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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 12, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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: i 5--- ., the time the charier' aaae41'T'
iiiiiTFFor LdNDI -I wss. :.
I' Sale.17ILLbe JB. BULL CO. Have just received From the St.Joph'Times.DEBATES tvholft country was enberneJ'uI '
ship Geneva and other arrivals Mr. Baltzell,1 Jackton, addressed tbConvention. Florida. ,It .
I
i> central canoot be
I cold to the highest bidder, on the the necessary Sir, for me i distress existed throagboiif .tibea jj jS. $"
in January next. in the town I KBS.irtmeni most fa&hiunaMe Bt yle (>f bluu He advoca'.ed the principle o(! to point out to you :ha ill fated isle of St. .
black brown ed edit and available of
nnd
ml fancy Cloths,Cass jneres, resource* our peop.
: The
of Land a majority. member of the ;
hundred and acres IN THE Lepisla.
;QI' r.two forty FestinsR &r. which they would be pleased to makeup Domingo,bordering on your coast,yet amok- were exhausted-the harpies of the taw went.
.IC waters of Rocky Comlon, Jjoininjr: the I for their customers. They having been &elrctcd CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.MONDAT live Council. as also the members of the! !ng in blood and ruin, or to the recent change fit

sis of Mfljor Cor, known is of the tbe McMillan itSaock with great care from the Jatett New York Impor. body in which be had the honor to hold a I io the domestic relations of the population of ready to pounce upon, ur .Citi8QSr, ..J.
hundred acres tract however industrious and economical t8 biix
Aboot,the one 1I1DCe fine land, well watered andIInli tations, cannot fail to pl.'asc the most fact!'ion t.RE.4PY Dec. 17th, 1S3S. seat, had been elected uuler that Byatera, the other Went India islands to warn you ol able to'stand under the of.the .

for eiltivalWH the titles will be good, MADE CLOTHING. The house went into Committee of tbe and why (he asked) should not the same tbe danger to be apprehended a ;foreign up pressure .
sale. Superfit! Dark, blue,and fancy colored drab tunes. I remember air, when it wa* first
the of coats
known on day rule the election
whole
5 to
Governor
nude the apply ? In influence
term* ALEXANDER LOVE. Frocks da.Superfine. upon Report of the Executive here. I am in favor Sir, of the nr- annoonced, that the President of the Bank
black brown drab Committee ; the 4th section of Kentucky this principle had ever been adhered -S tide as originally if that T
3:40. C. LOVE. blue, MId mixed stud report toported, cannot be had effected a negotiation of million of
9 i838 20 3i Tru'-tfel' OvrF-i.-o.its, Pilot cloth, do. Beater do. Mohair do. being under consideration, upon the amendment to, nnd the citizens of that atnte, had obtained, I shall vote for the amendment of dollar a ; .
Dee. All hearts
and "
were gladdened
Blanket -
do. rI *
offere'l by Mr. Read never found any difficulty in settling the from St.
l'nOVISIONS.JUST of Leon, which uponan gentleman Johns.
Fine Mack 'lief
and in
scattered
Pants fat
CUM. Fancy colored do. I even anticipation bleated
rrcomdfrjiuNew O.'lcans.ISMIbs. Buk-.Kin Plaid,& Uiblietl do. Spangled Doeskin do. proposed to strike oat the words : occupant of tho Gubernatorial chair. The Judge Reid, of St. Johns, seized upon the influences ewer tbe l land:I remember 7

B .cnn 8iJell. Common Cas. do nfn'.l colors, fine blue,mixed, The person having n majority of aIlt the perano receiving the greatest number of votes doctrine advanced by the gentleman from how the farmers flocked to'Tallahassee ,. < ,.
snd
JUDO Ibs Canvassed Hams. ami Fanry Sauirett do.KcutU' ] votes, shall be Governor, but if no one took the oath of office and forthwith proceed Jackson, (Mr. HaJtzell,) namely, that We -
4000 Ibs. Ni w O.kanl Sugar. 'ky J..mis d,>. shall per- to the discharge of hi functions. He the fresh impetus that was given by tbe. mean
son have received high should "
of the
not beaten
: a majority of all the go out track as
20 l.bli Rectified WhUl.ry. Double an-J ; of tbe Bank internal '
single bica d Clot'i vests: to tmproveiaeut, to
Fuper-
5 do O'd Mononrhhel. fine bl-irk silk Velvet; do. Plain black: nnd blue: :a. vote, then the Geneial As embIy, I ly joint farther urged, that the system reccnmmended well calculated to fortify his own measure. agricultural and commercial pursuit. Gto.

10() do U'tkteni F 0:1r.: tin do. Fine finreddo. fancy figured do. votfl, shall elect the. Governor from the three itself to the convention from its pure The old republican track has ever been that tlemen have tbeaethi

10 do New Orleans Muasi: Co'orrd Valentijs. of superior quality, Fancy ; highest candidate," democratic simplicity. If he could not get in which the peuple have travelled and borne forgotten p.'U4taeinow
I turn in their and seek
*J krJS Lanl. Silk do.-do clmh 'eh.Lt.-F.tIr fancy Tbihei',- And insert the the amendment offered by he gentlemanfrom and tbe prosperity to
following-: mway glorious sound which baa
10 bags Lnguayra Coffee. coo:eJ silk V'h.etF.mcy ftpurcd do.-superiurqua.ity "The having the Leon. then hr "ouU an f.r .i.- -I..t;- 4-- .z_,. ,_.1_... OIt VIR m t roneu destroy that instjtutioq.yhtrh avd.fh uwuw ___ .
Jow for cash. and latrt-t person highest number of f pie. An is
Which are offered style rut silk Velvet do. opposition arrayed here again
P. H. SWAIM 1,1\- Co. A mpericr quality of Ladies Cotb: Merino, votes, shall be Governor, but if two or more lute proposed by the gentleman fiom St. along hat path, has echoed and reechoedthe Banks as if they were dangerous onder

81. Marks PC-. 26th IBM. 21 if Thibet, and Damnsk'CI-mkb. shnll he equal and highest in votes one of Johns, but in any event, h* stood opposedto virtuous sefiiment, vox popvli on de. to the interests of'the any

'1'iiR Eli NEGRUES Childrens German Jackets and Pants. them: shall be chosen Governor, by the carrying the election of Governor into Mr Chairman, (said Judge Reid,) we have management body
-
Merino Cravats, black: Italian silk do, superfine vote of both house" joint the legislature. heard much daring thi, discussion about politic. Look, sir, at the raft' oa the river .
.
AT AUCTION. twilled dj.L'nncn Tutu, where stood erect m all their majesty
ILL bt sold at Pub'.ic! Auction to thr highcn and elk Pocket Hundkrrcliii-f-. Mr. Read, of Leon supported his motionto Mr. Ward, of Leon entertained a high popular tumults, anarchy confusion.et cetera the emperors Napoleon and AIexs.nder.cros-

\7 bJtJc.eron Saturday, 12th day of January15sixtyth1ree COlton nnd woolen .!lil IS and drawers. Cloth) do. strike out, upon the ground, that in respect for tbe opinions of the honorable but sir, believe me, popular excitements are sing their swords in the sun beams'of heaven
as likely"JVEGKOLS as the Trrnlory Boys doCiiildrcnsdo.. there case gentleman from St. Johns (Judge Reid.) and not always dangerous and unfavorable in
aflord,24 men, 19 women, and 20' cluldicn, Oakland$ Phil addplm is* mllb wpurr.ne Boots. were several candidates for the officeof requested to differ with him but must accord their effects the and on that cross pledging seventy million'
wt of this Gang 55 were lorn aid: raised in the Fine s:)Ik Umbrellas.Ktgro Governor, undue influences might he on l contrary, they are frequently of subjects, to crush tbe united kingdom of

Tirritory, and the balance tare been lieie i h.o clothing .fnll Hc-cripiios. brought to bear upon that election. He said his support to the proposition of his colleague like Ihe storms in nature, which serve England and Ireland-but that government

jars. 'i here are amonr them two first rule dri- Buckley's superfine PiiilaiJelphia: made fjihion- that he had copied his substitute verbatim et from Leon, there waR manifest objections ton to purify arid sweeten the air. feeble in comparative number,
S'.onc MasL-tn Team Shoe able Fur }Iats. sl"heme'hich would render yet fftrong
Carpenters, .u, two elections The question was then taken the
fen literatim from
..d Harness makers house Fervants, Cooks, Mens fine silk, "'o.ilcn, Merino: nr.d Coiion! TIN the Constitution of Alabama, nere.sary instead of( one, at home he was adoption of the fourth section amended upon in resources hating at ha bead Lord Cu-
\f.t berslrlliers. &c. Terms one-thiid cash am4nro t lcrJ'. which had been spoken of in terms of high as llereaghthe hen Premier) open the ranks of
: imtalmcnts with interest from datrIt Lumen Collars nnJ n"t"mll." Admiration on that floor, and he thought it considered to be a thorough going democratand and carried in the affirmative. their Treasury Banks. These.
together
J. IJACKLCV.Tillabausee BIO, sufficiently recommended itself to the Consi with the Meet the muscle and the
Dec. 22, 183?. 20 -it flS of nil dcTipti_ ."... 17 tf. deration of honorable were to b. avoided as they tended to In the debate as to tbe consideration of chivalry
members and furtherhe of battled
England the
15. The above ale >B postponed until Satnr- L.n\v ; excitement. successfully against
ri. Partnership.THU ngttation.parly epiritand Equally I'sundry Resolution Banks
would add. that relating to &c.on .
a question of' this columns and combined"navies of
imposing
fcthe 19th Inflt. R. J. II. Liw 1'ur-ncrihip: htruolore cxstng; be. upon
he the other scheme
was averse to a motion Mr. Mr.:
repor by Long to Biltzell of
.f''n WM. P. DUVJL an.l the Hono.able1MCIIAUD sort he was decidedly in ftvor of the voz France and Russia. It was then, sir. that. -
LA\' NOTICE.f7"M ted by the committee, Sy w bid it was proposed Jackson, Mr. Baltzell 5Jid-I1e was inclined
C. ALLEN, has li-tn di-sltu by thap.uIntai populi bearing uncontrolled sway. :- the banking system and the credit
II. BUOCKLNUR'JUGII, Attn ncyf & Unitid. to give the election to the legislature to favor the 'system
the :
. mId .
in, t tales nflhrl latter, proportion of his colleaguefrom"
, Mr. Allen the of
Calhoun. lever
f C uuse.roratLaw\vill; piaciKcln ilie(o.rts sustained the clause proved Archimedes living
I n.J JuJg oft Jiujieiioi Couil for Florida.V'm. ; i'in certain (asel. lie thought that the Jackson
orrranl.hnalhou"BI Ja-'l Gads- us found in of : experience county, as being more ape- which sustained small bat 'uaie4 ;
L s> n, \ iUVL.. &. W.n. II BROCKEN11UOUGH origin report the committee. principle a
i dcs and Ll'on countiesand the C,>uri of A 1'1'.I. arenowi o iaic.1 zr p \rIlICI s in thiipra He said, it was tru lint some of the New I Florida( not to go farther, would I cific! on the subject of the Union Bauk. He nation against an armed world. The bailing "' .

, e!idence.9pahicfiic'a. t ooCt of Ltw. Tii fir-t t(- 1\0' I, Jh'JS. 14-lv .. 1 'hs'| .. a of Legislatures to courses which were charter of that Bank .
ti J > f
't.' i' at 1Wo" t Ap -al ( in-b. W II. p. ] : ; particularly that feature -
election referred civilized nation ]
the have
VI.o-cH.U rIU... .. lJuval] wi t i 'u-id :hcc"isrl Appeals an, the Su. question back to the tint acceptable to the people! at large. lithe : wbir-h makes the Territory the every at some period
lIE urdfr i in i ./. iFe. people, but he wts: in fivor of the Governor I principal, or other been the stay and bulwark of tber
., Co-partnmhip liereuili-re exiting I' nor Kiurts < on, O'I. G.td.ell.: J vote WJH tive voce this liability would be lessened I rather than tho security, on the Bonds. Does
. _- the film of HA It LEY and GURM.4N is :Un.i and CaU.i'Un Count e.t... Hrurk'1I1 l.r..nk-I' being elected by a majority; of tbeo'a of hut would still exist from I the people among which they were located. It
\ tbll! day dissolved by mutual consent. All! businessofMid'ftrm will atu-nil the oourt o! Appe.iN i\i, d the ; el or I the! peopV; and in case there siioulJ irise opnonuniy j Territory receive the money negotiatedi not, sir, for the Union Bank I hazard little
k will be Bottled l by W. P. GORMAN Ct-unso' .lucks u. I'rankl n. C ,lhrun and Le.counties. D I tlie any personal influences and party organization. i t by these bond-sor is bhe in any way benefit- in that this
whIJ Iii duly authorized to settle thesame. "'wll. 1. DUVAL dispute as to candidate chosen, lIe was I. The grand argument against the amend-|1ted by the sale Not one dollar, sir, from saying Convention would never
to refer the decision have been held. You and I air indebtedto
willing the
P. II. 11ARLY \\ JU. il.BROCKCKBROUGII to legislature, are
1 mrnt now proposed by the gentleman from all her responsibility, into the Treasury.
No. 21 I 1838-tf H'm. P. GORMAN. Nov. 22d. 1;33. IG-Cm I Iioticc. the members of which were the immediate Leon goes that institution foi our seats oa this floor
was that it occasion for the 'It"c- There has been
P. S. The bueineM will be routined *t the old I representatives of the people.Mr. gave nn unequal division -for it is to the timely aid she brought iota
lion to the Gubernatorial chair of a candidate between the Bank and the
- where .. of roods 'te Territory. The
Kind a general : tiitment mnv pet ont indebt- ic DANIEL .McREANYthe I I.lur.img McCants of Jefferson the Territory that Florida is made able to
.und at all time"Wm.. P. GORMAN'. I ALL >e: r 183';. amid the firm of McRAENY was of opinion who ought Inve received but a small por- former i is entitled to, and draws the moneythe assume the and of
'. that nn individual occupying Gubernatorial tion of the entire of the and uho expenses responsibilities
; MU11CC.A I aid H U F.S dun : the y.ars 137 and vote elate, latter bears the liability.

GENERAL mcetirp f f the st.cl holders of '3s are nv.ificd that inn rd ute pn\nn-nt mu..t be I chnir by right of a minority vote, might be personally unacceptable! to a great And what equivalent has Florida for assuming State Government. I repent again, that the

the Union Bank of Flor. 8, will l he he'd' at nikde to the subscriber' who is duly culhoriz-d} tf I Irrceive would sit there' with extreme uneasiness. He majority ot'the poopl-. lie would net stop a debt ? The Union Bank is ready and able to secure the
so enormous pri."IIp.ge
their Banking House in the City If Tala! 'Ia 'l'e on the KlIm! FRANCIS IIAWl. contended, that it was a fundamental poor Territory against loss on her Bonds, nine
principle here to show that this beth of >
WHS more to
Dc 1. HU8-tf apt electing now five Directors in this
fiMtMondiy in Director millions of dollars in
the next could not
February to appoint of t democratic form of gold, purfmM
government, that before tht Ltgislatuic he would ask Bank and the
case distant
for theenuiii year am' foro ber purpoies JVotico. possible benefit of reaping the and held the
the ohnuld rule.! property mortgaged to, by
JOHN TARKHILLCashier- t P LTUM1.tSTRS at the s-il.s i.f (r.c Estate majority The motion that however of the gentleman by what process one half of the profit of the institutionafter Bank and whenever claim of the

Dec. 82 1838. 2iif DrutyVitiiani9, dcoen .c.l, a-c hr eby notified a minority should govern belonged exclusively I of reasoning they arrived nt the result, thatin all its other liabilities are removed. a Territoryor '

NOTICE ,:: j i: tb-tt their notes arc f"po..ilcd :n tie Union Bank and peculiarly' to nn aristocracy. lIe declared I a popular election, the highest of five or lathi* fair, is it just, sir! And yet, by these indemnity on her bonds is properly presented
fr it will
be
THE .\rtn'r hip hrr-toforc I xi ;ti'I'g under ;i DJC.rol.octu.n TOM PEl'ER CHAIRE, himself ftrongly in favor of the original six, or mote candidates, was the moil un- Uettolutione, we do not to violate promptly and honorablymet.
I-tf GREEN II. CHA1UES propose .
ofTAFT. : 1
finn HOLT & CO., at St.
report.
acceptionable to the people voting the the of
or cither the Bank the
rights .
I F.xrrutots or People.It
Marks, is ibis day dissolved l'y rnuiuil con-sci t | ____ Mr. Reid
4.11 persona having accounts, +.. with Find Finn, i\ V A LCAliLK CITY PKOPElFfV FOR responded, he thought the I resumption was directly otht"rwise-.uch i$ offered, sir, to leave the disposal of this In the debate of the of the Executive
Ire requested to settle tl.em with G. G. Ildlt and t 8.4 J.E. amendment offered by himself, fur better i an instance might occur, but itI'us illegal delicate question to the wise deliberate action CommitteeMr. report -

George Millerof(aid firm, who are duly Builiuiised ValuaL'e Pmpcrty siuiated Monroe calculated! to secure the popular will tban the and unsafe to argue from a .possible mKluncu of Cougresd. They are removed from S
ctoletbenmS Tr 11 THAT Westeott said, he was opposed to the
and
to original further
at the S"ulhVest tO ner of Washington ; he contended that precedent to a general principle. our local interests and prejudices, above the
G G HOLT.MIU.EK. report so far as five actual residency t
GEO: kquaie is offered at private _aft:e. Then established his principle beyond the The plan proposed in the amendment of I i fJu'Jt d" u Jty diti iQ..qd wjllJ years .

