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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 21, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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FLORIDIAN tion between the South and West by the various J
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f.. r''every Saturday, ai FIVE Dollars p i schemes now in progress in
\ud* wi.hm the "ur.--or FOUR Do.larMl THE FLORIDIAN. Virgii ,
jiiflflfll, I North and South Carolina, i .

paid ID aarance.JVpvERTisKMESTB inserted at One Dollar per Alabama, will furnish an outle for all the ,

square ol fifeen lines or less, for the fiist lD"er.til.ln. goods that can be ,' from abroad i In J

and.fifty cents! for each! subsequent: insertion.: exchange for our productions. And when :
Allreru..oncnls; not marked: with the number of "LAISSEZ NOTJSEkIRE..' '
the
West
find market a.id
great receive -
JLI.Pl1IOflS required will be continued until forbid.nJ hal I

:; dltr: t'LlI kit.LtL her supplies through ihe *. port of '
the CJitor on business connected with i; the South, demand will be furnished ihft J
1.1 a
r- ,
the-e-thll..hml"lIl.' must he pod i>aid. _: Am1 Q _-- \Al l IWi.A : !91 j a.IQ ____ _,_ _1 "\: an.eQ ': I extent and value of which cannot be to largely

estimated. Let the.-e various schemes

L.\ NOTICE.. divisions Jut eviotisly planned. As we slowly of the country which rightfully' belongs toJ J)itraoe and unrestricted industry. To avail therefore, for the extension of our interior
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.. SIX: nI ntlis aftir ':ale, I fhall present! my ac'iflt 'i|iproacbed the of disembarkation : them; a proposition which, if be rot self ourselves hlwe.tr, of all the advantages of
H i of
inh'nc.c ct'r. connexions be
:tn.1 1 vu/icliet, and tpply l the n1(1 I our prosecuted with n zealand
( CountS ('(Hilt "r L
ment and d sctiart'e irom ihe administration oft .silence and the muffled oars just touched the argument or illustration. IVe rest oui whole i is indispensably necessary-that we should! I worthy

ee-tv:,- of J.inrs Lemon laU of s.iid County, unruffled water, we plainly' perceived the case upon the fact, which is beyond all dis- free ourselves from the trammels of long I sectional unworthy views.jealousies disturb:, no that narrow or merely of

dccerd. 'ROBERT P. GKKEN! sentine A lie stood on the topmost pinnacle pute, that thc Southern and South. western established habit, opinion, and prejudices.It feeling and concert of action which harmony are SQ

Ail'mr inrisiit tirs.:: wife :'aiiHah high blufl cliff. His figure, as viewed States furnish three-fourths of the entire is one of the greatest evils of mNgovern- essential lo .

A. C;I eei fnr"i rly 5 uS.ulna A. Lcrnui.Mrcb POETRY. by us so far beneath, appeared unnaturally (IOfliCStiC export of the whole Union, while ment, that the effects continue long after the SUCCe:8.There
circumstances
in'6"COPARTNERSHIP. are connected]
some
!(t. I K'9:' 21 \ -- large; and swelled out into gigantic proportions they import but little more than one-tenth of evil itself: ha!been corrected, and in al com- with the
-' : From the New Ytuk .Mirror. present condition of the
country :
Sometim he the received from abroad in
I IIh. beneath earth and Fky. productions exchange m"rcial"perations, the influence estab-
t 1i.3-VF; h"t' ihis,lay i-ntrrcd!! iiitoaC" piirtnuhip.under i THE BELLS. which may serve to animate our zeal en*
. .. name<"l< UVI'KK; ami K11KV. fur tin) UBtifariion Tuo c 1'plh of.Spai')-at eventide our urge us to that
Urno-rt aiiilt'r.iviMou bti-imS8.; WILLIAM rENTER; rest on his musket, casting a wary on the the documents published by the Convention overcome. To divert capital from its accustomed courage
Jan'l. ln;> :I If JOHN: It KEE'oiiE. '. I hive their melancholy tone, eye prompt action on which our su'cress do
And lirtenn's pensively alone, dark waters below. Every man held his tha' when the imports of the United channels to introduce new associations may
\ << pend. Our staple has become-
; great now
Wtjid'T in \'el., I hcsi.ln. breath, for this was the trying time; de: th or States amounted to $ WOOO) those of and habits of business among commercial -
IV rniiMMuf'iirr| of hip next Superior Court In Leon as ; 'the of the world." ia
common
Old) haunted) rh'er- currency
ti. w tixrtl tn 'liw. iiitcrf.-riiie wiihllH-iirit I term of UHwauli I abtii-y-wall o victory hung on the vigilcnce. ( fthat man, and ail: tilt Atlantic States Potomacand men, i is one of the most difficult I
.. In lunev he their < all to< I the medium of
I'ranUiu fur nrintfriMin exchange
i> tt in t'oiitity. uliirli hl.tC/lr. many II prayer great regulatingand
*. ".,11.1 ht- :.siljimriicil ,iiliont erml piilitic inrotivcii Sw..Jil. in cadence mi I ihf air. each eye strained to witch his motions; the 'States on the Gulf Mexico, amounted tasks which any people can impose upon controlin to a considerable extent the

II'I.-f..r',Illh ii-af.ni. and at tin* reqiiot tin* 1"mh..noflh..I.1 By fo >d, vrMoiird (ju.tdajqtiivrr.Tl'ose "Hush!" was faintly heard along the divisions to only $: tOOOXO) ( ; and while the domestic themselves; and if it were not for the high ,
) .! IIr'I" <>f Ih. |*'\"'roufidfil in HIP Ity I. : commercial operations both of Europe and
|Ii wIt I i" "i l-rcil ii iiI dr.'I.I.II.tin* nit tonn .if I.iin ) -lls of Rpam'I.t! and I thought I could distinguish even the exports of the Union amounted to spirit and intelligence of our people, we
remri"I1 America. the of
"'Hirl 1M'! I'.II" '"" ". fur tin) fir t t"ldI "fM 1 During suspension specie -
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.P."r'| | alil I : Wi ihen rhjin, awaken of thc heart as the sentinel was observed $100,000,000.) the States of the South and When
'. and Ill-it .".1.. now ifxnml. or I.' In* ......d. t IIPui at> portry. s beating might distrust our success. we survey it affords almost the
\
$.v hiui.ilili I ,I.. tl Iii- .:.I I la.t 1"IIII"II'o day. Ity "r.l.r \Vlule. lor a limp' thi i:tomh-s l'or.aken. : to stop and apparently stretch himscl South-west' exported| $78i)00,000-South the actual condition of the Southern payments, only
01 tli.' I !." TollTIIO? I. 1l'\L: Olcrk.la.rh The lurmi of l reniuritaAppctr means of obtaining those credits abroad, on
I 17 3J luric.1 forward from the cif. A discharge grape Carolina and Georgia while furnishing exports and South States however, who
msr tin 'ester which Northern Commerce has heretofore
in by 115 ag :
---- '- -- \01H'EIlnIIIY T>'e krtrling (rr.iw.l thr suillin: eliojr and canister at moment from their heavy to the extent of $4,0.0. actually can fail to perceive that we possess immense mainly relied for its This

: (..r": al |I.'r"1 r"l trading! fur a ""t. Knij i it, liuli. tl.r.tam. and h -ly\ trier- I Jiuns would have; swept HS, like a flash of ilportlllc 5 than a half. advantages in this contest, which properly is suppor. great

made guru imxHlili t t tn* on\1111ne tinlOih ofpril".IKK I"hl a I* I Marrli ha\.e.I I-... .* Tile |ioiiii'| .nd I.jh. cluv.iliy of Spain lightning, from the face of the ocean. Thank The amounts have varied in different years, improved, must. in the er.d, crown our efforts staple, our own.

1,1".1 t -aiiVbiliuc to tlic amount ral! .il f.'r in *'a rnte.Mirrh'M 1h.war.ik-' Cwl Pr'iap' for him I (;od l! lie drew Lack, and seeminely satisfied but this. may be taken as an exemplification with triumphant success. It is true we The Revolutions which have recently taken -.

3.1\: ,- _WM --S-\I.U\! tOie.. trilllphallOIC, sountlcdVhensellii I with his gaze, resumed his slow pace. Each of the condition of Southern trade. have but few ships, butwe have ship timberin place in the commercial world the destruction .
Fresh .Supply of Summer \ !i hi'ails W iih r of credit in New York and the'
Spring g ptnre bounced, drew his breath at least
: ;person more freely, The mere statement ol these facts must abundance nnd of the choicest
Goods, A;_Itcady ]TIa fir Clothing.J And ni-lun ey s .II II'V) "trtlim ; 1 : descrip stoppage of the American Houses in Great
: I for who felt if ton
as a convince mind that
: mihtsrritwr liasjuM f.T iiriiida from irii'le priteful, t f"lh"r I 'wlv kncpleniMriainel can answer myself surely any unprejudiced tion; and surely no Southern man
\ |\|,11:.w. Vork. an (-1..11 r'r"IH'1 HIII"nl ('fIrll and :\ the [i.inns ret cross on high: : I i I: weight had suddenly been lifted from mybreast. this unnatural state of affairs could only lute insensible of the vi'al importance of secu- Britian, has brought about a crisis peculiarly

: Suiiiiii''r<'l'>thiii!,cittiMMin: in part nCtliffilliiw IMC articlfg; As !U''I' t-i.otes 'i'xic ii'V i i 1.vervairul. had now life or death been brought about, by the most powerful ring mercantile marine which in the future favorably favoraby to our views. Here i is I.

:upr III'1. Bhiu k.Grwt. .and. l lial" Tlntwt, C\.tllr. .1111"' Haiinllhe: pinuii, "driuri:2rom the w. II-won! field it we could not exert more and and that from the I our cotton lying at our very doors-the produce .
| Krork do Ca lnn ... lo 4 d.! .. ; Eicti-li 'I.'ril". | : ErmllUjo Pe) I ITil the attention of of our own fields, and at
IHI.r'I..lh.I.lo 4rrann d,.. do : do d.iVhiti"; Uncut i'pc their l'dlt'' |irou-ly !we1ed speed without drawing on us \ry nature of things the effect must haveliigiily country must sooner or later be exposed, furnishing
,Oran. III"- 1"t and, "'rlrk ,"al. A larcm'ni a"aor. d] tar 1,1" iteli, j>e.il 01' pen I, stillness and inactivity, far different Without to trace all the may the manufactures of Europe. Why shouldour
attempting causes but free
4 f .ry'arkl) Anl.g a.r I'Le wild caciquo wi.h Mii'er' quelled to our very existence a* a people
ofttH* lah.1 <-f fMik and ManiiiliiiVit*. fiiifI ; from the bustle and noise of action andI ] have had in own merchants not use it {for this
in-lit .1).I.. Andei IC" mnllitu les still hoterud ; which an agency producing this want also it if said commercial capitaland pur
e%.lt in with ti'H-onio I 1.11.- -oinsCollani \
inrn fh.r'4.. ..Silk II..Ikt*..: 111"1 rra,at*. ll.itifry.lr." A oufx: dial I 'n :1 r 'y, to r.o am confident many a good resolution was result, we will merely advert to one of the credit, and cannot it is supposed furnish pose ? The door is now open to us, and we
AI-oi t:).""- arrival ( New Vurk anawoitni'nl The sIIt.lr: hair d mar, have but to enter and take of
etc ( r"l silent
lJ.t .1 jjiay formed, and many a a.piration ascended most ob\lus. and which is perhaps sufficient such extensive Market for possession
i "' II \TSTli If'ho bore tlio world an foreign goods
>- .ub* riln-r m undi-r tin iiiijircKunn that IIP ,ill bi* all. tidings nf I dlCO\1 cd. to the throne of heaven for mercy. During of itself to account fo it.-we allude to the as will erihble us to enter into successful -that which belongs to UR. It we improve

1f I.r liP am.,flhl'order Irant tat r..IM.,iiat' I.mtruMrd. Ih"'lalfia.hll.!. 3"Ill"If"tt.i iiipniicg'iOhi So hans 11.-111 hal"r rel. the forty two years I have been in the unequal action of the Federal Government, competition with the Cities of the North. the opportunity the victory will bo owa.The ._

tin" ." Itul ;IIH (. .nd nmM 1111- By benny i. r 1 "el cr.I "' tide in affairs" i it its
"'1111. "110 .all service never did I feel my) mind called upon especially in the mode and distur- our at flood.-
h"I"| ri1ijtP by and by. CASH from hi* (' jiilsn-n at the t"li.I.1. h..ur. ofc'\'ying Now ,'r base all our calculations, and rest : '
.rant-h... acroutiti J Ii. BULL. for more fortitude than on this eventful bing the public revenues. "" of throwing Let us launch upon it bravely and :
cu.I'II' hit N' more is he.I'1 hat vcpcr.i| ell: ; i I all hopes upon the fact, that it is the natural tVi "
M.-rh24 J. No m -n- fr mi-s, 'ir in.t'in IY'ln. : ten minutes. Again the sentinel stood still. nearly the whole of the public burdens, course f! trade, to exchange directly, the assuredly "lead us on to fortune."

& HIT AL'TIIOllITV.- }For fist-day, or hi h-fe-'i\'al! !!. and stretched himself] over the chill; ga/.ini! in tile shape of duties upon these foreign productions of one for those ol another should this.glorious opportunity be lost-our I

For Ireri For n'a y cliiisuinugordu.I ri jza-, jioniji; or fnne: requi:a'pll.! m.ll.c I! on the deep, deep sea, like a man alarmed, goods winch Arc received almost exclusively ; and that all country indirect and circuitous gallant bark, instead of riding the waves in

t,.s OF TiE fNITHi kTATKS PA-af .AT TiE $'.' I, for the dip of our oars reached his quick ears. in exchange for the great staples of the South modes intercourse, must be attended by triumph may be driven among the breakers

casuttsMoN OF TiE .T"LN1t.t'11Il0SC'jE>!,. 1 tl'am.. 1 mcholy i fii inc. *'Qni vi\tT* from his I hoarse: man'Oln'I tlC revenues had ben Irvird in a direct tax, increased and be therefore less or dashed upon the rocks, or at best be again
Which ins t IiKe living; expense
niniiin I
PUBLIC-.2. Tha' I' thing rdiigin our ears like thunder; again we; heard (however largely exceeding the wants of the involved in those "eddies and shalows'*
ne\cr mure it* hot may ring adva itageotis to all parties, than the direct ;
AN AC T to auul confirm certain the challenge quickly followed the the burden would have fallen from which we never more to ;
r-ttily offictalucti In its ."" brij1 and unny clime ; by repent government,) trade. Trade, like water, always seeks its may
of Join !ate I know the fancy: t but of his kct. Now hissed the rockets different Even the pilot who wheathersthe
Pope, Governor of .! \il; lu as at least equally upon the }portion! of level and unless when opposed by natural or escape.

..4tkitts.Hf. ; :. BUll I c< hoes or t-v usual tc -> !m''< r s-ofl nfiIn they ;l"cendedtl.c sky, and blue lights innumerable the Union. But by the s\sleni which was artificial barriers, will run its course in the storm*' may be compelled to "give up>

the} Senate aiul I aLl threw House ghastly while and of and
tt en Ilt.d liy As i if they mourned the paNt-those he-lit nt Sjn il! ; adopted, l capital the horiest and most direct line. It must be by crew
ofn !j fJrthe I Unitud Stales and below. The South Iorimedown of : left in a condition so .
jt'fIaiH of lug promontoty) bay grape w.is by a weight taxation admitted th'rcfn. that but for opposing utterly hopeless.The

.hUrwa in Congress :1-SI'llhl..d. That the 311SCELLAXV.Fiom I and canister splashed and tore the waters into which in many instances amounted to .hih have been interposed md measures which are deemed by thE

.il ll> and tr.-tihfers of John foam outside of and the half of whole of the articles ohtacPi. Committee to be in order
loeatlt.: > ", Popn --- --- --- I just us, British one lie cost received forced the commerce of tho proper adopted, to

fate Gox.-rtiiir of Aikar, ; ..is. of a quantity; of the Metri poliir.n.! : cheer rung high and merrily, as our youthful in ('xl'haut for tln-ir production, (belabor South out of KM natural channels, our Cot- carry these views into effect, are embodiedin

ihf ptibhi- (.i titi, not f)(,,(-diiig t-n "('t.II'. Till I: N 1GJIl'ili"I'ACK.. I commander) shouted, "Give way. for your amid capilalufoll.'r portions of the Union ton. and 7'obacco would have found distinct propositions, which are herewith

or MX thiiii-iinil l four htindn < actes, huh BV A NAVAL. OFFICER.I [I I lives i men, all remember your orders.I were substantially exempt from taxation, iheii Hi'e market in Europe by the shortest and submitted to the convention. They embrace

WH!"r.infrd to Ark nsas to build a s slate The hoatswail's pipe, reechoed by his, I[ The divisions of boats flew tlironeh the plaIcitl ; and C\'t'l stimulated [by enormous bu'intie.c. mo t drecl route from Southern Sea Port a strong and emphatic declaration of the

!lmu-e at Little! Hock th, eat of ovrinniftit nates called attention, and *'IJ iard aDd in Ships and it i is obvious
tf 1 A i k.i kSdS, to Mimiiv ritizens of Ar through) the d lhof II.M.: S. oar to their work; and as they the I encouraging "domeitic industry: dutieson Soutbl'r ; equally the importance of a direct importand: export
that the received in
k.in-as, it |iuiMian.'e of an'itutlioiity wMed I wanted an hour of iirn'm: !lit, and was in- I lioie, diverged to their different duties. Tile foreign goods were imposed to an amount for these foreign goods; would have exchange trade, and the duty of adopting all proper

.in tutu by an ict: of Congress ot '..Infouiih i ciiM-ly dal k, when I orderc-d the boats; to fol- furor hope under the gallant Liddle, j jump- : n'all'lI'ecilg the wal.ts uf the government. been returned to us production the channel means for the purpose of establishing and
tbr.ub ame -
d\\ ill .1 iily, in the y,-ar c'i bte 'ti hundred low my IOtiOI. without noise, ant] proC.c.d.in .j Jed I t thfr! boats formed, and rushed u\p \, : thus brought into the Treasury, Now promoting it. They recommend in the next

."iid tll q-t\\U, be, and the same ate hcrcliv I search of a cutler anchored between Itocli- '!\ the sleep to the attack of the battery with incredible I' were accumulated in the, Northern Cities, and i win under can any plausible of free rpatn'l trade Le, the assigned i>hce. strong.earnest, and reiterated appeals

rat 1Itd and coitliitn, : Provided said lo- die .mil) lloclieforl) round) which. the boats of:!I speed. I drew offto thc right. of the: :, especially in :New Vork frot whence they Hxportsof South Carolina system and Georgia to thp understanding and feelings of all the

ratn.n, ..11.-:, and ti.insliirs: were in cunfuriuiv li.it division of tlie cliannel-llci-t, cuniiiii it. i i marine corps and directly in from of tll'I tti-ie draw I only' 10 ue ll-lrIJtl.t: ""'IJ tin- .1-* ; Ka been shown to $ 4OOO. people interested with a view to.enlist. their
led by Sirllarry I Unrrard Ne.ile. :' French regiment whose Iiugl-l at intervals military ami naval establishments at the .n'"I. OB .sympathies-excite their patriotism, and J
were
to Ii f.il be 0,1.1-
,' (tui %ioiis, t .I'IC <:IVI>I ,. lendezvons f fur the 'I could be heard above the of the heavy I Iiirlilleiy North the surplus being divided : call .into ection 1
(}jiirtit l.r .scti nis or not: And JMOtded to purpose of cnttin!! roar I ; fual.y among to Europe from Charleston! and Savannahand an enlightened public opinion
out a that Uocl.i-llc{ and and fieldpieceS that thickly lined 11I I'I Pensioners, and Improvements in in furtherance of our jew5. An adjourned f
also, That til <.:i MISS amuutit 1 of actes cmvoy IHII.t b'el why the goods for which they I
<>f Idiid thus loiMli I id, >.*ld, and I ri tlpf'rI ed, chased into a I bay ne.ir th.1 place some dayspreviously. ,I die beach, and now' opened in earnest on the I the same quarter, and in the "'est. Hundreds arc exih.ng foreign d, should not be imported dirertly meeting of the convention to be held in ,
Its Jed Loats. of millions of dollars thus drawn this place. the third Monday in
fur lit alore.-aid do strongly juar< state for- w( re : October
ti s nut exceed I I I in return? Our li.uliors are safe and
Iurpu- hundred: acres ind the hade al (irospect of success in da\light, Jis A sutlileti nervous start and-"I was afraid I i from the South,, and expended North of the next-an address to the people of the slave 1i
\ '" ; ; I ) commodious the is shorter and safer
IV-hlrnt jftln: L'nitid Stales hereby aulliiiti'd a veiy bigb pnjinontoiy, called I'tu'ntdu t Clio i 11)right arm was off," said the mid.lipman,1|i Potomac; ali our wealth was conveyed fiomus and the freight voyage l ls*. But what is ol holding states, and the adoption of the suit .

