The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 26, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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inserted at One Dollar per ,
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I insertions required for. will be continued until forbid 1 -_ __ _____ ___ --- 1- -- aaoog t American poff,andstilI
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(\I Letters establishment to the Editor, must on be business put .aid.connected withthe w\t AUP WL Qam1LUI\Y !l .il" m. ODi LO 7 aa.QM ... aft we have the a fullest reliance on the petrfot; yet .

I ism, virtue and intelligence of he great
From the Z.\nestiIe.! (O.) Aurora ly promotive of the permanent peace and aws, bordering on Virginia and Kentucky to turn their social parties into ABOLI1 ION I Madison, Monroe, Carroll., Chief Justice mass of Ike people of tbe Northern States,

Anti-Abolition Count Meeting. happiness of the whites. ((2[ slave holding States) and nearly co-exten clubs-and tb, little boys and girls in the Marshall, the Rutledge's, Pinkney's, Hen they wilt continue their aid to arrest evil

I Held at the Court House in the town of 8. Rtsolved, That we believe the colonyon sive with the whole eastern and southen .schools are to beta ugh t that the Father of ry's, Lei's, Randolph', Pendleton'i, Wyt I Cat to put down all attempts at a dissolution

Zane>ville, in the C'ountof 1\IuJCkin\ &lrn, on the coast of Africa from the prudent boundary ef said States, and divided frog his Country," a no the sages, patriots and warriors lie**, Harbour** and the thousands of other of tb Union by the ABOLITIONISTS.

the 7th of April', 1838, 'in pursuance of pub- judicious, and benevolent measures, origina. said States only by the Ohio River-and from who formed the Federal Constitutionand great and estimable individuals who happened I nlotcu That tbe colored population,.

lie notice.At ted and adopted by the great parent society, the North East corner of Ohio (by the river) shed their tloocand expended their treasure to have their lots cast in a southern portion o free wherever they may

2 u'clork P. MM the meeting was or- will not only enjoy most of the advantages to New Orleans is about two thousand miles. for the liberties of their country, were of our widely extended confederacy ; reside, be treated with kindness-and that

canized by IIpplJining!i ihe! following persons aimed at; but we believe their c.ntentment, on all of which distance to the mouth of the .* men stealers and nt throat" 11II well aa the numerous bands of patriels they be not suffered to be seduced from their

offireia ihne.il' viz: Robt. Bog: ?. Esq. their success and prosperity will react to Mississippi, lies the :States of Virginia, Kentucky Resolted That ABOLITION preachers and Statesmen in tbe Narth, the Hancock'sthe I I duty ir the community by the false and

President; Jul.n'. Bui well, William Cooper, .benefit those who remain behind. :ississippi, Missouri, and and delegates tc ** Anti-Slavery Con- two Adamses', the Franklin's. Gerry's, treacherous friendship of the A OLITION1S

Yin I'fc.id'nls ; James M. Fulton, George 9. Resolved, That we believe in the language Louisianna, (where slavery is established by ventions" who are prcwling to and fro the Rush'd, Livir lJton'., Clinton's, Sherman's, i iVbipplc't or by promises of future benefits

Smith, and Wyli* lluell, Secretaries. alike illustrious Jefferson, that "the the constitution and the laws : and on the country, receiving waga for such unworthy \ Putnam's, Stockton's, Wolcot'*, to them that were never seriously

The Court mom was crowded to overflowing two races,t'ualJj'! free, cannot live toselher in west, from the junction of the Ohio and the purposes and defiling he sacred desks, in- Star '*, who were equally instrumental in intended to be realized and never can be

by citizens from every part of the i: the same government, that nature, habit and Mississippi) lies :Missouri, Arkansas, and the tead of going to work aid earning an honest establishing the institutions of the country realized.

county. pinien, have drawn indellible lines of di.I -- west part of Louisiana, extending to the gulf I living. like other pecple, are traitors to under! which we now happily live, ought to Resolved, That the time has arrived that

John C. Stockton, Eeq. then offered th.' I tinction between them, and that it is in our of Mexico, being a distance of about 1000 I themselves, as well as to their country-and be discountenanced by every true 'friend (o public meetings should be called in every
and resolutions, which: I miles where States embrace merit nnd will receive their wic- Republican ]liberty j and the rights of man,
following: preamble power so to direct the process of cmancipa- slaveholding at soon as county so a to give an expression at home
be prefaced and supported with his usual! ; ion and depottation peaceably and in such both sides of the Mississippi.And ked designs are found nIt, the unmitigatedscorn let him have been born, or now live in what and abroad of the real heutiments of tbe

ability and peculiarly felicious manner: slow degrees as that the evil will wear off whereas, these two rivers form the ;and contempt of every virtuous reflect- ever section of the Union be may. people on he movement .

WHEREAS, wr, the citizens of Muskin- insensibly: and their places be filled up by great thoroughfare where our trade and commerce ing citizen of the present and future generation Retched, That whenever women suffer which are making reyoutiomr by a designing portioa of

gum: county in the State of OhiO, in general, free while laborers. to and from New Orleans and other ,. themselves !a be made mere machines of the American people instigated by foreign

tisM.-mbld: in pursuance of long previous 10. Resolved, That as we believe in the pans of the world, embracing also the rich Resolved That to drag before the public by artful insidious ABOLITIONISTS to hired spies and emissaries.

notice of all the newspapers printed withinour adage that there is a remedy for every evilsoare and extensive valley of the upper Mississippi gaze at home as well as in the Halls of Con- carry on their management and intrigues, Re solved, That it is to be greatly regret

paid county, without distinction of party we confidently persuaded, that as we ,is constantly carried on by our enterprising: gress and other legislative bodies, the names 1 they are not only acting out of their own ted,that any thing relating ii the remotest

having; from reports of the proceedings of cannot immediately be rid of the evils of sla. citizens to an immense t'xtent-and! that, at of retiring modest females, who are led by I proper sphere a women-but they are ignorantly I degreee to the subject of religion should b
session of Congress witnessed least ninety dollars out of hundred from intermeddle with the intricate aiding and designing men :
present very (no practicable plan having !been propo- every designing priests to abetting into the proceedings of a public
with; deep regret, that numerous ab.lition sed by any of the friends: of abolition, nor the proceeds of cash sales of produce alone, affairs of government, and thereby and traitor (foreign and domestic) in tbe introduce meeting- the ABOLITIONISTS having

. pctiiioiii' have been presented therein, apparently any of their efforts) but their chains fastened &-c. to say nothing of the exchange of various aiming to make politicians of them, is totally accomplishment of the foulest enormities, made it foxmdmnn of their principal .

obtained in our aid county, and setting lighter than before, that we cnn graduallyremove commodities, is actually returned to the citizens devoid of that chivalrous bearing which and infuriated conspiracies, not only against it appeared tb to be impossible to givea I

fottb-in an imposing manner their importance ;'t I"y colonization-a pldn by which of Ohio, as well as to all the other Statesof ought to characterize every true patriot and the pace and welfare society, which they weapon full expression to meet the case without

i by the variety respectable characters thousands have already been emancipated, the Mississippi Valley, and have done so sincere admirer of female excellence and have in view, but against the long introducing it into their proceedings.

allege to have subscribed them. and many hundreds wailing but for the necessary from the earliest settlements of the country : delicacy.Retuhed. established institutions of the country which Rtsofotd, That the proceedings of this

And believing in the very language of funds to be transported. And if no other reason existed why the peo- That ABOLITION preachersand gave them birth, and protects them in the meeting signed by the respective officers .

the notice for this meeting. that "said petitions I 11. Resolved, That we have learnt with pIe of Ohio, in particular, should not inter travelling lecturers are the primary cause enjoyment of oil the blessings of civil and and published b in the four newspapers of

have been secit-tly got up, and circulated I surprise( that the agents of abolition in this!!! meddle or quarrel with the institutions of of all the discord and strife in the regular religious liberty. Zanesville-and that the editors of the newspapers

bya few designing: individuals, to gratify county, have gone into our school houses those sovereign States of the Confedeiacy, churches, and elsewhere, where divisions have litsolved, That tbe conduct of the Abolitionist at Columbus and Newark and of

their own selfish views, and to engender and seminaries oflearning and obtained the OUR INTERESTS alone and neighborhood taken place, and of all the mobs and the riots, is not characterized so much by Cincinnati requested to republish

rtrife bad (eelings; and sectional prejudice names of many of the youth therein of both kindness and good! feeling, ought to prevent by exciting and insulting the people-and Christian friendship for NEGROES. a it is b respectfully

among) the people abroad, as well as at sexes to petitions which WPIC afterwards it-to say nothing of a flagrant violationof they now threaten to throw themselves into by treacherous enmity to white people. No tem preamble and resolutions having

home," and calculated to convey an impression -I presented to Congress, and that we, hereafter the Constitution, which. it would be thf gladiatorial arena of politics, with the pious prayers fervent ejaculations are sent been read, Judge M'llheny explained the

as to the sentiments entertained by the lift up our laws from lh.? deep sleep, in besides a large portion of the iuhab one political party or the other (which ever up for any ol those who differ from THIM in same illustrating his views at large, where
citizens of this' ceunty upon the subject of which they have been enthralled, nnd with itants of Ohio, as well as of Indiana, and II will; I make the best bargain with them) boast opinion but according to tbe hired Abolition upon the same were adopted uiianimouily.Washington .

nbohtion, very widely different ((8'1 we are the dignity- nd firmness patriots and chris- inois, are natives of some of the variouslavcholding ing "that they can be felt in the elections"thus ] -- preacher, ( Thompson and oterl. .1 Tbe V. Hamm, Esq. then ad i

confident) from the real fact. hans, let our abolitionists understand .that States. where THEIR numerous proving to demonstration that neither negroes ought to cut the white dressed the meeting in support of the general \

And whereas, to prevent these false impassion hereafter our school houses, cur temperancehalls friend, and kirdred and descendants still Christianity, slavery nor anti-slavery have people;-and thdt guns, and powder and ball principle contained in preamble and*

frm any further circuldtion and our academies and churches, ofien ivc. They are, also, well acquainted with any thing at all to do with THEIR REAL ought to be put into tbe hands of negroes, resolutions. th

credit, and to do justice to our characters, surreptitiously obtained, are not to be polluted he people of those States, as well as their DESIGNS. to shoot their masters and mistresses.'' After which Henry Hendshoy, Esq. ad

ns they may be affected by opinion on this by their lecture*, nor small collections public and private institutions and duly ap Resoked, That when ABOLITION prea. Resolved, That some of the- more despa- dressed tbe meeting. In conclusion, he '

subject" both at home aud abroad, and .f members, assembled at private families I ireciate their real characters-and they know chers and leclureis and others who have been rate and infuriated advocates of Abolitionism offered tbe following declaration of his opin

especially! so, as patriot parties, bound to for prayer meetings, insultingly attempted tobe that great injustice is attempted to be done raised under kingly governments, are found, already tell it about that Ihe "VTOMEN ions, which was adopted with remarkable
GUI country by a love of the union of the detained for their insid'ous rehearsal them and to their moral feelings rind l religious in a fen months after landing! on our shores. CANNOT GET TO HtAVEIC WITHOUT SIGNING unanimity.To .

State and the permanency of the Federal 12. Rtsolccd, That it be recommended to characters by the. misrepresentations and slan i smoothly crawling around and impudently i TiE PETITIONS THEY PRESENT TO the Congress of the United States:
den orhe, ABOLITIONISTS Moreover
Constitution, which our ancestor, thioughsuch .. the remaining friends of abolition in Musk- mounting the sacred pulpits to belch out their THEM"-thus conclusively proving, that all Whereas, your tables, for several years
of the of Ohio have
;"lorious: sacrifices have committed to ingum. county, that in the conventions to and many still people emigrated insidious poison among the Ameiican people THEIR morality and charity are absorbed in were loaded with Abolition petitions and

our protection! and to quiet the apprehensions which they' may repair, or in the communica- States are emigrating. to those slaveholding -scattering: fire brands of treason, rebellion one single solitary point, that is ABOLITIONISM which were fUO unconstitutional and trea
the Ohio
$ of our friends: and brethren in the ions which they may transmit cmblazoninp bordering and Mississippiand and disunion, supported by foreign money, -nnd hereby clearly proving, ted with contempt, and whereas tbe

South arid the\ Mississippi Valley, and to their own efforts! for rewards, in their work their tributary stieams, leaving their nu that they ought to be publicly and privately too, that ABOLITIONISTS ought to abolitionists are more than ever determined

ullay their fears upon tins subject, as also to for the benefit of the poor African, that theyuse mel ous relatives and friends behind them.- frowned down by all good men and peaceable .I have lived in the times of the terecution.r to accomplish their plan unlawfully, by causing
tifufy our bicthrcn of the North, we do re- their influence in inducing the leaders of It cannot! be expected that a people so circumstanced citizens. the Huguenots many rebellion in the slavehoHiog States, and j

folttr; and it j is by us hereby their revolutionary and I inrundiary schemesto 'i 1 living in Ohio, can with calmness Resolved, That while the old and the new I dark ages when bigotry, intolerance, ignorance mobs and domestic violence in the other
continue be silent of the
1. Resolved That we consider the manner develope their real designs, and that they I contumelies and to insults that spectators Testament& formed the basis of the good old and priestcraft were the orders of the States in order to- put a stop- k tbe

in which the Abolitionists are interfering hereafter apply the immense sums of money their are daily here poured but religion of our forefathers, the churches prospered day. ening dangers, we request Congress to preserve '

wilh the subject of slavery, unreasonable, sent by a foreign government to this country out the,moral not only against and persons institution, ; but since the new ABOLITION Resolved, That the Congress of the United tbe constitutional rights and make

injudicious, and dangerous, and that their and raised in our own, for such purposes and religious political sect has reared its bead, the Bible seems to Slate have acted wisely in one main speedy and effective laws, to put down all jj
of their of and
respective places nativity
attempts to operate upon the institutions of act as have distinguished their champions in : unestand honorable men from other States; have' become only a secondary matter-and particular, and that is, in attending to the abolition doctrines as sedition, and bring to ;

the South by their organized societies, incvr.di3rv abolition to be hereafter applied towards the cannot seriously' look at those hostile designs the simple circumstance of being: a memberof business of the national concerns, instead of sufficient pffnishnrent aH peisotw advocating

& nuMicetions, inflated and fanatical gradual emancipation of the slave, cither in without the indignation. It will, also, an ABOLITION club seems to bo sufficient spending the people money in discussing tbe same-and t* prevent calamity and preserve

agents! hould justly excite the regret! and adding to the funds of the colonization' soci- be seen, by greatest examination, that within the of itself without charity or morals, to !the tenets and discipline of the new ABOLITION peace over the whole Union, Congress

indignation of both the patriot and phil an- ety, or in punting and circulating through the bounds of the 13 slaveholding States, that constitute a |person of character and virtue as church. is requested to hrmvedi.lc action to secure

thropic. Union the efforts of an Ashmiin, a Smith, one half of the whole territory of the United well as of good conscience. Resolved, That the ABOLITION peli- our common welfare.

2. Resolved, That we believu the subject Mills, Reese, Walsinworth, an Ogden, or States lies in the Mississippi Valley, rand not Resolved, That in the year 1835 a number liens to Congress signed by a mongrel assortment George James then offered tbe followingresolution

of slavery should be kept nut of our those of a Hawks, Bishop White, or a Fre- ALL in the south as the ABOLITIONISTSwould of boxes, containing thousands of seditious of people. very few of them being whietwas adopted.

State and All other non slaveholding Slates, inghuysen and otheis, all of whom have ably, try to make the western people believe) pamphlets, tracts, caricatuies, pictures hand legal voters, and having no political respon- Resolved, That Robert Bog?*, Esq. Matthew

that it belongs peculiarly to those! States and some of them most eloquently, dcfe ulcd and on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers and bills. sermons, newspapers and letters from I sibility, asking Congress to pass unconstitutional !llben Esq. and Doctor John

where it i is permitted by.the Constitutions of the cause American colonization, and believed their tributary streams;-being closely crn English clergymen of the Anti Slavery Society I laws to break up the Federal compact, Hamm, b a commitee with instructions to

the respective States to exist; that they are in its efficacy and usefulness. I nected with the three States Ohio, Indianaand of London," were landed in the city of is i silly enough but when Congress will not obtain copies of all petitions and memorials

decidedly the best judges of! the best remedies 13. Resolved, That we are gratified in Illinois, where slavery does not exist- New York from England-to be reprinted do as THEIR leaders dictate, they are bran. purporting to be from this count, with the ,1

to be adopted; that the institution\ of expressing these sentiments and opinions, mil by the seven States of (We;tern) Virginia and circulated by the ABOLITIONISTS ded with being enemies to the right of petition signatures thereto, presented to the present
slavery! is intirel of a domestic character. that the two great political parties of this Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi Louisi! throughout' the United States :- That, at the ; thus showing the officious malignity session of Congress praying for the abolition ;

3. Rttolctd, Thit we believe the Aboli. county have united in an honest effort to preserve ana, Arkansas and Missouri, where slavery same tine a bill of exchange was drawn pay that is coupled with their ignorance. of slavery in the States, in the District of :

tmnM arc warring ;against the rights alike the public peace, and to do justice to does 'xist-and the citizens and inhabitants able to the Secretary of the ABOLITION Resolved, That thirteen sovereign Statesof Columbia, or i h the Territories ofibeO'ni .1

South (with theii internal regulations' sacredly the rights of the several States. of all\ which States have an identity and com r OClETY, New York, for 6.000 sterling, the Union to gratify n wicked ambitious ted States, and that they cause the said copies I;

guaranteed to them by the Constitution of 14. Resolved. That the proceedings of thismeeting nunity of interests being planters and ajriculluralists. with an assurance of 50,000, ($250,000) faction, attempt to dictate to, control, and and signatures to be published in th't,

ta United States,) that they are despising! be transmitted. to the. President of mechanics: and laborers. with whenever it was necessary to advance the .li_.. rrlnihiA thiitecn. ___other__. sovereign__ States._ -papers printed m the county. t, ._
'the oicrcdnexs and value of our Union; thai the :Senate, and Speaker of the House of the exception n of New Orleans and other large cause of ABOLITION in America-and is not only ridiculous.n. ;; tho extreme: -but Mr. Haver then' moVed that Mr. DavidReed
'I. Representatives in Congress, with a that the boxes those articles were added" said committee, which ;
>' constantly lighting up and keeping burn. request cities engaged in commercial pursuits. containing overhearing and rebellious towards that haIr be
the torches of discord and disunion that the same be presented to the legislative marked by the custom house officers, "IwccN- motion was
? And whereas the sages and patriots of the of the United States which they aim to sub adoJtd.
reckless of all the bodies over which they respectively pre.ide. DIlRT PAMrilLETS, &C. FROM LONDON. Eftjah Hayward. Esq. ;
: consequences to peace revolution, who signed the Declaration of Independence vertand never will be tolerated by I free
oud harmony of society and the value of On motion made and seconded, the said and framed the Constitution of Resolccd That we regret to see by the people. Dr. S.- A..Barker, and Bernard Van Home,

their propetty. and even to the slaves themselves preamble and resolutions were adopted. i the United States of America, were known at newspapers, that in the course of the last year, Esq., be appointed a publishing committee. -
Restlccd, That it to be
(in the greater restraints which the The assembly had, at this time become so that day to be upright and enlightened men, many ol' the members of the British Parliament known ought the people more, that gen the RCIOI.YED, That the Editors of all tho If[j
licentiou friends numerous that the court room could not contain held meeting in London, made erally among in this and all other ,
of public .
nes* (their pretended and pious cllri..tianl-and! were Jit least, as a ABOLITIONISTS their 1 papers county o papers :
them, whereupon it was resolved to adjourn speeches on the subject of ABOLITION through principalnewrpapers State, friendly to views of .n!,
render necessary to be imposed: ) they are well versed in the scriptures a, the men of inflammatory and pamphlets in Boston and i tb th
; thei I to the market house. in America-denouncing the this requested (a publish these [
exhibiting most imprudent conduct, the present day-and thit all our political in New York, have published to the world that rrreeiirrg- .
I The meeting having been re-orga.ized at Yankees as they call the people\ of the U. ':
most mad at.d infatuated career and justly stitutions were founded on an intimate knowledge [ have New and will have proceedings. ,
excite the indignation and horror of every the market house, of the holy scriptures, though a new S.] as "' RIflEL5.ROBBER&CUTTJIROATS." they New York got nnd England under their RESOLVED, That thii. meeting now n I'
en\i\ b'.n.d and virtuout community. Matthew M'llhe.ny, Esq., after making MECT have lately arisen. called ABOLITION The appeals: and other documents were, no Pennsylvania jtnjrn. iROBERrHOGGS.Pres't. H
contro! and that will of
they course.
4. Retolved'Vh a while we admit the general some strong preliminary remarks, presented I 1STS who openly promulgate that those very doubt, sent over: and distributed among theii ; get JOHN BURWELL, .. jj;
he States and V'F'eatsTfisf
right petition to, and free diseusHton for the consideration of the meeting the following I institutions are irreligious and sinful. Be it hired agents and the clergy in their employ, ( westt'r the instrumentality non elaveholding of the pulpits] -and W*. COOPER. ) J

