The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 23, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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brlhed THE every FLOBIDIAJf Saturday, at Fin Dollar* p.r reached by your wicb, on the
...... deliberation
_,110 B>' rid within. the year-or f Dollarsif THE PLOKIIM 4T\ I one ba shall givesafetjrandstability to the

;iil i I aaV&DCe.pZ1.3IKMLNTS inserted at One Dollar per operation ofthe Government, and be

of & lines or less, for the first ipserfift conlitenton the other, with the gentous of

"aart H *cents for each subsequent Insertion I our institutions, and with the interest and'
.,..,U. : with the number of
not mare" wishes .f the
jejnentS great mass ofour constituents.
Jl aired, will be continued until forbid.dch&rrb0t "LAISSEZ NOUS F AJRE,

_' ruon8 # Upon the subject of Public Lands the
Editor on business connected withbJOSt .
I : I :hment tbe roust rid. m1 Q mW CW111Q U411JggaUBa m mmm a vC cY. a1TD 9 President remark: I follows : .

The position. at one time assumed-that

Charles S. Sibley; I MARSHAL'S SALE. PRESIDENT'S .MESSAGE. for I hnndred and ninety-nine thousand nine! sypdred stem perfectly satisfied that he admission of new Slates inta the Unionon

?.s. Attorney Middle District 0 Flo. BY virtue and in pursuance of sundry writs of The limits of aur I hn and eighty-one dollar., constituting here prop being the aamo footing with the original States,
prevent us giving nor safety, eitl'
aenlCe. as Fi. Fa. paper *
Ailorr.eycollection issued stability
his professional I ( ) out of the Superior was
I rt1tTet1\ Law $in the of debts, Court of the Middle District of Florida, in and for. the message entire hut we make such extracts an aggregate ol sixty'nine millions four hundred er in the fiscal affairs Government, or United incompatablc States with a right of soil in tho

"lid ?STcrFlor"daV'He will attend all the county of Jefferson, in which James L. Parish as embrace all the matters which end sixty..eight thousand five hundredand in the pecuniary transactions of and operated as n surrender

f'* !in u.,8' ', District Office next door to the I' is defendant, Ishatlor., Saturday thetilh day of Ji- particularly fotr dolar. Of this amount, about thir and corporations, so long as a indiyidual hereof, notwithstanding terms of the
UVslPOtt., jr. E.q.S5th't 1838, fll at the court house in jfonlicello said interest our leader.-- ex- by which their
0 f J.p. on ty-five Millions, two hundred and eighty-one its between them, which like the compacts admission* designed
cnlrle Jan'I'T 1637. 25-tf day, in legal hours, at puMic: auction, for cash, the past, offers
The of to be
I:1S: see subject our foreign relations occupy tliousano three hundred and sixty-one dollars such regulated-has been wisely
following pyoperiy", viz: slaves, Joel, Sena, Jude strong inducement to make them the 1 abandoned.
LnW Notice.Office door his Gilbert, Isaac, Gilbfr jr Maria, Cornelius, Alilly, a considerable space in the message, will have been expended at the end of the subjects political agitation. Indeed, I am I Whether in the new or the old
subsciiber's is next 10
..::r The Amy and Cily, increase. which year on appropriations made by than States, all now ngree that the right of soil to
J cornrr of Adams and Clinton Streets.UI'0fde .- ther are slated to be upon the most friendly Congress more ever convinced of the dangers to
himself Levied upon as properly of the said defendant and the residue! amounting to which the free the public lands remains in the Federal Government -
I "oting principally to the busimted and io be old to : said executions footing, jvith the exception of thirty-four and unbiassed exercise of poli
) slish. according and that
le.ico these
to linn as COVKSEL AK. ADVOCATE, to law. S. H. 1)UVAL Marshal. milo0 cne hundred and eighty-seven .thou tic al opinion-the only sure foundation and lands constitute a
is thus commented
: business as be placeu with upon : common f be
ATTOIYS may Novlll, 1636. sa one huudred and forty three dollars, will safeguard property o disposed of for the
-ill *<*""? bc handed to Mr.Sibley, IT. S. The circumstances be the ncminal o republican government-would common benefit of all the States old and
ai" I Attorney, (ocupying part of subbcril>er's NOTICE. aggravating connectedwith balance in the Treasury on I be exposed by any increase of the already ,

DitIlct .*'illl'URctually' | attend to it The sub- HAVE ( sale } our claims upon Mexico, and a variety of tho first c January next. But of that sum, I overgrown influence of auorites. new.
w [ or an four horse corporate
,1Ce! ,) atiend the Cou.L elf Appeals and the I carriage events touching the honor and of only million thousand th I i is recommended for the
tcrIbtt "ill I I made by J. C. Hx'denberg Newark, to order, integrity our one eighty-five four : I cannot therefore, consistently more ?pceJy

: :nr Courts of coullti Jefferson but Leon, Gads Jen, and is now quite new, having ben used a very short: Government, led my predecessor to make, at hundred and ninety eight dolars is consider I with my views of duty, advise a renewal of a and general settlement of public lands, that
sUJkr: aid Jackson ( n. other COUrts. time; it is sufficiently ht for two horses. the second session ofthe last Congress ed as for" and the
.iall y retained. I ( a special immediately applicable I connection which circumstances have dissolved. price be reduced in proportion to tho
J l es llJf .4Iso, a splendid pair of match hors( youn,a recommendation of the course to be to public Those of .
JAMES D. WESTCOTT handsome, <$. well br.ke A bargain be hal in pursued purposes. portions it ime the lands have been in the markets un-

Talehasscr.: _nuary25lh, 1837. the coach and harnrss.ns I ha\e now may no Use for to obtain a speedy and final saLsfaction which will be for some time unavailable, consists The discontinuance of the use of State without reference to other

LAW .NOTICE. th.m. Apply to me atllrian/', "rmy plantation I of the injuries complained of by this Govern chief' of sums deposited with the Stte"and bank for fiscal purposes ought not to be regarded Sd any circumstances. -

i near there. C. BELLAMY. nRockCaveNov.7,1837. and by our citizens. He recommended the former banks. .
deposite Tho
.?.. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEYAT a a measure hostility toward those I
,," LAW will practice all the Courts 14 8t a final demand of redress with a contingent details upon this subject will be found in the I nstitutions. Banks, properly established and A modification of the cxistin* laws in respect -

J M ddle Florida, and willallt'nd to such business TALLAHASSEE RAIL UOADIs authority to the Executive to make reprisals' annual report of the Secretary of the Treasu. conducted, are highly useful to the business of i to the prices of the public Iand-,might

,,mi r be entrusted to his Call care.and Office Walker.in the build.giorinedy now in operation from Tallahassee to St. if that demand should be made in vain. From ry The amount Treasury notes, which it the country, and will doubtless continue toex- : also have a favorable influence on the legislation -
occupied by
i A..wr'th:. 1637. 13-tf .drk! and the following rates of transportation the proceedings oi Congres* on that rccomwil b ncces'sary t i issue during the year on ist in the States, so long as they conform to l of Congress, in relation to another

: J hae been established.On mendation, it appeared that the opinion of account of those funds being unavailable, will their laws and are fond to be safe and ben .' branch of the subject. Many who have not

groceries, Groceries.y every bae: Cotton, 75 cent both branches of the Legislature coincided it is stpposcd not exceed four and a half mil ef icial. How they should be created what the ability to buy at present prices, settle
arrivals from Uallunorc and JN'cw York, On all other aric..s, up or down, 23 cents per I with that of the Executive: that mode lions. seemed in the should on those lands with the of
K welia just rccaivrd, and are opening, at hundred weight.On ,, anv of I proper coition of pr ivilees they enjoy, under what responsibilities hope acquiring

Store tormuly occupied by Mr. James lc\1 ulJC passengers, each $1 50. Children half price. redress known to the law of naions miglft' the cumtry, to have the estimates on subjects they should act, and to what restrictions from their cultivation the means of porcha

.a larpe and choice assoitmcnt of GUOCEESanJ .. The Company i!also prepared to store produce justifiably j bc used. It was obvious, too, thaiCongress nade as low as practicable, without prejudice they should be subject are questions sing under pre-emption laws, from time to

riU, VISIONShi.h trade are offered tn ard have gwods bc at i heir el'pvt.. and the following rates believed, with! tbe President, thatanother to any great public measures. The which, as I observed on a previous occasion time passed by Congress.. For this rn-
; n :-
to'or: lUiitry: eIIl'cry arcolllmud.ltlOgr:1IS'x On bill's of,\Cotton,, J.> cents each ; and on I demand should! be made, in order togixe Departments were, therefore, desired to prepare belong to the States to decide. Upon croachment on the rights of the United
: ruo visions.: I other articles T2J I per blfor the fir.-t lfJthOInd:1 I undeniable and satisfactory proof of omeesire l their estimates accordingly; and I am their rights, or the exercise of them the General States, (lucy excuse them-elvcs under tho

;'p ,ltiml.1rc cured canxa&bcd: Ham! half; : price for the succeeding time. to aoie extremities with a neighboring. hippy to find that they have been able to Government can have no motive to en plea of their necessities the fact that they

do New d!Whet> Flour Middlingsiltimore be When transported COTTON immediately is. deposited, without at the dpott I power; bl that there was an indisposition to graduate them on so economical a scale. In croach. Its duty toward them is well performed dispossess nobody, and only enter upon tho

responsibility a authority in the Executive. tic and often unexpected fluctuations to when it refrains waste domain that they additional val-
o.1 Butter and I ard fur damage by exposure, no storage or wharfage \est discretionary great from legislating for their ; give
).\\fi.h\alalkcrel.' nnd Cheese. will ed; and when poods are landed atl'e; o take redress should i it unfortunately be wnich the revenue is subjected, it is not pos- : special benefit, because such legislation would ue to the public lands in .their vicinity, and

L1U.UORS. wharf of the Company, and denied or the siUe to the before hand their intention !
transported unreasonably delayed by compute receipts with I. violate the spirit of the Constitution, and be ultimately to pay the Govern
Jmpagne: : Cognac: Peach, Apple and SpanishBrandui. !:a road within six days ala lanJmz. neither !tora' Mexican Government. certainly but should! differ ment S much ;
\ jr wharfage mil be charged ; and no slotage wit oSoO'ta.s th necessary great ; they no es- u unjust to other interest: when it takes no steps price. weight ha.* fron? timeto

li'ltnd: Gin country Gin, Jamaica Ruin be: charged at the upper Jpot until after the sixth} documents were prepared, entering seiiially from p.ieseut' anticipations, and should to impair their usefulness! but so manages its time been attached to these coniderati:

Icnonrahcli! and common \Vhiskey d ay. i upon the duties of my office, a special mes- the appropriations not much exceed the esti- own affairs as to make it the interest of those that Congress have p&ssed laws:giving actual -

TOBACCOE llercJmt" will be required to settle their trans cnger was sent to Mexico, to make a final demand riutcs, no difficulty seems likely to happen in institutions to strengthen and improve their settlers on the public lands a right of

acrior.:! old "Cuba Principc"Si Havana Cigars.do p t o be paid bIls on weekly\'rf., and nil other transportation redress, with the documents required| defraying the current expenses with prompt.tude condition for the security and welfare ofthe pre.emption to the tracts occupied by themat

'iwCot! chewing Tobacco in papers dl J A R'lER. Superintendent.Nov. jy the provisions ofour treat)'. Th "demandwas | an I fidelity. community at large. They have no right the minimum pi ice. These laws have in

limplcte nssoitmrtit chewing and other tobacco ,". 8, 1537. I Il-sw made on the 20th of July lasl. The reply Kotwihitanding the great cmbarra sments to insist on a connection with the Federal all instances been retrospective in their operation -

fiRtDau Sintcli: Rappee. Snuff. OATS, OATS. ; which bears date the 29th of the sale wl. I recently occurred in commercial Government. nor on the uac of the public. ; but in a few years after their passage -

Ginpowtler and]brown, Imperial, ,&JlfDl.isscs Hyson Teas. ,oo Bushels of .0.:15., expected b tl.e nontli, contains assurances of .desire on Hunan affairs, and the Ilcral indulgence which, inconsequence money for their own benefit. The object of crowds of ncw settlers have been
Last Supar
Havana Coffee, coaise and fine Salt ,p Brig Ualtirnnic: from Ba'iim' '). and }sale of that Government, to give a prompt of those embarrassments, has r the measure under consideration is, to avoid. found on Ihe public lands=, for similar reasons -

:tUO" B.vg': S and Bale Hope. v trv low by G. II. &T.I P. L1NDEXBERGKR. and explicit answer respecting each of the been cxtcndet to both the merchants and the for the future a compulsory connection of this and under like. expectations, who have:

.urn Rat:.''''!', Chocolate, I\lrnnl.lc. Afu.uard: waj Tallahassee Oct. 21, 1R17. I I12ww complaint, but the examination of them wouldnecessarily banks, gratifying to be able to anticipate! I kind.. It proposes to place the General Gov, been indulged with the same privileges.-

and butter Rifle Cracker: ?. Spl fill Candles .S\\rtt GROCERIES. be deliberate; that in this examination that the Treasury notes, which \' ernment, in regard to the essential points ofthe This course of legislation tends to impair
i4Lttnp' Oil, Powder, Slut, dc <-. For
: n -
.Mtf G. H. kT.E.LINDENBERGEll.( E have just received from New Orleans an it would' be guided by the principlesof ; sued during tie prcsent ear. will be redeemed collection, safe-keeping, and transfer ofthe public respect for the laws of the country.-

TsIthacsec: : Oct. 21! I ll-tf inroicof Bacon. Claret 'Vine.lladeira and the obligation of treaties; that no- and that e resources of the Treasury, public money, in a situation which shal I Either the laws to prevent intrusion upon

-- l l H'me ow Pklct cash., Whiskey, $-c. wil sel hing should be that might lead to without any resort to loans or increased taxes, relieve it from all dependence on the wil of the public lands should be executed, or, if

-J\u1'fcE. fu G. H. 4- T. E. he most speedy and equitable adjustment of r will prove ample for defraying charges imp irresponsible individuals or corporations, to that should be impracticable or inexpedient,

R 11.\1.: DAVIDSON & REUBEN :SCOTTme : July :, is,17. Lt\Dc"DERGER.51 ur demands; and that its determination, in I sed on it during 1S38. withdraw those moneys from the use of private they should! be modified ot repealed. If the
to transact LUMPCS of
S agents *
win Gsdsdcn: rny county. Mr. Davidson any, is i als i auto I. NOTICE. respect to each case, should be communicaIrd The Report of the Secretary oldie Treasury trade, and confide them to agents constitutionally public lands are to be considered as open to

fi.zf'd rerre and pay the debts of the late nun The JMiWrihers having assncia teal) hem. through the Mexican Minister here. will afford you a more minute exposition selected and controlled by law; to be occupied by any they should by law. be

v of Harrison and ""Ilder. selves in Mercantile business under the firm oMcliaetiy Since that time, an Envoy Exraordinaryand of all mailers (onlectcr with the administration abstain from improper interference with the thrown open to all. That which is intended,

IJ'M. II. WILUFR.AptlHfhicoU &. Haw: *, beg; leave to inflt llicir Minister Plenipotentiary has been accredited of the fnances during the current year; i industry of the people, and withhold inducements 'in nil instances, to be legalized, should at

: I 1st August t I&37. JJOinJALT. friends :1 uul the public penerally, t they arc to this Government hy that of the a period the amount of public mon-. to improvident dealings on the part o I. once be made legal, and these who are dis-
.-2bQ( sacks salt, for sale by now( in the store ( l Mexican Republic. He brought with him disbursed and with the States i individuals l
3 H- H: BERRY. opening formerly occupied by a pys deposited ,, ; to give stability to the concerns I posed to conform to the laws enjoy at

_?rpt3., 1817. 7JU: : the late Hlherl S Miler, on the west side 'al 1 1Monroe assurances of a sincere desire that the pending as well as the financial difficulties encountered of the Treasury; to preserve the measures of least equal privileges with those may who are not.

Street ant oppolile[ { Washington Slarl i it differences between the two Government ai d overcome, has few parallels in our hislory. -- the Government from the unavoidable But it
reproaches is not to be of
Let work i in the City 1-assee disposition
recommend of jreneral t
my me. : should! be terminated in a manner satisfactoryto I
flow from
mentor Go ds Hard such a connection., Congress to .the public lands
Dry and
open to
Subscriber having erected his ware occu-
n 1 Your
rilE hp both. He was received with attention was, at the last session invited and the
reciproct.1 assurances banks themselves
wbicb oflcr f for sale from the injurious u'ilbwut entries
Store nf'ar Baileys! Mill\ offers hitices they : 'ui acr.i uuHling t rm" pancy regular and payment
to the public as a firs rote Gun mll". D.) RIeRAENV.SA3i'i ; and a hope was entertained that )Ins a to tin* necessity additional legislativeprov" effects of a supposed participation in the of the Government piice, as such a course

C is prepared; to do Fanners plantation: work. ,. "K."H.UVES.j mission would lead to speedy, satisfactory, .ion< in respect to the collection, safe tical conflicts of the day, from which must tend to worse evils than the credit
laiso: will work on Carriages.. rlier J smith! and final of all and pOI-1 : system -
or any Tallal.r J o ceKeh. 2V.li! 1137. 29.tf j| adjustment existing subjects of kccpng transfer of the public money. No will otherwise fiul it difficult to escape. which it wus found
vk that is necessary; to be lone in t IIII'roan I rr and | A l law necessary abolish.
sincere believer been
in then
complaint the wisdom l laving matured, and not un- These are views
ikes his ,hl1 my this important It would
el.ce in diichargins; work, as5sAOcuctoflhLts ad upon seem, therefore lo bc the of
to secure to him iibe,..; !>sliar COTTON. of the pacific policy by which the United d dersundiii" the proceedings of Congress as in- subject; formed after careful refection, and I wisdom and sound policy to part far
I'I'r4'nat'' EBKK Slates have always been Governed in their intercourse lencbd t to bc final, it becomes remove as
BE.7L.Baler'sAlil THE fii'uscnber is \icady ia.aJian'-iMipon or my duty againto with no desire but to arrive at \'hat is most a practicable, the which
<, JelTer-on unty, June 14. 4j- p'I'd13'l Cotton, rt th' highest mirk prie.H'LLIAM wilh foreign; nations, i was my' particular binj the subject to your notice. l likely to promote the public interest They : the causes lands and prcduceintrusions -
upon take
JAMES II. COOK, CENTER( desire, from the proximity of the Mexican Oi Ihat occasionthree modes. of performing arc now, as I they were submitted with efficient
Oct. bfore.
15 'to
IS3-IO No. 4 steps prevent them in future.-
:No. 100 BROADWAV, NE\V V.RK, Berry's row. i Republic, and well known occurrenceson t this branch of the public service were presented unfeigned deference the opinions of others Would single be effective
any so in
: our frontier, to he instrumental in obviating for consideration. These were: the be measure
Between Pine and Broad Street, cre- I was hardly to hoped that changes so important removing all for those intrusions

TEllS for nalc a full and complete!
met "nrnitnre, consisting of sideboards: will W ,1 ment, and in restoring to the intercourse between unifications of the deposile system establish made without producing a seious diversity of suggested: h A short of price already

