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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: January 5, 1839
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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B.ABRET rtl iitiYG, Frr W Genet and But that
.C. B. oilier arrival., a Ken. perpetuties.' waj geutleman not would .be a death blow to corporations; n
D and graduate of ibe Medical( Con'geot eral fks.irtmcSit f the most rash ion alle 'of blue 'DECEMBER TIJIRTY. NE. EIGJtTREN or- Virginia obaeb .
& style aware, that another articlo of the Bill ,of body would faithin lead
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wuU as the European CoUegeof deu.burgi1 black,tJiowa.1taixed and HUNDRED put money, upi .fcowever,.that"tb.Mat loWeco raided I Is t&Waed !
a! IMCJ v.itH.nv.uassirnares, THIRTY-EIGHT. '
Ohio 1IDdoD'and Pans,) Ila.YJOI located Iiiuse1(: J'.- *", *&>hicli they would be pleas*]lo mAke | Rights, contained an cxpres repudiation and such ,hazardous condition 'Tbo, Hoosshoulddeliberate H'a '.exported, bSh1gI..erVe1f34
,vith a view for T'Js nljrht, the sacred hour for man's reposl prohibition of them. If it be intended ,
tIC LtO JctI'crson county ( I t uJ ihczrtome. They having been selected to coolly, and weigh, .will the. thtf marrafactaw.. of' the etfebr6dvana 11 .
: *' ft pernllnent residence) respectfully with! great etre from the latest New York'Itnpor. A calm pervades all nature-.beast and bird affect the action of this house in regard to consequences of its decision. Utile influence : "i
flroFe&Sionalservires to l its inh3bitalltl tat ions, Caoott fail to pi.l ase the Haro sought in haste their sgart; after;*elliag,. U .b bten.\
tderI t I I. r most fastidious. stillest resting phfc ; certain existing institutions, it will benecen4ary corporations wai shown to be injurious '
ui thC adJ'aceat rouDtry iu the Ilftucof P"yC'fiaritry RE4PY MADE CLOTHING. And not a round is heard /\ formed, for rriort tbaaardoU**' &i poas4 <
save the old clockkVhicii to inquire, what H a monopoly Is a limit their power and definitely fix their privileges -
anJ !"idwirey. Superfine blitk, blue and As the tobacco .iafadj Md ,C1JrM:'bert ian
fancy colored drub 'I :
OficeatMr.Dac.n) $. Frocks dof,., coats, never tiiinf, ticks the hours away ; bank monopoly, over which it is deemed necessary for he according to his ability, had endeavored considered iaJariorTfe?
3, 1838. )*-" He, second after second steals, till man' to asuerl tho of tho law? to do much advance the internal b-judg"N.o.< )
Noreml er Supernwjhlue, black, brown, drab, and mixed supremacy to the best Harannabj it would' probably: ..1h
LAW NOTICE.WM.H. OveMo\t'\o 'dot cloth, do. Beaver do. Mohair do.'I Short day it numbered. Soun he'll sound tho IpcllDf Are not they created by the law of land,- improvement of tho country, and he could for tfean'that stieIsbelow "

BROCKENBROUGIf, Attoiney & Blanket dfc-: ti/Chtem/u"d"d thirty-eigh., nor pause '1 and subject to its action. Can the tern mo- vote for nothing that would imply' an 'intention even a higher pricv ;
Iii courts Fine, I'Uck and CilSS". Pants, Fancy colored do. I fo shed a tear at its were it properly prepHed for atketi
at Lu.wi.1I practice t BuckskinPlid & expiring nopoly in its odious sense apply lo a stock of bad fa lib, or infringe upon the character .
Ribbed do.Spangled Doeskin according to tb. Cob method n .
offrsnVlin.Calhoun, Waslungtonlackson, Gads-: do. But, which U and sold in of the State. For the of the *
Commot Casso do of all colors, fine blue every day bought open good Stateho .
and the Court of Appeiils.Residence ,mixed Not There doubt but th t Un .tsI'
dell and Leon counties, and Fanc>5auiriett do. so with roan. He vvccpH to seo the golden i ihOf fair market. would give corporations power to improve can DO no *
palachicola. Ken turfy Jeans do.Doubleshd life diminished by another treble plant may tw e4.Hj added t9 die tft-
H.lv year. lie gives I Sir, the amendment which /have offered the country and protoct both their privilege
Nov. 1,1813. single breasted Cloth vea's Reluctantly the parting hand, and fain Ck riching staples, and other nvmtfous rtttaiceo
NUTICB Super- I to the house, contains simply a general WI the privileges of the people under the
fine '
Lhcksllk Velvet)
Jo. Plain black and blue Sa. Would blot from Time's eternal record that form the golden fitted of tu,8ondtt, (
hi. which i is contained in the niield of the Constitution.
given ti all "hoin it may conrcrn,that tin do. ffc fi.ureddo.f4ncy I position cons
hereby
figure do. ifi.'decd. which Northern moaapoUsts fisd it 00 coa :
I being coDVUCfdlhai 1 there i is 8t'ertain setof persons ColorcdJValeritiis.t : of superior quality, Fancy Bat they aro registered beyond I (ion of the United States and in the constitd* Banking was not now before the Houso;

continually hanging abot.t me, nuK'ng every Silk doWo cloth Velvet,-Fair, fancy 'j'biber- The power r.f change. Too well he knows, that : tion of every Slate in the Union, viz. that no when it comes, members might indulge venient to shear, but wboBe <&ahDce-.4a4----4

effort to gct me intoxiraied, vvlieieby they ore enabled colo-e. l.ilJt \.et.-Fallcy figured do.-superior When a few more years ale finished, he muni meet, lust shall be passed impairing tho obligatkm argument. lie looked upon'the amendment cupidity,' we trnstVwill not be ro ch Joftger,
swindle: me milof pr"I'erlY-lDlt; know- qualat1acllutcst' Ml< cut silk VeUctdo. Not deeds unresistingly submitted It I...aD..dftDtago ,
to my j only performed, but those "
designed, of contract!*. The proviso wh ch is as dangerous. He would have it the law of
whom I I A 5"ric'r
arnjusJv pro- '
' in*ihnt there are n'any: persons to I quality oMLadies Cloth: Mciino, And answer for them all in :an unknown of this culture tat 4t afibrda *&/
existence.
j indebted, and whom f am in every way disIwisej :rhiLe d Damnsk Clnaka. posed to be added by the gentleman (Mr. the !!land, that the obligation of contracts could instance, in nrhirh tf Aagricultural m.&Aura tM1M .n
iare tllc 7lft of'Dec.11S321 ehi Man may drive reflection from ----- -- ----- ->- ---.----- --- .
, top f'- on "* fly is German Jackets and Pants.Ciavats WestcOIt,) if I understand it, is intended to not be impaired by the proposed clogs; it
latgaiuod cold ai.d conveyed unto Robt. L. Me' black Italian silk do, superfine his thoughts and blot from menury'0 page qualify, this general principle and to establish might bo understood that the Legislature fatal eata are happily coabiaed*
JfnriIOfl. and ED.. House, all my negroes, house- I till cd Tho recollection of his crimes, but they will stand aa Its bihgcit profita can only bo-obtained by,
liold and Litchen Furniture, stocks of horse, hogs Vn"and silk: Pocket Handkerchief-. ndcllible in GOD'S ac-eou..t-'tiil sad inU in the case charters of incorporation might impair these obli ation.. Upon extraneous putting the tobacco into a wroqbt form and
and cattle and every other specie of I'r'p"1"ty of (so' and woolen uliiils and drawers Cloth do. Tis fearful to lavs may be passed impairing the obligation subjects there would be sufficient into ,
\r\iich\ I am now poss Med in any way whatever, ; I Boys Childffns do., anticipate the year Iff ontr.tcrt. Now, sir, if we depart fromth time to speak, but ihe wished this principle making Mgara. t
desire that ju-t.cieditms their demands I Oak When Heaven's retribution will be stamped The subjoined directions wIll ba fcund i
endjl my fnFent Philadelphia i made tuporfine Boots. invariably in clearly expressed in the Bill of Rihts.We .
aainst me to did said R. L. Hair.s and I Fine 1k thnbrcilas.r'e Upon its close. ANONYMOUS. I ? path pursued every state more specific and minute,than any": -thahajfbcfore >'!
n.:: I U. House for 5(1Ilflllentnl1! hope that every 1 clothing of all ciiptions. that has gone before ui, let us have somejtrODdandjufTicient'rcason know not when or for what occasionthe ( been giyan'to the pubtk) and !iIl
jndu'jeiico: wi'l'! be f'x end'd that they cn po afford, IU such dutts \ill be paid as soon us poski- able F Hats. DEBATESIN Lt us good an opportunity as another to elicit it might be when they bad neither money nor Lope, prove uco

blc by the said 1 In: risen 5f House out of.the pioncrtrhejetoforc Met ,nc' j>ilK, wJIllen1..rlIo: and Cotton IIci THEC02vSTITUTIONAL the truth and settle the principle. If the credit to enable them to defend the wive tribution t. the pages o(tbe1Jk.ridJ.
conveyed by mr. fiICr)',. \V itb respect, your obed't ert% .
1 Signed JOHN WlTNN. Lini Collars and Bdttims. CONVENTION. proviso of his colleague was adopted, he and children :of their hearts. They mightin W. H.; Bl"tlONS.. .

tadidei1 Co. Dtc. 17, 1S38, 20-1t B.OI Cloths, Ca!simcrL-i", Satinetli:; aid Veil.ns would! then propose that the following words making application for assistance, be .
Mr. Ward proposed as the 19th artirlo of Copy of a letter from Joseph HsIKrwidri. &q.
v1sLUrLo.j'HE ) nfal dencriptioiu. 17 tf. shftuld be added thereto : provided that no looked upon as a money making race, ever j
the Bill of Right*, that no law the to Dr. Wm. H. Simwoo, dtrf, /
C -pLrtne"IJ p heretofore existing under Law Partnership. imparing charter shall bo annulled except for nonuseror read) to break engagements honorably entered -
firm of HAIILEY and GORJtf.iN is obligation of contracts filial! be made. Mala.Coaprs, IStia April 1830. .
the ever ,
r. Law Partnership heretofore exit,tin: l he. for violation of law. into-as a people, without honor, and
this day dissolved by mutual consent. All buMtieis .ycen WM. P. DUVAL. and the'IIonoiable Mr. Westcctt would declare tie: supremacy -', Contracts made in good faith and rigidly I more than Carthagenian perfidy. Look upon Dear Sir.-I have delayed this communication -'

of\\h"said is duly firm will authorize be settled lo scale by W.iheeimr.P. GORMAN ItlCHiRD.C. ALLEN.. United, ban been dissolved by tinappmlnant of the law over all contracts and all cnr- I performed, were entitled to honorable consideration the position of the United States iu the on the culture of'CuJ a iobaccp loi-v

P. 1!. HARLY as aJijdge of, nnd tre Superior r the Com Malen U for,Florida.of the latter, jorstionft, and that the power of the law and he begged the Hou.e not so last war. When la r treasury was exhausted ger than I ought but ej-yqa are..acquainted.

Nov. 21 18:8: -tf fl'm. P. GORMAN. \Y | P. UVAL, &. Wm. 11. BROCKCN- should in no case be circumscribed or abiid". ..much consider the particular features of with a foreign enemy upon, her coast, and with the multiplicity of engagements thai

P. S. The business will bs contincd ,at the old BROuGH.are now unfociaied: n .ruirtners in the ed. the present argument ts its bearing upon the her nrmy shivering with nakedness and pri- have constantly occupied my attention, l .,

tsnd where a gencr1asiitiuent of GORMAN.toj.is inny beat pradift Law. TiHfintrridingaLTan\has: l'c, Mr. Ward would ask the honorable gentleman future action of the Legislature. If no 0- vatiuu on the northern frontier even with trust that you will excuse me.

"und all times._NOIICE.Wm. P. '.' the DufaHwiil ttjcr at attend the town the of court A ppal.tcIIicIn.Vni.nail the. P. from Leon, what he meant oy the visions relative to the obligations ol contracts pi unimpeachable credit she' could only obtain The first thing'to be considered ia this, as .;

Appeals Su- terms of his amendment. For himself, here $85 for of She in other culture i w the toil which for
A GENERAL rut em; g of the tt-cHiolders 0'( peikrj-ourt* in I con, Jc.tr ron, tindrden, Frank. was made, let it be known in what $100 scrip. liiumphed, every ,
%_ tl.e Union Bank ol }Flor.da will be held: at liii. Callicuii\ Count'c; Mi. Brock nbrotigli and elsewhere, at all times and places, he ii-lit i contracts on the nuture ho alluded (to and triumphed nobly but could she have raised this kind of tobacco ought to be of a rich .

their Banking House in the City (.f Tallat.a., on will end the court of Appeal and the Supe.ior would support the supremacy of ihe law, but were considered. If really odious and im- the means, had her credit been a matter of sandy loam, neither too high or toe ,low ; .

the firbl Mond ly in Fehru.iry'and next, to appoint Directors coujsjs.Cc.rJot"Jacks n,\VM.Frankln P. DUVAL.WJJ. Callicun. and La.n he would enquire what idea the gentleman proper, let it be shown, and the reason fairly speculation or of perfidy,had been anticipated. that is, ground capable retaining moisture. -
the enuin foroihcr
for JOHN; year PARKlIILL.Cavhior.purposes. H.BROCKCNBROUGH intended to convey. Hit nieantirnpIy that staled. I When we want credit or means, what would The more level tbe better, end if possible, '

Dec. '2 183.: 22tf c 22d.1s3l. IC-Cm the law of the hind should be supremo, he ,I be! our character with such a condition in our w811 protected by margins. The next shouldbe
wild
Mr. Westcott in he had been
NOTICE Notice. would agreewith the honorable member, und reply I constitution as (hit proposed by the member the select of a spot of ground to mako.
misunderstood. It his desire
Co-nartncrfhip here tofnre c-xistirg under persons indebted to DANIEL McREANY Ire wished him to come forward in cxplana- was Rot bank to attack or Leon, (\Ves oU.) In event of a foreign the necessary beds.It .

THE. firm of HOLT, &. CO., at 8l. A Juring the year I I83<3, and the film of MeKABffYard ion, to the end, that upon this question cv- any public body, corporation or I war, Florida would be tho theatre of naval would be preferable! to make these. on .

Marks is this day dissolved by tnuiu: .il cons: rt i iAllprrsunshulIIgaccounts HA WES dnriii- they rais 1-37 and ory member of the house should vote understandingly. nil simply to assert a cardinal, fundamrn- opcratior. ,and the scene of a deadly and tornble land newly cleared, or at all events wh
I. with raid Firm, -fife notified that immediate payment must be tal principle. that no body of men could be conflict, with a servile population, more I lacd bad not been seeded with gnu ; for .
are requested to settle them with G. G- Holt and mala to the subscriber who is duly authorized to placed above the law, rind to deny the rightof '
Mr. Woodward umlcistnod the formidable in midst than s edd '' with
aprin
George Millerof said firm, who are duly authoiiscdtu reoaje the same. FRANCIS HAWES. perfectly such The our a legitimatecontest I grass o8 up together tho
close: the same. S S TAFT, : 1. 1838-tf honorably member from Leon, on his right. creating or confirming a body. with the most powerful nation. In tobacco, would injure i it materially, as the

G G HOLT TVeticc.S The hnguage was perfectly consistent, and application would come up in the consideration such a condition, what could we effect with a grass cannot be removed without disturbing

I GEO: MILLER. IIA,":Il:S at the sale'H of tile EslaloofDruiy capable of no misJnt rpretation. The constitution of other articles of the Constitution. flighted name, with a time serving and tarnished tka tobacco plant. Io preparing the groood.
f .St. Marks, September 22, 18: 7-2m of the United Suite for lie had provoked no discussion relative to The of tbe U. for the nurseries break it
. WMiinnif dectn.-eil, aie heieby jiotifidilit provided reputation. example op properly grub, *
t'uoaun'! THE. Business of Holt 4-will Miller.in future G be ranted G HOLT on ,under their notes tire'dcpo.itcd in the Uni >,n, Ii Ink expo lt facto laws and explained the applica- banks, but Mr. Ward had chosen to bring il S. was worthy of consideration. To insist up all tho small stumps, dig out the, root ,

GEO\1ILLER. f rif:lection. TOM PETER CHAIRED, ion in civil and criminal cases. That was up ou this occasion, and he had met him on upon clogs and qualifications would destroyall and carefully remove theta with the hand; :

p 1-tf GREEN II. CHAIRCS, ) h for him his own way ; ho would however prefer standing chance of State. Let this being 'tip bed three '
NotIce Executors. authority high er. ; both provisions our becoming a the dope make firoaj to', 1

All\\ persons iutcrcMid in the estate oi I. Gerar- v- I.UABLK CITY PKOPEUTY FOR were also incorporated in the con.litu- upon a broad principle, and le.tving the House, therefore,'leave local details for tUo four inches bJgh.dfa r aswiabIe1enjbjzj&rove ,. j
lion Indiana. Ho understood the honor application to cases as they might occur. and nieetibe of tbe iaviofa ( titre to three vfiiTi.mrieel*broad
IblU.of Leon County Court, the Administratorwill | HAT Valu>ib'e Pioperty situated on Monroe able entlE'mau'8 language to be a perfwMconrnidictiorf Mr.tienien_ _Jl.,4ky totuur "n- bility of contracts, face to fi e. aa to enable the band at arm's. leogth, to j

tile his final accoun't and make his settlement! Street, at the South Wcstvo.nerof Washsquaio in terms. hOW was It possible had seen fit to pursue, as it appearedto Mr. Thompson saw nothing terrific in weed out the tender young .plants 'with the ].

IJJ.J 1.1.l'raYIllisck.are as.admiuisttaior aeconling in t n is offered at private sale. The to declaro the entire supremacy of the him nothing but the raising of bad passion affixing a condition to the obligation of fingers from both sides of the ted,and keep *

F. GERARDIN, lings are at present occuped;! by Mr. Davis. law, nnd in the same breath assert the right *. Why bring for'nrdthe question of contructs. Inconvenience would only arisein them perfectly clean. .r|

Adni'r. of ). Gcrerdin, deeiancd. I 'eel Print klier r{, Know Odice, ihe& Hoichinn U. S. Quarter, jg t.1eVateh.! Master. of riding over all liw and all obligations. banks with so much warmth, when it was so regard to thcpasf', for in future, there Tho month of December and January ,;

,i J"ae ii, l83-n,3 46 & F.. Ln.ei'bunjfr, ond J.A. Bcrthcote! ,Esq. Mr. Westcott was dtawn into ihi debate uncalled for and unnecessary, instead of could be no ground in any case whatever are the most proper for sowing the seed io /

F. GERAJ1DILA i-itu\ti: forous'nesa IB onn nf th,. mr!t die Ity his colleague on the left, who had invited confining the debate to the actual subject to charge the State with tho violation: of thn tojntry- some persons speak of planting -. t
of T. G
DMINISTIt.U'Oit of the estate: rsr- in the City. Apply to WM. P. UUVAL, ho discussion on diP ground that now was under di-cu&iion When the question of since all it as early as the mouth of November;', \
ltin, ba vi-" oIJ out tl.e entire tock in Imde an obligation, contracts would bemndi
tf in fact'of Dr. Chun Hii
10 Messn. Bryant anl Nui:z, whe wil: con.inuc at 10-14 I All he time *to bell the cal." The gentleman Imld.1t! comas under consideration we "honld undcd the declaration nnd distinct lam, however, of opinion thai about the 1st /

the old Stand, lespcctfully informs all thoro pcreontxkohai I ., Law Notice.UOH. just ?ct down, had introduced an article from then be prepared for it. He said ho was avowal oftlu Constitution. lithe declara- ter part December U.the best.timo to 'sow j

"* any\T ,Lrh a (r jewelry let! for repair, II. DU VAL. Attorney. at Law. will the constitution of the United States in aid son/ for the introduction of so much irrelevant rion of the Bill of Rights was hereafter found. lob.ccosead; any sooner would expose* the .N
that they w ill find them cal at the in till thj C >n.t: oi'Jl/idJIe FJorj-:
by ing same pr.icticc
of hi He would certain sub- matter. Whether the provision of the I plants to suffer fioai tho inclemency ,of the
argument. 1)11 be trirkish the :
place, where alf all 111Ot-e who hnt arrears to sellUvill The drawing of Deeds, Bonds, Mort a en, to or deceptive, people had '
: p'cate c.tIJ! aou F. (;(rar in. vhocontinne ill I lilher legal instruments pn-mpily attcnd.-d to. eels agree with this gerMcman in his admi- United States Constitution, relative to the the power to vmend, modiy, or bolish it.. moat severe part of our winter inonp Bo

to keep II:. office th" re. fice in tin bame CoI..m o-cupi d byVm. P. lJu.fil ration of the article; hut he would not agree obligation of contracts, bo in ours or not, it Whether tbe seat of war be Florida or elsewhere fore the seed is sown, take some dry traah t

NU.emt1or astn. I83J. 18 len under the Union Bank.f with him in the construction or extent lo would be equally obligatory, and could not he believed that Americans, both in and burn it off upoa nursery beds, to destroy ,

u.iN'ii SvAiKEI4.ATTORNE .' November 28-h 1838.-18 which__.._._ .Vio_ ivriuM. ..._ mrrv il. .in. enninnr'mn__un .._. with..... be avoided. As to the propriety of introducing the North and South, were read. v. aa. thllV insects and grass seeds; Ihq tab,oeeeaac |
Y A T LA Ur, tW. 11'1 11 r Ii h a I s Sale. vested rights. i'heo; were o'.her rights in a it, he would say, he wished that no deviation always had been to meet the- foe", w and- -fight of tobacco aced and D it with aboat- a

WILL practice in tho Courts of the Middle Dint, rid V1BYi..tuc of a writ Court of fieri of facia Leon?, issued) out the()f community as dear and as cloar as vested should be made in a grand and fundamental for tliuir wives and children, though their I quart of dry ashes, MO aa toseparatitbe aecd

ovtr of Florida.J. B. Cull'Hi._tore office,m;is Tcllaliamce the! firl room, when to lie lie riht.naj, ; Middle DUliict pcrior of Florida! wherein County Richard K. right, which should be equally protected byaw principle, {from the manner in pockets might not bo filled with money. lie as much as possible, aod tow it brad' cast.'