-- --.r.'I..JmIp. ''''' ?.'>._' i _\i;!_cUn____. __n-__arc-._.-._.__Bt_.._prcito-. '*'"'*'' T: T3avli< power <(rootroversy. If, said he, this priniind .hi ; R J 1 ..A.t Sga .
t THE Buniness will in faiuie bc arried on under mau Print"g OTice, thi U. S. Quarter :iaTCT.Gfo. outIi-e'iiTh1eSwcmTh \ '"' '."."" "' 1. a f1r- .iIIp 1Ifitce guartl D tTd'jfY ff t 't'f&'hb or. wfH .]'re; ;-12ett.r 4Wtjuri fMd-tcIs

the D1flS of Ho"i 4- Miller. G G HOLT. & F. LineburgCr.81d; J. ? Berthe'o'teIsq.I same good system of pound and wholesomelaws. 1 I I this iuhjecl by early impressions, and the people and the obligation of contract from emigrating to your stale. I am fixing -

FUR GEQ iLL:\1ILL'.R.b jriblem The\ Kitu}iti- PityApply.n fur business;' is on"W M.of P.tll.UUVAL most eol-, lie argued that the term highest could I strong attachment to the place of his birth. Mr. Long was induced to offer his substitute the term of actual residence to three

Pl.oA1\.1'A'l'I\Jl' Nov. 10-14tf| Att. in fact of Dr. Ch i. Hi'r. as well be applied to majority, as the term But there was no state in tbe Unon where not to effect vested rights or to injure yeau -that is long enough. The Chair-

ILL lie Offered nt PuMic! in the SaK on of the T 11 il- i r; Law Notice. 1 plurality, in Upport of which he read from timer breathed a purer spirit of republicanismthere the institution, or stockholders in the Union man of the committee, 'had at the time he
fv 9. City <
1dny of January, > I.
Uliiu e that valuable tract of,Lan
I Townihip. Section f.ur, uu.l part of Section five I j jHtnjted THOS.clice in all the Cnti-n of.\lidJIO, F-orj- Woodward, of Jackson, agreed with liberty diffused influence more benignly than to so worthy a portion of bis fellow citizens, residence in her limits, and yet, sir, I must ;

five mie! (r..m Tallalrasee, contHinine i d*. The drawing of Heed, Bon,Js, Mraze.t: the from Leon (Mr. Read.) He i I the slate Kentucky. lie cve his cordial or compromiting any action of this bouse, do him tbe justice to siy, be was thought to

I 1120 acres of Land. The tract I as all ot 200 j I I an.l l .tlier legal tnMrnnn' nts promptly ntto.)d :d l to. gentleman to the amendment of his collengue. the honor of our local government. All that be at least well acquainted with tbeinterests
cleared Land first new Screw nnd .% acres of a rate Office ii ih arne r"
I 31r. of St. Johns, said the gentleman these Resolutions cantemplalr, (those offered of th 3 Territory, and fully competent to foster -
Lfvy,
Running Ge.-r and from its fine Suru Q Waier l, under the Union Bank. I INivembr of Governor to the Legislature, and eiy
be ted 163R.18A who had just taken his seat, has made by Mr. Baltzell and myself.) i is to sub- aid protect the same.
and hca'thy! location ;t is i ot to sarpa in 28 h __I pressed his partiality fur the prevalence of
alue I'jr any tract of its ize in the country. All Teacher Wantei, I the popular nil). u declaration of hid democracy to this house. mit the whole matter to the superior wisdom Mr. Duval said.Vhether, the member from

J those ho wish td purchase ran loon satisfy thfinI trti tees ofth;: Pleasant Uroe .:nd. my. It i'n a word full of music, and falls delightfully Congress, to ask them to revise amend, Leon intended his remarks for what be considered -:

J, b'.lves of its va'oe\ by rdmi: over the trac THE i d irolls of engaging the service of some I Ig'nt'emin Mr. Anderson, of Escambia, was astonished on American ear. But Mr. Chairman nnd annul the charter of this great Bank, soar .k or gave them as a compliment!! "
W. P. CRAIG.Dee. CkssiIeni should much every
18384dmini tmtor ofT. F. Ash posscPBlng' a good E.ngl',1J and I that gentlemen express so I confess that I &m somewhat at a loss as the interests of the people may demand to him, he would leave it to the opinion of
IS ,
I I of aid \dmy as election
Ed'nation, to take charge horror at the idea of giving the of:
: call which is so people- and our previous obligations may al the house. intended as a compliment be
! V. OERARDINDMINISTRATOR I cerly! a> p''lile. For further information, Governor to the Legislature, in case of a tie *to dtfine a democracy,
of the estate ofT. G rar- upon the mbtxri er at Irs rest lenrr I loving ot homo find so eager on this floor, to. ow. J am in favor, sir, of the rights of must decline its acceptance. It was more

A dm, Caving sold out the entire xtork in trade j W. II. CASSELS, Secretrry.P.easint before the people. The Legislature, he make a popular election out of' the hands of Corporations; but I nm an advocate of the than three years, if not six, after I came fo

t't Mess I* Bryant and NuUz, xvhc wilt con*inu. ai : : Grove, P (.atur Co. Gto. j said, was nn old, long-tried, and well established the People I Lelievu ij that democracy still higher rights of the People. Congresscan (hid territory before 1 bad been able te acquire -
the old Stand, respectfully informs all those prnnns i Dec. 8t'' '1838 {, system and one, hft thought in which
this this between of the wunUof '
watches let! tot rl.'f.air,1) -- I winch makes the ducidcd and expressive settlw matter controversy even a general knowledge J
who have or jevkrlrv themselves confidence
any hLCm\LIb NOTICE: the people reposed ,
that they will find them e.y cal in: a' ire s"n-e Jiubiciilcr having In-en duly oppomted; I and besides the randiJjto receiving the high voice oflhft people supreme. And I do be. the Banks and the people with a the scattered population of the countr).

place, where al'o All thone "lilt have arTflTrs to lUawill I THE, cuvtr; of the Court of Chancery Leon last ievcSir, that when there i is a mis-election, more becoming temper with more light nnd Its resources for years were bat little known

pleaae call u-ion F. (cr rdm. who will Co':ntv, .Midd'c\ Dix'rict "f Flonda: in tl e ta.e of est number of votes might at prove toe he ivhofa matter should\ be referred back to experience than this Convention. I shall and yet ke done as much in exploring the
continue to keep kii office thre.jiowmder23th. : .'. ratrii of 7Fm. Center \11 the minority candidate, for out of 40,000
IS Mary"C- 11.r.' .1 .nU's the not attempt to enumerate the severaJ provi country and hunting out its settlement and
peo'pl*
1638 Jim John, B. Keen hereby iH" ".tice to al l.p mon votes ho might receive only 11,000 and )ei
,
I Mr. Woodwo/d of Jackson, said he differed sicns in the Union Bank charter, that I con resources and providing for its citizens, a*
I>. AUSTIN & CO.WOULD i, ind'-titcd to tin: laiC firm of Center tn I Keen, on according to the Constitution of yllnbama,
the citizens of Tallal'aae I Po -.tltrwl".e' that they with the honorable gentleman from St. sider dangerous, and proper to be amended. most officers in his situation. He bad no
inform N. IC, B Ilid, ik A' (tlu.t.r !. which hid been quoted hf re. he would be the
,that they have taken lh. store '! are n-quired t>> r nke :mnie4iatipay:ren to thr I Johns, List up. He teo might i vaunt hi* demoerricy That referred to by my colleague from Jockson claim to, and did not merit so flattering a
Mr. A. cited the of
on Jtfiin Street,lutey! Oi'Up2fd Ly D. C. \\ 11"n, !|1 inbicri'ierwuly-ai.d notice IS H!1110 given tn a t per- ( Governor elect. case but he would spare the house *o in which the Territory is bound as compliment, if sn intended. I am unwilling

EM.where they ore row opening a complete aswment I':, sins xrh m an IW. or was at time time IIf the death I Gov. Kilner'd election; in Pennsylvania, in lecture be would much rather principal for the debt of the Bank as an anoma as member of this body to consent that anyone
of Rich WA CHES, Jewelry. Silver of W. Center in iHpsssBion of any gft" 's, wares, proof of his last assertion, and declared him- ungracious o ; .
and Plated Ware, Cu'le y, Fancy articles, *e. merchandize, notes, b and; bo-kii of account, or any elf in favor of the section as reported by the aid in that sort of legislation whieh would 1 Iv in the law securities. The part who shall rule over its people, 'who, Jaur act
they can bpnrrhascd < to the said tbo dcmocracy receive the money-all the benefits-is the them for the last five
which the)" offer on at good tcftn as other pml arty wba'sne'er. belonging have a tendency to. protect been among years,
in this etunlry.Pcreonal firm, that they forthwith del'uer uw same t., th'undcrsgfl(4 committee.Mr. against their own excesses. Sir, what security, while Ibo people of Florida, who even at the risque of losing all the Stkst
attention given t) Watch repftina, ; in obedlcnce 0 the olll.r of Court.WM. Westcott, of Leon took the ground,
receive dollar from the sale of from Leon will
will acheive by sending an are not to one that the member supposes
aesurc .11. UILLI.8RD, good purpose you
they can
which from long expsrience in event to refer
> that it was dangerous any the a moment their Bonds, are the principal. emigrate to this land, sfypu only
public will be dOD in first-rate mnnner. They Dec. C. 1835-18 _Hec<'rer- election back upon people at certainly
due attention io he election of Governor to the Legislature. chat- Theme i is another feature which I consider this feature of constttatienfaad
Batter themselves that by given IN JUS$1CE5 COURT, i when the blood i'u hot-the political change your j
tutmess with a desire to please, to r rem a share Magnolia Di.trict, Leon Coun )..- t'achmcn: Ho urged first, that it would have an injurious dron boiling over and reason running wild objectionable. It is that which provides, make three instead of five years, the ter9 of

rf the public patronage. 838. I I" for &ill 50, i i' ued lit December, 183"Ah'gah eflP-ct upon the Legislature itself, subjecting upon the billows of passion Better far to that the mortgages given by tbe stockholder., residence. For one, I do not court. cock 1
Talabas.ee1Noctinber17, 1 Hall \!. Edward L'.OX81. the members to the liability or corrup- the Hank and the if the r
: refer the subject to the reprc'entativelofthe should be given to not to selfish and ambitions aspirants, coir 'j -
co.jriRMImH.vJ : 1839. to Jusu:e Byrds
Returnable 12ia January and second that it wo ntered into partnership ion, people who have taken their seats, under the obligor of the Bond. This he objected to, desire to remove to Florida rest on tbebope' J

under E Subscribers the firm of have J. B. BULL 4- PO and Court. dcfendanU and all others intcrceted. in injustice to the people, out of whose high sanction of an eith, calm and collected because the Territorial Government, whichis speedily becoming its G
will carry on the business of MERCHANT TAILORS THE case will take notice of the jimstitutiOImot ; hands the electrons should never be taken. and in a fit mood to do justice to the peo- t the principal] obligator has no controlover such forward and selfish impeded pre- J

both in this .place and the city of New the above lu'it by attachment, and are required law.AhIIGtLI lie differed with the honorable gentlemen ph,. the mortgages. The Bank may trans tensions, will meet their .caftiift rewd.' S

York. Arrangement Cloths have l ecn, C3.made im..r.for',a Vesting eon-- ,o appear and plead to the rame t1'cordnu hALL to fiom Calhoun, |fMr. Allan,] he consideredthat Mr. Helljiny Jackson, said, Mr. Chair-S fer them, or the mortgagers may, by paying I\ disappointment. The member from Leoa. 'is f* **

MOt., etc.and and full supply a large assortment of Ready tilde T.11 II h a-set, 1J.C' 'r. 183. Planiif.:: measure most unsafe, which of went their to depi man, since the matter under discussion has, the obligation ot the stockholders, which theyarc too dangerous; conscious of his i own ,Hgfc m

Clothing, and thy are now prepared to accommo- 1H-6C: .._ ive the people of any portion just been narrowed down to this, that we are t
date their cuiiomera and the public, in any article Mr.\ PVPAllTli J S rights, and to accumulate legislative power, select between the solu'ion of the gentleman Banh. release their properly. In this awy |: of his complete ability to play'the pwt of _

culled lot in th ir in line.New York One of, *tbe ill enaUe partners them, to Caro'ire Ad-ms peiition > Leon County COOl.f. power, said he,*is' always stealing from the from Leon, and the amendment offered i the Bank, by her own act, might prevent the j Governor with wisdom integrity and rtual _

locate Wade residing alt orders promptly I find on the n ol yea for Dower. ) the films of aid many to the few, and its monopolising tendency by the gentleman from St. Johtrs, I cannot 1 brneficut operation in behalf of the Territory dignity be estimates others by hsa .;:
of watched with the __ _
aonable terois. J. B. hULL, TWJOTICE\\k is for hereby dower given in the ca'ate of John) J. should be sleepless hesitate one moment in adopting the latter.S of the provision or the charter, which uncommon qualities and powers. The .' :

HENRY WADf 15 .. l'etitinn tl1atthe s.ime will he heard and eye of vigilance. He adverted to the first I should. Sir'deprecate the election of Go-. require that.the Bank shall pay the Bonds. ber from Leon will not take offence at'1Iil,;

Tallal.Msee- N... 171838._ __ delet Ada,i,3.ciec.aod mTtifled at the next M arch Term of Mid Court election of Mr. Jefferson, and pointed out the to vernor, by a bare plurality of voter, at one TAft result would be, that from the improvident public opposition to his amendment. ;, 1. -

JEW GOODS It'x friends and ccordmjr to law.Noveml.criKd.lS33.. tht gentlemen, the narrow escape which of the greatest evils which could be entailed I management of the Bank, of its extravagant be. by chance should fail in. his object,
nwtire u )6-4
TUP ubcrjbcr thai gives he has taken the store on the country made at that time from destruction,'uponfus. Look, Sir I beg you one momeniat i'C5u.*, the Government must necessarily will admit he deserves thanks fjjf bjgrotvir

corner opposite public of, Messr?. Gamble & Reid, where 1'RtjfEES SALE.: io and animadverted forcibly, upon 1h. dangerous the geographical situation of your coun. become responsible for the Bonds and I sa! action and unlimited etP..m.'to.. eoa&fct, -. _

I.1 Las opened a fresh Jot of goods, among which THEEIE tic sold at the tbe Auction 12th day Room ofjtn: practice of entrusting legislative bodiei try. an injury would befal the citizens of the the entire business of this.tJ dyt. u|rrr, .. _
Saturday
may be found on made to with the final derision of contested elections. of' country from the depreciation of the bills.- the country a constitution worthy of fc .
virtu of a deed of Trust r8My the What is that but a narrow strip sea- acceptance
Brown theetingt, Ititf, by that if the Convention adopted
He said
Sattioetts of the value of
8. Esq. beumt date 16th day t coast-look towns already rAnd although a depreciation a co .ti. 1Jtion coutaidIngd.sy _

Bleacbed do. Fancy Prints, Jar IR35, &.c.LyIfl the following Tract or' ]prcI 1 of aid Ltnd being article now under consideration we should i in existence at and your, the sea-port hundred of others, the bills might be extremely injurious to the and bright epitome of the high d oi
in the ,
FnrnHnres, White Cambricki, containing eighty 8ec e* more or leaslying soon see individuals nspinng to a scat : people it might work beneficially to the purity and wUdotn of lie dhtinpi.b.4
the last in the of time must necessarily S
and known a which _
Leon of progress
of sole view
with the casting
CoL do.French Muslins, Fancy half in of the the county N. E. quarter, Sec. 27, Townshr I, R. Legislature for some favorite candidate foi: spring up-look Sir, at the hundreds snc I stockholders, by their purchasing up the lator from Leon. ,No nunaSer 1tbO '

Handkerchiefs, Vestingi, fcc. one, N. and W., also one negro PRIMUS their votes thousands of a foreign population which arc t depreciated paper-a speculation not unu- admires more than1t'le ,a fpahit JB. _

ALSO to \ti.fy.nel pay a certain Promistry Bank of Flori-note: Governor. already darkening your rousts like a tempestand sual with banks and their stockholders. a wisdom aa Brofound, and a. *
Gents fine Boots; Water proof made by Jai. S.Jabez Lynn to B.the Boll Union and David C. Wil. Judge Reid, of St. John., sustained abouito the t who bid fair to sweep over yeur lane' The object both of my ,friend from Jackson i love of eountryj ao 8 oeere ts 1- _

Do. Seal do. Leg itcr do. Calf dendorsed Term by of sale cash. amendment. A state internment was tbe fond t I U'ith:a more pestilential blast than the b locusts and myself, not to dp a public injury, manifested br'- that'; -- '...it"'r',. _

Kid do. Calf shoes Kid ton- WM- BILLIARD, be formed and'we ought indulge1 Egypt, and then Sir, bt me ask yo J but a public good; not to injure oar.fellow. I member. He to,-tosinesjofthb 1ar __
Bregsss, W. W. WADDEL.. tb. lime was close *t hand wber I -
that the of
interest
hope. the congregated f citizens, but preserve our I bfinse! 4bfoI1'S
would be o
Trurteca. what power ;.
Seal and Morocco pumps.
Do. Fine Dee. -. ',838. Ot( a1l4or.fusiofliU.our poijJj'ftl affairs' would bE t continue and i increase the i subrnis&rea "
0" "reverent
aN.' .. '. .' tuch. population in the. event of three o:r country; nor to, S pct'.el1. .
ALSO HORSE 8TOL,.tabt"edtaet. npl.. four candidate (or Governor Under the, very unfortunate excitement which.exuta in. tnotl subjects,'and -b if oa: iaEilS '

Ladies fine Legaiter boots FROM Dr. W. W.night.ddl, :ftr'r.. BlIocIL itl *od whiu, influence t. 8t'mania which seems Io prevail this house, but to allay it. And I dp. believe asthbeabou1dfiedbi.1tI; .a> .'.. ._ '.

ldoioeeod'PruneUo Bootees, ThursdaY abooIIt. Rid spirit* and f aj ; sir that the adoption will effect the object be will have ward ii.8Iti7i11f .
Indian PONEY, itis ; WtU nolongetmIngte: ,intnf}"" here for reducing this' government to aj 1 ample re'
small -
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Ftae Bed clippers, Morocco and a 11 "tSSs&te bo3.t52etoiecU.Un, But'when we fcal t1! 'more"onward 'harmoniously .. absolute Democracy; we have already strict. we bat in view. ving the d '.?trrrog-4. fcopw .of, fee'' "\ J.
Sealand Calfbootees.ParcbMr *. Mr."'Purktoll repudiated the nation bandied : State G L-t _
Kid shoes, andb" TtfJ ahOI1 L and proiperous earner;; en out the word "native" in the preceedinjarticjt OTen.v'ak81. .-i",TTimncgcountryoaei :
Ba, $ our bright I __ _
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rpectfully soliciUd to call and r in -a sound, five about by gentleman.that the' people ef ..< .l .' -
ara iesrlj ) acd only residence ?
bite iD hit face would orern. Hi t requiring yean ...
tbt.ab M*.Ck, o(( goods. u Ii* jD WI*, au a smsL1 tUaa which: and be.trusted majority .would be called < '
eutBb 1 J.IL .n.-." 0"of bb Amendment which ,proposed I,cannot see what if to'prevrntD n S Florida ever upon to pay common ...Dd. a ctW& _

&ea1iaJ, O,* (01!. A. B. CRANE.18rf *braaded"" $0t .: 'L:. .', Any penqwetanuB'thsaw l or"UOP 10 the ,sub i ip00t t then BubmKttd to oqtfiM the cI.ctlOnof: Governor iictw.rf ) Jel! O'Connell hirniei1tbMMarcbdetn fle 1. the bendt assumed bj the Territory for the. .. ibeir TsifiBpeodence. ,, 'pqt j .'

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." ,' or any sa.tLifactir1; 4iybt&iflifl&" ibo re.. fanaticism from emigrating ibis 'count'p .U'aiota 1bDk., That InatiUUiea is able end .'Such generous,eot teJHRjf' S
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-, ,. ;.Ul'f8 .. mak ICnbcr,.'bn be ,utt&tjiewaxdtd.". -4'r .HlLUARD.n' 2Itf. quilito. Uss j ) 57hG-twG bijheit.' and in five years becoming the Governor 0,r willing to secure the Territory against oIU- deportment of the 'disteube&. .. '

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'\& bands hovered on the skirts of every located in the
( and & let moik.1vcrTuch .Mr..Wood ward declined the modification. 1 1 Indians l in small 'ntmy's rountJ ;- and n.sh Vime .V
Arpur.Uttnk grat&llAde.Vhete
:,. MMi! $ $_ to massacre, it became cecesiarv t the whole Peniusnia would .
and inhabitant exposed J
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turn and the was: postponed and was o"'nmJetJ;
\\tf : Indefatigable activity,. such willing sacrifice. ol The question was taken. subject every c
l re
pJ ast
with discretionary..oower, ve nolurking place fcir ihe -
command
; the article taken to invest the officer in Th' ,f;
wtc1igsdaborevinccd. on the IUtOf a ,single' individual, to relieve Judiciary up."GOVERNOR'S .enemy e adopti'of jbi
his fellow 'laborers from, the trouble of thinking nnd llt'tmgJor. V in relation to the number of troops to be employed, for: the purpose pltnvhile: It would most c rtainly bring this r tra ed :< '
... themselves. "* MESSAGE. I restoring tranquillty and to insure the safety of thos,. :

'Mn;; Chairm nthla t assembly will duly appreciate and acknbv le 1 fifth > who ,were exposed to danger .But, he was specially instructedto public treasure, and, thousands of valuable ,Ii'eS. Anothe "\ _

favor.arxT honor, so disintcrcstly' couferred and 'wox should do TALLAHASSEE, llih.Januarjfl83R employ no larger force than in his judgment should be absolutely i important. advantage would result from this ? .;, ,;},
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poucy. I, t
inorW-we:should congratulate the people of Florida that among To the Senate and House of Representatives of the Legislative l necessary for defensive operations. The tragical occurrences -. give as population I wealth: -and political influence; t would 'I'VV,
and
the: hhppyj selections thcy have made on this great and :interes ing Council of Florida: on thai frontier for some time preceding, and subsequent but to rest the question of yotirrfgbt. to admission into forever ', -f.t
occs.sonthey! have teemed in their t>erv5ce' tit least one, whose the of the course nnion. thefederal ..
We have much cause to be thankful to the Giver of all blessings to the date of this order demonstrates propriety
mind! .:Ys"'to clear_ .various, and comprehensive( as to grasp at on e have been the regular I deem it my duty again to, .
how numerous present
cvciitoiu unaUett, detail a mind for the dispensations of the past year. Uninterruptedhealth pursued. It matters not may your consjdetiou
Machineof ; !
the an-
government
t'Ij adorned, so Improved by learning cxpe.rieDce,80 imbued with I has prevailed throughout our country, and abundanceis force engaged on that frontier or what may have been its othet subject which I regard with. deep interest Although
*o
has been for three Our.
ballanced where found One alone continues to casta and enterprise; the unquestionable presence Territory years the theatre of' J '>
refined. and delicate modesty, yet tlO beautiful by principles every to be cause efficiency, gallantry, .
of suchpre moral and political' excellence, that make 1In: to shade!! over our prosperity, but while is painful to, reflect on of the enemy, the invasion of the country, and the murder of ing war, and I our frontier has been so often Bt "wWujJimS ct'- .
: offire the Israelities of old a burning visited with their threshold or while engaged in eultiva- I I the enemy, our militia is almost! without
know what the pillar was to the sufferings and distress of those whj have been our citizenS at own orgamxatfoa'and; ai re V "
light'to lead us through this night of ignorance, to tho temple of the calamities of war, it is gratifying to know that so large a ting their fields, without discrimination of age or sex; is the best I i equally ignorant of the principles' of tactics, ana thi rules of I -

vitlup,,wisdom and liberty. portion of our Territory has escaped ;ts ravages, and continues; I proof that sufficient protection was not given by the army and t I discipline and subordination. No returns of the strength of

:. to prosper under the protecting care Heaven, and the industry that it was necessaty and proper that the militia should be called I I the brigades or regiments have been made to the Executive for

FRIDAY Dec. 2 llh, 1833. and enlerprixe of our citizens. out in the defence of their families and their homes. Under the last two years, and with the exception of one or two volunteer .

