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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 8, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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DB.his Professional F. 8. BEATTIE services the citi- UNITED STATES MAIL. From the New York Cvcnirtf Post. pra/M she row, ptwed the yielding wave, t could speaJc;,:but RUs fny tear*' mot'e'tbanwords : tUtii. ; 1JJt 1fagatt'Lhitn ;: --t'. -

OFFERS Telia ha wee aLd the adjoinior to eountr). Commercedp'James Y.Smith MAN.I. arched her beautiful mAne above the surface relieved thebrfull bcirt;;1iut l.,when she ; Last- er I1kIetbOaf :

His office is 011 Adams Street corner of Clinton,opposite THE Steamer now commenced making her tripe with and afcimrned along like It wild! swan.: : recognised the other stranger who was no vile left Fort Daqoe e.YI Iowa the 11M.
the residence of J. Wectcolt, Jr. Esq. the United States Mail, twice week, from Bain The human miwdUnt lofty thing Hunter turned her down ftrnrm.in the hope :. other than Edward' Barnes, she swooned. tiful Ohio,'fa cas$ #. .1it UjiI14biIilj1
TalUhatsef.July 6th. $1838. 48-tf bridge to this place,leaving BaJnbridgeeterf Tuesday The palace and the throne, evading her pursuers; and *he reared and "William. ; dear William, bare you .come i1i HiiJiF.iJ'JIie
Notice.THE anJ Friday at 4 o'clock P. M., touching a I Where reason sit,a Mptered king dashed through the flashing waters of thr it length" sobbed Esielk; 'come to' soothe ifl 1M .tt.o(.w :
heretofore existing' under 7.oM&c'l' P. M. "an srrivo at ws&oqa
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Co-partnership Ulionchee And breathes hut jud"mOllllonc. shoal like cloud. hours come to Ir L '
lM ft MADDEN, is thr< Apalachlc- by 4 o'clock. P. M. next dsy. Leave lightning in the storm her dying father my, belovtd 6iisIJj 1A
day dissolved by mutual content. All lhoe havcliims ApaUchicoIa every SundAY and Wednesday, at 10 Oh who with silent step shall traco But Fan no IT was on thf trail nnd rushing Louise God bis iQdeed answered d ,my get s. benumbed by ..rI._ I
lag against tile IBid firm, will pretent the o'clock) P. M.and arrive at Bsinbridge by o'clock The borders of that haunted piece, down the bank with all the rough energy that I prayers! Oh, William, it was a fearful vex modioos -Hn..ioidiAi'fLji: ; ,

same f>r payment, and all with th '*P.5 H.due Swaim the said, wto firm is A.M.Tun>dsy and Friday. This srrjngrment will Nor in his weakncm own the loss of his favorite.rould inspire. Hunter periment, but it is all over!." r The officer,bb7,,al' ..tvO' .CliiWr a
settle their account .
will continue till the Hot of January.For That mystery and marvel bind turned tbe to t its bank it William Lawrence at College the *
dulv authorized to.tUle the same. Freight Paswie sl'pllo the Cupt. on mare opposite ; was at were of the number. They,julriacftcl.bti
P. II SWAIN, board, or or SMITH & BASSETT, That lofty lhing-tho human mind! was niecp-se-vrral feet of perpendicular time of his: sister's marriage, and who, subsequently urely along rb haa/aju! sj ntbaakof tbebajou. .

LEVI A. MADDEN, B in bridge,' II. rock-but she planted hetsrlf on the shoreat fitted for the ministry, resolved as One _{.. !.i* iijv4 i .of J

the The style business and name will of hereafter P II, S W be AIM conducted&CO.St .under or to A. T. BENNETT hicols, The humble heart-that restless thing a bound; and then away she.flew over ihr his studies wet e finished, to go and take bis about lwrlveyears:wandered ftotf fcer;pi .

".arb. JulrS, 1R38 4S 3m ocL 25 14 Apalai Thetemptef the tried ; interminable forest of pine, straight and sister back to her native village. But while rent a climb the.h which ytw'pereeit. ."-
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For Sale. give O the The above Sentinel four and inxertionF n ,,and forward, their accounts The joyous, yet tho .uff'aing- swift an an arrow-that admirable mare! he was pirparingto start news came thai on your right. and joddenly aDI8cJ-

ONE two horse Jersey Wagon, hung OB springs to thin fliee. Tho source of pain and p'ide t On nnd on did the generous brute bear Crflclle was no more and that Morris was thelndians-sbey! are dragging .me aa
,Two. one horve WM.Jersey II.\Wason FRANCIP.AGKMCY Lost. The gorgoons thronged-the drsolatr her master' foeman till the pursuers were roving i abont, an object of commisseration TbeuaTortunal.Iatfaer no t. ., ;.;

J. 9. WASHINGTON Ull V Copy Eaton's. Life of Gen'l J ckion, belnnj- The seal of love, the lair of hate- Irft-hopvlesj hcbiud.. Late in4he evening and dlgu; t. Still he longed Io go and learn ler, but scarcely bad be apJ nd'."" th.vJmwit .

AT A.DICKENS of the of Wash A log to Cot Robert Butler has either been lost I Sclr.attmr, selfdefiedYet lI' ntet rode into Salisbury bad the slug ex- more of his M4tsrrf fate, and to lake the lit- era beJriI pierced with twtfaii i J
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FRANCIS i"l resisted,the nppo'nimenlbeldky orXakcn. by some'person from the residence in their of the do we bless theo as thou art trades frn'm.his.sjaoulder. and after lingering -. tie Louise home. His-friend EdaM Barnes Fly! cried. be to ."J.-_ !.

him lot.erat l years in Hie TrtHuryand War subscriber.,,ilt router Any one a favor lJningt.J.e hr retaining same it. possession Tboa mll. Uiiuf-tbc human heart! aftRtfiimc ,'idilte effects of his wound accompanied him, wftli a view of settling tionaie mother, rradered taotSoaless .fiow ; '

} *,lias undertaken the Agency Claims WM. P. DUVAL.Tan3ba'If'ft. II 1. and exctfetoeAt.finally got well. And that in the West. They had stopped to spend grief could only pre young ton to bet :
before Contreso and other brnnehrs% of the government October 87th. 1P38. ll-tr soul that rtartlin the Sabbath at a village about a mile from heart and murl.herl' ,
including commissioners under treaties!,and The hu nan ;thing gallant mare thai bad done him such good fainllv me 1713chH- ;.
the various, public offices. He will! attend to MARSHAL SALE. Mysterroos and sublime service, he kept and cherished till she died of Estellc.* house, entirely unconscious of their dren! The feeble sounds 'Jiedawjbtri fee*
all pr,-erDptioD claim' ::-the procuring of p"- BY virtue ofa derree .,the Jodjre of the Supe The .ngt"I..Iet'pingm the winjf old age. '96. affinity her. Finding tbe minister of the air had vibrated, and the jj .', practiced
tents for public lands claims (or horses 'lost in Court of the Middle District of Florida, Worn by the scofis of time-* plate absent, he proposed to preach the following ear bad caught them. The raordcrota1
the service ofth. United 8ta.es-property destroyed for Leon in a case in whit h the Commissioners -I
County
The beautiful the veiled the bound. which was gladly accepted. On ended
invalid revolutionary and navy pension?,- of Tallahane is complainant, and Allen W. : ESTELLE. day, arrow, fortunately, perfnrpo, tkow ,'
claims for revolutionary' acrviccs, whether for comnatation Colemffn is defcndar.t, I shall exoose tn tale, at I, The earth enslaved, tIle glory crowned, on, RErOlMED RAKES MAKE THE BEST Su-iday morning, a little band collected in a rows and -the life of her mother aDd, W.
,half pay, or bounty laud, fill well those public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, on The stricken in its prime H UBA N OS.-LLU1TRATED.-NO Fittlon. building used as a church. Estelle had always 1- boy.
against the state of Virginia as the United Slates; S.iturdaythc l&th day of December next at the From heavrn: in tears to earth it stole, "Well, Sister," said Estelle on the'morn met with this little band,but feeling her Immediately after tbe Indians appeared ai
l\ilcl.irftl grcwin; out of contracts with the government Court house in Tallahassee, the following LOTS, That the hum soul strength rapidly declining she sent her little the entrance of the their
startling thing- m tenibta
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or damages sustained in consequence of s tnated in the 'riginal plan of the city of Tallahassee ing oilier wedding day loin a few hours I > M- _
the action or conduct of the government. And indeed and ..nown as I.otsNos., 12, 140, 141, 349, I V. shall be wedded to Moiris. I am going to daughter to request the minister to visit her poet, their shout and wa"whoop, \\ttffa8fa&t&
any business before Centres or the public and 275. The ae! t.> |lit" made ni'hin' legal hours, And this is mm Oh a'k of him, try the fearful experiment, as you are pleased soon. The little Louise had her eyes. ii the crew oftbe boat, which pot o?from:the'
o5c< which may require the aid of an ngent or at. on raid day. 1838.SAM. II. DUVAL. Marshnl.12-tf 'The gifted and forgiven to call it. If he proves to be a good husband ., vetfd upon tbe preacher during all the service shore after firing a few ine/Tectoal thotx.

torney.HU charges will be moderate, depending upon O..tnher 27th SALE. When o'or his vinion.drear and dim, I shall have the satisfaction to triumph ; and as he passed her she tried to summon There, in s'rgln of tba boat. the frrciousv.

I tbe amount, of the claim,and the extent of the ser MARSHAL Tho wrecks of time are driven, inp over you; if be does cot, then my history courage to do her errand, but her bean ages stripping i the bark from *torog iI'is I
I vices. By virtue of a decree of the Jude of the Superior failed her. The next mornin!, William and and dripping their hands m'fce -
f Court of the Middle D strict nf Florida If pride or passion in their power will serve as a beacon light to warn others rkng
). DiCKtxi is within known the to most last few of those who or have who for Leon County, in a case in which he Com- I Can chain the tide, charm the hour, not to shipwreck their happiness in the his friend started for Estelle'a abode; and on breast of their victims besmeared it
been Lars ia,Cr.upi:1 Congress I nny public station Washington.years, missioners of Tallahassee: is complainant, and Jonathan Or stand in placo of heaven ? same manner-so you pee I shall do my their way encountering tbe old man who bad blood, and planted i it o. tfear 1 baskof tb riref ..
he nst paid. Robinson "u defendant I shall ex.M He bends tho brow, he bows the kneersr I made the request, they asked to be directedto to warm th' French who mig t approa'cSlfiai
All letsrs mu i r> .,. ,' .. .. : ,lIP fair frif nds a set vice in this way, if no oth- I. _
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References.' W'f' J I' i i'nlGen.JohnI 0 .. r."., rn" h.if tiqw !r' her liul.-Bm ,'hRI1'8s their surprise on fatal spot to begone, or death availed
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t 1J"\"tlt. ( >u 1I.,1..1' .1'1--; -- -- -. -- I..'ui-i *I".ru ,{ as she ;.I' i.or In :h' am.t lie:nnj .0. ''lie "id! man such an accountof them.
! April R. t8'S'f'. :. i- L.'"" iuavMi MI ri4f 'L'I' ": j 1lall dJ \ ,, h' trl1'r'rn h l II' r as ir> iuccd them to believe that} it was -. "
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Tn&s.L -' '-cdi rrr.Miat ,. ,. . Holf! :JII' 4it tny! lm&l'J"pj! tba a r..1'I' :3r:
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,. I ITsllih rtnJi'2'5;! -1'1c..f- \<- -\'J"'il'.I li' FA\ O 100 I cV_ I..J o/tijn ) they were gIving an a'ccou.jt of his visit to the Cat.nj1Tjtory.
Mtt..L his plr -4 > : F. of <:.1.1 T. '. H j. !ftv! 'L V .' : \* (k'rvfe th" 'Tifst"- I ,; uitv; wept now j. -
Rsee, \ffil'!! i n. -r ,.' IH I; ui sr.pplv himI j I it_ .irf ':2'i. ', --. 1'. r Th1 r.j'f; : :1.. 1F. .,.'. 1"tI' trVlJ.Artiz..L j In a f. -. week \lorris wttlz pi.o"I: here :! .ailed IP i I": Thp u-ar;j.S f rSf ;,:;, Cbur 'l Cracow-flalhed !
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with h Lum'ter application.Hnu .oj..I JOHN''" u..on G.>;GAMBLE.r faitrwi'l O' l\JAH HAL's SALt.: u.' hall' ; !.''..'., M '. "' .' iH,'!-*- U biliU I *i'' :li.uied u. .New York. F.)r t voar all rts hail snjnr mo.,'!fi-, jirmrsoti,, m a fit dfinloxicatHTn with the roost t ;Mre fciKMSh "of Holland;

Nehar.thta.Jne !::. 18T3. 46-tf B virtue of a decree of the Jndge of the Superior acts' more interesting than any tble of fiction. was wel!! with Estelle. Morris was apparently commuted snrcide? and for near tbe with*;** of tire ancient ,lot, of.rand itij
\"AJ"....au. Court of the Middle District of Florida He was a reckless fellow-bloody-minded as .1 a reformed man, and even Louise begun -. ly a year that poor destitute woman bad.lived tneir' sepuldire/* after dtimLin ,ih

A BLACK. BOY as an nppienlice to ll.e for von ofT County llah\ in case is complainant in which the and lommiss D.r"thy '-- the hound j of Hayii. lIe sometimes slew ; to think her (ears would not be realized. with her little daughter in extreme poverty. tombs-of"VTiaHisfaus fc Bref' ZIbkith&great
Slrem.iking business. Apply to > \ssee : the and innocent in cold blood-the William tried to sooth her with the and the '
FREDERICK FILER. Walton if defendant I snail expose to *al I.. helpness His evenings were spent in the society of hope SIgfrflrqpds sayc Othowui
Talhhawr.J.ine 16, t88 -If 45 at public auction, f' the hignmt bidder, for cash, cowaid! But IIP had lhat instinctive tone and us wife, and he began to fell a relish for domestic that the would yet (*? happy; that she would er floor of the church, by the side of pOII
NOTICE. on Saturday,the 15th day of December next, M the bearing of authority that keeps hw people pleasures. At this period one of hie return with him, and in the midt of former towiskif the Polish Bayard is ILe tofflfe of. .

SIX Months after tlin ".,te hereof, we will jpply court shunted I OIIKC in the m TallHhastre original the of the following,(LOTS TaU"., within the metes and bounds of his own despotic old ap,Kxiate.', who bnd just returned from a friends forget all her trials.! But it was over one nnbfer in my eyes&att at1iDg*Mdt
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t'ie Honorable J.idge of the County Court pity will. lie and his with Estelle death had marked her for its: PoTand of Tie World. '
h *sce, and known a< Lots No?. 4;, 41, 45, and party were one day tour of Europe called to congratulate him ( It is ofiaazbl 1
UU.(Leon of the County I late Chandler tar Leiieit.A. P"di-misoiy-1le'.on. on the Es- 183. The sale to be mllde within lcal hours on resting tbemgelves by a spring, lounging and to revive an old friendship. "Well, victim! Crushed aid broken-hearted, she ornamented with the cap and. ,4ie 1 pl e of ; .
P. KERIt, said day. SAM. H. DUV L,Marshal. I hue and there on tho green grass in the Fred," said he familiarly, "I admire your was even now on the shore eternity. "And the peasant_of Cracow_ ,' and ,bearipgiI-: .
tt \. WCLLFpUD, Oct. 27ih, 1633. 12-lf shade of the tree*. One of his subordinatesa ,wife and situation, and even your little babe even brother," she would say, "were I ableto pie inscription '1'. Kosereskrx* :AJI4J F.

Jane 16, 18'8.- -Co'.. Administrators MARSHAL SALE. big, strong man, had got mad with him. looks like a cherub; but faith friend, you endure the journey, I never could endure Church I had read. elaborate' panegy i' p *

TO PLANTCItS. virtue of a decree of the Jujl l e of the Supe- Ills rage had been boiling in him for several ,don't intend to bury yourself hero do you? the sight of my old home-of my injured sis the tenants of the royal 1t"PI!

THIRTEEN,nrriveil eisCst from Iron the Svgmentssuitab1e Baltimore fr>nn- BY Court <>f the Middle i District of Florida, days; and some fresh affront at the spring low fare our old friends P. and 1.1 You ter. Oht why did I not listen to her kind advice was struck with this stopltf tsscriptioajaadremembered ;
dry and for; sale\ by BET TON & FISHER. for Lcrn Cnnnty, in a case in which the Commissioners -caused his anger to become ungovernable meet at our old haunts I presume?" ? No brother here I must die I But that the wbittf'marbled eoloaa.

Jane 44 Waltnn 7'ullaliassec and Derothy it Walton complainant are defendant and George, Islial he drew his sword, and was resting with his "Indeed I have not been there of late, even that thought has lost half its gloom, reared amid the magnificent scenery : tb .
elbow the and bis band under his since I know Louise i is with H iJ son..whicb I bud eftBleamboftt'sded giijri1 .
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xj| ose to sa'e, nt public nuction. to the highest on ground neither have I ever seen our old friends but my provided. -
JAMES W. CALLAW V, is my agent to biddi r, for cash, on ttunlay the 15th day of hip. Hit devoted followers were around owrc r4wiee4ireetwrr, Year." borne and friend- "*" ; and Htrji ielu.--J-W

>>t all my business in Middle A. BlcNEILL.Florida.: Dec ll'iwinz ml>er next LOTS, nt the Court situated house in the, in Tallahassee, him and he heard the click of their locks "Well then, we will go and hunt them up "Will you not allow me to adopt your ten stood bore .k in majeatic simpficJty ife
the original plan cocked their rifles. **Let him alone!" child !" said Edward B. the name of tJrostj ako.' It late tW
June7th. 1638. 46-tf_ of the city Tallah.iKsrr, nnd known EJ Lots Nos.I as they this evening. as my own was ta'
NOTICE, 43, 44, 4; and 181. The sale to be made within cried Fannon, in his quick sharp t.ne. He That was a long evening for Estelle. The E on said day.SAM.. I laid still calm and with bid bad slighted and "1 should rather Poles from the interior and
per "m are not; cd that the firm nf FACE legaWiour, self-possessed clock told the midnight hour before Mon injured. a
ALL BAKER is dis o1 vrd by the death Edward. October 27th 1838. II. DUVAL,Marshal.12-tf keen dark eye, fixed on the raging lieutenant returned; and when he saw her anxious countenance said she/'ibal she would be'under the tuitionof citizens of Cracow* among parl1..r'i i
Face and that the busing s s AI the firm will be settled : as he made a Ire.- rndouil plunge at his hN heart smote him, but with a her aunt Louise." "Then will your wish I eral ladies,johj J i*at tte tomb

by the sttbacnber, surviving DUNCAN partner.BAKER. LAND FOR SA1.K-; Lrcarit. But when the stroke came its ob. light excu-e ho quieted the fears of his too be gratified," said WiHiam. "Louise is the I not speak each .other hragaagwe, were

Chittaboocbee, Oct. 16th. "._ J2-tf I HAVE a first rate tract of land for sale, lyingon jert swerved away like a soak., and the baffled confiding wife. From that evening miy be wife of Edward Barnes-and you Cannot i borne and lived thousand of miles apart .

