<%BANNER%>

NEH UFSPEC UFPKY LSTA SLAF



The Floridian
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00293
 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 20, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00293
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

Full Text
'.. ,
,
,. t.oto" ." -. .4 ..
"1'Op. 1.1 "" ') M.'


I'1 / -/t 4 I -
/ / ) ( ( : : v


( :

I .

.

< "

.

1 / .1

: 1

.L : __ ..
.= --- = .- .- 1_______._ ___-.m "1
THE FLORIBIAW. : : ..' Sarream*!? ti" Mort1Lgd bJ'-LWhCk sad
;J
Is published every Saturday, at FivcDollan ranl1lm. L near tbc rooaUx fAaddrrin> ,to Hartford. '* .

Mid IM,advance.paid within the year,-or Foci Dollars THE F< O''D"lr1t.N: ; From k',.,. by ;Uo

AD\'EanSEItItNft ins,rted at One Dollar per Fjrwn frudjtr's ..enwero U..''y .' lao..ot. I.
sonare of fifteen line or less, for the first insertion '. .,.., lease Pipkin and Reuben Roark and Grey Cook to .

and fejli cents for each subsequent insertion. From KkeTifle by .. Loyd-s TSoms.'. ;:

Adreruxnwnts not; marked with the number "LAISSEZ BOU-S AIRE' eroM-road' Wheeler Hanson's. Kirkland, ned ;

iaseition required, will be continued until forb1do'Dd .' : Shel n'., to Call'. nlllang..' >.jI

charged for. f From Purdy.by Rocwm's bridge and 3titanra 1
,
with'ibe !
Letters to the Editor on business connected ..
g 4l0b1 OOtt1)'anl'1 0. to Riplej.Fora .
establishment- most be putt ptzii.q 1.t gj Y : = '_" -. Sarutub. by Ctll1j'[ .)d iLi.akwi's1IrP7toCtTOlievitle. -J
-- -- -- ;
-a r--- I '-. .
F.MAY DAVID Notice.V. WILSON are "1&U.OI1ltl' 1 1mQR3Dm 1I I B7 AITTHOBITT. *PEN MSY LV ANIA. thec down Lick creek to New river,up same to Frmn SerzjUe to Sweden faiu. i '.Jf ."

J during my absence from the Tern- From Hulisgsburg, via Mkhael Traverse' Ro.eCorbett' the mouth of Greeobrier.river, t Palestine, thenceto :TGlDpkm-yiDe.
LAWS OF TR* ONITED STATES, PASSED AT THE SECOND .
and will! transact any business committed to milk R. D. LawaoaTs mill. Orr's tavern, Lvlrg From bende'raoa to Cariow.
then;. J. B. BULL. SESSION OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH COlfca s. KiltAning.4 George Rosa's mills to Leedibnr,. CAROLINA.From From'Monroe to Hart County,by Sah--oIr ;.o Z j

Tallahassee. July 5, 1833 **-tf PUBLIC-No. 172. From Apdlo, via McAIisler's, Pitt's mills, Low.r For crelc, via Fishdarn, Hancock's store Utile Barren river to Edmonton. :

Crooked Creek, salt.work. and Eillaning, to Orsville. or cronroad., to Chapel bill From Lawreooeborg,bj tho way of Van 'Burea, .
Oil. F. 8. BEATTIE 0, An ACT to establish certain post routes and to discontinue From WeWon t HaWa.xthence to 0 near to Tsylorsville. .

FFERS hii Professional services to the cm- other From Reading via MolMown. Hunter's forge, En\Vaynesborough, aad South Washington, From ChapUia to HarrodabOrg/ ; I

O tens Tallahassee and the adjoining country. e CJm.lfD See. 1. Be it enacted by the &nde and House Klinesville, Michael SchafTer's and FeatherolAville. to Wilmington; teo to Cfaaiteston, South Carolina. From Montkello, via AJabu,. to Bonkrf flki .
Hit office is Adam Street.coiner of Clinton,opposite AUCTIONEERAND of of the United of From .'
on ; Representatives States America From Sbdocta, via Warren and North Wash Glasgow, Kentucky.to Hartsvifle, .TeDI
tbe residence ofj. Wcstcott, Jr. Esq. in That From via Hoylesville, Spring mills :
Congress assembled. the following be established inglon to loPiltsburg. Ln'olntor. nes ee. .
Tallahassee. Jaly 6th. 1838. 48-tf Commission Merchant as post roads: From New Alexandria,via New Derry, to Johns-and t Yorkyie. Sooth Carolina, and TENNESSEE..

Notlcei "- : AbI Wt41lI"t Wednesdays& Saturdays. town. returning via crek. : ,
MAINE. From Lynehbarg, W. W.Gill'e store
From Whetfield mills and EJij&b
HE Co-partnership heretofore existing under Notice. From Unity to Thorndike. From Greinsburg,via Mnrraysville, Logan's ferry Jericho, Waynesbop Fleek'e Petersburg,to Ceraerevilfe. .
< day the name ofSrF.lIM & MADDEN is ibis I I From West East Alter's store, North Washington, JVellvaine's From Eaton Forked Dew
subscriber having obtnaied letters of Ad. Eddington to Eddinpton. From Pickens court-house, South by torapike.aid Rig. ;
I h dissolved by mutual 1 consent. All these hav- THE upon the estite of Henry How FromGardiner via Light's Corners and Stear. store, and Congroity meeting-house, to Greens- through Macoa and Hay wood cuatie Caroln do.. hey to Fulton

; sag Claim( against the said firm, will proeent the'Ue ard, deceased, all persons indebted to said estate moot, to Belfaht. burg. the Tuskegee river, brJohn B. Love's and Scroop From Paris by Caledonia Fleming's Chriatasav
f..r payment, arid all this due the said firm I From From Brrnnie.! via Greenfield and Columbia, villa and Shad Grove to Sooth .
Goodwin's Mills Gi.
will please make immediate payment, and thou, Saco by ,to Alfred. Euloe's to SeiuyilTeID: ,
J settle their accounts with P. II. Swaiin, who is having claims will present them within tbe time o From Acton corners, via Milton Mills and Union to city. From F.ll post office Catawba-creek post of.1 From Gallatia by- -. ,..' Keasbore' (
authorized; settle the via Venice
to same. From and -
Catnonnburg, o allinsvillr toEIktoa.
7 prescribed by law. A. M .tLEX.-\N DER. village to Middleton corner New Hampshire. Webler' fice. :
H SWALV
P.
Raccoon.
St. Mar'rs July 6, 1838.-48-tf From Alfred to New field. lo FronrStatesville to Mount Airy, Surry county. From Masts by Shady crossing the Stone un-
LEVI A. MADDEN, From Eden From E tunplown,via Mount Zion, to Lebanon. Lain at Bakers thence
to Bar harbor. From Middletown Hyde County, to some pointon gap by Elijah Doagbepty't
business will hereafter be conducted under NOTICE.A .
The From Meacu Tnscarora
Daniel From Watcivillo;via Clinton, Troy North Dix- thiough valley, to Wa- the Chickacomica bunks, in said county. ia Jobaaea eouatyj tbene to Koine's ez.k5aad
the style and name of p H, SW AIM &CO. L persons indebted to the estate of terford.
mont,and Hermon to Bangor. From Hillsdale Madison Dan river. up the same to Taylorsville Ash North-
St. JTJi ks, July 2, IR38 48.3m Qantt dec. are required to make immediate From Mercer to 0 county
to the subscriber. From Dover, via Lower village, Atkinson, Westley. From Hilliiboruugh, by Samuel N Fale's store Carolina to Taylorsville Teaarr lee.

Notice. payment E. LOOCKERMAN, Executor. I Wingale's corner and Milo village, to Killmarnock. From Newcastle, via Easlbrook, to Harlansburg. and Willing, to Rock Creek or Fogleman'e. From Lagrange to Tusensnbia Alabama. .. .

mot 81JOk of Account of the Subscriber, ore July 10th, 1838- 49.tf o From Fish's Mills in tnwnchip number four in From Newrute.by Pulsski,Sharon and Clark- I post office. From Sulphur springs. ,by Do"'_ ferry.,to Dec'

.'-L left in the hands of J. W. Childs at the the sixth range west from the east line of the State i e, \Wet Gren ie. I From either Fair Bluff or Porter Swamp's offices atnr. ;
P antert Hotel. Ail persons indebted thereoN, are COPARTNERSHIP. to Mattawamkeag point. From Shamokin post office, to Fountain to either Leesville or Lumberloa. From Mount Pleasant via Napier and Caltroa.

jested to call and settle by note or otherwise; aWE have this day rntrrcd into a(partnership underhe From Bangor, via South Levant to Stetson. .pring.SchuylktU county. From Shallolle, by Died Boazroan' to While iron works Lawrence county, via Buckaer aad ;
req their accounts will be left with a Justice of the ntmeof CEVTER and KEEV, for the transaction of a From Mathias to \'C.lley.From Montournill to John Barber's mills, Marsh office. Di OQ'. store,to Waynesboroaga.
or .
Peace for collection. GEORGE FIS//ER. Grocery Jan. I,and 1838 Provision 33 (bu tf ine. JOHN WILLIAM B. KEEN.CENTER. Lewiston falln, at Danville, by the river Plunket From Caledonia Owniliip., via the first fork of Bennett's From Norwood's Store via. Rocky river Springsand From Somerville, by Brown1* store Starkly* )

June *3. I BJi. road, to Livermore fails.NEW Jacob Efvrds, to Mount Comfort. Hare's, Littlejobn'Wtl"Titus bridge, ;
-' BLANKS. branch of the SinueaaLonmg creek, to Couders- From Bcatty,on Black river, via James Allen's, to Hernandp, M.. .
I For SaTel General Assortment of Blanks printed no HAMPSHIRE.From to J. R. Corbett's. From CarrolbvUle to Lexingtoa.

i ONE two horse Jersey Wagon, hung on springs A good paper, for sale nt this Office. Lancaster via Whitefield and Carroll, to port.From Hazleton, via East Sngarloaf to Wilkes- From Carthage to Greensborough. From Liberty, by abort mountain, to Matsebea :}
Two one home Wasonj.June Blank Deeds White Mountain. I be
Jersey
t Justices Executions, ire. From Newcastle by Brier Creek, Mulberry Gap tcr. I
r: 9.U_WM. //. FRANCIS Suiv.moi, Bills of 'Sale'S'lbp From Colebrook, via Errol and Letter B; to An- From Cumberland, Maryland, via Wellcrsbnrg, Laurel Spring and John Williams',in Ashe County, From Cox's creek Knox ceualy,to Mount Bethel t-
dover Maine.
AGENCY AT WASHINGTON CITY na'ttornr, )" Declarations, to Berlin. North Carolina, to the mouth of Wilson Creek Va. Roane county. ,
Warrants, Reconirances. From North Huvmill, via Woodville,West Bath, From Bath to Kleckncrsvillc. From Pleasant Garden by Turkey Cove through From Perry ville,by Cup creek spring*, to Lexington. '
;
F1 IRANCIS DICKENS of the tilY ofWa hington lc. &.'. A.C. &.c.A ,Nynian, North Lyrnam, Vet Littleton, and Lower From Philadelphia, via Frankford, Fox Chase, Yancy County North Carolina, to Elizabethtown, -
f'
having reti:ned the appointment
Waterford .
to Pingrcville.From
Sorrel Davisville ,
horse.
From Ball Moaroa
lur.tington Tennessee. play
Springic
CAUD. to AastiuGlenn's
several in the and War county, ;
h'bim lor has undertaken years the Treasury Claims Have the honor and satisfaction announcing Peterborough, via JefFrey, Factory villageand Richhoroiigh, Nrwtown, Dnlington, From Washington to Portsmouth and Ocracoke. on Cane creek, aaw eoa ty.. '<
Departments Agency
I Rindge to Winchcndon.
before Congress, and other branches ufthe overn- to the fri ndsof the P.iJe Institute of Florida" ville, to Pcnnington.New Jersey. From Fayettvile. up the Cape Fear River on From Red bridge Aawkiae. county to AUaa'e f-
; = Erom Union village, via Brookfield,North! Wolfe- From : Flzer'n: mill, Lucinda
bhippensvil'e by
including commissioners under treaties and that the woik is progressing with eerT hope of success the west ferry BUlock's store station same county. f
incDt, lciel'
the ration public, offices. lie will attend totall The continuance of our Indian difficulties borough From Exeter and Water via East village, to Tuflonborough. i Furnace, and John Weter'l settlement to TiuncHta. Raleigh,Johnson's and Draugha's store, to From Kingaport, along the Stanlj valley road toRo l'
is the it has been Kingston.South Hampton ersville. .
claims the of primary reason why not brought Fayellevil'e. ;
pre-emption for public l.mJII-claiml- procuring for hor&ei lost pa in to the consideration Congress this session. That and From New town,to Haverh.il!,Massachusetts 1 From Policy's mills: via Blacksville Wayne-- From Raleigh to Gray Sill's. From MaryvJIe. by ifoatvaley springs,Cbeoev, ;

service of the Unilrd Sta.es-property destroyed patriotic: and enlightened body will doubtless view Centre Conrord, via Bow, End Dunbarton, and burgFrom Foom /fillsborough to Boxbrough. Valley river and BlamviDe,to Dah1oa., Geor
I invaliJ, revolatiunary and pensions. .t in the light in which .it has htea viewed l hy the GoffVtown, to Piscataqnog village. Forest lake, by the Choconut creek road From Canton, via ,
navy lemleron Raeigh.
| claims for revolutionary i>criccfvluti, <.r for com- !eflccting and feeling of the na1llln. an a work of From Bedford, via Goffulowni, Hopkinton, Warner to Union New York. From Henderson Wiiam.borugh From Knoxville bylAaini Unilia Morgantown .

i m'l.Ition. halfpay, bounty land, m well those mmense usefulness,charity, and I beauty, and altogether and New London, to ha never. From Leroy, via Granville, and Leonard's hollow From Pillsborough Eve's mills, Rockville aDd Midway, to

urainii the state of Virginia the United Slates; worthy the patronage of a great nnd maglanirm.ns From Eaton, via .Freedom Noilh Parsonfield, to Springfield. From Seagle's. store Clpll PelerVarlik'* store to A then .
t nation. Whatever Le ill if sue and Limerick to Holli*, Maine. From Sweden, via to Harrion From
.UtlailJ18! rvil1; out .f contracts whh the government. may Ulyjces ney.Frcm Mull grove. Kelivsvillo, via Loaves, old ferry-Nkka-
(>r damages sustained in c..n..queflce of I hope my Allow citizens will believe me, when From Kingston via Brrnlwood, Epping,Nottingham Wrightsville. via Yoholi, Graliamville, SOUTH CAROLINA. jack across Raccoon mountain,to Sqainreltowa ia

i the .v t.on. or conduct of the g.iver.imr And indeed I s.'y, that it i ill the honor nnd happiness of ray fellow Northwood, Pilt.field, Barnstead, and Gil- and McCall'n ferry, to Peach bottom. From Damascus to Mooresborougli North Carolina. Georgia. r.aU

business before Cengrcss or the public cn aturu. I am seeking, and the advancement malaton iron work, to Guilford. From cross roads, by Lines's mills, to From Dallas to Spring place. .

office*any which may require the aidofanngent or at o f the best interests of my country. From Landirl', over Sugar hill, to Franeonia. Conneaulville.From From Athens. George, to Lauren's eourt-boult. From Kingston to Oliver's house in A .
tome)'. Your Fellow Citizm. From the centre of H'ashington by East Washington Blakely to Thompson Susquebanna From Stantonsville to Pcndlet n. county. defIU'J.

Hischirges will be modi'rate, depending upon J. A. L. \OR IN. to the Upprr village in rJil1'b"rourh. county. From Sumterville, by Plowden'a mills, and Bre- From Ross landing to Cleveland. 1

the ainountuf claim, and the extent of ih? serviCe July 0th 1833. BMf From Pit afield by iho toro of George Nutter From Butler, via Prospect, and Portcrsville, to .tu Jacksonville, South Carolina. From Gallatin by Lagado Academy, to Murfrecsborough. j!
Harniitead. over new Durham: Bridge by Middle- Newcastle.Fjom .
%. From Younguesville, via Hazlewood Pedonsville .
Ma. Dictrm is known lo most of those \\hohave NOTICE.LT town, Wakeficld, Union; Village, Milton Mill, and Mauch Chunk lo Ncsquehoning. and Torberl's, to Chester Ioul. From Borry ville. by New Madrid to Waverly. i
of Dr. J.
indebted t.the estate cour
Wen in C"n.res fI within the last few years, or who J33L Edwin persons Stewart,dec.on b ok account or otherwise Alton to Alfred in Maine.VERMONT.. From Mach Chunk to Stroudaburg. From Marion court h
Lirt occupied' any public station at \Valhillgtoc.All arc requested to call and discharge the same; From Honesdalc,by Cherry-ridjjo, Purdy settlement Little Pcdee.) Harleesville! and Clio, to Benneltsville. Decatur Kincanaoo's ferry, ROM' lauding ana ;t. !

letters muM oe post paid. tnd all lho-e having demands will present them From Barton via liasburg Coventry and. Troy, Paupock atlerent and East Sterling, to Turkey town,to Jacksonville.

Kelerenccs.-G(,v. U. K..Call Guv. Wm. P.Ou- fri a itlement to the su'sci iber. to Richmond. Labor's post ofce, county. From King's tree by Murray's and Lenud's ferries From Standing rock post office,Stuart county

ul, Uen.John P. Dnrul, Maj. Jess( c H. Willis. JOSEPH RI CU ALtDSON. Jr.Adm'r. From Finrey viilr, via Clarendon and Clarendon From PeLerlburg. Ohio, and Mount on the Sante river to Georgetown.From via Lagrange and Faircbaace furnace, to Waverl/

Apnl2 l3: 38-lyV. July 14th. 1838. 4'J-tf Springs, to \Vet-t Rutland. Jackson, Lynch' creek post office to Conwaybor- Humphrey eoanty.

Notice. NOTICE From Jeffersonville via Walervillcand Cclviderelo From Elkland, Ttoga county, to jt&dison, Now ough. .. From Cbsrlottville, via, Point Mason, oa Tennrsaee -

CrTHE Subscriber having erected n STEAM heretoforocxistingin the Montgomery.From York. From Mount Wing! to Lexington court house. river, to Paris, Tennessee.

MILL at his place, two and a half miles East of TTE me Co-partnership STEWART 4BARNARD, Ui..p Wilmington to Grcrnfipld, Maseachuectis.MASSACHUSETTS. From Pittsburgh by EHicoll's lore, Clinton and .'ror Pickens houl. Mullen's fort, Aqnilla From Eiixabethlown up Stony creek, through

Tsll-ikasscn; will bc-cady at nil timts to supply dissolved by the de.uh of the seni"i partner, all Murdocksvillc, lo Fair View. Georgia;thence by Clearmoont, Bacb Uor'.Retreat, Shidy, to AbingdonVirginia.:

, .ili: Lumber and Mial those who may favor him wrsoiis indebted m the firm are quested to make From Adairitiville, Hhode It>Iand, via Hick' From Florence, in Washington county. Penn and Pendlelon to Pie Kens coar-huu. From Dresden, via Hunter and Poand'e store

-i'". application. JOHN G. GAMBLE.Nclmmathla immediate settlement and all having claims will bridge, to Dartmouth. sylvania, yia Commcttsburg and Fair View to From Union court house via Haclhie.to Limestone Winton and Ridby Joaes',to Dyersburg.

i, June 23, l8Q. 46-tf lease the same.E. From Washington, via North Bccket to Middle- \WUhvile! Columbians county Ohio. springs Spartsuburg dietiet From McMinn ville to Jasper _

I WANTED. ) present. BARNARDJr Surviving Partner. field.From Prom Aington centre to Providence, in Lu- I From Charleston to WatrbrouJb.by the way of From De Kalb court-bouse via Sbott mountain.

Tallahassee 1J38. 49-tf Norlhboroujrh, via Marlborough, Slow, zt-rne. the South Carolina ad station. toMaitcbeatcr.
BLACK. BOY as an apprentice to the July 14th in I r..iroa Georgc'
A Surcinnking business. Apply tFREDERICK..> Notice, Acton and Chclim-fjrd, to Lowell. From Margarclta Furnace Bangor Force Erom Pinckncy ,by Hancockvillc. From Millersburg. In Rutherford county via
Norton via and Pawtuckct the county of York. White's store to Shelbyville.
FILER. From Attleborough .
the absence 01 l the subscriber a
por
From Le Post Office Calvin W.Church
,
Roy by
DURING Providence. From Nashville down the sooth aide of Cumberland
Tallahassee! June 16, 1818-if 45 the notes and accoui.ts of the late firmoi'KEF.R to Ditcontinue at fallout; -
in Greenville Nathaniel Albin's in to
Mi the hands of From Barre via Hardwick to Ware. i' Troy From Walter's ford to ford. river by William J3helloa's to the mooth oESyraeuee -
Brought to jail & URGES, are in via Norwic Post office in Troy,to the Post office in Spring- AJUt. creek thence to at Gibb'a
From YVtstfield crossing
Mr. JAMES K1RKSEY. All! indebtedwill Montgomery, So much of route numbr thavand two hun ferry,by
On the 30th *June, a dark Male ttoe pcisons bridge, and North Chester, to Worthinglun. field, Bedford County. dred and fifty-five from Lecsville to Braxton Lee' Wilson Crockett's and the Sulphur
COY about 16 af who please make payment to him. From Slevcnville in Pike to the Post Office .eten. .
-r years ags PATRICK K RR. From East Bridgcwater, via John A. Conanl' Mount Springs Nashville.

eajs! his James name is Lewis William i and Tallahassee that be TahlaliasseeJuly 14th. 19.3w and J. W. Jenkins stores, and East Abinglon, to kept by Jf'ilUtm Wsrficld, in Orwell, Bradford From Lexington Willing. coar house, to Doctor W. W. From Sevicrville Tennessee, via. Smoky moun
belongs new o
: I South Weymouth. county. store tain. Shoal creek store Scott's creek office
4 Guger' m po-t le>
The o\yneroC.aid is requested lar fed Di.trcGERGIA.
) boy and take N ollce.TilE From Worcester via Milbury,Sutton, West Sut- DELAWARE.Fmm ; PeDd ton,South Carolina.

r coma him away.forward prove property ': Co-pa rtnrrship her -tofi>re exinlnjr under tou, and East Douglas, to Douglas.CONNECTICUT. Smyrna, in Kent county to the village of From Camuck; Ir- 01110.
firmof LEDW1THie TILLIXGHAST Crawrot.
JAMES A. NEWMAN Jailor. Leip ic.From. yule, Green, and Baldwin's store* From Greenville, via Fort Recovery Gnatvptp!
dirisolvod nn.tnal consent tIle 15t'i nl t
.ThomssvlheT.hnmasCo.: G.I. July 4, 18118. 4!% was by have on From Hebron, via Exeter meeting-house and Milford to Cs--nbridg"in Maryland, pissing ou gli. Montezuma, St. Mirv's and Guillurd to Vn;. W;rt.
} June last. AH who claims against 1
NOTICE. persons ih \ Ledwith for over Goshen hill, to Mnzrahvillc. through William.sville. Marshy hope bridge, From Danielsville, Via Maryvile! Win,'. mills, From Rnsselville through Arnhrifn u> c .,.,*.;,. > .
\ the firm will present m to : set. roads, Lowe Hunting creek and New-
From West HirlUnd Connecticut; to Tolland, cros or Amandaville, and Piennan's,to MontevideoFrom in Brown county.
Months after the date hereof will! tlement nnd all tho-e jnd.bte'11'111 make paytnrnt market.
.J IX we JPJ ly ; .
Gainsville From in Brown ,
MascachucclU.From to Clarksvilir. Yeorgetown coui.iFreecburg .
;";
to the HonUral'la Jud e of the County Court to I I.im a'.one: he Le.r.K; duly authorized to sl'ltlf' the :
jar Lettns thettteof t.. MICHAEL LEDWITH. New Haven, via Fair Haven, North Branford MARYLAND From Cherokee courthouse, Alabama via Cha- and New Boston to Felicity n. v r..,' .
of Leon
County dii-mis.-ory North Guilford, North Madison, North Killingswortlr Frorl Q1leenstown. tia Ccnierville, Rulhsburg, tooga Oldtown, Hopkinaville Beavers, and county.
the lait ChanJler, A.P.PendleU KERR. ICP.MR.:: LEDWITH continues Fall bu>inesset the Chester Hadlyme, and Salem, to Nor- Nine Bridges, Green&brou h. and Willow Grove, Green,to Island town. Plasnt From West lube in Adams county,to HLi.bu-

old Stand, and daily lipects a assortment. to Dover Uelawar. From Tread wsy'. v'm Beavers, to At- tough, in Highland eoanty. .
It. WELLFORD, able furnish hi. customers on p&tofce
which he will be to wich.From
Jure ifi IB':8-45-to'. Administrators M. L. the house of Robin. Tracy on the Colchester From Mann's post office, via mouth of Sidelinghill mona in Brosmtowii .aley.From From Greenville via Montetuma Celina, Mercer
the.best
terms. creek and Tunoell, to Oldtown. and Van Wert to Defiance.
IB3" and Middletown Turnpike, thence to tho CampbUtown. Huntsville, Parlier'a ,
4
.. TO PLANTERS. Tallahassee Aug. 5'2t1i East Haddam and Colchester turnpike,by the store From Elkton to Warwick. crOR roads on High tower river, to CassviUe. Ftom Van Vf ert, via Judge Cochran' to KaHda.