Mr: Woodward moved,that the various resolutions upon Banking, In pursuance of an act of(the last session of the Legislative these circumstances, it appears to me that there should be no I companies, which have been formed by the spirit and acii-

and ,the, article' upon that subject made the order for to-day', be Council, an important measure has been adopted bj the peopleof hesitation on the part of the General Government in paying the I vity of at"few individuals, it is believed: that neither regiment
The House engaged on the article on 1
postponed. yesterday was that Florida. Delegates have been elected to represent them in troops thus employed. I am not disposed to encourage an extravagant battalion, or company has been assembled for drill or inspection
finish I
would fccilitnto business
the Jadiciaiy, and il more, to
before took another. Convention Those Delegates have assembled, and are now expenditure of the public treasure, or to ask compensation the last year. The evil consequences resulting from ihis state

subject Mr. Read'of they Leon, seconded up the motion, to redeem his pledge: deliberating on the provisions of a Constitution for our future for services which were never rendr red. But, the troopsin things have been loo,often experienced. Even in cases ofihe '

made to the member from Jackson, the other day. The postponement .I, government, as an independent and sovereign people. The question having been called into service, consistently with the grl'atest.elTl'r e r.r, when the Indians have ,been burning

took place under the impression that the other business: opinions I have heretofore expressed on this interesting subject, laws of the Territory, so far as services have been performed. and plundering' within} fifteen or twenty! miles of the. Capitol, **

would be through to day-but as that was not the ca eto, redeem his i in my annual communications wilh the Legislative Couneil, remain 1 recommend that their claims for compensation be presented have frequently experienced a delay in raising men in the interior -

i pledg., he sustained the motion, he was in dilf rent upon tha ques. unchanged.I in an appropriate memorial to Congress, and that if they shouldnot often fatal to those exposed to danger, and greatly hurnilialing -

tion. V entertain no doubt with regard to the expediency of the be paid by the United States, that the Territorial Govern- to our pride and character as people. It is for you,

Mr West'ot) tiopcfl ino qllent'lIIuuhI HUI now ue UIIMI IU IIl.I,,, measure, and the advantages which will result from a change ment provide the necessary compensation. gentlemen, to correct these evils, by: providing appropriate pnnishmenis -

as one ofhi colleagues: who puisesaed: : much information upon this. in our form of government. Should the proceedings of the In compliance with a resolution passed at the last session of r for every neglect military duty. This important

subject, (Mr. Thompson) was now absent from his seat, and hat pi: Convention be approved by tile people, and our right of admission the Legislative Council, requiring the Executive to furnish provisions subject' has often been brought the attention of the Legisla,
for in of illness\ and was desirous ol I j r
bean two his dnys views consequence this sllb ect. He hoped the House wnulr I:I into the Union be acknowledged by Congress, it will become for the suffering inhabitants of the frontier, a quantity of r live Council), and thc manner in which it has generally 1 been
expressing upon
allow him an opportunity IIr doing: so. necessary, during your present session, to provide fir the corn was purchased and sent to be distributed among the families disposed i of has rather encouraged than restrained the spirit of

Mr. Duval, moved that the whole subject be indefinitely post organization and support of a Slale Government. Preparatory of Alachua and Columbia, in East Florida, and to those insubordination and negligence. In assuming; a state government '

poned.Mr.. to this important event it is important that our revenue system I of Walton and Washington, in West Florida. For information I (if such should be the result of the deliberations of the

;i- !\ Westcott, hoped the motion would not prevaiL and th I should be revised and remodeled. At each session since I have with regard to the amount of money expended for t this purpose Convention) we shall necessarily relinquish in some degree our
this IIR the motion of th been clothed with the executive I have endeivored to the Treasurer and Auditor of the claims i on the General for and
[ refer the t government
question be given tho go by in way: thought .
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gentleman from Jackson Had preceuenre.Tho impress on the Council the urgent necessity 01 tins measure. Territory. It is gralilying to learn, mat ""JUllew t'xccpuons'l| I reCLUtJIItLy[ )' ann cUlclt'ncy in nit iiiiiiiia WIll uecome inv

President differed from Mr. NVcstcott in opinion and bM The imperfections of the present system are too glaring to require I the provision crops of the last year are most abundant thriJUgh-\ portant to sustain the dignity, and insure the safety of the state,' '

that the motion to postpone indefinitely, was fir"t in order the illustration by argument, and the objections it presents out Florida, and although the frontier inhabitants have \I I against foreign or domestic enemies. These objects, so hightf.

rules of the House. I are too manifold to enumerate. The l law imposes no penaltyon the midst of danger and alarm, and even exposed to the utmost i interesting to every member of the community! cannot be attain

Mr. Baltzell of Juckson, wished the question postnouul for the the proprietor for a false, or imperfect return of his taxable peril during the whole season of cultivation, their labor has I'ted I without a proper organization, and a rigid observance of the:

present, but not indefinitely. If that of question the was, and forced, lici property, nor is he required to make his return under oath, been rewarded with abundance. With a degree of fortitude' and :' rules discipline. I most earnestly invite your attention*' to
tho
into merits subject
should be compelled f> % argueit 'I
now, which he was not go desirous to do. Ho hoped the motion ol either as it regards the quantity or quality of the property as- perseverance, which reflects on them the greatest credit, they this subject, and hope It may claim your deliberate consideration.

bis colleague: would! prevail.Mr. ). sessed. Hence :t is believed that a large proportion the real have maintained their positions under every trial and every vicissitude Another branch having been added to our Legislative
in this taxation has been and still formidable barrier to the further encroachments -I department since the last session of the Council, it becomes
Fitzjiainck: from D.nl, hop'J.tta 1t l the I icsolutions and article estate Territory subject to never reported present a necessary -
It.I t* would now be taken up, as he drsire-i to offer a substitute for I It" and it often occurs that land is returned in a lower grade i of the enemy. Convinced by three years experience for ,its accommodation to extend the public" buildings.

all the proitoeitiona.w'.iich!! : he thouahl! : would satisfy all the gentlemen,:I than is consistent with its character. Lands are required to be in prosecuting the war against the Seminoles, that they cannot I 1 1f! The capitol should be completed according toth riginal'plan! ,

r.k and remove the d fiicullica which stcmed to surround this vexed I If I I taxed according to their quality, and in most instances the assessor be subdued by the plan of operations heretofore pursued, the |f or with such alterations as the Legislature! may dlCf ('t." The

question.Mr. I! is compelled to depend on the description given by the Secretary of War has wisely resolved on a change of policy. ;I greater portions of the lands heretofore granted by the United

I Reid of Leon, \\i i hod tl' call! the attention of the 1I0u:5.: to i proprietor. I therefore recommend an entire re-organization of The plan which he has judiciously recommended for the protec- State for this purpose: remain undisposed of. Five quarter{

i reasons: why he made the motion.\ H J rec.ij,ituldted the proceeding* j this department, and the adoption of such measures as will insure tion of the frontier settlers, by encouraging the return of tho-e [ section', are situated in the immediate vicinity of the Capitol,
!
e 1 i which had hitheito taken place when llie-e ,'arioll'll'ropositions' were the, faithful assessment, collection, and disbursement of the public who have been driven from their homes, and organizing the | and if sold in lots of five and l len acres, would produce: a large

d offered. It was then moved l<> lay all the propositions upon the revenue.I whole force along our exposed borders into companies and bat- i fund for the erection of public buildings. Another quarter section -
tablc.to be taken on a ::uen day.; D siious of having all tin: liji |i I
h possible the up uhject-1tc had made the motion to fix: tIlls ]I The Reports of the several Banks of the Territory required talions for the defence of the inhabitants, and the energy and continues unlocked, owing to the subsequenlappropriations

b matter for upon to-dny and said lh-it if the House was not then ready, he i by their charters to be made to the Executive, at the close of activity with which he proposes to prosecute the war to a successful ,'jof the township in which it originally selected, to the grant
a
f would move it* further continuance; and as:: hi- had now redo< rued I the year, not having yet been received, I am unable to give you termination, is calculated to give strength to the frontier, General Lafa\'f \te.rrhe Territory has yet a right to make

1 : hill pledge, it \\asontinly n matter of imlinVrcnce to him what ; certain information with regard to their present condition. I and confidence and security to the people of every portion of the I this location, and I recommend thai the Executive be authorised

t1 course w-as taken. lie was in f favor of J/r. Woodward's resolution I am happy to inform you, however, that it is believed they have Territory. If this plan is carried into execution, it is confidently -t to appoint an agent for that purpose, with instructions to selecta

, t: i but was: prepared; to meet the quoslion! and argue il now, if it was I generally resumed specie payments, and that in every other re- believed that the whole country which has been desolated by 1 quarter set lion of the land recently acquired from the Apalachicola -

< b argued. Gentlemen had hoped the question would< n..t be
the go by, that there woul I he no bicking out-He believed theie I They have done much to encourage the enterprize and industryof the Indians will be driven, and confined within more narrow limit be deemed more valuable. .

I would he no backing out-Gcntlenici: were prepircd and would! do this community. They have sustained the credit and pro- !!, and the scenes of rapine and murder with which we ha\e I( At the last session I called the attention of thc Legislative'V

i) their duty-He was ready to meet the question and the gentlemen; moted the interest of every class of society, and the general been so frequency harrasscd, will no longer be exhibited on our Council to the situation of the office of Commissioner of the

from CJlioun. the would! !' prosperity}' and success of our merchants, at a period when the borders. Connected with this plan of defence, an important t; .! Tallahassee fund, and recommended such increase of the
of
question
Mr. Duval of moro delay
Calhovin.thouglu a
g not meet the views of the Hous-: :. :Members: wer di-pose.l t') leave i whole commerce of the nation was prostrate,and embarrassment; measure for tIle expulsion of the enemy has been recommended I I i j salary as would! make it acceptable an officer capable of performing -
and else is to be attributed It is to portion of the Public: Its duties, and worthy of assuming ItS
where
{ their places if it was Gc..la'cd--.we would not have a full expression -.I bankruptcy every appeared, mainly to Congress. proposed grant a responsibilities.
,
t t ol opinion upon the subject. Tne questions proposed) were of r! to the accommodation and relief afforded by these insti. Lands to those persons who will obligate themselves to settle; I This not having been done, the office is yet vacant, and cannot

4 great-of: vital importance. Many gentlemen have other business : tutions. Amidst the wreck of commerce, the destruction of and improve them. For more than three years this desolating.1.1 Ibe filled with competent talent, until adequate t compensation

.. to attend, which they cannot well neglect. It was proper, if full ne : credit, and) the loss of public confidence, it is worthy of remem- war has been maintained within our limits. Our most experienced shall have been provided by the Legislature. It i is believed that

tion_and expression of opinion.upo.i this subject was denied, to o'P. !brance, that no commercial house failed within our Territory. Generals, and our best appointed armies have! been unsuccessful :the Territory has sustained. much injury in the careless orproifen !-

to work immediately-Ho was in no :great hurry him-elf: but he 'I Another important advantage has resulted from the establish- in its prosecution, thpti! b-aU.Jjas.Jj} hD-JJlfHUhffihVh 4 : t 'elirc nducteTin d _by Ib -- t he IUSI- ,
: b" JlQ jV ","1" tt1V" flI .,,<1.1!, I jki "''''''1'> t.J "'1 qllj1/; /"fh'I.>. i i"f jj iHnen flB8-giVCrr" c1'ap'RTirn 1T1t 31 any of "the Indians have beii captured or destroyed ; t such a loose andlrregular manner,
-01' saliM I to the and he creased value, but they have in the -every as to require much labor in placing in
ictory country. ought to had when attaina i t promoted promptness pay- portion of the has been a condition (o be under
\ ble. Gcn'lcmrn' bid spoken as il th'rch had been threats uttered anent of debts, and there is perhaps no part of the world where hut has enemy's demolished-their country invaded-every village, (stood, should the legislature! determine not to dispose of the

Ji' upon this fubjec''; but there had been no threatening so far PS h- j there: is greater!' punctuality in the discharge of pecuniary obligations their every cattle driven! off and the fields have been laid l wa -tr, I lIc property in the neighborhood of Tallahassee, it pub V

knew. Every: gentleman would vote, ns his own sentiments a 1.l lpi than is to be found among the people this Territory. nation broken and di*peT*('d in necessary torarlopt more efficient measures to wi
small
from
( lions dictated, without apprehcn"ioti from threat and The rich fugitive bands, prowl through the wilderness!! or hover on waste and protect the
It any gen. products of our soil, and the present activity of com the frontier [ trespass to which it ;Is daily exposed and from
tlemen were mistaken in that threat had been But even !in flight they are unsubdued, and' often ,it ha which
supposing nny meant I merce, will soon enable our planters and merchants to : ;already received great injury. It should
be
et- to be thrown out. J He had equal rights and all would do their duty I the Banks the sums which have been borrowed and when return to turn on their pursuers with furious energy, or fall with l fatal} des- I jt the special care of the commissioner who placed under
this
be
and according; to theii discretion without reference to any thing but h shall paration on the defenceless inhabitants of the frontier.- ; shoad renoired lo"
have theofiender
been
done for
i. their oath and the i interest.-tllti, constitucn s. But illi 'qlJ(, lion I the Banks Florida will be in as prosperous Experience has proven tat it is not by the march and counter prosecute he every trespass. The enclosrrre' abound, V
J will
"was the great moving lever in this House-il was the main thin r a condition as the best monied institutions in our country. march of armies through the Capitol jon ,perceive is in a state' of ruin and dilapida:
g : Sand enemy's: country that he i is
: With the of : ; tion. The
\h it! gave coloring to every vote that xvas given, and the business I I exception two inconsiderable corporations which exploded -:i to expelled from the land of his nativity." lIe' has Council appropriation heretofore made by the Legislative V
of this Honscnnd the interests during the iiis believed that the only to I (fr.pmung il in repair was found
of the past Banks
year of
Iii\ great country required that it t I avoid battle! to evade pursUit for a few days, and the entirely t .
Florida have been army, C.'t- accomplishment. Hence
should be seuled.r conducted with distinguished integrity and hausted with Jits no part out has been for
fatigue and expended
Mr.\ McCanl\ Jefferson, sad: f propriety. Some of them have hunger, retires before him, without the 1 thai purpose. recommend
: they were consuming tho may been too liberal in relieving fire of a him an additional appropriation, and
t\\ morning! nnd dii-cu.--sing whether or not they should discuss the I the wants and necessities of those who required relief; but this I field. It gun is not, leaving from again in undisturbed possession of the t that the CommlSSIIHr of the Tallahassee fund be authorised ta

tP question. lie hoped it would be despatched ns: quick as posibl<', he I should not constitute a ground of complaint against them in thatcommunity I that the [Indians have superior bravery or skill in the use of arms I contract for a new enclosure, to be constructed of durable

hi I believed that more lime wo'jld be gained I b> finishing! the j:idiciary I which} has experienced the advantages of this JibeI : thus long resisted our power, hut from I ( rial mate

bt bill! before they took'up other business.! : Ho believed they could' I rality. My opinion on the subject of Banks has heretofore been- theIr mode of life, the nature of the country they inhabit, the.I In.my last annual message I called the attention othe
finish hat bill, and lakn the bank congeniality of the climate to their habits and pursuits and .
pt up subject lo day. I its lative Council to the regs
fully
I expressed. am opposed to the policy of giving them subject of internal
Mr. Westcot' of Leon for the nn- often fatal their I impronmrut
u wu ready discussion as far as lie bridled consequences to pursuers. The !spontaneous commended
I IId liberty to issue bills their of .the. adoption of a for
beyond
was concerned. He did not believo tho-c of the same opinions power redemption, productions: of nature supply them with abundant and nuiricious I I system purpose. Deeply
and believe impressed with its
that
tvhh himself avoid it. He would l every charter should provide for its own for- food. The wild : importance cannot forbear to invite
aft were disposed to not wish to defer arrow root, the wild the brier your at-
it t if there feiture, when the institution shall fail to redeem its notes accord I potaloe, root, the I I tention again to that subJect. I enclose herewith
other involved
10 were any questions which could have an 1 cabbage tree, and the palmetto where abound. The you a map,
important boating; on it. He disagreed with the gentleimn from I ing to their tenor. But I would not abolish them, even if we ters supply them with! fish, and the every woods with wa- j i accompanied with the suggestions of a distinguished officer of

t 1w Calhoun, as lo the effect Deleaving this subject pending. Ho did had the power to do so, or impose on them such restrictions as I want and famine, the attendant game.of Hence I the United States Army, (Major General Gaines) on the subject

k; not know motives actuated the gentleman, who acted with him, I would destroy their usefulness to the people. I consider them I in other and consequences invasion .I of constructing rail roads as an auxiliary measure of national de

0\\ (the gentleman from Calhoun,) in giving their votes, but fr those indispensable gents for the! promotion of commerce, and highly I lo the every wand- country Seminole.to every people, present noV terrors fence. He has proposed to connect the powerful states of the
He
ge on hi$ side (Mr. Ws.) he would say they were actuated by node I advantageous in the ordinary transactions of life. And while I in hammock rmg finds security, food, and sheller -V I interior with those of the frontier by rail roads. The view which
prejudiced or contracted motives.% Ho Mr. %V. QJen'oted I every and in every swamp. My observationon !he has tak-n of
: ( ) upon 1 would nol advance them at the expense individual interest, I the result this subject is highly interesting, and demon-
of the
th other subjects with thoac who lftrcd. with him upon this! and I them measures heretofore pursued for the removal strates the
regsnl claims great rdvantages
ashavingjust to our favourable conside- 1 whiCh would from
- __ __.__. ___ ,_ __ of the Indians, have brouzhl forcibly _. __ ,. __ __ resul ibis_ _system.
flo,, againsi inoie agrcru with nitn. lie couiu not sec now a decisionwi : .1 h L .1 I' me to the- (-"011- n(_'.tninn..-....., .In. fimn...nr. n'...".. rl. !
rof this matter could affect of the decided I "Utili lUll pruii-cuun. oo soon as me reports irom the severa.I I' that it cannot be done, without'J ? ;AlCUIOI( ana certainty wit wnkn tbe'
1 \ possibly ::: any matters upon,, a change policy. The forest the armies
'. Banks shall have been received shall be largest with munitions
they communicated of
riJMJior, any of those yet to be decided, except perhaps, the section ol I lo must be subdued before the enemy can be finally conquered. be necessary war and provisions --
the
.' axati, ln and revenue laws. The from Calhoun Legislature with such remarks as their respective' condition! inch may transported from the interior to exposed
gentleman rmy: he: Every of ground taken from him must be firmly held) ; the any
by frontier
pont on the
nfluenced\ : and those with him, in their votes upon their subjects may seem to require. settlers who ; unity and sympathy it would create'
lei >y this question-hut for his part and whose with him, he dii.t : Since the last session of the Legislative Council, our frontier permanent their home. Under will cultivate the soil and maktVihc wilderness in I the different states by this connection, and ,the strength and

Lee lbim any surh imputation, for i it was an imputation. There was settlements have been greatly harrassed by the marauding bandsof gradually retire before this system the savage would security it would give to every portion of our country renders it
(' occasion Le in such obtain Gentlemen the the approach of the civilized man. He worthy of the consideration of
tot o to a hurry to light. on enemy. Notwithstanding the formidable and well ap.. would be every statesman and soldier. Nor
in other aitle. be in the dark and for force compelled to abandon every portion of the country, are the commercial
!to might anxious light but: pointed employed by the Government in prosecuting the advantages arising from this system to be disregarded.
... IX.. oso. on his *id.j had a clear duty to perform, and they meant to war, and in defending the frontier, the struggle with the Seminoles the susceptible improvement, and ifhe should still retreat before It would open a direct channel of communication

