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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 29, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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DB.'C. B BARRETT, (Milt. of Vir. I the last year with a formidable force of trgular rubsidf; ACS.of the foaadat., 'If.! u4 the e .4f3g 1 III

sad graduate ef the Medwrt Collect I bSTIltSICRETARY OF WAIL, troops and mounted voluntecrsj, Eteryscherrte '4'.The, pTopriatJon ,for, CbrIeat bar? mral. l lay prorid ii somcsary pracen ofdMe C'v lld *bt !. .tl .
Ohfe wall the Collects) of Edea- '
of w a* Eeropeaa i '
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skilful' and b 6r wdo intebdeu exclusively for.the e; aestran'cfti ofits ejects/ asjettyAe : V
.; Li.ds surf Fariafcsma looted bivsdf document of which was tried that a vigilant proC *' *antf ipf TM. IlL -
at WJNTCLLQJcfro.citty C*ith a view ,I Another voluaiiooaa. abttiact.' commander could devise and that bruve aid ion of SollhrmnY Island, and lacasores,have *KMUimeot JOI5 to settle iu'.- itirOrfened and* f. l u l. =n.JJ..ar :

or nn if a peianoenl., retideace respectfully we can wily gi e TAe ata active soldier could execute. The no. been'taken by the officer of Engineers an t oo ehart.r shall,btrestored.XI ., n 6t,._tw'j t l

tenders Irujpitrfeftatoaal servke to its inhabitants ; Army. mats were traversed; the forests and der whose general aaperinteadeace is,* to ?.'Tb. General As .mbiy may bylaw :#' ;'.. to.1I'1._- bit.. ::= .1,
and the adjacent roonlry in the practice of Physic I This arm of the national defence ha* been VI UQ1g.IUIII" :
and I swamps pcnetinted in every direction; the apply the funklV ttf th purpose. As seen establixh one or. mofe'state banks, 'M wholeif aInll'J, I' r
3 artery, Midwifery.Office tncrptfsed ami organized ai far as practicable .. :
at Mr. Bse.-. 1 Iti with recent Irjwlttion on Indians beaten whenever they could be as the services of an .mcer of expenenc* '( the capital stock i in. which shAll be __ :

Karcinl 3. 1MB II-If Compliance overtaken, and many of them forced to stir I I can be made available, there wift be one sta owned by the State and the profits thereof miirtbWth i..tybNsa tW3 ab4iSLtb V
the The Sib Regiment of Infantryand '
Copartacnhtp.Jofeaa subject. been render, who were afterwards sent out of the honed permanently in this harbor.** to be received by the State_ ,..and. the General 'co at", ok $i ,.
four of Artillery have ...
M. Brjraust A Chsuie Rafts, Companies country; but still, a. soon as the sickly season 5f*, Military Pau a. Assembly may authorize the guarantee ; of.J8. <. _
thai da,entered into Co- rshippodcr raised and equipped for the field. and the COUM1 1"L
J the firm of BRYANT A NUITZ panB tad having Staffoftho haa been completed in eY- set in,it was found that some of hCie Number of pensioners' ,. 41,870. Deaths I by the slat, of the bonds,of such batik to iD! 'nI fiO.. ." ri V

bought oat ta*entire slock in trade of the Es- army One of artillery savages had eluded the vigilance of I bur for the year ending 30th Sept. last. 1461. nile a capital therefor, the payment, of such ofDde:. ha c IjOJk* II V

tau of P. G.rardiDIDO.I respectfully) inform their ery department. company troops, gaintd their rear, and penetrate into Additions in the same time 2364., The ad tends to be secured by the pledge of rw.1! estate '- font'> >roamben* Gt'JJi JW 16ot
has been mounted and! otherwise! equipped aa ; :
friend*and the Pnblie ia general, that .they will the heart of the settlement*, where their pre- lition to the I list of widow's pensions *ill within this slate,by citizens whom saidbank menbeiVthi 71t. .*. I
eonliaM to rarry 011 the Waxlch Making: and light nrtillery. It is recommended that the I .. ,
Jewelry BUSIMS. at OM" well! cstablitlidl old description offeree be increased by srcce was first discovcied by the murder increase the expenditure about $1 1,3 72,000. may make loam. on such tennis as may hen V 1MDtt l"w _1Ii; .

j ataad. T tel flatter Utenmlres to tB(.re a share nting two companies from each regiment scpara-of they committed and the barbarcu cruelties Compensation is recommended to pension be prescribed by lairs bersjthe'coaniJT I'nv_' "VI i#'. ".'; ."Ij
of pobtic pairoMtf by their own prompt attention the and ) The attention of the '" L 9
they perpetrated upon aged helpless. agents. poverument J. D. WESTCOTT Chairman. fefuntiitbea JNt
and by taa assistance of two experienced workmen artillery (now composed of nine companies) .. .
enabled effect their is called to frauds and which =
from tbt North. All Articles left lox repair with And forming with them two bntfiHons of light They were to bloody impositions,.by The undersigned agreeing to said report,also PP iti.. .. iM., .

John M. Bryan will h. found al the above Estatx-' nrlillery one for the Western and the other purposes only by the unsettled state of the he benevolent intentions of the government report the following! additional Articles (or aforesaid,:die :it16L(- fr .1'f; iI1lT"I .-
li \ment. JOHN M. BRYANT country through which they passed. When towards the veterans of the revolution and # Tbo
the Senator .
Consideration .
: for the Eastern division of the army. of the Convention ;
CIIAS. tTJ7'Z. V
November 17th, 1838. 18 tf I With a view to render the army morn efficient his war first broke out, the Indiana destroyed others are frustrated, and,penal enactments I. TheJGeperal Assembly! allIs first'session coaVntJes( Nassau aadldnrfrid .

DISSOLUTION._ I t. it in proposed instead of shutting up all the frontier settlements and the inhabitants are recommended. may assume Car the Bute of Florida, : \'Gti6ii or:!" -

#THE Co-partnership heretofore existing under the troops in disttnt and badly manned for- beyond them in the interior abandoned 611; Jru ll .the obligations er the Territory of Florida, quito soalTIbrnL firm It GORMAN is their homes and either received Various other topics, such as the Military bade
41 the of HA LEY station that were Monroe. and flUWoaVJ1form
them
tresses as nt present, so to created b) the charters of the Union Bank
this<) dissolved by mutual consent. All buxiness into tho the Ordnance and Dartmnt -
ay service or supported at \cademy, Engineer one district he coontiea / CoJas :
W. they form rallying points for the militia I Florida and the Bank of Fenncola, and
of said firm will be Milled by P. GORMAN may .
the of Government. &c. treated of in the '
the
A valuable > are report I bia Alachba ,.
expense and fora : itricfc
who is duly authorized to settle the same. whence the combined forces may march to the proceedings already had under said char oMj
P. H. HARLY. any requisite point. Lake Champlain, in and fertile portion of the Territory which i is marked by ability and practical ta ters, upon condition however the said Bank the counties of Madison'and Ham3tsball .

NOT.21 1838-tf H'm. P. GORMAN. became a wilderness through which the Indiana form district the Je&rsoo
one COo.ll.0(
New-York, Carlisle,in Pennsylvania a commanding lent.We respectively, submit their charters to the I ;
P. 8. The business will be conlined at tie old wondered like wild beasts seeking their observe that the office of Assistant
I shall form one district ;tbe of Leon
position in South-Carolina, or Geor control supervision and amendment of said ; county
land where onoitment of good be ,
a general may
Had i is recommended with the
fund at all times. Win. P. 60 RUAN.iOTICE gia, near the head waters of the Savannah prey. these people been compelled to Paymaster pay General Assembly and if the same shall cot shall farm 'onodislrkttliicouniyOf ,Crda>f .
remain; to picket their houses; to arm.them and emoluments of a Lieutenant Colonel, den form one district the nits of
and Jefferson Barracks, in Loiii-iunn, arc in* I be assumed and the territorial bonds or Jan. ; co
selves and form associations for the mutual and also a percentage on disbursements to Franklin and Calhourr shall form 0.-dscfrkt: .
Co-l\IU1ner.Jair heretofore existing under rlicnted as the four lending stations (the forts' ;uarcntee provided in said charters respectively -
THE grin ufTAF1'.JlOLT. & CO., at Bu to be left with small gnrriuons) proper to be I protection of their firesides we should have officers engaged in paying the militia. shall be discharged and cancelledby the counties of Washington'and Jackson sfcall

Marks, is this day dissolved by mutual eont rt.AH .- been spared the recital of lodinn murdersand I form one district the counties of EscntfbSt \
adopted, i in order to defend our extensive I II substitution of the Bonds of said Banks, I 1
having accounts, <" with said Firm, devastation This i is what i is '
persons now and Walton shall form and ac&of
proposed REPORTS one distric ,
requested to aettle them with G. G. Holt and frontier( with the united forces of our small without guarantee thereof otherwise or if I ;
are '
George Alillerj of said firm, 'bo are duly auihori-I army, and numerous militia. to be done. Gen. Taylor flu been directed OF THE the State shall be fully indemnified against said district shall entitled to/one Senator.

cd to close the same. S S TAFT The recommendation of a former plan of to invite the settlers to return to their SEVERAL COMMITTEES the same, within one year after the commencement C. E. BARTLETTV''ctia. .. ;
G G HOLT I homes to receive them, when there, into
; or THBCONSTITUTIONAL
defence for the Western frontier is renewedthe I of first General Assembly, then
GEO: MILLER. fortresses in the Indian Territory the service; to cause them to surround their CONVENTION.ON the charters of either Banks ON GENERAL PROtlSIONS AND V
BU Mark, September 22, 1 83d 7-2m present I or both of said ,
THE: Business will in fa lure be carried on under to be enlarged and strengthened, and I }houses with stout picket; to organize them which may comply herewith so modified as DOMESTIC SLAVERY.The V

t aims of Holt <- Miller. G G BOLT.GEO : others ererted-al the Illinois River near the' into battalions for mutual defence; a part of BANKING, Sec. to conform to such change, shall be con- Committee on General l provisions in 3 V

: ULL( ll. ;, line of the State of Arkansas; at Table Creek them in be kept under arms, while othersare The Committee to whom was referred the firmed.II. eluding ;the subject of Domestic Slavery. ,

Notice employed in cultivating their farms. No of Banking and other beg.leave in part to rrportlhat they have bad*
near the Missouri river, below the Platte.nnd subject incorporationsind The Charters of all other Banks incorporated '
All persons interested notified that in the r.ctate the ol I. Gerartfii.dec'd Term-, the Upper Forks of the DCS Moines-these doubt this arrangement will aid in protecting to repoit articles of a Constitution for by the territory of Florida, shall be under consideration the subject, of" Domestic
at I
are Spring
the from the inroads of tho
1839; of Leon County Court, the Administrator : stations to on connected( by good roads, perpendicular country savages the State .f Florida in relation to said sub- subject to the control and supervision of the Slavery and recommend that the foBoV

will file his final acrounm, and make his settlement, I to the line of defence and con- ; but the farms which will be so occu- ucts for the consideration of the Convcn- lint General Assembly of the state ofFlo d. ing provision be incorporated.into, the Corfstitution tt

nud!pray n discharge as aJministi alor according lo necting it with an interior line of posts to pied will be too sparse to form an impenetrable lion have instructed the following report to be I J. D. WESTCOTT' as a part thereof. '. iON
barrier the Indians and it i i.
law. I to ; made. DOMESTIC SLAVERY.
F. GERARD1N, serve as place of refuge for the inhabitants, ; D. LEVY. :: j
Adm'r. of I. GtrerJin, deceased.Jnne I until relieved by the regular troops-farm? respectfully recommended that a portion of I. Tim General Assembly shall pass a I V I. The General Atieplbll'sLa I ,haTo'no..

81, 18t?- 3 46DMINISTRATOR 10 be attached to these remote Matosie, in order and, selected by the officers Government general\v for tire incorporation of all such : ON SUFFRAGE AND QUALIFICATIONS power to pass laws for the 'EmancipalioUof '
GERATUDINA I should be granted jto such settlers as will I '' SIa Ve. i iIt.
F. to secure seasonable and permanent supplies churches or religious societies as may except OF OFFICES. -
cf the estate ofT. Qerar-i and authority to be given to hire laborers bind themselves to settle on it, and to cultivate thereof, but no special act of incorporation The Committee on the rights of Suffrageand They.stall'b enopoeropeeveatemrints (
din loa villI r.ulJ out the entire Mock in trade and defend it under such regulations V
as
this Slate
lo
to Messrs. Bryant and Nuitz, whe will continue at for their cultivation shaH be made by the Executive. thereof nhall be passed. Qualification of officers beg leave to report ; irpfxt briniteigwithbenisuc

ike olJ Blind, respectfully informs nil those person ZJ, The Militia. H. The General Assembly shall pass DO the following articles: poflVsiwaLbeV deeacu

who have any wfttch'-s or jewelry lelt lor repair, An organization of the militia or volunteer The removal of the Cherokees, under the act Incorporation to make any alternation I. That every white male person of tie slaves by the laws of any'one-:of the,TTsiteo1 :

that they "ill find Uieiri by cal.iug at the tau4 force, to serve as auxiliaries to the system auspices of Gen. Scott, has been effected in therein, unless with ibo assent of at least age of twenty one years and upwards, ,who States: Provided, they shall have jOur. la V

lie place will, where pleiue' also call all ux those>o F.who Girardin.hIVe arrears who to will seu ,I of defence for the maritime and inland a officer.very satisfactory They have manner by that in judicieus two thirds of each house, and unless public shall be a citizen of the United States and enact laws 'to 'preyent' ,tbe i iatreductioq':oT.

crtntinnc to kep his office thre.JWmder Iron ti'rs,is regarded with favor; but is thought proceeded good order notice in one or more newspapers in the who shall have resided in this State Iwo years any slave who may IMT co init1id.. ,Btjb'

Mh.. 1833. 18 3m nLUVIL best to try the experiment on a small under their own chiefs, towards their State( shall have been given for at least three next preceding an election, and the last six crimes hi other Slates.v \ V

) S. WALKER scale, leaving the militia generally, for sometime new hemps, and have been MO treated as tobe months immediately preceding the session at months within the county city or tOwn in I III. They shsjUhavttfail poirejrlo.prtfenf: V
animated with and .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, $G. I to come, except n regards uniform armament kindly grateful feelings.The which the s4me may be applied for. which be offers to vote, and shall be enrolled i slaves from being brovght into tan'State as '

WILL practice in the Courts oftb. Middle District and drill, under the direction of the peaceful execution of their removal was III. No inrotpotation of any kind shall h. the militia thereof Y except exempted by merchandatf and V also*fo "oblige the owner,

of Florida. //,.4&ce is the first room to the right States. A commencement may be made by interrupted only by tho treacherous conduct be created or continue which composed of law from millitia service) shall be deemed 'a slaves to treat them with husaanity, to provide
J. B. Bull in Tallahassee where he of a few warriors, who had fled to the V )
over store, moun
may for them food and
found. enrolling 30,000 men from the frontier and a len number than twenty individuals, ten qualified elector, provided _that no soldier necessary clothing Ito
always tain of North.Carolina. and who murdered
ihejcounlry around the permanent stations of whom at least shall be citizens and resi- seaman or marine, in the regular army of cfavy abstain froniall injuries m'lhcrm 'extending V

week after NOTICE.date. 1 aliall apply to the lion id the interior subjecting thim to pix con. heir escort while on their their way and while dents of the State. V I Ii of the United States shall. be entitled to to.I life or limbs: and ia caaeTof. t&etr0,
sides.
A detachment
SIX & _the pasrty Court of Jefferson County cciliTC days' dnll in the year, and their officers beedlfuly"nlking by i IV. No act of iD o PQratio.n.*haterer shall' vote at any election in this State; and pro. elect or.refusa)to comply wh :the dvecitoas 'V

,for letur of adnunuirauoa 'on the estate of and non-commissioned officers toencampment had been sent in pursuit of them and be granted for, a longer period than twenty videdalso that no'leetor shall be'eoltt: d to of such laws to have such alavor shies ,

Daniel Maibew, late of said county. T.deeeastd.dHJs. UL\1ER.: I IJ and military instruction at the no Cherokees doubt was were entertained equally indignant of their arrest.with The the yexrvvcd ao B* .k,CWrter shall ever. be:; vole except la.the cooniy, cily dMowj&'fea. .said (or the benefit of tbat erwacrof et :O'ft:

J I for in the extended or renewed. titled to wTncnhe 1T.1.. Li14V1 .t1.=... .
Wor.mberS, lM3. IS-a. nearest military posts thirty dnys whites at the bloody deed, and were anxiousto separate representation an

J tear, on army pay and rations-not to be be aliened to march after and punish their i V. The Charters of Banks granted by the I may reside at the time of the election. And higher'pd thin pe1My1heed"enitlAssemblysbahlbssveo .
'fav9Jt". 4o.
withdrawn from their States, but to bo called General Assembly shall -triclluch Banksto to remove all doubts concerning the mean l .
the Coverno-s thereof the treacherous countrymen. I of the word "Resident" in this article prtve them of ta kapardal trial try; s.di\ V
into rervice
by on Tho entire Creek nation with the the buiiness of Exchange discount and deposit -, log V V
exception -
A requisition of the President. The system ofa few fugitives the Cherokees and they shall not speculate or deal inI I every'person shall be considered a resident jury.
be extended embrace the among of that town where he V. Any petsoa who sfcaB *i&IJI&
or actually
inny gradually to and Seminoles, have emigrated and scttlt.dbeyond real estate, or the stock of their incorporations county, city
whole millitia of the Union.3d or association, or in merchandize dwells and has bis habitation*home and member or deprive s avcotIi aL'such :
the Alissis ippi river. Not more or .
puoiahmont .... ;- ia.
The Indians.A abode.
permanent
chattel, or be concerned in Insurance, Manufacturing
than 200 Chickasaws and 300 Choctaws .
.D. AUSTIN & CO. i i. taken of the operations in remain ; II.;: The Legislature at their first session, case the like bad bee*' c.1ti.
survey
of Tallahassee Eut of the Mi si&ippi. Nearly all Exportation or Importation, '
WSTOULU inforn the citizens free white andbtt.liftrf ree:
Florida under that officer Gen. after the adoption this constitution ..hallbyl.w'proyid oo a penoa ]
taken the store indefatigable except of bullion or specie-shall not act
have
V r"f ""hit.ir.itylb'atlbey ; the Pottaxvatamies have boon removed from as
except ia case of ins h'ection t''sl ti:
Wilson I and of the difficulties encountered for the registering of all 1 the .
wlTainSJ&ei.UuljrffecvpMd ty D. C. : ; Taylor- Ottawas Trustee in any Wise nor shall they own real '
Indiana, about 1,500 Chippewas,
L q.,where they are now opening a complete as*: and progress made in conducting the Sem- and PottiiHMtunies remain in Illinois. A estate or chattels except such a* shall be legal voters in this State. VI. It shall' be"the ditty, ,of rift V

s Ttmrnt of Rich WATCHES, Jewelry. Silver I inolu, War, that opprobrum of our army and yet for their actual use in the transaction III. The Governor of this State shall be Assembly to enact'laws tapraretit ,&a and PJated Ware, Cutlery, Fancy articles, &c. small band. Apalachicolas hive been re- necessary irad mtftattow froftveciIrraUa to li&s'tate. -
feMfe
drain of national All teat at least of citizen of the ( >.
revenue. va. thirty agfj a
our of business which years
be may be
which they offer tfn' kt good terns as they can moved. About 400 Semmolea emigrated in pledged as *
/ :: ;
Joy and skill and could do has United States, and a resident of this Stateat ;
purchased ia ibis country' vigilance 1836 and 1,500 in 1837 and 1333. At the farther security, or received towards, or in :
Personal attention given b "rTaieh repairing, been accomplished and the Savsge enemy, close of the there will satisfaction of previously contracted debts, I least five years next preceding'his dec oN'GENERALPROYI810JV3.y .
*hch from lung oxpeiienec they can aJsore the demou1ra present season, re tion. I. All peraou-triao shall.b chcsasierpeiaLed .
beaten
although at every point ; or purchased at sales to : >
fint-rata .. main in the States and Territories about 22 legal satisfy such
V
public, will be,ooa>e in They traat-W.
flatter tHetaselrei that by rite* due atUntion 10 lion, or detection, and diminished in number )00 Indians, whose removal to the \Vest is !debs of which they shall be required to make V IV. No (Arson shall be a Senator who to say olcsotpvokof >

