The Floridian
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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: September 28, 1839
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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will' 1..4 at o.e dollar forth. CONCORD ACADEMY.TF1IS .. pjteci.VV . 7-.'.,.; ;' 1 .... oP 1'I'O'O)! 'co tnm"/w ; ; .;
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tad *dsr kwM Aw, -.rBEJlEAS.1D8 'How was Kpocs&brjntx&uxaeA
-4tw.1 mona, and three miles from the Bkluaood and ExcRLwcy;tbeo lie old baa not yet'cieput ?
.a*two .. For a einfle eqosjebyProft Fred riebb.rl Railroad. The situation U render GItwcgis.la pctrwaooe of the AoofOovgresspasMHllSih gforyof Spain in a tone of evident surprise*,
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idis7e$' 10 .. o al of four and healthy, ana o'ers.. few tsmptsiions to nee 'Faby, 1793, "iMpeetaf ed. A dioV..qtlroM'VoDI green 'It was. truly so: replied Predro ;
Yoarl1dYar1.l.erw with the privilege fugitives from Jostle Ac" has'demanded the still twine around the reIica
as any in the State. ar- ayed.beauty was an awful thing for human feet
per week 50 dollar. Advertising to be The of board and toitta net JULIUS W. COW LEa a fugitive from ef her fi&aa and erery cloud.wrapt of (
price ,incledtng wash that rock after shadows
iiilaab; Yearly adrertitinf ,uarlerlya.tj.ement and fuel is UM Jostioe of,be'Aid Stale,charged with the erisM b preach
big bedding, :00
$ for Lb. valley
unless scholastic nxjontatn and yine-nursing tales told t ,
will be inserted, & niorder and required his fallen ; for horrible are
of months. delivery to Daniel N.
ibe money or a responsible reference in this j jettv.euest year ,who ten may not wish Students to leave coming the from Institution a distance Smith, Esq., Agent 00 the put of the said Stateto enriched with oft repeated legends of the old.. and it is said a'.magician dwelt neai :

from a ref ular cnstomor, or forwarded daring the Vacation, can prosecute their studies receive and convey the said fugitive to the .en time. The traveler, in the region of Cordova cursed it with' his magic-none of I

k.uar*t. without intermission, as at least one of the teachers County of Jones in said State where the murder is when way.wornand wearied, he turn ants dared even to touch it. How
... oem.nta of esndidatee for offices wil will be in attendance. alledged to have been committed, then to be tried aside into the of a probre aldeanoia overthrow !
Fie Dollars for insertion during the The instruction for the crime with which he stands ared. Now cottage hand of Providence every
charted cou rse com the with I
II rable io all CUM in advance. and sciences generally,and is prises designed Iangusges to ,-. therefore i in pursuance of law, I do enjoin and require hospitably entertained, not only an abundance .-t Heaven be praised! If the Senior
p be favora.bly
ill persons* communications which are ad- pare students thoroughly for College and Universities. all magistrates and peaea officers to be rigilant of good cheer;but, jibe my poor house till to-morrow, be :
.ib1e.coinunscations relating to one's Indivi The students of Ancient Lattaages are in the apprehension of the said offender aDd disposed, with stories about accidents and t what befel my son who stood upon I j t tin i

dull affairs pGft.1't of new inventions new goooV arranged in two classes,junior and senior and are to deliver hint in any Jsil in the Territory of Florida disasters, terrible thunderclaps and supernatural thenight of that fearful stonn. i i'I
rtIffI lItabliabmentt, candidates and the like, instructed by daily prelections and examinations. ,then safely to be kept until demanded by the visitations. It is-also not unfrequent to, wait and hear
st the same price AS advertisements. also exercistd sothoiisod or the State of will gladly your
bs charred They are regularly! in convening proper agent Georgia. with that
Tild pivment must be made in advance. Greek and Latin ICto English,and English into In testimony whereof I have hear some of these story-tellers, I replied my friend, 'for I shall not ;
No account for an advertisement costing less than Greek and Latin. In connection with Ancient (SEAL,) hereunto set my band and love of the strange and wonderful, for which i leave such game as I see rustling j ji

1ire dollars will be opened with any individual, ex.cept Languages: are taught Ancient Geography and I, caused the seal of the Territory to be amx.. the Spanish people are so remarkable, relate!,i.bushes yonder,' and the report of the '

ho be s regular advertiser. Ancient History. I I Done at the Capitol in the City of Tallahassee,this certain auto adventures, which, while they!1: echoed the hills. I II !
for all Jobbing, the cash will be required on the The Mathematical coarse is extensive, comprising I sixth day of April, in Iho year of our Lord, or.e belief cause the warm blood to re I piece successful among hunt of three ::
of the work. Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Plane Trigonometry thousand eight hundred and thirtv-nine. And stagger After a
deliver rush
No wbeeriptira will bo discontinued, until all Spherical Trigonometry, wiib its application of the Independence of the United States of coil and the current of feeling to die de Cabello thought it expedient

arrsaraRM at paid up, unless at our option.S. te Nautical Astronomy, and the Differential) America the sixty third. upon the heart, and stagnate, coldly and heavily the T"mtilla. My friend was

S.SIBLEY Editor. Floridian._ and Integral Calculus. ,I R. K.CALL. there. !'one bottle, while Pedro consumed
--.' i-ve-just received The course of Natural Philosophy comprises By the Governor. 1 have a pleasant friend who has journey. then replenished the
: (three. They I
JH1jT5LL&co. Mechanics HyerodyBamics Paeomatic, Acrons- JOHN P. DUVALSee'y.of Florida.
other arrivals, a eenrsl -' ,ed through the mountains oi Cordova and beI the excellent mountain ( : :
Lies Electricity and Galvanism, Optics and As Julius W. Cowlcs sorau times known by {with game
!sssortmentof the most fashionable style of blue,,'I tronomy. the name of J. Williams, was recently apprehended I I has often lightened for me the burden of a J ran art* in terra among us, but

black brown,mixed and fancy would Cloths be ,Cassimert'VCll. makeup ,, Geology Minerolegy, are taught in connec-, and committed to Jail, in Pensacola for sombre evening by his vivid description of the Cordova, though not less prized. on l
which they pleased to |
a" !: tion with Chemistry. the murderoflsaacijn Jones County,Georgia but :wild and which lay every their
been I picturesque scenery and proceeded on
Laving selected
They count
(or their The'course of Moral Philosophy comprises,I has madhis Conies is I
escape. a juggler and
latest New York ven- before his path, and by his
with great care from the Impor' Belles lettres, Rhetoric Ethics and Political Econ trilloquist, ahuut 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, well,: where spread I ward-my friend being particularly
titioni,cannot fail 11.0 phase oLOTIIIulor \ omy. I made, very sctive and sprightly in his walk; and i glowing recitals of the legendary tales which''to pocket, as memento a bit of the

RE..tI'l M.\DE AU ofthe Studenis sic exeicised in Ccinpo.ilion had in his poressiun numerous article of jewelry :iflow like fountains from the lips of the Span jRock.'

Super Ene black,blue,and fancy colored drab coats,, Surveying,and the drawing of Mops. \ which are taM l to have been taken from Isaacs.Tallshssce 'tiah peasant. { 'We shall have a dinner fit for
Frocks do. ] The Subscribers have had considerable experi- 6 1839 if thunderstorm .
April ,
Superfine blue, black, brown, drab, and mixed 1 !.rnr.i____ _in_ Hirer_____tin_'__? llie- merries-- of the- youthful. mind.au ..1-.1I I ____ I There occurred one day. a severe-. Senor,' said Pedro de Cabello,as they
Over-coats, Pilot cloth, do. Beaver du. Mohair do. I and the efficiency of their plan of education; ;; for: I I I among the mountains. Near the close 'with the birds you have killed, and

Blanket do. for .ing the moral. and ensuring die literary ad- i \ \ i-iJ of a sultry afternoon, an enormous black;.i:tilla you have brought !' And Pedro

Fine lla-k) and cm. Pants, Fancy colored! do. I vancement of their pupils.has been amply tested. II cloud rose slowly from the verge of the horizon thing more on the way, doubtless
&Ribbed do.Spangled Doeskin de<) character and merits of the Institution
Bseltskin Plaid For the vol.
I unrolled its immense ,
and i 1 I r reflections the
Common Cus. d) of all colors,fine blue,mixed I reference is made to the annexed testimonial of \ // gradually with delightful on
and Fancf Sauinett do. the: Professors of the University: of Virginia. I I II umes over the western sky.-Only a few ,,the forthcoming dinner :-for he