A .eb 1 il, and did not desire light from the gentlemen from Calhoun. liebeuId still continues with all the appalling incidents of advancing settlements, and seek shelter in the barren wastes with the different sections of the interior. In the transit of in
not: iink i it would illuminate their path on other savagewarfare. and inhospitable everglades, sufficient forces might in a short -
any qtJcsd.IIn : During the last summer, numerous and telligence, and for the purposes of travel, distance and
aria !!. should vote lhce distressing time be drawn from the settlements spacewi
tu.pointwhich might : on proat5t1onswthout instances occured, in which whole families murdered and abundant supplies be almost annihilated, and places remotely situated
; reference to other questions, nnd the gen'lemen' wee by from the cultivated lands of the interior to the b
,
war to
the prosecute brought in close
attacks
midnight of the with
WH liU; td0 would the and if the enemy. The frontier inhabitants final close. In proximity each other, givingstrength
do same, gentlemen on ot her side a order to this plan into execution andto t
4e ;ed, differently, it was a strong reason (or tho po lpQD mcnt. He were kept in a state of perpetual danger and alarm, and insure the safety of the settlers carry against the attacks of the, en- our bone of national union, promoting commerce, industry and

P1| not care personally, whether! the .question came up now or although the troop of the Govcinraent were actively employ emy, to which they would otherwise be intelligence throughout our vast dominion.
p''!L t but his colleague'wos unwell) and absent, he was well informed ed in their defence it became necessary in the opinion of the should in the first place be required to assemble fatally exposed, the The Constitutional objections which may be presented to this
at
w"l the subject, and a highly intelligent gentleman. He had the Executive, on the urgent application of the people and the of- rendzvous, where after armed some convenient important ystem might be reconciled by an- united action of the J

\ be !opportunities, of being well informed upon this su'yect.' He ficers of the exposed districts, to order a portion of the militia service, they should be being and equipped, for General ana State Governments. Although the United States

,.1 1' te .6ib&eo ..for many years a cashier of one of these Banking into service. In Middle Florida these troops have been recog- elect their officers. organized into companies and regimentsand may not have :right to invade the sovereignty of a State by

tt:. [lutibiis.! Ifany one was calnble ofillumimtinp: ; the house upon nised by the Government, and most of them have been musteredand of the They should then be marched in advance the construction of public works within its limits, contrary to

ubject i lie was. Hensked.it in courtesy which was not refused by paid for their services. But in East Florida, where a much present settlements, and located in a compact form, the wishes of its people, yet when the consent of the State has

jPaili/unentary body-that ho, might have an opportunity of give larger force was employed, the Commanding General did in on every portion of the unappropriated laud, fit for cultivation, been obtained, it is believed there is no prohibitary provision in
not
such
an
manner, as to mutual
give I
: MS reasons. consider them for defensive protection and safety lo each the Constitution which can militate this The
operations. In against system.
necessary
"Vr J, of ,Leon tfife to say: dint he should vote agnist thc of which, the troops called out from the counties of consequence Ala-' other. A portion'of them should at all times be required to be I increasing wealth and resources of the States, and the vast
i qf his honorable friend from Calhoun for under arms, and the residue be om
ii >s$ >n. though afe to employed in making their improvements i and
chua and Columbia have and merce revenue of the General Government is
not, perhaps will not be fully adequate
reason'from, urged by bit colleague, (!Mr.\ \ cstcolt.); paid by and in cultivating the land. They should be subject to this
the United States. important and
A correct return of the number of officers : measure, no doubt is entertained, that it
Efptieroen bad told the House: that he himself, desired no light | to the rules and articles of war and entitled to receive the
n 'l biect.; Sir I hope that the gentleman does not belong to that and men, or of their term of service, has not been received from pay, subsistence and allowance for will, in time, be accomplished. To enable us at. a futnre.day

-. cl learned in ,holy writ, who "desire darkness rather the county Alachua. But, the officers commanding the mil troops in the service of the United clothing generally given to to unite with the neighboring States hi the adoption of{his or a
States. And the
close
at of
deed Ha 'should for tho resolution tia of Columbia whole similar both for commercial] and military' I
I ,'Jfitjt heiogevil. vote county, reports a regiment to have been the war, each settler should be entitled in fee to sYFte purposes,

_ _ II jndrnen from Jackson, :Mr. Woodward, because he wa' in service, amounting in the aggregate to seven hundred and quarter section of arable land Include his simple one recommend that a'memora) be addressed to Congress, .ilng
.to those of the he'P.1'IO8 three officers and to improvement as for a of a certain land in aid of
i": iOMpve\: : to opportunity : opposite party ninety men. Whether so large a force was necessary near as practicable. A further should grant portion our
be
I !:! .the word, out unfortunately .there were parties for the defence of the settlements is question which the and encouragement givento provements. V
) the imputation that advantage had been Executive is emigration, settlement, bjr the passage of a prospective Your fellow-citizen
; ,0 't&i.IJIpOlS'I.tomake not prepared to decide, as the scene of operations .
i. XJ!! .IeGce 9r.L 'member from the other side, to ores* this was too remote to enable him to form Pre-emption Law, conferring the right of purchasing at the V V V.
a correct opinion on the Government price, one quarter section of land, on actual .R:JT, CALL.I, -
: every
-I ) ." rriq.' cf" Monroe\ .suggested to the gentlemen I, from Jackoiyar subject.of invasion The'laws the Territory require the Executive' i incase I settler, who shall locate.,himself_ before a certain period, and Gvmf o( Flo,

p' .If J'P! modif/Jog! his'.notion for. 'postponement, until lie or insurrection, to order out such portion of continue to inhabit and cultivate until! the close of the war. V < 'VV .,

,' t. c o-wu.6U; -4' 1.. I the militia as l may deem necessary for the defence of our citi This would invite the emigration of that portion of citizens, who ANOTHER TEAMBOT: IUN)-We : :Jo. : tbf : ,:

\' ,!!K. ,or; :
_ ., until repeated had
_ _ ; 'g .4, : I outrages committed, and a number. of Partial.Lirr, and would add to the number and strength of the h.oOhpt, uAgiDst. intg one!-day ls& week, which cased liu' to":
___________ ( QfLCon-lvow, i11) n 4'1( Ika, furth.t.posponeinentI r lives had been sacrificed. that.recourse was had.to the Jocal militia settlements. Under this emigration it is i sink. cargo Went with an'we understand il t w&fta
.4** _. -- /, ti ., ,. ,*!'ir;- for defence. la adoptingthis measure at time encouragement : B_CnUre )S :insurance cfftid4ej
"' a the J .
4 4 11;;*"., ; ; I V wfcet confidently believed that IO,000rrmanent settlers might in a 1iOt, PQ A ..\
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THE iiORIDIAN.and of! the lea'ding''mcuut'ci of the last = --- --r------- .. ,- -- 1 :
I FOR NEW YORK ,'" .1- <: i:" < "ii .
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present administrations I shall not will- & SWEET, teacher of Dancing to : .r. "
1R. TIlE .
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA : ingly advocate the election of any man to I 1' a school in this City on the 2tdi'fdr propovs : ter, for freight brigTIMOLEON apply to ,Clark,mas. : : ) ; c- ..8'

Saturday Morning, Jan. 12, I 39. Congress who is opposed to them. There I the purpose of giving instructions in this elegant 'ROBT.,LYON. T UFAYETTEE AND'GYMKAS'ric- .

are gentlemen in. Florida, who would I and graceful accomplishment; subscription will be _ Tallahassee D .& 1838. 21 : 0: '1W
have ably I received at ihe ARENA :
The following gentlemen been requested City Hotel, and the School will be 1i11C"f
A to and authorized to and faithfully fulfil the duly of Delegate, and I kept in the Saloon attached to that establishment. ,' .,l'k <
to act as our fen arc fully I FOR NEW YORK.- Will be exhibited -at Tallahassee 1 Ji, a +
whom I As the on
receipt for accounts due this office. to could yield my suffrage upon the previom engagement of Mr. S. will not rriHF fine brig ?\ -i It : A. .. / .1t 1 1, ,<
I permit him to give instruction in _%1. I UALLOWELL, J. SATURDAY
without dais NIGHT
principle Duary5 1839
reference cither City longer JL '
Dr. D. L. WHITE.Wni. GaJ8kn. to sectional I than one quarter, those who dssirou of Smith, .Vaster. Having moa of < m mw. -

BODD Ew;. Monticello. considerations which I hold the mc'n.cst I lessons, will please make immediate IUd taking her cargo engaged, wi I sail with quick I AND coxTutuc ,FOR -- A1.tCTJe -

J. W, SMITH, P. M., Thoma ville.H. of ihe claims. If such candidate offers I I I Mr. S.being a atraniergeneraily >application.n Tallahassee despatch. Apply to the Master, or toWMAIcNAUGHT. A FEWNIGJIT.S-ONLY.- ..'. J .51, ,2-;N'K' -,.J tISJ P" .

ALLEN shall l I would U -, _-'..r- UP i u"."t" :.
BOSH .irafIfla. support him even if my personal feel bet a ve to make the following references. S _
Marks
t W ni. P. Duval Dec. 20 1B38. 21 3t Aiiroinigtfntrix'a Sale. T7"IN COmmLS&flKfl \
ings Esq. Gen. Saml. ParkhHJ. Gon. -
WE arc author'trod to ann uncn tile lion. lire not gratified in so do ill". I go for I SALE DAYS* W.; 4S If'
I Thos. Brown, Tallahassee, E. 1. Wood, St. Jofwph. FOR BOSTON: Pursuance cia decree( ihe'Jtuigeofth. >j arty ,
"pri nciples not .
CHARLES DOWNING as a Candidate for reelection num. i. For further particulars, enquire for Mr- S. THE tubstanlial Schooner BUN- Court of Leon county and byorder.otI -4 -I.tY"OJ.I'BB._ J. # ,0;

as Delegate to tho next Congress of the JAMES D. 'VESTCOTTJr.EGnO i Nit the City Hotel .KERIIILL. Hobart, Master, wiU hate I the Administratrix, shall expose for sale at Public elk ptb4Iaritite"
I Jfn,13.1933. i 'Auction, to the highest bidder, on the 4th day of WI3H1NQ
I 23 dispatch. For : it
United States, if Florida continues to bo a Territory I 3t deck freight and pan.J ml pr.an IJlJa.llliJetB
February next the LOTS sitoat in the
N INSURR J : l :J sage, apply to the Captain on board, or following of TAllabaatce,.. thvLMoUca1io4Jfle
at the time of the election. CTIt) .-Wo copy the fol I FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. lo City Tallahassee viz: 640
oadrconUinin Mn
BETTON FISHER ; fteres ar*-Jf
:
\ lowing from the Nashville Banner of I TOLEN from the subscriber in Tallahassee Dec.29,1833. 212t LOT No. 224, 400,.crts cleared,all within the Jut de* sA4 ist .

The Governor's sI&ge communicated yesterday j urday, the 8th inst. The Franklin U S'lt-1 I KJ.in Saturday the !9th Dec. a alight bay MULE, FOR BALTIMORE. LOT No. 227, in the last two or tire,jean, I ..canay w,A8dGr' .. ,

to thu legislature, excludes several articles in type I received last night contains bnnded S. on iho left skouMer, and rubbed by a LOT No. 232. that fat f,rUlil j cf aoiL Jw. tJiJa' oeo- -
a long account I chain on the left hind leg. Said mole is supposed THE superior Clipper Schooner Sold by order of Court; and for the benefit of l ebeirs late) beaatyoT8ita'alloif. r. &

for to d.Y"Iaper. I of a concerted plot, entered into b) a large It
W are informed that tho Convention adjourned j number of negroes ol YilIiamoii nnd Ktith- I or Savannah Gco. The above reward will be linn ,the above port in ten days for deck county, deceased. Terms made known on the day bYDO! plantation IB Lfton:QaDt,. -\

on Wednesday last and have adopjed a constitu- crfbrd'( counties, murder all the whites they for the mule, and detection nfthe thief,0:1 conviction _ freight or passage only apply to the oC ae. K. JIWCKLEY.. sup rior And thelandc1estoira-TevnsihibSW -

lion for th? State of Florida. j 1 cnlll li on a certain day and take pOPsi0fl I or ten dollars for the mule. Captain on board at St. Marks or toUETTON Januarys, 1838. __ __,_ .22-ta for .uch land. :: :)OTn I1f.JLTAYAfJ: -

____ J. 1). GALBR1ITII.Jan. I ,keen NOT 01838' .tUt __
I of the counties, elect officers lo suit themselves .1 ]2, 1839' 23 3t 1)cc. 29, 1833. & FISHER. Trunks Lost. :

The Legislature of the Territory met on Monday etc etc. One of the black rascals,. I -iL: 2\ 2t C% PPOSED to have Leen taken from' the J .
i A persons iUdehtd-1J the For New Rail Rood n"r. ".. itme Inn 'list. two ,
estate of yorK. Au.
IBM. The, Senate not I aving a quorum present n pr ncher. ih" of Mr. L. Kink of i Lukey '
l property TRUNKS
'V3tp.rs.t.lereM.ed la'e of this county, will make THE fastealling BnigMAtLL.L- MR YX'al. fl.t ZIt containing lady's clothing
Adjourned till Tue day. Present I Willi.imsun, passed by the title uf l General. payment! forthwith, and all persons bavins claim tuuMcr, having mos of her cargo engag. One was marked on the top B. H. M." with

From the Wmtorn Diftriit, George Walker Ei>q. Hut Jie hud a thai in the prison! of another I. "gainst said estate will present them properly eu- ed, will sail with dispatch. For freight passage brass nails, the other a light eoloureJ nook with

From the Midd'e Divtrict i Mem ""m. Bailey, I rasel11II! Hiulaci los d wno has been electioneering I I [heniicatcd foryeltlement.within the time picscr be4 having good accommodations, enquire of to particular marks. Any information respecting
by law, to the I IClIAS. %'M. MCNAUGHT the same will be received
I subscriber. St. Mark. tlnnkfuUy by
James A. Berlhcloilp: Charles II. Dupout. for slwriil'mf the
J hen the D
county \ S. SIDLEY. ec. 15,-19-tf. JO F. C. HARLEY. -
From the Eastern District, Col. W. J. Mi'I' Co! whites should have beenflurried Copthi1it.
c'xtt'flllillatf"d. January 9th, 1833.: 33tf FOR BOSTON.'J Information may be left at tins office. ;:_
Jiio. Wal'tetl.l\Jaj. I .iiah I U. Hart. Jan. 5 1839.-1f M.
> Bryant .-Cbar1 es 1kI
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John
.
.
= : HE
-- Br ,
On TueFday.\lc'tlrll. Duval and Wright -- -- NOTICE: good r ALCENUS, &of--. this day entered jnto CoMrUMrahipunder .

were qualified and look their scats. appearcd the, 10th inst. by the Rev. It. B. JOn John SIX I wrcl\s after! date, I shall apply to the lion \ field For! deck Master: freight,will or htvcq lick dispatch. T.ROM St. Marks Strayed in last sorrel the firm of BRYANT'fy ItUlTZiai_ 7- .
Ker, ]I I *e of the county court of Leon for p Is..ae only apply May a light ing bought out the entire clock ,in trirfe.of lb, > : t
Gov. Duval was elected President, resigned and !1 L. !lollC.vwl.llto Miss Mag.idalme Aol'r, both: letters of A'Jmimstrati on the estate of county Benjamin, I 10 the Captain on board or loBETTON _,? Indian JUrc PONEY, dark mane and tail, tae of F. Gerarcfitt, most eetI\lIlf inform titf -,,
Col. Warren elected. of St. Jark". and a stii rup brand en the hip or shoulder. S ndpjney friends and the Public in
was James tl. Ro'-insun wan Singlelary, deceased, late of said county.PATRICK } FISHER- eneraJ, that la.y will "
elected chief clerk, and J. Mother, McBride and I On the 3d ill't. \\tj tho Rev. R. R. Kcr, Capt. I I SMITH. Dec, 21 IRIS 22w is Mipoosed to le somewhere in Jefferson continue to carryon the Waicb M.ltt.. Uc1

II. Aicher engrossing c''rkF, A.A. o'i"l\'r, J'I i J..IIII'1i'iJis! to \1111" ilary Murphy both of Leon; I i January. 8th, 18'8. 23 fit tUU i\iw 1OKK c.u tjrn nty.of A liberal reward will be given for the re- Jewelry Busioes, at the well cacabliabid old ".:
Scrgeunt i the Poney. or information where she stand. flatter '
to
j County.i --- ----- ------- THE.superior may They themselves ttuott a aha :
at Ann-, and T. B. Fitzpatrick, Doorkeeper. j __ ,_ : N 0 TI CE MAN, Woodward Barque, m lIler.GEN'rLEbe Having 100n<. M. C. ROBERTSON. of public patronage by their own prottpl attentioo
In the Houfc of Hepresriilalires Mond, II PTMHE subscriber St. Marks Jjn4 183D-U and by the assistance: of two
on 'y, 21 Died, purs i.oticc to his (rends and 1 part of her cargo ready will be J,s- elpchcooJwoHaDntfrom

members appeared were qualified and took their In this city on the 9lh irmil. ,of ,puliio'iary consumption ,. -H. to the) pub!'*; in :<-n"rnl, that he lias opened nn natchrd for the above port without delay. For NOTICE. the North. All Articles l left lor'repair itk .-,:

.cali. .Iflrr which the House adjourned. DR. MARK D. HOLLANDof Frank. j)I. |KNGRAVING & COPPERPLATE PRINTING; freight or passage, b-iving: excellent accotninudaliotis I John M. Bryant will he found at the gbdr Eatd'. .':
Jin Office, in Tallahassee A LL persons indebted! to tho hue Capt. Jabez tis ment. JOHN M. BRYAKT.CHA8. '
Oounly, Virgir.h. Dr. Holland had the | } next door t\ the Planters .
On Tuesday Judgi Drake of I'cllnl'oa: spent apply lo tl.c Captain cm boa.-J or to .
.
was last) Iwo winter* m this vicinity f for the bcntli'! of hn !'I Hotel here all orders will be rjtC'uied with the HOLT Lewis, deceased, are hereby noiined to nuke m I .'NUIT2.
elected Speaker, Jus. B. Lancaster Chief Clerk, i 1 gnate l fare on J & .MILLER. immediate payment to the subscriber, and those November 17th, 1838. -
hca it h, but neither 111'1 mildnecM ol the china nor i I > despatch comprising Bank Nf'leIIIal's. S t. Maik', Dec. 11 I, 133. H tf
Hob B. Copi'ldiid, Nril McPherson: and Ccrvan. I professional skill tould lay the ,1hut cerlaini I) |.! Invoiio, Bills' of Ladmj, flf.ips, Charts -- 20(1"( having claims against: said L"wis arc .eque ted to

tea, Han, Engrossing Clcrke ; Seth 1'. Lewis Seri i i progresof diM-dott. llu wa cut off in ihe prime i I Altrieantile and Vivtme, Card*, &c. I j.'ORI LIVERPOOL"THE present them duly authenticated within the lime BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
I j i Also, Copper Plate Ship Geneva I pm cribeJ by Lew. A. P. W. CRANE -
P.itinexecute J. Hal .
gUilt at Anns, and Moses Ellis Dour TJio s manhood. Although comparatively a I with teat I ; master
kce1wr. stranger
,
then J.. high and gentlemanly be.trnig, hi. mlolli n<*hs Aii-l dchpa eh.-Silver plate of every dis"rip- willbe rca Iy to receive ca'jro Isuof; I St.Marks: J.m.5,13J3 Ag't for Adoi'r.
enci.
lJoulle adjournod till Friday. ; ( ti' November.
n neutly and -
and c.Ui\'ated taste, and Lime high order of his mural I engiiVtd repaired.! lorflelg'htI1J'Ily to I Notice. .
On Friday the Govrruor communicated; his THOS. M.STRATTON. '
vnd'iwineiiU hac endeared to him friends, whow,1I ROBERT LYON. p;lIE Board of Directors of the Union Bank aca
message to both branthc of the LrgiVatur'vhicU lungcherih the recollection of his virtues. January, 12 b J83J.- 23tf Talhhn t(. O.tllb"r 27.It. 1538. ItI JL Flor.da: has ordered the resumption in specie
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w s-> read, and printed copies ordered..No I -. NEW GROCERY AND--PROVISION-- [ I FOR NEW YOliK. of all: their sues of a its. denominaiiun thin five .

buiinessofiinp rtant-c bas .\'rtl.t'cn l triti.jrtrd -I j SUUXEn'S.. I STORK.PJOINING :. T lIE brig Nlnircd, J. ;Hmith.jr. master, in ready dollars; and render Exchange on Checks at ii httotwo OQ I. .