Itfstriett ttith' a desire to j pltaae! to receirs a sbaTef by death capture and emigration yet desirable as soon ns practicable. They sale'of; within Iwo fears after the acquisition shall norh attained the,age of thirty years*I entering he t.. oa tkereof:; ssteSJ'
the Ue turk and shall have be citizen therollowiag, oath. :: j 4.,_ frV,aria)
< ptU> patronara.Tallalaesc in their impenetrable$ swamps morasses Indians thereof.VI. who not jn a of the Uoi!. i : .
Norember 17.183ft. 1$ are the New York ; the Wyandots; that lam, .duIy. ai 'f'' $ 'aJ.'.
and the tomahawk and scalping knife ted States, and .a resident in this slate at ." 'i.Cenaliivtroa.rtJaia
.ulTREUB1P. in Ohio; the Miamtos. in Indiana; the Otta The capital stock of Bink aballexceed' 8t.J&8..;Wrcza tbe.-
any f
still, occasionally perpetl ate their enormities.The least, three years next preceding bi election, _"
tDHK! Sabecribers have entered into partnership was, Chippewas and Poltowatimics, in III! noU $1,000,000, or b&less than : Lee whicb I bar. fce 'J -.d
Wider the firm of J. B. BULL 4- CO., andMtt continuance.. of. these. horrors. i i. attributed _.:.. .1.. "':...1..".,".. fl.nA Al...tI.'i.. in sod the last.year thereof a resident in the tff m=; ; .
I' .Y "14"uuuuaun, auWiSCODi'ini and shall be '
IIUI UIV eieated the 1t'olD' _
UIU'l.iUR6" the sbWtes :.
l'lOOOQO. only by to. J Jties
earrf (to the basing; of MERCHANT TAILORS to tho unsettled state of the country, the Ottawa and in district. for.which he is elected! v: 1 r'JI. '
Chip
,bath is this |.lare and the city of New I abandoned by those who should h ne been was. payment of specie therein, and, no V.,N6 person shalftie a, lpresentsIivewho t.-.Ud-l",.' I.11ar--r: _

Yuit4 Arraartmeata bare bees made for a eonj'.taal its defender Gen. Taylor' has therefore Michiganand! tbe Seminole, in Florida. bank shall borrow money to create 01 add to shall not.have.aUl'Dedhe egeof .tweu fend:jthe CbostUatkm. j.i&\-, ,-'
.hd r&&ll MirleC C1oda Canimerea Vestings With most of them arrangements are in : .
: pa it* Capital or to conduct i its business and no United:States. jtL' ;
directed invite the settlers shall
been to to return who )have been citizen
and assortment of Ready Made their ty one tears. pot a
etc large effect removal.'
Clotilng.\ and th.'y an DOW prepared to ace
late tbetf customers and (be publit'l in any article battalions for mutual defencewhh stout stock be hypothecated for any purpose State at least two years cext preceding 'hi* ir?levyiBg w f qi "jaji&g

I. Wade, residing in New Verk. will enable them to means the price of,their JTQ any bank shall be .made' without at least No shall ccevieUd Af Ireavsoa 96'
others in culti. of person
der while resident for fee
execute all orders promptly! and on the most rea arms, are engaged moral and their reservation, and commence months county,city or town, which '
-nnable terms. J. D. BULL, vation. :.Besides this, it is recommendedthat three public notice thereof as shallbe shall be chosen.:: less on V the testiaoay of'twowit'MiffTaii i.. .,
HENRY WADE their new career with all the elements of individual prescribed by law. V VV same overt :act or bis land selected by officer of government VI. ffo president.Director or CaiherVOl '
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\ TatlaWaasoc Nor. l7l. 1NEWOOVDL >-.. be granted to settlers who will bind them- and national prosperity. They are VII. All Imbilites of such banks shall b* any.bankin this State, or: any Minister of ;;' to" ; j '

t and selte! to cultivate and defend it under Executive forming agriculture and trading establish payable in specie, Sod the aggregate .of t fee tbeCspel.ibll; be rkgible i ibo .office of Jin:.No money ,s liW.d wir; eosa. ,. < *
t subscriber five notice i. his friends meats, and there is every prospect of their
io\ THF. psbIicthaibeliUkeuIbeltOrc0fl; the ; regulation.A relations with the U. S. It liabilities and issues of a bank shall at no Governor,.8 I toro membert of the bowo treasury baiin! purtttattc ofafpre I iesi' by
friendly '
JOJ'DCr opposite orKe Gamble A Reid, where considerable portion of the troops have retaining time exceed double the amount of its capital of Representatives law and an accurate. stateBtea asRlof .. .hd1
recommended that the tribes
lid
is V V :
.e .ha pened.a fresh Iwt of food*, among which beeri employed in Florida under that indefatigable encourag stock paid in. vii: The Legislature- shall ,bate ,powerto the receipts.and. Xp Ddit; .
of self
ad .
.nay la found and zealous officer, General Tay. to adopt system government, VIII. No bank abatr make a note or security .exclude from every office of,honor trust 'mo_e 1, ib, .be',P.ubJisIled..- ",. V ;
and condition
their
SattraetU Brown sheetingf, service adapted to wants with of kind for smaller C t within the State and the arty appropriation the sod. '. ,
lor. Engaged in a harassing duringthe interfere any a sura than or profit from right V
should liUle
which '
as
as posi
Bleached do. Fancy! Print, sickly season of that unhealthy climate we of safl"rar'Ju pet sons convicted ,of bribery be mad for a longer tern. thadsr; V
ble end that their chiefs be invited to attend $10.IX.
; V IV. It shall be l ortW
Fornitares,White Uambrickt, they have displayed a spirit of enduring cou- annual l council, at which the of At !least one tenth of i the capital stockof perjury other infamous crrmt thesemblj : tl t 1IW
an agents .
_
Col. do. French Muslint Fancy rage and perseverance highly creditable, to government and the commander of the near every,bank.oftfoe. profits,thereof. Ib.n.be. EDWIN. T. 'JENCKES' .Chairman "5d'tt|pus such.tary .deCicte.t'.IWaa ,.

Handkerchiefs Vestingf, ,kc..j the American soldier. Tho theatre of this eat military station sbouldbe, present, in order l long to the State of. lorida.as a'bonus for .7. -. V \ .. r .
bitrat to b :tha
ALSO warts -a country of dense forests, ..st'.mp'and the exercise for the charter, and the General Assembly rs, appointed by psrthsmbeIl4
that government may a sa ON CfiNSUS' AND1 APPOFiTIOK- .
choose
.j fine Boots Water morasses the enemy 'active, subtle, slrall'elect at least,two Directors in VlLCflhii may tbat-fl'maaa'ry; tbpdtf Of (. .
Gents proof ; lularjr influence over them, bec acquaint each WENT OF .. ; 'O ja-It.: "!J..i''. J1 .c tv* .j<;
jDo. S al doLegaiter do. Calf cruel, and invisible; and the mode of warfare ed with th irwint and heal their differences. bank, ..b'ut'tbe. State shall snot. ,be" liableas RJPRESENTA IO T '. .u :., "': v ;VV3).. ast; ;t.A f.s.tr.t1'\
,
II tJrp CBJ,.Kid do. Calf shoe?, Kid one of pot suit i b> following the track of an It is also l advised ,that Indian i 'agotJ.h uld stockholder for the payment of he Tb' i ito tqmin.ittf r.-:,i ,', V VViVe V qc r. C :""II. .

few*. It is, in short, contest, cnlitcly debts ore bank'Olt its failure. .. apd4p- .bo1dhgt. ezsecsig ... 'Of.r.. .
: .
unseen ,
: = -
Morocco be attached tribe and that
not ;
Jou) F5neASealaod pumps. any .ooe J tidS '
cR ro" .IUIiI
iI n 't is it
ALSO devoid of all thn incentives which unsualljr their residence should.be changed'from tme| X. No dividends of ptofits exceeding 10 perceoturu X ,. ....or ""0" ...,Pl'r. .I." 'f i "' .'t.,."* "'tafi"fill

.L ; the soldier for the toils, privations, .L X 1.. beifJ. ..ICtii .
'
repay to time, to'prevent them from .imbibing' the 'peraoaun\oa; the capital stock paid : ft.I. I..w 4
Lathes fit* Legaiter toots which his. him.: .q94 i ..JIdS'f lt,; I ., ,.. .
duty
and dangers to exposes be io .ballbem.I.d.ibuta1l V' .T I'J.JW "
prejudices'and .espousing quarrels ,o f ; :profit*over<10 'pet Y"ft : r.
MMWCCO and JPrnpcHo) Booties, But'the Government has no'alternative. The their ru centum. .jaanum shall', betaiDtapart'aotdretsinedasx t'rt..: u OG .,. -'Oth4 .
tos. per ;
j c.slippers Morocco and /nd tans must be expelled from Florida' and r V be nttde of all tjw'.bil.i..PI... .. ce. .U\.. *
,
: a safetyTend 3 &a i :
e $ > rot. ..
In the department of ,Indian education at & ( _
Kii .oci, Seal and Col/boote the army will make any saerifive that i A required ", k Ii' Iria. ; VV .
,
'XI Stockholderilh ,6J1 aV'a "
manual labor, cboola ianddjiioa to the or ; t ; :
Pur i*iaioelhtSulhcriUir*aiock. of good* .M.he- intends from these ruthless) savage, land to di nary.course, instruction, are,recoflwnen ur ebM moV6 !Ji y.1 '<-tv'.UI. t r _If '
aWag tartar. toMb; : dad as important.and:=Jefficwp msnaOfci: ,when itlsdissolved.wM..iiNi" W.jt: ,
:
honor of their fRcII-ntf: l.;I. w.
u"t. maintain ucurnihd the Il'P.fi W '
If"" ;:. 1 ..; i A'B',. C1AEID.1.13& viliZ don;and the ppiqbq!is expressed, ,tha dlrid.11I1..jol. tI1.d_. lIl 4MM&IWpsYmo i '.: =" ': tiiitF ': .t
; 18tf arms. During the past sontmer.. profiting by ua4r:1)u4iciou Cmf.bI.. Dt fit1k l WJ Litet : ,, dq; I t t ; I jg. JPf WRflRP. ". ,'.".

..,"i,11 I, "ri.ti1e MMfQft'SAL -. T the unliealthineaa of tbe eason... Ihe Indians !, alt' .4JN' J "L.i":" ""h.. "1.I .I IW 'r Mlsr: ft.\i\ i.t t.

$ ai;tbe'Jevalrjr &ore of.Mert.Bryaitf WtoV:'several :ipeurJMons. Into )the'Wuornts7eoiamiUinj boje1naybemnleIsiqq4r sad of.exteedipg XLVJ4lsxa I '.f ar : f I if.,. ':.tln_..iill 11TJJ'
clantai":4t .
x It:Haiu.Ismerlf J. Oerardtn. |:the most.cruet .murders, blessings KtsUtojbe '. 1t1" totbAlapeC. 'op wrdgL" .... em P J..II. .. ..:
diem natbar ij1iiatioD. ,Iodian. ; rs..., f .ri1Mct fV ....1 ...k kV42_ .if rvi"
usual I iib sparing .
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g. ** '.w wiUuia i. tI siiLe wla. ijjIe 'Ttrritery, GcuTajkr watt.out contwo f 5jtm U bi..op-.iunca, VYjtaregaruiainct_ 'ICIUL-I* Iflfl
Urjcguatcar (i which, by the .pw87byCeai of tbjhS4Ja atnrrJ i4!nt4 arfiv 4at Ttrl ;On Mon
prevent jperpe'toitiesXtlfi 2wt. =d ap. Frank root? jiDead* ia Bsyttsth
; Fe- commrU** believe, ; ind w U, co r;thai rtrtioo ofSuwamie Ifotue that since the election (for Presideri; i g even ojT'g more farjxeyomJ tbefbond ibathat "- it
.
*SP9W tthy m- 12y wa never formally jraiid i* C }wUbiw: uipand ;it was affMrtitncd that tha'mdJvidt.al frouiHtlUborough of even J .fflse principle,bfrelafiatioo. ot1e. '?>*sA '

': fccraaftsr. bttttflnK lecun o I- on Ibeadutnajoo of oaiajana, .wbicb Ieing a Ter. that can bflMTwrntiilMJ at tit at port.' Jt Is repwied wbojiad been.represented 'byproxey results in the.tw"o cases>re.alsolYerydifferebt| : it will bje-en,
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I IC. ritnry ceded by a foreign powar ia lint u addition-.-!TijdTafl end' his bud* UttMkeasakie oa this*floor, bad not b.eof elected The illegal fefflrn of one member to Conpressis t tiytc .

4 COUDtrL- Cb.3Uflf7h1 p ,. !, I States. resemble*) in some rcvpects.tbo cue of Florida. hare also crowed the Sawanoee Thus as a delegate to this body, tha't doubts were i a amall matter compared with the illegal return /we bate Galrrtton pa '

ILY .c_ -Tbat learned.an able wrjUir on lheJaw oJ jias- report U doobted. If any number of Indians ira in entertained whether any Delegate had been ofeigbtYhigu ti the Uoutojaf Representatives 7ihlTii.rfctf HouRon of the

: U nsciMI7.IW5JyaT.1U1g. (UT? the' tegab- tb affiirafliiiast bVdlscovered,an we chosen froni thaicoiTntyrna that as he was and which Die balance ,of )M>wer telligeneethey, >cosit mqaito
I # 1 4te ol a nations thutb-vbo has toiaM a promase any one hope MOM of them captured j called to preside over tbrfr deliberations by would be turned'n lavorof those against whom paci&'Wberfctdipared

IC *irbanbs1 .. h as conferred njpoji and him that a trooinxhi to require the .Sine Ue attack rf the wagons on tbe Mafiojia a maJority of one vote'Be felt it dins to him. ihe people! had {decided. Suchwould be the advice; j ,
thing promised, consequently cot to keep
.T x, 1rlLe Gcncrat Auinb1jb1!.- WI' I i' promise,i*lo violate the right of another, ; ands road we have anticipated a repetition of the seen** calf and the Convention that he should resign result of the Pennsylvania Legislature.

have powTiqtdgcLh! laith ,ankcrcdi of as manifest'an injo1 ice as that of depriving a of last winter,but the judicious arrangement of Ui I to them the high and responsible trust they LATEST FROM IIARKISBURG.BTTifkl8os6.tJuari borders of our'cotmtry

the State to faiie: ipdtO carry into op aerson of hi* property." Your committee beliero.hat troop* by CoL Green on this frontier, ha* iatlmida- I had conferred on him. Ho then withdrew x RAILROAD CAB. 1 leans,-have receded to the rofftataia*

oration any ipcorpo'rsUons'wbatsoeircr.JCV : the engigernents between Uie of the United treaty Slates of the 32d February'1819 ted the savages and kept them beyond the etllemoul f Iroin the House, when Mr. Brown, of The intelligence brought by last nigbits pare, BO d'Oubtfnr' wj1g
Th Generai shall fix and Spain *. Gen. baa authorised tbe L called lo the chair. Mr. Duval,
.;.; Assembly, produces on the part of the people ol the ceded Taylor purchase onr was cars from York is to the following purports congratulate ,
iterate of interest: -And the,raiaso csiablUliod'shall Trrritorics,a perfect right to be admitted into thein one hundred hone*, in addition to thaN already then rose and after expressing isis high sense Nothing of importance occurred on Tuesday a law, the wise prt.viiions.aicjt w ] .

be equal end uniform throjibout Union of the United Slate: and that the terrice to be divided among th* everal posts. of Jic delicaU and honorable course taken at Ilarriuburg-things remaining exact establish peace and security upon i '

the State, treaty imposes a perfect obligation on the United This mounted force will be sufficient to follow any by the President, sincerely regretted, thai l yinatatuquo. tier. The only danger to' besat -
JOHN N. PATRIDG Cbalnnan. States lo admit honda into the Union with an party of marauder who venture to attack the occurrence had rendered it to
equal footing nithihe original Stales, whenever may nny necessary The returns respecting the Constitution this moment must spring froai t)
ihe people thereof may ask for ad is>ion. The settlement*, and cau be concent!ated at short notice his reelings, to resign the responsible station were read according law on Tuesdiiy/nnd: spirit of the Indian Jo tbe;esst-.tribei

ON Till! SEATOFGOYERI1ET. coiumaiee offer the following resolution: for any emergency. be hid filled with so much dignity and impartially the official votcs'uhowed a majority, for the !have;iccniyenVgjteU! .f/brn,w

Tbe Committee on the Sea$ bf Government I. Resolved. That a memorial bo prepared and The St.Augustine New of the loth itwL says:- It was due said Mr. D. to the char- amended instrument of 1312.Tbe States of th had the :under consideration signed by the member* of thi* Convention, claiming acterof and this Convention that
having arne ; our people ; Iras
recent
i admission into the Union of th* United State We are informed by a gentleman from Jacksonville Senate transited business ns usda. intelligence reachied i
beg leave to repoii tbd following-- and thai a memorial together with a copy of the that he learned of the guide Torooka John, we should immediately proceed tu the election The Van Buren or Hopkins" house of quarter We bope/to be enabled