, in Congress, we deny that it extends te subjects preamble and resolutions. therefore resolved that the citizens of Ohio, for the !benefit of the ABOLITION societies through and lecturers :|
: mailers which the Government WHEREAS, A large number of petitions, and reptinted and circulated through tho Post their travelling preachers tb JAMES M. \ (:
; or Ok-er general or of any other State, have no right to interfere also control the : FVTas. |u
J has no jurisdiction or. control'; !that .purporting! to_have been signed by abolitionists or intermeddle in anv waY or manner Offices, and in the schools where they wouldbe they can slaveholding GEORGE SMITH, S Secretaries.L':
residing in the county of Muskingumhave tf toler.ited. and tbe British -I RESOLVED, That the ABOLITION societies J f
slul'ry'e rvpeat.is a domestic institution, whatsoever with the civil or domestic policy. : NOW newspapers WILT BGELL,
exclusively under the Government of the been presented as it appears by the reports morally, politically, or religiously, of other boast that a feeling will be engenderedby I have mad the mails [intended by law -

Stales; respectively, and that it is no more of the newspapers Washington city, sovereign States of the Confederacy-and which the Fedeial Union will be speedily: as a benefit and not a curse to tho commu : RETIUWTivE JU5TIcL-Tbe ju-dgrr/ent o( j

competent for the people: to petition Congressfor to the present Congress praying for tli > immediate that if any supposed violations of conscience btoken tip by the ABOLITION questioa- nity the bearer of their inflammatory and : Heaven seldom fail* to overtake tirottede- 1'11''

its abolition, than to ask that body to establish emancipation of slaves in the Districtof note exist, they must be settled between them and that a division will, in consequence, be seditious weapons ; and the post offices tfs mons in human shape! who, to gralrfy a J j
Columbia and for with I the vehicles from which their calumnies are
other interferences produced between the slaveholding and the fiendish would destroy alike !
an order of nability or do any otheract and their God, and not between ABOLITONISTS vengeance tIo
the institutions of slaveholding States. And and the communities. non slaveholding States at no distant! period. made to circulate into every corner of the innocent and tbe guilty.- This was strikingly ;
5.expressly Resolved prohibited., That it is tho duty of every whereat, there is a large majority in the county Thus showing, beyond all doubt, that there United States where the people suffer them e'xprnpfified in the horrid death of one of the ;
of Muskingunt who object to being set are in the United States TRAITORS, both for *elve* tn bo insulted and imposed on. victim of the explosion board tbe Oro- !
good citizen, in the piescnt excited state of Resolved, That it i i" the solemn and delib- or .
all I and down among the citizens of our neighboring eign and domestic, who are insidiously under RrOLVED. That this meeting looks with noko, at Princeton Miss. _on the 21st uli ::1
endeavor for
legal this that
our to by erate conviction of meeting, trav
country the assemblages States as an abolition county, as has been and mining our institutions, and that the ABO- pain and regret on clergymen of all denominations mo. He was a well kn.wn blackleg; and rrt
peaceable to hired ABOLITION preachers
means prevent
und if done to her injury and prejudice. A public elling LI nON society in London is closely] connected who attempt, in or out of the pulpit, the agony of his last moments-his flesh t
of these individuals lecturers and others debate and
miguided to promulgate
I, : meeting of the people of Muskingum, of all I with and direct movements of the AB to make use of their clerical Station to fan being burnt to a cinder, and falling from br* ,: '
they meet, not t* attend their meetings, nor the expediency of adopting measures to disturb
parties political aid religious who are oppo- OLITION societies in America, who are the ember of discord or to stir up factious bones-be cffrrfessed that he was the person <
discuss the subject wilh them and in this and overthrow the relations 3'id'
; sed to the principles inculcated by Abolitionists private industriously employed in training up a band feelinghavmg, lor their object tbe further who set fire to Ibo Pinkard Hou5e. Yickxbuig ,il| !
to discountenance their dangerous, and family and long established customs
concerns '
way was announced in the four newspapers> of: of weakminded fanatics, male and female, to di.turbanct ot society, nnd ultimately a *ev and that his motive for the act was that :
disgrarelul; practices, the town of Zanesville to be held at the court and usages of the people of independent accomplish, ultimately, their diabolical de era nee of the sacred ties which now bind us he might burn up the whole city in i i'"f'j
of revenge
6. Resolved That we firmly believe there sovereign States, is the same with that the
the 7th of
house on Saturday April. nation. for the murder of his fello'iv Tb i !
signs. together as a
', a for the evils of slavery, in enJightciiing question of the expediency of dissolving the
remedy And whereas, it is known abroad a's wellas Resolved, That tho Constitution of the U. RESOLVED, That it be recommended to New Orleans True American, from whichwe I
and union of these States.
the consciences
at home that the first Abolition Contention i States of America is the sheet anchor of our all supeiintendent and school directors and obtain account, dote not mention his ,r
'lie judgments of the slave holders, and in of from all of the west, ever : Rttolctd, That there is no principle of th
Delegates parts! well all future hopes-that to examine the name. [Baltimore Sun.
ar as our examiner strictly book
the moral and influence effectedfounded morals that the citizens of community -
persuasive held in Ohio convened in the town of permits any _
was this sacred instrument was not formed origin pamphlets and tracts that may; b put It ItA
in a deep knowledge mankind, as Putnam. in this county, two years ago. And. to put at open defiance as the ABO- and school the of children in the respective r
ally by petitions signed I
ttbrth by the American Colonization Society. as it is understood that another Convention LITIONISTS do so plain a compact as that children that if become the toolsto bau.* -.-thereby guarding in due time Touching Ccly.T I
That in the of of their' of the Constitution of the United Slates they now Transcript of .; S
language one of the same kind is shortly (lo be held in the institutions to pieces-creating an against all that rffay be made by t 2t a
'tnrraal reports; that society bad its origin in same place, thus making the county of Musk- which has been in a train of peaceful and tear and our bloodshed it will require something A atempt. to give be tender account of the oltowitigifecdngmneklent, n I

the most benevolent desires,towards the cnl ingum the prominent point of their general successful execution for more than fifty years; archy than ABOLITION, petitionsiwith OLITJONIST our yotbn improper and dangerous which took place on the previous Saturday \\

ored population that it. object is. to pr. attack on Ohio. Aid, as it Is believed that a and that, too, under the wretched hollow pre more the busy simply, meddling preachers at their direction' in relation to the e.(* lu evening. A p Lb7 with her
mote their Happiness and u.efulneu.That of abolition and text of taking care of other people's consciences bade tt
number foreign preachers attempted
head, to establish; another Government as cd institutions of.our country. t a 8
It bettevet' ...can bPMbe done, by gradually lecturers are already about congregatingand and bringing every body ddwn to good as the present one is. REVOLTED, That ABOLITIONISTS are itLAtche.juLthe ie, rt-' .
separating! them, with their own consent there for that their own standard. iw of the late rains-; gave way,
making arrangements purpose enemies r
Rtsoked. That the means resorted to by the most dangerous t.p I .c a
front the white race, and establishing themin thus bold1/ assuming to control the peo. Resolved, That the leading ABOLITIONISTS the ABOLITIONISTS lot accomplishing boring classes of oar industrious citizens f precipitated into the wa.

a nation where they can enjoy those priv pie of the whole State. as a new mongrel church, have erec raising large inasmuch aa' by publishing and spreadingtheir From strong impulse'of maternal alctionthemotherstrovetoplacebercbUd.- .,
ile/res, to which they are entitled by nature And whereas, there are of the 26 States ted themselves into a disorganizing and revo- their unworthy purposes biredagr.nt. doctrines in the slaveholding State, t

and" their Cm tor's wilL of the Federal Uuion< 13 States, [commenc lutionary society combined and affiliated with sums.of .travel money ihraugtulfc to pay country mercenary to preach they give a direct invitation to the.free negroes Ibo t nine months pld, in saleffrby '

Resobtd. (With the Maryland State lag from the. States of Delaware and Mary- auxiliary clubs in every State and cornmuni I lii and and circulate far u came among us j and also.to i induce her length upon the ice, big :
and lecture- to print
Colonization Society J that we believe tin land and extending to Louisiana] where I ty where the\ peQPle permit themselves to be i' wide books, pamphlets, tracts, newspapers slaves to leave their homes, by which the ow and propelling her child before
American! Colonization Society, to be the slavery it recognised States iq the North imposed on and insulted-treacherously decoying and and labor of these classes U brotfghtinto gave way
chains whip unbroken! Her
fett with pictorial her the
,truest and matt eUcient, auxiliary of on yet
and West where slavery does not exfottptaiK innocent und unsuspecting men join inflammatory and competition with OUr oita white cilrjject srac.
freedom under existing circumstance.... Q States, viz: Rhode ItUnd Connecticut.New : in the unholy l crusade Hgainst their own ore/A handcufFs, of be most all the vJI! Rcso&fa/, That lEt be butoty of these cries being beard, many 1 awb-

That oftbe the colonization of lire people of color York !New Jersey, and. Fenniyftania{ re/-the,H/oxen, also,. from the highest, to the I. landeraua character nod low vituperation-cMtiqg upon slaveholder States, from the t of)tbe formation of the t t board*,k.dt of their
United Stales, on rbe coast of Africa did brought in and made gar epithets' S .
aqc.JUitWlI! wfore) LIMITED slafflVv i lowest ar* unhappily connectionsboth Federal Baton; attompt has w.m .
their friends and D f.
wnotoDlj) promote their OW temporal erirt so'recently-gt 1830-:'Ant 'whereas-we, the tftfortinffte irrstruntenU of discord. and *, made directly Indirectly mjr thtehiklwa froieto death on the kybewuaerhsd.k
laou aDd happiness, but fen* 10 their of Oftto,OM of said Stair*, there littery h strife In tbe different eotirmvnttfestf .* _ell) II male and (femire,in staler 8 latCJ,oVtoonntmg Jef&ron th. thirteen* sla.vtbodinf o States, to aboJiafc O, ;

wonl improvement and we view it as equal- not recognised by the C'drtitHulioQ of our in thei rrgyfar; chtirchetf: an.4 ten poUietzpoi( the principles of Washington ,

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.- .". ....- ..' .. '- --' '- ';', 4 I. V The" hafe-holders not to b .lilb'.'icdi- r By'the London paperisita'PT&IbIt0'19 i or'"t C ;. M|!)' f ayyjii. iuiiuy ?two .were
D LOCtADL-ThO !'fewbrenns l3uUetrn > *
I -- ---" -- ,I.'J You have certainly bhown a great want oTJ : t "Sa VIIDDlh'"atenmer-.bn. otTthe roasted Judges of the Court of 90010909 Pleas, and

formation, when state that this of the 10th i instant 8ayls-.tnqtberAneri-. ridttally, J ./ .. thffieVcnue clutter Presfdent the Salem
THE yea expense :5talemenoftbe affairs of the assojiatioa df11and. bjf one V Bank. X
&e. i. annual UX to our can ve l t hi* been ordered offby lhd block* |r. A'.full jf tire. Th
an be uu
Ktle, supposeSfto u >|! : council'for defendants moved
lihlcrinl. semi'mflntiahly.No a
.diiijj "uldhsa before the rbtEssex I') hre published net aJ
I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. : i I citizens -0,00 let per' aununCJiow.Mfr that there ; Crpt. Cottrefl. Sho arrived a* this v fjyj'detdiO be made if any of the Kite, ihougb'ipcedy! could.toot" overhaul tin- and the Court have taken time to decide

----- -- --- ------ I H vpryVtnaiijfuriiuii me"tcl'ou* ,.b k. pull yesterday,morning. The French, officers c,capital is withdrawn until all debts are paid. Savannah until she stopped her engine to at a special term in July.

orn.\' D. L. WHITE, and ). II. WHITE e than St. Mark', and th.t it has not a single conducted themselves with the courtesy Fotirleenperetat. Interest to be paid on s peakiier. _ _

will hold: a two ()davs melting at the .Metho- I advantage aver_ theJalUr I j>laee ; neither characteristic of their nation* Although notes, tho .specie for which, has been demanded The following article was sent us through MAMMOTH BANK. IN NEW YORK-*.

: dist tnrrh i i.1 Tallahassee on the first Sat- have our citizVff* ever. paid'oijc: cent ofliphterage f mtfr'-epted'fmercepted 'off-ths' port 'or'her ,and refused., V the Post Office: It has"meaning.-which perhaps -V The New York Commercial Advertiser

1 '.i JHV an i .Smxl.iv In June. 'from the Biy'to Si.' Marks ; nor ha! destination, she was forbid all conmunica A liitof. stockholders to be filed twice a I Itur. those guilty of the offences condemned. ,I says that the preliminaries have beena-J

'. ." ---. ----- the whole sum total. of lighterage money lion with the shore, and ordered 'ft 1! after all v -V will understand. We commend it to their justed by some .or the leading capitalistsof

p 1; The Muck.aJo of the 'Mexican ports by the (which i is: always paid by the vessel) even h her '.iper had been endorsed.' The same V No notes cia less denomination/ than one" especial attention.-Editor of Floridian. the city for a Bank with a capital r of

L French licet, imi-t lie, seriously l detiimerttato \I amounted to $5000 per annum. Ircaimeni i is meeted OUt wiibo,t partiality to t thousand dollars to be put in circulation as SPEAKING EVIL OF RULERS. forty or fifty millions of dollars to gi, iut

} \ cummer: -e in that IUaltcr. Al- ST. MARKS. ihe vessils ofuil FI't'nch'I' fJ'JIEOIId made payable at other place, ((
nations. any !
I [ Thou shah /" revile thg ids, nor curse the ruler operation under the new Bank law. 3V
.J 1 rt ady( have yi'vorjl \easels bei n ordered oT( I May 23, 1838. .el, brig Louise, fi out linrd'Uux, bound also thin t tht;, otlice where the business of the association ttihy' pt-of'l J -"-EX llu* xxii.CR. Commercial adds, "It will be a bank
I i; and conijiellfil to return to New Orlcans.I .- is conducted. Paul declares that "the that
Thecv Tampico, met with a Ike reception I The Apostle
I Orleans True American savs- will take the lead of the union-and
ClJt1d..)',' ljllj, with his broad pendant the U.A '. One Yaliee1'8"cJ., however The 'Legislature may at any time alter 'otepe.uI ordained of God and which,
Another of the Seminoles has arrived same.; ) that be are ;
powers ofa national
party i in the absence bank
:110i.tcil tin Constellation with the whole will
t o i had ihe temerity to Ireak lku blockade.She r (he act. enforces the dut obedience and ofren- be
consisting of 117 under the of LieutReynolds ,
charge )
: of tlie West Indh > : ofvir tin' L"vant have s.ijled from Pensa- be. always I an institution. With such a bank
of circulation
l low. t lain not likirg to miss f chance at speculation I amount! notes in to under New
now about 1200 assembled was given to a people living
-o'.i, I lor Yfia M/ and <>th! r Mexican ports. TiOrt art dashed ihiough blockading .' oil band. precept York will soon again resume her
l heic. a : tf whom will It therefore onward
poritui spoedilvpro the despotism of Nero. cannot -
1 lie Preside: of M, recommends the I
t 'Mro to the commercial
ionand .succeeded mining his vessel safe career as
i ceed westward, the steamers South Al.ih.una, m From tie nrUIJII\\'"' k Ailv rate Exrra, M>y 7. rulers queen of the
t t Congress and thr:; i opV to refuse the indem- he said that applies, only to ,
West the
t |'" t into FLORIDA. hanging
I and Henown, with their holds, main docks port. LATE FROM yet over her
; -Jihy dent! :in !(,,1 by tl:1'! 1'ienrh government, The the follow who fear God, and administer the laws will
I h be
and cabins all with comfortableberths Mine piper s : : B\ the Revenue Cutter ladison.C lpt. prosperity dispelled; and her proud
f': anJ i-; ist- upon coutt.-ons and kind treat- frO.idcJ PuiiONtus \\AK.-Geucial G lillf s upon the principles justice. The authority '*
L being now and lying alone tii( How-ard. from Havana 24lh, Key \Vest pre-eminence be sustained.
: r'rfiiclnen within!! ; their territor '. vested in them is be
l iueat to : ) nude to the first to regarded
api'ication -
I ___ ___ _.___ receive tll'l. 'fl moil ample preparationshave ) | yeileulay judicial 28th uli. and Key Biscayne 3d inst. arrived --
Disiiict! : Court if thi- City fur the as the authority of'God; and therefore lo
I ielea.se
; h been ; ) the accommodation ol A PRESENT FOR A QUEEN.
i i The tPfini) fi'iip (;::ET \t ESTERN, sailed at this port on Sunday last, we learn -The
I the Indians) and) their families." l of a number o negroes whom their he respected and obeyed. And when the New York commercial that
t from New Y!nk for Hrt-tol. England, on that Col.! Harney of Fort King, having says among
-- -- '--- ---- claimed and
thel fiuni had
masters from 1'loiida i rulers themselves are reviled and treated
.. .1 8th ir.st. vviih MV nty five p.sSetigit. 'resciilitieiits of flue f rtiid Jury or captured a from whom he obtained t smaller articles of freight which the
seized viilne IIf aHil of slral illll. squaw
citizen asfrfir.bled to vx itnrss her departure, Lron olnl)'. CItI ; tire has with disrespect and comtempt, indignity is rVestern carried out, is one which will be

L tvre et-timaled to niunlu'r thirty I lliovisand.Several Tic {;and Jury present a, a serious inconvenience Tliey when they wen siiiiei.dcred.: JounJ among and the wrie Seininole-rcgaided! with a detachment necessary intelligence of 160 dragoons gone and cast upon the authority, and the law which a novelty England. It is a beautiful

I: ': ; : :'icroni.inid[ her to the the want of a county jail. In they represent. bonqnet of flowers, culled from )Ir.
who it 'rhor-
Jones will
attack Sam
as ofar.! Under ihese fiiciiinstanees artillery, to ,
December piisoncrs
1830 the .
I in this
r Narrows crowded! wj'h and I jail county was We that this subject i ii
eis persuaded
jnsM-n: several are burn's Hallett's Cove
at and
down by the confined within t they vve-e healed I I as memhe; s of the be remembered, was driven to the pass garden is intended
I hands tlf Tha Great Westein hurt prisoners viewed the of
U'-I'; not rightly by mass our
hoalilu tube 7'lii-ii however, ha'i Florida about for the Queen. It was
i it, who were seamen in the United States WI/'r dong the Southern point of enclosedin
is 1320 luirtlicn.: about the li <* of'J
tons >nni: c We haveso long been accustomed -
second class tV-iatt's-2U5 f feet keel: service it had. been cOlsll'r.c secure, and l ing heard of'their cuptuie, pm sued them 'lo Key Largo. This expedition left Key i t a tin case, hermetically scaled, with a
t onr until that j New Orleans, and by the ln-lp of llie liwslopped : to feel our independence, that we seem It
time had answered Biscayne on Thursday 3d inst. plate glass cover. was prepared at the
( every
\ has two ('II .:illr's of -00 IIOIM and PUf'I1'I
: pimvr
for l which it thi-ii imp II to the tar west. The to regard it as essential liberty to speak of Lieut.
\ : cost 50,000Merlin::. Simid\ < buths, for I was illlldt'd.' Since rhel owing The latest intelligent-cat; Key Hiscayne suggestion Carpenter, and w

.. 150 jias"cj-! mid room fur 60J tons ot,'to the low stile of our county treasury, .lld application of the Genera! proved unsuc- was, that Aleck Hajo), the Seminole Chieif'V; disparagingly and even contemptuously, prepared that it is hoped it will be presented
M ''the disturbed j condition of the cl'.ful. the couil having overruled his of those who are elevated to high places
it has
4 iil. 'Th* .*vr.tL's-: but hall tht1 j-ize nl I ilu country tie'w ho negotiated with Gen. Jesup, next week to the Queen, Windsor
lh ( U'lriii, but the remained in ruins. At this day then: is not a lion. The negroes will now ienriin in lh' :I 1 with ()fPO'er. Hut this is certainly inconsistent Castle. It will be the first
shot all
1 ; iiv.-it i < IIpalwllI.!| : rendered 1 to him, had! been nosegay which
: secure ill onr Di lrict. custody( of ,ht1.lii'tir. ( until the question of with the whole tenor of the Bible. Subordination -
.. to1.(1' alU'ihiT, tllrt YlCloniA nf1SOO prSII her received from
ON'.1 followers order of Sam Majesty ever the
I l his immediate ( by -
.-Imost fU inf'actions of criminal statutes, ownership i is decided I. ,jll l I apj!'ars to us lli.it. is of the first inculcated gardens
;: : bUrl intended one principles
ton n, to ply rcgul.irlv of her
Jones the Chief of the Mickasukies. This western neighbors.
the this ,
: ac: punishable by imprisonment, and in government mciil some ceti.-nrc m
: ijf< \ ccutW YoiK HIll I.i\ erj.ool. Two 1 many in the blessed Volume. It' is solemnly -
cases no oilier punishment authorized by transaction. The ftct: was well !know thilmany V assassination is said very much to have
'iw-r bouts the COLUMBIA i .I ,v i UPOOI.. I Ire enjoined by the first command of ROBBERIES i\ NEW ORLEANS.-The
law, is ; w V( :he Senimoles exasperated the Seminoles, and we are
i l.itll'l expedient or practicable runaway uegioes ran.ong
.. bhortl sit N.'v, York : The New Orleans
t-xpei-ted Iroui; i the second table of the decalogue. Courier of the 1st inst.
:I[ and the law j is thus circunisciibed in : bflonging i plintc.is, ii: Florida and! ; teurgi.i that many of them now beg our troopsto
::0:1:1:11'; : '. (; I text which stands at the head of(this article s:-"Never wa* city more infested *hh
j jt its enfoicement! and sometimes rendered entirely and: vet they ill I' hnrrii ,10fl' ihe allow them to remain and assist in exterminating saj

powerless. COr1'ils arc sulleied) to '.vest without enquiryi giving their mast'ia!' : ; their late allies Sam Jones forbids us to revile our rulers accountingit robbers, cut throats, and incendiaries, than
.1! IrnuTioN Pit OHIO. ,
\ ( -cr.i DJNOS is
'.' On our first will bt* :found; the escape with f nomin.t punishment) and theproCJilgs any opportunity to claim or identity them. i; and the Mickasukies.The a species of profanity. The Apostle New Orleans at this time. The villains
|l'ilZC procecjinjT
of and -- -- '- Peter also of this in of all the world have
j tial become : speaks spirit, terms to
cl\.iction appear
4 of the! citizens, of t \! kiiiriim; Oliio.assembled I naval detachment, late engaged I congre-
( : .f"r IIP| pnrMi-eot| expressing theirS a mere mockery of public jU lic- The FntE BANKING LAW, IS it is called, i in Lieutenant Powell's have of the severest reprehension. Speakingof ated here, and to carry on their worls
>.. .1 :ntiments on the subject of abulition The, Persons charged: with the most heinous oflen-( l lately passed I by ihe New You l. L gi:laiunbeing ;: to IVnsacola; l', join )our squadronlor I Igone the unjust, wl.oare reserved unto the of f infamy with the greatest impunity."

i resolutions Cruz. This
a in such the both NVw ; I : squadron is detached -
J of tlios-f andve I'out cases being only m tu the people tli! VorUjand I '' them that walk after the flesh .
t patriotism ; |.ri-srT: believe I Chiefly a single morning and robbed. On the
from the
the of the whole to our
security flr the accused. afll'sllho. protect commerce conscqtrjnri -
appealance l'Olitry111
j.! I will l1(' n'spoi.dcd to 1 by' a lanje portion i iltlt'lI-1, and the
despise Presumptuousanthey of
government. day dwelling the Rev.
I tid i.'K.-ii this is option \ il'l the culprit ifhe t turn of the reader. I"i-t.ld ol {"'liii: : hing I :$ of the Fn 1 nch blockade.