since the organization ( tile isljturo : Kerr to receive Fur per Cf.nl. premium. JOHN PARKHILL, 03
I.cJi in 'it!l- A tf Kirks y, oppoM.c: the cargo. height or passage,
cr branch. 'cxt \H'ek we pr<'Mime the n'IIlcrs Port of St. Maths..triived. ;. I FJondhri Offic a1.|piy to the Master on board or to R. LYON, Jan. .5, J839-21 .-

will lie 25 bliK. 'up rfinr Fl.mr. Nov. 10.-M-If TiiIalMhe.Robert -- -- -- Provisions.OR .
ready to do LJ i III'!', when Hi si now alpcnl \- -- -- ,
B rig Lueiii'ia 1 llarKtiesh I \ Y, indie IilllldfltH.C'.r. 5 ut the Convcn i jon will probably! take tl.cir i iWe ,. S 4iFOR:: NEW YORK. \\ uppr Dejothe
i : Oltan.l, \.1104::. n"UII, .uJl'. lu sundries 10 fir''ins frchh Gol.en Bu'ler. u.' fellow ing articles: '
.eat! >dlr.'l'I"r., CJujJ. .V, milZ'1. II buu nl's. 10 'n'I'.1I l Cijvin mali smoke 1 'I\con. 11 \i -nUE Bng BJOROJF. O, Chase.in'tr. 'Z' Bids. JMip-rtino, Fiour, TA LL.AHASSEE7THE

fJu1.i,1J! bjuw lifter i'loin Win. J ttail. I 5': r miler at St. .1I.uks
or to
of. 30 kegs new I>*ufl ml. .. 3 Ditto Cinvas; Hams, respectfully to inform his friends and the public g.'
11-1
I'KIJ. Inn'Jlia. gitin the ; LyXov
paitic'ilar-the nri A cem.ts-, SI..li..J.J: |Uu.I"fI, "37 lm.m Ic.* rutlcii.Mir. 40 hoxec G'Mhcn! rLeesc. 21lh. 18: P. 5 lSb!:>.\Iolas. e.. tie rally that be is prepared to executewiUi, au*.
dian fight near thai! j>lucc noticed in nur las, ati-1 Tubuuul a. Llivui, New C'rlcam 1'2J balerLU 75 ao 'cks sal'. -16-tf 5 Ke;s Goili-n Butter. ness and despatch every variety of :
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in which the whiles mot with :n.orcd; <'cidd t-uer-nss 1{ .lull JII.S.r.. 10 :,!Jls X. Odt'.III& lu\r. ice- rirm 3 Ctmks Cheese, Plain, and_ Ornamental Priniiajfraucn

han in any ithur cutest outing the war. Tlu I I I HuL"ll'o'Jlllu. G'lh.II\. \groelo.] \':thi a <:c n' i.il I :'5f,rl ffil'nl.f Grccines whi h f glHE subscriVrs have this d iya.ijciitnl ih.mu ]- 15 BJa. Sugar.C .
aieolFtrol low fllr ca.h. I selves tu:e'her in Ln'incks nrr'er! ihe Firm Kegs Lard. R. A -.
affair J.IlACKLCY. .
nficHtsthe '- _._ Aae
higltCul credit on a:1! C it. -- r .
r.ugrd m --- --- Book
i WM. B. CURRIE tf (;'OILMAN; & HALL. Handbill*
They will Land i'
| t.turii h ivcij ci iii'iasf 1:1: -1 t IIC bl.II' k-cpon Ta1i"bs.I'. Jin.5, 19S9-tfEPISCOPAL '
Sir,-On Piiday the -lili insl. al out three mifsom !.-. .L}tel M. <\\'iMiVcl. C't. me htioiy imlificJ t"j'I."elllh..r TallnbiH-ee I3tli Jan. ):::. 2HtfKUUNITUUE I jl nil timta a gonerai5orLml'nt! 0rWM. pon'1*. Pamphlets, Posting do., .
thin j.lacc, on or war the road lead to TallaliiMee ----- -- -- -- ---- P. CONVENTION. tv
i GORMAN
nj{ 1 ;.u c HUHus, I hall iilnn six uiont b ,- Cards Bittt
fires, were dis .oicicd where of WAREHOUSE.W. C. ; E hereby given thai the tlv ofLadisgg
u In C HALL rnctlingof
party ,
da .
IOTI
from e a i 111. e > < court ibr 11111.1 di- ,
l-PY /ui.ty I e.
dians had cammed on ilia nielli of I lIe, J5J, iiy Mr. iii ii--'. HKNuY: : foNt I). G. GRANT, fr-im Boston II.IH ja.l opened 'Hiey, f.Tj cct soon to receive a fin; a .o.Inl.'nt of : 1111 II lIal Convention of the Protestant Epis Circulars, do. .Exc1ags I

Hall who WAS out In utili;. \Ir. II. returnd l.j I J am.. 12, i.-II.: 'J3 tiu tlfy wtflt splendid nn-ornv.nt! of Fu-niturc r, IJ.rin 1 Go..!.. co;.al Church in Florida, will beheld in St. Johns Catalogues Nofaoj
Mcgrtiolia: and mtde tie: necessary report of having "v.'r Lifoie tfl*.rel in this City conii,ti.'g in part Tallaha"sp.l", Jan. 5.1SC9-tf Church Tallahassee Wednesday the 16th of January Hands_ jt
found --- .''tcntre (?arTl (rtss. and Worlt _ 1U39. And all kind of Law J1lc
camps. I immediately: raised ton men besides Kiainjj LaW '" 1ST of letters ihe I'obt ., it
I lrifiro
in/wlf. an j went forthwith lj their fire took their WANTED.IIP.Un I hairs J.-\ery dc arption! Sofas, Bureai $. nn.i rallaha! see on remaining the M day of Jan. I 1839 andnl at] Divine service may: be expected d lily in the On the mist rea-on a ble)nd a.cpmmbda- ting U

trail and pursued Jim t-, lie! rii'er hem we found I I i ith 1' \\'iztC' I 'ughiti and .ne II.I i I bhckr Lo"-Kin? GI uses-Coinitiiif; Um-m, Bill 1 Po.-uMe before advertise(I. Church during llies.cs.sion of the Convention. .

<'m crossing-! rut five (T MX had cru t-pd. One] !I 1' iI. I.I.
..ftlem&s chopping; : i-almrtn. and was slut: by Aj j j I' y '<* A. D>Mihati in .'?(>n !.:,:.Io, Or L i |tie! tub- I -\\ .htind! < and Bfd'JteJds t"ce her with manr: Anders. A. R.Ant'cr Kni h*. Spl.l\\OJ LEON"SUIEJtIOEt" COURT- 1\'Sa portnli pTpiubUbtiaiafwin this ciLi 1

one of our 1I1.n who had l In:. n MMI into j m ihp t." "" >i i'j' r 1 -IT "'11'-! I liuAl:1: nlKcl'o.!' I ,t l.i r article. tom nU.fleroui to nr.enli in, all wllldl .. a prntfeman who can furnish slew tkcna4olkirs
l" .itiiji I tc"i. ill sell I at the l jwe..t ratss. Purclu's Mary Kohn. Ferdinand EXPAHTE iretttlon for dower tIle' d capital. Funbec inforciat'oncan Med Wsm.
low. \ rn me
t that the In J
.a ti. com iu'need tHIm"" and j JOYCl'H[ II\I.K.: Ah l'n, J'lnjnmin F 1 K.., lluTJI.Knijjl.t Edward P Grant Senate Durant
.> Iriculilrly: i"vi.d: to rail md C. Craft on application thia office. '
examine for them- at
firiujr .LIn 1 to.!. I .
at whi It >
us Mar >roiiilly: | rl'IUflwJ-II filI j : : S :$1 Br erse, Arthur LineatM: and Penina Grant. deceased.4LL it
cvsNi L.W. 22d
I I 1. n' Dec. 1839. gQtfHE
rry' .
ing became genera! on bo'h ndr. cud. lasted abcut -- ----- --'- ---------- Uembrj') KmnitliBurnett '
3
Ll Levy Dny notified of
Jan. I 1-2 1"31. !g3: 3t l pt-'n-ons aie the filing of said prti .1I.tJ.RldNJt-d
thirty inmiitc1Tbe Indian uit'dnw fr"m Iltl! I MARSHAL'S SALE. I Jol-.n A. Le-ter \\111.2Broclionborough -' and that llifi fame will be heard and dute r- JOCKBI UI1'-
river and we {."uud lJ.cro w t* tlO cliancn f-i* :I'1 rnzmrc W AliGU-l Jrm.IJ.Linl'crgcr C. mu ii.cd .it T R she
I nnxt Term of ICes Marianna
11)Y'illle of n-\-"-rl writs iiI J i. FJ. indued f r iwo 2 horua beVcral April said Court. over Cotifl
and horse
fun wilh tftcm nn tii.scdc: went <.t, <.i ;:1It' .iJlt one Carryallsr Burges?, Mary Ann Laster. Mary E.'J Dec. 23 1338. H_
out of the u"cri"r[ Court of the Middle, For 21 4t commenceoaWednesdaythe CtbofFebrnary -
rwamp got our cs and pu>hcd down to llic: I I r Jersey Wasrgons. pale bv B"rhydl, D. '. Lester 1539 and j
J. continue four '
di-triol I I'enjd'.ni _
that ol! I'lo: ida, f fur; Jiii'tTKon Count t ill whifhT.ijl I Iluilli WM. II. FRANCIS. SALE.CO kegs Baltimore 1st quality days. i.
bridge crosses the 5t. Maikc near th c; I' J' t-, .; Dirge John J. Lynn \\'m. Ut day, Citizens Purse 2 mile &
\ and I I .r and otiteih arts rhint.Jr-1: amid J.unt, I T.li sma' e.' Jan 9 P3:' 23J Glades butter, warranted. heats,, :
\vcntupon tI.e cast nd" In gjin up the rnci Duller, Charles Lockrtt, Edward 2nd day, Club Purse .
Klilt:m la DclVlidiUll, {Ii )Inc liiVied ll'ill, .ind ltnll -- -- 10 kefrsN. Y. Oi-angc Co. Butter warranted. Jockey 250,09
tr.ul I dit-cnvered an' InJi m hunting; I j."it oil my PI.llllt i (-.tibl.c ale. oil Saturday, lh 2J! day of Ft \ii'hiRY: & HARNESS.GENF..l Br ady. Josiah 2 Mur.den Wm.Mattair 3000 lIme cheese. 3rd day Jockey Club Purse, II. 000,00
liorte and reque-tcd the m<'n In rem.in: ti11! I r >ii'd L bt ;- ,. '! AL.ifcsor.mtnt: saddles biidls &, Hello", Maria I D.fJaltzellThoma Lewis 4th day Jockey Club Pare, mi.'e hfata'j id 5 Jf
m i.It. al I h'.u.1"a.d
l
ury neM, day, hid fulow.11I:1 : Flour Whitkpy Rum, Arc. for sate ij
creep and give him t-h-jt. I followed yl'so: h' ai.d four Imrseharncts.Formic by -
up a him about one o v 2 McMillan, D r. I r.o .l. $250,00. -- It
I a hilf mile bufure I could el i iti'u I l"IJp.rly.'izOun: negro boy Squire, bou: by W II FRANCIS. HENRY BOND. t
1J"'Ih of
1'1"t lo civ f- Campbell, Thomas 2 :lolle"rn.. G. E'llrancemotiay each day, ten perccD\Jh.e
iSjearsof Kilcn 29
him the ronler.ts flf my r.tlc. .A t lat I g.t ill |i land ac. a ul'med 16 year HjJ.. T..IJh"I'fllphn91839: 23tfFURNITUKK. C I.apple, Benjamin M ason, Jainew: D.r._ 15.3. __ 21 3t amount ofthe purse run for. t
a man aid 2"i ( th.mLm 50 _. !
out hundred yearn. ; njjed JI .III. ---- ---- -- -
-
a yards of him-ho had no' d M-n. j j'J't'n{ Corlev Jaiki-jn Jl111I'r., Martha STRAYED OR STOLEN. The New Market Rales, will govern :in all e&ses.
j woman fl.l'd -13 A.I No,3 l"ule 9
"
Trrrd me until I took u dt'liLt'r.tl i-lmt at his back yeir oolton : R. The above Ries will lake
Richard
Carpenter ulurjt Col.Oakford. place under
lime went jBH l 1'ilK) i"jlit. iced (cotton marc or I lebs, and bOO) : TaLIesIalo.n)' a"cJ Can ii'at I FRO'agon: at the Planters Hotel, on tie!: Knew t
wnling on ihe cd/cof the At BURr-.ieX. ( N. or anizitionofthe Marianna
KWamp. ;(tn 5'Itt UOMI, ii'm or K\*. : .- ''a.It., s'ngle; and double Hair riigimm, Henry diaries CIVnnej' SORREL HORSE, about 9 Jocktj ClnlvvhScl* -i

the wan crack going (of o fall the but pun he stumbled and I thought ] l..Id Juc,l! Jint."Id :! Mattr h iss, &{-. For iae! C !.,[>r. %Will 1m 2 Thomas or 10 years old, heavy built broad breech, and a little ias elected.! the following_ officers for. its maoagemenl. -
rtco\ercd and wont int'. th I.yJr. Christie. Jacob
b iii i UL sold li> sitiNfy -.ud writx ncc'.rdlug' in H.FRANCIS. Payton, R. II. inclined 10 heavy ear, with a white star in bio .
Kwamp which was about ten htnjm distant, atd hid ,;' Ij \'. MI.NOH WALKIIH.: UI'jllllV Man-lul I. Tjlabas| Jan 9 1 :3:. 23'f Coa-land| A fa 3 Pool. C. I forehead and it'i a regular pacer. Five dollars reward W/FM.B E. HARVEY, Presidant.
him from me. I think he must have into tin | C CHEESEBOROUGH, 1st.V. P? .
cot "I| smrretlicrJoseph Hankm David 2 will be :
: For SAM'li. II. VUI.I.u.h .at.3.tri. /. given to any person ivho will return
D. PITMAN 2d V.
rh'cr/ltt we hunted the fi.rhiui.Vc CHINA &. GLASS p.ALLENH.BLJFHSecretairy.. v ;
B. M.
Fwanip closely j 12. loJ'J--tf WARE. Clark Elijah Randolph, Wm. 5 said IIor=e to the subscriber,and all reasonable charges
then went to the fire they lud bullion the east vide F RCN ell China Tea and Dinner felts, Win<'s Cumining, Alfred Randolph MM Mary E 4 paid. Apply at the CV.y; Hotel .
ofthe river, found a number ..f 'hot bi f, M.in-? I : --: ----- -- I &-. For ,',Ie 'hyV.II.. FRANCIS. Crorsrnan S. N.Carr Randolph, DI. Jamf' I". JOHN THOS. M. WHITE Treasurer.

- Lct. &c.; found also wli r>- they had burned Il.ei'I I MARSHAL'S SAi. ':. T.i Manage Jan 12, 1H39 23tfHI Wm.A. Randolph, Miss MaryantcrJanics Dec. 29. ]8. MILLER. ALLEA H.:BUSH, SecretaryMarlinn .

bloody clothing, and nk d uji time LLiody I It-mt-s m i :; 'r.i'jrtup. of t-undry writs of Fi. Fa. issued out ----- -- --- --- --- ----- -- C UandillphValkcr 12131 i, Fla. Dec. 6th 1833fi2m

iiderthat we should: not be able to
then took their trail and pursued it sl>oiil a mile! {j for/ (JaiKd n county, in whifh lrkin> HopkinH a isti! TiT IT. Lea.l, Sl'trr'l.\IId Lu.t-ccd Oils. Wii: :' Cook, Dorothy Head,Carlton MADIIOX COV. TT. ) ALVORD resrecifully ainounc 'io dt :
rons nully blood and While \\'ifl I S ins, A. Youny. JO'IIIBOH! I.mibit l' dow Gla\Ikc. F.r ale by i will be received for /. citizens \
finding bloody ::othm ii th .1 j t Cr. l Dietz, Daniel Reed, Wm. M. pROPoSALS building a of Tallahassee and vicfniry tla1 his .
'. they had stuck under logn, 4c.Vc at l.vA found a 1 I I'JohnVnls! and Wil'iain' S. (Jumi are riinnliflT- W. II. rr.ACI8.TttU.ha"n Dcwitt C. W.Pcmillv. Iligan Richard HOUSE in the town of Madison: Writing Room will be open for the: reception of

l.T 'C nuinbfr'T|>ai.k-< hid beiiind 10ltli w! oprned i I i'ami' Julan"lIn ii ief.tid-mnt I have levied upon _ Jan_ _9_1819._ _ _23ifFANCV _: t J. L. Stc\1gthl\Iill8 Nancy mail the fourth Saturday in February next. The L di.(. and Gentlemen who wish to improve in !

end burned them; while we wi-re en .i:cd at that.L |{ |and m tf''all: e\i| fci: t'l halo at public a si.:|:ois, to t heAt AND fcTAPLL JOODS. I;ly, F.'H. Stephens!.Cy nthft D building wiil| be 40 by C2 feet, two stones high- the .his important branch of education. 99 Fndcr Icc"' l

three men went in iiit of ni.uther trail, and i!I lm!':l/eht bidder, tor rash, t (elore the Courl-lnu-e "\'i'\I. II. FRANCIS offers for sale, a general Iphraim.lI.l J. Shaw, Capt. John roof base lo be hip-e.J, wilh n Cupola in the centre. The 2:st, 1838,'on the corner of Adam aad'COatoa

kaw one run in >> a i.mk sole; thy shot and killed I d >'-r in Quitir on the I2ib diy 4jf Pebr-iary ii. ; 'f'f assoriui'iil of Fancy and S.aple: Good> Evan", D. L. Smilh;\ IarFhan R. oflhe.waJJ to be nine/indle, thicker than is Streets, upstairs, directly above Dr.BeutWI OT {
him0 then bunted I JI.\I Ii 'lire on Mi'l day time lluv\iii" <; describedproperty l niial for buildings of ihw size. The Basemert fl ee. ..
around but C.IUd! not fmdj"anymore. I 1'0nooi\lint in pan of Silks, Shawls! Worked l-'ishor MI'S; C. Seabrook Joseph '
On lo wit:- iiu niitl lacd un.rms Fuller. Story to be 12 f.'el high-the floor nnd partitions l\tr. Alvord hiving devoted about tight Mttlrerears
return nj lo the fire when woj'j ca[ cs, English thread and bobmcl Buckley S. Smith M.'J'hompiuin.
be madj
burned tho thin;", there was Indians .nored I by I! '1 lie < afcl half of the fo'llh vni-l quarter ,>f "rcm mriC'g: ljroadcloth, cassirnrrej batliaets and vototl F linn, Thomas LukeTayfrR. l'b 22 of Biiik, t-> be divided into fmr rooms, 20 | to giving instruction in this iiiaportaat
.' ti.-n 4, i eomeof the rsnjrf ; t noilh 'ifil i be shall be able
whit'i' illg Also Peter to sat
mfi( at time wo made a charge; i| ( "-n "isintimr a, ounaburgs, &": I.;us Ffolhingham: 11. 12
on aniving *t the fire they were gone.V5 'lien L ; quarter tif n'I.ti..n y. lown ''iip" 2. range' :}, i it I..ill,. ejps, loot, and tlhces: for ale low for ca.h or approved !.er,'Tlionlu Thornton. Benjamin G. by 18 supported by pillars: -staircase tocorn'llcnee isfy themr.sLssngnineoxpectatons of lewWi'mey

looked off toward the river and flaw one niTiniiiy I in the County of Giidi-d-. Territory of Florid:l i credit.Jan. Frasier, Samuel Thomas Mrs Annoy :io i above in the pa'sage and terminate in the Pc r- disposed to place ibemselreistructions. UndbISth..

