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: April 14, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00270
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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TilE FLORIDIAN FIT Dollars 1 ,per 1 .1 ". '" ':atthVtavern, ?: Payne'took it for a '.chaP .
Saturday at J '
annum I< pnblis'ied, 1aid wi-hm every the year,;-orFow Dollars:* TH'R"' Jr" L O 1 1bI44: I lenge, and:repaired to the tavern in full : 1

r*iU in advance. inserted 81 One Dollar per ; ; -: ,expectation ofsrneliinggunpowder. But : i

Uare AprcnTisKMEVTs ot fifeen lines or lrs<, for the first, insertion .' f ,"t' what was, his ,surprise, on entering the i

$ wd fifty cents for each subsequent insertion.Adr'ertucments -_- -V .-- J cbamberto see,:in lieu, of a brace of pistols 1
not marked with Ihe nmber.of "LAISSEZ'NOUS FAIR ," : ; a decanter of wine and a pair of glasses ,1
will be continued until forbidLettriTiolhe .
,B eition tequired, f .' V .6o..; \ .;: on the table. Washington :
Iud ,'h3r fUI r ;T._ j V r rose to
Rditor on business connected wib: : J" V to rI neet him;.and offering: hi* hand with- .
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QAl1l1JJlBWQac A m ,
r-atIichnwflt must be post .aLf. Jaaqiia G tei ttaI V
iljr I.
__. .- liegan.'MrPayne, trr err smiaetime's -
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I'MON' HANK OF I KLOKUU. is nature-to rectify error h always,
introduce the invention into .France. Being I dom of those institutions; that have 'iia''eAmerica nfonnte'd'the-fatal scaffold with '
kTOTK'K: j' ''I'f'b\' civen to the scribers to jlory.f believe I Wl*.'trong' Hi the afV
l' the it">rk If this Bank, iti:i' iheT: tide pll] rsM in the midst of revolutions in tint the terror of the oppressors, as after administering the last sacrament, his f air; yesterday L You :have had, Ittiink'

)Ieht", \ ref liNt" '."i exaini'Hti.ui' t" Chant sli- country, and as no men could be obtained well as the asylum of the opprcs&er, until confessor addressed'him, "Son of Saint some satisfaction and if deem that
[)ul'oneEsq.: \Vhrn rep.ried upon k nsfto iy for the building boats Mr. the period of the attack Louis! ascend however you
uriies for purpose of into heaven! He, sufficient
iii..fcuiCK and bon- wil. be v HI i<> the i here i is my hand-let us be
xrcution.. JOHN PAIf KIIILL. Cabhior. I Fitch returned. Mr. Vail afterwardssubjected the combined French and American arms manifested some repugnance to sub rriend.

-Mardi'- -10--- --- _ .. -- -- to the examination of Mr. Fil- to di.lodge the British from Savannah, mit to his late, and would have addressed "An net of such sublime virtue

"NOTICK.SIX ;. I POETRY. ton, when in France, the papers and Ge-' on the fth October, 1779.-It was un the spectators, staggering to one side of its effect the mind produced V
of Mr '
! "?tk* fr MU dat", "< hall a 'ply to the'. hon. \ -, ------ -- signs of the steamboat appertaining to :he !successful. The colors of the regiment the platform for that when the who
( .!" 0 tinl'"Unly; Com t ;. 1i.t )1.tt. r> vf IIdlIj'us'ralion' (,n the e't\L of C-"l. THE OUTWARD BOUND. company." In J 1790, he made an alteration to which Jasper belonged were presentedto drums beat, and he was suddenly seized the most enthusiastic admirer and friend V

j Rjchrd: l'nrib el'm.I. 3. n. PAR1I!, 1 The followiiifj swcrtand 1111 a ill! its'! Jil's will: touch in his boat and she performed tobr- it, with a special charge from the no- by the executioners "and underwent the Washington.." V

MILUS' IJI.AK.l-, a chord in every lM>s.im Tuy are fn m I ihe pc. ably well, hut still it required further alterations. !- ble donor, Mr. Elliot, to Jasper, to "guard sentence of Ins judges. I is said that the Would the distinguished men of our na-

OEOU'' .E II HEM, '.01' the H( :i. Mr*. N'lrtnnl and etc cuininunioitecl Mr. Fitch, however wa notable them leJ!" Those colors were successively indecent haste and of these men tion but be
: 10 the1"'I'er !"y a fiend of thwrttr.. The, eagerness persuaded to emulate arj example -
:March 10, 133. 3-G| T. TUUNBILL, f l'Ii.'Ve hit itn-nily: been jiu'!.l.,litl in Ell;! ind, mid to obtain the necessary. means in order -i by Lieutenants Bttshe and Hume' to complete thir task arose from orders so correct and! trustly heroic in the

__- !'mo no we Lcli t'e1 printed for the frt tim-j iti tl.i.s to perfect invention. upon that fatal day, all both were killed. having been issued to the soldiers, in case youthful: Washington, ou"r news V

TWENTY HOLMUS KW\KI country. The conviction of Fitch respccthpc the Jasper "as reot\ed that should not of any at a rescue, to fire at the papers
they would
Fill. fill attempt no longer shock with
., FriJ eu'mi 2d March, from | aiding 'rimmcr! us accounts
SI'OLEV "ner Krn> & Knksey'bfctorr jj a large 1.11-'r the niontni I> fly 1 power of steam continued firm li June I fall into hands of the enemy, and made a scaffold, and that they wcro afraid of being of human life sacrificed on the alter of

j,'t iiglit 'Tib .V,*''C >a<, \HitI Mil ill r. nt ell ilic Tl.e stars' wcaiy lii:" rrnclimn1cr, 1792, he addressed a letter to Mr. Rit- prodigtiotis effort to carry'them "off. In themselves de'spatcld'any alarm false principles. of honor. Would
an,1 I l hn'h of t'-o' l'I1\1\fI'lt lh'1 hip :Hel)1'rh' "\nllJcllloolllii 1 & nw. y (From ihcsky that they
tenhouse of share holders he
I If: am. j one the ; speaking desperate act was mortally wounded were given, or were
.If Whoever vulldf'e-t the thief IInd renbuic- Kill forth unal flat i is u.i any symptoms but exert the courage, the only true courage -

iurii 'l' uI.a: ; to J1*. Luli's; slull icocivt the And the wind 'sve< r ng fll n'I, of steam,power, he said, This, :sir, and there closed his brilliant career. commotion among the crowd. One to stamp into immediate silence the

,,xxarlMerrhO. AARON UVEKITT.1CK In haste! In ui plcilg To the htaliii ol li.e; Jul w..d boii..d.Illll.iM passion, and arouse to the sacred
: -- time whether I shall bring it to perfection in the ranks, gained a renown nand exclamation, that it was "shockingly calls of

ICE T'I-V h .ur t -tn. mV, :11 o not. He complains of}his poverty I an hmisi''T.ttI iianei'zuici t lliJI'J.a ,,_ a .. mi L _!_ __.1 f..s-- _f.L_ .i.. ..T- 0'.I duty and) I..their_ conntryjs' real

I hAVE just n- '(-ived "i>d dqvisitrd in .my, Ire Nor 10 1st t or jfft elsa II )Itc- and inability to raise rimilie urge> I' l''e ,p* .es!ion of empire :\ fafed' to were sold.hy the atendant. No strong agonize the kindred circle with r.. ij.fewhii'Ni unuttcrable T
ll.iiis-a 1'u'l'! if the IteM 1 Uotm > Dm few bhall !
carg-i quaIlY a m !.Irr.w.'I.ie
to'l'ci'e Mr. buy his land in Kentucky I give generals and kings. The name of emotion was evinced at the moment; the anguish and horror and shrou-
Company; ; Ice, amJ' 'xj'cc-t j ion an- \ : the ins iy I'inu hth' s'a! ; Ritenhouse-to f
o-l.-'J ear: : '-othat fiiinilics! have an assurance Then, while we arc ah t.'geimr, 'I jl that lIe might have the honor of Ja"pcr i is in the months of our peopl .with place was like a fair; but a few days after -, ded a nation in the habiliments] of shame-

that they. eta be supplied) daily through the whole Give the t..->M!-1 l .t t it r r le rm.nd! i enabling him to complete the great un- tho-e Marion, and Sumpter, and Latirens Paris, and those who had voted for the guilt of which only could be extenuated _
'.as in.rtrns Full ails and |>rosn rotis: wri her, !
". "i i-hin:: 10 suNc-iV! will p'.cass: 'leaven And a he ilili to the outw arJ.Lound! !j'j 'dertaking." Upon one occasion, he and I Rutledge.-They remember it the death of tile monarch, began to feel in the darkest ages of the world.I .

\ tier! ,tnie a' th e bar 1'f!1' the Pjty I llo I iel.: Payment j"I j i iL't called upon a smith, who had worked at their festival, and women and childrenspeak serious, and uneasy at what they had don wish to be understood as expressing
uIrierlt' In :d\.n"e w.l'; ; ba required. The no a :.i.i u l Joe .ikrn-
p> (upon his boat and alLer dwelling some of it with benediction. History Louis the sixteenth had occupied his time sentiment to the relative merits of
Ic I Ili-uvf I via be OH !)tJ un the t"rst o I y ol Jj-i 1 I. To\vcpi i.. a \\ lJ I..II"S pirt! | no as
i'i! I-t' \-il! V .!.-i\cr! ,110 l I ic;u1ai--ul..s'-rb, "*.p\- r*or give w*e n 1'nrcwcll t ken. i time upon his favcrate topic, concluded I haicmhalmed hisnamc among those timings while in prison, wherehU confinement was the belligerent; but to record the unqualified

crv i.ionuiiR until ." '!"ek. TllU. UK' >\V.jAUsic. .'i.)1ar"J Itui health fio Hour m-nos' !ia.t: i with these words : "\4VehI, gentlemen, although -I she holds, most precious, and poetry has strict, chiefly in consoling his wife and condemnation which honorable -
2 Ito'tAprl And nft, \\hen tin; w.n i bH! 1,1 ,naud fl' C, every
I shall not live to see the time, von I married it to vcr mial 1 vrrsc. The genius sister, and in intruding his son. He discovered man in this ] should
( .\ sur. GJLJWF, 3111). DI:T And the iouJi wave" rol'! .Ir.' tid), republic stamp

larch term, 1:3:1: ; To wit : March 7, 1833.Littletwry The I'caltti: hall 'U ".. lnrf!, t.. th ?ir m O1nr\'', j wi, hen steam boat- will be preferred; I of painting: has evoked its happiest efforts neither impatience regret, nor upon all who in any way participate in
That wediank t II. Jonc.v, 1vs to al other means of conveyance, ( especially :, our own great perpetuating this relic of a barbarous age.

> la, Cl.micery.Dav.dThrmn t.d: fii-nJs shall s>:ill flcel1( nc.u them, for pa: cngers, and they will lie townsman, Mr. White, in hi* painting trying situations raise the mind above itself -

of ) nani's folcio- ] is In th.ir) ocefliiciadlrdlocji: ; particularly useful in the na\igatinn of the of 1 the ''Rescue' has proved the glorious and take out the sting of personal Inritlfnls in the Packet ship Burgundy.A .
On n.nllllll conij'la' fa\e
pranTeJ bun t.i filr his OIt'n.'e j lull!, ami n;' ib.I in And Far thfir O'Ji do dri'ani'.ng!ihi-Moniiv ihoijlr, d.I h\J! l:! c'.ecr t'lirn, I I river Mi, issippi" He retired, when a I power of I Ihe noble art. In short, suffering, by the importance of the reflections friend who was passenger in the

this 'lIu..e a;ii', t the, i nk ilx-in. own. lieis of David Then, wlnj, i he mi'iwati-li ell j'a>-sfs, person present) opened, in a tone of(Jasper has been made illustrious by Hs and consequences they suggest. He packet hip Burgundy, writes us that on V

11th TI'O'iwn l .it I'pp1"Irr-iivd urnj t.,'ih-m.\'1(11 fraii I g.f rii'.i.' ph uf1lH''I.V t court MllissU't thai, L t ihe pla i t.uL cr; -lc ro.n.d. deep !sympathy; "Poor fehlcis', what a pity own deeds, and by the iribtite l of genius. read much, and often reverted to the the day of the ship's sailing, she groun-
Full h t rttallt b-imm j n a; e.s! _
.lies id unkn! \ n Ill iT! d.> no ruh.de: I in' I this Tenitrjr iU i- :I Aid a health! 'III.c o.tW3rdI'iund: K: he is crazy." The digress cf mind and IjoUIVIliJ. English history, where he found many examples ded on Governor's Island in the harbor,

mortification he suflered from the 1 failure : slx'rEENTII. of l fallen monarch, and one among and lost two of her anchors, which detained -
i ,s, i I'' c f f.r,'.,.rd' red l tint imb'ira''on: he m dc TilE VOILNG \ The behaviour f Louis the sixteenth i
foJi, tpfii of:io'ir inont1.'; ngri v ibly l to t ih, -t.t'-. I r.rv CAVLORP CLAUS.Vh'n of his protracted exertions and his poverty I ; ( on ;! them condemned like himself] by the peo- her 24 hours. The passage was

iiti"! 'in NU'-II ra>;e made ul) i r.r\'id.d ; m d ihnt '.li I Iu J I \ into dust, like t.'ty lli"i rx d< pit d, 'ere too much for him, and to drown I his trial was simple, manly, and affecting. l pIc. He was attended during the whole I II exceedingly boisterous; and on the second
iiiow n> ul tRIo! l luil: 1'lt 'tnas, d.> d d l II 1 He rested his defence .i- !
<" "i jis cav 1 Frmn "ur linfl ]paths the iLt! .uul lovclvfad' ; 1 chiefly upon a po! time and in hi* last his old
reflection he had the j moments, by I Frenchman cabin
recourse to common I day out n ,
epl'.Ir ainJ plea I an-wcr )r d in .11,', .11, h.e.J I lii-iein, l fnre t'u- \pirat un ">f 111.1 XVh.'S'-l.okE \'Ith.uII br '.is. a MI;.liatli inaJe. but decej.ti\e remedy, strong drink, in \ any knowledge servant, Ck-ry, who never left him. The senger, committed suicide by laudanumand

4 fn "*I:t..". "nil* ?un- will: be tik-n pito CO. $ How !li.c i; a whi>pcr OH the inc 'lI ot.1ti."I. which he indulged() to excess, and retired and documents that were brought as names of those vt ho are faithful; in misfortune a razor, without any apparent cause;
A true c.'dv from abe minutes The mi'in-iry" ol t'leir' \uics sirs; the mind! I proofs again htn. His advocates on sacred in the
to he ended his are page ofhistorJ! it is
conjectured disappointment
1. IL [U.Ar.IU, Clerk. I Pit lmrg, days by plunging except,

M f r-'i' r IT:, I; ::8. :; -4m \l h. ar the sigh, il-e v\np, 1te fitful I lughte": / into the ; }." I this occaiol, Maleshcrbes, (who nobly, queen followed her husband to the block, in love, as the papers he left behind seem-
., Alqhan volunteered this service on the refusal of .
.1 1 hat l fiom tllt'IIII"1 1111.11111ele >\'IH t( JlonVlr V -- after interval of nlmn. t There '
( an > nvpnr.
lie had tilled several small hooks ea to / -nourom
LOS r ou >10 LEX.S JUS. - indicate pecuniary cau-
\ n li'ipe's I e:1I11ng'.I' ;" they l.uni.d alt r, Tronchet and Descze did themselves ;
S"-' Kcd '.r Co.p-i-s. with its c"-c, Clnn And <:iank: her sr.: II music i JJM 6:11 : v\ith perscnal and general narrative, more Target) were circumstances of a dastardly and ses, it is believed, as 7000 francs in speciewere

J' -ICO, < '."ti f "'..iI. aite;' d! f T tli' v.irii'iidn, \/hilcjii- liri:ht harp, to I w'ete"t.lay"? was ttrunp-. or less coult.ted with hi. great scheme, great and lasting honour by their cold-blooded barbarity attending the accusation four.d in his trunk. Hehad resided
ud thi case mat k. dV ". It J l.-pkins,Civil En- And pound Ii ihi: numbers fur the Juvcd anJ I eloquence, and disinterested
}0\111:: intirpidity her., But the revolutionary
'' and which he against in the of Baltimore
pne I. .4 toward of ]s5 wi be )l.tti.ll" the AnJ- 1)'qlcCthec to the Philadelphia some :yesr* neighborhood -

cr, ..a h':< J *J\.n: H wiili J. n. firo n, TJ\'.ah. ss' c, \\'h"r the c'urIt.It a:e 1.nriiiiighigh in III 11\CII Library, ( proviso that they zeal. The COI'euiol pronounced his spirit had then attained its highest and was a naturalized citizen of U.

or M 1h o'fcf ih Ftondiau.S When II) e low nih'U'I'I.I'! !the aut mm.ilireeAn : were remain for thirty condemnation by a majority of only] ten virulence and fury. She expressed h rapprehenions States. His Hercules]
year name was Paquctson
11a1 1. 1 3" :'O-tf t
'J t! ou li's are deepi-iiinv in the hush I.f even, coser t-six voices out of above hundred.
------ - -- The books were opened in due time and H'HI of being torn in pieces by of one nfN pol on's captains ofgren-
tTII.: II.2'00011 ill ce \\oic-> n th<- lIean will be Tho smallness of this made
'1X wrtk from dte application will \'t' nia Je Tl.ey bie.tihe ut' i aturei win. h hate b'oonied and were found to contain a ni'iiute: accountof majority was the mob! on her way to the scaffold, and adiers. On the 17th, at night, there wasa
aside the
IOIjf'J'I.I1!!< ,..ltiC 1It11r: ufLuin (x.un- d.td, his perplexities and di disappointments. a plea to set sentence. "Decrees -. was gravely assured by one of the gendarmes dreadful squall and two large'meteors
Of orro\& by rcmcm1'.rnre: initi:{c>I.Vi I. "
passed by a
; are simple
t.ftle.t: rs "I aditiiiMi'm-ion out'' CC''tltl'Olln majority, who her
: "' Of the boldness cf his conception?, accompanied that "she appeared in the rigging resembling two
r> Uord laic of suJ County, dfcase I- said a member oldie Mountain. "True e
.\.M'Al.-X\XDLR.; t, when the loU'd l'B'.e from our pathway van ays a writer in Mechanic's Magazine, would reach it without meeting any harm!" large bright stars, one on the mastheadand

N.I1.'rr'l\ 4'1'>, ISSS. 31-\%CALL i '
AViiat' l' ent nuigic CHII tIlt I it m sniijcs r< -Jij.c: ? perseverancewith whereas the life of a cannot berecalled.
No1'ItE. Like some t tI y .ur [.t'r t, l-y the, t -ii' ]I" c, han Mi-t d.) which he followed it up. there can be she expired she turned round her head to most rare event that occurred in the train

p' r o.n" i i.c1I'h; } ,..1! to ihc ef'ate if t John A ih' y pdbbcd in oatkiicrs-:h' y will l come rn I but one opinion ; and had fortune attended Some were for relieving themselves l look back at the Tulleries, and then laid of unusual incidents for the fleet but mon
111.' cJu.d. will f ,ward in 'ic, i from the responsibility by an "
rorr i an-1 makefaunml ap- her neck the block. Blackxvood.Fr"in
I *nd ih.im fiavn-f ciainip will prPflP.llt th'm dUI) Unlike tie, gij-1'Cau.s, vLe'< the s or.ji luth fled, I his: efforts, 311lril means been equal to fpeat to the! nation, but this, .wa thought, on otonous passage of a packet ship was the ,
I iHhuiiticat'ilM[ i tin n lite tJlU".nh..d l haw! No light icnewid bieais Z":\1WII.I.t\.Ad'mrr. j would betray a distrust of the and !
------------ i *
I W.M.O. I'O.NDER, t he would InR.X V ( hi -ti.io Adrocat nD'I' Jo ftlar. 49 and about miles
AJ'uir. can no ( now loll 13, long. 11 47, 500
! FlOm the Adiirti&er.TIIE
, >4trrti 17 32 Daily I might also breed a civil war. The sitting -I
SHIPWRECK UI-TIJK HOME. undisputed the honor of having giving to |! of SO DID WASHINGTON.. from Havre; of an immense flock of land
LAS l' MM I ICK.S'X the Convention which,
m""tios afu-r (!ntc, I tha1\ prc'Zt my ..CIIII.t It \\ .IS a, Icariul hour ''Jits d I"ik waxes rolled! I I the country this most noble and useful inI I the trial lasted nt\-tW(1 ]conduLeL. Messrs I.ditorsThe recent mclan- birds, which, completely covered the deck,

