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

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= 'I May 26, 1830, and may
f THE FLORIDIAN himself of the
t i. published, paid! within every the Saturday)'ear-or, ai FivElMbrs KOCH Do.lars.lf "pe. THE EIM.DI4N.' June 22, 1840, unless the land shall be

tliunora illllQrance.Ap.taTsr.WIISTII. proclaimed for sale in the mean time; in i
f inserted at One Dollar per which case, the proof and entry must be
of fif'een' lines or less, lor the first msei- i i'LAISSEZ

", ,<,0n fluare and fifty cents for each subsequent iiisenion.Aikertistincnts made before the dayofthe commencement .

not marked with the number ol.oseriions : NOUS ,lxir.B of such sale, or the right will forfeited. S
will be oiitiuued unul ibrbid. : "" : &t *
required, .-- .*.: __ .- Where two or more persons may prove
: -, Bnd charged lor. '
:'' Letters 10 the Editor on business connected wiiliV -tt32 :: aa ;eQ. i themselves entitled to the same quarter _
i a:1QI
((1 i the establishment must be 1.1JQi,1. : Q._ U 1)L _Gh __ ____ ; :_ ._ __ A1A UUh 4Wr! __ ...-- --- -- .-.' section--J-agreeably- to the rules hereinafterprescribed

1'1 w Parent's hand which inflicted the blow-!' trade I with both hemispheres. Our rum I ert. till time chile heavens are (,h""urI. and} I' Witn"''s the result of our war. ,Vii} eachientitled to an equal interest

Monlicello', July 5. 1838. was a burst' Rngland I France, Algiers I and Tripoli. in the sameand the receipt and certificate -
under which i they smartc'( This made; tll1 I cnercn lias so far increased that the export- be bl.irk cloud 't f Abolition: threaten to
Cobcll. LMJ! thai Government; is weak nnd ineflici
T.: Carrington I 1YH us a should issue them jninllyeach having -
Dear Sir-TI.u: Committee who liavo had tin pause. To rosUt seemed impious, so long of our country amount in near 200 million- upon us has twice defied the to
honor of Appointing: you tiie orator for the4ih' c.f'' as there remained, the slightest lope of obtaining I I and rucfl our imports more than GO mil Felow Citizen, this i is a subject of extreme ril tint power first made proof and filed an affidavit,
of ns n people are nIl
July, jucl past, muht noon the pirl of ihe ci.incns I relief by peaceful IICal". They petitioned I I\OIS Our population; of three or font I I'I delicacy ; and hould onlv be approached Ehlalll TfJ administer their own affairs as is required of an individual settler, and 1

of Jefferson, as will us hat of their u\\'n. they < hut millions li.is ) or fil'teei! with the, most caution. I is a ques rnn.|>etcnt !o his the
they I'monstrl'd, ; inrr'a"ct. fuurtet'l ddrall I levated paid proportion purchase money.
their !hearty thinks for the nl l(! and up\liral.d I'I that who h lye laised lhem elvrs tn ih.-1
return you and tb ,) million Manufactures. Towns, Gilie-. of the mosl iiomentous importance The
in vain. to act
bl'nu\ifull1lnnn'r in.whnli that, lank )his; b(enporformed. i Again ant lon rl.ilion by the United Stale! If No additional land is granted. ,

They eiro. the earliest opportunity tn their mother country ami impllrt her l In- row a 11d! llonri>h \h"II naluie h.xui..tll!. ''Ij ('\1 agitated ind excited the minds of occupied of srlf government can cxpreessly exclude. ?, 'hat; are commonly

bog you to allow its ]uuieitioi! : and lo t'urnixhu I all the ties that endear a palclttu its oflVprinsr. Our rnterpiisin; rilizens: have il\adct lh- the .American pubic. Upon its issue dependsthe II I is not cap-ible} otheis? i called .
This I be be trusted v.iih t the gOL'trmentnf "floating rights"Tho
Coininilteewill i
< with a copy A" that purpose. to I her 1 Unt( when I forests of 1 llie west ; and now, I the gir- continuance ol our Union. Even now,
mark proirrepg tlirouiih hfo, and ulvvays sp.tre 1tt'rin1 dlllrcl wad believe The absurdity of these antiquated notiOflSare benefits and privileges" to the act ,
yo'tr I
I asked (for was given and the t meadow smiles htI there thousand who conscientiously -
aid ln-drrtft-11 iiiion-st in welfare&iJ they a "tOII tlln (11'1 \\ e snva iinaii
like a ueceB. YVjth much res-peel we remain. : i in mockery. TIII" did she, their natural or :j. age Iwa.t. held undirpiited swa\ that our iiitert and arlt. require that : thai May ,
is th' most powerful I entitled
Your*, nuict fl''!' el fully: I friend and protector, pro\e their most implacable i'l1 hands of civilization and industry h
DARIUS WILLIAMS foe. The tics of laturcH'f' 11i.soh'c; made the deceit as the ro.-" tine North and Souh. And the conviction cuti exist. Krror is incident ti human n=t to enter at the minimum price, to include

t'hsirinan of tho C'onunittce, and in behalf) of ii., 110.801 well lure: nnd even a majority of the people may subdivision -
and sehudeftnce) p'quired the! cult nios to protect New Suites have been carved out of tin that Mastl's and Dkol's is a moral, as the improvements legal
of Jc1f- be And
rlion rightl
Citizens themselves. With hesitating: reluctance, howling wilderness; arid the thirteen insisinificant I as ccogrnphical line, s fastlining ground. err. Hut wh. so likely io of anti -;, of some one of the following desig-
all that the liberty
Ji-uv, 7th, 1838. they took the decided step-to arms. colonies have; become twenty-six Hut though we thiik we have been wronged to prove nations:

p.ar Sir-I have tlit! lion utI. ackn-'wh-dge ihrteipt I tit the relationship existing eonfederate Sovcieifnties, eachilhu thriving by the people of the North, let tn not los- equal rights maintain, vvr may confidently First. A regular quarter section, n )t.withstanding -
Indepentenl1) United Stale
of the 5h inst ml the of tile
oryouroumunh.iiioi io history
countries the colonies could feelincs of ap-iinst those wo '
nnd rapidly pojiul'ilion.Such ter animosity be few
increasing a
InThch, Y"u requ"it hh' '0 al.Ihr! I'tlbliuioll n'tl< Let < Fellow Citizens, a most important trust I its quantity, may
{,(the O&ttiou fleli\'cr'd by 1\11' 011 tIll" 4th or Jill) I lot sight of their own weakness; and arc some (ofth mirac-ulous: re'iiltcinrlcd we s'nould look upon as brothers.! u? ha? Wenconfid-ed' to u. You have 8e* n : acres more or less than one hundred and
.ll" fUltI I'll v''u "i'll It 'IP'I) Ilia purp se." wh(1 they contrasted that with the immense liy our free ins lilntion<. Nor "ill cherish those cardinal virtues nf :. Republic.

I 'V'li-re I 11-. ron lIh my wn feeling a.nl. jUI. power of England, the most formidable nation; our People, whos;' enteipiise has h.comf peace, fubeara ice, liberality, and brotherly the blessed conseqUt'O'e. of our free( institution sixty, or a quarter section which, though
I uoulj le-spcctlnlly't-cline complnnen-i the *. I have told you how the genius of fractional iu by the of a
.fle"t, yi 1\111 "n the globe, the disparity would have caused I in (heir onuard career. love." \Ve have nut ye readied quantity passage
t. Hilt 1 c-'U'-iiler myself mcr--ly as the pro\'erlial. pause with the ,
tiry reqlle the terrified of sink within : wKch} forbearance ceases to he a vir- Liberty, disgusted superstitions navigable stream through the same, .is still
oie an ,ot tli" ritizens ot'Jefierv.n County in the pan hearts mni men to In I the langiiapp' (f a dislinuiii.-hed Scn.ilor.t point at into which the

which I took in the rel--bratio'i of? I he l.is! anniverary themselves. Hut fellow citizens, our aticcs .\ slruetuie t i i is in progress, from whose I tue." Poiit out to them the dancer, the injustice .. ignorance, alt grmlaliotl bounded by regular sectional and quarter

! itflheliidep-iiflpnce.! <,| I the Uniied Sta1-; nnlU ton were ordi1at.1 nice of people. Their apex \\'" shall look dowl thc mightiest : the unconstitutinnaliiy; : of their inter old world Ind I 1lp.et, fli-d to our own more sectional lines.
m fort the u, and not uiysel'i to say \vhi';her myBJJrtbsiwoilhy I : upon ; favored I land. Il is i uur. lo si-cure and es
of pulilicttioii. I Lherctore.1)1Lc..! I hearts ne\er (quailed.; Thrir bosoms knew70tar. and tot tIfsI nations of (he elrh." 11'rancl; will our, internal don policy. these free in I Second. A fractional! l section containingnot

a Cll") of it nt your Ii'')' 0 nl They were Fn'elll. Alrlla\inl The pa l i j' a just crit a'i ion by which lojml These means failing, it will then he time to taldish her seat-to perpetuate; to over one hundred and sixty acr *,-or

Accept ftr y.nnself. and for ih""i* you repr'' 'ni. Listed the delights of liberty, to tb1 lile j e time future ; u rid judgi j 1 ig I by ihe pa!t. I' resort to I, ntlrr and} harsher measure ctit tmiinis-t' <. hand doui I:the, untari-hed.blood's ofonr tract being a detached anomalous

,,iy grateful akn fur you kin I pi of '* jntcrcM inywvllar purchased Htilic t price of chains and slavery, Stales t( one r.'ltur\h'-nce. TII. ni t oral ferlii'y sickly sv.npithy, for I lace, tl(1 bequeathed which said .
your tery c\pm"'ICU and submit to the l : I sacrifice their own. I have too all lalIOU. are upon[ I--Tlw spirit quantity.Third. !
n : and oI'lcee.' in life." tamely to tyn.nicil rxac of its oil i i. un-iiirp-i.-srd by I that of any to forget, an half
Very rcfrpectfu'.ly' \ our -iiii-.l-pni -er ati. lions) ol Knylaml: I they 1.lc011.. Cooll'nl other nation and h c.ipahle: t i much confidence in the intelligence! and patriotism lighted u< to ylory is. abroad throughout the Two adjoining quarter

ij:. C.ViKl.VGT >.S CJP.KI.L.DARICH : I, them to perpeuial bondage.m' ;1011\1'1, their one I thousand millions! .*f 1 people..11 :1 R-uiaiU-tailing I of i tlu majority of our northern brethren earth; ;>II 1 Kuiopu is awake. The whole world! sections, (in all cases, except on the north .

\WILLIAM K*.]. will be influenced is ( hi ion its slumberTho people side townships to he separated by a
by aioti'ing
Chlirml.llofllc, Co mnitu-e, &" causn was just ; and) remembering that alile, almost I impossiide! tn it I to bcliwe that they ,
\I ". TlnKi. .: is I.; ..nine. .I \ho. Ims, \i.
Undrrstamlm;* jhiit sevoial of my moreriencfil : Anil he Lut lalel. though "\> in. M '{'I, I fur the next hundred 'ar as it never can forget! the ties of consanguinity; and rcas.l. itlltl ask! Ih"lsclvf': are mentioned in tin first designation ; or,
I I 1 os- (i ii"ci' no.- with -l. ii.4- ; ; resi't1.: ) : bind ii'? The working of the same
which rights ( mi
,. nil fellow citizens Ire 1' i.-u [ common interest, us together.They I acre subdivisions of
a intelligent I has for the l.i-t li'iy' ; und wiihort i t the intervention I two adjoining eighty
jesolved tt stake 1 tln-ir all the ;issue it be our \s holt
they upon will the immense benefits, 811' m.iv seen throughout
address not found the north
expected to on political questions of fi mine forget the on
you war, pcs'ili-niM', or we irregular quarters
*' Death and) to therighteonsruleroftluMiniver.se colonies
alike! important( ami interesting to us all, 1slmll Ii Liberty or : appealing the shall out number the inhabitants of ;,1 (thluatH'U' ; wlicl: they, in common with n ourselves have ,"ulher('UltUU'lt. fIlant nnd raised them h.lC and west sides townships, were more
to !l"tail union. They cannot forgetthe own df their .shackles

;It not is purely trespass in obedience Ions;! upon j your to your mLLICUC: wishes('. I cause tii'jiistire and I I humanity i :i iv, they Ir- oie of Kurope, And as the \'udl'lc) ;; t I blood"- from of our our natural; t fun.Tulhers, llcd'in til]\S tu the I r.tnk <.1!nati"",. Hut the sue than two such subdivisions exist, or the
ecns lo lie like the time Sun. '
that 1 Itrl'ss'ou on this OCCa'i4)lI. I Had I I allegiance to the HritUh tIIOI" ami fll'cl.II't course "I defence of our mutual rights. cannot ces of all!! who, with! our examfle as a precedent excess may render them necessary provided
a 11)
themselves; Frcf. and Indrptnilant 1'eojilc.Havinsr :. I frol ear-! to wf't-'he sceptre ; vimig .i na"-; the ot shedding )- have made th.r experiment of a f.cp in the latter case, the aggregate quan-
f'1IIsut,1I1lv i inclination this I intcrestinl1'Juty forget happy consequences
own :
,-(1 fmin the to the banks of the
would have liecn assigned to oilier and 1 mall.tlis resolvothey\ f.IIIf,1 not.'Ucldly t Euphrates) t i of that sacred 1,1001-011' mutual i t free Government, -pcnd upon uursdvf The tity does nut exceed one hundred and six-
Nile fiom i lo I the of
': the young agle of America; dlall'n1 Kgypt powers Gn'I'cl. : don arid Never can they forget \dl.le and happiness: of the worill-the! acreiv.Fourth..
atlfr liands.; I feel mnyt sensibly tny own r'l 01. ty
(; to Pomf, ih"iice to weMrrnHnrope
incompetoncy tll< do justice to the spirit tiring I I cd to the: content the full! jjrnwn : JI Ir/I reec will the Atlantic" and be Irantlerred : this jjreat ami glorious day. No, fellow citizens hopes of Liberty are in our hands lint lor Two half quartT or eightyacres

which has brought is'npcther; and glan.l. How I I sublime a spectacle. was now cross ; this storm will: blow over ; and we shall our I Icv"lulrt.! olbtid would not have br.'ke subdivisions of a fractional[ or brokpn -
subject hen'c.Ihl'
America. Two cmtuiies. .
presented to tIll eyes of an admiring tu on our bright' course ; the chains of vsissahsge.; : I Here was first the
word : ;
it wa., therefore, with! no small Jegron of reluctance 01 the United St-ttcs will pioceed triumphantly section, adjoining each other, ag-
that I time distinguishedhonor .\ nation just horn, unaided, without arms ald I population : more march the more brilliant fiom the temporary made the grand ttptriuunt; which has: thus hundred
accepted i 0:1 not exceeding one
than uil I the number of quantity
< I \\ h.I" people gregate
without about to contend with one of | 11\ eJcd. In ulti-
money, around our path !- fir so gl>iri 'Ol have thought lit to COllier upon flIt '.hit' oldest nil the ol I II OH the (?lohe. I Imagination i is lost in a rolLI : I oi..uri1. earth. will Rut and sixty acres.
( people
a most b the rejoice.
powerful i male tnuui
But though speaker is weak, the fay is I dream I I speak tho lungiM' c of confident hope ;; | ; half and an
your I I SI vast. this no Fifth. A regular quarter
the earth.! What a feaiftil! disparity: iiicoriibataimt. tl.1 tl'UP\Iliol Ye who be should we fail, where will freedom find aresting I ,
The tale lias been oft deceived: For, can responsible -
with so I be :
big I
irlerest. Til unarmed youth who went I Does m :n\. one doubt it ? 11 him recur lu ihe. ro.ny of blinded bv placid 1 Hope will "'for :ver bid the adjoining. .fractional section on an adjoining
in the of"novelty lie
tulil, that nothing shape can for I la,1 acts
forth( to smite the foe of Israel, 1 ami cf (;od, past history; of the United States. I then 1'n be : world faiewell, !" half quarter{ subdivisions of a fractional
be advanced ; still the! story of American Independence fanaticism behooves us to prepared
] is not without its charm, and can seemcil better able to cope with his mailed And now, fellow citizens, I turning from I i against; any I and everyenlergency ; am1 Such, fellow citizens, is the mighty re section, the aggregate quantity not exceeding -
than the American Slates of a p-tst t s-o glum iou snd and such
'adveisury, ( I which us hundred and sixty acres.
never tire the cars of American patriots., yom.g I rejoice that we are about to assume a po spousibilily[ rests upon ; one
''to contend with the i of Knar'land. l future so grand! mil sublime, let ) lor ;a i i held
Thl' inh'l cst of the occasion, and tlie vast importance ipamic powers I" in which our influence wil l hl felt.Iil .-- the powerful stimulus! Iu exertion j out Sixth. If the pre-emptor should not
But the naked, siilleiin, intrrpidlittle while, lix our atteimli'i'm a subject olmure I iliol._ .. of
\\liicli attaches to it, will alone Clil. : yrt upon 1 hh : t UI" our "i.erruor: ) ;is iu l.a.. .t.rnu'n. ..I to us. To show uurselves"orlhy our wish to enter the quantity of one hundred

secure your attention. This day, is re- band of patiiots, which W'nt forth at ilm.tiltl! iu\'rl.>t to ourselves. An I into leCI11 the scale which regulates the power of Stlves-worthy of the exalted station we t and sixty acres, he may enter a single half

ant their country's Lidding to repel the proud) in impel tiIt 'r in the h'stury of < ur own Tel ', balance the advintage to that we are not "degene
iicucd tin allr'of Lib- North South, to occupy prove made north. and
; ('sta111allc on every I til! ani section, ( by a
bill is Congress
A quarter
\iuas of iior rights and soil, trembled! not at litnry is nt hand. now In-fore of Wisconsin. rate of distinguished ires'Mel us have
(-ity, throughout our liappy land. Millions) gained by the acquisition : South line acre subdivision
I the of and well fur its admissioi! : into the L'nior. Soon fathers ,) or
I of
a thcMlisciphiu'd provii'.ed is be addedto ever before us the example our
arc now their loud to Jill "proall I The Star of to
raising will t terminate our on -- of a fractional section.
!legions of their enemies.Thus dependence ll. JCIH blis.-ful abodes ofUfa
skies and the shouts of a free I time twenty-six bright luminaries which now Let us act as if from the
; 1 ral (; and the Sfatc of Florida \ Seventh. One more adj9ining residuary i-
commenced the war of the \ : or
\ as Ier (venrw:1. constellation 1 veil, th.-ir blessed spirits were looking
iud happy multitude, rejoicing Ill the richlikssiugs form till most brilliant ever gazed
Revolution.: stand (in n footing of<'<] r..litv with ;he otlniiinmbers is down ,. Cultivate ibc tjpirit of '76. forty acre lots may be entered, the
of Liberty to J leaven. ian by the eyes of ours to upon u
Ilal. I
asccllt Tie America, ; ; averted? the of thc (confederacy.( .\na who, upon its SullVr to be blinded by undue not exceeding"one hundred and
reverberates to hill ; and 11\in1 gallantly .seu that its brightness: be n'>t oclipsi-d, nor not yourselves .aggregate
free cry spirits of the rocks frm and mountains, sym tie I i u.:1 llts of lan, ;imd! boldly;; I ; ed to shike: I within HIM sound of my' \'vnie, ( (' not r'> lustre obscired We arn about emerging froma attachment to party. Judge men more by sixty acres. These lots can only be call-

pathising with the feelings that fill the bosoms ofT the yoke of 1'ritish thraldom, and to as juice at the pn'"pi ct of the change ber r,! Territorial to a State; (lovernment : To their actionthan their words. Be ever ed "residuary! ," after the sale of the other

uf their kindred I, mortal ( cho sumc a place in the family of latiuns. sent I us Prsj: 'ss"iijj srpuiur ad\'alt" I'.- o: 1 I effect this *' con.umatill devoutly to he wished ready, at your country's call to forget the portions of the same quarter s'etionorfrac -

thlugl sjirits. forth her undisciplined troops, objects of.scorn !,11"ahl' arid a climaK: bettor .] I io the Constitution fond endenrments of home- 1., desert the
the glorious sound. The merry ringing aelljka I Il I a C4)f\ltiol. for framing a tioual quarter section, pursuant to the act

the roaring cannon rend IJels alt and to her enemies! and !sympathising I pity to her i iI l =fwll (if the 21 IC.J staples I o: :oUll. uuriidvancement i I for the government of the new State, has tlo-.veiy paths' of peace. lie j jealous "fher approved April 5, 1832, authorizing such ,
I' Jod'ofbattles ) .slower than of
to meet the Mieeiin-r I'MThe (; ) his been I dial be '
friellis. feeling
fiom throughout been called! ; and) you an about to exercisethe honor as Jour own. Lot every
every Iial, frul1)lu11.t 1' with deserted] other of ibe i southvin ImI I minor subdivisions.
was tlll-Victory p'titioiis country of ii OIleLoof!
selection I
of the to yourconlumtr'
( tll' thrillingvoice dearest right man; ; t your forgot or merged
our ( country) I I not the cause t Liberty--Justice was triton 'I Ili rlilllo Florid I IMS: "aily ceased, ". bile I shall to Eighth. A regular half quarter halfrluarter
is heard I o\nlt\givers. not point
birth eloquence day of And commemoratingllie we, pliant. They fought; and con
Fn'cd'll fc.lo\ l the resisted) and and goulh w -.siu| Stales. To what each be taken one or more residuary
was ; ( richest
;j and the
with the may
titizens, are met together, for the same patriotic Bolll\ TJrant's.1) I J should represent you : hut, light tint! gilt the next tl) libeity
i'low was bowed oppressor !-- I -Inll vc r.tlil: ttc ibi- ? Arc nut the <;. e '! t subdivisions lying adjoining. f
-to ccK-brate the return of that < t: > I ( Xlfll1.C' of twenty six States before them, I. which man can ask-ycur own forty acre ;
purpose I''Victorious: from the t I, tlm penius of'Liberty to be found\ in Territmi, ill ('. '
.contest I ti hundred
)1lI will be difficu't and .itlrctionsbtlieve not the not exceeding one
I : the of 1 not aggregate
d.iy. so glorious s to us individualK'! I .
arose, stretched her cagl'- wings, andperc'ed grc awl t' I II.d..11 \\ ? 1.1 I' olid I. he of fair prize- titrit he.should
our beloved country, and! glorious in its consequences I : (111 : and granting tlll'l coin.i.on sense public that is worthy so a and sixty acres:

to the whole w'rhl-; upon the banner of America, will l continuance; of which, I ;'tl> ihuti' ; lo the factof : spirit we may I hope to enter the confederacy be the chi 3"ii one to protect and I In the Palmyra district, in the State of

