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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 28, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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I Is published every; Saturday, at FIVE Dollars p r : '
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paid in advance. procession to the diningroom, 'We
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and/fty cents for each subsequent insertion. -- the handsomest yJ. 1 took toe head

Advertisements not marked: with the number of FAIRE." of the tableas president, and was assisted
will be continued until forbid NOUS
.J inseilions required,
by my wife as vice president,
'E and charged fllr wh i
Letters I he Editor on bn'nf's'i connected with the luxuries of the season

the establishment! must lie post jxiitl.BY ID\Y-- Q..UlW'IBUa Q llmL21)IQ-!--- _ !-L- -.ilUl.-.--.-S) rnS! U !LI 23Q a'snQ '1'( .rL.. U :. eQi1Q( h cups we enjoyed "the feast of reason!'and
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1 AUTIIRITY. in addition to the. jurisdiction hereby invested same, which oath, wi th the certificate of the ed to be appraised by two judicious, and disinterested I I II "die scene was enlivened by mu-
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court, exercise person' :administering) it, shall: be filed with freeholders, under oath, without rtgard
of wife's
| A' Sor THE ( '''ITED STATES PA"SF.D AT TilE SFCOU I my tongue.
SESSION'OF T1IF. 1-STT-riFTM' ( ONUBEiS. of l"OIlCUll'ellt jurisdiction in all civil the register of the proper land office where to the improvements made thereon; and 1. Our Union. ubljcamatrimoniaad

[PcnucNo.. U'] cases now exercised by the ciicuit courts of the land is applied' for, and by said re is'er that he make report of the proceedings hereto -estperpetua r

<, AX ACT to
United States\ to cause the southern boon said court shall. exercise such jurisdiction, appeals public lands, that he entered upon the land be had. by "party' spiri" Music- ''Begone

iar line of die 'JVnilory of Iowa to bets may be taken from tin judgments) orders which he claims in his own right and cxclu Approved June 2Bth. 1838. dull care? ,
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' ccrlamrd) .>ntJ' ""ikedlie or decrees of said court to the Supreme Mvely fur his own use ant) (benefit, and that Poetry. 2. "The state we live in"-may it b

it (' :ictitl! liy the Senate and] Houseof court of the. United States, in the. same manner he has not, directly or indirectly, made any Penl.lc.-Nt. -- --- -- ---- blessed with a numerous and
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lU-prrsentativos of the United States ol Hiul} upon the same conditions, as appeals agieement or contract: in any way or man A IN" ACT to confirm the act of the Legisl i l i- (From the :Madisonian.] population. Music-Lullaby.

America in <*on<.:tess assembled, That tliePirsident may be taken from the circuit courts. IKT, with any person or }persons whatever, by tive Council of Florida, incorporating (he A M jfarhiispti: vessel from Charleston, bound 3. Domestic Manniactures.-mask-

01 the J'nited States be, and be is Sec. 5. And be it fin thicr enacted That which the title which he might: acquire from Florida! Peninsula liailroad and Steamboat to Norfolk, when snort tune out, was capsized song, "My spinning wheel."

hereby, authorised to cause to be surveyed, at the first term of said court, the judge thereof the Government of the I'niU-d States should Company," and granting the eight of l html tij'uii culling the I.utyatds, the masts went (Iy 4. The HEROES who died. late.

ascertained and (li 1illctlmar"t'd, the south shall appoint a clerk, in manner and upon inure to the use or benefit of any one CXCf'pthillloclf way to said: Company through: the public the she Loanl was"fiHAn, and in she with r'mlitcil.by a Russian Six ilays vrssothe afterwards!, crew Music-"Yankee Doodle." fO

of tlie of Iowa such. conditions, as like officers ate t required transfer tins said lands and ''or other .
<>rn) boundary line Territory or to convey or )purposes.lie tlhl'nllf and C lrr.cd li> ufl're. The friends! of the VOLUNTEERS
west of the :Mississippi river, which; divides by l law to bo appointed for the said district land, or the t title! which he mar: acquire to the it enacted\ by the JSenatuand; I House of rcw hail lon; jiven tliin nj> as lost, wh!'n lo! a

said Tenilory from the State:; of Missouri ; courts of Kust and West Tennessee ; and same, to any other (fiersoii or persons whatever ; ll(>|ircsentulr\csol the Tinted =Mates/ of America Icdcr a rrI\-ii iniormin::; ,%lrllUvrthlr safety. By me.-fiood memories to all married -

Bud that, for$ that purpose, be ball appoint) that the said clerk perform such duties in regard at any subsequent time ; and if Mich in Congress assembled; That the act passed posed'I'll?wido Poet Las in ber seized wreds thc,moment while telling when her the son sup-the ladies.

comniKsionrr on the pait of the United States to the proceedings! orders, judgments, person, claiming the benefit of this law, as by the Legislative Council! Florida, f'n- cause! of her grief, receives: the joyful news of her By my wife.-Good manners to all

who, with the aid of such surveyor or surveyor and decrees of said court, as are required by aforesaid, shall swear falsely in the premises, tiled An act to incorporate the Florida Peninsula lung mourned husband's safety. married gentlemen. Mask, song, "Come,

as may be necessary, shall unite or act in law to be performed by the same officers in he shall be subject to all) the pains and pen llaitoad and Meamboat Company" The Wrecked mariner restored. come, a trace to jealousies.

the said i district courts of East and West Ten allies for forfeit the which he of hundred '' llothc-r, uh,tell me y.u Our
conjunction with a commissioner to be appoint perjury, money approved eijhth January, eighteen why. weep- By me.- .holney-mna bois

cd by the State of Missouri, and a commis nessee. may have paid for the land, and all right and and thirty-eight: be, and the same is hereby Why watch you low'rda others ilecp) terous morning i is often by
1 Sec. 6. And\ be it further enacted That Why turn your eye yonder sea, sucee :
ion<>r to be appointed by the Governor of title to the said land, and any grant or conveyance ratified and confirmed : ]Provided howcvei, When tempests shroud the rocky lea- pleasant evening. Music and

the Territory of Iowa, in running, marking, all laws now in force regulating the emanation which he may have made in pursuance That the said Company shall not be deemed Why start you a* the poitman's bell- tears/

and ascertaining said boundary line ; and thatit execution, and] return of the process of of such agreement contract, n<* fere to have, nor shall they exercise, banking privileges Why heave that 5'gh) ? Dear mother;tell?" By. wife.-A heath all indulgent

shall be the duty of the commissioner so to said district courts of East and ll'est Ten- said, shall be void, except in the hands ofa ; nor shall the said} act be so construedas I weep for one you never knew ; my t

be appointed by the president as aforesaid, nessee, in all things regulate the emanation, purchaser in good faith, for a valueable to give or grant banking'privileges to saidcompany For one whose lov was great for )'OU- husbands-to which 1 added) and obedient
execution and of in the For one who mid the ocean wave, ifivet. such
return said Iusic-sng-"Was ever
after he shall have ascertained, run, and process consideration without notice. And the the ; and in case the said company shall Uncoffin'd found nn early grave:

marked said boundary line, to make: threentapsor district court. certificate which shall) be filed with the commissioner 'exercise banking! privileges, of any des) (ril'tin, Ai>d when the tempest whistles wild, vexation.

< plats thereof, with a description or Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, Thatif as aforesaid, shall: bu taken to be :i I in any way or mariner, t then I this I confirmation 1 thnk: I hear l.iinsliiieU.my child. After my wife had withdrawn, I gave:

survey bill thereof appended to each map or from any cause the judge of said court shall conclusive evidence that the oath was legally 1'or ratification of said act of incorporation shall "Twas on a lovely eve, when high My WIFE-the Fairest of"tb AmericanFair. !

fail to attend and open court on the first; day void and of effect. The ii oon rode the star ITI'J sky, ." Music
plat ; one of which shall be returned to the office administered : And provided further, that | be no upon g -song- Home of
of the Secretary )State for the United thereof then, and in that case, the said court it shall be the duly of the President ofthe U.S. Sec. And be it further (enacted That AVhile all around was calm and still, my Heart."

States, one to the office of the Secretary of shall stand adjourned} from day to lay, until to cause to be reserved from sale or entry, un ", the right of way shall be, and is hereby, granted lie Save kissed the; love-making us both, my whip-poor-will darling son, ; .
four o'clock of the
State for the State of Missouri and one to thud: and in case he shall tier the provisions of the treaty of Dancing to said} company over and thr< ugh any And bade firewell and swift was gone," Isanily brought on persons in tate
fail tI
attend and
the Secretary of the Territory of Iowa, and time to the said open said court bv that Rabbit Creek, of one thousand; eight hundred I I of the public lands of the United States over Suon to the breeze his sail he spread, fr(1 cannon being over .-At an

the said commissioner on the part of the U. court shall stand adjourned until and thirty, and also I:: to reserve from sale I which the said road may pass : Provided, And seiward turned his vessel's head hour the fred :
early on July two
the first day of the next term. That used and lookM, and )Io, a fpei-k of whiteGemm'd young
States shall also make a full report of his proceedings or sullicieiit of the lands the said land to be occupied
Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That entry a quantity I the far verge human sight; men went into the river at Castle Garden
in the the of raid} for the line of such
to route
premises Secretary by or
whicl'IlCl such
said company
acquired by treaty, upon I loo KM and saw, child,
in the of the said from again my to swim and at the moment
case judg court, any very they
State for the United States. settlement or improvement has been made, i< road shall not exceed eighty! feet in viItii.See. Naught but. waste of waters wild."

Sec. *!. And be it further rnactcd, That cause, shall fail to hold a regular term of said as would entitle the settler or improver to a f| 3. And be it further enacted, That "1.00". have I wa ched with aching breastYn leaped into the water, a salute 1'a fired

the. said boundary line shall be run or surveyed court, it shall he his duty, if in his opinion the I right of pre rmption under the act to satisfythe the saiil company shall\ IIAVC the right to he ving oc-'an's loaming crest- from some heavy pieces of cannon which
business in
said
ascertained, and marked, in all respects court shall require to bold an claims of such Indians as have been 11 take from the public lands in the vicinity or Long has my miJrrght taper Ieam'd; were contiguous. When the two youngmen

accordion!!; to, and in pursuance of the provisions intermediate shall his term ol said court, at such time entitled to reservations under may the bind 'treaty, I said road and within twenty rods of thc een- And I've stood when ulone morn's in earliest anguish brightness wild, beamM, leaped in, they remained under the i

of the following acts, wherein the paid as seal direct by addressed order under his hand and and whose lands! ma\ have been cold by the tre thereof, on each side, all such materials And watched and wept in vain, my child. water for some seconds, and, on rising to i

boundary line is defined and described, to to the clerk and marshal of earth stone, or "oo as be neressa1 the surface observed
may
of said court, least United States, on account of any default,.i '; Deep wrapt ith n )hi* setwecehrouJ, were by sm bystanders J
at thirty days 1
wit: an act of Congress of the sixth !\March previousto : or convenient, for the actual construction \
he
i the of said neglect, or omission of duty on the part of ry : In oce.tn'scltvcS coMly sleeps; to act in so fantastic and extraordinary J
eighteen; hundred and twenty, entitled an ac\ : commencement in the several term, and to be any officer of the United States ; such reservation lof said road, to occupy said lands to the Above linn! tempests thunder l luud, a manner, that it was evident j
to authorize the ;people of Missouri Territo. published newspapers published width aforesaid, so far as may be necessary And round him many monster leaps,-
I in the bounds! of the district the same length from sale to continue until (the | The fierce wind, wail, and sea-bird's scream something of an unusual nature had occur-
ry to form a constitution and State government I e claims reservations under said to this convenient performance of said work: "
of time. to treaty Chant sadly his wild requiem. ed to them. A boat therefore immediately i
was
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and for the admission of such State into Provided however That the and
shall board! rights privileges '
be i ihe of
Sec. 9. And be it further investigated by com Cut mother). do not i and the
,
enacted, That weep so now ; procured, two young men
the Union with the
original this section shall be
on an equal footing
I granted by so
misjioncrs for that
appointed purpose, and He have 'acap'd the ocean's foanr.eulth 5
the clerk of said shall be entitled may
court to receive taken out of the water and brought
States and to prohibit slavery in certain their finally acted on by Congress. !>o exercised as to cause as little damage as // may be beaming from his brow, to"t
report
Territories ;" and an act of the seventh June such fees and emoluments for his services Approved June 22d, 1838. possible to the public Ian.Is adjacent to said And he may now be wending home. shore, when it was found that both

eighteen' bundled and thirt.ix, entitled ".\n as are now allowed by law for like services road ; und proper drains or sluices shall be Oh, wa'te. dear mother, tin you hear; I had lost their senses; and s totally and
to the clerks of said district courts of East j You're not alone, for I am near."
net to extend the westeh. ..tindary of the PUBLIC. No. 38. constructed by the said! company so as to I entirely as to be unable to give any explanation -
State of Missouri Missouri river:" Provided and West Tennessee. .I pre\'cnlthe destruction of streams or Yes,you are left, my lovely boy- of how had been affected
AN ACT the any they ,
of
Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, Thata authorizing appointment Oh, how he lovM to press thy form-
however, Thui if Cither or both of said I marshal shall be for said persons to test the usefulness of inventionsto 1 water courses which may he crossed by said How bright his dark eye bcam'd withj>v, or what sensations they fel at the moment.
commissioners to be .appointed on the part of appointed court, When nestling:) in his bosom warm,
violent kind
whose it shall be all improve and render safe the boilers of road.Sec. Their insanity was not a ,
to
duty execute orders Thou &te.'J to the wild,
the state Missouri\ and Territory of Iowa 4. And be it further enacted That tempest
I judgments and decress of said court now authorized steam engines against explosions, And laug'd in infant glee, my child." but rather what might be termed iditoc; or
should fail to attend to the aforesaid duty there shall be, and to the
are hereby, granted
Be it enacted the Senate and House
) law. and that he receive for his by a total of severe intellectual at-
I hear
after by "But ah! vain hope-'Vhat's that prostration
reasonable notice the commissioneron
said all for
by
sites watering -
of of the United States of company necessary
I services the sum of two hundred dollars, to be Representatives : Is it the postman's belt,my dear? tribute.In .
the part of the United States or if the America in assembled That the places, depots: and workshops, along
, paid out of the and that he Congress Ills! It is! go down my boy- condition
public Treasuty this
State of Missouri, or Governor of Iowa, or ; I the line of road Provided That !'* I melancholy they were
President of the U. S. he and he heieby is, : no one He cume-aletter! grief? or joy
be allowed the fees allowed
either of them, should' fail to appoint such same as are fur authorized to three of, depot or watering place hall contain. over She breaks the seal-one look she g ve"G.xJ's ,;- conveyed home to their friends, an remained -
sons
i the services in the of East and appoint pel one ''
same courts name lie prais'd !-he lics!-lie lives! in the
commissioner on their part respectively, after four acres, to be laid cffin a nearly same state two
West Tennessee.Sec. whom at least shall be a man of experience square square Washington, May, I8J3.: J. F. D.
reasonable notice from the President of the 11. And and practical knowledge in the constructionand form ; and not more than one of said squares days, at the end of which one of them partially :
be it further enacted Thata
United States then, and in that case, the commissioner district Attorney of the United States, be use of the steam engine, and the others, shall be granted to or taken by said company HIISCEL.LANV.- S recovered his reason, but die other
appointed on the part of the United for each ten miles of said road. still without -
appointed for said court, who shall receive in by reason of their attainments and science,.I remains any symptom of
5- -- -
States, shall proceed to execute the dutiesenjoired Sec. 3. And be it further cmcled.: That
shall be judges of the usefulness of amendment.This .
addition to the usual fees of office the of competent ofa
sum AnAlligatorTearn.-The Captain
of said
this wit'i either
by act commissioners the said little
with
shall as delay
two hundred dollars be any invention designed to detect! the causes of company fatal result of cannons fired
who without the annually, to paid out steamboat engaged in the Red River being
attend or attendance
may of the of explosion in the boilers ; which said persons, as may hccol1\'cniPII'and at nlll'velHiith in the water will
the
pulic Treasury United 8tatcs.I over persons cease to
trade has informed
of either both of said its although we are
commissioners ,
or shall jointly inventions made for the i in one year from the passage; of this act, and ap
Approved June 18 18a any ;purpose
I to
extraordinary
I think he that pear very any
as the case may be. of detecting the cause, and] preventing at their, own expense, cause the route of inclined to was joking a

.Sec 3. .4ndbcit further enacted, That PUBLIC. No 37. the explosion of boilers, that shall \be presented said road anti the sites which they may select wealthy individual up that way has ttmed who has, when a boy, experienced the almost I

the line to be so run, ascertained, and marked AN ACT -- for their consideration ; and if anv one or t I fur depot:, watering place, or work- and I trained a couple of alligators so that terrific sensations produced on him

shall not be deemed to be finally establisei tiers to grant the pre.emption lands.rights to set more of such inventions or discoveries, justifyin :hop s, to be surveyed and designated thro' they will swim in harness, and haw and when under water in a narrow stream, bya

and ratified by the U jj. States, until the on public said I IUds marks and common trick practised by boys, of taking -
Be it enacted by the Senate and Houseof their judgment j !: the experiment, and t the inventor public by plain monuments gee about as regular as oxen. So well,

map' or plat, arid dcsctifr.foresaid) and Representatives; of the United States of desires that his invention shall be subjected ; cfiie3!]' of the field notes ef the sur- indeed, have they been broken that their two large stones and striking them j

, also the said report of the commissioner shall America in Congress assembled, That every to the, test, then the said persons may V{'}5, with a map or plat of tho fail! route, owner frequently tackles them up, hitches forcible together on die water's edge, immediately i

be submitted to, and the boundary, as thus proceed and) order such preparations to be and: ol'aid sites, & of the connexion of sad: over where the swimmer has
actual settler of the lands them and cruises about
public ; beingthe to a (trig out, i
ascertained} and marked approved of and head of made and such experiments to be tried, as, route with the previous ollicial surveys of dived down. A gentleman who witnessedthe
a family, or over twenty one the bayous and ponds when the waters
ratified Co United] States. I
the of the
by Iguss in their determine the :atlj-icont land, *, shall he returned to the
judgment iliaJc to told that
years; of age, who was in possession! and a necessary admit of his present occurence, us on one
Scr. -1.Ind] be it further enacted, That I are too high to :: going on
I tIme character and usefulness of office of the Surveyor General I of the Li mlDi.trict
any
suffered
himself of
occasion he electric
housekeeper by personal residence thereon a sort -
I for the) purpose of carryinc!!; into effect the provisions such invention. and to thc.General Land Office at I horseback. ,I
at the lime of the of this: act, and shock which almost deprived him momentarily
passage
of the four thousand late while
occasion
this act. sum of Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That \Vahingtiiii.See. l On a sailling along
dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated for four months next preceding, shall be en under the banks of with of his reason, from a common _
titled all the said board: shall give notice of the time out ofanv money in the Treasury not to the benefits and privileges of"ullact and place of their meeting to rxamire such if the said road} shall be abandoned or discontinued i i' his "critters" harnessed abreast he was musket being fired over him while he was

otherwise appropriated.} to grant pre emption rights to settlers on inventions nd shall direct the if the shall be hunter who under the water. Journal of Com
route
the public lands," approved May) twenty ;( < preparations' ; or cease to seen by a sung out, -

Approved June 16th, 1S3S. ninth, eighteen hundred and thirty, and the to be made, and the experiments' to be tried used by said company for the purpose of a I 1 say, there hallo drap your dug merce.
such shrill. deem suitable railroad! then amid in that this and In addition to the circumstances spoken"of
said act is hereby revived and continued in at )place as they most case, act out astern and give me a chance to plug
Punuc.r0.35.j for the purpuse; and sllalll1la"e full! i e- the privileges hereby granted, shall Ct'ast'he of them varmint: the Journal Commerce, may be men-
force two years ; Provided, that where more one :;
j ACT the makinu Public! an appropriation) in for completing than one person! may hive settled upon and port of their doings to Congress at their next and void, and the land shall revert to the Don't shoot this wa---lakecare, don't)0L1 tione the effect produced on fishes by a -
in.
Uuildings scon
session. United State
smart blow with a stick on the ice above
cultivated section of land 1'nT after them? said the
He one quarter see owner, as
it enacted the Senate and House any
by : : Sec. 04 And) be it further enacted! Thatto Sec. 7. And be it further enacted That
,
I them. We have seen this tried on stream
of each of them shall; have nn equal share or the backwoods-man levelled his rifle. a
of
Representatives the United States of
America in Congress nsscmtll<,d. That the I interest: in the said quarter section, but shall \ carry into effect the foregoing objects, therebe I Congress may at any time, until said Territory I seeou'rc after 'cm, and you'll seea a foot or two deep, quite closed-over wit
and hereby is, appropriated out of any shall he admiUcd as a State, prescribe
of have claim virtue of this act, to the frost. The fish which were to
sum thousand, no by
J twenty dollars be, and the, any money in I lh I ; Treasury not otherwise, appropriated and regulate the tolls to be received; by said ball follow in on the same trail in less darting \
same IS hereby, granted and} ) other land : And provided, always, That this than niiuits. Look out for and fro at somp depth below the ice, ,
ahIr.hriltcd.out the sum of six thousand; dollars ; and : company, and after said' territory shall bu ad i two: yourself, 'er
of any unappropriated! monvy in the Treasury act shall not be so construed as to give alight so much thereof as shall be necessary for the milled: as a Slate, the Legislature: lh re"f stranger ; here for a crack at the var- stopped instantly by the concussion, and
to defray the of of pro emption to any person or perSons goes floated apparently lifeless in the water.- 5
expenses completing above purposes shall be subject to the order shall possess the like power ; and said act mint this Way.