FOR SALE. Mi-.kasnkie Lake,' Leon roun-y,cnntainiD of! fresh" man plunged hi* vvroH into the ground. dated tbe downfall of Mori is. Est lle was confide your child to any with mote assurance dmd we were strangers, in ethmgb43' sad

IJ7A second hand PIANO for sslo low. if early 654 and}under af'reioOO good of fen which.iug also are cleired,2JO ia a high Mate it of cul- Quick aa ligbtni, Fannon' sharp blade conscious. of-tbe- change in- her husband, but that she will rceive aH a mother's* cue feelings; in all! eyr bepe. atad 'p'cec.
application ie made. Apply( AD. BOETCER.T.llahgapee. tint ion. There is also a first rate tract adjoiningmy passed through his gigantic from-"Thus she uttered not a word of reproach. and instructionTbe color went and came but we ba4aof bond of stacpat&r.at.die -.rue.
Ortober gth. 18S8. 12 plantation of 428j axre, 175 01"which is cleared and thus I punish those who disregard my nn3 in pooEstelle'*cheek at this 'intelligence, Kosct-isko.- OIHt'ol.the.rlPob: .
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COMPOUND and under cultivation. Both tracts have several authority/"-and his eye glowed and spar- slowly heavily came over .but after a moment struggle with her feeling French,and I tofd tbettjktt iata ... -
ESSENCE OF SPRUCE, never failing streams of water running through ded like a serpent's. The mm sunk to her ; a cloud 'Tis as it should be," said she "7 dashed at country the name of their oatia&raoJ

;I Ir flaking Deer, This them properly I would can also')sell!lad with on good the land terms 10-apply nezroes.to ho earth forever. .!Of ills we mention not enough to say, the cup of happiness from my lips, and I was hallowed#that schoolboys ted. l1t".;.

: IFI/A direction for vtt.-For SALE by n. B. WARE.Mtckaukie. But Fannon'd mare is written at tbe top of 'Twas colj and dead impenetrable gloom. .have been made to drain the cup of auction monument to his memory They knavf.

! WADDEL, RANDOLPH, & LEWIS, N' v. 10, 1i3S. 14tf tin sheet; and she is the hero of the present She saw its dark- approach j and saw her to the very dreg.w be had fought by the aide ef Wajaaglcs,.

Tallahassee, June 30ib. 18T8._47-tf. writing. Achilles had his Xanthun and Bal- hopes Inr a week from this time Esfefla Morrois they did not know that the recollection bie
Not1 e. TALLAHASSEEJOCftEY iut', and Podarg' Alexander had his Boce- One after one, put out as nearer still was a dweller in eternity- But she'died.not services was st9 so dearly chensbed, in
I months after date will present car ac- I It drew her soul, but fainted not at first; without Americaand all it wainfe
SIX we pbalu ; McDonald had his Selim. Fanmon ,' hope. Her sufferings bad led her to we agreed thai :
)" .:uti vouch,,It the It on. the Judge of Painted no! soorr. I tbe fountain tribute that 'retold ba to ttf ',
and I was a man of blood, like them, and like I f of consolation-a Sano r's proudest pod:> .
,! the to be County difhnrred Court from>Gadsdm the ar'tntnistration County, on the apply estAtcoffaniutl them he bad his favorite and Irmty charger; One nigM at her basband returned home IOVP,- and she realised fulfilment' of'the memory to write merely hi*.(arm*m'I kit :

EJwsd' decM'd. and Fannoii'j mare was worthy of her own unusually iate, Estelle was struck with his r promise, **A bruised reed lie will not I I monument. Itmevot that II,1 181'.1 :
RACHEL EnW AIll ..dmr'x. look'and almost maniac '" t add .( would ask :
er, or "even a better man. He called her haggard laugh, when break. an epitaph, or no man
WM. II. HUBB RD,Jdm'r.l&.6m he Red Doe from her resemblance in colorto be roughly said "well, Estelle, now we are In one of the neafest houses m the vifageofN who' was. Kotthfekol -

pily 19th.! 1R33.__ a deer. She was a rare animal-fletet, off for the west-I am worth barely enough -, iseen. a'lovely 'giil,,who ,often \

ItOIICE, powerful, intelligent, docile as a lamb-and tn buy ui a log hutl and we' will go and fide with a look of sadness'sys, "(Jncle'.Edward, RgL1otoN.-Conceiyt a n aiea' wntid

A LL Wm.J.person Wat holding,dec.claim are; requested against the to entateiof CLUB RACES. u-r owner valued her, 1 dare say above ourselves in the ptairies of Illinois. That how I wish my dear Ma bad lived to come only the keystone,and still,supported by "

them without d.*lay, an I nhall present my vouchers prevent Annual Race of the"fallahaawe Jockey king er country, or the life of his fellow majn. Knowles has done the work to night-Ob! I here, .why did you not find us soonerf I wonder centering, without i .which it would fid i&tt a ,.
t* the .fpril; Term 1839, of Jacknon County THE will commence over the MAKION Covftsc r-She bore him proudly und fearless wish Iliad shot him"and be gnashed teethin i i if TOO are the same Edward B- fbat'Iheard panless heap. It is notr held upieveIy1'bythe
Court f'r a final KlUement, and auk for a dis on the second Wednesday. in January next,and Continue in the bloody skirmish or tho quirk retreat. rage. Estelle was shocked confounded Papa talk about He (old Ma be strpr supports beneath it. Aad'dMi loyMee..
ktrge from the further administration of Hid four days. When be stood in the noisy countil and crushed, but she questioned him not, noroffered posed she' wished! she bad married Edward and it will stand a tbounrfd' year*. : thbb

8Ilate. THOMAS WHITE and Adm'r,Ex Sheriff officio. hl d.' Wednesday, 9th,-Sweepstake*,$200 for 3 of his patrizans, or in the silent ambush, one word of expoatulation. With a Barnes instead: of him, and with a dreadful every prop' should be 'shattered; at 1KB Indast.

Sept. 1.1838. 4-tf year half forfeit.old Colts-2 mile heats. Subscription ; the faithful brute was by bis side, ever ready sad heart she packed bet things,& in a week oath-be left' tho bouse be would 'l in the way l 'Nowy it.fr Ufa f say liai t"! is -' "

Seven subscribers and closed to: bear whithersoever be would. Bdrl they were on heir way to IlUrlob Here [no longer j sbd'rW'never did'come'back-hot in the principle of tlto tiro irft wv act oa

FOR Land 8ALE.-Elevea on the head hundred of Black and Creek sixty acre four Zd day, Thursday, lOlh* Jockey Club Purge Fannon lost biB mare. year of constant suffering awaited Estelle. I the next day four then br uglitbith ;p ahed.bftha mete addUion'of ode?' l .'.
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hundred which are clcacdnd in fine condition $400.-2 mile heal Down on the east of Little River, the patizan /- Her fiie&ds bearing of her ,destitute situation ; .' .' # f" '*' stones. The diflerence i*oof .cely. t&tf:jbfincrease'

for crop; with.agin house corn house, stables' 3d day, Friday,IlIh-Jockel Cluh purse 91000 and some four or five of his followers sent her pecuniary aid; but what could Oh Untie I cannot ell you, it makes me but ,also that of:"almott-innricat j jtiaosi i'
and quarters. This tract ofLtnH,distant 15 miles 4 mile beats. 01 bind the wounds of that broken heart. uia .- ;No/stope before he ipa:.to
and well SecondRaceA Sweepstakes for 3 year old one day captured a man by the name up trembl to ;think of ire Poor !Ma ..110 iU, I
, from.Tsikhasaeei.ofgood and la a food neighborhood.quality On it are watered. aeenrsd -- Florida raised Coll*.-t mile heats-subscription Hunter-a whig from the country about Sal Who could gather up those young affections thoogbt she would bare died, and I sfcgold be holditI.iPb rf and' .icK L'uugk,
J g oae hundred and sixteen shares of Union I f 100-half forfeit.-Three subscribers and closed. ilbur,. This was sufficient cause of death 'l'againt heft all &on4P1Edward own prop, aooe.mijbt late "x.n rac'v.
c Bask Stock making payment easy to the purchaser I 4th day Saturday 12th,-Proprietor's Purse and Fannon told the man be should bang him. "When thus she lay. B. could not refrain from mingling ed withvot ilenitheup4: ot)*. '

v ,and on the. remainder a liberal credit will be $300 Free-one for all mils beats Three to the best rules in of five the, Tallahassee Hunter was evidently a man of the limes; Forlorn of heart. withered and'deMate, bin tears with those of his little netce-nor en.wo.uchia. ,.aae. t l.tO. be. ". i
EPPES. .
allowed. F. } agreeably "
l'; Tallahassee. No,.9th, 1638. I itt Jockey Club. Entrance 10 per cent. t>ut what could IM do, alone i nd defenceless As leaf of autumn, which the wolfish winds, can you.fair readerswithhold your synvpatby which. > .oiaind 0 '. npt__ r wit_ )****;1: z
4't THO.BROWN. with a dozen bitter enemies? It was I Selecting from its falling sisters, chase But let none say or think. that a ".efored an, inwatd.law*, ;gq j feKpfiii
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j BLANKS.A i Treasurer & Proprietor. case of complete desperation. The rope wan Far from iu native grove, to lifeless wastes rake makes the..best husband :at only) adds a new feehng Ud...e

1 A. General Assortment this of Blanks Office.Jestieec printed no October 12th, &. 10-tf ready and a strong old oak threw out it* And I leave it there alone to be forgotten -, a those pteyhsiiljuuitu exitaja&.,f1..&JMt
good for sale at
Executions paper Blank Deeds, EDUCATION. convenient branches. Fannon told him be Eternally. God passed in mercy by, A.LeoeKtror Loutsuna.-W* copy the &hem
Summons, Bills of Sale, SaWriber baring determined to locate might pray for bit time bad tome. The His.praiw be ever new! and on her breath following interesting frgeodrort ,tbe,Baton ont forbervpUqtifwc: I
I Subpoena, .luorne,'. Declarations, THE : (permanently in Tallahassee! ,annonn.ee poor man kneeled down and teemed absorbed ed. Rouge uazetf ei > I" .,hi. frnne. pteparediu4pad
Wa.nat Reconizanees.e. to its citizens,his intention opening a School in his petition to a throne of mercy. An>l bade her live." I .* ,And the Canadian it raaj stand for jw pafiaiiJvai
&. ft*. Ac. &c. in the Academy, for the instruction ol' Youth in tbe ;
various departments of a liberal! English Edaeation. Fannon and hi. men stood by, and the trusty "Oh, Ma how I wished you bad been at, boatmen, with measured step propelled the .:oattranJ.a"r.'l j jifesUog .
KOTICRTHE The Lit st guarantee for a faithful peiformanee of mare stood among themand the reins on her the meeting to day; we bad -1 bew minister. host wkb their slender poles keeping tune''to Its want of UM InIa bowl.ed-.c. .l.II. .
Co-partnership heretofere eristinc in tile his trust and an nreroittn? attcation to his duties neck. They began to be impatient for their :He looked so much like the miniature you the sad &.raelancoolt s&ata.The barttonJoas wbichitbootyetrecew.; .. 1"
*e of STEWART BARNARD, bein I u a teacher U given in the assurance that his in- II. Bl4 L .,
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victim to close his devotional exercises. But have ancle William, I .WWlYOU could echoes
dissolved by the death 01 the senior' partner all atitutica will be permanent '< long as a liberal pat songs prolonged and .repented bythe 4.4"t
persMks iodebud(o the 4nt are requested to makeIsnsMdJate ronare u extended to him. Hi prices for .they soon discovered there, was more; pee him. Old Margaret says he i is to be:our of both .abbrrs, bad foatething hwfldnd oif _Jl-1 -c F g' 4bf-. .
s.ule ejitt ad' all having elairM will. 1IeB.4Iq,W1ftIUOTflPbY and !earth than heaven in Hunter's thoughts: for minister for a few months till Mr Gray has eon,.ia harmony-with the impression $rodu- -.capy thg t

pi. MM present tha name. Arithmetic, he suddenly sprang on Fannon's mare, bow .returned from bit journey-for Ma, he hasgbnela cadbyth ( sigbthafaa li inieBetua ,river that
Eo BAUAB.Dlr: 8urr! Partner. Art %7 per quarter-for Geography Grammer ed his head neck, pressed tbe Eut U bring hU wfto and: flow xrf ., .,
TmflaMneeJvlvl4thJ83R, 4 Llf History including the above branches and $It (or ,on berpowerftrl *'loliuiryaad najestie. : anridtt world ,
EHlOacXURT LEON COUNTY, uuiructinn In the higher branches of Lit.ratsre.Tb. his heels on her flanks, and darted'away like df en here." ?' I forest.Jsr1, -nr: V .1": *_ J. J g +e$
Fall .hours of Instnicuon are from half past igbt the windl!, "Well. Loaise, did you tell.timi you, bad We gdied with reprdjty alorsg fire:; fbot.cf
Term 1838. ..M. til half past 18:P.If.and Iron J P. 61..1 rifles levelled in moment who wished him'I
Aha Iptr It Joni)** T.'- \ 6. No adtaUr' ,.e Yed (oJr 1m than a quarter,. The tory were a a dying mother to see: several,hBIa'Hibat"approached ndroatb; d
til
Pttl' '. '1'f wtd.r ibi fina ,fpic' i unk**by special appoiD tmenL- The months. of Jo- : "shoot high t shoot bigbVf ,cried Fannon. t "3Sa; be was a stranger, and .I.dtro not (ton the,left shore:of the Mtssisstppi. utr.r*
&. > AUcblforJob just aDd Septembet are r.*erved. asa vacation, "save.ray mare!" The sup*n whistled overHunter's s yeah 'la,JUB; but I asked '.old ...ret'. w ywW5 feeing had capricioosly:presided ;'l I
V. i |405 50-1M. .od no other daring tbe year. back,.save one tbat told with 'un- bstcband to-do it, and h*,:U comiqgheeto.morro'w. : : their crtlon.. '-tm :) # r 1'51i J .

....-'*,B.. IWlxxJy.- ) October SO JOHN J8SS.1QA If BROOKE..IMr ring aim,which tore and battered bia shoal ". -1; \ f, \ : i &ff-bJf* Uar"PstroKW' with..o orouwa
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THE "DalI otters Interested' win -Ta1Iabase -. der d r.tll..Be' reeled 1 OB the saddle. *Motber,** amis! Lhesajne.ce tfeed little voice Cri .pnt.s3encjre! &re1eos: ,I r .]

b.l-.ct' vU&M copter iastiUUM.aa| plead of thta U salt.AealaratIM by Uaelu Pieces rope Datides"Digging.* (41.tag.zo. inches' w1lds. and felt s rk.. heart; bat.hope waIt before tirl .#rnomlofr,:"the raintstet_kr, i Baton.o Jt9 pMi"And u.i1Lln&utelDIe\ '

ltoi K"ithl the Un prtmribW ky law. .Coils Ba'.Ito .a'.npenor article.T death behind and h* nerved btmtf,Jbr tile be joor-.tibes to know.jCiLwo. .tbeisbW ent&ebo .ad tk. :.
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,. If;, ,.TfIOMFSOZIAu.rpitffa.Nii' -es. ,4- rfl lebT' *i -- p race.-.; Oa-he Mthreagh wood and re- aidWb.r8lOtbet: & **>"iI : !r*ifhioteo 1 i". uIki.
.Od .t n. .'1.. 'It.e gjlBLY A'"GORMAN.lVltahaaaea.vfdiMtt5th.ieS8 '.. .' vines ud- mbI.did thateewtrfrifann I*lifheN &UOthe11L1eI1f1Pi1b hiiflJ!, .the edge;of the 1w. ia-wTwi nilaaW
OOODS ; ; S4f i carry hia 's eljr and'ewUtly. Hie eaetoier .ft '_..'eaidaJe: ( .-rolee.;; J roir1S< .nO il,4J

r 'rim tabmiiw h JwlroetlTW per isbe 'Lftooa'_ .1.&be," .PaW" SlaW. were in holpcrtuit.i .Tbfjr fe41ow tes'oytho wr..a.D&CCO d"IhSI4MZII. I1ae:.Iidka1etIyd.ai h
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LPcntr. '?* > ?-'*' 'it Colonel, MontgowwjSiSWfes" I present we will look on and sec i if we cannot discover Tallahassee-, Doc. 6, 1033.JJfM' ;|,ine to havapojfuTmod sJ aJLjUolbor' men a iteamGov- wed:ofTthawayt 1 1'hist qd r.

: A10**.? dog c Pl- something more d 1eI1.1Ihi., movement.. Ma.E J ro W*!*:"-I-[Ujife- beW1i! ; and fc&deemed i is fc ibl 1fo fifes the Okefi- ,blitFau1 bjjen Sons now w.n I)JuioWtt ,.pl -
< i Sr .d a. of tho most'aplendutho
Ram,wr.io n. ?&&*\ !er?apt; M r. Fether- Wo do not *uppo o'tbj*; tlemel10th.. UxioasIywitlng| fur reply&relink uSuvJryoaV i Wpovitn a& an 5* /4 1 ; Jnt azi1Ir.qi.ived flbe one Ob i
convention 'ilelcgaleJwha electt4rw voted arks edilorbl thougrr'tb.j'Aiddle or % jAiostc; $ New. York Linen.. & ,'
t t' J'te.rue a |) I.articUyofjsoroeweuks M} f cou e WM e .1 S; immi' ', tJ 1
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f ,h. .. .., was Chat, for with an expecUlioa"en the port-of the peopl padByhiakusiInce imagine Mmp. frorn -S:'W. to :B -we came 'stales thaf t&; n patriot m .t..nu
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I '' :It -CajiUin ;Smith iuiog' to that one of the dutioe imposed apoa, thsmwis. .| hehas.beenconvuced oTthfUruti ,of.your. outabout twelve miles north ofJTradjcrs bilk numbered 111"'besides 11 wounded. One I. We have cDpoJ i t

b.k.i jlM ftf''via*'.wi' 1m'Wn#$MW, in 'ato caucus and cabal,and combine and trade,and barter statement in relation to Thornt n'..Channel, The last: ,days! march \u computed to beeighleen escaped, a Pole, and supposed himself the following uttereatiajc, but -'eW.