Iwiys be found. Cal? Governor of Florida, in plaintiC and Alexander but ho wished to sec no description of which it had been asserted and set forth in saw no objection in tbe amendment, and con- After tho seed hot beea thus sows the tar

1 D. AUSTIN & CO. Foiny Dtival, administrator of S. S. Pe b1e' I rights placed above the law. lIe would never (lie constitution of every other state. In the sidered it would prevent future misunder face of the bad ought to'ba raked aver alight,

s-'cfendjnt, I have levied uf inform the eittz-n* of llala, oe Public Sale Fr'ulay. the 4ti!! of January consent to standing. It had been a subject of much .
WOULD on : day
l inityth/1t they have taktfuhe sire next the following negl'olJ..to wit: ClDur, ogtdabfo I authority to create odious privileges and monopolies position as any proposition in (hid or any other discussion heretofore, u bother Congress bad whole weight of the body with u, that the
en Main Street,lately oe<'upie ; 22 or 23 yeal5; aged ut 161, and then dignify them with the I or had not tho power to create corporate
V E-,wlitre they are row opening a eonplctu fia- I II Roanna aged about 40, and her child Ste.i fix to their seed, and then water it. Should lie'
trim cot of Rich XV A I CUES, Ju rery4.Silrer) 1 Yf art ; I name or contracts. It was the duty of the I o a qualification enteiprctation privileges. He denied tbe power, and had aarserj

i and Plated Ware, Cutlery, Fancy ar.I'c., )hen Levied, about 10 as months the old.property of the said S. S. Convention to provide that whenever such i of the inviolability of the obligation of con- always been of that opinion. To prevent I I bed apparently become ,dry fiosa bKghtiag

which they offer on as good terms as they 80 be Pebble, and upon to be sold in 'l.nt of the Court.house'door privileges were cieated. they should be always tracts. For himself, he requiied none. lie I trick or misconstruction, a vital principle winds or other causes, watering will ba ablolutcty -

purchased in this country. between leJftl l hours to satisfy said executionac.ording I subject to the control of the power by would vote for tbe simple proposition, without of right should be plainly set forth, and sub- necessary; for the ground 'ouf Vt rto
Personal attention given to Watch r inng, law. SA M'L H. DU VAL, for he be kept ia nioiat slate from the time
whch 'from long experience, they can sa c theThey to which they were created. Ho would con- qualification or explanation, Understood I ject to no chance of misinterpretation.: the"
public, will be done in fird.rete "nntr! Dec.3rd, J.. Marshal.A tend further that no monopoly above the law it, and every body eKe, had both Look at tic statute book oftbe seed is planted until the yeong pfaat9. are

flatter themselves that by given due fit_._an in Teacher Wanted, should: be suffered 'to exist, or that a legislature seen it, and understood the manner of its application I I We under of Territory. 'hue enough to ta ect out.
bnnncts, with a dtiiie to please, to rercivtl share fElHE truteesofthe Pleasant Urote Xcadeiny.M. and operation. Were the gentleman were a government corpora- t
fthe public putronage. 1TaliahaMcg is d'lflrou. of engaging the services of some should pretend to cull such monopolies I I (ions, and not a governmeatof the people. The nurscriej being made, proceed pre

; rfovcnil! I 17. 183B. 1 IS gentleman possessing: a good English nnd Classical contracts, or by any reasoning to consldt-r prepared to present a constitution sotrammelled I Tbo people bad no, rights remaining. There jore the land where Lhe tobacco U U bout

CO-PARTNEBSIIIP. Education, to take charge ot said Arad!my as them vet-ted rights. If the Convention would that Congress would ba compiled : were cjrporations for Kail-Roads, and corporations 3ut. If the Land ia newly cleared (*a4 BOW
' ,ntered early as possible. For further information, call decide thr. ho would Ho offered to enquire if there was not some bidding and is
u.1tUE Subsciibfirs have intnpaflership at his residence. question, yield. for Banks, which, if not dishonestly probably more-favorable the pre-
-u uDder the fil'm of J. B. BULL i . W. H. CASSEL3, Secretary. only to stand upon the general princi- I were at least; unadvisedly passed. Tb. of this plant Uun if ia to that e/aay
'HrJ.rry un the biisin.asuf MERCIIA TAILORS that no corporation charter or exclusive to impose upon the judgment oi others, oilier, both as
sad
: both in this .Iaee cod the city. Ne' Pleasant Gi 've, Pn York. Arrangements base Lent fl1aIeI eon- Dec. 8th, 1838. body .should be either sanctioned, confirmedor why any bars for the internal improvements of 'remove 84 many of tbe stumps and roett ,aapoasibk .

,. Unt and full supply of Clothe, Cassirtc Vests iEIVk.LL: NOL1CL I recognized, a* being beyond tbe common should go for tbo original motion, and against I the country., In his (Mr. 'I'a) opinions all I i ), and dig up tbe ground .ia nub a

ings, etc. and a large assortment of BeClotJiit' Made nubbcriVer having been duly appointed I action of law. the suggestion of 1\1 Westcott, but without public works already commenced should maDDer to tender the surface perfectly
", and ihy,are DOW picpired to lommoartieie- THE of the Court oi Chancery, Leon. reference to the question banking or corporate be loose; thou level the sad \
du their customers and the public, in a._ County, Middle Diirict of Florid, in the tate of Mr. Ward did not differ from his colleague This should stand itbelf assumed by the State, and the State carryon groond ia this
called (or in tb"ir line. Ohe of the pirtrls, Mr. Mary Cint'T .Iministratrii of Wm. Center vs I upon the general principles, and was equally powers. by all that might bo deemed necessary here state leave it until the Buraerjr plaau _ft"
forward in its
Wade, residing in New York, will crubl Jlitm to John B. Keen, hereby gives notice to all persons I opposed to monopolies or the creation of and come proper course. after. He would go for the amendment acquired: about one half the growth .ac
neeDle all orders promptly and on the 6*t rca indebted to the IDle firm of Center and K en, on i privileges to place any body of men above Mr. Duval agreed with the gentlemnn prefering a government of the people to a zany to admit their being set out. TWo break- t

oBtbleteriu" IJEMY J. U. BlfL ADr", tfoie, Band, Book to make Account immediate, or otherwise, that to they the he law. lie would go any length to establish from Jackson, upon the propriety of appearing government of corporations.Mr. up.tho ground a second time,ia .lha .*.
payment
T>;'.>1iaMe N 8f. 17.I93. I 15 'are obscrilxrronly required -and notice isal o given to all persons that principle, but he thought Ibo gen to ample over every right and principle McCants Jefferson said he MUDU as At first, aa io" thia way a&)tb0 *.

: iEw GOODS. wh., aro now, or was at the time of the death llcuian nut candid in bis mode of argument by which all the sides in the Union wrro order. Ho rose small fibres of roots aDd ,their,.roo d; rtsL .
to asked
cj TUP. subscriber gives ooiiee t.e h'ufr mis nnd of W. Center, in po' esion; of any goo..", wares, which conveyed the supposition that he, (Mr. ] governed. Local interests were not nov- before a point what the for information will be more or less aeparatad. aod tao :&-;irjp..

,. public that be bas taken theitof on the merchandize, notes, bonds, books of account, or any W. to "bell tbe cat" for the : the House, but general principles, a distinction was subject before the House vials roach of that degree of ttpu&guue*;"if4?' '
was
J' orDer opposite of Me* r.Gn'blo' &.He wherewhich other wot:erty whatsoever, belonging io the saidfirmluuttl.ey ) purposa to be the more regarded, because The debate bad assumed. such a discursive common to new.land, and which if,7a' *
1. hu lot of forthwith deliver the same to theundcrsnr.J"ln of prosecuting other purposes than those now character much ftfrattz *
fresh so
opened a .goods, umoi ; extraneous matter had the
.llIa 'be found obedience o the order of Court. before the house. business having a direct influence on banking measure. cause af aojn, land; atwov,. '
introduced that
been it
W M. HILLMRD, would in regular time and was difficulty for producing veil Ui. 41. tho
Sattinetts Brown come up place year, at :aoU doe V:..
t sheeting, Dec. 8.1838-18 Receiver. Mr. Westcott had only repeated the words when the subject would come fairly before I members to know upon what specific proposition not lay close enough to,Mt roMs of tho .f

Bleached) do. Fancy Print; iN JUSTlOtiS COUHT, "bell tbe cat" as they hid fallen from his the House. He opposed any qualification I they were called upon to vote. He plants growing io U; jo that(: .lho.ur.of.nk: .
Turmtures White Cambri g Leon..County.-At1aehmen: He intended invidious in- was at least, opposed to the amendment
: Magnolia District, : colleague. no to.a direct proposition universally adopted! of produced other effect thai that,or'J t
qt Cot do. French Muslins, cy.Handkerclie1s for 050,iwied tat December,Seixu.1838. sinuation. because it was unusual, and he was not I the gentleman from Leon county, (Mr. ring ibo earth still more from thmmr-'PnmrtrJiv'

Ye&tings, Ahigah Returnable Hall Uti., Y.January Edward 1839, to Justice Bynb Mr. Ward replied, he wished to eti' him ashamed to follow in the tracks of the great Westcott,) because it was a violation of a the land be such as to admit .being, ro tdk;

: ALSO self before the housed there appeared to be men who had formed the constitution of the great principle, engrafted in the common with the plough U ought eeftsJahrrlo W bcs i

Gents. fine Boots Water pr fI ririViE.defendanU and; oil other interested sn.ututlon:I n disposition in a certain quarter to connect United States; who had not deemed explanations charter of our liberties. Whatever coursebe ferted to the,.cosQOM>]icltQv: *".Zbe-phugt

: Do. Seal do. Legaitcr do. aiel T ..id..se sub will attachment take notice of and the are required him invidiously with the subject of corporations Decenary. Any qualification or clog might lake when the subject 9rbanu'otcorporations however, should bo oieladad aftrtbapba'

I Brogans Kid do., Call sh Kid, of the abQve and plead try to Lb.same a'cordiol .\. ; and some supposed' scheme (or put-imposed by this Convention, would conY'c1ihe was shackle brought up, ha was not' aro aet out. .. f-'** ** '$

"to appear, : AHIGAU, HA.L. ,\ cing'them above all law. He was not sent intention of some cunning or trick, that disposed to or qualify the.abstract '.The ground havin \
t- Do. Fioe'Seal and Moroct J pampi. : FI u r. question, by it, witbr other a'IPre W3l ,
connecting
Tallubassee, Dec. &. 183 to'thiihouse on account of his connection no*.body before ever dreamed of. Wouldnot nropcnIyeIhed 08';tad w.p.1dt at't .

ALsO ,,18- t with any existing institution, nor to protnote Congress fear the faith of the State'of matters Ann properly .before W 9I-: grow
. -1 IMotoeco 1.ot.\fij?
lAdies that discussion
6oe.Legaitt bOOt l .TEN, DOLLARS REW Dr any'private view 'or exclusive. privileges. Florida Upon) the admission of the State would now.ceiue, and cabbage" ; = .
and Pranello Boofcei alICC&i ...t, L50rret to all be various be that the Houu. would incorporate i. :in the first ,'
; one,1ostAbout.35,43ly He traa opooaed to'monopolies- there would agreement to entered wet 'or c'oudy' WQtb: tc t ,{
: Fine. Red slippers, Morocei and 8' mare IbOUt$ ''BrNt8Tuf ol&noaTtICU 'rWink. legislation /orparticulttrand not general good;', upon between Congress and the people Constitution, an,article declaratory'! that .no netting them Out.' Tou: !"l
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Kid:shoes';Seal l'arid Ca1f'otees.., O CHAKLsf-o'mneWencfTallahame.ifceV .j In offering the amendment_ submitted by him- of the Slate and the General Government law, impairing' the obligation of contracts, II great care, arod Ike pIddistancetftharia !: ;..>

fnrch sers ar rftpeetfull solicited t call MItllmtb.'thi 1)ec.- 3t i_ he'had a' double porpow.' First, to l incorpo,. relative property and other matt an,and, such shall l .ever bo passed., rTbe.arlicle ai>out'thw'( .
sti6eniioek of < aj1cteah. 'h..Id. ; : .affixed to the proposed to be, inserted
.. } : rat* la'the Conititution.nlmprtiu prib: on .xirapidbiiryqnihification. by Soutlri t.Oa1id. .
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NUt" P: ( '' of inviolability: of Mr. Ward.wa then adopted.' t '1 : '
-. ,A.a RARE.r t.ipl.'and'aecondlr, o give ,an'oppettabltvtn2 principle preserving \ 'Conrt iBasIudW .t:
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_>ee..I,18J8. ,.. ,1.JBti4.Tel i d, cootraetK 'The' cltar;understanding'. f of the, \\f;'> :. .' d Ihlil e10ei toeib tht ;
le,1 i -
) r I I"Rt.10'1'ltlfi'I.P do".r.ln ul IhS tp4Jphp J tettaded to advocate'action td this bouie, 1 foedfliuteat -; u..riOltwaf: the tnort important for inluriflgihs.dvairmentOtithe'ms4teTnal : (Fran LJJ.'i Ui.nr; i1 ali lL)' :!

vii' 4 :and w1tb1thrVpiiD.ciphi.tetueo !lo improvements 'ON '
1hf.' s i ; THE CULTIVAtI0tffOF-
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?UrfttirrnM*'fulUWscfbn'them by'p 'i ni injury which; they would' 'otherwise I of the segar Lns"l. :which. ,6f course "bbs' also i M i priitdfba; guard drove them o 1. woanobfoftlitur two ing shown' tb they couhi lrins pf.d ditrautumn lesson 'they would not ..iU/,..forget..??( I

across tin beds, tban'byrrosaiag; them in aa receive if they caJ1e' suddenly in' contact 1 to be deducted. 'jTbis'would/varyaccor .ninb.r,and recaptnrerf..Ipb and U*. : ; the summer.:and part. t. Adams bored, and ezaiese4" Very.. ler-_
oblique dire tioa.. To set- the plant. oUtrguliiy with othei bodies j-when. fresh ,cut* Then dig lo the facility of-obtaining, l'tralS\\itlttf* troop. We tt 1'lared that without gremtjsatce: | K 1if4; wing the !'*) -<- I "
take a i*sfc> tine of 105 f leet in placed as many plants' On each pole or.ride a'i- I pr tbl7weuld not exceed 25 t pe th.'Indjou have twee been {ca post summer, although thektr were kept Mr. Waddy Thompson said he ::wms'surr
length with stick 'three feet bo and : box. .' r !in continual jcprjqBpljon, t i. icatter- the South too deare .' "
pointed Jong many conveniently 'carlied take < :J\W !! T>7 f entUman from too West, that the i was proud to ita Ee'prt'sentatives
attached to each end of it,then insert a small them into the drying house, where the tobacco To Dr. WM: SIMMONS. fu !pi! tUf. ladians have recently, mad their ed in rmall bands, succeeded mmittiog discuss;; a ttabjcctwbch,.woaid .
b piece of rag or something i l.II'e' through the is strung offupon the frame prepared" L 4 ..I r' .1.,. ippB !5inc,Tn the noiihbrb&o of St. Andrews Bay aeveial murders, which,on a ft er so ex- disgrace a County Jositre Coart. *;
,I iinoatthedietuicaufif to feet' and three I for it, l leaving n small space between the two THE FLORIDIAN. Pbeyuppear peaceable, hiving committed no otherdepMduions tensive, could carcely have %\et prevent Mr. Wis (observed, t he bad at nrsl 4'as'
fourths from each other,place it Nonh and plants,. thai the air. may ..circulate freely kill cattle oocMiooly for their turned the &ground t i it .L uld not he enlertaioed -;
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South, (or as the land may. require,)} at full among, and promote their drying. As the TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA:: own use. Wo&presume. Capt. Hatter will endeavor In the month of April, i b a" I ol the but when on a motion to that effect !,

)length, and then set a plant' at every division drying advances the stalks are brought_closer Saturday Fleming- .'Jan. 9,, 939.- capture_them or persuade them to. com in 6b( regiment of infantry waspat'oSt .. : m Tam- he was supported only by.31 members_ ,. .
; carefully keeping the bud of the plant to each other, no as to make room for those J I and el rate. We hope he may be locSr l. : Maikit6evtntijui j b"twtn out of 242, it was ,idletoaarthti, ,the South :t
above the surface of the ground. Then remote which yet reman to be housed. The following gentlemen have been reqae'lcd 'Wiync-Thoseofour ctliztns who to improve some Creek Indian*, who "hft| nised the ought not,lo meet, jl., ? ,t ,$! 4. f < It' ,#
the lino three feet from the first row, In'drying the tobacco all damp air shouldbe to act .our }genti, and are fully authorized t h writing will find on reference lo wilb our advertising ylppalnchicola\ and tho Scm'fjemigrate and "tnI Mr. W. Thompson said the time would ..
and so on until the planting is completed. excluded. nor ought the drying of it to be rectipt for arconnta doe this office. oolumns offered.I the Cceeksif poasibV. A few f come wbon it would be :seen'that:'tbw_q, '
Care ought also to be taken to pi event the precipitated by tho admission of high drying Dr. D. L. WHITE, Gadtdsn.Win. __ I thl ar* opportunity. i_now. these Creeks are in our posses'but the not n matter for discuuion in. .the ,lI ,ule... j,
stretching of'the line from misplacing the wind*. This process is (to be promoted in J. W. ,BUDD SMITH, Emj., P.M.Montitcllo., Thomavi1U. teali Avora, and certainly tho understands testimonials what ne of Pflecel most of them are Mill Ocklocknne in theAppalachicolaand I1'' S r tbe I,And there was- one prayer be:desired- .,-might--

plants. In this way the plants can be easilyset tho most moderate manner, except in the 11\r. nwerOl. be answered whirls wa., that the matter'I I,I
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BDSH, rjarina. Ustruct rcccommend him the
out, and o proper direction given to them rainy season, when the sooner the drying is .LLK) t to patpoage On the 26tb, of June, Ge Tlylor I might r*e brought to a speedy.. hiae, for he
both ways. In taking the plats up from the effected the better, for it is a plant easily affected WE arc authorised Id announce the Hon. the piblic. l shipped from Tampa, for their Domes I was confident if it were'not, tbeiiajtitutiona i j
nursery* the ground should be first loosened by the changes of the weather after the CHARLES DOWNING .a Candidate for re.IS .'I RACES. 362 Indians and negroes, retaIi46 for of( the South would be irrecoverably destroy
with a flat piece of wood, or iron, about I drying. commences. .illS. men.. .naoie. to. inn-. i election- U--- -- -ri-lnfIA In-_ ttia.__ u nort___ Pnnitr__...__.._ nC_. th'n mo inch broad 4 then carefully holding the dew in dump weather, which is, when the I United Slates, if Florida continues; lo bo a Territory wbiU are to o; : ; on Wednesday next the murder of llallec HacljfJ and other liiioni>ts in their scheme of a Black IMiD-
leaves close towards each other, between the eaf changes from its original color to a pale at the lime of the election. 9thinst. Already six contending stable are on the Seminoles, by the Micka.-ukeps, whom lei, would be a gre&t bleeping to the |S6otb, I
fingers, draw them up, and place them in a yellow cast, and from this, by parts, to an I i We nDdrranc tho contemplated arrangements groind, each confident of success, and from the I they were sent by General Jvsup. n the for it would be a means bringing the Abblition
basket or some other convenient thing, to even brown. When the middle stem is per- I of Messrs. Stockton &. Co.,for the improvement of chyacterof the horses. we apprehend there will be same month 83 Seminoles deliver hem- subject to a direct issue, which I IM
receive them for planting. After taking up eclly dry, it ran be U-ken down, and the the Northern and Western :Mail routs have been no galloping for the pursei.: We have heard of selves to the commanding officr% Fort, earnestly desired. I
: these which n bo planted during the day, leaves stripped from the stalk and put in neatly: completed, and that the Stage line is now in hijj) belling on each day. race, and we suppose, King. In the middle of the aionikgknerai After pome further debate of a desu'tory!
water the nursery that the earth may again bulk to sweat; that is, to make tobacco of full operation from Mobile to Augusta Georgia: from the crowds at our Hotels,there will be a great Taylor reports the war with the S olea! character, the motion of Mr. Adams wu
:. vdbere lo the remaining ones. The even them, (for belt rc this process, when the concentration via Florida. From Mobile to Pcnsacola, the steam display of dollars and strangers during the meeting as drawing to a close; but that the 9utusu- laid on the table.-Ayes 110 Noes 46.
ing is the best time for setting out the plants : outs better quutit'es takes: place, er Champion having undergone a thorough repair ,o( the JockeyClub.Ma. kee and Tallahassee band, with the r4ugee The House then udjourncd to Wednesdaynext.