.ind dirertcil tu c.t.*' $ to i ia- ilb long tIiirt., -two pounders, afforded I ( /'ar me; but it is only confoundedly I j I by a steady stream*, constantly flowing infinitely more importance we actually able measures to secjre a ful representation
1.ltClt. efic-ctiidl) the : bruised shot the Northward, in a current as and produce at that convention, all the
resi..tilncF even to by a striking nndevi'iting
-ir approach .
sue t'I. id put chairs, t li fr their urne1" II I the articles which are to be exported states
1.'ll| n'M-ntaIives, the late; Guvern- of an adverse squadron.; A re 'inent : "It is well you preserved it, want its I irresistible, as the Gulf Stream itself, which and vtry leqnire for our own interested, are among the measures recom
of removed from anduncamped assistance tIme corronade. So "knows reflux." With this our consumption mended. In looking to the essential
itt system
inlantiy training H objects
Liir-vi'r made round tie very pretty hay, their oars, lay in the six foremost ones, forward inlluenn-s were combined, all having the \ery rccri'ec providing capital and credit as well as
\ i iluapplications i ate projterly for tho."e Now can
white tents on the plain, giving the t'un, and load it with double canister. same object in view and tending tu produce exports. anything markets for our imports, and thus laying a
lf.l jitin'hd-siTS or legal; rcprc&entu 1 glitt'rinl ant be conceived moie unnatural,-more
tCI mori: effect t beautiful srtII'1 V. Tie Now, coxswain, keep the bow of the boat directed t the same general result. On these, time pure foundation for the ultimate success
of the usual and of business
i
t'I' admiral and officers that bad volunteered on towards tiie centre of that scattered I dues not permit us to dwell. I I is sufficient out proper course of our schemes-a series of important practical
2. A i.d bn it flltl.cr That than that our Cotton which is to be
Clactcc lliis desperate undertaking lud closely reconnoitered fire )'OU see advancing ;" for the regiment had lor ti"merely to mention. the long credits, measures have been ncommended.
the! i I. III-t!| an.l ?Mjuthn-it 'jti.liters fJr SC('- exchanged for the Manufactures of England .
the place this day, and each officer thrown out their sharp-shooters to feel theirway the auction system, the centralization of the which, carried into effect it is confi
ii'j'.i township eighteen, fist \il
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iMi-iitV'hfXvn IU11 hould be shipped to New York
had) the) of attack him and] of the attacking whole '.' and influence of the ; .
plan fully) explain (Iu gin some knowledge c pa; trl. e. power dently very far to put our merchants -
uii,:' our, \vt--t, the Muthu <|:iaitcr olecli I :here sold to the New York Merchant-by believed:1 .
snnc and by J-'ir: Hairy, with the particular; duty expected force; of these gentlemen 1 'OIJI no notice, government in favor of the"ort: and especially -, with those of the north.
"i township him to England there
t\venU.eijht I ] from him. Til marine artillery were confident that the main body were alh'al'cinil I of the city of New ork-causcs of |I transhipped again An earnest call i is made upon the banks to. -
rangf, tl.p southeast) of section tifte sold and converted into British ,
qjailer selected! and volunteers! from that admirable close column, and reserving my welcome I themselves abundantly sufficient, to secure I goods which they can h.irdly fail to respond,
touti | nineteen bonth, be first to
range hich goods to into
arc
imported
:np ole corps, bonded by Lieutenant Liddle, composed {for them alone. I them those advantages: : against which we so provide the required capital and credit, by
M.1, the) n'',iihcii t and southwest quarters New York and from thence forwarded
tie forlorn hope. I was on reconnoiter- By this lime Lieutenant Lidtlle's storming !I long struggled in \ ain. The calamities under I to arrangements perfectly safe as to themselvesand
.f sfctuMi and raiIe, there bt- sold :
dine, saints township I II Charleston,-- to to the Caro-
jug wc found that a regiment of infantry had party hud gained the crown of the promontory wliich' the South labored, under tlc operation at the same time well calculated t to
:lu- :\I district, state
o. lina Merchant and fur in bills 6
,11 ISSlllllald arrived from Ilochelle on the bay. and bad and were halted to re-form and pain of this system, belong to that class i paid : at per furnish all the facilities which the direct trade

i crpted Aikuisjlie: fiutn the, Rld provisions of r this hereby act. ex- taken an excellent position, both for defending -I breath, but finding the enemy endeavouring' \lich one of the ablest writers on political cent. Count in this the transaction number of agencies employed the- will require. A plan:for equalizing our domestic .

: JAMES K. POLK, the slrippii g and) (the piotnontory of Point to turn one of their heavy guns upon them, f economy has declared lobe \\orscthnn theburrenne.s.s commissions;-sum up exchanges, and keeping up the creditof

: The plan of attack was skilfully I the gallant Liddle gave the word to charge of the soil and the inclemency freight, insurance, profits and our banks during the suspension of specie
Speaker ol the I Hou'of Repieaentativcs.U1I other charges consider the loss of time and
JOHNSON arranged by Sir Harry: darkness was the I bayonet; ;lid advance at double quirk tim-t; of the Ile.mvens'for if our fields were fertile ; pay merits, has also been devised, which it

Vice Pivriidout ff this United Slates,, first requisite, ami it was most essential thata sparks flew as they crossed each other, and nnd the heavens; propitious, the harvest the risks reasonable incident to such entertain a course doubt; and that can i is: most earnestly desired, may be carried

and Piid,-nt the -Senate.Appiovcd landing should) be effected, or the boats gotso i many a gallant breast was transfixed by that was for lho e. "\\hI reaped where they had any lan a into effect by them. It il not to be concealedthat
of carried
trade be all direct
if such a can on at ,
I Jan. IGib, 1830. much under the promontory that the heavy tiuly lirittsli implement. A t this moment not scwti."' Under the u circumstances: so 0 without the aid and support of the banks

t M. VAN BLUEN.Ii ." metal with which it was bristled could not I !heir gollant leader received a bal in his far from its being; a toll of surprise, it was import and export' trade, (if thee be no the difficulties in our way will be greatly

be depressed to hear on tlicapproaching force. j sword arm, which shattered the bOI', so as the result: of an ititinciblo necessity, that the obstacle interposed Under,)similar must be finally more multiplied. I will depend upon them in a

PUBLIC-No. 3. One hundred marines, commanded by their to require amputation and the wounded hero commerce of the South and South West prftaLIc circumstances great measure to determine the fate of our

r AN ACT lo provide for ihe of captain from theCalcdonian, were to secure was supported to (he boats with the wreathof should be thrown into the hands of the Northern capital required to carry on the indirect great enterprize. In order to divert capitaland
payment annuities tiade must be much than that which
which, will become due and the retreat of the storming-party, headed by victory on his brow. The tramp of masses merchant-, that the exchanges should greater credit from other pursuits into the
needed in
payable would be the direct trade. Indeed
.1 to the Great and Liltl Ooajjes, in the Lieutenant Liddle, a id for that purpose were of infantry was plainly beard in the launch bf centralized at New York, nnd that we under of mutual channels of commerce, an appeal M aba

i1 x \oi.r one thousand; i ciht hutnlred and to take up a position between the boats and and the sharp-shooters retired on their main should be rendered tributary to our Northern of system those of exchanges the, made to planters, capitalists and others, tn

thirty eight and for other the French reginutnt, whose encampment so body. "Depress thp gun and stand clear of brethren. To shaw, that we have not mistaken our productions Europe, avail themselves of the provisions of the acts, .

Be it enacted; by the Senate purpose and House of much enlivened the plain. The boats were its recoil:"-nearer, and still nearer came the ttue character, or natural effect of capital required under a wel ordered tys. of the Legislature of the several states,- '

of the United State of A- to move in six divisions from the cutter, their the heavy tread. I beard the command to the causes which we have mentioned, we tern of arrangements, be compai otive- passed during the last winter, authorizing

tnerica Rrpre-eritatives in Congress assembled Thai; thewretary oars muffled, and ('acl division having a different make ready and close their files. "Fire!" will avert to ole among many facts, ilustra.tive ly small. Credit might, to and a great such extent, limited partnerships ; and it is recommended
the trade
of Jrar -diII\ duty assigned them. Some were to and thirty-six pounds of small balls impera. of the truth niour po .itiun. th. supply place capital, 1 that the youth of our country should be directed
t lo be '
cause purchased conducted
be
'. t for the Ube of the Great and Little board and cut out the !shipping, others convey tively commanded a halt, which the Frenchmen introduction of the piotecting duties, a large might on principles, which to commercial pursuits, and prepared
Oagei would to the planter the
, Indians such will :' the storming; and covering party, nine, acknowledged by prompt obedience. and profitable direct trade was actually car- ensure largest pro by a suitable education to fill the responsible
I : in his
provisions as fits hid and his the low-
ton be useful oPin.I' in a seventy-four's launch, was to flank the The flames from the grounded shipping that ried on, between the cities of the South and on crops supplies at station, and elevate the high character Qf
mo.t to them, to th i \ marines, and with an eighteen l bad been et fire a glimpse of the Southern Merchants est rules; while the merchant, the ship own-
1 *igIit lhou alld five hundred dollars pounder moun- on now gave :ports of Europe by the southern merchant. These, and other
*hen oh,ill said and I ted in her bow, to check the advance of the the retreating infantry, and our gun, by its arid in Slllher Ships. For several years er, and every other class in the community suggestions embraced in the resolutions,

: : dixlnbutr.d purchased, cause said Indians provisionsobe I French infantry. Now, fair and gentle reader playing, accelerated their motion. The prior to 1 1807, for instance, our imports into would participate largely in the advantages constitute the measures to

among each ., by (her imagine the cutter, (and sh \ \'as found commander of our party now ordered the bugle the city Charleston amounted to several of such a trade. the convention for their recommee. |

as agt-nt, furnishing be their to family, 8 near I with great difficulty, not daring to show allghtt to sound a retreat, and the marines rush- millions of dollars annually.-From this period But should this direct intercourse be one be seen that they embrace a series of mea

Provided may always, Thai proper auch propol purchase tCn--and I ) imagine the cutter's deck thronged with ed into the boats in double quick movement. however when the American system established, capital would soon flow in fromall sures of a political character, believed tq

distribution. hull not be :made, unless ', commanding the different boats, Never was a night attack better planned, or received a latil blow, and the Government quarters to supply any deficiency that be wel calculated to promote the objeCt for

Indian the l.id': receiving the final orders of ibe youthful flag- more ably executed. Our youthful coraman- commenced letracing its step back to the might be found to exist. The great law of they are designed. It is Vfi

ol agree the to annuities. receive due amo them m for discharge the- ;1' lieutenant, representative of the rearadiniraieach ; ding officer, now Captain Hamilton, then received free trade system, our imports began to increase demand and supply, would not leave us long can do no more than to urge the tue adoption of

year one thousand hundred and thirty as he made his parting bow to the gal- his promotion, and we the thanks of and have been steadily increasingever without a money capital, fully adequate to these measures on the part of the banks, and

eight, by virtue treaties eight between them and .lant youngster, for so he was compared to Sir'Uarry Uurrard Neal since,-thus showing conclusively, the all the operations of trade. So with regardto others interested. But when it is recollected

the United States the senior officers under him, each drew tigh. hue sources Southern depression on the the market for the foreign goods which that this convention i i.composed of near

ter the belt of his sword, and platted his hand COMMERCIAL CONVENTION. the under this would be received at our
Sec 2. And be one hand, and of Southern prosperity ou system two hundred Delegates, representing five
it further enacted That
REPORT.
th. on the butt of his pistols. The quick ear othcr.-Freedot i is the veiy element of the Southern Sea Ports. Obtaining them, awe State and one Tenitory, and when we coo
Secretary of "'a cau e at additional have The Committee of 31 who .slruc.
( farmers many might detected the half-drawn sigh, and were South, in which,"lhn lives, and move and should be able to do, at less cost than sider the weight of character, influence, and

opinion of the President, be deemed necessary suffusion of the to beadepted by this Coavention, beg compose
slight eye as some replacedthe proper industry," is essential to our well York, we would unquestionably be able to when all, we remember that
lo aid and said Indians in ior
t instruct locket they had most affectionately pressed leave respectfully to report: being. We look back with surprise to the dispose of them, on advantageous terms, at they are engaged in a matter of deep public
Clearing and
t cultivalmg% their lands, and suchadditional to their lips, arguing, from the dangerousnature That they have bestowed upon the subject
of demand for
fact, that a people possessed of such vast least to the extent our own concern, involving the welfare, prosperity
!. tock, $implement of husbandry of their service, a possibility of no other referred to them, the attention which its importance ,
and seeds, to be advantages, vhould have so long and so patiently those goods and this alone, would increase and honor of these states, it can hardly bo
purchased for the of dema-ids. Time does i
not
permit
farewell
the ,
use ; ofbidding to much
Indians the opportunity submitted to a tate almost "Col our direct importations to five or six times believed, that their deliberate opinions and
ilid ax agent or vupcnntendentmay tokens of love or friendship. At this nor does the occasion perhaps require an o t
prized and hesitate to their the
onial not only recommendations
Vassalage, we say present alount. I consumption earnest can be withouteffect.
jud e : Provided of the in all its
elaborate
examination
tite whole necessary incurred alwnys, that moment some awkward fellow accidentally subject that the page-in our history, which shall record of the South was supplied through her Our chief dependence after all how.
expense under this sec. discharged his pistol, and the eiecia- bearings; and this is the less necessary, as the of
itself Revolution
hon shall the rise and progress of the "American own ports, this would create a ever must be upoq public opiDjon-b we
eed
;
nol the of
px sum three the
thou.lnd able documents recently published by
'five hundred dollars. : Lion displeasure burst from numerous lips; in the clearest System," (\so called) will be regarded hereafter in our trade which would changethe I have two much confidence in the truth and
have exhibited
Convention
all turned eagerly to the dangerous battery of entire face of the and
Sec. 3. eyes as to the intelligence country, pour a of our cause to entertain doubt of
justice
be it
And further enacted That ton du Che and then the light, and demonstrated in the most conclusive disreputable
of Point bay
swept ,
ar.d virtue of of wealth and ity through member of this
ble! the the Age, spirit food rolpel every every .
Secretary public assembly
tr war to carry the where the regiment had encamped, but no manner every point which it could be lucceu
prQVliOna of th'u act into effect, the Hum of thing denoted alarm. The sentinel still important to establish. Indeed the whole the American people. But, happily for our part of our land. But it is one of the moat regard it ai his own personal concera- -

thousand dollars paced and will add, for the important and interesting features of our M well M sacred duty which be owes to
rid be, and the same is his lonely round and a few minutes' observation question is embraced in the single proposition prosperity, we peace .

trebyuppriprjat to be paid out of any convinced us they had not observed that it is the interest and duty of the nod harmony of the Union, this system has .y.tem. that it is inseparably connected with himself'his. posterity and his country-(.

mfley111 the Treasury lot otherwise approprutcd. our unguarded conduct. Slave holding States of this Union, to improve been broken down-we trust and believe the extension of our intercourse with the interior use his utmost efforts tq advance the great

rf .'Gentlemen boats said their natural advantages, by forever; and we are coming back, by slow. of our country, by means of RailRoads work Judging from the past, we have nQ
securingto
JPPloyed Jlnuary 16th, 1838. youthful commander, to your, and they formed, in our the tmlv that Jrio o the cmm'ece bin ure steps, to ,the great priuciplei of free! Canals, and Turopikas. .4,con ec. C UO to dUjrujl} the futurt. Si i? ''DQJltNTUE




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I ico, the first mooting of the contention took of the expedition. On the 22d the ) FROM FLORID J-. d I 'ny companies of the volunteers or militia.of sequence of the propriety and necessity
officer
,iLce at AtiziiMa.t It wa* composed of 80 command left Fort Lauderdale and ascended 'Capture of more than 5 Indians confirmed.IJj .1! THE FLORIDAST.. lh Territory as tho commanding may of providing for for c\'er contngency; a,j'

1f.nr! ., ft'f\r":1 nting two M.I tea and oneterritory. i the south branch of New River, | the arrival \(>t, afternoon of the I TALLAHASSEE, thing necessary. among others, expenses!incident

Xmv we h ive five pta'e.' and onetrMior I with the foot on board the steam boat .steamer James .damo1, Captain Chase from' The appropriation bills have passed both the employment of volunteers and militia
,
'I' j
I I Ii5 Creek the attention of SATURDAY. APRIL 21,13.: that may be called out by the
,(. : 4 r pt'C"III": J by ISO ant mbtr5. The* Isi to the old Smile Back |Iwd through Houses of Congress. proper mi
I I I:, Tnlahassee'llat( C., have received from cor- I ]litary officer, or by the Governor
I'fll'"t.II1; ;; e..f! that' aMU'tnbly' have ::.ncnbr Captain we a of a
I above the We have heard of ( depredationscommitted
.
% j i under the command olCapt. Powell on our frontier during p.lst i I
I I .: have produced a powerful influi-nce of;I rumors hNtu'I"! prevailing."T vverk. We learn th.it tht-re me 'o thai the I all tic ;re f'tUi ij in slowly.Hy I Indian population, for the purpose of re.pressing .

I on public opinion of which we have the'I the naThe reconnoitering party : .I the editor "ftl Georgian: numerous sign of II\/'r.I Indians, I thai: they I IiI .Sivannali paper: : rCl'iv'cl I II!' any sudden outbreak of those
I
't It most gratifying evidence in the legislation I had been sent out in the morning reached Ih.ul CREI.K. ( F..) ." }\il", 1835.I lie ac i I C\I 11', ::1 t is sta'ed I tli.it; Aliiiiat'T; had c'rm- people! without ,waiting for the
to in ntnlHrC previous
increasing
1. of several Mates on one of their iccommendations I the site at the landing of the Idianil, fniward -,'I\t copy of I5ri.'. Gen. Nel appear tain Sin-lice, on Saturday list, lel in with a :.i in to Cut TJI>lor, ati'ortUasonger.i .sanction of the president. This Cinle] -

.1 and the increased il1tf'l'gt'cr : lage, and a large trail was son's official report. You may rely upon force followed ration and the
I trail considerable general uncertainty
'' the fo'low.n facts, Ien., Jesup had denoting a i At of heM at as to
where felt in the Ftibj ?ct of their dfjiberations. discovered I penetrating the evergladesand ; ns hi I a meeting young men.
it till it entered a d 'ti.e h.inunock-- party the amount of force it may be
Tim ('lIrour 'jjfd, we ,iould go on in a direction leading to Pine Island, arranged with chiefs of the camp: near Jupiter but about thirty men, and the the Capitol, in this place, on the 1 12th int. to continue the necessaryto

in ,that conridc-ncc. vvhih jjood cause sh-nild and\ about 12 or 14 miles from the mar- to meet him m council% on the 20th Indians'id numbering f-a r outnumbering him pursuant to previous notice Dr. J. S. employ operations i fn
never fail to Hut to secure success till but they faded: to attend, nnd from the < ) motion called to the Florida, to prevent or repress hostilitipj
: inpt. Col. Bankhead deemed KoBiNso.v, was, on ,
;, gin. although quite unwell lather than attack a concealed enemy
I .. make the driving in of ponies other indications-, on the part of the Cherokees and to
we must b prpared; to necessary old ; Chair and \ H MICHAEL appointedSecretary. !I preserve
directions and took commandof it prudent to (for rcilfnr (melt. \ ,
gave ihe f.tur
he behoved preparing to to on our western frontier
efforts" Of laing be assured they were
., one ; we may the troops in pursuit early on the following !- fly Next morning St e learn he went in pursuit The objects of the meeting peace render
that thi< greut; vu-ioiy cannot be easily I swamps. of i'h t the dei stated the Chairman the following it impracticable to enter into any
The trail follow- \\iih a eighty Meini; by -
achi.,'.' IIi. th; ord-r of a wise and beuefici.il ; morning. was The general determined that they should company Iln foice he timing like an exact calculation of the pre
; several foot and horse- i termination of giving battle to any Preamble ReJvoIntions were offered -
i jed miles on on not and ordered Col. 1). E. Twijrjjs i
I providence, that nothing tuiy! great esC'apt. find concentrated. liable amount of the expenses of the' rear
;
i back, and as far as was practicable with of the 2d dragoons to secme them. The might and ndoptc1
I. o'ltair.ed wi-hout And '
or Amidst such the
good
;. t ran pains the above, e irceivr-d a uncertainty, departmentcan
the horses. In of the im- colonel arranyc-l twitters admirably that) SiicHilin'y \VIfIThe frequent depredations
hbor. anticipation
I 1 letter T. P. ('baires, E-q., curio-ing; only exercise its best judgment
the he 'in individual on : 1100 of detached hands of the Seminole, having ,
( taking
of
Thi< is the price vvh'nh must be paid toecuri' !practicability penetrating cn'rbdes s ecl.tcd every
I Ian account ofau Indian aitad$: on the house this it has done, in estimating for tile
I with the mounted the the of the 21st. far been snuVred to tro unpunished, I
morning
> I Dyer rr amount now a-
to fuake th<- tU'Ct>*ary r>rtiou v\c must '| ilotilla was directed to descend to the forks Theme were upwards] of 500 men, women, !!, Magnolia to 1 ont:ice hl ,. Th atlaek: < \as I has embolden them to approach within a I Very respectfully,

: iidvi th" priv:". \Ctr' rin our rngLtv: work and ascend the north branch and join; the and childicn; and among them ovri onrbundled made a little after dark o i ,Wednesday evening 1 distance which threatens the :security of Your obedient

I y arc) :,p'i'*ifd m a day.11 r>*cntnlr.i : ) '! main body, and then move together, (following thrH'fC and fifty taken warrior-159. lr addition a'u.iut loihrsc | I by a considerable parly of 1 Indians.: A1'gr I our Capitol and its immediate vicinity. I most j. R.: POINETT.lion. servant,

I iti T'-s 1'1'h.- cct.ditniti til s a countrv, niu*! i( the trail to Pine Island, or to negroes, I sitting in the door was fired upon I o I 1st. T/tercf l" i Ilrsfili'cd, That asj .