I the public buildings in the Territory of Wigepnsin in consequence of any settlement or improvement of the said board, and to defray such expenses incorporation; is heieby approved" subjectto I Stay hold up your rifle. That's my N.Y.E.POS. !
| which! commenced made before the extinguishment
are now and '
partially as shall be incurred by their direction including the modifications aforesaid.
that at. Look at '
: of the Indian title the land which such team you are aming
completed ; which said sum or 10 much to on I' A New Discovery in Science.-Dr.
the sum of three hundred dollars to June 28th. 1833. .
Approved the harness there die oftbc
thereof as may be for that ettlement or improvement was made 01 just on top Henry Hul New York '
necessary and I
purpose (.ach. for his personal services } SherooCtbe
t snail! be expended according to the act of the to the lands lately acquired by treaty with Provided, however And their accounts expenses shall I water. They are hitched to the cance, claims to law of the

legislative Assembly of Wisconsin, entitled i the Miami tribe of Indians, in tho state of [oJuTloN-No. G.-Punuc. and I am on little juant out back to look at variation i
be settled at the Treasury, in the same manner of die magnetic needle--a magnetic -
"An act to establish the Seat of Government Indiana, of which proclamation was made by is other public agents. JOINT RESOLUTION In favor of the and enter some lands." pole which it is
; of the Territory ol Wisconsin and the President of the United States on the "Well I declare!" said the old hunter role
to provide Approved, June 28th, 1838.: authorities of the city of Savannah, in the die axis of supp
for the erection of public buildings," approved twenty second day of Decembei, eighteen State of Georgia; "if that don't beat all the doins I've hee'don abut tb years j o

December thirty. eighteen hundredand hundred and thirty seven, or to any sections Resolved! by the Senate and House ofRepresentatives way in the thick settlements. 1 reckon by means cfhis and Instruments and

thirty-six ; Provided, That the commissioners or fractions of sections of land included PUBLIC-No, 39 of the United States of understand animal tables, prepared to conform,

elected in pursuance of the third section within the location of any incorporated town, AN ACT ielating to the Orphan's Conrt of America in assembled That the I you magnetism, as they the latitude and longitude of any place may
Congress few.
it
call
of said shall or to the alternate sections the Alexandria county, in the District of Co- I a ascertained with die minutes
act, cause the said money to I granted to authorities of the city of Savannah, in the I understand b accUrc. ;
be to expended as to accomplish the completion I use of any canal, railroad or public improvement lumbia. State be and they training alligators. by the dip of the needle only. It
Georgia, are hereby con
of said the route of such canal railroad Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Well, )ou can pass-hope you'll havea
or finishing buildings without further ; on or : and nected with the laws of
authorized to Reynolds Wright
F expense to the United States. other public improvement, or to any port.jonas ; Representatives of the United States of America where reopen closed the works pleasant excursion." ism and electricity, magtis gavan-"
streets, they were by : .
Approved June IS, 1638. of public! lands surveyed or otherwise, which I in Congress assembled That from and. also continue The man now stirred up his team, and several other natural
of Fort Wayne and to Bay explain phenomena
; ,
, after the of this act the Secretary of :
: have been actually selected as sites for cities! passage the was soon under way at a rate which
street through the lands belonging to of whose laws we have had no know
the the of the orphans'court
PUBuc.-No.36. or towns, allotted into smaller quantitiesthan Treasury pay to judge would leave a common high pressure
said and which forms
United Slates in City, ledge.Dr..
District of
I of Alexandria in the
AX ACT to require the Judge of the district eighty acres, and settled upon and oc county the site of Fort Wayne. steamboat out of sight in no time. Sherwood has called die
Columbia in out of
courts of East and West Tennessee to hold cupied lor the purpose of trade and not of quarterly payments; any June 18th, 1838. [N. O. Pic. aUentiot
in the Treasury the Approved Congress to his discovery and
unappropriated money ,
a court Jackson, in said State. agricultural cultivation and improvement, or t 8en
Be it enacted by the Senate and House to any land specially occupied or reservedfor I sum of one thousand dollars per annum, in lieu ar'Ve:: lately came across, says the ate refer its consideration to Com

: .r Representatives of the United States town lots or other purposes, by authorityof of all other compensation for his services as A Rare Up.-An honest son of Erin Boston Journal, the following account, in mitee on Atain who made' special

; of America? in Congress assembled, That the United Slates ; And provided further, judge of said court.Approved 1838. arrived in this city a few days sin"e, and an old paper. of a "domestic celebration"of report on subject on 'Tuesdar

dIstract court of the United States be, and That nothing herein contained shall be construed June 28th, with commendable industry set himself at the Fourth of July: Mr. Preston said the disoerte were r

the samcj is, hereby, established in the western to affect any of the selections of public once to obtaining employment. After My Celebration. Conformably to the such importance that he would move, the

district of the State Tennessee, for the lands for the purposes of education, the PUBLIC.-No 40 some search he fell in with a man who custom of the country we celebrated the printing of 5000 extra copies* It wa a -'

JouptieiofBenton, Carroll, Henry, Obion use of salt springs, or for any other purpose, AN ACT directing the commissioner! of the was engaged in filling up a large open FOURTH of JULY at our house with every vast discovery, and not of less importance
fJ'er..G! lOn. Lauderdale which may have been or may be made by General Land Office to ascertain the quantity
Haywood, Tip- and"ho wanted a drherfor one of possible demonstration of Joy ; an account dian,dial of the mariner's $fr,
,. under laws of the United land covered made An- space
State existing of to copss.
ton ie1py. Fayette, Hardeman any by grants
IJ J/cNairy, in the follow said that
Urdm his dirt carts. Happening to he by when which I beg you to publish Webte either
nd Perry j awl that tha wld court Stales ; but this act shall not be "o construed thooy Shane, and to Louis Godfroy, in t-d5

!be holdcn annually, on fa. auond Monday a* to deprive those of the benefits of this act sec. sixteen, township four south range he made his first attempt at filling in, we ing words: vast importance no imprc'l

*n September at the town Jackson, u, the who have inhabited according to its proyi toro: cast, in Lima district, Ohio and its could not but feel amused at the originalway At twelve o'clock at noon, my wife andI all. He though it the duty C

county of Madison, in stid Bian-pJ; ions, certain fractions of the public lands value. in which, he attempted to empty the assembled in the.drawing room, and shecommenced to give th facts wide circulation,:a'ot

Sec, 3. And be it further enacted, That wUJjjq ihe Land District of Palmyra, in the Uo it enacted by the Senate and House of dirt from his cart. After as much man the ceremonies of the day by tat the counu might decide 1' $

the said district! court shall be invested with, Siti0 Missouri which were reserved from Representatives of the United States! of America uvriDg to get into a proper position as reading "Declaration-of Independence," or,dnert !Mr.B a

and exercise all and every species ofjurwdix j sale in consequeno1ihe surreys of Span in Congress.assembled, That tho commissioner would have sufficed to move a ae which,was allowed by all present to have whether rncpJe on'whcq !

i tast pn now exercised by the liulric:* courts of ,I isIs and French grants, but ore found to be ort: e General"Land Office ascertainthe four, he'marched up to the h ne'lj= been: done.wit doe "emphasis and discre. coe. r : pubjjcijiport. 1
i'J"J
and West TenneiM/s without the lines of said That be I quan'iityMiand"ontained iu section' she* .1. Mr;
/ grants ; iciied the bridle>with apng we tion. -I agreeable to .appointment repBedJtfirmalive
Sec. "
'I :?\And be It former enacted, That fore any person claiming benefit of this teen, tawnibjj fbdr son'th range two ,east,"'',ioLuaa acllU with'heartty good wiJl.. 1E proceeded ten ."an.oration," Mr. Buchannaa said.,thecoverjrvii .

S: laid district court shall be'holden by the law, .haj}| bare patent for the Iaodf'I'bieb: diltrieta') $ % d the quantity 4b.ehrprt ., :calcuktuiir ,< tie! occasion which altho'! suite was the "
of fJN we suempy ; my
\ ce the laid district courts '-of East and he may claim by having cosBpltod with its ma& ty.tho United .,&!* & t ; wfe :gnuio.4'
i is usual i in modem
lest Tennessee. i. Godrr "OQ.1 u' eJ rilte" nbie1r o1JD to not as such 'reuest'copy a ,
Sharid'a'milo el mu
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before
pioYuioni, he shall make oath some Anthony y I 1rp
S eg |. And be i it, further enacted, That'' person authorized by law to administer the section ; and hat he.cause the land so grant the cwtPf! Tthscnpfr\ fforThepress, I wi n you extra number was '

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contain no wo candles: winch had liccu burning in' ctw, had persona on board-I I )
:: 5ih which refolfect
wind of Heaven: -our national" character I.nowhut we go against new irnpoiali( papers lo the inst.,
THE FL.OREPJLA.yy disgraced: at home abroad.and our wh.le and shall! take occasion hereafter say our news of importance, excepting another he cabin-I felt no hot ,'apotr.-Togeth- there was a raft passed near me, which

army successfully foiled in all its attempts !: on this point. Mexican outrage upon the Texian: frontier, er with many others, in horible! conflsion. seemed to be made up of lumber, plak
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA: to remove the most worthless of ell the Indian } which we subjoin from the Matagorda Bulletin. I made for the deck, groping my way and a vast quantity! of wood with a

j tribes from one of her Territories.- We are requested to state that ther., will utter darkness. When I reached the deck Itar being upon It-a negro I
t ''Saturday Morning, July 2 1838. not be Church.to manh
t service in the Presbyterian
formally
had small sail. We
How long surh a tate of affairs will contin- i It is also rumored that England there was a general cry amongst the passel got up a

'c'cVE' : are authorized to announce DANIEL: nc, Heaven only! kno,'.*. and morrow.ill! M'he nbl Burrows,lo attend is convalescent to bis duties. rccl.!nitcd the Independence of Texas crs for the Captain. There was a report up a stool which floated near, upon which
hid been
- 0 horth and that of commerce Mr. Merrill and
'f'f McRACNY a candidate to riprcseni .treaty also that the vessel was on fire, and myself alternately tool
Leon County in the nl xt gislatirc Council. THE COMMERCLA B A N K. For the Flo idian. entered into, which was ratified and signed tricks \ had
but it our at stealing.
out
in buckets passed to taken
John, C. Maclay, Esq., late Presidenl of INHABITANTS OF FLORIDA by President Houston on the 4th of July. water was off
Yj'E' areauthorizc.dto announce STOCKLEY done the side of the the canvass, from the hatches and
but from the
'f'f S AD BUR Y, Esq. a$ a candidate to represent this bank, has published a defence occupying WP are now at an important crises. We From the Matagorda bulletin July 5. damage of from the got Q
Gadsden County in the State Convention- nearly three columns of the last Apalachicola have arrived at that point of time which authorizes MEXICAN OUTRAGE.-On the 22d uit. a boat and the swell of the sea, the water a sort mast- canvass werniA.

1 >E are authorized 10 announce JONATHAN j Gazette, exculpatory of himself in us to claim the privileges of Freemen I I party of 'Mexicans amounting to one hundred -I poured in so fast: that the fire was soon I a sail, and our object was to keep OUt

( 'f'f ROBINSON, Esq as a candidate to represent I regard to the late fraud committed in that in within our own limits, and our station in the i.i and fifty. came from Matamoras, and j jI extinguished. There was also a rumor i craft hci)1f the wind, to prevent her turning -
GaJsden County in the Sate Convontio.i 'I stitution. While mom our knowledge of Union as an independent) State. /'ho reat.'disad'anta..el the Rio Grande, to the settlements on the spread that we had been run into by another o\rr. She went before the nrinj

:TvEa1.e: auttmiizcJ to announce) Duncan I the past character: and standing of this gentlemen ', 0I under which we have labored I,I San Antonio and Labaca and committed steam boat, which would take us off.- I very well: We were frequently inane,..

'l'l Baker. FV a::5.. candidate to rrpiescnt we are inclined to the belief that he I I in every department, are sufficient to rouse depredations; ('fl the persons and pfpttyof j Our boat was much canted on one side, sed in the water and kept consianilywilhoul Wet,
q he County Gad--don in the State Convention. is not culpable of any design, nor participant .I every man who is possessed of the small.stI the citizms. They attacked and and rolled tremendously. A gentlemanabout food or fresh drink.

arc aulhoriz- to announce E.CARRLNG- in the nefarious villiany of Stephen!' on ; yet j j I. spark of patriotism, or public spiii', to energetic : carts of goods and stores which were being' this time, whose ) seemed much : I had no stockings or hat on, and suc.tred .
WE TON C A BELLas candidate to rl'pt'lient; wo are bound to express our opinion lh.it his action. The natural obligations which carried from the coant to the up country j ;the but t immensely 'from the of
: I for
smutted who took captain, i rays
r Jefferson county n tile Stale Con.tDtioD.We defence is greatly different mom what wns ,|are on us at this time to lay a solid l founla 7116 value of those go.d amounted to SPjvenil i : scorching
Mr. Geo. Y. Davis sun during the day, and
learned
since -
expected by the public. They want FACTS, i i lion, on which to erect a superstructure that thousand dollars. In the lencnntre I j jonrt have was I at night
I have on our table\ specimen of cot t will Charleston the was chilled almost to death. Mr. }
to that passengers
naked facts, supported by testimony. Long guarantee our posterity 'ibcity nuin was find another was j requested Ierrl
ton raised on the plantation of A. Formy arguments deduction*, moral essays and nhih has been bequeathed to us by our fd'b' ) dell so badly kIled.: life despaired) wrlun.\. \ to pass the paggage al, to get it on happened to be somewhat better d.

Duval, E"q. of this city, which judges pro mere assertions m the absence of name! ers, aloud! to us to rouse to action and to This is the second outrage committed I oti'j side and also to gel on the same side He had on his pantaloons, and saved his

nouncc to be very superior. It i is of the dates amounts copies of documents, &c. exert ourselves in the all important business. tlm by the Mexicans upon our western |'themselves, with \icwofrighling the walrh-when he looked at her he found

Petit Gulf seed, and the staple! is very long will not satisfy: them, however eloquent or We have grand assistant'm in: this\, task if we settlementand year they hive gone off with':' boat. I :aUo recegnized Dr. Ash of she had sloped about a quarter past 12
,
and If i ia of the ,
fine. this en
well a specimen th cultivation able. :Mr. Maclay, should if he expects I will look around i !, and make: a proper use their plunder unmolf *1111 anr! p1illJ! will I Pliil.tdelpln.i, all Mr.I F. McCrt-u of Tallahassee. which induced us to think lie was thrown
tire it will "
crop repay public sympathy, or c\'( justice piesent a ot tll. Let us. for a moment, turn our at their success Ho v long will the govern-1 Mr. McCrea remarked th.ilthe in the water from the Steam picket about

and command a grent price. detailed, !specific and verified abstract from tention to all those new State whirl ha\'C merit snfTer these thing to he s.l? Someihinj' boiler had burst-that the boat was that time. On Frida evening we
the books of the Bank-to which learn boe-i! admitted into Union sin Rev- j I
'
we
tlc : ought to be dono for tnf protection n' i| thoug
The Bill reorganizing our Territorial olution. \e have into the sinking and we should all prohabl.ue!i we saw a Light House, but it
/from "oo-l) authority. he can hive: access: seen\ 11"0 COIH: the wo.-t. In our {opinion nothing short: of :
Council giving i us: a Senate, has become a lost he that had better be a'e sd. The sharks thereitened
I. Of tho original stookh ,Iders of th* confederacy) completely deprived of the area the taking : and! inestablish- sujgvcsled we rig i I I t
law. That for holding\ a Convention has Bank, and also all who have; ever been :>tod< ter part of their natural reelUl', ncl to supply merit of military\llalora"! posts and on the Rio up a raft of such things as we could and I[ devour us, as they were all around u ott

been lost. This i U wdl-we have no occasion holder: amount, and when owned or transferred this: defect they have been cnnpelled; So (; : should satisfy us. T"xas shoild possibly we mig h surviveon that. Soon Friday and Saturday and would

for such a law.. _. ; also if any b 'pothl cations of stocl resort to the most disgraceful l.ans, viz : :,ranl1'" exclusive navigation of that river ,I after this Dr Stewart came up to me, and : ily seize hold of chip? or rubbish g

l\IrIRF. bDUh.nflERl.On--: -:- Wednesday have bcrn made: by, :ind to whom, and vvh.it I poll taxes ; which arc not only dfgrad'mtr' but and thiS she cannot obtain except by conquest iI j asked what was the mailer.: The Dr. I from our craft. I was fearful they woal

hsl of citizens fur. iniquitous, because they make no distinction I which at this time shouH be nn easy ;' had dressed himself I toM him the boiler I break our oar, when we should
morning : t, two moro our I
fell victims to barbarity. A :Mr. 2.1.! A schcdul"} setting forth the namc I I between the rich and the poor, every man I matter. The Mexicans are in un unsMtl had bust, and that there was much Water[ in the Hough of the sea and turned g

Lis'ey residing about savage fifteen 01 twenty miles of the del tos; of the Hank and securities, at I I p.v/s alike, notwithstanding: it i is as easy I for j condition! at hlllp: on account of the exileneo in the after cabin. He requested me to oh-(I Saturday evening, I thought I saw land\
hundred dollars it is
I tho lime of Ihe sile, and lor al least ninety many men to pay one as I of rival I puttie-: I mid fut: : ion., : nd their I'
from Tallahassee the Oclorknee river tain which deck : Merrill I mistaken in
on for others dollar. nut let I for : a lamp, was hanging on thought was as
: d to pay one us th
j ben his work fiom breakfast ( ivs previously--not an 1I 2grr.te; but a ports are still under French Blockade. and the there seemed of
turning to a moment consider the of to near the ladies ('ahil, see extentof evening a sort fog
tll'lIl.lr stAtrt.iTMif showing each right Congress
11 : I would be
amount. The of Mairunorns
I P : taking not
discovered a number of Indians< on his plan; hold lands wihh; the limits of our indepcnd : f the water in the cabin. I found upon that might be taken for the shore. Shortly
i 3d Tin- .cise of
amount '
1, pi ) !.ppci' notes difficult at this time, and the importance: of
tation. He with his son, retreated. to the ,: of oili-r bank--: and other assets of the bank, ('[It State. Doc* our national con>limtion having posses-ion of that place i is so great, gelling a light, thai the water was up to ;,; afterwards we were both convinced we
hou-e. followed by the Indians: but uccccJj j i! give Congress this risht! I Xo. I the staircase in the cabin. Their laud distant about
lOtniles.'This
= I din ittg mid at the simp period, and all tlir n'rily-it positively that no opportunityhoud! be lo-t to aecom- was saw probably .
j o'clock in defending when the his sa\agesVetired dvvel'ing ti.l 1 about Q shoit one other aM't.of the hank.I prohibits! them from holding! any 1 lands .! push it. We arc &aul to see that meetings i awful confusion! indeed now-husbands''''I was a joyful !:!ht. Mr Merrill
.
distance in the woods. Supposing it sare I 4th! The! issues o'lhe! bank in circulation I II I within the original State; rxceut Miiall Jots t have b.t'n htl! at Velasro, and also at Bra- searching for thir wives, a.dTi.e5 crying;,! sprang up, crying, thank God, ;il is land,

j to ritteut, the family left the house. but had( I al tiie Mine Un: d, ..cribing whether bond, < I I cia fur Jationll that purposes ; and it expressly; dc zr.ria, to take into consideration( the IroHij.Ir ; for their husbands, and the most gloomyiuncertainly i I and said to me, he had $100 with him,