ana' '"' cnpc11ed and arrange,iu regard to who should be our else why this long neglect, when hevappeared'' or twenty miles. Our. discoveries only person left alive; as tbe others.. ,were- nationby'Ctfptr D* Duramett.: : t

figbt about a pfoch) ajf sowS] %rUy;;air ape next delegate; We do'not vnppow the people'wond! to b So Ycry-8olicitO "atout tte'Welfare ef ui the iw rapi will be of great utility4hflywill'enable speared'ohf leaving't tbe"bti1TdTh g. On Saturday morning} last* 'i'Wt

ciraen,'by the way, of the.cause* wKich, post apruvfofth.employmentof time which should St. Mnrlul:"Tlnj muder tliat .you have"sug>? d* hereafter to exclude the Indiana A leUef from Prescott of"tK*.. 16th, pub mile'South of Mosquito Ina.iIi. '

commonly.lead to maneuvering,managing and inti tguing which (u the at issue between is in 'and will ,to tho citizens > nt./states skeleton'weir. *fbtfrid* ind*quantitTofpapers
hacard, a lewd womao, or.m. tbt4iuiSance ,question you, my half a century, open Col.:Dundas, :of the 83d n gim '
,tQaOClCty, is coznnionl.aAhe. boUom we are.given to uudBrstand) is the'plain English estimation,. but fair and honorable.. You Georgia new sources of wealth in the that after a .smart,fire upon jbe wind. ,mills! amongwhich 'were .ponbrt

of lutb .. on r.' of the terms above quoted, tc/n/i used ly tht Editor I suggested that the people Tallahassee, and rice lands of the swamp. tbe brigands were summoned to surrender, tbe Houston Telegraph dated }Julv 11
,; '. above alluded f.. We are however thankful fo r the I St. Marks hold a public. meeting and appoint To-raoirow I sh-.ll march- to CJox'a- Hammock which they did. Eighty-six prisoners were 1838. and.the left band :half of ,a.TreV

hint thrown out of what may possibly be attemptedat examine the channel and of the and Note of one dollar, oftheRepubReofT's .
THEFCIAN.' : proper persons to on the west side swamp, immediately secured, and sixteen others, ;
Joseph. We intend to pay the town a visit make a fair and impartial report to the peo On tho march several men weie bogged so who were wounded, were removed from the as, dated Houston, May 3,1838. signed. A.
TALLAHASS I if we can spare time, before the convention rises' Is tins to the citizens of them out. found.A Brigham, Treasury." *
pie. objectionable deep that it required two men pull mill, as soon as conveyance could be "f
L, and shall watch tho intriguants clo ell' If an at- either T Certainly Then let "St. without The papers appear tohavebeIongej
not.
town of
pantaloons
1838, and many on landing were large supply of arms, 26 kegs powderand .
Saturday Mornlnn, 8,
_- tontismado, to stock the cards we will try to de- Marks" name the time and place holdingthe I and shoes, these articles being torn off three pieces of ordnance fell into our Charles Sag, who bad for some time ,[
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The following gentlemen have been requested tt'itsJd: exposure shall follow. We would sug-1 meeting; and, in all possibility his assertions II by briars roots and quagmires. I marchedat hands. engaged in raising a compiny of vofur'

to act u bur Ajr onts, and aro full/ authorized to go{ there is such a thing as manoeuvring over may not bear him out so well ns ho the head of the troops, carrying my haversack Some of tbe brigands effected their escape for Texas, in New' York. .A number of.
for 'd,. this office. mn!h. We have hoard eta candidate for the territorial ALBERTO. rumen Is and vouchers of claim .
receipt account : anticipates. of provisions as a common soldier, from the building in tbe brushwood, opooj|
Dr. D. L. Waitr, Gadsden: senate who recently out-manouvered him. and suffered greatly; but it is a satisfaction during the darkness of the night. I directed Texian Government for services are i am

Wm. BUDB Ese Mol iicello.! llell Thera'are places and people majestic and. From the Savannah Georgian. commence operations at that point, intendingto tbe militia to scour the bank and several the papers found; the documents, a,..,

t. J. W, SMITH P. M., Thomasvifl*. 'grand in the way of plnnning, but feeble and impotent -. FROM THE OCOFINOCO.We scour the western border of the swamp ) prisoners were then secured. Among mutilated but they may be of vaIue'Ij"
H. .Ti&flfl&. in the way of execution. The democracy have been favored by a gentleman of ill filed victim -
BOSH of tho Indiana friends of the to whoa
to Fot Gilmer. The departure others himself Gen. Van iI.
, _ Florida aro getting too wide awake to be fooled. this city4 with the following interesting letter a Pole calling
from Island justifies report in Sault who the principal supposed the paper belonged.A .
Floyd's it is understood
l WE a'aathor.ed to ann&nca the lion from Gen. Floyd, giving nn account of thut was A
CHARLES 'DOWNING ai a Candidate for ro- On Saturday t, the U.S. transport Columbia, gallant officer having explored this hitherto circulation about a month ago that they had leader. All tho buildings adjoining the protection for an American Set.
arrived St. with detachment Western Florida. If Indiansare 1 directed was also found. The name hat been for.
loelioa u.Delegate to the next Congress- tho at Marks from New Orleans a inaccssible and unknown region. It will be gone to any mill were destroyed, but the latter -

United State, Florida continue to be a Territo of fifty-six recruit from Jefferson Barracks seen that Gen. Floyd passed through it fromS. in the swamp they do not exceed fortyor to be occupied by a company of militia, ton by our. .informer. The individotriicribcd ,

at lie time of the election.E : ,Missouri, for the sixth infantry now operating fifty and are on the western border of tbe and propose that it should continue to be so, asa native Vermont, s sixteeo
TV VV. to N. E. and that ho has discovered "
". in Middle Florida. Officer, Thomas L. Alexander Okefinokc. Mr intention is to search every or entirety demolished.I of age and five feet two inches hiJr'f.

nTH Rr'. MK. BoRocoHi )having returned, Capt.Commanding; Lieut.Thomas Henderson the Island which has hitherto nerved blood as .a place. I shall establish a strong fort on am happy to say, this service was per- The back part of tbe skull were all .
hold and the
Divirvj mce maybe, expected on each Lord's day A.A. Commissary ; Ass. Surgeon, Josiah Simpson strong lurking cxcuruhas place to of blood Ioyd's Island and make a road to it from formed with the loss of one man only, of the ken in, and with The exception of a foot;
Indians after his
in th ? J 1.ittriaa" church commencing at 11 We learn the detachment is ordered to Fort Frank thirsty Fort Walker sufficiently good for horses.- 83d: regiment. nearly devoid of flesh. H

o'clock A. Brook, at Dcadm.ms Bay and left yesterday in tho and plunder.TRADER Nov. 17th 1838. By holding the interior, the enemy will be A letter from Prescott of the 14th computes The inference be drawn is' hat.'-*!

The Proclamation of the Acting Governor,of the steamer Izard. On the 5th inat I HILL.left hero with only four forced to the border, where they can easilybe the killed and wounded of all ranks at unfortunates were wrecked the coaf,*clI )

members elected to the Senate and lions of Re.prMentalives The sixth is more in want of recruits than any of mountedand found. I have, placed all the regulars in 45. Of the rebels, Gens. Brown and Phil I either walked the beach or crossed HOIIpIdO'

was received too late for publication other regiment in Florida. For the last year its companies my regiment, (one the this part of Georgia der my command, and lips are mentioned aft killed. I bar in t1)eir'bonts and were murdered br ft*}
Gilmer
the rest foot) fur fort on
this week. It will appear in our next. It wouldbe duty has been most arduoui-at the battle at Oco- on nnd find them very efficient. : Tbe Montreal Herald of the 19tb, states Indians at the spot where the skeletons ilnfj:
Suwanee mite
river distant
well for the clerk of the counties of Gadsdcn, chobec,last winter, the regiment lost a number of fifty-six discovered.
that martial had been constituted
a court
arrived there the 9th,. On the 7th and ,
Jefferson and UilUborough, to forward certificates men an d several valuable officer*; and the last Bummer on By the President of the IT. S. .and tbat the trial of all and fo- A number of tones were found amooj$&
Ihe.truitora
of the members elected, as no returns have as yet campaign against the Creeks, has contributed 8tb, examined the country and proposed to A PROCLAMATION.WHEREAS remains of the camp fire, from which if wonW
riyn in will be
been received at Ihe Executive office from either of much to lessen the number fit for duty. The sixth enter the Okifenoker which i ia twenty-one I there is too much reason to belligerents jail proceededwith seem that the Indians after completujj tluTr
forthwith.
has received but few miles from fort Gilmer. On the 9th, having United States in
these counties. recruits during the past year believe that citizens of the bloody work of murdW had thrown &&V

and fcvcrnl of tho companies have scarcely half added one company of U. S. Dragoons, disregard of the solemn warning heretofore I From the New York dies into the flames. '.'r'>-j

On Thursday hint three wagons were attacked their compliment of men. (dismounted) and two companies of volun- given to them by the proclamations issued Expreu.EXCHANGEDoKEsTlclInbile The wreck. must have occured sometna

11!.a party of Indians on the Magnolia road, about teers to my small force, and stationed small I I by tho Executive of the General Govern. funda in last of the
September
The Anti-masonic Convention recently held atrhiIadellhia during some hearjgnlea
eight mile. (ruin Camp Wacisoa. The Indians detachments on the border of the Suwaneeto I ment, and by some of the Governors of the have improved one per cU within a week, in
composed of Delegates from Ohio. which many vessels were .recz don
were supposed to number fifteen or twenty-they prevent the eccape of the enemy,! marched State,have combined to disturb the pence of they have been sought for with great avidityat the Flondn Ill
rifled the wagons of provisions and some little Pennsylvania' New Jersey and.several of the New from fort Gilmer for the Okefonokee, on I the dominions of & neighboring and friendly 31 to 3:| per cent.' discount, this is the roost.
The
England States, nominated WM. H. HARRISON following note was also found oa&
clothing doing no further mischi r. They demanded the eastern bank of the Suwannec and reached nation: And whereas, information has been nearest to par they have yet attained. Billson r
as a candidate fur the Presidency, and Daniel bench in a hovel.
of the negro drivers powder and lead, but fortunately Webster for Vice of the United States. the edge of the swamp on the lOih, and given to me, derived from official and other New Orlcuins oro also in good request .
Frewidency ,
hAre was none in the wagons. Capt. en tho same day built a picket fort for n depot sources that many citizens in different parts at 1 to Ii: per ct. Thete is no '.>nVby OFF HATTEKAS, 23ih 4ag. 1838,'

Hoffman, with a detachment of troops from Camp THE 'CaJEIUI.-'VO have reports from the weet for provisions, and called it Fort Tattmll. I ofjlH JJniied'"iStiriO- associating, for the the Exchange on Alabama, Mississippi.. ..i.should and_ "The brig Uchee Billy, Brown mister,

WacI.sa and a number or volunteers went in pur11 that the runaway Creeks have made. i.U f appeor555 -, On the Ilth jeolliack to fort Gilmet'my bag same purpose : And whereas, disturbances be as gieai'airuTiY'tuese" isnnis- nHtc' ,, from Htvana bound to.New Yorlu iaJtka

1.1 S ; 1t. 'were unsuccessful in falling in with-- theIndians yU&"fjj! or! 0
... .'.- that the scltufrTliave removed to lola for safety. equipage, and leaving a lieutenant nnd 15 parts of the two Ganadas: And whereas, a 1st of Jan., after which tbe rates cannot rul- of the 27th inst. during a heavy blow frondnI .

i don't intend to We learn from
; for Congress Why Dovmiiig you say,jwho While yon, or Read 7 support Why command at Stidinulga Bluff on the Apalachicola, after marching a'onl four miles, (half ofthn United States, in conjunctionwith the Atlantic Stat.e& The a-nount of Southern W. BROWN, Jffi

don't come out for Clny vr Von Buren-for or that few signs have yet been discovered by his run- i the distance through muddy and dismal Canadians and others, who, after forcible funds here is very much reduced,-this

r''i i against you the Sub-tteasuryfur or against a National ners. If Indians are in the neighborhood, they swamps) arrived at an islimd called by the seizing upon the property of their peaceful has been brought about by a very good arrangement A public meeting of the Unior XM fcbcri

I Bank?-why don't you take a stand and stir up the keep well concealed, and have not, as we have yet Indians Chepucky. On this iInud is an old neighbor for the purpose effecting their of the Bunks in these States, in of tho Legislature, WdS held at Milledgevme,

,t'<": v'r populii-and similar questions are put to us heard attempted any mischief. Some difficulties field and the remains of nn Indian town called unlawful designs, arc now in arms agaist the taking up their circulation by giving Bondsor 22i inst., and resolutions adopted,sustaining

..very day or two by some who are subscriber,s.mowlw which have hitherto prevented an efficient operation Chepuckvtolafa', which means {heIHlcky'sto authorities Canada, in perfect disregard Checks on the United Stiles Bank in tho measure ofthe divorce of Bank and Government

I.,: .. 4j are not subscriber9(!!!) by some who have paid we learn arc removed, and Captain FI. is authorized \ On the western edge of the'illand of their own obligations as American citizens : Philadelphia payable a year hence,and boar -nominating the/Bon. JoH5 Fptj

'Op" and sone who have not paid up (112)) One says to ndopt any measures which may lead to is a small lake, which I supposed to bo connected and of the obligations of the government of :ing interest of about seven per cent. The 9YTH. as the candidate .of the South, for,

t, I "oppose Downing- O fot FPhite-Downing'* too their discovery and we doubt not will succeed, if with the Suwanee near its source. their country to foreign nations: holders of large amounts of certificates of Vice Presidency of th/U. States and fcrflrf I

l laxy-wont write to his tuelltl-bclong.! to a possible, in routing them or bringing them in, if Built a fort on the island and callec it "Fort Now-therefore, I have thought it necessary I Deposit and Bank Notes have readily ngterd holding of a Convention of those In favor 'of I

.i ; certain a t-makes bungling laws that nobody understands they arc to bo found. Walker," in compliment to a gallant officer and proper so i issue t thi proclamationcal ''to' this arrangement, which had been alike Sub Treasury, & /at Millcdgeville, on the

I I -turned St. Joseph out of Florida [no THE WEATHER. I entered the swamp at fort Tatnall rn whatis ling upon every citizen of the United States I!'beneficial to both parties. The following third Monday December next.

.. II great harm in that]-instead coming home in va. Our northern upcak of cold weather and called the old Micasukv trail, which was neither to give countenance nor encouragement are the nUes of the day- / (

:.: ., cation goes to the springs pic-nic-ing it-is opposed snow as far south papers as Maryland. We have been visited followed by Cupt. bale last August about of any kind to those who forfeited their Boston, par a 1 The jointspecial committee of'the GeeV-
V>LV- &e." Another wants us three nnd a half miles into the beyond Philadelphia gia Legislature, appointed to'investig'oLwtIechargE's
.. to a State government, with a few cold days and frosty nights, sufficient swamp claims to tho protection of their country upon J a
.' I to "score White for his"a'.eutancu" in permitting to give quito a wintry to the fort Walker. Being unprepared to go those misguided or deluded persons wh. Baltimore, .- i a i alleged against Col.! Long, the ChieC

t himself I* be talked of for Delegate-say* I country. During three days this appearance week, however further, he turned back, having gone further are engaged in them to abandon projectsdangp.rou8 Charleston Richmond,, i a Engineer of the State, in a memorial of citijeens 1

I there is a"combination between him and some of the weather was unusually &rm-Ihe thermometer into the swamp than any other white man to their country, fatal to those Cincinnati. -lial 2 a. 21 /of Cassville, made a report this mon ; !

f. I bit old enemies to make up and divide the offices ranged from 72 to 75 degrees during the day, up to that time. Tho trail followed by Capt. whom they profess a desire to relieve, impracticable Augusta - 21 a 3. morning to the) Senate, most favorable loCol. :

1 and honors-that the Colonel'has turned English- and tho) nights were quito sultry. Thursday Healfl was supposed to lead to nn island about of execution and effect without Savannah, 2 a 21 l. Long. This report and documents were j
I I man Frenchman rate is a non-retiJent" the of the celebrated in Indian Mobile, 3ia4 ordered be
at centre -
i or ; any brought us rain, a rarity the last six weeks, end swamp, foreign aid which they cannot rationally to printed..
I and have been assured that "while in tradition and which I be if it New Orleans, 1f U
I; we gravely yesterday cleared off with a north-wester the supposed to ( expect to obtain, and giving rise to impu- Nashville, 6 -
Paris he wa made a member of the Chamber of existed) tbo head of the 51 a Arkansas.Full returns for the Congrei
I themomctcr at noon rating fifty-six degrees. quarters enemy. tations however unformed) upon the honor Natcliev, 6 a 7 *
Peers,aod invested with the Crow of the Legion Nov. 12th, sent one hundred men with a Louisville sional election this State 'tii
I ;I and good faith of their own Government; upon 3 a. 4 represent. .. .,
. of Honor, or some other Medal ; and Talleyrand The steamer New Castle left St. Marks, for St. guard to bring in our provisions from fort every officer, civil and military, lnd. Su Louis, 3 a 4 votes a* standing thus-
!
\ I when ha died left him his books fee." and we have 'Joseph list Saturday,with most of the members of Tarnall to fort Walker on their shoulders, every citizen-by. tho veneration due by upon all' Detroit. - 4 a S, For Cross, (V.B.) 6771

;:' been wanted criticise his letters recently pnblislu I tho Convention from East and Middle Florida. and slung on poles, the trail being impassa. freemen the laws which th.y have assisted COTTON-Tbe market has .insen is'a Fer Curamings, fW.) 4218Cross'maj'

t 1.J. e& A third would make u*believe Gen. Read U a Th Convention met we suppose on Monday, but ble to horses. to enact for their own government-by this dull state throughout the week, and no'demand -'"
Aoagoroos man, a tort of second General Jackson, we have as no advices of their This '
yet doings. This arduous Home
duty was handsomely use hero '
%4 per- regard for the honor and ''reputation of his except ; price are 2553 fl.'he
1',: -n4 baa advised us to hunt op Mr. Clal'aDd'* Mr. evenings mail will probably bring us accounts. of formed. 13th, marched fioin the island with country-by his love of order and respect two cents above those at Liverpool. The Little Rock Gazttlc (V. B.) stitt'stb.at

I Chapman "Johnson'* speeches against Military I its organization,&c about 250 men, having a captain and twenty- for that sacred code of laws by ubich national sales of the week will reach about 2,500. the Senate'stands13 Van Baton men,

i i Chieftain, published many year ago and reptint nine men at fort Walker. Our course was intercourse bales- and 4 The
in If'e learn from Fort Frank Brook, that as lato is rcglated-to ue every effort Whig.- House; 31VanBfirenmen
'. hem that if he is elected be will get us a war
; Mexico and fourth whispers : as Dec. 4, the several scouting parties from that N. E. with very little variation for 8 hours in his power to arrest for trial and punishment Orleans - at 13 a 14! ,.and 17 \Vh gs. DonbtfnlS.
Vith Texas a
Franco or ;- '& .
} through one of the most horrible Uplands, 13U14 "
: post had found no fresh signs of Indians. A few swamps on every offender against the providing -
to as Vf, *)et Downing and White fix it.thel the face Old and new, of other savta, If i a 14}
of the earth. Below mud and '
mdarctsnd each other." : deserted hutt had bona discovered. Mnj. Noel us was for the performance of our obligations to the Lots of Steamer CKIficotke.--This fine
;
I bad led tho with the water (sometimes nearly waist deep) nnd other world. Those rates are full a rent lower than those boat
Now, have sort of objection to those who pot$ greater part of his force Powers the And I herebywarn struck a snug on 12th ins!. about'etgjrt
no
we
aN fond of scrape*-who have a passion for seribling fur a long scout twelve or fourteen days. If the roots and logs, above And round were briars, all those who 'have engnged in these that ruled prior to the arrival of tbe Great miles! above New Madrid,* stove a bole Jn

to iotfolfa in the .Memt"-bnt we scarcely ever [Indians have returned west of tho Suwanne this vines nnd bushes furming altogether obstacles criminal l enterprise., if persisted in, that, Western. Much speculotion calculations her bottom, and was run on a sand bariraJrishe
cannot fail, think in in that no language can accurately dcscrita. whatever prevail as to tbe crop, aDa.1itJas been stitec1 sunk in feet bound ,
writ e avrr.' It is only whoa we are driven to expedition wo falling with may be the condition to which they eight water. She was
it by editorial pride, or necessity, or the fit U on us, sonic of thoir parties.FOR Each man carried five days provisions, nothing may be reducedthey must 'not expect the interference over and over n;ain, that jibe crop will be to this port, with a cargo of Flour, Baggiflfi I

aid waite compelled, now, to fill op a vacant I else save his arms and ammunition. In of this Governmentin any form on short. Thus far'merecelptsbfebcen quiteus Bale Hope, &c., th** principal part' of wfcia I

: colann. We do not intend to answer our queri its, TUB FI.ORIDIIN. the evening, (having marched by our calcu- their behalf; but will he leO, reproached by great as those of last year,and tbe'quality will be saved in.a damaged state, together vita i

or even to render them much satisfaction. Wo lay Whatever concerns public example is interesting lation twelve or fourteen miles from fort every virtuous fellow citizen, to be dealt with never.better. The steani'packet Liverpool her engine and furniture.-N. O. Com. Ed

ekim lo a little of.th. merit of modesty. We are to the people at large. It is ren- Walker,) wo emerged from the swamp and according to the policy and justice of that arrived yesterday. having sated from:j Cork letin. I
: ; order but dered in where entered the i island which we sought never Government whose dominions' the 6th. Tbe sales of Cotton at"Liverpool I,
not naturally.of the non-committal being more so a new country cased they have, in I
t I but a twojear old Floridian, .we do.not aspire tot grow into established precedent4, and become before beheld by the eyes of white man. It defiance of the known wishes nnd efforts of for the week .ending the* 2}, were 35,000 NEW Yoax.' NOT. 23!