I. TIC' Seat of Government ofthe( State Constitution formed by this Convention be tent to who had just returned from Tampa Bay, that there l of its presiding officer-and he nominated Representative met in the hall of tho House to furnish some accounts rvhicli'

fir Florida, shall.be and remain permanent our Delegate, lo bo by him presented lo CongrcM. were 130 Indians ia at that place; 13 of them war- tic Hon.. Raymond Reid to fill again and did nme business1. The Anti-Van Bu l lied upon as corrects ft '
at.thVCiyr Tallahassee for the terra and IL Resolved, That from the sure and speedy the di lm uislfed station he had just resigned. _' .
-
riorx, the balance women and children. That Sam rca or "Cunnhgham1 met in the Supreme
[ the conveyance of the memorial and Constitution two He nomination would -
of.fifejuars frpm\nndafter end of hoped that the
hIGhLY
ineinltcn of this Convention shall be delegated Jones, with 70 warriors, was at the Okocciiobec. Court Room. i31PQItTAN1iaOWE .
the JiritVession'bf the..General Assembly, to and immediately after Iho adoption.of a Constitution And that 240 Indians were concentrated in that direction be usanimously concurred in by the Convention No steps were taken on Tuesday towards ADA. -:

bejjoldeji under,thisConstitution, ; and after sent on to Washington lo place those documents Lot- more to the Eastward of the Peninsula. and that they would show lo Florida the election of a U. S. Senator. Extras from the office of the Ck.J

the expiration of the aid five years, the General in the hand of the De'egate, and lo aid in fiat no parlizan, Hellish, ur ambitious views The volunteers were still at Harril> (Oho- } Eagle and IntelKgencer, ,
urg.HARRISBURC CO
procuring the most favorable and speedy action ofCongm
AssopWy stjall have power to remove were permitted to disturb the harmony of '
the'Scat Governafcnt from Tallahassee thereon. On reference to our advertising columns it wil their deliberaliona Tho vote being taken Dec. 11. folio\v log highly ,important integtj!} (
III. Resolved, Thai the Delegate in Congress borequetlftd I Several companies, we understand from true. -
cost Florida :
Sales in
be that tho Land
and :lbe sa'me at other Provided perceived viva Robert Reid
any point: lo urge and procure the admission of Florida voce, Raymond was unanimously lork and Cumberland '
are quartered the
tbiii'ft Gon rftl eUall before Onion l havo been further postponed till the 4tb day of re-elected President of the Convention. on Omceof'theEagte,
Assembly, I a* a Slate in lha of the United Slates at
expiration; of ten'years from the end of the present rcscion of Congress March next. We learn from the East Florida pat opposite bank of the river, not being able to CLEVELAND, (Ohio,) .Dec. 6. ft

T the said Erst session (hereof, fix permanently report arc respectfully per* a on )Ve*.
the, Sfeal of Government. .submitted by the Committee to the Convention. been already Bold: Uiat many of the citizen of Corresponiifca! of tba Charleston Courier. The volunteers who are here we believe t tern way-bill from Sandtuky. It aay bo
R. FITZPATRICK, Chairman. tire in the arsenal the
JOhN TAYLOR, Chairman. Georgia and the adjoining klatcs were ia attendance WASHINGTON, Dec. 12, 1838 quartered exchange, true. '- '

THE ORIDIAST. as p'irchaicr.and that no inconsiderable disappointment The attention of the House, this day, has the court house, the Lancastrian school "Intelligence just reached hen Uut

or BOUNDARIES. WM the result of the postponement. been confined exclusively to the disposition house and the presbyterian church.. It .is I !the Patriots have taken Maiden. Tfcert wss

The Committee on Boundaries, have had I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA: While Contention have been held in several of of tbe four last of the resolutions submitted here expected that large reinforcements will be great slaughter on both sides. The Patriots

thai subject under consideration and yesterday by Mr. Atherton of New-Hamp to-morrow. look 175 of thc>British regulars prisoners.1 '
have ,
Saturday Morning, Dec. 29, I83S. the adjoining State for the purpose of deviling Citizens all
instructed mo to make the following? report : measures for a direct trade to Europe, we art grati., shire. There has been no debate, and but thai in are flocking from quarter', so Office ofth*Intelligencer*1 '
the of
4 :- The following gentlemen have been requested I tied to learn that this enterprise has already been little said, beyond the excuses which sever there cOurse a week we presume Cr.Evfl.tiDOhio,) '
will
I. The Jurisdiction of the Stale of Florida lo act as our Apcnt., and arc fully authorized to commenced in this city. The ship Spring, Capt.. al members offered why they should not vole, be from twenty to fifty thousand I A gentlemen'who came'

shall rxlend over all the Territory which I receipt for account due this office. Owcns, ailed recently with right hundred bales Cotton but which in no instance proved successful persons WTC.-Keystone. stage confirms, ina, measure

by the treaty of amity settlement and limits I Dr. D. L. 7IllTC. Ga.tsdn. shipped for Liverpool, by our enterprising fellow [Mr. Wise refused to vote.] Of theadop The presence of Uie Military at Hani- tellioence. Before leaving :

between the.United Stales and his Catholic Win. BCDD Em;. Monticello. l citizen R. II. Berry, Esq. who intend bringing tion of the first resolution, my letter of yes. burg seems to have had the effect of securing mat ion bad been received at

Majesty,cn the 22a day of February, A. D., 3. W, SJUTII, P. M., Tliomaevillc. a return cargo of European goods direct to this terday apprized you. order and decorum in the Legi. ?alive ting the Patriots bad crossed
ALLIX II. BOSH, .Varianna.WK .
18l9was ceded to the United States, excepting market. In addition to this, a cargo of eighteen S The second resolution, declaring 'thatpetitions halls of the capital. The order of Maj. Grn.. ver St. Clair and on

therefrom that poition of the Territory, arc authorirod lo annoancn the lion hundred bales in waiting the arrival of tire new SS for the abolition .of slavery in the Patterson, which we published yesterday possession of the Fort. The

west of the River Perdido, the Boundaries CHARLES DOWNING as a Candidate for re. Gen. Sam Parkhill, built tho last sctson at New District of Columbia, and the Territories ol forbidding the entrance of any man in uniform of the houses was the signal

I to be as follows .'-Beginning at the Alabama election as Delegate to the next Congress of the York, by Gen. Parkhill, Major B.Chaircs and Capt. the U. States* and against the removal ol into the enclosure of the capitol, wns mencement of hostilities, wb

line, where the same leaves the Gulf of Mexico United States, if Florida continues to bo a Territory Wilson, and intended as a regular packet from this slaves fiom one State to another, arc a part ot strictly enforced, while on the oilier hin'.l1 upon the town was made,

nt its eastern point or termination with at the trnc of the election. port to Liverpool. A new hrigvthc Tom peter the plan of operations set on foot to affect no disposition to .creato disorder within the the loyalists were engaged

; the same and ibo Perdido Rivr.r, to the tliir1yfirsl Chaires, is likewise being built in New York byMesvra. the institution slavery in the several States ball seems to have been manifested on the the flames. Our informant

degree oflatiluJc, north of ihe cquater The Report of the Secretary of War will befound P rry, Tom Peter and Green II. Chiiro. and that indirectly to destroy thai institution I part of the spectators in the galleries.Mr. great ,distructiou among

thence due cast to the middle of the river t on our first page. That which relates to the; to go into tho West India trade. Mr Berry we learn within their limits." was adopted-yeas 136, I'enrose, the Speaker of the Senate p groe !

Challahoochcc, thence along the middle War in Florida i is published entire-the abstract of fia* made arrangement for doing a regular exporting nays 65.The appeared in that body on Monday, and it is i ni'"f

thereof, to its junction with the Flint river, the balance of the report we copy from the Charleston i buKincs, and has recently erected an elegant third resolution was divided into two staled that its business was transacted with From lie Niw Qrlrins

thence in a strait line, to the head of the St. Courier. brick /ire-proof store for the purpose which bow branches. great calmness, dignity and forbearance,' on Steamboat Expiation awl

Mary's river Purveyed, ascertained and established Our ad rices from St. Joseph are like angel vixilsfew n eccupics. "YVe take ploasuro in noticing theenterprise The first branch, declaring "lhat Congress the part of nil. The particular of an awful I

' : by the Commissioners appointed '. and far between." We publish tho report of of our citizens, and the improvement* has no right to do that indirectly which ii I Letter received at Philadelphia, dated II I happened on board the

. i under the treaty between Spam,and the United several of the Committee upon that portion of the which are going on in our town. Those far the last cannot do.directly" was urioptcd by 173] December 10.2 P. M.lale thai the House of this port, are given fn the

Stales of 1795, thence down the middle Constitution awigned thoiu;-but we learn many Ir year has made quite a change in the appearance, yeas, against 30 tiny*. WJA still divided, and the Sheriff with his; ncr of the 5th December.

11 of said river St. Mary's to theAtlanlic| Ocean,p i important amendments ind alterations hare been and no doubt must add to our character a* a business The second branch, declaring "that the posse, was there for the purpose of maintaining lull Natchez on the 3d

l thcnco southwardly to the Gulf of Mexico, made in Committee of the TThole. The Convention place. Metwrr. Kerr a rid Rirksey arc erecting agitation; of the subject slavery in the district order. The military did not enter the with the ship Jeanette io

: thencenorthwardly) and wcstxvardly to the u will probably fii'ixh their labours and adjourn i in a very eligible situation on Monroe street,a three of Columbia, or tho Territories, us r r Capitol. age the ship iOt aground,

appurtenant to the said Territories during the enduing week. The principal% portions Moricd fire-proof brick Horr, granite front, which means,tnd with a view cf disturbing or over. Another teller state llrat J/r. McCnhan of .separated from her. and '
whether in the Atlantic of the Constitution hare been the will little think Philadelphia had been arrested Harrisburg iJe. At one place she ? '
or in the adopted,- mliject a surpass, we any similar building throwing that institution in the several States, al -
I Gulf of Mexico. ofjianksand the Judiciary only remain for consividcration. i in the city. The greatest preventive to our rapid I against the true spirit and meaning of the, whither he had returned in uniform,, with four or five cord* of

TAOMAS BALTZELL, Chairman. Upon this subject wo learn there i is I a improvement i is the scarcity of building materials Iii Constitution an infringmcnt of the rights of r iirrd bad given bar! making for another, nhen

: great divernty opinion, and much debating i* exported which we hope will soon be remedied by the tree the State affected, and a breach of the pub some floating timber ahead, : '

which of voonc will consume time. Many lion of team saw mill in our vicinity. lie faith on which they entered into the Con- mi/fiMoriE Dec. S. p lop the engine. The
U. RELATING TO THE GENERAL GOVERN of tho Delegate aro likewise members of the Legislaltro ivi, zqlontpd liv 1C4 voni.. noni Important Placement. will be fcen bv till ihft final n-T-ja rl an/t_ ii.,. -_..
v -w w
WENT.T F. Butler,of New York has been | CV*
Council, which will probably hasten the Benjamin appointed 39 nays. the list of passengers who depatted in the as the signal to go ahead. Tbe ehgiowr,
}> CnimUlre on Relation with the UoncrnlGoveniinerl by the President, Attorney of the United
and the right of the people of Florida adjournment of the Conruntion. State, for the Southern District of New York, in The fourth resolution! divided into two Liverpool on Thursday for England, that here discovered tb.it the engine was a f ihwc'cnd
to claim tdmWion into, the national confederacy branches WOT. M. Price, E-q., U. S. Distnct Attorney point- and he'immeolatfIj mo bac c, fc
u sitat ; and the mode, form, and lime ofapphcationsReport .: Wo hare on a former occasion adverted to the the place of Wm.M. Price, removed. The firm branch, declaring "that the cou- for the southern district of New York; turn the bar, but bTore.be bad time, lo"r '

, : new policy iccommcndcd lo the War Department Church mown vp.-The Bridgeport (Conn.) Plitution rests on the broad principle of id of the number. The Now York Com turn ih'o dreadful expfosion look phce/ ]
1 That.*h.y have examined the euUject careful/! by Governor Call for future operations again the Farmer of th 5lli Intl. state that the Baptist equality among the members of the confe mercial says-'* His business wcs probably The Augusta 3 isr one of the most fngmfmfr.iincnfs (
attentively *sI .tb..zvsuli. or ilicir uiiquaieslnsl Oeminolef. We c.br.crve that the in lit
e i iufficicntoalify* thorn, thai the people report to Congress has Secretary Church in the went part of Rc&dinj, wa blown to deracy," was adopted !by |ISO yeas, against urgent, a*,he has embarked on short notice. of destruction ever* i-ecn. The
partially that ici'e1'S
of Florida have a pcrferl rgTzi to ndtninsion into but not to the adapted plan, piece with powder on the night of the 2Clh alt. 26 nuys. The collector of tint port, ubo spent last und flrhofe in hiocrj are tent into
F, Iho Union of the United Stale nj>un an equal foot efficient. The extent necessary to rcudcr it entirely The Rev. Mr. Colvcr had delivered a discourse The second branch, declaring "that Con. evening with him, hud no intimation of his trifling pieces; the bTwfriaT fall and its appur-
in* wtih'lbe erijinal *UtM. Tbs riglii your com* cstalilULmfnl of a conlinuou line there on Abolition, and had notice that he in intention, end tenanrca are
of given gress, the exercise of its acknowledged was not aware of it until after shatTtredlnloJ: tomi'-and nr&r
initlco bliove out of the Treaty of Cession, posts extending throughout the ,
grown country coc
should deliver another on the same subject on the powers, has no right lo discriminate between the Liverpool had departed. Conjecture i* ly the ontne WsBicatmi swi-i away; a
ma4 and concluded at irnshington; on the 2f .,, day 4>rFbrnary; | .1819. .The mlh articlo of tho. such portions as hare heretofore been pcnetrating difficult evening of the 29th. To prevent tint, some on- the institutions of one portion of the Sules already busy upon the circumstance. Our very small pdrftolfof ii,- & ftjo iBe ladies'

Treaty VJecJtrci'-.'tliat; The inhabitant of the Ter.ritoriewhldi of acccw, inviting the frontier settlers to their known person placed a keg of povrdcr under the and another, with a view of abolishing the I own opinion, however, very decidedly is. cibin, being all'tl&Jt'j* Icfr tiodI hat fn such
'tii* Catholic*Mijcsly cedes to tho long deserted homey and pulpit, and set fire to it. The. church was demolished. one and promoting the other," was adopted I that thc visit of Mr. Price to Europe is connected a split up conuftioinSs'to tetl plainly tfni
bounties
t United State by ,thi beaty iutl ,be incorporated granting of .
dreadful
land to by a vole of 174 with the affairs of his friend, 51 r.Swarfwout. extent6f tho'. xplosiob.'f
agninst2G
J intUi! !!Union of the United Stale*, a* wxm as may emigrants upon the condition of occupancy yeas nays. '
8 be C nti*$eat willilho principles of the Federal coiirtiluU6ri4h3 and aid in cloning! the war-these arc the measures Death Com. .VicAofjoit. Wo The fifth, and most important resolution, ." The names of sOme 'of"the :.passenger}

ddnaiUod.lo Uieenjoyment of all the proposed, most of which the Secretary entirely state, of the Baltimore are pained to was agreed tothe first branch, "tUat all at. By the New York.papers of yesterday dead and missing' :>re not" jet known; iheylugu.Ma
approves says American of tho 13lh instant
pvi4UI.rigitindmrnnnitea? of the citizen of of. tempts on the part of Congress to abolish morning received last night, we learn that was, however, not very full of J M-
I i ,that
the Unit** Slat**.* .The Royal order of the King Commodorr J. J. NiciioiroK died at his -Mr. -
nfitintbe Captain General in J Governor of Wo anticipate difficulty, however, in settling residence in this city yesterday evening, about seven slavery in the District ol Columbia, or the Piicu's visit to England ha. ,. indeed, a sengers. -

the Island of Cuba and the Florida*, is clear and the land, if lLc selection lo outdo by the Aimy officers o'clock, of apoplexy, after only a few hoars' tctrioriesorto( prohibit the removal slaves very clae connection sith the afi'urs of Air. Twenty-ei deck 'hands 'and firenJea*4.
positive nd i is from Slate another Swartwout, and that their fortunes- and were on board, and "w.bcii. cnlrctltogether .
I cl.t14su2.Iect af.lhiigl'l ; ault i. and they restricted to a small to illness. to or to decrttninate : acts ,
per.'tog only
.. .cienl evidence1 of the spirit end Intention cf the be appropriated. The existing jealousies between between the Constitutions of one of tne Con are so far similar as to make them suitable sometime oficn-tha cxplunionosi1y.] ,tight, g

.1 Liei.gvl4edat Kixlh articloof the th*Treaty.came timr The, Umtitlw King raw tnluliitajilf ; "it: the army and the settlers will! render the system Silk Count i.-The Legislature of Vermont has fcderacy and another, with the views nfure- companions for each other. Mr. Price is -nld be found. .* f

of Ui Tcrrilorieiap. ceded nliall% bo *celf jslfo htph4bo

in the frof cxercuMi of their religion, wi lionl retriclioni appropriated as military bounty lands to all who per pound for Cocoon, CO cent for each pound of on which the Union of. these States anti if what the Journal ol% Commerce states wa b19y12jiw4rdQffifly. [et.aiuLco lrrT.1 -

i and that tnosc who) 'may desire to remove toIbt would occupy them within a etahd period giving raw silk, and 20 cents per pound for sowing silk,all rest, and beyond the jurisdiction of Congress be true, he deliberately planned hisdepnrturu ed to get ashore by using'one side oftbepi-I

Spsrivft Darhlntdns'thall bo permitted lo srllor emigrants the privilege making their cum ithctlon. to bo tho native product of the State. Raw silk,iiis ," was curried by it vote of 156 to 53 ; and by several ingenious manoeuvres blinded lot bx.wouutct1. Tho15iJ--- *-- -- -" -

tnay export st tcrP Utei/itSSicUrsjrJnUve A kpvpMnt'wUli; ih order ut beiag thai they*ub* Military colonies could thus be established raid, can be raired at about $1,75 per pound'and and the second, by a vote of 129 to 73. Thi Iho eyes of bis friends and family in regard to i iijed.jrcsntThga.

jectA C.lIS.CdO I9utci f and tliwio who prcfurKmaiQjaclB --the country speedily settled, and the service of ten pounds of cocoons will rn'ake a pound of raw last branch provides that all petitions and his intention.On Iprt.eittug 'i1

>lneFrforiias.fiIiall( bestliiiited as soon'at"pfHbT the settler called into immediate requisition.. Corjgrc silk. The premium* on the cocoons and the raw papers touching slavery bo laid oil the, table, the evening previous to his sailing, in 4bem was.:one; female, paetigvQi

.l.ttTslenWme'nt" 'nlltlio HffhtRofdtisevwbffM I-
z. the first article ITmUd of the tAkte Constitution The of tmd the vcction United of propriatiuu until too late to take possession of the. and leave the silk a matter of clear gain. Raw or any action whatever., Mr. Price said be should start for %Washing of.the 7et

of reprcaeritl Iber country before the commencement of summer. silk is worth from |3 to $5 per pound. These resolution*. nncietL ns.tHov havn ton the next nay. and he actually sent one of era found on thq deckno, :doitts ciatq

r tire* sn*U pwl exceed pfor q.vefy thirty tlbtneacn 4 If as staled by come the land i is ccncraliv barren "There. been, by such 'large, majorities, must give hi* sons to wait for him at tho "Philadelphia taihed that thLa eapJoaion.was,tli 'result f>

