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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 4, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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acknowledged by all an on* of the fcrecmt, waltal

-; rat, most patriotic, aalboMe. of fit*C6afe4srac .

1$ published THE within every ihe FLORIDIAN Saturday-,at or FIVE FOUR Dollars Dollars per il f TH i: : rLOR in A \ brightert American* in B.the puhiks wmstejlsijen,-.- h wi1in.,of't1thit gLb..

wnntn in,tdTMce.paid year, through the frld of Hmf kvumave i hstha.r.Her Mn

paid inserted at One Dollar per are bteUifvnt, wtiiotie> indtubien satitiig
ApNWTtsEMCim less for the first maraud brave, and virtuous-.her 4nzz. rtba u 4
lines
or ,
fifteen
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ire insertion wlsb i.% d more than can'fce
//If cents for each subsequent 1I and
marked with the number o! LAISSEZ NOUS PAIRK. If 1za & atiMI-.i

I erlistmcnis not will be continued until forbid, various,* y,*tecku4lHU ky.4iaI Sr.
2 lions required her airrknkaral and commercial rtsoorcee.
charged (or. then is to check orped -
What
will a Q scarcely devtloptd -
connected *
busiaesi
the Editor on QEar
ters to 111iUsbL:
u *her march onward and opwardVto.the proud
I stablishment, must be post paid.Tallahassee station U> which we aspire T Naught,but the apeikj,

dole received from the federal i A reference to constitution, will show this oh- the intelligence to devise means of redress which i People and of the Legislative Council for an supineness, and indecision of Floridians themaelve*,
soon find the beggarly in Middle and Went Flor.
July 5h, 1333.i and federal honors and ..cotinntndai j jPction acquires no support from it ; end is in truth, will ensure our triumph. additional judicial district when questions like the prevent sues. Your polW.
SIR :- treasury; for the dctetsti<.n- but a paltry quibble of pre-determined opposition.The .- Fellow citizens! Fear not, deprecate not any con ida-to allow ns a Territorial Senate,-to permit cal destiny, and that of your children Fellow Citizens
wvHcving that the publication of your rdJres; i are a po>r recompense the of the 3d section of the 2d article of the constitution test which can ensue between you state government the People, or the loral legislature, to choose the u in your own hands. Snail *e TaJV>w oof opponents
effect in Florida the scorn-tho contempt- pity, community authorities fo Executive officers, and to notice other jost claims
4th will have a practical good when organized, and the TerriUrial the least foundation..in truth,
the "bhall to with
lo ,
or around him. In a free, enlightened, and virtuous prescribe that the representation Congress have from time to time say
Airnisli that .
to to the constitutional and petitions, we pre.ferred. '
chosen melted the
delegate
you Your hare
wouM request Florida
respectfully that the of
we the several States according supremacy. sultry summers
,
of such be apportioned .
the force of
community, public opinion on among doubtless wishei Now, just an we are on the eve organizing
cou.sut enervated
for that convention will your stem- of fathervhaf e r
> purpose. numbers lo be estimated in patriotism oav
copy their ,
to respective
is efficient than mere legislative after haTiTadopted
servant'VM. subjects generally more the of tin our state government- we
obedient in formation the
Your manner-that a decennial enumeration and obey your instructions, public spirit;-lhat we esjr. morel.for prtic.eofcottoua *
fChl.S.l'1S.s1131.EY. \ enactments.In a cpecified of the state all incipient measures for it sforma11whenthey of mechan.ical .
\ H. constitution and organization government avails Merchandize,or
I the fith article of tho treaty of cession, the shall be had in such manner as Congress shall by will have been perfected probably before the crops,
the the
I TVIicii adopted, by consequence, new government or professional labor,than political right, or
faith thai the inhabifar.fi law direct,-that the number representatives the Court
FISHER. JCt.mVf.JAMnSA.HKRTIIKLOT.I United States plight Ihlir formed the consent new- Senate-hold iU tint session, or new of
been
A. A. will have by coilimion principles of civil liberty? and that.the vigor
each Stale
I IF tht territories tcAic Us Cathulie Majesty shall not exceed one for every 30,009bsit both these favors with 'unwonted
I ff and the united efforts of the whole pcqile ot Florida its first term ; arc intellect,and strength of virtue,which neive to manly
HAYWAUD. Uniltd Sate this treaty, ihali 6"incoTlweted / skull hare at least one rrp/escnta.ire.n It was intended Whence this extraordinary -
ceded thc ly
RICH'P. J to lilnnality extended to us
ie
that
F nuti'lmIzisi of the and upon principle your judgm>!ji, experience and patriotic deeds, and which diadag aa
t-hould be the
United that 30,000
into tlie Univn of II.e Stain, and for al thjw'particnlar
us -
consideration regard
UVstrotl Ji., l\ will have Concession northern ancestors
and approved. evidence
I) \ patriotism our more
: James the allowance ever-enduring
declared law but to
, consistent irish the principles oj gereral ratio by this born affection? Is it
e
AS SOON oi may and compromises between tho different sections of crisis I Whence new had become weakened, and dissolve beneath the
the federal constitution ; and admitted la the enjcy"menlofa.lllkfpririlegei each slate to -
and those diverse opinions sought I ha.w
( N. have that numbir time Territory entertaining rays of a southern-son I trual- you require
I hvc written mt from the loose general nU(*,iiicd I rights, and immunities considered requisite lo even there must of necessity be, but i it is not to be abandon their resolution-to reconcile them yet Ion. no such reproaches to awaken or excite yoa to
.
Ike United Slates.Vcprcdicatcour member of the republican family.lh -
the 1th, as fth- citizens of to continue a disfranchisement ? And
of speech on their hurnili.iting '
tuc delivery doubted thai the new when organized, ger to resolved that bide
inc, Itt my of either government duty. You have-already
?
if the your
aid; on that occasion alII \ claim to become a sovereign j %% any one contend that population will sell their heritage-will they part with
tvhat I freshness "
jrly a I i-e asyoi qui-f. I'ur.iuheJ tlicF.! liuori oft tic Slate, upon the i immutable principle*of natural JUP- one of the old thirteen Stales, oroi.o since admitted youth, but strong in the confidence and affections their birth right, for this miserable mess of pottage? bration of tho may liberty abafl.be seilizehs
Horidiau with a I havalitteJ lice and right,- the stipulation nf the treaty should by pestilence, or otherwise, 14 detreaseil tu served apprenticeship Ldjth4ayofAmericzn
atrhrtun and copy.) upon of true Floridian. Its officers and agent After having failhlully an State of Florid t But reso-
eiic for inJucin I have and the doctrines on which less than 30000, she would thereby lose her representation every : ofl/miaovenign
my prefamtory rcma-ks apoU quoted ; upon selected by ourselves, or those to whom we may delegate more thun one sixth of a century,for stato govern utonawerc1ttAlkMtTfect nothing without.etL.
on that day because the federal cont.litu1.ioti is based. Wo then demand ill Congress or reuse to be a member of b.- off with Territorial -
a politcal subject the appointing power, will bo entitled, in ad- ment will they now consent to put a. Action is ineffectual without syslem.union,riplaacimd
fldtttnng manner in which my address was re- to be admitlod into the Union un an equal fooling the confederacy ? Shou'd the bo expelled from the rancr, und doubtless will receive, our respect, out Senate that Congress may abolish or refute a settled modCoH tioi4<< tbcn.ji4'it

vi d, aiul nutscqucnt rcfl-cti ha a li>ficd tucu with the other States, not only tx'Canso such course Union, and a pro-consulsr government instituted confidence, and our liberal Whether we to pay next session ; and servo another term in a firmness Hecuion and a zed
,
for inaMnjras-ubjert-o$ vital'y' int-rwo". n wiih iq i the dictate of wifdom! sound polity aiul patriotic for her regulation ? No Situ would remain a member shall bo admitted to a full participation support. of all the ad. condition abased! and abasing vassalagn? iromptneiw To tern rize brio at thin crisis, wDneard t.yieU.--.
> ,
treat pi inciplcs of civil Libnty mi'l ih rights feelinj1; hot berau such incorporation is i inrrtglit/ in full communion, entitled, to !icr seuulors amid4alle vantages of the confederacy .r not, Ihe local government But the! most ominous measure that has boon contrived px all paltry awry considerations. Supprptty.persoaimI4isputes.
.f Florid the Viitmeol'Mi'h dis -uurs1ano'.ogy secured the and unrifitirflrri) plrd ein representative, perfectly roi.-'islent with the retard the formation 'of party
i to wish
the pi'pie : .should have U-eu nude. the t. ea/i/, and imperatively required to carry the I principles,"* my by virtue of tho erprtxx Irrmi rid'the our amou Ht us, (I am snti.sriid there is not) so barren a state government, is the bill reported during last fail: Provulence favors right. We should1 bvoke

Very respectfully. principles of the constitution into effect.Il constitutional com pact. Unless some distinct of patriotism, so devoid ot'that prido one of the e$'. month iu ihe lions*)of Uepre cnlativos of tho United that aidwtthoijt which human efforts are rain
Your obedient servant, iMcoi.ccdvd i that one &,tho* primary and fun- reslriclion as to the.impn, of ncir States without States Mr. Bronton, from the committee on Ter.ntori.'s .
scntial characteristics of an honest man, that he by and if we exert ourselves as become us, depend;aon *-;
J. WKSTCOTT, Jr. dmriil tilijects of th federal compactas to shell popnlili 'ii, ei: ii be found in iho constitution, further adniiitvion. The
our
hmed! o-tfiu-iMy will Wit.
can bo enticed when such crisis lias arrived. to it, Ihe next return of this anniversary
.. Com iiiief tic. each STATK equal riffhU!, powers; and privjilexes ilrlearly follows that; thr-snre: rules and princii.Iesapply. lo doubt his most zealous
The ceeure to office, or exercise authority in opposition, he will freymdq of oiir Delegite! not ne's the tannerof own State, throughout iti
July H.TRACT. ; but another utid ot' ai high importance, was | Kstiihli the position that th( re is a distinction most assuredly reap in bitter regrets time fruits of his effort.-*,have, and will be exerted to tffrct ateratioiiii borders, flinging its i silken folds to the breeze, side
md-iilti'i' ritizen oflhc republic, i i whatever between the ild and thc 7iov Slalom, and thecoristitutri'.l made tolerable
tlul which this bill bo p-rhap
every and selfishness. However he by may side with stripeaaiidltats.42t4all
potent mn.iyr..gard by those. glorionf
:1 the ADDKKSrS of Mu. WESTCOTT, rm'Milicmiijht he ioc'f.hoIlId i 14 rendered unequal and i"-i- folly entire
: from section of the compact the backing federal authority, time attempt t'j the People, or that lid nny cans.its thn privileges of American citizens, and the in.
I it tho Court II 'i en TVlalit-wce. July *1, Iftt. alsiit-njoy equal immunities, rights, and privileges i[
tn the formation of a Stale IJovernmesit in with Ins* ie'iio-.v ( it iitTIS. Tlie cromises arid con. can hf a niRmi>er of t'in! roiifrderacy. eonvistcnt will must certainly! c'ltise him, ultimately illih -r.ilclv propoif-d by thu con: -,mittu-, evidences by us, and firmly secured to'our posterity I -
:"Urida.Yn foMoj.; made in the fiiriUdtinn <,f the Coii..tilutKin, vuh the principles! of tin- (-iilutionf'-if by subject bi covered with disrrraeflami frhame. What will their hovtility to flisn-gard ofomir feeling'. wi h05 -

interesting and im[ 'trtautonoth in the hi-lo- were t'j thv>e end*. The* v.iriou checks! and balance its decrease her right an: iit>t f'rt.ited-if nri% nf to be the character of tbe Tcrntoriil government,i if attempted and rights. Iu jiiofeinng to aid us. i* nothing iu CHILDREN1-WHAT ARE THEY,?

}f rioridd. ii i al hauJ. The fie i"'v'!O of lliisrriti *, F inn of f which. In a mperfiLul observer, may the original: thirteen m i'r one of ihe t newly ndmittrd to ho conliiiueil 1 IV'e are told in the iui. i it.favor.. H'hen Jaco'jobtained! his tathcritLlcsbing of the nwri. 'Men

ryhave by a lci 'iie .aj irily, declared.; In* regaidcd as departing from llicne rulic uill States, can tinder: such
t the tune IIUH arrived when hoy t-li
prerogative ui S( :'f i povrriHiieiit. They. tiave all be tound ti ti'ii'J dsref.tly to their tibiiment.! | I r'ftricliiri: is adduced.) ti.ire fin !te no ilation of the content of the governed." This consent is thnlif skins of the kids of goats, to sunblo his brother, often dove mod with this array of words! .
ided llial in the r&crcibo of tlioir rightful |> wcrs W.nlo on llmoil'j Inmllhey nll'or-1 full M entity tlut any rule or pr'nciple! or any iin-'iiiMsienr'y in ail- blood of nKso'-iitioii of communities for and doceivo his aged blind arid rick paront. Isaac
expedient that tlie present form ()government a Xtatt cannot .nfirr anv ircum tanccs, have un. milting or incorporating us a* a new rotate, ol- every All syMtums not founded upon it I w.ts rlioatetJ.! IJiit the people of thu Territory are Yet how insensible we are to the profound

Florida *h.*ulJ be eh.uigeJ; and to adopt tiniu dij a weight or inf.ui'MPi-: tho federal rutinnls; they thougiio may be M-iT.l.irly: fi'naicil. The only part government.'ire dcjvjti.zi. Such} will be the Tcrritoriil government -m iifilhT iit! :ktrj by age, or blind, or eufcebLJ by [philosophy they enwrap. The sublime.'

...; <> of the Uj> Uruliori il" t'7'; ';, that} ; llny'j aI... guuantce that no eilizrn sh.ill be denied just of time constitution! rclittmmg' lo the admission of new ,"if its continuincu in [icrp-trat.d -fter we tickn' rf'. Th y will not be deecived.! They have and astonishing truths' .' Uttered every"

uUi intitule a HUIV goxernnifnt, laying its participalion i i tli'* li'ijsLt1.ii i l
"foundation oil Kiicli |triuoipl<*hjiiid organizing its and properly i is tulj-vt, or a voice in !,_ rovern.meiil *- merely, that new State may be adnctled,: by the will bo its 7 Tho consf nl of tlie people Ix-ing I's.iti: the voic',im tinvoica of Jacob. Th itnpo.-i- day in our hearing, set before our eyes at

.1 sjwers in Midi lorui, as to them tlull M.-em nio&t"Lkelv ti winch! he rondeis, allegiance. So fir from ('ciiaresB into the Liuon," I ul when creali.d mil of withdrawn power, it will only consist ol*abo.it a corporals lure i U dttvtd7'hev! will nol accept this bill if every step of our journey tliroutzh life written -

"i tu ctfetl llicir safety? and happinc-ciO'; They. our h'voming a member of tIm...w cor.lederary ... p< rlions '.f old >late', their legi'-Iaiures must con gaird of pcnsioiKTo of i tcJcial bounty, judges without it sho'iUb-'coni'salaw! but the rentable, I over all the monuments dEarth upon
'* ?lue re* lvcd t<. carry their detino-i into ( ft (i.- 1: pcoii'.iited! by; an}' principle of tho cotiNiiiuli"n, our cent. The restriction or distinction dues not exi". lawvers, part'n'ri, juries, or witnesses; gcicras! shall recfict thrir hle-ning. If suci law gliould be

9 Their dio-.eu lepit-lat'irc, m il.cdunre t< their tx- condition under a Ternlor'ul rmerunu-.nt is totally !fourp
pre Mjd will, have runrtcd laws now in course ofcutcutniii i inconxibti-nt with its princip'es.' We ar in n men not Cu ate an imperative bar to our admii-sion. It even aiJs-de-catnp ; and an Executive without ale.gislature troy ill prospect ofa stat? government in Florida upon the temples and the pyramids.the

fr that purpose. Uclciritca arc to LeffcclrJ sure disfranchised. Our inubl importint, valuable, is not howcxcr u-Tosarv lo ci-tilird lo this extent. or it'such a faction could be induced to fur many year It places our right to organise a and the sepulchres of departed Nations
throughout tin* fc.rlt'.ry. who aro to org.in.no arid doarot, rivil and political 'lights, pnvilcr(>hand -. Although it has been impotable m many of the congregate, one whose onactiivnta would have a. stitc rovcrnmcnt, and aUo to be admitted into the places

linn new form of{lovermui'tit, and a time and immuuities," as American < itiziiis and in fact counlic*, (owing to the dii-liirtied stale of the country bust tint force and ru'ipiict of old King Canute' commands i Union, upon principles and grojirls the rightfalnessof upon all the doings of the past and

;jilace have been npjxjinlcd for their convocation.tvery .- I ns itRMiiUcri) of society, are while in this condition, occasioned by the war, and thin leiiijvjrary uhtence to the waves of the oi'ean Hat fur the Uiigu. which we contebt. It imperiously dictates certain the Present, as with extinguishable Lire,

: arrng"iiunt vcary to secure a just and E.t nbyaiLe.'t! have tio voice or influence ill he of great numbers ot"mr eit'uens willi their t which th; pitiable condition of such an ohjoct preiiiikinary measures to be adoples" and niles to be and sounding for ever and ever in the
equal influence t( the different sections of the Territory selection; of (IlI' CtS of the National (; verriniLMit. faiiulie* und >.Lat .s. driven from their homed by (lie must excite, it would be tli3 subject of c ,mmon dori observeJ, by the conslilutional convention before it

and HA whole) population, have !..cn tnad.Te ...-.-, | Our proxy \VnKhinlrictcd to the priv- tire brand end tomahawk of the sarages;) to pri ion-thu laughing block of the whole community. proceeds to funn a i-tate constitution, which are inconsistent unapproachable solitudes of the Future!

qiustii'it it settled that I'1,.iiLs skull becini-e aSlaff. I ilegc of bejr ing* for allowance of jul claims,-for cure full and i iiuilete: returns of thin population, I What an interesting spectacle to witness the mighty with the character of such convention Yet heard with indifference, read without

The Irummcla and rralrnutb Congressional j recognition of our just rights or rcdros of grievances yet tho>e already iccejved, atford data from, which federal government, acting a* mother nurse to the dmaructiveitsubumuitted to, ofits proper attributes, emotion and repeated from month, lo
guardiin!>hii| and *iiiervi| inii upon our local lesjilitiun *- ; and of fruitier rruutm-trancc. and ineffectual we cull estimate thai il will amount lo about 49000 miserable skeleton like deformity-seeking by quarterly and founded upon principles hostile to the rights of ,

are to he shaken utf. Thu power of Federal crumbling when justice is delayed ur denied. lie souls' Deducting two-till hs of the slave population administration of treasury pap to keep it alive, the people, by whose sovereign authority it is to bjassembled. mouth, day after day, and year after year

ippjinlnienl to our local t1i'eic. executive, judicial, )UH no vote on any subject. Thoseuho havo not wenhall have about 41000, rtUmated according It. and striving to cover the squalid, emaciated, rick It violates a cardinal rule of republican without a suspicion of their deep meaning

cinl and military, ix to be uUru-jaled. Our depend- felt nnd experienced, ase have and do daily, the the rule pre crihed iy l tic! couxtilution. The population elty abomination, with a cornnr of the mantle of national institutions in subjecting a majority consisting of3C of their transcendent of their
nee on the quarterly eleymosenarv .tipmd] of the degrading distinction between our situation, und will doubtlees be increased considerably this dignity and honor.!! : ; delegates to the control ofa minority of 19, and importance,

\'aliunal Government, for the payment of thcic uffi.err' I tilt of tho citizens of the States, cannot properly entimate fall, and especially, if, us we liop and trust, the administration Fellow Citizens I have thus spoken on this sub when too this minority may not represent more than imperishable Iwauty. And why? The

i ii to bo renounced ; and, in a few martin1, tlfr privileges denied us, or know how galling ,and the officers iLe'cttarc energetic, ject, because, that in the recent conduct of some of one tenth of the whole people! Il fetters and clogs language is too familliar the apparent

FLORIDA, controlled only by her just obligations, to the honest piidc of a freeman, and how mortifying and close the Indian war this summer ; but I have the citizens of one section of Florida, and in late our admission into the Union with restrictions and and natural for

dulicc, and relation to tier republican uler States, to his feeling', it is to be in such condition.Tho no idea the increase will make up the deficiency for acts congressional legislation,or attempted legislation conditions, some useless, idle and unnecessary, and signification too simple ,

will eland furlh "torere'gn,free and inlepcndanl i"' whole Fyttein colonial regulation i is at war two or three years to come, and when the next general it ia believed there is to be seen evidences originating obviously in lamentable ignorance of our the excited understanding of tbe multitude.