Kentucky Jeans dx Parents and Guardians, who m IY wish to place i \\ // / ,I rays of sunlight struggled through he gloom i j|undisturbed by the occasional
Double And sin;le bren>t< d Cloth vests, Superfine I heir sons and wards at this Seminary, are reques1 \ t of the tempest, and seemed as if the firmament and the consequent absence of
silk Velvet do. Plain black and blue Satin IteJ ditect their letters Concord Academy, tI I gun
black -1 to about to be rent asunder like a'<''' of the fallen prize.
were in
do. Fine finreddo. fancy figure do. Caroline County, Va., addressed to either of the I 'boy pursuit
Colored Valentias, of superior quality. Fane;Y subscribers. i scroll. There had been no rain for several;i'i Before my friends departure, he

Silk do.-do eliih Velvet,-Fair fancy Thibct--- F. W. COLEMAN, President. I,days, and though thunder showers were the;:>:ed with a recital of the following *

colored silk Velvet.-Fancy figured do.- .Jquali'y r J. D. COLEMAN, ,frequent precursors of the setting sun, yet tIN'I t which we ahalfcske the liberty to
and latest style cut silk Vel*et do. A.C, COLEMAN, ,heavens had long worn the silvery veil of a!j
superior quality of Ladies Cloth, Merim),I January 9,1839UNIVERSITY jour way.
Thibet, and Damask Cloaks. I I OF VIRGINIA, June 5th, 1R38. VEGETABLE I summer mist and no sound of the elements I L Mariano de Cabello, my friend'a

Children. Germn Jackets and Pants. 1| Mr. Frederick W. Coleman, at the end of his l had been heard louder than the wisper of a ,at the age of twenty,a wild youth,

Merim Cra at., black Italian bilk do, superfin e ;,course of study at the University, received the icgrce j gentle breeze. Storms, whose coming we j never brook opposition, and
twilled do.Linnen Master of Arts of the University Virginia with gazed .
should have regarded terror, are to the wishes of his father,
and silk Pocket HandUercliicf-. I obtainnd degries in the Schools trary
having previously
Cotton and woolen shim and drawers Cloth dc'..1 I,Ancient Languages, JlfalhemMics, Natural Phi- PETERS' PILLS. upon by the Spanish peasant with little apprehension love with a beautiful girl whose

Boys CaUdrens lo. 'losopliy, Chemistry, and Moral Philosophyeonftr-, "THE TRUE RICHES LIFE HEALTH.". ; but wheu this immense cloud J,was inferior to his own. He had

OaklaDdll'hibdelphil\superfine Boots. led,.nJy upm rigid aud extended examinations. i I WJX 7E know that health and ability to labor is i rolled upward, so fearfully dark, every eyeI tives for doing this the first was
Negro clothin* of all descriptions. I The undersigned, having knowledge of his tal-t V Y the wealth of the great mass of the people {I quailed, and every form trembled, and men 'set upon thwarting 'the old .

Buckley's superfine Phiht.deJphil.de fakhioi\- cot, ncquirements and habits, and beintr has satisfied I in this, as in most otliur countries. To preserve,I looked upon one another, as if expecting to 1', had betrothed him some sixteen
which he ad
able% Fur II at s.Mens >that the method of instruction op ted. -.
flue silk, wo)len, Menno, pud Cotton Hi I is far better calculated than that: cemmonly therefore,that health by natural means, is a grand I hear, with the first crash of the thunder, the 1 to his neighbors daughter ; and ,

tlery.JJund; i used, to convey accurate knowledge, .nd at theM I' morel snd political attention.scheme, to further which, requires I I shrill blast of the archangel's trumpet. was, that he delighted above all
Clot'.is.: C.assimerej, Satmelts, mid \ cEgi same time to gi\e a proper training to the minds of our utmost The trees the mountains were dry Allende-in
which upon in..Dolora." i
The has resulted ing
faIl del".ipt\.a. 271''f ba\ much confidence in recommend i him unprecedented success I
n I, ,
Juki received, and are now opening ''taught as centleman in whose qualificationsta a period upwards ot C c years,the numerous ness was insupportable. The slightest shrut' in standing under her window

HAVE' assortment of SPRING AND SUMMI they may safely rely.' ( and extraordinary cures which they have performed -I stood motionless ; and the tall cedars lifted'l tar,& singing her to sleep of a
whkli offer to the public accormodattnc nMr.. Coleman has been rngpged, for threears ( upon hundreds of individuals whom they have their noble forms unmoved and majestic, )
I GOODS, they upon rescued from almost inevitable death, after they up One delicious evening, as
terms. DRY Among GOODS.tbo Stock will be four id since emy heleft and has the thus\en'fyin'onductin both gained experience nn Acad.; and,1 j had been pronounced incurable by the most eminent I like proud victims awaiting the sentence oi', |i strolling with Doloris,he said softly ,

Plain and Fancr bilks. Lawn*. Sballevs. furnished evidence of his ability to ptepar young of the faculty-justifies, fully justifies Dr. their destruction. Suddenly_ the lightning>:.Dear Doloris, I love you better !

Ginghams' Muslins fig'rd. snd Lyonizc,' !I Erenilcmcn to enter with advantage >he University,I I Peters in warmly: and conscieutty recommending leaping gloriously from the firmament and' Well, Mariano,' replied the ( l
Diapers.Irish Linen Linen Drilling, e)r anv other of the liif her institutions of I learning;.I them le the specral; notice of the ac1ed.Peters' the dark cloud seemed a heaving mass of fire. 'is that any thing strange ? and I
Pills the effectual
.I safest most jt.'I
GESNER Prof.Anct. LangV Vegetable are
M'islins and Prints. Summer cloth, I-hARRISON1 live thunder burst from '
and the
French and she
and Chairman of *he FacultyC. and economical remedy for diseases of the A moment- with my whole soul !
flombatines G.UIIe Scarfs, and Cravats, BONNYCASTLE Prol. JUathemstics. human constitution that baa ever been discovered.Dr. ite prison house, and the echoes among the full dark swimming eyes, and gazed )

Ladies Taffeta Gloves,of and all Gause sort,RiMrons W. B. RO iF.RS, Prof. Na'ural Philosophy I Peters, the i inventor of the valuable medicine, mountains sent it back in a continuous roar, !Oh that I were a poet, to describe
GEO.: TUCKER Prof. Moral from his knowledge of the human derived '
Parasols and Uinbrellai>. Summer Vlllllin. Philosophj' system like the voices of a thousand unchained lions. unutterable affection,that look of i-
JNO. P. EMMET, Prof. Chemistry. !from loaf and extensive practice, has arrived to .
white Silk and half fuse, Another succeeded, aod-aftOther-yet. foolish
flack and Hose : J. A G. DAVIS, Prof. Lw this eonetasfofi,that Uwgreat and primary cause of burst tenderness when two you ;
Hals, Osnabtirgs.Singling, Shirting &c. i It. E. G11IFF1TH.1 Pro' Medicine, I I j most diseases is a derangement iu the functions of no rain fell. One more-and a noise was drink up each others eyes, till their t'f

GROCERIES, I J. CAlELLPiof. Anatomy and Surgery. i the liver; or in other words sn increased or dimiuI beard like the crash of an unsphered planet. I!;I hearts melt in a delirum of transport i j! ;
old and Vines,
Fine Holland Gin.pure old Scotch Whukry Cognac Brandy, i' Ff'uruarvGth, 1839- 27-tf I jibed secretion of the Bile. A large mass of rock was hurled from the side i i 'And, Doloris,' continued her :
I So well is this understood that it U common for
Mouongahela Wh'ukey. London Porter, j Twenty Dollar Reward. of a mountain into the ravine below. Then ,beautiful you are You are more '
when feel unwell
| to they are I
Lard Rice, Sperm and Wax candles STRAYED front the about subscriber the first four of yonnff last I I billmat persons; ,m..aninlhat say they have too much they bile on the flood rushed from the 'windows of hen.yen' yonder star, which is alone and j I
I mules May
Raisins, Almond,
Figs the stomach. On the other hand when the flow ofi and the waters poured unremittingly firmament.'
One aunt I with star in his face. Ones brown,
Wine, Butler and Water Cracker, a a
Csvendnh and Plug Tobacen, I j} and two dun mules. Twenty dollars will ee paid bile is diminished, the process of digestion is im down for the space of half an hour, accompanied 'You have told me so a !! :

Spanish Se ar', j for the safe keeping of the four mulch and sending i perfectly emaciated performed because nonrirhmen the patient becomes contained weak in and the I with the gleams of the lightning, and dear Mariano; and every girl says J '