I I In- "4\rhf"M c.ut l-y. j-Jnvv cl!. gn-e,. Wo rray whatever point it ]lead, -the whole !! folly of whom are cap-iblu bearing' : arms. one cutting I the hair .1Y his Ii'.itl a rid j we view .It necessary to I be on the' alert inlease i C. C. CA.MHRELE.NO,
j may So I that t ( en. J. ( bal I Ch'n IV. & Means
; operation Con II.
..(* iJ.-.r1.i ii.al r.o'ing short of n bigh reM you ltf..j'C ( : ha Its on of Rep
|h his ht
Indians in
another from the
.t force united comiotinr of about) 40() men i I i in: the \' Jupit I Inlet hive resulted: t lug eve "rlws-'i of any alarm or I .
ir ( 'itj- wljuli no opposition can mln't'; a :land 21 At 10 o'clock A. M. on of 600 and I struck the logs of the house on cithirid'- near our Town, we, the undersigned, i
boat. I in upward* prnoneis i
: (j jvitri yol. I.f itg.ii'ist all discouragetwills securing of the duor. door was shut; and tin- I i [Foil THE Fi.oiini\x.J
t ( the 23d we embarked] and divided the silencing near 200 rit1.s.General j i Tie I jatrreeto form ourselves into a company |
.tii4 wh'.clisfcnl MR. EDITOK Wonder it Hoi, ShrinI
: nnwiiiiung pn'rlIlceo. fire out and .Mr. Dyer and bin :- expects
put negroes
I iiM- -i.i--ii'ii i tu all I
.. V: <'
: X-i v." n.J < i--rii'.; oiiiselves ihcn, with ih.' i drawn through bog and mire, waist deep pii>onrs, as he was anxious. to push south, ing :being expended. I they! retiied I and ammunition, to assemble at any place one man? Wonder if the people are nritI

: vain nlnlint: <.ur progress in this woi 1!, to the men, to Pine I Island, and not un- in order tojJil Col. Hankhead, who was in !I with family; to tine liammor-k, and after I i agreed! upon by the Company. I tired of Mr. Short's nquilstdy1lty! : [productions
: lie
: ill v*< >>\ < ;,' t\ li* ir d.It.d! bv the! appovii -0 frequently the bog was ?o deep that assistance full Sam Jones, and with some ; seeming i the r.lal.i inn a sale j position. re- I id./ /frxwtvvThat ue are to a:;emblc ? Wonder too, how long tler.l'c} l-

4 i,:: pjII1l&. "f our -.iintry, and the cordial I I|: was required to extricate them prospect of ovcitnkin him. Till Gen"r:1bJS turned wilh til 1Il lojd in their gun?, hal: t at the sifriinl i of the rindnS of the man will indulge ii rntettaimn; these sublime -
I the whole busines I
:111| j.oit ii,1! mt 1..11illzeno1.. Consciou:' from it. \Vhel within 3 miles of the Islj ]- admirably manage \ the I Indims did riot! agiin venture to np1 Tawr Bells fur half an at the Knights of ihn Qti.ll who in the opinion

\* flit} I we ui<* tii-tujtc-d I !IIr the purest motivesjinJ'ljiJ .' j' and, we discovered the smoke of Indian Thn force of the Cle\,Is j is broken that he has and done dispirited 1 pruach the hH Tiieie 1 being n'' force in 1 I Capitol Square, ready armed and equip- or its Editor: are s>o jjreat an acquisition: ; .
all Inn
{' iil lie- {;n wv inn$ -i n'rth.lesi be .. "llhat .lan whom the t how much longer the columns! eflhl' Witfh'
from
{prepared other riiing that seemed just to have I SLIt d. Mr. J. II. 15)rd, ar- i i protection and defence of our town and
Jor all :. :!.( r of opposition. The ircaFures : CUmlal1"'S. Count i is communicated, icmark; *. if they man will rni.timif lo ba embellished! with
J \ : been kindled. It was therefore tolerably : "Four Jcrirrn. .March 27, 1S35. fellow-citizen-
,
J : we propo-e ro-n: into conflict with tor, !! (t the Indians) are Kind enough to pay) us a i stih usfful, interesting and amusing c'>rre*.
; .. certain that the Indians still remained I daic havu hcird our late j 3d. Ttmnfceil, That each member of
many deeply looted! ) pn-j-ijices, and ton many say ) I1II ( I I to nigtit, we will give a account: pondrntsl Co!, :and 1 1 11.it 1 ('(JuIul' ed upon me
it and and d,%ci ive I rib of live liutid.ed I hch: IIH-JU \HI g"e the ) him-elf with necessary .
: provide
"r .idvtTM.' iiitcre ts, tt) enable us to hope,. upon a complete ; :! latiilld I of them. Mr. Ib. "r's house is .int.ab'vit! Company Inst wed like a duck upon June llitgrys\

1;' lh.it fv -/
II: and our n'Jtpose mi-irepresented. Wt. I Island is so situated, surrounded by highi that the CJeneial I has .shipped for I the. we.st' P.Aicporthas. ." !'gun; and.! the requisite ammunition, pro- : likely to !Ir a candidate fo* the C"r.vpriton.

t.f line ihi?' jir"uid: u-. whoso prospects illI i !; grass, b01 nnd water, and several .' since the Tochi hatrh'-e afi'iir. Ildleckhadjo I Clairc- -- --- --, j vided, the same cannot he procured from Now I did'nt think} : then* Wri* any hnr.n m
.
y t I life, in a great 4111.111' depend ul'olllhfl de..1 I miles from Island we of it, I that it : ;nid several o'hfr' v.irr1.orhiss ( ;one 1 1 been circulated: of seiiou-' the propt ofiicrrs: gin eminent.j .'I, enquiring: much I It.>s that thiS t'r.fju'uyfuIJ;

# (11 4 feat of(,ur |1.1 II'.t hrje pfniion of lh. !''could scarcely bo (-r-xncclcd: thov could cs- out I'. bring in some more of thir; people, I dific'ut".s! lt'\If/ t the A-ie lachi.ola Indians j Iesorci'rhat the Chairman of deprive J the country of such C'tlllr."nC strvices. -

,h; iitnon: ,-v.hn-ii :ilway: h'IS i-xf-rl'-d and stu I| undiscovered( or elude pursuit* and as thi"llh chief a young nun I behcvc and the Crerk-1, \\ ho hat e bei some the m *"ting be authorised, to appoint a Wonder if Bob expects uy i.is ii'ousc

I (.>'rt..o\llwHI t a .'mltllliilll! wt1I"nc,' upoiami : I cape The judicious disposition] that vas ,I he will (In, uful to nI'r"i -". I t tlJI I <|u.itered! r.far; Chatt.iho ichie, wnilmgan comlliuf of the, to draft such I h e-1nvs: of the 1 Ilxecntive.: ; to nde in f hn' ..f h.s

9 ; public fljj'iJI.; : -il l i."IIIC' : abroad, will I Li.I *.j' a *\ -s < n I'.ijicr. I tlr| r.'IIto I :the \Ni-s!.- : doomed, fner.dly a-pirant? Wonder I li: Ibr Kxtrutive -
and) be
: made of the forces occupinjr positions I Uj'i'lllli\ ; as may ni'ff-
.I t lou:t.d ii'itt a< ti'if:, tu 4'i'!pn\e us of publirontiJenc ;' on Kr.MAI'.K\BI.K K.sCAI'E: JRtOI :' S.\t.!INlTIO.N. i; \' ". l 1".1 II "'. iJillii-u/! gr.-w out of a rf111tiom and 1 discipline cares for ar.v ?n> h 'rn dl fry? W.,r.dr:
the organization;
both '
I the north, the east and west sides of and .-Many. of tlr townsmen rememberMr. chid! I of the.iCieiks -:1'for who: ci.ref'r Ssquibi!
( and tduvu us Ironi our course" I ( f idriinkf-n fr. Iic, in "hl.h : ; at C f. U"yrttr,
: h We t-hiil 1 If: cluig d with ung Microus prcnn several hundred *yards, from the island, i ir : l .-1 si.IVicox, a g"I.III'lan in .\', need ;I l received a wound fiorn: the other ; of the Company. or if the people thing. all his al/us! ;n
J .' judice.t,
,t 1 northern Lrethicn, :li''IIUS s which aru stran- had we been able to have arrived I'! IVoria; last summer and) msdu some purchases 11 the deceased! : demanded th'- perpetrator, this le{ tin; l bt published in our weekly 1 the Coon.Cau! | >e if the Old Conn" ag

: I I\ pcrs to ()urlinMWisj :md lint !tae th'ulpotent !!I scvtral hours sooner; but when our posi-1 I I of real estate. Having property also in who! wa given up turd by l"diJIII.I\ and JournalI :. IlIa1; calls !him, mined across him h.-'s mhI ; -

1 slander.IIIII. revived, OF HOSTILITI'I tion were taken-and which was done : ,Arkansas, he left heie for that state in October executed I Both parlies are now satisfied.. : I At a Mih-equent mcctina of the Com- ty apt to shorten the nullifier. Wonder if

TMOV. Now, if the cOIl c'iiS'necs !i and in passing i throiiili. Tennessee met the the 16th I the for such r.I
in : of t- *
t' TO inn without the least loos timo-it was just -- ------ I jjanyhrld at same place on community care Bob

: t"1 of r.*"MiiuiJ., '.'(> rue not fully pieparetto ]I sunset. it was supposed, lia\' ng heard :i. with the Hh"nlr related !
: : '" t-ncounier ALL THIS I and lIiIIHE.-lf wizti .the since left Fort I of No\ eihtr., I It occurred in the I Georgia Volunteers, giving' a detail of his I elected ofliceri and- non-commisMoned to immort.ilize themselves and their friends
nothing we
I -I not un holahh' d"tcimicvd 1 to 'o on ii:I IJ"1 I.contrary I II "iillor\ I'M' military roail( li';i'ing' to Memphis -. movements dining the I I.lle catnp.ii.. n. i* published i olliccrs. by such silly inili;nant product j'r.q.
j lat t was yet existing at i and the ; arc given by himself! I in t S ivannali AS '.' havet'ef.re ;
Ihrfu"l l Ihl c
:. our course, tin .iiJi ".fId r< port.ic I Iaricular' ; ndI1cr. GUESS.NEW .
,. il and : I general head quarters:, CuI Bankhead I II I i in, a lettur to thi> town. J ll.J:' was; I tatlI: the duly assigned his ro'iifmind i Hict tlU' II t.s .trti. Capt.in.i ____________
\ rt'PItt.if w cure not firmly un- : '
I'I't: II.1lgeitIl: IC ;uh'i t. to trainplu donn al I in advance positions I II i on foot, and Ind with him a bundle of clo'.h-: !f was the defeuee! of the! Suwunncej i J'r S. HOBI\Oy! I 1st Lieutenant. OILfS.priI9.; .

i \1 4'1'III1-iltlH\--it] w MI;ilt| | 'be lidtei th"tH. I a white flag. I I had not advanced more I ing and a rifle. :),.(111mg will, a lumibor! of'j front le r. G en. N'el-ott pre lrrrtd t to 51'ul rlilc I WM. I 1. .:'Ill.\EI i iJd LIeutenant. GREAT CO.NFI.AGIUTION. fire krkf

}; Ijnidil fi' p tine., and, .iilt-mp' (to idv.ini-e ru 1 I than 150 yards when it was fired upon I I borers upon the ro-id, one ot whom had; ) a co-intry. rather linn tl e-laMish! post i! CHAS.. H. Ar.sTtN, 3d Lirntcnant. out la.st evening at 10 t/i-lock in lli! > Lntt

jlhr Tli.'... dnTi--ui! 4.4 art thus fall; h ; by I Indians, who were seen on some of I I'I rifle they proposed an exchange to which I I Ii \t and wait f'J the appearance; of the (rnrrny, CI\: C. HALL, Orderly Sergeant. Steam Cotton Pre sill aled 1:1: tne loner

1 .1 4ttd tinl f.t i\uiir disr, ur.i;"-iiiPiit. but th.;,' I the' high trees near the north end of the 1 I Wi'cox' It'ol.t; ; but they having no I and fiom 1 the repoit( of th j quarter' mister, i J. KXOWI.E.d( Seraeant. part of this city, whi,'h destroyed ihe right

\, 'w.' ii
: ". V : ;.. .m.ti .in-l-ftt.., we "h. il mOit n slightly in the Imiml.Immediately letter yoc-i. 0:1: : hive faittifully performed l their duly. AS, P. DfVAL.1th Sergeant. houeabout( 4l'0 fed long) in i.'srr.-tr: .

't fi3..4l;J. 4......h .u.. iill tiytclofl.. Th1li [ :\ after, they opened a firinp ''g ) >< of be lln-I ]l,1.r" Ijiqo yoiinq unn.ofTered tin (li-inT.il) n'I..ds.halhllgh! ii rilnir k)' inpmtitable I\Mr.t. M'R.vsEY, 1st Corporal. fronting on the yard, lopeth "jJ1 near 10-,
far the river
to '
1 i JraraJ,' inll\II'JI'f' und influence my company as us ie-Mill,' theie Ins ber-n no I H k '.1 1 000 bales L'l"s
I t \ r, : upon tin boats in position on the wet : \r l. 2d Corporal.N. cotton, snit a i-leam prcs4.
'I .St. Francis which aid about half H.\XIOIIJ
was a J
"!t,.:h ('(llilJh't1oC I IllIot ("'.i n\'f'IIII'n. p''pt"I'11I side of the island which was returned bv lit exeilioi.s t (J. I the pHI of the OIItIS., a 1e MAKTI.V bd estimated! at $'00.000. a hre \irtua CI'
I ; mile distant Inch 1 On Corporal.
jii.d 7."t,.-j.lyx"M 'dc\N, Ncvr.n BE PUnr -i : ; \ accepted. startingI : I iroop During a t lemi of scrvio; "-f 1 b'2 I whih, we i insured..
I : four 1 mounted 1.in the I bow of I presume.
"I' I a pounder one I was cautioned to be on mv euard. or he O. HOR.NE, 4th
: \' 'vv>. I.I ifi Ito tho rising of th'I '' tlaythe ('111'1 i.d: inarched: 10>0mic! Corport The fire is doubtless the work of an inci -
'
*
.1 ;I ii.1 fliOl row*! san, (hutv t fhdl achieve the cnn'jfijviii. i j of the boats. I might! lob "", which received a joki:- j exclusive of rotintiTiM-iich'-s-I pirties -- --- -- -------- ndhry, an attf mpt beii'g made t<. destroy
rl! It being now so lato, nothing be but on pa.ssing a ravine a few iods distant hestepped IIP.VKT.MKNT; OFWARJf(7rt1i 17,1838.i
detailed for oth'rervicp.. At fair
.t : l I.n { 't ih!" .south iunl S'Mithucst i ic rOl1 a tlirH- the above establishment! a tewd.ivs-'ince,
,. done but cl'i'Ct landing and ) behind me, and us I ascended! the I th., Siu t :-The timates of the several
rces hnv-f
[ : \ Jiri' mly prt-pired l-i make the e(n For is nccersary ( ate : ttiojis in th" I lime i above :la- vvhich was happily frustrated, :Itce! think

)4 in the uco'nplishment! of the goo<::1 were ordered forward. Major Kirby, lil), after passing a smal bayou, I Ilrl'I.m. I le.l. perfoimod m Iwll. of \3>ii n miles, 01 bureaus: in my (department, which. are there nm>t have been a lud look out on the

; work.V.: 'h..lII,1' .Iu\\n l the slanders o,I I' with his battalion, approached the island i : I {'ye baclu sec hmo\ Lu.II.. WC'II : 16 mil' : | er (1.1.\ including: re-t d.tvs--liiul'!: herewith submitted:: to the committee, will inn tif ih- walchmi-n if any there are, Ur-

'I our vnciiii-, sitid i in i tinii"h fruits of n nobl.'' :; in fine style on the east, and LieutenantPowell's i when I discovered that he: ha.; tim ;a\\1 a pistol i!i IWO pick'-ts, (forts ,Jennings and l B."r appear[' to be hitrh; hut the war in Fluridaali !lon inj to thf press, or so extensive a COi:-

1 mid pcorfu1 \i--tory, will find our be!l IeW. I command advanced in excellent feet a mid behind was fin! the which lock,I;;1'11 four or live :!, I buddedVildacoi" : chec. at foitClni'hVac' I the apprehended hostilities in the tlipratior would not have occurred at seirl >>
tin-
; .\d. Tli'-poruliai institutions of the soutl) order with the flotilla on the west, whiles I bank, turned me) round, on and laced s 1llg lie up cas-asscrand: numerous olh-r SIJI! tl calI -, Cherokee (country, render it necessary I ,. an hour.

\\11 i h<> IcriifiLvts'.u] n ihc'n"d-lh, str .irii j the reserve mO'ed forward and landed, the into his lim. Ilil I and opened roads &r. that this department should be prepared 1 I MORE SPECIE -hf" schooner CII'I' (,
pistol ns pocket a .
rich il'" commerce will f.'rta'izmr l{ pant.iloi \Ve regret tint this command In. been rived
from "Ith!
I :in list
: illt.i alter the Indian fires. to the the other.In Tumpico eventr=
\\immediately( near came up without withdrawing his ; on ; carry on one all repress .
will stimnlatc \anl Four vvi-eks service :
\vlnl' il.ver.-'ificd Itlit4 discharg'-d. tli. site
;f lull: PU The first shot that was fired by the four which I told! him to proceed! ahtll. as 11 !knew both cases, the exhibition of a large $1 17,559 t'J1'ie.'c have not IeirnJthit
the uidu'ti' lo wealth, en .1 ] the Suwanncc would have given and
v our safety she
1 I': ,-nelt ; poundel'1" followed by the usual I Indi- the road) better than I, which lie reluctantly ) l force is necessary. In the event of the brings any news worth rotice.-[Bulletin. )! -
; !, large the miu! I Js! and improve the charade I prtc.cio: ,: to our frontier, no) W .MI ,r.urisliirraz.sed t .
, Jan when they immediately after re- did at a very slow pace. After proceeding, a regular l forces being increased, the military
-
I.)' (if our )p e'II.*. ('iviii/atiori: : and refmemcni, I \.t i by the straggling' l.mJs ol Indians. I
I ; to the south of the i island ] I few steps Ime c lc to one of his comrades: will h'conducted with much
.i the I ids 'fI t iie--\ill ilCfl) ou. leaving i iI operation THE UNITED STATES DANK.-The \.
Iwell II who was 20 or () rods ahead, and} requr-sted I I
ltnd; ; ] til 4iu.AT lUl'll will be seer I, nearly all their effects, conisting of provisions more economy than they have hitherto York Express cotit.iin. the foliowin! ? in re-
i
ill election in has
him to wait which he The late re- I
S I: came on
and Mt, nnl adwnwlI.I, hat of all th c I cattle, hides, powder I i halted. Passing ultill over an up low ftdted in the entire success Connc'clinl of the whis paiiy.KlUworth been. The expenses of marching ]large ;I II; laliim to the refusal ef the Ui.ited States!
'r ditio-is the mo l favorabl I. led, bullet moulds blankets axes chisels intervening bodies of militia and (from the theatre;'I take the lead in
I focl1 ro'!: 4if nal. > I to reiuming specie pavments :
spot in the road, that brought! us out of sight : whig: has; lt-('" i5cted; iovernor
c-I .ji. to the development} 01 the! eartlitiil; | vi'lucs't If knives, cootec, cootec-..rreters, wild pota- I he stopped} and faced about. Ui-iiisj: too near ,I by a majority 5"(G7 votes over Bc'I the of war will be nvoidi; and, in such cases '!, The reasons why ihe Penns\vania| V. S.
the hcju'.ati'! the noble fai-iilties oflh) ,* 101' !' toes, and innumerable I Indian trinkets all .' render the of Hank does not lead the in.lhe icsump1 -
that
\ him to use the contents of the rillc, I seized it Van Uuren cal1id.lf'! Twenty out of twenty as may employment way
.j' : -I lo the piornotion of pt' ,irate luppini-ss sin" j of which w e destroyed or took possession 'I at thin swell with my right )linnd, and with I)' I one members ofthl State Senate, are w"i! i'j;<, lescription of force absolutely necessary, 'I 1 I lion of suede payments: are made better

'+ pub ir piopiMitv, i is ib'it of s/nrc lioJdhi; ,f j' of.Ve bivouacked around the fires in I,. left back of the guard, ready to drop it on his I and! in the I House of Assembly 1 151 whigs, care will betaken to conduct the administrative I!i understood in our business circle here than

)t communities lznlcrJree political institution; I' |i the dense hammock that had been occu- I head) the i instant hu attempted to withdraw 50;() Van Bun"n, and 10 conservatives. 1'helps. branch erf the service;; by officers i i ere the London Exchanges- the political

n t.i.tli) Ilar.U\) >ol undlltoo. ZI1.UOg) oui. ''picd by the I Indians.On I his hand from his pantaloons pocket as it :'; (conservative i ) received 1:201( votes fur n 0"I of the regular stall. i I circles at Washington. New YOlk owes the
6i.lvs-s, but which llit Cut UI C hiloiy of ihes I I U. S. Hank n mercantile debt, (ilt is estimated
Ind remained) there since I I
the Int'lis
the rising ernor.
\ \ destined ilntrattAltinu'id following morning the troops \ill In providing (for the continuance of the twelve r.
i. tru-t to by some at millions and the
\fa )
ftah', he asked if I had I In Mr. in Maine Mr.
position, me district ,
aid iU were extended, across the island, nndscoured any specie Cil"J's war in Florida, I ought to state that Gen. !I S. Bank Nw York it
I by thrs-e: sentiaicntf5! 'ICIC i owes a cash balance (
that I would exchange for with) a I, Ilobinson tIll whig candidate i i. by a
.- : 411'! 11' tI'C\lew-;.-and with a firm retimei e every part to the southern point trembling voice and a guilty palcr. I I majority of one hundred and fifty ll'ct..1 votes. Jcsup entertained hopes of bringing it toa is estimated at a million.) This huge delt

M. Divine), I'loi dfin-e.-lot t lh<* membeiv ': of it, while the flotilla moved in the samp sternly answered no; 01 which COIlllcnancc he said. I I I ---- -- successful: close with this campaign; but, for New York was created at the urgent request
'
v\\ :. 4 "mvetilionHV\ pledge themselves t I direction parnlled! to the wter side, to will go a graping, and turned olF the road into ;,J The population( of Leon County by thl at the period he was expectil'l the Indians of the New York Banks and the Nc*

taoh <. Ijr, 1Hld. to I thir t-o.nijry. lo go fuward. \r ascertain the trail of the enemy, leading the swamp. I proceeded on, passed the man I late census amounts to about 10,000. The to surrender in the party in his York merchants, who in Mrurh and Aprila

i ,-/innlv'. :/h'c, toav| not III ui I to the innumerable smal coosa plum i l whom IK; had hailed in compai v with one o I cily of Tallahassee: about I l.00. Pcnsacolais rear were committing depredations on the ( year :ipocalled) up >n i'1 lr. I5idclttoconie

.i cill" 'l h.t m.lr arvali',! ncl great .md patrif,1 ands, which \ everglades to the two others on the side of the road: and arrind i ascertained to number 231)7) of these 1230aie ( i ii defenceless inhabitants of Middle Florida, to New York, and save the city. 31r. I'id-

i* ic ()l.j:1t. L"t us I'c prep-ired: to rnak Ir E' west as far as the power of vision can ext i at the river St. Francis, which is her i white persons tflti free colored: and! 77-1 accompanied by all the and cruelties die came and issued a large amount ot Pllst

i-oml :n r1fi('e, iiiui toi .. r C'P / lend, and to which i was supposed the about 100) yards wide dc"rmi'l.dnol to proceed \s Inch usually attend savage warfare.A art already
J :111'IHI..i.I.I : JIKMIH. tor ihe nccompbsl Indians had under of the flrlhlr than the situ' of the ri- : create a p.irl of (thi.s 'ah balance lie cow
night, re- opposite : sufficient force ;
nk. dt. detei., cO'cr 1 We arc indebted I Hun. Charles D.lw-I must be left therefore,
f! r'"il w --in ;iably New York. fel
iwnl dI ."t without company; but on waiting a few owes Now it would U !
treated. About three miles \cr
: S. of our ninand 1 Hon. "'m. .' in the for the of
J mi.ir-'l, ; 2 fcC: unfa the end. minutes for the ferry-boat overtaken by ;, Montgomery f for valuable Territory protection the easy for Mr. Hiddle 10 lead the way ,0the'

rl I !'. ..t"lf.. &. r-I i ti >'. II r.aa.pI&l 10. landing we citcO'cred scattered trails three tntllmen on hors"la Irk, to whom I related i public documents.. during the summer, and the :;, resumption if he would (force the New fork