> nn.l! > "iiiohein! IIn.1 I .ipjily t., t lie t Hon.i ihCnn In u\\ ful, IIi..jc'ty-.allJ IKIW. the -s-cl IJj I\UtIO.." !e\ our. choh' transactions at the seat of government and seemed in a half starved,and exhans
Like a \ cai ell.', 1'.on; th s b.lhiwy: m tin.I i might naturally be supposed that silence, "
v Con:t f L'O : e"lIn'r. r n Cit tetil j
I iie w ?.CS !,. in !! fur; all I ler -t it- ; SERGEANT JASPER. repaint I for these United States should influence ted condition. The passengers and crew
rac i. SI.d; d t-c "r:' !rotn ih<' miniinis ratinn of ri'I' jor.e i a sort of religious$ awe would
te! e I ,'., of J.Ut h Lewis, lute of > .1 J L'uuutv. And < ''c an g'a' e I her like a niunr wee I The of this have the the I every lover of his country to pause caught over ICO of them, and they consisted -
A fit! wlicieMere they, the uium b ol/ the, Knk ? danntles.I pervaded scene; on contrary,
< j.
.ct : and ask-i'i this i of the nimble little
ROBERT; P. GEN: lirumeicd w i ni the wnieiscold, misty j-a.'d ihedt-k patriot copy from the "Charles j i eve-thing bore the marks of gaiety, dissipation -I genuine patriotism ? Is chiefly brown
Tinuiipiep'icd this true valor. Is this the example set which i is seen trthterlng on all the
l.bl.le ) sparrow
A-I'mr in rurt.t c.f I I. M '(-aianraTi ton Mercury. The deed of noble daring and the most grotesque confu-
A. c..iren, 1 'f",1.1 ily Stssiu.na A. Lunon2 A'ere :heic and oh, their (.untin i "uls did dri ldTo recorded below has been familiar i"u. I by the illustrious( founders of this great leaves in Europe. Also, d're."crcthree
he farther
ie.e the world tlicy I"nc\', anlt'\ed I l too long to s > 'I( end of the hull was
10, IJ -2} n.6 1'uiatrie i :' en !>-.or t.u'li )Ind uctei rVtmedti. \.1 us. On the anniversaries of the 28th of|! converted into boxes here ladies, in a I republic? In Answer to these questions I beautiful black birds speckled with white

SOT! ((2.}: T..el .ti to .i !M ,iglr-: r wo, Id .ii.m t.as: I send for insertion in journal the following and ruby colored necks there was
spots ;
June and time -4th of the of studied dishabille swallowed ices
July, oranges
\ n" ce'e. hi.lm SOl
1. 11.L I. kdM 1 1-y virne (-f an order of il.pilo '. \" ri-Ucei : w \ o c t.n-ie.-M
of him who is also No doubt these
V. I Jtat1t' of( ih* County ( ur of Leonco !iii 11 pw: VI" 011.II/tl"lt fle: tai.d, I Carolina, in their flowing cup;, ever :, liquors, and received the salutations of the I account preeminent a solitary snipe.

nt :. on Mondnv .lie 7tii I freshly remember him. An attempt i is i members, who went and came as on: ordinary -; in every respect, in the estimation feathered visiters, wandering about for ,j

iurj on, with in itg': how, i w I M CKOK*, \ i/: J Ii 111 c was in tiit-Mij.b! a id w:hat lu iii.u be for his ; of every trueAinerisan.I I some new residence in the severe winter :
:MAIIV.: aged -ibu'it 7 y a". ; n.i l 1'l.lZ.f.: a?<>d \\Vio the ,: \\it. is, tclien /.ii ,111.il aM fr'.t! going to t'iJe to gvt a pension ocCaioiis. the door-keepers 1
aloir 5 years. the pr-jerty of the heirs.! J'ektinh Lit<> t/jfrtTi c'l lt wax m ih< ,Uie.md! n iwloUy daughter, who is li\inJ. and in want. For | on the lu\ntail side opened and shut the ] In 1754, Washington was stationed at which has passed in Europe, were caughtin

W t t-ii'irvt. c '!8,.d I "i- I ody in lh drowning waxes the boner of our country, let it not proveuiisurces ''boies reserved for the mistresses of tin I! Alexandria] with his regiment, the only 'some violent gale and borne unconsciously
'.rtn_ -C f-dit lor the \Vai nougut t "'H 'r : in where
ye puira money : one the colony. There happened at to sea, they vainly sought
to ," h"CUf'L! ,' luitt- witu appiovedtecunt\| lie s.inp: I. He thut in Jf ius tin. ts it. .al, :ful.William J | Duke of Orleans-Egalite; ; and here,
.e :n one jrar, W lh H pel'c cut. iU'en'.I.rurn. l.CIII ch j crd.ol ihe ragi g I a!'' Jasper emigrated at an early 1 though every sign approbation or disapprobation that time to be an election in Alexandria! refuge on the ship's deck which] provedany

(!.>, to Sarah II jrley C. S.SU5LKY.Aiy ad,n'ri. of PctV.R. 1 J with that bun: his sjisut: jtasv d to lie.\i.iv N. I i Ih! age from Ireland, and settled nc married I was strictly forbidden, you I I. for members of the assembly, and the bal- thing probably but an ark of safety.N. I I

J. lIACKLIAUt'tlOjccr.: -- iii one of the interior districts of South ';heard the long and indignant Ha ha's!"i lot ran nigh between Col. George Fairfax 1Star..
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-:".11 31 aliMav7, lIISEI.I.A Y. I Carolina, previous to the Revolution.] Imbued | of the mother-duchess, the patroness of(1 Hand Mr. William! Elzey. Washington THE LAST SNAKE 'I
.NO I IJCt. From C,'iinrcticui Hut/r.ral Collect) ut.FlTCIl'S with a national hatred of tyrants, he ;, the bands of female J lrobil whenever J I was on the side rf Fairfax, and a Mr.
l .t.LL 1'iosc w'no; male purehns'-s at l'ar ..: STEAMBOT. naturally embraced with ardor the cause !; her cars were not loudly greeted with the
, "*f1 ah- airujuch edt r.itnfoiv ;i t-t:1.1 ti.* sm". i 1:. j. HACKLEY.f To this individual belongs the honor of I I al the Revolution and among the first who ''welcome sounds of death. The upper 'I the course of the contest, Washington '

f j. 1'aaaha..sel'o: ...14J- .March... IB:18.: havinrr constructed the first steamboat in i took up arms and joined the troops which : zallcrv. ; reserved for the .people. was during -, grew warm_ for his passions naturallywere i following"I recken dialogue this 'ere: of is "f

11 run ATE ItOAlti U. this country. Although this honor has; | Corolina man-balled at Fort Moultne for ;, : the whole trial coslantly full ofstran-l terrible ; thoYa regard to duly, hon country va urn tisn't

A BM ALL f.iu.ily and I h.-, C' 01, for .Mitl mCI I been ascribed to Robert Ful- : the defence of the harbor of Charleston. I I and of description! or, and happiness, soon reduced them to pretty considerable productive, stranger; j
JTiiL be so greatly : gers spectators every "
can inteilJinctJ ai No 101, Cl1.ouns.reet' I it! paid a .hJWn- aster who had .
rCorlli Ad Ii ion, i a1.tbjee. ton, yet it is a wel kn nvn fact, that 20 Upon the memorable 2Sth of June, 1776, drinking wine and brandy in a tavern. '; proper command, and unluckily said just V
arrived in of the
t -\fltTc'I:11J I w: : years before great experiment of Ful-! and when the fire upon the fort was the Beta were made as to time>sue of the trial ;| bomething to Jlr. Payne, who though buta one new Mississippi settlements -
COPARTXEIISIIIP.CVEhtwlhi : cub in size, was a lion in heart elevated to a person whom he met, one of
ton and Livingston on the Hudson, a hottest, the was struck down by in all the neighbouring coflehotises.Ennui ,
-\'. have Ibl day enirred into C" |iartner liip.unJrr I flg-staff ; his slielalali, and at a blow extended the ; the regular meat-axe breed.
steamboat constructed and in the colors impatiel, disgust sat on almost !
hcutmrtrrrt.VTER and KCr\, f. r H. tranPllr"nn of a was put operation a cannon precijilta- "There's not such another Le-
r.tf-.ry .iidl'ruvikKAilMji'iiieM.VM.UAM 4'FNTEIL in under the sole I ted with it over the walls of the fort. Dismay : every countenance. Each member seem- : hero, Washington, on the ground. News country
Jan ,
J Jr: 3l if Philadelphia
JOHN the
B KEUN tween this and state of Btincome in
direction of a obscnre and still almost !- struck consternation into the hearts I ed ,ask whether his .turn came next. A was soon carried to the regiment that their j, ,
NOTICE 'I I colonel was murdered the mob On |, North Carolina, replied the Mississippisettler.
I. IICRCIIV firwtrn all JXTMIIK (film trailing for a note unknown individual. This person'' of I the assembled citizens, who, from I the sick deputy, who was called, came forward : | .

,,.n by ,ne In \\ai\V Wlutinr Ih21rt MarcIa 1"3'. was John Fitch. He was born in the wharves of the city, witnessed the fight, I wrapped up in nightcap and nightgown the passions of the soldiers, who doatedon S
lItade pmystale. on tins lot U of A.nl Jpl. ail have,ifleiiCiinl their commander such f "Raise a good deal coiling, ell!'
& '' \Vlnlinj to the amount cxllnl fur in faul note south part of East \\ indxor, near the East! for they thought for a moment that it was and the Assembly, when they beheld I this a report fell at "
"Lots of it.
M'.fCh24 :13M 3 WM E. WILLEV. I once like a flash of I .
Hartford line, or what i is now called the lost; but the gallant Jasper was seen rushJ sort of phantom: laughed. The figures lightning on a. mag- "All-fired I
quantities of in this
fresh Supply of Spring & Summer road. He was apprenticed as a watch and ing over the ramparts-he recovered the I![passing and rcpassing, and rendered more azine powder. In a moment a whole section I !" game

Goods, A. Ready Made CIOlhillJ. i iIIC (clock maker, to Mr. Cheney, who carried I J 'olors-he mOlns the perilous] height :''ghastly i by the pallid lights!, and that in a'' regiment was under arms and in rapid motion "Considerable, s'pose of a V

'J a| New ulM-rilo-r lunjuiA -ciited jr Cral.u""I. from 1 on the business in thc eastern of East be turns-waves the colors in the face of!'slow and t pulclrl voice only |pronounced towards the town, burning for ven sprinkling1, 'spe .
J York an "-xieni>ip aMwirtment (f Hjirnif' an.1f"Qmtclr purl cially snakes.
'IolhlPlr.enn.i"linar In part iftlx f.llnwinf article; i jHartfort, now Manchester. When New the, enemy, and hurraing and shouting I j| the word Death; the Duke ofOrleans geance. Durng this time Washington "'% 1iat snakes!" I
"lW'r lhjc Black(.reT a nJ Drab Tlukt-t<:jutlilJre.Cllaltl: j' had been liberally plied with cold water
hooted almost when ,
he voted
40, do Frork do.; ra4ini.rpen. do do.: Bnmbdziiip ddo; Jersey was overrun by the British: troops, "God save liberty and my country! fixIed spit upon, "Rattle-Snakes and "
2un ,iwrCI.i.h.du do.; Englitb Mennor,do. do ; Ermineil !; : i r. Fitch removed to the interior of'' them in their position and resumed his for the condemnation of his relative; others acids, and volatile ; and happily for 1lr.Pa'ue copper-heads.
du du l.>rm Mon do ki ; Itrnrlwlle do du11111' Lan .1 and his far "Oh! git out du tell-I want tu knowiftbey're
t rn*(la.;; White Lit,," Round Jsrkrti anti Pani. Kmwn do. Pennsylvania, where he employed himself place at the guns.Hcriosm calculating if they should have time to party, was so recovered V
4e Gr... l. ) and Frock so almighty thick! .
; iiirii Co U A larfe aiwirt- as to out mind meet his soldiers
ttirnt o f Pantaloon of p..ry variety An -l'-runt nmori i' in repairing arms for the continental like this excited a corresponding go to dinner before they gave their verdict go enraged "Rather. Dad and I
tent fir the lattTt 'tIe oflSilk and Marwillei Vui>u, fine while the who crowded around him with faces went out this :
Jjiirii Sliirtii,CnUnn di>, H itb LlntM IXUHIIII; LJIKII b"..jj.. arm}'. enthusiasm; the next day Governor women were pricking cards morning
(olla,.(t<1rkiirsnkHJknibUrkRilk r'lI '1 I of honest joy to see him yet alive. After snakehuntingkilled'only a
\'III. llofimrie. Intstheyear 1785, Mr. Fitch conceived Ruttledge visited the slaughter pen, called with pins in order to count the votes: some I
tc. ALSo cttect idby i:> nei i arrival (rtmi New York, an them for such |: cord and a quarter-but then it 'was
*<>oniiifiit ?tie titM-riber i.under tb. imprrrninn that bf will bo able their attachment to him, he assured them morning, and you must make
toriieuleaa)'ur li-r li.at uiy be" tf'd to him.ai h* inn force condenced vapor. When the sion. "No, sir! I am more at home, and !waked up to give their sentence; fanue I allowances."
r> --aud tWakiUlotxneuuIt.tth- fourth .nd mod in>. idea occurred to him, as he himself tells can be more useful as I am. the secretary, trying to falsify a few votes "Oh!! I'll make any 'lowances V V

I cu portant,.t..1Df'nI-Im fur bupn old ccountL to retrire by and Jiy the CASH J. B. DULL.(rom nil us, he did did not know there was such a uN ohle Jasper! accept then this sword," in favour ofthe unfortunate king, and in'. begged them, byt1i, ir love of him, and tracks out'ofthe settlement at the, and

, Ma h24 33I him his of murdered for his in. of their duty, to return peaceably to their same V
|thing as a steam engine in existencc.I and his Excellency presented own. danger being pains time.: But 'tween
barracks. As for himself he his say
NOTICK. 1788 he for the Often did he make it driuk the best bloodof the passages; all this had the appearance went to
I| obtaine patent application had raly been a good how V
his morning
generously chastising ma-
D"OO\IN CllIiIfoqUthU the neat ""P. w Court la Leon at of steam navigation. By, unwearied the enemy. He was powerful man, rather of a hideous dream than of the reality. room, passion, snakes du '
filed nyjoords of
by law.t'r'triiir witbtiw uext Urm of IJw Mid which hadjust struck out a spark that had you agine. you'd
Court. .. Fra"kha rAUnlr. "bins 1811 cnljrt for many \lr enl exertion he succeeded in interest strong, active, intelligent, and of the, When Malesherbs went to carry killPd!"
can V like have thrown the'whole '
:.. atbe UJour. WltholDI treat publIC found him with to town into ,
-r.. nconvrn and fearless eminent in partisan the tidings to king, V
wbJob about in l his most "
.rU'1 be.'Irtae fPa.on and Shim rt'Quftllt IrUse members ing twenty persons plan, courage a flame and feeling himself thetaggressorof VFiveis about average.. .
&..- t rtf Ib powers conftdr4 in m. by them to take share dollars warfare, ever hovering the his head reclined on the table, in.a musing ; "
inducing QJT50 aro/int "F You don't '
cln..lI\d. lb.t the he x so! -
1""rJ..r Cou 1w. swat term fit LrwI Mr'; Payne, resolved to make him say
Nay 1I1'1t. assd that! JIfIW each ,
.uo-tII .r h'lN' i.susi be asking Ilis..
81adt"uraable In Ib.14 laatIILIO d iiiff in front.oft terrible blow and carried off a "1 have.been fur. these two bpurs :
fit lite JOllIe. Te.le, ecI day Ify ur'4er was mea ur (Water st'eet many pre- ; "Which is my shortest way out of this
11105" 1DC" &L, ". recollect what I, doneto. pardon. V I
Mardi 17 f.l a.NOnCEAIl cious Implicit confidence was pla- to haveve '
and theboatwasfound at. trying 'ere
I t go :rte priie. 's settlement! 1 have strong ideas of
and incur the ill-will of subjects.1' The No sooner had he made this herioc resolution ;
tb"Fe Illd bted to the of eight miles an }wQrs. It. afterwards ced in him byi\ the American officers, my sloping'forthwith." '

I J tare reqnesedv511 elltllte'uftlJe miles in he was to a few daring gpir- very endeavour showed goodness of lieart ,. than recovering that deliciouigaietyi'which' V :
1"\'lIUibu and 011 thr weot eighty a dajj alowe pick V. ."Keep right straight ahead. VV
IlCUIIJ I"e inme .i (be.i\lIIttioQ\ certain character but ever :ixothi ksoodptirpoes' ,
IIr and when and simplicity "
etUU cannot U.e The Governor and of Pennsylvania like ; 'go 'come h1 wish
admit .Cojmcil Yel 1
of any fun:hrr i nclule'lee. it hiyr in youa; good, day. Give '
would fromIris'rluJdhood a virtuous mind 'he'then
ALCX. FOAMY IJU\'AL, :were *o much(gratified with i die and where he' pleased. Scarcely was I it 'g"berore'.one taught ;J' (mybs'spectstoyour dad and tell '
Adm'r. of S. S. that don speiit'ttievenhig: iiJ ti circle of friendsmahifestinfe him
Fe L. ,, Peebl decM. they.preA4ted therewith battle foughnn' the South ,between 76 .to'e1eve b he'll have better .
experiment J.lippe
10,1 1
-' I t V -weather
all cheerfulness
tat \ %
All thobC ,.deJA..d the About this ,time, the and 79 t 'tlie1 aid of the rSergeant, \wrong; 'fi)1 grqnnd ofypflVnceiii 'which, t time he
Lu a -
ault.cribe'r(or outitanduig superb sik .! s wiho' >bld'ha.e 'j" 1 77, .ne.it, goes out. ipm! oB-Pic-

tbS/iaedfvl notee and.,erounts arejnfimed; IhaL. a HillS.of cowpauysentMTitLh: te/Francp/ ,.*t!the., andniany acts as darihg.as that I o ih!.celebrated 1- Ins! behaviour, i!people.Hie/ ..execuiiopoftbe.sen1en V j -- V ,l.done wtd be fixed 'for the \O
very wrote
nccepUblc.AtEX d was rooming a V
i i"Hecue nre.JQld.byfondJr ,,.. ._ .
request Ajtr. QQ qlat, wtj uAtiKZi J :3-;
t7-tr ; FORM DUVAL ; Yaj ; ::9 twe f."January 1793. Louis .l-r"invitation to Mr. to meet 'TunaII few V-
rient, also one Co. and wished tion. Thus he went on proving the wis tfrst Payne N.ake friendsno intimates.