Who will gainsay our right thun to decide, and with the fundamental principles of the Constitution, ralio is fixed, I have little doubt wo rlrall be of a determination to oppose and thwart by all sorts of country and its people; or shameful carelessness or There is no curtain to be lifted, no veil

llioi to act Who hae Ifgitima'.o authority te pro. repugnant to the cardinal maxims of republican behind it. We ohould not therefore abtndon the i means, as will covert and sinister as open and uncon- inexcusable indolence,-others illiberal and some hands of
? \Vill% it be of free just litutions. i- rule or of wholly inadmissible. Especially do we object to the to be rent as with grants, no zone
tubitun, and to enforce the prohibition g contended that the Federal Government p-MfCiincn Unyirlding ncce.-sity in the only excuse fr principle entitled to weight, that our population being the 1'cople of Florida. A portion of the citizens of condition allowing us to organize a state governmant loosened, no mystery to the expounded

I.hiiiathoriiy-.thatCungress have the ri;hl to control its CKlahln-hment, or its continuance, and uhen hat a few thoosandii Ices than the present or any Limo DuUict of East Florida,it u said have rcinonBtrated only if we shall havo a population 47,700 "federal afar off as in the language of another

UK on thix subject T The all potent arm of necessity ceacc-x.i.uchlgoveriiiiient should cease with future ratio of representation, Joes not impai' or to Cungrest, against the organizition of a numbers." With & distinguished citizen of Florida deciphered
}'e
been removed or conciliate*!,) migJit.vfit ly searching for rettriclions against our becoming or when it i is organized to demand admuxion, with Vest and South Florida persist in their efforts to remove doubt nol say "II prejudges oar rights, il invades nothing but what any body

: could be xercied. peihaps be eatnpetent to a Stale, und a member of the confederacy ; every equal right and privilege. i ,lo tlio Union. As to tho$K/irkW o.dea1 control,that they may be I them-and it in not to bo tolerated." might understand it they would; and there
coerce us into temporary tubmivKion to any form of ouud repulicau, and just nnd liberal minded man, our right to farm a Stale gorernmenl il is repeated, separated from us, and with South Florida, formed The people of Florida have a plain and strait
remembered caied
goYeinmenl that capricious injustice and doFpotum and friend of liberty, should pursue a Contrary it rests on higher grounds than mere conventional into, and remain a distinct territory. Although it 'course to pursue. Our lost legislature with wise fore nothing to be or

might dictate; but the employment of forco tor huchpurpOM course. He should favor the object-srtk to obvi- stipulations paper or parchment. Il is based on is believed at least four-fifths of the entire popalx. forecast, refused by a decided vote, lo lei the convocation for. I

?, would be repugnant to the immutable pnncii ate difficulties, durire to remove impcdimeni, and the more elevated and immutable rules of natural lion of Florida, are now in favor of a state government ot'thie constitutional convention, be any wise You have but to aboard for half an

: >L of rijeht op<>n which Ike lieptibiic i is b-ixcd ; und pleasure in adding unolhir link to the golden right and justice,-.--on the indestructible principles -although in the decision of the question in dependant on the consent or sanction of Congress.It go
and buds act of t\ runny c> bo recognized u* a .I/ay Ifc37lhey had juit their weight and influence- > declared that the fict of our population being more hour, in pleasant weather, or to throw

the face ot the present generation of American of thiMbroad empire together. Plain and manifeH mei.tber of the Republican league, is founded on the although they hod like power in the Legislative council or less than the congressional ratio, has no effect up- open your doors or windows on a Saturday

Freemen. The decision of the quection of Stale f-hould be the probihilion arbitrary and imperative treaty-.on the constituiiou, and on the principles when the question was brought up, before and t on our right to organize a sUto government, or lo be afternoon if live where in
Goverimeitl u&ccta only (/urtrhe ,-it cnunol operate the irrstrirlive jirovi.-ion, cuZ.iit and iiiuurinouutahlc the latter was established, lo perpetuate. Thc; since the decision by the popular v 'to, and in every admitted into the Union. It provided for the formation you any

.. injuriouxly upon the rights, or unjustly upon the argument-, and uiiheriding, anJ controlling arc nol with lie Xalicnal government que.-tiuns of field allor respectful audience lo, and consideration I ofa state government a.u separate and distinct the nnighborhood of a school-house, or a

the interests of any other community ; and, it there the principles, which should restraIn an Americnncilizen mere, policy! or expediency. Tite ri4hit to ecde ontbo.a of all they wished to preter, were met by overwhelming measure, from our application for admission ; and vacant floorwith here and there patchof

fore, pcrlaina to u alon). We arc the exclusive) from yieloing his assent, or withholding Inn points (and on whie.ii only time number of our majorities against them; yet disregarding the I whether tho bill alluded lo is passed aa il now is, or in it and steal behind
judgciofourcapab&tiLy to aissuiiic, and of(he time aid, to liberate us from our present humiliating population can have influence) belongs to us, and cardinal principle of acquiescence in the fairly expressed not, we should elect our delegates, organize the convention green, or a dry place ;

4 ahiea, and the manner in which, we will asu&ne, thraldom. not to Congress. We luve decided. Congress ii i I decision of tho majority, upon which republican frame and adopt the state constitution, and the curtains, or draw the blinds, and

that' equal hlation towhicli the laws of nature and Why should it be Fought to continue us in this not to reviso our decision,but t<> fulfill! th.; "lrcjty iiutilutions are based,they are yet discontented. establish the state government according tho provisions let the fresh wind blow through and
If form ? Is to the vvhicii has received the sanction of both This not satisfied unless they and directions of our own laic, without reference -
; "nature'* God entitle us. JUT present degrading condition it any advantage pledge meagre minority are through chambers of ear for a few
guTerniuent it inefficacioun for the maintainance citizens of the StalesVhy| should we he debarred houses,-of.ttio llej>rcsentativts by repualed laws rule-unlebu their peculiir notions and views arc acceded to those of such act Congress whensoever your

and protection of our lights and pnulcjjes,-if under equal participation in, and enjoyment of, the bless enacted in pursuance >f thin treaty, i founded upon to-unless they con dictate to time majority they may conflict with paramount rights. Such minutes, winnowing the dust and scattering

it, we cannot nj'iy them fully, it ib"our rijrbl,4' ingri purchaM'd by the toil and blood of our coininoi il; and of Ihu Senate in the same manner* and by and unlpsis all who differ with them in their own section act Congress caiiuffjrd Us no aid, or be of the least the cobwebs that have gathered there

stid our duly," ** to alter and abolish it." aiul (purumj fuihcrM of the Revolution ? No sufficient aiifwet express ratification oflhc treaty itself. and in all other parti of the Territory yield to I benefit lo us. Our rights are not founded upon it, while and lo! will
asleep
and it may bo regarded as altogether, a work of you were you
further the language of thu Declaration ufludcpendanci can be given to these questions, and every righteous Fellow Citizens! Although upwards of nineteen them. They have undoubtedly abstract right to gratuitous
) "to throw it oil," arid provide new and correct thinking mm, must denounce tin years have elapsed since that treaty was signed, retnonstrath against and petition for whatever their I supererogation. find it riDging with the voices of children

r gusrd1 for our future becurity" by the organization continuance of the prohibition, to be an oulrag there maybe those, who resorting to false facts and fancy may suggest,but uii treating their fellow eit. I tho The next asu few and mouths conduct, will of lure the people of effect Florida for at play, and all live with the glimmering

of one more congenial to our \vifl*c upon the principle.? natural justice and right. spurious reasons' if they cannot find others, will laces of the oilier sections in a becoming manner-isjit looting upon
their future character ami coalition and intluonce phantasmagoria leap-frog prison-base
,
Concede that the ex pcniten of a State Govern- The fact is well known, that the government 01 not foil to find excuses for not fulfilling this pledge $ co.nsi-.tent with orthodox republican principles, or may -

,...,i._ui,, .-.... fur _a time be uiiijuuin.. ..- 1, is our eXclil- ;;ftin was induced in no unal! degree to tho ce siotof i Some may effect to beliuvo our term of probation (sound niles of political action, to prefer such novel the lestiny of our; posterity for donturies. or knock'up-and-sketch.

live cur.uinf rrn. Wc bear the burthen: Othew Lave the Floridas, by the consideration that a large has not been sufficient-that we require further and application fa Congress, under such circumstances, The present is a criuis which demands thit every Let us try the experiment There! I

no pnvikje of dictation as to tle price we may I portion of the inhahilanU of both provinces, were continued tutoring in the school of colonial degradation mid at such a crisis I Does not such conduct bolokeu gooi citizen should exert his best efforts for the disI have the windows I have

ebwso to for the exerci of the light of elf warmly in favor of being attache. I to the United I to teach us the principles republican freedom a disposition and feeling, which should weaken I semination, establishment and support of sound prin. opened drawn

goreromenU pay We need not their ei4,'or their coun- Slalea; amid it is also true, tlut this wislj few weeks is decide
of
sti, to accomplish tbe o'ject-nor will their effort was excited by a .u ranees of their leingtpecdily discover facts and arguments, an true, honest, wise, 'subsisting between us I : for tho, weal lo questions ourselves momentous and those im- sound of little voit es afar off like 'sweet
\Ve are the Hole admitted into the Union as a State, made by our the act nf refusal will be. That and and po.-t or woe who
to rrevent or retard it, rebtram us. and patriotic, as Under Limo Spanish English governments, 1 como after us. Its will bo of the most uncontrollable bells jangling .' Nearer and nearer come-
powers
judge ikhcthtr tho axiicrted all powerful and salutary vlalosmcn, officers and citizen, in every manner confident reliance upon Iho honorable and faithful until the cession to the United States, East and and

protectjn,flowing from the great central yes- calculated to inspire confidence. Hence the clause I redemption of this pledge which induced many of West Florida wcro separate and distinct communities thj whole body of plenary the People character., resolved Representing into their they, and now we catch a glimpse of bright

ervoir of power and wir-dom, at Wa.hinglon, is no in the treaty guaranteeing such incorporation, and the old residents of Florida to remain hero-which and governments, and had but littleintercouree original, primary, and all it faces peeping round the corners, and therev
paramount sovereignty,
tnlircly wbole viine in ill effects or not; whether our their admission at the earliest practicable ;period, to induced thousands of other citizens of the different commerce, or association with each other. In the enclosure
I will have power to decide, as to all that pertain to by that see a general,
drpcudanc on Prenidential sagacity and impartiality the enjoyment of all the privileges, rights and immunities states of Iho Union, to emigrate hither-which has treaty they are designated as separate, dif. the future legislation Florida. It empty ,you
or
iu all cases lureafler, in furnishing un ready of citizens of the United Stales." Our sustained them in bearing the hardships, perils, and ferent provinces. Still dissimilar in many respect will also government full of abrogation, and oi mustering and swarming, as of bees about,

.1 made ruler, Executive, judicial and military ; and ri'hU as claimed, have thus received the sanction privations incident to a new country-which encouraged in customs, pursuits, and occupations; if they per. course modification possess whatever power has been heretofore a newly discovered flower garden. But;

I upon the bounty Conprem in pay them for governing of the solemn pledge oft/me station, made in r.oiibtilutional them to pay their money for lands to the sist iLl their course, it may well be doubted, whether -I done,that may iu any degree bo inconsistent with,01 the voices we now hear proceed from two
:
I ur, IN ko vitally enkcnlial( to our well being form, and vvhicU cannot dicpulcd or. evaded Government make improvements enhancing if they form a component part of the state ol Florida | interfere with and unrestricted
that the uiircbtramcd dominion of the Federal Government without & sacrifice National truth and honor. the value of millions of acres of other lands, yet they may nol create discord.excite fiction, and insubordination 1 and control henufler plenary; restrained only by regulation the die little fellows who have withdrawn from the

ovci us hhou'd be continued* for ycara to Hut some, opposed to Limo organization of a State claimed as public domain, thereby enriching the and prevent thai harmony, so essen tatatus of honor and justice to preserve unsa'.Iied! the rest. One carries a large basket* and his '

come, end perhaps perpetuated.) We will not submit Government, have assumed the position, that time national troanury;-that reliance on the justice of tied lo iU well being and prosperity. Consulting public faith, and not lo impair the sacred obligation are directed to window ha.does'nt .
that the National Government ban thin right to expiension in the treaty, as soon as may be competent tee nation which has sustained them during tho savago our own axclusive interest therefore if it should nol of solemn legal contracts. It is not probable that eyes my ?

dtcUte as to our couri-e or decision,-to impose ru- with the principles of the federal cohslilulion," and destructive war, of which they have borne have an effect to retard the formation of a state government auolhur body possoseinghika unlimited and half like the blinds being-'drawnw

L ktraiuta upon our atta iii carrying thi decision into had reference to the augmentation of the population the brunt for two years,-if it jmstible may have and our admission into the Union, it ma\ authority, will be convent4 in Florida for powers ccaturioilo The other follows him, with a tateredbook:

efeettu prehcribe improper condition oiid limialioai of the Florida, to the ratio of representation to been misplaced I The national legislature* may perhaps, bo wise to waive opposition to limo recisoioi: come. It will only bo when under his the onea&ter
soau
fur the exercise of our just and inalienable Congress, at the tune, they should apply for admission oven after we adopt a constitution, and form and asked for, and for Middle and West Florida to provi dreadful tornado shall necessary the tree oj arm, rapping posts,

: rijLlt,"-or interfere in any manner caleulaled to and that our right to LA incorporated into the establish state government, by tho exercise of arbitrary the fallacy of their objections, and that their doubt* Liberty, political under whoso o"crshado\ving, uproot branches the the other, as he goes along. He is

d feit or retard the consignation of our resolved! Union depends upon our h.tving: such popuUUoti. an l despotic power, possibly refuse to reccivo in regard to a state government are unfounded, bj freemen of America now ; and futura palrioti clearly on bad terms with .....i w.i.- 'And.
t in member of the national confederacy. without their union aid. If it in for roposo
purpose. The pledge was cxpresxly, that those who were us as a r organizing it or
I fulfill the duty of planting and rearing anew, some their faces. -Bothare.
Thows doctrine bu dennuneeH by some as habitants of the ceded protinccs at the time cf tkt A coalition infatuated and misguided political iu.natics seen that such concession may operate against the now we scan grave,
of the shoots of wnich
arrogant, perhaps factious may hut if the principled upon signing of the treaty, thoulrf be o incorporated. -of worst and more desperate political iuccndiaries I immediate consummation of tlio wishes of iho MAJOR. have wilhorcd beyond tho prostrate rocasitation.stem, may not and one rath pale, and try ing-'to look ferocioui. +

.. !kcit the insiilulions of free government aro founded Many of them were not Am citizens of tho United -of ambitious intriguants for place am try, the objcctanls of East Florida will have no juslificalion convention diversities And hark! now jt arc able o
States and the primary object of this clause in the who consider it their interest to postpone for pertinaciously persisting in opposition. In the proceedings of this
e..tabhisieid) will be power may
ektimalod and they
are duly and feelings and be harmonized their words. 'Well l
di c< ,ered le their o1T&rin. Tho treaty, was their immediate bent fit. It was not the period when Florida may have a voice ii; Neither fraternal feelings, respect or courtesy,should interests, opinions, must distinguish ain
i to legitimate
promulgation and advocacy of them it|not sedition, nocecbary or appropriate to include any prevision the election of a chief magistrate of the Union, and control to induce our consent to a measure which und each section ot country conciliated, and every ske red Q! you,'- says the foremost andUJie.larger'.boy

hid acu to carry them into cfTbc* will be neither in the treaty expre ljr referring to those ciiizcn ol in the national councils-of those who goaded bj may postpone the recognition and tablishmenl of portion and of united oar population action must mutual bo ion to common said 'Xor I ain't skeered 'Qr vjoji
lf* insurrection. Thcr can be maintained the United Slates, who miflit become inhabitants feelings of disappointed ambition, are gratified only our tights and privilege, solely to gratify their no- by coacu*
ion, but
*ithoui or of hostile or collision after tho cowion, and although tboso who have migrated when making mischief, creating disorder, iiiid tow. Lions ofmere expedience and policy. But H is be. compromise. No advantage bliould be bought of any retorts the other } you neeft'qOay'yqu

*ith* the any rCatioual neccfciily Government,even angry disagreed loty and settled here, in faith oflhc "trcatyplodgu" ing the seeds of discord-.of thoso who are influenced lieved if tho principles advanced are maintained, section over another. Equality, reciprocity ot",all.Indueacus and. meant to lick me.* nd sol! thpuahtf
fulfilled, havo thereby acquired boclionalconsiderations, or the selfish and their will nol delay Iho desired result the common weal, thouldjbc the tirrt object -
'I. They can bo maintained in perfect coiw'mtcy being honcbtly by separation should be discarded. Another! less acquainted with c drejV;
and commoii right to insist upon its reckless spirit of party and faction may be combined The population of West and Middlo Florida, is ascertained merely temporary
d volion to the National equal
Union> with the warmekt with limo provisions of ihetoasUlulional execution for their own benefit, with the old inhabitants and a majority thereby gathered, to deny our sppli lo be about 37,500, from which deducting Allhojgh the decimom and acts of Ibis body, should might not be able to see the co neio"n; 2

in accordance) and wilhoul diiruplton or t yet U 'u clear,tho right of either tUb were cation for admission, or to clog the assent of.Con'gre Iwo fifths ol the slave population, will leave about nol bo unalterable, or incapable of modification, if but-I could-it was-.worthy ArisU tlefcn[ }| .
compact, increase by emigration s with conditions to which wo cannot agree, 31,000. It is rapidly increasing every day. These necessity occurs ; yet, as stability and permanency
fen jirring of any of iho holy ties that hind us lo not undo dupundint upon any nd dishonor. Wt than will constitute most essential characteristic of value, self or Johi. Locke. 'I didn't say"} nfearit
the article of the without jsustaining injury i> two districts extent of country larger
number cover an
the great family of Noth American Republican to any specific in for better but the signs arc Massachusetts, guards should be placed to prevent hasty and injudicious to lick' yes' rejoined die first ..M'sajfd"'j
rrwmon. maintained with the treaty cited. The expression quoted, (if it miani,, would fain hope things ; Now Hampshire, or Vermont, or or
i foliugi of They patnolisfn.can be-Nay,_.._if we are not recreant purest i or was i.itendtd to mean any thing,) refers to the portentous of a coining storm, and it is the part o: Connecticut, or New Jersey, or Maryland, and several changes.nation Mate_ and rightt the lhv palladium of could lick ye, and so I can.' Tb w1nch
our liberty a* a strongest preservative
ratification and to for every possible than either Delaware or Rhode
the wisdom prudence times
after prepare
r larger
,
the United States
by the other
totlw principles of our Revoluti nary Sirea-if we acquirement state of our bled lliion, should be upheld in every replies, glancing first at my window -
of the to a
of the! of trio aclual possession danger or difficulty. Island. If we possess the ability support
totfHh'.ei,, lo ourselves and who will treaty, But it U
( lo those the assistance ol form practicable and proper. nol my pur. and then all and-down-rtreet T
state constitution and docisioa it without up,
$ccaed country-the adoption of a republican Floridians By union, energy, prudence government, we possess ,
m, we are imperatively bound to support If on this OCCIUHOII, lo thrust before you my own '
and uphold them. The peaceful adoption ofa con.ktitution by the inhabitants of tho ceded territories you can most surely,ultimately attain youi East and South Florida, and of ounehes.of the border practicable views polo u to the various provisions which should be should like to see you try.* Whereupon

and organization of a State Government the formation and complete organization of this just object ia despite of all apprehended, or even lo have attached to us a few between whom, incorporated in the now constitution. It would be the larger boy begins to move aw'ay7 half
and Alabama
Michi of ,
of counties
wjl!render tlie Territorial officer* dorircd from federal Slate government; and the application, in proper possible opposition. The spirited example Georgia of habiti officious and ill-timed, and, (if I had not already backwards half
for admission and nothing mire. be lost We can exist (ilueod and our citizen there U a close community sideways, mutteritig just
authority, and rf form,to Congress ; should not upon you. inexcusable. 1
useless and gan
indulgence)
unnecessary ne.
ceuuiIZ,oocM>n their abolition. Tlw speetre of At the time the treaty was signed, the tatio of representation be) at least for a time at a State, without being and feelings, and identity of interests-which counties trespassed doubt not the upon prudence your and judgment of those who loud enough to -be heard, 'uh, you want lo

ullificalion eaanotbe raised Congress was but 35000. It has since a full incmbar of Ihe confederacy, and our condition are naturally from their geographical position this charter will secure-the 'cause 'clowi
to shock the sen ihili.liMoftheiqueami.h.or with and bet whose population awl may bo selected to frame fight now, jest you're by
will be If the connected as; ween
law and probably or desperate.
twice been increased by will not be so very frightful Ihe *
frijhton the timid from establishment of sound principles- preservation
th.it and is 47,700. Ths vacillating, should deny to the chosen senators ours, there is a relation of mutual dependence upon your own house. And here the dialogue
preper rightful; uteciance. N. law of again in 184!. It now national government to the and protection the rights: of the People-.and the 2
to
Congra.s need be nullifid, or forcibly rauithd.ptoefsjl .- shifting rule, under which, at on* time, we could be and the representative of Florida, a voice ii I each other; we oughtmo.t South willinrly and Eastoftfae agree Suwan- adoption salutary rules to guide and restrain the finished, and the babies moved oh, sipkingiheir -
1 ted passive nou-oUdience without objection lb.at.Uio next week, the national councils-if it seeks to perpetuate 01 dismemberment utah the of little heads each other
to, and disre admitted could till it suits its whims nee, and if they desire to star in a state of Cot ordinary legislative powers in enactment ran.nieipal and muttering
say
I gard or notice of any measures Tiolati of our by the mere effect congressional legblation I of the prolong our dirfranchitemonl if it will trample on the principles bald Taaaalagu, Ut O.M itay. We chose a differ rgulatieoiand which will cause the machin* *J1 the'way up ftreet. &fetfare:
be the ban-
permanent
ntbti u a S..rereirn State, er as free citizens will hi argvd to exclude as,cannot one to remove hitherto prescribed of state gvemment to work well Land 1 am con- *
the :
hIl 41 eaAaenl to render such uU perCsctlr impo. eenstUutUMud principles, it was* Intended by for which our forefathers cut asunder the tiei eat course.health is no'federal physic For, them Mont also thai in obedience to your expressed witt ) fVa large; groatli qhdren'Ktires !
if it wil for longer neceawrj. ,
our
tent them tkesr mother country- .
to
and and Rivlolable.t >
that pound
powrrlese Without actual forcible opposi- the treaty to kep sacred bo gilded.or its bitternws the convention will see that their workmanship it- in mipmture. '
the mar more hlfhlj
pill
I***. Tb Quaker ihtn I tlz.d amoontopopui&tionreqoLrehynj insist the justice taxntitn vitknt reprettntmtitn ,
doctrine of patient non-rosi cannot be preletideJ ,My upon official iweetmeaU, and pat rate MMuJiafc perctisn. *?
rale to justif 'that ahall bear a portion o concMled in mure savory Zv
taet,.naibiaed vitk stubborn rtl i it reaeln*. w
noM>hMrvaaoe of an ggs ( HI we M UMP M*m.Th Fellow citizens! this is wanting, and'therapid
of lf deiur Xba benefit* of the Union UMt ir*mora palatable, xrajy
Dbo&iou, law La rtrbt s forernneat. the burtbaaai but us thflt.bi4$91
In eso.tcse, njort potential to / People lo MMimlof MM submit to oppression MMinjtutioe : a tion of the p.qil.of Florida,with nfcrtatt and steadr bcnextt'-or that pioaperitr of this Otpwrdqa
TSfld.t it htraleM, than a course Dl' tumult dicor.'I. Power to mUblisb and abiCtj lo support| s'o._ it fo. Wo iay has nol
arc ; Wo "bide oar timI'BathentbeperindabaU to&bs ss-11n.sat at&stall government, eommenttf (wMh tot for the temporary drawback
** TwWi.ce. the People for a Maton. 'may
4ler( tbe State GOT ernmnnt well fovernnient, ;nd of prhicb of nihltpw.gaatral anire that lonf for bssa Ia Lb. dirk, but- open and fair. it hie. of the India'war, notwithstanding__ all.ponii aaa4parea dik .w ail n pur *
IUbourgiuiid eriUriat _
o ITM Tloridua will.oatioiu to >|hHsMilMn to jod( are the only further ubmimoj .* baotj,'ot.perelpitate; r teifld 1r'It wotI4 ? uEL
ck&rgs tias(aictiooi of eudictiog f.d.raI o&s priaciplei la suck ea.e'., If tbcnuonanfach bearano become axrun and ,just right hUdotmbti boa eoeUeratod'by lb. ii be WItWI.S&IM continue.***!*a short seasea-be. sbne1J4 is but. ___
withhold ear
.thcrwa. abet th who ma, clii,. to futau pecifie number is requisite to Mtabl* Florida degradation, thai wbb Florida, a spirit otis -wftutlt, tt eeretml digereat KBBBI tC treei fore ifl what n sJlMvorr Voice-shall have passed off and one trifle is about a$ _

s permanently, ,tittirs c'feoonIal rnI&IL.e to become a Slate, as it U not specified in Uw will find lathe people of American freemen an | to grant favorable answers to the applkslknji the stage of action, rug STATS or Ftoanu will be to breed a quarrel or throw tbe a4
ShOtId be istance to boeoming ,
s tho..,who,ia defiance ofth. wi.h treaty ty can bo made necessary only by zprtuproruiot outrage

stib. poop!.,purlup a differenl course, they will1 ) of ho cqqitittjoa I b __ : ,


