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 18, 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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FLOIUDIAN tiMe to LV.olata, seventeen. thousand three

Is published evcrySaturdav, at Far.Dollars pei THE i hundred dollars; : 'i *

innuiii, paid wilhin the year:-or Fen Diiliarsil: i1Oitu1iL4N For reparing the road faom Jacksonville- !

f.. paid: in inssrted at One Dollar pHI hy the Mineral 1 Springs, to Tallanawtte; the

I of fifteen' lines ur less, 'for the first IIIMMtion sum of ten: thousand -donar.- the' af *qiiare ._ .. __ _. _
f and fifty cents li'r each subsequent ins'rthnA.terttineffls n h to b* expended under tho' dlrrftcticrri pTfrW
not marked: with the nnmlt-r ol' "JjAISSEZ FAIRE."
NOUS [ Secretary of War nut of any money irt the .'.
ln.e lions required, will lie continued until loil>id.aiiii .

charged fur.I -_ -- .___ :_ __ _-_ --" -_ -_---_ __ Treasury not otherwise appropriated., j|
1 Le'tT' to the Editor on }u.infs"(Innellt will :mr 3tLIe ti a'n cyc u Approved July, 7th, 1633.' -

i the establishment must l>e,post ]> ---- -- -- -
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| --.- -. -- -- I Public.-No. 49.] '

!%Olice.T BY AUTHORITY.AK.OFTIIK ., of a )lieutenant colonel cavalry ; one commissary are "ow paid by existing laws. i|, AN ACT to authorized the *alc of certain
F.MAY &nAVl1 C. WILSON are ny, I -- -- ----- --- ---- ----- : of subsistence with, the rank, pay and St.(. 25 And he it further enacted That lands United Slates
TM1 F.I) .STATE P* isKH: AT TilE SFCO.Nll public iifthe near
0 attorneys ,'" my absence business from commuted the Territory :t:'-*IOo Tit: TWIN iT-I "'TI OSIim.( *. emoluments of a quartermaster' of the army ; when volunteers or milita are called into iho Wabash and Erie canal, in the State of
and I t"them. '
.. WIl tr.n'a.any J. A HULL.Tallahassee. [PUBLIC ---No. Ifi'] and three commi>..Iril's of subsistence with service little United States, so that the payr. Ohio.

July T\fM: .1 1MtfDK. : VN ACT to inereathe ;pu-siMit, IMillatyo.st ; the tank, pay a id emolument of assistant masters niilhorixnl by law shall not Kedeemed He it rmrti-d by I the Senate and Home ofRepresentatives

I\ S. nE..'I"J'IE tl illisiinent|
FFERS his Professional service to the eiti7ensofT.illaliaKFccardiheml.inin" J7 otliot purposes.Ue Sec. 12. And be il i, further marled, Thai troops vvi'h' proper punctuality, ;it 1 slnll be America in Congress assembled, That after -

O I | country. the stewards of hospitals! ( at of III than hwful for President to appoint as :
I AL'C'TIO.MJF.KAM it erncted' by the Senate and House posts lire mnnyidditional I : the State ofOhio shall have completed
ills ituice Ofl A'la'i's! Strlcl. ..11\(1 cf ninton.op-i :
I ) of four companies be %hereafter allowed the pay, payai.isters as he. shall deem the selection of lands Authorized
iMsite ihfTt'fiArnrcofJ. I\'c'\"OI, Jr. r.-=q. Heprescntatives) of the Uiiitdl' States of by an act
) Tall"li.' "*. JulyGth. I8"d-:: -18tfTvnily \ Co 111 in i t'i o j illc rc I I.1. _Vmerica in Congress illsl'lhlt'II, That there clothing a lid ratnn.; ,'Jf;a sergeant ordnance; necessary, and he shall perform 'Ihe same duty entitled "\n act authorized the selection of

Dollars Itoxvanl. 6 : W4rl'dll'dp..\ SaturdaysXofieo. shal I I lip added to each of I lie 'Jour regiments and, at all other post, the pav, clothing! amid give the same bond, he subject to the certain W.\ba'ih: And Erie; canal land, in the-

: rations of t the iiist erireant; ol a company of l same; liability, and receive the same pay and Stale of Ohio June thirty
Oil 8101.1:1 from the PI\tali'll If artillery, one coiiipany, to be organized in approved eighteen
STRAYED rnilll'' : ndsciiier! bay ji m of AdJL infantry.See. emoluments, ;n arC now provided for
nrJon CO\nIY. 1 the .I'lnaiIII Itls the same manner as iutliori/.c'd liy. existinulaws pay- htirfdrnd and thirty lour the President of the
Uh pril.a' BAY 10JSf.lln1r face, one whileIli".1 ininisiiniidii' upon the t te ( Henry IIowr with the exceptions hereafter mentioned : 14. And be it further cnnrtJ d. Thai m.istfrsofihearmy: Provided however, That United States shall be, and he hereby i is, aulhorizd -
foot, and has eye. He paces an I l, {t'I'fn.ed. a'l' persons im'.ebted'! to aid state, the President of the United States I be, and) he the Mimber so appointed shall not exceed ,
trots well is about ti or 9 years old, and ma k-d will ,\ iriHiiedi tic payment, jmd thocha ; that there b U. S. on the ri ht shoulder. 'hl above reu ard will \ in; claimsil; THcnut: them within he lime of artillery sixteen private"' and to everycompany is hereby authorized to add to the ordnance one (for every two regiment* of militia or volunteers which sale shall be governed by the same

l hi pill for I liP;delivery of su'ul linr>e at niv plantntion prescribed by law. A. M .ILEXANDEU.: ) of infantry I one sergeant and 1 thiity- department; win-never he may deem it expedient : And provided also. That the persons i rules 8ml rt>gulation ,impoie the same: right,

20 miles below Mtln.; on the Chipo't'! rivirSTHPIIMN '.St_Mr'cn_ 1 rG. 1KV.=4MI'j.v.i.vrA' I eight privates, and that the number of second (to iIiCt i-isc; I the same, band with the, so appointed shall continue in service ;, which are provided by the existing law. irr

7, H1=- RICHARDS.July -H-iiM I COITI: I'blTND io.....-r.tl. .f., rompanv of be reduced I advice, of the 1'Iat'o majors, and that he only so long as their .services are required to ;'j, relation to other siles to the public lands by'

---_ : OF si'ii"or lC X, to one, mid that this n.IIli..u irlilt.r.! 'tn POmado I ; r.mhfr! auihorh ".d to transfer ten first lieuten nay: milili: :'tlll' vnlnnif...r. 1... ..-.........;.. "fiha t _._;J-.. I>.V *W\T
"iVoiirVs / /(*/.;,i : liter in i''tnient olotlirers :, is. ui.i) ten seioL.i; ;;curr.ins; irom [tie Sec. 2G. ,'tHII", it further cmcled! That I however, That no I tud shall be sold at such
I connection "ith tIll
( ap
T I E Co piit'iersh'p IH-ICI.' f.-re c-xistin under \\VttJi directions for /V> .* \ LL 1, arft :> to the ordiunee! department! and that. compensation; herafter to allowed to such sale for I less ;
T MADDEN. i i" this vse.-- r "' to tin I I : nun .I hi 101.1 companias: anthori.ed ordnance a price thin: two dollars and fir
111"n'llll.fSJ.iDr & ; lh and emoluments the
ol' officers of the
; a :
thy l ,! hy mltl\1: conirnt. :.1 thoue h, W.DII'I, IL\ ;UOIPI, &LEWIS, |I a< alll'"ait, and the transfer tl theoninanco | stooikeepers as shall; be designated ty cents per acre.

in:(him'*;!: 'm"t'h.* f-aid firm, wil pH'M'iit th- Tall.ilins-.ce.JniK'' :'>0ih. If l. -17-11. I' department t I hereafter Cllf'I'If', that I said department shall, I I be I.e! same as I those as paymasters shall: not exceed the pay and Sec. 2, And be it further enacted, That after
f>r p.ivment, and all th-'s1 cIIP IIII saul fi 11 -- -- -- shall allowed to the officers of the regiment of Ira emoluments of I the e.ipl.iin of, the
1.11) XOTK'J ] all I the luescnt second lieutenats; ; be retained or r.llllcr. expiration of the time fixed in the pro

"i1 settle anthori/cil their nrr'ult'tosittle! the with P. I Swnimlojs, i.luly I L persons iiiilchHil I the i-stat2 of Daniel I in the service ; and) there shall be rais- goons. Sec. 27: And be it further enacted, That cl.imition of ihe President for th<; salo au

( P. II
: A. M r -nOE: pay incut to< thu subset. LOOCKF.IJMAN il .-r. Executor. i iI' ( President of tie United Stalesone regiment so nmrh of the, fouith m section of the' act passed ; time conslrtirlion' of a fortification, or., lands which in'ly then remain unsold ahill b csti5ject

The %business "iI heienfter bn (nnIIf.I"n.rtllt i July I 10th. IH-iti-;I: 4'.I.t"| : i jof infantry, to Ln composed of the same! number fifth of April, e'ghteen hundred and thirty engaged about' the cxvutinn, of ,my olIiTpuldir I I to sale at private entry, at the price
of 1 S\YAIM & <:O.FtAT.irk _
for the of the
sl\'lln1III:1P I I two, I organization: I ordnace de .1
July 2. 1. 48 ::m I\olict. and m-.itlc of ofllce/s, non commissioned work, to di-biirsn time moneys applicable 4)11W') dollars and fifty cents per acre, and

---- IT !h' in? jri'fle rail)' I dicc.1n,1 rxpectii'' t that I olficers, musicians and private, composing the I partnu-nt, as authorizes the officers of ordnance I., the sune ; and as a romuciipruaa-; j not ICSM; and no lands heieby authorized to

JVolirr. It'nsht T. t hOI, late nf the County of Le< n, I regiments of infantry now in the service of to rt'rciIllc same pay and i emoluments ,- tion therefor, may be allowed by the .STccre- I cold shall be subject to entry utidar anyprecmnpti.n

'.-THIRTY tiay.uII'r dale, np .Jr'lion will M this'Il'ITill'Y. di ti l without havin-r- any lawful United Stales, uho sh dl receive the same ) now allowed at tiller} officers, shall be tarv of War at iho ralrc' of two dollars per I law of Congress.Approved .
1. uiade the IIo, ff heiis, NUTICE is lieu .1CCLI: thiIl the tie
to Jhon CUUII\ given lo construed to include the ten doll.irs month
Court( for leave to sell IlnI".u"t the est.ueofLcvi statute in sncli ease 1'.le)nnd rro\idc.', that saidWri'htT. : pay and] allowances, and bo subject to tlc per diem, during the continutnre of such di-- July 7lh, 1838.
additional 1 officer I
in the actual
i Smith, dec. lat.ufsal,1, Count Gl'sson ilk d at bin 11 I Point, in I.Ie (. i same rules and leguKitionshidi now apply pay to'cry bur:pments : Provided, That the whole

ELIZA 8.\1111, AilmVx. lfLtOI, \ I lie X2.I\ July, I 1t7:! leaving: a personalestate I j to other regiments of infantry as pr\ided'' command of a company, as compensation for amount of emolument shalt not exceed one PUBUC.-No. :O.
JAMT.S: lTf. ) appraised at about ".(00) Slid (Jlisson I was tutu duties and'] responsibilities with respect to
JAdmri- for ir this act. per cent on ;he sum disbursed. AN ACT to extend the thru! for locating Virginia
JOIUXiN S nlmni 5 let t ti i inches' hich.ol I 1 light conipleMnn clothing nutamimi of the
nnt See. 2. And) be il further uncled, Th.it I a accoutrements company Sec. 28. And be it further enacted. That land and
JIII r 0th, 1 li2. ..5w.IJ. hair, and fcupjuisid lo be .tIiiit. : yi ars of = 1'- I under the of time second military warrants returning
--- ----- I His 1 re'a'.i"iis, if any, an: sujMioucd! to jesidc ;; the : tile Pn'sitcliortlHli't) States-, be :Jam m authority section the term for which cadets hereafter admittedinto surveys thereon to the General Land
X 01t.t1r State of North (C'ari.iin! ; of the act i passed second of J/arch, I'ih:
IWkof f Subscriber I he is hereby autllr to add to the corps of (the Military Academy atVe.t Point OlFrcc.
tht are IIKMIY: II. ;VALKin: : hundred and further
in the Innds <,f J.V.. Cli lids, at' tin.I, I ; Adnn.nMr.Hor.4s engineers, when he may deem it t.\pedi< nt to teen twenty seven, 'jiving shall encage to s\'(. l-c and) the same is lie it enacted by the Senate and House ofRepicjciitdlivas

p\tlrs: lolel Ail pcrs.n!i 1kll'fllllr.'on, 1\1 July, ISt -_ -Cw increase the same one lieutenant colonel two I compensation! to the captains and subalterns hereby inciensed: to eight years, unless disI ( of file United Status of
q'icrted' and .cttle \II<\ note otherwise, .\ ( .AUI). t (ii'time al my of the t United States in ccitain
(: si six fi and! second lieutenants
majors, captains, st I charged.) America in Congress assembled, 'hat tho
their nccouiits willbcbfivithn J iu.'jet' (if the : i p
I 1\':rice: for C IfletjOn. G IOR: ( I: FIJER.Jlne JNFOUNlD : IS.! .'.I:er at St. Jo-epli temporary fi:,r j I ; ali that; the pay anrl emoluments cases ordnance; provided, the j Sec. 29. And bn it further enacted.' Thatin officers and soldiers of Vlr: inra line on Continental

21, II4._ few \\e ks past that be w a'. iiHproicrly| uhi.1|osiug I!jof the said corps shall be the sale as those for such dep.iilment duties sml claiming ci 1II1''n"atiOIl shall lieu n'Ilhe bounty now provided by law frreenlistment. ; establishment, their heirs or assigns,

For Sale. -- ,.f the piop.-ityin hi"II| ,M-- ionuhan inten'ion I allowed to the ofiiceis uf tile I l'gillllS of dia- m responsibilities I able-bodied non-com- entitled to bounty lands within the tract reserved -

ONE two Ilor"c Jersey, Wajjnn, hung( sprinTt.n c "( hoixe Jersey Wagon*. 'II out irjainhim! t More n.1\ ol men of the ordnance equal to a ol
an.lllc (11.:111
out i Sec. 3. And be j it furlhcr enacted That company I and Scioto rivers northwest of the river Ohio
who re-rnli into his. or ,
l company
June 9 4l WM- //. PRANCI the laie i I-idorc (;I'rHrJa "' <>f \om| i indmmitia'or i.I and incurred the aforesaidesponsibilitics. imy I
Artillery: thereby
"III! levied uponindclo
AGENCY Av1I W.\- -II G'rox-crr. On !btins infornud of the occiim-nce I 1 day of April, one 1 thousand eight hundred ali month after expiration of his term of service and soldiers! upon continental establishment,
of lie : rcuirniil loTalllaliasfce, sntislifd' the SC'(:. Ii:. And belt further enacted That
FRANCIS..DICK : 'ltlIth twelve, entitled .\n act maCin-j further provision shall receive three months extra pay ; shall be allowed until the tenth day of August
the ; elnnn and (lisli1ihl of the commissioned l
: !! appontmentheldliv procured i process. I (\ officer of the line or staff:
I him lor several yenrs in the Tre\! and WarDrpartinentf Thc HOH' is re-opcmd, :\nd! \ill continue open 1! for the corps engineers, as pr'illl'I exclusive of general officers shall be entitled and also) any non-commi.sir officer or in the year; one thousand eight hundred and

) has uudcrt.
fore Consri-bS, nnd other bra nch.'!.ftlle o\'ern- ; reoewalot vt the l'.i\oi I of hi>customeis. 1 slhahcl<:of the I corps of engineers, be, mil to receive one additional ration \pe? diem for *: nnd shall obtain fiom the commanding and return their surveYS and warrants or certified
flu'Ut, inrludin cninn'uis.i\ ners under F. (;r.UAUUiN: the every five Years he may have s-erved. or shall year
tre'ties.llti the same is hereby, repealed: ; and) that ; officer of his battalion copies thereof, to the General Land Of.
Iht\'ariont|"ililic ortVes. He I will nUen. Ailm'r. of I I(;. rrrdin, iic1asd.! s'-rvc in the army oftll United States : Provided company
inn -21 |R1P : ; I paymaster; so authorised and provided be attached certificate that he had faith- lice ; und! all entrys and surveys which may
nil pr"IItiun caim'lle proem ing j vu.: -I. .H I That, in certain ca.es where ollir'fan' or regiment. a
IMits for public I .-' 1'1 hordes, I lo.t jntli''StrKc N. I'.-'Ml pe.si.iis having cl.limo n
41141.e, 'Inii dSia! .e'. property destroyed etatiarc rctpie::ttdtu pr' s. OL the !al. for sttile- respect ..ay on the footing of other paymasters to double t -hall h be allowed one hundred and .i'\lyarrr t reservation, in satisfaction of any such nat-
iiivHli), rcrolutiunaiv and navy ppu.i"n"-i 11tII, 1111{ a1.l o ilume II.'\I d..11'oguiust( the s>uiscrjbrr I of the amny.See. additional one allowed i in this section sh.dl off! rants, on lands not previously entered or surveyed -
"'claims for evolutionary ''\ i ire', whcth- IiiI(1".1 inli\'jdl.II ', 10. 111 1OIC inti-ri-strui in : That not be included in the number to be doubled.Sec. !!, I of land de-iun.ited; surveyed, and l.iyed
inuiiuuin, JIIlfrHY, (I bounty l.tm), n' wI'1 ( aid t ;
M-aiiKt the Mate .if Virginia rs the U liu'll .S't.Mtes.; lhl!', ,.f LciHi (. ,unity C.uit, the] AJ"ill-trall.r, ::'the, coips of !IlpO'_'1 a pJit .1 I engineers shail bi* from and rfter the of this. all upon sifh conditions as maybe provided by and survey, shall be held to be good and valid -

nlc'aiI1": pr '" in oull.f contract with the coernannt.jor \- \ill tile' lafin II nr '()lifl1;III.IIIlk.II M-it'emem,1 1 organized I and] I in i m :n'asel) by regular pron.o'i | passage 01' act, -n which l.md! shill l he patented t to the any omission heretofore to extend the time
d.tmsacs pustnined in c 'n .cl1enc of t and ir c a- admun accenting tolaw. lral\ | li"tlllt"II l I' in t-e! .Arm the United State*; ; ; and
t'3tc1 : tin* siid of such entries to
Ir"r.1 llicl lions in the same so that corps I for the making surveys
the action or conduct' of the' '"\'erm' nt. And in- J'. (J. 'shall he for lie ears and I that the month soldier or his heirs, and be not assignable
'' --- --- --- ---- consist of one colonel, one lietit. col., rom the contrary notwithstanding : 'Provided, thatno
11'11, a.iy. business' $ bcT re ( ensreMi or thn j.iiMic' oliee. I ,! of coimiiiv.Ioiir.1, rs and suUieii; unlit 1".lruh:u1.See.
i p\ non
r hich the aid! if an or at- tltilj'r'(. ft.O rl'f" :"", Inn f 6r 1 li"I.nnuh Oi') ; And be it further enacted That locations as aforesaid, within the abovementioned
m.l require < inmy 30. ,
(f'ei" ) agent T.\J*; J. rHUE 1 I pared i.i- ac-o.u.u .>hal! be as follows! : to each sergrai.t; major.,
( ) y.JlUclnrces. h. I Mill be mo.IIlI., depending; ip"n d'TStO |pr iceed fl.ullilh I I to M'tt'c! tin III. Pet unIdch'c. *, Sec. .1. Aid lit it fi timer rnacted, Thai'j 'lul'Iennastor; sergeant, March eighteen hundred nnd| | act, be niitde on tracts of land which may
tic H.nnuutof) claim, an.1 the extent of the hervices. .1 rail I anul, ,ike iiiiincdiatc ; .seventeen (ioii.n. ; iu.'udi firs sergeant of a I ihe sixteenth :
: : m 1 .
| vacancies created! by snid overland have been previously patented, or which
"iII'"I 1- orgtini/.ntion. may
fifth section of the
much cube
ment [ ", S. : or ) company sixteen dollars ; to all iiI: oilier serjgeanfs two, :anti so I
Mn. DICKONS is V own io most of those \\10113\1 CI.lrls SiI"\.I-q. NInLPILT.lh' above those wliich caa be filled 1 by the thil tern dollars to each arliliceii act of tho twelfth of April, eighteen hundred) )| [ h'ivbeen surveyed in satisfaction of warrants -

