II )
sale. to highest Berry Assumpsit: Attacht
at pubic at $113 94
Cashed: the of his land! is e tinted' about ii mil-s west of the Flat ("n.h1 I virtue and of writs of
at abject tycophancv parasite- ALEX FORMY DUVAL in sundry
Sum's for
in
BY pursuance the Court house Tallahassee, on Saturday, the vs > $200, issued Sept 26 \
Thai the government) has bien remiss, we do on the Onlla. I.\= e. CLAUK.Jefferson Adm'r of S. S. Peebles, dcc'd. (Fi. r a. ) issued out of the Superior 2d day December next, ir. le:al hours,:he follow William Bryan, } 1837; Returnable to Nov Term :

ciunty, Fla. :IV. :j.1817. 4t Sept. -i3, 1637. 7 Court ot" the Middle District Florida, in and forthe viz. Lot No. I Tract Sec. 3. Town.
sotdoubt. Had more liberal policy pur. ing property, defendant in said case and all others inter j
t'en of Jefferson in which James L. Parishis THE
: TO PLANTERS. .S'IORAE( AT MAGNOLIA. county 1, range I, N and W, containing 80 50 100 acres. will take notice of the institution of said I
towards the would have emi duftiidanl shall the (3th of Ja-
sed Indians hey CII. Saturday day
Also the S E of section twenty-three,township soil attachment aforesaid_
SETS ..f each TIlE subscnbeis will on for shipment quaiter by as and they
J without resi.tance.Vehave QK hors! power Irons, srt consisting rictive storage 18 iB, si 11 al the court house in .ufonlicello, on said ate required I
: previously .V ff IS: 'frnjpits{ | and one trundle hca.1:!; rtrcivcd Cotton tr other Iris tlleej; also gojdsand' mer- thy, III legal hours, at public auction for cash, the one, range.one, Nand W, containing 159 44- to appear and plead to. the declaration filed 1.m 1.

Cpl{ ed our opinion to this effect. JJut we did I from the Baltimore fU.n fry and for sale by rhandizc; and :forward with punctuality! .$-despatch. following property viz: slaves, Joel,, Sena, Jude, I IOO acres. said case, accordioe to the form of the statute i

totlelieve the ediUr of ihc Watchman capable T. It. BETIO.cc.v. Any business entrusted to their care will receive immediate Gilbert, Isaac, Gilbert Jr Maria Cornelius Mjlly Levied upon and to be sold as the property ol such case made and provided C'S IIBLEY,
attention. Their teiinn will be the said defendant. to satisfy said writ according to .fryforpltff J
ofiuch he Las exhib : 25. 1837. IC-St sameas Amy and Cily, and their increase. ; ,
gross misrepresentation ns heretofore. From lorg experience in business, Levied as the propeny of the said defendant Irw. SAM'L U. DUV ALt J/AwLal. September SCtli, .1837 $-
NOTICE.; upon
ned in his extract. Hud he been Oct. 21 1837. 11-13
garbled willing P hope to meet with a share of public patronage.J. ,
they said
and lo be sold to satisfy executions according -
fdo us justice, he would have published c-Uj rglllE subscriber Ilalju! leceived from Georgia! & i. IMJtfLIN.Magnolia to law. S. H. DUVAL Marshal. FALL AND WINTER GOODS.

marks JL a fust rate. 50 saw jjn, and duce of 40 saws, Oct. 7, 1S7. 9-6t Nov. r II 1836. THE FLORIDA HOTEL. rWIHE subscriber has just received and offers

1ire.Spking cast steel' i-talo( whuh he w 1 111 to sell on 11 corn- -e BARRELS Peach Urandy and Whiskey subscriber having purchased the house for- JL for sale, a select assortment ft Cloths Cas-
uf Mr. Cass, we said : terms. JOHN 'ISLEll O THE simere8 and Fcsrin lor
m'JJalil; U 50 Pieces Bagging, MARSHAL'S SALE. occupied by Ira Sanborn, and intendingto :s. Likewise a readyroade
rcpcct and for other causci. Eight mies! cat of Tal.hase-e. A Lot of IVinc, put.the same in immediate repair, for rite reception Clothing, consisting of blue black, Adelaide, mulberry -
Y virtue and of certain writ
than those alledged by Clinch, we believe: Nov. 13. 1R37. 20 Bags Coffee, B inJur uance a of thoae who may choose to favour them with and green Frock and Dress Coats;
of FL Fa. is' of the Superior Court of
Steel mixed mohrir. and blanket Overcoats
small share of blame ; Spanish and American 81' their patronage, take this opportunity to inform thepublic ;
t the for the Scrninultr $16O He vard. IUst. the .Middle District of Florida for Gadsden county Satinett and Kentucky jean frock and dress CoatI
that intend their
In store and for sale at the Acction M.ut by generally, they tarnishing
and it* disasters is justly attributable tobun I A in which John C. Armislead, Adm'r is plaintiff, Plain figured and cut velvet Vest
R.2 WA Y or stvlen on the Sdof Septemberlast R.J.HACKLEY.Tallahassee table with the best the country affords and will ; j
; but in the particular matter of disputbetween ( from the employ of J D Mooro near Oct. 17,1837. 11-tf and Robert L. Harrison and Ira San bom are defendants pare no pains to make their house agreeable to do do silk and satin do;
I will sell at auction
Columbus., three of n viz Adam public on Saturday those who favour them with their White and bit crimped satin do;
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he has, we think the my negro : may company.L.
vantage the 6th 1818at. the house
day January court
In
tem. l-out 28 Cloth bombazine and fig'd Valencia do
years of npe, about j feet 9 inches high, J. BELL & CO. ;
pound."If has down Quincy, the following property, viz- Five slaves, Blue black and drab cassimere Pants
a look when) !p ikcn to, with I heavy duincy October II I, 1837. |IQ ; _
Mr. Secretary Cass had, as it wa re-. beard; alno Ils brother} )flham. about 22 year of W W I Winny, a woman, aged about &i rears; Martha a Plain and striped ckskm do;
5 feet 7 H girl, aged 19; Griffin, It man'JO; Sam, 21; Henry Napoleon cord and steel mixed do
r* dy! suggeMed to him, procured an approration -. upe \ or inches high, of po d appearance, I, 15Levied- STORAGE STORAGE ;
I 1 1 aged Sntinctt beaverteen and Kentucky
; jean do.
ft a'v.
) of a few thousand dollars in 34 orUand 1,1 ye.loC.lIIAWI| ; Hcnrj al oUL:2 STORAGE AT MAGNOLIA. I and to be sold the subscriber I.avingagain rented those large
Cli of II'Jut : ii.ci.es. high: ,' i upon as property ol saidR THE Also, a complete: assortment of Shirts Stock,
invited a Deputation of the principal I .>Wit butU. buy Adam write pr., good nnc subscrib' till: continue the Storage and L Harnsen, one of said defendants, to satisfy commodious warehouses,known as tie lias Suspenders, Gloves,Hdkfc. and all articles usually
tty
CII TilE '
Vi, including Miccannpv, Oscrola, Sam I h'L'J... The iiid: wtrrn-s are, recintly.fiomlary.. business at this ] lace as wII:11.: said writ according to ,aw. warehouses, will continue to receive Cotton and found at similar establishments, are offered cJieap

** I.md, and I vts under His u.al they and will advance cash on Cotton stored with them S. //. DUVAL, -Marshal. Goods on storage. From his experience in the business for cash, or short credit. J. B. Bt1LL.Nu

and Alhjiator, to Wa.hingion: on I would in'icavour to n.tr; !II/rl'5lln have for shipment to N. York, New Orleans, or Charles- Nov. II, 1837. ts he flitters himself that he can give satisfac- /. lOa 1837. .Jl-tf ;

*cii journey)' they \\ollt! have witnessed I lately tran'p.rct: to !induce: the belief that. were ion and attend wiih promntnc&s and despatch to tion to those who may extend him their patron- - -J 4.
stren"th! ,rthe whites he had aln I 13J they age. His warehouses are in good order, and per. "
; and if stolen. I pay f for the thief al negroes, business entrusted to their cnrc. They flatter STRAYED NOTICE.
from fire also from inundation
t t d enju ''c'ons and proper measures In I o 25 for each ofthme ncpr.cs.JJhlN. themselves, from their; experience in business, to FIlUM the subscriber in Tallahassee, last high fectly tides secure, to which many, as places on the coast are by A LL persons indebted to the estate of Drury

| Actually conciliate and secure the influence iroOLI'OLK. merit and receive a liberal: share ol public palronage. a gray Horse, about 10 years old, I III} liable. WILLIAM J. BAILEY. ,SL iIIiams.late of Leon county deceased, are '