ire took after htm, and li'iroe being Mecltr than "!' AN", time I llo'.viuj Xe!ries to wit : Kudy: ,i a 9. 18J9. 23tfU Fraicer Thorn Taylor! Wm. RoathFra -:hebuidingto! be lathed and plastered. '. ;<

the (Itterl',1 came up to my him first. A. *oon .'n I got 'woman! thirty yearn of age: and her ihdd 'fuurJ'f..lltll 1 -.-- _ _ Fanntleroy, 1'innnl'V SThcusn Benjamin 1 12 Tiii windows story to 32 im\e four fire pl'ces four doors and Terms for a.course of 25 Lessonj. $15, payd.
lights inches
up in kbout fifty yardx of him I demounted that j of aye, name hut known und Simon n I boy PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES.; Fritzmun, lipstian Tomlinson, Mies SarnhFielchcr 10.by2 each. In advance. .
at Th '
time lie torned to slioot and did this; I I l2yars i of II fc, and .cU"a a girl nboiit 11 year iof J>WILL be told to the highest bidder on JJ' d- : Lt. John C. TaylorL. B. upper Story to be ISfe'.t high-to have the Un'imited course $30. .W" _.t
so; by time next, I6ih inst a general assortment of Court Room 40 feet r!u.ire, anl two Jury Roomsno Hours for instruction r
wall at tree find e, all of which ha b'i'ii let led upon. and to be pro'iliil1nlll m,enehTihsnan for jrerftle'mw. tr&tt:
a took dclilieratr aim nt him, ad | and groceries i consisting of bacon Towkey. George L. 17 by 20 feet each-paitition and eeiFnJ tobe lathed 10 A. M. Ladies ( *
chiefly
he ran arid broke Inn "ad"e old ab tHe propi-ity of nid defu.dunl to fuliilyiiaid hams and G.ldHborou h, Cha*. II. Vaw, K. B. 4 om 2to 3 P. M; sad ;
look two and : "
sid H, flour, batter, Inrd, \ titer crackers, Pilot breadlIIarlu'rcl.llerringsIri..h plastered-fvo wocden pillars to t tMccilin 9 Evening. .
writ Jnw.SAM. y
"CllPII'\ to
sspport .
three rifle. \ aerorrfmg G J. Van : "
I come deer skinf, &(. So rfltsfJnl\Iaj. Horace --the N. _
Le B.
potatoes, voIce jlldes.sett to placed with the back -Mr. .. has rp.coll1mea4a
raisins
I. If. DUVAL Marshal ,,
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Indian Nathaniel Miss Elizabeth
We Gray Van
fighting. were O.utDI day Saturday mideira nuts &c, Champaigne wine, Hock wine t lolbe pnrtitinn'raised five feet, and the platform distinguished individoabin dietans.fltP
-I and Sunday, Lut could make no further discovery 5 1839. fly J. W.OGILVIE, D.M.J&nlla.y Moiiongalie'.a: whiskey, French brandygin, several Gamble Maj. Robeit Williams ThomusWest. 12 1 by 17 feet for Attorney's table and seat to be U. S. thai can be seen hi! Writinkoc,4m .f">
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'j in eon..equenelfJrther; being FO many cow trail*. &aPes boots and ilioe., &r. Gray, Iloricia N. Guuford: nisfd: IS indies from tIe noor4; two Jury boxes one plicationRefferencesv- .
T There was none of our men hurl; M% Bi'iijamiu -- ------\-- ---- --- R. J.IIACKLF.Y. Gore the Hon. I: I*. While Dr. E.: K. on each side, and nine seats for spectators in flontoftle -Rer. Joshaa : nowl- *- I

.l, e Byrd was shot through the bat. I ron in justice to irinrshal!( Sale. Jan. 19 1819 21 ItLOST Gavin, Abraham Waters, Wm. JUdgestD'twomall and two large doors, Hutchins. -, I. I

. I time men nay that they acted bravely throughout; or I By \i i'tuc of n writ of fieri fa cine, i is'u'd out If ------ "i .t". Lt.R.Emil \Valkcr. Isaac with I2wii'dows. Biicks, lime and lumber, it isxpemtd -i_ -------.---

in other words I do not tare In bavo men with i mo.' time Cleuks of!co of tie! Superior Cou it olnd Utl MISLAID. Harl-y. P. G. t\'hirdcad. Dr James 5 e will be furnished in the neigl.borhood. .' "_ FOB SALE. .

4: to act any better than they did. Gat.sdclI in which Jamts Lanier is plaintiff, r> \ NOTE hatid given by Jas. Spear and A. F Haguer Home Thomas Ward George '1'. 2 For fiiriher particulars apply to O N consignment. :: ;

The Indians were about thirty in number, and I Jotln !,'. Collins IN defendant! I havc !levied upon Duval for sixty dollars or thereabouts ibis Harrison .. \V. 2 Warren Col. John JOHN MILLER. 200 ps. common Calico. :

; ,, flom the vest discovery we could make, I think wo and 'all cxposic tohtlc at 'ptbmic auction, to the is Lu caution al: persons from trading for said not Huterndlew J. ,V nrd.l\Iisl G. Ann Hicks Town, Dec. 1C. 1R38. 21 tf 200 20 do Bed Tick. 1

killed and wounded from ten to twelre. highest, bidder'for cash bcrorc the court house'sna nd the parties 'from paying it, except to me or t,. I Hnghcs, Isnac'iJliams Soaborn The Charleston Courier,and Chronicle & Senti- do Domestics* i.,.

--'- -----. in i tfie town ofliuinrI'nh' ISthday cf 1 Fcbmary my legal representatives. ALFRED EVAN H'-rrimsn: Albert Watson, Jonathan or 3 r d. An'Ufti, wi'l! pub.hlHhe above notice till the 200 Saddle BLmkeu., ';

I Tothe Editorof St. Times. 'next on L''; -il h"utsun vaid dav, time t'ol!lnwin: dcBriibcd I Ju 12, I03o.; 22lf: Judson Miles Williamv, Sarah A. 4h Siturdav February next, and forward their 40 dor. Suspenderr. =
Jos-ph I pio.ery( to wit, the N E J of the S E 1-4 -- Jones, Thoma White. Nathaniel arcoiinn |Ii> lliii office for payment 40 do unbleached half n. ii "
1 I have noticed; an article Hgned H. in the T :. WILLIAM M. _ For sale at N. Y.Prices for e..h oc short eredrfc '
I of b i2f, 1t5N ant' W and the S E 1.& ot RANDOLPH, J ones, Hiram T.T Wig inl. Jcsne.Ptreous PUBLIC SALES .
U |,IIaS1 I Floridian, in which I am named HH a cmi n-. th: same scctln) township and ran0-e. and one bay calling for tin above letters will phi use pply to &* B. KEEN..
/ Attorney and Counsellor at Law Of the United States Lands Dee.21d 838.
didJte for the post fIr D ;l lgato in the irarr, unions bay muV: a'.l': levied upon 8nIto< be tIIIy advertised. I. G. SEARCY P. M. in ha St : 2tf

next Congress. I have no idea of tuing a bold
candidate for that or any other station in the writ according to SAM.law.II. DU VAL. Marshal Office in the New Couit 11ouIiQ. TIIUM'ASVILLG ACADEMY. is hereby given that the public sale of THE sale of the lot?of Dorotb?Walton.G omf

:gi t ofthe people of Florida, or of the National Dy .. OGILVJl, Dd\l. 1IE Trustees of this Institution hare again 1 such portion dthe lands ordered on thf 11 thin fn tbe c.ty. DorothyVslton of TallahaMee.advenitd>nd.d\bn\ W. .'. aa
of October last to be held lo bit sold Ml
ii day at the lAnd Office >
Jan 7, 1839. 23ts FOR BOSTON. obliiincd the services of Mr. Scott as Principal the 15th
Government while remains R Terri- Inatisacljaurne&to th, 15th "
Su Augustine, in East Florida dT of Jaaarynext. *-
on Monday the 3d
THE lie1Ieh'00llcr [ of the male department. Tie fonrmle .
'- -- department -
tory. My friends liave well undrtslood my OCTAVIv1, inst as fchall not have been offered at the date of H.DtlVAt,
Vinttl wt.l sail will be under Miss Price of the Dec.
MARSHAL'S SALE. Capt. ; organized I 15, 1839. 20u MGIItIaL
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the of&his
notice
determination receipt at said
on this ml je< I, and particu- port on or about the 20lh inst. I Fo- Troy (at Y.) Femalo Seminary as Principal. and office is deferred .
,
"arly the Editor of the Floridi-in the V trine of iw., Wr.ts of Fi. Fa., issued out[ of Miss until, and will conin'ence on Monday, the 4th'day FOR S1tE.fN -
and of Pawtuxct .
HJIpearance Ui.ek flt eight and pus nge. upP'y to the C.iplain onboard S.uith the High School rf (R. March .
) of the article! in his ocra- cleikk (,flic.: ofiho i'ifn I"r Court of the s lidin atSt. Mark., or to BUTTON & FI5IIk;H. I I.) Assistant. 11x'se ladies have the highest testimonial o that next. b.ndarrd fo i'Safe.A.
paper Also the public sale of lands
of for God'dcn ordered be
dle Detract Florida Oouniy, to 7
as to scholarship, &c. All branches usually! SOOQ bashef*Turks IsInSa1t i
Vioned some regret on my nari, an from I hn.onneiion which F.,/. C'.i.h, und %'m. S. Gunn, are ;plainutliend January 12.h-Si taught in the best Malt|and Female! Seminaries of held at the same place on Monday the '17th! in it. 300 scks Lircrpott GroqnJ Altffa 4.. .

M myself, it may give somo coloro I Lcvs J. Be:I, J"IIIIVIn, bud A. II. .)l'aicclefeudanis '!*-}', ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. our country will bo taught in their rcepeethe departmentH. and the 18th it deterred A/arch until and will commence on Monday 100 bbls IrishPotottui*. :1' \**' .,.
I I have levim d shall day next. '
.imputation of countenanced upon runt expo e 200 cask-d.ThomutonUlBif. -
Jntjng The Trustees \vith selected
my having care -
he obtrusion I to sale M: public Ancii.m to the hi lics-l I idler for be fold on tbe 3jlh( inst at the Plan la- : A particular) description will hereafter be giveu 60 bUs --. ** ?f.'
of WILL I able Teacliern do recommend the I InKtilutirm eommo"
before cordially gio.
my name the publ IC. c aib, btf,re the Court II -u-ifi door in the town .f of the late Hardy B. Cruom, about 20 o life iraits and townships, the sale of which will 95 do "
to all deeirous of their thuds aswmtd CoHiak % y
Vhcn Florida shall have become a state, I I Q. irI" ",on the J 12ihiay! of l"ebru:1n.next, in the mule., two yokes (f oxen, waggojs, carte, bin cii. educating tn be deferred until the 4th of March next,' pursuant 6 cub Bacon' ,
or w rd.. The health and pleaant location ofThom."illo JowU. .
han not withhold my services in any place J\hgal houi or said day, the following de.cnbtd'propcll kinklis tool, (minr utensils, corn, fodder nnd render it)a desirable retreat during to this itice. P. H. 8W lI; ';

prpert where it may be considered by )' to "it; eight Colts and Furniture, seven many'other articles. Also, will be nired out for the the mouths Given unc'er my hind.atthe City Washing 3t. Malk. nec;; -r ;
summer for families frym Florida and a4th'1"tl
e1\o...citizcns I be my Bedtuit-and Ueddtog, .oe U. S. map, ono "'L'ih.. balance of the year ensuing,about seventy negroes,, ion, Ibis fifth day December 1833. T- J 13CT 11' -
L can useful, provided, it stand, seven small tibie. -c,en wash bowls i end among which pro 35 or 4') working hands. Term iso loss favored parts of Georgia. Board may Be ,M-VANBUREN. .\. ,'T .t;:.,. .1.G..J f.1' J
iocs not interfere with the matte known the sale. B. CROOM adu had in public house or private families nn rca on- By the Pieiident : augPIntae
paramount duty't. ten piichers, five dining table*. one ,stand of at r. .-pT1T ;
owe my family of attending uirictly and drawer, fifteen common silting chain leu caa lie- January 19th-tf H. CROOM.. able term The school will be opened on the 1st JAMES WHITCOMB ; 'i .hCntITO; j" i

iiiidttously to my profession, and exceptingtl flicks one losal'lIlterDt and one looking glass aUorwhieltllaabeen of January 1839. Commissioner of the General lAnd Office I -Fornltet, ...tot r'.at.

laviJ.4upuD and to bo Boid.a. WATCHES JEWELRY, TERMS OFTUITION AS FOLLOWS: JNOT1CK., -- br1.e ... t.J
Tao
s | a seat in Congres (for which I .
,
: nevcrad the property of aid defendant t/t *tisfy said writ PLATED WARE &c. &c. Reading and Spelling per term of 54' ITThe & thee tJJf'on $, .ai-4.L
and neverexpect to have the slightest according lo 1... 8. H- DUVAL, marshal, week., ** '*' 910 00 insula Rail STOCKHOLDERS of ih* Florida Pen : J i-'LUMfli'4 ,

;". Ambition. LW.OGILYIED.M.Quincy The subscriber has on'harid Writing and AfUhrotlic. .. 12 60 notified Road that a'nd.Steatn' BootIConjpany are De&I J838. i' 'J TlUV St :
hereby
election -
I deem this not an improper occasion to Ja 6lli, 1839.' 23u a handsome tesortmenf cit the Geography, : 15 00 Court House, the an 7ify of S Augustine'Wi1Il14'h&, 'on atfth'i ihe..' 'a.. .1.; ,". ,tit u .,I.dii- ';

:' /Jlhat-between tbe candidates now in i -- .above articles, d, will receiyeAdditional I Eng1ishUrarnmsrRL1tor7, Philoso' first Mouday in January next, for k President pertn 'f tli.
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Rlretoric &c.MatbemctiutndDead 1600 THE
A I phy', Chemlstr/i .
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STOLEN.AVKRY
ido STRAYED OR the Myeo'Dir"torsbflaid -
Applies daring
[eld for Delegate I have nochoice.,: I i "' comrany. .r 1
Languages, 25 00 Iti 11II .
'ICMOD. He ,
MI
.maU 80RKEL' MAKE PONET, also.a large By order of the Board of Cftree/ors daaaohed '
>.t *greewitbeite i in I French 5 00 : b" ; pr.. 1 :
f pf-tbetn opinion aa "blu in her fftttu: and lon('tntne nppty of Windsor .Rifles, "? K; BGIBBSdecret&ry claims ;
inr
most or tbe leading'pdilica!I'i picsofl!he and tail, strafed or WU 'tol I'rf from my lot in Tl; !;--bfchh. sells] very low. Htatsurct 'Do; With'6thar studies,' : J2' 00 ,Dec.JJ839.; ? 81 : 10 the agamit,,ubabir,1i R :'
Drawin'and.Palulin'iztia 12 00 g-
'Tt wfaicb'witb' roe would be.the: controling Uhassee nbo*t the 16th December. Any prMn the pukUctlaLbcbsj in bus employ th* 1 b,,t ; XX .% Tbe editor.of tb. 4.ck onTilI Courier :"hoisjust1yautbona4i /.
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I. iurn1ngotivingnyi i information about. the_'tx>. ot watch-t.p lfetKm; ne pWgW Wm. ll that toy 'LesVins_open. the- Piano Forte, .- .2500 FloriJian.aifTsJlaJ 9.' will- debltd will .
were pleat pablUh I,. eraons call.
I"Of1J.fpjia1.fe iiigi ord of the '
lullb berany iroik.' ntr stad M tfr t avs & OtPt1! ; kVy r TroatcevEDWARD I above aouee'aotil _
.*. rewanJ4.f e fejT-/05e.E[ r0. the Hondax In J.Quart 1 llcqMla ,, _
red.ol."e1: 'UC 'COUld; cagily dee :, I RoBTwft'1LuMS. 'in Jin the belt ThttInCr.FREDERICK1'OWJhnuutl | : & .,REMINGTON f3ec'l.. 1 nesnMacfthiIrbiI1at tie e -

cboice' ( fiil izatyIl839. 3" q .J1 n. l031-2Itf J ..! jr'dti" ; i-'t'.' ,-':' I.. "f'H' _______
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) a ...1X.tlM&. DAVID S. WALKER, TRAYED from my ofOlrobar St. Marks I PLANTATION ,FOR SALE. of pursuance of"Decree ot the Honorable, the PII.! are ur.ly and iOJ.lI.t 'eistabl. ,.Lneither
-- about the latter part a Black Stud be sold at public sale, on the 1st day District If.reurr A sui eolwamineral.i.
; NOTICE ATTORNEY AT LAW, 4.0. WILL of beforrnand. Superior Court of Leon Count,'. Middle "Ijmoa 1, Arseaicor
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with marks harness him no other (unless privately disposed Jfo IftJothcrcomposedpf
WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Districtof MULE on of Florida, I shall poceed to sell, as the guardian It l\eyer. .
f fill* mntha after data tb.subscriber wi .pply marks reccollected. A suitable reward will be given .) a valuable tract of Land, containing .I1tat'; ; .aN eMirl,
C. deceased
19 10 Honorable Court for Florida. His office is the first room to the right under a I of the infant heirs of Z. Fort, raread.
of which cleared and the yirtues pilat.
300 '=
cut county for his delivery to me. near Monticello.orany 560 acres, are said of ",Ie)
in
rf Qtiaders;fefoaave t. her accounts and over J. B. BullsstoreinTallahaueswhero he may information, so that.I ret him. fine fence. Said track is situated 7 miles froTa1l4husee' the following described lands lying county nf, Indiannever tribesindt.i; "I&'io Ion, know to aninImal'tatil'al

; *e cbera,land pray for a final discharge from tho always be found. MINOR WiLKER.Doc. ,on the Georgia road, and has upon It to wit ; Tbe'east half of the north east of quarter the north : cJtmt! 'r.troS me enllneflt pha.

r: sjdrolalstratarehip of lU estate of the late DoeL Ro. Fresh Garden Seeds. 2M, 183: ?. U St a dwelling house, gin house, screw 2 corn houses, section twenty.one section; the west half and the west l"rornt. pretenders to t8t4 Jrh r nnlrno. to the
bid H. Wilson. HARRIET WILSN. JUST received a fresh lot of Garden Seeds, and. several negro quarters &c. Also I at sante west quarter of twenty-two, before admiDirter ta lOaelene.: Ind 1.re

1 v v. ? Adma'x.with of the growth of 1838. For sale IN CHANCERY. time, a 20 acre Lot, adjoining Tallahassee, on the half of the south west quarter of section twenty acorn ination. dleatlOU

t Dy hat Attoroy. JOSEPH McBRIDE; ( S.8m) by E- BARNARDJr. Joseph M. White & John D. Edwards, Executors South West, and a 1 acre Lot within the Town. two.Said Their firstoperaltonialQortbe ._
tfoioa BaKfc of Florida. Tallahassee. 13th Pec. 1838. Druist.DISSOLUTION. of E White, deceased, Persons wishing purchase, will please call and sole to be at public out-r ry before the Courthouse I stomach and bowels tnna .' u
I lOOT in the Tallahssscr on Saturday :
< city ,
examine llit W..P. CRAIG. and era lilies se'tthj .nl1a
: itfTfckRDERED by the Board of Oirecon. that vs. premises. constantly
the 12ih 1839.SOLOMON
of
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transaction in James L. Pariah Administrator: of Thomas Dee Ji, 1838. day January I to remove the hardened ( w"itJ. .flu
k f' X lhakocn for the butDt {TftHE concern of D. Williams & Co of Monti- G. BECKOM, ae.ts .
t i future be from 10 oIcka.m.untiIo'c1ockp.m. cello, having this day dissolved by matual con- Delphy, deceased. DENTISTRY. Dec. 1839. 18 con volntroni of the smal iDtestinn.: C3II
.; L .- 'Jun<9<4 JOHN PARK HILL, Cash'rMY sent and agreement; the undersigned beg leave In the Superior Court of the Middle District of subscriber informs the cit Jons 8. -tsNonce. cines only partially those these, aad kS"
this Florida. Jefferson County November Terra, 1838. THE respectfully collected masse behind, as to *' '
through notice earnestly to call all indebted produce .
upon hiss
f sous Bebeit Gamble Jr. and John to the late firm for a speedy settlement as their subscriber having been appointed Auditor Florida and others that lIe ALL Persons indebted to the estate of Benjamin costiveness, with all its train of evils! or sQd4s&.'
I the
; -.leJr. and my friend John circumstances entirely forbid a longer indulgence. THE Receiver in the above ease,to collect ant permanently located himsslf Tallahaasee, for Chsiren,deceased, are notified thatlleUleme-ut thereof arrhoca, with its imminent dangers. The aetrtti

Yarttbill BI.are 11'gnt and wiend One or the other of the subscribers will always be leceive all papers, vouchers,end effects of the es. practice of Dental Surgery. His practice will extend must be made and all persons having claims effect of the Vegetable Life Piih is to dense the kid.