hen, in Ctinrcswitn" the la.t few vf'ais, or wheJ assecJuno20il. I81-. 46 2in iii '<('lt corps, II.II I Ill taken fiom tin army. I i eleven,dollars !to each corporal; nine dollars: and eight, a- fix time height of en'Uted men, I granted t for the 1ei1 bounties of said officers
J ave occupied s nv public station at Washin;ioa. -- -- IVoli and to each I musician, and I piivate soldier, eight at five f'ctsix inches, the same are
All letters be
fl.t rO.llt'l ": W. C.\LL.\\\', i is a :{'nt til) of the civil engineers emplovi'd employed tin j as aforesaid, shall be made on lands-
., ,
l U f G" '. \ p. 0"1. }
( : I dollars I Provided That two dollars month hereby repealed.
,elrp"t. \ jill .i Flr'd.i. ; per
e s in
\'tL 1 G.-n. J.,1.11 P: Dur.il l, Maj. Jc-sic I Willis.April my 1'11.1.. '. der Ihe arloI the thiiteenth of .\;pril, eighteen of aid be I eta iiicil until the expiration' Srr. 31. And be it further enacted That lying upon the west side of Ludlow's line ;
:I iS-lyV.I : : hundred that the and !: pay and which nevertheless be
2H..lr.n"I ;
Hi! tiNe ; thirty-four; pay any patent may
7I!.. 1-IN i it shall bo
--- _Jiii'-_____I I of t his term of seivice., the officers of thf army not scperated -
LOOK. ,AT TIIISTHLOST -- --- ---- --- (:I"lllenl :'j the Hirers of saul corps Mull'' obtained for }land located contrary to the provisions -
( Sec. I 17. .Ind t be it further enacted That from their regiments and corps for employment
el tIll rl11 katlin:f.uml"clDnl G ru\ I \ .ooc. r.Si'hooiierTnsin" I the s.une; as allowed to officers of sim-j! of this act, shall be held and considered
7"l'I F: .Subsci ibi riias: j just p \ ;re eivi1 works of internal
.\ Plain IVotc of Hand, I : pf : d.ir :I the allowance of sujjar and coffee to the non or: improvement -
ila.: diic'-t i i tr-'in New Vmk, an n-snrtnii rank in this r iments of dragoons.! as null and) Void.
civ'n by Jimi'v C. Kirlvl. lid, to ih* Juli? '' r 01 ( 'commissioned I ofiiceis, musicians and I I or he allowed to engage in the serviceofincorporuted
1 hearer. fir fifty 4loflars1 djted ah.nii the iOtli oMiy nt i'f SMiiigind| ; .Summer (:SOODS l I ;, 11:1 n few ]. Sec. C. A nil be it further enacted, Tint :, I pnvatts'in and ofiiorr of I Sec. n i. And be it further enacted, That
companies j jtho
nieGiOCiiIlF.S.: 1 : -F.x: ecii (1 118.1)a! further lien of the spirit or whiskey, component part : ; no I
'h > |
l-.Haiid:' made payable the (irst of ii>rutry | I the-fuithority to (employ civil (engineers, in no patent shall be issued by virtue of the preceding -
Html.eilnll. 1'111. diierted
: Si 1 : of the ration t now by regul.ilion ; army I
r.fxt All pisonsare hereby ward rronitrmlin;? -Ujip.y |1'1 'h.ll' I I I the, of the ]lth of April' eighteen hundred army section, for a greater quantity of land
fir" b31d A'ote, and J. C. K urkiand fol p-irin? it.P. .c1'le.ll..111 j cull I and exiontirfor thllpl'e"Llw il't ': shall be fixed at six pounds of coffee; and I acting paymaster"! or disbusing agont for thc
I for rappitiv 'd cicilit.ALEXFOH.VY I i t. and ttventv-litmr, be and lie same is licicbvrepealed I than the rank or term of service of the office/
II. \ Y. 'a:1 if such i
IU1lll DUV.-JL. i i twelve putimU of sugnr: to every one hundred tutu 111 department, extra employ-
after the I.f f this act.Sec. boldser whom to wlune heirs or assigns -
:, or to or
June 15, isn 4 _. passage 1 I issued I 1101'1 he be soprrated from his ;
T.ll.-llilssrr.: : June I5th. lV.J.IVotirt :: rations, to lie weeklv when it ran be rC''l"irf'lllhat
JN'olicc. --. 7, And I be it further enacted, That I such warrant has been granted would
-- -- ----- the otherwise interfereI
*. done wth convenience) to public service, rp!impnt or company, or
I 4j ha\'il?: a STEAM the President of the United States ; be, have entitled him to tinder the laws of Virginia -
MI4L TIr S"I"lribr.plate' and a lr'rte.half lilts East: :1 B and he is anlhoiisrd to appoint
!,, sSiwill, bis really lt all tinifS( to supplyiih J.I.n F. K.II kli.-r i!autlur71.tI/"I. money.Sec. proper : Provided, That were officers of the
whenever it
Lum'ter' and Meal) th- se who may' fa\(4r him EIVIN \V. IH.bEY. ; assistant adjutants general, not exceeding : I IS. And) be it further enacted, That t til I army are now employed on civil or in ihe In- I issuing of such warrants ; and appears -

*i'li appbc.; tion. JOHN (J. GAM ISLE.: St. \Mark June 17-b II1! -- ; two, "jIIIJ" brevet rank; pay ali emoluments Uliflr departments as contemplated in to the secretary of war that the survey .
skill be lawful for the officers or pay
Nflmn..uhlat June 2:1:>, J 16 iH. 4&-1|fJ'LI 'O'I'ICE. a captain of cavalry as he, may composing section he continued therein made by any of the aforesaid warrants is for

.\ ). 'Months aft t ,1.1 due In'reof, we wi'l' apj; lv. dl'1 ; that they, slrdl be tkemifroni 'I the council of administration at any po l. I'ithi-' they may the a greater quantity of land than the otficer or
SIX necessary ill exceeding Yf'ar.lnl ss conveni -
11 LAC:It ItOV us an apprentice to tl.<- the Honorable 1 Jnd:: V army wil!! admit of their wilhf
the service -
ii i'iruii of the
Ixikincss. tlllREDEltK Leon County' ur L tie s oryon ItllI' think to officiate i ionce
( as chap
a blrnuakin" ,) may proper ol shall certify on each the
ChanUle-. to their, own, shall perform the duties of assistant I retary war survey
FILER. of the I laIC P"'III''on.
I lain who shall also perform the duties ol f j drawal sooner.
cf such and the officer
P. Kr.lllt.U : when, the circumstariI amount ,surplus quantity,
45 inspectors general That
Tall.ihasfice.June IB. l And he it further enacted.
: ( school! master; at such I the ,, I Soc. 32.
shall have
-' Y. WKLLFOItn: I post ; person or soldier his heirs or assigns,
of service
Detect the Thi 'i.-*. oo Kcward. June 10, 18 ;8.-15-Omg. ..fdmiuistratorsTO I ( the may require. I 1"0 employed! shall, on I the certificate of ,the superintendents of the armories at to withdraw Ins from the office of the
TOLEN the '. stai.le Sunday .-- Sec. 8. be it further enacted, ':lat Ferry shall herrafler survey
S from f-ui-srribcr'.s, 41 -- -I'IAIVI'ERM.T ------. I Ant the commanding) officer of the post, be paid Springfield' and Harper's of and his location
the 12th JV/ay lalI a }large hkol) the line and I Secretary war, resurvey
"illlt. the officers to be taken from each ihe sum of fifteen hundred
hay Io c, at the tilt viry fat, thri-e shoes..n, hIlI{ TEEN: :ll CIt Iron fergments such sum for his scr'irl'nOI, exceeding forty receive I excluding such surplus' quantity, in one body,
fiom the, Kaltiniorv f< un- transferred to the staff, under the last t [needing doliars and rations, fuel and quarters, as at
hips for month determined ,
right fore foot bare, long&Wldlll1, and black # gin SIHIrnved dollars per as may be bv from of his and a patent
f sale by HET: i'ON \F1SIIEK. section shall receive only the pay; and authorized and that the master ar- any part resiirvey
legspiccpt c'te,1Inl.out' tn) < hilt frit) mane d.yalc' the said council of administration, with hit'approval present ; shall issue such resurvev as in other
und tail%, fcomc tma\ w\ile% specks icc.aM"ied I,) June-9 41_ emoluments attached to thoir rank :in the of the Secretary of war and in ad morN of the same hall each receive ihe I'' upon That/ ,-
; however
t\ic no
(1IIar. and : sa slun1 spot lef staff but ( transfer be hundred dollars, and fuel
prejudice twelve
1,1.le ( b Irk 1"lc. .4 close oWrver will \\(1 suibscttivrs> have tins clay associated ; lcir lal lition to his pay, the said dmplain11 leallowed sum of shall be obtained on any warrant under this

I tlrc' : a .mll nick in tllc1'1' lid of hiright eye. THE Iiljn's t.tehc: und, i the fr'", of to rnk and promotion in the )line, four rations per diem, with quarters I quarters as at pressent authorized ; and tha act, unless there bi; produced to the secretaryof

1 lie is II'\'cJ. yta-sold. trlto and paces well, all Gamble & Ileid, !loccordingto! their said rank ami seniority ; and fuel. the aforesaid 1 uins and allowances to officers evidence that such warrant .
works well in lumens. Was taken with the horse for Ihp"rp'lsef'| tr ui'ui.tuij businoH I in t the city I w'nirh promotion take : aforesaid slvill bo in full compensation for war satisfactory 0
3 einarUe!.! bridle! Mi'iMiu-tfd I for lialtrr tobcatiacliul shal 1Ia'e at'rrlill I Sec I 19 And be it further, (rnacted That ; was granted for services which, by the laws
: o- I i in .
to I same tll\
"tf tisae, their! services respectively.Sec.
ti a tlgc I brass, nn under tie Illr.:1 I( Tiny will haxe cii halt..tall t I times: n gcneialKSHirlment I tie lallwr an iltltlitiollall'l'ofl's50or be appointed to instruct of Virginia passed prior to the cession of the I

. anjoneof) the same s
the .shoeing and bi idle may I e ch.uSI"\ fr>< nds nlllle'I I i puldic upon tie mo'-t favoiallettnns. $ec. 9. And be it further enacted, That and geology, with the pay and imolnment. ,time President be, and, he is hereby author I such officer or soldier, his heirs or assigns, to
.1ou five a I he lhi il'J .MM..S (;'AMfiLE.SJM.ur.II he advice and er-nsent of I
be and the
mide tnddle.'u 111 dr .llle:from cunlo"n the ncil.- ). the President of the United States now( allowed to the professor of mathematics ; 1 i/.ed, by and with bounty lands ; and, also, a certificate of the i iI

'holh'td) at ihe same tune mi-sing, vagabond, named. Jordan June 7. 18-5R- 41GALLICIIAN'S I is hereby authorized, by and with the advice and) that the Secretary of war rnav; a-sicn i tol the Senate, to appoint seven additional I register of the land office Virginia, that no 1

GoJu in, lnw, chunky)'I in.ulc, -omcwllat stooped VKGETAHLKFKVKR :and consent of lime Senate, to add to the I I'l'lartermastcl's the said professor an-assistant. to- be taken. -surgeons ; and that the officers whose appointment other warrant has i issued from the said land

Lumped &iioul< ., completed, can'll..ka ; I PILLS I I department: not exceeding liiim the officers of the Hue or cadets : which is authorized in this section, shall office for the slime services.
I4eron ill the face steadily, ha*, a pcmliar grin or AND AGUE with the rank of the and allowance of officers of
huKii,and motion nil )his hands and shoulders, certain and lasting cure lor tilie ti e.'le. For I two quartermasters genetal, assistant professor' will receive the pay and receive pay Approved July 7, 1838. i -
and of A uale colonel, two deputy qnartermasteis general, other the same grades respectivel.Approve
is assistant
a car on his ti(>jicr lip ; he fond by emoluments allowed to professors. -
drink 511111 petty gambling ; though he cannot be : WADDEL. nANPOLPn.fi LEWIS with the rank lieutenant colonel, and eight July 5th, 1838. rPublic.-No. 51.1 -

He frequently uses Tal'ali'! ""cee, April 14, 133H. _ _156_ assistant masters with the rank of I --- --
very intemperate lan. -". quartet Sec. 20. And be it further enacted, ThatvImcne'vcr Public. No. 47.] ylN ACT for the erection of the court-house .
the -
wurds ''! godlmgs and lots in JACOIJ1; [ I
goles, tioiiC.: in I 1
ant that the assistant quarters now of Columbia.
captain in the District
officers Alexandria -
his Way ol measuring quantity. His clothing i i1 suitable non commissioned act supplementary to the act entitled An in ;

hot || rcr ,LUL tli"k. he wore away a FIRST PREMIUM Sofa Maker, service slull have the same rank as is provided 01 privates cannot be procured from the li.e; net authorizing the appointment of persons Be it enacted by the Senate and [House i

*liite hat, striped tld pantahtons. lieu Cabinet Chair & by this act for those hereby authot'r/.ed ; of the clerks of'the United States,: of I
from Columbus Georgia. army to scivc as paymasters test the unsefulness inventions: to improve Representatives .'
.fimericus but it Of New York.-Iate of the officers to
10 Sumpior county, und tha. iho and emoluments
pursued assembled That the
'thought lie was by friends; When he RESPECTFULLY inform-- pay shall pa) niastets be, and hereby are, authorized and render safe the boilers of stecm America in Congress ,

l'a\es there, ills protected likely will go to Alabama, ,44..m1". '"' the citizen* of Tnllalipme-, of the quartermasters department and empowered, by and with the approbation engines against explosions approved Commissioner of the Public Buildings in the ,

perhaps' Mobile. 1 wish all good citizens in ting r-- -- and (f the TI rrnory of| Flo be tho same as arc allowed to ( flicers of sitn- of the secretary of war to employ) citizens to 28lh diY of Juno, eighteen hundred and city of Washington be, and be is hereby, :

Ind the) adjoining States, t be vigilant in tryingK ridj, generally, that he has iliar rank in the regiments dragoons : Provided perform that duty, at salaries not to exceed: authorized and dirrccted in the Iowa of Alexandria I
> such a scoundrel to justice. I will givetheahoverCwftI.J 1; pi rmaneiitly located hinlst'l That all in the quartermasters thirty eight.i t
fJ appointments each. in District Columbia' a courthouse
of five hundred annum the Senate and House of: *
for the snid (Jojwin and Horse, t l in the City 1alblasf shall be made from the per Be it enacted by
f>r one half for cither. V r. I r the purpose department) Sec. 21. And he it further enacted, That Representatives of the United States of to contain all the officers and accommodations !
t IMRKWELL. CABINET: WARE:, ; and when officers taken for such appointments business to for the court clerk .
JOXV.. tuning army all letter and packages on public America in Congress assembled 'l'hat nothing necessary ,
10 mile north Uawksinvitle, Pula ki Co. Gn. "U j ? *in ul** is: branches, and as- hold rank in the line, they shall and from Ihs commanding genet al, the col. in'lho act to which this is additional) marshal, and jurors of the county of Alexandria I

July 3. lt8. 50"4t them SUfS the public that it will be to thoir advantage thereupon relinquish said rank, and be separated (41f ordnance, the surgeon general, amid the shall be construed to exclude from the consideration and for the ncommodation of the orphans .

l>: l. following papers will tiea.c insert by UN'ing orders here instead of importing work from the line of the army ; and that head 1 of the topographical. shall be free of the commis- court for the said coutry of Alexandria
abo their actintItorpsyment.The corps and examination
m \e or four times, and forward from the north, the style 1'ld worknunsliip wil in said shall take place -
Standard of the Union, not be excelled by 8 any in the United States. promotion department trout postage. sioners, any plan of a sleam engine for pro tho plan of which building shall be submitted

i .ncl ftdcnl Union, 3Jilltdjevile! ; Columbui! papers 'rhose whoare in w'autof furniture will tlo well, I as--- in refinvcnts o and corps.. Str. 22. And be it further enacted, That oellin" boats constructed with a boiler. to and approved bjr the President of

Jtfobile, Ala papers; Inwimon Ala., (if any); New not 10 order frpO the north, as the subscriber will Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That the President shall be, and he is hereby au July, 7ih. 1838. the United States before the commencement
Orleans Bee; Tillthasufle and St. Augustine, Flo- be able to supply all demands upon tho thericbt no. the master general be and he is hereby Appioved, thereon or. if the President
deem the operations ;
quarter thorized whcne\'cr he sameC(1)CdiCflt 80'UIE
: ; those in tha Cherokee section of this may -
; [apr an dont know them al by name, I with tire.References.-Gov Call, J{.. J. Hackle E. Lock. authorised from time to time, to employ as to cause not exceeding two of the [Pnllic.-No.) 43.] of the United States deems in more conducive

nil and every al one ihem.in cmasl expressed, erman, R. Haywaid, W. II. Brodie, Capt. Brown, many forage misters and wagon masters as regiments infantry to be armed and equipped An act making approbations for certain to the public interest, he is hereby authorized : -

I publish M Tetcque ted. J, .W B. A. Alston, Co II. \V. Braden, \Vo Lester Capt he may deem necessary for the service, not and toaerve as a reginientoftiflonien, and roads in the Territory of Florida- ;to put chase the building owned by

00 B the ronght 31t" 'f t jail., a Muiatloe Lavinus, -. exceeding twenty in the whole, who shall be one other of the regiments of infantry to be Be it enacted by the Senate and House of the late Bank Alexandria; and convert it

BOY about 15 or Jlle 16 year cark faga, who have OICC. rccmrcd by Schooner entitled to receive each forty dollars per armc4'and equipped and) to serve us a regi- Representatives of the United States of into a court house, and office* for the coun

says I his name is William% ami ih.u he T iii:)subscribers Aleguniicook, from just Bangor. Maine, month, and three rations per day, and foragefor ment of ligbt infantry.Sec. America in Congress assembly. That the ty of Alexandria: And there is hereby ap

\The belongs! owner to James of :Lewis boy near Talahb5cc 30 thousand ft best near Boards, 11 1 4 2 inch. one horse ; and neither of whom shall be 23. And be it further enacted That following sums.of money be nnd the same propriated, for the purpose of erecting said

laid i requested ll Pine sawed Shingles. interested or concerned directly or indirectly the house the sum of not exceeding fifteen
..coma forward, prove property, and take 4OOOO No. ;all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with are hereby appropriated for repairing and court ,

him away. 3OO Bbl choice off"Lime.. r'llonlL1e terms, low I in any wagon or other means of transport provisions of this act, shall be and the same opening certain roads in the territory of thousand dollars, to bo paid out of any

JAMES A. t'EWMAN Jailor. All of which they Uptn TAFT, 4 CO. employed by the United States, nor in the hereby repealed. Florida, viz; moneys in the Treasury not otherwise ap
for cash. U0r are
'Fhomasville, Thomas Co. Ga. July 4, 1838. 40 Si.M.rk.. Joty G. 18<8 4tNoilce. purchase or sale of any property procured (for Sec. 24. And be it further enacted, That For opening and constructing road- from prnpriatcd : Provided, That no greater sum

IX weeks nfter date Notice, apply to the Ilor.Jndceofiiuecounty or belonging to tho United States. hereafter the officers of the pay and medical Tallahassee to lola, on the river Analachicola ) than is appropriated by thUxacfi HaU be expended

I.hal of for letters indebted to the subscriber on last i iI Sec. 11. And bo it further enacted, That departments of the army shall receive_ tho pay ,'the sum"of ten thousand dollars. in the erection of said cputrhouw

MMinistratiim on the enatcof Lon Gaven, laic PERSONS arc requested to call and set- there be added to the commissariat of subsistence of of ,the For r repairing the.road'and- 'reconstructing or the purchase of the building a
yeall ICCtlI18 emoluments officers cavalry i iI
Pf aid County, '. tie I without general) of sub- und_ 7.1828. '
deceased. A. T. GAVt1. furthe deray.WILLIAM CENTER one assistant with the rank commissary, nnd rllloluments same grades' respectively, according to whTchthev I lho'bridges anti 8 e\va1s from St. 'Augus' Approved July
sistence pay
July" 18th I8K IH.lw ,
to-\ T.ll'alluccr' July 7; I 1M3F1

