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: March 31, 1838
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).
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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THE: FLORIDIAN Charles. Sibley,

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mid irno.ii in;idrancc. ltpOffenya:: ) paofia**,& services as Attorney
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will be continued until furl td, .ii
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I I v Legislative 01 procl'cclings-Coucludcd. FIVE O'CLOCK, P. M. grant the same, especially when the Same has not been reque. And the nominations therein eooUiBed were consented tc%

i l .cd by the Territory of Florida, or even that portion in question. and advised.Co .
The House met pursuant to adjournment.Mr. And whilst your committee i is disposed not to urge any right ). Fitzpatrick took the Chair, and Mr. Gautier offered
f, have also approved and signed resolution, concerning the Gautier offered a resolution recommending Robert Myw I they may possess, to that portion of the States of Alabana the following resolution. /
Marion St.
lirs of the sea wall and Fort at Augustine. ers of Franklin County, for the appointment of Lieutenant o: : Mississippi and Louisiana, alluded to in Mr. Gibson's resolution Resolved unanimously, that the thanks of this LegislativeCouncil
the oi B.
resolution! increasing the Governor.R. compensation. Robert Copeland UraJoom.Vhich was unanimously adopted. they respectfully urge that the same courtesy should be tendered to the Hon. Thomas Brown President
I private secretary to Mr. with leave offered certain resolutions thereof for the and which he has,
K. CALL. Governor of Florida. Douglas, respecting be extended by the neighboring States to this Territory, especially dignified impartial manner
the buoys in the harbor of St. Augustine, and the improve- when their request, for a portion of our Territory, is urged discharged the duties of the Chair during the present session
read and the table.
Which was on mint of said harbor.-Which were twice read and adopted.On I upon no ground of right, existing in the Slates, or of possible Which was read and unanimously adopted.
of :Mr. Dozicr the I
motion House
And on proceeded to recon motion of Mr. Mills the House resumed the consideration The Presidenton the Chair follows.-.
benefit to rigs Territory, but upon the mere ground that such respming replied as
,ider the bill entitled An act to lease for one year a portion! of the bill entitled, An act to provide for the defence 01 dismemberment will be of advantage to the States seeking it Before we finally separate, permit me, gentlemen, to make to

of the University Lands, rejected in and by said Message, and the frontier of Florida; which was read) the third time and put i without enquiry as to the effect it may have upon those sought you all, and to you individually, my most sincere acknowledgements

the Ayes and NaJ.son the question of its passage against: the on its passage. The Ayes and Nays being called for were, to be tran...terred. for the kindness and courtesy, I havereceived from }oo, ;
veto of the Governor were as follows: Ayes Messrs. I I'' annerman, : Ayes, Messrs. Bell, Brown Douglas, Fitzpatrick, Gautier, Your committee therefore recommend that the following resolutions whilst in the discharge of the duties of this Cir t unaccustomed '

Riackbtirn, Hrockenbronfih, Brown, Croskcy, Dozier, Gau- Kenan, Levy and l\Iil1s--. be adopted: as I have been to parliamentary forms, it has not been, it could !

tier, Gibson, Hart, Hippinbotham, LeLon. and Shaw, 13Nays N1"sIr; : : President, Messrs.Bannerman: Blackburn, BlounBrockcnbrough 1st.: Resolved, That the Legislative Council consider the not be, to me, an enviable station My great aim has been to. "
M- President Messrs.\ Bell! Drake Johnston
Fitzpatrick, -
Croskcy, Dozier, Drake, Gibson, Hart, Hieginbotham application of Alabama to the Congress; of the United States preside with impartiality, and therefore to receive your approval -
Kenan Mills and 8. I
1. Vaughan: Johnston, Long, Shaw, Vaughan, and Wyatt-16. to dismember this Territory as extremely unreasonable, and of my conduct, is most flattering \() my feelings, I am wen I.l
The Message received from his tinGoermr.
following was Excellency
And so said bill was lo
EXFCUTJVE OFFICE ) Mr.! Fitzpatrick moved that a committee: be appointed to wait not fatal to the (future prosperity of this Territory.2d. perform those duties, is mainly attributable to the prompt support
on the Governor and inform him the Council are ready to adjourn 1. Resolved, That our Delegate in Congress and all other I have received from you.
Tallahassee 1 nth Fcbunit 1838.: I I
Tn the Legislative Council: if he his; no further communication to make to them; mciftUcrs of that body, friendly to the prosperity of Florida, be I wish you, Gentlemen, a speedy and safe return to your constituents 7

TLC\ICX.-I hereby nominate George H. Laing a Jus- which motion wa lost. I| requested to use every exertion to prevent the success ot the ef- I I and to the bosom of your families, and long may yo a .

tice of the Peace, for the County Gadsden, and James Rii :a On motion of Mr. Bhunt, the House took up the bill enti- i j forts of the State of Alabama, to dismember this: Territory. enjoy every comfort and blessing this world can afford.

a Justice of the Peace for the County. ff t. Johns. tled, An act to exempt certain inhabitants! of this Territory I l 3d. Resolved, That the Governor be requested to forward a The House then adjourned sine die.

R. K. CALL, from taxation, returned rejected by the Governor, and his message -,.' copy of these resolutions to the President of the United States, ___ I
Governor of Florida. rejecting I the same, was read, and the motion of Mr. Brock the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the President o f

And on motion of Mr.: Johnston, the nominations therein enhrongh that the (House reconsider the vote heretofore( gIven the Senate, and our Delegate in Congress; and also to the Governor From the Cumberland Presbyterian.

contained were advised and consented to by the Council. on its p.ag-The Ayes and Nays being called! for, wer of Alabama with a request that he lay the same before ONTo THE MARRIED STATE.
as follows;. : Ayc, Mr. President, Messrs Binnerman, Bell), the Legislature of that State.
The following .Message was received from his Excellent Mra1--. Knowing that you nre j-fiortly' to cntet"a jia .. ;
the Governor. Blackburn, Blount, Brown, Croskey, Douglass, Dozier. Drake !; Your committee beg leave further to refer to the treaty bj don, enclosed, and that you are, ut present, a ftnn er to thitf gard'! .. : I
EXECUTIVE: OFFICE, > Fitzpatrick, Gautier, Gibson, Hart, Higginbotham, Johnston, which this Territory. was ceded to the United States, and bj permit nn old friend to give you some account of it. I have traveled .. t

Tallahassee 10th Febuary, 1838. > Levy, Lung,1VJatt-19. 'I' which the faith of the United States is pledged to admit this: every part and every path ; know every production of every kind it
To the legislative Council: 1\I J s, Messrs. Brockcnbrougli, Fitzpatrick Kenan Mill, Territory into the Union, as soon as the same is admissihle by can possibly yield ; and, as my imformaiion can do you no harm, i i\

Gentlemen.I hereby nominate Henry D. Stone, and I Hudson Shaw--5. So the House agreed to reconsider the hill and the the principles of the Federal Constitution, by which your com may do you some pood.
Justices of the Peace for the County of Calhoun. question being put on its passage against the veto of the Governor r mince understand\ the faith of the Government, to be pledged to You know there i is but one way of enhance. I need hardly tclt

K." K. CALL, were as follows: A'\'esIl'csrs.. Bannerman, Blackburn, ,, admit this Territory, as it then stood, without dismemberment, you that it is extremely pay and Jlith'rinolrewed with flower of- I
GOof Florida. Blount, Urockenbrough, ('rokev, Douglas, Dozier, Gibson, incorporated every hun and every fragrance, with nil that art or imagination can

Whereupon on motion of Mr. Gautier the nominations therein Hart, Him! illhotlJ:1m: Le\y and V\IJgwn-12.! I by piece the tates of invent. You may vanity hope that ibis scene .rapture will never
alt,- will the end of the when
not see path it. To"ome
r as enter
made were advised and consented to by the Council.A Nays Mr. Preidentlp5.r: ::. Bell, Brown, Drake, Fitz 1)a- ,' of what advantage: the clause alluded to, is to the Territory, 01 it you a short one-and to it you different
bill entitled An art concerning wreckers and wrecked good trirk, Gautier, Johnston, Kenan, Long, Mills, Shaw :!lId 1 ; by what p'ie&of logic, the faith of the United States can b e iii I the retrospect.piovrs you may appear very

in the Eastern District of Florida, was read again and ordered d \\ \'all-12. So said bill ++ as lo-t. I dismemberment Jlerr, my dear :ill, let me caution you not lo dream of perfect or
On motion of: Ir. Fitzpatrick, the House:: proceeded to reconsider I the minority
to be engrossed.An I ; ( report perpetual hlis* ; if you do, experience will bh engrossed bill entitled An act to suppress the i issuing! and the bill entitled, An act to dissolve the bands of m. tllmo- I and the resolutions therewith presented were adopted by tin .'xi"tcd on earth, save in visions: or visionary heads

circulating change bills, and for other purposes, was taken tip, ny bet' cell James Tratham ana:) Ann his wife; returned reject (House, and I the Ayes and Nays being demanded were as follow You will meet with many production in this garden, which are. .
read a t lird time, ;md on motion of of Mr. Blackburn the Aye cd by l the Governor, and on i the quc! >tion of its passage Clgainstthe tI Ayes :\1 r. President, :Messrs. Bannerman, Blackburn, Hrown. harming to the eyo and pleasant to the ta'le.! but they are not all;

and Xays were taken on its passage, and are as (follows! : AeMessrs. sc veto of the Governor, the vote being taken by Ayes and I Dozier' Fitzpatrick, Gautier, Gibson, ]Hart, Johnston, Kenan, so. Let me just remark, that rou are carrying into this garden one. t
!, Bannerman, Hell, Blaclbnrnl3rockenbronch' Brown, Nays, was as follows, \'il'c Messrs. Bell) 131-runt, Brock 'I hills Shaw, Wyatt, 14. i Nays :\Ies rs. I'.rockenbruUKh: Cros of the mat delicious and delicate plants in nature I mean good I
enbrough, Brown, Cro-kcv=, Douglas Dozier, Drake Hart Drake) IIi and 7. humor. Don't drop it, or lose it, as many have dune noon after
Douglas, Dozier, Gibson, Hart, Hifzgjnbotham: Kenan Levy, / I key, Douglas ginuothalJJ, Levy Long;
Higginbotham, Levy, Mills: W att-13. On motion \1 Blount excused frcm and had they entered, who sddom, if ever, found it again., It is a treasure
Long, hills, Shaw, Vaughan, and Wyatt, Nays. Ir. President, / J I r. was voting, wl i it h make .
nothing can to
Me,srs. Blount, Croskcy! Drake, Fitzpatrick, Gautier and Nays: Mr. President.: e"r Bannerman, Blackburn, FitIpatric'k leave to enter his dissent and protest on journals against the get tithe end up of The you.Wht'n first walk, which lasts about ihir-
Johnston! 7. I Gautier, Gibson, Johnston, Kenan, Long, Shaw and< : report and resolutions of both the majority and minority of the< you
commonly railed honey-moon-path will the .
ty steps you see
On motion of Mr. Wyatt, a committee of three were appointed Vaughan\ -11. :-'o said! : (bill was lost. committee before the House.Mr. ] open in a vast variety of views-and here I must! caution you.
to wait on the Governor and inform him the Council had got On motion of Mr.I Mills 1 the I House proceeded to reconsider Dozier from the committee on enrolled bills: reported a s against some productions which are nauseous and noxious, and

through the business and would adjourn unless he had some the bill entitled An act to divorce George Fleming and MarsII. I correctly enrolled, even fatal in their tendency to the unwary and ignorant.

further! communication to make, when Meurs. Blount, Fitzpatrick Fleming, returned rejected: by the Governor and on the A Preamble and Resolution requesting the President of tin There is a low,small plant, which may be sees in almost every"
and Gautier, were appointed. question of its passage against the veto of the Governor, tin I United States to appoint Robert J/\, "ers of the Franklin volunleers path, called iiidifierence,though not perceived at the entrance. You k

Mr. Dozier from the committee on Enrolled Bills, reporter 1 vote: being taken by Ayes and Nays, were as follows: Ayes, a I Lieutenant of Dragoons.: will always know when near this plant, though you do not see it. i
a* correctly: enrolled, Messrs.: Banncrman, Bell, Mount] Brockcnbrongh, Brown, A Preamble and Resolution requesting an appropriation for by a certain coldness in the air which surround it. Contrary to, t
An art to amend an act to incorporate the Southern College Croskey, Douglas\ Dozier, Drake, Hal, Ilip inbotham, Levy, I the e.-tablishmcnt of buoys and improvement of the Harbour o f. all o'hers, it thrives in cold an.l I dies in warmth. \Theneyer you t.
at St. Augustine, approved Feb. J 11. 1837. Mills a.d.: Wyatt-14.Nays I St. A u mtine. perceive this, change your situation as soon as you can.
Mr.:Prto.idcntlcSosrs.: Blackburn Can In the same path in often found that ugly, yHlow flower, cawed:
His Exccllcny Governor transmitted to the House tin( Fitzpatrick, An art for the relief of J. J. Sands.!
following communica Jon. tier, Gibson, Johnston, Kenan, Long, >haw and Vaubhan-IO. I An act to amend an act incorporating the East and South i Jealousy, which 1 wish you never to look al. Turn from it as fast
So said bill was lost. Florida Canal a* possible-for it has the Grange quality of tingeing the eye that ,,
h.ldit with stain which it seldom rid of"
Tallahassee 9th Febuary 1838. A bill entitled\ an act for the relief of Fenjamin G. Thornloi I A Preamble and (Resolution requesting a grant of a Town gets
) A*you ;;o in, you will meet "ith many little crooked paths-bu>
To the Legislative Council: "was read a second time and crdered to be engrossed for a thin ship of Land from Congress to the Tructeesaf; the Dade AsylumAn do nptTO; into ihem. I advice you, as a friend, never to attempt

GE TLE\IEX.-IIJa\"e, disapproved, and herewith return the reading. act to incorporate the City of Key \r e t. ii; for though at tho entrance of each, w w.itteii in large letter I *, .
bill entitled, an act to exempt certain inhabitants of this: Terrlory ,- The bill entitled an act for the relief of J. J. Sands was tea An act to incorporate the Pcnsacola City Company.A .'In the right," when you get in, in cine cane out of ten, you will!
from taxation.So a third time and passed.! Preamble and Resolution concerning i the correspondencebetween find the true name to he Prrversene**, and that you aro ip the

far as the provisions of this bill arc intended for the relief The nominations heretofore made by the Governor were taken the Governor of Territory and the Secretary of War. wror.tf, and will not acknowledge it. This often occasions: end-.
of the poor, who have been driven from their homes, and have from the table, read, and the Council advised and consented The following, Message was received from the Governor : less disputes here-is a source of perpetual difference, aqd ioirjer

sustained loss by the events of the war; they receive my cntin thereto. To tlte Legislative Council: ., time::! of a final separation in the garden.
The bill entitled An act to raise for the Territon Near thin spot you will meet with a sturdy, knotty plant, called,
approbation. ]But I consider its general provisions entirely too a revenue GF.STLI;StF.N.-i: have approved and ordered to be deposited -
extensive, and that it would) exempt many from taxation, who of Florida, was again read and laid on the table. in the Office of the Secretary of the Territory the following Obstinacy, bearing a hard, bitter fruit, which becomes fatal when
taken in large quantities. Turn from it-avoid it would
The bill entitled An the Florida Hail as you
are now no less able to contribute to the support of the Government net to incorporate {: resolutions. the
than they would have been, had they remained at their Road and Canal Company was read a second time, and ordered A resolution requesting our Delegate in Congress to endeavor Jut plague. ,
opposite fo this that
lowly, shrub
lovely \
former places ref residence. If the bill can be so amended a*c to be engrossed for a third reading. to procure an appropriation to deepen thc bar of Pensacola.A which grows the
; ihouj-h; not pleasant to palate,is salutary and sweet
to embrace those persons only, who could not bear the burthen The bill entitled An act to incorate the St. Marys Rail Road re>olulion, requesting our Delegate in Congress to endeavor : and produces the most delicions fruit in the garden. Never be t 1

of taxation without inconvenience and distress to their families; Company was again read and laid on the table. to procure a donation from the Government of land, to aid 1 without a sprig or it in your hand-it will often be wanted ns you :,
it will receive the ready approval of the Executive. But wink The hill entitled An act to amend the charter of the UnioiBank the Alabama, Georgia, and Florida Rail Road Company, to go along; if yea do not. you will surely repent the want of it.

we have a large number of persons who have been len destitute : of Florida was indefinitely postponed.; I complete said Road. All over the garden you may find a useful plant, called Economy..
by the casualties of the war, and who must depend in some decree I The bill entitled An act to amend an act entitled an act t o A resolution providing for Delegates to thp Southern Convention [It is of a thriving quality, take a good stock of it as you go in. It
on the Territorial Treasury for support, 1 deem it inexpedient I incorporate the Southern Collpce at St. Augustine approved to beheld nt Augusta in April next. adorns and enriches at :h., same lime Many entirely overlook ifv
; to exempt any: of those from taxation, who arc able t tc Feb. 11 1837, was read a third time and passed. A resolution concerning the republication of the Laws of the !some despise it, and others think they"want if, It ii: generally forgotten -.

contribute to the public revenue, and the relief of those more i. The bill entitled] An act to amend an art incorporating the Territory.A ; in the hurry and gaiety with which people enter this place
I !jut the total want of it is
: commonly paid for with bitter
tmforiun ue than themselves. I would i East and South Florida Canal Company taken read in to endea repentance.
was resolution
. most: cheerfully exempt up, a I requesting our Delegate Congress I must tell you, unless both partake of it. it will answer little aid in.filhcr. .
. from taxation all\ those who have been driven frum their homes,, I third time, amended and passed.: I vor to procure an appropriation often thousand dollars to open I You may, ifyou please, cairy some with you into the '
and who ha\'e.been unable to employ their slaves or themselves!, The report and resolutions of a minority of the Select Committee -, a Road from Tallahassee, to the Apalachicola River near lola. ,\\n; but, it t9 n hundred to one. if you do not lose it in going gar-in i ; I
profitably, owing ot the casualties of the war. But where thc. to whom was referred the resolution of the Legislature of I A resolution requiring the Treasurer of the Territory to set This i is more useful than what yon will find there-for it is of an-

r have valuable employment, the Executive docs not perceive the the state of Alabama, concerning the annexation of West Florida tic certain amounts of the Secretary of the Territory for oilier sort. Provide yourself and! partner with a proper quantity oft ,'
; justice of exempting them from taxation to that State, wns next taken for consideration whereupon .
up news paper subscriptions. as soon as you can, when in the place.
R. K. CALL, Governor of Florida. Mr. Brockenbrough, in behalf of the majority of slid I I have rejected and herewith retain the bill) entitled An act You observe, as you pass, two or three path*, which run much m"
Also the following: EXECUTIVE OFFICE 7 committee made the follow ing report and resolutions which was to lease for f one year a portion of University! Lands. This act ..10 one anoth.r-I I'anlhosc of Regularity, Exactness and Neat r j

Tall.ahasscc. February 11 1838. { read.On grants to the lessee, the use and enjoyment of a section of land, ness. Do n"t think, as many do, that when once you are in, you
To the Legislative Council : motion of Mr. Hart, the House proceeded to reconsiderthe without consideration of any kind. Nordoes it appear from the may be careless flf your person and dre.: s. Remember, .your com,

"TLEtEx.-l= I hereby nominate the following officers for bill entitled, .\n act to divorce John M. Stafford, and provisions of the act, tl/.at the lessee i is required to do or perform panion will sue some that are not so-..this indiiRrenr. will strike '- .