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,. the South in Banks and Company abroad; the treaties: and laws of the U. S. and
" 1 ,V umNOTo i, SATURDAY, March,24.NA our naval commanders in the Gulf to do' on their return home. They were internal From the August Chronic1e.and CONVENTION.Sentlnal April by and to employ the same, together! such surplus preserve oar neutral 1 and friendly I

E.-'n., 1 justice for the insult offered our flag. gated in hip relative to their disposition MERCHANTS rl
f i JM rate returned ihe con- prompt; presence to capital as exits at home, In mercantile Great Britatnwere
, i .rr'.I' ihe Sub-treasury Bill. Mr.mid we present the name of Capt Wright to our concerning a removal by the 23d of Yesterday at* 12 o'clock the assembled Delegates, according operations and that with this view men of inluence bonlwlt Also others, unanimus

:;.. < .- to mend the 23d section of citizens at on" deserving their wannest es May nfllxtl as well an to the advice and in- | the Merchants Convention and character be earnestly invited to adopt. protesting a
teem.-N.' O. True American.From tractions of Mr. ROSA, their principal chief. to previous notice In the Presbyterian questioning
1 "'11 i, (:,TH'dually prohibiting the govern- Church.On afford the benefit of their example, by entering adian Parishment. of the Ca
:aver bank They replied that Mr. Ron told them to go under the laws sincerity the
.h .t receiving notes at all.) by of the into Limited Partnerships,
motion of Andrew J. filler, one efforts made :
the N. O. Bee. March 20. home and to work, and not to think of on tb frontier fc
d ttir of this go of South
thinning ) Virginia
"ll\rift gradual pro- delegates from this city, Her Boyce, a Ue1 lately passed by the states the maintenance and
MEXICO & TEXAS. removing that the treaty of 1835 was not peace :
1839 instead of 1638 ; ; Tennessee and good
u c stn simply delay- nate from Charleston, wa called to the Chair, 'arolina\ Georgia, Alabama, ord
The letter from made by him. and no other person ot; a*ora-
This following a private correspondent
tbe amendment
ling one
4 : process year. for Florida.
and N. W. Cocke appointed Secretary CURIOUS
. ; .. be relied! It will be blage of persons had a right to make a treaty DISCOVERY.-Te New
rallied on. seen bat
w" : yeas 42, nays 9. may Cherokeeand ii the of organizing the Convention. 5. That this Convention cannot Yo
/ ThA question then recurring on Mr. Cuth that Mexico contemplates equally a return to cede the land of the purpose the of all commer- Tim pubJshel following
: On motion of Gen. M cDnffin,Col. Thomas rith deep regret, neglect letter
I't': l>< rL'. motion to strike out this 23d section to the Federal constitution, and an organized I was therefore fraudulent and void. They ci ial which has hitherto prevailed a frm a practical Chemist in
Butler King of Glynn County was unanimously pursuits L
also stated that Mr. Ross would ba in thi* don his brother in New
to York
altogether it wr.s carried in the affirmative, and strenuous attempt to regain Texas. I I appointed President of the Conven- among the youth of our country, and which dat
i as foU'iwj : Y'e.r:l 31, nays 21. With regard to the latter we have no fear of country in six weeks from this time. t has necessarily thrown its most important n- Jan. 6, 1833.

iI 1 ; Mr. jTipton) moved to insert a clause con the result. The mrs-called soldiers of Mexico Ve"have judged correctly in relation former to ion.On being conducted to the Chair by a rests into the hands of those who by feeling "An apparently most

i : taininjj a positive requisition that the gnv will!! be beaten to their hearts content by the disposition of the Indians, in our Jonmittca, Col. King addressed the Conversion and habit are led into commercial connexions discovery has been made by a Mr. Joy

i ; eminent shall receive in all public dues the the hardy defenders of Texas. Every thingis suggestions on this the subject fact, as from we what are now has in a brief, but appropriate Speech. elsewhere. This Convention, therefore, cannot a gardiner. It consists of a heating >;, !

note of specie I paving banks. [This amend in favor of the Texians larger population fully convinced of of the Cherokees On motion of G. B. Lamar, Esq., Nahaiiel too earnestly recommend the speedy adoption paratus adapted for all ,

ment having a special t Terenee to the spe more unanimity more combination and come to light. The in the destiny:: is in the- I W. Cock was appointed Secretary by all their fellow citizens of measures the production of any smoke purposes or wit
slate, now
cio circular of July 1837 and intending to concert, and the remembrance of recent remaining I torte Convention. to introduce commercial education among our smn!
the of Georgia -positively a production of heat
hands of their chief and people al
it Lost 22 30. triumphs achieved with far scantier mean train them to habits of business one.
: ,
repeal ] yeas nays : 'Ihe following resolution prefaced by a youth; up
for It I have it
Mr. H cbfitcr haviiiir!: made few introductory We almost hope that the invasion will take at least, will hold him responsible few 'emarks was then offered by Gen. R. Y. nd thereby to establish: a body of merchants as just seen contained i i.
r I that these besotted fools learn, the I least outrage of this! deluded race. Cut shall becenterjd an Urn, the sides of which are so hot
remarks moved :amendment to the place, may llayte, and adopted. whose every interestand feeling that
z 1 I I bill, which he subsequently modified; so as once for all, to know their own importance. we still hope will that principles far of the humanity conduct and o f Resolved That a committee of 21 be ap- in the country which has reared aid sustained it cannot be touche. I is mvebl

[ I to read in substance, so as to require that no MATAMORAS.\ patriotism so govern, his jointej J by the Chair: to consider and reporton them. may be taken a carriage *

[ li'\ distinction should be made or exist hereafter MARCH 12, 1838; MrRoss, as down to stifle any the disposition heads'of his on devoted the measures proper to be adopted by this, : 5. Resolved, That this convention is of rom like a lamp, or in any other way. I

: between the different branches of ihe revenue To the Editor of the Bee-Sir, Hearing part to bring upon of convention. opinion that the establishment by manufacturers have closely examined it and can discover
J followers the wrath of the people
,j 1 f' as to the money or medium in which that the schooner Motto was ready to sail the United States., Western Georgian, 17th The convention met on Tuesday but shorty in foreign countries of agencies in the no source of heat. The fuel, they say
the debts dues of the should for I it would not be uninteresting for the chief southern for the sale of the various +
or government your place, thought March l adjourned to give time preparationof ports. will not cost 3 pence for 12 hours beat
t be paid or discharged, and prohibiting the to you, to have some intelligencefrom report. articles exported by them to the United a large room; and this heat may t

Secretary of the Treasurer from issuing any this place. General Urrea is in considerable AUGUSTA March 27, 1838. WEDNESDAY: April 4. 1836. States, would conduce to the restoration of to such a to melt b nis
order the circular mak force in the of So- last of :31 the direct foreign trade of the south and that degree a vessel
"f 1 general [as specie ] Department Fire.-About 11 o'clock, evening, a Gen. Hay ic, from the Committee which contains it. The
I f ing n discrimination: as to the funds or me nore, and has declared fur the .constitution fire broke out in the building attached t to made a lengthy report of great clearness aid similar establishments for the sale of domesic discoverer will

dium in which debts: : due to the U. State* of 15524.! All the Northern departments, it the kitchen of the boarding house of ability, on the subject of the objects of the manufacture would also be desirable. I not give any information, as he ia.

should be paid ; which was adopted : yeas i is said, are about joining him .T '*w' ..""*. tA,. ft* 1-, :.. D....... oncci.; iiniriy oppositeto :: Convention, accompanied, by *.* of roc*\.._ 6. Resolved, That committee of fivo be taking out a patent for all the
"OW in aiuiamorag is now aoout !2,300 men.- ihe Planters' Hotel, which in the course ions. Tho rurt being read, appointed to prepare an address to the people in Europe where be can b protected, and

I Mr. Calhoun, at some length, assigned i Gen. Filisola is about sending to Vera Cruz of two hours and a hall, destroyed about Mr. Memminger rose and addressed the of the southern and south western sta'es.urlng disposing of them all simultaneously. ]If(

f his: reasons: why lie should now vote against ubout thirty officers in the armed schooner seven dwelling houses and stores. Most of Convention in a speech of considerable length, upon them the expediency of giving it is a humbug, it is a one.

; I the. : bill. Gen. Bravo, which vessel is now lying in the tbd goods from flares were saved in a dam and of eminent ability, on the causes wblcbhave their hearty co-operation in the accomplishment heat will last for thirty hours without Th

Th l.m'US then ordered to be engross itrassos de Santiago, and will be ready to aged condition, with the exception of M,. conspired to break down the direct foreign of the great object of this convention.. renewal. The only an
.:d foi third reading, by the following vote sail! in the course of two or three Peter when this Convention conjecture Icanfarmabout
Resolved That
daYII.- who 7.
Golly's, we understand, lost considerable trade of the South, and the remedies to it is first that there is
', -ye'f27, nays 25. These officcis consists of Captains and Lts.. of his stock in the cellcr, cons'st-': rivive it."Ve adjourns, it shall adjourn to meet at Augusta no fire whatever

On motion, the bill as amended was ordared being a surplus number not wanted for the ing of liqutrs. &c. The store destroyedwere ( shall endeavor to give a sketch of this; on the third Monday in October next: and in the vessel, and no fuel cnsu
i .' lu be primed and the Senate then ad army of opeinlion' on Texas. I nm that committee of b secondly, that it is some chemj process
credibly occupied by ales L La .( jourued, alter 9 o'clock in the evening.: informed that: there is now belonging to the der S. Busard! J. D. Crane & Co., P. McMahon Judge Longstreet followed Mr. Memmin- pointed, whose duty it shall be to take thee and thirdly, that it is produced by the

;I) ame army in Matamons no less: than 800 and George Lot most of the goods) gar; and addressed the Convention for proper measures to enlist the feelings of the action of carbonic acid gas, which

Corrcsj-ond'-nce ..f th lurlesion: Mercury. I officers. The Mexican man of war. Ship I of which were saved. The fire was arrested time. people, and secure a cordial co-operation on ted to immense pressure, and sb r.

r I1.tS1I tNGIO1\ MLu't'b 26 Ijinala! was off the mouth uf Rio Grande, on the east, by the store of Messrs Fifty Judge McDonald, also addressed the Convention the part of the States interested in the objects I quefied or formed into solid carbonic

r i ; ..\.1 Si 1111,c tin.moiiHo' took up the Hill I ho latter part of Febiuary' and landed foi &i Bennett, which was: fire proof; and on and proposed a substitute for some 01 this Convention and to secure a full rep by which action an immense ac

4 "1' .f\ti\ add.tuadl: duties '!II ceiiain public the army clothing for 600 men. It was the west hy the store of Mes-trs. G. R. Jos- of the resolutions of the Committee, so as to retention from every part of those slates. I latent heat would be converted into o
1 A Ofh( <:t.-.s, as dcp<*Mloies: of the public moneys supposed that the Mexican fleet would 8. That is l
:soon sup & Co also: fire proof. The occupants recommend the incorporation of a Bank ii i Resolved, it recommended to i sible heat. All this j is
s ; foi the appointment of Receivers Gen sail for the coast of Texas. of the different stores, we understand, were the South of 40 millions capital, but after the members of this contention, to assemble I mine.. I think a mere surs of

ill eral, arid for the rife key pang of the publicrooney. principally insured. The loss of property some discussion between Mr. Milson: Mr.. the citizens of their counties or districts, and can of no method
g ; and the regulation fur the collection NEW ORLEANS, March 29. but the condensation of some gas for the
we cannot correctly inform you -snffic Cumming and himself, he w.thdrew it. place before them their proceedings, and
ti and disbursement of the 8tmc-cornmtlnly: ) FROM TEXAS.- The steam boat Colum- it to say, that there are at present standing, After a good deal of discussion upon the urge upon them the expediency of promoting production of heat alone. Th degree

le railed (he md pendent or the Sub Tieasury bin has brought the, Houston Telegraph of lhat we can count, thirteen chimney: different resolutions and amendments oflereco the measures recommended by this convention produced by Thilorter, making!

Bill, and without a word ol de:hate, or anvmentidii the 10th instant. The most important intelligence them they were finally passed in the following and particularly of forming Limited the converse experiment with car

.. relative thereto, the Bill was read a I by that packet, is Ihe blockade of l\IcDos"uGII. (>a. March 12. form. Partnerships under the laws passed by the tonic acid, was 140 degrees below zero."

third: ti.nc and passed. The vote was precisely the Texian pariS by two Mexican vessels ofwar ( SOMETHING NEW FOR THE ADMIRING!/ 1. Resolved, That a direct trade is the tea- southern states as aforesaid. .

; 1 the arne with that on the third reading a ship and brig. They are lying off WORLD.-Mr. Aaron Cloud, a respectablegentleman ural channel of communication between nations 9. Whereas the completion of the line of f LOVE IN LIMBO.-We have all Lear

J t of the bill which I ent: you on yesterday and on the coast and will nn doubt be sue of our village, i is now engaged inerecting which offer to each other the best market communication by Rail Road.connecting the that "Love rules the court, the camp,

') j -27 to 25, earth :cnator voting as he di cessful( in picking up many unwary merchd I a tower or observatory on the lop for tllCir natural productions; and that the Southern Atlantic Cities with the great Valley ;" but we have rarely heard th
I the third reading.It antmen. However of the I of the Stone Mountain, in DeK.ilb: county, grove
on as most traders intervention of a third party must operate as of the lsissippi. is ,the most prominentand the little
was supposed that: an attempt wouldbe sail under the American fl i ir, the blockading and. i is determined to raise it to the height ol ''a tax upon the exchanges between them. efficient measure to promo'e the useful god delighted to dwell in prison

made to recommit the Bill, and that, if i it it squadron will not reap much booty by ploughi' 300. feet if practicable. He his the means I 2. Resolved. That the Southern and South and patriotic objects which has called this solitude; true it is, and of verity, nevertheless -

(ailed, it would be abandoned. But it &seem I Ir ing that sea, unless! the property of brother and industry: and says: : he will exhaust all or western States of this union afford those staples Convention together'! therefore, that he seems, if not to have fle

j t, that the realei p.irt of the friends of the Jonathan i is laid under contribution. complete( it. He has now in this place a with which are purchased nearly lh<; Resolved, That this Convention is deeply his dwelling in, at least, in one ,

I administration never were sincere in ihcir The Telegraph describes a visit to Hous- fine second hand telescope that i is said to whole foreign imports of the country; that and solemnly impressed with the transcendent to have been a pretty constant vis'tier a

't t professions of a disposition: to restore the ton of seven Lapan warriors belonging to a have cost in London, one hundred and fiG Y hey are the consumers of a largo portion o f importance of the great works of later jail. A Scotch paper mentions than

constitutional curencm.d to divorce the t tribe of Indians living: on the North East of dollars. It is to be hoped that his enterprise these imports, and ought naturally themselveso nallml.rovement which are intended to effect one couple, who had imbibed the tender

I Government from the banks. The !bill is i Texas. They propose ar. alliance ofTentivend and industry will rot pass unnoticedby ,. furnish the channel through which the exchange this intercommuniatiof. and do most passion, were linked in the bonds of matrimony

utteily iiiconsiitent: with all the doctrines, defensive against the Mexicans, to the lovers of scenes and summer pleasures is made; that on no occason havethcir earnestly people of the Southernand in the jail of Fifeshire-and alike

: and pledges, and prolessions of the President whom they are inveterate foe*.-Bulletin.o Sic. &.r." citizens been found incapable of maintaining South Western States to bring all their consummation, most devoutly be wished
'I t
I i.nd of his immediate fne.nds. 1lr.k FIRE themselves in fair competition will energies and resources to bear vital
Extract of -The office of the Democrat, published upon thi tor by another pair would
Calhoun is left in the lurch by those wh "N. "NATC1HTOCHES.u letter I at Fincastle, Bottetourt Co. Ya. w.i s other sections and that the diversion of their i point, not doubting that such efforts wi crown ere now have taken place ofnmate not envious
Were loudest in their commendation of his 18. trade from its natural channels must have with brilliant success the noble
A fire occurred destroyed by fire on the 8th inst. Throughthe tnterprize.On bolts and bars intervene for
i Tue Hill effects yesterday that has laid a a petition was
1.4-iples. ; no useful oli- efforts of been brought! about by the unequal action of motion of Mr Pinckney,
the ladies who the editorof
whatever. To lock th., fair portion of! the town in ruinr. It brokeout : days presented by two delinquents of difcreat
jest up bank notes the Democrat worked the windlasses the federal government, or by the abstractionof Resolved, That the members of this Convention -
t..'i I'Ublii safes and vaults vri.l enable the in the building owned by Mr. Crosnun sexes, both under sentence of
. III I : our people towards other pursuits. in recommending the aforesaid res
and before the citizens and pump handles, and carried water in tnsprtion
its '
; .P' '.L.- r.. till.op. the vicaiicy, thus occasion it had laid desolate pro buckets for hours to feed our little engine, 3. Resolved, That in the opinion of this olutions to their constituents of the southern to the PnY' aty
: o ,-i ili circul'ilinn, by additional issues: gress which the one aquare e 'Th.t Token,' the town was saved from general Convention such a state of things should no and southwestern states, will afford to them may be before settingout
fJ l *;i is enables them, in effect, to discount; The upon residence of Episcopal Mrs. Harrison *lood.- destruction" the fire! being confined lithe longer continue; that the present condition of the most undoubted pledge of their sincerity, for New South Wales. The fo
i lIt '. K. t.-ibllo deposites. Dr. Herd the commercial relations of the and by adopting them as a rule of their
I ( Mr. Crosman Mr.\ Martin office' of the Democrat. We admire lire country own con pair never saw each other till
.' I r tt'; 'J" that ihe President together,:: with the disruption of the existing channels of trade duct, hereby in the solemn
t>ce'r suggested, I all the outhouses from thechurch spunk of the editor, who says that althoughthe } declaring most the same vehicle, on their way to stand
! \ 'i /II', older the jermissr resolution ol 1 including "' afford an opportunity of breaking downthe manner, in the temple of the Most High, that
terrors" has burnt him trial for ]
. r hat building) on Church street, to the old King of out capital offences; yet, in this attar
trammels which have in all
H)),6. which of the kind of funds so long fettered our commercial dealings they give
'toy : men- Exchange bank St. Dennis from he won't "stay burnt out, nor should he i in wi preferrnce tion, love-omnipotent love took the
on street
li-.ned, in that resolution might be received, ; :: ; our opinion,since he has such fur allies commerce, and of restoring to the South its i to the direct importer, zealously( -
thence the whole width of the power
mid square to second natural advantages and that it is incumbentupon endeavor, in all to the captives captive, rendered them even i
re.-tnr) the receipts to speeio. But it i is as the ladies, and they "the wealthiest! most cases carry out views
street. The loss i is estimated its
at $90- who has and recommendations of this enjoyment even in its perilous fight,
not probable, that the President would require beautiful accomplished and delicate in the every man at the good 01 convention.
000. originated through the negligence his lend his Votes of thanks the "o'er a' the ills o' life victorious." But,
all PS) mf>nts lobe made in specie, of town."-Ball. Transcript. country, to best exertions to the to Presbyterian Church
after Congress fhall, by a large majority, a servant in the kitchen. I promotion of these objects and to establishour to the citizens of Augusta-to the Presidentof alas! 'the course of true love never did

refuse to rcqiijj. any part or the public dues FROM FLORIDA. WASHINGTON, April 2. trade upon a sound and permanent basis the Convention the Secretary-and run smooth;" and no less a person than

, to be paid ill specie. Those Senators who Extract of a letter to the Editors, dated Again the painful task is ours to announce! 4. Resolved, That this Convention is fully I Ia to the Chairman of the committee of 31 were the Secretary of State for the Home Department
the decease of member of in this aware of the difficulties to be i severally unanimously adopted.
were unwilling to rrquire a gradually increasing CAREY'S FEERY, Much 29, 1838.e Congress overcome in this case, crossed the hapless
' pillion of the public dues to b An express has just arrived from Mica city. The Honorable ISAAC McKiM, one the prosecution of their enterprise; but nothing Mr. Boyce moved that the proceedings

,) i iF im t paid in specie, until nt the end of the sixth nopy, bearing intelligence that two citizens I of the Representatives of the state of Miry daunted thereby, and fully relying upon printed at the expense of the Charleston Delegation bias-
. died his tho and zealous under of the many year, by ordering th
year tht constitutional currency should be were shot within a short distance of that land at lodgings yesterday, after an public spirit co-operation of authority Convention. "fair be
fully restored, can hardly expect=! the President i' post. Lt. Soley on hearing the firing anc illness of only l a few days. their fellow citizens, they are determined to Mr. Memmenger moved that the Presidenthave lib penitent to removed to "an Eng

to restore it nt once, or at all. He whoops of the savages, sallied out and ii- Mr. McKim was a wealthy aud spirited advance with untiring perseverance, and will time to appoint the various committees penitentiary for seven .-ears. N. Y.