I aa itit& ttiaiijiavepUeaiaoiiFrfpreccniuuve"tvclio df ihtf fctrrtKurtido doclurc and worthier, and the swamps, hammock, and And Belgium1 was a Capitol sound of.bad revelry gathered by Ihtro.ll night-, quiet to the Home, arid to the country, (for boat; and he was BO wailing while his: father culpable,negligencco, on the prtof the engineer. -" L
:t
this a
everglade of reclaimed and her session at least. was embarking in the Liverpool. Immense > ;
"that a *tissAsy tft'lfmUUl by Congn into uniusccptiblo being and r beauty cbifairy,and bright : i"F :
; improved The lamp shone on fair women and brave In the Senate, nothing ,of moment sums of money have-been ._ __ .
lh V *> X iti *l o deolarpd in the Cent titutioa wo can imagine no good reason against men ; was passing through t
z Ual ''ilUrfiiics i w do,nndr, th i authority, of. such appropriation. It is much t o bo regretted thai And when mu,ic arose with its voluptuous swell. done. The graduation land bill was taken: the hands of the district attorney for a long From the Taxcioo* '
InteIUgtn er
the Uiuted Bute* ,Kail be the supreme law of Uioland1 the administration,having charge of the'Souuuii ole Soft eye all. locked love lo eye thai ppoke** agal, up, but postponed to Monday, when Mr, time. The extended bonds ho claimed the; TIIEi'OMBlGBY- EvEflpNFiRE '

:' The obligation of the treaty, or contract war, have been so fearful of expense or'rwponjibibility And went merry a* a marriige bell. Clay, of Ky. will speak in opposition lo it. right to retain at his office for collet lion, and I Mr. J. ':HI. Co9 .
jzptetutiiigtbe1 -
: betv o U United BtatM nfid Spain,could linreKe After a Jong .wearisome. interval, the season :
_ d tri.iifor.tsLtny time li'sretofore if in all their former policy. The"outlay of a of fun, Hash ,and frolic, for which our magnolia tlwy'amounted to millions. fThn m oval of aJcGrew'31ioaf ,ji'fi.r boriogrtoe
trui.jMOAls tfjFVopfla.; jus1 Considered *hem.elvcsth few thousand dollar in the commencement of the t of '375 feel- his"a itjdddnr
_. { girt city has, ever been famed/' baa at last com The Pennsylvania (Controversy. letter depth uger ..
COj reoui bihitica uf & Seminole difficulties would have aavcd millions expended and
; S4t fl ieuuzcat; nd they may'nuy, ir at anytoferenco in prosecuting the war-and present ap. inenced. An Egg-nog party at the generous and from Mr. Buchanan S. Senator, from Legislature Misouri appears, to be i dropped, entirely disappeared.1' Iri ttb
pearance* indicate no speedy termination of the mirth-loving B' -a Dinner after the manner of the Pennsylvania, to tho editors of the National engaged in the discussion of the, proper tneth soace brsome several moments, a dee|> b'L- ,,
toapIU i t.ftihir determination to contact. "old Virginian*," by the hospitable| Mr. Wnand Intelligencer fully, although briefly; explains I od to punish Col. Z.'Taylor of.ihe ''U. S. low sound ,waabling '
: fbt up./etr lb aM lr0* and ndopt *ueli a rorm ofjU an Assembly Ball BrownV noLt
at Room;each did they this matter. Philadelphia I Army, for his .of :.
embraces
report an
>> have.ojcclod from The pytem'heretofore county engagement in
gotn y dcJcgatps all punned marching large
_
below
: : not follow *o rapidly, might constitute an era io aman's 17 election districts, or precincts and Florida in, which hercflicted ie #
t' tlie ouniioi ui'tM TcVrKorv to ascnibie here and armic through the country ,ha been found insufficient has upon the coil _j# .. tjt
m V'Conciiltttiobf'-Tue: W 1819 life-a green pot on memory' .waste- 17 In the duct of the 'Mwouri volunteer from the SASh tbUsji'
treaty granttfc'W uir- fbi th) ca'plura of the Indian, and most be returnjudges. Congressional election ?. ,Col. 1\:
Uitn tli&rit: ; tnd the kln of pain, jibe more so since the Indiana are Ksttircd in small The summer season ha*been one of cirife and con a majority of 10 oat of the Northern enjoys high reputation in. Uie oimy, pst; $&%K bof
_ on >C ttoihifh taltc\lng parties, who*,'dotfcKlanl It tentln-pcliUcs have raged even in the dog day*-, Liberties distinguished ti
the of fraud upyery-aim
soldier
parties over C Urge of *.ndae able on ground by which arid a man, of the! nicesl bOTt1irteSCence oi i
trajt o f Ui ; art vcf, tlf Viji m* t ;aM roi..Uiem extent country hand-bill and placaid have been thick ', boiling
that the) ioU bo admitted to the eojoyment of sit (0 elude the troop* and fajlupoa.lbe elllcmcct In "leave l In Vsl( a* a* Mr. C. J. ingersohVtheVan Buren candidate sense; and It ho.did ,an injustice 'ha.I polnnd! h'o (o tie '
ambrosia
the rights and privilerea of.cititOJ ,4 f-Oi. United too rear. We bin liear oouiptajala.that a regular stalked and loco-focofcm ha: was returned as elected, although Taylor, portion Qf hU cornmtnd we are perwadcd i{ gishnes: 'of4b Ml SS''
abroad
s- campaign had hot .tUen commeVced by .peneral al noon.day. The respective merit the.Whg candidate hn'd a 'largo:majorily of was ectifiily.iininteotionalf Politicins shouitj r ;.rf v&wi itiSs&ySrriver. -*
of >
the
leaders of
cup4 tMJ'i trit' Li07.bouIdtbit Coa ire ho'wiiir'sLtlaflcd p.irtic and of their purtizans the votes. *The derision hud 'reflect 1 Lhquu ri '
I Taylor. We "Uiat idie diiJKtuition Iho Union Bank that litllo; n'p'e'ffecf( whatever well be fore,they attempt to drag .offi barfbeWr.ong<* ndl
( monster with ;
) '
wars
or
of ilrt Ujidiclbd on'tlie election for the State cers otthe dpan
troop *, and1wirt'prore Lcgistnfurc army bcforp 1i.'b9rn1
rather tumors* of war, have )been : courts martiaj, for al
? *':" Tou' comm rnuch tnire cSeetual for th. proloclio, of the1 inbaoitapt > aa wearying to for whatever''receiving or rejecting the vote hedged inaccuraces in officja) ; equalto the purest '
Utjbe;
us a* a, "thrice told tale the reports. ,
I : te-Hg-g) oee to4 f admUKc flt81bri. *, snd we hat every otiCdenct that noexci'. man." flow refreshing, vexing ihen.'to dull ear of a4Gw.7 of the Northern Liberties, the'two Tan Bu- rear of political partixana ome n'.iam'iite Togralif ,, t ;j I

daYapd ktsjp oatdth UMotlrrtlbr: tipM wilt Msptrcd by the Goneral! 'to prevent i.ihet'4.redtIona thai of torn from candidates for the: Sennit, and tho'eight 'ofthtj, breuu of officers of the.American fire
any oUuergoq4bI S k4pp'i7 oL of costtnplalloTj such sceneto that which mot Ar J14** V%* '
5' for he "'Jlj rw WB% /Uj** J\j lF** r Wand
that bodhpicc.o 181 M+w14icb. *' bifrintiert > > JE.i tire eye in the Ball Room .lat Wednesday night ted House Representative..*, were elec' my, and;that Ariny.jnslead being tba Ptid Ibkwbofc) !* *orfsfe ofUfr? 4It- 'S n*
4tiirfr -'roc-d luU'pbjecl} boweverrlbe">bs(* rnnsf Wksr4 by a considerable majority and nod defence of tire I
| Andirho' lhadpya are fled when beauty bright 'they. ; country, .will bccoma its burning coifibg iflwne of n r>st" lisutiful
to dt* b.ad 'tdV4I & 4tto tip 'vkoti were returned S* *MBk
tr&y' during tle Tbe idea iLit Hhetr accordingly is elected !
yrr. hctrtj ba to the
our .
>
-- B w v*, w*almost fancied we were ')' appoaraneej beo! 1XJt! hea
,frp vs1ioul4 -M withdrawn into ipmmer.qosrtenwptt In Jklahometi seventh Heavenor Secretary of the commonwealth, by a major Mobile bi&b;
PC : at the gates of Chronicle., areadr cattondexl Abut V ( L4
W'nrjploded! tiff the warl. t ftinstedj'So far P r 4je-.-Ursl ibo oa.tnusie of,th. SpanUh dance ity of the reiorh judge*. Byway of rctaliatloa uttdJzr4-ibe reflettioli' itVP'tliI

tiod rTJdtTorkdn1u1.n b44 on je .r saaf 6ir lofetiniiienforbbwrtallb 'exiondJ, 'then las that of the spheres, and tUt the gentle fig ore* fof the conduct ijof tbe Van, Borch"judges, In : horizon in the x
_ commiUM brli rftlaallbe mud t'tieW4 fcss t en foU riiitj'tdnoig the iroopt whltt In keFJotfdi.'Tbflf **/.?Injf in Ihe nazes of Iho dance were durk'tyedBoUri the Conpettfonai'Mtora)' a 'mihorily of six NIio:1ti: : Dec., 10 :' :nightpressyr ; fl15
_ (,dird4 I& iwIgA A .tb iI IialIhIr&t ) Whig re uro'judgts met,4I Money Markef..L.Walr' st k ? _
______ At any ruth;we could have sworn'thai this rejected allihe; 1 fldtb
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reb nani'6f-ihi'sfitfi rrftraetiV hi* tYp1fln I f wo nko M s *.* 'wa* Jeplha'* votes glreti b 1Tttn( tht'erection' 'disttfrii t .ionl a.ne gteftJ. Ccttcrnenl OtZt ;' fl reat nct.teUn4 .tiP
l e i'e M tl r W'' lfct' JdIi ; aun thIk ILeJ ) ** Ttitr r *" T' : ;Tbig ticket as ejtctod lo the State Uegisiaiur yatert ha4iik1od. ''icoFhhds,
f4iiom
.. h.is bk country duriaf the entire suntm.r, sad ofih.O indbjrcjoo $,byldc4. jbiL'y
:. '_ tef skko s ocettrrs J se pt*fhtta J/iinl t ?
_ 4HitM ibst tfTh3i J! ill rfUarty Ufch ifcVtf tOffitSfliBW bVUt r"Th t) r.
Rebietary ottheiC
Moihb
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iDiv $ 1&tIeL lL
__ HJf f W. lth 'npli5 i iptUuat Iurethe return'nfthe sy j L
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ira*.published!: i inj. l\1arc g ;,P"!!!! .:TUSTicceivcd. .: from New Orleans. THE br,TIM OLEON,Clatkma./* :1ir-pumtnVe;3apetiociCourt ef a or Deire LeaD of the Honorable tbj.1 "; -B\ttJl1 )J.A4I11.o.II.lt f'i.A;;' Aj2;:. .1 t *J

ter, for freight apply46. CoaiHr* Middle DM ". ,
Sidea. :
rtfi tJ vw 1500 flteon \.I
We learn from t 1Tewp ; 1000 Ibf.ibs. Caavassed Hants. f ROBT. LYON. di&LrYiwida or J shall .oe.eLftid1aathe. par, vjr Y **?T i).flfl.rWBE&EAS 1.,. J !
lEoIrenc4iitVeaiul OD- Dec!28th 21 infant f1eirs oCz. Ci 0
Tallahassee. 1838. For
dial Ur." Courauc 4000 Ibs. New Orlcana Sugar. .d deceased, ,*eIedion toik bsh&eojtfeafcy.th j ;i
cnbed
for.he State of lUrodo- Wand, who? ,went 20 bbU Rectified Whiskey. .- fe east JaJlcb !lying i. ra 8th day Jr;Odsltei. 18331-Wdrt sVt1i rf.Dt- ]
halt the ,
l imi ; 1ibtfearer hela.ID FOR NEW YORl ,north lepta to the -. *
t in tli GJVe 5 do Old Monon ser.itp tweal1-one weSt Senttad for dSa .etu .f Dev'lepfe .' J .. li
(ot.a passenger ; the hair ,of dl north '- 'f -- 1.
< F.our. fine brig to =
Western rHlHF
IIAI.L9VELLJ. the"HotwaeT
io'ft Ffcnch Go. -rn- d) westIfrterlt .CtiOfl .UepreaeiiitlJvM., 1[ +*. .. = r II"tf, -J'f' ,. *-
twenll-'o. -
IT:t1, ofdcpatcbi 10 do New Oilcan Molasses.Jok JL Smith .Va 1er.- ll.ivin* tno'" of LititO*. tCle adol the weal : i 'Nov/tlteftf elaVuriuiaiira tIf '4 !
sauI -L
Ms- toM Mfiira m.1t"h.a..6.
bur. arrived atPrfb. on way nail iwcsl 'quarter ot r 'lion. t'vetity. ( : ..
with .
I
I : Inent. Ks Lard. her cargo engaged, wi _qoifkdespilcii. lwo. f; ii .pp ar< fr xajUMel crr* MtnnaLmli...4. '
Bordeaux. We fllrthl1"t'arn. that the exertions 10 ba LgllllyrCoffee.. Apply to th? Master or tn tajJ saLe and Jo; 1f I Ea J I
js to best public out-cry before the COOfllODse oftieiaUr received bf flw) f d. b.9/ prodahd trv!
of Dri Gourand.in i elation uflV red low for cash. \ \ \ McNAUGtlT.SI. the
'hidl !
a.-e dlJoJr. following individual
and'cf\res in the 'eleetrd
to the duialii
t. city of T Id
.to the UtF4rsoftt1e French ship Alexan P.H.S\VAI.MC tflif.>. Marks, Dec.2)lR39. 21 3i .he ttbd, y of January, 1 89* ah.5se, Saturday wit : From the Wwtera' J.diciE DistrIct Be'ja, j C.o iii.vi 1 1 M r c'it'Ii iE.SALCDYWe ...

his :'. Marks, l1e. 2StM83S. '. I. min 'D.Wrijbt, ysAiJS.ays.
Walker
dre have been so highly appreciatpd by FOR BOSTON. SOLOMON G. DICKOM, Oeevge- .mad Qeotstft i, .
p Consul -SA I'1'- pulwlantial Schooner BU' Oee. 3,Jfi33I I II t5 Hawkins from the lliddfc Judicial Diat/i, WiJV ;7vk .A vcrzoL ', ;
full
THE -
arrival in France he wa* nppointed FOR 1:__ n '_. !...-. -- I .
Master will hadtspmtch. \ utiii r.isuvaivWMlira JUily, James A. cAd.mInktrT.rsg tale.,
. besides I 1-I1.IIII.LlIobart, I Iyvoti Bcrihelot .II
jjilb'a salajKof $3,003 per annum g N hand and fur sale.2yOO ; and A e. and Charles H., Donbnt from the Ea.steinJdd, .W1U.h.". the MgbeM bidder _
I\ with the ', bushels Turks Hand Sn't. For deck frciglit pa i-p erson? are hereby cautioned front trading ; Jfoodtjr.to .
!
il, pcrqtmjHHtad was decorated 3-0 sakn Liveroortl, l Grun Alum do. "ago. apply! lotheCaptftiriori board,, .L f? A Certain Bole of hand for fir, hundred era Isaiah District'D. Hah,John Warrec, William J. MUhsaw4 ''Iit tm33fispn 8c1D1Ief :t.he Planutiou be thu74gaw .'
and
16. and ; from the 6akoa.a. if.
Jlexor. FISIIKR fiftyldoflar.gjyen SoutbornJiid.ini
htfy CETTON & :
, Cron of I Kpof lao l.bs! Iri-h Politics. tO by the subscriber f) Vor- v
!
-
die D. Dis ict. W.Uiam Marvin! and to the Home tffti&, .r*r Like JlMboa -8*.
,
t& .- 200 casks Tiiomaston Linr. r.c.2j833. 21'J Uusey, or bearer. S-iid "ute was given (or ; .of Re* t wagon mad?
H certainjract of land prescntaUfes, to wit : ,. haiitovU heatl'eanleO bpslbvslsoCcr4
[t 50 bbU eo r.uion gin. lyil1K on the Ocilbi rirer in I .
.f EPISCOPAL CONVENTION.TlCE : 2" d. H8..rird Cor.hi.t14.! volt UALT1MOHE. Jelfersoncc'unt.v; Florida, dated lIomt"time the 1st From the County of Ec.rabja,>Tlioi.kUBiont]!! 19 Macks fodder 9 cotto(poa, ploagJw, bod

: *u hereby given that the DleclingoClhc casks Bacon JawU. THE superior Clipper Schoo r of AugUJ. isa-} payable the Ut o and E. L. Drake. / .e mill;*i4 taoeaCo1Jt4ctiDt. *c. tc. ,Aid M Tuesday -
C January
.ncxtaniui l Convention of llio PrtCf' >laiil Ep'w- '- P. 11. SWAI.M, & Co. FULVIACator, "master will snail r and ,2nd by U""id 10: M. Scott,is le urit).n"xt.'rhe From the Cow'tl"of Washington, WasLinglot i (iUowingthslgday of Jaftha/jr w,-Talb-

; copaliChurrh: in Florid, will be held in St.; Johns MarkAec. 84th 1B38. ai3t & the above port in ten days! for d. k note was aid by m, OI> the 26lh d.JY of November Tabor. .- < hasvoe-it' '! .-:-- i/.ra II

: CLareh.Talla'I' utIOfI on Wednesday llio 16th of Jan Jmry -8'. f I freiht or passage only apply to c la.: beforj it became dn-i; ,nd not given up. a If' From the County of Walton, Daniel McLeod. and' -TWtTV1'flREENEca' .t
about .: : -
REWARD. will not be 4
1 1839. ; FJDOl4LARS tin paid by meunUs, compeUe'dDec. From the :
| County of Franklin ;
I l11 Hiram
bo duly* in 'tbo Captain on board at St. Mark: or to course O1iW. Manly;' / rtco'o".
Divino Kervico may expected from Lake Jackson on Thursday DAVID SCOTTwnflX7wBri' From the County of "- .
Calhoun E. J. Wood.
3 Church during the tension of the Convention; STRAYED small BAY MARC,one .bit; BETTON & FISHEUDeo. a I 40 From the The JI ?are.accliaoated' sod] Unii aDtd 10
!11 : 20, 1835 21 21 County of Jackson, William! S. Bf oor- field work. Tcnucudf knoVB :
t. CJ day'
and .
her feet
Dee. 29"LEON 18.k'. forefoot, Ions tail hor-s c'n fare a N oU e. ing and J. Brett. t
'
L sumiiou COUKT. ratessddle lmr -also a Mnze in her face, For Rcw York. V Pursinre ofa,, Order orthe l1oi. From Ihe' of ByorderotiheAdaii s tor.
first Leon
. I JDd & of ;County / w. Bcyu.rmah. TalIahiasie5' Dee..1 1aX: ja.-4g
reward MARSHAL NEY T\ .
above
Th falltaillng ;
ri-d. Brig
Pf lition fur dower in tlU1E"ward other marks nut reinc.ml jJIIE OI-\ the petition ofth heir William Trtadn-ll, D. '
McRacny and -A. 'L
: EXPXRTE ) j F. 'a.1, jH"'CItIRY. Aii,2Lau4
__
said 'l .
P Grant Veslaloof, Durinl C. Craft L and alul'en..c.. p.id to whoever will return mailer, having mo4 of her cargo enga..d o. .. l. del'.. I. as Guardian ; a"u"h. ",'.