1 proceeded only a short distance. when they j I 1Q..t! note, or ordinary bill-j and denomini- res, I when how States t aie admittedthey I (If adopting oflvnsiv! mea-uus : a> to the f fate of all. "I then1!' which he had forlunalch put in his pocket,
all the
I were overtaken by the I .dians, !Mr.I Lis'oy: | t lion>, and the same description of tin. :amount of s'lal original possess States. As rights; ane pl\lf'ge.' Mexico.Ve hope that the Matngordians. i: made for,the promenade deck, which I the day before the disaster occtired; this

and Ins daughter shot down, and the son receivtU I I cll.lIth't'SIt'd'itllessc:5.!i-it in bank: 'inid i by him. legullv vcrifitd (byI I of I this, and that our Congress a prominent has always proof been ;.uteresifd as they. are, will not be the last I j I reached. i ij Ire i kindly said he would divide with we,

: a ball through: the hand. Two : no" least: in t their aid im tin- I important nrr.m ther. : Soon after I friend Mr. :', should we ever reach the shore. At
; young i i 5ih, A list of the debts turned over to certain that! they bad right, look ;it the futile i j perceived my day
allowed
TIK Mexicanshould; be to' .
rot
men succeeded in making; theit escape. i! Stevens-Hi' and of those I letamed! by him for alternative:, of making contracts with the ) of banditti, I i.! Hodsol come up-He was dressed. I''light Sunday morning we were quite near

The number of Indians: was stated at li.ty | his preinij.il in the bale of the clutter, and new ,States I for the privilege of holding( lands and cOle commiI11''n'Sn into our country t! ; as a !c have ;!.|; heard the voice of Mrs.I Charloll Stewart, ;'i tin'; land, not going directly for it bat

I or sixty. We think the number: exaggeraf : where :shose assets; now are. flue of taxation within their limits, and it isI with impunity.' as they dOle :i i and )1 r. Ho son and mnef together with running along shore, and gradual approximating

ted. i Xothin!? short! of this will satisfy. the tmbo !I sell evident to every man of common sel ;,\ Governor Cail has taken :sudi measures lie. It i it no answer to say thuy 'woul'J be I that: those, contracts; are equally ulrul.tiw'j late capture ol the LONE II th.:i i to get upon the promenade beck.-Her thrown into the Merrill
ia his. give dcl :lIce to the I Ifrontier ) :
to
as ate tionul-and of
I power void fiom the
of Leon and GaJsdc-n counties and \ol.uiiinoud t tot publication -to.) trouble-: course beginning. I French blockading squadron all re. i child about iwoyears old, was ihen passed was first thrown off, and after a whilereached
: some l to pi('[Jan1, &<:. II"the JUJHTS ntMtrst I Whit has a few indi\'iflali) in any corner c-ipturu; by a part of h"-r own crew ins ,x -the Doctor himself came We : the shore before I did. About
if posibc! prcvt\ 'nl the Cieeks front effecting i of t i United States a natural or constitution j citud up up.
"ill nut publish tlicii on ibis account, a mitt it a good deal of interest and specula
the Srininule! i id I then rs. Stewart in a boat which the third breaker frail bark was I
their escape (tl) ?, a.*! no al right to become a : and make got :1 my prccipitalc'j
we are ati-fud on examination they are full party i con I lion. Tlc L captured in attempting
(la I II
,
doubt their intention. Capt. Walkers company tract with Congress was on the promenade deck, together withher : over my" head and it was fortunate
diametrically
and fair nd honest t, \\ e will do so. contrary to : to elude the blockade, and with a pnz I
at Shell Point, has been oidered to We notice the Columbus; and Apalachicola the constitution of the United States ? It i isj! crew of eight men and a Lieutenant on, child. This was
scout the country on the line from the point people have had public meeting; and absurd in the extreme. Can Congress itself bond: was despatched: for th: Island J f Sacrifico. .: seen on this deck during the day, with a ''ahead of me. After a short time I touch

I to Mr. Alligoods plantation, about% six miles chosen committees' to fenet out th'n fraud become a party in an unconstitutional con On her ua thither she wus recaptured tarpaulin over it. had been placed I jed bottom in about three feet water,

from ihis city.-He has aUo called for a and they hive advertised for evidence. tract t Wretched pretext, on which to founda by I two ')and a boy I left. onboard I Ion its keel when Mrs. Stewart got into up, rapidly made for the beach, which I reach-

: force from Gadsdcn, nnd it is probable that Fud:,!('. ,\ grand jury, who act under oath course of unconstitutional, iniquitous and of tier as piisotr.r.. They brought I and was filled( with ladies, expecting to be \led-f was so completely exhausted could
batulliun\ stationed
Mnjor Tavlors now on is the legitimate II nbutial lo investigate ih- destructive proceedings, merely ti' perpetuate i he vi-s-fl i wiih a cargo, said to bo vvoilh gradually floated off when the steam boat 1 scarcely crawl up the beach, upon which

the Oadlla frontier will also go in pursuit of ubject. These committees! will: we sup. i lung row fattening kennels for the menial 30,000)( and the [puze crew into New Or sunk. There were aLo man other ladieson : I lay in a state <.f insensibility, until l abont
the Creeks. of
4 pos) (', usher forth dicf urs. s in th' shipe! ol Congress. lean-;. the deck. Dr. Stewart stood by his :jll o'clotk next day, when a benevolentman
The Governor received, by express caily let Ui for a moment, take a xiew of the Clarke
4 cf C-ip: the LONE, under hose
information from llljr j reports proceedings" exhibiting their iniquitous of the "I wife, near the boat. I went further aft, Mr. Spicer, who resides near New
yesterday tnornmjr, natuiu Those
.. Ta)lor, that his command would be discharged ; sage: : opinions for and views, deductions, hurt and 11Jswerc purchased with the mtaslrc.people's money daring achieved management, is said to be the the same recapture individual wa when I saw two men at the wheel tryingto I; River Inlet,where we were thrown, ashore,
u.ercnces, publication they C 111
from the si-r\ice. by Major Dearborn a print dispn-od to gratify (be too prevailing not for speculation and for fattening the me who was In re many } ears ago, in command) get the steamboat before/ the wind, make I|came a cross me. He inquired if I bad

'1 ; in which event they have been ordered itch for iich displays'! in this part of the li,1 of Congress, but for tire use of the peopIe "[ of a Columbian Sloop of War. We say sail and reach the land-she would not :' an\ ancompanions. told him of Jlr. Mer-

) by the Governor to report to him at lhi world. Now, we ttust the next Apilachieoa ; and every man in the United States that nothing for the moiahty of the achievement, ', answer her helm. After the explosion in. Afierpulling a plank to keep the sun

1 place when thy will be employed against gratid jury will take the matter in hand, has ever consumed an article on which one but its heroism all must admire.Pentacola. (t the boat still moven on, from the previous I from my face, he went to look for Mr.

i the Creeks. It is probabl. that CoG\ recn and i if the documents we hive enumerated cent of duty was laia, has a right in common Gaztllc.iFioin j I' t force given her. I saw a smoll boat with j Merritt, and came back and told' me Vie
ofthe Sixth Rfgitnent, recently arrived from to tho ; ire not ;picviously made public, will have ps the Canldd1.I.) Chro ..1 Ic ], some persons in it, lying somewhat a stern !could not find him. Mr. Merrill, I
1 will receive the into the the the
offices filled with
&_ Green Bay, troops them prepared and exhibited. If these coinmilters up price, ,keeps its At the request of the editors of the of us,-ihis I suppose was one of the boat learned afterwards, got to a hut where he
service: of the United State Col Grepn favorites at Injjli salariesand what is timecunse(1ue1Ce ,
i is charged vith the coiuinutd, : of the defence! will confine themselves to procuring: ? The lands remain unsold, "Chronicle" and "Aurora," I have prepared that got ashore.-The steam pal ket was t fell in an exhausted state, finding it deserted -

of :Middle rlorid.l, and is n highly eflicientofficer. .ind suhpeBiiing vilncn.sr to be sworn boron'I I he State is deprived of its natural resource' the following statement of some of, fast sinking-the water ponring over the i, some fishermen found him -ihere
the ;!s arid jury, At HI1 eventwe an as-Mired that jf revenue, and] the industrious poor, in every particulars recent some I up.
L the frontier will be defended, and proteriion I I We dcpti'calc the ablUhment I I of su< h, portion of the Union, arc deprived of their disaster, which befel the ill-fated"Piilaski.' ; I ladies:, God; knows who, to get on the upper to look for me, which they did, but iu
self constituted and Inward
given our cili7.cns-if not by th United :. irregular cither character or right"o advise couiHlo !I ritrht in common to those lands. Go into old On the 4th June, in company with Dr. 1: deck, who begged me to get her husband j I being late did not find me. The shore were
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i States authorities, at least by the Territorial. :Mr.i try:\nI achy to exhibit to the public the particular States, converse with this class of people>, look Edwin Stewart, m)brother, his wife, Mrs. I np, and sail he was an old gray- i i l we landed was a low beach, with some

and specific evidence he had of :Sle:) at their reasoning on the subject' ana you will Charlotte Stewart, child and servant, my : headed man- nol see him-I alsoI scrub pines upon it, and thereas a

On Friday last a scout from Capt. Hut phcnsAn'ii i esponsibility.Ve' have heard\ be convinced in a moment. is :their relative Samuel II. Hod>(l, the Rev. Mr. I heard a lady: crying in a loud voice f tor sound between that and the main land.

lets command then al the mouth of the Oc the names of certain: individuals in Georgia, answers when you ask them why they do notrcmo.c Woart and lady, Dr. Ash, and McCrca I I her husband, pronouncing his name repeatedly Mr. Spicei.for whom I shall alwxvs

locknee, discovered three canoes of Indians, at Columbus; \ and t'ltie"ere, w hose receipt, there to a n \ country ? "I I could' t let Tallahassee, Florida, upon a visit toi Mr. Ball"-gentleman, that feel under ten thousand obligations, took
and children making but when I I am not able to I
their principally down women the river. Capt. II. immediately vouchers, or ceitificates, of moneys or de lands at the go prices they are held.purchase I i i Cambridge, Dorchester county, Maryland. I supposed was Mr. Ball, sprang from the me across the sound to his'own house,

I. way ordered a company to a point where iio.-ilcs, or letters of credit w tit-re shown by know 1 have a I light in common to those lands i On the lit'I !!, we reached Savannah, and| fore part of the boal into the water, and where I remained, with every attention
lUII. Lei us have them: : Their nameshould the 3th \\etook in the made for his wife but must have sunk before paid Mr. S. and until
me
but
'. The passage of the boats could be intercept j whore I to go there and settle on them on passage steam by family Thurs
ed; but on approaching the bank of the tivrrihc > additional be inide public. to We be would for also leaving advise without paying; the price that Congress de I packet, Plla ki. Capt. Dtihoi boand for he reached the after part. Several day. The sun &sal water had completely

I troops were fired upoiiby I Indians sec re th,' notes, signed reasons by him, in given bank, to res 1.IIS.] they would denominate i me a sri Ui tcr.I : Baltimore-at 6 o'clock, P. M. we arrived persons wildly jumped over board, and skinned me, cream was applied. On ,

ted on the opposite bank. Thc fire was cue him from the imputation at least would be unprotected, and the first unpiin I in Charleston. The boat between Savannah I tried to reach settees &c., and sinking Thursday I reached Wilminglon.where W

promptly returned, and the Indian,* fled. giousfolly. He should) \ answer also,vfeg why- cipkul puppy that wanted my improvements and Charleston performed her called for something to be thrown their. N. Peder, esq., kindly took me to his own

The command having: no boats, were com as when the Hank of Florida was sold, and) (fif he had money enough to pay Congress; ) trip well. There was considerable sea, The weight of the machinery I suppose house and rendered every assistance.

? ;b polled to retire about thirty miles, and again the Central Dank, and even the Magnolia could drive me and" my helpless family into I which. occasioned her to roll, notwithstanding caused the boat to sink faster the centre Matthew Tilghman Gold borough Esq.
the
the distance woods again. Thus we clearly discover
.. return nearly until same Cnpt.-pursuit lint Bank-:1: bond and security was not taken that this unconstitutional and iniquitous poli I she moved along, very handsomely which threw up the stern. She then par-: Talbot, who was in Wilmington at the

was not in given of overtaking Saturday. the fugitives from Stephenson to redeem the circulation! cy of our national does not only I indeed.-On the 141h, at 6 A. M.' ted, and the small boat, containing Mrs: time, and had known my brother, Dr.
ter was hopes
government
both for his own security and that of the pubIi with fair of Stewart and other ladies thrown headforemost Stewart volunteered loan for
.when In** heard from. bear on the natural ritlrts of the new States, a prospect a pleasant passage, was a to me,
--- -- .-- ,*, of which ho was the agent. but it debars thousands of individuals from I \ve left Charleston. Judging from the t in the eddy, here they were all which I am under great obligations to him.

'*, The War nearly ended."-Within the Nut having dono so, as to assets withdrawn obtaining their rights!, for no other purpose I!I ize of the Boat, and the crowded state of drowned, I suppose. The citizens of Wiiminglon7 al alongas
him tir his I
last ten days we havu heard of the murder arc no by lawyer, we picmium do not doubt although he must we than the employment of a set of speculators the passengers, I thak there were upwards The stern part of the boat upon which I I came, were, however, so tat I

of not less than half dozen of our citizens yield them to the editors of the Hai.k, more hideous in the eyes of every philanthropic of 200 persons on board. Everything was, turned a complete somerset, and when had but little occasion for money.
up
by the Indians, and yet wo are told h the nor do we doubt thut tne JJraiich of the patirot, than a flock of vultures revolliii"on seemed to pass off well, during the I it was about perpendicular, :1r. Hodson Wednesday! following I left hospitable

war U nearly ended." It is true a number Pcns'icol.1 Bank Apalachicola' mid the ( After a patriotic carcass. i i day-the weather was pleasant, good and!myself who were then holding on, hand man.sll of Mr. Peden, and by the way of

of the hostiles have been captured and removed singularly favored < r.'dilors of 8tt'phcrH1II i traversing win tl.is iniquitous policy, and) breeze stirring and the passengers were to hand, by the Davit ropes, let go. I Halifax, ; Richmond, Washington and
accurately its
effects the I I
out of the country,baffle but there all the are efforts numbers at :'1. Joseph should bo compelled by law mind wearied, galled, t'no and'nuoris at, the lively and gay, with the exception of those saw him, no more. Many others were Baltimore, reached Cambridge, E. S.Aid .
4 yet left sufficient to 10 disgorge all but their rata sh. ol disgusted that seasick. In afternoon thrown ofTat the time. with
of ,Our citizens hove. no security :! pro ire loathsome scenery, materiilly exerts itself in were there same I was sunkin Dr. Stewart's servant girl came
our troops. the assets they have tit o ight to secure was some of a squall which the water some time and After the wreck she she
on the fiontier and they are either com flitting over its opposite,, viz : a policy founded appearance was graspedby me. states \\3
4 pelled to abandon their homes and duffer (to the exclusion of other sufferers) fur their on equity, justice and pntiioti m, it feebly gradually wore away, and about o'clock, persons, I supposed to be ladies from with six others on a raft ; Dr. Stewartshe

starvation! or remain with almost t a certainty own Hank benefit.Chattels The in disgraceful Fbi: idt; we hucksteringof trust I, nil rise:on the wings of hope that there i vet I remarked to Capt. Dubois, that the their clothes and was kept down, prob- says, was with her on the wreck, unti

of beinsj massacred by the savage Many now be put a stop to. We wish some aoine uncurrupte-d: ; patriotism in our national I weather looked much better to iciiulicurd ably 20 feel. After they left me go, I Monday, when he died from exhauson.

of our frontier settlers; would gladly avail "oi: would exhibit to tin public a duUilei per cabinet lled select and Congress, that vn will bo ena- than it had done-he replied that there came up, amidst a crowd of persons,-I His servant kept his head

+, .,. I themselves of the scanty pittance for their review IIf the various transactions of ibis Hots to such a blHI of talented pat: was :an indication of good weather. I : thought, if I remained here, I shoul, for two days after the Doctor was so

families which would be icceived by volunteer Oft in out T iritory for some year:' past, Congress to represent, that us in convention, and in also observed to him, that the Piilaski I inevitably be born down. I swam enfeebled as to be unable to hold on.
we will hear from
shortly
L service in the army, but their propositions by some of which) lh comiruniiy as in this head-quarter.s declaration that all the seemed to be an excellent sea vessel-he off, as well as I could. I was light : He told theservant that he saw his wife g(

are met with the rrply that there ate case', has 1-e.en; most flagitiously swindled. i cart lands in Floiida I were with va- expressed himself highly! {1i a5ed with! her. enough for me to see persons. I saw I down, after the dreadful disaster, several

i troops best evidence;in service wo have already to sufficient.clispiuve thiis The We repeat, we believe :M. M'C. is innocrn ; the people's money fur the good purchased of the people Several times in the course of the ca-, I the larger parts of the wreck, which times, and could be of no service to her.

iho f rt of the frequent depredations and of every tiling except credulity, caieless nnd that Congress hns no right to hold :I was in the engine room, looking at the seemed to be distant about 100, yards. The next day, Friday, 'he doctor ana

: i rnurdeis cutninittrd by the savnge-s and i i" ness, and folly in this transaction and will I lands in an independent State, and that the gnage and about 8 o'clock at night, I recollect There were vast quantities of fragments his servant saw many deadbodies! floatingnear
the end be tho worst sufferer, but he
-k.' i we think sufficiently conclusive. The guvernmHtit in duties to the public yet unfulfilled, winch owes i il lar.ds must be given up to Florida 1)1 her becoming for the last time, examining it, and floating around me, and fortunately I got and amour the rest, his lime child

t have mostly withdrawn their suo- ho expects even sheer justice, he must t per: of the rfspon"illt to the Union for any part found it varied from 28 to 30. About 9 upon a piece, a hatch, and picking up a two years old-what dreadful} spectacle
delirious
-'u pljre and coinmciiced calculating the ex form. prime CUlt which may retrain unpaid. o'clock, the party with which I was immediately small plank, 1 paddled off from the bodyofthe The doctor before his death became -

:; : pcnse of protecting the defenceless citizen Sllula this: I be the case hope will then bo connected, consisting ormy brother wreck, thinking the heavy ; when be expired, his lifeless boy,

i as though! the value of human lifo could bo Congress has passed an act to establish anew changed to tire assurance:! that W6 will itninedialiUr Dr. Stewart and wife and Mr. Hodson would dash me to pieces, if I come swel con- was silently swept away, by the sea. -
estimated by the pitiful calculation of dollars Judicial District in the Territory of see price of our public lands; reduced retired to bed. Dr. the states, in fits or do-
to Stewart was in feeble tact with it. In about an hour, I saw a eral! persons, gir
nine '
and cents. For the honor of our-couotry amid Florida to be called tho ApalachicoU: Dis nothing barely sufficient to health when he left the raft. Of all the
p Tallahassee and Mr. It Mr. Merrill lirium jumped, frm
modcratH office person on a fragment. was
pay fee.-i, that we willel' -
law .
the weekIf
the cause of humanity it is time ibis course trict. We shall publish next / it myself
Hodson Tallahassee seems
the industiioti.4 suffered from sea sickness. In Mobile( he informed me.Ve that left ,
flocking to a concluded party
was abandoned. the act is passed a:*! published in ih*. poor our country
- In relation to the fugitive Creeks, it is true Globe a most extraordinary mistake lus occurred from every quarter of the Union; that our short time after these went_ to bed I took my to get our pieces together-meeting aud the doctor's servant, are the sot
could not\
several companies of regular\ : troops have in iI, and which produces a singular country \iI be densely peopled, & ourgoveminent birth; it was probably about half past nineo'clock.In with a large and longer fragment just sur\ 'ors. Poor Hodson that thrown

i been ia ccnstanlsen'ice since their escape ; stat of things. The District is lo in ful possession of it* natural resources consequence ofa light just in ahead, we reached it, and got our pieceson swim, I saw no more after we were

.:: neither have they or their officers lacked en. elude all the Territory included in thl Florida an important member front of' me, I did not get to sleep. The it. Mr. Merrill had been on a hatch.A together in the water upon the turing

ergy or indu.try-they have scoured the present boundaries of Franklin, Washing of the confederation. light was used by Judge Cameron, who rope happene to be fastened to one over of th wreck, a* before describdaThe

I country on foot carrying: their provisions on ton and Jacko7" but Calhoun is left out- AMICUS_P.TRIAE.N was lying on a settee reading. As well the one piece of the hatch. o. that I had, to encounter,to

their backs: till they have worn out their although Iaid the Judge is to live "at St w OHLEANT: July 12. as I can judge, about 1-2 after 10 o'clock, ring the same with a knife he had expsue. horror of soul at the term

: I ctotbing & ftlmout their persons-and failed Joseph ii&said District," or at Apalachicola! LATEST FROM TEX \S.Th the Judge laid aside his book, took with him-.we unrove it and fastened our fie sc i passed through, (which nOW. *.

