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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: July 7, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Is published every Saturday, at FIVE Dollars per : do tohimi":
THE
innum, )I1'*"! wr.hmthe: year,-or FOUR Dollar> if FL.ORIB1A. '\71: rjavealHeud; whowniCMlcst.t I bare

raid in advance.ADVERTISEMENTS. inserted at One Dollar: per endeavourc ftocurehhn of what I believe

square of fifeen lines or less, for the first insertion .. rcled as a very ut>
wi'od'dayI'
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andji/y cents for each $subsequent r&lOD. peculiarityIt
Advertisements not marked with the number of "LAISSEZ NODS FAIRE. nlbre
insertions required, will be continued until forbid. is, i(act, a tort of sfshnessa) waui
aud charged for. of energy decision,and courage-a weakness
Letters to the Editor on business connected with :m\t: QAmurl 3* CSlmLIBy! : 2 WAQb:ZIB, awUa'\t a CQ "'C Ua UnQSQi1JQ( 49* -a disease of the nerves. I have
die establishment must be post f)4iJ. .
treated my friend with rough remedies

BY' AUTHORITY. I Governor lo bo duly elected. : l'roridcdJ J the United Stale And the first six days 01 I :urese! ita lives. The first election shall be goings round in it. That, in their turns, and endeavored to regenerate }his roentai

The Governor shill ord.T a new election he said courts, or so much thereof shall :'icld at !such time and place or places and be the rich should be poor-the happy miserable and moral constitution-bull had rather

LAW! OF TUP CKITED STATES, TASSI'D! AT THE iEC- when there i is a tic between two or more persons be necessary, s-hall be appropriated to th- conducted in such manner as the Governor -ihe wise foolish-llie foolish wise; undertake the cure of the gout or hronick
OND SCSMON OF TME WES'TT-FIFTII COKCRCJt.PUIIL1C voted for, to the made: rail of causes arising 'er the said consti shall and direct. The having
supply vacmey : un appoint person and that, in short, there should be the very rheumatism It is in the fellow's blood;
-No,2G. such And thus elected ution and laws. And writs of the of shall be declared
by tie. a person to error and ap greatest number votes -
deuse to pay. As advances, I believe. He will never be perfectly freefromit.
society
AN AC T to divide iho Territory of Wiscon- the Legislative Assembly: shall meet at lIch leals from the final decision of the ail : by the Governor to be duly elected, and
this principle ofrevolution is visible whereone .
-liin and to <<<>sial)IUb the Territorial Gov- place, and such day as he shall appoint; but courts, in all such .It"cs!" shall be made to I certificate thereof shall be given to the peron *
ernment of Iowa. thereafter the imc, place and manner of the supreme court of the Terrtoiy in Ih- so elected. would least expect it-and some cf We ware babies and schoomatcs togclh-

B.- it maclcd by the Sana: and Houseof holding and conduclini all electionby the same manner ts in other case?. The s>ai> Sec 15. And be it further enacted, Thatill the most (apparently) immutable virtues er. I am told that, even when an infantif

Representatives of the United S'ntra people, and the aiporlioniiig" ; the representation cltrks.b..11 recieve in all such cases' th- suit, process, and proceedings, and all in- and vices will, by and by, change their, any one entered the room during a fit

)America in Cor. rf>"'s nil, That ,. I Iii the :s.evcr>il counties to tm! Council same! fees which the clerk of the di ric' lictmeus al d informations winch shall be character, and the qualites which, in one: of pain and screaming, be would stop his

from and ufier the third diy of Ji.lv HFXI. and House ol Repiesentativen!! arcordmg to courts of IViscon-in Territory now receiver .indetetmincd on the third day of July next, age, make a good fellow, may constitute! cries in a moment,-the tears would stand

all Ihat part of the present Tertitnrvof Wi<- population shaH! be prescribed by law, as for similar .services.Sec. in the cistrict couits of Wisconsin Territory, a great rascal in the next. Certain faults !I motionless his cheeks, and he would
.
rflnin uhi, h lies west of the MissHsippi well as the dIY of the annual commencement 10. And be it further enacted, That west of he Mississippi river, shall be transferred may come in and virtues now upon
vogue; round in feet silence
liver nnd west of a line drawn due North of (the session of the said Legislative Assembly tlu're shill be; attorney foi the said Teiri to bo heard), tried prosecuted and determined feigned, if nol entirely open his great eyes per
practised,
from the heid waters fir sources of the Missi ; but no session in any year shall exceed !. tory appointed, w'li() >hall continue in office in the district courts hereby estab- out fashion.' I think may go will abashe that a stranger should witness
i*&''ppi to the Territorial line .,shall for the the term of !!ever.I-fivc day 'i.ur years, unless' sooner' nnnoved by the lished, which may include the said counites. modesty go tantrums. As a boy, he was modestin
purposes of temporary Government he and Sec. 5. And be it further enacted: That 1 I're.-ideni, and who shi ill receive the same I Sec. 16. And be it further enacted, That ou! of fashion. his worst form. He ucd to refuse to be

constitute separate Territorial Government every free white male citizens of the United ees and salary as the attorney oflhc< United all justices of the peace, constables, sheriffs And yet, if there is anything graceful, helped a seccoud time when half-starved,

Itv the name of luxva;and that from and after I State; above the age of I twenty-one years Slates, for the present Territory of Wis and all other executive and judicial officers, anything calculated to disarm criticism, and nearly killed himself once by standing
the sllId third day of July next, the present I who shall have: been an inhabitant ol* said consin. There shall al-o be a marshal for who shall be in office on the day of Ju to palliate defects, to ador virtues, it is. outside the door rather than come by tlu.
"Terntnrinl I Government of Wisconsin! shall: the Tel who shall ly next, in that of Territory "Modest" has been never used
Territory at the time flf its organization:. ritllry appointed hold his portion thp present (fire. The boys thought he was a coward,
extend only to that part of the present Terlilory shall be entitled to vote at the first election, office for four years, unless sooner: rcmoved Wisconsin which will then, by this but as a term of praise. How carefully, he shunned quarrels so carefully ; till, one

of Wisconsin \vhirh lies east of the and hall he eligible to any office within the by the President, who shall execute all pro- act. become the Territory of Iowa, shall be, it is inculcated upon the being vexed too far, he forgot, for
schoolboy day,
.Mississippi rivu. And after the !said' third said Territory; but the qualifications of voters ces? i issuing from the said churls when exrcising and ale hereby authorized and required to I Mamma?" five minutes his and .
day of July n'xt. nil power and authority at all subsequent eleelion hall) he suchas :. their jurisdiction as circuit and dis- continue to exercise and perform the dutiesof :My love." complaint, gave an :

of the Government If Wisconsin$ in and o\'cr.. shal! be determined by the Legislative.: Assembly tract courts of the United Stales.! lie shall their respective offices as officers of the ." May I have a piece of cake?" overgrown bully such a dressing, for striking -

he Territory hereby constituted, shall cense: Provided, That; the right: of.suffrage pel form the sanr.e duties, be subject to the Territory ofowf temporarily, and unti theyor No dear." a little boy whom he loved, that he I
Provide.That! in this act contained : I others duly appointed to their my regained his character in that particul:
nothing I I shall be exercised only by citizens: of the same regulations arid penalties, and be ':n- I'm "
shall be constiurd to impair the rights of United Slates.Sec. : illed to the same fees as the marshal of the places by the Territorial Government of very hungry, mamma. His modesty operated very injuriouslyupon

person or property now appertaining to any 6. And he it fUlther enacted, That district! court (If the United States for the Iowa. in the manner herein directed : Provided "Little. boys, my dear, should never his education, as he was fairly ash

Indians within the said Territory, ?o Ions the 1 '"islative of the Territory shall recent Territory Wisconsin; and shall, That no officer shall hold or continue i ash for things." Or, amed to compete with boys whom, had he

ns such rights shall temain: unexlinguis-hed ;I extend: to al\! rightful powes subject of legislation &n addition, be paid the sum ol two hundred in office, by virtue of this provision, over' Henry, what are you about, my love?" but thought so, he could have distanced.

by treaty between the United Slates and I Isuch hut no law shall be passed interfering with; dollars annually, as a compeiisalion for extra twelve months from the said third day of July I Gelling a piece of the pie, pa." As a man, he remaine backward, silent
Indian!, or lo impair the obligations of next, I Havin't 1 told
: services. a thousand tmes
.
the of the soil shall from the
tax you good
n to
prim v between the United Sec. 17. And be it further enacted. That I -incined
any treaty now existing ; Sec. 11. And be it further enacted That that children must
be imposed the of the United never help tlulwll'es' world to
upon property things : nay, to give up
Slate and touch Indians, or to impair or the Governor chief and all causes which shall have been or may be Or
States nor shnll the ]lands other Secretary, justice ,
; or himself.I
; prop whoever demanded all he had for
,
fleet the If the Government removed from tho held the
to
anywise authority ( courts by
associate and marshal shall! present
perty of non.rt'-id"lIls be taxed hi her than judge;, attorney John, what arc you going to do with have known him board Albany
: of the United States to make Wisconsin, in the counties west on an
any the lands or other of residents. All be nominated, and! by the advice and consent Territory ?"
regulations: respecting Furh Inji.ins, their ihe laws of the Covernor property and Legislative, of the Senate, appointed by the president of of the Mssissippi river, by appeal or otherwise your.l Eat orange it. sir." steamboat, resign his seat at breakfast-la-
lands: property, or other lights; by treaty or Assembly shill\ be submitted to, and :if disappioved lie United tatcs. The Governor secretary into the snpremc court for the Territory I' ble to a stranger. I have known him lenda
law, orotherxvi.se, which it would have been the Congress of the United' to be appointed as aforesaid, shall, before of Wisrrusin and which lh,11 be nnj Whatalone"u person his umbrella, and get wet him.
by,
to the Goveinmcnt to make if j determined therein on the third Jay of July s, If him blush
competent Slates, the same shall be null an.1 of they act as such, respectively take an oath or self. you spoke to a painful
llils act had never been passed: Provided, :t. noeffe.t. iffinnation, before sonic judge or justice I next, shall be certified by the clerk of the Are you not going to divide it with suffused I hs: cheeks, forehead, :and ears ;
That nothing in this act contained shall becun.trucJ said court, and of the! Fredrick Cut in two and give Fred-
SEC. of the peace, in the existing Territory of I Kupreme trl ferret i and, if you trod on his toe, lie begged your
7. And he it fudher enacted, That.
inhibit the Government of the of said "
of Iivva. rick the
court
lo Wisconsin commissioned and I supreme Territory largest
duly qualiied piece. pardon. Unluckily for him, he had a1
all officers, and all odicers
Uniifd Slates from dividing the Territory township( county to administer an oath or affirmation there to be proceeded in to finil: determination How graceful these virtues are How
or fortune and driven into the
except<< jndici.tl; officer*, justice of the peace, was not strug- t
hereby established l into one or more otherTerntoiirs !iclbre the associate in the saute manner that ihcy might Yet
,
cllid"ju'licl' or some jus- becoming youth they not
may have cured
sheriffs t of world that would
and desks of courts, shall be elected gle the -
in Mich and at suchtunes have been in the said court of the
manner
tice of the Supreme Lomt' of the United supreme be
the i in such is taught too incis.riminately? Are theynot him. He did think he had sufficient
as Cungri: shall; in its discretion, by people) manner as now States, to the constitution of thc U. Territory of Wisconsin. not
dtein convenient and proper fir from at prescribed by the laws of t the Temtoiy of :Mates, and support fur the faithful discharge of the Sec. 16. And be a further enacted Thai things to b unleared ? As abilities for any profession He applied

ladling& ;;: "'dy portion of aid Territory to any Wisconsin, or as may, after the first election, duties of their respective offices, which said I the sum of five thousand dollars, be, and the boy grows into manhood, are they himself seriously to nothing. lIe thought I
otlirr State Tl'Irltnn.ufthe United StilesSec. be provided by the Governor and the L-gis-: is of feasable ? Is this a world where peoplemust had denied him and that
or ; : oatlis when so taken, shall be ceilifted by the same hereby appropriated, out any : nature a memory,
2. And he it further.; enacted. That lative Assembly of 'Iowa Tcnitory. Tne person before whom the same shall have been money in lh: Trelur.v not otherwise appropriated "never ask Jor things? Does the he could not retain whal he read. He I

the executive power and aulh..rity in and Governor shall nominate, and by and with taken, and such certificate shall be received to be expended hy.nd under the laweyr, the soldier, the statesman, or the sneaked through life-hiding himself from

Her tin b.tij; Ttrutory: of Iowa shall be tho advice and consent of the Legist 1 ilive and recorded by the said Secretary among I direction of, the Governor 0"sail) Teiritoryoflowu merchant, succeed in his career by not. all eyes, as jibe had been an outcast } and,

ves'.J in a Governor who shall hold his Council, shall appoint all judicial officers the executive proceedings. And, afterwardslie in the purchase of a library, to be helping himself?-and is society sd constructed in company, when compelled to go there$
office: for three years, unless oonerrcinoved! justices of the peace, sheriffs nnd all militia chief justice and associate judges and all'I kept at the seat ol Government, for the ar- that individuals can wisely give
would find found him at
(ifyou
officers, lho of the staff: and all civil
? you
ly the Pirsidenl:! of the United; St.Ufs.The except other civil officers in said Territory, before ; nmodation of the Governor, Legislative the largest share of their goods and chat- .ir behind
officers here'n for. Vacancies all) generally corner, or a
Cjuvftnor shall reside within, the aid; Territory not provided hey act as! such, shall take a like<< oath or af- Assemblyjudges, secretary, nvirsrul, and tels to their neighbors. I have had some
: be cwmmander in-chief of thrtl1titil occunng in the recess of the Council said and such other door; lurking and skulking about, as if
shall irmation before the said Governor or Secre- attorney ol Tt-rrilory, casual with mankind
thereof, shall perform the duties' and sh ill be filled by appointment from the Governor mary, or some judjjc justice of the 7'errito- pernons as the Governor and Legislative dealings -enough watching an opportunity to pick sonie
rtlt'Ithe emoluments of buperiutendentofludun which shall expire at the end of tilt ry, who may bs duly commissioned and qua-! Assembly shall; direct.: to see how things go-but I have never body's pocket. At a dinner-party he

JiH.ur.-and shall appiovc of all laws next session of the Legislative As!" em'>K ; lied, which said (math or affirmation shall be Sec. 19. And be it further enacted, That met, or very rarely, anything of ibis sort I passed for a fool. He slipped the dishes

passed! by he Legislative; Assembly hiTore hut the slid Governor may appoint: in I lh<- certified ami. tmnsmitted by the person taking from and after the day named in this net for out of the nursery. SomE of my friendsown near him, whether he liked them or not-

(hey IihllItJIc eflWljhe; may grant pardo.is liiat instance, the officers, wb<> hall hold hu same to the Secretary, to be by him recorded the organiz:thoa oflhe Territory of Iowa, the houses. Dear old Mr. B. has thir- drank whenever he was asked; because he

for offences: against: ; the laws of the said tlieir offices until tins end of the next session as aforesaid ; and, afterwards, the ICI of the members of the C'om-il and :een-free, unencumbervl property. I was afraid to refuse-took every one for a

Territory, and reprieves for oflenc-'a against ol the sail I Legislative Assembly. like oath or affirmation: shall be taken, cerli- House of Representatives of the Territory have visited B. ofen.Ve arc on terms great man who swaggered and talked
(the laws of the United States, until the deciM Sec. 8. And be it further enacted Thai: I ied, and recorded, in suth manner and form! Wisconsin, shal\\ bit deemed to have of the most f'miliar intimacy. But B. rind made enemies of
people
large by
n ol the Pn'.id'ut. can In made known no member of the Legislative p I .sembly is may be prescribed by law. The Govern- I expired, and an entirely}' new orginiz-ilion.of has never presented me with seven of The idea
from htSr
of
!
thereon, he shall comis in all ofTi'-i-rs who shall hold, or be. appointed! : to, rny oilicc I or shall! receive an annual salary of fifteen Representatives I i of the Tenitory of \sron- these: thirteen houses. He has never givenme keeping away r.

fch.il! he appointed in office u.ider. the laws I ( creale.l orlhc salary oremolumuuts, ..vvhch I lundred dollars as Governor, and one thousand sin as coalituled by this: act, h,1 lake place' one. Nay, I occuped: one and being introduced to any one put him in a
hall have Leei increasedliilt; he was a year fever and, being called on once as a witness
of dollars of I : follows As after ; ,
the
said Tcrnloiy, and sh.illt.ike care th..tthe \ as superintendent Indian alLirs. a s : soon HS praclicubl: ; the amiable fellow who
laws be f. 3. And be it fin ih.r CtIlctel: ]. Thdt I ,IVO been elo lte": i, and for (sfl'. )'c I r afleiexpnali !" shall each teceive an annual salary ofilken Vrntory of \\ isconsin shall apportion the drank and-milk my and ate my slrawberries- contradicted himself and made such a

there sh..11 be n Serrrtuy of the sai'i Territory : n of such' term; and no person hold- \ hundred dollars. The Secretary shall thirteen members of the Counciland tw' nty- wouI not re-paper the roomsor piece of work ( ,, I his i friend lost his i

who shall reside iheivm, und hold his lug a c.dmrniiiion; or appointment u Id.,r the receive an annual salary of twelve hundred ..ix mneubers oflhe HMUSK of Representatives mend celar-r paint the entryor cause, because the jury did not beliete he:
U IIlte'l Slate., or any of its ftllicers, exccpiis / dollars. The said salaries shall be tho several counties district cut a through the bed-room
wfticc fur lour ye.ir.s, iinlcs removed by the paid quarter among or (:omtrised told the truth. Some think; him proud;
Presiduit of the United St.Uehe fhall record a nnlita lII1iCt.hall: be 11 niemlier yearly at the Treasury of the United. within this territory, according to their into the little adjoining dressingroom.At others affeclcd-olners aristocratic in the

and preserve all the laws and pioceedtiig jfthe said' Council or house of Rprvsentalivus States. The members of the Legislative Assembly .' lopulalion us nearly as may be ((Indian, exepcd. least, he paid me a visit one day, witha choice of his acquaintance-others that he
of the Legislative assembly hereinafter or hall bold: any oilicc under the sh ill be entitled to receive throe dolar .) The first election bhall be held at long story of"the times and raised on
fickle and takes offence others
constituted, and all I the acts and 1)iOcetditIg... (I ovci n iisei.t ol llhe said: (Tfiii'ory.Sec. ;* each per day, during their attendance at such lime as i tin: G'Jvero shall appoint me fifty dollars. easily-
that he is others that he is.a faol=:
(ii! tlic Gjvernur in his executive department; 9. And be it fUI her cnicted, Thu the sessions thereol ; and three dollars each and direct; arid shall be conducted, ai.d returns 1 myself practised modesty when 1 wasa I sly- .
lie i afflicted with
be hhall irannnil onu copy of the laws and the judicial !power "f the said Territory<< for evoiy/ twenty miles travel\ in going to and thereof made, in all respects, according young man. I had the mosl absurd and all because $ the
shall be vested ill court, district from the sessions estimated the .vi of of said Tern- unmeaning disease called modesty
one copy of the executive proceedings, on or a etiprcme clurning arcoidng to pr >ioiis the laws notions of generosity and confidence in
before the first Monday in December in each court probate courts, and in justice oflhneace. to the nearest usually traveled route.- tory, and the Governor shall declare the per- other I used to tell folks who which he has hic red praised till he think

>tar, to the Pr :sident of the United State ) The suj>remc court shall consist ol 1'lii'ie shall bo appropriated annually, the SOIl having the greatest number of votes tobe people. ita virtue. and which prevents 1he man
*ud, at the same time to copies of the laws! a chief justice, and two associate judges, sum of three hundred and fifty dollars; to be elected, und shall order a new election presented bills, particularly if they had from showing himself he is. The truth

to the Speaker of the house of Reprcsentat'vi ally two of whom bhall be a quorum, and expended by thc Go.ernor to defray the contingent when there is a tie bctvvccne Iwo or more clean shirts on, and were civil spoken."Oh .: is; his nature is, in some degree, weak ; and

-8, ("Ir the useol! Congress. And in case who shall hold a term at the fie.it of expenses of the 'l'cr ritor,)' ; and there p..rbllUI voted for, to supply the vacancy don't trouble yourself give mea I he his also fallen into a rnelaphysii<< al

of the death, removal, resignation, or mcevsary Government of the said; Territory amiunlly, shall also be appropriated, annually. a sufficient nad, by ueh tie. The persons thus elecUd receipt. I can never have any difficulty error. In a very proper dislike to impudence .
absence of the Governor 'from the Territory nd they hh.ill hold their offices during th.- sum, to be expended:( by the Secretaryof shl meet at Madison, the seat of Govinmenl with you." he has fa into' the opposite

the secretary fch.! ,ll have, and he i is I term of four years. The said Territory the Territory and upon an estimate to be on such day 8: he shall appoint, If a friend came with a note to be en- of len h certainly failing
modesty. re.er
I shall be divided into three districts made the of the of thereafter of
hereby authorized und required to execute judicial : by Secretary Treasury but the apportioning the rcprcenlation dorsed- ded the But I
other
ItnJ perform all the powers and duties of the I and a district couit or courts shall be held the United States, to defray the expenses of s in the several counties to the My, dear fellow, certainly with the tondemled.about con
Governor during xuch vacancy or necessary in each of the three districts, by one of the the Legislative Assembly, the punting of the Council and House of Representatives. greatest pleasure." tend that one i as undesirable as

absence, or until another Governor shall be judge A of the supreme court at such times laws, and other incidental expenses! ; and the according to population, the day of their If one asked to borrow anything olme the other. The world taken as an individual
duly appointed to fill such vacancy.Sec. and places as may Ite prescribed by \law; ; and Secretary of the Territory slmll annually ac. election, and the day for iho commencement is cunning. It praises modesty.
4. And he it further enacted, That (he said. judges shall after their appointment count to the Secretary of the Treasury of the If the session" tHe Legi.lativoitmLly -- Why ? So that it can have its will-

the legislative power shall be vested in the rospectivly, reside in the distiicl which United States, for the manner in which the shall be prescribed by law. "Unquestionably---help yourself" that it can clitio'se the best of every thing.So .