Flour, Beef, Pork,&C. j me information or twenty d.iIUri and all reasonable t. food taken into the stomach is properly extract. l I the constant reverberations of the thunder.In handsomest fellow in the province.' '
ALSO eiprncus paid for delivering the four mules to crude Dr. ten minutes more, 'the sky seemed never Doloris, will j F
I ed, and the food is ejected in a state. 'Lovely you marry
A general assortment of Hrrdware, Cutlery ito in Hicks Town, Madison County, Florida.AfII..LER. |I I Peters is confident that the famous Hygean Theory to have borne a cloud/ and softly flowed ,. 'Certainly; tell your father I am ]il I I
SsYldlery,Beduad Gits ware, Wood ware, lady! made I JnneJJ5th. 1 ---.- '. so called, that "impurity of the blood is the in the beautiful drapery of its Edin hours. day.. !
Clothing. ,Looking Glasne &c.
I I cause of ajldiseases"iea great absurdity. Every And these wild rocks. which so dearest he will !
'Alas! never
Great Bargains forcasli. upon gray .
received a general and well selected the will
just i one who reflects upon subject a moment '
.1 ,!
I oir- HAVE SPRING GOODS, consisting j perceive that impurity of the blood is a secondary, lately seemed 'altars burning with fire, the has betrothed me to another.' :

! 7TVc Sloelke'dtrt of the Union Bank of floriu.'u of t not a primary complaint-U* effect and not the richest incense of heaven descended. The 'Oh, dear!' cried the affectionate

HE following amendment to the charter ofT Fancy silk, ) J cause of disease. When the functions of the liver cool breeze sprang up delightfully, and wafted she burst into tears at the thought of I| ::
the Union Bank of Florida: will be in force for'' Painted lawns, > In dress patera*, II I I are deranged, and the flow of bile increased, it is a delicious fragrance sweet as that which i unexpected barrier to the t'I
aud after the I Sib May next. j, Fig'dSw'tfsMuslir.French > often taken up by the absorbent Teasels and carried .
Jo act amend an act, entiled an act to incorporate Muslins French Prints, into the circulation and becomes mingled with the lingers amid shall we do, Mariano r f(
the subscribers to the Union Dank of Floridi. -I TwUted silk shawls and scaris I I blood as in jaundice, when the patient shows it in 'The flowery gardens enchanted GuV 'My best love we must run I i

," Gause scarfs and cravats. j his countenance. Now, this impurity of the blood The morning subsequently to this storm, 'Run away oh, well-very I! :
See. 1. Bo it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Gents black silk and fig'd cravats II I is caused by an increased flow of bile and to remedy news came to the village where my friend will run away then; but when shall I

Council of the Territory of Florida That if Ladies twisted silk pic nic gloves, it you must correel the secretion of the liver,and had remained during the night, that a huge whither shall we run T j
any stockholder! who has heretofore, or may hereafter -'| kid superior doi I restore it to s healthy elate.I i
obtain a loan upon the pledge of stock, as Gents buck horse kid and silk gloves, I Dr. Peters has spent much time in experimenting fragment of rock, celebrates among the peasantry 'To morrow night.sweetest.. I t I
contemplated in the twenty-ninth section of the I I French worked collars and capes, I with different vegetable medicines fur diseases. by the name of the 'Magic Rock,' had for for you at this hour-be prepared! j| :

act lo which (buiian amendment.hatl neglect to :j French lace cuffs, of the liver; and now offers his Vegetable Pills as been thrown down by a thunderbolt. My 'Oh yes certainly I will. Good ;I .

renew or pay up li'u stock note for the space of 30,. Thread and muslin edgeinr.I I the best most convenient, and cheapest medicine friend unlike our own traveling countrymen Mariano!'
days after the shall have become doe, the do do inserting for
same I .that can be prepared general use. '
into toil and burry ''
shares so pledged shall he forfeited to the bank and Satin,Taffeta and gauss ribbons Dr. Peters flatten himself that his long experimenting who convert their pleasure 'Good night-my blessing! j I

any premium that may be received (rout the sale) I. Stisw and Leghorn bonnets I I with vegetable nie-IicinM has enabled him{ onward, turning neither to the right hand 'II ,. And he printed a kiss on her |!

thereof shall accrue aud be added to the surplus; Ginghams and siersucker stripes to discover the true and only substitute answeringall I!nor the loft as it was made, hesitated not to'I (pray do not be chocked, ladies,

profits ofthe bank. Parasols and umbrella the purposes of .Derenr.. without any of their I delay his journey, for a season, if such delay engaged) and then parted. !

Sec.2.Be it further enacted, That shall be the Black and while silk hose, attendant evils. One great quality of his vegeta-I gratified his curiosity with the sight of any!!are with a wonderful facility i i
duty of the board directors, .b.n any share may do do half do ". pills U that they han the alternative principle got up '
be forfeited ss aforesaid, to proceed to sell the same I White and cord cotton hose I I combined with their cathartic operative qualities i extraordinary lusvt, or wonderful passage ia you have only to escape to the

stpublic outcry to the highest bidder,before the bank do do do half do i that they not only cleanse the stomach and bow.the great book of nature. ;priest, three miles distant, and the 'i

IDr htuse in the city ot Tallahassee after giving ten I, Crash and diaper toweling I 110 by purging, but they regulate the liver, change 'IftheSenor/said Pedro de Caballo an ended. i I

days notice publication in all the papers published Table linen napkins and curtain dimity, ]the morbid secretions strengthen the digestive or- old man, with silvery hairs who was myfriend's Never did hours pass so sl '';

Tallahassee,of the time and place of sale 6-4 and It-1-4 linen sheeting. I gins, purify Un blood, invigorate the circulation, host if the Senor would like to go<1 I Mariano de Cabello and Doloris d
sod the purchaser shall, within ten days thereafter Brown linen aDd give tone and energy to the nervous system. I
execute to the bank the bonds and mortgages necessary White brown snd fancy drilling, I They are mild and pleuant in their operation and see the work of the storm, and will take (I i as those whose sands were j jl !' :

to constitute him a stockholder, and be Ripkt stripe coitonsdes, and convey almost immediate conviction of their an old man for his guide, .1 shall be well;I l out before the appointed time of

subject to the same rules regulations and rertrio-; Hamilton jeans,sunnier Testings, utility from the first dose. They can be taken will- pleased lead the way for I am told that I ture. The joyful period at length ''I 1 )

Iiaad be entitled to the same rights, privileges,. Nankeen,blk summer cloth, (safely by persons of and age; and the feeble the the Magic Rock has been torn down.' :'but, sorrowful to tell the heavens
sad imaanities, as are guaranteed to sn original Domestics: bleached and nnhleached, infirm the nervous delicate are strengthened said I I
I stockholder: provided that the sale and forfeiture Petersburg uensburgs,Lowell doS bftheir operation, becau. they clear the system 'Well, make ready, good host my!presage of an approaching storm. I|f

of shares shall not operate to divest the bank of any I anH 6-4 straw outings el bad humors, quiet nervous irritability, and friend, 'and suffer this little curly headed .lay along the aky, n darkened :
, I Itesi whicb it may Lave had rn the property of the Felt.hera.81 brushes bait mattresses restlessness from whatever source, and invariably grandson to procure some bottles of TintiHa 'sun sunk .down among them

i defaulting stockholder; hut the same shall remain I. Mosquito netting,S yards long I I produces sound sleep. fora walk,of two bounitbis warm day, will!blaze. Yet did the lovers prefer
, boaad for the security of any debt he may owe tbs I Black and white reon holtandi. The VgetaUe Pill are nurevemedy for jaan'f the than to
doubtless makethem acceptable. the ef tempest
j danger
until ant Gents shoes and boots positive. ,costiveness. -
r bank wheiner as payer, endorser or, surely, I Ladies | dice.sick aud '
the same shall have been fully satisfied. ,I made in Paris. .sickness of Ihe stomach, heartburn,all billions The mountain was at the distance of about -.agony pf a longer suspense. j;
I JOHN PARKHILL, Cashier. I Gents ladies'slippers complaints; fevers of all kinds, and if taken at the I five miles ; and after making the necessary -! Marino had provided two tried ::,

I LchI&i839. 31 f Gents and ladies prunello lace boots coiomencemenl will invariably check then progrea: I preparations, the trio set forth-the old steeds and as he was familiarly ,
I -----BufE- -- I Stocks eojlars, \sod save the patient from a protracted and dsnger-,man And bis grandson: leading the way and I i with every mountain defile which i : :
muslin andhypooondrical
I EuL 8al I,130 Ti. bM Charleston RICE *t i Linen cotton. and' .- o Us sickness.- They- -are invaluable. in nervous. -. .I, _-._ .tw vnn. ;n it,haudr.pt. and .rnv friend 1._, f".th.m in trav. n A. tk.wu '
.Aa.V lou ,oi appetite, anaaui I OJiIU MJV WW jfollowing -J w. --- -- ---w -W J
I I *; .u Marks,or Part Loon HOLT, by Mfj LLER. A general assortment Hardware aDd Cutlery|complaints to affections which females alone are enhJ.ct.They .') with a fowling; -piece over his shoulj l j;, er no great apprehension of : { \ :
I sheUers.and *
j -- a superior weeding hoe corn JA'so operate es a mild and speedy purge and are t der. ji the storm, that. every :
I I To Plasters. Wood Ware of every kind. a safe and certain remedy for worms hi children. I ISiueelbave I On arriving at the foot of the mountain,:1 blacker and blacker before them. :
IRON SCREWS received by the Schooner!I at sU limes general assortment of Pao- introduced Vegetable Pills to|
my and the i and of f
halted to rest a while to on I they bounded thoughts :
ready they
Hankey,from Baltimore are now visions AITD GaocKUts,is. the public I lure received numerous certificates of: '
for deliver/ the payment of the same. Apply to j I,I Flour,Beef and Mackerel, their superior efficacy In curing diseases,, also effects of the last night's storm. In the bed:;banished by the syren spells of

luae 23-tf .1'. il. BETTON. ]1 I H... Bacon,and Lard. |l many letters from respectable physicians,who bay of a torrent, which rushed along beneath their and love.' I{ :