; of our 'fcllo-.v ciii/fiis of the iiilh. Tim j jI refuses it and offers to t t of abolition in
spirit ( ; of I "
many parts the oilkc-r place! sufficient for his wi.ulii like peak evil of dignities. And!!, to enforce watches, forty dollars in money, and an
1 the north;liii, en-at violence! and exertion having I'l IICI'UI'tIII' i il.ini; r tao ei'luiiiiswe till in thi Madison 1 from Key West tJ Key I

of the agitators will be put forth every to ac j safe cu tuc. is compelled)) i to permit t him togo place btlore. .our I u-aei! S t tie f.I'jWII";, to I( Hiscayne, and thence shipped in the the sentiment, he says, even Angels .which obligation for 4,500. On the day following ?-

at lie is confident of being acquitted ub.I ,lr.icl, ihe t"a.r.J II in not railing1accusation 1 tI a dwelling was robbed (silver
: comjilish tlii-ir: iiri'riuts: d(& ig-lis. ttnt! there I l''lIallllllg ; pnnep: >> u'J|- Camp'it-UJor St. AlI ;tine.! I arc great power, bring ,

;, is a u:eeniiiijT) .ji'i j : ,iilrc.riy rousedhich, of the charge he will appear at com I, the! 1:1IttIIIC111I II 's t_' h iVe f'1I1I1l11"t'i''rn.' On S'liiday, 22d ut.! Governor against them.I Surely 1 itsCtmflS I plate &c.BITRNr.
i if t he considers his caso doubtful, he h is j to our litd7 1 lie' the ,>J I::IJI Mttast Taol11
will its only 1I"r I to Us, no 1-inirunge: more pointedly 1
4 exert ener-fus: 0:1: moio occasions than I
l left I Havana recalled his
being by AT STAKE. The inhabitants
: to keep out of the of the ofliccr until. ll government TilE -
the condemn the of
Jill leaders ]
will raMing
present) theproceedings : prevailing practice
peruse the term of coot t has passed.: I Tile CCMKAL: flANK L.\ 'Y. .lie left amid everdemonstration I i of Lewiston, N- Y. have thought
of this incetihi with satisfaction. in them
; Thee is al,., of 1 r'gref i the inhabitants of 1 Havana.He at men }power, heaping upon the-
and! will award a class of our community illlllicl Mcvvoik; is hue of the by : I l fit to revenge the insult offered to
? lliat: respect! and i admiration) ; to \ geiur.il louiutuir |. abuse, deriding their character and 'acts,
which they are i'Htillt'd.rc doubt not they \\ the possibility of the loss of personal cwmmerce and tin ,iies/ of I il:; c''unt. v. Out, I appoint} Kspalata; his successor, under and their United State by Capt. Marryatt I In his

4 will bo followed by iiK.'etin:s in other quarters. li berty is the strongest unl' almost the onlvmotixe in.irkL-ts ale iiillufiici'ij' by i';' tai'ii IIi aSai! : > whom: it is thought the admirable and: Nothing sneeringly is impugning than motin'.1 1 1I tHe toast at Toronto, by burning all the

j- The south have n ri rht, to demand wllicf can operate to restrain tht'mfrol .i., expressed by i the puce cupcnts, !nd pines ellicientystem I of police introduced bv i iTacon ; more common I copies of his novels: which could be found
in the and in the daily conversationof
such demonstrations of >eiiitmeiit' fiom their Ji and crime they have no character d ol goods, and rate ul! rxehinge flurluate. t v;ill l b? continued, and an orderly. I t I press, : j in townVe! have heard of burning wit-

friends at the lurth. Wo are satisfied the I Iabolitionists nor property lo lose, and they can only wIth Iketan.laid as Iui uIu-hei i by lliegreatcijinmeiii.il and quirt government maintained. ] the people; yet scarcely any tIming can dies and such like animals, but this bur
be iHeeled by a I less of personal hbcrtv.Tl.is be unchristian, calculated I
more or more
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a.e few, coinpaiar.vely; spcakin; (; in : emporium ot'lhe I Union V "IlJl.( i: .SAG.N\V1ib.jiNlI( i v N'MOKC -". !I ning ol novels and such trash! strike
I'IJ Jury, view of these! facts institutions and. laws into
I but silence on the Mihjrct. in tins p'l'jn'fi) Public i>|'niiioii ia very naiiir.illv' attracted to I bring our u
Fltll'iT1Elt'l'Ilt' Detroit I rather light business.
us as
f ; sis is <'cl'i\'alc'/lt to open, i h '! iity.! and il Jon j would r common) i to the C"IIt. ciiiiinmsiuncr.s : : to the recent (ie.ner.il Hank Law j J.JM pi.edby I contempt. It is really heart-sickening to
that iuul'di.ltc! ; Daily advertiser of May 3. comes l fieighte I
and I
: :
jjer persis't-d Xfl. will lead to results disislrous j jo to dfilt. : mores 1 l tier LC I"I.'lufl", and as it is a novel: fea with sln'ral docii'iicnts from I loni.i ("onnty.in to look into the political papers, or toi The seamen of the late expedition to
It : tin bst interests of tin American adeJll.J remedy 111",1''i Lv tin- "II't..1! IUlc III our licit atf.urs: I lieing, ; an 11111'1\.11/1111 :i J listen, the of he circle South Florida
.t people- I, 1 prison, and as tl.e! former 'I I in a State, by v. |iien it upperirs that ,h"l]i ir i to language I political ,, arrived on the 2d May, HI
\ m" was IK.--
uputi i what ita" heietoloie been u legirded arcguLi violent i is this of denunciation and I
I Indian. r!. so spirit the schr. Heroine from The
M--is-ii'i'i JI.L: <1"1TJIC returns of- s it i is bolicved:: by ifihe'I S.iginavv; : indignant on account Key-West.
.ru.'c.State Iftml'r. banku.g, we [ba1"lOm a careful perusal tbc'violation of lire Tieaty by tle: United1Stafs !i flintc.Vuli not Christians examine this; I expedition has been the Eastern coast
ficUl |
are i.ol given ft the! election' ; in Jississippi : Ullillc ', IJbl it ; Ihr linn: joccuj)3 I ol he bill upon
but it i ii ascertained that! I'nuvil-s and] ,-d}, they 11( in it but jlh' that 1 I thf '"-ncral j gathered the following ,proUsioiit. have assumed a hostilo aspn-t, ;and] I l subject, in the light of God's word, and : during the winter, in c -opera on vuvh ihe
I W"-RD aiv elected] by a >:u.ill majorily varyjV goveniniLTit 'h'J.ld! aid in the: UIrtd.ill".1TII ;; ; '1'in; iimoiirit t of tills rctptired fr civ ruila- already; t'ommitted si'Veial nuiidfr.s. The'I I I put a bridle upon the "unruly members"1 orthern column of the army-the 'last expedition -

.:. s bein! tl.e < atiai; : of th; T( nilory, it is I lull and bruited: according (I., (he provisionsf I i iI i.i! 1I.IIalt. have ealU-d; upon I ihe President I ;: so "full deadly- poison." was made in company with Co!.

& I "''v<.n !h 4idre.!, Word three hundicd.! 'J'Jie l probabli,; lat! t all United Mates .ri'ii.s s inthU iht: act, are lo br engraved, countersigned I ofth> United St itC and np.ii the (Governor II I We are not, i indeed, precluded from I BANKHE.ADand Major LAUDERDALE, Into ,

,I 1''J! JI.I.\o uoen cljsely cunteslod by both! pur- district, wili l le sent ln-ie i for sif; <; rustody u nuiiberd, i>c tegi-tcrcd. under the direction' Mtchig'in, fur ,t>olili 'rs lo def-'inl theme I ;. discussing the measures of government;: the Everglades. They found SAH
from the ofh the
: 1.t'S. ai.d I it t is i to their :intete i -t I lo ste aid Unovi I I ;aud "U'C'I i"u of the Comptioilor of the been S-igin demanded.The %t. 111 j| but cannot this be done in a mild, forbearing JoNEs on the Pine Islands, but the Indians

;. Th< Ctv-rrtftC-o! Indians have already irivi-n I that then-fore; w: have a safe, and} secure prison.'e blale. 1111'11101'/11 lo the President, given lflovv I i Christian spirit ? Because our rulers; escaped in the night-the troops having;

.%.! It-ii'x* fJ J.f tbir} hostdiiy to the whites 11\. Congress be recommend t lh.it! ; our I Delegate! in 1 The Cumptroller: is leouircd! to (h.lir lomy w.is: .signed Ijy more than three hundred I .I embrace sentiments and adopt measures l lV landed after 5t1ns t. The war seems to
f f.; "*K i'-"rr of tin-: former' SurM-yor; (I(jcniTdl. to rCIJtl'c'hum) Congress to use Let. ('ldea1ur item..oti or a"OI'IIIIO'I1.' ; may tra n.;- inh.ibitai.ts. of I lie Grind Htver country: ,-!>yevvry :I I I which we do not approve, must Jwe attribute be at a close. Lt. POWELL left his boats

i '. Uf t'o.tn v. r(' found to liavu .d 'him procure an .ipproj.rialior t l ler to him portion III United States slllekl I them the worst motives which and
I < p crc( ink in aid] of this which, from the any ( 3r body, without referenei" to p-irtv, 10 artillery companies at Key By>calne
t '-* iwjj (ti.niM'. (Jc-n. Scott has onthi-, arM '' lice of our claim te..il and the of jus the t New Voik Stale: hlock. or of such other ,! wutes (;CII. \V. I Blown to D 'ii o1i-aiii!IIdsr' the nature of the case will admit ? Must and Key West, having navigated the

i, fludrl'r. .__ _,___ :"Jtjf'tC wil gi altd.\1 OI 'x-j,. ciiculattng note of dl mf1i cut denoinmahon.s ition, that (the Indians should tic paid;I epithets? Must we hold them up to the them. Acting Lieutenant InfllWiB

Our .run >;'inidnl4'St Maik.s," appearstr i 'ils Grand Jury have ascertained, vsith, I I huch stork I lo yield an interest t "'" atl t for their land* in specie, h.is not been jeiformed. :I world, and with them, the nation theyi the only officer accompanying LieutenantP.

4i v. 1uU: "*n uiubra c at unr iriti.nks last I It I regret, that the vice (gambling has prevailedto l I. aat live per cent per annum, and to be taken I i. represent, as objects of universal contempt to this place-the remainder having
vv'!i-U! 1--1 aivi. in tho diff'flllt by tins Conipuoiler! at Us value.
town iie. fearful par
onJl. a extent in .ibis county dining i the I TilE EXl'LO.-IO.sj Of THE UKONOCO. I ? Host. Recorder. returned
: I !'lJ04fkriH'r.\ jj' .. 'I'iue circulating notes al"ov ; snentioned.' to North.-Ptnsticola Gazette.
f havj no interest j in j -and
; : 11. \jltl (n.I'lril| ', that it r.pifill's| to'*' The following l'artl'uoJrs! ciincerning this
!t 'iihi pi ire ipotft from art v of f out I'illz"ns;, I II a growing i : III, less than thirty indictments j[..*lt.r being executed< and siyued l'llhu I>'r- cx[e\lo.-ion show it to have been tnn<'h more: I Editors flitting.-Jumps Watson Webb of .

II ii but an.iii n;>> ih.it -':iu t;: point may h.* fi'\- for tins olienre have been returned during L Le I hon.s or associations icceiving them, t', l lie 'I'ttul lo life th.win/ l reported and produced : the Courier and Enquirer, started for England NICELY CAUGHT.-A few nights since

f'll! iip'iit fr a tuliirerity.sill": Kcaporl of Md.J'l the present term. I i i made payable on dcmatid at their place of by exactly the sam ciiminal negligence, or on lh. Sum in iho "GreatVeslern.,"-
I busmen within the State and loan and I \ a thieving rascal enterd a house in the upper
i In :I. If I vv h-.ive filed in mr statements' I seems that a company of gamblers have ]i to reikhsm hardihood, as in the case of the and James Gordon Dennett, of the HeraM.' of the
:: .' ithjfiJi.! ""u j.i f-o:4tl.ti: --tin of f information d.] periodically at the conclusion of the lahl cLitlrt : ciiculate I the same as money.Upon llo.-ellc: left lot the same destination on the 1st, by part city from the front door

, lived fiom tb.i! tcn" .ted in the several location resorted to our Comity, where, after spending) : iifo.sal of the makers to redeem Mr. Firman, of "'hington, (Ky.) was a i I tho "Sirius." This is not the first serious and commenced appropriating divers

i ; f'c.s-gn.itvd. l Hot Yo cpresume it will besitisfidnny I the entire vacation in the fraudulent, illegal I, I Ilcr notes, (he Comptroller is i lequired to abin passenger on board the Oronoco at the difference which has: occurred between the goods and chattels to his own immediate

:J : Nlsfnvn, tint more than 5 tlions and corrupting piacticeof gambling
and ollnrs! i i. roniiiljutcd! for ter swindling; the hands, to (the icdcmplion of the: protested /wo/m/'ofld/gentleman entered
> iiirly lighter imprudent and unwary 011 t there were about eighty pas-enters in the ) Smuggling in woollens seems going on I ? a stranger,
I n ;f, &4- ., und thut: Mini'! ; of our stateimntswere of laige sums of money, depart: "lilt tll'ir'' note, giving due notice in the public p.ipeia (' tILt)1 and upwards[ of one hundred on the i pretty extensively During the week be- t from the back door and "set up" in the

t, I con ccl. .' ,lisriinsi ,n of the >ubj}*ci I ill gotten gains only in time to escape the presentment of his intenlion to do so. deck. I fore last $ 80OOO worth of same business. While both were pursuingtheir
may pcihans! lo'id 1 : to li'Micfiri l results. of the 6,ansi J'iry at the next term.Wo One hihiof the wholeamount of kuch hill The boat had stopped ((0 take in threepissengcrs I were seized in Boston New avocations noislessly and ia the

; Orn Ur.ruan--> : !. Downing, our Del- rccollncuc to our magistrates the I or notes as may bo issued may be :t'CUH'dh : : -a gentleman and his two sisters York and Baltimore. dark, they. accidentally came: in contact,
l!ict rigid enforcement of the; law transfer to the Comptroller of bonds and i ,
: } and while for this
upi.n ,
catoin Congress, unwilling to remain under ; purpose, thinking he had 'woke up" the law
V. ..; tlie unjust sni'natiuIis of Ii-tler these I vicious persons. They are rec( g uzedby moilgageH upon real estate having at least I which was at least hTlee.n minutes, there I Professor Espy, of Philadelphia, has ful hard commenced
owner scuffle
t anonymous our law as and the suctionon "\ix cent interest of! the State of .New been a
V writers, published in two of .the Middle Fbi per was no steam blown off! Mr. F. was the lecturing on Meteorology in the Hall I IofRepresentatives
f I crimes i upsetting chairs and tables and raising
act 18&J, directs the York. '
paiticnlarly only cabin : at ihe ;itnt>, Ijut at Washington
iila pipers: accusing him of hostility to a.Sntc passenger up ant City. such
mode of a tremendous racket the
prosecution Lli'f the, magistrate, Such morlgMges' ; to be improved, tin returned his stateroom from the pro
: 1 : GuviTiJinent in Florida] has tfivrn tI S upon to boiler His theory i is, that wherever a storm commence
positive ali \lraIlCe, to the contrary. The folloivinz we are persuaded that is only necessary to incnmhvied! lands in the State woith independent deck, when the explosion look place, which) whether it be in New York or prietor was roused, he soon came to the
f t of apply tlU remedy within the power of the of !bnihhngs, double the amount foi was iminediutely alter the boat had scene of action with a candle when the

; f. I, ) Mav extract, fflll/1 Cu a).letter D. we dated presume WashingtonDili will set civil nuisance.: authorities to rid the Community of this which the y are moitgaged, and within fifty or sixty yards of thc| put right out, ;'; given Washington period,, and very according soon after to, distance within a free-booters, discovering their mistake,

r tc! all doLlits on lio! s.uhject : Oar Delcgato Such mortgages! may be re-assigned, nnd hand shore ascending the river. Our in* I I the wind ,,p made off leaving all their plunder, lDd
in from
V? writes :-- us, condu..iol, to award that trio exchanged, from time to time, foi olhers lorniant says that he is confident there \vt-re commences blowing every escaped. It is a real pity the rascals were

'i j *. I su.toa] the vviiler of the letter in the bute which of'respect he to His Honor Judge Handall I, equally good. from forty to sixty persons thrown into the point of the compass, towards the storm not allowed to make a, "Kilkenny cat'

so justly claims from the Grand Ju Such stocks bonds &c. failure t to river of this number, only tme with which thus becomes the centre. He .remarked
'. Ap.iiaehu 41..IZ tie, know he was slanderintuit' of Leon ( upon ; IJrukenleg. affair of it, and use one another up.Pica --
fdr his
,-I" .-r\o Malt who knows my coors ry 'onnty. courteous and pay the notes, may be ?old at auction by the reached shore. that the columns of air, &tc.,which *
: ; judicial conduct extended) during its session I, after ten notice. The deck covered with the rise from the earth become colder degree lme.
roud! an tui-t.ik-j ir. otherwise I him \%''ilrll"". in the discharge of those duties which the Comptroller days: vas dead and I one

; I promi!>i'd: lie juople of Florida that if a majurilv I sacred name of his profession and the The plates dies, &c., to remain in the dying; and he is confident/ that (he number : from every hundred yards of elevation STRANGE DOI Gs.-The runaway negroes

ir; : wished a Stuie. I would he governed demands; -and your Juries wish that he belch nm ii. Comptroller's custody.No ul lives lost is not less than fiom seventy lo and that when at a certain height, in possession ,of, the Serni

h v ihcir wiihe! o;-and my enemies an judge tong live to enjoy that seat, whether it is ) notes to be signed to nn agercg le ninety and he supposes much largei.-..National there is an expansion of the column, &c. whom Judge Buchanan of the DisU'Jd! .
amount above the public debt: on pain ol rive Intelligencer,
of my buMfh ofa pld e only by i llu-ir own I, Territorial Stata Government.
or bel
: Court decided g
II t tIY! would not so -jud *j n".. Now, I A similar expicssion of feeling would years' imprtiomncut, $5000 fii\ or both. Frnn i uuli American Vdilyclvt'rtiser.- SPEED IN TR.\VELI.ING.-On and after a few days since to

.t: HIII (loi' H St air. l ly <*oiivii
nlso-1 huve said ,o to my friend-; : in the Sibley the, United States Attorney for the stock of each association should not be less Americans never learn to have some discretion "the train of rail road cars from (forcibly taken off on Tuesday night.