V t certainly will not do il if this bill should' become covered one of the bodies ; but night coming merchant of the city of Baltimore of exemplary that view, do earnestly recommend the adoption under the resolutions and announce them Mirror.
law. The iiI be taken i private character, benevolent dnpo of the following measures. through the, public Gazettes.
n subject \\ not on, he gave over the search of the other: Correspondent of the N. Orleans Bulletin:
up in the House until the appropriation bills The Indians were supposed to be in number sition, and urbane manners. He was first 1. That an effort should be made to afford The convention then adjourned sine die. HOUSTON (Texas) Feb.
Jtndthe billshall be elected to Congress about fifteen to the importers and purcha.era at Southern 25-Disce-
trcaauiy note disposed of. about forty. Report three more years ago, ful.-On Friday last, the
have says and has been a member of the House of Representativeu seaports, the same facilities which are offered CANADA AFFAIRS l: DETROTT.Agreat Prsident stop
been wounded elsewhere, but this i is ped in the streets, or rather was
t during the of the elsewhere; and with this view it is recommended meeting was held at Detroit the accoste
greater part
t OUR FLAG FIRED UPON BY not official. The country above is not considered on while in the street, conversing w ith
intervening time. r N at. Int. that the Banks in the seaports shout d 12th, composed of the most tieo
i MEXICO. healthy; this post as yet is remark- intelligentand bv Col. Wm. S. Fisher, late Secretary oft
We give below the official account of an bly healthy. NEW POTATOES.-On Tuesday last new immediately apply the a portion of their respective : respectable citizens, without distinction Navy and D F. Weymouth, late
to of comm
1. outrage on our flag, which calls for the potatoes, raised in the vicinity of Frederick, and to the purchase of foreign credits exchange of party, to hear the report of a com sioner General of Subsistance. .
.t and severest retribution. While From the Savannah Georgian. Md. procurement or appointed to collect information Fisher who was spokesman known
promptest were served up at the U. S. Hotel. funds in Europe; and that they should afford mite previously etc
i 1+ the steamer Columbia, Captain Wright, won es FROM FLORIDA. They were of a good size and elcelle..tquality. the use of the same to the importing me r- i in reference to the insults and my of the Prsident walked up to him (while

1 her way hither from Vela co, with the From a passenger in the steamer Wm. Who in the same latitude can beat cant upon a discount or collateral pledge of outrages alleged to have been committed the other persons ranged tbemserfeswith

*. stripes and stars" flying i at her masthead Gaston, Captain King, arrived at this portfrom this t I Citizen. such good paper as he take from the by the British authorities on the rights of the President in the centre, both iu"

t she was intercepted by two Mexican ships Carey' Ferry and St. Augustine and merchants of(the interior,may and that this accommodation American citizens. The committee reported angry manner) and spoke to him. The P

ol war, who fired upon her repeatedly, tor d, from other sources, we learn the following : I CON 'CICNCE.-A gentlcma.i in a store i in he afforded as well having that they had crossed the river sident who you know is remarkable for

but for the derided conduct oi Capt. Wright I A letter from Tampa, dated March 24th, I market street, showed to us a letter yesterday more than six months to upon run,paper as Detroit and satisfied opposite pltenes. received the gentlemen in his pa-

would hAve compelled her to stop, if not says-' between five and six hundred Indians : which he had just received. It contains that having leiS and that the Banks of upon the batteries themslvesthat Fisher then asked him t repeal

t submit. Before we give the official account t, and Negroes are on their way to Tamp 24 dollars, and the following) remarks : interior by and no or fortifications were e or retract certain expressions made ret*
collecting remitting
I we will state some information we have from from Fort Jupiter under the escort of the .. SIR-This is one of the ejects of ref i- the proceeds co-operate of such to the banks recting, as had been reported. Every alive to him, to Col. D. T. Weighmoutb; the

"; a well informed and intelligent friend, whowax Tennessee volunteers! and a portion of the gi n"-It is a good effect-a fruit that do on the sea coast that they paper maintain the facility- in the power of the magistrateswas President refused to notice it; he then reqoes*

o.-j hoard the Co] imbia. Some six :2d Regiment of Dragoons." notes the soundness of the tree. dit of their Bills and keep down the exchange ere freely offered, in order that they ted to know if he held himself responsIbUfcfliis

t, weeks ago, a schooner put into Galveston Another letter confirms the above, adding [Phila. U. S. Gazette by redeeming their own at the seaports : might obtain all the information they de expressions and actions; the Pre

: Inland apparently in di tren. She had a thnt "we have no other'! news by express." ; and that on the other paper hand, the Bank sired. They found no American citizen replied tht for his official acts he warDsible
: large number of principally It is stated that Major Loom! of the 1st MAIL CONTRACTS.-The advertisementfor to ..
in ,
t. (passengers: in the Southern Atlantic cries make prison, having, the request of the popleis b
t.'r ; i Mxiun< < nudsSpaniard. who trrj,! permit I Infantry, had captured two Indian women, mail contracts in the southern section, e m- arrangements a his personal personally poasr
which the
by notes of all of them each w r
the sh all magistrates, interrogated prisoner
: >t''tO'I..it l l*)" naval station nt the Island.- who say that Sam Jones had gone to the bracing states of Virginia, North Carotinal a,, be in each. blc. Fisher then requested to kiow, if h i
S. Carolina at par as his place of residence and his
Some of these parties, it i is pretty well south and Alligator": the west, and th Georgia, and Florida Tel ritory., 2. That with view t cit Gen. Houston, would receive note froa&**
for four and half a to the important sub The the
known, communicated the particulars to the they were both willing to surrender if they a years commencing on the of the zenship. jail, different roomsand to which the President replied 1 be
J Mexican Government; and there i ii a moral were lurited. Maj. L. had circumnavigatedlake first day of January, 1S39, will soon be prepared Southern equalizing Southwestern exchanges between apartments were clean, warm, and tb scene ende. I have so <&wHere
Oke-cbo-bee in boats. in the post office department. and Territories well lighted, and their entire **
conviction arising from the facts already this convention appearance was attack him, .1 ?
known, and from the very large number of On Saturday last, we are also informed i, The department would be happy receive t the various! banks of earnestly the recommend to preutr air of comfort and cleanli awed by his coolness, and perhaps tbey felt

men on board the two attacking vessel that Cap Hanson, in command of two companies suggestions from members of, Congress and these States or such as principal be cities of ns sldom seen in buildings erected fora not quite sure, but they would catch a Tat*
others, of which may convenient!] '
: his the intention to land a force on the Is!f. of Dragoons, arrived at Fort Mellon. any improvements may b e located, to receive the bills of Y similar purpose The committee tar. In an hour or two after their BfceWg
made in those in the other in stat
and, and burn up the Navy Yard and other About three day)' march from that post, he : states transportation of their general business and that they are that the treatment a challenge was banded to the President froo
the mails to such
either the roads adopt
to which
as arrangements
on i it -
establishments there. Th brig spoken olin stales that while crossing a large cypress for settlements of prisoners and is now characterized Col. W. S. Fisher. The President immediately a
be carried the of the at short i
frequency trips periods
the annexed report t. was the new sloop of swamp, he struck a trail of Indian, pursuedand mod as they deem suitable mildness ) referred it to his servant boy Tour, tt64
and and
of the may by humanity
of connexion the ,
manner between
war, "Igula& ," said to be one of the finest overtook them. They were in cumber conveyance different other Banks against whom the balance proper should; bnevolence. carelessly put it in his inforg<M
f allto
vessels that ever sailed out of Baltimore, twenty to 25. Capt. H. lost four of his : routes or any particuiars. furnish funds for settling the second, that lie was &siart JJ

She was commanded by Commodore Lopez, men in the attack, and was wounded himself an interest of six same, or to The committee then pree t Maiden 1 Nacogdoches, and that he WOflJd think of t
Letters pay cent from 1n
carried from thirty two to thirty six guns, in the abd.man, but not dangerously. I addressed suggesting to S. R. improvements Hobbie Esq.shouldbo Contract of settlement, and per that a committee the period -' and were received military i iof affair at all events .d he t I shall gi.Y it

and is believed to have had over 200 men He took four prisoners, and killed, as is Office Post Office five be appointed to take such command at that post, withthe same courtesy attention such a thlag mrits Thus enow
asi in
on board. The other vessel was the "Itur-i supposed, several of the Indians-the bal Department. their judgement will measures manifested by the civil authorities. this a afiajr- parties sonceraedi j
Publishers of in the carry fully into effect the direr &
bide," commanded by a renegade American ance escaped. It It reported that COli coo- would confer newspapers favor the states named preceding recommendations. The committee had with tIOQ of Gn.Hq loD,pho
named Davis; and though carrying only IS else, or Wild Cat is one of the prisoners. a on department permission to see with his usual tact geniJemaa ,
and the public by giving this notice inseriion. 3. That the Merchant of the and converse with the that tb
an South freely ,
gun,had on board an immense number of The News of the capture of 500 Indians, South West and prisoners the worst of the atTair, as 'Q Rill no dO'' '
Globe 20th inst. be taken
+ men, 8uppll>;cd to be troops intended for the : &c., by Gen. Jesup t* said to be confirmed earnestly recommended to were in the engagement Point nu think. The Prwdet JWed for N.C

descent on Galvetton. At the time the Columbia by letters received at Fort Mellon which Toe WHALK .ERy.-On Saturday and give markets preference and that to the importer in their own Pellecisland. None of the prisoners are dachas on Saturday mornings report raps

stopped her engine she had on a post our informant left last Sunday, touching Sunday last nine whalers had arrived at the of, fair they afford them an opportunity citizens of lchig. Those that were brings back a wife of this, however, I c.W

heavy head of steam with all her hose ma u. at Garey'a Ferry on Wednesday last port of New Bedford, besides several ache by making their competition first with other sections, not on board of a pretend.to TC!

nbd for the purpose ol. using the boiling water at New'Port, &c. The New Bedford"car. Southern and South-Western calla for' purchases at schooner lying at the wharf at Mald. There was.t been a* affair of !bOA>
lor defence or attack and could CHEROKEE DELEGATION. estimated in the seaports; and on The few since a Capt. Aatigsfi
easily goes are aggregate, to a. too other hand, that the Merchants commit went down' tb.. a day btwn
have down the "Igualj," which Captain We learn from Mr. Bell at the seaports up the civiltook autb 1
run a respectable citizen i mount to no less than seventy thousand barrels shall forthwith ice t place wher t4 and a ,

Wright wan xtrongly disposed to do, but be*- of this country, that the CberokeeDeleg of sperm and whale oil, which, at present such stocks of goods as set will about importing ken prisoner te and were '>satisfied that the (hold of the gentlemen and bund then

hated from the recommendation of some of tjon who recently visited the city of prices, may accordingly to the New Bedford rates, a supply| to the demand en.ure.from the at fair spot was within the jurisdiction of the to keep th pac. The.hIsyorolbe< ci7 ilea

bit nfliceri. His conduct throughout is Washington, to memortlise Congress in relation Merrury, be estimated at worth fully I cant of the interior. mer- Canadian F. detrmn to StX'

sptltell uf by all as worthy of every commendation to she treaty of 1835, stopped at t two. hundred and sixty thousand dollars. 4 That an earnest and'united emmnt custom, and th I a'

and while we re-ecbo the call on Franklin. Macon counter, N C.- on their r [lN, Y. Cou. fe'Enq. b* made tQ draw borne the capital effort'forested should fn. Appropriate determination resolutions' to m.iq, i ang.I.VoJa s ih ed to cpi ctp ei God ,J" t a,'-

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PASSENGERS $20REWARD. attthorbed lossnooac Major Jew ,
Tilfi PRIDIAN "A Daniel,yta'! A Daniel come jtuigatn.l Per Steamer Newcastle from New Orleans-D. WAY from plantation six miles W;'TATLoa, ef MlewSuHe/as s candidaterrpfcsent LONG GK1VOT-' ,-

Ir. the last number of that able journal, Northrop, Lady sad servant, J M Minke-, B R RAM of emasvile my! the night led of Leon County ia the State Conrention. HAVE established brsaselves at New Orlcana1

TALLAHASSEE* "The Watchman," Mr. Editor, i is a piece Mtrtel vv Anderson, W C Aodr-rcm Rise, Cur Dreembtr, my negro man 0 by the 8m o Ran .."..h 3__ .. ITinsactioa of Commission Business,

I1FURDAYAPRIL 14. 1838. headed Dislikes," and signed John Slo- tis, Doa Lang and Servant and Col Mills for St dal, twenty-fire years of age,between five fe te -E are _other ised 0 an oaaee GeL Lci" sad sOfieii the,pauenllre of their friend's and (hbpublic.
West Benjamin VVindhell U E Leoa u> which ihrT pledge their beat services.
Joseph. R K inches and six fet hu complexion is not of 'I'f READ, U S candidate to represent .
cum." This spirited and chivalric wnter J L Chase, and Dr Charles Haire fr biel Aft l7 3 i4f .
'. ;publish this week a notice of"I be McCrery the dukrst abide, spoken to would Ib C'onnty in the State Convention.ifareh .
Annuals boldly enters the arena etiquette and with Si Maiks. emit, be followed or went in company with lib 3 FOR NEW ORLEANS. '

c.int of I the Magazines and to the tone of a Chesterfield, utters his dirta on to the neiflib ,rboOii of \m. p,1adn His wife E are ftnlhorixed to announce Maj. 0 cocoa Amazon, Randk, mastrr. For ,

which, we refer our reader The numbers the manners and customs of our .0t'etv.A .- MARINE ELLKiENCK.I i el ngs t Sm. Hall niaty, Florida, 'f't T. WARD, at a candidate to represent Leon SCHOONER &te. arfly to' '

January, February and March, may bft an I the boy is lurking about his plantation. county in the B.ate Convention. TAFT.HOLT.&CO.
fearless he scruples not to elp
at this office. They fully sustain theeGcripiion censor morum POUT OF ST. MARKS. harbored by some white mama, la Ilurtherjriewardof March 3._.. at M.rb. April 3, 1838 36 wl
feen invade the privacy of the social circle, and flOO forevideaceto _
given j in the p'OIpe IU.. Sub I and solemnly to parade the light Arrived-April IO-SiearnerNew Cusile, Lewis the same to conviction. The above reward prove will ,' E are authorised candidate to announce to Gen S..I Leon FARM TO KtNT.O .
gravely PAaKHiLL
tl 1 i jcriptiuns for ibis work and ait o for the Mu gnieties of the hour before the world throughthe Ne,v Orleans mdz to aundria Government be paid it the boy ia Jde in jail e that I g.i ,County, ia the State, as Coay.n en. represent T owned rent for the Mr.preei.t& y rar.A.the Farm lately
Belir New
Hero Lt'iara Orleans him. JOHN JONES. by ijamin Charpef, being
feum of Foreign Literature, &c., will bet medium of the "Watchman"-no longera stores, to Capt Wm C Halley. April 14 36 wt March 3 _____' in Leon County about f miles (rum Tn/thaJv:

received nt this office. sentinel on the tower of liberty, but the April 11-Sloop Opera, Davis. New Orleans LITTELL'S E aTe .uthoruaed iJ annouocc JAHCS V.'t'f This (arm is said to be highly productive,has about

ti -- ., domestic firf"-lIide'-the Paul mdz to sundries. W* TCOTT, Ja. Eso.. at a candidate to ISO acres of cleared 'laid under good fencing witha
around the
l t The n"tathtrWe have had no rain in py Kth. Brig Statira B bbidg from New York. Spirit of he MqD Annual repre.ent Leon county in the State Convention. rood Gia House Gin and negro rabias. Apply
in which bo ha "
of the been in
parlours is num
Piy hit Narch
to to Jr.
: weeks. This Captain B. i report two day previous 'rHIwok ,
f 1 ibis section for tUe last four permitted to intrude." But I will drop : arrival at Key Wen, two veael U. S. Transports p.es I will make two volumes a *;; T E authorised to anuoeace Capt. T o.- April 7 35w3_T It Price
w-father j h much against: the planters. i "John Slocum" Mr. Editor, if you will allow had touched there bavin: on boarj 6 or 70 year. The begins with I83S. \f .f AS RKTJKHJM of Miccoonkie aa a candidate SALE OF LOTS IN THE TOWN

! is with difficulty Ibid the floll can be furrow- me also to drop some of other dislikes at Indian, Seminoles captured near Key Biacayen three dollars a year, payable in .dnnc Anneals to represent Leon County in the State Convention. OF
my The Spirit of the Magazines and
cd, and colton seed remain in the ground I fin their way to New Orleans. probaMr iliow cmj- i March 10_. .. PORT LEON
the time. of I reading
I same composed of the best light
: without vegetating, nnd must until we have "dislike lured by Gen. Jesup in the vicinity ofhis camp.New all the British .rcea. a very large E are authorised to annonare LKSUC A ON Thursday the third day of May next- will
too to xchr Kuilall
see promising young Cleared 9 Amazon
April prioicl. \I
be ofiL-rei for sale
rain. What fine weather for operation a- of able to supply Ihi. TnoMTto E5', as a candidate to represent at public action on the-
men"-especially after giving such proofs Orleans, 130 bales collon. quantity premises, a of the foe in he above
Leuaj in the State Convention.March ran tnwu.
alt the County
Indians indeed thfi whole t>in<;le Magazine most portions
rivxr.AT entertaining
for Suwannee
be season Sie.tmer.llert
Left Long
*' I 1 his place is located at the Unninaiioa of
an J. S. has- kept out society. should of B'ackwcxxt's' Magazine, The Metropolitan, tOW the Talsha.see '
has been unusually favorable, but has \\ I 11-"ehr Hero, LaU.am, Senybal Florida l Rail Road(.. the of
bay St.M.rk.
It i
much piefer seeing them kicked out.I New if-nthly Magazine and Humorist, C"ur E Are auihoriseU aanonnca Colonel A. M *
passed by unimproved. di.like novi homines, little co'', troopsGALLIGHAN'S Magazine, London .Magazine, Monthly tg.iul GATLfM.as a candidate to represent Leon favorably located on the highest pound liD the bay/
your your and is believed to be At
1 od,'. .\11 aiDe. Genl men'. Magazine, County in the State Convention. healthy. a place bf tomm
mushroom men of ye"lf'rday. who have to tree, it esses lie of
advantage at
Joumtl. Chambers' f being the
The of ihe of the Indian VEGETABLE Univer ity Afagazin", Ceurt March 10
npwlt capture make noise lest should be termination of the Rail Ri.d. over which it
a great they trod. Journal Tail's Book of Beaity tran>
\II JOHN 83aer
Gn. confirmed FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, uinelee' >fcl are auborised to announce
by the
bv Jetftip is verbally, mirxprefs For- ported principal pan nf the produce raised and
which arrived here yesterday from den noon. certain and lasting cure for thia Jite-ise. For Literary ilueoir. Friendship's;Otering, &c. 'I't *D, Esq,aa a candidate to represent m.rehaaize consumed in Midi;Je Florida, and aev
I dislike wolves in who A et."e.Not 'illbkeaD MUsionary Annual Leon County in the State Contention. I
Black Creek. Information bad been received sheep' clothing, sale by &c. t lighter part ef MB- nil! of the lower coantiesia Georgia which will
are sowing the seed of party strife and discord WAODEL. RANDOLPH fc LEWISTallahascee. scum Ill ii Literature and is L tel. this March 10__ make it a place ef SUIKD trade end business. The
there officiall! it i is Mated that the Indian 36 ;
/ April 14, Rail Road
OJWE authorised to announce Company intend
in n quiet community, who are array form t(suit the convenience of persons who have are I coa&ning themselves i
] : encamped in the vicinity of Fort Jupi ing themselves against the constituted FOR NEW YORK. : nottimeorinclinaton 10 read the more important dl. HECTOR W BKIDEH aa acmdidate lorepres the carrying business, and will Dot store either .

ler had been raptured ; and tvith others to authorities well known rket Uri StatinC.. Bab- all cl, uh.ch make up the larger nnd mori c.-npletework. "m Leon County in the State Convention. goods or produce this place. It will be important
of the country; who are perpetually THE p ? I. recommend to morehaats to prepare their buildings to meet the
While March 17
the amount oftilx or seven hundred sent toT hand' we mu t always 1
>Y, whining ab"iit oppression: and who when .._<-, Master. for passage only, having ;he ii.Ulfl.-.-r"f. ;.. are* rr ...u..u j _____ business. of next fall.T. .
B.iv. nUo heard he _
lti own _
mp" : "uum so lie ii .J..inn., will *ail on or be tore the arf'd lead n we ofler in this. work ? eu .1".., _. __." .1. .... _,
rport horn T Oll'a. Thus far i is encour they are lo"il..d hy intellectual superiority firstof .May appy: ui itcH ot Iir..,y. nr 10 the mUture. of | cal and highly interest. RICHAKD H. BaADFoao at a candidate t. repre- 10 be paid in flinelf' days frem asIc l for wkich n&te
cry down with. the aristocracy." Master OB ',uard. mucb that II unexr.e..tionle sea Leon County ill tbe State Convention. with endorser WI J be required The
but the! in of liter
: same brings m winch
nging express I di-like (nnd no doubt Mr. Editor you do) April II. 36 ing. wi b a considerable prljrllon 'I. March 17 payable, one third ,rt the first day of Feoruaiy .
f.irinatioi. to the Governor that the Indiansare wi I more generally ?
those who would,Tain, n* Hudibras s-iys NOTICE. The size; of our is so us. the !/pe *-> tI WE are authorised to announce next eLl third in six months, and the remaining ..
in Ahchua county in considerable numben" |pare l.rC. third in twelve months from the first of Fet
committed Prove Iher; doctrine orthodox, UIRTY days afttr daic application; will l he compact, th tt these 72 page a month are equal i? Colonel WILLIAM WYATT as a candidate to represent next. All the oar r
arid have d numerous d T payable at Union Bank
pre I' By Apottoh'c bl.,.t and knocks made to the Uononible ihe Jude 01 theSuperior U ordinary octavo pa u.Ve could not an'ard 10 I Lon County in the Slate Convention. interest frem day of sale.
, dati'ins and murderf. The inhabitants have Court fu- the Midd.e District of Floridd print them at thii were ii n"t that they have .
prre MJrch
And lastly : I di"lik' inconsistency ; I ( IB a few days, plans of the town will be drawn !
principally abandoned their homes and re for au.lionty 1.1 sell the lollowing scribed lands : rca'lj been printed in the larger work. and left for
itHpwiion the
at office of At
break Ctane In
dislike to see a lawyer through those S. 31 S. F;. Sec 31 S. W. Sec Z.2 Som of the I isis > have contained almosl ( WE authorised to announce
tired to fortified ptwl.I moat of them to New .b. qr .tec qr qr aum >ers ( are 8u Marks; at the auction dire of Robert, Hart
codes which he dwells nan villt' where they remain without 01 Towus'uip ne. !e DAKIE.L DUD E.5.<%., as oeinuidatc to re resel.t ley ia Tallaha-aae; at the State of J. J.Vuken
auy the bar ; I dislike to see n !nhvaicinn dU- West I.III aec C, Nonh <>aif >. W. qr. Sec 6, Kant iurnh'rlor October last, we copied the foil wing fer-o County iu the Stale ConventioC. M. fupplies. Gen. Euntis. the teller states, h regard those mnxims ofheslth which he hall: 5b.. qr Sec C, West half.,ec ft, of t o*nship articles, bJng nearly all thr Book of Bcal1- I It. a < ; store R.
In and the
fu-ed to receivethsin into the service of the lays one, 1tane 3, South: and East. North half N. E. i he Kmpeior's *>warf; Story (.(the Bac Uoom WE are authorised to announce Moetfcello; at store of Forman

I.'. S. or in them supplies conceiving down (for his patienU' ; and 1 ditlikr to see qr A. hdll r.. \V. qr '. half S. W. qr, t!:. half S- Windo.; The Monk of La Trapse; A.y Con- Jon N. PATBIDOE Esq., aa a eamJiJate to repre- awd MUST, in Quiney.Byorder .
grant the of G d "look the wine when 1. The Invisible Girl Aisha Irabiaa Jeffes in the State Convention. of the President and Directors of theTi1lahauee
man upon S. qr. N. half a. K qr| h tlf a. E. qr E. hail vtnt Dabs; a s. m son Cuunty
tktir terrice unnecesta'y Surh a tate of it is red" or upon the punch when it i is N. W. qr E. half N E. qr of Section 7. N. half Tale Rhoda Irary ; A Leznd of MaIn .ker ; Marcu ill Rail Road Company. .
affair n truly deplotabl N.V.. DndV.. -ectioii 8 Bore A Ski<-fa Tb Part- -- T. R. BETTON, Sec'y
hot. when he is urginz vt the qr, qr ol Township Apropos| [ .. ; Syrian ; fJ'WE authorised -
upon necessityof" are to announceCd.
4. Ra>ge4, Souib and East ii-g ; I U..m of 1'eirarrlia ; Tile C"n"t.r; Bishop
MORE INDIANS.-On Saturday last about mortifying the flesh." MA.tY N. NUT 1 ALL, \ilk ns on the 1'ossibil.ty of a Psssagre to the \. JAMES GittM. BIll candidate to represei.tJeflVrson STRAYED from the Sab5eriberic .