Governor and a Legislative,; Assembly. The shall be assigned to them. Tne jurisdiction aforesaid sum shall have been expended. Sec. 20. And be it rurther enacted, Thilempoianly I have, when a little fush, gone to folks that we, prfo'r! devils, who allow our-

Legislative Assembly shall consist of a oflhe several courts herein provided for. Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That and until otherwise provided and said- selves" to betaken in by its interested

Council nud House of Repicscntatives. both appellate and original, and that of the the inhabitants df tile raid Territory shall be by law of the Legislative Assembly, theGovernor Pray, wo'n't you let me lend you eulogies; may stand out of its way-may

The council fhall consist thirteen members probate courts, and of the justice of the entitled to all the rights, privileges, and immunities of Iht: Territory of iowa may define some money ?" offer it our' tributemay bring it our tithe

having the qualifications of voters as {peace, shall be as limited by law: Provided, heretofore granted and secured to the judicial diftrictl of said Terrilory.and And when, byany chance, they came td plgsmav J let it play the prince, and
heicinafter prescribed, whose term of aervicp.sbaU however. That justice. of the peace shall the Teiritory Wisconsin and ht its inhabitants assign the judges who may be appointed repay it, I used to blush arid stammer- whife we work. The world is ad
continue two years. The House of not have jurisdiction! of any matter of contro- ; and tne existing: laws of the Territoryof for said Territory, to the several dis- Nonsense! Don't. think of i!?' sleep
old fox "Out it I
Representatives shall consist of twenty-six versy, when the title or boundaires. : of land Wisconsin shall be extended over said ricls, and also appoint (he times for hold And this, too, perhaps, I really upon am its equal
numbers, possessing the same qualifications may be in dispute, or where the debt or sun Territory, so far as the same bo not incom- lug courts -in the several counties in each wanted the cash; but \t "her to take I am as good as it, any day. I go by the.
.prescribed foriheiiumbera oflhe Council!, claimed exceeds' fifty dollars. And the said patible with the provisions df this act, subject i JllrCt. by proclnmaliou to be issued by what was own. /0 modes law. I have a right to my dinner I,

and whose terra of service shall continue one supreme and district courts, respectively, nevertheless, to be altered!, modified, or repealed himi; the Legislative Assembly, at their my came here upon the earth to eat and
>ear. An appointment shall be made a* shall possess a chincery as Well a.s a common ,- by the Governor and Legislative As- frt! or subsequent session, may orga Yes. I have carried modesty with me till drink, and sleep, and enjoy myselYa's welt1as
nearly equal us practicable, among the law jurisdiction. Each district court sembly of the said Territory of Iowa ; and alter, or modify such judicial districts, I am tired of it. I have fairly worn it out: other people. I lend nobody my urn"

several countieM, for the election of the Council -hill appoint its clerk, who shall keep his further the laws of the United States are and assign the judge's. and alter the timesof I have analyzed it. It is not what 1 breila. I give no steamboat-man my

and Representatives. giving to each section otfico nl the place where the court may. beheld hereby extended over. and shall be in forcein holding the courts or any of them. thought it was. It must be taken with place at the breakfast-table. I do not

of the Territory representatives in the ratio and the said clerks shall! also be the said Territory, so far as the snnie, or any RH. M. JOHNSON, discretion and moderation, like wine and blush beneath the gate of any one. Whoare '

ellis population, Indians: excepted, os nearly registers in chancery; and any vacancy in provisions thereof, may: be applicable.Sec. Vice President of the United Slates other hurtful beverages. I is an crrour other people-_the very best of them r

J as may be. And the said member of the said office of clerk happening in the vacation. 13. And be it further enacted, That and President of the Senate. of youth-the child of ignorance and in-. Pooh for',other people J Hay they
of said court, be filled by the judge of the of the of JAMES K. POLK. .
council and House of Representatives shall may Legislative Assembly Territory experience. It is an affectation. It eva- -rank-family-so' I Or-
teside in and be inhabitants. of the district for said district, which appointment shall continue Iowa shall hold its first session at such time Speaker of the Hduse of Reps. with Show me modestmen money have
if I have notit's no fault
of
which they be elected. Previous to the until the next term of said court. And and place in said Territory as the Governor Approved, June 12th, 1839. porates age. your your statesman
may of who have lived in the world.
& t election, the Governor of the Temtory writs of error, bills of exception, and ap-; thereof shall appoint and direct ; and at said M. VAN BUREN. fifty, and rich merchants--your general's I
hall cause the census or enumeration of the pea's in chancery causes, shall be allowed session or as soon thereafter as may by them As to the chancres character and fa ate: Were they not born of Adam ? Does nature -

iohttbitants of the several counties in the in all cases, from the final] decisions of the be deemed expedient, the{ said Governor and MISCELLANY, I ion likely to be undergone by this and other i carefor them ? Don't the sea spit itt

Territory to be taken, and made by thd said district courts to the supreme court, Legislative Assembly shall proceed to locate virtues, I believe, before many hundred : their worships' faces ? Don't the cholera

sheriff of the said counties, respectively under such regulations as may bd prescibed and establish the Seat of Government for From the New York Mirror. years the world will acknowledge the truth I carr them,off? .Do s the toqthache beg

jaileis the same shall have been taken within by law; but in no case removed to the supreme srid Territory, at such place as they may Thctaffhts on Modesty. of my system. Such things have b.! dJlr pardon l.r call n&ui; door at the

three months previous to the third day of court shall trail% byjury be allowed inlaid deem eligible, which place, however, shall TI other side of th It was once a disgrace to know hoV to shoemaker's is the world ? Beshrew'it -

July next, nnd returns thereof made by said court. The supreme court may ap thereafter be subject to be changed by the Shandy was sure, qti( had read and write. It was once an honour '! A fiddle-stick for !t's

herifl; to the Governor. The first election point ita own clerk, arid every clerk shall said Governor nnd Legislative Assembly. her husband so,) that the to be'a" knight-errant, that Ito fake the nty-finger trader h .tjose: Lei it sjrui-aV
say
hall be held at tucti time and and be hold his OffiCe at the pleasure of the court And the sum of twenty thousand dollars, out hear
place into would "
round stood still. law own bands. who ? a hundredyears;
went or ,your tar
conducted in he shall have been And of in the Treasury not otherwise tihr' 4Who'ls
such manner ns the Governor by which nppoinled any money
this be ? BI robbey hence ? I
hall appoint nnd direct; and heshall at the writs of error arid appeals from the fin a ppropriatod I"I"is hereby granted to the said She eWcflj remember which now rglarhighli .Shal nfouOd-sbaU'
UIM time, declare ihe number of member decisions: of the said supreme court shall be Territory Iowa, \ lii:1t: shall be applied b} but of one or the other she was cerain.I L -petty larc bat be1' mft 't UDtt ; ) w i

of th'i Council and House of Representatives allowed and taken to the Supreme Court of the Governor and Legislative Aiscrnbl! ) could have put Mrs. Shandypre- tery iTh'ese are the modem nau) *, forchivalry. and blusb;*r stammer, audjotee'rny self-

to which each of the counties or district are the Uuited Stales, in the same manner and thereof, to defray the expenses d erecting cisely right on that 'subject. :'The world Your knighterfants.rowa- .respect. forget. ..mV identity.an

entitled iuder this net. The number of per- under the same tcgulalions as from the cir public buildings at the seat of government. goes ro. This, great globe, with ,its rfays, are,sent to Sing-Sing and Black- strike my olour ;r.ilii dtr'rY 'ft.

IOns authorized to ,be elected] ( having the cuit courts of the United States, where the Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, Thai mountains,'seas, and palaces, its towards,' well's Island. Your Richard C lld trs, at'the sight bifu 0. :

'I &greatest; number volt-sin each of the said value of the property, or the amount in a delegate to the House of Representative. fleets, and ami is, adle all, but a whirl Lions are hanged asbkede lip ever so .cunningt

uwties or distiicl, lor iho'Council, shall be controversy, to be ascertained ,by the oath of the United Slates to serve for the term o igig-a baton round on 'lihpuld nh''wonder if; otic ol leaf and .

detillred! by the said Gov ruJr to be duly or affirmation of either party, hall exceed two years; may bo elected by the voters qualified !. jle strings-a top asleep in We' these days, n .change were to take with aTeStfer;gld' in its' hat f Is if .
Reeled to the said Council;'nnd the "'n one. thousand dollar And each, pf iho .suid to elect members of the Legislativi space. t' Is
; per 'should not|be surprised-that,the affairs ofi place in the'estimation in which are held: millionaire i politician ? h it abrineer
person having the : 'Vuunbere .or district shall have nxercisq jurisdictioo Assembly who iball be enthred the SlID : '
greatert' courts and, 4
: : : i' 1 ; ; instead of beIjI l J it a soldier? Or hira'greator'etTHj
jjtce'nstnicted priqctplq .
for ihe-Hooae ...ho.she iurnbei to ''which>ieacb! county titulion'ar.4 Uw*.of.vbe;United{State/. p''invested 10 the*delef atcs,.from,'the several' Terjiuuie I Wrft ahould D ratljer.fm *' I.wer 1A hageaolo''d I '" f:. .tu\rb t "n' 'iiAKofY a Dm wbt'es tmldr.
""f be entttUd, shall also bl declared by the in the circuit ind district courts of of tbeJn1ted States to the said House of Re- {tte ltt ifps and lla .t, :lea 0 y' 't{ : m** ;


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:; 11 be steftmboal' ?-to lend my umbrella boat, but was in like manner suppressed. immediately south of this, and then t to pro- luhed, the false verajon-given} 'by the letter and I in remembered our,wamps with and gratitude hammocks by, every will be Flori-ever the worth citizens and excellence of Leon County will be in fully the prDtftj Con '"1

: By our common father, Adam, he must Johnson then made off in his boat towards reed towards tbe Wa-ka-sa-aa ponds, whereI writer of the Sun' would be harmless, tional I election.I *e"

p not thi Ik of it. He does not know me. the Island. This occurred near had been informed, recent sign of Indians this letter unnecessary. As that was not done, dian.1.). TAe Gnernor of the Territory of I I By Wm. II. 3Iichael. Geo. W. Hutch
the truth should be known, ;,,
it i 'due all that
had been to "
I I a-n a man--an honest man. 'Sdeath the spot where the "Peel" was burnt. seen. < itwas Florida. the present commander of the :Tallail b
and that letter denounced 'to the public, as
'' Whit is there better anywhere ? I know Johnson's retreat being upon Canadian Nttwnansville Captain Walker and Mr. fi. Knight of in the House, aj false in all essential particulars. 11. Southern Rightt.-Xotlo be tram- Guards ; his strict military discipl'o, is.

what life is. 1 know what it i is worth at Islands, and the speed of his boat surpass- I accompanied me as guides in, ; .* pled on with impunity by friend or fie. sure gnaia mice of the future prosperity Of the
also Indian with me
S its highest valuation. 1 know where the I ing every thing on the lake or river, when' an negro Sandy, was 12. Stufhem Commercial Emancipation.Begun corps.

good of it lit;&. I know where it is hot-1 I seea, all efforts yet to take him have fail- the Soon same after cupacily.entering on 'the Ke-nof.pa-haw At a meeting ef the citizens of Tallaha with characteristic feeling pursued .I By of arran Capt. G.Jent.W. Hutcbin The commit.tee .

low-wheie it i is fleeting-where it ed. He stales that he will not be taken prairie, Sandy, who had Irft me a fe;' mo- see held on Saturdaylast. pursuant to public with patriotic enerfiy. and Prompted by a n M[
I I mantle: of patriotic spirit, they cheerfully :
; show all smoke. 1 know where bend alive and that his fastness if suitable for: 13. The American fair.-The undenool
to I I ; not impregnable msnts, returned at full speed, and resorted notice to adopt measures the arranement for the celebration -
has nol improperly of
-and Jo reverence. I know icien to be !i will defy* any force that can for tint he had discovered n body of Iidiuns the expre-sior. of their regret for Ihe loss of our revolutionary matrons them., -And should a noble Anniversary, and have carried ;it I J!

t milcst. I modest when alone-mo. I time least be it. I the of \ haamork I our fellow citizens by the destruction of ihe descended upon
; am some at brought against encamped oo point a \ttse arrive to men's souls I ," they with credit to themselves, and the day
dest before myself modest at night under Our militia, it cannot be expected, jutting into the praiiicv; ; ; I iinmediate'y proceeded -' Steamer Pulaski, Gen. Thomas Brown was time ngain "try in ihe ar celebrate. v,
j and David C. Wilson.Ksq. will not be backward buckling on ;
the silent heavens modest the summit would be Canada with him and th' guides andexam-. called to the Chair
on willing to brothers ,
go upon husbands
father's
I : Secretary. Th object of mor of their AWFUL CATASTROPHE.The
which appointed ,
ined the situation of tbe was .
cunp
of mountainvith rivers fields and the of these
a
plains, ground, attempt arrest
enabled to do, vviihout being tUaCweied l the meeiing having been stated by the Chairman and Ions. j Northern mail of this morning U.
j and Towns, spread far beneath my feet. I desperate men ; but we are hourly in the and resolutionswere Volunteer Toast !
the the
following pieamblc brought following
limber us
from isolated of directly melancholly i8/
an grove A. Thnmpiflfl |-;
Lesle
} am modest when I see the eagle cleaving expectation of the arrival of some regular in fr-nt of their cncanipment, and a hall J offered by Chailes S. Sibley Esq. By Wm. II. Miched, and able gence.
heaven from the Cot has arrived here 1 Esq.-The intelligent cilizen ;I .
through; disappearing troops. Cummiugs mile d.hla nl. and unanimously adopted. I either in i From the Buffalo Comm.T'-iitl Saturi, ErL

earth: and leaving it in scorn behind. 1 and is waiting the arrival of the troops ;I'i Tho guides InlJ mo that the posilon occupied 1 WHERE, the Community has been deeply -I officer equal to any"his emerge.vy; in the t litter !I The steamboat North America H j just j ia

am modest when 1 look on the bee at 1m \ and signifies his readiness to aid the civil by the Indi ins, could only be approached afllcted in the los; of sev-/al of our most : ,the field or cabinet efficiency the I r: by the passen is of wh'ch': we le-irn tbe par!
tested at comingconventional
w-ni be
toil in thesand. officers in their efforts these valuable citizens in the drstracrion of the! place fully ticulars of a heart rending calamity-tJ jstruction .
I patient -on the ant working to arrest men : in two din ctions; one bj a strip I,I .

i I pause and tread a side. I respect I at all hazards. \t)1 land leading fiom where we stood 10 the Steamer I'alaski on the night of the 14th inst. I aren. The Territory orFlorida. of the new and elegant steamho,.

t tho and honest little I point-the other by a very citcuitous routethro41i during her passage from Savannah to Balti-; By Jo.. Dowlin !,i Wasluin ton, by fire, off Silver Creek,about
e unpretending j ,
> he thion h the intkfaligib'e -
-May 3 o'clock this with
J creature Never have I injured one wil)i', Another Sdure.-Capt. Homans, iti a laije hammock: ; upon ikis i inlor- iHaro,-Therefore, be it Resolved l l1st. exertions ;oilier citizens, become one ofthp. loss of FIFTY morning LIVE-, the estimateJ
Thai the loss of
Litiut.I we deeply deplore our
niaiion I 'cd twelve und'r
: lingly. I 1:1111 modest before an elephant! command: at Lewistown, has made another pla< men .states' of the confederacy. I! the
L. Woart & TheVaihington passed North Aa
I How with in-lruclikins lo conceal himself fellow citizpns, the Rev. J LadyDr. .
who sagacious silence seem to say, valuable sciiure of Patriot arms. Ninety in front of ihe .aid lo mike a clad at I J. EHin Stewart, Dr. Tho. F. Ash, C. Bv J. D. Bowen. Our late: Commander, : ( wl/le the ,Liter lay at Erie, in r..e'earl

'Man,. y"n should! be caged as I stand, with bayonets, were found secreted the grove as soon, ;as he should hear Hud>on, "'m. Stewart &F. Macrae who per I L. A. Thomps-To whatever clime may : part ef tb<- night and was not a
I am, ifou' had your due." I am modest at Dickinson's tavern, six miles from Lew- the first eniMinpnienl fire.I I i-hed on board the Steamer Puiaski, & whose ''he (O. the recollection of his pi: .t trvicesas those on board the North America uotil"bell]

when I find) the sweet violet, half hidden i Utoit, on the Lockport road.-They were I caused the remaining eighteen mew to : amiable deportment and intellectual and moral .; Captain of the Tallahassee Guard willever ,: witliia about three miles of this city, a bright

in the wo ul. breathing its little perfume principally English Tower muskets and dismount and tie their hoises to the rear of \iortlhjusd j endear them to our affections.2d be remembered.By : glare of light was discovered by the helmsman

upon: t'm% air---or, when I walk thro' the U. S. manufacture. the CIQVO.We That we sincerly sympathize with the W. il. Alichae1.: J. D. Westcott, : iu the direction of silver Creek and t the Jf.