THIRTEEN Seta Cast Iron Segments suitable of H. and B. Palmer and from thence through Me- From Princess Ann. via Tord's store,to S, Mis From Elberton to crn yUe. From Wapaukonetta via Hartford and Judge

,arrived from the Baltimore fonnIrv chanicsville, to East Haddam landing. ter's Somerset county. From Mac Bbb county Georgia,* via Pine Cochran' Putnam county,to Franeonia. '
and f.rsal by BETTON FlsHER. NEW YORK. From Princess Anne, via Kingston, to Rehoboth.jVIRGINIA. level, Fort Valley, and MaD crboul From Kentonvia Lima, Shawnee; Amanda and

line 44 _ _ to Ameria. Guilford; te Mercer. -
From aIubria via West Catlin, and Hornby, to
Notice. Painted ?oeU From Chamblysburg to the Big Lick, Botetourt, Fr via Powellton to Doable wen From Froy to Covlogton. .
JAMES J. BIRG& has plated his accounts in Ccunty. From McDonougb Chamber's store From Sidney via Harden, to Housioa. -
From New Haven viol Port Ontario and Lind ll-
for collection with peremptory or. ey.iIIe From Fincastleto Giles courl-hoose c', to Sandtown. From Defiance; via Bmnnenbarg Wsjihiagtoiicentre
t.
aera 10 proceed forthwith te settle then. Persons Ellisburg. From Mount Airy to Meadville-. Front Lombardy, via Sweet water iron Works, St. Joseph and Denmark, ia Ohio,and Perseverance -
From Colden via Watefvillo to
corners, Spring-
isfcUed %ill please call and make immediate pay' From Froadford t Marion. Willie Howa..a James Stone to Louisville. Steubeavflle, Little, prairie,and Pretty :
.tnt either to Charles S. Sibley, Esq .or ville. .- 1 From Charlotte court-holls via Walkin's store, FOlltb..i Van Baren Herrington's prairie;to Lima Indiana.
HarneM MaJdDI' From North Blenheim via& Gil boa and Prattsville -
I WM.Mi RANDOLPH. Carriage Wyliesburg,Jeffrie's,store and Oakley, to Cl arksville. store, to From Perrysburg, vie WaUirvfll*, Beaten Gi-
t.Uahl.5lee.lune tfrth 1B18.Notice. 46-2m {Icr-THEaabscriber I.uinengaged the servir.rs to Clovcsville. .
From Decatur.Do Kalb county by Pace4 ferry, lead;and Ottawa to LiateObjtf. .
Harness Maker from From Granville four corners to Middle and West
of a skillful Carriage and From Low rasing via the bike of Hughs river, o the Cattaboocbie; to Marietta, Cobb couuty, Praia Maasoea city via SwaavilJe, Gran1'iUe9
the North.f'$S leave to inform bis fnerids and the Grmn ville.From Preblc's mills, and Crers mills, to Pakenburc.From .. Torkejfoot pfairie and
JAMES W. CALLA, is my agent toW orders for kc shell be Schfcnectady/ via Rotterdam the church Eetoosborg Lafayette
all repairs ; via
public that punctually Belleville bottom rooutii of :
Mlses' .
runswicktia
Benjamin Lite's and Wayne (cm tbe Little St. Joaepbe) WUliama couaiy.jtiom .
transact all business In Middle Florida.A. FJ
my MNElLL.hne7th and neatly' executed. o,in the te ilr Princeton, and Msriasville to Bra- Sandy creek and Riple to Point Pleasant .to Hom..il.: Mel noretU Attica,to New Havea. '
Saddlery Work Hone. mat,, corners. From Morgantown, via Dent's mills, and DdvidSnider's.
46.tf From Macon, by From Tin to FortFiadley.'
1888. .
; Manhassil. Gi LmpL i Bwa
From to
Flushing Rivesville.
.
to
CLARK
E. B.
county, to From Norwalk, via ceotre. !Bronson! toTnu-
From Poughkecpnie via Ctum Elbow Pleasant From New m. via High rock, Cranberry -
New Gb cHI. t From to Roa- vilhs.
Tallaahssee, May 5, 1638. 39-tf plain.; Clinton hollow, ShulU's store, Clinlonville, Plains. Lr.eulo Wa. Gerca
3THE sills in From Lower Itaadaaiy to laWgoaierj
Subscriber reeei ved SchnonerTascawilla ; .
has just r FOOT Hundred Dollars Reward.PROCLAMATION Milan and Rock city to Red Hook. From Floyd court-house Cranberry Plains. & .eros
york t From Athens ia Georgia, via Monroe Walton roada Wood ,
direct from New an assorl- county
thenorthwestern
BY Winchester :
vie and to From alortg
Ftom Castile Pdrtsgeville Mixville
t Parkersburg Lawreoceville, Gwinnet From Tin via Rome to BJedea Seaeea
Canton .
neaurSprinr Sum-neV GOODS also a few road. county, eoanty. coon ty-

fCC GROCERIES'% et..ed daily a further RICHARD K.- CALL-Governor of the Territory Hume.From the store of Charles F. and J. C.. Hammond From Germ turnpike settlement, via Weslernford, to Cherokee county Ca 1'U"1 in Case eoanty;Rome From Nashport,.via Pelrvtoa and Fallsborr, let
l1Ipp1r per Schooner BnnkcrhilL Purchasers are pf Florida; in Floyd county to Semmerville, Morgan county;. MarUaebtttf,Kaot: cost,."' -
requested to call and eiamirie for themselves. WHEREAS, It hss been represented to me, and Company, Essex county, via Samuel Glady cekerOroads to Sinclair's bottom: myth Alabama; and Hume to Decatur i ia said State. From ZaaesviUet! via.Setdotl Beaver' ,George
old fort From ,
;, Lo for cash or approved credit. DDNCAN.confined ioths Jail Murdoch' at Long point; to the at Crown Rye v.le From Columbus Georgia: via fort Mitchell Florence Smyth's, aad aad Job* O.g ua'f.to Coaaocioa.

: ALEX FORAfY DUV. Jffef1lOn County, tharged with the murder of point; then across Lake Champlain, to Chimney County.Jonesville ( Lee Georgia and to intersect the steamboat mail Frdm SftneeavHle via JobuBon'a Mills, Bt'g.
Tallahassee one Hines. in said County of Jefferson, oh the point in Addison and through Addison and Pan.ton From to'Turkey cove county. line for Mills. Mseks tad.
June 15ta, 1838. From Alexandra via to Drainnville.From Bainhridge Georgia Appalachlcola! andS Cambridge Adaawville. to
night of the 15th inst, made his escape from said Vergennes ;Vermont. Wante-111 to .: Joseph's io Florida. Dreaded.'J' .
Lockhart's
burning through the floor of the apartment From Maiden;vie. Wynkoopni1le,to Irtln ville. laun. county;
A CABD. hail by Harda From Eaton;via, Castiae to Gi eon &'. ,
Wardensville FLORIDA.
UNFOUNDED[ during the temporary la which he was confined: And that ALEK a From Attics i via Orangeville and W tben cld county. From Cadiz ,via '
reports.ubecriber.t St. Joseph toe a Negro maa Slue.the properly ol William Bur- springs to Pike. From Salem, North Carolina! via Madison to From Tallahassee, via Alligator,to Jacksonville. Bethlehem: LefctaJrg. &iidSindyvill- -,'tci:

few weeks' Ut. that he was improperly d..ro-inC ne), confined in said jail IB the county aforesaid, From Pine plains, via Gal!atio, Ancram, and Hartinsfille. From Monticello Jefferson county,throug Hamilton From Sinking Spring, Highkad .
From Salem Virginia via Newcastle; to the to the Gadsden Snwannee coo t/,,Tja Jaa-
the county Springs
ik. with intention committed a charge of horning and robbing to Hillsdafo.
: property in hil poueMion, aD on Coptke, Sweet per and Pikelon to Jackson CoarJ-boaae.
.
5wnj to Fiance, caused aa attachment to be dwelling house of John Slaughter, on the frontier in From Angola,via Collins centre,to BIring..ille.! Slring via to Beckley river. From'Wkteat poet e Scr -f'JalGranilJe. Vg
bridge, Fayetteville,
**4 out apain him and tbe sture and effects of Jefferson County aforessd, made Isis escape.at tbe From Aurora via Griffin's mill, to Spriugville. From Langtbnry, Csmden county Georgia via glUeD Carlisle and .?ereepoJiI"tc"CemhertandL c

,,- the 1 late Isidore Gcrardin deceased, of whom be is same time. From Clay,via Phojnix, to F ltoa. Burnt fort ferry, to Handock's, Florida. From .Suafiab do wa.th
faiaistraior to be levied upon and closed by legal NOW.THEREFORE. ;ih pursuance of law, I From Sowers via Southeast and Patterson to From Rye valley, Smyth county t the mouth of From Tallahasiiee, via lola to St.Joseph. ;JOIaio.riYv1'QWtt., _.. ",.

?]Jl thority. Oa being informed of tbe occurrence do hereby offer a reward of Two Hundred Dollars Pawling; VVijscn creek, Grayson county From Haddock's toJ..ff'eraon. Georgia. .F:1W11M1enhrt' ; tim=Cmuter X.UT-1
Frdrri Lebanon Russell via itw
of each of said county, From Monticello via the Mineral to Jack
,
and la.hfor springs
forthwith returned Talltahassee, satisfied theJjjia for the apprehension delivery From Bouckville; via Frail's hollow, StocXbridge Hanaker'a store, to Richland. ; Pine Grove .&to* Fonttetf, Patziot.ft4jp
and procured a diamisaal of the process offeaders to the Marshal of tbe Middle Distrct of and Bennett's. corners.Id O'tielo'a'' castle. From to Taewel Cunty. sonville. Vinloa.aiUlWilkfviU .toSautljvilte.7ar ,

kcftore ix re-opened, and will continue open as Florida,or in any jail in Ue Midd'e District sf re'iidsnd From Troy via Poislenkill to Berlin. Pate* eblrt-hoUe KENTUCKY.. Frout Pennvin*, via Cfaecterneld,to BartfetLFrom .i

fcretofore, and tbe undersigned will be grateful for I do.hereby enjoin and require all magistralea Fiom Ellenville. via Greenfield, Southwick's set From Liberty, Bedford county, via Buchanan to From Jefiersontown to Uarrodsburg, by Chaplin WiJbftiU:' .: .>CfieeierifBito .
S the >
renewal ot the favors of his customers. and peace officer to be vigilant in apprehengion tlement Wakomsn's settlement and Miller's settlem.nt and Taylorsvillo. ingtoa'a isiaad,, aad.tbe Great

F. GERARDIN, of the aid offenders. to Monlicello' Pattonsburg.From Ohio. From Shelbyville to Harrisontill IoJuIf iualg
to Be1rre. county to Ripley,Yirginia ., ._
Adm'r. of I. Gerardin, deceased. Hugh Duncan is about five feel 10 inches high From Harpersfield centre via North Harpers- From Somerfield, Pennsylvania, to Brandtfnville From Piketon, by the mouth of Pond creek to .From Wilmington, via' OaklaadjTIoveyibarilb f

{"aeSI, !838-fn3 46 dark skin, black hair and eyes, thin yissaRe, and field, to South Worcester.From Virginia. Logan court-house, Virginia Franklin.aad Winchester,to Eatofl. i' ,

". B.-All persons having claims against the about thirty years old wb onrinally from the Lexington to Westkill. From Grayson curt-bou to Grayson Sulphur From Springfield Tennessee, by. Keysburg and From rTib lnytoovia( BortibgtoiutoXeaiai

***U are requested to present tbe same for settle- lower part of North Carolina. And said Negro From East Hampton to AmogtnsctL springs: Trenton, to Wopklnsville. From FaiD8Qil ,.m Geaugm coonty alon ibe

liand also those having claims against the sub- man Slue i. about five feet two or three inches From Clermont, via Eliiaville and Jackson cor- From via Cripple creek, to Anstinville. From GraysviUe toNashviQe; Tennessee. north ridge road, to Aahtabolaj by N&rth

scriber individually, and ,all persons interested InIIW high,thick act,quite black' of a forbidden counte- ncr to M ntrole. Wythe Spedwrl From Columbia via Alexander Walker'. and ArcoIe, bel Geae. t* .. o I .- .'Perry.t .,

183*estate are notified that at the Spring Term. nancefa down look, aid when addressed seldom From Norwich ia Chentngo county,by Smyrns, FromTimberville to Brock's gap- Joseph Ne1 '.jr. to Edmonton.FromSomeristoJaiestowu.. From Zaaeafisld to *s3apin. J.eopa eM-.
,0 Leon County Court, the Administratoru looks up.Given. EarlviUe, Poolville, East Hamilton North Brook. From the northwestern turnpike at or in the vi- .

:'e his Sail accounts and make bit settlement under my band and seal tbi'l9tb; day of1.ly. field and Sargerfield centre to Waterrille, in cni'.011ame CVry'a, t Boolh'.. ferry', oo Tygan.ley From Newcastle to Waltacvillej Henry County. t1-Fr FrankUa.Pprtkge visI- .

i:4prar. discksrge as administrator according. to 1838. R. K. CALL 01 Florida. Oneida county. From Greenville, by the mouth of ftluody river; rough Aurora Baiabiidg, ft.Iandand :.th.'X1t1.

I F. G.COMPOtJ Governor From Ephiata; via Pleasant valley,to Newkirk's Middleisland.bridge, od .the northwestern to Morgsntown.From t 'Mior'to. .RJcamoadeoonty. ctfl1QI

DBS'BJrCBOP NOTICE, mills Fulton count turnpike, \Lowan, Lewis county..From Waidsboro to Pmdncah; .' ; '''l''Io" _

M. B fLE, lam. authorized agent From Berne and WaJdenville, to Gallupville. Bulltowo; down the valley of the" LiltleKenawba. Erom Stepbensport to Boo Pdtt, From Aktcu4vit C.i17ctr,,; .

.kr .''akg Beer, lll.aRVY, my absence from the TAimtory. From Meiicovilla to Colosse t Elil1iwn. From Priaeeton by Cold BrlDl&ad. lloatexo sadMitiifls,1qed.me.j-, i t" ; ; }: -J
-
WUk d KENNEDY oiJsi.Sept. From EnfteW to Jfewfield. From ; .c uitJ. by ma;to'Provideac*. : 'U"u'J 'v1 f. '.' r'Fro

uw **t.. -For BALE by 1..1838.tt From East Solon via Truxtoa Fabliu,Pooipey, Locastrille and Smith iville,on the. ro 0 ,Yr lll PdaCttlDibl MUlrUU tad Ferry 'c. BalAbridItltO'Aub rtf."r'!i 04; __ .. ,

WADDEL, RANDOLPH, k LEWIS and Jameeville Syricose. said county, t PuagoWageeV -- to. C. i PvCo.b.et.os arrH.o
Tallahassee June 3Ot NOTICE, via Pembroke to Alabama. Frort Hillabdrodgh toTHarpcr'eFetsy. Wrlliamstown Ur'arsaw.. .
:: .18J8. Fran Darien From aoOestat
.toDnb4
:: 47.! the tate ? 'lh\
1\ LL pervoM holding oUima against Lewtaeonnty New York via From Lovetvillito.. Berlin, ia tho State 1.11ad' and'Leeoat ;
.. dee.u.M> uted to present From Lowvilk 0 oaa ElsE spring;bj.Motler iron. : r fletibngetcssrQa44 .
.ot ,
WmJ.W& BtllforU Indian tier Diana and tT. .
Doysanville, oo the Ohio rrt er.Aogsts.'. -
.BL. NY perNO Iniac my T PJaa row CUT them witbottt dnlay. aa I shill present my ''"Ulcn1riB risville to Booth Edwards, St. Lawrence county. Clarksbcrg! vii Tee-mile1. to Shinston, iothecooatf FrocaBetkatvUkto,Uviogstoa Te&aeseee. 'fof \ 1f.it:d
will 1Jacb08' 'CoRII.tl oTBamaanFrom *
eoaler'a /not b/ to the :.fiI Term 1839, Diteontuive follow* / -- From eplar Sat Lewis county,to. fount On' W
R-JTHACKLfeYr sad ask for a d. Red : .U l '
!
settl t .
ur.?. 1.. Court for a ADal rth'er mss a4lDiD\dtat or said From Hyde' Park to Btaafbrdville, and from wino.: L eO- Sapbu mel Flaalaff'eooatr. .. ) Yto L.ssW. *iissbas. t.
charge from the ClintodvUle.Frosa office From LHue BandSalia*; Gre a..i eooaty 1 by .,.wte
It WHITE Sberi RLipebeck to Front pie Brlige pod ia. .1'
IX. Ifotke. _Ie. THOMAS u4 Ad,',.E* o6c1o. Lodl (Persia post ofiee)"to CoOias centre. bridge t Ja aggart'spring*,-t Rk.Charfee N Lewky to..Bla. il., Uwrew.or eooajliV <" .W_ 'da -' k.

.
8 sdairifl i present ou'u 44fi.e KEtV JERSEY J I 1 IAI".

the coats. !voocaanta lb. U 00. the'Jadge of '. !ptl,1838. From' Tom's river* *!z' Dover furnace. New From Braadeaville.,m Vutlata,'to Brrant'a poet : 'r*sat Ltbibj3aa4e.. ; toJ'IJtt1e.. ,, dw),I '
jSjL-Coirt :Ga4adg. Cowit' and apply .. szdr8she 1 -"I ar't' : to 1M. ". .
JUeUeartawa to BordmFroii ofSca iiayeU4..uyiU1Ie: Ban P' "
jah < ,
aad rl
.
b" ..idl.IMe Egypt,Jaoobstowa,. .Da.1 +
if
o _
rrom 1M ntftiliitrsHnm. Dtl OQ the ee. 1M Pisces DI Taaav. "? t v ". .. ..l .
'
'
-w-.wab.. ee so ,. 8'.Udc._I Iowlll. ,: .10 I "''r_'.etk1*t *! : tRt" I I' '.._ h1"1o. \d.("1 .iW" ,.&; R .'

RACHEL EOWAR >8Udttr'x. i 2O"k1'.m.' 6 oiul; ,, m New 9uncbj '.1 .1- 1 1 Fr ll.iian" .H ', atBinea IN& r -*-3r' t *-s I <. .' ..H1Lrr.

HlltJBD4D, ,rl .11 : viaq'wirm'a! ilF'lf' l 9 fi'o
f BoIricS.ri,
IaJttti I ; BaetottnffliiW .Fl flUJfefrfprftfii ;
1 .
Inn .. is4 .',. ..:. ,1'.: ". _" 'J\-u.'T. ,, W. _:
( 4..J
.
.
tZ
< .
.
'
.' .,
L .
1-- '
'.
: :
I .- ., ., .
o
: _
S .-,. .. ., .'... .. .c ,, .:.. ..,$r'......... -- .->, .f'.:,.x""" ...ii.. ".lfi. t t.-*. >"... ," .,. \, ._ .. ...>h":: ... -,. :
.
-, .. ..,-'-,.. .,"" -- ---L .,. _01 ..-'. ,.. T.-.r .ju'. "' ..". ,..." -". +. ,- c 4 U'A." 'fiI:''.,;:1.rt :..?'"..JJO-...;",..:-",., + CF



-
"- -- .
-- .
.
___ _____ -: :-c-: :( i :__ ..._
,. --
._.-_ "-- L : -- --- -' --- -'r----- '--- S-j-- -




1 .


f S \

i
I _


,- .. .