(or nearly Iwo months in discovering&. scarce The copying cleik either thought it wax pro steam packet tolunbil, Moore, arrived his spectacles, and placed them of pieces it. We also foundan can n realize as seems Ww an
pretty on scarcely i
1 Iv ajijr trace of the runaways. Their recent fantttinn to place Calhnuns name in the same nt this port lat : evening, in only his head firmly infinite 5U1.
and closed occasioned
his me
I then of awful dream
fftseovery j on the banks of the Oclockonee, line with Wa hi'igton, Franklin and Jackson forty-two houis from Velisco. with a Uri eyes. prepared oar, which was afterwards essential ) we
.. pr0ye )bowever, (hat the Indian. have been or Colonel Downing intended to.turn number of p lcngtml, among whom H the to go to sleep,>hut in a few seconds, service to us. about 3 o'clock, there wasa feting, but in my illness, 1 was by

M (Jbe cogotrjr, from which nothing but a very Calhoun county out of the Territory. Co!. Hon. Alree,Lt: Branch, and hi!Secretary, I heard a tremendous, noise supposed to severe squal which lasted but a few hand of"an all wise Providence. t&ri saw, 4 j

? auperitr force to that now in the field will be.ueCeai Richard C. Allen is the Judge,'M.V.. H. alan the two passengers which were _nboardthe be an eXplo.sionhe boiler, and minutes. \ day light, we saw some 14 amongst the kindest fceopje ofeter I

( ip dislodging them. We eopceive Brockenbrough Attorney, and,Mater Peter achr. Lone, when that vessel was from my birth, which was far aft. I jump or 15 ndt pretty mutch in aline-some shall recollect lcm as long as pufbo

such policy 1 to be most wretched and certain. Mardhul of the new Uilric. A North capturad by.the French blockading squadron take time to put on'my clothes, and had before, behind, and some of them vibrates through my heart,

.ly toot: expensive. Tho wins prot/acted t Carolina gonteman1Blned ,Judon.bii-,been' off Matimorari-the U. S. sloop of War nothing on at the tim butmy: sleeping, 3 miles distant. The wind was about A.STEWART.

L thifCoootrylaid' waste-our citizens murder i imported (or Judge orlba,I We.t.r'D, 'Vandulia, hiving )1Andud them at .V llico. garment. The shock which the boat sustained and telling us, I thought in the 'VILLUl; S-Maryland .t

ed, and their property scallerH Jo (he four trict.t HO may be a good man rorD aught wo. By thil arrival we have ;receivc'd Toxai I or the passage of air, (xlh-Iguish Est of land. Sflme t the raft J 'J\y, 5, 1838.t -

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I rtcttms to Xiimgc- bailartty, IMPORTANT TO TEXAS VOLUNTEERS. &t Notice J5Q3Th ..,.
Florida PeninsnlaRailrond 4 SteamBoat Notice,
i "'fut WAR IS CONSIDERED I'RETTV The New Orleans Picayune publishes the Company. weeks after dale I shall apply to the Ilor. indebted lo the subscriber on last .;

WELL AT AN EM It.1t By the arrival of a fgentleman letter which important to those A MEETING of the Stockholders of the FLORIDA SIX eoftheCountyou of Leon for It.trr: PERSONS !, are requested to call and set- :

: from Garey Ferry on the 4tli 'who have served in Texas, and have been PENINSULA RAILROAD .iNI of administration on the estate of Man Gaenlae, tle without further delay. CENTER ;
STEAM-BOAT CO'P.fY, will re held, per. of said County, deceased. WILLIAM #
have received the heart rending ,since detained by business in the United *8.w ;
: inst. we son n by prosy *t St..ingustin m the first Monday A. T. GAVIN. llahas.ee, July 7; 1838

intelligence of a whole family named States ; in September next, fur. the purpose of eleeiirg July I8ih. 1838. 50-3w Notice. .

r1, Gwinn, who resided on the Santa f fe River. VELASCO, June 22, 1838. a president olher bu.inrs& seven as the Directors interest, of and the transactingsuch Company Four Hundred Dollar RewardPROCLAMATiON THE Co-partnership hcretr.fjro existing under m JJe gmIiDr,
BY MADDEN is th* AUCTION K .
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r5n'.4IM _
: well other who '" "
Yoursclfas man
'fhe victims to barbarity; a far- as every JOSEPH S. SANCHKR
savage any ,
rl'lir. hav-
RICHARD K. CALL.Goverr.or of the Territory d dissolved( by mutual content. All lhoe AND .
ther mother and two children were found came with me to the country during that JOHN M. FONTAME, of Florida. I I IWW7IIEREAS in"ty chums Against the said firm, will prest.t th. Commission Iflcrchanu t _

1 murdered at their residence on the 2d inst; time ((1839)), i is entitled to his head right, JOHN A. AT REF.D ILAlTOIA \, O It hi< hern nptescnud to me,1 same COIf payent.nd all.th s" due ihr,said firm ALI m J Wednes !ays&Saiiirdays.A I

about 13 of i is mis- of his bounty land as a soldier f ALVARKZ 7 r. thai HUGH DUNCANconh-ied in th. Jail I will s a daughter years age independent f>f Jfler'on Couniy, charged wilh tin murder of duly authorized to settle the same. ;
sing. Ther.* are many conjectures as to --ii a man family, to one league and TIOMAR DOUGLAS. .ne limes in said County of Jeflersco on the P. II SWAI.V.LEVI TTTNFOUNDED reports during the temporary I

her fate lutif murdered her body has not one labor, and if a single man, to one third i Com'rs ni Sf Augustine. night of the 15th nut', mad his escape from aid A.MADDEN, U a'senre of the ubciiher at St. Joseph for a
; of which lands arc known here I July IOth. 1638 OI-tf jail by burning through the floor of the apulmentn The busine-s will I.ereafCer be conducted under few weeks past. that he wn improperly difCMin'
.born found. a league, IIceh.r's Notice. which he w< coi.fineil. And that ALLK. .> the style and name of P II.SWALM&CO. I of the prop-iityin his poxserion, with An inteniipn I

This is the result of ron-iileriiig the as of the "'ccO d class, and subject to T HE SU been appointed Rareierot >egro man Have, the propersy nl William Bur- St Marks, July 2, IS38 483m of going to Fiance, cnuwl tin- ALt1 bC1erlt ta be -

well ended, and of withholding location after August next. It will be : \ the Court Phaneery of the Jfdille. hey, confined in said jail in the county af-resAjd, surd out against him and the Slur i and effects of
war as pretty Dlltncl In !tile case of D. G Raner.fr wife ft oZ. \s cjmmiitr-d on a charge of burning and ro''bing tiecwelling Notice. tie! late Isidore Gcrard'n deceaierf, of whom he i..
families
for those of have \
from ttstfleriiigbl1alitauts, that subsistence necessary to I M. A. ..frnrstead, hmby gives no'ic" tl all personsindib'cd house ot John Slaughter fIn the frontier in THE subscriber! will continue legalarly ta run adm o'i tra.or to be levied i.ponvndctosed by legal :

which would have enable them to some portion; of their respective families loihe I te nfL & M .1. .'rmis'r.ul, Jcffeson: C un'y aforesaid, made his sc.ir-e at the \ horse Stage fro-nttuiney to Chattahoochee authority. On bring informid! of tli" occurrence,
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their If had here before the 14th December next-and i and L $' M A .frinistrad &Co, on no'e, .,ofd. i-ure I lime.NOW.TIir.REFORE.ii. which will! always leave immj.IiaUly after h< fcrtiwithreiurncUii: >TdlIlnha. ee, satisfied the
live otT from planttions. they or i of.k.arcrunl, or for rent or nttirwise-th.u, pursuance of law, I the arrival of III. lJi1 fiom Tallahassee. lie inals rl.iirrt l1"''d procured a di.'ni'I.1 r.f the pr:ces".
mustered into service their families those ol who have not families and j! ; to the ,. do rtTer: tI c.f Twollinulred Dol'ars to four hor-eCsjch, wherever
been you -edICIle expiry <] ,- v of< the Court. hereby a r." 11' prepared run a Th i would 'have been provided: for homes would are ambitious of owning 4005 acres of;till 'cbis uni-aitl wi be furthw'tli' put in suit atthis' 1 I 1 for tIe ''ippiehet'si antI dr'.ivery tlf ,nrh of said the ni mbTof pa'fcn:ers jre much ns ihe two horse .nd the UTlC.aZflc.l will be gratttalfor :
land would do j lie.n, term of pr"rr r court. He wil pn.I' oTi-n'lTs IP die M iishal of the M'idul* Di-tnr|, ofj I i atige cannot conveniently carry le111 als> con- a reneu at ot the favors of his cmtt-uier. '
have been protected.A \(1 to provide yourselveswith 'j a list nf d I-[his duo in G Udcn Bounty !!few rVi-1.1,01 i.: any pil in the M.ddle I 1"strict afore .i"i.e t(, run a four hor'o co"'.h from Quincy to 1". GEl-A nDIi,

report is in circulation that two other families. (!'ays t ) I
families: had been murdered in the same I hope you will take some meal of letting ''tayincnt 1 IT'ay I jft ,; all .-i'h) >r' mis'a1 upon tr.i'fs arid pcacofficer- to rfigiltiu in the appro- Sti;e-s fr..rn Mbir! to A IIZuSI3.. Pa S'n-ers taking June 21, I8ic-t :.l -1C ...
the suLs nLI r at I.is oti. e in Tnll h'-i sion <-f the sanl u i ii nd rs. their 'eats it Ta'lnh.issce will have the pref rene \. B.-.All persons hav.n: ? claims npiir.st tlioejt.itrar
neighborhood miking the number ffrtntccn our old comrades know this. They DiiiiC.in is jhout five t\- lOinrhcs hie on in the .
; J.7.MF.S: nJRTlELOT. Re.'r.I Hush <-t I.igh, 1\' rail o h-r- except : coming rp'ii5'ed to f resint the lame (or Kult'j
but WT nr happy to learn by n deserve every thing of Texas. ::I JnyS6.ia! .8 : 51-tf d.uk f kin, bla.:-k hair nni': cy. s, thin sissagr, ai.dtil m-\illiin" from M- luTe to .-',\ 13. ii.ent.a-id .ils those having c'nims against *ut['-
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I was will
-- > UL thirty safe lallahacseeevery siribcr : and nil
iudivid'-.tly, interested in
ffentletvnn: from Xewmn villc that this is8ii X per
ff/3 The is copied from the otll< : lower part cfN-Tih Carol na. And saul Nero Jt three i.'clo-k A. M. and arrive at BainHri.Ire 'aitlcst.ute ndifi.d that
Su'wrih-rcivc'rol rp 'to hc rri >n''snnd to are at the Spring Term.
whose fn1I'ing 11 IJ tlavc i i. anoul five feet or lime in lies an'elo1'. \. n'nr wi.! leave Bain-
: exaggeration, two person m.ln two ; And it-tin I859rf :
Baltimore the 7th inst. We' 11,1! rnMir in En'-rl. iha' he l I' < "'poppft an Leonunty Court the Administrator
: h'gh, thick "et, quite black, '-( aforbidritn ronnler.iinc' bride the next morninr \t 4. o'clock.!
names we did not learn, were murdered ENGRAVING S- \or ill tile hu fin 11 acoun:* nlhl l make settlement! ,
think there be mistake the; CCWPEnPLATf PRINTINC nddiC'istd seldom J. VARNAen'.
must a as to ', a do\\n look, and nhen JOHNM.Notice. ,
the massacre of the Gwinn family OfFc- in the Town of Q.uin'-y. O-d'"'pn ('n' ty.vhen ;lllll'rllf.t di.dur.e as administrator accordirp io ,
nee !10 ---- --
s date when the piece of wreck was fallen in i all r>rdor w'll he e'rened wi'h fh. rea.'I -i-sup. bW. F. G. '
informant that : Given under hnnJ mill seal th a 19th day of
Our states
a large my
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gang with it is rnprobable that individual C' f anrl Hrsiatrh.ro \nrici' E Hank ot"p''M's.Ip-' DAVID C. WILSON are -
a my
very IttW. 1 K. CALL JF.MAYSt Notice.
the Prairie" and its an. voire.nil'dnf ; July, _
about Mercntile
,MapcCbtc and
are Big could have survived \ t\'rrn'f'lf Florida.A rio my absence fr--m he Territory JOSEPH I'OWLLNG isth- auth-riiJ I
\ Vi-jtin Cards, fic.f. ". ---- --- -- and will inncact busine' mmhtcJ: to MR.
l be the Micastikies ,
any
neighborhood, supposed to of the subscriber!
nt
his
without food or water, which i is the time I .Also' Copper Pla"1 Prio.i"g f'IrltN1 l "il|'.. npnt- Steam Engine. thcX J. B. BULL.Ta'lnaqep. g during b ence.
and Tallahassee a body estimated F'nnt l n't. (ell nt EXGINK iuffi-ieiit ) e l-i' R. H. BERRY- !
; '1' d'-sprt'ch- : of rve1 de criotionneat'vonjrrnyed | :
destruction blr y 48ifDR.
that had elapsed between the July! 5. I83.J J
three or four hundred, supposed to be In') r""r d. .Inv t no rllr'fII! !! Stats, and fVr or five lineIi._ .
at of the Pulaski and that Capt. RooKs states; : 'THO' M. PTRATTON. .sa\\'S. is t>tf-red for Ul.ipI ",,u renvonahln teimb'louM <- F. S. BEATTIE Notice. j

fugitive Creeks, are in the Oke-fe-noke. to have passed the fragment of wreck. r Q'ilIY. J"I\2! 'F"S_ S1-'f it not b" t.oin: \ tw.. weck., any p<:r>oi OFFERS hi* Profi-mional services to the citi- J. DIRGE Ins placed hh accounts in

, J !swamp St \'cral companies have been the incidents con Tax CoIIerlor's \oficc. wis'_.ing 'o put up a MM: of anv description, in imyfe'tion '.-'III h'lS'I'f'.r.d thc lid} inin country. JAMES for colKciinn. with pereniptciy or-
affecting
Among) i ; rf to'intry' can hive a first ra'r oTr.. For liii office i i'1.nla'YI" Street corner of Clinton, op- d'rs forthwith
raised on tJair oicn hooks'1 amounting to !/ | prynnn ar- nrv for City Tax pre- to proceed ii> seife ihrin. PerlOJSs_
loss of the Pulaski, we find j JIIIocc i to IP. wi'l t.'Cl rotire- fVat unles; <; par'i'-ulars nfjuire of \V. It JONEColtimbi. ? p.sil, relirltnf'c..r J. Wcstcotf: Jr. Er.Ta'iauascce inlet ed 1:1:! pla e c.i.l ami nuke immediate -

about 200 men. A portion marched to i stated by Capt.} Rook, of the schir.PIoughIIov they, rome forward fnrt'-v ilh ant l c tf'e, tl ,5r !-- --. -. (;Ja. J-ne 14'', l-ij.: _-->(:-w Jii'yBth' 1829. 48-tf: :__ tent tither tu Chir.cr S. sib ry.INj: .or
the Prairie and the remained to the will I he The1lu'if'ulllofrOr.EIGX wI1.R'iNDOLPET
tnrnp-1 Ihe
Big of Boston, that having been r'lnl" ti Intmditit fnr 11"} Twenty Dollars Reward. ;
Oke-fe-noke $\'alp.-/. JgHStinc Herald rurpo-e ofhins) exfnron: i i-n-e-1. Tlifr" "-il) I.rL':1tvI': c RE.; S r.!ILIXCE: & AR '', TllAYED OR n I Ol.EN fmn the Plantation '1llIal.\cl',Juoe O:h.t t Id t. 4-2m !

*/ driven to the South during a gale, on the'2G :Lc rn I'iscrimhiation.' : S. H COURTEXEY.Marshal Is publish.-, : c\ery nvnth h-v* -:. Lite 11 x Co. iTJ t tCht 5 .f ihe nub cniwr. i.J:, k.on ('f,uisty, on the Nciice. I ,
71/i iii of he fell in with the wreck and ,'fTal'ah'< ?"- "irce1. r-'n a x did'ars a ir, .
-- June !,, ladelphii. x ye 29t'! ', .ipri'a! BAY IIOR E.b'aze' fa''. one white
-- :- W. CAl.lAXVMY i i.i
INDIANS THE OKEFIXOKE.We saw a lady in the storm, but was ) .July !th ia.>S. 5 ..j{ "I i i>ava"o! in lvai'cc.; Dis'.nnt 'I'.KrILers are rt- lii.d f*-t. and h.n: tot Irs left eye. H- p"r"s"n Inn J.-\\U at ill my bu->ir.c-s M-dtlle, my Flirdn.agent! tJ .
foating N- J 'yrfce! i i,' ili'buIdinr: ( quested t(> remit! a $.i lilt, on accnmt. t- well is about 8 (.rl yc"rs i 1.1, and ma k'd .
Jar before the public the following tillable to owing to the violence : nedhy I : '-r 9ienV & UIn" o.n'Iy O-rn-Mr..J. Wi.li i the )ea- I I83b'gns:; ; the Fourth Vo'u tue U. S. nn the risl.t .hfuMT. Th above reward will A. JIc.: EILL.

letter from St. Marys, which, we regrt to of the wind; and the roughness of thc so C. Wilnn-Percnn] "win- ':'X"S r.rllpir'ir 1Q1f hf, nndSTfirs of ft new s"iie<, eonpl-ie; s.tj of wlrch can b. fur- b i p\'tI'or, thc d-)livery of snid h":e at rnypanta-! June- 7th. 1835. -tr.tr
wi ill 1 I n'sheJ: r-t 1'rar? a 'ol.une in rummer!, or lion :20 miles below Marani. o'i the fhpnl; l river 'it'\\ Hoods.jCJ"'TIIE .
What have ,
late for our last. While we mnst bren the-; of sivc ro'jt y calling nnd settlh immc.
say, came too feelings c\e-j diately. S.'TI.O. Two Dullais! nnd ft H:'lf bound. The new Sen"- STEPHEN UICH AH DS.BoardiKt Sub..riber Cla. .jut received! per Seh- on-

grieve to learn, that our worst apprehension ry humane heart thus to behol a helpless I IVolior.rWHEtvVh"lHi.r :--- ---- -- H 1ez'u'i ue'-ause we are no U ns-r, alie! to supplyoid _uly7.I8t8.__ 48-:1'11 jer l'U,c3wII.a. tlneci irom'cw i orK an assort-