----- NOTICE. !"j I I Coffoe,brown and loaf Sugar, brandy I II I used them in their practice wili the boat success. feet, lay the shattered masses of the fallen t They soon came in safety to the

fi IX: montas afler date I shall apply to the Judge j I!I Ptsaeb;Apple O'gnaea Domestic I I might publish a email ,volume. of certificates rock and the'torn and ragged, appearance oft lofty mountain,which they ::
Reetlied WhUkey .J the medicine 'will)
be ftp dsMkarged oftae County from Coert of Gadsden County, to I I Madeira Rum, Old Sliurry Rye.aad, and Fort Wines I I but recommend consider iIlho it unnecessary all who wiU as make tri.lor it.. I}the> mountain's ride displayed the path of the I II over for the double purpose o( y : .
administration of the
of U. O.Gray.., dmj'd, of said estate Malaga Wine cheap for cooking. I II Prepared by Jo.Prestley Peters H. D. No. 129 I.destructive :fluid. The smaller rocks were
CHA8. H. AUSTIN county., Adm. I i I LiNn, street New,York. Each box,contains 40''rent and blackened. -and the taD trees 'of'at the residence for,tho padre ,
JOJM IS- tf I indebted NOTICE.t, to .th. subscriber sic J I oills. Frice 60 cents.. ,For sale by I larch andcedar, were thrown. from their lofty t bind them together in bands, that

-e.-REWARD.- ALL persons notified ,that the ,neta* and accounts,.r S TsUabaseeo" -Randfcipli Lewis_ Edward.' heights,and lay scattered around, stripped of,not aundei..'Tbey bad Uceoded

i BAJI.\WAYtrOID U.18abecriber Oft or Gatl are placed iD the bndsufJ., Barrt tor.eoUect.ion.. 1'mAIa., } E SeixasMontiesUo 'BuJ.Dard. their foliage and,blasted and scorched with fire.'ihe mountain when.the storm *

I a Negr man named Peter, A prompt uaatiH lit &bit .anwwifl. An EYA.Jon. ., i I' roo .W riek '.Twas a fearful storm !' exclaimed oW'aaywirn approach,aualad for.some '
I e it about fttrty *i..rf. ., JOSEPH D.. II dared
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..- -- 2i-- ce of the s&pet blhx TtI toaolrent aobiT*JleT,aDd the plates:were sold eD' D IIIndat of the -scene where tirfffr Tafc*awitiaiig destroy er oa =''".2 r 6if'-.
beth 'f
.. : JlcCAJ.L.I Ewisr.! ..as.tbMiz47I.& Candidate.He to represent, WM. l thus far gives ,eridence of tafeat. Wej I by the ,sheriff. This Chart was 'true ,andfCOl1..d inds l himself lost in amazement at the change; e--best I"4'hopes. ","of' .our happy and rising COWl Uthe 16 sentence'the;" 1IIIIJif I .,

dea rVifc the next Legislative Cwsncil.r not however a mire the pm] Jetft. M to depth trfnr h -'m-eY K as''well as '.f iI '. .L_. cr&h.i. .. ', .,.IIUI "

: "nW. ..1Iaori_ to aepouocc DA I natioeof the Editor to render his print nfitl63W -I and rocks. .Colonel Fitzpatriek who had,a1n1btiOa eitery body.be meets, a pers.n of whom he bnquiry Tbe Rer. John Browne was called to the'we 8eDt e 1d. .,eI'ee&_.#
__ .Mea MdEVJ a fter the ,
.t t'I Chair,s neothe'
a' Candidate p' .tho1:11 r--t.
U te of '
represent ft seat on t tffiulrro I ; 1 yaeetiocstbeoamo WatteBg 8np 49.:
..; Cototf,ii the next Legislative CoviieO.ty : i anaWiin d wen knew the. coast,sail he pefoind I ton, I Rip asks 'Who w he f The other apPo rted to-act as Secretary. ? -- in order to grYe'l 'iD- ;
W. and in this country never leads on an error iri it. Hbasctnah' andS : Thegaz.tn tipencLbyiriLii L to take out a Wrif. t1W.. :'
aathorised to anaoaare Dr. JA. -*- ** Captaini :W132id yiineve: .hear .. f the ; ', ". 1\. '
T&ADKWELL a Candidate to represent fame fortune. Bother Joceswul' find & I de--and'arotl1 ii"f H yotfifliH immortal p Washington the Father of his country portion of Scriptpre and;a prayer by Rer. fused tograrit; Ih ,-.Ql1iO: "--". ."'
,C.*Bty ia tU out Legislative CooociL Chan Hawkins after which, the Bey.J. Broome there,was no particular .4kcar
can be relied oh, and yt'thev wonder r The whole audience from pit :to gallery ream to i :
'iia ant etherised to announce fA Tn.\ so."La none are to be had. There are one or tf'Oon <. seemed to rise, and with shooting huzzas and Rer. Mr. Pealer, addressed the meeting a favor upon, and if done ia&& ,
ILL w. WALKER. E.'J. u>represent LCOO c I : nous Faire.-The veteran'Ed the coast used in lawsuits for salvage'but clapping hands and stamping of feet, made in a very feeling and appropriate manner, oa I be refused in any ease.' ''Mr'J .j
; ia ta*a u J>gislti.. Coaneri.IC7We ,
1 r of the Apalachicola GazeUe our 1 doubt th evils intemperance and the benevolent L read an affidavit; of the .
I says if a' single; vessel that! sails throughthe the 'very building shake These deafening .p. s -.a, 1.
: : TAYLOR an, as anlhnriivd a CaadidaUlo loanooarce Msj. otto is inconsistent with our course in regard -I II Gulf has GouJd'ajCnart ; and I do not plaudits continued some time, and wound up designs of temperance .BOC es and their n guilt : and made no further Ojsentence. i., ,
represent I doubt but that number of happen happy effects in putting down that great enemy Judge Todd asked-
a shipwrecks
Cea..11' ia i the peat Legislative CoouciLarc to the Cotton Circular. We are oppo-i with three distinct rounds. To describe to .
annually for want of this Chart. The to the happiness ot_communities. his age : be answered '
arc aathorised to annonoee e d to the policy of protection by government you ray-feelings during such an unexpected seventy, 'J t
If EACH EM,as a Candidate lo rerrevenl Ga. currents vary, but the dangerous rocks and thundergust national enthusiasm is utterly I Notice was then given by the Chairman,, then said, without preface, that :thc v w :;
d in favor of the let alone
County ia U c oext,Legislative Couoci! us system ; bars are stationary. This Chart is very impossible. I cboak -.the tears gushed for all who were desirous of becoming members haying been fully and fairly tried,aadj frI

We are authorized to announce.HUGH t we have never yet heard that LaisseZ scarce, and second-hand ones command avery from my eyes, and I assure you il was by a I to the Society to come forward and sign I ted, the duty of .the court was o'him. -

ERE q.u a candidate to represent Leon Faire" meant we w ill do nothing ourdre4 high price on this coast." great effort that I restrained m.tldffrom destroying their names-there were upwards of fifty r The sentence w. Mfhree Y
1 ia the best Legislative Council- We dont subscribers. A constitution was then read confinement ia the cells JI&
: in self defence or protection. all the illusions of the scene by break I ry of the '

0 : Major Taylor has authorized us to -ant governmental aid or extraneous as INDIAN INTELLIGENCE.Sir. ing"the fetters with which the age and char. and unanimously adopted. Penitentiary at hard labor. J :

that be is in favor of State government, i sVnce. .-Allow me as a constant reader of acter of Rip had invested me, and exclaiming The Society then proceeded to elect officers ;remarked that be was ia fLu 0 de -.., '
[ in of heart 'God bks old agreeable to the provisions of the con- tence of at least five years : that '
valuable of the theTuIlcesfi
to give some my
his rote.will chow, and decidedly opposed The St. Augustiae Herald desires to know your latest Indian news.paper you Ireland!" stitution. The officers elected Col. S. J., tude of die prisoner frauds and tbTtei .