.' F'l<.2 MeConnn* to FrtncU Treeblecock'n these vessels have several of our citizens, I !The Schooner Caledonia.,. V- t from a1.nann claimed with interest tad. cost...f f dons .eontmJ.who" had her ,in kip ;

r.i t o Peter KritfaV, thence to Olive! poll office.Frtn Havana bound.t NcW' Or1! ': with a car: Sentinel teCfirmicle.. \ :V' j this city. "The*! 'itjaettioav iQ
THE board. The 4 r'endless
on Frances "
Mary & / ;
Reynoldtburjr PickeriDgton and Wet FLORIDIAN.h& .J and of
was totally namber, form
.0( r, coffee arid _segan : '. every and ,
go lug
J. Carrclhon, to Lancaster. 3 since arrived. the Sih We I* from the Army"and Ntvy Chron a
TALlUlIASSKE about arji constituted the ,
FLORIDA : lost the'Coloradocs, on or. ( web'up n which;
; From n !untainf, in Lojan to WaptnkoncttE on fI.r
county : *
Cotton is arriving slowy.-two! or three unknown. ,clc that the repairs "f;the. U. S. steam' ship '
,in Allen county by the wsy of Lets ito.vn, Sept Fate of the crew time to time, sbe wove her tisL!

I' in Logan county and St. J. hn'.. tti Allrn roonly.Frntn -Saturday- Morning,-- Oct. 9O, 1838. vessels are nearly ready for sea. Th: brig The Revenue Cutter! Campbell, and the! Fulton having been completed, that: vessel lies. -

.. BelJ:.fontam*. in Loan county, 1(,Si. )Ia- Lucinda, Cupt. Harkness will sail for New United States schooner Wave, then 1 lying in l le ft the Washington navy yard on Tuesday Bat this is
ry'*. in Mercer county, !>y the wiy of the% rrO..I1I m2aSJ Io\T m mU1J1IliY q Q of the evening for Norfolk. The principle I alter-1 I i. even not all; Since M. .
it PiumV 01 th! Great Mia-m! and St. John., and CONVENTION. York in about a week anti I the ship Spring. our harbor, immediately upon hearing in the erection of ; made these confession! she r
underway alions consist a-light covertd
above up-
Wapiokonetla, in A'ic'i o.m'iiy. o. Captain Cook, for Liverpool, about the mid- dis Shous intelligence given, got friends and abetters with
{ Fro-n 5ingfi': : i" C; irk connty. t. New Car. : .2 .4 L : .' and proceeded for the Cape. It i is to pe dock; uhich gives the Captain more shame and
ale of November. I
,' li"'", in .Ii" *amec.tjr.tit>t the way of Clark burg : c; -o.. ..; _.. : : be hoped, if there should be any wandering commodious C'tbin. nnd increased aceom-1 fusion by giving birth. to another cKul
_' : !
.,. and Northampton.Ff"i =. ,5- u -c =GO ._ survivors left they may speedily be restored ntmlation: to the ward room officers. The :, The circumstances rendered itimp0ss|?
-S.ir siTn't.1. .n Clark county tv> -.2 c.-- BRUNSWICK (Ga.) Oct. 4. I been for her this ft
- g2 E 0 to their friends. guards of the wheels have. cut away to charge second 1't'Su1t of ilK-

;B.*v)i..r. 'n/w>>bJfj.v ti' and S' .rh Frankfort.Ch.rle-l.m. Chilil"otht"1, I 1 \TEST FROM FLORIDA. The bo'its of the U. S. schrs. Madron nn.ir the water line by which the space between I'Jove upon Father Phelan, andsoshccbS

Fr ira H*rtf. rt. ii Tnimbull! county, 10 WI rd. : a c- p-- a 2 Terrible Skipicrerkf and Indian Massacres. I Wave nnd! Campbell; examined the Kevs in tin lower put of the gtwrd and the to east tile paternity uponone of hers

yule, in M.*tver county Peonrylrania, &Jht'l'n'l I l Ces = By the tJ.S. Revenue Cutter Madison, the vicinity of the Cape, in the hope of rescuing water is increased about three feet. I iar'friend in this city-a 'gemfern .
of Taylor L' M C. -
tillage Orangeiiile.From I C C" surviVOrS but we regret to say thai,
C4 ,
Unionrille to Eilcnsburg, in Geaaja t:5 LParkhill Captain Howard which arrived just as the ) th' way, whose eyes had bee rprevTojS
of the two survivors From tie Houston National Banner, Sept. 21.
with! the above exception
county. I I c' Q tN .0 Ci- I .4 cI c.C" impression of this day's paper wascompleted l known to be saved A highly intelligence gentlemen who arrived I opened, and who is just a< innoctnr ?
of the Alna .
From Soulhington through the centre of Faini- ci 0 we hear of a more extensive loss of life and ,nonr are I the matter as Father Phrhn .

; ington to Mesopotamia in Trumbull county. :. T Brown. c f. tf._ Cf CD_ .0 C_ properly, than \niS'r before elected' in asingle The boats (of the Wave and Campbell attacked in town on Sunday List from thY.st. Nor is this all. himsek.
, From Dcerfield, in Portage county Ohio! to Edinburg cl LWetcolt. ) hurricane the Southern coast. UPI"ween : a party of L:: Indians, who were pimdering states that a most decided feoling of ho.stilily I yet The selebnW

in the fame county. I upon but succeeded in kill towards this Government and people! man I Miss Partridgethe) other
5 ; g : C. :1 t0 the French brig, pare vestal ina,
ill
I durtan,1 VCSClS: have
forty are i to I
.
From Lcavilt Dalla ,to .
by Wayneibarjr.From ina but four of their number. ii;',414 iuell' ainnnir t the IndTan tribes on J duccd to !the writer'of article
Ravenna I been lost the B-ihani B.ink th' Tth I bI
in Portage county Ohio to upon on
'. Twinsburg, in the same: county through, Sireel..borODatb. R ead. ; : t ; Il a .. of September, and the hurricane represent The Madison brings the further intelligence our western and! northwestern; founder. Capt} :j head of the famous committee,\\'ith, Iaia,

.c4., ed to h.n'e bocti more tcrrilic Ih... was; ever of the loss of the schr. Forrest of Lubcc, Love, the brother lfCll1 1 Lovr, who toother'tMonk j has also since become an

From Lafayette, on the Little St. Josephs. Wil- T'.IOTISon. 0i.... Co <& .- .0 I I -. tWplt before Known in those latitudes. X 0 particlc Io!;tded with live o-ik. Sbe struck on the reel 1 with some fifteen others, left San vliilonio: a I1 I I ried mother With these fhcts uTtS

liimi county. Ohio; tj FortVayn.., 'Indiana. about the Sib ult., one day: out of Key tew days since, for the purpose of trading j
C) I' *8 $. : of cjnvass could wili tai.d tin force ol leaf of the subject, As we for
From New Li!Mn through Salcui, to n nlon. ; : 9RrJnc.lcJs > tru.tHy ever...
r) c -i West and sunk. The crew und with I Ihe Ciim.mchfH, nnd for who .fjl j
From Oanaburg in Stark county, to New Cum i 4 r the gale) and the survivors reprcsuit that the passengers ) N. Y.
berland, in Tuxcarora returned: to Key West in her boals. (t'.irs wet e cuter lamed has, it *eems from Com
county. I g Q : :4 I t' C S bare masts and sp-irs were blavn out ol ---
in Green in : t- .. Ti2! works left the Biscayne the intelligence relied nt nl': fell
From Xenia county to Dayton, staunch atvl! new ves:eU. And beside .tht : by troops at Key upon ar. avictim I CIIIXCE .\.tNtCDOTE.man

Montgomery count v,on the direct routo.'INDIANA. : G'lill I L-0 CCnval .' .c -f I ., 00 .c extraordinary horrors of shipwr.-ck a s etc burnt by the Indians about thla to the bad fiiith of those among whom e d l to deal in niar\eIsloI J a accustaa,
upon
country COusin
't of A ogust. The Government I Hospitals I ; he Ind :nlll wish! a icw to tr.iffii The scalps: l hi i4. that be had 01
From Afonticcllo.via White post \Yinamac: desert l shore, many of the nuneroiH survivors thrce.great curioiitiet
.
.
D M c. t -i and liirrncks Sable have also been and clothes nfilic I canied into ( Iii
; r. : on 'ape p'tity were
in Pulavki county Indiana. ;. of the wrecks upon) the Horida ena..I, } ;posie>.sion; an Ox that cou.J! travel five hoa.

From Fort Wayne, Whitley! couri-houo and' ,, after their fi.iiii the horrible: ruttle oftilc burnt.Th. l'rccidt! o by certain Ciiir.sinrhe l..di..n:1o |1 d i red miles:! a day, a Cork that tcIU tie
cI I escape
D. Brown L' C' hour
Warsaw Plymouth. I Zt J c. I Madison is her from Pen evuleuce of the z.iluuf fidelity with which .
c. e. :I now on way I 1
I of She, and I I It,
: t; (element, 0,1\' re rind tlie land to meet : night a ( : that couU read ;i. -
From Goshen toJiddle"ury., in Elkhart coun- I ca'ila to !her station cat Portsmouth, N. II.s .- ibry were pirp.ired to exec-He tb-ir bond of' j
ty. nradcn, M C' g < I a more frightful t death: i'i: mu; ::'rc by thsj In- superior manner. Tfceio are ext aord.
I Ol1it''r and! crew all! well fc'ho has slopped 1 11 blood to the Mexican Government. These !
From Rxckvillc! by Annapolis, Wetl Unioi diatKof Cape; Floida.H'o : \ chin'r< ind'ccl-I mnet call Uf Jon and
TFeitport, and John n'l millc, to Coving ton. W"nn) M"O.. I I 0. < gin the following, which arc all the I at this p"rt l lot wood and water and s Iils im are the frmis of the (ready not long shire a sight of them,' .-"aid'the' cousin ne lia;
From and Point : tREPnESEXTATI"ES. mcdiatelv.: enti-rt-d with: this Iribf of Ind'nns 1 Bexar
Plea- at !
Uuntersville by Concord I j returned home and
few particulars of the uiecks, that; we haveas i told Ms viie Whdt
haJt
cant, to Attica. by (i< n Johnson! tin a;enl of our Govern I !
h
; vet a Ct 1 ta i'(,. .1 happened, spying he bad got into a
Ilartsvillr and Neabern ItColumbus. I
From Greensburg by ACCOMMACK CoCNT" Vl.'l. 2G. l63: Jim' tirj! A of the scrap
C; Sept.[ n at pl.u-e. portion "ume
"c :z. Tlie: ship !Kc ntucky, New York and XcwO'ci1n'i ] t I arid kl cnot how to CCt out. '0
I .._ .. ..: I..! (t/ClI.w.--On the morning, of Saturday, ;j j I Itho Ii.di.inlepairi'd lo this city for similar! pur never
From Colum'jus, by Mount Sidney, to Flatrock IC .J ._ Pll'ket:1< lot t 01 Jim Key, Bulr.inri : I I I mindsaid} shf. 'I can manage it* '1 be
office. .I .d ) ; CI C' 22d, n brir was discovered In be on !IIMCflit po-r, r.ot mine, tb in a couple of months sen
post ago I the
dO" :0- _t = : -.-a total wreck-!Init *': (III'raIlJ crewI I day; day countryman; c.ilu-d and
From Danville by Notth Salem Carrol'lon and -:;: .-u U-. CI-- ._- -_I .l"r _"_ I! .ill l saved. 1 Mi't'iniphin! i iach, H few miles North of..1; and: in en,h inst,mc *, \ve 'believe, receivedp I I ificr his cousin, was toM tint! lie had inured

Ladoga From, Sholbyville to Crwfordsvile.by !Dhck.i1awk. to Edmnur = ;, ; .: : The lierm. brig -llry, Dunham! master, I Meloinphin I liilut, in this County. with I;. presents from the 2ov. rnment to (he cmisiJvruble I Pekin 'When i iJ he expected baW net'Ja(
B llnr.erman g : : : c C : of her -ails ?t india and her colours at half t amount. Thc Ltparis, also vvh'in '
From Livonia to Hardinburg,on the great Western C,. -: wat also lost on Gun! Key. -a total loss of:Ti! ; seven or right Jay*. -'How can lie return
mail route from Louisville to St. Lou'n. vessel and Cicw and I I.1 I m rit.! Sh; vv.i.s iUIII1fialdy! bo'irded by about the same time, ".e not only treated I He's ofTopna wsooiil
;
Trcad",1I. t cargo. 1)Irsener ,: gone our OT.
From Lexington by Albion, to blatrford. g 1cRcny ; I-' J : saved.: I Thoinns Cropper K-q'r. Commissioner ofWrecks w-ll, are siid to be now on the Rio Grande I j of that, I am [or.] that Mppropos -
I I hare
Prom Lcoiville, by Baile's mills and NashviKe: to !, and be lh brig Wave direct with Mexico ofI you a
she proved to intercourse
., Mcrgantown.From M C- 2 ; ; c.o < ;; \s c have the following from the South holding I cock th.it mirk the hour.'- V 'fCkjU5t then
e. cl t 'apt., Lewis, of Hallow-ell; J/aine, l flornFIh a nature -imit.ir? lo th.it wbich, it is believed I
Spencer by New Brunswick and Lebanon ridi'tn of the J 15 r to M erom. un1 I 8. : c. e. g: tSit.lt''y The Fren1 h uri: Cojiicr de I bound to New Yur rk, with a cargo ?' her scrret agents and emi-s-uiea hav.j ftJroIfllIIC not only tells the hour of the ni hr, but reports

, From Bedford by(-ldcr Short'u (on Indian Creek : Jule Julian from Havana hound to Dordi-nux, j r of rotton, tob.irco and su;ar. [ till C P lit bcell keeping up with the when a >fnin:er comes.'-'Then

I. I Bloomfield From Bedford and ,Scaffold by Spice prairie Valley,,tn to Bnwlnicr Mount !Grcem.r ,a!anl. i I g- '1. e.'e, C' c.o -. < ': ci C with a cargo of Migar, s" Jt.C.. was driven I Tne male had dn.-d about ten days prcvi I i | tribes along the whiilc c'h'n.of our Indian: I dosr, that; reads books! ; might i Leg to sw luaf your

p ashore th" ously i ont t the C'.iptain wis dan erou-ly III I, 'border.. Th.* clii-f! of the L'pii: : tribe when r
From Weftfield. by Farmington, to Straw town. c. : on night 01 the 7th. about twvlvemiles I 'Why, to speak the truth, a* our circunistan
00 t-
From Fairfax. by Marysville aid Sprin;villc, to I Tllylor, .g J I ;S' I north of Capu Florida I li ihii -only and i ntirely unihlf to nivi::ali: his v.s.. .-I I.' I j i in this! city, is known to Lav exd l limed on I Ic es are but narrow, we have sent thie.dogout

Fraiier's store. Gib"oll. I I'cn out of sixtei n souls o<\.(..tJri and M'-I I and the! crew b"io.'pry c much cxhau-ted! & ronthiding I the Ire-ity! v\iti! our ',\'orllnWIII: tu keep school/

From' Bedford by Fraiier's loru and Hammer. I I I I 5 c.W.lker :' : !u totally 1)01thc survivors resnn-d from no oi.e; to iiavijjai"i the vis-el, ran her on'i **Lei us see who will be the lir
ely s mills, to Mount Pleasant I -h.ire.--The Captain l.kcr. to the house I i it" a-il h" his A round Bill.-Tom his bin
t From Vincennea, by James Stewart' and Ham- x ; ; I C c g I hhe devouring oco.in, were soon; \'i*ical! liv a I was '] ; broken' So much for treat presented !
"ey'astoreatt'ie rapids oftheWibaiIito Mount ''1 i! large party of armed I InJi.ins who sparedthoir I 'i! Mr. Cropper and ( very all'ntiflna.i: t ties with these s iva erf. I ti> lii> neighbor! Joe for his service render-

Carmel. I SIc\\'alt, = :. c.o I : I E I :: lives because ttc.y'I'rl' I I. renchinen, I paid'I to hin: tint his -ilintion! H.q'lIrf.d-lmt' I! I '. The latter looked it over and exprwetl -

I From Sprinpvilic, by Point Commerce and Raw- savins, tliev only killed' Americans. I1n .! I u'i''erstand! ai"III.lt! | nt;hl. ;'l '. Crop- i Toliaccn nntidnle to Arsenic. The. much surprise: at the amount 'Why,

;, ley's From mill VincenncF?, to Terre, by Haut Petersburg florinvill4.From >. Captain and six lhfr olln'.or.H're tikri: I 1: per; I understand. Iris surctedtd in saving, ::1'rIJ 1 ) (?;. Y.) W ht; rnenlioiH. thit lately! in T oriit strikes me that yon have made out

: Edwardsprrl. by Stafford bridge, to Fair 1:5C.\)1: COUNTY.. from the beach after the gate! was over, I by aj j; th' riirgo of the l hri z- in loli'rablt: good order. th.nt 'i'a child, low ycirs nl.l! which II.M! a pretty round bill here, eh?" "I am sensible

I Play. Conl'tntinn.-JlclSflf. Morton, Wn;. II. s nta''k from the NorJh, bi uid: II) this j'.lart i i: i'hc ve.s.-el will liec' rtaiuly lost. I I js, '>va.i..ved): snmc* 3r"(!ni', t-uprn'Ietttly 'left t I it.i is a rw/d' one," quoth Tom "and

..t From Defiance Ohio along the BeKefontainc: Chase, IJenjamMi I). WrL'ht; and 7noiiii: I rome for the of
State From Road Muncietown, to Mongoquining., Mount Pellicerand I I \1. Hlnunl. I jbrirf, re: Capt. Jules! Jtiliu,, 'J 1 < apt. Chins WKSTI.R.V; I INDIANS. ''fr"1:1 deiiiii; liy a free :aiiinius'r.itioti by Dr. | purpose getting
by Granvillc
:'I Murray, to Hnntinglon. I ltprcsr.nfatiru.Eard L. Diake and j i! IIiitpir| ; Toulon 'jppn-niicc; Zcciou, loit-{ : Tur. h INHUNS.-A vny ml- !Iligent!: / nni! ki'fiu! : of a strong: infi-ion tit' IIh! ic"-o.bv : squared.

From Marion, by Wabashtown and I.sketon, to Thorrris: M. Hlount. jswain i ; Dupul, apprentice. I IIh"'U'lnt 1 .!.:IIII"I1au who has ju.it \ -iC4l s-.' I whtIt: pr"ln ttly r.iv.d! Ita, ehl.l! ', C' :d"rT: I (

Warsrw. I I: Passener3Ioniiurs Le;ran, .\rrami 1 I trib'n:' Indians in.'orms: in liiat he !' I j I si.me juooertie-! H.i.J,; from tho! .( ot"irtic aI rromenomen make their advances
: Flora Fort Wayne, by Cedarville. Auburn and CALIIOUN ('OU TY. \\i h lievi ;i s time make! ? his. At when the
i
(i ria.; I th.'it (;'n. (;a.:.< at.d otherh.ivemi} -. eah: m or cMif'ic. T.lis ith! -* -e roij: hit twenty,

:1: Angola From, Fort to Branch Wayne court by hou Orange e. .Vichijran.and Vienna to Convention.-Win. I*. Uuv.il, Richard C. i j j! Names of the fI'r.'IIIIIItCIt,-inier. jppri IJ"ndetlllo I alieiili- nrllif (1I'rllkl'l'- I I ,;'vcl'll J.'iit t rit\ by the: JIlIiulratiu: :) of. s-.vain approaches to pay his devoirs they

Denmark. I Allen. !: CHrprcsrntalice' arpemit ?r; Ciaudin, Cook; IJaUex, Allan!. I\ in in' ml lug I the v.irious tiitius to attend thi-ir i 11\'-< 1'. I I exclaim ith an air languid] indifference,

From Ccntreville,by Philometh) to Brownrille. K. J. Wood. *Jao\a, sailors; l Raymond, boy.j I $r.l tid r:.I'i!. (Jin luSoriii.iii-ni st.ilts ti.atth : I : d.uJ I IIt.id II "Who is h(:" At thirty, with a prudent

I, From Centreville; by Greenfork, oatninJlporl FRANKLIN COUNTY. I I Pa'n2'crs-\lunoicurs Dureual, A l..a'a.\I .,v' arc by no Ult'\S nnxioiis |o IMVU collisi UPTOANV %G.- 1 ;,iiieed.t,: i. ri 1 look towards the ways and means theques-
of the iv.: .J. L. Weem
WincheaterSj'artinburg. and ; I *, th-it
A Republican Whitewater vre, S;matan., : -i"irvvuli the whites, and that In.- thinks their i eljqncntlnoj I I lion is "\\'hiat is he?"
IJ to Richmond. I Cont'otlion.-Coam E. Bartl, A. G. i ii iuain ;: I > .' !.( \Vashington.. It is only known At forty much anxiety
i j I The brie \ln;, Tlumr.s, of Portland, )Ie object wa< to induce all :hc tribes i i
From Logan' x>rl to Sparta, in Noblo County, !, b-'tnmpa.. ifj I iim'I I th it Mr. Wecms wrote books! but tit! hepecfd'ed manifests i itself to'make the hymeoial
St. borders the !
Indiana. i r out J.IOl'lIt ashore about I the same: our to move beyond rMtii ofo-ir
From Loeancport. via Winaport. in Pulacki i I Jttpnstntaticr.Hiram Mitdey. j time and) near the same place. \ cry man 1 l people. They are of opinion that their pruxunity !: thfiu al.'O. In one of his excursions I selection, and the query changes itstUintolaicb

eountyand Sli. rwoo<]'. ferry on the Ktnkakcc and I JACKS ON COl''i rYe 'on board, exccjit one, a Dutchman, \*as massacred ( to the stales has a more injurious effect: I of this nature, he acc ihlllaliv fell in '> jij a I.. i jJ 11C:" But al tiJh". ,1e

Valparaiso, to City Went, in Porter elUnty.l1diana L j them that pair of IIf \oiinu people \ ho '\ f'rl* about tr anxious expectant to sehe
llie
Convention Thomas ttihz.fll, Sarnin-l] by Indians. He was spired at upon ; it breaks the spirit of the prepares opoaanvnrev
t Frm Gren Callr, Inluna'oa New umvFviilc,, : I ,:et rn.irrii( II. )lr V* ''ein ii ivii: rn ide him- I 1 I and exclaims "Where is.he.
the time warrior
;i Nfrth Sj1'ni and'Jam*.Mown, to Lebin, B *ou! C. Bellamy, A. L. Woodward t Richard, : II \ of the! general slaughter, and sllh"rJlH."tly I| ; bring upon them intempera i'-e, and :j ,.11' kl.o11 ; i W .
$ count\'. hI!:11. (h hid j liim-clf in ii'' lioit! of the bri; r.: j fur' thcac reasons tbe) arc feuid tn buu; .so-ne :j'| wn liiiJcd.jti-v! aa1.lie.l: j t' |I" r-I I I l

rrrr.. M'T"). SV ;,;j'n C"JI.t\. v-a 1.li: i. taI hj'mriz. I Dmiiit; all one day and i.'L'lit! tliIuJian I > kept !uj'ii .{' removing to [places tteyond our: reach. i J ,urin the cisrurij'Miv ol! tint,iu.t tliin I ii: wed-j I l BALTIMORE, OCT. .h.