Ale; tons, do plain; Dressing Bureaux with mar I the two Republics, that liberal and;1 c c by the act of the 2d of June, 1836, per- opinion; but so long as those period industry and

ud plain tops, Centre Tnbles both square and! STORAGE AT MAGNOLIA. friend'y character by which they should always mttJng the use of public moneys by the kept above the influence conficring'iews individual economy in any part of our country would
Ia 1, ""itii Marble Pier art or enable the citizen
IrS in set's and tops, Breakfast tables do., Dining= Tn E subscrib rs still! continue the Storage and be distinguished, I regret, therefore, tie baiks; and the discontinuance of the use of l local interests; so long as they poorest to accumulate the
tingle, : tables of all pursue only means to buy him a home at the lower
<-mrni.sion Business at thi (jlicc ai uual II more deeply to have found in the strh institutions for the referred the prices
s,8urriLusdn Softs omit 'l"allticsf.Hlli'JII an idMAhn4l1y and w'l:l advance cash recent communications purposes to, general good, and are discussed with moderation and leave him without
on stored for
with them apology
a, :; Chairs from< $.i lo $JO each, t or shipment to N- York, New C..tln of that Government so little reason wilt suitable provisions for their accomplish- and candor, such diversity is a benefit t settling -
OII.H, or Cb irh s on lands not his If he did
tkinz d!G'IUUIf'S Chairs: and:of tvciy:? ciip'jon'nrdro''cs' sI Iln, and nllnd with pr,'inptness and dc&p.itrhII I t"; to hope that any future efforts of mine mInt through the agency of public officers. not an injury. Jf a majority of Cougresstho spe under such circumstances: own.ho would not,
nz's, Spcietaries andB"okraves. enlistno
; : : to thir flattc for the accomplishment of those desirable objt.cl the of both Houses of welfare :
lade Work Tables! wit' :\!3Iueld: wood' tIIJ-incs. (ltrU-1.,1' care. Thry opinions public in a different light; and I sympathy in his favor, the laws
,Mflany) ; ln )h i pnst and French. Be.idstrad: *, tlcm.che'! from their .xpenenrc in Luonev, I toniTitand would be successful. Ccngress on the two first propositions as cxprus more especially if they should be satisfied I be as woul
n'r'i'r n lib a al tli irenfpublic ., _. ., readily. eccutpd.. without itninnr .
Riltuo\ ]patrln3gp. wd in the -- ,
L'mkiiig GlaI'c! a full 6.rtment (r,1JMa'rasbfs Their charges: are as fnllow, \\i7 Although the larger; number, and many of[ negative, in which 1 entirely mat me neasurr proposed would not DC acceptable to the public po -
article! ami) l't'OIthtr liod, together with St ,ripe of C f\Ot fo the H'3"ol, 5cts per bale aggravated case. of personal wrongshave con ur. it is unnecessary forme again to recur ; I shall look to their wisdom to substitute .A
13 necessary to fnrmth a hniive. Tern large portion of our citizens have
> Marking and ncishn! ;, aeii 61 been now for before the Mexican to them. In respect to the last, you have such as may be more conducive to the scpt-
2J. (:\lHrch !Sth 1 ISt7 years ed themselves
_____ : 33-3m..) Filling lulls-il'liJiii OH the public lands wilhoutauthorty.
up ft '
I.ts }j-erset Government ;in opportunity since and
Nf fiiJJ Firm inoinlr I and some of the causes nation i your adjournment, one, more satisfactory to the other. In
.. ntnrag on gfCJ1., 12j cts bb since the of the last
'HE Each pcr al complaint, and those of the most offensive not onl) to test still further the expediency of any event, they passage preemption -
i TAXES tor lTare:!: now due. By I. gucc'cding in nih' fi{ may confidently rely on my law and now ask the of
ing on th subscriber, at his office m Talla- BENJ. YRI :1 CO. character, admitted nf immediate, Dimple, and I I the measure, by the continued practical opcrllalion hearty co-operation to fullest extent, which another enactment
to enable
", and paying; the hain, the public will much Mai-n 'tii! 17ti! (irt. 1 1-37.: 12 tlj satisfactory replies, it is only within a / IV of such parts of it as arc now in force, my views of the Constitution and my sense, of them to retain the lands

.' SAM'L. it. I'UVAL, I Iuir I days past that any specific communication in but also to discover-what should ever besought duty will permit.In I occupied, upon payment of the minimum
*, 1S3749 Tax Coll'-ctor NOT1CK. price. ask that which
answer to our last demand, made five for and regarded with the utmost de- reference to.the United States' government They
CIT Y .S'th 8----- of dccree-of linn. lontls : has been repeatedly) granted before. If the
pursuance: : thr Thoma: has been received from the ferente-the opinions and wishes of the 1
Formerly laCIer the .\1 idil I) ajo; llxianIinisler. ; peo'pIt. the} President complains that the bills of the future be
ICobiiisoii's. Randal Judge"f Disinct' (.f Flonda The national will i is the law of may judged of by the past, little
I (rUE t.lIo1om rules &'regulations are adopi- lrd"rn l 1 sale of the seal estate of Nuli.mByid By tlc report of tie Secretary o f the supreme old institution are re-issued by the harm can be done, to the interests of the
1 for the ot the above deed I shl f ihe 1-th. ,'f Dec. next, at State, herewith presented, rnl the accompanying Republic, and, on all subjects within the
government statue,
::1'111 i>f stuctly! observed, u is hoped thy!! will,: the "toreol l Parish, (,offer (or talc at publicauction documents, it will be seen, that for not h limits of his constitutional powers should be bank, contrary to the provisions ofthe charter Treasury by yielding to their request. Upon -

t"i.eral saiiilactiun, and prenl any miJ>un'tlndlDg. two eighths of Land lyirj; on, or neal; one ofour public complaints has satisfactionbeen faithfully obeyed by the public ser\ant. Since l which allowed two years to close its a critical examination, it is found that the
the Micsuky Lake. On the 1 IfKh at T lands sold at the public sales since the introduction
!ie //ire of aHack lour eighths joining the land of Col. lal.aser, an( ghen.or offered; that but one of the cases t the treasure in question was submitted to your business after its expiration, and recom- of cash in 1820 have-

and four 115 00 per.day, John Parkhill Esq.cimi of personal wrog has been favorably considered consideration, most of you have enjoyed the mends that some measures be adopted to produced payments ,

Hack and pair 710SuTicry : T of sale! tli mon'hs creditil bond l, ; and that but four cases of both descriptions ,- advantage of personal communication with arrest such on an average, the nett revenue
and ho se 3 security, and es. proceeding. ?f only six cents nn acre more than the minimum -
00 approvd zn'rtgae 0/ prenai out of all these formally your constituents. For one State only has an I'
Single horse 200( A particular description ol said Lands on day of presented It Government There i is
vile.; and earnestly pressed, have as yet been decided : election been held for the Federal Government is obtiouslyimportant to this: branch price. n* reason -
4O do
IIor 700prrweck, but the which it took of the public service, and to the business and to suppose that future sales will be more
.c at Liven500:: I j-er month P.. PARISH, adm'r "cuard'nNov. : : Hpon by the Mexican Government. ; early day at place.
io du 1 tT, per d.iy; 1C, 1837. 17-id. I Not perceiving in what manner any of the d epr.vcs the measure under consideration of quiet of the country, that the whole subject productive. The government, therefore.has .

Single! feed <;-2j i much of the support it might otherwise have should in some way be settled and regulated no adequate pecuniary interest to inducoit

CI nhe: LorYJIi hired has must an be paid fr in a-J\anrpun- PROCLAMATIONlhe farther powers given to the Executive in alone could this bn J: derived from.the result. Local elections for b y law; and. if possible, at your present ses- to drive t these people from the lands they
person acci.uut with the
usefully employed
Mab'ex. bringing unfortunate
?io liurc, : delivered without an onlt'r from t UY RICHARD K. CALL. controversy to a satisfactory termination -. State officers have, however, been held in ion. Beside the plans above referred to, I occupy, for the purpose of selling them to .

kr or to his known ervanl.IIIa1nn Governor 1 several of the States, at which the expediency ur not aware that any one has been suggesed others.
;:: in the table i JIJ entirely forLidTheIbl ofihcTerritory I of Florida. the subject was by my predecessor referred of the plan proposed by the Executive has t except that of keeping the public Entertaining these view/, I recommend
ment will be closed at 10 o'clock. Person!\ l.TI ERE \H, nn rVrtl0n was I.eMn: Mo n. to Congress, as one calling for its in I- i in the State banks in the of a pre-emption law their
been less discussed. You will I special deposite. This passage
more or am J
trmg will please close the rate.: d.y tilt ninth day rf OctoJwr fj.Itctn hun- terposition.. Jo accordance with the clearly
THE PROPRIETOR. dred and thirty R. vei. '(o members I" >sent understood wishes of the Legislature i another: confident, yield to their results the respect due plan is to seine extent, in accordance with the benefit, in connection with. tbp preparatory

["rdi: 4 1837MijLK2i. u1lf the s.-vtr..l C'JUt e-< in tins'] erritory, in rtpi the next. satisfaction to erery expression of the public voice. Desiring practice of theGovernmentandwith the pre. steps toward the graduation of the price of
Le< iklame and formal demand has beenmade ;
; Council. however arrive truth and ent of the the public lands, and further and more effectual -
Ant whereas to at a just arrangement Treasury Department :
M said rlor'jon individuals : the Mexican Government, withwhit
| \ for sale a team of six nceivej Hi* h--ht-st! III f.lllwin' upon vievr of the subject in all is bearings, you will ; which excep, perhaps. during the provisions to prevent intrusions hereafter.
num < r in the the documents communicated
ff success now -
ltl rate MULhS. TheyHre'o-jnc u'cl f illoWlllg CnUHti, to Wit : I at the same lime remember, that questions of ration of the deposite act, has always op Indulgence to those who have settled!

\* wayon also'inadebj'\ )' Watson.ol York.la.' ) In the (lunt)' of Leon. Thomas r.r-w-, U'liam 1 will show. On i careful and dlibcraleexmination far deeper and more immediate local interest alowed. even during the existence of a Na- on these lands nhh the expectations tbat
gears may IJ purcha.ed.BAKER W. of their contents, and r-
WyattJose1.b Bannciman, and J be made rule for the
JOHNSON. Gil soa; 'iiam I ing the spirit manifested by the Mexican Goverment than the fiscal plans ofthe National Treasury, t to make a temporary use of the past legislation wouI a

ahsce\ Sf'pt ts'_ >S37. 4.1 tf In the county <.f Gadsdtn-It.ham Johnston and were involvd in those elections. Above all, State Banks,in particular places, for the safekeeping future, .and at same time rernDving: the
has become! painful duty ta return
NU11CE.i'HE lani l II. Ken.tn. I my we cannot overlook thestrikingact, that there of portions of the. revenue. This most plausible ground on which intrusions

SUBSCR1 BliR intending, to remove from In die county: c Jetcr -I E Blackburn and : the subject, as it now stands,to Congressto were at the time in those States more than discretionary power might b continued, .if are excused, and adopting more efficient
whom it decide the time
VJr.' the Territory, offers for sale a valuable :V J Huzic r. belongs, to upon one hundred and sixty millions of bank capital deemed whatever systembe means to prevent them hereafter, appear toOt
In the of J.lclison-RicharJ // the mode and the of redress. Whatever general
,20LAtf situated nb'.ut six miles dom Tal- c-innty Long and measure the which
James W Exum. of which large portions were subject to actual adopted- So long as the connection involuntary !- mostjudi'ious disposition can
jr.ltlr Jackson containing 400 acres. may be your decision, it shall be faithfully .
1 In the of Escambia Thos M Bloun forfeiture-other we need few of be made subject. The limitations -
and perbap
ere cleared and under cultivation..: : county I executed, confident that it will be char, large portions upheld ,
t ofers for sale the growing crop and stock Edward L. Druke. 'only by special and limited legislative indulgences those difficulties and liule of that dependence and restrictrtctions to guard against
I'let Blacksmith tools Dud farming utensib, ; In the County of Franklin-Peter W. Gantier.In which by that moderation and juuire -and most of it, if not all, to a greater on the Banks, which must attend every such abuses in the execution of a pre-emption
totton gin. he County of Columbia-Heberl! Brown will, I trust, under all circumstances,
law the
will careful
'llrlC In the of or less extent,dependent for a continuance of connection whcmpullory in its nature. necessarily attract attention -
i hingicnJoseph) ofour
was formerly owned by Capt. II F County Crlkey.II govern the councils country
", h'l yn it a valuable mill seat, and fromposwsscs Ihe Cnuiiiy of XValir.n-J_me Vtiu hao. An advantageous treaty of commerce* has i its corporate existence \jpon the wi of the and when so arranged a to make the banks of Congress; but under no circumstances
t'on other In the County//arailloQ James Bell. fixed ofihe Government. i is it considered expedient to authorize -
considerable ad vantges.proprietor ; been concluded the nited Stairs with State Legislatures to br then Apprised a part machinery ;
II tm%apI to the In fie! County ot Madison-Thomas Livingston.In by the floating claims in They have
} on the plantaT11OMASS1MSON. shape.
Peru-Bolivian of this circumstance, you will judge, I U undouUedJy in the power of Congress so any
Confederation which
th ,
< County of Alnrhua-William J Mills.In wants only
tus whether it is not most probable that the to regulate.andguard it as to the pub- I been heretofore,, and doubtless would be
: lll, 1837. 3-tf the County of N8sau-J Ihigtuabotham.Iii the ratification of that GOiernm nt. The peculiar prevent '
the < of interest in these from to the hereafter, most prolific sources of fraud aQd
C"IIIVlf UU\II-luab D Hart. of for condition that vast respects ick.inoney being applied use or
Mithhf.ik1.i: : a subsequent negociation the
':)T iflu : A1E.: In fie County .Muquit'-W // Brockenborough. progress P has the extent to which it has been spreadthrough intermingled with the affairs, of indivduals. oppression.and instead of operating to con-
and in of settlement ofcaims.upso eru,. jicen unfavorably .-
lirpi.Fa.j| pursuance a certain writ all the ramifications society Us dr Thus arranged, although it would not give to a fer the favor of the government on industri
issued out ofthe the
b'aperi-Court! of In the County of St. Johns-Thomas affected by war between th lathe .
'r dhle District Florida,for Gjdden. county and David Lr-vy. Douglas and the Argentine Republic; and rect connection with the.then- pending elections the Government that entire control over its I ous-settlers oren used only to ministerto

"tV. Armisteai"|, Adm'r is plaintifli ; In ineCoULty of 1/I.brolph-EzeJid Sttrd.In power is likely to I in and the f it was calculated to infuse own funds which I desire secure to it by the I a spirit of cupidity at the expense of the
L. event produce.delays ing
Irt Harison, and Ira are dekk7 the County of( same far most meritorious of that class.
** I will sell Sanbr Fizllarick. demands those into the have exercised a plan I have proposed, it would, it musi b I
at the settlement of our on
nn Saturday, In the of Monroe powers.
County of the Secretary
aucton iqfluejice-over the result than admited in The accompanying report
J. 0/aDU'y', '8Jat court hou.e j in As by the returns of said election greater any. a great degree, accomplish one
|7tt1CfOllOWja, property, viz- Five i-live*. appears to tuac.Now Iealymade The balance in the Treasury on the first which could possibly have been produced bya of the objects which has recommended ,that of War will bring to your view the state

4.1 !ed 1 woman.agel' lout22 vears Martha, a therefore, in pursuance of Inw, I do lerelyprocilm 1837 conflict ofppiqion respect to .question plan to my judgment-the sepaxiion of the of the Army, and all the various subject

Isaed l ; Gn1D, .mln, 2; Sam, 24; Henry., ihe aforesaid individuals. duly elec day January,and was forty-five miions in the administration.of the General Govern fiscal concerns of the Government from confided to the superintendance of that of.

"Pen and memltr. of said Council nine bundret sixty-eight thousnd fve: ment remote and far less, in I those of individuals With
[ aold more or.corpwrttious.
the important
1.b a property ot t uidrln Given under my hand at the Capitol in the City twenty-three dollars. Te receipts ficer.The
;. r It one lid deCcndant to 5Iti. of Tal.houc. this the seventh diy of D<:- during the present year from sources hs bearings upon that interest. these observationI reecommend the whole principal part of the Atmy hs been
la. al
1 S. If. DUVAL cmlr.A Isn including the amount of Treasury I have found D reason to change my own I mater to your dispacsMoate reflection, confidently concentrated in Florida, with a and In
K CALL Oev of FloridaDe' nots
h1j$7 M.lrb,1 I hoping that some conclusion may the bringing the in thatw
is 9, 1837 l&-tf f issued, are estimated at twenty-three milons opinion u to expediency o adopting the b txpertttion w

; .- -,.. -- J

.. '.
t '
4 '-
3TS. the forbearance of our report is unfavorable, an energetic a '
is apparent-
I We have cotJ'erI\ I people ,by
r.tcry to a speedy d so. The necessity The decrease in numbers of the tribes The Message concludes---! nn,well savage murderers' took.whosaw the dead bo i;overnmejit.-Th display' of a little spirit era! movement of the army may be expected

". -'tipping the posts .n tho maritime and within the limits of the States and Territories awaro of the various' subjects of greater sed "itb-n'g ntlemnn ofChartrand't not returning would soon bring them to a better temper.N. .- The troops we are. happy io add, are healthy .1Geergian.

. t. .;n-J frontier of their entire garrisons, for has been most rapid. If they be removed I magnitude and immediate interest, that press dy. In to cdusequuenco St. Johns, fears were entertained Y. Post From the Correspondence of the Savannah I .

f' purpose of assembling in the field' an ar- they ran be protected from these associations then (I\cs onjhe consideration of Congress!; that he hd been taken prisoner by some of FORT MELLON, (Lake onroeNov.) Rep.25. .
but I believe there is nol one appealsmore TEXAS.
: of less than four thousand men, would, and evil practices, which e.xurlso over all tho the first InV.
f than liberal andeven the icb l3, who have scouts Texas i is cheering. I hasten to giveyou news or ;
to its j justicc a mom
indicate the of increasing pernicious and dcstrcti\'e an influence over directly McCrea with twelveof The latest news
; tn to necessity the interests of neighborhood and Mr. II III portance wo have had at this place since ray
attention to stated be exceedingly prosperous
cffisicy their destinies. can be induced to U- generous I out The co mIry is to
and tho They set
: regular\ forces ; superior the Dorchester volunteers arrival. This evening at 8undown_ Pewel'
well greatly) diminished ex- bor, and to acquire properly' and its acquisition the District of Columbia, nnd a thoroughand learned the p rti, -cMiiigrants are pouting in-tho weather other Indian
: ns as of in careful revision.of local covernment.M. search of him j when they 11I1 and bealty-its Indian brother in law and two who

I .se of that description of troops, recom- wi inspire them with a feeling cultivated, VAN BUR EN. uhf,s ofliis unti.ncly fate. was delightful entirely pfra'cerrblc-and Mexicans had been sent by Gen. Jessup from Yotusiato !
.ij this one of as dependence. Their minds can readers must be advised these neighbors are returned
: incasuto as economy Dec. 5. 1837. Our I affairs. Con- see Miccanopy, beating a whit,
11 of I refer to the ,".1 thpC:1 bo laughl the value of salutary Washington, to be taken with grains are attending to their own with them three
as expediency. report counts! aro piobably flag, and bringing women
tha rca onshich have induced the Sec. I, ;and;;;: uniform i ; laws, and; be: made; tWI; ;iulo; ; allowance. Tho Herald is not .nly zeal- gress has appointed a committee to fix upona theprice and two childien. They found Micanonj .

I-.\ (If War to urge the rc-orguniution iW blessings of free giivernmi'iil.; free 11\\ C.\N NEW AUA.YORK, Dec. 7. ous bu' furious in ils ultra.loyalty, and, we site for the new seat of government towns-are on hi* way to Tampa Bay. he sent word to
their LOWER land is rising-new
i enlargement\ of tbe Bluff of tho Army give what direction they please lo Saturday inspect, makes the most of every rumor, of rapidly is Coahadjo, who is here, that he will meet
. of t tin? oidnanct: corps in which I fully bor, and sharers in the legislation by which We have the Montreal Herald of the tendency of which is to urge on the Government all the rage-and one tu) be called of Sabinc Aurora, I him at a creek, the name of which I could
through side
of their indus- and late information the south-west
buildin" on
and the profits morning vindictive
their and
nir. persons to the most summary: rivers. ; not learn, in four days from this time. \
will channels. Thai on which we the mouth of the NatcheS and Sabine -
and they other place
be the near
is not, however, compatible with the try ale to protected measures. The accounts from of delegation Cherokees, consisting of ail i
conviction of the impojtance I most reliance i is maintained: from gentlemei I Lots- have already been disposed: at
% I
"Sts: (,f the people to maintain, in time hive nn ever present .'clock Saturda/ Courier appear to be characterized, general c"'ent. the price at arrived hero yesterday ; they will accosnpi
J on of uOO on
themselves : I who left Montreal at \
." foice adequate to the dcif of union) of peace among more salutary caution. l----- per in his visit to Micanopy, lot
ace, a regular that confidence Iy, by a the first hundred ny
1 sold
of amicable! and who as and of the preservation morning
their influence
extensive fionticrs. In pcriof of using with
t ( our relations with The interests of the Uniled was at that time very much restored, the From the Cliarlc&lon Gazette, Ortc.9.LATEST 1 shares. The mania town-making is spread- purpose
danger, and alarm, we must "cly priii- I; wdl of him, to come in. Gen. Jesup is expectedtomorrow
l that tho spirit as and the fertile imaginations
by : < a leprosy-
States would also be greatly promoted general opinion: FROM
: wdl-or anizcd tniiilia and also Col. Twigg's regiment o(
( ai.UHt; n ; had received amidst un- ,
f tho telations between thc General as the power of ihc in.surgcnls : fast sailing Hr. batqne Acadicn, thousand are building up palaces
3 :'.-arrangement\ lint 'A-ill render this fouling Charles would Cbron. Dragoonitho started I Iwo days ago heat
whit has I so severe a check at St. as arrived this yesterday trod prairie-Iobile
: of t force more has \ and Slate Govc.rnmetfrom prved Capt. AULD, at port ---- this L'land, from Yolusia, for the
<'l utnon: \\tnz w.b ----- post, pmpose
cfcimt below equality'
un -
: far even sailed
incumbcrance, by a educe from Greenock hence she Pec. 12.
forenoon Savanrnli Georgian,
ct of an anxious s a most embarrassing From tic! of scouring too country.As .
: M a: I tho
nn'ended to tho fsrst by sath.fuctory adjustment ol I conflicting titlesto the l Loyalists, strengthened as I.Heril on the -llh nil.We IMPORTANT FROM FLORIDA.My soon as the result of the talk with Mi
i :'.n--o; Congress from
: tho of tli3 State soon lie, by the large force coming Upper indebed to Capt. AUI.D, for Camden .
tu'jul Washington, and bus been since bo developed by power arc : the arrival of the steamers canopy ascertained, I will inform you.-.