12 oVIock two of the troops from GumpWticiasa PIIILO-FAIR FIGHT.P. ."d'mnolVm.. B. Nuiiall decd. M..on. County in the Slate Convention. I Tallahassee, on the 3d April instant*
their .4pril14 36,; The I number January cmtiitr the whole! of Mar.h 10 _. i a small Bay Stud PONEY, abcot 4
from S Mark
on return : ...
S. To "' Things ukirh I dislike,"- the spleoilid Annual .Ant mrs of Enlan'l-. with authotised lean old tinne roaehed close; huin
were fired upon by Indians on the Monticel- JSUTICE. the IK-SI p.iri < t f iht Kt-epsake, ai f..ll >ws: QJVE are to announce a white 441t bis forehead, a faint .*bile streak
|L toad about five miles from l\I Hnnlill.- Published in the Watchman of last week. SIX months after d tie, I shall make returns to Mrs. H'nrans; S.r W .her01; Lord, Byron ; Co1. .\.aiM BELLA, as a canoidate to represent down his right nostril and branded S on the right

Th Indtin. hsiled them in their rear, w-hirh I don't like to be excluded from gentetlsocieJy hon .iabkCous.ty Court. of Je'.itrson! couii- R b rt S"Ulh'y ; C.anic.-s. oi L5e-.sn.toa ; E.I-! Jelfers Coanty in the Suite Convention. dip. A liberal reward will be given to any person

induced them to and fired ihenim : merely because bolh from principleand :y, tlnd apt- M rcb 10._ who will give information where be is lo JAMXS D.Wrsvcev .
stop upon ddininiitiutiun the of ililain G. T.M.t.lcllun.lalc .
on v\
e .e ,Ja Esq or lo the subscriber.
education I hln.k Jhelly Thuni'S Moore Lsra-i
am a lIwf. ; ; ;
this 8Hnation. One elf the of said Cbtrt QJ-\Ve.ate authorized to announce Gov. COLEMAN.TalLahassee.
"l. .
men was uninjured county ceceose M d homas H. N.
'JOHN Miry -lh< other was struck by a !ball which SLOCUM. H. YUUXSG AJcCLELLAN.Administraior.. lam \V OrdlW ussc1 rth ; History ofM' jlin, lih raving; Julia BRANCH as a candidate to represent Leon April 7th, 1838PLANTER'S ___

jiufsed through Ins ear, and slightly grazed The Royal Marriage ; Th Tw.i Flirts, 4c.c.. County the Stale Convention HOTEL
tm neck. 11.11 horse was shot in the hind NORTH EASTER BOUNDARY.-Governor _Mount Veinon, April 14. 183R. 3tiin6_ Published' by E. Litiell kCo.I3 Chestnut Jf.irh3_ 'I4LLtAISASttZ. ,

ksthebaI1 ihe Kent of Maine, hns communicated to the tt7We are requested to announce Mr. street, above Eighth, Philadelp'tia.' 8IJ aUe. by OJ"VE are authorised to announceCol. bfoVm
skin Subscribers their
lodging which
was G. &. C. C r.'il, &. (;o., New York. ; Otis Broad- THE respectfully
cut out aid sboxvri lo us. It had been manti'a'Miir LeffisUiuro a peci-il: mftssnge on the subject JOHN CAYFORD, as a Candidate of Gads- ers & Co Ot'll; anJ N. Hickman Baltimore. POBCKT BUTLER as a candidate to represent and the publIC that they have taken

,ri Miih a hammer, and nu dcubt an of ihe seitlenv nt of ih. vexatious; ques den County, for the State Convention. Price 'f br' c Dollars a year. payable in advance. Leon Coun'y in the Slate Convention. the above House in Tallahassee, and are filling

I'all. lion of the Nonh Eastern Riind v'. The Five IJoljirs; will pay f.r two copies. March 17 up for the reception of visitors. The building will
Indian W Bare authorised to announceCOL. 14 undergo tboroa repair i nd several addition will
speaks in decided manner of the Apr 0- WE are requested to nominate
message ( H the the establishment.The
HLNU! \WAoiiiNOTuN a caudiddu LU r..pre be made during Hummer to
The sale of lots at lola, which look placeon necessity of immediate action on (he suljrrt: .-eDL Leon County. in the Late Convention. LOSS OH MISLAIL). Co! JOH.I G.GA.au usa cand.daxe to represent Leon table will be famished with all delicacies the

the 2.1 inst., amounted, we understand, the more :o. as Great Britian has ever exhibited AI'11114, A rote given to Wiliam S. Pope by Joseph Coun'y in the Stale Conuention. market affords and the Bar will be stored with the
Io( !>s, dated February J83.S: payable one March 17Q:7" wines and
i choicest of and liquors. The rooms
of SO.OOO. These _
purchases such
lo upwards unwillingness to have (he
an -i-
\VE are authorised to announce alter date (ur one hundred and
day abat thirty bed will be well attended to,and visitors may safely
we ate 'hkewiitr informed, have been mad: boundary ascertained according to ihe. terms DiMtL Ben as a cai.duia c 10 represeni tilltlll- dollars. All\ flersons at fur"arud from trading WE are requested to nominate calculate on finding eicellent accommodations,

lir, individU'tN who intend improving immtdulelv. of ihe treaty. The British government nre dell c<.uiuy in the State ("n\'elltlon. fur said note, and the maker from p-iymg it to aisypers..n Major Bay CHAIHCS as a candidate to lepresent Leon and good senranis to render them every necessary

Thin for the present situation of determined to enter into no negotiation for April 14 bar my.elt HAlllUtlT POPE County in the Slate Convention. attemi n; Is

\Ju"/IIe it creditable to the town. tlf POCKET BOOK March 31 : .if A,m'n. March 17O7 They respectfully solicit: the patronajfe of their -cold
very new exehange territory or privileges, lest the LOST. -
LEON COUNTY (OUR March Term friadssind the public.
sir,21e, noint will be. how the disputed noint Samrday iastat, me candy hop Messrs. WE are authorised to announce J. D. RYAN,

FLORIDA MAGAZINE. Rt'v.J. D. Brown, Khali?) be divided between the paties.; 'The ON)a VIII &L h.UltI 'DI, a led.Ltr S.IiW. tj pocket 1833 Present Hon. Leslie A. Thompson, General THOMAS BROWN a< a candidare1 to represent S SETH P. LEWIS,

lNuk w ith a cla.j., cunuiuing fitly ooe d"llaul1Jy Judge.WHEREAS Leon County ia the Slate Convention
of Jacksonville East
Florida proposes to Governor recommends that the )language of N. B.-Good stabling and provender Jar horses; Eon
sad Ctiitial HolDI1111.. ,
CintUniu* aOld a auic uii.au Errcutors, Adminislra Mu"i J7ttT .
puMi.-h HI th.it place a periodical under the the lr"aly which i i. KO.Iear and decided in i loi Unity dollars uu James Caiter paj able uu Guardian many hare neglected to file! We authorited April reasonable 1, 1839.terms. 35

abore title. to be devoted to Literature, our favor be rigidlv adhered to, and this i ill d.-mana. nil PI.U.OHS arc cautioned rom iiuJmglor their rep.rt. and ac.unia annual'y al the firsi are to announceDr. '

M I.riliu. An! "ml! Science Agriculture and the only way by which we lire likely to cometo the no e. A liberal icuaidwill be gives Ivr term .f tins Court in each year, asreqairfd by the Tbomrs B.Wynn as a candidate to repie- $IU DOLLARS KEVVARU.
the book and COI.l utlI. UkUKUi:. ...UaTuN.Apiil iherewt"great Leon in the State Convention. or Su-leri from the smote of the1
Camrnerc. The Magazine will be published Isws ol this Territory, and in ronn uence sent County STRAYED
definite result, nnd what he "
any security, l4 .G of in 'I allsias..e*, on the Vdih '.f
I COQUlien hath ar.en ;in &h. ettUMent
remi-quarU-rlv on good pnp<"r, 96 pag* oc- Itllks, have we, that any line can be fixed: UTIUN. their accmints. It is erc( rfd, hy the Court, that in C"WE are authorised to announce March last, a small BLACK MARE,long main and"tail if

t/l\'o. at $5 per year. We shall pubUsh the upon, which shall he permanent or what LL persons ure Iieiebjr cuuuoncd against tra order. to flare" opportunity tnouch delinqarntKxecuiors General Joan P. DCVAL as a candidate to repre- a first rate saddle nag. The. above reward

prospectus in our next. certainity is there that the new line may not A du>g tor IWO jjfou.rsjoiy iivics, vue ol *iuth : Adminisirainrs. and Guardians, ci-m- sent Lf County in the State Convention. will be given the to any Stible person in wti Tallahassee will retdrn saij
mare to Livery or give
'Jfb the law. this Court will 31
UuOriel ply heM an adjourn- March
puyub.e by inyt-eli iu Skipper iu
be 'impracticable, whenever it msy come I. WAVe information where she can be rectfvereJ.
Master Peter, of the St. Times the amount i4" Kiiiy dunars daleo in Fcoruary1B37. cd term on Saturday the Sth day of May next, on
in contact with of the plans of Great MANSION HOUSE. 4-
any Tale said filly collar uutc 1 have long k>iice or before ddy all delinquent Executors, Ad.
hat mi-ieJ the mark in his squib at us last Brilian 7" The conviction is forced mmistratore. April 7lh, 1338. 35.
painful p..idnd uaunit tet iicsioi of it, tiuu 1 Wail 01 Guardians ere n-quired to render NEW CITY OF rEHSACOLA.
week. The title conferred is entirely gratuitous upon me that Great Britian i is determined to jie\er iwy again uulc l wlpc..llJy I.w. Aiso and file their accounts, and 'hffl they are requireil subscriber bavin purchased the lease and A Lust 01 Leuer., ren aining in ihe POSM.. Office

Unlike some of our co temporaries hold this territory that sLe now claims. AndI one luc maile payaole by .\arUI J. Skipper lu to attend lot the *ettlemenl thereof. And it is further THE of this wdl known establishment ai ThomasviJle G-o April I, 1s38, such of
trued Uabnel ordered thai citation rio IKM; against all who Mr. the late will whick as may remain three months thereafter,will
v.c to ban of the Uunici Skipper. IIJ by mm clupperliT1" from Tay'or, proprietor, be ready
aspired more one reiterate the assertion heretofoie made, *; amount ol one Lnndrtd iiollark d.iicilsometune shall fail or neglect to comply with this rule, and 10 receive TiJtor hy the I hat of April next. be sent to the General Post Office u oVad letters.

people that we have little lo hope from the forbear in .tuguuit 11CJ7,as *ell ai I Cats collect, public notice is diiected to be given hereof and Numerncs and costly improvements will bi found Persons calling for any of the annexed letters below

nnrc or action of the British o\"rnmcnt.- Jie bald Dule.a ;uiuc l dIe payanui ol' to uubiie.akipptr that the penalties of the lew by disallowance ,fall in the arrangement and accommodations of theMansion please say adYer-l d.
SOUTHER CON\'ENTJON.-'Ve publUh I Their aim is the and now Hold an wiiaei agjiiiau, and aui commisitiiii and oihfrwie, nil: be rigidly enorcei. House. New and more commodious Bathing Abbott Willhm W McLeod Jun.Norman
in another column the report and resolutions apparent to expunge treaty oetermmed never u> pay 11 in any oiiior way ills- A true copy fr'm the minutrs. Houses will be built, and warm baths will bt. Adams Lewis MsdrycsrMardneRobtAtkinson

of the ('nvcmion which met at Au l" on provisions, and to hold on with an unyield less cumpelled by a Out cv*n>e of law.b. D. MoRAENY Clerk. provider at all hours. A stable will be attached io I John Jf.rnii ilexdndrewMcLean
ins to their modern claim & march 31 34 Atkinson Jaa M Messrs D. & D
the 2d inst. There was a I humhr grasp to rejectall J. W. ROACH. Ihe House with good ae-ommodauonfor hersrsand *
very proposition having the treaty line for Boile'i M.b. April l U w4NO1'LUE. WAShiNGtON I carriages. First rate horses and carriages will be AtwiJl Lewis Murphy Sen. Henry f y%
of members in attendance 'from New James ;
Adams John too (i)
also IT. for hire at moderate and sail and
their basis I cannot but regard i i' as nnforj Female Seminary, pt H
Florida \ BloantDr Richard Newton used L
MO-SM. Richard 11. Lou:, Vm.Trudewell row boats, with peraonito manage ihtmfortbe
and \V. II. Ware.A tunate that our own general government, ALL persoas sue.liercoy I"r.arne against tra- MISS SARAh %Y. UACKETT, use ef visitors. Billiards and other amusements Batey Wm W Ned Elijah (2)

public! dinner lo the members although it has always recognized our right" u, 'u a ill, U *w dtrauge, lot one R1ICIPAL usually found at watering places, wiil also be fur. Bryan Hardy OWIB William
was given to be consulted before conventional .uth.Uru uullurs pa>ab>e to me unUtrwgiiej, lue second term in this Seminary, cemmenccs nished, and so conducted us not to interfere with Bole John Proctor M rs Cinthy
of the convention by the citizens of A U UIJ- any .ale go recuilecicu. .Also, lot I due lull like wme THE Monday, 2d April and 'ler the general information the comfort and quiet of the boarders. The wines BllkeumJames PkUor Plaits William '

laduring which a number of patriotic and should be adopted, hs in a decree at lebst payable L u.e tot Mveuiy lour dollars 14Ue if applicants from a distance, notice is and liquors will be of the best quality; and to en- Cotter William K ye lds Vim H (4)

complimentary louts were drank. Among given countenance to the propliety and expediency v 4.ts, g&el by Jonathan It'IUlw. .wc given thai board Air pupils can be obtained in the suie a full supply of ice, a cargo has already been Crawford Bird Rasain John ; :
the departing from the treaty line." paptrt l.te been lost or stolen from .uo crit>er.lUOa. most respectable families ia oar town, at prices varying ordered .fetch will arrive aboet the 1st of May. Calden Sherrod Smi.h Wm P
regular toasts we find the following : J. .k'Oui.Apsil fr.m Un twelve dollars! month fuel Drnison C R Shehee Ayley Berry
In respect to the proposition for running a to per Mr. F.G.Barnard, who formerly kept a popular j f .
Florida Soon to add another flower to 14 36-w3 lights,and washing included Hotel in Wa hinton City will condact the Hotel Dan.el MosesEdward Standland R T -

the gdrland of our Union. new life, he considers it inexpedient for the .NUTLCE. The course of instruction in this institution is fur the Proprietor,who with such aid, confidently Sherrod Spence Joshua .

Coi. Long. one of the delegates from State to acqulese in it till it is demonstratedthat ftnHE stockholder ot Uie.leam Boat NewcasJL thorough, 'rmplete and as extensive as ia the fRO"IIpprov"ecl ensures the visitors of last year and his friends Floyd Baxter Spivy Edmand ..

Flurda this sentiment in the treaty line is utterly impracticableand tie wilt uieet aiBruwn' Cuy ua _v euuay Northern Seminaries. The discipline and geee-rally, that they will receive every possible attention Freeman Thos J Seckiner Simeon .ItFenneltDeiopsy
responded to a tULc. ;
void from uncertainly.The .._. the sitQ tiibL. at O'\tC" f. i\i. lor dasa studies ii each department are carefully adapted ; and thereby expects to give general satisfaction. Sheffield Pliny J >
hoit but appropriate 8pech. He returned 01 the C<. ibc c.t.arL..r pup to the ages and standing ol' the pupils and in all Forbes and Buroey Shepherd William I

his thanks both for the compliment to the Governor concludes his message in I'Id.u orgnnuinj me la.e; >cssion uipauy oi the Uld Legislative Uoun- the Bible u a book of daily study and recitation The local advantages of this house art too well Horn Hill K Tailor Burrell (*J

Territory and for the gallant assistance rendered the following judicious language;-Our situation c.l.. being regarded ami only us the means of enlighien- known to need a lengthened description hera: The Hall Eindred Thompson J IDOJl .

to its citizens in relation to this interesting question at April 14 36w2ALE ing the oonscienre and purifying the heart, but is facts thai Prnsacola is the largest naval station of Hodges BurrelGHawes Toggle L'on'td
by volunteers ot this moment demands the exercise of cool the louis l bf l all correct education. the Government, the general rendezvous of the William D Viele..J Nathan 1 :.
Georgia nnd South Carolina. He gave the : AT AUCTION Books oed in the Seminary-The Bible; Wai. Golf Sxuadron; the salubrity of iu climate refreshed -I Harvey Thomas auAjame&u-
following toast in reply : and dispassionate judgment' and careful cau IUl.cntr will' uer fur bale at public ker's Webster's. Dictionary ; Child's Guide ; constantly during the summer months by Justices of In. Court ofW ftrter8 or W1.ri'C. 1 J

TAe volunteer tif South Carolina and non. but firm Bcti n.Ve owe U to the Gen THE \Vedi.eaday the I8ili insL au the Mount Vernon Reader; Analytical Reader; Pore ihe coolest breezes from the Gulf-the beauty of Thomas county Womack Benjamin '

Georgia.Noble, brave eral Government and our sister States, to do vnol Hi. Marks, iunl ws previously dupoaed oi ter's Rbcioritieal Reader; National Reader ; the Bay and the neighboring islands and rivers, Korncga Sarah Ann Wy-heJohn A F J
generous, always Ladies' Class-Book. abundance and of the fish La vines Richard Warnerl onardTWillonRnbia
nothing bear and forbear ll yravdte saC J Young the delicacy with which
rashly or hastily-to
ready at the call of their country to breast I Coils dale Repe, Peier" Parley's Geography ; American School the waters abound and proximity to the best Southern Lovett Josh'da ..
them to the hock in defence of their unfor- for the sake of the peace of the nation BuxcsClaiei Wine, Geography ; Maltc '. Gecgrophy. markets, give PensacoU the preference over Lewis Ow en Whiliieldj ames' ;

tunate and defenceless fellow citizens. and the quiet of our borders. But we have It tvindow a* nes>, (Li) by 12)) C'x)'(rich's First Book of History ; Second Book all other places in these latitudes as a healthy and Lewis Prior WbitfieH James (2) .

a duty to perform to ourselves and our constituents Terms, ca u, o uppruvej cre.it of History; Willard' Republic; ; W oreelter'. El- delijhifnl summer resort. Melntyrel-a. Voumans si h JMIUXOCJPIJ..B

We have heard a in circulation who have entrusted the rights and A.\JHLtuSE CRANE. ements of History .ith Goldsmith's Greece, Rome First rate boats will run between Pensacola and ( '
report honors of Maine April 14 36wl ____ and Eegland; Goodnch'a Ecclesiastical History. Mobile and will at all times be able to take the passengers JAMES W, SMIlil, P. M.
casting unmerited censure upon the troops to our keeping. Relying tLLt; ; LL uu tor sale low Andrews' and Stoddard'a Lalin Grammar; from the New Orleans boats. I Apij 7, 3& 5. r,
S under Major Taylor now engaged in de upon your patriotism intelligence and caution.I It for \ conkiguuicnl ala Qoodrich'a Latin Lessons Latin Reader; Vir/til; N. B. ARNOLD. .:-

fence of the Ocilla frontier. It H stated place these documents before you, and ask 6u Bru'bh.Flour Cicero's Select Orations. Penucola, Feb. 15, 138. 34-if I NOTICE. I.

that their failures in capturing the Indians your action upon them in the confident hope 40 l>rla Prime Pork Emerson's First Arithmetic' ; Emerson's Second Gentlemen wishing enase rooms for th.eir families .THE Co-partnership heretofore tiiD1 i r'
Arithmetic Adams New Arithmetic Colbarn's address the firaoMart1&Hartwudisso1edoi
can proprietor. t
Bns ; ; al.Pensrj.cola
hu been in of the neglect that the rights and the Territory secured to UU Wbukey Mr Sewell T. New Or the 11th of March 1838.. All .
consequence 150 sacks Go.n First Lessons; Bailey's Algebra ; Day's Algebra; Taylori at Orleans, '.1e forr er day penonsindeb't.ed ;
of the officer and inactivity of he troops. us by our fathers in the field and the cabinet 10 Mads Hams and MidJ Sings. Playa f" Euclid. proprietor.lUfer. to saM arm are requested to come forward aad t;

We assured that ,uc'hI will not be impaired or surrendered." Ap.il i4 bi HLiMtY BOND. Smith's New o rum mar; Mrs. Phelps Botany ; T Sandford E.q M' C. Cullimi close thnir accounts as early as possible, and thos
: are on good authority [N. Y. Lincoln's Botany; Hay ward's Physiology; Coin- B. McAIpia Eaq.,LiesuK.bby. HO'iIe-S T T.r' b.yincwma agiiiaat the firm, are desired n pre-
i j. Dot the fact. The troops are every day Express.A VluGUMA bTAlfi LuTiJblKlf. l>e's Physiology; Alcoa's Hnuse.l4ive.In. ; Gallau- Plor, P Ree. New Orleans.STOPTH1FSIXTY. J .eattb.t4 N.M.Martin, who is alone aatbdrtzed .

