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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: September 29, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Is published every Saturday. Fin Fan Dollar Dollars afraid rAnnUM. !THE FL.BI..1i'N' shall'otherwise be atiiled,to the same..
within the
paid year-or '
in aaf'Ulce.ADvta'J' Approved July.7th-I833.! .
inserted! It One Dollar per -. -- -il-I' __ __r.J__ ITPTge6t1maii,
square of fifteen lines or less, for the first, insertion \ ,. "RtSE F A' "
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and/fleeala for each subseqUent insertion. -
who has just returned.from the weiiteski11&lby
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Advertisements not "LAISSEZ ESo !'
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inseiiions required will be continued until forbid. -. .4 that-forest/of o k csfeave_bcer) thr
and charged for. .- I I S-- I -- .J rise of the waters' in L tne' Lakes,.. and tha

Letters to the Editor on bestow conaecH-d vu.1tthe tOU mwtB1L Qnm1Lm Q ?1l 1ilwiigssIB g p mm mm a'V WaQ nQe qQ.Q '
; 59106.of the' trees on Cut down
establishment rcus be 1"cU. ,. 4 ,. 4' !belugj.. .. -." _!.,'are_ :
touna j.o DC marked ;wan the growth ol a

= Notice. BV AUTHORITY. the motion or headway of said boat or vessel soldier raised by said act to dollnrstihall ,!'hundred and forty ars;thus proving tint

J F.MAY & DAVID C. WILSON from the are Terri-my I or when the said boat or vessel shall bp be limited and fixed at igt dollars n during that.long period, 'the waters had
absence
attorneys during my LAWS OF THR UNITED STATES PASSED AT THE SEC stopped for the purpose of discharged 01 mouth; one thereof be* retained
committed to dol'l Ih:1 not before been
business so high as ct
tory.and will transact any OND SESSION OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS.PUBLIC. present.-
taken
them. J. B. BULL. in cargo, fuel or passengers he or as provided nid act. The Cataract of ,Niagara has" in '
Tallahassee. July S.I 838 48-tf .- No. 75. they shall open the safety valve so as to Sixth. That no compensation shall be allowed gained

BEATTIE AN ACT to provide for the better security ketp the steam down in said boilers, aa near to officer of the Eegineer 'Department granduer, while any cultivated 'farms

DB.hi* Profei F. S. onal services the cm- ] of the lives of passengers on board oNes as practicable, to what it is when the, said for disbursements of public money-.are not only to be found underwater, and
OFFERS and the mQ .m 1 JJe gm D'JrAUC.'IONEER propelled in whole in by while .: I city J Km which had been sold for thousand-
( adjoiruna country. ads or part boa or vessel is under headway, under the superintending public works.

His office is on Adams Street,corner of Cl jnton,op.poslte ANDCommission steam. penalty of two hundred. dollars for each and Seventh. That the three commissaries of ,of dollars, are.in the same submerged con'
I). Westcotl Jr.
the residence July OfJ.6th 1838. Esq.48-tf Merchant.Q&.ILI2 Bo it enacted by the Senate nnd House of every offence. subsistence authorized by said act shall! nor dition. Dwelling houses.barn's,.&tc. stand

Tallahassee. 3><& iXd! Wednesdays & Saturdays Representatives of the United States of! Sec. 8. And he it further enacted That be separated from the line of the nrmy.. !'io the water and,out of the,water," and

UE Co-partnership Notice.heretofore existing under Notice. America in Congress assembled, Ths.t it : it thnll be the duty of the owner nnd mas- Eighth. That so much of said as allowsone the fences ,which, .have divided estates,pow

T thenan.eofSK'. & MADDEN is this THE subscriber having olitnaied letters of Ad- I shall be the duty .f all owners steamboats terof every steam vessel engaged in the hundred and sixty acres of land to soldiers !- only divide "waters waves." The ri, e

day dissolved by mutual consent. All those having upon the esttte of Henry How or vessels l propelled in whole or in part by traisportation of freight or passengers, at who 'hal; have served ten consecutiveyears has been regularly going on for seven'

cl'iims :.gainst the said firm, will present the ur.I. deceased, all persons indebted to uiici estate I steam on or before the 1st day of October, spa, or on the lakes Champlam.Ontario Erie. be, the same is hereby, repealed. and
same for payment ind all those due the saitJ.firm will please make immediate! payment, and tho*, years, irregularly for seven'more.' It
vill settle their accounts itb P. H. Swaim, who is bavins; claims will present them within the time one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, Huron, Superior, and Michigan, the tonnage is however stated in I the Buffalo Advertiser
duly authorized to settle the same. pi escribed by law. A. M ALEXANDER. 10 make a new enrolment of the same under of hich vessels slnll not exceed two hundred Ninth. That the said act shall be so con-

p. H SWAIM. St. Mars! July 6,1838.-48-tf the existing laws of the United States, and tons, to provide and to carry with the structed at to allow the Paymaster General that within the last two or three mouths .

The business wilt, hereafter LEVI A.be MADDEN conducted, under NOTICE.AIL take out from the collectors or purveyor of said boat or vessel, upon each and every voyage nnd Surgeon General of the army the additional owing probably to .the.great evaportjgu ,

the\, style and name of P H.SWAIM & CO.St. persons indebted to the estate of Daniel the port, as the case may be, where such two long.boats or ynwla each of which rations therein granted to officers of by heat. .the_ .waterhasfalIenafcwirch.g: ... . .,. ,
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xm. G.mtt dec. are required to make immediate fi. ... ,. r 0Lthan t" : :r.! t. .
vended in ihrr
under email tin nnd rt fXvice. ': ,
JfarLs. July 2. lA38 483m rniullfd a ww license Competent to carry H> !laM.t t-- tj- -: -- --
payment to the 'uLsl"rlbf'r.E. I 1 in 1825, and Lake Ontario about Rt<
su'h conditions as are now imposed bylaw, persons; and where the tonnage of said vessel -
Noflcc.IIE LOOCKEKMAN Executor. and shall Approved, Julj 7tb, 1838. I feel higher.-JW 7 York Jour.:Com.
July 10th, 1818- 49-if us be imposed by this act. shall exceed two hundred tons, it shall "
Book of Account of the Subscriber are
rn'a left in the hands of J.V.. Childs at the.. COPARTNERSHIP. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, Thatit be t the duly of the owner and master to pro Another Island :Water Spwrf.-It Will

Planters Hotel. Ail person indebted ihtreon arc I tiJ-WE: have thin day entered into a Co'partnership.tinder I shall not be lawlul for the owner, master, vide and carry as aforesaid, not less than [PUBLIC.No. 79.] be. recollected that fe\y weeks since we
requested to call and settle by note or otherwise, the nameof CENTER and KEEN, fur the tra""clilmof a or captain of any steam boat or vessel 1 pro three longboats or yawls, of the same or .-4N ACT nuthoizing'the printing of the
or their accounts will be left with a Justice of the Grocery and Provision bu ine6.. WILLIAM CENTER. Madison I publlsheded an account ..of.water.pouton
in
pelled whole in steam dimensions arid for failure in papers.
Jan.1.1838 32 tf JOHN U. KEEN. or part by to tmns larger ; every : of the '
collection. GEORGE FISJ/ER.
Peace for one ponds near Hampstead, t .
it tbe Senate and House
port and merchandize these the said and B ; by
June 23, 1838. Notice. any goods wares or paHrulars master owner eract.d. [t The cIa
similar
_
For Sale. IX months after date we will present our ac- passengers, in or upon the bays, lakes rivera shall for ft it and pay three hundred dollars. .f Representatives of the United States ol following description
S
two horse Jersey Wagon, hung on springs counts \oucherstothe) lion. the Judge of or other navigable: waters of the United Sec. 9 And be it further enacted, That it America in Congress assembled That, the I phenomenon is from the Buffalo Commercial -

ONE ,Two one horse Jersey Wagons. the, be County Court from:Gac'gdcn the adimnistiation County, and the apply States, from and alter the said 1st day shall be the duty of the master and owner of Joint Comruil'ce en the Library be utbori : Advertiser. ., .
t discharged on -
) estate
June) 41 WAI. If. FRANCIS. Samm-l Edw dc, deceasid. of October, one thousand eight hundred nnd every steam vessel employed on either of, i zed to cause the Madison papers to be printed 'V WATER-SPOtroV ;interesting; '

AGENCY AT WASHINGTON-- CITY- RACHEL IOW *fllS.1dmr'x. ibiity-eighl', without having first proper offi- the lakes mentioned in the last section, or and published; and that a sum not exceeding and some what mfrequ nt phenomenon

A. DICKENS of the City of Wash IKM. II. HUB .iRD, .WmV. ccl, a license under the existing law, and on the sea, to provide, us a pail of :tin* necessary five thousand dollars be appropriated i was s'ee.n on Canandaigua lake, .on.Saturday -

FRANCIS, ,.iog resigned the appointment held July 19th, l83. Si-Cm without having complied with the conditions furniture a suction-Uose and fire "or that purpose out of any money in the afternoon of last week, .b, i !spectator j

ty him ton several years in the Treasury and War BLANKS. I imposed by (this act; and for each and every engine and ho.se suitable! to be worked on Treasury not otherwise appropriated. who thus describes tne subliniespec'ta-
Department, has undertaken the Agency of Claims General Assortment> ('I' Blanks printed on 7th 183S. .. ,
A violation of this the and the Approved, July ,
section said of fire
hcfor Congress, and other branches of the government good paper, for sale at tills Office. owneror owners boat in case carry same cle : :.

including commissioners under treaties, and Justices Executions Blank Deeds, of said vessel ihall forfeit and pay to the Uni upon each and every voyage, in good order; "At the time,.a sud the various public offices. He will attend to Summons bills of Sale, ted Stales the sum of five hundred dollars and that iron rods or chains shall be emplay PUBlc.-No. 70. 'J
all pre-emption claims-the procuring of patents Subpoena. ,5torney's Declaration's, one half for Ihe use of the informer and for cd and used in the navigation of all stearnbnaU AN ACT to establish additional land offices -North-west swept-across the surface of the
for public l.1ndsclaims lor horses lost in Wai i ants, Rcconizances. which ; .in ihe States of Louisiana arid Arkansas.! lake which till then *had been, calm J and
sum or sums the steam.boat vessel instead of wheel tiller and
the service of the United Stales-properly destroyed tc. &'. &c. &c. or or ropes;
invalid, revolutionary and navy pensions,- CARD. so engaged shall be liable, and may be seized for a failure to do which, they, and each of Be it enacted by the Senate and. House of 1 inr.u ed., While watching the altered appearance
A
claims for revolutionary\ nerviccs whether for com I Have the honor and natis'tici'ion announcing and proceeded against summarily byway them, shall: forfeit arid piy the sum of" three Representatives of the United States of I of the lake, one portion of its

mutation, half pay or bounty land, a* well those I to the fiindsof the Dale Inst.tutc; of Fl -rida, of libel, in any district court of the hundred dollars. American in Congress assembled. Thai s surface i nearly opposite, was tosed by the

against all claims the growing state of out Virginia of contracts as the United with the States government -; that the w oik is progrc sing with e\'erj' hope ol'buceis. United States having jurisdiction of the of- Sec. 10. And be it further en.irted, Thatit for the disposal of that portion of the lands jetton of the Wind into a white spray,whfcb

or damages sustained in con'>cquence of TIle continuance ol our Indian difficulties "ence. shall be the duty of the master nnd owner t belonging to the United States in ,the State f sept moving in a south-easterly direction.
is the it hasnot been
primary reason why brouglto
the action or conduct of the government. And indeed the consideration of Congress this session. That Sec. 3. And be it further enacted. That of every steamboat, running between sunset'of Louis ran a, within the following boundaries A.S it approached the eastern shore a thin

office, any which business before the Cengrest aid of an or the public or at- patriotic and enlightened body will doubtless view il shall be the duty of the district judge of and sunrise, to carry one or more signal to wit: becining at the point on the Sabine vhite column orvapor rose into the air/
require agent
may it inlhe light in which it has been viewed by theteficting he; United Slates, within whose district any lightstbat may be seen brother boats n.iviga river where the bass line thirty-firs/t/ saving to and fro like in
a huge
torney.iIi charges will be moderate, depending upon and feeling ol"the 'nation, as a work oi ports of entry or delivery may be, on the ling the same waters, under the penalty of I degree of north (attitude strikes the same; serpent
immense usefulness{ ,charity and beauty, and altogether t perpendicular position.: Directly above
the anountofthe, claim,and the extent of the ser- worthy the patronuge of a great and I navigable waters, bays, lakes and rivers of two hundred doll irs. thence up tb:' said river to the point where his column
magnanimous '
VICCK.MR.. I the United States further That I the boundary line between (the United States though apparently pnconneced -
nation. AVliitlcxer may be its if cue upon the application of Sec. 11. And be it enacted
DICKONS! is within known the to most last few of those w ho or Im'ebeen who I hope lily lillow citizens; will believe me, wh.oIs. the master or owner of steamboat or vessel the penalties imposed by this act may be Mexico, and the aforesaid State Louisiana with it, was a much larger'column of ,
in Congress years .,), that it is the honor arid happiness of my fellow of shall leave Ihe same thence with the said S pray, performing rapid evolutions in thee !
have occupied any public station at Washington. I and propelled in whole or in pan by steam, sued for and received in the name the ,
cnatuic.s am si-eking the ad\ancenienl
All letters must oe post paid.References. of the best intei tits: of my country. to appoint from time to time one or more United States, in the district or circuit of I bourdary, when the same shall be finally I n air-increasing in dimensions as it
.-Gov. it. K.Cilll, Gov. Wm. P.Du. fixed, to the northern boundary of the dividing r ose-into the clouds to the of be-
I Your Fi-llow Citizen persons skilled and competent to mnke inspection such district or circuit, where the offence height
Jessie II.
John Willis.
val Gen. P. Duval Maj.
April, 1 833.. 3S-1 y'r. J. A. L. I'\UIl IP.N. of fuch bouts and vessels, and of shall have been commited, or forfeiture line between the ranges three and four t ween* 200 and 300 feet and thus assu-

LOOK AT THIS:! July 0th". I&3S. itl-tf| the boilers and machinery employed in the i incouired, or in which the owner or west thence ith said dividing liRe soulh to 1 ling very much the appearance presented

on the ruadlendingfrom Pleasant Grove NOTICE. same, who shall not be interested in the I master of said vessel may reside, one half 1 the base line, or thirty first degree north latitude j)y the volume of smoke which issues from

LOST A Plain Note of Hand, A LI persons indebted td the estate of Dr. J. manufacture of steam engine, steamboat I to the use of the ;informer and the other to I : thence with said line to the beginning t he funnel of a steamboat. This
fivtn byJnncy C. KirkUnd, to the Subscriber or Edwin 1 Slew an!,dec on book account or otherwise said a land office shall be established and kept appear-
boilers or other I thu of the United States or the
Iffarer. for fitLy dollars, dated about the 29th o1" arc requested to call and discharge the same; machinery belonging to use penalty a ince was maintained without much change,
May 18.13,and made payable the first of January nnd all tho'-e having demands! will prts ,nt llieinA steam vessels, whose duly it shall be to may be prosecuted for by indictment in in the town Nalcbitoches, to be known as "or the space perhaps of 10 or 12 minutes
next. All persons are hereby warned irom trading :r seltletnent to the suliscuber.JOSCPll make such inspection when called upon for either of the Maid courts. the office for the northwestern land district : ,

for said A'ote, and J. C. rklaitd from paying it. RICU UDSON Jr.Adm'r. that purpose, and to give to the owner oi Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That in the State of Louisiana. C luring' which the white., spray on the sur-

P. H. MUlll'Hbr. ____July 14th 1838. 49-tf I master of such boat or vessel l duplicate certificates every captain engineer, pilot, or other per- Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, Thata f ac ofihe lake, (forming the base from-
_June 15, 1838._45Notice. NOTICE. I register and receiver of tic shall 'which the column of arose
( of such inspection; such persons sons employed on board of any steam boator pub moneys vapor ,) gradually -
T heietofor the
Co-partncrbhip existing
J5-T1IE Subscriber having erected a STEAM T name ii'STEWART BARNARD, bei..g before entering upon the duties enjoined by vessel propelled in whole or in part by b appointed for said district in the manner t contracted in circumference, and at

MILL at displace, two and a half miles East of dissolved by the death of the senioi partner all this act, shall make and subscribe on oathor steam, by whose misconduct. negligence, or required by law, who shall recidein the town J ast dispared altogether. A few seconds

1 Tallahassee, will be ready at ull timts to supply persons indebted to the firm are requested to make affirmation before said district judge, or inattention to his or their respective duties. Nalchitoches. they shall give bond and after, the two pillars also dispared, gradually
with Lumber and Meal those who; may favor him immediate settlement nnd all having claims will in the and in the
other officers the life lives of security same manner, same
"iih application. JOHN G. GAMBLE. please present the tame. duly authorised to administer or any person or persons onboard ( merging as it appeared, into the :
Nehamathla! June 23, J838._46-tf E. BARNARD, Surviving Partner. oaths, well, l faithfully, and impartially to ex : said vessel: may be destroyed, shall sums, a other and receivers in said I heavy clouds which obscured the sky.
'T.tllalasIce July 14th, 1838._49-tf ecuto and perform the survices herein required be deemed guilty of mms1ughter. and upon States! and their salaries! emolumentsdutiesand An American :
WANTED. in Russia.-Mr. Stephens '
, BLACK BOY as an apprentice to tie Notice, of them. conviction thereof any cuit court authority shal in every respect be the .j
A Shrtmuking business. Apply toFREDERICK D URING the absence ol the subscriber a portion Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That of the United Stated, be sentenced to confinement same in to the lands in the aforesaid in his "Incidents of Travel irr
of the and account.of the late firm Greece Russia and Poland "
notes
FILEa.T.11ahacsM1iInP district now states that .
are given
as
the person nt persons who shall be called at hard labor for a peiiod not moie or granted to
... 1G. 18 \8-tf 45 KEER &SIURGES. are kit the hands of he found in
the
the registers and receivers in the land offices neighborhood of Ode
-' -- than ian
Mr. JAMES K1RKJSEY. All pcisons indebtedwill upon to inspect the hull of any steamboator ten years. sa" .
Brought to jail. please make payment to him. vessel, under the provisions of this net, Sec. 13. And be itf'irtherenacted, Thatin in said State. American who bad been twenty years '_

I On the 3Utli 15'June 16 a dark 8r Mnlattoe who PATRICK KERR. shall, after a thorough examination of th, all suits and actions against proprietor Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, Tha in Russia, and has gone through all the
BOY about or years ago, Tal'ahnssce' July 14th, 19-3w I
I says his name is William and that he same, give to the owner or master aq the of steam boats, for injuries urisin? to personor during the continuance of the act entitled routine officers and honors tip to the

( beongs! James L*wit near Tallahassee Notice. case may be, a certificate, in which shall be property, Horn the bursting of the boilerof "An act to giant pre-emption rights to set- grade of grand counseller of the empire,

'\Tbeownerof coma forward,,prove aid boy property is requested and take to THE Co-partn firm. cf LImWI'r-.hip, 'heretofore Hk TILLING existm/r II under AST stated the age of the said boat or vessel I any steamboat! or the collapsing of a flue, tiers on the public lands," approved June which gives him the title of"his excellency I
when and where originally built and the or other injurious steam, the twenty-second in the year eighteen hundredand "
him away. was disi>olvod by mutual content on the I5t'i of esrape fct. He is a native Philadelphia, first 4
JAMES A. t\EWl\IAN.laillr. JUIe last. All f!rsonsvho have claims against length of time the same has been rUIlI1lI1 of such ur.ling colapsed. or injurious escape thirty eight, the register and receiver of enlisted in our navy, and served as !
Thom iville, Thomas Co. Ga. July 4, 1838. 49 the firm willpre"elltlhem to Mr. Ledwith for settlement And he or they shall also state whether, in of as full prma the aforesaid land distrtctshal attend at least board sailIngmaster .

c- NOTICE..: I ;' and all those indi bted M ill make p3'mc.nt his or thfii opinion the said boat or vessel is facie evidence, sufficent to charge the defendant once in two months necessary at Shreveport on the Wasp; afterwards became -
o him he authorized to settle the dissatisfied and entered the
Months after the date hereof, we..iI1.1Pf.lv aollc. being duly sound in said district for the of Russian .1
SIX I lame MICHAEL LEOWITII.ICPMR. and in all respects seaworthy, and fit or those in his employment, withnegligt'nce purpose receiving
the Honorable Judge of the County Court LEDWITH continues businrssat the to be used for tho Iransportalio i of freight or until he shill; show that no negligence proof and acting on such claims for prepmp"tion navy, and came round to the Black Sea 'i'I
the Estate
of Leon far Letteis dismls" on .
of the County late Chandler A. Pendlelon.ory I old Stand, and daily (xpt-cts a Fall assortment, passengers; fur which eurvicc, so performed has:been committed by him. or those rights, as may be prsented to them under I I as captain of a frigate; was transferred to

P. KERU I which lie will be able to famish his customeis on upon each and every boat or vessel, the in in his employment: said act, and remain at said place as long as the land service and in the campaign of'

R. \. VVtiLLFORD the best terms. M. L. spcctors shall each he paid and allowed by Approved, July 7ih, 1833. may be necessary not exceeding two weeks at 1814, entered Paris with the-allide armyas
Tallahassee 4 J834. 5'2-tf
June 18,1838,.-45-6o's. AdministratorsTO Aug. said master ar owner applying for such inpection a time, and said register and receiver shall colonel of the regiment.- left the -.