j fl.i..in.y': ri. '". I'll ..' <-ru'n : (" I,'. ..-to, .... lirprrswfatirt.; : S. Mootinig. I horrible pmc irotc abjanl I the biit'i thc ;' 1'111'' ) have found out lint they cannot con I, !U<-A. ATrer: I ll.is iiiiporlant m.itter: hid been J JsHll.d I L \TEST FKO3I RiVER PLiTE.By .
jupa ; I
: F..m Fr..j, ..ii:&, t,, PfO.ti:1: laJ,;:,.. I.'b '1.11 For ilio Srii.ito. in the Western District: I, wen about .)t U in number. The. J: ,\t ilav; the); '1 lend auri'ltlicIIII.ricau.[( ., and t they
; I Carrm-l.Frojil: it J.g&Il.no.*.-I"Jlt. Ii.d.ai, "y J.t -b'jrj, \1Ii- .fud;,' Wri .h', Grorjje S.tat ki' !, jiiid'l;' Indians I If left the !bria fur a siiort time I when I iln-v i uio to'bc eo.ytfTI'd. in vvar,, thf'n"uld. I I self to SOIIIL-of the to in p my, thit a dinccj-; 1 I I! yesterday h have; in -t'! days from Montevideo, .t
would! received of'tlJt1t
I. It' ford, G9(:hci, and M,JI. ,'i ourr. t'> \\Viau- ; II, G lrg Walker, arc t-iiJ: tube elected. jthc I poor man crept on: from his hiding place, I rather contend against men vvho-e customd; L be very proper on the CCa.inhi. 31 r. ;\I papers city (lo the I7tbof
I Weenie had August iir'.ili:
I -- I discovered and hailed the wreckii.2 sloops are similar to their 0\\ n. If the cherokcesre : no objection; and the only difficulty I togcthci conarnercialadvices,

I I I t FOREIGN ITEMS.I Tlio election in Georgia has resulted i in America and Mount Vernon, a mid by ttwmwas j ove to remove our inforinaiil thinks it isveral i appeared to render the proposal impracticable I which will be found below.
I ATTACK
The 11.ovaliiiiaiu is 'favour ol tire Slate Rights Ticket by a maj'jrily t- 'taken off, the Indiins! a Jill appearing probable they will be juiiicd by the Kan>as was ,that they had no riddle. It I ON 3IoiTE\"JDEo.--Capt. Witey
advertised !
, fail from Liverpool for New York on the.J to it n supposed I, ]ual to that of Jov. i in sight after h'. had lull tine brig. 'The Indians : I and other nations, who will make some was, \ whi-nered i ifcer.tn that the ditiioulty' could hirrotr.c : [; .Montevideo J Jov reports that the on the morning- lie sasle l from
: could hi' invading army (insurgents)
will wreck: the hiri. l of mutual protection and defenceagainst arrangements
:.1' 20th September. The steam : Liv- :!'Giimer* ; over 5chlry.? Returns have been I eague iii.iSe. ; commenced an attack the o'clock
lip: We : Accordiiigly, a curtain was on city at ,
!'I I [ are happy to be able to stale these new enemies tint ihe) cncounter. suspeuu'ed -
: erpool has been purchased by the Trans.1 I J'received from more linn 60 counties which: i an: two more survivors of the: wreck of the !f fi I .any 1 It these n aiy! be I their may onjt-cts from the ceiling, exteu.'lod from one sid e ,l,I"o' A. M. and continued until 10 .\. :M. when

i, lantic Steam Conpany, to sail from Liverpool : i\'c 2500 ni'ijoiityovtr; the Union ticket.In Alna, who are now on board tie Madi, ;. i it | no ..mco'ild regret it; and thr jjciml wishes: the room: to the ether, and presently be they were repulsed! with considerable los*.

;I on the 20th October, from which} I Maryland, the Van IJuren candidate this port, 'i.Eleazar, Wyer and HamuelCaniniett 1 of ;ail would attend them in their journeying i i i IUlcI it w.is heard th.! thu.npin and tuning I. The attacking force was waiting the arrival l

'a : it will be seen that we shall have three 'J fur Governor Grnson i is elected by a small both of Portland. Wyor was shot'I; t tthrough to the South \Ncst.-St. Louis C->nuncrcidlKXTVXSIVE !;l 1 lof' a \'I.lm.! and sron after the merry c*nce f of two more divisions of their army, vrliet it
:1 tau be;an. All! things weut gii'y' and men) fi>r was expected they would be able to capture
t steamships running between this port and j! t h1Ijurily-The Whigs have a majority I in recovered.the thigh and hand. has neailv J Uull..rlO. while but suddenly the curtain was /torn; I tio! city. The_ entrance of cattle ;iito the

England. both branches of :hc Legislature.j : ] -- ..llIo-"e.h city was stopped dIe before.
1 I I i .bl'n"lo! who should day
Ml e learn that advices have been received Tin br g Export, and a ship, went n shoreat ROBBERY.M r. the comp Iny >o I -.
!
-j In the of
city Charleston Holmes i l U thp hold but tho Rv. J. L. Weerns fidtllin i
from the of the ShOP time, nearly oV! Ca-sai's Creel ;McLean of MrConin-Uvilli. *, Xlnrgnn RObt'l I awayas j
British |
secretary and elected to Congre-s by upwards of 400 ( The if for dear life itself but for LATEST FROM THE PACIFIC.
ma- : poor
American Steam i i master and creor the brig have airiv- : (Ohi-,, fIn bis vv.iy to Xew York! was i really j 7
.! London that the Navigation British Company, joriiy j over Ltgire. Tho whole Legislative j ed at tllJis place in the \' recking sloop! ClolJ(". i Monday evening vOn on the rail toad jut lit*. '' t the amusetnvnt of hit; dancers: It is cer who naiyuith Peru.-Mr. W. B: Hodgson'
Queen is expected The t;linly a h-ippy faculty 10 b able one's came passenger in the brig ficero.'at
to turn
with Globe and
lioket running Mr. Holm i is al sloop sm.ick; Splendid of
-.0cleetcd. t lore ri'iM'hi'ig Pliiladelji'ii., a arall for t this
;
to be at sea in November. haiul to port frois Jamaica, travelled laid
i M- \ cvcr
'I have saved about three hundred boxes of any thing. 'cm1H one of .
1gar SoOCO; ; on the National Hank ol New Y rk, from
.1 The company have ordered 1,000 z s.: .. from the bii i;. Tin master of the hrigjj t the di alt bi'iig: ml, he found he u most eloquent preachers oi las lime-one of the Pacific by way of Panama and
to
: of coal to be shipped to New York for I t.r city begins to assume its wonted a F1- has kindly" f.ivored us \viih the fi.llowinglctff. l: | was prevent too !'at'-. as the thief p had anticipated; .' the chislest writers-au honest peddler;a 1 j Chagres concluded, and is tile bearer of the rati/ied'
i between ,
supply. .J. of life SEPT.: 9, ISIS.-The bri Export. C. M f fI t.list rate tiJdler; and above all a good; man. treaty : the United Stt e
and ,
ance activity. Our citizen-* j him, f'trcied t his name and received tlifj mon I and! tlie Peru Bolivian .
I confederation. 3Ir.j
i The steamship President, of iwifnty|i are returning from Ibe north, and an occasional .Morril), of Keiincbiink, sailid from l\latan-1! ey. De-cription of this gentleman swindlers -' --- ---Baltimore-- sun. j! j H. sailed from Callao on the 13th July.' HMtilities
; ; four hundred tons burthen, building by zas 4th in*lJnt. with a carijo of 1.179 s i j as foiluv.s:-About ;5 old five led: I
I arrival of betokens years Tim still existed between
tbu CAXAIUS. Cbiri.lllielli''er.cchad
g-md.s
; of H"s-I -The ( the : Peru and
p. and news
1 of coflee re- j
bag bound for
the above named was in franc i tfugar ,ei i.hl Iin' inches bigh dark ro.iiplexion: ,
company cr |
proach of f our busy season. Cotton i is cm i- ton. On the Gib, experienced I si nation of Lord Durham, stated in our % been received at Lima fromValparaiso
a severe gale,
4 be |h..lllo vvhisk'-T.s. and bl.uk dre
and expected to ready for the stati ) I wore a >s t that the
ning in in cnntider.iblc which increased last l i is confirmed. The Canada expedition for the ina5lsion
quantities ni ndnotwithstafling to a hurricane. On the 7tb
dres, e.st t, black) hat and stock.ENCHANTED p i
during the next summer or autumn. coat, \ of Pei would of
I the while lyin too, she styick Reef I state that he will u sail abont the 20th
caterpillar nnd drouth.: ; on Ledbeiry j probably remain i in the '
--
Mr. Stevenson the American Minister -1 Jul It wou'd
consist of and its
I 4000
the
men,
Ihe of Middle st'a running mountains: high.; Tho brig until his is t
product Florida will not be MOUNTAINS.-The following !! country successor appointed )
o
had been to his ; destination
confined. room for ten days JT was supposed be of
j hilo-ed in I 1.1 minutes. We got some port
illneis but j I much below a fair average crop. The price out our long; account of a natural cnrioaity 13 from the and shall have arrived. Public meetings ]North Peru. The
by severe on the 24th, August boat, and madu (for the shore, and narrowly Chilian squadron for some
was able to ride out in his carriage; i i! varies from 10 to II certs for fuir to piimc.Wo escaped being drowned. The brig is I tl.v 1'.x.' Telegiaph have been held at Montreal and Quebec, weeks had been blockading the port of.Cal!
pal 1 his mountain hill i is situated his
singular or entreating 'l lao.
: lordship to his determination The American
on the'29th, accompained by this lady, I he I have no Indian news this week Io broken in two; and she will be n total loss; on the t1l'aJ.llt'ri of tho SlIicy-a SPialitributary to abdicate the forego i{ -squadron'was.- at Calla
left for Scotland. i but a part of the car \\iIlIJl saved. Aboutan governorship. -- t
communicate. Gun. Tailor with his of the Colorado, about eighty miles Iien will be 1
two
John Van Buren, son of the President 4 hour previous to our sri! in?, a ship struck t we think, the general opinion FATAL MISTAKE.-A'workman' in a cit
l in north '. ,
illll.
Bastrop tnrcc
of the United States, accompained by Mr.1 companies of Pr.igoon, and Capl. Iluite r's very near us-nil hands bad left the ship, nnd It is:nbout three, hundred u feet wosteily high, and appears j in the United States, that the resignationof ton manufactory near Norns'own. P* sent

Richard Vaux, of the United Legation command we learn are on the Apalarhij' art probably lost. She \wiit to piece, andI I In he an enormous ovnl rock partly Durham will prove a great detr I to an apothecaries for some pulverised chalk
l
: left London on the' same day (or Cheltenham ; | cola, awaiting ihe expiration of the tiz tienppointcd think it was the hip Thracian, of Plymouth : i imbedded in the earth. When lhe uriL ment to England in her relations with the ] nn article used to keep ihe thread frcm no

on a tour through Ireland and I for the removal of the Apac hi. her cargo was rail road iron, machinery '- hliine", the light reflected from its polkiit Canadas, and will no donbt tend to has | twisting, but received :Mislead' white lca
I cola the 20th of thin and dry good* ten the iuture Not discovering the mistake he used tie *\
Scotland. Indians month. We .surface as (horn an immense mirror, and (be; j independence of those province
I C. MORRIL Master licle, and occasioned wet hIs'
brig Export. having often to
are informed that the Indians have become whole mountain loWs with such diz- ,.
Sulley's picture of the Queen has not, The sloops Alabama Dread and Caution a I fingers his mouth fii itt lie w3
J' reconciled and will observe the zling radiance, that the beholder who views The, Quebec Gazette "We applying
itippeari, come over, but was exhibiting\ treaty. of Mystic, bound to this port drove ashore says : can soon seized with vi.l\t sickness ad shortly
; and lost in the i it even from i the distance of four or five stale on competent authority that notwithstanding .
at Liverpool where it was extolled to the same gale. The only survivor l after died. t
There is a rumor in circulation that the is unabu: gaze.
miles to it without it has been .
upon cx- thought
tkiei a* the most perfect image possible' yet ascertained is Joseph Noble. They expedient to ,
f of the Lire Insurance and Trust Company of St. went ashore near the French brig Courier. peiietiencing a painful: sensation similar to disallow Lord Durham's Amnesty Ordinance I
virgin ,sovereign, aud a gem (hat Fortegn cichage. _ftete was o great
i that which i is r'ltYht'n .
t America would be proud of lor the sake Augustine contemplates establishing an Noble escaped from the Indians and joined sun.The looking upon ihe rising His Excellency has received letters amount of business done je tero\jy, in Lx

of the artiPjDC8 I agency here this winter. We learn further the French Crew. When the Indians came radiial that ascent of this hill is so very from Viscount Melborne and Lord Glen- change: ,for the Great western.than has been

that this institution resumed up} with the French crew, he passed himself I : persona can easily walk up to in the three
four
specie elg
paymentsimultaneous expressing warmest terms their transacted for Ibo past fO years.
Polignac van at Munich Aug. off ; t the top; but the rock is so smooth and
or.c.of their
with Ihe banks of the I as number, nnd thus saved slippery. approbation of His You remember by J letter ofSept. 20, rjouwer
28tb hi Georgia, Lordship's in
on way to Veionn, where he iriten his life. Noble has arrived this l that .those who make the attempt are measures
ded first of his month. The institution at 'place, the administration of this ? Informed that an undue exportation of
to pas the winter, the climate of B
ria being to severe for his'shattered holih. serves credit for the movement nnJ we hail sloops-all of whom are persons doubtless on lost the i of shoes. This act, together with i discharge of the important duties of High spice-wo'uld_ not be permitted, and that If
except :
I em'ents made for bill oo
2Tiree men .of war, the Nereid frigate, it as indicative of a speedy resumption of himself. On board the sloop Alabama, the name of the place, Holy Mountain C- Commissioner." ran.reditwhen were 'drawing to

corvette Creole and brig Cuirassier nailed' the hanks generally in (he terri 0'1' Capt. Prentice Parks, Samuel Wtlcher, in U. mind the visitant very forcible of tho c'om-' 4 ( exchanges became so hign as Yes

from Brest fur the const of Mexico, on the _- John Parker, John Dean and Joseph Noble. maud made to Aloses, at Mount Uortb: The Maria Monk Imposture.We stated ;: warrant forMarding !ihe.precious mdala. the

11 instant.. TbeCreole is commanded I by L. A. Thompson, Esq. has been On board the Dread "1 ut off the shoes from off the feel t lerday, a large amount was drawojor-by
Francis & than
apponl
P.
Helmcs. had
c. that .
more ayeor we heorilblloTd
thVPfince de Join rill e. Admiral Bandin The Cumanchcs ago, Phcenix Bank at, 1 i&j< aod i lPi.fld: 7
ed Commissioner of the State of Georgia, regard this hill with nell-- requested to her I0
p cornea, ,jD 'the .Aereide, to. take. command : i ious veneration, and Indian i prepare manuscripsfor bauktng.h nwto Bancker 4-I
of the blockading squadron. .Thesevastels'were .lake the acknowledgment of Deeds a assemble from the pilgrim frequently : the press, exposing her own imposture at'1164, wbi< .p'la. complele stop ''M

to"fmich at Cadiz and theta I be other VVr.tjngs; and Affidavits: tobe 'rccoi. ; t this tribe, to perform their remotes Payuim border ritw of and the conduct-her-cliput in this city. exportation of 'p'c.e, only a5iii47t0_ 4V

joined bj tbe.frigalerGJoire: and Medee.. ed or used.in the rtuto of Giorgio i on its summit. up Subsequently since we have made boo eovereigus having'previously. taken,

: tb"i' any publication upon )the subject Maria which.went. out in.the Great r ester .

Important prepcxtwe- I ttgfUnxt" Hydro- We paid a ehort visit I to St. Mat Us. ii t Publish Dsolations.-- Monk has voluntarily made a full confession .:{* $Mar :'ol .the 'biUatalten ,) na1 _

"p4ia.-,A p1Jy!tri bal ds poycredlhat'drppi.of week.. Tbeplar' \, it rathor dull at proc : T I tried in the your'N: y.; Circuit Coarti suit ret was ntly -ProtestantSclergyman-,- a.fri )"j fpr.tbe p posepfpaflrifor ttocka-which"goodi, tcady.were

; :. WjyjmineraJ acid Applied owtrtj tbe d 1ar'tn'Lherri"tI! of' v t ; t brought by,a,.Mr.. Bi>gler ogauisi C rnli1ri-& ofours, under fircunistances of manifestsincerity u arrived rnQtke'ftbl and for ii4iiiiflitted which as soen.

: to rwoand occasioned bythe bllctor'la1 1lm1iac:4ue.at! : that port, The e] Spence; to recover $JSOOJario amount" of 'oftl1e wIt le imposture, and all r
ties with tbe uderataDdiugiIiattbefk
.u.u"tiri. trwm.l' ;l i2yp''- rOTlibbla1, /... ,Wafnuw aied! from New York on the 2 : bill of goods. eohjbjr pUiqiff) Speace., a ;d; toe: particulars. I l before the i inception of the h "a. b f.f1-tten .t red emedi fj ::4butwe .
; .
p,*i pItteDt1**.; -The acifTwill. decompile i e .,9t,- jlg; -- .(riA -., { ;n.9Jf: ,1:. ttjto rn.Mert :. :The following tire their names(Joseph I I B. charged lo-the fitm twa months aIteri.1j.oit- pl t. .Iutlii! '1o f *.l: -'bfto, the" nd: J'h9P.Y.- J'{, J .1i 'fj it_ ) :ei ..t'. n'"1.f.,

'. "Mi ira id71
diWithlb1I- t"\\,1Jt; 'NiuH .' #. b id '' forldigbfor-rijore.i Boti John Grny,'Jlmcs Jobn''Murplay'Jamea; Del1nett i, .ed to show the dsioI l tl ri'hiiil bfglp bti.q ar cocthe; di.'cbaa ekrortk .i"aTbhr. e are,na-imfcOHuU. '.krritals her? 1 lit
1t" Savey William DilUnow. ed the .
'
jur/
( # gave,' r4tSoc.pt1Pt4j4't ihO q uegaan4ut, obe f J "t" l1"Jh U "41"Jt
"
,4 bl""dJtl't ,tt lit '*
't-j "

:& .

'r_ 4 -1':'"' ''. __.-.w.v., ..., -- : p : .. I
.4_ __ I 0 1



'.*?7 V? .-'&
f .
ji ..

I
U



.
-

..







-----_-'--_-. -- -. ,_. I._ 'MAJISIIAL1S
NEW YORK OCT. 5. hou'-e ilenn, and !urerrnt negroes and persons of 3L-1 :. -- : := : 1 --- -. -

color from harboring or lurking aoout find JV arkcl Notice. \ NOTICE SJtLK.
tnoori in v. -* NOTICE.
The Great Western left her nz house, particularly on Sundays; and all such person ALL Persona indcbtod o.Uie.ei.late of Benjamin f ta>HE Co-nartn T-hip heretofore exwling under SIX weeks. -afterr'dat f f h r ppfy toflTe' Hontfr. i mioiiiJiish
the dock at the foot of Pike street precise refusing to depart when ordered, it shall b> Chaircf,deceased, are notified that settlement thereof i the firm ofTAFIIOLT, *: CO., at St. able of the County "Court fur Jefferson Counfy ., .i:: Gtnrral if tho United State* ii'

Jy at half pastS o'clock jertefdaf afternoon. his duty to take such offender or offenders( before mint bo made, and all persons having 'ehaim. Mark, is thai day dissolved by mutual consort.AH .- : for Judge letter administration on the estate of p'imtilf._ ai. r Fernitin Ciftrcy.adnnnFjtrafiriof John

find procredcd in *ra. She bad on board the Intendant, who may order them not more than against the amc arc notified to present the tame ptrsans having accounts, 4-c. with said Firm, Lhrutopher Smith, late said county die.C. t Jarry cecraycd. iic .lt! >n five being ten Inches, at his discretion. duly authenticated within the time prescribed by are quested to kettle them with G. Gilott and W. DEWITT. Sjjeriorl .>uri of(Ue Mi idly Distnctof Flonda.forL !
one hundred and twenty' passengers Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That the City Marshal law. In case of my absence from town br county, Gcore Vliller.of said firm, who are doly authorised 5-6t i n County, and rttunut! to >'i>,fmber Tern
all shp could with any convenience ncommodate. = for attending to the duties imposed on him by the same can bo left with L. A. Thompson or J. DWcftcotl to those the same. S S TAFT, Monticello, Sept. 8, 1833. lt>3T. t.lpii&j" court J hatr levied upon, and tdial!

For onedavs past her agents this art shall receive FUC'O compenoation as the Jr. Esqr JOS. CHAIRES, G G JIOLT, 0'i Saturdty the 13lli day .>! CKtol r, 183*. witlvinii

have been compelled to refine to receive CoUnil inny hereafter allow. Qualified Executor. GEO: AIILLER. : NOTICE. -il h .uri on nauI d.i. exH, t tnV! o. u,.' h-irf.,

anplications Stc. 9. Bis it further enacted, That whenever a October 13. 1838. II-3m St. Mrks, September 22, 1838 7-am are hrrelt csutioncd against trad Cst bid'Sert..r FCCIC .? 'IVt-a-1 t \4'ii' i,.*x Nu'aM
parsons }
any more piaseji cr$, though nnmerous finoFlull bo imposed fb: a vioUtion of this act, and AD.MLNISTKATOR'a[ NOTICE. THE Badness will in future be carried on under ALL for a certain note given by me u> Jjn-rn >. S7, V 5$, .in *;i.,, Xv .Wi. -. "! ir.u
.
.
were made to them, aivl a prcmiun the faiH fine, imposed upon a white person be Rename of lUt! 4Miller.. G G HOLT, Lamer & Co. for the sum ot Two Hundred Dollar ; Tai'jJian'e-*-. -- r i- pi k 5.i"jp ..
offered on the established price of the not pad. it shall be the duty of the Intendant to ALL persons having demand* against Chiistoplier GEOMILLER. nod ome fcwcent, in the mouth of Juno or Jul!}, a that.r. ,j, : v -'*J '.;>. .1 &* j.fc .