; ii"..ily brought Io your notice, nml rei.tly and General Covcrnmi-nls, and improved by Canada.Co Greenock papers ofthl 26th ana 30ih October Captain Mills,and James Adams, Capt. Chase The boat leaves before day in the morning,
with reinforccinentrn -
j marched
!. Goro: had a strong has favored
': :: iis ( strongly urged by my the enterprise of a while population. ; and a commercial friend from tins St. Johns, w" learn tli.it on Tuesday and 1 have a great deal' to do to-night, I
impoilunco Tho i Iuitit itchy connected with the subject, is < St. Vt'ulis--thc correspondent us with a Glasgow paper of 30th Oct. and auk last, Micanopy and Cloud, the last, nephew of must therefore close.Correspondcnccotlie.
n: :diite; predecessor. provision il ( 'r.iri..r k lnqiiItr.r.... sa/s of
Constitution that renders it necessary in.l tho .!obligation of the Go\'erm n1 to Inbil I its I of Ih IlI'.I. J\J |I n__ of ihe London Courier to the evening Sim Jones, came in to Furt Melloii, with about -

.l| .1',]:; ; uniform of organization forth treaty stipulations, and to protect the IIJians \ with orders. to destroy every thing--ra/eor the 28th October, inclusive, being four days i 20- warriors, and surrendered themselves. Commercial Bulletin,
: system .
; hjtm| tho United States, thus assembled at their new resi-leiices, from burn the houses. and give no quarter.Col. later thai,; .ny previous accounts received. Another informant states that Micanopy, HOUSTON, Nov. 29, 1637.
. .
1utii: insunnounlablc throughout loan all interruptions n'ul disturbances; from any NVether.ill was also to march on another Below, also, will bo found several extracts Jumper, Tigertail, Tukigo, Cloud, Co-a- To the Editor of the N. Commercial! Bu'etiii!

11 l,>sents an the oust.\dt other I tribes or nations of t Indians, or Ii out expedition: iiust th-? insurgents collected I of letters, giving a statement ot the buljo: a nil Vahalucha, had come in with about DEAR SIK-Since my last; I have beenua
( 'I fiJeni!; ariange.menl by c.\ilicatiol whatsoever, and al Grand Undo, (Two llltain,) m-.irkei to the 27th October, and I and children..
bcrcti'joro( : I % any other person or persons : Livcipool IJO) Indians, men, women able from indisposition to advise you of nag
piojtosed lllll your
thy c"u.illy \ O1'hLlti.Ii: t.) guard! lVon where as we staled on Tuesday; they were Glasgow to the 1st tilt. Jen. JC arrived at IMack Crook on Thursday and that I am 1 Vnon
which will be .nibuit tcdJ :o\CII lIp sing events, even now
h.'lli'Iu to the plan of War, for the Indian ho. tilit its uWI border :et lell
, J by Ihu t Secrelaiy and ihrs org-mizj-: stretching a'-ong: ; a hun of more thin one I monsliatioiis of active disloyally.: n letter tl) thu London Tinici, con- I the war at .an e.nd. Runners bad been[ Congress is still in session, and though you

: t'n volunteer COlS iu.1lulin:1 and thotisatnl 'I'\ enable: ? ths! ( :"\'(1.IWt'lt II The cwrt C'puldlnIt: of thc Courier, wh) iraJielir.ga report thaflnd been there pro- sent to Sam Jones, and! to the Indians generally have had! an session in the states,

V.1, .militia:1 ; !<;- if o&CiMs not equally, a 1,0rc advantageous*implo : .pracliv.i us airr.cnl tti( ft'm U1t\ thi pU'"!:<* to th j Indians; writes: f\i S.nnlay: Hill I I : nnd' on ill froniMoii1lioil .Irlatiou: !! nuiigaled, th it they \would not be ably to pay I to come in, and three to ten days were may I opine it hardly matches angry that which is now

; of the militia tlf I and lu all'ml! adrq-nto! protect 14)i to its own obtair.ed: from guiuleineiiarriving i 2s Ctl. in the pound, Tiiey: a--ert that t : reiiuUaii'M's allowed them.We enacting in our congress halls. In the Representative
: 1 jirran .,clent v.holo \ citizens, will rt-qairw, tin contiii'.ial presiiiooof states th it a row ird of $ 1000 has beeiolLtril .( have already como fuw.irdlo the Into not learned whether the: Cherokee Hall, the Finance bill, tile land

'il' I'tilted! States.incioaso of the both a cois! ;:.!l'r.iblu\ regular: force Ca:i tlin froii- bv the governor fur thu head. either oMr. event of over Gs. Sd. and .believe that the)' deputation-rvtnrwd with Co-a-hadjo or! Bill and! the! Removal of the seat of govern
A Ivcrate corl j of clnin of I : I'anineau! or of G.-n.: Urown. Wo presume will be able to in full and leave; avery of of the chiefs
V and '!$. h.s tiers, ;and! tm! N'tlhl. I"/t a pay whether!: this movement some ment seem to be the moving causes of angrj
I.i; iiiibtaiy topographical (1 \ the I II ihat there can beno boiler fGlndatiol for t'leniselvcs.: .
of ; considerable < nlf'llitatioll..hal'
st.Lxainiinlj'ms I their
rroonmmu2u l I piTin.r.icnt p" : been caused by debates. There are also two or three propositions
li ". I' Miorn than and Oll't! conviction I by I 1:1} country arc now:jnnksng ; \\iti! a vi'J'.v: !,> decide for thi.< revirt, linn 1 coaiuiunication: Iron I II i I*, is announced with much confidence.) \\11'1" the cause, wo hope Gen. Jcsup will ship of a financial nature before the house,

:: : t.1\ col; my or! the uthep.d- on the most xif.iMf: : points ftirlho rrrc- I I soan; over-zea'.ouls! loyalist, w !tel we till,.I tlnl. thc dub ito lioutitx is lo bo mimed tl.em: hens or to Charleston for safe( kccpin, all of which I send vou. '['hue one which
;i''! "', mil) to! :say neccs: :lty, JI'SLl') \ 5 of dcfonce in thc Montreal Herald 1 suggesting tIme ex of the .t' the ]Emperor olUussia. to remain which
Mialih: II' them :o lha variaiil tioi: of foitressi's: ;Hd'! othet: !. tu one daughters and not permit the>u highnesses seems most likely to pass, is that au
I 1:1: I"hil'l P lo d.ilies lcrfrlrU i iunr.1 tho results! or t 'S hich will I lu? pn-scjited: !1 pediency of such a IC.1IC. I I loi.ger on the soil of Florida.C thorises the Treasury: to issue the promissorynotes

Il c C"!.. : imoortutil 4 to I tins il'IICt iccoi.imenf : 4 -. to you by the Son etaiy. of War, :ll an cinlyLiy !! From tin) Curre,i cj.rJciiof! tln: C ,:ir'jr. The health fir Sir Robert Picl, is said to Tlie chief lichee Billy, died in the of this government payable in twelvemonths
.a ', ': 1,111:1:511: \\c together, with ;Ji plan! fu tlif t fluctual! \ Wctlicrail's:: victory was: much more coin. hi in a very precarious state.: Fort?at Augustine, Saturday, oth nit.c17.p.t and receivable for all dues by the

!i i'isn. continues anJH .. protection of frion lly I lniir.s: ,!i ;an.I the IH r. plelc thII\a: been reported; the carnagic; 4' !I I 'j'.I-4l.&. .V *V -- report flfIIIIain is that Dor:I government, in preference to notes of any

f' Tha Military: Academy of its establishment 1, and t manci.t: defence of t the fro.ier: .St.tJos.15y f was so great lh.it it ha. lot been plliohl"I: Curbs: means to winter in :Arragon; ;not Na ns from bank to all original claimants, and to pcnd all

::t r -,-:-onlv all the fur;purposes nsht's: well o
nyi ,'OIIIUIJltt, it appears: ini! >!hit, flu u and u.tu-i. TKuy fo .'. l.t \crv I ,iiu iiti f\r ittiit tOt'4 from lIlY to day.. at 10 cent interest payaLlu emi-annuallj.
I :' Arnybut;, serves; individuals.to diffuse! throughout the ofjiii'itary i lull enuiticd lJrcill, .; hive be.'n nudat tin: : well 'jntil they were cnr! ell by the bayonet"; t, I I Tbo Greenock Advertiser of the 3'Jtbult. ; "Y cst!.rday, \ve received that' (Col.by express''.\\"r.OIt) news who Our per market is scarce of all articles, except
: I
of citizens POSl's".l from staling
l'lSS our knowledge! and the scientific attainufntsof : 1 Jiircrentnavy; ] yanl-i: to carry iiJo: ifi''t all'' ind then the buttiu-ry was diradful.! Ui-| :.: h-s; the (,l'Jil respecting; the capture ofComo.timtite I stationcilucar Tampa( a small river not fur from flour and apples.
\ : was
for tin extension and! i\ vanlof 100 in : barn full of and.straw lb. $1 a 00
a bay
":lthIrj clllua'lr": \ \\'re : I Indian trail.I! Heimmediately Butter sells readily per
and military cn a largo
iJ'cilt Tampn: came;
uil I force. Tie I tOil:'Ii- which set lirr to, nnd tiie.y were tl.e upon 1 50 a 00
: ur n :a : wa. (iuii;>ocK, Oct. 30-\hh"lI Candles-scarce-
is bound, iili cousont: oil.is 0.11 I I to loll iv it ; tintwitho'it !
'.st the cadet \\ : clj1otwt I i ; prepared up;
pi.-1 I of tiio !hijl of the lle burned alive smothered. Many Con.-'tantin-i "I a 00
; : or : uttemjit- ficial details of tilt taking ol Tallow candles,
; : Indians
: I II
l -urents or guardians: to l I'maia ill sel\i.c: : /. : ; kn.Mvin;; his i ir.t- ntions, two
. : hauiJ and \\ir\ complfto: repairs: of ed to the and were drowned. been received, 'rtiu Irr'4 : !. 5 a 00
from the period of his enlistment, \| Pt'I,) crts \I I have not some I in to his anJ stated that Alligator ., Sperm oil, per ga
came: : ramp !
!: % rs ,
. C. .'yea sooner disch.1edj; tlms 'xacting; only the sliips 41 tluj liuu ohio: : loa-.vaiv I !: : arid : Urown's carpet b.g: with ono cI'l: shjrt : have been derived: from private som
'I' tr.i% --s year's service in tIll after his cikc :- Columbus, nriy bu iii.t.ced!, ia funning a ;: and one pi'.ir ot stocliigs' his, new regimentals I app--ars that it was \\hill reconnoitering the I i be ito !b:, (Col. T's) camp, in three days" I II I Urown suirar (no leaf in market)
11 oj.:) ) aim and in the letters,, killod.Accoiding I lb. 25 30
\ '1'," t I locs not icspcct.iblQ iiddition to this important 1.1 weiu found; I ag; many \breach lh.it General Damremont was I per a
i is completed.
m insufficient.i c.: m: .Government lS ought to ajjeari ,0,11 national: ; djfcdcr-] $ Our commerce: ( which implicate p'litiea nut hithorto sn-pec- to r.n account given in the Toiilannais I Fr.Hn lour Cur.p..n !.n:. I Rice, 12i a 16 00

peiioil the services of tbo' .evlio navigation have received increased aid and ted. ho was ?j>lit in two by a cannon FortT Mtr.i.os, (I..akIullroc,) Ut.c..j. .I Cheese, 5( a 00
, 1'ii-
} ';. a ei'ucated longer at the public expense; and I c1 protectimi dm jug the present year. Our They arc in great spirits, and full of mili- :I ball, and Gen. I'errigaux.who: x\ as :approach I To day, (;
:!FJ ;fni7icnd:: ; that tIn time of enlistment be cx- squadrons in the I'ucifn: and on the l>raz-::! any ardor, at :,lontr1 TheOlultll'r,ling[ to remove the boJy, had a portion of his by Micanopy, and a representative[ of &a'iiJonts Oranges are readily sold, per hundred, 1600

!i, 1 to seven yearsi and the terms of the \ ian station, have: been much increased; and arc assiduou.s: in "', and every gen- : nose shot ulF. On the t! 12h awl lolh! four I (imi. nephew) with five other Chiefs, \O.iions and potatoes very high.

1 1 tn..c yiiuazempnt( stictlv enforced. that in this :l'II.te1all'I.: alhuugh:!: smal, I II tU-min in this ,'i\: carries his imnkct.Kvory t. \ assaults were attempted, but tin y were all held! a talk; they baveagated: to thc terms laid I'owdcr!, at almost at any price-none here.

Tim creation of a national foundry for can- 1 is adequate to the ple"lIIalts our : : thing repotted f\:1: !liiriirigtanitnvbe : >: iii>tleCCi:rU!. 'r l' filth succeeded, the NcI I down bv the General, and have sent out run- Shoes and boots very high-none here.
10:1, to be common to the service of tbe Army I jcunitneicu i in tint si-a. A lllun.have been consiilcred as false.: : I matinS Brigadu having forced its way within ners to-the different tribes, with instructions tc Large quanties stationary could be

! :-'ut Navy of the United States, bus been' made: to our scriaJrnn: on "ct: I India! One) tbonsi'jd! of tho (Ieng.irv volunteers:''t I, th'j walk. "fit enemy, however 1 continued : come in forthwith.! Sonic: of the runners have.\very well.-Above all things a lot of bei lid

:; itm-tofore recommended, and appears to be I station; s hem; lie I large furce under (2uuuudone ',- are cXIHCltto arrive daily at :Montreal. to defend the place with tire utmost cojrnce been allowed i1uvc-siiic G; and others 111]I matrasses and blankets l1d sell well. !

' required; in order to place our ordinance on Dullus. bus been most uciivi.ly and elI Fiom the Moi.tieaiTrmserijit.lit : r'cry house being turned into ufortross, "--which is! the longest; tinvI think we may, I would merely remark, that on every arrival

'r a-i "tjocewSiicb now safely say the war i iover.. Jficannpi,r there i is a rush to know and see if there the art
I far ICIr-
II u'l.l! to enable that branch of the sorvicc to I i prexentmg the i impoitaliou rf slaves all the following frTitcnvMilfioni 1 a Canadian 01 i I they met with. are sailto hive- givenno :: ami the other chiefs did not offer too themselves any single I ladies: they are by that woiiJ

.': ( contnil tlu: prices of those articles! and gradtiutn -. \. i in co-operating, with "mi'I'rs of fie army ilctnin' whom cverV relianco cal he placed. Gniv !; quarter, in soitu. of all the exertion> olihy f I but sent men as messenger in whom l r cc"t article in the market, and one --. '

&, : the: ;;; ;: ; to t1iL''antS4)11ILC, govern- "., oe. iho war in I'luritla.: eral 1 Hrovvn* having. aiund med the St.II. !I : Duke do Nemours; to stop th j carnage. they cotilJ rely.nttctii"a command any price. 1 shall shortly i*
I f t nt, us well as to regulate their quality and Tho sati.-factory; ; ('(jIJitioi of our naval which: in bid so IMhri'llv sis-Uted to raise Thc loss of the .\ral,. in Conj'.anlur.i is com 1 I again. In the meantime, excuse style.J- V.ifr

I iisurc their uniformity. The same reasons force abroad: leaves at our t1i"posa11hc means was !t"Piwl !l' a b ml his own pirtv.Knowing I pntcd at GOOD, but thv axact number of the 1 It tier: received in Chircston.V ting, fee. Respectfully,

I;,';j j ::!hicc me to recommend the erection of a of conveniently providing for a homo squadron that they were already! ; :. des'-rtei I killed amid wounded; \ on cith'-ri.br had not 1 I / ,; at Jacksonville.--Destruction 'f theMililar'.i ) I issued

( jiumifuctory; : of gunpowder, to be under: the for tho protection: of commerce upon by Pnpincuu, O'C.uIlmh.ii: ; : and Nelson, ali I' II,4tIi ascertainedvheti: the i.t.t accounts loll.. I 1I.sn/al.-O; ; ttn!!.I17lh. tilt. The I'romissory Notes art now last being degress

I direction of the Ordinance OtliCe. 'fl es 0:1: exlensivc coust. The amount 1 of apprP' )- left to bar? the penalties: .s ot' their misdetls: \ second edition of hu: Ciuui-:ituit!mini d c il- the pu'ilic! hospital! at Jacksonville, in charge in pursuance of a law of tho of

gj .blislnncnt t f a m.muf.tctory of armsut'stof iations required for such :a squadron: will and; I Counsel, they at tir-t proposed to tf the emulates tie! French: loss at ;3001) The Hey 'I of Dr. Ascnur.\y WELSH, Po..t Surgeon, was and pass as current as gold silver.

tho Alle!liuiy; mountain. *, 1 iwion .ihe be found in the general estimates for the general I by <:OI11 lrlial I and shoot hunt,.) I had slill an army of fiom 10.UOU :to l 2tiGO I I destroyed by fire So r.ip'u! in it.; progress any other currency. execution, it

?:: :1 iyftf10sc'd by the Sccrctaiy of War, will laval service for the year 1S3S. I I vain he piotesUd that hi was hound men under las command.: :' was the devouring clement: that in half an The Funding law is now in of the (fas
L 1 (Jntributu to extend throughout the countryinpi'ovciiicnts The naval: officers engaged upon our coast upon sOle impoiUnt business l'onnlCle.I -- -- hour from tiu commencement of tilt conflagr execution, in pursuance of a the house

: which exist in an establishment survey have rendered! important; CI vico to 1 with their cause; they Ilii\tct him, antI! proceeded \UX jO. ition, scaicely a vcstage remained. Fur- Congress; and the bill now before amendments w

! ol'a similar description in the Atlantic Stales, our navigation. Thc discovery of a new to search his person, a duly in which The news reee.ivi-d by way of Yore Crur.tlvscri tun! itely there were no inv.lids the sick report only contemplates one or two will cventuaHj

, { and tend to a much moic economical distribution channel into the, harbor of Now York they are great ;lh.\t ;! (:i the situation the country bv. nome *; at.the time, excepting! such as were conj thc present one This stock partiea-

of the armament rellire. in the western through which our largest): ships may pass Upon bis person they I! found a Lug5 fU::, IRS in an advantageous! ; light. The retreat j v lo3ccntor its effects might have been dread- be of immense value to purchasers scrip, at ittdepreciate.