PLANTEKS. tho sum of five dollars. PUBLIC.-No.77. give pub'ic notice fur at least two weeks of army with- the rank of a brigadier general

THIRTEEN,Sets arrived Cast from Iron the Segments Baltimore suitable f'un. Sec. 5. And be further enacted That the AN ACT to change the time of holding the the time they will attend at said place. andwas appointed inspector of the port of _

tlyatd, lor sale by BETTON & FtSU ER. person or persons who shall be called uponto United Stains Circuit Court in the district. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That Odessa, an office next in rank to the -*

June 9 44__ inspect the boilers and machinery of any of East Tennessee and the District of the Commissioner of the General Land Office of Cr mea. During the absence governor of

Notice. steamboat_ or vessel I._under the provision of" Maryland. is hereby vested with authority to direct i in Count Woronzow the ..!.
he
JAMES J. BIRGE has placed his accounts in this act. shall, and after a thoroupn examination Be it enacted by the Senate and House what manner and on what conditions the said ,governor, lived
for collection, with orders i in ,the place, and exercised the duties,of
peremptory }
to proceed forthwith to settle ihrin. Persons of the same, make a certificate, in of Representatives of the United States of land office shall be supplied with plates and the office
for
i indebted will please call and make immediate payment whicn ho or they shall state his or their opin America, in Congress s assembled, That the copies of plates and surveys from the offices eight months. ;Jle .married, -r.

: either to Charles S. Sibley, Esq ,or Carriage & Harness Making. ion whether said boilers arc sound and fit for I Circuit Court of the United Slates: for the now established at Monroe, and Opelousag,' rUady of rank:with an,estateand; several.

WM. M.RANDOLPH. iLjj'THE subscriber having engaged the scrviS use, together with the age of the boilers ; District of East 'l'ense-see, shall be held at and the office of the Surveyor General of hundred slaves near/Moscpw, but .resides }
HarnMnkerfrom
Tallahassee.June 201h 1838.2m of skillful Carringe and ,
Notice., th
JAMES W. CALLAWJY i i. my agent to public that all orders for repairs &r, shall be punctually owner or master of such vesselonc which in each and every year and the Circuit Courts Sec. 5. And be it furtlier! enacted,, Tha Odessa. 4 which- contains slit hundred jacresv
i
I all my buviness in Middle Florida. and neatly executed. it shall be the duty of the said master and of the} United Slates for I he District of Mary- all that portion of the present Fayetteville district -. iqcipally laido'own'iffwn.eat.: and. is cultivated {

A.McNElLL.Jnne Saddlery Work Done.E owner to dclver: to the collector or surveyor land shall be held nt Baltimore on the first which lies south of the line between.townships .by'wnile S13'fe'..J*.rhe value, ofthe'faVmis 7
j
-.--------7th--.---,--1838.- 46-tf May 5 1838. U. CLACK.Tallaahsvf. W-tf. of the port whenever he shall apply for Monday of November annually. eleven and twelve north of the principle : estimated t f at'$60,000.,, t Tlienhrhe '. ;

New Goods. a license, or for a renewal of a license the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That base line shall form a separete land district !'of this ind vidu r s' aid io'be. Son'f:t
IC3THE Subscriber has just received per Schooner -I Four Hundred Dollars Reward other he shall cause to be posted up and all recognizances entered into,and all mesne ami .be called the Western land district anthejand < thtfsori of
Tuscawilla tfork assort- PROCLAMATION BY tagAnd he'Js. : a revolutionary i
Jnentof Spring, direct and Summer from New GOODS,,also an a few of the kept in some conspicuous part of said boat', and final process which have been N.-ued, office for said.district shall ba established thldii1 9' **' SS ,* J
K. CALL.Governor Territory
'hoice GlOCERIEY.xpected daily a further RICHARD of Florida. for the information of the public; and for or which shall hereafter be i issued, returnableto at the country seat;oT Johnson ,county! ,S : i" '-' TI'r. t ,

I W}>ply per Schooner Bnnkerhill. Purchasers are It hi>s been represented to me, each and every inspection so made, each of the term hereby eltlblshed.3nd which or such other place as the' President, ol .thr f f} .-One of thej njpst amusing Jn-r '

t t LOw requested call and examine |>r themselves. WHEREAS DUNCAN.confined in th j Jail the said inspectors shall be paid, by the soid hal have the same efrc as though' the United States shall'd signa te. \:. cf4; lents}pribe.I'te wrJip5! ihservetbe., fProVJdence

p for cash or approved ALEX credit.FORJUY.DUV.L.JTMlahnsseo. Jflerson Hines. County in said County charged Jcffer&on with the murder, on the of master or owner applying, the sum of five process had orginally been made returnable Sec. 6. And be; it :'further enacted.jTha: } JoumaJnccU'rNU In f'ranston. 'l

.June ISth. 1838. ______ one nithtof the 15th init, made his escape from said dollars. I to the term hereby t'btished. there shall be'tmpoinJed'bjr ttte P.res.t4ent\by* An:01d'; *oman who hhiiig e r ed.in'h
f' A CARD. jail by burning through the'floor of the apartment Sec. 6. And be it further enacted Thatit I Approved, July 7th, 1839. and with the'adviceand consent! of \tiie Sen"ate T n t*penny* T telling f6Lires and j romi..i

UNFOUNDED reports during the temporary in which he was confined. And that ALEK n shall be the duty of owners and masters of under.ilia existing laws.'a register.and le- srhg1 rich husbawte-afidlknsoriie'wivesuto'; "
subscriber at St. Joseph for a Negro man Slave the property ol William Bur- steamboats, to cause be inspection, provided POBLIC.-No. 78. ceiver.in and for said districttwhosecompel daitrsslsJ '
tlwinquiritig ttnu 'sw'ains 'iiob'd'; P
few said the aforesaid ;
confined jail in county
that be di
weeks was
improperly ingof
past ro ney under the fourth section of this act, to be AN ACT supplementary to nn act entitled sation shall .be the same as provided foe oth
the property Us poseetfion with an intention committed on a charge burning and robbing the ** .. .* ** iri Iher' oor' bzm1 tm :'*fi t l1k'lr'- _
of going to France caused an attachment to be dwelling house of John Slaughter on the frontier in made at least once in crery twelve months; &An act to increase the present militia registers and receivers; .and it shall be the in i ',
curd out against him and the store and effects of Jefferson County aforesaid made his escape at ihe and the examination required by the fifth establishment of the United States and duty of the '.S&tha'I95 t. ifmtiso .) re; ty;. aiOpaed' its'fary; b e" ibdie0jaloft .

the late Isidore Gcrardin deceased of whom be is same time. of law I section, at least once in every six months ; for other purposes,t approved July fifth, 'ns' it'can b'done,'to isthe necessary' i the whirlwind BlnMsf. fred ton;'tfp'byitbeip ;
administrator to be levied upon and closed by legal NOWTHEREFORE, in pursuance roqtsj thte .rotns-'iof'Houses' '' .'
uihoritj. On being informed of the occurrence do hereby offer a reward of Two Hundred Dollars and deliver to the collectors or surveyor of eighteen hundred nnd thirtyeight.Be tract bookiJpJatt'rnaps'imd! suHrtyi df tfw rid'1 '
I k forth with returned to Talllahassoe, satisfied the (or the apprehension and delivery of each c: said the port where his boat or vessel has been it enacted by the Senate and House of the public lands iabald: < district to,beAr d whatever ebe,had fain.in the" path7 .of',lh* -

jJ iu and procured a dismissal of the pr:ceu. offenders to the Marshal of the Middle District of enrpllled or licensed, the certificate of such : Representatives of The. United Slutes'of( 'Laid! :oUM.alLapplicatiorissfedi., tempest; botttruq
The store, ix re-opened, and will continue open as Florida,or in any jail in the and Middle District all afore- inspection, and on a failure thereof, he or : Ameica in Congress assembled1, That the tries in said district hall be fnpde'I,..a greJO; 'ode ouc.tbe 8totni..and. descended unin
heretofore and will be fora ssid.and I do hereby enjoin Tequire magistrates I '
the grateful "
renewal ct the favor undersigned,of nis customers. and-;ace officer to be vigilant in the appre. they shall forfeit the license granted to such act to which this is a supplement ,shall be-. foi prescribed bi t,, at th, lana officeaQw\. jured, ,,The.susnicion, long entertained .

F.GERARD1N hension of the laid ollcnders. boat or vessel and be subject to the same and the same hereby is, explained. limited, ejati.lisYied, tlilIhe first dar oun, .iii.... that, the.old! woman, holds converse with -

Adm'r. of I. Gerardin, deceased. Hugh Duncan U about five feet 10 inches high. penalty ad thoujj be had run said boat or vessel and modified a follows. 'f 'Appr ved,13111y''Ttb'l88S1! 'l 4'" 'J j9t1.r another !orld.bas .t become..
.
Jnne.il, 1838-m3 46 thin and in said shall -L .1 li'J i" .
dark skin, black hair and eyes vissagc, without having obtaining such license to First. Nothing contained aet
. N. Bv--All persons baring claims against the about thirty years old, was originally from the be recovered in like manner. And it shall be so constructed as to allow to any officer c mJPty, : p '. SS _. .
astue ar* requested to present tb. same for settle- of North Carolina. And said Negroman "RUIIJ.UTJO NN 1..JPU.t.IC! '0 ,
f!L.and also thou having claim against the*abcrioerindiyiduaUy lower Slave part is about fire feet two or three inches be the duty of the owners and masters of the addition) ration; for time past; 'commonly "4 i: 1 ,,I"Jng barking two gentlemen thVsJeeping '. .

and nil persons interested in high thick set, quite black of a forbidden .countenance steamboats licensed in pursuance of this act. called back rations. ARSOL1JTIONor the :benefit-" of the Ocyt..apzbEctabJe! So(mto, '1 u

Mid estate are :notified that at the Spring Term, a,down look and when addressed seldom to employ oo board of their respective boats Second; The pbt at which-, chaplains widow of qertair i *..'r/ QIUi OAr,.tjoffiedra bepntdispute. vl !. tqJj ,
: I
S"rf :1eon' Co. the Administrator I .
p00 tY" rt,
looks up. number of and shall allowed'shall be I Irrriited'toMbe; nura: .. ..ptt4! *oIdra.1! 01 fraruK a t. uo\h u. _
!! 11 Ale his fioa) ICCOUMU and make his settlement\ uDder band and seal thll19tb day of a competent experienced 18 .4- i } a0u .\.. ,) \tG were PrqfUft' .J" fn. 1'2- ,.,
aod pray discharge is adnunisuator according to Given my R. K. CALL skilful engineers; and in case of neglect to ben of twenty,'and shall be fitippi d by, solved.byj!jho senate' ,,and.JJrwiftjiqCRepreseritaiives A' I U 1)4r) f 'b'IC h. U est., .etJ "

** F. G. Jnly.,1838. Governor of,Flonda.Kodce. do so the said owners and masters shall be th Secretary at War; and shall.)tie confined, i : off. tke Ubit'ecl '. Alwi0fj ; ; nt the rie'artfe, beClOe.TOUby.:

co3iPotflEEZCEI ., held responsible for all damages to the ,property to places most desti\ute'orn.kuctior." t america i 19'Cosgiess assemble.:, That the theiryiofencey und Began ?

OF tlPlIl1CIi, Q IX weeks after date I shall applyto the Judge or any, pisseoger on, board of any Third That' 'Jo'mub ofaidisc. requires benefits of the third section'of a tract brill tied' jasly.- 'An old_ '.Jating aji
( gentfemln ,
if the County Court of Leon County for let- to act granting half : t V,k 6er no 4jjqU }
I i mWalctnfVti lIftf1, the Samael H. Hod. boat, occasioned by an explosion of the boiler .i.tan quartermasters be.up. an WI y. >ir! ? j '
\ ) directions For Len administration on estate of the arated '.from the shall bfvand the same pban were their htmbandaaniitathehdied'o1wound tIpIppiflbtWifleWhi1tthetalit (Bipa-.
, for tut.- SALE ly deceased DD behalf pC the heirs of said .tat.: or, derangement! engine'or lie lB&y ( "*
son. ,.' received i in, ? talKn g. g* thiao&; tf1 iktg.;
WADDEL, RANDOLPH, & LEWIS JOS..RICHARDSON.l, Jr. machinery' of any boat. is hereby, repealed. thftraititwy ieT-
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Taltakagee, June aOtk. 1838. "f-t! 4, 1139.c T .& .6. Sec. 7, And be.It further ,enacted,. That Fourth. That,the inamb r of lieutenants rice of.tW Unttta'Statwia/csrtkiri'ca'je ftndjor f aad'eitWiiea Hold your tongue_ yi i

:. ; .: 'Ftottce' 2 JlWOTICE, whenever the master of any boat or vessel).i authorized,by said,act lo ksUedaodtra.fccrtG .- other.porpoMt, abtp4 the'f r1'h brute !''You Jajowt otfmort aBoot it'thari!'
.
: '..I.\m. having my Pisa:.1aie. fMr- mrfR'Y' ,M. lULE !ii.mi avithoHwd.agent or the peison.or persons charged;with' navigating i.' the Ordnance*' Dpitmant:'shall flay.of July, ighwn.hundred and Ibirfyiiichall ;.I tMiv feefc Wwbrawlers J N

4.W contra frrorbrleannr. .it at mr.l duninf wj .bscp.ce'- fr m'ths T.rrlLo1 said boat or vessel, wbkb is propel! .,liratfed tatweUe.1 H* tfijl *P ai_ i not be bold from any w dow whoW ties'. w! i I1.6ined! 1Jpon th r J

'I"AI. .,4. 181&Y. 1l.1. J.I '- Il'Ln..4 .- '}9'uS I:.: c p, ; KENNEDY E.OUSEeSept. etc ed in whole or in part by steam*shaft stop the Fifth*That thimoctbly pay- a private band has died lioce the passage of the laid I 6iq


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1:I -.-'- .. J l .Jl -4 I VVasKtagton' Correspondence: ; ,' yet we bare "Let da see. The Florida War has cost the second, one-third in the third fall and in the winter fell., as biennially the people, co4mciUf-r afleatiqnfq i m.puouo.ousiaeaar hcjpfOper. .Qc.') .
and the last one
THE FIARIpiAN not hereJdfofeTound any great inducementto $i5jOOOOpO. Thia sum the Rag Barons, of 1833 ; were not these I conlider JODn return thrroor
of 1834. Why
the and winter
have received ia separate and our o that the
distorting :
as agent, _
.
the Indians,
mingle editorially'in the ,personal mehe, removed T one hilf of prop r5
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA government currency gold and silver, or its Indians of gov the, true 80 authority,and ofriAahould
: made
no
dcmomiQ ted Territorial Politics." We I equivalent: they have paid out in their o-wn had in the summer of'33 and 3-1.be removed as much at have the selection of iheir O" ':IK*