She has also' all the merchandise ctet the tamo by execution of the property of the smith, deceased, late of Jeffcrunn County, will 1833 aji said note will not be paid unless by a Cudcourbo I &ate ri>t 'o be *.o'w a4to4* ti. Ly 'kit.
passage. and ifs colored he render them duly attested lo the Administrate,- (;utit ii j' a r Tftihifcae .
inform individual no fi'icd ; person, or WILLIAM ROGIRS.Chatiahooebee,3ept. 1. ** -
NEW oflaw.
she nod we are HACKS. .
freight can carry, And nil indebted to the will make ,
tn panic Ii
8hchall, he (riven not more than ten lashc, at the person 1,1833. 541 Ji* I'i 4F'.
.d a larger number oflcliers than she ever discretion of the Intcndant.Sec. payment to the vaid Administrator. B1 r. i:: I M.sept. .

ariied before. liehidcs the freight and pis 10. Be it further enacted, ThM the Market C. %V. DEWITT, Adm'r. 4th, ies.ni &-t.tTi'e
sovereigns attached to the Market hou. shall be in October 20. 1838. U DISSOLUTION. ajiovo ,. ,rf PC
lenders, she tikr- out 50,000 vpace c, THE Co-pa rtiiershrp hntol r eiisr'n; under amljo.iriii n-tiI ttis Stu lsj
temiUed.no doubt, oimccotint of the nd van the following litn.ls, to nit: all Wnync Square, AVO 'I'ICE. the lirm of DAVIS & KINUUiSS dissolved by November- next. at U. anw t1i1'i aid pIai.e.DISSoL.U'I'ION. ,-.
and Iialfof 4\daris' Street,ojipoFite said after dale -.- -
one square. THIRTY days application will be mutual consent: %
Afli
of
ccd rate t i-r- L. Sievens and Pas Passed in City Council 211 July. 1C23.JOI1X made to the lion. Kkhard H. Long. Judge of the Tlif bjs.iicss will be rontinucd at the old stacd .
The strain b' is R. Y. G A REY. Intcndant.Attest. County Court ofJatkaon County, for leave to -eil Over the Harrison Course, Irwin- by WM; 4IIEMCY KIDDON: The urn, of RYAN 1 LEWltf Pl the P1aii.cs4hluiti
'
file arcoinpain*>d tie! Sicai Wfs.ttrn down .-LISI.IE: A. TiioMP'o.v, Cl"k Council.D"Ti the reel estate of William Pattirpon. deceived, in toil, Alabama. Sc teitbr22, 1ed ,., oratlie1st ci tq.ni. ihe

lli Hny filled with pis.-rn eis, and the con [ c above Ordmanev will bo rigidly enforced said County. JOHN M. PATTERSON, THE Jocky Club .ifthi. Course will take place OM. of the estabsjs111,1t hate lr m siLx-.ciI t.,
Mr.
com,* 01 people iiitli<\vluivex and Uaitrry, from and after the first day JCoxembcr next. A. s. WOODWARD, KXV*. near Irwinlon, Ala. on the 23d October next, for COTTON GINS. tltbu Kyaw, who will eltlc the man- V.t? t s all
WM. MILLIARDIntcndant October30 Ib'33. 11-5w agan ruid firm. | JO&. D. l.YAN.L1hIP.LEWI..
,
'led \\itncsf her livcdtht' the following : utecUaw Cot
collc! departure i> piirscn THE subscriber has a lew aiipeciot '
Ta'Uha' Oct. 20 1833. ll-3w
"
c, .
the public ink-rest in tbo success of At MA1LSIIAI'.' SALE. 1st day, mile heals $i0 00 ton Giii,, assorted nzw, on hand, wluth they will &'ptember29,1): '

laniic steam n.ivig-itiou: is no wa\s diminish OtIC('. Y Virtue of two writs of Fieri Facias, in whiri! 2d day, 2 mile heats 300 00 sell low In chose a con'igiIiCiit, and on accoinnv 8-tf

HERE AS, the South EiM. quut-r cfsec- B! \viIi! Alston and lloswi-ll Hull are PIaintiffsl 3d diy, 3 mile heats 400 00 dating terms. UKNJAMIN BYRD &. Co. NOTICE, -

,(1. y lion rijliteen; and ilie N uihwv&i quarter and James J. B.rce, defin>iant, issued 4th day,4 mile heats COO 00Stli Magnol..i, 5lh ?epi. 10J8. 54wUjr .q IX Months after date / shall present
\Vc may cerl.iinly expect i1i 1ioya ol"ih<* -utli\V.st ijunler ofs>tc'ioi ci ltcei.; Mipcnor Court of the Middle District of Florida, day, (three best in five) mile heat* 3)0 00 ie and vouchers la the Hon. JoJi-e my aecuit of-

William steam t-bip from Liverpool here on ("ill in township ore, of ran*" fourteen; North and for Leon County, and returnable to the November The Jocky Club of hiM Course met at' the Ex- the I'rcsldeiu of the U. S. the County Court of Leon Conoty.and pray for 4

rjr.day next Ka't. ha\r b en wuhhdj fiotn juivatc cnuy in 'IVrin, 1153:!, of said court. I have levied upon, iliaiigei. the Cl-ih rtuiiiofthmii town and j>rot red PN piu.si-ai of law. I, MAIUJN VAN BU- my d.schargw a* Executor of tie estate of Ellis

r >uc'j utifp of the! pl.itt Lcisg improperly clirckis and eliall.on U cdim-day the 311 of Octuoer, within id regularly to (lii' appointment officers. On mo- It i-iN, Pt-e'utpnI (j1 t: UI1Lea ) iL' of .'t n.ei- Bnrmj, JPCased.. GUILFORD flUItEY.Ef

INFEUNM. M.4cIIIE.-Wc this i\t iCC is lieri-Ly Riven, "J'hutI n'pIc ttitns the li-jjal houri Oil i.aid day, expt se IL> iahn I.> the inn nIiIme anti Feondid, Dr. Benjamin J. harrison ica, di l' rtby ikehac! end in k" '>n" i. *ta-u N. B Lutees, and others interested in tlje

AN day >r thin aliie heard from Col. Haskrll, at the coronet's of o'clock tin ih first ulay or D.-c rnhr next.liOCT. in the old town of 'allalidf-s-ct1, and tin im|>n'\e- n J Col.! John VV. A. Pcttit and Col. Fort, Vice .J of F.oiid.i, on .Mou.iay, the fit.li day < f No- with. \- fortS-

fire, n most remarkable cirmmsUnce, which J. HACLKLEY 1tter.Taitaine inenti thereon; at prc-hcnl occupied by \udurl, PrrMdcnt, amid Mr. John K. 1'ort Secretary and \JH.b r next, sor the d.sporal or t'-c: j i-u I c iainNith.n s.PI. 1st, 1833 -
4-Gin
flee. 15, 18 ;5-Il. ( and Lwn their TffuMircr.Tins nits of lh ur.rferm niiwii' -----
occurred in the lon'cr part of Dloeker street laridoiii| a ajxitliecjry llop m \\ the Ii tnwn-hips --------------
last n'plil.' I It appeared from his statement s Kimirivaj' frjin the I'nlilicw St.iJlta one part; and by L.Carton! Mirtluiit Tailor, in tin- Ul!, is now regularly orijaiiized, and the .inJ lrationtl tott nsisis m te eat Flora la lan-l Notice, :
hero in hired Nfirro fellow other Levied ti.o of said <.t> br god sjmrt i. flaltcrin *
that an engineer! CfliIell on the CJIoton via named 13VUI). Said Negro i U about o Jiuut'.J. lire, and to be suld according lo law, at Tlie pil-i'ii of the Turf in our *i'ter States, Noilli ol the base li>:e and ea4 of! th* merd an.FraMona dec. hereby g\re\ notIce that at the

jer works, living in IJIceker >trcut, liid been fei t 3 IIH.IM-* )lu !li, \cry inumuar and tie Court lloiii-e in TalldliaiMT.SAM. South C rjima, (icorgirt, Teniiesjee, and even the toWs sli p one, t we', ''hrc, fuu', .t cit. five liszt Via 'g'ofLe.s County Court, LQ wjfl

jn tli<> lubit, duiing the summer, of sleeping! slrone, jtt lilatkviih u very large mouth, 11. DUVAL, Old l)' i>.iii..n, liouid give u* a tall; we promise tea-i ot Pt Mary's river,] ci rargc t.\e-"}-tLree ti.ially nettle his acconnU and apply for bi* dig

with his window open.-This *eeiifd to give a soft ioic>*. and #pcakfj.l.. He had ona M.rshntl Md. Di t.Fla.Ojtobcr llicni all ii the way of toittciiiiiuc an i luxury, that '!'()., n>bip< One> t o, th' cc. .mcl fo.ar. and fracuon1 tlurgw ai admmutrator a* aforenaid. -

opportunity to MJUIC evil deposed guod jacket 'ind >>truw hut, and is about l st, MIU.Tuciuy a now aiti flouncing country can afford; and a lUWIIIlp! hve, ol t rnge tctiity'ur.Fo'.t PATRICK a" ;
an ; }person 21 yearn of a jo. A liberal re.vaiJi I b' jivt-n for Dollars Revard, voild l'e. IiI.t; lOO, .f WL C jo attempi a robbery. The onjjinecr aw on I",,'n. J. II. ItANIOLPII.TahIaha'ste. The I'roprklor experts then* to give him a chance live. "
lhemlfi.riber
irotn
1everal occasions, S11flC persons lurking hear Oi rtol.eri7Lh.11U3. 11tfSUPEIUOU WNA'v.'Y ieroiinty, on .Monday, at the Upatnie id, m>t,, to do all this, and rverv thing i.iore nrcc>saiy, toadl Township, of rang" lw n.y: six. NOTICE,

fcjs premises, and suspecting their designs, a NEGRO FilLLOW, ni'iitd Ldinoiid about rive to He I spirit i of the Turf in tin jeclniu of the, 1'ricii n.il t'jwushs| t ne, iwi. tl.ree, ai.d four, olrad : ALL persons holding eliin against the enate

determined to set a trap for them. Ho ac COUKT, LEON COUNTY, feel two or three inclu-s i igb, rather ytUowuh cum- moral Vueanl, liert-in he hopes ere long to >ec e twcnt>-s -\eo.Fia Ucnrjr N Nowiand, James Simpson, and

construed an "infernal machine Fall Term, 1838. plr.x.on very btraiglit hair Ioranc io. lie carried tin? spirit nf ra inir m iu acme. ion u lownsh p one, two,and,three, of range Ndihan Wiliamw! asecr.ar rcflue irfin n .

eordincU Alva Spear Jonathen T. Patten, \ oll'w'ilh lniii a lar o (KiiHi'iiian'ti pi iolt iron barrel Slatiic and litter Hrali. twenty.ciht i.erit them within the lime prescribed by law an t&w -
formed of a board, on which were placed two CHAWFOKU SPROWL, Proprietor. two, and ilirje of notice will be plead ia bar of the .
Partners, trading un ler the firm of / and brass mounted. Said negn* is aoonl twenty-file Friciion.il iWQships one, ra.tgetwentyninc. *am -. -
IJiwie kIII es. This board was made to fit Spear &. Pdttcn. V Atteh't frI <>r six vears old, and i> j carpenter by trade, and Jvo; R. FliRT K-J'C. &. lro< *y.Irwiriton '. THOMAS M. JVHITEshojand

into the \\indo\v, nnd drawn Lack by a spiing; I V $105 20100. will: likely; : try tn seek employment in poilie city or August llHb, 1838. 5.4w South of the base l hne and east of tl.e merid an Adzn'r Ex Officio.

the con-lactors beinj two threads! placed j Jom! B. Pcabo.ly. J vi1tacor! pois-ibly he miglit have been cnln ed ojt'bv Tow nship dix, of range i i htetfii.I Marunna. Sept. 1. 1838.TVoUcc.. 4-tf

across the window, which if touched, would \ TUB dcfindarit and all others interested will come villainous ulnic man The abux ward Hiil LAND FOR SAIF, 'n nships live arid tix ol' ranj nineteen. .

immediately cau-p the machine to strike take notice ofthe instil i tinn of tint mil liy attach- be jriic-n fur the aj-j reli .n'ion of Saul nero ando01ineiiiciit iir: scriber offer hwUnd 1ir sate! in
j ment, and will ippoar and pkad to the declaration in j-cnjf i-ae! jail, and tilt y dollars for dm Count), l lniilfs X.-\V. of Tallahjs-ee, twenty. Johnson,dcc.m e requested to make payment to B.
u ninst, the intrudrr. I He then told the per i filed tliert-ii', within th tiino ptricrihed by ha w. the itiffctoun.n. MTII TATUM, rontam.n; iliirtvcii hundred acres, fi\t- Town.Liips[ on", two, throe, and six, d range twen- \-, Johi.M ; and alt persons having claims will

sons in the house that he was going out of | L. .\. Ti I OM PSON, Ally for j1tT' Uj.atuie, .Muj-eoji-o, eo. Oa. Si-j.i 2I 0 41.DJNTISTllYl hundred of which IH in loun, and fastened his cloors. Last niht; a 1 October ] :;, UW.:; ll-3m ---- two good fratu'-d Jwclliti r Fractional t.wnshi[, one, township*two,tbnefcur, JOh1NoN, Ad.n'rx.,
tra. houses_good G.n. HOUM, .j five and six, of r ingo tweiry twy. Anges 2;, :I'tf
nan, deeming the coast clear attempted to \ NOT ICE.I //E Pi.bsinln re j> clfuly! intormn the citizens I S and screw-.g-md Birn, III Townships onr,two,three, four, five, and six, of -r-
rn'rn the -priii2 being touched, the board T of Mid "fcNP.L MeRAIINY i i" M. H-
autliO'-ii'-d
f.i\r !lioni", and o ic of the knives entered thirTUali's ;I "g my appnt jiormanentSy located hniiM-if in 'I'aJiiIiassee| for the Townships ot e, twi', three, four, five, and six, of M my antlioreJ agentV -
| aJf for t'if' settlement of the estate! of John Ta- ) urn lionw,, nm! every other oul-hfiuse nqu.ailc f.r | four. V Cuing my abimoe fr. m the Terjjtory.3IICJIAELLEDVIII..
radicc-of llti
while the board him with [ Surgery. practice will cx- lange twenty
body, striking turn deeeai-ed, in Leon ( oml,1v. Planter, AHI! of never failmjr water.of thc!
a i-prinj .
it-iid to lie adjoining counties of Udd>den Jefferson, Townships one, two, three, four, five and six, of
peat violence, foiccd him some feet from the j niCBK TATUM Admr'x. and of1Iitiiia', Georgia.OITue Pt1rtt kind!, and tvery part of i.aid Unit well water ia-ie, twcn y five.Fraui ___ 1t.1, I-33_i_

\iir.duw.: J'o was picked up, bleeding and i October VO. 1C39. 11-tf at the City IlAd. ed. \\ itli the preirijke* can be had an aluindanl sup nal township one of range twentynine.At IVotice. -
.
imensiWo. He is said to be a notorious WV. .CROSS, DcisliM.5ttember j lily of Corn and Fodder, if desind. Persons wi iing the same place, in continiuti.'n, conun' n'inonmrndiy ALL persons indrbtrd t.j ue estate of William
NOTICE.ALL to purchase, are invited to call and examine for the nineteenth day of ovmb-r next, Wi.l I am oV. lire ot'
.' 1' 27lh 1033 Jefferson
thief.- IJ7ig. 8-tt eonnty are rciu. -
| ,
indfl''pd lo the them clvi'i. JJoth as for health nd soil, a* a bargain hInds the
rcrp"r' rslji'c of John -- for the i,:si ne! of ilie public w.thn limns ( Lrl n, iaktt l-aymen 'diid tLoe
-S-- -r ---- -r- Blair decesftd late of LPOII wi'l FURNITURE FOR SALE/ will be WM MeG ItlFF. umlernienimied and fractional navirjde0141 -
Peachy, County, -riven. of t'.ie towi.ships :da agatns$: ihs isarne to present them duly aathcutica.eii '
Did), in lint._ Ci r. on Wcdr.c'dayJa.t, WILLIAM make iininrdiatc payment lo the\ ctiiierilpretid THE Sub>cn''er lias in .ore !fur sale a beautiful Gadsdcn county, Pent. 4th, 1838. 5-m3 tokvnships, to wit. lo thubsjbr. "

\\ I HI h in :, rfTjlrlftv iUe1 C en.need 15 eanc those! liavir>2 dcminds will pr( sen t them culy nttes- aKoitnu.nt of Fnrnriir-.cnnsi iinjjof Uunnus, Administrator's Sale, South of th
ted for feetlknicnt. Si I. lnrts.: U'ar.'n.i.eTab'e, <, La U s Work JtCP'TIIkl tiutbcriber will tier for sale on the That part township eleven, east of the Sjwunnr A'iyist25'liAdaiiuitrutor's> 1t334. :3.4
SHIP NCVS. JAMES S. ROBINSON, AdmV. Stands, B dsteads, Sofa Chair-s,curled hair Mnttraa 3d day of December next, at the late residence of river, ot range fourteen.Towiiihips !:_.
October 20. 1838. 11-2m s, ic. &c. K. J. H.lCKLEY. Martin Harden, deceased of the county of Decatur, ten eleven, and twelve, of r.inge fifttrt Notice.
,
Port of St. Marks. Tall ihi-sff, Srp-eml K:< h, Ifi'B. 1-iw Grnr M.all the' stock of Ilorics. Mul Sheep, and TowiiS'.i te.i clcvin.and twelve, of stTteenps A LLper.onslaaviuany demands ayiinst Lit
of Letier nmiiiuii" in the tot Olh<:!, Ho- Household and Kitchen Furniture, Planta ; rarvgc eoury U'aUer, i'ee., late Jefferson Coaoiy.
Ll-T OF VC
Sip| Spnnz: C i k.tur Luern and eleven
I'HL Luriii'la! Ilirkue, tor New York. *o<.n uitliiii three miiitli.-from that tim, will be M-nl F. Cuok, Jr. will cull on tile 15th mention. The ale to continue from day to day Toushp sevtn, townships deceased, will please make i-nmeiliato payment.
Il i JMII II Mistoit, for New Orleans to time General IVt O.HCC, a. dead letter November next. t-j all foU. JOHN HARDEN .MniY. und iwee! (west of Airedondo's elji-n! ,] anilt'jwiuh L.B PARKER, Adrar.Monfcello .
until ,
are of
i'c'ir. M try Auucti New Tax.YoikSdir. Almcny Mis.(daughter ofMliiJn Daniel For freight or j pasage apply to the Sept. M. 183. 4-4 Townships;p even ihntcen arid, eight lange, eighteen.ant lrictoa.il towr- A' gnt 151 h, ItSO 3 tfIVoJice.
S'll'i'i s.
ht. Ontario, Bo ton. Mary DaxinMc rntt Jacol4tkin > Cap'ainon |,,,nrd nt Pt. Marks, .rto R. II. BERRY"IJRS ship nine, [noith t'f A. re lomlo'g claim,] fnvcttonn .
$ Niw York.Arrived. < on Siiadr.iLk MtMuirain KLzabotlidams 1'aI.tlit.! ..Iiue, Si.'htleIilpr 2). 18311 8-6w FRESh! PROVISIONS township ttlve, (south Anedondo's claim,| SIX wccki after date I U.alJ apply ro the Judg:
fichr. __ ,
Brandywine
.\ Abel 2 Mai.nc! F.dvvnrJ F.AlOc.Miian and to.cii1ii' thi.tet-nof range nineteen.Tuwusiiips ofthe County Curt Le..nCoui.iy Jor letters of
IN sTiJTs7ri"iJlJus
Mr. MfLeoi',Jr. Norman r/i IHK.tOL. Just received per Lucinda, from New York, even and eight, fractional township admmiMiaii uontu) .itateoi Joan Blair Pea

On the lltli jnt. Schr. Mobesliee, II iwk, master Aieritt Mr Maty Ncumans Jjincti J. I t'L BTLL I Inn\ : a' rnt fmm the Trri, 70 D'-U New Flour uric, Jr.ortn of A redo ido'.s clam,] fractional chy, d .c.late ol Leon Coun-y. .
via Akridge James 'I raicm *__1 |r rv, (bit, by l!>r pertiii'-s-on of I'rfv'dinrc 'OdoPoik that anti township J.S.R(1ON.
soulhot
16 .lays from N. Oilcans, Tampa Hay, 'JS tiwiiship twelve ( rI.uinJ]
wuli Govcrnnicnl s-oies, Alderman Timothy Pal Zad.cuK or Alexan'rBill he n ill Kfiin conn ffirm the 1llp..ri.im oh| F.iMiionwilli 20 J do Market Beef thirteen of rung? twenty. Augaitt2th. I8U8. 3 Gwii'i'Ir'
Lewis 6 licit Jacob Pairamore Reddin ihe m"ct fi-h'onaMe.' apnificierl, and gi 'anrrt 20(1 l.i tjoTi.n"uc-t ...I it } --.- .- -
On the IClh, Kris Somerset, roaster, or ... ., ;
q -w.t. e-- -' .I Iijq u n.ut ricMfu aunnon nine tionti i f Arre ,, (
t.
.. I fit A l- l. Pa LL .
Mi'i ,
u.r.- j.i4tti..t
diTrain "Xrw Otl *n w.t'i .in Hssnrttnrnl rr. riii' irvette 1 ) toilf pr. r. t. DANIEL M-RAENY
1 appire coratf- man) : 0 Kc. Sou-.ed Tripe
Brown Parraninrc Kedtiin W. township twelve [south of Arredoiido's claim.
OntheldJi, Schr. White Oa'r, Wells maur, Mary liiq; wtn.I I -?' the y f -M. a d the firit rf Ate.HACY .
Forin -n, by the l-.v, n o-t r -?p ctlulvHppri'soit lOBbUN-w York Hams I and lawns'., thirteen \"r
Pout ot
from i i h an asnrnet.tacrchaiidize1 Bagel Charles iliiam range tweniy ont. & .
30 days Plu'.ailelphi \ WES, ,
ih.-tt I.e Ins riceivid di.rPS. IS37& s
i. just Port Jrne yr.ars
comm-inity 20 Out
I loz and and ihat of >
Boon ileliecca I'arlur M. A. Townships seven e g'l', part to 4 .
Uri Ivc'nd-t ( ; N w York l'r\v ffrcli -e i. US. vl titt nirua :.->-.me it ff the tame
per ron a t
? piece 20
On the IH'.li) Schr. A'.ja-ai!, Collier n.atter, 35 Brooks A: Co.Mebrs.J. P.P.vut IVetley J. lo Sherr/ slnps 1.1 >e, ten, ..htven. aut twel.t, lyin eM o'Arret'ontlo's m iU -- n i.-. T' ,'
*.nr> r. fper. Ln tonV.t i'ieih l bl:ict, bu! -, 50 .Sa-ks Silt -e srr ? nr placed jnA.ir (tie
t Wm. \V. Sni.lli Joh.i I). j ciaiinaiid, lowi.iiptliiiittn, of raug. !
from Boston, JlfJz. Baley rle
days unil, faney CLOTHS'1 w huh lie will rr.'ike rp tooriUr AlsoC'ofiee T:ha-co HarnttnnH Prfsrrvs, j. m ju P. fiber, w'ti -a ao tK.ri2.ed to settle
On Uie HJi, Si lir. Tuva i'li, Dlivin masier, Cra r'fdVilliam B. S,>enccr Isaic Surj'r. twenty-two. ':, IoMe>( .
ert' 1ii' .
in I lIP or'el! not cp, laef.-. lii.>n and in --- >j. *> .t ei'ti. will >av*> ro$(..
fj 2c days from New Y. ik, M '7.y Caillon Jvf .n Siej! >!ierd William! Fnmi'y lleninj: Clianiagn. pn-1 a zrneral nss rt- 'FlWt1Ilip3 seven, ei. ht, ni.ic, ten, eleven, twelve.aid ; .SA'ht7Er10.EUflNE1r ;
the le and mistake.
bct st '> -
possible n
yl Fiancis of N w Y 'kVtav.li IJtK.nUoLtrt StM-imuii Lina > theft ot GroceriesCENTKF & KEtN. tlurteei:,of range tweniy-ti>r r.To .
t (hi tile 3S.li, bip V.aiy Dona J. U HULL Tali'.a.st -.rg. 1 t :: .
York md/e. 'I'.tl1lia.see, Peptenilwr ag 1-: Nv ,
,
..
: \\ n 's er, 31 days Iron Utbosp Peter 1'. Sdle M ri&htDickson By J. I'. \1AY.TaU.ilt'se. -- C'T' -- 4
Ou ibe I8ih Ijii j Aldcbcronfs! Bii-jbee maa. -r, floulai.d Siinniiis John 2 Se 't. 20 'IS 8 7'lwK r- SALE. and Unite' nof, range twenty four. S hlji.. _
:;o lr m k, hdmonsori Julm Shilliu'd' I'Jiny 2 Townships sven, ei4ht, IIML-, if n, eleven, twelv*', r-A1t. pP'4)t...: J y n- .
Cleared, L'terelt Mr*'. .Martha tSir.ith k. Parramore 2 Ii WlKOO DST B Y ti'tuc of a writ of fieri facia, in wdch R.II. a d tlnneen, ot rarse twenty-five. \Vil-'htv }f'i- *, 1 .: --
On the 9:1 hi insu titeaw Patkrt New C3-.tliM rJCtwOrlcJD' Freeman Thomas Seller John 2 (;#TH IIF. Ful-s-nln r }ha just reeeued. per schooner Henry plaintifT ind John E! prn defendant Tiie wiles will ea< h be kept open :or two w.-e! %. w'i .. i'-.: faft'L .