but where a Urge field has to'be: cultivated, it the leaves are always liable to be affected by with new copper end eppor bier is now running. EDITOR :Pleaso announce the following Creeks, are more hostile than ever they .
will be well to plant both morning and even the weather, and cannot well be considered There is also a tri.weeky.tage running between gentlemen oa candidates for Inlendanl and Wardens number between 4 & 500 warriors, 4 are -

ing. Tne plants set out in the morning, : as being any thing die than common dry Mobile and Pensacols, carrying the mail. From I of Ihe city of Tallahassee, fur tho ens'jing dispersed in small parlies over an it i nse Population of Gtorgi*.-The census of
: unless in rainy or cloudy weather, should be leaves: partaking of the nature of tobacco. Penticola to Lagrange, a "Clnhoa\' in fine order' year: country. In the beginning of June bad 11\as the Stale ol Georgia for the present year
; covered immediately' and the vatne should The leaves are to be slript from the stalks in I with handsome accommodations and first rate !&f FOR INTENDANT.A. certained that a party of Indians tired shews a population of 662,173. In lS3Ir 4 w'

; be done with those planted\ the evening previous i damp or cloudy weather, when they arc nioie j cers and crew. From Lagrange to Macon, there i.''I F. DUYAL.Warden the Ocafonokee swamp in in Georgia.that Statt\ad the population was 533.716. Increase in 7 '%::
:, should the day open with a rlir: sunshine easily: handled, and the separation of the dif a line of four horse coaches,-tho horses are as fie Itl committed some murders Five years 128,457.Vhite population in :1838., :
-the palmetto leaf answers this pur ferent qualities rendered also more easy. I I.on any stage road-the coaches for the most part I III *. companies regular troops and one o! r 393,190-in 1831, 309835; -increase 83,. .
pOlO very well. There should be water The good, leaves arc at this time kept by II new or nearly new, which we aro however inforsi- Thomas Brown, G. W. 'chinl. gia volunteers! were marched to that 9irt,r.jo .. :355. Colored population in 1833, 268-,
,convenient to the plants, so as to have them themselves, for wrappers, or caps, and the! ed. will be reolnced, early- in- lhp'-, -nrinir'--0'" hv-, nibri.__n__ A. J. Fisher, I J. L. Dcinilly, pflbfd protection to the inhabitants, i ipossib'e ifI 512-in 1831, 223,831 increase 44631.
watered morning and evening, but more par most defective ones for fillings, or tripa. now buildirJ in Troy. 'l'berout from this city toi i W. P. Gorman, N. M. Martin, I ; !' to dwlod-e the enemy; ltiwes The increase on the whole) population in 7 -
ticularly in the evening, until (they h have ta When the tobacco i is put in bulk, the stems AuguHti, HIS 1 been altered to go by Macon, which in S. S. Sibley, I Jno. B. Taylor, which, the GuVerri r of- Georgia, .. hi'1 y,' g. years is 27 per cent on the white. and 20 oer

. ken root.| They should\ also be closely of the leave, should be kept in one direction :, considered :great improvement, as the Florida lie FOR THE FLORIDIAN. gestion, was authorized 'IIV r flIt. H.ur, lJopirt I cent on the colored population. According
examined when walcred.so as to replace such to facilitate the tying of the n in b ink; afer- i. has the advantage of the Georgia: nail Road, (bus 1 1II The Convention lor the formation of a menl to c,>ll into service a gllaII.; '.. o.p3j1- to this census, the apportionment of representation
plants as happen to die, that the ground may I wards make the hulk two or three fett high, avoiding the ferrigc if 1\1 rivers, and the heiiy\ Constitution for the state of Florida U now lia, for the better protection of the E'X i will give 207 members tojthsllouse
\ II sands near Augusta. The speed much increased. settlrments. On the 21st of St'pteuer. of EenTescniativea-an adds ion of 27 the
. ripen as nearly together ax possible. I and of a nigh proportionate circumference.To in session, and it is expected will soon have to
From the time tho plants! are set out the I uard against the loaves beconringovciheated A passenger leaving Mobile arrives at Anguytatwentyfour completed their labors. Whether they shall the General was vi.:ted at Tampa byte present number.
, earth round them should be occasionally i I I.ourl in advance! of the great mail. A principal chiefs of the Tallahassee, wit'._
I and to equalize the fermentation ,I !have worked for good or for *r 7it U for the -
.: stirred both \\ith the hand and hoe. At first boo jor sw ati"t after the first twenty four hours passenger leaving Tnllahamecin the morning sleep* sovereign people of the Territory to decidr. v'ral subchiefwho professed to he AR&IY AND NAVY INTgz.L1azNcz.-Tfd _
. flat but as poon as the I leaves s\ime a crowingdisposition I. plac" ide leaves in the centre and next night but one in .Jl/acon. Coins; westward has been invariably the republican prac for peaceand pledged themselves to anis Washington Globe of yesterday says:-A
begin gradually to draw a slight I those of tho centre to the outside of the leaves Talah&ee in the morning and arrives at lo submit the constitutions formed by for emigration by the 20th of tumor H in circuUtion and rus been copiedin
: bee towards the plant. The plants must built. By doing this: once or twice, and tak. PClsco'a th'next morning but one. The fare N li \lntjon to the people for their final ra- to bring in with them their people, aa1"o many of the public papers, that Commodore
:t be closely, examined, even while in the ing c.ire to cover the bulk either with sheets likewise reduced. From Tallahassee lo.Auguala, ; and if the 1 l.tw authorising t the call send runners to the Ocafonokee swamp fb Chauncey to take his place at the
t' nursery to destroy the numerous worms that or blankets, DO 8 lo exclude the air, and lea. $3.intend of 3flP50 ; and from Talab.ls. .toPensarola '*1 4ofa convention does not contain such B pro. j j:get he fugitive Creeks, said to be 21 to Navy Yard, Brooklyn Commodore Barren
," feed upon them: *ome. bv cutting: the stalk I vin" it in lllis date fiir frt il.if*. il ncI $..23, instead of $34. I vi. ...inn.,_ I .am... n.rtiiidi1 l it tit not An intpn 1: number to join them. Jl was the opiao to succeed Mm as President of the Navy
:. and gnawing the leaves when first serout- I q'iireau' +* ;; odor-' I;on-g. (l-gh-io-'p d ) e I Hitherto a psuscngrr :leaving Tallahassee fr th I tional omio- ion t'I on part our \ I!,I of the General at that time, that there rat Board. Commodore Morris to retire, and

.. these recemblc tho gr b-wurm, aid are lobe sneezing, and the other t'el to \It at 2 o'clock and, A.M. wa compelled logo around I Council, who, no doubt, believed ratification I decidi-dly a better feeling among the Indies, Commodore Elliot lo occupy his seat at the 1Board.
found near theinjured plant under ground; bacco. The process ol l curing may then bn by nalilrid of 95 miles, Ihen'e to Marianna being a distance of the Constitution by the people a I thingof I as regards emigration, than had been maPfested We are authorized to stale tbat J
the
-now distance to Marianna ii
,
others which come from the egg* deposited considered as completed. Then take some 70. cnu'e. This subject, therefore, whirl since his arrival Florida. Ear ui this rumor is without ihe least foundation,
!
only Tie Steam Boil i in fine order the I :
' on the plant by the butterfly and feed on the of the most injured le"v6I, but of the best of the Choctawhatchio il will is very important is now brought to the pub- October, the General repaired to the Ar > and that no such arrangements are, or hive
crossing be made in n ,
: lear grow to a very large size and look very I, quality, and in proportion to the quantity ol covered barge, tho lic notice, that our Legislative Council on its :jlachirola river, with a view! ol obliging fee been, contempbtrd.
: ugly, and are commonly called the tobacco ;I tobacco made, and place them in clear water and rain and all protecting the ferries passengers from sun'' approaching session may require by some enactment ylppalachirolj Indiana to fulfill their prorib ;
made in the
. woim. There i In also( a small worm, which I there let them remain until they rot. lime. There; are also four horse are day 'I that the doings of the convention be :of removing lo the we*'; and also to t tie From the Alabama Journal Extra of tho 19th int.
attacks the bud of the plant, and which is which they will do in about eight days, idea road instead of two horse hacks coaches thai caused on the referred to the people, for (heir final ratification measures to get in the fugitive Creeks t- fire.-On Sunday night last, about eleven
sure destruction to its further growth; and break open your bulks, spread your tobaccowith much diseonlent. Going North the fare is reduced so I or rejection, as in their wisdom may creted in that section of the country. 13 o'clock, our citizen weru alarmed by loony
, some again though less destructive ere lobo the stains in one direction, dampen and the lire, quickened.For seem most advisable. The whole subject the 20th of the month, the diy stipulated/w of fire. It originated at or near the office .
. seen MI thin the two coats of the leaf; feeding them with this wntei in a gentle manner, the present tri-weck'y line from connected with slate government, and of a succcedctl in embarking the whole Apt.lachieola of the Alabama Journal, as that building
as it were on its juices. alone. The that i may not soak through the leaf; for in Tallahassee! to Quiney I and will connect,'i there run with call for a convention, has been acted upon I Indian on board of a stcambol was the first discovered to be on fire, appa- I
worning should be strictly attend to every, this case, the leaf \\oiild' rot.*. Then t tic the mail line both wcst and north -and precipitately, and we have already witnessed I I for their new homes. lie, however, gaicd i'arntly on the outside. The flames imme-
morning and evening, until the plants are hem in banks of from twenty five to tliiity are compete! there will be a soon mail a five arrangements consequence which at the time were probably '! no iatelligei'CH rr p"'Cting tIm fugit diately communicated to the adjoining buildings :
'.: pretty well grown.h'n eveiy otber da) will leaves; this being done, sprrad thp h.Ili in times i week fnm Quincy, lo this place. not anticipated by nuny who secondedthe I Crrck Or the 30th of October, the Gei I among which was the spacious brick
; be sufficient. The most propel persons for the tobacco house fur twelve hour*, to aIr The main line going westward througli! movement. The period for deliberation 1 eral reports from llarlee, on his way to TaJ building, the Planters' Ho'el, occupied by
\: worming are either boys or girls of from ten them, that the dampnes-s. may be lemoved, Quincy,Mendays, 'Vedncadys and passes Friday about i -for serious and solemn liberation on the tiy| Bay, that he had received letter from tit Herbert and Madigan, and owned by Mr.
\ to fourteen years of age. They should be and afterwards pa-k them in c-isks or barrels t 12 o'clock 1 Going north; Sundays, Tiuvdays momentous, question has now arrived. We I place uhich he could rely on, of the mot. Abner McGehee. All the building on a line
made to come to the tobacco ground catly in and head them t ti"t, until you wish to and Fridays about ten A. M. At Macon lie con- should now pause. We should reflect. Weobould satisfactory character, os lo a portion of If- with the Journal Office were consumed or
: the morning, and bo led by inducements, manufacture them. The object of dampening ..cti; (such asgi'inga tailing: reward lo those who the tobacco with this w.lcr. i is to giveit line bring one more passenger limn can go on in which ni-iy be recommended by our conventional This information did not prevent tIme ca I The progress of the flames iu the rear of Ihe-
'; will bring the most worm*,) to worm it prop- an aromitic amel, and to keep it alwayssoft. tie Mail and Telegraph! line an extra will carry agents uithont calm and sober consi ;jlempliit!d movements of the troops into IiI fire was atayed by blowing up a large wood-
:'; erly. Grown peu'onswhoYould find rather Thi'is great secret of curing tobacco him through to the Rail Road. From Clu.l.o-, deration. This requires that: the constitution I I country, and the occupancy of such positiol Jen building attached to the Hunters' Hotel. "
'; too tedious to stop to examine the under for sears properly: and for which we dice, through which place the main line pas.o, the which may have been formed, be submitted IS would tend to hasten: the surrender of ik. ?The amount of property destroyed is suppos
,i part of every leaf, and sock the worm underground are indebted !'> .the people of Cuba, who cer Apalachicoa! and St. Joseph mails are taken by to the people; for their approbation or Indians still remaining there. Two of tfc ed to be near $70,000; and consists of thirteen t
';';N ; nor would they be so much alive to tainly understand; the inodo of curing this Steamboat to their destination.The rejection and with this solemn conviction on i regiments ofartillrry, and one reciraent an houses, besides out buildinra-all- I **_
, I the value of a spoonfull ofKiigar or other kind of tobacco. better than any other -- ---- I our m nd.", we now make the suggestion to one battalion infantry have been ordere 1 lunging to Abner McGchcc, with the excep- I
:! 'A light rewards. Besides, here the former people. I is to them a source of great Head Quarter* of the Regiment operating the Executive, to the Legislative Council, to reinforce the army in Florida, and tw i lion of three offict s, owned by Colonel J.
f: J would make his search: of matter both of wealth, may be made equally so as to in Middle! Florida. we arc surprised to learn I D and to the community at large. The simplest hundred and forty seven recruits arc now o 1 I utchinson[ and Dr. Vickers. We under-
&: profit nnd pleasure, it would to the latter us.Vc can have here three cuttings from been removed. to Headmanl Bay by order of Gen.Taylor. t course to attain this de>irable end wouldbe the way I lo Tumpa by tho Mississippi route j I tand that there was no insurance upotr any
This
is
g| prove only a tedious and irksome oecupn- the origina1' paut! -the last ruting.i be of in the Districtand the m<-t i isolated and sickly post I I thioii li the action of our Legislative The force in Florida may, therefore be com I. f the properly, except a partial one upon
.: tion.; Here I will observe, that it i is for similar rather weak quality but : \ be willout tilt aid of I large et>cirlcannol Council at its present session. And it is puted at about 3,240 tcgtilrs, and 370 mil.the two office owned by Col. J. H utchinson.'he .
j'r 4 reason that the culture uNtie Cuba tobacco !fss, W'il be agreeable to those who confine Marks. We approached consider this except by water from St. I greatly to be hoped, that our Executive, c .nrurring ilia. principal sufferers were Abner McGebeo
: plant more properly belongs to a whit: llieit smoking to wenk tobacco. detrimental to the service arangement as higlly ,I in these views, will present the subject -- J. Hutcbinsoii, E q., Dr.Vickers, Cu!. J. fi
population, for there are few plants requiring In ratooninx the plant, only one "prou the interest of our citizens, as nho w(1 have as business I: to'the serious consideration of that b'.dy I IMPORTANT FROM HARRISRURG. lutchindon, Herbert and Madigaa, and DaM -
, :: more attention and tender lieatnc: thin; it ought to be allowed to grow, nnd this fiom officers of the with I which is bound to avert the compromitiing BALTIMORE, Dec. 22 Boren. We were also informed that
Tallahassee
: does. Indeed it will present u sorry appearance those most deeply rooted-all other prUlt. point of the army. in is the most central of the rights and interests of the people I l.y By yesterday's rail road CIHvo received trs. A. Adams, the talented; actress who
present I the
operation District
.r. unless the eye ol ;legitimate proprietor i ought to be destroyed.The communications be received and ind I.ur.y previous acts of theirs;-il not, the only a letter from York, written' yesterday morn boarding at the Planter Hotel lost her :
- i is constantly ualching over it. houses necessary for the curing of and from the several with the dispatched to redrss which remains u for (he people them ing, which furnNhes the following import'iot catty wardrobe and jewels to a large amount.
f When the plants have acquired Horn tobacco C'fgJ.t lo be loomy, with a passageway while at DCdmall Bay posts great greatest. and facility; selves, in county meetings, to rise in their information 'from Harrisburg: Charles Horn, an Irishman, was danger-
. twelve to fourteen good leavcand are about difficulty) loS of and demand that which Corropondenco of tha American. bun fall in
running through the centre, from one lime experienced. Capt. Ilutter with strength, to so deeply ouST by a attempting to escape
'l; knee high; we ebould lop thinly nipping oil extremity of ihe building to the oilier, and nidcrable wi number b oftroops is a con. interests tho future prosperity, peace, and YORK, Dec. 21, 1833 frorv the Hotel when in flames. Hi. arm
off. the bud with the aid of the finger pierced on both sides with fi'iffioient numberof ,Apalachicola, against the operating west of dIe character; of a new state of the confederation.For By the stage from Harrisbu-g this morning and thigh were broken, and his skull much
i and thumb nail; t taking care not to doors and window, to make them perfectly j discovered in the neighborhood fu.-liye of St.Cireks Andrews recently fay God sake let us commence our new government wo learn tint the Senate \have passed a reso- tuj ured.
f1 destroy the small leaves immediately ticnt airy. and without tho possibility of with the sanction or( the whola people lotion declaring the Hopkins or Van Buren These)are the principal facts relative to
he bud for if the fond is good and the season In addition lo what I have said respecting head quarters under three or communicating four weeks. The at I of Florida, Easl, West, and 31iddle, and House of Representatives illegally organiz'd, this distesxiiig occurrence. There was much
.fa voritb'e.' those very sl1 ill top leaves (he mode of cultivating and treating the Quartermaster. Capt. Ileinlxelman is likewise with the approbation. and respect of those without, however, recognizing the Cunningham energy plnyed by our citizens, though all
I will in short limn be nearly as I Urge, and tobacco plant, I have further to state, that de'icd to St. ;1 ark. or. other rommunities with whom ue expect to or Whig House. who wit 33ed their efforts must have seen
n ripen quite as soon as the lewcr ones, once the plant *n a'iowcd' to be checked in be confederated. They cannot receive us if The Hopkins House then passed a resolution the oeces ty orgammd fire companies, to
: whereby two or four more leaves may: be its growth, it never again recovers it. TIai:: We are without any definite information from we are not ttuc to ourselves and lo those declaring themselves to he as legally or ensure a: mceit action. Our lormer hints
i saved; thus obtaining from sixteen to eighteen in promoting the drying of the leaf, fire should tho Convention this week. Various rumors have 1 principles of good faith and republicanism gaiiized as the Senate, and appointing a committee upon thiil ul ject might, if appreciated, have
leave in the place of twelve or fourteen not be resorted to, because the smoke would reached us of their doings, but our corellor.dent I by whicb our institutions must stand or fall. to draft an address to the people of shortened the detail of this catastrophe, the
1i which is the general average. As the impart lo it a flavour that would injure that have been entirely silent. I would appear that SENEX.Extract Pennsylvania, requesting them to call a convention most desftietive that has ever visited our hitherto
t topping of the tobacco plant i'n nil e&sentiiljn of Ihe tobacco great excitement and discord "rnai in their deli to take the government of the state fotftaate city.