,,. the County of( Franklin. Elizar Wood, Ludlum S. Uhiitcndcn sannah\ Suiflord, returned rejected by the Governor, and on the any thing: by which an advantage would accrue to the his eye, if not offend it. Enlcr those paih almost as !soon a:* you .,,"-,
Dennison B. Wood, Auctioneers. Nathan Baker, and Beni'': question of its passage against the veto of the Governor, the Territory, or the School fund, for these reasons the bill is rejected. enter ihe garden of thorn; and tike my word for it. ifyou do you w ill ncvii -

Ellison, Port Wardens for the port of Apalachicola. vote being taken by Ayes and Nays, was as follows: Ayes, R. K. CALL] Governor of Florida. Which was read. of pet it ir i ,out that if ;do once not fairly find them in, yo-i ire in for will hfo and the- TTOJSI
John Gorrie, B. S. Rapes and Wm. McBride, Notaries Pub- Messrs. Bell, Hlotinl, Brockenbrough: Brown, Croskey, Dong- To the Legislative Council: afterward. you you nerrr find them-

t He. Nathaniel Baker, George F. Baltxell, Dennison oorlj ,' las, Dozier, Drake, Hart, Higginbothan: Levy, Mils, and Wyait Gentlemen.I hereby nominate the following Officers for Neartliia walk, is found thai invaluable-! slung, Humility. Thlj
j Justice: of the Peace in and lor the said -13. Mr. President Messrs. Bannerman ,
county. Nays, hlack- the County of Columbia. though of no worth in itself, yet joined to other good qualities is
p f R. K. CALL, Gov. of Florida. burn, Fitzpatrick, Gander, Gibson, Johnston, Kenan, Long, James Livingston, James Brooks, Elish Green, WilliamWilliams worth them all put tog>ther. It M never seen without bein; admired +
I: EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ) Shaw and Vaughan-11. And so said bill was lost. ;, Knoch: E. lIigellloses! Edwards, C. H. B. Col ; and is most amiable when not "i>>ible. They say, "vinue is
Tallahassee 11th Febuary, 1838. S Mr. Dozier from the committee on enrolled bills reported the (lins, Justices of the Peace. George McClellan Auctioneer.R. its oun ward"-lam certain pride is its own punishment. Flee"roni '

To the Lrgitlvtivc Council: following as correctly enrolled. K. CALL, Gov.of Florida, i it as from n contagion, which it strongly resemble It in"-
GE 'fLEMEN.-I hereby nominate Leslie A. Thompson, The resolutions concerning the compilation of all the stnof tWhich was read, and the nominations therein contained consented (feels and corrupts. Cultivate, with all Your( [ care, the faumbfe, pbnl
. ., Auditor of Public Accounts', and Thomas Austin, Treasurer utes of this Territory and acts of Congress relative thereto. lo and advised. now mentioned, as the best antidote t against this poisanou weed,
the Territory of Florida. K. K. CALL Gov. of Florida.. A resolution requiring the Treasurer to pit)' the account of, To Legislative Council: Allow me here lo drop a hint on the subject of cultivation, as that

EXECUTIVE OFD ICE, ) John P. Duval for news papers furnished the Council at its pre Gentlemen. have approved and deposited in the Office most probably will te your employment. Should l you be entrusted
\ sent session.A with the rearing of a flower, remember two things: first, that ithut U
, Tallahassee, Febuary,10, 18aS. ) of the :Secretary; of the Territory the following acts. n flower, however fair-frail in its nature, und fading at
To the Legislative Council Preamble and Resolution requesting an appropriation often An for the relief of J. J. Sands. every ;
: act
: blast ; and, secondly, that it is n flower in trust, for tho cuhi.atiol\ V '
GENTLEMEN hereby nominate the following officers for thousand dollars for the opening and construction of a Roaduom An act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the or which you are accountable to the owner of the garden.

the county of Leon. Leslie A. Thompson, Judge of the the City Tallahassee, to the Apalachicola River near Southern College of St. Augustine approved Feb. lllh, 183 7. Should lou be: witness to a 1 last on i its dawning beauties obi
! County Court. the terminus<< of the St. Joseph and lola Rail Road. An act to incorporate the City of Key West. bow your fluttering heart will bleed with tenderness. Let afTecliotimpnlhise. t

Samuel H. Duval, R. J. Hackley, T. R. Betton, J. L. Vick- The resolution heretofore offered by lies ,Hart requesting a An act to incorporate the Pensecola City Company.A >>' Your feelings may be conceived, but they cannot be
: en, Henry' radford L. Hart, John Havis, Wm, G. Ponder, pension for Mrs. Jane Johns, was read and adopted resolution requesting our Delegate in Con press to endeavorto described The ya\lng shoot will naturally! and insensibly twine
r William HilHard, Nathaniel Hamlin, John bIer, Justice of The select committee to which was referred certain joint resolutions procure a grant of a Township of Land fur the Dade Institute around the fibres of your 'frame. Should it live and thrive, spare

: the P ace. Ben j. Byrd, Auctioneer. John J. Rolls and Wm of the Legislature of Alabama, concerning the dis- A resolution recommending Robert Myers of Franklin County no paina to leach the Wftyoung oraductioo how to rile, Weed it, va.
I C. Campbell, Notaries Public. Robt. S. Loyd, Win C. tnemberment of the Territory, and the message(Jfthe Governor for appointment of Lieut. of Dragoons. er it, prune it-it need them al|! Without this, niaoy.tveed.*

t Campbell and Peter Swaim, Port Wardens for the Port of .St. thereupon, and n certain resolution offered by Mr Gibson, i instructing A resolution in relation to the buoys,on the bar of St. Augustine. will Remember grow up and this poison i U a trust the fur cry whi'011<|h QQ which it grows .l;i'tf< 1
?larks. :? Yftu are a accountable Him
H. K. CALL, Governor of Florida. this committee to enquire by what authority the States. R. K CALL, Gov. of Florida.To who That you maybe blest will the t
sweeten productions
I ExECUTivt OFFICE of Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, hold that portion of the Legislative Council;, ; ( _ih
1 'I garden ',t they may be jhe, delight of alas oii'lha&! :' rci
. Tallahassee 11 th Feb. 338. .s Florida, lying south pf the 31st degree of north latitude, and Gentlemen. have approved and ordered to be deposited rod they whey the summer> of. .is.l life u ov.r,may bo tttninlanteiio

To the legislative Council: between the Mississippi river, Lake Ponchartran, and the Per- in the Office oflhe Secretary of the Territory, the following acts. tome 13appirigii!, and flourish jo, iojoaortal vi orr in perfect add ,

.. Gmt1emen.I !do hereb y nominate Wilhaat Gorman Ju dido river; beg leave respectfully to report: That they have An act to amend an act incorporating the hard and f onti) ermanenLfelicity.'js the sincere wish of your aA etiigmtkfrierid.

tact of the Peace, in and for the County of Jefferson. a shad the same: under consideration, and that they concur, generally Florida Canal Cpmpany A rmupQ.TO PKKALK MJERIT.

R. K. CALL, Governor of Flo ida. with the Governor irj hjs y'uews upon! t the subject and think An act to suppress the issuing .or .circulating change. bills, .

Which were laid the with him, that sucb dismemberment: would} be attended with and for other purposes. HIGH HAHJ&D. ROBBERY.
on table the most fatal consequences, to the present and! future prospects R. K. CALL Gov of Florida.To A' Wit t e 'ng'of
ion "t
ridO lQo of 1fr. 1lil1s, a bbl J to be entitled, An act fo pro of Florida" the Legislative Council: vas'rob gmll1ld" ."i ..1... .:1
the 1p -fto.
.fig r.the ordtrs defense pf. of the the da! frontier o f Fonda, was pJaced first, I They fnrthcr report, that they,cannot perqeiye apy re3.lOo"or, Gentlemen.I hereby nominate William Budd, a .Justice. of WH': :..-,.r"t"" 1If';.L.:.. : ; -J.If1., ."- ..'J. '..ar,
.Tt: lJousethen y. right which,the.5tate of Alabama can set up to authorise. them the Peace for the County of Je 'eron. strti e= ':Tt. m1I

adjourned until B o'clock, P. M. to ask for such dismemberment, or to authorise Congress to V IL K. CALL, GOT. Florida.. the eve IDJlt: a = of fib aid ..tt ;1IIIIo


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' From the Clat)lesion Courier.AdJitst Mobile ao4 Charleston than infitiy ") the operation of feelings on such occasions. Almost alone,
SQ\OaDna fay we not con(dntty anticipate, therefore our own citizens by equal THE
ofikt ANgusta Convention to'the I I orlllr city; and manufactures. inn that the plntor are deeply in* our law, for that, in their condition, wouldbe with a few scattered hamlet around, (Col. FLORIDI

I'' People tftht Souther* ami Sotttit fl c-- a.s ceitninly, be aotd on better terms for teiesicdin the n"s.lt of the great 1 commercial merely nominal protection ; but we owe :Mural 1 and myself,) we ',witness ourselves TALLAHASSEj-

I ern Stales. Snuth"r consumption in the than at reform we arc attempting effect and them in'iheir individual and collective Cs insulted; our neighbors driven from their -SATURDAY. -
The .uuth t MARCH
/ continued pressure on our
l/t able us the ubiHly of pnhlishinjr, entire, this charges and ri I and eloquent' aj>|)enl for the tion and revival of Snuthrin through New thing too plain once a to to secure protection, other ability, as private citizens, than to filled with troops, Col. Snodgrass' n
Cnmtncicc.All .- fur it i is it is aid that for pl'ice.thcm the operation of statelawAwjth co
: argument- dcmlntrated-nay may required the accomplishment beyond and houses and 111-
stand protect mand of
to our arms Alabamians
1 I tint we -can do i is to slate il substance, \ passed
\ I $c1-evidcrt Eighty millions of Cotto.i arid t ofso glorious an .intern'rite?" the fullest conviction therefore, We through
I und commend its views to tle: consideration stnples are to he exrhnngcd for English Thc advantages of this salutary of the policy, but of the justice diid those who seek our protection. can their way home, having been dischar
of the libci ul', the enlightened: and tbu o'ie "o1t.cnl nOl'orly do no more; we do our duty in performingso We learn that out ofI200
pal- Frrfch, nnd other European mcrchandixcthe r n will b ilmen e. By of ibe measure, lam in favor, 'II| men, the "bote.
liotic' tho aid of rail nnd I have much; in maintaining our positions, command have lost during four
more direct the exchange the better {for roads, now in progress, opening their entire emigration ; supported rnOl1t
7'ne address opens ttilli a just tiibiite to both parlies-and what the proper loci of a direct communication; bets\eon the South ih-it pulley under four successive ndminisrations. which, in the present slate of the contest, but three by sickness. Part of the for

the JiberjJ and iiM -
::4. was concei\rd the t.n itT co'npiouiiso, which tho South.' Mississippi, it will establish "an indissolublebond 'the principle entil thc while population are mortified that we can do no more, or that garrisons, and t the residue near the

. has already lelicvcj Southcru commerce Cotton, too, i is not only vuliruble.} as an article I I of Union between communities whose in contact with, or intermingled among them I such has been and continues lobe the disposition army in the lower part of the pcninsnr'n'

: from the burdens impo e-d <>n it l hy purti.il of consumption, but it i is intif a medium interests are closely interwoven, and willgi\e iI The Mate of things at which I consider their for the defence of this frontier, We conversed with !

legislation and \\Inch,if l'11 ijd out in thspuil evchangr, and performs the function :I a tenfold activity to a commerce whirl even removal imperative; actually existed when that we can only stand by our arms, and belonging to the many force intclllge
I i of which it was Inirn, <4e annot fail to I of the Alleghany heigh's have not been able altogether the tribes inhabiting Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, persons andfoufld
mOlfO-a fart strikingly house and scalps are once more
dC\'fllpet our sentiment
\ pvritcluute: ho political harmoiivhieh; itt j: in the recent and existing cmbirrassmo'its to event." Missouri, Mississippi, and South Alabama: say the but one disgust at Gen. Jfs.lip's .
I safe but without the
i t, was th- ine.ius lIllr"III'r.." It I1r", :, of our foreign i and domestic exchanges and "Sueh, felow-ctizens. are the ,"ieWs by were sent to the West: that slate of things ; power pursue Without course, and reprehcnshe of ft j in

t ever, that tire system ol' high protecting IIOW.// of our money currency. I i< th(! ariunl capital I which vt.' in calling your actually( exists in relation to the Cherokees: enemy, or to search for him. strong terms.

: t4og, combined W4lli the int'ju. lity: uf> national which .sustains: ffur-fflhs of the toreiun attention to the grave and important subject in Tennessee, North Alabama, & Georgia ; this can be done by the presence of a reg- On Thursday lasl about J 1000 of Gen

,. \ al l dimen's' ''11\: : convciU'd tho slight: commerce of the Union-European; credits of this address. II.is not to have l eel anticipated and regardless of the exposition made to lit, ularly organized force, ami for the irar, I Nelsons brigade passed through on ife;

I 6ui't.'r.onty. initially possesses: by Noithirn me, obtained un the faith of that (, : that the put poses we so distinctly uieasuic, they should beat once removed apprehend, seriously apprehend, Jefferson route to Columbus where they are to b

, title.-, in( the lnit of 1 foreign importations alone. Here is a most decided ad Pitrl' expressed through the report of our Select In regard to the Seminoles, we have county will present the scenes which have I dischtrged."re have the highest

into aa U'CIilll'lrultl; preponder over our competitors.. I( Committee, would be so greatly misappr.hrn""l'd committed the error of attempting to remove been played with so much suffering in for these troops. Hardy woods respect

I ance', and divctlcJ: almost Iho whole nf tin The: wealth! ol the sin pie rowilJ statesis as they have have been b\' some of our them when their lands Alachna. It was as much as we coulddo inured to danger and men
were not required commanded
: immense ('< niinicto.'tlie South and bouthfstern fellow-citizens.( Surely we claim the
) almost fioni ncultiinrodu may the late attack induce the
c.ri\'fd exclusively .i I at to brave and officers
for when
\\ M.tl. :iu'u artiii.i1! circiiitnui i if' '' : and the expediency of agricultural purposes; to whom
: s : ; : : :iudr. r.d I !tiori -forei-'ii privilege tire carrying -
' *- gives of this immediate to remainat
f'r. lInn., ur.ll ch.uiiU'N.*' TAR rosu'.t: i is !hit: ;'t them* their vulij-s ajid (Ollcr'c- on our OU'1 commerce with I foreiggu na- they were not in the way of he \hill inhabitants people vicinity they are attached and have full confidence
Con) iicrec I is
foreign their homes. will be the result
'i I ffects SUI'i'iu i1u'r C.IU"'l'S, th' I' Irti'H IIf t !therefore an t clement) t of our wealth! seaicelyI tiolli, directly through our own cities and by ; and when the greater portionof in, we have seen no soldiers during the,

h i lh\I'll1ulH' cc of the Uii 'n, '' \\ hit'h is np.i I less; essential,; than a ncnlt.ire its1'f. ("om- r our own merchants without j justly incurring their country was an unexplored- of this I cannot say; 1 fear, however, they I war on whose services we should plate

r prnpri.ltel)' w mnz," ('oisi; tiii! Iflhe i ex- !i mel cia': indcpeudeni'J:> is necessary too loom the imputation! of hostility to the Northern derness, of the interior of which we arc will quit and ]leave the\ pl 1ltatio1ls to stand higher value. They hare ken cut of

'I, change of our nnl'it'tlll',1 pi Id llclinJJ for| political independence, and tin: fllrl con- States of this confederacy., Wefro not as ignorant as of tlC interior of China. the brunt. Fortunately] for us, some marines j\aclive service. Instead of placing tfem

', I llic: IIHIW radII no': 4I|' fueign rouatiies I is j I tsti'1 of our foreign connnereivill exempt us aware that they have any prescriptive: rightto We exhibit, in our present contest, the passed by here yesterday; we have' down the peninsula, and] affording theman

I cauitd: on through: Noilljurn citir act fur u any more than they 11\ to think despatched a courier to bring them back, !
:* by ; \lorever from uneq-ial; b-irthr-in. Dismembrrineul first instance. pcrhaps, since the commencement opportunity operating in the \Indian .
I the ot t' \.11 iH,1I mcrdMni. for ;. is no hostility, to their intcn sls.blt I and shall station them for time the t
i ngcncy : *, uho! Icy 1 of our confederacy i is to be deprecated \ I of authentic history, of a nation a at country they have been stationed

\ a transit iluJv: : --\oluiit.inly p.ii.l: to bu | b-.it: in a icfercnce to" our peculi institutions regard ) our own, by which we are anima employing an army to explore a country house assailed last night. But, sir, ice I the Suwannce. The duty nssigm-d them on

, ure-.but utterly lacnnipitiblo with a ,just I it and the *vick"d inlerlercncf: others! ted.'IIis not that we love Caesar less. but for do little than cannot close this war without more harI!, in the of the frontier
that lov' Uonu more.Ye ( we can more explore protection has been
\ \ nnd enlightened; MOW of our own illh'H'SII I} j it is one of I tho-e possible contingencies for: we : are certainlyas nom! and concert of action, and the I
it faithfully
to band presence
,) or remove n performed. They have
anxious of
I : been
to attempting
; ,
emancipate selves froiii this encourage upon}
out tr.l1Ut it of wi i
uhicb is the irt doni to princlh's
p proui'e ;ian.1 ; on the whole frontier nssailcel of
I ,
: th uldulII. i is | f'ciplciIY.1 direct trade with i orlwrn ;j of i 1'nges from one unexplored wilder- actively engaged scouring the country(
try Mtarcvly more nrccssarv I ;: i in such .1: event our tit!egIt coniirenxI : : force mounted in :
an and
t than thd icsolution to accomplish: if. I IIn :I a lion coiidurlud. : :, would: be thrown into States, as with any otter portioa of time world j i ness to another. organized part, from the Suwannce to Tampa Bay.lives Xo
It-\\ Free trade with all tIme world soldier it is I ready to act promptly. They must, in ] have been lost
I : JS3G tlnj whole. imp.uts ofilu; UnileJ t ler (:')nlLlian. untrIIIt j As a my duty, am aware, though in the differ-

. J States nmooiileii r.i: round numbers to .si| ,0, !I The obstiielc; in tlaa; way (f our grasping I by legi.lative restrictions' is th i motto il cri- ;. not to comment upon the policy of the fict,' be always in the stirup, beating the :!i cnt skirmishes several have been badly!