4ktaUThere. is a lima for,.. 11 thing Let our established usages. I was impressed was, as I expected the head quarters of the their own Government, and 'without the bags'at'I.2d, advance, '1,500'ofWbid Jrere TEN DAYS LATER FROM.EUROP& I

: ,ewer breLhnm of the Time*.and WatiUiman select with this reflection: by an article in the enemy. shadow justification, nefariously.invaded. on speculation,-on the 3d and 4thtthe sties Arrival of the Liverpool. : .'

IL tbair caadklatca,and we will wager two.to one weT Watchman, taking exception to the people'sWriting We found their camp and a (town with Given under my hand, at the city of'Washington were 9,000 bale, and prices fully supported. It is with ordinary pleasure ,thiw ifc-'1 'I

t .".oppose them,both-four to !no e,oppoao the forpatr a letter of request to an old public comfortable bouset mt the enemy'bad gone ,'the twenty first 'day of November, These advances may have the effect to check flounce the arrival of the-steano ship Liie.cpool I
: ..ao4 ,the Peoples candidate know if 'at suited him I by their signs about two month ago. Encamped any further. decline.lIONEY.There.
1* UajL vone' our. servant to to s-rve in tbe year' four Lord one thousand. eight Capt. Fayrer from Liverpool,. hut from I
i ; .(tilt, same thing) elected.J .."But:we will not be reskated again in that capacity. All public offices belong and in a beautiful hammock. of live oak hundred and thirty eight and tbe' 'sixty has been a pinch in Cork.
to the naJnft above"tnenttontd. There are to the people, and it is more honourableto laurel a es. 14th, explored the !island ; '
j and third of the Independence tbe United. be market for some days past., Short .leans .Tho.Uverpool took berdepsrtare on '*j?
'
:; aWmlwr.of distinguished gentlemen,of the East, them and respectful to the nominated burnt the Indian town. The island 20th but
after
person States. M.. VAN BURENBy on stock have been alled in. The South making 950mileagainst extremely
; .,)Vei and) i4dteIJ1;; f yon of tue South who may that the proposition should be made (which my, officers have 'nnmed .Floyd's the President and West have obtained large loans here all rough weather.and'high' sca.i .,

: ,U>Vtt<>4Jby'their rJ rWpcctlfefri d*.' Even the I by them,'than that a man, who may be in island, & by which name it will hereafter be J : of which.have exhausted our resources.,, It tainmg;'however. Uttle damage,'she pot bact
i;.. .i, editor if ttVecHju*} pMD0 Wwi tfarfjjji recent. I love 'with himself 'without a rival in' the known) U about 20 mile long,' very high FoaIYTUSep .of Slate.'Lateitfrom' baa the
been a object with i bunks here on 26th on account of tbA/gr atrcosurnntion
great our (
and
::1.l4'6a forf3 nalor may I'b. .prsnaje4 'to try world should the intruding shaped like a crescent, one end pointing ,
annoy community by tq ,aid 'to 8outbernBanks of coal '.which created-what ap.
grant to enabl ,
4 reirUv'n intbi* rac&thoxiQ. r* bat iothit atrug.jOfc his it. Few forward to the west and the other to the north, the .
., name are so Total that.
upon Upper Cana4- :
.d 1r 'r" Itenator. defeat them to resume, andwhera tbu. great object reared to have beefln2atappeheUherst .
.. I concave side fronting N. W. On this side
: & fqt or presumptuous, as to announce e ''themselves of the'Patriot at Preteott. '
The account has o hevthenqontinued.
vtaaoiw Let'' 1Je'l ftun ;; of the island i ill been attained; : will effort! relief to all ck might&il 1IdI1f ya,
p6;
11 i tbe'iiag9 beltack.tC decent an extensive prairie, level;asa
--public they are aware requires below, nnder date of 'ii
'- ). lake OdgcnsbmgV 16th! No parts of the country. Six new Banking Com The engrnes, wou.v _
ii c 4 t1&r.r.'ibte"i and covered
sH : & with short' and
i nla flg.-leafofcovering.to their modesty. ittherefore grass,' vember'confirms '
tbe'rumortbat had had t.bessinrthg. -
) v1ic1 :'We' ,".ttuitbo' go for' the for.i thusTisefrionde adorned with beautiful- islands>from ,wbi) hover already panie pDduxthoxent': law this State,'are I .not bcerMuf&cfontlje <
of A B
rum reached of '
i
< 4 ( the br way 'Albany, of the t'adefeat'bf commencing''opeNtiOD2I.Tbere can be The result.was lb Lsh p I ( prairie the'wood* on the borderof 1K
announce or, "we are authorized to the?Patriot forces "
say hoar:Preseott. It. no question that in short o hth. !ayr
; 'AatadYiiBSflsdiflth1t eon ofCopleVJu the 1M 'ab ut"20 miles a period,.Now.York : : .L
seen -
swamp
that A B will serve, or A B nil! be may will be recollected that
supPorted 6ar
previous accountsto will There she'rereained week tag ,JW
rff:WriJMtnacola, say.W.. by citizens." This is done distant to tbe S. W. and N..W. The Ocd- the/lSih' enjoy a banking capital so long and so
many inclusive, left the invading body much needed. Tfaef ?of the supplies and sfaried'again on ToeattajMfci
HrV Ys4flgrot Mr. sad
f ctHner bJoDt to Clay, -.rh'A" B: nominates himself fiookee, instead of bringing a barren>'waste export Cotton
or gets some in rather a critical situation; with two or three which has .6th inst.. ''She arrrvcd FireIsfi& yesterday
:Q--11J nura *by Wiiotkt W bar*'ob> contains some of the best lands crop* already commenced. ,'irilMbe'
iu-Georgia.
relative do it. Tho mi
to 1Ii.
partisan Brid.b'lteambOats '
.'w aiUnl to,' iM tV atMM time. to eome, l horioreme'and or frank manner more is for.t t thepeople Floyd's Island appears to 'divide the' sourceof their" in the river to prevent youd all queatwnlOQu afforded great reuetTus afiernoon ,:, (2 ,:wclock;.!|hj i pe reniained -;
bo'alf el well1! crossing over'o the Ameritian'side, ,, for seeralbourf, J1.toDequence or
it.-I' |Mt can ma- .the Little St. Marys fiver from the Suwan' ,1
at J targ to wy to their I fellow-citizen and 'with '
an increased force of l k.
LM the strife U wbo skin 1o4i 'most for regulars and the fog. She.ret !
uftv nee Deer bear and .nume'rOtis '
,
,
turkeys
-. "we wisfryoo tO'Mrve if your engagementswill are loyalists in their NORTH E 8TC& BOPHDAUY.- bgeityrt9.'O
g4.rea.nt- !Wb4h1I4! i *aottoligbtea rearat; and. nea. Pre.-. lad fVJY
oar infant ; on tbo ill14ad nd 'thousand tbismornipg, ..
allow.iMhif'a petition *: of,'wild commissioners ,!
humiliating to COtt.' ;: appointed bytbe
the burthoa of State taxa* .'h'1.. : i goveinment ajittle abof / w"J1I1i f9 r.
and l ducks .
those who'tnako it md Ian geese pre on the prairies. In the of Ma'rne
worship to whom I Tho annexed int to examine the north eastern bouD- '
hhineeihowg 4
'
-who shall do moot t* a pi judicious that near. of the Great Woin'; &t.vlDu
prwnote two
pro '
deep swamps there is '
sign of either
uI ad itki4I1zu placed it U< inadel Is it better thatan'artful pro- no deeror ly the whole of the Patriots; tothe 'numberotbetwcenjw6and dary! lio?, bave concluded,their dutes/; 'a nd ., itfa"" p"
piber agtbeflrsfwid
I sumptuous demagogue;>jrhom no one desires largo animals, and but fewbirds, ore ttfree returned to.,tb t.sTbBiiDgaT.CtiUr rroj..' -
at oJffjMBital' 1 the GeantoJ i? f ar not,!oithei hundred been : Votibla
out _. seeni i ,
lo come out,who honied words of reverence tier underilandithat
cut to pieces' tbe found lr1P
'British they
- J e4D0eAi. 'JOP .. T.!! e u,Ititit by troops. -' says left. JI.4t fl am
and re p enibrnlisivcly toaajt for .office. 15tb, Sent one -back' to fort . marked' =
Wai
., !.'1f f. ." any company + ') ,,4. very dwtinctly1 highlands at tbe'poi'whe'r ; Ht. Joha YaButeo,ldtti
1 .1tJJ.ijee.to! .. ,, I -O aT. The democratic' party at present in the ker and marched early with'the rest from tbeudlll1ddetermmcd pI'rsu4RIoR, ,Nov.18.- '.'itlw ,ae ridi,1de', Delwcetj ,tho"S! Iqr.Ir1'MLi 'Qf1; ii f.l "CJI

- ft .,1 0 ia] 1tl 0..aod manly United''States never start 'a' candidate for to.(oree a'ptksage'jf possibleto Tho steamboat Oneida just arrived brings) Lawrauce<*ndAlUntio; ocean ,. aDiLalht1ie lod Mr. FOibfMipe.
M'ri1\i MIl '1 high officowithont a convention 16 nominate.I the-.main i laudvfo'a N.-E..'dir etion. tbe following sad.intelligence todItrberth of'St'J6bn\ ei. _
- r. lV' t'f .pll" aPlitll, ii '' odl river tremefy ,The .p h,. a_' ".
.J._. f'.JJ".PthM !: !P.' !.4'J.t.Pfl The state, rights" Jeffcrson'ran I parly: everywhere !'For\11-and a halfbo6r we bngled'ifitbugh On,Friday; thb'; 6tbiaatt kneitiPatriote: .a,{ ,\motmtamdu.lThe ebunlfy where to .wi in the 'of bf:1.f .
act:by.regular popular,eoiain&tionsv. mod anffwaler\ ,soraeriihe* entangled ifr vines Wind MillPo&U i IrkdIide **i- -' '
f. _. _, zikio : wf re ttftfc feed bra biwt '100( 1nottdTeIn&ath1 ; ,has ., at'tbTnnal
I : .rf4 "l to C.' k)1t' : :at.pt The nominees are informed by letterof:&owbbeiofthbirfcUowvohtens :! brJarf;and''.hicke srandivarnetirneVfn'ofuin ope Britiib/ddilund, ;i and 14Ivind .t i been represented an&beUee4.b3maiiy! ;b t finlk bljhJir..was 8 .Ma nDl
< Is this *nah pond and pranns; at times wo'Vere''bejbredtprovisfen | '. I liei/ln 'thiUMaIfl1'uddjyijn
iheB"tiah-pholed;a beavyj battery. withtr
-.w m. ,tdl'- k :; n highland, bar m complian JfrI
"t orship/-'! ? *(l bsc-v -3 n-'* **'&, r.v .were ..),'exha'aUd an4)i 150 or' 00'rods of the'MiUv4Qd;ford witi !cbirespondipg to flWlerntsTtf tbcf:,treat/pfj CT _i"'pr.i.'ii "1.,f *'.oiS hVe .
.
b'. u i 1Qt tC'.f" t ct(41t62Iz eJi1ct as' it is,<'A!poetry, w..TOO inWildemcw.aukfto fm i d,ol; b'ut sucb effect thaUhelr ;bUli rawttti : 17S /oicr aJ*/Co* y'V I.qo =I@ .o A ; Dt 1..n. "_f.'iI d

tikm wa i* M, tu E4A. :lEaMtfoot,* tosh jtr.srbere.wigelf..ieaetp; : 1 1lt .I..determined rwt to tow fetes tw&mtd; tbroagKM>olod bmlJiafet,. tliefifcbt'entirely fasted I -[t !' J -. _,_If.Jfjrom .'I.dl. A.bV'i bs4r #
U '.l.'TLI. -i.'iVIM J>- : *
J ;
i notorious (ToUwtaVtht '
It that Ukrtaoat1 '
*dj4d igar I ril p over *biiErpii &I more.Ujan.ian bqlJ""WMR : : '
I,., the rnb it'csumptdouo '_ .' d.S"...times I.ant amw cwire llfrc. I idJred1-to J\Jbm atab tIibt.jwi4. I ,,ty.J |tetOiM *- -I
.ii
ri-There-is; a-wide.diflerence-berireeti' eD aidig.j.; l look.oat.foi',. for. "4i r.uif.I\oel j _.buiDb: cil ht.41a.ki{Q e&iskSt ( 18SgStf1: P9s thtc and W dOTbtwbethiif

iiltn.J:5 : .io ./' ODitaSIDb'recd aW3tnirs tthwathlCedt4aeiD4lie pri.ad ? ? Yajo Y 3. d ; msmIeiIore pIn4.I '

'itk geeb1oas., or '.. hi Kingston boWd
p jlo* Hba-.
.tI' ... : t9ri ...-iimrnc1adeith .aoterittW. : Iqty'.r""I .d",', kliUaol*;..I.11"ftl/iJ. 3QjJ rakj6x I
: 'ti b.1 !
Wr.f ( '
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&b'lb exception that she has two smoke i U Abdel.Kader. wao:ii now uniting scattered -=-- A -

Pi' *'the.aides are n relieved by !hwiie'ttrk I forces of aU the population's of the ancient I FtrSoie. r FOR'NEW ORLEANS.ril .- ;1 tN .,

ikbfthoUrterfand ,tha( .he ha, regency of Al iera. Ha traverses the ,A Handsome light CARRUOE. .It.cUr bearraajrtdai { Th2Ns Tl ts IX.W.ska tAu da ,I ahallapplJ to tt s Hoa:

three & SWe; took* tirw i of L ..pam u.Buggy or two HtMU .. ctnt fisr &.ibwtvFerftikt -Ute 4odft of the Cotuuy Court of Leon Con i
only !t a bait. ] country in all directions by the yataganof Baroacbe. *._ ., p. '," .
tjfor'tse of admraktraiion
on $* iQ't
k<_- a 'jpttle, e/f
thU reast
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hernb mbrttjBgan his executioners ensures abmi3Sm. Also two Gae DRAUGHT BORSJs.Enqv.a& pam&at ". David B. UaComb,dcceasedcUiminf; the same ; ;

say that His verj,"eatl, furnished.; The Toulonnais published the 'annexedlist lb.o8ioe.r I Ken ft?KtAnj T11wii.,to TippJy th* CaptaJn'to '. io behalf of the United State of Asaericar-a,J lodge-, ir- it) j;

Wit i&debte44o oar esleemed.1 friendB. vessels despatched f.om&be:: ,' harbor T RECEIVER NOTICE.,' r ., board or to L. A.'Madden isiSt.MariW.! n meal e/editor:of said deceased.. n 1 .J.'W'.' .,J .tr .

: B. Thatcher E qrfcr.London, papers to Tonlon to' the const of Mexico/m, the TRE.ubaerilo r' having been duly 'appointed October n, 1838: It iIM .8AML1 SJ8IBLEY.I .- :;"' II" i..A'mtJmIl.n' -

the,4tb -&itTsInb&inc4vo. --t corvette Car vane. Fortune, nod Icdienne, tile COtIrt.of Chaneerj, Leon :.Y R.I4VERPOOLs M.' BILLJL ft CO. ,Have(jut reeetnd ". 1'
County; Middle District of Plorjd, in tile casefof ( ? a peraijg.asvgandrherarxlvassfl.eral ) 'j..we :
We Is "'indebted the .
I to the P.-rle vessels
art- consignees rorvrtttvnvljo bomb .Cy- Mary Center, .,Jminu'ratrix of fTm. Center vs aTuk, p.Ge-D"a.J., Hali. master sss rtment ofthe most alhlonabt.1tYfe tit btae, .. q'W" ".rt
Mew AbrahamBell U 4>"Cn. for Dublin pa. dope, Vulcain, Eclair, and.Yolcan; the ten- John B. Keen,hereby gives notice to all persons. read/to receive,ca/co 1st of black,'ro,,mind and fancy Cloths,Cassinrwfrs, 'Co..t..I..d.j. .

peri,.to the 3d of Not. and for Londoa of the der Expedition; the brig Voltigeur, EcNpSe, indebted to the late firm of Center and Keen, en r. Vinfieight apply to Vest!*.**, &r.which they would be pleased to makeup SALE'DAY3i-Wednosiara' fi48atmrd 7X'

latest 'datesi ". Dupelit Thonars Badine; and Zebre. Note, Bond, Book Account or otherwise that they ROBERT LYON. for their ctumers.' They having been.eted ,-
TbeJosa-] the are required to make immediate paynrent to the : 2 lll\hasss Odokr 27th; 1d38. 12 with great care from the latest New.York:Impor. AVCION.1cQItLL .
gretl fire in Liverpool it SPAIN. subscriber only-.and notice is also given to all per- I NEW unions, cannot fail to.pi- sac the must fastidious. ; be soUf id Ow" ljest.fci.Uer en Satur-
estimated. l20OOO-tbe amount insured The accounts from intimated a : FOR OHK. .'. REAllY MADE 'l'f Sth'da rie .
Spain possible snns whu nrn now, or was at the time of the deathof CLOTHING. day,
in the aevernl office, 119,500. accommodation by oetiapronme between \V. Center, in possession of any gooJs, wares, THE brig Nimrsd/ mithjr.master, is ready Superfine black biDe,.nnd fancy colored drab coats, Property" be1" ngiegtothe' (&Wailt .,

The Western L nary says that the rumors -.. the two 'cempt titor. for the crown. merchandize, notes, bonds, bo ks of account, or any receive cargo. For freight passage, Frocks'do.' de UO 1t:1.HAt'Ja.ntA- ..t.!. -
of divisions in the cabinet wore true. This is the wisest that can ba oilier prof ty whatsoever belonging io Ute said- apply} to the Master on board or. to R. LYON, Superfine Mae, black, brown, drab, and mixed T.Uah'lIee..Dte.-l -. ;
arrangement ; a
firm, tlml they forthwith deliver ?J c same to the Nov. 10.- -tf Tallahsnc. Oter-& Pilot cloth, do. Beaver do.Mohair do. Ad1nIsraiors'w 8aJ.e.' -
That Lord Glemlg resigned, and the resignation made, and the only one from which the unhappy undersigned obedience tl) the order of Cmm.Wlf. FOR Blanket do. WILL be sold to'tae highes bidde'Jo lai,

Wal accepted; that Lord Spencerand country can expect repose. H1LLLIRD; NEW YORK. I Fine Llak and:,. Punts, Pansy colored do. the 31st inst en PlanUtion Uloannf. the ,
THE Brig BIOHUIENO. Chase Buckskin L'kiid&Ribbcd do.Spangled Doraih kut Samuel H.Bodsoa aboct a m8.*ftomTaltJuhassee '
the Duke of Richmond were successively According to a letter of the 26th from Dec. 8, 1838-18 Receiver. 6 do.j
U. master. For freight or passage Common Cass.do of all colors, fine blue near Like Jackson,'8 males; lwalosand
offered the Colonial secretary' portfolio Cat ilonia, a column of 3000 queen's troops, IN' JUSl'ICtiS COURT, "Pl'lj to the. muster at St. Marks, or to and Fancy SUltinetl do. I hainesjr, 14 head.f eattto, 10 hp1 6QQ Babels of .
but both declined it; and that as yet no under Gen. Sebastian, arrived on the 15that : i Magnolia District, Leon County.-Jttacbmcn: Robert Lyon. Kentnrlry Jeans d>. con 15 stacks 4det l o CJU PISUZhS bititi

uecessor to Lord Gleuelg had been found. Conque, upon which the Carlist raised I for$50, issued 1st Dcemberl838. Nov 34th, 1838. ltf, I Double and single! breasted Cloth vest, Super- milIacshuasbeddinh,4e&c. .Azad.4744:

The London Morning Herald contraeicts the siege of Tremp'and retired on Orgagnaand Ahigjh"eturnable Hall 12i, \!January. Edward 1819.Scixas.tof/ustiee ByrdsCnnrt. FOR NEW YORK. fine do.black silk Velvet do. Plain black aid bine' Satin day r4llIo.l lit Jay.oc.l.lNUJ j" I' ,, ;

the that the had written the THE Brig WACULLA J. B. Ra- Fine figured do. fancy figured do. hojswe.TWENTYTHREE ff '
report Queen an autograph mountains of Tabin, where they -I.' t Co'orcd' Valentias NECROES
letter Lord Durham concealed their defendinU and all other interested in toooc, .roaster,will sail for tho above of superior quality Fancy. : ,:& y
requesting to artillery. THE Silk do.-do cloth Vel" t-Fair fancy Thibet,- and. about .n. -, .? & f
remain in the Canadas. It ays there was no P&RSIA.-The intelligence from Persia, received case, will take notice of the institution port oo the tOUi inst. For freight or colo-ed silk Velvet.-Fancy figured do.-superior SEVENTY BALES'COTTOKr '

foundation whatever for the report. during the additional ot the above suit hy attachment, and are required passage, having splendid accommodations qui! :y and 'latest style! rnt silk Velvet do. The negroes are 'acclimated.,anJ aceostomea to -
The London that week brings re to appear and plead to the same arcordinff to law. apply to tho Captain,or to A superior quality of:Ladies Cloth, Merino, field work Terms made known on day or 'safe.. I -
pipers state 1000 tons ports of holities between the English and the ABIGAil HALL A HOLT & MILLER. Thibet,and Damask Cloak By order of the tra&or. .- '

of potatoes bad lately been shipped from the Persians., It is stoted that the'declaration of TalLibaiite.Dec 5, 1838. Plain fT. St. Mark j. Dec. I. 1838. 2w Children German Jackets and Pants. TaU.llawe. Dee.7,1838: ,4-41-r. -

Thames for New York. % war by England again't the Scliah, has: 18-et. -TENDOLLARS REWARD. Merino Cravats, back:. Italian silk do, superfine -. '* R.HACKLEY.JnetionwrBB. ii.