; order to promote the growth, and to equalize In order to obtain t"ell vigorous plant" the rations, and we begin to fca oven should they from the Report of Major General into their own hands! The existing condition Weli,|>od friends, we are buint out, but
I the ripening of the leaves, I would ob- seed ought to be procured from the original succeed in foi ming a Constitution, (which we greatly Macnmb, to the Secretary of War. of things had created great excitement. atHarrisburjr. not con4med. We trust that in a few weeksor
auve that this operation should at all events stalk, and not from the rainon, by allowing doubt) it will not be such a the people of Florida Since my last annual report, the army i so sod u we can make the necessary pre-
instant the bud of the shows wiaplrove. Believing the work they have to has been I An express arrived in York last night at materials
,,;. begin Ihe plant a some oflhem logo to iced for thot exes actively employed, in varous quarters paration]] nd obtaining printing to
disposition to go to seed, and be immedi- purpose. In Cuba the seed i is most generally perform requires calm and unprejudiced deliberations and in various wayp. Although it is not 10 o'cloek for (two citizens who have been rise like t IF Phoenix from our ashes, quick.
ately fallowed by removing the suckers, saved from the raloon plants, but we ism and, they dimension"ill sn! with a suspicious,eye the ultra. in my power to state that the war in Florid very active in supporting the Committee of ened in rrgy by our lute misfortune. Till
which it will not put out at every leaf. Indeed should consider that that climate and soil Wo which appears to prevail. HgaiiHt the Seminole Indiana has been Safety, and the only one cf them who was at then hav'tlitieDco with us. ,
the suckers should removed from the are probably more favorable to the pioduc haehe..d Convention it intimated docs (hates the .call- brought > close, there 'n every probability, home started off at one o'clock, A. M. for

i plant as often as they app ar. The tobacco tiln< of thin plant than ours, and conseqent- tIle irsp Constitution tie to the consideration not provide for submit ling from the extreme misery to which the the scat of govern mente [From!.New Orleans Courier, 18th iiuL}

pla i'ougbt never to be cut before it comes Iv; we ought to confide in tie best seed, no such provision will bo made of the people, Indians have been reduced, and the indications LuVSBT FROM ENGLAND. ,
the
to Call maturity, which is known by the leaves which i i" had from the original talk. such cue we much by of Convention.In .. : they have manifested to surrender CONGRESS. The CasVJonia, arrived ibis morning, brings
becoming mottled, coarse, and of the thick All plants have their peculiar empire, ne- of our very approve'SsKEx the suggestions that the war will not be of long continuance. WASIUGTON DEC. 22. Liverpoo advices to tbe7h Noy. We have f
and to the touch at which Correlpndencl ; lhat the I. A of the in I lorida to This been perntied| from the files of the
iextute, gummy erlhclj'S we should not bo deterred from gislstive Session report operations up morning the mourn made on Wednesday to cop
I :'time. the.end of the leaf by being doubled pluming Cuba tobacco here, rur even shouldwe the law and C"uDci allow the people present an shall amend. close of the command of Major General I by Mr. Adams for the reference of a MerchaitjExchange.ihe following synoposJaof
frill break, short, which it will not do to the be compelled to import the seed every ing upon the merits or demerits opportunity of the Constitution of pas* Jesup, has been made to you by that officer, petition asking the recognition of liny, lo news dna the Times of the 17ih Nov. _
extent when green. It ought not to be rut third year, which would be often *s necessary I before it shall submitted to Congress. and was laid before Congress at its last session the Committee on Foreign Affairs, with in- The nui her bankruptcies in the department
in wet weather when the loaves lose their it would still prove a profitable culture. b and printed by the authority of that structionsearne up as (the unfinished busi- of I* Seine, for the rim_nice monthsof
natural gummy substance, so necessary to Taking 600 Ibu. which is tle: average pro The Legislative Council convenes in this city oa body. 1838, ai 323 and 37 more declared inOctober,4thatthe
be preserved. About this period Ihe cultivator duct per ncre, it would yield (if well cured.) Monday next Must of the eastern members have Previously 10 his withdrawal from the corn- ness.Mr.. Adams addressed the House at \ whole number in ten
is apt to be rendered IIn ious by the at 50 cents per lb. $500, in the leaf. already arrived and taken roms a the City and mind in Florida, General Jesup reported some length, in support of his motion. In months 'w '360. The amount of the 37
. (eu of allowing the plants to remain following exhibit the profits to be Planter Hotel. Our city is throng ilh strangers. that active operations would necessarily cease the course of his remarks ke alluded to the failures oi October was 1,800,000 fr, and
; in the field longer than is necessary, until 1'le from i when manufactered into so- and good accommodations wi difcul to pro by the 30th of April, in consequence of the Southern Members, us the servile pOI tion ol that of Ufrancs. months exceeded 22,000,000
experience removes these apprehensions; he gars: core till the race are over which come off next climate, and that a portion o( the troops the House, for which he was called to order .
should be on his guard, however, not to destroy 600 Ibs. allowing 8 lbs lo tho 1000 would ) wu k. would be available, during the unhealthy by Mr. Bynum. The rules requiring The waifa\ Spain i i. attended with the

the quality of bin tobacco, by cutting it produce 15,0 Kfars, which a.510 > 75000 Just season, for service elsewhere; orders were the assent of the House for him to proceed, ilwas most unh ii 4 of butcheries-the prisoners
too'coon.; When the catting u to commence, per -. 30000 J letter from as our paper was going to press wo aw a therefore given for the four regiment of artillery granted-Ayes 114.- Noes 47. lie on both apes u dergo the DOlt appalling
of the l leaf, Magnolia, stating that of Indians
there should be procured a quantity of foikcd Cot Worth manufacture at $2M I j87 50 487 were surprised yesterday morning party and six of, their acting as infl&try.to match into the I then con luded his remarks amidst repeatedcalls sufferings before death comes to .them 1 as a \
stakes act upright, with a pole or ride resting per thousand, f 6 killed of Cherokee country and report to Major General lo order. relief.
by of
,on each (rk ready support the tobacco, -, humbr Magnolia. The a company Indians ten first(he citizens .Scott, to be employed, if necessary, in Mr. Bynum in a very vehement manner The Paris papors denominate both partita
discovered
were
Aftd. to,krep it from the.ground., The plant Difference in favor of the manufacturer. $261 60 I ibout'three miles ( town obliging the Cherokee- to fulfil their treaty denoun ed the course'of Mr. Adams and his in Spain cowardly and, ,blood thirsty as-
the of the man mom by I out hunt
if. hen'cut obliquely even with(the surface This amount being profit person '. sassins. '.
( ing, who returned and raised the utipulationi in reference to their removal to partisans in thu In.uhinlthe South by introducing -
him who would
grptwd. and10 persons thus employed should ufacturer alone, the profit to eoinpany.'iA t the country allotted to them weal of the Mifsianippi. petition: for the recognition of't The i intejfMice'from Russia. :i*' destitute

.atnjto! '_ Jpwer,end oftbe, stalk two or three combine both pursuits would be more than reW days since, we learn that t party of Indians ;. lllck.R puhtie., He drew, B glowing pi.. of importance. '1 :
ll ajrith tba blunt side of hii knife, so as doubled. attacked the the !, of T. J. Upon the retiring of General) Talortho ture of the consequences whieh would result!! :Positive iformation baa been receivedthat :
a&aftnocfo of,theaand or soil 10 till As to the quantity of land which can be pelt on ,plantation I the Frinch evacuate ADCe"
from the
; : differ Union of Madison county, and earriadjofffiiro of officer next in rank iberewuassigned to the reception Washington of a Negro intend to
.;. (.8 possible; then tying two stalks to- i culiyaleilo the hand there I some however I their number, and a kel'or.biik' TliijreUrd. command, At ,thccloso />f the campaign Minister Plenipotentiary. "Imagine," and the wh.lNWaI. of the Austrian. too'
of
'1IiM;I |heyHgently! placed, acrosf ,the riders I I euce $ e plant usual er, calculation a short distance into the eornfidddanced and drsjjk nearly.all tb.,voluDtt'C'r force jq*Florida will I staid! Mr. B., "the spectacle of a black dignitary from. the statta of the church. ... '
e;pj3.iripsrtdtaiiceivethem.i la this think that I am within the all the whiskey and decamped with lh : Mf row.: discharged leaving in ,that. Territory (ihi parading along the atreeta of our The RuisSiir Government,;,ecr th8y swUow d to remain in the sun or I in saying, that nacre, .and I hajf would not They wars punned out morning but not overttken.Wo whole of ihe,3d regiment l dragoon, the Metropolis! in the midst of our slaves! ,What a: Pans paper; .in alluding_ _to_ the:'affiira c ;.
.I. leaves, feave. somewhat exceed the quantity that, an able; hand caneasily learn,howtf srUut the Indian wart interscpt. lat_ nid_6lh regiments oT infantry,'and some would be thei effect?"' He'declared,his"c ii. Poland, rerstrbs; ".iII' l i ',%Q1h1I1 i w$$!! ft'

l ibytbey,; will not bt>blelo the cultivate.and tonnage properly.! ed by t scoot from the'FAr ,. h sqrprised Florida volunteer' Thi force wai distributed viction;; thai it. was beneath tte',dignity ol( pretext' (oruplei3cg.tltq OplO4 o.Q"'i;
-- I: JOSEPrfM.with your obed'ljrv i. captured all _their pack Not Jwibf jitaffi. :4aruong the, principle depot*,, and southern members to condescend to di cosj l last wreck oPoland fCabrera \.
.-. fit UWcff er nt naceaMr/'ttat shoUld HtiRNANDEZ.' aem.d Ientiy strong to follow.tto 13 ..inca ;were the stations, Ioll.tho border pf the aeUlernenti .. such a.suhiect.,' ,'' -pllfi.b".aa\.p" : :(ae Car i cBiei\arter the air''
fieW.
-I ttteeMskenralett t p w&cII.ftth- -.i N. B>.-l have omitted to tate tb'' cost W chirp of the,' bajf j Jnd&, p],iod.r while ,,lo guard the auppljea and afford pio- the South did not,wish any:taking in the mriati or.M.. n"" tined $ Q1the.ISil.'dLiiie ta.

; ,. tl'iht n4I. this' Ia I &t.rIa Mceorwis.. "' :-u In CoUa/frr: opera- thf relurotd'to:thi_,pomant. : wrldmc.I teclipn, .to Ibe .i inhabilarjt*, most of the Interior tir, all .they wnnled.wai: c,ion, in whkb : or1'a1', it.gW ;
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The tcrounuquite ,ertst this &itaek .- _ _ _ ,,
ter.ice Wilil D.n C..r.dI "a T&MpicQ a. -. -- --- --- -- -.-_ d-'._i:_- ';.. .-.r- .,_-..
of 1. ill andW -- - w _r-
a desperate .,.afikir TU Govarn- ---= --r r :
OD being refused t.!.''/ were ioT moot troops und' Genacab CM and Ptadraa w/a cIZu!. FOR NEW TORK.I *' WANTED: T I p .

eeuted,10 by 10. entirely ,.teeS, with a J..nf'fiv. h..drecllDf'A 1- THE brigTIMOLEON,Clark,aiaa. l\ 8 a partner in a rro't.tb1e basin.In this city -

bjjj.jeurD&h contain no domestic killed. The Fedcraliata, under toe command of THE ter.Twreigtt apply to a fcnUoman who eon furniah a fbwibonnmi ll .. j

General Uriea,defended th..ity with the oUtiMU LAFAYETTEE AND GYMJf ASHC..: ROBT. LYON. dollars capitaL; Fnnbcr informatoaj be okt jn- "

:iilBpOJUore. bravery of m.n who hare no choice between Tic- ARENA ,. Tallahassee. Dec.38th 18M. 21 ed OQ arpti doa atthta offic*.,

MEXICO. tory and butchery. They oeceeded i ia eaplerinc '- : Det'SlId u JOtfjrocjKJB _ti S. .:.,.'

: UTEST FROM Gen. Fivdras, the commander of the Government Will be exhibited at Tallahassee, on 1 FOR NEW YORK.ATHF rt 4RI4Jr.rd. y CJLV.; & 1J .1-.r,, : '
: NEW OKttANB, Dec. 19. troop. He wa*' condemned be altot.nd the SATURDAY fine brig HALLO WELL J. I. .
NIGHT, January 5, ].839, the Marianna Coarse, will! .4Ui.ij'tf "f ;
,telDPnt which we published yesrtUti sentence immediatoly executed. After the defeat .Master. Having most Of ,THERaceioVer edD da1. the.6U>.of February ;uIa& 1s .
I g trouble i in the Government tronp retreated some dimanco AXD coxTtxtrt P0. .d wi 1 *.il with; .4U1C'E -
|to the intestine enga quick 1839, and continua bar.days. 4 1IZBj j .I ,
.1. confirmed by the arrival tbi0fib. from Tampico, and halted Ui recruit and wail fur A FEW NIGHTS ON1.Y. 'AppLy i. cho.M..ur.or in. lit day Citizens PlAne St. mie heat, 300,00 .AD -'.
,rr rei nfureei'.nt. rr .* WM McN AUGHT. .f :
3rd Club Purtc
Jay Jockey 253,00
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cbr. Sarah Ann, Capt. Bon- From advice. received hy rxpren it Menm highly Trunks Lost. St.Mrkc, .Dec.SJlfOa SI 3i 3tdd.y,Jockey.Club Pure .<> ", COO.CO C o mm ti :

"-fro": TJimpieo. It appears, that on I probable that hostilities will be returned and re- iUPPOSED FOR BOSTON. 4th day, Jockey Club Pane, mile Steals.. 3 in S. SALE IJAYS-Weda..ay.Ud.tud..
battle took place pular war break out between France tad Mexico. j 10 have been taken f.om the J50.00. --- c'PrE' : 7' -.
n2''>'nBry THE:FubitanUal Schooner BUJiKERHILL AJ' \1"
-.dpi butt.a between the adit-rents of the The Mexican Government has rrfunid to ratify the JrnIl TRUNKS ln'T Depot, (lie 17th inst., "0MAlll llobarf, Master, will lists f Entrance money ofe3.chd.arltn per (union the UT ISH ma'to parcbaic 'laIFf 1'-IZ4 ."

article of capitulation entered into hefra Vera containing lady's clothing. dispatch. For deck and amount ofthe purse ron for. V V I offer fornie plaaUtlotrtixtnile SKE
and ill troop, and the fedeml'lIIlndrd One was marked on the top B. H. M." with fright pis2e The ,
sal Crux SFifncd by.Admiral Baudin and Gen. Rm. *' New Market Rules,will govern in all caxra. el'TaI1ahuaee. t.hw 'MnDtiten ei1S
to
brat-s naiU apply the Captain on board or
thvioiher
." by Grn. Urroa, in whichjfget con, mid tate that the whole country .ball be a light colomed trunk with 10 BETTON FISHER '1 he above Knees will take place nder a new road,containing 640 arm there .ri pWLMt j'Ol

were MetlcAt with the \oa of made a sepulchre before the demands France are the r.o particular will marks.be Any information respectm-, Dec. l9. 1838. 212t: organrticm: of the Marianna Jockey Club, which ( Kcm cleared? ,all' wnhta'tbe last he--.n4 '* $ 5'\.

'j and wounded. Among thee complied with. If this be a true report, we may same ihidcfnlly received hy has elected the following 'olficers for it. manage- in the last two or three yearn. I cnn with ettdot- ;
killed!
JO ;. F.
C.
HARLEY. FOR BALTIMORE.
I"lieD anticipate the of ment. thatfor fertility of soil beingofa iih ;
orcurence important event in ay : ( .c
taken by the federal! wan Gen. that quarter very hortly.! France will make quick Information may be left at this office. THE superior Clipper Schooner WM. HARVEY, Presidant.V l.ut) beaDy of .itnmtioo .I00dD oottet.. -D !

drt the commander of the governmC'ntfIIOP. work of it, and count it no great task to enler Jan. 5,1839.-if }'U L VIA,Cator, mauler will nail for B. CHEESE OROUOIl. ht V. P- superiority of society ia itsrici Uy.it is serpaes d '.

'.110 was shot immediately after hisTie upon the tcnquent of Mexico. Stra'cdOORO.v & the above port in ten days fur deck D. PITMAN,2dV.p. by no plantation in Leon COUDt). The kn r _.

St Marks freight or passage only apply to the ALLEN II. BOPII. Secretary. superior each the land clear*(fn_Terna I lit raptlUf'. in May last, a light sorrel THOS. M. WHITE. Tieasnrer. for such Uml. JOHN 8.TAYLOR.TumkeenaNnv ."
federal government had refused lo SIUP NEWS. iiI, Indian Mire PONEY, dark mane and tail Captiin on board at St. Mark or toBETTON ALLEN II. BUSH, Secretary- 0IP.:18 latr '. '

the Ircaty of Vet Cruz. end atrrup brand on I the hip.r shoulder. Slid & FISHER. _Mariahmt Fh. !f.'c. Cth 1838. 21J 2mn ,
: arkno"ledl-e Port of St. Marks.Arrived. poney is supposed to Ke somewhere in Jefferson The. 29. 1838. g| gt GJLDSDEJV COUNTY L..ND
FROM TEXAS. cnun" A liberal reward will be (for the "
LATEST given re- I For New York. For Sale.1rB:7ILL .

Carson. Schr. Tuscawilla, Bliveu NO, mdz. to undries. tura of the Poney. or information abc may flUE fast tailing ling MAIl&Hl\L NEY Telj he sod: to the highest bidder, on the
slenmrrCubn, CAptain be
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\'ltae Schr. Belle, fruit to urder. found. M. C. ROBERTSON.St. j %A. hot ma"ler, having mot of her cargo cngagj Y Y nrst Saturday in January next in the town hTIJICopuztnersb.

lived MI Tuesday mrr.ifl ,'\'e-arf in P.Sf'I'I. Sc r. Da'ance' Siooudo Hampilen, .Me., Timber Mnrks, Sin 4, 1839-tf j I. od, \ill sail with dispatc.li. For freight or passage ofduincy. two hundred and forty acres of Land ,

I of dnfs from GalreJlon to the 14th, to maptcr. haviny! good accommodations, er.qn-re of on the waters of Rocky Comfort, adjoining the
NOTICE. I \:: MCNAUGHT, St. Mark lands of Coe known the McMillan
IlK rron1 Houston to the 12th. Sell:. Robert Woodruff, Gorham, Tampa Bal- M'-jor is
ofto-diy, it will be srcnisjflyncrupied ALL persons indebted to th. l late Capt. Jnbez Dec u.-19-tf. Place. About one hundred acres of the tract is .
OJTpaper as.Schr. ,deceased arc Ttby notified to mike haininocktIeb.mtlmnceoe land WHtcred andes .
'e
Cook NO. FOR BOSTCKV
Vesper, mdz. to undrie,. .c.k-
with the inaugural addrei> immediate payment to the subscriber; and tho ehll.ang > well for calti atioB, the titles Mill be good, John M. Bryant & care* JllIIS
Brig Hcr.ry Tallmau Langdon lUvana 3tI. .. THE Rood Rn All ENUS SoffieTd -
in this tatered i'itoCo-partniflbIP
if the President elect-Mirabeau B. Lamar. lant. I claims against raid Lwis are .rlne.ted to an.! terms made known on the day ofsal. day
Mnvtcr,will hive lick dispatch.
and hayingbuugimt *
q under the firm otBRYAN'&NU1TZ
them duly authenticated within the time ALISXANDF.ll: LOVE. ,
have time to that present
Oftbi paper, we only Sit., Fordekfreihtor passage oily apply the entire stock in trade ofUM Et-
Cleared, prescribed by Lew. A. P. ,V. :RANE.St. J i O. C..LOVE. oat
of manlness nnd n spirit of true liberality to the Captain on board: or 10BETTON ta.e of Gcraniin,tn.-i pelfully inform their
i tone Schr. Laura Alien Hot-ton, 2C5 Bin. Cotton. .Marks, J In.5, iS ;9 -Ir A g't for Admn'r.Notice. Dec,:218.8 -20 3t_ _Trustees.
pervade it from beginning; to end. We Sch-. Pi>co3ioki>,ThumpsOlI! ,NO. HO B-s! Cotton 4- FISIIFR friends and the Public, ia genertLthat they *tl!
TRUSTEES SALE. .
2Zl 1 tftlS j
Dec and
20-2w continue to en the WalckTtU&Mg
think it well written, hoc.t'r, and 92.500 Cigar carry
jo not will be fold Auction Room in UU"1Dell the -wtll fsublube old
wold bare been better pleased to find it Brig \Vneulh, Rntonne, :,Y.. GID: B's. Cotton, TH,HE Board of Direr.ors the Union Bai.k of I FOR NEW YORK THERE on Salurdnythe at the 12th day of Jan Jewelry tund. 'L hey flatter,themselves at to entire a .br*
20 B t'. Mo,.. mint 70 Hul'-c 8i-d SVii,: Ja Florida has orJ jjjg prolific of fair promise takr lesumption specieo' A IBJ9, by viitue of a deed Trust made to tlby of public paUonijre hy their own prompt atumion
Sdir. Hel'e' 'l iii i" ft 's:, \ .s1aIurola.! of less I NAN'oodwar.l
(1' III 1 their antes a denominuiau than five master. Having
njrainst ihc annexation' of Jas- S. Lyrn Esq. bearing date ISth day of May Rust liy the assistance of fcwo eiptrienced w rkmeo
wrong ground Brig Majvutic. Auieh.O.., 165 1JU.; C lti>". d..lla.bj; and render Ezcha.ipe on Checks at ii igtlt to ptrt ofhcr cargo ready. will be Jsr.ntchcd ; IR35, &.c. the following Tract or par-el ofLind, from the North. All Article left for rrpair vitb .;