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to the \Vithla-1 mctencr.i1 JI'SUP relinqulsfed
General of the Annuttaliga swamp tta _
For tAt Floridian. I the conductors of, and who were profiling paign was received on the 7th of August. near the fort, and desired to see coochee, and to the hesM: of that river ; '. of the army. Notmore than mmand
in on
came three
THE BANKING SYSTEM. by the operations of that commerce. Measures were immediately adopted to Hernandez. Several negroes I learned that thence to the Snwannee ; and thence west I p or four persons were killed by Inja|
In an article headed The 'Union Bank I By general consent, as it were, and with fulfil the views of the Government.In the same day: from them of that river, and south theTallahassee I I during the whole time General J. *'
universal confidence of the in banks, Indians had but a short time previous I Wag i
people the
of Florida.was very tar from the writer, consequence of the alarm prevailing did not intend road to Stein Hatcllee ; the whole distance : command ofthe army-a period of nearl!;
and of the banks in the people, we were ad white that they
ot the killed a man;
; 'to be considered the partisan of ''that or any the country, and the inefficiency the coast being continued swamp, extending : two years.
and in the flood that on
under they were
I other Banking Institution in the -United vancing high pressure regular'troops,'caused by their sickly con- to leave the country; from the Gulf of Mexico to the l Indians have lately been seen
tide of one anticipating or and clothing
not about
'I "SUv rH 'took the text, mere Illustrate: prosperity dition, as well as by the want of officers, I desirous obtaining powder ; miles, and along Tampa Bay, in small parties.
apprehending! danger until the fatal explo expressed it, interior from ten to thirty Exertion
of the
"principles on which the Union Bank is had been compelled to give a military organization -, ana, as some negroes further in vain made catch
miles to
sivin. It came upon us suddenly and unex and I that the gulf hundred and fifty ( were them. Cant.
tounded a subject which seems to have engaged the whole Mi they haI "come for no good ; '
; to population
Fowler in of
pectedly, like an avalanche from the cleva than from this city to Philadelphia.) came sight them, and
the attention of the commercial State out for St. Augustinea par- captor(
sat "
when '
tion and though it their frontier. This was a measure attended they with the 'ed their ponies, cloaths! & -
we were ascending, precipitated had He had several skirmishes ene- ; < ,; they
of New York. and which is destined and Tallahassees madeout
I -
probably Miccasukeys
for a time, all to the bottom, it with considerable expense, but it was ty his so far to with their rifles.
I and the result of operations, escaps
to have a powerful influence' on the future of I I started from their camp far the! Alachua] my,
left an impression unfavorable only to the the only means in my power preservingthe six General has
: are Taylor returned
banking system of the country. We I frontier to steal horses and drive off cat- as they have been reported me, I to Tampa
and not to the from entire devastation.
hare within the short space of twelve years, means employed, as impracticability I country I I Indians killed, and fourteen prisoners. I from the reconnoisance he made of the'
I I witnessed two crii, and one in of the mountain objects essayed. kept tHe mounted men constantly scouting tIe with a battalion of northern posts, and vicinity ofthe
!t panic our their chiefs, had sur- Colonel Snodgrass, I Okefe.
the Indians
with The
We have passed: through the storm, to deter the from approach I by
\ i and nil enemy nokee and is
monetary operations, produced by Fort Alabama volunteers, was ordered to scour now attempting
I I .Apprehended or real derangements in the exchanges upper rigging of our ship, our" hin breakers, ing the settlements, or annoying the inhabitants I rend' red to me by capitulation at and hammocks between Black I. with the Tallahasse open negotiations
and rakers, aline Dadc in March 1837 and, in addition, swamps Indians
sky scraper, moon gone and taking measure to ;
t of commerce! growing out of the ; was I And there i is
and some
end creek and the Ocklawaha, out, prospect, as I
f'T mixed of and the metal by the board ; the hull still uninjured, commence active hostilities so soon as a Powell had, in May of that year, gone into I am informed -
currency paper that the who
with the rich of our in or destroy, Indians in by express cached
freighted productions arrive. Lieutenant Colonel Harney, at capture, any here
*1 These changes and fluctuations, fatal to en1t small regular force should L
Our alone have and then to last night, making a tolerable
&of wealth. pilots section of operate
our ,
dustry grab
snbsistance country
Mellon and had received to ,and
terprize and industry, will occur train and Whilst thus engaged, the commandingofficer ,
been unskillful, -relying too much on paper between the St. John and Ocklawaha. I of bringing the war to a close. Jn,
.r again, so long as the system continues of at Fort King reported the arrh'all take his Land to Tampa Bay. Coe-Hajo fact,
instead of-cotton and Itemp canvass, havingery (1 to him the war must soon terminate of
lIe the duty assigned 1 : ;itself
attempting to conduct the commercial interchanges of several Indians in the vicinity of that I had received subsistence for his band for performed for
\ nearly wrecked the substance of our I i' north of the latter river then crossed to 1 "want officers'as General Ta'lor\as
of the world, with convertable paper and stated that the chiefs desirous the same The former, in violation ;
concealed were
the sunken and purpose.
based exclntively on the metals as its j shoals prosperity of on banks. But speaking 'less post communicating with m(. I proceeded of his plighted\ faith, not only failed the east of the St. John at Picolata ; pass- I lately reported to the Secretary of War
reprtstntative. The activity of trade-the gold i I himself Coe-Hajo, ed around Dunn's lake ; and, recrossingat I It will scarcely believed,tbat junior; 2d
figuratively experience and time have: dcm thither. and held conferences with to go on prevented
demands of the varied departments of pro- onstratcd the total\ inadequacy of gold and I them on the 9lh of August. They expressed i{I by force and threats, from fulfilling his engagement Volusia, took a position at the Four I Lieutenants have lately been in commandof
ductive labor all call for
expansions! of of that and that
miles west two companies
paper Lakes about a junior
of issue the faithfully twenty Captain
silver as the basis a paper representative I an earnest desire for but which he-was attempting I
far far what the metals peace
money very His oncrations covered the country I now commands the 9th Infantrv.
of value to the wants of kill nost. ami'
I Imer" do. lie also attempted to
declared the of the Indians to to
in afford and whenever those majority ,
'can....r-...:.security....... ......h nr A33; thi.; 1-:.. --- <<-. We need an intermediate agent.. to I hI' :1\'prCI> In J"a"I1O' 1J.P ,niintry. .fliey I I ronolo Hnju, an unarmed herald or mes- UCl'eetlle\ : St. John and the OcKlavalm, I I there .is scarcely one nffiror per company!
: conduct the micrcnangcd ot an; i..vi .u.iii I had and west ofthe latter to Fort King and I General Taylor can with propriety
t lion is inevitable however I legitimate may were distinctly i informed that preparation senger, wlom. in a period of peace, complain -
have been the objects to which the paper and profitable commerce<< bearing a more to emigrate must be preliminary to any!j sent to communicate nuii Cue-llajo and around Orange; lake, and through the t I ofa waut of support at Washington;
uniform and certain relation thin gold and
I 1 expansions were applied. I of discussion in relation to peace; that I Nccose Yoholo. swamps about Orange Lake creek. He I I rand if the t.oops are idle, ills owing to the

\ A war between> a Govci nmont and a Bunk, silver has. to the increasing value our production would confer with them on no other sub I' As 1 had informed the chiefs at FortKing i destroyed] several Indian villages, and absence of seven eighths of the company,

.I os we have witnessed in the United States ; It must keep pace with, and be capable of jcct; that they must make up their minds!,I that I would hold no communicationwith / I though often on the trails of small bodiesof I and all the field officers, with the eXcep-

a powerful back alarmed at the immensity of expanding with the expansions! of our trade, to fulfill their treaty and emigrate; that the Seminoles unless they should determine Indians, succeeded in taking but one I tion of one Lieutenant Colonel Hawes.
11\\ its own transactions, us we have seen lately confi I I had prisoner. I This officer and Colonel Gates, have: been
and at :he same time command the when prepared] to communicate to me that[ to emigrate ; as permitted
in Great Britain ; or a demagegue under is for other Lieutenant Colonel ColTee, of the Alabama I more active and performed more duty
deuce of all interested. Confidence one determination, a depuation would be received -i no Indian to come in any pur- and
the influence confide of a in Gold mania, exciting all those of the profits of a sound papci currency.. from them; and they were directed ton i 1 pose [but to remain ; as they were :all pris- volunteers, was ordered to proceed I meritorious services in the field, than all

- J effects"ho may on a him-may disastrous to produce the bu We need money ; or that which i is without e a white flag to si-cure thorn from the attack -\ oners of war, or hostngcr who had violated ] -!:I i by land from Garcy's Ferry to Fort Mellon the other field officers united; Jet we see
I currency continued and dangerous fluctuations! will ': with four He bed I certain elected for "Brevet
siness and industry of a whole community. ; :* of any of our !scouting parties that their parole ; as many of them had vi- :: companies: man persons Commissions"
The sufferings{ we have been called to en ho acknowledged and received as such.- micht be out at the time of their approach i olatcd] the truce entered into at Fort King, !I to Fort King ; then proceeded to the I to a higher I rank, who I remainedabout

dure from the repeated occurrence of Ute of \Y c need bankers: or bankindiv'rhinls or. and, they were assured: : ] that after having ;; by occupying the country east of the St. :..Okeehumka, hammock ; crossed thc Ock- I six months in Florida, and perform.
institutionwho will make and lend tin
.t these events, have invited the general alien for- we have bec'n and will... continue fulfilled] their treaty in good] faith: by emigrating j I John, by allowing predatory parties to go I i[ lawaln immediatelbelow the outlet of I ed but the ordinary duty expected from
tion to so fraught with evil money ; least [I Ahapopkn ]lake moved along the eastern them. Fair play i is a jewel ofinestima-
subject good or to be, 1)i rover*; and most of all, we require I :: to the country assigned them west ;, to the frontier, and by killing one i ; I "
to a people. the public confidence iu this money, and i in of the Mississippi, the Executive would white man ; and as the white flag had been i side of that lake, and thence to Fort Mel ble value.

It is the growing opinion of the most those who rnnkr, loan and use it for the pub receive a depredation from them, and hear allowed for no other purpose: than to ena- lon. He was afterwards sent on nn expedition I had the officers }been with their proper

thinking heads, and of( the most experienced) lie advantage. Cold and silver bcinj! inadequate and attend to any thing they might; haveto ': hie, them to communicate and come in with- !.I from Fort Christmas to Tohopkeliirn. regiments and companies in Florida, several -

commercial men, that the metals, gold and to our commercial \\nnts, on what say. : out danger of attack from our parties, it I''I I hundred men would have been sent

si/rcr, are inadequate, all an exclusive cnrren- basis of paper issues, more in harmony with Coc-Hajo I the princip.il l'hiefpreent, became my duty to secure them on being ,I Major Lauderdale, with the Tennessee to the Okefenokee a month ago.and given

cy, to the demands of trade. The truth of our increasing prosperity{ population and informed me that many of the Serninoles : satisfied of the fact that they intended to :'i volunteers, crossed the St. John] at Picola- protection to the Inhabitants i in that quarter -
is obvious
the opinion to who will look
any country, can we rely, than on that issued;; on 'I Ita. traversed the between that and their would hare
into it. While the population of the woild, chiefs were in favor; ofthe treaty, and ready i return to their f.lnes: es. I accordingly I ; country river ; presence pre-
the iccalth that On banks based)
o and the varied productions of its soils and as the Un ion of Bank country is, on,-the of individuals to emigrate; but Appiacca and Powell, required Gencr.il Hernandez to seize them, j I and the Atlantic to Volusia, and thence vented the Indians from committing the

climates, all seeking by the veins and ute of the State or 'I\'nitory.--On properly the who controlled the young men, were opposed and take them to St. Augustine ; but, notwithstanding (to Lake Monroe. recent murders near Camp Pinckney.

.- lies of! trade, a healthful circulation throughthe land, from the fertility of which is gathered I to the measure, and] that the formed : : their character as prisoners I General Hernandez commenced operations Col. Harney has been actively engaged

whole system of commerce, have been our rich staples : In short, our cotton bags had threatened with i death all who favored 'and hostages who had violated their par- r east of the St. John in September.) for some weeks in preparing fir an expe-

)I :increasing geometrically ; the metals! by our tobacco and sugar hngshrads, and our it. I He added], however, that the chiefs of ole, and who, according to the laws of war, After securing Powell and Coe-Hajo and dition to the Suwanee, down the Withla-
which we in days gone by, measured the val I rice casks. Institutions thus based on real I the nation }proposed to hold a council on ''as rccogui:-ed by civilized nations, had their bands, lie was ordered south to coochee the Ock-la-wa-ha, &c."e are

exchanges, have been diminishing, or at all 1 community, can be enlarged and multiplied I whole policy wr s to be discussed, and particularly should' be treated with every kindness, i prisoners.: He was again ordered forward On his return to Fort Hcileman, he will

' an events arithmetical, have not ratio.increased What at a then grea'er, is to than be :i with the incrra-ing/ wants of a paper ngenry I : at :Iis instance, the question of and have every accommodation consistent to New Smyrna, when the general 1I10I \'('- push an expedition South, up the St.
done ? Shall we cramp our entcrprize--lessen or currency.; They are morn secure thin emigration; hut he was certain that Ap- with their. security. I mcnt of the army took place; his mouni Johns, to the Everglades.

our productive labor-paralyse our industry i I supposed metallic bank, because the tliinjr; piacca would prevent the council if possible : Soon ?lter the seizure of the Indians, i ted men by land, and foot by water, on

and get rid of our surplus popula The hypothecated officers can is nUHC tangible treacherous and visibli*.-tithe or at all events oppose the execution I Powell and eoe-II lajo: requested: ] an inter- i' the Atlantic. lIe caused posts to be e>- BUENOS AYRES.
prove only *
ton, by pestilence famine, and wet; because stockholders (who alone should! bo sufferers of the treaty. lIe promisedto view with me. I saw them at my quar- 'I I'tablishc-d at New Smyrna, and at the The New York Commercial Advertlcer,

I, those metals, which we have f found most convenient for the rnisrnampemcnt: of a b.mkj a< meet me at Fort King in twenty days, and tcrs, at St. Augustine. They informed hnul-o\er, from Mosquito Lagoon to Indian says ;:-" The latest advices from Buenos

to use as the measure of value and they cannot run off{ with land, homes and inform me whether the chiefs had met in I me that J/iconopy. Jumper, Holatoochee, river ; made arrangements to receive Ayres, are of May 24th, at which time the

the intermediate agent commercial interchanges I stares, the things pledged: to the public f for council, and their determination. In the and the greater part of the Seminoles were .supplies west of Indian river ; turned the French blockade was maintained in aU its

i has not kept pace with our in the Rink promises to pay; and they are b, st mean time he desired that liostilies should ready to execute their treaty, and were head of it ; and then traversed the country rigor. It was confidently affirmed that

1 creased population and prosperity and there calculated to command the confidi! n"e of the cease on both sides. Ikingthen in the only deterred from coining in by theMirrnsukrys. 'to Lake :Monroe, where he communicated the government would not yield, and there
p fore alone
are no longer to the functions
community at large, ns more identified with midst Ol the with at Fort :Mellon. Here the Tcnjnesseans
I wish them Sickly' oonaon, I ocrontctl to They advised that messengers me were hints of a revolution; and the over
to On the
we perform. con the great agricultural interests of the country, the and, : be : and I .: joined him and he
1? traty should we not with the growing intelligence proposition; it was arranged that sent Miconopy Jumper, proceeded thrown of Senor Rosas, the present supreme -
t of the age, rather seek if not a substitute which the are not only but pledged which to the securityof the Indians should all withdraw south of and' requested to be allowed to send fir I forward to the head of the St. John. governor, or rather dictator. Therewas

D for the metals, some other, represents community in are that intrreseddireltl.v Fort Mellon, and on no account return : their own people, who, they said, would Lieutenant Colonel Pierce, with several but one American, ship-the Nile-
: preserving unimpaired secu- north of that that should in assured that their ]lives :'companies of his regiment, (the 1st artillery in harbor which
I live of value; retaining gold and silver a* post; they neither come on being Buenos Ayres was expected -
'v, the measure : but to have some other agent rity.On this subject I may enlarge hereafter.A cross to the eastern side of the St. John : would be spared. I permited them to I II I: ,) moved in barges down Indian river, to sail in about a week, with the

: to discharge the functions of exchanges. FRIEND TO THE rnnspERiTTOF FLORIDA. nor to the western side of the Fort King 1 send messengers to their familes and people to the inlet, here he established a post, minister to the United States on board.

Would' you limit the powers of the steam t road; and that the violation of any of those and I sent a messenger to Miccnopy built Fort Pierce, and employed his

4 engine, which is effecting sucbtwonderful re General Jcsup's Report. terms should be considered] an act of hostility. ,: 'command in bringing supplies from the NEW YORK, July 2;.

volutions in the arts, manufactures, and nay WASHINGTON: CITY, July, 1838. I The principal Indian force on the 1st haul-over to the fort, and thence to Fort !I P 1 1U1 Cl .-Captain Wenchekack, of

igation would to the limit fuel the which generation coal only of steam affords, the SIR : Having been relieved from duty Coc-Hajo: didn t return to Fort Kingat ': October, as 1 ascertained about the 10th Jupiter The result General Hernandez's I the brig Ceylon, arrived at this port last

agent of you the workings. of ihe engine, to fires in Florida, by the orders of the Government thc time appointed ; and I learned afterwards : I I of that month, was concentrated on the I I operations was two Indians killed]] night from Marseilles, reports that on the

raised from but one inflammable substance? I deem in proper to present a narrative that but few chiefs had attendedthe Upper St. Johns, though there were several and I two hundred and ninety-seven Indians 4th inst., in latitude 36 degrees 13 min-

and yet this limitation would not be half as of the principal operations of the council, and those who attended, I small roving bands north of Fort and negroes taken.Lieutenant I;, utes, longitude 47 degrees 20 minutes, at

absurd as the attempt to -ripple and circumscribe army under my command, as well as an though they made a law to punish any of'I'' Mellon and Tampa Bay, and other bands Powell, ofthe navy, with a I i. about 9 in the afternoon, he met a schooner -
Il : the commerce flf ihe world to the rev explanation of the measure I consideredit their people who should commit depredations spread over the country south to Florida small naval and military force, proceeded I I: with fore and maintop gallant sail,

riluiions vkhirh gold and tilcer only can per my duty to adopt, in the campaign in upon tits white inhabitants, decidednot i point. The theatre of my operations extended south from Fort Pierce, to examine the i isouthrlagoon II steering to the South. Hoisting a Portu-

form. The old and simple mode of trade that Territory; reserving to myself] the to ]leave the country.t I over more than five degrees ol.lat-I of that river as far as Jupiter guese flag, the schr. fired several guns a-

: ivas the changing direct, one commodity fflr right to present a more detailed report, so I' On the 4th of Sept mher, sevcrel negroes itude. To cover a country so vast, forty I inlet. lie landed at the head of one or, head of the brig, & compelled hero heave

another. He who had a pound of cotton, soon as a release from my other duties ,! surrendered at Fort Pc)ton, near', posts were required to be occupied the branches of Jupiter river ; fell in with[ too-ordering her boat to be sent along-

and seek wanted the producer its equivalent of tobacco in tobacco who ,needed had to will afford me the time to prepar it. | Su Augustine, and communicated important -' during the campaign, and I was and attcked a body of Indians ; and. after I

't i\\ cotton, end thu8 barter with him. The When I presented a projet of a plan' of j information. Lieutenant Peyton, obliged to operate from a base extending a most gallant effort, was overpowered by I side.The captain and two men went on board

!c f tern was defective and altogether impracti sys campaign on the 15th of June, of the last .I the commanding officer of the post, m>de j I from Charlotte's Harbor, by the way of numbers, and compelled to retreat with of the schooner, when five of her crew

i: cable on a large scale : It cramped rntei year, neither expected nor desired to retain arrangements to proceed with part of Kis the Suwannee, to St. Augustine, upwards the loss of several officers and men killed: manned the boat and boarded the brig.

[ prize, and cooled those: stimulants which the command of the arm,". I believe command, against a bo'yof) Indians and!''of three hundred miles. and wounded. He killed three Indians !. Not finding any money, they took what

operate in these days, tf e beneficial on the that I had accomplished] all that it was negroes, which they represented to be for-! 1 had desired to commence operations I and] a negro, and made pne prisoner. I i provisions they wanted with a box of wine,

; prosperity and industry of a community.The .-- possible for me to accomplish with the't ty or lift)' miles below. Brigadier Gen. on the 1 st October,because, at that time, I General Eustis having organized the regular : and left her-subsequently releasing the

'I" very embarrassments felt under this means placed at my disposal : yet I was ',: Hernandez, who commanded the troops th St. John is navigable a greater dis- I troops by assigning the recruits to''!. Captain and his men. Before leaving his

aboriginal mode of conducting the trade of aware the publicand particularly the pco- '! and posts east of St. John, increased the tance than at a later period ; and I could companies,and having caused Volusia and' brig, the captain had taken the precaution

countries since produced the changes we have pie of Florida, were not satisfied with j!I force, took tbe direction of the movement, then have availed myself of more than two Fort Mellon to be occupied, and propergarrisons I!|i F to conceal some 1500 in specie in a cask
I seen, and the substitution a represen what had been done. Florida presentedno and proceeded south; the result of his operations I months of the services of the Florida of mounted men and foot to be of water on deck
tathre of value! for the I
among the imp, vemements thing of an lseh intellectual : It is field (for( military distinction. I had was the surprise and capture oft.i o I troops, whose term of service expired inDecember. placed at the several post on the frontier Capt. Cobb, of the ship Hibernia arri-

people and an enligh'ened age, thereforeto gone thither by the order of the Govern- j!I camps of Indians and negroes, among': The regu'ar' troops, however 'i to Fort King, proceeded from Gaa'ey's'Ferry Aed last night from Liverpool, reports that

substitute, for the direct exchanges of the ment, at great personal sacrifice, with no ': whom were several] important chiefs. I did not begin to arrive until near the on the 17th of November to Fort I i on the 5th inst. at 4 P. M. he spoke the

various productions industry, intermediate object in view, beyound the faithful per i i One of the chiefs, Eniathla, (King last of October, and they continued to Mellon. Colonel Twiggs had been previously I! British brig Isabella, 150 days from Sydney -

agents to perform those exchanges and those formance of my duty. I felt that I had I I Philip,) desired to communicate with his come in until December The principal detached to Volusia with instructions New South Wales, bound to Lon-

more conveniently and more satisfactorily to performed that duty to the best of my abilities -:: family, to induce them to surrender. Gen !;, volunteer force arrived about the 1 1st of I to examine the country between the I(, don. On the day previous In the afternoon -
I t
all parties. Gold and silver, certainly the ; but I believed the interests of the Hernandez permitted one ofthe pris- December. i St. John and Ocklawaha ; and Colonel] the Isibella had been boarded by a

very beat agents, from their intrinsic value, country required that the commander of': oners to bear his message. Coacoochee, I Colonel Smith, Louisiana, was ordered Mills:: had been detached from the Suwan- Spanish piratical brig of eight guns, full

'' ttelected which could and have been employed were first the troops should possess entirely the pub-I j,! (Little Wild Cat,) a son of Philip, returned to enter the peninsula through the Co- lice flontier, via Fort King, to the same (I of armed men.