It has been ascertained that the steam final been made and that the Marsbpl's Sale. twilled do. M I' JI :i'
alr.ady ; troops had lost--About 35 days sinc% A light Unncn .p1brLQi1: J
and sIHc:
Horse Pocket .3 ,1-
Northern Yacht is !ot. She was seen to set out from Aushire against Shires B v'rtoe of a writ of firri faciaf, issnrd out the of mare, about 5 years old, no particular Cotton and woolen shirts Handkerchief-and drawers. Cloth do. .-B..RKETT >(nativ. 'of,Vi.i ;
sink; and it is thnt all board the Superior Court of Leon County, mark. CHARLES BECKSTAN and graduate the
supposed on EBUPTION OF MOUNT ETNA.-Mount Etna Middle Rirhnrd K. Boys do ChiUransdo.Oakland' Mcdkal of Florida wherein
District Dec. 1-3t One mile West of Tti1lahee. of Oiiio ar well as the '
European
perished-twenty two in namber. according to a letter from Messina has: Call, Governor Florida, is plaintiff and Alexander *Philadelphia mado superfine Boots. ColJesfaof'
It i is rumored that the of Normady Duval of S. 8. PeUe NoUce. Fine silk Umbrellas. burgh, London and paris)having To'atcd? Ede"-j'
Marquis been in eruption during the whole of August Formy administrator at ofOriTICELLO Jefferson
is to be the Governor is defendant I have levied and shall sell at at the saks of the Estate of Negro clothing of all descriptions. county ( itIt.A
of Canada.A PUURCHASERS
The volcano emission: appeanl on the eastern' upon Bu of making.U a permanent residence) reapetfjVy
deceased notified IcIeI'slDperfine Philadelphia made fashionable
PoWic: of January are hereby -
Sale the 4th
on day .
terrible explosion had taken place in a side of the cone, on the summit of the grand the Friday Cesar, aged that their notes are'deposited in the Union B.ink Fur Hais. tenders bis proeuionatenicn to its.inhj1a1s .'j
coal pit at Lowcn near Whitehaven by and next following negroe,to wit: for collection. TOM Mens fine silk, woolen Merino and Cotton Ho and Ute adjacent country in the prank of.PJfyKf,* j
crater, the lava ran in a direct line towards I abnu n or 23 years; Chnrbtte, ascd about 16 PETES CHAIRE, S1l "

which forty of the workmen were killed. Cassa Inglese; but, when within th 1 years ; Doanna, ng d about 40, and her child Stephen Dec. 1-tf GREEN H. CHAIRES; siery.Linnrn Collars and Bosoms., I I Office cryand.Midwifery.at Mr. Bacons. ..j J

Two men and two boys were blown out o distance-of a gunshot of this place, changedits I about 10 months old. Executors. Broad Cloths Ca simerc ;tinetts and Vesunga November 3, 1838. 13.tf: -'. J

the mouth of the pit, like bullets from a gun course, and fell into tho Vat del Hove, Levied upon ns the property of the said S. S. HEW GOODS. of all descri OP". % 17 tf. Co-partnersbip. --- j
Pebble nnd be front of Courthousedoor :
p to sold in the I
Throe of them were not killed, although where, however, it did not great damage. between lejrnl hour. to satisfy said execution T UFo subscriber gives notice to hi. friends and PUBLIC SALES Io11n M. Bryant .Charles Muki, 1

severely wounded, but the fourth fell back ae-ording to law. SAM'L H.DU VAL, the public, that he has takwi the store on the or the United States IVunds in East ,, .having this day entered into .Co-pna rt feip : A
Messrs. Gamble Reid wherehe
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corner opposite under the firm of BRYANT.&NUITZ and having :
again down the shaft, and dashed In GOOD News. Dec. 3rd, 1838. Mnrsh.yL Florida deferred j
was At Cintinnatti for
-- on the has opened a fresh lot of good3, among which weeks. bought out the entire stock.ut trade of the 'b- 1
pieces. Thirty four of the men, who were ICth, there were forty two steamboats at the: Notice. may be found NOTICE is hereby trven'th..i the public'Sale late of F.Gerardin mot rrapietfully inform their '.

at the bottom, were found crushed together landing, of which twenty five were arrivals of; IN pursuance of a Decreed the Honorable the Sattinetts, Brown sheetings, ordered by Pro-.1amiltiln of the friends and the Public ia general,, hal.Oiwy-will .
\ in a mass horrible Superior Ceurt of L.'on Count, Middle Di President of the linited Sinus, catec! -14th Jnly,, continue to carry"'a thcWaicb Maldlsff'aJMt ]
Bleached
disfigured. do.
that day-many from up the river, laden to I tritt of Florida, I shall proceed to sell, as the guardian Fancy Prints, 1838, to be held at the Land Office at St. August Jewelry Business at the welL:lisaed'' :

THE STORM IN ENGLAND.The the guards with freight and passengers. Th of the infant heirs ofZ. C. Foil. deceased Furnitures, White Cambricks, line,Fiorid;", on Mondaythe liM day Novem. stand. They flatter.Lbemaelve* to etuarv* abate

city London was visited by a tremendous day previous it was calculated that three the f Ibllowing! described lands lying in said County) Col. do. French :Muslins, Fancy her next, is declared to be deferred until, and will I of public patronage by hidE own prompt atcanion1
thousand had arrived in the to wit The cast half of the north cast quarter of( commence on Monday, the TH1KD day of DE and by the assistance: of two expericnced'wovkmea! -j
storm the October persons Handkerchiefs
on night 28th city &c.
section lWcn y.oe ; the west] half of the north Vestings, CEMBER next : also that the public sale, ordered (rein the North. All Articles.lefl orTepurrwjt "
-the sumo having sw :pt the whole North I The stage of water in the Ohio is not mentioned west quarter of section twenty-two and the west ALSO by the same Proclamation, to be held at th?i John M. Bryant will he found at the :.. Es&blisament. I

era and Eastern coast of England with fear- but then must have been a consider- half of the south west quarter of section twenty Gents. fine Boots, Water proof same office on Monday, the nineteenth day of November JOHN:J. B&YiJ V ,i

ful violence. In London, rain fell without able rise. In a few days, we may expect to I two.Said neat, is dcferreJ until, and Will commenre CHA&iUl ,
intermission until witness, a similar scene at our Levee. The anlc to beat public out-cry before the Court- Do. Seal, do. Legaiter do. Calf on Monday, the sevmteetb d,'y of Bwembfr next. November 17th. 1838. '.*" ts> :
midnight, when the wind I house door, in the city ofTailall ss.e, on Saturday Biogans, Kid do. Calf shoes, Kid Given under my hand,at the Cit of Washing -
: increased to a furious gale, which at 2 river from this to Louisville is dotted with tile lh day of January 18W.SOLOMON. ton, this 11th djy October, 1818. DISSOLUTIONY; i'j'j
Do. Fine Seal
and Morocco HE
o'clock in_ the morning became a but rirane, steamboats and fiats, rapidly travelling to our G. BF.CKOM, pumps. M.VAi nUREN. Bin"41' the Co-partnenhip firm of HARLEY and ore esHfnff

and raged for four hours w.th; dreadful great Emporium. Dec. 8, 1B33.-Its ALSO By the President: >
fury. this
day dissolved by jnatual ;
.AD
_- __ ,_ Ladies fine boots JNO.)1. MOORE, ', consent.of .
,, Great numbers chimneys were blown down U--- : To be lUred Legaiter Acting commissioner of the Gene(LaDd Office said firm win be"settled by'W. P) GOR"A :
I -the lead -n coverings of roofs Married, THE negroes belonging to i he Estate of Drury Morocco and Prunello Bootees, I3-lf who is duly authorized to settle the sanest t :
were stripped
off and rollt-d On the 4th in si. by tho Rev. U.B.Ker, Mr. Jacob : ,'erra-sed. will: be hireJ to the high. Fine Red Morocco i P..ll_:HARLT?.
up like pappr-some roofs Hovrch, to Mrs.. Breil, both of thu city. est bidder, on Tuesday fie 1st day'of January slippers, and Notice. t: No,. 21 18.18-tf TFra. GORMAN.. t

giveaway under the weight chimneys falling .- next. Also on Monday, the 7th day of Jmuary, Kid shoes, Seal and Calf bootees. from, the vsubserihcr P. S. The business wftl be' contined at'the -old

on them-nnditithe out skirts of the DIED.At the Plantation will be rented to the highest bidder, Purchasers are respectfully solicited to call and STRAYED October-near Jtf"nlicello "land where a general n&Eoitnieaiof i Od.IJIa.beII

city many small ton<-mcnts were prostrated.Great Wirlland Jefferson cuunty, Florida on Sun. on the premises. examine the subscribers sock of goods as he in- ,__ a bay HORSE. -. The' only) /J .at all times.. WuuP. GORMAN.TALUABLfc .
numbrrs of the day mornine, tho lltli November, an the sixth year TOM PETER CII MitES, let.ds belling lew fur cash. JtesBBsasw marks recollected is a whAe spot on -- GtIPOaiFOitSALE. '
trees were torn up by of iiii age William Wirt GolcUboiough, only child GREEN H. CHAIRES A. B. CRANE. the left sbouMcr and bushy tail, it w sapWed aid J ,, :
roots, amljFIyde Park was completely strewed of Lieut. Louis M., of the U. t 3. tttvy, and Elza- Die. flth, 1S38. Executors. D.-C 1, 188. 18tE Horse wi'l mak. his w ay .into QcorgiV A liberal .. i'- : .

with limbs and branches. beth W.Guldsboruugh, and the only jjraudson of Notice. tALL Law Notice. rewotd will b-"gives to any person who s!lall deliver THAT Valuable Property sits ';.

The suburb villages Putney, Higligate the late Hon. William Wirt. H. DU VAL. him to me Talahi9sre! ; or 'any information at the South WesteorW4i. ;
nre hereby cautioned from trading Attorney at Law, will '-
Ho wa a child of remarkable intellectual do- persons THOS. respecting the same will be thankfully received.E. ingt.n square is offered at private'sle; ; TI ,
!in all th Courts
Hampstead, Kensington, Barnes, &c., uf- a ccriain note of hand for five hundred | s of fiddle Florid -
feted velopements, and sweet and noble dispositions. Hw and fifty dollar., given by the subscriber la Var- >. The drawing of Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, B.CUARK. I ITalla'lar.s"e. Buildings are nt present occupied by-frDqb
severely. The rxtf'nt of the damage Confectioner, Knowls & &otehin7aCbeWat&.
existence was u source of unclouded delight to his dic D. Causey or benrcr. Slid nUe was given fira and < then legal instruments promptly attendd to. NOT. 24th, 103 18 :: .
be inferred from the that I man Printing Office, the, U 8.,Quarter Master
three :
may fact parents Hill mn&lu lovo tlf gotxine& wo u ilroug, certain trac of land lying on the Ocilla livtr, in Office in the same room orcaj>i co'umns! of one oftho filled with his principles of action (even at this under the Union Bank. Geo. & E. Linenburgrrand J.A.BerUL pta&ia.
papers are early age) MI Jefferson county, Florida, dated sometime the lit v.ll. ATTORNEY AT LAW, The situation. business isvooe of tbii%
the details. firm cun cientivun, and imiuoveaWe, and hiM uiind of 183s. Novemb-r 28th 1838. 18 : awMt 4&gible
Numbers of persons were hurt, Augu t. payable the Ift of January next, : Tallahassee, Fla.JQILL in the City..A pply to ,WM.P. DUVALVNor.
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no bright and ,that hu drank
inquiring in knuwledge and signed by D.ivid E. M. Scottnssectiiitv. Tiente
aaotfle
very severely, but we believe that ANOFFEIt 10 14 | If iiuiaiactofDr.Cbatf.Bain.T .
: no -
the of practice in all the Courts of'jtfiddle
Heaven
Jive.vero intuitivelyan light daily viailcd hu was paid by me on the 26th dny of November ISHING to purchase a tat ger tract of I.ndt .
lost. young eyes and hu walked in the pall of truth l last before it became due, nnd not given un, aiid' 'V I offer lor srlc my plantation' six mile N E \f'I Florida. Office adjoining that of Leslie A.Thonps.'n I I. ,
Oa the river the damage was comparatively IIcl/.dtai 0/, anJ unvvavcruif rectitude, with a heroism will not again be paid by me unless comre led l"ycourw of Tallahassee oa thc Monncelio and Thomnsvile E.q. :: ljlTallallauee DE Co-nanneMJjJ ntlota'e.-qid.- ..
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light, owing to thc efficiency of the ai&d unkhaken dctermiualion of purpo..that f law. DAVID SCOTT. road, containing 640 acres, there are upwards of Female Sem \'. T the firm oTAFT.HOLT, &, COVat Su

moans employed (or securing the vessels would have dune honor to the) matures manhood, Dec. IS -18 _ 40% acres cleared ull within the last five and most : A permanent Female School will! be opened on Marks, is this day dissolved"! ly mutual consett.-
' &e. and which constantly excited ho admiring observation Administrator's Notice, in the last two or three years, I can with candor thejfirnt of January next in tho Academy ?\ thu All persons having accounts, .. with.aai4 .
and wonder of all whu knew him. hllllnrenlll pcr-ons tndelited to James L I'aiish, de pay th itfor fertility of soil, (being of a rich city, under the superintendence of Miss Pierce and are requested to settle them wuh C.;G- Holt and
The huricano was very severe all along felt Unit lAtj had little mure to do than vatck the ALL: late of Jefferson county arc hereby late) beau'y of situation, goodness of chQCOII.II. Miss Hart comprising instruction in all the d part- George Miller,of said firm, who are duly authorised

the Eastern coast. growth:% of ttai tweet bud uf promise, love and!hope called upon to make immediate payml'nl to the t>nl>- superiority of society in vicinity, it is surpassed menU of English Education ; aiao Ancient and to close the same. s S TAFT ,

At tiheerneMs, houses were unroofed. At tin piety his lore of God and holy things, was dis.! scrij! rand all nersons to whem the said de eas J by no plantation in Leon county. The fences arc Modern Languages Music and Drawing. > G GHOth', |.

Shoreliam a brig was driven on shore, and tinguuhed. He loved to 'hymn Uio praise of hi.I are iadebted, either oy open accounts notes or superior anJ the land clear of grass-Terms liberalfor TERMS. GEO:'iJILLEIL, "
Maker, and wai 011 era heard chauntjng them to judgements,will present the same properly vouched such land. JOHN S.TAYLOR. Tuition in English;S10JOO per quarter of 10 w'ftek St. Marks,September 82, 1838 -", 7-2n, .
many vessels were seen diiving past with hiiiiMlt in the eweet unmeasured cadences of Shou'd' hose indebted neglect to settle within a Tuakeana, Nov 30 1S38 16tf For those under ten years, 8JDO. THE Business will inafaturcbe carried oa under V

signals of Jig tree* flying, but no assistance i childhood-evidently shewing tliat he delighted llOna 'e time, they will find their papers in the To Planters.: : Language, each, 8,00 : the name of Holt Miller.. G G HOLT

could b' rendered them. At Ramspate the 1 in them. On Sabbath evening, too, be would hold la..nl1lof pro|>cr onice, an the iuhscilbrr is determined rHlH subscriber having determined to leave Drawning and Painting, QfiO .0 V GEOMILLEft; ,

. American brig Gand Turk, hound for New i a class of coloured youth ot all age., and impart to settle the csiat at m early a day as pos- JL the Territory of Florida! oders his plantation Payment half n advance. Nodce- -- -----i-,

Orleans in to them his knowledge-folding his arms solemnly, iMe. MAR.rINPALMER, Admin s'or on Apa'aebar.olanver.l eight miles below Chautahoochec REFERENCES. All persons interested in theesiate ot I. Gcr.ar-
ran to make
aground attempting and presiding with all the dignity of a young Dec.3, I 183 -3t ,formerly Me Vernon, contains 12 or Rihard Hayward, Esq, Gn.Thomas Brown, din deed .are notified that at the'Spring Term

1' a harbor at Broadsiairs, but was lightened priest -checking the least appearance of unbecoming Administrator Sale.fN 1300 acres, about 400 of which are in a high slate Francis Eppcs, Esq., R.J. Hackley Esq.. 1839, of Leon County Court the 'Administrator

, the next day, nnd got off, little damaged: levity in his pupils, and calling them to order r the first day of Janrarv next, the $Ubscrij cultivation, it stretches at least three miles on -_Tallahassee,Nov.17lh, 1838. 15 if' will file his final] accounts and make his settteffieat
'
, At day break a large vessel dismasted and with au unruffled gravity and composure ou his \ her, ns administrator of James L. Parish deceased the margin of the river of the richest canebrake.In NOTICE and pray a discharge as administrator according to .