( CMPcd- mate to the bubseiiber nt Like Jackson.JONATHAN will suit% with dispatch.: For freight or p ssahaving ::< t.-r\Jiculather8and; | as Attorney for From the County Madison faa.eI -1"--
Grant. Micaj..h
I .nd Pcnina are notified of the films of saiu. pl'li MOUNTAIN.Dac.SD. I good accninmodilinn, enquire of I. 'nil J persons 23 3tv U'.M. MCNAUGHT St. Marks. I t1 PGhliCicryb2fone land.From g-. d.7: 't
18"8. the -
ALL be heard and determined ; th8C ort ITou4e d'or of
will
and that tho tame in County 1lsmiltGn.Villiam M. "
tart of Mr. n.B 1Ii& : : -
iXrl
Doc. 15.-19-tf. >e City ,o| Tallahasaec Reed : WiB: J uo. -
on SATURDAY
.
of said CUUlt.t lhtbul' .
STOLKN.
> atvxt&1ri1Ter1! HOUSE also 1ft '
Jtll like/y on jTegrber For "nUt
day .It .
crDECEl\1DEtt J'O
,, I
21 4t lt, desrit'ed From the County of ip.
Dt'io 25 lU. S. Dr. W. W. WndJels lubtcol'! ife'lnes- FOR BOSTON. : L J Colaeilln. James NebhUck. I II ply to Mr. it S. Hicfi wEd" :
_ __ _ H/iuuAi 1 D : The cast half of the From the q Boot&. _are
\ -----r--- ht JL Thursday nigh', about the I9.li inst. T: I1EgcndB:1 .\ALCKNUS-f- sodth-west I County f Alacbaa Archibald fully authorid to
( SALIi.-VI) ki-gb Halliuiorc 'iualily) .Jay or : UarLcr tll, west hal( 01 the Soulh-suL 1fcNeill.From!. dipose o/tb awrrr meatfba
FOil butter warranted. a smslf Indian PONEV, His mane had been recent, fied: Master, will hive q lick (ltspal"bFor Ie \\"e, I vf the n'Jrth-cast quarter, property and make cooveytDcca.. ;JaV. 'Taccaas

". 10 kcg'1'I N. Y. Orange Co. Butter warranted.) ly roachedbUt(10ei in a very rr n:h Inannar, his deck freight or passage only nppljf east hair of tie i north wca quarter of and the From the the County of Nassau, J..L. Thiffptn. Moon residing 6a the)premtsee will! iie .....
quarter Section aine
the hoof to thc knee in a _County of Duval), S. L.. Barrett and
000 IbA.fchcesc.Flour logs w ere triincd from veryrac to the Captain on board nr to /Towns'il' property to any ptrion dsetuftbsnis ,
: rRane0Lnc'north and west Gabriel Priest.
l Rum &. fir ,;.( hynERY cil 1 manner, he is H Ray and has a \ery bhott BETTON 4- FISHERji J I aiuirgr j co" B.Ott tOOm.
WhUkey, be the .
same more or less. The From tho County of fit.. .....'. v i 1..1.. ._ .
BOND. s.nall white in his fare nfOIly tntmd, .i ] .. .. .. j Cct.291838. -
has 2 J Land -- -
I\ till a which Doc, J2d 1833.__ 2wj_ I will.be?old for one-fourth of th..* rnr"._.. E. R Gould. j u ff. f** UV UU .::9sVALUABLI
11. J.on of hia thighs, -" .
nt
21 led 3.11. one 1'1'Iney
I- f nu" "' .CHn'l". .". _____ arc Lr..n not recollected.or Ar.y person rettirttng the ram -- FOR NE\\ YORK rnnnths paid down from, the nod the residue in From. the County of Mosquito William II. Wil!-I' en .jpRoirMxt FOR .

II.I... 6, ji9t&YEDO1tST01iEN. pciney, or miy sult-firtory infonnntum lItho ubscribT THE superior Barque GENTL IlIncc 'tIll b<- ra.lc of the day laud or sale- and con vey. liams.. !. SALE .::

l Wagon at the Planters Hole!, on the shalL be su'.tibly; rewarded. \ MAN Woodward master. I Havj.part r.fi hiking from I him a nnrU-are the to the l nS rurchas'r.! From the County of Dade, Richard .Pitzpatrick. THAT Valuable Property situated cilfoorotf

I FRO iiiKl. a dark SORREL HORSE about 9 W.\1. I1II.LIARn. '-_... oilier cargo ready, will lie. bond to secure the purchase on Fro!,. the County of Monroe,Joseph 0. Browne. at', the South West corner of W4tb

t 10 tcar4 old, heavy builtbroad breeci% and a lil' :. Tullahas', Per. 27th 1838.: ailfJIAHSHAIASSALK n atchit d for the above port without delay JOHN WIHTEHURST money From tho County Gadsden, Wm. D. Me Call mgtoo square is *ffered:at'prrr*u "). The

or with while star in hie excellent accominl. Guardian lT and Isaac Furjjerson. Buildings are at pre occjipfcd by Mr.Davi
inclined heavy car, a : freight or passage having the infl1nt heirs, of W.lloughby
: For the Conrectuner
of KDwls.
(forehead and is a regular )acer. Five dollars re. lions, apply to the!: Captain on board, or to Whit"hul1ll, and Attorney in (fad for Mica- I County Jefferson, Albert J. Dozier,* HAiebtta/aj tic Waich-
t will be lo jtcrnon who will return B Y vir-U'i' ofn writ of Fi. Fa. i wued out r.f HOLTllLL jah 'Viii ehDnt. : and Elias B. Blackburn. man Printing Office, the U. 8.'.r Master.

ward given any and all reasonable charge the SUi'ri..r; Court of I..r-n county, in the M 1 d- .Mai, II NOf'.2Jt I 1d3i3. Given under Geo. & E.Linenburgw, an.A.B rt&eiottavEsu
eiid Horse to the subscriber, Ft. k", DPC. 1,1'3-9. mv band. sJ the City of t.-rahlllece
dIe District olJViid.t. in which Sootn! in Lee, at-! 16dLsI'UW1fl1trfltor's The Bitnutioa for bnsln_ '{_.. ___ ._T theible -.
tho CV-y; hole! -' --- ...'.,i. ..I". -" .In. _I" .__ -.f .L n n" ATM _/_ _-_ .:
puiJ. Apply at JOhN M. MILLER.Doc. t..rollrf8amuel M. Hill.!!, dec. is plain: :iT! andE1'ora Foil I.IVEHPOOLJTIlE Notice,- .tu %iuj vi w-vcuioflr, m inpyear or our in the Cit7JAppIy' t* WM P. DUV A ..e-
Lord thousand
') V21 3t John i i' ll'nd"llt, I have levied IIp'.n nod Ship Geneva J.. Hal;. ii-r, A LL per fons indebted to Jimes1.- I'Parish c'e- eight,one and of the eight hundred and tl rly. No. !. 10-J4 I 1tfAjof.C1tu.jfskiui. r it

29.1338 shall bell nljublic salmon Monday, ihc28h: : Jay ofJanuary will be ready to receive cargo uf -Cmceased, I late (II Jefferson Independence of the United -

; fcrrItr'ofTflri1aT nx?. in laI hours in front of the Courthouse November. For fJ eiriht applyROBERT I called up to make immediate county are hereby;. States tho sixty-thud.. R. K. CALL. LaWN t1ee. .S-- ;
< to the subscriber
1 MIDISOJ COOXTY. ) door, I/1'' No. 42 and 46. in tlio ori i"arlan\ LYI. ,and all *> \0 whoa iymtnt die sad de'easod Governor of Florida..Notice. T HOS. H. DU A-ttorney.tUw.Ffli

; ill nOI'OS.IS will be received fur bniljin a of the City of 'rotl I ihasico, with nIl the improve. TallhiSt 'tn"'r 27th, tHS 2 are indcbll'd. cither Cu'On8 oy open account rm.pra5 llcem .0 foas of JITidd FferiThe -

.' sjT COUItT HOUSE in the town of M.iti: $.,n, nunts thereon, levioil uf'mllll'l the property of the JR&7 will present the Mrne i-rop-rlV notes vouched or from the drawing'of..Deed*, Bond;' Jtfmgta;

until the fourth Saturday: in February next. Thchuit.Jillg laid John E'jorn, and to be suld to satisfy t-aid writ FOR NEW YORK. "those indebted re-lcct to settle: within STRAYED subscriber an I other legal instmmcnU. |tromptry ftttendcdio

wiil be 40 by C2 fc't,1W' Blot ics high-tho i to law. a near MIDticcllo Office in the same room -cupjtd WIl1"P. Da-
cordinp bl
brig Nimrod, J. Smith,jr. master,My r1?Ietine'lh.IV will'finJtber papers in the : a Lay HORSE.The vjl. .
with Cupola: in the centre. The SAML. H. THE bandi only unJer the Union Balih
roof lo be hip e-1), a DUVAL.Dcc.27
; I receive cargo. For freight or age proper; Mncci-s, ill the suLK.ibcr is deter | mails recollected is a white
base' ofthc wall* to be nine ;'inch?* thicker than i i" 13:1.l": U. S. Ma ha1. mined to sr.ulc the eat the letlbbvo < and ) spot on November 28.b I83a-18
__ apply to tiMsster on board or to II. LY{ at n early a d 'f 851103.ible. < cr busby tail, it w supposed raid
of I'li' size. The na sial for building 1tENT Nov. 10.-14-tf Tallif-e. : MAWIINPALMCR, Admin;.'or Horse will make his w ay up into Georgia. A liberal BOOK AND
tit ions tu JOB !
the floor and
t PRINTING
D.c.
-
be 18 f.cthigb pa : I
to C33..
t T1TO Plantation at Shell Point: NBW YORK? reward will be given to any person who shall deliver :
be divided into f ur room*. 20ly FOR
II 'lie rnaJo of Brickt him
oc-ujiiod by Mr. A.'urrt'sttr to me in Tal!&hl.re ; or m'onnaiion
22, and passage: 1C by 40 feet with two portiroos I",-U,,, } i i. oflered lor rrrt then!u- 6.caI1E Brig BIORDICNtJtas. .I i I v ELECTION NOTICE. respecting the same will be thankfully any received.

( 12 by 18 J supporte'l by pJars-3t..ail't'll-.e: tot I I I jug ar. For terms and further in. ; trr. Fortnight 1 ssaZe A ELECTION for Intentlant And Wardens E. CLARK. ,
3l _
L._
in the >go and terminate in ihe Portico to the tcc St. J ML (.r tu for the City ofT llabasce" for the
commence pas thcr: illr irma ufl, apply to apply iiii nt I will ; yr 1633, Tallahassee. Nov. 24th, 103*. 18 Of
; lIb vi-the building t-. be lathed anti pla>tercd. I.I, Li.I I ni'iin ". [!.beri Lyjn.Nov.2ith. i j be held in the City of Tallahassee, on the dm 'JlOlUA.S caS "

This story 10 .\\c four fire pieces; lour tloois, anrt L Ot'r. e-W 1838. SOtfI'UliLIC 18'P.DISSOLUTION.::: J6-lf .Vondnv m January next. Tdwin JG.. Tilling- IAGNER. -

12 windows 3-'lights 10 by 12 inches: each. has' Cn!. Hash T.: Fisl.er!. and Tilman! J. Fiench ATTORNEY AT LAW, S5 Z

Th*. upper Story to ba IU l feU hii! -to have the I SALE arc a'rrointetlMal1.ersofthe election. Tallahatscc Fla. t

an I two Jury Room. OF ttOVERNMENT STORES. C.II.r.ern IIi 1). /riiiums:( & c.A-omi- Polls! to \\x 9 03oa t"
Court nllom 40 i.qu.IrC T1ll oprncd at o'clock q M. and cl<*ed ILL
-
.. be 'Jatlied I !lj, l.a- ir.s this di\Y dissolved! by j'l I' at five orloek. P.M. printiee in all the Courts of ifiddle =
andceiPng to '
17 by 20 feet each-paitiii u r HK 1: foilowing; conal'mnc.1! l t-t..iei will I.e s 4Jat \Tm UJLLIAHD, '' Florida. Office -
n pillars l to |II l(' sent and I' I ccnlcct ; (I.e undmi.;ucdV Dec 12. l.v\ & adjoining that of Leslie A.
Milt plil.lcreJt."oIo'tlld.- tspport J1. | ublictule nt .t. Marks o-i the !:)Ih.1) ; Inun.lant Thoropson.
the buck. through t'i.! j noirrearne>ty! to call : E--q. [16|
i cilill-tht j jtidycsbc It i') tc place: with of Di-cember, ivsi.ll.fw'J ) up ilidct// |
fivn and the cd to the late firm for asp. ely seltioni: Exccutor.s"olice..
f
no the pariiti.'n. rnisod <.ct, platform 1 pounds BJCIU, I I Tallahassee Female' Seminary. .
12 by 17 feet for Atlurutnl.Jle un.1 l scat: to \1.1I4IIII 1J2 barrel Flwr, rircumsunecs entirely fi bid a loag.rhItflC1. llXmontjis aficrditel shall apply to ihejud-e I A permanent Female School will be TAI LAHA.S8E& ...1
Jf Ihe .
openet( on
One the other ol the Iinhs.iLecl.if'lYs bj County Court Jett-son "
18 inclcs from the-floor.; two Jury boxes one H, 1I. Montirellrt olr the fcetllii- and discharge nu- brgs !lear'tf
and nine for spectators in font I ;present purpo from the .
(>Ia each: sile. seats S.t1e\.take half 12 tiVlock Executory Of der the suitorfutendcnce of 1
f n Miss flort
pl.ucut past or
E. White dcccai-ed and Miss respectfully to inf-nn hi.friends and tbe
lare d.iors. the aff. irsof tin: c late of said awe
County.JOS. generally
cflheJudgellsl.ftlhf'lIf-mallandtwo! ; the arrival of the Car fr in V'alah! 'p cc. nccm.DARIUS 1'icrce, compmmf inaUuction ih oil the that ha is
\VfA\S department prepared la
.execute whb-'neaf-
with windows.. U.icksliuc and lumLer it 1 isj !. WHITE. of
f H.II.l'r"TOCnl" :. English Education
txpect..dill be furni.shoj inilc n"i-!libor.ooJ., { A. U.. M. JOhN A. CJJMonticcilo D... !h. J8'13. -V..-T./"'tA'''_' Modern Lanvuswct. Mu..il. ..n-I.; n.also...:Ancient_. and Plain ness aDd despatch every variety of'. ., .
D. c. 18, is:'d.of olrl1jJi.t ----- -- -'ii. nnd Orn wdmJf.
lo I
For furjier particulars opply December. 22 1P& 20 lvALUOUHNCL rxuiiut:. TERM5. I --- ------ ----- -",

JOHN MILLER.; ) SALE. ;1-T&'l ij .uce Hall lioad any. I A GENEJML meeting ofthc st' .holdeM Tuition in English 810,00 per quarter or 10 week, .1CH ASPamphlets ; .

: Hicks Town, De.. 16, :. 21 if TLt\Misscr., Dce-SJ' SlJOl'tCr. tIle' Union Bank 01 I"lor.da' will be held of For those under ton years, 8.D))0. Bt-i.-. 1ulbiIli. '

The Charleston Courier,find Chri>nile & ScntiI THE sale of the kits .f1)oothiyVa'n.nGtorgc I is given thai from anjr the 1st their Uanki.lz lJuUi in the City I.f Tallahassee at 1 Languages, each 8,00 .

1 el. .uut.t1: wiPUbihh i I the above notice till th-. flIftlthyVult," and ..lllciiV.. C'o'eiian: .1, ilav! January next, all godsr. rcivcd the fiSt Mind ty ii'.February next, 10 on Drawning and P.aintin.SOO 'Ponhtg tl -
.. '
F|._ 4ih Siturdaj in February: next, and foiwardthciit I, in the c.ty of T:1l1.1'e\ aJveriisoJ to bo puld .nI I al the Depot of the Company at rub aud for the ennii year anl' (or 0'her appoint Directon Payment haHin} atlvauce. Cards, Bills OfLtlt/ittgii
I h
I 15th instisai-jouruetltotlie i d the
accounts tl this office for pstymetn.PUBLIC t I transferred on the HalllttJ.HJ tree of?e. Pro- JOlIN PI\R&IIJLL Circulars '
Cu!hier. REFERENCES. do.
SALES 1S.1J.1JU"AI. vided they lire removed wiihiu ten al'f'r 1'ieirructipla Dpi 22 18.18. .Exeboxg?
[It--. 15. !8.J9. 2Ots.itlvord'a Manual.: 2-2t( Riohard lIa1""ard'Eaq. tn. mu Brown Catalogues
Ta'.Iahass/rum B
iho 1J at. their No.esoJ
States nmls in East : pot Francis ,
Of the United LAW: Eppcf, FAq., RJ. ._.
Writing ,\, aderny.CoM increased means of transporta.'k: ? Company NOTICE. Hitkiey, EM. And all kind of Law. ?
Florida, deferred for a further PC U. Tallahaascc.Jior.17lh) 1838. .
.t, dod of ninety days. ALFORD icuj-ectfully announce to the ii pr.-parcd t u forward w'uli dlspaj' no.s! and ''VM. BROCEENBILOUG1I AtlOloe1 & IS.tf 0"_ th 'r.. fMU4

.I TMTOTlCbl ili rcby given that ihe public I le of of"1 i11ahascc nnd vicinity, ihtt his cotton cuncinncd to them. The oily have nl! ,I of Frank atLa"will pntClire the courts ,&I% OFFER dromoMdatdilem -

ill hucli ]ll rion: of lieland. ordered on tio! Ith Wr'tii': ? Room will be open for tic' reception uf so fivparcd xlcnSI\ shies! fir linage., *f cotton tlcn un,Ca1wuD, Vashngton Jackson G3ds.f TISU1NG ta purchase a laigcr tract of land, J B. BULL A CO. Hare jut '' 'ed
and )
!lay OcloIxT l.tril, to be held at the Land Utiice in l.adi' unit l GC.tlclllcnto wish 10 intprovn in nt the lK-rf-l| at Tallahassee. !f Leon c'JuIItia5and lbe Court of Apl.eaT. V yo ItofliT for vIc my P'aatatiwn' six i mile N E per ship Ceaeva, and"other.ijrriTal.;1'ea- -

St. Auustinc, in 1 .hl Florida! on Momlny the.dinst '.hi. important branch of education on Friday Die By oider of the Hoard.TURDUTT. I I I Re'ildence 1p:1l.lcluc\I.a.: of Tallahassee,oalhn MUDtieelio sal 'rb"M.l.uie: eral saw.rtmtntoffhe neit toofoftablc lijrte of blwV

us,thall not have been off.*ed at the date c.TI'.ic 21st, H2d, on the corner, (.Adams,$ and Clinoi: : R] TO.V. i ')'. I.181S. 1t.lv road, containing 640 acres, "ihere are npward bf r black, orotm,7nix d and fjacy Cloths,Gsaciffttony j