._ equal; to so the long duties ns their to be capacity remained lic confidence; as without that confidence with the messenger. Philip, after conferring -I loosehatchee. His operations covered the I point, with orders to scour the country on I t They took the spare sails of the! brig,

there was no desire to dismiss them performed.from 110 military man can perform his duties efficiently -1 with him, proposed to send him out whole country from that river south to !j I his rout. I accompanied General Eustis'scnmmand I I with the cordage, canvass, and twine,robbed !;

service, or to substitute other servants ex under a popular Government; with messages to the chiefs( and people, ,Cape Sable. The results were one or I[I to Volusia] and there joining, j the and seamen of their
cepting as in the case of tho Bank of Holland; and I hold that the moment the public promising that many of them would return, I two skirmishes in which he lost a few men, I II' the mounted force under Colonel Twicrgs .clothing-passengers carrying off whatever would

' issuing checks or acknowledgements of de confidence is withdrawn from a General, I: with him. General Hernandez informed, probably killed some of the enemy, and and Colonel Mills, proceeded to Fort suit their purp'oses.;: On the morning of

posit, as a matter of convenience/ to repre the executive is bound remove him : for me that he was under( no obligation; to alj I took two hundred and forty-three prison- Mellon by land, where I arrived on the the 5th, the Isabella fell in with the V. S.

sent the less portable metals actually depos no matter what may be his merits, or how I j low him to leave St. Augustine, but, on I ', er:,. I((2Gth of Nevcmber. Late in that month, sloop of war Cyane, and comiM-nicatctl

ited. These Checks, therefore, were used transcendent his abilities, his private and !; full consideration of die subject, I deemed[II General Taylor was directed to proceed : the cheif Coa-Coochee, with seventeen of the above intelligence to CaptainPercival,

instead of gold and silver, and were very personal interests should not be put in I[' it proper to permit him to go with the: from Tampa Bay, open a road hi nearly i I| his band, escaped from St. Augustine. who hauled up the south east

justly considered as such, for they could always competition with the interests of the nation. message of his father. He promised to I an eastern direction into the heart of the I At Fort Mellon, I found the messengerssent in immediately of the pirate. Captain Cobb

command the bullion which they actu Such being my sentiments and opinion; : bring in all the Seniinolcs ofthe St. John;: country, establish a post on the head of out by Powell and Coe-Hajo and the pursuit the Issabella with sails and
ally represented. supplied
I could not for a moment permit the Ex- I Lut I authorized no one to be invited to I I'' Peas creek, another on the Kissimmee, messenger I had sent to Micconopy. That

, In time and however convenient, these checks, so advantageous ecutive to be embarrassed by any considerations ]- come in for any other purpose than to re-'I and attack the enemy In that quarter His chief sent me word that he was ready to stores. _

' 1: to commercc, and such as was tney the ha.l confidence become personal to myself, and I asked] remain. I promised, however, that all I operations covered the whole country east f fulfil the arrangement made at Fort Dade, COALhiEEXPLOSIoHallif3x papers -

'jl t l reposed in these acknowledgements, and so through the Abjutant General, to be relieved who should come in and surrender should II of the Fort King road, Tampy Bay, and and he had no doubt ofinducing the cheifs mention the occurrence ef a melancholy

seldom were they ever returned to the bank from command. receive kind treatment. Previous to life I the Gulf Mexico: from the Withlacoo- and the greater part of his people to sur- accident at the Picton Mines. Two

', for the substance they represented, it was Your decision was received throughthe departure, he examined several sites in dice to theCoIoosehatehce, and cast of the render. .oun"' men both about 22 years of age,

' loen discovered that a larger amount than General-in-chief; discretion was givento I company with General Hernandez, for the Kissimmee to the eastern line ofthe Oke- Conclusion next tccck. )were: decending into one ofthe new range

"!,' the buiUioi in deposile, might be safely used me to retain the command, or retire purpose of determining on a suitable pos- chobee. He came up with the enemy on of pits recently sunk by the company, others -
" ..; answering all the purposes of money. Hence from it. Had circumstances remained as ition for an encampment. the Okechobee on the 25th of Decemdcr' From the Georgian. who at work completing a com

,'',\ the oricin of paper expansions on metallic when I asked to be relieved, I. should He went out, and on the 17th of October .- actacked them, and in one of the best LATE FROM FLORIDA.Ay munication were with the water pit intended to
deposits, of paper money, professing or prom have retired at once; but a material 'change returned and reported that about actions bad not
a fought known to the Steamboat coal They
our Charleston
iting to history,gained Capt. drain the new pits.
on a
pay supposed deposit of gold taken place: the either mistakenor hundred Indians
press and oftnem
I and silver equal to all the calls as many negroes, a complete victory, though with great Hubbard, from Black Creek, we are m- desended above 30 fret, when one
made on it. Hence, the origin probable of our bank- misrepresenting in my motives, had denounced were on the way to St. Augustine. General loss of officers and men. The enemy depted to our attentive correspondent for announced that his safety lamp indicated

: jog system and convertable paper of which me no very measured terms for Hernandez, with a detachment of have acknowledged a loss of fourteen kill- the following a heavy presure of gas. This announcement

one dollar in gold and silver, has not only asking be relieved; and the people of the troops, went out to meet them. He met I od. During the whole General Tay- FORT KING, E. Flor Aug. 1. was instantly followed by a ** nc

: been made to perform the office of three, country far as well as the officers of the army, the advance at Pelliccer's creek, and directed lor's operations he has taken and secured Sir I-have, as usual, but little news to explosion, by which the two young men

.'..: but very often, of five, six, and even ten,- so as their opinions were made knownto them to move forward to Fort four hundred apd eighty-four Indians and communicate. Last week two soldierswere were thrown into the air to the height ol
< These expansions, as they have been called, me seemed to desire that I should retain Peyton, were)it was intended they should death of course the
negroes. killed by the Indians in the 1 oO feet. Instant was
have not been the command. vicinityof
the and .
'f result of My feeling interests
gambling and encamp.On Brigadier GeneralNelson, with a brigade Fort had result. At the time the explosion OCtD I
;;: ..:: *culalionhowever stimulated nt limes they alike prompted me to retire, but in the pos. the 20lh, John Cavallo sub-chief Micanopy. They gone out, surrounded by I
a Georgia volunteers, was directedto without the of the was
mouth pit
have the! _
1. may been by ition I then found 1 permission or knowledge
speculations, amounting myself believed I was a hostage who had violated
: : almoct to his parole in secure the frontier of Middle Florida, the commanding officer. Several people, eight of whom were severely wounded I
gambling, but have been forced not at liberty to do so, and I announcedmy May of last r cent 'attracted
upon bauks b* the demands of commerce, intention to remain. year, came into St. Augustine and the western part of East Florida. His murders have accurred, at various pointson and an old man whom curiosity j
p ad with the approbation of those who were Your letter with a message from Powell and Coc-' operation covered the country west ofthe the frontier, and it' is computed that to the spot, was so severely mjor*

approving my plan of cam Hajo, stating that they had encamped Fort King road, from the southern point about 30 persons have fallen by the rifle that he died almost immediately after*

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.I for aid : : __ __ --- .. \ -r--i-_ .1 c- -
,, L [ -=- 'liperintenJ the printing and revision of the perate cries saw them strugling I b:: I I -- --
1LORIDIAN. laws. This act, of which the writer seems to I with the waves, when even hope had almost Candidates for the Convention. I Tax Collector's last Notice. months after Notice.date will ac.
THETALLAHASSEE G E are authorised lo announce the following Pursuance of law, the undersigned will at. SIX we present oar
have been ignorant is the only act which imposes forsaken them, and notwithstanding 1 and vouchers the Hon. the Judge of
\ pemlemen Candidates for the State tend "one additional da, a* the new CourtHouse &
. FLORIDA : real official duties on the Secretary.- he was distinctly hailed by them he refused from tht a irrespective counties. in Tallahassee, on Saturday the 1st Sep- the Counly Court of Gad
The charges are as ill-timed and as unfortunate to offer them any assistance, and proceeded Leon County. temt- : 1838. Delinquents nerd rot expect ( rlherindul"ence be Samuel dincharged Edwadr from ihe, deceased.administration on the estate

,: iiirdaMornIngAII1USt1M, 1838 as time stray resolutions of last winter, as on his course. The reason which he Col. ii:. Washington Jas. D. Weslcott, Jr. be than the him time specified by 'law.his 8 official ii ran- RACHEL EnWAROS..dmr'i.

happens that for the last two months, in Maj. John Taylor George Ward no granted by consistently wit H'M. .
i afterwards assigned for this wanton and llaj. He therefore hopes expects his' J.IUBBfRD.fdm'r
The St. Herald of the 28 ult. oht.auun:
Augustine 19th 1834.
f pursuance of this law I have been engaged murderous of Gen.Lejghi Read Samuel Parkhill citizns to Le prompt, in the liquidation of July m
that he
neglect duty was
Mates "h isvery generally reported, and as without intermission n in the compilation and Thomas Reynolds L. A Thompson,Esq. their taxes. Jail At Sr.. Mark,

generally believed, that the Florida! ilatia I Il revision of the laws of Florida for publication.The feared another vessel, bound to the same Col. H. W. Braden Col. A. M. GatlinGov The exiSting Revenue laws, require taxes to b .CommlUe. Negro )1"D.iho

are again to b5 called into service, undcr ; object of these covert attacks is seen and port as himsef would get in before him. John Branch Col. Wm. Wyatt pnid on or before the 1st September in each. I' says his name is MIL Sad.f tlt (L.
every year. longs to James MoaigomervCounty ,
. command of Jen. Hernandez. It is aid : will hI appreciated by the }eop"I am a We the Wilmington, N. C. Co'. Rout. lIttler Col. John G. Gamble WILLIAM H. MICHAEL, Alabama. Stud negro M Mont

I candidate : A visit; to St. paperH\l ascertain thenatne of this inhuman Gen. John P. Du Val Gen. Thos. Brown Tax Collector, Leon Co. 5 9 inches nich, and about V4 yar .
fel :
that the older has been forwarded to Gen.
Joseph, (where I own no property) is to be monster, and publish it in connection Or. Thos. B. Wynn Major Ben. Chaires August 1. IKE_5Mf ; The owner of SPid Slave i is rtques-

Taylor for that purpose.: *' I construed into a permanent residence--hut with Gadcdcu Notice. ed to come forward, prove property, pay charge
I infamy. office M rf.h l and lake him ROBERT
II'iVEresigned my as > andCnnl'able.Any LLOYD, Julor.
------ away.
I the head and front of offending is, I
very my Daniel Buie John ford
this week Cay person my receipt for July 19ih JS38. 5 We have inserted in our paper that I have dared to exercise the right of i I NEW YORK MONEY MARKET i Jefferson County. notes or accounts can have holinJ by applying i.

the reply' of John P. Du Val Secretary of II I free man, and presided at a meeting of the 1 I The Express of Saturday has the following Joseph :'Canr<, Esq. Farquhar Macrea, Mr. David C. Wilson or to Wm. Hilliard, Esq. Grnfral Avsortment BLANKS.of Blanks prnted: on
the of" Enquirer," who would be dictated their SILAS H. COURTNKY.Tall.ihas A
queries not to
the Territory, to I people, by I j gratifying report: Daniel Bird, Esq. John N. Partridge 'ee, -durint 1st, I8t8. 53-tf 20 for sale nt this Office.

in our last. It will be noticed that it contains i solf constituted lords and masters. Thii isan I Money begins to be plenty again. Both Col. James Garden Col. Abram Bellamy. Notice. p.pr. ?, BUnk Deeds,

offence for which I am to be forgiven Simmons, Bills of Sale,
never I
and scurrillous allusion this -
to k after date I shall the
we to
u coarse banks and for apply Jndgr
be scowled down the I i capitalists having a long Cliuttnlioochee River Lands forsale. SIX Attorney's. Declarations,
and its correspondent This would' ; and as I cannot by thf County Court of Leon County for letters 81Ibpna" .
press proud man's contumely, the arrogance and period been collecting in and hoarding up Subscriber offers for sate his Land in Dc- administration on the estate Samuel //.Hod. & .
THE &c. < &c. &c.
have: {uglified us in refusing the article admission insolence of office, insidious are madeto ; their funds, there Is now a disposition to County, Gco.situated din-oily on the son,deceased, on behalf of the heirs of I'il estate -

; and w? were at first inclined to do lessen in estimation attemps but relyingon extend and let out. The amomt of good mahoochee river, about 11,000 acres in 1 body JOS. PICHARD O: Jr. A CARD.
me your ; 900( of which is immediately in the valley. Aug 4, Irm.: -6 w Have the honor and satisfaction
so, but on consideration of the whole piece, the common sense and honesty of the people -1 business paper is not sufficient to employ and about 2">0 acre s in cultiva'ion and Ive repair.. NEW GOODS. I to the frii.ndsof the DaJe Inslitut orannoandnj; ,

we came (to the conclusion Ihl1t the silliness I cannot be driven from my position I i the funds now lying idle, and banks as The prt sent crop, and stock of every kind can be I/ 1 1 HE Subscriber has just received per schooner that the work is progressing every flop of uces. -

fearlessly abide the result, believing that of had with the land. Cotton planteis are invited to J Bunker Hill!, direct from New York The continuance of our Indian e
of the residue of this effusion pave us by its wi :, well as capitalists arc buying largely cal and cia nine !for themselves, both a for heal h and is is the primary reason why it has not been brought
you have not so soon forgotten the last and Mr. Biddle's bonds in this soil a bargain, vill be offer .d. now openins a general assortment of'su.h goods
satisfaction city as *
publication, as perfect as we payable a, are suitable for ihe to the consideration of Congress this session. That
sea"D. are invited -
best truth penned by Mr. Jefferson, That and interest of six cent WHITE J\N II. OWENS.Decntnr J'urrhaer patriotic and enlightened body will doubtless view
)hnthc heart to wih of this man for bearing an per to call and examine for themselves.Low .
any the time has passed when it was believed that Co Ga ,7th Aug", ; 2uf for cash or approved credit. It in the light in which it has ben viewed I>y the
inull:: he could offer us. The insinuation in I They are readily taken at par. One bank "- and of the work ot
the people wore born ready saddled and bridled -' $IO REWARD. A. F. DUVAL.Tallahas eSecting feeling I a -
that Press and its yesterday took from a Broker a hundred .e-, Ay 2 1E3 immense usefulnesschanty, and beauty, and altogether
favored 52-tf
this reply our correspondents and a few ready booted and 'ilat St. Marks, on ihe 13th inst. a _
the of and
thousand dollars five BROKE worthy patronage a great mag-
and another
have bf'ret.r.He made; him the subject !spurred to ride them legitimately by the {race thirty loy called MILE3, about 24 years of Florida Peninsula Railroad&SteamBoat lanimon nation. Whatever be i its issue

or remark or allusion, either respectful or of God. J 0 H N P. D U VA L. ;I I thousand at this rate. One ol largest aje, five feel ttn inches high, belong to JamesMcNnll Company. I hope my fellow citizens will believe may me.when

Tallahassee, Aug. llth, 133S. banks )e tlrd:)' wna negotiating for an MonljoTierv\', ): Ali" Iwo ne- A nFTIN..t th".SforkHolrt.rs of the FLO- J l s.iy, iliut it is the honor and happiness of my felw .
disrespectful, we nail to the counter ascountcrferfeit \ The Declaration of the Southern Zf" fellows named GIBLO I ant BOB, bfl"nil? PENINSULA' RAIL.ROMD .?ND .) en a'nren, I a.f.-..;. _0 ,1,. .(|san,-eincnt .
----- ---- amount.-
and base. The is the to Thou a!Frizzle,of Pike County, Al.ibnma. The STEAM-I3OAT COMPANY, \il.e| held in person of the best interests of my C
"Enquirer" HEAD Qi;.MITERS, RANDALL'S PI.AXTTAT'N. and New England Banks to return to :Ibn\-l reward will be ptid for mi,
first article that: we recollect in hich he has! I' July 27th, 1S3S I specie payments on the 13th August, together liveI0 either of I the Subscribers ir Pike or )lont.gotflrY day in September next, f.r the purpose of p'ectirg! J. A.1 NORM S.

lecl1lloticcd either editorially or anonymousI i The term of Service for hich Major 1 with the advices last received from county Alabama. or fitly do'lars! for either. : president &. ieven Diiectors, and trans''dins July 9th, IrtH. .r l-if
JAMESMrNEILL.THOMAS : *u.'h other business a* the inti rest of"ihe (Company(
I Had we any ill feelings to gratify wehave \ Talor, Commanding Battalion and Capt \ Europe, has given a good deal of tonfi- FlUZZLE.Aar. nny quire, JOSEPH R. RANCHES, Notice.
Ncwsom, company of Florida j 17th 8. SMfIVotict JOHN M. FONTANE, I iX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Tion.
had ample opportunity. In at lcatthree cnmrantlt i dence. A of and 1a
i mounted having expired, they prospect good crops a A. .' REED, the Jlt e of the County Court of Jef.rSn. for
ir-stances the conduct of Mr. Duval, in and lie large fall trade has contributed much to a *. JOHN M. I1ANSO'ANTIA fttcrs administraiir-n on the estate Farquhar 1
i (clp1ny are hereby honlahl. ti.I .- p-rsr.ns indebted DANIEL MrRENY ALVAREZ Macrae, late of t>aid county, deceased. .
himsclffrom the for better of I ,
absenting Territory several : state things. tLLL .
charged the ervicc ofthe : B.VASS.
I frm i .' the var ISjG: the funr. of AleKAENY I1IOMAS DOULAS, EDM'D
months after his appointment, and when : I In perfiiriiiining the duty Major Dearborn' I __ I i .V IIAWES. durll'ant llt years ,f31 &8. Com'rsiit. Sf Auti-: >iir I Ii
peremptorily ordered by his superiors at : begs leave to tender to Maj'ir; Ta\lor, Capt. I I BALTIMORE, July 30. are n.tificd tl>ai i.iiinedtate fiajmei.tof tle t ame Jill\10th. lR ol-tf .