JtW to the American Union. 1-------New Firm.-- ---- two per cent. jmmiuin. JOHN PARKIJILL, I for die above port \\iihont delay.! For containing eighty acres more or less.lyifg and be. John M. BraatwiILh. fo.isilaith.' aU>". Ettaklisiment. -

The Houston Tele rapli siys that Linny Jan., )839-2L freight or pa sije having excellent accommodations ins in the roonjyof Leon, and known as the East ,JOHN ). BRYANT.

tVief; of the Shaivnces recently visited THE .ub'cril>rrs hnvf th's d\ynl"ci tAd thrn- apply! to the Captain on board, or to htlforthe N. E. quarter, Scc. 27, Township I. R.one CI1A8. MIITZ..

and declared that the chiefs %' together in bunne. under the Firm Provisions.'lcOR HOLT & :JILLtR.r. N. and \V., alvj one negro man named PRIMUS November 17ih, 1838. 1ft tf
?Jiieogdofhes of GORMAN .V HALL. They will k rpon hand SALE, delnerabJe nt the upp.T OelotW' MaiDsc.. 14,1 138. 20if to sitisfy nod piy a certain: Promisary note

rube Kidulpolls requested him lo infoim at all times a general! assortment o1 goni's. the fallowing articles: FOR LIVERPOOL made by Jas. S. Lynn to the Union Btnk of Fl.)ri- BOOK AND JOB PRINTING

Geoeral Rusk that they had not been concerned -! WM. P. GORMAN, 25 BbU. Sufirfinc Flour, di, endorsed by JB'JPZ B. Bull and Pavi-J C. Wi!.
C. C HALL 3 Ctts-Ks Bacon 5i.Ks. THE Ship Geneva, J. Hal. master,
of
m the late contest r, hut that they had I & smTerms sile rash.
Yey et soon :so red ire a fine o.tment oSpring 3 Ditto C Hara will be rca Iy to receive c.reo 1st of.nmlt"r.
si
: exj nv. WM: tllLLIARD
drwrtcd their village purposely in avoid j jA it. GOO.I.Tatlaha".cf'. 5 Bbls. Molasles.o ,:. Fofiri ht apply to W. AV. VAhlEl., :

Ienerhad been received from Hexnr, .Jin. 5. 18 0-tf Kegs Go-hrn Butter. ROBERT LYON. Doc. 22. J 1833 20tf .trrs.I'UOVISIONS. .

alin* that soveral trading parties had of letters rciniininj in the Post O.Tice at (
Rio GrnnJe, who informed that I LIST!"liUMCc! on the tat day of Jan. IU39, and 15 Bbli.Sugar. FOR NEW YORK. I receivedfrimNew Orle3"13.J I I I.
C Ke- Lard. P.. J. HACKLEY, Auct. JUST
''rTpral Mexican slates and cilics, haddTJartdfbr i ml before advertised. : brig Niirod, J. Smith,jr. master, is ready Ibs.. .c.n Sides.

; Ft'dcTati'II1z; : Tampico, Matamo- Anderson,Gcorjje Johnson} :Margaret Tallah si"e, Jan. 5, 1S39tfEPISCOPAL I THE o receive rargo. For freight or passage, loco )Ibi Canvassed Ham v

Mcntdovn S.iha Marina, Vera Cutz Andera. A. R. Knight. Spot wood CONVKNT10N.OT1CU I apply to the Master on board or to R. LYON 1HOO <. NVw Orl a '* Su ar. Il -
ru Anders Mary Kohli.FcrJinandj I .r 14 If Tallahn 20 l bls Rect.Sed Whiik '. :
j ill hereby given thaI the meeting of time ov. 10.- "e. ) :
Ztraten, Duran, Puebla Jalamp'i, and j i Allen, Benjamin F.3 IfC!. Robt.I : \. next anllnal Convention of the Proteftant fl'i.-| i !r FOR NEW YORK.IE 3 do O'd Moaoncahcb.til .
Gtiadalazarn. Monterrary being overawcdLj -I Breese Arthur Knight Lineau do Western F O'lr.
co.alCliurch; in Florida, will be held ill St. Johns TALL.AHASSEE.
continued the l'mLrKenllith Levy, Davy 3Burnett : \ Brig BIORDIENO, Chase 10 do New Orleans MoIiusc
the true it* & .
military crntnl J' Church,Tallahassee WcdncMduy the IGlh ofiari. : of the FloiiJIao" lean
John A. Lester, Wm. 2 .1m"'r.r.. For freieht or o** nje; l.)krps l ard. TilE Proprietor begs
government. Not oi the troops bad nary 1839. the ot St. Marks to respectfully to inform his friends. and the public -
I U'm. H.Lsnbcrger% J hn C. apply to m uter or 10 hajjs Lag'iayra Coffee.: generally
kenhorough,
the frontiers and DIVIIIO xeriice may bo expected d lily in thChurch that he is to execute with
Prom neat
rhlidrawn were conI 2Birhydi.D. Robert LyuE.Nor prepared
I llur1f"lIot. Mary Aim Lifter Mary E. : the! of the Convention. Which are t fiercd \low for rnh.
cfotrating: on the coist. Their officers'j: P. Lester Benjauiu J. Dec. 29 during I 1833. r.etlllion 1 I 24h.: 1&.8.: I6-tf 1'. H. nv An1. Co.I. ness and despatch every variety of .

rtre using every exertion to levy men along I! Birgo. John J. Lynn Win.Lockett LEO MJL'EIUOR UUUKT.EXPARTE I FOR SALE. Marks, Vet." 2Gth It :. 21 tfMARSHAL'S Plain and Ornamental Priasiag,

4 e Rio Grande, and the citizens were lc"-| Butler, Charles Edward I N Landand for sale. SALE SUCH AS
I Brady,Joeiah 2Bchon Murden, Wm. 1 Petition for d'wcrin the ; O 200.) ) bu-Jie's' Turks Island S.i't.' : Books Handbill
'ring in great numbeis to avoid the If'ics'i] ). Mattair LewsflalizpltTliomau ; Edward P Grant ).hlle Duranl C. Craft a virtue ofa writ of Fi- Fa. issued cut of ,
Muna I
3'0'! sa"ks Groun Alu-n d BY
The citizens cif Lot'cJn'rre prevented) 2 McMillan, Or. Rul.t.' and Peiuni Grant. St3eceitedHI 100( ) bbs' Irish Li.'erpuol Putttos.. ) Superior Court of Le"n coun:,.in tbe 1 d- FampJJetf, I Posting do.,

rom declaring fur Fedetali, by uivfsilitary i fampdell.! Thomas Moore, Wm. G. iLL pvroon. ale ootili'-d of the filing of said peti : 200 casks Tanmarnn Lim0 -. dIe D.strict f.1\ Florid.t,in which So'omin! Le, ad- Cards, Bills of Lading, ,
Manon James JL tinn and that the tame will be heard and deter- minittratir, of Samuel M.II ill!, dec.is plaintiff, and
force stationed there. The Cumf I Cnapple, Benjamin ; bbU ro limon in. Circulars I do. Exchange
,
timed ut next April Term of said Court. John Eborn isdelendant, I have L-vicd upon and
.Martha
Mller I
Corley Jtkkjn A. : 2i do assorted Coniuli.G .
nnches had committed Home depredations I Carpenter. Richard B. "lur.it, Col. Dce.25 183: 2141 ca.k'. Bjc"n J'lwll shall sell at public sale! on Monday, the 28th Jay of Catalogues, I NoteroJ Hand,

above Loredo, on the Rio Grande. Charlell 2 January n'Xt.m le&I honrs in front of the CourtHouse And all kinds Law Blanks
t N. 03kford. P. 11. of
Cruggin Henry SALh.: ' I one of the prisoners they captured in the I Crow, Dr. William! : 2 Penney, Thomas FOR butter wairanted. | S t. Marks Dec. 24h 1838. iJ13t oCthe C.I, ,of >'Uhassce' with all the improve- On t'if! m3t reasonable and aacomT.datin;'tcn..

I late tnasFacre near Bexar hate tllrued. lIe Christie. JarobCnptland Payton. R. H. 10 kegs N. Y. Orange Co. Butter warranted. '! TO KENT- nvnrs thereon, leviei upon a< the ropcrtv or the Ii otice. --

| neaped from them \\hile encamped on II I ABU S Pool. C.Rankm. David 2 3000 ll>. oft heese. I THE I Plantation at Shell Point, s'ul John C'mrn, :HIII l :o be s dd l tt rati! >fy said writ from the subscriber

branch of the Colorado stealing two mules I I i I Clark Csirretiicrsiosepli Elijah B. Randolph, Wm. M. S Flour, Whmkey, Ruin A.C. for Hale; byHENRY BOND. I I;,,, oc.uJied"y; Mr. A. according to law. STRAYED rOctober. near Jfaoticello -
Vorresicr, is offered for the SAML. H.
DUVAL.
ind a honte. lie slate thnt they treated then Cu A'.fredCrosm : Randolph Mi.' Alary E 4 I flu rcrt ensu- a bay HORSE. The only
mining, Dec. 1838. 21 3t I For
9. and further in- U.
H. iog y. ar. terms Dc( 2'. 1-33. 21tc P. Marshal.! white
Di. Jamn marks recollected is oo
Unndol a pot
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prionerwith great baibarity-learing out i, S. N. thcr information -
Mis- MaryCaricr.Iuniei STOLE : IIrpllto STOLEN. felt ihouMcr and bushy tail it is aappoMd mud
their beards boring holes in theii &r. Carr, Win.A. Randolph STRAYED OR : HORSE the ,
( ears
,
nand I.h t Walker : I VT.V.. Vaddels stab'e! on JfeJnes- Hors will make his w ay up int.j Georgn. A liberal
the Planters Hotel, on the flt 5X2.1 I tR30. 20tf Dr.
at
ofthe Ciitzeri of Hexiir Wagon _ _ FROM
Many were c"gf'rIn Call. HenrvC Rice,John .. Rev. 2 FROM a dark SORREL hORSE about 9 Thursday! right, about the I9i.h inst reward will b given ta any person who ahall ddi w.-.

rui e n company and go against the t>
RCros. O-1 -itltz Daniel Reed Wm. M.Dewitt tle intuited to I.eavy earn, with a white star in his OF GOVERNMENT STORES. ly reached, but done in a very rouh manner, his re peciin the same will be thankfully received.,

Counterfeit Land Scrip'and hnnk-biHs C. W.Demilh Uigtii, RuhardStrergth breiicacl, and l" a rrrulnr |>aecr. Fivedollar* re. : 'I'JE fuituwmag condemned utoies will beat ttr.1\ \ I lep- were trimcutiom the hoof t a the knee in a very E. CLARK. -
I Miss Nancy : ullt St. Marks the 29th d and iris short T-illa'! asw.N-IT. 4tb1oJ 16
Bamiei'ays J. L. ward will !I..' to who wilt return ) public at tui person
any |
Texa The Houston
abundant given I
in I
Ely.F.'K.: Stephens Mr..Cyniha D said Horse to the uhiscribcr.and all reasonable char.: df December, ust.ii I tail, das R s-na'l white in his face it-aily tound.I THOMAS D. G EB.ATTORNEY

that large numbers of spurious Land Ephraim: II. J. Shaw Capl. J.,hn, plJiJ. Apply at the LVy; Hotel. : 1 I 1)3):? pouiul.s Bacon, branded J. II. or II. ..I.onne of his thijlis, which AT LAW,

Scrip arc daily presented to the War Deitrtmotit -' Evans: I). I. Smith MurkJiallR. gel JOHN M. MILLER. 132 barrels Flour, I are not recollected. Any person returning the sa:upr.ney TallaAassee Fla.' \
Seabrook. Jowrph 1J.C50 pounds Hard Brc',d, or sati"ftcti.ry information to the sub-
W. .lIher. Alifn C. any
for Geoigc I T21St
apprciv.il. signed Dpc. 29 U:3.9.
Fuller. Buckley S. Smi h, M.Thinipon. : S foe, Pay-mastei General, and some be\r-I inn, Thoinaii Luke 'li-rrunry oi FI, rMa, t the! arrivolol'the Cars frm Talah: ei. WM. IIILLIARD.Tahlahas'ee \'N Office adjoining! that orLeans A.

ag the signature of Bernard E. Rep, Frothingham Pct.-r T-ylnrR. H. M&Dnox COOTTT.VfAUOPnSALS S I B. H. PEYTON, I (1( .. 27th I less._:ltf Thompson, Eq. (II1Executor's ]

iretary of War The Telegraph thinks that 1 Frllllcr, 'Thoma Thornton Benjamin G.Frllllier. I will be received fur builJin- a j Caj.t.4- A. Q. M. (;nOCERIIS. ..Notice.ifejlX .

n elte s\swindling gnmc Las been rnr- I Samuel Tljoinan. Mm I Auncy iSrjL'OURT HOUSE in fie! town of Mddi-on. ] Dfrvi.lifr )633_20 I Iw I re-eivcd per *-hr Pcconiokcc and Ful months after dit el ...0 apply to the Judge

lied on in the UuitoJ States in these ..punto Frailer,Thomit.Fmmileroy Taylor Win. Roach m.til the fcurih sjarurdiy in February next. 1 he j' ADJOURNED SALE. II JUST Battiniirc. {9 of t>e County Court of Jefferson,for a fiaalseUleni'nt .

I Tlio i lIP WFntriiiaii 'TIicusH, Benjamin building wail be 40 by f.2fcfttvri stones highheruofto 1E.sle of the lots nfl>o-ot!}. \\'.lit>nGeorce 200 blU. fresh Family i'l.i.. an.1 l discharge from the Excculorsbip.
certificate. Set'nstmnFictthvr Tomlinton, Mi!s'ar( liT bo hip eJ,wiLh u Cupf'la in the centre. The T anrllJ"JOlhyalt..n and .4 lienV.: Co'eiian, 20 h\fbs.! ; Buckwheat.: E. White,de.C'aseJ.llte of sid Couiuy.JO .

.i It I is alleged, on good authority, thit $2OO- Lt. John C. ylorL. B. ''K%se of the walli to bo n'.ninches: / ; ) thicker ihan in I in the c.ty of Tallfth:?g-c, advertised lo Lie M.KI i>n 600 Canv.issf Hair.5 .-,. I ?. M.'WHITE.Per. .
000 the Stale Bank oi Geor George L. usial for luiiljitigs of thi* s-ze. The Basement .. elk! 138.: t Eiecmor.
counterfeited on French. 1 ilroan Towcv. ior.s I! ihe iStii i-ist is iU1j -urnedto the loth dtvof J.I\IUl I Casks lu II:
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fia have recently been fontlo T>XH for c rrnlation.snd G .Jdnhorounli, Chan. II Vaw. j:. B. 4 Story to be It f et high-the flonr :.nd porti ( I' ryuext- t. H. DUVAL. 50 b',!". N >.t Mackerel.2'T IN CHAJNUEHY.
ir.tu fur
divided
1 Garra<;oi). Maj. J. Van, Horace !Oc made of 81 kk.t.' he rooms, i Pt'-. 15. '8J9. 20is l\1ar..I'A hilt hll<. N.,. I do.
several uttrmpthae also been ElizabethWillianm by 22, and 16 by 40 feet with two prtroes :,lI' I I J(" r.h M. White & John D. Edwards ntecotor
Gray, J'clhahlel'an.. Miss pawjge 40 bixe JJ ncl.e!iter cli made in Houston, to circulate the hill of the I Gainl.lc. Maj. RohciliGny Thoiin,* 12 by 18 supported by p:Tars! -st.iircaie \ Alvord'fcVritlng Academy. :0101e; fr' .si: Rai
Planter Aberdeen, GuT.fordWhile comnenciin the pa'sigc anti tci.iunntc in the I Por- M. ALVORD reipecifully; announces to ll.1t : Mi's. voft shell ..Jbionds2 vs.
Bank of Mississippi, nt I Horaria N. Wcrt. C I >
K. ico olK.ve-the build.t: 'gt' be lathed and pa-t! ?rtd. !I rumens of'Lallahassee and vicinity, that I hisVritiiiS da Currdius.j i Jj-r.es L Perish, A.lmi..tTalftri4; Tboma
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j. igned A. It. Shier, Cashier, andVoth-I Gore, the Allrat.unVateu.Hon. E. P. .Dr.Wm. Tins siory to imte four fire pi"CeJI. lour doors, ana | \ lio)ui "iIIle of.en fr the reception of buxcs pieserved Ginger. elphyf. deceased. .Z:
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II ton President. They are valueless, asto Gavin, 12 windows 32Iilits lO.by 12 inches each. L.ulies end Gf-itlcmen, who *'i ih to in prove in In th<- Sopcri Ir Court.of the M'-dJIe; District at
I Walker. Isaac tlso Hand .
r such charter has eier been grunted brMuniaippi. line, Lt.R. E: nit S The upper Story to be 18 fc t high-to have the I 'his important branch If cducation. In Friday Die OH. I Florid JefTers County.November \Trm I 1839.THE .
I Hurly, P. G. Whitelit Dr}times ,_..., BnJ JurV. U 2i : and iOAlWestcru! Flour, (new)
J T. 2 ,uu" \nr.m,"u.v ACl.ftauare.'.t -5---- V --- tO- <>OII1B !t, 1838, on the' corner of Adam Clinton subscriber having been appointed Audi W'
Ha uer. Home Th.tnUVartt., George andcrirn: lobe lathed Streets, stairs above Dr. Ucat e' Of 50 do common Whiskey Receiver in '
I John 17 by 20 feet each-partition I up directly the.abovecuetoxllectmnd
The Galveston Gazette S3)s the autumn Harri. >n. J. \\.2 Warren Col. the fi-c. 20 d"i Monontjahela.: I
wocd"ii to
G. Aim And plastered-fvo pillars Fspprrt icceive all pa| er*, vwichem, and effcctsof the _
there bas been delightful) nrul lliat he gratis Hunter, Andrewi.Vard.Misi William Sraborn railing-the judges sent to Lc placed with! the l-ack Mr. Alv6rd Ilain devoted a1ollteiht. entire 00 s-\cks Salt.: tide of Thomas Dclphy,deceased and to settle stud

ii now green and the prairie flowers as Jn si Hughes, Uaac Jonathan JnoJud to the pUL liLD. raised five fet, and the platform years, to giving instruction in this important t With a general assortment of Groceries I ictate according to I.w. h.rebgiTeSYtotice tOIL11pcrso.mstowluoimthesaidThoinasUeiphydeceaaed
H. rnuiJii, Albert Watson. or 12 by 17 feet for Attorney's table anu se.u to be branch, he flatter himself hesha'I! be able to suikfy now opening at h-s new establishment. ,' .
in A. BERRYDec. I
II Sarah
spring Williams R. II.
-on, Males raised 18 mcl-es, from the fioor.; two Jury boxes one the in STtiguinr expectations| of those who is indebted. in any mannti whatsoever,to render to
The populntion of the city, a id number of Sine. Thomas Wiiite t'athuni! on each side, ai.d nine seats for spectators in f.on uisy be tti'jweil to pa! >'eihemselvrs under his in- 221. 1R"8._20-2i hiiw,without ucl.\y, their demand duly attested according

kousec, hnvo doubled within the !a't the, Ji.ni-fc Hiram T.'i($in", J..e.PrrvouF of the Judges w at,two small and two larre d.to-s, ; tru'-tion>. PLANTATIONS FOR SALE. I I to Ian; anc all persons indebted to thesamo.
calutig; for th, above letters will please and Iumler j it i iexpectd hi Terms bra ol( Sj Lssoiis. $15 ,
Bucks lime course payable
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month Large qunntiliKfl of goods, provisions I. G. SEARCY,1'.M. with 12 windows. LL lp offered at PuMic SaK on the 1st i I will make payment Difdiaielyin order' enable
nay advertised. \\i1I be furnished in tie neighborhood.For in ad'nl'ce.' 'I7 Itlte subscriber to settle the said estate u
I day of January Iii:!!. in the City of T'lUlmss. soos* :
and find 3t
lie.' Arrived continuilly, a .I luti. l.l !839. 22 further particulars apply to Un iniiteil l'June. $30. possible. WM-'BUDD-' .
that valuable tract of Land on Lan! yctte
Lri'k rnnrk V\ l.LUU. JOHN MILLER. Hours fur instruction for "ntleman from 9 to e,
and
profitable < TA1,LHIASt. JOCKEY Section r.'ur. and )f f Sect'on five. M.-nti-elK lalh Dgf.. 1818.
Township, part
'edaiDiowo'a 21 If 10 A. M. Ladies f.ni 2 to 3 P. M. and from 7 In -
Club is Hicks Town Dec. 16,1838.
ICJ A meeting or the Jockey reques situated five miles! ere m TaUah>ssee, containinz Notice.
Hotel Tuesday next IL see, o'clo k, I Th Charleston Courier,and Chronicle & Senti- 9 Evening.N. I 1120 acid of Land. The tract I las about 200 I persons are hereby cautioned (coin trdipxr
DEC. 20 from above notice till the B.-Mr. A. has' recommendations from ALL
NEW ORLEANS. -Important all the wi.l the manydistingui.med
nel. pub.ith
on Augusta
when and \f heie.it is earnt.ly, enjoined acres nf clcir.d Lniiil! a first rate new b'rrcw end or a certain nute of hand for fire hoodrra
TAm" to.-B' a late arrival from this porI we rein 4-h: Silurdajr in February next, and forward their individual's in diif'rent parts of tl.e
members to be plescmt. Running Gear nnd from its fine Spring of Wa'er and fifir dollars, given by thrsabseriber lo V.r-
receipt of a letter dated the 6ih instant, in whichwe By Ordi r orthc Pres'.den'. a-cnunis to this office for payment. U. S. that- e.in be teen ai his Wiitinr Room, on ap and hea'thy! location it is not to be surpa! ed in die D. Causey, or bearer. Said n >te was fives i orR

five the particulars of en aault upon Tsmii.m Jan. 5. 13 9.Aduitnistratrtl'. PUBLIC SALES plicationRefTennccs..-Rev. Joshua Knovrles, G. W. value Ly any tract of its size in the country. ATI certain tract of land lying om le! Oeflla rim, in