"; : receipt of this notice at s.iid oflji i is sit fcrrctlf" Streets, up itairs. tiireeilyab Dr. Ueattit's Of Je '2. O-4t Sr 1. If: C<>. I .NUTJG" 400 acres cleared,all wuhin the last five and .uoklm Ftttiags for ;tc, w hich they ould be pleased to make

f" tiiitil, and will coftiirrncd on .Mond.yf the 4th day li-c. i'tA } 1.tI IIt..IIIIY WICU ,t .t/.uks, S hereby given t.a all whom h the last two or three years 1 can with caadoray up their toncl'3. They Ting breaseledeti
I with
i Mai-ch ntxt.AUo :\'r. Alvurd bavins. devntcd nb-mt cijht; rntiieyeni L at.o't the l.itt-r part ifJclo HIackro stud beIng eonr nl'etllha1 there isa may con-ern, that that for fertility! of oil, (b n- ofa ri'h chocolate great care from tb. btet.l Nt. York 'Impor

: that the public fnlc .-f Inllt1s.r "'I',1 to 1 clicld >, tu jimNjy inM.'UPti'-n in this im"; oit.intbiMiirh. MULL;, wiih marks oflianie-s < ot11f-r continual/! ; han-hig: about certain set (fper.oonZi ) bean-> of cituatioo, gooduesi of water, and tationa, cannot failtoafs! tLe:most fttstidiam*

; ) at the Mime place on Monday t're 1'th ins'. t he Jl liters himself! Ie! ia'l be able to s.u- ""-Is irc-ollectcd. A salable: i will bj t"i- effort to get tie infoiiraied me, makug every superiority of society in isvicjity. i; i is surpassed REUHYMADfi.CLOTHING. *

a nnd it dcfer.'ed until and 1 will roinnicnce on Monday ify the in M siiiguiiK i expectations ti t 1.00 who.iisy \e\\ for l Iti-t delivery! to inn, near cto.01'any bled! to swindcne! outof nhereby .y are ena- by no plantation in Leon county. The fenei-s are I Saperfina: black, bine'and(aMy colored drab costa.
Lc io ; e t\elll".h''> imdoi bin in- inforniJitioti eriy- nd know : ,superior an J me land clear Frocks dj. '. '
-. the 18tli day March next. dipoed pa ; that I go'II..m.M ing hat there ne many ,irllons to,' hoin ef grass-Terms liberal' ; .. .
I
A particular description willborraftcr: l I.e given structions.Teinis 1 ALKEP. justly ..Hlebted. and whcml in nn for such !land. JOUN S.TAYLOR. Superfine hue, black, btowninb *od.mixed

; .,1! tlc!, trail and lounhips, the n\e\ of which will 1 fora coarscof2 &?, .)s. $1\*, piyable _Dec. 22.1, 1 S33.. tIJ..rtv.NrFL '11t-.e.t-to |flav. lMTe! on I"hi'nm the 7lh every day way of Dec.ilLs- lu>kt ena, N..JY 0 !':fd I8tf Ore -0-.tt*. Pilot cloth, do Beaver
be deferred until the 4Lh of March n-xl, f>ur>unntlo i in 3 d\01ICCo; 1831, bargained sold atd TEN Blanket Un imited rjur-e, $:O. \ conveyed unio Robt. I. LxRSWAD- Fine black and Pant eolored4o.
this jticc. /Ian hC.II, and K1). lIoUS COM, Fancy
.' ii'1'1unt' r my hiat1titIlic Cry of Watliinsloc.tLis Houri for insirnction lot grnilenian, fn m 9 to Sa p.irtn'-rina f roSt,LIe II in this city hold nuJ l.itohtn! Furniture, all sLackS u'1 negroes, house- L ersc.lost-About 3, days ,sjOce: .a firbt Bae k kiD Plaid,& Ribbed"do.Spaagbd Doeskia do.'

tfth day of"Uoccm'-cr. I833.M.VAN. 10 A.I.' LaliIifoIII 2 lo 3 I'. .M. and from 7 to I-., a gentleman who can flit!) W thons.n'liljil.ire and caIte anti other, ofboraes, hogs AL sorrel ware, about 5 years oJd l, no pitrtieuUr common Cau. do of all cfrI raV a buie Giixed'/

BUREN.H i 9 Evening. capita!. r nr.te,- i infornian he obla'n* which Il\m DOW every specit.s i. pr"pl"rty'' walk CHARLES: BECKSTAN and Fancf Sattioetl$ do '

)' the President! : N. B.-Mr. .4.has. r-comrneudation* from srrtnydiVujgulslnd cd on "pplication at this office.Der Bud'! deLire'tbai po s Slt'd in any way whatever ; : .Pe.. I-3t inc mile W"st of Tallaliaa ee.E Kentucky Jransdv ..- 'i; .
pI. my jti t cretliLJ.rs :f:
: : individ.ual.tin. different parl* of the V2d lestf. pr"eDt their de- : .Double nod
t single fire&
JAMIS VVHITCOAin, I I nan di azuilJst me t- tbd siid I R. I. XPA ,! ; .1 Clok.rexj Superfineblackaiik -
Commissioner of the General\ LnndOtnef. I I U.: S. that Can be tre.i at his: Wiitin; Rdom.on application jRr..1..iJOC CLtTII.rI' E.: D. House; for aeuJeintnt, and II arri that'on and Caroline Adam petition'V "tebn County Vdtei Jov-K1aUi Jc awl Line Si-
._ hope court tin do.
Fine
: III i: Rices over lira Afnriionrse. will indulgence! wfJ I be extend -d that .every for Dower; ) Bjeddo. uR je.fgnred do.: /1- '..
NOTlGKJ.-WI Joshua Knowlcs G. W. Colored
1effeTtncs.-flev. Valeiuuv '
c I Wednesda of Fcbru afford aj such debts'will be asioonn. of *:pwwc jjwality, Fa ey
commence on f'h is
> paid hereby given of the fiHo '
Silk
,; !U:1'Tlae. STOCKHOLDERS IhrdPts Utlchill: I nrIS!:!), nnd rr.ntinnr1st ((.ur ... be! by. thcFaidllurriarni. t. n"... _r .L_possi-_ NOTICE 1 for dower tic of said. da, oV, cJpthr-__ Velvet" __,_-_. Fair_ fiujey mizier.s ,..
Rail ---- ----- ---v v/ui Ut UH' t'jala of .Tnlm T .nLu._. ;..( VI. -T. -
insula; Uq 4 and -Steam lioit Conipapyvarf ; ; proferty -- -- _
1 : l :day: ; Citzcns; Purse, 2pls, $X,00 heretofore cnnvfyed 6) mI'. A-lamsjilec.; and that the soime ""I -.L'iU\C1.AJD -IIDJ'-4wr
'be
FOR 'wifl f j
PLANTATION SALE.WILLblj d .
i hereby notified( that an election .'iU. held! at the 2nd Signed .. quality .K! l La i ,t Sf h k"lekel J ,__ _
day, Jockey Club Purse, { 253.CO r: JOHN cktet mined at the
: .i Court House, in the (Tiry of Si Augo-tine on the Isold at public Mile on the 1st day of j" Gade r. C ; W iN. next Alareh'Terni t of'saiJ, .Court 4 t 1 1Thibet auperaor"qfl6JI'''of'U4" I&no1. 4
3rd Club Purse \ DcctlT 1838
day Jockey law.
: according '
to
,
; fin; ili>..day in J& minry next, fur a, PreciJent and ', uii'cs: privately! dsios: of be- COO.OQ 20.3( ; and Danuik cr takBv-VChi .J..1. .
) 4th Club Pnre
*
even Directors or, co npany. forehdnJ.) 'a valuable tractof Land, curtaining? 250OO.diy Jockey I 3.1,3 in 5. 'NO'J'GE. ti''vf'niIJCt2"lJ.I833;_ : '14-1: Wrens Gstinitt4--heht lu\f iti.tt ".'. .

#: By order of the Board ofDireciori.K.B.GIUBS.Secrc.iary. rico nirrcs, 20Jof which are cleared aud ua Entrance of cadlt\\ VtlUSCIIASF.RSofprope'rlVal.th .
; fine fe.ncc. Hald Ifadt.'h t.hrr>!%d 7 inili-s from amount of the money for.;'y I cent on the ii estate of the' la\C-.IJ': .W.SCIli'ook, sale of the A UandsomHight CARttUGE. ItMni i>e ,',. twilled do., 1 t l t" .'
run '
Dcc.1,133.3. 21 Taljhnce} liiu Georgia r6id. : and ,1ms up in it The New Maiket purse Rules wim! I in all .. thai their n tei are inlormcd ranged .ass. one .Horse Buggy; or two UOl'se Linnen and sEll: P kettlli .. 1A'I.\ .., _
are lodgoJ in
.*. :The editor of 'Jacksonville! Ccuiicr, nnd a dwelling IIOUSA, gin house, .Ii'rc.corn. houses The a hove Rires will take txler ca.ti nionBank for thi oUeetiqiV.r'ths the U- Ram ad...! Cotton and woolen .hiri.! dd.r
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FloTKiUnJ BtTalUnxsjiew.. will the and Kjieral n &c. .?lso, at saore a new principle and Aisotwo line DRAUGhT HO 0 Boys do.T _
I please pnblivh < gro cpaarters, i organization of the Marianna JCIbb which interest doe on them, on the itt'ol SES., Ealqu le Cllildnnacto.t1. .c.f: : '
above notice until the ftsi Monday in January time, a 20 acre Lot, ndjoiiiin? Tallahassee, en. the I January 1839 atthjjo1flce. I n< PJaiJad :f 4 UI
otlU J ,
has elected the following its JAMES -: t.utCK1VtU. ,. ... _
it,',. next and send their bills '.o the Secretary for i.thte- South \\Wst and).a 1 aero I".l within the' Town. ment. I IFM. manage. Dec. 17183A G' .DSOEN. UlUTiCK '_ 1 1m lae'IlltUtabrdta.. "... ..<10' ... ._ ..1...'.,! ,. ___

cflL1rYtUST PcrsonK v ilirng I'ttrcbawe, kill please rail! and / E. HARVEY PAW > SOtfNotice' H.E .ybscriher hMWg, been \.411 .c J tb. 0 falt. > 'i J r. J .., _
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I'. CHAIG. -* ? dulj aprH>int d flfkk'Sli2perflb' 'l'l iJ dc _
received from Tew.Yurk.r.u examine the Jlre fi&cV. B. CHEESEUOli In V. p. t..c Rc'4vCr or he Court of 1ianccr ''Leo" pb .)1 _

50 boxes tuperior Cheese. -, liec.15, 1838. t D. PlTMAN,2d TillS is. 10 notify all persons whom- h may County AIiId he' Dgirjt c'fFloctd' in the ease of aeFur:Men Lao H.d. ,. .- 4"'-_-';.

ALLEN ILBUFII! STIIOS. that after the ejcpIratirnofsU Mary slIkwoolen. iletin ".A 'U
13 bM GennesMe Flour. PLANTATIONS t'ORLE. weeks .Jl1Iimstatri* of Wan tC't.ter_!. \ _
WHITE I ball apply to the lion. Judge of he John B. :'hereby .ery. _1". I'U,. _
15 half bbts Buck wheat Flour.lOVtalfbbliNo be offered at Public'Sale, oh the lt M. fer. Leon Court. gne. Dell to aU l perso LinDeitC.A1"-ud .
qILL for
A LLEA! Hi Letters of Guardianship for the minor: IndebtoU to late firm itt Center 11. "-:1"i; ______
Mackerel. Secretary add Kee
'I'1 day of January, 1839, in the of Tule f heirs otAsa 00 Br ad C2oths
qimspjt
$
'bl Is Ale Marianna Fla. Dec. 6th 111 .2J 2nC.i1ISDEV McCoy laic OrlblS dec Note. B.ndBook Account,, or otherwise ;_ .ti&i. tY
& > (A\r vothtrn use.). lal1n.sS4 that volmble tract of Land on Lafayette THOS. county are required; to make thtt 'they snfa11 denntiom-_ ______
L. immediate .i"
Y'
HALL rJ ,
& kegs OI4eQ Luticr. i. :
'to the
Section I pa.1R'eJu :
f Section five
and -
Township, four Ore.22
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part J838.
For tale.low.for$ "ci: e .; bitiMtcd five miles from Tallah-sace, containir"IliiO co u L.'I..1.n- r ill!! Slimr. snb.crkeronly-aud' notice u aJao gieD .LAWPrnhjp. _

4 : P.I.SJr.AII&Co.a.1ar I aeics of Land. The tract I las about 200 For So A DMIN1STRTOg',.SALE. SfV ', iZMfriS* of the-iSth. H. Law Partnenhi hoMk'e2itiaj lo.l
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-. ILL be rod! bidder Center
1W.8i.1l1e 1 : 2t 3wt crcH (.e dcHr-d Ijind. firkt rat new Screw nnd vt1 V" to the on the fiN Thursday the 3d day of Jann.rwni.Tisubscriber. .:.L__. __ _, m p9ss'OiiOrajni: gooJV warci,. _-_tweeft'W3f; P.DUYALairt1. m..i.i.i 4 ______
lirsi '
-- Saturday in Jan 1. in the town I hm "";'tuianoizcnotes oonas '
; borks
." Gear and from its fine of of account, or any RICHARD C44LLNbctbCea diappoiniment
Running; .Spring Water a* administrator Yedj
other "
Richard '
f two hundred ; of '
: NOTJCE. oaiid Uuincy. res oi Landn whauoerer.
property .
,n der tb DiUl4 ____
location it is be Parish
healthy not to in deceased will nC'6e.
; surpassed o the water of Hocky C ioininj the offer at public sa -, at the firm, theyfHnwitbdenv4r485MlTn"rindersgnedin
as : .
dOn IIC StockhoUers ri ibc/ a ladpor
Brunswick & Florida valuely I tract of its tire in Iho country. All late residence of said defeased &pioc CGVb arida .
any l lthose lands of Major Coe, kn he McMillan <.n thejliccwokey obedience_ the 'Vm
o order P. .
ail of Court.- DUVAL
jp.: Road are requeued to fneeiM TiioiausjwiilcThomn WHO w bh to purchase can soon satisfy thcinKtlvcs Lake, Leon County, -- 'W.aa..n. BgQC1Et'j.
allahc perishable)
Piace. About one hundred the tract is t>r> be-
perry _
Cn, oo llanday Uie7th day ofJanuarjnexlto of its Value by riding the 4 -1. f WM.H1LL14RD_ .M..MMC uuw .nocia ieaa* _
: over tract. h Im in mock, the Lallnoe fine I Il I watered and longing to said estate| consisting of Jfustboid and Dee. 8. J833--1 tf J:} .partner* Jtttln.
t. elect a board$ ,Directors end other W, P. CRAIG. Kuhen Recdver. practice of Law, The Cm pILlia.' _
FurnUuie. Horse. aiTaRsts..e _
< well for coltivatioB ti will J b .Mule.! Cattle latterltiba
,
cs .
>&cenaod at wliieb lima foe duhlersoueich dinini-lratfT good, ; Hog., / INJfiCOUgT tba toWo ef Ap Ji
Per. 15! IS3S ofT. F.: Ash.SIXTYTHREE Cern, toddVr, Sog4r Boiler ,. : \
;
nnJ terms made known fsale.ALE. and Mill r '
: ebara vill be required to bo;paid ja. _L on ) utensiaK 4 c. Terms made Firniing 'lft:1 l l'l n'Covnty.4JAhigab DuaJ'in attend the court fI' S ffiPcrior \ ___ _____
sw t TUO.: BUTLEa KING. NEGROES LOVE, known bo day of ante. rort50 l8Jst'Dk nb; 1838 4i : .: .Ii ,04..1 eurt.ln'Icoi JMfi: JSiSSSSSl .

.'s i President. JNO: :. : 0 JNO. D. PARISH 'Hal'v; )EdW'Sfd 8ci ; ,11 .- Kaj ciihofto''&6*.-." SBSK:'
The nad I AT AUCTION. Dec. 22 ISIS 20 3l Trustees. QEO. E. DKNNW, wfl t nd tJ. .
UitiedgeviUe Cobarnbas papers, the Retamtble 1td 3anoi, 181'. ;lei Juat1J"t'U l coanqApftntaoj j; 1 _
Geoi ia JJirror Irwinton Herald TIIEO. TURKBULL,- CeurV 4 'b ______
; an-i.Tallaha cc ILL be aold at Public Auction to the highest; To be I : i'U : N j. leI CrourL.tfjMXjoB.jiiAiw.wufifacfc _
,MILES
Flomiu,will insert the above notice until Ole first 'l'f bidder, on Saturday, 12ih day of January T1UEnegroeabeIoagii taLdof- Duy Dec. I 15. 1633. Admin.Srator.BLALE THEaefendaDU: .ad ''I n' mt' !Ij 4'PDfy<'l r.Wl\.l. '.._ '.r.' .i __ ___ _

4 oflsauary, and forward'their.accounts lo A. L> ,!t', sixty-three at likely.NEGROtS as the Territory JL WiUums deceased, i ad to ihe high tak.ito ef Ute idStit\\tiori I J." K '' 'W'. .Sa. ,
Y. .
Kilt) rnnawick,fpr payment.U aironl,24 men, 19,women, and 20 children! eat bidder at the Auction r J. Hackley ohi CHANCEHYT : or the e salt 4y attachment. and are requited I h 22d t.q it f." "-. .".Unn'I .

.' r 21 c.f this G 5&.were bora and rais l in hcTerriLory Jaeph M. White & John' to Appear. and pleidle tbesai II .
ont nop Tuesday the Isl day of i xU' AUo'on -- D. Eaward;Execntoncf ateOrdiq fi1o. .t'.4 Y.111UI.JtJ"'F1 __
1IARS1JAL'S.SALE.! end the balance bare been here nine.years. Monday the 7th day of the plantationOn VE. Ty'h.ttejdec(
There arc amoner them two first rate drivers "'iJI,be rented to the high the..preniiHAIRES _vg. tjJ.Io 'IfilltiJt, _

By virtue of I K>Writs or Fi.Fa, ismied .ut of Carpenters Stont Maaonj, Teamster, Shoe Best .TOM P] ,-' Jarr.cs L.Parish- AtJpni jstra.r of- Fhinn M .--.- 10'-.._ilL .--.b--'r -4'-. ill' : _.r 'Jl' EhkffE, ? 42

"be Superior Owirt of the Middle District of and Harness m.k f"J, J/ousa ,rervanu Cooks I ;r GREEN IRES 'Deiphy -decea ed., ,J, :- 9..rBy ar..H..let.1 I.