Newsom and the other Officers and of i \\'e copy a paragraph a days ago i must be l.a.I") The, ac.'olnl' nre placed in the -cr's I irge quantity of excellent CORN i i"
Washing!* n to repair hither, giving fictitious i : men I frmII II hands, of the.suWriber! who i au.horizcd: to settle t
offered suit at
for in lob
i Sub.cxier! salt. to purchaser,
the Bo Advertiser vin2be Rerei-
the Company, hi. kind acknowledgements! ton daily Im'i.ediite will ..ac co t. rFIK j appointed
excuses for his derelictions of duty-his! I stating theb.imc. Ite"tiol ot? the Court of extremely low price, by gentleman who is desirous -
; tChancery I hue MdIle In 1
for the which they I New York SAMUEL. BURNETT.
readiness with
nut wealthy: citillnwof .
only t&'l
course on his arrival here in seeking to crc I a I".triet[ in the case of D. G Rnnev. -w ifPj oZ. vs < fiug the c.ty, 8 his engagements
have obeyed his orders, but for the chci-rfil" most liberal donation for the establishment Tallaha e, Aug 1J, tS-'IH.:: 2tfAdministrator's M. A.'Jrmistead, l.preby. :ives no'icto all t him .(- '' .
ate discord and) excite opposition again the I ptronsinll,11te.1 1'. S.-7/e a'! r .'.e. '(t ",11\ two Negro Men.
I lue
I manner with which they have all cooperated of a library in the latter city. The Salr.II'ILL tothf firms of L. &:)t. Jl .tfrmis'ead, > % .
Executive in his patriotic eflcrls in defenceof I and I. ff M .4 of good ch..racter-' "> BRICK LAYER-
with him in duties. In .1rml"tllfl & on note, bond. I
: taking \I Advertiser been called for the bidderon Wedmslny als"I
lllio having more : :011 to higlicM or io..k arcoiint, i.r for rent .Ihcrwi that the other a PAINTER it GLAZiLUwno, i
H or (
the to gratify a pitiful peisonal |: leave of them he both Officer and hoUM-hold kit. h'-n furni- o
country t.) specific detail, states the purport of ti. th Irt the \ in i.befi-rce! M the epie.s decree of the Court a good hr n'e servant and coach man.ttTEnnuire .
his absent himself his bestvis lics for their future &.< ., bel.inguig' to Inc I atellfJ. E. Stewart, ". ( at the of the Planters hotel
malevolence,- seeking,to men > pro-per- i information which it had received the I lure, nil ( bts unpaid wil be fiirthwith put in suit a* B.l
j on The, sale to take pbce! at bin late rclI 1838. 50fNOTICE.
from the Tenitory the whole of this summer, iiy, and hopes the time i is run fir distant decIod. th" next term of pr-yer rourt. He wi end 'al.I'Icef. July 'J.
which is this. "That Mr. John !
subject, I dl'lcp.u i a list of debts due in Garnden County, a few'
and preferring in his application: to the Sec j jrctary when we ail may retire from a sen ice, I Jacob By t.rder ofihc Administrator Isaac R Harri whimjaynent .
Astor with and days lo
in which but little military fame ( be an enlightened JhI I. H.J. Auct'n.Taltaluase l E.' Clninry persons indebted I. the estate of Dr. J. !
of St.ite. therefor, causes and reason 'al I eral spirit whichdoes him immortal Au lOih 1.3wfly ( may lt ; (her. muT call upon in Stewart,det.nn book account or otherwise ,
only ,
I gained, and hich not SUIjeClS j uto : ? It3' the subscriber at (hisoffiVe in Talh' "assee.
which did not exist ; and on the refusal of and wild of has made the New York, a donation amounting J.JMHS A Rec'r. are requested to call and discharge il.e same;
fatigijn hardships a *
the President of the U. S. JRTtELO' an-J all U-o-e! having demands will present llieiii
:\Jr.\ FOr ).lh to grant: the pcrmi : ion, his' swamps and 1"he: v hut tiI.lrate5 man) to :350,000. for the establishment of law, I, MARTIN VAX BU- JUly 26, IR3 si-tf ftr: settlement u> the :ulscriber.

absenting himself from Tall .hassce to a dis ofus, from those we hold! mo't : of a Library, including a lot I 1NpurM.ai.re( of tins United States! of Amer- Notice, JOSEPH RCI.RDSO .Jr.Adm'r.
Suhserilvrgivesnotce 10 his friends! and to 14th 1835. 49-tf
taut paitof the Territory, hive: been severely .\. DIAIt I iiOltN. \ of laud, mOlt eligibly situated, for theerection ici, d} lierthy declare and mike Known that a public TiE pnl'Iic in jjenrra', that he hn' p"ned an July -
I' SALt: % ill !I.< led: at St. Augustine, in the Territory NOTICE.rniTECop.irtnership .
M.ij. Comdg, West Suwaimee.Life of for the institution. ENGRAVING 4- PRINTING
commented upon by a Pensioner," by I a building If Florida: ., on Monday, the fifth day (.f N 3I Office in the CUPPEIU'LATF Quinsy, ",'len C'oumy, heretofore existingm the
Co.mact and other -- tVe should state some other particularsbut'I vrritb-r next, for the' di ;.oal of tlC' [public' lands JL nam'tfSTE\VART BARNARD.?
"Capitol one corrrspondent where all order! will: be executed with the greatest 4-
preferring'it..-A new f.lhinr,1life I we deem it proper to wait until they shall within the limits' of the undermentioned townships cnnand detpatcb.eomprisirg Bank Note plate. In- dissolved by the death! of Lhe senioi .partner all
whose communications, to avoid in ihe of il t "!iips in the last I'loriJa landdi.trit ,
tow n
preserver, t hap an ordinary mid fraction M indebted the flu make
of lequested
'I reach us : some other source." voi.f Hil's Ladn, Iaps,Charts, Merc:mtile and [p' rsuns to in are
excitemente have I"lIprrc" j.d. waistcoat, has been invented at Hartford, f'ol to wit: Vi-itin j Cards,&c.&r.Als immediate settlement and all having claim will

The tone and character of the reply' ol'Enquirer' | (Conn.) I is made like an common vest, I The New York American, re-1''ublishiedI North of the ba.e line and eat Ij the meridian. Copper Pfa'f Prinli/.g executed with neat please present the lam .
i the above statement :-"As regards I!, three four,and five, ness anti desp itch-Silver: plate' of description K.: BARNARD Surviving Partner.Tjl1aha.see
with the that the hrea-t and a says Fra- "allo\'nhip'one, two, I eel y
: :
will no doubt be properly estimated exception portion J 1 itli 1938. 4tfNotice
I neatlvon ved and d.THOS.. uly ,
I I the facts made I of Si. .Miiry's rherl| of range Iwcmy-lhrec ;ra repairf .
of the back are lined with I India rubber having some we [ea-l -
inquire ... .
by the public. "Enquirer"} was res'Iecfl.ll Tiiwn .hin| one, l Iwo, thief, and four, and fractional M. STRATTON.51tf. ,
which ran be inflated 11.the breath .f few i only sa we fully believe .
a cal five ol twinty-four. Q'linlY.
and decorous. Has it Cone to this thatif I ) town-hip rsiue linING the absence of the subscriber I por
moments, ami as w ell in the water as out of To\n-hii'sonr: two, and three, of rai-ge twen') Tax Collector's Notice. B Zion of the notes In.1 account of the late firm

a public functionary is enquired of in such II jit. I is nut intended that these= .shall be I THr'. MR. 1.1 10:D--will preach fi\. f U IIOC persons arrears for City Taxes pre of KEER & URGES, are lel in the hands of
the Township, of ranr" twrny: s:x.Fncti"ii.il vioiis to IH88, will take notice JAMES K1RKSEY. indebted
Presbyterian < Mr.
language, as to the performance of his duties [ put ntiYxily when traveling on the water, as I on to-morrow at tlat11 persons
l tnwi: hijn, '>ne, two three, ai.n four, o:r they come forward forthwith! and S. accounts will make to him.
I the Indian; I o'clock, A. M. and) at 3 o'clock P. M. : please payment
the response is that the officer flies into a pas- ; rubber, when uninfl tied, docs not II I role tweniys'veii.Fiaimn.il will be returned to the Inttndai't for the PATRICK HER R.

siGn and belches: forth a tnirent of abuse and II injure the appearance.; -Halt. Amcri'n I II lovvush-ps one, Iwo, and, three, of rang, purpose hiving: extcu'ion isnned. There svill L Ta1'ahissceJuly 14th, lS-3w

---- - -- I Died! suddenly apoplexy, on Saturday twentyrihtFr be no discrimination. S. H COURTENEY.
vituperation. Mr. Duval is mistaken in supposing I I 4lLtun.ESs DISTRICT, s. c. July 23. 13th inst., at St. Marks, James L. Loric- cil.'iu l ti''nlllips[ one, two, and, three of rangi lIarshal"fTal'ahassee. Notice.

his beiiig a candidate for the conven : "A Homicide. was committed at Paiks' WOOD, Esq. Merchant: of that place, in the twentynine.South i July 2oth, 13S. THE subscriber will continue regularly to run
i of t lie I'.ise line and cast tftlie nier:dian N. B. My office is in the buildirg formerly occupied .. horse Suge from duincy Chattahoo
lion induced the article signed Enquirer, ; Old Field, near Lnurens C. II. on the 21st 23d year of his:age.The Town-hip fix, of raoe ihteen. I'V McRaeny & /fuvs, now occupied by Mr.. chee, which will al"a1 leave immediately t niV.

and also to its author. Had he enquired 1 inst. upon the body of a Mr. Sexton Dun- deceased was from New London, Townships? fe and si I,,1 range nineteen. D. (?.Wil'.on-l'ersnowintates for 1838, and I the arrival of the nj from TalLhajsee. He i itals"

nnd given a 1 legitimate object for his enquiry, I ahoo. Dunahoo after some feud with Elihu Connecticut f, but had l bten some lime a icsi- Townships 10, thr. five, and six, of ranglaup" arrears, "i save cost by calling and settlins imme.. > prepared to four horseC".ch, wheneverthe

:' dent of Florida._ His manly virtuescorrect .. diately. _S. H. C. nimbcrofpassengers.tre such DS the t"0 bore
Poole, of this district for the i iI ,-
he could have known the author and he procured a gun -- ,
; Tt4-i's; l ; one, iwo, three, and six, (.1 range: lw en- stage cannot conveniently carry lie will ala o>n-
habits and amiable Hundred
; probity had Four Dollars Howard !
Avowed shooting him and made I II .
would hive found that he was a gentleman I purpose ; ty-uue. 'iouetorun a four horse roach from duincy t"
I desperated eiT' it to execute his dreadful won him many friends, and had he not been Fractional tr.wn'-hip one, low n-.hip-two,t rteur, PROCLAMATION BY Bai.bri"gr.lt which! place it will meet the l Inc of

of the !first respectability, and in no wise purpose; but this being wrested from him; i I cut shortiu| the prime of life, he would soon five and six, i>f r.mgf twenty two. RICHARD K. CALL,Governor of the Territory Stages from M*.bile to Augl ta. Pass ngers taking -

connected with Governor Call, or this pa I' he seized a stone and Poole who I have been one of our nio-tt useful citizens. i Townships, tWO,tiurce, four, five, and six i of of Florida. their 'eats nt Tallahassee wi have the prre-
pursued I hi-s
ihrcr.Towi.Nhipsoi.1 "TIrRE.\ presented lo me, care ovir all oihrrs: except t coming on t
1 rn IIe
and who we believe never wrote a .syllable I being hard pressed, and repeated His remains were removed to this place lot go twenty confined Jail
per having I I : I ', two, three, four, five, and six, of : in iha main line from M bile to Augusta.
for this' paper ;previously. some di"tiince, Ihotlim with a pistol. And :[ iritersnent, and the numerous attendance of I tangc twenty four. J.'flerson County charged the murder of The s.age wi1Ie.te I Tallahassee every o'herdav

strange to receiving the our most respectable citizens & especially Townships one, two, three four, five and -ix, of one hues in said County of JttTerscn, on the .at three oVlock A- M. and arrive at Bainbrti're; nt
election ,
The motive injuring Mr. IU\'a1'8 v\h afer hal of his friend and the laice twenty five. ndlt of the 15lh inst, made his esrare from s>aidai1 3,'.lock! P. M. ; And nturning.; v\iil leave Bjin-
ch his. heart and camp.mions young
passed ihiough lodge
to the ('onventifl we are satisfied did I : Frarti--n.il: t .wu .hip one of ranse: rwenty-ninc. by burning through the floor of the apailmenl bride the next morning at 4. o'clock.
I near the surface of his body, apparently unconscious gentleman of this city, testified the deep rUe At Ihe same place! in rontmuai.ii'n, roniinencinjj n which he was confined., A\ul that ALl K, alHgro JOHN.M. VAUX.Asm.
not influence Enquirer, but if it had it was I of it he grappled with his antago- pect entertained for him. on ur>nday the nineteenth day! of Noven-.lrr next, man Slave the property. ot Bur- Notice.

perfectly proper. A man who is faithless in nUt and with hi* .- for the disposal of the p"bl.lln.l.I within the lunits ney, in said jail in ihe county afi.resnid,
superior strength, pr lr3- undtrmentioned tnwi.ships and fractional oininitled, on a cJare burning and robbing the SIX Weeks from the date I I.eieof. I shall
ole capacity will be so in another: Enquirer ted Poole, thrust his h fingers into his eyes amid : J"\VE arewthori7eJ in announce C.1 D. L. of to Mrii&hipK the wit. dwelling house Slaughter,on the frontier in the Hon. the Judge of the County ap.IJ."

probably reply next week. was castigating him severely when Poole' KI'.NAN, ns -anlldatc 10 present lle :1iddlcListrirt t J l< rTe'-son Cuun'y aforesaid. made his escaj e at the Leon County, for leave to sell the real estate of
.il in : .Senate.IL'U'I South of the base line and ei It (.1 te meridian. time. James Dry ai. Kite of said COlntvdectascd. (
cried; out and Dunahoo was taken off. breathed .UI
---- : : are authorized lo announce C<>1. H. OU- Tint part township eleven east of the Suwanne NOWTHEREFORE, in of law I ELIZA BRYAN, Jdm'rr.Angnsf .
On Muriday) last, a party of Indians were I a moment, and expired to the profound I'O.N'T. 8 a candidate lo rprcentthc ..Viddlc Dis river, of range fourteen. do hereby offer a reward tf Iwo pursuance Hundred Dol.ars 11,183-*. |.f.w

trailed and small astonishment of all presently ho had not hither trii-t in the Tirriuiri.il Senate. Towiuhipa, eleven, and twelve, ofrn fifteen.Townshi for the apprehension delivery of each of said -- .
so closely pursued by a ant and Hair.
to thought he had been injured by the [i's ten, eleven,and iwel-e,of range sixteen >lff mlers to the Marshal. of ihe A I fiddle i District, of Lather Lie
of Gadsden under Capt. Withers JTWE: are nuthoriz'd to announce JOHN C. ; eleven, twelve, and thirle. n of ub cribn rtmsiantly on bantl
Town in
party troops, shot of Poole, This extraordinary facts rests Mc(: EHEE, a" 1 carilida'e to represent Ma Jis; "n assortment of LEATHER: !
ns to be compelled to abandon their plun the Conventionlj"VE ranire seventeen.Township I do hereby enj.in and require all magis- for Gin Bands, H.irness aaitdht
upon the authority several eye witnesses County in seven nnd fractional townships eleven rutes and be .vigilant the Carriage Tops, :

der, to make good their. escape. The whites ; of unquestionable integrity. are authorized to announce S. J FERRY and twelve (west of Airedondo's claim,] and :. of pace ollenders.I1tili apI.rehension Shtes&c. Also cormstantsupj.lyoLIME, and
HAIR, for Plastering wJII of which olFer
numbered but about twelve, and the Indians, Esq. a* a candidate !o represent Madison. Townships township thirteen even and, III eighth range eighteen.and fracl'oail towns Duncan i!about five fct 10 inches high low f' rash, or in exchange for hides,at they their TanYard.

supposed about thirty or thirty five. Seven ATLANTIC STEAM NAVIGATION.-The arrival County in the Conention. ship nine, [north Arredondo's claim,] fractional dark skin, black hair and eyes, thinii>sa e. and BROWN & GALERA1TH.

teen packs were taken by the and of and ther steam-ship from Europe( tS-WE: arc authorized to anru-unre ELTSIIASU.MEKLIN township t"th'e. (south of ofAnedondo's claim,] about thirty of N'Tth years Carolina.old, 8 originally tram ihe Tallahassee, Ane lib, 1833. |-tfNotice.

troops blends all the enthusiasm and all the hopes Ebq. to represent M.dison Countyin aod township thirteen,.'f range nineteen. lower part Andnid Negro -
found to contain principally the plunder taken the next council. Townships seven and eight, fractional townshipnine man Iave is abut five fett two or lIme inches JES E S. RU56EL is
that belong to such ; antJu-rize.!
so a prodigiousstride my
( black
i-gh set, of forbidden mR. .
naturally qui'e a
from the of Airedondo's claim,] fractional' !
house while I
of A [Inorth
Mr. Roans, on the pa ALBERT J. am a sent from the T rriiory.
in the and 1TWE nounce down leek und when addieased
progress society, autrrizello In township twelve [south of that claim,] and township lance, a seldom JA8.T.LIPSCOJIB-
lachkola, about three miles below Carno DOZIEItE'q.asa candidate to relIcseIIt JctFeibou lo"-ks up.Gil.
international communication.The
I of thirteen, of range twenty. August 5, 1c3s. J.ll C
Elian's plantation. !Air.' Roan, being inform thing is yet too near to be looked County in the next CounciLtrWE Townships seven and eight i fractional townshipnine :under my hand and R. seal this 19th day of .

cd authorized to announce ELIAS E. [north if Arredondos' claim.] fractional July 18k. K. CALL, Notice.
by his negroes of the, contemplated attack upon even witl calmness:, and we confess BLACKBURN. E>q-. n candidate to represent township twelve, [south of Arredendo's claim.] Governor Florida. ANY person having my Plan of the City

of the Indians, succeeded in making his. cs ourselves elated exceedingly, and with Jefferson County in the a next Council.EPH'E '. and township! ; thirteen of range twenty one. Steam EI ine.Antc.e1bnt cooler a favor by I U aVID, it at my Am

with his out any sensible decrease, as each boat in Townships seven and eight and that part of town- ENGINE, ol tuffirient power to lion Ro.-m. I j. HACKLEY.
cape family across the river. In one [ are authorized to announce N. W. WALKEH and twelve east ol Jug., 1838. ,
arrives. ships nine, ten, lyin? pairs Mill Slrnes, and four or five
of the packs was found tllp coat recognised as tur The immense future which; is opened to Ebq. ai a candidate lo represent Leon Coun. Arrcdondo's caim revtn., lownsip thirteen, of range Saws is offered for aie upon reasonable terms-' Notice. J.

belonging to Mr. Laslie murdered ly in the next Council. twenty-two. Should it tint be sold in twt. vveck, any person THE Co-partnu.hlp heretof exhtngunder
tbil continent by tuch rapid communications *\ fv< Eaie authorised to announce. GEORGE[ Townships seven, ti?hl. nine, teneleven, twelve wishing; to put up a Mil of any description, in any firm of LEDWI'l H& TILLING H A S'l' ,

on the Ocklockonec. Capt. Withers' from Europe, can hardly yet be even gucs- NfY WALKER, Esq.: of PC naacoia: as a candidate and thirteen,of range twenty-lhree. section of country can ,.e a first rate offer. For was dissolved by mutual consent on the 15ti ">f I

company had been ordered by the Governor sed at. Its chief, its great benefit in our t rcpresujl the Western Di..ict in the Territoiial Townihips seven, eightnine ten, eleven, twelve particulars enquire of W. R. JONES. June last. All prons"ho have claims againtl
I Senate. and thirteen, of r.uiffe twenty four. Columbus, Ga.]!'ne 1 lib, 1 IS33. W-3\ the firm will to Mr. Ledwith for settlement i
to repair to Smith's Island, for the capture of eyes, is, however, that it lends, almost irres Townships seven, eight,muc, ten, eleven twelve, ; and ni those indebted will make paym nto

a of Creeks known that glibly to make the nations one interest, one cY E arr authorizid to annrunco JAMES A. and thirteen, ot range twenty-five. The Museum of lin alone, being ,
frequent dolJltli
par. BEKKHELOT, E-q. as a candidate tnrepresent FOREIGN T ITSRATURE.( SOIENTF.! kAnT, .uu .. S
71icy had fled, lion CUT, before the in feeling and in mutual regard and the! Middle Judicial District 1 of FloridacomH The sales will each be kept open of for two and weeks-longer Is pn5iished every month ty t:. Litetll k Co. tit i.tJ'Mft. LED\VITH(continues LEU\business th !t
rust. It is bcciibc peace, perpetual peace, ed or the counties ofGadsJon, Leon, JrfTer: (unless the land are sooner disposed ) no Chesntit ladelphin, ut six dol'ars' a
arrival of and doubt the I ) of land in'the townships Slreer.l.h yet. old bind, and' drily o.ssortmeni.
our arc no I' and private cntricp .
troops, seems to us to be its necedsarv. offspring, bun, Hamilton and Aladison, in the Sennlorialbla ; no will be admitted until after the expiration payable Distant subscribers are request'd which he will be able nPtL.h&Fal. customers1 on

party pursued. Their course appeared to be that we especially hail the euceess of Atlantic ch of the next Icgblalure.VE so of otl'r.d the two weeks. Theie will b excluded With to the remit a 18:18$5: note begins on the account.Fourth Volumeof the lest terms. M. 1_ ,

South east, and will be likely intercepted by steam navigation. We hope and believe J. -\ are authorized to announce \V)1 P. (runt the sales herein proclaimed, lands appiopriited new scuts pear, rom pie te era of which can be fur- Tallahassee, Aug...1B3.1._S2- f :, -,.