,Use writer rajs r Sale. Of the United States Lands in East IIutchiiiH. those ivl>o wi
Our city ha had one of those hair breadth escape N Pnrsuai.es of deoee of the Judge; of the Florida deferred for a further period of its value! by rdng: ; over the trac. I of "gut, 1838. payable. the hit' :'of Janvarjjncxt,

from carnage, pillage and detth. "arpAWlling any instance I Coui-ty Court t Leon county and by order if of ninety days."JikJOTICti FOR SALE. W. P. CRAIG. .I and signed by David K. M. Scotr.'as Mcnrity.Tk*

known in the annals of the Initory of th'm the .9tianln"lral.h i I hall tip se (.1's5lc at Pu '- hcriby pivcn thai the public sile of ON cOJsigr.ment.I nero 15, 1333- Administrator F. Ash.SIXTY'I'IIREE note was paid by me on the 26thday Acrvejnber

country-by an attack on the 30th ult. at 5 o'clock. I::c wfucti,to the liiRhcst udder, on the 4th day or i. 1 such portion of oftheland ordered on the hum I 200 ps. common Calico. NEGROESAT j, las, berorc it became due, *od not given up, 'and

A. M., on one of the For .. Thin attack via made F.bruarv next: the loUo"ing LOTS, iojte In the da v of October last to be held at th- lAnd Office inSt. 20 do Bad Tick.I I I will not again be paid by me unless compelled lI

by th. infantry of Generals Canahzo and Cia by City Tallnbnssa", viz: Auustinc, in F.iM Florida, on Monday the 3dinsl. I 200 do Domestics AUCTION. coarse of law. DAVID SC(7J'TD .. '

their usual mode of tho advance guard en LOT N" 224, all shah not have been oflVred at the date of.I 200 Saddle Bltcke.r.; I I I e. 8 -18 ; i
intrigue is .Icferred 40 doz. Suspenders. ILL bt sold at Public Auction t>i the highest _
lering the Fort and hallowing the usual cry of" LOT No. 227, the receipt ana will of this notice at Monday said office, the 4t'n day 4) do unbleached half hnc. Y bidder, on Saturday, 12'h day of January I i DISSOLUTION.
until comn-encB
"Viva La Federacion, Viv L* General Urren. L' IT No. 9S9. the Fo site at r*. Y. Prices. fur cash or short credit. next, sixty-three as likely r\EGll' as the Territory HCcoeeernof D. Williams t Co.'of: Monti -

They were received by General Urr 01I' and Mon.ltnegro'm Sold by order "t Court, "nd for tie! benefit of of said of Also March that ncit.the public ante of lands ordered to beheld .Jpplyto J. B KEEX. aft"rdic,24 men, 19 women, and 20 childicn, T cello, hav ir.g this day dissolved by mutnat eo -*'
late 'I
party* friends.but rarcely had their liuntve heirs and cndi.or,; fir James Bryan, : tVth inst. Dt'.. 2d 18\'. 22tf out of this Gang 55 were born and raised in the sent and the .
the agreement r 'undersigned be .learsjthroagli
made known fill she day at the rtne place on Monday _
the unwuhed for wnlimenti.a deceased. Term. T. and the balance hire been I here piLe
( utterance to county, R. J. fl.2CKLEY. and i' defer cd until and will commence on Monday .M AR HAL'S SALE. ritory this notice,earnestly to call upon all iZH2aift>
the pail of thoMO who gave the griic, wben the orla'e.! of March )ears. There are nmon? them two first rate driver I ed to the late firm fbras.* rt/stttremen r;aatfefr-
22'tsTHOMASV1LLE 18th i ett.A
the > I
k1ance of those infuriated noldiers led on by the Januarys, I83?. day description will hereafter be given BY virtue of t\v' Writs of Fi.Fa., issm-d out of *, Carpenter, Stone Mason, Teamsters, Shoe I circumstance cnt rely f ibid B longr:'b"tgcnce_.'
U letail stores hould beth particular the Court of the Middle Dmtrictof and Harness makers, house servants, Conies,
Superior
I cWrin; cry of Co that ofthe anti townships the sale of which will One or the other of the 8t1beCrit..n will always bs.
ACADEMY. tracts ,
should have an in. Florida for Leon County, in which On k ford anti1'lrolT.b. W.sImersIrnners. &C. Terms one-third cash anc1 ,
?* fruits of Ih.ir labor, its they be defcrrrd until the 4th of March next, purmaut present itt Monticello, for the pdrpoeorseetM.
, discriminate plunder of tho game. This cry was Trustees of this Institution hare gain notice.Given \V .and Spear and'Patton are Plaintiffs, and two annual mitalments with interest from date. the affairs of the concern. .-. '.

reiterated frum all tb. lino to iupire the troops to THE the services of Mr. Scott a* Principal to this under hand,nt the Ci'y of WaUiing- A'-mliam' Spanker is defrndaut.I have levied upon R.J.IIACKLEY. DARIUS \VILLIAI .
did ftrinale department my and shall at saTe' on Saturday the 26th T.ilUhnssce Dec. 21 tS3?. 20 4t
mac ucccMful' charges which they eerUialy of UM male dcrparlmeurLe this fifth day Decem'oer, 1838. expose public 'OlIN A. ClLUa "
and obtained the rummit of their wi.bo *o fur at will be organized under Miss Price of the ton, AI.VAN BUREN. daj of December, 1838 the Stock of Goods belonging N. B. The above sale is postponed until Satur- Monticello, Dcr.18, 1838., SOtf:

to gain the principal Fort which commanded the Troy (N. Y.) Femal. Seminary a* Principal and the President : to Abraham Spangler, in the city of Tall! a- day.the 19ilnnst. U.' J. II. -

tovn, and held it for two hours. The Federal Miss S-.iih of Ihe High School of Fawtaxrt (K.I. By JAMES WHITCOMB, has ee, Consisting of Dry Uoods. Groceries: Hard- PLANTATION FOR SALE. OJla it oftkeOTICT Tala.4au.RZIZO.iTaz.LaUassr Cq }
of the took the Thew ladies ban the highest tcsti. Oflic' warS and Cutlery, Rope, Shoes' etc., at the store- D.22, 1838,.
if those oppomte ofthe General Land
party knowing, I.) Assistant. branches usually Commiskloner h.use of iid SPIJl!!ler.the same being property of WKTILL: be sold at public sale, on.the 1st day of U giren.that frwnt'ad fter cie' ..
Stimulated All N.
of life. _. ;.!. .. u-lu.I..h.in_. &e.
loa thai had uo hop ?? ._ 'ft .., __ .
they KinjilBI .w wi 'w o ----(- V T January, (units privately disposed 01 ue- .Iii.., or. Jiinuarv. ..n.1 :u-L.
Seminaries. of a perishable nature. --- --'1 ---' .
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and drove them and Female NOTICE. rITra 4
thus, they charged on them again taught in the best lila! department bale to take place wi'htn' legal hours, on said furehand ) n valuable tract of Land,containing at the Depot( the Compsay SL .zb'ziik
their rcspeeme
from the Fort with immense laughter, uking our country will be taught in ..Iect.ed OThe STOCKHOLDERS of the Florida Peninsula day for CASH SJM. H. DU VAL. 560 lI'res. 303 of which are cleared: and under a transferred OB th*Bail Hoarf Iree efs1cmePr,.. '

General Piadra and eighteen officer, and in nil *. The Trustee having with care the Institution Rail Road and Steam Boat Company ere Dec. It 1838. U S. Marshal M D. F. fine fence. Slid track i* t-ituitted miles from vided tHY are remortd within tea.ytasit' W-
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akoBifour baitdrod prisoners,ioolud/ng killed and able' Teacher., do cordially recommend hereby notified that an election will bo held at the Tallahasseeon the Georgia road, and has upon it receiptat the Depot-at'Tafl a.., .Fi. ;
federal did aol of educating their childrenor House ia the ofSt Augustine, on tht The above sale is adjourned till Thursday tie 3J '
wounded. The loss 0g- UM party to all dc/irou Court firy a dwelling house,gin house, screw, 9 carn'houaea increased means of transportation jh.Cjy'
eicd iAr including UM lamentable lost of CoL wards. The health> and pleasant location of first Mowday fn January next, for a President arid day January. 1839. 'and several negro quarters, &c .!. at saice prepared forward whip di.pr.e'til roedavhk f'

) wU foil ia UM earl part of UM Iwtde. TtwmMfilk, render it a desirable retreat donnlb. seven Director ofaid company. FIVE DOLLARS REWARD. I time, a 20 acre Lot, adjoining Tallahassee on the cotton consianed lo them;TbeUMManr fcire al.

8. bvelerata weN those Gcoeral Cadaliao, .u.mmer month for unities from Honda and By order of the Board of Direct on. from Lake Jackson, on Thursday Sooth Vest and a 1 acre Lot within the r own. prepared rxrtnsiveanedtfcrllwttwtA. /<.t *

Pudraa and Co*, a. lo poial"out svreral of the lU Im favored part, of Georfiia. Board may be K. B. GIBBS,Secretary.Dec. STRAYED' .a small BAY MARE,one white Persons wishing to purchase, will please call and -ton at the Depot at TalhiaatteA ''VBr '

01 respaUabU Amerieao and other foreign nsi. had in public houses or rriv.t. families on reasonable 1, 1838. 21Ce fore footj Jour tail, shoes on her fare feet, and a examine the premiacs. W. F.CRAIG. order of Ute. 'Boards. ''. .t
and
kaie i. their HMO,a* victim. er tb.ir wrath aDd ter.M. Th pohool will be opened en the lit The editor of the Jacksonville Courier, the tftt rate wddlo horse-abo a blaze in her face Dee 15, 1838. ;; }TUIUJVTr' 8 atOa.

fifMMC? aDd it beyond a doubt that but few of January 1833. FlondUn tTatlahassee.. will please publish otVer marks not remembered. The above reward NOTICE. Dec It. IO.4t. ,II 8er.Jt; 'Cs'ra.AYEJ..1'
La .been leA to hv told UM tale above notice until the first Monday in January said S :-j
Wig asrwoQIi ? FOLLOWS: to whoever will return --- .
AS paid
all
for \I TERMS OF TUITION next and send chair bills to the 8er. tar, for settle and expenses FBH liE Stockholder of tha Brunswick & Florida .t s& gars .j
ka4.UMJ Dterrd. It i it importibl* imtgiuitio. the subscriber at Like Jackson. "
of t4 mart to
1. aitualwa ,where the Beading and Selling per term ment. J ;, MOUNTAIN.Dee. JB Rail Road, are requested to meet at Thomas- n :t
forcigoers
pietur oar a* go .flO 00 'JONATHAN 7th of Jan p'k "
.' ._ I yule,Thomas Ce, on Monday, the day ULEwiih m4.*.w j
loa than weeks, tft 29 3t fmarb.rtetoJIettecL
mow or 8..
vemuf at party w r*nothing 12 1838 and other
eloet board of Directors ,
Antbtnelic uarynextto .IIDJtaWi
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tiraimd I CMt'ixV It* be.lsg Writing and JjjGcofr DiMOlatlon. 1i
Wad' of robber. party of '. 15 I .DUST rereivad from New York. officer, and at which time five dpUan on'each.. i Yen for his delivery i aie i.. .jI
of the phy. f the
*taOT Oerr, had cite promM. plnnder PbilotoBWoric -, lIE pnbjpbsrt.fore.zsting under 1. Cheese. share will be required to be paid in. I Isformtioe.se that! : ssi _.ti
Grammar, Hwtory, 60 box superior !
air th.bc1I..eee: if they wwll'p1 him Eoliab l ,'Itc. 00 T name of James L nier, .-Co., ia.&. day r41, _. 13 bbVi Goiiaessee Flour. THO. BUTLES KING.' .- i .- -.<..'."..-; 1'.-"\- '

I aid tb mamslett ia r_.d. of the city. ;But phi.k&thsclticJudDn4Lvmguageas wr,. g jg dissolved by ii* own linitation. All parsons bavinr .- 15 half bbls Buckwheat,Flour. Presidaat. & : ttJ.I .' : Ji.f:( t Ji.\ .;
award the "
the flmrhajii1ttalic.$i ol always at1 UM mid eoaeera will pracenl Crambos .
I or rr claims qa 10 half bbl*No 1 Mackerel. > The MilledeeuUe awl p pera, .theriiaMirrorIrwintonHertld .- ; .
t Ib to the irtmt; nttcbd a*from the injModu French WILl..tier..D&f'. It 00 than to the *nb orib rt in ftuiney, for atttlenwnl,I. 5 bbla Ale, (for southern use.) aa S
Aie..,.P.wt .. Do. ,... onl who iajusdy **.4to settle the intaaAll. Floridan will iasairt the above ootiee until tkekatofJu.wr7nnd "UST.
-. I keg goba bolter.r ret ivedf a Imh H -
.. Dd PaIaliDZ.t .,
Th wrUw, ,c aplaijs-.ikat*: p s !American L..u-&bI'J"I..Fone.. :, IS. 00 ptl'8OOS itadebIcd..ill call aod make ImondiaU. S.r sale low for.cash: forward their accounts to A. L. warranted f ttM riabr' .

VU arWfltMJteifNttfUM riAmtricanT Jill.".r,the rr-a.e. IILsit u loDger idulepse cabe LANIER.Qui.CIJ.I1. JTeQ.i P.H.SITAIM&C. Kinj,Bran*wick, for paymeoUDec. "1'A
mate. JAMES dth 1\3w IS 21 T.mllabantse5 1 13th -
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\7I .. .AmiIAttors' K.tl e. Admioistratoi Notice, --- NOTICE.URCUASERSofpropertyst-. I I -: 4Nci1eey JlfotJe community rice,which;boaasovqetabi.inre1enz-t.\lnljut"host(flcmpiamquSt* ,'

.NOT! A U: persons indebted to James L. Parish, deceased the sale d the ]QIX Weeks after date;Ithall arjply to the Hon, N ,pursuance t>r Decree of the Honorable.the Fills are purely abu { lift
I aadsotSLTiVef f( lavnd.e
IX mthar subscriber L late 01{ Jefferson county, are hereby -I estate of the late T. W. Seabrook era in- the Judge of the County Court of Leon Coun'tyior _,' Superior Cbait of'Leon Coantf,!Middle Di i neither Mercury ctiino'ay AruDt! Ild knjrFoiSer JI.taia

i, S to tis) Ro. dau.o Gout ft>r .i apply called upon to make immediate payment to the t bscribcr ormed that their notes are lodged in tte' U- letter efj administration,::00. the,estate, cf rid of Kloridn' Ishall proceed In tell,as thegnarl miners, any form wHittTtr, ; 'They, are; -eanrljr
of Gadedny W her.eoeaata county and ,and all persons to whom the said deceased nionBsnk for the oollectioa of the priociph and David B. MaComb, deceasedclaiming the same dTanjif tie iflGsntbiit50fZ.C. Fort deeelnsd.' ; composed of extracts from rareaMlpovvrftlpiaatsv& 'I

Toachet f1..t datebugti & thofainistrtttfjibift are indebted, either oy open accounts) notes or i interest due on them,on the lit ofJanuarylB3D; i in behalfof the United States'ofAmcrics,-a judge- the (Mowing described lands lyiny la aid eoanty'; the virtues of which,though long known to several 1
k 00 j judgements,will present the same properly' vouched ,'JAMES GADSD5N.Dec,17183a anent creditor of said deceased. to wit. Tha east half of the north east qaanet of Indian tibssanirecady1.ussoa.enin .
,". b.it of tU MUle oftJDt. Ro.' Should those indebted,'neglect tb' settle within"'aleasondble 2ar MOT 24 8 A ML. S. SID. LEY. s section .twemy-one/the; west half of the Tiortli chemist\ *,are altogether rninown to pharmactatkal the- :'

. >:. 1 WUoo' JARRI& time,they will find their papers iu the DENTISTRY. west quarter>0f section tw niy.two, and the 'west lgror.nt flretinders td medical science ; and were

W. will aae. hands of proper officers, u the subscriber is determined NOTICE.ALL subscriber Informs the citizens half of the sooth west quarter of section twenty never before: administered 1,150'...ppU'eBSdciou: '
__By bAUol.JOSEPH McBRIDE. US8m) to settle the estate at as early a day as possible. those indebted to the estate T.jGerardin, THE respectfully two. a eOO1bi"A tro1l., ,
: Florida and that he has
Vniou Bank: of MARTIN PALM ER, Admints'or will please make immediate payment, as ne further located himself, iii others Tallahassee- for the Said sale to be at public o\Wry before the'Courthouse Their flrstoshtbnIs tu l6G\en?from the'f 4f foats f

% by' the Board Florda' that Dec 3, 1 1838-St I ladulgence can be given. permanently Hit ,will t.Q.r.! in the city Tallahassee,on Saturday of the stomach a'nJ bowels'! ,tf\-''various "imp'triiiet'

ORDERED for the transaction of bnsin..>s in ELECTION NOTICE. FREDERICK GER RDIN. practice to tho otDentalSurgory.counties Gadsden practice Jefferson extend the 12th day of Jana"J.: 183LSOLOMON and e\.litie*conibi dtly sttUpijraround thaw rand
"., Nov. 17th, 1838. 15-2ni adjoining G. BECKOM to remorc.the tardeafd faces wh'wri eoJJ. .
f4ojtbetrotn IGo'oIoika.u.unti1 9 &ciockp. m. ELECTION for Intendant and Wardens and of rt.i UM
Thomas Geurgia.
AN Dec. 8, 1838.-$18-ts convolution' of Ihe.smalt
) 4.'OHN' PARKHILL. Cash'r. ioiestiftes. Other
Qg for the City Tallahassee,for the year 1839, NOTICE, Office at tho City Hotel. dues fli-
orily'pani Jt cUnlo"these anJ I lea .
ImffY sou*Sl Gamble Jr. and John will be held in the City of Tallahassee,on the first LL having claims against the ette V/ CROSS, Dentist. Notice. collected' such '
persons ALl. masM* behind, *<"tS '
PerlOn. pttxFoce habitual
,, a indebted to the -
JIJL. G. and my ( Monday January next. Edwin J- G.Tilling- Macrae deceased 27th 1838' 8-tt estate of Benjamin ,
beretyrequirrd September ,
rienl .olnra Farqnahar are Ch tres,deceased, are notified Costiveness,with all UettJat| of .iU, or Mdtotvdf /
thou
are agents hast Col. Huh T. Fisher and Tilman J. Frenchare settlement thereof

my the time enb.
within
E. wiauudS to prcsentthem pre orrfjcea with
lipmineM
ab. from LAND FOR SALE. must bo made, and all dar fc my ene appointed Managcrsof election. e:d by law,or they will be forever barred. Those persons having clainis the
, ba rn Teri effect of VegetcWc life PiU,Ulqeltrue the .
JOHN G. Polls be 9 o'clock Jt. M. will sell my tract of Land consisting of 32 against the name are notified to the k4.,
to at and closed
i indebted the present same
,, 1. opened to the estate will make payment t> I neys and th ,bddde'r.! abc! by this'tntial. ttie.Jricand
44 acres, 170 in a high state of cultivation, with duly authenticated within the
1. 1 9 a five o'clock, p.M. Win. HILLIARD, ubscriber. E. B. VA8S, Adra'r. time prescribed by the lung, the healthy ftctiort of which entirely
H. RANDOLPH Dec. 1 It. 1838-3t Intendant. Novembers, 1838. l&3w good gin bouse, and screw, a sufficiency of negro law. In case of my absence from town or county,, depends anoa tha regularity of flisvnniarjrorgaaa
: DB cabins, and provisions enoagh to the plantation the be left
Dlft. F. supply same can with L.A. Thompson or J. D. The blood, which takes red lour '
himself Tallahassee, of 8. BEATTIE NEW F1R91. its C from/the ngcaey .
the firrt The land is sitnafed 8 mile
.l'c H.Cera his professional services te the public. OFFERS hill Professional services to the cit subscribers have this day assoc'atcd from Tallahasseeon year.the Micasukee road and adjoining Wcstcott Jr. E'q,. JOS. CHAIRES, of the liver and the lungs before .it pesse*s mu .