Saturday !LornJugSpt.: : 9,..1838 iavo given the reasons for our abstinence rags and shin plasters which are worth crop because they expected to partizan or CMS. And consistent with@ this B
I propj
: 1 1- fully heretofore( and our increased patronage twenty-five per cent, less than gold and silver in the fall ; I know this to be the case. be elec i. the maxim i that the !three department,:'
ding
On Sunday evenipg mst;, an attack was- satisfies us our course is approved. A* to : now the fourth $15,000,000 is $3- Had the Indians been removed aCCIH would .term,, )life- government'the'legishiiive, executive; r

made on'the dwelling of 51 r. Hill in Jefferson ttevff we do notj-rre confess, follow the ex I II1mple 000,000- a very pretty sum for_ the Bag to the "-tre lty of Panes have Landing"had population wo fur of a good j udiciary, should be kept separate and 'j n
Barons to clear in thy simple operation of not before this time be good, let 'me/. fLOSS
county by a patty of six or eight In ..r our brother in scraping together beyond 47,700. I I

dians. The pickets with which the dwelling evejy loo e, rumor oflocal gossip every idle cx cb a age." for Was ever war conducted as the present: OF THE SHIP

was jiurrounJed were forced: open in report of political scandal, and thru.stin! it The facts in icgard to the' advances Semiaole war. When the Roman Cmjiire Department. ship' Georgia, ,of GEORGI.The

two places. Mr. and Mrs. Hill were rc1l1rn.. Government by the Union Bank aro imply commenced its decline their wars were con- many preju- Lincoln master sailed from ew York *
before our readers in the shape of editorial. the the Judges a : ;
these. In several instances owing to much in the same manner nod during [
from at the limo they were firedon ducted the 24th int., with a of NOl
ing suppor Such count h calculated to do barm. It is in Ihe we think they cargo sal for
of by Congress, or its declinations, there were same
delay appropriations York. Capt L- havi
that Mrs. K. coasiderably of natural reports e
so near was discreditable Were malicious as be
wo as countermands
the transmission of funds to Quarter Masters waverings, supercedures : re- fine weather,and light pri
burned by the powder but riot otherwise in* charged-had we a disposition to biLe as al and those officers have call &c. Lived there a Roman among us, I will be mOle of the 3d inst.; at 2 winduoti, tl i ; ; S
Paymasters when he same
jured. The fire was returned by Mr. H. and the signs of the times his language nft, d '
without the cunning imputed knowinp
edged, even been unable to aubsistance. and pay office, than if lar.3041, lon.76 18, took a In 5
I
when the Indians retired without do'iu further procure would be "0 Temporal! 0 Mores he'
g to us-1 and if as imbecile as stated by the and militia and indeed of sacri which terminated in a severe
fer the volunteers
mischief. On Monday morning Capt.' When we look at the manner in which the aleak about 5 o'clockfound '
adoption of such eoullt, we miffhjflnd ampIe at ; the lup'tadis'if
has in such integrity,
other The Bank :ases and
troops. has been conducted the Department
Ncvvsom with a detachment of his men took mattrielin the varied concurre and accum by judge on the 7 feet water in the hold, the salt h the lover
uniformly advanced the necessary linds her is it reasonable or unreasonable
agents adrift the
deck all
the trail but were unable to overtake any In- afloat of the must often feel ship rolling
urated stories profligate coursesof thit s
to entertain the idea : the bad
which have amounted in the aggregate just or unjust to they were obliged to leave her 'a a
dians. Mr. Hill resides in the neighborhoodol of the decision in wit 1
assailant for the have
gratification War and her
our Department of agents
million dollars to couM
nearly half of lookitg law and visions they get at 7 !
Col. Gamble and Capt. Bird. animosit But have no I been under Northern influence an influencethe jus o'cockth
most rancorous we ; down.
On
) the U. S. for re-payment. Il has beer part his interest went the 8th, \ buteti lblthe !
disposition to injure, as he has attempted.The most malign ; and the great object "pre for four days
sea was
Capt. Tarleton of the Schooner Mary Au ly re-paid in various funds from time It time, vent Florida from reaching maturity" has often find i it up
Editor insinuates we have a "greenroom" I brig Oglethorpe Capt. Symonds
arrived at St. Marks on the 25th from by drafts on the land office here, and other been kept distinctly in vewvand: so far ef the particular Savannah. from Bj .
gusta
for
writer. Such if true is of r more
a charge, his
Baltimore, reports encountering a severe gale recipients of public monies at the sotth, and fected. Look to it Look to it Floridianl own
little end the we: individuals
but only repy
importance
the 8th, suffered much damage-stove in sometimes by checks on such onkes at the COLUMBUS, SEPT. T..-
On shall make: to it, is to advise the editor( 01 r If these be it is time high time whatever law MW1
things so ,
.,1lItu.1IL.started deck load, and lost part north, or pn northern banks ; but n large Catastrophe.-On Friday evening last
.
.
... electioneering whj1 11
:
overboard. un the lOtn, on me uanama r.:-l ll.xlaA < n- ilila" mnmt"* ra to be up and doing. Floridians, you
amount or these advances ore jet in arrear. in their fa the public hands was engaged at work
Banks, was bcmrded'by a Providence wrecker spcctable gentleman his "green room" Men The trouble procuring re-paymem not what a train of circumstances may election the lower sewer near the Old JMaittt i I

wrecks the tor; and if his columns should contain less expences prepared for your prejudices-yea, for the banks caved i in and buried HUI
who reported a great many on incured.and interest on monies advanced office, courting ; six of their
political scandal', less gossip fewer ruin Ii The signs of the times" are alarming. three white
number and
petty ,
men
and Islands the Gale of the 8th. three
Keys in has all of himsel Mtsorf
nearly equalled
profit premium on .
The North is powerful Her
silly attempts at wit, and ridiculous! efforts, ; Every effort was made to rescue the'
The Schr. Alias, bound to Havana, is ashoreon that portion re-paid in northern funds, and may be deep laid. I believe they are. It -wha from their nnfortu
to exhibit wisdom and talent there will be nate creatures untimely fitbut
the weak
;
Gun Key. Ship Kentucky; from New therefore the operation has been of but little good policy to be on our guard. Our inde to state that three only Ie
York for New Orleans lost the north Baharoa. at least more decency, more good sense and i is with & strong-for regret wee -sYe.
on : pecuniary profit to the Banks. Such was pendance important ; our identity S One white laborer and too
better taste than at ; and he might in confederation and in In the eager black wer no di
present
A number of other vessels, namesunknown not the motive which induced the advances. our individuality covered until the spark of was
some measure, retrieve bu now unenviablt Union, are important, all important to judge per txtilJ
lost, and others dismasted. The Soulless as it is denounced to be, the influences rights of the: ed. How true, that "in the midst !
Brhish Frigate Thunderer dismasted. The. reputation in regard to veracity, probity andairne.s. rights and privileges a* citizens, and to who are in death."
of had Ibeir effects are
patriotism not rights and privileges of the South. .
_ Schr. Ella Hand put into Nassau in distress. : ( in this but i id loans volunteers it is not the --
t only measure, to And one great and important step : GREAT PEDESTRIAN
I- Caph! Tarlton .took on board five men wrecked 0'r for the of horses securing this is! the immediate extinction this continual LRCU-1 Tit
r We copy from the Apalachicola Gazette I purchase arms, &c. itself is do day afternoon, Molloy, the pedestrian, '
n the Sthr. Vindicator. There has been and in the liberal several the Indians. by traeslation to the west, or by accomplished
a well written editorial article upon the sub S subscription of the i is the arduous undertaking of walking
judge
great destruction among the shipping-sever ject of the Convention. The editor of that: thousand dollars for the payment of the vol. the sward We say. a< we have said resorted to 1,250 miles in six weeks, performing
al due at St. Marks, it is feared be lost. two years, Floridians YOU ti,WE TO DO p distance of mile and
may the
print is a candidate fur the Convention, and,I unteer troop of horse raised in 1336 for the YOURSELVES. If you wait until the UnitedSlates' himself. The one a quarter fo e

a Tbo c'crta'm print in West Florida, to we learn will most likely be elected without opposition protection of our local frontier. Will the do it, it will never be done. from the ery This successive feat of pedestrianism hour on Broomly exceeds common.

which we have twice before alluded a* pursuing and the views he has advanced it is; Gazette correct the injustice done this in- Indians are increasing faster by natural process with study the of party Captain Berkely considerab ly. The,bat rej of,
bright
a reprehensible course towards this expected will probably be proposed in that stitution.In than the U. S. arms arc destroyingthem. their I trictkns were, that Molloy should not pr ,

Section of Florida, and sortie of the Candidates body. We must express our dissent from mingle lustrc'on I take of any beverage during the performance

in this district continues to exhibit in :thosfl respecting the Judiciary. In our bumble ancient times the laws of "arms did not The plan the most favorable for terminal muster groum]I of the match stronger than tea and coffer

3 the last number received by us, its bad temper opinion he bas mixed an objectionab'e recognise the cry of "Quarters. The unfor- ing the present Indian war in our Territory do this, or he: which he strictly dhered to. Hi legs andI
lunate in war were at the mercy of the con- I suggested to some of the members of ankles were much swollen, and
and feelings. Our reproving hint, mild excess democracy with an equally objectionable But Legislative Council last winter which wa the bias in I appeared
querer. in modern days he who strikes ; to suffer much from fatigue. X of
c end gentle as itVas., it seems was received extreme of antagonist principles, and a fallen foe( is deemed a recreant to the true published in the papers of this city. That I l short terms foun of f:rl heavy bets were pending the reulr.umr betting

ts in an ill humour by its editor, instead of influencing such: as cannot well be mingled together.We principles of chivalry. Now a days, in all or similar, will have to be adopted must always, I being in favor of time.

him it would bet believe in the cardinal WE MUST END THE WAR OR TilE
as we hoped to a religiously republican civilized ---
I countries, it is esteemed brutal to the sooner we
; d ter and wiicr course Wincing and smarting doctrine, that the people are capable of beat WILL END us this Late from Florida.-The schr. P1t6
a prostrate advers iry. How our friendof Think for Floridians of expec.
1 under our slight admonitory jfrip, be now self government. Tho unerring justice o4 the a moment, in those states & Jlargare. Cap"SMITH, arrived yesterday
Apalachicola Gayfctte, whom we have circumstances: in which the red outlaws :
includes his when formed elections has. flm St. Augustine, bringing informatol
tu among objects of attack, public opinion with proper hitherto
believed forests
was chivalrous and humane, our ore placed. that a Indians the .
Ho affects not to feel the application of out light and deliberation have knownto do have bad party on
we never could have They can for.n an alliance with a physical
so cruelly outraged the existing::S 7th inst., paid a visit in the vicinity of .that
ht remarks to his own conduct, and seeks to fail. It is not necessary, however, that the rules of warfare we have referred to, as he power in our land which guided by the "malign nothing pain by the place and took possession of a drove of be.

th cast them upon ono or the other of the "Ga verdict should be expressed in primary as has done in the following article, we cannot influence" of the North, will be subver- is not by more.any twen 50 and 75 horses, with which they were

zctte," of West Florida; but his excitement sembly. The tnedia through which, and the sive of our propertips and lives. bad in making to the interior, but having been overtaken
conjecture. We trust this gentle rebuke will judges
Mr. Editor have much that I could
shows he fell the smart of our whip although manner in which the sovereign will of the say; ten- by Lieut. MAT, who was <>u the march
not pass unheeded. If we should see him I have; not time, and want room. I
you I from St. Augustine to Fott King, the Indians
<4 ever so gently applied. We touched people shall be declared especially in rtfer- inducement
again guilty of such a flagrant breach of humanity The subject of a system of general Education abandoned their and took themselves
.1p I "a bit of the ra v." nnce to their choice of Judicial officers, arc is of vital importance to the Ter fearlessly and booty,
we shall try to be more severe. one to the woods.: -
61. In preparing for the assault upon Ul, the questions involving important considerations, rirory ; it ia one in which I feel a deep in the. poor There and is

4 editor first made a concoction in which to dip not merely of convenience and of political Rapid Advance in the Value of property at terost ; [\ \\a important to our republic. A them to Later Still.-By the schr. Oscar, Capf.SOCTHWICK. .

his of rile policy but which due for the main- SV. Joseph. citizen is not prepared to discharge duties t'7' pursu
ti: pen composed .every ingredient a regard familiar with arrived this: morning we hate
he could gather. Chagrin, anger, mortified tainance of the very principles referred to require A few days since the Saints had a sale of S without knowing what: they are, and that it is deeply at I received the St. jiuguitine Herald contain
to his them. A due
vanity, wounded pride,consciousness of do should be calmly and maturely weigh. Lots forfeited for the non-payment of the third degree advantage of intelligence to disrhirge alone him justice. But I jin:; the following account in detail of th
instalment. They were mostly lots which prepares of Indian! mentioned
: ing wrong, and of degradation t combined ed. An election by the Legislature is an had IWn bii off at the first sale (by the Columbus for this. A citizen is nut prep,ired to enjoy I human institu above daring:-attempt the

in the admixture and as might be supposed election by the people. In suth election the speculators. And the way they advanced his privileges HS a free man, and defend them people occasion would The lndia-On Tuesday night last,

the effect was an effusion of as bitter members act but as servants of the people. in price teas a cautions One lot oven to the death," until he knows wfc itS I for about passing to
provision
- coarse and vulgar reviling, as the oinat promising It is not i impugning the cardinal doctrine of. which was originally bid off for upwards of they are, what is their worth and thuir extent his 1 ocock.at .Leut.lay. heard the driving

tyro in Billingsgate could display, republican govefnnient we have adverted to, $2,000, and on which two instalments had ; and to know these, he must be measurably judges : of bores.He fnibif on, and bad just

when writhing under tho pain of the passengers to maintain that the .people assembled in the been paid, was re-sold for $.iOO, less than the Mirk intelligent.the of tho immortal Wash also, perhaps, crossed lost bridge when he heard tbe
third saying
instalment exclusivo of interest Another
it uoise of a horse close! following and reiningup
kick in chastisement for Legislator, will be more to makea we hope
impertinence. competent which inglon, in his farewell address tit the people
originally cost $IOOO. re sold We believe it passed a little ahead. To the hail,
We are pained that our endeavour to reform judicious choic", inasmuch as they will have for 20IJ The other lots went off in the of his love. I' doctrine and "who are you-apeak or I'l fire !" receivedno

.' the course of our brother, wus'mjj more be bettor means of acquiring more correct inferma&n same proportion.rfhe assignees of the Resist with care the spirit of innovation I that the peo answer at the distance ofthree pace he

J neficially 6ucc srl.l. We regtet sineeroly as to the qualifications of candidates company still hold the notes of the purchasers upnn tho principles of your government 'I and deliberately discharged a pistol at a per

.. ,! regret, oar failure, not only :'on his accouM, for Jidicial stations than tho people at large, for the 4th instalment} which will shortly fall however specious the pretexi" A nil "In of wb. was leaning forward in the act of slipping

(for the Marshal of the Apalachic'oU Dip in their primary elections., It will he their due 1- and if the Columbus spectators do not proportion as the structure of a government thei an from the horse. This occured within
feel wonderfully tickled when called for give force to public opinion. it is:: necessaryth.it :
f fault ainji if select on be thirty of the fort'so near that the words
I trict has some few qualkles of the better own folly tUey legislative their payment wedo not fullyappr"ciato tho ; thit opini m be enlightened.: always a yards
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dearest heard within. The sentmal immediately -
in were
sort, although nt present obscured by flagrant agents vho are either weak or corrupt. We extent of their ,plu'Iosonhvr. 1 hive: imperfectly redeemed my promise. hailed and ordered the Lieut.to .

vices of habit pud i-npulsoj but likewise have witne3c4 the effects of elections of and wiahing our beloved Territory' to be to m, i stand to ,his was. Tbe by horse

I on account of his connections and Judges ia the States by the Legislature, and We are authorized and requested to state always:: right ;" and her Printers succesi.and
our experience has not tKe that Col. Honry Washington declines beinga their Devils, industry virtue, and intel- property mot
friends. We had some feeling iniJl1 votof justified anticipa importance, for a bridle, and a blanket on his back.
.. the young village with which be harVidemi; lion of the evils deprecated by the Ga e.tte. : candidate for the Convention to form a ligence. I remain yours, and R.theirs B. KER., : : will The pUtol had been loaded wit th

If feared there be constitutional : State CCm: thulion. influences buck shot and ball the
tied himself: and which wo would': tjill iu may regulations lo a ; balw8

dulge a hope may yet become, a flourishingtown. to present these eviU, and they can be I NEAR TALLAHASSEE, 25lh Kept. 1838. From the Apalachicola! Gjzette: in the more have struck the horse high shouMei
bebnd the neck the shot
We felt on account of the press of found. On tho other hand we believe the. s.' S. Sibley, Editor of the Floridian. THE CO STI'fUTION--The attention individual joxt ; are supposed
,: I between to have taken effect the rider .from his
Florida, of which we are both members; but Deflect of similar systems, to that proposed in' SIR, My name has been announ el in your of the people has already been called .in position at the moment upon being fired, ip a.

more on account of the community at large the Gazette, has, in 3/isMssippi and elsewhere! paper by some of my friends as a candidate several parts of the Territory, to some of the reputation upon ques Bv judges of the different Indian's chraclef,

:t upon whom wicked and viciou examples been any thing but salutary. The frequent for the Convention. My private businesswill leading features of the constitution for a state. life or death! Wild Cat is believed to be thii bold fellow,
not permit me, if elected, to that government; and we are of opinion that ifthey
recurrence of mobs riots &c. in subversionof gite whose to have'been
hava such pernicious influence. whole peo. object seems to approach
attention which I consider the of can unite in the principal provisions: the
all order and law, would justify the importance to the whole without noise strike the passenger 'wilV a
The tnisailes thrown at us fall abort. In- pre- tho subject requires. You will therefore convention will find less difficulty in filling up
sumption that ihe people decided all causes in us compare bludgeon, and take his scalp, without alarming
cased as we are in the armour of rectitude please withdraw my name from the list. the details. A free interchange of opinionis

and truth, had they/eacbed us, they would their primary assemblies, and had no magis I am, respectfully, your most obt. in every point of view desirable and the been Governor.adopt. i noise the necessarily garrison; and made bad in it not been the bridge for the,

have recoiled upon the auaitaint or fulUn trat ,ut Judge Lynch. We are in favor of BEN. CHAIRES.For throw out a few suggestions of our own, the have passing The
his succeeded.
re- object likely lo
harmless at our feet. We do not feel the an election of Judges by the people through the.Floridian. the for tho purpose eliciting of bringing remark forward, than with ) the in- paleface is i ello'"t ,to .have acted with s
presumption plan
of malevolent the Legislature. We cannot conceive bow any
trutb of the charge holding No. Ill. superior exce'lence. ll may boldness and eq alto the impudent

feelings towards any human being in Ftoivda the Gazette,.holding the opinion that the peo The termination of the present Seminole We would propose that the popular branch in selec- courage of tbe redskin.In '

; ; nor have we'felt any symptoms of rabidity at large should elect the Judgec, can consist War is a matter of vital importance' -not on- of the Legislative absembly be elected annually bench. that tbe moraine, Copl Mickler, with .(the

: lately,except about the hours of breakfast cathy advotate the jfe tenure-how so much ly to Florida, but to the whole of the South. from the several counties of tho State, in whom he M to volunteers, and Li ut May, with some regulars

dinner, or nupper. We declare to our pure, unalloyed, rank democracy, can be Let u<* look at the state of thing*-" The ratio of their population. : this light in- followed'then t, 'the 'south. Capt.
signs c,( the times." This will do in The Senate elected by de- M. in taking a course 'to surround or cut
.. r brother we have no disposition lo bite1' made congenial with a principle so abhorrentto we as to be tri ennially from 1
wish 'them <*T, (ell i into the :regular trail ahead,
brief : or a
and delicate
a manner as possible 'as Districts laid off with a view to equalize the
him or any one else. We know net that the genius, so ebnoxious to the policy of of fci
as the nature of the case wtlUadmit of for of the several districts without friend. and with a few ofihemoet advanced 1
have Florida but if we hue ; population ,
we an enemy ; free institutions We should as soon have
discovered tbe Indians in a spur
it involves a delicate principle. regard to the extent territory. The districts may expect company,
: we challengehim'' to stand forth, and we expected the Gazette to have for a Go, miles from th 8
gone In not the politics of the Northern States to be so arranged as after the first election bench filled Cyrea Swamp near thirty
will try to conciliate Ai.. In this, lies a.U vernor and all of the officers to be chosen for men generally opposed to what Southern to renew one third of the Senate an instead of :h!1 .bad. .disposed of tbem.el e*