I in regard to the insecurity of the lamilies female tossed on the the deep, I ,. of ih? Tallnhioi.) R.4 ILj : CONTENTS*- s for con (1)1'11'OF sets THE of the Jl'LY.1.1. NL'V.DEll.L : '; House at St. Andrew [ inentc.fSprirtg.nuSutn-' erGOOD .I1'so a fair

near the Swamp, are realised, it is a and hurried to certain death, without the \;j JL RO.JD COMPANY ar" l-er.by nmiPed that of U ilhaui '\Yilberiorr, by l hi" snn, ( It LS -r. PORTER, would f'pp.rlfullyJ rh..ic': GtOCLIIE.tr.ccctJ Sch' Bunderhill. d".Jy, a furthersupp'y
i I in i'lsialmrnt f>f fiv<' ," flit, on 1'ie' npi'.il ,',"kj Rcvjjw.GvoTyr inform( the PnMirlhat he has ,taken the Hou.enn ( pr > ner ; Puichnurs au
, relief to be informed of the exertions of possibility of affording aid. iCllEKOKEC Edingburgh requested to call and exuir.if.r; emr.erve.1--!
i i nd: i is Wm. M.L .
j compiny" reiirred tn he rni.l a' the ofli IV *nd d-iee'i C-lr.linp, do St An're-s 13'!, loft.r occupied by '. .
Gen. Taylor of which we cannot doubtthe -- --- !: fihf. company on or hI fore the 15th day of Au- 'JIlI'iewi and Tours n'norjj th Himalaya .!tt'n.d'ro; !
success. Meantime we :aniouslvawa.t *.-A-letter from Gen. Scot "is, next. 'L'ait''da.tzune, 'irular an.J iran"ifii Board'rs. The ferry will beall"n'I,1 ALEXFOU.UY DUV.2L.
T..Uaha..s..Jllne! 15'h. JCommenial -:j
for which to Gov Cannon dated 22nd ult. tatcs that By Older of t'.ic Pr.'M;r.rtori. Lane'* fr:1ns1.ti-n of the : ribatiizluts, 'I'' as UbU'l. -
further I intelligence, we ': T. R. BETTO.V, Scc'v. Spectator. July) 7,18 }8_ 3a..,. Bunk of Florida
three fourths
of the
hope to be indebted to the same authentic Cherokees have been TII'lahll" ep R:_R: Ofiko. July 95 tft- -si.tf Itondeu'i.' TransliU d rrom the French, Notice. PUBLIC OT1CL' islurtby giv n Into ,

source, to which we acknowledge our obligations collected], and the remainder would be in Bronglit to JtTil Examiner.; HE subscriber? hive just received; I by Schooner to the Commercnt l':".rk Florida ;

for this. in 8 or 10 days. 3000 were sent 0111Vest ON ihe to h inM. the following Nrroe"JIBLO.R M t r. Carlye's L. IIIKS. do T lo?nn'l"ooklroon Ba" o", Ma'n-, not fo make any \\1.ellllhelenr. unles-ttonn! au- .
Mr. L.ntcr's Life Clarendon Spectator.Homeward thoris _d agent, or i'ustee(.f s iil. BIT: k, hereinafter !
% previous to the 17th inst. He had i ho b"ut 21 Y"lU ofage liht 30 Ih"l11111nlllt best cie-ar Boirds, II j 4" 2 inch. .
ST. MARYS JULY 7th 1838. do app 'iit-0: by son.e ci-mpeiem tr.bi.in). -
| complexion, 5 f--rt C inches hi"h.-BOB, Bound. 40000 \.. Pinesawe.l Shing'eg.5OO : .
already commenced discharging the Ten Jonathauna, Monthly Chionicle The undersigned, lap I'rt t ldcut of saiJ Bank
The steamboats Charleston and Santee a boy aLnui, 27 yeir! />( npe, I 1tlit! complexion BhUhoice Limp. .
Bl ick wood's s'imes th; r s;onsil !ili'y *>f it:s tolice horn
:! To Child; Magazine.I a
nessee volunteers. 5 red 5 inr-hes hiRnlh a All of which they offer up"n ro'sonablo termslu\c,
arrived here this from Black ay belief th.t the ctfe- said
?
morning ------- 'they belorg to Thomas Fri,'- lI. near I Somnambulist T-u: .' Maaz! ne for cash. TAFT, HOLT $. CO. lankan-tun.ed o\er
Creek board 20,000 rations 1 t I .\ T.'le o'"Grainmnrye Benlloy's Miscellany St Mirk. I8" 48-t to re-sons not entll.tJ tu themand, withoiUconsi-
having on Influence oj Moon on 'J'imber.-A I I China Grove, a'-ann.. The owner i is her. by Julv6. deati-n.
tie |I Oiver: TWIM. (Wilh an rnrrav ng) do _
for General Taylor's detachment now moving ';, j'ifst'-d to COIPC fo vord.: j'roc prorerty, pay Notice.
do JOhN MACLAY Y
named Edmon-
very intelligent gentleman, and take llie.u Jark amonz the MJIIIIHKK, (< o) ,
towards the Okefinoke, beaded by the who '!I charges awiv.ROBEItT The Compact New Monthly J lug3zine TIIlr..TY dnys after dare ap lic'Uion willbenaie Late r.es't.of the C'o-nn.ercial Bank Florida- :
stone, was nearly 30 years engaged I LLOYD. I to the lion. Jnde .f J:1ck'on CODnlYCourt June 21 I

, General. These steamers will leave here in cutting timber in Demarara, and ,Hio'I St.:Maik_", Julv JOih, ,_ 183-_". ;,t.lr To A I Una oi'S' While wi.h a .Ijo Shell, DuMin Uuiiver'tylag.do for I.tv0 sell! !an"ls-belonging! la tie estate '

f6r Camp Pickney on the St.Man's made :otit"t'. lelroi.lit"'l1 of Lt vi SmiTh: de-- lit- of,m Cooctr Notice.
tomorrow a number observations trees The Pauil.ter'" Req"csl ;
of on : IX month' Ifer: ,Ia'cv; ( will present our a"- Ta'l'staazille'J ELIZA IlTJI. A.lm'rx.! B URING my absence fr-.m the Territory.
river. Capt Hebbard, the during that period, says that the moon's ; counts atid vourhcr ti ihe lion. the Judge of Tnc he riacksm.lh's 1'or.unes ofSir Hame Robert Ardagh J \:IIS)11 rfl. )# A John F. Kuc.kler i> my authorized .T enu

Charleston, states, that reports reached influence on trees is very great. So oh- I jth" County Court 'f G/lvlld. n Touniy, and apply\ Dublin U.1.\.ir. Magazine JORDAN S.VITH S umtS. EDWIN W. DOR3EY. ,
I Black Creek before he left of the to bo dincliArvcd from the Jrnl i'llaiion on the e-- Friend of In.!ia June 30th. 182S 475wp'd St. Marks, June I7h 18:8.: -(
just is this, that if the tree be cut down I Dr. M irhin. .
tate of 5amut 1 Ed wad*. dec nsi d. -
serving -azil"e -
Tait's .V.
Notice.
murder of white families the In- Irish Rernwrs
two by it will immediately split as if! RACHEL I'.nw: n ns.dmr'j.. Hymn to Spring d" : -I IJE Biokof Account 'f the SnhscriHer, area NOTICE. !

dians in the neighborhood of Newnans- torn asunder by the influence of great external -!j IfM.. H.IIUBBJKD.7dm'r., Tna Idiot do left in the hinds of 1. W. Chi'ds at thv S IX Months after the ditc hereof, wewj'l aprlv i

ville. One of these families from the windows force. likewise attacked I -July-- ISth. '. 51-Cm Zit'J.i t.lo Pantrs: Hotel. Ail persons indebted thnton, lire t'. the Honor.ible Judge. of the **oo>iy Couitof

of their killed Indians They are A CARD. Nichol ,s Nick'eby Nick'eby P. dwe1lg two much earlier l by the rot than if allowed to i TT Have the hon >r .In" atis'"irtion of announcing Fifjht! wilh a LionVaterlon'lI Nat. HiM-- iy or their aecouits will be l.-fi with a Juice: of the tate "fth. late ChanJler. Perrtcon"!

before they remain to another period of the moon's M. to the fri ndsofthe Dile In'.tilut' of Flord-i: Subs-rptionii regcivcd S S SIBLEY. Peace for co'.lecion.: GEORGE FI3//ER. I*. KEIR.R ,

A reached here this that tie "-o k is p'o?r.'ssinp with every hope of suc Notice. June 23. 1838. Y. WLLLFORD,
report morning age. Trees therefore, which a re intended cess. The cin'inuirce; of our Indian difficult-, ha ublnaicd June 1C, 18;8.-45-6iv. 'Umil.i frlltou.
from Ware County which is no doubt cor- to be applied to are cut only i is th>- primary rean hv it lano' 1,,-n hr-nzl i t Till subscriber. i..g lot ers of Ad-. For Sale. '
purposes the of
r\tOf\: eM te Henry H w- TO PL.ANTJEKS.rHlHR .
upon two horse Jer eVIn" >
i on springs
rect. It says that Captain Knight's!company during the first and last quarters of the V> the nsidTat"and enlifh'cnid orCr.Hsrr--,. will tio-b'Ie-e m 'II." T i itpitrui'ic I I IlIr.I.! du-t asod, a'l I (persons inde'-ed' t<) said state, ONE I o,Two one horse Jer.ey W.'jfons.June unj; FEErs tins Cur Iron >i> mtn:s suitable:

militia, whilst marching vievrt .i.:i-e mae e immediate payment, and (ihoebavin" 9.1-1 1_ fur gin ear..nrrivcil horn the Bal'.iinor ft
| WM. FRANCIS. nn-
the _
rises the of
the ',
through sap to top I it i'i the hg's in which it 'tas, hecM vi'-weJ by t'',c'efletinir '
t! I claims wil; pieicut ti.em w thin the lime tI:/ ,1Itlllr sa e by BUTTON & Fl IlER.
defile fired I .
I was upon by tree at full moon, and falls in proportion to nnd fe"Iin f t'-.e' naii-n, II" a work ni p.es-r.l.ed by law. A. Iff .1LCXANDER. AGENCY AT WASHINGTON CITY June 44In
Mr. Knight (brother of Captain K.) was iinniensi1 IIsefiliie.tctaiiiy.( and beauty, and altogether .r's' A. DICKENS of the of Wash .5
to the moon's decrease.SHIP I St M( July 6. lg.8 -4. -lf IJ1RANC13 City --- -- ---
wor hy the patroiH "fi "rent and mag- --- ,' heR Leon Supt'rior-'ollJ't, May Term
the
killed on the nnd five men were rehne'l i II po niment
spot, I nnton.Vlnte: be inI" OTICE.t .
its
---- nanini-us pr : 13.
-- --- imy him War
lor eral in the
by st-s Treasury an
wounded. I It that the Indians f'llo-v LT ;p'rn.< indr-titrd to (he estate of Dr. J. years
I hoe
seems received NEWS. ; my c ti/.ens will tt h.ve me wh-nI Department, has unjert.>ken the Agincy ofCl.tims Richard Dawson Plau.tiir: )
Edwin Sew: \rtlle'-.on 1J vk.'cc<>iini or otherwise .
I thut it j ill the hion..r nr.fl sif t'el- ,
'. Hrunsirick -- say happim my hc' C ttn.I.loer br. 'fthe vs. >Replevin.:
no injur:} Adt' I or( "ntre>s, mcli! < :> :overn-
I'oil of St. Marks, low er'a'urcI I atu M ekinj. ali-1 the aJianre.iienti'f r requesicd local! anti discharge the same; William D.w snn, dcfi-n't[ lilt.
------ -- m nt, iiHudinircunmi-'sioners undT tieuies,and )
_
ACQUITTAL OF Mr. R.vrIinuN.-Thie ---.- --Arrived.- ------ the best intuxvs: .f my rouniry.Your ind all. ihn-e having demands' will. present them the various 'pubLc rtices.. He will attend to) ON mo'ion of t'.is: defendant, by Ids: :attorney. .
J frr "' s'.ltlcmcnt the su'itcnher.JOSEPH I
P How Ci i-iz II. It is ord.-red. that a tu'e! be laid Thomas
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser, of Friday Ju'y 1'J.h. .ia''D3w oD, Exectuora upon and It'j11 -
afternoon contains the fro m N. Y. \ Key West :IdI..'unities16th !\- 9th. tew.;: r i-if July Ilh, 1838. -I3-tf the PLuutlff
following postscript .0 I _____ -- I the service ( fiLe Uni'ed Sta.es-property destroyed repres-cntativesrf Rir.hard Daxr-
Sclir.! lidmnd from
:- Jo-ej.h Haiikey, Notice. NOTICE. invalid, revolutionary and navy peusiuncIa'ms ,- sc'n.toapp'-arhcre at the next term of ibis Court,
.
B :lt nir-, md17ih /. I w-reks aftrr dal" Ishil! apply to the lion 'BlTE Co-pjrtnrr heietofori'cxist'ngm ihe I fur revo'utior.aryservicca, whitlur for co II. and sheiv ause why this suit should net be revived --
tn .5 P. M. chr. Jti'\. KJrby, tiun N. O.n.dz to sunii'i SIX .JL of BA1tN.4EU'bci..r
Quarter STEWART id in
name 4- a san.l their r.am'snd it
Jnr'pe of th! County Court of J, fI-rsrn. fur t mulJtion Inlf pay, or bounty land, as well those apptann
Thejury in the case of B. Rathbun, Cleared. letters of administration: 1'1'1 i the cta'e of Farquhar dissolved hy the ileath! of the senior partner, all against the state Virginia ns the United States; by sa' faet'Jry evidence,that tie aid Ex cutors.srenot

whose trial has been for several Ju'y JUth, Brig .6'jmen t'I. Lo"i"i fur St. Macrae, late of aid county, decease'' persons indebted to ihe firm are rrqueited to make all c'aiiiii: gr.Vin? out t-f contracts with the gov- iiihvbitauts cf thii Territory but live in the
going
on Jos 'ph, immediate settlement and all claims will State of Sutb Carolina:
having it
ED. PD B. VASS. ..or d sustained in of u ordond tuat pn4 lic
images -ir.cquence
days have just brought in a verdict of Schr. Sultan, P. B. Lewis, for Velaso. \. Texas, Jul 28h.: t838. 51-6w please present the name. the t' tion conduct of the government. And indeed ation of ths rul he made for four months ia a put>-.
I NOT I' with -v<\\7. &. Ilmher,'fld flhtJlt $0pasenrs.. E.R'tARDJr Surviving Partner. lie new r published! ia this
GUI. TY'Vhen the verdict was aiy Lluilleu before Cencresa or the ru'ulic papi Districta.cozingto "
I Ith, U- S'eamer Izard, Jenkins for Pcnsacola con Tallahassee July 11th, 1J533. 4-Mf offices M hich in_ly require the aid of an agent or at- law. -
announced, the court room rang with ap ; and New Oi'e.ins.' Al-irgc qiiiiniity of very exreHmt CORN is Notice, torn,). A true c"py from the minute?.

J plause. I Ith.Srhr.Afegui' >oV.CI-.rkf..rrvewYo.kl26, : for sile: in hits to suit purrhn".er-, at URING the absence ot'the subscriber It portion Hi. ch.nges wi!!| be moderate, depending upon Ti-stc TIIOS. U. DUVAL,Clerk.
-_ I j I bales of culton, and 2:biesFasseners Cia*. an. extremely !low price, by /jent'emai/ who is dsirous *- ; B of the noses anti accounts of the late firm theainounlofthc dain, and the extent of thc scr- Dated June 7ih Id '8. 44m4

i ALBA I BANKS.-We lear from the I leaving the city, as his cng-xofmnts ':'1 fKEER: &STURGES, are Icltin the hands of vices.

Tuskaloosa Intelligence, of the 25th June, PerBiijrSiifnerj-e',i A.Crane, Es' ., Judge TI'omp him ewhcre. Mr-JAMES KIRKSEY. All persons indebted MR DicKifis known tomosi of ihoie who Lave JOHN C. JACOBI,
I Lty! ard cln'dren' P. S.-//e aUo wishes lo s* ll iw' Ncero Men, make FIRsT TREMIOt
will! him. who
that 10' : please payment in heea in Congress \\lh.n the lUL few years, or
at Bank Convention held there
a a PerSchr..Meiintc-okS.S_ Taft, Esquire. I of good char'1cter-thp one a BRICK LAYER PATRICK KF.RR. have ocrupied .''n}' public station at Washington. Cabinet Cha'.r & Sofa Maker,

; few days before, a resolution wafe adopted j Notice to Mariners.CUSTOM ,. he other a PAINTER GLAZIER, who is nIsI _Tarah' see July 14th l9-3w All! letters must be: post paid. Of New Y jrk.-a! >e from Columbus Georgia.RESPECTFULLY .
hence
i recommending a general resumption of) HOUSE, KEY; WEST.GMI.EC101'S 1 a cood Enn-iirc servant at the Bar and ofihc coichman.Di Planter. Hot'I.Tallaha Brought to jail, lteferetics-Gy.' R. JLGal, G"., Wm. P.Du- -r.... informs
I On the 3''ih Junf l.Irkfulalloe val, (;;i. JO fl) P. Duval, Maj. Jessie H. Willis. the -
> a .; "J'It., CIlzen of Tallalutsnec
J specie OFFICE June 30th. 182S. ,
by't11 Banks of Alabama *rr, July 2J. 1638. f.O'fCommitted
,
payments __ Ap il2 l3s.: 8-I'r. ?
BOY aboui; who ; and of il
I ----- -- l5orICyartsefngs, ;:s----T7i. e Territory of Florid.i :
on the 4th July 1839. I Ij' The L' ht Ves.el (or the: Noilh UVst Bar or I this j to Jail At St. :lark-<, says his name is William ant tint hebell1g ; gt'rer.liy, that -e Las
Hvbcr Ins Lern -fd \li.-r moo-ings.: hl li s.lUII JEj tray. '-
pa
It : : HS a RUNAWAY, 'I Neg-o M.m, whosays I to Ja nes Lewi ne..r Tnllahass t5- 'tly tocut d h-n.self
fltmut'
4 N.ts'.tL.TjIC: of War i 1 iv ctgl.t miles fr-ll K y Wrr, a1 the jun-tmn? ofj i his name MILLS', and. tliat he be- I))The owner of paid boy is requested t.) S TRAYPD from the subscriber, some time since, u ill: + ntiJ.iR'. in the City of Tallahassee* : ,
j' r 5.--lop the Noith and North Went Channel:, as to &ere l trns James McNeil Black Marc Mule, thrc year ol.J. One of its
-
andalia Monlom..ry forward and take for the
arrival here last. i rom prove property, ;mrpt-l>; of manufac.uri -
J !|! as f mude' I vessels entci.Z tillier. I County, Alabami. S.tjd' n'sro is ohouti him fore Its has a tare wclin! 'at the knee joint, perhaps CABINET WARE
': from a cruize of : Vssl the westard h the away. the right knee. A uit >ble reward will be ,
74 days in the Gulf ofj fr.,11 er.nvn by 5 feet 9 inches hieh, nd al'ou' 24 years J A M ES A. rEV3IAN.Jil..r.Thomu'lll'.1. paid :: ,Jina1 its and
I I North Ch nnel will the V ssd to l Uar for her delivery to me,7 miles N E.Tallahassee breaches .assures
Mexico and j bring Light ,
of id lae
on the coast Texas having > j _old; The owner s" > is req-ies- m85 Co. G,. July 4, 1838. 49
rrach- information let: with Mr. the ,tsblicthatjt will be M thoir
clue south and run dircc ly for her ; and on .' or any Berry of the latter advantage
ted
visited Vera Cruz, Tampico, Matamoras [ ing her ftation, will then run f.,r the Light House :: an 1 lake to come him forwird j-iove ROBERT property LLOYD, la charge, Jail"r. IA STOFETTFRSnmaining in the, Post place! will be thankfully received. by giving orders here Instead cf importing wuk

-nr Galveston.The I on Ky Wefct unle s the tide should be extraordinarily July I9ih. 183P.nway. 50-If O:ce nt Thomasville! Georgia, on tha first I JOHN S. TAYLOR. from the nor''j, as the sIde workmanship will

Ports low there is ten (,c t in thi! channel at low ._ day of July, instan-, which, if not laken out within June 14th. 1838_4S--2w not be. cxceJ\ed\ by ani i in lh* United StAtes. j
of Mexico are very closely water, nnd twelve feet hih: waler. Detect the Thlef.- OO Reward. three months, will I.e sent to the General Post Office I LOOK AT THIS Th'sc'vLoare in want of furniture; will do well

watched by the French cruiicrs. The,j Vessel coming in hy a the North west Chtnnel, STOLKN tr.-m thensciihei's ta.leon! Sun !' tlcad ktieis. on the rmul leading from Pleasant Grove not order (rem the north, as the subariber will :.