Hast, vvjih u'"n xurh .i urlraliol i is un Middle District, justly acquired by his untiring I- than one hundicn thousand dollars.; ) some decent respect for thom
popular. I now dec!,ire to you that 1 will industry in tie discharge of those duties A certificate to be tiled :n the Secretary) their. attentions to strangers: after all time experience at foui o'clock instead of three were placed aboard and all the Indians

lisa all my "little"; "atltICt to" enable the belonging lo his prof.ssion, accompanied with of Slates office, specifying they have had: of the insolent returns This, rVt that werfc to go on her, except about
four. has
Territory: at the eailic to The name assumed to distinguish such that arc made, quarters past change been stayed
uv t pus&ihlo period ihiatdeportmentofmanncr* and legal acquire most especially by fifty-when an officer,arrived and
bfi-ome a State and that I am convinced j monls which his respectable office is so justly associations, and to be used in its dealings];; E Unirlishmen, for their hospitality 1Vc have made consequence ofa new arrangementin the proceeding, an injunction having bee

note of its vital ncccnsliy. I am hO"ever, entitled. Also to Samuel H. Uuval Esq. in any placevliuro tho opention.s of discount now u recent proof of this folly. Cupt. the line of travel between Richmond and: granted for that :-The negroes
: \ abused at lite'same till in the East for wishing the Marshal! of the said Middle District: of and deposit of such assosiahon. are to Iotrryall.hu camu to this country with no New York. On the 1st of May, passengers we believe, are now in custody. We do

': h) he a iSlaie, and with you for opposing. Florida. Your Grand Jury now impa 1cl- be canied on, designating the particular city other recommendations. but that he bad written will leave Richmond at 4 o'clock not know who the in .tbes

t it. My r t'.i show my couraH.-"} led must express before returning to their' town or village ; some dozen mm I Is, in time way oh' made., A. M.; breakfast in Fredrcksburg'reachBaltimore were actors of the
W The amount of the capital stock of such Affair, nor have we beard the name
Wit! those editors who fiavo'made the accusation ::7 homes, their high consideration and respect: has bet u com led and fuasled us if he were l the same everiinp; ; take the ,
associations und the number of allures whom it chartered.
of hostility to a State Government, for him a an officer and a gentleman, claim, into omo prodigious: ganius, or a dutingusbedbenefactor 'night line steamboais for Philadelphia; boat, or by was
which the shall be divided
coinn.w--: i4f4u.t-ljortu and 'renter: ed at our, hands the of ame ; of mankind. He goes from Mm Picayune
by prompt Discharge | arrive there next day at day light, in full t
The and or residence
justice to our Delegate It U names places of the dinners .
enough his und of New
duly ; Li. otutioii which York
suppers to Canada
imjH/riuni NPiANf- L.uoiD."r
tat w&"si"S"tu I' DaAYTn .I
time for the boat of
.New-York ,
constituents und the number morning
hare-holders ot hare
at urn East held
censure biro hit ho ds in its < und'there '
the final of the nukes occasions IV
sontanco to show his !
hand. bqdy
vu- 'd"r.i iand. "
thhta.frvr since. .\ ,
course. (or they:a re oppoitd.toit; but did law in his is by each of them respectively I and reach the,latter city for dinner. .duy a
wo couttHnp'l
and American
prudence i
f i I gar feelings, by giving 0:Indiia .lila ml i'.iiii
Dot befcro such injustice would.bo. 'dojio dim humanity tempredith tliu The period at which such association *lull 1II1d/ uncalled I, .- viaIl"lJrI\Y'on' .r
accused a
,to wholly Tor in conipli- oJ
und .
xtOI A slave of a ouruU'-f ( P' 4l
: thepropertyoagentleIan negcuaa o
d of the and terminate. ]
joraturc. he and the
i by hlri .pvcn.jf,. ujl'y.clemency ,and protection hauL to u transaction particularly offensive IIIOSt14obn (
Marylandwaa lattty. )rcibty, takenrom Kinky/EIIq. a' dcnrkd, tbem, ))0 !
dice Such association shall have to discount .
c a'old'i! forrcprf: ? scntative, of bis o cic.I power in oui citizen, aDd, bich .meiited no coin .
t bills notes 'and other evidences V his custody ,Sateni} New-Jerseyil tie o Jjt'Jtel
.SAMWLPABKUaL I Foreman. of I plimrut. ils ; \
for honori IUntr '
.$In. KniTon*,.J n' our : and V K ) : 'Cuptuin : .-._,. ;,,,,!ittu$,, fvhileih* Ind lu&j P-.'PItNfl1aeq
), Citiirilitc'nRrt', Win P. Craig. D 0 Wilson, J debt ruce'ive'deposites, buy ell gold I Drew and h'* bun comrades .who cut : brought an action for: spass.b e .7T |Tr

"p'o.nhr.uhj: d"M Onp.,JVn. hl' I1ettr,1i W' Uanncrroan, \V. W Hart;;, J'fhoJo1n silver,'bullion, foreign coin and bill of exchange the Caroline:" oui U S.' Circuit Ccfurtrih and for'that State,; in. Uia&eaUlo, !wf ciija to **?1
n r"U nlf 1 ,J1utoj. I.alker loan real and I V : Uta.. A.qegiO;,wojaau,waa lefj G ivp*!.l '* -
trld on
F.Trotti money personal the Judge Baldwin sidin. The Jafy'jre
i dKnk, < 1' IG'ah''t. ; II Ut. By. by, we have seen someapecdoteol pr $
.{ 'h .b!tt tUe"d r Le Q 10'Jut I l > i>mbry. Lione Flctclierrtaialjjobi security, and to appoint and remove their Capt. MusrrjaLI'd..dventurea in the. streets turned:'verdict. 'of :guiltjr agains'talrthe. and JF.t! ji. ,iftftiubpat eltpiiiiaidi.s I pacingbjr i IGbSh4ItY'lookjier p ?.J

;I atof.l .1cir M ,, WhtWJU officers. of London, from which we. ;would "dCfUIfltS't14 OCCACOAH'' The cfa'vk'JL..* .s .
"I "! pl"t. f suppose tiM'qn.F <> Ju.l
$1. sti6ditit bbJ\(1.1I b- T' ', Icf's; r .Il: Tlma5sO'dai9ii may increase their 'num- that bravery :r bai oo ..particular; .attraction* $i IQop. .The d. :'h1 lfu 1.1 aj'i t \kW f\-;
; : : .i. ff.DfJ for ;W f 1 red bera. and. .capital ot plcRsure.i tVV,1 for.bim. ; 11'rfl'\ ik 'JPpMF; animn&,DeA T" l apIZQ'UW
i t.d 1 .
1 I wtss.t .t' t 1V. 'C t I 1-t V w. 1 & PO ._ .w.e "P maPJ1 pq. r ,,.l? rC eOA. '

ffCJ .1 t : ;" 3 tic :,. 't'c 3 r V1i f.. (. 1 fort m1.hirDpi ts .'ll'i't fJW fjl.d ,t'7'1iirrr .. !,


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M y 11. ,- .1 -:- by rel-evm the air vessels of the lungs from tie t- Jr -

DAYS LATKU: FROM ENG ICE, ICE, ICE. OTICE7A .incus whtrrfvcn-slisht colds! willrecisl;* hiehifn td I ti'I

VINE THE uV Ciibi.iij.to tli-t Ice C .mp" ny arc re- LLUX I5LAIII of the County of AmherM,, >t lemovfd becomes hardenetf. and prcduc sih.a HE SubjcnbeV has just fccelfcrl and "is

LAND. que<-t.d lo UIM-I at the 'U 11011 Room if It. 7.II 2 V rgtnia, died! ni the j car 1815, test-He, and dreadful diseases. Scurry, Ulcers, and InvetTHte T opening a" general aisortiant of DRY now I fli.'ROBET HUR.wr. dftl7 auh.rjiJ

W* arc indebted lo the courtesy of C ipt.Vaitr 1 nklej'1 (ill U 4'dne.sda-next, at 3 o'cioiU h P. \J. in Irs vill mikes some prntiMon for his son, Jas.J. Sores, by the perf.ct purity which these GOODS, suitable for t'-e season. .LV.I.. byusto ottl *aojramact aoy basu.es

\ of ill- packet iip Knglaud: for 1uI- Mit i; 4J B'air. The Mild Jameva*. at the date of the Lift PiiU give tm the bio. d, anJ all 'the humoars';; ALSO which may be eatJIgovappertaJniogi.to..: he firm
H "
rjcorbut of Manaurg & -
18th will iu t IK living somewhere thcsouih Krnpti and bad complexions, by their A few ( .ga -
i"tipposvd in '
nf fashionable
th 'rAptU iri- cases HATS
I.iii pnpeis to < <'v<'iiiuj: alt-rathe CLICt the fluids that fled MANNIiG &
NOTICE.r.UBI'.N but tans not b'vri heard trom opnri the skin, do wt .
mice September do BOOTS SHOES article .
on" If superior *
The r.t: !anfl was bmrdrd the morbid state of which orc ions: all wnpti P. .- any which mtr b .reIatlT
rliiMvc. is nuthnriMdairciit ) I 132. Should ll.is. in'-ei his ur cunie. to hit A Aew doMn
SCOTT INq: my eye pairs o( Ladies Fine Kid Shoes.
flock! Mand, on Thurnlay, by a pilot b.at, ilu.i; K mvsb -cnei1 from t 'n-'JVrriiury. kn'.wled be will Jo Wt II lo return to Virimairihwiih complaintsallow The, cloudy, and othor disagreeable %VM.. H. FRAKC1S. to each ofue iadjTidiifTy.A AYN1i ING.--
jjndlMT letter bag and pas en is were put U.M.H. W1LDCII.Mny /( ; m I if lit-be d< .id, hs relations, here will time omplexiot.s., wi'l effertan use entire of these core ot pi'N Salt fra Rheum very short Erysipflas. eiay OlH, 1000.CANARY.
<,n board ihr steam boat Rhode I-l.ind, airittd ,- CC 42R b UiMiktuI to anyone who will w y tto I'OLLY and a striking impiovermnt in i b. clearness, BLItI) SEEDS. ,: __

tlii- morning. ( apt.tinVnite bud tinI BLAIR, ni .4nilierst C.nirt boumr, V*. ; btatingw ot'I e skin Common (JoUI. and Influenra, will HEMP IMPE AND MILLET TIIASFJAY
HOE'rTGER hen and where tic: tin ml 1 Kr. dc.TH ,
forward in Hiniripatioti AD. al-vays.bc ruredi.y .n' dose, t>r by two, even in For sale byS1'EWAItT Una indeb'rd to me,by note or boot ac-
1np.s 1' our iUMIM RATUR ALL
| < papvis
I %m roiossor of ITIusio the u ors. fanes. !'e1e--as u itin<*dy for ihisn.onti'istre BARNARD.). ; contrjKtejitmy Coffee IIonMLam, >

i o! his own annul j through which attenit.tii nnHANKl'l"L I J l"r the generous jiaii.inpe rcJL Will t ip will aniizxid, of Alien Blair, I'ec'd.ITTl.e llu. *ipjc and oV.iiMaie, mila-ly- the Ve.'enV: May I2h, l"B8. 40-tf btm ('sCon 'r) >>eqaMod to cnll A;!,SCUJ the.srnewiLJohaRda1Cso4

I wo rrcmrd them eailv tins' morning.Tin <%''ived Juiiu tin vvin'r B--HS-O i, rosp ttlullyinioriii cdi Ors of the 31itIe-dm'vjsl Journal, Life PilNdeiter\e a !Iis! inct and cmphntic r commend.ition. { who i* afaflttrned to

Erplat.d has on Imaid 150.000foi -> 'lie ('It.zt-mis 41 T-illalia -C'1, thai he will .illai.astpe Walehin.in, and il.eT.iHalias-ctl-- it 1 is wet knon I m hniulrid< in this NKVV GtJOUS.K COIL ci the same, on or I eiwh l.4.i'r"d' ty f( Alcys

I >0 and
Priaii-, Ward $ King, : IL.4.ZJ> as usa-U on INPMN.O*- tin ircoiiniiy |lI.e: s, arid f.a iwarJ tl.ur accouuu was LuiiM-.f alTlictcilvth I this <*ntnp'aiiii' fur upwar LRR t KIP.KSEY beg leave to inform their JAUES STP.WARTV

] Uulkrr&Co. Fll IE, LIP Enquirer e.Miy Is ol l nrty file yeas, aid iba he tried in Ta>nivei'v customers an.I the Public in general, thai May Ir 1338. 3-tf

1 The 1 .itp, ] Arcadian, Jones, fiom, Liverpool mitt] \\.il a's' i tune Mich Pianos asaie, out of cutler.I'l 't'J 41 6 _ ipmedv presc. ed 'itimin the who'e! compasno thy have just r-cuvcdf per Ergs St. Afuks, Billow
this r.-Jjtk-n to ibm wildy ( f mo .Mj>-ie a! ayr 'rs de.U'diuai JUST'5ILTElYEIi. : the Materii Medi.-a. IJt, Itutveve-r at length tried ii .Schooners Ch.irles, from New York, a general CHARLESTON. *

for pint, in onleitaincd into Matl.tra 1 I M,c old < 'ouit i i lloti 1. YF.1IUN1)lEIUNCESFreiiehQui- j the medicine w hich he' now utfcis'. the pu'ili'*, and ) assntmnl of DRY GOODS, Boot, fchoesUoiuuts Schr. AMAZON, Capt. KindMlwiIIfe,
< which fcJis wore put O II Us, mC. Ai 'onj; w hich, are *
he cured in shor hare qoick desj atch. For -
nine, iu'p.i.it': .A' Ct.ttv .in.l .v.umie ofMor was a very time, ufer his ricovery freight or
the 24th Match, haxmn thrown CCVE: arc authorised to announce h id liei meed I but French >atii> stripped panted Muslin, X apply toTAFt
; on Iniie, ami :i gtitt ;ml ast >nn.iiiwf: Tr n> h ain n prmo; not only improb ;, passe;
m -ilmaid tlir '<* btind ret! tons of lirr car o.Tie I'.iiq -liar :M cn I s.mj.{ as a cmdidle to teprcs IIg1iII: Climu'a's.. Twelve .Mahogany Midicine H'isoliiielv! nir ().4rtilI| e, by an) human me ins.DlllKCriONb do J irunrttu dodo HOLT, 4.. CO.

: / .4 tutu nnj Kd.iilnirj, wi'h the C')M.luam nt the C. niity mI! Jederson i i the S.aie Convent Clio s, ai.d a lirzc supply ol l Uiu s, Me>.i-incs, FOu UV2.-Th proprietor j do Wiiiii PI:nd Satin Stripped d. &. Checked do. Mty2J, 1833. 94f

Cii.mls luxid drtineJ for CinatU. t .11. Piifutm'i'. &.C. &.r. Tor knit- l liv j jWAunr.L the: VFGETAULE LIFE I'II.LS does not I'o:low the La.e _
.t, > I M.y t6 42l1Ol'ii' 61 do do Cambric
I.IVDOLPH LEWIS. merccna pnctice of the ,mirk of the inpers
of : : jan y day, A CARD.IIESnoscrlber .
s-.uleil fioin I I'uitMiiouih on the IM %AC'UA. M.y 13 41 id w isimg .us to take his 1'itisiii l.ir. e qu ntitiei.N 1'laiJ Sttiss .MuslinsEnglish

April A I'll!:Sll i sdi.-plv ..,tiln- .,bo\i- \a.u ible mediB. i good medicincan f -.i.hv; I e > required on.I American Psints. tenders his thanks to his !late

7ho latest :Nw YoiUadtifi's nt London c ne ju .tiecived. Tor Mile 1 hy LOS'i.O '1 hese 1'ilU ar.- to betaaeirai led tim-every night Furniture Chintz IIL patrons whi'e proprietor the Floridian, for

lli 25ih March, 1 bh St. Andirw, n\v.\ur & IAUNAk1). X Tiun s lay llip IDtn tni:., tCtwctI Tjillahistcoand j for a week or furitmiimt, according t > thobdt'njcy Enjjiuh anti Scotch Gin'ams'1..Mourning the promptness with which a majority of them settled
\vrr'- o.: M..V a; <-2 Like Jackwn, < n the in id haling of ihe di.-i .ibe. The rsual do-e 'n froii 2 to 5, a> French Muslins their accounts, -A small number still remains

uiin h sum. td 'll Hohheau)
\; Tlie IKMXhv tli* >'t. Andrew wasp FOR BOSTOX. I .ig: t>ev.< nl) toe: >, tile no'.e mttIinst t Jiin s icite per 'ha should be.-m with but tw.i, and in- Silk anmi i Ci tton Fins do of 5nitt nton.: or forgetrutaesa, (o which

ih'Micil' in: ''hi1 London tn!.rnitii; p-ipor: ofI ,f _, 1'HE Hn Lucerne, Capt Ravx S1.ears fur Tilly Dollars, d tie not ne >lei! ted, which rmmiseag the nitureofthe c.iieiniy quire ; ihote Corbel s mmediate attention is respectfully requested. The

I.ci'. ill haw qui k dc-p mint. For note is |p iid. One not<- ag iinst U.ival amd Hutihini more robust, or i f very cos.i\e babi:, may begin Ladies w hue couon and silk hose ndividaal I sums are small, but thea' regice is con

I it17th.I Tin* iic\\n Intl liulr.1 inloitnaiion, : ; fri iglit ''r }>.'*, as'a| j>ly io tl.e C.iit..it l.-r o.ic huinl id dol.tr!! dated il.e i7ili d.iy of w ith 3. and mcrea-c to T, or evn 5 pills, and they do hack: do siderable. Gentlemen wishing to make remittAnces -

< f ill' linnl Ki'-K-up ) ran d > so by mail in current bmk notAs ut the

1'4lsJ'-I-; 1' l 1't. I 1-l.iiid., ill-, caiiur! ol t Sutln r- DI7TTOX i& rlsiEn.MI aj.ainst;: Jt.a'i' U illn. fir Ti'te n I) .It mrs. dat.: flat patient in their further use 'Hi s 1'mhL SuittCtintCs Alusquito \eiting (blue, crecn, and while) risque of tie! suberriber.-Direct to-4 Win. \\ilson,

l.itid. inn! Ins i.tliMiipt to rom.nit smrHr. iicolltit d, mil* a'jHiiiil ti. II. C 'iiitnev fol"iir l occasion sickness and vimniting though Very stKiom ciuperur Fnn- black Ijombizmes.Flinch allahassee! Florida" ns he has no connection with

d 1 ..ILr01, e in Itivo: nf 1 1' //. Berry, drawn 1.13Stiio.i unless the sto i.ach is very foul; this, however, maybe tIP) Cirems.ian the present editor of the Floridian.IVM.WILSOX.
Tininmiiin 1 ;! ( Iii flIi'II' publishes! (Jon YOU \\ in \\ tiic'i is ,iK< I'.ud, the .uiiiiui.t m t re- cm-id red a favorable synipio: us the patient brown and white Linen Drill

SQ1:'$ J tfl. r to ( "(,I. 3 1 "he*!, GovernorS rTHEP.n UfUvili, < 'npt. ThompATK I ol ct. d. ;.in l o tun dullar:: tm.'m, one five d lila r will find Inn.self i.nce rrl-eved. and by perseverance Biown Mr.rtin and Sheeting Tallahassee, April 23th, 1838- 38 tf,

:ti Il.eJljM< lit) til'1) flllijort of tll' U !lK'tniiiiUi'tl *""", i'I' .' 'i.m. ilt. '
41t i- I ,i' 1 tl h; LiTiials.; ,iid I yam i.11I i. I ,, t',u'i! sit t 4 11.1| Pop t, Vir in n. to land lit Dirk, with a tiih. r '-1.timer pa," rs not now 10 "!. 1' lioins, an I never "iv- | am, i.iilos I te| La lies flue straw Florence plaiiPon nets BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY.Q .
) encerI'o' trc'Rhi 01 imaa e, re o''ec! t-S. A'.l' person* i'for'.v.irne.l fn.in tra- I.OAil Is ate cry much encumbeemJ They le Gentlemen and bojs pal o leif Ila'sdo :
miy subscribe'
> dtiri tit.i timriiN 't! intt'icsl.'J ajii.1 U- io ihe Ca 'i'a n 'n 1 b ard '-r in lie und->,:pnfcl din tin ali%' of M'H! n.itcs, us they arf nmrlyulpaid : taken by ihe mo-t deh.Mt'lem ile* undo.- any cir- Fashionable p'am' drab Hats &I f\U forms E the citizens respectfully of Talla-! inii. -
1 IK CltKuiirlf iiKo a MMV ilifleipnt!$ %iVI '1 1Ii I I.il'tfl l is a ItO vc a 1 and can ace'im'mtto-' by time diawcrs. I Wil ne a ruisoipnli revxard jrntatc'S't is. hiwerer, reconvneiuled, that do do calUkm Boots ha'see anti vicinity that he has

hi) tJi'ii. Soil1-! piociM-dinjis fiom lint olI iljt. f.t ecu p'v' -S. II ITN, having ji.ui ol her cui.in {-> any person wh' vdelivrr|| the' Pocket .lose ia later priothofpre.nincv.stiomId takebnt io! do do Pamjis commenced Ohs manufacturing, of

I i.iiuii I Ilr.u!, aud < om$|>limuiK, linn ..n ilv k., io a-t.! J hi i te i day.. U >.iknii'l ronur.ts: l'> niror, to A. F. Dnval. Tillal.as m one ata tune, and thus continui to kep the li. wen! Ladui do, (fine kid do do Brogans Boots and t-hoes m this city, in.
T U EKTTU.N. >re. THOMAS Si3IN.( open : and even two ma v be liken here the patent Slippers the building
tb -
: s' ii' in the l;il! 41 d'ne
42v-2 li) nntive
li'JLr"; __ ____ ____ May it tery pill in a solution el two Fie-ic' & Cook, oa Afunroest where he prepar.
i\ < n we iiI -< i iii I lli.- Mali >f :hin in tab'e lull of I inf.uit
FOR MJ\V YORK.T11K S'I Itt YEI) spoons water, may e given t> an Also a ge.ieial assortment of ed to manufacture all art.clesin Itis line of busimss.If .
tn t4 t hlp Jrclni" that iraiM in tt e fo'li.Ain,' iosea! tei sp-x.n full evryt
ru'.i antn
: < SADDLERY.Carpet lia'gooil workmen in his einplny, and willvarr
1 firular pu-Kit 15 j n Llirillli Etc '31 the *-u'iscriler\ plania nnon th-- Micea.ku .
iii (; Scott and th aulhmiofihc i-I. i .4 ".o hour-li.l it 'p. rites for a cliil.l Irom une to rani hi< work to be done ii time bet and
to > > manner at
is q n. 1 B. ,
\ .
will LtKc il'h1.h \ ti I
: < I llaihii! >-, mazier vin tin HI o : ul |> ->t I'vuia.aI lye old .nd 5 igs
ears bait"api'l, ; Irun: to 10. one pill. reasonable
:. t jsI1I, 1 1.r the < x *> tiun., they }lri\i* the 1- -.' d j Une. I'm {r< if hi or pa.I >- i-l.i i mate ITlnlos ''h. < e > f.ir% <.ll. The TilK: PIKE.MA" I'.ITlEllS.areso mll-l, b- Saddle doMd.ltcsof piicen.

