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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: September 1, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00287
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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TIER FLOIIIIUAN diil; not legislate i simply for themselves. Tterc

Is published every Saturday, nt 1'ivuPollars per THE! FLOK.IDIAN. was then but little) proriaailify! that the poor &

iiinuiu, )paid: wiiluaihc ycai ,-or 1'oiu Uoilai.silpaid ; I scattered colonies! would so speedily! become

in juivanre. a great and !powerful nation, but they Lothonght -
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AJ1nn1"i"t\tl"TIt u1 'lrl.t',1 ol One Pollar: per
them of tbe debt which they owed to
square of fil.I 'iMi I lint's oi I It- s, l<>i tJir fasi, 1 niser'Oil .- .
--- I future
their
generations. Tlirough enlightened -
anl.tJ.tII! I''l t'I' ll ti'- -fit-lit HI.rlul.A.rli.unt.lh :
fle.II "
n.ii 1111 I :.>'l t h llic 11\111'r.1| "l AISSF.Z NOUS FAIKE. I patriotism and! disinterested efforts' their

*iitI I ItIIS required will:i t>c ,',.lluu1 UIIII f'Jri'IeI. .- country '1.15 become great ;'* SKIs! ; and we
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Binl dla rI'hlr.: \ L arc )hen* tins ) the fruits of that
ilny. reaping
LI"I'r'to the 1 IMiiui oiibii-iu''s!.i* iiin-cUd wi.h J LJ 'S1l-1:3L lh iJ1: .L ..ltlA j'r lnll- a* 1-i 1'1-D

4 the establishment: : must ju.tj M411. f_-.---.--- --- --_- -=. -.----.-- _._- :=, -- .--- -- -- -- labor whose fml fruiion .they have not teen
y- prnnittrrj to enjoy.

'otl'. ., _, L. r'. #v.. : ) ...I ISV .AITIIOK1TV.I : navigation; of the Hudson river, above andtel.v ]f For repairiuu; Fort Nia!!;ir.. III the Slate lot I low ever endeared. to them by rominls-
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: 'AY & DAVID WILSON '. .". .JsL :, .... -- -- ,-. Xew York three thousand dollars. i
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T r' mo n.\ '4' -. ?.;.t. --- - -- Albany in the State of New York, one ences of whatever: IioM! the name of old
; ,lurin2 my WTT from SlUt -
Ut.lrll\M .rAT" PAS KP AT THE SKC: hundred thousand dollars to be expended contingencies : !
... Kngland: .. and vvi'l tr.iiiiiict aiiy business C'-inni'iti-d t 1,1 ., po on "
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!v. a. o:\ U 'KASIIN i' I lib T"'TtrU'TIIJ"tltt:'S. thousand tlmiltars.Sec. :
tl'\ ?,". j. ;;. uui.u.Tallahassee. t1'. .- according! to the plan and. estimate rccomruended as it was f liy its deeds of a orient fame, by be-
July ::;, 1 ItfW: 48-tf I ".) .;'"j T .I..t._oJ I .. [l'ultli--Xo.51. ] by t iho Seii etary 1)1 t War: 2. And ho it fm ti cr enacted!, 'I hat in;: I hut, cradle; : ot"their religion, ami by their

, nit; I'. s. BKA'T TUT"OVTIIIIS I \4ib' A IV AC7'( tu pro\iili> fur I-.olllcmcut hi! For continuing the improvement of the ,, of the sums appropriated by this lull a por I share in its hereditary prejudices, they broko ;

III' Ir.'!" ,.i''I.\1 scruci-s II tl>" citi-I .YOBjWZi2'/ .m..Il.C' LJn!:', th cl-lini nf I tht' 81.,1001) IS'ow Vurlt, l los. harbor: NViImiugloii! Del.iwaie, nine th-m lion not to exceed lilly per cent inn ipon: alii I | through all those tics which are fit apt to lull

T.IItJ': I' .id i.1 luJ..il| 'I;: country.i. t j '( 'I'I 0\ C It use M-mci's of IHT militia.G S.LI"llhreu hundred and /fifty MX dollars.: the i Urns ubovi; lifieen; thousand dollar.-, men into jnlcs.cence with their ancient -

Ii",' i i. .I...;. "il'"' <, 11.1'..I( .111"", ,'.pI I AMICo \\ it uuuclcil: by t lie, bi-n.iti' nut'! I House J For conlinniu) : the iuii, "ruVcIii'nt of the shall be ilravvu from the Trea.sury drirm) These recollection indeed predilections. I
< " :n. II
Ill- Ii-; tit in sss <> ii r ( a III.
i. __ -- -- I j. 1 D.II.Y: \\Viliif-l.iys& Aiucica i in C"II; > us.sfm'.ilcil'! That Ih.1 propriations hall be liJr tla.: olject'designated '
--." ; ri.ss and f live hundred and! seventy three dollais. I expended entwines! an-I though bereft of all I those!
Twenty Dollars lt<'\var sweeter
: uI ll STOLEN) fioin the was -
l'JtItIlitl lnvnur 4'lolllai.IIt.tI'rK of Ad- I II
I c'r :
Tl1l.1I1t""li' and Iircctt l to cause to he ns inhiir.icd the Delaware! break eight hundred and thirty r.ine.
'(' il'r. m .ad'11 County, ('I : upon ll.ec.-tite of I lliiuyllow- For continuing water ; declared! their indejKMidence of the

:.ilir'April l :1'AY IIOJl:) :. c !IL"r" one whilelillid .tr I, (!I. '.<'iscd. nil: ,persons iiu:.:-bed; to .said istalovill I and paid) to !tlw slate of New York one hUll ,p.el and fifty thousand dollars. Approved,, July !'Ih. liS3S._ crown of .:n. liln'l. Tbe liaidy yeomanry of
l; .it, U'ld II.l lost h's let ev' lie facs:l I ItI ,! Ili.iJ.c: imiilt'.li. I the order of the Governor; of said) State.
| MSI: : Uc jiayiiicir' l1I.lllau, on : For coniinum! I tin improvement of the "OKATION.Delivered America; rushed from 'her 'mountains and
oM I
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and
nltitut I ti y maik< ili t
U.)t'*>.wi-ll<"' the, I:n;ht tslKtuMur.' or Tit i-ius a'"Irl'wanl' \\ ill II, |'i.\\'I" "iil.um:' l.y) law.will: PIL---I.II jlf./Ir.X.\NDlill.! t'uMH'' willnn: tin1) Urnn'ud : out of the appropriation for the preventionofliostilitie.s harbor of Ualtimore! Maryland twenty' thousand at Plraiant Grace, on the ll/i of I plains, from tdu places of their; daily labor, to

bs p.ii'1: f"r the tl.I"'q' Mir'.s f. I-'sq.
J dv 1S3S. -1-3-tf July iy'W.M.: u. u.i.EN.
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I 'JO imljb. ld'J\. ."'" tl. O'ltln! ( hip.; .| i I nv.rbTlTlll.N I'___ ._____ u __ amount l us the I'.iymasler, General: of the For contiuuing th.> improvement of the FELLOW CITIZENS,-Thubiitli day of a The stiitly! of it-, history bias. been the employment -
UlCJIAItDS.Notice. : .
(:OJU'O,1) !United: States; army and the acfountin ollicers } of Cape Fear river below Wilmington of Votirvoiith It has
navigation bevn
anil! nation lie a pleasing
.i'-. 1 ;Q,1 l young rising { glorious jubilee ;
._. : .I;s.t.I:.' ( I: 01' S t It UCL', of the shill assertain and
Treasury ;
certify Carolina
-- iSorih twenty thousand wf our rnliorial existence, a 11I1 l deliverance scene of contemplation: for your maturcryears.
I .lor .UtI/.ill; liter,
\\ould have been due fioin the U lIiteci '
,.I ill'I i: C",'putnon-liip I i I linct..f.irp rxistinj t i' under M'il/i direct ions fuf --Fur S.'I//J j dollars. Iron a foreign yoke, has once more come ; .
VKC. byWADDKL
JL Ih'utl"IJ.i.J)1JAUIc 1: itiisday State.s lo the \oluuleers and militia called t For continuing: the improvement of Pain around. With feelings! ot" no ordinary i'lm.1 You !have dwelt with pleasure upon tho ;

il!-,'ll"'II.* I.y 14e Ut I. "J II. :\1 liav-. ILtN lJOr.1'11, & LEVIS, into the boivicc of the State in the Litter ,: lico or Tar river, below Wushinijtoii North Lieu have congregated lieu e to : ) :stirring details! of patriotic deeds enumerated I :
ir t s. tl (!Ii.. *-n',t llriil, \\'. Jiri"-oilt I III rllIal.a.1'oI'1'. ., June :r.Oih.: H !'. 47-if of the eighteen hundied an-l thirty you <
: part year Carolina.UK! for improving New river twenty in its Your hearts hive witha -
the
gowcil
and all I li '.so ilue tic! fiini ---- -- : return ota day long consecrated in your pages. -
i.imc juyiiieat all
fr : XO'l'ICJ:. -seven and the Iii i st 1.trt of I the year eighteen l five thousand dollars.I patriotic (fire when! tin
will al.u.a'.I\l; wiili P. 11. :\\aill, who is.Julv hen its, by the joyous and proud recollections you contemplated [
L of Daniel
autliorizcJ! tu settle the Al persons inIc1Jtt.tltllhr. f.statn hundred and tlnrly ei i1it, for the I'rolt'ctiollofsaiJ Foi continuing the of the of her when the fecblo
amr. G tlllt, lec. are required tu makc i mlllctJiale i I improvement which it ii calculated to produce. The inhabitants courage sons most
P. ii SWA.IM, [Myment to the smbscribi r. frontiei by the Governor, it'said j navigation of the Ohio & Mississippi rivers of your rising village where a few woman sacrificed their all, their lives and
LF.VI A. MAPnCN
K.: LOOCKERMAN, Executor- volunteers! had been duly called. into the service I from Louisville to New Orleans in that Proud of
The lUs.inc will! hereafter l seventy years ago naught was heard but the yell of property, glorious cause.
IJI
ct.luct'duJlr lOtli() H138. 4' -lr of the United States and .
the, *.tVl,'n'id name of V 11, WAIt&CO. -July- regularly received thousand: dollars. the savage or of the inmate of the lot est, the reminiscences of tba past and 'looking

St. )( k". July -', .1H38 48-Sm: %O1iC. and according to the laws and regulations I For continuing the improvement of thei have borne with them the blessings of civilization forward lo the bright hopes, which the future?
---- boinc fnerally believed nnd cxpcrtrt'' that which have in the
IT governed pnyincritof i Mississippi river above the mouth of the holds out, have sttiven to render
and deeply implanted here the memo you your
Noth'c.TlltTY i IJ'rizht 1' Gli.son, l.ileof ihc Cuuntvuf Le"n.in .
the and militia of other
volunteers States
days after
heniaJe Hon. Jud. e (>f J.ick, Cuuuty I ICoull heirs, N'TICK( is' lu'icby hen, ,accordim to tin- I Providtil, That the accounts of'the agent sand dollars. time-worn patriots of old, you suffer no relaxation which awaits your free and happy land. '
I.r liavo to Icllls''tIII! ing to :ihcof estate statute in surli cabo inulc: InI l proxiileil: that 58krtlit I employed by the State of New You k to make :1 For continuing the removal of ob.slruc of their
pri time lervour, but each fir that dark, and
Li.vi Siiiiih, tlcc. .fsllo .'uuty. \ T. Glis uii die A at Sin II Point, in i lie (it). said he submitted to the 1'aymaster thousand dot gloomy period, which has
Ohio
[payments !' lions (Grand
in river, year, with renewed ardour, you commcmmo- been truly styled the tune which tried men's
ELIZA. SI'H. A.liu'rx. of Leon, on ihc 'J2d July, I IS7:! b-axiiig a peixmal General!, and the accounting officers (orthcir .
JAlUSS\rl: : > .I estate, apl".ti-e,1 i l at iibout .00.() S.iid CiliNSon was ; 1.1r"j rate the festival which they delighted to honor souls a leader was found, who was fully competent -
.auli I. about led 6 inches isizti. nf 1ihtt and inspection : And prodded also, Thai I For continuing the works at Buffalo hur Your hearts
JUII: JlTn, ) ; : fOIllI.It'xit.n| j beating with animation, and the to the task of saving his country in bet i
I1Ih. 1':2 7-j w- Io\\ b.iir, and 1-c abi>ul 'J."i of no l ibinibursemcnt shall be made account
June huppo-cd years ';; -- I His : i if ,iJc i., the a ,
re'.ari'iMs any, aro ::supposed- ic. of the of volunteers or mililiavho ;
Notice.lin I'''Stale {Nor r s r.ilim.Iir.NUY i payment any and for erecting mound or set wall along the joy you fuel on this glorious occasion. America gloried in her Washington. Both I

1" fl)1k( of Acoiunt jf the Subscriber arc I' I I : .VALKKl!, AJiuini iranr. \ refused to be received and. inns ;, the Buffalo! creek: to prevent the influx of Chosen. by your will to recall your minds to were indeed the saviours of their
i 10:1'1111 i the lianils t.f J.V.*. Cli ik1 -, at th I ." tered into the service of the United States country-
July 7, l- 4--Cw lie Lake said peninsula lucy eight the
> | : which led that
causes to
P.aiiter* Hotel. A.II''r.."IJ" iii.kb'.oJ! "In rc.u, iiicnqu .' _ ''I' to serve under the ollicers of the United overt independence, the founders onls independence. And the
( U-J to rail and etilc by Ji'tftr ulhel \\OC, A CAZtDT thousaud dollais! ; I and to pass in review beforo jour eyes the names of both are engraven deeply on thai
or their accounts will' tie l ftvitli a Ju;ti<<* nf tlIVace UNFOUNl: It'p.'I'| -yI ltiriii: llic Huij.orary States army appointed' !b) the. I IVe.si<]cut to I For continuing the preservation of Ply- acts and characters of its founder?, 1 will as hearts of a grateful people. America called

for c..!!li'rMoi.. (iKUil: r. Fl-JlElt. ,: sul :01"1 i.er' .it 't. Ji.'i pli f.r a command on tho northern frontier.Appprovcd '! moutii! beachtwo thousand four hundred dol far as my abilities will support me, comply ,0 i Washington to command Jier armies-.to
:: :f ks l I that): be '-t': improprrly'
!wVL" disposing
Juno 2 $I. I IrO Ila'l. ; July 7th 1538.
___ __ __ _.____ ___ I 1 of tin p.oi''Uy; ] in liU JMJ--SC*' j.iii. \\ nli an iiiiciiljoii) ; I luis; ; with your request. head the struggle against her unnatural foe.-
For Sa Je'. I..of g.iiIl: to l-'iaucc, riiu--. ,1 l an: '.11.ldll\CII! I la l>osiioil -- i For continuing: the preservation of Prov The grinding and high banded! oppression, The hjston of his noble deeds of daring are

ONE I i\\1\ lior'e Jerscv Wa-jim, hung on. spriI-s: '! out uza'list him and I i the sion! ami crtVrti! of I'I nr.ic.: -No. .">">. I lincctovva haibur. four thousand live hundred which the government of(Ireat Britain wield too familiar to you to need any recapitulation.:
Two % horse IrrevVTv "
ou : \in
JUlie 9) 11 WM./I. rilAXPIP.I j jAGKNCY the late I l-idor<: iorar! II JCl"e.'II.! c.f1.0'11' lie ja.lmini < .\II act to provide for certain harbors, and) for i t doll.tr>; ed over these states her then colonies was The contest was long and protracted. The
___ ___ ______ 'tiaior loll!hi' Kn j i..1 n.ou; and cl-Nol; l.y 1 U- 'ulnuib 1
__ I .rI:iy. On !cin: i nifrin 1 of the oi-riirr'Mii-f, ,the reni'ival, of olMmuoiis in and at the For cunli ining the ;preservation. of Rains- the immediate cause which induced your 1i..IJ30fllis country were strewn with! the dead

,\WA.SIHXfiTOX CITV. i i I. 1 'rlllit: rctnrni'd to'l\illih.i.-! s.iu!iIi.I tl.e I ii'outh! ot cert.iin rivers, :and for other iiurpo.ses i t ford. i-l.l1lcl.cven! thousand three hundred forefathers to throw ofT her yoke. Satisfied and the dying. Famine with the horrors of

FRANCIS A.\ in DICK; rei-i-'ne KXS..1 1 lliu of the.11'1.0| City n'niriii of Wash)lulul .I ,1il/1 l and jiroi.-jn-il ,.1 ilis'uis! il <..f the {pr'ceTl.i'.Mti' -*. VUI ill ; the year one thousand eight j j and !fifty three dollars. of their inability any longer to remain with war in its train, changed the once peaceful

l I.r him lor S1<-\c.:aI| yr.irs in the Tresui v aul' \\ar :, hi-ifiut'ire( i is and i'!' tliunde
licpartincntu, lflllt'rl..1..pllllle, .\:. nry "fCllilllc! l a rLMicwaK't tin- f ivois/ of biscusti nu-rs. He it I'liaeted; by (the Senate: and House I(iervation of Fairweather island! and rep.u1 : enactments with which. they were loaded abodes of sorrow and despair. The heart of

before Cmisress, and other branches .f tl e uovcrn-1. I I.'. cr.UAUDIN.; : of Representatives (at f the Tinted S.itesof 1 ill: the break water near Black llock harbor, their grievances compelled their reluctant: the patriot in that dark, hour, turned cold

the meet various, iu"lutillc'lIImi".iNlers piibli, : < oli.s.: H.will und. r tic.'tu-s attend.lIlItI'l Adin'r. of J I. GctvrJin! dc-ccasLil. A miei ira iu Coi.ijress assembled) 1'hat j I Connecticut eleven thousand live hundred assent to a separation from the parent country. within him. The enthusiastic welt wishers

all |tr -(II1.ti.n; c1aIII'-t: c procuring "f p..1 I June\. Ii.21-!-,All IRIIJ,viis bavlii'4; cl'lims-H5 oii.iit.M I Uu, i I lie following sums be and the same ;are hereby ;, and hay: dollars. This their decision, created a new tlf their country were disheartened, the cal

tent for public! I liiiils-CaIIfl4' for\ horbfii lo--t in I estate aro r"]p-(:pe t"clt.l pi s< nt the sa.iio fur si tilemi'nt : appropriated; ba paid out of money in For continuing the improvement of tbe epoch in the affairs of men, the era from cul.LtingUl'camu neutral) and the vacillating
ili! s rrvi-'e 4.fthe. 1'n'utd:i Stet es-property dcbtrwjej .< siili- the harbor at the mouth of Ba 3 liver, Massathusells whence be dated the rise of a free soldiers)
nod t.I! 11..ul h.1II': rl.iinix! .ig.ijii'.t ii I I'riltl'r Treasury, nut otherwise I appropiialed, may sya traitors. His faithful who! with him

.'., lllo invulil for icvitlutioi.nrv, r\"luti"uL'Y 1 and i ICE 44,ntivv whet PCII r ( .illll"-1 :, individn t'.I'!1alill_ <>11 I"H..tii.<* intfrst'd in I forcair\in on and) completing ctitain \\ UI Its '! ten thousand dollars. tent of government pure' and reptiolican( in bad battled in the cause of freedom, ia want
wcI l tlio. commenced
iiiuuuun, half pu v, <'1' bounty l.o.d, :'< ea : I l. ,.f L".sti < ' aiiiKt the kl.iirf irdn.L:: .ts tia: U lIi'ct Slates: : | wi1! me lii'iii' a,"oi's*: nn-l, n..kc lii" Sttt'IUtIIt, Fur.lIlillllit.., the constinetou of a h.iriior Church's cove, town of Liule Campion, with which those of the old world are intermingled. tiny. Yt.t in tlis! midst of these and still more

claims yr.'win. out .>f c'i.tr.ifts i with the :"\'- and I pr.iy .1 Uiicli: s r;c a-> :liiu.ii-t ar! an-ordin toi at Michigan: city; I Indiana, sixty thousandcven I Uhodi, ; Island, eighteen thoujand dollars; Tins period, the 4th of Jul.v.17iG. discouraging events, the mind of Washington

the ercmeiit ittu.il(Ir or dimases conduct sustained if tLc'c; i in rl'lll"'Jlt.no c 'II .'4j''eiice ill-I ofi I I i II\\- -- ----r.-< ;-. \ > hundred: and thirty three dollars! &Intililt Kor the prolecliouundimproveme.il) of Lit the date ci'the immortal declaration of was undaunted. IIo> fit :the justice of the

u'lil.t 1 -%"ic'- lie Kgg hut hor ti'n ilDtisiuul dollar.Kor their! ri'hts, and of tlu-ir! unalterable determination : be bad
d. I.It\ t l1.i"\h" > I'1.rc t' 'u I' '" t'I' i1s.! I \ llill'5; ('('111:. I catiiu ilL whiIi: been engaged; and as
nff Ci \: hi:ii jn 'y r!']'Uirc tLe :iid of aa jjrt lit or .it-1 "ITAMr'S li.ni'l.f.*I.fr HICK coil-T; I: li--i .HIs ji ar.l j iili l )I.i.! I urtuiintsii.9ji urffiii".r -. 1 i Fur ontiinun tiie con tniction of a pitr! improving; Me natural channels at the ; lo obtain their recognition our nation j such., that it would! sooner or later triumph. J
jiereiiijitury
lorn'y. .t.c.cnlill :t ,! my| --croil forthwith to sc't'oili.; III. l'eixiis lor breikatir at flje mouth of the river St. noi them and southern entrances of the Dism al'! holy-day, i is a day not only deemed sacredand ; lie I l wet: knew that though Freedom's battle t

tliea.noui.toi'the Jli ch's rzisvi'l cULnan! b' m"le'lat'
1 vicesMR.. nient c.tl.er: tj Chuic 6. Sil';.c-y, I IN: ) srVl. and thiilccn i [ dollar! For the i improvement of f the Arkansas dent throughout the rargu of the naiver.sc.On (lie breasted every danger-hu surmounted