-". our imputed l.' cunni g." :W will, like the l life. Our objections this tenure are mal politicians consider the interest of the South! nually. the plan of with n large pond' in front, with' a ca.and

Farmer in the Fable, ,' ordinarily ,try what fold The principle of rotation ia office, ;infcct Tbe moment that the Territory of Florida We think that a Senate arranged on this l officers to extensive swttrm" beKnd. The pr

: virtue there if i in iufls: of, grass and good every principle which distinguishes, in assumes ber station as a free and independent plan, will give a character: consistency and the saw each other al c&arly the.3a#'ui $:

If Lbeieail State in the confederacy, will not Southern stability to the legislation of the State which govern-I.the Indians, VnO i numb
- : word first ; and ,; ,* wer rosjr use our humble view, free Governments from arts ; -wer'aep'te"8
? tonutlaut interest and Southern influence be in- it appears to us, they often lack in the States as seven .o; eight; il ri&
. atones and we even resort toeracui at with this tenure. We
: ;- way are war

creased. Will in war.wb
there not then be thrown into where tho whole legislative department is T.hf. ;he .irgi1ioa th.i P
:J to the stones first and die good word after have not even inclination, to regard it asa the g.eat political scale one-tenth more annually. In the continual struggle renewed ''pol ara I I ed i into'the pamTettw.:; Captain! restrained

:-:: wards. We make.po professions of friendship question for argument, at this time of day, of weight, to preponderate in favor of the between parties, the influence which ascendantto ch a his men froo.fotfowina and filing. aa the

;:.;.:I that we do not feel I. ,to acquire:coofidence. in this country. We
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:: ,:':, We make DO pr teiuieni to attach puintment of Judges during good behaviour.We this And the triumph defeat parties often pro- force, with were making resdr to give battle But a
to be Do you, Mr. Editor, suppose that the duces a complete revolution in the was'seen of them, and pursuit in the
i.:: ; ; menu that are hollow-no pledges violated regard the remedy held'out by impeachment counsels people them more .
mind of an Adams (the first that fell in which the'1'we would' ,bate us
: mon ) of State. There
policy a are against the ,. country
-or engagements to,bra* broken, Our! or removal by the Legislature! as but many great arises two
baa this few ,
not distinctly in view t left
". ;: ... 1,cunning" U plain straight' "rorfardncII* ',of little' value.. .. I An: election for a term of Is it not then the policy of Northern politicians moral works reform of public, which improvement require ,several many plans ol rrej to udices skins less. Thy honey, an beb oreL The horses

: without guile or deceitto', any.':;' We place five, eight, or perhaps ,ten years, we tblDkllPucb (full of Abolition to overflowing and mature and put in succesful operation.years The additional prepon I it appears, they had deliberately} driven

:. confidence in but few professecT 'politicUni': better tjinpatby for the Indians) to keep us from party in power one year, may commence t overlooked. up, penned aad taken from the Jong's,Lao
and
We are always distrustful .where we bavetpea becomjng a stale 1 work with the most praise worthy tcai ,disposition ding only about a mile from ibis city,

once de eived. 'Our cob,..' is, fair, I Our attention,ha* been called to the following -Mrj/Editor, now for deljcate\ question. under the happiest auspices. B'ur the,' to vi were driving sooth, '6, gA.Fort,''when th

and independent' wVcpmtneodo paragraph in the fpabcbleola Gazette, (I: love my country, and particularly( the elections give preponderance to the. strongly fountaia of, affair occuredv thLiMay.: '

upright, t 1 ; aad WIl fctve! been :requested, 'to. add the sub. (and of my,adoption-I have shared in her party: and they, to manifest, their antagonist to 'the ,TWm isb l' t 1\or1 of ,a"da, U,
brother;to such Hoe of'condutt, as leg of t the.daring'
sufleringa and it U known
joined note to it. We do so most cheerful: ; wherever I am ,of principle and of may giVe an'.iea
con rs'eney, must undo : judges, Foad'
cuhted to bettcrhTs, ttp'-uUtioa'' f or; 'c.ijdDr, known, that I have been Wong e ,jfU.s
thtfartmost le
we Eavp knowledge\ of some thing their predecessors have done .officer*,, nc'Qftb'
ty; a* perspoal belt goodor
S nd't troth, well' bis friends to seek and her JQJPCUCJ
hone meet enemleif js
tf at among' ) I* not one of i bad. In the .
/ '' f '"- "5 I ott1q.foctf staled,in the correction.of the atS the best mean to us from this way the legislation of. l : th i baU-JI! mmnQst .
a''opMneDij.. : t % I prevent becoming country becomes unsettled ', met and dIetM'pUrSWt.Thri
it t ; f..ws' are
Hifctriticisms upon Ow.i1an; }D.W1CJi} i i I" (j .)g eLte., a State, to prevent us having that population and unmade' with a rapidity which mocks :go l jha ground ( \ 'aW'I Awrl
{,', ;ba..llDOUD1.. have Managers: : of icb.whtn we have, there will bane diffi- : .
W'docric'd discretion. 'Dd bended '.b.
it as. barren pf.n p'U 'i It Is desirable! that' in the 'iJd ha )1( *
organ'nation 11wI1 !
'* fliterature : thousand miles from ct4tin 1 the of ;
"ft* J f f etjIp MgiiH, not a way out adminioD unto the of the : i lea cWto'tii ,ll.t.
J ) Senate, a check should be *}
is, we 'Ireeiy.a )JlPH"1 I"
\ 'e presented
S :T ..,realised out ,of tbo.. Indirni'iarbyhsvztgbwn ctafederacy. a il4ybdbuV4Jpoa tI1 ,b

sofce'/ouudatioD., la ntunfycbgerfyDy. J'F} .J f't."J' : mndVlHo: Agents oft Mr. JEdiior, maityou Dent: .'; .i :atno. time to sudden,beyond change the Influence' And while oV ) H min-aniih, 'wiUJnLlost.. av_ (&dli.W "0a. ".! :;

.jrieM tfa.I,]* p4w r.!.0',.j rth JJK .i .1g"'f"fDUt.j!; distHrtioi. the ",largo Did.Dot tht.haatyot'Piies Landing .re- opinion, k should be so far &\r pop' aggrandize P. S.. OD; '
n.J
rem I
e.tcra
"J"U.i" IJC .4uwnby lb the quire the U, iStalas 'as at1'Qtvr11t6n.
w9poJpT4$1pp; 11 I : speculators,' cdnlraoafcAfp. ;& to remova1 a.-tbird1or to t t

"" 'i "" sh'i u1blQtbdLddOie,ii bsjsj toJ I... >>. on!''*A Knr\\. j S. 5', ,:, tba: Indians Litho ftj .l\d"W 1 of .1832'1 of public sympathise pawo too.' intensely' ';,1.with. ,',, every iL'i, nHii { | t t "\\d t-l, ''Th J. .'f'. ,, a'L Ih" '. ,.i .t s C." :J,6tf

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Skrevctiust-Comltig it over tie weilmarked j/ellmc fever, yesterday. We 1 l5 are iltb med aiwf requested to announce J . .. .
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M BBBmnnnKi J ., ,
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I >Tf Major John L. Taylor a Jiflct*"gallon tor.-:We understand that have had a long dry spell of two. weeks. I represent Jefiersen Ceumy la the the next Leg NEW GOODS=,Just received I Candidate.die Coeveatioaa a"U&"DIS8OLU'fION.bl

previous to the) rjrisiaruMuster at Dedham, with cool northerly! and north east winds islatire Council. The Subscribers respectfully ;;.inform::lhei\;: cus :'are autbonaed Id anno-once''.:btbir np Tfee rim of RTAir.t LEWIJTia i'E' ffie: Pttntrr ;

a sl+re'd'R'bit nilra.fo: 1wing' noval ex chilly nights and a hot meredian sun. The E are authorised u announce GEORGE tomer. aid the public generally, that they aril now I .'I'f-;goH rn e. 'as" Candid a tea ftp t)>idBtatt_ Eiottl; trudiMolttdt "' bl oflrlnlat. Tar

P cdiecttberado, l cerrselaw;. He'madeapplication effects is such is I 'I'f WALKER, Esq., of Penaacoiu as a candidate e"ln3'ADd: opening a general assortment Of Cootenttotftostthrirr.apectitetoan, t. '. boo i'of' tahr"IMDr h&yt'wii.in43 to
just as always produced at I Goodi, suitable for the Pall and IFUter-Trade ;'ILeotts CeA>otl AtitrAv3iaj. ,
to the Selectmen! for license to u represent the Western District in the'Ter. blrJtyis'I.,rj uoiirt! ijtdfftiie'iaAtc"alt'. u' all
this the There is .ritori J cortr.iM.in! of 'Dry Goods, Gro&ories Had.are'! Join Jas. D.'Westcott Jr: .' -
tlie season by same cause. Senate.fCyVE Tailor debts. a N. : : JO&: xYAN'
exhibit during
a tinned pig parade day and Cutilery Boots : .
; Phoea, and Hats Saddles ny
of weather and the heavens are authorized to 6f D. Lexgh.Rgad George Ward '!E"Pit3Y:1EW18
which was granted.He accordingly l a change to-day, announce WM. Bridle,Woodare, Crockery, Glassware-4- Maj. a. 1 ., :
procured GIBROJf, E q. as M candidate t-> Leon wnic-h Thomas ,Geo. Samuel Paikhll !, J838i tear
represent Reynolds l )
that the showernow taw
a pigi"an"dr i ,with a broth painted some give promise gentle I ihiyofcr :t"cash or "prro'Mr rrrdil, ---- -
Counly lathe '
on fnV back and had eroded falling is the1' forerunner of a good next Leglatiye Council.. ; .h i at the old *u, d'.f Ifa AInner Esq. corner of Monroe Col. H.Ift:! _Brt ,
a tent
stripes on !ro-WE ;
are to Col._D. L and Clinton '
authorized announce ; Streets I ,_ Col. Wm. C'M.Gatlin "rt tt pir.' liol the
die field, with due notice on the exterior, thata long rain. This and a southerly breeze KENAN,as a candidate to represent the Mufdlo l HARLEY Sr GORMAN Wyatt : : 'ttf Kojr claims'ajllnel estate
T..I-I Gen. John P.,DaYa1Cc.LJ obaJ. Gambia W.J.x t>on,rf e;ate relocated to present
str' edr'trtis to be seen within; price o fare always sanative in their efforts upon District in the Territorial SCIMIC.ID"WE : --September)" 22- J*38 7-JPf.ANTEn : I thorn without data/, u F shalhpr i at mj voucher-
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i Dr. Tho B. Gen.,Tbca. Brown
Wynn I
admission *jz oral _a.Qvartcr.:cents.-The rate the city. A clean soil and a gulf wind are authorized to annonnce Col. H. OU.PON'r. RIOT 'Lt to tba April Term 1839, or Jacfcsoo County

being ao.l 1bsr.ntlmefot s visitors \vero: induced will, it is thought, arrest the dis nse.- in.the as Territorial a candidate Senate.to represent JUiddle District Tallahassee, Daniel Buie Oadadcn' John County.CayfordJTeflTenoB Courtfor a aMI!' MtUemenf.: and ask Cot a die
HE bargv from the further administration of
said
Subscriber
e to call upon the swinishmajesty, and everv Jlobile Register, 15/A inst.NEWORLEANS. 1CTWE are authorized to announce JOHN C. T and the lespecifully,5nforms his friends CovaQr* I _Ute. THOMAS M. WHITE Sheriff ,
public that lhi tstablishmenl is ,
one on coming out apprehended l 1 highly grab .- ._. McGEHEEawa t andidite to represent Ma Jinn I under his entire. control, and that he is prepared now to Joseph> M'Cants,Esq. E.:Carrimrton..C.bflal'DameBiyd and AdmV Ei bffieiitoricE *. ;

: lied l with the kind ahd courteonateceptiun he Sept. 13. Comrty in the Convention accommodate those who may favor bin wuh their } Esq. John N. Partridpa &pL 11838. 4-tf ;

met with from the koepcr: of the remarkable FROM TEXAs.-The '!DWE areA ulhoriied to announce S. J PERRY custom Ills Bar is stored with choice wines and I Col. James Gadsden CoL Abram Bellamy.AdministnUor's .

. pig for each comer was treated to a glass of steam packet Columbia I Esq. aa a Candidate '0 represent MaJiwn other liquors, and his table supplied with the best I *
. arrived last night at 7 o'clock, hav- County in the Convention. the market affords. No p.\ios will Le spared to 1 Sale, IX MortUw after date rhaU'fI'CWnt my'areouate -
what I
brandy and water, or ginor ever liquor Subscriber will offer for sale the Q
render ICfTHE votehera
AWE authorize to ELISHA : travellers and others comfonaole who on and lo the Hon. Jod e off
left Galveston are annnnnre ,
t he might prefer, trithout any extra charge. ing on the morning of the SUMERLIN, Esq. to represent Jlfadiscn Coaity I think proper to. patrofirze his cllabiah: ent. may His! 3d day of December next, at the late residence o the Coantj. Court of Loon Coaaljr, and pray for

i Some were so well pleased, that they were Oth instant. By her we have, received! in the next council. Buildings are undergoing such repairs as will'ena-: Martin Harden, deceased,of the county of Decatnr ray disbar, ae-Execiitor .f the etttate of Elli '

i 1 induced to take a second look at the animal, dates to the 8th instant. The general ICTWE are authorized to announce A LBER7 J- ble hIm khortly 10 extend his accommudaii-.ns in a i Georgia,all the stock of Hones Mules,Skeep, tad Bathe y .jjased. ,GUILFORD.BURNEY.ExV. "
! manner not surpassed by such establishment Hog*, Household and Kitckei Furnitare! PUata-i N. B >Lcfateat' sad otheis
and kindly and election DOZIER any I' intertwtM*the
wero a treated candidate JJerl80n
liberally as at was going on through the coun- Esq.as a to represent the lion ;
I Tools Carts
in Territory. Wagons, and Oxen Blacismith .
t aerate an iey to pat i ia their claims'f rth. ,
in the Council.
their) first visit. At the last accounts the exhibition try. In the counties of Galveston and County next The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited -: Tools, Jrc. together with other article too btd'roa with.

was driving at brisk business, and Brazoria, Lamer and Burnot had obtained : WE are authorized lo announce ELIAS E.BLACKBURN. JOSEPH D. RYAN. : to mention. The1 sale to continue from day to day 'Sept. tat. lh' &. 4-6-ci j
make EMJ., as a candidate to represent I Se.iemher22.1S8 uutilall sold. JOHN IIdRDENAdm'r.
was likely to a in 7-if are
profitable day's
tihibilvtg hit ''striped pig"-Boston job stnlinel. large majorities, for President and Vice I I j I Jefferson( County in the next Council. N. B. Good Stabling nnd'Provender provided I ;?ept. 1st. 183 't-4once. PIo&ke. ,

President. The Ho.i. Wm. H. Wharton I|I Ala Eotroa: You will please announce LENIS for horse on reasonable terms. I : THE ttdenifned, administrator of Elisabeth
elected J P. TAYLOR, Esq.as.a candidate from Leon Csun- I dee, hereby five* notice that at the
was Senator from the district of : GROCERIES PROVISIONS Election for four Members to the
I
represent '
ly fur tho Lower House of the Territorial Legislature &c.I AN ext Spnnf Term of Leinr.Counly Covrt be wilf
Bun&cr Hill to be Destryedl!-The Braioria-and Col. Jno. Wharton and I'I I{: who will befclronglr 1 supported by the I JUST very received low to on close consignment sales. and will be I' in County the lower of bouse Leon,in and the four next Senator Legislative to Council fiaally eetUe b'r* aeeowKo and apply for,his, dia. t

Boston Journal says:-"The grading of Capt. Lewis; P. Cook, rt P resentatives. Of j I i PEOPLE. 20 bbls. flour- the Middle District of Florida,and eight represent eaeru- charge. as ftdmiftistraUr a*afors.aid.PATRIC. -

Bunker Hill, or more properly Breed's local news the papers furnish but little of t O WE are authorized to announce N. W.WALKEll 10 bbls. wbi8 el. ben to tbe Convenlkn will be held in the Countyof $ SMITH.4tf.
E,q. u candidate to represent Leon Coun 5 brl*'Madeira Wine200 Lccn on Monday the 8th of Sept.1,183tt. _
Hill has commenced. We interest. Col. Morehouse had arrived day October next,
visited i it just ty in the next Council. bush. corn. at following precincU, rte: WOTICE .

yesterday and found the pickaxe and from the west. He states that the par- VC E are authorized In annonnce JAMES A. 10 boxes very superior irave... rigmrt 1. At St. Marks under tho superintendence of /V LL persona holdiag'daioji anuwt the cattle

spade briskly employed.-We learn thatIt ty of Mexicans that recently visited the i \N BERRHELOT Esq., as a candidate to 19 bbls. butter crackers- George Aimer, A. M. AUsaauvr, auu TVMM xx.' : .rS_'" *r---V' *-_ .--a:
represent the Middle JuJicat: District of Florida, 20 do%. excellent pickles. Swaim. Nathan WiUiasuosvdeceaMdpiM .
is the intention of the proprietors of the Bay of Corpus Christi retired in a very composed of the counties of Gads ten, Leon, Jefferson 5 bbls. sweet molasses. 2. ,At Cuthhort's Store, Shell Point smder tlte) sect Uwm withia UM Ue eprtsorilx> /Jaw,to u frt-th.

lots to reduce the hill about eight feet and I precipitate manner and have left about a I j Hamilton and Madison, in the Senatorial 2 casks London Porter superintendence of A. J. Forester, Edward C.Walker notice will bo plead iabtrof tbeaa>.*; .

of course the old redoubt will be destroyed hundred barrels of flour upon the beach at branch of the next Le,islalure.i 5 bbls loal sng.ir; and James J. Cuthbert. T/fOiUS D!. W HITEaoeri :
i authorized WM. P. 2*> doz and olives 3- .41 Blot-ker's X Road.under the and '. .
that DIVE are to announce copra ; : superintendence '. E& Officw.Mariaam. .
and all the Part of it is
surfaces removed excepting a place. in very good order DUVAL, Esq. as a candidate to represent the Middle VO boxes good Raiiin>; ef Tom Peter' Chairs, Henry. Clifford and Sept. 1.1838. 4tfSeptember .
few hundred square feet around the Mon- and much damaged; they have also District the Territorial Senate.JrTP 20 dozen sweet oil. Ahram Daniel/ Notice. :

umentVe! learn{ that much feelingexist left the boilers and other apparatus of a WK> are authorized to announce D. BEL- R. J. HECKLE, Auctioneer. 4. At Tallahassee, under the saperinlendeacn of ALL person. indebted,to the'estate of' Baker