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The Gaiette
ance, A bit of writing, the loss of a paper the solid airth, and shuck in a mill stone,*, of the capture of the runaway Creeks, who L Banner.: from whence ,no re- : Quebec : of Friday COII \.

with pictures on it, a handful( ol glittering.!; and she'll tell you to a shavin how long: have so long 'eluded the diligent pursuit of --- .-- turns. I I tains a proclamation issued by Lord Dur.
Capt. Huttcr's command of Since The steam ship Vic'oria.'ou her pas-age --- ham on the 3rd, revoking the proclaana:
dost, or somebody making mouths at us, the stone will be goin clean threw. She regulars. Abolitionism on Hfane.--Our readers -
t word look and I the recent inhuman murder of Mr. Laslie &. from Hull to Luudon, bud l one ofheroilur8 tions issued by Lord Gosford, in which
-- a or a we are stampingwith has learnt kimistry! and cockneyology and have been apprised of the
I daughter, the citizen oTTSadsden county have on the 13h; ult. of which five or six persons already rewards were offered for the
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rage or miserable for half, a da}*. talks a heap about ox hides and comical determined upon such iiasiirrst* as with the were killed, ;And severalscaled.. The Victoria decisive action of l the New York Conference Papineau Brown apprenenslonof and
A cloud coming up when thebbrses; are infinities. I used for to think that it was with of the Methodist Episcopal churcli.in others
co opetation of Capt. Its troops cannot, we started from I Hull in company[ their
apprehensions being no :
at the door a little had weather shot up- air that I sucked in every time that I expired think, fail of success. We learn from Quincy, I, nhoiher steam ship, with which she raced the relation to.th agitation of the subject, of site for the ends of justice.Hi longer requjl;

: on our new clothes, or a lump of sugar not ; howsomedever she telled me that that a company of fifty or sixty volunteers whole distance. When just below tho Lon abolitionism by a few members of that: body has also
Lordship
. quite so large as another's; and what chil- she kuowed better-she telled me that I marched in pursuit on the first of this week. don dock, the Victory ran afoul of a collier who were disciplined for their course the members of orginixed a ronrtof

( dren we are How perfectly wretched !- had been sucking in two kinds: of gin ox and that two or three other companies would 'I brig and stove in her starboard paddle box on that subject, and required henceforth I I Sewdl appeals chief, justice of which are'Mr
Quebec_
Ladies Companion. gin and high gin! My stars! I'm a tumble be speedily organized and follow immediately i The engine was immediately stopped and wholly to refrain from disturbing the Jfr
f. down tee-towtal Our fellow ci'izens; of Gadsden, have' in a few minutes one of the boilers burst with New Chief Justice Rieil of Montreal, Messrs"
temperance man, and churches. Since that time the England -
|| evinced i i. this instance, highly worthy a terrible explosion divesting the quarter Justices Panet, Rolland and Vallieres
ANNIHILATION IS IMPOSSIBLE.It have been a spirit, : fe
yet drinking ox gin! and high Conference held at Boston, have bya
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imitation, and will reflect the highest deck of all tho baggage and cumI5idiriby! St: Real, and Mr. Arthur Buller, barrister
is: now ascertained, and is capable of all life. of
gin my vote of 64 to 21 adopted a plan: pacification
crcdit on ihem.vK'es and their officers. The shattering the ship. This steamer explodedat at law these gentlemen, having \
the clearest that the elements been>
.j proof, simple following letter from Col. Dupont, to the Gov nearly the same place last March, nnd the by which a large majority of the added to the 1 Executive Council 'for
I of which all substances are composed cannot THE FLORIDIAN. crnor, shows the manner operation on such same engine nnd boiler were in use. when more intelligent and influenetial abolitionists the

by any conceivable means, be des- occasions. the above accident occured, the defective in that body, have agreed to abandon! purpose.Lord Durham was to hold

troyed. They may indeed be so changedas TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA : QUINCY } L.t. July 23, 1838. boiler having been newly repaiicd.Woman. all anti slavery conventions, societies and I Montreal on Monday. a levee at

to present not the least resemblance to To R. K. CALL, Goctrnar of Florida publicatons i in tin- church, bearing the The Court of Bench
4 1838. King's
Saturday Morning, August t
r their previous forms-they may be so DKVR Sir : -Upon the reception of your .--The editor of the Episcopal Meihodist name as well as all the pecu- has awarded I 100 at Quebec

i, mingled with other bodies, that their identify The Fourth ofJuly oraion! of" Ca,rin ton communication in Tallahassee, I immediately i Recorder thus speaks of Mrs. Woart, the larites of the party. Callagban, for a public damages hor to Dr. 0'-

t cannot be traced-they may be dissipated if i- Cable, Ef"q. delivered at Monticello, is una- I proceeded to Quincy, where I found the I lady who perished with her husband, the By the Maine Wesleyan Journal of by the hands of a Mr.e"'J.ipping inflicted -

\ into im'isible'apor., and be appa- void ibly delayed till next week. two young nnn who' had survived the attack Rev. lr. Woart, and their child, on the Saturday, received this morning, we perceive The Gazette Doyle.
their falhe, From the information Quebec of the
rently annihilated ; but we may ascertain ".friend to the People of Florida," i is! upon :; family. wreck of the Pulaski : that the Main Conference just heldat 6th acknowledges -

from the science chemistry, that in every received and shall appear in our next. derived from these young men, I was Mrs. Woart wa a Christian of mature Wiscasset have adopted the pacificationplan the respect of the New York
induced to hope, that the girl who was! stated Commercial Advertiser of the 2nd
change the same elements remain inextin- .. and character. in the aflirmmative containing
will of 91
lovely Memory vote
,
lo have been killed, might possibly have cs- grace by a later r.ews from the Niagara
guished. The following letter from our fellow riti. ca|>ed, and, upon which supposition, I found lose all its power with us, when her soft and only 4 in the negative, and this after than had lieen received direct. frontier
The phenomena solution affords some zen Co|, Jnmos Jadsden, give voice and demeanor and the O. the
an account that my fellow-citizens had organized a body patient benignant Rev. Scott great agitator on
We enabled inform
I of the most obvious illustrations of complete another honid murder committed bv savages of twenty five men, to be ready to march as! countenance, and sweet aflable spirit, the subject, had the opooritunity of exerting are to our readers I
that the recent stories about
changes produced in bodies without near Baileys .Mills, n few miles from soon as I should! arrive lion Tallahassee.: so familiar to us, are forgotten. Few himself to the utmost to prevent the mvasiow

causing their annihilation. The solution C>l. G'Il. entirely withi i the frontier border.An Under this conviction, and with a view moreover flowers of nature bloom on earth, with so measure. The document is published from Michigan risings in the Ixmdon

of a lump of sugar in a cup of tea, may be express to the Governor Received on to pay the last tribute of respect! to a much loveliness. Few plants o! grace with the sign manual of each of the nine- District. &c. are entirely destitute of fount'
Thursday! states that two Indians nrrow tiered fcllow-cii7.c from dation. We have seen a gentleman
started th
adduced familiar Were a' mUI : n, wc ,
as a example.
I |hear fruit beautiful to the of the five ministers who thus
so glory by common -
ty
to witness such a phenomenon for were found in tho breast of a small girl. one Quincy at 6 o'clock, P. M., and reached the I agree morning, ju person Lord of all. that the churches will
of the victims. One of consent no
the arrows was of murder H o'clock informs that there has been
scene at next morning. us no
the first lime he would consider the fighting
sugar The deceased} been subject ,
this
have be disturbed
brought by the uprcs.bich OH must a lovely longer by exciting -
up we suw. approaching we beheld a scene which car. no invasion, and disturbance, since
totally lost, and he might attribute its disappearance It is about three feet in length-the barb scarcely be portrayed to the woman to have deserved such a notice. The example will no doubt be followed the
imagination-the
Short Hills affair
.__ to magic. But the presenceof of iron about 2 1-2 inches Ion and record thus made in the New Ham hire Conference except on paper. The
:!, one inrh whole premises! had been reduced to ashes Perhaps a may serve as of the is
the sugar may not only be detected by in width, thin and sharp at tho the domestic those who would in this secret matter simply this: :-Sir;
point. animals, such as<< horses, dogs, an encouragement to now session, and in event, throughout -
John Colborne had ordered the
the taste, but by the weight of the fluid, WEDNESDAY MORNING Aug 1, 1S3S. &c. which had all been killed, were lying imitate graces and virtues of her whose the whole of New England, so far as militia to

and it may be reproduced by evaporatingthe To the Editor of the Floridian, around the smoking ruins, and eur.thing lamp of earthly affections was not quenched Methodism is concerned, the churches will be disbanded on the 1st of July; but this;

solution to dryness.If SIR:-The early part fI.lSt Evening :Mr. gave evidence of the most. wanton cruelty and until the light of Heaven was opened have peace. did not suit the views of certain parties,

a piece of silver be immersed in diluted Singletenary hid wife and two children were mischief. Finding the !ii lI'Cry recent and her. N. Y. Com. and the whole story was got up to prevent

nitric acid, in a short time the silver ehockingly murdered in this l1f'i hborhood. numerous, I immediately took measures to upon the disbanding.-Some eight hundred

will be entirely dissolved. Its hardnesss, But one: of the family, a girl of about 5 years prevent a surprise, and ordered. the spy guardto AlIlnvi/illillititati{ l:::" An Irishman, LlPORRATFRO: }. JAMAICA-Total; or nine hundred troops were marched off

its lustreits ten tcit.its great specific gravity of age, miraculously! escaped to tell I the! make the necessary search for the bodies newly arrivcd/rom Connemara, seeing on emancipation of the ,l'' 'grUl's.-The Colonial -I post haste, to the Western district, andI

all the characteristics which distin. melancholy tidings of h< r parents and sis 'of the murdered victims, :Major William O. the door of a shop \loneJ lent," went in Assembly have unanimously I when they got there lo, there was not the

guished it as a metal are gone. Its ters. She says; the deed was perpetraletl( l bv Kenan, who had the command of the t'liard, and asked the pawnbroker to lend him a agreed to the total emancipation of the'least occasion for their presence, and all
very
form has vanished, and the hard, splendid -, Indian:lf accompanied by one or two coloredpersons. 1 soon returned with the i intelligence that IHJ sovereign. On its being explained to him slaves, to commence August 1st 1838, in-|' tl'ev had to do was to march back again.

ponderous and opaque metal, which Major I; [)eu b.HII, with volunteers I had discoveicd the bodies of both father and that he could not have the money without stead of 1840, as: by the parliamentary japprenticeship.act. j The arrival of Lord Durham in Upper
from the ncichbnrhood! i i. in this search for I daughter' dreaflfullylall led, particularly '
but a few minutes before wa. immersed in the niui dcrerIit, as I th : had .whole in I hit.: old gentleman, uho had his throat cut.- I' leaving quantum sufficit of goods, vastly In truth, the oppres- i Canada i is anxiously: looked for by the real
y night
: disappointed, he exclaimed, "Ye swindlers sed had other alternative.Delraudcd i
planters no friends of the We
the mixture is annihilated. The province.
aparcntly ; advance: to escape, it is not probable; that After having; interred the bodies as decently! | : confidently.anticipate
before it difference their would then what do you mane by writing upItney by the saints at home of their .: a quit-ling of all trouble from
I
liquid, as presents no Irii: can be followed! or tin; over as our means admit, commenced making \
in its appearance, indicates a change. taken.--Comments, are ull party such observations as might be necessary ') lent,' when all the time it ought to property, they saw if they continued the : the \\"i-e and honest measures of the Governor -
ceeJ..ary.
What, then, has become of the solid pieceof The contest wagiiug. in Florida! with Ih. :to guide us in our future operationThe f 1l. he' Goods borrowed !' ___ I losing and vexation? game or farce of the General.

silver which was placed) in the liquid ? Seininoles hnsasoimed! .o ci r.Iic andguerillai 'I lowing is the It.'snltVe discovered! the headsof apprenticeship, system that they would i The Buffalo Commercial of Monday

:Must we conclude that it is annihilated ? chaiactor, ;is to require: I Iii;j 'igil inca am! I, I seven beeves which had.: been killed! bv the I DritHAM C.\TTt.f-The sale of Mr.Clarksoii's soon be entirely beggared and exhaust the brings a rumor that Sir George Arthur;
.activity of individual 4 enemy, and from the closest t calculation! ; I Durham cattle took place on .!:80 head valuation
brin it ,
Put some pieces: of copper into the solution every to ;'' t. a i I a or indemnity grant has resigned, in consequence of the amnesty -
and the silver) will re-appear, and fall close. No on can atiticipim who,o house/ which \\c could I mike .rhilc. on the .jiut. there I Wednesday and Thursday last, at pieces I ted fIr each slave; by the British government. }proclaimed by Lord Durham. We
or whose family mahe: the ,victims.. j I could not have been less than liiiily! or forty I wind fully met his expectations : 78 head f
Ul ) : IJ I I It therefore doubt
to the bottom of'the gLs in small brilliant I bushels of from the field I was: no though used hardly say that it requires} a great
Your cot n gathered -in of and
were
i metalic crystals. j I' disposed brought nearly I wisest to throw all the responsibility on the 'deal! ofconfirmation.-.f: \'. 1' Sprctulor.NEWYORK .
addition to this ntity took about.
JAS. G.DSlnN.On I qui they twenty 8M50 for a three old white bull
I'I year mother The result will be
r Though solution is one of the I I bushels of old i government. i
simplest corn from the cribs, which
_. j named Ohio, bought be Frabiger&i \\'hite.A I '
---- ----- I that free be
r processes Nature, the limited faculties: I they carried a short distance nnd slielM. negroes: cannot depended upon i
of man will not permit him to comprehend Frid ty laM t. the troops under Major. J leaving time cobs.-At the river hank, which I j j six year old cow sold for $975 and as hired laborers, without a standing j j: JULY 16.

r i the mode in which it operates. There Taylor wre dia-cha'ged from service by Major i is but a short distance i from tin house I her calf 8 months old for 725 were repur-// army to ovemawetlmcm, s'cingthat there ,: LATER EROM EUROPE.By .

t i is not one phenomenon of Nature that the Dearborn then in command in Middle I covered four distinct landings were they di'i-I chased by Mr. Clarkson, he are 400OOJ colored to 40,000 whites.; the arrival of the pa'cket ship Siddous,

; mind of and after Florida. The term of service of the company I loaded their boats : The pa'lis leading from served no bid at the sale. Nor will importations of white men Capt. Britton, we have recieved files of
can comprehend
: man the asvfar ;his mental volunteers' under ( :ipf. Ncwsam.: : 1 the field aud] house to the river were much I' The liberal prices paid for improved answer. Therefore the planters must I, English papers to the 26th June, which, .

g!; pursuing will Inquiry admit he is still as expiring on the 27th of July, Major I D. solicited Hodden, and from every indication around I becds of cattle, exhibit in a pleasing manner : give up this beautiful island, whose com-i j however, arc barren of political informa-

capacity obliged to Capt. N. a few week since to raie the premises I am induced to believe that j I the, independence of our farmers, and merce has played so important a part in i

k, confess that there is an_ operating power another company: to take their place. This the number of the enemy could not have been I i the estimation in which choice stocks are English history, and its rich fields will :1 tion.The English bankrupt system, together -
>< beyond the reach of his comprehension. was accordingly:; rfl'ected but their serviceswere ; I less than
One of the
fifty or sixty. young j held by them. The generous rivalry of soon become like San Domingo, a wild with imprisonment for debt! have been
I It is ofimportance in our researches that refused. Tne force on the Jefferson men states that ho counted about tiftin one '
-', TVC should bear in mind the utter incapacity frontier since the first depredations committed gan K- i importors and breeders is entirely bene- ;I waste in the bands; of the idle and disso- [materially modified.
: in the ficial-it greatly improves the country I lute to whom it is abandoned from i Some of the to be alarmed
of man to penetrate the hidden mysteries spring, although, unsucrssful in Under the existing circumstances, and holding negro j papers appear
.. of Nature, lest we be induced to capturing: thn Indians, had prevented any the relation that I do to time citizens of, and operates injuriously to none.-Cin. I false! views of philanthropy.} The freene-about the crops, and prognosticate all the

,/ ">'' mistake the low level of human knowledge further (!cJledatior./ and confined them to this county, I feel a weight of responsibility, Republican.DR.. gro cannot take care of himself and both I evils to trade and the currency which usually -

r ;' :, 4 for the summit Omniscience, and should their su amps mid fastnesses.! Hut four da's which renders my situation far from envia --- ----- ---- ; San Domingo and Jamaica, will probably attend shortness.
) had elal).-cd since their rrmovnl othei le. After the 1l0LCO lllE'S I Buiiincss i is and
'in the of ere an ) maturest deliberation upon ultimately become like their mother country :: reviving money more
l: J run common error concluding family was lidded to the list of the he Ke cip'brprowrin4tl| >e TO\f.'ITO for ) use.Fioiitlie .
t- I nllllI measures best to lie adopted, I have ar Aflrica, slave marts in the hands of in demand.
I! j
is
that whatever incomprehensible to our anilie O/-'li'-a! Reciril.
dered inhabitants. It is for the I
people to rived at the following conclusion, to wit : that ENGLAND.
limited faculties must beimpossibl.Blukcmll.. dicide where this "I now cheerfully and gratuitously be- pretty negro kings.
responsibility ihou'd re t. our measures must be of instead
:> an offensive, The Parliament
.; We are informed that M jor Dearborn had of a defensive, character ; for with an extent : stow upon the community at large, what I }'Ro\i: THE'FIIONTIER.fro proceedings seem to
.- received oiders from thr.commander-in-chiel of frontier exceeding one hundred miles I feel I has cost me much labor and time; and 111 the} /cTcisoi; (Ton.uy \Vimi-1: Kxtra.; I j be of no great interest to the American

j Immensity of Creation.-Some astronomers Gen. Tailor, to receive none but footmen the means at my diaposal; holly inatIcquate'' my most sincere desire is, that the world S.,' ket II \rl or, July t:!, reader. The approaching Coronation

, : t have computed that there are not into/ the service. After discharging: Capt. for the purpose ofdeftnce I have come to j may become as full satisfied of the excelilencyofthis About 10 o'clock this morning, time employed all pens, and engrossed all other

fewer than seventy-five millions of suns in Newdaiii'ii company, Maj. Dearborn made the conclusion that it will require a much lar I medicine as I have. steamer Telegraph, in the service of the ideas, in every city of importance. Illuminations -

!: the universe. The fixed stars are all a requisition on the! Governor f for two companies ger: force to give protection to the frontier I I mash the: tomattocs and press them in I United States, arrived with her two prisoners bonfires, military displays, and

f.\: suns, having like our sun, numerous planets ot footmen-tins: was: very properly acting on the defensive, than it would to en the, same manner that I would apples, to of Johnson's gang of desperadoes, I all the most significant demonstrations; of

o. revolving round them. The solar refused, tmd mounted men, already wailing ter the enemy's country and drive him from I make cider-having the press fixed in '<, and Johnson's famous twelve oared boat, !joy were in preparation. Many of the
orders were offered, but not accepted.For isis fastnesses. Under these convictions I have much extolled for its swiftness. !,
so of the
Ambassadors
? system or that to which we belong, has I such manner, with straw, as to prevent the I! most distinguished
about thirty planet, primary and secondary the satisfaction of our frontier citi- delayed taking any steps for the present. I ( seeds or Hues from running out with the I I,i I On the morning of the llth Capt. !.I Foreign Powers had reached London,

belonging to it. The circular field zen we arc enabled has been to state that Capt. New- will endeavor to sec you early in the week, j j I[ juice. I then reduce the juice by evaporation : Gwynn, of the 1st regiment of infantry, I preparing for an amazing display of mag-
received which
into
$ams company serVice at time I will communicate'
of which it occupies is in diameter mOl c at slow fire to the .1 I I commanding the Telegraph, obtained information nificence, and a outlay of expenditure -
space by Col. Green, who, hit:1 assumed the large. I am induced to believe that if time over a consistancy ,, gorgeous
about three thousand six hundred millions in cold weather that of of the haunt of Johnson, aud far beyond thing we Re-
to
command in place of l\laj.r; I). Capt.! regular troops now in the country would honey or (I any
of miles and that which it controls much'f' Itiwels company is also ordered '0 their late: rate encigflically, they might possibly ope stiff tar. In this state, if it be put into with the British party made arrangements atiblicans ever dreamed of. In Liverpool,
cap
greater. The sun, which i is: the nearest Illation, and under the command of Mnjor ture this lawless band, as they will no doubt wide mouthed, bottles or small jars, and I 1 for surprising and capturing the gang, but Bristol, Edinburgh and Dublin, the day

neighbor to us, is called Sirius, distant Taylor we hope to bear soon of the capture concentrate in the ckixity ff thtir late (bootyit secured entirely from the air, it may lie I!j(owing to the difficulty of approaching the was to be celebrated as well as in London.