:1 portion of the Union. I without danger, imut alibrd important commercial : of money (It is stated little sh-irl of 315007: ( ,) of the mini.-try crc.UcJ sum: aar'us' j i fill.I larly those who have bought up is ak

: advantages to that batbor, and add :I which fully satisfied them of his dishonorable -I which were i.ot cntiiely dispelled ;at the d! ite i It is snppwd: that the stove pipe ignited .! prices. Ten per and cent the Pwmissory ',

The system removing the Indians west greatly to its value: ns a naval *ition. The i intentionThey stripped( him! kickei' of our letter" The treasury departmentV.M.S seme of the wo--d werk thro' which it passed; paid both on tho Fund Stock

\f (f the Mississippi, commenced by Mr.: J cf- accurate Mirvev. of George's :shoals: oil'iho him and let him go-detaining the moue \ givpn to \1 l r. IJrocanage, a man; of probity I i A simil.ir accident! took place in the! Block! Note. comenced -

1 fcrson*, in 1331 '.as been tteadily persever- coast of Massachusetts: lately completed Several seizures gunpowder have been and patriotism, that of war, t', l cn. Mora i i llon.-e lait year: but by timely assistance: and The sale of the back Galvcston, and sold property quite h$

1 cd in by every succeeding Prt."iJclt, and i will render comparatively safe a navigation mndo at Montreal. \ and P11'. ( iorozti.at formerly am'.iaasailore : : ; I a good 1 sujij; ly of water, that I establishmenti I It has been some postponed days until December net
jI considered the settled policy of the hitherto considered dangerous. \ We little confidence to ihis sto- thu then saved.
i may i. give very to thtt. United Hiatus, was called to : i i $-100, and {rei.
Ten lots high as
: at fir t with : have been made 1 I ; : ; ; -- acre as
r ('o ntry. Unconnected. : any Considerable\ additions ry.Coiizercial Advertiser. office of foreign afiairs. The choice: of this ---- ----- and of infenV
that to 300-250! -200, some
! defined system for their improvement, to tho number of captains, commanders: meet tlil appropriationof : SAVANNAH, Dec. i Islairf!
, we1 \ I'roin the : onralltf: J. cal,"Ie will order as low as A100--the sale of this
Indians FLORIDA.earc enabled -
inducements held out to tho lieulenantSjSurgeonSjand assistant surgeons, and mtif-h good .vas expectedfrom FURTHER IT.OM i two-thirds I
were the greater abundance of in the n'. These additions were renderednecessary All accounts agree that the rebels are c-Mir.try revolution nevertheless : from the best sonrces, to aii.l to the information as it has commenced will pay si
conlnccl1o la their forces in considerable\ it. A new On the 20th! the National debt, in addition to that the
when mustering
to in the West ; but by tho increased number uf'cs.- j nU.lber3 and seemed impending, i published\ yesterday.
.ame the beneficial effects of their rcmovol t were sels put in commission, to answer, the cxi-1 north of the city, and arc building Hrlifications daily revolution expected should, break out there I tilt. Col. Dankheail with his comm ire!, wereat of the future Scat of GU\crnment Proraissoit when *
a \ demonstrations a Iccted will be sold at auction.
I I made apparent a more philanthropic and enlightened gcncics of our growing commerce. and making would be a total change of pJrl :. IJtistamcntc ; Fort M-lloii, having returned there a day and .af'-
with'ihe of thc Government or
in to'' of ntiintendr'd<.ii purchasingtheir np
policy was adopted Your attention is icspectfully invited ot the or two previous
t however, is ia possession public \ hundred and nine'!
Yanderuil is receivable. Two
lands cast of the Ms .Usippi. Liberal the various suggestions of the Secretary, I II The post master at ; esteem, and seems not to bo severe I St. .Johns, without being able to establish a only appropriated f fft'
: been
prices were given, and provisions insertedin I for{ the improvement of the naval set vice j reported to have joined the rebel camp and towards the lebels. The rash out- (1'rt or depot either on or above Fort Hartley thousand dollars has of officers half

all the treaties with them, for iho application ; Tho rpArt of the Postmaster General exhibits i the mail bag to I5yto\vn) hat In be sent bck enough PucMa have been as he could not find a suitable place. He the Navy. A delegation to tre*
the : suppressed Indians
of tho funds they received in exchange the progress and crHlitill of the mail'\ to (his city, as it was not deemed safe to breakings at watched assas.-in who caused 'I I ascended the river II miles above Like Hartley been sent to the Cumanche have\\ !
such bc"t calculated to than St. Eustache. About fifty families but tho His I command wasI with them at theilown request; they
to purposes as were service. The operations ol I the I'ost Uti.o 'I cnrry been promote their present vvclfue, and advance constitute oie of the most ac.. i Iwy.ilists have been under the necei- them has not yet puni ho had been I composed of companies 1J, F, and H I, of the ways been very courteous
Department which
their future c 'iliza1ol. Theso measures live elements: wf QUI national piosperity, and ]I\ eily .f seeking security fur their lives.U from prison to h\nIlahor,; for having ;3d regiment artillery, and company D, ef tin the commencement of the war.

have been : fit: with the hap. it is gratifying to observe with wh.it vigor timely flight, and arrived hero on Thnrsiiiy sentenced assassinated with: ten the years S.vis* Consul & placed I 1th nctillery! -Lieut. Picla-il, Adjutant ; 1 r..i Hatching F $h.-The artificial' hatching'
rebels in
picst results. conducted. The mail routes, of and ye.-tcrday. The number of Muffitt 1st Lieuts. Davidson ant wood
they are which : surgeon ; of
of revolt, to matter
It vill be seen by referring: to the. rCI.rt the United States over an extent of u1outi i arms is stated' to bo much greater lhal al.St. himself at the head a a I Ross ; 2d Lieuts. Tompkil1llncl.., Taylor '. e2ts has been described as a either new orsff

of the Commissioner of Indian: AfT-iirs, that! one hundred and forty.two thousand] eight Charcs. many of whom have, in all probability I S.lnta Anna seemed to ho not altogether afraid to \ 1'hflos, tad Martin. but there i is in real),l1othin- : .KQOflprising .
of xhu ; their frien:;; Is in;; the North. stranger. The government was = : is the process having been long -
the most sanguine expectations 1 hundred and seventy-seven miles, having joined trial. hiuistaumi cute \ The western shore of Lake! Harcoy The following!

friends and promoter. of this system have. I been increased: about Ihint) -severn thousandone Mr. Spiers, who was reported as h-iving bung that personage to against his w lies, and! \, said: to be entirely deficient in wood and water and practised in the East. fish will beaIlo-

been realized. The Choctaws, Chcrakccs, hundred and three miles within the last been murdered by the rebels, returned to was taking precautions and then-lure nll lIilabll for a depot.Lieuts. .- count ofamoilc ofhatchinY extraordinary
tribes that first beyondthe I with the Royals, "safe, a body ol government partizui.s was I'Itationj j perhaps to be a little more
other emigrated
) two years.; TIl amunuj mail: tr.mprHtalu'[ town on Thursday watch his movements. IfBustamcnlc Ross and Tomkins, with two barges collect with great c3lto
, Mississippi, hafor, the most part, on those routes is about thirt .six liliuns I not sound. He left this city on Saturday I ed) at Jalap to in down manned for their respective companies, proceeded The Chinese fishermen surface of water,all the 8*
abandoned the hunter state, and become last t, with despatches addressed) to succeeds putting tht.\\: on the margin. and
r two hundred an.l l twenty-eight thousand line I morning himself: from the the I up thu river at least twenty-fivo miles that contain the spawn ofAfter >
factions and freeing
f F cultivators of the soil. The improvement hundred and sixty.tvvo miles, having; been increased I Col. Wttthorall, and was taken prisoner tho fourth which is i not unlike I I above Lake Harney a*, which point they atinou-s matters have found sufficient quantity!*!
of the
I in their condition bs been rapid, and it is about (en millions threw hundred i same day, by about three or four hundred I yoke the Venetian councie power of Ten, bo will bo came to a great crossing of the I Indians, and with they it the shell of a fresh hen egg,**

believed that they are now filed to .jlY and fifty-nine thousand four hundred and I men near Pointo O'liviere. Mr. S. resisted in the and the only one known south of that Luke. fill prevtOUSIyeflPtietISt0P up the**

the advantages of a simple form of government seventy-six miles within the same period. their authority, and shot one of them, able to enforce of the administration some improvements of which Santa There they debatked and \isited aim Indian: I they gave it under a sitting fowl. At the ep
which has been submitted to them and The number of offices has also been' when ho was immediately stabbed on the morality bluff about put thefl*
. post and his infamous minister Tornel had town, situate: I on a palmetto ration of a certain number days,
I received their sanction; and I cannot too increased from ten thousand sc\'el hundredand forehead, and beaten nearly senseless with a Ana hree-fourths of a mile from the river. 'l'he shell in water warmed by the sun.
this upon the attention thousand and bladgeon. lie was then secured and conveyed destroyed even the vestiges. leaving' the Tin
strongly urge subject to twelve ninety- retreat, hatched aw
seventy The Mexican is also threatened ndians a precipitate[ [ 1 fish are presently
: of Congress. wbicb rcccivo the from place to place during the darkness government was ina young "*?
I nine, very few of lailsless the of the their cooking utensil' This island freshwater till they are large
have been made with all the of the so that ho had nftt with an insurrection on part pure *
Stipulations than oncc' week, and a largo portion nights any of cultivation, several acres being into with the old1
ot" the state be thrown a pond
Mexico who
of New arc to
Ipdian tribes to them beyond the idea of iho oxact of the he wa people &c
remove of them daily. Contractors and postmasters part country red pepper, !orlJlSt
pumpkin for this
endure from the tribe of barbarous ippropriated to Tho sale .f spawn purpose
Mississippi, except with the band "rthey.- in general are represented aa attending t in. TliRy threatened to shoot him, but on sufferings they and of ind had to be waded waist deep. : branch of trade in Com-

nndotts, the Six Nations in New York theJ. their duties with most commendable amid! his telling thRill that if they did bin deathw.utd Apaches despairing. remedy The St. Johns is yet unexplored, and it is important in other matter:, fie "*!?&.
this some
the Mexican as
Menomouees Mandans and Stockbridgcsin bc changed their minds. from government.MEXICAN Lake Uar- \benCllc.
I fidelity. : avenged they thought, will remain so, for from tako some useful' l lesson* ftom
t Wisconsin, and Miamies, in Indiana. The revenue of the Department within \ IIcwxs released, along with nine or ton other ----- nfo\ nothing is i to be seen but uounlllos.n. ; haps. The destruction of the. p3w.n Jby J-.

With all but the Menomonees, it is expected the year ending on tho thirtieth June het I I, I prisoners, on Wednesday, and imincdiately OUTHAG| Captain liiscoe, oftIme :deserts. up ( praries: and avlOn: s. iioll-cels-threatens in many P1" j"8'

I' tho arrangements for their emigration wil was four millions one hundred and thirty- joined the Royal r gil11ellt.It bark Ann Eliza, "Yich rived at New Col. Twiggy, with a [portion of his troops tinction of fisheries that were furrnCrt I

bo completed' the present year. The rests- seven thousand and fifty-six dollars and filly has been generally expected that the York on Tuesday 5th inst., from Vera Cruz, had arrived at Fort Mellon. .

: tance which has been opposed to their removal nine cents ; and its liabilities accruing within Governor would, ere this, have declared the brings intelligence that tho United States ship The command at that }post on Tuesday productive.Hour

i J by some "f the tribes, even after treaties tho name tune were three millions three district of Montreal under martial law, and Natchez, commanded by Captain Mervine, last including the artillery, infantry, ofLernorse.-We are apt .to

bad been made with them to that effect, hundred and eighty thousand eight hundredand while no reason appear to exist that he ariived at Sacrifices on tho 4th of November, wns volunteers,aud staff, 1639 strong ncct the voice oPcon science with W' !!

has arisen from various causes, operating forty seven dollars and seventy five cents. should hesitate, events arc daily occurring and sent a boat on shore with an officer witha drugfions since doublless much increased by volun- ness midnight.." But I think WS

[ differcntly upon each of them. In mod instances Tho increase of revenue over that of the pre- which prove the immediate and most urgent communication for the American consul. teers from Georgia and other states.A that innocent hour. It is that terrtW* :uf

, they httve been instigated to resist- ceding year was seven hundred and eight necessity putting it in force. On Tuesday On tho arrival of the officer at the Mole at few Indians went into the Fort (or morning," when reason is wide awake

ance by persons t. whom the trade with them ibousand one hunJre and bixly six dollars last a person named Chartrand, a respectable Vera Cruz, bo was arrested under an alledg- ) week before last with Fanning, who which remorse fastens its fangs. f

aad tho acquisition of their annuities were and forty ono mason, residing in St. Johns, and a ed order from the superior authorities, by tho camp sent out from St. Augustine, ten or 12 '

; r' imptiita t; and in home by the personal in- For many interesting details I'rcfcr' you to loyal volunteer, left his houso to collect a captain of tho port, .anddetained under the was previous with despatches from the affecting.-A man crop '

) flcui: :it, (.It.I<:hif) *. These. obz ta1 tho report of tlm Postmaster General, with debt duo to .him a few miles out of the village pretext that' he should 6nt have reported days Cherokee plenipotentiaries, They represent Very medical students to procure a a'"ly

1 J. 'J ",-l-1', I "II 'ut il.o accompanying: paper. Your particular by one Roy, and on his return he',was himself to the commaading general. After a the Indiana as disposed to come in without some his own wif3 by mistake, .

. ;: cano: relinquish the cxucuuuu ot this poll- attention i* umleU to the necessity, :of .provid'uig arrested by five men with loaded m.sketa, vexatiuos detention, he was finally released, further hustilities, nod left on Tuesday dug been up inconsoleable ever since.

cy without sacrificing important intcrests, a more eafo_ and convenient buildingfor who set him up against a true and fired at and permitted,to visit ,tho consul. last for the council be held by Miccano *-
and abandoning the tribes remaining cast of the accommodation of that Drpartmcnt him One ball pierced his heart, and several The insolence of the Mexicans is.doubtless and Sum Jones at Fowl Towns. If theii Make few friends-no intimateI

\o Mutitiippj to certain de-truction.. I others showed the deadly aim which hi, increased, as the insolence of all cowardly py

-.- -i--- _- .. .O,. ..._ (I -

4- ---_- 7 NOTICE.

hew it should be laidoff and sold. I am told PASSENGERSPer TRUST SALE OF-LAN-D. FOR LIVERPOOL.The given tbat books'of wbtcription f.r-si
Newcastle for New Orleans- hereby ,
Colonel Butler the Surveyor General had Steamer VIRTUEofn deed .of Iran executed by Brig ALICE, Knapp, nv>.ter, is IS laktnjrof' half a minion dollars'ol 'Stock t -
and j-1
ORIDIAN.flECEIBER23.1837.. the town surveyed and laid out in lots. The Col. Barrow' and Lady, Miss Barr: w Hmvard twn BY JJ 1iam H. Cabell, of I the Suite of Virginia. i. row cti.n: ; c ug, nnd trill sail with in th.- U ''ioft Bi: .. of Florid eyr: two ctwnd .tt1 -
S servants Messrs Ctrley, Dowliny, f tli couit lu.IROBEltT'LYOS.* 4 '
in the office of the clerk (> despatch.: For freight \ i '
..mA&1&U1JDY' law I am informed allowed improvements Thomas, Divine, Daffin/and Haiie, of .'Iori a. ani Jefferson recorded county, in the Territory of Florida. ninift tWit dlrcit.w ..s. L '. LAlo
U L settlers in the town site to be valued and E Jones Philadelphia the ., of CO ;
Thos Oaks Mobile ; ; We surriTing trustees, will on Monday 2fr-tf rcniati opeit at Talaiijt! >e tor tric ace
as Jee.,2j.I8.17. .
paid for. The acts of Congress are scarce, J. Boffert, M. Parish, .L W. Spief, G. B. Win 5th February, 18&, at the front doo1r of Brown's days, and at &t Augustine and Jacksonville thirty

= and I have not been able te ascertain the ole Jr. Chase, and H. A. Hine of New York ; Tavern in the city Tallahassee, sell to the highest STRAYED cays.

:;=fthcPresinL.B Mesr facts. I am toM another law since passed, J. Moses, of Chaileston. bidder all that tractor parcel of land in 1120 said N the 2d ir.st, a small bay stud poneynVout Samuel Parkhtllv

: have not op- 10 county Jefferson, containing by estimation O :\ old hs a white allOt| in his forehead,a Ed. It. Vaaa, \ 10 Tallahu.ee.!
for.Ve the Tallahassee company resided at the
Cabell bran-
gives J. and
roem which Abram his nostril
acres, on white streak down right j
have pale Chaircs
c.\tr.n l'nt this week. acres at the end of their road at St. Marks, PORT OF ST. MARKS. lime of his death: ; and being all the land to whichhe Jcd S on the rig\'l hip" Any person giving inform- Tom Peter ,

: 1 r any but it is said the company intend to abandonSt. Jefferson was entitled in said county. The sale will be on alien \b-re said poney can be found, to J D West- Joseph B. Lancaster \
-- week by a Arrived Dec 14-U. S. Revenue Cutter credit of si! months, the i-urrhaser to give brad the subscriber shall be hber.Lllrrewn.rded. Isaiah D. Hart, S JacuonviUe.1
this Jtru-
New otl to
road jr. Uso or
Marks their to (
l Ced during and run Captain Gatcwood, frooi New Oilcans, on a and security and also u deed ef trust on II N COLEMJN.: j :
approved ; John Warren
'Trr from the pen of our salem town hich they intendto Cot JVfurat.1C of the I tf ,
projected crui Passenger
\ a paper a the and, to secure the payment Dee 16 .. r!> .
rtrus3of Lewis New Orleans. Car- Abraham Du Pont .\
citizen Gen. James Gads\ : hhort distance below. N.\v, 1 -Rris Somerst, ,

.;.beJ Kw InfernallmprorCntwts in wish to what influence, or for go to Swain & Madden, and others. money.ITe Lave lu d-iuhf of tl.e goodness of the title-- Cotton Gins. Edwin T. Jrnks, \ St. Augmtinc.
by 200
of Emerson, jalarhicola, ri ht but that
subject Barque Euphrates '* will warrant no S. Griawold j
beinz truMeiK e Daniel
;the and trust it i is the intenBurner 1 what cause or reason has the sale of St.Marks sacks salt, to master- we Lave dcrjvtd from the deed under! whi'-h we : Iron framed cotton sins, from Ilraintrce mr\- JOHN,PARK/TILL Cash.

; We. presume his views before the Le been delayed! so long and how much Brig Ofiulencr, nerden, .flpnlachicola, 200 sacks act. J )HN G. GAMRLi:, SIX .ctory, expfictet1 daily nl til. Marks In the October 14, IS37.

to lay session: probably.i..mihn longer it-it i to be delayed. If the President salt, to Henry Bond. JOHN PARKt1lLL, Brie Lavina, for sale at the manufaclurcr's pncr.T.R.BETTON..
the approach" \ sam.I1QsdUtYU \ Schr Win Franks, CMlins, I I..VlnC..tTee, Surviving Trust's. THE following! names are appraisers a?

':'e,2t offlitie, Executive. (..t'n.cS1I1it is not informed of the necessity of a I fruit, sweetmeats, &.c to hIP master and pns.ngerlI Tallahassee D.2t, t93i.) '-0tdsSHERIFF'S Nov 12 1837. 1ffJIAVANASEGARS. pointed to. appraise property in their respeCliv*
/ do: : those; is i make the --I frthA rvtrnffion Ol
and not \ subscriptions
< the s"bjctt presents- why en hoard. ------- -counties U secure
*'*earnestly His efforts communications. Many persons suspect Brigs .\ Apila-hicola; Cyrus ch.Riig SALE. I i the stock oftheUNION -
'" and luminuus'ICWS. proper flarknest New York, 17 days. I Havana SEGARS, imported BANK OF :FLORIDA.
.nt other Lucinda, writ of Fi'ri f-icias, issued OOO very superior
specula I It VIRTL'Eofa
''" .' to'al'n and arouse the people it is delayed to promote I Sprrie for riium. Hank, nnt111.\ to Mimlrics.Cl'arcd B Y istrate le\ie'l! nnd returned to me : 6 direct, .just icceivcd and f..r I sale at the Cvunty ofS(. Johns.
ncb m I
h the Jaw f Congress by a
; I wish to publi> <; Charleston R. JHACKLEYSeptember'.iOili
071s. Erah! Chase ,
""* i"'anl subject. The policy you -Dec 9-:5chr ] constable oi'the third d'sirict in the c'Juntyof AVCTIO.NM, hay William Livingston, Frederick Weiden, Simeon
'aflv\ itni-! ut early in and am in hopes some I I lOG Dales Ct.tton.. by a bidder : i:7 I :; S-'f John M Fonlane.
."* { jirtiUij of commencing an lour paper 103 Leon, I shill pioccfl to sell tn the highest SanchezJoscph Hernandez
r in a 6l''.rl time a great person will give those interested the necessary 11 1SihrVarsav, rri1l1er'ew York, before the dm.r of th-j Court llnnnc in the city ot NOTICE.I I I County of Dural.Jo .

1.J ana coOPIclinS Florida through Middle information. WA.KULLA.CONGRESS. bales Cotton.Brig Lawrence New Yrk, 497 b.tlescotton. Tallalne, county ol Leon, on the first Saturdayin HAVE f-r sale four eighths f.f lnd. Thereare !"ph B Lancaster\"m C Ro s,John Warren,

Road 1' } 31 Billow, Dcccnih-r ,next nil th- right, title, claim and in- 75 acres cleareJ, anJ on the premises g>jru] J D J/art, Josiah Gates.
brandies diverging to Austin in and to the following ofAlachua.
n.I The
tl'rntofl'iam of watrr.
o'JlI County
'Jrt6lllJriJa'tth is niesl ably and c5carl.v tslabv' Schr Hero, Lath \mcw, Orlears! : C3 bales tract Ilf Land, twit : ths N-E 1 of the N- E i of loo land; 'a is situated nAI'o abjut, a miles spring west! of the Flat f'>rd, B M De'.I; TJkos Colding: Samuel Piles,jr., Cotton -
'J.OIUDC.IP.IGS.. coit-.n andiJI I M Brick. N & E cont lining 4* acres,
.liIpoins TIlE } s-erlion U, T 2,112 DANIEL CLARK. Janly.
uf F land a New Orleans the Ocil'.a.! ItowlcsJesse
Ashbruok Borough,
the people on
congratulate offered b-s Ifim and l 1I1.n: in 8\id ili ricl, to satisfy 4t
.: Mr. Underwood's resolution on more or I Jefferson county, Fla. Nor. 2:, HH1.l County ntColumbia.
01 General G. to reside! perma consideration. with pr -.d.iec.Sc'iis Wm sit! writ hi favor of Lewis S.\n.ers.? Jacob Summerlm, James Koee-
.re-.urn Monday, came up for itfeguniKook, Mayo, Charleston ; hours. Seaborn Ross,
us. believing 1 his talents, 6ki1j the urr Bn Ald-beronto., N. Y. Salt wi'.l' take place! wi'hsn the usual TO PLANTERS. b'.acli; Jtimc Livingston Robert Brown.
alll'ngst u Resolved, That Secretary ar Francis, Ajialachico'a. ; A. A. FISHER, M.eufT.II consisting
\ cah set Hamilton.!
in these matters, can SETS rf hnrsc power lrus, County of
:ipcrk-ncc, especially be directed to lay before Congress copiesof 1- -- ---- -- -. (let. 18th, St1.. Us .,1 ( f nc-rmri.ts and one trundle h,.a I Ii; li- James Bell, Daniel Bell, Francis J Ross, Peter

.jjnil; benefit to the country. JJptn one all orders and instructions given te the 1I NEGROES TO HIRE; AND LAND The abo'-c sale isdoMpcncd until Saturday: the C.i\td from the: Baliriore; fvun try and f.>rs>ile I by \V. Law, Archibald MRae.Ctsuttt' .

ill not wholly agtceviih him. It i is commander in chief of the forces in Floiida! I TO RENT.rfurn'icr Ch day of January next. \ T. f. BUTTON.Nov. : Madison.

fe__.,re *,l" -JI11ilthan- --;-i. of nrit'ink.U.--- The i1.Iijj;; him; ; ; tu raise troops; 01 to call: I in-I: of Negroes belonging: to lln-rst.ite of UNION BANK OF FLORIDA. \ 25-IS.J7.. Ifi-C: John Miller; John C McGchce, H S Linton.R J

ai'tflll"B.nk t is now operating a capital ori to sci vice any purtion of the anil.tia, or to I ll I)rury n'lllinms dcc'd., >\ill lie liircd: at puh- Hoard Dire-tors on the N 0 TICEI ;: Mays, Sauuel B Richardson.County .