FORO EWING, Esq., as a candidate to represent Sept. 13, 5t-6 David C. Wilson Robert B, Copclaad, and Wm, ,ohnson,dec,are rtxyKsted to,.> in relation steam It -
to this andwe engine, apparently new. was Hilliard.
proceeding; pro- the Middle District the Territorial Senate. JUSTICES' COURT. claims will

hope it is not even yet too late to stop bablylntended the minds in the interior Leon County Florida. Di t. ofTnJIIahassee. 5. At Smith's Black Creek under the superin present them tat payment'daly authenticated.BOPBIA .

the desecrating work and save the battle of Mexico.rrhe Lipans have all return- DENTISTRY. Frederick Filer, ) A ttachment for$23,00; ,Issued ick"tcndence Scott.:vf W.. W.. Hart, John- Southland Fodder, '.JOIIK80R;' 'nt.WM. -
Angaar 2t,187ft. I !
ground" Stop the destroyers if ed to the Rio Grande Trading parties vs August 31, 1838.( ; Returnable : 3N4deP tf .
possible 6. At Millers.
subscriber respectfully informs the citizens Joseph (Ocklocaeny] under the -
desecration of that }holy ground. Thereis 6f Mexicans are almost daily) arriving at THE Florida, and others, that he has Robert Hum defendant)29th and all day others ufSeptemlJCr,1838.HE interested will 1 superintendence of Lionel Fletcher, John W. Hale, H. WYATT, ia'm'fauthoriaed agenf

not a place on Earth not Thermypylse Bexar from Laredo and other settlements permanently located himself;/ in Tallahassee, for the tike n+ lke of the institution of the 3boveSUit I,and Joseph Miller. l. nj theca ce (tutu the Territorr.MICHAELLEDWITH..
of Dental Hia will ?. At James Kenoricks,under the .
practice Surgery. practice extend superintendence .
the of the Rio Grande. however by attachment, and they are hereby notified 4-
nor Capitoline Hill Rome so worthy They bring ho counties of Gadsden of James Stvwart, James Willis aud I
to adjoining ,Jefferson required to and defend the same, at Justice Elijah Fept. T. lead 8 t
appear
of immortal honor, or whence, have sprung in little specie, and the trade consists chiefly : and of Thomas, Georgia. I Il .liard's Office in Tallahassee, at 10 o'clock, on Johnson. Rope IUUI .
B.
results of such in the exchange of horses and Office at the City Hotel. the 29th of 1S3S. F. FILER. 8. At Pariah's Store ender the superintendenceof f ..
momentous importance trite 0 sugar W. CROSS, DenlUt day September, K. M. Moore, John D. Parish, and liter Blare 1OO Pieces Unmiee Ba,gnj.(45 ia hea wide. .
human race. flour, for tobacco and various articles of I September 1838 8-tt September I5ib, 1833 63wJKACES. 9. At Suehee' under thesuperintendaoce of /fica. 1OO Coils Ba'e Roa''superior article. j
tJ.IO Sacks For Sale
merchandize. Ammunition, rifles and firearms NEW Hall, Joim Havis,and Richard Sanders. .Salt. br ,
LOST OR MISLAID .H..4RLY&.GORMAN.
10. Jt Cromarlies, under the snperintondence of I
li'estlndia Emancipation. should oi e.cr.description are freely exchanged A note of hand, given by John M. Carothers to .Cronartie, }.mcs R.Green and G.W.Holland. Tkllahawe. da h sat 4btb, 18.18 3of ',

infer, from the tenor of late account from with the Mexican trader by the J. M. Drake fur t37 50, due the first of Jan- 11. At Magnolia, under the superintendence of ,' Notice. .

the West Indies, that the: experiment of citizens ofBaxar. The commanchies have uary next. All person aro cautioned from tradingfor Benjamin Brd, Wm. J. Bailey and N. Hamlin. ALL persons indebted to the estate of William '
said note, as it belongs to me.WILLI.M. Given under hand at Tallahassee this Williams, dec. late of Jefferson are
broken the my 30th conoty, requested
Abolition does again made
work recently
not quite so suspiciously treaty CANNONSef.tfmher29 day of August 1838. to make payment and those having demands -

F f l as was anticipated by its authors. with the Mexicans, and have within a 1B33. 8-tf [(41] A. M. GATLIN, Judge C.: C. L. C.f against the same to present Uwm duJaUt

Oil the 1st of the scheme few weeks, past, committed ra- Notice.THE Irwin 'hen tic sued to the SIIb ribcr. ,.
August went many PP Over the Harrison Course' By the President of the IT. S.IN W.K.TAYLOR. Adm'r. officio

into effect, and by the 13th, the Island clarions in the vicinity of the Presido de : Inspectors. in the counties of Election at the various the Middle pre ton Alabama. pursuance of law, I, MARTIN VAN BU- Auy,st2S+h, 1838.: T. ex 34w
seemed be Rio Grande. There is said of composing THE Jocky Club of this Cow will take placenear REN President of the United States of America
to in nothing
general commOlion -the District Jcffer- Admlnitrators Notice. .
of Florida to wit : Gadsden Leon,
Irwinlon, Ala. on the 23d October next, for ,do hereby declare aDd make known that i public
,. negroes having almost universally struck the movements of the Indians in the neighborhood i ron, Madibon and Hamilton, are hereby directed to the following purse: SALt will I be held at St. Augustine,in the Territory ALLpersoDSbaring an j demands against Liu

far t higher than the planters of Nacogdoches. make their returns of the Senatorial vole to the undersigned 1st day mile heals |ISO 00 of Florida on Monday, ,the fifth ky of November dee.,;late of Jefferson Coon
wages
were will them attested to the administrator '
in order that he consolidate them 17. present duly
may 2d day, 2 mile heats 300 00 next, for the disposal 1 of the public{ lands
disposed to allow them. "The Jainaca I and make return to tho Governor of the Territoryby 3d day 3 mile heats 400 00 within the limits of the undermentioned township thereof; and all persons indebted to the said

Despatch speaks very discouragingly of STRANGERS' FEVER. The fever, we are I I the 15th day November neat, in pursuance of 4lb day,4 mile heats 600 00 and fractioa.il townships in the cast Florida lain! deceased, will pleas i at US.ke immediate P payment.
to hos increased since last an act of Con;rees, passed at the last session. in fite milo heat 300 00 district, to wit: ARKERAdm'r.
the operation of the Abolition Act," says sorry say, our notice II. 5th day, (three best ) Montlcello,August 15th,183a. $tfNotice. '
the 1T. Y. Journal of of it-but is not one tenth as bad as pre SAM; DUVAL. The Jocky Club of this Course met at the Exchange North of the base line and east of the meridian.
Commerce "but its U S Marshal Mid. Dil! of Fla.iTT011.YEYATLIIV .
; sensed by presses out of the State. Insteadof -- ,in the Club room,of thin town and proceeded Fractional! townships one, two, three,four,and five SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge
statement should perhaps be received with 50 per( day, the deaths from fever have not D.IVID S. WALKER, regularly to the appointment of officers. On m oeast of St. Mary's river,] of range twenty-three. of the County Coats of Leon County for letters of
some grains of allowance" Why? What <$ C. lion made and seconded Dr. Benjamin J. Harrison Townships one, two, three and four,and fractional administration upon the estate ol John Blair Pea
been 100 week. It does attack in
per not elected Presided of said Club, township five, of tweet -fuar.
good can either conceal- WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle District was unanimously range chy,dec.late oi Leon County.
exaggeration or di rriminately! notives and old! residence as of Floridais office is the first room to the rijht and Col. John W. A. Pettit and Col. Fort, Vice TO nships one, two, and three, of range tweet y- J.S. ROBINSON.

ment now do ? The deed is done for well as f.lra lagers. It is bad enough, howevei over J D. Bull's store TeJIabassee,where lie IDa y Presidents, and Mr. Johii R. Furl Secretary and five. August 25th, 1838. 36v

wheel and for woe ; and nothing whichcan to keep away the latter until a !rust. I always be found. Treasurer Township one, of range twenty six. Notice. _
It This Club is now regularly organized, and theprof Fractional township one, two three, ana four, of:
be said or done can avert its conse- NOTICE fur good sport is flattering. range iwenty-ssven. | LL persons indebted to DANIEL McRAENY

,. quence. The result of the Experiment The Crops.-We regret to learn that SIX weeks after dale I will apply) lo the honors The poets patrons of iho{ Turf in our sister State a. Frxtouettownshipsunetwoandthreeofrang e tlininf the year 1336( and the fine of Me.
.Ie Judge of the County Court of Leon County for -eiht- RAENY & HA WES. during the years 1837& 8.
will he, that in a few the West In- i the Catterpiller has made its in South Carolina Grorgial'roaerreeand even the twentq
years, appearance letters of administration on the state of Dr A. F. call Fractional townships one, two, and three of are notified thai immediate payment of the same
Old Dominion should give us a we promise range
,
t dia Islands will be trodden by the foot I the low cotton plantations in Camdencount II III Ash, late of raid County, dec. Wiu. P. CRAIG, them all in the way of convenience and; luxury, that twenty-nine. must be made. The accounts are places in the

of a white man, and an universal blight I ).. We' are informed however, that ,i _September- 20th. 1CW.E tt w'OR anew and flourishing country can afford; and a South of the base line and east of the meridian hands of the' subscriber,|who is aalhoriied to settle
the salsa Imniedik'te a ention WilFsate cost.
will fall upon them. A glance at their tables the balls of the plant are for the most part !j } 1,i\'EHPOOL. good bealiu too, ;if we can. Township six, of range eighteen. SAMUEL. BURNETT.Y,

of exports, ten hence will dc- so far advanced as to resist the attacks of< first class Ship SPRING, T The Proprietor expects them to give him a chance 1'ownrbpr, fire and six..of range nineteen. Tallabassce,Ang.: H, 1838. -'gtfPAOCJUftJIATION ,
years -a F. Cook, Jr. will sail on tIC; 15th to do all this, and every thing more necessary, to Townships one. two, three, five, and six, .of range _
monistrate this fact. The history of 51. the insect, and they have made their appearance j i & November next. add to the spirit of the Turf relit wctioa of the twenty. '. j ;

Domingo will be the history of Bar gars so late in the season as to leave !!: For freight or passage apply to UicI } I I moral Vineyard, wherein he hopes ere loiig ,to lee Townships one, two, three, and six, of range twen r. By the Governor of-Florida. ,. ':,

does. Jamaca, &c. but a limited time for their operations. Afar S I I I Ca tainonboardatStDlarkeortolt.ll.BER1tY* tbe spirit i.f racing in its acme. ty-one. : WHEREAS y.in' act :bfCon-rc: approvedJulihc7ih .
Fractional thrt
Stable aad litlarrratit.CItA1VFORD. township one, townships two, e/oar, 1838. entitled AVAct
to organize I
as we have yet been informed, the late i I TslIlI'II\.dlpr, September; 29. I m.6w' SPROWL, Proprietor.Jso five and SIX of range twenty two. the Legislatire Council of'thl Territory of Florida :;

The JMortnons.We learn from the rains have produced the best effect upon I j I NOTICE. ; R. FORT, sa'c. & ireas'y. Townships one,two,Uiree four, five, and six, of .nd tor other purpcscs,"H is provided amonj other '*
I 1 j I SIX( weeks after date application will be made to Irwinton, AUru"t.18thl83S. 5..4\ tango twenty Ihree. thine, that the Legislative! Council shall consis of .i
Columbia Boome country Patriot, that a the sea island in this vicinity, which has :]I the Hon. Judge Madison Co. Court for letters of, Townships, I\vo. three, four, five, aDd six, of two Houses to be called the Senate end Horse of '\ ;

gentleman of that town has received a letter suffered much in the long drought of seven administration on the est&toClf John Campbell dec. i AUCTION SALES.AT laogc twenty four. presenuuvesapd that the returns of the elec- f

from'' Livingston county, stating that wceeks from June to August. I S. E. EDWARDS. 1 Bt. Mark on the Is: of Odor next will Townships one, two*, three, four. five and six, orange lion of Senators'shaH be wide to the Governor by
han
: sold, a quantity vf damaged Bacon, twenty five. the Marshals of each district in shch ,
29th,18:1H.
8-6w ,
some cutting Daviess county, on the day The crops throughout this section of I'I'I September L'rcaJ6tc.. the property of the United States. Fractional fcrwrnship one of range twenty-nine. shall prescribed by the Governor. manner u ,

of election, and, that some companies had country though considerable reduced will l BRUMINS BOASTED LUSTRE. 36,78ti Ibs Bacon, At the same place, in continuation, commencingon Now, therefore be it kao w D,that the Marshals of '
I I J. B. BULL t 1'finz absent from the 15,410 1U Bread, nnnday the nineteenth day of November next, each judicial district
been Terri are hereby required so soon
raised in Livingston with a view of profitable.-Bruimcick Adv. COL. for the of the lands within the
yet prove (but, by tM permission of Pn-videncc, 4BarMs of Flour. disposal public limit as the election returns shall have been received .i i
going over and assisting in drubbing the 6th inst. he will return soon from the EmrM-riutn of Fashion Terms, C-'sh. F'r further information apply lo. of the undermentioned townships and fraction from the inspectors of the election fur Senators in i \
Mormons but that before they I viih the most f.isbiouable, mognificient, and gram A. Breeae, E:q. agent U. S., Cluart<-rmaste'-'s D t townships to wit the several coanlks of said districts to consolidate
; quite
got DIED, TiilUhassee.. Kla. on the 27th i iinst. tic,t'k of goodc, that ores ever offered to Uiis partmeul at Su Marks. D. II. VINTON, South of the base line and CJ*l of the meridian. tae returns of said elrction, and make a return I i
ready to march learned
the
they strength people since crt inveiiUd appirel to decorate man) A S'L Quartermaster Thai part township eleven, east of the SlIwanneriver thereof duly certified to the' Governor of 'hehe ; .
9 of Mormons, which suggested to their ., MATTHEW J. RUSSELL.a native his Foreman, by the by would moat rcspcifuHypprise As 't. duartcrmaster's Office, Tallahassee, Sep- ,of range fourteen. Territory ea or before for 15Ji day 'of November : .: :.

produce the of at of Yorkhjure, England, Emigrated to New ; this co.nmumty that he has just received tpmber 1 sth' 1t+:8. (6-3\ Tovusbip''tent eleven, and twelve, of range fifte& next

proprety remaining York, where he spent some 12 or 13 months, per Bri; Lucinda, from New York, a few piece of lU"aSIIAL'S SAL Townships! ten, eleven,and twel-e,of range sixteen Given under my band this 24th day of August, ,
home till they could be assured that reinforcements and lira been'n resident of this city for the : fresh super. 8'irx, r. Loo Jon Wool died black, blur, By virlueof writ of fieri facias, in which tb o Township ten, eleven, twelve, and thirteen, of 1838.; R. K. CALL

would jom them from other last tinee Mr. R. and enJ} fancy CLOTHS, which he will make up to Postmaster General of tho United Staten i i. range soe DteeD. [<)_',Governor of Florida.MARSHAL'S i
counties year was a worthy inter in ihe shortest notice, latest fashion, sad i pl inliffandFcrminnGareJadninirtnitisofloh n Township seven,and fractional townships eleven "
sufficiently great to cope with the industrious citizen, and had gained the esteem the belt possible. style-and no mistake. Y.:Gare3r. deceased, is defendant, issued out of the and twelve [west of.Airedondo'a claim,] aDd SALE. :
i! combined force of the Mormons. of all who knew him. It in believedthe I J. BULL, Superior Court of the Middle District of Florida forLeon township thrteenvf, range eiptaen.T BY virtue of a sit of fieri facial, in ,which -'

-- deceased has friends in New York.Tbe .-- Dy J. F. D1 AY. Count and returnable to November Term, Township veren and eight, and fractional'township !Feker and James Hngha are plaintiff .
Tallahassee, Sept. 20, 1838. 7-3w S37, of said apart 1 have levied upon and shall, nine, [northof Arredondo'*claim] fractional and Beuej Floyd and Bea. Chairea execator of '
: The Lynching Attempt at Vtck bur 8.- papers in that city will please copy Ibis .. on Saturday the 13th day of October, 1838. within township twelve, (south Arredondo claim]I Dav'n Floyddeceased, are deieadantav.iwied oat

I The.Register states that on Saturday the notice. L. NOTICE. legal hours on said day, expose U sale, to the highest and township thirteen,of range nineteen. .f the ser Coon of the MidJJo District of Florida
25th 7 ALL demand ainstWildham bidder for epode Notes Lots No' Townships seven ,and eight fractional townshipnine CouUy and .retaroable to Novem
ulu three individuals Messrs 3Iaunce persons having any or Treasury t. of
ber Term 1837 said Court I hate levied
Hine,deceased, late o(Jefferson Count/, 86. 87, & 88, in the North addition of the t.lofTallahauco (north of Arredondo'a claim,] fractions upon l *
Hartman, Steigleraan were examined We are authorized and requested to announce will present them doly-/ attested to the minis'ra- with the improvements ; levied upon township twelve (south ef that claim,] and township And shall en Saturday the 13th; hy of October
before Justice Col. JAMES S. BELL of Hamilton agent as acandidate thereof and all indebted rein aaiddeet'l.slCl of John Y. dccaeed thirteen, of range twenty. n 1838, withia the fend (hours on said day expose
Everett and Maxcy on the err ; persons to u the properly of the estate Carey,
tbo middle district of Florida to sale to Ue highest bidder for cash mulatto
to represent Townships seven and eight, fractional township : a
will please make immediate payment. and to be sold according to law at the Y
charge of riot and assault in the attempt to iu the Senatorial branch of the Legislative Council..I CH I J. T. ULMER, Adm'r. Court House ia Tallahassee. nine, (north tf Arrednndoe claim,] fractionstownship Man named Charlie, levied npoo as the property

finch the Flekensteins. Tbe two former We are authorized to announce James H. &n u, September 2S, 1838 7-tf S. H. DUV AC Marshal M.D.of Fla. twelve! [south of ArrNondo' claim.]J of sold tae estate uf Dane law Fknrd before doceaJed. and to be ;
the
according Court boose
Mere held to bail to answer the charge at .Vickasukee, u a candidate for Lieut. Colonel. I NOTICE By S- P. LEWIS. D. M. and luwaship thirteen of range twenty one. ,.sAX'L. H.DUY. ldttnbal door.
and
lhat
and of
Townships seven eight part townships
the next term of the crimnal court in the WE are iuiborise4 to announce Capt.JOSEPH Co-nartnrrthip heretofore existing under Si-pt 4th, 1838. 5-u nine, tea, eleven, and twelve, lying east oArrcdoado's BrSKTH P. LEWIS; D.If. ;
JOHNSON. as a Candidate Tor the office of Lieut. THE LAND FOR SALF, TtillabaseeeSet|iLJlQ.1838.> W
sum of i claim and wnsip thirteen of
one thousand dollars, evidence of firm of TAFT.HOLT, & CO., ar 8u range
GadV-
sale in
Colonelcy 1st Brigade, 7 his darks, is this day dissolved/ by mutual .- THE iwenty-two.' ZIBSR Q 9Stt ri, >
having been engaged transaction being 12 miles N.-W. of Tallahasseecontaining / ,
County Townships seven, eight nine tea,eleven twelve T Talfidtatiee
r are authoiicd to announce HUGH All persona having acceunts, 4ewith said Finn, t ,nJa.b''f 1838., 1
perfect. The three Flekensteins who FISHEKas a Candidate for the office of are requested to settle them with G. G- Holt and thirteen Hundred acres. fin and thirteen,of range twentthree.. lri"'lb- .u be, n eJezUca'Wd rorv.t eo&' -

.I were previously examined for the murder LitnU Colooelcy, In Brigade, Tar Rtg. Fla. If.IPe George Milleror..id firm, who are duly authorised handed of which U in fraiaed a stale of cultivation with Township seveuj'eight j nine tea,'elates twelve,, ant. oral'at ti' diiVreni'CiptaloS Dealt eo th.'S&1urd .