; Columbus, Ga. Oct. 21, 1&:t7. 15 lm Their charges art as follows viz: or 15 hands high; said Horse had been badly f foundered Magnolia Oct. 4, 1837. 9-4m requested to make immediate payment; and those
Oom which
,- course he was Pierage Cotton for the season, 25cts per bale and was still lame when he went off;; his having claims! against said estate are hereby notified

"Burned by a false system of niggardly JVOTICE.1HIII Marking and a'cmhing, each 6J left fore foot was much smaller than the right,having TAKE NOTICE, to-present them in proper form within the time pre- }

?*0oniyand an excessive fear of censure 1' I'Y days after date, we will apply to the Filling up bills of lidin., 50 cIa per sell been rasped down; he had been nicked on both That all who cribed by law to the undersigned or they will be

in his Judge of the Superior Court, for the Middle Firt month'. storage on good, 12J cts per bbl shoulder, blades, to cure him of the swamybis; tail wktlner persons commit trespasses, ef any forever barred. .
large uprnditurcs department Disrrict of Florida: for the riiht to dispose of the E'icli cuccceding month, Ci was long, and at some seasons yellow hair would description on my tract ot land adjoining GREEN H. CHAIRED,

*uected delicacy of conscience i id property of the laic T W 8ebrokeii a view BENJ. BYRD & CO. appear among the white. It is supposed he went the city of Tallahassee, (commonly knofrn as the TOM PETER CflAlRES

tthun prebablc the war would have been to a division among the heir Magnolia, 17th Oct. 1937. 12-tiJ in the direction of Bainbridge, as he was in company the Doyle law tract, both,) by will civil be prosecuted and criminal to proceeding.the full extent The of Nov. II, 1837. 14 3m Executor f!

ided.M JAMES GADSDEN, with a mare and colt, who were recovered at J
. GROCERIES. repeated trespass committed on my enclosed field. AD. BCETTGR
JOHN[ A.CUTHBERT, the Gadsden meeting by their owner. Any ,
camp
'e. have as yet discovered no cause for Nov. 15, I Ib37. 15 Executor. WE: Have just received from New Organs an person returning the horse to me, or letting me and and unenclosed will be wood-land, require such measures, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, t
they rigidly enforced.
dnging te| of Bacon, Claret Wine Madeira know where he shall be rewarded.
above ,
neither i inform
opinion expressed, Oct. respectfully the citizens of \
21,1837.41 JOHN J. ADAMS.
Wine Pickles
FOR IFlmkey, 4-c. which we will sell WOULD
l-3t JOHN RE A.
we r that he will l
7 perceive any thing incolsisltlt in ihi CILll.ESTON.'he low for cash. LAND give lessons on the !

'"o, contrasted with ; pnckct # Somerset, 0. II. T. received 100 basket Seed PIANO FORTE
that entertained in reM Lewis siil on the Ut of Sf E. LINDENBERGER.July JUST per Somerset ON ST. MARKS RIVER FOR SALE, ;
to the conduct of Gen. Clinch. 4: IJtccinl II-tCI wil freight or 29, 1837. 51 ; I 100 bbls. Irish Potatoes; 50 bales Hay: Neon to tie contemplated St. and will also tune such Pianos as are out of re-
passage, apply For ale by R. H.: BEP.RY. new City of
e regret that we cannot lie so casilv. salibfifd U the Captain on boird: or 10R. NOTICE. 15-3i Marks. pair.He has also for sale a choice selection of Pisco

J* the excuse offered by Gen. Clinch; fur his II. BEURY. ru.IlJRTY days after date, I will! apply |10 the I WILL sell on Saturday, the 18th inst. the tract Music. His room is at Captain Brown's CITY

:ei to Ceil. I Nov. |15, 1837. 15-31 JL Judge 01 the Superior Court for the MiddleDistrirt N O 1'luE.WILL ofland on the east aide of St. Mark river, formerly HOTEL.

,&t cn lutplm'Js. He f-ays "it \VaN i of Florida,.'r the riibl; to dispose if the be sold at public sale on Saturday, the the residence of Jesse H. Willis, known is Ladies who wish it,can take their lessees Jfut
FOR
I, t alluy excitement, to quiet apprehenn SALE. real estate of the late C W Stevens, of Jefferson : inst. at Robinnon Ware's house,on the Winchester containing about 160 acre, and about Parrott's Female Seminary.

I5fldt l prevent the whilcl from THE subscriber offers for sale his nlantalion on county. J.i IE? GADSDE-N, Chatiahoochee, all the personal property of the late one mile front on the river. It is principally ham. October 7, 1836. 9 .

i.Udian*." Ytt in the letter he attacking L.: nJ Creek, called. Wild WooJ, Gad I Nov. 15, 1837. 15 Adm'r Joseph W. King, viz; Store Goods consisting of mock land, heavily covered with timber, and is the

slates most del county Flo. conlamin about 200'J' acres of Dry Goods, Grocriit &c. nearest Oak and Hickory land to the contemplated NOTICE.

'ureIythat' : it was "hit firm bd fluz the navettr and, with 550 acres cleareJ:, with a aw mill, grist A U M I NISTil ATO li'S XOTIV] Also, two Horses, a yoke of Oxen, besides a Variety terminus of the railroad on the east side of the river. SIX weeks after date,I shall apply to the Hon-

:; '> more dirpoied to friendly will, roller and saw gins, and other valuable improveifiiln. THIR'l' Y days after date, I shall apply to the .. of tither an idea. At it will be po.itiveiysi'mld, it will be a speculationto of the County Court of Leon county,

.f fm and his future conduct tan If a purchaser' should wish, possession can of the Superior Court of Leon county >ale to comine ice at 10 o'clock precisely. Terms any one, in the sale of the fire-wood, r ..wqad for leltem-of administration ttn the estate of Bains
in
h tu regardncccbsary L given 01. the lit day January next. fur leave ID sell the land belonging to the estate f made known on the day of sale, by lots, for the new city of St. Marks. .Rominc, late of said county deceased.

preparations for war, is proof JONA. ROBINSON.Nov. .Zac.. C. Foru SOLOMON KtCKLOM 1, I JONA. ROBINSON, R--J. HACKLEr, AucUonecr.Nov. .. WILLiAM J. BAILEY.

IP, 1537. 15.4' Nov. 15, 1837 1; AdD Nov. 13, 1837. Curator. 10, 1837. \\ Tallazmau.e, Oct. 7, 1837. 9f :
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. New:Storc, Provision- and Grocery- Tallahassee Jockey Club RAce, A fresh supply'ohhis- 'VALUABLE MEDICINE Judklns' Patent Specific Olia Z"*
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r. just rcceifed. The above **
1837. Ointment j U offered t
JjrTllE subscribers have united themselves under to the
NOTICE. the third Wednesday in SOLELY from vegetable matter ., a sale and certain remedy for those obtl' It.
the firm of PEACHY & MANER, for the ILL Commence on PREPARED
,' 20th and continue HOUCK, Baltimore, which maybe cases, some cf which have to ?*1Io
the leDI ba1Ded
months after date, I shall ac purpose of establishing in the oCSt. Marks A I December next the .
SIX present my taken with perfect safety by nil ages & in all dis- medical science. ii].
and vouchers four .
and apply to the lion. days.1st
1 Jefferson S rOKL. Their buildings being large and commodious Wednesday-A sweepstake for three PHSC' its cures arc for the following diseasesDysleplia :- 1st White Swellingier every deecripbol.
County: Court for a final settlement Day,
county, ,
Loss of Appetite Indigestion Inflamnali.rn 2d Sore and Ulcers of
Legs
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and discharge from the admini<ation of the they likewise propose attending to the year old, Florida Colts, one mile heals; subscription long studill
I Forw Coin to be -med tie of the Stomach, Heart burn, Dlllr-hc.rlDy s- 3d Schirru Glandular TomonrVthose :
Receiving and ardmg of Goods and Cotton $100 frfeit'OThe
estate or Thooiai. Pelphy late of said deceased. Pflie1111
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county, Fistub Obstructed ,
Flux Piles Mensura hardened tumours in
: JAMES L. PARISH AdaiV. Y1Q3Th Jej to which they pledge ihrmsclvrs to pay such attention day I* fore the racfe. entery or women's breast. ,
: tion Ajucand Fever Billions or Remittent Fever oftentimes terminate in ulcerated _
five subscriber ,
Aug. 19. 1S37. 2.6m as will entitle them to a liberal Share of To ihis jwtepsiakes there are cancer.
AUC''IONEEI Fecr Scarlet Fcier Small Pox, Erj sip 4th Felons what some
patronage from the Merchants and Planters of the "nit .Inc-ed. Typhus vas or people know b

NOTICE. ITIcrclinnt.iiUlIB I "I'erritojy, and neighboring counties of < Thursday-Jockey Club Purtc, SJ.'O, ( or St. Anthony's Fire, Asthma, Pleurisy, Measles : uamc, Catarrhs of every descriptIOn 1"I

months afrer date I shall present my ,'ollch.I Commisson Their goods will be sold low lor cash or iy cheats; entrance $25 ; fiee for nny nag Yellow Fever, CO'livcness, Wind on the t'li- I 5th Rheumatic Pain of the joint*.