V t -i I ?.4'l v n d4! i tii'dci MM hci \ iisI ..t' .-.. c. I \ il.p "('tL ari-iitnniO' ai OIIN siual,e-t mule ii.is SLIt ul llic ruli.ir on lU -honlijr !- .'u-e tliey p"sse,sthe po" er ot rest >r ng the spir- all Kinus Boots foO'td terms-and other repairing dune on eccommoJat.nj

apj I Iv '<> ili4* inn>iei MI boaid ut < s, vtiy 1sLmi.i| l i.1 the tip tiduf Us iul.t e.irculolT of Uridics Al.irtmzales
bea th
mbi-rs loum
in < |
.'. i I D. U..u'ti'fj'J tee-. 1mg i a gortnronvi>>ut
Ma 1 Ks, mmr I l'i! >eit Lyuii, 1'a 1.'lta-ee. vi ih he ( "hi )i]*e>;lin .n I innli! will be thai kfull) lite I 11 inn the ashtv ot its efl n d solu ion. ThfPliirn Liatii- Ti unks, xc. &r. April 28. le3. tiIGALLIGIIAN'S -

i' i. ni,.K ri .1 1 p.ijn r. t.t f. I n c i I Iy 1:0: L L KTV.. A LYI'OJX. Bitters of'' All ol which are offered for sa.e on reasonable
( FMTED STATES; 3IAIL LI.MLTllK are rntirfly Yeetablt ro'nposrd VEGETABLE

\\ trC"i li u.is .it Duli'ni,, jiyiJalinj:. I I fcti-vcril't-r h.'< take9 Miyl'j> 41 r'ft'oui d only in crrta'n: j.a> IS .it the \\este n'rou terms. FEVER AND AGUE PILLS,

lit- k'-lu If.1Ji iar :
'K .... ..-- tmttk: nMl w.l! ,, II met-. HOUSE AM) AGt I i.s ol all Kinds v\il' n'-ver fa I to eradicate'ri IRON, NAILS, &C. A sale
Mnv IGih. Iii' | .. -; .. I luted S ales .Mail !lm.. \-e ulur .rM .
\ all. Hid BII T IITmi t iH11 I 'ni C.ilh un si ril, ijip: .hit< S ircly al 1! tin elset- Me ;ry, infii-atih I n r 5 -TIIE SUBSCRIBERS have just received, per \VA OD EL RANDOLPH' S. LEWIS-
.,- < 'it .! a u t-1'.HiniMif' Jill the liberal : <
:: ; m.1 I;' -lid ltIM rti.mt torI i.t.- !w.-lmi 1 of It I>. I- rr. Eq. Fmsi t-rnis, up- titan ti e most JQW. rful ( n-pa atar tv ofNar-apartl- achr, Charles': An.ua ed, tro n New York, Talialiaszre. April 14, 1SSS. 26authorizpd
\ '( 1.1 1 i-Iuj: : l. ''nl < (Ja p r Ste I'n' H v In ihe P it(1! be on the :.r. ini- >. la, nnd wih iniinc iialolv cure: t e d j. t. nmnatioii ofueHLOOD An.encan, German 4" Blist red STEEL

t. <- < ln'coiuiiia, |h'|(. Ptm i incja % I ha pi ji'I| I ih. Us. and *. umtMi St"!b.<-r I'ree oi the i ; LEAH BRYAX. I IDTHE'Il I I I AD I ; m-ver lai's in the 5Tu-is, > I'.nsr I 1.1. and Swede IRON j"WE.are and reque.teti7
k Y iiiAlc.lced
'E'rnler, v. it ch is n< t'< o n -i k-itss ii ci'! 'nt to Y-inig IVra'es'! and t ill 500) Shear Moulds JOSEPH McCiXTs :
Miy !19 11 ; announce E-q. as a can-
,' l'I I 'I'L. ( '* '. A. Imnbr'lg.< lhiiiicisi ( i
Uifl fi ; mime n t r.
| fii-4itKt I u.'ats n "l e foiinil a certain ,icmedy i i mill cas ps of nervous 3ti Fc4s :%atIi
( t i !ii"i ml tint! jt -l.1; t>fcoiiduc! : >d on !'-; : is wi.h: t';>e ct.ipi' Limiuunn i Iri rnAni A ('OXTRAS'i\ de'iiiity! nn-l w> aknei't Lie mo-t imr>.ured constitutions 5 dez C' ibn's and Sons Axes d'date to represent JcflVr.x.n County in thu

t& t I I fl 41.. :'! o.il.', Jiiuljih a VIMV r in : i.-ti t.t Mub I" and .Now Oile .im-, u what is LL ii.ttiutui, fi-in t' e ten oic-i a;e<, Juve hail A-4 a n in dy fir rhrunic} ninl jill irnni it'>ry K Ell It 4- KIRKS EY. Convention lo frame a State Conciitution.

1 4 iiiiiemml tf v.hit: lh Chrornrled Known as t ih- Inner ro I'e, and c\l>u il. -iie illutluidlit ruii- :t- .. but C 1 in h is n'v, found out tie w.iy Rlienmilism, i. effi -a'-y oftlie Plurnix ISi'ters %vilb Tallahassee, May 12th, Id38. 40-3w May 5-; 1838.

Ii.i s In in (jtror_ ia tuT.iIlihas te, .nul \\ l,. Am tie i. B fi lim nine iii l ih'- ciCiilSpaiiishavi..vo > I'epionis-rated by the u-e o1' irm- b >'te.' Tneuua' _

I.m '' I i t11 ] .. 4i1in\tyame, U> the -t { e 'pt-; weic"'<''y en iMed IM |..i
; 1-,.. lli 4 1'' .r.- <-\iihitrd! on c i porttnfihJu'.l; of .\1e\1t'i, ani 1 wit i gi i-a r vase t'e-h' i m--. Jn-t MI with I lie Li e ,17r liritMF. It is Iii w.'icr; ir wi'ic, an I this fjuinii y iny be tuken COL.HENCT WASHINOT' a andicfateio r(p-

I .Iul; :. $IiIIS'g (It her ji eiI (If pm.1: rv.l I a.td c ;pe it.oii ill in e M i b di a'ii< d In tiny <>ihrr u1 I uh'i t veils -iiii-i I fir-t tetiiond up .n ..intnUti t%% o or iliri e :i net a d iy, about h.mlfan hour before THE Siiiserit'ermIitvejtisL from Yok.m.l received by N-1*the Oilcans vessel resent Leon County in the State Conv-ntion.
if ; n..) t'. Tht 1' kC 1 nil r I' tm. ben thoroughly o. er- tvn CIP u., .Hi I I li v d-c..tiir.l ln-| JIM j.niobet meals, or a le-.> tju.u.titv niiiy 1 In- taken at tIi!! tim"S.To recently April 14
irt.IM l al .ItI', | < tin- mad rhd rhninpion. arcmtninmt > i 4II i (oith eat assortment ot GROCERIES, among
d. II allo d ev TV a gem
| lit iiu a i %v I via inenu li nt-HEALTH.I Vesetab'en. th. s>e wi o a e off.tcti d with in'i-es'ion aftr

4- 1 I' it- Torvinuiiial u oiiirl an 1 MI vein1-1.c o' p ,..t- ig.'r u u >l lI MI in A 4.1- iiuii ei' kn, n, \I.en I < oninu i c< d itt aN. the -c b ttcwill [prove inv..Iu U'lf, ns they \\huh aie'JO.MO- a:7t1': WE are authorised to announce

ttic i in agonies ot l t on tcinati'in.lli'M'Xjini' ; .-...- I Iv t u ii i in i iM-i luifs of tie lust c ass Tinairanu -- itt) B a ch. ftJ t II e r n iwamil.. ISyih- IK< ofhe.n Very g. i at'y' increase ;lie art on i.f the principal visreta. lbs B iconassorted DANIEL BolE as a candi !ki e to represent Gads-

H! not to c'xeetd th:it of Wil'iaml' Uifnt li *. .ill a'v' I I.e -ii'mm i-n i p mop-'ia nuchith I I.HV. rA oiilv i'is-e 1 from the 'ejf-tetl invalid In Iji them to pcif.rm timer functions, and ena- t,U 150 iO do tiLls Canvassed S. f. Flour hams den county in the State C< nvcmion.

HUH, and I'M!', trips hu!- I -en ( rf"rm rt i-. ihli.ilf.! l.eoitv an i :i'uiman ftuttt.e- I.J the si-.mn u-h to "'isi ha c inrn ih'- I IowI.! wharc Apr 14J7We
fiHHtli's <'(II(,||, ( ||, \\luih WIS JllifilltlW ihtt tacti.in 50 ilo Pi iiue Pork
the\ botiri -rii'Md tiid t > I bati> -
> n > pri' : i I iferesit die tion, and
: jir, i u II JI *rat v> Iy *>pi ai.niK. have renewe.l rnyv is i CTi.us it > u easily
::: -1. 1 lint of I 'ror lY.ro-i 250.000. 01 all |> < tie. ntli. 1 mi Mm-, wi i.li < ., fiilenc'-ii. n.y own ex- sjie. dily ic'i tst ed, appt tile store I, and the months M Necks Miss do and ShjulJers are requested to announce ]\Ir.

<,h m in t <. f.iviun th- in* re him of i ih char- TIMKS or nr.pRTUiin.! pe i'n< f, tid vie wi h n y fc luw iiiinns. Dins 1tI-e.tIsor( eat v. ses b-in clei a ed, HUT han is 10 JOHN CAYFORD as a Candidate of Gads-
o'i' 10 Pickled Cod-Kith ,
The l'r e 1't al- r n ;11 i leave .IpHladii ivrrySiiiidayand ( ihat V'E'ir.TABELITE : facilitate! nnd of IH nnd o'
the ;
g 1 .I ii lIi(1.li I lit this ( III II'IUI.) CII..I{ 1 IS"n /. U'cilnosjlav at 1 1 <-'clck 1' M. itml lit" n.u'er wait 1i.ii.if tticna-h dy energy. 5'i.\o' l. iS:3Muckcre: !. den County, for the State Convention.
MI.1IIC'1M) i:> -nit.b'ci'.h sownca-e ? in u I are the happv res-i'ts! Fox firti. r j mar.imu.
< <.x TIMUI._ The lntu: !> in cotton lea h i B nil a. j..lt- lh.- 1 m xt diy ut U o'i I'fk m'1 I lii-ai oll'n-e. ..E7( R-onlwav In iireIi ,.. st.f VIOFKAT'S l.IFKPILLS.and I'IKKMX US half do ] Ac2
i atIIi my ..uihoiiM-ii Joiur'i
1i"-i If in *ieril (if I In1 n( I hbunn! townoi tin rem urn,,,", IS) (. will 11.1 l ;e Bainbiid.r> ieyTu oj 1 tt> r-, 1,out tom- of t the iio mnl 20) A' Mo'asses ot
i "M I :M'jnh >tfi JMVP this w f-f lv ci mm- sjay! atil 1 F. ,d l y at o'c'"CI'I .V. .ouie :t'C'ts of ll m/n.ilivc | i mil, v. I lun'Mrilv; title .-.I > a<'Aay, Ww Ymk. wher- the IMU ran bet Leon Co-inty in the State Convention.

at A i.ra !JK olait id) o'cl tk t lm.- n \\ mia V. in ?( tii) il.e vir u s of a A (JOOIVIIUE l 'itii'(1 tor 23 tent50, c--i.is, c.r ? l per l Inx ; \Vhi-key rep.eent
iMf' iviukiiit', s< infour.. :iiid oir. j fuiJHt .l.T I1LX \ I.'I f. "i'Itttny l'', Old 'tl 'igahe'a-a pri'ti article .Uarrh 3
A1IL.1 : MKl'lCIM'. ml th- liters fur hi I crSO | er buttle-lrT Nn-
(i rn r wirk. 1Ius rotton hanc-looni: Jay 2G 4n'.l Pei--n-wh '- f"n-titniior.8; Irive oeen nearly time<-iii ceMili t ates t-f the wvmictan emeary urI 1 00 N. C. Rut, 'E are authorised o announce Gen. LEIGH
5 Old Jamaica iln
wtiiurs i. yin-h.ini < and feoine sorts olt. r"t- Orleans i'tiiidt.;. ruined by the ".<11 ml illi'.l! 1 m tv ral! | re.iar.iii..iisu ; I lii.t'i may betheie l inspected.In 2 Casks Cimz. Brandy y'f READ, as a candidate to reprtstnt Leon
il!h b'-nrme th.it i thf Lime' Meliciu some nb-imate and compl'ratcil rases ofe'rme qr in the State Convention.
it I* en, aio xrv t-la r k in .ViALLainmii.i mj
> nduch il.r ruicour e i,> I rr- onj im.flammn.aoIlIelzrrmtlrn, L ver Jfarch
t- > only, art
.Cvnstantinaplf. M in }h 2Sth. .: .. 'I- I uqu I le at this 'iti n e. luanv.ii i..d I talih. JOIUV! A'OTTAT.ciEit ( 'oinp'inntf, Frter and Jgne. | )ys'ep-ma; PaUy, 2j bbU Common dooqi E are authorised_to announce_MJJGeoncc

1 1tI' tiuuliv aidoi, which bid; -o -uddcnhM.zd .%!av .G 41H I'iIs, n.j irns fn>m the use of men-my, ',u nine, 5 do Ca-Vo 31. Mad. IHne W T. WARD, as a candidate to represent Le
the Sullen has :.:r.ulualty I deneid; i 0'1'1(' : \ I.. UPMAIK-: P.ELATI\T.T() MOFi'A and t"lm.tijism ->es of Lm? ftamlin it ...ay beinii 2 du 7euiiintfe on county in the Sate Convention.

aaJ: lio fippraia I to have r('!,inqui .li<- i\rrr-M\ : <. the I'lirtnix Bi ten in the docs kelore reconi-
; 'ili -i dctcrininutiMii to attai i k :Meh i .*m I 'lAlt. L 3. .1 id v.iu tier- .! a ltmi: i.-t .*'or lim been kniwn and
i'c Tdsed t'i* li,(.:ior-bc Tle'senifM inis I ave ap- (i
NTPARKIIILL acandidatc Leon
dir r It
i -t"pli Sugar as -
> ,
All hi Idle like will I N. -'I'itee Pills and ih- Bitte's will till) icpresent
< i amid imn.cdiai'nl
ui prrparatinns t.f Ion Cnii at I-Icc-I ili d, for I etr exlia-.r.lii..ii y '
Jud oi'thC unty C n i iy 1(10' Kezs Lard County m the State Convention.
I'Tolj.ilj'v' '! tnd in the blationing of an armv ofiniion t.f -aid C.mr', (;"r mv tin.it; *>. t- Ii:j't ci ii leslorinj; JM 1-14 ct Iralt't lo |.clMIis nil"leni'j ffleICiii'i'tt (lithe sys'em infinitely faster than the IOU do/. L'-nd- Porter March 3
-pnapui'in .
( 4iii lime ( 4)11 hues of .Sviia; Theo lle I'imiit s an.I .cIarge; trum sri I I a ''iniiinnaiioii.ADAM u-ider ueailv eve y Ku.d f t. fccas lo wiii. h l.csl Pm vp.trati.fls of Sari ipanlla. and are a ctrt.iin Jo bom Chiin[ >ign *'ider ryE are authorised to announce JAMES D.
for the nislun -t bio d io lur I.e-d,
Vfl'1'.K.1a tbI 1 tranni i is U 'isle. rimedy ;; <
u i an 25 I b'tiHol Cracker WESTCOTT JR. candUate
er 4r\ EMI., as a to_
4tiiift tin- Ottoman nV he for
; t is to leady: Iiituitix h mdr.-. s i.t ie lift mt l i 1tafleeii: ey "i all! vto'ent' heafl.iches, tic dooleurenx. Ac.-AHpetsons

'a iil in Aiuil. Our latest account* liomCirc \ \ 2012af( i ii.- .'. 'I.. .. .. ..<..>I uT.( r.I .v (...in I t-. v.-rv ... who are prc'lisi."sed to ai'.'pexy, paUy, I doVaicr 5 ile Itt. it item repret-etit 3E Leon county- in the State Convention.N'aich .
Appl 'S
sii are dated .Si-ni'-z. the 3d instant.lh %(YI'iCE. I IA of.i' i.iitimely! ave, tiller nil tie i'e-e.tve| nofclnun.o Ac. .should net Cr 1e without the! Life l'aIii! or ihe 20 Boxes Ct.e se _

LL tndbel I to the state of 1'eicr I thediyh.ni utterly lad>! ; a> d uI ) many litters, tor inc il. n in Iliac will! save li e. They \ ar<- anihorised in announce C< pt.At Tao-

-v Hair i ih.tt: the n.itucs had j :*{ gained .?*. Iciiiin persons-cim', d ce S'-d, are iupsicd to itt.ikcIImIIri"i. I I otixiiuU they I ax <- ito met tK -e-i nd ihat umI equalise( the eiirnl >ti
D dM.III> at iihal -- .< le luvufiil lo -'. S. Sil>le\ !*- ] niida I .1 in < iijoj meui o1 hi al h, vvni.oiitvh.c i Mr us, )IIt | .ill ,pressur ; fiom the heal), restore peirpiration, 20 bxe.s Bur.cn liaisons to re,>ri-S'-ni Leon County in the State Convention 5

*l Icw.! tilth, *' south, \\ hre the hitler had larddalir ; c'S.. S.HJL. 11. IlL'VAL.Ave.itof t m but u j.jrt a. bl.-y-in:.'. Si p-it: ui'l< ed, I ia-. their and ihr iw off eery nupur.ly by the p.res o: the 20 lialTd'tVO M ..rchJOE _ _ _

4 r loir-, \\ith the III1mI1 loll ( frirct-i G o. \\ illjs..May : eiliiMi inv.tri ibly and ;nf>l.ib v p ovnl, iii.it jt skin. b .xos Sporin Candles are auihoris d to announce LESLIE A

'iIm 2 n fs, I. b'f\en thuii-iind Cii e.msi.irms col-j! : i-i; 1 1-J j l.a- .1 .peaie 1 <'.ic :'y 'e-'. tlti ui n.na ulwis lo thus, lOdoS arch ,lr 1 THOMPSON Esq., as a candidate to represent -
wineie, unacfjiuuiiiM I the h aut fully phil.is'ip'ui IMPORTA.NT NOTICE.Pirsons 20 Yn'ow Leon County in the State Convention.