He Is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Ran- I and the adjoining country. THE together under the firm of Mr. Lorimer and others. Immediate Qualified- Executor. tile hesrt,being thus purified by them,,ind nourished
October
Monroe His office is on Adam Street of posse 13, 183ft. I H.3in br food coming from a clean f tomacli.
dolph, o 8Lt. ,corner Clinton,upposite Gamble & Held, sion will be given. For torms apply to Duval ana Yourse
I ks.yu 4 : the residence of J. D. Wcstcolt., Jr. Esq. for the purpose of transactiug ness in the dty Hutchins TallahasseeB.. CHAPPEL. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. freely through the 'viens,renews evciy part of the

1 Tallahassee. July 6th. !1838. 48-if of Tallahassee. Jan. 6. 183d. 22-tf ALL persons Laving demands against Chilitoh system and triumphantly mounts tha tanner ofealth

.. eubearlb r foUc regularly to run Notice. They will have OH hand at all!! times a general -.-- phcr Smith,deceased, late of Jefferson County, will in the blooming cheek./
.. THE b rse Stage from to UE Co-partnership heretofore existing underthenameoCSW..t nssortment of goods and will be disposed s.rve TAKEN UP render them duly attested to 'the Adminixtrstor [ The following! are amoagthedLstressmn; variety
Cb&to T human diseases whiclvthe
Quincy n
Os., which will a.17' immediately anr 1M & MADDEN, is this t their friends and the public upon the most fnwra- IIJ"A small Lay HOl.sE, BUPPIcd to be 8 yearsold Aad all persons indebted to the same will make rare well known tu to be inMHabfe') !Vegetable!- Life Pill

It the arrival orthe ..U fr &day dissolved by mutual consent. All those having LIe terms. JAMES B. GAUD IE. no particular mark ; tho owner can have him payment to the raid Admin tctrator. DYSPEPSIA cleansing
by thoroughly
also prepared t nut .four horse Coach, whenever i claims Against the said firm, will present the SAM. REID. by applying to tho Ovcnecr on rny plantation, and C. W. DEWITT, Adm'r. and second stomach tIand ereating a.flow of the first N

t number of passengers are IUc a the t*o horse same for' payment, and nil thcs due the said firm June 7. 18.18- 44GALLIGIIAN'S paving fur thia advertisement. October 20, 1838. 11IIOUCK. hcallhy bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind pure_ I '.
will will settle their with P. II. Swaim who is TUO B. W1NN. ;
account
cannot continue
Ufa conveniently carry. ale VEGETABLEFEVER .'PANACEA.. Flatulency, Palpjialion oldie hear',!Joss of
run a.( horse eoaeh ( Quincy to duly authorized to settle the same.P. October 27li! 1038. I l'l 'ppetite
roll Jleart burl'and Headache
,, t oa AND AGUE PILLS, A FRESH supply of the above valuable med- Restlessness, Ill-!
DainbriJgt at which place i will meet the line of. II SWALV, certain and biting cure for this diseise For Commission House, New Orleans. J.5L cine just received. For sale by temper,Aniieiy,Langnur,ftnd.Meloncholy.whichare
Stages from Mobile Passengers taking LEVI A. !MADDEN A
sale by LONG & GK1VOT, STEWART& BARNARD. the general, syroptons of Dyspepsia,will vnni bas
their sealx at Tallahassee will have the preference The business will hereafter be conducted under
1i i over ell others, coming on in the the style and name of P. H, SWAIM & CO. WADDEL. RANDOLPH, & LEWIS. HAVE established! themselves at New Orleans May21) 42 _ a natural consequence of its euro. Costiveness
1I except tbol Tallaha ree. April 14, 1338. 38 ihe transaction of Commission Business, PORTRAIT PAINTING.MR. by cleansing the whole length of the intestines witha
main has from Mobile to. .tgusta.The St. Jfirks. July 2. lR38 48 3m solvent and withou violence
I LAW NOTICE."M7M. and solicit the patronage of their friends and the process, ; all violent
I stage will leave 1'.Uabl6 every olher day I P. COPMAN intends tc locafe himself leave the
bowels costive 'within
: which they urges two
public, to their bcst services. days.
at I o'clock A. M. and arrive at Bainbridge ar AGENCY AT WASHINGTON CITY HI. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY AtrilT 35-tf pledge this city during the Fall and Winter, and iarrcea, !) and Cholera,by removing the sharp acrid
I, Iodo P. M.; And reurnin will leave Bain. FRANCIS A. DICKENS, of the City Wash V Y AT LAW, will practice in all the Courts i hopes that those who may wish to obtain his services fluid!<, by which ihs c. mplints are occasioned

I brde tie next morning resigned the appointment held Middle Florida, and will ai:tend to such husinesas I JUST ICECE1V D.ONE will call immediately at his room, over the and by promoting the lnbrcative secretion of the
e!. JOHN M. VARN.Xecnt.Administration by him for several years in the Treasury and War may be entrusted to his care. Office ia the build HUNDRED OUNCES French iui- Academy, where they may aLo tee spcc'merg/if mucus membrane. Fevers(.f all kinds by restoring
Departments, has undertaken the Clnimn I ing formerly occupied Call and Walker. his .
.otlce.HAVING Agency by Sulphate, Acetate und Muriate of pnintings.Talihassee the bleed to a regular circulation through the process
taking out letters of administration; I before Congress, and other branches of the government October 2. th. 1637. l3-t( Morfhine and a general a!sori ment of French and Nov. 17, I8"8. '15 of perspiration in some cases, and the thorough

of Samuel Y. Coolr,dec. and having including! commissioners under treaties, and I C7"GUN iEE'AIRING&JOB WORK.BENJ. Efgliih Chemicals. Twelve Mahogany Medicine Notice. solution of all intestinal obstructions in others.

I appointed David C. Wilion-Kq.my attnrnej I all the various public offices.. He will attend to METCALF having removed from Mr. Chess, nnd a largo supply of' Drug s, Medicines, \\flR. JESSE S. RUSSEL is my mithorfzeJagent The LIFE PILLS have been known to cure rheumatism

( in fact, all persona hiving claims againtt said I pre-emption cla.imthe procuring of patents ': to the well known Shop of Mr. Jo- Perfumery, &c. &c. For sale bv /.i while I am absent from the Territory. permanently in three week*,and Gout in
for lands claims for horses lost in
public
them authenticated withi WADDEL half that time by local inflammation
duly K.WDOLP4- LEWIS. JA8.T. LIPSCOMB. removing from
ut"tr..i present EPSOM tho
lUll Monroe St.
on nnd
( the service otb United corner Augustine
prescribed by law, and thone indebted wit Sta.es-properly destroyed M.\y 13 41! A-jgast 5, tC3. |J'11 the muscles and lig.imcnts of thejoints. Drop.itaIran
invaliJ, revolutionary and navy pension?,- Streets, opposite tho CAPITOL will at all kinds and
makeinune4tiate by freeing the
please payment.CAROLINE strengthening kij-
\ S. COOK, ajm'ix. claims for revolutionary: werviccj, whether for com limns bo ready to attend to any call in his Hun. liOOT & S110L ALl'M UFAUTUKlf. -PJ.NSACOIA MANSION HOL'SK. nies and bladder; they operate most delightfully

I Dec. 1. 1638. 18w mutation half pay bounty land tu well thosi e Tallahassee, Oct. 12lh. 1B3: 10.tf Tn- -II t;subscriber respectfully informs >LW CITY OF rEN ACfJLA. on these important organs, and hence have ever

against the state of Virginia the United Suites; the citizens of Tallahassee THE subsciibcr ha vin?purchased the lease 11:1.1 been found certain remedy fur the worst casts of
c Notice all l claims growing out of contracts with the government ii and vicinity, that he has of this wall known ostablishment Gravel.! Also, Worms, by dislodging from the

t THIS is 10 notify all persona whom i ma P or damages sustained in consequence of: commenced (he manufacturing of from Mr. Tay'or, the late proprietor, will be rta- turnings of the bowels th<* slimy! mate: ; to which
i, expiration of six weeK' the action or conduct of tile government. And indeed 1'ootstintl Shoes in this city, in dy to receive vichorsby the lit of April neit. these creutures adhere; Asthma and Ccnsumption,
I shall ) to the H
Lon for Letters of Guardianship for the minor r offices which may require the aid of an ugert or at Flench & Cook, on 4/unroe st where he is prepared the arrangements nnd accommodations of the mucus,which even slight colds will r ccnsLn,which

fI of Asa McCoy, late of this county dec. torney.His to manufaciurc' nil articles; his line business, Mansion Jlou,eNew and moire nimodicni Ha- if not removed! becomes hardened, and products
fi N T HOS. L. HALL, chtrje will) bo mndt-rate, depending upon he has good workmen his employ, and will war- tnin>r Houses will be ba'.It: and warm baths will be : those dreadful! diseases. Scirvy, Ulcers, and Inveterate
Dce.221183. 2Utf asmr.ADMINI8'RA'rOR'S the ainountof. claim, and the extent of the ser rant his work to be done in the best manner, and at prnvidcc at all hours. Astable will l lie< attached to Sores, by the perfect purity which these

t vices. reasonable j>riv*. the House with good! accommodation for ho:srsnud Life Pills give t<, the Uor-d, and all the humours'
KALE Ma. DICE lUis known to most of those who}lave Carriage & Harness Making. Boots footed and other repairing; done on ncrom carriage First rate horses and carriages will b' : Scorbutic Eruptions act! bad complexions,by tbeir;

t ON Thursday the 3d day of January next, th been in Congress within the last few years, or who CPTHE subscriber havin ensaged the serv I inodatinsj to riD$. also kept for hire at moderate prices, and sail and altcratiro! efflet upon the fluids that feed the skin,
I subscribers, n administrators of Richard I have occupied any public station at Washington.All ('(5 of a skillful Carriage and ..1"rnr M ker,(rom FREDERIC FILER, row brats with per..ont to manage tin m for the I the mOl bil! state of which occasions: all eruptive

I Perish, deceased, will offer at public sal.at the letters must be post paid. the North, begs leave inform' his friends and the April 28. 1633. 33-tf use of visitor DllarJs: and other amusements complaint*, I al''t\\\\condy? and other disagreeable
I late residence of said deceased, ('fl the Miccoi>ukcy References.-Gov.R. K.Cnll, GUY. Wm. P.Du. public that all orders for repairs &c, shall be punc usually found at watering places, will also be fur- I complexions. 1 he use of these pills! fcr a very short

Lake, Leon County.aU! the perishable property belonging val, Gen.John P. Duval Maj. Jesse II. Willis. tun.ly and ne.v.ly! cxr-cuted. KLF.IOT'S CORN CUKE. nished, and so conducted us not to inlcr'rre with I time, will: eflectan enlire cure of Salt Rheum, Eryiiipelas. -
I to said estate, consisting of J/ousi-hold and L April S8.J 833. *IY'r. Saddlery Work Done. DR. ELLIOTS PLASTER has been used with the comfort and quiet of the boarJers. The wines .and a striking impiovement in th>clearnessof

t Kikhen Furnituie, Horses, Mule, Cattle, Hog"C.rn ,p Notice. E.: B. CLARK success : And wherever it has and liquors will be of the test quality: ; and lo ensure the skin. Common CoWs and Influenza, will

t Fodder, 8ngr Boiler, and Mill, Farniin; rrTIIE Subscriber having erected a STEAM F Tallahassee. May "., 183$ 39-1 been introduced, has superseded the use of other a furl supply of ice, a cargo hns alreirly b(enoidered alt,ayste cured by on dcsc, rr by two, eves in

< utensiaK, Ie. Terms made kno\nln day of sale,. i MILL at his place, two and a half miles East ol I.. AD. BtE'.l".I'GEIt, remedies for the cure of orn'l. \ihirn will arrive about the 1st of May. :I the worst cavis. Pile*-ns a remndy for this rccst
JNO. D. PARISH, Tallahassee will be ready at all times to supply r : ESPECfFULLY informs the Ladies and A few applications will entirely remove the largest M r. F.G. Bai.nard, w ho formerly kept p-'pnbr distressing and obstinate malady, the ..VegetableLife

c GEO. ILDFNNI*, with Lumber and Meal those who may favor him _._, Gentlemen of Tallahassee! and iu vicinity,, corns, and prevent further pain. Ilotcli'i Washington City. v.ill conduct the Hotel Pills deserve a distinct and emphatic recommendation. -
.1 I.1I TIIEO. TURN BULL with application. JOHN G. GAMBLE. that he will continue lo givo instruction on tho Price 50 cents per box, with directions for use. for the Proprietor, who, wih such aid, ronfi.lcf.tly i It is we'l known to hundred in this

.1t MILES _Nehamiuh1a, June 23, 183ft 46-tf PIANO FORTE For Sale in Tallahassee, at the Drug Stun of ensure' th; visitors of List year nnd his friends city, that the proprietor of these invaliable Pills,
Dec. 15, 1838. Administrator I WADDKL, RANDOLPH & LEWItf. generally, that they will receive every possible attention was Iiiiu'elf: afflictf d with this Complaint! for up-
WANTED. .
'ortho next winter reason to all who favor May 18ih. 1838. 4Ntf
may and wards of thirty five and that he tried in
Notice.THE BLACK BOY thShremaking ; thereby expects t) give general satis. years vain
AS an apprentice to him with!
1 their
A patro.iagc. -TOHA 4c.THE lac'i>>n.The every v prescribed the whole compassof
heretofore ei'utinr business.
f Co-partnership nndeiI Apply toFREDERICK Ho also offers for sale sale a largo assortment o. Su'urribcr' kcal of this the Materia Medico. He however tried
firm of LED WITH& I FILER. has t-iken the Store formerly advantages house are too well length
I wasdiasolvod by mutual TILLNGHAST r Tallahassee,June 16, 1818-tf 45l'O"l.'ICE. tho Music latest: for the Piano Forte, just received, among by J. 1) I'cachy Esq.: at S lint knoix n to need a lengthened lr cri|>tii.n hera. The the medicine which he now offers'o the public, sad
1 Jane All persons who have claims againsthe publications. Marks and will attend to the Storing and racts that P< nsnrola is the largest naval l station of he wa: erred in very short time',.! f'er.is recovery -
I lat Mr. Lori with far set Piano Fortes repaired and tuned on reasonable forwarding ofSuch aitil.sa may Le assigned the Government; t the seneral rrml,'zvons of the hd bein pr-inouncetJ not only improballe, but
< tleraent rm and present thk r1nnko SIX Months after tho date hereof, we will injl lv P terms. His room is at the old Court House. to his care. Cy diligent! uttcutimi to his business i- Gulf Sxuadion; the salubrity of Us clim.uc; refreshed absolutely! impossible: by any human mean

him alone; al being inbe to pcrue p-\fuiea t the Honorable Judge of the County Conr'iefLeon t _TallahansPB. October 5th. 18311. 9lf. he hopes to obtain a liberal share of public constantly durln;: ;: the summer months by DIRE"CTIONS FOix USE.-Tlu proprietor of
1 1 ame. MICHAEL LEDWITH.; of County for Letters dismistory on the Es CAUTION.LL Patronage.: WILLIAM II. // S.t.Mo.ksItlyI9 ihecooesbroczesIrom ths Golf the beauty of the VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS does not follow the Leant
late the lalo Clinnt'lcr! A. Pcndlc on. the and the practice of the quacks of the
in
island mercenary
Bay neighboring
41 and rivers, day
p ItML LEDWITH continues bu&iness at theo P. KERR, I A1 persons are cautioned Dainsq trlJ il'g flolI : _
the abundance and of advising persons to take his Pills in
the Mdh large
I del.cacy wilh which quantities.
b B&nd. and daily expects a Fall assortment, R. Y. WKLLFORD: a note ofJmnd given by me to Daniel Came Charles S. Sibley the waters abound, and poxiiniiy: tc the best Southern N., good medicine can possibly I Ie so required.
he will able to faniUh his customers onthe June 16, 18"8.-45-Cn-s. Admi..i"trntor" gac, Thomas county Geo. for one hundred and I Iuity.five U. S. These Pills be
1 beet b M. L. dollars, dated the I2ih of October l--U, Attorney Middle District of Flo. nurkcts, give Pcnsacnl.i the pref rence oyer arc to taken at led time every Bight
terms. TO JLANTElt t'J'EHS his professional services all her in these latitudes for a week or fortnight according to :
t payable thirty days after date the consideration O as Attorney o: places as healthy and the 01'8tOl1:1oflhe
Tallahassee, Aug., 134.-_62-tf T TEEN Sets Cast Iron Segments suitable for which the as i and Counsellor n t Law, in the collection of delightful summer resort. diabase.! The usual dose is (rom 2 to 5, a.oding -
l
n Notice. for gin geararriv from the Baltimore fmn- ditonniucd note was givon has failed nn I am debts -c. in Mi.ldle 1-1 fid.'. He will attend nfl! First rate boats will mo between Pei.saco'a and to the constitution; of ihe person. Very del-!

t THE Copartnership heretofore existing in this I dyaflll fr.r sale by DETTON & FISH ER. iut to pay it. the -"OIIl'tS( in the 31ide!: D;:trict.OlKce ; Mtibii'e an'l will at all times be able to take tie .'- icte pen .n. should bc>inpatient with but two, and incre.se -

i .ity under the name of CANON &RUSSELL JuncO 44 TallahaB8ocNovcmticr3.1033.WM. CANNON. in Munroe Street, in the buillJing form-tly sergcrs from the New Orleans bunts. ns the nature oCthe case may rl''tuire; 111..
was dissolved on the 26lh of September last by the -- Notice. 13-tf occupied( by Win. Wihon, as a Dock Store. N. B. ARNOLD. more robust or cf very cosLi e habit, may begin

e death of Mr. Russell. All persons having dliml r W. CALLAAV. i.i my agent ii b %V-"TCJlES.JE\VELIt Ac. Tal.'alus May Ijtli. lb3S.: 40-if PeM.icol.1' Feb. I 13, 1838. 34-if with 3.and increase to 5. or even 5 pills,and they

against said partnership will present them for settlement JAMES all my business In Middle Flcridn. Tho mitacril'cr his just re NEW DRUG G"ntlJcn wisbingta ensa:c r.iomsf..r their fa- will effect a sufficiently happy chenge to t al persons indebtod will make pay- A. McNEILL. ,,: turnrd from New York, will, STORK. mi'ies, can aild.ea< the proprietor at Pensacola, in their further use. 'I h>se Pills somer..tsOCC:1sjolJ :

.4 meat immdiatoly to WILLIAM CANNON, JuneTth, 1838, 46 tf fi ": and handsome assortment TIlE subscribers have formed a coartnershtin ; Mr.Scwtll 1'. TayW! itt New Orleans, the former sickness nnd vomitingthough very seldom
a largo
.: g Surviving Partner. the Drug business, under the firm ot proprietor. unless the stomach is very foul; this,however, may
ta of tho above
NOTICE articles
Tallahasoea October l>t, 1B38. I I Wadtlcl, Randolph, & Lewis. References- Sandfrvd Esq Mr. C Cullum, M considered i\ favorable symptom the patientwill
; notified thot the firm of FACE 4 which ho to
\1 t.! DISSOLUTION.'rHE ALL persons.are is dissolved by the death Edward I: ;. : J 44t next expects week. Also open They have just received and nllw otier for ale,, McAlpin Esq.,Lieur.K-bby, >1,,bile-S T Toy- find birr self at once'relieved and by perseverance -
early a I
I'w' one dour north of Mr Bir:e's cloth? t'MalJi"h l'lor,_ P (lea New Orleai.s.COTTON will soon recover. TJiev aSIIIIUv operate within -
Co-partnership heretofore existing under Face, and that the business of the firm wtll be set large supply of Windsor Ri- I 10 or 12 hen's and
mcnt, on .Monroe street a-genr aal assorimrut i never give faiu: unless the
of
name of OCTAL & HCTCIIINS, is this day tied by the subscriber, surviving paitcar. w. Plated Ware, Sit. FRIH:: 'JRUG3 :MEDICINES i IVilNTf BROKERAGE towels are very much encumbered They betaken
pi dissolved by mutual constnt All proDs having DUNCAN BAKER. nov 3 FREDERICK TOWLE. OIL1, together with a variety of, and: td And Commission i U 0 r e h ant. by ihe most delicate females under any may cir-

demands against concern wi pent them to Cli.tttnhoochce. Oct. ICth, 1B38. 12-tf LAND FOR SALH- fancy naiislcs fur'.he toilet! Perfumery THE subscriber would inform his friends and nmstances't; is, 'however, recommended, that