h 000,000. Th..I of New Yoik alone ] bed on our Ia:\tier. Wo know neither friend-, Government but to it out in bnsh, and searching for these vagabond : wounded. The brave Col. Foster
(c' ai oiiitcJto 1. i the rich piizc winch i is liniiifolly mr IWT, j jas ; carry accor- t j w;
$11S,00.UD; !) ; wauV; ihosis of .ill: tb a.d to bfi want of I li.ts alrcld: i i ij !hil ;)'IJI hostility in I Ira.I'. Wlicrevcr we can ':'\ dance with my instructions. I have enidcavored Indians. The war has assumed a most severely shot through the brea.t while
: Itlantic; Souih: of ib-' I'oiom: '-, aiJ: ih-jil:j hel'l shown that fur cljital:t"p1; ; i is (th' stitaimiig I--' : highest: and buy.cheapest" Ihl is (11' mar; 'i faithfully to do SQ; but the prospect serious character, but has been, and con- I charging: upon an Indian, hut \tare gladto
. !I stales on t'uj (i.ilf Jf-jxic ; I kc!; 11/iking I 1(I J"11111,111f'I: I ( \ '1'1'.'J: :m it inucs be mistaken all who have the I
, f o '", alIl1ulkd: : to ] : capital of our forci 'tj' cUn: : r'l.1 I Ij 'i t oftcr\inating the war in reason- to by Icarn will probably soon reco\cr from
an-1 any
, l only $20 OOJ.O'JO;) ;anJ those of i : Tyriin.: Hut \ve ar opposed to ::ab- Another '
South C
iro- j j 1 But this capital b.-loa s to the :anJ } management of it. year's blundering its
r 1 ; p1IIIl SOl l.miIg: Ism in ella I 1 lI I able time is any thing but My e
! j'm..\ arid Georgia t 3,1000)0. Durt | (cal"1 commerce, \ fatering. .
t .' loony: t the caj-ital M-anted: i is tlio: t moj.y; : c.ij)pit> 41 ne 'decided is that and Middle Florida becomes what ; ---- --- --- -
I j I in O.ir t tecent has' ( opinion imlediat;
'h experience
I t simooir_ the ,1./111! > :3tV I'XIWi| I ofcx :Iccsi.uy to ) ti! '; Cotton arl: c-jt.vcil government. Eastern Florida is.Ve will stand our The correspondence between General
r the United I."latui.imo.nituj I: III I 107.0JO.OOJ it into p'lrll.c 1 hut too impressively t111'lihclll!of ihe fatal 1- !; emigration be abandoned. the war will 'II and the of is
lerd.ndjz!) for disliiluti-ji i!) : anion; j ground but this will not end the contest Jesup Secretary war btr with
: '.11.II: k h :; k ] revulsions! to which! it is calculated to e\- | conlitmc for years to come, and at con- ;
\ I'W.111 l j I tla1 ,
( !)
; 'Xi''II. \ : ). I the retail iricu-hants.: j I ICiedi I; and of the J interest to the people of Florida. From
j. p 030. ;!jjiio i illlIIn,1; ,ul of j 11 1*> miloIII3.:; ; \\ jj.Utthn 1 1i !, thu Mimutc: nlTs4niiijr of coinmerce ',, post! lS. We have seen a pecuniary prcs- I Jstantly, accumulating expense. Is it not y catching making examples i the confidence with which General]
st.ites Souib and Mile in the city of ? ew-York,thruw; time whole 1 then the serious consideration disturbers of our peace. Jesupexpresses
; ; .Souib-wcjt lIthe Potoiiiji and free in"tiiuti'ias! ; m.ist lh: \el worthy I his views of the
; be
sllp1) into embarrassment: and its ( Yours J. GADSDEN. policy to
t' i. -xjoili-d 7= uiiiiion- liliSI coutilry currency enlightened Government
an nn- deficit: -not tint credit i is merely j an I
and into the confusion and pursued towards the Indian-, should
t cor'c- j exchanges utue: >si we
P, poil tIfu.y -0 milhiii.s, ud; Soutlj C.iiotin.ituiJ i : live of i in lebledncss but crcJil' 'tiu tided ott whether, even if thc wilderness] we aretzaversing
; derangement: ; whereas: : if tbo commeicc tf I of letter from the SECRETARY suppose he had entirely mistaken the nature -
1 f Ci'or I u, oacii JMVIIJJJ a coaimi-ivul sa the sulisiantul! ha..i: is of our vs itt llc :tale.; ;' could be inhabited by the Copy a Of''Vlt
I the United) States external and internal bad of his mission to Florida.
t port, w.lli a sale: : !harbor on the Ad l.a h tie', ,UK! in that shipoa inot silutary and! pro-i; been distributed its natural I white man, (which is not the fact,) theob- to Maj. Gen. JESUP, tintedDEPARTMENT
piiilc.i 2 1 milli"iis: 1Iill. 1 an t lor' ouh du : fairly through We presume the General] Government
;if' iaipoit < :i\.e of nationil ,
? Agent : : Iject for would be worth
iudi\'illal we arc WAR
I 1 all. ; channels I scarcely a shock woud! haw 11'(1, contending, OF will
3,WOOaM) THe ('ualr.lsls: here '\hiilcJ under no obligations] to him, for
( To I
t WIdlh. illustrate : our a llcillrt t sti; i jplC3 hy the great body of the peopleThis the cost? I certainly do not think it would; March I 1838.
iin: astouiij.n; ; ; and i it is {behcveul, ih'-y art to the amount of t'i \\illi f.,1 spending their money in constant negotiations -
: unhout htlli"l.: 1 view of the subject c uses us that I indeed, I do not consider the country Sin: I have this honor to acknowledge
I i apji.t'.l'-i; ol the histoiv III) tI.IJ. j!cud ionn the solid! foundation of: a ci(:tl,it for, \ Iu'gI't with the enemy, \ hem he is sent to
I the c\ we manj south of Chickasa Hatch worth the he of
communication of
I rut t.ite :IV--vv V.ik tlnsj\c 0'\1 carry medicines J icceipt your the
; :. : I.njHrtcd -ix limes merch indize : subdue, whilst an of ten thousandmen
an equal amount-:io inonevneed :
\1 army
I j ufacturing! Stales ol the North, exchanging; in the Indian llth of which
we driving delivered
I. the Febuary,
ninount of hu \.p lit., while the Souihfuiand pas between the ii tics --co-ivcntion il shal is kept in merely to witness his
p our raw cotton for their various manufactures, pay
I Souihwoste-ni .Stales: lillle II ; from me by your nid-de-camp( Lieutenant Lin-
imported( tokens
ur book entries \vi9 1 ans.ver-awd thus rare talents for diplomacy. And we
trade both
I I I more th'in one l fourth of the ainount of thirir, *, credit \iII imerfmrn the: flltl.j; of money. a cal ried highly on important directly between to time parties cities of:snot I If 1 were }permitted, and it is with great nan!. The subject ofit is one of deep interest sure the people Florida will not thank

; .mj South Carolina: and( G. rted and diffidence I venture( to make the and I have given to it the most diligent
oru Ufl )( yet avoid, the evils of debt.! Hut to thu nunufa suggestion him
: thc pin tiling:: and <:turing States, bu I for his assiduous effort to barter away
t less linn onc-senitli: ut of the \aluc of I would allow them remain
p theirs end! our whole system of mercantile! I ,- to and respectful consideration.
like i their lands
:. j C'.111) our foreign indirectly through to their enemies. During -
>:> cw Orli-aus, 1 fieini Us I cuo nipbiral: <)si- be ch COlrLrn' would I hem the of the In the of relations savage
p mast radically; mngJ, iud ait1.d l by ihe city of New Yoik. .\Imosillc,whole! of assign country west present stage our with the campaign the force in
1\" t lion, imports \Vo-.t India productions I for the and can,umners. Simi credits: I our immense excb centre there; t forcing Kissimmee, Okee, Chobee, and Panai i the Indians residing within the States and present
.11 inges the field has been double and the
I ,. Valley of ihti .Misiiv-ippi, and specie from quicic( returns must bu. enforced and a thither, as it were, upon the! heart, by something Okee, and east of Pease creek, south, to Territories east of the Mississippi, inclu- yet re-
suit has been disastrous than
Mf.\ico for the
United Sutes ciicraly! --n- ","11 Capit imi. by fiequent operations amism like a congestive proc -!", the circula the extreme of Florida. That woul satisfy ding the Seminoles, it is useless to recur more any
licle.s winch o1.laillctJ'In which has it. But shall the
arc not cxch preceded trar
; ingcfor pronia: wit answor the purpose lt aJarjie lion of a system so \"ast. that it cannot be regularly them, and they might hold on the to the principles! and motives which indu-
r-- the} staples: of the Southwestern be therefore abandoned? shall afierex-
j-t.ik1 ,
capital, :
moving more -lowly. and thrown the
i II uniformly out throu.1 express condition that they should forfeit ced the Government to determine their
: and form removal -
" uo p.ui of ih. commerce by which be assured that from 15 pending immense treasure to ,into
may they PlY natural channels to the dUta il cttrentities.Periodical carry
their right to it, if they should either commit ] to the West. The acts of the Executive
those -
i. hliijiles ue exf h in:eel for ftlft'lgl1 productioiH. lo 20 per c-nl. (for tho enjoyment of I'Oig disorders nnd convulsions are the effect a solemn treaty, recede from our

:- -. I ; If only that part ofthe imports( of credits,, and they wil find it asvell. for til:1 unavoidable,; of such an unnatu- depredations upon the white inhabi- and the laws of Congress, evince position and acknowledge] ourselves van-

t \" New Oilcanshicli i i. tiLt 1iued frolll abl lad own interest, as the intercuts: : uf commerce ril0011\ unb-ahby consequence condition: of our commerce; tants, or pass the boundaries assigned to a determination to carry out the measure, quished by a pittiful tribe Indians?

l I in exchange lor coiioii: weio takn into tin at once to ;1ldol! it. and withulJ pretending to speak for other them without the written permission of the and it is to be regarded as the settled If the prospect removal] excited the

t. ', estimate, ino Jig'an'1 ';.jlc imports of all the In addition the agency of a well regulated I portions of ibe Union. we confidently alTirm military commander or agent. }policy of the country. In pursuance of Indians to hostilities in the first instance,

11;: tLipl(J growing S aies, lilco those of South credit, a very considerable, money, capital that of the Southern and Southwestern By placing an agency, and authorizing his policy, the treaty of Payne's Landing can It be in the of
tl event
}: Caiolin.i and (;cor gi ii, ueiuld, lit).cijht. sink will still be indispensable! to the! proposed reform popll are invoked, by considerations trading-houses on Charlotte's harbor, they was made with the Seminoles] and the a disgraceful
with the of
t down to less than; oae seventh peiit of I II their in our foreign cOlum.rcc-and planters; ofthe most enlarged patriotism! &< wc-11 as of could be soon concentrated; and station- character of the officer employed on the peace] before, them same prospect and removal -
I : ', L'XpOltS. instead of accumulating negroes to pioduct an enlightened self-intere, to apply a speedy ing a competent military force there and part of the Government, is a guaranty of though delayed,

.. ; 7'nia i is neither a nattual nor :HtluLU"} tonilition 1 more cotton, and thus often causing produc I and effectual; remedy. The means of at Tampa Bay, they might be readily the perfectly fair manner in which that negotiation with feelings exasperated to desperation

!' of our coniiiicrri.il! rclaiions. T.\K c<,u tion to overrun demand to their own injury, achieving our commercial; Independence are controlled, and, if necessary, removed from was conducted and concluded. against the whites, the citizens ol' Florida

f.. ton planlcr depends moio. foi thi price of hie must come forward, with; an enlightened vien I, abundant, ami all the auspices arc eminently the ', should they become troublesome ] Whether the Government would enjoy repose. No, they would I
ought not
country to
Maple 0:1: a pro.-perous condition of trade in to their own interest and :patriotic regard to encouraging. Let us embark in the enter'I abandon their all to the enemsooner I
J I I or fail to fulfil their have waited until the Seminoles '
:- ; i E Ma'chcttcr. ih in on that of all the cities of the: public weal, and aid I liberally will) their prize with a spirit and resolution commcnsu- engagements.I were pressed than expose their defenceless families to

, r ihe union, nonh! of ih; P.lUUICo: Thpro- wealth, in the dt'siret emancipation of South- I.,I, rate with its importance' a splendid' future respectfully recommend the measure to I upon by the white population] and the mercy of the* savage. In whatever light

.. lit made by merchants of iNoilhern ciiieson I era commerce, so fraught with golden promises i-I I wile the result and'nc the reward of our your consideration and that ol the President their lands become necessary to the agri- this proposition is received, it is abhorent

ii liio exchange tI f OUI i>l !ples for lor- I to them fspe.lial .; I II 1 bt<. as the only means of terminating, cultural wants of the community' not a to even man endowed with the common

I cign CQtfl ineidiltts: i is so much abstractedIn.in I 'I will hardly\ be stating the case too !I We have recommended, by a resolution, immediately, a most disastrous war, and question for the Executive now to consid. feelings of humanity.We .

our \\eaitl! :. The peoples of tho Noiihlt strongly, to say, that tl least one half' of the unanimously adopted that a Convention beheld leaving the troops disposable for other er. The treaty has been ratified, and is have said effect of

I : < ->ei vrt roannendjli'Ci: (! not h\l1. for t.icir I incomes, thus devoted to the cCcc production in the city of Augusta, on the first Monday service. I desire a decision as soon as the law ofthe land, and the constitutionalduty this nothing as to the

I; ('1 lrfHIll m reaping, the harvest; into which I of colon, are devoted to over produc' in 'April next tn devise further measures your convenience will permit, as, by the of the President requires that he measure adopted, upon the remain-

., 'I our own j5iiijnen| :: prevents! in Iroin putting lion, and that they arc consequently appropriated of concert and co operation in this great midertaking. middle of April], at farthest, the troops should cause it to be executed. I cannot, Ing tribes soon to be removed, or of the

; the:icKlc. Our cotciprizbbould i behtimula- not for the benefit of the cotton plan- We trust and confidently: antici must be withdrawn from all the in therefore authorize with virtual admission which it contains of the

: t't''t't led to lucovcr by fair airj .- ,1Ial cnmpetionthejiJv.irjtd : ( lent themselves but for that of Ill! foreign TheI and !j I pile! that the people will meet forthwith in the interior, to preserve their lives.posts the Seminoles by which any arrangement they will be injustice of the struggle hitherto, and of

cs vn have Jj stand wo should' domestic consumers of their great staple. their piimnry assemblies, to select delegates per- the weakness of our Government, as exposed -
Should it be determined to the mitted remain
remove to them
give .decided prrl'eretu'e' l In our own importers (principle of )political economy laildo\ \n in';' to that Convention, and that all the States any por- to the view of other nations. The
the ol thu Select Committee, and 'from' [Indians by force, and to continue the war tion oldie Territory of Florida as their
. 'I I i only \ICI the terms are equal.The ; I report ) will be fully leprrsentcd. May grounds upon which we are immediately
: excels of "('.111J und. S.alhI' t. which this conclusion H deduced, was knov/n ;! Heaven ltt'l'tl'r upon their deliberations." until they submit unconditionally, I desire future residence. interested, are sufficient to excite in us

t 1 p> crnexpoits brtyoml 1 I.IluJt.a.. in I 1S36, to practical men: long before i was promulgated :;I smie I I that the 'communication be confidential, The Department indulged the hope feelings of the deepest deprecation, and

t j i! p CO niillinriThe value of our impoits: exceeding by any writer on the theory of wcalh! Il'i 'Ii CORRESPONDENCE. and that the matter b considered as confidential that with the extensive means placed at we would] call the citizens of the several

f tint) : of our e-xpoits t t-ven WJicn importfltionsaro i k founded upon the universal experience of, From tho N.timl 1 n IC lug er. at Washington, in order that I your disposal, the war, by a vigorous effort ;i towns and upon counties to In

I'I. not oM-c.siv-f, by th'j} i'irrra mnaki rid. if time s 1111)cf any article material additional 'l may have information ont before it can might be brought to a close this clmI their express
Among the concern i primary assembles their unanimous
I cod \'aluf of Cur (: ill [tll'I1 innkela u exceeds the \ demand .cI1peition I papers be communicated b lettcr-wriiers to others paign. If, however, you are of opinionthat ,
!b. xl.rt.. : is created the sellers whih ing the campaign in Florida, transmitted } and indignant opposition to this measure.
c- 1 yon'l our '. I and among ; for there can but little doubt of from the nature of the country, and
t the due by the President of the United States to We are disposed to 1\1 lr. Poinsett
theVs.jjn.itei depresses price : beyond a give
I t.tlf in th'i proportion
,, CI impur< <; I tnei- greatly) their flying to the swamps again and renewing the character of the enemy, such a result 1
II, '. rhanJiZ'i: o'ouneu in uxchan t 'for them, ilnui to the excess in quantity. In like I| the House of Representatives on Mondaylast the should the decision be is and that il is credit for the explicit character of his reply -
war, to impracticable, advisable to
'j. > b.: safoyui! -j.i'cd, thai the Not them manner a deficient supply creates a compeltion !- we find the following Letter from and the caustic coolness of his language

: cities impoitcd m that year 72 m I'i'ins olQicrrhnndize among the buyers, which increases the Gen. JiiSUP, of recent date, containing remove them. make a temporary arrangement with the ; but we find, also, in his communication -
", price in So gene-1 j If it bu determined that the Indians now Seminole, by which the safety of the settlements -
a corresponding degree.
in cxc1atgi fir Cur iapl; <.- highly interesting information of his movements { some things well understood here,
ral is this ., tat we safely alln m, in Florida remain, would be better that and the posts will be secured
} tir.lllg.1 1;)pci cent, the profits of the rrncipl may and views ot things that qu\ter.1, I which we cannot but condemn. Mr,
that in .probable suite of the demand { those who are at New Orleans and Charleston throughout the summer are
1 Norihern tuvichitit-1 and the and o:j you at liberty
letter General Poinsett has the
from Major with
expenses of Jesup
Copy had !
cotton, a & not extremely small, :; with the of of the do In that a controversy !
the risks of an indirect, in-t.-ad) of a dm-rt lal crop i to the Secretary vf IVar, datll I exception one or t\'O to so. event, you will establish I Governor
of the Denying
I route, to our ports, it fallows liial thc -opbr will produce a larger aggregate -income to the I i I HEAD Army of the South, \ : chiefs, be sent to the West; their force posts at Tampa, and on the Eastern Territory.
of he n planting.States, than a tug" one. Be- QUARTERS } would thus be divided and weakened ',.*jstice: to the'citizen soldiers of Florida,
It : Soulhera DId; houlb Wosler States t cot & ; FORT i JUPITER, F''t h. 11, 1833. J JI and Shore, and wherever they are, in your
6 sustained a loss, in !.t .' .n, of! 10SO:oao twcen the cxtrcOe points nJicn.: high pricescheck I I I i! SIR: I reported to the Adjutant General many of the relations of those sent West opinion, necessary to preserve the peace in the payment of their claims, for sem-
by the ciicuilitoua rourac of their consumption on the one hand, and low be induct follow. ces in the army, upon the most flips/
: loreign 1 on the 9ih instant, the operations of this division might soon to oflhe country; and I would the
trade Uy the enmc: process'of ctilc.ulaiiou. prices check production on the other, thereis : of the army bOUI"oof this post to 'that This communication will be delivered propriety leaving Colonel Zad suggest ck grounds; having left the frontier exposed
% wide for the of this prin. ( the
a operation Tay-
Georgia and South Ciiohn&utaiucd a, loss range and the which I had to the depredations of the Indians,
V There no class ol producers so likely arrangement entered to you by my aid-de-camp, Lieut. Lin- lor, ofthe First Infantry, in command of the
I ia the smc of 3 millions cplc into with and Executive, as in bound .tooV up
jcar duty
I to suffer from over production as the cot : Ihlcld Tu.skeegoe nard, a highly valuable] officer, whom ]I them. moving north, with force ,
t It H Bssunied ii: ibid result that Trim*:) ; im1 llallek I Mndgo. The :arrangement, ithat earnestly recommend to favorable your cause, and having brofcght the matter to
ton planters. Widely dispersed over an ) your you may simi'ar
merchandize ran be: imported! AS che.i|ply !1 without the of !I they are to come in with their families and consideration and attention. arrangements with the consideration Mr. ,P's. superiors,
means con'sultation -
the other
mcnse ,
Territory j I I await the decision of the banc;. I deem if, however, of reversed,
t into Soullicin Atlantic ntic.i, ns into Xorlh- themselves people, and nre to 1 caused his decision to be
or concert tli'yI have the honor to be most
I cru citic The Mippoiod; advantages: of habitual among of ] Picsident \11thl they hal!1 remain in iime respectfully great importance that every exertion and the made and measures
: the occurrence excessive II obedient payments
your servant '
J $ JVcw lot It o\'e t theniies II the South, on canno prevent unless they adopt a system! couniiy or mum?. I jromisl'r to recommendthat TH., ShOt d be made to chastise the marauding adopted for the protection of the frontier.Mr. .
crops S.
; the be mimi that JESUP, Indians who have committed
,ylliaiiti-; the Gulf of t :.Mexico for c ir- I which will of itself have a constant tendency they I depredationsupon Poinsett cannot forgive him. A pi&-

t iyin on the foreign jir.mercc IutIie slapls i,|: to prevent it. Tho basis of that system portion of this Territory be assigned to them Major Gcneralcornmanding.: the inhabitants of the people of Mid- ful feeling of animosity rankles In hIS

growing slates, will not 11:11 the Icsl of ex- should be the investment of at least a fair proportion a* their residence. The Hon. J. R. POINSETT, dle Florida. I begyon will address yourself breast, and hence the little and unbecoming

uininMini.: Tiie IdVilla:6$ arij inconti-sl- of their nclt annual income in some Before presenting my viens on that sub Secretary of War, Washington! city. to Colonel James Gadsden for infor- is of passing by tieif
course adopted,
chy.iu! t ftvor of Ch.l.slon and avnnllh. oilier proftabl. )pursuit, instead of investingit j'cllld redeeming my pledge to tho Indians mation on this subject; Vnd :you may, Cororaander-in-Chief the militia of Flo-
in withNew j it be for me to stain .
compared loik moy pioper my
respect bolievo there The
tli. in J.od negroes; and \ following letter transmitted think yield( to his a
t i j. own position in the question of em along I you proper suggestionI rida;and advising Jesup to consult WltpTh"ate
ocean route to '
i abundant
equally is such that promises a more r.gartlo with the
no pursuit above, shows a more disturbedstate 1 I leaving a battalion for the defence
that I in ro'.a' protectionof citizen to the future
unoolh to the ono or (tin other. M''chantvesstUji l rcward and entcrpizc, than ignition, so in : shil sty ,
to industry of things in MIDDLE FLORIDA than the people in that of
t do not find a arir or more propitious hc direct of foreign merchandize liOn to the Semiuoles! my views ti regard l neighborhood it' is the frontier. A more unmanly mode_

i harLot in Now York than at Charles ugh our importation Southern seaports. Where, ,for to the general principle mny not !I.;,0 mistaken we had supposed toexjst.WASCISSA hoped, however, that you will be able l to gratifying his l feelings,cannot well be uaa-

ton. Freight from Liverpool tl) Ghulutol example> a man of known integrity, capacity Believing its i do that lht Indians cannot*, ; Feb. 12, 1838. put it out of the power of these Indians to gined, and whatever opinions some may'**-