At active service at least a large proportion Capita fritej, .UO. I ,\ 6000) Uthl, 10,0. 'del's NaturalLy Thcoloyj Paley's alarttl Theology to settle the .m. Ii. M. NAKTUT, I

. ofeherr and they have been so engaged New PnorcLLiNO POWER.--Doctor 50 wt llXW. TickeufiU, s at" iu diupum IIuu.- ; Alden's Class Book of NatUral Theology ; 13OLLARSRE" v WILLIAM w. tJART. .

ewr since, called into tho field. Brandreth is now in New Orleans. The dale w il cut on Wednesday Ibm April. Watts on ihe mind; Mason on Sc.If.Knflwlede; WARD. Tallahassee _Aprjl 11. 1638-w4 35 -
the of *jl WILSON. Kidd's Physical Condition Man; Smellie's Philosophy on the night 14. M iiAl'flN-Will I Iatw.StandofMsnHartwhcrehe
Picayune says object his visit to that STOLEN of e 12th of March : continue busioesa
Taylor Warn U in his
we indefatigable ex'itioiii April of Natural History; Comsioek's PhilonoS'ly a eat ZO h miles
is charter fashioned 14'l'u lp east of Tallahaa-
city to a new steamboat :
I as .'dl a* Captains Shebee and KENT. ; Comstock'a Chemistry; Wilkins' Astronomy; are, Florida a pubic: horse, bright sorrel, awitch will ilwi t Dln sed to trend to the Wants of
which is be I ) v $
: 'ewsam. The troops 'bare scoured the to freighted entirely with FARM situated 3 miles (torn the U. S Arsenal I e'* Lo;ic; Abercrombie on the Intellectual tail, bud fareaad marked U. a. on the left shooJ- the public.j He .has on hand a good stock of

t E hammocks and swamps ia all tbat section, pills for the Mississippi Valley; the engines A and about 4 from tue junction ol Chat- Powers Alexander's; Newman's Evidences Rhetoric of Christianity, or Bhir's Sullivan's Rhetoric;: dVT c scoundrel whr- stole the horse calls bias- .eus wbtch he win sell low.for cash, or to euslomera
of 150 horse iahocliie and Flint Persons wi liii ; .df D. Hewitt he has
f to be worked by pill. power. Riv.r >g t sharp features red hair and who their
! penetrating thickets aoj I |lsgaoni, throughmud rent, will do Will atlde the in rat Poltlical l Class Rook. about 5 feel 3 inches ., gh. Thirty dollars w'lfl be py accounts promptly once

t and water, nfientiatetf waist deep and lahassee. t U. C. 5ublfbr JUuDLtT RATES OF Tl'ITION. given Ur the recovr.ry of the hone and thirty dol. .vdr. .'

. Although unsuccessful in capturing Indiana, We learn from Capt. Heuston, of the April 14 363 r. Forrhildren under 9 yiars ef age per lars for the apprehension and recovery of UM thief, A pril1. J8S$ 55 .

i it has not been from a want of disposition schooner Agnes, arrived herc yesterday from WOTIOE. For children quarter, 9 and less than 88 60 to that the Jaaca\can be brought to j..t ce. _JOHN V.\ JACOHl, _
\ 8t. that to hi. leavingit over Information respecting either the bone ot thief Ca1e1 ttwn A
Augustine previous Mak
r lark of exertions to do M ; and all reports SIX monLaftr !sl we will present oar te- 18 years, 1000 to be lea atthit the Floridian. .
: to ike contrary, we "are authorised to was reported and generally believed that .ne wecle to the Uouoiable the Over 11 ytars, 12 00 ICT" The Columbus Georgia Papers wIll pab- First Premnira Cabinet Maker, or N. York, !

. say, are as untrue Gen. Jesup had captured all the Indians Judge of the of Leos County, aid The onN extra charges in this Seminary are Itsh tIe above 4 times and forward their adkonnts late from Columbus, Ga. a
as they are unjust. There
that were in and about the vicinity of his pray to be discharged from the adnainisirauon on for Music, per quarter 15 00 to this office for settlement. RESPECTFULLY inl"ortn.he citisene of
Its too few troops in the field for efficient the eIL ef Htxekiaii Ponder, ded French, 5 00 April7 354 ef the Territory of Flori

t 'eryjce, and until more are sent, we must camp, amounting' to between four and five ANN P lHta.! Diaing avid painti!io.n their varieties, 5 00 da generally*,tkai he Btends permanently to locate

l expect no further operations than merely de hundred, and that be bad also captured 50 I E u. lONUEi AUm'r. aefel'eocu-The Trasiees beg leave to refer to EDUCATION. i himrt if in the rill of Taltahassee, for the purpose .

i fence of the inhabitants Indians near the Ocklachuba Lake, with a April 14 31mlSALE the fallowing renilemen A MA RRIED gentleman,and graduate of the of maauAetttring. .. ..
Rev. 8.;S. Davis Augusta Rev.8. J. Cassels i CAftlNET
cumber of canoes. ; I University oTGlasgow, Scotland beg expo- WARE r
OF TOWN LOTS. Macon; Dr. W. H. Weems, and D. P. Hillh-iuse, rieneed, m the business o? taition, and accustomed In iJ1 Its hkba1 i ucI..Q'e8 the
Aroio MOT. the celebrated' Chine [.Charleston Courier, 2d inst. SALE of town lots in the new county site .Colu1buKj Danie' Chandler, Mobile! and Wm L to rue the preoaratory sad onderxradoatt'coats- wm lie t tielr adnl\tAce by pubrlC orders that k
lady here
who was not long since M i i i M A Wai Couaty, will t ike place oa the prem. Harris Columbus, II..; Col.. R. H. Long Mart4ina. es with candidates for, aad members ot the. Sooth inlg4ii or work ftora giving the tie'
exhibiting her litfeet" The extent to which counterfeiting has north as

tI the 3Jd inst. ', wa I pleasantly Florida Carolina College, wishes lo Ueate hisaself p.miansntlv Ity'e ind **>tk will
an hip not be excelled
in New York, has lately been dis bean carried on in Ohio rosy be inferred situated about twelve mie west Of what is Inf'ial. a on all subjects connected with thiiiflstiiutionr I (at the expiration cf tke pntcw f sat,*ih* la tM United && by any

covered in a retired country cottage in from the fact that'Ibee June last, the U. .S. fOde the head of naYlp" on the or on that of beard..an be obtained,, healthy part of Floids u Principal( ah aduftmy Twhojawantitfnrajtarawjdwefl
Monrnouth New suites River, and about the br.ppliaY to eithet of the undersigned. or C..llen.! His lady aas dueled tImed M.
county, Jer-ey. Sbo Marshal at Akron, ban assisted in detecting t net to order from the north, as the scbscribar wfi)
TowaOocdl I and tin Laie neigh A. L. ALEXANDER. Cbair'n. lb. arduous
Cherry to datiea
I tbts individual Hrka' )ears of female, eduettioa he able
who induced to all demaada ia sheet
her sapply a
to !***" (662,000 counterfeit bills which were in borhoods. I BAM'L'BARNrTTT, Tmu'r. and inisnds to Make It the b4iiM&'oT 1M T life- very time,

her n'tjve |J..nd. on the promise of leturnuigrr readiness but hAd never been put in circus T,of sale.-One fourth in six monlh one E. M. BU Jt TOX *etfy.Dr. References for comptienty aid character can be assooaunMUriaUajidwockmeaai north _..fi -ai th*

to DT parents in one year, alter exhibit lation. The same officer has also made; (oar.. twelve minKs, oni fourth years, .JOHN H. POPE, givefl to Lheratl iJd\Ie. in S*.tl Carolina Eefcre < s-Qey. Call K. J.Hae." E.Lock-
Sf to the eur of the and oae fourth in thr years. Bond and MARK AWE: td Th4dat Leters addressed to IL 1.'EdaoMa ,.
Wtj public finally and three e.re erman, LJlaJ H. Brodie
twenty-six arrests captured ,Capu Brow,
pre.el LOCK. WKEV1 at A-YckviB -
required : ,8.C will
IbaD4QD bearinr ,
with Col.
her w1 b iain.ist. A. AJstao B. JT
to t1 Bradea Win.
the Prftte wn of a poor aes, together with plats, Wet, and i chaleT'Na". CKJIONu :JAMU W1J1OnEIJJ tHfrttfia. L8wi1. Lester Ca r-u

; .:I., .utfc wbonj sfo fa '!!! aioet re- ,paratoi for covpl.tf.itiuj. .lf' Mj.rchZL, 144. March SI Mm .sf M

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COUNSELLOR *ATTORNEY ATLA\V* LL persons are hen by warned against trading of of
A RESPECTFULLY informs the i Citizens will open an offire in the city ApatarhieoK
4}; TALLAUASSCF., FLORIDA. far three certain promissory notes, drawn by its vicinity, that her SEMINARY for the sale of the LOTS and LANDS* belonging
i. 7ILL regularly Attend lo business in the the undersigned, and mad payable to Joseph B. for YoUNG LADIES, will commence on to the Company, and for the transaction of any business -

.:.l 4 Co-trt of Appeals, and the Superior Court* fat's( or betrer, as foll-tws. Monday, October 23d, in the Rooms lately occupied relating thereto. Eziensive surveys are
of Lt-on, will l Ise found ut his o'lice on the hundred fool on the fiist day of January, 1833: for three The instruction pursued in this instantion will U: ::- concerning the Lanes already surveyed or explored

4 b'I ert EasiofiheC utt Ht'ue Spin re, near to hs thousand dollars. embrace a complete English coarse also the Modern may be obtained by application lo me ai Apalachi- tt'e
: &ciJeiie. unV-T absent OT professi mil buswrs' One note of the same dale, and payable on the Lnngmges, Music, Drawing, Panning:, and cola, or to Mr. JOSEPH BROWN nt Tallahassee, AUCTIONEER
Dec. 30, ls-3/. 21 tf fist dy January, l I9( for two thousand dollars. Fancy Needle Work. ,. who is authorized to receive proposals..and is prcDucd -
___ ODJ note of the same date, and payable on the The present 'erm will open Monday, ,October 9 to give description of much of the property. Commission AND
I LESLIE A. THOMPSON.ATTORNEY first day of Januaiy, 1840, for two thousand dollars. 2.\d, and close July 93d, comprising forty weeks aUo U made to John Carnochanaiauincy. Merchant.
tf COUNSELLOR AT LAW, As the aid Joseph B. Wattf- has not given us the The term divided into four se sioni, each succeeded may .Atra1B wA'rt Mondays Satord,

TAIXAHASSKE, FI.OFJPA. consider.iiionagreed upon, we are determined not by holidays, of half w erk. JO3. DELAFIELD.paacl.ieolJ N. York & St. Marks me
to pay either ol the said note*, until he complies TEHMS.For 1838-23---"Em.
c HA resu-iiod the practice of hi* profession with his agreement, or until a due course of LAW. tuition in all departments of Engliih studies l/ _
wiJsivrhs: prompt attention to nnybnsinrgiiitru M.JRTIN PALMER Six im.nihs alter the dat hereof, I
; perytar of forty weeks, t'O,!)'', lor those over 12 WUTlCii.
t >ted tohischarsc, in the Supeiior Ci'urUrf tlMuldte JAME-. PARISH, years of age ; for those ever 8, and nnder 19, $40; to the Judge of the Comity C.-ori

Districtof FicriJa, aid in the Cuiiri tf ..4pcain. DARIUS WILLIAMS..Wonticello and for those under H, $o iO( ; half payable in ad 'fLeon Coui.ty; Florida. to be discharged from sIll

a ] ,Jefferson county, Sept. 30, 1837. vance. further duties ns administrator of Xnchanah C. Rate Vessel and
/ Office on the lou'Ji iJe of Washington Square. S-tf Mjdern Languages, each per year, 815.00. For, depended,which litters of a ImihMratioiiwere FIRST be employed in this experienced line frjm"1 w

I rei.!. '7, 1s33 28 A CARD.THOSE Drawing and Painting, ItO. Afresh supply of this VALUABLE MED1CIN E crantrd to me by the Judge oldie G.BECKCOM.said county court ther port-a vessel will sail on the,ft tosail h | ..
Music 110<) fir the term. just received. ofl. rn. S. and 2lth
month and oftener should
Charles S. Sibley.II. indibled to tie> sutisciiber are caineit- Embroidiry and Worsted Flowers, and work,$7- SLEI.Y from vegetable matter Jan. 2?, 1838. 25-Cra every quire- pitrona*lr<-

p to cull and settle their arcnuuU. MATF.RMLS-EXTKA. PREPARED HOUCK, Baltimore, which flWmn. P. Ouval, Fsq., is my attorney, and pcrsn WSI. \VYLLY3 PRATT
S. Attorney Middle District of Flo.tjs'ln''ci maybe Agent \
Administrators and( Guardians who for aJtrtisms v L
owe Each Young Lady io find her own s'and and takiu with perfect safety by nil ages & in all dix- i.avingany business with the estate, n ill call on ROB'T LYOX, Agent St.iiik.St. '*
his professional! services ns Attorney are informed that their bills are generally S.O.D.
and Cuunsi'llor tt Law, in the collection of debts of so fin ill an amount that reliance! is K-Iely hid be had for tie thi Seminary ejv; in curen ore Inr the toll >nin disposes : him.- 'Marks.fpril 158'M., \ : 3tj .
Boarding on pupils at Lots of Appetite Induction Infl.uniJiut.iuol' *
Dytjp, TIN \\ ARE *
ttr in MidtMe Florida.: Fie will attend nil tl.eCourts on theirtaiicr payment as they are not worth and families. NOTICE.THOSE .
in genteel private he Stomach lle.ut Burn,
in this District. Office next door to the the trouble forced collection '1 his ieni rk'will I Diar-haa.Dys- TWH E subscriber continues to carry on the rninH Iio
Every nt'eution will lie the .Vind and person are in .
paid 'elted
| Flux Piles b'islulu ucicd Alcnsura r
iesidMirr> n*" J D. Wcstfrttt, Jr. Esq. als.) apply to the distant 1'o.lrcnf ot the Fl' riJi.m, Manners of the Young Ladies committed to be cutely tioo or and, Fever, Bill'mus, or Ileniitlent Fever uf.ieiu.-ing ot Tin Ware, and will at a'.l times by note or account | :Bnestlj -

Ti llahsB .c<-. JinuarvS.Mh, l>*37. S5-lf who owe 'or subscri].lions Prier to 8th Apiil 1817. cl.art'tof Miui I'arrou, and it will be her effort to TypLut, Aguc Fever, Scarlet, Fever, Small Pox, F.rysijif1 -, have on hand a gcncnl asortmr.er'm, either at whole requested to make immedia-e payment, Jre ear.
The subscriber is very patient, but drcws it but j merit the saC or retail, on aa reasonable terms as can be sold the subscribers before the first to
( and of
; 1C1.t' U. VVjLLK; < llL). approbation ofLer friend patron 1 or it. Anthony's Fire, Asthma, Pleurisy, AKasles i September
fair it &ive ii'iike thit his Young Ladies disc nnepied with the amy .* remaining J
I irr.vt.r s. CJb\\'SiLLOR: AT LAW, <> Seminary, Yellow Fever, Costiveness, Wind on the } toinacJi FRANCIS. unpaid aitIiatdatewJi5.
k 1'ILL.tHAS3EE, l'1.ORID. fl i the press, on the first of January 1-33, and will can il desired, receive instruction in any of the aa- boweL, Chulrra Mor!>u (Consumption, WM. II. int the hands of an a'torney for collection
be l rewarded to Texas, ArkiPssa, and IsewhereUM. bra nche'i. P. S.; Hating now an experienced Workman, E. BARN.IRDJr.
[7 ILL regularly attend to business in the Ir/i.iieira/ Coils, Coughs, 1 Inflaminatioii of the line
% WILSON. a'l articles will he made to order in the above ,
Urri.RExrr.iGen.. Brown Rand all Gov. July 1 1 18.t7.-17 For
Ju-'ge E-
Gout Hhcuinalibin lull. B.Peyk10
V Court% of Appeals aBC! in the Superior J' 13, 18i.-3-tf: Call Col. Bu U-r. rhrj, I'uUy, uiiaiory sore and all Job work done without delay, either in the ,
I iLri.Jt. Crimp, Inflammation of the hcait, Dropsy, CO P A H'l u\ MRS|II p.
I tin w s'.ect iron bush. W. II. F.
Courts nf Lena (J.iiNden anSI Jefferson Counties. Tallahassee Oct Uth 1637 10-4w arc 01 ess.
: ,
Uirkciii Li.ease. of the Liver, Jaundice Difficulty
FOR SALE. 22tfLVND subscribers hate this
Jan. 6. 1K53.: diy
Office) N. E. Corner of and THE e'tj
Fv McCarty of mskii Urine, Glctt, Hysterics, Nervous and
P* &\ \fk feet "hite P.ue Lumber : under the firm of Tafi
Monroe si 7 > 000YJmo inpSIint'iApply
e p"r
It It o: .4' a ,tii: I 0 iii LJpOt, 1 a1ahaste, t') 11 is due lo Miss PAfctROTT lo tate, that iLcharges l and Veucreal diM uses, t' -* s \ f.fection. will sell mv tract of! Land consisting oncr.b S. S TAFT,
.. of >i.. .*mi. Ok dli OIsCaSCS rising from Im- tTO "in of cultivation, win
.NOTICE.in'i' 11. A1tChhlR.Mtrcii in her scLool, both 111 their preheat r ruce a St tic GEORGEG BOLT
_,4 1" Ir mdup, I hir.tll apply to tt.c JuJge IC), IS8 213pEiNS l, and ia their original lorn, w'CIC itciermiatdby i"Thi RIa4w.J: Vc. has I'IICC pr bottle $2. good gin louse, and screw, a sufficiency of negro GEORGE .MILLER
Ifl'1Ae411p ctli-ct
off! K'-den' the a i vice of her friends. LJ iLe Cut instance, a [powerful as a Spring cabins, and provisions enough to supply the plantation St Marks, July! 1,1837.
C f-r lin.1 l di
Co-u-ity < uri a c ci.hrr Iu4J f'all Purifier in these uln.se 51
mishinfj so travel rorth t.r friend co'suhed who chiiilreii rpquirr the flirt The land is tuaf d d n.ijes
u was having iofduca'e year s
Jrin V a'nriiistration of ihe
c e-taioof
to Ap'al.ic? will do \\cll ID pay ( iiikLniiiit and new vi or ; Such prisons from T. lidh.is .Mic.isukee road and adjoining
.1 : tOW inoliv1* ui delcai'y advised a higher < >en the
Vcs.n. .
;: .
c JOHN L.N1ERA'1tii'x.irii
attention to hit:- fillonin!; rt-g'ilati' ns. rule than circtuvuiancea w uld ju-Jily amid due matter would U much benefitied by usIng to or three Mr. Lorimer and others. Immednte posse / LL persons -will take notice that I have thj;.
10.1-tf: : .TI- i G A ni'\v M 'pe line ii flux 'It t it'hxLrd Torn T-ilIt-! io PI EsrmciKUiujsul; uiteJ lorrtt-; *! s.iIer, b<4lU-K, wlJrh tony be taken nuliout regard in drink sion will be gi\en. For tcrrns apply t. Duval anoHn :' d.'y filed in the office of the C'erkof (.'adjdi-n

LIIK: : orrici: LKON sur. COURT li.IS-PP to K.iibi.igc by ..y d Stew.ni' BriJ.r lion, 'In- uiid(I 'i'iied, aJtrrn niuie ilelil-ertt ',de- hr did. Many | r ne are disased for the wan chin*, TallahasseeB.. A. CHAPPEL.Jan. County CoirrFl-ri'f. rny final r' ort and arcsua1
aiid Plea-m: Giovc i l< a\iu. 'fallaliai.ee <>n :Men- ruled tie of Ug [vuriiicd. Thouvanda of persons arc ; tf as Guardian of th* late Henry S. Mn h''>
the ISJd.
upon pre-iiu rate, i lowei r. < Gr nrn a>d
Al td. J i vie '( 1'lt r.J i, Ju-; C. I 183s.Fanutl _ _ _
: llno! 1v d.iy the Sth its. ut 12 o'c'ock. ant every other lay which ui ieaM il's puo iUc la iu'ak. Il i ifc i'L ikkUuying tUi ur c<*litmiou.t l by ncElcctnig to apply CE.t that so soon as the law aliows, I shall demand
Cruiplah.u. :, tlu'rcifier, iUiii.! lie) jear. Pa.agc doui Talli real pleakr.re that the uudria'gned c>d'< r thUxpla- a proper| riDacdy ; lo such the I'anopta will be tie! said Cour; tie seitlemeat ih'Teof(2n.lmTdu.