<5cep wood, or over the broad hills, lying This indefatigable officer j is preventing then proceeded with Captain Walker relations of the unfortunate deceased, whose Esq.-The sentiments expressed by him 1 America was instantly put about for lbe crM

century after century ,ia the sunshine. I much mischief.-Bujfalt Com. Adv. June ns guide to gain the rear of the Indian?, bereavement time onlj can render tolerable, in the oratinn of ihe day, will he sustained by of apprehended disaster.

am modest when a calm and unprejudiced I which we did after a f itigumg march of about but cannot fully alleviate ; and the poignancyof every true Floridian when the crisis arrivesfor I'I,| On nearitig the spot about 6 o'clock! the i
hose is increased the nclion- burning hull of tire large and noble boat I
two miles, not however, before they had grief by aggravating vu
from the desk.
utters truth holy 6i4.TIiE
preacher the Orator of the The of
By rh. found the three
taken the alarm and pained trees, from circumstances attending their loss. corps drifting over waters, or four
I am modest over the graves of the young FLORIDI.\.X. relief of the Withlacoochee Blockhouse miles from shore with
,\I1i.h they opened us a brisk finwo -; 3d, That we consider the loss of the Pu not a li'iinghU\D.aDbe.
upon
and the C(tJ. TAI.LAIIASSKE.: FLORIDA: rushed forwird niimedi.ilely and !.Ive laski as attributable; to the sheer misconductof t the gallant deed and those who performed it, i ing em board. lie lake was literary covered
But, before' co-mates here on earth i should nnt be fur olten.I with hats. bonnets trunks
my them a spirited tire in reI un'.; drove them one or more of her officers, which, so far baggage, a.d
before the set of scrambling fortune- Saturday lUorniiiK, July 7, Hi3S.ti deep jut :) ihe hammock passed by filleen as it has be-n ascertained, merits the deepest I By Dennis Sh":. The reader of the blackened fragments of the wreck.

hunters and I Derivation of Independence, np.). T.Ward. The intense anxiety of the witnesses
mere pleasure-seekers, running ''or horse aid and the body of an reprobation of the public. of this
,I r.: >re auihoiizcJ' loan, ounce Duncan twenty ; Eq.-At the Convcntiorml election fearful for the fateufihe
and down street 1th That the of scene
frequent
up our traversing1 \ (Indian, (through 1 nude one of men occurrence steamboat passengenon
!III
Baker
liS a can ndate to re
backward and forward on rivers, crowding i l.esc..tlh. disasters and the consf'qucnlloss of valuable l- may he rnceive the snpporl of th" votprs fir tire 'xvfoilunate Washington, was partaOvre
: : C mnu ul G to our plices of amuscment---no, Il'ow I II was then reported Wv stated in our Iht paper that Stephenson our General and State Legislatures in the and gentlemanly' conduct entitle him to. boats near the shore, in which the surrnron
it, I am: not what is called modest I Walker ("h.,1:4 foremost in the fight) had
who embezzled the funds of the Commercial found enactment of wholesome laws\ for the regulation By Lt. S'nne of the Guards: The Rez-: of the disaster had been rescued from destruclien.
before these. I turn out for them on the :'been wounded. Upon reaching him I I '
Bank of A.ilachicola, and m.ldt'ftf"ilh of sanctioned and ular At my of the United Slale composed The alarm bad been given at Silver
walk. 1 if I I | that his wound wai mortal, and. that he was I II I i I steam navigation enforced
bills
pay my can. am hi* plunder had hren :, i disciplined mililii there should he no ti.vnlry Creek the flames
captured ncrS tOO far to give me instructions as i by severe penalties; for their violation.5th. I as soon as were perceived
very careful not to infringe upon their !. Joseph \Ii y Ihe citizens of that place and I gone any That a committee be appointed by between them except in the performa 1 from the shore, and fill the boats that could! be

rights ? and, when I tread on their feet, commixed, lo I't'ISal."t1\l ail. \\u learn 1: to my piIi4fl.1iie Indians tfcn us I the Chair to select a proper individual to deliver ice '?f their duty. : found were sent to the rescue ofhe su&rent

I beg their pinion. They shall have tWill I the last G.tzeltlh.it :1i S. wa- : from ri ht. left and were but fliiag with nprm httli effect ) a e'jlov upon our deceased fellow citi I By S. S. Siblpy. The' L di'-s of Taill.I t There were only three skiffs, beside the jaw!

nothing to complain of. Nay. I will, when brought upon a writ of habeas Carpus be- as,: men stuck centre rloe to their ireej",1 7.1'ncand that the proceedings of this rrrcet-I hassee whoso prompilv prep4red. the M >r- of the Waaflington, which could be thus used,
.,
unreasonable sacrifice of foie Ju&igt E.tus., nnd the amount of bait.Jtm.imled \ my Chairnun : lnl flag \\ orthydaughtorsofpitriolfreemer1. North America took board
about
not at .ui pro out About this; time. LIt III. I How made a rapid in be signed by the : and Secretary, :I.Tbe on

my path to do them: a favor. I would .! ; i.duoed from $ O,10O to $2,100 chaige, and disoJged< them from right I'' thereof, and published in the new!paj>ers of I 40 ol those saved, many of which, induJiuj
my {
pull any of them out of a ditch, or tell after which: he \\.*! gi ivin' IIIlu-tud\ the :three of his men were shot from their hors i this! cil\". ,j By S. W. Myn Thos. Jefferson all the ladies, remained on shore. There
!I Marual. There L'ir.g no jail: either conniy | I.1Y thc principles that he has inculcated were six dead bodies the
them wV.cn: they have dropped their much- his own hoist was shot from under him, te- The following gent'emen. Jessee II. Willis, ; picked up on spot;

Io\ed ptire. But as for bowing down or Teriilonul, ''irphetiMin UMS placed ct-ivinn. two wounds, and Ihe horse of one j[ Leslie :\. Thompson, and Turfcutt R.Betton remain engraven on the minds of .every i those ef l"jur children and two women. Oue
I undt a guard sic the Florida. lintel, where I Esqrs were appointed, s .i.t l committee. American, unti. they sh ill cease to be a man died of injuries soon after eaching tie!
before them---:as for stammering and turning of the men was shot al I"o receiving two
lit* wile and family were SII\' IJ". In the THOMAS BROWN Pros't. nation. j shore, and one child was dead in its mOl her's
J j
I wound Lieuienrnt I How then boretT ,
red for that the best of \
-as feeling couis of the evening it seems he was veryliWial D. C. ,WILSO.V SecV. i Sent by H. J. Hackley.! Health and arm. when she was taken out of the water.
his wounded had from the of
yell
them are any thing more than my fcllow- I at the h.tr and fin jjn.ird fell asleep..Ntcd jud inir prosperity to the Tallahassee Guard After picking up all the floating b
inen-no .' bv'r Lady, Why should I ? : we tt"lIlhc rest/ The prisoner lor khursti the Induns. that the v w erf making for our I I' ByJno. D. B',-,.o. Mnj. Geo. T. Ward I,which could be seen, the hull- which us
I : horses, he removed theu: to a more secure j I Fourth oIJnIy.At
T. s. F. I and i is now, no doubt, beyond lh* : I II and .Ia- D. Wotcott; When elected tu theCiiiventi'.ti still able to float the en..ioe-was tuwMJiutJ

i reach of pursuit." I I iLict.I j jI a mf'etinlIflhe citizens Ta'.lahis i, will ably. support and n.aititain :Sliver! Creek, 'it hen it sunk inGorcfeetsi
: Having lost muiJt'. ant' bc-injj encumInred see and vicmitv-on Salnrdiv i I list r. to rn Jk.
Ft am the Savannah Georgian. of Tuesday i ------- I <- t the nohts of the p ool**. ler. The North America remained at Sitter!
\\ c learn Jroin a gentleman recently arrived with ihe bod of Capt tin \\alker and | arrangements for the celebration of the 4th !
A DARRIXG[ ATTEMPT AT ROB i ) [Mr. Westcott 4rJIaj.. WirJ both rept.oded : Creek, employed in this melancholy business
j I
in thi< city Irom CX45: that a large ;three wounded iiKn I hardly knew which : July. Col. A.l.1. Gatlin, was called! to the
BERY. I } ; IO this toa-t. 6 or T hours, anti every_ thing was done! by
i I amount (It t C'm'tlenlallllone' ) is in circulation way 'lo turn still mv men dovc; bicklhc Chair, and Win. II. Michaels: appointed : i
lr.'Slt.UI in The T.iil.i Capt. Cdnui.d and his for the relief
re.ilv.
crew
The House of the Bank of the'' gave I
Banking in that cUllnfS'"lIe: o! the Floridi i ihe third time-look of Secretary.
'I m enemy possession
I I IIlr j h ssce Gnird.Brave soldiers. paTriotic ;; tIt! sjffcrers. Their and efficientser
State of Georgia, was entered b n\"eene identd, it i- uUo silted, had endorsed the their liorse whirh we were obliged to abandon On motion It wa< re-olved that a committee prompt
\itiz"II: and useful members of society. vices are entitled! to al; praise.
the closing of business on Saturday atrd :I )aper.Iot* being aware of! the deep fraud having led them into a :nar:h, not in of five be appointed to srlect an orn Maj. Wa d. after an eloquent vindication I The ill fated Washington: was built at Ash

Monday morning, supposed to be during practiced by the 1'llr'h isers of the Bank ;l Ollr piop T direction. The firing then ceaskd tom and reader of the Declaration of Indcpendence. of the fame and haracter of the volunteers I, tabula! last winter BPO had made but one trip

Sunday.; The outer door of the Vault for an interval (If twenty minute, it bay- nnd nuke other necessary ar
!I CONGRESS hate proposed to udjnurn on : ind people! of FIt id i, from the callirnni.s"hil'h I previous to her drstruclion. The lire caught
both sides ran 'emenls for the occasion. Whereupon
was forced open-nearly all the drawers the 9ih of July. There are so many matters : lug been continued on for one have been uttered again them re I[ near the boilers and had made such progress
1 1IJefore ihe following gentlemen! were appointed iid
and I
hour three Htcr
of the Officers' desks opened and searchedthe 'f.f inteiest nut ,\et.icled I hat it is believed qu jpecting the Seminole war pr.pned-The !' when discovered as to defy all attempts
upon S. .
the out of the committee viz. S. Sibley, \. A- Fisher.R. .
inner iron door presented the ob- the d Wm'I.( llch"ch J. A. HerlhI
which chance Hayward
-
ticle! to the'i1lims: entering Vault, and On th- 24ih ult. the vote came upon hammock, was by mere lilY t ark> to friend or fot-.j I I about, and the boat headrd fur shore but in a

the Buik ha sustained no loss, not a dollar the I Imit! pcr.diMil Tu-a.ury but, rich was ;. men bore along the fion bo.ly of Caj'and t,lin ehu-Walker :',I I lote.In! accordance w.th} the above resolution By L. C. Dennilv. The fair until
lost the they dropped : fatigue Florida.- -til lhal: can be wished and : and she was rendered unmanagable wretL
stolen in llouseli II 111 123 an
havin been were a vote ( to ,
as they un- )
made the
; lion. As 1 left the hammork. the Indians the committee following .
i I Ii 'I. arrangement
tbto\ c-n to the money. The following i oiIy 6 iiiemiicrs b.'in; .b*ellt. This cttles i I which ,. more than cai he expressed. had roi. rods been substituted as mekncholy
rallied and pave us long hots we1(II' I llo'ot. Heir. Tae Aholittonis's I lU has the .Mississippi,
the Mr. Middle if he i By of experience taught on
; question.- DOW,
may
K-ft on the table of the President ; ,. Orntor--J D. Wstcotf Jr.
ammunition imrs Esq.
piperas '%*>re unable to return as our
\ uill the : aU! be rod this appalling loss of life niight have beea
Sooth-May they
i resume >ecic : iL1out fcur ot upon a ,f
sj payments fail
directly in front of his chair, written I' was expended i:: Reader of the Declaration of Independence !
I the Government. ,. Bv S. H. Couttney.,'. The Ir..hallf the averted
in : bold hand. I ourwounded of C and M llj. George T. Ward.Manhal .
a pain I Wo co.iveyed (3 : We hear of
M l' he live Annivers.i- that ihe
I day. iy to see many surviving pas>engen
: "That iron door made a complete April j A few Jay- SIUCC the Hoops ftoti the pot 13 of F company,) that night to FUlt Calk: !I III I of the d IY, R. J. lIckl, E..q.j lies of '76. the Washington unite in stating that no bLiJDl'

Fool of us." And on the reverse of the *t Deadman'j Bay, und others under com t"iht miles from ihe pr.iiriei, and returned :i A procession was formed under the superintendence .1' By S. Y. CI,)'.;. The law for the oryanizitioa -''' can be attrilutabte to Captain Browa, tie

sheet, the following "It is hard to kick mand of Capls. Livingston, Smith Rivcl! II catty next morning and brought oil the body of th. Mir-li-il, in fiont of; of a sl-ne government! -.. none but :[ commander.
and made a thorough scout of the j of Capt. Walker.In I' City. Hotel in the following order. I los
l'w-um. We
against the pick-Bad Luck. 1 the veritable! Ea shall receive our bless hops end expect that the reported
countiynjtu of the settlement*, ill cuin I reconnoitring the ground, we found I 1. The Tallahassee Guards, as the E. \ of life *
: stated
Th? citizens should be upon the alert- I Hi;!. I as above, .013) prove exag'
l, and returniti different The result several cvcrtdith clotted blood I con. I
,
there are no doubt, incendiaries us, ; by routs. spots By Frederick Grern. Thu memory of ted. We have heard, since commencingtha
among I of this si'out wiis the c.iplure of three or arid the body of one Indian concealed be- I 2. Committee Arrangement.. Gen. \ artide. the loss estimated froa 50
who failing'; to obtain money, may resort to I four and \ lwe'n\wolog.c and covered with bu he I 3. Reverend Cler-iy. George Vahington.--May his love variously
ponies the siht of two or ihieeIndiana. > of country, and the principles whichhe I to 6O Many of the survivors were Wj

other means. Very few Indian signs were dia Our spoils were three ponies and two ri- i 4. Orator and Reader. acted in the days of upon'76 be the burned bhfore they left the boat.

All vagrants shoud! be arrested and ex. covered, and it i is believed thai the foe has. nf'!. From the number I nw running in !I!! 5. The Governor and Secretary of theTerritory. watchword ofevery stormy American. J We have no statement as to the probable

, amined. retired horn the nei"hbo, hooJ to the of the wood and the of their .
( east size encampment By A. Center. The Citizens of Talla I amount of pecuniary damage sustained bj
the Suwanne The sickness at the post at I i I suppose there were about 50 Indian I 6. Judiciary. has : this TLe must
IMPORTANT FROM TilE FRO -I >ee; May! the effects of their good doings distressing event. passengers
t Militia Officers I
United States and in
TIER. the Bay, and the probability of no ('rHmy\\I I tegret that the eiz of my command prevented 7. never h. I have suffered heavily. One roerciant fro1"1

! I baa iudticrd M jor Dearborn to retire to me !from effecting lUor Of my Uniform. I pPr Illinois lost 6.000 In
By Jos. J. The
moncv.
The : Evening Jurnal states on I II !' 1 of the district. Sheriff"of the 11el. orator and eader
; AUbany 8. Marshal :
I
:I more lavouille qu Liter$. ;1 1I \\n command I have nothing to compl tin- i of the I Since th" above was in we hive received
they type
meet 3rounJthe
the of Mr. J.V.. Turner a I County. and Clerks of the different Courts. J.1)IJ again us
authority :
n of my guides, their conduct was; all that I : on the the Buffaloe! Journal Saturday evening
next Anniversary.Sent .
deputy Marshal at Oswego, who arriveduAlb.ui I I The Sleamer Pulall..i.-'Vc have ,'cn.1 could expect or wt.sh. Owing to the kill 9. Intendent and Common Council ot! from which addiiioiulparticulars.
I by Capt. D. C Wilson, being unable we gather some
from LewiHOHI little further informut.on of Doctor I the City of Tallahassee.
< \ on Monday express I to give our and promnl: attention Bynn amhtppv I to attend. The Tallahassee! Guards .

: i, lii-: the Patriots of Upper Canada ''in rrgiird: to Ih: IKSS oflhiei: unortunate: boat, h report thai my wounded are in a i'' 10. Citizens and Strangers. Amongst I the first in.1335 buckle 0:1: the; The steam boat North America, Cap118

have 31l"ain made; a rally on their own soil !and no consolation to the friends of our ci fair way of recovery. The procession moved cp Adams Street knapsack, to shoulder the \ in ,", Edmunds, came to the relief of the \Vasbiu?

" \c _}bavins formed a camp in "Long I I Ilizens, uho were on hotrd. These id scarcely I hive the honor to be, sir, | to Jefferson op Jefferson lo Monroe, down Irate the to seaich: lu..ket.for ihe pene I ton. This boat was within sortieS or 10 auT'

Swamp" (an extensive marsh l lying between a hope that more than fifty nine alreadymentioned Your obedient servant, j Monroe to the Curl House, where the exercises .hose savage swamps and bloody knife had enemy been I of this city, but seeing the ligrit, the capO"8"

Creek 1 are saved. Tile vessels out in I I L. J. BE.LI. Capt. 2d Drag. ; were performed, opened with an their citizens I promptly back. anl was thus the
Grand Island and Chippewa ) scalping fellow in the east very put
,
; the Rev. R. B. Kerr.
search ol" (he wreck have all returned, and Colonel HARNEV. [ appropriate Prayer by of Several of 1'paseugers '*
thai and chi,aIr means saving lives.
themselves.The pride which becom many
where J fortifying may
they are now )
Committee the Oiatton
1 ep''l ftlis.ig, in with pieces of the wreck 2d Dragoon i By request of the exhausted
eth the bind Were picked almost
this force who crossed soldier together up
nucleus of hut L no human beings discovered. P. 5.-Since writing the foregoing report |I wil! be published next week. you stronger children
whom
than band brothers and it among was a woman with two
+ over from the United States in parties of (Letter I Tue exercises onclude-1 the procession a ; may be truly
the
' wiittun by several of sum I hav been informed by Lieut. Hardia I in her arms at least mile and half P0
said of first in first in a a
twen\ or thirtat a time, so as to evade vors censure the mate severely for his con that he bodies of two Indians were found bya was again formed, and returned to ihe hotel. in the hearts you, of war. peace, and I the wreck-the children were uaforaua"'

British \icilance, but volunteers are said duct UPOIhe occasion. Had he remained company of Diagoons from Micanopy:, In the evening ihe 7'allah.tssee Guards, By H. N. Coleman.your countrymen.Florida. She dead, however.

,;. ; to be flocking to them from all quarters. tiy the wreck and mrsisted in picking up the whilst scouring the hammock a'htrtthe engagement with a number of citizenS set down to a become a State in despite of her- will The master of abe boat and all the ocers

r. The number entrenched when they were unfortunate pxsseugcrs, and placing them took place. sumptuous repast prepared by Mr. Pool, at friends' pretended are among the survivors. The porter 'the

j discovered is supposed to be from 200 to upon rails constructed of fra'ineuU of the I_ J. ISEALL.Capt. the Ciiy Hotel where alter the cloth was By the Mr. Pool barber one wheelsman and two firecu- of
broken vessel, instead of abandoning themto 2d Dragoons. removed tho following toasts were drunk, Companv. a member
400. of the Guards.-Prevented other the crew, are know u to he lost.
their would have been lout. With with and by duties
fale,4fe\v -- interspersed speeches songs music
; The alarm was instantly given, and an Extriclof Letter lo th;EJ.t: ; dated from assembling with us. He has
ably retrieved
ihe assistance of thu boats, thu rafts could. I r. ; Capt. G. W. llnlchins of the Guards
4 express sent off to Toronto for a regular havo been towed to shore in half the time WASHINGTON, 17th June, 1833. I piesiding, assisted by S. S. Sibley: Esq.Vice hun:.lf by the noble fare spread be TO THE CITIZENS OF WILING

force to extricate them. This news, says that the fortunate survivors were in reaching DEAR SIR,-You will have seen in the President. fore his associates.By ION

the Journal, is very vague-we believe it it. newspapers, that in the course of the debate I Regular Toasts. Jos. Ken win. The 4th of July *76 I We, tbe committee, on the part of a

come by way of Toronto -but we think it A letter horn Captain Pooler published in ho tiouso, a few days since, on the bill 1. TAe 4/A of July 1776.-A day ever lobe M'iv it be celebrated by our descendantsuntil J number of the passengers of the r.uJskl

may be substantially relied upon. Tbis m'lhe Savannah Georgian stales that "Mr. making appropriation for the suppression of remembered by the fi tends of human lib time cannot be annmeraied.By brought to this place tender thecltaeos

evening's Western mail, will either refuteor Wade, of Floiidu, and an old gentle Indian hostilities, words of an unpleasant ten erh'. Tune H lal Columbia. J. B. Keen. Tho committee of arrangements. heartfefrpatiiude !i.or

confirm it. nun (ions Butfalo, N. Y. recently from Pen I dency occurred between Mr. Diddle of Penn 2. The Authors of the Magna Charta .-To their indefatigable exer Wilmington, onr hospitality WIUJwhich

Another Report.-Extract from a letter sacolu," and who doulHlcss weie. our fellow I sylvania, and Mr. Downing, tho Delegate of America.-May their virtuous and heroic lions, we owe much of the harmony whichwe die more than generous -ed-1t IS oot
from Florida : And from the sam source foituude be from thi day enjoy. we have been rece
citizen F. Macrea and Judge Rochester of perpetuated generation to fediD s.
from P. C. H. Brother
to
Esq. a gen- Peticlt. there being no person on tho you will havd learned, that the miller was generation till time is no more.y By a Jerseyman. The dying wurd> of in words that we can express our

tleman in this city, dated Queenston 14th: boat[ by Ibo n.lmeof McWad<4, having both promptly adjusted. by the voluntary interposition utkce Doodle. tbe bravo Lawrence, (: Jersey Hue) and but we pray to that Godwbo has P"* son

June, 1833: :>'t'il.ed.a settee to buny tbem above water, of mutual friends, who wer jxesent in 3. Washington the Father of his Conntry. which should be the motto of Florid. in her us, to shower down his choicest bki .