or Savannah aro actually lowor tltnn to'New' ami'jnduslry' with moderate capital l, shall 1 under our condtilutio ,, have i separate pu DEAR Slip The enclosed was sealed do any further mischief._ They.ought to tertaiu in regard to the Governor, vo

j York. .HentH, living nnd .labor irrA moreexpln.iv8 engaged! disposed r to engage in the busi- liticul cxistence-Xviihiii nn independent statfr yesterday for the mail; last night, howev. be captured destroyed. As soon>as, in one(can refrain from expressing his disgust -

a New Yor than"'\\n "Charldaion 'L fQk'rct O: )Importations, wiial t more, public of (Ihia' -UnioDf 'without the consent -of the er,, we had a repetition of the scenes previously youropinion, it can befdon: ,* with. safety, at the Insult thus offered our cit ltns
orSnvtnnoh. and natural: t4v 4nta<*e'Boj cna : confidence
ipWtciJ had Executive.
n'a"proftub.1o! nppropriatiofl to you; you your in the person of J'
New York, 1 fur I rulet. -iuib, tmdof < planter"oikt of il1prdof| 1 surpluscapita' .wbicb they arc congregated in.large bodies, begun to be restored, and but 'a few daysneewehad from Georgia, Alabamaand Tennessee. Of CoL Gadsden wejhave here! rore
t tho South, are resolved-T'ihto the mere to remove them .whenever they are promied 3 -
to importing vparagcthis
) $ induced our frontier, settlers! We would not
;. beautioi ol a magnificent linrbrn4 -."- uVorI.by tho:,while population, and their land* spoken in.par; paper. .
limited undcbtbr !
as a ; nor
cop ric" to their hftb la.tiori Tiiey'have been Verv respectfully, military reputation,
Foreign foctur becomo lo the waul ; 7 b'gft
r npdjAf9 fican 'of the necessary
; i in several) ogriculrul.
pJantos, 1'q li'' d 'J l Ui!, recently 8optet tho C9Diilinily. And" I however, ngajn dinned 'from them, .ftnd, Your most obedient servant, dowe'hesitate, to express onr coufidfncein
Infe n- )
I u V J | rowing Llf'
:f''JI l :
-Ii"i i
''r 4i pr e') of afdlext'iqc[; '', fpM. ,.p. ) SItl1, (conic*. of tho .cotton, 'rind\ nor ih<| .Joaiaus, uro to dctermioe, as'the atsarled point is but.a' mil or a mile J. R.'PO INSETT.Maj. .. his patriotism.. If any- thing bad oc'cnrm -

tP l l t6"o ;(hj t. w11be J I. arQfltb i Ql:( r .P i tycau. my. t.1U., propertjtj). fqr_Aei 'removall, We' iuoo and a half from,ray house, it was,again all Gen.'Tiios.'S..
LI.,'rt .uHlri' : gnp qul4.rurtiilt,, bu'u capital "for coj4uc. Te'dWajrlljip'aftity! ,* ',IVO lhV Ind, qs'ptectjonY f o night ;garrison for'the'refugees. Indeed t1otnd'g Army Ofthe South' Tort' Jupiter. 'theEx&mirewe'ttonW'fe satisfied

; ; ;k'N. ( '.p t.tin' J''(. rOc icJnmerC. 4 rytt Itt )Ttfcctioo'tfjcjfnd 'I to sir,/ yen cannot eslimite'rorrrctlr_ a4l my Florida.: that the. deitnc arr\'b Dtr t
,A'4r1( 'HI I 3 ,.w our-101" I t,\ .IiI. I- J'Va.. -l tr- -4 I .t ..' 'I: > ,- t't"tr"uH; &i'4

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( mtcn- JOHN C. JACOBf.: : ; .MsIIa'-a4Iasit- :. < ,- ,- JQl A.

bv the Secretary of 1 War, ns Cabinet Chan d: Sofa Maker, .IN A WAY from the submiber on the J9thin '11 TATI.a., ti Mic jztki.aaa candidate lorerxcsent Y viriaeof.wriiof'1ej4Ia.ctu! issued out AMe f the 'lots in th town wiHeofitnence oa

led obviously to exhIbit his feelings towards First Premium Cabinet Maker, ofN. York, R t. his nepro man Harry, about 30 years Vi-arrl/3 Leo 11,Count r in lie State' 'C'nveinion. B 'of the Foperuar Court of ha Jfiddle Ditrriet flrti Monday in Apri. next. The tmiu
shall with- is from S feet C 7 inches .: of Flnrida.rJefl.toCoaitvin which Lewis will bee forh ,one fourth on. year one
Governor Call]) we not lose fiom Columbus Ga. of age, Hurry to high, _
ad the fourth three
of r0al b'.n-k comp'exion, his front teeth decayed \vt! me &Utbt'riaeU u *anuuace Gen. LKICHUXAO Pellertri it plaintiff and Claoie Jacqueminot fourth two years, f remaining
hold our reprobation ot'it. The letter of; RESPECTFULLY informs the ciilzcm of hi* lead veil tombei and inteisp ised wiih \q u m candidate to represent Leon defendant, I hire l aiM upon and will eiposelfor years crtditp JTb* p rth3 cwill bo required lo

Col. Gadsden does not do the Governor of the Territory of Fl >rid.t hairs, was well drassed when be left, in Tor- Connty in the Slate Conventicu.Marcl,3 sal* at public tendnetn the fai 'bect' bidder ibeCourt give to Mtea T r.tk.. credit pzyrentsand the
that he intends to LHMie I prev eenificaUx to make titles when
{ Hnate In Monticello Jefferson Cwiaty, on company willjpve
in' and not timid was recently ,
and i is calculated: to produce erro himself! in the of Tallahassee fur the ward speaking .
justice, city purpose broopht from York Dislri-t, by Messrs. McCliniok ; |C *tf xuihoriscd to announce Maj. GEOROCT. Saturday the 7th April D6Xt, ia legal hour, the all the mosey u paid.JoU

ucous impression?. of manufacturing aid Hughes.! The nhnve renad will be- paid Y WARD, nt a candidate to repicscnt Leon following propr ity,''to wit: Eastern half uf section ttiinated at the termination of the rail,oaelotsth

No officer could have been more Indcfjtipblr CABINET WARE for h1* appreher-n'oi nnd detention so that I get connty in the S ate Contention, 24, north we-tem qonrtrr of N. E. qaarter of
In all!! us branches, and assares ihc pnU'.c tint il and ten doll lair Ma nli- 3 section 25, of Township 3. Range 5, soaih and up the river fpalteltc Ja, bore Ute town ol Apa-
I him /alr-nontof the coonlv
in hU exertions to give protection willl>e lo their advantage by civinjr: oidera hire HOUSTON. cast. Aitto, the Rood l las! of N. EL quartet of c'ion achicola, entirely above the narrows, thc Devil'sEIb.wafldaU

; and quid to the fi ontier than Gov- j jii lraJ of importing; work fiorn the noilh, as the tahnin. EDWARD \-c i H are uuthorised to itnnpuncc Gen SAMUEL II; West half of the aonrh west quarter of ec- ihe.daosraf tig109 y i( that

the 'i) I I.. and woikinaiii'iip will not bcf-xnlled by any March M 34-if _ _ \1' PARKHILL, as candidate f represent Leon tion 19 ; K. W. quarter of N. %V. quarter of ncil river. AL", same w e c immediately uu r the *ale

rrnor Cnll has been. Presuming upon in ihe UnitEd Slates. NOTICE.WILL C-'Uitv m iho Stale Convention. .'n30,Township2, of Ran c 4N. and East. at I'laahI the loti in the city of S'.Joseph, remaiaMiKaa -

sufficiency of the forces on the Suwannee, Trtn c ld aa the property ''otni rd, together Untne water loi& on ea rli

citi7.cnsverc astonished at the outrages not lo order from the nirlh, as tko subscriber will | J'idge of the County Couit ol Leon ii air ,LUiIfl&lsCl.t taniitiuoce JAMES 1) our) be atilc ir all demand in a short lime, the \,, WESTCOTT, JR. Esj.. as rcandi Utc lorcproeni Terms c isis.! Br order if the Board: of Dirrctors.
Monday 7th of at
OciI1a. A force very fount',, on day May, pnli-
cOIflllldted west of tlic | Leon in time State Con entior.Na'chm Also the time and the following THOS. BERTRAM, Secyi
as n'Hin as inaicmli: and wi rkmon arrive fiim the lie niir-t'on, within legral hours, TWO NTSROES, vi/: couaiy m samr place,
] organized by I he Gay- iionli. 3 sold under execution, Ia which D. Wil!. Office o the Lake Wimico and St. Joscpb Canal
mrneIiatdy j jtteferfiirca nbo-ti 7 \ *dahfin' property
wa MARY aped ytais. i>nT.L17,1.. a? ____ Feb. SO
and placet! under the command of j G..V. Call, R. J. IlackJey.E. LockTHi .i' rear, the property of the heirs of Peletjah K: ire authorised m announce Capu THOM iatn &. Co. and Rnnsome J. Roberta are plaintiffs, and raU road Company, St.Jour h, ,

enir, informed in : n. R.H.it \% irJ. II'. I II. Bn !V, .'npt. Hniwr., ]I W'rteh.irst.' ) Herea rd. ,,t AJ RET.VOI na of M'cconukir: an it candidate ind H.rlarrelldefiiidaft, Lot ofland No. 1838.-_ ._ 31-tAprSTK
Col., ,1/nrat, and we are were A. AKton C. 1. II. W firadcn \Vaii. 1..c ConvenlUn.M *, of fraction fwnsk'p' 3, Range 4, North and Nctfc.
a' er.Cajil.L""S Term*-C-prtit for cnn yeir. the pnrca e m ney to i din| < -nt Leon County in tie! Slate
whm the second at- East, containing PCIS, more or less,levied opv>nand n't St.
tile ciIiatcViCi1flty > to 'tC secured by note with ;ipprnv>dcecnnlpny- irc'i 10yj. StodtV-ldep of "Vie Wimicf

tuck was jnade, and arrived in time to ex- I 31 a'l'e' in one jr-ar. w th S pen-cut, interc: fromdat. K tire authorficd to nnnoun LESLIE A to be sell satisfy said H ei DUVAL<*utk>n accordiae Marshal. to tep\ Cl and Rail Read C.mpan." ara

tine uisli the fire which had been set to the LOST Oil MISLAID. ., to Sarah harley ad-n'nr. I'HOMPSOV Esq., sa n cnndi.'at to represent law. MINOR SAML.WALKER Marshal hereby notified; thai an instolment of ten dollars
By Dep. suck of this is
S. C. S.MHL Y.Atry of Pefr.R Leon LVunty inthu State Convention. per share on the capital company
house by the Indians before they rcirca- t note jj.ven \Villiam 1'opby Joseph'Ius J. HACKLEY, Auctioneer. March 10. 1833 31rApr7M'LRSHAL'S creby required to be paid at the Company's offi-*,
..: <, dated n I'eiru ry IS.'l.T. pay.ib'e >ne'd. MarrhJO

tfd, who were vigorously pur-ued by the Ity ntr: < which the
troope. I'or the payment of this force dollars! .Id i rtersons n s' fnr'*ain"d Iron trading WC( ATl.Im a< a candid itc to represent Leon ILL lie sold on i he 4th day of April nest, shall upon remain nnpaid on the thud Monday of Febu-

Governor Call had pied-red lii> priatt- I r aid noli,, and ll maker irum nay ng il tu any I A T the (fit Term ofihe County Court of Leon Count in the tJiale Cons entiuza. 'Y nl the court house door in the City of T-tl- ntit, shall on that day' be declared Cyrleiied,

) per n but liyi'e.i< 1I\RUI ::T i'Ol'K( I JVL County, in thf year IST.Ie shall!) presentour Mardi '0 latmacsee. between the usual hours of tale, the following sty agreeable to the provi
fort une. Commodore, Dallas politely offered March !! I :<4--if A' ii'rx._ atvounts and vou-her*, and apply for a finals t K are au hot ised to Hiinounre JOHN S. property, to wit One ne m woman named public auction for the benefit of this company.

the( Governor the services of'a eompau LKO.N COUNTY COUR T- ; : Term ttVtnent, ni i.l li ;'*h "rp-e BS I'ipciitorr, of the f*- \I, SIIEPCD, Esq., as a candidate to represent Plullis, aged about weniy-six year, levied on By order of the Board of Directors.

\ of nnrines which was accepted, and It'JS Present Hon. Leslio A. Thompson, tate of Drnrv williiiis d'cpa ed.Op.fEN Loon Cr.nnty in the Stale Convention. as the np'peTty of Robert S. Miller deceased in THOS. BERTRAM, Sec'y.
; M. CII'.IRF.fi. ) viitneof mortg se ". h. H "cd Irvin the Superior 1838. 23if
Mnn-h 10 St. Joseph, Feb. 17,
(:oi. Mural was also authorised to call out Judjjo.C"W7HKRE.R TOM ITTHU CIIAIRES-J$ Lxcculr'ri>- C >u-1 of Lon County, in f ror of William G. Tho Columbus Enquirer and T
;uv force he thought necessary to raise in j jJifferson lYt.inv E\rciitor A'diiniiMniT : Mar-h'JS.} tF39. .Tl "1rn'sThISSOITJTIONOF Qy WE are authorised to announce Ponder against the administrators of said Miller. will please give the above four irserlibns
,ind < iinfiliaus li.ivi nrl.-rtcd file W S.iML. II. fll/VAL. Marshal.
w l'rs tn C"l UrcioR URADK! as n cir.didato torcpre this cfle.. '
We understand that the PARTXliSIIIP.fH and forward cccounts to
county. ( I j il'irir ffp'sris and ncroiium an.ii'v nt the fust ;..nt L >n C<>uttr in the State Coi eit iti.: _
the frontier U'M oF l t'ns' Coml in rnch bv iIe I HH P.ir-ne-'''ip wliH'h herct.if fxi.Med lie.fl. I' MARSHAL'S SALE. COURT
three nearest plantations to ), year, ac wjuirnl : Match CLERKS OFFICE LEON SUP.
lu.cnt :r Hndcisp, : .j!, in the a-tire '.t f the virtue and of writ of" fieri
of Col. Robert Gamble; ( oI. | I.IWF o: t'lisToriiiiiry' and in nn qnoii-e then of I p WE authorised BY iiipursuance n Middle District of Florida, Jap.. 6. I83i.
tlio j (07"
are p iI i v.Lt ruiifnMOii! I iilli arisen ii thp s 'l t It i'flt of j law in th" d.s'iii-l; of I Ka-,1 t luridn, WHS <>n ihc Otlimitatr are to announce issued out ol the Superior Court of

John Gamble, and .Judge Randall; undj j their arrpiMii% h It i<- -crr'd, by tIe: C"'ut I.thi.l in ) by inuln il I consent di-ii .Ivi d,-iliosc [ierS'H ttictiAitu II. BRADFORD r* a candidate to repre- the .Middle District Florida, for Leon County, Samuel Hate Complainant. )> In Chanctry. .
rnl< r totilfoid nurli *, howivi'rvbo Ii-tu v rnru-t< d b.; infs-s to tlieira stir Le m County in the Sate Convention. in which A A Fisher is plaintiff and William W. T* .
these and the citizens I ni oj.pi'ilunity! l< Orlu.qu j
all t.rncr4 S1aulmtcr Lab
gentlemen diitin tlu* cxi ncs"f--ai'l -lii> ivill .W.i ch 17 ;z in, Gthers1
1 Kxrru:(iin. Adir.ini I irat'>rs. .vi.l r'?unrnn! inin- -c ; t' pi-iner ', Pratt defendant, I have leviad upon and will ex- .
dIy, arepcrfectly satisfied that the Governor Invtlif I bn< ft '--f tli--l -eru-e of l) r.li: r.n'il su h *" to s.ilent publicendne.. Jfednesday the defendant*
'h lithv.I tii! PCS': on
ply wj I C""rt will I lio'-l nn n% has used c\ery endeavor to {give ti'Ifl1rtitccUon. ii l tf ri.ion Sat urila v t'x.Vi' I iiav if : 1 ir liext, (MIor business shall b-co npli to I. f11(). pnUGLAS C.l..nelV1LLIAM \VTATT as a candidate t> represent 4ilirav! of Apr:I next, in front of the Court House IT appearing. Labuzan.clory and oitiers. together
1 1'to f wlnrii | L"f'n County in the Stale Convention. with the unknown heirs Augustine Slaughter,
IVbrnaiy 10 h, 13 t o 23 Stat occupitd by E. W Dorsey Levied > n as the pro-
: rs. 01 i ( inidian arc ri rifi'tircd t<> r'-nd"'i I MftTh 17 up deceased are not inhabitants this Territory, but

Peter Parley; or more- correctly-- **AI I .4kI i Jiliih-ir .iTfuintF, :nul wln-n I tiiry" arc rfiiiirc I j jt A pcrt/of vvd d i lenditn', andiobe sold for cash, ta rftude in,some of the United States, U is ordered,
) arc.id i fi r '-onlcnipiit:! tt! < rci.f. .Am) it i-. lur- O?' WE are authorised to announce satisfy said writ according to I iw that the said defendants ito apjesr h,rc oa or before

I 1', of JeiTerson county, in his reply; I iliir (n4srCh: l, that cilati I m lo i su-1 njain.'. .ill \\KI! ( : noi.s DOirr.LAS tl ron-in-ip to r-ra- DANIEL Blat? Esq a' a c tndidaic to rcpresei.t Jef SAML H DUVAL, Marshal the 15th day of May next,and answer ib.c complainan.s -.

ta the Editor of the Si. Jos>cph Times, shall: fu I 11 r ne.'V-i! to C'linply wii'i' thi< rul<\ anti 1i.i l w. ii al| lie c.iiiti in East Fl rjla; and fer.cJ1t1jmunRrii. the Stair Can'.emition. ?Marc.li U) 1arch3l'.8, 304lAprM.lRSIjrtIi'S bill, or the samr w ill be taken f>c conCcved:

has tra'. died out of iiK to attack us. I 1uaI,I c i ..1 ii C S ( I f' tr i. In' iefl Ilt.I-eI t, 'nil I and m the CViurt if Appeals at TiU.iha f P; :-'II prtmsional -.. SALE. against them; and the matters and things thereof
way I thit tl." jn mliics (.f tljr I liv l by ds: : cnrrt slnll bep.nijt {ri' WE are authorised to announce of decreed accordingfy. And il is furiher ordered that
in of writ
Y virtue' and two $
JJtit the force of his quotation from the itir"tnnn H MIS .in-t Ill Iirrt j.c lhe\ riidlv ad tliMUit l.is N. PATRIDGE cnn-H late to B purjuar.ce for (bit
| \\ cn.brad. y i.i ei.drd lo, rejidrt.ce i* Join Esq., ns a rcpie- firri arils, issued itt of tie! Superior Courl a copy this order be published weekly
Times j is stale ad> insipid, and indeed the .\ true copy frmn iumini't'\ -*-. l.a the tv of St. A- guitne.rel. v n'' JetTe on Cnun'y in th" St-ue Convention.M of the Jf.ddle! Duirict of Floitd.i, fir Leon county months, i in some newsp-i.ter ruinted in this District
i>. M-II.MNV:! ci-ik. i. 1C i83 rn. 10 Twte '1 HOS. H. DUVAL, Ci'k.
whole! piece, llirniih it* whole, verbiage 3)irr. t1 in which R. II. Berry in pl intiT( and Benjamin

is destitute of point. I 1'vc are correct COPARTXERSHIP.ln1 ff7" WE are authorised to announce Chrtcpcll defend mir, tuflt l I'iend.ninis'tratorsof' Fliza January 13, 1338. 23lmTHOMA8VILLE
\ sin.i i UN "
at.d sail !! defendant, I
rv: : thl4ay! -II? TC| nun .1 Cn nrtnTship under (2 I. JAMFS (JAp'prK nun candidate; to represent Bryant, pai.itfl, Chappeil ACADEMY.
in our opinion <.f the identity of A. JJ. I'eiiaile Soiuiiiary.MISSSAitAll llie iiaiiiif I iiiit: : ant KKi\, f.r tlitraii iru n of a Jeff;! rsnn C<>un in the State Convention. hive Icv.edunon, and will ejpos lo sale at publi.e .:
which we think: cannot: be mistaken! werlo : %V. lillACKETT, (JriK-try ami I'n.vunii bii'iiM-M. .ll.LIAM I'KN'T EI Mnnh H(> y \ due. \ycdnrsday the 4'h day! ot April next, CPThe Trustees of this Institution take pleasures
Jan 1.1-J- :-2 tf JOHN B KEKV: in fr -nr yf the Curt I'ouse in Tallaba-sic, three in informing the public that the school is no'v in
not care to rendrr him tty to fellows ram ,
OTIF( are announce nfgro ,
I ii"I: 'ftV(1 .
?W] t I lliis Si'Oiui
nn in
j TV, < o-iioif n-ir with
a> an answer -
.-n Iiy me to V\iu \\Vlutinff on UK- si-t Marcia l-iH.: j JelTers in tl.c State Convention. ''nnt. Levied iiv; .n and sold ta satisfy said exccu- an assistant teacher. From the character andqualific&iion .
f i; inn ui'i oi- i-i ii 1 lVo'i> !! notiiviLI n County
; H : -, -
tkc (>hiu L'gitlflLrf.A 1tu1is : < .nc ma.li- |.a\atif! r.n thr lOili ..f Ap-il Ic.-! ". a>. t liato.n tkr.iiini $ ton accordui" to !liir.SAML.. of Mr. Scmt the Trustees feel confident
( %<*H. LhIl r !Iu.i' lor i-iipii. a n l>c n .|jn nj in !il I: : s-aij Wtiilin;; t.i I ti.-ain',u'.t c.illi-il fur in vai.t m.ie _: i rh 10_ -_ DUVAL Marshal. in and Gu irdians. alItia'ca'i ke..
II. promising
aV.r d i tin1 1Jtjji. of parents
*<:< M ; Milw-*' 1:1: ,
to St ro j i' ( 'fa-u I CH in onKIXVI.? pt TS w- I II Mticu-.M_ 3.in-2 \VM \VII.Lly.: ._ I I IXIGKOKS"T **
pi' authorized Gov.Jolls !
I We talenuandexemplary T4orx
-- (LT are to announce March 1,18.13.: 30d expected fiom a man
IIir( s- ii'atuvol' Hi.s l s itt, l.iM .' .*tiii .Liv I y r'MI t-ii to iM >|ir d.iljis l i p( :. n on li, !u<-'. : AUCTiox.( j Cit.tNtH candi.a'e! Le al habits they also ezpict daily, n Lady to take