division of the Territory. f us why certain votes published some A SCESCRIBER.CAREY'S Perry, President, Lucius Church, Esq. Vice: hers of sufferers who were his dupes deS*-'

om since in the Floridian as given to President and Alexander }McDonald, Esq.Secretary. ded heavy sentence. .-
Governor Call left this city on FERRY, E. F., > A FURTHER SEIZURE OF SMUGGLED
f last on a visit to the of the I Ir. Baltzcll, are not to be found in the official August 2Sh IS39. S\ The prisoner was then conducted to a' r
camps GOODS. The President then took his seat, wb reup. riage and started off oo his
I: We because the and Much doubt was expressed as to the light way to fcc '
companies under his direction, with the ;; answer reports The before mentioned on, the following resolutions were unanimously cisville Penitentiary The
in Lich Gen..Taylor would view the rctef.t day yesterday, we crowds as:'
: ten on we learn visiting a few Indian i: upon which these votes were pub capture of the Indians at Fort Mellon, bet I I;; the seizure bv a custom house officer from l lL adopted. j the court house manifested their (

supposed to be on this tide of the I:: hed turned out to be it.corrcct-co such take pleasure i in stating it has his unqualified .' New York, of a large quantity of woollen L Resolved, That Capt. John S. Broome beJ : of the sentence by bouts. app

t His force: win probably number two les having k'eivcn., The official 1 states i He ne\er put any confidence in ,,, cloth?, that had been consigned; to a commission -J f 1 requested to deliver an address before this so

and filly men. If he falls in with the !: eat published ou the : Ith ult.! is ccrrcct.Ir. .- i!, (i cc. Macomb's treaty, nor took any part orI house in Fort srcet.Veregret to be t I ciety, on the subject ofintemperance, at tlicii From tic .V. \\Jvmrmkl Commtr

the! troops will doubtless gif"c.a good ': B. himself examined it and was satisfied lot in it. Like the whole! army i in FJorida,beI I 1 I called upon to state that another seizure of t next meeting. LATEST FROM THE PACIFIC t '
I themselves. The suqmsal and capture J I I cloths, and to a considerable amount Resolved, That the Secretary notify Capt,, By the schooner Beajami Gather
I ith it.r c cnll is .] the Pros. j i knew two well the treachery of the foe be very p I Cane
see a
nm c by
the Indians this side the uw l:1ee, i had to The Senunoles! 1.- 'e all which rumor varies from 860,000 to 890,000 I pI !John S. Broome of the foregoing resolution! : Bryant from Chagres, we have Ltrai ex*,

weaken their confidence and cause them 'i d et of the Conveiition for the Poll Books i i j i left Fort conquer.Kig: and it is said that a bundle f.:', took place yesterday at one of the ware rooms 1 I II Resolved, That the proceedings of this to June 5Ui, Guayaquil to the 3d of July.,and.

retire to.tbe East..c shall Lear in a om the Cleiks of the Cc.ur.tks.Sc fear it .i four hundred! and fourteen rcA! slicks, indicating of t a Philadelphia importing house that has I meeting be forwarded for publication to the Panama to the 17th.

das the result of the expedition. 1 l1 not be complied wi h.TIc Clerks will:. a dermiaation to go to \ar on their part, heretofore done a very extensive business. t Floridian, Charleston Observer Southern Came passengers in the above vessel,Seth

The I ot undertaki the labor witout! pay and they wa louud between the former placs 1 at Tarnpa W e withhold all nLmcs.for the present, but I Christian Advocate and Biblical Recorder. Sweetser, Esq. bearer of despatches to the

following paragraph is from the ave generally but few of the books. The I Baa. few days siice. Lidians: have trust that the matter, will ia the end, turn out J R h'edOJa this meeting do now adJjouru government of the United States, Jacbdaw
J eph Times. less culpable the implicated than the until Saturday the 12th of Octobernext. doubtless! the treaty mentioned b the
I $: el of the Convention: should i issue his 1 again made their appearacce i L'J the neighborhood parties day aaocx.
I .
Thc floridIan ia accounting for a ] of the sctlcrnents about .Micanopy% and first statement would seem to infer. ed letter. .
forthwith. Fault i is found here -
I* ypidhy on the part of the Star,says ., proclamation h l\'e destroyed: considerable portions of the j The story is that a New York customhouse Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce.
I j
i,,' -: h" promiscuous character of his :t it has: not already: been k on the !I officer communicated his suspicions tothe From Uit \: O. Lcriuuiniau, .ug 2
Ctl'e, ;; faculties occasionally made morc- 'II i part of our citizc!: Dr. Sloan: of the army, Philadelphia! custom houtc-that aa affidavit TEXAS. We have an arrival from Gaaraqaifot
f : by: .. aJrfiiticious circumstances, is I I Ith We published b>t wt-el!: an extract from L and another! gentleman pluming from prof ji j' was made before one of our aldermen, We have received Texas papers up to the bringing little news. The Chilian were'mil

c .ti, % !. e St. ,\u utie: Herald! but accidentally f fessionalisit 1 from Fort Wac.hota to Micnnopy and warrants granted to search certain premises. IGth i inst.-They contain no news of impor t I oa the 5ih of June ia Lima although! re

v Dcsshe sn-.in to insinuate that the ". <'Id Vimdiord cbsrrvations we had; .! were fired upon by a party of hoa'.ilcs: : i On reaching the principle warehouse tance. to leave soon ; the small! pox was raging It,

ij ton to tlv: Urcofftrong waters? ade! ia regard tu it. The foowi.rig!! i is the 'J from a dense hammock on the edge of the of the firm in queslion, the suspected goods; No intelligence has lately been received Paita, and carrying off 16 to 20 daav. I

i Wt: njutn: : i&j-uiuate no such tiling. : I i iVarrcn ,i, road ; It was raining heavily at the time, ,' could! not be discovered. A father inquiryled from the Indians of the Eastern frontier. hear that "Gainarra's Government in Peru,

"perceptive faculties1' of the Times we J.jud t r"rt1r r.crr'-MI 'Jt"irir.I-'Con1\r': \ :i and they luckily escaped lo the garri-njn to the examination of an.apartmenj ia another The Galveston Gazette observes that the Indians had declared war against Bolivia and made
I iri\ Indian out of t without injury. It is supposed the building, where the cloths were found, have retreated into the United States;, confiscations of the
have nil ytt recovered from the nc Mills hsvua0'd to < tie attacking j jparty property belonging to
' fccis of hii stur-ifying" I 1ord! with! CO:>t men IJtbt" fir.: riuy of .1'1 was one cfthe dt.-tachments of Tallahassee -:, seized, and taken in drays to the custom and there is no hope of bringing them under I Santa Cruz and his followers jj think JOT

reccct trip lo 'the Point. zfo it, for tiOp.OOO, or to iorfcij.OOO per day : recently ordered by Tiger Tail, to '; house. It is the belief of sutne of our merchants another eng gpment.lt \voulJ do well to publish the rates of pottage

'IsiC Great Western Steamer arrived I r every'' trd diy!, until after the lilat day' *that!.e, if it the is. contrart 8cc"rl.ell, t" not ni t scatter thcmsehes in lodius of rive over thc J that a speculation to the extent of:I.I i it said that the Texhn: Secretary at war| across here, ,iz : single s sheets I3
!iew Ycrk;: '-i the 10:h inllt., after a & !tnd. I IWe I \\hole country, rnas acrc-e all!! they met w ho.e i .oOOOOOII: sterling in wollen cloths has been i intends during the autumn to raise a large ; 3=c., triple.: 50c., ounce,75c. The"ReEef
combined I entered iuto ia Yorkshire for the of. force, with which to make611 all the I was at Callao the 5th
,f arrj half strength vas l loss than four. Oa j purpose upon 0,1 ult. The rest of
-'Tteer She of the
a days. cannothut condemn the
brings course j this the savage chief evinced great generalship f' introducing! them at reduced duties and under < hostile tribes and brin: them to such terms as the Exploria! ; Squadron were to go to Joaa
--.f:,:;r fliVs later intelligence from in such publications.! Cols. Warren I! _and wise: 1101icy.1I:1t will governJ J false invoices into this couatrv-chiet1) will quiet any apprehensions from them I incase Feraander.: Tte treaty with the Ecuador

Tl. h :.r-.csts in England and France are nd Mills we have confidence: would if in L ]I merit do, i is a question asked reeatedly.'itl i atcw York, Philadelphia, and Boston. of a recommencement of hostilities with I and u? U completed, and we are daily in ex.

r-, : '-biy j good. The money market is J ;\ cud the war (s soon as any other I they give us protection, exterminate the enemy :j Tlie goods seized here, and; now libelled are: Mexico. pectation of seeing )Ir. Sweetser, fr UQ2.