/ from our sun about twenty two million of of some of these prowling bands of snvat -- is potsikle tiotcetcr, that they may have kept as long as necessary, perhaps for.i II house, on account of the roughness of the Mr. Roebuck was already after the place

! miles. Now, if all the fixed stars ore as geo intended these provisions a trip to the east; I several years. This extract alone, taken 1 country, and the denistry of the woodsI of Lord Wm. Bentick, who is to have :a

'" distant from each other as Sinus is from : as they give every evidence of being well! in doses of 30 to 40 grains, will act as a I and thickets, the parties did nor approach seat among the Peers.

our sun, or if our solar system be the.' The following letter horn Capt. 11 utter to supplied with boats. I mild cathartic; it has a fine effect upon the the house simultaneously, as was intended, CIIESTER-Fridav Evenin .-Tke

average magnitude of all the system of the Governor gives the movements and success I am, very respectfully, yours, &.c. biliarly organs, and is also diuretic and dis- the British party getting to the ground a Cotton Tratle.We continue to have :a

i, ', the seventy-five millions of suns, whose of this command, in their recent scouts C. II. Du PONT, retic. t little sooner than the other, and approaching fair though not so extensive an enquiry
.i liner the Creeks on the Okelockonce. Col. Com'd 5th, Reg. 1-. M. the side.! The whole of
the of I on same for and for the
imagination can grasp immensity From various expcrements on the fruit, goods yarns, perhaps, as
creation ? Who can survey a planet, containing Head Quartet 6th Infantry, Gov. JOHN BRANCh has consented to run in Us: different stages, I have proved to I Johnson's gang, with the exception of two previous three or four weeks. This remark

. :, seventy-five millions of circulai Steamer Frcncis, OMocknty River, as the Van Buren candidate for Governor of my own satisfaction, that the green fruit, men, made! their escape. The two men applies more particularly to the transactions

"' \ fields, each ten millions of miles i in diameter Md. Florida July 31, 1838.: North Carolina. Gov. DUDLEY, the present when fully grown, is much better for med- taken were asleep. There was found in since Tuesday. There is doubt
DEAR SIR:-I started the 21st inst. Governor, is the candidate
::" ;./: f- Such however, is one of the plantations from my Camp, James leland on on an for re-election. of the Whig party ical uses, than the ripe.-Try it, gentlemen the house, belonging to John Farrom, on but that the great flatness in the Liverpool

!_ :' of Him who has measured die up the CX'klockne.y river in expedition smal and you will be satisfied.Dr. Grindstone Island, a quantity of arms- Cotton Market has mainly tended to
my
\, ., waters in the hollow of his hand-meted boats. I run up the Ocklockney as f far as The Ranks of Philadelphia were expected Bennett has done much good, by pistols, rifles and muskets. The names of slacken the demand. There is not, how-

;. out heaven with a span-comprehended 1 could get without some means of clearingout lo resume specie payments on the 1st introducing to public notice this: invaluable the prisoners taken are Riely Toucy and l ever, any tendency to lower prices either
Gov. RITNEK has
inst. issued his
;<'_ the dust of the earth in a measure and the river, which I had hut with me, we proclamation vegetable\ as a medicine ; he has writou Jonathan TurnachfTe. in goods or yarns. It is a grateful dutyto
I calling on the Banks of the State
: weighed the mountains in scales and the passed the mouth of the 'raloz-ie river and resume on the 13th inst.. = to several valuable articles on the subject, I Those who made their ascape were have to add that prices for weaving the

!:. ,: ; hills in a ballance. loon afterwards found it impracticable to the first of which was published between William Johnson, John Farrow, Robert lowest kind of hand loom check has been

'. move further upwards. A gentleman direct ibm Georgia informs three and four years ugo. Smith, William Robbins John Van Clute, advanced this week II,2d per piece, or full
: PLEJLSINT AND NOVEL SIGHT.-AboutntJtety Tho Crcrka have been concealed in the u.-iofthe murder of of
out
eight persons a and Allen fired
But I Early.
claim They
I to be the first who intro- were on, 20 cent.
i'I'.'... > ; : young Sailor Boys of the Naval swamps ofthi* liver ever since they left the family of twelve, by the Seminole Indians in per
, .<.f. duced the extract which I first f but with what effect is not known. After
,
:: School, at the Brooklyn Yard, under the Apu:ilachicola. I discovered many fresh Ware county, Geo., near the Ocofonok prepared
: in the fall of 1835 though Dr. Miles has I a thorough search by the whole party, LOCUST.-'rhe following is an extract
". ,:: direction Commodore Ridgelv visited igrm, and a few of the Indians were seen Swamp.; This accurred on the 22il ull., and :
: : '. the City Hall on the 4th, all clothed in but they scattered and fled ns soon as they; i but a low miles of a company of troops sta- made many people believe it is originalwith consisting of 80 men, they were not ableto from a letter from the Rev.J.dated F. Lanueau.Dt.'ttm

; :' ; their natal uniform and with their teachers. suw me;-we pursued them four or five i tioned. The Indianj were pursued on a large himself. discern what had become of the fugi- a missionary at Jerusalem,

4:'- They were addressed by the Major niles through dense hammocks nnd canebrakes .: trail for seven or eight miles, when they While on the subject of the tomato, Iwill tives.The ber 26th, 1827: .

t ': and their great gratification but only succeeded in taking two: scattered in the Swamp, nnd were not over mention a plan which I believe is not two prisoners, under the charge of "Day before yesterday an immense

f,. all appearance who look with gave pride and pleasure prisoners, one the wife of Chocotec-Hma: taken. Several other attacks had been generally know by which the natural flavor deputy sheriff M'Cullock, are now in this swarm ol. Locusts passed over the Holy

,:-" to effort to sustain by practical t ibis, the principal Chief,and! her sister.Vt made in the same county. .(rather, I would say,) the fruit in its placeand will be turned over to the proper City on their way to the countries east
:
:. on every captured six canoes cud a considerable qua-! -- natural authorities to be dealt with Dead Sea. Great numbers
dead
this state, may be preserved for winter accoi dinglyto of the
; : and efficient measures as prelimi. lilies of their baggage, such n., clothing, COUNTKI-EIT: NOTES.-Happening to step law. the house and streets of Jerusalem.I .

. nary: school is, the glory of the right arm skins, cooking utensils axe. aud a small II into the Treasury Department yost rday, we use.Take the vines in the fall before The boat of Johnson is 28 feet long fell was on trembling for the fate of the fruit trees
;-7 of our country, the gallant Navy. quantity of bear nwat. met with a gentleman who arrived in the last up they
: become injured the frost with and 4i f feet wide, clinker built, painted and flowers in my garden, but was rejoiced
VALUABLE P Thirty-seven On the 26th I detached two Companiesnear boat from New Orleans, bringing with him by the green

J'f.I,'I'A.' watches stolen from the shop of a Mr. the mouth Tologie river to scour the fifteen hundred dollars in the old notes of fruit on them, and hang them up in a black at the bottom, white above with a to find that they were not the devouring but

Fisher ,at Pottsville, Peun., a few days countiy the eastern bank of the Ocklockney.They this Government, all of which, on examination house! where they will not be likely to yellow streak about six inches wide, just locusts so much dreaded in the east, ,
however
rooting in had not proceeded more than five at (he dcpaitment pr..ved to be counter- freeze; be careful not to hang them in very under the gunwale, ornamented with a the tiari, or the flyers. These

t since, were discovered with by a his pig snout broke miles befoie they saw a party of Indians on. feit The gentleman holding the notes, had thick clusters, lest the fruit should rot. red stripe above and below. The insideof deposite their eggs in the desert, from which
barn.
", the Piggy the Western side, Tho command fired on. come out with hid family for the purpose of Thus the tomatoes will ripen and be nearly the boat is red. She has one set of f: are produced in the spring the species

'.' most.of the crystals, being too inquisitiveprobably them and they fled as usual nfter returning settling: among us,nnd finds himself a moment I : as good as when taken from the sweeps, and one set of short oars, so as to. whose ravages are terrible. I collected.
eatable
the
,.. respecting qualities the fire-no injmy was; sustained by.our stripped of hi, immediate resources in vmc. green row either singleior: double handed. a large number of them I en my Prtnnses.
:. of ttis metallic deposite, mistaken by him I do know whether sustainedany the mids of stranger This should hole J dug
; side.
.... not they operato A. J. HOLCOMBE. This boat'i* set light that two men can in a bag and buried them. in a ,
:. ,. : for truffle or tuckaboes., ,A journeyman or nut. I went up the western aide with us a lesson to those camming to this county Tuscaloosa Ala. her with ease, and she is capable ol ouuide of the garden. They we re, 10
of FUb suspected of the theft ,is did with the never to make purchase of carry
: Mrr >r,' two companies' but. not ..meet our money until transporting'20'raen their arms. She, dense when they first appeared over the

( arrested.MifeCffOF. enemy. and they recourse reach New'Orleans before and then to have .11 gloomy prospect.-Benj. Beach who had on board wfceft(! taken besides some, city, as to darken the sun, and It was **""
* i' : With the highest respect esteem ,1 always, buying to some one over
iL; ; ;.- Mttip.-An honest farmer remain your ob't ,aerv'l.GORGEC. . houses there connected with our trade, .for burnt down the Norwich jail, Conn.) a arms, an American flag, which no daub I I ly ten minutes before they.had passed, It
.
tn&e SttofPisyIvanamarried a miss UTTER, infol mation us to the genuineness oft i he notes days since, has been*tried and. convicted was intended to be used when passing so you may judge of their ''m.ql utujk.valftaM awfitl

j* : : from A'ttthlotftble boarding school for his Ciiptcumn'gOthln.{ they may wish to purchase.._mpon the same there. The penalty is.: ten years,. which, British vessel, as a deception. time I had seen thIi sei"

' 4 second':VUe.t ='' 'He was stuck dumb with His Excellency R. KTCiLt! t principle that a practised traveller in a large added to six indictments for theft, at two I The Telegraph returns to the vicinity i courage of,the Almighty. ,It was .

her,'elbqQencr'i'and gaped with' wonder- 'atKis'iriie Gov of' Florida, city,,never asks hi* way ofa pssxer-by i in the years each, presents a'J prospect.:of incarceration of the f: hoi. sand Islands tomorrpirning mor.I .i years !some say fifteen or twenty\ st" <'t,

learning:' ;' TalUbMsiit. Florid.. .t reet., but goes, always, for the desired which will probably J carry him I tltt) 'were in this region." tII

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IIV AUTHORITY.I for every twenty miles' travel to and from the Tax Collector's last Notice. Detect the Thier.-S oo Reward. j I Notice. .. .

--.-- Fnisuanie of lam, the undersigned will at. tr.'m the subscriber's 'ItaLle, on Sun indebted to the subscriber on last
------- ------ Seat of Government the distance to be computed STOLEN
; IN PERSONS
; -. (' ; TED STATES, fASSED AT THE Ire- 'one nddit'onal day" at the n"tv' C"urt ht. the 13th .Hay last, a large likely i ", arc requested to I all and settle
: .I OF TilE OK THE TWESTI-FIFTH CONCkltSS. I by the most direct route from the members House, in Tall ihassec, on Saturday the 1st Sep bay horse, at the time very fat, three shoes c'n, without further delay.

., aSP ktMION place of residence to the place where the teml r. I 1831*. Delinquents need not rxpect further his right f.re foot bare, long switch tall, and blaxk WILLIAM CENTER

.{ [PUBLICNo.. 42-] sesion is held. indulgence than the lime specified bylaw, 81 it cannot legs, (except somewliiia about hu hitd fed) mane Tihlahu.eeJidy7; IS38 48-4w
I be by him con the last clause of the fifth granted
That
**; ACT to modify Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, .
.i obligations. lie therefore hopes and expects hi* the cdlar, and a small! white saddle spot en the felt Notice. _. .> 0 _
I I section of the deposit) act of the twenty- the said Senators shall be elected in October fellow citizens to I'C prompt, in the liquidation; of si.tc of the back bone; A close observer will no- nniJE Co-partnership heretofore ezistin.underihira.tine.fSJVJIM mQ ll ieAUCTION q.JDa't

third of June, eighteen hundtcd and thirty- next, at the same lim, in the same manner, their taxes. tire a mall nick ia the lower lid of his righ' r) .,1 JL &. MAIJDEN, rsPfhu R

six. and the all'le qualified' Yours as is now The exintiM Revenue laws, lequir'taX'1I to l epaH lie is s.-vt n ycars. old, trots and paces will aid I day tii.otIhc.ll.Jy uiulual cou-ient. All thone huv .. to
by works well in taken with the hoi.se cliiiiis iiiHi the aij firm, will present UK .
tamesVus in : uaissioit ittcrcliaut
? Com
en "r l elme the 1st Scpumlier.' in in-h and i .p *
the Senate and House election of members
enacted law for the
He it by prescribed by halter T.r and all ihse due the said till
iemark.it meat
'ellr. a a Lu idle, lo.istrurted for a tll' same pal} AL:! 1t WednexiaysAAND Saturdays:
r .,.' Representative of the United States of of the present Legislative Council, and biennially every ) WILLIAM MIChAEL, be ar.ai.ht to a large brass ring under the lhn>ai, will fit tile ih'eir; nccouiiw ii lilt P. ILSwaim, who is .

.Imorica ill Congress assembled. That the I thereafter, in the manner that may he I II Tn Collt'cI..r, Leon Co.Angmt and lIne I.f the same sort on earli ch ek, though by duly aiithori7-d. tosnttle the same. COMPOUND .

last clause of the fifth section of the act entitled prescribed by the said legislative Council : I I, 18JS. 5-J-tf this time the shoeing and bridle may te tb Dgcd. P. II SViALV MADDEN, r.fii.'t E.C z OF SPRVCE, II
I About thLTII LEVI A. ,
, five mi'off,the thief siol a c.-mur-n aol -
".\n art regulating\ depositesof public money and the returns of the election of said Sena- : Noiicr.Ill in.ide !add'ie.Va* miiuiii* from the neihlioud The business will }heieafier be conducted under For .ttakb ; Beer, I

approved on the 23d day June, rielitrcn I: tors shall be made by the marshals ofeacli of AVE les' ned n>y Lithe ns :1.tiliI I anti 100. at the s..mc tine: It vn!ah,md, iianuil Jordan the style\ and name of P H, S\V AIM & CO. I I With directions Jor ",.-For ALE bjWADDEL

'hundred and thirlY'six, declaring that ; said districts to the Governor, in such manner : oract'-umscan"' .-Any person htlIhe holding same by my applying rec-"ipt' fornoes toMr. Goduin, low,chunky m.ide,soint-wl.att-tooped M M irk*. Julyt. 1(3S 48 :3m RANDOLPH, & LEWIS-, 1

the notes or hills ol no bank sl.,1 be received as shall he prescribed by the G o\'ernor. Hand C. Wil-on or 10 W-n. Hiiliinl, ESILASH.COUItTNE- '. or humped slmuldew-d., dark complected, (.\I1'L loka Notice. I' TaJl.bhce.ll1uc 3t Lh. 13W. -IT-tf.
the ; ha uliar rm or
in f.iccneadi'y, ; a I
of debt due to the UnitedI I Sec. 4. And he it filrtlu-r enacted, That ". per&on P'I shouIdtTs I, 'VIE subnetil! wi'l'!! co-uinue ieguUly to rut S. SICLKV
in payment sny : I I laugh, and motion t* nh )IHM hands and Fkq.will' l>e u y .15' iitUuiinj ]
States, which shall after the fourth day of the Legislative i Council by and with the consent Talhlix-, AIIu'l I Is', 18;t. 52.tfNotice. and a small scar on In* upper lip ; he is fond of JL a two horse -SLije from Quincy tu'Chatlnhoo- C S my ah.ellcehulIl tiii-TVriU>ry. ,

in the year eighteen Bill! thrtysixI I of the Governor, are hereby vested with drink and petty jj.imbfiiig ; though I.e cai.not b chee, which will alaav I leave iinrn-jdiatcly after SAJl'L 11 DUVALt
July. of less we, ks after date, sliall apply! to the Judge 1'.llIc,1[a very '. llr frequently[ uses the nrl i'itt ol' ilic nt-Iii" lr->r.i Tall.ihassue. lie m June' 9h hI82H, 47-tf
note or a full their first session time SIX illlctlllcr.to'
dnonl.n3tion at
i.sue any tl1 power. at or any the 01\, U four horoe Coach, vrhrnevtr
County Court of: Leon Coimy for I Idlers the words--- lots and K'-les, in ) prepared ) run a t- fE uiliori7. aid
than five dollars, shall be. and the same thereafter to apportion the representatives administration,,, mi the esinie Samuel //. Nelson hisVay of iiKaiuriuj quti.tity. His I cl'tlnn; i iot the number ot passvngcls are such liS the two horse I \\I 3I are jor John L. Taylor requested to niDklJate1 uunounce3I

j.hereby, so modified as that the interdiction !' of either House of said Legislative Councilas : tli) cense.1, oil U>half of the hrir of jnid. estate' not well remembered tliiiik l.c wo e away ni I tUigc cannot ruiiveuieiiily tarry lie will al. COII- to represent JutTer.-o C'uuniy m the tilt.ndt Legislative
I of and SII i JOS. lilCHAKDSON. Jr. W bite hat romdcoat and iilalons.. //. .iuue to run u four horse coach from Q.umcy to
a< to the reception the bills notes < to them may seem best and proper, according strificd i': : : Couhril.June >.
11' .\lI;,' 4, i tKN.:: 52-Cw was pursued to Amerkut\ but it Bainbrii', ut which place it vvill meet ,ihe line of
which has __ Sumpirr county, 21; I H:5H-: -IG-tf
J I not, continue) alt any halk to the population of the Territory : and : -NEW GOODS. is thought hu was protected l.y frauds \\ h(-. he fcta esironi Sli.bilcto Au uhta. Po-w.iigtrs tak- --- -.- _ _

: !iiice the said fourth day of July, in the year may, for the purpose of 'iiore effectually i'Ill: SLll" -, II"r hat ju-i reoeivt-d. (>er.sclioonrr ['a-.es there, it is likely he will go to Alabam.i, inj tilt ir teals ui Ta1Ialtusceuh' have the prtlereti'e riOTJCE.At Dan'irlGintt

one thousand fight hllJr d thirty-six, issued equalizing said representation, increase the L Hunker: Hill!!, diicei from New York, and i i. IK.-Ihaps Mobile.' I \ i-liall :.KM| ti'i i iens in this ovi r a.I oihtrs, cxi-ept those coming on in ihe L persons dec. imlehttd to the make e>tat3 immcdraie i-f

t ,, | or notes of a less denomination than five Senate to any number not exceeding filtccn i now opening a general assortment of such goods .nd the a.hjuiniag Sicte: *, to be \iuil.mt ill trying nuin hoc I lioui JMi.bile lu.iuuusia. ,the ubsciibtr.E.aie required. to
bring s.urh I '. I will *ivethf Thrsia l e vvilllcave 1 ..ssecevery other day. payment to
scoindrel
t which shall issue such bills '! as arc suitable for th* season. Purchaser are invited to a to just' i : .
or any or in the whole.
dollars, Executor.
lo call and examine fur themselves. above reward for the said Uodn and HOISC, at three ,.''<;k A- M. and anive at liaiulr.die at LOOCEERJIAN
, note prior to the first day of October, in th Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, Thatno I Low for cash approved crcd't. or one half for ei her. SuVlorh. M. ; And ntuin'ir' ', \ii leave ll linl July, KM, 18'.8- .9..t( ,; ,

>car eighteen hundred and thirty right, session of said Legislative Council in any II A. F. DUVAL. JOhN W. OAIlK \ ELI.. I ride the uext uioriitn;; at 4. o'clock.: NotJ e. 1

Ii that from and after the said last mentioned year shall exceed the term of seventy-five _Tiillaliie", Aaf. 2. H.3.l. 52-tf 10 mile* north of Haw ksinv it'e! Pulatki Co. Ga. ._ ___.. JOhN \. Y.AR"A.nt., IT brinjj generally Lelicved and cxpcctctt thai
bills of bank July 3. 18!B. SO-4,. H'right T. Glisson, late of the County Len;
the or notes no be received Florida Notice.JF.MAY&DAV1U .
Pcuiiifeulaltailroad I
Jav
Steam '
j shal days.Sec. Jj-l In following papers will tezue' in-eri the in this emtory, died wiih m Imving any Ja.r.
in payment of any debt d ue to the 6. ,ln.l be it further enacted, That Bout Company. :I oxe three or four times, and lorward their accJllnlflJrp.'ID' C. WILSON are n.y heirs, NOTICE is beieby eiveo, accordin* to the

i United Mates, which bank shall after that all acts and parts of acts heretofore passed in AJEETI tG of the Siorkhold rs of the FLO. 'lIt-Tbe; Standard of the Union, ahse! Ice (n.m the Tf rn- statute in such case made and provided that aid

,late, issue, re-issue or pay out any bill or relation to the Legislative Council of Florida PE COM1MNY IN (UAIL.K.CMD. ..qNDSTEAMBOAT :. and federal Union, Mills dg'vihk; ColiimbiiH pnpeisMobile I tory, &nd will transact any busines c".mini tied to Wright T. Glis oa di-d at hb. U Point in the Co.
will be held in them. J. B. BULL.
denomination less than five dollars. I Ippro'eJ person Ala pa[ ers; Inwinton Ala., ((if ); New I of Leon, on the 22J July IP37, leaving personal
, note of a which ale inconsistent with or repugnant to or liy.proxy, st I..t..9iiustine! the first Mnn- Orleans Uee; Talliliassee and tit. Avuriistine any Flypapers I _'rahIahae., July: ."., 1838 48-if estate, appraised at about00.. Said GlUswa was