Sixty two years have now elapsed since the its bright stars and broad stripes, waiving. ol( being: I dependent Teniloiy. H,:re I with a constitution appioaching nearly to I guide your gentle spirits through the roughiutricaci.s Missouri, the fraction heretofore reserved
|t triumph o'er I tin heads of | ( I freemen iiiight I |-.ai-e, and animadvert upon much of Constitution life who could recreantto I
1Icllllabl necessity of
Declaration of Independence, which, you I ; 'rfco11. 1'1l a prove I in of filling a French tiri
11'C.u '
!), and bade all.ltioJs" th- jthat; i is painful ; but this i is not a time to com- and Republican I his love his To you 1recunhliend consequence
t heard read; was promulgated by our venerable purely Souther stri'lly first country. I claim and which are found noti
I Spanish ,
Tyrant prostiate) il tlc u t, and] America'The mi-iil upon the of I lhos have audience I have i of revolution i
wit need be the the our
forefathers' and tl,(. bands which cemented flntul rot impressed on I example areiable\ be
included In such claim to entered -
I i
i had this af I
the '
tf4-e I
rnatiaj-ement-of disgraceful
'riu-.se however.nro ,,
the .American Colonies with their nn- : the honor of addressing.. .1 i I ry mal en..
woik of our 1'aihers t was not jet con- fair. 11-t thank Heaven I I these causes, i : I Ii nation'weal ; into this act. For those entries the
anilforever l be dismissed those who JlollursIt,' \ ,
r.Httiral mother were seveted, [ ( matttrs to by are your i
country Mimm.iled. Victory had attended the Aineri.in which have hilhtito retarded i I foregoing rules will be the guide. The
fur progress sons .
follow its claims
since the rights and equality of man, to me. remember that upon your j
"-. I( arms, ali indeprndi-nce) had Illcl: won. in wealth and population, will .soon be removed. I than Furget not I' Register and Receiver will permit no entry
his capability: of self government weie boldly On all occanons like the present, it becomes brighter your own.
asscrcd--ald the United States of America I It was icon, but not secured. Tlc nation: This tear wimt end! and :soon will the pi'Ojde of America: to to j the I IIroic example of thc matrons ol our of such fraction until after the location

was held together by the ties of common m- the people (if Florida (' b y lie e of cal I sacrifice of the : private claim
: and ndjoniing
assumed amon? the Powers of the earth an piivilege mind the ta.k ihey :are to perform. The revolution who were ever ready to I survey

equal and independent station"-since the teiest, and common danger. l Hut without, ''choosing whom they will have in rule ov( rMiem. work of our forefathers t I is dunn. Their va their offspring: at the shrine of their coun ,shall have been made and finally approved,

sons of Freedom" declared) that ''armed in any regular system of government, mid ::at. ,r Then, availing; ourselves" of the advantages :. lo has won fo their descendants a country try's liberty. 'and the lines thereof connected with the

the sacred cause of Librtylhey were invin lered over u'ast an extent of ,'olnlry,1 which bountiful nature has lavished \ destined lo he the first among nations; 41 Tlie.i. said tho Mother to her son, lines of the survey of the adjacent public 5

ciblc by any force which Tyranny and op something more was necessary u bird to upon us, we may hope to progrcs as rapidlyas and their wi.sdcm has contrived a form of And pointed to his shieUI; lands on the official township plats.
II gelhcr the disjointed tin' mbers The union of our sister States.Fehi.w Come with it, when the battle's done, ,
pres&ioii could bring against them. Defying any so nearly perfect, that attempt land which
feeble States all government any : Or on.it from the fit Id. Sundry descriptions of ate exempledJromtfiAO'peration
of the then was important. citizens
our Territory presonls n
the o'erwlvlmtng numbers which) threatened at will result in the 'eform-
diversity alertit Thus have been presented to us-all example oftlz gatt, viz: .
I To effect this, there being so great a mild and beautiful The blandness
to crush them, they glanlliy\ unfurled the lh Yes Fellow citizens the
ily wllolf. und
Banner of which of interest I, il was necessary! that mutual of its climate -ihe living freshness ol "I -< worthy of imitation. Let us go First. Lands which have been reserved ,
t our Country, a Government under which we live H i the
cloud by atiJ "protfctinj conccsnions should be made, and the tights ail around-ihe myriads uf{ odour breathing do liliC\\ isp. Let our first and last thoughts : for the use of the United States, or eitherof
day a pillar ol fire by night, most admirably) constructed, and! the strongest "Our first ourcountry 5
guided the votaries and piivijegt-s of each Fecuf.d by charier. plants and flowers scattered o'ei its suiface, be our countryjs. country the several States.
of the !
young Freedom to on the earth. And marvellous as grand, .
bright temple Liberty, and has! ever! con Accordingly, our Federal Constitution was and imparting 1 d lici.u.T fragrance to Ihp it is that of a people governing Ihpm.wlvciI last, right or wrong our country. This description includes the-sites'-'of

"j ducted its followers adopted, (for the of the whole. whole at delightful breezes, fortifications military "I
to honor, glory' and ro government rf.pherc-our shall nt insult your understanding' by undertaking many lighthouses, .

nown. And under its benign influence, the United. which come to show at length the falsity of CIRCULARTo posts, &c. &c- which have, in general, ,
Slates of America hnve disproved Like the sweet Soutli, and Receivers oft/ie United
The attempt to depict to you the arduous triumphantly the advanced by the enemies of Registers beet.resevedbytbe Commissioner of the 1
the\ uhsi'td cottiic I that "man That brratbcs uj|>on a bid l arguments
t task of our ancestors-the difficulties and position and giving o lour.lfVllb.lfalg natuial rights, to prove that man can only be States Land Office.. General Land : office, at the iqtance of ,

I dangers they encounteredthe toils, priva is incupabli .1 f government.; would The wild and luxuriant beauty of the whole I I bo ruled by (orer." Reasons drawn by these I some one of the heads of the Executive i

t lions and sufferings, to us almost inconcciVaWe However_ pleasing and inslructivn face of nature; where advocate of despotism from analogy, and GENERAL LAND OFFICE, ;
the tatk time will allow to follow Departments.
L which they to secure to us the UP not roe .Blossoms and finin. and flowers together me, from the fate of olher Republics:, lose their July, 1833: Second. Lands reserved from sale by
suLIimest gift bestowed the our beloved country through its: various tlag An-l! Iho whole l-'arth in gay conruj"nli.s." .:
upon man, enjoy lirce when applied to i iho United Slates. GENTLEMEN: : Annexed is copy of an ,
ment of a free Constitution, would bo a needless -8 advaneenrenl, from its weak and dependent have justly entitled it be called the Italy' olmerica. Our Government i is With the Independence act of congress. ':
unique Con June 22 183S .
of approved ,
'oloni.il the act ogress -.This class.includcs canal l lands, school
existence, to powerful
consumption of your time. Nor need I \ Who that hs visited( our Territory of ihe United Stales, commenced I

fcflier into a detailed account of the history cf( confederacy it has now bcromr. Put"iu1 has left it without regret and who that in political There had. entitled "An act to grant pre-emption" lands, lands to which a Spanish, French

lie causes which brought about the American over the time, (that has elapsed cinco the adoption bus Idtl has not longed to taste ( ail the a never new before rF existed free rielH confederate rights to settlers on the public lands. or British claim was duly filed, and which

"evolution. These arc subjects familiar to of our Federal Cotislituiidn) a periodbut delights of ill soft sunny clime, and te return, Govercmenl.Ve look in vain representative for which revives for two years, with several claim has not receivtd the'final action of
you all. A few remarks however, may not little mere than fill) years, let us hastily among its generous and hospitable innabiants. : similar example among the many ancient modifications, an act similarly eutitled'ap-; Congress; lands reserved.I-for naval purposes i

b irrelevant. examine our present pOllion.TIl ( i forms of Government which have been him proved May 29, 1830 a copy of which is I I lead mules, salt spring, &- ,

The primitive settlers America, that they I progress of the United Slates in nits Fiorida is about' to be i dmittcd into our ded down lo ust, Thu Republics of Grc.'reaud also anex'e'rj l lI Third. Lands reserved from sale by order I i

migt enjoy liberty of conscience and free and sciences, iu wealth and power, nnd; the confederacy, at u lime when its voice is re Rom J the most celebrated! their have to call your special attention to of the President. ':

from oppiession, fled from the land of astonishingly rapid; incrose of it! population quired in our national ('(unril-. Sectional fain is i Ilint to as sufficient proof the several provisions of thls-law, and enjoin
their fathers unknown and are without in tho annuls history. his rather been forced into lfcrr.t Fourth. Lands which i nay.. have been .;
to an country parat.18 feeling : crept, or that all ( o criimneu.ts in the hands of tho a strict observance of the Jules hereinafter -

sought for themselves a home in the western Other naliors arisen, and by slow and our national Legislature ; and a iprl: of ri people must bt short.lived. .1 shall not tax''i stated. appropriated for any purpose whatsoever; {

hemisphere, which they fondly hoped the gradual degreed have attained to power and valrv jealously j have sprung up between our patience by stopping to enquire into individual the "benefitsand This includes all lauds which any act ,
: ) The claiming
hand eminence. But it has iho of >
required lapse
oppression would never reach ; and the North and South. However much to
the history of the causes of Ihe downfall of have been of Congress ,as set apart for or directedto
wher they could render to their God that years to make: (their influence fell beyond be regretted, this is too evident to be dunied. these Republics. is i .suffi privileges'this tact, must
distinguished be applied to any particular purposeand ;
wrvice they believed most acceptable in his their immediate confines. With the United Under these ciicurnstances, the South I First. An "actual settler" of the land
ight. Stales how different Still in the infancy of cent to stub that no just comparison can be entered. all lands which by any public-treaty,
To America they came. Years, long mutt standfort/i in its and it is our between :them and the United sought to nation

and toilsome rolled on, and we see their des her existence, she has aiuinud the strength duty to bring our& migh the contest to I States.c the zealous and turbulent Second. Either "the head of a family," whether with Indians or a civilized ,

: ccndants securely established in the land of and maturity of ago. Almost at a single be fought on the floor of Congress. of Among Greece, the whole body of the or "over twenty-one years of age." have been either temporarily or permanently -

: promise, and reaping the rewards of the la' bound, she placed hcrsll' i irj the foremost I have adverted (o the unparalleled prosperity powers met to enact their laws, nnd each Third. A housekeeper, and in possession disposed of such as grants to a State
t boors of their of nations throe which people for canals &=. Indians ofa
progenitors. The happinessof rank mighty of the United Slates:; lo glorious citizen was a le ilaln.! Confusion anti anarchy by personal residence thereon, on roads grapts.to

I l religious freedom was theirs ; they had /separated her from her toother country and appearance they presented to the eyes of'.he were the natural and necessary con the-22d day of June 1838, and for four lifeestateetatcsin* ; : fee simpleor grantsof

grown to a population of two or three millions; I brought her into national existence, sent her world. A few years ago the condition of our And the military slate of Home. months which tr ''- the exclusive and- undisturbed use id
next preceding,
;. and were fast in increasing the In wealth and power | I like full armed Minerva, from the teemingbrain country was such as to fill every American sequences.thirsting for doininioc, whose armies fought menced on the 22d day February, 1838.A tribe Indians for a term of years for

Wmings wee happy enjoyment of all the of Jove, alike wise nnd warlike. The heart with pride and admiration. We looked not for their country, but for their generals, failing in one of the aboverequisites'can the-purposes: ofresidencet hunting, or fishing
; peaceful liberty. At le>h infant colonies, which half a century ago, person any
the around, and all was bright beautiful !- bears resemblance our own Republic. &c. & These are tb* restrictions
; anL no have claim virtue of ,
spoiler came. Tyranny, ha for ond for existence : no by
casting rapacious were struggling liberty Our hearts within' Our bosoms ,
rejoiced us Nor is there a in modern times. imoosedby the 1st and 4th section Qf the
eye upon them, resolve to make their grow itself ns nation, have now become the most swelled with gratitude to the divine bestowerof parallel this act .Y : .. .
ing; t In no ..other Government are the people each act of f May 29, 1830.
wealthhejr was commenced prosperous people in the world. these blessings and we fondly hoped A person bringing #

that system ? grinding, oppression, which At the close of revolutionary struggle al nothing would ever obscure tho loveliness found so for ready what to affect rush the to General arms for Government its of the,above requirements,.by proof satisfactory ''Fifth Lands to which the right of preemption

more continued: The till human nature could endure rn our shipping was UB nothing but now our of tho prospect. Wo looked again; and turning defence; affects each individual and in de to the Registcf Receiver of the is claimed, in consequence of any
gentleness and forbearance which vessel plough the main io every portion of I to the,North, lo a cloud i is seen I At first land district,iii..tiich thVlands 'may lie, settlement or improvement made before

h ever characterized Americans, \va then the Globe. The Ocean is covered with our but a ,speck on our political horizon it gradually feoding our our common cPntrye. are pro taken p ant-to .the rulei?.hereinafterpreg the extinguishment of the Indian title
visible letting own private
beautifully The colonies felt their, canvass ; und in every sea, in every port, the increases in darkness, ,advancing, and at. the trials' and difficulties ; iib d. wtllj after having filed the affidavit thereto This is to be so construed as not
oppressive We have
their grievancabut feelings of indignaiion.Ffhey thev restrained Flat,of honored bur Republic and respected floats, dreaded by all by Our ty. each moment, assuming a more menacing as- through which seen our country has passed. In required by the act, be entitled to -- to exempt lands from the operation of this

Temembered whence has shorose triumphant over them'II. all the benefits and privileges of the act act, the Indian title to which was etiu,
and variably
they that it and
'a sprung; ships are ,catered over the Pacific, A Speech of Mr Webster's.


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'gLiI1e.1 lor four months, immejiatrlv: pre given the law, if it is carelessly left! to the 0 jt' oon ns the Bank shall be put into >(peiation : 'Governor in the Ctrrutiic: Department, must be an improvement upon the old\ system. .1 moans which will of spreading time Bayden) x eeI(I
The stock and real security, yield much
"ioUs.to the passage of the law. opinion of every witness.You are therefore the u New Y be new light. It is not so I as three acres of the Goard
If dtubt irises in the of instructed receive sand dollars of its notes, those (the S." Can inform orkr seed ||
any application not to as testimony or or o "the President of the U. you with at the South but all who examine the &c. wi.

this instruction, let the case be spec-ally: |proof, a general statement, which embodiesin West Florid Bank, and take said Godon's the people of Florida how our worthy Secre subject us calmly and dispassionately; (as all subjectsf Your R. jiDISBANDING .

: stated to the General Land office, and i general terms the conclusions of obligation to redeem or return the sane, or taryis: enabled to perform the duties of his of finance should be) must acknowledgethat OFTHE CANADA

supplemental instructions will he given. 1 law, without stating the facts specifi its don amount promises, to to said circulate Bank,and and the saidnion saidGor fice.according to the law above quoted, while The plan greatly adds to the characterand I I is stated. in the Detroit Free MILITIA Press \

J -: I Sixth. Lands acquired by treaty wi th cally.The ey io as not to the operation use olaid residing at Si.Joseph, distant upwards of one security of banking.A I Monday, from a source which o

the Miami tribe oflndians, in the State of witness must state, if the pre-emp- Bank. In testimony crump whereof havcJXre hundred miles from the seat of government bank based on gold and silver paid in; I says may be relied on, that an tat par '

Indiana, of the ratification which proclamation tor be the "head of the facts would of all monied institutions for loan, is. elpl
f a family,
unto set our hands and seals the day and : of the Territory EN UIREK. ,- I reached Sandwich the day

was made December 22, 1837. which constitute him sueh, whether a husband date above written. I ----------- rsue, and sound currency, be the most perfect withdrawal I Toronto, with orders to the previous com frO
Seventh. Lands included within the location having a wife and children, a widowed To THE CITIZENS OK LEON COUNTY. if a stopper could he placed of the on metals from- ; to disband the militia on this

S of any incorporated town. This or a widow having a family of children The Milledgeville Recorder tt'the 24th ult. Having received official information, that the vaults or ;disappearance or a regulator, to be confided in, draw off the regular troops frontie the Loi (

restriction is such, that if any part of a or an unmarred person, having a has (he fIlHowin.'. I,, tfce late census, gives a deficit of neailv nine could be by which the issues should i don district. n

legal subdivison fall within the limits of the I family either relatives or others depending Upon the requisition of tte Governor we j thousand in population to entitle us to enter never be found tusive as to endanger or haz- I

corporation, the whole tract is exempt. : upon him, or hired person, or are harry to state, that Gen Taylor has I'I into a State government under the constitution zard a drain on the metalic source. Such a NEW ORLEANS ,\KS.-A

because the act of 29th :May\ 1830, only slaves. detailed a sufficient force (or t 11t: protectionof I: of the United States, and being a sworn officer -: regulator! has not as yet been found, and probably i of the condition of the N. statment Banks

authorized entries to be made by such legal -' All he facts respecting the actual settlement the low country ngainst the wanderingband to that constitution, it becomesmy I never will ; and therefore, banks based i on the N. Orleans Banks on the 2nd of

jl subdivisions as were recognised by the and personal residence, the time of Indians in tb Ukefinokec imperious support duty to withdraw my name I on gold and silver supposed to have been i Julyas compared with their condition on

then existing laws. of commencement, the manner and extent swamp. deposited in secure vaults to meet the issue tbe 4th of June, shows a decrease ;in

Eighth. Lands, surveyed or otherwise, continuance, as well as those showingthe Troop in sufficient n'tnbers' are r.ow from the list candidates now before you of a paper currency} rnot ever with the examples I since that time, of $ thircircnlauon

placed round the and provisions I u seeing! that elected, I could not take any before us, be exposed] to di-trusf,
which hive: been actually selected as sites apparent objects, should be stated. and an increase of their specie of
foi their furnished. Our constitution in violation to have their credit at times shaken, and $240
I ample support bed part in framing a and to ,-
for cities or towns, lotted into smaller i! Respecting the term "housekeeper, it 589. Their aggregate circulation
citizens will thus lie relie'ed from an harr- for their depreciated. on de
the other, on the representation required paper money
quantities than eighty acres, and settled must he stated that a dwelling stood upon a.ssinjj semce, which clec\'l'd! on them in Within the la.t 20 have had in 2nd of July was SlSSG33theiraggre.! .

upon and occupied for the purpose of trade i 1 the land, that the claimant lived in it, and the absence of the Unite! States forces- admission into the Union the United States no Vtarwe less than three convulsions gate amount of specie at that time was

and not for agricultural cultivation or im made it his liome, &c. By this means you who. of course, will not leave the scene until Under other circumstances, it would have in our banking :system, producing too 83,293,824.

provement. I will be enable to determin vhether or not all cause disquiet isdissipated." been a pleasing duty to have served you as one suspensions of specie payments!, and one Mr. Van -- -- -

This description includes those tracts the requisites of the law have been complied We 1 learn from a lette1 of Gov, Gilmer to at the helm, to steer our Florida ship out of panic : and in Great Britain we have seen lun:19s Imporlatloitt.'c

which settlers have selected with a view of' with in any given case. Should you the harbor of dependence into the republican her bank sustained by the power of the gov copy to-day, a paragraph from the Floridian -
the in the
: building thereon a village or city. :i decide against a claimant, who, feeling secretary war, puilished same sea of State Liberty, under the banner of our' eminent, rompelN'd for a period of nearly expressive of the views of that print
and Ware
that the :Militia CaTHJn of"
Ninths. Lands specially occupied or re-1 I dissatisfied w itli such decision, may request pnper, constitution. Your fellow citizen, 50 years to suspend payments of specie for on the subject importing" officers for
ooun<;ioo oiJorod for tho protection" of the circulation. We Florida, In relation to this
] in writing the opinion of this office the notes put in can require matter there
served f' town lots other ROBERT BUTLER.
r or
\ purposes, bv I thereon, will forthwith forward all inhabitants: have been discharged. since the no stronger proof than the'above, tint that can be hut onc feelim in Florida, and that
authority of the United State. This in- you ---------- I
]1 the oriainal said claim anival of G';n, Tajlor in that section.r c i system must' be defective which is exposedto i is a indignation. At the
touching : For the Floridian. feeing
chides HI.1.ulIl that mhe \ papers
: : specially) occupied Go\'crn-I I and fer
are not with lh, such periodical irrej-ular cfntrHlionq. e are
1 and brief disposed to quarrel: I \\ arran to
by the or officer! a report ofyonrrcai'onfir: rl'jl'cting' I Tilt:: UNION HANK OF FLORIDA. !
army, any public The Union Hank of ri i is r
it; flfll(), in the mean time,will notpcr- or of Georgia for disbanding the uilitia \but t tit I ri'\ difernllyronlitult'd to the Union as a Stale for the purpose I in
where no reservation! has \ct been dircc- Ever since the inexplicable striiigle-: between ; and I embrace.* in its ()rjmrltza

ted, cither by law, the order) of the President i- 'mit the land claimed to be entered or I is very unjnst that the troops should all be I' (General Jark>on and! the Hank of the! ,liol the SCCrititbif'h the New Yorker-, part ridding ourselves of the annoying

1, or act of the Commissioner. Also, sold( without an order from the depart called out of Florida when her citizens: are United States ; ever since the "removal of i con-ider,ill a new discovi'tv, and! which )lr. j I' presence" of these irresponsible! imp rta.

all informal: reservations (for town lot ment. constantly; falling ictins: to the sivaje rifle, the deposits ; the pet t brink experiment ; and {: and] 31 1 r. ,\to 101\ deem( a very 'tioiis, we have another tlmrst upon us'

: the: Treasury order ; arid.i more part l"ululy; II Hall I The late Judge oftimi5 District had
&c. directed, by the Commissioner or otheragents -rw.aasav.r or compelled to teiniin constantly in ihi'} ; ; <)1 I Ikiu: system" one
l'nl I (' : the crisis by which every monetary institution The first b-itik of this ilnracier known to I f.uilt, which out weighed all his
of the United States! the formal: I ap- ;, 'rIIJ' FIJOl II) \N. for their own defence.c hive submit-Is! : : near

provalof which has not yet born i\en l Ity : __. h__ ___ ___ ____ __ __________ ted time aftrrlimc, repeateddr.ifis.: t.) t.ikiI"; : ,of the I United I :Stall's has been com ; I the vnit'.r, was; e-t ibli-'ied' by t lhat ,sob"r I merits-and, lhj were not f few. When