;J on her beam end, for little while part-which was astonishing to those who beheld will offer fit public sale i-i Moniicollo,Jef-- pint fer/lity the land is not to be surpass d, LL claims \ law ;- -i.,* .* i .
was seen a A
turn. Ills death was not that of a child. Even fereou county several( valuable Negro Slaver, four if eq ul..l led in the territory ; on the premises is a persons having against tOe estate F.--GERARD N.
I drifted past, but the force of the wind soon after death was mastering the body, and its cold to five hundred btisbcls corn ; rodder, cattle and conulrtable! two story dwelling heuse, on a hcauti- sSA of Farquahar Macrae deceased, are hereby AdinV V of I. Gcrsrdin,deeeased.

I carried her out of sight. chills! aud dews were upon him his.wind retained hozs. household and kitchen rurn ilur.. (' ful site one mile from the river, containing six fireplaces required to present will them within the time prescribed Jnoe 21, 1838-mJ 4S .
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At BrUtel the tide rose two feet above iu consciousiieim, and he would auk, with perfect Conditions of sale, f.r the Negroes,one b,Ir cash a spacious passage and well ventilated with indebted by to or the they estate will beJ'reverbarred.make Those LAW V : rrr7 -
high water mark the houses in calmnesH *' Mother! where am I going?" When L and notes drawing interest from date witli'approved large windows with all necessary out buildings, a subscriber. payment, to ti e NOIC.k-

j the inundating told to Heaven, where God, and Jams Christ, and: endorsers, r:1Yat: the Union Bank of Florida good cotton gin and cotton screw, put up this month November 3 .. ,E. B. TABS, Adw'r.} WM.U.. BftOCKENBROUQH, Auo.nm :'
lower part of th. ('ity. A great number the Holy Angel. Mere, and where he would sing at six months-for the other articles, all sums 20 an excellent spring of water at a convenient distance 13.8.: 'ai Lawwill prank ia the eoust

cf vessels took shelter in the river, most ofthem thosts sweet hymns hu wan so fond of singing with dollars and under, cash-all sums over 20 dollars from the house with a good sprin honse. a hone For Sale. i of Fnnklin.Calbow1,W .Jacksoe/Oad "
I considerably damaged. bill mother, hu countenance would at once assume note. ,at 3 months with approve-l security and mill *ith Iron cogs, &c. A good bargain may be THAT Valuable LOT&'WAREHOUSE, ad- lea and Leon enuntieaand.the Court if;ApfwtbC

On the Great Western rail four of an expression of pUcid l sweetness and Heavenly drawing interest from date. MARTIN PALMER. had by earlir application and easy paynwts, may, the Store of Jl/essrs. Kerr&Kirksey. Residence.fpabcbi 1a.11: '..ITNov.
Way 1,2 and 3( credit without The "situation for business bat few 38. '
the tranquility; and with a voice and tone manifesting De-iB-3t years interest which surpassed by .I.11:1 ,,14-lT u ;.d..1
cars wore driven along the road by the will! co be,1Jle! purchaser to make payments on the in the city. The Lnt is 40 feet front on Manroe .
tae most his tale the will I *
perfect resignation to as of letters remaining in lira Post '
force of the wind LIST Office plal.latnn. "'1. TONEY. Street by 80 feet deep. The Warehouse ia CAUTION.fc
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two of which did feel
not stop of his Heavenly Father, ho w Mild ".. 11" TallahaMee the "
reply on 1st day of December, artcauuoned agalast. rjdrnf .
until Nov. 10th 1838 184t front by10 deep, new, and built of the best AfL persons for
had
they travelled 25 miles. When asked very
if he wish Heaven
did
not to go to and not before advertised: materials and in the most su'istanti&I! not of Land pvewby,me to Daryel Caza
rlt
Among the trees blown down in the storm I answered, uiihenilalingly, u YES !" No dread of Arnold, Dr. 8. R. Miner,Wm. Notice.t is well calculated for.* 'forge, heavy manner business ot gee, of Thomas-ccinty4ico.for one fiundredjfedsixty t

was the famous Ilerne the hunt r'aC oak," his transition to Eternity disturbed hi. last and Adams, Rev. M. Murat, Achillo, LL persons indebted to DANIEL' MeREANY may divided Dtotwocna"Cnip.Dt Stores. irn < .&ve'dollars,' dated thai IStb"ef Ocfober $lmt-
parting moments. T/tsugh/ perfectly ",e. if during the year 1836 and the firm of )"- sold payable thirty days after date : tie cansidart
as
in ;
Windsor Park, immortalized Sbak- Billingsuy, Jame. Monroe James previous to Saturday, 8th December; it will
by RAENY and
Au be fear atleaving L 11.\WES daring the 1837 and
approaching dtptuiurt, expressed no years for which the
Brady,Joseph R. Myern, Rev. E.H. on that day be offered at Auction. Ter ,b"ral} note waa given has tailed1;ItI4JA
'peare. the world bit after bidding his 33 arc notified that immediate payment must be '
; tendeily e4hird cash, the balance in and determined not to-pay n. 4 .a* 'r'4m VV
: Baldwin. H. D. John one two
The Queen dowager nnived at Gibraltar mother Good night and laying, / went te Mulryn, made to the subscriber who is 'duly authorized to wrth Dte.fts1. 'f _l eu; W3z1c4NiQr.
. Clark Richard G. IT. Nuttall, Mr. M. W. :s : ,: V
OQ the 14th of October, and was receivedwith tell aU tht family good night !" he gradually sunk; Cystic,, Miss Jane Oliver, Miss Sarah A. receive Dec. 1 the, 1838trEXPAR1'E same. FRANCIS HA WlS. 'Appl, to WELLFORD. .j Tallahissve 1 ,November 3. 1838. ". .' 1
to sleep gently in tale arms of Jesus; and, to the Tallahassee,Nov.8Uh -- F.GEI&BDI1U
honor She .1838. t6-3w
royal embarked Castln Pickard S. ,
again on I George :, '
ey, of Faith, this lovely, and extraordinary child,. .-, & DMINI a.\TO of tha
the 18b, for Malta. I Clark, E. B. Pitman,James J. j Roti e. ealJ.5' oTqmv- .r
is now a bright Angel in a higher sphere!. Caroline Adams petition )S Leon County couit. Puwuance of ; 50 din, bavin* sold out the aniirtTAtockiA; tjPl.
Parliament elands the 4th of I Dorsey, Mrs, Parker, Mi ias Cordela IN an Order of the// Judge ef
prorogued to for Dower.
J to Messrs;Bryant and Noitz;wha will
County Court cbaUwfjal
Ship Dennis, Green R. 2 Fendarves, Mrs. Ann on thopetition of the heir;
December, on which day it was supponed I NEWS. Dioyer, Thomas Ponder, J.,[colored man]]I NOTICE is henibghrcn of'the film- of said ofWilloughby WhUtharst, dea., I,'as Guardian the old Stand, respectfully iniormi att those pentec
the houses would moet (or the despatch olbuaia. r Port of Si JOorluArrived. Elliot Joseph Pcpin, Lieut. F 3 for dower in the estate of.John J. for the inlant heir*, and as Attorney COI"M.icajlih' who have any watehta jewelry 1ell 'for repair ': '

& Fancher,Wifliam 2 Ryan, Joseph Adams,dec. and that the same will be.heard and Whit ehurst,of full age, one of said heirs shall sell. that they wlH find '4bm'bcaVatthei: ,

Louis Napoleon was in London stayingtt Brig Wakulla. Baitoone, Mobile, in ballast.Schr. Fannllemy,Tbos.W. 3 Rankin,Mm. Mary determined at the next M arch"Term of* said) Court; at pablic out cry,before thxiCoBrt Hou.dr, in plaee;,where also all those who hjve.HreicitojKt- )

Fenton's Laura, Alltu, Charleston,md seto sundries.SJir. Gavin.Ibraham T. Ragland, L. G. according to law. the City ,of Tallahassee, on SATURDAY,.the tie will ptee1pp.PUdin. who.in .
Hotel. .
FocomackThompson,Baltimore, mdM tM. I Goodsoo Lewis E. Rhodes- Mrs. N. < Novomler22dIS38. J6-4 29th day DECEMBER next the ihlbmlnf dVs- c.utizm.t.cephiaoU.sthers, ''IiX'
The packet ship Wellington arrived out L .C. ,& Francis 2 Roberta, Nathaniel Land and Lots For Sale. cribed LNDS The' ) eDit half' of, the soatn-we _NoMmdar 83ta '1838. 2 6 t J Iz 1

on the 29th October, in 17 days. Joilh.Ieared, Haves, William D. Shepherd, Mrs Pency /f\N, the first day of Jinntrynext,"(aader and quarter the west half ot the south-east quarter,: -. 'D VID., .S W ,-; .
Lady Ruasel, died at Brighton on the 2d I Ship Mary Frances Westcrvelt. NY. 683 baits Hall Miw a A. Ravage Mrs M. W. \li4 ia virtaeofa decree of the Ho, the County timawest half efthannrth.eastqnaner5. and, the '. .)iI-"t.
instant cation; brigs John Gilpin, Baker, 374 bales cotton; Hart James Starena, John R., Court!Leon CoUnty) I hall offer for sale in front Least half of the north *cn quarter of Section ain ATTRNEADWG '"" .
a/ day* after accouchement. Sterling Mandoiel,NY, 67, fet live oak Umber Hall, Mia. 1L A. Saxon,Rer. Heflry of the Court Houaatloar b the city.of Tallahassee, 'Township oie,Range one, north and,, west i ;WILL practice i in the Courtisf.k.open.'a* ..
The steam ship Royal William arrived at I for the Navy Yard! at Brooklyn, NY; sc r. Johoson Young Smith, Peter the following described property,to wit: tho north: tabling 8SM acres, M the.come mon or lesa'Tne' .of Florida. fl:0ofEc: 'ia.tK'4sfifbQttitat. rijriU '

Liverpool the 5th November. She left L Van Buren, Babcock, Ii.O. 177 bales cotton, and I Jobo.ooMn..M. Strong,Wm. R. out quarter 'of sectiba eight in Township one, Land will be sold for 'on -rounh'or.,the, purchase', :overJ B. Ball's store,\--t "

New York oo the 20th of October. 175 thousand cigars; stcamerNewCude, Carrie. Jones Richard Simpson,Tuomai Ran e two north and east, containing 160 8T- money twelve 'paid down, and tile residue payable ia :,_J wys. WfQu1rd.1'.. -i months from the "
NOrlaana via St. and Pensacola. '- W. 100 otis acre'the west halt of the day ofaaleCcaA,conYey* '
Tbe Kimberly, Henry Shine, B. A' south-fast : V ., .
packet Ship Sheffield was to sail on I I ance will be made ; $ a
.h quarter el section eight inxtownship aonlror ore Ian&1hhpmrcbaser' hoI 'Ne.ailArdze J
It I King, isaacThoatpson,John ens, .
, the 3rd from Liverpool!, with a number of the VolBable, for Ir- Lee, Es,.Francis P. t Water, Mrs. Fnkey range two, eU\'contaift ng'80 acres and. 18-100 taking from him'a.jnot aMtil &JW..ith j him 'S I shall appl I ,10't'

Liverpool' passenger*; THE Plaotauoa 04 which the laic Baker John Lynn'William Wffli*,Jonathan I stan acre; the west half of the south-west quarter bond to'. -aecu\'ll' u Judge of ,CoMtty CourotJeffLn.. :
The LGtdQpTiI12U.Othe resided,situated 2| mile.N.X- of Tlhuhaasee ; 'Waller : section nine.In township o.e.nor1h of two ,'. 110 NlYJI. I ,h'."ro"IetUI'I"CllI4WiiIi' oa'tsof':
lit of Norernbersjrv"ibectAbte Little;Gray Benjamin, rtnge r .
trade contuining 9 CO'.acre of land,one buadnd Laokberk, Mn. Lydia Williams,Seaborn east'eentainini 80 acres and 9 100 of an acrei as Gulrtian f-w?the."iQf'&n :.bil .bT icl Matbews..1ai6 W Q.ntYdeeM-r ': ,
KJddermtnittcr and sixty of which are cleared. There has been also the fcUowmg described LOTS {n The County WbitahnMindiA1iertk: : 1 boa ,; !c t Y -

We&rs1 'roostt promising i aspect t."C I rI lately erected a flaw dwelling house,with bcuuitjrtaWe McDonnel MUebelf, ,IK.Archabald Jeaae.W.I 3 William Welch Alexander, Henry quarter section of Land_tt the Coontv of Leon,and h .. j.

American' 'mercaant baring made, large rooms and passage first, new screw, 4u&Tbls MoorWIII .O t Weodnfl;JosephPersooj' t Jcjown M:.Lou.Bmb '."44,::ffd, amT tft.Theahoy .- Nor,2lat, 1838. 16-dat F ...
purchases.of carpet- The bonn trade ia also land has produced on yea ground ODOI : jKjIngportion'the.1; rl estate-:of :
i ouu'V
I thousand wekbt of eottoo to_ IM acre. A credit calling for1 tin above" letter will pluasesar Dan 1'rairst,deceased tad sold by ord t of court ,
good until 1843 will be given on lbS greater part of the- ..tb y are tdvrrttoed.tDoe. > rot tlit benefit;of the bdra"adtss. t. )eprtscnt.i.lives c ': ; I 104baiuSzeetlstd

J-lfor. 8.-Money continue; !tol purchase mouey. Apply to 1.'O.SEARCYP.M.. -- of said estate, and by ''permission :pr the;.adninistratrue. -.. 'a ra j .i4 .1..r

er&bly easy ,and, although tbo much_ increased J. R. DORSEY, .. 8-18 : MARY r.ros-r-ddm'txi;,-,' t ," w 4 1 ,
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J .
B. W. JOHN N. ,
or $ ", .. :7.1.; fl4cktEY.ud1oo,9V i 5 .'
advance here ,
iD.the prictr of ivbe*i If not sold att. >rivnte sale, 'it will be ofisrrd atpvblio Linrtnereatp : i1s.i J .0..' "W\'. '.'}r.ai Ki $ <
will nioii 'rfca.Yoietpi wtfeat) and auctiAn; In baaee,.on: Balardaj,"the ,B. HE Law Part tribip herttbfore elating be- -c ...t ,rp.I. ..m.- -!' .. .
'
other grainLt5'botmpfrted 'io 'son&! cpt 4t .Itb day of January''next. 'I _I_ tWeen Wr.'P.DUV4L'tad the Honorable ; .- t ..
UAP C: ALL N>* been diwohaf' the .DIJ $upgW C-Mi4ld1it ,
fable extent1*s'* n3ircod,1 calo ofduty t ,apa Lz&idau* Negroes for Sole. by ,
thus i iJ rth'ixcbiea: upoILconiinc t) tll grfot,aalmj tractofimud! iozhecntf of apbttmcflCdt tbitC 1Tt&J11tst tIfi Qt1aUr .f ;; ; ) :Jas.II 'P1 j ;z I ic,will bedoss __& _
Jt4te of rQcoM : :
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contauuD& .m. rcs'hdJohiIn. thMr uNilIi tt.ll I .
Fsdi4irl I .
Tbom (omrl'1.. I
t agaiojt ,this : tho coatia* Woi' ,
country, wP'OUVg4k, WOcKEf1u' r
:ea ( RJ,Hilk..ana 'Mr, W loQ. -- -. ? ,".., -.- 'laChan-r .a ..' I usmnc'sa,with a 1cmr to pcam' so reeIn
edimpom iboofbuHioa'from;the Um&d aiad'lft likely riqroer.-terou'ko.ap-; w 3d ua
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yowtg C.C. WiW te>vJoaAUbda: "tf.--g1( I
State will, lo'V MvWilM ':; th t U Mr.'H.; B.HicM orEdwia, IK Uf whaareJti.kulhoritcd pijcof1ai' 1bi D J..1d I eery.: ,
.
terrail these operations for f hndlUt lapf&Hof Uu iiprj;infB d J f2 \\fr\'t i C t
; W. Jir. N the o ,JPI .rJ.tM above '9THP"Prjiatov'ofIOW'Tii
Wellioftoa and Wubingtoti fatroto .Meubt marie coorcyaocos. Thontaf 1 1tt !"tAI_ M 'W hh&DraIWtbp1ht1te Vs tMi1i$
;
ojeresiding on the premise will ihew the above' 11ng
tiajichiefly ebBatryf.1L1--'f' na 1 Ba Cftl ]c& tr r o lM ,. 9 r&Me3tfc1
l property 'l gnrcag. i- t, : .dt mTI *
m 'Of.I..I"Jo" t .' fl i7JPeIt4tJQO sac (
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Tre, has brougbt'" awfcffirWiw.n't 1 .< 4'. .Oci.: ,.838..f" .n -.. .,1.. ,, a433tC.rmjcc ro''JIJ 'rl1im r WrJ, t "_! '

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r tJ': p :.A"; ". .!. W.lice*.' NOTICE. 'I I : ..3iPO&TRAI- P mNTlNG.4.P..cOPKAN .;fteJJ.:: or iftrt.etJ(whaterer rom ra? *!_J They pont(1I are plnti rlymp U i. _l r5 !
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.'.. : A:4N8TcL._- A'LLth. JebtlMt to the *-Ue of T.:Gi ,. .. iJnat.1t IocstehI4?iniP.Lth S AtLPrOT' i. t.iMtat.vfBaUiA tU rlftttoof'wfck*;thottjtt long kikT0ti1 J eeraI : m

; will pleate make immediate Mmti.i nOrheJ.. .city t.rig the Pall *ndtW1kte; Cbatnlll.1I4i aN HdW tISLamS"thorion. J_fflW4ceatIy I." I.. .
.gIX.a8et" made dai1Dl
' t; erill be i indulgence can be given.i ." < hopes that thott who nir vtak to.jpfcUfeWuWTieea )- .' be made, aad all pereofte Jt&TUIags4risttb.stme nueevikal cbtmku,ar.oJ'oitth! nftkao"la the S. '
rt' iimetla'i
ooiitJ.-rt_. for letter DERjRDI at. ctWti priiSot the tel l.Wb to medical 1 ftKficK ..and were ) *
FREDERICK, w8l.call taaedittefv' b* won, OT .:.mrtmriil from administrate ,
ike of estate S \ '
( the NOV. nth isgs. 1 i-11 Arademrvbcre they mayalM see aneeimena of *tlt ticated within the time preeenbed natal before administeredinfo happily1. cflkaciouseombintieii 5
Dcraat & &
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.' '. -" PUBLIC his pa1fttipp.Tallahassee.. ._ .1- < Jaw; In ue ofiiy at.enes 60Ia totm! or eona',, a ;< *> L -
:'" r' 13m. ._ NOTICE..A.T Noy.' J7, 18*&.iru," 's the me can be left with L. A.Th Hm or J.D.. !Their first opcnti. it la I Gmt Ii-na the roatsof 5 ., ;j.s
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:, ..: OT1C.. meeting of the BvanLof Dtrerlori of the 'f. Westeoti Jr. Fqr' JOS. CUMRE. the stomach sniboweb,the varitiui impurities' .

f 'SIX: 'bonlbtftUrdaUk.appliratton will be made I Lake Wimico, and St.Joeeoit Canal and Rail :Subscriber: Receiver'! ri *N0Uce.appoiated flies .QuIindExcettor; *nd erm lilies tonsfl atly..ulin .aroQnd them; und .