I, SIX and apply- to the Hon. the Judgr.,. of the mAl .Mondays and Saturdays. As they will endeavor to keep on hand a i n the Territory of I(0 lorida,or. in the ndjoinntics r.nch or bmvrls, Cho'cni' Morbns, Consumption: 6th Sprains and Bruises of every de.criptio

J C-jUiH1 "url of G alsJI county, for a final .etilenv N. 1'orli. & St. Marks line of Pack t8I supply of choice and superior qualities o .' Decalur Thomas and Loundtin I r.flucnza, Colds, Coughs I Inflammntion of thr III wr.alever pait situate. "

' ni and dich.fro'l the administration, of the rie and Provisions of every description. -t f e of Georgia, before the firslday oiO-'iober chest, Palsy, Gout, Rhemndtism, Infian>atory sore 7th Tetter of all kind. In this Complain tpaiient

cs-13'.c: Capt. John liillo, late of GadhJen county Merchants and Planters will find U to th throat Croup Inflammation of the heart, Dropsy, ih applying the Ointment man J k "

.I4J l.. est local!. Their store is now open. Friday-Jockey club purse, $300; three Rickets, Oiseisig of the Liter, Jaundice, Difficulty parout of vvaler.tith -wr"

11 J'.NA' I i'BNSON: Allmili.tralo.: !I 6 JOHN BLAIR PE.V iy ItS; entrance 30. Free as above.y of making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous and Chilblains or parts affected by frn.t.

August 1'Z. I 1HS7. l-6.ii. WM. MANER.St. Saturday-Proprielor's Purse, n handicap Scrofulous affections of the members and lig\ments. TO THE {'UBLIC.'J .

',- Rate Vessels and Marks Jan. ICth, 1830, 2o-tt. t200 one mile heals, three best in five; entrance .Mrrcnri.iI and Venereal diseasesUlceis, Sores. At he following communication, addressed tn
NOTICE.: : FIRST experiencedWasters ; Free above- "tctions of the skin, & all discuses .Tisinj' from Impure -: proprietor of J udkir.'. Ointmtat, from iv. r,****
be in this $20. as s
I cmpl jyed line I') sail from cither TEACHER WANTED.A .
A
LL will takp three olds IJIiHid, &c Price per bottle 7. John Taliafcrro, member of Congress "
for
,4 persons notice that 1 have this port-a vessel will hail on th; frili and -1th of on-'fhe Sweepstakes year ,i.shi1h1
-"M day filed in tIehcofthe Clerk of iadsden month and ofiencr SINGLE Gentleman qualified to give instruction three mile heats, nnd the Postsiakcs 2 mil-i heats, This medicine has a powerful effect as a Springand le-rrtting. The gratuitous manner i in "bith f
etery should p Itronage le- in English! Grammar in those v. h" cOnstitutions require nude exhibits of .
. County Court Florid, my final report and accounts Geogriphy, were not filled : and there being subscribers, 1."lll'lIrifier. >e feelings no ordinary chaIt.
[ Guardian of the late Henry S. MashUurn, and quire.'\WYLLYS PRATT and Arithmetic, nn v obtain a desirable situation by out of the Territory of( J.'IoridIhe spoils. of this nourishment and new \igor ; such persons towards sulrcl og humanity ; and i is Certainlacr
I Agent N, York, to either of the subscribers, on ihe Micka- ttoithl be much nefitted two or three of attention.WASIIIHGTO.V.
applying by
f that so soon as the law alows. I "hall demand nf UOB'T LYON mcctino- will be confined to Florida owned Nags, using deserving public

f. lit Mid Court the ,' and my St.Marks 7pnl i AgenSt..U.Is.: suky roa,!seven nnl s nnrih-east of Tallahassee,or with the exception of the adjoining counties ill I bonks, which may lie Itcn1I1out regard to drinkor Jan.23, 18U.
charge as guardian. G diS-1 3Cly'r.NoTfcTiT to R. H. Bfr.), .:)., Tallahassee. Georgia. diet. Many persons are diseased for the wont Sir-II has been my wish for a considerable .

OcI.eOLh. 1837. 'UOJ iA JOHN S. TAYLOR, C/0entlemcn deposed lo form a new Jockey of blood being purified. Thousands of persons arc t, communu'alc Id you ihfc good effect with J:

who E. B. JOHN ISLER. Club arc requested to meet at the City Hotel, in destroying their constitutions by neglecting to apply have used the ointment invented by Mr. Judl-i..
Administrators' Notice. .'I THOSE persons are in.lel'lec to Oct. 7. 1837. 9-2w Tull.h\ssce.' 8 'cl-ck! on the Evening pievnus a proper medy ; tn such the Panacea will be and which 1 now understand is made and clL"
is by note or are earmsily ao
hereby given that at the next Janu = lire! more tnan doubly valuable as a certain and effectual
of I
NOTICE I for ihs organizing appointed by yourself. have
the Races agents
of Gad-den Court the undersigned to make immediate to LAND FOR SALE to purpose ; npplied
> requeI'1 payment
county incitns of restoring them to perfect health and
ointment the last three
dministraiors of Thomas Wynn dec'd I the :lh cllbels ( t the first of September, as nil r1l"tI i Subscriber: is nuthoriz; 'd to sell three ,'ahiiible same. ; during years to every .
few families from Scoibutic -,
are
old Club will vgor exempt cie of and wound without
Rules of the Jockey gO'CTnu ; tumor !
account.- remaining .ud that date will be within 1- The failure
will make final and settlement' of said estate -, imp at put Tracts of Land situated 5. ,
report Affections Inch! cxhilitlritJlIs
: v. symptoms as Eruptions duce in instance.. I
and six months fron: the date hereof will apply into the hands of an attorney for collection.E. and 25! mile* from Tallahassee. The first contains till a new Club b organied.TIIOS. a cure every consider 1:
; Ulccrations Loss of and
Debility
Appetite
BROWN Pnpncti.r. decided and efficient
most
remedy-
BAIlN.iRD Jr. CO. second 520Aci all
TIe
4- Acres I 150 clcaird
1921)
for and letters from said about : casea
court a ai discharge such administraioi s.JOlN.dismissoiy July 1, 16 {".-17 Tor E. B. P( ikins.coPAitTNRsIIIL' c's, CO cleared. And the third SSO Acres, about Tallahassee, October IHlh, 137. IIif i Digestion, nil arising from impure blood: and it turner, be the cause w hat it may, and I hue foj
not properly attended to are sure to the
produce wounds
nothing so good for of !
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WYNN 200 t'1 arccl. These I are equal lo any |It
H. BROH'N.July : \ Florida and will be sold on terms adiantageaiiulo LEON COUNTY COURT. greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea is recommended may be proper to add, that the cure of the ton,,!

JC 1637.-MlCmNOTICK. subscribers hate this d.ty entered into the purchaser. Jusiah EJson, 1 Asbumpsit : Attachment forvs in ull seasons of the year, and in particular called the white swellinggiven over by ihe ai

THE: tinder the firm of Taft, Holt 11. W. BRAD.\. > Summons ad ft''. for *80 5GJ dam. us a mevcntutive-l'rom all diseases! in nurm cli- distinguished physicians as incurable, and whid

f &Co. Tall ls"C'clarch 15th 1837. tf. 32 Willis-Alston, ) Returnable t,> March Ttnn, I8J7 matcsand those ptrsfns, when diseases are prevalent they have decided would! without ampuuijo.