Y'lir I Il'I iM* jn 4.e(4 41 l. d m t 1 '<-t mi A stt.iule.In' 1 { t ,ai d w...ifji niiiiliul dI I II On SVI'CltUAY lh.3 1 iiti I Miall Nell! at ri'Ill.ir ri the as Mate a Convcnti .n.WE t.> irpre cnt .nCon'y UNION BANK OF FLORIDA. charge of the female department Boarding be
I The n !( 4)I f insti 1.I'" t bulilrr. TWO 1.tKIL.NEGItO "
,:*' 1< r liif Court ol t jnmou I'li-a* ol }'EI.I.V M'rhm [ iTOTICn i? li-nbv given to the subscribers to had in private families on reasonable terms.
( _: ', 1 'I i an Ii.' IiO H J. HVKLCYM.irrhSI ___ __ ___ .Pi ; of Ihe Board.
jl' ks Hi niuuU : .rk this Bank, that ther title papers Br order
i.ipprund .Noiil "r.imiiiiiir..'. Tind-, -p'' nenil; I II authorised .MACLEAN.Tbomasville .
cr7' are to announce ii..vc Wen ref.rri-d !lor examination to Charles IIDuPon DONALD .
ju hi- \\ i-h anil much in li: > .-urriMrmd die* -n e.h i i Ii..It. .' Fresh of
'tpa' ar rtirmly ai i. Supply Spring A Summer 29-3-w
np' : I IonERr BcTLtRasa candidate to ic;.rcsent eE q. Whenrep.>::ed upon satisfariot ily, Feb. 14th, t38.
F. i\ lu.ij'; iiu .1 f the voles f
ijijc '. I He I tin finciril :; ihe IiI'I'l is ;.1 li.ink of d.i j jy siui'y' .1 iH r .*'i a on 'ul r'-r-i Lucitida fnun JOHN PARKHILL C-vhier. LEON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT.
< < u.t.i riitiijM-J;: id I jllE i )>crix-r Imjiift ned prr Brig 3irchi 17 C Z'Ctmtit'ii. .
iliin' _
IPJJ irdrd! nut only : ahi nic r-ut.; unduliili*. tininU's \vi-ie t(1 IIi! eot tit WE nominate Rjchard Uayw4rd,
thf> cri' to
j in i-onsri.tinf in part .>f the f dlowin j arlic'n; are requested -
sd his -\> i flt hrd lire, uid he lookuJ un- ''h" I'OMN of :i'| c''rni t rdiir it ion.I5o I fxiivr Ulur Illack.UrreianiJ hub 'Fiubel t lothDreKcuaU; Col. JOH.I i.GAMBLEnsa cand date represent Leon NOTICK.I vs. Chancery.Tbamas .

t.1Iii allili: I ii!I ItieH ,. kx USA I in th" '-nniiiar\: '-The HilTeVjil! in. tin. Frock d...; 1'aj.liMierrm. do do.; liuinbnzjiii* do di.! .' Conn y m the Stale Conucation, weeks fmopit rfat, we shall rp'y to t1e hr n. Jefferson Gre.n,
l h"rN <-rVo st T'S DiM'-'itrv ; Cinld'-. (1'tile Siniiiii'r I1"ih." dii do E,ilifli MtTinoe, \% 111'J'lIler I 1 h. J routiti-il I f.iih-orni Oo ; < <.rr <>i do do ; White Lin IT
il tuniWi> >n It al r ; \mly t ii* daVluie Linrn Uouud Jickrti and TaotB. Brown dnj "- for lett. rs of odmiiiisirjfon on the estate of CD!. the defender, Thomas Jefferson Grcf n. is not
\ Jpt ; IS'atiDr.al lrme! ; i do ; Cran* Lui-n JJream, and I'tuck Coats A large a. ortmtiit (L? WE are requested to nominate Riclurd Parish dcrcaje-1. an inhabitant of the United States of North AmtriCM -

wJdi '.J \\\tr-\ sp .tk'r with jrriMt v. IU-IIH ureuaSiSous \PtII1 .nirs' C 'cs I'ook. .f r iiKliHMiii i.r r'.ry. tarli-ty An tlcjant aniiortincnl Major BEN CHAIRES as a randtdnielo teprcaem.tL.- J. D. PARISH, but a citizen of the Stare or Province of 'texas.
: '- Sir. il vnan* furly tint* Nfounm l'rki 1* r'ry-' (;*-';:riis; ; ; Am- ira I FC'.OJ'hv li urn "f FhirK Hi'Jatmi, Cotl'indn.fljle uitli.ISik Lu helm ami biumm Marwill; Linen* Vcts boniuCollar. on Co inty iii the S.ate C'onv< ntion.M MILES BLAKE, it tsorJered by the Court, thai lIthe said defend

'.!. ) ibn 1 UtiliseThe 1 i 7V1I It' I aj ) [ ; Sl :'t !brtiVs <"J. n rop' y. .. tfuitki.: ilkH-lkfu.bliick: Silk Crital. hI.strry. iir.tr rcl 'l7O GEORGE E. DENIS, ant, Thomas Jefferson Green does not appear and
| piocrrdi r rh's P r.1 liooko1' f H >:nr ; .-ro.-d R'oU i j Al-ornfM-rinJ by Ihr nvitarrital! fn>m New York, ana WE authorised T. TURN BULL, answer the bill complaint filed by said Richard

>iid liiunti t! IO\ MI JIKI e liar him. lie r '-rjC'isiiiiiu uf!'iii '"ry : n'liii.d: i: u I.e ; 'iV.i. -..ter8 1I r.i-i 4'flt Tlirubrib tuirlit of!fa-tiioiiabli'>-r uudr tliinnprrwion HATS tbkt li'> Mill l t.e abl1t'ifX'Tut'aiit arc to announce March 10, 1839. 31-wG Hayward, on or before the third day of the next.NoTCrmber .

siJ. 1 :.iid, -.r. thai the C were I 'ierts ul 1 U ;t 'iy, iti:i'!'! !.smihi': Gr rcr>, I Iuin orrft-r t at may tx-i-iiiruiinl to him,a* be n in Gener ri IIOMAS BROWN a< a ca .Jida to rcpre- term of this Con-.t, to be held in* the.

fixtt-oiiii M-tititidiiN 1 til lint II'iUM'. 1 hiv: I J-in.l I.flhilI ; G i" ''r rli's CvV imj-. I llstr.,yflhIrVS' po .rs-iori of Ilifi-f |;ranit rfUiiiten, tlicn.itenal the! nnrk- se'it Lon 't:h<: State Coineoii "ti I '.odd'rd'M! ) Lit.itft ( men and the pkill to riieafItut th f-.urlh .nd inot-t importMiit rame will be laken M&>nfesdand the decree will
: rtsm: r in the Tallahasree
Mfi! c a i r it.ntifd lh.it ihriv ale rle\ -u -Ini"! |>--ii in n-ti-itc !>y and by, the CASH from bis
jiii'ie.' So indigii.iiit v.i< he that he icMind > >_' reriiV .SIVet! < 'i.ili' n j 33 Dr. Thomas B. Wynn --iciiiidid-ite to instalmt of cven and a half per cent upon the said bill of complaint. IJy order of the Jnd-e,

iua b. at. tN aiK, Onto, Adv.i I HineiS .n' Kit -I A I 111 miF.; nH uiV O-rr-n I II I Ij NOTICC. repie 'apral St-ck in said Company, will be required Thomas Randall. THOS. [I. DUVAL, CTk,

.---- j \ritli e-ic ; Ad tms' >C'% A ithin-; c ; Co bum'* j jil'irsi sent. Leon County In ihe S uite Cmnibetitiur.. to be paM to the Secretary on or before if\ first By L. W- 1). S TONE, Dt1.- Cl'k.
I Lc ;on>.; I IJ :ley's Alg'li/i : I-iy's A'c'-br-i' ; t fIX MOVTIIP. n/irrdatr/ apilrat; w.itt tim-ma!c to th f next. All stock r.ot attended t-> will February 3, 183826CmINFORMATION
(2I1ICUS. I Il.nioraM'- ol the I t'ouittyieiu,i ofLron County fi.rlrt of letters icnuvn'ng in tlmt p-st oSIcc al lay April
|I Pl yfi'rVEiic-il. I Ih's i i r nf 41I.l.'i from th.a Jniiiiistr.ili'in of the -natt f.f fIST! -' on the tir td ,y of -Var h 1838, !>.. ubj"cc t-> future By order of th>j Board of WANTED,.
IiIi New (jri iniar; Mr. PI. !| s' r.'a 'y ll< z.-kidli I'otiiliT. tlrcras**!. l terif taid enmity. D.rt-ctori, Tallahassee Rail Road Company.
and not betuic advtrti.cd.Aldermm have ascertained that fifty-two baNs of cotton,
: t Performance thi! Eveninir. LiiKo'u'd D-nany; II.ty" n.'s) rinvJ'0rv' ; C > -i- !I ANN BINDER. Exxiitrix. T. R. BETTOR Secretary. I
> JatncnAltou CornclitaI of
Lciy black the
of James
1 Ul'JJKAlM: C. ru.N'UEll. Eiteator.j of the estate crop
e's Alro
t's II '
Phyn .M
; i.s. Vr.s"| C.-.i I uidri's.N'MniKl.y IRM.
: Marc
Marci 1. i-.t :rt L-n Henry 10. have
.MR. WATERMAN CofMOT ; Augustus 1836, were brought to Tallahassee, and received -
I : ,Th..loy; 1'F l.'b iur.tI: T.i.-rJ j' 1fyr\Vli7l."UiriIniUl.i liw Incln-rt btI.r, on SATUKII A.ki>ii> Mary Moor \\MliiniT3 TWENTY DOLLARS KEWAUD. account sties of bat thirty lour; any infqr-
V -i*w ii a v uia i> "H ii| \.tar &l I \Y U"* thirty fir.t of March
hC'l'rV TWO
iliy NCUUOCS11'iMii
respectfully announce to the citi- j t nril. < AndersonValker Morgan Mrs Ujchaidlrnry Friday evening 2d March, from m at ion of the manner in which the other eighteen
I\Valts on 11"* fl.I id; Mn? '.lI s :Si-!f-Ivi n, .t d c IlnmU, tirLinjinj to ibemlatr Jiwpti llarlcv. diedK. STOLEN *
lirens ol f Tallahassee, and its vicinity, { KidJV |'!I\M''J! C itiilitiunu! Man; S..i-'lic'' > P>n; h J. HACKLEY Amnp1 4 Mila: { J near K rr& Kirksey'sstore, a large ales were disposed of, will be thankful! received.

that this pvemnrr is the last of f their I IK jiliy i.f Natiiiii' 11i't.ry; ( dbn.t..e.'. [ hIus-! I March 17 32_ _ _ _ .lcmmi.r Richard B Ii11tr j IJ size light drab over coat, with a sun 11 rent *n the ROBT. RAYMOM REID.
Marche't Savlo
ALIi Ir iowan
performance ,M ge left arm, and both of the buttons al the hip are Persons willing to me upon
rntiiek' \ItSIIAL'S SALF
in this place, and fiom the extend i.hyC.POWCIS; I ; \\Ihtis' :'t? ._ Alley BllDeuden :Miller Win C ;} nearly off. Whoever will det rt the thief and ra- his subject, wjll apply to Air. R. H. Berry.
I I Jt' ; ; .'t hric&.usI, .n thtc I nKI C7-IIY[ VIRTt'E and in piiMiianee of an rx utinn from 1 waud! M C..I1 II .
e patronage recci ed/ the Company ; Newninn't. I Illirioii<-, or Bl ni'a Itt tone; S HIP tuivrmr Ckiurl t I EVERITT.
will endeavor he xa n.b-r'a i Kviili-nrcs c/ Clt.i I iijn:u! SulIivanV 1 H ill Itiiflred tor .ale before tbe Court Hoiueior 1 reward. AARON wesks after date application te made
the ; Maso-i
to performance: in Marianna, (iii th st-pnnil !unlay in April| next for cash. lctanJ Janies Mis .Martha March 10 SIX
rtill ] P.l.uc! l CJass IV.k. me following l. n more pleasing and amusing, than any IMTF.S or TiTn'o.v.FonhiM.on ihirtv Iwn. T"iwnstip fivr. Range nm.. N and W.. and am John MBr Dr lsa* \\ TRUSTEES' SALE. Leon County for hare to sell land belonging to the

former c veiling. For particular*, see bills und -r9 yjap of ae, prrjuirter I khip Kiul liv-lialf. Si-iuih KmieL--l-ii-t aloe quarter, fi and Sciioii l. T No.tatHfy thirty Fajdfifc one. Town in fa- < nrn R lirt Mural AcbillcJ pursuance to a deed! of trust, executed by estate Richard Parishdeceased.

_March 31 183R.C"WE I (>0lr t orofartn 1Ird.n lt.njani, eicjnenms. LJ..Iii'1'e Tnri.er Now 1 in.IS J IN.', Mills to me and the late Sompson Pope, J. L>. P.ilUSII, Adm'r.March .
<.r cltildrf ov 5 r.J I ;i> ill.it} t THOMAS M WIIITK. IVmty Acting Built Charifs Oakf-.rd Charles 3, 188. "U-w6
r l him Richard Carnochan
debt due liv to
to srcu a ,
:; in place i.f JaiueV Etum ilrc.
are authorised[ to i.o-ji- I'-'y > 001Orr ftlaribal. Odeu i%
Mar.mnna, ltruk j)hn M cr4.tlmB.Qckenbfou Charlesion, South Carolina, which ditd is of record COTTON B8OgR4GI
f' ifr.il Jinn I1. DL-\M. as ami.ill i te! to icj.re- \2 yeir ))2 00 ; Wm 11 r.meitPr in die Clerk's UfRce of the County Court of

rfl Li n C .iinty m ti Stntc Coi.vc-. n. Thepiil.xiri elurjj- iii tji! Sim nary, re NOiUE. hell! Jmts S Piulii.s Vi1fl ii J irk-on County, I shall proceed lo sell at Marian., And OorpRijssion Merchant, .

M HC'l' Jl_ fur .Musir, per jjinrer, J5 0')) IN'rnrikr<|iKnrr (.f ttv M-il Supfrior Court In Leon a* Buliuk Ldmond l'JtioU S.lijman Jtckson County, Elorida, on the first Saturday in lubscTJber would inform his friends and;
French m.w flied bv l.iuiutcrf< ni>f with the urxt Urn nf th<- aid T5g
0 (K) Courl in {'ranklin < nnity which laitcmtrl. cot B.own IljLrrlliift ?4tlucarschtiz ThomnPy Mnnh next, LYPIA.a Nep> woman embraced in public in general, that he commenced
!) ;.ing and piitlin: : in | real in*, tanin.t be djournnl without great public many mcoqrrnj ur. liaopt Jamci A n Joseph 1) said deed, to satisfy first, the expenses of the sale the business of Cotton Broker and Commission,

GltAND SCIII..M !'. ilcftrcneri-The! TrusiccsLe 2t-c to n icr tnj j -mc-ui.r which ICUKIII. and al trurp<|nmt of thi inembtrrti Cristrl Mimi i M 2 IVay James and rot attrndi*; saLt trust, and 2dly, lo pay the Merchant, in the City of New Your, and is DOW

('a.eal; jri. s. 5,()0'i, 11,0 I 10,0.00. T rt JO.' :', COO, j the following gens'eni'nlt 1 i ofhf bar. and in virlui of. lh-! power confIded in me by Chili enden L S l'4rs.hiSThomta| A de'H due said Carnochan. prepared to receive Cotton, and other produce trended
2,0i: 0.5-1' of IU.00. 40 v. S. S ).\ !s, Aunsn: ; Jfcv. 8. J. Cas&cls, I S l I.w-ht iM-ri'.r ir d.iirl or ird Iw pui-tponml and dir -ct and
Ij.-k is n). Sharr> in j.rrtp ui 1. Sa] s ;vjllf"i Maron; D.. U". I IVeem] b, and D P H.,1.,1. i May ni-xl. anil that pnxxii now i.',u>- <. un W, di eJ.n the I 1J> .i t p j| C.jtII' '''I"; n.n.c' (:L i14Ie4: .'.1'.Iiie! ; uiiijV iii L. I madn returnable, i he laid I aft nif-ntioned day. Hy order t Chrk Win WCi P. rmh Mss J A Dee SQ 1837- 9lJfOThe acquaintance in the Northern aad Southern markets

W.M. U'it.SO-V. Ildiris, Co) nnU; M j,% ; Cjl. 11. K. Lting, Mtu'.iinn. of IheJiirtje. Trle, TI1O3 H. DUVAL. Cleik.M41ct1 I
j7 ___ _ _ _ above Sale is postponed until the third
_Mrr-'i31.. _I Christie J M Plunder William J as may feel disposed to patronise him, not only in
-- -- i7iu\\TE"ioAiti I if rnnti'-n "" !1 anl'j cis cunncituJ with! this NO 1 ll'E-.Al 1 ihu-t- i.d Incd lu t>.e eitait <>f l'ie CarilewaurCa.cr Palmer Wm B 3 MONDAY in (Arch imt. the sale of their produce, but i.i the investment of
) .
ins.'iiui:; :I''Il. or oiithulul' Lioiul, r.iii l 1c olumid, l h.te S Pei-bl sar* reqocs ed to call on the JarncsCroskey itaer Win liKyaii any part of the proceeds, they may order or dir .cL.
A SMALL fnw.ly anJ ih') < e o- four gei.tLwn ulj-cribr timid will the Hain, .8 the situation of tic Marianna March lOt'i, 1837t 3td
JSL iiy "p;>l> 'tj to cither of the un'It'rsigiud. Joseph Pi-nelopy Mi.s JUSTINIAN F. DAVIS,
North canb'4-ntcitainc-iaiNo-lOI' C.; ] jcmnstrcc A. L. AI.EXAMHiU. Cluii'n. eittfla cannot admit of HHV funh'-r indiit'encc. Chase WilUam! Ross William; No. CO, Waur Street,
Art 'i ;', t l'lhi]
? 1rcu : i' ec. ZAM'L J IMUXETT, T.usV.K ALEX. FOAMY DUVJL, Coleman John P teIehi Jonathan FOR SALE AT AUCTION New York.
M lU'ftluXS.c'y.I AHm'r. qf ti.; S. Pecble dec'd. Hay Joint: lti; kilpli J 8J B-iles of Cotton, balance of crop of' REFERENCES.R. .

i' .N SAL U LA M A .N >I o N Ti 01"S IK; Dr. JOHN II I'OPl.. Fh. 10, 18. 3 -27tf Dewilly J L &. CoDuoois Kiz Jam s ABOUT ihliams'ostatewillbe sold for Cash, oa W. Williams, Sam!. Reid, Gov.Branch, Talahassee. !.

e NEW CITY OF I'tN-ACOLA. MARK A. LAM, All lho- inilebt- lo the ibscriber. for onutanding Lewis \VDanhliry RandolphUudulpli D.his II .VTURDA, Sjtli iiittiit. Jar Lanier. & Co., duiney. J. B.