$ I FLR1IA.-TlIC following )letter n'C leading to Islands 1 have indicated the circumstance of my Ieinl alarmed, I I nt.lnptin-- Specie Paymllts.-, residue will be moved up to the Cherokee ; merchants, at any and all sacrifices to pay
The exhausted condition of the
I add to ilia information yesterday publisl 1- troops, :and lequcsted the privilege of keeping thiirconijany | New York Hanks are determined! to attempt nation. All accounts concur that dangeris ; up, and thus even to create a balance! in ft*

I ed in our daily impression.FORT fatigued as they were by having performed ihronch the swamp, which was a- 1 the resumption of specie payments, on the to be apprehended in that part of our vor of Philadelphia. If writs, execution

LAUDERDAU:, New River, (E. E.) a service almost incredible labor,. bout 37 miles farther; to winch they agiecd, |: 10th of May next. The law forfeiting all country, nhou the period assigned by law ,. forced instalments, lawyers and all the paraphernalia -

March 27, 1838. and one beyond the physical power of and took my luggage, and' we pioceedcd 11 and i' charters in case refusal 1 it is stated will be for the fulfillment of the with that of the law were Mr. llIJJle'' 'ni "

: returned a few days ago, froi[1) men to accomplish, unless stimulated by arrived safe at Memphis on the next day. I!; enforced, tine Legislature' refusing to extend people; but it is hoped that treat the exhibitionof t strnmenl of cc-ercion, he would! eail bare
"Having the incentive which Mr. 'y. seems to have been the time. > the rbercump-'
strongest prompts the preserved as l be for the credit leadinjr the way in
sufficient
t wil adopted force will it
and I ma : avert by convincing -
one of the most in"orestiuq; willing and faithful soldier in the performance b)a'miracle. How many travellers in that :: assistciicc of the by 1 loan of State i the Indians the I lion, but not the credit of a'liaancier, managing -

,. add, fatiguing and important expeditior of his duty. Having ascertained sCuthc'r country me ,yearly murdered under :' stocks if necessary. The Philadelphia Banks of utter hopeless- his insliluUwnfor the best Ucnebi 0 r

of this, protracted war, I avail myself (:f that the Indians had retreated, after sustaining snnildrcireumstances, of whom no trace isever are opposed to so early resumption and re- less of resistance. debtor and creditor and the Stile of 'can-
: the first ]leisure moment to communical fwnnd. in with The estimates are accompanied by a
a serious loss capturing important i fl.t to come arrangements of (the sylvanu and the country.
: for your satisfaction a briefaccount of i i t ---- j 1 New Yorkers, and the Hanks of the other statement explanatory of the estimates

Tin in this lattitudc i.; personal effects and that nothing DITUnnAcEA1oNG TIILSAGE- : INDIANS.TI.eSt. northem cities to herewith presented, in order to exhibit to Ro
campaign; season) appear disposed join with York Star states that the
done Col. Bankhead Louis The N.
could be or- (.Iissomini
more ) Republican ofthe
over, but did not close before I! Phihdclphia; I It would be a happy circum- the committee the precise amount required that State
introduced into
frluHatt.l.il 24th March : ]
that band han lately
dered a return to this post which we states a of 15 or potato !
_ the of an expeditior I talc if the Banks generally prepared These sums are exclusive of the estimates the
4 comulmutiol 20 in almost of I 'er 'from France is highly extolled in
Ii reached after on the evening of the Usages a state story It jon, for such ,
which cannot fail to have a great more: dar into the settlements in Bales Co. ( a IO\'emfnt, but we fear the measure for the regular army, and of all sums Farmer. Bud thedisUf'guished
124th came 1C Genesse Judge ,
that \
I inst. will be
L effect upon the Indians that yet rcmai you wi perceive miles above Mission, and applied i fraught with the worst of consequences ,' heretofore appropriated, and will, it is believed warmly w
::1the boast of Abiaca no foundation harmony I to the agriculturist, speaks
community.
hostile. On the 7th inst. Col. Bankbeae in truth.I to a Mr. Dodge the purchase of corn. be sufficient to meet the exigencies their f favor. In France they have len

with Lt. Pickell, left Fort Jupiter for tl; ; Dodge warned them off, nnd in the night the The Washington Globe of the llth inst. of the service for the prevention and known to weigh 14 pounds. They are
I 1N This and chief of the
Suwanee, whither the Colonel was ordei now leading spirit Indians killed a number of hogs. On the. contains the general order of the Commander suppression of Indian hostilities for the deemed equal to English white orapg r
Darties. has hopes of able I
ed to take command of the troops an in-I war no hCJt following day 15 of the settlers went out arm- in Chief Gen. Macomb, recalling Gen. Jes- year- 1838. the_ common_ ncach_ blossom variety,whlc.

operations in that quarter. Upon the ir to retire to positions inaccessable to thee ed, to the Osage camp, and a regular battle I I up from Florida and giving the, command of It is proper to state that the appropriation n n n. cnltivated-
-- kinds !
commonly
most
.t arrival at Fort Pierce: finding Co). Pierc zeal, energy and promptness of the troops.f endued which Jasl.d all nigltlln the whites the forces to General Z. Taylor of the 1st of $ 1,000,000rnade on the 30th of are nnety

; Abiaca had determined, it is said, to fight returned home with Uoundld, two in Infantry. Gen. J. returnito last They are the most productive (
too much indisposed to take command i Washington and January was wholly absorbed by the known. Buel 12 poondsot
until ineffectual and that number. Judge planted
that had !' resistance resumes the duties of Quarter Master Gene- of and is therefore
the been
1837 not the
expedition previous'y arrearages He divided
"At the
he would then retreat to the Island of ever- time of the encounter, the Agent ral. these potatoes last spring.
'ordered to Key Biscayne i and New Rive r, to be considered a part of the expenditure planted
: glades-the grassy lake, where the 'white of the Indians was on his way to St. Louisin Gen. Scott i is assigned to the immediate tubers into sets of two eyes, and

Cot Bankhead was planed in commar idn man could not come.' Here he has beenth company hh one of the principal chiefsof command of the troops ordered to ihn Cherokee of the present year. Including this one set in a hill four feet apart, in a pe6 1
and he proceeded to Fort Dallas, ( the nation sum the for low
ort and beveral bri\s. hear- appropriations preventingand and in rather I
and I of thei coentry, and tho direction of affairs ground much shaded
'th. Miami where he arrived on the 12 disappointed, am opinion ing the intelligence, ho returned instanty! to in that suppressing Indian hostilities in 1837 they
.
effect of this quarter. condition. On the 28th September
with the companies of the, Ut f'- moral expedition will go as his people with a determination to if amounted to $6,600,000-$1,324,37'12 ,
1ntt Part of
reg prevent the (forces will be withdrawn from I and found 525 pound .
far U further to weigh
not inducing the Indians were dug,
under and the U possible the further of hostilities. the I
ment MRjor Kirby prosecution this Territory, and sent to the Cherokee more than the amounts of estimatesnow (
'. compares; of the 4th regiment of artiller roy that are yet in an attitude of hostility, to He also wrote! to Maj. Kearney for a detachment rountiy. The order state that the 1st and submitted. Though it is hoped that and measured nine bushels.

and in few ; com terms, than that of the most successful of troops to prevent the Indians from 6th said that
a days after proceeded to t relimlnh of Infantry, the six companies this amount will be more than THE CIIEROKEES. is

I post, and immediately made the necesia ryo battle fought with them" during the 'I coming whites into the white settlements, and the" I I of the 2d Dragoons, will constitute (the regular during the year, yet the necesar consider Gen. Scottis to he despatched to the Cherokee .
whole but I from and
for the.luccewfyl war, mustclose. going attacking the Indians. I force to remain in tf at
there
I arrangements P'non Florida with as mi- it unadvisable to reduce it, in con country, and will repair .



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fnvclav?, lo look down all opposition at ; A CAUL lOi COLLARS KC\NAIll $20 REWARD. :' 2 are auth .ijsed, tonnounre Major JOHN CommlMion. House, TVcw Orlrniis.

of '4" rAsLta. 01 Miccasukieas a candidate tor.recent LUNG & GKIVOT;
onrf, and to prevent nny repetition THE urdcrsifld. ;aelLgrfs cr lop Chtr- rfj AN A \V AV, or Kidnapped, from the snirer- flWAY from my plantation six mi'es Leon County in the State Convention. AVEettbt1hd 'hf mselre* at New.Ortcan.rlor !

mu-li worn") *, ;is hive occured in Florida ..U-"ln.m Tamp IJ.i> di-mtsieJ at sea, f cl dcSIl"USlulllvljj iii l>er. tn S'turday night, lh: Gih iiiM.GilO a r E. t OInasyic) on the night iI l 2nd ofDicembcr .%Iar.1 h 3 II the transaction cf Commission Business,
tIftiI8 II, ( FELLOW named STEPHEN, dirk last, my negro man by the n me of Randal -
au.honxcd s heir apt.IILI ci"-
will be to ti' cx1'r I LIIGHKEAD the
and
aid thai he E authorised announce Gen. and solicit the f their friend*
It is alo > S. //ati hofihe Brig Ailantic, of L bec. Mn ne, plcrtc, in t ol the ickeJt sort. 4 frcl 7 nr d inches iwtn'y-tive years of ape, between five feet ten \V arc o Lon patronage .
candidate to represent public, to which they pledge their best services.ApriI7
force from Tennc oo, I ck about 145 155 nches anil lsix fiet high hi* complexion is noi of as a
call for a military l..r bis. exertion. in :avin ; t! em Ironi the x\r bight weigh : or pounds, has nful* 35 tf
in Convention.
the State -
Alabama and N. Carolina. A- and for h's' umloi n> k'n dncss and nttentn'n from that fir.-l.'eidandst'trn. <*-nlcnanre, is bald on t'.te tip the d.irkist jha(5e, when spoken to would h"Wuilt C'onnly --S

Georgia, tmc until iirmr i vaUl( thi pi-rt. of In i )head, i i lit coming g.'ay, his beard alrea Iyqu.tc lie iolloxved or went io company with Ms wife J/dich j_ FOR NEW ORLEANS.CHOONER .

huit seven regiments, besides regular S t1 U IL TIIACKtR. oflWton, Mass. so, Iront teeth food, with vacn lJcLwC,, to the ncighb rhooii nf Wm. P. nders. His wife W E are authorised to announce M jOEOBGR Amazon, Rardlc, ma'Ur. For

nviybccallrdinto the service-and J ( MTU: IIUUU.JR, L'.I. the u, r-'Und and small fingers, fqnarc acro-s the Icl-nps to U'm. llnll of Leon County, Ft rids, T. WARD, as a candidate to repicfeht Leon freight or passage:, arplf to S

troop it will the soundest ( El RL1S i'N IUOM IIt 'm o shon.Kr| has a s'rong masculine walk. He had anti I t.zpi| ct the boy is bukin abour Ins plantation. ( county in the S ate Convention. 7'AFT.IIOLT0&CO.

in the long run, prove \ITLYH\1ITII.. Nw V.ik1'iWAItI onwh.'n he heft, a blaek woolen round coat, an-l lie maybe l.erbor.-d. by some white man, and I March 3_ ___ St Marks, April 3. I83M 36* 1
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economy., -The Washington (CeoSpy) DM. EUlUMvSiNS. -, blue It.te.k c.isinette pantaloons, boot tops fr&lenidbv further clf-r n reward .if S IOO fur videnc' to prove ( E are authorised lo announce Gen SAMWELPARKHILL FARM TO RKNT.TO

27ill ult. states "From the information ( ) KAUOE, sti.ij loins sliecs.I the tame U> cori ictin. The above rrw.t ri xv.lli \ff as candidate represent Lc- .
ol'the '
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CA'Alt SCYFUUIIKLT; Poland. I a-u induced to believe that t'c above described i be pall il the boy is lodged i.i jail vi t'iat' I gel on Coui'ty in the Stale Conxention. rent for the pre ei.{ yen r, the Farm lately

that can be obtained, it would appear JOUNELIUMI) Ji:, "-'v is n aking f 'r Texis. He has been n atiotit him. JOHN JONE March 3 > __ owned tjr Mr. Benjamin A.Cbappei, being
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deluded (the Cherokee*,) 1'ATRlrKSWECA' Muwou'ee and probably April 14 36wl D.WESTCOTT in Leon County about 9 miles from Tallahassbe.!
that these people j'iire >appm county, % T ; E are authorised I" announce JAMES has about
is said be
This farm to productive,
resolved not to cmigrate.tinli. a resort jijiN IAGI.'I, by hi< nine is traveling ib-uh Alabima. 1 will FTELI/S \1' JR. ESQ.. as a cnndi late to highly with
are 50 acres of cleared land under good fencing,
incaiirc.-Wlmt WILI I.\\IM-FF I : g xiihe jovc rewani of One llundr. d tiollar- fo Spirit of Ilic iTIaKaziiies A Annuals.f rehrtent Leon county in the State Conxentioti. cabins. Apply
Gin and
Gin House
be made to compulsory nIEl'. a good negro
JA\IES conviction of the kuln.ippert.f
the apprehension anc B illis woik is publu'nd' monthly, in num >eisJL > Narch 3 Jr.
may be their determination then, we undrrtake S Murks. Flo-idi. \ ..lil! 16th, 18IR3IAUiili mid biy. or a reward ol ten dollars for the boy, ('f f 7'2 pages. It will make two xolumesa _THOXAS to JOSEPH RICHARDSON Tallihas,
V E are authorised to announce Cupc. April 35w3 >ee.
In WalkercoiinIV ---j--- if caught in Georgia, or twenty della rs if found out year. Tl.e third volume begins wiih 18 > Price \fT\y
/ Mii-cosukie
conjecture. KETIOI of candidate
not to as a
been held and IN I liU- iifihc inlf. JOHN H. WALTON. three dollars a year, payab'e' in advance. Leon County in the Slate Convention. SALE OF LOTS IN THE TOWN OF
have spirited to lepriRcni
public meeting I'nibiitl CrtUi.tv. Ga J LI). I.>, 1858. 37-4w The Spirit of the iNlan7incs and ni.uiIsN!
the citizens, in i'UK 1 Oh M. MAKKS.f N O. liuleii Tat.th..s-! March 10 PORT LEOX.ON
resolutions passed by The AlibanaJourral, ciumtioed of the best articles of Iisht reading in

< uncertainty, of the course the .A t iti V :!)-Apnl 12.1.., It. i. St.ttira, B .Ifrli de s e Fl.indi.ui, and I rw tug on I lleialJ, will publish all the Urimli pcrioditnN. Holding a very large VVT> E are nuthoris'd to unnounre LtbLit A Thursday the third day of May next, xvil!

view ( tt1ie font N Y. i I all.ts', i" Knr K. KorK>cy.T'th the ab ire lour t.mes weekly. J. //. W quant.ty of w.itter, we are :able to piipply n) this \TTuoxirsos EsQ-.asncandi.tate to represent be offered for sale at public auction on the

Indian'inny pursue, and, nho, to guard r>. 1'ensacilaSclirJocpli "SAlTFHWILL .in'ibMa azinp all the most c-iierUming por.ionsof Leon County in the State Convention. premises, a j art of the l>ts in the above town.

c-ainst; their treachery. These resolutions I llankcy, Edmi.mls.o.i, fr Baltimore PLMJLIC B ackw..d'.s Masazi.ic, The MelP-jmlitan, March 10___' -S 7 his [.lace is located Al the termination of the Tat'l lahassie

jfcnrred into with other means rnilz i in ?..IlrIdrI.S.I b oJer-'d for silo, on 7'TKSHJY, l st New Mnthly! Magazine an-l Humoiist, Court -r1 me auilnTise.il Lu announce CoIonelA. M Rail Road on the bay of St.Maiks. It is

practice, I 14 )h, Bu't) ily Sun, Al I'n.! f.om MoMl.1'ith 1 .-. of Maynpxt.at? the Cros = Koadt, fi'- Ma azi.ie. Loiidun Magazine, Monthly Magazine, \/' (iITI.iN. a' a candidate to represent Leon favorably located on the highest ground on the bay,
command be sufficient to deter the finrn Saw.m- n,city Bl Le.'s, a trI -f i lie : pn>| e'ry brtiginv and is believed to be A< of
at may : t M-niiici A\c\ t. \V./.one, l i n. healthy. *a place commerce

Cherokee, a< a I bdy, from the commission ncr Uiv< r, put in for woo 1, with a di.'ia'-.lini. i.t ol I'! ti thp.sa''of I lames Le non, < lier ulachicuia.Srhr ei..it.i'.tfl ; of I!its Itolti an-l Kinh-n Furniture, termination of the Rail R-.nd. which is
VxlunieiMs A transported
ie"rsa on way to ; Journal, 'l'at"s Al.isazine, Kee s ike. I'oolcof I'cauiy JOHN S.SIIF.FARD over -
of still some I E are au'h ucd li> nnuo'ince
acts hostility; apprc- Aziil.i, March fr IS" Y.J"'clir Stuck, I'ar'tiin nte -.ils. and other articles Literary Souienir, Friend-hip's iMierin Forget W candidate the principal part of the produce raised and
torepre.entLcou
Esq.asa
31IiOflS exist, that circumstances may a- I t larr 't, .Sini.h. .S i r>n in, ) r N. O. imlz.iCth i'Et1! .-Notes \v.Hi! aj prov.d >ec.niiy, witiiinter .le-Not, Kiii.-ake.iin.i Mi si rnr) Annu.il, tec.NP. the State Convention. merchandize consumed in Middle Florida, and seven

rice which will cause the effusion of blood, 1 Bri A'l.urir, Hiitcli, fr Cli.irle<*ii, in lul. tt payable' *>n t'.e' I 1st d.y ot, J muary n-xt.n-hi It i in fart, the lighter pan ol I I.i't.-ll's 3Iu11111 \Iur.i County II) in of the lower counties in Georgia which wilt

TinA._ P. It nli cillil t the Ci.&i luite. ft It 1 1 lRl-E\.M.iiinisna-or: in ,,, make it murh tnde and business The
in \\ a s < on : i>f For. mr Lite. Uure, aiul i n isu il in this : a placcof
;m) ., I. 1i :2 ; paeiner & .-icv"api. 1 f rm to ui: the couvu.iirnce of TSOI.S who have are Rail Road Company intend confining themselves to

course will be stayed no one can tell.' < II. I"(ik 12 of the | 3n.'is rui I b.ard !I.i > irix of J. Le.iuin, d c' ast d. 3"-2tt' not tiui'or in< I lin i ti on to if.ul i ih<- Inure im[>or.aiil C .1. IhcroR BRAOKN as ac indidate torepre the carrying bqsines', and will! not store either

vc-s-1 I, i ni Uirin, lit I tl),-in toihm poit, and the sUmp April! 21. ISM, ait a cli! s h rh u..a ke up the larger a itt more ronUIislc s'-ni Leon C .nity in the State Con's ettion. goods or produce at this place. It will be important

WEST *T RM1."l1)-lflV) of the most }plo Ceiled i Ii>ua d- Apa'acl.icol.i.l AUCTION.v Islet 1)1k. x\ e must always! recommend March 1 17 to merchants to prepare their buildings t> meet the

in the of ClnisU tii. cc'ir H'arrrn C<'Ucy, I fr N". Y. in Pil!. st.CLKAUEI ryiLL BE OLP! to ihe I Ii ghest bidder on h'- Miss uin m picference, ecaus-j of its P.rca er WE are authorised to announceL1CI1.RD business of next faiLTcrzns.Fiuteen

mnzmhVi'iit) equipages capital -U.S s tc .m. r .Vanon, for Tampa, V f *A 1 URI \ Y, Visiut! Ci icinnatti and inixtnp of soli.l) ] tend nz, wee m oiler in this! xvork II. candidate per centcf the purchase rronej
BRADFORD to -
ns a
!ndom) ;inJ filled xvith some) of the most with m ill, &r Baltimore i s'uoUd Bacon, I limns I and Sh 'iTdeis,- much that' is unex. ejitional k- and hijlily jutercMi..p. Leon the Slate Convention.JW.rcbl7 represent to be paid in ninety days :rof,. sale for which note

erudite characters in I-iirn: ]>f," says Gab, S e.iincr: Now fasti'1. Lewi for N. O.ir.th N. O. Uuni, ,-:Madeiia, Pale Sleet ry, Hiid lumluisne i. wj h a ton iderable! pr<>).01 ti'
''(, lilUCtl the young Quaker: to view the 1 schr nunlcer I Hill I 1, J. E. \V irren. f.r N. Y.Sieaini Wiii'-s,-: ncan Brandy.-L Uol.and I Q'i", vi i I more genertliybe eonsid red usrful.Thes ___ _ ______ fayable, one third Sn the first day of February

ofart. It ] that the r A ab I ISynrli-r: f>r Sii %.viniiee lUvor1914 lies'! H.iv.muh ("oflV.A'Hort.il, PicKltS, i' U'Uf, ze of our a-" is so lar,. 1-, and the typ" scomp.ci itWE are authorised to announce next, ore third in six months, and the remaining

In Itrpi'res was agreed M "p ( ) ora, Davis, i''ir.\. < >. in ha'last.' Me.i1,--best honey-dexv '1 tuIt! .cc<',-'Jinnb.-rrics ii; 'li.'t these 7'2 pages a m-tnth are cq'i.il to Col >ncl WILLIAM WYATT as a candid Ue to represent third in twelve months from the first of February