Contemplated attack on the Castle of San 'I, "'iIIJrn? the light vessel t> bear iuth east, half" the 12th .May lasr, a Iare likely Persons callin! for any of the annexed letters \ill LOST A Plain Note of Hand, be able supply] all demands. upon tho shortest, no-

i eat.run (or her, and then steer for the Light Bouiea bay Horse, at the time very fat. three shoes on. please say advertised. eivenbyJimcy C. KirkLcd to Subscriber tire. ;
Juan de Ulloa, has, for the pressr nt beenabandoed bcfr This channel is considered the be'.t1.,I his right f re foot bare, lon lwildl tail, and blacklegs AUermm David Morris James bearer f.r fifty-dollars, dated about the 29th or o" RJr..rn'eGov Call, R J-.hIackIeyELoek. I' -

f and the Barron Dffandies, 1 having from one to two feet more wuler than the (escept some \Vhn_* about his hir.d feet) mane A t"ell Lewis 2 M'Murrmn MrsEIizabelhAnde M.IY, lB38and, ma.le payable the f-rsi of en flan, R. Hayward, W. H. Bra liie-, Capl. Browi, 1.1
the i other. and tail, sore small wlii'e. tpecks nccaaioned by >son Thomas J. McNeill! James' January .A.. AUtou, Col. H. \V. Braden, \\'m. Lester,Capt ..1'1
French I Allpc-rs'iiisarc d from
Minister next. hereby
has sailed for France. w anti trading I I .
th *. collar and tmal! white saddle left John Me.Math Andrew 3
j MA'tCr VesfceU ;<.ji>g out fiom Key West. < a spot on lM Averett t .avmus. _
f said: NJte and J. C. Kirkland from it. I
r paying ;
r Vessels from the U. States and Cuba, I will meialy r svr rse the abuve direct ions. sid of the blrk bone. A c'ose o ls..n'erViII notice Alderman Will Mardrie! Rnb.rtAdklnson P. H. MUUPHhY.June NEW F1U.11.

t *>ll not be warned off, before being subject I The Light Vessel shows onc light at *n elevation ; a small nick in the lower lid of his right eye Miss Martha McLeod Caiharine IS, 1833. 45 subscribers _have this day associated i
j of jtboui 50 feet, which may be seen in clear Ho is seven yea' old. ir.t8 and paces well, and Brickell Thr.mH M'.Leod & ;Ibl ton _. THE .- tt e:her und' r the firm of I ;
: to capture, a sufficient time having I weaihcr: nine or leu mile*. works well in harness. Was taken with the horsea Bryan JR'T-es Martin D intel Notice. Gamble & Reid'i

; lapsed for the blockade to be known. I W. A. WHITE'/F.m remsrkul! bridle, constructed for a halter to Hrtsswell Simeon: 4.Merrill. Jonathan IT being generally Lelieved and expected hal for Ihe purpose ot traisarnu;business: in tht eity i '
Com. Baiodhe inl'Herminie" Col. &Sup'l Light; be at:ached to a large brass rin; under the throat, Braswrlj Simeon jr. Neely Mrs Elizob th Wright T.'QIisson, late of the County Lc-n. of 'ra'l.1ha"ee. ,

t. Frigate, _--- and one of the same sort on ach cheek, though by lemons Wm. Panamo Mrs Nancy in this Territory, died without haying any lawful! They will have oa .hand at all times general ;
at anchor under the Island of Sacri- Candidates for the Convention. this time the shoring and bridle may >le changed. Clerrj John Rnines L II heirs, NOTICE in hereby civen, according io the asortmeutnfgoods and will be disposeiKo serve ; /

fcious, and one brig and two schooners are aulhorued to announce the following, About five milu t.f!',the thief stole a c"rom notth- Cnwford William B. 2 Rawls Miss Martha s'at'Jt in suah case mac and provided, tjiat; said the r frunds; and the j.atHi' upon the most fnrortlleteims. -
l and WE pen.lemen Candidates fur the SutConveiitiun ern mtde taddlo. Was missing from the ncish- Everett Aaron Sellars Wright Wrt.h: T. Glissoa di'datPbdl Point ;.n the Co., J MdS B. GAMBLE. r
the Friratcs Launches are Bruizing from their as counties. Ivxhood at the same time: a vagabond, tmed Jor- E.non John Sellers Jolin sen.: 2 of Leon, on the 2-id July, IP37, leayin- personal SA t. r.EID. -

dose in dJp shoals, and frequently: resitectfe Ian Godwin, low, chunky m'.!e.somewhat ..loope.1lr Edwards or Edards T. F.S:cklOger Simeon T. 2Fvni'ell estate, appraised ai about $;. Said ulisson was June 7. 1838- 41._ ..
within Leon County.Col. humped shonldered., dark complected, can't looka Pempsy Sullivan J"hn 0 about 5 feet 8 incite hih,of light complexion and -- -: -a 1
musket shot of the Castle. One 1 H. Washington Jas. D. Wostcott, Jr. person in the face steadily has a peculiar ;rn or Getldini Jessee Thomns Miss Martha hair, and supposed to be about :5 year of age.- LO$' I i

trig is off Alvarado, which port was open. M j. John Taylor Maj. George Ward lauh, and moton with his hands and shoulders, Gibson Doct. D C Tucker C'eptenry C. His relations; if( any, are supposed to reside in the ON Thurs.1ay 10th ins:.. I etween T.llthas- r

on the 18 May by the Mexican Gov- Ger,. Leigh Read Gen. Samuel and a snail scar on his upper lip; be i is fond of Gains M G Thompson Mrs Nancy State of North Carotin. and' Lake Jackson, tn' the raid Ind'. I
Patkhll drink and petty gambling ; though he cannot he Hadiey Simo D Thom: W Thomas HENRY H. WALKER Administrator.July Btewaj-L'! F.rry, a taJf kin rocket look, conlainm -
\ ernment. The cruizers off Tampico and Thomas Reynolds L. A Thompson. Esq. called n very intemperate man. He frequently uses Horn Jomes M Thoma Mr or W Young 7, 18-:8. % 4-6w $ several notes: one note Mfainrt .J aln60S

I Matamoras, lay at anchor close in with Col. II. W. Braden Col. A. M. Gatlin the "01'(11-1 gollings," and lou and golrs," in HugsinsJohn Usry Jessy COMPOJJND Spears for Filty Dollars! date n.t culiexted, which

the harbour and other Gov John Branch Col. Wm. Wyatt his Way of measuring quantity. His clothing is Hagan Allen Valin1iu Mary note is piid. One note against Duvaland Hutch
vessels
are cruizing John G. Gamble not well remembered think he wore away a Hariell! David D W Walker George E3SJSJTCJE. Or SPRUCE, ins for one hundred dollars, iJaied the 27 hday ,of
Col. Hobt. Ruler Col.
along the coast between those ports. All white hat, striped rotindroat and pantaloons. He Inferior Court ofThomaiWilkes Francis ,' Jtyr latticing Beer, Warrh 183hlch rote is also paid. One sotoagainst

!t appear quiet in Texas. The British Gen. John P. Du Val Gen. Thos. Brown was puraued to mericus, Sumptt-r county, but il Jones Thomas Wkfield) James E WUk directions for .-For SALE by J,*b:Wiili*. for Filieen D.-Unrs data...notrteolknfcd

t Packet Dr. Thos. B. Wynn Major Ben. Chaires is thought he was protected by friends; When he Jones JohnVilli.ms John oie against S5. II. CoustneyJqrur
which sailed from Vera Cruz on leaves there it Is likely! he will go tn Alabama, ions Thomas Gormea tf Woosten Redin WADDEL, RANDOLPH, & LEWIS, dolUK; ene in favor of R. H. Ber1.d.ra.wQ
Godftden
: 2T.th of May, had been detained ajveek Coatf. perhaps Molile. wish all good CitizenS in this Lee John Willso Richard M Tailahai, ee.'Jupe" 30lb, 1838._.47t( Wm Simson which also paid, thoamwinVtHl rtJ-

after Daniel Buie John Cayford and the adjoining State, to be vigilant in trying Lavinus WilliamVest Jam. 3 eollccted.with two ten dollar nt a,'QQ iv f dollarpole
:> irregular day of sailing, at JTefTerfton County. to brine neb a aroundrel to jastiee' I will girethe Letobureer Joshua Whit CalebJAME3W.SMITH.P' C -8. SIBUBTt Etq.will be my agent daring. and two one dollar! notes, .it bills of tho Un

..e request o Mexican Government, Macrea above reward for the said Godwin and Horse, M. S my- absence from the Territory. i ion Bank with a number of clber papers not now
Farquhar SAM'L U DUVAL.
for tbe pUrpost .o( takmg .out Joseph MCantsEiq. or one half for either. ,* Thomasville, OaJJuly let, 1838 49-3 V reeollected. All person ate forwarDed from tra-
the British Government- requet t I Daniel Bird, Es. John N. PartridgeCol. JOHN W. BARKWELL. June 29th, 1838._47-tf dma for any of arid noiet r. as th.y are nearly alt
NotIce
r to. become me. James Col. Abram Bellamy 10 miles north of Haw ksinvitle,Pulaski Co.Ga. : Subscriber; having erected a STEAM ictv; : E art atharized and requested to announce paid by the drawer, .1 will give reasonable re-

: lat between the French and Mexicans k July 3. 1838. 504il3rThf MILL at his place, two and a half miles East, of '4'qMajor John L. Taylor candidate wa.rd.,10 any person who will.deliver the Pocket

Government, BlaD'C Sal Bob : following papers will please insert the Tallahassee, will b' re"dy.t nil limes to supply to repreMnt Jefferson Cenniy in the the next Leg. Book #ad contanu to m..or.o A. F'DuvaJ, TalU-
ON tIle for It
baase
Lis O/h. above three four limes and forward their THOMAS SIAtfiON.
The best feelinghave thus far or ac with Lumber and Meal tnosp who mar'favor 'him blattve Council.
between kept up B LANg.8. counts for payment;-The-Standard of the Union, I with application. JOHN G. GAMBLE. June U, 1i38.46otf. .Ma, 1941 bLLLGHAN'S tt

the French squadron and ou'r Gen.ra At>*ortm-nt of Blink printed on and federal Union. Milled wiHe; Corumbus papers NehamathlaJune 3 1838. 46-lf .- _
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own. While! the y paper for sale at this Ofce. Mobile,Ala papers; In win ton Ala., ti if any)) New NOTICE. L'-' .. VEGETABLE -I
lay at anchor ..
Lt.personsindebtettgthe estate of Daniel PEVERANDAGU1ILIP V
AdaIR.
Under Justices Executions, Blank Orleans Beep>Tallahas>ee and .St. Aupunlne, Flo- \WANTED. _
Sacrificios; Frnch and Ame- Summons, Bills 0 Sale, papers; and those i io the Cherokee settles of-this ,A BLACKB0Y_ as ao apprentice U tha 5. Gantt, declare required to make-immediate A. eet-tlsnd Usiinj care.for thia_dj wet .ror i iIDDEL

rican ofcr were in the constant ( Declarations, Slat. At I doot know them all byname, I'wish ; Shoemaking! business. Apply to ....'. ps1.ut to&phsorIber.L .' < *
wsrtice reciprocation Subpn..tte1 all and every one ohhemin the compass exposed, .&: iFaEDEICK f FlLflR.TaJlanawe .. : --L I .. E. E.LOOQKERM, Executor. :'RANDOLPH;* L'Tallahaseeui.April !

and courtesies. &e. &'.. A'C. &c.; to publiik as al'tlve t-u.ste. J, .W B. : ,June IS, 1818-tf 44fU -, July' 10th, 1838-. 49.tr 14, IS3&_ ,31ilure -


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': Administrator's NoticesNOTICE. Pills aie purely and soirn \rgctablt, and contain NOTICE Commission House, New Orleans. I EDUCATION.MARRIED .

neither nnneial.Mercury in .ntimCny., Arsenicnor, any other those indebted t.) the subscriber will please LONG & GRIVOT, A gentleroan.an tralfute
any \halt'er. Tliey are entirly ALL or
month after dale application will be made composed of exiractslrom rare and : forward and liquidate their accounts, HAVE established themselves at New Orleans University Gla.gow, Sccnenced I1OU
SIX powerful plants, of transaction of Commission Business, in the business of t., expe.o
intention pressing tien.
cath
t county court of Leon county for leans the \irues ut whichthough long known several either by or notee.-JNo alld :
to
; of dismission from the aduiin'ntrMior. of the estate I Indian tribes and recently to eminent pharmaceutical the parties is contemplated, but simply to get a settlement and solicit the patronage of their frrcndi nnd the t read the preoaratory and andecs : Qil'
5\It thev their best scivice with candidates for and .
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Lefere the businei season re-commences. public, to which pledge members of
of DnrantC daft. L P. GRANT. Adm'r. HiemisH,are altogether unknown hi the the
June J3m6 i .rornt pietendcrs to medical science ; and were n.J.IIACKLY. Aril735f Carolina College, wishes tu locate nim'!lf elit,
------- I a.\tr I l-e'loic: administered: April?, 1 l9: 3S.tfNOrICi RECEIVED. nentlv (at the cxpiralioi the present
NOTICE.SIX i ::o happily t'ifkaciouucumbm < -_. __ JUST of Florida ,III.
healthy
: part alt Principal of ia
moAihsnfxr dtle itprl'at'ull b* n de ituni. HUNDRED OUNCES French Qni-: my or C"llcjeHit lady has devoud "
Their first opoiaii-Mi Ii fu loosen irom the coals Item chy giv en,thai I shall |.resent my accounts ONE Acetate and MuriHelr te
the county court of Leon county lor l -tt.is JS ", Sulphate, ) cars to the arbious duties f>f fem.ile: N/If'1r
oftl.l' stomach and bowels, the \aiiott impuritief vnd vouchers as ndinini:liator of the estate of Morphine and general assortment of Fren h and
of dismission from the aJimnistiaiion .f the fate a and intend ta make it the badness or
of If Rh, Jes. E. P. GRANT, Adm'r. and eru titles lonst.mlly settling around them ; and S.limit I S. Christopher deceased to the honorable English Chemicals. Twelve I"op.ny: Medicine References 1 for competency and | |hey li'

. JUM Ala 4niC. to remove the harde-iifd face's which collect 10 I the Judge of (lie County Court of Leon County, at Chests, and a lar!e supply of Dru;' MeinI'E?i yifii to Litrrary Gentlemen in ehIaraeter South tart'&

i onvo'iiiinm' 'f the small I intestines, O Ii"i m,'di next spring term of said Court, for my final 1 settlement Perfumery, &c. Ae. For sale by anti Florida. Letters netdre s"d la trfWUnNOTICE. Oi -,.

NY1'ICI. ,men only pir.ially cit tie the-, an I lea\e ucla VEGETABUHAVING anJ discharge from sid 'ministration.' WADDEL, R./NDOLPi/ LEIMS.' 11 A. Yorvull". C.. will R. L F..dlftontl
j SIX months al'icr date, I shall present my .
t T and xemoliTs to the Hun. Judge 4b11Ie t t v>>- -.>.i \\ith ..1i'" train uf cuts, "-r sudd n tli- \ __ 'JC__ 42mG __ ____ -- u -
\ County Gc.urt for Gi.Wcn Coiruy, and apply! I ir ."&I.oJ':10: it, ir.iiniiieni danger The s< cond HOUCK'S PANACEA. & ShOE; iM/hNUi-'ACTORY. :. _

final dischirpc the of the I jifUviof th Y t I'I t'il.! Life Pills i i" the first Term fJCIIIt County
a fr.'I adotiiiisirattrfhip $ g c (leiclmvelhc kidn'y rUE11 suppl 01! the above valuable medi- rl.'H II t]subscriber respectfully informs AT I CuurtoLr
estate: of the late William GilM.md.Jer. and the L'ldJ'r., and by this means, the !lixcr A For sale by a I the citi/ens of Tallaha'see County, in the year 1819, *e IIb31r

.fUCIIIBAl.t) SMITH, Jr. and.. th,* lungs* the liv.iliLv i notion uf ulu h eiitirtivj.tids sit,.. the test of rxpeiienre are re- cuuejustiecei4.&TEWAR7' & UARNAKD. antI vicinity, that Iie""ha. our -cvunts and vouchers and apply (or a

&i1isitiitrtur.! t.j lIi't.11I Liii' 'c tiI trity oilllf' ulliHr llrg\l1s I \ J to tilt public as dic.ilcdly: MIpcrii 8fi 4i iiiI l commenced hue manufacturing of settlement: an.l disilnrge I as K:.I prttjrs of the"Mltatf I

Quincy May I*. 1817. 4UCi1&I I 11,0.) LI''ld \ hldl :takes lb. red .IJur f..ulII thc .sgcai- I 'r to any c-'nil'in itioii medicine ever 'ffertila. May I- Coots nnd Shoes in this city, in of IruryVihliani", d ccn''J' "

t '" ct the I I\r: an.1 tic lii iits before ill'asct: ilil') I I the Amer:can people. The pi opi ietor ol thesepilU CAKK1 Aj KMAJCPTIIEsubscubr : IHNC. I the building immcdiilely opposite tl& More ofFiei GUI'.EN II. CHA1RKS: )

No'i1 f.------. : L fe hlll't. liciug tllll puriliJ JJ' tlll'l11. un t 1IllI/ll'.h. 1 'bcin a le uar01'1',1: Physician, alii I having ; having cnjacd the servi- cli & Cook on Jlfunroesi where he U TOM PIITIIR: CIIAI1JESEjw I tor..

SIX months : .( ,11( : Cuuit ?. t J by loeij coni'iig' Iron a clean l"mn.'t.'UI''t'8, pr.lrl 1 iCl'd his \lnlt-.s, on I xt-nsively fur: m:my year* ,ca of a skIlful' Carriage Maker, from I he North.ne to manufacture, all art.clesin Ins hue of buin prepared ss,, March 2S. 1KW.: __ .:31__ f '

/ the lion, Judge of the Ounty ..1,: fre-ly tiiI,j'I;Ii the \'il'.III, fI'ncen'l} ;jiari nj the in dilie cut elm-ales ellII.le.ll"! l oeer totlie artlioted ;s leave to infoim his fi lends and the public that he workm in his and will war -zt Q gE om .
Lon (Jounty, lor 1tUf ol disintvtion' tioni the administration ptl' m.. an.l triumphantly ironnts the b inner .'f nival hI .1 mcdiem on the iMfeclS (If whiih heis a'l'!oi Jcrs fur repairs t>.c, shall Lc punctually and I hasguud II employ, .Il.1Jt:1j ll.6f-
and
I his work bc'JlJnt' in the best :atm.ae'uia1tIe I 'r..ir.e.1
to manner lJ'TIIIlIIul
rant
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of tstae ('t 1 -7cknh Waters,p .. h health in the blooming i ((-. k. i willing to i i-k his r" put.jtuui. neitly c'HI'III\'I. II.: U. CLAItK.Tallahassee. respectfully| Sine
I. ices. of Leon and
: late: 01 slid C'J"'V.' (lee.LU. Toe l'd'uwin. arc an.ong the distressingariety lIe does, not prtteii'l that they are a positive( May 5, I hr:H. 39-tf.MID. pi planters adjacent coontiA,that lie
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U olsf..oc.t.laud! other doiic made DAVID
Adnn'x. repairing i on accoiimo'lating : and apiwiiitcd C.
i EY WATERS, human diseasew Ve Icnefici il.I illl".rr [ WILoOX l.ia Uornn
( the Actable Life Pilii cure, or even ) complaint, lIthe COURT.
I I I ). DIST.-LKOiN SLP. ( ; terms. t sell K.V.. IMi's
May 12. 1SP.8._40"1 ate well known to be infjlluble : h most fiinily'! )helices lint in, all .li"I''I. es \\ hcr- a o patent Cot.o. CULTIV!
------- Mrthartic medicine! is Augustus .\ ) Sum's ad I'C!. in As>'t f-r $700.1" FRI-I ERIC: FILER, TORS. lie rt'lIllf'dlully, niilca the Planter:
NOTICE.SIX :. DYSIT.PSIA: ; or an aj-erient; IIC" led, thiv to
l-y tl.nr" iighiy fle-inm: the fir>t : : ral1
vs il.uu. i tt.'li for SJjO", issuedThomas I April28. I lo3J. 3tf and examine for themselves.CJADShE.N : .
wllllc f"Ullt.ll.lr ,
11011s after date: application! will be and seeond :.tttiaciis, and n eating a flow Ilf i sii'iii"r| : to any of those !raticnirgative S
: ,matt pure J.i 1'11 SMay I :>, ItfW:: rtt'b.cto: NovernlerTeini ---- --- C.I.,
tht lion.JuJgcof the County Court ot t Leoi.I f healthy I bile, insteMil: <.f the Mai- and' an id J kind ;- | li'intsvlue'i; arc. su much puffed i in I IS.W.TE :; DRY GOODS. T.\ll.tli"s, Dcc. 2t(. L36. CLAU.\UGl1.
fur )letters ot dismission iruin the administration ; Flat.il& Palpita I i i'.n f th- lieu lo tlipublic pmiis i is |l'ullII"I s i f ilie b'l'ovl.! "'hen totf
County ticy r .s ol Jppc- ih Ii.ldant | all,1 all I others interested
in -MI> ase rWHIE Subscriber has nee-ivnl nail
just is now (
taken I to the dnrctiont; i :(;
sc'-or-ling nccoinpiiiiiig( : SURMarch
R'r
said I
of : tile Ileari-lmrnanJ Ileidache
) Rr-stles
of the estate of Francis Drcut.l opening assortment
a
bentficial general
them the
county, dcceIcJ. CH JULES UECKSlEIN.April t'.'IIp"r, Anxiety, Langour, ;uid Melandl/r! whtrh hey Hiliotis arc hiffhly Fevers in Fever pievemiuiiand l by uttaclnnetit, ns allrlSaitl-uIIJ they are required I GOODS suitable for the season.ALSO term, 1838 ; To wit : March ? j IQfo,
and ,
ts. I8$8:$ -3 fim; arc the general! ymptolsot'Dy! ? 'llsia, will vam.sli cure Ague
: | to appear and plead to I the declaration filed in said I Lialebury H. Jones, )