Vit3l easier than at former advices. cn in the nation. We do not doubt for the'! or )i(( J the coutrvVill:; ? the -powers said to form a [portion ofthat great speculation! ; Important fron Texat.-By the steamer yaquil, who a about retuning to the U. S.

rte interest has however advanced. I stated it could I be closed, and we do not: that be" send a sujliciui.t; force to drhe the while! those lately seized in New York and 1 Columbia which !left Galveston the 23 J ir.st. \ith i:.

foe to terfns of subcnissior'! !, or will they suffer -I Boston, constitute other portions. we have papers from Galveston of that date -
of said j
, 3ilaiik England charges HI cent, I their ability to give security aa it is
per the gallant little band that et.Il renuhs to Too much credit cannot be awarded to tho and from Houston of the 22J.! The most VALPARAISO, June 13, 1839.
. the repeal of the usury law has enabled i hey have propofccd. Why dots the Herald I guard our frontiers and our posts, to rernab I efforts of the New York collector. He has I. important item of intelligence U the following Since our lost we have'no changes of coa-

: capitalists to obtain higher rates, ever as U I :Hi: thoee gentlemen. Forbearance is exrcsed supine and idle, tunable: to repel coiit'n.ucd L gone into this busiuesa ia earnest, and in the i : which shows that the relations between sequence to notice. We have adrices from

: : _s ten percent. Most of the Agents sent ( I II : towards the assailant by their friends. aggressions or strike a decisive! Lion ?-.Yous r proper spirit. Had the affair succeeded I Texas and Mexico, are about to undergo a Lima to the, Cist ult. It appears some mist

1: ircrn the United Stales to obtain loans have' I } may be made as to who is the assail. Vcrrons!Savannah (;corgtl1.; "caj>edtletectioiipreEumir.gtbe( charges to be serious change exceedingly auspicious to the t undsrszaadijg exists between the Peruriaa

J I 1 1 t :rted without effecting any negociations.C.on f I atatd the discussion may become unpleas -- true) the injury to honest importers and l auer. Should the secession of the thr eStates aad Bolivian! (\'erainents.-so me of the
ft t American maiufacturer! would have beca therein spoken of really take place, troops of the latter on their way home 'fromP
.} has advanced a quarter penny, nt. FIIOM 1 MEXICO.A serious: indeed.-Philadelphia Inquirer. the fate of Mexico is scaled. I .--i have been detained as prisoners,but it is

l \ f a the amount of sales! effected it was The Starry Colonel htsCol. Gamble; and I commercial house in this"city has kindly From the Houston Inttlligexcfr of Aug. 16.; Ulieted all 1 ditSculnes would be amicably

: Ir-ved would reach a half advance m'a I favored with the From the luteliigeucer received through! settled
penny ( Floridian alone this week, but lets out us following interesting | ca arrival of the Bolivian Charge at
former quotations. i received them in ATTACK ox TIlE CONVERT OF MOOT ST. Ct)!. Karnes, who has just arrived from Rex '
by yesterday, j
: brother
>t : Peter of the Timc When I .
The GreatYcScrJ on her outward a letter from their correspondence at the Cityof i BEXXABP.: letter from Geneva gives the ar, it would appear that all is cot yet quiet J..lmLTE.1IPER.JSCI
': Times has done with him there -
:\ beat the British I wont be Mexico. i, 'following account of the recent attack oa the throughout the Northern provinces of Mexi
sage Queen one day-- grease 5pot left of him. Sorry fur him but CITY hXICO.UgUbt 17, I39. convetion of St. Bernard. A few mouthssiice co. Our former occounts! led to the belief 2Ir. Ebtor-T.e QG.ara..rlti""r.onKft.nea
king her passage to Bristol in 12 I t that the of Federalism had ofliie .VelhwiLa Eptscop&I Cuarcli. held fur Gad
days e wont take our advice. j "\s.e learn by an arrival last night from : a band robbers, attracted by the hopeof I spirit been subdued d.-n
,1 11 hours. The Queen arrived at P0:1 ':t. :.Yefu.-Tlzis Havre and Bordeaux, that the famous or infamous plunder! (for their is generally a considerable and that aU resistance to the present constituted as ,en rcpt.evil 14.fthe, l3.first Jooiioj m.agniue ipoo!iaieiarirjee hue-

: mouth in 13 days and il 3 hours. Augustine press secmisposed :i ; treaty Admiral Baudin at Vera sum iu the treasury of the brother hood: authorities of the country had ceased; :' m fTff-Tf. ansnin.ou Ij JUvoIred iIsi .

i '.' -1-1-r -" -l j ji to take our conciliatory admonition, |I!: Cruz has not been ratified by the French Govi [ (for their is generally a cousiderable : !but it now appears that letters have teen re- That ia ill cie of Election, ur. will give ft

2 :i Mare, Murier-Oa the 6th instant, t ot to persist in its vulgar assaultd upon Judge !i, eminent and that it was: not likely to be disposed sum ii: the treasury of the brotherhood.) and ceiied by some of our citizens of San Aatonio 4 decided., not rnrerl'D tlw p.ton.dl caoJiJale iwr ( ceu
tween Fort and We do know its Ed- \t of in The condition tnistiug t to their defencelcssness! made an atteiiipt and by c!. Karnes himself from distinpitshed report to degrading: practice of trealin?
Fanning Jennings, a I j in ill t mner. i.ot a friendly manner. Mr-til: Jirdent spirits to gain then elections.abJ ihtlwe
: while returning from the latter post with ; i Ii personally:and if his columns arc an CA-I of the political alfairs of this country art-L on the place at night ; and finding the Rio and influential persons beyond the will! use oar bilol l1Ce to gd cliicjs to d. lie
doors locked and bolted, summoned the Grande, stating the J tact of Tamaulipas, same.
: escort of four men was attacked by'the milifzclion of himself, care Iot! for his nC.1.! grow fog rc'cr more ion desperate if not &ubvcrei every day.cf the A existing complete garrison to surrender. The fraternity endeavored Coahuila, and Nuevo Leo having declared 2J R-i JtT'd.TilOt in efin! ? our artw-Ir ofprtWiace

ans, and one man was killed and three u tartcc. We might retort upon himj; but, state ofthin"s must shortly take to dissuade the bandits from their enter their independence of Mexico. It is alao and in parchasin:surh g-nodsanJ 3Icrdundizc -
pla -
: dcd (one it is would !. thrown and l i i all the stated that our co-operation is solicited, and as wr mal ue d from time tu licit,tiul ct
supposed mortally.) r ecent reproof ; away, I I The government and pcc.pie seem to be ignorant I p a by arguments which religion .ill in alt!! cases g Te a prcfrreoca t> cucb faoaaes u
.. t mules and one horse killed and the cannot descend to bad ing blackguard d i of their true pu iiolJ. The former could! suggest ; and finding that there appeal that agents are on their way to this government t i.ue abandoned the traffic in arJ ut vpiriu. provided
i I burnt, and one man mu sing. A similar nd vulgar! epithets. The Star compliments.I seem to be disposed to quarrel with all the II was in Yaw, and that the robbers were about : for that purpose among whom'is the we can obtain Filch trtielci wpoa tent ufj
.! to break through the doors of the Governor of one of the disaffected provinces.Grilvestyn I. e: a- al ether p'acrs. _
I world if allowed refectory
currence happened near the same he News. lc The News we are to judge from its
place a i guslilus 4c. : : which contained 3d Rcs&Ired l'tst the above resolutions tttfttSIlshed -
let 12 housesa
,j they loose their dogs,eighteen in number only
: weeks since.W the Scratch : repeated aggresssious on the rights of foreign 1 for; fuur weeks in the FkiridUn. and TiJ'alits-
return compliment. my :i era rcbding amongst them." .I If those noble creatures are mild and docile! : 'e3rago, now comprises 300. uouses and lee StJr.

and I'll tickle your elbow.MB. I The Spanish barque Marir.era, which w hen despatched on errands of good-_when 2500 abitants. W. If. CASSELS. Svv.PYTON .
We have beard a rumour that Gci. ) ,-- Profit the N. Orleans Bulletin
t' the above irritated, or urged on in attack or defence Avg. 2G. P. SMITH. R, t. _
: brought news, briugs 830,670 ,
EDITOH'-In obedience to the "i !II's
comb u to come to Florida at the head i specie, consigned to two various merchants i in | they are fierce and fierce and savage as wolves The stearrship Columbia, Capt."Wiudle .
; 20,000 inca with four Brigadier ( his friends, we take the liberty of Kugge ting t- this citv. I II I with which they have been singly j kaown arrived here yesterday, bringing Houston;; DIED,

? Thu i-ctirrentJy reported at Gare "'8 Cd. B.. B. HOUGHTON, as a suitable to grapple, and even face the bear. "Oa tliis. dates ol the 22J, and Galveston of the 23J I, In thIs City this morning, after a short illness -

as we learn by the l last !. We ; J tc to represent Jcfurrson County, i ill I -- I occasion they proved their wanted courage inclusive. We are indebted to the politeness Air. Oliver P. Roberts, formerly.of Bal
cspre '
'its The next Lc i'lkturc FJorida. We expect MR. EDITOR :Various unfounded reports for when sent J forth against worse foes, the.; of the officers of the C. for files of papers, timore.

correctness. action.of Congress Uc that gentleman to ond to the call.!! | have been put afloat against some of the ear 1 each took their man, and notwithstanding a our own having not yet coine"to hand from Oa the 23th ulL, near this city, John ).,
be required ere we have any very resj | didatcs not nominated by the Loco foco caucits r. '!i determined resistance oa the part of the ban the Houston Telegraph we learn that tlie I Brooke, formerly of Virginia. .