II i: sulis'-iibcr )-v.'nrpu .),act! u-ira j uvl I) ICiVEC IS.J41E ; i ote an 1 or. cunts, are inf.'med lhat a little ofthcnrediM SttiahV Andiew GREEN II. CHAIRES. Collins. Jtfoniicello. W. J. Bailey, Magnolia.

T (lurntuie, < l thin \v U U'lovxn vxtablislnii' n' Ul.NJFJELU. wutild be vttry acc>*plil>l DoitJuhnPewey K Kllio R..beitR TOM PE1ER CH lIi
Ir'.m1... Tay 01, t"p !atTfpri'| icr. uill b rmiy Mirrh 31 o| 4 _ ALiiX. FORM DUVAL. Joel Umggold Samuel Mar h 15. rCS. W if Executes Joseph.Feb. -. '
< to rre.vc vi iior' l>\ the 1of: Aj-ril nrxt.Nuniir' AN- (JItlINANGF.--- 27If__ DC Costa Anthony C Randolph Ad ilph 3, 1833. 2C-yl

uiund rotily imi.io' 'tnei h will! b : found pi-oln-.it iherunniurof ith- NOTICE. Davis George MD.ckis'tii ijwnzti Mis Ant. GADSDEN SUP.COURT, MID. DIST
T hng< nt I.-.rg sIn LAST NOTICE.
m he nrran.'rmr.its and acrommo.iaiiotis of the the Kirkcyjjiot Sprague Lorei ro4 March term 1838 To wit : March 7, 1S38.Liltlebury .
Corpor.-te limiisof of Tallaliassco 13 friends tlj'it I shall ;
given to corjtinuo claims
Ma -inn IJnu'e JVrtvatd m irerinrnodii u> Ha- my ; Jo'mi'rawT Stephen, Miss Elizabeth H. Jones ) ALL person having against estate

Ume IIotiFes will!! in liu.li, ai'I l tvaimliailit will) be Section IR Beit ordvnH by the Intend.in, and in the mercantile business at the store George Sialford Ezekiel vat > In Obanpery. Jacob Hunger deceased, arc hereby required

TMvidu at rll tirmrs. A stable will I r allarlicd tohe Common Conned of TallahnnM-e! A. X. Johnston, in Gadsden county, FJor. Fill Saroa.l Shierc A F i0waim David Thomas ) Iopresent the same duly proven to T. R. Bet-
That u ihall
IIise wi li giKid tc nnim'ic'Aiionfur I O'H-s uiJ te 4afuil..rho? toS ar |I4rge. within, the incorporate not JOHN J. CLARK. Fuller PavisSFelkel Ilurail On motion of complainant's soj-pi'cr, leave is ton herwise Esq. for payment will beburred.,withm thirty from days ail from.dale!

rftrr .g..a. Ir.*.. r.if hoi p* and wiMgc* w jjl: b limitso'' tlie said Cry. March 24 wl Jack Smith. TLlrz.t A granted him to file amemed! bill, and xr-fbit; in o they recovery
a1 k pt for liin at ni'jdTat: privs, and wiih nnd Sectioned. Bo I it furtho.daincd.. That from Faurilery George L Sphuie>hurQ Morgan this cause agtfn: the unknown n heira of David and at the expiration of said thirty days I shall ap

tow h, a. with per .on: to nnna e ili< rq fjr llnof andtfier i Iii. first cUy ot M y tv it, die marshal ol NOTICE. Groi Lis'.c Siipfr| BethelStrmf.llow Thomas, deceased,makir.c them a party to this suit, ply to he to discharged the Honorable fcom Judge the AdoDinisJlratipit at Leon County of cour-said

1e sjior. B 31 ar.'s and other amusements, the aid ciiy sh.il.1! bat an-h-r-sed, and lie' ,K ncreby THIRTY days from the date hereof (under G tty Uu.ctiird Dr2 and it appearing to the saiufactior. of the Mart that atev STEPHEN W. SNRLL,
LIU31V ound ai w.itr.iig j j}!:i..t s, wjll;i also !b.: fur- -q'ircd, to impo.ind all hogs found runoin Qsuwiiy William ,Siophens Benjamin the said unknown heirs'da not reside in this Territory
ihed and ; at and in virtue of a decree of the Hon. the Gattirith Mi S.uahGiaham Spyyy John Adm'r of Jacob. Hprgct ccc'd.Feb.l .
or.ni'urt-d >
so s not to jtilrt'cn. with large within tlir city, and n fieri ihr.I noiic. ,
heco-niort ?e wine* If ten, bx- piling tip an adiertisem e days at the mar County Court of Leon County) I shall offer Wi.liiim StvpliensVm B Dr It is, therefore,ordered that publication be made 1339. 20,4 wBRQUCHTTQ4A1L .

ndltjurrs I will b-ff 1 t the l>oMrtuaty! ; pdo( n- ket home, tind to ntter: puMic |>lae in the snd for sale in front of the court house door in the Gilttith W.itacc4! Snuight Jeremiah T for the tarn offour moetha,freeAbly to the statutes -. i

*u c a tu'l! supply f J f iro, a rarg a !iic are idy L< en"flared oily, dcc, t.iing the ,a'd Ijogs, i> tain n up and im- city of Tallahassee the following described GnffiiiiJW S 6hirir oii IJ.uuuli in tuck case made and provided ; and that said N the iQihpf J.inuary last, a Boxvwhp'Mys.
: wu h willnnnc abut l"ic iMof lilA '. ',all fluhies lsauc A ASbawBimuel unknown oftaM David.Thomas deceased -do O
) pende.l, |.rn.-erd to sell the mare at public to wit i Thu north east of heirs .M Ulonj to Wm. P. Young, ofCohbsGa.sei4BiJsojiaeidboyjsabou5fre2
Mr. F.G. Ua'iutd, who lojisi ily k< j ta p.mlai| ,.u'ciy a. the market house, to ib<* higljcst kidter property quarter Ill.iclimanVitliam II appear and pi*ad answer or demur to the complain ort

' Hotel! t- 'VaLinju! City, w'ilj conduci ib JJou;! for cash, and aIt'-r d'di iia the cxi.ens.-B; of impounding section eight, in Township one, Range two, IIaywo Kdsllooc ->n Taie Jos-ph L. ant's bJI, filed hereio,Ufore expiration of aid iche hilb.yellow complexion, tolerably wellipo- .

itt t-e M.prjcior, who, wi.h sarhai.t, conot.1ei.ily' ani eeding the same shall j lay one lmfof | north and caM, cont.-iining: 100 37-100 of an Robert EJ Taylor John Wm WThuskyPJ four months,'or the ssmewtht be taken>ftaCOVft4.' Iten j:ifce owner in requested to come fQrward, prove

enaurt, th" vis t-s Of iSt yz ar. nnd lilk frii-i.dt tlit neit prorei-ds of ide najij sijes to 'he ireis- acre ; Thu west half of the south east quarter rdan Floyd T yhr Atrtiecodyfram the minutes, w property, pay charges and take him away,

Puere1 y, that ihry wili'nrcire every possible al> urer of fie Biid city, for mite us-- ot the corporatinn of section in north Johnson l harnJamciJ.ihn 1. it; HARRIS;cterv: ROBERT L OYD.
eight township Van Brunt Richard
ttnnon ones A '
I ; and thrrelT expects ti ci.c rciural aL& thereof and the Mf! er half ho a'lall! le-ainiuhis March 17. 1838. &. Mtrk F.bnnnrS2, 1838 24W
fat of Iwo 'east 80 and Jacob WalterJphinon Virgin J A
J inn. own use. Provided ncyerthr that the range containing acr s -- .
owner -
*J he Ireal dvanta; sof ihis h<-/j proving 18-100 uf an acre ; the \yt-sl hajf of tlje iouth Dr P Vaughn James ICE JCEl? NOTICE.

, '*nion'edatt.jtl.c fd Jr crij-tion hera. The. lm> or their rihit io the ,alpe. and. paying to the west quarter of section nine,in township! "Qne. Kornb>.w P.itjet WyehOorgeJiIhgo.eC.ue.t I HAVE Jim reeivejl anj deposited i> my Ice % 7HFJ15AS the Fist half of the S. E. quarter
'acts thai P nhip 1, ol rang* 3,

thi rnd.zvoiss of the fir krcp'a Use aJd ha and fitv( c"nw a lieadf..r north of range two, oust, cuntaioingJO aresind Kiisey CliloeLongmora Willis J.tmrg C 2 Ion Company Ic*. ainti expect sofla.to rcceiye i. North and Ctft, h". L en wi.hheld trout private en-

Gu'f. V'rnm'"t'J' k.'Iul.iiy oi.i,, cjirauc, rettted Ins' iiwnLle in tnkinf and nnpoand.ng. them 0 100 <>f an acre, as also slip following Mr \Vi.VnIsaac othei carpy;<
fr canMiinily J-r'i..j the fumnfcr* monilii t>7 hall have ihe right to ake up the ho asi impoundeda described lots ii. the con ity quarter section Lok.iney'laid 'ijghl p.iiiicl \VWntjon that ih'eV can" be" sopulied. dfilV through' the whole kad. I DOW give public notice, lhat on UM iSfeb
the ,,citlrt.7 from thir Liven Jai.ica S Jothaa season, -k '- ,. VI*, day March applications ill be receive far
tKe of afr next,
of Leon and
prov and paying for tile' of Und. of the known
emp. county ,
tie Alfred 2 Walla, h J J B
t I3y cvid the n ', Lcvj Persons wishiag loaabsoribe will please leave said land.
; hurng islat di and Se ti"n 3. And be
nyer Itfurihor ordained Tint all
th number 43 44 50 and 57.,
abundance ami dd r ry of tlie fill. n itb whiCh iiwtor ordinances heretofore thewaid as Lots ,. The LamUCbacl a, .. 'Wjilianma llrnrL.tthan their Damp at the j+x oC.the Cityflotflitntqijurierly :,, R. J. H4CKLEY,Reuter.TaUaha .
the wIter $bOt.jn and p.oxhnjy ic ih bt Sr.u fiorporaiKH.onthiieubjeci.be.patwd and the by above being a portion of the real estate 'ofDanjnl Tkomas WIiphKILivinatQ0 14 sdysc. wilJb8 feonir ",***.i*, I38 1 no_<

; tfl4riIfi; ie PnsoI ih prerrence hereby repealed. W3J. illLUARD me' are Faust idepeajcd, and sold by order-of .Tboma lee fciuusa beonenftd oa the) &nn Uy atpril, :_- .. *
11o for the above letters-,will please ib FRANCIS
and Jw yn\l. 9 d ivf r regular qt MARKH
latiIudp as : and Man h 31 34 w2 for benefit of the legal
ahcathy lutenlanf.KUU cowL the heirs and
tei hifiel Ittmme, tc tskfor ad verliied tellers.Msrrli cry morning until 7 o'clock. THO.SchmMkedfttttStfrrtj R1O W ; I( '
: Tint rate toat. will 1in betseen Pensieo'a iiid CATION.4MARREDc representatives of- aid tate,4nd by permit- -.- -t. G. $ AtY'P.'M.iMarehlG IIJiw3O1Ait4.3 o n % of the graat

Mubs.e. (ani wjltat aUtue Lwable 'otek the pis. | :',n'e jn,8hd sntdu of, the ion oIthe adminiatratrix.'a tIT S I _, : Sieepautke&poat.ake.3-abd 4 mile, heats, 'at

erger rm tie New Orkaus tuAII.n. gowf eoiiaad lo gruoced a&p MARYTAUST, A3' in : .1 -LoS'Ifta I Tallahassee, wilj stand
ARNOLD. in ikf butineMuf: to ti m, and sccioomed s* with its case fer. I. Marianna .
J. HACKtEY thi t (he'present
$ Feb. 5 R Auctipnc *,j j hb.4P.WdL ti 4 o .
34ihihingth to isid tbe prcQ iay: And unilergradc co.ur Q -a en6a'whipn; has already -

tniieI enaa 'omfr their fat. with candidtU for, an, J members X, tb $9iathi March 24. ,,1838. /t.33-w4' i_ bidders aiti R' II klI&GJ4. cs a edmmtBCrd,' atFIFOLtAR9tya- '

Mr.ewt1h CIfl itidress the prurietor. &.I'enaaco; or Caroljii ,Ciincgi,'"wiklirs la l.oatim,elf,perrotne t .- -i.L : -.: rstat I)4aqkb r aQV. $ ?."( $ ( $ .kitttdlb.- '

1. I ayIvt, aL Aew.Vrlcauig, the fo flier, > tlv (altbe ejcpiratioui T U3pr. ontyevir.>4 LAST NOTICE.r .ra cri dr rpdUt1 (y : fl hiiUWteftWtlfcUMfW ttilrtUM*

.. Jieoltlij haripf f J<)W, *n PfiMcapti of ju .ic&4 % 1. 4cdMFf4&clri 4bd. 'r iyjfrtl'CVM!?
MCMpng'atflee. "j'8andtd E.q Mr, my or C>!!eje, u, lady>M 4qvs'd. almost SO ,POiHtO apd+ li &,* appI C t stte''We,. 'J (a b 44 .. v Q -
.1Marcri. 17.3jA. .
q r- eFit nirAec parueahriofpeifein.we .
KU. az4rat*
year* 10 tbe rIuom ,h'c.uattvcthi't i1'1'k4 Mutr, for a fiol NT1CLTL
and iniend* it. Lu. Asin.so1.Jir. Itfd, 11 merit and dePrh.. &1 adtalnh''ratioi ofilmesT&orJi rig S L I.) SI 0 aT'V&ta'riNs .uta rwt jiMkibilk,. Spiru, of .the

Rtk.tctcea (.rcqwpcy.,4 caiq& 4d 1 IX.week.. wifl be mai&tW .,
vc I .?)J4r1I Lr1AH'nu :j.P1TTMAN.
A. 'de gi LLLerary 1 44.it.b deceased.. :
i.te purchtie, at Parrn Hit. and FJoiida., Leuerj d ItLiThekme. to come forwadJ A. Y L MdrCfffNtcrfi3flJLVinoi Lusahe 4ib.Tiis.
r v4I 4O.LjfleWtb : Qs1n* -
H. HACKiEyl r A.MT'St. _

14th M.b, i I 7; i 'i .) .; IfllRS, Ql-mg' Jmo.Marrh 17 / Mia* -, MurcWM/ tbeirfrehakrptjJ.

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: n ,_ __ L : BlaVHaPa-BOB 1 *4** TAX EXECUTIONS.: .,--
bric Lu
BR1DGETON,(W EST JERKYHIGB) drocerie, Groccrie*. T-.I cinda? sut,5a1br, Jrom New bas just York receT a large per assortment EAIAjr BY Tirtue of a tal execution issued bv m
York c.4lectorforJeT( **
BY arrivals from Bh.fr and New Groceries and Pnmsito, consisting in part of rsoncr-naty LiiKTu-
.i school has been in.aucccssr operation for I bay.juu riy i d are openiaf at Common Whiskey .ic District of Florida, shall eiaoetonSSJB'n

I II THIS three and the Store formerly Mr. James McMuU the town olMonliccIIo.Jefl'llOneOt.atJ T*
tban years at or* oUPle Old do
mixed, it has a mule and tirA&ISdepartmi.tbutalthough a punt l len, a large and thnic assortment of GROCERIES Common Rye Ram;; first day of April next one lra-t or parcel ol r la

j in the of in and PROVISIONS wble are offered to Brandy imated in said a-unty. number* on ncrwn .
., I one school use apparatus aid Superior Chimpafrne: and Cognac Ie.
. ) the di.sion of Ubourlor instruction; yet in other the town or country trade on very accommodating Madeira Claret and Malaga Wine &". upon as the property or Ltwis fc Allen, anJ trv
II term* vix: old to taxes due Territory "i Tobacco P'y
taQB3D& respt-cis ihe departments are entirely b Common and HOI1.r-dew ; county 'w
lJe "m.LDr in; kept in dinert bui.dings. The a.pe PROVISIONS.Sup Snap. Sort, CofFee, Ruiiins; sair. Amount of taxes,nine dollars *"

AUCTIONEER school is to furnish the best advantages for a thorough Baltimore cur canvassed Hamsdo Picklea,Culer, Porter, Candles; five cent, besides mt.V.. C. SMIird1t7.Taz *

AKD Enghxh and Classical Education la the mod.dpmtL MiddlingiBaltimore Segars. Vinrgar.Powdtr, Shot, *c.flsrt -Cullec or, Jdl'dtoQ "l1a.

Commission Merchant pupils willbe filled for Colegl.: for an New When Flour a btndeomc: ajatirtment of Dry Goods. January, 188 I J'

&tifeB WAX Mondays and Saturdays. if desired, or for business. In No. 1 Butter and I aid Clothing Crockery, Sadalrry, Hats, Caps, -c. ONE THOUSAND

order to accomplish this object in the best manner. Codfish, Mackerel, and Chee. which will be sold low on arcommodaling terms. DOLLARORF

,I N. York A Marks. ine of Packs Mr. H. lloli, who is now an nsMfUnt, and who baa LIQUORS. WILLIAM CENTER, WARD !!!

had cjtperi. ncc ant l sa- cess in teaching, will be a- Champaif, CO Dat aid Spanish No. 4 Bsrry'a row. above reward will be ciren for i tIJc

socistfd with die subset iiK-r in thegovernment and Brandies. I Per Tuscawilla, daily expected, *5 bbls. superior THE of JOHN GREGORY I :

\ : a instruction of the school on the first of May next, Helland Gin, ccnntry Gin, Jamic Rum Flour, Rice, Bacon, &.e. ly of Thomas County, Georgia, cl.a-gtd -.J"'

: at which lime th.reitIbeopen&d as a boarainfh' Mononzahclu and common WhiskeyTpBACCOES.. Oct. 15, 1837. 10 ._,__-__--- dietmentin said C nimy, with the mU'dororr
r n>e f r :ig lidies under the care of a ludywMI olas Lewis about two year* since Gr. .
F ItT Rate Vessels and experienced A/asters quiliriid the house now occupied by the subscnbir. Superior old Principe" Cigars. FOR SALE. A fresh supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINEjust about five feel four inches high thick seC'Lu

wi.l; b, en4Moj-c. in this line, to sail fr. m either I Miss L. Hawley, who (hal been Cuba & Havana in do h EVERAL Light Jersey JFnggon's with bar. icceived. hilt, blue eyes norid eomplexioa, rewrtidw!

t poi t I-a vessel will sail on the 8ih and 24th of irena of the lemule department| for nearly preup ur. Fine Cat chewing assoitmrnt Tobacco. papers and other tobacco '_ ness, roll compUte- Also two or three horse SOLELY from vegetable matter distant in his manner, bi a scar caliollerl b, .

every month, and ofiener should patronage ref wi bard with, and have the paiticular charge of Complete ifac.cabau chewing wtjons. IFM. IL FRANCIS PREPARED HOUCK, Baltimore which maybe gun hot wound (.n his heel. Of the abo,."