.\ July 5th, 183S.PUBLIC. j I I the provisions of this act, shall be, and the day in f$!< ptcml&>er next,Directors f'r the purpose of eleciirg i I ; and these I in the Cherokee section of ibis DH. F.-- S.-BEATT1EOFFEIld about 5 'fltt 8 inches ht!!hof ItglitcompUxioa and j

a president seven and Ir/\nstcting State. As I dotii Know t1! ciii- hair, and supposed t.u IJt about 25 of '
all ytara
I same are hereby repealed. such other business the inn' nf the n by name, I wish hi-Prufes-nonal services to the t&
.-No. 43. Approved July 7, 18o%:. m iy require, JOSEPH as S.rest SANC lIES Company i I all and every one 'ri'ncmin, the compass cxprebscd -rc ai.d the adjoin<* coulltr). His relations: if any, aie supixwtil to reside in the

AN ACT to amend I an act authoring the : JOB1.. FONTAINE toubIi'h Rs n''"vr rcqiie police, po&iie the reside nee ,I'J. l D. n'C.ICOtl, Jr. E.. hENRY: WALKER, Adminiitrator.
of War to establish a pension Puni.c..No65.AN A.Jf RtED
Secretary _- Tallahassee Ju'y' 6th,. 18'Jd. 4- ( July, 18'8. -6w
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4 IX wicks after 4JdLr I ahalt apply to the HOP. ,
JOHN M ,
HANSON -
in tV of Decatiir in the, establish f
Judicial:
town ACT to a new Dist CARD; S
agency ANTONIA 3 Jti'l-e of ihe Coimiy court of L'ii fir le tir* -
Slate of Alabama, and to provide for the trict in Territory of Florida. I ALVAREZ.TJlOMM of administration on the esUtci-f Marv Gaven, !laic 'r\veuly Dollars Reward.il'Lt.l.D UNFOUNDED repots luring'' the (temporary I
DOUGLAS : Olt SI OLEN fiom the Plantation
payment of certain pensions in the said I lie it enacted by the Senate and House of kCom'rsat Augustine.. i.f said Coun'y, deccasci!. of the s L"CIIcr: III Jackxuii; Couiiiy, on the few weLks that suSnciiber he at St. J'.ph for a
A. T. GAVIN. past was improperly d'-sosing
town of Decalur.Be I Representatives of the United States ot J"ly lOih. le.tH .1-tf 2'jth Ai'ril', a U.\Y HO!RSI-:, blaze face, one white < t the in hf p"sio", wuli intention
I 1-nh. I83. 5UJvvFour"llVni ) > properly uo
it enacted by the Senate and I House ,: America in Congress assembled' That all --Recci\or's- N-ot((. July _____ hind I fiN.t, add has lu->l h s ltd. cyft. He paces an. of goiu.z to Fiance, cauaed( an aituc'iricnt: to be

1of Representatives of the United States olAmeiic.i ,i the territory included within the : lIE Subsciilier bavinzbeen appointed Ro< eiJL lrrd"Dollars RewardPROCLAMATION 1 trots well, is aU.nl d or y y frits old, and ma k* d Mil-it out aa'u..1 him and the stoieanJ etrecisol"the
in assembled! % That theSecretary pre>ent.I .v.e.r 01 the Court r.friianrery of 'the Afid.!lieDistrict BY U. f*. outlic ri.hi shoulder.! Tiie aU'\e reward willlii late Isidore Gt-rnrJin Ocretiti, of whom he nadin :
Congics ,
boundaries Ifthe counties of Franklin, Wash1ington in tli,' CI seof n. G Raney-v wlfr, tt ct."S. RICHARD K CALL.Governor of the Tea ritory p.inl 'ti.r the di I hvtry: of said h.r3e at my pi.uitaiiun .ni-tra'or t>> be Jdvinl ujHrnunri rloseJ by I leat !

of \Vi be, and he is hereby, authorized and Jackson, in the 7'enitery of Florida I'j M 1. A. .tfrmistcad, liercl' y ;ives iiO'"ic''} all prrMiTii of Flul iida.T7 :0 miles bdut. .Marani on the Ciii[(oi.i riverbTEPHLN authlt.itrUn !,t n. mf.'rm(d of the occurrence,

if in his opinion I to reM : shall constitute a nuw Judicial District, 11I,1, h'cd 1.111'! 1 111e firms "fL.1.: .1. /rims-tad, IIP-RE:X5Ii he* l"f< n r ptescntd to nvf -, UIC11AUDS.July he fort ivvitli! rc.urui d U fl'aUiaha!*:I"! satisfird the I

ie and establish, said ectssar. in to be cal'ed the ApalachicoU District, the I; and. L, <$. MA .1rmi,(-ad Jt Co, on no'e, hot.d. t that HUGH DUNCAN ruiifu.cd. in thc Jail : 7, 18 .8-. 4 -p'd d.l ul ai.d ;i'ruv.-Cn.d a i'LsiuLdil: of tin: pr.ce:. II
tlie I of I Hnnlsville Alabama, ; and )the or '.0.. a
town of said removal the dcsrrihed Judge( which'Vhall. reside at St. Joseph's in I in l p'tifi.oe t-> the oxpin'-'s d......" of the, Court < .o I Ih'cs I i, ins.iii! County: i of Jt-I I'crsoii! on th<- ( HE r.nisi-rilitr! IMV; j 11 r. t-eivrd l Ioy S-I.o. ntr : and the u..de signed will be g'rdtclul' for .

\\'nl pensioners said district. nil. I I tMits .uiij.aid \s ill! be forthwith put ill u.1 at ni-.li> of the Lit1; ns-, mad' his t--tat.e. trum said 'I' \IIUII""OO:, try.u Ua gur, Ala nc, .1 re-,e\\ al lit ilK favoisof hi. ctiitiijiers I

in said act ,.hal be paid in 1 Huntsville. .Si-c. *.!. A oJ l he it further enacted!, That I |h.- IH-XI t. nil ,.f tin- Pr..r.r r.. irt. I He will send l-it' lij'burt llir ui:li the flVor of the apaitnunt 30 ihi>u>< iml It best rt-tr Bit i.Io, I IJ; <*,. 2 nick. 1-. (; :i-ARDf-f. '

.\ppro\cd July 5, :J8.: a judge marshal and district l shaH I '! alhl! uf d-lis due ill GjiUfIeii Ominty' ill a fi'ay w ill vxtitcli lie WAS'uufine'l.4m!! tlrii: ALEK, aN 1OOOO N.. Pine t'awed Shing'c' .' 'I' .\ m'r. nfl, G.i rtiii, lreeC':1:1eJ,
j
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attorney,
: t'l Isaac I It I tat rib, Esn, Qmnrv. to wl.oniinynidit : i g'o in.MI Slue, the propony; ..1 \VllIi11ur'! 5OO BLIs clii.ii Linif. Jnnf 21, I ttf'c--u.J 4t>

44i he appointed said d'xtrirt, having the same t nay l hl\ mad; all i.thrrHMIV all upon lie.I.fill'. (1 I i.i o.i.1 I j.'ii in the nullity af'.n-vid, : Ail i*: winch: they oiler up"i r .ls'II"b;> ..erm, Iuvtor N. I n.-.AIT ptiisnti.s ha'v'n; clam.s, t.g..i..st trIO'
l'tnrtc.-X. I IX j.jurisdiction, pout-is, duties and liabilities! in the sibsriiU-r at lii' t,1i. o MI Fall 'has'e. urn III!"I. d 11.1 tl.aiiof bunuMj nd! ribbing! the I .a-h. TAFT, I\uvr.\1.. estate n\i' r" j "':-'id to prisfit ihe san c lor settle-

!i .\ AC 1'IL t authorize vessels hound for the I I all respects, as are mv possessed by the judues J./.MKS: .1 ISEIITWELOT, Ke-'r. Jw"llI'- lnni>c .Joiin Siau...ter, "n tin- I ruttier in .I S; .I.iik4! Juy! G. ]B3i -43-t :..! .Is those iiaviii claims Mgaiint thesubs j I IIIIl'lIt

.juris of) Mexico, and) pn-cntcd from CoilI )- : of the superior courts, respectively in the Ju'y'2C.! lhW: 5.tfJVotir | Jiffe sun C. u.Ty aforesaid, made his: csc.
I tin! in of the ( *', i inn.NOW.THEREFORE. Notice.jjTHIRTY said til Ie urt- n'.iincd that at the Sprii.g 'I cnn.n''j .
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|lletin voyages consrqucnce Florida and the said marshal is ,
J'erritory I in iir": nec of law, I I.
I r IlL: Rl1h..1'1 ill rive.rot rc ;o hi' fi i'n.'s aU11 t I ilaysnfier date, hctticn will! \ Iof LPHH Couiiiy Court, the AjuiiListratorwill
i-htiti:blockade) of thoseports, to niter hereby required to give the same bonds that: the I HiMie in ?r nral!, that )I. l.rn <>p" m-cl anHNGKAVING .lo -rety o"er! a r.\\ a.ii uf 'I 1 w., I Iluu-lrtil I I Del ars he iia.lc Hi the Hon. Jud.re of J ap ick-on County I I ne! !Iii tin.il aCI'OUR'I and! mak>; liissettlement! ,

;iml} stole their cargoes in the pots: <-f the other marshals: are re<|iiid to give under the ,II. : .,. C( PI'ERPL.1TE I'RIVTI.NOOirics ; (or t: f "-ppicheiisioii all.I.ti\c..y! of raeli of .aid Court, fir If"ve to self! Ian Is bclorjinij t-> the "sutcofL and pmy A ilischjrje a: aJraiiiistiator: accord i'f t.>
United Stales.Ho ill the Town of Q'rn: Gud-ripn "If'nll"ft to the )irshat "f the \1 Id.lI. Di-ftnrt, of Situ dtrilate I IU..
laws of the U',ilc,1 States and the Territory y. County' < vi h. nfssi I C. unty 1-ivv. I
it by the Sena'e, : and I House( whtri' all ords \v H be rxecntj, i wj'h :th* rra't r.o'i.t.1. or in any jail in tie \1.dll.t.Mrict( alore- KLIZASMITM, \.Inl'rx. Notice.'P ,
of Florida be of and recordedas J .
f'I.Ide. to approved c. r<- and ti. IIlrh! i. Bunk Midand I l.i htrthy cnj ,un and require all mat;'! '
i : 'oiinn p Not p.ltcs.II- JMESsILrhi.a; JOSEPH FOWLING is the: auzh.rrseJ
United I
of of the : '
Ili-pn'sUMitativc": Sltt I Iul now directed by law. 1 voice.B.l's: : of Lad'ns.MapsChaits, Mcrcmtile and tres ai.d IH act; ojli.:er.- to bo .'i,il-mt in th apj.re- JORD4N SJ/ITII. \ Admr s. ei.t of the: subicrib during hiabncII. I'

f .\l I Ira in Cor;les assembled, Th:1: Sec 3. And be it further enacted, That Viiitmp Cards, &c. &.-. h".i ion; of the said u.li 1 tJ rs. I June :sl'h.: l 182-?. J1. w. p'J H. UERRY.V j

MV vessel winch has brcn turned off from her i the said courts shall be holden at the times : ANo, Copper Plato Frin'ti.grx'ciitcd it'i ne it. high li DusiC-Jii j isaljout five ftLt 10 i'Il'lje' hihi, June 314C 1
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n'.ss.-\nddcj .>tch Silver dark kill, black hair ant cytb, thin ,i issg. and Notice.
of destination in J/exico by the p plate of e\e'ydeitrn
>rt ,
; and} established law in said district Notice.
hlock-I places now by .1[ ul thirty (.IJ. .. originally front LIe.
neatlvonzrnvcJan'1rpr. >:iir d. ycur / |)lIE B.x.kof Account 'If the Subwri'-er- I
;ding squadron, may land ai.d] store her until changed by the Legislative Coun- 1'11051. STRATfON. 1\url.alt..f\.r.hCltoJ.na. A"id aiJ Nero iA left in the inni-U of J.V". Cl,lIds, at th.- JAMES J. DIRGE li.w pacedithacouiitaii. .

n any port of the United States into w hzili I! < il of said Territory ; and all process execut- [ q'iinry.Jn1y-25.'R38 Sl.'f lIIn, iavc is iilnjiit f.ve feel two or time ihhes P.antors Hote''. A.I p-rsi-ns indr-U'.ed thereon nicnii'sted I 1 I' fr: cullction.. with pereiupii or- !
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*!,ic may first enter, to be kept under the cus- cd by & returnable said courts us a of, Tax Collector's Notice. h gh, thick set, rjTii'c: black, of a forbiddui ro'inte- to rail and settle !.y n-.te or otherw: -rs tii proceed Itrthuh :o sett e iliciu. Perou I
part I 111to e.l1L: ; C4L: and mike
I of the house free from duty or hIOC M-r.s >mui f.r City Taxis uanco, a djwn l..ok, aDd t w.en adj.css.d sclJ niio 0.' tl.tir ac-.>u'Us will be l I..ft with Juicr of the pae itata'diat&pay.ti..iL -
txly custom arrears
I tim district! of West Florida, as heretofore organized | pie.i'ItU. Ks i. .. eUier' t-j Charles S. diblcv, Cxi ,o.- I
U p.Gum Pac rcjlioetiu.i. GEORGE FIS//ER.
\i to 8wi 1 ti'i.! roller that unless
\ ;ny other charge, except the usual storage : II I!!' shall be as effectual in law as if timeS ilivv) conic I forward f..rt'ith' ant settle their arciinnts under my h:1n.1l.ndcaltll.11 1 19th day of June 2t, I f Wvt.Ai.ISNDOLPH.: I

_ Provided, The said cargo he re-exported lid dists ict hid not bee i changed ; and) it will l bc returned l. lh Intmdxnt, for th'- Ju'y, lbJd.: n. K. CALL --- Talla'.asfpf.JuneaOtlT, :*. 46-2in-- I

within twelv months from the time of its be-I: shall be the! duty lithe present marshal of the purpose nf having exicution is ied. Thai will Guvtrnorof Flornli-! For Sale. Notice. :

j lUg so stored, and the provisions of the exist-i'. district, of West Florida 1 all I I tie r.o discrimination. S. II COURTENEY.iilarliaI .sici ll-Eugine-- O N E iwo horse J tre.0'lL oii, hung on springs JAME- W. CALLAWAY, is my ;ent i.
to execure .
pro. j ufTal alit ENGINE, o' Miiticient per to Also, TV o one horse J er-t'y Wagons.JuneD all!! my business in Middle Florida.
. tag laws relating to the importation of goods, j|. cess now i in hisliands| and he shall he responsible -,j July 2 tl., 1SS.! r.t-tf m' Anxore'Unt pairs Mill I Sti nes, and (,lIr or five 41 WM. //. FRANC! A. McNEILL.Jun i I

: with the privilege of re-exportation, without ,. in like manner as if this act had not: N. B. My titIke' is in th- buildup fo m rly Q--I-U S<\\10. is oflVred for saie upon reasonable terin- - 'th. IR3S. 46ll' !

the payment of duty, er with the privilege of I j i been passed. i! "ifd McKaeny N.aws! n>iw o-Tiipicd by \lr. Should it not be bold in iw.i weeks any person AGKXCY AT W.4 Fl ING'PON CITY. I New Goods. ,

a drawback; of duty, shall he applicable to'jiiodsuntried '. SC('. 4. .Ihd} be it further enacted, That I U. \\'il"'II-I'rs.. n o\\ in-; :If'f..r lft'51.arreus :\ nd' uis'iing to put tip; .\ Mill of any de cription, in III.y FRANCIS .\. DICKENS, of tl-e Oily. of Wash LJOT liE hsnibcriia'jns! receictlper Si hi on i-
I of ,
and stored under the provisionsiIthis I the marshal iuid district shall will: savfcoslbycjllm; :mde tlnsii section couiitiv, caii hi\e a first rate oiler.: Fup.ir&iriilars :\illg i e"i:nell the ajijOli,ment held er Tusraw-il.a direct trim", < ..w.rk, aa bsoortintiit ,
| judge, attorney, W. R. JONES
Ii.otely.! IUfl"lrC..r by him t"r severnl in the lilt I \Varli'pnrtirieni"
S. 11.1 C. ynr Tiewiry of ,/IIi
I act, except as heitin, otherwise providcd. I'i': have the salaries, fees and compensation, as ';, _Noticed -- -- --Coluiiiimii.- : GH. J"ne 14th, I-3-. nV3w has undprt.'k the Agr-nry of Cl ,::'mbdorr > .Choice GIOVEIUES.-txpO'c't.Spring > Sumnner: GOODS", italy, a'so, a lurrher a few 1:

I I are allowed and paid to the other judges. rlHF..clikl.i.M I : ,Ms ".f ihc Tdllala""t'e I KAILJL The :,11 uso ii in of Congress, nn.1 oilier br.inc'ies! r>f the governm UPI'' r 11cr S.hio.nr Lniikt.'tltill.I I'urdust'u are ,

. .jl .\jipio\ed, July 5th!, I:3:'Jc-. j': marshals and district] attorneys in said Terlitory J i 1 Ht ',II COM I*ANY arc hr. ly m.nfied thatn roirr.MN: rxRATURE: SCIENCE & ART, lit, ini'liidinzcommts, ifners undrr trrr.itifs and !I Hll"e.leaJ to cull III1J evumnfr themselves :
I-. !Iht-I! month E. Liteill & Co. IIZChr the variuiipublic offices. HP will ultend
I by I" L.
p every fur .
instaliiK-ni of I'm.or the en".1 ere.lil.
under the laws of the United States, or I > | rent on ipitil i -kiti ItjpI uitt t
I ,
suit io !ti'ii Street', I'll ladHphiu/ ;it HIX dollars a ye,ir, all pr--emj'tii, cla.m-; :.-lie pr"cI1rin* of pn- ALEXFOi
couiMiiy| requ red in be ,paid a' lh nfficcf : WY DUV.1L.
PU'HI.IC-Xo.t:;. the Terriloi}* uf Florida, out of any money I .. th c"uiiaiiy| on or lulo'e the Ijlh lay of Au- payalil in advance. l >i-t'ant s'iS" !rr>bjrs are requested tents for public I limU-cl.-ii'ns' fir hors-e l'wi in 1'.,Ilalii' ..... June 15th l"jfiNotice.:
AX ACT to authorize the i issuing of I'ah'uts' in the Treasury not otherwise\ appropriated. gilt neAl lo remit a :$;r note on roniit. lh v-rvii-c flhe lni',-d Sta.es-pn-pertydestroy- -- -- --- -

7th 1S3 *. I oid uf the Pr.ideiit With tie }ear I IrtlWbigJn.s:) the FourthJluIne !d, invalil I, revolutionary md navy pension*,-I II I "
to he till last hoaa fide transferee l of rCM'r.1 i Approved July : By <;i ] ami Hircctori. URlNG .
T. I IS.: nETTo of a new '' ,jes, Complete elj of winch rin be fur- claim'! for revolutionary! IU'n ice, Wr.l! t lit r for c'JII-1 I ir.y absci.ee frr.uiJohn lte Terrftory,
\'4t IlIs unJIr the treaty between the Uni'Stati'S I I. - T/\'I.lha..f'.'Jt. R Qilicc. July 25 1 8HH N.-Scr'y..i l-t fIllought nikhed! Two Dol'ar' a vol.une in nnmliprs, or I mutation. h.ilf|'ayrir bounty land. HS well those JLJr / F. K.UI'icier i. u.v autlOrJLIIg nt i >

tt: and the 'reek tribe of I indiat.s, .I.I ';-Y, I: aicS. ",uiorzed) tll ItIlIlUu..e CzIAltt.1SI : Two U"ltalllliHI, a Hxlf Inxind. Thr new Series J nainnt ,ih. date of Virginia ws tlie Uni'cd States; EDIX \V.it. fOREY. .
I II .
liich was concluded on the WCII'' y-fourth I I 'II I1LI.ES'h hb a <.an Ji'Uie Jo itj>ixin to Jail l-egim because we are no l'ngrr aMe to supply I 1.111 claiiiM SP-WIII;; out of contract wish the :"VCrlinleiit. Marl.June 17th IbJd.t.Lr .

ufMarcu hundred and thirty-two I K' Le"ii County I in tli** m-.xi a ('..uu-.ilHun' : ON the lOih msi. the following Negroes order for rnrrplft1 !"'>. rube '.| i.CONTENTS I I \r d images "ii-'aiin.-ij ill t eighteen : JIHLO.n boy about S years IIf i age, light OF THE J(T I.Y NU \: BElt.L j I the a' lion or conduct of the jf,ivcnimrur. And in- NOTICE. { >
lie it enacted by the Senate and House of II I' ."/ : a lit 1111". 'd LEI ..intiouti c tho rJLilH.. Coinjilexion, j fret C inches hiih.-COU, f- of ">\ ill'aia: \Vilbcrlore by lii<< >. ..nll.1llingl.ur1t, iie. ii|, air I.iistncss bef,re ;..n'jn-s.s or th. pu'lirI '1 IX Jlnftihs aftn tie date hereof, we wit ap .ty-
laml.Jjte LeoniCtntv [
Representatives of the United States of America \\'tI.I.:01l31'hue:, i-exl ( ,uiiciI.c replevin! a boy about "Zl jeais "I[ agr, li; ht com : Review I I. otfii-e w hioh m.iy nsiptire thin :uid ofan ,iger.l or at t" the Hoi.ornble Judge uf the J.-nniy Court

in Concrris assembled. That, the Prei-I t III plexion feet 5 inches high.l Both say Gi>rr<- I IV and Qui.eii Caroline, IJ.Vlllle' I torn.:y. ofLei'ii e"nl,' rJr Lete-; tiisiriisorv ,'n Lh E:.

dent of the United Stale be and is hereby '! \ E are authori7.nl: in um> 1 I as a c.tiijidaic. to present China Grove, Alabama. Th owner is hereby Tail's )13,11.111, the ;amoimtof dai'll. :,,1! tho! ext' in of ihc fCVAlii P. KERU.

authorized and -required to cause patents toj j I Leon County in the lit xt Legislative Council. retpie&ud to come foiuard ])roic |'io[>erty, pay Lane's Translation of the Ar.tbanil&ts: \.ICt' I R. \Vr.LLrORD: t.