fo-New Orltai.s, wiili a cargo ofHU'es landy Booky Sellers John. Sen. 41 I'unker liii I, diitc fiom New York, and ianow ii-ui-d out of ll.e Suj>erior court of the Middle (uncs! the laniis arc sooner disposed of) and no longer r iLcr-' ', <. -" -- '.r<. r .*.'" 'g r!* -. -

cuton and jasieugesf, via St. Jos.-j! and Horn Aurin G. f-'clltrs John Jun. or Sen.Hurrt openme a ren.ril assortrretit of such goods I! Dftrict of Flotiui, for Leon County, and returnable ; and no private enliiec ot land in the townships ea i d, il* pita*? ? *; -, a.A55, C- :. -
Peiuaco'.a.On Kohert C. SmilhJnlni ns are suitahJe for the rcn">n. Purctmsers are invited lo the N-MCinbrr Turin, IP3.'I of raid Court, I s i t-fHrid will be lmitKd until after the expiration t'L-c. i'l MJL

t.e! 13th|ii, Srhr. M 'lea-k e, IIn\k n.a.sttr, Allan ki1i1ir Gal>rielHenderixin to call nnd examine for thcmse'ivcs. l.cvc levied upon, and hal| on Saturday, the 10th of the tv.-o wecls. Theie will be ricludeil Sejember
orNew (JIcu s, \\aii LE.I.aL Unpin John Svixai| | Edward Low for rash orappioved credit.A.. November, wit'iin the legal'li'/un o'n march day, from the silca herein jirocf.iirned, lands op nopri.i- -, :

On tlie listh Schooner Ottaro: Vinci ina-ter, for C. 'liomas S. B. F. DIJVAL.Ta'Iance. expose to sale to the highest bidder for ciisi/a? ne- led for the use of sh'*>l iri itary, or ot1! er purp. Eceiscv's t.1Le.
Eoiton with I 113 bales cntlri. Ilcrst Robtrt A. II. Vanbruni E. J. -. Aa-r. S. lf3 S'-tf gro boy, named WILLIAM, aged about eighteen. 5' 5, n'sj lind covered by j rivatcconfirme-l claims, ,r. lIE Sub.eiter '1vio:: it'i, anrtd

Cleared Bn. Smvtel Ilojbton Eassct ma'-ter, for I Harvey DavidVliileJohn2 NOTIUK.BlIlCfubt Lcvi'-d upon 55 the property of said John Kbern, surveyed or inisiirvi-ye.J, and land to which pi.vae ser o' tie U.-uri .1. ('ha-ctrv'tis' U.e Jf-diik

-tw Oilcans, w itli l Ia1ts.1: Hendcrunn Zacksriali WelU Shnrfrnck ,- 'be' 1>"" 2 a'j utt"l I ave the Ti-rnJL and lo hp t-olJ accordtii" to !law, nt ih -Court House : ciai.ns .re.ills.ged! whirh tiive noi yt leenonUnnetl D tri-t in tha (CMS of D. G Itircf.*. !if., et iv, *
[ Jhii1ion j t-ry, al'' persons Iaving )9unesi with him in Tal'abaoee. PAM. II. UUVAIMar.hal by lawr; ttg t, er siti'nil qu trteise< ti us vl. A./.in steRir, I ery ufes ruv'ie-. .;i nor uirimeb.e
AN ACT | Hendry Kli II. Waters John will trai.act it with Gen. Loigli '!eml hi< authoriz Mid. DUt. Fla. and iVui-ti'irml riPctiCiiis which! may l>c cut Hurt by, J i athe lue fiaasot'U U 31,, ria-s.eati
To of the of Talaha! ce, ilurat. John a Watson Isaac nd theri-fo made 'o sub hivautim and L fll A
reflate the Market City Ha-ent" JOIIX HAVI S. October 10, KI33. 10tfNotice. < tequ.re new 4- .Irnmuatl, StjCo, rou fio>; bond
aid for other purposes. | Jones William W ruler June If 1637. 6--f $ when such ehim*shall! have o.tn vtrvcyrd. o.iio k ncciiiiit, or lur rrtt,.o* i'twrwe.--thar,
Section 1. B, it enacted by the Intcndant and | Jol.nH'in William Withy Wm. C. Sept. Given unilcr rn) lunJ a' the Ci y ot'V *hing- in oLfl'ieuce' tt the expie'sdrtere ,o.the'ort..

City Council, That from an.! after the first day of Lacy !1r. Yurborougli William NOTICE 4IX weeks aflrr date i Khali apply to the lion.I ton, this fou.tetnti& ('..n of July, anno Dunnin nil iTibts nnpaid wilt be n.riKwiih put, In'suit a;
rVjiirmVcrnextibc >IRkgt far the City of 7'nlla.lii'Me I Linct'crger Benjamin Yarborou h KevJohn W ALL person* indbtcd to the estate of John Ta- Judge of the County Court olth.di.ilen County Ira" M. VA.N LUUtl.N.By the next term of the pr..pirelurt. He vriUrerd

thall be rcgujjted ap hereinafter mentioned. Lc-witf Wm. late of L %on County,drrea d,will make for letters iifad&umi.trauon rn the fftato of"JohnCayford ) the I'tes.c'eiit a list of d bts due in G.uijJ .County in a few

Sec 2. B" it further cnacU d. That it fclmlt not be Persons alJing for the above K-ttern will pleaKC payment immediately. Aidg&hi thofo having demands deceased, late of said county. James Wimcornl', days It Isaac it Ha.ri Esq, d.iwiey, lo whom
l 1afu1 fur cny person or prrton to pell or ofiVr for I say advertised, JAMES W. SMITH, J). M. will prcfcnt them properly authenticated, to JOHN ?JlLlAlSOOct. Comipj.1bncr of the General T.and Office I jeymcnt may Ur nmd; all others mna. ail npon

ttle p/froh meat, |ou5iry, butter, eggn, meal, or ____ 10 3wj PHCHE TATUM, Adrnr'x. 13lt38. 10-6wp'd the subscriber at l.isoSicc inTallabaiee.
limits of the at October 13lh lC3a. 10-lf i NOTE CY TilE COM\II5IONLv. .iiiES A JJERTELOT.. Eec'r.
vegetable*, within the rnrporalion, j A LIST ol Ltilrr* reiiiaininp m the -- .
other la than the Market House, or s2ace, : | NOTICE. I: is understood io be-in conten.platon to ectab July 26,1833 5Mf
uy > .e _
j JTSL l'okt Office nt Tulbba Ecc, on the Itl NOTICE. itli a cordon military posts aero--s the Peninsula
until at&crth. boor o'clock, A. M, under
offij.ht
of October 1838.I wtikn after date, I shrill appv to the Judge IX mo lhs afitr.ddte tliu subscriber will apply ol F.oii-'a, .a a ronvderublf distance to lbes uihofihe NotIce,
tlie Penally of not more t'lan five liollarc, at the Jolmslon Daniel SIX (lie County Court of Leon Coifiy for let- K? to ific Iloliorable County Conrt for thecountyr lands prod unieil. for tie protection oT tefiont.er THE Subserib-rgivesrot ce to hs friends and to
dutrctiin of the Inlendant, to be reco\ertd by ac. I I Ash Thomas tern of comioidration on the estate Matthew of Gad'dcn, I'or leave to pre cnt her accounts aidI w'u.ch will afford :m ample oproi-tnnity to rnWi' in gerera', tCaf he hapncd aa
twi before linn ; one half lo go to informer, the Allen Jribc M Kinatick John I vouhers and for final dirhar from the ENGRAVING 4CCPPER PLATE PRINTING
Kuascli. deceased, late of itaid County. I pray a pur ha-ers, prior to the sa'e*,to examine the I tiiils;
ba1an! to be dt p'ited Jin the City Trramry, furthaupe i Atkins I) Luke Lively ''M. CANNON. I adniiniilrat'irs'iipoft.e' estate iifthe late Doct. Ro- a Urge j oitt n ofwhch i is represented as being very >ffic in the Town of Oamcy, Gnd den O>antr" *

ofthe Corporation. I Hum ylllfn Lincl rpcr .1 C October 13 C38. 10 CwHBPAiniNG bert H. %\ ibion. HARRIET WILSON, valqablf! whcr all orders will 1e executed with the gerestCl.
,
Sec 3. Be it further enacted. That any person AJmiu'x. v.illi will anexedBy .le a ni dcmpahi.comrr1sir Bank Note ptatesIn.Voice. .
Sr;pertons who nhall pnrelia any artirlen mentidii.i 4| Branch L II Morri4 Thomas 'G U & JOB 0 It K.B her Alturny. JOSEPH -BR1DE. (13-6m) NUTICETO PRE-EMPTIf N CLAIMANT .ilila! ni Ladng,Map.Chi is, Mereantil. and
in the fccond lection of thin" net, -o exposed or [ liloxhaui Mn MartbaMcGchu Mrs Chariot Every person claiming tight of prc-cmpuoa Vi-iting Cards&e.&e. .
f E'JJ. METCALF having removed from Mr. to ol th-- lan>!s designated in the at! ove pr'cdamation -
until af-- any
Also Pac.
tfferei for sale without the Market hous lInen Louisa M nuinij Silva Notice. ,Copper Printing'exeented 'w lily neat-
# I TOWI.ES to the well known Shop of Mr. Jo"in is itque-.teil to prove the same to thf s tififtisiion -
|i tcr and the hour of eight o'clock, A.the N., UII of five forfeit dol.Ws llrittgtnm DI-s Mary Murphcy hugh Er-sov,on the corner of Monroe ni.d St. Augustine TILE CopaiUtership horctoforp exiting jn this of die Rei- (or and Receiver of the proper neatly nssanildespauth-Sitverplatc cngruved and renairfd. %of every description

pty for every such offence *um be | Urillle Gdbiic-1 Mathis Trice P Streets opposite the CAPITOL will at all city und i the name CANNON &. RUsSl'-LL, land office, and make payment therefor as soon a* ThIOS.-M.SRATr0N.
at tlit discretion oftli Intendant, t.) recor. call his line. diMsolved on theCClli of last,by the after seeing this notice 'in order
d the said second Hroclut Samuel Meliz Henry lime* be ready lo attend to any in was September practicable that uincyJu1y25838
and appropriated as recited in i Talluhawcee Oct. Ith, 183( 10lfTALLZTlASSEE death of Mr. RuxscH. All persons having claim the claim miy be adjudicated by llvosc officers
ection.B 1 Hellamy % Tm. McCree Miss Li.aIJranch had will them for set biw in doe time the
against parlnrr hip present agreeably ti prior ti diy ap- NEW GOODS-Jnst ejvuj,
shall not
; e. 4. Be i it further enacted, That it Joseph Blazon Mury tlcment-and all pt-rsoi's indebted will make pay pointed lr the commencement of the public >-ae-! Tie Sabsrrlbers respectfully inform their.eav

h1ft for auy other person or persons to put.d" in Barhour Durious B Miller II D ment Umnoliatcly to WILLIAM CANNON; and all claims noululy made known antI pad for tomers an \ the public gen raliy that'tbey are now
** my of the article or articles mentioned Surviving Partner.T rpior to the date aforesaid are deelai-d.by .law to and Jf''
Edwuii! Newman Elizabeth receiving opening a { eaer4z as rtoi ntr4>
lii until aflr the hour of linker S. -
|* second nectiin of this act; ebr fofciud. JAMES WH1TCOBJB
allaliasrae. October Int, 1338. Goods, su'tabfe' for'tH* Fait and }ITiatei. Trs.de.conjistina .
''bto'cIock.A. M, for th purpose of again exS Carter James VV Na h Mile -- ,Commissioner af the General Laud Office. : of'Dry Goods, Groceries. Hadware.ind .
'
PLa them for sile in the Market house, atore, Carter Levi II Ponder Jackson KXCHANGE.DRAFTS Cuttlery Boots, Phow, and Hats, SaddUs,
IhlOpor any other place undcr penalty of ten dol.r.to Chjlfs Jumps W Pendorow Jogjab 2 on Baltimore and New Orleans, in GUOCERlliS.tlSTt I'KOVIalorsS, &r..J Bridles, "Woodwara, Crockery, Glassvarr, 4 .-

be rtcovercd and appropriated u provided Dr Wm Hubert Nathaniel suit purchaser; also aCheck :on the rtceived on consignment, and will be which they offer HW for cash or ppr.ved ?credit,
loris the second section of this sri.See. Cross .- f2' Bark Charleston, S. C. for '11C4. sold very l low to close sales. at the old stand of JTm Maner,E.q, eoraer Aloa-
S. Be it further enacted'That for the bolter Craig Dr John A Rouse Mies; Penny Apply this Office.6th.October.4C'i8. 20 bb's.' flour- 'oe and Clinton Streets; ;

'tU1tion of the Market, it hall b* the duty of the Craig Wm P. 4 KosellughCockrell 9-4W 10 bbls. whiskey. BARLEY GORMAN.

"JMrhiah io attend Ut the Market house evciy Charles D Ilieves James 2 brli- Madeira Wine200 Tallahassee. September p2,, 1S38
"loroii! ,*, and if there should l' 'any unsound meat JOCKEY CLUB RACES DISSOLUTION. bu&h* corn. > : -r. -
Iloueo Canaday
Itpo.cd f s.le. tt hs1I beiiii duty lo order the Corley A J Annual Race of theTallahawefl Jockey Parlnerfl'ip heretofore ciuliog under Ibc 20 boxes very superior. avanah cfgurs .

*ncr of such meat to reinove the tame beyond tiw! Collaway Hutton Rosa IfiUiard THE will commence over the MARION COURSE THE of Centre & Keen is this day dissolved 1 y bbls. butter crackers* f TuUahauee, ,

LmiLi i ofthe Corporation J and ifthey vltouldwlienWdtrtd Cotton John \V. 2 Simson Miss UCleilat on the second Wednesday January next, and con by mutual conent.' The business will in future be 10 dos. excellent pickUs. THE Sa'j.cril>erte pectfully fnformshia friends

) refuse or neglect to remove the name with- J J W Smith Thirna A tinue four days. carried on ly Mr. Wm.Centre, who in duly author' 2 bbIs.swqae1motasses.. tho public that ibis e blkbrnent BOW
minute diall be the duty of said City Oth Sweep'ta ke. for 3 the B tasks London porter under his entire contra,jradthat he M prepiued toaccommodate
twenty it Elizabeth lit day. Wednesday, ,- izod to settle concern.
Cleveland Siinp.on.Thomas .- those who favor him
2 bbli lost & ; may witi iheirrustom.
oflend'w.aud tgr;
Uushal l forthwith to atrent such offender or year oW Colts,-2 uiilo heat Subscription- 920 ; WILLIAM CENTRE, 3 is
Bar with lfjSdotlter
olives His stored
Daniels Abraham Tony a ngro man 50 doz caprea and ; ebTojice.vim
take them before the Intendant, and nponahaU half forfeit. JOHN,B. KEEN., and bis
Raisins tabus.suppnedvWfcJ
tOOPIt1IOth U subject to fine. of not more Uurrence Francis M Tioiti James Seven )ul/scribcri and cloccd.2d October Ut, 1838. 20 0 dozen b xes sweet good oil. -,; the market Ittjuors affords $o pains .will oe spared the beit to

tI31 five dollarf'a the discrerion of the Intendant, Flynn Thomas Taylor Green day, Thursday, 10th,-/ockey Club Purse AD. BCETTGEB, t ,R. J. H CKLEY, Juctionccr.. rende* traell "s'to be racorered aod appropriated M rtctitA' in Uritne William Tatum John 0400,-2 mile heats, Sept. 13, SI-C think proper to patronize his.csULbHahroeut. ,H
.second s etx>n of this act. j a William T srrel MujrGrissett 3d day, Friday, 11th,-Jockey Cluh purse, $1000 RESPECTFULLY informs, the Ladies and Buildmss are undergoiog soeh rcpsi 'as wfll enaMe -

Sec. 6. Be further enacted, That any person Guflnaway EKGraves"George 4milebmits. jm. GcnUemen. of TgUassm.eend iu vicinity, .4-v : Notice. tim M>4>ft1f.* "tend bis tteoogiodaUnns io a
-** persons expuaing beef for tale >within the limits Briber C rhorasom Soceod Race# A. Sweepstakesfor 3 year old that hp t1t c6fttinoe'to'glv. ihjlrpctlon on thepIANOIEORTI
pf the corporation, as well during nu.rketiaours as'Ar 2 iTlm fltise 'Ann C F1orlda''raised.Coll*,-1 inile.'heMf! -/ ub ription ; -TpEIn in the?counties composing Middle in the Territory. ...'" .'* '* *

shall exhibit the hide, bead Md ears of raid Godfrey Samuel) 3 'Wjllw 5it'e.It $100- half forfeit.-Tbiee aahncribers and claoed.4th District'of Floridr, to-wit : Gadjdtm,. Leon,.Jcffer. ThepaLrODage.Oftha'p5bfle Ik i'espee'tiy *ajjmtited.

kef to the City Marshal,wb *e dutj.it shall bo to Christian Wilson William daySturdaf,12ilirPropriclar's Purse.f300 For the next winter season, to' sU.wLoiaY4Avorhim ran, Madison, and Hamilton, are hereby directed In JOSEPH D. RTAIf/
Keep a book, in which be shall carefully record jbe Gramlinff B -*.$B. uiU baitit -Thrc. best in five, with theirpstro.uoge. make their returns of the Senatorial vets to the on.dersigned September 23. 18 8 > >" -
Ir""land brands of said beef,' together -wivb theLme Harrington G Wttaker Wm Freo tat all ; agrwably to the rules of the TsJla- He also offers for sale sale a laff* swsutnt of In order'that he may consolidate them'nc N.B. Good Stablinjj sadnfrender v provided

i or name* of the vendor or vendor| rfaich {Isgsn William Webster TbosJ buM Jockey Club. Entrance, 10 per cent. Music forth* Piano Forte, just r.e.isedamoag ; make retarn lo the GoTernpr of Uw Territory fir hopes oAteasiinahle ttzu.NOTWE11P..' -' .+ *

book shall be bV>0t at all time to Uie cumin ationoftny Hill John M Waters Mrs Lucretia .- TJO.I3ROWN.Tr.uunir tao JaUsI pnbljcationslf by Uo 15th'd y'pf J ov iuber next, io pursuinco ofan'acfoL'Conffrerr :-
Ic Fortes repaired ntoned reasonable at this 1astseuioo. f ,' w Ui.
individual Whe.njay with to voo iWAnd Nathaniel Proprietor. : passed .
A E terms. His is at the old Conrt UOOM. A' f ned from -
if shall violate this Harris 104f room L'PUVLu IX jpersfta* &r rtif tratimgeath.Sxenlbr.lw
any person or person* pto. October Ittb, 183C.- V ;
'Ward
vision of hall be 14 Josiab .. George T Tatlahrmweelner5tbl838. 9th.1'tyIj ,'tLS Manb VHid. Dirt of FhaUAvIDS.W4LK9 tII4g
Uie act, he, her they, fined in a a) ftotlee.IDTHIRTY -, .. ,_ >
a nun not exeeedtof'Uti dollar,or ibrfeit the beef i: G: SI ARCY. p. M.. : D8:afler date, application- STtOItiMiLAILJ, *<>? J ,fI tofe J 6tt
|t the dsscrcu of Uie Ihe fine to beteeeved i 3o MCttether.t ,
; Iniendantf r t : t made bt'Hon. odiJtforrt r County -Court of J. *
and appropriated a* recited In the aceonA I .. rOTICE. Li made Leon1COtfoHeaYs1t6 fl the J4 io( 2*. $ lbs firstof isod&ry ATORNEY'47W4JJ ,,
} OCtl9a ?fhII act; and .the beef when :.forfeiVad, SIX weeks .Cr4&U! pplicstionWL tu Wfllohbi WbW hb44id.1I1e ,f amid 4oJ ie1thM1raao.*,siistioite4 fmiirtrding WILL praMks I in jhe. .CouxUof" tb MWdte

btfl btd Jby the' Kanait and the proeeeUU { the Hon sodloMdi.Da.cS'.Cprtfof letters o! : 3orn1wUrrEhJUfts'r .t f0ta4d & lisiuttLiM s.ih&s to

1QTh'ruau7l; .flmloi.trttioa.PH !. tt OTffipsf'C7 R JLJ 4 'MwMwwHrrEt1vR'r11ii over 3 B,'BU.aWlaTtUaJi w H rtli4ibauL 1
ec ,:-e atili le *'* "*'??& ** *t-tft #a&$
4That .. i .n rMU Vi ; ; ; "TVfrr 9>& !> rkiir rsbcrpIbje3
okeepthNu ? '- 'v Ce
.. 1, -. :t L ib' trLv4r -
am 1.c. :;; I 4b ''a I Ib "
;1 ra1 ; T 2'' P Ii ) 1 sI ;x'it

F. -'
:

'--_:: A---
kf fL-



:: -- --s---- -Vn w
.
:-: ;: zjz ;:





.
.