1'\ 1.1.\ \S.SF.K.: : FLORIDA! : pulled tr< Mispend; specie payiiuv.ts;-the attention cI l.ui lat lug nation, the I Putch.' in: Dennrara, I interest or pleasure called him away, he
; the President; aho, such selections lor naval I the place of the regular. : troops until the pat wf the community: has uith an intense
and hail most fivnrab! inn ( theauiKulturu did hesitate leave the: of
not to
I a lenc-i scene his
',: and milirary purposes, marine ho..pi- 3:1 f n r<::.}. ,t:. Likr; August! II I :j I I'e I ti"lu'c or cur pc-oplo is almost I t p\hiuted i interest, been directed: lo ]Hanks;; ami thebankingsinn. : th It colon* : j I" dutiesThis we hold! to be inexcusablein

\ .1 laic, &c. Sc. which agents may: ha\v: made: : -____ I and; it is high t lim i lhc (t'cticial I C;'ivern nnt :,1li.ul The minds, of all hive: h,Tnbewildered II The plan 1'1 was ;afterwards m introduced! and | but L

t nmLwhich await the :approval) oldie Prcs-: \ li.no 1)''lire- ti- I l\v o stM-eiim-n: ; 1)1 r cut- j l intctfeied! and relieved, us of this bun hen i1 on the subject ; and gropinir in practice.d on with art-at success in Loui-iana: ; I I Judge a Judge would, mil dare none do a it-a niledSlalt$
dent, or souo otliT action, in order to rcn- '' tolL, the itit: (;uhf anJ i Ihi, ; 1 IJlurk Seed orSea I Iya sufficient f >rcc of Icg'lIlr! !:, ii thy I intend I: |the mists and mazes of uncertainties we have from thence it s..is! brought to 1'lold;. and, u States, I in Florida I ; United
the evils! I however dares
alllilt lilt benefits, and i without I ,
tier them
legal.Tenth. I I-l.iinl I Cotton i t :jath:; "-riJ about) the first t to close the war Ijy their own I troops j we ar' now in our lirst txlwrimtnt| iii lh< do One

Si'lcrtionshirh; have been, or <,1 f ill's: nifinlh from ('01. 01; ..|,.:d.u.s| plantation Otherwise let knowing: exactly where the good or the fault i j Union Hank of Florida. The stock is re1reseuitet' ) anything. objection to the newappoimitmnent
them (
i t lie all withdrawn from the
i I !h(:', or where remedies for the latter ate to I IIJ [ i> that there is no knowing
hereafter MAY w: MADH, by State tinder i in .1 IiMVtirson.; !wrlr.d! by bonds and! inortg-i i iges
; (
any i I ) ousjihI.rjnr the st'a.son, th.: field and] the war farmed! out to tho>s u \\h > I l (' found. .So interwoven with. all or: mo- j ant \s hen gentlemen who has
cxi.:ting laws of the I United States for1the on lands nnd monies, and cc-nerally at a j tie received i
Sea Isla.it] is !
voryeaily, only coufiims hive interest nicd. transactionhave been and continue: to i will
some in it : to hither and
education the alt I' bringing to a pcdy |. low appreciation; ; and the inslituti is thu, l lj ( moo-e repair enter
: purposes for n eof the opinion of the!! favnr.ilj'e: ;ulaptrlion) 01"1 I j jCunliin tcT'tiinntion.Vhit has heroine of the! ;I 'be, our banking operations: ; so secmuiitlv, irni j j. : with the great a iicultural interest-.li!iltitks. hipresumed i I that Judge Jor-

springs, or 1 any other purposes. Thisprovision < Set: I Inlands\ to Flnrnla sml-i and i possililo <" it, either to stop without Mi.Ti-rinjr! I: itcutilft ;!
tioops IIlId' r (;"'0. Srott :<;tiiii: the remov.il, of llw country, to loster and; i ( .not aware of the repugnance with
of the
:. act the rii ht of that have, I Irl"lthi'h.
'or a-lvanci without
the settler those postpones : climate.: Our corn crops aie now \be\ond) !' of ihe Chuokets: ? Is llifre no disposable: t.) ; danger) ; e has been its o'.iject j and mm.! : \ !i; which such iipp-'intments are viewed in
to \ offers which the l'xi-: I been furced into that most embarrassing of''!
I: !lu/.jid.. : m and] ujmers-allypronomici'd: : ; as alum-; i! 1 force in tint quarter or i is lint effects on the agriculture of time country has j I the Territory. If he had been, he would
ting laws hmarlc: to the State in which! } ; country all positions ; fiat. rluml, fti't

i he may live. I It inv happen, that, after i dmi. The Cotton' Crops iem-rallv; art !I more hcallliy: anti more desirable for 3l1mmc'r, I cuntjiaraliuely ate Wii"l1lJ willing to ulamluti, altogether !! already has relieved been mosi IW1..licly felt ; while ernbar it I certainly not have -ought to be appointed.
; many frm temporary
'ilir; prll1)1lly'er.) good, and tiom the the Pensacda. :.
: you have allowed an .'ntrof a bona fide I! re.jirexiitaliiuis quarters: si/flrai. I I ras- it has enabled others: to increase }, (
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claim, the title will he defeated by a Stale I I : : from oilier Cotton growing? C i I II Tho manner of couu1tiui! this war i is The question of separation of State fiom their force. .ind extend their opirionThe The last: number of the St. Augustine

". selection that "may be made" 1 for a seat of Jistiicts i we have: no doubt! will compare! \\ jib I without a ;parallel, and] we opine that unless, Ii Hanks does not involve any more does the ques- I lroflall crops of Gadsdcn, Leon, Jefferson Herald received here, contains a well I writ-
banks than the
i in lieu of 16( for; any crops in the South. Indeed Middle I till of banks or no separation have [been increased
justice section
or Mime .II some other and mote c'i ctual; measures arc of Government t f from Religion illvl,:\ e greatly ten editorial article ofconciderable length,

one of the numerous objects now author- Florida on an impaitial t .viniitnlion of her adopted] by the government, it will be I the question of religion or no religion in a !"y ihe facilities: afforded.! by the L'nicn Hank urging a separation of East Florida from

,.. ized by sundry laws. It was to be hoped :capabilities: will compare; \\ it Ii any of the many; years ere it ii terminate The government I.I community. of 'Florida, and the credit of our merchants; the Mildleanct the \\"est. I has not ben

that the State authorities will so much rl'- i j cotton rod-icing districts-] II| is lJeli''ed has; vet to )'clichal! a campaign: can As the people of these States are free to j I so well sustained ubroad! as lo increase tlH our good fortune of late, receive

r' spect: the rights of settlers, as to avoid all !I; slip may challenge an exhibit with Alabama) : be as wx'l! conducted in the summer as in I worship their (God] in tl.e: in-innermost (
.: unnecessary interference. Should an oc- ; &'Jli5o.issipi l i, although she has : nant to th-eir faith: and devotion, so should I tl,'! | :1.1 ability 1'1 Territory therefore, the advantage of having seen
very unjust winter. The troops i i thu field when kept i I "lI their pecuniary i-ngijiemeuN. '. The bank
curcnce of the kind happen, you will immediately not been noted huthici. !; people be left to Hrraniro their monied and all that has been in of
to as an eqial.i ) ; in active opcrat.on, last summer, were perfectly I: winch oper.ites suicce-slutly! whi, h loan* support
notify this! ollice of the fact I 'private concerns, as would best t advance their ,
; sol: \ received and uch a measure. In the article beforeus
.i last week, a I'o'v \bowlol much without loss: ; accommodates without ex ? now
healllu as so as they would I the least hazzard
: ; interests, and at to tlU com
that a prompt order may he given for rc- cessivu must the benefit it seems to be ussitmrJ that the middle -
cotton already from tho imp-irt ,
opened l'Xlctlns.
phnlatinn have: [boon at their homes. This has again I nun rmity. .I imiorm the I Institutions tliroti'Jiwhich
funding the pcrchasc money as it will be of its to the whole community in I and western of the Thrritory,
)Ir. 11. II. W.ilker ICCt.S parts
Shill Point, which we born .succcsfully t tested t the : I our monied transactions conducted,
the only redress the department can i r present summer. which it operate' Like the ve seU in benefit in will the
1 )Ionc : common east by
inadvcilantly nmitrd to notice in our last.i The volunteers tinder :2I Inve joint stock companies have been devised ; but may
( :'jor Taylor : time when wrll it
give. hUIi: system regulated, thc. This be
|It i i is* an excellent IJH, r.imen.I sickness-I I I I. bow to organize them so as to prevent the re ; .I proposed separation. might
Eleventh. Lands reserved Choc- experienced no intenujuion by healthy action and circulation
to any icurrencu of events which have too frequently promotes : true if West and Middle Florida had, or
t:1under the of Dancing Rabbit I and we are creditably informed that: Ca"t.1 I II through the whole monetary concerns of a .
treaty The Editor of the St. Joseph Times has !I disturbed the monetary operations in the were likely soon to have, the population

Creek, cannot be entered or sold under I j published) a letter from Cot. Thomas! Gordon, I [utters command even when undergoinglabor ', United States, is a subject which. has occupied community to qualify them to form a state govern

II- this or any other act of Congress.This and fatigue, have been universally I'I the grave consideralion of the wisest and the In proportion to the success of such an in ment. This is to be
-. ci ihvaunt President of the famous defcnct slitulion. must he the soundness ofits curren now bcgining every
includes what are called contingent healthv. All the summer campaigns during' ablest heads. desideratum.Lu .
where the
Magnolia Bank, that the and it would be unwise regarded as great,
si1)'ingtile against
report I cy ; as to war
A of
: ii locations, made by Colonel George W. the war we are informed have gons far tn ell I: spirit licentious speculation pervades identified : this view ofthe subject, it would seem
dead charter had been sold him one so with the industry of the
by to the land and under the too sanguine, and
"Y'I Martin, and other locating agents. tablish this fact. But the course of I I ; to be a matter to that it is
it would
I government as to a contest
but that countiy wage difcul prove
k venson wa true, becoming suspiciousof often alluring, but deceptious hopes of those
:i All. assignment, sales, and contracts for the buyer, he rescindtd: the bargain and has been to discharge the greater part !I in pursuit of gain, insurance against failure is against the farmers, merchants and mechanic the iiterct: any part of the Territory to

:r' assignment! or sales prior to any entry, the because they realrepectivclv the abun consent to the from it of
.' ticl armis, took all the bonks and of their forces during summer and allow overlooked, and security to the community separation any
\ are prohibited, and distroy any right papers the Indians to remain in quiet, make: their too frequently neglected. The fault lies full danl and deserved rewards of their labor.- other part. Middle and west Florida together
;; which a settler otherwise have away from him. Gordon also' say-*- There i is mutual l of benefits
might reciprocation
-, corn crop unmolested! and for vigorous as much in the power granted under ill-ad a may now have :population of 30j-
. had. I pledged my word to the people of Florida resistance the winter. Generally vised charters, as in the acknowledged! abuseof between the facilities; afforded by bank*, and 000, and that of East Florida may be set

; /:.:. Persons_ claiming the benefits of this act long since, that they should never suf- during power under those privileges. The Legislators ihe wise and profitable Application of those down at 10,000. By what sort of arithmetic -

'"\ 'i: L arc required to file an afiidavid, as therein fer by tlu.t: institution again, so long as I con I here our cilizcns are pr tected during in all the explosions of our tanks, have accommodation*. Banks of loan give en it is shewn that admission into

:i.:t i : prescribed. and to furnish proof by one trolled it. At an iimneiHH sacrifice: I have tho summer, they are indebted) for that protection had therefore as much to answer for, a, the couragemwnt and animation to productive the Union be hastened our the withdrawal

:; or more disinterested witnesses, to redeemed nearly all its circulation, and when I i to their own forces called out as volunteers conductors of those institutions themselves; labor i which in return, increases the facilities can by -
your I sell iis charter I know that of banks extend their and of those 10,000ve are yet to learn,
honest to
.', entire satisfaction, of the facts to i or drafted men. And the recent mur and what ought we to expect, when strangers operations,
i necessary men purchase it. Then, and not till then, unknown and or Interest preserve a wholesome currency. The crops and we can tell our brother.of the Herald
establish the The der of n whole family, three days aftei the to, having no sympathies
tl pre- mption right. will I Ibe satisfied! to part with it." in common with the people of Florida, of Florida ; its exports of cotton, tobacco, that un til this can be shewn, the West
witnesses to be first duly sworn or affirmed withdrawal of these troops for the service,
Now, we are unformed, most of the books! can originate, under the sanction of Council, lumber, &c., constitute the basis of our ex will never concent to a dismemberment of
; to speak the truth, touching the proves, to a demonstration, that Mere is noi and in afford the
adventurer from changes
a Balk: or an ; proportion as you Territory.-Pcnsacola Gez.jFrum .
Jf the ba.k and have been in this I Magnolia
arc, town,
\ subject of inquiry, dy some officer competent i i safety without a continual force stationed on Ohio, resuscitate such a monied institution as the I means of developing the resources uf
and the custodier of them has been
to administer oaths and affirm- subpoenaed I the fron'icr. Gen Taylor's order for thc discharge he Commercial. But so it has been ; 'oit our Terriiory in these respects, must you the Nortlihamton Courier

ations, and, if not too inconvenient, by to produce them at the next Superior I j of mounted men, and replacing them must ever be, under the looseness ant add to the productive industry and wealth of TERRIFIC EXPLOSION'-A fearful\ tplosion \;

reason distance of residence from your Court in suits against Gordon and others, to by footmen, i is in our opinion, ill advised. ever prevailed in relation to the granting of the country. took place in the village of Pitts-

: office, or other good cause must be examined compel them to redeem some of their notes. i I l Capt- Ilulter's command of two hundred charters, and the gross neglect of those conservators This can only be effected by the aid of field, Mass last week, which is thus described

; by you, and the testimony reduced to We say it is not true that Gordon has redeemed footmen have been of the public interests, in not enforr- sound monied institutions, enjoying the confidence in a letter, dated.

writting in your presence, and signed by I "nearly allthe circulation"the bank, or J unsuccessfully: operating ing the guarantees necessary in putting those ofthe community, and with ability to PITSFIELD, July 19. ,
i for more than two months :-and in the foster. and life nnd
chartered institutions In the Last
give to va
- activity Thursday
operation. night, we experencedone
: each and certified by the officer any considerable quantity of it. We have
1 immediate vicinity of the'.r operations our The abuses, however, must not be confounded rious inteiests of Florida. of the most terrific witnessed
the oath explosion ever
administering small 'I
or no left since the
amount us announce citizens hare been massacred, and their with thc benefits of the system ; the former Can any system be better devised for this here before. that the
who-must also join you in certifying as to: I ment of the sale, that we will rxchancfi for must be corrected, and the latter pre object than that now in operation throughthe I appears
dwellings Powder
destroyed. lbsof
respecta bility and credit of each wit- 'notes of the Union nr Pensacola Bank, at a served. We must separate the wheat from Union Bank ; based on the property of Magazine, containing 800
The Governoi is organizing a force to cooperate Powder fired
uess. I large discount :, and if Col. Gordon don't____ ,rr.. the chaff; and, with the beacons before us, the country, and affording al the securitiesto by someduing\'iIain5
: In case adverse claims shall be made'to 1 deem tlenianddare show his face hereabouts, I with Capt Hotter inst the Creeks. avoid those shoals on which some hitherto the community which land and laborof and the damage it did was truly terrble.

; the same tract, each claimant must be notified -! the owners they will what virtue thereis I One hundred and fifty me have been raised have, and others will again be wrecked. If the country can offer. The pledge and The magaxne was situated in burying
say try
. ),.... of.the time and place taking testimony in legal I in Godsden: and one hundred in Leon County we we will not profit from experience, and the benefits are reciprocal ; and the Territory ground, nearly in the centre of the village,

and allowed the privilcdgeofcross-! procc's.Hut for one month's service. The lurking places take a sober sense view of the subject, we must continue as it has, to feel, the hello and every building within 100 rods was

,_ examining the opposite witnesses, and I of the articles of agreement for the sale I lIf the Indians in the swampi of the Oci have nothing to hope for amendment. Hank I final influence of an institution or institutionsso more or less injured. One house, of brick,

:. producing counter proof, which should al- I of the charter as given in the Apalachicola i I lockonee although almost inaccesii lcHo, not big, like all other transactions, must be treat- constituted and faithfully administered. owned by N. Strong, about 5 rods from

. FO be subject to cross-examination.: I I Gazette, and copied! below, tell a tale very i extensive nnd have ed a, ofa private character, in which those This subject imy be enlarged on by Magazine,was damaged about $600. The
i we strong hopes,
very :
different from the ]letter and I who embark must be made: responsible. I He A FRIEND FLORIDA.It .
; we mistake not, TO PROSPERITY OF roof much shattered windows a"
When by reason of distance, sickness, I (from tho character of this force, that they will who his in the of TiE ___ __ __ was -
the witnesses if the amount there admitted to bo nnredeemcd j employs money objects u broken in the walls moved inches
; or infirmity cannot come I some
successful in the Creeks. whether i is said that the train between
I recapturing banking, as a private individual) or wagon
:\< before authorized their is not greatly underrated. the barns and sheds prostrated
:. ;' you, are receive Until this be of stock embolicd Newnansvillc and Fort White nearly
-i can accomplished no security a co-partner a joint company, was fired

depositions, which must be, in all other ARTICLES fifteenth of ngree'mrllt of entered into, this can be afforded) to a number of families residing under a charter, should do it at his or upon a few days since I by Indians, and & ..
; 1 conformable to the within day May; eighteen hundred! their and : The large brick schoolhouse 3S also
respects regu- own risque peril. They should bu
and thirlv-pi, between Thomas (;. ) on the borders of Leon and Gadsden! Capt Jouett wounded. and
$ lations. considerable sash window*
+ bound to afoot the guarantees necessary to injured; .
Gordon, William Brook' and Counties.
': The notice to adverse claimants should Hugh: Ste. secure the public from loss, the community doors broken in-fences and wood house
venson, all of i&t THE CROPS.
;i'<.; bcin writing, and should be served in time State of Georgia.: Mu.'cogee County, and I There have, been some doubts: ;<< expressed, from the depreciatio \ a worthless currency. The intelligence frot the surrounding, prostrated-bricks were driven through

?; allow least for are views; now absorbing the } the 300 weight,
to at a lhcsr
S day every twenty WitnosTlh, that said) Thomas Gordon has! whether the recent murder of Mr.Singletary'sfamily ; country in relation to is of the -stones weighing
i miles the mayliavc to travel in going sold said Williiini I attention many; ; and cannot, but under i crops were carried 10 12 rods. Congregational
party this day to and I or
Hugh two
perpetrated' % by lulians. We h: \'pperu'd well balanced reconcile the conflicting most cheering nature. The following information -
'k I, to the place of taking evidence. The thirds of the whole stock of the Merchants'and system Baptist, and Episcop.al.Chucb,
a letter from William H. Taylor, Ksq: struggles between the friends and the we received from a friend in and
enemies -
f proofin all cases should consist of a simple Planters' Hank of Florida, lot mNI.r theIClchalltst .. Town House, Medical InstJuton,
tn Governor which tl.ink conclusive.! of banks as hitherto instituted, and] afford Burke and we of
we county; presume some wmdos
ofthe ,
. detail of fact merely, and not of state- :\ and Planters' Bank of Magnolia, Boarding house, had most
. The little girl, who las been the security against possible losses liithei the adjacent counties can also boast of
\ It) in broad for the following consideration, viz escaped, : closely and broken in. The
ments terms : all
or general involvingt sash damag
mto endured. New York, which has some good Corn .
The said William and Hiijjh take examined, and from her testimony, and those prott.dIor felds.J1g1sta
conclusions of law. It is your exclusive : agree; to : and suffered as much, from banking, w of the Medical Institution is irreparaun.
the circulation of said bank, and its who followed the ail < Chr7. & Sentinel. one of
province to determine the legal conclusions up / pay tl next morning, there is as any other ctate, is about changing her The museum attached, considered:
liabilities, \\liirh are represented by said no doubt that Indians.) It is system ulUIK July 24, 1838. U. S. is very
arising from the facts. For instance, a they were the and without granting or selling, in avery I of the most valuable in the ,
be "
Gordon to at this time, twenty-nine thou- largest of Corn raised
#' witness should be general opinion of those on the scout that loose charters hitherto crops ever I .
not permitted to state manner, itS that much injured.In
saiil! and fifty-one dollars, besides the sum of in this has been raised this
:: that a claimant is the "head of a (family," there were four Indians&one) negro concernedIn State has, by a general law, extended the county, seasonon
88 due for
$507 printing: nt New York, the plantation of Isaiah Carter from court of St. Laurnce
: ; actually settled, fcc, following the wordsof and the enid William and Hugh further the murder. A large knife was left by the privilege banking to all who comply with; county Ezekiel
;? the den one
agree its provisions. Bay seed. Mr. Skinner, the Overseer N. Y. on the 1 1th instant,
the law bnt should set forth the facts on Indians! in their haste to
immediately to put said Bank again into escape, which was orbiting
operation What are the provisions of that law t Dc- i states that the Goardsedd Corn will I Little was convicted of the offence
which he grounds such allegation; becausesuch'a nnd to conduct and manage all things recognized by Mr. Faircloth as the one stolen mwhich
Government State stocks not than 4 5 to the off his 's The manner
I posites or and average more or ears : tongue.
mode testifying substitutes the relating to said Bank without the use of the from his house last Spl ing- the point had been I wif was by
mortgages on real property, a? guarantee' for stalk, whereas the Bayden-seed yields accomplished his purpose
judgement of the witness for and name or mean of said Gordon. I
yours, broken off and 1 another one to suit their the faithful of the issued.-- both his bands,
pur redemption paper from 8 to 12 ears to the stalk. He also his wife with
allows him not only to determine the 'facts And the said Gordon and Brooks and Sto I strangling
poses better, ground upon the blade. This has been deemed by some new light from hermoutfl.
on states that he noticed on one stalk of the until her
but the law. A witness possibly conscientiously venson further agree, after enid Bank \. put tongue protruded bit
I may into operation, to divide equally between banking ; and Mr. Raquet, in replying to Bayden 13 large ears, 9 shoots that had he then seized it in his own mouth and
testify that a minor son, living For the Floridian.Mr. of Mr. Astor
some interrogatories important was
: with widowed mother the head said partner, the profits of Maid Bank, in all on the silks on them, and 4 shoots that hadno off a piece nearly an inch long. I
a -was of Editor-By an act of subject, seems to admit that the the
respect.., n. joint nnd equal stockholders, Congress, organizing system silks at the time, but he thought they proved that'she suffered intensely by ,
; the family, and in another case, similar in and establishing a Territorial GOT is new, but an improvement on the old tbat her
each party paying inc third of its 10&llCIIII, and would have time enough to make nubbins, operation, and it was obvious
point of fact, another witness equally i in and imperfect one hitherto existing. It is
eminent Florida, it is made
the 1-
third of
rccieving one the duty of and
from permanently
profit* arising ]
Mr. which would make 22 large cars and 4 tongue was thus seriously
conscientious credit
that the wid- good Raquet that
: might testify its operation.And the Secretary of the upon says a
: owed mother was the head of the family. the Territory "under ,the bank is able to operate successfully and profitably nubbins to the stalk Beat this who can. disabled He was found guily.
mid Gordon and
Brooks "direction '
and Ste of the Governor
: There cannot be a uniform construction to record and and whatever therefore adds to secu c The above information I give for the and sentenced to seven years irprDin
;.1w&:.l venson agree to give to said Gordon, "pre. f'rvo oil papers and proceedings or the I rily, and gives confidence to the community, benefit of the public, as it may b the the state prison.