I* issued to &ch person or persons at may belie J charges and take thc.n away. SfiectaLot.londet&i. lIki.s: > ij known tomosi of( those ui&oitav,' June 1 '., la.8.-4.:-Gi>-a.TO" idwl..i"t\tor .
bona tide purchaser owner, ;assignee or ] /E 1 a.reuulnnzrdt''announce! STOCK LEYSADBUitY ROBEIIT LLOYP.St. ; 'J'rallolLt.d! from the French, been in CinZrens \ itlt.n the last few yeatS, or who --- ----
: t"Mj. as a candidate to renrc- MaiksJTulih.JdS-'. ;,I..lf F.-xamintr.; l.ave nc.-opieJ any pub'ic'! station at V aslnnj: IOr.. I'L.tNTEHs.V .
transferee of any selection or reservation sent Gulvtleu C.,uuiy in tile Slate : n''CiE -----Noii-c._ Mr. Ctirl re's L'Tinrps. d<, All letters must be p't paid. 'lIIU TEEN tins Cast Iron "
which has been nju r"e to, or in behalf of. any Mr. Lisfcr's Life of Clarendon, Spectator. (iifc.euccG..V. ll. K-Cnll (,.\-. Wm. I'.thi.: JL for pn -ftarirriveil from the Ilakimora d.vn-
nfter
months date
IX will
mllioriz-aJ JONATHAN we our accoUnts -
are 10 present for sale
unnouiire
chief or head of an Indian family, under u : 'I ItOCI .SON. Esq .IS a candidate to represent S and vouchers t the Hon. the Judge ol H'/mrward Bound. do val, Gen. John 1'. Duraihtj.Je.sLe H. 'V\I1g\ J-yallll Jun- 9 44 by KLT'l t.'IUEJ.

treaty conclnded between the United States GaxUdcn 'County i in the Stale Cnn OfllOi1.' the County Court 'Gndudf-n County, and applyto Jonathaiana, Monthly Chionicle April ?*. I ttn.. 3H-ly'r. In Leon
from the the To a Child ll.ckw..d'sJ.az1ne.. -- superior be diacliariiert
and the Creek tribe of Indians, at Washing- I aHmmistiaiion on cv-
1838.
t-iteofSanud Edwnds decCASf d. The Somuarabulist Tsu': Magazine LOOK AT PJ.'IIIS:
ion city, o& the twenty fourth day of March. ;t,E are autlioiizeJ to announce Duncan RACHEL I'.OW: P.ftS..ldinr'x. A Tale of G nUII larye Bi nlley's Miscellany LOST on the road leading from Pleasant Grove Richard! Damson, PJai.titf, )
.
t'isliteen, hundred and thirty-two, whatever 1'1 Baker. F" us a candidate to rejicscnthe I fl'M. II. HUBB.JRD, .IdmV. Oliver Twist, \with an engraving) do A Plain Notevof Hand, vs. ) U A.t"p.e'rlr.1Iham .
of Gad t-d in the Stale Cuuvcn tion.W
may be the number of intermediate transfersor County II July 19th. t 183 .r.6m| Jock among; the .dfumiuit s, (do) do KivenbyJimcy C. Kirk!.od, to ih Siil.acriber or '\ n.m Sfn. d.fen.hnt. )
,I -- The Compact New Monthly Ma izin* liearer. f>r fifty dollardated about tIe, 2Uih or ONinoiiunoft.i-s d'fenJ.lI1t. by his aLt orDer
assignments; Provided, The person or i: nrf authorized to announce E.CA RRIN( -1::!I A CARD. A Long While Ago do May, I leJ-W.and n.ade payabfe ihe first of Janu a I iue! be laid upoh Tl>6n -

persons applying for such patent or patents 'rON C A BKLL.as a candidate to repieseutefTerson I lave the honor and l Ratiiinriion of annonnciiito To Una, with a Shell, Da'-lia University Ma;. next. All pi i sons are I.ereby warm d Trom trading iry as tJ>aw*>n Hna Josiah Daw.fon, KxtCMfornuU heal \
shall adduce coun'yin the State Convention. the fri.-ndsof the 1 4J" Institute of Florid, The Dau hier'M for said Note and J. C. Kirkl cntaiUesof il PLiintlfT
satiJ.iclory proof tin commissioner Heqncfct MetropliiaiiThe d from pavin it repre > Richard DawSon :
t of the General Land Office of the fairness that the Will" is piojrcssing with\ery IiO)\ of sncceit. Blacksmith's Hame TaVs Magazine P. H. MURPHUV.1June to appear here at the next term of this Court, .
: Candidates (or the Convention.TCT The continuance of our Indian difficulties The Fortunes of Sir Itibrrt Ardngh 15, 1838. 45Notice. and thaw caus why this tutIliL' 'bld Dot be revived '
of said several preceding transfers or as- i is the primary reason why it has cot lireu br. nlit '
E are authorised to announce the following Dublin Uaivirsity MagazineDr. and stand in their najn 5AnJ it appearing
t slnmcnts. NTpeuJeinen as Candidate for he State I to the eonbid'ration Congress this i.et- ion. That M.ir>hmin Friend uf India by sa idfactorr evidence,that the said Executors .'

Approved July 5th, 1838.PUBLIC. i Convention, from lUtir re [icctivc counties. patriotic enlightened body will toubtle! iew Irish Reapers Tail's AfagazineHymn 0 CrTIIE Subscriber haY ng ere 'ted STEAM not inhabitants of lhi Territory$ but live m the I
it in the light in which it has been viewed by the diTO MILL at his place State of South Carolina it is
Leon County. to Spring t\\-0 and a half miles East of ordered that. publication
icflcciinjj and feeling ot'the: nati >n, at a work ol an Idiot do allah.issec will tr of this rule be made for S
Col. H. Jas. D. Westcott Jr. ready at oil limes to supply four months in A public
Washington immense usefulness charily autilicauty l and altogether -
with '
Zicri do Lumber .nd Meal those who favor him DcwspapcpUblished in this District, accordingtolaw
.-No 62. Maj. John Taylor Maj. George Ward Worthy the patronage of n great and mag- Nicholas Nickleb Nivkleby! Papers with l.application, JOHN G.may GAMBLE. % .

ANAC'r reorganize the Legislative Council Gen. Leigh Read Gen. Samuel Parkhill nanimont nation.Vhntcer may be its issue Fight with a LiortVatrtotj'" Nat. History I N't'.,nn.nIMa, June 23, 18 J8. 46-tf A tri1 c"py from the inibntcf.' .

of the Territory of Florida and for Thomas Reynolds 1* A Thompson, Ksq. {I hope my Allow citizen: will- believe me. when Subsrriptioim received by S.S. SIBLEY. r Teste. T.HOS. H.CUVALcreik. !
that it i ill the honor and happiness army fellow
sty, Dated June
other WANTED. ;,h 18;. 4 tio4
Cut A. M. Gatlin
purposes. Col. H. W. Braden en'atare". I am eking, and the advancement Notice. BLACK BOY _= .
tte it enacted by the Senate and House of Gov. John Branth Col. \Vm. Wyatt of the best interests of my country. subscriber having obtnaied lef.ers: 6r Ad- 4 She.making; business.as an Apply nppientice toFR.EDEIUCK to the JOHN C. JACOB, .
THE -
Representatives ol the United States of Anerh Col. Robt. Bailer Col. John G. Gamble Your Fellow Citizen. upon the e>.t..re of. Henry Howard FILER. 1-IR.ST; PREMIUM I ..

** j Congress auemhled, That the Legislative Gen. John P. Du Val Gene Thos. BrownDr. J. A. L. NOR IAN. deceased, all persons indebted to said state Tallahassee,June 16, 1838-if 45LIST Cabinet Choir- & Sofa Ittak'ch
shall Jail 9th I Ib38. Sl-lf will please taak imme-lifttr payment, and those OfNcw York.-lale from ColumItU8.Georgi. '
of the of Florida
power Territory Ben. ChairesOodsden }
i be Thos. B. Wynn Major Notice. havaacIaims will; piesent them within the time OF LETTERS remaining in the Post RESPECTFULLY
vested in the Governor and the Legisla I weeks after date Iblull he lion. e at Thomn "ille, the f
County. SIX apply to prescribed by la';,. A. M. ALEXANDER. Georgia, on first the citizen*.of TallaluiMecv
t"e Council. The Legislative Council shall 'Daniel Buie John Cayford Judge of the County Court Jdf.uQI1. for SLMarkii July 6,1&58.-48-if day of July, instant, Which, if not taken out within ;- 1 and of the Terriioryoo. i

consist of two houses, to be called the Senate letters administration on the estate of Farquhar three months, will be sent to the General Post Of- rid, generally that he has ;
Jefferson Conntj Mactat, late of nid cottniy' drrenned. NOTICE. tit c as dead leHcis.PerM'iii .
and Houso of The House r j. ii- rmanently located hin..'.
Representatives. Joseph M'Cants, Esq. Farquhar Maorea, EDM'D B. VASS. 4LI |ltrl..ns indebted in the estate of Dr. J. caltin-; for anof- the annexed letters ill 10 the City of TaiLhaaee S ,
t3 fi
Representatives shall be organized and the Daniel Bird, Esq. John N. Partridge July28th,1838. _51-6 w .' $te wart, de'-.on book.'ccuum or otherwise [-leaae say advertised.AMerm j- _.. for the pnrpcsc of n.anufac-, .
members thereof shall be chosen as is now precribed I COKN7 "" are requested to call and discharge the Same; 'in D.ivid Morriii James i urinif CABINET .f
Col James Gadsden Col. Abram Bellamy and all those having demands will them Atwell Lewis 2 M'Mnrrian MrsElizabethAndei WARE .1
by law for the present Legislative A large quantity of very excellent CORN is present in till its brunches and as. i _
Thomas J. McNeill! James
fcr Bcltleinent the subscriber. sou
offered for sale in lots suit
Council; and in addition to the present nura Notice. low to purchaser, at JOSEPH: RICiMUDSON. Jr. Adm'r. .\\frell John MeMath Andrew 2 SUnS the public tint it will be 10 thoir IIdvan t'e' -
ber1 there chosen for *r-o" l.avinmy Plan of the City an extremely price by a gentleman who is desirous by giving i orders J instead of
shall bo one member ANY the his July 14th, 1838. 4'J-if Alderman Will MarJrie RobeitAdkiusnn ere importing vrk i t
center a favor by lending it at my Auction leaving city, as engagements call (torn the north the stle and -
the ,
County of Calhoun one for the County Htx-m. R. J. HACKLEY. him eUewhere. Miss Martha McLcod Catharine as workn>jnslip will t

elf Dade, and an additional member for the 4u. 4th .1838. P. S.-He also wishes to M ll Iwo N' ro Men L NOTICE. Bricked Thomas II Mi-Leod & Albiiitou not be excelled by any in tie United States.
i t Co-pzi rtnirslii' heietoforr cxistin TTE
I County of Duval. The Senate shall consist of good character-the on? a BRICK LAYERthe STEWART $ BARN.4RD, bci.< Brassvrell 5'imeon 4 Alerritt Jon.ahac not to order froin the north, as the subaeritcr wilt S

! of eleven members to bit chosen as follows : Notice. pond other house a PAINTKR servant and& coachman.CTEnquire GLAZIER. who is. alsoa / dissolved by the death of the seuim partner, all Ilrsswfh Simeon jr. Neely Mrs Eliza: ) th be, able ti> supply all demands upon tho sltortnt no
three sliall Copllrtnt'hllip heretofore existing under pi rsons indebted to the firm are lequested id make ClcmonsVm.. Panamoie Mrs tie?.
be chosen from the Judicial THE Bar Nancy
( of
western at the the Planters Hotel.
: firm of LEIWITH& TILLING IIAST immediate settlement and all having clailus will i Clen i i'4 John Raines 1. H R, fcrenees.-Gov Csll!, R J. Uaeklty, E. Lock.
, District, including the said county of was di. ovod! by mutual' convent on the 15fi of TaU"hal'sAe, July 21. 1838._gQ.if please present the tame. Crawford William B. 2 Rawls Miss Martha erman, R. Haywu.d. \V. H. Brodie, Cani.. Brown.

ranklin ; by general ticket of the qualified June last. All person who have claims against Committed to Jail At St. Marks, E. BARNARD Surviving Pai-tncr. Everett Aaron Reltars Wiht A. Alston, Col. U. W. Bradcn, Wm. Lester, Cjpi

voten of said district, including the said co. of he firm will present llirm to Mr. Ledwith for set. as a RUNAWAY, a Negro Man, who Tallahassee July 14th, 1838. 4 -tf E.isonJuhi, Sellers John sen. 2 Lavinus. tTHHlS -

1-ranUn ; lour from the middle Judicial District tlcment ; and all those indebted will make payia 'Dt L says his name MILES, and that he belongs Notice Edwards or Ed.rds T. F.Secktnger Simron Tnnell 9 NEW Fiit'tt.
him alone he being duly authorised to settle the to James McNeil, .f .- .
of the to Montgomery F Dempsy Sullivan J> hn 0 subscribers hare this
east the absence of the subscriber day associated
Aralacicola river a por
be chosen LEDWITH.CJMR.
to MICHAEL County, Alabama. SaiJ ii about DURING Oeddin
same negro the and of the late ; Jessee Thomas Mil Martha E JL ibemsclvrs together under the firm of
also notes account? firm
by generatk et of the qualified bunineu at the 5 feet 9 inches uish and about 24 GiUoB Doct. D
vo. | : LEDWITH continues years of KEER & STURGE3. are left j ib the hamU of C Tucker Capt henry C. Gamble & Reid,
ters of the cou sties of said district ; w liwitc old Stand, and daily cxpecli a Fall, DKsnrunent. _,old; The owner Ar said Sla u is reques- Mr. JAMES KIRKSEY. All persons indebted Gains M G Thon-pson Mrs Nancy for the purpose of I ransartiu; business in the:c4 V

as aforesaid; three (rpm Ibe eaktern Judi which he will be obl to furnish liw customers OB t to come forward, prove property, pay charges will please make payment to him. HadleY Simo-t 0 Thomas Thomas Tatlahas&ee-: *.

cial District, to be chosen also by the best term.. *" M. I* : anti. take kirn away. ROBERT LLOYD, Jailor. PATRICK KERR. Horn James! M Thomas Mr or W Young; They will Lave oa hand at all times a'"genenl
general
: ticket of the of the Tallahassee, Augjl, 1834. fif July 19th. 1638._- ( TdhlahssseeJulq 14th, 19,3w Hag;in'Jnhn Lisry Jes&y assortment of goods and will disposed toaerm
qualified .
voters counties -
Allen ..
of .
Blank Check Books Hacan Vaun Mist Mary their friends and the public the most faVora-
said district ; and one from the southern Ju Carriive* Ilamew MaianIrOPTHE ON the Union Bank, for Sale at this Office. Brought tt jail; Hanell David D W Walker George t U terms. JA3I upon& B. CAMWLE.AL .

dicial District, to be chosen also by general eoifed the aiervi- On the 3utli ?Jane, a dark Miilattne I Inferior Court ThomasWilkes Francis $ REID. ,
t subscriber lurinr BUL1CKS. BOY about 13 or Iff years .f who Jones Thomas WitfieId James E
ag ,
cut ,
June 41GALL1GHAN1S
7
i38
of the frum -
qualified ,voters of the counties CM of a skillful Carriage and Harorsi Maker, General AsBortmen of Blink printed on tavs histtares William arid thit be Jones John Williams John"Jons ,

for said district. Said Senators shall be elect the North, begs leave to inform hIS friends and the A good paper, for sale. at tbi'Office. llteiongs James Lewif new Tallahassee Thomas Oormcs 4- WodsUd Jt din VEGETABLE

t4 f(?r the tjcrnj of two years. public tluit air olden (or repairs fce, shall be punctually U5tkn Executions, Blank Deeds, 4 \'rite Owner of said .boy is requ.ited lo'corta Lee John WiUaoa Richard tfEYER'AND AGOE PILtf i -h *- '

Sec. 2. Aid be ft; further enacted That and neatly executed.Saddlerjr Simmons, 'Bill of Sale, forward, prove" property, ahd 'tae.. jLa-rinu.William Weal Janvs 2 certain and la still core for lhi 'disease.t for
Work B. Declarations A
Subpoena, .fuorney'f .himawiy. LeiolUirgelJoshua 'W1ait. '
roeiuben of ,Caleb aaleby '. "SWADDELRAND0Lfltw'
Iill Je? wy LegisUtire( Council i:. B. CLARK. Warrants, ReCUf1izanc AMES A. NEWMAN, Jaitnr.Tbomasrllle JAMESWiSMmlP M. "

receire each four doll;rt per 4km T.lll1bll s.cc, May 5, IBM, J-I( &1' A'- Ik(. &(. : Thomas Co Ga. July 4, IB38. 49 TI1,nasvi1tt, Ga/July. Jst.J'0:, 49-3w TatTahatcre, April 14, ist&: -** 158 '- ?

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"4alaUg'Mer'. Notice I'ills are purely and SOLELY vegetable, and contain NOTICE. Comml"D-HO Orleans. EDUCATION/

: -. neither Mercury, Antimony, Arsenicnor, any other 1 those indebted to the subscnlxr will please LONG & GRIVOT, A MARRIED gentlemanand f, lduateotth

: .NOTICE. mineral. in any form whatever. They.are entirly ALL forward and liquidate their accounts, themselves at New Orleans University Glasgow, ;low ,
SIX month cfter 4aU application will be made composed of extracts from rare and powerful plants, either cub or note*.-, fcio intention of pressing HAVE transaction of Commission Business rieaeed ia the business of taitien aad aee--

tbeeoaDtJ'coartorLeoQ county for letters the virtues of which,though long known to several the by is contemplated but simply to get a set- and solicit the patronage of their friends and the to read the preoaratory and undergnd, co
_ of di.missio from the administrntioR of the estate Indian tribes,and recently to some eminent pharmaceutical lenient parties berere the business seanm, re-commences. public, to which they pledge their best'si, es with candidates for, and members of, the
. of D rant C. Craft. E. P. GRANT, Adm'r. chemists, are nltogether unknown to the R.J. HACKLY. Arril7 3S-tf 'f'.-' Carolina College, wishes to locate hwneir-p.
June 3mS Lgro.spretenders to medical science ; and were 38-tf RECEWED. neutlvat the expiration of the present jear iH*"
never before administered in so happily efficacious: AVriU8IYB.' JUST healthy part of }Florida*aa Principal of an iJj .
I NOTICE. a combin.uio NOTICEs HUNDRED OUNCl$ French Qui my or College. His lady has devoted almost i
t SIX mon' alter dale application will be made Their first operation is tu loosen from the coals s hereby given,. shall present my accounts ONE Sulphate' Acetate VMariai0< of ) ears to the arduous duties of female eJseat *T
? the county court of Leon county fo lettr rs of the stomach and bowels, the various impurities and vouchers as administrator of the estate of Mure Line and a general a mentof Frewh and and intend to make it the business of laer life "'
oldiamiasionfrom the mJmini.trtion .f the esute and era titles constantly settling around them and Samuel Christopher deceased, to the honorable! English Chemicals. Twelve Mahogany MedicineCluests References for competency and character eaaC
of Asa H. Rh'Kles. E. P. GRANT, Adm'r.43m6 ; Judge of the County Court of Leon County, at of Meelicinct
Gentlemen
in
to remove the hardened faces which collect in the and a large supply Drugs, given to Literary Sosthand Ca..li.
t!f June2 convolutions of the small intestines. OtliT medicines next spring term c>f aid Court, for my final set- Perfumery, &c. &c. For sale bv Florida. Letters addressed to R. LJf .