DictKssi.s: i \non Inmost (if those wh" 1s:,\c I, .Jiin0li! \ 18 t.. 1. t.N1))1.l'J.I'i'la'.as.t.r' ).H'. 'JV. [III. For the IU.ltillultilln of! the works of the. river, firly thousand dollars; that glorious diy the representatives of every obstacle. lie called upon Isis country -"
1I in Ci'nzress v\iibui 1 i t'it 1 l.i; by people
I.L. \\'..ishini"iAll --l\'oU.t lnrb': tn-ar, t ibo m utl of the Iliver Jluinin removing were : mcii':he urged them with every argument
) ave itceupieJ public siuioii sit ;
p letlers must nny i ue ,'o"l pni-l. | T.tJ.!:'! \ CALLAUMY, ii my n-ont ti i| Michigan I ; fifteen thousand- ; dollars: the wreck iu the harbor of New Bedford, the proclaimed to the nations of tin earth, ljat! ubich could stimulate freemen. He paintedto

IUfereucas.-('/\'. ll. \.Call. C..\.. '\ III. I'.Du-1 i, ..1J tt! iI1-act all My bu-i.u. 1:1: l t.lI"I"j'ri\I :' \ i. | For eonlininn the i inipro\emeiit of tiii-! unexjionded balance of an appropriation; often thy were absolved from atI. i.ltlce to a tyrannic them in glow iig colours the certain results

t val, Jen. Jo''n 1'. Duval: Jlaj. Je.ss.c II. Willis.April I .\. MoNKlLL.n7ih : Ih'iibor at this II10IlI!, ol'1/birk i river, in Jelf-T- ; tit u-aluil dollars, :naiuJuly! tour, eight government. The colonies: bad repeatedly which would ensue, were tile contest unsucjccssful. -

t, -JH.-Iri'l-J. : '-i-'r. -.1-ii--.-, I.::H. ---i'lf<; son eouiitv! titr of :Xi-w Yuri, twenty t'.vo I lei n L'uidied and thirty six, being seven stated! tlieir grievances ; t'ley! bad That Jiieir oppression would be still11101C
f 14OIt .\'I'u"sff: "c'HHI.< : dollars. Iltoll" 'liol Mbundled and niaety oat: dollars" ent mumoriaU after memorials to a
liioii-ainl j i'.iur lii.ndr.-i! anllI.1n 1 : government 'allill"-IIaaullclr; chains would be
nv-
i tl.e I lint l I41'-::i't'it (innei 1 .S'l'.bv ', S l I. '
on r.ii'in-.i ; inn : -r 'TIII I l ri n : .;just retu d! ," r .0.1t'r
LOST ..& ), A Plain Note ur"IIiiiiI, 'I'u\\t'a. dirfr"1I1 \/'\ '"" Ic, tll as.rtIii ; For (:o .lin.iiu! tin- impr"\'I1""t[ /If th'ihar'jor .Hid lit rty evcu cents..Sec. which, buinir lie I ono under which their I itu.l yet 1 firmer than before. They did rally;

;: eivcn by Jim-v C. I{irk! 11I1!, to I ih" riu'R' n''.r l.bearer. .j II. 4 f=!,.ill: IIIiJII"r cnOlls.; tt. It ..\ : ; at \ShIuI hal: I!, in tins state of New '. And be it further '-naclcd, That lathers lived, they deemed! to be paternal.Tlieir .- as freemen contending for what to them was

"f.'r fifty iJ-iar!: <, ditu.l: a1* .ut' tli<- -2th!) ii': .11 ,1CfJ :SOCKIIIK.: ::?.-r.xi: ;" ciil! d.i.ly. a funiuisiij.p'v : York, lifieeii t hundred i dollar-I till appropriation hereloforo made of len petitions had been spurned ; redress ol dealer than lile. The fruits of their exertionsmay
MolI.l,, I .-, au. mudo i-ayaMe: i tin; l.r- uf Jaiai II'I' |"-r :.hs.. n-i r.ui.l-"rli..I. rui< !ii-< r> nnii ihoiisi.nd dollars f the mud injuries was denied them. Tbe right of -
removing
I, I i Fur roulIuisillIug ihr ivpresfuUtion be reid in legible characters upon that
I
text. .All p'-tvnisare .C I 'bvarnd irmitradiifuriiid ; q'lc4ctJ In rail: .i ii.t C:3\ tUlIlIA f.r thoiu-.cvcb.! -
: .Vute. and J. C. )Ivirkl.oul fl'/llI1pl\.in; / it. Low fat. <'a :ii or apjiioWi! rp'.lit.AI.KXFOU.VY I t. : .It the mouth (.I I lie ( :icnne.--ee. I liver, .-ho.tlied!, tie; Bulkhead, in the harbor otppal.idt in tb-J councils their country,heir star spangled banner which floats on. every

1). ii. ;1l.jltl'llbY.JUII I DUV.H. t till th" State of Ne'v Yoik, tv.enty live thou .\ : cola be, and Ibo same i ia hereby prerogative as CntdUhmcH, was not conced I..tr ez.. The God of the just befriended him. .

15. 1-3-s 01-!_,_ T.lh I.I''II'. JII" I .II.. I :;.. ,allcl, dollars. tr.I 1 fern.d to the deepening of the straight ed. Vet. notwithstanding this the govern His country stood redeemed.1'rom .

I -JV tiee.. I '' -\otii.. For coitinuin! tin i icinoval of ob.slruct chamiil I i in the same harbor. flout of the mother country, persevered in the vine-clad hills of fair France
rrTll II i: Subscriber.. in orted a STP.A M :*"'- my! j'b-0iic;: t'n.in the Trnilory Sec.::. And bo I it funlur enacted), That claiming tin right of taxing their colonial sub ;
lions live thousandoars.
at Jilack liver Olio
Delt.l :
f, MILL: at Ins fdace, t\.s ai.d a half: miles Hast :of ;.! t. J"oIdi.er: : i uiv aiithnri/-il I ;nCIII. ; I sl'cr.l1Ut1l the first jects. This tyrannic usurpation was only the Lafayette, llochambeau, and their compatriots <
TalUhisgixillb, i -- n-.i.ly at all tini'S' I lo hujij.ly. iivi.: \v. DOUSIIY.Il. ( : the : :- appropriated[ by I came to tile aid of a suffering people. :
,iIi; J.11t11'lt.r ;iind \lcallh: -se ":.n may favor ''iiuiwi'haniliriii.in. I '1nrk.; .T't' I 17'1. I il, .I-.If I For I the continuing: I tlie Miiovnl! of ohst rue M,clion of this act, which: exceeds twelve! precursor of yet more lligranl violations ol fi Poland oppressed Poland though depivecl
JOHN G. G.\ lIH.I:. ---- 11t'llls' mad dollars ca.-5i ()ue bill'theieof: if the i j ju-tice. Bat happily) for tueir posterity, their poor I
thou-
\4)TICE. ; liC/lI. at CuaainIt.1I1l: ,i creek, Ohio live of ber nationality, and wrifhing in
; -Xcl.:1uaII113.- -June 2IJ::-, -15VA ". _.JIi.lf- -1 I IX 'f'II1I! -S nt. r t1.. ii I ttt: let".if.V,' wi'l j 1 :111: h'l. : allcl Jolloll'-. public service require it, sil.1110 paid out | oppressors had to contend with a race of nieui chains! sent hither her I'ulaski and Kosciusko ;
: \ :'_.' :". .. .. I. hundred and i who weio deeply) sensible of the value 111' that -
u. 11.4 4) <.1 JUllc i f 1\ C"'JIolr ("ulI l For coiitiiiiiiii the removal) of ob'irucititjii.i ':i.nmg tUu _\o.r; eight-Jen thirty: I of
her
tie [ representatives worthy -
4 ItL.ifJK ROY: a" ajM'rcntlcc to .fLc"1I% COlli II I}' I.'f I.ttc>.s 41 Ii.tlljc.tlcIl'tl.c: ri:> ; to. the as above liberty vvbic'u! ; bad been bequeathed them by thir name.-
0 _*. SI. lIntldnc: liu.sin" '. At>ply tniEDElU'Ji I L..lc..fltc I ::IC (2:i.ixi'l!leJ' ,A.I"1I111eol1. i Anhuljula. cK'ck, Ohio, eight thouMiiul eight to applied objects I ancestois. The of llampdcn & Sydnuy Germany sent her Do Kalb ; whose fame will
FILER.Ta'UUsbir and iho other hall in hku in inner, spirits a a
; JolKirs. specified,
liver lon the
I I 1'. KJltlt, ( as ; as bal e-pl.&in of Camden
I t _: June IC, l H"6)-if 45__ H.: Y. WJI.L1'OHP, Fur cotitiiiiitiii"; ,the iiiiprovijincnt of I'resj m the year eighteen hunlred and thirty niac.'I ., boveredaround.Tlic patriotism which had the scene or his glory and death, shall exist. _
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: Detect Tliief.'iOO Uevard. __June_ 10;, 13'.3.: 15-Cii-u.- ,.ldmii.i-- =tr.itor.-. j ( : isle lun bur I'ciin.svlvania. lhirt.tltuusatHI. ''I I Approved, July 7th, lS3rf.I'uiJLic. animated t.. i,.. nv.;"then...;.IH..1, still;.,burned ft....._.. i.,,..with..n' "a i ii.lla.re_., .?not. They combattet': by the side of Washington,
TOLE the u"-. rJh"r'tal.le., oil Sunday t.J t'vinj ui.3ii\.c in UUOUUA vi inifi &ICIIof '
S r tin TO 1I1.1'1'E'i.f1IlR dollaisForconlinuing
and and
his brave
I last, larse likch '7tt( The decendants of those who had companions ; their noble
injht, the 13th .W.iy a ri'.KN: ri-f Cam hon :er'n. nt! suitable .
bay Horse at tie time fat. three bliocs ".n, ,. fi-ua- tIle, removal of obstruction! exertions were crowned with success. They
very >a :car. turivu! l fioin tl IJaliuuoH I preferred the bowling; wilderness and liberty,
.
.. kiss' TIght fi.rc fool bare lung swiRls tail, and I/lack JawJ f'r :1:1! by 1JLTTON Ai FJMIEH. ol Conneat cieek, Ohio, eight thoosand dolus !- i[: -No. :7.J] to a gilded palace; and fettered limbs, were effected the rescue of a land from thraldom.

";". ( ltt'pt1il'U1e wlllh'Zut Isis )hii.d feet) mane Jun"It ___ I, AN ACT making appropriations[ fir certainforiilicdtioiis Young America took, her place among the
undtaj'\, occa.sioncil I not fit to bu the tools of a tyrant. 1
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the hume mall wbic: peck by AEW 'FIICJI.llK For continuing the improvement of Diin-, f : of the United States for the taxed nations of the earth. Sho had contended long i
Icli When
Collar threatened be i
nrJ a small while saddle tpoi en till i I to without their ,
*.jj C of the bick h.me.1 co! >p' observer; \\ill >o- :| 'I-I ,subscii'-er! *I have undn tins the day linn 1 associated of Kirk harbor, New Yoik, ten th tb. t-ise'l'kf
'
Urea de' Mjull: nick in the lower lid of bis right eye .| m ivi-.s(;tulblc: .V licit, I eight. be established, which would! render of the earth against all hope, often iu despair. ,:

ork IS*seven wdl ),i-a harncHS.-sold, trots'WHS and taken wHit swell.the borse aId i t f.,r hc purpose' of Ir.iIiwtidg busmts' in the C.tjof ; For continuing the improvement! ) of ihe I i Be; it enacted by the Scnnatc and I House their children slaves. They remonstrated The time of her salvation: ut length! was at ; .

a reni8rkale 11! bi idle, constructed for a halter to Tail.thiistec.! jarbor of Portland, Lake: lrie! New York, of( UcprescntRlives of the United States of they warned the British Ministry of thu mad- hand. A c.ausohlch had 'long seemed#ho poles ; -

"* attached tfll large l Lras ring under tl.e throat, They will have on hand ut all tnnrs .1 1 to general thirty five thousand four Ilun lcd and sixty America in Congress assembled, That the nc-is of their proceedings, and that their course -;, was doomed to he triumphant. Tho
Le disposed >crvcthier
of will
IQj fine, Of U!,,: s "ne suit ,,n each check, though by I IL UiMlrtfllclll fpends and oo.Js the and tuiblic upon the 11I.,-t f.ivoiaUetuins. six dollars. following! sums be. and the same are hereby in contempt.ition could only! end in bloodshed.! stripes and the stars, which had drooped in

L llli A'JOut!:)ti.nc the) blio-mg an I bridl' may be changed.noitlirnmiJe .MM.--S I n. (; \ For continuing tho improvement of the appropiialcd, to be paid out of any unappropriated They told them emphatically, that the insane so many a Held, assumed the ascent. By the
five mil "v S'.the tuut stole a common IM.IIIID. Lake Erie in the for certain defeat Burgoyne at Saratoga and the
saddle. Was miming from the ncisbwoood $. laihor at Cattarangus creek money Treasury, acts of the Pailiament and dominant party, so- 1

at the same time a vagabond, named Jor.diu June 7. 1838- 41GAI..LIGIIAN'S_ New York, thirty two thousand four hundred fortifications' viz: vonld drive them to civil war: where brethren render of Cornwullis at Yoik town, .Great

God win, low, chunky made, some hat stooped VEGETABLE and ten dollars. For Fort Warren Boston harbor, one of the same blood would bu opposed to Britian experienced that her hopes: of .bringing I .,

fkumpcd shouldered., dark complected, can't look FEVER 'AND AGUE PILLS For continuing, the improvement of the hundred thousand dollars. each ether in deadly combat. The father : the colonies again under her yoke were 1
a
I **Perwn urfi,and in motion the face with steadily his ,li"ds has a peculiar and bliouldcra grin ort A certain and lasting cure for tliii Ji ea8c. For harbor of salmon river Lake Ontario, New I Fortha preservation of Castle [Island and against the son-brother against brother.- fruitless. Satisfied of her inability any longer !

t t aa
drink and petty gambling though he cannot be i i Tallalmr; .J\lIriI14. 1838. 36 For continuing the construction a breakwater fifty thousand dollars. ho bones of their fathers were entombed- l Ionics to submission, she gave a reluctant con I _
t tailed! a very intemperate nun. lYe frequently usesc York For Fort Adams Rhode Island hun sent to tho acknowledgement of their
I t in nt Plaltsburg, New twenty seven one Home, was the endearing appellation with inde'I'I J .
wONIio-"l godlingB, and Iota and gole, JOHN C. JACOU1
On the 2otb of November :
thousand dollar pendence. 1783.
) all' Way of meajmrin;; quantity. Hi clothing is thousand five hundred dollars. dred which they greeted its name. They felt as !
ot well remembered thinka he wore away a FIRST PREMIUM A Sofa ITIalior For continuing the improvement of the For Fort Scuyler, East liver, New York, yet, but as strangers in the land of their adoption this much wished for consummation took 1

f "kite hat striped roundcoat and pantaloons. lIe Cabinet Chair from; Columhus Georgia.HESPFCTFULLY harbor at tho mouth of Oak Or hard creek, one hundred thousand dollars. ; for all their hopes and affections were place. The British troops on that day, bid!
York.-Iate
*pursued to mericuf, Sampler county but il Of New New five thousand dollars. For Fort Delaware Delaware river, forty their last adieu to a land, on whose fields tbey J |
York Iaced in that isle.
: inform*: > lovely sea-girt
Ia thought ho was protected by friend; W hen he _ 1
bad left indelible of their
"i es there it is likely he will g" to Alabama, the ciIiZCflM' of TnllahaHsee, For continuing the pier at Kenncbunk, thousand dollars: But a sacrifice must be made. They owedit traces barbarity,and. .l

perhaps Mobile.. I wish all good citizens in this _ _ _ and of the Territory of Flu, Me. eight thousand dollars. For Fort McHenry, Reduudt Wood, and as a debt to posterity, to hand, down unim- oppression. Such was the result of'thatlong J *

aDd the adjoining States to be vigilant in trying rida. ccucrnlly, that he hus 1,'__ ___......:,._ .L. :__._.___., ..1 n:.. I" ...:...*>',-?*-% la.t..i* ..k M T?n 111.:.m. kiu. IntrttS... itvtJuvIiiLuI1 .. _, < ..n'.L_ L__ and bloody struggle which your fathers main !
r meSodua UI .ul 11"1 u. ot inemseivesiad
or .1 mat irceaoin
I 19 : I i located himselfIn continuing IUII'IUHUICla UUIII.lJ latreu wtncnincy
to brin oundrei I will give permanently
r
cuch u lI to justice. tained. Weary and pennyless l retuiri 1fa
tbe above reward for the said Godwin and horse. '* the Cily of Tallahassee, bay New Yoik, thousand dolI.lrs. thousand four hundred and tifteoen dol been the heirs. They had hitherto used
their borne if homes had
or one hill fur eitber. f.( iho lIrr"':'! of manufacturing I lar'% peaceful means in order to obtain redress.Uy .- to they any For I ::

JOXV.. B/IRKWELL. &UlNKT: WAKE, For continuing the construction of a breakwater For Fort Monroe, Virginia, ono hundred petitions and remonstrances they had striven the places where many of them had ,dwelt. .,
10 miles north ofllawlcsinvitle) Pulabki Co. Ga. in all Its hrancheF, and as- thousand thousand dollars were now desolate. The humble :cottages
tf Jaa! I at Builington, Vermont fifty : to make their wants known. But all
July 3. JH3t3. 50.4tfl1'ha the surcs the public that il will be to tl.oir advantage I dollars. For Fort Calhoun, Virginia, thirty thou with no effect. They now scorned to beg asa which had hcrclproro.wclcofllcd their arrival
following will please insert uidcm htieUiiMcad of importing" work the
pipers by giving continuing the and male at Oswego sand dollars: boon what claimed a fatigl1ct'with the labors of day, hail .been
bove three or four times, and forward their accounts from the north as the ntylc an l workmanship w ill pier they as birth-right. '
for payment ;-The Standard of the Union, not be excelled} by any in the United Stales. harbor, New York, forty six thousandand For fortifications in Charlealon'hnrbor: : and One only alternative remained. 'l'o sever razed U ihe ground. ['lie hearths, whose go

and federal Union, Milledgeville; Columbus i>apeik Those who arc mVau'tof furniLure will do well, sixty seven dollars. for tho preservation of the site of Fort Moul the political bands which united them to the nial warmth had diffused light and' .cfteer'Cul

Vobile, 41\* papers; Inwinion Ala., (lif any); New not to order from the north, us the subHCiiber will For continuing the break-water on Sar. tile, one hundred and seventy five thousand parent country. The representatives of the ness around them, had long since, grown tofc}.,
Orleans\ Due; Tallahassee arid St. Aupistinc. Flo- be able to supply all demands upon tho bhortctt no- Tho wives of their bosomiftnd tho children
tapers; and those in the Cherokee section of this ford'u Ledge, Portland harbor: Maine, Iwen dollars: American people, on the 4th of July, 1776 <
taLe. A. I Uonv know th&ai all by name 1 wish ticc References.-Gov Call, II.J. Ilackley, E. Lock- ty 8ixthou3and three hundred and sity six For FortPuIaski Cockspur island, Georgia published the ever memorable declaration ofa of their love had in many ;fnst'arices, ftlr na,

&U und every one of inemin, the compass dprcised, erman, R. Jla'wlrJ.V.. II. Bridie Capt. Brown, dollars. one hundred thousand dollars: nation's independence. prey to a soWiery. Wuh. .Ito 'oo jrtU,

publish as al'avereqtiared. 'J..W B. A. Alston, Cu II. W. Braden, Wra. Lester, Capt For continuing the break-water at Hyandis i For the foil at Foster's bank, Florida This document, the manifestation of the I whom their l.tarrs'c uld commune,-they jelt

Bro"-bl to JaiL aIflUS. ,- -- harbor Massachusetts, eight thousand seven thirty ,brag thousand dollar: wrongs they bad endured, the pledge of their as outcasts in \bc land for which! :jbevthad1:
OnthcSDili af June
dark
Malauoe13.OY'about
a
Notice. dollars. For of Fort Marion and of the union determination fame bled. They'looked but for'ono'compensa'ilqn
the
15 or 16 years ut ago, who received by Schoon hundred and sixty four repairs and to only *
says his name is William and that he er-Megunticook subscribers have, from just Bangor, Maine. For continuing the Break water at Sandy spawallatSt. Augustine twenty nine. thou palladium which could shield them from their he thanks of their countrymen- ; the,'grit" juido'of '

beong( James Lewi. Tallahassee M.30 thousand ft best ciear Boards, 1)) 4- 2 nch. Bay, Massachusetts, twenty thousand dol sand five hundred dollars: repetition, you. have. but how listened to. It their posterity! .