AT the next April term of the County Court S. S TAFT defendant in said case and all others in- by taking the Panacea three ( four tunes a prove fital to the patient, was under my immedtme

or Jackson county, I shall' pre"en the accounts GEORGE a.BOLT, MILL SAWS, &C. THE will take noticp of thc inslitntion nf weekor three or four table $>pootd'id'vhen going notice, effected by the use of Judkins Oiitanet

and vouchers of ihe administrators of the GEORGE MILLER. Saws; i! seLls huge Pat. Scales said suit by attachment as aforesa'd-and th'yare tobcd, and the person may fear tin apprthinsiou of and the patient is in fine health ; his limb affected

estate ef WM. HOLLAND, dcc'd, for sctthment St. Maiki, July 1, 1837. !.rI FORTYlill Tonic Mixture. Received required to appear and plead to the declaration filed being attacked with the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or b. time tumor being restored lo a perfect stale gfsoundness.

,. end us>k fQr lcuro dismission from said estate on con inml'nl. and for sale low, to close sales, by in said case, according to the statute i ii siHi case- Lilly othe disease, as this medicine is n valuable re- Also, that the leg of an aged man llm

THOMAS ORMAN, MQ g G. II. .%- T. C. LLNDENBERGER. made and provided DUVALfc ALLEN, sturatitu of the system, thereby invigorating the l.oil been wounded, and exhibited one drcadfall

One of the Adminisiiatois.' -TlI l J undersigned rtsipe"ifully inlbrms, the July :!, 1837. 51 .ittys for plOT coiibtitiitii.nand enabling it to bf.ir the debilitating ulcerated surface from the knee to the foot, 104

, Marianna .June 2f tb, 17.: .17-I.u! planters! Leon ainl ;u'j.ienl C.unties. thai he has A CARD.MKIWIL'LVT. September 25th, 1837 8 tf effects of all climates ; it is cc.it eyed; by the! circulating : which, for mere than two years, had been count

.'. U'ILSON hn fluids and corrects their lenoVncy to all those incuraVc cured
and appointed DA\ID ( uttoni<>y cied was c1lctutlly by the
LEON COUNTY COUIIT.Edward to 1,10.Sill I K.V.: Pil's patent C.llol CULTIVATORS. .aY ai1U.. WA'YUCU.JJ.AIlSIU.N. :MISS PARROTT discuses which originate in vitiated [blood!, diseased cation Judkm't. Ointment. 1 mention then app.

i Loockenn.m 1) As. nm".il Alt'nt for I lie icapcc/fully intitcs the PI:11cl s lo cal ) informs the Citizens of liver, depraved appetite, or predisposition to affections cases, which All under my immediate notice us4

rs. i $*s2.Mi' ix sus\. &\\ resp and cxamuii: 1.1; theinM'v! No. 60 WATER ST. NEW YORK. RESPECTFULLY its vicinity, that her ..SEMINARY : (>f the ltings. management, as a decided evidence of the efficacy
"\Vm Jourdan and Henrylor} $tG:, dam's: i-ne.f It resembles of pud flavour rich
C. r. CL.\HAlGI. for YOUNG LADIES will commence on in point taste a of this remedy in cases of tumors and of ulcere. |
I Smith. be. as | Sept il I, t IH'.l7: icturniJourdan I Ofl'ers his services to the merchants of Alabama, conlial rather than medicine.! Enl after
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trading ; Tall: ihasoD< r. 20 f 1f3 i. Monday, October 23d, in the Rooms lately occupied 3 person hate e.Tjicrieiictd as decidedly the good effectrf
SSmall.! J )b': to March l 1'1, I IKJs.rH :; _n _ Geti gin and Florida, in tile purchase of Goods, by Mrs. Oich.; rd as a Seminary. taking mtrcury, ill any way) slmuM have rc> ourse this rtrncdy in the cure of tcIon arid of eren

I I ilKtlelendatrs in said case. ant al, o'hers In I I .alls Jolui.soii. IHrJ( Wan-sand .Merchandise.! : In J thej tin:hasing and! The instruction pursued in this institution: will to .nc i.r two liottks. this im-dic.n; In the decln.e species eVf tie:.It wound li seems to me that u.

._ H tcrcsted, wi takono'icv j o'!( 'II I n Mi I munol. i iJ: \ a AV ) rI ') l, scl< cling of f hole N:itJjs; of pjiMidsj or in assorting embrace a complete English cour.se. also the Modern : : i f flil'f. or tth -n thc .system has been impaired one who wilt observe on the operation of this hy.

said suit, iiud the ts. in .,1 s.ml wut (if at- : .I ; I them I llaxinghail I long expert ncc in tie pnrhas.ng Lan ua es.lu'lc Drawing Valium and I by txciss, it rioniishi! s, SLI cit IIII"!: ; and suj-poiia tc satisfied its beneficial
IILL.flI.I-SI: :, i ; merit, must us 10 efc_
tor Alahan.a
of and Flo-
and : gownl Georgia
tarhmeiil, taii to action i ppearnnd plead '-to t tl decara. i (.Y'Tf it"< i .\"f 1. ]or/r./ttT' in Jininf *I.) I nda Inflittus him-elf that orders entrusted Fancy Neulle Work. it :-It IS i.ut: .MiiLing' too fir to add, that it actually 1 can with the utmost confidence recommend tt|
in tu any
4cl'oldt. Ii.'.
ton fll.t !atlc The will Monday October piolon:"i .
I in e made and provided. I R R,: ju-t I' i en.l tiuiii NfW V uk l a ,\pi IK r to him will I I be WI h siiisfa'tion on t the pan of those pre"cnl1erm open This 1'1\1I31'c..1ltas btf-n intir.Jncid to the use of this valuable remedy.I
:.t11 and close 25: .1 l weeksThe public
July comprising sir
ent iI" r.ni.i.l.l'illiC.i'-.ini. i. and! '.. loity ant tery respectfully,
CHARLES S. S1BLKY Att'yol'P.ir.Dated 1 as"ltl whu 'lIar 1 11\ him with their business.ISiJer" .
short umrfKunl has re-c.i itcd more Kstimon.alsin !
tor
tel m divided! into four sessions, eaeh succeeded a JOHN
\ \\ hurl, .if.ill tin most 1: f.i.shinii.ilii-: | TALIAFERRO.
til' ,
U--, Messrs 4
_1 I JS.H.: : 11.1 i to I.kroldV ar.d
Sept. 7-:11 : t'ttour lor its ttin\\cy, u' so short a time tll.ln:1I1Y
of half( week.TERMS.. rs: ,
Mr. Charles Ilcrstuns
holidays To of
cloi and p'U"II. I il. it ii.uc appeMrid i in,i i ll.c i Ki xV \ Baldti A llawliusl'W York.Win.. Mtiner by proprietor JuOiutuicnt < '
.
t : ,
'III'r iimlicin s vet ei-oo\erf-daiid! its nai" eat
NO TI ( E.SIX (iikm 1 'rl ",als > an t \ton.-ix<:.a" 'lrl".nl., nl j (.a"J' Tall.ihasieFlo,-\\ m. G Porer: Apalachic- i : near Fredericktown, Marylan&ICjPlLESjj
I .! abro"ot.II induce huiu''c! tlmu-
,
studies li'.ni" : s
t For tuition in English : ; .ii. aye,
months alter d.it I .MadeC'l! .'tlu"i of! t'< ry | whHi III'l'' N. Ual1in- Flo. \V'm. A. departments
nc- "
1J'III.tl"n. Fio Josepus, -
; -Craig ,
:lal present 1,1' : of forty week 8.0.1111') for those over 12 I sarn'; .. to oj'ply I"' it, to reap the true \irait- Before leaving lioonsboro 1 had heard
be ofasl1. cloths per yrar muck
,
End vouchers, nnd upplv l-> the Hun. 1\n.Hl i to is i.eaily 1tt.: dld !ti'! ; McKuisie, Irwir.ton, Ala.-PicMon Nelms, Co- rf
of those 8, and under I 1J, &K'(' IL.'ro.t article in whicn before
ngrfor over ; an the
the years ; you
few appear public
"vrr m si
, County Court ol L<>on ( a final setlUnuniAnd is any 111"11 rl C'iniitry. I Geo. u
county u an.H"
fl be made ini-
and for those under d 81: (0 half payable in ad- Notwithstanding attempts may tn named Herstons Judkins'
suits of ; Ku elijnclmtll.is! and ; proprietor, P. Sptciie
discharge from the adnnniM.r.lion <>f the estate I ) hll c.llln. yuuihs Octoler'J. 18 50. IvMy'r the clllff-d'lIce at the public in the tfllcucy and!
of Wra Ivmnaird, Idtcofb.iid countv. loth iiit'ns elm iii and furcaps of \ vi nee.Modern. j.air ointment, made by C. Heistons, near Frcderid.Marylandand .
----
CUII 'alou"(1'altcs. : each S'15,00. cur.tlilc! > er of this medicine, it will go on to of its descried
|I" ,
'O'I'ICI. Languages, per year in
tiEORGE YOLNfS, ,iimistrator. [', shuts ficm, OIK: II s' n'l doll.irs ca efficacy cures n
July 3d, 1837.---6r amtng \Ii.chi arc \vrKlyof plain nnd inflled pi'rsontowniri'lois} within the limits of the Drawing and l'dinting10.. conquer disease, m'lite :he.ItRlctCtl,anti earn for it- persons with whom I am well acquainted. Sim

lilln. plain, a d el11.rlidclcd b'h'"I. collars, storks I ALL, ir.tt',mi "f the city of Tallah is.ser, are Music, S00! for t the term. sell lliegrioil opinion ot thousands and lens of: thou my residence in Baltimore, it has performed i