the Gadsden itoops who recently left Quine). that success id now established beyond WU VAL, Esq. as a randi.Jale to represent til lIIJdie for the u.e of school*, military, or other purposes nished at Two Dollars: volume. in number, o Carriage 4 Iare Matting.JdPTHE 1
District in the Tciritorial 8'laie.r also' lands covered hy priva confirmneul ctaims.fure'ed Hplf Seriesis .
Two Dollais and lound. The
a the priccs
The peradventure and that America and Great s -
Leon County Troops left this citv on ; and lands to which private hain2 engae
authorized announce D. liE!,. or unsurvtyed begun because we a.v no longer able to supply' of skillful Carriage from !
a ,
Britain will tulk with each other, and feel are t not Leen nar"
\1 chums which Imve }
Thursday last, eighty strong. They wi us a candidate lo r.presenl are hlledged 't Older for corrplete sets nithe old. the North. begs leave inform his friends ibo
each other's with Es. law with all quarter sections .n
confirmed together
impulses carcely by CONTENTS JULY NUV.BER.Life .
rendezvous at Jackson's Bluff, on the the Middle the Territorial Senate. 01'TIE public tlull all orJers for repairs &c, shall punctually -
iecti which cut ,
in betwo.'n and ns may b ilhain his
the interval a fortnight what is of by sons, and ne.uly :"-J.!
lockonee. We in few hear authorized lo JOSEPH and therefore made '0 require new subdivisions e.Saddler./
hope a days to of Raid and done in one countryand the knowledge {tCPWE art anmunce Edingburgh RevJsw. Work Done.
l W. BANNEKMAX, ES.J. as a ca di.1ate lo rrpe- when such claims shall have bf en nurveyrd. George IV and Queen Caroline, do
I, some decisive movement. and reflection oft in the other sent Leon County in the next Legisluive: Council. Given under m} hand at the City of Washington White's. Views and Tours among the Himalaya E. CLARK.
-- Y. this fourteenth day of July anno Domi Tait's Magazine, Tallahassee, May 5, 1838._3Q.tf

TO TiE PEOPLE.In ] Amtrcal.LII.ADErUI cI E are authorized to announce C/MRLES.. nil I63*. 1 M. VAN BUREN. Lane's Translation the Arabian AVhts, Notice.

the Floridian of S. SIBLEY, Esq., a a candic.te to represent Bv the President o Spectator. Stockholders of the Tallahassee RJII> 1 "
to-day, an anonymous 6.
Aug, Leon in the next Council. THE
County .JamesVhilcomb,
Rondeuli. Translated from the French COMfANY are hereby notified that
writer the tl inform the
requests Editor to Most and Inhuman Conduct.It Land Oince.
of the General
Infalwl are authorized to announce Dr.TR DE- Examiner. an instalmeqtof per eent-on the capital nock

people Flrnida how our worthy Secretary will be recollected that Capt. Davis, WE WELL, 01 I candidate. to UDreStnt Leon ?1 r. Carl ye's lectu1s do. in said company is required to b paid at the offi--

is enabled to discharge the duties of his office of the schr. Henry Camerdon, of Philadelphia County in the ext Council. NOTE BY TIlE COMMISSIONER.It establish Mr. Lister's Life of Clarendon, Spectator. of the company on or before te 15th day of Au
is lo be in contemplation to
law whilst undertoo.l Homeward Bound. gustuexi.
according to St.
should residing at Joseph"I rescued a number of the passenger ; Earl authorized to announce DANIEL, a cordon military posts across the Peninsula Jonathaiana, Monthly Chronicle By order of the President and Directors.
have passed by, as I have hitherto \Tf McRAENYas a candidate to rep-csenl ol, Floiic'a considerable distance to the south I
at a T. R.
from the wreck of the ill-fated Pulaski To a Child
done, with silent contempt, the dirty work of Leon County in the next Legislative Council. of the lands proclaimed for the protection of the The Somnambulist ackwo's llagaine.&uine Tallahas R. R, Offics. BETON.. 18-1-t S'y.(

the scavengers of the Floridian, did I not feel and carried them into Wilmington, N. V"Y7E are authorized to announce hTOCKLEff \ frontier which wi afford an ample opportunity to A Tale Grammarye Bcntley's )Miscellany Brought -

myself % to the people for the faithful C. The Henry Camerdon arrived this \ SADUURY, Esq. a a candidate to rente. purchasers the sales, to examine the lands:;p. Oliver Twist, (with an engraving) do t.a
ON the I 10th inst. the
Gadsden Countv in the State Convention' portion of which is represented being very do following Negroes
execution of the furnished Ulr a large a Jock among the dummies, (do)
duties ot from that and has ------ -
my office. It is morning port valuable. The New Monthly Magazine JIBLO.a boy abut -years otage.liKhl
known to you, that the of the infa- 'cjE are authorized to announce JONATHAN Compact complexion 5 6 i hirh.-BOB,
secretary of Florida is us with an account following CLAIMANTS. A While Ago do cb
candidate NOTICE
the Lieutenant Governor, and that whilst the inexcusable conduct the \1'I Esq. t1 a rep. To with a Shell, Dublin University Mag. a boy abut 27 years age, light com
Governor is in the mous and on part resent Gadsden the State Convention. Ever person claiming right of pre-emption Una 5 inches high. Both say
Territory, his duties, un. of schooner the name of U> any the lands designated in the above proclamation The Daughter's Requcst Metroplilan Thomas FriaselL
der the cited of the Captain a E are authorized to announce Duncan ( satis- The Blacksmith's Hame Tail's Magazine they belong to near
organic act are almost is to the same to the
but such if this nominal; whom we regret is not recollected. The 'N Bake E.q. as a candidate t represent fastkm,oldie requested flegirter and prove Receiver of the proper The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh China Grove, Alabama; The owner i herby
a are. self-constituted ie County of drn in the State: Convention. Dublin University Magazine requested to come forward, prove property, pay
information was communicated to Capt.D. land office, and make payment therefor I soon a
guardian of the people of Florida had charges and take them
Dr. Marthman Friead of India
E are authorized to announce after this notice, in order away.ROBERT
the trouble to make enquiries at the proper by his pilot, and can be implicitly relied candidate to torepresent ,practicable b caim' may seinl adjudicated by thoss ofcer Irish Reapers Tait's Magazine St. Marks.July 19th. ,. 1838. LLOYD.5Uf 4

department at Washington before lie penned upon.The Jefferson county in the Stat Convention.VtVE agreeably li law, in due time prior t the appointed Hymn io Spring do

his charges, he would have been infurmed schr. Merchant: Eliiabeth City, are totborized and requested to announce fur the commencement of the public bale; To Zlcci an Idiot do do COPARTNERSHIP.

that they had been John L.Tay1oraiacanIidate and all claims not duly made known and paid for t3-WE_ this day entered'.to a
N. C. with Major
regularly discharged. N. C. bound to Wilmington, Jefferson inlfce the next Legislative prior t the date aforesaid are declued by law t Nicholas Nickleby Nkicleby PapersFirht the samsotCNTEZ aid KEEN, .
The act of Congress of June '34( makes i it a cargo of corn, passed the passengers on represent Connty forfeited. JAMES WUITCOMB, with &Lion Waterloo's Nat. History Ornery sad P... e"rtlr
duty of the I b Land Office. Subscriptions received by 8.8. SIBLEY. .
Commissioner of the General Ja..l.ll ,
Of th
b Secretary

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Notices. EDUCATION.MARRIUI I i Commission House, New Orleans. NOTICEALL Pills are purely and soi KI.T vegetable and remain
LONG & Gill VOT A A rsenic, nor any othernmineral.ifl
will neither Mercury, Antimony
& ) gentleman, and graduate of the 1 those indebted t,) the gubsr nbcr please rnt.rly;
NOTICE.SIX VK established themselves nt New Oilcans their accounts t any form whatever. They are
.iSl IVivrrsity ufGla"gl1f'olllI d. long nxpcricnced H forward and liquidate I
months\ after date ill made: lor translation (.f Commission Business, of composed of exiract* from rare nnd powerful plantn,
t application >c in the busine s ol tuition; and nccuslomed I either by cash ornotee.>o intention pressingthe known several
the county court of Leon county for letters to lead the nd undergraduate cours- i and solicit the patronage of their friends and time parties, i is ron'emplated! but simply to pet a set- the tirtuc-sot which, I bough long to '
preoaiatory eminent ph irmaceutical -
1 of dismiision flOm the adminUtratior. of the etIe 1 -s with (candidates fur, and memWr* ()f. tin- South public to which they pledge their best scivices.A Ueinent beferelhc business season re-commences. Indian tribesnnd recently lo some iItfiTor.nt
unknown tO I
i of Durant C. Cinfl. t:. P. GKANT, Adm'r., Carolina College) wishes, to locale himself pet man i nl-7 35-\\f_ --_ 1l. J. HACKL\. r'iemist! ar medical'nI'ogether science and were :
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i June I3m6 -- (', llv (lit tlv ';Xl'il atinll (If the pre('ni I yen.\ in ahedrfiy JUST KEt'EIVED.ONE Aprili8, 1 38, : -tf-- ifetrr pieleiidcrs administered so happily < filcacioun >
t OTICE. : part .f Fl.nda, ac Piincipal of an nca-'e' HUNDRED OUNCES: rreiichQui- -- -----NTIClf--------- eumtbimmition."More :

mon'hs ftfIr date application will be mule my or CjihjcHis: lady has devoted almost 20 t) ". ftu'phatc' Acetateand M l ul.lte of s hereby given, that hall present my accounts Their first operation i j.; I Itt loosen Irom the coats?

SIX the county eturt of L "n -oiinty lor lctl rs 3 ear< 10 the arduous duties of femile eilucatu-n, : Mon bin1, and a general a! orlmf'fltof French and I and vouchers as admini&tiator of use. csiatcol f of the stomach and ln.w. ,In, HIP various i in purlinand -
of dismissionfrom Jlic adminiMiation the rst \Ic' niul tnien.U to m.iki1: it the l.nsiwss of tier lilVRifeitnocs n.ig'i-.h! Chemicals. Tttdve :Mahogany M'dicme SimucIS. Christopher t1ercn.e.I.IQ the honorableJu.Kf lilies constantly seltlmg around lh-m ; and
S of ABU H. Rbmlcs. E. P. OR ANT, A.ll'r.June for compptri) and < haradT can be CII 'S, a mid a lanje supply ol DIU.-S, Me.i.nes! of the County Court of Lron Cou-ty, at to rt-niote the liani-n! fa>-cs tthiih colV.-l! ill I lie
to I..it. t i Mitl, men in N.nilh Carolina alp 'livWADDIIL. next ol said Court, IW my final sutleinent -
2 43m sjivin r.IIY PelfuiwMT &(. A.r. Fur spring menu ronvolulii.n' of the small I inll".li'cll. Other nu til! VEGETABLE
NOTICK. '- --'? ah.l. .Flo.. ida. L.-IIOIP :uMn-s! d tn IL L. 1': 'imondsM ; : R.JNDOLl/i, $ LLIVIS.Miy i .l1I.llh..chargt" frllm sni.l adniiniitration.ADAM partially chnse the-e, and 1:1tc stick
ill meetithi5 immcd, .ale WUII'K.la "11I1'11 oiiLS
A. Yr.rkvill.C.: '
41 hah'tual
months after du: I PC M! collected lIIaS -f-is behind, as to produce
\ my S
present 42niG
SIX : tMiti' IIA ----- ---- >C _ I'mtin with till its train of etils, or siidoVndinrihuca -
-- miess
and 'onhm to lion. Judge nfthl 1 -- -- ,
% > : l\1A FACTORY.rt
SliDE .
Gourt for County, and apply I lora \(iTIC.l lr :. liOOT & IIOUCU'S PANACEA. tviih its imminent dangers. The stcoml
County discharge from 0111.1 the administratorship llip of the tho i u n:1 t Tem in of the County Con m t 01 Lf'nn 11 I: subscriberrpcctfully inJ AITlKSIlMipply IIf the above valuable mcdi- effect of the V* getablc Life Pills n loclensell e kid-
fna shall forms I lliicinzens! *>f Talla- (-.. For sale by blndtler this means the, liver too.l the test rf
( of the late William Gillf land, *! .". J\. Cou-ity, III the lear I 1tI.: I.'e l'rl'l'nluur n"ys: and the allclloy HAVING f ciperience.
.iKClllUALD SMITH, Jr. accounts and voiihiTand apply for :J Jiti'einent.and tinal g; .. .6J ha- >ennd i vuinity, that lu- has STIIWAlir&UARNAlCD.( and the lungs I'ii': heulhy: action of ti hit I" entirely fl l I. d to i the public as d! r'drj are| re*

Administrator.auincy.Mayl disilnrgoa-, 1:1.ec.t.II's.uf: time C SI mine-need flue ninimfactnring of Miy 2G 42 .1 Ieptndiipun the le:uliiity of tile uniary organs. pcri' to any nibinition nfmedm..iie eTfrr*

f: "II'I .. ntnnf I Drurv; \" illiain-8, d 'l'ft"I"t. I Roots and Shoes in tins city, in "AfiD.: DiSl'.-LKON S tJ P. COURT. The blood, which makes its red colour fiom the 11"0- to the Amer.can: people. The rropilet0r 0. :. ret*

1,18'7. _ _- --p (;liEN: I M I. Cll I I .\IUF.rf I l : I r. t''ut'.h. the Imildiiur immcilntely: opposile lh- store (If- Augusts Alston ) Sum's ad res. in Ass't fur 7000: "-) of the liver and the begs before it pa.sses.s into p.lls. be-mr a re.-ular bred rhysirananj "t*

'I NOTICE.I j i TOt'1TII: : CII\IIMS-I j Fienc'i: & e..tlk. on Afnnroe Bt where lie i nprepar x s } dam. Attc'h for SII04I:' issued the Ic-.irt, being tlm" purifi'd by them.anJ noursh- I-radical Ins -rofres on CX temism vely tirman, Kin

SIX months af cr date, application wilc ina.'c |i Man-has. li-3S. :? t __ Cm'.> cd to manufatiurc all ait.clesin ln.sineofbuinips] ThomasJ. Green ) slay 3, 1S:18.: ret'Lf't: -) November ed by food coming fro'n a clean Momacli, courses iliffe rut climates, is enabled tooter iotf,' *
the lion Judge of the C Ullr t ofiL I: 41J.J1mnIl-J.g, hI' ha" good uoikmcn ill his t"1I1,1., and ill war- Term 183d. freely through the tieu, renewevciy part of the intal'd. meduiii'on the eflVm of *i-axieted | -"
: tidhy i inltirnis
I of 11e.di1ihaters ., j TIII'I l III1.JI rs\y\ ('d i espI"'I oa-o.uialle ii.'i. health the che k.
of the estate that he has I 1'1 1>! will take notice of the institution of said suit in biroming lie does not pretend they are a ,-
i 1 ate of said county, dec. ,i' 1h\lltrr of ..eon and l111'\1I1 ouniios, Uootsfoo'cdand other repairing done on c<*om > attachment nf.IJ"II\id-nnd they are required Tile lol'owmg are among the distressing \ arctyof cure, or even beneficial in every romplainTi' '
Ils, by as
DAVH' C. I .t but
isis Life
and m.ry
LUKCY WATERS, Admi'x. uo.di- apieintcd| n'lallllg tCIIII<. the declaration filed in said human diseases to which he Vegetable Pill.s he most firmly believes that in all di inn'ere"iirlhartic
1 to anj to !
CUL'l 1VATOUS. plead
1 May 12. 1838-: _-10 Gm I to s-II .I F.:Ho I WPitt'; pau 1\1\nt tICS Cotton I his; P13\1lelll to call!- FnEI EIUC: FILER, case appear accllr i.1 to the torni of the statute in MIdi ale well known to bc infaltiablf : or an ar orient medicine is nru ,t.
I J NOTICE. anl t tim lr tlremselti-s.: April 28, I lbK: 3-J-tf case'made and; protiihd.i C. S. K115LLYAlly 1 DY6PF.PSIA, by -r.ughty cleansing 'the first I will be found tar supeik to any of those drastic

; months after date application be mule examine (5;. F. CLAP.AU6'TdhhasaPC.Dcc. //. --- for ptff.! and second stomachs, lIud eating a flow of pure 1 1hf'lhhy purgatitcmdicines whic'i are so much pnfej| ( ;
SIX I.I DRY GOO DS."n ::9.tf bile in-te.id of the stale and aciid kind the publ-c prints as purifiers i.f the blood!
the Hon. Judge of the County Court of Leon 2C'M.\ : 2UfCADSDEN May Sum, 1518. _ _ ; frw
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County for l letters of demission from the administration I liE: Snl-criber, has just nctivtd an-1 is now PENSACOLA- : \ SIuN J10L' E. Flntulency( Palpitation of the heart, loss of appetite taken HC'-onling ti> the direction aTompan in
of the csta'e of Francis Prcut. I 1I te of said) I ; MJT. <;'nUI'T> MID.i i DIST .IL otlIin; a griural assoilnu lit ol DKY) Ileari-burn and Headache, Restlessness, Ill- th'm they arc highly b'-nf rial :n the prevention

county, deceased.: CILfHLCS BPCKSTKIX.April ; I I Matcli; term, 1&3S ; T t-J wit : 'I ill t:I., I IS3. ( ;'HODS, Miitablc, for tl-c season.A NEW CITY OF rr.NSACOIA.TIIH temper, Anxiety, Lan ollr, nnd Melancholy, whiili! and ctmre of Uilious Fevers, Fever and Ague
I .:0 subsciibiT ha vinir purchased the l l"n.: and arc the gitieral' yrnpt'lnollJ'sl will vanish
Admr. pMa. Liter
\ Cm \ II. Jon ) Complaint" Sick
anli.' i> >ury s, Diapcpsia, Headache
83.- ILi InCha'reiy. .\ fw ca Miif fashion-ible H \TSdo re tf ihU will known establishment a-i a naiiirul consiquenceof its cine. Coslivencss,
& NOTICE. Th ts in >s )>
months after d
I SIX honoiaUc' COtllCOll'* of ,,f..r"nn ...... : 11m to ,ill' Ills .iim-ii "'c.lllIll, and!, ..\1 ih-i) : ill \.r. II. rKAXCIP. : Numerous' and costly iniproteinf-nts will b; found leave the b.j\ c8 costive within Iwo tlays.Dinrrli I Cholic, Ferrule Obstructions, Heart-burn]

.r, -..."1'v| I diInipe Irom tne Iliis ('. IlI'P. n- iist the, nnk.iown he'iis ndminstiati! nn the csae William G. T. I1l1u-e. New and more commodious Ha- flu iN hirli th'se .nsior.eil' of iho
I Tho'ii, .t.'I..l.II.III.IIi1 R ih'm a pi uly t i tin- ?nit, ----- -- by H cimpbiitts arc oc< :i
I1C1c1li n,late .f IIt1 'tnnh'. I'>rcn"edII.YOUXU and it n hhii41rtmz to the ltaiI'li.lI. of tin cour- I hat DOI.LXHS) HEWAHU.) win; IIou!es will bc. bu It, and warm baths till be an' by proinotMi: t the ItihriC,Hive secretion of the I Stomach and l o\\cls.. Incipient Diarrhcca,

Mcf'LF.Ll.N.: j the Mid in'ui'nt 1I11I'1rl d" not r t-ide I ill this TiriIi irUAHLKILLAI.V bu-k.-out of tIme (i.ld--- r.i\ide-e at all hours. A -table1ill 'Le attached to nuii'tib fiiciiibraue. Fe\cr *>f all k nds, by retoring itulence! Habitual Oo-liveness. Los 0i

Almilis.rI., ''. Y, J.I L. den Jti lilt,' J.nl on ,thi> mutant. The .,aid lie 1 House with good ac-ommodation for l.oiS'sand' the blood to a regular circulation through the pro- i appetite, Blotched or Sallow Complexion
_ Mount VetnnnApril I J. I N. :{huiG i tint : be Fir-a rate horses and carriages \ ill L. cts ol > : in some cas< >> and the thorough: ,
I Ii/ i:, thoirf r.', oid-ii'l puli'it-atmn mule !Ki'l.il.i i> :ui Ins) mil, n ui'I s;'< aks lirol en Kr lish, carnagi- p.-i -pration and in all cases of Torpor of the
also k for birr, at moderate pri-ts, ami sail and i so'iuii.n'! it.t all intestinal oh-truci, ir others.- tioweta,
NOTICK. l foi thi- tern of tour nnnth, njcne-abh I. tin- stattili's is stum .'111 I .ili\ . pt o'-s 1
LAST ill suchtsc mad- id I pri>vid< il I ; OIl., d that sail,I Iiiitkiiow 1 i.i ghu, lias I 1luc, < yes, .in-l l.ur Imr. aid l is C"iisdiraiily : row IJII"'., s\ jib per..ont to m uia:c till 10 f>r the-. The LIFE I'lLLb h itt been known tome rl.euj where a cartharticor an aperient in needed.