-11. raised by a s>a1e, c t' Terrimis I services volunteers for the I lie Annum on Saturday, the 30h: day of December A T a uiieutingoftIie thai Bo ks ot! : s'lbsi-riUcr Insjui: received from Georgia: \ ot JelFerson. Wm Llv-
.t, olJLIlJr: accept the : in*!., nt the late residence] of tl.e' dc eiiscd, in I M'.i: DCP It,:l7, it i i. ordered } I 'I'un firs r.ite 5'') saw -itl.1rt, i three of -10 saw, F McRae, M.ses Ellis, James M Scott,
Rcceiilly un :uigi" Indian hnstiliti*, fir the wlioicTWOJIILLIOXS
to \ amount. purpose of suppressing Le"n County. Subriptinii lics el! on or ln.tuTh, Paul Ulmer-
.j.. 1 cast strel >I tit ;> :
IjIJI1't'; I it* capital' t. the JaI lle-t amount and that said secictary report whit mea.. AK',, at the s IXIC time and place, will be rente Jat OF DOILAUSc.f t j>lIns. JOHN 1SLER cumI'mfX1.1tin County of Lean. Moors

charter, (three millions! ) was tie him'*, if have been adopted to enlist or public AUctioi iid.liiioi'jl h Stock 1.1: coiuinu-d open M their I Euhl mics! e.st ol T.sHah I: David \\"J-onJa.i! F Trotter, Thos ,
fi"J b THE PLANTATION in T. Uankiigou.c I'H1. I
warriors y.ir. 15:
indian _
and the sul,scriptionini'tiiKfti > the services of other _
l uard, thii- .
bus > procure am1 St A usin.e tf Gadsden.D
.;jOD; On which the derra&cd formerly resided. A credit ddy i iid tt Jacks: jnville at County
.,,1' f.ir:: i'. Uciic-ral (. iireniiO to fight against the Setmnolus ; the number of i\vt-lvo months will be g-i\=ln. Sale to commence lyday&, nnd that all lPirais.mflls; and title papers A CARl I L Kenan, John \tc\!illen! George JfBrutcD,

: lube I enlisted tiiken into the service filtJ in liai.k b.f.Tc the c. piral.flnof DOUGLASS of East F.orida, will i T Randolph.
onerailioii: : (>! lhi I auiru.cntatidn of Indians so or a: 11 o'clock, A. : I.e : at ir AnJrew- Johnson, P
;;:aL the tructinr! i (f the United States, the tribes to which GREENII. CIIA1RES. said sIXty la.'s.! THOS., the Court Appeals: during thu whole i County of Jackswn.Will" .
_on II appujuiattd to ciis> 1\ have TO 11'ETEIl CIIA1RF.S, JOHN PA1tI1IILL, Cash'r of the session which i>> tu t-ojnu.ence on the fit 'xtn Robinton Young, John R Chapman,

jcwtenjit: l works5. \Ve s>!iould prclciaisec r they belong, the length of tune they ]Ore 23, 1'31-20-2w Executor' I Dec 13 1837 l l'J-td ilon'lay: Janua..y i.#'xt, any pfl: :iu:1.I1 I bu'mcbitLtri Peter Simmons, Samuel C Btllamy.
\ and the amount of --- ----- -- : lie ab;ve twoInicrlio tLeriin will; re 'cive prouipt
''U- cnpi'-al: of the UII: .k.Yc art been eng.iged to serve All the Florida p'prs:11 give teJ to lib lIe Cuuntv ot Franklin.Ifm .
; promised them and that the secretary ..". and strict: attiEtionDec. G Potter TUrman./f F Simmons, P W.
vd the .HhlJaw.i; two millions: now j n p'tllwrt pay the first (Janmry next no C A FTF.R dry -2 lt;:;;
\ of of all clas- ; Wm M Row let.
also the number troops Gautiersen.,
11ft mucti I l';>r the \vanls of tie! c lm report will I II. c\.Ji\'l'e'\1\ \ er Co'tnn carried on the!: CENTltAL BANK OF FLORIDA, ) t ot irashington.Wm .

IS t'lIlwu..i\: evidence of the 1 fact,I ; r-es, engaged and railed hit'j ser irc for the Tatlaha see Rail; ito IIi until tie freight bo first }LC. 1, ISJ7. JTOCKIIOLDliltS B iLACS.11 11 LG. County Joseph fTdshpgton! Ta.
A Crosky
a \I Lofttn ,
.7. of prosecuting the war in Floiida at paid. 1' rrilerf! thc II.ard of Dire'lors.II. : thai l "Rich':TriJ himstlf iKait. ,
i/u/'iojis/ of bubcrijli ll 1I' thtjma : ;( purpose ) I are herd.MlificJ Lor, \r Ill.) Jones',James Bright.
r'JI H; .1RCIIER Supciintciulant.Df Monroe
d l
; 1..11 : a shop en t
\vll subsTi'.icr
be c: TIlE l.aipen:
the tune. nine Hircctois! :
present el.ciou for : III' friilton.!
: i.nck are already taken, andof cuur the \ 1:. 1S7.; 20-2 w i.- IIn : "nllt:1ds tli- : u.'upeJ: by IJ'ni. Mn r,opposite County
;: auimlmcut !! street former' HcLcod-
moved to T.ila.ucjec ,
i \1 r. l>ri<: in 1 i't.nJ- r iii I James L M'K rnan"lI J l Uauiscy, DanI
I le cat ;
than will b- unl.L..ewt.c.e : > }
l less ou.ieaajouiit ; the.i..w
mil bably tn.vj'nzThe polls
abscnliers pr get resolution so us to add to it the following : NOTICE. first d vy ol".inuary 2 o'clov.1: Blacksiut.: b.iMiiS3. He i is now icady: f-r I N MUchtlt, Neil McLellan.

'.: they desite. Au amcnJnienstdiarertil t .The: amount (If the money expended,I 1!. Duval opened at 9 o'clock; A .M andrl-tel: at on the iI.is line which will be execute 1 with County of Ebcambia.
S.unud Cs.r.p'ainant of the B-ardrvt t(:rico: -5, orders : Hunt
rder M
the bank increasing the capi I j anti tIC whole number of troops tint have atr.iin t .1" Chancery.Uo'oert I'M. Hyi L A '1 H'JAirsON, Cn-h'r. promj-tr.ess' ( anJ dsi\lch, :.lclt re.sljn..b!t: prc--s.; \ Jackson Morton, George; IFillis! ., John ,

\ ltd pledging: the increased block to this \ iuce commencement ofi i ii : A. Fo,.yth, DcffntLnt. 1)rIC. 1SJ7. l I'J-tlON By attci.t..>n to \.ti inl.ss. ui.it! a desire_ to :a.I'Y_ __theputuu.he Thua.as M Ulount F J Commyris.C9flhtV
and restrictions, employed; ,I II-r; ;;!:{;;rill;;; to the s\i>faeur.n of the Cnuit I -- -- ; lio.csio I'lcdchrl.l: th''rage. pllr"u-n \ ; of Nassau.

'r 1I.lh proper rt.-guaiiuis 'i i the \\ar." '\ that Hubert A. I'wr"Yih i'; n t au iulial>itiiu of 1111"IT.rra -'U11\E. J.4.MES U'ALLACli.NB. Le is Bailey Tnu'nas BradJock.Tho" rigitbtl.am "

..jiewji>t' anj salutary. When: we liccoKiec :: Mr. Underwood accepted this amend'] I : -ry, \oul1i' \'S in soni ol the UiiiteJ StHtrs.It the i.'ht'.i! day Jnnaary next, I .shall ex. llrvjc-sjiorinj: il'U wotk, awl ?!auta'.inWi Ja.nes J Cooper Win Franks.

i1 may be well to merge all the stnalirfi I incnt as a modification of his motion ; and], I is tIll iti"ar'- t nn'.tsH! Lc pos.-fjrbJle at tuy .1'iciion l ll<.'iti, all thPEUSOXAL rk, J.>iic i i:1: *hiUcat P-J-::ner. I County of Dade.

., m rt>>ritJa. into. this, securing the Lira \ as thus modified: the resolution! was adopted.' 351]"' a r iiT'nn:-. 7. I5)7.I : 9 : County of HitUboroujjli.
before the f.rst :)lnday in .1 1 <) n-xt, the same & c1.
: '.rpt'cie pacing brandies, j in every section \ The house adjourned. or v.illtc tak u fur C'>tife-.f-eJ n<;aiiist him, anil the th" laic /rtl.ur Afa"t.r.. ro:siitin-j i ue Mules, LU.MIIII: FUR SALE. board, I : County Musquitto..

Wieie iht-y are .- --- iVci ell accordingly. AnJ it isrurllj I a lot of vt'ry handsome 107.000 fret of svlvcifd wliiic pine clear .
\.jt Icrniurv, nccessjry.tvi'e ,---' :-- ':--,-- ziiat frs tliere't (...1110I I loir! *, : an Countv of.ll1nroe.F

WuJ ; : pubic:: attemiun to iLls ':mL \ 1 rum t'ae : Expn::s. } T o'-tlcicil, :11,1! ('ert.ad thai tins, order < f p..I. IIOUSLIIL!) I't'iI'1'UIt1At well seasoneil.55IMJ'J shingles.! Apply to E. W.Djr A Brown C M Ivelly, J A Thouron, Gscrgs

.t' MONEY: MARKET-CITY NEWS.WEDXCSIUV. Itr.iiion be i p'nitei! w ". lily in i-o'no.( If the public: me lIne ti.l.e" .:. be hir d, thirty LIKCLTiNU'JUuL'S. while-J. II pine'nllJn6'. M. tan". \ E Jl'eavcr, Al-xanderPattsrson.
new s >:!.ers of tis; T'-rr.t rv fir lour ot" tin Adia.msnator. >iyurC will be sufficient authority for
.- Dec. 0. P.1.. ; I: By or'1 i ; : 15-:iw"NOTICE. I This H'U'ertisement
---- TIIOS. 11. DUVAL, Cle' k. Dec 1), IKJ7, II
Tcstc. UAClLLtlY A'.tct'r '
R J : anJ oili'is to srt.
THCIIACES.P.T i The Messagf ofthe President does not produce Dec. 23, 18.'.5. __(Cop---; }.)__ ")-lm! : I I Tallahassee: Die 13 1,.37 fJ-titNOTICE. :: the The appissir appraisers wi.I please state in their return

Races the course at this pince com tha effect the money malt of JUFcph I are of the tat, 24
over | slijrhtest; upon A GREAT BARGAIN' 1 A LL perns in.lebteJ to the estate wh< user the lands they appraise
acisn Wednesday last-the! ,'catber3; [ ket: and we have never seen so little curiosi l he had by early apj>liraii..n to Ihr sub- STABLESJ3L : .1l. Hurley: lat; of Leon County, deceased, are or 31 rluiy.Any : .

sisclci with our ciinute, moat charming, manifested about a document so generally mIA S who wish to sell their FARM one A LL persons ir.debtid to the CITY las are riqu'jst-iil to make immediate payment, and those I three of the appraisers will be competent If
:iJiie track in fine order. Every day wasacudet I' impoitant. The general opinion is i that on I mite N. W. of the M'fcatukie, rontamin Landvitli 540 to up rail to on Iii the: first uts.day rLcr; or .J.'tf r. Lyn, and rcquisltd su!. Laving to claims pres"tt a/ain tJ'em sad duly estate auUici.ticaied aie hereby, within notified i act. JOHN RKHILL,Cashier.
and tii2 the of Finance it has little or no character Acres of Crt rate oak and Tilt Maule having lunged owt.trs, law to tLe subscriber, or
: by gent'cmen and lailie', i subject "00 in 311i h state of cultivation well lie the bjniti. the time prcsrrioeJ by October IS, 1S37.A'.l .
all. in which it varies from all nearly npon, ; lunger indulgence cannot be given.II th..vil be forever Karred.JOSEPH the in Florida will publish the above
1LaLntaiied.Vt Li.dviAtand '..heretut at repect l\\ith firs*. lace sprinp water situntel in papers
Ud\r i i"lH.r"\'t'd, HACKLCY.
.s J the Bank
Ad'mr.Dec to
F. C. send their accounts
I and
the state papers we luvo 1 had for vears.The .\ud: nci hl"."rh(nj and knawn to 1" on"4 of the 1"--It for one month,
drunken! seen on the course.iBi a 13 1837 13-2m 11-Ira
man : Dec
:' a 9. l-a7:
Canal closed last year the 25th of 1 t|. a'tliicsi! place's in that srction the r.urcliter can for callec'ion. _.
T..di( Jay was a sweepstakes f'r Florida! \ : wo have not heard of I \" prn\'i.ion of all kinds on the place, fanning I I.rl NOTICE. PUBLIC SALE."UlTILL subscriber has just received per brig Lu

; colts: btarted : lI\'cmhcr-L as yet with stock all! l-rnjs.: THE New York a large assortment
.x.1 Ctl n-' lour PflUlIoug utensils o lIon- from! ,
; very the vcnduc
its closing, and boats now go from this city A lihcral rrcd't; be had,! on the rater part' i I j IX weeks after date, I !ttllappJy to be sold at public or. Fridaythe and Provision, consisting in part er
Siitigarcc% a mny JctTerbon the late Groceries
cue rtunalc; conipctiittrvas laden. There is oraljle Ju.Ige ot'tl.e COUItOJrt of 'V 29.h December insf at residence -
day heavily IV J. P AU"O.
11.ir. ; every very .the pur.-ha-e money- the estate dcceascd.in Leon County, Common Whiskey;
:.tzub.iy colt, owned blr.. Bcnjimin and body is WM. HUGHES County, for letteis! ot on of Ji>.sph Harley
the river every O'.d Rye do;
win: \ jrreat activity on of ll.c lat Win .iuain. deceased.WM I alltli3 Personal Propertyof
R. Hayxvart1, -. -tfKIlOTTcTfT
and cnttrcJ'Y Mij.) puparii.j: for \\ i1IPr. [ec. 5. IS 7. M \IlTl", said dec'..I -.d. viz : WH) bushels corn, 4000 wt Common Rum;

rjiif:: purse in three heats.iwud I FJIIUAY. Dec. S. P. M. "TCfJAli:; Ily: his at'orn.'v.. t.: 3 JOTT. uf fi.>d" r, 11,000WL 'ffil cotton; peas ond potatoes Superior Champagne and Cognac Bray,
2 milt I is-!t :0 head( stock cattle! lj: head meat hogs a Madeira, Claret and Malaga Wine, &
J Cl'ib I'urse, t'.ie weather B who I.elI.Iot1S 11'ct \\n:; ,
dav. Tl.e or key i The pickets: sailed this day\ I ; tli" 121:1! inM.. a 'I lib'10 'v. sars Common //oney-dew Tobacco;
200 uon isv Mr. I.urimcr's !iijjtr. of shodvoyage. 0"l to I>. A. Gil'.ud! of Fl'-rida, hSTVS i.tunl-er ot"SOCK ho;". three hnr.-es, farming uten- Raisins
IfurS was a Coffee
and fine with the fair propcft Sugar: ;
firs Soap
1 t'car f.ursinre. ; :I NOTICE.1X sits! one h-jrse bajjee. a : rate
entered 'y )!Iaji>r HaY\\lrJ"Stt.r c-oniiju-rc5.il news they carryout \ \1' 1-ft, t1', (1lanta'i"n of r.l. Al-ton pome Pickles,Cider Porter, Cand Ics;
TJiu .
; inl 1i'' tl.cJD''qe NeCotloii CJin.'Houjclml
.01fl'1 10 to
ihcin \ We o' Said! l I.nr i j.< : > < 4 1X \.c' srJ"l11dalt:1ila..ly I, Vinegar Powder, Shot, &c.
: ttl1. I'umai.'s, : f'ra iris Marion l won to England: ] i is highly favourable 1 atul} willllladden I h.rii: xa'1!: :i\ kw ir.!ly. Tic (.\\'n'r is rl''lI..t"I\l i ) of the coji.ty co art fur .\-.s nt" ad-itiiiiatru.: : : I' .! and Kitchen: Furniture, .Isui:Pegars a ,handsome, assortment of Dry Good.

t. ub ;ur.e (f 3O), 5 mile btats, and the hearts of all who have: clains up- It. I.n.c f..i ward. r>'o\c pr 'p-.rty, pay' chr.r2'-5 and \ lion <.11tlt: ,s'a'.e of J ,hn J. Valkir dcce.ts.it. of I| TWO LIKELY NEGROES. Clothing, Crockery Jbaddlery, Hats, Caps, 4-c.

;; UKpon, .>> \\ I i..v': : i>e v.ith a luudjcap purbcUO un .\nierica. 1 Evchan on F:n:!land for hitspf.cic \ take iira away.; J'1ilAr. .".." eUHU' V. 11 11 WALIvCR.I'J I -b': I One a wnintn, a tr-od cook and washer the other which will be sold low on acccmmodatin terms.

aide: !iieui J best in j. I was Illi aliI 1 11:. First rate Hils'fC : :; ThlitWI"ile.! JVMFF 1)..'. 11. A.1" .Nr.V7.MAN'. 20-tf 11. liec--li Ij-li37:- | a man about 'M years of age. a jj-x.d field. hand.Al Sale.- WILLIAM No.4 CENTER Berry's row.,
re at 11H 1 with but few sale-, foi N UTICL.i I >.j a \'andof article Uut metitioD-
.! the Secretary's offcrcil :
next.v.'eii.i.: gixe -- -- '
\\( -- Allu.iIs 25 bbla. superior
;OUr ; TEET. I at 10 o'clock .'/. M. on saitl day. Per Tuscawilla, daily expected,
Dills at 11 I 2. UiFrance (PIIL\TIO: OX TilE deri.anils against; ihe cs-
there wet e jiletity ol'"dud having li Over and under 850, Rice t Bacon, ttc.
?.m !1''Id. i rC"Srli under ilO, Ca $10 Four, ,
oH'-T"! :
--- --.---- \ tIll rate is about :"if. tiO!I) to li'i. Trea- I ii /). HOLLAND. lIrn Dftrit. of ALL of lie I lat.: l>r John M'Lciiiurf, ale IKiju. six monlas cielit-Over $50, twelve months cre- Oct. 15, IS37. 19
i the Ins >rofi s'-ii'ral crvi ''> ?to th0 citiyn them t. the su'jsciilcr: j.roj erlyatlcsiid
j l..ind
it to publish : chief till tu the time specified,
\e 110 not tbiitk necessary and the uasotwhy : dit. I'irsor.a lailii'gto pay at
; Notes arc at : nrid fav ra- FOR RENT.
wiry par I I. Conn'v. Ir. Harrison -o w.1 1 1 <> mJcb.idlu >a-d c!:al-: ai c i cit -

'Ctttrt..s. o3J March, 1S33. to ebtablisluatbi. I. I I, specie is at a premium i io, that the Batik, 11.i 1"n.n.on having: decl.ncd i ictnrnin-, Mr. 1I<>1- :,; ( .etcd,to aud couic ti.ose foruaid and i-.aki p3'lr."nt.I will Le with charged twuend.irs inleit'l from will the be requirt-d.day of sale. SeIcurity Comforiable dwelling house with a good well

Marks, to wliich IJ'akulla" reT : arc in I puiMiit of it.CoiToNVc1iare. ''nid' liis: (!r.tc rminrtl! on I'x-atin liin s lf Iiercn I! .M'C A N 1 s>, Ail'a.r J no vlI'Lcracrc JOSEPH F. C. //ARLfclY, Ad'mr 4 of\\ater, and garden. Apply toFP.EDERtGK
; \\ t have looked at it and find it contain ] to notice a furtllcrdc- "nL niiitrt* forcveral monihs '"1.n.h. ., ..d lt\vcrn wncr, till the : ..L""I.H.-....;.._.o, Dec ?,. I lc7:! I'J! -til Dec 9. H37 !'-tsJii.t I TOWLE.Dec .
I rf'mi..d.I r nf II! c tinnp to ( -'- 1C IE37 19-tf
.J\'I IOll that the 1'iebidenH'e nut author.Mueller cline -iurc oir last report of A a ::f. The decline several fc'i'hl'or1'ibc': Avh''re he has: practi NOTICE. received per SchriiOO UCl'unticook I
any part of said; town lots >r sale: : in bills on I:1I1antllits caused mIIIof extensively\ for two years p-ist. 141' Thursday the ii-'ti inst I bhull} proceed to I Sacks Salt. 1 SUPERIOR COURT