NOTICES suspeiu'ors! fine 11trinn cinton !l.tiIi'I. and IK-I.cl>y 1/I.11: td t<> de uis I. the tame un t-r before Saturday Embroidery und Worsted Flowers, and work,.7. sands. Alnody i li as larntd fur itself a name cure on a friend of mine afflicted with the Pdet-

1 i HEREBY GIVEN, that ni the rcvt January ntteoiion shirts and dawfs:f111c, linen, silk I I b ick"kin 1 n- xi, the I 10th niit. of all nui, !anccs calculated MATERIALS CXTUA. which das'ardlyittaeksiarinot reach ; that such is Hating my self been a sufferer for some ycarj ki

term of Gadsden County C mri. the ui-def- and. fur elo"cs, fur collars:! du. white and! co'orcd! t>i caiisi: I'iMase! titvee'ds, tiash or filth e>f cteiydoscripiiiii. Each Young L-uly to find her own s'and and the fact, the number of Ictteis ill possession mu"t tins distrtiiii.g disease, I now unhesitatingly ip.

signed, the Executor of Fields) F. Wynn, who was I silk and linen ltIihlrrhmieIs. All LCT1I'lt uiiended to by the chair. tully satisfy t'lO' most incredulous ; anil. ttcic it necissary plied your oii.lment in nmy own case, and amp
B. Babb final will I lie cleansed! the hands Boarding can be had for the pupils at the Seminary th re couM be obtained: nuimrous tistimonialsunder tifled I rnad
ubate a
jexecotor Benjamin wilake report -I Also a lot .'f Ic: Picluthinr, .I and in nlf'el private families.Every the sanctity: .f tl I'e oaths of those who,
of I mouths the for that ( J4
and settlement s.iid < six sill as I low a"ollll to tin- quality! ..f time K""d] ascan cmpl"v..1; by City Corporation purpose, BENTS,
i fronl the date hereof wil lor a discharge and be btm: ht in time:'1'einl.ny.N I ] and <-haiged to the ..whtr".f S.tjt !I'Jsj! ; and III eventiifth attention will be ( aid ti" the A/ind an'!! .lIlt r sullerifi; the n:'st acute! and loi-g protracted) Counting room, Lombard

" letters' dismissory frol aplY r as sueh executor iv. 1!,31':. 1 IMf <- 01I..r.. refusing II> I..IY lor said work, the lots Manners of the Young Ladies committed to the. illness! hate been entirely restored to l.c1lth.but it A few weeks ago a case of woman's sore bran

I I of said Babb. JUUN WY Ilh will be M"ld at l"aIlic[ auction fir the paj ment nf the charge of Miss Parrott, and it will !be her effort to does not enter into the 01111'1 el'lI!ion of many,how cairc under my notiCe' the breast greatly infhuori,

, r July 1t i. St7.: 50-Cm (:.\UTIO %. sam.' S. 11. COURTNEY: merit the approbation "f her friend and pairons. it i it possible! for botanic lueduine to etlert such the nipple scarcely to be seen-her appearance

! ale i hen by, uained :gainst trading; Ta':'!.a".isv r., .\II.1-I, 1-37. i City ..Varshal.rjr.f Young L.idie-. disc'nneted \ jib thc Seminary, \% It t Let my work recommend me. ALL persons three certain pronus-oi, \i.otes, drawn by -- -- --- --- can it desired, receIve instruction in any of U eIranchei. I'lfI\.ttllhcr.) coml" lent to ,p.s I.'I"II. but suf-h are the.ficts told me she had been suffering three months witS

Subscriber having ejected: his sh.>p itt the undersigned, ,p.iyable! to J-iscph B. l flW.1tlJJgm 'lli th.il hey cannot be denied.The it, and was carried to her bed ; she then had lusted
r' THE :u.llatt ,. Oller.s fur sale, on accommodating UrrKHKNcr.sGen. Brow,Ju ''e Rarll; 1110\!, '. above nuilic-in' can be otitnif.i! d of G. I I. & other had been
: Store mar Baileys! Mill, oflers his M'at'.s, or bearer, as 0Taallile.Oc1 poultice to it; things tried. I Iadtiscd
f.II.ws.One
Mtcrms his HOUSE and Lotsiuia'e-d! Call, Cu!\ H'l' ler. T.I I E.: LI.M 1)L: gl-lU: El, .'Inl"Ire t. Taiu-
I :l and ii on Jiiekms'! i.tmcit it bad
dated KJ7
s to the puhlic u a first rate Gun Smith, note 1.1 : /uly. payable knowing bed
I It seri prepared to do Farmers! plantation: work.-' <. the lint day of HLI January Kl-: *, fur Hirer ::JJtj: .Monroe Street, in the city of TallahasJowSlsei' 1 lllh, 1S37 10-4w h.I'.f', FJ.! '11.l.i, with 1.rlll'cr[ Iar.! -' 11011 toi t.-ing| it.. -tiu cc'sltit I,) like cases the rot aid applied it M-

work smith do.lar- ) The Lot measures 11(1(! feet front Pcrr : C.mttmbg) ti> the Uii'tcttons it ia HoiirNall
i He also \11 ('ti Carnage or anv o-her I thousand 'Fozrnthp, .1iffin L>-unljrt May, IO7.MH. accompanying ;
I 11 work necessary to be done in thi;.country and I IIi One note ,I! the !fl'.1t dll. nnd payable on the by 1 11:0: t fi-ei u-ar. The house is a convenient, spacious TO THE: PI B'I C.I : JACOB I lot ei--ir, I ;eel my>cii tun.trained JMIII was gone ; it broke, and cnrnmeutit -

1 wishes his: diligence in disdmging work, and first d ')' of J.uiu iry, I Ih::J'J, lor two thousand dul.ais.; and coinlt.rtabic! resideiice, indtpenderu of I It is due to Miss PARUO 1 T l I' n> state, tat the to inform you ot ti.c etifcts that your Panacea discharging cojiii.uslyand so continued MM

Dlc.isiii: !*;(U.IOlCfStO ec'uT to him n liberal hare ( )In : no'.c of I the same dati-. and payable! em time hat portion, which is how ucLti(>i>;d as a Fancy"siorc. charges in her school, both in their present re-- \ hdd on me. 'I In, the year idU;, tlur. ; the months lays ; the rcluf fion: t xtrcme pain to perfect OMxciieil

of patronage., EBER BE.JL. fistdayof Janutry, 1**!10.( |for t\V() Ih.u'iu. lolliri! !! 1 dnced! and in their uri ifllli form, were deit-rmiii dby ufianu tt) Februar,3Iamehl alltl.\f'nl. I waseinlonlin : the woman's astonishment : a few dajin

Bal. ,"'1.1iI1sJetTerson, C mllr. Jim11.I 4") : As the saitL j Jcsf ph U. Watb-Jus nil1. gi\e-n i u> the I 11f' also oflers fur sale his unimproved l lot, on I the a I viceof her friends. In the first nistaiii-e. [> thmraliing with thira-.htmig imiachine,andc.tmgImt duced her breast toils usual slate, and in eight dip

;:'t con"nlcr.' iou !:I'elllp.n, we are icrmmed not I Ih,' -JIH)) lo'it' sti'ct r, measunng IM) feet front/h'y I IbO a friend \ :a< -o"MiIfc-d, who, having children I.' cold, and he dust teemed- settle: on my he cure was complete. C. jgRSiO.S

I i.tMLui: COON I to ] oiherul 1: the said, imle-s. nuLl lii: e"iiij.l] Id. [J-K k. educate i irom uiotiics of dt hcary advised I a higher I lull, :'. I MirtVriiiinrli 1 pnin, ....1 <-uiiU ..l..ntv" fir.Ipr.at ..>u>>ty, .April 3, 1e25.
.
't No. 100 HIIOADWAV XEW VOUK, with ina/ ji 1 en-'it, or until :,''u<: eouisi' ni \\1\v. ThuV.fi'i v witt I at-: tli t |'os > of l Jiis ent restock i Hitthan cirtLIlmistances.uhmI. ju-ifily,; nut! ""he mat- attend 'o my bii>inr."s; tl.e j lain' was located in my EEWAKE OF IMrOSlTIOX.