'trleu' I.IP1diitdtIetIU.IV, iiltackcd the lnvai FOR SALE. j il ]Jt' I flI|1-les| II pit \vlii'h i hey ate comp ttin the Life Mril-eiiif% are odv'sed lOSlnvmtto.f.K. Soap Marth 0 .5 .-_. i

lJ.tt., 'iuttd lhtii:) coiuplett'ty. und oMi'T'dtUtii 1 WOabiab''. l.on-es, wlin hv rk well eitborin >u fled, and i.pun which il.ey sequei'liy a tIi to t.ike the P.lLs at n.ij.tit, in -uffi'-it i.t (quantities i *: T --'"-.- -\nonnceColonelA-M

to ic-rinlmik uilh cotiMdiTublu !lus,. double ur single liarmss A' o .ire jn I. w.i* l"liir! iiiatilf feat niiil .sen"bl<- .icti"i) in pn opera e t\\o < r three times; in the bowels in the iWCca doT County m Lime State Convention. o
j jt
middle: bo.. sex, a ib .xjii'y', Of tI' (,si Jjr'fBhAK i i.V. r.lvni-r till- ,-IirIn $ .tit.1 I cliII.H -"."""'--i.f. .1'..'. .."...'. ""..'." --r-- i>i next day. Also, take a table spoonful th'cmUfl"* March tfl -
' Ji *>|>o.id. n.-c of thp Jonrnal of C<*in sIcrct.I ttmcy iL (t .t >i..w r ccicv.e'i'i niirt-.... .....?...-->. :60 l biot"
% e1' XXCIrf.iec"in tln-ir n.iinevhiih wii& be-tnvve' upo.| For those >.1 a : >ars 3 are au'horised to
11. I'll fur
: inde'jttd announce JOHH
l J st.. 'l'i... H..I. l. "- filiation.May S*
I.VO..N A1.il < .stvcial iiulivid- half il.e q jaiitity may .be suT.cient.nJiThe 100 libs Bar lead \\4' SIIEPARDESq..asiie.,, i-j I
the iniHneriu4 I
(!Li)' diii riuined! or. nhippin 1<\ the I'hil%.tdeliin 2t; 4 lit.flag in whosli a'' bi es lm-v hud obviously savid. ; above valuable Mei cines are for Sale, B'l) d.. S-ot'-h Snuff Leon County in the State Coiiv"

| 170.0CO/ ; thus leaving 70.0CO/ 1>H. A M. UAiiOLP1I I Hip o/rn-l r rj 'ic-s in the i.pp.iilimity nflor- in this Cnv.iu tie Dm:: Store ffW 75 bottles do _March__10 __ ___

Liy tlu., hue, and 5U.OOOwill conic I by the lo -aedb.ms. u.. 1'aiIaImasee, or- d -d by Ii"- Ittlivers ti lillusiono tic dimIy pr t t rVl'XJT.rAP.LK nUEL, RANDOLPH 4- LEWIS.Noby 50 d>> MacboyJO ur- WE are authorised to announce
HAVING loiiiil icea lo th<- |>ublic. LIFE PILLS wuhin \ SH'AIAI MADDEN, St. Afarks.T'li'b Boxes 8 by 10 Glass
tr. .
liehipped 1.1. acmdiJate
douhlle >io.e- loiefre-
will W
.More gmilJ $s | paeing Col! heCTOR BRAOER as
Jinpvin.%. J. II. Uand individual the \ : 41-ly'r 20 do 10 by 12
of Dr. in Mavl'Jih.BlS.
the office h ;
fcvciy <
be fo.md ''t lie knowledge and rr < i 'f. State Convention.
lie to j CiU in the
be is Leon
account* &r. dc. &c. SCflI uy
siioutd the sucrecduig ; U ki 10 doz I'ii-Ulcs,
h'- bo-t of t rmcioua qu
Sttvt't.M.i nhke I
..i il Jovv of exchans Ainoriean, ( ( urities ''i nt- the 'Lif Charles Sibley Ttie above articles have been selected with great ____ 5 -
< iatr boos cubic mftie ,
; .1 which ol .
, n; cf .
nc .__ __ .
t- .i .
| : ... !.' or..I .5 --- .-.--.- i'i WE authorised to announce i
i.tniiirilUare -.II
.. *> ... me ncum iiu rs ? wand o:? are
hue bceotiie %heavy ; even U. S. hank purely! tind s"i.n.i % c. mt we, nuv- ol* io.OTFF.US CJic in
(I'be, U. S. Attorney Middle will I he sold as low fur each as the market candidate to
Aiitinn Ft renic n 'r any H. BRADFORD as a repre-
h is derlmed ti i25l 2s f(f. %ln-n-, i .(JIfl'ntt BY neither !Mernuy! ny, thanks to our customers RICHARD
mii.eia!. m ny I'mm lmatev r. 7'lu-y are entirlyniini'ovdi.f ins pr-fessjonal services as Attorney atf"iil. We return our sen' Le n County iu the Sate Convention.
.i\>ouioui resuniilion if i> ly | | p.iynivi.t. A acliiiff i-xtiactufri'in rare fltI powertnl pla ellorntLaw, in the for I eir patronage, J d.chJ7.
Wi- wht-n ; affairt John P. Du Val, Secretary several will attend oil ndditions whie!Ji we have made lo our firmer -
hope political Ion known to Middle Florida. He recent
itt whi< though ; ,
of Florida. the Ucs oi frilled both bet- Governor 1 1WIICllKAS to Simlil.esi.inent pharma in DiMrict.Omoe stork, \te shall be able! io ensure a continuance
1 aJillli' moie in count I ue a iiietli-t Indian tribes and recently time < o'iris tim.: .Iiddle candidate
it imils biet r -prc>uite.J to areiil I ogelhcr nnknown tj the Mon Stret in the huildinz formerly their patronnge. KERR A:: KIRK3EY. Colonel \\ u.r.iaVTATT aaa lo repie
iM-hn will 'cut ira! r emn' in ue .
exi-l 1'urtmit.
tel ajiam.Maire ii l mt 40-3w in the Slate Convention.
jt' Ni wn.'Iis e and were Siure. 27th 1R38. sent Leon County
AS Sl I I I I IUN 1t.AN: i.rm'raflt; jneten li rs lo medical science ; ocrup'fd by Win. Wilson as a Book April ,
i tlmared ttith time murder 0fABSEIt nevrr beToie adllllv| te ed in .so happily efficacious Tallahiit-ce. May 1-Jih. 163d 40IfVROVISLONS SUP. COURT. March17 -
..diedd i<< DIST.
MID. -
4th Inlai-try,
u M Idn t ot Ue U .S.a.m (U7 WE are authorised to announceD
ronibm FORSAKE.r. .
o. Tu fcdaj ill aid irjitunt at Sam have rim.routed in ih. lo%'. n and 'leiiiioiy tIort- u tin ItL%'. MrVua has made his e- Their firs np< su'-scriber has in store fir sale, 8 casks Augustus : isi ued ARIEL BIRD ES -i *
J.r,, ,. ( 'Imilt.' i Tall liiit..M1y 1 tait. III lh'- lilt May, infant, .irh and IMI\VI'R tbe \.iriou-i impvinuei l / in the Stat Convention. :
of the htnin a-sed Hani-, ( County
VASSS. oi jttiir* i\\' i 1 do Shoulders, I do canv NovemberTerm er-on
B. I.MJ Sides m'b'.eto
and 3 1838
\ I:: -. cal' ; lilies lons'intly' sclt'injr around tItn ; Thomas J. Green ) May ,
Cua..tyto.Mi. iuLiT.ZKU: ELL, d.suglm I i .Now t imei dome in pin UIIeC of law, 1 tio Jieret i ai.d em the harden ii fn i s winch rote! Ill iherouvo 15 bUYs do do for family u*(-. 1838. (L7* WE are authorised to announce '

\v i-f t I I..' on William Wntl t y otVir a iev\uid ol Two hundred dollars to rein.vr.linns of the small iinesi! ies. 0'' h-r ini.dj. And at ST. MARKS TIlE defendant ill raid case and all others interested JOBS N. PATRIPCE Esq., as a candidate to repre- -

f.r the a-p; eh t.ii'n HII.I de iviry ul the mid AMI partially cl n>e the-c, aid I ate uclm C casks Ifam .2 do bhould. a,3 do an vass'd Hams, will lake n<.(ice of the institution of said suit sni Jeffeisou County in lb: State Convention. .
rinen i.n'.y
i Siinih in ny jul m ihe Disirici if East rinii.ia, (collected masr behind, as to produce hah tualrostiuness 50 b'-ls ti! Flour, choice bran'!, 40 I lb.s! Prime by attachment, as aforesaid-and they are required M >rc';. 10
--- iiiid I do lur'liy t and req'ine all inafiifctruUhI sudd.-n diunliiE.i 5 ito %VImi.ke' and the declaration filed in said -
j "Jin with nil its train of e\iN, f>r P.rkX3d., Brown Susar. : to appear and plead to
,ort of SU Mark I aiid-e.| .ccoffi-crsuibe ngi'auimine apprehension with, its imminent tlnnpi-rs. The second -.00 bushels CORN. K. J. II.JCKLEY.'r1tItaIissee C.I-P, according to the form of the statute in such O7 WE are authorised to announce

1 j o! the fa id ollendcit | the Vf gi-iablc L'fe PilN i is tocleime the kid- May hilt, i'.e. 40 2wFIFTY" case made an J provided. C. S blBLEY- CrL JAU Hm nrR as a candidate to represent

Arhv.d.ay Asa Mill lit sometimes known l>y the nan.e of c fleet of. -> i. u. J llir tl',. menus, the... .1t-.r.. isttyMay \4t. 1 fr 0 1 rS.lff itu. Jefferson County in the State Convention.

' \, 17-S 4-omer Alert, walm, 2 days from I Fulwood, j> abt.ui fixe led >even or vjl1t n cues; nvy ana me o ili-s itaure be,,diby aIiu u/action of thij- Ii emir ly DOLLARS REWARD. 5ih, 13'g. :9-tf Mar.h 10 'S
OiU-un %'I Ji' U. a. roinplcxion and well iormed. Hf imastl.mtmmslts j tmnil lthbin! K, broke out of the Gads- S
Ac.v high liaiiil fttHCHAKLKILLALA
Tampa, ..!, li r wdy to tIme le ulnity the nniary orginv
Irm* iHf II C i:1 r..ke countiVM ; in the lower pan of Georgia It is supposed deprnds upon helm its red rol-iur ft-inn the tig.-n. If i den County J ul on this instant. The .aid HAMPERS choice linslish Potatoes 0?" WE are authorised to announce
thud %t o
Haker fmm Roston, he vill tnduivm ti make bis evopo io Tex 1ho inn into and t-neaks brokeni EiiRluli, 2 09 % Btt.Llmr as'a candidate to repre.ent
: i 'j 19-ISrig Lt erne of lh liver ai.d; tile lungs before it passess Killala is nn Irbl-man, for family use. Apply to Co'. ABRAM
wniucctoG n T .nuiTUrowii. Is. Gin under my hand and seal, ibis 2"nh day ty he licmt< being thri* purified i by them, an I nonr>sli. i.sbiont oim'j about five feet seven or eight mcbes R. H. BERRY. Jefferson County in the Suite Convention

SIl.cti.jd. Tayl-r, CrHkcr, .N.-w O.leans. of .May, -&: s. JtJlIN 1'. DU VAL, (ed > food, co'ii'ntj fon a rlran rlmiiach, rouries high, ban blue eyes, ansI fairhsi. anti is C'ns dci- May 5lh, iSiS 3tf i SIirch 10 :
Florida. t
and S. II. \\'li tmg.t and A'-iinj G .\einor ol ty of ihet.lnn small I will pay FIFTY
C..u ami lu t Bra ee _Serctry-- freely iliro'igh the vieim. renews eveiy pan nbly m.rked with poi. nnd .' (Lf*We are authorized to announce Gov. -
uzer Ihidn"y, t.raIiI, St. Jou-j.h. AIJz to \OTICEl :! un.t tiiutnp'iantly! trounts the banner ofI DOLLARS reward for the apprehension .e- CANDY FACTORY. L&ss ;
rallaha Riil road a'd Killala who was Joint BRANCH as a candidate to represent
uiiii sr cl'ln.lJcr in the stc h'alth i in the lii"omni hg clink.Tlie livery in this p"ce! of time Cash and Cash expected .
I is paid
from New T//E j'ined tlut imu nnuUineut ana sentenced Ourzzollu County in the State Contention.JJfjrchS
20 !
L f.n-a, Ilarkn-si, lays i.pany, art hereby Wowing are among the divtresrng! variety tried and wh.pped., m.ipalachicoli, 4'tIa. -
v a Kr. W< >. M'1 i' t.u 'drf| *: of five per cent up-o.iment. 4 LARGE assortment Cnndie made lo keep S

$ 2 -a I UK dwniT inp-o., .Uin.orc, 12lt.4b is lequiicd 10 b- pattI t)n t>r bcfoie Hie IS'.h.iv arc will known to be infal'iahlr! i L. J. BELL, Jailor. A, during the summer months, now on hand WE are authorised to announce
JorniannJ! Other pan) tii'itrtif the Board of LiT. the first I8M. 41)-ti!) from the facioiy warranted lo stand, being -
f By ihornu! hly rlcn sing; Quincy.May7iht fret'ii ,
I dr
A 4z io y -v ; t1. l't June i.ext. DYSPEPSIA: by Col. ROBERT BoTLikasa cnnditfateio lej'tcsent,
6 > Ca ii C', lio-tou, tOO brls! huuiXJ.OOO -, R. nfi 1'! 'J.ery. tecond Mt.niarhs andcienting a flow i.f pure --- -- ---- GOBI mAdd in the dim tie.
r sir ILctirs, and JOHN C. J A would well before Leon County in the Stale Convention. ; -
T.IL1LCummpaIiY. merchants do to purchase
,. 1 l. lei. instead if the t-talf and acrid kind ;- Country -
il.ti ( 3. ;; i. ti' mas> bejllhy bill-, 17 liT ;
OmtaIis loss of FIRST TREMIUM time hot weather sets i i. March g
AlblmbV.CW of the hean appeti.c
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I. v i.i--cti Fr.n'iN Amy, ---- -- Tlatnli Palpitation
"iiiav: -. (Jen luent J>urtI U. S. agent.Izrd ELI.IOT'S CORN CURE.B with ; Heari-burn ncy and Headache RrMlfiKne'i III- Cabinet Chair & Sofa Maker, .tfUo for sUtu.e following.juit imported article orure-'- requested 10 < ndminate- m

horn mouth LLLIOT'S I'L ISTER Las bemused .. i tmcr..tir. imr! Melancholy, vrhirhICIllli York.-Ute from Columhu* Georgia.Abt Mushroom Ketchup 1 .
Jenhuib 11.. ? .! ? Of New J d ate io -
May z4-.S t:1ue: u has r. Itt&1' I jt -" "o / Jour G.UAaILI san can m repzestIL.qCoi.
4.11 uiicouuinjii buccikk : And wherever ofDj-sj-ei'Sia, will vaimshits v v _. iniorm' Ballad Oil Siau Cooueation
t. IuI4.is' ) of other a.e heetnf raUyuipt-ns t A on County ia the
Cleared. been introduced, bait upeistdcd the nbC a natural rrmfleqUCflCe of its cure CoBtivenrM, the ci-izeng; of Tallahocoee, CnprsOlives March 17 r i r '" t .

rcinudick fur Lie ruse utJoru the whole le.isth of ihe intestine. wUi and of the Territory of Florida '-
M-y 19-Sclir Charl-t. Holmes. Ntw Vimrk, 208 icmovc the larg- b v cleanilns violent he has Mana1tis] ,
A few applkcniiuiik Mill tntirtly and v.ithou: i..lence: all generally, that Orange WE are .
C .mer& %
t.al a'.d! i boxcb luru.tun lo ,
c IIOH S-. located hinuclf PreservedOgano -
furilier puiu. tire within two days.
J"d boweli co .
pruVLiit the > permanently
asndlats tQ teprcaebtI.c"
< leave C.a'a1M
bl c rns :
C->. HnJ *'t\nr\ .. ( bsx wjtti directions for use. jiurge the hirt acrid the City of Tallahassee, Peaches in Brauflj/ Major .. : -
246 I'l ice 50 cents |>er iior1taa and Cholera,by removing in intbe-t.t..CDeuiout'
New York
Miy UI-Biig.Montilti, Scars, ul in 3'>ilaliH '8cc, at the Uru M<-rc t>f which Ihrs ctmpbints arc occasioned, S for the purpose of inanufa- Raisons f n I on County A3 ** t.I- -
I'or <3
bait C',a.n, l-j bales leather, 176 idcb do., and VAIDEL, 1t'NDOL1'U &. LE'i.M.iy <. fluidhy .time lubr cative secretion of theitittetis .- urin CABINET WARE, Choco'atoL' -. March 17 4
1 INIX '.tIS. 1i:3J1, 13S. 41.tf and by meitibrane.promoting Fevers f all kinds, I by i restoring in all its branches, and ds- Fine& .eb TJeErIo ,. : aWE are authorised.tq ni -
M. y l-S lrW4tcoms Iliturn, Wood. Povi- the nmftf m f r K Of--. Cfl'S. *.MutLrW rpr
dencr, 17 bales cui.nn, ml a Ul cow Lidtb and rive Thousand Dollars the bloo-1 .o a resi.l. cirenhutiest, and thrimugh the lboruuS proee sures ihe puhlic that'll will be to thoir advantage work ICECREAVlCARRIAGE conE DtI 1 sent .

deer! skins.L wiib LOAN foi MX nionihs, gi IP olhers.- by ( will Mtreit 17 r
0 intestinal ohstnirt-on workminahip -
ft 13--Steamer Rodney Grant S'. Jo1 r S ilutinis imf a'l tIC north, as the ttye) and
May fiom
Apply attlus llice. LIFE PILLS have been known tocure, rl eumnti -it ,-..-_ _. ;?, iK.TTnitrf! St.trt.1
_,?. Thc IfltmalftLta -nt lie CXCThose CItC U U y y tu 'U'nui well .ril 2. Sr 3art1
1.1001 -
If .4l in three s-ekauid .vati4 furniture will do .
May in
PAbEtGEUS m permanently 1maare .rInn'
% .
from -. B.Wyiiad
willte *
lofalinnanim'Hiori WAK1NG;
In the Kie.mer aCod.iey,1ruL, from St JosephMesL time, by removing Diopnifbt'f not to order fi-m the north, us the shortest [ County iuthd 8t v
f Maj.e.{ W8nnVuri&e, M. Ciay, v\ in. tins iskeis te ? LOtC formerI$ the mi'sclm and lig.nv-Lt's and ifthej.intti. the kid- S able to supply all demands upon tin n- B ubs nb r1h ibsifnMcil: the. se rv>- __ ljit

4 cbM rC4, -ker.l, Unne*, McCrary, anti Colonel T lIE tcijbm r 13. Peachy Eq itt nil kind", by fieci-i str. ngltiefliflZ delightluliyon lice. i E. Iockermfla cea-of i skillful Carriage Maker, froiu.lbt.Naah ,'* anuGeimetaI
FIItpl.I!1.-k. kGUIIILa j 3. and nies and bjadibr: ; they' eperrtie most ILcferenras.Gov Call, R3f 3. hluckley, vetoinlqrni Ms(ctedaad the pdhjo that -
ior1ng t>egslr cUididat. toNrwYoitx
tb' hnre ever I" a
In u.e Brie Lueio'U, Ilarknet.s.frcm, N. York, Mirks, uiid :pi LIt.end tO be itifl- these Impoitant OTj niL.nnd hence of R. hayward %V B. Brodie, Capt. flr all orders for repairs 8tc, ,iball be puncuiiUj; And
taleS $taie Cnvtfl&QL
artie a worst
< s may fur the CPt.Lavmnus. $
orue1m Lester
a.rtain4tm'4 tV senoatvLth
Mr. A *orwnrdlng Bramktii : E. R LttK
I& Key W..m-Ur. K an and Lady, 'attemh"n to his bu- been from 4h A. AstonCuL% U. neatly executed. ;

I'-sadolph, nnd Mr. Gae.Iu td lii. ape. Bj' dtlieut h1r of pubiteVaLroDIr. Gravel. Al*>( .Worms, ly .dsalodging w1dtberatareS4bSe' i. I, j F ;a Th !; mm.-.L'- ---t. .,
*& a iiUer.iI bowe! V.ha slimy nauer to t.i
the JcbrCharlesYolme (orNew y orkr. i&eu.1e ltojmesLGutiLI MATIIEILS. turnip ji of the ch31 34 i3
Po 'otWatfcingtonClty. 'WILLAMU. Attu Aand Conatniplion, ... 1e vs r5 -
em. ol New York, and XTtpt. Q. eeB, ..I'z:

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Administrator's Notices.NOTICE LITELL'S COTTON EVERAL Light Jersey rPaggon's with harness

t \ .J j Spirit' of the A AnDOa Commission Merchant. S all complete. Also two or three hors.waZQnL .

"> \ : fin HIS woik is published monthly, num.n subscriber would inform his friends and WM. H. FJMNUa.