Holt to close the same S S TAFT, two good and thirteen,of range twenty four. T lint j iaQc were honorably eiischar Ke d. are authorixcd to announce Capt. HENRY H. G O HOLT houses--good Gin dWeUinla' Townships seven, eight,nine, ten, eleven,twelve, nexi ofSctr In;cdrtmand-'.wffl' haV the ekdiod I
JFALKER, as a candidate for the LiouU Colonelcy/ GEO: MILLER.St. a I and cre.--rood and ibineea,et range iwenty-flve. coodaetcdagteeablv'to Iriir.'aird' the ,"
CHEROKEE A.-We learn of the 11 Bri jade, 7Ui Regiment Florida Militia* Marks, September, 1838( 7-;nr .tab1ea. The sales will each l>e kept open for two week> to'. M'.1&h. ,'bliclifafl.ei.tW.JAM rtport;' r same.

from a gentleman direct from Ross' Lan- We authored to announce A.FOR31 DUVAL THE Bu.ine&lwm in felon be carried on under fro hoeswa and e'ory.ether out-bone* requisite for (anew the land are logger disposed of in) aDd no longer ', .. .'- 'TP.W.dIt-r., ?S

ding that emigration has been suspended .4 a candidate to represent Leon County the' the name of Hull 4> Miller G G HOLT.GEOMILLER., aPlanter, with spring of never said failing wafer,of the; ;*and*o offered no private will be entries admitted of land nntii after the the township expiration W JMs : Ci.n'W' rfda'MUiUa.' i
of land
Council. kind, and part well watered
next Legislative purert every
of the iwo week Thae will be excluded J-'t NEW 8BS.i1aD
until the -
first October of tbe
account bad abundant
on With the premises can be
We author aed to Col.: WILLIAM sup from the sales herein land HESttbaenbettlujatt yvad, coeer
are announce NOTICE.THE proclaimed, appropriated ) 't
iallureof of Corn and Fodder;if desired. Person with
John Ross to cum PY 1 with the BAILEY u a candidate for the Senate from tho subscriber 'r.ll. aad for the use ef school,military, or other purposes BBBker Jli&J..dinctrr, Jf rw;York" and.i*
shear leave the Terri to invited to call examine for
contract between Gen. Scott and himself Middle District being purchase, are also land covered by private confirmed claim*, now ope=a,general assjonneni, oJC-sod food
all business with him health and suit bargain
baring for
them.d Ol. Both u
persons u a asar as fer Ilia* ,
It was rumored about the Landing that WE are authorized to announce Dr. J. J>. READ u transact It with Gen.Lbigh Read bin aithorized will bf given., t WM'l1IcG1IFF.Gtdrden'eonni surveyed dams or'are unsurvcyeJ alledgedr, and which lands baYluot"yt to which beenronfirmed priyate Y led.1o trap and xamia aaaosw.fof.h Ifarehmsera nuelTes. are in- +' ,:t

ROM was very slow In purchasing teams, of Madison u a candidate for tbe Senate from the agent. JOHN' HAVIS. Sept 4th, 1838J53m t"" by law,together with all quarts*settk>ns Low fox cash or app rored.credit i, t .

and that Gen. Scott bad lost all confidence Middle District. Sept. IS, 1837. lot 6lfDISSOLUTION. COTTOftl CUNS. and fractional sections wkkk may be eul ,ihe/cby, .c f1 .r- _1 it ,. F. rAL-.
E are authorized to announce Rev .R: B- THE subscriber has a.frw superior ieelaa"Cot. and'.therefore> mad,'o' regtUte,*ewi, ubdiviaion T.t1aha..fe..1ar..I 5t.tr '"
.
M him. The Bell party are as heretofore 'f'f' KERR, EM. as a condidate to represent THE Copartnership hertotbre es'tsrinp under lore Ginr, asserted fixe*,on.band; which .they will wheaaocki cUipiashall have bttto surveyed j. Be KoUee.

Haled still unwilling to ''be removed by the Middle'Dtarlct m the Senate. the firm of DAVIS & KINDONS, is dissolved by tell low to close a consignment, and on aocommo-, Given under my hand at the City of.WeshiagtonJtbJtfeurteenth. UE Sabscri been appoiated,ReceifoeeVy -

Ross and determined to WE art authorized to announce Maj. JAMES mutual consent i dating .. BENJAMIN BYRD &Co. ...of July aaao Demt.er et tfta| Cenrt o ,pi the"J6M1e
appear not cone STEWART u a candidate 'to represent Leon The business will be continued'at the old standby Magnolia 5 Fept;-I83$.! 5-4w ni, 1639. M. YA",$URIIIY. : Dietriet-tlle'citteoflL't3"lt b n-+wife d eiaia r
into the measure. A detachment of 1,000 W Jd tf HENRY KIDDON By the PreaideatJamesWhitcQjibJ. M A.. : ( : nbtW
County in tbe next Leg islative.Ceuoeil.IC7WE l. ? -7 ii .1 NOTICE.t t6'au' 'a 't k
CheroteesJeft J last. weet.'forUieir new authorized to JOSEPH Scpwbu 22.183H 74 aftif I ;.all 'Ui;the Honorablerjud it/ iode 1K ead'ttltbe, J\_..'hS.didttnil od,
[ are announce I";SIX.weeks date, : apply t, ,Corantmioner of the Crmaral LaadOflce. tnd'U+.DrE:.
home!tinder' 'the .of The W. BANN EIUJAN. Ety.u a candidate to repe- ''FRESH PROVISIONS ; e'of the-Coirntr Court for Jefferson Con a' M t a, OD Dote 4oad. ;
,
management ; __10'.1 *i., ____ *"f erbbok aef oua, or tor r;" &ik .;u'p,
Hair., ''The' health of the Indian yeregood. eat Leon County ui tbe next Legislative Council.I Jwt received. p erLueir'tda: from HelP Jork, 11tor letters of administration on' ebb estate NOTE BY THE COiifMISSIONBR. laobedf.to'lb' ..tc.urt.+t.

GTVE authorized .announce. CHARLES ,70 Bbls New Flour brig topb e r SmUiMaaUoslIaSept.8 f.IJr .rWdd I t jtpl'tdttpteld btjn-"tf.w...tot" eatab .u tel: tltOt> DFiil'. .
Wettern unit
Gerg Ul. \ ,f, .. t 111 ; ptto ta 1
-
\f/t & SIBLEY, Esq., u a candidate to rcpt- t aOda.Pork r .a c .1V1 DEwITT. "' a cordon of 1it.ary.auoeaa.here.l1.inwla! tJretsnu .d tM-,1GDIIfI.> .'gets3lff d

NE1'Y' .O LEANS. Sept. 14. alt Leon County in tbe ext Coaneil.WE i r 20 } da Market Beef .., ;1838. ::1" I ;,3,Uw-, iJ JoiuJa at'atcoaudetable'fftN' AA io.'A?ibeoftbelatid's' sooth t4Jlat.ad' 'dad:o..t"_teattylsatr; ew
HEALTH TIIE" tre'aulhomed announce Dr: BADE SO do 4o Ton|>ae* ,.- '1\T TICE" proclaimed, fof'tta'protecMort':pf 'the da,..1d.Jsa ..1\ 'Q,+rttrtyr.tettrrkotrr
OE J-CITV.-We regn t 50 .1 /. '. 4, 1.II !Jf',K tloe er.hlcb..wCI> an amle 'poriia.rtJ to !lnp : L
WELL, as a candidate to represent Leon KifisPickUd Salmon,I ? r ; afford # ; J1a1" 7.' 1 !+ 1' 'mttettall.
to state, that the cases;;of 1 yellow; fever, have Comity IB the next Council.T !30 KcesSeused Tripe.I: r I'( p"ar4r1 optoge! .JP Jaraea. Pia eerya.t, ryoctgtbe al i;t'axxart >;he'N ftd..: .e .btc r.a1bliaisa! -r+tiialgisttetlr"Ir. i

been rather on the increase within} ,the &E' are: antborized to .annou 1te DANIEL! 10 B ,New Y..rktlluu, "' ;: :L : ,t3,**VftftaIq.iJoU wr.l ran ofTww CJW H JT.-ttejto adred. poUars, a larga S> pbrtwn t V -_ of.*which.ia.teprea., daaba3ttgl, r :,. w eraJritr'J'd' ii4d'8F.ETJtgt- ;''.tilitr.il.J

week past This information is \W 'McRAENYaa a._candidate to represent .20 dos Old Pert) iftna< ..f.,,- M. *! 'fi,r, -.14w.cent,iojha mop!>;p Joof:or.July,. R. y. W J1"1'1 V'J.! ,, I'fLl .:a t .. : i1;f. tSf.ii .lIed-- rt:
made ptib* CounciL ?0 do:Bbewy.,.: un it NOTtCB-TOPRE-EMPrnnN CLAlHAUTi ,1. i .. .,. .0.- r.-...
t. < W due
vUl k
He not ''a : Leon County in tho next Legislative i "" ,lB38.M aajd} MU. fM eky a f
with pttrpois to create 'alariD'but r TOE area'mb6fiw 9 1ft niuiice/ bTOCKLEYTf ,?,, 60 Back Salt ,''I"i ] r4a'ne of law. WlLLlAMiROQEBS.Chatuhooche .' Every pwwn claipmjjhe.rUlrt'.of-preempuobto 'UE SubleribeW rtoha rrSena..I 1
as J' wamipgito; ,those who are timed SADBUAY/E .tts a candidate ttfreprer /XK! > Coffee, Sugar Tbaoce, Savannah,'Irtctrvet, .eP t.1.18S8., .5-tf I Ir any of the Undd alai ipiSJea A uie above procla- <.:' her' 10
Family Herring Champaign and a neheral nsertioaatoVGroeener aiadO;ia ndneaud co trace die tame to'Uteaatia '
} thiE\lict ia-fiL.
to .
the Btate'CeareBtloivVTYfrE "
escapefrom dang :.JTbiti far the (reo. kent :a.dldea"Coaaty1D' CENTU.JCEEN. 'i/t TI(i't faatioaattba irtera Jtecak..ollb': ( '
? proper
yer cwjrioC( be .called l 1 J lap ,,epidemic* .but we authori .it t'oTannounce, .JONATHANXff TaHafaaise'e,September 83/1838.. 7-tr; :1.l t pet'doaieaNicxtit ihed:.m?'.riWirJg for land*mea,'sad make payment Uerebr ail:sooft' a* ,Q.W where all orders will be ezetate3rrltlt 7r.Rsdadga rite

notwithstanding .the would >ROBlNBQN.Esq', f M;> c ndJdl} tDrepreent .5. two preeniuttrasiotflsi.twenty+ (live dollar practicable after seeing thin notice, 5 itr'orders tta: dd lrbnN6Q' 6'eat'at
urracclimated .
do I Qadjdeis fJoanty. ,m, the Scate bntipnt t1o. 'FURNl'n1RE.F.OR.S ALE, ,1, iaek"'liTtn.dtlninalq JuJltap.u i the claim may;b Ta. + led by:.tboar; flce[s ,piheo Leditb' C ar
"r "i ltattarat
yell jo keep_ put.n.' harn'Iii, jsray., ( ate'iR \" b lit nio.lh e tallTAE .Subscriber hat ia "for* for.ulft: < been lie''be..r..ot.-atrrjGk afreiiblyta Uw iadM tint priof'W eiia ti ap il JIf, 'txsklea.. star.a. -.i tend 1
1'1, nalt 't4 ctiraJdidttearcepttse"the nt fid assortment,oCFurDtture;consiumg of Bidet ty toDa HMriltMt fsc,WbiekcaM'Botftlitraat OWlS baa pointed for the ommoace ffleaC: fU ,I pvblio++ML;; 1 ,. 'Aiint 3 td' .
.. .After a tgnlmec.of unprecedented b ealil 1 orG-a tun gta'.e CotireattotE ., Sirhbotrdt..Wasdrobat'Tablaai-iLadiet, .IWi* tttttad .recta l 04..claiM gtnek+
? OOUDty ; a1kY"Ioa tdp o8upil, oc-4a1f,,dekDowa'; u4'**&] rev eels Ql.f'
the yellow [fever bas appeared ..G* 1II1B *.UiMrised r.nnoo i.iCARBINtTQx.CAREitr G- 8t&Dd.u.csat 4. f J,Cb> among. B.J.ACKI. ),.ll'i'ofJ !t ./x'll 1 W.\JU. toM& -, j ,,.I
The board'of Y Yif +mt 4Idte tor q"Je1l traaaea &c,4o : .1' f.1 rU".t.wWTCO t 4t.KV-.11 i'H03 M_ .
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irieiwUicbboestrof l tuble faf ra&nu the Life J .
J k 1 F f vef IAdmt ,
r Pi Us are purely and soittr tej taoi*, ana contain

itn tega.!. ,lfOlllce.J __ I :. __ LAND FOR :SALE:' NOTICE !I neither Mercary,Antimoayi nellie, or any ffther

just ree ivei by Schoon''''1 1* will cell rnjr tract of Land eoasiating of 320B. ALL those indebted to the subscriber will please mineral aay.form whatever. Tb y are eatirly

x.nC. eook,from Bangor,Haiae- .aeteiJ70 in a high state of caUivatioo, with forward and liquidate their accounts, composed of extracts from rare and p)1..rrat pin.

G mDt after ft best eiear Boards, 1} + 2 inch. food gin fconse and screw, a anffieieney of negro either by cash or note*.-No intention of pressing the.virtues ot whleb,though lon'known to several

cur of Leon county ..i..ed Shi.Ie.. cabiaa,and provisions enongh la anpplytbe plantation the parties ia contemplated,bat simply to get a settlement Indian tribesand receotly to some i eminent''phar-
of di mitsioa from ?
te amio choice Lime. the firrt year. The land is aitnafed 8 mile befere the btsinesittason re-commences maceatiral chemists,are a(together. pnkao-Ito the I
Dtirant
C. Craft. GRANT low
reasonable HACKLY-
o ISmC lliey' ,..offer ElFTHOLTCO.term from Tallahasi Jan Mr. Lotimer and cflhen. Immediate posse AprilW,1838, 38-tf never before administered in so happily efficacious

I Jilv',<18t8 48tJOKN I ion will be linn For terms apply to'Dural ana TUN WARE.TH .combirutioB. 'i

aoBtni :OWE C. JACOBI, Hntchina TallahasseeB..A. CHAPPEL. E subscriber continoes to carry on the raan- Their first operation is to loosen from the coats

X covntj court of apicatol F.RIT PREMIUM Jan. 6. le3S. -tfDISSOLUTION. .( Tin Ware, and will at all times of the stomach and bowels,the various impuritiet

of dimIsMOn from tbc administration Chair & Sofa Maker, bv oo hand general assortment either at who!e and ert lilies constantly settling around thm;and

of AM H.ub.1e. E. P. GRANT .- from Columbus GeorgiaRESPECTFULLY sale or retail, on aa reasonable terms as can be sold to remove the hardened faces which collect in the

June 3 43n> I INOTICE inform" |.J nHE. ,Co-partnership heretofore existing under. in any Southern market, deliverable at my store In convolutions of the small intestines. Other medicines
6NOTICE. ii the name ofDvt'AL& HorcHiNs.i* ihinday Tallabaasee. WM. H. FRANCIS.P. only partially ctcnM these, an-1, leare snch

I the citizens of Tallahassee of Florida dissolved by mutual consent. AM persons having S. Hating now experienced workman, collected ma&>esa behind, as to produce habitual

months .and of the Territory that he has demands rgainst said concern will present them to all articles will he made to order in the above line, costivcness,with all its train of evils, or sudden diarrhoea

SIX and aferdatlabaU voucber Uon. I! generally located, himself ylLEi. FORMT DOTAL, who is fully authorized to and a\l Job work done without delay,either in th. with its imminent daf1 e'rs. The second

County Gowl for Oadadcn County, and I permanently of Tallahassee settle all debts due by ,he concern. And all those tin ware 01 sheet iron business. W. IT. F. effect of the Vegetable Life Pill is.to dense the kidneya .

a final from tb inth* City indebted will make payment to him. Jan.6. 1838. 22-tf and the bladder,aud by this means, the liver

estate of discharge the laL William. GilleUnd, i for the purpose of manufacturing ARE. ALEX. FORMY DUV.L, and the lungs, the healthy action of wb j
.1KCHIBALD CABINET W. J. HUTCHINS. NOTICEs depends upon the regularity of the uniary organa, Dd d to tke :pobbc as dreide4J "*

I i iQuineT in all itt branches, and as. Tallahossee, April 83d. 1838. 38-t ( hereby given,that I shall present my account* The blood, which takes i its red colour from the agenfj perior to aay combiaatioa medicine .
eter\
May U. 18S1. that it will be to thoir advantage NOTICE.THE and rouchers as administrator of the estate of of the liver and the lungs before it pasaesx into to Uie American people. The pro 'ietor el

t here instead of importing work Samuel Christopher deceased,to the honorable the heart,being thus purified by them,and nour-sh- pills, being a reguar: bred PhJ.iclIn,an. Li_
subscrilwr from
received Georgia
NOTICE. I as the style and workmanship will rate 50 hasjnst and three of 40 saws, Judge of the County Court of Lcou County ed by food coming from a clean Homach, courses' practiced bia profess.on nunsinly for hatillK
pin
saw DlIDJ
in the United States. [next spring term of said Court, for ray final settlement the viens in diffee t tlimat enabled rea"
SIX months after. date,application by any cast steel 1 plate, which he wishes to sell on accommodating freely through renews eveiy part of the : lrtofert lothf'llie.
the Hon, Judge of the County are io waotof furniture will do well terms. JOHN ISLER, and discharge from said administration. system, and triumphantly mounts the banner of ted invalid a medicine on the effects of -hieJI