The ma owner forward of raid boy property is requested, and take LoC 40OOO No. Pine sawed Shingle lars. For the purchase of the charter right lp speaks to 'us with a voice as from the grave. ,TbU gratitude, you have :'indeed.*

him away.JAMES. prove All 50O Bbl choice Lime. reasonable terms,low I For continuing the improvement of the the bridge across Mill! creek, at'Forl Monroe, The hands ,which affixed their signatures to them,, fellow,citizens. REach
of
offer
> A. NEWMAN Jailor.Thomst ( which they upon Thames leading into four thousand1 dollars: that immortal instrument aro cold and
for cash. -IMFT, HOLT CO. channel of the river now ) which brig agaia.a jod tha'anmyervai oC
_! omuville, Co. Ga. July 4, 1838. 49 Si.Mirk., Jalyfi, J618 '4-1 Norwich harbor, Connecticut ten thousand For securing the site of Fort Cuiwell, Oak :mouldering in tho tomb., But too fruits of your ccuntty'* mdepeodeocet'.the tnhftbUafct-t

Notice dollars. island, North Carolina, eight thousand five their! labors re beforo you, It wilt remind, ,alike:of yqufcerp.itded cittesV.or .yiw! T8ao&

S'? r1.6** after date ( hall apply to the HOP. Notice.' last For improvement of the harbor of West- hundred dollars: you of what your fathers ,w'dre., The.spirit frontier seiUementi,aisejable togetherto>a>m'*
JUdeofiheCoanty court of Leon for letfcrs PERSONS Indebted to the' subscriber on For repairs of the Old Fort at the Barancas which-tbey evinced-their of ih'cir -
of:t.d.ftunlstral1on. on the euatcof Marr Garen,'lace arc requested to call and &et- port Connecticut ten thousand seven bun- sense privileges mmocate. / ,
M Mid County decalccl.hlllStl tie without further de aYe died and eighty two dollars. I P cnsacola, seventy five thousand dol asfrremen-and their abh renco'of tyranny Your hearts are tho living monument* of thoir

A. T. GAVIN WILLIAM CENITRTullalusscc Fcr continuing Ibo improvement of the I lars. ,vvill be remembered by their children.They fame. You are sensible of tno'fnany obliga
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fens fa whith you are to them ;indebted tui I I jleI4HlId land, every one of Adam's: children I : indeed 'be effected peaceably ; but I As he was distributing amongst them master, it Is said, behaved most gallantly; menced planting ;in the middle of Mi

that liberty which you enjoy ; a liberty unrestrained ]I has the liberty of worshiping the God of his bow long could il endure. Jealousies would I the contents of a basket of oranges he and saved from inevitable death one of the and finished on the 1st of June TI

save by the laws of morality. You fulhers in the wny which he deems to b.j the soon be created, which would distract our chanced to hear one of the litle girls say teamsters, who having his team crippled corn is now all ripe, and fit to tike '

venerate the memory of those noble mindedmen I I most pleasing in his (')'t'''. No tythe gatherer councils, and lead to interminable conflict to a companion who was sitting at her side, attempted his escape, and but for the while the corn in the neighborhood fields!?'

And teach your children lo I lisp, their can rob him of his hard earned savings, War to the knife, would be the lamentable "I know why A/r. -, has invited us bravery of Mr. Branch, the wagon master, surrounding his lot has been

praise. If their labors weie inadequately requited I. for the support cf a pampered and luxurious consequence war the more to be dcprocated to his house-il is because haven't any who was on horseback, and seeing the with drought;-this Bangor pI
whilst they lived, their is inseparably 1! i'sthnod. Under the shade of his as between of the line !! j
memory pi own a people sime situation of the whilst flourished and ripened
I haven't had friend come to perilous wagoner perhaps
a sooner
interwoven with the institutions of vine and fig tIP<", he enjoyn unmolested the I nge and descent : Where the friend and the friends. by six Indians-diarged and fired it would have done in a more daa!
pursued
; which they were the lounders. The 'tree of fruit of his labors, and .rejoices in the free (foe would be hardly distinguishable, and the see me for five years. rgla *
t 'liberty, which they planted with their hands, : exercise of an untrammelled mind. hatred as lasting as the reliourcC'.aoflbe combatants Merciful heaven Only twelve years upon them-this brought them to a momentary son.

t4 and nurtured with their. blooJ, has taken deep Such arc the blessings fellow citizens, frI arc mighty and inexhaustible. old, and not have seen the"nce ofa friend halt-he then followed after, and We have also a specimen ear of site!

root in many a clime, and nations then un I which you arc indebted to the exertions of But let us draw the curtain: over this pic for five long years! by dint of daring bravery, succeeded, in Dutton Corn grown on the farm

born: hare sat under its brunches, and Lles-ed I your fathers of the devolution. Have the lure. Ils: features are too revolting to be We have heard many a sad tale of orphanage the face of the enemy, to take him up behind Thos. Walmsley' near Frankf0 .0(1

the name of Washington. 71iat Ameiica, I United States arisen from a lethargic, iuipoveri viewed without horror. May we not live tosco and thought that we felt sympa- and make his escape. He represents!! ear is of good site, wel filled and

should have given birth to this veneratedman ..lied, degraded condition, to activity, that day when such a state of things thy for the friendless before, but we never thai there could not have been less than enlly full ripe. seed from *ap: ;

endears his native country to every I lover opulence and respect 1 Does the farmer I shall prevail. But should yonder proud flag heard words that went directly to the heart from 50 to 70 Indians. grew was put in the ground on the

c of liberty throughout the universe. The receive a generous retribution for his industry -I which now spreads its ample folds to court like these-lhat made so palpably the "Major Dearborn, with a detachmentof I day of May last, and the husks Kh-18th, .

magic of that beloved name, lends a ray of Docs the merchant cover tho seas: the breeze nnd dews ol Heaven, be o'er dreariness: of the loug clays and -nighls! horse, departed from "Trader's Hill" and the corn taken from the stalk

hope to thc prison bounJ slave, and nerves wilh hid ships;;, conveying lo every c'imo'! the trampled under foot; may our hinds at least, that follow another unenliven the next morning for the spot. He has 15th o.! August inst.-U.S. Gazette on te
his bosom to imitate the glorious I be heavily one ,
example.Cilhens productions of your native !'oil1 Docs the washed white from the damning slain.- have
fthc old thirteen, sons of that noMe I public auditor obtain security nnd payment And while there shall remain one, whose ed by a single smile or kindly tone of one since returned, and reported as I -

band) of biothers who were led on by this for his generous: reliance; on national faith 1 1Boco soul i is yet untainted with the degeneracy of living being with whom the homeless can above staled-and buried'the corporal. Perilous Balloon Dece.-On Sat ar.

rcpcctc l father of your country, suffer me for J : justiCe dispense her equitable: awardsto I the times; whoso bosom yet ftcls respect claim kindred. We thought, too, that we "It is to behoped that prompt and instant day last 11th insl at minutMbef J2

a moment, to draw your attention to the contemplation every suitor approaching her sanctuary: 1 and gratitude to the memory of those who knew, of old, something of( the value of measures will be taken to believe the frontier -' o'clock, I ascended with my Parachute

[ of his dllr;; lcler. I seek not to add |, Do distant: nations respect the councils and have: preceded him ; while a drop of American our friends; and estimated, not altogether, settlers, or else the country will be- Balloon accompanied with two ,man

any thing to his glory ; for the lain els which solicit the fnendship ofyour country ? It is blood courses through his veins, let his to lightly, their joyous and assuaging influence come a desolate waste." achutes and animals, from the spacroo"yard

lie has vi hardly earned, are :yet green dUll lo them lo whom you owe all the
unfading : But simply to refresh. our in'.nds: The bare achievement ofyour inde- be upraised: in defence of the institutions of before did our natural relatives seem so YANKEE: ENTERPRIZE.: has been Connor, and as soon as allained iK..

with the view of a character which is indeed p-indanee would have been insufficient, had his country. Let him turn in his despair! to precious to our regard, or did our heart heretofore staled that the establishment ol. height of2000 fet, I detached the coriS

truly worthy of the imitation of us all. How not their wisdom ;gunrar: Iced it.s preservation him who has never yet finally deserted the involuntary seek to bind them to ilselfwilh steamers between England and the United parachute with its which cOI
S consistent has been the tenor of his life, from over their cause justice. Tho God who occupant, oca,,
Had of presided
anarchy supported
a spirit the Stales, vas! the result of Yankee enter- which landed in
such tenacious embrace since simple pant,
as safety
his!! youth to old. age.; We behold a stripling deliberations, instead of temperate nnd sober) a Washington in all his privation, and who a The Alabama Advertiser near the L
Ab at his ceunlry's; call, rushing to arms, when zeal, opposed to unnecessary innovation. gave deliverance to his beloved people, will words: of the poor orphan girl have prize. saysthat Fayette College; by that time I rO!I-

:. %. the unfortunate and rash minded Braddock I Had I not the admirable code of law, which console him in his troubles. If snecessful, given to us nn<> slight and innnVqnntP impression they have personally known for along era! thousand feet more, when I deab

led the expedition against the Piem-li :settle their ancestors had frwmed, liccn still retainrd ho will bo comfortedf by (thfl refl 'ction. that of her unutterable & melancholy time that Mr. Junius Smith, a native my oiPd silk parachute which <>

ments. The courage and prudence which he I, simply adapted 1 to the exigences of their ho has not proved unfaithful to bis inheri experience.No Connecticut, was engaged in organizinga was to decide the certainty and safety ol(

manifested in that, starred campaign, ar new form of government<< but in their place tance. wonder that God from his secret company for the purpose alluded to. He my parachute balooni did not

gued well for his future usefulness. In more others enacted under the influence; which ac- I Hut lei us bani.;h from our hearts the bare throne has sent out so many kindly mes- is the son urthe late General Smith, a revolutionary with that velocity as the dfCm

mature age, at the head of the armies of his mated the misguided zealots of France, we idea of the occurrence of !such' a scene.- sages and sacred promises of love to the I officer of merit, and after re- however concluded that the eiperimem tnt

country, battling for her independence. might have been this day in as deplorable a May the ark of our constitution( ride securely solitary and forsaken, the parentlesi and I receiving a classical education at Yale would not be hazardons i not

Though invested with almost arbitrary pow !stale as any of the South American republics. through that troubled and stormy sea, the widow; for, 0 how much do they need College and a legal one at Litchfield, was ble. I also was satisfied by forer digra
the hearts and affections I
cr, and reigning in Powerless\ and divided, a prey to every wherein the pa ions of men, and the evils induced to embark for England to that baloon det
who would havo refuseda the sympathy of Heaven, who have no prose- a as soon it became I
hardly I a
,
of .
i a people artful demegogucnnd instead ofa model designing politicians, strive it.- fcc
to
I to the man of their choice', unlike bury on earth earth and how pleasant to the cute an appeal in the admiralily, in behalor would invert, In a rapid decent.
request I for their imitation our government might 1'horigb now involved in gloom and danger. Wb
he consolation their unobtru a captured American vessel. I attained altitude of about
the herd successful! generals, made no angels to pay a
for the
the dawn
and
will
have been an object scorn con- prosperity yet beam forlh 13,0
their liberties. lit sive and visits the children This led him to commercial pursuits the balloon became
attempts against ; was a tempt of our fellow men. its benign rays, and saved from all dangerof peace-laden to fearfully expandedcausing ,
::1. unsullied by baibarity and blooJ loneliness and and to abandon his:; own profession. He a loud hissing from the
conqueror \Ve have now reached the C2d anniversary shipwreck, it will at length bn moored ina sorrow. small tube
,4 shed- !ltate?man, with a single eye to the of our national independance, and what a secure haven. To[ i', will repair the youth Would it not repay us richly, ay, a continued to reside in London-there he at the bottom, through which the valve

: interests and welfdic of his'. Country-a pat. change Iras overspread<< the face of our coun- of your country throughout; succeeding generations thousand fold, if we would open our doors married and from thencehas traded to his rope passed, giving me warning that un

::1 riot, unbribed and) unhonglit) : Honorable in lry. The smoke, which ascended from the and dciiving their b-ssons ofgenu more frequently to those who have no own country for the last 30 years. He is )less 1 opened my safety vale the balloon

It his with dealings the spirit with ofpiety his fellow and love men to, and his! God.tilled
dissimilar the characters of Washington I to curl its dark wreaths in the mazes of pettnle; its existence, and your memory and ihie?, which are, indeed, thc bread oflife, Union Line to New-York, but his interest somewhat excited a I looked over

t o How and Napolean.are The one! engaged in our ror.<<'st They have departed, they name. The refuge of the opprc-lted-the more freely to those who hunger! and thir3tor in canvass, did not lesson his confidencein the side of my car and saw the vivid

!know not whither-they have sought:; now glory of the philanthropist envy of tyrants steam. He has for several fsbs
the cause justice against oppression : The ( words: of friendship and look of affection years past of lightning passing from one cloud ar>
\homes in the wilderness where they might : ,-its shores will remain the abode of devoted himself the prosecution of'his t
and tenderness.Christ'an other. The
imbued with a spirit of ihunder
other : Register
simply conquest. gust was
live remote from/ the haunts of eiviliziliun.The paane' and plenty-the home of liberty and moving
after favorite design and having an acT of incorporation -
We see Washington, the successful face his 'aken of their from S. W. to N. E. and my vessel at thU

termination of the struggle in which. he had hunting pale grounds, and] where possession of nought happiness.! RISING IX THE WORLD.-The from the British Parliament, has time, was sailing swiftly from N. W. toward -

j been engaged, devoid of ambition, beck the yore Auburn Daily News says:-Yesterday, a had the good fortune to see his most san- S. E. New and
passing A-
was heard save the warwhoop, in its place A lUKH SIGHT.-The citizens of Norfolk Village :
retirement of private lifn. Napoleon, with !lad from the the who wishes It is
I resounds the buisy hum of industry and the and Portsmouth were astonished: a country, came to I guine accomplished. to an bur.
; It a disposition ever insatiate, triumphed over Messrs. Polhernus & Sons Mill in American, therefore the of the
navigation
but ens'avo' them. The former merry sound: of the i.-nurfh-going bell. few clays at a huge animal steering his our I looked at my time piece, and found
nations to contributed
j, to the happiness-tho latter to shedding Another and a bloody war IMS taken place, course in the water from Town Point lowards place havig seen the process rising grain I Atlantic by steam i is attributable. it 20 minutes past, 2, and as I was returning -
in which Iho children. have shown themselves from the lower stories to the [lk ia Sentinel.
upper by iladclph ] it to the balloon
the blood of million How unlike too, I Porlsinouih, with a long snout protruding my pocket explo
not to bo wholly bert fi of lh; spirit ofthl.ir means \\f5glit, wheel, &c., while alone, -- I had Confidence in
) Although
is the litter end of these distinguished men. I above the waves: his immense body S appar
sireTheyhivo, in ida! their proud I took it his head the Canada.By ibis morning'smail we
wherein the events of his in to try raising power I must admit that it (
Tho one, patbtormy put motion, anil! ruling and pitching like atm was a moment
and foe feel their have received letter
unrelenting lo ! career were the prominent objectsand their I a ship f I in a heavy sea. What could I il be? Accordingly, awful for in the space of 10 seconds -
nutrahty. hive He
respect They correspondent. states the suspns
the chain foot as principal
) bloodshed obscured ing to one touched the
visions of warm !! moving from the balloon witha
.t abort n re, I he wwrld, th It th it lepo-it of freedom I Kvery one wa on qniv' vive, and the exploring item interest that the fifteen Short Hill ,
The other the spring, which in nn instant raised the
his p"Jr.cfuldeath
closing ,
noise
eyes. the oft hurricane
iminliin l by their fires, li.id not fallen I squadron might have been callv.il: resembling approach -
of the just-that of a man who in dc.t' chain llius t.tel1f'II: to his foot and he prisoners are sentenced to be hung on the
was and I fell
the air it
into hands altogether unworthy of its. de on to take up the strange craft, had<< it not, as through
28th and that
voting the remaining years of his life to the carried, with his: head dangling no pardon is expected.A .
up whistled through the net-work like
fence. :jnsl in time, been discovered;; tint it was: S unto a
of the life andfcr his distinction made in the form
: was of
.
retrospect past prejitration through the different doors
South-western borders of trap lustily cry- northwester the ofa
In the
(
.ir our the Kleplianlattached to the)reiJaageri of strong through rigging
for eternity. has added the glorious the indictment the Americans tried
appellation land, a lone red .,tar baa arisen<< wliic1! Tr. Hobby which ing'murder/nntil finally he reached the end ; were ship. I cast lo the balloon,
to my eyes
of n Christian to that of a pall ilt. refusing pass over of for felony-the Canadians were tried for up
though not spatkling: in the fold. of our bis upward journey, fastening him in and found It
I The halo of glory, which encircles) our ; with the other animals in llie steam boat, my expectations realized.
broad banner Ii us borrowed! its lusturc from close( contract with the drum in the highest high treason.
assumed the form of
chose this method of lie landed a hemisphere
Washington's name, borrows its lu"trt'J not navigation. concave ,
that of which illuminated the I A little who hear He adds that most of the measures of
girl
,
sun liberty !story. happened to
so much from his deeds of fame, as from the safely, says the Beacon, and in good Gov-Arihiir falling rapidly, with out any vibratory 1
birth Tho I binds, which I are of the
place of its up- his cries, gave the alarm, when our hero most sanguinary
silent yet speaking eloquence of an unpot spirits on the Portsmouth s'lJe.i unti I reached the lower strata of |
ted life. The eanh has beheld many con rai :cd it, drank deep ol that fountain whose I _____ __ was l found suspended 'wrong end up,' considerably !I character. __ air, was blowing a sharp gale (rom
waters in their native clirne have -o
querors whose warlike geniuses his: been sparkling :i Whenever silk becomes, as it will be-. frightened, besides having his i The TTee.-Th- the South. When the paracute commenced
clothed with vcrduc the Talipot
plantohirh : talipoi tree is
if not to that of him but spuing leg rather badly squeezed. His rueful
equal superior ; its
quite comp, one ol the staple productions of our first vibrations drifted ma
nmfar ils 'cratnd fane. Your of the
mosl
cons native
lip I one splendid productions of nor
few have borne out their public- services by countenance, on being released from his
state is then represented<< wilh honor bv | country it will be more generajly adopter!I Ceylon. The body of the tree is ward making a vibration about every ten
$ their private virtues.! There hive: been ma her chivalrous son I/imar, \\ IIfJSI. dc<>ds and; !lindrcs*. Silk, being a non-conduclor ol r perilous situation may readily be imagined I feet In and sixty stra'ighas orseventy seconds, which now made the decent very
: but one Washington. Li height,
rly Napoleons ; lho-o of his brave; countrymen will ensure In I I' electricity, is a superior material for clo I S unpleasant. every motion causing a
den with years nnd honour, some of you I ACTUAL REfou3u'Tlos.-AII of our city a ship's mast, without a limb or lea sntion
Jeorgian a cnrdi.l: I welcorrolo I its fer-'lliing. One of the primary causes of the simular to that of!
every dreaming
I have witnessed! him descending to the tomb I I banks, says the Cincinnalli Whig, commenced until you reach the top, where is an apron
rile plains. languor which is (felt in they fall. ((1 make because