NOTICg.SIX :. as a naiiiial: C"li"iucncu uf Us ciuc. 'O-tIVlIlCIII, Dispopsia, Liver Complaints, Sick Headache case, according to the ,lorin of the statute in such A few cases of fashionable! HATSdo vs > In Chancery.

by clcansin j-thc whole! length of the intestines with Jaundice Asthma Dropsy Rheumatism made and C. S. SIBLEY. David Thomas )
month after due, I shall' returns tl solvent case provided. de BOOTS 4- SHOES, a superior article.
and without
violence
honorable Court map coun process, ; all violent Enlargement' of the spleen, Piles, Ally for pllff. A few dozen pairs of Ladies Fine Kiel Shoes. On motion of complainant's iot'citor: lUte is
County : leave the bowels costive within
purges two days. < granted him to file I IJ his amended
5th 1S38. : 9tf"PENSACOLA bil'f and
WM. H. FRANCIS. -
from IMC May ,
ty, and apply to the same for a discharge G. T. I Diarrhea and Cholera by reuioting the sharp acrid Cholic, Female Obstructions, Heart-hum. _- May 10th. I63, 40-tf this cause against the unknown heirs extort of

administration won the es'aic of Williaa fluidby which these cemipbints are occasioned, Nausea, Furred Tongue, Distension of the 3IANSION HOUSE. Thomas, deceased, makir them a titkuJv
MoClelljn.latc .f fcaid '*unty, deceased.II. : and by the lubricativc party
promoting of the
secretion Stomath and Bowels and it to ihe &auf ictior.
appearing of
YOUNG McCLF.LLAN. Incipient Dinrrhcea NEW CITY OF PEN8ACOI.A. FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. the'eo rt that
mucus membrane. Fevers i-f all kinds
Administrator the blood: to a regular circulation, through, by restoring the process Flatulence, habitual Costjvcncss, Loss of r! T II r. subsciibcr having purchased the lease and I KILL A LA broke out of the Gads- the said unknown heirs du not reside in this Territory -

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Mount Vernnn, April li.LAST 1R3 :timG of p:r"f'il'alllllin some cases, and the thorough. appetite, Blotched or Sallow Complexion furniture of th"n well known establishment MICHAEL Jail on this instant. The .aid)I It is therefore ordered that
.- solution of all I intciimal ohstrnct'ons in frClmtr.. Taylor! the proprietor, will be ready Killala is Irishman and speaks broken English,, publication be made
NOTICE. others. I I and in all cases of Toipor of the UoweU, an for the term of four months
The Lll'T.: PILLS hi\o been known to cure rheumatism I to receive visitors by the 1st of April next. is stout and about five feet seven or eight inches; in agreeably t. the mutes -

. .., SIX months nfler atel, thal present my ac permanently in three weeks, and Gout in I I where a carthartic or an aperient in needed. Numerous and costly improvements will b; found: high, has blue eye, and fair hair and is considerably unknown such heirs case ofcai made David and provided; andtittuJ
Thomas
and) voncheis, apply to the lion half that time, by rt'IIOi i ing local inflammation from i 4 I They are exceedingly mild in their operation, pre>- in the arrangements and accommodations of the marked with small pox. I will pay FIFTY and dcreased rfo
the County Court (.f Lcou County, for a final settlement the mmclcs and Jigtmcnts of the juintx. Dropsns \: diicin neither nausl't. griping nor debility !i Mansion Hou e. New and more commodious Bathing DOLLARS reward fur the apprehension and de. appear plead answer demur to tf.e eompliiD.ant's .

I and dscliarge from lh adininU'ration of of all kind, by freeing and sirn thening, the kidnies I:i Wherever these Pilis have been once introduced I Ilou.oes will l be bu:It, and warm baths will be livery in this pace! of the said Killal.i, who was I bill, filed heiein, before the expirtj ,(

j the estate of Jatnrs Lemon, late of Mid: County and bladili r; they operate most delightfully) I, i into a lanuly, they bcc'-me a standing remedy and I IiI !' provider" at all hours. A stable will l I'e attached to: tried and whipped in./palachicoli, anu sentenced I four months, or the sme *ill be taken
'! ; C calle-J lor and sutficienlprool lie House with accommodation fur 1 hcrsrsandcarriage A true coely from the minutes,
deceased. mi tin so imj-oilant organs, uiul hence have t.\-cr' again a :IIII. vv Inch is good to three n.ontli imprisonment.

ROB RT P. GREEN, I/.!en found .t certain remedy for the worst c.'...sof ,, j of their, good qual! ticII.II II !. First rate hoises and carriages will be- L. J. BELL, Jailor. I. U. UARRIS, Clerk.

I Ad'mr in e.f his wife Susannah (I I uvcl. AN<>, Worms, by dislodging! fiom the II IYrhip, no article of the kind has ever l., n offered also kept for hire at moderate prices and sail and Q.uincyMay7th, 183ft. 40-tf M.I reh I 17, 1S18.

4 A. G reii. formerly dttstnna% ALenim.. turuiPgs <>f tIle i b twels the slimy manor to which I to the) public, supported by tcsti.noni "N of a I', row boats, with per.sontto manage them f.r the LAW NOTICE.Wira .

March 10, 1H3S; ___21vLnJ5.___;_ these, ci f.itui es MilieuAtliina and Consumpi lOll, i character iO deciiive, (trom sources as rc.ctalI le, | use of visitors. Billiards and other amusements Charles S. Sibley RANDOLPH, ATTOay

NOTICE. I.) relieving 1 the air 'tesrs| uf the lun;s lr"in the le.r that has :\'eIlIllUre univeisil: sati.sftctinn.They usually found at Watering places wiil al-io be furnished W, will practice ID all the

iiiucu, Inch en s'ight coI.lw ille'c?;IH,,II, w hich hue the testimony of th! : \\ Ilo'e meJical I I an I so conducted, all not to inter'ere with U. S. Attorney Middle District of Flo.OFFERS in Middle Florid, and will attend t.>socj busijuxj Conns

ALL persons indebted, to 1 the estate of th late if not removed liecome-s hirJened, and produc- t profession in their f.1 ivor, \\ bite: not :i sing'c case ol I the comfort and! quiet the bianlers. The wines: his professional services Attorney as maybe entrusted to his care. Office in the build

A. N. I'4.t1, are rClII'.t to make those dretdlui I di
payment the under i n4 J 1) :ld al persou. hat ing \ r.>tc Je>re!, by th.I'l'rf. ct purity; which these, 1.: 11:1'111 a full supply (.f ice, a cargo has already been debts, 4-c. Middle! Fl trid:,. lie will attend all!I October Mh, 1637.
laims \\illpiesrnt the same for payment, > ) and. thousand, !1J'I l ulCl"leJllIl'h about the --
proj etyauthenticated Life PilN give t-> tie blood, an J all the humours' I be. will am ve 1-tof Iay. ihe Courts in (tic.Middle! Di>trict.Olhce .
or the same \ii;| IJI harr, ; II caine acquainted with Pet-rs' Vegetable Pills Mr. F. G. Bainaid who .R'fNERIP.subscribers .
Scorbutic formerly kept a popular
Krujiii: 'r! and had npexi'.n! <, \\iy their ;j- ( III Mu n roe Street, in the building formerly
: p. J Elm: altcratii1! elf<'ct up.>ii tho llnidthat fi'.-.l t tIe skin, i i itheiiMibiJ "lIi.'II, in coi.sequence of their extraordinary' ;exl- II tel in 'Va..hinlull City, will conduct thIJotel ocnjii l byVm.. Vilon, as a Dook Store. THE have ibis day entered late

JAS. A. BEWIIlLOT: : stite of which oc..\.ions all crupt'ne '! lies*, have attained a 1'01"'I.u:1T1' t'M'iu.ei.DF.ST- '. for the Pioprietor, who 1 \\ Iii suchuid, conti.ief.tly) Tallahs.te1ay l'2th. 1538. 40-if under tie firm of Taft'Holt

; AdllinislraltIS. c implainN, talluw! co! idv and other disagneia'jlecompl'xior.s. lli n: tile I hislorvul, ." dll'ml', ensure th- via.tois of last year, and his triendsgeiierallj' -- &. Co.

Jan. 20._18.8-2-1-if The us-ecf these piUs! I fir a h'nl I.: The very circnln-.tauuce alone that Ph"ici.III", in that they will receive every possible at- IMI\NTER'S HOTEL, S. S TAFT,

NOTICE.' time, wi'.l:I effe-ctau cn'ire cure ol Salt llheinn cry, I'| every part If the Union, but more especially! 1.1 the} I tentiun ; and Iherel.) expects to give general satis. TALLAHASSEE. GEORGE G.HOLT,

sipelas, and a striking impiotcment in the EI'J-1' Southern St"itcs, w here tiny hav iI I J"n been in UlC. (action.: Sub cribeis respectfully inform tl.eir GEORGE MILLER.

(. SIX MONTHS Judge ul"n the r County dale application Court (.f Ie of them in their practice speak.ottttnns The local advantages of this house are too well I THE and the public thai they have taken: Si_Marks, July 1, 1S37._ 51

UT or dl8mul511 frl the adiniinsiralion nf the vMaleolitzekiah ul>iay:..oeC'uredo."ulI( elo e, rr by tw-i, e'.c'n in1 I I v in their prai.se. yUJ tu this the fact that t know to need a lengthened description hera. The theabove House in Tallahassee, and are fitting t Clerk's Office, Leon Superior Conri.

render dC'I.d.lalC of said c uiily. the wurt cases. "Piles-as a irnindy for tin not all who use thm invariable recommend them to facts that Prnsaeola! is the largest naval station of up for the reception of ;SitOrs. The building will I Middle District of Florida G .
138.Richaid
January
ANN rOXDKK.G. KMTUUII.EI'IIKAIM : ) Executor. di"tiessiiig and o'jstmate inalaJy, the Vegetable their fu*:iuls-, and the testimony in tli'ir favor i ill Ihe Government, the general l rendezvous! of the undergo thorough repair, tndsevciul additions' will ,

21.1834 33 l'OII1. Life Pills: desert e:1 dmiuct aud'emrlnllc! "recommendation. almost irrrsi bblc. ./1 itn Anti-bilious remedy, Gulf Sxuailron) the salubrity of climate, refreshed be mule during Ihc summer to the establishment. hayward, Complainant )

Mari I It i a wc.l known Ii hiindrtdi i in this and to present COStiVenesS, they have no tival. constantly during the summer months by The ta b'e will befurnishrd *ith all delicacies the I vs. JlnCbncery

OTiCl.-Six innnths after the date hereof, I It I I city, that the proprietor of il.cnu invaluable! Pills One fifty cent box vvih establish their character, the ci'oiesl: breezes from the Gulf-the bf'3ulyof I market affords, and the, Bar will be stored with th' I nomas' Jefferson Green, defenJ't. j

I .h81 apply) to the Jude of tllr County Courtof was hini'clf atSicttd with this complaint for up and prove"that there is truth even in an advertise} the Hay and the neighboring: islands and rivers, choicest ol wines and liq'iors. The rooms acd I de.'endant appeirimug by satislactory evidence, that (lie
Thomas
: Lon County, Florida to be discharged! (ram all I wards ol l tiiirty flie year, a >cacy of the fish with which beds will be "ell attended to, and liiiois mny safely Jefferson Green, is not in
inhabitant the
t duties as admnisliau.r; of Z dPl' iall C. e'en'remedv prescriu.-d w ithin the w ho'o More than two millions (If boxes of these C'-le- the waters abound, and proximity to the best Southern calculate! on finding cxelent! accommoelations United States, but resides in ifa

Fort, deceased which Ictttrsof JmihistMiinii were of the .MateriaMedita. lie h..\\cve-r at Ip.nglla.lricd compass brated Pills, have been sold in the United' Stales markets, give Pensacola the preference overall and good servants to render them every necessary province ol Texas, it is ordered, thai the said di.
j tendant do
granted to me by the Jude ofthc said county court I the medicine which h ? now olTe-ratothe l public and since January. IdJj.; other places in these latitudes, as a healthy and I aitenhi n. appear here on or before the 15th Octo
,
r of Leon. S. G. HECK COM. he \\'as cured in a very short time, afier his recoery Dr. Peter his received upward of fifteen hundred delightful summer resort. They respectfully soli.-it the patronage of their ber next will.be, and taken answer the complainants bill. cube

$ Jan. 27, t 838. 2V6mf"fr fad been pronounced! not on'y iinproballc but certificates, all given in consequence of the First rate boats will run between Pensaco'a and old friends and the public. same for confused against him, and
the and
Wm. P. Duvallsq.M! my attorney, aiH per. absolutely iniposib'e, by allY butnaii mea II'. gnod deui* by his 'J, icilles. Mobile, and will at all times be able to take the passengers J. D. RYAN. Aid matters further things thereof decreed accordingly.

I sonsliavinganyb.atness with the estate, "Il cle.u I DIRECTIONS FUu USE. That the )public may rest assured of the salutary from the New Orleans boati. SETH P. LEWIS, it is OiVered that a copy of this oreier

him. G.JJ._ .VEGETABLE LIFE Pit does-Ths proprietor of effects of these pills and the truth of the above N. B. ARNOLD. N. B.-Ge>xl staMing and provender for horses, be printed mor.thly for nice months in some newspaper
LS not follow the base in
) the published this Dia-nct.
statements, letters
following from medical
Pensacola tf
gentlemen Feb. 15, 1838. 34- on reasonable terms.
j, NOTICE. mercenary Jli'ad..c ofthe quacks ofthe day, in ofthe fnsi respictabiliiy: are most respectfully Gentlemen wishinto engage rtoinsfor their families April 7, 1838. 33 Te-sLc, '1103. U. DU VA L,CTk
advising
months from date 1 shall the persons to take his Pill!in hire quantities. submitted. Jan. 13. l88 -23iam9mT
t SIX apply to Judg e r*.> godni.dieine can address the proprietor. at Pensacol.i,
.
f Gadsd n County Ctnrt f.r a final di..r! >:e hee Pills can b. p"s.ibllIe a>) rtijuircd; Mr. Sew-ell T. Tay'or! at New Orleans, the lormer REMOVAL. A 1 C1IKS, JEU ELK1. &r.
arc to taken ted time
from the administration *f the estate of ;., at every night CHIIKJTILI.K, Mt.tkLt.Mii.Ro Co. V*. proprietor. HE subscriber
t len. for a wt'n or furtm:ht, according t') the obstinacy fiom Cerry's Row, No. 4., to the has on hand handsome supply -
Coleson JOHN LAMER I" ,
1 Kebiuarj-7 1817. References- Sandford Mr. C. Culluni
Eaq, REMOVED of the above
dee. ofth j diase.. The usuol dose i i" from & article*, which he will sell
J Messrs.' G. H. on
5
to acrordioy nEAR occupied by
HI ? Sir. I eml-i the
March *
16\ -a. : ace opportunity of expressing B. McAlpin Esq., Lieut Kibby. II/bile-S T Tay- his usual terms. He
j to the has i in
constitution
of the hisemploy two
of M and Jefferson
person. Vtry deli i to you my gratification at the success which has; I Plor P lies New 01 JeahS. T. E. Jeiberger,corner tin roe rienced watch expe
NOTICE. lC4t rill nhould tcmi uith makers, and he assures the
J per but two, and iu.rea attended the ndminisliation, of valuable Pill Streets. CENTER & KEEN. public
<. *.: at th's of the your SUI'kRIuLtuOUItF\ LEONTOUNTT.SPRING : l he will spare no pains to have their -wwrkdone
nature
win
months after dite, : case tho
"e <
SIX p-eseut our ac- may require ; *F and voucher to th Honorable thtJudge more robust, or of very costive habit, may begin with thoHC who} compound nnd vend patent medicines TERM 1838. NEW DRUG STORE. promptly ail in the best manner.
Mr. B.
4 of the County Corrt of von.County, and J with :3, and. increase to 5, or even 5 j-ilK, and they lo sty too much in their favor but from what William Hilliard ) TilE subscribers have formed a co-partnersh iin in .Metc.tlf back bas resumed the Gun Smith but

< -, pray to be discharged from the adll.htratlul on will tIT < t a Miliiciently hajipy chinze to guide the I have s<'en oflhc effects of your Pills, 1 do not L vs \ Attachment for $101. the Drug business, under the firm otWaddcl siness jobs my in that shop line.anil will he happy to attt-nd
in toany
i the .f Htzckiah Ponder, iewicd. patient their further use. Th so Pills sometimes
ihink have received
: nlte as ye-t they unmerited .raie Cornelius Jontz. Randolph & Lewis.
i -- ; ) ,
cca>ionsicknes-tand FREDERICK TOWLE.
e>
ANN > vrmiting.though .
Adn.'r seldom Six months)
!, l'ODEI very ago they were almost cntinly) unknown lIE Defendant and all others interested will 1 sale Jan. (. 1>3S. .
1.. G. :, Adm'r. unless the stomach is cry foul; thi, however in this Tl.ev have just received and nv offer for ,' jo.NOTICE. ,/
r', may pnrlof Virginia, they are now the i take notice _
considered a fa\orablc of the institution i of the above: one door nortt of Mr Birge's clothing establishment
;, April 1 CC symptom; as the patient: .
:;: < will find lIin. clf at once relieved and I by must popular pilU we have. In disjicpsia and sick; sui by attachment, and are required to appeal and I on Monroe street, a geneaal ossorimeiil of those
l who
J1'rsc\'Cr.headache derangement of the biliary and I made purchases at Parson Har-
organs, the declaration lil-tl said ALL
will plead to in case.
ance T
soon r Rl"GtEDICIiES. P.ilNTS nrdOIL '
Union Bank of Florida. cover. FRESh >
"
7'ney usually ope'r te \\ ithiu obsiinatc s Fale
constipation of the bowels! I know of are requested to forward and!
, ORDERED by the lioaid) of Due toie, that 10 or 12 bouts, and never give pain, unless the aj; cnent more prompt and cfii-acious. no L. A. TIU l.MPSON. plttls att'y.Dated *-', geiher with ariety of Perfumery and! settle the sjm.. R. j.come JJACKLEY.

fur the transaction. of business in bowels) aie very much encumbered They m..y be Their mildness and ceitaniiy 01 aclion rcneler May 7th, 188. 4U.) :{1 fan.'" 3&li"les fur 'he :oiet! Tallahassee, 14ih March. Id3d.

_ future be from 10 o'clock a. m. Until 1 o'clock p. ni L. taken by lit: mo>t dcli."if iVmalcs tinder any drum them a safe and, elficienl purfratiw: for wraklv mdivi.lual C-O.fTC"XnltOlil'lf\lJ'; .'/Holders t from Physicians Planters and country -
June 9 44 JOHN PARKH11.L, Cash'rMY &talle's, -!t is, Inwcicr, iwominrndrd that merchants will be thankfully received and faith- UNION BANK OF FLORIDA.
_u._____ __ __ those illla'er periods of tlt'k <, and may In given al11 times without any And Commission Mcrchant.'JIlII lfullv attended l"i tfW. TVOTICE is hereby eiven
pwnawr, llo'tIJ ,! but of thoc inju'ioiia ( that to to the subscribers tit
BOiS Uober(.nnthlcjr. atd John one ata tune, and thus .iiiiuie! > to keep the bocNopen from the coiiliaucJ oiiMVincfM'i s freijiiently result E subscriber would infoi m his friends and I W. WADDEL. -L the stock of thia Bank, that their title papers
1"11' eil"calomel blue
G. Gnniblejr. and my incml JohnParkllill : and even two nny he liken where the patient ...l.it, use or the public in general, th U he hascoimncnred I J. II. RANDOLPH.II. have been referred for examination to Charles H.