"To day the report !S, that the patriotsare and finding it insufficient to nu tnin both, their seats at the time, and heard anc saw all .-An example worthy of emulation, ol contest fora State government. "Don't give the people who have received and s0'ished

. kicking up another fuss with us. It is "Mr. Me Wade generously rclinquuhod" the that transpired. It is not my purpose to repeat the wise and good ofevery clime.Yaihmnton's. up the Ship." us.Wethink.

said that they crossed last night below betlce to the elder gentU-man and seized a the language used by cither Mr. B. or March. By tr. II. Michael. S. S. Sibley. E q. proper t o correct some

Lewistown, and arc now in the forest between piece of plank floating by at the lime. Mr. D.-It is wholly unnecessary to do so. 4. The txtamou of the Kecolxti**.-F.w The patriotic feeling displayed( by him o- made in a previous statement rc'llI' to

this and St. Catherine." Judge Rochester was taken up in the mates The whole matter has been adjusted to the I remain to witness Ibo happy fruits of their this occasion. i characteristic of the true this accident. The explosion took pl2Ct

Correspondence of the .Argu. boat, but being in feeble health was drowned entire both the satisfaction of the numerous iends of l.bor.-Yet their heroic deeds ic times of Jersey Blue. at from 12 to 15 minutes past efcttfl oD

WATER-TOWN, June 13, 1838. in landtag. Mr. MacreA has not been beard make gt"ntJemen-n1Y sole purpose is to peril and suffering are cherished by the sons By S. S. Sibley. Col's Mills and Beck- Thursday night, and in about 15
which
a I think due
Dear Sin-We have nothing of importance from, no doubt drowned in his efforts to statement to Mr. worthy ancestors. Old Lang Syne om of East Floridians in name and the P"_ -
D.. and indeed, to all concerned it is tbis thereafter the boat separated,
I in relation i io the affairs of the fron- reach the chore. On the day succeeding the debate 5. The President if the United StU spirit ; equally prompt to avenge the insults. of the boat sunk about 10 ftt
an article part
The only possible hope for those on board Preideul's Marrh. of their brethren against either white
tier, save the fact jUt communicated to the i is the that appeared| | in the Baltimore Sun, i in (be shapeof red. sng the hull left her, and her ttppcf eck-
eniner! poasibility some cons 6. The Army axd JV the United or
me, that this morning while the steamer loiter from of Di
Washington
3 t a
giving version the surface 113 rema
Iud Mr. to --- men kdOOJt.
ter might have fallen in with the wreck Statt Surpassed in numbers those ol [ Sibley preceded his toast by a brief
Oneida was passing Well' Island John- of the sparring bctwmni the by
two gentlemennamed been
carried the survivors In *t di"unt port. other nations incident to which referred. A great many having
but not in and discipline.
I J ton, with four men appeared in his longboat which is holly untrue and as to all gallantry i TI gntl the nkin olt
alluded drowned
We hive been t lav..red by Col. men to, are well by temporary
politely material
constructed in such a manner as to points absolutely false. This paper
Yinton with the official oltho I 7. The fought as brave ldi\f against the Sminote forward deck. At about balfpast.t1rtt:
Union.
following $
j equal the of the best steamboat. report was in the hands of Gen. Thompson, and the Worthy ita patriotic c
sped recent battle with the Indians near New- article shown to many members all of whom I founders, not to be destroyed by the servile but i was not so generally a the promenaded deck fell off feaviD4
,
He and his three cheers. I.
.: men gave ) nansville: pronounced it untrue in all essential particulars minions of foreign fanaticism.i recent visit to the North they had been provoked stem of the hpaj i uncovered,
was attempted to be returned ou board to thrush another kind of foe'--certain P
FORT GIULELAMO with
off many
NKWNANSVILLC drifted
\
,
; and Gen. Thompson so stated to the 8. Florida.A Territory oppressed and out sinking
the *te mboat, but was suppressed. .Johnoq Juuo f slanderers of Florida, and the reputation those on the
20th. 1838.
House in the rvraarks to-
visible
which he made, an* neglected -t\hy she at once assume hn o on it, plainly 12)
If. then raiSe4 from his boat the flag, oiftr r COLON j-I left ibi post on the nIb I nouncing that Mr. Middle and Mr. Downing proper Mutton$ in the Union, where her th pple.] ward > S. II.
; Ro1it f ee)( and second time gave ins!. wilh.a cutnmai.dcunstiug.fljtLio" I.i t.I I. mutually withdrew,all&nuve language used voice will be efFectually heard U I. Courtenay. Jnl E the small boats left us, not re

three sheers, ,wb/icb was. alto,attempted tc i How and)thin/ mounted 'draffrkiji jflteodV by then .*Jfo occasion referred to lithe 9. Giorgio. A IUnt' and Whether a tvgishtior, officer, o o tha* in the ',waterI d
| ehmlrictertices be doei bb who pick
do
up
.M rtun4 bY, iji..t tq rciupoife thl&s p'r rj i lying rerneriu if jBvn. dty. can more.By cvr'
tome QIJ.IKM ,
I ; had
; Thompson been at.-T rtndtrtt by b.f aooi I I Major Ceo, T. Ward, his them C the wreehs'-At baI1'E.past'

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-k. !L .t.-1-- .L ---,! m.J ----------J. _-_ feiaUe i 'I.- cnte. the LAXSOLCLT :
Pearson came to the forward deckon 3 "et.a.te, and centaiat
Capt. I Candidates for the Convention. Suwannee Springs. Notice. Union Bank Florida. ,
plank, having been flirvwn in I the wa- of t-TIiE Subscriber h.ui"gerected a STEAM by the Board of Director, that ; bo1 J Antimony Anenirnor a flY ol Icrm1iiei. .
a tnc fcuwannte; Springs
E authorised 10 announce the following Proprietois re- ORDERED I ....; form whatever. Thee entity
are THE tay are
ter by the explosion ; when he reached r.i; 7 eo.lcmen as C-mdidaie: for the Slate ctl'ully inlorm the' public tlia1 the etablishnitnt MILL at Iis plate. two and a half miles East of for the transaction of basinets in composed of cxtiacu Irob rare and Itou.'ul, pla,.U,
Tall ihxsseeV will b* nil times future be from 10 o'clock: until 2 o'clock m. |
will be ready by the middle of July. for ready at 10 supply a. 0. p.
f boat was in sight. On Saturday those Cvn VII II I iou, from tbdriespective counties. the vinuesot WhK-hiliougIt *f>jr known 'several
r no the reception: of 15 or 20 iamilies. From the solicitude wish Lumhernnd. Mal those who may favor him _Juo* 9 44 JOHN .PARKHlLL..Casb'r. Indian tribes 4i to eminent pbarmaceatiral -
recently
the forward deck picked up 5 personson Loon County. d II to visit these with application. JOHN G. jA fBLE. sntne
on expre s< ny any Jpring, *95 REWARD. eh.mi t-, are altogether npknown to she
a sm:ill deck, and on Tuesday at J 10, Got H. Washington Jas. D. Wustcolt, Jr. the Proprietors, have bet nand are using eveiy NeWr.ntnV;line 93, 18L9. 4RtfTax :! __ \'v A Y from the ft criber on the 2-lth i igror-nt preUndth lo mediral49cien ; and wore

J. A. M. those on the forward deck, were MHJ. John Tavlor Maj. George Ward di igeurc to make the ate mmoJaiijns Js .omfoit Collci tor's Notice. RUN negro fellow nf ll e nnme of Ned. never bit ore administered in s. Happily cfficatioujaeombinaka. .
Patkhill able ai circumstances wit adm'u.Aiiple Putsuj\wce ofl.iw, thi und.ninedViii pro- He is about r> fert 6 inches in height, dark comilexion. .
I after suffering incredible hardships, picked Gen. Leigh Read Gen. Samuel supplies have been laid in of most of the IN to the cd lection of Tcrritoii.il and County stout and well made,he has a mund full Their first opt ration is.t fU loosen 'train the coat

by Capt. Eli Davis of the Shr Thomas Reynolds L. A Thompson, ":sq. romfori, and many of the luxuries of thecointry. Taxes, due in L4on Ounty for the ye Jr .- "a.e. short pojj nose, rather turned up, and a down of the stomach and bowels: tlpearions, ; impurities; }

I up of who Col. II. W. Uraden Cot A. M. Tallin The e>ir l.. hllle nl ill h. miiderably' cnlarg- d He will :iuend at th" fo9owing places! betwern the lio k. Thn above negro belong* to Mr. Dupont. arid em lilies constantly .M.Ulinr around them ; and I

Henry Camerdon Philadelphia, (;ov John Branch Col. Win. Wyatt by the first August.. Tb charges will be modc l'OUN.ltA.\1.and3F.M.I I lor the purpose of ivinjr. in East Florida, and !is hiredjto: me.I I to remove the hardened fa"is winch. rb'lect' lb.eoI.uluti I

not only aided us, but at the request of Col. John G. Gamble raIl I rt-ce ying SMI id Taxes. will give i the above reward, for tile aprrthen-. (ni of the "lIoall i nteca.eu.; Ulhr medi-
those the forward deck and picked :Col. It oLt. Bnler June 3:, 18.3. AI* R. J. Ha. kley's Auuion Room, in Tnllahis- son:: and delivery of said Nero to me at ramps mon rinesonly partially cJ. Dt ll.e-e, tail J..H' ..cH
on .
up ; (Jen. John 1*. Du Val Gen. Thos. Brown s'e. -Monday, 2d, Tuesday bd, and Thursday, the St.Joseph and lola Railroad, and all reusor.- collected inns>efs behind as to produce tlbtuotl: J

six persons more. Of this gentleman, it \ D. Thos., B. Wynn Major Ben. Chaires COMPOUND Ilk J,Iv. i ble exprnsf (.aid, or 20 dollars lodged m any cosiivcuessvJlih all i itk: Ir-in of evli, or sur/dendi-/

i is unnecessary to say much, or of Capt. Gudsdcii County. -B. *JC.V CE OF SPRUCE, Walker's: Old Stoic, Shell Point on Friday, jail,so that I get him. arrhoea, with its iinmioenl ".!.Ku". The second
Cth :.ly. JOltS D.GRAY. enect of the VrgeiaUc L fe Pills li totlenie the kidneys *

Pearson-our feelings and their own speak DanieJ Buie John C yfurd For .In.i.; Beer. Ai! ;. G. Hull's Store, St. Marks, Saturday, 7th June 44wfi__________ and the bladder, aud by his means, the liver

sufficiently. 1 I Jefferson County. Witk directions fur u :.-Ftr SALE by July.At. Robert Gamble jr. aid John nnd the lungs, the teal by action of\vhi. b niirdy
I
time the remains of the Magnolia Monday 9th July. MYon dep odsupon the re:uluity of the unary! org lOa.
During the ,Joseph M'Cants, Esq. Farquhar Macrca, WADDEL, RANDOLPH, & LEWIS, jr. and my tnend John !
I 10 h The liood which I lakes its red colour riot the I
AI July. ,
Roads.
AtBlockei's Tuesday. .gcn-
and will attend
upper part of the tn".ard deck, was floating -!,: Daniel Bird, Esq. John N. PartridgeCol Tall.1ha.hf', Jllue Olb. 18 8. 47if.CS. : At.Inhn Smith's* \ilncsdiy, 1 1th July. Parkhill Esq. ure my absence agei.u,horn the Terri ty ofthe liver and the lungs before it passes into

Capt Pear on sanguine that if' James Gadsdcn Col. Abram Bella my At Joha DI'atishesOld Stoie, Thursday, 12th ii t > my business duiiiii my JOHN G. G.\ IBLE. the heart,being thus purified by them, blt nn1irtu- i

boat reached the shore we sh uld SIBL.E, I'.bq.: will'! Ix my aot dmiug tory. ed l hy fond com ng frot a clean tonarh,, courses
9 44
Auction. June
Negroes ul JulyAtJnhn
any my ahse..ceiroai the Tcniory. H..ST cheeX F'iday. 13th 1ul}. freely Ihrou3tr the vieus. reruns evely part of the !
have immediate relief, hut unfortm ately WILLbe-oid Iv the highest bidder, witllonl ZSA M'L 11 DUVAL. AlThomas. 11 and ley's. Satuulay, 1 lih Ji'ly. STOLEN system, and triumphantly mounts the tjuntr othralth I

those arriving in the boat expressed themselves WtdiCbd y the lltli 1 int.tjnt,, livery June .9 h, 1838. 47-tf At M .jor James ewort's. Monday. 1 ICth July. ON the fir.t day of June last from the planta i in the bluf'mill chetk. I

that the boat likely yvun- NEGRO MO. --- .tloxrphale's, 1"11' sully, 17th July. of H- C. Withers a large Bay Horse Tne fultowin: are among the 'distressing variety I
confidently --
so was TERMs-A cudit uiitilili*: ht ..', of January \' 1E are outhoi'iit aid ri quested to announce '1 1 h aitcntirn of the Citizens "H respectfully called one hind fot while anda while spot in the f..cc.- (human diseases to which the Vegetable Life Pll.s

iunk-that all was lost-that no induce- next. H. J. HACKLIIV. '' .Mjj j..r John L. Taylor.isnauiiJate to the I direction of "An Act ''u prnvi.I forthe A lil-eral re'anl will be given fur ihe dchviry of are well known l<> be infdiliab'e :
of Ta''ah.ni'.cc:: July. 3 I. IS'M Iw to represent dt"er1/ou.1 ('YUUI) III the the next LcgJVoticc. 'I the Hor-e 'he plantation if )Ir. \Withers: or to
ment appeared, worthy consideration, ni'H-ft eli>cln.il I roltertiiin! of the revenue, lie hopes at DYSPEPSIA by LI.uroafI.I cleansing the tint

to send boats to us. As soon however as Notice. uslaIje J U..uuit&l..itue2J, 1IJ.il'i-;. .tC-lr by n |rnni.t| l.qtiiilaiion: on their f art. he flay be //jyward &. Austin, Tallahassee.W.M.! jOhNSON.Maylt8i8. and second sioniaihs, and creating a flow of pure
: indebud t.. uie _ub::iiUr In !last ----0-- siveJ t'l' neci-SMty of re.ol ting t'j the last alternative lnuKhy bilr, in.-teud of the stale and acikl kind ;-

we arrived and a hope appeared of saving PERSONS, .- ,-, arc requeued: lo called iet.e therein nuntiored., ._44w4__ Fljtiil-ncy! P.ilpua ion of the hear', lo&s of jppc-

:any one, the most energetic measures were -. without 1'uriiiti deiay. t TlI(E Citi?' ns o. Jell' ison and the adjoining WILLIAM II. MICHAEL, ITIAHSIIAL'S SALE. tie, llear.-burnand Headache, Restl*net.l. IIIimpjr 1 ,

at once taken and \\ e hope that more will WILLIAM CEM I ER Count.: are lesptctfully invited 10 ji.ntake; of a Tax Collector, Leon Co. BY virtue cia wiitoffieri facia, issued oU' ot AniKly, Langour,Melancholy: ,m hub !
.T. llauas.ee, lily 7; 18J8 _44w UAUBACUE, to b,- u"i ivcu at .\Io n ICI LLJ, un June I3ih, 183*. 46tfN. the Superior Court of the Mid.Mr DistrictofFloiida aie the iotral :YI"pl..nl' bjijxiLsJa, will .,nni&Iii
be found and rescued. ;. The Declaration of A in.i B.- f he Subicrihcr.desiresprsns owing for Jeffrson County, in which he* id ; a natuial nsiqut-nceof 118 'UI'. Cip>ti*. n the1th
Notice.
July. icay
OSSIAN GREGORY, 1 ,ilencu-icnc wi I be read ai d an Oration by E. Taxes lor the vcnr 183C/; & 7, to pay the sam<:ovcr Pellerin is plintiffau'd Claude Jacqueminot defendant by cleai.iinj; ilit whole len thwf ihe inicMmti witli! t
C W CLIFTON IT being generally believed and exptCICIthat\ C.lbcl e I will be delivEred tn the to Mr. Win. II M>chae1lhe l, present Tax Colec-: I have levied upon and will exj ose for sale a solvent |'rcKes.,nnd without violence; ui> v..Ie!.t
'right T. Lilisvson, talc of the County ol' Le u, Car iitoit The L.idie, l-sq.are respecJtilly i.iv.leJ to tor, without delay, and save him the ullpltt51; duly at public vei due to the highest bidder, at ihe rourt purges leave the bowels costive within two days. ;

: W FREEMAN, in iliii 'liniiuiy, dud without having any' lawful Ce3soul.nd the leading of the Declaration and the Dei of'u sUlUm.lr) pn>ces. of Ltw, aza'nsithem.S.H.DUVAL Louse Monticello, Jeffeison county, on Saturday Uiarnnzd :aid Cholera,l1y removing ibar!is acrid !

A LOVEJOY heirs, MOTICK w helel., j.iven, aicoidm ti, the alit:i.. of the I Ii.t; un. the Tin July next, in Ieal hours, the fol'owing: fluid-, by which these ccmplaii is are ocmsior.td; J .
statute in such ca.be nuilc and providej, u.at a.d ery"I llli: COJ/MI I'TEE OF INVITATION. _Former Tax Cotlrctor.! Leon Co. property, viz: North !Pe>l qu- rter cT North Kast and by promoting: ihe lubricative McretiM> ot the

f; GEORGE LTWIGGS, Wright T. Ulis.!yn oud at fthJl i'ouu, in the (Jo.o M .iietlli, June ::uthi. Notice. quartrr S ct on 25, T.-nsAi I, .flsel, SouiU mucus membrane. Feers.ahtkndby ie>lur.vf i I
JOHN PEARSON Leon on the _<:d July, IJ7, leaving a pci6un.ileitaie l83I.Breught ___ and East. Sou.u; East quarter .t 'orih West lire blood 10 a regular circulation, through ihej>r...-
:J' H L ajvmined at ab ut $ -00 ;..11..1 uiusun .vusatKut to Jail DURING. \my absence from the Territory, I quarter of Sect inn 19 S.ut.iYt st qu titer of NorthWest Cess oJ pei_Pia all on In some cak.l', and tbil\: .ruu';1i !

GREENWOOD.Committee. j leit d in-Mc hi;li, ul I'ght lomplrxiun and MO.NTlUi.l-L", oi .Ii' voti inst. the following : !i.l.ier I" my auihoriz accnt.EDVVIX qmrter Section 19. North West quar er 'luiiit ii al! intestinal' obstrn.-t or.s ir uihcis.:
haii, and *upj. .r>cd 10 be tb ...t .5 yiam of i';;:.- tN NEGROES PiTVK l1.J .ut !8 or VO W. )OR EY. or Weslquarti-rofSectiun 3J, Township' I.R..ne The LIFE FILLS h ice betii known tocuie rl.eu- I
St. Mark'J.Jnno 45-tf
I7ih 18"'B.
Wilmington, June 21st, 1639. us re u.i"ns; u l ai.y, :are supjxisid 10 reside ii the v.ars ol'a-e, dark commit xion hvc tteifour ore 4. South and Eas'. m at ism permanently in kite tek.,and Gout n>
I SI.ilo ot .%on ii Carolina.IIKMlY nc.ic. high.IIINIVI. Leon County. Fl. DisU of St. Marks. Levi d up' n and! to be sold as the property of half thai lin.e,hy removing Icrk!iutIaii.La.it n frt m !

: 11. .VALKElt, Administrator.Julv about 2 or 30 years of ago-light comI JUSTICES COURT said defendant said en cation, according the muscles and ligjm-cts "'ftbejiin's. Dicp>lU I
be ashed 7.. 1H t. 4oovv tola H. tJ. DUVAL, Maisbal. ">fall kinds, by liteing and ilr. ngihenin il.vtn .
inches
Perhaps the question may '- I lex on, a':>out !lour ftel. leu r h-gh ; Ch.i,topher SmU"ltaclmeut, for $!15 1ctnu. M.r!.1I. niesaad
MINOR WALKER Deputy bladder : ;
abroad why coasting vessels and steamboats Notice. says l.c 1.1 l)n:s to John Chapman, and is hired t') vs. \ !Issued Jun; 3d, I I83S. RetuiJo By ; they operate most deligl.tluh'on
iu.rcuX.jre under June7SIIS tli'< e important' an', ui d he .ce have ever
rBTHC eiistiug Je \\11:11.01 /.e'
Co-j.utni.-r p ; o ee >n County. nable !
wore not sent out immediately upon M IIII U IIIIIt fSfl'.liMIALIJEN, is ibis I NANCY, a gnl, abo. t I 1-or 15 yinls of age,dark 'epli Crr.skey. ) lt Saturday in July. NOTICE. been found certain remedy fur the worst ca* s of .