: hereby given that in pursuance to the law in 1 of 73 pages. I.i mak.two volumei ftyear. THE public in general,thai be has Commencedthe Dcc.30, 1837. *'-"

JS such case maJe and provided I hall apply The third Tlume 188. Free business of Cotton Broker and Commission LOST OK sTOLEN.
at three dollars a year, payable in achanc Yo.k and is now
after date te Judge Merchant the of New ,
four we.k Tfc Spirit of the and ADn City intended SehmAlkedder with its case, "no.:
Court for the County of in MI.znn otton, and other produce Comps.
the County "adND. prepared to
composed of th* but light reading A C."lhe t rthe variation, BQ DaD .
ofno of 2160 e
the Territory of Florida, for a sale of I (lor this market, which he will dispose on '
? F ... IOTI ude ui ( luLl &IU.IWM... i.s.l. -. will all the British periodicals. Holding a very Urge and flatters himself that from long .nd the case ma.kcd Wm. R. HopkinsCivil En- AlCJONEER I I
i be sufficient t pay the just and lawful deb of sid quantity of matter, we are able to supply in this commliion. in Ac Northern and Southern mar- ineer" A reward of $5 will be paid to the finder

if drcedanl, there being a deficiency of ,) single Magazine all the most entertaining portions acquaintance kets, he shall enabled to give.atisfact ion to such on his leaving it with J.B.Brown, Tallahssste, Commission Merebaa.

I' asset for that ptirposr. IYRllK of Blackwod's Aauint, The Helopliu. feel disposed to patronise him, not only in or'at the office of the Floridian. H> AI8

I.t .Uministrnt'T .f Littleton New Monthly Magui. and a the may sale of their produce, but hi the investment of March 3, 183*. 30- &41 1 Satarday
lJ t tI Tallahassee, May Jth, 1838. 40-4w Magazine, L 1 RgUte. Morthly Magazine the order or direct. CO ;
.. Ladt's Magazine Gentlemen's Dublin any part ef proceeds, they may NOTICE. AR1NER IIP.
. lagaiot
, NOTICE. University l.ga7ne. Court J No. CO Water Street, : the first Term of the County Court of Leon npHE entered ItO

P 'J months after date, I shall present my ac Journal aine. Keer*>ko,Book of Beau New York. I AT: County in the year 1819. we shall present &JL Co.copartnership, under the firm of Tar D Ole

I SIX and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of the ty, Literary Suvenir. Friend-nip's, Orlering, ForetMeNot our arcoums and vou-hers, and apply for :final SS

County Gourt for Gdttsdcn C. ny, and apply fora ,and Millenary Annual, kc. lJrEltlCtS.Keid.Gov. Branch Tal- and disch.irgeus Executors, of the estate TAFT,
tl R. W. Williams, Saml. setlement. GEORGKOGEOUGE
*t:; '"'
"' of LuteU's Museum .
: diceased.GKKEN HOLT
final discharge from the administratorship of the &c fact, the light part lahassee. Jas- Lanier. Co., Quincy. J. B. Drury William,
and is issued in this &
of Foreign Literature, H. CHAIRF.S, > MILLER'St
1 estate of the late William GilleUnd.dec. Collins Afonticello. J. Halley, Magnolia.W. F.ecutors I I83.
; i HAVING nooj the test of experience are re- .1UCH1BALD SMITH, Jr. form to suit the convenience of persons who have it Damn St. TOM I PETER CIIAIRES-5 July SI
to the public as decidedly superior Administrator.Qiiincy not time'or inclination to 'cad the more imporanIaiticki O. Porter, Apalachicola. Craig March 28. 163.U: 8m's Clerk's Office, Leon Superior

; to any! combin Ition medicine ever offered which make up tie larger and more complete : Joseph. Middle District of Florida Cei
May 12. 1817. 40-61 ICE ICE! January 6
Feb. 26ylFRANCIS |
:, to the America! people.' The proprietor of these work. While wemo.t always recommendthe 183.
r pills, bein n regular: bred PhV5iran. an havingprtcticed NOTICE. Museum in prefereice because of its greaer: MARION. I HAVE just received and deposited in my Ice Richaid Hayward., CompIanantvs. i

C his profess on extensively many yenrs IX months af.cr date, application will be made mixture of solid leading, wecan offer in this work House full cargo of the best quality of Boston Jefferson Green In Chn)
Thomas defend't.II .
in different climates is enabled t<'offer tothe afflicted S to the Hon, Judge (>f the County Court of much that is unexceptionable and highly intere$- WINNER of the great Company Ice, and expect soon to receive another 'f'

I* invalid a mrrkint. on the effects of which he L.-on County for letters of dismu-sion from the ad- ing. with cons' matter which a sweepstake &post-stake, cargo; so that families have an assurance appearing by satisfactory evidence, A.
I 3 and 4 beats at that they can be supplied daily through the whole deiendant, Thomas Jefferson Green is ,1
\ is willing to reputation. miui>tration of the estate of Jeeklah olerS, wi.l more gener. ro\\ inhabitant of the United
: He does nOL pretend that they are a posiiccure late et said county, dec. The size of 01 d the type so Tallahassie, wi stand season. States but resides misH
beneficial in but Admi'x. to at M.ri.lnna. present Persons wishing to will please leave province ot Texas, it is ordered, that the said
; or even every complaint LUKEY WATERS, compact, that the are equal subscrib d "-
; he most firmly believes that in nil diseases where acarthartic May 12, 1838-: 40-6m 200 ordinary octi not uiTord to season, which has alrl-a-, their names at the City Hoiel. Payment Icnd-ini do appear here on or bcf..re the 1 !

or an aperient medicine is needed, they print them at thi .at they have at FIF-! quarterly in advance. will be required. Te. her next, and answer the complainants bill IIOt.

: wiU be found lar superior to any of those drastic NOTICE. already been prir k. --.4-. 'I7D9LLARS, payn.Me Ice House will be opened on the first day of same will be taken for confessed against him W
IUrgatimdidnes: whIch nre so much puffed in weeks nfter dlr.1 hal apply tc the Hon. Some of the la ,., ained almost All thorough bred. and Icr\;ihl be delivered 10regularsuoribrs.e- the matters and things thereof deere arClrtiDglr

t the public prints ns purifiers of the blood. When SIX ef the Superior un (.f the Middle the whole of the. test ingh: :h Annuals. In the on the 1st December owned next.in the Territory, will be ery morning until 7 o'clock. And it is further Ordered tha' copy o ,;, Oe;
this .
.1 taken qc'onilg to the directions accompanying District of Florida, for leave to sell land belonging number lor October last, we copied the fiilLwingarticles mares nt time For further particulars of performance Marcb 2, l8l. 30-tAprl be prin ed monthly fo nine months m tome n..

4 them they highly beneficial in the prevention to the estate of Richard C. Parish deceased.J. being nearly all the Book of Be\uly- served end gratis.pedigree, see handbills, Spirit of the THOMAS BALTZELL, ppc published this THOS.Dianct.
and D. PAIU&H, .Im'r. Dwarf ,(the Back Unom H.DUVALCll
1 nndcure Bilious Fevers, Fever Ague The Emperor's ; Story ( Turf Rezisler. ATLAW
and ATTORNEY 1838
Jan. 13, Iarr9m
Tiles -
I li pcpsia, Liver Complaints, Sick Head _May_ 12_, 1E38._ 40-v Window ; The Monk of La Trappe; ,\.Y Con- :3. PITTMAN. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.WILL .
ache, Jaundice, Asthma, Dropsy, Rheumatism NOTICE. vent Days; The Invisible Girl, Aisha, an Jrabiaa Feb. 24. 1838. $9-3m regularly attend to business in the CLERKS OFFICE LEON SUP.COURT
the Hon Tale ; Rhoda Tracy ; A Legend of Halrnker ; The Iiwmton Herald and Spirit of the Timse, of and the Courts Middle District Flrrida
weeks after date shall to ,
of the Piles! we apply Superior
spleen A Sketch Thi- Januaryll8
: ; Enlargement of Bores
SIX McGchee, Judge ufthe County Court ol Aprtpos ; Syrian ; lart will publish the above for three months and forward of Lf>on, Jarksn, and Franklin CountiesHe Eliza Overstreet, Complainant,
Cholic, Female Obstructions, Heart-burn Madison Coui.ty for letursofadmiiiistiaiion upon ing ; Dream of Petrarcha ; The Concert; Bishop their acounts for payment.Commission will be found at his office on the hundred foot vs. S In Chuu-crf.

: : Nausea Furred Tongue Distension of the the estate James A Culelan. dtceascd, late of M\ilk ns on the Possibility ef a Passage to the street East of the Court House Square, near to hisresidence henry B. Overstreet. defendant. )

I, Siomach and Bowels Incipient Diarrhoea, sid county.. JJ'M. G HENDERSON, The ion. number January contains the whole! of House, New Orleans. unless absent on professional basin ss. IT appearinz by satisfactory evidence,that Hea.

: }Flatulence Habitual Costi\cness. Loss of JOHN HILL the splendid Authors of England," with LUNG & GK1VOT, Dec. 30. 1837. 21- B. O*erstreet, the defendant, is not a in

May 5h: 1838- 3J-6w follows 'htmselves ii New Orleans THOMP ON. habitant of tins Territory, but resides in the fbu
appetite Blotched or Sallow Complexion the best part of the Keepsake, as :- LESLIE A.
I II Mrs. Herrans; Sir Walter Scott; Lord Byron ; transaction of Commission uineS of Georgia, i is thal the said &feniJadoappear
and in all cases of Torpor of the Bowels NOTICE. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW
and the htle or before the 15th of
friend day
; of their 6
Robert Southey ; Counters ol ; Edward and the patronage May next: ,
I where a carthartic or an npcricnl ib needed. SIX ir-onths after vale, application will be made Lytton Balwcr ; Lady Mor lessatD An ; Percy Bys- public folicL thev pledge their best selvee.; TA LLAHASSKZ, FLORIDA. and answer the complainant's bill, or tie! sane

;. They arc ex-eedingly mild in their operation, producing the lIoi.Ju.lgeofthieCounty Court of Leon she Jlitlly ; Thomas Moore ; Charles Larn> ; A r 35-if HAVING resulet the pract ceof hi* profession be taken for con"essed against him,ard the wi

; neither nausea, griping nor debility County for letters ol dismission trom the administration -.. Miry Russell Mitfo-d ; Thomas ; |Will- ri7 prompt attention to any business and things thereof decreed accordingly.

Wherever these Pills have been once introduced of the estate of Francis Drcux, late of said lam Wordxwr.rth ; History of Campbel Engraving; PJ.ANTBH' HOI EL, entrusted to his charge, in the Superior CI.ar of tie .And ii 15 further cccreed that a co;>y of this Srdcr

into a family, they become a Handing remcdv, and county, deceased. CH.iRLES BbCKSTEIN. The Royal Marriage ; The Two Flirts, 4-c. <$e. TALLAHUIJ. Middle District Florida, and in the Court Ap- be printed weekly for four months in komentiipaperjinb'.isheJ

are called for apain and a ain.\hih i is sufficient April :'th, J838.-38 Cm Admr. Published by E. Litel 4 Co., 212 I Chestnut Subviribers inform their peal : in this disisict.Teste .

prool of their good qual; 1tit'l. street, above Eighth, idelphia. Sold also by THE and the public respectfully have taken Office on the south side of Washington Square. THOS. H. DUVAL,CI

\. Perhaps no article kind has ever been offered NOTICE. G. &. C. Carvill, & Co., New York ; Otis, Broaden the above House in Talkihassce, and are fitting i -Feb. 17. 1838 2 January 2C. 1818. ....2t-4m

to the public, supported by testimonials of a ALL persons indtbud to the estate of Co I Rich & Co., Bo ton ; and N. Hickman, Baltimore. up for the reception of visitors. The building IUCHA11I G. WELLFOKD. NOTICE.: -

character so decisive, Irom sources as respectable, art P.ri.t, d ceayed, are icques.td make Price, Three Dollars a year, payable 5'advance. I undergo thorough repair, I nd sevelil addition will ATTORNEY 5- COUNSELLOR AT LAW, indebted to the subscriber

I or'that has given more univc sil satisfaction. payment to the undersigned und uJ pe>sons h.iv. Five Ooli.irs will pay forljwocopies. be made during tht summer to the est iblishment.The TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA ALL persons stc,1 to and settle their notes art rr-
ilie hive the If the who'e medical will them fur properlyauthenticated. (11 or M-
Uitituony ( 1114 ciauns pieseut payment PENSACOLA MANSION HOUSE. tabe! will be furnished .with al delicaci-s the attend to business in the C. $.
regularly Esq.
; Sibley, immediiielyuBo
ol clunt
.f profession in their fn or,while not 0 sing'c case JuH.D.lAllU., market affords and tile Bar will b: stored with the WILL 'il
t.; \ ilonsrquence or inefficiency can: be alledgcd MILES ULAI\E, NEW CITY OF rEN-ACOLA. choicest ol wines and liquors. .The rooms and of Appeals, and in the Superior funl ei indulgence all can b given. Ami Sit will be

; : '! thcl. T.TUilfsBuLl THE subscriber havinz purchased the lease and bed will be well attended.,and vision:y safe- Courts of Leon Gadsden and Jefferson Coun commence notes or accounts D. unlai.1[ brtk
Hundreds and thousands b'ess the day they be- GEURGE ii. utiXNIS. of this well kno\\n establishmentfrom day .pri E : EMAN.Feb .
ly calculate on finding excellent accommod.lion., ties. Office N. E. Corner of McCarty and i8 30if. .
t rame. nc4ju.med; with Pet.r' Vegetable Pills;it. i- April 28th, I 1838.-38-tl .'umr's. Mr. Tayor, the late proprietor will be ready and good servanU to render them every necessary Menroe sis. ,

I Ii I which, in consequence of their extraordinary gooJ- to by the 1st of April next. Httcnti-. WATCHES JEWELRZ
I. n,5. have attmned a POPCIARITT cKPRtCEDEKKD .OTIGE. Numerous and costly improvements will b: foundin solicit the of their April, 1333 35-if ,
respectfully patronage
in the history of Medicinc. months after >. make returns to the oranrmu.t and accommodations of the hey and the LAW NOTICE. T iii: subscriber has on hand a hamtxioie, supply -
SIX old fr.cnds: public.
f The very circumstance alone that Physicians, in houuiaLiie County L'ourtuf ron county Mansion Hot e. New and more clmmuditJUi Ba- J. D. RYAN, M7HI. M. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY of tl.e above orticles. uhicl lie wIU.I6

: every part of ihe Union,but nvire especially.i 1 the and api'ly to the ume t'ur a discharge irum tlCddmili.llUlO tninjr will bi built, and warm baths will be P. LEWIS, T T AT LA W, will practice in all the Courts his us'al terms. He Iia.in hisernp'oy! np.-

S.uihern States, where they have loogheen in use, on the ca,a.u of \Illal G. 1. providec at all hours. stable will l>e attached to N. B.-Good stabling SETI lor horses, Middle Florida, and uilla.tcnd tosucb business rienced watch makers, and lie assures the public

are m.ikinfree use of il.em in their practice,speaks M\ItIJulatc .f faid county deceased. the Iou with good accommodation for hetsrsand on reasonable terms. provender as may be entrusted 10 his care. Office in the build- be will pare no pains to have their work done

volumns in their' Add to this the fact that H. lUU.NG ..\icULELLAN.Adihinis.raior.. carriages. First rate horses and carriages will be 1838. formerly occupied by Call and Walker. promptly a"d in the b-st manner.
7. ing
I L aM 1 who use them invariable recommend them to also k< pt for hire at moderate prices, and sail April 3 October 2'th. IC37. 13-if M r. B. JUetcalf has resumed I ihe Gun Smith to

their fri.nds, and the testimony in thdr favor is Mount Veinon, April 14, 183R. 36m6 row boats, with per >n to manage them for ant COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, M. I). F. siness in mj back shop aid. will he i tlal py attend

almost irreM.-tablc. .s an Anti-bilious remedy, use \isitors.. Billiards and other amusements James Gadsden CLERKS OFFICE LEON S UP. COURT to any jobs in that line.FREDERICK
w. and to prevent' costiveness, th.y have no mat. LAST NOTICE. usually found at watciiug places \ii also be furnished Middle District, Florida., Jan.. 6. 183-5. TOWLE.

: One fifty cent box wil establish their character, SIX months after date, I thal present my ac and so conducted :11 not inter'er with Wm. H. vs Ann Jane I In Chancery. Samuel Hale. Complainant, J Jvs. -Jan.- 6, 1S33. 2"2tfNOT1CK.

and prove that truth even in an advertise and voucheis, apply to the Hon. the comfort and quiet of the boar Jen. The wines Redding and others. t > In Chancery. .

ment. the.Coun.y Couit of Leon County, for a final settlement and liquors w.H b': of the beat quality; and to en- Holloman }J j jITappearingby Slaughter, Labuzan, others, ) .

More than two millions of boxes of these celebrated and d scnarge iroui the administration of sure a full supply of ice, a cargo has alreuly been evidence that Am. defendants. ALL those' who m tde purchases a: Parson Mar-

i 5 Pills, Lave ben sold in the United States the estate. of James Lcinou, late of said. County oideied, which will arrive about the 1st of May. satisfactory, rne of Oefend.mis ,abuse named I T appe Iing by satisfactory evidence, that the settle! the sira F ale*. are requesed i l.J.t > rD HACKLEY.orwar+anil.
deceased. detcndants. Labuzan and others. together -
bince January. Mr. F.G.Bamard,who
formerly kept popular is inhabitant of this Ternior '. but '
I Dr. Peter has received of fifteen bun- ROBERT P. GllEEN not an ) with the unknown heirs Augustine Sla"ghtcr, Tallahassee 14Jt March, 1833.
upwards Hotel in Wahintou City will conduct th : Hole) resides in the Mate of(Georgia, it is ordeied that -
died certificate, all given in consequence of the Ad'mr in right ifiiis wife, annali for the Proprietor, who, with such aid, contidei.llyensure she do and file her defence in the above dereised: are not inhabitants this Terriory. but '

I good done by his dicincs. A. Gieen, tonncrly Susanna A. Lemon.Hsrch the vistois of Jbt year, and Ins friendsgeucrally suit appear or before the first Monday of July next, reside in some of the United States, orderet, PRIVATElOARU.
on !
1 i That the public may rest assured of the salutary 10, 1 21- m6 that that the said defendants do appear here on or A ; family -fe or grnrlemr.can
._ :1 they wi receive every possible attention else the bill of complaint in said suit will be taken entertained at No 101 Cjlhounstreet
above the 15'.h ,and the ,
effects of tltse pills and the truth of the NotIcE.l and to satis day or May next answer complainants -
; thereby expects give general for confessed against her, and the deciee of the North 'i alUhussee.
L the following letters from g nIe.'uen ion. bill, or me same will be taken fir conftssedaainst Ad.ltion
sttments. medial tact i" this behalf awarded And i:
LL take notice that 1 have this court accordingly. 3t-rS
person them and the matters and thereof
p : first respectability are wi The local of this house ; things
advantages are furth'ordered thata of this older printed -
repcI day tiled in of the Clerk of O'adsden to wet is espy j L
I fully submitted.CLARKSVILLE. otcr knew to need lengthened description, hera. for four months in decreed accordingly. And it is further ordered thata UNION BAiNK OF FLORIV.-.
weekly some
County Court, & final and
my report account facts that Pensacola is the largest naval station of published in thi iliurirr\ Icwlaler copy of this order be published weekly for four is hereby piven to the subscribers to
; :, MECKLENBURG Co. VA. that asGuaidian so auuu of the late law Henry uiiuwb,S.I snail Mashuurn aemand, and of j 1.0 OUVCIII...., tho general rendezvous ol tie Let publication be made as prayed for. months, in some newspaper.THOS.piloted in this District NOTICE of this Bank that their title! papers
7, 1817. tLc Gulf Sxuadion the of its climate, refreshed \ Tcste H. DUVAL, Cl'k. HDuPonleEsq. .
Jebruary the said Court the settlement thereof, dis j ; salubiity THOH S RANDALL, Judge.A have been referred for examination to Charles
4 DEAl SIR: I embrace the opportuniiy of expressing charge as guardian. 'rHO anl G HA my V. constantly during summer months by true cipy WM. BUUD, Clerk. Januiry: 13. 183R. 2Mm: When refn.i ted upon nsfartoiily,

I I to you my gratification at the success which has Oct. '.4Jtfl, loJ7. : 12 the coolest: breezes from the Gulf-the beauty of Match 3, Ib38. 30-in4 LEON COUNlY SUPERIOR COURT. mortgages and bonds will be sent to lle f antiCs for

attended tbe administration of your valuable Pills 1 the Bay and the neighhorng: islands and rivers, Ri-lnrd Hayward, 1 ex-.cutibn. JOHN PARKH1LL, Cthler.