The thirteenth it will be .- --- ----- ,. .
AM FLORIDA ot AugiiM. --
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Candidates for the
I RAILROAD. remembered is the day recommended inGov. COI\'cnUou. Tax Collector'* last Notice. I iVotioc. ,
75" E are authorised to announce the followin" F. \tA Y & DAVID C. WILSON
NPuisuanre of law, the undersigned will attend are my
,J \Ve are happy to announce the return Riner's Proclamation. I wi be NTfenilemen a Candidates fir the State I "one additional da r" at the new Courthouse I J attorneys during my absence from the Tf m-

TII"OM.HUTI.LR KING the a for Pensylvania in- Convention. from thtir pecti"e culliu. in and will transact business committed
tithe Hon. glorious day Tallahassee, on Saturday the 1st Septemhtr. tory, any to

President of the Bruusw'ick and Florida intended for the whole Union.-Huzza Leon County.Col. 1 I83*. Delinquents! not'.xpect farther them. J. .B. BULL.

. II. Washington Jas. D. Westcott, Jr. i indulgence than the time specified by law,at it cannot Tallalassec., July 5, 183R 48-tf

Hail.road Company, to his resider.ce at I for speciejpay; incuts and more prosperous Maj. John Taylor Maj. George WardGen. be granted by him consistently with hit offici,1dIH DR. F. S. BEATTIE

the Sand Hills, after a tout of two months tim( Leisjh Read Gen. Par ""'.ions. lIe therefore hopes and expects his his Proffs..ionalenires to the dti.I mQ'IBgBl e .gmJDr
Samue fltow eitizepn be in the OFFERS
khi to of
liquidation '
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and the
Southern and Western adjoining country.
through counties Thomas; Reynolds L. A I AUCTIONEER '
, OFTIIKSOI'THKR.N LlTEIxsi'R.vxcE Thompson Ksq.Col. $4emr Ll.Ie .
OrneI : IIi. office is on Adams Street corner of Clinton op. I'
of this Slate. We may now regard the AND TRUST Co. l II. \V./Braden Col. .A. ',. Gatlin The exuMi..:; Revenue ,la"\ s, Tequir" tax's to \laepniSon p > merchant S r. I II

and Gov John branch Col. or I'ed.re the 1st September in isvli and 48-tf
ment Wm. 1838.
immediate commcn : rapid completion Wyatt Tallahassee July 6th.
St. Augustine, July 9th, 1838. tvcry yra r. ,aa.Lza: 1D tc J Wednesdays & Saturday;. -.
this work Col. Rout. U nler Col. John G. Gamble
of certain.
important as WILLIAM. \ .
i In the "Florida Herald" of the 7th inst., j : Twenty Dollars Reu'ard.
Subscriptions to the amount of a million \ moment Gen. John P. Du Val Gen. Thos. Brown Tti Collector, Leon Co.August OR STOLEN fioin the Plantation COMPOUND:

and a half of dollars have already been I which has this made its appearance ; Dr. Thus. B. Wynn Major IJcn. (?hairesadsdon 1, 183- 52-tfto"tTcc. STRAYED.cril>f>r. in Jarkron County, on the ESSE..C.E OF SI-Rl/CB,

we perceive an editorial statement ( : 29th April, a BAY HORSE blaze fare, one white For .JTaKinff Beer,

obtained, and throughout the Southern I I in the words and figures following : County. HAVE ;esi and Western parts of the State and Western Daniel Utile John Cay ford I C"'alJIe.-AIlj' person holding my rtc'iJ'l; for trots well is about 8 or 9 years old. and marked II WADDEL
"Two thousand in notes of the Southern RANDOLPH & LEWIS
Jefferson U. S. on th* right shoulder. Th above reward will
of I County. notes or nccounts ran have the same hy apt-lymij, toMr.
the an
Florida importance nnrnc-t Life Insurance and Trust Company, Joseph M'Cants Esq. Farquhar Macrea 1\% iel C. Wilson nr I'> \Vm. fIiMinr.1? .-'. I b piid fi>r the delivery of said h"rse at my plantation -t Tallahassee, June 30th. 18J8- 47tf.
diate and rapid communication, SILAS II. COIJItTNE'z.TalIiicec I 20 miles below Mariani. on the Chipola! river -- N OTI CE.AL _
Public Auction
ollered at the
were at Daniel Bird Ksq.; John N. Partridge
Atlantic is apprecication, to such a degree Asigtist I't. l18.Notic. ._5'JtfSIX I STEPHEN RICHARDS. I L persons indebted to th,! estate of Daniel!
that in ordinary times; double the amount t Market House on Monday last, for specie, Col James Gadsdcn Col. Ahratn Bellamy July". 18V- 48-p'I G 'I'It dec. are required to make immtdiat
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and sold as follow -- wn k 1 titer da'e I shall apply to tie Judgr IVotirei! payment to subscntx-r..
could ------ --- -- ---- -- ,
of the necessary subscription readily $a oo at til per 100 lo1((. the Cmiity Court of Leon County for In.trrs !. 1V. Cii-pTrtnersh'p hrretf'f-rp exisiin under LOOCKZRMAN, Executor

; he obtained. 500 100 SIX Weeks from the date hereof, I shall apply of administration mi the estate Samuel // I Hod- I t thenimi'orSH'.WI & MADDEN, is this July |10th( Ih-id- 49.tf

I We cannot sufficiently rejoice at the 55,183-4. I the Hon. tlin Jnd"e of the Curi'\ Court III son, d(censed, 01 behalfof tin hir.s of said eMate I I il' iy iTissoIved I by muttrxl consentAll thoije har-I otire. S

flourishing condition of this national 1 000" -13 100" I..eoi County, for leave fo .ell the: iWl! e't.ite of niCIIARDSO.V.:, Jr. I I in! clnims-"ainst the said! firm, will pr'!ent this '.. ljrins generally I dieted and f'rltd'that

great At the time of this sham sale-for not James r'ar.I\Jeofcaid C'oiintv.dereasfd.F.I.IZX Aus _4, \\R'l lo._.___ s.ime f>r p.iyment, and all tiles') dm the said firm IT H'rcht T. Glif.son, late of tile County Ler n.
work, of such immense importance as it is, in believed BRYAN ..Idm'ix.uuus' l\"E" GOODS. 52-6\V'1 I will 'Utle their nrrotmtsith P. II. Swaim, wLo js in this Territory ditd without haying any lawful

to the whole country, and more a respectable person our City ; !I I I.-i-3.: __ ___ __ I-w; tiU r. 1I1Is"ntrr! has j just rei-ei\ed. per schooner duly auil'orizcd sfttle! the 1\ty1P. I heir. NOTICE i is hereby giteh, according ir the

larly to Georgia and I to this particn-// for a moment, that it was a real sale o Teather, L.iine, and Hair. U. Hunker: IIi;: direct from New York, nd nnm P. II SWAI.U. I siatuto in such case made and provided, that said
that dollar of such LEV A. :M \ PDE:, I Wn-ht T. Gir.ston: di,d at Shrll Ptint
a oj our notes owners Subscriber* have constantly on !hand a % opnnin a "reiierAl a S'-rtn goodins in ihe Co.
we will only say that the present cUI.Ct THE The b"sine will! I'prpafier; b. rnn'bicfd) under
present under it-at that time we were selling assortment of LKATHER.suit: ibefoi are Su table for tli*' seasun. l'ur1.erl are invited I of Leon, on ihe 2-'d July, JKJ7: leaving a personal
state of the subscription warrants the expectation freely Gin Bands, //iness, C irri.ice Tops, Boo's and to call and examine for th1 in e'ives.L the"I.lpn..ln'tmporp !TSWAI.M&CO.; I ectateappraiseI at about $iOQ. Said GIrrson was

that the construction the drafts at night on N. York at eight, Shell's. &c. Also a cons'ani < of LIME 1 and <-* for cash <>approved rr:dll. St. JfarkJilv 2. I33 49 3m alxmt feet tf inchct high,of light complexion and
01! uipjilv 'U ___ _____ _ ___ ____ _____
and on Charleston al four cent.We HAIR I for Plast-ring: : .111 tf wliirh, they ofiVr A. F. DUVAL.t. hair and supposed to be about i'S years of pge.-
Rail Road will be commenced the next pe low f rcash! or in exchange for hides, at their TallY"1l1. T811,111I 'e", .ill 2. 1>:3J. .VZ-tf Notice.jrTHIRTY His r&Il' :!oo", If any, are supposed lo reside in Ihe
have reducedthe
on recent intelligence days after date, ap .licntion will Slate of Nonh Carolina.
fall and continued with the utmost BRO\VN fcGALUUAITH.jri.ili .
practicable Florida Peninsula ICHilrond & StCHiiiISoat I I'
'bemad- the hIo.. Jude of J.ick-on County
>. rates of exchange.-, had also of- .>s rapillity.-Atlmralt \I Company.Mr.iriN I i Court for !'-av' to sell lan'N t'nlonjng l"' the pstatc July 7, IH.;-*.
I fically :Hh'ict the public our purpose \ollre. t I I (; oflhe Htockh.j ro Or th.FI.O- i I| of: Lf Vi Sills h, de--. ht" ,.1 c9i I f!.'nntvFI.I7.A 4'i-6w

INDIANS IN WAKK I 1:111A rr.MNSCLA I\IUROjn( .'.7NDNTiAM150AT lrI I. ...V'm'rx.MF.SSMiriT. A CAKD.
whenever the '
COCXTY I payments; ] t', \jtR. JIS..I: E: S. l l's-U4 i i. nvthnriedUP. !
n'IIIwrl my : COMPJN Y, will l-e I ,'It! illl'lr-1 J .\ 7 ru the
\\\ lear frol : \' ( on I : of .South Carolina and Georgia _/ a elt \ bile I am a veni 'r. mt'lieT rril..r}'. .iatII I' \umrs. UNF [ temporary
til I } s. n or by proxy, st St. ti'lp.I n th<- fiT n-1 JORDAN SJlITIT..1 S I s' iice ot tlic sutscii.er:: at St. Joseph for a
J\S.T. .
17th ult. )11: Wilde and f.imi\! of'arc'Conntv should resume. And we arc constantly; ..1"glht. I-:: 1.11'iCOMlS.A'otire. I'lf ilay in S' p "ml'rr' next, t">r (lie p"rp"'e IIf :te-'iii I! jf June rtOth a 182- 175wp'd few wetk past t. that he was improperly/ disrosing

a piesi" ':lIt it feint Dirt-c'irs, and trans'tctinii'li ff use his
the - ------ prt'p-itym possession \ ith
: circulation an
rl.idiJ'Ir ; our at re -- -- .
Okl'fnol\1 llrlailil1t present oilier .n,jiii ..' ;.1. liir 1111' ret <-f ti! <* ( '0 np 'IIV i \otire. jjoing .0 FI ar.I', c.llIian attachnent to be

Swamp; wrre r.iunli'ioi by dlll to :an inconsiderable part of our A. NY 1.r.ol1lla\-ill, : m/i'|aii oftlie City m I iy rfrpir;,: JOSEPHS. SAXCIIF.SJOHN I I 'I ,-uIJfl Hook of Accotinr of the Silcerier nri sit'-tt out a.a nst him, and the store and effects cf

\Vc are also ill(,rll'd, with tinsaiw capital paid in-that; we may; be prepared1 u. wdl: "-"u'I. 'I'.u' >r by I. avsng; r j-t my ,-\uRo -- : M. rO.NTA.NE., .l left in the htnrh! of J.V.-. CiiiMs! : at h"\ I tie: late I-idon. Gcrnrdm: i'ei! eased, of whom he i iadnvnutra'or j.
ll,11 : m. R. j. 11ACKI.EY.Votice. : A. .17 I RKKII, P'antrrs lIL'tp:1! : p'-rs-ns in 'i brd 'lirran. Irei i : to l IIC I levied! nnd closed
; upon by legal
source, tint: on the 1 1-lth ult. Mr. John to l pay .'//{'t'I", must account. for i .lIL. I, lr'<: 'L JOltS M.r IJANfOVAN Tf''" et"1 I to rail and "ettl!. hv n-.te or ,'herwi?. tIll horil). On b<.ing tnfurmrj t.f the occurrence,

1 Davi and f.imily in tin* *:ame it nol TO.I.AL'AII Z or their will be I"fr with: Jn 'i"' of the ,.
rl'.iril I our: considering! our triK' position( --- --- -- SV acc.Tints he fort's: t'.i returned toTaM.'ahassce, satisfied the
aUo I I Davis to discount the and i T1H M.\S rTLAS( I), :'efurcolI:""Mon. GEORGE: FH//ER. clnirn and procured a dismissal of the
vicinity, were : on numerous application ; prcccsa.
cl.tro.)1.. II' 11 I E (.
i i. vvcll knon, a".h:1 :, formerly rrpn* cn- : of r ;pol.ihl(' IILIZCfl.-tfJfjl Ir'"h"lllft' Ii tin fi.-mu; LKHWI I Ill.. TIl.l.INGilASTa i I I J.dy lOih.) l=N 1.tfRecei'er's -- hI': etofire, and the undersigned will be grateful open for

ted his Count\ the State I Legislature. turned to .'pc<'ir i ,11\-,1 l by u.: t i.il fii'-svnt, in fie, 1 Ifilh 1'1'! ---- ---- I For Sale. ., renewal the t".1\'o:4If of Ills cu.su mers.
.1 I 1 payments. ,J'lt\ laxAH j| vrMnis ulu I hiv<- rliiins a.ait.'I Notice. I O NE twnlore Jersey \\'a n. htin; on springs
No doubt} is t'ntrrtII'u at Waynes, 01 the ,morning oCthe\\ $/(1 )ale 1:11( i1 e linn \\ ill |1'1'1 --,1 til. in t.> :I.ft'w.th I ti' fffl ME S.I!.'! i' rr hi* in .' W.-n appoint-( I ri reiJL ;I A {I-', Two r.iie ln,rooe Jersey \V""on< Aifm'r. of I. F.GEUARDIN: ,

of the l'orn'ct\e'. of this intelligence and in the shambles of "the Market; ," a respectable I 1'l.;! out ; :i fl I till tho-c I lid: !' bled ill I: u..ik* j-avm tit *er ot the Court ,,ff'h\lIrrr\ the .lId: itn !'I June ) -14 W3I. IT. FRANCIP.AHKNCV Jon. 21. IR -m3!, Gcrcrdin 41, deceased.;!

has been t.[ I I.i'llIIJIII', In. I 1".1." n'tilv, alll'IIt.:' s, III. the HI:Irit in I'.r r.siOfn.. fl Rii-ev wife, 1t..I1' N. '
an express di'jpatchf'dfrom there, merchant of this City, di'connected r .MItMAl-.LLr.D\VllH.I M. A. .'lrm. llltl, l.rn-l ycivcs o i\f.n. to all ppronsinil' AT W.\-fIXGTOX CITY. -All persons bavin? claims against tl.a

tti obtain further particulars: and} to ll'ar; \titli the I Hank: -ollered I to come same *.'cd lothf tile firms of L & 'r. .7. .Jrmis'f'ad, : A. DICKENS. oftbe City of\\ah estate are rpqupsteil to priscnt the same for sette-!
:;: -\1 I It. LKDWITII:! c.iUnM.bu ill'-oc .. lit FRANCIS
:: t
I : ; reineI i the o'ntm'-nt helAby mPiitand nl*> !t'JlIs'' hntinir claims against the sab-
if any it.iiice' canllc rendered( from iliK 14 llwarll and J purchase) such t of our I bills as id! St.'iid, :>..1 ,\,1111'1.; a ltd iistortmcnt.ivhic'i o-and: oolc I. 4.I arcnnt.1 7rmisfrail or t'r: r.nt k, Co or ,"lhl'rwith.1r on flo e, bond., him l': 'r -\eral years in the Tre apj. s.iry and, WarDpartnentu > riber iinlividiiaily! and all persons interested in

COIt.e; are told tint a trail of f five i iI should be ollered at the :wl.tiol i l.i' will bi- able: to lurui-h liis c'l.s'oine.n .n in i'e'hci.i'c t" ihr n\pmcs dr-o' TP of the Court. has nndert.dicn the Agmcy Cbims said est ale are n-iiri'-d that at the Spring Term

I Iinli.iiHhasbecn; followed from Mr. Daxis's ; : \ : lrdtulcd received he: i i.--i (1'1 illS. ;: i. L.T..lld'I"c'g.I.I.nL nl]I '!ll\o utij'aiil;' will \\jf. forthw-'th put in .,ti.t: :I ), -tsrn! Cnvres e, and other branch' s Irthe ijovernnr I l I.n 0, of Ion County Court, Administrator
ifTIr :1XOT 1 I t jJCarriage f 'iLl
isle his
: ( anti ; U) accounts ami make his settlement
inrudin! { under tre sties, ,
tf f the lie wilo..n.1 !conimi>su'-ners
'11' II."r nn i ,.r'r.r rr.i'rr.' ntf -
.into the Qkefmoke S* amp and that then ':I in pavment. The :Auctioneer: refused 01 - -- i ''it nf d'l-t 1 duo in Giiifsden! r.ulln'in a f.v.iaya the \ ario'3 public! ofK.-es. He will attend tf> and pray A discharge i a> administrator according) to
A .
it was met and crord }by tr:1i. solaryo'and ftih or arrt'jif any not made il sp eicof : Iliriioss Ual..illg. to l.:mc R IIarri, E'q, CXnmiy, to whom all pr-- TH| ti >n clam -tl e procuring of p-- l.tw. F. G.
"THK i: ,1I1o..ni" h.-ixini l'I.a,1. the srrvi-
.] r : !:
I Iln.Icairnl: for hoNes 'lost
to illlicte ayment n.nyt\ <- indp! ; all! other< mti* ra'l! up"ntiu ortfur public in
a occupation: l which! : 1 h.t namedcommnditV Notice.
nUlfH jirobablvno'tin'dollar ([.a s 001 a h'il fnl Carnito ami illrll''il.lker, frum I.fll.eniltll Sa de.
in the si-rvi'-e -
: u"s"rit.l'r at Iii oJi.'c T\I:hl"f' es property troyd
the four 1 five hundred! ill' Nori.! savel < ,.ttlllli, f lends 'd{ the T AMES J. P.IRGE has p'a-H h'3 accounts in
ol Swamp by or in an hundred enters iltl, : ii a. J.i\:is: A ir.RT//F.LOT, Re<--r. I inv.iil i !I I, revolutionary .nd nnvv pensions e. Innds
Of such pul.li-; tint all: "r'ir rs I ir r. (j.ai rs &.< hh .!J l i.e p iiif.-; = ., r"i revo'uti.r-arv.t"T\ic. wh thr fur my f"r collodion with perempU'ry or-
I 1 liani. con e rumors as to a the I the present circulation: of tin City. No | uta.Iv and! .c t' ly ixrciiicd.Maddlery -Ju'y- tG- -. -l.- '''M- --51-tf- 'a in* larid<', w'l tlm rram.mu.tllOn.hllfl'ayI".rLounry drso pr iceed forthwith to settle! the in. Persons
numbers of the Indians j in the Swampcauuot attended the tended on j X-ot"ff'-- [ n t eTjainst indeb ed w ill: p!lease call anti make immediate payment -
pn ata.tiol York Done.K. the of Virginia the! U"j'f'(1 States
OIl state liS> :
'' Suli! <'ubi ri\rsn it f1 toh'" ft iVn-ls and to : I eitl-t-r, tu Charles S. Sibley! Esq ,or
be (!depended upon, 1 hit no d.mht tIl part: of the Bmk-ancl: the Balk emplocd I:. I B.CLARK.Tat'jih TIIF.' f t ri'Yiin :r't' ra', ih.it h*' has p inrd anr.NORAVINt ill c'aiins sn-win o-it of contracts with the cov- WM.\i.ftANDOLPII.

can remain; that tf Swamp i is I b\ no one to attend it. Tin* attempt :: >*o1"f'. 11r :;, i CH: ::-.'-f! : ; .<- CIIPPEI' PL.ITr.I'r..I TI\r. ernmrt.t or damages sustained in c-in >iijiience of I TtlIahaiseeJtinc 20tb, I8JS. 46-2m
-- '
occnJi(4 the a'tion cnniinrt of lhe'err.mf'n And in-
the Indians in considerable \Vohope IVoiice.rWlIin (' .ce i" tin! Town ,.f .L'linrGud"l'n! C"in "'. -
f\-C. to surprise) the Balk ;:nd i injure'its : to hear of Gen. Taylor; and the Mat lor w )hich m.iy n.'uire the uid fan .sent or at- : W. CALLAXVMY, i is agent to
happy0 my
5001 ('rcclit'e are tbej i 1.l'CcHII'\: : :\ YIrcl"r'\"ni I ) !?,.oIlhalII nor and) ilt I '
coin1'auie) : of this command, who by this I honor of this community: limited to a j HIM' '!I..rl'l f f ti.i- "pr-r i lilt on 1'ir: ..rHut'l| ; i'Ocki I Ii. \.4.p.BI niif 1.311'n. "Iaj.I ',(1a.1I h, Jlcrcintite ar.d I tornoy.HH .ell 'rp" will ho mod-ratP, depending! tip"nthcainoiintofthcclai all my bu i..e.s in M A.'ddle JIcNEILL.JuneTih Flrrida..
i.i -;.i-ij! "111.\0 y I" 1I"IIl.n'II'.IiIiol/ af the dlfireI Vi'i tin C.nl". &or. \<-. I
time must have reached the Swamp! ]; from fiw, anil, has si'jnally, : failed. *haitn ? nand, the extent of thc ser }$2$, 46-tf
Tlc I f :ir- iiiMny' | on urbifoie I tie IJhI; !lay f ( ..autu :ANo Copper, Plate: Prir.tinPX'iriiteil with np.U-
Florida.- ) li'Ad, I sale ojcud thin eyes ;of our npriirht and in-i; e't.Iy I. 1I"net J'ptrch-Sih'er pi,iteof c\description' i vices.MR. New Cloods.
Vis i known ofthose whohafbeen
DICK S; to most
-- : -- I diistrious the actual 'ii,!, :r n: tin Pr.ia'et' ami "irlrtor". neatlvon-'ra. nnd rpnu rl'd. irF'THE SlIbi'riber has just rccei ved S.hoon-
citizens to design ;per
; ; ithin the l-ist few who
From S/ AIwil'-lh' the schr. or T. I R.: BUTTON u :k'v.ra' TIJO.1.. srr.\TTO:. in CnnreOOil years, or Tusrawilln. direct from New ,'ork, an assort-