ihe news of the loss of the Pulaski, with Jay t'.i-!heJ I I.>y luuiuai clI.lUclil.11 inusc hiviii complexion: ub >w: ten or ee\ellludus: hi;h. finllE lef.-nd.intnnd. : all others .< rested will Tb lIE stockholders in the T-ilniha-see Rail Rail Gravel. Ako; Womts, by d.slodging from the I
take .tic ot tin institution. of the above : bowels
Ji.
n : suit of
cl-ii'iis .'galllltlhc said limi, w.li present the I Pier a..U Nany iuj posed o belong! tu Joseph .i Company lire heieby nu.ifieti that -nSticlit ins>tal- turnups ihe thu slimy mater tu which j
the hope; of rescuing others of the passengers juic i I'r payment: and a.llh s<: Juc the said him U'o.nlrutf', and are hired .u Je-.see M. VVilln. by attachmcn', and tleyare hereby notified and of _ve per teat on the capita! sleek in said ecie.ituiesiidl.ere ; Aalbmi\and C'onsnnipiioii, I ,

and crew ; The answer is simple and Will bit lie i lieu no-oUuU, \ uli 1. II. zjuaim, uL>Jiduly > 1FM. It.TAYLOU. quired to appear and defend the same at JusticeWLiiinn's I corrpiny is requited to oc paid on or before tt.e by relieving the air ves-H Is of tm laftgs irom, the j 1 ;

satisfactory and we feel that we as the ami.01.zed tusutle the ..: nc.I Shtntrund Jailor J tiler son Co. Oifie*. in St. Murks, at 10 o'clock on the 25ih day of June In tl.nt. By order of the Board mucus, which even slight colds will s cc- si- u. *bids. "
first in July. 1'38CIIR1STOPIJEIt if
*. 11 i A AI.V, June .;.0 h I8IK- 47 if Siluiday of Directors T. R. R. Company.T. not icmoveil becomes hardened, and pndocisthjse .
organ of the town Wilmington, are LEV A. MADDEN __ SMITH, Phff. BETTON, Sev.'y. dreadful diseases. Scurvy, Ulvers, and Inveterate 1

morally bound to state-That the universal The butine s i i'l 1 l.eitaf er bj .UJUC.tU uuJcr Turtle Soup and Steak.HAVLNLi June 3. 1838. 45-3w Juni9 44w3_ Sores, by ihe perfect purity which! thefr 1 I
1ma constant --- --- Life Pill to the bio. d and all the huii.oum' ;
; five
maoc an
( made here the l<.c siyl a.j 11.lIn 1..11! 1' Ii, ov :.>l & CO. augments AGENCY .WASHINGTON: CITY. ;
impression by statement PLANTERS.
.M..1.. J.ly'A 1'38 4J3n of UUKli.N : during the TO Scorbutic t-rupa..Lsf, ard badcoin|'.eiions, ly their
of the ls.t mate, !Mr. Hibbert. (who -t sum in r, the lu"IIC "Ie rtrt.ifully lufjimcd, that FRANCIS A. DICK ENS, urtt.e City of Wash fin II IK TEEN Sets Caat Iron segments suitable alterative elFtct upon the fluids thai led the si in,
the Notice. t urt.e i'. up wIIILes.rreJuprq'u.arlc\'crjl1ay, rej:ned the apjio'iitmi-nl held 1 for gn: "ear,arrived from the Baltimore f nn- the mOlbit.l state of which occasions all eruptive
reached hours after
Wilmington 82 .*!|HIC sub! cii':. r wi.l couinue icguhily to run at the Cay ll.
occurrence) was, that there was no hope H .1 two nor-e SL.ie Iniiii ..BuIuy tuL'tutialiuociice -. e- .ainiiici_m_ can te f.ir.iished wi'hi Tunic in has un'Jeruk.-n the Azcncy Claims Jutic9 41 complexions. Ihe use of these piUs for a very short

that any others were still surviving. Indccdit which will al\ a> a 1 Lave iiiim.-d1.it. ly afur I ili; iii.inui:, ..r vvitii: rio ip betAveeu l\i and li u'.1 b>-ore C. -nrts*. niul other Lra nclll'S of tl e ('overnHisclurgM time. will e lief tan entire cure ol Salt- Rheum.----. -Erv--
i "
t ic iinival of! tli. mill frail Tdllaliu-si-c. lie isjls cI"CK. every day. on 4ii>i was highly improbable that tempest prc'artd| IUU a luiir. liore Cuacli, whc'IICvc r I:. POOL.uper'L the varioiif p'.blic ofiires. He will attend tall <> 1838. 01 the skin. Common Colds and Influenza, will

tot and worn out beings could live upon the in inucrot'|' -.' Lig.i" .ire sucli a&iiiet\ 0 hui.se nOWII'City HotelIVotice. prc-eniftim cla'm-:--tl.e procuring of pui lli h..rJ Dawson, Plaintiff, ) aI.tayslceureduy on( dcse, c-r by two, enD in
of wreck the } ijjjc cannot omeiiicn.Iy UHr). lie will as! > con __ i I. nts for public I Im.la C'SIMIS' f.ir hor-es lost in vs. >In Replevin! the vvorsi canes. 1'iles-at a remedy for I this moat
fragments a through
\.joen Uniic 10 VII a tuui. hor-e roacli lr<> gale of Sunday.'. *'au.i ;rt at u i.icii (jl.icc u \\ill! mtCi. il.c l.nc ol 'fll1 TY dayman?. date, ap licatitn will iuv.iil! I, rtviilutiotia'y and navy PCliSIIIIIC- N motion if Us deftnJjnt, by his allorncy. I'llLdeserve d disiincl and emphatic rrcom-
l'ilmiigfol Advertiser 22>l insL .uges ir..ai .M'.bilc to Au0u-ta. 1'.1".l1g. rs be u.ade to the Hon. Jud.e of Jackson Couniy ''1\ ms for I levn'utioi.arv r\\fi 1, Will tll' r for co'iu O It is oro.reJ.tlal a stile( be laid upon Thon.- mei iJ tiun. .ti it we I kuown t > him.ruls in this '

,ui, in, ir eal. at 1 a.Uu.asice 1\ill have iiie | .1.-1 Cum t I. fur Uave lo sell :Ian.is i elongin: :; tJ U.c estate inu:<*iion. {.tlfr ay bounty l.ii.d nt w&l!| thu&ea as Daws'-n .1 nd Josia'i Dawson. Kxtcuiors and le- cIty) ;naihc ('prieor' ot,. these ihva'Uotl'e! Pills,

-----.- --- cucc UM.r u.i u.licri, cxi cjit ili'.uc cuuung oil in the I,1 I, o.; L, vt i.m h, dc.;. Ul i,1" s.-i.l C"Uiiy aioKt the Mute uf Virginia .s the Ui-i'cd States; gil( roprecntate'l ftle Plaintiff Rirl.ard Dawb" wj" hiueit adliciid with this bt.ii.aiat fur up- I
lU.lllllillO lio M..blio lu .Iu.tii.a.i1i I ELIZA :;J1Td, A.hn'rx.jAAlKSsSMIIIi. .! all c aims ftwiu out .-f contmcts wi.h tire OIlnII""I..r ,- >n, to alp[ ar Joel e at rIse next leim of this Court, wards oltuirty. five year, a"clb he tin-din vaia

From Capt. Pearson, late of The I)ulask,. '- b ac ,'r.lb.c\e mlUi.a&Miievi'ijr! : other! J. yat : I |?{ Adinr:" damages 'ained! in c (quence of anil shew cause why this suit huuh! n'.t be revIved eve, v remedy ilrellC.l..ed W thin time \>boo: compos

20th June three &.'tlc A. M. and an.vc at BJ.II:,r.d-e ..aJuVlurk i JulttLt.SMLI'II, S tIe! 11 lion or conduct of ll.e government. And in- ami stan'I in liirir iiiimts. An il I it appt-arm? 01 the 'I atesi.*.tJeJi.a. He,however Ut length,trued
"WILMINGTON, 1838. t 1'. \1. ; Aid utuiuin:, 1.1 leave li-nu- June 3f>th, Ics'iS. 47-j,v- |AJ deed, a''>y lu.lIess bef.re Centres* or the public! by sa Hfact.'rv evi'eii'! e, th-i the! said Executors ire .he uied.cinc which he now oilintoihe putlic, and

"Mr Francis Sorrell, bride the cxt inominj; at 4. u c.ix k. Leon Count, DistrictJUJM'ICK'S 11lap-uolia. .ffitei vvhich may require the aid of un agent or at.tIJrn"y. 11.1 inhibitauts. of tbi e Ttrritory, but live in the he was cured in a very short lime, af er his rccove-
JuliS .\. ..il1H.Notfce. Suie of S 'Uth Cal"o'il\a, it is ordered that public had been
Dear Sir,-I suppose, before this reaches _ _ VAIl.N. COUltT.F. y pronounced not only itnproballc, but
: will be modemtp, depending upon ati<.n of this rue! I he made, fur fi ur months in a puU aosoluieiy impossible| by any humaii incan
K. V.'h.tiu- At ac..m. nt hut $30 isnued
have heard of the 1 ,
will
you, thai jou the a.nouiitof clai.nand, the extent of the s>ervices. lie published: in this District, according :
iptr
newsp DIRbC'lIONS FOLt :.
F.IAYkDAVILVILSON are It,) vs June -UIII, I IftUd, IteturnaF. Th.-propr:etor of
fate of the Pulaski. is a heart-rending J llib Ju 1::8. to law. he VECETABLK LIFE PILLS doe? hot follow the lasts !
fr
I ai.orn.: yH d r.lIg my UtC'lce! m the Itrrito F. Su-h-uibl af o.etu y, Ma Dicur.jts know to most of those who have minute.
the
.1 from
true
catastropheIt was my watch below and >,),, .ind wi 1 iraiuait uny LaiMi.e-s c uiiniucd tj lias, Mar ta K--ioff. J !' henn in ('on:res* within ihr lasi fewyeais, or who Tistc.c J py THUS. II. DUVAL, Clerk. and mercena'jr practice of the quarks ofthe day. Id
J. It. U U Lt.. :[:IfjJ-TIlK. ft".O,1\)1 and all others inteiested advising persons lo take his Pills in large quantities.
1 Duhois in the wheel- t .en. ,
Capt. was have Dcrupieil any public MJIIUII at Washingtoa. D.utd June 7th 18 ::8. 4lm4
Leie\'e institution of the al0e fo good medicine can siib.y I e so" ft'lluuell-
TaiihasseJuy: i. I Ife38 -It.I iluit. will lake nttice ol the uzIhy pi
All leittTi
as I have heard since. I landed -- -- notified and muvt be poi paid. '1 hale Pills are to be taken at ted time
111 ( r. s. JUCATTII atta< hnKnt, and they are ln-rcby Hcfe.el.cs.-G..v. (. K.C..II. G-.v. Wm. P. Du- everj i.ight
here yesterday after being on the wreck ma .'.. "*.,...ai >.r.i e> 10 the cui- ri'quncd i" i'pcr| .it Justice Byra's offi. e in .Mag- val, G<".J0'.n P. Duva!, Maj. Jesste H. Willis.ApnI2 fur a week or fortnight, according la the O'lIt.D'Y
five with 20 others having been Ol-'FElio'1 atiahas I.. aid Lbo.c.lJ' iii.DKcouiiti j. i.olia, at 10 o'cio h k, A. M. on me I-Mi July, I 1838, *. 'R''. 3 -ly'r. of iho disease. TLe Laud! doc ii from 2 to 5, a-
days I-' B. WlilTI.NG Tl if cording to the constitution of ihe
Jl otlo lion A..aai iticci, coiuci ol L'llUb n, o and p.cu.l 10 ti.c sa.i.e. pt hOI Very del-
picked up yesterday at 9 o'clock by the p l .ilU ttlw ICalJillcc ,'l J. 11. \VksUUU, Ji. 1.11) June-A), ja: ,. 47-Jw. I tir: LOOK IIEICE.; ,catepcr.vnsshould begin; wiih but two, a'nU ii.-

Schooner I Henry Cammeron, of Philadelphia Ta.utnfc, "..., Ju y 61h. Iti.!. -Id-ifvcmy --- FOR SALE, a Plantation in Decatur coun crease as the nature cf the c.ie may require ; those
A CAICD.UNFOUNDKP r..iit .jii tug sin h utl.lrt.d l acres of land, one more robust, or 0.ery coiiiic II..bil. may btgiii
Capt. Smith, (Davis?) After '!'\ Lioiliii l'cual'd. WIN| r.s ..urinir the temporary linndiel I ant fifty. of wi-h| is cleared and under a with! 3, and increase to 5,or even 5 pills, und they
board I prevailed on the Captain I TIL k t'U VI: ; U..l.1I.V1l1 L.e l"1a..t.1LIO" : biibscii I ,cr ul tit. J seph for a fine state r>f cultivation; the plait Hi.11I is situ..led will effect a sufficiently happy th.bge to guide ihe
on
getting >O "f the b.Ciiocr, in JacKruu Count), on tut.Jtu l t.\V uei ks pa>'. that I.e w.i> iwii op.-rhy disc oui.g between I B I!inlrirl and Tallahasbe, al.cut 13: miles mQ 12m Jle 8 4. 1 1 DrtAUC"I'ONEEB patient in their further use. 'Ih> sePiI! s6met'\biex
to haul to wind and stand to the Eatuard. At>H'u., H.\Y llOU-Ji., O.aiilaw, o.c \ IIC f llir puip'-iiym hi- posbe5ioiivilh ;ui juteu." iO'l !r>*m Hie f t .imer aol we.i'y five miles f.om the letter occasionieki.essand vMniting.though very jelvlontltSs

iiiiid 'luvl, a id lias lost i.h ItU C) ,t. lie j.acia .n. ul gtin, toFiancf, candid an all.ichi lent t., be no.1 0.1 "he gre it Ait'pulmis Creek. Peisons *N'DCommission unl the stomach is very foul; thi ,how ever, nat -
,.u.. lIellla.'lJuuLd, vrJ ytula tlct, and Uia.k d .lIui nl u'li a.a nsl lam and the slo.e. and eflci-s "if Ill.hi";' a l iVinn in the l-.w e"unlrr. would do well :1Ierebant.I lie considered a favorable symptom, as the patent
We stood on for one hour and saw (U. :. oui Iti: M;;l'i aiiouidei. The aUnc icviaid > ill the late I-idorr Ucrnrd n Oc eased, ii \v |!io.n lie i* I'f call soon aii-l vew: tie pri-mibc*, us a great bar- I 1i ID Wednesdays Saturdays. will find htn.ielf at obce ril.eved.ai.d by perseverance -

nothing. The Captain came down and j; 1'.1.d" r tin- dKv ly ul baiu if rce at in} p.uliu.- adm nirtru or lo be lev led uloOn| and cloc I by legal ilin \V'IIIc, g ven. will soon ncover. Tl.ey usually op. rate within -
.!"<.., -_t) links o .tuM lai.aUa, on 1.ic Cln-u.a ricl'aTLiii. Oubiiii mlonntd ol the u'e. Th"'e !
said to me that he would in and send .iu II ir.ty. uccuir I. .i comfortable DWELLING Hundred Dollars Reward 10 or 12 hour, and never give jam, unless the
go -t ulCllAuba. Two
luT.ilhaliamee
lie lort iwith iciurncil sauslltd iheI.Min ; ;; : IIOUE, a Gin House, towels sic very muehencumbeied They betaken
may
out a Pilot Boat. I replied to him that July 7, I Ib 8- -.0.1llo.udiu ,'l aid PIXUI"t:isuidtl 1 t.f the |I.r ces.. S I I und all oth r inceks ary r Ul houses I PROCLAMATION BY by the ino:>t delicate niales t Under any cir-.

no open boat could venture out at such : ; House at St. Amlrew Thestoie is ie- 'peiied, mid u ill continue e'l.clI| as on the piemi ,ii iid about ft I) h> ad of JOHN P. DU VAL, Secretary and Acting Governor nmatan'ceslt Is, however; recommended, that
time. I remonstrated with him and t >ti.". Li o i' i' .U. t'LtL wouio ics..itiuily lieictofure, and thi- unde':igi.e-l will be g-ratdallvr Stock Ca'tlc, and nbout 1 100 head of Stock Hos, I of the Territory of Florida. those in la'er' periods ot pregnancy,should( lake but
prayed Xiiiluiiullu I'-i '.1, lliat lie lias lAKcii Uu liuutv arei.cnalot thefa\oisol 1m cuitoine.b. will i e soul! ontiie ;premises( wanted.) applicationuny HT7HKREAS. It hu been represemed' to me, one ala time, and thus continue to keep the bun r.

to him to go on, and at last he con enter o.i AII,*IC" Iii) lately 0 cuj.itd by V% in. J7L F. GEIt.-\ ItOI'i, be m Hic to Jam.s Clary who lives OQ the V V that Jesse Goodman fo, m :rly of Tennessee open : and even two uuy be taken bUt the pil-

to steer a little and luckily de a jltili, d.i ua>cO, and i* j,ii j ar..d t', i..c .i.lliuJ-U Adm'r. of !I. Gemdin .1fc.al.J. prcmi, cs, who ii fully authorised li make any dis- ,but Utely of St. Joseph, West Florida, charged neat is very costive. One pill in a solution ol twd
( ituiar auu ti.tA4iLI.i. Doaid.i 1 lie lory vvul bt June 21, 1818 n.J -1U po!ili..n of the sane as much at myself cr apply 'o with the murder of his wife, alledge.l to hive tabe: IPUUUS lull ufwaUr, may I.e ,neD to au ib
\\eck to winrwnrr the wind being East. .i&Ln4Lhd ID as uoU-u. N. H.-All peis.ns hav ng c1 till.! a *i..ii tlio tile su'scrib'r 10 miles beh>w Foil Ciain n, m Ear- bt.cn ci'Oimitttd in the City andTeirilury; aforesaid, taut in tIe following doses-a tea spoon full every

We ship, at 11 took in Mr. J.._. l 117.10.. ._6_:s'4tvAiuuiiicr -slate ai' qtu-FUd to pr sent ihe same for s-tt.le-: ly C'.iunty. P..ymenls'VIiIILe made to*uii purchaser his male hises-ae.NOWTHEREFORE. two hour till it operates ; for a child fropj one, to
Smith of Miss Lamer of Savannah -1.ra'allftCWI ment.arid .ili.u! ihoshavingclniua' : ".ngainst I lit sabs' *. in pursuance of law, I five years old, half a pill, and from 5! to 10, One pill.

Augusta, V s.i.ut-U, ..cam. Commerce, with ribir inilividu.illy. and all pe.sou* mU rested in 8. SCARBOROUGH. do hereby offer a reward of Two Hundred Dollars THE PIllKiMX ITTERSarei so called, because -
and Mr. Hulcherson, Mr. La- 1'111 Uiuu -ttj-c iuai:, I n. Uuvi ai..oridgc. Said c-mie .%rI- n-mlicd that at the :PIIUg Term, BaialMi.lge, 7th June, 18W. H-I5 for the :
mar's son, two.negro women, and another 00 i'uusoaybat 4 oouit1.. .M J., loucu iL. C'luUucinc I 18 ;y, (if Leon County Couit t. the Adm.ni>tra'orll P. S. There i i' al.., a goxl co.nfvllaltle house e. in any jail in the District of West Florida, and lag embers of health to a glow ing vigor ihroughvu t .
'
unknown. : ul i o cloct, A- .,!., al.ll1..rIlVc..Ll'.1.J. ;lJ. w Hie hl> lin ii l accoun is ami make his: iell.C'WMl, and lot in Baiubiid, which may be included with I do her by enj-nn and require all magistrates and the constitution, as the Phoenix is auiu to be restored

passenger, name 1 .oiJ at 3 i o liuirf, I'. M.: ; .cave .yj'ui.-iliKoia at1 ,'IIIII'ray a oiscii irjc as a-Jministiaior accor.linfj* to the pLnUiion. I peace officer to be vigilant'i in the apprehension of 10 life horn the ashes OfiLS own dissolution. The

The boat was getting along finely whenI I 1*. J]. ior i .Jcj, .U.A arrive 4t.cic ui '; l'.1.. ; l.tw.- -- -__ F. u. S. SCARBOROUGH. I the taidoiIVnHrr.Jtsse Phoenix Bitters are entirely Vegetable, composed of
left the deck and whenthe explosiontook ica t Oi. Jv '< i li "ii N\ eji.cao.i-, 'Z I'1.i. Liid airtio -- IVotice.K. Wanted Goldman is about six feet one inch in roots 'loi/i.d only in certain parts of the Western

a. .i'-l..1..h.cvl. al .a I'. .U., ;. a;e .\1'.1.| | > i.ic> laa JOSEPH I 0 .V1 ING is the autlrmel'gcnluf I height slim mace, down cast look, sallow c. m- country which will infathlly cure FEVERS AND
YOKE OP OXEN for which fair
: place. I believe it was carekssness.: I *0 I'. il- .... uuivc Ui lialuOi c..l" I'..'1. IKi.. M the !.uJscrrb.rluail1 his IIb.cnte. A. will bo HUGH, ARC/JEIl.a puce plexion, sharp black eyes, with a slight stoop in AGULS ot all kinds ; wil' never fa 1 to eradicate
: given.
A quarter' past twelve I was blown about .j.y. ',1 his ia r..ug.u.cut ., iluu.itiliucinu-ciat'.ou, : It. 11. UEURY. Sut.'t. It. R. Cd.Ju"it5h. his a'.iouldm.'! He will probably attempt lo make imirely all the ef.ects of Mercury, infinhtely soon(r
u..ll.l..e I lii 10! ije.. 1..rJIt.J,ntoi |>a.-aa cc. escape SaNaJ.Ini
4C
June 23
1
30 I 3i. 45 ,
into the air and when
yards lightedwas b.aU hand and seal this 28th of! and wih
$..8U .Luv"uc"i'}"> tJlj.cL"IJ n On o. 10 Given under my day la, immeu'iatoly cure the determinatmonoftheBLOOD
on my back, \\ithi my 'left arm completely ;.\1. I ll .y JJA._o. l'l', U. iuU.iili.. Notice. NOTICE. May, 1838. JfN P. DU VAL. Secietary. 1UTHEIIbAD ; neerlajs: in the

scalded. However, I had all my .\. 1. JL\'u:;'I'1, .i".c....... J. hUI Bookof AI-C..UIII of t the Subscriber, ere 1 1a MoBt*
faculties about and Aj>alacliiiU
me, immediately! set ,.\.11'.01'-A.I JIini.s'ory on the Estate A CONTRAST. debility and vv aktiessc the mosj impaired c Dtitntiohi. -
them to work how I shoul get to the ,'Ii..". u. u'bot.1L1..o ; lot t"o i\uL..I 11..111.1, n q a ed tu rllltoJ ietilii by note or otherwise, of the late ChanJler A. Pnuilc'.on. ALL nations, from the remotest age, have had As a remedy for chronic and iurtammatcry

boat So I staited chead. At this time ....1..c oy t:.. ou. jy..vic tu t... or"er oi U. u. or their accnu-its will be left with it Justice of the P. KERR. bat Columbus only found oat the way Rheumatism, effii-acy ofthePhznii Bitters will
the GUUIIU.U.II, for T.cuy-.cv. n uui.urcd &..U 111'. ljeaceforcjllec'ioi. GEORGE FIi//ER. R. Y. WELLFORD, to America. Before the time of th* great Spanish be demonlsirated by thb use of one bottle. Tlie
boat had
ranged ahead about 3-4 ofa us.i.ar cax.d .tea tlictf uoi r .urua.y iasi, oi.u u. June 21, l8Jti. June IS, 18 >8.-45=-6n>g. Administraior navigator,people only enabled to paddle about usnaidojeofihese bitters is half! -wine gUsa fr.H-*
mile, I counted 7 or 8 heads above iucinditii m ni. e moulds Horn date, aud tOe Oiiiei the shores. Just so with the Lire ..Medicines his in water or wine, artd this quantity may be taken

water. and told them to take a plank and ,I ?! twelve :. oulIloI.a.t1..r.ctllJy U. U. oliuichlil.l, Notice. Estray. bat two shot years since I first 'VenIal ell up-;.n an i oor three limes a day, about half an hour beibt'enuwls.oralessquanliiy
O. Uaymoiid, and iiis>clf. i lie above tioucie > J. BUlGE lia. placed! his uccount in TRATEP from the subscriber, some tim since a unknown OCC3&, tld 1 have discovered the precious my beukenat udi timts
make for the boat. I ,. iraotd M luo L'oiiiiucicial Lunk ol! tluf.d.i, JAMES fur collection with pcreiujmry orders J Block Marc Mule, threnj-ear old. One of its object I was ia search -HEALTH. Vegetable! Tothrse who ire afflicud with ludigestioh after