-

.
.
I'I

.! '.


.
.

_o ----- Ties which boast or Tteiabla tal iWi nu,the Life. V_: --i--- L_

! : __-=- l. -i---- -. I.: -. .. r--- -- '-- 11 _. r J _-,_. : __. r Pills, are purely and SOLELY vegetable, and eoniam _

"4 .'h1n." i htr ':or' XOtIiC.. Nodee. I LAND FOR SALE. NOTICE neither Mercury,A nti o.y, Arsenic,sor any other

.. __ THE subscribers have just received by Schoon will sell tract of Land consisting'of SW A LLthoseindebted to the subscriber will pleasfe tainbral.in any form whatever. They are ertirly
,
-- -- -- -
my
--- --- Megvntkook,from Bangor, Mail [ .8come forward and liquidate their accounts, composed of extracts fro no rarear.J powerful plants
:to'; 'r. thousand it best Boards inch. acres, 170 in a high state of cultivation,.i of
SO ciear li j2 either by cash OC'notee.-t'4o intention pressing the virtues uf which.though lone known to several
\ .!) "" 1 tJ ,'.10. ill De 'n deU 4OOOO N*> Pine sawed Shingles.5OO good gin boose, and screw, a aiene of aer.ro but simply to get s set eminent pharmaceatiral
: the parties is contemplated, Indian tribes and recently to some
;
.. .
' and .
pan
enough
, cou ty for e'.ter* Bbls choice Lime. cbw provisions t supply | clement before the basinessseavon recomll'ences.R.J. ehemist,are altogether unknown to the
: I idHiii i.tratioit of llr cstaeli. All! of w1icb they offer upon reasonable terms,low tatin the firrt year. The land sitaafed 8 nile HACKLY. to medical science ; and were

;, '.. P. GtiANT, Adm'r. for TAFT, HOLT Sf CO. Tallahasseeon the Micasakee road sad adpiu April t8, ti38,_ 38-tf iirornt never before pretenders administered in so happily efficacious
Mr. Lorimer and others. Immediate
log poet
r6
Sl (\I b. Jay G, 18'8 4-t -'
ARk;. i.ition.
\V eomb
sion will be given. For terms apply to Dual sue TIN a
NOTICE. JOHN C. JACOBI, Hutcbins, TallahasseeB..A. CHAPPEL.Jan. E subscriber continues te carry on the manufacturing Their first operation is to loosen from the coat

,; A:IX months afitr i llte "m>lication will be m FIRST PREMIUM 6. 1838. 2-t T of Tin Ware, and will at all times of the stomach and bowels, the various! tmpuritiei
- of L.. for let ade either at whole and lilies constantly settling around th-ra ; and
con ity court n county Cabinet & Sofa Maker, live on hand a genenl assortment, era
t.f dumiivon from tbe administration 4f f the cs'ir5 Of New .Char Columbus Georgia.REPECTFULLY DISSOLUTION. ale or retail l. on aa reasonable terms as can be sold to remove the hardened faces which collect in' tb<
Other medi-
ot I't" H.Kh 4e!. E. P. GRANT, Adm'Ut inform" arnHE Co-partnership heretofore existing under ii any:Southern market,deliverable at my store in convolutions of the small intestines. .
and leave socl
43si6IXmonth3 this WM. H. FRANCIS. cines only partially cltase thei-e,
June i 41 the name ofDvrju. & HoTCiiiMS.is day lallahassee.
-_ ctizen. Ta1ahnaee, dissolved! mutual All having P. S. Hating now an experienced workman collected masse behind as to produce habitua 1
1UTICJ.. -._ and Territory demands rgainst by cenaat concern will pnn'them toALLX. all l articles will be made to order in the above line, costiveness with all its train of eils or sudden liarrhota i-
. after datf I shall "resent aecoun's rida, generally, that he has either in th* with its imminent daners. The sccontl :
my FoaMY Duvat, who is authorized to aad all Job work done without delay, .
S and vouchers to the lion. Judge of the sP 7j ii: permanently located himself settle,all debts due by the rill. And all thoseindebted 1'n ware 01 sheet iron business. W. II. F. effect of the Vegetable Life Pills to dense the kidneys .

C.unty G.urt far Gai'sdcn County, and apply for II Dl ri in the City of Tallahassee manufacturing will make payment to him. .6. 1838.tf and the bladder, alld by this mean, the live stood alae Celt 01' eiperieaee
of -
of the for the purpose the Leaftby action of whit b eniinlj HAVING an
a final dikcharre from the administratorship ALEX. FORMY DUV L, and the lungs lkkd to the pubLe al
decided
: estate of the la'te William Gilleland.de'. I CABINET WARE W. J. HUTCHINS. NOTICE depends upon the regularity of the oniary organsTbebloof combination roecVine as }*
; .4RCUIBALD SMITH,Jr. 'in all its branches, a 1838. S hereby given,that shall present my accounts which take its red colour(rom the age. perior to any ever ed
l V MI Tallahassee April 3d. j8-t to the American people. TIle ,
Administrator.qjincy. the that it will be to thoir advantage and vouchers as administrator of the estate of cy of the liver and the lunrs before it passesa rat bein bred proprietor .( T.
lures
May It. 837. 40-6m I by giving public here instead of importing "or NOTICE. Samuel S.Christopher deceased the honorable i be heart being thus purified by them,sad noarsh- II pills his$a reoar Piysiclaa, uj jy
on
, l i the north, the style and workminship subscriber has just rcteived from Georgia Judge of the County Cojirt of Leon County at ed by food coming from a clean stomach, coarse* practiced profess extensively(for many ranIB
T1Commission climates enabled
t I It NOTICE. I not fr.1 be excelled by.any in the United States. 1 first rate 50 saw gin,and three of 40 saws, text spring term of said Court, for my final set freely through the viens, renews eveiy part of tb< I ted diffeient invald medicine the effects Ioof.s.toibe.

: months after date,application will be made Those who are in waotof furniture will do well, cast steel plate which he wishes to sell on acom. Lenient and discharge from said administration. system, and triumphantly mounts the beaner of is to a risk bin ,on ef -I&ida.
willing I'qlltatMn.He
SIX the Boo,Judge "'f the County Court of i not to order from the north, a the subscriber will rnodating terms. JOHN ISLER, ADAM WIRICK. health in the blooming cheek.
,: .j L on County, for letters of dismission from the ad- be able to supply all demands upoii tho shortest no- Eight miles east of Tallahassee.Nov. May 26 42m6 The following are among the distressing vnriet; does not beneficial prttesx that ia they are a othj

I niui tration of the estate of Hezekiah Waters, I II tire. 15, 1837. 15 llOUCtt'S PANACEA. ofhuman diseases to which the Vegetable Life Palls cure, or even every compli .
be most believes that in all disease wfcereTrthanie
I f ate of said county, dec I Rtferences.-Gov CallR.J. Hackley.E. Lock- A FRESH supply of the above valuable medicine are well known to be infalliable : firmly 'erient
medicine
LUKEY WATERS, Admi'x. erman, R. Hayward, W. H. Brodie, Cap Brown 10os New Orleans. B\l. ,just received. For sale by DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the firs -will be found or an tar a superior[ to .r U those needtd,oV,

: May 12. 1338- _4.6m L. Alston, Col. H. \V. Braden Wm. Lester, Captn'vnu' LONG STEWART BARNARD. and second stomachs,and creating a flow of mdicines which are any so much drgpurgative r

established themselves at New Orleans May 2G 48 healthy bile, instead of the stale and acrid kin Jure the the pnfe fc'
OTICE.j HAVE public prints aa pariSersof blood. Wlt\
i will be made NEW FIRM. transaction of Commission Business MID. DIST.-LEON SUP. COURT. Flatulency, Palpitation of tho heart, loss of appetite taken according to the directions aeeomatavia
IPonthsllner( da.e application subscribers have this day associated and soliciflbe of their friends and th* Heart-burn and Headache, Restlessness, ill- *
j SIX Cour. if Leon I patronage Alston Sum's ad res. in Ass't for$7000vs them they are highly beneficial ia the i
Hon.Jo Jze of the County THE Augustus ) prvvm
I the tt'etherunder the firm of public. to which tbev pledge their best seirices. temper, Anxiety, Langour,and Melancholy, whichare
issued
of dismission from the Administration -I >dam.Attc'h for $3,3,500, and cure Bilious Fetors Fever and
County for letters Reid April 35 tf will vanish Apr:
& the of
Gamble D/spensia
general ,
: November Symplons
said 3 ret'be
of Francis Drenx. Ute of I Thomas J.Green May 1838, to
Liver
j of the estate BECKSTEIN. f.r the purpose of tIDaCtibUliles in the city RECEIVED. Term 1838. as a natural consequence of it* cure. Costiveness Diapcpsia, Complaint, Sick Head.

I CO\lDtf, deceased..838 CH-1RLKS"*8 Cm AAmr. l'of Tallahassee. .1ST OUNCES French THE defendant in said case, and all others interested by cleansing the whole length of the intestines wit) ache, Jaundice, Asthma, Dropsy,Baesssa,
April2nh. I will hare on hand at all times a generalnsortment Qun a solvent ,and without violence; all violent (
process
They 01E Acetate and ,will take notice of the institution of said suit turn, Enlargement 0 the spleen PiM ,
of ] and will disposed to serve Sulphate, l\riue leave the bowels costive within two days.
NOTICE. 1 goods b aforesaid-and purges
assortment of and by attachment, as they are required Cholic Female Obstructions Heart-burs
Mor a general ,
the fri nds and the the most favoralleteim Diarrhoea and Cholera,by removing the sharp acne
I shall make returns to r put.1c upon and to the declaration filed in said
M plead
SIX months after date, cour.y .- *. ( .S B. GAMBLE.S English Chemicals. Twelve hoDyMedicineChfsts to appear in such fluid, by which these complaints are occasioned, Nausea, Furred Tongue Disteosion of tao
Court Jefferson of according to the form of the statute
honorable County from tile M. REID. and a large supply Drg., Mediines, case, SIBLEY. and by promoting the labricatire secretion of the Stomach and Bowels Incipient Durrles
C. S.
discharge made and
and to the same for a Perfumery &c. &c. For sale bv case provided.
adminUuation, apply on the e.taie of \\ illiam G. T. June 7, 183844. WADDEL, RANDOLPH, 4LEWIS. Atty for plttT.May mucus membrane. Feers..f all kinds, by restoring Flatulence, Habitual Costiveness Low oj
the
the blood
to a regular circulation through
process
McCldb.I.U "f said county. ieceue41.'otcCLELLA GALLIGIIAiVS VEGETABLK May 19 41 5th, 1838. : 9-tf of perspiration in some ease,and the thorough appetite. Blotched or Sallow Complexion

31. YOUNG : Adinmis.rator. FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY. PENSACOLA MAiNSION HOUSE.NEW solution of all intestinal obstructions IP others. and in all cases of Torpor of the Bowel"

I 14 183B. 3Cm6 certain and lasting cure for this disease. For CITY OF PEN ACOL.. The LIFE PILLS have been known to care rheumatism where n canhartie or an aperient is Deeded.

Mount Vernon,April A sale byWADDEL. .1THE- subscriber respectfully informs E subscriber havingpurchased the lease ant i permanently in three weeks,and Goat in They are exceedingly mild j* their operation
RANDOLPH, & LEWIS. 4L the citizens Tallahassee TII half that time local inflammation from ,prodUCIDg
LAST NOTICE. of this well l known establishment ,by removing neither navsea,gnping aor debility
months afterdate, Uhall present my ac- Tullarmiee. April li, 1S38. 3 and vicinity, thtl he has of from Mr. Tay'or, the lat,proprietor, will be rca the muscles ami ligaments of the joints. Dropsies Wherever these Pills have been once iotrodaeci

SIX and vouchers, and apply to the Hon. In Leon Superior Court, May Term Boots commenced and Shoes fhe manufacturing in dy to receive vi.itors by the 1st of April next. of all kinds, by freeing and strengthening the kid into a (family they become a standing rencdv,ti4

I o the County Court of Leon County, fcr a final settlement 1S38. the building immediately in th.-thI store city, of Numerous and costly improvements will b, (foam! nies and bladder; they operate most delightfully a re called for again and .$ain,which is IU&proof *
from tbe administration of Richard Dawon, Plaintiff, ) opposite in the arrangements and accommodations of the on these important organs and hence have ever of their good qualities
and scharge French & Cook Monroe he is
where
Lemon, late of said County vs. >In Replevin, on st prepare Mansion House. New and more commodious Ba- been found certain remedy far the worst casts of; Perhaps no article of the kind has ever Itea offered
James
the estate of ed to manufacture nil artirlesin; Ins line business,
01
defend nt. Houses will be built and warm baths will Ix Gravel. Also, Worms, by dislodging from the
William Da son, ) I tiling to the public supported by testimonials of a
ceased. he has good workmen in his and will war
ROBERT P. GREEN N motion oft defenJ.ltLy his attorney rantbisworktobedonein the employ, and at providec at all hours. A stable will be attached. tithe turnings of the bowels the slimy matter to which character so decisive, from sources ss respectable,
best
Ad'mr in right .f his wife Susannah O It i U ord're.l. that a mle belaid upon Thomas reasonable m.nner, House with good accommodation for horsesand these creatures adhere; Asthma and Consumption, or that has given more nniversal'satisfcetjon.They .

A. Green, formerly Susanna A. Lemon. Dawson Josiah Dawson, Executors and legal Boots prCls. other carriage First rate horses and carriages will bt by relieving the air vessels of tbe longs from the hive tie tesdmony of t whole medical
ane Plaintiff Daw. repairing done on accommodating for hire at moderate and sail nnc mucus,winch even slight: colds will cccask/n, hkk
March 10. 1838 21m6 representatives of the Kifhard terms. also kept prices, profession in tbeir favor while not a singe ease I'!
$,)n,to appear here at the next term of this\ C.urt, row boats with percent to manage them for the if not removed becomes hardened, and produces ill consequences or inefficiency can be alkdgei
( OTJ CE. and shew ranwhy this suit sllul nt Le revi- FREDERIC FILER, use of ,tisitor Billiards and other atuusemenii those dreadful diseases. Scurvy, Ulcers, and Inveterate against tbem.Hundreds .

LL persons indebted to the estate of the late vcd and stand in their names. it app ar.ngby April I Ib33. 33-tf I usually found at watering places, wiil also be fur Sores by the perftct purity which these and thousands b'ess the Jay they became

& Charles A. NJson, are requested to make satisfactory evidence,that the said Executors ire DRY >+'4 e4i and so conducted PS not to interfere will Life Pills give t.. the blo d, and all the humours'; acquainted with Peters' Vegetable Hits;-

payment to the undersigned,and all! .>haring not inh bitants of thi I Territory, but live in the GOODS. the comfort and quiet of the boarders. Tile wines Scorbut.er Eruptions acd bad complexions, by theii which, in consequence of their extraordinary gnadncss .

:Uims will present the same for payment,.properly State of South Carolina, it is ordered that public THE SuLscriber has just nctiveil an.l i h noj and liquors will be of the best quality; and to ensure alterative effect upon the fluids that feed the skin,, have attained a rorcnaiTi CKratcistir

tutUenlicitcd, or the same will' hti.n of tins rule he mad for four m..nths in a piilt- a general( assortment of 1)kVGOODS I a full supply of ice, a cargo has already beeiordeetl the morbid nUt of which occasions all eruptive KD in the history Jfediriner:
KERR in this District accfrllin suitable for the ea on. about the complaints, tallow, cloudy and other disagreeable
P. published ; I kirk \villarri\e 1st of .May. The very eireumssanee'a'fnee that Physicians II
t I JA3. A. BERTHELOT, li newspaper. ALSO I Mr. .'.G.Barnard, who formerly kept a popular complexions. The use of these pills for a very short every part of tbe Union,but more especially in the
I Administrators. law.A true from the minute. A few cases of fashionable HATS II tel in Wa hjn ton City will conduct the Hole! time, will effectan enlire cure of Salt Rheum, Erysipelas Southern States, where they have k ng been ia we,

I. Jan.50,1818-24-tf _ rIY THOS. H. DUVAL, Clerk. do do BOO T.S" 4-SHOES, a !npe. article for the Proprietor, who, wkh such aid, confidently and a striking Wnpioveme in he clearness are mafainj; (Fee use of th em in their pnicucetpeaks*
318. 4Jm4BUUl.TION. A few dozen pairs of Ladies Fine Kid Shoes. the visitor of l.isl and his friends ot the skin. Common Colds and Influenza, will
I NOTICE.: Dated June 71h F ensure year, volumrns hi their praise. Add t. this the diet that
WM. II. FRANCIS.May ucrally, that they will receive every possible attention always be cured oy one dose, or by two, even in all who use them invariable recommend them to
1 SIX MONTHS after date.application will It!made forlrtf to th lOtb 1638. / 40tfFIFTY I ; and thereby expects t.l gi.e general satislQci the worst cases. Piles-as a remedy for this most their fronds, and the testimony in tbdr'fnor U
of Le.n County
Honorable Jut?. oltbe County Court MARRIED gntlemanand graduate of the distressing and obstinate malady, the Vegetable
Ioiifrom thu mdminirtrationor the entieoUrrekiah 4 ( ion. almost irre 6tble. .Is an Anti-biliou.t remedy,
I ter of<1iiini Ponder* ,dp.cps.oo.lueo( naid county. University ofGUsgow, Scotland, long exp| f- DOLLARS UE \ VARL '1 he local advantages of this house are too well Life Pills deaerte a distinct and emphatic recommendation and 10 pre.ent costiveness th-y hate no riYaL

i ANN pONDER. Eipcutrir.EPH11AIM rienced in the business <.( tuition and accustomedto KILLALA broke c/ut/ of the Gads- know to need alcnjthenedue.-cnption hero. The it is we.I kuo"B to hundreds in this One fifty cent box wHi e tablt h their character.
E ecutor.J MICHAEL
I G. PONDER read the preoaratory and undergraduate courses Jail on this iiutant. The .,aid I facts that Pensacola is the largest naval station of city, that the proprietor of these invaluable Pill and prove hat there is truth even in an advertise}
J March 84.16.V 33 with candidates for, and members of, the South was himself afflicted with this complaint for
Killula is an Irishman, and speaks :ote English, the Government, ihe general rendezvous of the up
;t NOTICE. Carolina College, wishes to locate himself permanently is stoat and about five feet seven or eight inches Gulf Sxuadron; the salubrity of us climate, refreshed wards of thirty fire years,and that he tried in vim nient.More than two millions of boxes ef these celebrated

l'C months from date, I shall apply to the Judge (at the txpiral'mn of the present year,>in a. high, has blue eyes, and fair hair aiM is consder-: constantly during the summer months by every remedy presented within the whole! compasx Pills, have been sold in the United Slaw
J icjlthy part of Florida, of an academy marked with bmall FIFTY from the Golf the of of the Matena Medico. lIe,however at length.tried
\. or G!'!sdtra County Court f>r a final dt-char! a Princpal ably pox. \yiway the coolest breezes beauty iace January. 1835.
: from the admimsiration of the estate of Jenn"i or Cjllcue. His lady ha ( almost 20 DOLLARS reward fur the apprehension and dr. the Day and the neighboring; islands and rivers,, the medicine which he now offers lot he pirblir, and Dr. Peters Ins received upwards of fifteen bun

Coe8ond-c.l.! JOHN LAMER, AJm'i ) ears to the arduous duties of female education, livery .this place of the said Kill.tU.it bo was the abundance and delicacy uf the filth with whiclitfc he was cured in a very short tin r,after L" recotery dred certificates, all given in consequence of the
tnd niten.ts to make it the business of her lifd.- tried and whipped sentenced abound and proximity tc the best Southern had been pronounced not only improbulk, fcut
March 10, I38:' 31-'nC in.palachicol.t, ana waters ;osd done by his Medicines.
I: Inferences for competency and (:haractercafl be to three months its prUonment. markets, give Pensacol> the preference over absolutely impowible! by any human meai. That the pnbti* may rest assured of thesatatar)

NOTRE.f given to Literary nlleinen in South Carolinaand L. J. BELL, Jailor. alloiberplices in these latitudes, as healthy and DIRECTIONS FOES USE.-The proprietor of effects of these pills and the truth *f the abon

II month after tbtc.we will present oar ac- Florida. Letters addressed to R. L. EdmondsU Q.uincyMay7th, 1R38. 40-tf delightful summer resort. the VEGETABLE Lire PILU does not follow Ihe base stafements the R>lK>wiiie letters from medical jearlemen

, 'i ,-0.1 us :' touchers to the Honorable th., A. YorUvill $. C., will meet with immwdiatc ULI.IOT'S CORN CURE. First rate boats will run between Pensuco'a and and mercenaiy practice of the quacks of the day, in of rite first resp
I I i lv jtt1i-. Couu'y Coortof Leon County, and :UI_e ft iOfl Mobile, and will at all times be able to take the passengers advising persons to lake his Pillsin lare quantities.No fully submitted
to b. discharged from the administration on NOTICE. D It ELLIT'S PLASTER has Lcen used with from the New Orllalllooali. good medicine can possibly Le s-i required.-

ealite ,f Hcze-tah Ponder,deceased. the first Term ofthe County Court of Leon sucss : And wherever it has N. B. ARNOLD. These Pills are to be taken at'ted time every night CLjlKXSVRLE, McCKlKXsf Co. V...
been introduced bas the of other
:il Af,'N PONDER, Ad-ti'rx.: AT in the year 1839.: we shall present superseded use Pcnsacola, Feb. 15, 1838. 34-if fur a week or fortnight, according to the obstinacy J"ebloa,7.181i.DIu

' r.. -. omc& A.m'r .County..O"_ and vmich"r&. njid aonlv for 3 final remedies r.., for the; cure; of Corns.A Gentlemen wish ing to engage rooms for their famil of the disease. The usual dose U from 2 to 5, according SI&: I embrace tire opportsniiy of expressing
.\.0): settlement,and disclrirge. Executors, ot tne C corns*,.ppi.u-m.and prevent will further pntirrlv remove the largest ;**. __ -.i.ir... th* proprietor, at Pensacola 01 to the constitution ofthe person. Very delicate to you my ratification aifkesueeerawhkbfiasaiicudcU
Williams deceased. pain. Mr.So well U. Taylor! at New Orleans, the loimei pcr.ns struuiu trcpiuiib t>u. two, and increase tbo atlminimimtlom tf ... .la
r U tale of Drury Puce 50 cents per box, with directions for use. j< v >bW PiU
1 .t.-;: fi i iv- .>' : Jovida. GUKEN H. CHAIRF.il: ) Exccut0rsTOM For Sale in Tdllahascc. at the Drug; Store of proprietor.References. as the nature oftbe case may require; those in this section of country. It i.i u e mm o ask
i a..Ji.; ,' U 'e to llI. tl1lt: CHAIRES-1 S W & LEWI T Sandford Esq Mr. C. Cullum,, more robust, or of'very costive habit may begin with these who compound and vend patent metlt-

'.11' '. .;'1" .. ". ,1 i in 5H1 March 28. 1 PETEl 31 Gm's Mav ADDELI-NDOLPI, 41-tf B. McAlpin q.Lieot.K-bby, l"bile-S T Tay- with 3,and increase to 5, or even 5 pills,and they cines to say too much in their favor, Lot from whatI

, : .'_ ,I ; '. 1: .'* ____ 183. Plor, P Rea, New Olleahs. will effect a sufficiently happy change to guide the have Men of the effects of your Pills, I do not
"I" '. "t.HII.L WsVri I ?Q/l/1 D flm1 m -STOR 'E, STORAGE, &c. patient in their further use. 4 hue Pills sometimes think as yet they have received unmerited .raise.