Stephen Sc Francis Capt MACJF.I':. arrived the actor<-to wit :-to depress our hills ":a--ciR.. R Olkc.) July: 42j '18":: -=d-tf _Q'inl')', lu' '2j,'S38 51if__ have' All IIcl'lIpe,1 letters;: 1 :'mv be pi.b'ic! stttiou. \V'.ishiiigton.. ment .,f Spring and Summer GOODS, also a few
--- mu-i paid.Ri
--- post
}; we received the St. AiiiriuiineJfrrtfWofthc far hfloir the t.ri..til. rates of exchange''';!] 4 ISrou;lit to Jail Tax (:Collector'sotirr.(. : ferences.-G-v. R. K.Call. G-iv. Wm. P.Du- choice GIOCtRIES.-J.xpecLt"d I dally; a further

yesterday 21 inst. from which and pocket Itf diffetencc/ by com full ing! flXtbe 10). h tn't. the fullowmg ]Negrte roIIOSJ: p<-rs'ininarrrdrs I f-r City Taxes pre- v.il, G u'. John P. Duval, Iaj. Jes'fe II. Willis. supply' per Scho'-n'T Cunkerhill.! Purchasers are
st and
call them elves.-
\ii.U"to I It-S3, wi'l ttVi roticf that unle'sthey requested to examine for
the tot he lose JIliLO 1 I 'In.yal. t'JI ll"ut..ofll ,'..lihtrualltl"'II. -.l April 2ft. I 183-J. :W-ly'r.
a or n F-
what follows: ilntrt'lt'Jil-/mf/ come forward foithwith ant I sf'ule.their an- Low for cash or approved credit.
I :> tV ct Ii inches hi I .Ia-I HOC, -
\ cents in that has I Ia Intf-ndant for thepurpose LOOK AT THIS! A LEX FQKMiY DUV.iL.
Army I learn: that one TV / / /MONEY boy about 'J7 yeir '.1! ";", light rllllllts will l-e returned to the
JUt'IC11Il'--'V cum-I ofbixing rx' cution is,"ed. There willUrod.Crimination. on Iht' r'ladleadingfnm Pleasant Grove TallahuasseeJune 15th, 1838.
been to be T fed 5 indies Booth
continue fought high.
plevioti: ) lOST
of i i. to he tll"i/ Plain Note of
Company Infantry witlllrHvl tl"j llhy I In-long to 'riiouia lr'*,ell. nl'.If' R. II COURTENF.Y.Marshal ), Ilantl, Noticed
Micklcr's I..ttiJ'Itnd / ( PAR h\ "rTal'ah"'ep. iriv"-n by Jim-'v C. Kirkl. nd, to ih Subgcrilxr or
from this ct1 '
The her
\ .al
1)O-t. Captainn Clal"a.lro\t., : aiin. owner is byie II absence from the
and the : of : generally.I July 23th lF 3... 51-tf bearer ('1' fifty dollars dated about the 29ti! o" DURING my Territory,
of mounted volunteers has been ilhalJitants FlnrilJ <|>i< si d to conic forward prove properly pay .' Kackler is my authorized aent.EDU'LV .
Company ', Hut for the an account of charges and l. them it w.sv. X. ri. My office is in the building fo-nrrly' oreunied May 18 8,and made payable the first of January W. DORSEY.St. .
ordered to Palatka. Lieut )J\s Company impression = ROBERT LLOYD. by MeRneny & 11" n"w orenpird by Mr. next. All p-rsons are hereby warnd from trading .
Marks. June 17th 1833.
U. S. Drogoon;, is to garrison Forts :: this sham sale has been sent to distant papers St. '.jtl k", July lOih. IrfJ._:'. ''l_ D. \Vilillll-Person owing taxes for lfl'18: nnd fr ad! Note, and J. C. Kirkland from paying it. 45-if _

for publication, ''u the object of im- Notice. arreii<, will save cost by calling andje'tli.neimmedjately. i P. H. MURPIIEY. NOTICE.
Peton and ::1n"on. An expedition is contemplated June 15. 133. 43Notice.
I I the credit of this institution abroad IX months aficr disc! we will present our s c- _____S.H.C._ _. SIX Months after the date hereof, wewill: apply
l by Lt Col. Harney, to scour pairing S the Honorable Judge of th
C.\1nte :ind oucs-rM l' the I lion. lh Judge of Four Hundred Dollars ILvardPROCLAMATION I County Courtof
the swamps about the head of the With- Ia\'e passed it by, as unworthy of tho County Court if Ci.ui; >d'n Couniy, and apply BY >TIIE Subscriber having erected a STEAM Leon County tar Letcets mi35ory rn the Estate

uotice.: I I EnE: explanation is i unnecessary to be diirh.irgcd from tin* Rrlmmitlatwn on the e'. I I, MILL at his pin cr, two and a half miles f.ast ofTallnh of the! late Chandler A" Pendle'on.! (
laroochee and the Oclawaha.We : : RICHARD K. CALL.Governor of the Territory will b. at all times
:i.-see, : r..ulv to supply p. KERR; :
I .
The sham sale lilt has had effect t t uf 'a'ilud' RJwad, dec -aM d. I
understand that it is estimated that any iACHKLinW-I : RS..ldmr'x. of Florida- with Lumber and Meal those who may f.ivor him R. Y. WKLLFORD: ,

there about 40f Indian warriors in ha. not assuiedly improved the circulation II'M. II. IIUBB.RD.7dmV. [7HEREAS 1)8 been rpre.sent.d to mo, I wi'h arplll! 'atlIJII1 G. GAMBLE. June 16, 18:3.: -43-Sivs. .fdmiuistraton
are ''V th it HUGH I I DUNCAN.confined in th Jail XehII1athla.! June_23.181 *. 4-i IwAN'rED.
creditor the issues it was $Oll .T 1'1 th. a IrtV-. f.l-Gm with I -- -- -5- TO PL.\ 'l'CRS.
the strong of the Okc-fe-no-kc ant -- _- ,Jefferson County, charged the murder of I
holi Coacocbee. to discredit.Newspapers. ( Committed Jail .It St. MarkusaRUNAUAY -, Ole Hines in s.ii'd County of Jtflerson. on the I THUS TEEN Sets Cast Iron Segments suitable
Swamp, by 'I that have published\ n Ngo Man, wi.o'I night of thr 1't'i' jus1, matte his escape from said A BLACK BOY as an apprentice to tie (n gear,arrived from the Baltimore 1 f, un-

It is stated that: recently a party ofGeorgia may ; says his nanv. X.IL'-'ii' .n
volunteers were fired upon by them, I I or noticed the "/UI1 sale of our bills, will tu Jiunrs McN il. .f Motit'omery :I in which he WAS confined. And tltltI.EK., ..tIl'rgru I TalahasseeJiine 16 1333 if FILER.45I June9U_

please do our foreign bill-holders and ourselves ('.tiiMiy, Al.lllanl1.1 .S .i.l u'gro is about man Sljie. the property William: Bur- NEW "rut..

and two men were killed. The %% hJIteretirel I the justice to publish this r of T fc 1 y inches high, and about 21 I 'I ars lieu, coiifiiud in said j'lilm the county af>rev.id, i I Detect the Tliicf.-S:OO Ucward. T TIE subscrii' have this day associated

I without firinc.FAYKTTVILLMNfC.. i cx/xtse _i ild; The IIwIl4'r"flic id Slaie is ivqticstc I rommiltrd '.n:1 cl.arge of burning; r.n,1 robbing the : irom the subscriber's : dt>le, on Sun- ih, msnlv tigetherund.-r the firm of

n ,! an abortive attempt to discredit our bills .l lo coup forward pio' \ p Iroaertv! pav charges dwelling h' u-.e of John Slaughter on the fr'i.tier in STULKN ht, the 13th J/ay last, a large likely Gamble & Reid,

( .) July' 25. 3.n\prof/l\\\ \ pa uit\it aimed to create. I\n'l 1 take him .iway. RUBKRT: LLtl YD, Jailnr.J..K ffei.son. Cvuu'y aforesaid, m.ide his Ciire at theNOWTHEREFORE t i bay horse, at the time very fat. three shoes on, for I the purpose ol transariuig business in the cityof

: I: ih. lfoe')'. 50.1 f \aI" tilll".. I i his right lire foot bare tong switch tail, and blacklegs Talilsa.ee.: .
llcsumptivn of Spccir AND RE W ANDERSON _ _ _
11.u:11.'he'nalci I --R-I.\XK--- in pursuance of law, I I (except sl.mewhn about his hir.d fet) mane They will have on hand al all times a general

: h Register i ofe> : al : Prc ,tcul. GonTal A- '.rtm"lIt of I'lanks printed on do hereby oiler repaid of Two Hundred Dol:ars a"tllllil, some small white specks ocraMoned by assortment of goods and will be disposed to serve

official notice( from the bank of the State, I ARTHUR REID, Cashier.SHIP I i: i. d lor sale at tOtl.c.! ; : for tl.e sappieherin and delivery of eicti! of said I i the colar! nnd a small whitesaddle: spot !n the left the'r fronds and ihe rubllupon the most favora- .
:1 gn \apr ortVndi! rs to the M irshal{ of the \fidille f District, of !I side of thc back bone .1 close observer will no- Ue terras. JAMES B. GAMBLE.
will and after Kxr-MiUons: Blank Ol..ls. I
that :
that Justices
il.titatiol on tlC I Suniiu Bills of Sale F'or'ul.i.orin' any j j.lil in tie MiiMIe! { District afore-. I| tie a small nick in the lower lid of his right eye. SAM. REID.

l "t rni-, orn" _
Snbp> }
of its liabilities in i and pcac? officers be vigiUui in the apprc- I works well in harness. Was taken with ihe horse
of St. ;Marks
payment specie. : \\ atstt, conizanres.
\ I __ __ -- --.--:- hen.ion oflhe said oTtndTS.Hugh i a remsrkul'Ie! bridle constructed for a halter to VEGETABLE
We presume that we :lal hear by the I I Ati. 7h. "lirisr; "ela, lorrdl21CharbMon. 1 tl.1 IIUI __-- Vr. & A.-C. &C. -5--- Duncar. about five feet 10 inches high, I I be attached to a laige brass ring under the throat, FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, ? .

acumail that the Bank Cape Fear has Md10 R. L II. B-rry, nnd oilier*. ---AnAlio. dark skin, black hair and eyes, thin vissagc, and i and one of the same snIt on each cheek, though by certain and lasting cure for ibis disea e. For
I I Cleired Jiisr 9th, Brig Lua, .Mone'l' for St.Josi11i Have the honor an-lcatisl.irtion! announcing nlj..ut thirty ynrs (IIJ. wa ('ri -inally from tile I this tin the shoeing and bridle/ nay be changed. A sale by : :
fued on the same day; fn resumption, as I and Mobile( with the rem.iiuJer o1Ir car- I to the fri ndsof tin- [).tJc Institute of Flnrda: lower pail ,.North Carolina. And s-nid Negro I About five inibs' ofFthae thief stole a common noi them i WADDEL. RANDOLPH., & LEWIS.TaTahissee. .

both h have only waited the action oflhe I >' that the uoik is p-ogrr-ssmg with r.\erj 'bopeof, suc- man Slave i iLl about five fett two or 1111" inches made .saddle.' Was missin* from the nei,h- I April 14. 1338. 36

Virginia and other Northern banks and ,I J'- __ cei.. The coniiimniice of our Indian. dilficuliie.si h'gh, thick set, cpiiie black, of a forbidden countenance II l boa hood at the same time, a vagabond, named Jordan JOHN C. J A GOBI_,
I I TWY Eaie nuih<'ri/.ed to uunoun'o GEORGSVY i!* the primary reason why it ha* nOL linen br-ugbt I a down I h ok, and when adds:st-d' seldom Godwin, low, chunky marie,somewhat stooped
U is now understood that they have fixed i iI I WALKER: E"I", of P<' *.lcoa, as.i randid.itc in the consulLratior) : of Congress this oe tlilln. Tnat lo""! up. I or humped shouldered., dark complected can't It oka fIIt4T PREl\ttu '

I on that da '. i ti represintlhc Wi-nleru Districl: in the Territorial p.itnotir and enlightened body will doubtless view Given und.-r my hand! and oeallh:" 19th day f |>ers>on in the facesteathly has a peiubar grin or Cabinet Chair & Sofd. Maker; ,

We congratulate readers heariJy I' Senate. _______ __ -- it in the light in which it has been viewed by the July! I38.: R. K. CALL lau h, Inti motion with his hands and shoulders, I Of New York.-late from Columbus Georgia\
our most I J J .UI E A. ifll-'cting and feeling of the nati -u, iS a work ol' Governor of Florida.. and a small scar on his upper lip; he i is fond of RESPECTFULLY.informs
on this event, and trust that it is but : \1{ 'fiii ire autbori/'d t'i annrnuco. as a candidate: to immense u.dolne..charily. and bt-auty and altogether -- -.- drink and ptiy gambling ; though lie cannot be ,4"''.' ._ the ciizer.: of Tallahaj ee,
BF-RRHELOT, Eq Steam Engine.ntere'l .
the forerunner I : wonliy the patronnge of.1 great ami magrianim'US ; called He L5 1'5-T-Jf. 1 and of the of Florida I
intemperate man. frequently uses Territory
of of that "f f a very -
a Uisiri-t i
return !
I biiiHVienl
pro per- the M.dllr I J Judicial IIf.la nt ENGINE, ot to
I n-ent power
I j (| nation. Whnleter nzsy' be its i issue and lots and inI that
the word be'
A goles, generally hIUrc
leii Leon JrJTer1.0,1 ;- godhng _ ,
which oftbe'onnieo.fGid' drive two pair Mill tnallll fur or t five
ity no system of misrule can long comjiosfil; I fallow c'tizcns will belit-ve mt. when i ,
Senatorial, hope my I I hs; WilY ul nua'uring quantity. His cb-lhing is t-' ez riri rnianenilf located bimjelf
banish from our countr-Oh.wr'Jr II.im'lt.n' ard .Madison, in the I say thiit it i in the honor cud hnppill"'ilof my felI .Saws ii c'llirt-d; Ir *aie upon reasonable terni"- 'nllt' well rememberedbut thiuks he wore away a ; M { In the City of TalUhassefr, I

.. I I";a I'II of ill1 next Legi laMirr.I'K ____. __ __- I I.w cn atures I am s eking, anti the adtanccnientof I Should il hat be sold in two weeks, any person i i while hat, siriptd roundeoat and pantaloons. H: 1-_ I for the purpose of manufacturing :
-- -- --- I I'. wishing to put up a Mill of Bnv debCiiption, in any -S S "
!:: \ I iiic aulhorr/J-d: to l'IIOln \)1 the bc-tiutfic-sis nf my country. | was pursued 10 yimericus, Sumpter county, but it i CABINET WARE,
Sl' It is stated in the can Iia e first rate olTer. For .
P.\nxc EC 1C.- sertis country, : a
Your I'tllow C'nizrn.
UU VAL., E"I': | .'" a ('I.Ioale to rfpit-seut lltIe | is thought he was protected friend's'hcn he ,in all is branches,, and as-
:Boston Post, the four Balks in that city I us''"I act in tie '1'.,.iu..1 .Senate. I J. A. L. NORM p.trli.'nlar nquire of W. It. JONF.S.Coaunbus ,I leaves th'-re, it is likely he will go to Alabama, the publicthatiti'll be thom I:
50.3w to advantage
\ ; d'a. J" 14lli li-3 suns
-- -- -- July : 1f':1'. r.i-if iie ,_ __
-- -- Pi'
i iI I
-- I citizens in
which commenced to pay specie simultaneously \ ; WK: < authorized L' nnnounce D. nri. ---- -- ___ pel hap> Mobile. wish all good this by giving orders here instead of importing work t
\ J1
; of I..mll.f'I in
NOli The 'IUSCUDI States to be vigilant trying
adjoining ,
wilh those New York have \' J> eaidiI.te, to r-pre'enih from the north, as the style and worknunship will
of K I.K
FORO \ ,
'I' the Hon. 1'ItATLJJLISCIENCE:: fc ART, I will
IX 'eksanrreat' shall apply to FOREIGN I.I :: I I to bring kuch a scoundrel to just i. give be excelled in thlt
received in the regular course of business I: t_ I eddt' I liMrn-i m I. thp Teniiori.il; 1 Senatf.K I II lilt Jaisge ufllll County Court of J t flVr.M n. for published! (\I'r)' month I y Liietll & Co. SlChiMiiit the above rrward for the said Godwin and Horse, not Those huMe by in any wantof furniture United Stales.will do well, ;

more specie than they have been called I ;tI \ : iMithotued 1 aunoiiiire JOSKP1IW. ': I Ulurs of administration on the estate of FanjuharMai Street J'h ladephi.iritt' |( : six dol'arsa year or one half for ei.her. not to order from the north, as the subscriber will

; HANNKR.MAN: EJ.: as a candidate to rr j pe.Si -rao, late of said county, deceased.! payable in advance. Distant i subscribers are re- JOHN W. IMRKWELL. be atle to supply all demands tho shortest no-
upon to pay, These four Hanks are the i lt Leon CV_ nlvin. thr I ffxt I l.cgisiaiiv Coumi'. T.DM'D: B. VASS.A quesit-d lo remit a $3 note on account. 10 miles north ofHawksinvitle! ,Pula,ki Co. Ga. tirr. upon ,

Merchants, Columbian, North, and Hos- ;-. I: a -"ihonzed! l-, announce' Cl/.IRLKS I July. 2 1"I'f, B. __!l.ti\ With tie bear '88bngns: : the Fourth Volume Jllly. :t. I IS',8. 50- 4t References.' -Gov CalJ.R.J. hackle7' Loch.
r' u -
t. tflij.I of A new edits, cdiiplcte ttd vfhi'h; run be furnuhed :jI'hs: following papers will p'ease in-eri the R \V. H.
ton. S. SIP.LIIY. I Evj., &s a 'andl'ltc! u> iej rt- ej man, Hayward, Capt. Brown,
Cuuii' th next C..uii'-iL I irge quantity nf Vfry excellent CORN ;/< lit Two Ibl'arH vobunc in numbers, or al o\e three or four times, and lorward their accounts A.Alston, Col. II. 'V. Braden, Wm. Lester, Capt
-- --- -- LI in
fit ; .II y Two Dollau 1111II.lllloll I otlnd. Till'l'PW Series I t for p"'nnllIlThe Standard of the Union S ,
,1" (IlTet cal for wile l in bits tip suit purchasers, at .avmus.
PHILADELPHIA. July 23. I K: arc autliorizt'd to annO...* Dr. 'ftAln-I : I an extremely !low pi ice, by a gentleman who IS de- i is legun tecau>' we are no longrr able lo supply and federal Union, Millcdgcville; Columbus papers -S

BA.XK CO V TIA General % y rT WKLL: :11 a candidate, to mwcM-ni! Levl xirous "fh-avinz.. city, as his engajf mcnis eall! orders for ri-rrpV-le sots of the old. JV/obile, Ala papers; Inwinton Ala., (if any); New Notice. I
CONTENTS OF THE JULY NUMBER.: Tallahassee and I St. Augustine Flo- subscriber will continue
the bun rKewheri Orleans lien; regularly to run
& the 13/A County let CUlncil THE
o nf August- If _P 'IEt.I I'. S.-He also wishes to sell two NI'rtJ1 n, L'fo of William Wilberlore, by his\ sons, papers; and those in the Cherokee section of this horse Stage fi cm Quincy toCh tahoo- ::

The Bank Convention as cmblct in this v\. "V P*|F. .IC auth.rll.1,1 tip III"'II"C of good rhi. racier-Hie one a BRICK ..\YT lithe 1disiatur1s: Review. Stale. As I dont )know them All by name, I wish chee, which will always r fsave immediatelyaficr: .

city (Philadelphia) yesterday, 12 Tim /f M 'RAKNYas a rII.t! le C..unil.to n pr"l11I. other a J.\I TI.:1t & GLA'/IHR who is alsoa George IV am'CXueen' Caroline do all and every one ihom.in the CII compass expre.-sfd, the arrival of the mail from Tallahassee. lie is '
)1 .on County in jnnut L" II.tIVc good house servant and co-olnnHi While's Vi w> riiid Tours among: the Himalaya lo publish as I\loe\"e requested. J. .W B. als? prepared to run a four horse Coach, whenever '

place meeting was at the Hank Pcn- VpI': I ar?auih.->ri7.dtaiiii'iuu,-e hTOCKI I ICYNrY [DJ'Kmiiiirr at the H\ of the 1'lanler IloUl.Tall.diHSsie Taii'a Magazine, Notice, the number of passengers arc such as the two horse : 1

sylvania. SAD1UWY, Ivvq. as a -auJidato lo reirescni -. July 'Jl, I6IW.:: !o.uf Lane's Traushtion of the Arabian A'ights, weeks after date, I shall apply to the HOD. itdgC cannot conveniently carry. lie will also fontiniie I -i

John B. Morris. Esq. President of the <;:,1.1,1 CuiHvm the Sute. __Cttiivf-nlion-_ I, -. -- S pt'c later.Roiideulx. SIX e of dIe County court of Leon for loiters to run a four horse coach (rom Quincy to :
NO'rICE. Translated from the French bv.inistr.iiioii on the esateof1dar v Gaven, late Bainbridge, at which place it will meet Ihe line' of .,
Mechanics' Bank of Baltimore, was ell'ctec *"tTt/K" nn- :'.'t ,ori/.J-;';' <-e J (.NATHAN I LI. persons itulfbud lo the estate of Dr. J. Ex aminer. of said County, deceased. Stages from Mobile to Augusta. Passengers'- -
President of the Convention and ElihuChaunce x// ROI'.INSON( i I represent . Cd\ ill Slew art,tie...on book.iccuiini or otherwise Al r. Carl ye's I,clures. do A: GAVIN. ing their seats at Tallahassee will haYBRUNSWICK the.pfefer-

; Gadsdcn: Counly in the State unlio.i.arc are requested to call and di.scharge the same; Mr. Linter's Life Clarendon, Spectator. July 18ih.; 1838. 50-3w ence over all olhers, cxcept those coming on in! the