When I within ud Ih tie cuibiuciUiivu .01 vvnicu tbey w .rc uuucil -- to proceed forthwith to settle iluio. Pci sons fore legs has a lar-e swelling the kne j..in', per medicines were indeed known, when! 1 commenced meals, these bitte-s will prove invaluable* as they
got a hundred yards of .a. Chlu t:111ail..I. tins i* i>< cite die diawci auae.idoib.raut'saio indeb ed \4 iU: please call and make immediate payment haps tie right kn'je. A Kaitnble reward will be paid my aea>ch. hut their use was not. Dy the use o( very g.catly increase the action of the principal vii

the boat I found her going down. I stop noic 10 ay them to noi/lhei t..au cither to Char.es S. iib.ey, Esq or for her delivery to me, 7 miles N B.of Tallahassee, the.n, 1 have n,' only passed from the dejected in* help them lo pet form their fuaciions,and ei.aceia -

ped until I: her lights disappear. i.li, a tile c..hhJ.r..u.' iiCvivcJ lui sa.u IIOILSt WM.M. ".- VULI'II. or any informal let: with Mr. Berry of the latter valid, lo the bale, hearty and active man (business ble tlife' stomach to discharge IB to.the Lowcls what

I exclaimed sawal iijy. 10 oe .e.u.u..tI to aid lianic on llie floe Tallahassee,June 20th, 18:8.: 46-iIm place will be thankfully rewivrd. buicomparatively speaking,1 hare renewed myY'1uLh. ever is offensiveThos digestion ii easiiy acd

I i possible the Pulaski' is ben.g rcuoy uehteriu up 10 III:. A. T. L.Njti L T.Apaiacnicula JOHN. TAYLOR. 1 can thus, with confidence n.y owp experience speedily elliot ed,aphetite| tcstorec ,and tie nioutdatfihinbaorrent

1 gone; I swam away for her as fast a JEIuN uu. J, J:itt 4tSw'ineMuscumof Notice. June I llth, 1838 45-2w advise w itli my fellow rinzens. Does : essea! being cleuo.eO.nuir is
possible aud within -- W. CALLAVVJV, i it my agent to LOOK AT THIS! the reader wait proof that the VEGETABLE facilitated and strength of )Udy and energy o
baring approached JAMES all my bu me.* in Middle Fu-rida. on the road lending from Pleasant Grove LIFE MEDICINES are awtui b'e to h:. own case? tnnd are the happy results. Foi iJflhbiraiujeu.
ool&NCE i. All
t.O it Ll i S.HA i oKii, r,
ten yards. I heard a terrible crash andi A. McNEILL. LOST flue office 367 hiiu- lass ofi1OFFA LIFE PlLL8a-d F4ItENIX
: 1. >-'ji..hed cvei mouJji-y b Laie li o. Co. zittft.SIIIIL A Plain Note of Hand, ,,1 hive on at my Broadway,
i she went down, bows foremost and immediately j :.ieC., Pu)lad''Ihl..t ..' l.&u.l.IU.1i 11.., J uoe 7111. 1838 4U-tf given by Jimcy C. KirkUnd, to 'tb Subscriber or I dreds of letters, fiein some .f the rndst respectable BFTrEttS, apply at Mr. Mofiat'a Office, No. 367
dti nsofthis native land, voluntarily bfTfird Bmtauay, N.w York, where the Pills be
; the bows udttt.ico. uuiu *uu.u.r.LMss uie ie. bearer. f r fifty dollars, dated about the 29th o' : my can
She HI
came up again. ptauls $5 uuie aoullll.WlLh New Goods. May, 1838,and made payable the first of January in testimony of the vmuea of a A GOOD VEGETABLE obtained for 25 cents, 8) cent*, cr f 1 per box ;
lu remit u en
L r broke in two. I hallowed foi the boat "ueblt.d tIC : Itx-rtbigius tao t'ouitli Volume |crTUE Suba ibcr has ju"t received per Schoon next. All persons are hereby warm d from trading MEDICINE.Peisons and the Bitten for ii or $2 rer tottfe-IC3Nu-

1 to take off the Ladies that stuck on the after ola uc\ fc'ciits yea., cOiuj.Kie 'c.. ut uLich cuii be luiuulied er 'Fuscavtt.a, diieci truni Aew ifoik, an Oiiort- for said Note, and J. C. Kirkland from pnving it. who e constitutions hate been nearly merous eer'ifi'-ates of the wouderful efficacy of
volume meat of&prmg unit Suin'i-er GOODS, aso: a lew P. H. MURPHEY.Jnn ruined by the "at infthlzbte" mineral prepinttions bcth may be there inspected.In .
t ul l'o Dollar u t.uuioert, or
part of the boat, and there was not any Uoilai uud a livli tuuiid. 'ilie iiowu ,cru;. choice GiiOCEUltS.-Kxpfcied: daily, a further $ l 18, 183R. 45 of the day, will bear me witness, that Ihe Life Medicines some obsiiuite and compl
, to be found, as Hibbert had lowered one 1 wo cotuuie We are no longer unlc to : !ul'l"-)' per Schooner bunkerhill. ruichasers ure ,and such only, are the true course to permanent chronic and inflamrr.atory Rheumatism, Liver
i of begun .idUU. u"II1Y irq.oteJto call fud exdnnuc for tbemaelves. Notice. tood calth. JOHN.\JOFF AT. Complaint, Fever add Jgue. Dyspepsia; Palsy;
the boats and took two men in herS orUe.a fur con u.ttc *eLl oi tile _
Piles
to leave Florida in few injuries from the of
Low foi' ca&u or appiovcd credit. a days use mercuiy, cjunine;
JUI.NE U.\.UEl.( EXPECTING
lio
throught pretencethat he was going see .\TtWii' UF \ ALEX FOU.UY DUV. L\ I have appoint d General Thos. GENERAL REMARkS RElLATIVETO MOF. and o'her diseases of Ling standing, it ..ay be
. whether the boat was sinking or not. The Juke of cl.ugt..II-LvD\llld ; vicw l'o&Ge Tallahassee June If.h. Ifo8.A : BROWN my Attorney, in FIICI,rhois not only authorized FATS LIFE PILLS AND PHCEN1X found necessary to take built the Luc Pill and
177. by me to acknowledge the set vice o:' all BITTERS. the Phoehix Buters, in tbcr doses before tecom-
Had he have remained by the boat, I could Alemo.r of Sir Jjhu Ilcrciby,-Utlio'pcctivc WAN'1'TD. writs and noli es on suits inai be now pending These medictnts have long been known and appreciated mended. .

S have saved a great on the forward Review' p.Jglu. 2Z 0.Ovcilunj BLACK liOtf ui an apprentice to ll.e against me in Florida but also to acknowledge the fur their extraordinary and immediate W. B.-Tbe e Pill and the Bitters *ill- gt- all
J' deck many icia.,-Uu rurly Review, p.igc :...LlUo1"IUg busnicbs. Apply, to service of all writs and notices upon any and all powers of restoring perfect health to persons suffering mei'curyout.of the system infinitely taster khan the
more especially. I could willingly Af..rcu ol briiioU io. p< hum Xew .'llEUEIUJ1'ILER.. suits tbftt may be ought against me hereafter during under nearly every kind of disease to which best preparation of Sajrsapa/illa, and are a certain -

e have died if the passengers could have BuuiWc Lu Ciuebec,-Utiiud ocficj Journal, TLI.tbssseeJune-.- 16, IB .ti-it_45 my absence; all ol which w jits anJ notices shall the human frame U liable. remedy for the rushing or.btoud to the 1t.ud,

: been saved. Some of them would have page 2bkcicbc. of soiue of the Leader of the Canadian -Commercial Bank, of FUrida be as binding on me as they were served on mr In many hundreds of certified instances,. they or all violent headaches; life douloureux; Ae -Alt
M.JRCUS A.ARMI5TEAD. have rescued ufcrersfmom the v4rg9of perions.who *r predisposed to anopfeiy palsy
peison. even very ,
: famished on the wreck for the want of aevt4 ,LJD.tcd Service J..I1I1U1I.1actS 4-I6. PUbLIC NOTICE the Commercial is hereby given tott.ose June 15'h, 1833. 45-1 inMarshal' I nn untimely grave, after all the deceptive &c. should never be without Ota Life PUb, a* the,
Bank of Florida
4 water. I assure it was a heartrending Oliver 1'wilt coittmu d,-Ueuiloy'i Alajaiine; to If urns ofthedy had utterly failed; and to many BiUorsV(of OM dooe ia tie hay. life. They
you thereof unless
not to make any payment to an authorised 8al.
. :. ; *
pauC24l.Liic have secured that nm- equalize the circulation of the blood- and draw
q What bam of Capt\Dti- and Adaturea NicboliS Mickleby,- agent, or u ustee of said Bank, heieinafter BY Virtue of a writ of tleri fades out of the form thousands enjoy they ment of hralth permanently without whiSh life.itself alt pretsare from the head, restore ,perspiration,
los I by Ko>ne competent tribunal. I Court of the Middle District of
cannot tell. Paper, jwjnX76.ZK.CU appointed Superior it and throw of the
am now in bed and .Niclcleby i it bat a partial besMngSo great,inde ,has their evtr r nhpohty by pores sf thtskin.
Chroiue'TUc The undersigned late President of said Bank Fkridafur Loa in favor of Marcus A.
Balwer County
ti have of n laiC, v)y ),-MoutLI/ invari.vbly ana iniallibly proved, that it .
ber thirteen more saved. I clt lJ3. assumes the rnspoDSibilily. of this otice, fioma Arnusiead, Jdminisinitor of-John C. Armixtead, efficacy lou than miracalaua to those
) by rtmtioiqg most obt. London Pc-rii atetic ; or Sketches about belief that the etfccU of laid bank, are turned over deceased, ngaii>st David B. Mdcomb, I shall sell at has appeareJ scarcely with the
your wh., unacquainted beautifully
were phloviphiral 'iMPbrVTANT
1 servant, 'own.Tau1Alaozmc. 'ac aJW. to persons! not uiiticd to them, and without coni.deiatlufl. public vendue on Saturday the 30th-of Jnnr, at the priu"iples uiKnwhkh they are compounded NOTICE.
t'f.lDolles-Stew- House door in Tallahassee the following Pernohs axing the Life
Court Medicines
luJta
e, CbaiavUr of tnc Acbl and which they Act art advlaed
PEARSON." n'.Jaiuaica, we 3J1. JOHN C. MACLAY. projxrty; vin Abram, a negro fellow about fifty u was tu,their upon manifest and aensibM conseroemty action m to take the Pill* a* night, sufficient quantities to

r1---- = -, & Subs.:nptiQM* ie.encd by o-Ha. SIBLEY. Late Pies1 of the Commercial bank of.1,orid.- five yeara of ate and two muloa. aha springs and chanociaof and "endh-purifyine Operau two <>v ihrs tmes en the bowels in thocduraeot
i- : Jane 21 1 Levied as rmieiy of laid Hacomb, next dav. Also take
b notice. upon !tlja ing them rtnewecf t'd1c and vigor, that they were a lable spooB'ulof
,l be sold to snti said execution tb the Bitters half
according hour
to before
aa y aat each meal
Notice. Schoon
ivic'! theiir bestowe
kubscribir. u-Vd ju.i ft.ce by Notice. iodebttd for namwhich, was upon -

,'1 HE subscriber; having: obtnaicd fetters of Ad. THE Mtj-uutitojk irom lJa..goi, Wa nc, AT a meeting.of the Directors tile Tallahas! law.. Tertiii', Cfch.''AM. H. DUVAL, Marshal. thrm at the spontaneoa< IeqeutOICThLitidiyid. For half the IHcM quantity ole doieato may! be or sulScieat.ry enfeebled. constitutioa

, T flILI.IItraLint the estie of Henry Uow.I 30 tliwu.u U U be.l otar lio.njs, li 4r cu.4LOOUO et Ice Company, it was resolved that an 31 1818. 4itds us!. whose lives they b nl obtiousiy aaved:
1'er' ased all upon indebted said (stat Nu.l'iDea4"c Sniuj.M. additional instalment of 20 per cent bj requited May t, The propriet-T rejoice in the op'pirftunity affor- | Tho above valuable Bled cincsjre for iin le,

& will: lleake mike, prnums immediate 1 nod those, 4O*> BbU choice Lime. payable to the Treasurer, wituin ninety Jay iiom For tale -., Jed b) the universal diffusion .f the daily p reF this Cnyu; the Drag Store of
payment, .
will them within it* \ All o* Viiicu they oncst upon reaaooabla terms, low this date. Lock not paid hut will be comidetedforteiied. NE two horse Jer y Wagon,htzngoaspthsip placing his VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS withlaihe W4DDEL PAJIDOLPI; 4.LEW.

I r'I.Ldbtaw.cll piescat A- M.LZXANDER lm, for&Ui. T.FT, HOLT 4- CO. SAM REID, Treasurer. 9 t Alo,Tw one boric Jersey wqo. knowledge and ne every individual iiu.ouak7 jjs.by, SWAIM MADDNSLS

, July 6, ie88.48f St.MarkjJoly6,15J8 484 t44.2 p 44 WH.!fl. r CfI'.l --i*, ; U i ,f iek YsllAsss MpIPib11 1138. 4l.lIit


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\ Ilfl1' '!tr\t'f.... .S \. \ f '.--_ AD. MID. DIST.-LEON SUP. COURT. I NOTICE.
\ -JJ BOTTO& Sum's ad in AsVt for $7000 'rALLH 5SU. the first Term of the County Coon
4 : : 6r --- Augustus Alston ) res. inform their AT '
.\J'U: ;:. HANKFUL for the received }dam. Attc'h for <: .3,500, issud THE Subscribers respectfully have taken County, in the year I8.i9, we shall Lour
m.nth"art.rdtHe"I'Piklation..ill| b nwde T generous patronge Thomas V J. Green May 3, 1838, ret'bctoNovem: and the public that they accounts and vou hers, aid apply rol't lItIdd.meot
thu winter ctfullymntoras )
SIX during season, respi House in Tallahassee, m.d 1 are fi1I1&.ltup East
the of Leon for the above and discharge
county court Term 1838. Executors
county lelf'r ber
the citizens of Tallahassee that he will Of ns
I l oi dismission f.ota the admilitr"titr oCbe estate remain in the city during the summer, and give WIt defendant in said case ant all others inter for the reception of visitors. The addition building will late of Unary \\ illiams, d. ceased.t

... f ._ of Durant C. daft. E. P. lesions as usual on thePMNO TIE, take notice of the institution of said suit undergo thorough repair, tndseveial the establishment.The GRtEN H. CH AIRES.: )
June 13m6 required be made during the summer to TOM PETER CHAlRES-i Eueu
I' are
PORTE, by attachment, as af.ircsaid-afld. they with all delicacies the S
table will be famished Mareh 98. 1838.
in said 34
OTICE.SIX nad will also tune such Pi.nO are out of order. Ii) appear and plead to the declaration filed affords and the Bar will be stored with the .tn.,
: be made Piano Music case according to the lorm of the statute in such market J1GQ .
mnn'hs date application wll always for sale.Rnomattheold'Court SIBLEY- choicest ol wines and liquors. The rooms and IQ'J .P.iD

the c nmy court of Lr,'n county or letters Honse. case made and provided. C. 8. for bedr will be well attended to, and visitors mty safely ISrlIt: unl rsigiel respe-.ilully int f.
of from thc 81Imi.istratlen.r' the eiuttof i Atty plf. accommodations, planters of Leon and adjacent counties the
excellent
dUlrision calculate on finding that
LINE. ;
Adm'r.June UNITED STATES May 5ih, 1S38. made and hu
AM U.H holes. E. P. GRANT, MAIL and good scrvanii 10 render them every nccess.iryattenuji appointed DAVID C. H'ILSON hi., I'
2 .43m6 TiE subscriber has taken to sell EV.. P.li' patent Cotton
n. CULTlv7
_ tV.rarryn: the PENSACOLA MANSION HOUSE. nspectfully solicit! the pationsgc of their rOUS. He respectfully invites tl Planter.
NOTICE. .. -.. United Slate Mail btl' .( D 'ACOLA. They unit examine for themselves. beau
NEW CITY Of FENs old friends and tho public.'
SIX months after date, I shall\ present my ac Apalachicola Fl. unr? Bain-' fin I lIE subscriber 1 havinir purchased the lease and J. D. RYAN C. F. CLADAtGll
and vo'ichois t." the Hon. Judge of the Steam Boats, and Ins oelened ior ostublishtnint feETH P. LEWIS TaJIahasaee, Dec. 26, 1836. <
JL 'furniture, of( tki* w.'ll known ,
\ fir .1
GiMiri for G.I.dcl! County, and ipy staunch SteamcrFrcC -- 0(
n County final' dischirye from tho admini] :>tratorship of the tasi nnd know ledeed t.be on ol the from Mr. Tay'or, the laic proprietor will be na- N. B.-Good stabling and provender fur hUIS C, GADSDEN SUP. GUUIji3
is a<
estate of tho late William nill.nIJdor..illCl1UALD river. At, Bainbrid' the dy to receive vUi'or' by the 1st of April next. on reasonable terms. March term, 1833 ; Te wit : March iJ
SMITH Jr. stood the test of experience are re fleetest l-oats (>n the I Numerous, costly improvements will b: foundin April 7, 1838. 35 7'lb88-i
HAVING Line runnin fninAugusta Lutlebury H. Jones )
the
to Ihe public decidedly superior Boat inteisccts with tgt ; the arrangements and accommodations of the ,
a and New Orle-ns on what is va In
Mobile Bau. Chancery.
commodious
40-Sm to any combinition medicine ever offered to Mansion House. New and more REMOVAL.
\
Q.ntncy, May 1.18'7. The of these known as the lower route, nnd also thelire run will be built and hath will be David Thomas
to the proprietor .in Houses warm
people. :
Amer.cal atrord ; fiom Berry's Kow. No. 4., to the
and will On of
"NOTICE.SIX pills, being reuar: bred Physician, ani! havingfTarticcdhisjirofos ning from Georgia to T.\Ihrl'-ee, I providec at all hours. A stable will l be attached to It Me, G. II. & motion complainant's !olcii; .P i *
a '
to the Stoic formerly occupied by r granted him to tile his wmen.'ed bill Ll ? *
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1o easy fafe conveyance l.oisisand ;
for and
made : accommodation
af.er date app'-icAtion will be on extcnsivi'lyformiiny tavlle.s ihc House with good exJj1
ycar and J.ft"euonS"'f'I'I
Munroe
moths and with ease 1' E. Lin Jeibcrgcr,corner this
cause the unknown
of Mexico grcat.r against
the Hon, Judge of the County Court of in diffe ent climates, is enabled tn offer to the afflicted ports hp I rnrri g I'!'. Firm rate hoi ses and carnages will be CKNTERN-hEhlN.. heirs Of FV d
for letters d.swi-sion1'iom the ad. intald: n medicine, on the effects of which he and expedition than can be obtained by any oilier .iNo kept for hire at moderate pri-t-s, and sail and !. Thomas, dec axed, makii $ ihem a pan. t15Umt.1
Leon iu
'I ministration County of, the estate of Hczekiah Waters, is willing to risk hit icputation. rotit e. The Free Trader his been aecommodation thorough'y overhauled for- tow boats, with per.sont tit manage tin m f,r the COUNTY OF J JEFFERSOX: M. D.:F. and ilnppfnring tu I Ihe alhfttctior. of the *n that' *

t'. late 01 said dec. He does not pretend th.u they are : positivecure and will afford every usual ti&c of visitors. Bill art's' and other amusements Jumes ihe said unknown heirs da not reside iu this T'n*.

county LUKEY WATERS, Adnu'x. or even Lcuefici II, in every complaint, but the comfort, and convenience of piss.-ngcrs, usually found at wateiing places, wiil also be furnished vs toiy,

May 12, 1*:J8. 40.60 he most firmly belitvcstIkJt in nil diseases where a'artliartic I ly (i-uiid in packet boats of the first class This and so conducted; not to inter'rrc with \Vm. II. Redding, Ann JanaHoll In Chancery.G'ldsden It is, therefore, ordr.redlhat publication I* Dads

.- or an aperient medioine is nee.ltd, they arrangement has already been sOl1.cllne IB opera. the comfort and quiet of the boa rile is. The wines (>man an
: NOTICE. will be found lar superior to any of Ih.se drasticpurgaliicmdicincs tion, and the trips have: l>een performed much and liqucrs will be of the best quality ; and to en. ut"s in such c..se made and provided ; ni>dihrti.y

: wet ks af.er date! lt!h.ill apply tc the Hon. wluc'i' are so much puffed in within the hours prescribedand to the satisfaction "me H full supply I.f ice, a rargo has alre Illy b( cn Tapravinghy sati:fnctory evi'tence, that An.. unknow.i heirs oftai-l David 7homas, d-reav/i*?'