}" T.nb>' otliers > la Chancery. liace 1.' I3.intrjte. five d liars, from Bairbr.d.'cto nitiun, and recomuit-Ld to the juUn.n.ijte if their wore tJinn doubly valuable as a certain and effectual LL persona I avingd minds ngainst the estate charge as gnardian. THOsS. GRiy

& J3toulj di<*n.l < ?2n. ) Ar.ulac.i'! by .S'leaia I'.xcle:, eight dol.. jctlou citizens, u seminary in which il.t high miruil] iuot're&tniuig them to perfect hI nub and of Charles Ul.u-k, will be picas. to present Oct. 20th, 1337. ,,2NOTICE.
*nT n TIS'.H; i out w.ll l-epeil r.ed alt>>geil.eriii lln-day, and intellectual: tharacti of ib<: cuuij4isl.eJ piinciiil vigor ; few fi/nilu-k are exempt from Scorbutic them nnintdiati ly ..toKOBKUT -
PL4 j 'ri byat s.ic' iv cviiVnrp, tl.a' the an'nsex'' ry tflori will 1 b ma.le to giio; gsnerai ) issullipienf the !t eetIOai which exhibit \ ru.us s) w.ioms; 1JnipUlcerauoin. ; RAYMOND REID, or .
J .H. tV n.1.ints Lalvjyin. anJ | guaranice t* tie pupi sloi ac-
I' ot'-iors to.e'li- .TisMcti n, the ioIdi..ld'r. fl ttertl.eniSL-l'.ei tint quuili 'n of ul! hat is useful and ornamental tu tOii&, ., Debility, I.o.s of Appetite and CIIAULES II, AUSTIN. A LL persons in.tz. d to the cstatpof the late
r it inh 4i iiai tsf this TciriV'rv but _
H CASJ.S/JLa, Agent. Din jiropeily uUeiided lo, are sure lo produce the and u yjnentti. tie uniesined! : andnllper'or bvia.,
irsiile Thomas Randall %TOTICE-Al1cxedmiori, legatees, persons
in sonic Uoit d State it !1.I 1. ortl.ivd ]
p Forpusajp apply at the strgtffiee.. greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea is re- 111 the of WiIson .|aim* wj i Ipiesenr the .an'e for payment
eiiiirled lo distrilmiion! of estate
I that the said deii h: nts << I.er-- beftux ( prrfcrl1
the 15.U Jay o. M iy ti'-xtnr.d i.iprear answer ihccoiriplum-on or .Ma.ca. 10. 1&38 31-tf 'J'liomati Hroun, cuuiLuciided in all seasons of the y ar, arid in particular Royal deceased, laic of Ja kson county, FU.. are luthenticated, or tie sam* M i 1 bn larrrtf
Frunci I'ppe, ai a urcveututive Iroui alliJi>fj .Mii warmcli- P KERR
( ,
1 their demands I
an'stiill, or me .i.ie \\ill! bfil: 1 ih< in; and f-pniiMon ar.d i iliirps thcreoidtrr' imiDGCTONtVF.STJEKSEYlIIGHSCHOOL.( ) Richard Iluyumi], ioatea&.d date p-rbonn, wLin tlibejsc* are preva- authenticated, within two jears from the dale t.f JAS. A..I.ERTHELOT.
"l leit. Ly Ukuig the Panacea thnc orfuur inucs u this will I .- foiever barred. And all Adniinisira en.
ft < ac-"r..i'iL'y.! itl >t f'i-tleror>lcieJ that Robert J. Ilackky.Oct. or they per-
., a copy ofitiis: otili i IIP jni,! ii-. .-d weekly lr fjurs fJllIUSchiol has been in success"ul operation fvr 2, lfi7. 19 t et'k1.or tliuc .r fuur table ijHionful'a ulun g'iiii >(iiI i M'ebted to said estate ire requeued: to makt Jan 20,1818-24--tf
I 1ont1f in j JL m re than three and us al tobed. amid the peiaon n>uy fear noa.pri| hcnsiiiii of immediate ANN ROYAL, Adm'rx.
foranevpt or rti it'-d m thi- D.SIH > years, p: I 4I'4ie 'I lli"S.; Il.DUVAL, C.'k. it hut' a m ile ana funa: (uep..iiiue i-h a NOT1CH.luk beui : itltuckcd with the Cholera, Yt:How Fever, or JOSLl'II IRWIN, Adm'r. Court
t .J.nu iiy n t. i-"fi. -%:MITIIOMASVILLE Although oi.e bdioo! in the ue of apparatus ai. lin T 1Ilsubiietihir ju.i rcciived tiwrn Gei.rgia .myoUuei distuea tLi> medicine u a valuable leiLc Feb. 10, 1633-274 Middle District of Fiori :a, J ii.uary ;, IS3.
the div of lab iiiklruclion 5ttJIir id fcyiU-cn, thereby uivigorjuug the Ruha d Haywjid, C .mj.'a nant lvs.
MOII n.rlor ; yi in other a tf; ral*> bit MH .ir,, nm 1 U.ietof 40iws, *
ACADEMY.fd1 ihe depaitmnl< HP entir. U eaiitfliLIOW,4iJ luabiiiigil lo Lx.-.ir lime dml.ilituirig FOR SALE. In LThaner.
respicis > ly s p.ira'e cut tcel l pUc: which lufuLJirc to eii n. acj.iiiu.J.iti& .-
::' Tii" i ii'sers. it! t 11 t*. I liistnui!) n take plta-UiP 1115 kept in (Iiat't ft. i-ui dm?*. Tlie dp!>igii ol UKsch. t&IiI. JOHN 15LER, cfleru nf all dwjiaie ; u u cjv) td by the ciirulaUng "8 tf hJTh-3t Bols of Lime on board of the Thomas JriPrson Gr rn, d'f'nl'-. )

i i Mi'ur' 1. s :.h" j. >L>. c tl.at the sen; .1.1! .s LOW in ul ito tuir.i-h Cia Us; .t'Jkair.a' t's :or a thorough Ci ;U n.ilcs eu$ ciN.y. Tali ! Kn l.shanii (Jlassi-al; Eluraiiotu In the! mile : diM *<'*> *huh) originate in viiuled bloiHl, dueased deem: !.'nt, Tlif-raas JtCerv-n tlrer-', u
p. 414tra i iti, i. i co'', IIIP o; JorlVrs .n Co'le-: -', -nnsylvania will department pupi'.i viilbc iii' d for Co! 4 <.-?, for anidkaiimUtJiiding. liver, debated aprHititP, or piediiposiuoii toallccUDiifc at St M.tic, luh.tb.tmtof tie Tniinl Sta es but reside. in the
U i ; N tts'i1a t tair. From the character and q.l- if .'c ii >d, in for buinek.; In LAND FOR SALE oi (lie laiiii.Il lire. 8, In37. IT IfI province of Texas, it is r-ntTed. that th- Mid ditcndmt --
Ii t4'2II.I.4 cf Mr. t'-Mt the Trut< is li elniitl er.fid'ntp or.lci io accomplish ihis object in the l
ip prtn ; itL'I.Ia (iu irdiiiis, all that ran be Mr II. hub, uho i IIIIW an as-i!'nn:. and H Lo has _B. hul4* Tr riB of Land nitiate itliia 5. 32, citrdiul rather than a wcdiciae. Kveiy JatiSOil aficr HULK It IKS. ber n.xt, and answer the mnbinin's bilt.pr the

4' pI I 1 J'ioi5 n nian "fialent'-andexemplary! mor- hadixpiii DC. an.l I su ce-.s in ieailuiig, will be a- an.I ?i r iil.-< front 'IVlUhasste. lie tirt r rilainiliiut > taking uieicury, in lily jy, niiuXilJ liuve icrour&e WW7E have just received from New Orleans an arr.e will be taken f;,r confo<>ri| pianist l.im, ard
social'-d w.lh i il.e ul>i'iij-r in the and ) 10 .ue or two bottles tit iliifc lucJuia.In tie decline VT invoice of Bacon Claret Wine. Madeira the matte r nn.l I t Ii ig-. thereof.'ecr ted r.'in.
c j-nbii!%_ t-cy! al< i cvp'-<-i 4lai!) n Lady to t.ike"narrc g'neriunent ; 121* \fttt, 150 clenud The s r.nJ 52iAcus ) arc.
t: < .i l the u-aulf d'-partmen'. Hoarding can be instiuctieu < ( the} kcLool <.n il.e fun of May next, tU rU'ticd. And the third SAO Acres, abiot rf life, or when the syitam has been impaired lime, Pickles, H'hukey, 4-c- which we will sell Atd u i-s fmther or* er .d tha' a c"p> ofiliaooer
Jiadin pr A nt" f.'* il'osoi: rea oaahhterms.. at which tiui" there wi.l: l I. opeiud a> a bi.aruing il'O cloarcd. 'i'krw !iunds use rqirtl t* any ;u ..Middl by tlrk it flOliu jl.b, sircn llt tm ai.il supports low for ca h. be prin-ei st>m: news-
'C Ur. oidt-r iii toe ILL to add, lhal il actually G. H. 4T.. E. L1NDENBERGER. paptr published in ibis Diatnrt.Tesp .

I t t DONMLD.VACLEAN. \v II rj'iali .' ii!, iijc liotikc cow occupied by the kubspiibrr. to the purchaser. prolongs life. July 90( i37. 51NOTICE. THOS. H.DUVALCrt
Miss L. Hawlr h.a has b This Pan-cea has been introduced to the public Jan. 13. IB"& -2-5 U.,. )
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T iitin vill*, F. l 1.. 1 lib, 1 :W. i y 3-u in prtceptr H. W. 11RADKN. .m
ii of the fe.ii'tle fur Jiir u vborl limp, and has received more le&liniunialsin .
< f* dejiartuicnt; iuaryiwoyi uri, Tallahassee; ; 15th 1837. if 3'2 NOTICE.LL .
C Lio.\:( ) COUN i V iUPKUIOIl COURT.J sill b ard withMid, have the patticular charge of it: f ivour fi* iU cHicary, iit so short a lime, than STRAYED from Tallahassee about four weeks indcbiea
ll I e youn: 1 'di-s out ol choo au.l Irom hit nyinl NOT1CK.rHlHE any other medicine ever ducoTcrt-daud if nair>ealnd horse with a liqhl manr and t persons to Les'erCio-k, laten"
.1 i-li ird JI ay w aid, ) : ?gr> cable maiii.e s, uni&b'c: dii,.uiliuu und lalmW' abroad, will induce hundreds, aye, tl.ou- nil, and bald face. AIsn small bay horse,with a .1 Masi.olia either Ly noteor a'countsrs meques'eiI -
4 s. Ia"fiT ChflC"ry. happy I'iciiliy of CUM.iirmipatiiig; k'O lei.'e, it i iI subscribers having formed a enp.artnerH misnda. to ejipty for il, lo rcup the iruc virtue star in his funhtad. Both were in gecvl order ti come forv arc] a dr.nkeimmediatepay-

Feo iau J-1crs n ( ren, I). ltevcd that Mis 11.! 'ci 1 g. .- tniiieat.ar.ion: to ihip.will hereafter couduct the Diug UinliiC : there win n thry left hon.e. They were la-t seen neir meni to tha subscriber, and pr-ent wit.WM. .

a j ruanng toihi sti:1ar.< :inn cf the C.'urt that t'tose: vrl.o) ciiinuiit th. u cUiigh eik 10 her care. A nauit ofSTEWART Notwilntaniiing: attempts may be made f> impair theGe.>r ia line in the neighborhood of Capta.nManny's" J. BAILEY, A-for.

J Ja. tin-) <'. : -i! l n t, 'I hon-as! J. fi'-r'on Ure< n. is : ut.iti pi 3m itt ii.i airy mansion, 'e uirdt'' frun the othtr, A BAKXAltD. ihe confidt nee t'f time public in the eilieacy und A suitable reward will be paid f>r Dec. 23, 1827. 10-if

(tiII 4Li.t; <>rti:<' Ui-iuil S'.atcs (f North Amd i- iiat bt&ui p-ocur. .', a.
('d1 lut ii r.Uz.in iii! the Star-it r Piovsnre of '11 xas, up as a t: ardi g I.OUM- fur !iad., uiiili r the itnnied.atfpon'r"1 .- oct-opieJ by Mr. E. B. Perkins, opposite lUe mar di'usse, relieve ihcatHictrd,and earn for it- Jan. 6, 183$. 22-if
it it ur li-n-Uij i t'i'- \Hiii thai if i n.c sai.l difciiilaut (1'llic **ri.ciial. The number i.i rath kei house. sell Lime esitI; opinion of thousimls and trims o thou- M lirde' : Dis'rici of Fl rida, January S, 1S33.

TlioniAN Ji '.eis..n G ret ii, do.s! 1101 aj'pr and Louse is Ii iiite I, i" tii.t':L&e {mpiln can t* brought They will keep full assorimcatsof Medicines, s.iimdi. Already il as iHincd fir itself a name BROUGHT TO JAIL Eliza Oterstreet, Complainant, 'iT.S.
I, asvt r ii<: bill oi'o.mji'rtint filed l-v said Richard unJ-r ll.i-r gula io.is of a e.'J' orj'iiwcd' iauiily D.ug Chemical*, Patent MediciDe, &.P., ard \\ hub d.n'ardljr .illnckaiannoi reach ; that such is O N the I 12th inst.. a M. laio: Bay, who says* he Chancry.
I la! ) anl, on or I le i.r<* tin* biid da'y of il.e mxt nnd b' as cci.; te.l with thr; t 'iichfrs ua 'l-C flOt la- pieJge theia&elreb to'ell nut ilnz l ui genuine .aru- lie tact, Lime number of leiteis in pu'.tsson n.ut I,. !on,sto I D. A. GiM.iril! of Flr.riila. he says: henry B. Overstn-ct. ief-ntant.? S SIT
6 oxcrin'ju eft is theu&diai.tages cbs. J. KDWIN: STEWART, .M U. Sully sitiafy the most increiluloui and wtic it he If ft tit! j'lanidiif'n of Co!. Alston some four appearing by lien-
; 'rf term : C' flit, to be held in diet mill ir and friendly linns; anil t city Tallahaj-vc-, in tIc 'I erriioiy FJouda, the of the 1aier b .arJni schO'lN, and 17-tf EDWARD BAItNAItIJr. ct !.iry, there cinild be obtained numerous testimo- wi eki inre. Said boy is about 5 feet 10 imheshih B. Dye rstreet, the d-feidjnf, is ret an inhabitant -

i i i fame will l p taken ns conlV fJ, and "he dcc-ce wiiJ aviiu'4 the MviU. P. rriis: mid u.irilijn who tie ni-ils vimltr the ianclily *f lie oaths of those who, \aksawkw.irdly.! The owner is requ-Med of t this Teniory, but resides! is> the Stite
d r lie entered against hin a"c in auj vvarJ alb r- DUOK-HINDERY. after sullerini; the moal acute and long protracted i iilineis t<> c"me forwaid, piove propeity, pay charges and of Georgia, it is orc't-rca th it the said d'fcmUatdoapppr
I said bill of <--nip..unt. lv'! or.lcr of tnc JuJce, OLIii and s aumnli.- eJucMiionc na\ail tli'iaeheiiof THE SuL-cr&L'er have opened a bin-leryia T<*1- have l bee ii entirely restored l. health, hul it take him away. here on or before the I5rh day .f .Mtynci*,

4 ilionu. llai.dalTIK'S'll.! I I I I I DUVAL, CTk, ihi-i' pportuniiy. The lo< anon i iii recorniit nJ< das l 1 lha .ee, and ara prfjtared lo execute all Uai.cheofikeir > din;* nol inur into the comnIi emeilsiiin: of many,how JAMES A. NEWMAN, Jailer.Thrmisville and answer the compl.i'nmt' bill, or th w-iewill
I By L. W- 1). STOMD, ,,. Cl'k.sf pi-ci.liarly pleasant and Lir.diiv, of c.Msy HOPCSSlo buaiutMS in as good a *:} le ia can b utie 11 il f f :>iblc for botanic intdinne li> effect such Prr. II, 137. 20 tfTHE t lie iaen forconl-s rdngainsi him, am ii time flutters

Fvbr.iiv *, !18 -' C f m the large cities, twin: wumn a ride of MX hours else hire. wonders in the heulin art, as rxjK-iicnc has : MiWrib has just rec.*ved per l Iiri Lu and things thereof decreed accordingly.
of PkilddelpbiA, tea of Baltimore! and twelve of Taper ruled foi bills, leitcrs, -e. j>rov< d then competent to iH.-rforni, bat such are the from New York, a Urge assortment .li.f: it is further t'cerc.d that a roy orit.iscr.Jfr
I J1'RMATIN WANTED.asceriiinci W.ishingion. A paiental watchfulness will be i iciciseu Particular attention p ud to re-bi.idinf oU buokNew :f:.eU th-'it ihcy cannot be denied. of Uroof ries and Provision, coisisting in part ofComin'n be r -1! weekly 1.r tour months in some neapa-

in ( hot fftt: o bal -s o: r'ltr.fl, over the boarder and the atricteat ultenlion -.p iKrM| ignines* Ac. 'J'iC above ni dicine emma be obtained ef G. H. &. Whiskey; pe h i. 'cd in this dTHOS.