; QUire young II die out of school, and from her easy S.otr.h. 4ttappee 'nuf. lit'c.30, 1837. 21-t( taken with perfect safety by nil ages & in ill dii- ward, $200 is offend by thr Governor of (Ge52.**

WM. WYLLYS PRATT Agent N. York and agreeable manners, amiable disposition and Loaf Gunpowder and brown, lmpcri.il, &lson .H4C; its cures are for the following: diseases :- gia the residue by the citizens of T

ROB'T LYON, Agent St..Mark happy fjculty of communicating knowledge, it is Rio, Havana Sugar, N..IasC nud fine Salt' Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Inflammation county and is now ready ami will Up,
1 St. Mark<,.;pnl LE}, 1837. '..Iy'r.i lieved thai Miss H. will give entire katisiaction to Ciitton Bacging Cot.e..coarse Rope. MISS PARROTT of the Stomach, Heart Burn, Diar-hcea,Dy s. the delivery of said GregOry.inthe jail or TV.a

i I NOTICE. those who commit their daughters to her care. A Bloom Raisons Chocolate almonds Jfuitard, water : informs the Citizens of entery or Flux, Piles, Fistula,Obstructed Mensura mae county, Georgia. Gregory has lilt, t, .

i. persons who are indebted i* E. B. picas mt and airy mansion ceparate from the other, and butter, Crackers. Sperm Sweet RESPECTFULLY' vicmtjthat l hr SEMINARY tion. Ague and Fever, Billious or Remittent Fever, ded in or about Columbus, (.,eorgia tnj inunoT"

,. THOSE : by note or account, are ear- 1 has been procured and will be en-arged and fitted Oil, Lamp Oil, Powder Shot C.nlle, rt. .-For for Youso LADIES, wi 1 commence on Typhus Fever, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas cd to bf. about removing to exas. tr-

t r"slr: requevhd to make immediate payment to Up us a boardi.ig house for 'lads, und r the immedi- sale by G. Rife. E. LIN UEXDERGEll. Monday, October 23d, in tl.c Rooms lately occupied or St. Anthony's Firs Asthma, Pleurisy, Measles THE CITIZENS OF THOMAS COUvrv"

the snhscubers bcforthe first of September, as all at.-co4rr..l of ihe Principal. The number in eah Tallahassee Oct.&21. 11.tf by \.. Orchard as a Seaiinary. Yellow Fever, Costiveness, Wind on the 'u" Jan. 6. 183*. "

! ;. account remaining unp.n.l at that date will: be put house i is )limUctl, 5 that. the pupil can be brought FOR SALE. The instruction pursued in this institution will mach or bowel, Cholera Morhus, Consumption n-"l hr Colam'otiS S'ntlnet end Enquirer;

.1 into the har.dsof an ai'orney for collection. undi-r the rgulaio.sf. a well organized family, embrace a complete English course. also the Modern Influenza, Colds, Coughs Inflammation of the Mo ill\ Registerwi: I p"blilh thc obo'und\J;.slid

' E. BARNT.( 'lRO, Jr. 4- CO.f and be associated with I the teachers the nton familiar 100 Bbls of Flour, and Lunguiges, Music, Drawing, Paiminjr, and rhcst, Palsy, Gout It Hhcum.uism InGiimaiory sore their acC"Unt5 to this office.ff .

July 1,1tH7.-17 Fur E. B.Perkins.COPARTNERSHIP. and friendly terms; nnd thus serme all the 500 Busheltof 0 it', byilAIM Ne-die Work. throat Inflammation of the heart
f! __ : .VADDEN. Fancy Croup Dropsy i-: SUBSCRI I'R. ihe general
advantages of the larger barding cho .1", and ,4- The present erm will open Monday, October23d (ticket, Dieaes of the Liver, Jaundice, Pifflealt'l JL TilE APLAIJICOLA Agt q
f Marks Dec. 2 17-if LAND
avoid the evils. Parent and guardians, who ale weeks- CU\iPA.
t IR3i and close July 23d, comprising loity of making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, ,
" will in the
' THE subscribers have this d.iy entereJ into .desirous of giving their chili ron and wards, a I th r. LAW NOTICE. The term d vided ino four sessionsach succeed .Scrofulous affretionsof the members nnd ligimcnu.Mercurial NY. open an e in city <>f A.lor .al"rblo olt
" the sale of the LOt d and LANDS
. under the firm fc ,
Taft Holt ;
and syntemalioeducaiioncana\ail ihemscliei bonja
ongli ueek.TEIIMS.
-M7M. M. RANDOLPH ATTORNEY ed by lolidsy of and Venereal disease,Ulcers, t-ores Affections to the and for
l & Co. Company lhrfr.iiisaciionofi.,5
of this' pportunity. 1 be location is recommended of the skin & all diseases from Impure ,
TT rising
AT the Courts
will i-rac-icein all sine hi Extensive
LA. i to.
!s relating re ,llneJI'
r G,8 TAFT, at lurly pleasant and heaKhy)', of eiy acciss For tuition in all English "tudies Price -
pact departments Blood &C. bottle
in Middle Florida, and will a nd tniuicb business per $2. now making for tbe f.U.fx.sc ot'tal.. :
GEOIM2BG HOLT to the large < ities bem! within a ride of six hoursof \ lortboe 12 Inionn j l
as may be entrusted io his care Office in the build per y-ar of forty weeks, t"0,0, over This meilieinf has a powerful effect aa a Springand the Lanes alreidy
GEORGE MILLKR.SuMaiks.Jalyl. Philadelphia, ten of Baltimore, and iwthe of ing Call and Walker. years of ngr ; for those over 8. and under lit, 840; Fall Purifier in thIeorllllS constitutions require concemui" urre)edoiexpw| *)

I 1K37._ JJNOTICE. Washing.on. A parental watchfulness will be .:x- October toimeily ocurie, by 13-tf ansi for those under tt, SU; half payable in ad- nourishment and new vigor ; such persons may i>e obtained by appllc.lt.UII| to me at Ai.&i.i,.
c..la to M JuXlJW BHUWtN
attention 2th or r. T lU
ercised thl' boarders and ibeatrictesi .,
vtrce. would be much bt-ncfitted three
by tiling two or
. f A LL wi'l' tUr notice that 1 have tins paid to their hell morals, and department, A OK. ItELKK'S ASTHMATIC PILL, Modern Language, each per year $15,00. bottles, which may be taken without regard to drink who is.authorized, to iceeive of propdtaNiiui is :
pers'-ns p.ired t Jive descriptions much ot the J-tT
well to & Of tin ir time cut of and a little ntiention to their min:Ilra. Paintin .0. On
,1 "f timely a Drawing and a diet.
1 ; d.y fileil in the o.lic1 of the Clerk of tJ adsdenComv a l or Many persons are diseased for the wan Application al o be made to John Csruxk/i
a wi.l be dcvolrd to hea.tny: :. exercise linn will insure mi ion of these 'OO f-r she may >
y Conn,Fl'.nd my final: rt'portand account leho part usually: n lig.it Music $ term.Embroid. of blood being purified. Thousands of (Arsons arc at Quincy.
f" sports, and a part to regular study, und<.r the 'disorders and effect The Pills and Worsted Flf.wrs,and work7.
as Guarclnn: of ihe late Henry S. Ma-h'wrn, and usually a cure. ry destroying their conslitutious by neglecting to apply JOS.

t th it so soon a! the law allows, I shall demand of personal hopcrmienJancean.an: aid of learhers. They I are also an easy and effectual remedy for I lie MATKRIALS: : -EXTUA. a proper remedy ; in such the Panacea nil! be .fpaachiola! Jan. *T1838-2 .DELAFlELD-ll".rCo81X .
" I the aid Court the seillcmenl thereof, anti my discharge wil be rcqu.r.d to ntund Church on the. B. oath, symptoms JrCetling and accompanying the Finch Young Lidy to find her own s'and and more Loan doubly valuable as n certain and effectual

. ns *uariilll.rHOS.. ORA Y. tle rhou'o of Inch will be left uiih the parent or Asthma and f! cold. chair. means of rht..rint them to perfect health and \,' m. n.h alter the dai. Lereoil
Oct. iXUh, 1S37. 13 pu.irdi.ui. Mr. lloli will divide his time between >r coughs, Boarding can be hail for the pupils at the Seminary v-t'or; ; few families are exempt trom Scorbutic .1 In.1ilapp'y' u' the Jud e or ihe Coinij Curt
i the t "0 departm. nts in such a manner ns will b.:t diiEctilty breathing, /i litness and siricluleacr's anti l in genteel private (anvlies.: "fiictiol1s"hid rxhibit various lymlloml as Eruptions c'f Leon Count), Fl.riiia, tl'be,!ulcuar.J tt xa ill!

1 NOTICE. conduce to me interest of both. Tie Pnmipal. will the chest, \hcing, pain in the side, Every nt'emion' 'i ill be paid to the .Afind andMsnisers I Ulcenitioii?:, Debility, LobS of Appetite and further duties as atlmlDi"tlalor ofchi.ja c.

I A LL ,persons imL-hird! to the estate of the Kite also five occ sion d inftrtn tn n in Ladies school.A spilling| of bllllltf'c.. Few cases ran occur of of the Younp Ladies committed 'o the Digestion, all arising from impure blooil. and it Fort,deceased whicu Ul.er.Mtl a 'llijhj-.tttjo.u wn j jgrunud

I .t. Charles A. N-.liC'n l are request'-d to make few more l. ds, us boirdcr.can, be received during any oftliN chac; III' dijonlers, in which t tile purchase cl.'It!( 01 Mi-s I'arroti, nnd it Will be her effort 10 nut properly attended in, me sure to> produce the to me by the Judge of the said cumy cotrt

; j Oaynuni t.,the undersigned and all persons having the present session. Terms for.ordef in the. of Dr. Rdfc's Pill will not find a rich merit I lie approbation oilier friends and pat'on.. greatest injury in the C'JII!L1tullOIi. Panacea it. rcrornniendcd i.f Ue.,n. .3. U. bECKCXM.

".. 1 I ,Iiimsill picsent the same fer pay.ent properly n.nle! rlei'.iltment, will vary according io studies return for their trifling expenditure Young Ladies discI.nnertedvilh ihe Seminary, in toll seasons of the year, and in particular Jan.27, 1838.Cr 2 mVIII.

I fi 3utacnticated, or the same will be barred. from $150 10$160 per ann., payable: quarl ly. one Price-whole boxes, 30 pills.! jl; half boxes cm it desired, receive instruction in any of the as a urcvrntalive from all ditcasrs i j in warm cli- \ P. Duval,J.'lq.,is my attorney,1..1 ptr.

I : P. KERR, h.il Mt the comnienrement: of it.e sl -hn. the 12 pills 50 cents. liranchet.llErcRENCEs. maicsand those persons, ulien diseases are prevalent S',n* naving any business with till tsia.e, oil Cotllol
I JAS. A. .BERTH F.LOT.I other half nt the close. In the female 'lepartneiitt: lIrs.1Ie hv STEWART & BARNARD.Dec. --Gen. Brown,Ju'Ige! Randall,Gov. by taking the I'.iiurea three i>r four tunes ftcl'kor 1'j.n._-_&U.U.STEWART& .
t. Adninistratoi. terms (rum. $l lO to 5l40p nnn. Thtsi charg-s! Call, Col. Bu ler. \ three wr four table sJtlUnrul'sVhC'n going
include toil.OBaj1iinz (not to exceed 12 17, iS36. Tallahassee! Oc, 11th, 1837 10-4w SMALL OOD, ig.ntif ti,
t f, Jan a''). IS 24-t{ load lobcJ.nnd the peison may tear apprehension of .
fuel and domestic TOTIIE ASTHMATIC & CONSU%IPTIVE. ttoi. 'ch.ry w. ie, C..tunk t.GI.
pieces par \ ) liglitu, every being attuckcd lib the Cholera Yellow Fever
Clerk's OJttcc, Leon Superior Court, care during the seiol 01 siudy. Pupils will furnish THE most prevnlnnt and) fatal of all Disease TO THE PUBLIC. c.li5;U&e,as this medicine is a valuable restorative have custztstly o.i h.ind. a aU1 ply ot cua-n )aiu
O'na'urs tb
\ AJitill: I):...it of FloriJj, Jumary b', I 18 8. their own towels, bed and bidding or pay nn civilized Hf>cily-tlie Cun4utnuIiouInitty [ f the the anu troiu aU e I..ct..ry. Ale.ikibU
I <
It is due to Miss PAKUO FT to sate, that the > system thereby invigordliiij and o.l.ers, tan be 5upJUd Ly wh..Ieslcurrt:1.iJI! )
1 Richard Ilaywaid, Complainant 1 extra charge exceeding $2 per quart r. UOOKS generully je traced to the least ,binning o ,'(>institution and enabling it to bear the debilitating ,
LI ; > In Chnrery'.J. and sifttlonary will bf funu:hfd as dioap as they iliiwrders, a .Iight but neglected cold. Hy entmution! chirges in her school, both in their present reduced. effects of f all climate ; it is conveyed by the circulating :ow fur 17 c..vh 1838 only
and 23v 8
in edeiermirud Feb
their ori'illlli form
J t t's.Gr"en, dcf'nl'i. \ cnn oUauiid: e'sehue. Music and Drawing it append that one hundred no.I hilly tbousand per we fluids and -
F b correr.tsthieirtenthncy t<> all those '
instanre F.oriuittn
by till advice of her frieitds. In the first 1 h. and \\atcliman will
.; I : nperHi, \' 'a'is'ucl..r' )' evidcnea, that' the 'vii! Mu.ht at an txtta charge, wlimever Uurcbe "onl die annually of the consumption. Mint of these diseases which originate in vitiated LI..ncJ. diseased pleiKinvt
I Ifrielldas co'sul'edvho. having children toeducae the tibuve fl/r six weeks and send .
tuciracc ui.toth !
i tie on-Vnt.! Tlifinas JrfTerbon Green, is not an iurTici-ni number inform a c'as. dreadful reiulls may be attributed to common cold. from 01 advised higher liver, depraved appetite, or predisposition to affections .ffil..
r I t iuh.htllltofllel'nilISla ,s. but re.idetinlhr Tlia year of study iadi\i Jcd into tworessions nf and a negligent treatment of the iMrrassing cough d"lrcary nt the luii'-s.. -- "
than the
uld and
provuuv l' o I: Texas, it is ordned, thai th<: said d.t. .,- t"o quitters each. One irom the hat of M;.y to the that generally ensue*-which i is usually followeJ by rate nrcuinstance w. justify; coosler.I-: matter It resembles in point of taste and flavour a rich TiiNVAhL:

:I 1 1It ;-nd till do appear here on or L. f- re the I If-l'i' Octot Isto October-the othirfiom the I>t of November difficult breathing, pain in the side, end ntl.ixt Ulcerated lion in he cnns und qnencebeingsutmitieJ inetl. af1rnatiiie lor!eht.eralio"tle-rl cordial rather than a medicine. Every person after ; E subscriber COI.I.nue. tu car>y on the nwa-
< T
t bern"-xi. &'>.1! answer the r\mpl.tlnltnts lull, or the to the 1st ef Apiil L. F. CLIFLIN, Lang Violent and repeated Asthmatic cided upon tbe pre>en't rates,a*the lowest i.-.1 uc i i',n taking mercury in any way shoulij have recourse n g o: Tin Ware, ODd w.lUt al ltimh .

. !; t same wit 1< taken for confessed ogain&t him., and Principal. ticks 1&111I0 bring on Consurnptue symptoms. One which in re.ison it >s pos-ibl. to make. It is ,wi'h U, one or two Uiillcs i.' tillS medicine. In the decline .ve on lund it grn r.1 auorm e--i, viibcr at",. iaa

1. t the mnCi: .n.l this g'ih ' i jii'd it i fmther. ori'ereil that of tliw order J U \\ estrot: Jr.. C S Sibltv .ec. EYE WATEIl:
: a.opy ; t&q. 1'alatas \ and recommend to the jmtronngc n f th,irfcllo by excess, it nourishes ItotrclI tl'enl and supports a. y iuthern market, aeiiverubie at mj lUn Li
I be pun'C'! nionthly fo nine months in some newspaper I Rev JAS bhattjn, Irvingiun, A. a., D Stratum, For wore or inflamed Eyes give immediate eas and citizen*, II seminary in which the high m"ra! it:-it is not presuming low fir to odi), that u actually i aJlah'ISte. WM. 11. FRA.NtW.

J l published in this litriet. Columbus, Ga.Bridgeion relief. On recent More eyes the effect is mot salou and inte led ual character o! the arcomplished priu- prolongs life. 1'. f*. Ha-ing now an eapereusced Wuibmi.a .
,I f Trst.THUS.. n. nuv ALl CI'k. Cumberland Co., N. J., F.b I, JS38. ry.-Where the complaint has been of year cip.il i is suflirient guarantee to the pupi s for the ac- This Pan-cea has been introduced to the publicfor ,I ariicles. : will te made to Older in the ao'sie.;

I! Ja'\.lt: 1881"1,9"_ 3-2 standing, and in some exceeding bad ca
I I. NO 1'ICE. B..OUGIU tJ jut on ihe tiiir4 day of-f unexpected and desirable relief ha! been found in education. in ia i fivotir for its efficacy, in sohuri a time, than tin'are 01 ...eet iron business. \b. HJ f.

pr-rwis injt-litr-i II Lester CiO"k, late of in Thomasvillc, Th.m the ue of this eye water. alter every other remedy Thomas Randall allY other medicine ever discovered.and its nan-e at n.6, IHUd. i-\l\

4 ALL:! '(,!! (jih- r by iioteor account, ar? re- Georgia, a iveero boy by the name r'l JOE; hit says had failed. Man} persons who have used i:. pro. Thomas Brown IIImand abroad, will induce hundre s, aye thou- J. \1D i-UR : -\Lt.
1" quc-tp.1 t.,(tJIflC forward and n.ake immediate he belong to Washing on Dunam of L ber- nounce it the best preparation for those complaint '.andi. to upply for it, to reap the true virtue
to the subscriber, and pn-vent suit. payment iy county, Geoigia, but wlm l lfi the plantation of they have ever met with, especially in cases of soreness Francis Eppe, the rcof. I will ell ny trct o: Laud consisting of 3ZJ

WM. J. BAILEY, Arent.p Joseph Oktin, near Quincy, Florida. Said boy. is or inflammation of long standing i'rtc 45 Richard: Ilaywaid Notwithstanding attempts may be made to impair acres, 170 i in a J.i..b It.te 01 cuitiration

Dec. 23, 1837. 10-tfCLERKS about 3 u i 40 years of age, 5 or 6 inches hiih, cents a bottle. Robert J. IlHcklev. the confidence uf the public in the efficacy and good gin t>ouse. and screw, a surticienty lIt rtJ

dark complexion; Ihd has some impediment In his None are genuine unless signed on the outside Oct. 2 1617. "12 curuMe po' er of this medicine, it will go o.i to cabin, and provisions enough to supply the j'I.n-

t OFFICE LEON SUP. COURT speech llic owner or manager of raid bf>y i is re- printed wmpi-er$ by the sole propiietor. '1'. KID conquer disease :tliC\!the afflicted,and earn fur it. tition Ue firrt year. The and i jsitaad8pes

Midd'e' Disinct of Florida, January 5, l8S.I quested: to com forward, prove property nnd take DElI, immediate successor to the lata Ur. \V. 1' Bo\vaud'8 Tonic Mixture and Anti- self the'world opinion of thousands and tens o thou- Iron T..l
Eli OieiMrcct 1 him away. J. S.'. KL\VAUN, Jail-r. Conway. Cost ivo Pinto Comj-lniiisiu
:: vs. >In Chanecry. Feb lO,183827w1UOUN1Y For sale at hit Counting Room, over No9! consequence r f the numerous attempts to which dus'.rdly attackslaiinoi reach ; that such is ,.0.. will be given. For teens applHu "D6.allQ

B. Oteistreet defendant. Court street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also. b> IN palm spurious imitations of Itnw:1nd'jt'nlua.. the fact, the number of Iciici in possession mustlully CultS, TallahasseeB. t.UAl'l'lLJaD
Henry ) OF JEFFERSON 31. D. F. -J
his brsi'vAhtT 6. ;.
special appointment the incredulous _
.Medicines the satisfy most and were it _
ble on public-he has determined tronfiiJe <> ; necessary
that Hen-
npponrin; lJ't"iratorYf'yidtn: e, James Gadsden & BARNARD
IT there could be obtained
the sales exclusively to ngcnu in different numerous testimonials -

_ ry U.o1ttts Ou'ntrcC Territory tIe ,dccluJ.nt rfi el is in not the an StUe inhabitant Wm. H. 's Ann Jane } In Chancery. TallahaMCQ. March IX. 14No.. 3 parts of the country, from whom alone tire g 'mi1&t under the sanciity the oaths uf those who, ALL poraocs liariu dccitn. jt ?:tintie:!