\ Florid*, ror Leon County in which Oalcford and Washers Ironers, &.e. f R.J.HAOKLEY. .. In the \ w.-J
Dee 8 1 828: SOtf.. .Executors.TRUSTEI.E. Sancrior.dourv of the Middle Diit of vi'tos o ".&,itch racial..eaI.. J* __ _
I' .
WlMtoMlb,and 8 pear and Pattortare Plaintiffs'and Tallahassee tee.231833.. 20.Xl Florid. Of coa1t.nabfe.
JeWn.CopB the .
TfeVea 8upiri. .
tCQw1.
;
AWalitm' rT in.t38 of;Laoit,CoItiithI Witiu.t: a-..<
!i.
Spangler defendant I have !levied upon : r HE subwiberliaTiB betn.appowtrv- -* : "I idel":P.llicf t r10li1il.j1'Iaon RidtaiK tlaacJ i_._ 4
S
and chatt expose at public aato,on Saturday the 26th GROCERIES. will told letion Room s-Aoand wk Receiver the aboye cjie .Vhhi.QqveraorofFLon4 ":pha1nli ,u4 -thoid i.wtf, oiIqih.:: :. _
HERE
of
day December I83A the Stock oe in ,to eollectttd I AltsUf _
; of Goods be U8T received acbr Pocomokee and Fulton T ieci all r.rOflUyDUValjidmitijdrtii; q1IIif.:I.---\e'
& per 'Tallahassee Jan.l29 e paper.,.Towebera : ,QiSL.P _
aM -
loftciof to.0M U.iia J on Satj 12thday effects of Ik. :jat:- .. l't
Sp "gUr: in the : tdd
city of T.llka *- from Baltimore. to"uii tate fteinss Ddphy.decea lsdefaiidaas,.ltY1 Ju : ;UAMH" 'f.t _____
Tirtne of deeduad| > Dd.U.wI.1c >
$ e ltiClel > by a tbyj.jnI1sqbeui4iLdaj e ie1 i"
Uoodt *
Dry ,, Groceries; Hard 200 bbis.-frcsR Family F1o i. of eiUte cC9rduJSto wb7 b aiSSS3 bhiaIs1'en:. 4tlaysi.j I1I ;: :Fi wr:
wan aod.Cttlkrj, RAp 'SHoM etc., at th. bbU. Buckwheat, May I I.b t : i if.J _
half sas & ari
KloreBpaaler
20 *
ie per.OMtoirfcoBvU .ATAP C $ SS I *i.tO wit 0'0. 411J'1'. _.. -
".i4 the .> ,. IR35&Ii the follow d I s.I .!.aat ::; r-
same being 'of
property 600 Can vaksed Hams. % bqL. .a
be- is hitde4e4 in a*7dt3e1 ItaewiMpTSSJS atr.c 'f .
a iiezne'. -, eontaiomfifighty'aeretInr 1yInd I .1" = : _
Set&kSiLSCi.W1J1Ii Wai bot ri & Casks do. > in Iht county of Leon] !*:. theEastl.f ktinitrth
on-'aaU 0 bblal N1 Mackerel. half N. JLit ooiing&I md a"tll..";,. tr 01, _
da/for C***; 'LD1.13.DUVL. "- of the qun.rt.ilFovn4ilp, !;rw.lt *.t : ___

'II, 1K8. I U B. lfar hal SObalfbHsiNoM do:, ; --- i one,J(. nd W 9Mo o fl named;PRI- will auk*W w Uin Mi 4dy i>i j a.3f I rL4IieieIL uaatg Dpedj.e'--saw. J : ___
M D,F. '40 boxes ITbtchecter se. : tb iltfc_ .f. -.
i m*** ** : MU8toaatisfy*od pay!] Prurynoernby9xi413taPBafrf11ori. :nbbcnUr bM Ue.a.; S ,U5s4 I. tesf tkIthj ;
The above sale U adjottmed: till Thur "tU\f.
41..r L 1L .
J..ITI ,UtiS' lbeaofeIfl4Imun4v; Aodrdiqta 1tw.a ; .
{ endorted by'Jabez UDV14C.. 'i1. ,. I-
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.... ..... ._a.. NOTICE. Ni e4' .
!- .:_P4iit'fr- tt. < io..be eststa of T.Gafardw Weeks after date,I snail apply to nhe How ALL )* _
'.. 'IiI" Ooo Ie tile c ,ALL thoss iodebted SIX _
i
cbdec.iA
.. .. Judge of tha County Court of LenA Cooai am .
, ) ec 114 tbea as DO huller
ieia&e-s.tty. will iuciediaU payment,
.- ..1f )H eiU a "1 ffiiio&s Ii. Uaar.s.CIOI1ICr please aiss* I ty Jer lettersof'>administration oo the CllaUfrDnid raf cfaaastb :BJd ,'Mtl.
". ; c- '" ornjnijspia iadafgrnce can be-ima. .M..ava ( .
4.1i-1&bw 1 "rmdAt c4J.D.Wcrtou FREDERICK GElUaD B. MaOmb,deceasedelaiaiof tb woe apiM -
f' ,. lean 10 .trtcta pel I IL T.I" ",JI1I,Cdl.-Ia. ; E.48-tf' 1 ia behalf the Uniud Stales oTAsacriesy jtld'<' duly autbenlkmUd -' : -

= d j pray rot 6uI &lir fhNII daCi Nov. Hth. 1838. menl creditor of said deceased. law. la ease"., l

,% .1..u. t..Wt Doc ofJee.' NOTICE, : i iJLL _Nor 34 SAILS.SIRLEY.DENT1STRY the same eaa be left with

r.'". \ertttWflee ;j 1IIRIETWUSON. THE Co-parbkersbm heretolbr exisUec under 1\ having claims against tne:'estate ; Westeott,Jr. Eso/s.. .
'; persons
(
A". witl anexed- A'MADDEN. is this
t. day dtaefved by oratoal eeasmt. AH those havng FarquabsrMecrae deceased ale hereby j subscriber respectful ;irs m*the citizens "1a5t
,
-
:, .D.L44ItYv JOSEPH MeBRIDE.: ( lDI. required to present them within lb. tim preaerit I I THE October 13 lax .
diou agsiasl the said flna, will present the Flecida'and otberi that _bas
I.. .... .1It..of'P&*rtdii. tame for payment aad.all those due the said firm' ed by Uw,or they will be frreter barred. Tho thsubscriber. % permanently Ussself>TsJlsbwse, fur the AD51

;'. (JitDEIlEQ..Jj.( -Baird -a Directors, thai will stale their scconnu with P. II.S.aim.oi.. indebted to. the estate will E.make B.YASS/Adm'r.pay meat to practice of Denial So/gsry. His praetke'will.Z* ALL persoisi Living Iz _

". 'f.JII tbe boots iotUttifaaaacboB .busintu, ir.mwe July authorized to settle the same. 13.8. lend to the adjoining codaties of Gadsden,h'.non. pher Smith,cSee.ued,1a1.o

< .be freta' 1OO'dOekLa. aafil S oVlock p. m. P. 11SAVAUV.LEVr Nevcmber3tl838. ,nd Thomas, G.oi aOfficeattbeCillllstlL* .; reader them duly attested .. ,
-
Jw944 JOHN' PARKHILL, Cash'rMY MADDEN; NEW FIBJL i .. And aO persons indebted -

.eowa R.cn Crmiii&ie;i.a 4 Joluai. The business will bcreatietb.thsjrkaadnameodPH,8WAIM&CO.. eoadoeted tinder THE subscribers hate this day J Xiae'd tc W. CROSS.flcntW.I payment 10 the said | ..

Gacaftte jr. aod ny/riead Jo&nPttMttsWE I together tinder tbe firm I I September' .1838 SI 8-U'' C.
.are and will attemltotnro St. Jtfarfcs. Jolr t. 1R38 48-3m Gamble A Reid October 20. 1838.
say agsata I LAND FOB 8ALK.
of tranu.1i.'gbUiiiieUil the city : -4
for the '
purpose -
sia from the Territory AGENCY AT WASHINGTON
sfdarwrByjBb ace CITYTOaANCIS IlOUCM-'fl
1.will of 321)I. .
of Tallahassee. sell my tract of Land'eeosisting -
.'eJOILNO.; GAMBLE. A.DICKEKS, of the City of Wash I They will have oa band at all timers general acres, 170 in ,a high state( emhivation, with AFRESH supply oh -
Jaae*. .44& JC ____
,
aed the received.
iogton, having rest appoi8tmeftt1addby of
'
. assortment of goods and will be disposed to serve dsod gin house, sad screw, a snffieieney negro ,(tb
,. BmM.; RANDOLPH him for several years in tbe Treasury and War thefr friends and the public upon the ntoet favors- 4biss, and I provisions enough lo soppiy-the plan
r himself in Tallahassee, of.I Departments has asdertakea the Agency Claims lle terms. JAMES B. GAMBLE. tiion the firrt year. The Iud is tsaftd 8 mile May 26

. flAYUOiocsd & services U tbe pabCe. before Congnss aad other braaches of the govern- I SJM.BEID. ftro Tallahassee the Mieasakee road and adjoin PORTRAIT *
foatxi tbe'office of Dr. J. H.RaaMooroi sent, indading eommissioaers under treaties,and i Mr. Lorimer and others. '
tie is.to be at June 7,18J844 tig Immediate possein .L P. COPM -c _
..
the various public 0& lIe will attend to "'
4-i Strict.: VKGKL'/WLK will be gives. Far terms apply to Dnval anaButchins lJA this city doriag th <
cl.&i---tJae GALLIGHAN'S
all of
pre-enpUoa procuring
karIS' n' ., patents TallahasseeB..A. CHAPPEL. .
L -_ for public lands-chums for horses lost in FEVER AND AGUE PIUS, .Jan6.. 1838. 22-tf hopes that those who .
; Ke&ee.THEwdwcnhunrtll the service of ibe Uniud Stales-property destroy. certain and lastiag curs for this lisease. Far ces will ea1l.diater ; .
esotinne regalarly to run ed, invalid, revolutionary and xtavy pensions.. A sale by TAKEN UP Academy, wher* they -
r. (rona Q.aoe, toChstuhoohe -' claims for revolutionary services, whether for com W AD DEL. RANDOLPH i LEWIS. his paiaungs.Tsnahasste .. Te :
small HO5JBE to be 6
after CTA hey ,supposed
which will! always leave imaudistely years Nov. '
.'. matation, half pay, or bounty land, a. well o5eagaiot Tallahassee. April 14. 1838. M ,
mark 'have hiin
tbs old particular the
arrival oh..a.t tTslUhassee. He. no ; owtter can -
the the United States Steed _
state Virginia as
All ;prepared run a four horse Csach, wH'never .claims gruwiuj out of contracts with the government .; LAW NOTICE. by applying to the Overseer on my plantation and HE Subscriber JaY : ; !_. 4

.w'JGabuot passengers Are Mcb as the two horse or damage* sustained in con queDee of WJW. M. RANDOLPH ATTORNEY paying for this advertisement. 'r vet ol the Court of S11 __
Ue eaanot conveniently tiny lit will ale>con- the action or conduct of the government. And in- LAW, will practice in all the Courts TIIO3. B. WINN. District ia the case of D. I f 'hii w; ,

tUi4 10 ruD a four'Aorse coach, from Quincy to deed, any Imtutess before Centres* or the politic Middle Florida, and will attend losoch business October Z7lb. 1838. ISConunissioo M.A..frm ltud,hereby [ faiet

. XtalfibriJgc, at which place it will meet the line ofplages office which may require the aid of an agent or at as may be entrusted to his care. Office te tbe buiM- House, New Orleans. indebted to the late firms d Ueh fc ; .

(rosa Mobile to Augusta. Pasemgers tak- torney.His lug formerly occupied by Call and Walker. LONG & :I and L 4II A >poeiL flg
Tallahassee will bare the prefer- October IS-tf GRIVOT, -
:5 their teals will be mod irate iHth. 1637.
charges depending upon or book acct>-, or for
(:ace over all others except those coming on in the woiitIB established themselves at New Orleans crib,MHSn
tbeanountoftbeclaimsnd tbe extent of toe UEPAIRlNGrdc HAVE
ser t7-GUN! in bdience to t)* 8pr
transaction of Commission Business
naia'lias From Mobile to.iagusta. vices.Mn., ; vioIcieti'elU
. ENJ. METCALF remcved (froro'Mn and solicit the of their friends all debts aupaidwill be.
baring .
TIM *will bare Tallahassee every other day patronage and the
slag DICKCXI is known to most of those who have
TOWLC'S to the well known of) .'Jo to-which they their best the next term of the ,
hresb'eloeirA.. M. aad arrive at Bainbriilce at been in Congress within the lest few > or who Shop public, pledge *sivlcee.April ,
yean, list of debts due ia _
> o'clock, P. M.; And returning, will leave 13ainv SIIH Efiso-r,on tIC corner Monroe and Si.Augustine 7i 35-\.1' a, -. x Cfl
have occupied public station at Washington.
_
any __ tJ Isaac u narris
Streets, tbe will all n days I ;
'nic: ike next morning at 4. o'clock.. ___. All letters mud be ro .paid. opposite- CAPITOL, at % JUST be made ; Jf
RECEIVED.
-*-- w**r *
V Y An., Aruwt limes be ready to attend to call in bis line. payment may ; .. :.
_ _-. Will* 111.H Refererleel.-Go1' R. K..Uall, Uov.. Wm. r.Uu- any HUNDRED OUNCES the subscriber at his office '
-- AdmInIStratIon Notice. val, Gen.John P. Doval, Maj.lessee H. Willis. Tallahassee Oct. 12th. 1338. 10>tf OrE French Qui JAMES A .. -.r

. AVINO taking out letters of adu.inistra'i )non April I 28. 1839. 38-1 y'r. Sulphate, Acetate and Muriate of S6 1833 ._U4l1.3 ; .
and July ,
Morphine, a
general assortment of French and
Cook and **fe iiiZ
Y. dec. haiiig -
the cittsof&muel '-" r
Chemicals.' Twelve
Notice. jlngluh Medicine
Mahogany
appointed, David C. Wilson Esq.my attorney CJrTlIE Subscriber having erected a STEAM Chests, and a large supply of Drugs, Medicines WiR. JESSE S.lfo I vcelcs tad 1oew.;-. : '
claims said G.
all against '
;n fact persons hiring MILL at his place, two and a half miles East of JcrCumery, &. .slabe,will preseiLt1kal duly authenticated within Tails ha:we**, will be ready at all times to supply I\ WADDEL, RANDOLPH, 4- LEJFIS. tbejeists ;
the time prescribed by law, and ihone indebted will with Lumber and Meal those who may favor him ___ i! AI.I, 13 41 _Aug.t 5, Ifi33. temi '.l. '
4ease
; makeimme.liste payment. wi'h application. JOHN G. GAMBLE.Nehan.athla '
CAROLINE S. COOK, aim's June >3, 18 8. ( i BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY. PENSACOLA \.\ m r "

Dec. 1, 163eU_._'_ _.___115-6w WANTED. Iff] V fl**E subscribe'respectfully inn 1t\T' cm or the .

: Notice. BLACK BOY as an apprentice to tie Carriage If arncMICPTHE MnJdnc. I L forms the citizen* of Tallaf THE subscriber hnrin I "k-
: RE. Co.p: tnuabip heretofore exutinf' under A Sbreinaking business. Applv toFREDERICK. subscriber ha iD engaged the servi ..IB.4ii basee and vicinity, that he has :tare of this ) .

.. ..ihefirinofLEOWlTH&TILLINGHASTasdiseolrod FILER- fft of a skillful Carriage and Harness Maker,from i flj commenced mauufacturir-g ot from Mr. Tayor: the late and ;
by mutl1al consent on the 15th of Tallahaes .June 16. 1318-tf 45 the North begs lea re h inform his friends and the \ lioouand Shoin this city, in dy lo receive vi.iiors by .da : ;:

Ju last. All persons who have claims aainst public thai all orders for repairs &.c,shall be pnnc building immediately or-posile tb.? store of Jfumeroas and costly wiM_. It
tbefiroi will pr sc4ittbcm to Mr. Ledvitb fir setllecMOt NOTICE. tualy and neatly executed. Kirch & Cook, on Jlfunroest whercneispreparCilta in the arrangements and Ju ;
; and all those;indebted will make paym nt S IX Months aftei the date hereof, we will jpj.Jy) manufacture nil arclesin IIi, line ef business, Mansion Hoa e.< New ),TJIcn .1.1\:

. to him alone, be being.doly authorir to settle the to the Honorable Judge of the County Court Suddlcry Work Done. be-Jis good workmen in his employ, \ d will war.ramiU tiiin? Houses will be bn'li purity. ,
L. B.CLAItK : '
ame.SIICHA&LLEDWITI( !. (Leon County far Letters disnis'ory on the Estate .
work to be June in the aU
and all
provider hours. A .
Tallahassee. May 5, 18N. :! r( *ounner, at at l ft miisen," '
of the late Chandler PendSe'.on.P. S
td 1.EDWITU continues business nt the reasmable prices. the *
I Houie wiLls good ac'o comp!: ,ItyHtjr
otd Stand, and doily cipects a Fall assortment.vhicVbe KERR.R. AD. BtETTGEU, ioafootedand other repairing done on occommofeing cnrriages. Firm rate *toa'&ed thsrtlis ';
will be able to furnish liii customers on Y. WKLLFORD, RESPECTFULLY informs tbe Ladies i and terms.I also kept for hire at kmja? '

the best term', M. L.Tatlabawc June 1C, 1 88.-15-Gs's. .tdloi.trator.1 *ce .and it. vicinity, I I FREDERIC FILER row boats, with d otiief '\1

A.,.4. -._52-tf TO PLA. TEU8. Lh.he will continue 10 give instruction on the AIi128, 1633. 35-lf I use of visitors. B.lliarJs ; pills ; j:.
Ifotjcc. THIRTEEN Sets Cast Iron Segments suitable 1 PIANO FORTE usually found at watering : of S.if&"

THE Coptrtnrrahip bereUilbr existing in this from the Baltimore A on- For tho next winter reason, to all who favor ELLIOT'S CORN CURE.rL I ni..hed. and so l'.ontIacM i q .
. city under the name ofCAKNON &. RUSSELL, .1yaud for !sae! by BKTTON & FISHER. him with their patro.uge. may ELLIOTS PLASTER l asbeen-uscd with I the ct>mfon and quiet of and-IsJaeei wifl,,

wu iasolred on the 28tk of September list,by the Jor.t'J 41 He also offers for alcal. a large asortmont of .LJ incommon success : And wherever it hns and liquors will ttt of the cr,by' t *evtaJav

death 4Ir Mr. RuswII. All persons having claims Notice. Music for the Piano Forte, just reccired, beenj) truduccd, has superseded the use of other sure a full supply of ice, rtovtdy fir ik iSMett
against a partnership" will present them for set. JAMKS. CALLAW, is my agent to tha latest publications. among remeOes for the cure of'orlli. oidired, nhich) will arrive ;:Ute\yt&is *'.,

Uameat-and all persons indebted will mike pay- my business in Middle Florida. I Piano Fortes repaired and tuned on reasonable! A lev applications entirely remove the larg Mr. F.G.Barnard, who --pb. .

meat iomadialel/ WILLIAM CANNON A. McNEILL. .terms. His room is at the old Court House. est ciftt, and prevent further pain. Hotel in WajIling City : tiibuc4iiibik

Surviving Partner. I JuneTth. 1638, 46tfALL TaJlahaHf'f'. October 5tb. 1838. 9lf. Pii:SO cents per box, with directions for use. for the Proprietor, who, -iariliaii1

\ TallabasBee. October Irf. 1838. I I oPIcI LOST I'tialc t u.in. .Tallahassee... u., at_the. _Drug__ Su-ro_ ___u of I I ensure.th< .visitors_ of u., : : : '-,. ; 1
, are'tif.t'd that the firm of FACE OR MISLAID. AUUM.,, l'1lJUL1'H & Lt\\YI eucraliy, bat they will IkItiITh
DISSOLwLION.TA1IiE BAKER persons is dissolved by the death ofEd ward 4 note of band, given i>r John M. Carotbers to 1la' 13.h. 1838. 41-tf tention; and thereby ex .the-"tr. .. ;

Co-partnership heretofore existing under Face, and that the business oflhe firm wIll be ta_ J. !I. Drake fur $Ji*50, due the first of January lacti-m. *. ;1
settled
Y 3TOKAGE
\ -'IIa.lmo UrrALA HOTCBINS this day by the subscriber, surviving next. All person arc cautioned from trading STORAGE Ac.THE The local advantages i ,-t rL ..r
f.siluer.DUNCAN
JIMOIed by mutual consent. All j-ertons baring B KER.Chattahoochee for said note, as it belong to me.WILLIAM. Subscriber! hat uken the Store formerly know' n to need a leneU.acd e,a&ei ;

, demands rgmiustsaid concern will pieent them to Oct. 16th, W38. 12-lT CANNOX. by J. B. Peachy Esq.. at Saint facts that P..nsacoa is the : 1UIpcUIUi& !'
A LEX. FOBMT DCVAL, who is fully authorized: to Septembei M. 1838. -tfCAUTION. Marks.jsul will attend lu the" Storing and lit Government, the .sacne... -7

aeule all dbts doe by the concern. And all those Foil SALE.OA forwarding of such articles may be assigned Golf Sxundron; the ..- .r .
j.debtsdwittrnakc payment to him. second hand PIANO for sale low. if early t?bit tarG. By diligent attention to hisbutine freshed constantly Jurn: .
ALEX. FORM DUV.L is made. A J.L per>cns are cautioned against traJii"> fur ", hekpcsto ubtain :
application Apply If AD. BOETGER. .J.JL g a liberal share of public the c' oie9t breezes from
; I W. 3.T.Ulussee.Aprl 1IUTCI1IMS. Tallahassee. October ttlh, 1&8. 12 a note or hand give by me to Daniel Came ParODIt: ;.. WILLIAM 11. AI AT HERS. the Bay and the nei hhor. qtteks.is I .f.
33d. 1838. 38-t ga e, TI-OHI.IS county. Geo. far one hundred aid 8LMzs\1ayI9 41 the abundance and del' )large. ;
COMPOUND Le
Mity-fire dollars dated the I2lb of October l 161 >
DISSOLUTION.The ESSENCE OF SPRUCE, payable thirty days after dae, as tbe consideration; Charles S. the waters abound and ted tisae every\..