.4&u. FOBMT DOVAL, who i uly to FOR SALE.OA HAVE a first rale tract ofland for ne.' lying I JH aiders from PhysiciansPlanters aiJCountry pul-lic in general],that he has commencedthe those in la'er periods of pregnancy,should take bat
all debts duc the And all
ill settle by those second hand PIANO for sale low. if early I on Alickasukie Luke Leon containing' I merchants, will be thankfully! received und fail'h- business of Cotton Broker and Commission one ata time and thus continue to keep the bowel

;; bt 1 iadebted will make payment A EX. FORMY to him. DUV L application is made. Apply tc AD. BOETGER. 6541} acres, 300 of wliicli arecleared,260 out fresh I fully attended IS-tfW. Mcirhant.in the City of New Yoik, snd is now- <.;icn : and even two m-ty be taken where the patient

:' W. J. HUTCHINS. Tallahassee, October 27th, IBM. 1 12JESSEJVCE and under good fencing also in a high state of cul W. WADDEL.J. prepared to receive; Cotton, and other produce' intended is very costive. One pill in a solution of two
: i lor this: market, which he will d of table full of water be to infant
Pcmi coiflP ND tivation. There i is also a first rate tract adjoiningmy I H. RANDOLPH. sposc rn spoons may given an
,i U Tallh". April ,3. IBM. :8t OF SPRUCE plantation of 428] a. rcn, 175 of which is cleared B. C. LEWIS. commission and flutters himself, ftut from lon in the following iloses: -a tea spoon foil every
d Q NOTICE, nnd under cultivation. Both tracts have several Acquaintance in the Northern and Souihcrn mar l\\"ft hours till it operates; for a chili! from one tu

NIX Mootlis after date I shall present my aej for "flaking Beer, never foiling streams of water running through NOTICE.HE :. kets, he sail beenablid to give utisfacriun tosueh five years old, half pill, tint from 5 tl 10,one pill.

ar>j counts and vouchers t the Hon. Judo or r With direction for we.-For SALE by them I would also sell with the land 10 negroes.Tliis 'U. aulbcriber informs his friends and the r-ulJ. as may feel disposed to h'troie him, not only in THE PHCENIX BITTERS, are so called, because -
Q County Court of Loon County, and pray foray r WADDEL RANDOLPH & LEWIS can bchad on good terms-apply to li*, th.it he has pure'ased the entire stock in the sale of their produce, but iu the investment of they possess tho power of restoring the expiring .
property trade of DUVAL & HUTCIIIXS any part or the proceeds, they order embers of health: lo a ;
as Executor of the estate of Ellis I !II. B. WARE.Mickai.ukie. I and the business will may or direct. glowing gOl'throughout
;. t1 n_,_._. ..tmm.rnim. niTRNpv.rv. Tallahassee' ,-June 30th- -, 18:8. 47tfNotice. Nov. 14tf hereafter be continued in his own name in the Same JUdTINIAN }'. DAVIS the constitution, as the PhcenU! is said to restored
---- .---- n -- -- -- -- 10. IrfZd.
----J'N. B L.gitee.n4uUruintercstid, in the store occupied by th-ra. He returns his thai.kj. tu No. CO, Water: Street, to life from the ashes of its own cl ssolution. Th-

are to put in their claims forth. Q IX months after date we wilt present our accounts TALLAHASSEEJOCKEY the public for the liberal encouragement he has received New York.REFERENCES. Phoenix Bitters are entirely Vegetable, composed of
te r"olo I and voucherstothe II on. the Judge of and he solicites! a continuance of the saaie. roots found only in certain parts of the Western
wit 1830. 4-6m the County Court Gudsdcn County, and apply I He has on hand nnd wil continue to keep a gel eral R. W. Williams, Sam' Reid Gov. Branch, Tnl-! cout-.try. which! will infallilly cure FEVERS AND
.p. ht to be discharged from the administration on the estate assortment of such good as ore necessary for the lahassee. Jus- Lanier. & Co., Quincy. J. B. AGUES ot all kinds ; \' never fat I to eradicate

loUc of Samuel Edwad,. deceased. town and country trade. He invites all those who! Collins, jfunticello. W. J. Uailey Magnolia. entirely all the effects of Mercury, infinately sooner
oadervi of Elizabeth RACHEL tnW ARI .J.lmr'x. have outstand.n: ; accounts previous to IdJi, to call W. G. Porter, ApalacUcola.! Crag & Duffin, St. than the most powerful preparations of Sar"araril.
1014 THE ,dec, hereby, gives notice that a the If'M. ll.LIUBI3JIRI.141rn'r. and settle the sa.ne. Ordirsfiom the country will /oaepli. !:3, and wilt immediatoly cure the determination of

net Opting r.r of Leon County Court, he wil July 19th, I83d. !5-6m be punctually a.tended to, and goods furnished at Ftb.3,1633. 2G-yl the BLOOD TO THE HEAD never fails in the I
rip finally selue his acounL and apply for his discharge the lowe m:rket [.rice. M.-kuess incident to Young Fenrales! ; and will I
a .aforesaid. NOTICE, The highest prices given for till kinds of country A CONTRAST. l he found a certain remedy in all cases of r.ervousdelii&y I

,4.t 1 PATRICK SMITH.BepL A LL persons holding claims against tho cptatoJ -- produce. ALEX. FORMY DUVAL. ALL nations, from the remotesta; ., have had : and wraknessrf the most impaired consti 1
1,1833. 4-lf I of Wan.J.V abon,dec. are requested to present Tallahassee, April 23, I8J9.: 3S.tf bat Columbus only found oat the way tutions. As a remedy for chronic and iuJlammAtory

tel ,", DISSOLUTION. them without daisy, as I shall present my vouchers CLUB RACES. to America. B. fore the lime oldie great Spanish Rheumatism efficacy of the Phoenix Bitters wtfl I
._c iee THE Co-partnership bertofore under to the jfpril Term 1839, of Jackson County fiE Annual Raves of Tallahassee Jockey LESLIE A. 1'1I0MP ON. nav!<:aorpe: <)ple wet e only enabled to paddle about be demonstrated by tha use of or.e bottle. Tho I I

_ 'i top the firm of DAVIS & KINDONS, eisip dialved by Court for a final ncUloment, and ask for a din- T Club will commence over the MARION COURSE ATTORNEY 8( COUNSELLOR AT LAW the hnrcs. Just *> with the Lite: .Vedicinep. It i itl usual dose of these bitters ;is half wine glass fnlfk
mutual consent charge from tho farther admin'ulration of said tho TALLAHASIKK, FLOKIDA. but twit shoitears since I first ventured up<>H an in water C'r wine, and this quantity may be token
: on second'ednc.ula.y in January next, and con-
JDj. THOMAS M. resu-iicd the .inkn'twn oce.tnrnJ I hutdiecnvcred two or three limes a day about half an hour before
continued at the old star.* estate. WHITE Sheriff. HAVING practice' profession Lhe precious
tinuo four
- iz T bna"i b and Adm'r Ez officio.Sept. dap. : his prompt attention to i'ny business object I was in bcarchof HEALTH. Vegetable! rr"als, or a less quantity mal be taken at all times.
: bf S3 J83d KIDO! 7 if 1,tn38. 4-lf 11 day. Wednesday, 9th-Eweep.tah, for 3 entrusted to his charge, in the Superior Courts of ll Is mc'licincs were indeed known when I commenced Totlu/se who are afflicted with indigestion after/
September old Coltl'-2 Inilo licuU. $200
1 Zie4 _. yaar Subscription ; Middle District of .Florida ar.d in the Court of Ap my search. Lul their use was not. By the use of meals, these bite-s will prove invaluable, as they
: NO"ICt. Foa[ SALE*- leven hundred and sixty acres half forfeit. reals. them, 1 havo not only passed from the dejected invalid very greatly increase the act'on of the principal viscera.
Land on the hesd of Black Creek, four Seven nul-srribcrs anti closed. Office on the south side help them to perf.rm their
to leave the Tern of Washington Square. to ihe hale, hearty and active man (business, fanctions.snd ena-
bing
THE,.ubib. persons having abut business with him hundred of which are cleared pnd in fine condition 2d dRY, Iliursday 10th-Jockey Cub purse Feb. 17. 1 1838 28 bulroinparotivcly speaking, I have renewed my ble th stomach to ilischarge into the bowels whatever -

will it with Gen. Loigh Read for crop; wilh a gin house, corn houses, Hab'ee! f 400,-2 mile heal. yinth. I can thu., wiih confidence n.y own ex- is offensive' Thus indigestion in easily and
: Ic'ae ed &annt. JOHN hi.aUlhori and quarters. Ibis tract ofLmd,distant 15 miles 3d clay, Friday, 1 Ith,-Jotkcy Club purse, f 1000 FURNITURE FOR SALE. perieme, advus with my fellow citizens. Does speedily removed,appetite stored,and the mouths

AVpL I 15 1837. lAVIB. from Tallahassee is of good quality and well watered 4 milo heats. TIlE Subscriber has in the render want proof that the VEGETABLE I tlieabsorlent vessels being cleaned, nutrition is
and in neighborhood. On it Second Race.-A Sweepstakes Iir 3 old store for sale a beauti facilitated and of
a good are secured year ful assortment of Furniture LIFE MEDICINES are suitable toh'own case? strength body and eaergy at
NOTICE. one hundred and sixteen shares of Union Florida raised ColtF,-1 mile heats-subscription SHihoards. Wardrole Table, consisting of Bureaus, I have on flue at my office, 367 Broadway, hundreds nvnd are the happy results. Fez further partico
McRAENT is authorized Bank Stock making payment easy to the purcha. $100-half forfeit.-Three subscribers and closed. Stands, Bedsteads Sofas*, La-IK-s Work of letters,from some .f the moat respectable lars ofMOFFATS LIFE PILLS.and PHG3NIX

be4J DArnEL settlement of the my estate of John agent Ta ser, and on the remainder a liberal credit {will be 4th day Saturday, I 12lh,-Proprietor's Purse, ,*, &c. &c. ,CIalu.;R. j.C'lIrled HACKLEY.hair Mattralgf citizens of this my native load, vrlumarily offered BITTERS, apply at Mr. Sloffat's Office, No. 367

dseeasedt in Leon County. allowed. F.'EPPES. $300-01)0) milo boats Three bent in five, Tallahassee, September 13th 1838.4w in testimony of the virtues of a A GOOD VEGETABLE -, Broadway New'Yorle, where the PilU can bo
a.. PHEBE TATUM Tallahassee, Nov. 9th, 1838. Utf Free for all ; agreeably to the ruin of the Taliahasssu MEDICI G. obtained for 25 cents, 50 cents, t r $1 per box ;

$ iji co4obir.1838. Admr'x. Jockey Club. Entrance, 10 per cent. Leather, L me, and Hair. Pei ins who-.e: constitutions have been nearly and the Bitters for 81 or $2 per botile-JCPNu-
: : v3 IMf SUPERIOR COURT, LEON COUNTY, THO. BROWN. Subscribers have constantly on hand a ruined by the "all infallible"! mineral preparations merous eer'.ificates of the wonderful efficacy of
THE
. "r' IXjk' Notice. Fall Term, 1638.. Treasurer & Proprietor. assortment of LEATHER I .suitable of the day wilt bear me vritnest, thnt the Lire Me- both may be there inspected,

4' in la Lton 8 Cottrt.-Middlt Dlttrictef Alva Spear fc Jonathen T. Patten \ October, I 12th, U3C. 10-tf for Gin Bands, Harness, Carriage Tops, Boo's nnd dicines,and such only, are the true coarse to permanent In some obstinate and complicated: cases of
pro Partners trading under the firm of / Shoes &c. Also a constant supply of LIME, and good health. JOH-VJHOFFAT. chronic nnd inflammatory Rheumatism, Lives
' n* Nov. TEa 1838. Spear & Pa-llcn. \ -Attch't for To Planters. HAIR, for Plastering: : All of which offer Complaints! Fever and Jgue. Dyspepsia, Palsy,
they
II E subscribe having determined to leavi low forcash Piles, injuries from the use of mercury quinine,
beln. )
Thomas i T or in exchange for
BrO vs |405 20100. hides, at their Tan
the of Florida, oBers his GENERAL REMARKS RELATIVE MOF- b.
c Cap' / Territory plantation Yard. BROWN & and o'her diseases of Long"standing: it kay
vs. JnChan- John D. PeaboJy. ) GAL RAITH.
yaL"
on Apa'acbicola' river.about eight mites below Chat. FATS LIFE PILLS AND PHCENIX found to take both the Life Pills and
Tallahassee ncc-sssry
An
# C, .. John LeudsmaA et .1. ( I Ith, 1838.
F.q ic Wil > eery TilE defendant and all others (interested will I tahoochee,formerly Mt. Vernon, it contains I 12 or l-tf DITTERS. the Pb nix Bitters, in the doses before recom
oracu made take notice of tho institution of this suit by attachment 1300: acres, about 400 of which are in a high slate These mcdicints have long been known nnd ap- mended.N. .

CX IMlkt .tb. name publication of John in the above and will appear and plead to the declaration I cultivation: it stretches least three mile* on JOHN C. JACOBI, preciated, (or their extraordinary"and immediate B.-These Pills and the Bitters will g-t all
of
4eJe4aatt therein Lal one the filed therein within the time prescribed by law. the margin of tho river of the richest canebrake.In FIRST PREMIUM powers of restoring perfect healthVta persona,suffering mercury out of the system infinitely faster than the

ibtrc fjui i it ,baring to (bD aiat1l omitted the L. THOMPSON,Alty for pJur. point! fer/ility the land is not to be surpassed, Cabinet Choir & Sofa Maker, under nearly every,kind of disease to which hast nr.mirAtinn> nf RaroAnflrilkt. and are a Cer

,. $Ui4 J Ippa inhabitant of this Tsrritorjr. October 15, 1 a'S8. l.3mNEW | equalled lathe territory ; on the premises is a Of New York.-lale! from Columbus Georgia. tho human frame liable. lain remedy for the'"rushing of blood to the heed

i, I0ib fy&Urea in the Slate of comQrlabletwo story dwelling heuse, on a beautiful I RESPECTFULLYinwrm'the In many hundreds certified instances they or all violent headaches, tkdoalvurenti Ac.-Al*

- 1 t U Uiarefore ordered that said defendant do GOODS. site one mile from the river, containing six fire citizens Tallahassee have even rescued sufferers from the very'verge persons who are predisposed to apoplaxr'palsy*

user the bill BTTHE subscriber has just received per schooner places, a spacious passage and well ventilated with and of the Territory of Flo. of an untimelr grave after all the deceptive not. Ac-,should never be without the Ufa 1 PiU lso1I,
&pei'a.M
ti CampUinaafs aeeording windows wild All out buildings trims of the day had ,oUet'', tailed; and to Bitters, for doaeIB time will JifieTi y''
the for Tuscavills,brig Stalin, and Nimrod from New necessary a __ _ride, generally thai he his many one save
fasti &lw.r of this b tatu eon. York,a full supply:of Groceries, Provisions. Dry good cotton gin and cotton screw, put up this monthan rt t ri permanently located himselfin thousands they have permanently 'eeu d that uniform equalize the circulation of the blood. aa& draw
t copy published
excellent spring of water at a convenient distance enjoyment of hrahh..without wh.ch !life itself all from the bead r stor* perspi/ n ; -
pressure
an4U. forh'eiom frabiitbed in the Goods, Hard ware;Bagging, Rope,Crockery Boots 1 the City of Tallahassee; ,
1 $ twwrpaper city from the house with honse is but a partial blessing. So great,indeed,haS their and throw off the> aUKr
good
a
by pores
of Talifbase*. tot,tons months .oecessively.Bi and Shoes, Clothing! Drugs,,PaJot*, Oils Iron and viih iron spring a horse ..,- for the purpose of manufacturing efficacy vrtrkbly aaa iarajlibty[ ,that avery. impurity
Order of his Honor JCails&e&c.which are offered for sale on mill eoggs, &e. A good bargain may be CABINET WARE, proved it: skin.
grSt THOMAS Flanters! very: had by early application and easy payments, aiy, in all!! its branches and has appeared scarcely lose than miraculous to those I
,. 'v : 1U1TDALLlodge. liberal terra and country Merchants are assures uri& WMe' .(niininlA_. <1 with.. tJ"A'. K/intAit1i. -U.:' uoaTiOricE: .
iv ana credit wunoui -- -- --- --- ---- -- -
interest watch
,
B. ."& to call and examine for themselves. ;.years I the : --.1 ro.
-i Clerk. requested -4. will cflabldtthe purchaser to make payments on the public that it will be to thoir advantage lonophital principles upon which 'they lire com. Pei'ioi;; .asing.tbeLiftMe4|* *e ar' a4niae4
&M4.If Oft"Itth, 1KO- 154fr 'L. A. MADDEN.8t I plantation. WM. TONEY. by giving orders hero instead importing work pounded, and upon which they consequent!) act'It to ItakA.the. PUS at aht,W*ickut i quantities 10W
.J ---,'- --:-:: Marks,October 23d. 1838. It I ,Nov. 10th 1638 13 4t 1J '" from the north;as the style and workm inship will. was to their manifest and, nsibi! action III pu'- operate two P?. U rea. WillS 4Jke,"x KW*JW..A.coursi .A
.JiK .To"ui lathe LolL. IA ---- not be excelled by any in the United States. rifTing the! springs and th.nner.'ofbfatid'fa. ornext.1 34wJske ;4 aoAt1

1 ( ,I "clL I PW&T 4.BARNARD ftr brine copt Eaton'i Life of Gen'l Jackson belong. BLANKS.Blanks" IA Those whonra in want of'furniture will do well 'Ing th'ro renewed tone aad tigo .;that-'tSef wpre, oft;t flhtrs hqUi *t9iChe1.r5'
- General Assortment of, printed no not to order from the northj; as the subscriber will Indebted for thefr name,whieh+it'bttiawe 1 sfsbtcCitsts&u4o
I--'n: ;W'dt of the tenioi partner all ,log to Col. Robert Butler, has either been tot good paper, (or tale at this Office. : bs able to supply all demands.upon tho honest no thorn ii the spontaneous requet ".' alindiricttiali upon. For tho.ioQr: be.ox iahIcrestd:

'. are ,requested to make or taken bj some person from the residence', the Justices. Executions; Blank Deeds, tll&. 1.11 '- I whose lives they had 6bvibu>ljr' fTcJ.( ; heittlslsabove may raluable'Hadiciaes! Tire for 3.*
. |
l setes1alL.ksvageWms! wIll .obxcTtbf. Any one havingt\he tame in their Summon '- Bills or'Salt :a.rereDeGOl'
possession '
-, CallRJ: Ulckl _, .E. Lock- The proprietor rsjoiceilfl t1a bpP->ttrrriiy affot- in tbir Gi 'a4DDELIR&NDOLPfl
'Y'T-tw. 1 will confer a favor i>r rctmtiiBcrit. 8ubpena..fetorn..,'.DedarnlionnWarrnnti ran R. Havward. W. H.Brodie, Ctpt; Brown,' .ded by the aniTtrxaldrilbtfe*of tlie dilly m.fjr; f +L&WIL as.,
:-j .t ..."4.J.D.lr. SortMn! ) Partner. : 0 '-WM. P. DuvALl U Alat n.Cof'ffk
: Rcconrrftnctf ; ; Breden r',Wm; LeW; CM placing hi VEGETABLE'LITE PILLS within A1se.se Lir1
II ', \ ''tH 1838,. 49-tf Tallahnisen.,O-.(olxr iTlh, 1833. jtti '&,t. &i. Ac. Ac, L IVIR.. .J" -,' 'i. lh. knowledg ahd .acboCtverf Individual in the 4111ft.(

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