: :. LL__ : t inlbrms the Subscriber has ta ken the Store formerly COTTON BROKERAGEAnd cea&ion sickness and vomitingthough very seldom Six nfomhs ago they were almost {

'. <. : t.imiblc jr. :! Jolui rTI Leon arid aclja-rent counties that he has THE by J. B. Peachy Esq.. at Saint Commission Merchant. unless the stomach is very foul;this,however may known in this part of Virginia, they are entirely BOW nn-the

..-,. ,.* a.d Tiiy t tncn-1 John made and appointed DAVID C. IFiLbOK his attorney Marks, and will attend to the Storing andforwarding subscriber would inform his friends and be considered a favorable symptom, as tbe patient most popular pills we have. In dispepsu and sick

.4.-c;. re my agents,and "ill nttci.d to sill E. W. Pitt's patent Cotton CULTIVA of uch articles&may be nfcii.-yi-I THE public in general,that be has commenced will find binseIfatonce relieved.and by perseverance headache, derangement of the biliary organs asdobsi >

_asUaiin; my ., hence fiom the Terri. TORS. He respectfully invites the Planters to cal cd tokis care. By diligent attention to his business -'the business of Cotton Broker and Commission will soon recover. They usually operate within inate constipation of the bowels, I know of aaar

.. JOn-- G. GAMBLE. and examine for themselves. he hopes to obtain a liberal shire: of public AieicLant, in the City of New Yoik, and is now 10 or 12 hours, and never give pain, unless the erient morn prompt efficacious. \

June 0 44 C. F. CLABAUC//. Patron" WILLIAM H. 1ATHERS.St.Marks prepared to receive Cotton and other produce intended bawels are very much encumbered They may betaken Tbeir mildness and certainty ol action render

Tallahassee, Dec. 26, 1836. 2'-tf' :lay 19 41 lor this market, which he will dispose of on by the most delicate females under any cir them a safe and efficient purgative for weaklv i individuals -

DB. A ?I.HAVING U-lNDOLPII LAW .NOTICE.WJI. commission and flatters himself, that from long umt3nCf'SIt Is, however, recommended, that and may be given at all times without any
located himselfin Tallaharsee of ATTORNEY Charles S. Sibley I Acquaintance in the Northern and uthern markets those in later periods of pre uaacy,should take but those injurious consequences that frequently resut -
M. RANDOLPH
,
1)tOfeSSiOflalSertiCeS to thf public. all the Courts lie shall be enabled to give satisfaction to such one ala lime, and thus continue to keep the bowel from the long continued use calomel or blue
LAW, will practice in U. S. Attorney Middle District of Flo. open: aDd even two be taken where the
Han.i may
He is to be found nt the office of Dr. J. 11. Middle Florida, and will attend touch businessas as m>y feel disposed to patronise him, not only in is costive. One patienl pill.On
dolph, on Monroe Strcet.t entrusted to his care. Office in the build his profeaion.l! services as Attorney the sale of ihrir produce, but iii the investment of : very of pill in a solution of two the whole,! consider them a valuable! dttcovT -

i May 'fi 42 __ ing may formeily b by Call and Walker. OFFERS nt Law, in the collection of any part of the proceeds, they may order or direct. ant tablespoons in the all water doses, may be given to aa in Very respectfully
occupied following -a tea fall
13-tf debts, 4c.in Middle\ Florida. He will attend all JUSTINIAN F. DAVIS spoon every nSHlMRRfo M.D.
. 8' OO REWARD.PROCLAMATION October gSth. 1637._ the Courts in the Middle Di.strici. No. 60, Water Street, two hours till it operates ; (bra child from one to Dr.Jos. P. Peters. ,

BY COPARTN E RS H I P. Office in MUDro Street,in the building formerly New York. five years old, half pill and from 5 to 10 one pill.

John P.Do Val, Secretary Ancting subscribers have this day entue Into occupied by W m. Wilson, as a Book Store. aircnEKCcs.H. THE PHOSNIX BITTERS,are to called because CS.&Lona'N.C.laa.lst, 1817.

Governor of Florida. THE under the firm Taf Holt Tallahassee, May 12th. 1838. 40-tf W. Williams Saml. Reid. Gov.Branch, Tallahassee. they possess the power of restoring the expiring Dtis Sia: I have made frequent ose of TMT
WHEREAS it i has been represented to me that & Co. Jas- Lanier. & Co., Quiney. J. B. embers of-health to a glowing vigor throughout pills in the incipient stage of Bilicas Fever and sbitinau -

AS \ SMITH, of Newnansvillc, East Florida, S. S TAFT, REMOVAL. Collins AfoQticello. W. J. Bailey, Magnolia. the constitution, as Die Ph nix is said to be restored Constipations ot the Bowels; alas in UM

charged with the murder ABNER DUN\EGAN GEORGE G.HOLT, the W. G. Porter, Apalacbicola. Craig & Damn, St. to life from the ashes of its own dissolution. The enlargement of tke spleen chronic Diacasea ef the
fiom Row No.4.
+ a .Idier ot the U. Stales 4th Infantry, alUdged to GEORGE MILLER. REMOVED Berry's to H.& Joseph. Phoenix Bitters are entirely Vegetable, composed of iversick'headac1e geaeral debility and masy
have committed in the town and Territory aforesaid St. Marks, July 1, 1837. 5 occupied by Messrs. G. Feb. 3. 183- 86-vi roots found only in certain parts of the Western other diseases,and in all cases found them to sly t
-; 11th instant has made hues. T. E. LinJel'bergu,corner Munroe and Jtferln which will infallibly cure FEVERS relief. J.D.BOyDMj.
on the May, -- -- CENTER I HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. country AND .
" cape : Clerk's Office, Leon Superior Court. Sire is. I will sell her HOUSE AND AGULS ot all kinds ; wil' never f.1 I to eradicate Dr.J.P. Peters.M .

r I Now therefore in pursuance of law, I do hereby Middle District of Florida, January 6, 1838.Rchai THE undersigned, situated in Calhoun street opposite entirely all the effects of Mercury, infinately sooner

f offer a reward of Two hundred dollars IBid AMI d a )w r I, t ( n I' ant i NEW DRUG STORK. the dwelling of R. B. Kerr, Esq. Foi terms, apply than the most powerful preparations of Sarsaparilla KCKLXKUI c Ce Va.Feb 7th,18ST.
for the apprehension and delivery ol the I vs. S Chancery' THE subscribers have formed a co-pantaersh.. to the subscriber the premises. and will immediately care the determination of Having ased Dr. Peters Pilla ia my practice fe.

Smith in uny jail in the District of East rnapittraus Florida Thomas Jefferson Green, defcnd't. jI in the Drug business, under the firm ot LEAH BRYAN. the BLOOD TO THE HEAD ; never fails in the the last twelve months,, I take pleasure in giving '.
and I do hereby enjoin and require all sickness incident to Young Females and will testimony of their good effects ia tt dispep&ia -
I" appearing by satisfactory evidence, that the Woddel, Randolph, & Lewis. May 19 my cases ,
and puce officers to be vigilant ia the apprehension is 41A be found a certain remedy in all cases of nervous sick headache biliaos and other diseases
defendant: Thomas Jefferson Green, not an They have jutt received and now offer for sale, fevers
of the said offender States but resides in the CONTRAST. debility and weakness the most impaired constitutions. produced by incapacity of the liver. ;
Mr
door nortt of Birge's clothing establish
the name: o Ihtbitant th Unie one .
Asa Smith, sometimes known by nations from the have had As a remedy for chronic and inflammatory They are a safe and mild the
irehe province ol Teust ordered, that the said defendant meat, on Monroe street, a geneaal assortment of remotest age., aperient-being
: Fulwood, it about five feet seven or eight ALL Rheumatism, efficacy of the Phoenix Bitten will best article V.
bat Columbus found the of the kind I have used.
do appear here on or before the 15th October : only oat way ever
formed. HA has FRESH DRUGS MEDICINES POINTS etd
4 high, light complexion and well Before the time of the be demonstrated by the use of one bottle. The GEO-C.SCOTT M.B. ,:
next, and answer the complainants! bill, the to America. greatSpanisn ,
of It is 0 OIL? together with a variety of Perfumery and
, relations in the lower part Georgia. supposed 851111.1 dose of these bitters is half wine glass nil
will be taken for confessed him and people were only enabled to paddle about ,
against navigator,
he will endeavor to make his escape to Tex same fancy aaticles for the toilet in water or wine, and this quantity ny.be taken The following ia Aom a highly respectable planter
Just with the Lie
and thereof decreed the shores. so : Medicines It is
, as. Given under my hand and seal, this 2'th day the mater things accordingly. .711 oiders from PhysiciansPlanters and country since I first two or three times a day, boat half an hour before of Burke Co. Ga. ;
ordered that of this orderbe bat short ventured
JOHN P. DU VAL, And it i a copy merchants, will be thankfully received and 1ithfuhlyatter.ded two years upon an metis Peter's Pills I have trial;
less fair
I : ol May, 1838. monthly for nine months in some unknown ocean,and I have discovered tbe precious or a quantity may be taken at all times. ,- "given them a
I Florida printed 18 tf '
; Se c retary>nd Acting 3vernorof published in this newspaper to abject I was i i. search -H EALTH. Vegetable To those who are afflicted with indigestion after nearly three dozen boxen having bee.used on my
W. W. WADDEL.
D.nct. meals these bitters will : plan tal ion within the last and their sd2ninlS'ratioa :
invaluable
!
Notice.THE Testc, H. DUVAL, CI'kJan. J. H. RANDOLPH. medicines were indeed known, when I commenced prove as they year, 1
_ I II increase the has been attended with ikav
very greatly action ofthe principal visrera more success
search bat their use was not. the of
13 By
use
subscriber will continue regularly to run. 1823llm9mWATCHES B. C. LEWIS. them my I have not only passed from the dejected invalid help them to perform their faoc onsaad ensile any' medicine I have ever used;and I take pl- .,

herse Stage from CLuincy to Chattahoo- JEWELRY, &, NOTICE.j'hlEsubscribenjnformshjsfrjendsandthe. I to the hale,hearty and active man business the stomach to discharge into the bowels whatever lure in recommending them to my friends and
,
I
chee.-whica will always leave immediately after subscriber on hand a handsome comparatively speaking. I have renewed is offensive: Thus indigestion U easily and neighbors.-Ther are bandy, safe and ,efBeies r f

the arrival of the mail from Tallahassee. He as THE of the above articles, which he wilt sp \\A. Fub .iuLb. I can thus, with confidence ny own my experience speedily removed,appetite restored,and the mouths and need but a trial V to be ap rcned. i
1 J als*prepared to ma a four horse Ceach whenever hit usual terms. He basin his employ two experienced UL l'ci that he has purchased the entire advise with my fellow citizens. Does oft absorbent vessels being cleansed, nutrition is flENRY P. JOES. f.'.

I the number of passengers are sack si the two horse watch makers, and he assures the public trade of DOTAL & HOTCHIKS, and the business will the reader want proof that the VEGETABLELIFE facilitated and' strength of body and energy o Prepared by Jos.Priestly Peters M.D., at_lie :j'
cannot conveniently carry He will also,con. heefe continued in his o*n name in the same mind are the results. FOt further nstitation for the of oha fy ;{
Liege he will spare no pains to have their work dene MEDICINES are suitable! toWs own ease 1 happy particu care disrases
tinue to rua a (our horse ceach from QUincy line to of promptly and in the best manner. btre occupied by them. He returns his (.hank t 1[ have on ,fiie at my office, 367 Broadway, hundreds lars ofMOFFA-ra LIFE PILLSand PHCENIX means of vegetable remedies. ,No. 190 Liberty
Bainbridre, at which'place it will meet the tak- Mr. B. .&fetcalf has resumed the Gun Smith but public for the liberal encourage meat hii received of letters,frem some ef l tbe most respectable BITTERS, apply at Mr. Moffafa Office No. 867 krte .New YelL Each bo.&c<.witin40pin"- -.:
Stages from Mobile te Augusta., Pass.ngers ciness in my back shop and will he happy to attend and be solicites a continuance of the same. citizens of this my native land, voluntarily offeredin Broadway, New York, where the Pills can be Price fifty cents VV :

lag their seats al.TsAUUassee will have tbe preference the- to any jobs in that line.FREDERICK He has on hand of such and nfl continue to keep a !general testimony of the virtues of a A GOOD VEGETABLE obtained for J5 cents, 50 cents or'$1 per box ; ICTThese invaluable Pills are .sold .wW sJ ,f
on in assortment goods a* for the
those coming are
over all others except TOWLE.Jan. necessary, MEDICINE. and the Bitters for gl orW per bottleICrNumerous and retail in Tallahassee (at Ntw' York prices. '1-
main Use from Mobile to A uguaia. 6, 183$. 22-tf town and cr/nntry trade. He invites all those who Persons whose constitutions have been certificates: of the woaderfnl efficacy of and the Drug and Apothecary Stores of
will lesva Tallahassee other day have outstanding accounts previous to 1833, to call nearly '
The staje every "all infallible" both may ba there inspected. NAB'i'-i'i''STEWA.RD&BAR
I 'clock A. M..sod arrive at Bainbridge at UNION BANK O FLORIDA. and settle tbe same. from the country will ruined by the : mineral preparations
. it three I Oren It .
} Insome of and RANDOLPH )
will leave Bain- he of the day, will bear ma witness, that the Life Medicines obstinate and complicated cases WADDEL.
o'clock, P. M.; And returning, is hereby given te the to i punctually goods furnished axtbetowestmarket chronic Moatieella by A. WIRICK.
; NOTICE subsribr ,and such only, are tbe true coarse to permanent and inflammatory Rheumatism, LJrer! Also far Sale in
t. \ bride lie next morning at 4. o'clock. of this Bank,that papers price. good health JOHN.vOFF T. Complaints, Fever. aad Jgue.. Dyspepsia Palsy, la Quincy, by Dr.DAVJD O.N. }
, The
'
JOHN M. YARN, j 2 nt.IVottce. prices linn for nil kinds of
examination to Charles H. country .
for hgbcs
referred bad all the
have been be in pnacisaltowaa
ALEX. FORMY DUVAL. Piles, injuries from the use of mercury, quinine: And on inquiry can
DuPonteEsq. When reported upon sitisfactoilly, Tallahassee GENERAL REMARKS RELATIVE TO MOF- and other diseases of Long standing it ,.a, be ia Florid Georgia and Alabama. .
I shall mortgages and bonds will bo sent to the parties for April 2 18. 38-tf FATS LIFE PILLS AND PHO2NIXBITTERS. found necessary to take both the. Life Pills and IC3"Be earefal,aDd enuuefor PmaV Vies
I Weeks from tbs date hereof, apply execution. JOHN PARKHILL, Cashier. ,
SIX Court of FOR SALE. the Phoenix Bitters, in the doses before recom- TUUPILUa
the Hon: the Judge of the County 10 4J-tf
March 18th 1838.
These medicines have been known mended. May ,
long _
Leon Coanty,: fir leave to sell the real estate o EVERAL Light Jersey IFngon's with liar- and appreciated _
of said deceased. s., complete. Also two or three horse ,for their extraordinary and immediate N. B\-Thte Pills and the Bitters will g-.l all
James Bryan, C.ultrt NOTICE. nCI,I ISTEWART & BARNARD
i.' tat ELIZA BRYAN, 4dm'irx. subscribers having lormed a copartner wagons. WM.. H- powers of restoring perfect health, te persona suffering mercury out of the system infinitely faster than the

.1 I! Augut, U191. 1.6- THE ,will hereafter conduct the Drug. businesinthenameof Dec. 30, 1837. I R.NCIS.( under nearly every kind of disease to which best preparations Sarsaparilla, and are'a'certain just received from New York aai flu>
the human frame liable. the HAVE
blood the he'd
I. remedy for rushing to a fresh supply of DRUGS MED
Knottier, Lime, andllttlr.wfinHESuVscribers ;& BAUNABD. THOMAS BALTZELL In many hundreds certified instances, they or all violent headaches, tic dooleureax Ac.Ipersoal.ho. ICINES.-Also FANCY ARTICLES,Perfiunerf
l' have hand af( STEWAT have even rescued sufferers from the very verge are predisposed to apoplexy palsy Glass.Ware.- Al| of which they

II assortment ernL'.satiable Then shop wU b foud at the old rtand formerly COUNSELOR ATTORNEY ATLAW, of an untimely grave after all. the deceptive noa &.. should sever be without the Life Pills or tha and Drujsesfs be .f good quality.Amoar .
cmple occupied .B.Perkins, opposite the T.LLUUtK&, Ftoain trams of tbe day had failed and'to warrant .
r Carriage Tops, Boo's and mr. utterly ; many Bitters for one d ee in time will save life. They their assortment aiay ha found us .o
Ba 'll. of LIMB and ket bonce.' : JILL, regularly, attend to busjness. in the thousands they have permanently secured that nni- equalize the circulation of the blOod. arK ,draw medicines:
Shoes, a constant supply will'keep.fall assortments of Medicines YV CourtofAppeslandtbe form hralih without l winr valuable popular
They enjoyment whteh (if itself
head
offer Cons all from the restore perspiration,
Suprior
HAIR, for Plistering: 411 of wlieh tbev Chemicals,, Patent .Medicines fcr. lad 2L( << I.Gdden' Jackion and is but So pressure HOUCK'S PANACEA.
fee their Tan ; ? a partial blessing. mat,indeed,has their and throw everyimpurity by the pores of the
cash in exchange Drl do
low for or themselves toell bat genuine articles. Ha will U found at his office on the hundred,foot efficacy invariably'anaMafalHbly' proved, that it skin, V BWAIM'S

Y.r. 'OWN"GALBRITH.TIlaa.e. 4l. EDWIN STEWART, M.D.. Street East of the C urt liaise Square near to his has appeared scarcely lee than miraculous to those INDIAN do -, '- PillaRPoters'AaIi4i1ioGs
st1:1 38. A.ti-Bi1i
t .,. .r loj.t _47-tf EDWARD BARNARD. reaidenc, uolcM abtent on profeaaional\ basinew. whs w unacquainted with the beautifully philosophical -" V Deekwith's.epti lad Udh Pipl

OUe_ Dfc. 50. 1837. 2I-if l l principles';"pon which they are compounded IMPORTANT NOTICE. ipjteptse
ZES 8. RU8SEL is' tny't _? .BOOK-BINDERY.. : and upon which they. eonaeqaentlt act Perwu osiat tb. ,Life Medicine,'are advised OIIJ1chu".F.u6. f" t

- arumwhits I. 0 absent from th T irk ovy. .TH pbfit have ope blder iu Tal. LESLIE.A.THOMPSON. u was to their maaifeav.aaJ seaaibh! action ia pu to:take th*Pills *.!{$!, raSclcnt quantities CkapasAa."" "u4 Ati.DiUoU3Pis'

,- 'JAIl.T. brach iryinhe spriags and channels of kfe, and endu. operate,two or law times on the bowels ia the "OWC S l9ll
;
v. 1 i UPBCQB. fitoiMw1a..goodaaIyieasczg A 1lJofBX.1t.CU BLL J. LAW infftheinrenswadtoM fi4 Ui JUs -::take 'a table ] Judkiu O1tmeitIa 'u4 of '
r : : :; .; : bdoDI ,,. > 'icor. they were course of .axt day ( Bponafu rfci ( p-
I:1/ I-_;I _1 T..1Xtb "' ..'. > .' 1' Tmu.4.uu, FuzsA .,'. _, Indebted for their nam ;valeh was beuowe4 apoo of the Bitters,bfri b.urbefor'.ache.aLFw .. .T.tM-t.er .J T : ;, .... ,
io : /
.t I __ 4 ,t (9" ;1tt", .. L HA VINQ-resun-ed the practice efhls'profewJoB them at the Ip@""fswjsa .f MTU at Individ'afl ,, 'P'or ;dc1.'entieb1ed a tltutqi r : '


: + pof.C.t"otl.. ;for. iv !fttt*Wfil the J.,'WrCoartsof tbe i:1 -p tar, 4M > the oppurtoaity afford f; io WwNe tteiicfapt v.for Atle, qwg A!. J-aal Y -

: of.' f rrquhir 'Tbs subscribers,lp-theallt) tbct'aO'ordcn -. Mtddls Dwtriciof Florida* tnd.(ths.-Cowt T'f-of ff ( ii the ''tSESt'Srlta. Burecf '- ."Q',, .! _.; '.p ', ,.:":

br L e' I'o'ae."t' 1 shall b despatch. peals acIng his VWETBLL1YE'PlLtjhjnLbs '"> ,W DDEUfcARDQfcSnfrLEtflS.Al .: i ol-t.. "".
ih :
., '.<, CUSHAfANtHAYWARU. .i Oft the MiUi iMo ot Waab1nnal'n,. knowledge and reach of every!Individual thiceauattftity. I ..r SITAUr MADDEN, Ma.rb'TalithA. .Ca aU ouaefR _' .t'a. -

1u1I8 Zi _\ .. J1=' T nt"I! Oet* ., le. lot f 9vf IT. 18 r18 Unlike'the host or ntraisiouse\uatke ., jrUtk, 1838 V 4147'r.V Mar I :

", ,.,, .to ,
''.., '' i ,.;,6\ ., .... :
( .\" "., < (" 't;.. W. i' .. ., .- ; 14- .

,. :; ..p ". ,.r,:_ .- .. ., V __ ,_ ,if