\ t NOT1UK. only partially eh nMt these, and leave such VECETABLl iemenl and discharge front said ADAM administration.WIP.ICK. WADDEL, R.1NDOLPILEH'IS. A. YorkYiHe.F.C., will meet whh iD1lDt1'.te

$; months after date, I shall present my ac collected masses behind, as to produce habitual May 19 41 allentK.n.
SIX and .oucher to the lion. Judge of the rosiiveness, with all its train of evils or sudden diarrluEA May 26 4imG1I0UCK' NOTICE. -

County Gourt for Gai'sdcn County, and apply' for with its imminent dung-err. The second PANACEA. BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY. the first Term of the County

I final discharge from the aJministrattrsliip of the effect of the Vegetable Life Pills is cler.be the kidneys AFRESH su'plynfLhe above valuable m dio (HE subscriber respectfully informs At in tb* year 1839, we Court shall.f.
Gilleland.de..fltCUIBALD .-. and the b'addcr and this the t icceiveJ. For sale by pr ni
estate of the late W.lliaiu by means, livci J the citizens of Talla- and voti'-her and
. SMITH, Jr. end the lunr., the healthy action of w huh cniiielj HAYING stood tile test<>f experience are ic-: STEW AU T liARNAKD. .M ....>.*ee and vicinity, ibM ho has our accounts and discharge as, Eieet apply ior a bal
d the dicidedly 2g; 42CAURIAGJo settlement, tor*, Of t th. ,.
1 Alininistrator. depends upon the regulinty of the uniaiy: organs to t public as superior May commenced the menufacturirg of of Drury Williams, J,ceased.
: aumcv.Mav. 12. 1817. "O-Cm Tho bbod, which takes its rod colour from the ngt'D- to any combination nedirine ever fiercd ; MAKING. BooU-und Shoes in this city, in tate GRI.EN II. CHAIR.: s.
of the liver and the bugs before it into to the Amer.cau people. The proprietor o.( these of )
the E
I cy passes iCP'THEsubstriber having engaged the servi- the building immediately opposite store froM PETER CHAIRES ( Ieaalof> .
NOTtC' the heart being thus purified by them, and nourish pills, bcin a regular: bred Physician, and having he is
where
will be made I .a via sktl ful Carriage Maker, from the North, Fiencli & Cook, on Afunroe st prepai- March 28. 1838. 31
.
months' date application ed by food coining froin a clean Honiach pranked his nroliss.on dIet lively for many year. of Sm's
S courses Ira ir.form his fiiends and the public thai ed to manufacture all art.Vlesin; his line bjim< is.
\e '
wtleIIonJudge of the Ccunty Court of'ffrec.ly the viens different climates is enabled tu otter tothe afflic- oegs -MQ gpLTU1 m -
tlirj'.igti renews evciy part of the in all orders for repairs &1' shall te punctually arid he hagood workmen in his employ, and will war- D...
,
L.-on County, for uf dismi ion from the ad. ant triumphantly mounts the banner of ted invnld a mtdicinc on lh ertecls t f which he under igred
leler J system, end at
respectfully
i ncaily executed. E. B. CLAHK.i rant his work to be done in the best manner, infcrm A.pluntcrs .
winiitration of estate of 1L7.eki.lh Waters, I health in the blooming chetk.l is willing to ri-.k hi* rrpntati.n. 5 l I33. 39-tf ieanonabe! it&-I. of Leon and ailja-ent counties tbatlte
Talahns! May pi j
f ate ohsiltcCnrr' irc.LUKEY. I l Tue fol'owin; ore among the distressing variet; He dots not pretend that they are positive i Boots footed and other repairing done on ocrom made ami appointed DAVID C. WILSOK bi"lt01Jtas;
1 t, WATER, Ad.m'x.. of human diseases to which the Vegetable Life Pill cure, or even beneficial, in iveiy complaint, but MID. D1ST.) -LKON SUP. COU ItT.Allgulus modatin terms. to sell E. W. Pitt's patent Cotton CULllVV
May 12. 1838. 40-6m are well known to be infalliablc : he most firmly Lelic"rs th.t it nil diseases where a Alb ton ) Sum's nd res. in As-1 fir $700C ; FREDERIC FILER TORS. He respectfully invites ihe Planten to ?
,
NOTICE.: DYSPEPSIA, by oroughly cleansing the first tarlhartic or an arericnt medicine is needed, thy vs > dam. Attc'h for $3,3iOO, issued 3 .tf and examine for themselves. raJl

months ofterdate, application will be made and second stc.marhs, and ci eating a how of pure will be found Jar suj-eiior to aty of those drasncpurgative Thomas J. Green ) May 3, 1;33, rct'blc: to Nuveni April 28. IfeM.HIE C. F. CLBUGll
SIX vfLeonCounty bile mdicinei winch! are so mmh p-ifled in Lee Term, I 1838. Tallaliajw, Dec- 26, 1936. .1
the) Hon.Judge of the County Court luulUiy in-tead of the stale and aciid kind ;- DRY GOODS. t,-
for letters ol dismlslul from the administration Fhtuhncy, Pnlpita ion of tin- heart, loss of jppc the public punts us punticisof tie blood. /Him 'VI IK d< fendant! in said case and all oU.cn. inter Subscriber has jun nciivcd and is now GADSDEN UPo CUURT, MID.
taken to till dnecti.m acoompanjingthim notice of the institution of said slit, DIST
take
of saul tie H'Ari-L nccorilii'g cstfd, will I
Dreux Lite >rirn.iid Hc.id.ichr Rcstles
of the estate of ne-s, III assoitnunt .( DRY
S countydiceased. Francs. BECK3TEIN, temper, Anxiety, Langour, and Melancholy, which they 4\1 e highly btiuficial in the prevention l h y attachment, .9 al'flbaidtJl": they are ruiumc GOODS. oCtuinZ suitable a for gennal tl-c leaool1.ALSO March term, 1838 ; Te wit : March 7,1838.
and of Bilious Fevers, Fever and \ and .lead tu the declaration filed in said Li II. Jones )
cure tlebuiy ,
April i-th, 1836.-:! 61 Admr. are the gen rtl rymptunsof D) spri! sis, will: runi&l gueDispcpsia to appear j
ai a natural n%.t ucncoof its cuic. Costiveness, i Liver Complaints, Sick Headache caw, according to the lorm of the statute in such A few casctnf (liion.ible! HATS TS > In Chancery.
NOTICE. by cleat-sing the who'c le.i th of ihe inltstims ca'e made and provided. U. fc s. S11JLCY- David ThMn.is JOn
; with Jaundice, Asthma, Dropsy, Rheumatism d., do! BOOTS SHOES, a superior articleA
months after due, I shall make returns to a solvent proci-s!, anJ witlou violence; all violen Ally for pit IT. few dozen pairs ol Ladles Fine Kid Shoes.WM. motion of complainant's sul'cilor, kav i is
QIX Court of Jcl: county ( Enlargement of tlio spleen Piles, 5th 1838. :'9tfPENSACOL.V him to tile his amended bi'.F! and
hnnnrableCoui.ty roll purges leave the Lowcs! cot'I'eII: l n two lJap. May : H. FRANCIS. granted exijbtthis | i in
and apply to the same for a discharge from tie l>iarra3!: and fJh';LI'I,I.)' icinovin; the harl'acrid Chulic, Female Olihtmclions, Heart-burn, MANSION( HOUSE. May 10th. 1G33. 40 tf cause against the unknown heirs of LWi4

administration en the es'alc (\\111a I G. T.McClcllanlatc flu.d: by which lhi!>e c. mpbii.ts: arc occasioned, Nausea, Furred Tongue, Distension of limo : Thomas d" lStd, makirg them a party tnthuiui t.

I. -f snidcounty, deceased. and hy poraolng; the lubrcative secretu-n of il.t Stomach nnd Bowels I Incipient Diarthoca, NEW CITY OF PE.NSACOLA.fHHin FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. and it appearing to the ufactit.r. of the coantbtt
I II. YOU: H .McCI.ELL.AN. miicuineiiibrauc.. Fever f allk'iids; by ic'tonnjilic subscriber hiving: purchased the lease an the said ..nm.\\! heirs d" nut resale in this Ternti -
1 iiuU-ncc! 1 Hiiliilu.il Coaiircness, Loss of well known K1LLALA bioke..ut of the Gads-
Adminis rator. blood 10 a re;nl jr circulation thmtigh ;lie pruciis furniture of thin establtshmen y,
MICHAEL
Mount Y'In.lnpri1) 1S3B. 36mG of pi>p:r.it.ciii; III -onR' ca<<.!', and the tlruul appetite, IJIo'.cliud! : or Sallow Complexion, front \Ir. Tay'or, the late proprietor, will IJl na jail on this instant. The ..aid It is, therefore (.rd'red that publication be mad
( s bU': lOut nf al! iiitt-su'iij! Ltnut'ons! ;' in others. and in all cases of Totpor of the l owel dy lu receive vi,iiur, by the 1st of April next.Numerous Ki'Ltb is an IrLsHmnn, nnd sneaks broken .:I. li.h, for the term of four months, agreeably )I. the ttaf-
-_ (LAST NOTICE. The Liril: PILL.S lnvo K-cn known to Cue: rlleuI j where c.irtliarlic if needed : and costly JinproTcrnci. willbj fourc is sir' 'at and al".olltlivc feet seven or eight inches: utes in :such case made and provided; aiidiaaittiJ
: months after date, I >hll present ray ac- I mat'm pcrwanLtu!} in three -veek*, und Gout in I a or an aperient ill I the arrangements and accommodations! of te!: lnjli, has blue eyes, and fair hsir. anJ is cr>n idrr- unknown heirs of said David 7hi>inas, dteeucdd
I SIX)unL and vouchers, and apply to the Hon. half that tinie, by rcm.ning inflammation(, from I' They are et-eedingly mild in thrir! operation, pro Mansion House. Ntwand ni"recfniiin.dious IJa- ably marked with small (11'%. I will pay FIFTY appear and plead answer or demur! 10 th.ecamulsj.
the County Couil of Leon County, for a final! settlement -I the mus.Ics.nnd'ligiUKnt cf the}.in's. Diopsiesof I duein' ; neither nausea, griping n->r dcl iiity! tt.ini: Iloin-es will be l l'UIt: and warm l-atlis will be DOLLARS reward for the appr -henvon and .!"- ant's bill, Died hciein, Lefure the ex pint.;on t( saj t1

and d'schargc from the adminis'ration of, all kind bv freeing and Btrin iht-nin? the kid- Wherever ihesc Pills! have been once introduce t providct at all huurs. A stable will e attached to livery in this place of the sa-d Killali, who was four months, or he same vv ill be Liken rao COUL.
the ewtatc of Janus Lemon, late of :aid rounty' uies .lid bhidtUr they' opente most ileiiglilfuDyon : into a family, tl>*y Ucome a Mai.ding lemcdy, and the Home with good acrommodationfor l.oisisniid I tried and whipped in 1pa:1chcuJ! ", anu sentenced A true cody from t the minutes,

deceased. llrs,! iirij'oi lint org\u,, ard' hem-e hive ever are called Ion : ,am and aqiin, which is snrhcientprooi j. carruigei. First rate hoii.es and caniagej will Lc to three n.ontln in prtiooir.ent. I. It. HARRIS, Clerk.

ROBERT P. GRKEN, boon t'onn I a cert:i II rl ta/d' ) iiI the worM 1 caa-s oft of their {roo-l qual:ties. al&o kept for hire at moderate prices, and sail and L. J. BELL, J.liI"r 31..reI. 11, 1838 32-4m
S Ad'mr inri';lii .f hiS wife Susannah I ncJ. ,\l Ii.', \Vorni5, by dislodging fiom the Perhaps no ai tide ol the kind has ever be.I offered I j row boats: with j-erbont to in mage tlum f.r the Q.uincy, Jay 7111. 1838. 40-tf LA\rN OTIUE -
A. Gieen, Susanna A. I em'a. of il.e b.uos tu tii-: public, snppui ted by te.ttnioni tis of a IMI.arJs and other .
formerly} tllrllll' 1 i tin- slimy! matter to which tsc of vi j"iort amusements CORN CUKE.DR. .
March 1O,183S 21- mO____ _ thest c.e"tUI e 'hdll 1 e ; Asthinn.tnd 'l'O UIJlpt cliara'-tei: so decisive'! from -ourccs. as re>[ teuUc, usually found at watering placis, \\iil alpo bz fur- ELLIOT'S %%rM. M. A.\DOLPII, ATTORNEY
that haiv univeisil satisfac'iuii. ELLIOT'S P..STER hasl.e -nused with AT LAW
'
or ; nore : win practice in all!! the Conns
liy rdc\.n;; tl.c air \cs>< 1 Is ol the lun;s Tri'iii ion'l ni: i.vlied', and so comtucud not to iiter'tre: with
f lWTJCB.lLL 'I 1 hey hive the teHIl1onyIf the whoV medical '. ? su-xcss : And wherever it has in Middle Florida, arid willaitind tosach LusineMu
mucltl. winch even s'zghit cold vill i cc is-i.. \ ho, comfort ami quiet of the bjarJets.! 'Ih5 win'
persons iut"cbttd! to theciutrof tho late if not I lemoyod Lecoiiie hardened, and jiroduc.b pruft'-hiou in tIler {.\or, \\hiic not a oll'g'e CISC ol and Itqucrv will b idf the lost quality and to en- been introduced has si.pcrscdtd the tuc of other may be entrusted to his car Office in tile Luil4-
;
t: A. Ntlson: are rerlu..-t. d to n.ake tIisc dreiJful diseases. :un'y, Ulcers: and In- ill < oni.queicta! or ineflirieii'"y C.I! Le allulgf'd rnie a fuilsuj-ply ice, a rarg'. has already bten remedies for the cut* of Corn?. ing formerly occupied by Call and Walker.

payment: the utidiuned. persons havinglatms vit.ratc :')re"l., )' the perf, ct punt/ which these agaiutt :hcm. o.d.-icJ uhfhvilldrrie about tile lit of May. A few application will entirely remove the largest October --th. 1637. 13.t ifrnillE

wal p.eiput the tue, for payment, pruj.eily Lif Pills give t) the! IJII.d, an.l all the humours'; ; I U\'udr.!" and thOIJ SI.Ji I/ess the dav they, Le- :1r. ...G. Bamaid: who foinv rly kcj ta popular( eerily and (torKvent furtlif-r pain. (OPART?' Llt Hll'_
O the s imc "iJ: I bo Lair d. c-iinc a : 'uamtcd with I'tUr V"sctal Ic Pills Price 50 cents b,t. with diue.ns for use.
\utlfnic.ltl'l eorfc lluiji:! LS, acd lad co.ii'loxi| 'in*:, hy\ their ;i-- El tel in Wa P. : wi.j.-li, jn co,ise< oftl.cir extrao.d.nary < olncss for .-ale ill 1tIhahuasee, at the Uru Store of
alt'rali mencc %
KIll e efl'et: the iluids] that feed who wr.h such aid JL
BERTIIELOT up 11 ; ire skin, h.ne attained for the Pi'opriftcr, coufifler.tlyensure WADDKL IUNDOLPII & LEU'IS.May under the firm of Taft, Holt
R roiaiAisiry l'srla.CUIfnD : ,
the
bid
1Il'1 stile of w hidi 'occIlions all eruptiveompl.tint the vis.! ors of List year und his friends & Co.
;
Administrator.: time hisluiv of Jlfec'icinc.' IS ii 1333. 41-if
in .
: i ?, : allow, co.dy, an.I other disa;i ra'c\ 4 f u('lal'y! that th *y will receive every possible atand S. S TAFT,
-Jan,2-M8-8-24-tf_-- -.---- i'omplt.t ioi s. The Use of these pus for a v ery hort The very circuinsiancc alurc that Phy, .ici m:, in teiltiCfl ; thtrel-y ex[,.:cts t,> gi.e gctitrat ban--,-. STORAGE, STORAGE. GEORGE G.HOLT
itthic Union but tn-nc f' !i'l the
easily
e\ery pail sj
: time, wi, oflV-ctan: cniiu: of Salt
NOTICE. cure Rheum, Lry.MpcUb Suiitliern St.iK.AV, I.t-'re ll.-y )li i vt- I. II: I ee-ii in use, I Inc'ilOli. lE ynbscriber 1 has tik -n t.e! Store formerlyoccupied GEOUGE MILLLR.
and a ntnking, impiovcnuntin lie rlcat .1 1 litI I li cal a J'anJ.i:: I'S of this IK U.P are too w eli T 1.S37.
nessoltltfsKin. St.MarksJuly I.
b malc! to lh Saint 51Clerk's
afttr J. I n. at
SIX .MONTHS daic. application 'II arc II ikiuig free use of them in I hl ir practice,Ii pt Ilk" 1'1 Pcacby Esq. -
lucorablc, til the('OUfltY Coin I of, ( for I Itf Common Colds and J Influenza, will {noun to n- ed a It'lIgrlcllt'd i the-crijti.. n hera. Th*
Jut e 'OUII) I volurniib in tht-ir ]'riise, .IJj i tu tins} the 1'n.t that | }1.ltktllIl.d111 attend: L) t h.: Storing nodfor'nrdin Office; Leon Superior C iii.
IH(rdi iDi nur> fr.u III-1 aJinihituration uf th- elate oUetvkiah \lt'sl.f; cured by one dose, i-r hy two, tvtn in facts that I'cmacoa: is tl.e lar tst naval station of r article be
of ouch ,
of isaiJ rOUnl)'. the Piles all! who i-se thun invariable' ricomincnd them to as may 1I".ign- Middle District Florida, January (I I8JSRichaid .
\\or..t cases. ,
Iou..r. d't.lue -as a remedy for this tile Government the neial rtnd ot the
wont .zvuus
I .' Eieeutrn.Ei'tlllAIM nnd their frunds, and the te.tiniuny in thir favor is ed to his care. By diligent attention to his busi- :
distressing obstinate malady, the Vejciable: Gulf Sxuadron the ialubiily ot" its clii.i.itr rc- hayward, Ccinplalnai.t )
,
fO.N'UEK, Exeeulor.Marth ; liberal .shaie of
c Life Pills almost irretistablo.i .'Is on Anti-biliuu.s rtmeJ)', Lit i'i, I.e hopes to obtain n public
deserve \
!21, P38 a distinct and'emphatic: lcClm.menJati.JI. "rt-shed constantly during the unln cr months by 1 II. 31ATIF.KS.rft.M.i.ks vs. In Chancery
3nt.lto cobiitencas Lave I ral. P.llrtj'ILI.lA< .
pre.ent they no
It is : Thomas JeflVrsou G defen&i't.I .
well known tj hundrtdi in this the c.'OiCsi breezes 'Iroiu the Gulf-the b :auty ot flCO, )
" S-' OTiC-Six me nths aflcr the dale hereof, I city, that the proprietor of these invaluable Pills, (One fifty cent box will obiab'Uh! their character time Hay and the neighbor: island: and river, .May I 19 41 r apl-e"rillg by satiaiaciury evidence, that tie
'; shall apply to the Judge of thl County Court was him-elf afflicted with this complaint fur up and prove' that thete i i-i truth even in ui ad erti-{ the abundance and del cacy of the fish with which de.euditnt Tnc mas JtfferM/n Green, is nut K

of Leon County, Florida, to be discharged from all wards of. thirty five year, and that he tried in vain men t. tl.e waters abound, and pioximity tcthc but Sou Charles Sibley, iiihab.Luitof the United States but resides is the
further duties as administrator of Zachaiiah C. erei v remedy prescribed within the whole! compass More than two millions of boxes of lhe e celebrated l.crn mafkets, give Pensacola the preference oyer middle District of Flo provn.ce ot Texas it is ordured, that the said dttendant -
l'illslla\'e been sold in the United State. U. S. Attorney
Fort, deceased,which Illersofalmihhtr.tiol were of the Jllter&a& MeJic.\ lIe, however at length tried all o her places in these latitudes, as a healthy and do appear hue on or before the lith October
granted to me by the Judge county court he medicine which he now oilers to the public, and since January. 1835. leliihtlm summer resort. his professional services as Attorney next, and answer the complainants bill, (,'the
I cfLeon. S. G. BECKCOM. he was cured in a very short time, after hi-t recovery Dr. Peters has received upward of nfteen hun First rate boats will sun between Peusacola: and OFFERS at Law, in the collection same will Le taken for confessed again him and

Jan,27,113: ; 2'i-Cm had been pronounced not only: improbable, but dred certificates, all given in. consequence of the Mobile! and will at all times be able blake the passengers debts, 4-c. in Middle Florida. lIe will attend all the matters und things thereof decreed accordingly.

. Uuul,1 q., is attorney, anJ persons absolutely impossible; by any human mean good done by .Medicines. from the New Oi&leans boats. he Courts in ihe Middle District. And it is further on.ertd that a copy of this order
having any bU"lcss with the estate, "ill call ou DIRECTIONS I FOiv USE.-The proprietor of That the public may rest assured of the salutary N. B. ARNOLD. Office in Munroe Street, in the building formerly be puned: monthly foi nine mouths in some nc.t-
him. .S. G. B. he VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS doe* not follow the base effects of these pills and tho truth of the above Pensacola, Feb. I 13, 1838. 34-if occupi. d by Wra. Wilson as a Book Su.re.Tullahuk.tr paper publIshed in ihis Disinct.
statements, the following letters from medical ,
gentlemen 12th. 1S33. 40-tf Ttste
for their families May TIIOS. U. DUVAL Cl'k
and Gentlemen
NOTICE. mcrcenaiy practice of the quacks oflhe in wishing engage rooms ,
day, of the fist respectability are must re!pccl- Jan. 13 I83d 23
advising take his address the proprietor. at Pensacola, or -Iarn9m
persons to I'ills in can
large
quantities. submitted.
months from date I shall the fully -
SIX apply to Judge Mo good tut-dicine Mr.SewtllT. Tay.'or!' at New Orleans the former R EMOV AL.
S GaJsdrn County Court f.r a final discharge can possibly Le so required1 .- I VA'1CHLt JEUELK1. Sa.f .
from the administration of the estate of IJennlstolraoDd.cJ. belle Pills are to be taken at led time every night CLACKS*ILLE, MtcttrNBCRC Co. Vi.I.'h.umtry proprietor. REMOVED from Berry's Row, No. 4., to the fflflE subscriber has on hand a handsome svpJL -
for a week or fortnight, according to the Reference- Sandford Esq Mr. C Cullum, occupied by Messrs. G. ILk of the
: JOHN LAMER AJm'i. obstinacy 7, 18 J7. 1\Jbilc-S ply above articles, which be will cell on
138 31-mG oflhe duuue. The usual dose i i" from 2 to 5, according DEAR SIR c I embrace the opportoniiy express 8. McAlpm t.q., Lieat.Klbb)', T Tay- T. E. Lin Jet berger,corner Munroe and Jefferson his usual terms. He has in his employ two dIe.
" to the constitution of the person. Very delicate ing to you gratification at the success which has Plor, P Rca, New Oileai.s._ Streets. CENTER Si KEEN. rienced watch maker?, and he assuies the public

NOTICE.SIX per .ns should login with but two, and increase j altvrded the udministiation .fyour valuable Pills SUPKRlult UOURi', LEON COUNTY. he will spare no pains to have their wvrk done
'.," months after date, we will present oar ac as the nature of the case may require ; those j in this section of country. It ia a common fault SPRING TERM 1838. NEW DRUG STORE. promptly and in the best manner.

tc- and vouchers to the Honorable the more robust, or of vtry costive habit, may begin with th'-se who compound und vend patent medicines TilE ,ub-cribtu have formed a eo-parinersh.t Mr.U. .Uetcalf has resumed the Gun Smith but

r i Judgi of tie' County Coertof Lion County, and with 3,*ud increase to 5, or even 6 pills, and they to say tIN murh in their favor, but from whatI William Hilliard, V 1 Attachment for 8101. in the Drug business, under the firm ot ciness in rnj tack shop and will he happy to tl ndtodnyjobs

pray to discharged fivm the! administration OD will tlfcct a sufficiently happy change to guide the have seen of the fleets of your Pills, 1 do not Cornelius vs Jontz. x Waddel, Randolph, & Lewis. in thai line.
the estate of Hczekiah Ponder, deceased. patient in their farther use. These Pills sometimes think as yet they have received unmerited praiseSix ) FREDERICK TOWLE.
occa>sickness and vrmLing,though seldom Defendant and all others interested, will They have just received and now otTer for sale Jan. G
. ANN PONDER, Adm'rx. very months ago they were almost entirely un- THE = __ I33i. -tfiNOriCK.
unless the stomach is foul this notice of the institution of the above one door nortt of Mr Birge's clothing establish
however
1:. G. PONDER, Adtu'r.April11 very ; may |known in this pirlof Virginia, they ate now the
A 36Uuion bQ L considered a favorable symptom, as the patient i most popular pills we have. In di*|>cpsu and sick suit by attachment, and arc required to appeal and ment, on Monroe street a geneaal assortment ofFRF .
t, will find bin.self at once reliewed.aud by per severance ]headache, derangement of the biliary organs, and plead to the declaration fil d in s.'Iid'ASI'. :H ')IWG !, MEDICINES, P.ilNTS. utd5ILC ALL those' who made purchases at Paisr-n liar-
I Bank of Florida.OUDEKtD will noon cover. Tuey usually operate within uljsltnatc constipation of the bowels, I know of no L. A. 11(1)\1 PSUi. rohlfs au'}. together with a variety of Perfumery and ?ale are requested to come lorwarJ aud

. by the Board of Dire.tors, that 10 br 1. houiH, nnd never give paiu, unless ihe aj; erient more pron! and iffiacious.. Dated May 7th. 1838. 4l-3m fancy latieles l I\lr .he :oilet settle the jjiu-. K. J. HACKLEY.
. fur the transaction of business ill bowels ale viry much encumbeled They inmybe Their mildness and ceitatnty ol action render --COTTON BROKERAGE .ill 01 d-rs from Physicians,Planters and country _Tallahassee 14th March, IS13.: _

f future be from 10 u'c'ock n. m. ui.til o'clock p. m. taken by tlic most delicate females under any cir them a safe and efficient purgative for WI aklv inuiiduuls And Commission Merchant. rchaiii-s, will be thankfully received and faith. UxMUiN BAiNK OF FLUK1DA.