SIX cofthe Sujvrior! Court (If the 'I.I.dll I ih.pubic prints ns purifiers the b'ood.Phen of all pinies. O.d':1 cd, \ hint \\ ill arrive about tIe I 1st of May.Mr. I Jane tloljomnn, Nil' of Uefi ndanis above named appear and plead answer or demur 'otl.econ.iji'."*

, District of Florida for lo"ve to sell land blolglngto taken crording to the directions arcnrnptiiing TIMES OF PEPARTURK. }'. G. 1'ainaul, who foiinrrly kept popular is not an inhabitant of this '1' rrat. rye butresiJ..s ant's bill, fileil: heiein, before the expirat.ou n(

the eitntr of Richard C. P.lrsh.leceaeJ. tho m tlllY arc highly' beneficial\ in the prevention The Free Trader will leave lpalachiola, every II tel in Wa
I J. PARSH, .Irn'r.May and cur of Bilious Fevers, Fever Ague Sunday and Wednesda at II I ,'c'ck P k I P.M.M.andreal.h for the Proprietor, who, with snrli aid, conlidei.tlyensure she do upi ar and file her defiiicc in the above A true cody from the minutes, '

'4 U, Ii: 40-6w- Di.spcpsia, Liver Complaint, Sick'll..Ilttad- On Biinluidgc; she the will next day at Bainbridg' every tlu vis.tois, ot' 1 11 ol year, and Ins, friends suit, on or before the first Monday of July next, M..rcl 17 1838. I. R. HARRIS, Clerk

returning 1a\'e giufialiy, that they will receive every possibh-- else the till of complaint in said suit will be taken 3' 4Qt
NOTICE. 1 P. JU. and
ache Jaundice Asthma Rlieumalistn. nr-
Dropsy and 4 '
Tuesday Fridiy at
,
tention and lliciel-y expects tu gi.e general satl'i.IIlCI fur confe-sed against her, and the deciee of the COPARTNERSHIPnpHE -
SIX irontlis niter( tlatc; : npi liratie-n will be made Enlargement of the spLt-n, Piles, rive at Apalachicola! at 10 o'clock I the nit day. ion.; court in this behalf awarded accordingly. And i his subscribers have this
X.T.BENNETT.
Leon
the 1 Ion.JuJjic oldie County Court administration of Cholic, Female Obstructions, leart.bur\ 'J 1 he local advantages of thij house are tco well fiiilhi-rorlcied that a copy of ihii older be printed JL copartnership, under the firm d.iy entered INto
disunion Irom the 42m3CARRIGl of
for letters ot -Way 2 Taft
County
Nausea Furred ( known to med a lengthened de-cnption hern. 'I'he weekly for four months in some newspaper & Co. Hour'
of th.; estate of Francis Dreux. late of saidcounti Tung; Ie, lislen iln '
MAKING.IE ( 'acts that PI n:arola! is the largest naval station of published in this district. S. S
Diarrhoea
BtCKSTKIN. Slomarh and Bowels, TAFT
( dtcMsell. CllJtLIS Incipient (the Government: I ihc g( ne.a'm! r. n N'/.vons of the Let publication be made: ns prayed for. ,
I! April -jnli. t88: Admr. Fllulenc. habitual Co.livoness, Loss of ubs-ribor having? ell- agfd the sTvi- Gulf Sxuadion; the salubiity of i is dim \le, refreshed THOH S RANDALL, Judge.A GEORGE HOLT

NOTICE.: PPet1tC, Blotched or Sallow Complexion, tea ofa skit ful Carria-.e Maker, from th* North.that constantly during: the summer mouths by A c\nv, \.\. BUDD, Clerk. MarksJuiy I, 1837.GEORGE= MILLER'St :

: persons ind bird t.\ t'c estate of Cot Rich. and in all cases of Totpor of the Bowels, allor ll S leave,''ers for tn inform his&c tends shall( and be punctually the public, and the coolest: breezes from the Gulf the beauty of \i iaich :S, 11'38.IIml) Clerk's Office, Leon $1
4LL repairs islands and rivers, Superiorcii;;
the
j P.irisi' d ceased, ale> icqu-sicd make where n carlharttc an aperient in needed.Thy ne'tly exreuted. E. B. CLAIK.TahInhis. the Bay and neighboring MW UKUG b'l'OKK.; Middle District of Flori.Ja
the abundance and del of the fish with which J.muary (";
amd all hiv.iiii cncy 18i .
I paym cal: J us 0 w.li the p undersigned.e them fo payment persons properlyauthciu.caicd. are -eodin/fly' mild in tin'ir operation, pro. I -" May 5, 183 ._ :3j!>-tf the waters abound, and pmximiiy Ic the ticst S.u THE ub-c.-ibers have formed a co-partnersh rein Richaid Hayward, Complainant; $

e.1 ducing neither nausea griping nor deLility'Vhtre'.cr i them m.irkus give Pensacoli the preference over the IJrug buini-ss, under the firm ot vs.
; JOHN D. PARISH, 1k // I PEltS choice tngUh I'olatoes1M" \'* Ch3nfer .
j these Pills: have been once muoduced 00 these latitudes a healthy arId Itandolph & Lewis. i Thomas JeflVrso Green deft 1
MIL.ISULAKE.I ; for family use. Ap1lvto all o.herplac'-: in as Waddcl, : nd't.
into '; they become a standing remedy, and .
1 T.1URNBJLI1( :family, sufficient R. H. BERRY. delightful Hummer resort. They have just received: and now otTer for sale, I T appearing by satisfactory' evidence, that thc

GF.ORGEE.IENNS.April are calleJ for again and again: \hick i is ___MivStb, 1813 3Mf First rate boats will tun between Pcnsaco'a and ontO door nont of Mr Birge's clothing establishment : de.endant. Thomas Jefferson G retn, i is not.

28th: 1 IS36.-3S-tt .idmr'a. I pn.oi of their jro.i'J qualitii\ kind has been offered L.OST.ON Mobile, and will at all times he able to take the [pas&eng on Monroe street a geneaal assortment of inhabitant of the United States, bat resides iaik
: I Ptrliaps no aiticleot time ever
.
New Orleans boats.N. ol Texas it is
from
<:rs the province ordered
I NOTICE.IX to tin [luulic, suppoi ted by testimonials of a Thursday the 10th inst.. between Tallahns-: B. AIl OLD.P.nlacola FRESH RUGS, MEDICINES, IMINTS, ard lendant do appear here on or before, that ih* said Oetol de-
character o dccisi\e 'Irnin source lIS respectable, and Lake Jackson, Q months after d ite. I make returns to Feb. 15, 1838. 34-tf ber next, and answer the
\Lt 8181 of c.'iin- or that has .ivi'n more Uil\'el: !II satisfiction. to tilt'wait's Firy, a calf skin jacket l!'oV, containing room..f.r their families : fancy 1al ides t..r'he :oilet will be taken compljinanu bill, or the
G.-ntleiiicn
lie h.'nollllc" \ishingto en aze i same for confused!
) JeII'rsnl 'I hive the who'e medical r.tl Janus .'711 oid>.rs from Physicians, Planters and country aill1 tLjm., aid,
hey the J-evi notes: one note against:
f\', nud np: ."Ie r a durlraige rom tie 1.t1'01of can addie-, the proprietor. at Pcii'-acol.i, orHT. the matters and llllllgJ thereof declted
i adiuini-iaiioii' on the, t'a.c: ofViliian G T. prof >.sion in their f.\'or. \hiie not a sing'ectse! ol I Spears fur Filly Dollars, d lIe not iceileet.ii, liichnoteispiid. 1\lr. SC\\I Tay'or' at New Orleans, the lot mer I mTchanis, will be thankfully received mid l'-tf faithfully And IllS fuither ornercd: that a c'.rl1iolJ.ofthi : .
meilkicn be One ., Duval and Ilutrh- :1 attended) COpy Oilier
ill or can allodgidthem. n ie ng.iinl
: laic of M'id t'ecensed.II. ons-'quenc projirictorR'ieience: be prinemor.thly fm
county ) nine months in
W. W. !
WADDEL.
11.Cldl.l of some
YUU.Vtf McCLELLAX. .igain"t i ins for one hundicd dollars, dated the 27ih day Sandf'.rd Mr. C BCWI-
T Cullum
: *- Esq in this District.IVsf. .
and thunsaudk b'css the d.\v Le- March Id.i;'; liiihm iKo One J. II. RA:DOLPH. paper published
lh'ndrtd.' they rOle i. p.nd. note I M,bilo-S T
Adiuiuis rator. B. McAlpm E-q.: Lieut. K bltr, TayPlor THOS.
V B. C. LEWIS.NOTRE. H.DUVALCl'k
ed with (1'el Pills Joab 'WilliH for not
t i ? 'r't Vc-n n. : IS. }.3A. 36n.fi rtlne :c UIU r- VIetaLI ; against f'fe'n O..l\f d.t. P llea, New (Meai.s. Jan. 13, 18.18 -23-larn9m
:. \11:1 %Vii, h, in co (Sequence 4)thCir: cXlrit1 t ', god n cll/-, one against : I. C"intney fofour .

I.\sT NOTICE. nrs, have attained I torutanirY U. I'RLC'D.U': d"I.'r.' ole in favor of I lerry. drawn by SUPEHIUlluOURT, LEON COUNTY. Persons i"d-bled to the estate of Richard NOTICE.A .

J1X! m'l'ihs aur( .':ite, I hail present my ac- ED ill the hlSloiV of .JlfC'licmi' SI\IOI which is nKo 111 101 nt mlrico'l. SPItING TERM 1838. ALL Piirish, de--ca'ed, lire requ. 8t'd to make LL persons indebted to the Subsciilwr i are ifquesicil -
? the Hon. The ahuie that Physici.ina.! iiie.ery I l. etc d, wIth tuo ten dollar nousoiie, fin: dollar ,
;': : K rount* ; !, an I Apply to cry r..CUlhlal.CC to the underMgne,l,:lnd all e.sanshavin-: 10 cull mind settle their notes of &-
:10'UcCI. mini if the Union, but HVne >ecia'.ly: !i.. the <.te, nnl l\vo inc t'ollar notes, lulls i the Union William Ililliaid, 1 payment ;
ih- t_t .. 0'1 C'Xinty, f<-r a part < tsj .I n : ni of claims will them for >cily au- C..UI.U with C. -. Sibley, Esq, immediitelyaDo
C"un.\ pro
let.1 Slates(: where have l.. bee.i in u"e, Bank v.ilh of (. rs not now vs > Attachment for S10I.7ornelius present ptvmeut
4 ll d .c&r.c: 'Tom the a.lminis ration :.ulher they ns; ;I I IUllhc papl; I ItlieM.ratrd. JOlkV'l I I 1. PARISH. furtl.eIIIdulgt'ncr can be given. Ann nit will becommiuenee'hsi
i free iii-ecf them i in I ii'r..rtic,- -oKec: 'od. AH forwari-ed frrm trading Jontz. j
making .1'em.ks
re arc
Co ,
the esU'iof Janus Lem n, late of said I It are lil pcrvlif April 2b. I Ie3?.-3 -mi 2 Adm'r.I IP all aries or accounts ini[aid by the I
deceased.. volumns in their j praise. Ad I to this t'e fact that tor :any of slid notes, as they are nearly all THE Defendant! and all others interested will lust day of .pnl. E. 0. CO. E31AX. I
ROBERT P. GREEN, all who ose iluin il\'al iaLh rici'inmeuJ them to paid by the dra % crs. I vmhI]| ive i rita.'ontii. rewarti notice of the institution of mime above Em: &ON wi-lung 10 travel eiJirr icrth orlVrit Feb 8.18)8 -SQ'.f. I

;.. AJ'mr in relit i.f Ms wife Susannah I their fiion l.i, and the testimony in thit favor is to any pers-ou wlu will (Idi\.f the Packet suit by ttUacliimnt, and ale l'fliuretltllul'Ie.1l, and or to A.ialii--ila[ will do well t. pay --

A. Gie"n, l.ir.-.rrly. : us.trna A. Lemnn.L almost\ iire-i-t.ible. .7s Anti-bilious r< medj, Biiokxnd ('OlttltstlOc.or to A. F. Duval, T iliahasee. plead to the declamation f t1 l d '11 si id cast- attcn'ionlotlie fllo.\! ; rcgulaii ns. WATCHES. JEUELRY. &P:

__!li:rrli M.) 1 IK.S;: -.'I I f.AOTit and to pre. ent cos:i encs, th.y have i.o; I'unl.One .. THOMAS SlMSON. L. A. THOMPSON? pltflfs atl'Y.Ihttd A new ft ge line is IIO"It iMis.hrd from Talla- rWlHH sntxcribcr has on b.1 nd a handsome
"" fifty celt box wit ttabih! their character, May 19 41 May 7ih, 1838. 40-m:: sHPe to Batnbii"lg ; j t i:. and that truth even in s.n advcrti-x J VEGETABLE nnd PIca>oni Grove, !< avin.. TiillahaiMe (>n Mon-,, willRlItn
pruve his usual t nns. He hai
4I.L riersi>ns ii.ill-tin d to :he c tlll of the\ late men t. (,ILIGI1'8: ,\ PILLS, COTTON BROKERAGE lay thS'b, ir.,'. at'Z o'c'ock, and every other stay watch maker, .nd in his lie employ! two the eiperienced -
assures
sA. N I-- I, are requested to make j More than two millions of boxes of these ccle- "El For there titer, i.'urinr! | the j ear. Pas.-agc fiom TalU- public
cerain: lasting cure for this dike ise. And Commission i Merchant. lie will spare ro pains to havs their Wililt dune
paym-iit) otio,, u>,>:.v njji.ed,and a.l persons having bra ed Pills, have ben sod! in the Un'ceJ: State- A saliby ant h:1"e in B.iinoridre fiv d.liars, from Ba mbiclgetll promptly a.d in the I!-si manner.Mr.B.Veicalt'liasrevumed .

.1"lmo\i1 p e>eiii the .;I.C ior payment, propeilylulh.ruicaieJ since January., 183.. WADDEL. LEWISTallalu.iee T HE aubsciiber would inform his friends' rind Apulaclii" ola, !by Steam Packet, e'ghmtdoI.Ml.: iheGun

(Ir the ta> c vi i I bu bun d. Dr. Peter bis reived upward. of fifteen hundred RAnOLPI. & 36 lhlf p.iblic in general, that he has ci.mmtnedthe Tn.a: i out wlIIl.c pei firmed alt"getlier in the day, in back Smiih business
I : mj shop tad will he
toaiknd
,
Ap.il husneos of Cotton Broker and Cuiirniisinn oai py
P. KERR, ceit'ficate?, nil i\el in cOI ec.UlI.ce. of the and as every effort will b.made t<> give general to jo's in that line.
JAS. A. BKRTHELOT, good don by his M ilicincs.! NOTICE. A.eichantin, the! City of New YOlk, and is now "atisf.u'11ltl'! the Mo'kholds-rd fl itier tl.emsilves that any FREDERICK

Administrators. That the public may rest assured of the salutarycifrets SCOTT Es-q is my authorised prepared tu receive Cotton and older produce 11.- they will have (hepatronage ofa zcnerous public.W. Jan. C, 153 TOWLE.fNO'flCEl
18'5 24 If REUBEN fl'nde.llor Uiii inirkui, which he n ill dispose: of nrimnitasion H CASSELS, Agent. -- j -
Jen 20. of these pills Inl the truth tlf the ab''est.itemclls absence from tl'.Territory.VM. .
I} and flatters liiinbtl, hat from Jongncqiiaintanre For apply at the officei
'
the follow ins let crs Irom medical gentlemen \ H. WILDER. passage stage
NOTICE.SIX of the lust respectability are most rc.'pert- May '.'6 42 in the Ni-nhern and Southern murktis Match 10. I iWd 31-if those who made purchases Parsn liar-
made he s all be er.aMd! to oive Ulhf.lCI ion to such. ALL at
MONTHS after date. application will b to th submitted.CLARRSTILLF.. '
I fully "---- N 0 TIC E. ? ale
arc requested t> crmforuanl and
iloriorablJudge ol Uiernuiity Court ofLi-on County for I.tf JVOTICETALL b may feel '}Jisp' ed tup.itroin.se him, not only in
trrn-f diFiniffion fnini tho aJiiiniixiralun of the estate the sale of thf ir produce, but t.i the investment of n 1IIsnhscriberinformstiicfriend and the rubU' ttle tIme same. I:. J. HACKLEl'
,' decmwJ l Ia.1 HId Mj.cKLr.NBuno Co. Va.Vebuary7 the TalUh!sel. 14hf rch
Iletvkiah county.ANJ ilddlrd to estate of Per: IM.18.
"n.d. persons lie I.e has
/>< %'UER. Execuuit. uny part of the proceeds, they may order or dire.t. th It purchased the entire stock in
18'.7.Dr.A
LfHU.MM G. r Eiccotor. d> ceasi e, arc requested to nmke JUaTINlAN F. DAVIS! lade DUVAL & Ilt'TCiiiss, and thee business will UNION liAMv OK FLUK1UA.
SDtR SIR I embrace the of
: opportunity expressing .immediate to C. S. S-bley, Esq., md
,, Marsh .13 3 I .0 myeratifnatiou at the SuccMvhicU) has payment SJA1L. H. No. CO, Waier Street, hereafter In-rontinned in his own name in I ihes'mt NoTICE ii -rbv eiven to the subscribers to

iiI' C.:: Six m n'h1 aitci the: date hcrt-of, 1 altei; dcd you the udminisuation of your valuable 1'ilN save costs. of DUVAL Geo. Willis., XLW York. tjre, occupied by th-ci. He returns his 'ha1 ks to 1." the stock f this Bank, that their. rte papers

1. shall m.tiit', Jude of the County Couit j I in this s-cti"n It is common fault Agent REriEvcr.3 he pobl.c l lor the liberal! incnnr.ig nu-nt I I.e ha re- have been refrred for exaini.i.ntion toCharlcjH.

I 1 of Leon C II'P'J FI.riifa! t > liciiar-el from ali with thtflc who ofcoltry.C' mpouiid nnd end I : med.Ciuestisiy .. May 2' 42_ U. Williams, Saml. lCeid Gov. Brtr.rh. Tal- r< ii fil, und he soi! sane. Dn I'i'n eEsq.: When reputed upon sa.islsctotky! ,

fur.her duties ns mlm nislia', of Zacba. lah too mu 'h in thoir favor, but j-aent what FOR SALE. lah\ ,ee. Jas- Lamer. & Co-: Utiincy. J. B He liaton I and 1nd nil continue" to keep a pi-i:ernl mos tga.-c and bonds w.L b* sent 10 tIle parties tot

.. b Fore, deea.cd,which! let.eis't i'a .mihi iration were of Pills f'Orl Collins i Jlfonticello. \. J. Ba.ley( %la .\IIlia. ass rtment ofsjfh iy\rAt a, ore necessity for rib d. diLlOnJOHN PARKHILL Cashier.
I have s. en of the erlec's your I do not valuable ho es, which wi rk well either
,. granted to me by the Judge of the said county court think as yi-i they have ,icceive l unmerited | TWO double or single dariu&s, AlsO ate good \V. G. Porter, A[.alael.ico'a. Cia g & Dafliii) i,. own; and c< antry trade lie tuvi'es, It I those "I l o Match 10

cfL' S. G. BECK.CUM l.rI"e Joseph.i l'a\eOIl'' md accounts previous to 18Bl, 10 call! --- -
:
I \ i Six monihsa < they were almost\ rntirdy unknown ddle hoises, as ihc qnaliti s of these hordes NiJtTtET -
Jan.27 t6P.fi. 2i-Gm :. lie (0". b. 3, IS3S. 2fivlCoiniiiission/ and settle ,ihesa-ue, Order f-om the c"unlr \ ill :
.. in this rt'f V'nginia, m ihey are n.w tile e.1 known I this theyr.e-dno further /
\lti E
3-\Vtn. I'. I Huval.Ksq., is my'attorney, an I per. most popular we !have. In di'pcpsia ai.d sick 1 reeomtoflatmoiI.a \Mvl.lJ. FRANCIS.May he punctually a.tended to, and goods ftur.is'ied: at I subscribers having formed a c partnership -
pills ,
I sr>ns i an b.IHncsslth the istute, \ill call .'u eadachc : House, New Orleans. tie I"" cst m ,rlell pr ceo ; \ ill hereafter conduct the Dug builliS
dertingenipntofihr and
.al'lg } biliary organs, .: LONG & GKIVOI' inthe nairie bfSTEWART
Tl.e
him. S G. B. richest price given for n'l kinds ofcumtry
olwiin-Uc' conmipalion of the 10\1'11, I know of no 2tDR.--- ---- --- -
c NOTICE.IX a erienl more pr.iinp! nnd t : A M.HAVING IANDOLI-U H V I'otabti..hPlI'hlm..c\n'sl1 Cw Orl.anl .r.vluce.. ALEX. FOU.MY DUVAL. & BARNARD.