tumid the lamentations and mourning of a J I damp weCltherlI paying specie for all their notes on I immense tuft offan leaves, so large when te
I feel that I have ]
already trcpasscd: tooInnrr I .is said to be I considerit affictionisi.
damp
With hia latest atmosphere robbing u-I general
!bereaved people. accents,p I __ _,_ _, the 7th insl.; The resumption did spread, each one may cover ten or twelvemen. .,...__. ___ __ _s__ ___ _
.' ,_ 1..ft..r..l. ... .. 1',.. .t.. .... on'flllr.... ..-. m'icrirf. .v..v_*. .in.. -.itlcnmfin"..-..., ..... p In, -rnn.... d 'u''L uL' I not I .r. 6 1.\ mL j
U. .np P..U .f" J I 'I our vtmcn a 10 j.ne wiuu
1' Dreaming UUIIUIUIII: jM'ijvi inr lilt JMIJS I tribute to tho awakening of those;;; eieciricny meUlcalnater I create any special; excitement, nor was Th stalk or stem, as there are I UcliUlIJ uccur msu.J
a pcrity ot his country, he invoked the l>!<'ss | joyous I calls: the buoyant cordial of the body. from the south drifted me about three
and spirit stirring emotion*, which the re I I Itirn I there any unusual demand for specie. It no clasps the body of the tree, and I
ings of Heaven upon those who wens in nf i ifpctioh Those, therefore, who are apt to he spir- inclines outwards miles before 1 approached the earth iiid
; of tlIj4 anniversary is so wdl calcula \i was effected without allY parade, and as a so that the long leaf
his children, an he wjs truly their itless in much
; damp weather, arc recommended I landing harder than would have
led to evolve.Ve limn dwelt with nltllHl: I{ matter ol course. The city of Cincinnati bends over in a graceful curve. This vast it
and the author of
kid ,
father in paternal care been in calm
lo wear silk waistcoats drawers and a As I
al inn Ihi charaeler of those 'l of atmosphere.
t.t their national existence. pm upon patriots': enjoys the honor of having led the way crown evergreen, surrounding such a near
who} united ihHr cffoits/ lo indo stocking Silk should be used in the earth, I threw over all ,
gain every shaft is itself my
Hut let in leave him here, enshrouded as! youi in the west in the resumption, while, by very grand; but there is
pendencc. Our ho iris hive! been moved possible manner by the feeble-in llis lining which put me guard, and as my car
ho j is, in that urrath of (fanr, which he has I anticipating by a full week the day agreed something still grander. When the tree is otmy
him entwined ; and let us turn to those I It by the rental of their sufferings, while we sleeves, cloaks, coverlils, unIlergar. I upon, the banks have proved their ample about fifty years old it blosoms. In the struck the oblqutly. it bounced
reflected with joy the successful issue merits clc.-Newark Sentinel. me out about ten
upon slightly
bruising
who workers with of its rises
illustriovH men were co preparation and! ability to As centre crown cone seventeen
specie.
of the combat in which had f'd' pay
they shoulder. I
cnjot, feet
him in the enfranchisement of lii!< country. I feet in height which swells my sprang on my quickly
might be expected, when the banks all gradually and
Imbued with tint fraternal and disintrrcstcd The pay
Philadelphia Inquirer ofyesterdaycontains I ) to see it but it had fell
of Jcffrrson. an Ad-im! a Jay, Collapse,
The names a I until it alon-
demands it for enlarges, at length with
let i specie, no an
4. spirit which they evinced us consign to the Prospectus of the London person except burst side of I with
Marion Carroll Hamilton me
gazing
fi Putnam, n a a nw.tood
: a oblivion the c1c'-ncnh of .. strife, following special :; explosion like the sound of a cannon, and RI
p.irty and purposes.Fiom
Liverpool Steam Ttfavgation ishment first
and o'.hci! Jiiti1iiiljed num; s, tl..ut.h. ) Philadelphia at the then at
m.tny I: i on in the [nili I which they have marked: -- ------ a vast conical flower, fifteen or twenty feet
; not in so cmi'ient. a de grl'e, mo Mill entitled : Company. The capital required car, which had turned botom'upwas
I lot and towards each oth the StvannihGrrgian. in and twelve in
: out us, exercising height, ten or breadth
,
to their inc<-d of prai..e| By their united and i. will be .250,000: : one third in which, or I next cast to
cr modulation and forbearance. live togetherin From a passenger on board the steam stands exposed in almost incredible my eyes fleeting efud
{rxoitions, that domo of liberty, m iboui $350,000 to be taken Philadel- i mag-
patriotic by through which 1 bat
: I I. harmony and 1 union. On this Jay sacred Poinscl, Capt, Peck, arrived at this port nificence. It was yellow, and formedof was sain '
; tier which wt; ihi:* day reprise, that glorious phia. The capital is to be divided into 25 minutes before and standing
drown in now was
remini&onccs of their
by famelct from Jacksonville afternoon
ark e.fth 1'0ntituliCin \\hirh the integrity on Tuesday numberless small blossoms so arrangedon
< hy I I 000) shares of len pounds each.
the the recollection ol on terra firma congratulating myself OD
,
common: joy << our po we learn that an arrived half
of our foluical in..t tiluti<'iis hn; !! bei-n pro ---------- express an a giant stem, and innumerable branches
i utica I animosities well that when the result 1 intend
nerved, was reared. L Allowed I; be the names, ;per.-uadcd A RATHER DOUBTFUL JOKE.-A New I hour previous his leaving, bringing the or travels; as to appear over the elevated ofmy experiment,which
carried to execs, they tend .silently thoughiurt'ly soon to I landed the farm
and the be unfading of those Orleans I intelligence that a train of four tuft of leaves on o
may memory : tho foundations of national paper says that on the 30th of waggons as a gorgeous diadem on the repat.
I illustrious men, wh.so wUdom h.n framed ptospcrity.to sap True to the sjiiiit which burned July) as the railway train was returning I loaded with previsions had been attacked head of the queen of the forest. The Mr. EljnbVarne, about 10 miles fro

f))4 and cemented it, is tho ejaculation now of in their bosoms, let up respect the Unionwhich roin Carrollton, a black boy was thrown by a party of Indians, between camp tree blossoms but once and then dies. I E got the assistance of Mr.

their dcccndunt: (those who have enjoyed !j I It I they have made. Let no profane from a horse into the middle of the track, Pickney and<< the Okefenokee camp-the f Warne and his neighbors who were
the privileges of thn fruits of their lal on, I when burnt, mules shot and two "I AM AN AMERICAN CITIZEN."-We t watching the descent of the parachute
the men
hand ever dare to sever the links! !:! of that near engine, which passed over, wagons
r and of every 'e1l'wishcr to the cause of glorious chain which they} have forged: as without injuring him in the least. He killed. derive the following gratifying fact from I little thinking that a human being accompanied

American liberty. surf'd that in preserving that confederacy jumped up, scratched his head, and exclaimed Since the! receipt of the above intelligence an account ofa late visit to the Museum : it.Easton.
Years have rolled on, and the or I.
.' 1 American institutions has been permanency more than inviolate you ensuie. the permanency of "You can't kill this nigger anyhow we have received a letter from an the College of Surgeons, in Dublin, J WISE I
I those republican Institutions under which esteemed friend further of the Worcester August 11, 1838.A .
;i: experimentally tried. Those once poor and I Massa Ingine giving particulars, a correspondent (Mass)
live. Your childrens children then
scattered colonie., hnvi: now become one of, you ------ which we spread before our readers. Spy"To
the most mighty nations of our "lobe. The when celebrating this anniversary, will have HORRIBLE DEATH,-A Mr. Lat- Extract of a letter, dated. obtain admission to this Museum, SUICIDE, of a most melancholy char-

. .' thirteen original States have grown np :oi reason in ennUuzcrating tho their claims which mer, formely of Ohio City, who waS! employed "ST. MARYS, Aug. 19, 1838. an introductory note from one of the members acte occurred a few days ago, in Orange,

l i twenty five flourishing sovereignties, founded i ii I .lo their couple ancestors with them possess the, names to of gratitude their de, in an Ashcry in Painsville Ohio, "A Unioq meeting hufbecn notified, of the Society is generally required. 1 New Jersey. A young man named AileD"

on tho principle ofeq
; j f throughout their limit., the blessings of a I them iinimpared. nearly filled with boiling lye. He lingered Jefferson-but for a recent attack made oiiig, and consequently was unprovided. Mason; the absence ofany buns

free system government. Their infl'jcncc' I Ij' The demon spirit of Abolition baa been al Iwo days in the most excruciating tor- by a body Indians on a baggage; train, i But, upon stating that I was an American. he was sent home to his parents wbo ar
the
ir I ban been felt every whrrc. Throughout ils unhallowed work ; but lei not this dishearten ture, when his sufferings were terminated on its way from Kettle creek Ware co. to I[ was immediately admitted. This is not very unable t.uppor
continent, free and por.-Tbeywere
southern indopcndont
t whole stales have imitated their example ; and I : the lover of his native land. Thereis with his life on the 25lh nil.POETRY. I Trader's Hill, (the depot of provisions.) the first instance in which my being a for- him wa must seek vain subsis to

the memory ofa Bolivar is there reverenced yet suflkient patriotism left in our country .-There is--a great (teal l ofgood I The facts, as far as they have reached us, eigner, and American, has obtained for tance elsewhere. He attempted returned in home desponding
:to: to (rown upon its incendiary attempts: to be these: which otherwise would have and
with Ihe same patriotic fervor with which his manufactured about these appear me privileges get employment
and to it forever lo rest. Were it n.nHO poetry what few shillings}
"been hailed the name of Washington. Their put "The train had left Kettle creek, the been refused. In former days the declaration destribated
domestic of the
there is still a remedy left. Tho formation days-the product articleis his brothers and sisters,
example have cven stimulated the depend encampment of Dragoons, for Trader's 'I am aRoman citizen was an egis he had among
ofa Southern Union. With the young indeed quite encouraging; but it is not a short dLs-
cnts European monarchies; and tyrants, Hill-4 wagons with a guard of 16-nnd of to those who could took his gun and proceeding
,. flag of Texas, embodied with the stars of the often that we meet with "cfTuiions" that protection say i from the house,
on their loitering; thrones, have learned to domestic had advanced within 13 miles of Centre- with truth. Now the similar one '1 ceeding a distance.
East, we might bid defiance to as are so much to the point as the following, AM s.or his heart.
:, dread which the America progress has ofthat birth.spirit of liberty to well as foreign aggression. The powerful taken from an exchange paper: ville and probably not more (rom Trader'sHill AN AMERICAN CITIZEN,' not only en- discharged content in

Thither have Mocked given the doomed and motive of Qrlf interest would induce the That man: who takes no piper! ; at Carter's, a place immediately on sures protection in this country, but opens FAR WEST.

oppressed South to take this step. Producing from Or taking, pays: not why n they're read, the road, Indians to the number of 60 to to our country men places, which in some THE
m of crcry nation, as to a haven of her soil f the portion of Would si'II iiis corn to(buy a'horn,' 70 had taken of From the St. Louis papers we lea
own by ir greatest posession the cabins and instances, are closed, even to
rest. Under the shadow and protection of And live borrowed bread. Englshmen. Antelopehadretnrori,
the of the union, contributing more other houses and : that the steamboat
exports It
were engaged digging gained admission (
or
constitution which me
I that glorious nncestors Hous the YeW"
your mouth of
S tl.an her hhuro to the of the federalgovernment THE from the
support FRIENDLESS. that city
and
other articles. to
have framed, they found a peuce not burden potatoes plundering Commons, on aday when the crowd was, of tbaa
and caning; under the It is remarkable how a single word unaffectedly \Vhen the advance in front Stone river, after an absence BO
them
vouchsafed to elsewhorcnn aHjIum, wagon got or so great, and the demands for seats I
code her bask a
tariff S
where the soul-sad patriot might: forget hisorrows .. of an odious
and the wearied wanderer find ro policy Union. The 'pending cfcmmorci.il a counec us, more fully and strikingly than could their ambush and commenced a general to grant the privilege to manywbo requested able cargo of furs, costing, one

pose.The lion between Knglarid; and Texas, which many books, the deep and long experienceofa fire-the corporal of the guard was shot it-the day upon which the consider.. thousand packs, value at $0,0.UI B

influence of those principles which human heart. NoUong a_friend down-and two other ation of before. this arrival a tc
would enhance the value of the commoditiesof ago wagoners desper- the Queen's message was n
the founder' of American freedom have e.tabtilbed the latter, al the expense of tho ataplo of of ours invited a small party orphan children ately wounded, who succeeded in making the House. In several other instance I ceived that pox bad e .Js.

J liberty have, the had enemies reason of to civil hate.and The religious united the South; and ibo preference which voulbo < from nn asylum, to spend an hoar of their escape, and are now Tying danger- have I been more than usually 'thankful I ravages among the Indians Siou.butffinjramomrrtthe higher wa 11.r

adherent of despotism hive given by foreign markets to a commerce a Wednesday afternoon at his haute, On ously ill within a few miles of Centreville. that I could 'I AM AMERICAN, CI.
aodturplieed
here ben:unable to enkindle their bonfires c conducted on tbo principles of free trade,, Boston.) They manifested, each in the The wagon in the rear succeeded in TIZEN.' ICon1fr.say YellowStone TheAsaeblnto B a
the
or l lay open their; prison gate. The power wpuld impel her to adopt this measure. way Nature prompted or education allowed wheeling about and returning to Kettle b extnct and most 'of

of the tvra&ii! of conscience if bert curtailed. But we may well question whether a temprrury the most eager delight.-It was creek. Loss sustained-one, corporal E. J. Pierct has shown iw I h victms I was bJe tt

TJM.k which &Q4mericn freeman breathes,, benefit would counterbalance. the evidently a rich treat to them in their lonely killed, 2 privates supposed mortally woun- sample of his Bangor corn; 'raised thi:I than 25,00 haV di oft d.
evils wbich'wo
the
the .oU wkkh: be treads is unfavorable to the I dissolution of the ld old inevitably and the result formation(now of! r I state. Il would have done any body's ded, three baggage wagons. left on the season on his plantaton' Mount Airy.I and'that it would stop shtt ot

_ growth principles such as tbcue. la ihii now confederacy. Such n consuunmatioiurrgbt heart good to see and here hem. road, and 5 mules killed. The wagon He has'a field o15 rn wbclb COu eLk cnn.


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IC7WE are to announce WM. '
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GIBSON, Enq. as a candidate to represent Leon NOTICE, Candidates for eke Convention. N IIee.
FLORIDIAN. entertained that they will be trailed to County in the next Leglative Council. moathsafter date win pfeseat ae.
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T.nE I\ LL persons holding claims against the estates \ E are authorised to anoun the following SIX o
their biding places and captured.We O"WE authorized to announce Cot. D. L. of Henry N Nowland, James and nte.as Candidates (or the State and vtmtkers t the Hon. th Ja4fl 0 .

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA: have no news importance from the KENAN as a candidate to represent the Middle ,Nathan Williamsod,deceased,a reuete 8mp pre- I ,fa respective counties.Leon th*l b County discharged Court fret afOadsdeaCoaniyy Ike adsuaistnuoo.dz.ly
District in the Territorial Senate. them within the time 1 0 1.
I this
ant by as County.
of the Creeks. Few recent P-b Ute Edwadr, deceased.
satnrdor Morning, Sept. 1, 1838. troops in pursuit CrWE are authorized to announce Col. II. DU.I I notice will b plead in bar (Col. H. Washington Ja*. D. Westcott, Jr. g SanUI RACHELEDWARDS.:

= signs have beeu discovered: PONT. as a cdndidate to represent the Middle Disirict THOMAS M. ITHITE, Maj. John Tala Maj. George War W"MH..HUBaflSJfr,. "

UNWANTED this Office, A JOWR.KETMAN The returns of the election in North Carolina I ia the Territorial Senate. SopL 1. 1838.and_vldm'r Ex OfCl0Maianna. en. Leigh Gen. Samuel Jul) 19th 1838. 5i C _;

PRINTER. One who can come give Dudley a majority of 13,000 votes OWE are nuthorized to announce JOHN C. Fhorrins Reynolds L. A ThompsonF.sq. BLANKS.

well recommended will receive constant employment Branch for Governor. The %Vhis McG t H EE, as a candidate to represent Madison I NOTICE, Col.) II. W. Braden C&I. A. M.GatlioCoh A General Assortment of Blaniu p.Jof
over M. HALE, U authorized ood for sal]*
I the Convention my agent paper attiOc. J
and good County in f.iRVY Gov. John Branch Wm- Wyatt
wages. claim a majority of thirteen in the Legisla iuy absence from the Territory. Justices Executions, ,
!O"WE are authorized' announce S. J PER KENNEDY ROl/SE./ Col. Robt. Hitler Col. John G. Gamble Summons, Bills of *a'*,

: Col HENRY WASHINGTON has been appointed ture. RY, Esq. aA a candidate to represent Madison Sept. 1, 1833. _4-tf ,en. John P. Du Val Gen. Th s- Brown Subpoenas .tttorney's Deabon.

Receiver of the Land Office in Tallahassee NEW COTTON.-The first bale of new County in the Convention. Notice. Dr. Thos. B. Wynn !IJor Ben. Chaire War nta. tc_RclafM. f

in the of M. J. Allen. Cr'WE are authorized to announce ELISHA Gadsden County. &&
place Cotton this season was brought in town from ALL person indebted to the estate of Baker A
Jifidison
SUMERLIN, Esq. to represent County Johnson, dec,are requested to tUaVe payment to B. Daniel Buie John CayfordJefferson C.D. ;
We the following the plantation of Maj. R. Hayward, on Moncjpy in the next counciL: :W. Johnson and all having claims will I Have the honor. OranDalg
are requested to publish ; persons Connty. to tb. friends of the DaJe Insituh of ,
list of errata, which occurred in the pnblicH- laut.-It is a beautiful specimen the CTWE authorized to announce A ALBERT 1 1DOZI present them for payment, duly authenticated.SJPHIA Joseph M.CantsEsq. Farqahar Macros; that the work is progrtksing with ve ry ho* of success. -
ER,E"q.as a candidate to represent JetTerMu JOHNSON, Adm'rxAugust21 Daniel Bird John N. The continuance of onrlndiai cfiffifiuUrej I.
: E. Cabell staple long, fine and silky. It was sold at Esq. Partridge .
of Carrington .
lion of the Oration County in the next Council.Ll7WEareauthorized I S 3-lf Col. James Gadsden Col. Abram Bellamy.Chattahftochee is the primary reason why it has not Ixefl brought

Esq. in this paper. a few weeks since. auction, by R. J. Hackley on Thursday, to announce ELIAS E. Bagging.1OO t the consideration Congress this se&siou. Thai

; In the first column, last paragraph, for and purchased by the firm of Center & Keen, BLACKBURN Esq., aa a candidate to represent Piees Rp Bagging. (42 inches wide. River Ln.for sale. patriotic and enlightened body willdonoilesc vw. 1
Dunce "
in
Jefferson County in the next Council. it the light in ithasbe n vievexJ j the
Subscriber for in DL- wblc f
'growing wealth their own," read its own. for 13 7-8 cents per pound 1 DO Coils Rope-a superior article. THE offer his Lnd reflecting and nation, a wo/1 cf
tET WE are authorized announce N. W.WALLEU 25O Sacks Salt. For Sale byHARLY&GORMAN. Counts, Qed.satiated directly! on the immense Ceeing ote I '
In the 2d column and last paragraph but Esq. as a candidate to represent Leon County Chattahooehee river, abdut 11,000 acres in a body. aseulnes.. and beauty, and altogether -

one, for "lapse of years," read lapse of ague ANOTHER ATTACK.-We stop the in the next Council. Tallahassee. August 25tb. 1818._3-lf )OQ of which 250 1 iffirdediately in ?in the river valley aation.patronage Whatever of a great may be and its foasnanimosjs iiaue-
and
and
acres cultivation god
In the 3d column and 2d paragraph, for press to give notice of another Indian attack MT>SrE are authorized to announce JAMES A. Notice. The abut present crop and stock of every kind can repair. I hop my fellow citizens will believe me.wheD \

41 be read of made on the dwelling of Mr John Adams, about 'I'f BERRHELOT Esq., as a candidate to ALL persons i indebted to the estate of William lad with the land. Cotton planters are invited b I say, It is the honor and happiness of my
tendency seems to tendency represent the Middle Judicial District of Florida, Will'arns, dec. late of Jefferson conuty, are requested call and examine for both as for health t low creatures I am seeking, and the adaDteCnt
Empire seems to be. two miles south east of the plantation of composed of the counties Gadsden, Leon, Jeffer-I to make payment and those having demands indsoil, as a bargain the.sehes., of the best Intcrest. of my country .
offend.
In 4th column, 2d line, for "cloud of," Tom Peter Chaires, on Tliursdey evening son, Hamilton and Madison, in the Senatorial against the same 'to present. them duly authenticated WHITEMAN H. OWENS. Your Fellow Citizen,
branch of the next Legislature.f to the subscriber. J. A. NORM AN..
Decatur Co 1338. 2t-f
read StOl J1J of. last. Mr. Adams and family escaped, but the : WE: are authorized to announce WM. p.DUV AV. R.TAYLOR. Adm'r. e officio. Ga.,7thAug., July 9th. 838. 1 f |..tA /

In 4th column, 3d paragraph, for *. natural dwelling was plundered. The neighbors wete AL. Esq. aa a candidate represent the Middle August 25th, 1838._3-4w $130 REWARD. COBN.

forefathers," read mutual.In in pursuit yesterday, but the party supposed to District the Territorial Senate. Atwood'8 Cotton Gina.A BROKE Jail at St. Mak. on tbe 15th last, a large quantity of very excellent CORN 14 4
I TWOOD'S Friction Roller and Common Cot Boy abont 21 years of offered for sale,in lots to suit at*
4th) column, 3d paragraph, for "our I number six or seven Indians, escaped. fCP WE are authorized to announce D. BELFORD ton Gins, now ready and for sale by the a"'e, five feet ten inches high belongs to JamesMeNeill an extremely low by a gentleman! purbMn.desirous
EW ING, Esq.. as a candidate lo represent sub Montgo-nery, Alabama. Alan two prce.
scribers. those who have the ne- of his eall5groe
engaged leaviug
; nurse, read bright career. Territorial Menate.IlcndQunrtEI"8 Al abve city, 'en&aeaa'nts
bright tilt Middle District in the a
i TIlE EXPLORING EXPEDITION.-The Gins of agent will be able to obtain a fellows named GIBLO and BOB blonlng him where.

: In 4th column, latter part of 5th paragraph, Norfolk Herald of Wednesday says:-Incredible few days. Five already received. t Thoiras Frizzle,of Pike County, Alabama P. Sit, also wishes t sell two Negro Men I
for" ealou6 and turbulent powers of Greece"rcadJf.aloul 1 AMBLE&. REID: above reward will b paid for said negroes on delivery of good character-the one a BRICK LAYER
: as it may seem, we can now vouch Tallaharaee 30th .9ng. 1838. S Tallahassee, Ai'gust24th, 1838. 35w to either of Subscribers in Pike or Montgomery the other a PAINTER &GLAZIER, woo is also

&c. I from the fact, that the Exploring Squadron Xj"Therc will be an election held' for Lieulen- Adminitrator's Notice. county. Alabama fifty dollars for either. a good home servant coachman. I

In 5th eo'umn, last paragraph but one, for is ready for sea, and will depart with nl-Colonel at the different Captain's beats, on the persons having any demands against Lit THOMAS JAMES McNEILL, lETEnquire at the Bar oldie Planters' Hotel.