Apollo shoul.1 be first submitteil to his view; halt bmrcK OnV.l Ams.! .-Wine B it.rs--L'c. 2'' 0 oT'linaiy o CS''o pi'i s. \V. could rot atlord to Leon County in the State Convention. next. All notes payable al the Union Bank with,

the statue was enclosed, in a case, and when Pit IVATJ-: ( )SVEY.CI i K kl.-s Salmon, N. ( i. Sujir in bairtU I S nuked I Iliirings I print them at t'i J pn ((5, wcre it '" t that they have March 17O7'WE interest from day of sale.

tin- Keeper threw open the il l( or?. West unconsciously For n Family to any putt of(' Georgia, e.inbe in botrs, Almonds, Cider, Codfish, btatch, aln a U Ictn (.rinud in the uT."er work. In a few days plans of the tnvn: will be dravnlnnd
exclaimed God Laid, Crockery Ware. Petit (Juift o'iun b'e. d, &..cK. SOil; i.f f the I lue' nnmbefs have c "itained almost are authorised to announce hfi for inpcijor, at the 6tfice of A. Crane in

) 'My -a young obtained by apphratioii to J. HACK LEV. th.- whole ol the I lest jngi..sh:! Annuals. I') the DANIi. BIRD F.so... as a c imlidatc to rcpre ert Jcf St. Marks; at the auction st re ot Robert Hackley -

M'jh.nvk warrior!" The I Italians were surptiscil .M r. GUEIMIELD j:: : T.il.ihasscc! April *fl 18.i .7-lxv numb' r lor October last, xvc cop-cil[ the ,loving fersi,:' Couniy j in the State Con's ('Ittion. M i rchH I I) in Tallaha- ee ; nt the Store of J. J. VirkersSi

and mortified with the comparison) of Al Brow n'a IIuti-1 I Tallah.i>sfC. NTli"_. alIt des, b.ing taily all th- H.M.k of rio iuy| :- ct?, WEnre authorised to announce Co., iiiThomasxirc, Geo. ; at the store of J. R.Ri.wles .
and West I he or' nOlflVjn.Jo.v in M.mticello! ; and at the Store of Fcrmana
their nolilrst( ) statue to a wild savacc; ; Eiii1'e Ihvarf; Stoiy f thi.: Back
FOiL NKVOKK. I1IRTV after da- -. apj.lic.xti m xvill br N. PATRIDGE E can-li late to ..d Mns-
T days < r j %lok, ol La e CsanV. JOIM >qas a repre in Quii.cy.:
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( \ i ug; iiiif.ixordl.il<' I iuipirssion, procrfdViJ iC'.lOONr.UGen. WI I! 11 EN, ni.--.ter, made lo th'II' inble I ih J.id-C nl the lit ; 'l'he I ii,isibli: G ii, A i'.laa, an Arabian y I -T' JeUeisou (Ci.unty in th.- State Convention. By order of the PresHent and Directors cf tire

tb mump) it.- lit' described the I'm- frdgt.t < r j a> =. uc >, p y to _,. .ii -r (Ji.urt fi- the Midd'e DiMii.-t i.f FI"iid.i, Fa Ic ; u liotla 1'rae ; A Le.:' iid s'i ham ..kerA M-irc.. l 0- ___ Tallahassee Rail Road Comptnv.
natuial) elegance ami admirable oltli TAFT.llOLT.JiCO. forauihoiity t.. ,ell tlie loiloxx-ii g d s.-r.b. d lai.ds : T. R. BETTON ?ee'y.PLANTER'S .
liures ,
; symmetry 1.1 A S'trh! 'l'lt l'au t-
; roI.t authorised
; yroi.I ; :
St. jM.r>.s, .7nli| >01i.I lfcS: :i7-tf S.V.. irSc.:3l.S.!, E. qr Sec.3l '5. \tV. qr Sic M, 05s WE pre to announce
'ir: persons-the elasticity of their limbs, i g ; >ri um of Fe:ra r'ki ; Tiie C >nfirt ; Bslior':
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ol Ti>xxtiiiiip! utie, I naniie I ihtpe, .North end East.N..ith C I. jAMF.sGAD DFt !" candidate to represent hOTEL,
:
TAX AissEsMMivs ( %\ liU the I'oisib.l.tv the
NUTKJ ris on ol a Pas.ic to
and their motions free nnd unconstrained {
U'e.sf halfS! 1'. Sec G Eu.I.S Convenliou.
hJf.-s.i-G, qr. M. JelT. rson C.-umy in the State TA L 1.A II A S SEE.
have them often," hr- contain*".!. 'Standin TE111H m I 1 Cn.zcds i i 1 i l.c ii ( (Iun:\ sir. rL"icc; fully ha If Ut I'o on.'I
n. Soc \\I-t '
: seen : qr t .cc ', \Tar.Ii H> Subscribers
JL II t fil l tI attend .it tin l..ll'n\m_' irp bciofii 1 h uum'.cr f>r January c inu>i* tl'f xv'in'o! of __ THC respectfully inform their
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: Ve.i
t arid i %
)? iu the vciy attitude of this Apollo, and I the J.o.jrt. V. .M.i fur t Inptirj tullC, lflhje :', I.. ha!: S. I tin splendid Annual Authors of England: I ," x-.ith! I oWE are authorised to announce ? and the publi/ that they have taken

p'irsuins; with an intense i-\e. the i airowhirh I) ov iifrciiilfiiiip in I in-.r! i taxable iin.iivtu! t1r, w : (jr 'V. half S.V. qr, the l b1 si p art '. f i ihKi epsakc, as f.iiw! <: he above House in Tal.xhass! and are fitting i it
|pi 1 hztt candidate
It ill S. 1. E. Ii if E. ijr, \BRAMBtLLAMy-asa to represent
11I.y! irnl just diicharjed from the Low.) The WIt : i1r. hr. Mis. ll.-irim-i ; ti:i r W.il'er S ott ; L'.id Byron ; up for the reception of visitors. The building will
7. Convcniion.
N.V.. N i'.n the Suite
1. hi uhf 1. tr .f S': w. Jeri'ers .n C..uuty in
At th<- C"i't ty Conn, ("i-ik's cleard their brows
I liiii i; Cti'It .
on Moid. \ 7th, 7'ii<:&diy Mli, nud \\'< dncsil .va iii., 'jr vv.ir'l Lxf. n B' : .. r ; La Iy .Mur,. .ui ; P< r :y i Fy--; be made during the simmer to the establishments
1:1:a it a I better i critirisin had I been' rarely pro- h ttL M iy. 1. Ita >gc1 1, 6'null and 11:>st TALL sh 5'p .lv ; T.'I.I!' ni's Moore ; Cli ,rh's. Lanu: ; ciE wc arc autliorizcd to announce Gov. The table will furnished with all delicacies the

i.;, :n: vi. Wsl xvas no loiter a baibarianA A'ValUr r'a S>.OK 6h 11 Poi t, tni' Thuud.iy! tl.cIJ : .M.I : Y N. NUT J/irv !"n<-. U .Mfo: il ; 'i'hom-i Camptptl} ; jU'il-! Leon maiket affords, and the Bar will bs stored with: the
>"u all deud. catidi late It
.I'mrxof WinH BiuNciias represent
i it..i! :M 1 1i v.Al iam Worilsiv rth ; History of M1 i>- I En: ifttii'g; JOHN a choicest ol xvmes and liquors. The rooms and

heroic Lady.-We learn from nCIHT a.ci.7/jlfa' loKM.' .Markr.;, FuJ..y lit!, __:A.I\ \ :i I 1 (i .< The. Royal Marri ig''I; h- Tw.i Fl.rM, 4-c 4 c. Coan'y in the State C.nvention. beds will be well attended, and visi ors may safe-

Ul Ji/.i MJTIUK.IX Pi, li'isi'i-d !jy I.. !Littell! Co., t2 Chestnut M'r.1i3Q7WE hy calculate on finding excellent accommodations,

-po.idcnt( at 1"leiiiinghti ru Ivy. that Ai .Man; b i, S.iud; iy. 1 \li of M.iy. I J nIiutiiu} nfHT d.t tl<-, I sluiil.jike retit' I ii'( itt str-et. abox Eighth: ; Phil ulelp'ua.! S..1 aNo ly are authorised to announce and good servants t>> render tl.e-n every necessary

0:1: th! ? I 11 I th ult. a skill i containing- five AL l.lockci'a 'ros .-'l. juK, Monday 1 lih Jay.At |Ii> h'.ii >ia'ie'o'i' ty Court f Jefli rvm cmiiH ( J. & C. Ctrvi.l, .:.. Co. .New Yu. k ; 11j., BioatJ- Cu!. HOBFRT BtTLERasa candidate lo represent dtlenti-.

irrii., \\ hi1.t! attempting to cross Licking J. -, ai i'd ap; .Iy to the ".1 ,.e f.i i a div hupe fruit, tiie.idinini.iiiii"n ers is (.'t) n.nt.jii ; anJ N. I lliclu.ia'i, 1J.II iuliur.. Leon Coon jn: the Stale Co'ixentk-n. They rfgpectfullysilic't the r.ationagc. cf their
At I ..o hit I 1). 1'a Mr ul I h.or.% \-'iKsJay' ItlthIt on the ES ac i.t t \\illian ( .T.Mct'lrll Y'uoe, 'I lhre Dollars!! a je.v. payabu- advance. y i.td frlen Js and the j-nb.ic. -
I
rixvr at the mouth of Slate, was drawn i Jolni I I StieIicfr T..IJ Mlay, 17th.Ai in, late cf.ud! rounlv, c.'ccease.l. Fixe Poli in will j.ay Ir two rojiit'i. MarchjT 3. D. RYAN,

into tit-* current and precipitated over A Cron.ar.ies, Friday, 1St1! H. VUU.NU \5cCLiLLAN.A'la'niii.s: _Apr 14_ ((17. WE are requested to nominate <1I L'. LEWIS,

th! ? dam a short) distance below.) Four of At .'1.tj'tr Ja ns Sst'arti, .- i.uid y I 19 h I ratnr.Mo'nt LOST OU MISLAID.A Cu!. ions G.GAiBLEnsa cand'date to represent Leon N. B.-Gond stabling and provender for horses/
Ai Jo I' 11.1 's, "('I It 'fl. Apnl 1 4. l llH. :.VmG Coun in th'-- Sato Conueation. on reasonable terms.
rote given to William 1! ri. Popj. Joseph y
the tii'-n perished and the fifth would most .\ 1J. IVis.t.ib hn ( oy 7 1838.
not % tloulillll ci
t vi g 10 >< ( *x Marc'i IT April 35
CC3"VE are atithoriscd to announce 2: Ituss, date.l it February ,:{ >, payab'e one 5
ccrtijih have shared like f.itc but for \\ I 1itt( a'-e like ii'iiite and ntii iJ i promptly.A. DOLLARS
i A.Fi&UER ('oi.. Hl.XUV W.xslSGT"V| .is a C1lldid ; io IIJn )- day alter: r about one hundred and thirty g7p WE are requested to nominate $10 KKV\ARU.

tlif hrr.iisin i I I displayed; on! the occasion I bv Tax Assti.sr for tin, *n: Leon dmntv in l.t! state Cuiitml oi.Arnl Uilar! < Al i dersoris ;ir> f.mxarned from trading S TRAYED or Stolen fruit the stable of the
Ounty I I.e'.n..kpi BK C'MURKS asarandidite to lepresentLeou -
I Ii I.r said tu.le. and the maker from paying it to a yptrs..n Maj"r Subscribers Tall l.aee, on tha 8th' .f
1 d\ named Mrs. I Lee who into : ilI-:4., : Convention.
a plunged t'o mix" it' the Satc:
bu' f.
mye 1 I HARRIET I POPE, March la-.t, a small BLACK 31A RE, Ion* main and
ill'treaiii: threw a pole to him, and thus I J'J:() lI\S, ( IttJLRhi. &c: ttT":: xvi: are authorised to announce March :: I :34-if 'Ai'i.'rxLKON Mircb'17 tail, a first rate saddle tang. The above reward

y ivH him from an untimely grave. The i f DT1IK 1 1 i: .Vibsi ri' i duly cxji < tin M ad .1 cm.di.la! c to represent (Ci.ids- COU.N; 1 Y LOUR I'-.Mar. Ii 1 erin ,. .VE are authorised to announce will be given to any p-rsoii wl.o will retina said

\ Si 10 his 1 tt<- :> i pl.< s !fioia AC xv (Oe.iiis! a >!lc'i <'> utny in the State Convention.i ? mare to the Livery Stible in Tallahassee, or give
name* of the lost were Messrs.Jfoc :3-2.-Present Hon. Leslie A. Thompson GencrL THOMAS BROWN a* a candidate to
repre-
,
persons ci.i-i-! !' 1 t ol H.ic I'-, L rd, l'l.i r,ziti I U'in, to < iheiw i ir.lHI.UjTiITVN'V I information where shecm be rerovereJ.

J{ Purvi*, and(] two by the name of i h a gojieral .isioi .uictit o'' < IN HI-S, u hib bollVrs -.-- V."XSKtAUTKFIIXLR Jtld''f. ent Lrtn County in the State Convent j'n. CANNON UUSSELL--

1'K1InfJIncs the of the i"r .*al'' ut ai ub a ixan. c, for (a'li \LY. W711ERE \S, niiuy Exreiitors, A'buin'Htra ___Mir-u 17 April 7th, 1338. 35.
was name I 11.-has a's lor jl .it ot! .Mali ( : .\M; 1) AGl'E 1MLLS, V t'l-s.ui.l Cin.irili.in hue b. tcilt.-lil.-! : -S
> a p 'gaIly Uiui-; > ue tttoVc are authorized to announce List ut Letter; reu aininjj in the Pubi Orlico
person ':iv ed.lr.\ J. is a man of fortune, Tat.lcs, ot'yortd! in-.tiiial . For their. r< p'>ris unit couiis: annu.il.'y at the first Dr- Thorns U Wynn as n candidate to .L at Thomasvillp, G'o. April I, i:8, such ofvxhick

;'!vl allh'incb he hid nox. er seen ])\\Irs. Lee.i.rj'm 15. \\V111TLV a. tabby! teiii' of t ..is Court in p.H-b XP.U, jsrpquir! d by tl.e repieMnt as may remaiu three n.omlis tliereafter, will
Kt. M k i! 21.! 153 \\ A ) DIL. RANDOLPH: k LKVISTal I. mi'l Li'oti County in the State Convention.
\
: ai AjIUI 7. w iws m Il: Tcirii.-ry, itt .in.Kjueii.-f tlimot ) be sei.t to the General I'ot Office as Uiad letters.
: -. ho is \\ido\v he ofiVrcdjjis '
'.
xx \onng :ilin.L'C. A-nl I 1, I' **. :J6rbir -
| coijfi.sio'i, )bath in the III. .
::i e.u risen s< -inenl .1 Persons calling for of the annexed tellers
hand: in marriage to the preserver of U:::?" \1e are refiuc.sted to announce Mr.l Ni-Vv!: yoiiK.fgllin their .iei'iluiS. 1 1 is on eril, by the C-mit, th.it in 7VK:: .uc nuthori prl to announce please say adver.u.ed.any below -
next' rat JOHN P. DUXIL as a randilate to
JOHN CAYTOKD I I well! known ak l 'ru. r lo iitToid oil i'j.[ | '.i bulLy l.. guru tI.i repre- Abbott William W McL oJ
his life, which was accepted, and they as n Candidate of Gndsclen | t >ri.r. >>ittir'', C. Bai8. 'uqurlil Li- in the State Convention. Jun pTorrranMadry
bid Ma tcr, 1 I'll- pria.; only! haxn g 1anI.1io I Kx.: i u'is: A'bninisira'"is. and Ciuanli.in ;, to n.in- sell n C-Miiitv Adams Lewis or Mardrie Robt
in wedlock the County for the State Convention. March 31"PEXSACOLA
were joined
following i'It hut l.iw, this Cu.ru xx ill hoM an ulj >um- John
i.e ace. in n .d.i.i-tg v ill! a-l! o i or teii-r this py Atkinson Al -rritt -ilrj.mdrew

Sunday.Coin( ; jfir--: of Max aj p'y to(Kcrr: &. Ivirkney or lo the .1 t ii mi on .VaturdHy the 5' It day of M tv next, nur MANSION HOUSE. Atkinson JasM McLean Messrs 1>. &. E
b lose wh.rh; iiyll iU-bnq..>i.ii Et.-i.t..r. /d-
or meFfi.OlSIDA I'M.ist: < r on o i.ii. .ttwilj Lewis Muiphy! S> n. Henry

POI.ICV.-The more quietly 3EDIIF.D 1.t1zuN :. j April I M. 3C ninii-tiai. rs, 01 tin mliaiis! arc r> qnirn! tu retul. r NEW CITY OF PEN'-ACOLA. Adams John IS'exvton James (i)
(li.l I hie t'if-ir aeri.ui t ti .nu! u lien they arc rtcjiiire'lto lIE subs.-tiber, havinj purchased the lease and Blount Dr. Richard IIBarey IS'ewron IVinl L
T
:r..d peaceably we get on, the better for nr inn II iV. I ). HKUWN.i C xL 1 ION.LL att( H'l l fi r the -ett!e'enC tlier-M.f.! And it is> fur- turn:lure <'f I tkii w. 11 knoxxn ostdblishm'ijit Wm W Nee! Elijah ((2))

ourselves, the better for our neighbors.In i vVrxVlinal.c I : no pron i-ts of gi-.it tilings to \>r I juTJ-ons ale l.cieby cautioned: ng imst tradiii tin r nu!. u.I, that clili: >u io! i'-u' t'g.nii.t alt wlxsii. fr.'m Mr. Tay'or, t-se lat' proprietor, xvill be ready Bryan Hardy Owen William
I' j J. rtor txv i Diiise: not s, o.e> < nine f 411.11'- by our Maa/.i.e;; a< if a now era ( my < <.r iic.'le. 10 ci'iuply w it'i this! rule! and1.uihdt' riceivc > April next. Bole JohnBalkcnm Proctor Mrs Ciii Wy
often the
wisest
cases out polie'i i luinitintidii UI.TU f-udi'tiilj! in l
i is if one cheat yovi, to quit dealinu with I i i-lied uiii\cr-e.i It H not exp'-ctcd thit t lh{ i inf.ucn-! I le I'O'int i.1 Fil'y dnl'ars, d.ite.l in Ftl.ruary the : : of liar l.'w by ilis.illou! alice lAal itT the arrangements and accommodations of the Colter! William Reynolds Wm H ((4)
1 37. Tl.p said fitly dollar! nnir I II.IVP hung sin ei and .th.r l i'-P will i! be Mansion HoueNexv and more crunmodlou Ba-
him: if be i> abiiMvc to quit his co.< \\ Incli liu\ <: kepi up the inoxriiienl! of tinvorldV coiiiitiiAsrins ( rigidly cnfonnl. Crawford Bird Rnhtn John
company;! Ti1t-iiriso| Ill ll''li g i iitt, MoraU; I l'lulo.o.hy| | >id. iUd) cann't ;:et | u-es'ii i of t it, ami I Will A tint: cnjiy fr. in tinniunit'.s.. truiir: Houses Will t be bull, an.I warm baths will be Calden SherredDtnison Soil! Wm P

if he slander: yon, so to live as that l's t oiiipI e.i I by |I.iw. A.o I). M liAE.NY, Clerk.in I r 'vi"l- .it all hours. A stable x\ ill I e attached to C R Snehte Ayiev Berry

nobody will belive him; no matter whohei it:, icu Ititi t', v\il! lie i-rj 're.ilv! asi-J; innnedi itely! tune i. .i' n Jiilo pay.i le by .M.unai '. .*>kii-r[ | tM>C Wi i b good ac-ommodationfor I.orssandrilrni.tgut Dan'cl Moses Standiand It. T '

i or how he misuses the wi-cM. :tlfi'< U',l lit, ood ot i i.1 1, by our lum 1 le I l'E-ric,dif:ai.Vinnvoiingcr lie Snipp; r. and Ity Inil tr.f.f t 11.> ( ..bi'elLii>- (. F.rsi rat. h.nses asid, carriages wilt be Edward Sherrod Spence Joshua
'
yon, wayN ol hm ln d .llais d.ai iidso hire modt
\ than perl-r'.i anu'titji o"c < aKo k> pt for at rate pries, and sail and
now, we ini, |,' ha\'e ili Floyd Baxter Spivy Edmund ;
generally, just let him: alone. There-i yrt-a: tiling* froino irltboi I .t iu the fi<. d of i iniiro\i csj'ci : iiftiuiti' ill .tiigt'( $ I lriJ7: :rthe FreemanThosj SecinerS'imon! T-

is ithing better than this cool, calm, I lft"ltt ; I lutif now we can d.i a little, and .hut even L lit sail n. t 1 assiinii d I tie paym* nt of to U..sba tel :MISS SAKAI1 W. BKACKCTT, u>,c ot"xi-itors. Bill.arJs nyu d other amusements FennellDernpsyForbes Sheffield Pliny (_
Akiip-r, a ltd ri.iw hold! an oll'-et iint-t it and am usually found at xv.-iteiing places, xviil also be furnished
of but p Mirly, t' f: may li cat (f.2II providing that lit- | og PKI.NCirAI.. and Burney Shepherd William
quiet with
way dealing wrongs Weiflect. lie f.h.ill! ; be fnd. 'flerin n< d never to pay it in any oilier way mihss r-i HE s/cnnd term Iii U'is dei-iin irs romrnen'isJL and! s-i conduct'd .IS not to i.itcr'ere wiih Horn Hill K Tailor Burrell ((2)
I If the iii!' c< injielicJ! by a du<: course of i.sw. tfie the comfort and q'tict of ihe b >ardei e. The wines Hall
in cause' KKLK.IOSe, can gi\e iut a ott .,loiiIav., 2d? Ap.il, ond lor gcncia! infoi.ua1. Kindred Thompson JamonTu2gle
lonaidi Ill ''jcann. ( i oil's I $. J. W. ROACH.B.ic's.Mills ivixeii and I.qurrs will b- of the test> qu.il.ty ; and lo en- BMIrel G
i Ill I'C i t \vavs to nun ; ni.d ion i.f .s ppii.'autts fioin .1 ditti: tier, notic" Hodges Leonard
S.u.nn\Tis Bnn\n C.tKrs.-I'ut a show, if i.iav lie a l it e l I" oulli.-e ofli.at! "rent svsH'ni Aril| 14 :ifi v4r .! tint l.o.tt&Il'sr pupils can be obt.lined in th? -uie a fu'.l suply; of ice, a carg > has atre tdy been Hawes William U VicUeis Nathan

tcaspoonful( ) a little heaping, of pulverized in <* h Hi sorrow and mifl'ciin i .110 t moie to b<- .NO( TICK.4LL 'O.t I icsiritit| i lmmjc.s!: in our town, al prices varying o. J.eJ, x\hi-h ill .trri's e about the l>tof May. Harvey Thouas Vaun James G
Bi, nard! ho !
sal into d''sjrc than ;ln'jovsof the |ItrodI.t.| Otis in ihuhi!hxx'nys person? a. e I.en by lot 't arr.ed again tia- tao,,, t'-n lo twelxe do.lars per month, lucl, Mr. F. G. xx formerly kept a popular Justices of In. Cou.t ofWortirs Waters Geo.
of cold
cratits a pint milk (or in \\itsiil4t.'lt City, will conduct( th IJo'.clI.
Ilutfl in >i
tIiouIit! !
'
( 4 j rufl-iiacy -i ur lo x Iy xiexxsxx ig l'-r a i.ote t.n James Siranre, for one i&l.tsaid xva&lun) :* infbid d Thomas county Womack BenjamiuWyheJohn
this proportion stirring it till all be thoroughly ill I I'C .\c 'iiijilisbcd.If the P.opriet.-'r, xvho, xviih such ai.!, confidently! Sarah Ann
) u.iilr'xl ilollub pa\Hl.e! t > the unil rti. ne I, t'.e The t-oiiiv of niviriic'ion in this litulion, i i itI Kornega rf

dissolved; then >tir in Hour, till the in .Miinxi s, ,. m ,y I,., ni.iM'd Ii p ov the .tie not n collect: d. A''&", tsr a due bd. likew.h.iy h no.i |i, <>!i plrtp, i.-d fxtoii'-iveas in the H.OJ.pprottil ensuns lh-- via mrs t- J-iMyiar, and his friends.eueraliy Livlnit Richard Warner LeonarJT