V of the e iiaie <.| .Tain-'s IMack, of th > e*. :ii ofIS P.IK! t'i their health, morals, a .d dej artnicnt, a. The subucn'.rfrs' pledge tbimsehes ihit ill orders T. K. LJNDCNBKRGKK, Monroe sIre. TallaKj O'.d: Rye do; H. DUVALCrk.,
h 1C, vreJ lought 'o Tallu-ns.-ce! aid. h. recpived well as lo tli'-r mstrue-inn. Of th ir time *ui of shall be executed with neitue*** mid despatch *< e, FK-rid itli proper directions for using it. Gnimr.r. Rani; -'v 1338-21-4<

1. acPMim s-k-soll-u i ilmty lour; any in'orina school a par: wi 1 be derated to liea>tny ci'-rci c CUSH.VAN .. ilAY\ AKIi. ?cry 'l'wnh'ij>, Mijjin County,Pa. May :3 i, 1 37.MK. Super'mr Chimpa and Cognac Brandy,
._, i' n r ii f the manner in \\hoh: tie other eighteen, and gpi-ris, and a [paillo icgular iiudy, under the T.u1lahase, Octo'.er IS h. 1l7. 10-tf JACOB HOICK-bir, I feel mys-ili constrained Madeira, Claret and M. !laa Wile, A.C.Cr NOTICE.
i1 Lalc-s weic dispedof, will b<- thankfully ieeie.U <*. person.I i>apcrin: iiiJancenno iiidof teichers. They U inform iou of the etiects thai your Panacea >mn.on and j/oney-dew Tobacco; S np'oinant;

HO T. I.\UOI I) REID. will be required to Hlu nd Church 01. the Sabbmh, ttrocericc, Groceries, hud on me. In the year !lt >(", dur.ng; the months Snap. Sugir, Ctmtfre( Kai-.ins; Clianecry.iion .
: P. ifons willing i to COIDII ui io.ite with me upon tuerhoua of which will b* loll ui'li I i ihe parent errujrdian. BY arrndli fiAin U.iltimonand .Nrw York, January. I'cbruary.1.eh: and April, I wa employeiim Ncklrs.Cater, Potter, Candles; I

this Mii j
the to departm rits in buck a muni er as will l'.-lrondure the Sitoie rnM rly tcr.iptei! by Mr. Jam's Mo.Alutrn. caight cold, and he dust f-eeir.ed to settle on my .'Il'V), n h: >.idzmoinc a v>rinicni of Dry Goods, ll to' an iiih-b'tant of
s i loine mli.nst of both. The Principal will a l 1ur.e amid rh'>>re 'iit'iicnt' of (iRC1- IUD-S. I Mjtfercd much pain, and could no louder Clothing. Crockery, iVdJU-ry, Il.us, Cups, 4-0. tluj Tt jfihe UniteISutnItisiheic. :
IX, ve.' sarirr l.itp applictiion will le made: also five cccaiional ins-tni' In n ia the Ladies *choul. ILIES suit PROVISIONS, wliKit arc .fferoj in attend :u my buMDDie; am was located in my which will be sold low on aTiimmoiltin;* terms. fred, ihnt.unless lie
: t the Ii.u. th<; J'It1f of the County Court oft A few more lads, us l ho.irdirs, can be rrceivrti daring the town or country trade on very accommodating breast t, jiiriMjularly on the kit ide. I wa.sal-oat- WILLIAM CENTER, appear here 4.- com;>l.iinal's bill on or
t I L< on County for I 1av to M II I.IM! belonging to the the present session. Terms for Itoardcr* in the term*-rit : dicted with night sweat* and lever, 1 sought ihe aid No. 4 Berry's row. before the fir % May ncit. the sune will

Pur C.tate lliihtrd _': J. i ,. P.liMSH Adm'r. from $ir>0 to $160 per ann., payable quartr.tly, one Sup Baltimore en red can tossed I hams ; I then uaveled to Lar.ia>t< rcoun-y, and Fl..ur, Rice, f .ic<>iit Ac.O.t. thereat cVTCt. cordin !'v. AntI it is further

;I -M.trdt8.O-.6, _ hili at lie com nencemcnt of ihe. scsciun, nnd t ic do di Middlings also to Chester co. and employed several I >octors 15, Is37. 10 ordered and decieen, that this order of puWicatien
; I COTTON BROKERAGE other half at the closp. In the ieuidle de; ariirient, Baltimore New Wlieil Flour tiiTvbut, tli-rivd no benrfit; filially, I had recourse be printed weekly ir.sme of tlie public! newspapers
terms from $1 lO lo 140 prr ann. '1 lici clurg.-s No. 1 Butter and I ard io your Panaceiand, used one bottle which FOR SALE. of this Territory for fur MonthTcs -;.

And Commission Merchant.ii' include boatd, tuition, wahin (ml to exceed 22I Codfish, Mn'.kciel, md C'necsc. I purchased at LewiMown, Pa. Uut it seemed at S VERAL Luht Jersey Ifaggon's with harness :e, Tl I O. H. DU VAL. C'lk.

I I I hE i4lIS cr would in'oiin his friou 's and I iect-s |>er week) fuel, li liln, and every domestic LldUOIlS.Ciampagae fiisi not to do t/ic any good, for I I eca.iie weaker, nIl complete Also two or three horse Dec. 23, 1835. (Copy) 2
the p.ililjc- gener.il, ;hat he has c .Uiincneed| CAIB during the session ot study. PupiU will fur- CopB., Ptach, Apple sal Spanisl and wa? obliged to Keep my bed My friends aeons. H'iM. H. FRANCIS

th1 i-u> tiC .- .1 <.uilcn |{i krr and Coeii i I tikh th-irown tjwrls, bed and bddiu or ply an Bra iidie. advised me to use no m. le ol it, but I resolved lo Dec. 30, 1837. 21-tf LEON SUPERIOR COURT.

I \.e.-hant, ill the City of 4\i\v Yoik, aud it> i. iwl j extra charge notexcecding f 2i"r qugrur. Bookt..and s Holland Gin, conntry Gin, Jamaica Hum give it a lair trial, and sent for another bottle; this Richard ll.iy w ard, Plaintitf
L >rcpaud ti rrcciv- (:otlo'i, r.r.d other j-ro'luce in- I fc'ailonary wll: h b-s furnished as cheap as they Monongahrli and common AVhi&kcy atfordrd relief, and soon strengthened and improved GROCERIES, GROCERIES. vs. \ At.cLusat

undutl or this Tuirk -t, vvlii'-h he will d.spu cf n iraii be o'' tainsd elsewhere. Music and Drawing TOBACCOES. me a> mn.:h as the first had weaked mp. I sent L7E have just received and offer for sale Tliomas JefTersoi> Green, Defendant )
; : C"Jii.i.iaiO i. nn.l. Hitters hniiseK, Ilk a faun long -illbt nu-bt at an txtia char wlu-Dev thereb. Superior old Principe" Cig irs. for a thud bo.tle: and am now restored, enjoying I low, .fssnmrwit. Attachment ani summons ad

v'I acqnai.it in cinlhNnh l in and Sam hem nnr- .- a suifici'-ni runibcr loforiu a class! Cuba k Havana do bet er health than I have clone for the last ten 10,000 !lbs. Daren for$2 I GO, dafnaces 83000, returnable to April, ttroof rep.
i, KII t li. t al! !tu> efia..1.| J lo ivciaUafaciiou: toaurlins Tne year of study ifdivulrd into two-e.sion. n if| Fine Cat chewing Tobacco in )pxprrt years-1 am again enabled to follow the plough 5,000 lbs good Cheese said, court, I8i8.

I i I, riiay fe.'i '4i ;p" c.< tnpitii.itisc Jiim, tot oi.l; }' in t'o ouarti rs each. On. Irom the Ikt of MIJ io the Complete immtmcnt of chewing and ether tobacco ever since last August. I am fu ly convinced that 50 Boxes Sprm Candles defendant in said case, and all t tht rs inter
the > 0t ofthi" pro ''UCP, bji i.: the invcs'-uunt ofauy : I Istr.f ()ctol>er-tho other fi om the 1st of November tf ccabau, Soich, <- Upp Snuff your panacea maybe ukt n without any injury, 23: Bunch Raisins I. ested, TV ill t.'ke notice of the institution of

II part tf f the pi .-sds t(>. vav *-r Jer crdirect.JU.VIINIA.N to the 1st of April L. F. CL1FL1X, Ginpowder, Imperial, Hyson Teas. and is u useful medicine. Yours, re-jpectlully, 1,000 lb. Codfish said sun by ativhmem, ns aforesaid and they are
L.oafand brown DAY1DESI1ELMAN
nAvis Sugar,
U F. Principal 23 Batter to and !
Kegs required
Rio & Havana Codec and fine Salt The f.illewing remarks by the editorofthe Stark appear plead
zJI J\'o. COVuter, Street, RcfcrcncPi-Moj Ben Chaiirs, G H Chnini,jr.J coarse 20 Lard said *
the such CM
case according to statute in
1 New York. I 1) WestPOtt, Jr., C S Sikley, Esq Ta'.| ha.ec.. Cotton Batrginp; and Bale! Ropr. Couaty, Canton Ohio, Democrat, are extracted 25 bbls Seed Potatoes made and provided. DU VAL ALLEN,
rtrrr.r.u\cr. Iev Jas bhattjn, !Irviaglon, A.a., Rev I) fjlrattoa, Bloom Raisons, Ch R. If. AVjll.ams, Ham!. Utid; Gov. Branch, TMlabii..te. Coliinibuu, Gi.Bridgeton ter and butler Crackers. Srxrtn L'andljs, Si rc( Hocct'a PANACEA.-H'c invite the attention of ID bbl> Sweet Jlalnga Wine Attorneys

J.TV Lain r. & Co., U-imcy. J. 3.tJ. CumbcrUrd Co., K. J., Feb. I, 1838.ClTUNTY Oil, Lamp Oil, RiMe Powder, Slant, etc. rtf.-Fo the citizens of Canton and the public generally Alsis, Mackerel Dried Apples, Filberts, Sugar NOTK E.
C'1iis.! *./uti .p-l'o. V. J. Hi lev, Ma iuilia.W ::12 sale by U. kT.E.LINUENBE&GEK. to the advertisement in another column of this pa- CotTt-c,--All of which we wilt dispose of wholesale ,
I C;. Prt r, A aiac.5coln.! Cra-g'ii Daf'in, Si. Tallahifisee Oct. 21. 11-tf per.under the ab"ve he. d. We have used the article at a small advance on cost. ;by ALL persons hiving claims against tiueesaiOf
f4 oi JEFFERSON, M. D7 F.JtmesGad&Jen ourselves and can safely rccommind it to thepub'jr late James Mennie, of St. Marks, are rt-
G H. & T. E.
}b.t.lP3-; 2C-yl j' ) FOR SALE. as an invaluable remedy for most of the Jaa.lS 18)8 13 if LINDENBERGER. quested to present them,and alt per-tins> hdeMtdt*
vs I 100 Bbls of Flour, and djs'-avs with which mankind are afflicted. Having said estate, are requested to make in.mediite pajment. -

FRANCIS MARION.ir \Vm. II. Redding, Ann Jane V In dancery. 500 Busheh .1 f Oais, bySH'.tIM for a number of years been snbjtct to the IN- COTTON. G. G. HOLT.J
WINNER: rf the great lluhunia&u nd ,tIcr&. 4JtfADDEN.. tcBus or NIGHTMARE, to an alarming extent, the Feb. 1838-27tf
\ SU Mnik., Occ. 0, 137' 17-tfW Panacea wa rprommpndid THE subscriber is now ready tn advance upon or
__ i I sw .pstnkc&. po' .iake, to ns by Dr. Ilouck -
J Jd3' ? and 4 mite heat*, ai Taj pparingby satisfactory evilem-e that An. himself, and we are happy to say we have been purchase Cotton, at the highest market price. SELF DEFKNCE.

I 4 r4I I lHhassre, will sand: j__ Jane I Iul.tman, < lie of clrfcndants-j_be named \VNOT1CE.. entirely r.-Iieved ft m that distressing.aubction.- WILLIAM CENTER, c7 H EREA8 Jamea 1). Slati.n a.u! V. S. Wit-

I ; ,_1__ i/I nt 4Mari inna, the prpspniscjn is not an inhabitant of this T a rit .ry. but in. inr. RANDOLPH, ATTORNAT :-.? As a family! medicine we have no hesitation in Oft. 15. 1817.-If)_No. 4 Berry's row. on ha* advertised that I have obtsineIa

>oii, which his alrn- resides the State ofi ieorpin.ii is rrdeied, tint LANV, will practice in all tho Court saying that we believe it is unsurpascd.REMEIY DISSOLUTION OF PARTKESIHP.ffllHC written promissory note from them for 5O" IWO

'I I dy comuicnc'd, nt FIF- hhp. doapjiiar and file her defence in tin above in Middle Florida, and will a-ti nd to such busine, Partnership which herct"-fire existed be- bundled and fist tenor fifteen dollars l' adue!

.- '1 f DOLLARS, I'aya- suit, on or before the frt Monday ofJnlynexi, aq may be ent rusted to hiM care. Office in tl e build FOR KHHU.MATLSM. JL twcen the andcisigi-ed, in thi practice of the (her bav.- itjli a notorious lie, a I hase Et' ba

bred else ll o bill of coiniUint} in s jj Mlt, will be tnkrn ing fotmerly occupied by Call and Walker.Octobr : eicruciating pnin-the decrepitude and law in Ihr district ol" Cast Florida, was on the -Sum any dt a'.mgs with thom, nor any oheuaines. in
Me on the lkt DoPtinbrr cit. All thorough for ca'.ile-sed against her, and the decieeof the a-lh. IC37. H-tf TIIH and the premature old ac, which instant, by mutual consent dissolved,-those ptr- I for three years past .
n.jrr "t iSiistimoo %r.eil it; 'h' 1 crritiry, will berprve court in this behalf awarded accordingly. And i arc tIc! ujiual attendants of the disorder, suffered] I SillS, however, who have entrusted business lo theirS JESSE McCA31f- .

I prntis. For fnrher prupul-ira of performance of is further nrdci,ed that a copy of this 01 der be printed CITY STABLES. by many from dpopair of a cure, .r disappointment j rare dining the exUtcnce of t-aH pa'tner-hii,, will 'dsa county, March 3, I8.
# j-ii i jv ''i"-pp, see lumdhilU, Spirit the weekly for four months in tome ncwjpar.er in the cffiorcy of the numerous pretended antidotesto !I h:ivc th- bf nf fit of the r ervice of both until such
r IIII f-llowin and
ru'e icjiila'ians aie NOTICE.ALL .
-jnTurf Ue ?
isicr.J.J. a-lop
T.mvs and Ainen
published in this distuct. fleet tl.is business shall
f But those be THO.
who completed.
purpose. made NRLAS!
teil l for the
1'ITjF Let publication be made ns prayed for. eotcrnment of the nl'ove stubles fair trial of a D. persons indebted lo the Subscriber all 'rt"
b. 21. Jro 9.a.3m THOU S RANDALL, Judge.A and will be itnctly obncrved ; il i* lirped they \viKive LEVY' to ckll and settle their notes <* *
Th* I winiau Herald, and Spirit *>fvi Iii. Ti inse. true cjpy, WM. BUDD, Clerk.Maich general iali .faction, ond pievent ii.isuersttn- Dr. JebVs Celebrated Liniment, February 10li: 1838 13 3m counts wish C. ?. Siblev, Esq j immeduiely*

\ 11 pub isli the aDoirfo'three months: and forward 3,4 8. 30-m1NOTICE. d'n.g. esCnlnc.I'es of longstanding, and ofdie most ftver A fanl I; their nc"tr l'1oi i amP't. *'..t The hire oft hack and four, $15 00 per day, character, have received certain relief, and CA1w.rphIOMAS minenceHr na all notes or accounts unpaid br t th*

Ilaikand pair, 7 50 rrany hat been cured in a few days, some in 24 DOUGLAS xvii: continue to first day of ApriL. E. D. COL.Ell' %

_1 $25 UEWARD. weeks after date, 1 hhnll apply to the Judge J-u'.key ar.d bora:: 3 50inglo hours! as a nun ber of persona in Boston and \ielni. tise hv;, i,, all the cowls in East Florida;prac and Feb 2L1638.-30t(.

_R 3NAWA tram the. nubscrjber on thrWtli SIX the c<. iniy roXu t of Jefferson county for Intt horse, 2 00 ty, who were formerly afflicted with Rheumatism, and m l\lC Court of Appeals ai Tallahassee; all proonal NOTICE

A irit.Iiis i.cxio man Harry, nbout 30 etra rs of administration on the csUlo of Little Berry d'> do prweik, 7 00 have very fully test fied. Certificates are in the pos '""' biuinead, tntrus.ed to LU care, .ahall be
in-he Ho ae at Lire y, pr month) 25 00 tension of the Proprietor, proving the most and faithfully at weeks after dale I shall apply to the JW'
(.1 aje.; Hurry i i' from 5 fee 6 lo 7 iigh, Walker deceased, late of said'county. thorour'- promptly endrd to, his residence iam SIX ( rId-
of n coal b'tuk complexion, his Ironl teeth decay. LITTLE BERRY PJRKER. do -lo prday, 1 25 and surprising cure h b? mean of this powerfu1 i V'NIMENT. the city of St. Augustine.Feb. the County.Court of Lron, Count 1'
Single feed, 03cent,. in cnj wilete otherapprove5 16 1833 t'ers of administration on the estate of JO
nnd 1538 30 v6
v.1, bi* dead well cumbcd int )tpeibcd with March 3. iiea Mm3NOTICE.
trey hair, wa ieU dfewed when, he left, is for. Al-hrt>ei hued muatbepnid fir in advance, un- tioas had utterly failed. Gore,hie of said county deceased.

vard in spiking, and not, timid, wits recently NEW DRUG STORK. lou< the pen JD ha. an account With the stable.. MICHAEL PITMIN

k aid' fl g1&es. '1 be boo reward wjll[ be paid In the Drai bn in.e 's, under the .rinpt orb his known icrvnnt The propnetor be leave to recommend (which Honorable Judf e ol the County Court of Leon County for l lirri
Sin jking in the stables i. he does with of diBinimon from the adminittnttion of the eilal of JEWELRY
prohibited. Persona thi fullest *
forjiis 'ni.d detention thai confidence
appnjheua'oii so J get Waddel Randolph A JLeivis.'ThcytaTejtlttircehedahd ) one of the host
Ponder, dec iia4.Ui or MM! cowatr.. { "P
subscriber handsome
will close the valnnblo has hand
"lirirfif; 'laksn; out of the county abd ten dolhraif enteirni please jrtip. romedio known frrthU troabletome and ANN PONDER.. Exeeulri THB on a
uv.a in, : ).\ XR i D .HOUSTON. now offer for sale, CAN.VON&RtJsSEL. painfru tomplalnt. Without'jolng into detail, ha ETHKA1M O. PONDER. Executor. qf the-above articles which he wdIY0
j4arch3I- 34-tf! one door north of Mr' Birge's Nothing" evaoliBhment 31*. C, JSZ$. Si_3& : -. deems it enough to gay.'bu.har in hU posiensioa M*rch 84.IMS i 31MARSHAL'S his usual! terms. He.ha' in his employ tw? czpl-
_ '
on Monroe street; a geniaal nssoHmi-nt ofFRERII the moat nndoubtcd leirimonlaU'1 that il has rieneedwktch rnakers.'and he anures the 11f'
i ; NOTICE. ..wt rRVOS'MCprciNCS, ] .IJINTS moro SALE. he will > 'no pidns 'to hare iheir wOrk JOIS
t completely answered the for which it part
purpose it l in Ej .BY VIRTUE and In of ii. ,
panuance. an a
'- 1 T tho first Term yf the County Court of Lena OIL, together with Variety of Perfumery and T11I undersigned reirHjctfullJ in forma the tended, than' ,any other popular medicine Superior Court of Jackmn,to air and every the 9Ur ffoatha h.!t proanpdy.arKl ia the best manner.
s ,L k. County, in ibe jear |g9.. we shall present fancy naticle? for Ke toiler ? plainer of Leon and adjacent counties, that he baa ', Thl ;,remedy u parftctly iinoccnt in hi applicationto d r oi dl ill be n>r. toe Ma keavBttH Court Up M4oor .Mr.B. fetcalf hsreumed, the Gun (attend
"fcur'account* and von- her i apd fiPplf farofinal'Ibcttlebent.and *"Jliorderslrom\ & Plaate ri AndeiuntrJ-) made and appointed DATI C. WHICH his suorney *J1 'conditjorii, tj aand aeiet/ Fall dirmw- in Marianna.on the aeeoad Mondar ia April seat for cash ainess in m'y back shop and will he happyo

4iaebrg Ezot te bf,the fTcbani*.will be thankfully! reccived.aixl. ,r O' to soil E. W. Piu's pLea Cotton CULTIVA. lion ciiplion; ofth, 'compl inr'Ac.- accompany No UM *ihirtir w1t iin/Tu Laadattt rMkip4v wit;-Sootfc, Jtaaf WuiQ* MB*. V.AM rter of Waa4 B.ett. 'to Any jobs In that Kne. ,
tldle ufflrirrv "i1Iinmdeeaied '()iGt.EN tyittenddto"t I TORS. hIeiepoc4fiUy invitf thoTlantert to cal! eaeh pilut whichconkjmtiortw.boxet. Ointment Esit half Boa tb Last quarter faction No. ihir r one,'Town.UBDVA.iKanMalBe.Jt ,.< .- uq 4' FREDERICK TOWL&

H. CHAIRES, ) ; WW.WAPJEL r' and examine for IhemulTeiT"! i and'Electuary1. "WeS.for th* whpk) >,, fe50 >J Ww T MOcfVuMaCa in f 4Jap: 0, 1a$.; 'it j rl-4C

TOM PETER CIIAIftES J.H; RANDOLPEr. c. CLABWOZI.. cents if bat one of the articles ia watit.d.PPt. t vorofMartia Bardin TMOSfAS uaJBttBMUimiaOtntaUs M.' j '1
Uc128! 1838. 31 0. O. LEWI9. 1r ?s1hahue.De,2Gl8t, Vy ftfWAR7 BA KAI In place ofjamet W.Xxam,'Maniaai,dcc.
p ,
Minima.XarebJ7I3 Ae9 4 tta i Ma #.c.

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