"stand brighter than," read stand higher. the first fair wind-to day, if it should firs Saturday in October next. The Captains ALL Walker, dec., late Jefferson County Aag. 17th, 1838. FRIZZLE- Tallahassee July 21, 1538. 50-tf I
next offirer j in command, will have the election will present them duly attested to the administrator NOTICE. .
; offer. The officers are all on board, and conducted agreeably to law, and report the same thereof and all icderxed: to the said .
I We publish the 4th of July Oration delivered ; persons Tax Collector's last Notice. ALl prisons indebted t the estate of Dr }:
in fine spirits, elate with anticipations of to me within ten days after the election. deceased, will please make immediate payment. Pursuance of law, the undersigned will at.
at Pleasant Grove Gco. Wm. JAMES STEWART, IN EdwlStewarde.onbkaecountrodie I
B.
Me- L. PARKER Adm'r.Monticello.
by wise
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tend "one additional CourtHouse ,
less of the
at
the peaceful triumphs, not worthy day" new aet t tamer I
in i [4] Major Com'e "th Reg't Florida Militia. August 15ih, 1838. 3If in the 1st and all thdse baring demands will
Clcllen Tallahassee
Esq. always
J to-days paper.Ve are the wreath of fame than those of "grim on Saturday Sep present them1
Notice. tember. 1833. Delinquents need not r fc r settlement to the subscriber.indulgence .
gratified to please our friends such NOTICE, expec I 1'1'obligations.
by visaged war," which await the successful claims the SIX weeks after date I Ihal apply to the Judgeof than tho time specified by ,as it cannot JOSEPH RlCH (tDSON.Jv.Aiiin.0 r.
against estate
LL
holding
publications, although to a portion of our readers results of scientific research, achieved with -"gofj.A persons. Watson dec. are requested to present the County Court of County for letters of be ranted by him consistently with his official 1 JulY_ _14th_ 1838._ _ _ 9t!_ \

they may not be particularly interesting.Yet greater peril and hardship, and admittingthe .. them without delay, as I shall present my vouchers administration, dec. late of upon Leon the estate of John Blair Peachy fellow citizens. He to be therefore prompt hopes the and'liquidation, expects his of NOTICE. 1

in so doing we net unfrequently fail in.. truth of the old adage, that "a bad be- to the .fpril Term 1839, of Jackson County County.J.. S. ROBINSON. their taxes. T TE Co-partnership heretofore existing iti t h4'I ;
Court for a final settlement and ask for a discharge name ei STEWART 4'BARNARD I NI
|; our efforts, by the appearance of an occasional ginning will haVe a good ending," they from the fnrther administration of said August 2oth, 18S8.: 36w paid The on exutiui or belore Revenue the 1st laws September, require in taxes each to and be dissolved by the death of the senior partner, an .f

i error in the publication. This with some have a glorious'prospect of success to their estate. THOMAS M. WHITE, Sheriff Notice. every year. persons indebted to the firm are requested to make' 1
and Adm'r Ex officio. A LL indebted DANIEL McRAENY immediate settlement and claims
having
is almost persons WILLIAM MICHAEL :1 'il f
t writers an unpardonable sin, and we expedition. Sept. 1,1838. 4-lf '\* duung the year 183C, and the firm of Mc Tax Collector Leon Co., please present the same. J

t sometimes give offence by our .inability to de The squadron now rides gallantly RAENY & HAWES, during the years I837&. 8. August I, T333. 5-2-tf E. BARNARDJr. SarrirutvPartneT. ?.". i

scrawl. We abreast of Fort Monroe in the followingorder NOTICE, are notified thai immediate payment of the same TallahasteJuly 1to.183. ,
cyphro an illegible cannot af-- 4-t
(%J|IX Months after date / shall present my ae- must be made. The accounts are placed in the Not e.
: foid in a newspaper office the expense ofextra ; sloop of war Vincennes, Lieut. J counts and vouchers to the Hon. Jude of hands of the subscriber, who ia authorized to settle I HAVE resigned my ore.a Marshal' afcd Notice,

; proof readers, where errors seldom occur Wilkes, Commanding the Squadron; ship he County. Court Executor of Loon of County tho estate and of pray Ellis for the same. Immediate SAMUEL at'ention! W.will BURNETT.save cost. notes Consable.-Any or accounts! can person have the holding same by my retelpt for DURING the the notes absence and of accounts the subs df the lite'a firm'ofKEER&STURGESare por _1 :

:: which cannot be corrected by the reader. ReliefLt; Long; sloop of war Peacock Lt. my Barney discharge, dec l\Bed.as GUILFORD BURNEY,Ex'r. Tallahassee, Aug. 1*, 1838. 2-tf Mr. David C. Wison or to Win. Hilliard, Esq t left in the hands of 1
Mr.JAMES
Lieut. SILAS H. COURTNKY.Tallahassee KIRKSEY. All persons indebted
Hudson Ringgold
; brig Porpoise, ; N. B Legatees and others interested in the By the President of the V. S. will please make payment to aim.- 1 .1
August 1st 1838. 52lfNotice.
We observe in the Florioian, the Card of schr. Flying Fish, passed Midshipman: estate, arc requested to put in their claims forth IN pursuance of law. I, MARTIN VAN BU- :l PATRICK. KERR \ I

ROEEBT RUTLER, declining to stand as a Knox; and schr. Sea Gull, Passed Mid- with. REN, Piesidentofthe. United States of America Qt lZweLksafterdate1shaliapplytoheJuJge Tallahassee_! 14th 193. ,

candidate for the Convention, on the ground shipman Reid. The schooners are pilot Sept. lit, 1838. 4.Cm I do hereby declare and make known that a pub of the County Court 0 Leon County for let Notices .r j
:
lic SAL: will] be held at St. Augustine,in the Territory -
that Florida is yet deficient in inhabitants to boat built, and of the rise of 100 tons. I LOST, I Florida! on Monday, the fifth day of November ters deceased of administration behalf on estate Samuel //.HoTHe subscriber will eornirrue rfgalarly to tart i
of the
the number of nine thousand, to entitle herto The sloop of war arc nearly on the peace I (I'\N tie 25th ulimo, either in Tallahassee, or next, for the disposal of the puMic lands son, on JOS. heirs of said horse iagefromuincy to Cato
between Tallahassee and Blocker's X Roads the IHCl\UDSON, Jr. chee, which will always leave
admission into the Union. What does this .J within the limits of undtrmtntionll townships aAr
: ? The Floridian makes establishment, showing only eight guns Three TREASURY NOTES of one hundred and frtction-il townships (.a&| PlorBi land Aug., 1833. 526. the arrival of the mai from TaUahass. H ,
mean
no comment each. Dollar. each payable to the order of D.H.( Vinton, district, to wit: -- NEW GOODS. J ais; prepared t nll four hore C ach, whenever
exp'anatory of the card in question. We had fcnd by him endorsed, all issued on the Z5th of Au- the n umber of are each the two hors
HE Subscriber passengers .
i North of the base line and east of the meridian. M ) a just rec.ved.per schooner a
supposed, that in another season, the organization TilE PCLAsKI.-The owner and captain gust, and numbered and marked as follows: i: Bunker Hill, direct from New York and is stage cannot conveniently carry. He will also continue -
Fractional townships one two three four and five
of Florida as a Slate, would have NO. 5181 letter C 5485 letter A, 4S6 to run a four hors coach from leV
,; ofthe schooner Merchant, who it was of St. Mary's of twenty-ihree. now opening a general assortment of such Quinc
[east river.l range goo.
Bainbridge. at which it will .r
letter B soluble for the place meet
: been Completed. the wreck of the Pulaski Townships one, two three, and four and fractional as are easn. PorcJlue. 1- '
said had
passed from Mobile to Pass
I am informed thai only ix of said notes were five vited t call and examine for selves. Stages Augsta. ngers taKing -. I
of
By the above, copied from the Brunswick and refused to stop and to take the sufferers issued on this day, three of which I understand have Townships township one, two, and range three twenty-four., of range twentyfive. Low for cash approved credit. their seats at wi have the piVrVtL

Herald, it would seem the Editor had infer- on board, bas published a card in the gone to Georgia. The Love three are therefore F; DUVAL. ence over all others except coming sun tts'A.
he only notes dated August 25th, 1833 in this Tallahassee, Aug. 2, 153$. 5. -tf main line from Mobile to Augusta.
red that the people of Flol ida had abandonedthe American, fortified byan affidavit of the iccion.A Township, of range twenty six. .._ The stage will leave Tallahassee every etherday.

idea of a Stale Government for the pres- mate of the schooner, which shows that liberal reward will be given the finder,on leav- Fractional townships ven.Frictionaltwm.hips .one, two three, ana four, ofrane FloridaPeninsulaRailroadc Steam at three o'clock A. M. and arrivs"at Baiabridge ar!
tWenLY-8 BoatCoinpany. o'clock, P. M.; And returning, w hi IcavrEaid-
the with the Editor of the Floridian.
the statement in question must have been ing same one, two,and,three, of range MEETING of the
ent. This is far from the fact. Our citizens JOSHUA JAMISON. A Stokholder of the FLORIDA bride the next morning at 4. o'clock.

were alive to the of founded in error The mate says he never Talahas! August 30th, 1838. 4-lf twenty-eight RA1LILOAI P "ND JOHN M. VARff,..Agent.Notice. .
and
never so importance Fractional one, two, Ihree of range STEAM-BOAT COMPANY will beheld fn
townlhip J
per.
throwing off Territorial vassalageas they now saw the Pulaski, nor does be believe they P110CL.AHIATION 1w en ty.ni son or by proxy, 8t St.ugustine,on the first Monday J
miles of her We South of the base line and Wit of the meridian in from tha hereof I shall app/ :
passed within fifty rejoicefor Florida. September next, for the purpose of electing SIX Week dal ,
are in this section, and do not we believe Jiy the Governor of I
gen- the the
the honour of human nature that the Township six, of range eighteen. a president & seven DleCtr and transactingsuch Judge CountiCeurt 0(. _
erally agree with Col. Butler in his opinion WHEREAS, by an act of Congress, approved five and six.of range nineteen. other business a of the Company Leon County for leave to sell the real estate of

of our constitutional right to admission. We statement is not borne out by the facts. July th:7ih, 1838. entitled "An Alt to organizethe n.bip one, two, three, five, and six, of range may require, JOSEPH S. SANCHES, Jan Bryar, late oha.d Couutydeee I
t Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida JOHN M. FONTANE, ELZA BRYA ;

I think it very doubtful whether we have not The Western Georgian of the 4th inst. rod for other pur|osrs"u it is provided among other Townships iwenty. one, two, three, and six, of range twen. A. J/ REED Ugll.t, 11,1833. j-fiS .
hall consitof j
things, that the Legislative Council JOHN HANSON "
the number of population he thinks requisitefor says,-"In our last we stated that Gen two Houses, to be called the Senate and House of Fractional ly-one. one, townships two,tbree.four, ANTONIA ALVAREZ, Leather, Lime, and Dab.* '

admission, had the census been correctlytaken. Scott had contracted with John Ross for Representatives, and that the returns of the election five and six township, of range twenty two. THOMAS DOUGLAS, Subscribers have ofLEATlERujtsble! '1

But the people have determined thata of Senators shall be made to the Governor by Townships one,two,three, four, five, and six, of Com'rs at Si- Augustine: complete assortment
the removal of tbe remainder of the Cher- the Marshals of each district, in Ihch mannei as three. July 10th, 1538 ,1-tf for Gin Bands, Harness, Carriage'Tops, Boos and .j

Convention shall he held and a State Convention okees, and was to furnish him with the shall be prescribed by the Governor. Townships rango twenty one, two, three, four, five, and six, of Shoes, &. AIM a constant supply LIME, and
formed and submitted to for Now, therefore be it kno,D, thai the Marshals of four. Receiver's Notice. HAIR, for Plastering: will of which, they offer
Congress dollars for twenty
sum of three hundred thousand each judicial district are hereby required so soonas range two, three, four, five and six, of FBI HE Subscriber having been appointed ReceiJL low for cash;6V in exchange for.hidesatthr Tan.
approval ; believing that our admission if at that purpose. We since learn that the the election returns shall have been received Township five. ver ot the Court Chancery of the Middle Yard. BROWN A. GAL8RA1TH.
from the of the election for Senators in District in the case of D. G Ranev wife al Tallahassee Jog. IIth, 1833.;
all doubtful, will be opposed upon. other proposition was not accepted by Ross, inspectors; Fractional township one of range twentynine.At if tt vs i.zfr
the several counties of slid districts, to consolidate in M. .frmistead, hereby gives notice to all
grounds. \\'c are gratified to oly/rve$ the and that it not certain that be would the same place continuation commencing indebted tothe late persons Notice
was and firms
tile returns: of said election, make a return on monday the nineteenth day of November next, ofL. i M..i..frmistead, JESSE
i this removal. Gen. Scott thereolduly[ certified to the Governor of the the and L Sf M A .irmL. rad & Co on Cote bond WlR. S. RUSSEL-i my authorized
great unanimity on subject, and the firm contract for their for the disposal of the public lends within the limitsof I.t while I absent I
am the 1'LTritorc.
txfore th.-. 15t.h of November or book account or lor ageni rom
Terrilory on or day rent or
otllerwlse.-t.tat. 1
and
the undermentioned fractional
townships
determination to press our claims before Congress has since offered him sixty dollars per in obedience to the expie's decree o f the Co'urt.alldebts JASTLlpSCQMO. .

I upon true constitutional grounds, as well bead, to remove and subsist them for one ntxtGiven under my hand this 24th day of August townships, to wit; unpaid will be forthwith' put in suit at Aup't 5, l3S. J.U' "
in Arkansas and Ross demands nine- 1838. R. K. CALL. South of the base line and ei at of the meridian. the next term of the proper court. He will send IYf'Uet." 4 j

t as upon the treaty stipulations at the cession year [[1)] Governor of Florida. That part township eleven, east of ihe Suwanne a list of debts due i in Gadsden County t in a! few ANY person havir.g my PlAtt *f Che* City ).j!

: of the Territory to the United States by the ty-six. The treaty party are altogether Notice river,of range fourteen. days to Isaac H Harris Esq, Quincy, to whom center a favor by leaving it at my Aoc _j
opposed to Ross having any band in their Towiuhips ten, eleven, and twelve, of range fifteen. payment may be made; all others must call optfn lion Ronm. R. j. HACKLtY. .
Spanish
) Government. THE undersigned, administrator of Elizabeth ten, eleven,and twel-e, of range sixteen the subscriber at his office TallahasMe. .du.4, 1833:
removal; dec, hereby give* notice that at the Township ten, eleven, twelve, and thirteen, of JAMES A BERTWELOT, It c'f. .

t la our last paper we concluded the publication --- -- ---.---.-- next Spring Term of Leon County Court, he will range seventeen.Township July 26,1838: Sl.lf NOl e
IIVMENIAL finally settle his accounts and apply for his discharge seven, and fractional townships eleven ? fHE Cx>-partnership Bereto/ore/ existing uadef
of Gen. the Secretary Notice .
.L
: I Jesup's report thcErmofLEDWITH&TILLjjlGflAZT
B. Kerr as administrator u s aforenaid. and twelve (west of Airedondo's claim,] andtownship
R.
of Married on the 23d ult. by the Her. THESabKriliersiteanoLtetitfiisfliend i and to was dissc.lrod by mutual consent oj tfc* )5 War, of the result of his operations as PATRICK SMITH. thirteen,of
HtrxcERFouD to )Iia. MualRET range eirbteen. i
C&pL JOHN 4-tf and nl town- an Jane last All persons .who h'ave clams against
Sept.1,1838. seven eight
Commanderin-Cniefor the U. S. forces in ROBIKSOV of thi County. Township ENGRAVING COPPERPLATE PRINTING
ANN' [north of Arredondo's claim,) fractional fy thefimwil present then to Mr. Ledwith for,settlement -
Fiorida against the Seminolesi We are When woo had mark'd the human race Notice. township twelve (south Arredondo's .claim,] Office in die Town ftuinry, Gadsden County, : and all those indebted will make payment
And fcal'd it for her own ; ( N Election for four Members to represent the and township thirteen,of range nineteen. where all orders Will! be executed wit njne greatest l gratified to learn that mtkh more has been And, from Elvtium, in di.graee, 'u' County of Loon in the next Legislative Council Townships seven and eight, fractional township care aiid despatch,comprising Bank Note plates,Invoice 5ame. MICHAEL LED IT If. .:

effected.than we had anticipated, and that Wu rent abroad to roam :- in the lower bouse and four Senators to repie- nine, (north of Arredoudo's clsito,] fractions: i ,Bills. ol Lading. ;,Maps,Charts,Mercantile and CP-MR.LEDWITH co'ntinues business afth :

: the General has beeri in his 7he fairest ipirit that reign'd obote, rent the Middle District of Florida, and eight members township twelve, (soUth of that claim,] and township Visiting Cards,& :&c. old Stand, and daily .expects a Fall assortment,
Also PI evllh
: indefatigable Hea,'n I exertions t lo faring to a close this long pro. We'fed. her pdur-(hcr nome ill Lore) Locn; on Monday the 8th day of October next, seven and eight, fractional township nPtsanddespateh-Silverpateofeverydcs4rir,1io the best terms. M. L. j

traded Wllr.re were those whoin When lovely woman ,,ilu. R. H. K. at the following precincts, viz: Township, ( ( f Arrednndos claim.] fractional neatly engraved. and repaired.THOS. .J StRATi'ON. TallAhasau,Au .4. 1 3f. 5lf I
among I. At St. Mafks, under tho superintendence of township twelve [south of Arredondo's claim.] M. _: ,
,
the Spiing of 1837, disposed to censure DIED-In this City on the 27th ultimo, Mr. George Miller, A. M. Aoxandur: and Peter H. .and township thirteen of range twenty one. Qruincy' ,July 25,1838" 51-&r Carriase HarnessECpTH -ua.kf .

the General for neglect in not securing those J. M. STRONG, in the 24th year of hia agr.Ma. Swiim. Township svn and eight,and that part of town- Four Hundred Dollars Reward 1 &snbscriberhavibg.engaged the s rvicrs 1.
skillful
of !
: I, 2. At Culhbcrl's, tore, Shell Point nno'er the ten, eleven, and twelve lying east o'lArrcdo'ndo's PROClJAMATION BY a Carriage and tisrn". Matel,from
( -
Indians who came in at the several posts, superintendence of A. J. Forester, Edward C. Walker claims and townsip thirteen, of range the North, oegs!Jeaje loiplorm his friends and the
under Eoiroa: You will ple* e announce LEWISP. RICHARD K. CALL,Governor rjf the.Territory public that ]t.olden for repairs &c,eu all be punctually
and James
the further hostil- J, Cuthbert. IWenty-lWo. .
pretext of giving Coun. Florida.
frdm Leon of
up candidate .
TAYLOR, EM. aa a md neatly executed.Tsiltt'assee.May
3. Jll BlockerV X Roads, under the superintend Townships sever, eight t. nine; t elevfen. ; twelve,
wes and emigrating: to their new homes. ty for the Lower Home of the Territorial Leg'ulalure ence of Tom Peter Chairs, Henry Clifford, and and thirtenofranEe twenty-three. %%rHERRAS> ItbfS been presented to me la.1.Iri7W rii now:

Bat during his late campaign from November who will strongly supported by the Abram Daniel. Townships seven, eight,nine ten, eleven, twelve, thatHUGHDUNCwnfinsdj&h3JajlofJfferon LB.Cb&a '
!'EOPLE.'C7E County, chargca with the murder of
4. At Tallahassee under the of and of range twenty four. 5,1838tr !
superintendence
to April, we believe every exertion has ROBT.* B- thirtcel eight,nine, UK, eleven, telve, one Hines in sa.14. County of Jefferson on the _
authorized
are to announce David C. Wilson, Ro'jert B, Co'pcland, and Wm, : levn. night i of the 15th inst, m9.de his from said The Mase" I .
been made on his part to regain those lost '4r'1 KERR Esq. u a condidate to represeu Hilliard. I' and thirteen, of range twen'y-lie.' jail by burning lbrouK.| the floor of escape the FOREK3NLlTSiilATU&EBcTfiik; : .