I force to operate against the Seminoles, -- --Many- --VOTERS. | and among them i ia one that Doctor dits, kilTed! eleven of them,and wounded the Mexican Federalist deputed Don Francisco -- -- -- '

the war will not be ended for a year or TRINITY: CIIUHCII, NEW-YORK. !Tradcwell voted last session for the repeal of others so severely lat they were left for dead Vedduri, Governor of Coahaila, to make overtures A3ZC to 'mjplanutiou NOTICE.C about. three week

: crnmcnt have not yet become wise ( This venerable Gothic edifice is about be. the Convention law, and to thwart the efforts on the field. Many of the dogs fell victims alliance between Texas and the since,, *naI Africau negro feZIow.appieain

xperiencc. The proposition of the ing taken down, and a taautifui Cathedra] I to of the friends of Slate Government. By a iu the encounter. The good i fathers, forget States of New Leon, Tamaulipas, 'Cbihua.hm to bcbtinOande0 IU'or.p.. U.-PNU
be erected in its place! ; the work of demolition i publication of the annexed extract from the ful! ofiheir wrongs after the conflict was .rcarrIed New Mexico, Durango Bud the Cali tor. badlr, but from the best information' I can obtain
j .ent on by the Governor has been nias and from the of the Mexican frota ILim it opj. arsihrt hf belonjrs in FJ d&-
has already l commenced. The Iwildirjg: minutes ofthc last House of Representatives, the robbers that survived into the con ; separate rest
te M !, and there is no hoped or obtaining a j is of f very great antifuity-the foundation was it w ill be seen that Doctor Tradcwell! was not vent dressed their wounds, and having healed I States. Of the probable result of this and He say ia Match that he last Ucloop, &'w master to & ) .teiber Charles, Lowxoo with Ui,

1 force to oommcoce operations till to raised so early as the year jUG ; since that )''ree1t when the vote was taken. I learn them, sent them away with an exhortation mission no mention is made ; but we should l wife and two children were killed by the ladiaad.

prosecute a successful campaign during period it has been twice destroyed by firc.I .- his r.'unilwcrc sick and he had obtained leave which, as far as thc convent ot St. Bernard suppose there arc more than one circumstance and that he ,'ull1 lliiiaei( and bit wil&'Mverar

inter. -Gen. Nelson has at his ea The present church was erected ri ITyS' on of absence V at the time the ,'otc"as taken bit; : is coiiccrced, will doubtless be effectual. to recommend it to the serious consideration I. .'ho and ,haw .!!a. where be *aj*,. the shot- .

OO'mcn, who have volunteered whip the site of the one \vhch: was burned in 177G, in the previous stages of the bill before the : We find this paragraph among the selected of the Texian Congress. Don Ved eut hiuMcif r,d. lie and stale tw9- negro tbit his WOBIM master-and was the that wa after r-

; ; dians but their sen ices have not been !, atthc opening of the Revolutionary war. It house he opposed it strenuously. He is i in \ articles in the Toronto Patriot, but without ) duri states, that the population of the abovementioned hi* mailer- was killed, the white people; rains .nd
f i I supposed that' 160,000 persons, besides a favor of stale government, and of immediate* credit to any other paper. Ii was probably Stales are intelligent and burning I carried off aLe two MOMCU,'and tell bia.andti the

; plod. _ large number buried during the war, of which application for admission to Congress as the copied from some London Journal-but with the desire of liberty, but that the more made bU way to this county in porsail' of too*'
'observed- account wan- kept, have been interred i in 1 1 ilie ,, Constitution is ratified-for although he docs 'I reads very much like a pcniiy-a-lincr'j invention. Southern States are ignorant and factious, of the .>oo lamiij.' He states that.J aLOWMO
We have with regret the ,formerly: uf Ibis occo owned h01*
gravc-y&rd attached to this church. It not approve of all the provisions of the Constitution I. and can only be governed by a despotism. Heslatti, that be haa Ueo county oa the r .dvec naeebis ,
: codings. of public meeting held at Vt. granted by the Corporation as a cemefc- as a good republican be bows to the t He also saJs, hat ifwe'rcfuse' to come iuto master was killed.and thai fee has bee i 1fC*0'

; : e oa the.29lh ult., for the expressed in 1702, and from that time up to the '!', decision i of the majority. It will be seen that Shooting a Rat.-A few weeks since the measure they have determined to declare mended to oi. fur information repe l/i>J iM_L"*

; t t.of division. of the Territory \Ve raging of the yellow fever in 1822, when bt 1. one of the candidates of the loco foco's voted while the Albany and Worcester Rail Road; their independence themselves, and he. has .08 iamilj ; and .iy*th-tl ii ia b wish t* T--r.
1 but little doubt of the of the under with me. .' *--
i for the of the success -- ;
were prohibited in that of the cit",1 t repeal Convention law'. -
t it because BUch a movement must part was progressing! at Palmer, Massachusetts, 1 As there i. nODe oTthe Lowson family"BOWing hvi
I admission into the! Union'as" a State dr was ii constant requisition. An'effort was I JUSTICE. workmen. employed they were iu the habit taking. I in UiU tectioD of the co t>U/. I 1111 8t a Jut'S'

-. by the city authorities sonic time since *' Au engrossed bill entitled "An of the The Federalists arc. by no means discouraged what to do with J.im. ashi is ,tot worth lZ*
placing powder used
act to they for
inrcral re1
yearsas wiill protract the war blasting have of all the i ail fee tha The own. _
pass an act authorizing them to break 1 : they possession nearly ; he wjs hi$ naane U Joe. -'
iiLt up peal an act entitled an act to call Conveu- in neighboring grist mill for .
:\ ernizpc! !. We have little hopes c j consecrated grounds, which are hallow-j!, ol1Jor the purpose of organizing,a a Stale : a they had two unopened safety.kegs and.\t on'wjth' onetime i towns, but have given. ug the i.dea.of establishing er b r"41ue.tacitecome Eza..wutJ3EaLY.aad; uka htm aw'.y- .':* t): .

war will be dosed so J Iqng a? wo cdby the dust of relatives d'friend the Federal "government in all the '
nt the
Government referred the head ofT'
; j wai ba committee, .atid the, powder exposed T'zs CopO ii> 9 Si -
,,territory. The resolutions; p2laSed.ut 0 f0100 popular opinion, however, iauuccd; of the whole House ('after someti'rric the cornmhtcc standing in one': corner of the mill. Two men, States ;; ,in the North .i( i(:popular i ,"and tipeojilcofthcN e cocR.LEtr12cG- -;- '

setwgwere.CTpTe8 sfrc' fef a, dct nn to abandon I he.scheme.) 'The Corpora- rose and Mr. Dozier Chairman, .reported and a boy also in the mill! at the time, and rdi bavo sworn.abbot jiever to bow. ,TIlE Sbi1ei ", .!. "i r Lf
of/JVinity Church are very wealthy : but said bill to.the House I.tn&kt. discovered a heir necks to a few >aspirants, the city fiead.a4; cLtO.tfl t. t :;" _
Itjr, Ei3zhe e.aHject'of divisipn)upon.CU g other : without .amend very large rat.'which one of them Mexico. -' -- ) in_ h" ,c .'atdME5
most i ,
:iir;pe'it, :'jSeasion.j ; We.wpre not. { converted:'their to, they have al.ways The yeas: and,nays,being rerjuircj o licoxiirritigwith proposed shooting it"with; 'a double.barrel gun, From the Galtesi money good purpo. the of the. committee hich> them. -
report M as pear The others : atM or Ol. thti Ziirtb.Qa: e.
q rYJ1 proceedings of the ,nee Many of the Episcopal Churches l consent By a reference toi our Marine ,List,, U,will ?
both sntabs b.ul
: [ were', ,, yeas-Mr- Speak r. Messrs._ Blouut, ed wit! the gun,was loaded from the fuof lrec-t; wlw.n L4 *!(Uttk ,
," -rrl ltnod1Q Star.will give them the City and State of New York;. have Uurritt,' Co 1y, D iicr, Dual, Fe'rgusoa, kegs, but the rat had hid himself.' powder' bo seen that au unusual number of vessels for ilt ,J.r-I .r--,. '
.reared Iiythe of old I tho season has arrived during the last -week.They lid '&ce.a.t ..tsdsts, WI :. -
f.'ttj epJieitedj 'Petitions(:'iare bounty Trinity ; and Fitzpalrick McLeodlIcN iU i After '
'McKaeiiy, chasing 'around tho ;building I :some I brought 'considerable n\1moor'opas- fVultCl'1 .N ..u .ia'ur II ,