: j Their mildness' and ceitainty 01 action rcndei lo.-ated. msell i in Tallahassee, o'- I lie I iransaction of Co II 10 1.io,1 Business.and -'I'1111i1ha, -*ve-, April'J3. 1f\3: 33-tf Then hop will be I f,und at the old iand formerly
-
the
Q 1 of Garden month fmndate, 1 .hul app'Y final to di Judge the.n a m.afeand efficient purgativc for weakly individuals itrofeiOflIi !services to the publir.lie iolit'illhp. patronajftf f their Inends ;"Jlhe FOR S.LE.EVF.RI. occupied by Mr. E. B. Perkin, opposite the market -
r
4'' i from the administration County Cl'nr of the estate a of C'llr'e.) and: may be iiive.i ai tll times witlx ut any is to be found at the office of Dr. J. II. Randolph public t<> which thv plcdgt their best seiv.ees. Light Jel'", y H'upgon's with bar. house.

i Coleson.d c.I. JOHN LAMER ; of tho>e iuju. i.us I onse'iueiic thai frequently result ,, (.Monroe Street. AjrlT I 35-if r 7 ncN.s, till cOIIII'le'1(1! two or three horse They will keep full assortments of .Medicines
--
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Marh1O.3e:9: 31-.i.C from the long continued use calomel or blue May2ti 42 UECEI"ED. waoIlC. Jf'M. 11. FRANCIS D.ug.. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, &r., and
JUST
I. pledge themselves to ell nol'iin but .anicl.s. -
13.17. genuio
pill. lice 'CO, 1 21-tf ;
.-' I NOTICE.i the whale, I consider them a valu-bls discov '82OO HEWAKD.PROCLAMATION HUNDRED) OUNCES French Quinine _ _- J. EDWIN STEWAI. .M.U.

i IX months after d-te, w e will present oar nc ery. Very ie--pectfuly! I BY O Sulphate, Acetate and Aiuiiaie of TIIOIASLTZELI., 47-tf EDWARD BARNAKl
the ahle S. H.ll.JllItIsM. D. Morj lunr, ami a general assorttnentofFr.n. h unot'gli..h COUNSELLOR ,
counts and vouchers to IJnno' th- .ATTOI Nl-Y A TLA W, I
Judge of the: County Covrtof Lon County, and i Dr. Jos. P. Peters. I .John P. Du Vul, Secretary A. ncling: CIsc' mirals. Twelve 3Iahiouiiy Medicine T.4LLAHis., FLORIDA. BOOK-BINDERY.

,. pray to be discharged fa.m tit! administration on Governor of Florida. Clu'sis; and a large supply ol. Drug, Medicines, re 1IflylI nd to business in the I THE Subscribers have opened bim'ery! iu Tallahassee -

the ettaie of Hczekiali Ponder, deceased. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Jan. Ut, I8"7. WHEREAS, it has heel, represented to me that Perfumery, &c. &c. For sale hv WILL of Appeals, ?nd the Superior Courts and are p>epared iu execute all branches

F ANN PONDER, Ad-nn. Dun Sil: 1 have made 'frequent use (If your A S.\ SV11IH, of cwnlsul't East Flondi., WADDCL, U.1KDOLPH, 4. LEWIS. ofLC"on, Gaisilen! Jackson, and Franklin Counties ofikeir business as good a I:)Ie as can be done

: I E G. PONDEU, Adm'r. pills in the incipient stage of IMi-.us Fever. and c>bktinstc charged with the murder of BNER DUNN EGAN M.lY 19 41llOOT He trill be found at his office on the hundred fool else h..rf.

ApnIU 36 Consliputions ot the Bo\elsj; also in the a soldier 01 the U. tatel.hl J Inlantry, nllcdwrd to 're 1 t East of the C 'urt House S-junre, near to his Paper ruled foi bills, letter*. 4c.

enlargement of the spleen, chronic Discuses ef the have committed ililc town and Teniioiy y ulorc- & SI10EM/1NUFACTORY. esidence. unless absent on professional busm s.5.Pec. Particular attenti. n p lid to re-binding old bocks

NOTICE liver, sick h.'adahe., (general debility, and n.any aid, on the I Mill May, instant, has. made his escape tn i|i'' subscribe- respectfully' informs 30. 1"37.: 21-if New>pjpcrs, Magazines. .c.
t ALL those indebted to.Oi! subscriber will please other diseases; and in all cases lound th. m to give : the Citizens of 'ralla.iiI The subscriber* plede themsehes that all orders

lorward ond liquidate their accounts le\ief.\ J. D. BOYD, M. D. Now therefore in pursuance of law, I do hereby ha-see and vicinity, thr.t he has LESLIE A. THOMPSON.ATTOltA'KY shall be executed with aeaines and despatch.

i cither by cash or notee.?vo intention of pressing Dr. J. P. Peters. offer a rewaid of Two hundred dolor d commenced lime mznulacinrii g ,.( V C'OL'wVSt'LLOR AT LAW, CUSH.VAN& HAYrtAUU.Tallahasse. .

the parties is contemplated, but simply to gut a settlement I fur: the appiehcnsinn and delivrry itt! the ujd Hootstind Shoes in this city, ill TALLAHASSEE. FLOI.IPA. October 15;h, 1837. |0-t(_

U-fercthc business season re-commences. lhCIESE 0 Co. Va. Feb. 7th, 1837. I Smith in any jail in the District of East Florida, the buildm? immediately opposite the store oflieics resin.cd the pract wof his p ofi s. ol1 NOT1CK.TB1HE .

R. J. HACKLY. Haviig Peer" Pills in my practice fur and, I do bert by enjoin and requite al magistrates & C'>ok, on Afunroest win-re he is prepared HAVING his 1)r"n'ptattention to tiny business \ ) has just received from Geprp

.ArilS9.1B38.-| 38-tf the last twelve mOI.tbl", I take pleasure in Rung and |pe..ccofcer to be vigilant in \ apprehension' to manufacture art.clesin; Ins line of btisin. ss eimtrustedts discharge the Superior C. arts of the JL a first rate 50 saw pi>, and thiec of 40 saws,

NOTICE my :testimony ofthiir goi d efl"-rtsin eases o. di.pep.a ,of ( ofcldcl*. he ha1-good workmen in his employ, and will war- M.ddle District f Florida, and iii the Court ifApea's. cast steel plate, which he wishes t* sell na aiccfflmodatrnsteima. -
s.tk headache, hili"usle\'ers.' and other diseases Asa : sonu times known by the naive ot t ,ant his work to be done in the best manner, and at ISLER,

IS hereby gien,that I ohall present my account5 produced 'by incap.ie tv of the liver. Fulwood, isaboui five felt seven or ti;hl i ii chic easonable pi ices.Bootsfoo'edand. I Office on the south side Washington Square.Feb. Eiiht mites JOHN ot Tallahassee.
east
and vouchers us administrator of the estate of They are a sale and Illd aperient-being thebes high ligait complexion formed. Ilf hiareLti.ms o
: done
other
I In. wel repairing on accommodating 17. 1838 28 Nov. 13 1817. ''j
SamuelS Chrstophcr ileccn ed, to the honorableJudge article of the kind I have ever used. in the lower pat Georgia. is sup terms. _

of :he County C>.urt of Leon County at GEO-C.SCUTT.M.D. I itosedhe 'il"nd>.nvoi to make his escape I to T> x FREDERIC FILER UtCIIAlt- U. WKLLKOKD.COUNSELLOR TIN WAKE.TH .

next spring term of t-aid Court, for my final settlement The following is fiom a highly respectable planter as. Given ulder my hand and veal, this !.th day April 28. 1633. 33.tf, .I.TtORXf'Y 4 .iT Jutw, E subscriber continues to carry on the un -

\ and l cbrgllrom said administration. of Dlake Co. Ga. of May, 1828. JOHN P. DU VAL TALLAHASSEE, FLORID ,< ot Tin Ware, and will lit alum *

26 42mG ADAM WIRICK. Peter's Pill\-I have given them a fair trial ; Secretary and Acting G jvernor of Florida.ELLIOT'S DRY GOODS. WILL regularly altriul t tn business in the hive on hand a peneril assortnent, either whOld

May Malylhrre d Ten b' xei; having been used on my CORN CUKE. Subscriber has ju.t n'Ctivcd and i is now of Appeals, anti! in tin- Superior i sac' or retail on M seasonable lerms ascanbe .

: plantation wjt'iin the last ye II, and their d.r.inis- S THE- ; a gencial assortment of DRY in any Southern rnarketdeiiverable at my3t1hl'
'I
Courts of (
JOHN C. JACOBI ELLIOT'S I'LASTERhasbeeniised with Leon, Jadsden a nil! JolFerson C".un- ll
tiation attended FRANCISP.
has been with more succff than DR. GOODS, suitable for tl-e season.ALSO TAlIl\h'lSt'tI. WM. H. -
FI>T rnr.MiUM any medicine I have.ever used; and I take pleasure success : And wherever it has ties. Office N. E. Corner of McCarty. and i J>. Having now an experienced wnim I'

Cabinet Chair & Sofa Maker In recommend ng them to my friends and been introduced, has superseded the use of other A few fashionable HATS Menroc sis. all! articles will be made to order in the above lia6'

Of New York.-late frcun Columbus Georgia.RESPECTFULLY neighbors.-They ale handy, safe, and efficient, remedies for the cui. ol. torns.A do do BOOTS 4- SHOES, a superior article April 7, 1S33 35-tf and all Job work done without delay, either i"> t'

informs and need but a trial to be a approved. few application will entnely remove the largest A few dwzen pairs oi Ladies Fine Kid Shoes. LAW N )ITC1 : tinware 01 s'.eet: iron business. VT. H. *-"

I "'' thc ci izens of Tallahassee, HENUY P. JONES. corns, and prevent further: pain. WM. II. FRANCIS. M. HANDOLPII J'D.6. 1838. J* _

I and of the T'rilOr-Florid Prepared by Jos. Priestly Peters, M. D., at his Puce 50 cents per box, with directions for use. May lOih. 1638. 40-tf WOT. LAW will ATTORNEY
practice :1l1lhe Courts
in the SALE.
For bale Talluhucsec, at Drus Store ofWADDEL LAND FOR
.i, gniernlly) he hasp institution for the cure ol obstinate disrnves by in Middle Florida nnd willatlcn'l 0
tostich businessas tM.
RANDOLPH & LEWIS.
of remedies. A CARD. Iwill sell my tract of Land consisting;
No.
means 120
; P..1 (1 rniRnently loctl.d hiOI If vegetable Liberty May 18ib, 41.1 r may be em'rusted 10 Ins can Office in the, build 170 in of cnltivsti ..'
Street, New York. Each box contains 40 1&3. acres, a high state
fi the City TaJabas:' pills,- I
P1 ri M o Price fifty cents, f-. fluE Subscriber tenders his thanks to his late ng loimeily occupied by Call and Walker. good gin bouse and screw, a sufiicieD'JH/.jlI.;
the of inannfac.urinjj
] fur STORAGE STORAGE Ac. while October y"th, 1637. 13-tf I
purp.ae patrons proprietor of the t'lul'idian, 'for cabins, and provisions enough to s 1S
WARE, ;JCpTliese invaluable Pills old wholesale .ilel
lie
Suu&rribrr has taken tl.e Store formerly the promptness with which a majority of them seitd I tation the firrt The land i. .
in all i L branches and as- and retail in Tallahassee at N. York THE LEON COUN 1 Y SUPERIOR COURT. year.
: and the Drug and.. ( Stores w prices) by J. B. Peachy Esq.. at S lilt | t ihrir accounts A small nunibei still lemiiusunliquidated from Til 11.hassee,on the )ie.sllker roa ad idiotSlag

: turrs the' public timt a will be t thoir advantage e STEWARD Apothecary of Marks, and will at end to ho Storing and : which it is presu ned is the conse Riclurd Hayward, 1 Mr. Lorimer and others Immeilite '

by giving orders here instead of importing wcrk and WADDEL. & BARNARD' forwarding of.urh articles as may le assigned juence) of inattention, or foigetfulness, to which vs. > In Chancery. will be given. For terms apply ? 'nhtllIlion
:
from the noith\ .the style and workm mship will UADULll& LKIFIS. this care. By diligent attention to his biis.nrss .. !immediate attention is respectfully requested. The Thomas Jefferson Green, ) Hutchini TallahasseeB CHAPPW>:
Also for Sale in W1RICK. ,
Dot be excelled by any in the United States. by he hope to obtain a liberal shue of publ.cPatronage. : individual sums are small! but the aggregate is con IT appearing the satisfaction/ of ihe Ceurt that Jan. 6. 1838. -
In Dr. DAVIDSON.And .
% Three wlmonie in ivautof furniture will do well, Cluincy, by WILLIAM H. MATHERS.St. siderable. Gentlemen wishing to alma ke remittances the defendarl, Thomas Jefferson Green. is not _

: lot to order from ihe north, .the subscriber will on inquiry can be had in all the principaltowns Marks, May 10 41 cAn dj so by mail In cuireiu bmk notes at the uu inhabitant of the United States of North Ami_riCM -
tbo shortest in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. ri of the ub6uil but citizen of the Stare or Province of Texas DISSOLUTION.
be able to supply alt demands upon >qut! l cr.- Direct to" Win. Wilson ,
no ln
tire, $ICJ 'Ba cnrelul, and enquire for PtTtns' VICETAXLC NOTICE.ALLEN Tallahassee, Florida." as he has no connection with, il ts orJercd by the Court, that if the said defendant 1d11 hUE| Civprtnership heretofore uiititt ihi14'ldissolved (

References.-Gov CAn, R. J. Hackley Lockcrman PILLS, BLAIR of the County .f the present editor of the Floridian. Thomas Jefferson Green does not appear and the naine of DDVAL & HOTCHIM ballot
May 12ih, 1838. 40-if Amherst the bill complaint tiled said by mutual consent. All p-w" !
R. HsywaidV U. Brodie, Cspt. Brow, dkd in the year 1835, testate, and WM. WILSON answer by Richard k"t04i.tz.
A. Alston, Cu!. H. W. Braden, VVm. Lester, Cpt in his makes some provision for his son, Jas. :Tallahassee, April 28th, 1838. 38 tf hayward, on or before the third day of the next demands rgainsi said concern will Resent
Lavinus. STEWART h BARNARDAVE .il the ._ November term of this Conrt, to be held' in the Foasv DotAL, who is fully an' orfra: ? ,,
J. The aid James was, at date of the
Tallahassee in the settle all debts due by i he concern. And
city Territory Florida the
'. "- NOTICE. just received from New York nn1 Dil.] will supposed to be living somewhere the south: Charles S. Sibley, fame will be taken ns confessed,nnd the decree,will indebted will make payment 10 himALEX. .
.
mv ai ence Irom the Territory, Col. timore, a fresh supply of DRUGS It MED. but has not been heard from since September U. 8. Attorney middle District of Flo. be entered against him according to the prayer of FORMY DUV U
DLRING his
Should this
1132. meet or come to his
eye
Alw FANCY IIUTCHINS.
k Vass ICINES.- ARTICLES Perfumeryand \V.J.
amborixtd said bill of
my agent. complaint. By order of the Judge
z Ware. All of which knovfledge, he do Well to return to Virginia his professional services as Attorney .
wi 188.COPARTNERSHIP.
FAkQUUAK flAC1t.SE. DruL' 01.1 they OFFERS Thomas Randall. TIIOS. H. DUVAL, tTk, Tallahassee, April 23J,
JoneS 44 _f good qttalityj forthwith ; and he be dead, his relations here will 1be lor ut Law, in the collection'of
L. W- D. Cl'k.
.rrant Among their ussortinrnt may be fount the following .. be thanklul to anyone who will- "Me to POLLY debts, <$-. in Middle Florida. He will attend all February 3,By 18'\8-266mEDUCATION.STONE, Dep. .

NEW nun.ffflPlE v1n.blcp"pular medicines BLAIR, at .Arahem Coul house, Va.; stating the Courts in ihc Middle District. CT WE have Ibis day enirrvd inwaCn artneflbP.U"a

si.bscn'r have this HOUCK'S PANACEA, when and whcie he died' &( &c Office in Munroe Street, in the building formerly lbs nine nf CENTER lad KEE.V. 1 vr the IrIM
CENT
;hrmsl.st-.eheunds' the day &lld.tet bW AIM'S do TH ADMINISTRATOR, occupied by Win. Wilson, as a Book tiiore. MARRIED gentleman, and graduate of the Grocery aM Provision biuineas.VILU_ '
J firm will annixvdt'nf Allen Blair Tullahis.-ce 4 Jaa.I. 138 33 tf JOHN
Gamble A, Reid. IKDIAN do ,. With the clec'd May 12th. 16.18. 40-tf University Glasgow, Scotland, long experienced -
.
for ,he purpose ol tranturt.ug bumcss in the Bc'-kwiih's Dyspeptic and Xiti-Bilious Pills, CTThe editors of the Mlledeii JO'.rnl, tliTallahassee {. FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. in the business ot ta'tion: and accustomed INFORMATION WANTED.
city, Walchman, F'ori-
- :i ofTa l.ha'U. Poters Anti-Bilioui and Dyspeptic Pills, to read the preoaratory and undergraduate courses coLic5' S
. will have OR hand times general) GiUifihan's Fever Ague Pill, din, will give the foregoing eight insertions Ft I MICHAEL l KILLALA broke out of the Gads with candidates for, and members of, the South I have ascertained thai fifty-two bales of Of
Tit atal 1 papers, and forward their accounts I Jail this instant. of the of James Black, of the crop
:: of goods and disused to serve Chapman's Djspepi Ic Palls, country on The ..aid Carolina College, wishes to locate himself permanently estate
the'-r rmelt fr nd& and the puUir,il upon b the most favoiaLleutms. R wand'i Tonic Minute, aod Anti-Bilious PillsJudkins.Oiattnent ,, to the Enquirer Office. Ktllala is an Irishman, and speaks broken English,I (at the expiration ihe present year' in a 1836, were brought to Tallahassee, aid haceived i
for ulceis and May 19 4b\8 is stoat and about fivo feet Mven or inches sale ol but thirty four; any
c JXMES old sores, eight i healthy part of Florida; as Principal of an academy account ibtwill l
.' t S':REID.GA'ULt .Torether.wUh a great variety of the most HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. high, has blue eyes, and fair hair. and is considerably .. or Cjlleee. His lady has devoted almost 20 mation of the manaer ia which the other e

? ., June 7,183841 proved Patent Medicines, ap 'marked: with small poz. I will pay FIFTY ears to the arduous duties of female education bales were be thankfmsUv ftEID

Also, WINE I'BRANDY, of very *\i>erioiq THE undersigned will sdlher HOUSE ANt I DOLLARS reward for the apprehension and de., and Intends to make it the business of her liflt.I .- RAYMO'D B

- <,.j,; HOUCK.'g PAACE. .alitjr, sclM:ed, expressly for the, use of the sick. situated in Calhoun street, Opposite! livery in this place of the sard Killah, who Wilt I References for competency and character ear be Persons willing w commnricate with roe np

1 *H Willf'l' ,1 medj- .1"e, 'I e ,; *d preaerylng,, tb? dwelling of R. B:Kerr, Eiq.. Foi terms, ap'. tried and whipped in.fpalaehieoU, ana sentence I given to Literary Gentlemen South Carolina this aubject,will apply to Mr. R.H. Berry.ly ,

; cns4nateciye .. .aYC'EaItle.. 1 N {.'fqd.f r !.! ,/.-": J 14 1- pliTtd'lb ttbacriberttA- lbs- nrtmrsei. A k to three aiontoi in pf. lOftlDent. and Florida. Letters addressed to R. L. EdmondsJf.AYortriHe ii '
W. turrioal BRY L. J. BELL Jailor. PRINTI'1G, 1 evny
MaZ, I '.# C91! .DJuml..4- LEH ;' ; P. Cn will meet with immediate
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41 Tiilhs.ss.:. Msy 12th,, 401 7L417119 "1' Q.utncyMayTih, 1808. ( attention. minted at ttu


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