I t my bUD from present at Monticello, for the purpose of settling tate of Thomas Delphy deceased),and toseUlesaid to the adjoining counties of Gadsden,Jefferson, against the name arc notified to present the same neys and tbe bladder, and by this means, the lists
tory. JOHN G. GAMBLE. the affairs of the estate according to law, hereby gives notice to all and Thomac, Georgia. duly authenticated within the time prescribed bylaw and the lungs, the healthy action of which entirely

:: Jonag < concern.DARIUS WILLIAMS, persons whom tl e said Thomas Delphy,deceased Office at the City Hotel. In case of my absence from town or county depends upon the regularity of the uniary organs

DfiU A. Itt. BANDOLPI I JOHN A. CRAIG. is indebted in any mannci whatsoever,to render to W. CROSS, Dcntut. the same can be left with L. A. Thompson or J. D. The blood, which takes its red colour from the sgtacy

HAVING loeated bimlerin e, of- Monticello Dec. 18, 1838. 20tfoftht him,without delay, their demands duly attested according September 27th. 1838 _8-tt_ Weslcott, Jr. EsqM. JOS. CHA1RES. of the liver and the lungs before it passea inu

prr..oahenic.to tbajpublic.He to law; and all ;pet son* icdebud to the tame LAND FOR SA L" Qualified Executor. the heart, being: thus purified by them,and nourished

i t b 10aD otc. ,. J. II. Ran Office Ta'.Ukasxff Rail Road Company. > will aiake payment immediately, in order to enable will sell tract of Land consisting of 32 October 13, 1833. H3mADMINISTRATOR'S by food coming from a* clean stomach, courses
Mf1 BveeUA4mtnifttrtUion TALLAHASSEE Dee. '2, 1S38. 5 the subscriber to settle the said esiato: as soon as I my with freely through the viens, renews evciy part of the
cultivation
4p 170 of WOTICE.
acres in state .
] is given that from and after the 1st a high
." NOTICE possible. WM. BUDD.Monticello. of system, and triumphantly mounts the baansr of
4 all ceiw-d good gin louse and screw, a sufficiency negro ALL demand Clu iato- .
; Notice. next, goods will be 15th Dec. 1838. persona having against health in the bipomin( cheek.
taktngoutistteri or nin-ini.ir.iUn at the Depot of the Con'pany at St. .Marks andironoforroJ cabins, and provisions enough to supply the plnntation pher Smith, deceased late of Jefferson County, will The following are among the distressing varietyof !
mile
NotTcc.ALL 8
stuaf.d
.
;
firrt land is
the TIle
HAVING on the Rail Road tree Provided 0 year. render them attested the Administrator Lift
7. Cook dec. and having ofatorage. duly to human diseases to which the Vegetable PIUS
o 8mut they are removed wiiiun ten do/a ru. ti.."r persons are hertuy cautioned frc appointed D .ic C Wilaon.&q. my attorney receipt the Depot at Tallahassee.! From their ..nain note of hand for five hundredand ing Mr. orimer and other Immediate posicsion the said Adminintrator. the first
DYSPEPSIA
to cleansing
payment by thoroughly
in (act all pe against sad increased means of transportation the Company fifty dollars, given by the subscriber to Var- will be given. For terms apply to Duval are
DKWITT Adm'r.October20 and second and How of
C. W. stomachs
present them ddy authenticated w is prepared to forward with dispatch all goods and die D. Causey, er bearer. Said note was given for Hutchins, TallahasseeB.. A. CHAPPEL. creating pure
lbs time prescribed by law, and those indebted will cotton consigned to them. The Company have also a certain tract of land lying on the Oeilla river in Jan. (1. 1838. 22-tf 1C38. 11 healthy bile, instead of tbe stale and acrid kin ;-
niakeimmediate Jefferson Florida dated l TIOUCK'SPANACEA.. Flatulency, Palpitation: of the hear', loss of Jppe-
please rxtcnaite Micds for the ef cotton county, sometime the 1st -
prepared -
payment.CAROLINE s COOK, airu'sx. at the Depot at Tallahassee. sloiago of August 183S. payable the lit of January next, TAKEN UP supply of the above valuable! medi tile, Heart-burn and Headache, Restlessness, III-

D. lSS. 18-6w_ By order of the Board. and signed by David E. M. Scott as security. The OTA null bay II 0 i.sE. supposed to be 6 years 4FRSSI1 leceiHd. For sale by temper, Anxiety, Langour,and Melancholy whictr
I .*.. Notice TURBUTT R. BETTON. note was paid by rne on the 26th doT of November old, no particular mark ; tho owner can have him ,STEWART BARNARD. are the general symptons Dyspepsia, will vanish ."
last, before it became due. is ,. notify all whom it may Dec !2. 20-41 8ec.T. R. Ki Co. up my the whole of the intestines with
THIS rndn. will not again be paid by me unless compelled paying for this advertisement. by cleansing length
:: that after the of six weeks THOMAS II. HAGNER.ATTORNEY by PORTRAIT Ii An TING. a solvent prOt'essltnd without violence; all violent
course of law. DAVID SCOTT. TIIOS. B. WINS
I apply to the Hon. Judge of the Court of AT LAW Dec. 8-18 1W.V"R. P. OPMANintendstr! : locate himself leave the bowels costive within two days.
I Len for Letters of Guardianship for the minor Octobr2Lhi, 1838. 11 1"" this cty d'ring the Fall and Winter, and forges n and Cholera,by removing the sharp send

. heirs of Asa McCoy late of this county dec. Tallahastec, Fla.'VILL ..Notice.TRAYED Commission House, New Orleans. I hopes that! '.iioge who may wish to obtain his servirexv.il fluid, by which these crmplaints arc occasioned, .

THOS. L. HALL, practice in all the Courts of JtfiddleNT from the subscriber LONG & GKIVOT, call immediately at his room, over the and by promoting the lubr'cative .secretion of tbe

. Dee.li 1838. SUtf aamr.Notice. / Florida. Office aljoinngtliat of Leslie A. ) the 25th October, near .,)- HAVE rjtablished: themselves at New drlrsns A'-aJt-my where they may aho see specimens of mucus membrane. Fevers<>f all kind, by re>toring

I Thompson, Eq. |1161| I II ticello, a bay HORSE. The only the transaction of Co timission Business, his p.'in'illg'. the blood to a regular circulation through the process

; Co-partnership heretofore existing under JCxecutor's Notice. I marks recollecied: l ii'. white spot on nn>l solicit the rnlrol1:1gcIf their friends nnd the T..Ili1ha.Ofe Nov. ti, 18.S. 15 of perspiration in some caacs, and the thorough

THB finuof LED WITH&. TILLGHA5' I lie tell shouMor and bushy tail, it is cnpposcd said publc; to which they pledge their best services. Notice. solution of all intestinal obstruction ir others.
1. was dissolved by mutual eonant SIX months afterdate shell Jciteison apply to the Judg florsa will make his way up into Georgia. A liberal Arril 35-tf 'v\itIt. JESSE S. RUSSEL is my authorized The LIFE PILLS have been known to core rheumatism -

I JU. All persons .ho have claims against of the County Court of for a final reward will b. given to any person \,h<> shall deliver JUST RECEIVED. 41.1 a"eatY: hlie I am absent from 'he Territory. permanently in three week*,and Gout in
al settlement the
4 the 'rm present them to Mr. Ledwith for settlement and discharge from Executorslup of him to me in TalJalmg.! e ; or any in'ormntion HUNDRED OUNCES French Qnl- JA8.T. LIPSCOMB. half that time,by removin;loral inflammation from
all those in* -bled will make E. White, deceased, Lite of said County. ONE the muscles nnd ligaments of the j in' Dropsies
. I ; and payment JOS. M. respecting same will be thankfully! received.E. Sulphate, Acetate nnd Muri.ite of Aiguct 5. I33.I'ENSACOlA. l-ll
_ kin atone, be being duly authorized to settle the WHITE. B.CLARK. cf all kind, by freeing and strengthening the kid-
t Dec. 8ih : Morphine, and a general ass'rtmeniofFrrnch and MAiNSION 110[Sl''.
13t8.: Executor.
;) ) aU MICHAEL LEDWITH. ---., --- -.- -. ,_c_,__ -- Tallahassee. Nov. 24th, 103*. 18 English Chemicals. Twelve M.thoany Medicine ales and baddrr! ; they operate n\m delightfully
DR. F. BEATT1E I NEW CITY nr PEN-ACOI.A. on th'.s: and hence have
LEDWITH continues business at the |[ important organs, ever
NOTICE.JRCHASERS Chess and a large supply of Drugs Medicines
I1Ut. his Professional services the HE t'1: 1- a.-d b. found certain for the
a to citi I su'-yrribcr having purchast'l as? en a remedy \II orst cases of
daily OFFERS For sale
livVADDCL
expects Val DI'rtmtn Perfumery, &c. &c. T
S Which* be will able to farnish h customers on ald the adjoining country.His I of property at the sale of the \ UvJrWOLP4LEWIS.. turn:tnre of ihi wil k'>--An p'tabltf-lim Gravel. Alo, Worms by dislodging: from he
tae bMt b M. office is on Adam Street comer of Clinton opposite estate of the late T. W. Sc-abrook are in- 41 from Mr. Tay'or, t'e !at propri tnr will be r terms. M.r 19
I Tallahassee L the residence of J. D. Wcsico'.t, Jr. Esq. formed that their notes are hxlge'l) in the Union dy to rceiv% vi..i iror. by the I I"' of A ;>'rilll' \i. the"cc-e-.tJ-'ei tdheie ; Asthmaand Consumption,
J At,4.1S. -_ Tallahassee, July lIb, 1838. 48-if ank for the collection of the principle and BOOT & SHOE MiNUFACTORTTIIF.subscribe'refpectfully N>tmer.-us and rostlv iintTO'sem' ts will l b 'o'--.I'! s II y rel'ev.nj the hir ve tls of the lungs from the

J louc. in thisaity interest due on then:,on the 1st January 1839JAMLS \ informs in the ar/nnz'-mmts i.nd' acroinmo'Jatioi.s of ric i; 'I'rUII,vrlnrf. even s'ight colds will c'ccaiin i ,which
THE heetofore existing AGENCY AT WASHINGTONr"ciTYFRANCIS G.\USnl- the ci'iztti4"f Talla-! \hn-ion Hou'e. New and nsore-"mmo.'i'n-: i ifn ): icmoveit becomes hardened, and producesth
: under the name of CANNON &RUSSELL. A. DICKENS of the of Wash Dor. t 17 183d. 20tf tr.iiii Ho will !, lat'i ill b' dreadful diseases. Ulcers sad In-
theo City ha-see anl l vicinity, th.it he las: ; ixe.s ) bniltraml warm \ -se Scctry, ,
t waa dtfsolvvd on the t6lh of September last by resigned the appo'ntmentheld NOTICE.ALL conimen.-ed Hie infn>ifaci ripg of provide( nt all hours. Astable will> e attached to vetrnie Sores, by the perfect purity which thesa

death of Mr. Eussoll. All persons having claims by him for several years in the Treasury and War Boots and Sho.'i in this city, in ihi H"nse with good 8c-f>mnv>daton! for I oll's'md, Life Pills give t.) the blood, and all the humoors';
f against said partnership will present them (or set Departments, undertaken the Agency ofCbims thosn indebted to the cutatc of T. Gerardin the building immeiliiipjy oppi siti; ih .More ofj rarrinK1'First rat'! bores ad carriage will b,* Scor'jiit'c Eruptions, and bad complexions,by their

S teent-persons indebted will make pay- before Congress, and other branches of the government will plcate mako immediate payment, as no further Fie.ich &. Cook, on Afunrcie ?t whrc he I"rrcpar- also krpt for hire at mduate prices, and fail and alt-ratire effect upm the fluids that feed tbe l..iD.

d Jt im..iatcly to WILLIAM CANNON including commissioners under treaties, and dulgence can be given. cd to manufacture nil ortirlesin; Ins line buciniss, row L\II'!. with per.-.ont to m.tnae th m fir this the morbid state of which occasions: all! eruptive

Surviving parter.b the various public offices. He will attend to FREDERICK GERJRDI.V.Nor. he ha?good workmen his employ, and will war- use of \isitors. B.lliards: : oar! other amusements complaints, tallow, rody! and other disare.abI.eompkxior.s. .

Tallahassee, October lu, 1838. all pre-emption cla.imtlle procuring of'pa. 1i"lh.1838. l-2n rant his work to be done in the best manner, nnd at usually found a: wateiing places, will also be furnished The use or these pills fr a very short

C DISSOLUTION.THE tents for public land claims fur horses lost in I NEW Flit;,. reasonable price and so conducted ns not to inter'ercir time, will; effect an entire cure of Salt Rheum,Erysipelas
o heretofore existing; under the service of the United Sta property destroyed 1 T HK subscribers hare this day associated Boo' f'o'.ed 1101.1 other repairing: done on rc-rom the comfort and, quiet of the boarJers.! The wine and a striking impiovemtat in the elearaessi

I. Co-partnership ofDcvAt & HUTCIUVS this day invalid, revolutionary and navy pensions themselves together: under the firm of moiJRtmg terms. :and Iiqncr will be of the best quality; nnd to ensure of tl'e skin. Common CoK's and Infinenza, will

dissolved name mutual All having claims for revolutionary services, whether for commalation Gamble & Held, FREDERIC FILER, a full! sapply of ice, a cargo h1alre'*nyste cured by onf dos, or by tw", eves in

u demands gainst by consent concern will pieent pens% them to half pay, bounty land, n* well those for the purpose of Iraneartiag business in the city April 8. 1 163*. 3-t-tf old reJ. which will .irri\e about tl'e 1st of May.: the n on: cu s. Piles-as a remedy for this Dna

I Fosurr DCVAL, who is fully authorized t against the slate of Virginia rs the United Slates; of TaUaha5ee. ELLIOT'S- tJoirSTClTRE.DR. Mr. F.G. Ba.nard, who formerly krpt popo'ar! distrpsting and obstinate ralady, the Vegstab
I I .LU.all debts das by theconcern. And all those(. nil claim growing out of contracts wish; the government They will have 01 hand at all times a general Hotel in Washington City will cor.du--t thi Hotel Life Pills deserve distinct and emphatic recom-
ELLI JTS
PLASTER ha'l c\1 with
M\l. him. or damages sustained in consequence of skortment of goods and will be disposed to serve bun lI! for the Proprietor who, with such aid, confirfci..tlyensure mcmfatinn. It is well: known ti hunJrkd in this
make to
will)
a i i.e payment ALEX. FORMY DUV AL I the action or conduct of the ,Vernl And indeed heir friends and the public upon the most ("o.a- success : And wherever it IMS tha visitors of 1 l\j t year and his friends cty; that the proprietor of these inva! able Pill,

I I W. J. HUTCHINS. I any business before Cengress or the public Jetcrms. JAMKS B. CAML'Lli. been remedies introduced for the has superseded the usc of other generally, that they will receive every possible attention wa himself! afflicted with this omp'amt fbr upwards
1 t; X2d 1838. 38-t offices hich m iy require the aid of an agent or at. SA HEiD. rure of'orns. ; and the/el.y expects to bite gcarral satis. ) of thirty five years, and thai be tried in vain
TeUaLseeee. April A few ill entirely the I
application 'i remove largest
d torney. June ?, 183341 _ _ and lac'im. every remedy presented within the-w ho'e compa.of .
NOTICE, His ch1rg* will be moderate, depending upon GALLIGHAN'S VEGETABLE rr.rns prevent further pain. The heal advantages of this heu!e are too well the M at 1Medira. He,however ngtb>tried
" Months after date / shall ffreeent my ae. the Il\\oullt"rtht claim, ana the extent of the scr Price SO cents per bix. v.-ith directions for use.Fi known to n"ed lengthened de crij tinn Sera.\ The be medIcine which i o now offerl to the public, and
SIX and vouchers t the Hon. Jude of vices. FF.'ER0 AGUE PILLS, r :ali in Trtllahas-je': nl the Dru: Sti'M uf facts that I\nsacoa! is tIe brest navnl Maticn of he was cured in a very short time, nf tr his rtcove-

p, the County Court of Lion County aud pray for MR. DICKISS is known :o mnst of those who have I A certain and lasting cure for ibis dueis:. For WAD DEL, RANDOLPH & LEWIS5. the Govemmfnt, the K'neal r'nf.ZVo! 110 of the ry hid been pronourrcr! not only im robitU, but

b\ any discharge as Executor uf the cnalo of Ellis been ia Congress within the last few years, or who sale by May 18;h. l->36. 41-lf Gulf Sxuadion; the sutubiity of i ksclimite, refreshed a'lsolutejy' impow!e, by any human mOn '.

w" Bnrney.leeweed.. GUIU.OID RIJRNEYCx'r.If. have occupied tiny public station at TVnshiugion. WADDEL.' RANDOLPH, & LEWIS.TaUahiic'e.'Aprjl : Notice.OTIIESubscriLcr constantly Jurn; the Mimmcr months by DIRECTIONS FOtt USE.-Tb nropnetor of
B Legatees interested in the All Icltora muni >. ftnxt Jiaiil.References. -. iRS.:; 3 having erected R STEAM the coolest: breezes from th.- Gnlf the beauty of the VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS does not fo'l! nw the baa
ttr 4 I are to pot' in their claims forth I .-Gov. R. K.Call G.\'. W m. I'.nu- ia4 \\ \u TICK.HI. MILL at his plate, two and a half milo East ofTnU the Cay and the neighbor ng islands and rivers an i mercenary practice oldie qaacks of the day, in
n we fa.t al, Gen.John 1). Duval, Maj. Jessce H. Willis. "' HI. .- RANDOLPh! ATTORNEY ti with 1838. 4-Qio April IB3S. 38-Iy'r. Y Y' AT LAW, will practice in all the Courts with Lumber and Mtal th >se who may favor him the waters abound, and proximity tc the best Sou- N') goid medicine can possibly be so :required.
1p Middle Florida, and will attend t.>svch business with application. JOHN G. GAMBLE. tl-ein imrkfts: give PensacoU the preference overall These Pills are to -tnkon at ted tiro- every night
Ac.
STORAGE STORAGE
(r- Notice,, as may be entrusted to hiscare. Office is the building -Nchan.athto: June 23, 13 S3._ 46-lf p her pise! .-s in tliCic latitudes, as a healthy and for a week or fortnight, <-COr- aS tiiiacv
, THE uceipt. administrator of Elizabeth THE Subscriber has taken the Store foimcrly formerly occupied by Call and Walker. Charles deli.htflllll'jmmer rcsnrl. of i he dw-'nse. The usual dose is from 2 to 5; ae-'
gives i notice that at the by J. B. Peachy Esq., at Saint S. Sibley.U. .
dee October 2th, 1637. 13tfQ7 First rate boats will run between Per.saco'a and lfding to the constitution of the person Very del-*
t next Spring Term otl.con. County Court, he wil larks, and will attend to the storing and 'GUN KKfAlKING.&JOB ORK. S. Attorney Middle District ot'Iio.O M ibi'e! and will at a'.l! times be able 10 lak- t.e! p.is- ie it? pers-ns should begin -ith but two. and increase -
t"" fiaally settle his accounts and apply for his die i iP forwarding of such articles may le R lined t'FEItS his prtiJesion-vices as Attorneyand sei'g-rs frtin the Ne--\ Orran.oonll. as the nature ff the case may r"eire; tb..

ekarr* I administrator as aforesaid. to his care. By diligent attention to his business E.N'J. METCALF having removed from Mr. Coan.-fllor at Law, in the coHeciion of N. B. ARNOLD. more robut, or ff vry costive habu,' begin
g PATRICK 8MITH.Beet. he hopes to obtain'a liberal share of publc: B TOWLE'S to the well known Shop of Mr. Jo- debts, .S-c. in Middle Flirid lie will attend: all Persacol, Feb. '13, 1833. 34-I with 3.and increase to 5, or even 5 pills iu.iy,and they
I 1838. 4-if I Pat tronac. WILLIAM II. MATHERS.St. the corner Monroe and St. ihe Courts in the l\I ( de! Di-trlc'.
th t. StAll EPSON on Augustine G'nteiin! wishing to encase Nmn-s fir their (,- will effect a sufficiently happy change to goiJ! the
u1 Dl 80LVTIO : Marks, May 19 41 I Streets, pposito tho CAPITOL, will at all Ufli'a Monroe Stre.-t in it
WIt, TUX Co-partnership hertofore niinnJr WANTED.A times tic ready to attend to any call in his line. ocrUPIt'cby Wm. Wil>on, as a Uook Store. Mr. ScwillT. Tnj''.>r, RtNew Orleans, the former occasion sickness Rod -miting,though very seldom

tU firm of OA VI& KINDOH8, i diSlfed by : BLACK BOY as an nppientire to tl.e I Tallahassee. Oct. 12lh. 18Jit. JO-tf Tallalns_(e,\Ia)' l-'th. 1633. 40tfiN proprieor.ltefereneeq. unlesH the stOlT.liCit is very foal;this,Lower r, may

11 mutual! Shoemaking hll incSl. Apply toFREDERtOlv E\V DJUG---STOltl';. T SandfVd Faq, Mr. C Cultism, b. considered a favorable symptom as the patient

1: The business will be continued el the olJ ..tard'ti FILER. i THE sub cri'jers' have formed l a co- artnersh 3. McAlpin q.Lieu'.Kibby, Ibie-S! T Tay- will find hiirself: once relieved.: and bv p.rsev rance -

;- by WM: 4- HENRY KINDO5: -Tallnhaseer.June 16, 18 8-tf 45 I in the IJrug business, uudcr the firm ot]' Plor, P Rca \ew (hleai.s.COTTON will soon r cover. They usually operate within -
8epiaaiber2,1838 7 if NOTICE. 10 or 12 heuis, and never give j.aio. unless ibe-
i Months after tho due hereof, we will apj ly Wnddcl, Randolph, & Lewis. BROKERAGEAnd f owels are very much encumbered TLey may betaken
SIX They have just received and now offer for sale
NOTICE the honorable Judge of the County Court Commission Merchant. by ihe mot delate females tinder any cir

DAN/EL au\oriud spent .fLeon County far Letteis dismissorv on the Ks one door north: of Mr Birge's clothing faUi-h-- subscriber would inform! his froit:: .!s ansi umct311ces't is. however, recommei> fC nient, on .Monroe street, a gemaal assorimcnl of THE
settlement of the Clte Ta- tale of the late Chandler A. Pendle'.on public in general,th.u he has,'mlTltn'ed those in Ja'er pan d'ofpieznancy.should take "r
d" usa deceased, in Leon County. P. KERR FRKtill' DRUGS. MEDICINES, POINTS, ..rdOL.L' the bus'ne-s of Cotton Broker and Co nmi" ion one ala time, ant thus continue to keep the bowels-

PHEBE TATUM, Admr'x. R Y. WELLFORIJ \ togetl.er with a variety of Perfumery and Merchant the City of New YOlk, and is now open: and even two may be taken *h-n tbe patient

an OoU> .? t.) 18 11-tf Uf'e 16, 18 6.-45-6iv8. AdmiitrtorTOPLANTERS Carriage & Harness Making. fancy aaticles for'.he toiletlloidusfrom prepa-f il to receive: Cottoa. and other produce in* is very eovive.: One pill in a solcrion of two-

lot Notice. KJ:THE lubsrriber ha vine engaged the servl Physictuns.Plauters and countrymerchants tended ("r this market: which he will dspose of MIcommission tablespoons full of water, may be given to an i ia
rs of a skillful Carriage and Harness Maker,fron will be thankfully received and faiLh- anSI fl.uters himself that from lon fant in the following doses-a tea spoon fall avsry
PEEN Sets Call Iron hcRmcnt? suitable ,
r.1L] Superior Court,-Middli ,DittrittTERM. THin seararrived frrm the HaUiuiorc f< un. th* North bcffs leave t i infori' \ his friends and thepulJlie fully attended to H-tfW. acquaintance in the Northern and S.'u:t.crn market two hours till it pentes ; fora child from ODe to

1 ,- 1538.I dry nnd for sale by BlT'l'OlFIHlEH.: Unit all orders for repairs &c, shell be punctually W. WADDEL. ", he s'.all) beecaMcd! togive&atUfaction tosueb five years old, haifa pilr. end from 5 to 10. one pill.