vantages, and effect a speedy removal of the Middle District in the Senate. 5. At Smith's Black Creek under the superintendence 'I Tse sales will each be kept open for two week, ia which he was confined And t1\:1L. ALEK apartment, a Jrsjxiblishej etery month by eiU fc .112
J the WE are authorised to announce Maj: MMEfi ofW. W. Hartj John Smitl and Frederick (unless the J Ia'nd ale sootier disposed of) and no longer Negro man Slave;the property ol William Bur- Chesaut 9"-r.eetPh| ladelph ,aTSJM d elianayemr, .
Indiana. The neglect of the Governmentto STEWART as a candidate to represent Leon I Scott. I } and no private entries land in; the townships ney fconfifted in eaicLJQIID the county afbresnid pay.able ia advance.. Distsat .labsoibers .,'xe-

furnish a sufficient number of troops for County in the next Legislative Council. 6. At Joseph Millers. [fQcklockonv] Under the a offered will be admitted untO aftef the expiration committed on a charge of burn log and robbing the, quested to remit a $Snoie.on aeeeant. _
superintendence of Liotfel Fletcher,1 John W. Hale of the (fwd weeks. Tbeie will be excluded house John With the ear 183d begins the Fourth Volameof
the ff E are authorized to announce Dr. J. D. READ I dwelling of Slaughter! on the frontier in j '
campaign, at least one month earlier in&o of Madi onas a candidate for the Senate from the I and Joseph Miller. from tie sales herein proclaimed, hinds appropriated Jefferson County a.foresaidinade his escape at tne a new series, compete asia qf which can be fnrnished.at -
fall, and the time delayed by tho uselesrftegociation Middle Diatrict. 7. At James Kendricks,under the superintendence for the rise of schools,military, or other purposes same lime. Two. .1 011&" a \oUim, ia ra.b,rr or !
James Stewart, James Willis, aud Elijah / also lands tcfvered by private confirmed claims NOYTiTHEREFORE.in of rW I Two Dolisia sad a H.lCbeupd. .Theaew :Series
JOSEPH
of the Cherokee annorincc [ pursuance ,
authorized to
lands
Delegation JC7WE and to
J are arteyed or nhsurvcyed, because we ire longer able
Johnson. do he'reby brier a reward of Two Hundred nq u supply
W. BANNERMAN, Ei: ., aa a candidate to rep,' vale claims are alledged, which have not yet been Qpna.rder.. for of
Contributed much to the failure of closin" the 8. At Parish's Store under the superintendence for the apprehension and delivery of each said CQirplete sets Ihe old.
*w the And fear that sent Leon County in the next Legislative Council.'J'7E of K. M. Moore, John D Parish, and Miles Blake. confirmed by law, together with all quarter sect ions offenders to the Marshal! of the Middle District CJ !, of CON TENTS.OF THE JULY NUMBER*.
during winter. we
are authorized to announce CMRLE1NNr and fractional sections which may be cut thereby, Life of William Wither lore, hw.
.9. wft of>he.'. under the superintendence of Win. Florida,or in any jail in the Middle District afore- by .oa.cslids.nd
-e are doomed to similar delay the S. SIBLEY, Esq., as a candidate to reprc and therefore made >o require new subdivision EdjDgtjurgH &n.w. .
pre Hall, John Havis,and Richard Sanders. I do hereby enjoin and require all mais. > r
in the Council.WE when such claims shall have en surveyed. IV and Queen .
Leon next _
sent Courtly George Caroline skk.White's
Beat fatl hear of he 10; JlI Crotnartiesj under the superintendence trates and peace officers to be igilanl ro the apprehension
as we no arrangements Givt ander mj hand at the City of Washington View and Tours tTse
are authorized to announce Dr.TRADE Cromartie,- James R.Green,and G:W;Holland. of tho said oiTenders. among Hiaialajsv
i of .
Domi
ibis fourteenth day July;anno
made considerable ,
for A
g num TaiL.
troops. WELL, as a candidate to represent Leo I 11. At Magnolia. under the superintendence of ni, 1838. M. VAN BUREN. Hugh Duncan is abo.t five eel 1Q inches high, Lane's Translation of theRoodeulx. Ara1 J11kts Napai8e. .

her Indians have been removed, but there County 10 the next Council. Benjamin Byrd; Wm:Bailey, and N. Hamlin. By the President Bark skin black hair and eyes, thin vissage, and '. ., ,. QpeetaLw
are E authorized to announce DANIEL Given under my hand at Tallahassee, this 30th James Whiicomb about thirty old, wa's orifinaDy 'from the _
yet enough left to give employment to aItrgo VQ.:? are a years Translated from thee FMDda.
\f McRAENYaa a candidate to repreaen L day of August, 1838 Conrnhftioner of(tie General Land Office tower part of North Carolina. And said Negro -
numberoftroops another Campaign.We Leon County in tho next Legislative Council. [L4J A. M. GATLIN, Judge C. C. L. C man Slave is about five feet two or three inches M r.'Carlye'l c Leetnrea. Eia.mu..to

VC fE authorized to announce STOCKLE"! r AdmlD1S raJort.lllIe, "" NOTE BY THE 'OMMisSIONER.It ., high,thick wt,quite blackof .a forbidden countenance Mr.Z.iater'a Life of Cla eiiio. Spectator.
have is nnderitood to be in contemplation to establisb a down look, d'dh ii addressed siTJom Boend.
beard of DO more Indian murders Xfy SADBURY, Esq. is a candidate to represent : O nHE Subscriber will offet for tale on the 10th i Homeward jj
Gadsden County in the State Convention a cordon military posts across the Peninsula loiksnp Jonalhaiana. MC)1t 'n,
or depredations during the past week, ether it Martin Harden deceased, all the Stock of Cattle of the lands of the 1838. R. K. CALL
to on attack the of Mr. proclaimed the protection Joly,' ; Hie-Sosnaambulist '
upon dwelling NfNf ROBINSON, Esq. aa a candidate lo rep 'J'altVMt
both beef and stock cattle, belonging to the estate frontier which afford an to Governor pf Florida.
ample
opportunity
.Bdll. .
Granthim AT.ioofGrsassaay.
at Waucissa resent Gadsden County in the Slate Convention. of said deceased and will continue the sale from wi
on Sunday night dayto purchasers, the sales to examine the laids \ ,
; ; OUvsjr Twist (wlthseigria ;
hit", but the defence Oftbe inmates drove-off Y7Eare authorized to announce Duncan I day until all are sold. I will nil beef cattle at i a large portiolor which is represented a beiag yeTI l'tOtJee: ; '. J ek ue Jfamslkat (. .') t" I'
sunaag 1..1
the NfY Baker, Esq. as a candidate to representhe I private aare if appfrad for at time. .. l shall aply to thIai5. .
Indians. TbOcO.IUL N"
Indians signs have also been County Gadiden in the Stale Convention. JOHN HARDEN, .Adm',. NOTICE TO PfiE-EMPTION CLIMAN'. SmSpdn'.QlJbeCou tCoUrto Jefsrsobjoy A Lang Whil. r6. *r. 1IIag\\r.*

since< seen on the plantation of Col. Gem ; are authorized to announce E.CARRING,. Sept. 1. 1838. 33m 'E.ery perron.claiming the tight pre-emption letters'Macrae of* ton said the.te..ot.. Mbar Ta Un.,wIth a Shill,'. TMbNaTbe Vei1l1at.
late
of deceased.
ble in the name neighborhood. WE ABELtas a candidate to represen I Administrator's t tqany.cthe lands designated mike. above proclamation eooaty, EDM'D Daflgbtet**ReqaesfTh III

The Jefferson county in the State Convention.V5 is requested to prove the MODS to the sat!.- B.VAIS.. ,Blaekss ,TWsMip
{ 7'THESub.cribsrwil1 offer for sale on the July88ihlB3&
under 01" ilsBHasaRobot .
troops Major Taylor _
we are ofiheReirter aMacaiver the -
of n.-p
TtifD. AnhkIB
ratio proper ., '
E iBthorizfd end requested to annonnc 3d day of December next, tt the late residence of '
formed unsuccessful) are land oceEnd make thr for.as ted SJqIae *
were in payment soon aspracticable ;
,
'
capturing I a"a candidatto Martin Harden deceased of the of Decatur .
any TaflOr ,
of NTMajor John county after eeiax this notice, in order that .A nxecelToflt ENGINE of Dv'Mithai UAi'ftnitbJ
svfBcientpower
the Indian who in lira the next Leg. all the stock of Horses Moles and
committed the depreda Jefferson C nnty Georgia ,Sheep,
represent the claim? m1 adjudicated by thou offletn fm, driVe.iwo""itlMiJaM Ibnr eV ffve MR TaJl" :
oD on the family of Mr. Baker, they having ifclative Council. 46tiJqE Hogs Hottwhold and Kitchen Furniture Plantation agreeably u w, in die time pro.1 tM dyap Jaws,is offered tor sale'lipoa iiaiaab7.' J-JJ- Hymn 'XP15. > 'Q .
June 23, "- Tools Wagons, Carts,and Oxen, Blacksmith ,
pointed for.lbe meJl Should il not be old, iio wi/s To an Idiot
ao..III
helped to the persoo "
East of tbe Oscilla: Sar eral are authorized to' annolftl"-e GEORGE: Tools, tec. together with other articles too Udiousto aDd a1dllDI Botdalr msd. known' lor. wiabitpitupsiil)4sdytezertp6oa, ui any Zlcci. de.kav

r-DlC' w. are -nfcmti hue been r<- ''t'f WALKER, E q., of Penaacola, as a candid ,. mention. Tb sale to eootinqa from day to day prior '' aforesaid tee deelaW li 'to' seetionro(cOontr/.eA kavi&first,rata ofier. ForpanioliriieAqtt Nkbetas Nicsby 'N'1C

atlj onwiMd, and led a1to represent the Western. Diftri in lbs Ter. until all are sold. JOHN W/f KEEN, .fdm'r. b roeitd. SAtES WBrC eof w.L JONES. f'fR't with a Lion Watertoa'Sabscriptions '' thrii
are by a JUr: Ha- rilMialSenafe. Sept. Irt. 183ft. ".4 iet of rtfr. Ge,j 4 6W-a*, <3tm.JUBe! 14ibU3!. *3w received by :8.9.i'



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Administrator's Notices.NOTICE. EDUCATION. I IA ,osut of \ectabe iuri4ivttti5U.c LI?
Commission 1IOtiecvrieans.
NOTICE Pills are purely and SOIELT veetiibie, md ei-ntaiti,
MA RRIED gentleman, and graduate of the
3L LONG i: CSUiVOT, those indebted to the subscriber will please neither Mercury, Antimony, Arsenic,nor any other
IX month* after dale University Glasgow Scotlaad lots
application will be made 4LL
; experienced '
S oUblishrJ the inv ihe in the business of tuition mrd flA\'E
to and
of Leon
county court c< for Inters nccust<> \
of dismission from the oniy to read the nod undergraduate itatttoii tf Cu.i>iuii>"um Uusiness either by cashornotee.-Noiuui'tioii of preying composed of exlracls from rare it ml powerful plai.ts, u os
administration of the r>iaef preoaratory courses and olicit ihe piiHxi.i 1 f their (net ds and the the parties is cooiein plated, but simply ut gela set- the \irlnesot which,though toni known U> several
Darant C. Craft. E. P. GRANT Adm'r. wuh candidate* for, ani tnemt.r> of. the ottth
June 13 m6 Carolina CVIkgc, wri-ht s to locate him. -lfnei.tlv public.( t<' ultu'li ihrv | Kljc tlifir L't > \IC.Aiut s. lleinent befere the busines! !.ea on re-oinn enc'es.K.J. I n>li in tribes,and recently to some eminent phuina.fuiiral I
pernt- ; -.if HACKLY. | unknown t. (liti'it'r.ii.t \
r PIIII*:*, arc nlogetber
(at the iii'iratu'ii .f the l'r'nica"r.. in a .. \
\OTICE.t l':8: : A.'f to medical! jcieiice ; and were
t healthy part of FI rda, as Pnucipal f an .vm'r' JITI' lll'l1VEI). At.riI9_ i pri-teiHier:
uonihsafier date application uill be made before: adiniui. te-reil ni so h.ip1ilv ttI.c.tc.oin ,
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SIX my or ClfteHis: lady ha* Ocvutrd! almost 40ears IIL1IflFI) tbl''l: ; French Qul. NOTICED never '
k the counly court of Leon: county lor lettTs the arJwoi !'tit of cxlucalkm O S hereby gi entiaf! 14iiIl nt my accounlsM. a combination \ JTE
of dismission from \ to e' female Iliuo. ki'uhut' Awl.it*? and Muiiate t i>fNlon pre. ,
the administration *"f the esuie and it the I M-o5of l br litV and voucher as administrator t>fth. estateolJfl1t1t:1 Their first ''l" ration ito Ii intends It> flI3r.C u hu c, itiitl .% j nrial a.> >i lutes tof roiuh and
of Ana H. Rhodes. E. P. G K A.NT, AdoiV. the honurab'e of the st 'iiiu-l mJUiwtlH, the 'vuriou ilxIl.urIticJ
i deceased, to
-feici'Crs fir and Iv > Ohrsluphcr
couip* rry i h racucr CJD P.: >jtiiO ll Chiup' *l k. TwcUo M! lu'jaiij Medicine
June a 43m G given to Lr.ir.My iiifiucn in .South I'arolioa ('Ii'sts. nnd a Ins1 ,"Pr''* t ) \tc..kincI'rfitt' -, Ju.lgo of the County (.'mt of L-i-u Coiir.iy, ai ard t-m IIIIM on.snmly at tiling around tliTn ; sndto
Nu'rii-E I : ; L1 5 term of said Court, f'rmv final st ltiement l- remove the l.antnil! faces winch Collect in lh-
and Florida. t iu a rmg
. .a months) J"tfrdat, I shall present my ac A. Yor.v.l! .v. I* will iu'l milh mnnrJ.ate \\ \ ., u.i.N- poi.p/f, \ i.r.n) is. ; and discharge from svuiiitii>rii of the air.311! iniesiii'e-' *. 4 ). ii' r inciUeilieHtniy VEGETABLlAVING
SIX
cluise the-L and U.uo ucl.colfec'.i'il .
and vouchcis t.'tl.e lion Judje > ft tic tt.-nti..fl pNl'I'I 't % 1) 41 WIK1CK. partially ,
Gourl for Garden MaCC 42n. ; ni.i'e- !'rlsjti.I, a* to produce 1.attu.t l
County County, and -i-ply fora "
discharge from ( ij:. noo'r SIIOK M.IM'FACTOR' cos.Uvme.swith a.l iis train of eui*, or sudden di-
the ad's"flisiiat.r1.i the IIOUCK'S 1'AACE.t.
.4 i t-t
; A T the frsl Tciiu &.; ibo C. tot Couilol Ixvn"m. .inha-.i, wuh iu immiiieni davgir. Tl.e sttobUcf.Vrtof
estate of the late William GilMi.nd de<-. t&t..t FRESH Mi >l .'l ih jbuve vuiuabie me>li3L -
..: ("oji. ttireir h.il' i es-pec t fully in- | | > oclei '..hekid
ty, iu I lt .9. vie |l.rt'e1.I I : Uie Vt-rriaMc! LTePill- ,- -
..WCUlBALlHS.MIlll.JrQuincy. ieceivi-4. l'or wile by
!to- : cine tust
It : Ta'.lalia
:;; cr.uoitol j
our: a-eouiii* and lou bor*, at.d apply u>r a tinalti'eiaiMit STEWART & 15ARNARD.I ; ads and the b.tdder, and by this ninth, tIn hv rand tr-oJ thetett.f cxrenieflce
AJzun1btrtor. >. and discharge1.** llxevi.t.>r of tlufs i- s,'c an.I i. u.iti._ lh.il IK I.as I ili-- 1411.45, iL,': l.eulihy action of %t i.i. h ci.iiitljr to the public ari
May Ii. It.NoTICE.. 26 42I a*
the May dteded
I I i. iu u. o.l m. mi.aou.rii _ : !,
tate uf DrulVN ilh: m<, tI! ceay 1.GllKEN 1. S R r "COURT.At Tie
: H. (AIUFS. \ r. j .. mts.in.J skoi.- in llii.s o.ly, mt I 1ID. DiS'I'-LEON Sli' The iilotwl, wbi- Ii takts its red ct-tour from tiir u cn- t,. 'he! mercai piote.: 'fh.,

SIX months af.er J.ite, apji'.ic-uion! uili be ,isa TOM PETtK CMAIKES ) r-vtvliui LI.l-'ietc.. IiuiLt.n("... k ttttii.It.t'lv | | owlo tlu- More of I 'i gustus Alston ) Sum's; ud! ie*. in As't f.-r $7ut> ( > y ot the liver and the lui'gs l etorc it pa.se-t into piili, LviH a reuar bred Ihysinan prtJprjetor,

the Ion Judge -f the County Court uf Mar.'h t. I i1 tL! t'tI J/ui.riH s-1 vv h> n he isprtpniod \s dam. Attc'h for 5-'t-"ut is-siu-d the h' art, beic thus ouritii'l, by thcm.anJ n.uirsl-: I rat tictd his pn Ivi-s.oQ tMti fi anj
Loon County for !Ictteis of diMuissi i'i u> mant.faiiuiti all a.t.. K-sin l.i. line of burfiiu s>, Thomas j J. Green; } May 3 lj W. n I'b'.c: to Noveinbtr from clean loma'-h i\eiy >rm im
n oni the ad- \he lias iiod haiit hi. ed )y, !r.'t| com n- a r .i'r isfreily ItItre.cot climate*, i iseaMcd t. tTer totJ!
\\ .j- an and ill
rmpU.y, ts n.urant -
minijiraiion of the esta'e uf Htzekhh Waters, I Term, I8'.M.TK thr .'igh the nei.it, renew* e>t-iy j'ari it the ted intabd a m'd&rineon the
rTLIE undci>ii.cd lopodfully tnlonas the hi> woik I to bi tionein tie l t.isi manner, andal effects cf *
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ate of said county, dec.LUKEY. defendant in aid as and all others inter- 5) !5t' m, iitnl. triumphantly niuiint.s the b.mner of is willing: lo lUk hi* r puuuon. "
WATERS, Adim'x. Pla hi c,$ of Lft-ii ti nil a 0j.i&nl c..u n it-s, that Jic lias ( i t-as'Itae |.i !> i tl: d I, will take n,,tie of the institution of said suit health in the licominj: eheik.Tlie He dots
May 12. 1S: nude and ap|>c. nitcd l l\\iu (.'. ITusos los .t io,r.ey Hoot foo'rd and other rcp.nrirg done on rcroni atiaclinicnt aires.iid-unii ntqIiinidto not pre'ten-1 that they are a i
by a* tiny are luliowng are arr.ony the iltstrfssfn? vnrirtjrof reneficnl.In
cine or evn
sell K.: W. Pitt's Cotton CUL'llVATOIIS. itehtt;ng; :erIlts. every comp1an
to patont and to the detiaratton ned in sa-il hufiiau wl.ebthe
uppiar plead diseases \>> Vegetable L.lc Pilin
he
iOTICE. moM firmly bclievrsihtt in
rtujKTliVily invucs the L'lIcis to cal:! 1'REIEHIC FILEII, c.isc, according to the turin of the statute iii such arc well known to bo n.fal'iable! : 'arthartic all
SIX months after date, application, w ill bf made: and (.xainuiC lor liicmscixcs. April-23. It35. 3vif C. S. felBLLY.Atty or an aj enent r..cdicine is heeded the Hon. Jud: e of the County Court of Leon C. 1'. CLAliAUC//. case iuadcundprotidtd. ibr : DYSPiP: I.\, hy tl:or ..uhlv rlenr.sms the first j I! will be found !lir Mirerir-r to any of those A-

County for letters ot dismission lioin thr a Jnnnist q'lla'ztS4eC. Iec. 2(;, I3t5.GtSIENSUP. MY GOODS. Jib 133.4.I'ESACOLA. p'tlT.Jlay and second sioinacb.s, ar.d creating a llow cf punt1.eaitliy : I purgative iwiicint-s which: are so rm.ch p

of the estate of Francis Prrux. lite of said iiJiri' i' 'i lIE Sub.- i.bcr ha just rcc ivt land is now ij1 bile, instead e>t the stale and acrid kind, ;-- I f the piibl'C prints us punSersf'f tie bo! >d.

counly, deceased. CH.YKLMS CECK-STElX, an i). UIST.March llt Cttifl T .t gencial ortiuir.t of DRY 3lTM a IU N J1OU S'E.EV Flatu'ency, Palpitation cf ilu! hear, fo s of app- j taken According to the ciireci,.ij$ aft

April 'Ih. JSi3: .-:3d Cm Admr.NOTICE. term, 183.S;;; ; Te wit : March 7, IS3. GUODS, >u.table fur tIe .season.A > CITY OF PEN.fACOLA. tie, Heart-burn and Headache, KeMt
Li.tlebury 1!. Jones, ) V. 'itj" sAibsciibcr Slaving puicliascd the lease a-i teinj- r, Ar. icty, Laugoui, .n.J MeLneholy, w huh; I j and cure IJiliou.s Fevers, Ft-ver _

\s > In Chai.cerv. few ca cs .f fashionable} IITS furniture if ibis will known ostublislmi'litIn ate the genera! tyntpti.n* of Dy.spei.sia, will viinisli i i Di pcpsia, Liver Complaint- Sick Z
months after ttte I shall make returns to He
natural
David Tl-.cnns \ aa nH.ucnce of its cine. Costliness I
SIX d. do UUdT.S All"Erf, a upi-ior article.A 1 Mr. Tay'or, tl.e later ri-pnit tor, will b reaily | ', acht- Jaundice Asthma
honorable County Court of Jefferson ouunty On motion of complainant's: o .cilor, ha\e is fi.vv dwzcn pans ol Ladies fmc Kit! Sh..cs.'sI. I to ret civ e vi.iior. by tin1st of April Ite INiigiieruu by olcai.sinj. ; the wi.oic len.'lb of tile interim'' s wuii ; Dropsy, RbeBna-

and apply to the san.c'for a dis< h.uge frmo tie granted bun to liii- his nicn-ed'! lull, and cil'ib.l intliis II. uILt'ls.' ., and rotly iriij.roveinci.liulllji 1 found atxiUeni process, and wuLoui \iolei.ee: alt vit.feilJ.urge.t t |I j tistn, I'ulargement of the spleen, Pile

administration on the ->tta.e Williaiii G. T.McClcllan.late cause u uiiist the unknovvii heirs of David :May lUtli, 1G31 -JO-tf in the arrangement* and aceommodalions of tl.c leave: the bov\c! costive wuhin, two dayt.I Cnolic, Female Obstructions, Heart-barn,