Leon County, for letters of dismission from the north, as the subscriber will Eight miles east Tallahassee. ADAM WIRICK. health in the blooming chedc. is willing to iisk his reputation .

jniniuraiion of the estate of Huek all demands upon tho shortest no- Nov. 15, 1837. 15 May 26 42mG The following are amonj: the ilistresainjc"varietyof I He does nero pretend that they are a JOIicj'e

ate of sid county, dec. IIOUCK'S PAWACJBA. human diseases to which the Vegetable Life r.lI.I cure, or even beneficial in ever ctmr.laut
WATERS, .-GOT .R.J.llaek1ey.E. Lock. Commission House, New Orleans. FRESH supply ol' the above valuable medi- are well known tu be infalliablc : be most firmly believes at in alcarthartic \ disuse._ 'bllt

Way 13,1 LUKY VV. H. Brodie, Capt. Brown, LONG & GKIVOT, cinejust i eceived. For .sale by DYSPEPSIA or an a rerient medicine' iawni .
by
18 thoroughly cleansing the first lleedt4
H.'Vniaden, Wm. Lester.Capt STEWART BARNARD. be found Jar IbtJ
& superior to
established themselves at New Orleans and second stomaclis, and creating a flow of mire any of those drastIC

NOTICE. 1 _'_ HAVE transaction of Commission Business,i May 26 42 healthy blle. instead ufthe stale and acrid___ bind__ ,_ purgative mdicines which are so much ptlltd I

SIX months aAer date,application NJGW FIRM.r and solicit the patronage of their friends and the I AUD. DIST.-LfcOiN SUP. COURT. Flatulency, Palpitation bf lha heart, loss of n' Appetite the public prints os purifiers. of.the blood Wht,
the Hon.Judge of the County r have this day associated which they their best services. Heart-burn and taken according"to tbe direetioni
public to pledge Augustus Alston ) Sum's ad res. in A"s't f.>r $7000vs Headache, Restlessneos, Ill- areon.panJina
County for leuer ol dismission from ?' together under the firm of April? $tf S dam.Attc'h for $3,3,500: issued temper, Anxiety, Langour,and Melancholy, which them they are highly beneficial iaondcure ,pmecrioD

tration of estate of Francis Dreai, |' Gamble 4: Reid, JUST RECEIVED.ONEHUNDREDOUNCESFrenchQni. Thomas. J.Green S May 3,1833, ret'bletoNovem: are the general ,symptons of Dyspepsia, will vanish of' Bilious Fevers, Fever and Agio
county ,deceAd. CHARLES of transacting business in the city as a natural of its Dispcpsia Liver
her Term, 1838. nscqucnce cure. Cbstivencss' CorDpIainls, Sick Bead.Hcbe. .
j&nh 1838. S8-6m -
"April I have on hand it all times n .n..rnl of TIE defendant in said case 8nd all others interested lj. n.cleansing" ___. ____the__:whole. length. of, .the. intestines_ .with, .' Jaundice.. Athma.- Dmn- -- v, 1.A_'_
OT'O goods and will be disposed to jerve Morrhine, and a general assortment of French ana ,will take notice of the institutien of said suit m IOvnltU"wt'tSJ, nnuwitnottl'violence; all violent tiarn. Enlargement of die epleen r.lnUI' ,

months aAer date,I shall make and the public upon the mot favura- English Chemicals. Twelve Mahogany Medicine by attachment, aa aforesaid-and they are required purges Je4ve the bowels costive within* two days. Cholic Pile\ ,
SIX Female
, honorable County Courtof JXMSS B. GAMBLE. Chests, and a large supply ol Drugs Medicines, to appear and plead to the declaration filed i" said fluid Diarrhoea. and.CJioJera.by removing tbesharpacnd Obstructions, Heart.Lun'N

y, and apply to the sun fur a d sha I SAM. REID. Perfumery, &c. &f. For sale byWADDEL ,.case, according to the lorm of he statute in such and by which these complaints are occasioned, BUS ea. Furred Tongue, Distension of ihe

administration on the estate of 44 R.iFDOLPtf, 4LEWIS.. case made and provided. C. S. SI LEY. by promoting the lubricative secretion of the Stomach and Bowels, Incipient Dianh .

McClellan.late, ef said connty,deceased.Hi May 19 41 Ally for pltft" mucus membrane Fevera if all kinds,by restoring Flatulence Habitual Costtvcness :
5th the blood! 10 a circulation "Lost of
t. YOUNG I VEGETABLE May 1838. : 9-tf regular through the pro

AND AGUE PILLS, BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY.9ffHE PENSACOLA MANSION iiOL'SE. cess of perspiration in some cases, and the thorough appetite Blotched or Sallow Complexioo

i Mount Vernon,April 14, 18M. and lasting cure for this disease. For subscriber informs solution of all intestinal obstructions:IP others.-. and in all cases of Torpor of tbe Bowel
respectfully The *,
NEW
( CITY OF PEN ?ACOLA. LIFE PILLS have been known'to rheumatism
' LAST NOTICE. \.i. the citizens of Talla- subscriber having purchased the lease and permanently in three weeks and care Gout in where a canharlic or an aperient i it D RANDOLPH, & LEWIS. .dl bafsee and that he has THE They are exceedingly mild in thrir
vicinity half
of this well known establishment that time by operation
soonths after date I ball removing local inflammation from producing
14 1838.
36
pre April
neither
I' SIX and ad apply to commenced fhe maiiufacmrirg pf .from Mr. Tay.'pr; Jhe.late proprietor. will be ready the muscles and ligaments of the joints. Dropsiesof nansea, griping nor debility

the County "ach. for Superior Court Mar Term Boots and Shoes in this city, in to receive vuitort by the, 1st, of April next.Numerousand all kinds, by freeing and stn-ngihenin the kldiiits Wherever these Pills have been once introdactd
Lon County) 1838. the building immediately opposite tb* store of and bladder ioto a family, they,become a surging
tlement and the cosily improvements b found ; they operate .most delightfully remedy,and
f discharge rm Dawson Plaintiff ) french Si Cook, on .Afunroest where lie is in the these are called for again and again which is
.. the estate of J Lemoaj of prepared arrangements and accommodation* of the on important organs, and hence JAve'ever sunkieat
amt lat vs. >In Replevin, to manufacture all artlclesiu; his line of bn. nus. Mansion House. New and morecnmmodioas Batr.inf been found. a certain remedy lot the worst! of, proof of their good qaal'tie:
cos
dceat.ROBERT P. GR Dawson, defendant. ) he ha good workmen in his employ and will war Houses will be built, and warm baths \\ill be Gravel. Alto.Vorms, by dislodging from ,s the Perhaps BO article of the kind has ever beta- offered

Ad'mr in right ,.f his wife of tine defendant, by his attorney. rant his work to be done in the best manner, and at providtc at all hours. A stable will be attached to' turnings of the bowels the slimy matter to which : to thi public! supported. by lestimonials ef a

that a rule be laid upon Thom reasonable prices. the House with good accommodation for Lorstsand I fhesccreaturesudfaere Asthmaand 1 character so decisive, from sources as respectable,
A. Green, Susanna ; Consumption,
March 10, 1838 formerly 31- in6x Josiah Dawson, Executors and le Boots footed and other repairing done on accommodating carr agts. Firm rate horses and carriages will be I Ii by rel.evmg the air \easels of the longs from the or that has given more universal satisfaction.

of the Plaintiff Richard Davr- terms i lo ktpt fur hire at moderate prices and sail and mucus,wlncfc even slight! coJJ*will ccasijii \hieh They hive the testimony of the whole? medial

NOTICE.A here at the next term of this Court, FREDERIC FILER, row boats, with perbont to manage him for the if not removed becomes hardened and produces profession in tl.eir fayor.w bile not a sing!.Ule a''

LL persons indebted to the estate why this suit should not be revi April 28, 1633. 33-tf iu>e of tisitors. Billiards and other amusements those dreadful diseases. Scurvy, Ulcers, and Ineterate ill consequences or inefficiency can be aHedgtd

jL Charles A. Nelson, are requested in their numes. And it apprann; usually found dl watering places, will also be fur \ Sores, by the perfect purity which these against them.Hundreds .

payment to the nndersigned,and all evidence,that the said Executors ire DRY GOODS. nished, and so conductt-d not to inter'ere with Life Pills give t') tLe bl
ilaims will present the same for payment of ihh Territory, hot 'live in the THE Subscriber has just rccviwt and i is now the comfort and quiet ofLhe boorJe.... The vines Scorbutic Eruptions, ar.d bail complexion, by their came acquainted with Peters Vegetable Pili;

lutbcnticated, or the same will be Carolina, it is ordered that public a general awortmehrdf DRY and l liquors will be of the best quality; and to ensure alterative effect upon the fluids innt feed the skin, which in consequence of their extraordinary gacdneas -

P. rule be mad>: for four months in a pub GOODS, suitable. for the season. a full suj-ply of ice, a cargo has already been the morbid state of which occasions all eruptive have attained a ropctiuTt cursscivtiT-

/ KER. published in this District, according ALSO 01 dcred, which will arrive about the 1st of May. complaints, allow, cloudy'and other disagreeable I ED in the history of Jfedicine:

A/ew cases of fashionable HATS Mr. F.G.Barnard, who formerly kept a p.pular com plujons. The use of these pills for a short The very circumstance alone that Physicianin

Jan.20,1858 24-If from the minute*. ( do do BOOTS t- SHOES, a superior'rlicle.. H tcl in Wadiinginn City will conduct the Hotel time, will eilectan entire cure ot Salt Rheum very : every part <>f the Jnion,but more especially in tie

1 ._ THOS. HDUVAL_ __ ,, Clerk._ n ___ A few dozen pairs of Ladies Fine Kid Shoes. for the Proprietor, who, wiih such aid, confide/.tl) .I sipelas l and striking imniovement in the clcaroestfol Ery Southern Slates, where they have lem;teen in we,

NOTICE. 7th 1838. 44m4EDUCATION. WM. H. FRANCIS. ensure the vis.tors: of List vtar. nmJ liK \< friM"r. the skin. Common Colds and Inflnenza. will are making free use of them in their practice, pe bvolumns
'
SIX MOVTH8 efter date,application will b May 10th, 1638. 40-tf iicrally, that they will receive every possible attention aI.i aysLe cured uj one dose, or by two in in their praise Add to this the fiet: that
even
Honorable Judge ol DM Count of Leon I all who uSe
? them invariable
Crt and the rte u Ient them
thereby t-i worst canes. Piles to
trri of di.miaol(com tb. of gentleman, and graduate of the FIFTY DOLLARS nEW AltO. ; expects gi.e general satis.faction. -a* a remedy for this most tlieirfrii-nds and tke in
testimony their
distressing and fa
Hezekiah Ponder,deceased.late of did county.,. obstinate malady, the' Ve eable TOT u
ANN PONDER. Glasgow, Scotland,long expe biokeout of the Gad>- The local advantages of lhi$ house are too Yo ell Life Fills deserve a distinct and emphatic : almost jrre -itable. oRs aa Ami-bilious remedy,
business "IICHAELKILLALA recom
EPHRAIM G. PONDER. of tuition and accustomed this instant. The aiJ known to need a lengthened description hera. The mendation it i, we.I: known to Lnn red, in this and to present costlveness, th.y hare no maL
March 24.18 3 and undergraduate cours Kitlala is Irishman facts that Pens is that the Oi.e fifty cent box wilt establish their character
for, and members of the South an and speaks broken English, >acoa the largest"naval station of city, proprietor of these invaluable Pills,
WOTICE.SIX wi&hcs to locate himself, is stout und about five feet seven or eight' inches the Government, the general rendezvous of the wax hiiiueif afflicted with'this -onpaint! fur up and r>rove that there b truth even in an advertise]

months from date, I shall apply to expiration, of the present year perma,) in a high, has blue tye, and fsir hair. and is considerably Gulf Sxuadion; the salubrity of its climate, refreshed wards of thirty fire years, and that be tried in vain men More. than
Comrl for a final of FWida marked with small pox. I will pay FIFTY constantly during the summer months by cverv remedy prescribed uilbin the whole two millions of boxes of these cele
G.ulsu County aa Principal of an acade DOLLARS regard fur the apprehension and de the coolest breezes from the Golf the btautyot of the 3lateriaMedica.. He,however compass rated Pills, have been sold ia the United States
from of the estate e. His lady has devoted almost 20 at length,tried -ince January.
Coleson.drcd. JOHN arduous duties of female education livery in this place of the bard KIII.IIn'1I0, was the Hay and the neighboring islands: and rivers ihe medicine which he now offers to the public, It nd 1835.
tried and whipped in.ipalachiculi, ana sentenced the abundance and delicacy of the fUli with which he was cured in a short time after l.w Dr. Peters has received upwards of fifteen ban
31 very
m6
March l ; to make it the Easiness of her lif .- recovery dred
li\ to three months ll.e wale abound, and proximity tc the bent Sou had been pronounced not only improbatle, but certificates, all given in consequence of tLeood

NOTICE. competency cnllemen aud in character South Carolina can be irrprionment.L.. J. BELL, Jailor. tl.ern nurkets, give Pensscola the preference overall a'Jbolu' ely impossible: by any humau mean. ;- done by his .Medicines..

after date will Q.uincyHayth. 1838. 40-tf p'her places inihc!c latitudes, as a healthy and DIRECTIONS FOK That the public may rest assured ofthesalatarj
SIX months ,we Letters addressed to R. L. Edmonds .lIelihtfnlsummer I U E.-Ths proprietor of effects of these pills and the truth
resort. the VEGETABLE ef Uie above
and vouchers to the C. with immediate ELLIOT'S CORN LIFE PILLS does nutfol/uw the
S. will meet CURE.DR. base the
statements fallowing
Firat letiers
boats wifl
rate between and from medical
Judge of the County Corrtof Leen ; ELLIOT'S PLASTER run Pensacota and mercenary practice of the quacks of the day, in of ftnIlemen
has
been the
used with Mobile, and will at all time be able first
respectakility are
to take the advising most
be from the passengers persons to take his Pills in rupee
pray to discharged / large quantities.
NOTICE success : And wherever it has from the New Orleans boata. No fully submitted
good medicine
the estate of Hezekiah Ponder, deceased.ANN can possibly Le
been so
Term .f the County Court of Leon introduced, has superseded the use of other N. B. ARNOLD. These Pills are to be taken required.
PONDER at ted time
E. G. PONDER in the year 1839 we shall present remedies for the cure of Corns/ Pcnsacola, Feb. I 15, 183834-tf for a week or fortnight every nigbi CLARKSVILLZ MccKtzustrRC Co. Vj.eOiuarjr .
according to tbe
f 38Union and voucher, and apply for a final A few appljcalfon* wiM entirely remove the largest Gentlemen wishing to engage rooms for their families of the disease. The usual doe i i. from obstinacy J817.

April 14'i discharge ns Executors, of the cs corns, and prevent further pam. can address the proprietor at 1'ensacold, or cording to the constitution of the 2 to 5, ac Dna SI.: I embrace the opportwjiiy of express

Bankfof i Williams, d .cea!ed. Price 50 cents per box, with directions fer use. Mr.SewellT. Taylor! at New Orleans the 'former icate persons should begin ith but person. Very del ing to you my gratification at toe which has
For Sale in TdllahaMce at the Drue Store ofWADDEL two, and in attended the
by the Board of :EN II. CHAIRES: ) proprietor. crease as the nature of the case administration nf jour valuable Pill
ORDERED for tha transaction of PETER CHAIRES- Lxecutors- RANDOLPH & LEWIS. References- Sandfoid Esq Mr. C Cullum, more robust, or of very costive may habit require; those in this section of country. It ia a common fault
1838. May 18ih, 1838. 41-lf 3. McAlpin Esq.,Lieut. Mobile S with 3 may begin with those who compound nnd vend medicines -
future be fro 10 o'clock 0. m. until 2 34 6m's K'bby, T TayPl ,and increase to 5, or even 5 pills,and I patent
Janc9 44 JOHN r, P Rea. New Odesa.s. will effect a aufHri nil* i..r>nw ..I.j ..-__ ._ __? 'they-. to say too much in their faror but from what
a gtl111.1 Dmf STORAGE, STORAGE, Ac. patient in their farther- use.-rrj These vucusc iu gnine me I have seen of the effects of your Fills, 1 do pot
Pills
sons Robert Gamble Jr. undersigned respectfully informs the Subscriber has taken tie' Store formerly COTTON BROKERAGE occasion sickness and sometimes i think as yet they have received unmerited praise.
MY and atljacent counties, that he has THE J. B. And unless vomiting,though very seldom Six months ago they were almost
G. Gamble Jr. and my by Peachy Esq., at Saint Commission Merchant. the stomach is very foal; this,however entirely unknown

Parkliill E&are my agents, and DATIO C. WILSON histttomey .Marks Hnd will attend: to the Storing and subscriber would infO m his friends.and be considered a favorable symptom, as the may in this partof Virginia,they are BOW tht
patient
t lUSllelS my absence from Pitt's patent Cotton CULTIVA forwarding of such articles as may be a&t ten- THE public in general, that he has commenced will find himself once relieved,and by : most popular pills we have. In dispepaia and sick
01) JOHN G. / invites the Planters to call ed to his care. By diligent attention to Ilia business the business of Cotton Broker and Commission ance will soon recover. Tuey usually persever with headache, derangement of the biliary organs, and

.I J If 9 44IMl. fur themselves.C. F. CLABAUC/7. he hopes to obtain a liberal share of public iMeichant.in the City of New Yoik, and is now in 10 or 12 hours, and never give pain operate, unless tie obstinate aperient more constipation of and the efficacious.bowelx, I know of so
Patronage. WILLIAM H. MATTERS. bowels prompt
are much
prepared to receive Cotton and other very encumbered
"
intended
produce They
Dec. 26 1834. 21-tf may be Their mildness
Si. Marks, May 19 41 taken ihe and certainty ot action render
I. A M. RANDOLPH for this market, which he will dispose of on by most delicate females under any cir them a safe and efficient

lo'-ued LAW NOTICE. commission, and flatters himself, (hat fiom long omstancis -It is, however, recommended that viduals purgative for weaklj indi

t ; profe"ionthenice himslrn to ,b RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY Charles S. Sibloy acquaintance in the Northern and Southern mar those in Later periods of pregnancy,should take but of those and injurious may be given at all times without soy
I.VIG will : kets lie shall be one ata time, and thus consequences that frequently re-
at the office of Dr. J. I W. practice in all the Courts V. S. enabled togiveialisfaclion tosuchas continue to keep the bowel* unit! from the
; ul 'Street.Jfay I and will attend to such business Attorney Middle District of Flo. muy feel disposed to patronise him, not only m open: and even two may be taken whcrt tbe pntienl pill long continued nse of colon,el or blue

't 4t I to his care. Office in tile luild- OFFERS his professional services as Attorney the sale of i heir produce but i.i the investment of is tery costive. One pill in a solution of two On the whole consider

occupied by Call and Walker. at Law, in the collectr.i' of any part of the proceeds, they may order or direct. tablespoons all of water, may be given to an in them a valuable discov
$200 REWARD. 1637. 13-tf debts 4-c.in Middle Florid He will attend all JUSTINIAN F. DAVIS, fant in tt e following doses a tea spoon full ery. Very respectfully,

PROCLAMATION BY EltSHI1 the Courts in the Middle DiMrict. No. 60, Water Street, two hours till it operates ; fur a child from- one every to Dr.Jus. P.Peters. 8. H.HARRIS, M. D.