.\.ltI PALAT-ll, in I'r idi-, conirisin| a i.iosi general as"'II' Icr in C'lnsfcjneneebfinjjsuLniitted for reco'isulera-! breasi l. particularly on the left ide. I was uho afflicted Messrs L. &. R T Low ndes, merchants,Cumberlud

Between Pine and Broad Street : I. PARI-II, mi nt llf Fancy and Staple ( !iods, GruI", tlc I ii'm, 'he uixld binned i a I icr nature Ile\o'eral,! 10--,decided with nigh' sweats ant, fever, I olJhllhe aid Gentlemen-As Mr Ilerstous agent for the iaof i

OFFERS tar sde I full and complete assortment tfl 2)AItIUSVLLLIA14.. Il.udware, Grocery; t\r. &J. His feiockis laigc I H-mii; ihe-present ratp.sDo.the lowest r"ltlc.! ion ..f vu'i.u. l'hy.i.i.ns in :his region, Liu all to no Dr William Judkir.'s patent specific ointment!

.' Cal Lancaster county, and would inform you that last summer I was afflicted

; jnarble tops, do plain; DICSMIIV Uuio.iux willi mnrWe ''I S-t adapted tll the markei. I rca! pleasure that time nndf'rs'gnellulfH' this "-) also! to Chest t-o. and employed several Doctors with a 5ore leg-the fame of Judkin's Ointm iti -
"! and .. Cculie Table Imth and I I For particulars apply to R. J. Hack .), or Hugh. and recommend the i-f lhu there but d nvid benefit
plil t ps, square nition, n pafromge no finally, I had recourse 'ticcd me to get a jug o( it-but it happened not toe
,< round, Marble! top, riel l. blos d'>., Dunn'; I JHursItall's IVorin Syrup) Archer, authorised aent. fellow! citi/ens- seminary in winch the high moral to your Panace ',and used one boitlc wll chI "> nf .Mr. He-rston's make. I used it acmdifgtohe

tables! in st't's and fcin le, Brtakfa: t,' les tf alI E S rccoiumended to all parents nursts, and others 'Vm. \IA'EIt. and inte'leetual: character of the accomplished prin purcha>ed at Lei i i-town! Pa. Jut it seemed at printed directions, but my leg kept g eUitlt

14 sizes, Bureaus du. SOA| of all qllHJtie; fihion au I who have the mnntmcl of clnl.Jren. a! Tallahassee: Dec.--7. IhtM.' :: IH-tf -- cipal is sufficient guarante-e to the pupis'! for the ac- fist' nut to do> me any good, for I bcca.Tie weaker .torse.

I price M.lhol.IY Chans. 11'1 : In SiO e.lch. i the most elleclual WORM IJESTUOIIVO medicine yet I NOTICK.T quisitnn of all that is useful 1 and ornamental polite and wa obliged to keep my bed. My friends Mr Hcrstons traveling to the west stopped

I if \ 'I disi-overed. education. advised me to use no mOle ol it but I resolvl to house the time oim
toking Ch.irs cv" ly description ifl.lei HE suWribers having formed a coiartr.er-| ity daring on looking al the
l ( IUd sins, tSccieunics: and!U.keascit, 'I I This syrup besides bein a safe and active vetinituge ship,will hereafter cutuluct the Drug businessin I Thomas Randall, Kite it a fair trial, and sent for another bottle; this ment I had, he immediately pronounced it not of
" Ladus W Taftlisit'i' \ailil! I and wrmd i b agreeable' and ple-asaut to the taste,anJ afforded relief and acd!
ik
I 4'. <> < I the name ofSTE"RT Thomas Brown strengthened impfCIvrlllOe his make, and furnished me with one which wa.s.On .'-
f,1", Mabo'iy; liicli 1"'lllld Finch Bf idifads, I Iil no child will refuse tn take it. I a, much as the first bad weaked me. 1 sent opening and smelling it, I was sensible of til

ALirlilc; .ie 1"Iing G 11:1"1: ;, I full' ass -rtmentolHur l i is also happily calculated! for preventing; and & ISAIIXAIID.Then Francis 1'ppt-s, for a third bo'.tle, and am now restored, enjoying difference, aitho' it looked like it.. I then applied lb

fl'' \lalrt.H'1 I..I Fathfr Ded-, t.igih r with removing many other; disorders to vrh child reli shop will be found al the old tand formerly I Richard: Haywaid, bet er health than I have done for the last fen ointment which he gave me, to my leg ; it becawa

t citi\ nii.cl'4 i : Ii.-reary tl fuuiish a )ht!". Tcrr are subject, such as bowel or summer complaints!, occupied by Ir. E. B. Perkins, opposite! the market Robert J. Hackle). years-I am azaiui
.r ;t\f'1 ( March a>th.lS-J7) I 3S.11)I : ) dianh a or IUitne.sorilin** and iut-ging, it iintaluab'.c > It u..e. I Oct. 22 1637.SI'REG. 12 smee list August. I am fully convinced that and so continued nnti'' it got quite well.l'his .

Nr for allaying;those pains which children They will keep full assortments Medicines! I-- your pana-ea may bc takt n without any injury, ointment i* certainly valuable,and'I
sutler in cutting 'h..j teeth and if yrcviotislyused lrug. Chemicals-, Patent Medicines, &'., and II and is a n>cful medicine. Yours, respectfully, very
bji
be
would should be lost the
GOODS. public
fly ill- I I I A SOIITimi a pity it to
'H fl e i X1lor I lsJ7arenowd'ie.: c will render operation of nature pcrlerti pledge! themselves to 'dl nolhins but -renuine arti DAVIDESHELMAN,
and
beioj
ing on thl> subscriber, at his ofiice in : mild and free Irom danger. It is jua'.Iy. .ili,-acions cles. J. I'.nWIN: STEWART, M. D. r 'lIE Subscriber las just received from New The fMlowing remarks by the editorofthe Stark counterfeit article, bearing the name NEIFMAS

I JLMit and paving the sain", the publuwill much in ricke-ts and III the infantile remittent Jc\er. I hIN 1 17-tfEnWARI I ll\RKAltD, Jr. ,fl York a full sinriinciit of Bombainei, Man Coun'y, Cant-Hi Ohio) Democrat, are extracted net genuine. WM K
SANrL. it. DUVAL, -. -- -- ---- and .Merino' Cloths Black li ret n and Cumberland, May 24, 1331.
Thibet ,
re-coinrii' mled with the assurance that it i j. | tua. ,
ulyad 'J'I'VAIU: :: from that paper[ ot April 1 1,1N'>7.
From lice liererl Jar .
Jii\\vl5, 1 8T7.-W 'Viix foil" ctor.Pctor .'iiuaie to the intended and that IJItU'.1oll i Dahlia Cashmenetts, and Summer Cloths of a '-..1I $
_____ __ ___. __ purposes i HoceK's PAS\CF.\-Ir invite the-attention of
u ---- THE subscriber will on I have known Mr C Hcrstons to be the propw
carry Zi bra
and Frock Coat-
STAJH.J m.iy >>e .leuved from its vimplicity and i iitlm1lCflCC J I riety of colours, for dress fhccitizens of Canon and. the public: generally
CITY -
the) Tin AVaie niar.cfacturingbusiness Judkin's Ointment for several dwaj
: London ribbed Lt'r years
White Cambric Drills. ,
do harm. Plaid and
1 if 13111101 any the ad in another column of this
rorinvrly nohin on's. 1 .. ) and will! At nil tunes I. and Plain Checks and Cail to vertisemen: papa my residence iii Marylandand the ointment na*
Dnec'ions eaeh bottle.Marshall's Satin 1'.lc.tI. Striped -
: I \
uo.la n\n-ve id.Tn\ used
ncconipatiying the have the
article "
following rules &. le ultiols are adopt. ..,, have in hand a general assortment l toons, White Lawn Linen, Satin f facedvi g &c. | >y him toh.ive been in nmelt repute. It has leet'icqiently
nd the
THE coiiiiiound Syrup of '" ourselves anil can safe3recimflmlitt it to
either wlluk ale Used in while liviagiMaryl.tnd
for the ol the above stal.le*, at or variety of VestingLJIICU my own family,
;jrovernmftit for Pants a great
Liverwort.For an invaluable for most of the
as remedy
public,
be is retail on as icasor.able terms as can be sold in and during my residence in this at/,
I and will stiicily' observe-1, i hoped thy WII ihirts, Collars and Bosoms. A general assortment diseases with which mankind are afilic ed. haying ,
'olds asthmas uf bind
l'1 Jive gf-neral a:faction, and prevent any misuntlrrstanding. coughs, ( spitting any Southern market of ILisieryc.. 1'so' an extensive Assortment of >t ith success.
number of been the IctTitrs .
t liver{ c nptaiiiN, whooping i-eiugh, and all diseases Country nicnhanis and others are invited to :Iado Clothingmoriij fur a years subject to \- B TFAUGE
:
$I The 1 Are of a Hf the brea', and l lungs. call: and ;ati fthCIlIo.'J. \,-.. ./ hich lloaily are upwards of two hundre-tl Bombaine or NIGUT.MARK": to an alarming extent, the Methodist Bock Room, Mulberry st.