Kbhal U-satisfied that tIC; cite proposeil'till i i the shippers who were buying cotton for I'Ci i' Alloperati warrnted: tol hfJ w(eirccu'H.ami Sail such goods anJ .lTc'-t- belonging lo ihecs I I ii5 BJXCS S3dp MIDDLE illS TRIG T FLORIDARobert
included within: the! limits o;' mhluncc-- \\itiiJtaw from the nv.irkct. Charz"! aslow ns eirenmstanep' will pf' aciedit >t lj of ilcla'c I Dr Jjlii! .1I'L'-iiu us maybe I :155 Sperm Candles. 1 H Berry 1 Assumpsit: Attacht f 113 94vs
: town i? not j ::: for to i,spor.sihlc citi/ens of Lenn County. Ir.ttll I at the Suwani.ce 'ziis. Tums n.ade 10 Casks New Rice- > Sum's for $200, issued SepT26

"aiJ3.ciiiig Spanish title which may not hisued ;, Tin- rates generally demanded: by sellers ti'l: 1't Ja'lnar319: if ilc'ired kiiow.i on (1(4 -a'c. J .U'
tlr decided: to be iu\'uiJ.: Fort $t. :, fair a to.id fair (ieoru'rt and South Carolina: I'H"onc in ti'is c'inntry, furnishing a conveyance I et-1, IhjT I'J-It 20 It Ual. defendant in said case and all others ioler-

I1A J I (cent, altbouuli waited; r>n nt their siJcr.ccs. ---- SO Pilot Bread THE institution of aid
is claimed'Forbes' now Uplandsare! 11J: a will lake notice ofthe
learn ;
Lt.6'! and tin town I1C, we 01' 21. 1P37. 20- tf NOTICE.fHlIIE :. 2.;; Keg' NaiL, assorted.
Cn If sc\eiul saK's of this quality: have been made of ocnls snitaWe! for suit by attachment as aforesaid-and they are re
: $ Cr,., and the Supreme >irt ; Slocki..ldersintheTallaiassee! Rail RoadCt.iii1 With a :et.eral soriin-.nt to the declaration filed
the Forbes1 rUt: ,, to-day 11 ct.. New Mobile and(} Orleans NOTICE. henJ. notified, tlirtt an instal- .bntation p'irpo>cs. R. U. BERRY. quired ti appear and plead of the in
tt. JL the form statute
S. 1S33 in deciding arc ) to
ofMaznoh'a ; according
in ;i lii-lil; 11 I-2 13 I.2 1 --the latter price A 1..T' persons imlMitc'i to Lester CiOf-k, late my theopitalstockHV Dec. 9, IS57 18-2w in said case,
Court elf i Ibis air ( at a .1. ofi aiidd hilt' ,I" r t 'nt upon made and provided C $ liB LEY.
re- i
'if Vaid. rtltred the Superior J"- ejiher by n tcor aecount. I such ca s .
] Icfirc &
and I! attainable! only for strictly clmicc jiarrelsOld forward and make irnmediat j)3ftnent of said Company, is rc'iuircd be paid on or NOTICE TO SLVVEIIOLUERS! J.m'Y- jur---p&WI,
the Fort adja- t<> come
whether iiuo'ed order oi
ascertain month I
.tn:1 by I-
M Thisijccn ;1 cotton of various descriptions ranges from SJi to the subscriber and prevnr "nit.'V)1. the 'lli;h day oftic: pre-.ent of suit C"inpany.TUUBUTT The b.bscrit.er.will; give from THIRTY to September 30tb 1837
-. lati'were" included in the grant. and BAILEY Aront.Dee. ill's l'rc i.jclailJ Directors
!, a 11 cents. Tin stock in store on sllipI J. U BUTTON, Sec'y FORTY DOLLARS (per month for Negro Fellows JUAVELICV STORE.

it Jla -nJing! ever since,-the claim I board j is between 10 ant1I'.!,OUO) hales.MoCILE S3, .1637.. ._ lOtfNOTICE. Iee IGN 183 IJ-t (o work on the !>i Joseph and lola flail Uuad. III subscriber would respectfully inform the
-- --'-' R J Hacklcy. r.
evidence -- For further particulars
and tl.c collecting ; that
and its vicinity
government ,
I of Tallahassee
Councilmen the works. citizens
and eijht Subs'-nberson
for Inte.idant Tallahassee, r to the
Lwe learn, will Le decided this term. Tin ] : Dec. S.. "TILL Ire hired nt public outrry on Saturdaytlic .. flection the of Tallahassee will bi heLl JOHN D & IFAl GRAY he has just received per ship Ocooee, from New articles
for city
:ay III Uic sale of St. Mark c, we presume, liacau.ed Cotton.-Arnvtd during the week 220j :, fiih <>f January nexi', at the residence itt the tlmce of 0 tcItat Iy Esq on the first Mon Dec9.l-1 l8uhwFA1111 York, a rich assortment of Jewelry chronometer and fancy watches -
I --- hieh fine gold
"3 : by the President's not being! satis, j I hales, and exported in the same period, to of the late S. S. TetbL-v, NEGROESIx'otiiiti day ill January next. John! Hea Esq, Silas Judges II AND TMNTEUbiiWriltrr GOOns. I independent, among second arc watches, gold pateat lever

-t'iastll the lawn Kite ; :\\'cldrt1lttI, tha : Havre 1401 bales N. York '*>*; N'-'W Or- SEVERAL estateConc'itioi's n.ade known Couiliu-y, and Edward P Grant 11 aiointcd.".1CL1ER| Inmtd has just received and offers : watches, skeleton watches and a large assortment

Iris one. reason whyj the Hail road; corn. lians 1 4 ID-together, 2901 bales; leaving the ? to -aid ofthet-I.ctU.n.: 19-Kl 1nE sale, a select assortment i-f Muths, CisTestings. -i of silver! watches gold chains of all descriptions,fob
on the day of IcclCI&37 ; Likewise a lot@f ready made ladies' rich guard chains,gold pencil casae
ml chains
not DUVAL simern ,
l shipboard .clcarl.J MY ,
: Jetidctt ta the load acro--s the nyc!r stock on hand and on t .LEX. FOR mounted scissors,
} tin of bue.: bbck, Adelaide, mul- thimbles, gold and silver
time laM 1 Adm'r of :. S. Peebles, dee'dDee. NOTICE.weeks Clothing, onsi : gold
.1 point Iwluw.FritMid \ 17,010 bales, against: 15,132 same 20-tf I after dale I will apply to the lion.Li I berry, and ;;reen Frock and Dress Coats; l diamond pins, diamond rings; a rich assortment ofladies' .
23 IS:'. IX 4c
season.The. Court fur letters of a minI -: Steel mixed mohi-jr. and blanket Overcoats; ear rings, a few pair of the latest style,

Knowirs ,s determined to Invc the I i I ; sales during the week have been -,UNION HANK OF FLORIDA.1ENERAL Jml;e of the the County estate of the late Jair.es Mcnriie, SaL llcLL and Kentucky jean frock and dress Coat; Silver Plated Ware, comprising castors, candlesticks .--
ns-I iSlra1ifln on sets,urns $e.LaJies
I word, and insists un his right; to it, hccauoc : pcctable, con -ideriug: the light stock on IC nifetinirs of the .Sti l"khItcu "IJf I dertll"t (J LOG HOLT L'lain do figured do bilk and and rui vc'vet satin! Vests do ; \ ,'cake fancywork and fruit and baskets dressing, tea tables fancy box-
f.urtliI 13 6lTHL ;
well brother I I which well tln closing of freight engIicIiieiit4. sail i 1 Baislt, will b. he'.d! on the on- Jil Marks Dec 1C 1i371ROVJS1ONS. leather traveling case,
|'yI. ive struck first. Very as as likewis-e on the firs JM.mday --- White and bk! crimped satin do; es, dressing cases, Russia
*en your own way. ,JJ'e! liave no unkind ; and the filling of positive orders, I day in January next at, ihcir Hanking Hou>c in the I II ------- Cloth, bombazine and fil Valencia d"; .j musical boxes, organs, violins, guitars Year'a flute, and flageolets -
next New
II forward. large in l'ernarv! i Hue[ black and drab cassimere Pants; 4 c. A rich *ssoi tmeat of
hate: induced
ii." ta jrraiifv, and as our editr riabe! equal buyers to come I I c.ty of Ta'.bha: -e-. subscribers IMVC on tunrd the Bri:; Lu- buckskin do fine guns and pistols,in eases;
Cah'r.Drc.21 PlatO and striped ; Christmas presents;
shaie, of business has been for account of cas- JOUN PARKIIILL, 1 for
York the be sold cheap
; will
Nt-w on wnich-
jiccuniary profitui sailed from do
j'k! an tiot conducive to ur : SU-tf which Napoleon cord und o.reelmix'd ; cutlery and tancy toys
:: t(>rn manufactories. The prospect of a speedy 18:7. f-ll'jw ing articles \\Heh they offer fur anti Kmtuckv do. : approved creditF.. GER.JRDIN,
nuis of the \loaves and fishes, brother,]) 2l th ull the ijatmctt, beavencen jean cash, or Gerardl.
el Tlugia I I rise in the t hers, and a consequent in- .fUST---RECElYED- -- peR SOMERSET, sa'.c! low, and fur cai/t mily. Also, a complete assortment ot* hirts. Stocks, Adm'r of I. thathaving
'111'\' our hand at something1 c' would also inform the public,
and all articles usually subscriber
(''';" ? of stork, have at the close of the week, New Orleans. Dot Northern Hay Suspenders, GovesHdkt's.! The Paris
: liJitnr, whose chaste and] rcracious rettis From do Oats found at similar establishments are offered cheap engaged a first rate workman.lately
occasioned anxiety in holders to sell, and a f,0 BrlsFl'iur, Wcs'.er.i.: do J. B. BULL.AW. i prepared attend to the m adinf of
J our gii hrcthcr becomes foittrfalhtt.iasj ( Newark Cider in barrels for cash or short credit. he ? now
lei corresponding! backwardness or< the part of I '0 Kegs Lar.l Firkins Goshen t BuUcr 10, 1857. 14-tf vi ate hes, jewelry, &c.
urek. \il. be noticed \\lien we get \\ hi 1\oy18 838. 1 Ml.NOTICE.
buyers, who take only sufficient for immediate 'JO() Brls "key K Lml NOTICE. Tallahasw, ,
'Wo attention to ucll small! fry. J His I 'Jo BiU Rum es
pay The sales of the week estimated Bar Sonp
wants. arc Hams Boxes Jo hereby f>r\va.rn all persons against trading .
>J f4Uciiurse (ntxjrds! General NtNon'svolLers at 4,000) ) bales, ia which is included 1 llhd superior Charleston. do Sperm Candles bits 1 for a MiiAll noe of hand of thirty dollars: given weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon.

:,ruJim tu be elf miall account. IKiO) !bales, not regularly reported. The principal \ Uy the JULY ANN, from New 7Iochc ter Flout in whole 4half by me I. Daniel Ridsreway, as it was illegal, SIX ofthe County Court Jefferson county Joel
Onions it of
2.V Sacks S.ilt Bunch and therefore I am determined never to pay Unless administration upon the estate
made at 0\ to 10( < the for for
jr. extremes suitable planting14erccr
were ; Flour Potatoes The
Northern Wiiite of law. notemade
30 Nils : by n due course late of said county.
unfato compelled dec'd
Walker ,
7ietWi from Canada, appears quite ft. II. BERRY. ,
G a 12c. For sale by Potatoes payable in November 1536- JESSA WALKER.

ILle the: cuse (f the patriots 1 althoiigli'm New Orleans Dec. 9-Cotton, sales for the Dec. 23! 1S37. U-2w LOCKWOOD MeKNAUnilT 19StNOTICE. JESSE WIGGINS. Dec. 2, 1831. 17

the contradictory acaunts published, it is i iI week past have ranged from 7A to 10J. FOIl BALTOIORE. St JJark Declt, 1837_ _Dec 2, 1937. 13-Iv FOR SALE-

I jnncirlam as to tlleir strength nJ resourrcs --' The supcr c.r fat sailing Brig OPU- NEW DRUG STORK.

l1ittle time Till determine whether they had Our Rail Road.-AVe witnessed the other LF.NCJK, Snerden, master, will haveimmediate days after date I will pet i'on the Judge of 100 Bbls of Flour, and
formed copartnersh.cin
leave subscribers have a BusheLs of Oats, by
for freighter pas- 3 0 the'Middle Di"lrictuf Florida fur to THE 500
erly matured their plain, and acquired suf- diy, for the first time, the labours of the having excellent accommoda- reaIcstateufTiuis G She hte for the purpose( the Drug bu.inl'ss, under the firm ol 8W.MM fr .MADDEN.

btnt off the in excavating for this work. _JJ*_rJ_,,-_ 'gc, board oi sell the & Lewis. Marks Dec. 2, 1837 17-tf
litrellrth to enable them to throw workmen engaged "tjr.nsj apply to the captain on of division among toe heirsM.1BY Waddcl, Randolph, St. ,

bcLIt'S <.f the British (;0 vern inctit.T1iCfQllLwjfl On this side din Escambia, there seemed tube lo the undjrsincd St. Mauks.LOCKWOOD: SIIE//Eli!, Adm'rx They have just received and now otTer for sale,, STORAGE AT MAGNOLIA.THE -

-----.- --- I about one hundred! and fiftv handsemploved. it McNAUGIIT.Pec.23lR37. D-cIfiI337 J6-tt one door north of Mr Birge's clothing establishment subscribe will receive on storage for shipment

; i; unaccustomed : 20-tf on Monroe street, a geneaal assortment oj other produce also .odz and mer-
added southron ;
gentlemen have U-en to To the eye of a SALE. Cotton or
I FOR DRUGS, MEDICINES, P.1INTS atdOIL' forward with punctuality despatch.
I.clilituf! : Ap of by the Dircc to witness the combined and harmonious FOR LIVERPOOL. FRESH and chindiie; and
praistrs properly it\ Bbls of Lime on board of the together "'ithn. variety of Perfumery business entrusted to their care will receive
t'J of tl.e! Union Bank. operations of this number of laborers-all employed fast sailing Bark EUPHRATES I 1 00,. brig Olive Branch, expected tc I fancy aaticles for the :oilei Any attenlion. Their terms will be the same

I JaeW County.-Jacob Robinson, Wm.I'tNulcy by means of a proper distribution of master, t>) sail o.i theOth arrive daily, by SWAIM & /1DUEN, .111 orders from Physician ,Planters and country as heretofore. From long experience in business

the best advantage 6The For freight or passage, ap merchants, will be thankfully received and faithfully meet with a share public patronacv
jkSCph Russ, D. Piltman.County. labor and of ime, lo very ; to the captain at St. Marks, or to at Dec.til. Marks.2 1S37. 17-IfSTRAYED. attended to 18-tf they hope to J.k NHLVL1N..
Gad JcII .Thomas Monroe, Joshua the scene was one of no small interest. 11. Berry. W. W. WADDLE. Oct. 7,1337.BARRELS 9-6L

lrD.niel1 \Vtn. 0. Kenan. worthy friend Baham was not at hand, but Tallahassee, Dec. 23, 1837. 0-_3w J.H. RANDOLPH. Magnolia

Jdfer80n i County.-L. M. G01Jt oorouglt. E. the overseer, a clever son of the Emerald FOR NEW YORK. the 25th Nov., from the Fauntleroy place, B. C. LEWIS. no 50 Pieces Bagging Peach,Brandy and-Whiskey.

.arringt.lln Caki!. Isle, spread before us a dinner, not. of the the regular packet ON Tallahassee, ay oun stud son el colt 3 NOTICE. A Lot of Twine,

choicest viands, but seasoned by an appetite Via Kty1rest, years old last spring, his right hind foot white, IX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon. 20 Bags Coffee,
miles the \ Brig LUCINDA, Harki.ess master, mostly inside, he has a diamond in his face, shot S Court of Gadsden County American Began *
often through Judge of the County and ,
Communication. procured by a gallop For freightor fore Spanish
i.i ready to receive despatch. slim tail has a lump on his right the estate of
Arction Hart.bL
long administration
) mane, of and for sale at the
b. all for letters In store
1 SIBLEy-SOmc years ago, I believe pine woods. Wo recommend to dyspeptics _, passage, hiving excellent accommodations foot on the ancle joint, no other marks recollected IF- King deceased, late oC said county. brR.J.HACKL&T. .

,&.a.Conress Pas8cd a 'law authorising the to follow our footsteps in this excursion.Our apply to the master on board, or to A liberal rewatd wilt be given. Joseph 1)AVW G. RANEY. Oc. 17,1837 .1W

&-j iorfc United States to hy off"theM. press and types upon it, they will comeback ROBERT LYON; ZAC J RODGERS.18-tf I Dec. I, 1837. 7-6w ---I, "
of Mall, and I learn, directed cured.-Pensacola Gniette. Dee23, 1831.2Q..tt Dec V, 1837 1.; .


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LEGAL AI ftTLSEMETS. .Tallahassee Jockey Club Races-, A fresh upply of this VALUABLE MEDICI E Judfete*' Patelit 8J.e. .. t

New-Stor Provision and Grocery 18S1, Just itccivtd. Th ab Y* Ointment {. And "

NOTICE. rjrTHE subscribers have united themselves under in SOLELY from vegetable matter AHM and certain rody for. obati- It
the third Wednesday PREPARED .,
the firm of PEACHY & MANEB, for the ILL commence" on HOUCK, Baltimore which may cues, MOM er which hv. M I. baffled ..
2Kb( and UMaUn
t, months after dale, I shall present my accounts purpose establishing in the town of St.Mark a 9 December net, the continue be taken with perfect safely by all ages & in all di.- medical fCMuc .

and vouchers, and apply{ to the Hon. Q D. four' )& for three eases; its cures are for the following diseases :- lit Whit 8wellin .f ducripboD'
punt C.ort {JeflmoB. county, tor a final aettlepient Ten buildings Q"R.IQB. 1st Day, Wednesday-A sweepstake Dyspepsia, Loss"of Appetite, Indigestion, Inflammation 2d Sore Left and Ulcers every or tong
to .E mile beau itaadin .
and discharge from the administration of the \ propose .attending to the year old, Florida Colts, one .ubcrip- of the Stomach, Heart Burn, Diarrhcea,Dysentery 3d Schirmior Gtaadalar Tumor *-
be .
MUU of Thomas Delphy, late of said county de Receiving and Forwarding of Goods and Cotton, tion f 100, forfeit $30. The Colts n or Flux, Pile., Fistula,Obstructed Mensura hardened Inmonrs ia women's breast pa rtcil..tthose .

u. JAMES L. PARISH, Adm'r. QP3I J1 gm DJ to which they pledge tbemeve to pay SUCH at- day before the race. five subscribers tion, Ague and Fever, Billious or Remittent Fever oftentimes terminate ia alcerated eaoeers 'w j
Au 19 1837. .2.6m tention will entitle liberal share of To this sweepstakes there are Fever Small Pox
$ AUCT1NEEB a a Typhus Fever, Scarlet Erysipelas 4th Felons, er wnat some people know
NOTICE. AND patronage from the Merchants and Planters of theTerritoJY and closed.2d Club Purse SiSO .. or St. Anthony's Fire, Asthma, Pleurisy, Measles name o Catarrhs of every description. 11,1'-
Commission merchant. and neighboring counties of Georgia. Day, Thursday' -Jockey Yellow Fever, Costiveness, Wind on the Slo- 5th Rheumatic Pains of the joinU.
months after date 1 fiec for
shall 25
present my voucheri i two mile! heats: ntrancO ; any nag I.
Their will be sold low for cash orprcduce.As Morbus
and tho IDiiirS) Saturdays.N. goods in the mach or bowels Cholera Consumption, 6th Sprains and Bruises of every descrip
oppjj to Hon. the Judge of the ; 1 J lIcndayund hand constant owned in the Territory of Honda,or adjoin- .
I they will endeavor to keep on a Influenza, Uolds Coughs, Inflammation .f f the in wnatever part> ;aattl.
Court GaJ den Thomas and Loundcs
County of for final settlement in
a of Decatur ,
and discharge from the county administration of the York St. marks line of Packets I supply of choice and superior qualities of Groceries ing counties before the firslday Oclober chest, Palsy, Gt ut, Rheumatism, Infiamatory sore 7th Totters of all kind .In this cenjplta.; ..
the State Georgia ,
and Provisions of every description.\ Country Inflammation: of the heart, Dropsy
throat, Croup in applying tb. Ointment mspart
"talc or( late of Gadsdcn I kespnv
Captlohn Hill, county, Merchants and Planters will find It to their interest 1337. three Rickets, Disease of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty : out of water.
Florida. club
Administrator. & to call. Their store is now open. 3d Day, Friday-Jockey 30. Free purse above.8300; of making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous and 8th Chilblains, OJ parts affected by frost.TO .
PEACHY.WM. mile heats entrance
IONA nOB\OS. JOHN BLAIR ; a Scrofulous affections of the members and ligaments. THE PUBLIC.
August I-6m Purse a handicap .
MANER.Sf. 4th Day, ,
183. S8turd.y-lroprietn's Mercurial and Venereal diseases,Ulcers, b res. Af f. '1 he foUowing communication, addressed
JNUT1CU.A FIRST Rate Vessels and experienced .'aslers''I Marks, Jan. 16th, 183(1: ;, 23-tl., |200; one Free above., best in five; entrance fictions of the skin, & all diseases rising from Impure proprietor of Judkin's Ointment frsm U>i toil n