J .John P. Du Val Secretary & : have this day entered inta Office in Munroe Street, in the building formerly New York. five"n.years old"_, half_h__a_pill__and from 5 to 10, one pill.HITTERS -
Governor of Florida* occupied by \V ro. Wilson, as a Book Store.Tallahasee KCFEREKCE5. -. UI 1"11lLi'\IX
under the firm of Talt Holt ,are so called, because CHABLOTTI .
., WHEREAS, it has been represented May liih. 1838. 40tfREMOVAL. R. IF. Williams, Saml. Reid. Gor. Branch, Tal they possess the power restoring the expir Dt AR SIR: .J have made, Caa1st,1811.

ASA SMITH, of Newnansville, Est S. S, TAFT lahassee. Jav Laiiier & Co-, duincy. J. B. ing embers of health to a glowingvigor pills in the frequent use of your
throughout incipient
charged with the murder of ABNER GEORGE G.HOLT, Collins, fonticello. W. J. Bailey, Magnolia. the constitution, as the Phoenix ianiu to be restored atmate Const rlltions stage ot the of Bilious Fever,and a&-
a soldier ot the U- States 4lh Infantry, W. G.Porter, Apalaehicola. Craig fc Daffin, St to life from the ashes of its own dissolution. of Bowels 'also in the
fiom enlargement the
have committed in the town and GEORGE MILLER. REMOVED Berry's How No. 4., to the Joseph.Feb. Phoenix Bitters The spleen chronic Duensvs .f the
i 1, 1S37. 51 occupied by Messrs. G. H.& are entirely Vegetable, composed of liver,sick headache.general idebilitf, and
ISM.
{ 3. many
11th aslant has 26-vl found
said the May roots
on in
; only certain other
T. E. Linj1 bcrger.corner Munroe and Jelferson partS of the Western diseases, and in all cases found them to give
cape : lcc, Leon Superior Court. Sire is. CENTER &. KEEN. HOUSE AND LOT FOB SALE. country, which will infallibly cure FEVERS AND relief. --J. D.BOYD JI.D.
I ,
Now therefore in pursuance of law, of Florida, January, 181S. undersigned will liner HOUSE AND AGULS ot all kinds ; w U'never fa I to eradicate Dr.J.P.Peters.

by offer a reward of Two hundred .' Compla ant ) NEW DRUG 8TO11H. THE situated in Calhoun street, oppositethe entirely all tbe effects of Mercury' infinately sooner
and of the
than the
fur the apprehension delivery most
dwelling of R. B. K rr, Eq. Foi terms powerful preparataons of
vs. >In Sarsapnrilla MECItLE
,! Smith in any jail in the District 0 East Green defend't. Chancery- THE Eubfcribers have formed a co-partnersh.. to ihe subscriber the premises. apply ,. and will immediately cure the determination'of Having' used BUQ.Co.Va. b,7th,183r.
Dr.
and Ido and require ) in the the BLOOD Peters Pflls in practice fb.
hereby enjoin al Drug business, under the firm ot TO THE HblAD my
LEAH
fails in the
BRYAN. ; never the last
i twelve
in : by 'jtfttctory'evidence, that the months, I take in
and rigitant sickness,iccideot pleasure giving
pelCeofcrlo b TVaddel, Randolph dc Lcvris. May 19 to Young Fane ales
of Thomas Jefferson Green, is not an 41A be found certain ;" aod will my 'esumony.oflheu gOOd effects cases oV dis-
a
Asa .Smith, sometimes known by the the United States, bnt resides in the They have just received and now offer f sale, CONTRAST. debility *wraknessof remedy in all cases of nervous pep.a, sck, headache, bilious feven and other diaensesproeluced -
the
it is ordered that said one door north of Mr Birge's establishment most impaired consti
the
de- clothing
Fulwood, is about five feet seven or ti A LL nations, from the remotest ages, have had tat ions. At a remedy for chronic and by Jncapacity.of tfver.
Monroe iutf
here on or before the IStli Octo on street, a geneaal assortment of arumatory They.re m.safe and .tnilel '
well formed. E6. the
and aperient
but Columbus Rheumatism being
high, tight complexion, ships, only found oat the ,he efficacy the Phoenix
of answer the complainant: bill, or the FRCSH DRUGS, MEDICINES, POINTS acd way Bitters will best article. of the, kind I hate .
relations in the lower part Georgia. to America. Before the time of th,great Spanish be demonstrated by the use of I ever nped.GEpC.SCyTTM.D.
bottle
posed he *rill eadearorto nake iiU escape for confessed against him, and OIL?, together with a variety of Perfumery and navigator,people were only enabled to paddle about usual dose of these bitters is half a one wiae The .
thereof decreed aaticles glaas-'frill l
f .lie
things toilet
as. Olren under ray hand' .n seal DU, this ordered that a copy of accordingly.this order ,' fancy.711 oidcrs from r PhysiciansPlanters and the shores. Just so wj.tb the Lile .Vedicines. h ia in water or wine, and this quantity may be taken, ,The,following i is horn a "'nlghly respectable planttrofBiirkeCoVCa
of May, 1838. P. country but two short 'since I firsteulare.1 two three limes "
or
years an a day, about half :
for nine months be upon an hour before ,
some news merchants"wi1l thankfully recth ed and faithfully
-. Secretary an d Acting ,known ocean,and 1 hare di covered the preerous meals, or a less quantity be taken "Peter's Pills I have
Hi .. in this District. attended to 15-tf may at all Limes. given Inem a fair trial;
:object was i ia searebof-HEAL'l'H To those who
Vegetable are afflicted with pearly three doen
THOS. indigestion
u. DUVAL CI'k W. W. WADDEL. after boxeahaving been used on J
.
.ldtT"E.uL medicines were indeed known, when I meals, these bitrers will
-23-lamSro J. H. RANOOLPH.< commenced prove invaluable, as they plantation within the last year and their administration
r u : .. "B. C. LEWIS. my search, bui their ue was not. By the use of Very greatly increase the action of the principal vis has been attended with more success haft
3Ue from Ctujncy JEWELRY I them. 1 have not onlv oessed (rom ih" i<*;./.i..i : cera, help them '
& ? to perform their functions_ ..._ medicine I have
". I n u __,_aM_ .._- any e1'er'D. d; And f take pleasure
chee which will always leave valid to the hale, and active;;nfbi ; bje
has on hand a handsome,sop- 'NOTICE.HE hearty e : the stomach to'discharge into the bowels what in recommending them,u> my friends and
UM arrival oMUnaa.! from .Tallab'aaaee.. ? abuvc articles, which he will sell butcomparatively speaking*! have renewed my ever is offensive: Thus indigestion u and pe hbors.-The? are handy safe, and efflei"1
on subscriber informs easily,
als .four tors his friends and Uie rub.lie '
? prepared to nus, I'can thus with .
.. youth confidence ir. speedily
.i. He removed and
the number of passengers we sack.. j hai in his employ two expe ... .'. that he has purchased the entire stock in ;advise. with fellow citizens.my own experience theabsorbent ,appetite restored,and the mouths need but a trial to be' approved.
makers, and he/ assures the public my Does vessels being cleansed nutrition HENRY P. JONES.
of Do & ,
coDrenieA lie will VAL HUt'CHllfsand the.busineaawill
caanot y carry the reailer want proof, that the VEGETABLE facilitated, and
stage no pains to have their strength "
work dene bwreafwx be continued in his or bodyand Prepared by JosJPri'wilv PbtersJM. D. at his
tinue to korse coach from. in own name in the same LIFE MEDICINES are suitable loh:. mmd the energy o ,
rDv, pJe it'will the best manner. btore occupied by them.. He returns:'his thanks to I hare.on fiie at office 367 own case ? lars art happy results. Fot further particu .u>s.tiiduoa for the care of.obatraate diseases by
ofMOFFAT-tf
mL my ,
wbi' has resumed the Gun Broadway hnndre4a LIFE
Smith but PILLS
the for 1 ,and PHOENIX means of
Stages from Aiftttiu r public ; the liberAl encouragement lit has received retter" frl'llR vegetable remediesI No 120 Liberty
o( some ef the BITTERS
in;their M".C will have. I shop and will he happy to attend and ba soliciUs a cORtinuaoce of t the same. chi.nsof this native land most respectable apply'at Air..MofjUt',Office, No 367 StreetNe. York. Each,box.eontaina, pills,-
New"
aeal. & 111 that line.I my voluntarily offered BroaHway, York where
He has hand and the Pills Price .
on wi'I continue (albe fifty cents
e&ee over or'Cept thoM coining I I FREDERICK TOWLE. I to keep.a: general in testimony of the virtue of a A GOOD obtau'.d'or 35 cent 50. ,
man line fr .t 4uat' I assortmentofsuch,good.,as are necessary ,for the TABLE..AJEDICINE. -t ,VEGE-I and the Bitters for cents, or 91 per:.box ; !icyThese mraluable Pillaare sold wiotesal*
: 22-tf 81 l or9 '
sta leave ,..r town and country trade. He' invites'all those who Psrsons whose constitutions have been cer'ificales per botUe! >JCPNtiroerons and retail in.TaUahas e.-1 at Naw ,Yctk 'rices)

At thre o'clock A..M
o'clock, P. M.; And returning, will lea hereby itiven to the subscribers and settle ibesame. prdcrsfiom' the.country will of tie- day will bear me witnesi, that the Life Me ,In STEWARD BARNARD,,

bride the aext morning at 4. o'clock. of this Bank,.that,their title to he punctually ai}? ded to. and.oods furnished at dicines,and such only, are the true coarse to. chronic.some obstinate and coraplctted cases of and WADDEL, RANDOLPH&JLEIFIS* f
> and
jvipars the lowest -v permaient -
market
JOHNM. fqr ,lamination to Charles price/ good health. inflammatory RheoDratis'n,' I/v'er Abo fir Sale in M atk dJo ty A..WIRICK-
I. H. The highest prices-given forntlltfnds .OH.Y.AfOFFAT. Complaints, Fever and /igue. Dyspepsia 1 Itt Dr.DAVIDSON.
-w. 4. -When reported ati ofeountry I f .PaJsy, Qulncy,by "
II iii. te, ., bonds.will be upon to.lhe faaorlly, produce.. ALEX.'FORMYDUVALTallahaisee GENERAL REMARKS RELATIVE Piles, injuries from the use of mercury, qVaine, And. nInquiry a bekad'ia all the-pnBeiJtel

.SIX: WeeVt from the date,hereof;'J JOHN PARKHILL tent parties Cashier.for ., April 23,1838.- 38tf.FOR FATS LIFE PILLS AND PHCENIX TO JIOF- and '6'her diseases oC Long ataading .uay be tawna i ia F rida.( forfiaa d .Alabama.

the Hon. the Jpdfe of the County: ; BITTERS. found necessary to' take bOth t he.Life Pills,and ICtJaBe eafefol.,and enquire. for ,PiTcas VMX-

LeoQ County, for leare 40 el( the reA SALE. These medicines have long been known the Phoenix. BittersID" ; the dose, before. leconi-. t' Plu. ,
James JBrymo )aU pf said CoD irl.e and ap mended. ," '' 40tfStEVVAkT.il
!
LightJersey with"
t NOTICE.' SEVERAL rfaggon'a r- preciated, for their extraordinary and ImMediate ; 1 :
ZA, : r haviDf l rmed.a' copartner complete Also two or three horse I po ers restoring perfccfhealtfcVtft; N. B.-These 'Pins rand the fitters will[ji all 1

r .A.Cut 11, /I to 1 hereafter conduct wagons. ,, >FJ4.H.'FJ? NCIS.( lenng mercury out of the system infinitely faster BARNARD
the .
\ Drug. busines-, i Dec. 30 1837. > unjex.nearly.fverykifMi.o ;i is. ue to which"1 best than the .. -
'-. 9ir i preparations of I" '
J" 7 r.1To the human frame Is liable! Sarsaparttl. and
.
/ U :- are a certain i
.L .i. Ul e, .. remedy for.the* VB.jQii f e from lie. York arl jbltimore .
Ar BABNABD. 1'1h many h OOreds"or:'eertifieiHhiUnces 'titey rushing><>f'blood tolnehejd. .,H. '
Subscriber T Ol\fAS'B'ALTZ ,or.all violent ,* frrsb iupplr of DRUGS t MED
THE feve constantly on be ffturid afthe oid iitinA: {u Lt, hare even rescued sufferers from the-very : headaches, tie doaleureox, Af All .
fa'nnerly verge ICINES.-Alao PANOTrARTICiES;Perfumery
who
f
aaoru
LBATBEH .
.* m petaoes are
predisposed
COUNSELLOR of
n untimely arter alltHe
i KB.: Perkins;:'opposfte the 'mar. 4oATrORNEY'A7LAW,1 grave, deceptive no*, ic. > apoplexy,:palsy, and' ,All of which ther
tot Gin Baixisjrtr8 si4 Carriage To**, trums had should never!be without the Drugsest'aOUwWfT*
Lift the
-II V : T"t*!f4>lW7i.ouDi. V ortb.dlY ttert, liiledj'tnd; to PiH ] or Vf '
{ many Uvb VialilK
., Also etautaats warrant good
flhoca i BiUaisforoqe dn. in
rail 'awortmcnti of Medicines ILL "jft1' ) >u & to.business, in fy. thousands they have permanently secbrid thalunf- e time will aa,valife.Tile, i be {q-
t > tiitat JbWd ti >'
HAIRfor ,.ffll of wfu'ei II C ediialize the clrculaltai ,. I I ,'ABVODJ awor raay
n of form of health without ;,of the bipod and ,dtw
enjoyment wh h
p6eaIsJ'tnd'tb'e"Sup rioT .
lift
Patent .
Medl AaDa- Conns iueir .
loir ftc cash,ot in ann for:aide,at ; ; ifi'd FraQltlra partial blessing. craat.indeed he rtstore'persfiratioo, -
tell
BROWN a to nothing bat rraulne arti Coiinties their .BOUCK'! P NA'CU
and throw .
off
Itel"lft bero\JD at hisofflteon!the fficacyanTl\rlabttua' i every'impurity,by the elthe .
Htrndrvd inlalljbly proved
J. EDWIN jwrea
TlltlbnlU.be, STEWART, M.DJ: foot : that It skStt.- SWAIM'S :"t' )l_
\ ttre t Eaatfof the Court House has appeared acanely lM '. .
: Square ararracQloua VT'
t"
f EDWARD 'BARN..RDJri ;near to fans to those ifl t NDIAN .
-tO \" \\'ij' rl' ..J residence' ; w teb.tbten't'oo, prorewoflaJ btsinets.\ wbt were unacqnainted.withlhetbeaiitiiullvphl. .11 i I : Uh's '\ 1 lit ad.. ti Jii .
1 8E OO"U'ji Deo JO1837.t1 Al1 A H.
: .u 11 loaophical principles 'whkJi conl
INDERY..i. : 1 :
'i 11-'f rrport they are .
; AW
.-uA J'I." .I'J ; .. pouwtea,and upon .which they I i- r ri IMPORTANT NQTIC5. N '_' te and VJSfeMd Pillf, : '
S"UW:1' ,jf ,.opened fatifdtrin.Tal- LE8L .eowequedthiict nPuoa hQC1t e.Lir.,*j ediei8tA.&el GtJJIghaDs F8YerAt 11 1 '
wa. :
If tftfceir'Bunifeat
:4. tl1'.OIPSON.I euibi
!
ued
M .
fr to xecw:aU wanchca action la'aa. .Ae-P.il" f '
tjll Ch
1 .uicteaat quaDtt es tt Q"U icJb '
.t4 "J '
nfylnfftte 'i'f 'J ;
A., .1. .iaji cl channels
j O I r... Ing them renawej ton ao4 JP' C'r.th o..y"lJ1el bo ...LJa Rwiiuti T fixi I\A.ti-Bi1i01Jl; fiUlsJ.dkiM
I 'It1 t vigpr.-that :
they
,
"J I. ,9 Q :
T..LUuun. J'to1tJD S'. were J xfd'1"-- al. iMlruJ Oi" nf 6r ld..
fIX..eek.aft riatTliKlwipiJmdftofiltfCeWCom l' ; fat ball.i UUen, fe,,.r '<, i I..A VINO rilu\t Uie practice cf.hli Foftllitn I th.a4i w WJhWr AMrpontaheow MP''F rio. 'W M'.b tV5iri itowel apon of tholJi en 'blJt Jio!:. .:" :. TOeUacr-"Ua. .1b-1D f-h
OA paid to e tJ '
re-Wndiax old beok 1'.0 willth'eJ. indivkU 'or't r .'detrc .b ;
,romptaUeQ q La'1I11 oahiwhoa te 'or '11" ,CQJJtu prQnq.r tlded : : .
U" .. liye they had obviottslyaaved.; 9' _. h. .J'
: it. I fD&rut.ed 10 b"ch. i.. r. l a' .
.
Ut1 m A. DIt of d
teUert.1.' .. *. 0 ra.plNp .tape tr DOUtut Tie proprntor rewieei!J.(he t. tDJ..i. ,X. 4 _, i- ".ry -

... .OT.SdlSitJ,' a.' -Jli..1D..h.lwtGU'a"..... iddtI,.. -DiuriM ot ,t>. .i.t aad.buu'C QJI olJ Jdby &1\ U hr rs/diftok *.opptwtooiir affor ..a yt yata. v.j I a'o\i P nulJ;A .. Gl&b f, .
.dt
111 City 'at 'Store.titJ A
: "UT, Dit' ; / 1 :l 't,1t.- : l'oIB| bU.VEQSTABLB'UFflt Drif id"'rot"coiUt.'Al'd'fI,. ,'T"AII\'I\-
ajTr-A : i .;06It 6ft Ik. iIU or W .. ;..#,W J DDZL, RANDOLPH.*LEWIS --af'.t ',
/ f lainctOa&iu.. !bWt."d ii7ii ;
-. IM7.. \ 10-tf r.b. I 1838 -' 1'IO !'u4 reaeh orenrT -rwby. 8TAt r +,MADOI viia
IOIIuItUftit :
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