Ilackanilfour. $1 Ij CM;) dy The restoiativc pln\er- of this i mt-dicmc inli..- WM. 1!. FRANCIS. Thiber.tuinn Camblet! White Panacea was recommended to us by Dr. Houck New York, May 20ih, 1835.
per. Crape -
'i: Hack and eases <.j 1' I the Lt'ngs have been attested by ihe most Ta\laha e Jan, H 1H37. SMf I and Brown, Linen, Dress, and Frock Coats, Roundabouts himself, and we are happy 'o say 'e have been To prevent imposition, C Herstons nameJ
pair 75 .
relieved frsm that affliction.As -
distressing
both nf( : and this entirely
respectable phytieians Europe his hand on the rntetojitLcttjrs
Sulkey and ho sc TO THE ASTHMATIC it CONSIflI JI'TI\'I';. ,.Pants and tests, of every descrinti"n, madein a famiy! medicine we have no hesitation in on writmgwill appear
4 Single hcrje -JOO country. It possesses sedative expectorant and : iriQs-l prevalent and fatal of all Diseases the most fishi-inable manner, which lit is (dis that we believe it is unsurpassed.RKMEUV post paid, directed to him, in Frederic
saying
do do 7: (OO( per week, tunic properties, and hence abate Hvcrs, mitigate THE civilized societ)-theCon-iunip/iou ptJ'ocllto sell very reasonable for cash or approved City, Md. will be attended to.

Horse at Livery 150') per mouth I If coughs, -Hid almost! instantly removes sliglr and generally oe traced to the least Alarming o credit. J. J. HlltGE. : FUR 1tIIEU1A'rIS31. For Sale wholesale and retail, by

: do do 1 25 per d..y, recent lh'se'I.ieh coldswhilst, from neglect it gives have imincdia'e assumed rche. lo disorders may a alight but neglected cold. By estimation Country meichanis and ntliirs wishing to purchase nn lIE excruciating pain-the decrepitude and STEWART BARNARD, Druggist3; .

Single feed cure
I AU horsr& hired must be paid for in advance, un- Ion. die annually of the consumption. Most of these abo"c establishteenl.Tallah tE usual attendants of the disorder are suffered
obstinate .
most cases.It AnfrCostive
t \essthe person hIe an account with the stab'es.No will be found superior to other medicine dreadful results may be attributed to common cold, <.s.see, April '9, 18:57.: 3St5 by manv from despair of a cure, or disappointmentin Tonic Mixture and
horse deli vend without an orJcr from thr any Pills.JN .
his known for the cure of hhortnes of breath, hoarsenes, and a negligent treatment of the harrassing cough SHERIFF'S SALE. the ctScrcy of the numerous pretended antidotesto attempti
OT to of the numerous
pwner :cn'an. effect th! But those who have made consequence
whicli is followed is a
that
and remedial generally ensues- usually by purpose.
in the stable i "" wheezings, promptly: ill sureness ol 4 of Rowand's va1'
Smoking is entirely .1e VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri facias issuedby I II palm spurious imitations
forli1 I
fair trial of
UY
side and last
th Ulcerated
the breas' and lungs. In wtioomingcoug1i its corrcclive difficult breathing, pain in i nt determinei'*
establishment xxill be closed 10 he has
at ble Medicines the -
and rctnnnd to me on public
u'cock. Perul: efibrts will be speedily d.scovered.Marshall's : !. Lung. Violent and repeated Aslhnutir. at. |I a rn..gistralc.lcle.1 Dr. JchU's Celebrated' Liniment, in differrt
will close
entering please I ht gae. I lacks aUo I I by a constable ol the third district: in the county of confide the sales exclusively .o agents
bring on Consumplite bjinptoms. One even in cases of longstanding, and of the most lever the **
I PROPRIETOR.March whom alone get
Tonic Mixture. biJder of the from
Leon I shall to sell ti time highest ,
TUI of pioceed parts country
dollars
in the
ortwo expended puichase character have received certain relief, and '
r 4 1837. Otf For and Fever.Pirparcd before time door of the Court Home in the city ot articles can be had, and to guard the more effee
Ague un. IlKLKE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, many hay been cured in a few days some in 24 of unauthorised Te0I
iIUI4tSiu1tS.LE.: Tallahass. e, county ol Leon on the first Saturday ally against the impositions
; byC. Marshall, Phils. und for sale bvfcTEW and lillie itlentioi their tiuit-ly aiiiniiunlra hours! as a number of'persons in Boston and vicinity Boslon, Pif
,; prI4EIE Subscriber' offers for sale a team of six a in December ncit all the rijzht, title, claim and illI ers; he has instructed his agents
I : rnuslULKS: KT BARNRN, linn, will usually i instiic a mitigation of these I tel Cs!. of William 1.). Austin in and lit the lolk-w-ing who were formerly afflicted with Rheumatism. York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, to 1541* 1
They rc younsand
broke-tnt (madeby Watson of Y wel.) next dour to the Posi Ofhcc. disorders, anJ usually lllictt cure. Thc Pills tract l.f Land, to wit: the N-E i of tim -i.E i otieto'n have very fully test fied. Certificates are in the pos salts to merchants and others of any of the ttettt*?
wagon Jan. I senior of the the most l
I. 2I"37 25 Cms fur tIme :, H '1'2 It2 N & 1 E: containing) : Proprietor, proving thorougl:I Soi.lA sale again. Large quanuuoof
and the also bo purchased. are :aI"U:1II easy and cUccliinl I re-medy I acres., to be carried for
.: gears may BAKER JOhNSON.I --' -'-- sytnptmniipreedimmg and nrconipaiyiiiir s ilse note or less, Him;; and bemin said di>trut, to satisfy and surprising cures tj meant of this powerful LI: a pernicious article in imitation of the |ena
;
I
in
N DI ENT. where other
. TaflahasseeSq'tt. 1st.I I7. 4-tf I DR. HUXTIUtTO ; Asthma and Consumption, I'.ir: colds eUlI h.s, Si id wrIt in favor of Lewis Sanders. tions had case failed. approved apphica Mixture have been manufactured by LuciasS Wf*

WHOM: IT MAY CONCKHN.BY strict Sale will take place tvuhin the usual hours.A. utterly_. stock &. Co. of New York, and sent to the Soul//
tiI f l and UI -----
NOTICE. dillicully hreatImiuig, Iighmtimcss e A. Jl:IlER .shenlr.Jct.15lh.18.17. -- -- sal The name (,ofRoicLni instead of Rowand,|
w f HI HE SUBSCRIBER I to from thc use of Ir. I 11 I u,iter'" ine-Ktinuible, PilU, arross I ihe cites!, \ |hieeziiig, pain in the hide ( I I II-Ids 1 IU.'sIF1t1ESREMED V FOR THE 1'ILES :lie bollles of the imitation. The genuine$IV'cle