LL persons wi take notice that 1 have this wi be cmpbyed, in this line, t.> sail from cither LAND FOR SALE I NOTE.$20--The Swecpsukes as for three year olds, Blood, &c. Price per bottle S2. John Taliaferre, member of Congress,is highly; | *j

.v. day fled in ofcI of the Clerk of Gadsden poit a vesbel will si on the 8ih and 24th- of Subscriber is authorized t Sell three va three mile heats, and the Post tlkes, 2 mile heals, This medicine has powerful effect as a Springand teresling. The gratuitous manner In which u -

County ,Flr my final report and account every month, and should patronage re- THE Tracts of Land situated within 5. 1:2: wire not filled : and there being no subscribers, Full Purifier, in these whose constitutions re made, exhibits teelings of n. ordinary charp.
Guardian of late S. Ma&hburn and The first contains quire nourishment and new vigor ; such persons towards humanity and is
as Henry quire.WM. and 25 miles from Tullahassee. out of the Territory of Florida, the sports of this I suffering ; certainly
that so soon a the law allows, I shall demand of WYLLYS PRATT, Agent N. York, about 1920 Acres, 15* cleared The second 520 i he confined lo Florida owned Nags, would be much benefitted by using two or three deserving public attention. '

the aid Court the settlement thleof, anJ. my discharge ROB'T LYON, Agent St. iIrks.. : Acres, CO cleared. And the third &sO Acre, aboui, ,. meclitjj with tnt\II exception of the adjoining counties in bottles, which may be takeuwith.utrcgard to drink : VAsatsoTorJan3, 182 j

a guardian. THUS. G iA Y. St._Marks, Jpril._.15. ,_ 1837. 3Cly'r.NOTICE. 200 cleared. Thrse lands are equal to any in ..Middle or diei. Many persons are diseased for the wan Sir-It has been my wish bra censiderabUtiatr
Oct. 10th 1837: 12 u will sold Geo.gia of blood being purified. Thousands of persons are the good effect '
Floridn, nnd be on terms :advantageous! ;iCGenllemcn disposed to form 1 new Jockey communicate t.o you with "k j.
Administrators' Notice.- to the purchaser. Clnl requested to meet at the City hitch, in destroying their constitutions by neglecting to apply have used the ointment invented by Mr. Judllia j '
> are
persons who are indebted to E. B. II. W. RRADF.X. n proper remedy ; to such the Panacea will be and which 1 now understand is made and
is hereby thn at the next THOSE Tnll.ihassre.at H on : Evening sold .
given Jnl. ,
NOTICE by note or account, are earnestly tit valuable certain and effect
ofGadsden county Court, the undersigned : make iinmedia'e, Tallahassee March 15th 1S37. tf 32 to the Races, forth? purpose of organizing the more tHan doubly as u agents appointed by yourself. 1 have nppfi,It.olOtment.
requested to to health and *
payment ual means of reotflringhtm t.) perfect the last three
.fdmin'.sirntors: of Thomas Wynn, dec'd, before the all MILL SAWS &c.--- same. during years to e erTto.
the subsciibeis first ol as from Scorbutic
September few
I are without
exempt and wound
will make finil: and settlement said estate The Rules of the old Jockey Club will govern v'sior ; cies of tumor failure-ton,.
rcpoit account remaining unpaid at that date willbeputinto Mill Saws 2 etis Pat. Fcalcs A fiections which exhibit various as Eruptions
instance. I
; : symptoms duce cure in every conhidcymost.
and lix a
; months from the date hereof will applyfor the hands of collection. FORTY untill a new Club s or ani/ed. &$
Rovvand'j. Tonic Mixture. Loss of and '
a discharge and letters disnnssory from said allrCfur Received THUS. Poprictor. Ulccrations, Debility, Appetite decided and efficient remedy in all eiitt
an such administrators. ; E. BARNARD $- CO. on consignment" and for sale low, to close: sales, by October UtU\\'N. 1 Itf Digestion, all arising from impure blood, and if tumor, be the cause what it may and I have fom'
1 1837.: 17 For E. B. Pi kins. ,
tor JOHN WYNN, July --- G. //. 4- T. E. LINDENBERGER.July Tal.lhlssec not properly attended to, are sure to produce the nothing so good for wounds of any description.

HENRY U. BIC W: COPARTNERSHIP. 29, 1S37. 51 LEON COUNTY COURT. greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea is re- may be proper '9 add, that the cure of the tun

Ju'y iC.18.V7.1 -M-Cm lIE bubsciibcrs have this diy entered into A CAttO.aWb Josiah EJs.n, ) Assumpsit : Attachment for commended in all seasons of the year, and in parti- called ihe white aw.el.lmgglv n over by the UK
from all diseases in cli-
NOTICE. T copannership, under the firm of Taft, Holt ZIIt4 :ko tDYI vs > Summon* ad rr! for $80 561 tlain.WillisAlston cular as apicvcntative when diseases warm distinguished physicians as incurable, and 1f1t)
matesand those are would
persons prevalent without
Returnable to March Term, I8J7 have decided ,
& Co. ) they amputatk
Ihs next April term of the County Court MERCHANT lakinj the Panacea three orfour times a
AT by ; f.1talto the patient, was under
S. S TAFT C.U.llS1U.V defendant in said case all others in- prove my iromet
Jackson I shall uc- nol
county, the THE week three four table spoonful's when going
present ,or
cr effected the use Judkins
counts and vouchers the administrators of the GEORGE. HOLT, ST., NEW YOUK. will take notice of the institution ol ate notice, by Onun
fear of
estate e( \HOLLAND, dec'd, fur seuKmcnt GEOUUE MILLER.St. Offers his services to the merchants of Alabama, said suit by attachment as aforesa'd-and they areeqU.red icIilz tolicil.and attacked the persia with the may Cholera no, Yellow apprehension Fever, .r and the patient is in fine health ; his limb affect

and :l k far letters of dismi :ion from said esia.c MarksjJuly: 1, 1837. 51 Geoigia and Florida, in the purchase of Goods, to appear and plead to the declaration filed i. oihei disease a$ this medicine is a valuable restorative b. the tumor being restored to a perfect state
the of .
THOMAS ORMAN, Wares and Merchandise.l In the and in said case, according to the statute u iHi case. any the soundness. Also, that leg an aged man tl'
EQ purchasing made and DUVAL& ALLEN, of system, thereby invigorating had been wounded, and exhibited one dreadful
whole stocks of provided
One of the Admun ralois. selecting goods, ,
: dm1 constitntirn,and enabling it to bear the debilitatingeffects
the knee
Marianna, June SGth, Ii7.$?: .17-w:nLKON :::r'r1 I J imdciMgncd i informs the them. Having had long experience in the purchasing .fttys for p'.tff of all climates u is conveyed by the circulating ulcerated surface from to the foot t. s
Leon and Alabama September 25th 1837 8 tf ; which, for more than two years, had been ecu
planters nl iulj.i-cnt: counties!, that he has of goods for Georgia and Flu fluids, and corrects their tendency to all those
I COUNTY COURT. m..11; appcmlrd DAVID C. M'IL!ON 1ii ,ttnrnci' uda. he flatlets himself that any orders entrustedto MISS PARKOTTE5PECTFULLY diseases which in vitiated blood diseased ered incurab'e, was effectually cured by the aPt
orIginate ,
Edward LocrkcrTian )} siimpsit. Ati'nt for to sell I P.V.: Pitt's patent Cotton : him will be \satisfaction; oil the part of those toalrecI cali.n Judkin'a Ointment 1 mention these t
r S. I 3S-J.-i( ii sum. ad rc.-p lie reaper/fully invites CULTIVA- who may favor him with their business. I-I informs the Citizens of liver, depraved appetite, or predisposition cases, which fell under my immediate notices

Wm Jounlan and Henry > 'lor SGj dam's; issued and examine for themselves. Refer to Messrs. Oukfonl &. Whitcomb, and Tallahassee! and its vicinity, that her .SEMINARY I- I lions of the lungs. management, as a decided evidence of the effiaf

Smith trading tc. TI: j SepfJI, 1b".J7; .iJourdan C. CLABAUC/f.. Baldwin A Hawkins, New York. -AVm. Maner, for YOUNG LADIES, will commence on It. resembles, in point of taste and flavour, a rich this remedy in cases of tumors and of ulcers.

JSmith.? J blc to Mun-li L'I, I/J: Tallahassee. Dec. 2G, 1S3C.;. 21-tf Tallahassee, Flo,-Win. G: Porter, Apalachiccla, Monday, October 23d, in ihe Rooms lately occupied :: cordial rather than in a medicine.slu.uld Every have person after ', have experienced as decidedly the good effect

t1; aiacac, and all others in '- -- Flo.-Craig k Daflin, St. Josephs, Flo.-Wm. A. by Mrs. Orchard as a Seminary. taking mercury, any way, recourseto this remedy in the cure of felons, and of en
TiE lake notice. of'he institution tlf .Jnnies .Johnson I5irfc, McKcusie, Irwinlon, Ala.-Preston &Nelms, Co- The instruction pursued in this institution will one or two bottles of this medicine. In the decline species of trcsh wound. It seems to me that a
: wil
Rid suit, and tie, is-uing of it! of attachment DRAPER AND lumous, Geo.Octebert9. embrace a complete English course also the Modern tf life. or when the system has been impaired one who willobserve on the operation of this It
tilcHi TAILOR, Languages MUSiC, Drawing, Painting, and{ by excess, it nourishes, strengthens and supports be satisfied beneficial efftI
and to apnear and plead! thp declara 183\; l merit, must as to its
71LL.9II.iSEfl, FL.t -it is fir to add' that it actually
: lrr Needle Work. it : not presuming too
in i-aiJ actinn, to the statutes Fancy I can with the utmost confidence recommenduse
ton1lelt nde and! (acclllinJ (Next / ,or.V. of P. T( r/tJtlcrltr, in _%Inue st.) XOT1CE.personjovvninglols The present term wi open Monday, October piolongslife. I of this valuable remedy.

CHARLES! S. Y. Att'v of Par. HAS just ICI'elvelJ fiom NY tl k a superior I LI4 within the limits of the 23d, and close July comprising laity \\eck- This I'an'cea has been introduced tp the public I am sir, very respectfully,

Bated Sept. i'l I 183-i. Sll -m: : of I'ro-iOi-ioths: Cassnncrs and : A Corpoiation of the city of Tallahiswc, are The icrm divided: into four sessions, each succeed f for .1 short lime, nnd has received more testimonials: JOHN r ALIA 'ERRO.
VeoltI', Ji'iionhicii: : ,1.il the most fashionable: !. hereby! notilitd {n cleanse the same on or before Sa- ed by of half week.TERMS.. in its f Lour for its efficacy, in so short a time, than To Mr. Charles Hen.to us, proprietor of Judki

: 011(1. 111015 lne patterns thaI! appeared in.the New turdsy n:\t, the 19th) inst. of all nuisances calculated lolidar any other, medicine, ever (discover",lIod its name at Ointment, near Frede'ricklown, Maryland.

months after I .h.l present my ac- Yoi k mtrkct,also an extensive i assortment nf Ready 10 cauoc disease, viz: weed, trash, or filth of rvery For tuition in all departments English siudses hoimand abroad, will induce hundre s, aye thou- ItrPILESjj

SIX !% and vouchers, and to the lion.pour.lyCouitof : Made Cltthing 'it.4.V&I' $I.1 iltiH which he ran description. All LOTS not attended to by the per year of forty week*, 8:0,01), for those over 1'J soln"(". to apply Icr it, to reap the true virtue Be fere leaving Boonsboro, 1 had heard muck

L "n t.uunty, for 1 final settlement I waiiant to be as neatly mid< .11( as lute cloths, tile nbovi stipnlitrd! will be c'r.w'd by the hands years of age ; to those over 8, awl 1 under 12, &-40; thereof. an article in whicn yeu appear bfore the public

and discharge from the aJinmulrition of the cbUof : is any ever 11r..rc in tl. si'uther c mntr .'few employed by the City Corporation for that purpose, and for those under t SiO: ; half pa) able in ad- Nititlistaiidingattcmpts may be made t a impair proprietor, named Herstons Judkins' P, Spec

Wm. Kinnaird, Kite of snid CJUUtV.GEORGE : suits of Jtuths ciOlhing: ); aU, }''uthsehinclnlldTand and charged to the owners of said lots; and in event vance. the confidence of the public in the efficacy and intment, made by C. Herstons, near Frerferi

YOUNG, Administrator.JalySJ cloth ctjig, ni<-ns hatr\.th uud fur caps of vai ions of the ownf:rs refusing to pay for sa.d; work, the lots Modern Languages, each per year, S 1,0. curMe! rx>vcr of this medicine it will go on to Maryland, and of its descried efficacy in cures

Itf37.-48-6m_ qualities, Units, II iie tn seven dollars taeh, I will be sold ct public auction: for the paynientvf: the Drawing and Painting, StO.jtfisic conquer disease, relieve the afflicted, and earn for itself with whom I am well acquainted. 3d

NOTICE nnion: \b.ci; are a ,.rid V of plain! and milled sime S. l. COURTNEY, SI00 I for the ttrl.Embroidery the good opinion thousands and tens e f thou- persons residence in Baltimore, it has performed

linen, pl"l a'' dcinhioiilencilbosums, eollars, stocks Tallahassee, An-. It, 1937. City ..Marshal.Oflers and Worsted Flowers, and work,$7- sand Already U as earned for itself a name my friend of mine afflicted with the Piles
18 HEREBY GIVEN, that at the next January suspfiulprb, fine merino II ,.1nd. c.ntul flannland, --- MATERL-tLS-EXTIA. which das'ardly attacks cannot reach ; that such is cure en a

term of Gaikden County Court, the under It t colcl shirts und wC'', linen, silk, buckskin f g 1 Each Young Lady to rind her own s'and and the fact, the! number, of lettcis in possession must Having my self been a sufferer for some yearsw
1 l
this distressing disease, I now unhesitatingly
signed, the Executor of Fields F. Wynn, who was and, fur -;!10"e fur fnll.irs do. white and c.lorct sale, accommodating chair. I Uilly: satisfy the most incredulous ; amid were it necessary |
executor Benjamin B. B-ibb. will make final report silk and I linen i :handkc'rrhiefs. Is. terms, his HOUSE and Lor, ilualec' on Boarding can be had for the pupils at the Seminary there could be obtained numerous testimonials plied your ointment my own case, and am f

and settlement (if !dill t te, an:I MX months Also I lot of ne;niclothin., ail of whicu he will : ': :.Munroe I Street, m the city of Talaha.! and in genteel private familit.i. under the sanctity ef tic oaths of those who, lifted that I can say it made a perfect J. BENTS cure.

frem the date hereof will apply for a discharge and sell as (Inw ;ieci nling to the quality of the goods AS sec. The Lut measures 110 : Every attention u ill be paid to the .Mind ant l lILt sutkrinj? thc most acute and long protracted Ccunling room Lombard,
letters dismis;.ry from said cuurt as Midi extcui Ian he bonshl in the Tcrrdoiy.Nov. ; by U(0 feet rear. The house is a eon'cnicl, spacious Manners of the Young Ladies committed 10 the illness, have been entirely restored t healthbut, it of
A few weeks a woman's bri
r of nil Babb. JOHN J YNN. 10th! l '.r. 15tf and comfortable residency independent of charge of Miss Parrot and it will be her effort to does not enter into thecompieiiension of manyhow ago sore
: under the breast
J ulyll. 1837. _aO-Siii that portion, which is now occupied as a Fancy rent the approbation of hr friends and patmns. it it possible! fur botanic medicine to effect such came the my notice to, be seen-greatly her inflta t

NOl'ICK.: CAUTION., Store. Young Ladies disconnected \iih the Seminary, ivonders in the healing art, as experience has nipple scarcely the she appears;
persons ate hereby warned against t trading He also offers fur sale his unimproved lot, on can it desired, receive insliu'tion, in any of tie proved then competent to perform, but such are the clearly spoke great misery was inp
months alter date I shall 'lLI. told she had been three
SIX present my Re- .. three certain promissorY notes, drawn I. the :.' loot street, measuring ICO feet front by IbO Ira nrhp, fuels that they cannot be denied. me suffering months
0 -- '
and voucherss, anJ apply 11 Hon. ) it, and was carried to her bed ; she then had i
\ tie the undersigned, and made payable: to Joseph REFERENCESGen.. Brown,Ju-'ge Randall,Gov. The above medicine can be obtained G. H. &
County Court Jefferson county, for a scttleBient Watts, or hearer, as foll ws. back.The subscriber will also dispose of his entire Call, Col Buder.Tllahasscl' T. E. L1NDENBERGEK, Monroe stre' t. Taltahdssip seed poultice to it; other things had bee tried.

and di!; irsc from the fdfuioislr.uion of then One note dated on the SMJth; July. 1S37, and payable stock in Trade, comprising; a most general assortment Jet, 11th, 1837 10-4w Florida, with proper directions for using it. advised Judkins' oiitmenl, knowing it had b
otc James Hall, IMC of ni I rOlr ty, dffiscd. of Goods Groceries successful in like cases. She goi and applied ii''
on tile first day January, 163: for three of Fancy and Staple >
JAMES 1. Perry T011:7tJhp, MiJJin to\n/y/ a. May, 1837. cording to the directions accompanying it is
l'ARII thousand do.lars.: Hardware, Grocery; jS-c. &r. His 5-tock is large ;
A 1 19 1 7. 2 TO TIII!: PUBLIC. MR. JACOB HOICK-bir, 1 feel myself conouain-I hours all it broke and
.t.n. was ne comme
: ug. : One note rf the same: date, and payaMe on the and we1; assorted, with such goods as are well pain g ;
It is due to Miss PARROTT to state: that the ed inform of the eliects that Panacea
to you your ed discharging copiously, and si continued M
J first d >y of Janu try, 1!;: for two thotsand adapted t the market.
NOTICE. 1 : dolars.On ( l charges in her school, both in their present reduced had on me. In the year IHJti, during the months days ; the relief from extreme pain to perfecte
note of the sinic date, and payable on For particulars apply to R. J. Hacklcy, or Hugh
SIX weeks after (\ateI shall apply to ihe Judge t dayof January, 1H10, for two thousand! dollars. Archer, my authorised agent. and in their original form, \ieie determinedby of January.F Lruar), Ia"cb and April, I was employed excited the woman's astonishment : a few day

the County Court of Gadsden County, tor fr As the Raid Jo eph B. Watts has not given us the Wm. tANEr. the a (Ivice of her friends. In ihe first instant, in thrashing with a thrashing machine,and aced her breast lo its usual state,aid in eight i''

letters of administration on the estate of Josepn W. 'onbidrationagteed: we are d termined not Tallahassee Dec. 7), 1836. a friend was cu sul'ed, who, having children to cai'xht Cold, and he dust seemed to settle: on my the cure was complete. C. HERS10.\J

: King dc'J, late ol mid county.JOiSA.. to pay either ol the upon said ,notes, until he complies educate, from motives of d.-l.car advised a highrrrate luni>. I sutfcied much pain, and could no lunger Frederick county, April 3, 1825.
NOTICL3.TW than circumstance would und the business the located in
justify mai- attend
ROBINSON.Nov. with his or until a due cuui&e of l-iw. ; to my ; (lain was my BEWARK er iMresiTie.
II, IF37.; 14-6w agreement 31.IRT1N PALMER, \HE subscribers having formed' a copartner- let in nmscqiicncc bem:iuliniticJ for nroi'sulera- breast, particularly on the left side. I was liho afflicted Messrs L. t R T Low odes,merchants,Curab.i4

J \. IE" L. PARISH, JL ship,w ill hereafter conduct the Drug business tion, MIC urid(bigncll alter mature !clih.eratiorde. with night sweats and fever, I sought the aid Gentlemen-As Mr Herstoos agent for th.w
NU net;. iARlUS WILLIAMS..Monticcllo in the name of cided upon the present rates,is the lowest r< duc ii u ol"vaiious I'hyMuans in this region, but all to no of Dr William Judkir.'s patent specific ointKS
weeks after date, I will epply to the which 111 reason it is possible to makr. It is with then tiaveled to Lancaster and
SIX Judge : ,JeiTeisnn county, hrpu 30, 1837.8tf STEWART fc BAHXAIID. purpose; county, would inform you that last summer I was alcv
; the iheCounlyCoiniof county, foi letters Then shop will be found at the old Maud forr.-.eily real pleasure. that the incrr gneil{ otFr this t.xpl.1n'lIwn also: to Chester co. and employed several Doctors with a sore leg-the fame Judkin's Ointment

! ,administration on the. estate of Cphrdim Taylor, occupied by Mr.I E. P.. Perkins, opposite the ra ir. and recommend lo the J'atrnnp.: of then there, but derived no benefit ; finally, I had recourse duced me to gel a jog of it-but it happened not
lets .f said comity decease.). Marshall's Worm Syrup kct house. fellow citizen, a seminary in which the high moral to your l'anace.',and used one boUle, whichI be ef Mr. Herston's make. I used itscrwdiKj1

t ,MAURICE GIDDINS. IS recommended to all parents, nurst.s, and others They ill keep full assortments of Medicines and intellectual: character e.f the accomplished pi in purchased ai Lewistown, Pa. But seemed at the printed directions, but my leg kept pUdworse.

theat., Ne*. 25, lt37. I who have the management of children as, Duig Chemicals, Patent Medicines, kr., and cirwij i is sufficient guarantee to ihe pii'i{ 's for the ac- fist not to do me any good, for I because weaker, .