.. srieu'-o pr.ictu-al-! f-i.n.dcd in th i-oi'diti. n ..mnitr., I> il.lc! to ii e for biXfiity four d. !llir? and sonic Aorihern -euiiiuu.ti ics. Tlio thu ipl.neui.d that they xvill receive every possible at- Lovttt Joshua Will oi* Rubin .
pa: te dough be sufficiently suiTor thick. nut as nn ind. m.lixidia i i' but 1 .. t.nhinh) ai'l theicby expects[ t) iC getural satis- Lewis Owen
jC1lflI a- a cl.-jx n S l.'s, 'iicn by J. tiitihiin I:&) .ti O1t, astl.eabivc.aj .lull sin r.ub c'.eparimenl, aie C.tI ciii dv ..v'aputto ; Whitfield JarnesEVhitfiellJame3
Continue to stir it for some time-the Jonpcr ant on the 1au>r tif( Ijs cicat 'rlo, xxh.i.f he is I v. rymo'ii'nt >' rsba.cbtcn lusi t.i. t.ul. n lr> in nii'Mriber.THOri. iht.i cs ami al.Hiding ol the p ip.ls, and ia all.he (Sac:ion. Lewis ProrMcl&tyre \ I (2J

the belter. An iron other H'spunsi s1.\ and(' I MII the j i.stu-e, ihtienev, J POITS.A I Bibb-! is it I b'uk of daily I: sta.ly a.nl ro.-i'ation, '1 he I'-cal adiantarsof this house are too well J L Youmsns Keziah -

spoon, or S4IIIIC *k-rne, the l.iibiara ce nl his fu.loxv man- r auk ___ in il I II 3fixv3st'iekhotrs -in4' itgirdi-d nut only .is the nu-.ins of i nli hieniiv. knuxvntun ed a lengthened de cription hera. The MtinroeJames B :

sultantialinbtriIInelt. i is preferable a no tr.oie. With tin J.H fi>hMUHI tif 1'alev, IJcnthani j't, IJ'I'ICE.r .; tIt caiseieIts c and put t ilyi'i! ;; the lu-ait, but J'S acts that P nsaco'a is the largest naval station of JAMES W. SMITH, P.- if.

common silver spoon. Take up as much nnd uho e M'h! i.lsot! tsDiiittixhat b RS diiliu"uih'd ii t': I If > :isis of all ( oIi i4 t ( duc.ilioii. the Govtrnnunt, the general rcndczvo'is of theGull' April 7, 1& 00.
i ]
of the Sieain I3o.it Nc's .
of the he na'iits,-''iVy( ti-in il may be c illcd"! -uch.ixc Bo Ks u.-e.l ut the > -Tin Bible \Val- Sxuadioii ; the aalubiity of iLsclimxte, rc-
:
as done
paste can with the spoon, uo.li.ii: lo do. Lt such an can le hunc.tunno __. id! ; will! meet at hJr.uvn',4 ( 'ily I iu'I! |, on \Veifsday !- k< r's i Webstfi's'S Dlcti-eiiiiiarj-. Child's Guide; fr. shed constantly dur.nj: the summer months by NOI1CE. ;'

and drop it upon the iron plate ol the ba Mli lerm.s, I Iy all mi ans .tdopi their Ki>tcrn., Ihc '.'5'h} inst. at 4 oVWk I'1.. f0th" pur- oiiui Vernon ll< adur ; Analytical!idr> ; Header I'or-; .he c.'O.est brfct7e Irom the Gulf-the beauty of Co-partnership heretofore existing under

ker. Each spoonful, when baked, will It xx.'t. Ira:,,' d !or -uch unl'urtun.itv I'emun.s.il ho liiauicd.e of organizing the C. mptuy under the ch nu r U-r'h lIt t.riLi'dt! Keidci ; rxational II eadcrVoting ; ; the Bay and the ueighbor.ng islands and rivers, THE firm of Martin &. Hart, was dissolved ;
> the late session of the !
at L'-'islauve
make a loaf of convenient size. This I i in L'jiii.osuiiy, \\e\j'\ : p. rnnccd to -i.vincc a Counil. Lanic Class liook.Piiir rite abundance and del cn-y of the fish xxith which the 12th thy of March, 1838- All! t'eronsidebt

f- w, aLo Unroll% inced, ih u i the pupil <>f (jitina ielw.i 14 362 Parb-y'-s (;e.ugraalt'| ; American School the waters abound, and piuxiinity ic the beat Sou tdt-> said firm are requested to 'come forward and .5

bread will be perfectly whiteery light, n "i-er iiiiu ibui tbp pupil nl i'biin, we sha'l April Gto itiphy ; \lat.! trtitt's (.itogrnsay.! them m rkt is, give Pensacol \ the preference oyer close their accounts us early as possible, and those .

and free from the Jcasi oldie hay 4ItI l ne >.,., c-i I lflZ iri-n h to our atUfdCtinn all o: her places in these laiiiudcs, as a healthy and '
taste saleratns. very >ALE Al AUCI'ION.T C. o 'r.ch's l'ir-.t Book of History ; Second Book having claim* against the nrm, are desired to present

f Ii I'oinirs-.-t-y xihi'h t. rm xve hax'c nu reference JIC Mi'di-nh.-r will oiler lor ideal! public of History ; ITillaid'n Republicroicenter's| Llpinenls delightful summer rrsint. them to N. M.Martin, who is alone authorized!

hiti.,.,, verto tl.e s-tiiits: ol )putizarislor p.w- auction on Wednesday the 18ih in at. in ih? ot! Histoiy, .s ith lulJsmitb's Greece, Home First rate LOUtS will mn between Per.saco'a and to settle die game. N. M. MARTIN,
COMMERCE or NEW YRK.-TjIC vnlunof e aid f'lacea.i.i Mobile, un>l will at all times be able to take the :i
profit-it true pclili sflnll passengers
pccui.iary L'ovvn mdrich's .
of Si.. Maikti, (ui.less previously dipoeJ ol and England ; G Ecclesiastical History.Aniiitxvs' WILLIAM- HART.
import* for the year 1S37, at the poll ofNuxv m.l Etillcr, nor the r<>nimontx < aUi! lake dam- at ,..nvjte si'e) and Stoddaid's Latin GrammirGodricli's ; from the New Oilcans boats.N. Tallahassee, April 7, 1633-xv4 35

Yoik has fallen off from the j'ge, by our I.tIort., iiswe trusi.xxe may well be con- 05 Hods Bah Hope Lxiin Lessons Latin Header Virgil B. ARNOLD.
previous ; ; ;
tun.Vi: give no pledRij--uc make n Pcnsacola, Feb. 15, 1838. 34-tf N. M. MARTIN-Will; continue business
premise, -10 boxes Ciatet Vine CI CK'S rffliCt Orai.ns.
year, 30.289.512) ( by 12)) ;
| )r.irieH of the New Voik ueview T rms, cash or credit. Arilh'netic Adam Arithmetic Colburn'sFiibt : can address the proprietor atj'ensacol i, orMr.Sevijli' will always be pleased to attend to the wants of
approved ; ;
x\ell!e hold i he n riIis to bi "thu bow duty," b .wever donMed, "us AMBROSE CRANE. Lessons; Bailey's Algebra ; Day's Algebra; 'i'aylor, at Nexv Orleans, the former th? public. He has on hand a good stock ofgtxids

, OVERCEI-.R for the balance of th: yetr, ti.in its \erditputed, < fall chris- April 11 36wlECE1VED Pit) lair's Euclid. proprietor* which he will! sell low for cash, or to customers -

! jt.N n my plantation. A |>erv ....! .t.. .with. -- the. .1| ie-s, to have. and to on consignment and for sale low .S'n.ith's New Grammar; Mrs. Fhflps' BotanyI.iicoii'a S ; B.Refeiencen- Sandfnid Esq, Mr. C-Cullum, who jwy their accounts promptly, once a
ui.v. n.vn u.i..i.ii..iin me McAlpm Esq.LieuLKtbhy, Mobile-S T Tay-
%I. reC'.inmtnJ d f rc/ipa-itv. nil-ri'-tv, i'd' t-'rit- UJHIII greal question with II Botany; llayxxard's Physiolo; Coat'lie's '-
wh t-li the pub ic welfare is coniHwd "- nnd if in tar oash, Plor, P Rca. NewOileai.s. *vear.
r.d Lu-iuessbab.H. Apuy; to E Lrw.ckeruisn.Ev], tl.eci.uise ofliumi.n e\eul it 60 IJrls Flour Physiology! ; Alcotl'd llouse-I-bvc-In; (iallaudet's April 7, 1838. 35
khallso;
b-fall that
Or R F. ASH valur.xl Theology
Naturally Thcoloyy Palry's
our lijie iie'p may ne.ni requi.ed, u *LI1 11 n be 40 IrIs Prime Pork ; STOP THIEF-SIXTY DOLLARS RE- -
.April 81- Five n.i'cB north Tallahassee Mdtn's CI.ts Book of Natural JOHN C. JACOB
Theology
__ ___ \Mihl.cUl.! In U.4idfp.irtrneui\ie. a'c sure oft bleiihsuitaiictf 20 Br.s Whiskey ; ; WARD. ,
t from men of ISO Sa-k* Coin \Vntis on the mind; Mason on SelfKnvlcdic; Cabinet Chars tic Sofa Maker,

high ta'dnt ; who, though experuncu reiiied ,from a* \\cll the as field ol 10 HhJj. Ha.rts. and Mid lin! p.HKMtY. Ic hid s PhyMral Csui.I ntionof Man; timelhe's. Phi- CJTOLF.N on the nisht of the 12th of March First Premium Cabinet Maker, of N. York,
Of the Treasurer of the City of Tallahassee l. s.'phy of .Natnr.-xl History; Csauiistoci's Philoso' K3 1836. from a camp 21) miles east of Tnll-ihas-
: (;
of po Jtical tiiu: when needed, vull ever be firwliinion ._ .!:Ehhl! __ si_ P.OND. late from Columbus Ga.
from Itt January to 31sl l\Inrh; 1838, the fort'inuit ty lend a h.iud I'hy; C-'instock's' ChemistryVilkins'; Astronomy: ; see, Florida, a pubic horse, bright sorrel, swireh: ,
strong to &a\e Tt > KENT.A I Ileilc' Logic ; Abercrombic on I the Intellectual Lull], bild farennl m.irked U. S. on the left shoulder. II ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
In-iiir* the fifbt quantity report for the year the repub ic. PAR.M sim.ited r miles from the U. R. Ar- Tallahassee, and of the
P.ixvcrs; New num n's Rhetoric, or Bhir'a Rhttoric; The scoundrel who stole the horse calls himself Territory of Florida -
1638.Frl In the csuse; of Literature and citn-e. \\cshrtl fcenil, and about 4 from the junction ol Challahoochi'j Alextinb-r's Etidenccs ol Christianity; Sullivan's I). hewitt, he has sharp features, red hair, and generally, that he intends permanently to locate

C, Ifi
City Alais'.inl.for' Tax on Public shovxs &,<, able tt | rocure. fr rest, will Jo wit to additss the subscriber in Tallahasbee. RATES OF Tl'ITION.ForrhilJrcii given lor the recovery of the horse, and thirty dol of manufacturing
To our Country's stock of Natural Sci nee, do Q. C. 3IIDDLETON. lars CABINET WARE
J5IO> under years of ae, per for the apprehension and recovery of the thiefi
Ditto 0-r r.orporAtnTixcs for 1837, bIO I we especially' hope to add nv>re than a mite by April 14 3G3 quarter, S (10 so (hat the rascal can be brought to justice. In all its brunches, and assure the public that it m
ourselves
March i.3liu' for Tax on public fcliowv, &c. 2n,01Dit .trailing of .the peculiar advantages of NOTICE. For children over 9 and less than Information respecting either the horse or thief will be ta their advantage by giving orders here

cmn ula, stretching fir months after dueive will 12 years, 1009 to Uc left at the offi:e of the Floridian. instead of importing work from the north, aa the
into the Salt
Ocean piesent our ac-
Ditto rccrj\ed ol Simjn Frarit-r, for license lo re- river of f.tsh wa frwru and pouting hnokt forth its oc an SIX and vouchers to the HonoiaMe th<-, Over Ii years, 12 00 liZ* The Columbus, Georgia, Papers will! pub sy.rmf workmanship will not be excelled by any
jw
t.ul -iiriiuou| linu.irs to Is April, 7,50 bouidry. ietion er extreme ocean Judge of the County Coi-rl of Leon Countyund The ouit extra charges in this Seminary, arc lish the above 4 times and forward their acootmUo in the United States.

r Ditto receivoil from Davis <$ Kio'i<>n do 5,00 vetiube) ; life, abmnJing with aiii..al and pray to be discharged from fie administration for Music, per quarter, 15 00 this office foraeulcment. Those who are in want of furniture will do well :

J a1due lie Ticaiurer for advance to date 436,39 animal nnd vegetable varyinjii! ? many of features other portion from/the of the ettate of Uezekiuh Ponder, deceased. French, 5 00 April 7 ::4 not to order from the n >nl>, as the subscriber will

our broad empire. every ANN PONDER, Adm'ri. Diawinzand painiins'inall their varieties, 5 00 be able 16 supply all demands in a very short time.

722,61 For dte Arts &. Agriculture E. G. PONDER, Adm'r References--The Trustees beg leave to refer to EDUCATION.S as toon as materials and workmen arrive from th'e
sriencefcenterpiuo the following centlemenllev. -.- MARRIED and oorih.Reference.
of
graduate the
done little April 14 36m6.SALE gentleman,
have for Florida of which avail A
JHP, 1 IEr,8. YI4i.4hic tie Trfonurer but should tff to ourselves S. B. Davis, Augusta; Rev 8. Cassefs, University ofGlaigow. Scotland, lopg experienced *- Gov. Call,B.. J. Hackley,E. Loclcerman --
as : our find
<>ru OF TOWN
J.j. rrii. rt muIkUteiMem! miut.c per encouiagrmenw LOT&A Maeon; >Dr Vi. II. Weems, and D. P. HHlhouse, in the buiineia of'taition, and accustomed LHajward,. }V. II. Brodie.Capt. Brown .
dj ,
Iee.3P,187 to soiiietliin j
for these
Match M, Cah p.ld Knowlr. & V5I.39 hope importanbmnchbs SALE of town Ws in the new county site of Columbus; Danie' Chandler, Mobile; and Won L. to read the preoaraiory end undergraduate courses A. Alston. Col. B. W Bradep. Wm.Lc.ii0r.CaDt
'f
7/utchio1 life and
of wealth
rrii iiiK) .\O. |J. g'83.li ( r sources and comfort. Madi )n Citnnty'willl\kc place on the prem- Harris, Columbus, MISS.; Cu!. R. II. Long, Ma with candidates for, and members of, the South Lew*.. ,

,,, o 1). 4 jrjlwn, nmi 1is 1 For Commerce, w freely pro.ni.se lo do, more lies on Monday the 2.Jd inst. This lo'wn is plea I iI intl. Florida. Carolina College, wishes to locate himself Derraa- niarcH3t 04POCKET
; No.
BC
(:t, 8. .
5075 than js usually from Journals! ofthft
in A

tile quo <, W.i. 3. ta'woik on by developing thc numberless icsourcei of foniidcred the head of steamboat navigation on IheSuwannce institution, or on that of board, ran be obtained, healthy part of Florida, as Principal df Ka academy BOOK LOST.

do Jr.l.n W Lavinu ditto for mikin. caffioa 50 00) the South the and Florida in particular.In River, and about cquiuisianl from the by applying to either of the undersigned. or College. His lady has devoted almost 20 r4 Saturday last, at me candy shop Messrs. r : -

ranrSjv0.4. 30,00 for inclination cause will Educaiion;insure b'.ih our duty and our Hicks' Town, Osoilla and tin Cherry Lake neigh ,A. L. ALEXANDER. Chair'n. : ears to the arduous duties of female education, O Davis & Kindons, a leather stamped pocket -

sb D. L. t\ans: ditto as City Maishal, Ko.5 cur untiring txcrlions tod borhoods't'crmsof SAM't BARNETT, Treas'r. and intends io make it the business of her life.- book with a clasp, con&inins fifty one dollars fifty
,
in
all
to it.
our nowcr promoic sale. -Qne fourth a six months, one E. M. BIlE l'ON, Sec'y.Dr. References for competency and character can be cent Union nd.Cenlial Bank bills and
of
328.50 TERMS.. a note
-The M will J be
jgazin SeuiCXuanerly.
; pjhKslied fourth in twelvei months one fourth in JOHN H. POPE
two years, given to Literary Gentlemen in South Carolina hani for thirty dollars on James Carter able
$ en good paper, 96 pages octavo, at the and one fouVdi in'three years.Bond and approved MARE A. LANE, and Fl rida. Letter addressed to R. LEdxnondsat demand. AU) persons are cautioned pa} on
2,64 rom
Courier office, by WICK t HiciiiRDsoK Price t 3 fcectjnty, bearing inteieBt, xvi.l be required of LOCK. WEEMS YoriTille S. C. will with trading
TItOS. BROWN pur meet immetliatf for th note., A liberal reward will be geafgr
per annum, pjvable of tbe fir&t numb
on delivery chasers.
THE COMMISSIONERS, JAMES W1NG1CLt attention.
.. book and contents.
Treu'rofCjtyo 'i'ahIahsie.H. ) I th( GEORGE CoTLi
hCkioii1e1 Fcb 15. 1838. 37ttI
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? 1 THOMAS BALTZELL, CAUTION. :MISS PARROTT SALE.C .
hen warned 4' ?- BY VIRTUE and in punuanee of an execution fromtbe
FI z Jt" ILLOIt AITORNKY .TLA W ALL persons are by against trading and Ib* Marshals
ell every
informs the Citizens of V. c1cs P Superior Court of Jack win, to
three certain RESPECTFULLY
I TALLUU'I: FLORIDA. promissory notes, drawn by SEMINARY C directed *ill be offered for sale before tbtt Court house door
vicinity that her
the underpinned i and made payable to B. is next fbr n.b. !
''TII.L regularly attend to business: in the Joseph for YOUNG will on ia Mlriinn.,on ibo second Monday April
Watts, or bearer, asfoll'-ws. LDIE commence Land to wit:South West Quarter of SectionNo.
the tbllowiBK
Co.r of Appeals, and the Superior Courts Monday Octjber 23d Rooms occu nin N. and W.,and .
One note dated on the iCth July. 1837, and lately tbirty two Township five. Range
t .b' i -"on. t 's.ItD. Jit kson, and Ftanklin Cnuniie* payable pie by Mrs. Orchard as a Seaiinary. I."V' Bait half, dootb East quarter Section No. thirty '.. Township i
M-' ,. .. "imi.d' ,1 h.,unice on the hundred foot on the first. day of January, 183i, for three instruction pursued in this institution will firr. Range nine. N and W. Tosatiify raid fi fa In favor -
thousand do.lars.One .
Ie": o t' e CUlt ilou.e S.ui lre his embrace of Martin llardin against Renjamin Clements.THOMAS -
near to a complete English course also the Modern LQV ;
4 n'-te 4f the same date, and payable on tIe M. WHITE. Drt, Actinrin J'eAUCTIONEER
"% 1.'e. absent on pn.:'cssi >nil bust* &! : Music: Drawing, Painting, and place of James W. xum. Marabml dH. V
I ".. I 1-3V. 21-tf frt d 'y January, 1839, fur wo thousand dollars j j Langges. Marianna March IT.1838 Apr9T
note of the same date, and payable on tie ADCommission
; LESLIE A: THOMPSON.ATTURXr.Y first dayof January 1840, for two thousand The presen'erun wi open Monday, October SUBSCRIBER, the general Agent of Merchant.
ollr..As Lid
the said B. Watt has < close July comprising lorty weeks 'V APALACIIICOLA LAND COMPAN -
Joseph not given THE
f COUNSELLOR AT LAIT Q AXL IDaX O Mondays
( The term divided into four sessions, each succeed ,
I comideratonareltl1pon.: we are dttcrmined not \ will open an nffie in the city of Apalachiroh, Salurdl"
TAI.LAIUS. PLOMPA.HAVING ed holidays of half eek.TEIL1 .
t pay eiIer: notes, until he complies by \ \ for the sales of the LOTS and LANDS belonging York & St. Marks iDe
'4 rcsu- .';d the ;".rictCe ofhi profession with disagreement, or until a due course of law.AMRTIN For S. % to: the Company, and for the transaction of any bu. N. of Pae4!