Firm of RYAN LEWIS at tbo Planters1Holtl For raking Beer, for which the nxc was given has failed, and I am Sibley, them markets,give F *' to tie sl.ets>ty C
u. 8. all in
,'wa diMorod on the lit of Augtut. The determined not to ray it. Atterucy Middle District of FlOe plber pliers these la 'if-(,Jte. J.
IVitk directions for vtc. For SALE delightful summer resort.
by his professional services as eriqiVweI-
books of the ettablishqent have been assigned to WM. LCASNO OFFQltS Attorney ."
Mr. Ryan who will settle the fame, as well as all WA D DEE., RANDOLPH, & LEWIS, Taliali ,\'. November 183S. 13-t( debts & nt Law, in the collection of Mobile First rate anil.boats will at will all -S'V but lwo :J.I-. '

dctU against said firm. JOS. D. RYAN, Tallahaser, June l3i8. 47.t(. -WATCHES, JEWELRy, *c. theCourtisa 4-c4iiMiddlc the Middle Florija.DiMrct.: He will attend ali eng-rs from the New aaay habit raj'ire ssay; '.
SETJI p. LEWJ3.
Notice. The Olfice in Hunroe Street,in the building formerly 5 pilb,and wBy :.
September 29. 183C nbi-cril cr has just re l
: 8tfNOTICE SIX m'nthsgfLcrdate we will present our ac occupied j Win. Wihon, as n Houk Store. Penllacol.Feb. 15, change ta gdft'fu
an<< veucherstolhe Hun. the of turned from New York, with G ntletoJl'n-'hbinc to .
Judge T&tllah.eeMay Udi.iS38. saPilbseaietis "
40-if _._ ____ __. es
the f I" a large and handsome a*.rt. -- .rnI.....;. .a. I .L
... __.
.
ii IX Montlis aLU.e_ I shall '.nt my sea County Court '(G ldtrd n County and a"nly >, v n i.m r > HJD p" .1
; eooots.and vouchers to the lion. Judo of( to be discharged from the admm'utratioQ on the estate .: merit of the above articles, NEW DRUG S''ORE. Air.Sewtll T. Tayor at ;ihishewttrssy'-- '-1-

the Cocoty Court of Loon County, and pray fur I, of a'amutl Ed wad,, deceased. I k.1 \": I which he expects to open I THE pcribcrs have formed a copartner : proprietor.References. as la. fetitat,
my discharge as Executor of the estate of Ellin I RACHEL EDW AflDS.1lmy'x.hiM. VC4 early next week. Also a in the Drubusincss, under the firm ot T Sand ford .and by pcrsertr
RD.iJnt'r. apd arrI1 ofWadsor--! a. McAIpin Esq Liellt.
JiurDtI'4IIeoaad. GUILFORL)I BURNIY,Ex'r. WafUcI Randolph & Lewis. op rate wMK-
,
r(.' B Legaleoc, "others interested in the July 19th. :. J5-Cm C,. Plated rr&re, tut. J, TLey flirt justrcCrt red and now otTer for sale, Plor, P Rca.New Orleans. pain, 'valets the

nlate, are requested to 1'utin their claims forth nor 3 FREDERICK TOWLE. one (four Jfttifc of Mr Birge's clothing establish! COTTON They maybe
NOTICE
with: under ef,.
ioftru'C street, a gea..a31 assortment of And any
ment, on
LL LAND
persons holding claims agaimt the FOR :
t.l.t,118. 4-Gm e litc SALEfor FRESH 04UG3 M:ri? \Es. PJINTS, LId reeomtnesJedjthsL
r of Wm J.Watson,dec.are requested to pre eni I hAVE a first rate trat ale, lying : OIL of Perfumery and THlliubscriLerwould j 1.''tan hl.iff
. Notice, them without d lsy, as I shall pre* Rt my voucher on Mkkasnkie Lake, Leon rouniy containing : togdierwiihavarlciV I to keep the MwsiP
mHt.n.denifncd, administrator of Elizabeth to the .fpril) Term 1039, of Jackson County 654| acre*,300 of which are cleared,200 ont fresh fancy aaticles for'.he :oilet the lusrner.:: r.f Cotton where.tha pf |

..'Baroey, doc, hereby gives notice that at the Court, for a final settlement, and ask for a di.- arid under Rood fenring alo in a high state of cul oidenrrom PltysictacsPlanters ar.d COu.merehantstin ."!*"/I I Xeichant.in the City ia a scathe ef vhp*
sect Term of Leon charge (coin the farther tivation. is ; be thankfully received and faithfully ::naml ttf receive Cotton,
Spring County Court be wil I adiniu'mlration of said I There al-n| a first rate tract adjoiningmy be girea ta aaa ,
fiaaUj settle bit aeeoeats aad apply for his discbargv I sstaie. THOMAS M. WHITE,Shsri plantation of 4281 aires, 175 01"which is cleared attended to 14-tf tended i.frt* Tnarkei,W I: spooav.fall '_W'
administrator afefwaid. and and under cultivation. W. W. WADDEL. coinmuuo, ana i 'ers ehiki
as as AdmV Ex officio. Both tracts hare several '.h. ,5SIk .r.
PATRICK hiM ITI!. Sept. I, :. 4-lf never f.ilinaLTums of water running through J..II. RANDOLPH.B. Acquaintance' in the 5'10 IDssS
_"8ept.1t833. -tfBU50Ll1TI01'f. them 1 would also sell with the land 10 ne*roee. C. LEWIS. I kets, he a laU enabled 1 I
tJALEElena hundred : as feel disposed to ..-.10 -h
FOR and sixty acies This property can behad on good terms-apply to NOTICE. may pat _
Land, on the head of Black Creek, four I H.B. \V ARE. : the sale of their prod ace, t .
THE Co-ranacrlbip..hertofOre cxifcrinj un-Jer hundred of which are cleared tnt! in fine condition Mickasokie. Nor. *0, hil8. 14lf \-HE"Writer informs bis friends and the pub- any part( the proceeds .p t 1
the firm of D AVIS.KINDON8, is dissolved by for crop; with agin house corn houses, stable lie, that he baa purchased the entire stock in JUSTL IAN llSiiJ 10'-.
$' DUBiuai Dt, and q Darters. TbistactofLsnddistant15 miles TALA.HASSEEJOCKEY'CL1T trade of Do1L & HCTCUIXS, and the business will '. disaoIatiat.t'sTiV. ;
Ill Tb business win be eontimeJ at the old stan4 from Tattshasseeisofgood quality and well hereafter be continued ia his own name in the same ;csc ,
by WM 4- HEKRY EJNDON watered store occupied by them. He returns bis thanks
: and in a good neighborhood. On i it ere secured to & & efthi-Wta. 1t

u.bu"J8Jd. 7 II eec hundred and sixteen shares of Union I the public foruie liberal encouragement he has re C. TT. Williams SamL ; FT** ..t-4
ceired and k
e solicites a continuance of the -
Bank Stock same. lahassee. Jas Liner it
NOT1CK. making paymcnt easy to thej'Urcha. He has &I 1.rets
subscriber being about to leave the Tern ser, and on the remainder a liberal credit (will be I assortment on used of such and wil continue to keep a general Collins JVbntkello W ,ia i_ .!
goods as are
THE allowed. i necessary for the W. G.Porter
of J
all business EPPES.. 't
with
persons having bim town and trade. He invites all -
those
o-anu-y who '
.'fit,transact it with Gen.Loigb Read his authorjxedtgeac Tallahassee Nov. 9th, IS38. 14tf have ouisundin accounts previous to 1833 Joseph.Feb. dtlera ,f
; to etll 3. 1838. 2C-jl "aoerfi .!!
,
JOUNHAVI ;
and
SUPERIOR COURT LEON COUNTY settle the same. Orders fiom the country will
pt 15 1837. .tf be ews.a; :: i-r
Fait Tent, 1838. punctually tended lo, and goods famished at A ease .taI4> "

NOTICE. Airs Spear Jonalben T. patteD, \ tb.lo..est market price.Thehigheatpncea It LL nations, from the it .

AN/ELUcRAEIfYis ray authorized agent t Partners, trading under the firm of / RACES produce. ALEX.given for FORMY all kinds ofcountrv .tJL ships,bat Columbus .aa-, 4
.Pr 'settlement of Spear& Patten. DUVAL. to America. -Before the Phcaixl .. .
the estate of John Tausi -. > AtlchHforvs THE Annual Races of Tallahassee Jockey Tallahassee, April 23. 1838. 38-tf <
tleeeased. la Leoa Cesinty. i iiarigatorpeip1e weie only ./h&fa ..:
|405 20100. will commence over the MARiON CcxauOD ii
--- :--: PHEBE TATUSI, Admr'x. John B. Peabody. ) the second LESLIE A. THOMPSON.ATTORNEY the shores. Just so with $,wfaa'j .- $
Wednesday January next,and continua -
:OcstewtO. & 11-tf I THE defendant ud all nih.r* jnf.r.f.J _:n fulir I Iwlf ,
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: ,-, PUCC.-1 .- t&keiiotc.; of the institution of this suit bv attach- Itt day. Wednesday, 9tb,Sweepstakes for 3 ai.agaJaa, a LOKW.' I'object I was Ia search of xdmtt&L41 '*. :
-, < melt! awd wlllappear and plead to the decUratiOB last old Colts,-2 mile) beats. Subscription iOO; AVING rtstn.ed the practice of his profession medicines were indeed ** -' *
.Ju.Liaa; Sfpcrior Court,-Middlt District! filed therein, within the tine prescribed by law. half forfeit. will*i'e his prempt attention to any business eoarch. but their'use ; '
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: ofrid-oV'rzL1. 1838.k L.A.THOMPSON,Atly (forpllfl Seven subscriber and eloeod. .: entrusted-10 barzflinthe Superior Courts the I tbeiii, have n jt only pasted the :

:. '\ : / Tbon4 Brown" Complt. October. is, .( 1I-3aa 2d day Thursday, 10tli<-Jockey Cluh Pane Middle peals. Dtstrictof. Florida, and in the Court of Ape valid,to the hale,tlearty'a.J 1sacUSSSJ
f4OO.mUe beat
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E''Q1O. 3d day, Friday,11th,-Jotkcjr Club Office on tkasoBtb side of Washington Square. ,
( eery..made ._,_ '. purse 91000 Feb. 17. 18:18 you h" .1 can ,thus, with is
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: .. UTilE .. -Ler has just received per schooner **- -n.- 28 perience, advUe *ith my 'aH
I.; in the abbre' Tascavilla,brig Slalirs, aad Wimrod frwa New Second Raw.-A Sweepstakes for 3 year:>old idH nrURETOWMllE. the rentier-w.. t.Mroof : : .ed;

- .f Joan Laudaman one of|hein York,1 uU supply of Groceries;Prorisioos. Dry Florida'raised Coll*,-1 mile, heats-subscription THE Subscriber has in store for sale a beauti-' UFC'MEDICINES are .

. : ,ha'viaf beiea accidentally omit.r Goods U*rd ware.Bagging,Rope,Croekw. Boots $ 4th-half forfeit.-Three subecribers and closed. ral assortment o f Fprniture,consisting of Bureaus, 1 hate on die at my office -

j$4 $ .painsotb4: satisfaction of the and Sbou ClolhiBftDrag*, Paints Oils Iron and day. Saturday/12ib,-Proprietor's ..Purse Sidtoo. a. Wardrobe;' Tables, LaJies Work dreds Utters,from! sonvi I I ;.PJ !
'. Cc'riths.i wh4twant.of this Territory 5aileJkc.eV .which $300-one mi l-beats. Three,bert fn five. Stands citi.rensofth& native ; '
be-ji oe+en ( are o8"'re4'or'MI,' oo very Bedsteads, SofasChairscurled hair Mat. my l I .-_
| total UvoTtn the Slaisi r;; liberal terms., laaters cud country Merchants are Free for all; agreeably the mice -f the Talla IratE, & A- R. J. 11ACKLEY. in testimony of.th virt\I'w the.Fdts

,UM &>* ordsrtd ftsY said, defendant do requested to call and siiini*. for themselves.L I hssse.Jockny S. Club. Entrance, 10 per cent. Tall.Jha.eSephml1er 13th, 1838. (Mw.Leather TABLE MEDICINE, : ;."I.

,. fadas*.r.UaC.mtJaiAsjirs bill, ac- .::. U A. MADDEN. THO.BROWN. .. Lime .' ,Persiinswhoi $ : t tbiidr
k&th *biIUbtkhicoD.Opikr 8L ) .A October 23d. 1838. It .' Treasurer b 'ietor. Subscribers, have., tttUl Half n i ruined.by the."all infallible" '. __, <
a bi> published -.- .Qctoberl2tb,183C. iatfTo THE" .cnnstantty.CA'hand a of the day'wiU; bear me whn ; :_, It I-,(_ i. "--i'
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lWjIk *wpeP puIaltshd in the eiyI l oad and Lots For Sale. for Gin Bands ;dicines,and such oalTi'are 8 .
:4er i&srKticcessively.jrAtv'KSi ( \N ire first day of Jknoary next, (under and *. Planters. Shoes, &e. Also,Hdrness. Carriage 1'op..8oo'1 and I manwtgbodbcalia !i.

I *$ >iMx-W ia virtue of a decree of the Iloa.'the County T": E subscribe,' haying determined to leave HAIR for a constant supply LIME, and ,
'" <*13&fffftM A EUXpALL, Judge.aAINAaD Court Leon Coftaty) I shall offer lor sale in front Territory of P.oridaeflfrs'his plantationt'Apalachicolanver.sboateight \low fcr,rtsh Plastering in s M '-wBieh -tla., offer =. .
j. of the Court House door in the city of Tallahassee .- wiles or eichjinee for hides,at their Tan GENERAL REMARKS
; ; below Yard. = -
Chat- ,DROWN .
Ute Wlowilg described AGALURAITH. FATS LIFE PILLS
propertyto witiJheSnarih tahobche'eformerly:Veraon it ci.
contains IS or 'rall&hA.lte,An II lb 1838. ,' ,r- i. '
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MIl qotJt r of section eight, ta Township."one,* 1300 "res/about 400 otrwbieh'are in a' bib state : | .tfCnbinet nsu ;75 ,
"" Baage two, north and east,containing/T.w ST oTculUvaiion, ifatrettiMat least three 5ile ; : : These mediciots hiVa ou .K ;
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1.J... A retof rs existing lee 01 aA &ere; the .west!half of Ike: south-east' theeiargtnof tbe ,Ireraf the rtcl t ctBebrike preciated,for their ar .

;, quarter of section eight!iu-whIf/..*,>north 'of r I. iwmlTofTerrdity the land i,'not to'be'.urp *' MR.ST. rtLMkU) powers of restyring perfect _f :lI
I 4I1Aq.A 'k4" .' ' I rang*two,..easV Couta/niag ft9 acres':and 18-100 if ttlu&U in the territory ; on the ptemiaet ia'' ., Cbair A.$ .kert fering wnd r*car lyevery I ., ;
b.i Li4cb&m4td,4J* ar f9 ete4to make of an acre;the vest half(the soath-west quarter comforiabletwo; story 4wellilit heusepe a bea 'a Of New, r i ia-the human frame is Ihble, ; : .
I ef section nice in 1II1I ti-I ." 'YorMateaESPECTTULLY Ia many hundreds of .
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a lCwnsuilpoconorthoflnp two train the flyer.\eonta'iin m' : Informstbe.dtlxens = .
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,14 ,. .' ..- eastcantaUing 84acres and 9-100of acre; a iA with ,
,* KAROlf; abet the following described LOTS;In.he County large wtadiitb an nteiaal'.oqi U aad of the Territory of.FJq. of aa untimely gmietnuniof U&p .' ,

... 1. qdrter aee' of;I ead tJ/the Coat of Lewi{and pod coctoD tin and eoUon Irri,pat ap this month C1-la Tida,gener Uv,4bat.be .hts tha day had : j ; }J*.-. ,; ...
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: : known. s. Lota RVabSt431U\Q aad-i;17-; fJihH aD ezcelLet spring otwattf at a'eottt'ehICtltt djstia ;jMTinanenUr-located.himself thousands they have ,
t? #; 1fIt1UW- T34bos M8APon- : 'fI tta&o1 I: tom the bouse, with P41 house .tho" Ja the City:t>rnh.a; lorm enjoyment oiia .: '

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