NO ['kEIs the most effectual WORM DCSTROTIVO medicine yet pledge themselves to "cll not'un' but eenume articles. qniMiiiA of all that is useful and otnamenial in polite and was obliged to Keep rny oed. Aly friends Mr Ilerstwns traveling to the west stopped

I- hereby given,that application wiUb made to discovered. J. I-.DWIN STEWART, M D. education. advised me to use no mule of it, but I resolved my house daring the time, on lookinyst the eM

the I'Ion.the Judfie,of the Superior Court f.rIne This syrup be:i<]3es bein: a safe and active vermifuge -: 47-tf EDWARD BARN4ItIJr.TIN Thomas Randall, give it a fair trial, and sent for another bottle; this ment I had, he immediately pronounced it not

. county ofGadsden, six weeks after date, for permission .agreeable and pleasant to the taste, and -WAKE. .' I Thomas; Brown, artbrdcd relief, and soon strengthened and imfrov- his make,and furnished me with ene which wax

to sell lots N G. 77 and 71, with the Impro'c.menta no child will refuse to take it. will Francis Kppes, ed me as much a I the first had weaked nv. On opening and smelling it, I was sensible tf t

I thsreon. lying in the t>\\n Quincy, in said; I is also happily calculated for preventing and carry on ] for a third bottle, 'nd am now restored, enjoying difference, altho' ii looked like it. I then applied t

county, formerly occupied by the late Francis A. removing in.tny (her I disorders to which children : I will manufacturing all Richnril Haywatd, Ileter: health than I hate dune for the last ten ointment which he gave me, to my leg ; it beta

Cash, dec'd. and now the property of his legal re- I are subject, such as bowel or summer complaints, at times Robert J. Ilacklev. years-I am attain enabled 10 follow the ploughever in a state of amendment en using the first plutt
I diarrhasa or looseness, and purging, it is a general assort 'l'2 lit August. I am fully convinced that
;( pres ntati'es. THUS. BALTZELL, vomiting at wholesale or I Oct. 22, 1S17. since and continued anti ii got uite well.
for the reprrsentalives.NOT. invaluable: for allaying those' pJins which children your panacea maybe tJk'n without any injury, This ointment in certainly ,valuables
l .fltorney as can be old in spnl G 4 SUJIEU;' GOODS. very
sulfer! in 'ihiir teeth and if useful medicine. Yours
culling previously and
. 1Q 1117. 146 T I is a respectfully, would be a pity it should i..t lost to the public )
u'el render this of Subscriber has received from New
I 1.m operation nature perfectly TlHE just DAVID ESHEL\IAN, a counterfeit article, bearing the name and bet
> BOUK-lIlNUERYl mild and free from danger. It i isequa'lydliracioifs, :: are invited to a full assorment; Itombazincs, Man. The following remarks by the editor of the Stark not genuine. \VM K NEJJ'MA'

t THE Sub cnbers hue: opened bin.leryin TlUhassee in rickets and in the inlantile remittent I leverh tua. Thibet and Merino 'loths, Black, Urci an-l County, Canton Ohio, Democrat, are extracted CumberlanJ May 24. 1S31.Frtm .

J I' and are prepared 10 eneeute all branches j. recoinm' nded with the assurance that it is fully Wl I. FRANCIS. : Dahlia Cu>hmenetis, anti Summer Cloths, of a variety from That paper of April 4, 1t37. Ret Revert Jrcmgl.

I ofiheir business in as good I stj le a:can be done alesitiate to the purposes intended, and that much Tallahayser.Jan. 4Y3 SUf: 'I' ofciours, fortress and Frock Coat:. Zibra HOLCK'S PAN4CFA.-We invite the attention of{ I have known Mr C Herstons to be the prejv

elsewhere. good may ac derived Iroin us simplicity and innocence TO THE ASTHMATIC & CONSUMPTIVK.UK Plaid and White Cambric Drills London ribbed:, the citizens: of Canon and the public generally tor Judkin's Ointment for several years durr;

] Paper ruled foi hills, letters Jc. it ,-ai" not do any harm.Due I I UK I most prevalent and fatal of nil Diseases I I I Satin he'd, Stripeil and Plain Checks andCaitoons to the advertisement in another column of this pa- residence in Marylandand the ointment ro*.

Particular attention pud to re-binding o'.d: book ,f -!ions_ aceo'iijianying' each Krtlc.compound : incident to civilized society-the Con ump/ioii j I White Lawn Linen, Satin f'cl'd'tlting' &c. per,under the abi.ve head. We have used the article by my him to have been in mush repute. It has be

Newspapers M.guinel. &c. Marshall's Syrup of -may generally .je traced to the least Alarming 0 :, for Pants a great variety of V'estmgs, Lm.-n ourst Jvt's ana can safely recommend it to the frequently used in my own family, while Jifin;

If Thesubucribers pledge themselves ihit all or- I J.i,'crwort. disorders, a .lightbul neglected cold. By estimation Shirts, Collars aid Bo->cms. A gencr',l assortment pubic: as an invaluable remedy fir most of the Maryland, and during my residence in this O
t ders shall be executed with neatness: and despatch.: : it ; r thAt one hundred tilt1 l fifty thousand per I of Hosiery, vc. -4'so' an exiensive: iissortment of diseases with which mankind are afI1ic'e". Having 'sitli success.

CUSllAfANkHAYWAKU.Tallahas For coughs (oldo asthmasspittingof blood1 all ; of the consumption., Most of these Itcady Made Clothing, for a turnhercfvears* been subject to the !- B WAUGR

.1 Oclo'>er 1:1: 183V, 10-if liver complaints' whooping cough, and all diseaseso I dreadful annu.dly may bo attrihuli'd to coininon cold, .imon which aie upwards of two hundred Bombazine cuBes or NIGMTMARE, to an alarming extern, the Methodist Book Room, Mulberry st.
the brea: alJ lung and treatmenof the I I '1 Inbet, Mtiino, Crape, Cam!.let, White Panacea was recommend to us by Dr. Houck
. liarrasMiig
STORAGESTORAGE! The res> i is medicine in discuses I negligent coughthat New York, May 20tli, 1835.
lorai\'eJ'\\ersofthi I and Brown Linen Dress and Frock Coat, Roundabouts1 himself: and we are happy 10 say we have been
ensues-hikhi i is followcJ
subscriber rcnled those have been the generally usually by To imposition, C Herstrns name,
having again large : of the Lungs attested by most : of madein prevent
Pants and relieved frm that aflliciion.
vest distressing
THE difficult brealhmc in the side, and at last Ulcerated every description entirely his hand will the enveO!
commodio'iswrchotisesknownas rituaswsrehousai respectable physician bolh of and this pain I o11 writing1, appear on }
Europe the most isluonaLU manner, which he i it disposed As a family! medicine we have no hesitation in
, will continue to receive Coiton and country. Il po-sesses sedative: expectorant and Lungs. \i.Ilnl and repeated A"thlitir attacks to sell reasonable for cash approved saying that we believe it is unsurpassed. Letters, post paid, directed le him, in FrtdeniCily
Goods on storage. Fr.m his experience in the business tonic prupertie' *, and hence abate livers l mitigate also: bring on Consumptive( Imltoms.[ Oneor I credit. J. J. BIRGE. Md. will be attended lo.

he flatters hirmelf that he can give eatisf.iclion coughs and{ almost ins-utntly removes slight and two dollars expended in tht Country merchants and others wishing to purchase ItEMEDY FOR RIlE UMA'I'LSM. For Sale wholesale and retail, by

I I to those who may extend to him their patron- recent colds, whilst it gives immediate relief to DU. UELKE'S. A TIMAT1 PILLS, will find it to their interest ta call at the excruciating pain-the decrepitude and STEWART Sf BARNARD, Drn-gwts

age. His warehouses art in good order, and perfectly those which: from neglect have assumed a more and a little attention ta administration abo'ro establishment.Tallahassee THE anti the premature old age which Tallahassee, Sept. 17lh, 1336 6-eow.ty'?.

*ecur from fre. a alsi from inundation by dangerous character, and seldom fails to cure the will usually i insure a initi nlioii i of thesedisorders April 29, 1837. 33tf arc the usual attendants .f the disorder are sufferedby -

high tides, to vrh< many place on the coast are most obstinate cases.It and usually Heel a cure. The Pilln -.---- many from despair of a cure er disappointment To those afflicted with Corns.

liable. WILLIAM J-BAILEY. will be found superior to any other medicine. also and effectual f. the: FOR SALK in the el r: cy of the numerous pretended antidotes celebrated Albion Corn Plaster affords j
.MagnAli'i.Oct.4. 1837. 9-4m fur the cure of shortnes of breath, hoarsenes, are :I easy remedy r JERry WAGON and a good to elFect ll is purpose. Hut those who have made a THE relief, and at the name lime dissolves 4

J4OT1U& whe.zin ". and nroinn.lv' ; remedial m snrrnpss' uf( symptoms! (w>ceding and nrconipanyinjj the I ALIGHT HORSE. Enquire flfMcRANEY fair trial of draws the Corn out by the roots,withoul the W

1 the breaZtand lungs.; In whooping;; cough its corrective Asthma and Consumption, 1 for colds, Cd-ijlis, & 11A WES. I Dr. JebVs Celebrated Liniment
indebted to the estate of pain.
ALL peisons efforts will be speedily d'scovered.Mnrsliall's difficulty tif breathing, lightness and tricluteacniss Nov. 13-tf with Cifl
\ 1. 1837. CERTincAT "To lho-.e afflicted
late of Leon county, deceased, am re- __ even in cases of longstanding, and of the most ?ever -
quested to make immediate payment; and' these have : Tonic Mixture. the chest, \II czilg, pain in the Silt, EAST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD CO. character have received certain relief, and to their feet. I do certify, that I have used lIwAjw

I !.*claims a(ninsl said estate are hereby notified to spiuin<; il'UInod Sc. Few cases can occur of many haY been cured in a few days, some in 24 Corn Plaster with complete succeoi. IJe'V?* {j
form the time For and Fever. of this class of disorders in which the is hereby given, th it a meetins of the used box it cured a Corn wuicft 1 -
: present them in proper within pie- Ague any purchase NOTICE hours! as a nun ber of persona in Boston and vicinity one co-nple'.ely

scribed by law, t.the uiuiei ncd, or they Mill be Piepared by C. Marshall, Phula. ind for sale 1) of Dr. Relfe's Pills twill not find : rich will 1 be rs held of the Hut the first Florida Rail of Road February who were formerly alllicted with Rheumatism troubled me for many years. I make this Pb

forever barred.JCARY. bTBWtitT KUARNAIIB, return for their trifling expenditure Company, on Monday have very fully test fied. Certificates are in the possession for the benefit of those afflicted with that pEJ
l' 3H, at half-past 3 o'clock, F. M. at No. I
CHRISTINA BRAIL, Adm'x.z.oy.t51 next door the Post Price-whole boxes SO half buses of the the complaint.
to Office. pills, $1; choose Proprietor, proving most thoroagb
; of Boston SIIAW'
Commercial Wharf, In the city to "
1137. l ..2tnNOTICK. Jan. 29,1S37 25 Gins 12 pills, 50 cents. directors for the ensuing year, agreeably lei the act and surprising cures b] means of this powerful LINIMENT Flushinj. L. I. Feb.23. WM.

For bale STEWART BARNARD. in cases where other approved applications PRICE. cents a box.
DR. HUNTER hy & of incorporation, and to transact any other business unless itM*
had failed. signed
Der. 17,1836. utterly CT None are genuine
indebted the of Arthur that 'nay legally come before it.IMVlD T. U
to estate the
persons side by proprietor
I late of Leon county,deceased, are requested DANIEL LAID DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES DEft immediate successor to the late Dr. W.>

to make immediate payment; and those B:Y the use of Dr. Hunter'. inetirnble Pills, just received, and. offers for bale chejp, President E F R It Co. The proprietor begs leave to recommend (whichhe Con WAT, _Per sale at his Counting Koom.evet*;
of either sex, if they carefully follow HAS Boston, Sept IS, 18 73. -16t Boston1by
claims .said notified ipcisont : Hall
estate are hereby Concert ,
baring aipuut cash only, at Magnolia, wholesale or retail does with the fullest confidence) one of the most 99. street near
to preent them authenticated within the time the very valuable plan,enabled and copious Directions, N E Itum, Fiench and Brandy, holland and I Itownnd's Tonic Mixture mid Anti- nIMble remedies knuwn. for this troublesome and also hi, speciaiappOmfltment. by (Nag

prescribed by law to the subscriber or they will be accim dicate pan.inl them are DISEASE effectually, and to rextore lo era Country Gin, Madeira, Malaga and Jl/u&cui Wines,, Costive Pills. painful complaint. Without going into detail he S1EWAItT 4. BARNARDDavs4i'

freTr barred. and Rope; Leaf,Lump and Brown Sugar;; of the deems it enough In say, he hag in his posiexaion
numerous to
lost with ease ,and in few aggin. consequence attempts
H. Js-ACON Admin'r. health safety a IN Feb. 1 21d 30 if eta
mind Lead Taltoha..ee. ,
1 MRTX. ; Powder, Shot ; Sperm Candle palm spurious imitations of Rowand's valuable the most undoubted testimonials that it has more

I. Nn Z4, a.f dnya.ID"The extensive sale and success ; Soap, Saroh: Bottled Cider, Lemon Syrup, Medicines on the public-he has determined to completely answered the purpose for which it if intended

:. -- NOTICE. of( this Medicine, in this rid other unexampled cities, and principal jllspice, Pepper, &c. confide the sales exclusively to agents in different than any nther'populid medicine NOTICE. of
of tile from whom alone the This remedy is perfectly innocent iu its application LL persons indebted to the estate
: be made towns throughout the Union 'for tho last fifteen part country, genuine A
after date will dime- ChattahoocW
week application be had and to all conditions, agesand aeies. Fall JOSEPH W. KING, of
SIX which it was STO AGE. article can to guard the more effectually -
during prepared
of the by .
of the year satisfactorily tw
I e Ceur county tion of the complaint, Ac accompanyeach to make immediate to
the impositions, of unauthorised vend. description requested payment
J of Leon, (or lette of administration on the estate Dr. Comway, incontes'ibly prove, when used Is prepared to receive on stoi age, for shipment against which consist of two boxes. Ointment scriber and thosse having claims against toe
with the INJECTION POWDERS, it effects produce also to receive, store ; ers; he has instructed his agents in Boston, New packet, ; *
of the late Peter Peterson. a Cotonal.any ; ant for the whole, S .50 them authenncatea,
Price will
nnd : duly
... ALVIN GREEN. thorough and speedy core of that dreadful disorder, forward and lcrchandizp. He solicits i i York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, to make noV I Electuary. $1 is wanted. estate present Will (.re'1
if baton of the articles the time by law or they
of the Human tales It ,nerchantza'ulolher$ of of the Medicine cents prescribed
Dec 9 1817. 18- denominated the Scourge Race. share of public pationage. a customer] any gOB1NS0
5 Tile PI LLS are accompanied, when the(ale heretofore in the place. to be carried! Soutk for sale.aIa 1&.. Large quantities ar Sale by- STEWART* BAflNARD. barred. JONJ.Xev. 15--

p NOTICE. requires it, with the INJECTION POWDERS October 7, 183". __ 9-6t of a pernicious article in imitation of the genuine DUMFRIES EYE WATER 18, 1837.
and CERATE; these constitute a most powerful Mixture have been manufactured by Lucius S Comstock -
.1 ALL persons indebted t the estate dec'd ol Francis I. medicine, applicable to the various stages of this NOTICE. & Co. of New York, and tent to tke South for For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate eaa and $16O He-ward-
late of Loon
te make, immediate county, and thos, ire:having re.. Preteen di.rda. Foi!and plain directions, with a persons indebted to the cstate..ct Drury 'sal:. The name Rowland instead of Rowand, is : relief. On recent sore eyes, the effect is most sal- or stolen on the Sdof Sep.?
quested .
payment; AI.L the has been of
I \ claims said estate are hereby notified tc I popular treatile explaining the vgri$>U< mploms, late of Leon county deceased, are on tile bottles of the imitation. The genuine article ul rYe Where in complaint bad cases.th0 years R.jNAfTAY the employ of J D Moort,
and most
preMDt agains form, within the time pre.I'A .. and the mod of ireatment, accompany each box requested to make immediate payment; and those may be had of the 'following persons, wiioare; standing, and desirable some exceeding relief has been found in Columbus, three of my negro men, :VIKal
r"'pr so that .f eltb claims against said estate are hereby notified meanly Jigrntsin\\i\s\ \ part of Florida and Georgia. unexpected about 5 feet 9 mnChC
cribed by law, t undersigned, or they will b : persons r.e Iacure.tlelvu. having oal 28 years of age,
of ihit alter other remedyhad
Corever < (Price of the Pills f 1 a box ; to present them in proper form within the time nreribed E. Bainard jr. &co. General Agenl: Tallahassee the use Ave water. every has down look when spoken to, with a

kired.CURLES BECKSTEIN, Adm'r. der and Cerate 50 cents each.) .'' by l&wlo the undersigned, or they will be William Kerr fit Co., Thomasville failed Man persons who hays.used i it, pro beard a also his brother William, abOUt 2

14 Xm Prepared fiom the original Recipe in MS. forever barred. James C. Ecclcs, Quincy, nounce it the best'prcpi ra.1ion for these complaints 5; feet 7 or 8 inches high, of good *pP' '
Noy.1I'1 I GREEN H. S & ( St. Marks. they have ever met with, especially in cases of soreness age, b1
1 t,f late Dr.; W. T. ConwAy, by his immediate CHAIRED wa lr. Lloyd, 25 both of yellow complexion; also Henry,
NOTIC. Sarcessor, and the Sole Proprietor, T. KIDDER TOM PETER C//AIRES, Thomas Alexander, lIic stow n, or inflammation. 'of long standing. ofage.aboul 5 feet 8 inches higbb1a.)
l. IX *'eeka after apply to tbe Hon. of whom they may be had at his Counting NOT. II, 137. 14 2m Executors Darius Williams &Co., Monticello, cents a boul unless the outside. stout years built. The boy Adam can write a

t Jud'eofthe CauntjrCtuHof Jffler n county I Room, in Chambers eyer No. 9 next door to J.KIDDER. J. D. Carpenler, Miekasooky. Nine are genuine signed on KIDDER hand. The said negroes are recently from gland

; for letters adminilraton' on the Estate (only in .'$ Drug Store, Coar aud Hanover U. S.. BANK HILLS The label of E. Barnard jr. If Co. will b. on all printed wrapper, by. the sole the propiietor lata Dr., T.\V. 1Conwaj. and I was under the impression that

,; ibis county o T'M'lelln. late. ofsaIdcotntydeceued Street near Concert Hall, and also And Check on Philadelphia o Baltimore the bottles sold by the'abd'fe agents. immediate successor to would endeavour te return; but oreamrtMw

.by his appointment, (together with all those other desirous of mating remittances Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837. 48tf his Room over No 91Coon lately transpired to induce the belief that IhitY

HENRY Y. M'CLELLJN. valuable Medicines, .prepared by the late Dr. PERSONS or in:want of U S Bank Bills,"t For'tale at Concert Counting Hall Boston,and also by stolen. I will par 1150 for the thief and D

# MooDt Vernon, Flo* Dec. 1 1837. 1 Co WAT,) by the amount of five or six thousand dollar, car b JUST received per Somerset, 100 baakeu Seed his traet,near b1 or |S5 for each of the negroes
100 bbls.Irish Potatoes; 50 bales Hay: 'reo appointment woOL.V0"'L'
) in such sums a they mu) reui ST W ART & BARNARD. JOIm
*catp DavIT. : aemmat I Feuala by R. BERRY. .
PRNTINQ.otlp'i Apply at this '
premium. offce. TiflaLu. ., IlaM 11. I. ,1tJto
Jl_ I' T.JU; I. Kr. tl, lift. 1.It U.3t t

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