JL Iroai: th- Territory intending offers )
'' Jract of LANL, situated i.s of ilionnlt-rs, in xvhicli I the purchase NOTICE. does \tith the fullest confidence) one of the most'ahrtblc me only ,?gn/jinxhis part ot Florida and Ge JE. >-

;t( near Luke -,, contain' in ; 100 acres. I uccon panyuig' them arc enublcd effectually to eradicate of Dr. Re-He's Pills will not find a rich week after date I shall apply to the Hon remedies known for this troublesome and Damard jr. &co. General Agent, TaUabs3

iJ of whih are elected und tinder cultivation a CIltTIUIIASI: : E:, and to resfoie, rt-l urn 1 for tln-ir I frilling expenditure SIX Judge of the County Court of Leon painful complaint. Without going into detail ho William Kerr Sc Co., Thomast,
.
also offers for sale the giowingloi. ) un4 stock, : lust health, with ca.e. safty,and ceitamtj. in a few Priec-wlaole boxes, 30 pills, SI I; half boxes bounty, for Letters of Administration on the es- deems it enough to say, he -has in his possession James C. Eccies, Q.tiimicy,
of tools u..d d\M s. Wm Carson dec. N. M. MARTIN. the most undoubted testimonials that it has more Svtai'pLloyd, ii. Co.St. Maiks.
and a set uiensil.s laeot! ,
Blackbmltt farming I 12 50 .
pills celilI.Forsale
ID The exlensite sale and onexampiM answered live fur which it is mfl-
f and a cotton I s ticc< sUI October Jrt, Id37. iGw: completely purpose Thomas Alexander, Hickslotvn,
( thi* Medicine, i in this nnd other c lIe!, and principal by STEWART & BARNARD. ended, than any other popular medicine Dariu Williams & Co., Monticello,
owned!
This
tr.tct was formerly by Capi. H F towns throughout the Union for the 1.ISlliJil'cn Dcr. 17, i36. FUn LEA This remedy is perfectly innocent its applicaloii J. D. Carpenter Mickasooky.The .

Simmons location has on i a other valuable milltUl. and from I year<-during which it was satisfactorily prepHiedhy, LIGHT JERSEY WAGON and a good to all conditions, agesand sexes. Flail dlrtc' label of E. Barnard jr. fr Co. will bS' '

t \\ls.For possess-to the con ider.Ille the'J v.iitgt.' j Dr. Coiutvay, inCuiltes'ibly $prote, that: when used DANIHL I LAUD draught HORSE. F.nquireofMcRANEY&HAWES. ion description of the Complaint, Ac. accompany the bottles sold by the above agents.
c apply propricior on
.r' terms THOMASSIMSON-p anla. I with the INJL'CIION }POWDKllS: it ellecu athorough lIAS j jut received, and otfers for sale cheap, each packet which eonsi-stiof boxc Ointment Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837.

Jion.August 25th 1837. 3-tf and speedy cure of thai dieadful disorder, cash .only at Magnolia! wholesale ret Nov. 1. 1R37. _Uif and Electuary. Price $1 1 for the whole 0 ,50

I denominated the Scourge of the Human Race. tmh, N E Rum, Fm each and Hi andy, //-Hand and L.rrfI( C cents if but ono of the articles is wanted. To those afflicted with Cot1

; NOTICE.: *,* Tile PILLS are accompanied when the ease Country Cilll,1\1tJcira. n and Afusc.itfines, "TJI. M. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEYAT 1 : or Sale bv. STEWART' BAflNARD.DILMFRIK'S celebrated Albion Corn Plaster Jw* lb
it with the INJIICTION: ---- -
w'eeVs after d.1e. application will be made requires these PpWUlIRS. Bapgtng aud Rope; Loaf, Lump and Brown Sugar; Y Y LAW, will praciie-e in all the Courts EYE WATER THE relief, and at the same time IS30'J1
SIX and CI'.RATK: constitute
; u most powerful L'U'-a Codec Powder Siolaiui! Leatl! C'an-, e
the Court of the ; ; Sperm the Corn out the roots without
4 Jldgeofthe County countyof in Middle Florida and willaittnd tosuch Imsmessas draws by ,
medicine applicable .to the tarious of this inflamed gives immediate eas andiclief.
for of administraijon stages tilt II; 6 iap, S.arc.h, Bottled Cider Lf-muii Syrup, For sore or Eves
on tie estate be entrusted hisrare. Office in the building pain.
LoD. ller Protean disoidar. Fulund! plain directions with a : may >to On recent sore eyes the effect is most aal- with COt
Aspicc Pepjurc.
I t t of said : CKIITIFICATETo those afflicted
pf Elijah county. Call and Walker
lat occupied by
lan'ey popular treutiio explaining! the \aiious symptom, foimcily ry'here the complaint has been of years
FORMY AL. their feet I I
n-tf doeervilythat
lUV and the mode of tieatmeiit, accompany each box, lh, 1B37. standing, and in some exceeding bad cases.the most to
Sept. 23 18V7. STORAGE. Plaster with success.
y so that penons of either sex mavcuio thenibclve Treasury Department, Florida, unexpected and desirable relief has been found in Corn complete W11'

NOTICK.A (Price of the Pills $1 a box ; the Injection Pow- Is prepared to rccvive on stoiage for shipment, AUDITOR'S OFFICE, the use of lImit rye water. alter every other remedyhad used one box it CP'npletely cured I a make Corn th P

del and Cerate .r>0 cents each.) Coltun. aotl any produce; also to receive, store and } failed. Man who have used i it, troubled me for many years.
L 24lh Oct. 1837. ) persons pronounce that
having demands the J benefit afflicted with
persons against estate forward Goods and for the ol those
: Merchandize. Hi solicits
fiom the
IT: Prepared original Recipe in MS. a it the best preparation for thcso complaints
P William deceased late of Jarkson i is hereby given to Auctioneers Tax
( Brian. -f the late Ur. W. T. CO.IWAV his immediate share of public pationagc. Terms as customary NOTICE have met with especially in cases of soreness complaint. WMsWtW
by they ever
are r qu them and others chirped with he collection 28."
county. present immediately, and' the Solo '1'. KIDOCR heretofore in the .place. of Pried 2T Flushing, L. I. Feb.
Successor Proprietor inflammation standing.
long
. pioperly anthenticatefl, tnt those (indebted to make whom be had October 7, 18: 7. 9-6t .f the public revenue, tlmt suits will b- cmnrnenced or i'mucic,50 cents a box.D" .
of they may at his Counting cents a bottle. '
.
against all who are in default after the 30th I
payment t MARTHA P. BRYAN Adtn'x. _Jlooin, in Chambers oyer No. 99, next door to J. L. A. TH< >MPSON None are genuine unless signed on the oul8idewrlll'rer : None arc genuine artless .igned0P
November ensuing.
propretorTDER
\ ELUAH A-dmV.. ODER'S Drug Store corner of Court and Hanover NOTICE. Auil.! Pub. 4ce'ts.The printed ) by the sole propiielor '1'. KID side printed wrapper,by the solo .
BRYJN. 4IX months alter date will !"
we to the late
apply the ,
immediate inccessor to
Street Concert hail Boston and also to the Into Dr.V" T ,
uKU immediate
near !successor
1C 1937. ,
and I
Set. 6-8w w3 Judge of hi county court Gadsden Peniacolh Gazette, St. Joseph Times, ltoOm,0Tet1
county Cos WAY.-For sale at his Counting
his
. by appointment, (together with all ihose other Conwaj.
Courier. will the above three in.
for a final from the administration JarkscinviHe give
dischaige of
OATS, OATS, OATS valuable: Medicines as prepared by the late Dr. ollke foi For sale at his Counting Room over No- 9f! 99, Court street, near Concert Hall,
their this
the estate of lloseu Wilder late of said cilions, and forward accounts to r .
. JC
I JLF< Brig Baltimore, from Baliimore. and for sale STEWART fy BARNARD, No.6.) JACOB U. WILDER ) Adminis- his special appointment bitSTWIPAaT STEWART 4TallahMset -
t < cry1owby DRUGGIST.t PRINTING of neatly .. & BARNARD,
G.II.&T.F..LINDENBERGEa.1h37. dttaiptio
J t une, June U 1835 WM. H. WILDER. J traton: every 'Tallahun, March 13. 14 (No:3 Feb 83. 1 h2d J,. 30 tffP "
.
tMit
..aO lM2w. daincy May 20th, 1837. 41-2tHs tteeutcd at iffic*.

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