: I .Ii s lr1n'ptalnlion: '(nnybuMnrstrntniMrd PALMIIR: tuition in all departments English studies I.J// !L sinus relating thereto. Extensive surveys ore

It' hio char ", in tie Superior C .urtm ff t e JAMEL.. PARISH, per year of forty weeks, $:0M), for those over 12 &4 now making bribe purpose of salts. Information I

i ;1 M cdlc: D. ti.ct; f F.on.la! ard in the C 'ur. of DARIUS WILLIAMS. years of age ; for those over 8, and under 1210, ;I the Lanes alreidy surveyed or exploredmay "
concerning
-p and for those ia adV
under b $10 half payable
I C:'A. .'llonticelloJeffersnn county, Srpu 30, 1 lt<37. ; be obtained by application to me at Apalachi-

Ofct on the i-ouih M.1o C Washington Square. 8-tf I lre. cilIa, or to Mr. JOSEPh BROWNS nt Tallahassee,
4 7, I iJa -- Modern. Languages, each per year, $15O. icccive aU and is FIRS Rate Vessels and experienced .irZ
r.h. 2 -ho is authorized to j ProP> prepared
-- -- A CARD. Drawing and Painting, $40. A fresh supply ofthisV ALU ABLE MEDICIN E of much of tbe I be employed in this lineKtosaiIfrjmlther

Charles S. Sibley THOSE indebted to the, subscriber are earneai. Music, S00! fur the term.Ernbroid&ry Just received. Applirationmay to give descriptions also be made to John Carnochnn property. poit-a vessel will sail: on the kh: and 24lh'!

to call aid: settle their accounts. and Worsted Flowers, and work,7. SOLELY from vegetable matter every month, and ofener: should patrorW.
IT. S. Middle District of Flo.jU 'I I\TEBV.LSEXTHA.Eath PREPARED at Quincy.
Attorney Administrator aDd Guardians "uboowe for advertising I1OUCK, Baltimore, which maybe JOS. DELAFIELD. quire.

Ulir his professional services ns Attorney Are informed that their Lills are generally Young Lady to find her own I'aui and takrn wiLh perfect safely by all ages & in all diseases .pa'achisr.l.i.! Jan. 1:1. -2'.l: -1m. WM. WYLLYS PRATT Agent. Yfl rl

and Counsellor c.i Law, in the coleclion cc Lt of so fmJlan amount that reliance is mlely had chair. ; in cures are lor the following diseases- ROB'T LYON, Agent St..V.rks.

I ., (-tc l in Mid.lle Fl-Tida. He \\ tie on homr for payment as they are not worth I Boarding can be had for the pupils at the Seminary -.1 Dyspepsia: Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Inflnmmatiua 01'1 C .-Six months alter the date hereof I St. Marks, .?pril 15, $1837. 3'-1J' .

Courts in this Iislri.'l Office next door lo the trouble forced colli-ctions. '1 his i emark "'il I m and in genteel private families. : of the Stomach, Heart Burn, Dlarpha3, Dys. N shall apply to the Jud-e of ihe County C..Urt I NOTICE. --"

evidence .if J Wcslrutt, Jr. Esq. also; apply to the diDlunt., raln.ni ot the Floridl.ln'l)! Every attention mil be paid to the .Vind and : entery or Flux, Piles, Fistula! ,Obstructed Mensura Leon: Ci'unty, Florida, to be Ilillchargp..1; from all I

; TiillaliafcsciJanuaiy2th, 1 Ih37. !!-tf who owe lor subscriptions prior to 8th April 18.57.1 j 4 Manners of the Young Ladies committed to the tion, Ague and Fever, Billions. or Remittent Fever, further duties as administrator: of Znchaiiah C. THOSE persons who are in.Fel.ted t tap

,1 H It'll All"G.. VVMLLKdKU.A The subscriber' is very patient, bat deen.sil but I charge ol'Mus Parrot, una! it will be her effort to Typhus; Fever, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, ErysiH[ Fort, deceased,which : "fa'lmihi-.tration were I. 'S, by make note or account, are eaI
DI"lIly requested to immediate
t.ailf 4 TTO A'.NV; I" J?. CUSSELLOn AT LA fl', fair the u.nii th.it I.is ba.J tit wil be re.
1 t preon the first of January : and will I Young L"dt disconnected uiib the Seaiinary, Yellow Fever, Costiveness, Wind on the fc'lo- of Lecn. S. G. BECK COM September a.h

i TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA e to Texas, Arkansas, and d.-ewhere can ii desired, receive instruction in any ef thebranche mach or bowels Cholera Morfous, Consumption, Jan.27, l88. 2i-Cm accounts remaining unpaid at that date Wtli'bep
i into the hands of
t attend business in the an for
regularly to
attorney collection
WILL W.\J WILSON.Jsa > Ir.fluenca, Colds, Coughs, Inflammation of the O"Wm. p. DUV31, l-'Iq., ii my attorney, an::1 I persons E.

tif Appeals, and in the Superior 13, 18.-2-tf Call HErtncxcts-Col. -Gen. Brown,JuiJge! Randall,Oov. chestPalsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamatory sore having any business with the estate, will call oo July J, 18.-t7.-17 BARNARD For E., Jr. 4. to.

Courts of Leon, G.-itlsJen: and Jefferson Coun FOR SALE.Z Bu.lcr.Tlahasser throat, Croup, Inflammation of the heart, Dropsy, him. S. G. Ii._ B.Pitj

? ties. Ollice N. E.: Corner of McCarty and Oct, llth, 1837 10-
I i1cnrt'e 1* tfKafhtfh feet uhie p'De Lumber, of Making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous and subscribers have 'ilm d.'y entered
1i. OV W ,OOO White Sliinles.Apply Scrofulous affections of the members and subscriber continues to cany on the man- t
: Pie TO PUBLIC.It ligaments.; THE coparmership, under the firm of
April, I 183S 35-ifAOTICE. a'thie Kail Road Tallahassee: in TiE Mercurial Venereal diseases Ulcers, Seres. Af of Tin Ware, and will at ail: hues it Co. Taft'&
J'potl is i due
to FT that thehuiges
to tae. have on hand gfnu..1 asiorinier, either at whole
II. AUC11EU. faction the skin, & diseases .'Mains from 1m- S. S
c in her tebool, both in their present re sac or Fetail, on u reasonable terms as can be soldin TAFT
March 10 ia: 3 i
(j 1 lXiaoiitlisfr.: a date, I t.tall! apply' to the Judge 31-. duced and in theiroriin, l furl. 11el e determinedly lure Blood, kc. Price ptr LouIe J 2. ai.y Southern market, deliverable at store in GEORGEG HOLT .

I K5 01! G.n'-: 'I County
u.e HhuI'I"lraLlon of the estate of />enn's Apala-hicola: will do well ti pay 1 fiiend \\ as cOlilheJ. who, having children to and Fall Punier, in these wh"se constitutions require P. y. Hating now an experienced workman' St Marks. July 1, 1837. "Sl

llelonI.c.J. JOHN LAMER. .' m'l. attention to tht following regulations.A educaie: from motives of delicacy ad vised a Iihf ourishnienl and new vigor ; such persons ail: articles will be made to order in the above line, NOTICE. -
would be much benefiued
\arhl.l:1: : _31- ",<5cLCiiKsorricK new ft.tge line is now cit.tl.lisLid f"0 Talla! rate thau w.justifyand; by using lo or three and all Job work dei.e without either ia the
crcUIWlanlel delay LL will take
buttles which be taken nuhout drinkor person notice that I hare
may regard to t tl
in
l has of Sle .
>re toBambiidge by u\y Bridge icr being submitted for reconsideration .
LEON SUP. COURT I cI.nsI''Ifll.t. diet. diseased for tin v are 01 sheet, iron business. W. H. F. day filed in the offic of the Clerk of
Many persons are the wan Vadsi,
and Pleasant GIO\, !ll\iD Tullalussee ('n Miii. ltt IIIh iled. aAcrn.atuie: ertioPde, Jan.G 183d. SK-lf
: Mwdln->' tnc. i-l Florida, Jap.. 6. 183;. < of blood being purified. Thousands of are County CourtFlorid.*, my final report and
: d;>y the 5th ins1 at 12 o'c ock, and other day I cided upon the rates, as the lowest rcdacn'onwhich persons Guardian accw
RtY1Ut; sj.te. (Complainant, ) thrieifier, turirgtheear.! Passage c\rry from TallahasteetoBainhridge. in real preent n it possible to maJte. It "M 1 iib destroying their comtituiioui by neglecting to apply 1. \N D FOR SALK. as that so of the late Henry S. Ma.hrmrni>

v: > In Chancery. five d.Jlars eal lhi the : a proper remedy ; to such the Panacea will be soon as the law allows, I shall demand
from Bailbri.getl pleasure i uaJ- ragned:: ofer tkis explanation will sell tract of Land consisting uf 320 the said
my Court
'S f1.ugh' f,, 1 .abnz In, other", ) more tnan doubly valuable as u certain and effectual [ the settlement thereof, and t
Jl: i Apulachicola, by Steam Packet, eight, do.lats.. and recommend to the palroango of tb,ir acres, 170 in a high st.ttcot cultivation, with charge as guardian. my
:,1.11- This iout will be I nned f fclJo citizens which mean of restoring them to perfect health and THOS. G RAT. 1
I pen altogether in the day. a seminary the high moral good gin bouse and screw, a sufficiency of negro Ocu 20th 1837.
., I
J 'j' "n1s. Labuzand: otlcs. to:eih- satisfaction, the stockholders flitter henisilve that is sufficient guarantee to ibo pupi's for the scquisiti ciians which exhibit various symptoms tation the firrt year. The land is .,tua( d 8 miles' \OTll E. :
r *u I the unknown lie.rs f Au utluu- Sla'-ghlci "ill hate the of all that is ions, Ulcerations, Debility, Lou of Appe EruP-1
: they patronage ofa jcn-rnui public. I HI useful and ornamental in polite from Tiillahasse ,">n the .Mic.'sokee road and acjoin 4 LL rers-ons indebud to the estate of
I 8. 'r.t., ure iKt illl! lllst.f ih s> Tenitory, tut \v. CASSELS, Agent. 1 education. Digestion, till arising from impure blood, ing Mr. Lorimer and others. Immediite l Charles A. Nrlson the b :
I poas ,
are
Sl.! in eomcol f tin: U d States is ordeied attended requested to rail!
not lo the
properly are sure to produce
f Hl it For p.asage ap| thai lc d j.lc'. given. For terms apply aymentto undersigned aDd all I 1
: h.'i
persons
litre bcfuicn the constitution.
niiitntsUuip' Panacea is
injury in
t' on or
te e.l *fahH.'cja, l 31fDJUDGETON greatest recommended HIJ chins TallahasseeB.. A. CHAPPEL. .laims will the
I
Thomas present tame lor t
Drown
I f bl.oayo. May in XI. .isiil aiswcr ihecompUin- iu all seasons of the year, and in particular payment Proper
Jan. 6. 183d. 22-if iuthenticated, or the same will be :
':1! air* *uil, or uc :.IHIf'\ ill b taki-n: f-r cnnfis-ed" (W EST ) Francis F.ppeg as a preventative from diseases in warm cli- P. !
KERR
f' i ,auisi% tin ni; .11 ii.e mailers and ihiigs llurcot JERSEYIIGI Richard Ilaywaid, mitc&and those persons, when diseases arc prevalent NOTICE. i
JAS.
.krr.d I .\td it is that by taking the Panacea three four limes A. BERTHELOT J Jdminisra'orL
.cl..nl"gir. or
a the
fll1eror.lcleJ Robert J. pers-.ns having d' m nds against estate A
a of I nr.rr. lie I school hal btcn in success..1 operation for Hacklcy. ALL
ropy puUli-l fourmonths four i
wtckly it THIS weekor three wr table spoonful's when
I IJ Oct. 22 going Charles Ul.irk will be pleased to present Jan
ihan three and 1R17. 13 20,18-44-if
:n Mime nep.I.t'r i.iint> d, in .tlii-, District years as at p ckcnt or- tolled, and the person may fear no apprehension of them !

Ttttc i liuS. 11. DUVAL, C'k.. gmizcd, it has a male and icmastiepirtmeiihutnhtliiugli : NOTICE. beuiK attacked with lie Cholera, Yellow Fever, or immediately toHOBERT RAYMOND REID or Clerk'. Office, Leon Superior Coar- .I
'. school in the of ,
January 13.: IKW.: ::MiiiTHOMASVILLE one ube apparatus aa.iin any olUci disease, as this medicine U a valuable restorative Middle District of FloriJj, J 6
: subscriber Iial CHARLES H AUSTIN.Jan. lS3.tichad .
the lv.ill of lab ur lor instruction; yrt. in ther THE juet received ( "GCIrgi .nuary j

j ACADEMY. ici-ptcis ihe depaituient :tie entirely separate, being tllt rate 6<) saw <;in, nil thiee ef .o saws, con liluli(of>aand the sysicm enabling, thereby it to bear invigorating the the 27, 1838. 25tITOTICEAI [ Hay ward, Complainant ) 1

N'- p tZjTJie: iYi :tees .f.tm Institution lake pleasure k< pt in dificrtni bui dna.: The design ot the can it.1 pUte, 'ahiehi ke uiJi< a te sell oa atcommodatia cdecu of all cJunaie u is debilitating the circulating $ .,rit'diiors legatees, and per"onll' vS. > In haurtr V .1
: conveyed by
'IhornasJcfTersnn
,1 in inlbr.ving the tlial thc hclnx-l sclioul, i ia tttlurnish the liest ad, anLIKes ior a tl.er- teiws. JOHN li'LER, ; entitled to distribiniun of ihe estate of \VtlJlOnRoy..1 Green, defend't.Ii :
'I.
is in fluids and
Ilhlc n.lV ough h and Education la the tniledejiartmtnt. miles! east Tallahassee.Nev. corrects thcinendtncy to all those ; deceased late of Jackson Fla.. appearing by satistact.-ry evidence tJ.at. d
'I operaii'-n: uink-i tU enmcdtnceof .Wxlann Eng\ Clascl E.lt o diseases i which originate in vitiated blood, diseased county, are ,
deJemlant ,
J Scott, late o!Jefllr> 'm Co legs Fi unsyhania with L pupils willbe tit'td for Co\egf for anadvaucdttauding 15, UHT. 14 liver affection hereby no ified tIt present their dem-inds legally Thomas.leffer-MinUreen, is nutsiithab.l.ntof
depraved appetite
or predisposition to
I > hla"l uaciier. the'character and ) if de.ired, or for Mi. In authenticated within two yers from the date of the I nitej Sta es, but resides in d I
Ul
k 1.'wl uf Ute
j ification of Mr. the Trutll'S Uel qual order to accomplish this object in the best manner. LAND FOR SALE lungs. this, or they will be forever barred. And ail persons province of Texas it is ordered that the said d
( :cot c..nfJ.nt Mr. II- Holt who is asjitdIt ffflllE: Subscriber ii allllr lU three It resembles, III point of taste and flavour, a rich lendant do appear here on or befi.re the l Itl&!
J' ; jn prli 'g p, r I ,! c pcctid 1'ion a uf I laltnuandexemplary! cal had cxpui OCt Bo.1
habita they also.al. dail moral with the subkCiibtr: in the government and aad t5 nule* from Tallahassee. The 6r*l contains Liking Micrciuy, in any way, should have recourse IRWIN, Adm'r. r same will be taken for confessed aaiiiit him, II. i

1 1 charge'the:/ I teuiti-expect&hp3ruuent.) a Lady 10 take instruction cf the school on the tiifci of May next, alioul 1920 Acres, I.M eleanJ The serend 520Acies to one or two bollles of Ibis ueJiciae. In the decline Feb. lU, -27*4FOR the matters an') things thrrrof decreed .cc'-rding! 1
be
Boatdmgcan C9 cleared. And the SsU Acres rf Life, Of' hen the system has been impaired Jtud U i is fuither '
bl"r"lte faniil.cson reasonable at which time there \\ill be opeiud as a buaruing Lhir. ahout or.'ered tha a cr.pv of this or*
t I t By order titLe Board terms. I house for joung lad.es, uuder the care of a lady 2 0U cleared. These lan.1 equal te any in ..Uiddla by elects, it. nourishes, strengthens and supports SALE. be pined mohihly fOt nine. m-nths in some IHW

I w U !, the house now occupied by the sub Florida' will be suldwn terws advantageous it:-it i is not presuming, toe far lo add, thai It actually paper published in ibis District.roSrV .1
ip quulll alt
DONALD .uLEA; prolongs lif*. T| ffcfk X Bbls of Lime (n board of the ;
the
L. lo purchaser.
t Thol3\ic, Feb. 1th, 11:1: 2-3iit llawlejvhohas been pitcep- This Panacea Las been introduced the M.\W\WW brig Olive Branch, expected 10 THOS. H.r>UVALCt1 :
: tress of the leuinle for nearly twuvt-UK, H. W. BRADEK.[ to public. _:Jan. 13. 1 -2J-11\'I'9m
SWAIM! t ;
M4LDEN
buard \el/rtulenl Tallahassee March I Slh 1S37. tf. 32 for A short time, and has received more testimonials : arrive daily, by ,
i! 1 LEON COUNtY \iLh, lld of .
\il
p SUPERIOR COURT. l.idus out of schoo'! paltcularbarge in its fivour fur its efficacy, ill so short a time, than at St. M.irk NOTICE. ;

I .1:' Kiclnrd Haywaid, 1 te and young egri cable manners, amiable, : diS rota|>i.sition easy sod NOTICE. any other medicine ever discovered.and its nan-e at D.PI53T.. IT ttNO'flCE. ALL persons indcbteu 10 LesterCio, late, 1

I \ h vs.TJioi..sJ : I Chinccry. happy faculty: of (communicating knowledge, ii \ HE subscribers having formed a l.iaaisd abroad, will induce hundred's, aye, thousands lIolia, either by note or aecountar* tqutsie.l >
.'< : tcrs.n, G re.n. i"l T copartner to apply for it, to ibe true viciuc t<> come forward and n ake immediate put
t : bthevcd that Miss H. will give mute satislacuon shiptihlhcreaftercuaducttke Drug business reap STRAYED Tallahassee about four wrek?; ment to the subscriber! and suit.
the rcur.
i. '"' ar<1 g '" List' ",111:Iclt..eflh' ; Couit that those who commit their daughieis to her care. A i in the name ofSTEWAHT horse with a light min and prevent .

I 'i,? th' J..i ,<.I i, 'i In-iisas Jtffcrson rct n. is nut, pKasantand airy mansion :separate from the other: & nAU AnD. Notwithstanding attempts may be made t.. impair till!, and luild l luce. AlsR small bay horse, with a Dec. 23, 183;. W3I. J. BAILLY.Aieof. )

t: an ini>. :ltlt ot inc Uiuu-.j b tales of North AmtriH has been piocur O', and will be en'arged: and filled the confidence of the public in the efficacy and I I star in his foretuad. B'lh. ere in lo-I order: lfr-lf
Then will be found the old
shop at Hand "
''MI .c.tiyxn ol the ::are or Piounce ot Texas,, up as 0 boirdii g house, fur lads, nndtr the immedi- %lr. E. B. Perkins formerly cura'ile [xiver <>f tins medicine, it will go on lo I when they left hone. They were lat seen neirtheGeorgi.t V CLERKS OFFH E LEO S l .COUR:
by the
jits (,r ... .1! *i> tiie! CoUrt, thai if Ihc said difindjnt -cun'n-lof: the Priucijial. The number in ah jj occupied oj.poMte mJ.rkt't conquer disease, relieve ihe afflicted,and earn for it. line in ihe neighborhood of Capta.nManng's.

Ti.m! ;. .''ci p.'t n O'ncn, dOs not appear and Ia' | house is Irmleil: fan that the i can l hc brought house. srlf the gvsi.d opinion of lhous.irnj. and lens uf thousand A suitable rewanl will be paid for Middle: Dil' ict of Fl! rida, JalJuaryf.l8JiEliza
lu.il. They *ill keep full atsorimrnt of Medicine*,, il Oversiruet, Complainant j
ais\vir; ln-.I-! : >. | : tiled by said I undir the rtguU'ions of a ) rganU" I Already a* earned fur itself a name I their dtliv the office. ,
this
1J''IL lilarJ family j |Duig' Chemicals, Patent Medicines &.,. and I Ipled'e ry 10 owntr. Apply At In .
vs. Cl.ar.rerf.1enry
,
Ia! ".HI, on tl i d. ie .!l.. thud day of 1.t and be as>oci.ite-J: with ihc teachers. .n the n.tm ia-, \\hiek das'ardl/attacks (annol reach ; that such is Jan. 6, 183d. 22-if /
theiasclves} sell
aoi'iin
te
to but B. Ovcrstrcct.
4 _..\tJI .11 i ut.-i (I ft..i is Coint, to i lie in thei milur and fnendly linns; anil, ll.ai ,e< ure all the: j j cll'J.. KDWIN ? genuine urn the fact, the number of ItUeis in PC'rsiun must defendant jT

S : f"rd ..r.bv-tt, ii I.f i erntoiy of Flondii' the rfdiMi.taje; : <.f f the I lar ei b .anhng !chu..ls, and' ] 17-tf EDWARD STEWART, M. D. fully siliafy the most incredulous ; and weicit necessary IHIOUUHT TO JAILOX appearing by satisfariftry e vide nee,that Htl

4 hf : 'dlC .;. < -Keii.so"1'1.' !I..J. tl.J/,'h'
;t 4 \. 31-1.11.. : a" ('r.s9g: to the piaytr, tftup t -. of giving: ( and wards a th rlciU the sanctity tie ouths of those who, ', ;s to P. A. ( illr.l of Florida he n.iys habitant of this Territory, but resides! in me hlof t

j '. .'. h lv! r'cr! .ut' tll; Ju.ige! ., I and iUuuli t'trchilJrdl{ cn avail ilitui-th ul| afu r suffering tie, most acute und lung protracted I I.hlnes he left the plantation of Col. Alston some four: Georgia, it i* orLI.rf'f th3t ,the aut d'.frmhntd

r ". .,n. d.)i. Til 1 I 1 U C\ L. en. ul ihiv pi'oitunit '1 h. liKaiiun i in recoiamcuiltd. j THE Subscribers have opened a bin>lery ia T'tl- have been entirely restored 18 health, but it I Ir weeks since. Said boy is about 5 feet 10 inthes appear here on or L."ltlre the 15th day i-f M >y nn

I iiy L. \V-1) :1'iNF, D.-J". Cl'k.iy as prculurlj' pleasaiit and h.- ltiiy! of easy access labaasee, and are piepared to execute all branches does not enter into the cum 1'1 ehtn"ion of manyhow high, walksawkw.irdly.! : The owner is requested and answer the complainant's bill. cr the same vil

i : -_.4'T' .'.' --'. ,-H-! ,- --t jfl__ ti ihe Uige i Jltcfc, bciuz wuilil a ri Je of nx. hoc I eket ofiheir h, re.Taper buiuei.. in us gooda ':) le as caa b'doue It is |'"ftail>Ic for Ixiianic nu.dicinc to effcci such tn come forward, pio e prrperty, pay charges and l I'e ta"en for ren'csseif Mgainst him, ard the matin

of f Philoddlll.I, ten of Bsil! uinre, and twelve of wonders in (lie healing art, as expeue-nce has uke him and things thereof decreed accordingly.

t IFOIDl\TiO: .\ 1EV. Washington. A paienial! watchiulness "i be xeicised ruled fill hills, he'ters. 4 c. proved ihfr.i npctcni lo CI turin, hut such are the away.JAMES A. NEWMAN, J:liW.Thoim And it i is further decreed that a ropy of this ordr

9 3 *' t i 11.:1 Irt.t\o lalll cotton, I uvertlic boarder ,und the suicast uttutiun: Particular. attention p nd (III re-binding. fItllJuek.ew""p. .i t'acu ih.iiihcy cannot be denied.
fiI. I <"Cts: a'e <.J of the cluji of l.< tl.e.r : r", M. giiineAe.. The above -dicint eau be obtained of G. H. & per puMisheJ: in this dis'sirt.
l" *. Ieahl. w'iras1 aL. dej arll.ell, L: Thesubtcal-ers pled.e thira ,el\es that all subscriber bus just reie-ved! per brig Lu ,
Ie. rosigtii' to aU.I.lcC, aiicl h.\'c reH..J 11.1' as to instruction. Of sh tune eui of' orders T. E. LlMJENBLllGElt, Monroe Mre-l. Talla- THE I' Test THOS. H. DUVAL cr .