Esq. of this city Secretary. DuncanBaker. nnd all thoae having demands will present them Homeward Found. do main line from Mobile! to .iugusu..
: auilioiiy.el i to atinouiice
The Banks of the ( States were /I candidate to repuNcntthe .. !fcr settlement the subhcriber. Jonaihaiana Monthly Chronicle Noticr.THE The stage will leave Tallahassee every other day
letters of Ad-
following 1-Vi as obtnaied
I JOSEPH UIC1L111DSON.! Jr. Adm'r. To Child Blackwood's Magazine. having at three o'clock A. M. and arrive at Bainbridge
a at
represented, either by delegates or by letter yf (;.&I dii in the Convention- upon the estate of Henry Howard -
C'Hinty _
July 14th 1838. 49.trNO'rIC" The Somnambulist Tail's MagazineA 3 o'clock, P. M. ; And returning, will leave Bain-
binding the institutions to adidc by are authoriz'd toannoun'-e K.CARRLNG-: Tale Grninmarye Benlley's Miscellany deceased all persons indebted to said estate, bride the next morning at 4. o'clock.

the demon of the ConentionIassa WI TONC.\BKLf.Bsacaudidatetor pieseiitJefferson Oliver Twist, -.with an eftgrnfing) do will please make immediate payment, and those JOHN M. VARN-Ageat.
the within
TE heretofore existing in them the time
Co-partnership havin will
do claims present
the State Convention. .rk the Afuinniiido)
cnusetts rouu'y T among Notice. "i ;
Connetkut. _
Rhode bland, Pcnsylvama name efSTE'V AItT BARNXRD, bci..g The CompllCt.eV Monthly l\1agaz.iM prescribed by law. A.M.ALEXANDER. subscribers have
Delaware, Maryland : are anlhonzrd and requested to UI'IU.Ulrr diixolved by the death of the senior partner, all A Long While Ago do St. Marts! July 6, 1838.48trBronabt THE from just by 3choon
Virginia \ Megunticook, Banger, Maiae,
II make
Kentucky, and Mi&ouri. \ 1fjr. L. Taylor*'a uU.llate persons indebted to the firm are requested claim will To Una, with a Shell, Dublin University Mag. to Jail 30 thousand (t best ettar Boards, M 42 inch.4OOOO .
i the the next Legistalivc immediate settlement and all having
After considerable 1 County: II The D&Q hter'* Request MetroplitanThe On the 30th 'Jane, a dark Malaltoe No.Pine sawed Shingles.5OO S
debate M to the pro Cuuodl .ic'tf. please present the tame. Partner. Blacksmith's llama Tail'Magazine BOY, about 15 or 16 years .(f aga; who BbU choice Lime. *

per and appropriate day for a general resumption June 1.3 E. BARNARD.1P38.Surviving 49-lf The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh says his name is William, and that he All of which they offer upon reasonable terms,low
._ ___ -- 7I\\I1.1llil'e July Hth, Dublin Uniyerstty I&gazine Tallahassee
the following resolution i beongs! to James Lewis new for cath. TAFT, HOLT fy CO.
was unanimously Atiriiitstrator'sSaIC.H'ILL Notice, Dr. Marihman Friend of India )The owner of said boy is requested to St.Mark. July 6. 18. 8 48tNotice.

adopted: BE SOLD to the highest bidder,on Wed- the absence ofthe subscriber a por- Irish Reapers Tail's Magazine coma forward, prove property and take "

Resolved, That the banks iu- day the 22d inst. the l household, kXchrn furniture DURING the. notes and accounts of the late firm Hymn Spring do L him away. .

in this convention reprcsntf &.c.,- belonging t the ci ate of J. E. tLc wart, of KEEK. & STURG ES, are left in the hands of To an Idiot do J JAMS A. NEWMAN, Jailor. PERSONS indebted to the.abserib on last
wi resume spece pay- decrased. Tho sale to lake pbcc! at IIIe I late rceidence. Mr. JAMES KIRKSEY. All persons Indebted Jicci do ThomMvUIe.TfaomaiCo. Ga. July 4, 1838. 49 art requested to call and set

menu on the August next, and will make lo him.P.tTLtICK. KicboUs Nickleby NicVleby Pa pen tie without further delay.

recommend.that day for the of. By order of the Administrator, I please payment KERR. fight with a Lion Waterlon'i Nat. History PRINTING' ofevtry description, neatly WILLIAM CENTER

the banks adoption R.J. 1CKLJVuC! n. Tnllaha,vf July Mih, 19,3w Subs,-ripl ions received by S. S. SIBLEY. executed at this ojtce.. Tallahassee, July 7; 1838 484w

generally, Tallahassee, Auj IOthII \ 4 -S

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re-xvhjih, boait of vegetable mgieJ'n uk, the I if .- -- --- -- -
; -_. S Ii 1 'abU and c. niain, --
-- --- Tills are purely and SOLELI eg '

: AdminUtrmtor't Notices.AOTICI EDUCATION. CominiMlon House, New Orleans. NOTICE neither Mercury, Antimony, A rbenic. or any other

MAHRIRI) genIem3nand graduate of the'' LONG & GK1VOT, I & LL those indebted to the siibscnhtr' will please mn inesal. in any form xhalevcr. They are enlirlycoui

:. A I'niVi' rsity ofGl gow, Scotland, long experienced themselves nt New Orleans .t come lorward nod liquidate their norounts, [ ised of extracts from rare and powerful plant, ct. .. IDINCS

SIX month* after dtc implication will be inede in the buiinem nt taitton, and accustomed HAVKrstablitlud of Commission, Business, t ither by cash or notee.-No intention of pressing the xinuesol which,though long known to several '01.0

tbecoaaly coartof Leon county tor letter to lead the nreo.uatory and unHergrnduate coors and .olicii the pairoiingc if their friends and the the parties is contemplated, but simply to get a aettlement Indian tribes, and recently to some eminent plaitaeutiral /
of diimiision ftom ihe drnini.tr tior. of the estate befere the business season recotnn.ences.R.J. ) chemists arc ogetber unknown t.* th- I
for and members of the
ci uith candidttev South public, to whitti thrv pledge their best set vices.Air.17 mn ,
f Dar.nt C. Cian. i:. P. QUANT, Adm'r. Carotin* College, wishes to locate himself pei rna- 35-if HACKLY. igiiTant prelciu'er' to medical science ; and x er \
June $Jtu6 __ _ 3d-tf
nei tl v (at the t xpirati 'n of the pre -nt ytar,> in ithcalihy JUST RECEIVED. April if, 1_ .:::8, _____ never betore adnuuislered in s>u huppily ifilcaciouso

\OTICL. part of Ii.rtda l a* I'lincipal of an aradcmy NOiIcL eonibin ui >n.

mon'hi after due pplication will be nude or C.flce. Ilk l hady ha* Jt voted almost VO ONE ) ) OUNCE3FreucJiQiiI- hereby given, thai I shall presi nt my accounts Their first <'p
S SIX the c.'Uniy court of Lc 'o routitx lorletursuf ears to thai arduous duties of femnle education, -bu'phate! Acetate nnmll um mile olMor IS and vouchers as ndmiimuator of the es ate ol of the stomach and bowel, the var ous imj'Ur tie-

diemtMio'tfroin tin Jmniivtratioii f tl\c < slate and I intcniU to make it thfl I>USIIICK\ of her life.llrfeiencr .- l | bine, and a tttlI mat ass riinei.iof Fr< n< h aim SimuelS Ciiristopher ifeeeased, to the honorable! andciu lilies cons.t ntly s ltii! {f aroui.d them ; flmtu

of AM II Jlh..e E. 1'. GU ANT, Adn.'r. I *. for (-olnp4'Ii'Icy and character! c.ui begii C'glish Clu micaU. 'l'welv.l.ilmoui V Medtemr Ju-lgt: of the Cnunty Cnuil ol L'ou: County, at remuvr the hardened faes which fot.ci-t m i ih

June V 4tmt! > < n to I.mrnrv t nilU-inen I HI South ("arolio.i ('Iii s s, and a I.-xrfje supply nl Diu -*, Mei.iPtlfumoix next spring tcun d .said Court, for my final settlement convolutions, of the strait mtesiii es. O.h- inttlinmH

Ac. &rFor .tle l Iv l ailniinisualion. cii n-.o lhe-e. an sni
: o lICE. and Florida. Lttei t aidlirssd to H. L. Ki'monda mutt discharge Irom l oily pur.ially

M A. Y rnvdle, :>, C., w .11 meet with immtd.atcnt'rtiti. \\DDLL, I.1OLP11, .V IA.11lS. ADAM W1U1CK..VayOC ollcei d ma-ssos behind, as in pr dnre habitn.1rost"uenes

SIX months aftcr date, 1 hall prcient my nc n Mi> 19 41 I 42mG with all: iti train oT exils, r.r su-Jd- dianhoea
find xniichrii' IK the lion J ml the .
grot xxith its imminent das gers. The si ct.n'
County (j.iiui (..r Qi>'Jcn* Coin \ and umily 1r NoTTci:. BOOT it sui : MhUFCTORY. HOUCK'S PANACEA.xaiuab'c' mediA. e fleet ol tinVi getahe! L'fe Tills it lockn the kidneys

ft final discharge from ihc adiinni ui rihip ol the A T lh first Term of the County Coiittof Leon y llir.s.ubscnbe-iepectlully mii FRLSII I Mipply "I tIme ubovc and the b udder, and by this ni :ins, the livein

estate of the Ute William (JillH EVVAUr
.I1C11LUAI.I) 1II, Jr. accounts and \ou hur and apply} for a final 4 'M.'C niiil viciuix lh.it In-! l.a.scuiiiineiiteJ JS'l & 'k peautls uin the ue4ul it icy of the nniary orgnns cont'iieniltd to !Ii' pi.bhc as lfcided' re.

JlflUstI1I(,. Mttleinent: anti disrhufre iii llxccutjis: of the CD (lie m II uaC.rug "IJ'.oot.s 1 May !i.r. 42_ The I 1'iod, xxliu h iak s its re-I to lour f. nun the .ugen- p. rir tt, any 'fi'bin' tiun f n ..t-Vine! e erffferUJ

May 1'?. \\BM. 40-4:1.1__. taI tt of 1'rurv \ illiani", d cca't'd. j jUUfBN I .1 tat hois in tln it city, m_ 31 uii.lui LEON SLP. COl'KT.At cy of the liver mid the Innijb' br-fore it passc-.s int to the Amt-rcit' p '-pi'The pr<>|.ri>.or of| ilJpilK "

I S 'H CIIXIUKS. I L 1!y ojbliS| <- th- store ilFici i gustna' AlMim ) Sum's ad res. in As>'t fi r $700 the h-u't, bem:; tiuis; u jUirili'-'! by thfin, an I nonr'shed I eii'a re.'iitai bred Thv.stnan.anJ btrin'

month nl cr dale application u ill beNOTLCE. in.v'c TOM rr/mi CIIAIUUS J 1 c'l & C.M.k, on .Ifunn-e-si t wn- ( lieispn-pni- % '1 (1.1)0. Att.'h mr S:t:3oo,:i isMiry loo.l ro.inn Ire u a ( leaii .-tonai-I h, courses, F pwlic'dhn pn If" on -xtti.siti>:'yfi.rinuDy ye'r,
SIX h '.'8. IKW. :U Cm'* line bumn- 1 1. U S Max1UH.: rut'b.tto Ni.veiuI the art if the in (!itte tni elm ate*, i* ei.aMeit. t.. < tier
the lion, Judjjc uf iiie Ci unty Couit utL. d to manufacture .i!U! ait. Je-in tim 01 ss I Thomas ret u freily through xit'nii, rfnc s exny 't tot ., ffl,

J oa County, lor Icluihol di mi'>".>n fioni ih i) < J- eli e da-good Ui ikm'n in his en-pit: :nd xxill *% aii.int I : I.erTerm, I8W.TE : systcia. ant triumphantly inounis the buimr of trd tnxnl d a moliein' .-n the etfecu tf wLklik"i.s
sIlUL.IU.I. $ of tlio t-Matc ol lli/ekiuh Water*, t I I laind!. isi i oJ i I jic'-ii'ully intoims the \\iiiKtobotioiieMn tl.c bit manio.: niidatiea iU: iViuiant; in.ptd a>e ami all otl.crs u.icrestitl. health in the Uioonnn*; elaPi ik. willing ho iisk his nputrttK.n.

> i will take notite ot time! mstituiu-n of said M.I. Tic tIowmn.t tit* amon the di tressin xnr etyofliun.an He Toes ro' pretend thai ih'y are a
*1 ot s.iid Ci/unix', oVc."l.UKUY. iiI ::iiittik ol Lr n aiul .iiij.i 'cut counties, that he has | i <.e ; : poiitn.cuic .
Hootsfooit and other done on eciom Hitaclmiriit f _umitl.cy ;.re rt(p.'ind disease to wh.cli the Vegetable Lift Tills or evtn I enehci t. in f ve.y ( !
U -lisa
W.Mav Adm.'x. I ui.i.io .1 It< ap|><.lntcd 1)\ID C'. I II II SON his i i.Itoi n<>yuik.il I repair.ig y us ornpa510 but
12. IS.ld-: 40 'iuule T.V.. IMi's patent Cotton (TIllVAI'UUS. I iLOuatnij tciais. !Lat o npp ar a 1141! j lead to I dcilaranon' tiled t" -*>a ilcasr aie cll knoxvu to' be infalltalile : he m most firn.ly tielieraih jut all Ji eav n where auirihartic

NOT_ f C K._ I ) I He u |ii SlllLEi I will be found tar eri-.r to
cx.xiniiulor thvin clvis. April 28. InS?. 3vlf made and pros idtd. C. S. and seiond biomaihs, andcie.tting a flow it pure suj any of th"se drastic

SIX ir-oiuhs after dEe: application will be made C. F. CLABAUrt//. -- Ally for pltff. iiKalihy bile, instead nt the stale and acrid kind ;- I purtjatixe mJicinf s which tire so much puffed ;.
the tIt.n.Juieoi'theCuuity Court oi Leon I Ij DRY GO o Isli ) 5th IS.6. :'9-tf th public prints as purihe.sof the b'ood.
Ttllli.t'ie. lZIti. 21ifiIISDENStJP.GIJUItTMJi.DIST __ __ Flatulency, Pn of the hear', loss of jpp H fn
for letters ot tlisiu.Mion trutn tie administration -
County ivt d amil l I1 taken net:onling to the ilnecMon! ; arconih.
i ii SuLv nber ha just rtc is noxx I'ENsAcoIAINsIuN ti e, lleari-burnaiid lIe.id.ichoILstl9'4i1e'S, IIIUmpir -
I'reux. Nte of said :
of the estate of Pi aucit II of DRYGOODS m they arc htphly bne c-al: in the
opening eneial asboitnunt
n '
nnd huh
Anxiety Langour Mel.miholy, xx prevenhja
county, dcceaneJ ClIJKLES Hf.CKSTKlN, Itt: cIi term, 183S ; Te wit : March 7, 1S3S.Li suitable foi ileA M NEW CITY OF PF.NAC'I-A. aie the general ..u ol, Dspcn.sia. will vanish ;; and cure of Bilious Fevers, Fev TDi.pcpiia
April nh, .8113: -?8 lim Admr. H. Jon ) fHHIE I Miliviiber having ptticl.aseil the l< jo* a'n! &yinpt !
ilelmry > a* a natural -i.ns quence ol its -uie. Costixcmss, I Iby Lier, Complaint-, Sick head-
-FiTi : \s > In Chancerv. A few case of fashionable H VTSdo .M. furn-ltire ut I hiw.. ll knownstablishm' nlfr.'in
cleansing the whole length of the intestine* with i he .Jaundice Asthiii.i
I Mr. the lat-- tur will be Dropsy Rheunialiiin.
S P d Th..in.ts Tay or, proprtf ,
ay do BOv)7'SHuES.. a supeiiorar.icleA -
after 1 I littfl mak to a sulxcni and xxithoitl violet.ee all \ioleiit
mnth* itate. returns prtK-es", ;
SIX honoi able; Com t Court .f Je1( i S1 county On: motion of con'pla.uant's; olicito-, l li axe n few dvzon pans ot Ladie.- I'm.Kid Si res. to reeene vii'ors by the l 1st of April next.Nameri'U purges leave the Lou els costive vulhiii two days. Enlargement of the spleen, Pe|[

and >ly to the same)for a disrliHrgc from' tnedininifttiation granted linn t., file his ..mem'ed tul'', and ex'' ib-i in \\ >t. II.ly FKANCIS.M ao'l, costly mi| roxcnii'i t will b' fourtlm I I| Uiarriiu-j aril Choli: raby remm mr tIII -lien' airulI Cholic, Female Ob.struclion-, .*, Heart-burn*
ep this Cause tie onknown luiis of Daxidl lOth ic3.;:{ tf the arran;:' no i ts and accommodations! of llieMani' I
agaittt -10
i 41% the e ta.c of William G. T.MoClcll I I tlu.di, by xx hula th'J>e ci mnjd.'IsIs ure occasioned, NaiisPti, Furred Ton;: mc. Distension of the
l riiom.is, ticviasid, m.ikii: I iheni n pni I) 11 i In* suit, 1 >ii I luu'e. New and morecMiiiinnOiuu* Bali. -
cf Mini t'ecn nl. : : aml by the lubncmve *ecret "n of lie
n late until f. protnot.ng Slomach and Box Is
'and xxilll'L butt and [bath will bpr < f Frrfjnent Di.irrhcea
11. YOUNG .vcri.ULLAN. it .i iji..ar.zag) tit I lay >-a.is1aCtlt.' of the court thai FIFTY DOLLARS) ItCWARD.AflGllAELKlLLALA I imHoue> waim muciu membrane.' Feser-.sZaII k nd-, by ie-storng ,
the l said un.inoxx n heirs J>J not ris.de in this TuniU -' i iv'nli i at all hours. A stable ill c atuci.ed to t F'-itulence' (labitunl Co.vi'np{ Los
ihe blood circulutiou. the ofappetite.
Adinims' raio. h..k.iu. UI>l the G id1TJL ,- io a regular through pn>-
>| the I lloi.se xx itli good ac omin,iitI tOll for l.omi S.IIK!I Blotched
11 1 y c o ss ot < in some caw and the ll:ormi h or Salloxy Conijilexion
Winon .pirHtioti ,
Mount April id rod tint len Coii'Uy JH' on th.s mstan>. 'I 1 he .mm'I hniM'b ami will be pri ,
I It I is, tl.eipf'Ti.i < publication l t'e tnide e.irriasjti. FITM rate can lages 1
TIC K. month- 1 KiH.tla is .sn Insl'in.in, .inil s:" aks l>'ol< en Kr-chsh, k't liirt at ni'Klernte amid sail and I suiiKioii nl all intestinal c>b trntt uus irothtis.The .- and in all caseof Toipor of ihe Bowrl
n AST N 0 | foi i lit teuii ol tour ngri e.tl.ly i ia the .'!- also I pt tor prias, LIFE l'It..t.I I luxe been known to cure rl.eu- ,
made and il" I i< stout .in I about tixc tret scvm <-r i ht n cl ohipli > with to I llum l Ir* the where a canh.inicor m Hprripnl i
r-i after date 1 i-liall mv account iutem such cise jr-xiJ. ; nt4j that said iow bi.iiis. per 4)iH niana.e n> needed.
IX miinllu picstiit inattsin
| m n ly in tl.rec i ceks aid Gout in
and xouchei% ', I.t l apply to the lion S unknown, hi las of sai-l I Maxid 7h..iiia d. re-ui d, du h has idueyes, mill fan hiir. ai.d i- c >i>sd< rabl use of i i-mtorc. Bill ar''> and other ainiistmenta half thai pennant tune, l to reinot utu. brat inihtiiiflttit'ii, from Tiny are ex ecilm Iy mild in thir) 'q ier.itio.irr

the County Court .f L ou ('.'.ntfltv. f; r ft final set- ap.x.u and pit al I niivi-r or licmur tot1 ec niiplam- { DOLL.iUS> m nkcd witn small jvx. I will pay FIFTYI I usually, fivind at 5% aici lug plat-is, will al-o b>- hnnislifd" the nii'-vlrs anti y xnitnlsf; thrj"in' '. Dop-srs ducm. neithm io.mu-ta, :;ripiinor t| t liityV1 I

vllemeni and d'sctiar c from the adminis rnlion of a lit's 't.l.) fi'.Cil: heicin, before tlie expiration if aldiMir I ic\\ard tr the aprt ieit'n: > tiil ti< tin- of tic -ad Kill..!. who
late of said County* ; n onths, i r ih<- sune xxil.bet.iki i n rRocosriiso | livery in' i p .ice was lie c"inlon .>inl ijnift ot'thr- uri'eis. The wines into a l.iiciiy. they bicome a stard
the of JanusLemon, and bl.iddr reniedyjnd
estate r they n.ost deligl:tfullyon
i the irud aa1 l \hi(>j od in //pa's-' col i, ammo teaui.te.1 the I and ; oper.iie -aieJ: arid! .
if !
deceased. A true e'uJv from minutes, i ainl |.iiicrs| wilL b- I est quai ly ; to tn- : tii'MI taut urilU4; a>.d he-me l.axe ever are : hoc .tain as iiu.xxhieh w su.iiciencpii

UOnURT P. GRIIEN, I 1. K. I1.1UKIS, Clerk.L7' tu three ir.oiulis it: pm i-otneitl j i me a i hiil; su, ply i-f ia, cargo lusalre.' ly bteni been ln>ind unioi a aiertam rniRilj f-ji the iomt c.i3-s> of'Ciiavel. -,)l of tl.etr go-i-J qual.His.1'eriitps .