J SIX months after (dat" 1 I hal pu-spnt the 111. ; Ilu.irsllffni.I I I Datiil 7h 'ma, d,.re4sidd'i, I in iit"edith small pox. I" III pay 1'IFTYDOLI.1KS use of visitors.i Bill art's' and other aimiseincnu j mati>iu p nnallcn>. in thn-e ttceksand, Gout in I Tiny are ex e.ilingly mild in their operition, f rodiictn -

I and vouchcis an apply to final I ap"M-ar aol pita I a I-\\'I.'I.lr) d..*!iiiir io tlii-c the Coun'y Court of Leo County, for a settlement S and I so conduct d as not to intcr'cre with j the muscles and lig"ner.tc.f the D.opaiesI Wherever these Pills have Leenoncc
alministration of init'-- 10.11, file': 1 liriem, In 1.'re t.\- '\pirat'i.n I s ud livery III this -i.'c-! of I thead K-llal.: v ho was join's. mtroJaml
and d'scharze from the of siiJ i I l'i.u:' oiilhs, sir| thi s line till:: I l-et :k II tutu eo\n.sso tried and wh'l'rccllII.lpalachcoll' ammo benunccil the comfort and quiet of ihe biurdei The mimes I "full kind, by fieung and s'.r- ngtht.'nill the kid- into a family, they become a standing remedy, andre
the estate of James Lemon late Connl\e and will be of the best quality and to ensure find bladdir called for again amid a tthich
A line cilv from the iniiures, to three n:oniln in pn oimicnt. liquors ; |lilies ; they operate most delightfully am, is sutfuientpi
I deceased. I I. R. I UJUULS I Cleric.M L. J. IJHLL, J.il-r. a full supply of i ice, a cargo hasalreuly ben on tlnse iinjoiiant organs, a.tI: hence have ever I not of their gu. 'J qual.ti>- .
ROBERT P. Gill'.EN, 'ro'lo I 17. KN ::-J.lm Q.ninrvMay7ili I ISIS II.tfII.IIO..S oidcied' Iiu.-ii will arrive about the l>tof .iiy.i !j been found accrlatn remedy for Ihe worst ens s of i Perhaps: no ai tide of the kind has ever been offered
\ Ad'mr in nsht (.f his wife Suallh, __ ___ : r. .. G. Bal nard, tt ho fin II1rrly kcj,ta poimlirH i Ulunl. Alit, Worms by dislodging from the to the puMic, supported by testimontiN of a
: A. Green, Su> nna A. L un-e. 1.J1'1l'E ( onI: 'U C. I III wilt rondiii tlu Hotel S of bowels the which
f.rtwrl' 1 1 lei 'NYa'hingttm City. t Lurnil' the slimy matter to chara< tei so decisive, from sources as resjectaLIe,
March 10. IRS 1;( "__ .. "TJI. J(. n\. 'nO (.III, ATTORNEY R 1 r.I.l.l:I )T'SPL.lSTiRI-aslct-n: : used with tor the Proprietor, who, tvi.li such aid, ronti el.tly these e.lllrp.s adhere ; Alithlllil and Consumption, < TI ('1.ALL T T AT LA \\' vi ill piann-e, in all I h.' ('.IU rt- II D Unl"1111'1 "(''! : rId, wllel vcr it has ensure the t'is! on. Of last year and! his friends by rel etm; the air vessels of time Iung s tr 'ni the 'I hey hive the testimonY of the who'e medical

\ fersnns il"1 to ** cstsir' of ti' I lite ill Midd! i Florida, and \ ill at wi l t. ow'll}, Imsmfsas I"c'n i introduced has Mipcrs'dul I the use of other gt'u' rally, that they will receive every po!sibli- at- mucus, whicL uis.ight: colds will r cca>i.>n, tt hicii profession in tIer f ivorttt hiie not a Sing'e cuse ol

A.' N< U ht..c, are reqne,t. d to maVe nmy i'c 'iiti tt,te-d to ln mrifhi-r m : |.el l tin mid- renudics for lie cui e of,Jor ". ttulion -, and thcuLy expects to ;hC general satis, if not lemoved becomes lurJencd and produces | ill ionx quenccb melhciency can le alkdgolaglinst

payment the u:ide, njjned and all pcr*
olaims will present the simc for P"II'nl, piopeilv\1g toll, i :'t III. I Iii::;. i n'lf: corn1), a mid prevent further piin.: 'J he h-cal ad vantages: of this hr.use are too tt ell teUrite :ore t lor time p :rfitt purity which these and ihoio.ind l/ess the day they lecanic -
authenticated, (the same: ill lu- liarnd. CUl'.\ It 1.\ EIlSHI 1'. Puce JO( 'c'I.I" per b.ix, with ihrcieis; for u!'. knottn tim n' c,1 ft 1'n'lllen'll.Ie. cnption he-ri. The I Life 1'ilU give to li.e lilo-d, anj all the humours'; acquainted with l'etir Vegetal Fills;-

P KIrn. V 'I1E iilisc.ibi-i! hate' ihis dav c':11, 1'1.1 int. 1-'.,r Sah I in 'F i!tI.uhii'cie. .it t tin- Dru h- tire of fact thai Pmsaro'a'! is the largest naval station of Scorbnt Llrupti ns, acd bad complexions, by their vrhit-h, in consequence of their extrant nary godn' -

: HEHTIrJOT.A.lm.1 .[ ci.par: ni i'-'!-ip: und'-i the1 fillll'ot Ta't, 1 Holt \v A DDILU: \ IWl.l'lJ[ 4v LI.UIS.: 'tIme (joternrnent, the general r< nd-7voti of the alterative ellcct up jo the IluiiJs that Re.l I the skin, "-", hate attained a ropft AP.ITT r\rr.ECEDC.iT-
i 1 : lrs. : l'.,. .Miymi.1V.I : >!. -Jl-'f: Gulf Sxuailidii ; tile salubiity i>f i i.selim ite, ref the riio5 bid slate ol which occasions all erupti\c KD in the hi U>rv ol jleiiinnc.Tlie .

Jan SO, 1 635-24-tfNOTTCET S. -S TAFT, .. !hcd constantly iliinn'r the Mimnu months by complainl-i, tallow!! cioii'ly: and other agreeabU! teryxircuniitance alone that Physicians, in
------- I. GF.dllUK: ) ( ;. I H I(111'( STOH.VCI:, STOICAGC, Ae. the coolest: brtizcs from the Gulf-the beauty of compIeMons. The tie ot these pills fur a terjshort every part i'fthe Union.bot nioie especially it the

CJEOIU.I-: : A11LLKR. 'rnilK I I Sir.isrnlii! r Ia'l I ik'-n 1)) e Store hum mtrlyP. 'time nay :1 nd the neighboring i islands and rivers time, will ctlectan entire cure ot Salt Rheum, liryipeUs Southern .Stiles, where they ha\e h-n t leen in use,

: PIX MONTHS< "ftcr Utc. applicntmn nfl I\'il!! ln-nnlc f to rttf tli .t13_ 11,s, July 1hi-I .::;. 'ji I fl III itI'It d liy J. H. Pt.i'iy l II'I': at Sum the abundance and delicacy of tile fish with hick and a striking itnpioveruent in the clearness are making free use of them in their practice,speaks
'onorableJIJtol th..t'uuIIt'f C'Iun1'. tic abound and let he best Southern tie skin. Common Colds and Influenza will volumiii their Ad l this the fact
l,n dI".I"1 froui I h.' nilininivir.ili.iii i i t that
J'ondir, AVVtlMIKK.. r.x<><'iitri\. .MiddhDia'riet! of Florida J.iniiary ti i, I Io58.Itcha f',1 f> his I ilfI'. Hy diluent nIt IIli ni to his busii 0 her places 111 these latimdts, as a healthy and Ihe \ort raseM. l'lle-n a remedy for this most their frit n ls, and the testimony in th ir favor is

March 4.1 Krint\tMn 3:1: 1JNIE1. 1\\"r: .: d.I 1Iav.u:(h, (< nij-la:nant ) i. s-, I.c hopes to obtain a liiicnl shire of PubiC dt-luhtfiil summer' resort. distressing and oostinatt malady the VegetableLile almost irre i-tible. .!* an Anti-bilious nmedj,
: vs. MnrhiiiTry Pa runa11.1.1., \ \1 II .MAT//KUS.: First rate boats will run between Pensaco'a! and I'illideserve a distinct and emphatic recommendation. and to 're.ent costiveness. they have no litat.
0'1(E. Thomas! JrlTnsdii; (J n'(n, t..fl\ n.J't.I ) Si.Mtuk\layI9 II Mobile, ansi will at all l'nne be- able to lake thc pas- It i ii we:1:I known hniulrcd-i in this tine fifty cent l box wilt estab'Uh' their character,

months frimda'e: 1 Ilhalarll\I IIH I Juilpe 1' appc'rin? b) sati-taci'-ry evidcnr.', that llie "eiig';rs from the Ne OiUam hlla'lI.' city, that time (rnpneiur of these inva'uable PilU, and prove that theme i is truth even in an adtertiiejin
SIX G dsden County}' 1 t1i-ciare de1' !'ii'l.int, ''l'lIl'ln .li H''is.,'ii Grce'i, $s ii"i an N. U. ARNOLD. ttat l.iniNe'lt'atHicuU: with this complaint for upwards nt.

from the a.Jmini'r3tiol uf ih'-: estate I.t Ih'lnl<* mli.
Coleson, d. cd. JOHN L.\IIL.\ln? of Te'a", it is ..ul iel, hiLt th.| ta\lt\ tic.J U. !. Attorney Middle District of Flo. Gi ntleiiien ishming I.) enga o roomsfor their faniilios eveir icrncdv ['re5cnl>cd within the w hole'! coinpas l>' 3'ed' PilN, have been sol'l in he United State

March JO, 133: 31'IGNOTICI' lendant tloapi'* ai i In re UIII'r I IN.i.1 .,ie the | ..t.i Octoi : can aildic-! s the proprietor\ ai I'ensacola, or ot the 31ater .\Je.lic.l. lie, hottcvt at length, tried -ince January. 1835.
lelfl i X:, and ansttfiilic cmnpl.un:m-s 1,111. or the O FFr.n' ins profession rticts as Attorney I .Mr.tiexttllT. Ta't-r' at N -w Orleans, the Ion trierh.loiirietor. time medicine tv hick I he, now otleis lo the [piit"li.., "and Ur PettT liis nrei\ed upwards of fi.Ven hun-
.a ue \\IIII.c u I! I ta it-n f..r eonf-sM..i .' ;alu'lllllII.i ami am1 ( t111u1'ehor nt l..Iill, th CIlh'cti..1 of ; he was cured in a tery short lime, after his recovery drrd ceitificate-- given in ronse [uuice of the

SIX months after d-tte: we will p'ecntourr. tim matte is: .m i I I tlun I i ., lLrieul'ilei'iie-d "C'f: riJiir:Iy. lie1'Is. .\-ci i Mi-Idle Fl ridi. lie 1 will attend all .Ri-feicncp- Sandford Cdq Mr. C Ciillum, hid been pronounced! not e>ny! improballe, but csoil l dori'- by hi* M -t'ii' -jnes.

and toucli, In the I llonoiahlr I ihc .4ml it is 1111 then o.tler.: d tha' a ('')1or t tins oilierbc the I Courts Iii tin Ij 1,1.lle DiMr'ct.Uihi I t{. McAlpm i-q: Lirut. K thy 31obiI-S;I T Ta- solutely imj o.;ili'e, bj any human mean That ihe public may re-.l assured of the salutary

. Judge of the County Cotrt of L "on Comity, and ".in eJ n.oiiihiy! An nine m uuli. ii s>"iuc itehait \\ .) ; -<- i ill :i Immune Sire t, in tl"11 I,U'l'l'njr; forrnrrlyc. I'lor, P Rea INew (Ii leai.s. D1RKC riONS FOrt. USE.-Th proprietor of t-tT.-rtsof these p'lls' .tn-l the truth ef the dlx> etati

pray to be discharged I'l uin fie 3dmiti"lrliol: on r published! in this DM II'''I. > upn .1 1 by \\in WiKon, as It 15o-A Store.Tallalnssie SUPERIOR lomt1', LK< >\ co u N T v. :he VEGETABLE Lin: PILLS does not follow time I a..e mf m?. the f.illow immt r lepers Irom licalfn-
the cttate of Hc/eUiah Poti,''er,
1.1lmH. Adn'rx. .'. I Hi:i, J lri.d! -il: -I l.i'ii'JinArciiK.s SPItING TERM, 1S38.WiIliAm advjaing pp.ril"II\ lo lake his I'ilbilll.re quantities. ally subnuitted.CL.cxssiLLa.

r:. G. lO=DU: A.lm'r. -\ : I :' JiuiiLiiv: : Y. &1'. IIMOVAL.RFAJOVI'D : ; Ililliard, ) N good IIIIcli"' n.-can pussibl": Le 9 > rf"1"irl'll.-

_Apiill4 :6__ 1' ion Ucrry: l 111\% No. 4. to the I vs > Attachment for 81111.' I lie-e 1'ilN arc lo 1"; taken at led time every night MLCKLFVBCRG Co. Vi.Vhiiary7,137..
1 1I1 1 l su'i'cribi-r IhlS h mid hainlsnine
on a
. 'I' : supply *:lly l o"'lIl'il"I by Alosis. (i. I[I. isT Coinclius Jontz. ) for a week or fortnight, according tl) the o'stm.icyol'the .
Union Bank Florida. I of the ;,11":111..11111:1 i l h he tvi.ls j .11 o:i F. .in-l, ibcr:ir.ciirniT ,>l'Muiiroeand Jc ll -rti'ii; Deftiiidant and all uth'-r-s iiiterrst-d, will itis-a c. The u ual do-c U from 2 to 5, *> tbA1( SIR : I embrace the opportani'yot eipres.
ORDERED by the Board of t Due t.rl, th.it Isis Usual le-i in" lie I Ia. in 111"l'IIII'O| ) ttto <'<; .' SIre ts. CF.NTKUKKKN.: : T11IK notice of the in liititiMn ot" the above cording lo the constitution; ot'the person Very delIcate in toynii mygraiifi -aiior> at the suC'MT'hicUh.u

fur the tians 'ction of II.il1' in rieiu-e-d wat'h 111.1..1'', und he a-Miies the r 1.1.1! c sui: by Jitta.'lnntnt, ii rat aro rt'rll1ifPllt.lalpe.1I. and pe'M. ns ..r.llulcll.Iillilh! l I but tw.,, all'! increase attoi lied time .ulininib'iatjun f your valuable Pill

future be from 10 o'cWk a. m. until o'cl"tk pni.- lie ill spare no puns. to have': their tt oik done iNKW JItUGS'IOltE. plead to the dcrlaiation fil, d m i.llthas- as the iture i>f the case may, require ; those in this section of country. It is a comm-n fault
.r"n'I: ly a-.l ill the S .
June !) 44 JOHN PARK HILL. C.'sh'rMY t nnincr.Mr. L. A. ( robust, .f costive habit with tin. who mJ rend
more r Ji-
"., formed THOMPSONplulsatt'y. or tery may begins sn compound > patent m
have a
,0- I U.1elef! has resumed m the << nn .S'miih l.t.l TilE I Mib tiil>- rs
D.Vfd: May ?Ui, I lhT8. 4(>-iii uh :liraiul increase to 5, or even 5 |pills, and they does ts-iy tis miKh m their fa' or. but from what
,_ otIs KoUcrt (>:inil l<> j I.. ard, John LIIU-SS Hi m} hack' !huii a ,U will he ;,aj-py loatlctidtoany in t lie I Urn. liii FtnS. under! ti-cfinn ot --
CIXL'T'O.N"UllOKUKAUK w ill ir. ct a "lIl1ki"lIlly happy ch.iie to guide the I hnvcsten of the i-flects of your Pills, I do not
, '1 G. Gamble jr. and ir.en.l: jut thai J line. A- Lewis.Thev .
my .Iohl ) J.i AVaddel, Kaiidolph,
. patient in their further use. Th. so Pills sometimes think as y.they\> ha\e received unuieriud jnife.
are my aget.tt, anti tvill attchd, FREDERICK TOWI.F.:. And Commission )Ic reliant.H .
"q. and i.Uer fur s.llc'
I-nrkhill rccnied
hav1 now nih
iist sickness .nil Six ahiv
.1| occasion vs.miting.thoughi very scllomuiile.ss nn> >.a i> they were : ci.t nly nn-
:4 my busiles!timing; )absence(L fuun GA.MP.Li the- Terri:. --J.iic- -- i 1--H.-:!-- ----- 2-J n _--tINt .in1 d"or 11111 it of Mr BII.d..tllill, ; pstaMi'h- T Ksiibscuber: would infoiin his fr.cmUand the stomach is very foul; tht, however, way known jut this pirti-f Vusrima, they aie ni-w the

,' tory.June 41 JOl: ) LICE.;: nient I. on JI 011 roe Mrect, a ;cn> anl I as&orimcnt ('I' the public I in :l'Ileml. tli U he liascoinmcHCLdliusine's [Lei con:idi.rtda I titorable s> i.tjiiom, as the patient met popular pills we lave. In ditpepsu and sick
A, I.L ihos,. ttlio I h iD1'lN1l'.iINTS aid hI I of t ottc.n Uiokir and Co' nni>siou will find hill.I lfal lie.uUichf
. -- % m ole lire!( ivt.at J'al""Jllllr i Filial: i 'Miftts : : once rele\'e.l.a..d'y pt- eteraricw derangement of: the biliary ,ira as and
: IXOTICI:. .. le-v'a > lIe arc n IJtll'1'1 t I f"''m" l hur\ sri I amiseliUtl.o I nlLloije'Ler I : witha I v a ricty ot IVrt'iinu-ry and Meichaiit, in the City of N.w YOlk, and! is now I will soon recover. Tney u-unlly opt rate tvith- ol>. iinite constipation ui the bowels, I km-w of t DOa

- persons indl>:eJ tl< the thtatc of P<>:"'i. m H. ". 1 HACKLI.Y. laii' v :1tl1de. f..r'LI' toilet irepa'fd tu receive Cotton and other prmluce nti ill 10 or I'! hours, ansi never givi I.aill. unless Ihe ; erient more pr"inpr and ffi<*acioos.

ALL dtcetsi ., arc requested to I.'kc T.illahas.-C", I 14 h \1..r.lm, IfclJ-: .711! mil is fn-ui Physici i I hiSs I'll inl ti-r! amid ron nl ry I ndcd lor this mirk, Inch he will dispose ot*.n IIJllwdi aie very much cllcuml"'red They m..y ihtakrmm Their mildness and ceitainty ui action render

immediate payment to C. S. SibK-v, IXq: ill) BUNION INK UK KKOUIDA.jV'OTH'll ) m 'ii kant: *, xv ill be thankfully reitit cut and lam h- ,"innus-,1011, and flatter hnnsMf, ih it fiom long by llie moat deli.:;It. tem.ilc-s uiidei any cir them a s>atV>ind efficient purgative for w -aklj individuals. -

. save cosl f-.i.ML. II. DUVAL. : n In ribvliven. III the suits. nWrs full\J lti i dcd to H-tfW. I'cq'ma jmit.uitrc in th
- i Agent; ,.1 Cm.. \\ lli,.S l,i uus-iof this Uatik that their ml' tithe I \V. WADDF.L.J. h<- shall lie ettall' d toi\'C t-atiIts'tiohu to such hose in later pen.-dsot pre:nincy, should lake but of tluve injurious icnsC'iuencrs' that frequently resui'i -
May 2*. .12DIt. 1.loCI I-l. Heel lor ju;'| or:-S I II. RANDOLPH.U. is m-i y feel disposed to piiironisf him, not only in one ala time, aol thus continue to keep the bowel* tr iiu the h-n continued use (calomel or Hue
r c\aini
__ __ .itiori to 'lnrl.: IIUnl'Hlt.
--- I : C. LiWIS. -ah'IIt'II..il' produce, but. hi the in vest:tulfilt_ of pcn : and even ttto may be taken where the piirnt pill.
I : l.sq. Whuiri-iii' I| i
) t tc i 'ali..ral'llIli\:
", A nuIga :e" and b .n-U \\'III. s m ill iK.) jsntjo't\: ; --- -NofitT:: -- --- i niv part oj the prn.-ecil, they F. may DAVIS nicer or direct.JU&TINIAN is \er ciMite# One I'illlll a solution ol two On the whlrI consider them a valu.ible disfotV -
lo-atedh'inselfiiiTaHalM'M-c! or- I ab'e: spoons full of water, may be given t. an iniinl cry. ry re-pectfully.
i p1 ofe' lln:1 >ervires to ih. pub.ic.: '10 I'j nil T. :14 .'cril" rinfotms i lus fn r.U and the | uli- :iio. CO, Water Street, in the following dosea- tea spoon full every : S.II.H.1KUISM. 1).

f ;. Uo u to be Coun.at the uliico of l Dr. J. 11. Randolph : - '- '- ---- .1.' li.', ih it 1.C has PUll:* asi d I the f ntiitt Mock in New York. t wp hours till it"pcrates for a child from one to Dr. los. P. Tclers.