.f Si id county, 'er-ea ed. j Thomas, dec abed, makii g them a paity to this suit, Mansion llous-e. New and niorerMii.nodioUs Ilattiin I Diarrhea aid Cholera,by removin; iheiharpae-nd Nausea, Furred Tongue, Distension ,
YOUNG McCLELLAN.Adminisirator.. and to the samfaciioi. of tire court thai //luid-5, by which these compbints are occasioned offo
| it appearing FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. Houses will be built, and warm bati! vvill be Stomach and Bowels
da nude in this Teintory. and by the lubncative of the I Incipient Dianieea
the said unknown heirs not providcc at all hours. A stable will i.e attached to promoting secretion ,
Mount \'etnonApril 14. 1833. 3CmG KILLALA broke out of the Gads- mucus membrane. Fe eri.f all kinds I Flatulence Habitual Costiveness
MICHAEL ihe House with good accommodation I.eiscsaud by restoring: Los, ?
r ll is iherpfnre), ordered that publication be made Jail on this instant. The ..aid the blood 10 a regular circululion, through the process Blotched Sallow
Killala is Irishman an.I! carriages. uurit. rate lioises and cariiages will! be I appetite or Complexion
NOTICE. an broken
LAST speaks English ,
,
for the term of four months, agreeably lo the siatutesin hire ot per.ipirai.ioii in some cases, and the thorough
also kcpl for at moderate prices, and sail and and in all of
is stout and about five feel ii.clics cases Torpor of the
months after date I shall seven or tight solution of all intestinal Bowels
obstructions in others.
ac-
present my such ca e made and provided and that said boats ,
> ; row with onl lo llum for the
SIX and vouchers, and apply to the lion unknown heirs of said David 7'hornas, deceased, do high, bas blue eyes, and fair hair and! is c'mfidor- use of %i.itOIS., Billiard per and manage other amusements The LIFE PILLS have been known to cure rheu-i where n carthartic or an aperient i ii needed

the County Court of Leon County, for a final fettlement ap|ear and plead answer or demur to the coinnlaiu- ably maiked with small pox. I will pay FIFTYDOLLiRS usually found ai watering places, will aT.o! be fur- I j matism permanently three weeks,and Gout in ;j They are ex-eedlngly mild in their operation producinij -

and d'scharge from the administration of anl's bill, filed herein, bcf'-re the expiration of said reward for the apprehension and delivery niched and so conducted us not to inler'erc with i half thai lime,by remo vnig local inllannnat ion from neither nausea, grIping nor debility '

the estate of James Lemon, late of s aid County' four months, or the same will be taken PRO CO.NFEHO. in ibis pacc!! of the said Killaln, who was the comfort, and! quiet of the boarders. The wines 1 the ini.flclea aud ligaments of the join:>. Droj>>ifs i Wherever these Pil.s Lave ben once mirodawd

deceased. A true cody from the minutes, to tried three and n.onths whipped in 7palaehicola. soc sentenced and liquors will be of the best quality ; and lo en-M 'of all kinds, by freeing and h'.rengthenin; the kid- I 1 into a family they beci me a ur dip* rtmedy.and

ROBERT P. GREEN, I. K. IURRIS Clerk. in prboiimcnt.Quincv I uies and bladder; they operate most delightfullyion I are called for ajain and again, hkh j is sufficient
suie a full suj'ply of ice, a has already been
.. Ad'mr inri'ht <,f his wife Susannah Mi'rch 17, 133.:! :32-4 m L. J. BELL, J..ilor.D oideicd, which willarriie about cargo llie l.stof 3Iay. | these iini-oriant ornns, arid hence have ever i; proof of U.eir good qual.tit.

A. Gieen, formerly Susanna A. Lemon. iNOTICE.- May7ih, l3R. lo-tf Mr. I'. G. Buinard, who formerly kcjla popular )I been ftund u certain remedy for the worst cns--s of1 Perhaps no article of the kind hs ever len of.

March 10, 1838 21- roGNOTICE. ELLIOT'S CORN CU1CC.R. II tel in SVa hingtnn City, will ct-r.duU the Hotel !! ,GraveL Ala, Worms, by dislodging from the i fered to the public, supported bytestrconials of a
TJl. M. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY turnirgs of the bowels the .imy mater: to which j character so decisive, irum sources as
ELLIOT'S PL.1STER has bctn used with for the Proprietor, who, silt such aid, contidet.tlyensure ; I respectable,
V V AT LAW will! all the Courts I
practice in these cie.'itures adhere J.tItff.a that has
and
umveisjl
or Driven more
indebted to the c.talf of the Lite uIic'mrwnuicess : And wl.ertvcr it has the visitors of last year, and his friends ; Consumption, satisfaction.
person
4LL a Middle Florid-i, and willaiu-nd to Mich business iby| the '1 hive the '
I vessels of
relieving air the lungs from the hey testimony 0; tie who'e
| medicalprufcion
A. N l k..n, are request*d to n.ake be entrusted his Olice in tlc build- been introduced, has &nperi>(did the use of other generally, that they will recuve every possible! at-
as may to care. : : .. | 'mucus, which even slight colds will i ccavioii, w hich in tl.eir f.tcorts hi e no: a single ol
payment to the Unde signed and al! persons having- fo'inuily occupied Call and Walker.Octobir renudics fur the rure &f i'yrn". tenlion ;j'and thciel-y expects ji.c genira! sati.fac ; case
niij by i if not removed I baruencd ill
ecomes and or
ineficiency be
products constqoencea can
ilaims'villp eseji: th'. s.une for payment, pro]>eilylutheniicated J-'tli, 1637. HtfCOPAttT.NEllSHIl' A few aj>|'iicaiiun>> ** ill eiitiiclv rtino\c the largSt i :iOn. I I those druaiilul diseases. alUJgeJ
or tl.e tame will! be larr-.d. ( c( rns, and prevent further pain. '1 he li-cal adv anla jes of this h-,use are too w ell Scurvy, U.eers. und In- ; against
J j \i t' rue sores, by the p rrfect purity which ihcs-e i Hundreds and ihon>3nds b'ess the dar they Le-
P. KF.llU, Piict* JO c nu per box. with din ce.s for use. knuAit tomedalcnirtl.enc'dde-crii lion heri. The i
JAS. A. BERTHELOT, r 1I1K I suliN.-i ibers h.ne ibis diy e"'f-rcd iiit., Fur bale in 7'.tiL.ha's. f, -it the Drii4 St..i|c i.fWADDKL fit that Pini-atola in tl.c largest naval station ofthe .I Life Pills give t., tl.e Liu. d, and all the humours'; :j came aiuatn.cd; with t'tt.rs'e.et.iLLe Pillj;-

Adnni; iraci: copannT: >hip, under the firm of Taft, Uult \\DOLP11 A. LEWIS..May : Government, the p neral rendezvous of the b'corbnt c tlrupii 'its, ar.d bad C.Ja1tI.lex.n.( t-y the.r | vvbi>:h, into Muencc of ihe-ir eitrao.ifnarygtoJI -
nllcrative elilct upon the thuds that f<_eil the skin, I have attuined i a rcrciAKiTT cxfitciDiST-
; : Jn.2Q, IsiiS-24-!H t 1 1'.1i! 133. 41tfSTOIt.tL' Gulf Sxuadieiii; the salubrity of is climate! refr. -
the morbid state ol whitli Ofcasions in the history of 3lccirineI .
S. S TAFT all cruptiteculilpltint ED
.shed con-lantly during the Mirnmer, months by
4 f NOTICE.SIX GEOIGE (J.IIOLT *, tallow, clouiiy, and other di-xizreeatb j t Ti.e try circuina.ai.ce aluue that Physicianin
S'1OR.t(. 1 c.TfflHE the ctiolcst brteze.s hum the Oulf the beauty of
MONTHS after 1 Suiiscnl" l.a kin t' Store foinvrlvM.
4 of I.I-MII r. CurMf r t. e S%i.l euecUn entire of S.i.'t RLeuni! Svjt.t'bern St ties w i.er h.vt 1. teems muse
Ui'-Omnty .ur1 >unt> July 1. 1S37. ol and cure Eiyij they nj ,
the abundance di-l.c.cv of tl.e fish wuh \\l.th
,
ten of duuiiSBmii from adinniUtratiuii f the tiatc orrupitd by J. H. PiJfl V r: qat San I Ia
<> o ? >*? :>, and a sinking iinpiovemini in the clearness are mntkitt tree use cfihew iii tt.tic pratnctf.jpeak*
Heickllh 1'uudcr. dcad. latf of >-a..I l rouuly.AW Clerk's O Mice, L.COII Siipcrior Court..Middle MArks, i.i.d will nt coil In lh-; Storing; Ulldof the waieis abound, and pioxini1 y ic the bt.st t.u. ot i".e er.m. Common Colds and Inlluei.za, willal.vaysl I voluimia: in their praise ld-1 tw tha the fact that

fOMIKR.;. I'UXJJEK Kiecutrn.EHIUAIM Kv-4utr. District of Florida, January t', 16JS. 1orntrdii. -u-h arti--l i as may Le iissintd them m.irkeigive Pc&racnl > ibo preference over i I c cured uy one dos <>r by twi', evi n inthe I a.lvi.o rse tu-m ir.va.iabfe rtc' tiimcnd item to
all li.eMc
March 21.15* 31 Rcba.d ha) ward, Cdnj.lainant ) t'j In> tare. ly) dilmcnt atlcnti- to his bnsinmj o.her: 1'lac s in lattti.dt.s, a> a kva.thiy and I %\ott iacd. Piles-a* urtmd) for this incsitistressitg I their fri-n am .1 tkc tetini..ny in th-ir favor iaaliite
dili btful
ti vs. % In Chancery be b"pcslo obta n a lii>cr..l slmc of pul.l!c summer rrMMi.I'iipl t. i ant obstinate malady, the Ye:etadeI I >Sb it realtablei* au Anti-ldiuus remedy,
boat
NOTICE.SlXnionthsfrmdle. rate will run betwe-cU Pousaco'a ;,nd.Mobile
Pat U1LLIAM .MAT//LKS..
Thomas JeiTrs Gn.cn, dc-un-i't. ) ronag. Life Pills deserve a di-unct and einp..atic: ncumrnendation. ao'l to fre.e-r.t ct.sivei.s8.i, th-y Lave no litaL
an-i will at all tunes be attic to take the
: I shall apply to the Judge II' appearing by satisfactory evidence, that the t.Maiksayl'J -11 I from the New Oilcans boats. pasbcngcrb it is we.I known to liunJrtd-j in this One fifty cent UiX vvili establish: tl.eir character,

C< uri fir a lin.tl di-cliar : TnomasJi-trerai/n Green, is not an :c. U. AKNOLD.Pensacbb city, that Jie proprietor of these inva'uable I'i16. I and prove thai there is truth even ii an advertise

from the administration of the estate of Dennis, inhabiUniof tl.e United State, but resides in the Charles Sibley was l.inue.f a"i: <:Hd vv.th this rompiainl: fur tAlent.p .
Feb. 15 1839. ;J4 ti up
Cole on, deed. JOHN LAMER Adm'i.March province of Texas, it is ordered that the! said de- : wards ol ti.irty fite ye-ar4, aid: that he tried in van: More ;ihan two millions of boxes of lhee eele-
GLfttleriienviihiiii to roornsfor their families
p 10, 1333 31-mG icudant do appear here on or be/..re the l ;"t.i October U. S. Attorney Middle District of Tlo.OFFEI'S addiess the encase ivei v leinedy prescribed *tibia the wbo'c cuuipasof bracd: Pills, have been sold ia the United Stales
I'eiuacola
: o u : next, and answer the complainants: bill, or the his pr. ft-s-iona: .si> ices a> Attorney Sets, can dl 1'. Tai.r! alNew proprietor Urle-iins aij the tin titer, orMr. the .Materia Meu'ica. He, however at length. tried 1 1icce| January. 18J5.I .
,
monlLs after dtee will same will be taken fur confcss-ed ; g3in. him, and at Law, m the collection ol i propiieior.KeJciei.ceH. the meiiicia.: which I.e now oilers'.o the j/noi.: % and 1 Dr. Peter, his rrreitetl upwards of U-'teen hundred
p-csent our ac-
SIX and vouchers to the llor.orable the the matters and tilings thereof decreed accordingly.A debts, ffC. in Middle Florida. He will attend all t T Sandford Es.1 Mr. C CuIInni he was cured in a very short lime, af.er his rerove- I ce*. cate-=, all sivea 1.1 eousequttce of the

d it is further or !end that a copy of thin order the Courts in tiw Middle! Distr.ct. I j 3. |, ly h id been pr-juounoed not on.'y improb.il I.-, but good done by his 3Kticines.
Judge of tit Couuiy Corn of L-on County, and .McAlp ii E1.Lieut.I''t.ity: Mbilw-S T TayPii.r -
to be discharged fii'iu tIle' administration be pun e
the pray eitate of Hczekiah Ponder, deceased. on pubr.>l .d m tlm l'is ri':-t. bym.. Wilson, as a LoA turc.1'allah DIRECTIONS* FOu U>C.-The proprietor of I lhr-e l-ills .,na the truth ef the above

ANN I'OXIJEK Ad-u'ri.% TistTUOrf.. H. DUVAL, Cl'k i ssce, May 12tli. l:3d. 10-tf SUP.ERIoR COUIII', jON COUNTY.Sfiii the YLCKTAELE LIFE PILLS does not follow the lase tatenleIts, the f.H.A\mic let-crs from medical gea

C.: G. PONDER,, AdinV. Jai. 13: ld d23-lau.'Jin >a TERM 1SU5.; anii meTcenaiv jra. LIt e .f i..e rtuv ks cf L ftc ta-. in :!emen of il.e fi.st ptctaViTi'v are moit respect

April 14 36 WATCHES, JEVNELKV. ir.fH'Mlt HKMOVAL.REMOViiD William: Ilillia.d ) advising per.i.s tolauc his PilHin !..r..e q'cuit.ties. fully suLr.jteti.CLnZ1ILLZ.

bu'jbcriber lois hand : fiom Row No. 4. tie N < good niiiuiciiic can pu3sil le s.'I .> :eq'ured.-
on & handsome tupJL. : Uerry'k to j vs S AuacLmint for 5101.)!
Union Bank or Florida. III-! of the ulKive uiieleulncli be uiUdcll i on &( ) o< i.ipnd by Messrs. G. LI. & (Cornelius Jor.t/ 1 he>e I'iils are to in taken ul ted tun--every night McCElrrRC Co. Vj.I .

by iti B..aid ot Uiic tois' thai his usual He I j for a week ,.r nnizlit, a'-cordlti4 t > th--- u'tna.v b uary 7, 1i7.I .
ORDERED tern.s. has in his employ two cx|n
Dcfe-ndait! ; ar d ali ohe-rs iister''st.-d: will oldie di, )LA Sia : trr..raet the > < cf .
for ths tracsjctK.n of iu-m-bs in waicli makers, and I.e assures the public . future be from o'clock( a. in. until 2 o'clock p. in. lie will! spire i.o lo have their surk dune notire of the iiiitiiutirn of the abuVe'sui ';orJ.uj to the Cunt.tution the [arson. Vtrv dclicaie in ;o you rr.y ratiCiation attLe suce \ hicuhiuatui
pJins
June 9 44 JOHN PARKHILL. Cah'r .rjn.pily iid in llie o- t manner.Mr. 1\V DRUG 6'L'OKL. : by .iiiacinntnt, and are reiiitied to itj.ie.s ..nJ yet* ns should i e.'in vvhh lut two, and it.cre. .- dcd the ;itminisi3tion'.f! your valuable Pills
i plead! to the dcrlaratiin tl 1 d >n >iid -:isL. :-. ...-.,, as the nature->f the c..ze renuire tlii ii> tins! Mcti-n of country. It is a commi-n faWtwitli
ii. >
.Veicaif has resumed ihe Gun Smith but may ; ie
.
have formed cu-j'arjieih. '
THE ub.-ciiUr a
tons Robert Gamble jr. and John A. 'ni'j.MPrfuN. [.luTs att'y. u.ore rubiist. or uf cus.ive b.tbit tin S- Whit cicipounilnnd send jaier.t m Jiciiie -
begin
t-iiiess in viry
back w.Il may
he
. in\ a..J
.- MY G. Gamble ji*. ai.d i. y u .cn.i Jolin to ju'' *Zn that shop line. "aj-j.y to attend in the I-M us bum.'s, under tl.e firm ot Da'.td.May 7th! IS-iS. -lO-Uni \Mtl I),and mcieasc to 5, or even G j-ills amid they u. say roo much in il.cira or, but from that

Parkhill l?*>q. . not

to lay busu.c.ssdujiug mv abeiofmin ti) .- Terri .! tfNO ."y hav:ju-t r< coivedar.d i.'w t.tlVr Jur'-a'e, patient in ihe.r turther use. Tb.so Pilt somet moocaiionsicIvDcaS think as jt; thy hare rceeitcd unmerited praise.
-
4, tory. JOhN G. GAMBLE. one di'or' i.oi tL of Mr Hirge s t':, im. e- aMish.men" And C iin mission Merchant.IIL and t.iiIitiuIg.tl.uLgh veiy bviu'uIu Six: tncntb 8Z' they were almost ei.tircly unknown -

June 44 LICE. on .Monroe.reel, a {'email assoi !iK'i.t i'fr'UI. M.l ciiSer vvouid inloiia: lu-i fr.cni'i anti J j i UO'.ts the 3:0.1: acii is very foul!; thiabowevir, may in thL?, ]Kirt< f Vii.tma, ihey axe ouv thsnio

A LL those l.o m dc puich i t> n: I'ais r n IbrflL. I t .>II 'HUG-: :?, UKDIt-INCS: : I'.1tNiu, T ibe p.iLlic in xi.eial I, I ih vl Le ii.is lia.in-i'l j !> bc c >t :'i! rLd !i t'.itorab.e aynipto.n) as the p tui.t' >t j .pti -ir [1.is: te l.ave. In di pep&ia and sick

Ii IYOTICI:. ..: ley'a > ale are requvavUt.> i 'z1i tut\v.ar.i .t..d UiL- Iit."l er w.tl. a variety of perfut'iaz.d_ tin: l.ns'i.e s> 4,1 C o.ic-u K.oK.r .itj COI>IM .I.MI ;.will 5i.d Li.i self ai .co rc..cvtd.ai.d: i iy prsevtr- Le.id.ihe, di r.ir. n-entoh: b.liary rrjans, and

ALL persons iiidebicJ t'j the cs'.aieuf Pe>r -ettoti.es! m R. .1. HACKL'-Y. farn-y mincs h-r'iie loi'.et: .\.i tcl.aitt, in the City of New Yoik i and H now ;| ale(C \vi.l -UU.& riro'.er. Ti.ey uaCuliyupitate vv.tl- uC.-tir.ate tot.s. | aiitr> ,if ;.hcbuwe!?, I ki.uw of no

", d.cee'sd, arc re |UP>;cd to n.ale Laaijse.:] : 14 h Mardi, i3=. .1ii! oidt rs frii !Prysii-i.-ns/'! tnt. rs aid country jiiepa:'etl lo re:e>Vt. Lollo'i, ;iid oilier |.r. luee ii 1.1 10 r 1,2 Louis, -an never give j am. iiidos! lie a,'enei.t more j n.u.p: ar.d t$5-aciw-..

immediate t.ayment to C. S. S.tiley, T.>q., and iANK inert bant will tl.auLfully ic<- :vcd wi.d lat h- ui.t'.ed ',i- tLis m irk.-t, win -h Le w ill d .si ,se of or. ijo-vel* a.c verv iiii-el.e.cuin'ft-il! Tl.** nn.ty ift 1 h.cir rr.i'di! i-v> and Ce' tar.tv 01 action render

iave cits. :S.JML.: 11. Ul'VAL, OFFLOUIDA. luUy a.tu.i.11. U 1ef.V o lt.nil5Oil, aii.l 11 itir..- Iii.-i.Mrlf. Ih it l.-'ni lonj ..iLt .i t hjy li.u i owL tlc.i.ai., um.ilt.tiiijer m.y cii" tlieiii a safeaiio ti'iciet.t pugative for wrakl indi-

Agent of Cicn.Vil! TK'E is huibv ;:iven to the iub. nbcrs tp V. WAHPEL. neii.aintani-e in the N<>nlii-in and S-uilr.-in nuirkets .1 t:-a tji e :. -.t ;s, h.vvever, om.aLiidei il}, tLa: I \i.lu.iIamd! may be iven a: all t.mcs without may

May 25 42! .1.L the at-H-ktfth:* Bank, thai their tie papers J. 11. RANDOLPH.U. lie si.all beecaMd toiivi.-ialist'aie.ii; to uti. in ..i. 1 r pt t i d. o nev. Lu tId bu j J f thc-e intiifts; toircijuencrs that frequency n.j .-

luvcbc' n ief..ir; d I.jr cxami utinti t'J Cturlo 11nic fetl troi.i.sel.im one at.i timo, thUs at irota the coniiauc.i catuii-el! L'Kie
C. LEVI.S.NOTICE. a> m. y tli'.l.toctl| top. imt ody in ails CDI.I.U.K tj k-Cp the b.,\vc!> j Lng use or

DR. A HI. lL.1IOLI'JI luP ll-f|. Wl.cn r'-j">.tt-J upon; hausla, tu.ily, the salt-of ih ir pro luce, but i.* the invi-.viaii.i ol I I '-pwii : ..lid tveu ivvo uny Le t.tkcn wli.ru tl''*: |<.kieit j {1n.L! -

HAVING lo nedh.mself in Tallahassee; u'- 1i1fl lga.eS and bnd \\ill b s. ni u> li lot any raili/t the |>r'K e.i-s, they may outer /rdirect.JLV1TNIAN : is vciy oa'ive.: (. aeilI in a soLlioii it mi J On the w hlc, I c n>Mer :Lem a valu. Lie: di covery. -

pi ofefsioni I serviceto: 11u- |>ibhf.! CIecI'Iill. JOll.N PAllKllIJLL, Chict.l3 / -'iii:sucri!,. i ii.fo.mshisfii-1, ds ar.dil.eru!>- : F. DAVIS.No. tibe spoonhull i'fv atr, n.ay Le given ti> ati infant r \\-ry lesrectfully.:

He is to be foui..J :it the urHce of Dr. J. H. Randolph : ) Ii It) ji -. th it 1 e lin- ; tirc'sJ .i.e i.tiielock inI 1 CUV, ; ;er sue&.t, in tl.c fo.oAiii4! do- ;3-a teaspoon full every b.U.liJiUl9M.D.(

; on Monroe Strict.Jfay KOTICIJ.ers I trade of Drv.vL ix IK ICHIV ,, tn-l tl!,.: bn-i. e.-s will New \ nrk.ittI ttto hioiits tx.t iti ]> rules ; for a c-.ild irvin t ne to Dr. Jos. P. Peters.