(I Thorn.. Brovn Compl't. Janet) 44 and nc ttly executed. B.J.H.RANDOLPH.LEWIS. as may feel disposed lopatroni&e him, not only m THE PHOENIX BITTERS,are so nll d. because -

0 vs. ( InClian- Notice.- Saddlery Work Done. I C. the sale! of their produce, but i.i the investment ot t'.ey J10l "the poweromrestoringiheexpir.ing -
K. D. CL.\T1K NOTICE. ; of the proceeds, tl-ev order direcLJUSTINIAN embers of health to a glowing vigor throughout
go' C.C. WillUaiaJohnLaudamanHal. I r.ny part may or
eery.I W. CALLAWAY i. to
3 JAMES my' agent Tallllha. 5 163?. \ the constitution, as the Phicnix is said to(I-e restored
de I Difeodanta.h ull business In M'uldlu Florida. "'e. May L'9-if I ..IIIsubscriberjnformshijsfrjcnts! and t.e! fO:. j DAVIS.
'. WN the order of publication mods in the above my A.McNElLL.June7th. --BETTGE .ihr, tint I.e has j'urcuused ito entire stock in !o. CO, Water Street, to life from the ashes of its cwn dissolution. ThePho

c JL case-the name of John Ludaman. one ('f the 1838. 46t tf informs the Ladies and trade DUVAI. & HOTCHISS sad the business will New York. ?nx Bitter? are entirely Vegetable, composed oT
ao; g therein hating accidentally omit. RESPECTFULLY. .. ce sad its vicinity, hcrcafler be continued in his o' n name in ihu lime r.srt FESCEHR. roots foacd 0 >ly in certain parts of the \Vestera

we!I 4r.tbnl, appearing to oeD u1i.fation of the NOTICE, Ihcl he will continue to give instruction on the store occupied by th'tn. 11. rctuins his "l.a-'ks tn ir. Wil'iams, Saui!. Keid.: Gov. Branch, Tal- country, whic'i wilt infallibly cure FEVI.RS AND
rip Coottthat be is not an inhabitant of this Territory ALL persons are notified that the firm of FACE PIANO FORTE the public fur the liberal encouragement he has: re- lalus'pe. J.ts- Lanicr.: & Co., Qninry. J. B AGUES all kinds ; wil' sever fa I to eradkata-

} T7bu1 lires in the State of BAKER is dissolved by the death Edward ciiveJ, and he solicites continuance; ot the. sa.1. Collins, ATbn'icclIo. "'. J. Bailey, Maj;' "lia.W. n'irely all the effects of Mercury infirately sooner-
-I It therefore ordered that said defendant doa Face, and that the business of the firm will be settled For the next winter reason, to all who may favor He has on Land and M i il I continue to keep a get e.\\ G. Porter, AI alachicola.! Crafg DafHn, S. than the most powerful preparations of ar*ararila .-
.0 I him with their rind wilt immediately cure the detenv ination of
subscriber
the as surviving patnuage.He
of such
and answer tlie Complainant's bill, acer by partner. assortment goo(U as are ncressuy for thetown Joseph.
: "Y apper Mdtog law, sir the same will be liken for con. DUNCAN BAKER. also offers for sale rain a large assortment ol and country trade. lIe invitee all thoslio Ffb.3, 1 3'I; BLOOD TO THE HEAD; .,evermnjs! ia tfcirkness *
t Chauahoocbee Oct. 16th, ib38. 1'2-tf Music for tho Piano Forte, just received have incident to Young Pec ales! ; and will
1! teaeed t and that a copy of this order be published among oUI.t.U1d.DJ accounts previous to 13J3, to call
.e certain in all r
in in the FOR SALE. the latent publications. and settle the san.c. Order fiom tie countrwill lie found a remedy eases r> nervous
forthwith some newspaper published city A CONTRAST.
oi. four months Piano Fortes repaired and tuned on reasonable he punctually aucnded to, and furnished I debility and "-akne sr the moatimput--ed conati-
for pueceuively.Dyordsrolbia goods
D > Tallahaaee.' Honor uri second hand PIANO for sale low, if early terms. His room is at the old Court House. the lo*en market price. at I. ,A LL n.iti jtn1, friim the aemoestge?, have hail tutions. As a remedy for chronic and iufl>minatory
i application is made. Apply( AD. BOCTGBR. ZJss''IIIJut found out the way Rheumatism of the Phoenix Buters will
> Tallahassee} October 5Ui 1833. 9tf. The for nil kinds of I C"I..bul.only efficacy
THOMAS RANDALL, Judge. highest prices given
country
.Z4q Tallahassee October 17tb. 1858. IZ Brf the bottle The
--- to Amtrict. >re tlineofth.grt:1tSpa"bhI bs \1t'nlonislrated by the use of one
I; 1 .SSte. B. Q. WKU-roao Clerk. COMPOUND CAUTION. produce. ALEX. DUVAL. I avii'H.or.j'e i;,;.c were only enabled to paddle about usual dose of these bitters is half win glass! fnll;

=e,!,q- T.kh..yomber19th, 183816'f ESSENCE Of SPRUCE, ALL persons are cautioned 0gainltradir| for Tallahassee.- April 23. Iff.M' _3S-tf the -l hore.. ,'ust lI) with the Lie: /eilicinr.. lti i. in water rr wine and this quantity uay be taken.
di. NOTICE note of hlnd'cn by me to Daniel Carne- LESLIE A. T HOMP ON. I IATTORXKV t 1"11 iwj ihr'.\etrs .>ifli.-e I firs ventured up-n aninkn two or ihrre! times a day, about half an hour beiore-

.tte ; fBlHC Co-partnership heretofore existing in teh for flatting Beer, gae, of Tnomas county Go. for one hundred and tf COUNSELLOR A T L Air, !I AVT. rc.ani'n.t 11 li.ivc diacovcred the prcritmsobe meal,or a less quantity may be taken at nil.tiaas.

: JL name.of STEWART 4-BARNARD, : Vitk direction for ute.-For SALE by mty-five dollars dated the 12th of October l I.st, TALLAHASSEE, Fuoiaru. ( "t I 1ia* in scarc'i HEALTH. Vegetable To these who are amicttd with inai;esrlon; after
I
Ai 1/ diaadved by the death of the senior partner, all WADDEL, RANDOLPH, & LEWIS, payable thirty days after date, as the consideration H'.ING resuti.cd the practiceofhis profc!.io1 i.ip i iir.cs: \\e/e ii'd'eil kn>>MD, w'ien I ronimer.ccd meals, these bitten will prove invaloable.u. they

ieg8 persons indebted to the urn. are requested to niakepI 30ib. 1838. 47.1( for which the note was given has failed, nnd I am will give his prompt attention 10 any businest my s.a'di. I ut ll.e'r: u'.e was noi. Bythc use of very greatly increase the action of the uipallf'
4 imaodiate and all having cliims will Tallahassee, June determined not to gay it. entrutti-d to his charge, in the Superior Cnurtsof tie i tl.en I have n .' only passed from the lieje.'teJ, invalid cera, help them to perform their faoetJOnsaDd enable

plwae adtement Notice. WM. CANNON. Middle Districuf Florida, and ia: the Court of ...4preals. to the h.le,hearty nn.f i ar-tive man business, tie stomach to discharge into the bowels whatever -
?t1t Lo tme. months after date we will present our ac Tallahststfc Novemhrr J I. buirompraivdyspeftliflgI have renewed and
, E. ,Jr. Surviving! Partner. SIX 1838. 1 13-tf my MI ffessiveThus indigestion iseasily
4J-tf and vouchers to Uic Hon. tl>. Judge of: -- Office the south side of I 1 thus wih confidence ir. '. .
Tsllabaaee July Uth. 183ft WATCHES, JEWELUY, Ac. on Washington Square. I youih. can : r y own experience speedily I ieTovedoppctirercstored, ad the mouthscf
t i n. GROCERIES.- the County Court of GadsJen County, nud applyto Feb. '17. 1838__ _28 ndvt'e wub my fellow citizen Dors tie asorhen t vesbe's! bcins; cleansed,nutritijn is- I.facilitated. I.
be discharged from tbe administration on tho cs The FiibcriHor has jjiit re FURNITURE FOR SALE. the reader want pi oof that the VEGRTABtELIFE and strength of body aid eurrY.o" *
. JUST re/u ived per achr Pocomokee and Ful) tate of Samuel Ed wadr, deceased. lurm-d from New York, with MEDICINES are suit.ib'e' toh's own case ? m.nd are the l-appy resnhs. Foi fiirtbcr p10brs -
. Baltimore.lk RACHBLEDWARWS.Jdiur'i. P THE Subscriber has in store for sale a l-cauti- flic otHce. 367 hun. and PHffiNIX'
L" a large and handsome a nort- 1 have on at my Broadway, ofMOFKAl UFE PILLS,
bbls. fresh Family Flour. H'M. U.IIU D.'RD. .dm'r, ful asioitinent of Furniture, consisting ct Hufiaus from .f Jfo. 367
letters the Oce
2 U inent of tho above article., dreds of sonic moat rl'p"ctnhle HITTERS, appy! a: AIr.JfotI.tt' .

n!! half bbls. BuckwheaLrniq J>.ly 18tb 183)3.) t5.6m 4ii which lie expects to open lh..I.*Si Uhoarils.n.I..rt"Wardn.les Onl. *.., P.r Tables! ,MI*Ladies..!A J !.ft..Work"ft"- :citizens of this, .iny native bind l. voluntarily_otlVrcii Br..acaay, New York,_ where the Pills_ cat baol -
600 Canvawed Hal 1! early next week. Also a uiauu : SJ&OfltiO, a via'i wuau a,\ ui icu nun i%i atIrass in testimony ot the virtusofa A GOOD VtSE- !t.ii!ied for 25 rent, 50 cents, rr fl per oox ;
6 Casks do. NOTICE, Urge supply ofWiodsor Ri- &c. &e. R. J. IMCKLEY.Tulhham -I TABLe ldEL)1ClE.! and the Bitters furl I cr2 per botde-TZrNU-}

n4. r 6 bbls. No. 1 Mackcre. : /TLL persons holding claims against the estate cr. Plated Ware, &e. ee, September 13th. 1838.
ba half blls.
va 4 boxes Winchester cheese. them without delay as I shall present my vouchersto have constantly on hand a of the day, \ill bear me witness, that the Lire Medicines some obstinate and complicated eases oa ,
fe 6 boxes fresh Rai.ina the April Term 1839, of Jackson County LAND FOR SAI.K-; THE assortment of LEATHER.suitable! ,nnd such only, are the true course ti> permanent chronic and inflammatory Rheumatism Liver !

1 bbls-soft shell Almonds Court for a final settlement, and ask for a dis I HAVE a first rate tract of land rorl8e.! lyingon fur Gin Bands, Harness, Carriage Tops, Boots and good health. J OU.,.UOFFA T. Complaints i Fever and Jgue. Dyspepsia, Palsy|. 1

sri t do Currants. charge from the fnrlhor administration of said ilkkasukie Lake, Leon county cmiainmg Shoes &c. Also a constant supply of LIME, and Pllr.sI juries from the use of mercury, qaiaia-e,

e 5 boxes preserved Ginger. estate. THOMAS M. \VH ITE Sheriff 6541 acres,300 of which are cleared vOO of it fresh HAIR, for Plastering: .III of which, they offer and other diseases of Long standing it nay be
ih .fltoon H and Adm'r Ez officio. and under good fencing also in a high state of cul low for cash, or in exchange for bides,at their Tan GENERAL REMARK' RELATIVE TO MOE'bATS found necessary to take both tbe Life Pills awl

Ir bfcls. ( Sept. 1,838. 4.trFOR tivation. There i is also a first rate tract adjoining I Yard. BROWN & GALBKAITH. LIFE PILLS AND. PIICENlXBITTERS. the Pheenix Bitters, in the doses before reeesa-

6 do common Whiskey my plantation of 428 j a<.rcs, 175 of which is cleared Tallahassee Ang 11 th, .'. Mf mended.N. .
I 6 M SALEt'leven hundred and sixty acre I and under cultivation. Both tracts have several These meJicints have long: been known and appreciated B.-These Pills and the Bitters will gt aD
: do g.b.la. head of Black Creek, (our JOHN C. JACOBI for their extraordinary and immediate
tb Land on the never failing streams of water running through mercury out of the system infinitely aster than th*
I &,o-sI't.\ assortment of Groceries hundred of which are cleared *nd in fine condition them I would also sell with the land 10 negroes. FIRST PREMIUM powers restoring perfect health, t8 persons suffering best preparations of Sarsaparilla. and are a certain .
With a general with u gin house, corn houses, staole This & Sofa under nearly every kind of disease to which of Wood to the be.'J.
0 liii new establishment.a for crop; properly can behad on good terms-apply to Cabinet Chair Maker, remedy for the rushing
opening! R. B. y.Da and quarters. Title tract ofLtnd,distant 15 mile I II. B. WARE. Of New York.-lato from Columbus Georgia.RESPECTFULLY the human frame liable.In or all violent headaches, lie doalaureox, Acr Ali
IERR Tatlahaueei.ofgood quality and well wal many hundreds of certified instances, they Iiy.pb7.
from Mickajukie. Nov. 10, 1338. 14tf inform persons who are predisposed to- ape
La .18. 2t I red. and In a good neighborhood. On it are secured the citizens of Tallahassee have even rescued sufferers from the very verge &c. should never be without elJiePtflife rlh*
ithWAltD.I shares of Union BLANKS. of m untimely grave, after all the deceptive nostrums UT TJwry
"ny DoLIAa8 one hundred and sixteen I -_ '-V and of the Territory of Flo Bitters, for one dose in time will save
General Assortment Blanks
of
printed no
the mirehts of the day had utterly failed; and to Wood .tnd dT3W
Thursday to A many of the
We: Jackson M Bank Stock making payment easy equalize the circulation
rida that he
':: l'. good for sale nt this Office. generally, _has secured that
have .
paper
credit be thousands they permanently uniform
: BAY and the remainder a liberal Will I sit from the head, redO* PeT5PITtIJ.and
.._ yl.DIUlhitl" on located himself pressure
*, r, Justices Executions Blank Deeds permanently
F. EPPES. t,1 enjoyment of health.without wh.ch fife itselfis by the peru.(tk.
IIi2.hhOM allowed. Summons Sale in the City o h I 9lh 1838. 14tf Bills of 'E but a partial b e&ing. So at.indeed.au their
in
Nov.
.. a I Tallahassee Subposcai 4ttom&J'a Declaration*, for the purpose of manufacturing efficacy invariably ana infallibly proved, that it skin.
'n\d
.I.-- T.an I SUPERIOR COURT, LEON COUNTY,I Warrants, Reconizaac.s.I CABINET WARE has appeared scarcely lea than miraculous to those I NOTiCE.Perious .
lwholc wi t Ac. & & 4t.c.: I in all its branches, and assumes who were unacquainted with the beautifully philosophical IMPOaTANT
advise
.a*ib rbet 11 aebo Fell Tern, 1838. I I which : using the Life Medicines, art
t the public that it will be to thoir advantageby principles upon they are compounded
JONATA MOUN Alva Spear &Jonalhen T. Fatten \ NEW GOODS. giving order. hero Instead of importing work and upon which they consequently act to take the PjIl3t5tbt, nsu5 tfltqust bwe1 is h.

-D.e.,183a Partners, trading under the firm ors f tDTTHE .ul scribe r has just received per schooner from the north, as the style and workmanship will It was to their manifest and sensible action in purifying operate two or three tuneS 09 tie. tabl* apo.aMof

T rec.d iro ieVYor1. I *&/& stten. > AtUh'lfw' Tuscavilla,brig tilallrs, and Nimrod from New not be excelled by any in the United States. the springs and channels of life, and enduinr course of next day. Also, take before each m&-

4 "-UInpetiorCkeeIS. Ti I |40S JO-100, York,a full supply of Groceries Proil oDI. Dry Those who are in waotof furniture will do well them renewed tone aad vigor, that they were I the ittrn half aa hour enfcebW eowtitotfcaSIFAUtf

. ..I' t3 Wftf' aenttUVI Floor.. John Bi'eab'udy.' ) Goods Hardware, Bagging, Rope,Crock err, Boots not to order from the north, aa the subscriber willable indebted (or their name,which was beatowotvpon I For those t'a delicate.besafficiest.w

. ;15 3WfcW Bockwbeat Flour, defandanl and all others interested will I and Shoes, Clothing, Drug Paints Oils Iron and be to supply all demands_upon tho shortest no- them at the spontaneous request of aevsial individual i brsIfthq aentit! may ya1b1. MsIiciues t.forsttheDagSt.red
THE '
't .JO ulfbWilCd'l'& institution of this rait by attachSot. .. Xails,&. &e whieb are offered for sale on very tice. *whose lives they had obviously saved. i above

:bbU Ata,(firf,o.tkern use) notice win of the and plead t* the declaration liberal terms. Tlanters and country Merchants are Rtfcrenees.-Gor Call.R.J. aek1er,E. Lock. Tbe proprietor rejoices in the opportunity afforded Iii this L&NDOLP1- 4. 3Jsoby

/, .&bgI OShSD butter.'z sad pear 'law. requested to call and examine for themselves. erman, hayward W. H.Bfodie, Cspt.; Brown, by the universal diffusion of the daily MADDLN,8k1ktlt3IiahaitceM&y
filed therein, within the tics prescribed J/ : L. Alsten Cof. UW. Braden Wm. Lester placing .VEGETABLE. LIFE preui if
rw ilia.Tor.:tubs L. A.THOMPSON,/ttj cur ptt! L. A. MADDEN. Cpt 1t1. 41.l
,tu'eP.H.8WAIMi&Co. Marks October 22d / 838. 12 LaY DU'. the knowledge and reach ofevery .
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