June 9 44 JOHN PARKH1LL, Cash'r.MY um.tancis -t is, however, recommended, that \' and may bo given at all tune without fulbvatzci.dcd I to IS-tf i
subscribers
anyof hereby given the W
'
subscriber would inform his friends and to
tlio, hrcr W. W. NOTICE
-- e in : periods of pregnancy,should take but those injurious that TIlE VVADDEL.
d John lonscquencts frequently re- public in general, that he has commenced of this Bank, that their title papers
Gamble
soils Robert Jr. ai one ala lime, and thus continue to kcenlliv bonds null! from the continued e calomel blue J. II. RANDOLPH.
long or
.
have been referred
for examination CharksH.DuPonte
(4. Gamble Jr. and my iricnd John open : nnd even two may be taken ulicrc the the business of Cotton Broktr and Commitsion B. C. LEWIS. to

: Parkhill EMI are my ageiau, and M ill attend is very costive. One pill in a solution ol' iwo pauenl ;pill.On the w hl,, I consider them a valuable! discovery. .Vieichant, in the City of New Yod, and is now Esq. When reported upon satisiactoaily,
to mv business dining my absence from the Terri tabe; upoons 'lull ufwater, may Le given to uu in Very re-ij-ectfullyj prepared to receive Cotton, and other produce intended N 01'1 CE. mortgages aud bonds will be sent to the parties lortxecuuon.
JOHN G. G UI LE. (for this market which he will of JOHN PARK1I ILL, C ihier.
fa lit in the following doses-a tea full dispose on
' tory.' spoon every : H. ILJKKH%!. D. [, IIEl1ab8crikr inlol'ms hisfiicndsand tIle!> pnb- March 10
9 44 two liourslill for child commission, and flatters himself, hat from long
June operates ; a from one to Dr. Jos. I". Peters. lie that he has the entire stock in -
purchased
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five years: old, half pill, and from 5 to 10, one pill. Acquaintance in the Northern and Southern markets NOTICE.
NOTICE. trade of DUVAL & HUTCHINS, and the business will
THE PIIIENIX BITTERS, are so called. became CHARLOTTE N. C. Jan. Ut 1637. he shall,be enabled to give satisfaction to suchas continued his THE having termed a copartner
persons indclred to the estate of Peter: fed to him hereafter be in own name in the same will
hereafter
ijusjwsed patronise not only conduct the D/ngbasinc-
m ,
I ALL ceased, arc lequesteJ to make they possess' the power of restoring the DEAR SIR : I have made fnquent use of your the may ale of tluir produce but i.i the investment ofanv tore occupied by them. He retains his thanks to in the name ofSTEWART
j immediate payment to C. S. Sibley. Es q., r-nd ing rmlJt'rs or health! to a glowing v'gor IPir'I' pills in the incipient Mngeof Bilu. Fever and obslinate wart of the proceeds, they may order or direct. he public for the liberal encouragement he has received
sue eosts. S.JML. 11. DUVAL, the ci.n>titution, as tne PJicrnix is said to be restored Constipations of the Bowels; also ill the JUSTINIAN 1.'. DAVIS, and he solicites a continua of the same. & BARXA11D.
; Ajjentof Get Willis. :.O lile rom the ashes iisown dissolution. The I enlargement of the spleen, chronic Discuses .f tli<- No. 60 Water Street lie has on hand and w i'l continue to keep a general Then shop will be found at the old Jtaud formerly

.T' May 2G 012J' Phcraix: Bitters are entirely Vegetable, composed of" liver, sick hradaJugeneral debility, and many Sew York.rtxrcnsscr.s. ass;,rtment of kiich goods as are necessary fur the occupied by Mr. E.B. Perkins, opposite the mar
roots loui.d only in certain parts of the Western other diseases, nnd in all cases found them to give town and country trade. He invites all those who ket house.

DR. A m. RANDOLPH country, which will! infalhlly cure FEVERS: ANU relief. J. D. BOYD, M. U. K. If. Jam!. Reid, Gov. Branch Tal- have outstanding accounts previous tr 1833, to call They will keep full assortments of Medicines,
<
AGULS ot all kinds il' fa I i Dr. J. P. Peters. la, Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicine &.< ., and
located himself in Tallahubbee, of- ;iV never to eradi 'ate lah.isare. Lamer & Co. J. B. and settle: thesane. Orders folltie conntr/will ?,
Quincy.
HAVING profe: ionaUervices to the public. rniircly: all the effects of Mercury, iufinately soomr I Collins, Jlfouticcllo. ,W. J. Bailey Magnolia. he punctually at ended to, and goods furnished at pledge themselves lo-ell nothing but genuine articles.

lie is to be found at the office of U(. J. H. Kando than the most powerful prcparataons of 6'araut.nril. \h.ULESDEf Co, Va. Feb. 7th, 1837. W. G. Porter Craig fii, Daffiu tho lowest market price. J. EDWIN STEWART, M.D.
t.
!a and nil! immediatoly the d ,I used Lr. Peters Pills for Apatachicola. 47-tf EDWARD BARN R D.Jr.BOOK .
!ph, on Monroe Street. cure terminalion of Having in my practice The highest prices given for all kinds of countryproduce.
May 2GIt the: BLOOD 10 'rUE HEAD ; never fais! in theIikness I the last twelve months,, I tak! pleasure in giving. Ju\er.h.. 3. ISK: 2J-yl ALEX. FOR.MY DUVAL. -
I incident to Young Fen ales; and will my les'imony ofth'ir gor d cti'-i'l.in cases o. dis- Tallahassee, April 23, 1833. 3R-t! -BINDERY.
be found a certain remedy in all cases of nirvous t prjioia, s.ck headacne, bilious le\ers. and other dleSI'S !- $200 KEWAUO.PROCLAMATION THE Subscribers have opened a bindery hi T !-
A CO TRA8T. debility and wiaknessnt' the inoti impaired constitutions. I produced by incapacity If tile liver. BY FOR SALE. lahassee, and are prepared to execute all branch
& LL nations, from the remotest ge*, hav e hud As a ntnt dy fur hroiuc and iull-iininatory I They are a sate and mild IIp..rrelltLoing the Light Jersey IKaggon's with har of their business in as good a stj le as can be done
4 ships, Lot Columbus only found OBI the way Riicuinaiiiiih efficacy (ii'the Phoenix Uittvrs will ben article of the kind I have ever use,]. John 1*. Du Vial, Secretary & acting:\ SEVERAL: complete- Also two or three horse elsevr here. -

to America. Before the time of the great Spai.i.h ha (!cmoIl lltrated l liy the use of one bottle.! flat GEO-U.SCUTT.M.D.: Governor of Florida.VHliKEAi wa-ons. IFM. II. FtfJNCIS. Paper ruled foi bills, letters -c.

; navigatorpeople weie only enabled to paddle about usual dose rfth-&e bittern is half a wine )la& full, The following is flom a higiily tespectublo planter \ ( >, it has been represented to me that Iec.30, I8U7. 21-tf Particular atLcnLin p aid to re-binding old b.ob
: the shores. Ju.tso with the Lie; Jtfeiliciner. It is in wttcr IT wine, and this quantity iiay be token. I of Burke Co. Gt.Petci's : AS\ SMITH of Newn.msville: East Florida, Newspapers, Magazines, &c.
bat two short years since I first ventured upon an two or three limes a d.I y, about half an hour before I charged with the murder of BNER U UNN KGAN: THOMAS BALTZELL, The subscribers pledge themselves that allor
r unknown ocean,anJ I have. dincovered piecious meals, or a. lens quantity way be taken at all times. I 'llh-1 have given ih.>.m a fair trial! ioklier ot the U. Stales 4th Infantry, Hedged! to COUNSELLOR ATTORNEY! ATLAW, dens shall be executed with aeatness and despatch.
I
object I was in search! ., -HEALTH. Vezeinble To those who arc atihcted with indigestion efuriinials I nearly three d zcn I< ixeuiiaving been used on my have committed in the town and Territory aforesaid TALLAIUSSEE, FLORIDA. CUSH.VAN& IIAYWIIIU'.

I medicines wetc indeed known, when 1 commenced the&e b.ttcrs; will prove invaluable, as they {! phntatiun ill.in the I >M. y e ir, and their ud.uiniv on the 1th May, instant, has made his escape ''riLL.regularly attend to business in theY Tallahasse. October 15th, 1837. 10-it
.1'l my scaich. Lut their ute was not. By the use of very gicatly increase the I.et'on of the principal viscera 1. tralion has bcc.i; attended with moic success than : Y' Court of Appeals, and the Superior Courts _

them, I line n.t only pas-eJ from the dejected invalid ill III them to peifmn their functionsand cna- i: any medicine I have ever ust-d; and I take j.lca- Now therefore in pursuance of law, I do here of Lon, Gidsden, Jackson, and Franklin Counties NOTICE.
to the hale, hearty and active man business, LIe the Momach to discharge: into UK- towels whatever : lure in recommending them to my friends and by offer a reward of Two hundred dollars He will be found at his office on the hundred fool FH1I1E subscriber has just received from Georp
have renewed i rei' h1.l .-They are h.iudy, safe, and efficient JL first rate 50 saw gin and three of 40 *
i : WIcompllrativtlysprakiDg.1 my is offensive Thus indigestion. ix easily and and f.ir the apprehension and delivery of the said Asa sti,eet East of the C"Urt House Square near to his a ,

need hula trial be accommodating
i youth. I can thus, w ith confidence tt.y own ei- speedily meitovedappetite stored, and the mouths j| to approved.IIENItY Smith in any jail in the District of East Florida, residence, unless absent on professional business. cast steal plate, which he wishes t. sell on
) Mriencr. advise with 110) fcll< w citizens. Do.s I Ij thaabsorlent vesels! being rle.in.ed, nutrition is j I P. JONIiS.l '' and I do hereby enjoin and require all magistrate Dee 30. b37. 21 if terms. JOHN ISLER
j the reader want proof that the VEGETAB-E' facilitated and strength of br.dy and energy o l Prepared by Jos. Priestly Peters, M. I)., at his 'I' and pe ICP officers to be rigi'ant! in the apprehension ELbt miles east ofTalUhassee.
lIFE MEDICINES are suitable toh's own case i iI 1 m'nJ: are the happy' re lllu. Fin further.rarticu. i i institution for the cure of obstinate diseases by jt" the natd offender*. LESLIE A. 'rIlO IPSON. Nov. 15, 1817. 15.

ban on fiieatmy office, 367 Broadway, hundreds hams: ofMOFKAT'S LIKE PILLSand, PIREMX i means of vegetable remedies. No. 120 Liberty Aa Smith, somttimes known Ly the name of ATTORNEY !( COUNSELLOR AT LAW, TIN WIRE.
of letters, fr'm some of the most respectable BITTERS, apply lit Jlr.% JIolL.t's Office, No. 367 j Street, New York. Ea; box contains 40 pills,- Fulwood, i* about five feet seven or tight inches! '" -'"
citizens of this my native Ltnd, voluntarily offered Unai'way, New York, where the Pills can be Price fifty cents, high, light complexion, and well formed. lie has TALLARASSU, i FLORIDA: THE subscriber continues to carry >at Dti1'all ttosa!
will
ia testimony of the \'ir.u.sofa A GOOD VEGETABLE obt ined for 25 cents, 50 cents, cr $1 per box ; ,J ;iCPTlie'je invaluable Pills ale sold wholesale relations in the lower part of Georgia. It is sup HAVING' resuri.edlhc practice of his profession of Tin Ware, aid eitherlt WL4'sailc '
MEDICINE. and llit Bitters for $1 I or2 rer Lotlle'.r3'Nit- f and retail In Tallahassee, (at Nt\v York prices) I'osedh.e 'vill endeavor make his esrapu to Tex his prompt attention to any business have on hand a general "sortn-wt. U flin

: Fer.nnsbo constitutions have been nearly merous cer'ificates of the wonderful eflicary and the Drug awl Apothecary Stores of ib. Given tinder my hand and seal, thus 'JSih day entrusted tu hischarc'e.in the Superior Courtof the: ox retail, on as reasonable deiV.rOI'Icrml & W" St5 UITallshssee.

ruined by the "all inr.1l\ ble" mineral preparations belli may b
'" \ of the day, will bear me witneei, that the Life Medicines .1t In some obstinate and complicated cases of" and WADDEL, RANDOLPH! & LKIF1S. Secretary and Acting Gsvcrnor of Florida. peai! .
! '. '; and such only, are the true course to permanent chronic an.l
;';' .. good health. J OUN OFF AT. Complainu, Fever and Ague. Dyspepsia, Pul md
.' RMA1&IiRELATIVETO Piles, injuries fiom the use of mercury, eu'nine. And OH inquiry cm ba had ill all the principal I I THE situated in Calhoun street, opposite KICHAKU G. WELLKUKll.ATTOR.VKY I all Job iron basiness. w. HF..
;'; QENBRAL MOF and o'bcr diseases of Long standing, it ...ay be towns in Florida, Georgia, anJ Alabama.carclul : the dwelling R. B. Kerr, Eiq. Foi tenns unwire 01 sheet 224fr
FATS LIFE PILLS AND PHCENIXBITTERS. found necuary to take both the Life Pills and ;rzrBe: and enquire for P"tT1ns'"IOE- lu (the sub:cnberon the premises. apply *r COUNSELLOR JtT LAW, Jan.6.

f the Phan Bitters, In the doses before recom T4BLL PilLs, LEAH BRYAN. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA FOR SALE
These medicines have long been known and appreciated mended.N. May 12th, 1838. 40- f May 19 41 WILL regularly attend to business in the LAND Cf 0L

for their extraordinary and immediate B.-Thej-e Pills and the Bitters will g-t all of Appeals, and in the Superior will sell my tuet of Land of eonsUUng eultmuon, w.h
restoring perfect health, la persons suffering LOST. acres, 170 ia a higk state
power. out of the infinitely faster than the STEWART & BARNARD *
mercury system Courts of Leon Gadsden anti Jefferson Cuun sumciency aeglo
kind cf disease and screw, a
under to which ou5e,
nearly every Thursday the 10th insL. between Tallahas food gin
jet of anti
r. preparatioos Sarsaparilla, are a certain the pIsa
i
,1, the human frame liable. remedy fur the rusliinjj! of blojd to the he'd HAVE just received from New York an I Bal ON and Lake Jackson, en the road leading ties. Office N. E. Corner of McCarty and cabins, and provisions enough to supply 51tuaftd.

In many hundreds of certified instances, they or all violent headaches, tic douloureux, &c.-AhI a Irish supply of DRUGS & MEDIUINES. to Stewart's Ferry, a calf skin pocket booc! Containing Men roc 81S.i tuition the firrt year. The land is rosa and adjoin.

have even rescued suflerei from the very vergeS persons who anti predisposed to apoplexy, palsy, ; .-Alw FANCY AllTICLES, Perfumeryand several notes, one note against James i April 7, 1933 35-lf from Tttllahasse-.on the 3Iieasnkee P05W

ef an untimely grave, after all the deceptive no*, &c. should never be without the Life Pills, or the Druggest'a Glass Ware. AU of which they Spears for FilLy Dollars, date notiecnllected, which jog Mr. Lorimei; and others. ImmedistS DU'2I
trums oRbs day had utterly I failed ; and to many Bitters for one die in tune will save life. They warrant to be of good quality. note is ptid. One note against Duval and Hotch-: LEON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT sion will be given. For terms apply ta -

i. ; thousands they have pet mAne..tl) tecurtd that uniform equalize thu ciiculntion the blood, and draw Among their assortment may be found the (oh. ills for one hundred dollars, dated the 27th day of Richard Hayward, i Hutchins, TallahassfeB- A-

r enjoy meat of hralih.without which life itself alt pressure from the head, restore perspiration lowing valuable popular medicines: March 1838, which role is also paid. One not I vs. > In Chancery. Jan. 6. 1S38.
ie bat a l'&I1ial1casbtC' So great indeed, has their and throw off every impurity by the pores of the HOUCK'S PANACEA against J nab Willis for Fifteen Dollars, data not Thomas Jefferson Green, ) -- -- -
eficacy invariably ana infallibly proved that it kin. SWAIM'S do recollected, one against d. II. Couitney for four, appearing to the satufaclion' of the C.urt that DISSOLUTION.
has appeared scarcely! Uw thaa miraculous to those INDIAN do dollars, one in favor of B. H. Berry, drawn by. IT the defendant Thomas Jen"escuiJBrecn. U not HE Co-partnership heretofore exuti

"M were unacquainted with the beautifully philosophical Bcrkwith'a Dyspeptic and -Ui-Bilious Pills, Vim Simson which is also paid, the amount not re an inhabitant of the United StaiM Jlprvh Aunric -" the name of DUTAI. & HuycEid
i principles upon which they are corn IMPORTANT NOTICE.P44a Poter1 Anu-Bilious and Dyspeptic Pills, collected with two ten dollar notes one five dollar but a citizen of the Star or Jftrovwce of Texas dssolv by mutual cooseat. All PerO*

.' m pouade aod upon which they cprueqnentlj act using the Life Medicines are advised Oallighan's Fever fc Ague Pills, note, and two one dollar note, all bills of the Union illsorJeredby the Courts thaUfino said .defend demands *j lnat said eoeer wiIIpre3SlALLZ.
r- 1C wae totkeir oU>Ir..t.'and veasibiA! action. purifyiag to fek..the Pills at Bight in sufficient quantities to Chapman's Dyspeptic( Pills, Bank, with a number of other papers nt now. ant, Thomas Jefferson Greta doe not appear and Fpisu Dulls.. who. fully s

4S du spriajs and channels of life, cud enduing operate two or three.times oa the bowels in the R, un4'1 Tonic Mixture, and Anti-Diliou Pills, recollected. All persons arc (warned from Ira-. answer the bltr of complalhfBled V atd! Richtrd settle all debts due by the concern.Tallabasa An4 5 !

*- .f, them rawwatf toM a&4 vigor that they were course of next dtrY :Also, take a table spoonful Judrins Ointment (or ulcers'and old sores ding for of siid note as they are nearly H&ywarri.'onortwfonithe third day of th, next indebted will oak@ vmUtt to him.

& ia2bt fpf >Htr nan ;wfckk w,. Ustowt iponth.iustth.spostisso.sz.au..tsasves&Iindivid.. of the BUttraJialr i hour before each meal.- Together with a great variety of the moi,.. approved paid by the any drawers. I Iwillgivt sr reasonable r all% Novermbet rm oftbfo Conrt. 0'be' held in the'

+ For those ors.r..t.or enfeebled constitution Patent 'Mediates, ward to who will deliver.the Pocket city ofTaUfthaMe; la the Territory oFIorida the wa J." HUTCIIIS
.wbfi lim they had obvIously saved. half the tbtltj mar be euffieirot.CfThe Also, WINE t BRANDY, of very superiorquality Book and any content person to meor to A. F. Dun,Talla- tame will be taken as confessed,and the deem will e, April t3dr 1838t
; t4 The pr.prktor rcioiect 1 ia the opp rtooity afforiqr.4M .. | above yuiuUe Medicines.-4re for iale selected expressly for the use of the sick. hawee. THOMAS SIM ON. bo entered against him| according Jo the'praTtr" aairartal dif usjoo .r tUa daily press,for in this City,,at the DnttJliere Pyiolijntous Acid. for cuiing and pressriiag i.Meats. Myl9 41 said bill of coMM fnl.'i By rdr I otthJudge' .Uf
tiM'I t. ABLE LIFE. PILLS Wi D I I. 'W4DDEL, KlNDOLPH LEWIS.. Thomas Rai9afl. THOS. H. DUVAL,'Cl'k,

the Knawladge and rub of every iadlyUoal in thirlunity. I Also by ITAUtf MADDEN, $t. JTarke' Cupping and other surgical instrument.Ac. 4-c. PRINTING of every description, neat By L. W' D. SroNE, Dep. Cl'k.,. GisesryJaa..1835

Unlik) 4l. host of pernicious quaere T.Ilal.as, May If th, 1838. 41-ly'r, 1alhhal1lee. May I 19th, |83. 40.6m ly execvtftl (ft ,this ofice. February 3, 1 -2ft-6tn Xl if 3OHP4Z