) on : Sued- {OTlTK". :; trade of Du ,u. k I HUT I nist, ii nil tinbiiiie -s will HF.rriuAcr5.il. ; lite years old, i.alfapmhi, and from 5 to 10, one pill.
.May42612 1"011 I I i: ulisriilie-is lIa\ iJI;; 'loin.i-d a oarm-r: IKMI.:I''HT I In. ,.".inueti in IO--H\ II iiatnn, in tin* suncst IF. 'VI1Ii3m.31111.. Knd.Gov. Rranh, Tal- THE PIJIENIX lJIT l'ER calhd ('ii %RLlITTP N. C. J.tn. 1st, IS17.
I 1 ip, \\ huca'tci I I t e.IIueltlll, : !D, ug "thilllI I iri'o-vnpi'd by th-m. I II.I rim u' ns hM 'hanks t
; In Leon Superior Court, iflay '('('1'11 tu tit: name ofSTEWART : 'h' pol.li<- fur thc 1 liorral chicoiti-ag.nnnt lie has re- Collins, jtfonticcllo.V.. J. Hailey, %..a nllia. ng'i e mberu they p-'sse-ssihe of health to power a glow mg restoring vigor throughouthe the npir. pills in the incipient singe of Bilious Feer.and your obstinate -

& ) & liAK.VVKIK .'lixeM, nnd hi1 soliius a cniitioiiaiicc tll( the -amc.J I \V. G. Porter, Apal:1c1licol.Cral3 it Daflin, St. constitution, as thc l'lul'nix issaitt to he colored C n ti.uions( ot the Bowels; &I>r> in the\

lichad! Daw son, J'Jallll, ) he'll shop will be I l-aind nt the old Maud loimctlyonupied J lie I I his; on I and and tt i I roiitinnc to kern p<'reral Joseph. '0 lilt front the allies ot Us own dissolution. The I rnarement! of the spleen, chronic Diseases ef tlie

vs. > In Uep'evin.Viitiacn : l'\ .l r. L. 15. Pet hums, oipoite] tinmai"- a try for the Fb.3, IJ32Gyl I Mio-nix Bitters are entirely Vegetable, composed of[ liter, sick adache, general debility, and many
Iason, d -fend u t. ) k'l house. Iud .. trade. I lie mtiti. s all those who other discasts .
town witty ---II01S'E-\XD EHT ron SALE. roots lound only in certain parts of the Western and in all cases found th m to give
O N motion (ftdl.e cl'flnJ.Utly l Ins :ln'n.y. Theuil! ke.-p I lull a "lIrru"I.I' t.f Mediant's, ha to (m'ltt iri'l'ii\' i accounts previous to l 1M-J, to cell undcrtinrd.11 ai II her hOUSE AND ouutry, which with'! infallibly cure FEVERS AND relief. J. D. BO YD, M. 1>-
It K ord-rcd a I lal. upon "honaiDaitiinand I Di I :111.1 l Ktile! ihi-sn ( )I"It 1. the, ill THE Dr. J. P. Peters.
JoMah Dawson aii'J legal Ii.t.!; CIII'IIIIIl'al'lIt Mc 1 EXI'clf pledge ihtinsehcs: to 'l'llIut'I\II! "tint punctually ati coiled, to, and goods furnished at all I
'eiiiiiiie.ini. the etrcrts of
of the Plamtltl ituharJ I Paw- the dwelling of R. B. Kerr Esq. Foi terms, ap- entirely Slercury, intinately soonerhan
representatives '. 1.1t l v .1. LDWI.N -TE\\'AI T.\1. D..J7.tf I tl.o: lo\ *-st Oil rh.-i j-iicc. the Buljtcriberon! the the mo>t powerful preparataons of Karsanaril. I iMF.cKLF.sBEcr. Co.Va. Feb. 7th, 1837.
son, to appear here at ih-' next tci-in of this ( .nrt, ii\VARH inU.NMUD.Jr. The Mhost, prices given for alt' kinds ofcnnntry ply lo premices.LEALI la and will the Ilavinc used Dr. Peters Pills in practice fir
DKYAX. inmediatoly cure dt termination of my
and hew cause why this suit bhouM 1..t Lc r 'vivcd ----J -- ---.- > !n(-e/ ALEX FOILMY DUVAL. f the last twelve months I take in i
lh"ir /.n-l it BOKflINII11y.1'l pr May I 19 -il the BLOOD TO THE HEAD ; never fails: in the pleasure givii-g
and slanl
in evidence names-that the s-aid l Kxicutosircnot ajiparmbysaifactory I 1-: II1J clilJcn; liivcopi-iicd a \llu"lr ill Tul 'I'aIlala's.e, Aiil'A I H-4.: ;s.tf--.- *i ukites incident to Young Fen ale; and will my icsrimony ofthtir god etlfctsio ca .cs 01 dipepiia. *-
-- -- "
inhMiitants of lhi Tmitory; J Lut liu- in the lahas.se-1', and atepitpaud I to ixrculeall I Ii a 'l.coti .-, FOH S.\ I.E. A COXTKAST. he found certain lemedy in all cases of nervous s ck headacr, bilious fevers, and other dis-

1 Statcof uuth Caio'ina, it is ordend that: :.ul.lic heir 'liuMiie'st III as -'ood ,* t\le'. as can be Aum.cNerth EVER.XL I iht, .Jcrs' y ir.i.n's$ with l.ar-. LI. 11.1tinlll. from the icniotesta es, lure had debility an-l wIHkne. sol the most unpaired csnsti- ese They s, produced are a sate by inc.ipjc'ty and mild c'htbe liver. tie

atjun of this rule l be mado for 14111 months, in a J..tl. "ic. ness, r.ll couiplite* Atsus t\\ II or line, horse 11 ships, hut Col.nnbus\ only found out the w.IY utions. A* R ri im dy fur chronic and inflammatory best aniclc of time kind aperient- being
Rhr\ll1lo1ll'm! hc ofthc ever n
tic newspaper published in this District aTi.riling J'1pen tiled iou lullletters, 4 e-. xaM<=. Jr. t. H. FUA=GIi to Ainrnc.1. Bff-ire the time of ilu- greatSpanislinavigator efficacy Plurm.x Bitters will I S'JOTTM.P.
to law. !Parueularaf.inii: pud to le-bn.dingold b.-oks Dec. 30, I8$7.:$ 21-tf ,people weieonly enabled! to paddle about bo c'emonisirated 'by the use of one bottle.! The G LII- C.

A true c 1'}' fro 1 hue minnte! >i-w-pip.'r>, M rjmeS.e.. -- Ihe -ht'll'h. Just so with Lime Li'e .Vrilicmcs. It inl usualdoMe! "I'I the-se bitters is ha!fit" inc glass full, : The following is from a highly respectable pljntti
i Tcs-te THUS. 1I.IUVALClek. The siilwo-ibei" ) pledge! them.ehcs that all or- '51 I 11031 AS ISALT/KLL, l!ut tWO shdit jeirs: since I first ventured upon an In water i'r ttiuc, ati-l Ihts quantry' i.iay be taken ofDirkeCo. (;'a.

nat d June.711118 ;tf, 4111.1 tiers -h.11bc ('XCCUIM'vith'! He-allies "Hid dcspali h. CIJt1'EI.f.m .ATT1J" EY ATLAW, mknotvn oce.tr.an.1 I havi ditcovcre,1 time pieoious I" 0 or ihr.e times a day, ah"utlalall hour belore Peter's l'iII-I have given them a fair triaI "

sll.VANJv I IIAYu .11. 'l'.U.t.AU'Ht! : :, -i 01 IDA.ILL I jbje.'l was in hl.an'II.f-llEALTlI.:' I Vesetab'e! : meals, or a less quantity may be taken at all times. ] nearly three d!>zen boxe lurting been used on my
$200PROCLAMATION UE\'AUU. 7.11\.1.:1". (m It 1111! 'J' I:, 11.11"I ::". I I'I-If' t \,7 I ru-rulaily utiend lo !business in the nie'licincs were mdied known, when I coininencrd; I'o those who: arc ntlhcud with indigestion afurneal i pi.mution within the la>tyeir, and their wdaiinis-
these L.tc-s will
BY jv (j i TcTT. V Y Comtot Appeals, and the Superior Courts my -a-ch.. l-ul their, me was not. lby time use oltheiTi r -, increas-j'piote intaluiMe: as they tration has hcei: attended with more stiecc.- than
I suhscrilif I ol Lc'.mli i Is.!cn, Ja.K-v.ni, ai.d Franklin Counties I have n >t only passed from the dcjerted in. very greatly ad on of the principal viscera any meilicinc 1 have ever nsidj and I take pleasure
P. Du Vat Secretary L r 1.1"jUlL rr'f'i itnl Horn, Gtorei.. tin ther
help in to
pi-rf. rum : alhl
.obn A U.in; JL He willl.c I found nl his otlice on lie hundred foot valid to th'j hale, hearty an I acme man of business.bur.comparattvily enable in reci inmend'.n? them to my friends and
Governor of riorida."WILEIREAS. ulil.jl' r.tr :JlllmW Liri, 'nltlllt'C I of -10)() aws, : the LolU.ll'h to I'isclia'ge' into the lott !Is what-
E't iifilic C House to his speaking. I have renewed ,
"'Ir"t u.t .Spare near m) reigh1 -They are handy, safe, and elllcienf
cast ste-l t II..L"hid. he wislu i II| .l.tTell'i\'
t I. Thus
j M on
aictminiodaiiii ever is u-di is S
ithas been represented to me th.u u Mile-Hi, unli'Hi ,->fiil 0 i p rulers i iiial busines". vniili. I can iliac, \\ ih: confuleiice. nit- own expenciue :estion easily and and ncid I but a trial to be annr->veil.I1KNRVP..
ASA S'UT of cwnnutvuIie, ia"i ru.ii'i.-, tcmin. JOHN I liLliR: IIc e. :30. 1-3,. 21 1-1 ifLKSLIi advise with niy fellow iliLfDo'i' : speedily lenmted. api'ttiterc l*'red, and the mouths [ JONES.
f F.ijit miles! tl1H ol TilJI.\II.' "CI'o . Inhe i l .ll) orl ell t tcssc.s; being dC.Hi""II.
murder< AB IuNNIAs.: -- oof that nutrition ,
-- the is
the reader want VEGETABF.LIFE :
pi his
EI : 1. ISJ7. M. D. at
\ Jos. Priestly Peters
' a soldier ol the U. Sla'ts lih Infantry, ulVd!! ul I tl -. .- ,---. 15 : : A. THOMPSON. MEDICINES are suitab'e! toh'* own case / racihtdtoil. find dicngth of Ix-tly ;.nil energy o Prepared by ,
of by
--- institution for the obstinate diseases
have committed in the ton 1 and Tujitoiy a Ii"e- -.L\--: \ t.1' {t.---, j7TtK.v/i') ; ff COL\\'SILLOR AT LAII', I have on fue at my office, 367 Broadxiay, hun mum ] are the happy results. Foi furtlur parli..lI. S means of vegetable cure remedies. No. let Liberty

taid, on the : 1th .May, nibtam, Jus made his escape F- I liE I l uL f'rilJ'r coiitiiiui-e to rant, on the iniiiufdClui TAII.AIIAHSFK, FI.OKIHA.HAVINJ shreds of letters, fr..m some .1 the most respctahle lars IJl'lTERy ofMOFFAT'S 1 LIFE Ph LLS, and PIHE IX Street, New York. Each box contaiums4Opih'3i'
: Tin t.tiens: oftiii uiatmvc 1.lDd oh1eieil applyatMr.Mort.it'!, Office, No. :U>7 .
Wf.nnd my v.lulInrilr
ingot 1
\ III I .1 a'llimcii ( re-f.UM.ed the of profession Price
practice fifty cents
New ,
Now therefore iii of law *! do horeby narivtay, York, where the Pills be
pursuance ha\ on hand a gerunl in leltill1onyofLhe virtues .fa A GOOD VEliETABU' can h0fcato
ahaoitnicnt cither hio'e businci -
at his
I |'iromptal.icnlien any obtained for JCpThe invaluable Pills sold
offer reward T\vo hundred dollars If11'C 23 cents, 50 cents i.r $1 box I are
a i\'EDWINE.
; '
or n-tuil on UH icasonablo per ; )
irmn ai he sold his in time Courts of the
call York
entrusted charge Superior prices
to and the and retail in Tallahassee N w
fur the and ol the bald Asn Bitters for M I or 32 tottIer'Numnerou'i : (at '
delivery HI."utht'l markcl.fle-live'rahlfi Persons whocinstitutions have been per .
I in n
} at my M .re in, Middle Hstnctcf: Florida, ard mum time Court ef Appeal nearly and the and (
Smith in any jail in the District (if Ea .t riorida t'lallnlnbvo. WAI. II. FRANCIS.. ruined by the "all infallible" mineral preparations certificates of the wonderful efficacy of'bl,11i Drug ApoLhecraryS&reso ,

and I do hcriby enjoin and requite all mn i&trati s (' I'. S. Haung now an experienced knian, Ollice?' on the south side Washington Square. of the day, will bear me witness that the Lire Medicines may ba there inspected. and STEWARD RANDOLPH* & LEW'IS.

and peicc officers to be ,'igilaIlL in the nprtehcnsionK n'l articles. will .It-.made _to order in the abotc Iim-, IVh. 17. .IK::18' 1>8IMCIIAIU nnd such only, are the true course to per- In some obstinate and complicated cases of Also for WADDEU Sale in Montice'Ho by A. >YlKI h.iIndnincy
of the said ofl'cndcit I chronic
and all Job work done vtithoiit delay, cither in the -- maneftt good health. JOIUV.VOFFAT.GENERAL and inflammatory RhenmatU'ii, L'ver: p1tVIPSON.And .
Asa Smith, some time!* known oy the nin.e (of Fever by Dr.
tin ware 01 sleet iron IHIMIU-M. \\. J I. 1Jan. ) WKLLFOUl. Complaints, and Ague. Dyspepsia, I'aUy, b. had in all the principaltown
Fulwood, il about five feet seven or ei-ht inches i I G. I IKK: o-j -if ATTORA'KY COUNSELLOR AT LAW REMARKS RELATIVE MOF- Piles, il'jllrirsi'om the use of mercury, qunine.; on inquiry can and Alabama.
high, light complexion, anj well formed. He lias j jreltlions TAM.AIUSSF.E Fi.oiuniWlLI FATS 1.1 FH PILLS AND P1KENIX and umber diseases of Long standing, it nay be in Florida, Georgia, for-PtTERs' >'tcr
in the lower part of Georgia. It i is sup. J.ANI FOil SALK.: BITTERS. found nec-ssary to take both the Life Pills and ;jLj Be careful, and enquire
he 'vitlendeavortoinake his to TVx J regularly intern! to business in the the Phoenix TABLE PILLS,
posed Biter
neilirints have : the doses
escape In
These long been known and before
1 Given under m11311d and seal this .">th will sell my tract of Lain! consisting; (>f :ItiO( rt of l ap- mended.N. recom May 12tJi 18-8. 40-tf
as. day [ 17'0 in Appeals, ami in the Superior pieciueif: ,,, for their extraordinary and immediate i ,
acros, ) n hmihi state of cultivation tt >th
4'. I of May, 1838. JohN P. DU VMSeeretaryandActiiigGcunorof Florida', good gin l>ousc. and .'rt'11 mlFicie'iKy of neru Courts of Leon, (Jadsden and JeflerKon Counties. pvcrsofresturing perfect l health, t. persons suffering B.-These Pills and the Bitters will g.:t nil i BARNARD

cabiis, and provisions enough to supply the plan Office N. K. Corner of McCarty and under nearly every kind of disease to whichthe mercury out of the system infinitely faster than the I STEWART :

LOST.ON tuition the iirrt year. 71ie lund is tuaftd d nile Mctiroesls.AJ i I hnnan, frame liable. 'Lest preparations of Saraapanlla, and.! are a AVE just received ftam New VorJ awl 3..tt.timoyc .

I- Thursday the 10th inst., between Tnllaha from Talluhas ', *.n the Micasukce road'and unjoin > IJ, I93S 55-lf :I In many hundreds of certified instances, they tain remedy for the rushing of blo-yd IQ the cer-I LI a uiesh supply of DRUGS & MED.ICINES.AhSO .

t R and Lake Jackson, in the roid leading ing \1 r. 1/jritner and olhcrs. I m mediae poiitio -. .-- -_ ___ hays even rescued sufferers from the very verge or all violent headaches tic doule.ireiix, &c.-All FANCY ARTICLES, Perfumery

V \ t; to Btewart'u Ferry, a calf akin j pocket bro'c, containing ot the had
. 42 several no'es: OhtI nole against( Junes Hu'chinp, Tallahassee15.. A. C'HAPPF.L. I'iJiard hayward, i day: utterly failed ; and to many &c. should never be without thellifoP.lfi.or the warrant to he f good quality
Spears for Fifty Dollars, date not icc.dlectrd, tt hicli Jan. (>. IffW.:\ 2'1 -tf \8. [ In Chancery. thousands they have permanently secured that Bmlorra hitters, for one dose in time: will save life. They Among their assortment may he found W f.
S iP? -- --- enjoyment of health, without winch life itself equalize the circulation
note is paid. One note against Duval and Hutch- homas; Jefferson Green, of the blood and draw lowing valuable popular medicines:
' ; ;t ins for one hundred dollars, dated iho 27ih day of DISSOLUTION. appearing to the satisfaction) ihe C.urt is but a partial biessing. So great, indeed, has Iheir all pressure from the head, restore perspiration, HOUCK'S PANACEA,

I. 1 March 1838, which rote is also paid. One note ''il.1\tlY.; Co-paitnorsliij lurrtifo: existing under IT the ilefendart, Thomas Jefferson Green is tlwt not efficacy invariably ana infallibly proved, that it and throw off every impurity by the pores of the SWAIM'S do

againit Joab Willis, for Fifteen D.illurs, date not : -l lie name uflu. &. 110 thiNs, is this day ,. an inhabitant\ of time United S'.ati-s of North Amtri- has appeared scarcely los? than miraculous to those skin. INDIAN do

recollected, one agiin ti. II. Couitnry fo* four dissolved by mutual consent. All j persons hating ca, bui a cilircn ol' the Stare or Province ofTexai wile were unacquainted with _the beautifully phi- Beckwith's Dyspeptic and 4 ti-BiIion.s FIlLS,

dollari, one in favor of R. //. Berry, drawn by demands rgainst said concern will pieent them to it u ordered by the Court, thai if the said def.nd losophical principles upon which they are compounded IMPORTANT NOTICE Peters'Anti-Bilious and Dyspeptic Pills,

Wm Simson which it also paid the amount girt nCftlltcUd Aux. FORMT DUVAI, who is fully authorized to ant, Thomas Jefferson Green, does nOL and- It and upon which they consequentl!* act Persons using the Life Medicines, are advised Gnllighan's Fever & Ague Pills,

; ttith two ten dollar nous one five dollar icitlenll debts due by the concern. And all those answer the bill (complaint filed by said appear Richard was to their manifest and iennib'' action in pu. to take the Pills at night, in sufficient quantities to Chapman's Dyspeptic Pills, _..,

note and two one dollar notes all bills of the Union indebted will make pt'mcntlo him. I hayward, on or I cfore the third) clay of the, nextnvtrml.wr rifyin them the springs and channels of life, and endu. operate two cr three time on the bowels in the Rwand'a Tonic Miituie, and Anli-Bihous riusJuerVins

Bank with a number of other papers not now AI.I X. FORMYDUV.4L, term of this Conn to bc held in the ing renewed tone ac'l vigor, that they were course of next day. Also, take M table spoonful Ointment for ulcers and old sores.
recollected": All ]>ersonr are forxarued from iraS W. J. IIUTC111NS. city rallahassoe, in the Territory Florida the : for their name, which was betowe upon of the Bitters haltAdministrator's an hour before each meal.F .- Together with a great variety of the most approved
'- dint for any of siid note, as they are nearly al Tallahassee, April 23.J.) 18$8.$ 38-t Fame wibhhic taken as confessed I and he decree,will them at the spontaneous requestorsevcial t Individ r those ot'a delicate or enfeebled constitution Patent Medicines, -

S pata by the drawers. I will give a reasonable re- be entered ngamst him according to the of u\U whose lives they had obviously saved half the quantity may be sufficient. Also, WINE & BRANDY, of very superior

5; ward to any perron who will deliver the PocketBook COPARTNERSHIP.U7WE cud bill of complaint. liy order of the prayer The proprietor rejoices in the }pp.irtuni'ty aflbr- ICpTlia above valuable Meiciaesire for 3ale quality, selected! expressly for the use of the sick*
and content to me,or to A. F. Duial I. 'f.a 1111'&uee. the ,ofCENTtE lute thu:duty ndKKKV.entered:into for I Co tin rlrlnerallip.mr&npacmn.itr under Tlionui Randall. TIIOS. H. DUVAL!, CTk Judge, ded placing by the his universal VEGETABLE diffusion LIFE of the' daily press for in this City, at the Drug Store of Pyioligoeous Acid, for curin; and presem'5tfeais.

I THOMAS SIAIHON Gron-ry and TrovUinn bu_inrn WILLIAM rRNTKH: a lly L. w' D. STUNE, Dep Cl'lr. the PILLS within W DDEL, RANDOLPH LEWIS.. .
-May 19 41 Jin I.J<<38 3i' If JOHN B. KEEN. 1 February. 3, 1836-20 knowledge and reach ofevery individual in the Also by Stt'AIAr/ MADDUN 8t. Marks Cwppinprand ot1mersurgiea1intrumeflI.&eICTall

rom mnity. Unlike the host pernicious qtiarke- Tallahassee, May 19th, IftW.: 41-Iy'r. ihassec, May 13th, 18IW.L .