1 tbe ounty court of Lena county for letters Itoad mpanyn itwasRe.tedTkatewIogto THE ol the Court i llt of the JTiddle October 13.S '1838. S .1I-3m to remove the hardened farrs which collect in he &, 'S-

. of Au n. hwles. E. P. GRANT President ofthki Board of Director wifel I Wave
Adm'r. Eaq. Company the M. A. .Jrmistead hereby gives n6t IIC* persons having demands against Christopher -.in"only paniajlyel.nse these,'.fal such
June.-- t are placed in a situation which in their indebted lathe lute firms of L. & M.4. Jravslead, AU.rrJIG.II Jefferwn will Collected mnsMxs behind, as to pr.l' habitual

43mGNOTICE opininu rrqotres an Kztra Meeting of the Stockholders and L tf HA .innmead k Co, on note, bond. Smith them dee.lled.lat.allotted to the Administrator County <-ostiven!s.-, with all its train of eiK or sudden di- S

: month date tbe will of.aid Company. Therefore or book account, or for rent, or ol\herwille-th, render duly Ibo .rrhaeft, with iu imminent dangers* The eernrid
after subscriber apply indebted to tame will make .
all YEGEmI:5
And
IF SIX the Honorable Conn Lbs Resolved That llaerwidenl, pro tern, bo re in obedience m the expres decree of the Court persons Admini..tntor. effect of the Vegetable Life Pills is t e1enJe the kidneys
for paid
,:, oT Gadaden,for!leave to County her county and quested call a meeting of the Stockholders, to be all debts unpaid will be rorthwilh'pot in 'suit i al payment, to the C. \Y. DIWITT Adm'r. and the bladder aud by ibis means, the liver ;

f" vouchers and for prmrant final aoeoants held in this place on the third Monday in DecemberIn ih:s next term of the proper court. He frill end ind the lungs th-5 healthy. .action.of whi f'b entirely .
a from the H w
discharge 1C38. -
pray a list of debt due in Gadsden County in a few October, depend upon the regularity oi tne uniary organs. -.; '
administratorship ofllie estate of the I late Doct. no.beet The bled which takes its red eftlowr from the. AVING stood the test f.commendrdioibe titW "
H. Wileon. In pursuance of the foregoing resolutions, the days t'> Isaac R Harris Esq Q.nmcy to whom TIN WARE. geaev _.
HARRIET WILSON, Stockholders in the Lake Wimico and St. Joseph payment may be .mad; all ott.r. musicallupea subscriber continues to oa the man. of the liver a"dhe lump before U passes Into pollie 'as !

f Admin' with will anexed Canal and Rail Road Compsny are requested to thc subscriber at bis office inTalln'-assee. THE of'Tin Ware and carry will at all times the heart being thus' purified by thm,and noorsh- pcrior to a ay.combination omedjej :
t By her Attorny. JOSEPH McBRIDE. (13-6m) ed food eomi mafJean to the American people. The
meet at their office in St. Joseph on the third JAMES A DERT//ELOT Rec'r. have hand either at who by sfr Homarh courses pi fi
} MoaticeIld.Sept.8.1838. 5-6- the of December next. JIII,26,1B:1S'51.tf on a general assortment, freely through the viene, renews evny part of the pills, bein r a rejoJar bred Pbyi
!; .Monday, ( I7tb day) sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as can be soldin his,wnfm on
Colon and triumphantly mount the tanner of practiced extensively
Bank of
system
Florida. F.. J. II A RD1N, President protem.St. lfoUee.I Southern, market,deliverable at store in
any my diffe.ent is
climates enabled
ORDERED by the Board or Directors that Joseph. Fla.Oct. 15th, 1838._ 1. JESSE S. RUSSLL is my authoritedagent Tallabeasee.VM.. H. FRANCIS. health in the brooming cheek. IB jntald tnof tefejg ..
for tbi transaction of in I The following are among the distressing vnnefv led medicine,on the elects Sis
business while I absent from the T.rriulry. GC..w. i
Reward am P. 8. workman
Twenty-Five Dollars Hating now an experienced lisk .
:
future be from 10 o'clock I human diseases to which the Vegetable Life Fills willing hi'rlotatioa. .
ft.m. until S o'clock m. JAB. .
p. my Plantation on Miccosu- T. IiPSCOMB.Augtnt all articles will% be made to order in the above line, .
June 9 44 JOHN RANAwAYfrom are well known tt,be infallible : Hcdoesnotpretea'I' tlut they '$ I
PARK HILL. Cash'rMY I 5 1F33. l-ll ire
inst., a negro fellow TOM, and all Job work done without delay either in t hi. cure,or even beneficial.is ,,
? ecus Robert Gamble Jr. and John a bright mulatto about six fret high,'35 years of I DENTISTRY. tinware sheeliron business. W. II. F., DYSPEPSIA,by.thoribshly cleansing the first be most firmlybelievrelbat in every alfdbiTortbanie f t 'lit

Gamble jr. and my friend John age, well known about Tallahassee, St. Mai ks and I 1lF subscriber respectfully informs the citizens Jan.6. 1838.' 2'.l-tf and second stomachs; and creaflnf a flow of pure fOr an arertentmedicine ia

'. ParUtill EtXf. are my agents, and will attend : dh11 Point. The above reward will be given for T Middle Florida, and other, that lie 'has HOUCK'8 PANACEA. heilihy bile, instead of the stale and acrkl kind ;-' will be funnd lar superior to ..,-.f

to my business. during my absence from the Terri i the delivery of said boy on my Plantation.Nv. permanently located himself Tallahassee fur them .A FRESH supply of the above valuable medicine Flatulency Palpitation of the heart,tons of appetite purgative mdicines which are so naci illloet.
; lory. JOHN r.. GAMBLE. : lO-14-tf| (JEO.W. DANIHLS, t. Heart-barn and Headache Reatle neu. Ill- b J'lWIt
I aD' i.4 praCtice Dental Sorgerl' His practice will extend just received. For sale by I public print aa pirifiers of,th. biood,' '
e i BAGGiNG fcROPE.JO to the adjoining counties Gadwlen,Jefferson STEWART & BARNAHD. temper, Anxiety,Langour and Melancholy which taken 'nerordwa, to tbe dJrectica>'CC aaijga.? w
DB. M. RANDOLPH are the general tympton Dyspepsia, will vanish ..
21 1CZYotlee I them braefietel
May 1 they are highly ia
I' / pieces ben Dundee Ua ging. and Thoma", Georgia. natural the PrjMMM
located : its cv're.
himselfin Tallalmssee.! & as a consequenceof Costiveness, i
HAYING professional services te thr public AO coils Bale Rope, good quality.fiO Office at the City Hotel. ", by cleansing the whole I leneth of the intestine with and cure Bilious. Fever*, Fercriiw..

He it to be found at'the office of Dr. J. H. Ran hanks Bagging Twine, \V.CROSS, Dcntwt.. THE Snbscrib/rgivesnotice to his friends and to a solvent process,and without violence; all violent Uiapf'psla, Liver Complaint*, SkV
Just reccr/id and tor snleCheap. 1838 Q-" pnhlic in general, that he has "'p'ntd an
September 27th.
doph.! on Monroe Street. ENGRAVING COPPERPLATE PRINTIAG purges leave the bowel costive .within two days ache, Jaundice, Asthma, Dropsy.
Mt.yG UI. BENJAMIN BYtD. LAND FUR SALE.I <$ iarrlioea and Cholera,by removing the sharp acrid liam of the
Office in the of Enlargement apices ,
Magnolia October 2 Ith, 1KW. 12-Sw! I Town Quincy, Gadsden County .fluid which ,.
these
I. Notice. will sell my tract of Land cunii'ling of 320! wh.-rc all orders will be executed with the b/ erttpbinfe are occasioned, Cholic Femnle Obslrucliooe' J1
a-
g'eatestcare ,
. subscriber SALE OF NEGROES. and by promoting the lubrieative secretion of the ,
THE will continue regnlatJy: to run acres, 170 in a high state of cultivation wnb and Bank Note ;
i horse Stage from duincy to Chsttahoo WILL be sold at public sale to the highest biddtr food gin bouse, and screw, a sufficiency of negro voice,Bills despatchcomprising: of Lading,Maps,Charts,Mercantile platesIn and mucus membrane. Fevers i>f all :kinds by restoring Nausea Forrtd Tongue, Iislens 'aI''

I ., which will always leave immediately after on Friday the 4th day January, 1839, at the I late cal i"ts. and provisions rnoogb to supply the plantation Vixiting Cards,k c.-&f- the blood to a regular circulation through the process Siomarb and Bowels, Incipient D.. 1i.

I} the arrival of the mail from Tallahassee. He at : residence of N. B. Folsom, deceased of Jefferson the firrt year. The land is 'tnafed 8 nuje Also,Copper Plate Printing executed with neat- perspiration in some ease,and th-s thorough Flatulence, Habitual 1ftivene'.ti tf

also prepared to run a (bur horse Coach, whr.nenr't. county, THIRTEEN likely young NEGROES from TnllaliBsse,-nn the Micasuker road and adjoiring fleas and despatch-Silver plate of description solution of all intestinal obstructions in others. appetite. Blotched or Sallow ; "
number of such so thereof ball be Mr. Lirimcr ard every The LIFE PILLS have been k own U Care rhepmatism Cotpiii
passengers are as the tw o horse or anany sudicicnt to pay the others. Immedhte posse neatly engraved and repaired.
'tal' cannot conveniently He debts and I will be Duval permanently in three weeks,and Goat in and ta all caws of Totpor of lie Bo4j.
t carry. will ahn con. just expenses againn the estate of the ron given. For terms apply to ana THOS. M. STRATION.
I tinue to run a four horse coach from Quincy to .aid N. Folsomdeceased.. Sale for Cash.EBENEZER Hu-chins, TallahasseeB.A.. CIIAPPEL. O.'iincyJuly25838 51-tf half that time by removing local inflammation from where a carthartic or an iipervor u na&4

: Bainbridge nt which place it will meet the line of FOLSOM, Adrnr. Jan. 6. 1838. 22-tf __u the muscles and"ligaments of the joints. Dropsiesof They are exceedingly mild IB their nperaliaaLMf

It Stages from Mobile to Au !.ta. Passngfrs take Nov. 17t> 1838. 15-ts PKNSACOLA MANSION HOUSET all kinds, hy freeing and strengtbenin* the kid. ducin* neither nausea, gnpinr nor deUttj' 1- >
5 TAKEN UP
iag their seats Tallahassee will have the preference Leather NEW CITY OF PENJ ACOI.A. nies and bladder; they operate most delightfully Wherever these Pills have been ence iet. .
, over all othen Lime, and Hair. ETA small bal nor SE.supposed lobe 6 years on these important organs, aid hence have into
except those coming on in the Subscribers subscriber having purcliased the ] ever a family..the beer SAC a i standing ftIIiiir..
and

t main liae from Mobile to Jlujiista. THE have constantly on hand a old, no particular mark ; the owner can hare him THE of this well known ras been found a certain rcm-dy Air the worst f B CS of are called for again and again,wprnol is .

I The stage will leave Tallahassee every other d"v for Gin Dands//amejs assortment ofLI-A: TH ER.so i table by applying to the Overseer on my plantation and from Mr. Tay'pr, the late proprietor,cstaWishment will be GraveL Also, Worms, by dislodging from the their good qualitief- c .

' at thru o'clock A. M. and arrive at Bainbridce III Shoes, &c. Also Carriage Tops, Boo's and paying for this advertisement. to receive vi.i'ort by the let of April next. ready turnings of the bowels the slimy matter to which Perhaps no article of the kind has ever .e
a
I 3 o'clock P. M.; And returning will leave constant supply of LIME and i THOS. B. WINN. these erenture adhere; Asthma and Coatemptkm, feted the
Bain to
HAIR for Plasterin-: Numerous and costly improvements b, found publie, supported lesthncaUJs ef i
.11 ,
nrhirh
of .
i. they nfTrtr. I
I bride the by relieving tit* air vrficls of the '
next -- --- -- October 27lh tangs from
1838. the
morning 4. o'clock.
at
( 12 character so decisive from ..icu.It
low in the and ,
forcasli or in cxcliince for hides,at their Tan _ arrangements accommodations of the mucn which colds ,
will
-__JOHN M. YARN.rent.. Yard. BROWN &.GALURA1TH. CommiMion House, New Orleans. Man-ion House. New and more eommodioara Ba- if evens'ight occasion which rr tltat Las given mere universal sat..:
not removed becomes hardened
.ft'OUee.---' tninz Houses will be built and and prrdaesScortwit'c They bnve the testimony of the who!. BMcWpfoesmon
:Tallahassee, ing 11th, 1833. I-if LONG & GUIVOT, warm baths will be those dreadful distu Ulcers
THE Co-partnership heretof existing under established themselves nt New Orleans providec at all hours. stable will be attached te 8cvrty. which aDd I. in their liver,while not a siageeratill
Sires
nter-tte the
firm of LED WITH&TILLING riA ST JOHN C. JACOBI, HAVE transaction of Commission Business, the House with good accommodation for laor and Lire Pills give,14 by the blond perfect aDd purity all the bumcirs'these consequences or iacScieacy can be afldgi4against
.
wzsdissol'rodbyniutual consent on the 15th of carriages. First rate horses ftnd carriages ; them.Hundred .
FIRST PREMIUM and solicit the of their friend and the will br
patronage ar.d bad
Eruptions,
Jane last. All persons who hare claims against Cabinet Chair & Sofa Maker, public to which they pledge their best services. also ki'pt for hire at moderate prices, and sail and alteratire effect the JfuUs complexions that feed slin their .and thousands b'es the day they W
Ike firm the
( upon
will present them to Mr. Ledwith came with I'efc-rV PJHs .
for boa! with aejqfrainred Ye-etalle
settlement Of New York.-late from Columbus April 3S-if row persont tn manae lh the the morbid >
slate of which
-1 ; and all those indebted will make payment Georgia.RESPECTFULLY S use of visitors. Billiards and other amusements. occasions all eruptive which, in consequence .f tkeir extraor:aary JM*.

1 to him alone, he being duly authorized to settle the _ inform* JUST RECEIVED. I usually found at watering placed, wiil also be furnished : complaint, .tallow cloudy aud Other dissreesble'complexions. flees, have'attained -\oreiAaitv VKntcaiUnXD .
',' ame. the citizens of Tallahassee, The use of these pills fur a short i. he his :
MICHAEL LEDWITH. ( HUNDRED OUNCES French Qni and so conducted ns not to interfere with very tort of JTediciae.
&C7MR. LEDWITH continues business the I and of the Territory Florida ONE Sulphate, Acetate and Muriate of the comfort and quiet of the boarders. The wines time, will effect an entire cure of Silt Rheom Ery : The vefy eirenmstai alone that PbkiaSIII

old Stand and daily expects a Fall assortment, _ generally, that he has Morphine, and a generalasoramentofFrcnrh and and liquors will be of the best qnality; and to ensure of sipelas the skin.and a striking imniOvemeni in theefcarflese i every part of tbe Uaion,kit more espeoaByie the

which he will be able to famish his customers on 1; Iii ri t permanently located himslf ; English Chemicals. Twelve Mahogany Medicine a full supply of ice, a cargo has alre,idy been Common Colds and Infiueftza, will Southern Slates,where tiiey have n beta yeasts
the best t1 L ri 'in the City of Tall'JhaAAce, Chests and large of always cured by orrf dose, rr by two even in making free of U.em in their *
terms. M. L. _,, a supply Drags, Medicines, oidci ed,which will arm e about the 1st of May. the-worst are use practice ritsl
_Tallahassee. Aug.4.1834. 52-tf t : fur the purpose of manufacturing Perfumery, &c. &c. For sale by Mr. Jo'.G.Barnard. who formerly kept popular ca es. Piles-as a remedy (or this most vofumns ia their praise. Add !. this the C ct.aMt

Notice F CABINET W AR WADDEL, R.rDOLPff 4-LEW IS. Hotel in Wa hin;ton City, will conduct the Hotel distressing Life and obstinate malady the Ve' tfaMe all who! use them invariable rrcmincnd Uiea la
L. in all its branches and assures M.\r 19 41 the with Pills deserve a distinct and emphatic recom- their fri'-ndSj and the testimony ia their ( ii
THE i for Proprietor who, such aid am
,
Copartnership heretofore existing in this confider.tlyensure mendation. It is well:. known bnndn
to in tin'scity
city under the name of CANNON & RUSSELL tho public that it will be to thor advantage BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY.OTllIEsubscribe'refpecirully. the visitors of last year, and his friends that the proprietor of these invaluable almost irre i>hbc. Jif an An'i-bilknw timely,
was diswived on the 28th of the by giving orders here instead of importing wrrk generally, that they will receive every possible attention liiuivelf Pills. and to present eostirenea*, th'yLae no uvaL
afflicted
September last by from the north, the and informs was with thisomptaint! for up One fin cent bnt will establish their rbneten
death as style Workminsliip will and thereby tn sati.. : ,
of Mr. Ruwoll. All ; expects gi>e general wards of
persons having claims ii ihf citizens of Talla- thirty five Tears and that he tried in
vain
not be excelled by any in the United St itcs. l.cLion. and prove that there ill traib tveu m an a.'miII'mf'UI.
against said partnership will present them for settlement Thnse who lire in 'aDtof furniture will do well, Iii'II .tIii ha'see and vicinity, that he has Thc local advantages of this bouse well every remedy prescribed within the whole compassof .