.. EM]. ate my agents.and will attend is \cry cOstive. One pill ill a solution of two l 1.On the while, I consider them a i.ilual/c: discovery. the business of Gotten hjrukerttnd Commission C. LEWIS. DulVnteEsq. When reputed upon satisactiiily,

to my business dining my .b"cICp fiom the Terri. tablespoons lull! eif water, may be given to an in V te tercl'alll.in the City of New Yoik, and is now mortgages and bonds will be sent to the parties for

, -' tory. JOI G. GA.M15LE. funt in the following duocs-a te.i s-po.in full every ry. II. Il.miiH p.'ctfully.S. I). prepaied to receive Cotton, .n..1 olher produce intClld. NOTICE. execution. JOHN PARK1I1LL, Cashier.
'._; June 44 two hours till it ti''. ratrs ; Colr( a cliilil from .:'I lor this market, which he w ill! disjnisc of onc March 10
Dr. Jos.
'iic to P. Peters.
_
i/ Tl I HE subscriber informs his friends and the pub4i -
:, NOTICE. live years old, half pill iinJ fiom >> to I 1(1( on: pill.! minifeiou! and flatters I himself, that from longc'luainl.tn"e | I"thu he has purchased: the entire stock in NOTICE.
: in the Northein and Southern
indebted the of Peer 'lEHIlKNIX lUTl'ER.S.arcso called I l.f- CHAKIOTTF N. C. Jan. 1st markets trade ofDuvAuSt HCTCHIXS subscribers termed
persons to estate ; IS17- he shall lC cenabb and the business will THE having a copartner
tislaction
1 ALL -on. deceased arc sequeste4l to nuke "I\u e they I"RSes thc power of' rc&tor.ugihc: c.ijiir.. DEAR Sir. : I have made fr<'quent use of your feel logivcs to such hereafter be continued in his own name in the same ,will hereafter conduct the Drug busintrsin -

immediate payment to C. S. Sibley, Esq., and l ing embers of hca'lli' to a glowing vgortliiou' ;hout {I j pills in I he incipient st.igeof; Bilu,us Fever and ohslinato a-the may!a'l/ftll"lr! ijjisjxised produce to patronise but i,1 the him investment i, not only in of store occupied by them. He retinas his thanks t"> the name ofSTEWART

colS is.J.ML. 11. HUVAL.ent the constitution, as the Pun nix IS s lid todeiesteiied I I !' (.'".nstiMli| I ">ns of the ll'iwe.'s! ; al-I," ill ihrnarr'enient of the the: public fur the line nil encouragement he has re. A B.4RAARD.

'I sae ,\: of Ueo. \Villis.) 10 life from tlc a hes cit'nsown tfl -tOlllli'JII. The j (' ofthe spleen! chronic I Diseases of the- anv, part JUSTINIAN rr".c'ds, they F. may DAVIS order or direct t'ch-cd. and he .solicitcs! a continuance ot the same. Then shop will be found at the old jtaud formerly

May / ,12 I'hecnix found litters are i ntircly Vegetable, composed .fr.ts l li'cf..ick, )ll'all.I'elicral deoiity! and mnnv No. CO, Water Street, He has on Land and w i I continue to keep a general occupied by .Mr. E. B. Perkins, opposite the market -
only in Cfrtiini pails of tin- \Vi.-stcin other diswu.sis and all found th
in
cases of ich
in t.) give assortment s goods a> are neccss-iry for the house.
DR. A ;11.: ICAMXH.1'11AVING country which will iuftlli'ly, cuie FF.VERS: A.ND II lelicf. J. D. DlIl'U, M. D. New York. town and o-untry trade. I He invites all those who They will keep full Medicines
lo-aiedhiniseirinTallah.ib.sef 1 i,r_ AG L j ES ot all 1,11111wil' ner fa I to eradicate )". J. 1'. Peters. REFCRKNTKS.It. : assortments of ,
H*. Williams Saml. Reid. Gov. Krar.eli Tallahassee. haveoutstind:115 accounts previous to Id33, to call!: Drug Chemicals, ifatrnt Medicine &. *. sod
thf < n l inly al! the i-Uiv! I Js (if 'slereiiiitifi ., < ,
)his i to
fen pioiewionaKcrnces public. nat. ly oniii r j and settle the same. OrJ .rs fi mt the w ill themselves
' <
country
: > itsLanier, & C,'. {tuine J. II. pledge toieil nothing but enninearticks. -
_ He is to be found ot the office of l>r- J. 11. Randolph than t'ne inu' 1owc.rful ]repaiataj.is> {.f>'ar: 'ai-ari|. J :Mi l t H.I.NEF.I (. Co. Va. Feb. 7th Ifi37. Collins! jt/onticcllo. W. J. } be punctually tended to, and goods furnished at J. EDWIN STEVA'kTSI.D.17 .
la and I I Bailey, Magnolia.
on Monroe Street.JtfaySf \\ IIiI/IHneolJlulr cure IIICcI'rUllllallllu of Having used Dr. P ters Pillin my practice,' foi; the lowest market price. tf
tuUUHU: ( I 'JUTJJE I HEAD I i the List twelve \V. G. Porter, Apalachicola. Craig, it Ihffiu. St EDWAaDBAgNAgDJ-.
42 ; ncterfaiS: in the 1IlIlIlth".llak pleasure in i\'lllg' The highest prices given for all kinds ofcountryproduce. _
,
; 'i<'kne, ;s iiic.dc-nt,. : to Young l .'! ales j anJ will my lest HhItmi\ of thiii giHid I ellt.s in eases 0: hs- I Joseph.Feb. ALEX. FOU.MY DUVAL. BOOK-BINDERY.
I lie found a cea laIn I Clllt'd! in .ill I cases ..' p(' :-ii, s.ek headache 1'iliom fcveis 3, I S32* (;-v I
A cO%'I'nJ's'r. i.irvoiis j' and other diseisi.s I Tallahassee I April! t23 IR13. 3-tf THE Subscribers
Tallahassee
: and opened a bimeryiu
: debility viuknw ''I| the
ino.-t inijiancd I c. n.titutions. proiluccil by iiiripiir ty ..l tire' I liver.i sot iIIA1LD.PROCLAMATION l
;. ,:'. nation, from the remotest.\ e hnxe had AS a r. in- dy fnr< IIIHII'KuiidMllaiiini itoi'' They arc a sate .UK) uiuu itt lp"rat'lItLei the FOR SALE. and are piepared te, execute all! branches
BY of their
" : but Cf'lumbiis only found out. the lthetiiaiatiiii 'he cii.-aiy! .Iflll Piinmi l best article of business ia as good a sti leas can be done
; ALL way F Uuters: will! time kihd I have ever Ihe.! SEVERAL Light Jersey H'aggon's with har- elsew he-re.
;. .'. B f'>re the time ofiln-: great Sp"uiI Ii be denoni.strated l Iy the use of IIlIe bi>tte.! 7'iic G Eo- C. SCOTT, M. D. John I'. Ia Val, Secretary V acting complete' Alse! two or three horse i ruled
foi
.':.; ,pelple were only! en.l !lcd Li) paddle about usualdos.: .'thsc b.lt is is half \\ inc glass full (iovcrnor of Florida. wa-ons. IFM. H. F/MNCIS. Paper hillS, letters 4c.
." Just with the Lie Jk/edicmcb. The following i is fiom a highly respectable pi inter Particular attenti .n ptid to old bucks
the shares. S3 : ltn I > in wMtcre r wine, alii 1 lhii (IU3I1til he t.iken Dec. :0 '1837. 21-tf re-binding
) i.iay WHEREAS it has been ,
KurkeCo. <;, represented to me that Newspapers Magazines Ac.
Lfirst \ ,
: bat two shoit years MIICO \cnlurcd up m an two or thrc time. a diy, about half an hour before
; unknown ocean, and I Ilay. discovered the piecioiib:. meals, or a less quantity may betaken at all times. Petci's PIII have given them a fair trial ; ASA SMITH, of Ncwnansville. East Florida, THOMAS BALTZELL, The subscribers pledge themselves that all orders -
ofA
charged with the murder BNER DUNN
EGAN
'; object I vaa in bearch -HEALTH. Vecelable ; To those who arc afflicted with aniJi.estlolafLr nearly three d'.zen b.ixci. having been used on my shall be executed with aeatness and despatch.

: medicines were indeed knon, when 1 commenced I meals thfs it biltcrs will proe invaluable, plantation w ithin the last year, and their ad. inis. a soldier 01 the U. States 4lh Infantry, ulledged lo. COUNSELLOR 4-ATTORNEY ATLAW, CUSH.VAN& IIAYWAKP.Tallahasse. .
as ihey have committed in the TALLAHASSEE
and FLORIDA.
;: search. but their use was not. By the use of very greatly increase the act on ofthe trution bus bee;) attended with more success than town Territory aforesaid October 15th, 1837. tO-tf
-y ; mj principal vi: j !, on the 1 1th May instant has made his regularly attend to business in the _
: I hare n>< only passed from the dejected lu I- cera, help them to pnform their functions and ena- e niy medicine I have ever used; and I take pleasure escape WILL of NOTICE.THE .
:
\em j and the
.: ;;: to the bale, hearty an J active man of business, I Ir' ble the stomach to discharge into the Ixwcls whatever '. in recommending them to my friend and Appeals, Superior Courts
Now therefore in of law I do here. ofLl'on. Gadsden, Jackson, and Franklin Counties subscriber has received from Georgia
butcomparatively bptahing, I have renewed my I is offensive. ? Thus indigestion i ii nei II !rs.-l'hcv are handy, safe, and efilcicnl pursuance just
confidence ir. I easily and :, and need buta trial lobe by offer a reward of Two hundred dollars He will be found at his office on the hundred foot rate 50 saw gin, and three of 40 saws
;.:. I cnhu'il my experience :- speedily removed appetite restored and approved.liENItV
" ,
< ; '. youth. advise my dti/.ens.ol'n Docs I oftheabMorleni els the mouths | P. JONIiS. for the apprehension and delivery 01 the said Asa I street East of the Curt House Square, near to his cast steel plate, which he wishes t* sell on accommodaiin -
\ > cleaned
fl:8w e-s being
> nutrition is !
Smith in jail l in the District of East residence unless absent
011 business. Icrms. JOHN ISLER
; VEGETABLE I any Florida professional ;
f7 want
the reader proof I: facilitated. and Jos
: of Prepared
length body and I by Piiestly Peters M. D. at his
o { and .
energy I do
and all Dee. 1837.
hereby
enjoin require magistrate 30. 21 tf miles of TahishasU1Nov.
A buitabletoh ) Eight east
!
MEDICINES are miii'l)
; LIFE sown case ? are the hap| py results. For fUl'lhu pauiru. institution fur the cure of obbtinate diseases by _

-: .., llanon fieatmy office, 307 Broadway, hun I tars MQFKAT'S LIFK: PILLS, aiuil PIKEMX means of vegetable remedies. No. 100 Liberty and of t the peace said officers offender to be rigitani in the apprehension I LESLIE A. THOMPSON. 15, 1817.__IjL

;;\ : let r frfa some .f the most respect aide[ BITTERS! apply al Mr. MoHat's Oflice, No. "Ml Strict, New York. Each box contains 40 pills,- Asa Smith, sometimes known by the of ATTORNEY tf COl/.VSELLOR .IT LAir, TIN WARE.
land name
ctizensofthis voluntarily ofleicd Br"8ll\'ay Mew' York where Price
my nl.u'e the Pills be fifty cents,
can the BiSIfl-
of the% \irtuca .f A GOOD VEGETABLE : obuined for 25 Fulwood, is about five feet seven or eight inches TAU.AHASSKE, FLORIDA: THE subscriber continues to carry os
in testimony : cents, 50 cents e>r $1 box I JCpThcse invaluable to
PilU all **
per ; aie sold wholesale Ware and will at
t and the Bitters for '4t l $ high, light complexion, and well formed. lie has resumed the practice of hi> profession of Tin ?
or wboe
MEDCINE. per boltUKCP'Numerou ; and retail in Tallahassee, at Niw York HAVING either at
. .- hate been cer'ificates ( prices) relations in the lower part of Georgia. It is his attention to businesi have on hand a gener.Iaisortnient,
nearly of the wonderful Slip'osed prompt any
Persons and .
the and be
constituton. of sow
efficacy Drug Apothecary Stores of at e I
K'i! ha lieu he will endeavor to make his to Texas. entrusted to his charge, in the Superior Courts of tbe male or retail, on aa reasonable term
: ruined by the 11 inftliLle" preparations I! may e inspected.: STEW AIU) &. BARNARD escape delivenW* tmy tor. I
of the day, will mo that the Life Medicines In some obstinate: and : and WADDEL. Given under my hand and seal, this 2'.th day Middle District Florida, and in the Court clAp in any Southern market, FRANCIS.
RANDOLPH H-
hl' complicated rases of & LKH'IS.: of May' :. JOHN P. DU Tallahassee. WM. .
and such only' arc the true course to per- chronic und inflammatorv IMienmati-ni. Liver AUd for Sale in Montiecllo by A. W1RICK. VAL peals.Office. workman,

, : maenqotx; health. JOlN.\OlTo\1. Complaints Fever and .gue. Dysjiepsia) PaNy, In Uumry, by Dr. DAVIDSON. Secretary and Acting Governor of FloridaKLMOT'S 17.on 1838 the south side of Washington Square.Feb. 28. all P.articles S. Hating will be made now aa to >"Jer in the above line,

: Pih-s, injuries from the use of mercury qu'nine, And on inquiry( can he had in all the principal CORN CUKE. and all Job work done without delay, either m the

e'7' GENERAL REMARKS RELATIVETO MOI'fATS and o'hcr diseases of Long standing, it .nay be town in Florida Georgia and Alabama.: ELLIOTS PLASTEIthiasbeenuse.j witji RICHARD G. WELLFORD. sheet iron business. \V H. F,
:" LIFE PILLS AND PHCENIXBITTERS. found to take both the Life ;trlle careful and DR. tinware
necessary PiIU and enquire for Pertns1 Yaa E- success : And wherever it has ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT Air, Jin.6. 1838. -
Pa .
-nix
the Bitters TABLE I'II.LI.May
In the doses before recom been -
., been known introduced has superseded the use of other TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAWILL -"
medicJnts have long and mended.N. .
12ih 1838.
Thee appreciated FOR SALE.
LAND
e' and 40-if reriedics for the cure .f'orns. attend'
business
immediatepowenof
for their extiaordmary regularly to in the
"' I B.-These Pills and the Bitters will git .ill A few applications will entirely remove the larg- sell tract of Land consIsting of 330

::; \ under restoring nearly perfect every kind health of,disease t* persons to which suffering mercury out of the sys'cin infinitely faster than the STEWART k BARNARD rat corns, and prevent further pain. of Appeals, and in the Superior Iwill *, 170 my in a high state of cultivation, wto

. human frame liable. Lest picpaivtions e.f Sarsaparilla, and are a certain Tiicc 50 cents per box, with directions for use. Courts of Leon, Gadsden and Jefferson Coun food gin )OUS. and screw, a iafficianc y of ne/fro/
the :
"I hundreds of certified instances they. remedy for the rushing of blood to the 'he-d.. HAVE just received from New York nn'l I Bal For Sale in Tallahassee, nt the Drug; Store of ties. Office N. E. Corner of McCarty und cabins, and provisions enough to supply the plait
I many or all! violent headaches tic douloureux t.c.-AII a fresh supply of DRUGS & mile
I rescued luffcrers from the MED. WADDEL, RANDOLPH & LEWIS. Menroc sts. Ution the flrrt year. The land is sitnafed 8
_" even very verge; persons who are piedisposed to apoplexy palsy IUINES.-Also 'ANCY ARTICLES, Perfumery May 18th. 1838. 41.tf| the Micasakec road and tdjow
:. fan untimely grave, after all the deceptive nostrums April 7, 133S S5tfLEON from Tallthassee.on
I' and GUss
Ac. should Druggest's Ware.
1 never be without the Life Pill or the All of which they Immediate pa"
and others.
t of tbt day have had permanently utterly, failed secured; and to that many Bitters, for one dni in time will save life. They warrant to be .f good quality. ,STORAGE, STORAGE, dec. COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT lug,ion Mr.will Loiimer U given. Pur terms apply to fluval asl
thousands they uniform
without which life itself equalize the ciiculation of the blood, and draw Among their assortment may be found the (oh. THE Subscriber has taken the Store formerly! Richard Hayward, 1vs. Hutehina. TallahasseaB.. AJan. CHAPPEL.2tf.
i. enjoyment ofb.atlh. ? valuable
all from the head lowing popular medicines
t bst a partial blessing.) So great,indeed has their pressure restore pcir.jiiraiioB" HOUCK'S PANACEA : by J. B. Peachy Esq., at Saint MO Ch.acery. 6. 1838,
j i < and throw off the Marks and will
impurity of
,t_, e5eYlnnrbyaQ in'alibly.' proved, that it skin every. by pores the SWAIM'S do attend 10be Storing and Thomas Jefferson Green, ) _

.p acareely I. nmalulU5 to those INDIAN do forwarding ofsuch articles as may be assigned IT appearing to the satisSactionfIbe C.urt thai DISSOLUTION.

", ; wh were with tho beautifully philosophical Beckwith's to his care. By diligent attention to hU business I. the defendant, Thopas Jefferson Green is not OmHE Co-partnership heretofore exisU "Br

,;.' I principles uncuant upon which, they are c npovnd.d IMPORTANT NOTICE. Potera'Anll.Diheus Dyspeptic and and Xui-Bilious Pills, he hopes to obtain a liberal share of public un inhabitant of the United States North America 1 the name of DUVAL & HOTCHIMS, w this "I

and upon which they consequently .>t Pcrs.n> using the Life Mcdiciuu :, arc advised QAllighan's Fever&"Ague Dyspeptic Fills l IUII, Patrona-r. WILLIAM H. AJAT/JERS. but a Citizen of th* Stare or Province of Texas, dissolved by mutual consent All persons lavingdemands

,. it wu to their manifest and &nlibl" pu.lirying to take the Pills at night, in sufficient quantities lo Chapman's Dyspeptic Pills St. Marks, May 19 41 ills ordered by the Court that if the said defendant rgainst said concern will present them to..

the springs and channels tf life,and endu.infUmarenttvM operate two or three time on the bowels in the Itvand'a Tonic Mixture and, Anti-Bilious 1I6 USE AND LeT FOB SALE. Thomas Jefferson Green does not appear and witej. FOaMY BCVAL, who is fully authon d 1

tone and vigor, that they were course of next day. Also, take a table ponnful Jucfkins Ointment for ulcers and old Pills, answer the bill of complaint filed by' said RichardHay settle all debts due by the concern. And all l4

j Ifl4Ib41dtoftbeirnameWhiChWII bestowal of the Bitters half an hour before each meal.- Together with a sores, THE undersigned will sell her HOUSE AND warft, .n or before the third day of the net 1 indebted will make payment to him. -

t at the spontaneous reueohcclal 8pndem Far those of a delicate: or enfeebled constitution proved Patent Medicines great variety of the most ap situated in Calhoun street opposite Novermbcr term of this.Court, lo be held .in the ALEX. FORMY DUV'La

wbM lives they obyiolYIYd. half the quantity may be sufficient.P3 Also, WINE? k DuANDY, the dwelling of R. B. Kerr Eq. Tot terms, ap city ofTallahaue, ip th* Territory of Florida, the ,W. J. HOTCHINS.

r1 '; The proprietor rejoices affor ?:" above valuable Medicines ire for **!e, quality, selected expressly fir the, tf use g very of the superior sick. ply U the subscriber the premisei. fame will be taken U con1Uaed,and the decree will Tallahassee, April t3d. 1838. ;

u.dbthssaivs diffusion oftlie daily in this City,at the Drag Store of Pyroligoeous Acid for' LEAU BRYAN. be entered against him according to the prayer of

r )lacinC his VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS within VfA DDEL RANDOLPH <. LEWIS. tfeats. curing and preserving _May 19 41PRINTING said bill o( complaint. By order of the Judge:, tsdayeaslaoaOimsrtut1I .

L th knowledge aid reach of every & !i in the Also by SH'AIJtf MADDEN. Bu Marks and other Thoma Rand_fi. TIIOS. DUVAL, Cl'k, ,., j'WEbavs lIaslOICEYTER and KEEN. 0w 11*
coBHtunity.,. Unlike th, host of p. -nicious quack T.IIahaieeMayl nib, f38 Cgpning\ surgical insarumcnu.&c. 4c. of evtry description, ntat By L. W. D. S7UNE, Den. C&V Grocery and Provision builDeR. VILLIA)1 CNTtZ
41-ly'r. 12th
$ 1833
ee, May 4CMJin ly executed at this ofct Februarys, 1838-2-6m Jan 1,138 33 tf JOHN 3-! !

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