;: in this section of country. It is a common fault I 1NOTJCE. the abundance and del cacy of the fish with which DRUG STORK. vs. > In Chsnccry. March 10DISSOLUTION
I with those who compound nnd end patent medicines persons indebted to the estate of the late the waters abound, and proximity te the best Southern Thomas JfiTerson GreD.IT ,
in their favor, but from what 4kLL markets Pensacoh the THE ub-crilxrs have formed a co-partnersh.i OF PARTNESHIP.
"j' t say 10 much A. Nelson, uie requested to make give preference overall appearing to the satisfaction of ihe C.urt that
i 1 I seen of the effects of your Pills, I do not .).)ment to the undersigned,and ull)persons h
think as yet they have received unmerited praise claims will piesenl the same for payineiil, properly delightful summer resort. Waddel, Randolph, & Lewis. an inhabitant, of the United Sates of North Aratricu the undersigned, in the practice of

t I 1 Six months ago they were almost entirely unknown luthenticaled, or the same will be barred.P. First rate boats wi run between Pensaco'a and have received and now offer for sale, but a citizen of the Stare or Province of Texas, law in the district of East Florida, was on the "th

in this pirtof Virginia they arc now the : KERR, Mobile, and l will times be able to take the passengers -I They door north just of Mr Birge's clothing establish it is orJered by the Court, that if the said defendant instant by mutual consent. \lrd-tho
have. .In and sick from the New Orleans boats. one however, who have p'SlOI
most popular pills we dispepiia JAS. A. UERTHELOT, i Monroe street a geneaal assortment of Thomas Jefferson Green. does not appear and !
men, on
headache, derangement of the biliary organs and I Administrators. N. B. ARNOLD. answer the complaint filed by said Richard care during the existence of aid p itnersbi;', will

obstinate constipation of the bowels, I know of DO'' Jan. 20, 1838-24--If Pcnaacela, Feb. 15, 183834if FRI*SIIRUGS, MEDICINES, POINTS, crd Haywaid, on bil or lefore the tliiid day of the next have the benefit of the rervice of both until such

aperient more prompt and efficacious. Gentlemen wishing;to engage roomsfer their fa- a variety of Perfumery and Novermlirr term of this Comt, to be held in the business shall be omplctc.! THO. DOUGLASD.

'I, Their mildness And certainty ol action render NOTICE. mile!s, can address the proprietor. atPensacol.i, or fancy nancies for.he toilet city Tallahassee, in the Territory of Florida, the .

them a safe and efficient purgative for weakly mdi.I SIX MONTHS alter date application will be made to thHonorable Bewdl T. Tay'or! at New Orleans, the former .'Holders from Phicans.PI\ters and country fame will taken ns cnfessed.nnd 'he dcc-ee will February: 10th. 1838 28-3m
I viduas. and may be given at all times without any Judge ol the County Court of Leon County for Ide proprietor. merchants, will be thonkfoly received and faithfully be entered b him :
lert of di ini '8ioii from administration of tbe estate o attended to IS-tf against according to the payer of A CARD.
that tb References- Sand ford Mr. C Ciillum
i injurious frequently result Esq, ,
tonsc/juenccs sud bill
11 ere kut) foodtr of raid county. W. W. WADDEL.J. )f complaint. By order of the Judge, I
i from the long continued use calomel or blue deal.lale. PONDER Kxecutrii.EPIIUAIM B. McAlpin Eq., Lieut. Kibby Mobile-S T Tay- II. RANDOLPH.B. Thomas Randall. THOS. H. DUVAL, CTk, ayiHCMAS DOUGLAS will] continue to pneii

fl pill. G. BONDER, Executor. Plor, P Rca, New Oileai.s. By W- D. STONE Cl'k. Rise l law< in alihe courts in East Fl!>rida; sad
j $$1 the w hole,I consider them a valuable discov March 21,1838I. __30_ Fresh Supply of Spring & Summer February. 18 --26.6m and in the Court Appeals at Tal'lhL" eallpr"feniiitiul -

1 I ery. Very re--rei uTI Cc.-thx months alter the date hereof I Goods & Made either businfs, rnirus.ed shall
tfull' N Ready Clothing. wishing to travel north or -MQ to care, b
:'t S. II. H. M. D. shall th of the Court 1 received from PERSONS gZ mm : and
apply to ; Jude; County fj. 1 IE lubl"br haijuil per BngLucn.da to Apalahkola will do to pay promptly fttittifally attei.drd to, his residence
1 Dr. Jos. 1 Peters of Leon County, Florida, to be discharged from all jj an extensive aBsorlmenl Hprinj and attention to the following regulations. ITII I E Inler respectfully informs tile in the city of St. Augustine.

"tn fureeo. ;{, iah C.crnt.t'n Summer Clothing,cnnmstint in part of the following articles line established from Leon and adjacent counties, that he has I F. b. 16.1838 28m3NOTICE.
i is
ia:11avemae rrqtent uset your wnrf-tn'f l huh Super Blue Black,Greet and Drab Cloth Urem coat A new Mage 10\Y TaIan..hr..I" made appointed DAVID C. WILSON his

t; VEl in the incipient stageof Bilious Fevfr.. and nb.r :Ltcn. ., ((_the. u snit:., ''').c.-. &dn. Tut fc rlra Hiino.' tM1inerr4.do. aorDTocrtelle'in Thibt.to do"u;,-.t &.-.--rieu-MMii- .. diuvc,.,li hy.>way iu< a of_.Stewaii'n.i..._ ... _"..e. __1 ant. He"respectfully' ": '.-' 'nimn HULTI attorney VA1ORS. .

J; pits onni.tioniofi.ie Bowels; 010 I" tho Jan. 57, 1838. 25-Gm loQO Linen Round Jiekrti and Pant;,. Brown do. day the 5.h ins'.at 12 o'cock: and e\cry other day invites ihePIanteTs to caliand T HRanbiribers having formed a copartner
: .Jth. c"t... broniC' Diseases of thegeneral P. do ;Grai Linen Drew and Frock Coala A large assortment tlu-reifter, during the year. Passage fiom Tallahassee examine for themselves. ship,will hereafter conduct the Ding business
;. r f ":"si btaahe, debility, and many rVV.m. lu\'nl.lzsq.is my:attorney, nn.l per of Pantalonl of every varirty. An rlffanl anortment loB.iinliriJge. fiv- d liars from Baiuibrideto C. F. CLABAU CII. in the name ofSTEWART
other and in all cases found th to give any with the estate, will call ou of the lalMt Kyle (!rfilk and Mar -illo. Veiu. fine ;: : Talllntule Dec. 26, IS3C. 21-tf
/ relief. 3. D. BOYD 0 im. S.G.H. Ln.n 8hirt .Cotton do. with Linen bosomLinen boiomi Apulacliirola, by Steam P.IJe eight do KKS.Tuis Jk BARNARD.
Dr. J. P. Peters.MECKLEKBCF. (D. Clan.. Btocki.Silk lldkti.bhick Silk Cravat*. Hosiery,etc. I rout will L pert rmed altogether in the day GADSDEN SUP. COURT, MID. DIST Then shop will be found at the old Hand formerly

NOTICE. >exppcuil by the next arrival from New York, an I IuPrmentoffuhiollbleHA1. and lS e'ery efor will be made to give general March term, 18aS ; To wit : March 7, 1838. occupied by 5lr. E. B.Perkins, opposite the mar
months from daie, I shall apply to the saiisfartt'in, flatter themselves that ket house.
SIX Judge I tokholdef
H. Jones
Co.Va. Feb. that he Littlobury )
undr able
7',18. County Court for final di. i they will have of will full
c'tar tnexecuteanyorder a generous public. They keep
assortments of
used Dr. Pills in : e tbatmuty b to him be i. in patronage > In Chancery.
I the Having last twelve Pter! take my practice in flr from the administration of the estate of Dennis posseipion of three(rand reuilitl ftrull. Iterial:.the work. W. H C ASS ELS, A pent. David ThomsOn V > D.ug!: Chemicals, Patent Medicines Medicne, 1,
4 pleasure olesondrcd. men and the
giving JOHNLANIERA'Jm'i. 1111 to eSlte. the fuurlh nnd mOlt importanthe For passage apply at the singe office. pledge themselves to'ell but artides. -
tesUmony of their good effects in of dupepiia ; hopet to receive motion of complainant's folicitor: is nothing? genuine
my cases March 10.18:18: 31-n.6 by and by. the CAI from hu Marrh 10. 31-tf Ir\e: J. EDWIN
iieadacne tintoni for old account 1t3 him file his umendeJ bill STEWART M.D.
i s ck bilious fe\'ers. and other diseases -' B BULL granted to and exhibit in 47-tf
;4 produced by incapucty: (,fthe liver. NOTllE. AGENCY AT WASHINGTON CITY. NOTICE. this cause against the unknown heirs of David EDWARD BARN UD.Jr.

4 They are a sate and mild aperient-being the SIX months will present our RC' A DICK of Persons indebted to the estate of Richard Thomas, deceased,makir. them party to this suit BOOK.BINDERY.
,1 best article of the kind I have ever used. and vouchers to the Honorable the FRANCIS : ErS, the City Wash ALL Parish st"d and it appearing to the satisfaction of the curthat
the :: held deceased are requ< to make THE have
t G EO. Judge of the County Cot'rlof L-on appontment: the said unknown heirs do Subscribr opened a bindery in Tallahassee -
C. M. D. not reside in
SCOTT, County, and by him lor several years in the and War payment to the undersigned and all persons having i this Terri- branches
be Treasury to execute all
to ( from the
pray discharged ,
0 The following is fi om highly respectable planter administration on has claims willtlcnticited. them for to.y
I Departments undertaken the Claims present payment propel ly au oftkeir business in
the estate. .f Hezekiah Ponder Agency It is therefore ordered that as god style as can done
deceased. publication be b
I ofBcrkeCo. Ga before Congress, and other branches of the overn- JOHN D. PARISH, made elsewhere.Paper .
Peter's Pills I have ANN PONDER, Adm'rx. including comnrmsioners April 28. 1838.-38m2 Adm'r. for the term offour months, agreeably to the slat-
I ,- given them a fair trial; G- mpnt. under treaties, and in ruled foi bills, letters. J-c.
utes such made and
i t nearly three dozen boxct,having been used on my April 14 36m6 E PONDER Adm'r. the various public offices. lie will: attend to 100 DOLLARS unknowii heirs case ofiaid David provided; and that said Particular attention ptid tore-binding old boob

plantation within the list year and their administration all pre-emption cla'inc-the! procuring of pa HEAnI Thomas, deceased, do Newspapers, M. AN AWAY, or appear and plead answer or
has been with than for public lands-claims ( demur to the
more lost in The
medicine I have SUCCtf NOTICE tent service of United or hoses ber. on Saturday night, the 6th inst. a NE. ant's bill, filed! herein, before the ex com'lain. sublcriLrs pled:e themselves that all ardors '
used and Sta.es
,f any lure in recommending evr them ;to I friends pleu andneighbors. ALL those indebted to the lubcrlr will please ed, avahd, ale and-property destroy. GtlO FELLOW, named STEPHEN dark com- four months,or the sime will be taken rao shal b eeculed with neatness and despatch.CUSH.MAN& .
my revolutionary pensions
forward and their navy not i'fJie blackest sort.4 feet 7 A true from the minutes CON'Us HAYwARD.
accounts 8 inches cody
.-Tlieyaie Jquidatf claims! for pllctd. or ,
1 handy safe, and efficient, either cash revolutionary services, wlutlier for com. Tallahasse October 15 h
by or notee. Ift37. ,10tfNOTICE.
o of pressing high, weighs about 145 ::55
intention or
l and need bat a trial to be a pproveJ.HENRY. the mutation, half pay, bounty land, ns thoseaeainst pounds, hal full I. R. HARRIS Clerk.
j P. JONES. parties I contemplated, but simply to get a set the state of Virginia ns the wcl States forehead and stern countenance, is bald on tie top March I 17. 1838. 33.4 m .
lltmenl Ulit
before the business ;
Jos. Peters season re-comn.ences all claut. growing out of contracts with the of hi 1 head, is becoming giay his beard already. EDUCATION. subscriber has just received from
.J I: Prepared by Priestly M. D., at his II. J. HACKLY. gov- quite so, front teeth good with THE Georgia
If institution for the cure c-f obstinate diseases by April 28 oa i ernment, or damages sus'ained in consequence of vac\'Cles between MARRIED gentleman, and fUl rate 50 saw tin, Dad three of 40 $5WP
3o.lf them, round and small fingers A graduate of the
the action or conduct of the square across the plate, which he
means of vegetable icmedies. No. 120 Liberty government. And indeed University ofGlasgow Scotland cat t. sell| 0- accl-
shoulders has ,
I Street, New York. Each box contains 40 pills,- NEW CLOTHING STORE. any business befr: Cengress or the publicoffices. when he, left a,strong a blaek masculine woolen round walk. He hadon in the business of tuition: and accustomed long experienced modating terms. JOHN ISLER,

Pric fifty cents, .'hich may require the aid of an agent or at- l to red the and Eight miles east
THE Subscriber having purfh.s of Mr.J. J, torney. blue black casinelte pantaloons, boot tops fastened preoaratory undergraduate cours Nov. 15, 18>'. ofTslLh
invaluable Pills are sold wholesale his entire to his shoes.I es wl.h candidates for, and members of, the South I
JCTle Tallahassee at New York stock Cloths&c. His chrges.wit b moerte. denendine unon bystrops_ ..... .. .. !-...__._ __!" ___ LAND FOR
( price]> ill keep constantly pn hand at the old sUne the the am induced to believe that the above described -- C.1.o-' ".V'*vo 'u iv'uic nitn cii percua- SALE
and the Drug and Apothecary Stores of a full! and complete assortment of evrry article in vices a.nountofhe claill. extent of ser- l boy is making for Texas. He has been seen about nentlv; : (at the expiration of the present year,* in a THE Subscriber is ? &*** fl

STEWARD & BARNARD. his lice business. Garments of every deserip- MR. DICKENS known tomostofthose who have Squire Sapps, 1 Muscogee county, and probably healthy part of Florida, a Principal of an acade- l Tracts of Land sitaated within 5. l*.

WADDLE. RANDOLPH & LEWIS linn made to order with despatch, and in the most been in Congress within the last few by this time is travelling though Alabama. I wJ|| my or College. His lady has devoted almost 20 ant 25 miles from Tallahassee. The fre1\ats
Also for Sale in M.nticello by A. WIRICK. fashionable style hay. occupied public station yearn, or who give the ajove. reward of One Hundred dollars for ) ears to the arduous duties of female education, 19SO Acres, 150 cleared The

In duitiey. by Dr. DAVIDSON. By strict attention to businrss, and a desire to All letters must any be post-paid. at Washington. the apprehension cue conviction of tho kidnapper and intends to make it the business of her life.- Acres, 60 cleared. And the third 880 Acresabout

tOni in FICrid Georgia and Alabama. I be hopes la rech'e a share of public pun mage. caught in Georgia, twenty dollars if found out given to Literary ';entl men in South Carolinaand die Florida and will b sold on terms :dnnUtu

: : and enquire for Prrrus' Vu t- I L.OARLTON- RAN WAY of the state. JOHN H. WALTON Florida. Letters addressed to R. L. Edmonds to the purchaser.

Tsia.PILs.v, I Talahuse,1lay It, i28. 40-3w Talbout County. Ga. Jan. 15, 1838. 37-4w J A. YorKYlle. fc. C., will meet with immediate H. W. BRADE.
May 12th, 1838. 40-tf FROM my Plantation on t he morning The Alabama Journal Tallahassee March 15th 1837.
., _ _ WANTED TO HIRE 7th instant, two NEGROEs Floridian and N.O.BuI.eiin, Taldhaa lteftlon. t. -
see Irwingxon Herald
STEWART fc BARNARD ISAAC and JACK-bac is a yellow the above four times wi publsh DISSOLUTION. TINVRE
Likely NEGRO MEN for fleM hands weekly. /.
TWO bny. abut 19 years dd, 6 feet 7 or a ftHE Co-partnership heretofore R: E subscriber continues to on the n .
f HAVE. just received from New York airi Bal the balance. ef the year. ApplCENTER .. ))8 & ,tllw| when abut to, ',nd NOTICE. -4JL- the name of DUVAL & HCTCHINS existine, is this: under T ufccturing of Tin Ware and carry will at a'l tines-
f.-rsh supply or DRUGS & MED. JTEEtf. fSb .has; a awkwaid day
; very when dissolved by mutual consent. All have hand a either stw''"
r : FANCY ARTICLES M.iyItb,1838. 40.1 w JB& his appearance TO HE subscriber informs his friends and the proDs having o genu..laartmelt, I&
Perfumery feel so''
turning demands
IISEAtl much said
out. rgainst sale retail reasonable
walkiDc pub concern will them or on terms as can b
4JL lie that he has to
Ol.s Ware. AU of they JACK, as he has once i purchased the entire 4tu. in
.hi called is BovAt who is in Southern market deliverable
Fo..y fully authorized 'to any at mYlt"r
of the tosses ben trade ofDevti. &
tbe '
t warrant to be ef good by black fellow HCTCHINS and the
quality. about
nuine a 31
ESTIMATE very years ( feet hi'-h bUlmel will settle nil debts due by the concern. And all thoseindebted Tallahassee. WM. H. FRANCIS.
I Among their assortment may be found th. following and Trus Company by and a bold and impudent expression when address hereafter b continued in his own name in the same will make P. S. *"
'payment to him. Having now WVIkID.
the Charleston. experienced
valuable popular mcdicio lat at ed. both stare occupied by them. He his &
: f were rctuins
They in
pmebnsed Columbus to ALEX. all articles line,
CIRCULAR and the lor liberal lhank FORM will be made to ordeI in the above
HOHCK'B PANACEA, may make an attempt to retur there. A liberal' pablic the encouragement ha W. J. DUVAL and all Job work done without delay, either Ia tbe
BWAIMtJ AOCNCT Gco. tc Tatst Co.Cn..uTOJ. ) reward given for ceived, and he solicites a of. the
d wi b apprehension continuanc Tallahassee F.
de- 23d H-
.wn1" He has on hand and I s. April 1818. 38-tf tinware 01 sheet iron business. W.
.. April29th, 1838 jiverv. eonfement in Tallahassee or Mont joel- wi to keep a gei.eral Jan.6. 1838. 82-"
BwU assortment of such
n.Arent.'KtVahassec Jai. D. A.OAILLARD. go. as are necessary for the COPARTNERSHIP.
por DypPi Flo. Hill.J.flerson Co Fa.May 8,1838 town and chantry He invit. all those who Vf WE bavft this
Fever&A Dear Sir For the particulars of the late disaster 40-3 have day tntr into a Dpra undir UND FOR SALE.

CbspmssDyipepIeFlls, 01 fire befrredIOtheCltypap lam pleased sUrjiKioaL-OUHT. LEON COUN1 Y: and settle outstanding the tame.accounl Orders previous f.om to 18JJ, to call Grocery tM name and of CENTER Prorinon an KEE' ft WILLIAM* CENTER i>f a I will sell my tract of Land consi U' $ of *
R'aw&nd'i Tonic Minure, and AnU-Bilifias Fills slate the losses sustained by ibis Agency cannot SriNO amended to and tlc country Jan. !18 3 JOHN B KEEN. acne, 170 In a l.lb stileor cnHivation
b furnished
TERM punctually
Judkfns OtKOscnt( ulcers and oU 1838. goods at .1 aerO
7 exceed ,
< sores thin( tkMiMnd dolirs.( William 1 Lh lowet market price. food gin koose and screw, a taflteienfy ,
: T a rreal rarkty of, tb .Vu Hiiard, hi hcBt INFORMATION WANTED cabins, and provuioBS enr.afh b sopi'ly the r1"Ution
Dt. ) ,, Attachment prices livea for all kinds of
Mediein ap &IN'C)1OfIOMBE' .T r ( have
or 8
a, (404w Jonlz. produce. country I ascertained that fifty-two bales of cotton the flrrt The land is a.taaf d *
Agent FQHMY,DU year.
c Ako, WINK JJIUNDY, 9f. vary!I perior Conelqs ) Tallahassee, ALE.I .' of the estate of Jaml.Blak, of the crop of trolD THll.h.ss.-on the $1c.ukee road and a30

qaahty seleced upe,11y10rJ131.vf&bmck. I IM .. FIVK; JOJXABa BEWAKD. T take Defendant' ftnd all others interest will Apri 2. 38.tf 1836, were brought to TalUhasse, and have re log Mr. Loifmer and othrn. Immedhte

J ACitC. !P' .Pl Vf ,.n&1Gld f'enril Case..'itkn: I.MI* by attachment notice of'the'institution of the thove :. cfiv account sales of bat thirtJI.r; any'iorbr don will be five*. For term apply I.
,'a' REMOVAL.No.
"1 ; -aD Isjfalid4,3Jie ahoy. are requir lOappand fr m.dol the manner in ..ti:lteen Ha'ekin. TallafcaswB..A.ttif CHAPP
t' rc plead the REMOVED ta the
I Med
1, 1.nl."u.erur-I. iOlt. _'' f. w'J'"!o. .t.T a-Nia rfe t. _1ei 1 CI.ra.ien L 'mOJPN.IJI.ca.se. IU" T. K.&Uet. .tl tOrJ .ceupied by M..G.I.fc b_ were d|_*wcI be RAT.O thankfully REID.e. IlL 6. I. t

J83 3-3 psted May 7h, $ u.r"er.. Wl. pt.mi.t eommtpjcate ,wjUsntnpoa -J1J&wTJJrow J ;
CENER I K1EN. t1\ .utIl to Ib, R,f.lcf. 1 lu