: 2G 42 r iii: bUbCI liavuig lot n.td a cnjarir.cr I herca'r I I.e rf.iumuM in his own name ia ihe s.imet : LI.E.tis.U. i\cyear-> od! t, l.a.'arii; I :I, n 1 from 3 U 10, one pill.

ship,vv ill he'ieafler couduel tLc Di ug busmes- .ino upi -.1 by ll. tO. I lie I rttuin-> bin U.anks Inihe hr. Wil'inms, Sam!. iVeid'. Gu% Hrar., h, Tat- THEPlliENlXMTrEKS.areso callid, U- CHSLOTT 5, X. C. Jan. 1st, IS'7-

.; In Leon Superior Court, ?Iay Term mine name ofSTUWAIIT public I.. r the I liberal c iic.'ara<.:i mint be has rc- la1ntsste. JaLanier.. iSc Co., Uitt.KVJ- 1 1CoUiit. L'iiu.eil.ey p. as.-sathe I'ocrt.t toringtbe 4..tpir. Dc.4RSia : I ha\enaJtf frequent use ef your

; & KAH\AItI>. d 1-1 i iied, i nd Ins .sf.i-nt-s! a continuance ol tie sa.ui.Ue .. .Vonticcllo. \V. J. Uailey, Magnolia.W. nr t mb! rs nt |lea th. t-< :i gIu in v gor i&Tu.tt.out, piLe in tl. i.Ci1.ient si.' -c of IKla us Fever,and ob-
IT' Richard Dawsxin Plan.till" G. Porter, Aj-ala-'l icoLi. Cra ic Dallir., 6iJo [ nii ate Caiistipttions i>t tie UweIs; also in the
)
1'licn shop will! b<: f.iund at the old tiai.d lias on I and and w i I continue to lie-p a jrer.er.ila jj he c iitu.uii, as tne 1'l.u.nix issau tuteizured
luru.eily !
vs. > in 1ccvn.: ; Sir E. U. Perkins the -"> rl.i.ti.t of iin h .fti ils1 a iire nei siry for tie -tpli. o life ftoiti the aI.s! of its twIt dis>ou.ion. The i m.ar.eij.ei.t of the spleen, chronic Diseases of the

:; William Daw son, d endsnt.ON occupied huue.by opposite ni.trit.t town and c< untry trade lie in'. iits til 1 tl.o.sc wl.o I'th3, 134. 2t-yl l'lunx; C.ttcri are entirely Vegetable, composed: !' titer, sck: h a !ache, general dcbilhy; and many

motion of Ins defuiJant, by Jiis iialiu revius to l-jJ cell! riit-s d i other diseases, and ia all cases found th.m to si ivs
nliorm-y. will keep full a.ssortunntsof Mcdicii.-vs ita\eouist accounts | to oui only in certain parts of the Western I
They not si: AAD LOT rou SAM relief.
It is ordered that a i tile be law! upon Thomas and thc (>rd fi..nt ll '% ill vvlucii vvi.l J. D. BOYD, M.D.
se-tte atlic. rs e ci.untr/ L.JU..IIV ii.fa.hlly cure FL'VERS AND
1) Cl.cru'icals I'atenl
iugs. Medicines, Kr., andpledge 1 I I 1:: illicit r&i nt-d .ll oilier 1IOUSCAM) Dr. J. P. ret .
Dawson and Josiah Dawson, Executors and legal theinsclvc.-tell nui'un' but genuine ant- lie punctually a.iende-d to, a.id g.-odi Juinisbed at LOT) siiuate'd in Callfun strict, i>pp >&ilitiic .VtiL t.ii ot all kinds ; vvil'never fa I :o eradicate ers.ShCsL5NBEI&
representatives of the Plaintiff", Ri<-larJ.Oar. the luv\e l marKct >r cc. ..n.iiely! all the ejects ol
> Mercury
cKs. J. KDIN liWA4lT, 31. D. > | dwillii.g of Ii. L!. Kerr Ki Foi tirms, infii.aUly 6oun' r
t son,to appear here at the nexl te-i m of tins Court, .17-if LDVAUD DAitN.iliD.Jr. Tic lii'hoi prices piv. n ior al! kinds ( w.nn'.ry ta the suli ciibcroa tlu .remises.i- apply than ihe must powerful Irepa.ZittioflS of Sarsaj-aril- Co.Va. Feb.7th, 1637.

and shew cause why this suit bhouM mt l-e revived i- pri'' ce. ALiX. FOU.MY DUVAL. [ LEAH LUIYAX. a, and wiU in.n.iiiiiatoly the lUttrminaUoii of Having used Dr. Peters Pills in my | nctke (atihelas

4 and stand in lli ir names. f> IFt I it 3tar111_ BOOI-LIINDEItY. lHha-sre, Apiir.3, tHtS.: May 19 Lie ULOtt> TO TIlE IIE.'ID ; never fail! in lie \ : twelve iaou.th,1 lake pleasure in gitimig>

by satisfactory evidence, thai the taid Executors in> THE Subscribers have opened a bindery in Talhabice 41A >i krts> it.cideut to \.ung }'crra'e,; and will I'' my ;esiiincny cf their go.-d effects cases o: dispepoia --

Dot inhabitants of this 'IVrnto'y, but live in the and arc piepaicd to execute all iirauche.oftbcir .-, FOR SALE. CO.XTItAST. de found a ci-itnin remedy iii all easts of iiervou s ck l.eadacne, bilious Severs, and other diseases -

Sc.ateof8outh Carolina, it is ordered that publication business itt as goodu 1:3 le as can be done 4E'ER.L Light Jersvy Moon's witli harness de 'i'iiy aui w aknessi, t the moM iraj>aircd c&r.ti- .' produced by incapac tithe liver.
A LL nations from the hat had
of this rule be made for four month in a public eb.etli. le. all comp'tteAl two or three horse remotest .tge e ulions. As a n medy f.r chronic and iullainmati Thsy ore a sate and mild aperient-being the-

,Itti newspaper published in ihia District, according l'apenuled foi bills, letters 4c. wagons. ir.M. 11. FMNCIS.Dec. SL Auicric.i.ships, but i.fjie Cidin.btus l the lime only of found the out the *..vailo Illicumatisin/iie cfiiravy cf the Pha-nix Bitters vv ry i.l best aracl of the kind I hae ever used.

LW! to law. Particular art-mi n paid to re-bn.ding old b..t.ksewl.LIcr. 30, 1837. il-If trieatSpar.uhnavigatori be Jemonisirated by theme of one butte.! The \ Ii EO- C. SCOTT,31. D-
e.> weie only enabled! to paddle abou
gt A true copy fro n the minute % ., M ''gazincs, &c. pc usual dose t.fthsv b.ttors iabafa! '
the alittres. Juu *> with inc Lie .Veiliciius. I Iti.s VMUC gl.ta full, The following is fn>;n a highly! respectable plaattT
THOS. 11. DUVAL Clcik.
Tesie. The subscribei* pledge themselves that all orders THOMAS UAI/I'/ELL, in vv..tar < r wine, and this qiwntry be taken of BcrfccCo.
tlioitears tince I first tenlured may Gx.
ill; two
Dated June 7ih I8. 4Jm482OO shall be executed with nearness ni.d despatch. upn at. two or lliree times a day, about h.itfan !
COUNSELLOR ATTORNEY ATLAW, .uukrttviu oceanund I have diacot ti ed the pieiiou: hour bett>re> Peter's Pills,-I have given them a fair trial:
CCSlIJlAN & I1AY\\ ARt>. ineals, or u less qu.u.liiy Uj lake
TALLAIIASSEF, FLOUIDA. ybject 1 was is search HEALTH. Vegetable; may at nil times. j nearly three dt rcu bojcc haviu been u ed on o>>
b Tallabasse. Octol To these t ;
ItEWARD.PROCLAMATION cr 15ib, IW7. 10-if who are atnicled wuh afur1
WILL re ulaily attend lo business in the me'JiciiKS were indeed known, when I rommenctdmy indigestion plantation wiibin the List year, and their aduiiniy

BY NOTICE. of Appeals, und the Superior Courts sea ch. but their u>c was not. Hy the Use uf ineaU, these b.Ucrs will prove invaluable, as they trillion has been attended with more success than

John P. Du Val, Secretary & acting IIIE subscriber has just received from Georgia of Leon, Gidsden, Jackson, and Franklin Counties them, 1 have n jt only passed from the dejected invalid Very greatly them increase erfi.nn the act 011 of the princip.kl viscera any n.edicine 1 have ever used; and I take pleas
} lo their
help
He will be found at his office cm the hundred foot to the hale, an 1 active busii.ess j> functionsand ena ia
a first rate 50 saw gin, and three of 40 saws, hearty man ble the sure recommending them to my friend' sJ
I Governor or Florida. cast steel plate, which he wishes t* sell on uecommodating biieei East ofthe Court House Scjuaie, near to his butroniparattvely speaking, I have renewed my stomach to discharge into the bowels whatever neighbors.-They are ha .dy, safe and eh ".

j WHEREAS, it has been represented to me that terms. JOHN 1SLER, residence, unless absent ois professional business. yiiuli. I can thus, with confidenc-ir. n.y own experience is offensive* Thus indigestion it easily and ai.d need but&trial to be approvj

M ASA SMITH, of Ncwnnnsville, Enst Florida, Eight miles east of Tallahassee. Dec. 30. 1TJ7. -21-if advise with my fcllxw riii/ens. Does speedily len.ov ed,appetite restored,and the mouths JflMy 1. JQs.:

tt c'aarged with the murder of ABNERDUNNEG ANm Nov. 15, 1857. 15 the render want pioof that the VEGETABLE eftlieal'sorlent vessels bctn cleansed, nutrition is I
LESLIE A. THOMPSON.ATTORA'KY facilitated and Prepared by Jos. Priestly Peters M. O, at
aolditr of the U. S'.at94tli alledtd strength uf body and ,
H: Infantry, to LIFE MEDICINES are suitable tolrs own case ? energy o institution
for by
have committed in the and aforesaid TIN WAKE.il COUNSELLOR AT LAW the office( mn J are the happy results. lot further i the cure of otxtiaat* diseases
I town Territory If I l.avc on at my 367 Broadway, hun artcul.Lts '-I of
on the llth May, instant, has made his escape 7 n C subscriber continues to carry on the man- TALULUASSCE, FI.OUDA. dreds of letters, frrnn some ef the mot respectable of\tO'AVS[ LIFE 1'ILLSaisj IJItENIX means Street New vegetable remedies. No. 12J Jjcnt

: JH. uf eiming of Tin Ware, and will at u'.l times rcsutbcd the practice of h'u profession citizens of ihis my native I Itnd, vtlniitarily offered U1r1.EI appiy at. Mr. Moibt's Otlice, No. ;3417 Price York% Each boi ontaics fills,

fov therefore punuance of law, I do here have on hand a general assortment, either at who'c'! HAYING his prompt attention to any btine.s in testimony of ihe \ir.uos of a A GOOD VEGE IJn.a.'way; New York, where the Fills can be fifty cents,
whofcsal*
by offer a reward of Two hundred dollars sac or retail, on as reasonable terms as can be sold entrusted lo his choree, in the Superior CuurUof tie TABLE MEDICINE. obtained for 25 cents, 50 cents, cr $1 per box :; ;tzjTh invaluable Pills sri soli

for the apprehension and delivery of the enid Asa in any Southern market, deliverable at my store iuTallahasseo. Middle Disuiclcf Florida, and in the Court of Appea' Persons whose constitutions have been nearly and the Bitters for S1 I or $- j icr boUle-ICpNu- and retail in TaIUliassee*. (at NeW York prices

South in any jail in the District of East Florida, WM. II. FRANCIt) ruined by the "all infallible" mineral reparations merous cer'ificates ef the wonderful tfluacy of od the Drug an4 A
AlpfABARNARD
and I do hereby enjoin and require all magistrates P. S. Hating now an experienced workman, Office on the south side of Washington Square.Feb. of the day, will bear me witness, that the Lire Me buth may bo there inspected. O A A .,

and peaccoScera to be vigilant in the apprehension all articles will be made to order in the above line, 17. l&B 23 dicines, and such only, arc the true coarse to permanent In some .obstinate and complValed cases ot and AY A DDEL. RANDOLPH V1R1CK.

li of the said offender and all Job work done without delay, either in tbn good health. JOH.VAfOFFAT.GENERAL chronic and inflammaioiy Rheumatism, Liver Also IVI Sale atA Muctieeflo by A..

Asa Smith, sometime* known by the name of tin ware 01 sheet iron business. W. II. F. RICHARD G. WELLFORD. Complaint! *. Fever and Ague Dyspepsia, L'y lit Quincy, by Dr..DAYIDSON.And

' Fulwood, it about five feet seven or eight inches: 6, It)3) & tS-tf ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR ATLAW, REMARKS RELAT1 VETO 31 OF- PiK-s, ii'j.irirs from the use of mercury, ct"mine,, oniimuiiy can Uhad m all the principaltOwui

13 high, light complexion, and well formed. He has TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA FATS LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX and o'her diseases of L standing, ii \\ltty tc in Florida. Georgia, and Alabama. .
1 rUjons in the lower of It is found ICJ: =>& careful, and enquire for PKTBRS VLOL.
part Georgia. sup. LAND FOR SALE. attend business in BITTERS. nec-s: ary lo take both tha Life P 1U and
regularly to lie
po.edhe'iill endcavoi to mike his escape to Tx.as. will sell my tract of Land consisting of 320 WILL I These medicines have long been known and ap- the Phornix Bitters, m the doses bcim-c recommended .tanF1LLs, (

Given under my hand and Heal, this 2.Mb day [ acres, 170 in a high btuteof cultivation, wub of Appeals, and Iii the Superior pecUtcd, for their extraordinary and immediate May 12ih, 1 1333.HAVE 44

cf May, 1838. JOHN P. DU VAL, good gin bouse, and screw, a sufficiency of negro Courts of Leon, jadsJea anti Jeficrsiw Conn- powers restoring pcrftct health, te persons suf 1S. B.-Ihoe Pills and the Bitters will -

Secretr: and Acting Governor of Florida cabins, and provisions enough to supply the plantation tics. Office N. E. Corner of .McCarty and fering under nearly every kind ef disease lo which tneicury out yuLe ysicm infiuiiely faster than the STEWART BARNARD

LOST.ON the firrt year. The land is mtuafcd 4 mils Menroe ate. the human frame is liable.In best preparations of Sarsa Barilla, and are a cer just received from'New York ant Bal

from TullthasKec.on the Micaiukee.road and adjoining April 7 1338 many hundreds of certified instances they lain remedy for the of 4 MED '
Thursday the 10th iusL, between Tallahas- 85-tf rushing blood to the bed, a fresh supply cf DRUGS
Mr. Lorimer and others. Immediate poMtsion have e\en rescued sufferers from the very verge or all violent headaches tic douloureux FANCY ARTICLES Perfumery
I Lake Jackson (>n the road leading &c -All 1C1NES.-A1*> ,
toUtewart' Ferry, a calf akin pocket j book, contaiaia will be ivon. For terms apply to Duval anoHutchins LEON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT. of un untimely of the grave had after all the deceptive nostrums petsons who are predisposed io apoplexy Uy, and Druyjest's Glass "Ware. All of which they
day &e. should
failed
TallahasseoB.. A. CHAPPEL. utterly ; nd to never be without
I { aevrra] notes, one note agn3nst James Richard Hayward, i many the Life PiUs. en the warrant lb be afjood quality.
thousands
Jan. 6, 1838. 22-tf they have permanently secured that uniloi Uitters, for one di'ae in time W (4
wit) life. be fraud
save
fipMt*IbrFilty Dollars date not i ecollected, which vs. > In Chsnccry. health They Amoug their assoi-tmtfit may
ia enjoyment without the ta
notejpad. sO.e note againtl Duval and Hutch- DISSOLUTION. Thomas Jefferson Green, ) is but a initial blessing. which life itself all equalize circulation of the blcxxl. and draw lowing valuable popular medicines*

ins for one hundred dollars, dated Ibo 27th day of appearing to the satisfaction of the Caurl that SogreatifldceJastj pressure from the head, restore perspiration, HOUCK'S PANACEA,

Msxcli,1839, whidb role is also paid., One note O nHE Copartnership heretofore existing under IT the defendant, Thomas Jcffojson Green is efficacy invariably ana infallibly proved, that ii and throw off every impurity by the pores of the SWAIMS do
not ha
,
kin.
,
: aci&s> Joab Willis for Fifteen Dollars, dais not an inhabiiant of ihe United Stales of North Amcrien INDIAN doBeckwiiVs

rca4Ic4oaeagsinir tf.i 11. Courtney for.four dissolred by mutual consent. All j .rwns having hut a citizen of the St.areor Province of Texas were unacquainted with the beautifully phi. Dyspeptic and A iti-fliti USP11 .

4 dollan. Sal in favor of %. EU Berry, drawn by demands r gainst said concern will piasent then to it u ordered by the Court, thai if the said defendant lo.suplucal and principles upon which they are com IMPQflT.TNOT1CE. Pours'Anu-Bibous and DyspepticPilU

WmBios vtachis also pcid, thc amount not recollected .4 LEX. FORHT DUVAL, who is fully authorized Thomas Jeflerson Green does not and pounded It upon which they coMequenlh at Prrensusiug; the Life Medicines, are.advised Gallighan's Fever & Aue Pills,
appear their
lo
,wjta t9 ten dollar,nous, one fire dollar Mitloull debts due by the concern. And all those answer the bill complaint filed by said Richard was manifest nod scnsibKaclion in purifying to take the Pilli at night, in sufficient quantities to Chapman's Dyapeptio Pills! ,

ft.two oee dollar notct, all bills of the Un indebted will nakpaym.Attohjm.. Hay ward, on or before the lliird, day of the rest them the spring and channels cf Ul" and end, operate two or three lime on the bowels' 1 hi the Ikw Lad'S Tonic Wuiuteand.Judkins .A nti-BiUo'Pi1
ing
,4 ioBijtithanumbcrofo1herpipea not now 'i.'A14ticFoaMY DUV L, Novennbcr term of this Conrt, to be held in the indebted renewed tune an'l vigor, that they
.+ recoU.4i' *\ll personi arc forw rnfd frc tra w. i hUTChINS. eiiy ofTallahasscu, in the Tcrrilory of Florida the for their name,which was bestowel upon of the Bitters half aa hour before each meaJ.- Together with a greatyarietjot the most P 4
them
.1 4-4 diatfbf any of siid foLd, aslhfy arc.nearly all 1 Tslhha.we,.April23d, 1838, 38-t fame will be luken as confessed,and the decree,will uals whose at the lives spoiitauMu lMU3 t of acveial individ For those of a delicate! or enfeebled conciliation proved P*un Medicines-,- .

: paidby.lbdrawers. I will FIve a reasou bler entered against him according, to the Elf they had obviously saved. half the quantity may be sufficieui.IrCpTlie Also vWL\B &. BRANDY, of veq .supSr

; ward H* ay person who will deliver the Puckatoroe.or COPARTNERSHIP.t3" said bill of complaint; Ily order of prayer Tbp proprietor rejoices in the oppurtiiBily affor above valuable Medicines Ic quality, selected expressly for the use of the sic*.
the
ded ,
.' to A, F. DuTalTalla- WE bay. thli dsy CPU red Into a Co-psitnerthip.undt'r Thomas Randall. TI1OS. b IBy by the universal diffusion ef the daily nreca.for in his Ciiy.nl the Dro-Store of .Pytoligawm Acid, for etrinj and presecn J
the HJDUVAL '
DatntofCEVrfR CTk
sad KREX, for th* trtaMCtUnof placing his VEGETABLE LIFE .PILU3
TJIOMAS SIM80N Crooery aid Fr. .ion buMnrts. WIIXIAM CENTER. I.. W. D STONE De11. CI'k. the within \Y.4DUEL RANDOLPH LEWIS.. Jfeats. ...
si lu.I, 1838 33 'If JOHN B. KEEN. February 3,1838-2C-Gm I knowledge and reach ofcvery individual in the AUaby SU'AI.W MADDLN,8i.. Marks C ppm and other surgical inatruxnefl'.z.&C.*
community. Unlike the boat of pernicious rju icke Tallahassee 183cL l'2iL 4t
May 19th3 4I-lv'r.. Tallahassee May L83.



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