Ad'mr in ns'.it i.f'iis xxiie >u annah) __ M lstS.: :504nlAW t 7' h I t 3S L J. BCLL, J1i'I l i-f i o ti-I ieJ, hi li v\ill .irnve iil><-ut tl e I l-t ot M.iy. AN Wuinis, Lj ds: !->Jm: fiona tie no amuck the kird tn ever Le n of:.
OLuincy .May '
A. Own, for.nerlv u..iina A. Lcm-. MlTRl:: ,II Mi. F. (i. 1 B ni.anl, x\ t.o ILI in'-rV! ke; ta p |>til.ir luriiir..s of he bowem tin *.imy matter to which fered to th-i piii h si ppurted bv testiiiiontiK of a

Mardi 10. N -21-n.O. .M. RADOLVll ATTOUNKYAT : L I.I 01"S C 0 it:\ crDR. i iIi ill I I tt I m \Va'asa.'ti City, '% ill miu I ill- Hotel! I t thesecie tme> ..clln-n- A3Uiss.a aid Con-utnpuoii, c cLa'act so ieci-ixe! trom Oltcrs s

t LA\\ \v ill all the Couit : ELLI'' >T'S I'L.ISTKR las ..< i n us ,1 xi It 1 1 tor ihc I'n'prieti'r, xxho' xxuh siu li aii''!, rosatie I.ii i by r-l.ex'iii tie ai. \t" ::ix a r.iore u-nxe. -.1 Sat'r j-am.,
I'lacttcein th- i- tins o! I list tnr, and, his Inei.dsi 1 hey have the te'lmnm.t.utot th *
I es.SIrr xxho'eprul
A LL indebted lo the e U' of the I liteA. i inMidtllFlond.i, and will.i tt nd to such business <>nimi>n suoet-s : Ai i .1! w.c't ii r it I.:Is :y i mucus, xvhii L e-xi i. .Iglil colds xx ill i eci si--u, xvhirhI metfi'-a!
) '
peiKons 1 i imraly, ihst aIio-'V x.11 m ('c'IVo: po-si'ile! ai1. ssioii in t' e r luxor.'. hi.e not
bun introiiiiccd! has did I the yf thuj erry lim-it a i c
s t ieiiiov'C'1 hardened and l ycil
Charts; A. N lson. .no requested to n akcMVinenltothe l a s niayl>eentiiiMfd t to Ins ran.OtFice t ) tnt I!Ic I uildus pcrs i.-c I s t.eC'M.ies prrdncslliuse
; : i.Ia..Ii au.l the.- \ i t Li t nl ats-. i ( or ineaicten'V!
f'-r tl ; Ajmis > guv iiiqueaoCc c.iii.i e
reniidiis Corn- lire
und! -. i nclUimt ?.fll I s ht | :u.malv ttt.cuseJ; by Ca.l and Walker j e un ol uitul distra>c.s. S curvv Uieer, and lll-
( 1'tr-oI u-u. them.titundrea .
iic.;: I i A U xx applioaticns will ei.tnelv nmox<- die 'aar ;- l.io \t urite Sort''*, l-y the p'-rffct p'Ulty xxhicii the!'e jaiiii-t
uillp.cM'iji I the sameor pyiitat, nri jtilytl.e l __ 1 'I hi U'Cal admnla: t- ; iif ;hs h ue are ICMI xollKmixxn 1 ai-d ho'isarnt- the
(M o 4 rn>, and j r> xt nt Hu .hi r l p. i1.. Life Pills gixe t Lie uKii-d, .inJ al. the humuurs;; ess d..v tliey Le-
i t>an' i'l IK l>au< d. (.Ul'.I I EISIIIl'. j 1'iice 50) eci I ts per Its\ w ith dm t w.is fm use. to neda njil.enfil! de cr1| t.i: n heri. TlieatU .1 Sco-riomit c hiupn I iis, and baico npleti n>, 'n\ then r.iin'-< *[ii un;eiJ xxitn I eti-t' Ve etnl to Pulls;

P. KKllU: mT.THKLOT.luthenticaift' j rj5't lin: ttt'-i 1'ti5 I.axe I l.t. div e iti .- int* :' Fi r tale in Tiiiaha-sti t t tl.i l IIrti.t Mr- i-f that 1\ n-aio:a is tie tart i-t naval (.tatiOn t''ft I alt ratue eti ct up .sa ;.he iluids thai feed i'e kiu, w1i.15, in eo serji.enei ofLeir estr.
JAS. .' .t.iiiiisttaoi | ei-par.iuisliip.: under the Jinn ot 'laf 1 lit.li!I vADII-l.: l\NLfJLL'I1 .V LW1S. the Gitxtrr.nunt; the {.'iifial! r-n'ervwis of! the the mnrl-.l stute of it },.li is CaSiUTl$ all eruptive C >>, h.ixe .utMiied ) OPttaIlTY rsrrrcriLyi.

: s. I is Co. 1 S h. 1"3=. 4I-f Gulf Sxi.atli.mo ; tl.e.tv.b! ity <-f i'sclim: .it rcfi !i c-ii-l uniii, :a.ou! o.oui.y;. and other dis reett'.le: s.o in the hs'ti.tvut'J/e-Ji'-me.
; Jan. *>. ItM s--it--it __ S-S TAFT, shed! coii-t tiiy! ni.r.r the -afluLer month bx* tIt fie of h (1 '1 he -. cry circuin a..ce al- r.e tn..t PLy-cuc.u
tomplc.xioi. Vse these piils tr a xerx > rtt
1 1I i or.uuGiuj HOLT tl.ec u.e-. l-rnzfs 1 Ii 1 yin tlr dull"the btauty i ;, t fihe Union but care
NOTICE STOUAGC, STORAGE, Ar.rH n.e, '5 i.I I etlectnn e-n ireiu-t 'a S.'It llheuin, KiV- exery part 'ecia'lj i.athe

SIX MON'TH* nfli-r.Iai.-. |pi.ti.i .iiinn will di in.t.lcKmnrihlr t,> tti I GEuItt; : MILLKIl. HE .Su1 < r I at t kn t .e M< rt foum ilxM I thf 1'ay aiul the t.i-i libor I.g islands anil nxi-rs! F .ttikiiir in.pi ox i-.innt in I- ckarne-t* I Iol I SvUtneru State.! wi.t-rr thry h.ni In; leen inune,

I : Jmteooi I t hv<\>nni.mil. ..I I.4t'I n t'uui.t)' l.Tlilf 't \1 a i ks J 11 1 y 1, ll\l.:\ ;,j j7T o, fUpudi>v J. It. Put I ly K:- .. at Sllnl! : l e abut dance aoi''! dtl! cnof t'.e' risli x ith vlues. I tt e s.itu: Common 'olils ami I Intlnci-zd, will I !I I ae inini'i.; I irte i -teft<>en> I"ii'ir pr5fticet>jtak
tell of ii$nur.ii>ii ftniii .lciiiniMraliiu, 'f the t.11ti ollrtckiah Clerk's Oiiiietii q | t.iC ;itt.s aU'und. at.d puixuniiy t Ii thf txst S-U I xo'i'ni.is in the-ii A J 1 to this t:.e fjf tlnta'l !
> oilor" TbTiiTr.Middle : al > l cured l praise
I'onJrr. I1-fiasI-d. Ijirof t-ni.1 rnuiitINIMIP.K. \ |> < .Mnks.iud \\ 1 .it ei l i<> a ill -storing and uy> c t is- i.sim tae.'r 1'v w', ev n inti <
t crn ruatrkt 1'. give IV:.-a o.I i Jie! ,nef< rei.c o>e: l xvlio ne thun i"a'ialle rte( n ment tlem
\\\ flo-iiUlS. U.suict ol I'i.'i 1.1.1, January i-. I&tm1t.d 1oitardiii of-mha: u !< > asn.aI I te am.I). e 'r. i-a-- Pile-as a rt-mt-dy fo; 'ht- n.i- all o hfi pl3Ct in tl.t'se hitnuJt-s as u. .a.thy as.d : their in no-, rti.Jthe te.tsmn.nv Ira th-ir favor
mtKAIM :. roMU.R.' : Exrcutur. llav.n't t t iin ;a jlau t i cd 11 his tare, ltv di.l.flil att> nlimi li> l.is bm>iinxs n iiistie, ?>n y and O'-MH ate inilaiU the Ve .e a'oleLlie ual
Starch 'J4.I-3S .X1 d< n.htlnl, summer rtM>I t. ['ill- deserie lso-st i-rtr-i t'ble. .J> an An il I.IiIOLr' mealy
t vs. he hi'pes utjIlt :i 1 i -r.il s.hap: tif publ St a distinct and emphatic[ rtc >miiie'ndatioii. ,
if. MiiCli.in<.crv 5 I'ir-t rate loatxiit mil bi tt ecu l'ct.szstoa and I it I- siel I LIIOM t htini'rtdi. thi- anttopre ent t-s j't eiaea-. t'v laxe 'o :i ical.
iOI'I Csix Ihoinas JiiurM'ii lirttu deft Paron.u' \\IL1.IAM II .MATJ/KKS. a > in
n it. ) Mobile an-1 t' all at .a1 11111104 In. al>lf to tak the Onefitiy cent t.-'.x will ej.tab'sh their character
p.tskcnti that lic
of Pulls
months friiii d.L.e 1 nh.ill to the Jude 1 ln kan : St.M.amk,1ayi'J 41 c ty, ; j Irprieur the e mva'ujble ,
app\ e apt\.riu actury evidence that tim aiid
ade.emaJ.tzit !> from tLc New Ol liana boats. 'i pruxe tnat tbeicis truth even in aJitrux
xxa litiase.f atHfud with this for au ;
: G.u ds1Cts! County C nrt f r a tin.il di-cI.r4 i. JL i'jain.t Ji il'fis. n LJreci is lot an N. ll. ARNOLD. > ; .oirpiaint up 1 i ,
of the inh.ibtji.tof the wards ul tuirt f.ie } ear<*, iv.nl that! he tried in xain i altflt.Mire
from aJminisiraf.oa estate of /> LmnJStJ
enm Is :es, tm ide m tinproxniiol Charles S. "
< i
J0 Sibloy 11,1 s.tCUL', Feb. .o. 1S3- 34-ifG tx'ex'lemiilx thin than t"u mirtionf of boxes of tliti cFcbia -
precnte-d w who S
Coleson dc cd. JOHN LAMEU. Tcxa e couipasH
Ahn'tMnnhH I itwouUicd, thai the said tie ( i.t.'eui-' \ti>hin ti> tiixa _e r>>. msfir tlieir i laii the ; l ed 1M:%, i.aie teen sold in the Lnred States
). 13 31-i1 ucnd.tni do Inn U. S. Middle Disli i< t of Eli. o .xxcveratlptigilitried ,
aj-jicji; i on rtH ] Attorney i
hem re tlel.ti 1 m Octo- .iif! ', i an addi ts the proprietor at |'enaol.i, or i ihe ,- x\ hick I f na\\ otlrt s 'to tie | ,i&'i> und I | site* Jant.ar"IS35..
n. xs.uiiu t .ihkuir tlic ci>iiiii.i.nn! < iu, ijeiine hi asAtirne \ til T. 1 atNexx Urlcan I> Peerhis: i.reisej
Norn r.. will UtaKin r 4I jri HsMnna s lXll ) dew ay't.r, tl.e to. ineinojine I he isiS cirt-tL in a xerx alur. Inc. aler hirtcoxe- r npu.irJs ol li'teen bu-:

inontht after dtc. x\ SIX present Za&tLt1s onti I tmit tjie-rttsi --ec. i -. :Mi.lii.c t TI .. I He 1 xxJl cf.cnd alti : ReioieiiCfs- andti-nl Mr.1 CCi.llun. | ji-oN'on by !ii3 .
> *
t ) and xouclurs% to the I ilmioia'ile' iheJudgo 1, _4.4 luitlier .r v..n.i< u il. *. A. .n TIU. E1|, ':, j uuMmite-y un 9 e, hy ai.y humaii meai. j I'MIIO.Ttai
ot t' Coi-rt of Lton C u i o. e-nd thai a o. pcf .1., 0-l crj'b c < 'o I'iMii, itio M .U..e IJiNtr'lh i MrAlp EMJ.. Lrtii. K thy, 'iI.obitc-S T'laj- I th ptiouc .ay re..: avt>reit orthes3lu-ar/
ie County <>unv. HI* D1 It hC 1 ICNS'FOt LF.-1'ia osI I i
: pray to be discharged fioni tie adiiuiiisuaiion; on 1 : p ill c.l! u.oiiUi x foi n.ne m .mu n hl.Ut ia" ,- i i MunroeS: re iiiiie'-u, : d iv i*>rmtrlxc. l.a I'lor. I' Kta New ( .t Ieam.s. I the Vfo.T xi-tt Lit t. Pit i.ailafnotio'iou propr the e or. .- e iTrra T !..--.- pals , a-t |
ipir publ.bhed, in hn 1)aa nu.P. .- d \\in. tV il'on Uo !k t.i ri.I :-, litfAttv. .
the CLtaieol" Hizekiah Pom:er, ': > upi bx as a sUEiiirJiTrit iiCoTTi: 1.1 In er- ;roam uic lstr.oft1 -
4ei'.tMt. of
t Tilt as. tl an iii rcea ofhe as in '
ANN PONOKK LUAL, Ct : I I ah s tf, \' amy 1t.l.! 1->-. SO if i emflsma c fi .t: ptcatui are ra sr&ect-
Adm'riU. y
$ .ia. U 1 ;, 1S..6 -- Sriii.Nu Ttu.M 1&3& adxi-ii-i p rr -ii s4 i ) Lo ihe hirili- "! l.irrequ.mt.ties., i iN
: fui.y saonaited.
U. VONPCR AdnV -" :
-- 1 gol nii-oii'iiK can 1 p..s iUy le o req r April U 36Union V.tL'C1iES, .H\VLUIV7 ti7as ; TraMliu : I.MUVAI.III. U'll'.iin. ILlliaid, ) I I hese I'll' art- to I.. taken .m. lf tt l tin,' excrj n: ht j.ur -

I >u. ciibu u s Ii4iul a handsome >cpJL : 1. MoV: L) f.o.n liertx s Itt w. No. 1. io tl.tfoiii xa > Altachnuulfvr$10l. a xveek r fi-r'i Lilt, a< e.iriJnj t u tne o
Bank of Florida. pl> i.-! ti.e .,lv. e .tLt.tS, bach he tt m. *. it 1 o.i (, C ( I i ttY o< .upi i by .W-> (i.ll.i. 1 'in .ieliu> Jo itz. ) of..hi.di< abe. The sual do-c i* from to 5, < >- 1-eb uaryT, 13 >7.

OUDEHtU by the Boa.d of l.i Ctoa*, (hat il.i> u uai teuns. I He las m liueii>por! t\\o ev.enei.itM ; I IT. E. LiuJetbciCcrcorr.er rh-r ititenst' d. wi 1; foruiu ,' to tue oi nst.t lion o: he lot.rsoa Vrix del,10.11 DEXH SIR : I rn.Ua-e the t- .po.tcrai ; ot exprc >-

lor thi transaction ol UIMIU--S m watiTii m.i'n. a r, ,ud l.c 3. >i.ic nei.ii.c titt. CLNTEIlisKELN.i : j J. 1titfltWr ot the in .tiui. n of tin abovtu. I pers us >hnu'.J t e. in u ub t ut tx> \ an 1 n S in.: :. Sti n y ;ra'in. anon at the -i-C'-' m lucu b. sattei.

future be from 10 o'ck a. in. Ut> ti! 1! 'cu-ck p. nJu..e9 m. ( i.c wj.. jL-'L: no ; .11.* :o i.jvc iU.r vork tt1.e j .' oy .'I. a nm lit. .n d .tr' ruiuro'! l.S aj peal anilplcjtl 1 cre.'>tf -a' the mturc flue ctsc mav r- juirtr : 'hoeI .'icd the"dinn ation "{ your iluabk PJUin

: 44 JOHN PAUKUII.L. Cash'r t r .. p a .1 .11 tl.c rtt mi nti. i XE1)RUG STOKK.: Iti tac Jet jam ui.i ,it nl i il j MI 3.ti o.i i-. I n ore ttttUt.! or iI *> r CO.ITC i>.tl
-.- Y -- ) Mr. ti. .Uc ct.a lJt tetz.acJ ihcGcn 6nii.li but i THE 'ub-i:. t' r< Ima'. e uirmed a co-j artnerth I.. \ J110LJl'zt'N. at'v. I i x ih t>, and mimes t4-C lu .*>, or ex' i 5 ill>. and they it i t.: xvhu c uiporr.tnd xe.-d Mtert ra r le l-
'oiis Robert Gamble jr. a. d John lac Hi'nl .Mav Till. lf::, 1 u. > t ) > iv f- mu h in the.r (ator. bu fto.ii
|.e .u 1
s i. :
1 ) l.ojt .iud ui.i Jic ..aj py tj.utchoU in tIc I I'rur Ou8mncatauder t<.e tiriii oti \\ill ttf, it a ullii iir y i a-, y ch LiC'-t" cut e tt.e wu
G. Gamble ai.d
jr. ir.en.i John I lave s ei: of the ei1'-e. of Pill
113 S > in lijdt line.I .' "your I d net
auJOJa t'OTTON'And ii' shell tiii her Ih l'mk! >
A- 1uoKEuAt; : paitnl n.e. s oniet me> |
AVuddel Risiiloll'II.
Parkitill Esq. .tid tU i thii-lv
.re toy acit. attt d I FUEULUILK LChi.'t a> xt ; Miry b5.ie teceixrd uameruc.
1UWLE. occa-iuii ickn ss .'ii ? a mi in.:. I'uur. xe pm&e.
to my buii.c-- iiutorv. in* .ib-. iu-i ioni the TerriJ011NG. Ti.cy have jj : nccixeJaiid ii0.% -_ Cuiiiin ission Morcli.m S Hie >inon.h-a: :" they were alinoit ti.t rib nt>-
il' i'iiili > theo fou.. th !
OA.MULCM i i ----- i onl"or IH r.i of Mr Biryo < .ihutg e'allih.j r9" I HEM.hscii >er xtouul m'oiin hi* frJL efltat..(I >-mid. rid .ac.t"i\or.tl ti xti } :, .o ccr, malay k-.o r. lIt fl 15 put f Virc'.n.a.-hey aie n -w lie
.NU11CL. n. c -i ;e : n. -IS the I
_June_9 44 j u en:, on .Monroe street a u'ehcjal sorrnent '.'I] the p 10:10: in :ji i.er. I, il. it he m.i e-ua.nt kt ( diii xx ill find bin *ell a: o cce sx'Mp.o ered.ai.J patient mo -t [-op. ar nilU v. e I iave- |In dl5flepsa a, j sick
j A LL .. tn by rtvtrC -
.oio w..o m.ne: puidiaso.-: Pa-b. n Hjr'f i IFRI INF P./INIS l I.ii ne -I i o'.tt.li l B > kt nd p i.e-d-tche d nent.'f
H MHUGS MI.DK: Mc 1! : r C'au'i.i.t >'iiI x'l r.mz : h harv! -aus, aaJ
HOTICI ktu r er uju.ii.x xxih-
> 7'try rate
] -* > -lf a.c U'juva.edt.) couie ti oiuaru.ti.d, ( OIL toie.her with \.mctj yt I\-riuinery and I j \ e.rliar.t, in tt e f iy of Nt w \ oik t nJ is I..M. iU op ,I .*'in.ite i r. pai.Ln .-f ;he h.we'k.J. w Of na
persons ind. li.eJ t> tIc estaic tf FV. I r tti ti.c .1.1. L.; .1. u.i Tho'jio, .ui : !t.rie jiv a.u. uult-s he ,
VLL HACKLLY. la'icles: r-l.c S prep21 to re> e'Lotio.i. ni.tl oilier! r a.ere't. nv.rerr n fii
i i lan .v : Ji :oie; roouce p i4J'cIs pmnd acj'-Ui.
: d Ii cc.sti. toni.ikcitum. S a e xtiv tn.C leucuuitfied 'I
> hey
o arc atqucted i
i la.iaiiasM I I4.h M.
| c rih. Ito? s/'lsnt' i : ttItieti l !i-r .m.i- in.uK' : xx hi< h I ill 'il.cirniid c : td
./ll i oidrr> ir m Tl y-ici-ti rs a .Iconntij I c it d.-jhlbe 4.1 n c--ta-ijy ct accy> rentiert. -
.% li tc raymcnt to C. sJ. S.i-le* !FIb'CCI'S. ti S I DV .h ilo-teeil-.it- :riU.tle ill dtf C!.'
l.ML. U. L'NIO.NIJ.t.\K I O K F LU K 1 1)A"j in< ichan, 't u. be tl.auKlul.j lect.-.cd tiad fn h- m-i.iss on, sin! riutt-rs I I.tu sI.I Jh't faun Ioi i t: ujn ta c s t i htvvexeievoni, ie u J. t.i.t. t. r a sale v. e 5c e.it jsu ;ainre u-r t a'i J-
r .cC.t 1UV.L'S. j 'JA'l'i ut.iib> MXCII tome saUuilvis to i fulv! atui.dcd to 1- ifj J I icqt aiiilain in ih- NI r In in :and S u l.-rn marI t .nsi in la tr p ri u* o' ptejn.icrhould takebci xi 'tmaba> -I may i> ne a all;; t rniiCo tI

| i tltf a'.vilc i-l IM U3uk.tn.it j W. W. WAllPF.. I, Ki t-, ht shall! It-era' ltd o: i r msitisl.t'i:on tosucl.l.a r 4 ttt'tau: i.a t-e -J a: n-
M'iv -J- IS tl.e.r tue tu e ata t int. ai i thu Colt .flat to ti.e botsa trecue"ty
I _--__ _ __ __ paper; J.ll. IL\IbOLPil. J :etl I -e-l to -t rs'se him : .aep v.o S i -i.1: t.n: tl.c i- Cu&.inuec.
.ixcbctn l may l:4.)p p ia only u. or f ixLe. blue
iH iac
j i. :I it :oj c\aiii, ..tn.n i Ct.a.Ji.s 11 I I j open and vets io mn.y .c t.Kci white thc t- c or
DR. A ?I. IIAXDOLPIIHAVING illulVn.aLsq. W.nnujK. ted ial-toii i II. C. LEWIS. ibe salt-of their rr.oiuct. but-.. the!: :nve:> n'rnt ot.itiy oitixi- pi- p I.
tn-nt xei\; On'ill '
i as o'ution
Opoa atl a ol:
: > i I
1 amid bvU xij.tx I x. __ -- pait I ol the pre l?. ti 11- n ay .vr'er tr direct.I On the "ili leI ri--dr: hem va'! be Jivro'err
a.i.I -
li a
u-cH TaV.alui.fcce. :
o inottga.v I f
: in o- MIII o the i urues tin NOTK'F.]:. I spoou-tnll i si at. r, i--iy: I e jixeii t an iui
: 1 ii utes'k3l; >rvice< :t, th- \ i.b.io.H ] n iu.1..... JUU.N TAKKHILL. Ca>har. JTsriNK-N F. UAViS t.i. t in tc ib.:u'xln. ilose;-a tea lal I Viry e tfuv.:
hi J I I info, ins In- 1. lu.dami t'.e' rubi 1! No. tO, \\ aeMret t, extry H. H.iiii- r>
i is to be found nt t'ue 0CC c( P. 3. II. Randolph : I. 10rBHK UllKi-ubscr.Ur I t" o hours tt i it p r.ttes fr a c ia ir-.i.i tne totixf .
Monroe ,, li>-, th it l.c lia puicl.a. d ll e i nine toek n.tiad ,. I Niw V0.'k.ar1.s'st Dr.J i.. P. Pcer
on xearjf'i. ha : a ml. mi feoum 5 10
o-i-ica- I [ on; pi'..
.Wsvt5 4: of lc> AL i Hi THI IN a, nat i.f: bnsi, e>s win 4