-and all persons indebted will make pay not to order from the north, us the subscriber will commenced fhe manufacturing of known to need lengthened description are hern.too the BTatena Medica. He,however at length,tried More than two millions of boxes ef these .

meat immediately to WILLIAM! CANNON, be able to supply all demands upon tho shortest no- -7 Boots and Shoes in this city; in facts that Ptntsarola! is the largest naval station The of the medicine which he now ofl" rI'othe public, and bra led Pills, have been sold ia the Gabel State
1\ Surviving Partner. tice. the building immediately opposite the store of the Government the he was cured in a very short time, after his recovery since January. 1835.
I TalUhissee, October 1st, 1838. Fienc! & Cook, on Munroe where he is ptnrral rendezvous of the b td been pronounced not only improbitl but
Rtr.r'n"cs.-Gov CallR Hnck1cy, E. Locknnan prepare Gulf Sxuadron; the salubrity of its climate ;, Dr. Peters Baa n eeiveJ npw>rl. of fifteen Inn
DISSOLUTION.HE.cOop3rtnership R Hayward, W. H. Brodie, Capt. Brown, he ed to has manufacture all articles in his line business as, freshed constantly during the summer months, re by absolutely impowibe! by any human meant. drrtl certificate*, all given In r"aetluelltt ef tie
L. Alston Co!. H. \V. Win. good workmen in his employ, and will warrant done his Mcdkiaea.
'IP heretofore existing under Braden Lester Capt his work the coolest: breezes from the Golf-the beauty of. DIRECTIONS FOR USE.-Th good by
to be done in the best and : of '
the name OCTAL & HCTCHINS H thin day Lnvlnu" reasonable prices.Boo'sfooled manner at the Bay and the neighboring islands and rivers, the VCCSTABLC Lira PILU does not follow proprietor the base That the public may rest assured ef tbesalmsrj

dissolved by mutual consent. All persons having NEW F1UIV1. and the abundance and delicacy of the fish with which and mercenary practice ef the quacks of the in fleets of these pills sad the truth ef the ahoy,
other
demands rgainst said concern will present them to THE subscribers have this day associated : terras. repairing done on accommodating the waters abound and proximity tc the best Southern advising persona to take his Pills in large quantities.day, statements, the f>Urwins Irt'ers from *ealgn'

ALII. FoaMT OCTAL, whx is fully authorized to together under the firm of markets, give Pensacola the preference oyer Ifo good medicine can possibly le to required Iemen of the first respic.abilky are Most resftct

settle all debts dug by the concern. And all those Gamble & Reid, FREDERIC FILER, all other pliers in these latitudes, as a healthy and These Pills are to be taken n. ted tim every night fully submitted.
.
indebted will make payment 10 him. r,i>r lie purpose of transacting butincss in the city April 28. 163 33-tf I II I delightful summer resort. for a week or fortnight according to the obstinacy -

ALEX. FORMY DUVAL, oI Ta'Uhasree. JJKY GOODS. First rate boats will run between Peniaco'a and of the disease. The usual dose i i. from 2 to 5, according CLASKSVILLE, MccxLcitBVxe Co.Vi "
\. J. HUTCHINS. They will have OR hand at all times a general Subscriber ha just received and Is now Mobile! and will at all times be able to take the rmssengrrs to the constitution of the person. Very del.- J."nary 7, J 8Tt

Tallahassee, April S3d, 18)8. 38-t ssortment of goods and will be disposed to serve THE ; a general assortment of DRY from the New Oilcans boats.N. i icate persons should begin with but two, and increase S DBU Sia: 1 embrace Ike ejiperf aaity of epftI
her friend and the public the favoialeterms. GOODS B. ARNOLD. log to you my gratification at rfte *'JI"'id'
. upon most suitable for the season. as the nature of the ease may require; those
NOTICELLthoseindebted It JXMES Pensicola Feb. 15 183834 attended the udminisuation of,yoor varaaolePjIh
U. GAMBLE. ALSOA more robust,or of very costive habit begin
i to the subscnl will SAM. REID. few Gentlemen wishing to for may in thit section of country. It ie a eea *1t &allwitli
pleae cases of fashionable HATSdo engage rooms their families with 3.and increase to 5,or even 5 pills,and they
\ come forward and liquidate their accounts, June. 7,183844 do BOOTS fy SHOES, superior article. can address the proprietor.at Penacol-i or will effect a sufficiently happy chrnge to glide the those whn compound find vend patent'totf-
either by cash or notee.ISo intention of pressing A revdonn pairs of Ladies Fine Kid Shoes. Mr.Sowell T.Tay'or! at New Orleans the former patient in their farther use. These Pills sometimes cines to say too much in their favor, but frees wild
the parties is GALLIGHAN'S VEGETABLEFEVER proprietor. I have seen of the effect of Pila! I do let
contemplated,but simply to get a set WM. H. FRANCIS. occasion sickness aDd vomitingthough seldom your ,
tlement before the business season re-commences. AND AGUE PILLS, May 10th. 1638. 40,tf References- Sandford Esq Mr. C Cullum unles the stomach is very foal;this however very think IS_ vet thcv.have receiver merited anise,

R.J. HACKLY. A certain and lasting cure for this disease. For EL.L.IOT'8 CORN CURE. 3. McAlpin Lieut.K'bby, MObile-S T Tay- be considered a favorable aymptom, a* the patient may Six KiOTtbs Ip they were almost entirely as-
A Jtril t8. 1838 sale Plor P Rea. New Orleauss.COTTONBROKERLGE. known1nthispartof.Viriaiaihey At
38-tf by will find himself once relieved.aud by nrnever- are DOW
ELLIOTS PLASTER has been used with most popular pills we have. In
WADDEL. RANDOLPH & LEWIS. DR. mace will soon recover. They usually operate within atopepeu and sirfc
DISSOLUTION. Tallahu'e. April J4 1838. success : And wherever it has 10 headache deraagementnutbe biliary sad
38 or 12 hours and never eive pain, unless the orgxay,
The Firm of been introduced has superseded the use of other obstinate constipation of the
RYAN LEWIS at the Planters' LAW NOTICE. And Commission Morchant. howels are very much encumbered They be bowels I bOwer. ae

t books hotel of was the dissolved eatablishment on the have lit of been August.assigned The to WOT. OT. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY remedies A few applications for the cure will of entirely om8. remove the largest THE subscriber would inform bit friends and .laken m<4aners by the-It most b.delicate however females nnder any may cir- aperient Their mildness more prnmp and and certainty efficacious.01 action render

r Mr. LAW, will practice in all the Courts enras, and prevent further pain. public in general that be has commencedthe recommended, that them a safe and efficient .
Ryan whowill purgative for iadividaais.
settlo the tune well Broker those in la'er of wrakty
as all business of periods should
as in Middle Cotton and Commission take but
debts Florida and will attend to such business Price 50 cents bix, with directions for use. pregnancy .and be
said per may given at all times without
against firm. JOS. D. RYAN, as be %Merchant the of New Yoik and is one ata time and thus continue to.keep the bowel aay
may entrusted to his care. Office in the buildIng For Sale in Tallahassee at the Drue Store of City now of thoe inianons tonsequenrrs that
SETUP. LEWI prepared to receive Cotton and other intended open: and even two may be taken where.the frequeatry rt-
formerly occupied by Call and Walker WAD DEL,RANDOLPH & LEWIS. produce patient salt' from the long continued calomel Nut
September 9, lC33c 8-lf October 2th. 1637. I 13-tf MAY 18.h. 1838. 41.tf lor thU market,which he will dispose of en is very rosl ye. One pill in a solution of two pill use or .

commission, and flatters ,himself, that from long table! spoons full of water,may be given to an in On the
NOTICE, UNION HANK OF FLOiilUA. STORAGE, STORAGE, &C. acquaintance in the Northern and Southern fant in the following dose -a tet spon. fall whole,I consider them a valuable 1 diacev-

N IX Months after( date / shall j/rcscnt my accounts NOTICE is hereby given te the subscribers to THE Subscriber lias taken the Store formerly kets, he s'iall be enabled to give satisfaction'to mar.such two hoars till operates ; for a,child from one every to ery. .Very (

the IZ and vouchers .to the Hon. Judje of of this Bank,that their title papers by J. B. Peachy Esq., at Saint as may feel disposed to patronise him, not only in five yean old, half pill and from, id 10, oae pill. Dr.JOSe P. Peters. ,S.lUl.fRR/S.M.D.
County Court of Leon County, and pray for hue been referred for examination to Charles H. Marks and will attend to the ,Storing and the sale of their produce but ia the investment olany ;
ny Uscfaarf as Executor of the eftalo of Ellis DuPone Esq. When reported forwarding of such articles be the THE PHCENIX BITTERS -
npon satisfactorily,, as may assign part of proceeds, they may order or direct.. are wj called I because
Barney, dec aaed. GUILFORD BURNEY,EI'r., mortgages and bonds will be sent I( the parties for ed to his care. By diligent attention to his business JUSTINIAN F. DAVIS, they possess the power of restoring the expir I I S CDuJ.ona.N.C.J..llt..ts1 .
N. B Legatee, and others interested in the I execution. JOHN PARKIHLL, Cashier. be hopes to obtain a liberal share of public No. 60, Water Street, ing embers of heaftfc! to a JowiDvilo throughout DcAitSia: I have made frequent' us* of"

estate, are requested to put in their claims forth March 10 Patrona e.' WILLIAM H. MATHERS. New York. the enntilutiea,aa the Phcenix ie aid (o be restored I pills in the incipient stage ot BHu a F.aadastinate -

with. 8u Marks May 13 41 azrERZNCES '0 life from the ashes of itl owa dissolution. The Constivationa of Ue Bowels; also IB"UM
-
Sept. 1st. 1838., 4-6m LAND FOR 8ALF, R. Williams S ml. Reid. GOT.Branch Tallahassee. S Pbenix Bitters are entirely Vegetableeomponed of enlargement of the epleen,chronic Dveasee dibs
. subscriber offers his Und for tale in Gads Charles S. Sibley liver,sick headaches eDenl'debili&T. and
Notice THE Jas- Lanier, & Co., Qnincy. J. B. roots foond only in certain 'parts of t&e Western fcay
} undersigned, administrator, of Elizabeth. County 12 miles N.-W. of Tallahassee,. U. S. Attorney Middle District ofTlo.OFFEUS Collins JTonticeilo. W. J. Bailey Magnolia. country which will infallibly cure FEVERS AND other relief.diseases,.and in all case. found them to git*
THE I containing thirteen hundred acre, five his professional icea as Attorney W. G. AGUES ot all kinds wil' never fa 1 J.D.BOYD.1.D.:
,,dec hereby ives notice that Ui Porter Apalacbieola. Craig It'DaOin. St.. ; to end f'at.
{ at Dr.J.P.Peters.
I hundred nf which U in a state of cultivation wilb&two at Law in the collection of entirely all the effects
boat 8prml Term of Leon Joseph.Feb. Mercury, infinitely aonaer
County Court he wil
good framed debts, 4cin Middle Florida. He will attend al' than the
finally settle hi. 3, 1833. 2G-yl most powerful preparataons oitSananariU
I accounts and for his
charge administrator apply. dU .- good Gin I the Courts in the Middle District. la, and will immediately core the determination of M ccxLaxiKr e Co.Va.Feb.7th, 1837.
.\ u afor.aid.PATRICK screwgood dwellin'a Office in Monroe Street in the building formerly A CO TBA.ST. the BLOOD TO THE HEAD f.neverfaib in the Having used Dr. Peters Pills in my practice

! Sept. I. 1838. SMITH.4-tf ., occupied by Wm. Wilson as a Book 8iore. A LL nations, from the remotest age*',, have had sickness !incident to Young Fearales* and will the last twelve months,,I lake pleasure|" giviff

irro houses and every other out-house- requisite (ur Tallabus.aeM.yl2th.l)338. 40-If /%. ships, bat Columbus only founa out the way be found a certain remedy in all eases -of nervous my ieatimonyoftheirgondeffer.ajn cases eV di -

! NOTICE. a Planter, with springs of never tailing water,oftuepureH NEW DRUG 8TOUK. to America. B<'(ore the time of the greatSpanisbnavigatorpeople debility and wraknessofthe most impaired conetitationa. 'pepaia.sif headache,bilious fevers,sad otitr olreoara

: ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Ta. kind and every part of said land well water THE subscribers have formed were only enabled to paddle about A.a remedy for chronic and inHammatory produced py ineapeeity oldie Iher.- .

,late of Leon County,deceased,will make G d. With th. premise cau be had an abundant sup- in the Drug business under the firm a co-partnersh.t the shores. Just so with the Life Jl/edieinea.' It is Rheumatism,he efljcacr of the Phoenix Bitters will be They are a safe and mild aperient-beinj tU

payment Immediately. And all those havir? demands ply of Corn and Fodder desired. Persenf'wirhng Randolph ot bat two short years since I .first ventured upon an be demoa stntodbl.the use of oneb&ttle. The n-article of-the kind'I have ever tuw 'will them Waddel & cwle. unknown nml I have discovered the asual dose of these bitten;.11&1 GEfC:8CO'2iLDn.;
prertnt. properly authenticated to l to purchase'a re invited to call and examine for have ocean, precious ( wine'gUias: foil, .
PHEBE TATUM Admr'x. ihcnwlvo. Both as fur health sad soil, u a bargain one They door norit just of received Mr( and now offer for sale, object I was ia search( -HEALTH. Vegetable! in water or wine, and this quantity .wr be,taken The foHowin*is finra a higbly respectable. j *
2tober13thIc3e. 10-tf will be given. WM McGRIFF. Birge's clothing establiih me-iicinu1l'ere indeed known when J commenced two or three time* day,aboat halfan hour before ,ofBorkoCo.. -.

! G.tl den county Sept. 4th, 1838. 5-m3 men FREtlH, on Mouroestreet. a gencaal assoriment or l my search, bat their use.was aoL By the use oCthem. mwalj, or a lew quantity may betaken at,all time. Peter's S Pills,-I have given them a Lily trial
DISSOLUTION. fJRUGS.MEDICINES. P..ffNTR. aId I I have D.t passed from To thnee who afflicted .
only the defected in are with indi eKtion
" THE Co-partnership eiisrin*' OIL" together with a variety of Perfumery and L meals these after nearly three doaen boxes bavin; beta o,ed cs-/
henofore under the biu. will
07 GUtt UK PAIRING,& JOB YVUUK.BENJ. valid to hale he.rtY8Dd active man business prove invaluable
aa they pUntatloB within ihe last and
aaticles for the their wLBUuartratioB
oilet ,
: tb firm of DA VI5 & KINDON8 is dissolved fancy increase year ,
by I greatly tbe-ecfoo
.comparatively speaking, have very of
, METCALF reaewed the pneeipat viarera has been attended with
removed my liaa
.Bsual content having from Mr. '11 orders from Physiciu>sPlanters and them more success.
thus with
country I help to perform
, The business will continued at the old stand to tbe well known Shop of Mr.Jo- merchants,will be thankfully. .received and 'faith- youth. ; advise can with, my confidence fellow ritaene.it &y own Does'experience ble the sumach to rUacbarg their*iaUi fsnetionsasd the bowels era- any medicine I have ever ned;and t' Ute' pfer.

,: by WJU 4-JlCIfBT KIDDONc nAil EPSOK,on tbe corner Monroe and St.Angus folly attended to 18- tf the reader want prootthat the ever laofleneive* Tbaa what sure in recoBmeadiag them 'to 1ft, friend *IH
VEGE1AB..ELIFe ie
indigesUoo
8eptemWr a. J838, 7 tf tbe-Street opposite tbe CAPITOL will at all W.V..WADOEL. easily and ntLbboru.-.Tbey are handy, safe, and easmnt
., time* be ready to attend to call in hit line. J.'H'.HANDOLPH. MEDICINES are suitable toh'a own easel seedily removed,appetite rmr d.aod tie mouths I and need bat. a trial to be approved. -
any
the
of
If 1 I have on Ale at my ,ofiiee, 367, Broadway, haul, absorbent vessele befne eleaaied, utriti, hi -
NOTICE. Tallahassee, Oct. 12th 1838. 10-lf B. C.' LEWIS. \ e I .BENRY P. JONES-
dreds of letters from fae.lit.iej. and
of th
-_ some the meet re cctable atrea of bndrnd'cenu '
t fffTHE tnbaeriber being abent to I leave the Tern- NOTICE.. .. citizens or in*my natift info,.voluntarily oft rtd mind art-the happy resaht. POI tortiw rertieo.n 'Prepared by Jos.'piieWrPeteaM. DJbI*

JL tory, all persona bavine business with him flIiE subscriber'informs his friends and the in testimony of the virtues of a A GOOD VEGfr I.ofM OFFADS UrE P.1LL8,PHCEKIX iaititie. fOt'-tbe care of-obstiaats disue$ bjmeans
: nabt .
will transect of
it with Gen. vtfetabfe remedies. Ho. IS Latt7.
Read
Loirh authoriz iJL. lie thit he has TABLE. MEDICINE.: BITTERS, apply at Mr. Moffafa ,H
1\ purchased the entire stock ic Offleej f 61 r
Sd tgenL t Street,New, JTork. Each box contain -
JOHN BAWlS Br piHs
Persons whOse coastitntioas have a New .
been ay. York. wber
1 : trad*of D0VAL & HOTCHIHS, and the buainns willaartafler :nearly th* PilU ran-k I "
PrJee
,, It 1O7.. ._. .6.tf be conunoed in bis own nun in the same ruined by the ".U iQrA1Ii\'le' .mi.era1 preperatiou I obuMed.for'S& r enu,'50 emta,' or;fl'wr' bnx I I fifty,cents, S ,.

store occupied by th"m. Ho returns his thanks |o of the day, will bear ma witness that toe Life Me I and the Bitter for $! oc It per bI7"Nn JC7The invaluable PilU are eol4- wholesale
NOTICE.
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the public for the h liberal encouragement. baa received dicines sad neb only, are the true coasts to.per. meroa' eenificatee cf the' woNderfuI eScacy' .I; and reran in TallabasseV. fat N<' fork prictt,

D"Al.ffaJftUENY. my authorized agent and be soUcitea a continuance ol the tame. manent good health J OEUV JWOFFAT.GENERAL both may b*there inspected : : and the.One btl ApeAscary wv'SRWAROBAZNAW a '

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the estate of John Ta H*'al on hand and,wil continue to keep gueraIassoinenIoa&tck.gnodias.are ,tIn 'J '
W4.uesL.WdIa L4OCOWtt7. '. eomo obstinate and ari4 WAtflL, aANOQX.PJl..k LW18. -
,--, :: necessary REMARKS COlDplieaa.ed.'eueI ofchronica I
Jht RELATIVE
PMEBE. TATTJM' ,,Admr'x.' Carriage Home**,KlaCJTHE ( a. ton'aad covntry.tnufe. He Invites all those who FATS LIFE PILLS AND PHENIX.S. TO MOP., 4 inflammatory 'RkeumatUeB I$vt r Abo'lor a.i. I&MsIiCSZO$ LA ,WiZCL' J.

Ob.1tO.I838. IHf | stbseriber havinr engaged*the'atrrices hav.euUtaodio;aecoaaU previous W1831,to fall ITT CompIainUjJTever and Jlfut.'Dvspepeta .Pafey_ In aaiieti by Dr.DATlDTOW.! ..__.
of a skillful Carriage and Harness Maker,from and settle the sam*.::Orders Horn the eouatry will. These medicines hare loo*be 1.4 : POea..i injuries torn Ue usa,ef,Bterearvi ijaiiujM 'AM G .UIt"'Wl" I"'

NOTICE.TTTHE the North, bftga lea veto ialonn bis friends and the be punctually ailended !to, and'good. furnished at. d.fof.tasir ns ordinary B Itaown and immediate e&4 an.prectit tad other diaeosel Long stndliig4 ft u a1 b\ towna in Florida.Oeorfie.and_ _A ,

undenfoned,survivor tiM till firm eCENTRE public that alf Grode,for repairs kc,shill be punctually tb.tossstmarkitprice. : powers of restoring perfect health t. found steetsaary 1o take both'the.LUeiPUb aM .U !( 7'Y .
'
kKEEW bc notice, .' all! perMna snfferiog the Phtenix. ',Bitters. IB the doses hefor 1
*by. fivee. t- and neatly executed. : Thc liizhut. prices given for all kinds of countryprodu under nearly every kind of w..wto 1'W'nI'I 1
.5 penswbavlardalawaxaiaaiwd, inn to' pisseatS *. which mend.d. .: i HMqIetht3.
.
ALEX.FORMVPUVALTallabauee
,SacttlttT Work Be&e.E.B. the human f'rc.ineIaIisbIe. .s .
> : F.'<> T' 1 _
liea fcr aeUIemeat luut&JJ.pernw*. iadebted', are '. CLARK 'AprUa, 1838.. _' _" S8.tfFOR'BALE. Innwoy hundred of ecrUAed instaocea.- -N.B.rThs Pill end the. Bkertv|
;.gNtod' Ie'. psTaaiM. -.1tb.. ilsy.S .; Tallahassee, #*y SI_. .. t 1 33-tf S .. have- evea rtKQftd e affqi rf froo benrv ; caercttryaatoCihe eTaten ftftnhety fatwV than lbS wU
; ; .sOD B. 'f, SOOr.th1e. .. '1 v.rp beet.fftparatioBe oT tU2flflIld4a] cw- ok4pc

S ..:_' S__ It. AD.QBCETTGKR, tV I RVEal\tJ\Llp all M Wtggo a. WItILi .I traou of the Th4" I flppltc% b&v
.u net*; 1D,1M." >Also two Af'thlft horsi I IWtsnfoto1 V
: iafofWBiLlb*.lAdhllr and .
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thouaidkisy have
RESPEClfULLY .
I .: 1iOT.PE.. : _, Jt Babeaaee(ej d:fte vicinity; warona..1 0. f. W tI. FJl.4BCJB.' j< rw vojpjm 4 -

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.fl" 1, LESLIE''A. 'THOMPSON.ntf ; dl5 idsqsatize 1v51
I if ldefl on Cooalv, will PIJLJSO FORTE '" iA'trORNlfl

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