I of Georgia, i* or('. rrd that the raid defendant do Holluman Redding CITY STAnl. :S. article can be hi\d. and to guard the more eHectu- .ittt-r suflering the most acute and long protracted Ci.) ries lilirk, wtL bu pkis.d to /r.stt
1 the unauthorised illness, have been entirely restored to health but it
lu-ie the 15th of ally against impositions ol l venders them immcdiiuly 10HJBEitT
appear "n or In-fore day Miy next, -
f How nj ru'ei and ie ula Z.ns are a 'lop- he has instructed his Uoiton, Ne\\ does not enter into the corupi euension of m.unyhsowit
and the bill the will THE ; aptntsm RAYMOND RLlD.or
answer (complainant's or s'e I T appearing by satisfactory evidence, that An. forth government, uf the al>ove staMcs. York, Philtdelphia, and Unltinr.ore, to make nn is possible for botanic medicine to effect such
be &Wn for -on'cse I him d the CHALtLE.I> H AUS n-
< against ni Jane llol, >man r-ncof defendants named ,
m3ttr. a1"e and will be obiirved it wilp wonders in the art
ardil.in thereof c"ecreed strictly ; n hoped they tales la mechxtn1sandoZhers oa.iy of the Medicines healing as experience has J'a.27.l8S. 5-lf
., : accordingly..qId is not an inhabitant of this' Teiritnry.batresides aalisfiaion, and n.Uuuderstin- proved then to but such the _
general pviform
ve competent
prevent to be carried SauLh. tale again. Large quuntiiies arc
it is lurt'ier' cccrerd that I copy of this order in the State of Georgia, ii is ordered, thai dii. for t'.icts th.it they cannot be denied. -All cjediton. legatees, and pcnou
g.Tlie of article in imitation of the penuine NUTICE
11 be piinted weekly for four months in tome newspaper he do apjx-ar and file her defence in the above a pernicious to dis ritu.ius of .he of\Vi."
hire ofa hack and foar, $15 CO per day. Mixture have bun manufactured by Lucius S Corn- Tbe above mrdicinr c.m be obtained of G. II. & estate
I (i-u''iisn.J: : : in this di*I"ct., suit, on or before the first of July next deceased la of Ja .ar'
Monday Da, k and 7 50 T. E. LlNDENBKKGEU.Monrue Tallahassee Royal e fcson ouni
put, stock & Co. of New York, and seat to the South fur strc-t, 1.
i4. TestTHOS II. DUVAL Cl'k.Januarv .
ese the till (.f complaint in said suit will be taken acd hors-: 35) Florida, with directions for it. a..clty i'O ifiea t>. pieseut their demDtlI rI'1
ukey: fal!. The name Rowland instead of Row ami, is proper using
2C. 18 8 21 4m
confe-sed against her, and the decree of the autheut.catcd: within from 4. "
this Single hors, 2 00 on tl.e bottles of the imitation. The genuine article Perry Vouiuhip. Miffi'l t .unryF.. May 3, I37.Ja.Jacos two jeau the
rourt in behalf awarded accordingly. And i d., do week, 7 00 \ t..#, or they will le foievar Ur.ed. And sJpir-
t furth"r *cI.d PI' may be had of the following persons, wiio are HOUCK>ir.1 I feel myself constrained -
lOTICE.Smuel i is f'r tliatacpy of this osder 1 1): printed Ho se at Lire month 25 00 inform of the tot indebted (O said e'Uie are ieque.td rosuli
I Ii. Duval', C\'np ; ) weekly for four months in y pr tne only Agents in this part of Florida and Georgia.E. to you eliecis thai your Panacea
; n .\in"t /In Chnncry.Rboit published in this district. some newspaper du '''o pr day, 1 25 .\1 nard jr. &co. General Agent, Tallahassee, bad on me. Iu the year 'ifcUG, during the months immediate payment. ANN ROYAL, ,tm'H-

F A F >rs>y.li. Defendant Let be.made Single feel(, 63<'en:.. William Kerr & Co., Thomasville, Janti.iry.February.March and April, I was employe JOSEPH IRWLN.Adm'r.
4 1 j publication as prayed At hr.ses hued mustbeptid fur in advance, un. James C. Ecclel, in thrashing with a machine and Feb. lU, -27w4
f.I.uincy, thrashing ,
\ _
: T THOU S It AN J .
of the
; Court'hat udg.Atrueopy
1 0 lpp"rln! .tlttf. "a,'nth f.lio.i no*, an inhabitant o' W.M. BUUD, DAL. : 1M the |hers n has: anac-ount with thr stables.! Swaitr, Ll-jyd, & l:.. St. Marks. c.nglu cold, .Ind be dust seemed to settle: on my HAVANA SEGAR.S.6OOO .
a I II houe delive edwihoui order fo ihaownerorlohis
No an n Thomas Alexander Hickstown lungs. I suffered much pain and could
no longer
,. t- t..i.i 7'tor:',li>r liv I income of the L'iiiieulSiiic, Mach: 1t3. 30-m4 superior Havana SEGARS i in-
km.wn sen'u.L8m Darius Williams &Cn.. Moiuiccllo, attend to my busings the iain was located in very
;. .I is i, ic|icjami t.c: J. .TI'e.I nn-i the cr l-red, that unless In- NOTICE.SIX -k'tif in the stables it p.oiib'tcd.! Persons J. I D. Carpenter. Mickasooky. breast, particularly on the Mi side I was al-o my*!- ( direct,ju' received and f-rsaJasttb

app ir answer Co.I"inft's! bill on nr enteirng w.ll please close the gmCAN.VON-. The of 1:. Barnard will flicted with nighl. wealsand lever I AUCTION A1RT by u. JIACKLtY
L'It: the: first .AJ.iiulhy in tie ci-mc will weeks after due, I Khali apply' to the Judge label jr. Sf Co. be on all sought ihe aid 30ih 1337 *-*
) :ivnst:11f neE., and the matters the county court of J. flerson county for I lei.irrsof & RUSSEL. the bottles sold by the above agents. ..1 v.tiioa1'hyicians in .his region, but a.1 to nopurpose September ,

:' ih.-r"f rlJ rf cr.nfe-Irt re ar.rdinly.I And it is further administration. on the estate of Little Berry Jta. 1. 1828. -3m _ 'l'alltliassce; July 7th, \M7. 43tf ; I ti.cn traveled ty Lurbt..r cnn:y, and FOR SALE.

1 oidtred 8i'd! drrici that llrs order of puliliraii n Walker! decejscd, !a'e of said county. BQ1P flD m1mammt aiso to Chester co. and employed several Doctors the
0 of
th-rc but d.-riv. d Lime board
benefit Bbls of
\J t be p.i'ted weekly i iris 'mroflhe public ne""paper LITTLE BEIUtY P.2RKER. o-TII und rsigii il rupeOI fully inlorms the NOTICE. no ; finally, I hail recourse I 001) en

.3 cf tlrs Tcrntory for f'ur M'.nths.d JJ.rcli3. 1638 3PUBLIC "6 planter of Leon and iulji-enl counties that he has rTMHE subscriber has just received from Georgia to your Panace.i.and used one bo tic. which brig Olin Branch elected
I Lew arrive SWA1M .MALtEN,
purchased at Pa. ft
istoun. daily
but seemed by
Tes H. DU\ Clk.fli.v .. JL first r.'to 50 anH three of 40 at
c, TIO. AL. m.ide and appcinicd DAna C. Ifition his .ttnrneyI. a saw pin, saws, I
fist SuiVi
not to do at dries.
me for I beca.se weaker
c. 23. IPJ;. ( my Iy
House Lot for Sale. JOHN
TORS. He respectfully invites thc Planters to call tei ins. ISLER
me to use no m-ie 01 it but I resolved to
LEON SUPERIOR COURT. O Saturday l t>.e 'lOh: day of Mach net, I and examine for themselves. Eiht, miles east of Tallahassee. give it a fair tri*!, and sent for another, bottle this GROCERIES.

RicliAid lliyuarJ, I'JatntifT, J Jv fchall sell u> the highest bi-lder on the premies C. F. CLABAUC7.Tallahassee. N.v. 15, 1JT.7. 15 afforded relief and strengthened and ; have received from New OrleaDl.p
> AttacluuentJefleiion Lot No. 101 in the Noith addition of the City Dee. 26, I lf 3g. 2Mf improved WE just
me as much as the first had weakcd 1 of 'Liuk'
., GROCERIES GROCERIES.WE : me. sent Bacon, Claret Wine.
: 7ms Green, Defendant ) f Tallaha) e, with the i i'lprnvm'nt thereon, for third bo.lie lea
CAUTION. a ; and am now restored, enjoying Wine Pickles Whiskey 4c. which \u will
: j4.Urti .9ssulfhit. summont, nip.I persons aie hereby against trading er I hate done for the last ten low for cash.
I {orSIC d.imncs 83000, rctur.iable! to April term and plastered thrnu hlut-all I necessary ALL r three certain promissory rotes, drawn by low, 'eI.Ts-1 am a;ain enabled to follow the ploughever G. H. <. T. E. LINDENBERGEJ

: "olrl, HH8. outhou.si, a good well of water,&e. &c. the undersigned and mad. payable to Joseph B. 10,000 Ibs. Baron since I list August I am fully convinced that July 09, 1837. ilBAPRELS

,, THE lefci dant. in sid case, and all others inter. R. J. HACKLEY.MArb 'IFat's, or bearer, as follows. 5,000 Ibs god Cheese your pana ca may be tak n without any injury _.

,, tCd, will i.ke Doric of the institution of 3, I8t8. 3 wTHOMAS -> _____ One note dated on the i6th July. 1837, and pay 50 Boxes II Sperm Candles and is a useful medicine. Yours, respectfully, o Peach Crandy and 'hiItt1.U

saiJbuil by *atlimcni| as af>resaid, and they are DALTZELL.COUNSEL.GR able on the first day of January 1833, for three 25 Bunch Kaisins DAVID ESHEL\IAN, 50 Pieces Bugsiog;,

J require I to appe.ir and plead tit be declaration fed! thousand do.lars-; I,0 I tb. Cod6.h The fallowing remarks by the editor ol the Stark A Lot of Twine,

in stid; taw, according toheLtatute in surh ATTORNEY. ATLAW, One note nf tbe same date, and payable en the 25 Kegs" Butler County, Canton Ohio, Democrat, are extracted 20 Bass Coffee,

I mad and provided. DUVAL tf ALLEN FIRILWILL first day of JII DU.I rJ, I 1839, for two thousand dollars. 20 Lard from that of April 4 IS Spanish and American Fegnrs
pper J1, ,
attend in the
25 bbls red Potatoes
Feb. 3, ie> <8 26-3m for re llirl- to huiner On note of the same date, and payable on the In
: Attorneys) rlt'f. of and tbe SUI.erior Courts 50 bbls Whiskey HOCCK'S PAN.&cu.-We invite the attention of store and for sale at the Arction )131"&L
I : App.l first doyof January, 1840, for two ih<>u and dolUrs. the citizens of Ca R.J.HACL.T.Tallhssc. ,
of Leon, G adSlen, and Franklin Cuunde in' bbU Sweet Malaga Wine inn and the public generally
t NOTICE. As thesaid Joseph B. Watts has not given us the 114
I He will found "t his office on the hundred foot Jl I.. Mackerel Dried Apple*, Filberts Sugar to the advertisement another column of ibis pap .. Qc Ii. 1837.
? In claims the of b consideration agreed we are determined notto -
vine against upon under the al
persons elt. of the C Ho < his r, ) ve be id. We have used the
ALL street urt e Square, near to said until he Collee,-All ofwliic we will dispose of, by wholesale ar
either the
of notes
la'e Mennic complies
James of St. Marks NOTICB.
, are re- pay tide ourselves ana can
residence, nnles" absent on professional business. smslllldva/lce safely recommend it lolhe
at a on c 'st.G
\ q.ested] to them,and all present per t 30, 1837. 21-if 11. &T. E.LINDENBERGER. pob'ic as an invaluable remedy fur most of the S rom Tallahassee abont
r; aid estate, are requcUr to m Ue immediate. pnvmnt. Jan.II. 18Q--lS-I d.seascs with which ina&kinJ are amic'ed. Hav- since a small horse with light ..uft*

S G. G. HOLT. AdaCt.. NEW DRUG STORK.: L. PARISH, ine for a number cf years been subject to the IR- t iil, and bald (.ue. A.. lDaUber Borx,. '
1838 .1
in his forehead.
; cUBs or NJOIITl4RE.IO star Both
Fe ID p
an mere
TUE fub-cribers have formed ticello Jefferson : 30 1837. ,.HE Subscriber ia autln nrU soil three alarming extern, the I
I I a co-latlnh.t county, rpL > to yaJllu"bleTract.o Panacea was recommend d io us by Dr. Ilouck when they left ho,,"t. 'I hey were la>l .
SELF DEFENCE.TV7HF.REA8 jn the Urug business, under the 8-tf ( Land situated within 5. IS
( the
fm III00scl auu4 we are happy lo say we bare been Georgia line in the neighborhood cIcf.l.l
; Jmes D. Slaton and V. S. Wil- I TTaddclt Randolph, .Lewis. A CARD.T and 85 miles from Tallahassee. The first contains entirely rslivd! ft 1 that distressing aQllt'tion.- .\1alln '1A suitable reward will ". "

V"Q I I.a.IdyertiEe hat I have obtflfeod awrit'en I They have just received and now offer for sale, OSE indebted to the subscriber are earnest about 1920 Acres, 150 cleared The se.-oud 520 .h a laml.y! medicine we hue DO httitation in their livery to the owner. Apply atuu Jmiy

promissory not them for sows" Iwe one door nortt of Mr Birge's clothing es'ablisb. ly requested to call and settle their accounts. Ants, 60 cleared. And the third 3SO Acres,about saying that we believe it is unsurpassed. Ja: n. 6.J 1838. #- -

hundi ell and five iru(r fifteen dollar, frandotently, mem on Monroe street a gencaal askoriment of Administrators and Guardian* who owe for ad\tr.liai'lg 200 cleared. These lands are cqunl t. any in .Mid

t thry iav.told a notorious lie, all Lave never had FEESH ORUGS, M POINTS, trd are informed that their bills are generallyof die Florida, and will be sold on terms advantageous REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM. BROUGHT TO JAIL
DICINE. to the "
: any d-alingsujih them, nor any o.her man in Fort small an amount that reliance is had purcharcr. the yWbO1P
; Gaines OIL*, together with a ," Perfumery and so solely H. W. BRADEN. THE excruciating pain-the decrepitude and ON 18th inst..a Mulatto' "
lor three years pitbi. i fancy saudis for the toilet on their Aonir for payment as they arc not worth Taflahassce March '15th 1837. tf anr> the premature old age, which .longs to 1) A. Gillard of }'Iogidsbc sap ur

JESSE MeCALL. .111 orders from Physicians, Planters! and untry the trouble off>rceJ colltctions. '1 his remark will 32 arc the usual attendants of the disorder are suffered he left the t-Iantation' of Col. Alston soffit )eJ

G,4-d'n "ountv, March 3, I8. 31-tf merchants will be thankfully reccit ed And! faithfuIyattencled also apply to the distant Patreni ol the Flnrid'l'n. .NO"'IC by man from despair of a cure, er disappointment weeks since said boy is about 5 feet 1 1O11 sUi

' NOTICE. to iS-tf who owe for subscriptions prior to 8th Ap
indebted to the subscriber W. W. WADDEL. The subscriber is very patientbutdeensji but THE ,will hereafter conduct the D/ug copartner business in effect th is purpose. But those who have mad a come forward, pio\e property pay char-
ALL persons. arere' J.H.RANDOLPH.B. fair to give notice lh..t hil6:4tllid will be re> dyfo.the in the ofSTEWART fair trial of take him .
nod settle
to thirnote&cya away.JAMES
f r.1 on the first of January nnd A. NEWMAN
C. LEWIS. press, l39t will Dr. JtbVt Celebrated .
cint wi.h C. LmiMtnt
; immedi
fur' Sibley, Esj., uly, A no be forwarded (lo Tens, Arkansas, and Isewhere. BARNARD. Thcmaarill, Dec. H. 193;.
idnlgcnce can M given. An sail will b: LESLIE A. THOMPSON. W1.' WILSON. Then shop will be found at the old stand formerly eventneasea longstanding and of the moat sever

e'mnI"e.1 AH all note er accounts unpaid by he 1838.-$3---tf occupied by Mr. E. B. Perkins the charaeUr, have received certain relief au WATCHES. JEWELRY. &rT
.1.1 13 opposite mar
fir* day of Xpril. E D. COL El AN. ATTORNEY If COUJfSELLOR AT LA IT. ket house. .. many hay been cored in a few days, come ia 94 *
Feb VS. J88.-Oif. & FOR SAL} hours! as a ana her or parsons in Boston and vicinity "": sub .rib2r has on hand a baadsof.u'
TALIn rL full assortments of Medicines who ply of the above arucl.wkick he will
resumed the pr..etce.fMs profeswen 'ret white Pine Drug Cbetticals ,Patent MAlieines fc.. and ,were formerly,afflicted with Kheamatum. $3P!'
NOTICE. HATING JaVAf afkaflVafam Lumber have hia usual terma. He h v i io his employ C.9rienced .
fishy tea fied.
1.\81 bit proniptatt.entioaiosnybusiiei.entrusted s 7 O tf tftf..25OOO.Whia.ePne8hinlea.A pkdft thenuelve LOliThhigbt genuine arti- very ; Certificate are ia UM pea watch mnkerf and he axure *, Wic

SIX and voucksis, I hall present my ac to btseharee, in Uie Soperiar d.rttof tFMid4IeDitrictvf ..I,At,Xu Baal Rod Depot. Tallahassee/u> ck J. EDWIN 81WAH.T.)1 D. seasioc of the, Proprietor, proving UM aod tbo. hand he will no pain to have their WO4'
the Hon. -rr k' ? spare
sa,7pyz cares means this powerful LI
t Florida, and in CoartofAp- Ii. ARCHER. 47-tf -.EDWARDBARN4IIDJr. sarpruinf o
th County Court of Le. th promptly all in Ihe brat manner.
;. n Cinttly, fo a final s tU.nienianddkcliarke paht, Z1w3 CJsea w bet B ,t her approved applica. o
4Msrch1O,188 MrTn.Afetcalf has rwumcd ike Gm g
&.m {if adminiaratton&CCUCd. NDERV. tuna bad tt Hj ftja4.DUMFRIES !
'BPOK.n :
Office on &b.t side Washlnjioa Square.Feb. **
the of o o : tibias back shop sad vill be happy
estate James traveI.eitbenwthiW.ioAbko1V&U in
zM* ot-C3id % wishing to y
88NOTICE. 01
.' IT $1638 THESub-'cribers aave
iu Tal-
opened a bindery .
: -
liMo .
in that "
dowel! REMEDY FORtHE to ar.yjob. ---
-IY. 10 PlIES -
T. .l ,1 payattention Ia.siceand.prepared io execute all branches -
). ROBERT P. QREEr. 1", '." Ii'; t .._ -- : tolbe 1bH.*ws reg1tI'Ds. ." of I heir busineia(a aa goodssyle as can be donteuawhere Tn 'fnafMlor bets' lde'to: racomiAtnd (which I' i- FUDE.&JCa.p-
.i Ad'mr in rirht (.f (. ats&IGjo.3.Wa3T; .f A .w fMfV tin* if now.eetaUisaed (rom.Tella. ; '' *. t ate dae with aba filMai eortf4ea)'OM of,the mottvalaaM V Jan.. 6, ,la.I. _.

A. Green, (ormcrl.uiaoia! A.L.n BKtq. 4 u;::... '' 1d a' .|o .jasMfclUujbrkflw'by-wBjr of Stewart's Bridge Paper ralei fot'.hflbi: letter 4*. rem dw iavwa for tbia UovbUaooM 'aad I JlftICZ.Y .

r : arc JO8 81-- md J; ; .. '" o'm. farw.vt sj4 11 ._ psy..a*,'aIotOM& and Pfeaa.pt OnrvleTl iT.1Uka**se i* Mea.. Pmicu\a'.ttetttif1ft fi re-hinding oU book* alofnl Mmpiaiisl. VVlUwat (otniaa" ( detail'kedevna 'firtH ofa dceev rruaa the Jnd .

jqp1a144da.Lu11dwUl p.. .day thethini'.bt1O1s'OCLSIdttr' every otlstr 4ribcr Ne..p'pera..ta..at'h it cttMf h M' ay.'IM KM "in MM' poaatMaiiMi! B 3vperioiO Tor" 345W1FlIijsha1I ,
j -NUT1CK.O : UI ..sattb.inIatrm41bsJsw.s Lftar.dttrinf$ UM 'Moat''. dMKMdlaadmtoieJb'thai it naa* inon _
T.. taaa.I'tI t akat1puNiCSthi
date I sfcallapOryfetht L ibiidce,' d liars't > ia.w.t.4 1k. h-which up .
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