I c. a'' 0'iti salts ol but ilinty .our, any m'orjua a part "ii be dcvi*d to i: cxarciscaiA shall be executed with neanes mid despatch ha-wee Florida, with proper directions for UMng il.FefryT ; Icbm New York, a large assortment January. 1838-21-4mI
tile hea.tiiy CUSI1.VAN N- HAY\ AltU.TJI1..ha ut Groceries and Pro\isien, consisting i: in part of
t in 41 in 'I.rcr in \duel iu- ut'(1' t1hLIC1'I II i; kjoris, and I pititto, ugi.lar study, undtr the s.-e, Oclo'-er' l5li 1'37. 10-tf .vnikip, Mijfiii l"IIIIPll.. May I, 137. i Common Whiskey NOTICE.Samuel .
(I fJII W le .siiied tat "ill': llLa4IkIully Icn'ncd. MB.. Ji (ItiLTK Sir_'I ;
r. sid in feel
personal Miprrinteud.iuceauii of leJI hera. ( iiiv.ettct.iiiriin.el .. .. H.
-- -- -- ----- tlo !
They Od!
Duval 1
I I'
Rye Complainant
i -- -- --- ;
HUB It.\ ) ;
\ 1. L'U.it1I will be requ r, 4 ltJ utttnJ CI.urcllol, the ., l<* inform you of f the eliects that' your Panacea Ruin V
:. L l'rsn !"\Jm ? f c"uluri".lte u.e ul.on the choue uhuh I will b. kU FOR SALE. bad on me. In the I IW30' the Comm ; against \Ia Chanecry. 1
( : \illh; or year during months
i'' dUal".J"C., "1.1 ] to .Mr. It. li. Heir guardi.n. \\ ill ln parent 100 Bbl \f Flour andiOO of JanuaryFebruaryMaich: and Superior Ch-impagne and Cognac Brandy Robert A. Forsyih, Defendant ) V
) 11,1) between I
) lr.lul ti\dt lime Bushehwf Otis April, was el11. Madeira, Claret and MalagaTine, &.c. T appearIng to the satisfaction! of the Court fila
} : the [U departin' II:Ulldi a ni*m.er s>s will l>el by ployeJilltbra.bmgwilh a ihrashi.n mai'hine.and I Common //oney-dew Tobacco; I that Robert A. Forsyth is no an inh-b-iante

t, -1 I IX Wet k5 'U1(1. : will be made conduce t ii.e mU risi of both. The' Principal! will IJ'L'fADDE:. caught cold, and he du-t Deemed to settle: on Ifl)rmugs. StoUp Sugar, CoflVe, Raisins; this Territory,but lives in some of ihe United Stilt:
afe 1.H" SL MArks Pec. 1''!3'LAW
also i .
vcC.tua:11 17
I
i\c : istitrm' IM ia the Ladies .chv.l.A -If sutftried much pain and could no longer
r
I t the H"I. J'de' of ihu County Court ol' I I PicklesCuler Potter, Candles; It is therefore lrerrc l' and ordered, that, unless Iapprar :
few U1)rt Lids, as boadl. can be itceivtd da- attend to my business; the i am was located in .
l-.avc my Scgars Vinegar. wdt'r Shot here and the S
Ll. County lor tj .dll lmi; ] tuUle c. answer complainat's bill on
eitatccf leJ'Jbln. riu tie present session. Terms for lo.uJerl m then NOi'ICE.M. breast, particularly ou the left side. I was ul-o I .31 hnnd, of before the in svmewi V
Uuhard C. aI-I so, a : ome assortment Dry Goods. first Monday May next the
I ale dej ::1 J. U. T.l.ilSlI:: Adm'r. | vary cording \ ;M. RANDOLPh, ATTORNEY > sought Cloihin?. Crockery, S.tddlery, Hats, Caps, J-c.: be taken and confessed agVuint.! him. and the mat
uf vaiiuus
March : 1 6 W. :;0-wi( 1101 $150 to $l6O per aln., jiayab.e quartijily, one V T AT LA w will practice in all the C"urts Lhyii-.zui in this region, but all to no which will bo sold low on arcommodntin" terms. (era thereof le<-reed accordingly. And it is furthf .V
: at the C.ru'NC-iKcmi.nt of the sjon, and the Middle Florida purpose; then tavelttu Lar.ebl. rcnumy, and
in and villa tccd tosuch business WILLIAM CENTER, ordered and decieed, that this order of publiratio-, !
I COTTON other hall! at the dust In the female also to Chester co. and employed several Doctors
.i UROKERAUK department, as may be entruMeJ to his care. Office i ia tile building No. 4 Berry's row. be printed weekly ir.s.nieofthe public wspatl|

i And Coiiniiision i i Merchant. lei ins from lll'JO I tn SllOpcr .nn. Tluej charge loimciiy occupied by Call auj Walker. there, but derived no benefit: finally, I had re Per Tuscawillo, duly expected, 2i bbls. superior of this 7erritory for four Months V V.

include loa.a. tuition warning (not to exceed ::2 October :::th, 1637. 13-tf course 10 your Panaceaand, used one bottle which! I Flour, Rice, Bacon, &c. Tes-e THO. DUVAL. C'lk. :

l' lIE IltSn it'cr "oUd inlu.in, his friends and pieces j lor \fek) fuel, lights, and every domestic I purchased at Lew istown, Pa. But seemed at Oct. 15, 1837. 10 Dec. 83, 1835. 20-411.

the p., lic in gei.e.1 h, th it he has CI.mlltnrc' cite during the tetiol ot study Pupia will furnish CITY STABLES. fist not to do rue any good, for I l>eca.iie weaker, __ (Copy)

iho. bus nep&* .t ( ol'.on IJn.ktr, alt II their own towels, bed an-1 bjilduif:, or pay an and was obliged to keep my bed My friends FOR SALE. LEON SUPERIOR COURT.

I .e&cLant, in tlie City of 2W\v k, and is now extra charge exceeding $2 prr liKiksanu r:IIK f' Mowing rules: and egula'ions! tie' amp 'Jvised me ti> use no mole of it, but I resolved Richard H.iyward, Plaintiff "t

prepa-id to re.-c.vc Cotton, InJ other I roduce inicndf'j r- siatlonary: will be furnished quarur.cheap ai they ted for the government of the above stables' give it a fair trial, and sent fur anolher bottle; this SEVERAL Light Jers y JVngon's with har v S'AttachntscThonws
a
((01 tins nnrkvt., which lie "Il dsl'oe: ] (f on can L oltaind elscvvhcie.! Music and Drawing and will be itriciTy obm rvrd ; it is hoped they wil!, afforded relief, and strengthened and improved complete Also two or lhree horse Jefferson Green, Defendant }

#c coinniisiio'i, and$ fl.ittcrs hlll!< from! Ion,b | mvill taught ut an extra charge, whenever tl.tre give general satiifaction, and picveat ,i.isuiderstau-: me as much us the first had weaked me. I sent wagons.Dec.' 30, 1837. H'M. H. FRANCIS-21-tf- .ssompsit. Attachment summons, sd rrrforft2lCO.

cquainlan in th': : nand Souibein luar.hellII' b.n sufiici.nt number ti foml a cass.! di..g. for a thud bottle, and am now restored, enjoying d.imae 4300O.. returnable. in Ann tarn
t_ ; s .al be ezal l d 'io i\ctati faciion: tobucli The year of study isdivnJcd into two sessions 01 The hire of a hack and four, $15 00 per day. better health than I have: done for the last ten of said court, 18i8. -- --A --- n -

% as may iif.p. e'l tojMtronibe bun, noi only in two quarters each. One irons the Ut uf\\lto the lia kand pair, 7 50 years-I am azain enabled to follow the ploughever COTTON. defendant in said case, and all ethers intct

the *aleot'th -ir i ro.tuo', but 1.1 the invesunciit ofany I Islt'i October-the other from the 1st No\'cmbcr Sulkey and house: 3 50 since last August. I am fully convinced that THE subscriber is now ready to advance upon or THE d. will t.ke notice of the institution c

1i par uf the "r/.e.ts. ly\ nay order or direct.J t.) the 1st ol April L. F. CLIFLIN, Single horse, 2 00 your panacea may be taki n without any injury, purchase Cotton, at the highest market prire. said suit by attachment as aforesaid and ar
they:
ph L '. DAVIS PnncifalReferciucs dt do prweek, 7 00) and is u useful medicine. Yours, respectfully, WILLIAM CENTER,
:1IIf. required to and tu the d.Jaration file-!
t { Water Street, -Muj Ben Chaires, G Chaircs.jr. 110 se at Lire y, pr month, 25 00 DAVIDESIIELMAN! Oct. 15. 18;?.->0 No. 4 Berry's row. in said case appear, plead the suh
according in
1 to statute cia
New York. J D Westcott, Jr., ( S Siblev, Esq. T lahussee. do do pr day, 1 25 I The following remarks by the editorol the Stark ICE ICE made and provided. DUVAL 4 ALLEN,

R Rev Jas Shaltjn Irviagtonj4a.! Rev D Single feed G3cents. I County, Canton Ohio, Democrat, are extracted
Stmllon
and Feb. 3 18:18. P1t'INOTI
FnIESCE. dyed 26-3m
I HAVE ju't reo deposited in Ice A i torrevs for
I 11. !*'. 'VlUams. Sam! Held, Gov. Branch, Ta]1- j CIlumbul, Ga.Bridgeton Al.l..r.ellaired mitstbe paid for in advance, unless from that paper of April 4,1837. I Houst-.a full of the best quality If my Boston
cargo
: lam! ec. :, &Co., Q.uincy. J. I J.I.C | Cumberland, N. J., Ftb. 1, 1338. the person has UD ac. ount with the stables. H DUCK'S P..N4CrA.-U'e invite the attention of Company Ice and soon to receive ( EL
,
I expect
-iitj:'s. .'ol ici'llii.V.. J. Bailey, Magnolia.Vr. L. 32COUNiY J\'o horse deliel ed WiLhoUl an order f.0111 thIS ow. the citizens of Canton and the public generally othci so that families have an an- persons hiving claims against the estate

1 ; G. Pi ittr, Ai'alacl.icola. Craig k Dafhn, Si.Joseph. ---- orto his known servant._ to the advertisement in another column of this paper that they carp can; be supplied daily through assurance the whole ALL Ute James Mennie, of Sr. Marks, are requested

I OF JEFFERSON, M. D. F.j Smoking in the stables is piohibited.. Persons under the above head. We have used the article sc l.5f1n. to present them,and all persons i i' debtrdl

'Is33. 2GylFRANCIS I Gadsden enteirng will please close the gate.CANAXN. ourselves ana can safely recommend it to the said
1I -F.b.3 JaDes Persons wishing to subscribe will please leave estate, are requested to m'ke immediate f Jm
& RUSSEL.Jan. public, as an invaluable for of
remedy most the
"t. .
vs their names al the bar of the City Hoiel. G. G. HOLT dm'r.
tA MARION.WINNLR 6, 1333. 22-3ia diseases with which mankind are afflicted. Having Payment
Wm. H. Redding, Ann Jane } In Chancery. quarterly in advance will be required. The Feb.1838-27tf

j:w ': : of the. great Holioman and others. for a NIGHTMARE number of years been subject) to the INCUBUS Ice House will be opened on the first day of April, NOTICE. _
I or to an the
rilQ llfBD 1lJ.1mgmf alarming extent,
k'l sw --c-.tiike&| post-staKC, e and Ice \til) be delivered ,to regular subscribers <
Tappearingby satisfactory evidence that An. J:7'f11 undersigned ie -ifully informs the Panacea was recommended to us by Dr. Ilouck ALL persons indebted to the subscriber are r
and mile beau ,
fT :3 at I ery morning until 7 o'clock. THO. BROWN. **
himself and we are happy > have been to call und settle! their notes or
o
we
.4 Tullahassee, will stand Jane llohoman, toed, is not an inhabitant of this Territory, but made and appointed DAVIB C. JFiLSON his attorneyto entirely relieved frprn thai distressing affliction.As .- c-unts with C.F. Sibley, Esq., immedhtely.V*'
.A =:\t j7 aLM.Lfi.Ifl1dtheprtSefltI a family medicine have hesitation LOST OH STOLEN. furirierindulgrnce ran be given. And suit V'11 *'
f alrcuiy reeidea in the Stale of Georgia, i is ordeied, that sell E. W. Pill's patent Cotton CULTIVA we no in th"

.1 seaNuii,'onii/lenC'd, ,winch ,has ut FIF- the do appear and file her defence in the above TORS. He respectfully invites the Planters to call saying thai we believe it is unsurpassed. A Schmalkedder Compass, with its case, "no. commenced all notes or accounts unpaie by

I :.- T I k' DJLLAE?, payaI' suit, on or before the first Monday of July next and examine for themselves. 2160, C." the nredle altered for the variation, first day of April. K. D. CO*.

the bill of complaint in said suit will be taken C. F. CLABAUCDec //. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNESHIP.fHMIC and the case marked "Wm. R. Hopkins,Civil En- -Feb 8. 1838.->fXf.

on the 1st Dfccnibcr next. AU thorough bred' ese confessed against her, and the decree of the allahasius 2fi, 1S34. 21-tf Partnership which heretofore existed beJL gineer." A reward of f 5 will be paid to the find WATCHES JEWELRLE

4" in"M ..t this time o\v ned il Ihe 'I 1 erritoiy, wlll I court in this behalf awarded accordingly. And iiia tween the undersigned, in the practice of the er, on his leaving it with J. B. Brown, Tallahtssee, H VI subscriber has on hand a handsome "I

*.rve I gran Fo.fmher particulars<'!'pcr
ance n ml p. ig crt b'o ban-lbilU, Spirit of the weekly for four months in come newspaper March term 1838 ; To wit : March 7, It:33S. instant, by mutual consent IOIVtd-those per- March) 3, IB3. 30tINOTICE. his usual terms. He ha in fcis employ two expt
,
Tiras, and American Turf Uegisitr. published in this district. siioc, however, who have entrusted buniness to their rienced watch makers, and he assures the publi

/ .J.l'ITI'MAXFeb. Lei publication be made aa prayed f.r.THOH.1S Litllebury H. Jones, 1 are during the existence of said nmtnership, will he will pains to have their work dos'
vs > In Chancery. have the benefit of the weeks from date application will be male spare no
24. 1838. 9.'J-3m RANDALL, Judge.A service of both until such SIX and in the heat wanner.Mr. .
The liwinion Herald and Spirit of the Tim&e, true aipy, WM. BUUD, David Thomas ) buainess shall be completed. THO. DOUGLAS the Judge of the Couuiy Court of Leon Coun. promptly. B. Metcalf has resumed the Gun Smith bn

will publish: the aoovc fdr three munihs and forward Maich 3, 1&38. 30-m4 Clerk On motion of complainant's olicitor, leave is D. LEVY. ty for letters of administration on the estate of//enry sin in back shop and will he happy to site*
granted him to file his amended bill, and exhibit in Howard. late of said County deceased- ss my
their account for I.a. ',It. February 10th, 183S 23m iii that line.
unknown heirs of David to jobs
the
any
NOTICE.S this cause against A. M. ALEXANDER FREDERICK TOWLE.

$25 REV.tU.R.fNA IX week after date, I shall apply t the Judge Thomas, deceased making the satisfaction them a party of ihe to this suit thai, A CARD. St. M irks. March 10, 1838. 31-w6 Jan. 6, 1333.V **-jLNOTICE.

Y from the subscriber on the 15!>th of the county court Jefferson county for let. and it appearing to court mitOMAS DOUGLAS will continue NOTICE.
\' heirs do not reside ia this Territory to pracuse .
negro man Harry, about 30 >e.r I tars of administration on the estate of Little Berry the said unknown "-L- Uw in all the courts in East Florida acd indebted list'
to the
; estate of John A who made at Parson
of age. Hurry u from 5 feet G to 7 inches high, Walker deceased, late of said county. be and in the Court of Appeals u Tallahassee all ALL persons ALL those purchases (
It 1 if, therefore, ordered that publication made pro- dcc'd. will coma forward ant I nuke Fale are requested is com forward auii>
E BERRY
teeth
of coal bak! complexion, his front decay t tesskmul business rntrus.ed
a LIT P.fRKEI for the term of four months, agreeably to the statutes to his care, shall be payment and tboae having claims will present this duly R.J.HACKLEY. *
cd, his head well combed and int i peised with Mach 3, 1838 wCNEW in kuch case made and provided and that said promptly and faithfully atendrd to, his residence ism sutaeutkaled wilbin the time preseribed by faw2EADY setiUth.same.14th March 1838.
Tallahassee .
grey hair was well dressed when he left, is forward V the city of St. Augustine. WILLEY,Ad'llrz.
Oat id Thomas deceued d,
oftai'l ,
heirs ,
in speaking, mid not timid, wu recently DRUG STORK. I unknown d.mur the Feb. 16, 1838 Mma WM.O.FONDEX,A4'mr. PRIVATE UOARU.
I and plead answer or to complain. Marcia 17 MNOTICE.
York I appear
from McClin
brought and nstri.t. by Messrs. THE subscribers have formed a co-partnmh.i ant's bill, filed herein, before the expiration of saio SMALL family and threa or four gcntlem

lock Hughes. IbetbovorewaidwilLbepaidor in tbe Drug business, under the firm ot four months, or the same will be taken rao oojifEsso. NOTICE. A can be entertained at No-101, Vathounstrt.
( his apprehen sios and detention so that I get & Lewis. from the minutes, SIX MONTHS after be sold by virtue nf an order of the North Ad-Htit-n, allahassee.
Waddel date
tiim.if lakrnoutol and Randolph, A true cody application will be made to ib WILL
county tn.dul.ftf I. R. HARRIS, Clerk. Honorable iud ol Ike County Court oTLeon Conoly tbr Ut Judge of the County Conn of Leon March 81 3tw8 .
taken in ED W AH D They have just receivedand now offer for sale, 3 m ten or dismission from UM e4aiaiMraiioa of UM estate of county, on Monday the 7th day of May, at public .

March Si. S4-tf one door nortb of Mr Birge'i clothing establish March 17,1838. UeMkiab Ponder donated, late of said ooontv. auction witbin legal hours IWOKKOROIS, vi&: ONION BANK OF FLOIUUA.fKTOTICE til "

---' ment, on Monroe street, a geneaal assortment of ANN PONDER, Eucuuiz.EFHKAIM MARY, aged about 7 years, and ELIZA aged U hereby riven to the subscribers
REWARD. G.
DOLLARS roNDE& Ezecetor.
NOTICE. TWENTY
I FRESH ORUGS, MEDICINES, POINTS, aid .Mlccb 24.1m 33 about 5 years, the property of the heirs of PeletishWhitehurnt. the atoekrfibia Bank, that their title pPrShave

; the *"-st Term of the County Conrt of Lon OIL?, together wit a variety Perfumery and STOLEN on Friday reainc, Sd March, from I deceased- been referred for examination to CharLeS
o
AT County in tbeyeac 18.19. we shall. fancy la tides for toilet near Kernt KirkuY'l8tore, a large GROCERIES. Terms-Ci edit for one year, the purease money 1UFOnV.Eii. When rapnned upon satisfactory!

our aixrwoait aud "ou'he a"d apply' lor a final 111 ciders from Physicians,Planters and cenntry size light drab over coat, with a small rent on the WE have just received from'New Orleans to be secured by note with approved cun',. pal. and bonds will be sent to the partieS wr"Son.

flf the merchants, will left arm and both or the buttons at Ibe hip are of Bacon from JOHN PARKHU.L cashier.
&ettem.at. and di&chirgene Eueuta e. b thankfully received and .faithfully Claret Wine Madeira able in one year, wth 8 percent interest '

tate or Urury Williams, d 'cea* attended t 18-if a.arlyoff. Whoever will detect the thief and re Wine, Pickles, Whiskey, *c. which we will sell date, to Sarah Harley adm'ra. March 10
Git: .EN C'iAlUES, I W. W. WADDEL. turn the coat to J- B. Bull kball receive the above low for cash. C. 8. SIBLKY Any of PetV. "a'
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