_ _ _ __ _ I JL uL>cu U'Kvu.cr;<.is liuv.i;.' u-m.ed a C", ar.ucr hem rater: ? l'ec..minued m hi> .'tt n i ame in hc s MAt' II. JTVil.i3ins! tain1. ieid., Gv-v. P.rai.ch, Talah" 1- ,- 1 HE PIHr.NlX liTl: I ELtS. are !t' eaM-c.! lc.in S f HAS.i..171. N C. J. n Ir, ISDeir. -.;.

la Licou Superior Court. ?laj- Term- s-h.j'.wi.i* COI.-.KI ilC D/u i j>,..lusiui tjre ivcupn-.i; bxthtin.. lit nuins his i .-.<.. ?. J-is Lanin. A. Co., Uuincv. J BC 'e t' e. p5Cs- thc pot-r ot rest r njthe apirin SIR : I xem.e frqnert cserfrtur

H <.e iiuuic uX 1 ihe poblio I r I i-c li H ra' t HC-KILO ui nt I e a'C l '..IM>, .fnijtL.o.'t J r.iti.cy, .Ma.rn! < Iu'W ,; n.b is f Lea in. i. a so: in:: v gr t ro* j; i utI p.l Ls in the i C.-I<*R: sfceo. Ri.v> Fcxtr. and ol>-

S Dau-jon, P.ai. till"; !> ri\VAKT A 1IAK.XARD. I 't t-!'!, and he s'm its a tontn Uinci ol tie I st.i.c- G [Vitir, Aj-alahico.i! Cra g it 1)aii. i: I the c u-ilu.on: a> t.eP! .anix is i u to te restored I0 I- >.u iti> C .. : p > s ft tie I'te.s -.I--3 m i ef

vs.. SloKiRiclurd .n, 1 he.i >ij .p uiii be 1 t.jund a: ti.e i..d nai.d It):0 eily I l f He I.as on I and 'md "i 1 Ci'iui'int to k< i p a C< i tr.ui Jo< p.F.b..-. )i lute Ho i t'iea '.i !. ; x\n d s oi* wr. Ti.e ar eircrt tf t' e sp en. rrC' L>:s- >C s f ire

William Daw n, di Vnd.n tONmoiionift.it occupied oy .Mi. }L. U. l\i jiiin, oj f'OMte time mar". a 5S> rln.cnt ofoiti pn-d* a- are uc c-s ttor fl!:o- 3. l :)'. 2o-vl Tl.ocn \ B.ter, are rnt.re.y \ fi-rial-lr, .f..o-ed t i ir nor, > ck b. ai cbe. ceneral deNV., aaa n. ivotiier

: ; JcituJ; .nit. in- z.:s n n % hCt liOU>C. I i lowli and c, untry tr rfr. I He IPX: in I tt.osc w ; Iltt'SEAND LOT FOR S ALE.TH1HE I, < I. 'OJ d o I in eu-rtan parts .i! t'ie' \\este'-11 I Jeas.ts, acJ at c a5 JOJDJ th m to sie

a iu>e be Jaui upon 1 ho.u.; They M i.i ecp fuh a.Nsor.ru.atsof .Medirit.e 5. i iiaveoiiiktiid nj accmnts |'r?*vus to 1-3, to ezl;! unucr>isiud il, *tlt i.er hltU'L AND"j.-ou IfS xthich x i 1 irfi.li L cure I-EVFU"5 A.MAlii i'> ie'ief. j. D BOYD N. a

aeOaxxe.n nod J.i.-ia'i Dduou, llktcu.or: anJ I Je- I>.i.g C m.eatuicaiI a2 at ..Vudicine-. -., ii.jp.eo i HI.U M-tt.e the >a i.e OrJir* tum tl t c ci unit s :llbe JL Lu T, suiixu-J in Cah! un Jirtet, < I hi ol M,I Kinds ; wil nexer ta i :o erJi alt P. 3. P. Feter

gal rtprecniatixes tf I.e Pl.' ntltl", Itnlanj PBX r. c tl.ciii iirt 40 v.l auf.iu .m. ei.mne-ni- punctual: a..eadrd in, ai d OtiS fu&ai.td a; 'tne dxvel.ii g of R. B. Krr, EqTom ttr.a.s ppsttt, : l.n iriix al; tht e: etts ofetri! iy, i n ailx .-'nu I.
300, *0 app arhcic at die next tcun of tins C.-u.rt, CU>. J. Lt\Vl.\ > i'i.\V AKT, .'l. U. It I tl.c U>' est mirKit j r.ce- to she su'Jicribcrcn the rrnu'ts.LE.MI. Ire mnostptutr1uJ prepa ataa > ofar-a1ari 'iIrct.tNEEr o.Va Feb. 7tb. 1637.

and fchew cause why this sua bh4)UIJ n( t be rexiv 2*_ Gi>\\ AilU BAUN.1Ul>. Jr. Ti c hi 'tict price Riven for .VI Vu>d> of c-Tntr) j BRYAN.M.v I la, and wil, itnmediaiolr cure t1e! d< trrnnuation; oft.if 1Iajn used Di. Pvter Pills in toy pnc'icef..r

.d aud s aaa iu liitir names. AnJ u apvarinp BOOK-UINDEHY. 'prince. ALL'N FOU.MY DUVAL 19 41 BLOOD TOTHE'lltAD, ; never isis in ibe S the last twelve moi.thv I *akc pleasure ;n giv1l igmy

by aa'htactorf eridence, that tlie baid Tie ci.tor* tie TIIESuribe, 1aaeO'menetL., I' Tallahassee, A pill 'A >IS3- 3StfS""EVCRL I .: Sivki-ess' ti.cuiet.t to Yu.i< Fee* ales ; aaJ iil c* imcny cfth-.i .cd ef etsin caws o- dif
biuerxiu Tllahaki.ec 1. -e :o iro a ce. la.n era -d e.i i j t 'ca* s of
no inhabitants of biT rntoiy, but chfsot an< t: tl e n o timiAilulions.
< >
Slate of S-mlh Carolina, it is order d that publication ibeir ba meso m IS good a kt) le a* can be dune j Light Jers.y l( agons* vith 1 arncss n.-xti 'm's, from tl e rerro'est ag haxe hs<5. I A> arun: dy forchrcnie and;i..iammatcr cast prodacea by ..ECJc, ty cut e liver.
of Una rule be snaiL l four m.-nths 4LL They
< lor in a pta Li.S elxewh are a stand trilj the
lie thia rel'aper ill coir.pitteAlso two or three horse ) but C.I I imbii 4'nly found out the xinati>m'he, efi"j-y of tl.e P (InlX |Biters 'tilT I bearile apment-being
; cfthc
pubh&hed in kind
acoriJin I
newspaper ; ruled foi hills le.ter Bffxra the linie ot the t.aveever uveJ.
4-c. I Amcnei. I "
S to law. xao.i.! f"M. 11. FA' lNCli* great Spanish be consarated Oy the tsc o' one bote.! T-e.
Paruculai at.en.j n paid to re-bindin-oM: b.ok fee. :*0, IS37 if I ravi torpe pc weu e can'y e"att'ed to paddle about : SU&dUstefthts' b.urr sahafa GEO-C.SCUTT.3I.P.
A true cr fro n the tttite'. 8j time ).ts* trjl.m
Ttu.py THUS. U.OUVAL.Cleik. Neu>pjpt.r.s, M gizinck. AC.Tfceubciiu.ik 1! 1 the s-hore. Ju-t I i with the Li c .Me.licnus, |It ]t, M ter i r xt i.,', ano th a quauti y na\ be tslur"i'xoor : Tfce folio! ; is f -na a high'y respectable pbnttrcfB
p.edi.c lUiniehe that ull THOMAS ISALTZELL. 'ut txvi t-hiMt xear* >..ine I first xe"turcil .
'Dated J one 7ih 16 i6. 4lm493OO or. I I xipxp ani ihr e si..et .1 day, atcut haifan hour t>eioierreaU rksCo. GLFtter
ders sball: be e\ccuUt1 w ith aeaiue jnd despatch. j COUNSLLLOli A- A FTORXF.V ATLAW II i nikn iwnoce.ir.nnl, I I hxvd coxered tie pjvibjei !-' or a ICS' qujntitx" my be taken 11 nil timA'l 's P, I haxe ei jert them a furir;'!I.

S REWARD. I CL tll.UAN MlAYu Auu. I TAlL lUsf.tt, KlOKIDA.VV71LL 1 xx a* in t'arC'm HEALTH. Veietsb (>: thi se x\ho are riiietid xcah i.Hice>t.o. fur near'y three d *en hue J fajxin been used on m1

Tallaha.s Oaoier 15th, 137 I0.f ihe meicines ti e'e ii.die S PROCLAMATION BY icgul.iiiy iiitrnd io tiusmss in p.oxe it'taLiiplc us it, y iU isi j etr, their '
: uric T Co of eriorCi my s'a.ch- ut tie r tm' Wa, mn. By the ur ofJ i..creas.-thcact :: .> hee.> iendednih than
; S E. .rt Appeal*, a.tith. Saj uru verj gicet j on rfthe pnnci.vxl s-i.: s> : more succr.
S 9.ka I. Du Vol. Secretary & nearS ri HE vibscnWr liaajuai received from Georgia at Leon, G is.cn, Jatks iu, z> d Krankim O'UU ie J' ihe.n, I > ate n only passed fri ni lie) I'eie-teJ invalid icia, t\t\f\ fiem i.> peal em the funciionsand tie. T.T iredin. ; I lax ever us.J; and I take plc-

Governor or Florida. He will te foui.d his to th<* hale hearty an i aotixeuian ofbuiir.es*. tIe il e i- m ich trr m and
JL a tin r-te 50 ..im, eti.i ttnee of <0 *aw .t e>fcc<: on ihc huiu'red, > io isohmye n1o the to't'tti Isxer v-tat- re-emrncnd-ng them to iny tnends
S VTHCREAS, it bits Wen represented to ft-C that cast ttcol pU.e, which hu uisixt to snl on ntcimmcOa.in -, uett East o! the C uit house Square, ceai to i'l's I > j bn coinp. ratirdy sp -akinjt. I hive rcnc .l l mxjv ( i* fie<.9.xfTl u. uiiij.e.son i* *asi' rU reifhU.-* -Thev SoC handy, safe, and efficient,

S ASA MirH, ef N wn: r.sv.l e. l> t r>undft I teunj. JOHN 1SLER actueItce. im.ev absent on pri-iesM flat tus>n s$. >nliIcinthus, it nh confidence iu n.y oxtn exJC.IKIH speedily ten a. (sjt apatite ITS:. tw, arid the rn'th) S Ztdneid bata trial lobe aprr- xeif.

charred with the murder .f A BNEK 0 UN.N EG ANaeoldicrot Iibt: miles cait ol Ta L.e. JO. I-3' -Jl if S I *. ndxis-* with ny fellow 'iiera. Do.Ith d ol tre ii.,ornfnt TSN beinr-'P.tasci, nutr non S HENRY JONES.Prervarwi -

S the U- Siatcalth Iniartry, nlXljxd% to I N..v. .S, 18 M. I LESLIE A. 1'IIOMI'SON. I ren.ier xva u p. ii.tf ih.n \EErAB\ _.E: t iacatiatcm. and M: cnfih ot Nsiv *n.t *nergy o iy Jos. P.iesilr Peters, M. D., at hiS

S hal committed in the town and T.iioy i>ior<- ____ LIFE MhDlclNlare *uitsb:> toh o ncac ? 1 jmnl ar the I lai--v resu.tv F.M t".rt in fen thf ere if obstina: Jiaita by
Tl.N WAKE1anHEaubbcribcrcont ATTOK\L\' ff COl\\'SElLOK AT LAW 1 tar'on n; Rroa.ia l x l.iiut'reiis of \IOFF.
&old on thellth Mv, lustaut, h> recedes. No. 120 Liberty
caM : nue. to ctr.y on the manJL rAAnAis. FL31JtL&. ot letter-, fiem o.izet tt e mo
Now therefore in purauance of IanI oo li. re- uf ciuimg ol, Tin Ware, and 'lll .t a 1 tirnoi reu a.d the rracice of hii prof w.i eiizasofihis inv native l n.1, x. luni.tnly: o'TV. tdm Br. auttaaaNet V.vk wht the Tills jin b e Pnre nliy cent,

S by offer a reward of Two hundred dollars ba v on hand a p nir&l awor.n ant, either at wdoaa'c 14' HAVING 1 h. f r.>n'ptat.rnuon io '.ny b.iMncteiiiiu > testimony MEOICLNK.Pei of ihe sir Ufs. of a A GOOD VEGFFADLF. l4&am(1 f.xr *5
for the spprehessi.n and delivery ol the Mnd Asa or ret&il oa aa aeaas.nable irrui a* can be NO Id ted to hi*charge, in tie< >urerior C urUof tbe l and m IltCri: t-o4- i ('trn $ icr Ls4ile-.fo an.l retail TaOahassce. Ntw l'rkrd price')
i at
South io any jail in the DiMriei of East Florida! in a< y Southern market, deliveiable! at my sure id Middle DISUICU f Fior.da, ar.d u ihe Court tf Ap-I "n> xjiho"' C'-n tuu-or.* hsxe been nrarlr mrriis_ cer ilvates ot the woedertnl
5 and I do h rrby rnj
Md puce of6rtr n be ngjlaut in the appreLtnucnof 1 P. S. Ha-iflg now an eiperenced wroikman, Otfice on the south side Waiir.gton Squ>r*. oftlie.ay, %vsU bear mm' .tnrM, ihjitihc Lre Medicines.and some cb .;maie an-i compl cairw fas. ft ait1V IWEL. RANDOLPh & LWIS.I.a1 .

the aaid offcudei? ail artic'e wm1 I c made to order in th. above line. Fels ((7. le3a 2aKii such only, arc the true cv> iise Lit rermaneiit tlar uii ansi .nIam'saoa* hematas'n L S'e!' %doLiCdlO by A. WIRICK.lii .
AM Smith sometimes I and all Job uork doi.e uluut gjk>d hca.th. J OhI.IOFT.T.GEERLRFMARK.RlL.vfIVirt.)3Io vi inFe't M
known Vy the natre cf delay either ia th. er aial Pr. p.tVIDSO.
S 4g ae. a, Palo by
Fulwood, it about fixe feet .even or eibt irchec t1fliIfOl Il.ttiFUfl) tusmecs. W. JI. F. LtICftt ti. WllLLFiUU I ). I"la, %ijfl.a from I1 of I A&1 .u.ncy cm l Ii hsd m all tl.e prtncip.lT
naercua n C.an.t B itqirry
hi<|h, lixht complexion, an reUbMit ia the lower of It TALLAHASSCE FATS LIFE PILLS AND PH-XNIX, ag at .ay I-Ctaand m
Georpra. FLomutu71L1. VKCE-
pait n tup- neo'iary ttaVc both the LJ"C Pill; and fCj"B careinl, and enquire for PsTtas

posed hi rill endtarorta make his escape to ftxs. j LAND FOR SALE. regularly attend tn business in the U1TTKUS.The the rii-rmx Bt.ler in the des be-tcc *5 .tP i ,
IS GtTn under my hand and eal, this S'ih day will Mil jny tr.ct of Land conui-tirr of SJ."* Court cipre3' loup bern known aJ app.ei May |*;Ju I IS.S. of May, 1838. JOHN P. 1JU VAL j !, and in the Superior tedfor their cxtraonliP.-xry piid luiaioliaiepo
B. |IO _
S acre, iu i a hih; *Utc of cultivation, wth {
N. U-1'hm
Surt< of Leon, (J jjvjcn and Jr1ersi Ci-uii- ( rot restoring |erf.-ci heAltKi. persons *nf.leni. se Pili anti the Raters -Ai.lf-t a llnicicury -

nejtrocabi tie Office N. E. under neaily kind eft.wane cui ofihc vtemlnfinllely issr than the Sc BARNARD
and I > Corner of every lo which
LOST. s, provisions enough to supply the l lit McCartv and l-
j *t pi-ep-irattoos ci" $
the human :Ira.veii liibleIn aasapanllaT and
ttL'it tl-e firrt ) ear. lime mind u a loafed S n i iUttxMo S .Mrnri sis. ae ci- fr'rn New York an I B-ti.
the 10th I taut .VE tzst ryircd
ON Thursday mat.. Between TaV.ahas- m.tn' h of certified rtmedyiW rvshinj* ef Ns4 to the lie 'd 11
TsIlabaue.! t-n theMicasokee road and April I ?, 1S33 instance? tb P) DRUGS MED.
Ie and Lake Jackwn adjoininf 35 if all Tio'eni t-ish upIy of
< n the roAd Uadieg have exen rescued{ autTerrr> fiivn the vcrv' or beaJachs, ic doeleurea t xAc., All -- im.re, a
t* 8tav-trt'* Fetry, a Calf akin Mr. Loiiiner aol oth(rs. ImmediMe posu I tt;.e 'etaon who j ICINESAlt's' FANCY ARt ICLES, Perfumery
pocket Jof.t ( are picctis jd
conuilioc untimely After all tie to Uy
LEOCOU"YUPERIOR sa.ie, deceptive ajvpe p ,
will be y
HIM juen For terms apply to Du al COIThS ?! MI ot which they
aevifal notes, one note aainl James ana Richard T. ot the ty h..d uv.cii Uiled aid Ac. should never be xrithi>ut the LU PilU, .r tie aid D'f'Ths
; u
9f.*n tot FM* Dllara, date not i coxllectrd, hieh Huichina. TallahaaseoB.. A. CHAPPEL. I hayward, thous. n.Uthey have ) se-Urxd > nianj letters tor one da j in time will save li'e. Tl. y wirraoi t" be .( t-ocd qaiity.Aao .
Jan. petmunei.tly that (01-
aMa it paid. OM IMHC e aioM DuvaJ ai>d Ret 1. 6. I8JS. 5K-tf- IS Thomai JtrTer&on fv Mu Chancery. |I.arLfl enjoyment of hcalih without xrh.ch! :life ii iii. equalise the oicul.ttiort ot the blood and draw 'he r aS..Xt&e1t way be found the
k* for nc hundred dollars dated the Green, ) all IAWIIXCal> *'M<- 'polar medicines:
7ih of head p.
but the
day ( pr'asre reior
5' DISSOLUTION. jHirtial blessing. So icreAt indeed has j pet-piraaio| n,
the ,
Hwrch rliicJh "JT rpeanr- to atuJaci
rot U alao on of ihe Curl HOrCK'S PANACEA.SWAIM
p id. One not* that efficacy and throw off impurity by the p.res.t'tIskin. .
invariably every
fftioat Joa.t Willia, for Filiten O<4Ura, data oot E Co-partnership heretofore eiitin under JL > ihfeiKlai i, Thomas Jeffervton Gretn. i im I not has ana imalliblv proved, that u S do
the name of DCJII. A HCTCHUCS tnia an inhabitant oftt'e United appeaie-l scarcely Tbsr than roiiaculoua to those
ssU.ctt44oc.aiuiI d. II. Courtney fo.- four tt day Stairs of North; Am ri- 1ai INDIAN do ,
-iftUanMM in tavor of R. //. Berry, drawn by diMolr dby mutual consent. All, p.rsts bail ltg c., but a citizen of the Stare or Prorinee of Teias. were uoacquamted with the beaenfully) philasiphiral Beekwhlm's Dt .pe1ttc' aad .4ib'-BIIIous PUI',

Wm 8tm M which i* aleo paid, the amoatit IK* iv demands rpiinst said concern will ptsent them tojfLtx. it u orJerctl by the Court, that if the s-aid dtfinrf- aud principle upoa which they arc compounded IMPORTANT NOTICE. &Antt- lioos sad Dyspeptic Pills,

t tiItd. with two Un dollar notea, nne tve dollar FORM Dvai., vho Ia fully auihora.d to ant, Thomas JeCer!.>n Green does not apTvrr ml U wa to, their upon manifest which they eon&equei' \ a.-t Prr>ons using the Life Medicines are .4 Gailizh.um's Fereri A ue Pills,

S Mia, and two oae dollar notea, all billa of the 3a. Mttte all del** due by ik concern. And all tbos* ancrtheiilIoetnp1atui {lei by asid RkIl ii-.i nfyinr the and channels<*n
Mel Bank*withe number of iher papers not now inJeoted will make paymeat 10 h'tn. I Hayward, on or before the third diy of ibe cit them .prints tflife, end entluing operate two r'r three times on the towels in the Lwandus Took Alixiufe, and Anti.B&oU1P']

Y : rMoiUcud. All pereoot an fbrvarnad from in- ALEX. FORMY DDV.IL, I Norermber term of this Court, to b* held in the indebted fjr rcnew their Juo.cacH which vigor, that they were course of next day. AM>, take a table spoonful Judkiaa OiauenI f"f ulcers and owJ seres,

S 5, tot aaf aiid notea, aa they an nearfj aii w J. HUTCHES. city of'l'aiLaLw.c.. in the Territory of Florida,the them at tbe name, was bestow I upon of abe Bitters half a hour before each met ..- Tt>rUxr witfc a yreai varkij of the most approved -

pt&4 by Lb. dreitar. I will eiv a rca onM, r* TalUhaaaee, April t34. 8tS. 38-t I ICOPARmEsu1p. J* ewaibcukenaoi( J.n etef .iIl 'abase apontaneoM tMueMol wrcial indiriduala For th lives
: :: Ssj4 Bookaad ptraott who *il d.Ivsr the Poekei I be entered a-amst him ace.din? io the pimyei ol The they had obviousiy saved. half the qointity may be aufcient, Al ), WINE & BRANDY, of very wrTiecqtity.ckcoJexpres&yfor

coaleau te ie A. F. Do CJf WK | thta i said bill of complaint. By proprietor rejoices in the oppmunity afford tOTt above valuable MeJTcieeire
** me.or al, Talla- MT day t aine 4 Iia a O p.rta.a ,Mder order of Uw JoJgt,, S S THOMAS SIM30N S the M*. rcCNTCK a.4 KEEN. *W IW u MM>t ( $ I 1 homaa Rjindall. THOS. H. DUVAL CTk, placing bis the daily pre f r \ this Citv, t the Dntg Store ot"W And, for curing andMctls.
Msyl 41 CraecrjaM Jaa.l.KM rr*TM.o *ete. WILLIAM CCVTCK. By L W D. S TUNE, ftp CI\:. tbe LIFE PILLS witi hum JODEL RANDOLPf. <- LEWIS.AW .
if and reach
j knowledge
JOHXB.KEEX. February 3, lt3e-2C-6m comiaumiy. Unlik tie host ofevery of iadividual in 1 the by SITAIAf 4 ADDCX, 8u Jfarka (S._a sing and other surgical inatnuaea'-i.**' **"

peraicious quack e- TeUabascc, May 15th, 1S33. 4l-IyT. Tah--cee, May liih, 1833.I .