'E Sf [I Bjyf; ?,"T rjIargeprop] -has light been of largely truth and inStrument.a1'.rwelalionrthfoiighoul in diffusing and Niblack1 Wood,11nafusar..Br, iFries f,,Ileed, SummerjinThigpin, lime., they fired.and killed'iJ o rat took.,1.up, sengers,. and' !'very".valuable cargoes;. "The the, .- 'wi\la, ..ia,. u&' ..tch.4 II H DERRI.aIbJiIad ';. ,"

einhatiJtRD1pflL71D for a division.: I < t .AJ4Uflt, And woraJtireatiBg benoDe.of: the "party city is, we,believe;'well! ttJjaplied with goods, 'ItAmesa --- .
,I., : i destitute'parts-of that extended Stale Gould Jcnckcs >1, : n, ft : : ;
J'Viddf .utr Muoly! McCalVaad; Tabor, spoke ofthe'7powder Upon J looking back
? and country:merchants' .would'find the mar -
} J jr11sat'e'rc.' .
il1r' Wt'! 7;; $9 saidj.rcr.f-'.wasconcurrodMn I ; aid 't,tHe: they, discovered 4hat they,had fired at trie rat kjioblc. : U # I !U.t' V
:- GOrt1J1s'.i'/uJil tKe'Florida :. / : tt : .. :, rrit
of '
1Rcf-/ bill 'was ihe.third It
: read 'tifne behind Ihe : : ; : rs.rtUI "
I 'd & powder.and that '
& l; :dM1'4t rui8'.o J It$ J u.I ihf yeas s thewadding was 'The, o( illgoo .. __ ., '
., from )Key vKcst, in the NeV''York bcit'iff; > ci11.. ; "(' .: il. !4.J..i! t '
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in, J and had reIedhirn m. peerof)' ; : .t, :
lillu iorleo.i I be OF LADY OLIVIA. portunities on ray repealing -ii.d .
and 7S ,I > I with a'reviaioo0 tf I married at : t
; I FKOX THE >RE.NCB. France met I I, wttoea asluad b ._ .. .
i lier twelve line : he Kuhtd, and he laid an emphasis on,the .Jlik 'WCQ1C. 1eI
to of the apartments of the hotel bring lme'tht -
cbirgrI ? last words. I received the intelligence with I .
!3 dollar. fitted and fun ished, it immedi- .
ur -t--
I r/ r arl.v dvcrti- ; up that it be the abode of the greatest apathy; at which my father was tune'; 'mia a.bnOthSt .
l me
50 for he had now obtained the high im ziv ml
w"l'k. displeased, PO edrefbH-f lf
rii pet and I of the
pII4i q.S for* /Jdu-re. lady, est object of ambition for years past and he my old age' ',ofbi1ng t IatficeWayja.

N.? dwlHIncnl, will \ who occupied it. asked me sternly! ,ill was insensible to the ty a loyal subject, ;
old bJ the money or a i Olivia's apartment I honor-1 replied that I hoped he would loug But oh .mr iatLer,"'.l repEtoT; what.
from a deserves
." she
ct,.c*<*Pl t. I i a "sigh, poor girl, a survive his elevation, and that as his, da\ gb. will .become 'of roe,. left othe, my.cPiaa
afen .
bl AfUnnoanP,11 nt. I I : ter, I should submit to his wishes in every irritated husband .' :V .

be chirred Five said I, ifshe home hare reason wish enough for thing. ( 'cannot describe the joy this submission [ ,M You, my Olivia! ," .k my .fatbciy yhfo
ill all this happy why an
CI'dS.pay.blf' J J afforded him ; I believe he expected 1 emphasis,'"you,with the$tfb-.of beauty, rek,
All perlonll should rather have been rebellious 'to insist and
millslblt.nr lady." observed the doctor, "I love accomplishments, nhUthccaraof ,:,
dual' I afftlr, puffs of upon making my own choice of a husband, virtue and di .to* to render yauapy-.

e.tabSi'hmenU, daughter.Vhen my associate own daughters with or that I might already have made my selec are yon. M 1 ,I uk!'again.av'yatj aapp
'll$ be charged at the they constantly tion. Alas how I little he knew of what was now and will, yon be moreaoifj' trfltZ1.

Till! payment mUll be sorrowful history would make me passing in my mind. Once I might hare had tort Will not fitte and.estfijiva: &
t *rv
for an if she had less less amiabili.
beauty, .
arcnunt ,
No will be that wish-but now, now 1 felt as, a .steel greater run"to. your bctti0 statWad 1 lf6r

, eept five d'}he U bo"a rrgul r a wild accomplishment.voice burst from the adjoining spring whose temper is gone, so that it may still more the gift of fortune T Neglected

for all Jibbiflg l the ; ) in the tho' be moulded at will.I and disptsed aa you are cow, will 4t not':enable
Vitrrt oftVic workNo.ubncnption there was sweetness tone, made my debut in society at a ball given him to'run into still greater
will 1 1arreatrI not distinctly hear the words-after a
by the Dutchess da BIt was a brilliant and f
dissipation :Subject
iadtgaalioo; to
; had been ,
are paid | it ceased, and the lady we
R. S. and after assemblage of rank and beauty, and ex insolence, and humiliation now-what Wouldit
of made her
--=- appearance, citing for all but me, I turned away heartsick, not do then 1 Hi conduct would*.Dot' be
inclination of the head to me, joined
JBBULL& and seated myself an ottoman apart. Various amended towards ;
I ,you .l feel convinced of
and wished him good morning.
eral -s, >rtmcn ofthf have, letters for me. Doctor ?" groups from time to time cast inquiring that, or the'hope of your.IHa being brighten

black,brown, mixed \|, no of voice and looks upon my singular conduct. My fatherat ed with a sunbeam happiness, would tend
in melancholy tone. ,
F>unk'. hich : ;' thrilled length came up to me. to shake my. present resolve. No, my Daughter
up fur Vir tistOl1er from$ modulated tones through "I have been seeking for you every where, you shall shale with me, in thybaniab.rnent .

with greanare cannot '.tllo t i ( negative was the reply. "And there Olivia," said he, .* what ails you, are you ill you shall have these ill used riches
iitions. in the interesting to me, .
HE.tI\Y 1\1 \ ; news" journals I wish to present a young nobleman to you, a shall partake of peace and contenment, ,and

Snpet Rue bl3.! 'k, bue: l ? answered he. particular friend of miue ;" and he whisperedin the consciousness having :done i'ell.in a

Froc4 da. : [I madam nothing my ear, pay him attention for my sake." I happier country ; I have still enough for happiness
Sup tfinc h'oe: '" i iI I turned away to hide a starting tear, He quitted me, and returned in a few minutes in a more humble sphere of fife."
Ovei-eoaU, Pilot c1l it took her hand, and s'a drew him
Blanket do. t with a raking young man, with a peculiar My natural disposition was awakened ? I
for few
aside to converse apart a mo
Fine Ma'k and : l impressive countenance. fell upon his neck and burst into tears.
Backikin PI.nd, x Rit, >! ; She could not have been more than This is the Count de Florville, my daugh. "n-ill you leave your father," sobbed the

C nin t C ,s-.di I .eight years of age, and the sweetness ter" said he, and he left us together.The poor old man."Never '":..

a>"i Fani-y S tIiie'L,., ; in the expression of her Count remained silent, looking, as I never!" cried I. .
J d
1 Do Kent 1 iVle? ty.n i .1'1.e;ai":< I tinctured with melancholy, that thought, modestly embarrassed. I expectedhe The door at that moment was burstcp,

fine ::11| k OIl\ VeU't | i \ : i me exceedingly; she was pale, but would address himself me, and felt anxious and the Count, who had been listening,'stood

tin d"i :1ln'' fL ult'd ; white, relieved by clear blue to terminate a tete-a-tete. In order to befoni me .,
Co ur,.dV ,'ieuti.,!. traversed her temples ; her eyes break the awkward silence I invited him to Is S '
| this your husband,Madamef cried be ",
"oloe.1Ilk Sift do.- !o Vet rl-iili, : \ : : : and the long silken lashes nearly sit down. This I presume he took for an in. with a voice of thunder. .,

qni'i y a >d lafi the hluey white of her eye-balls I vitation to intimacy, and seating himself and I dare not look upon him ; '1 lung to my
A : a slim and delicate figure, which her fold of dress in his hand
supe IT quality I taking a my seemed father with a rigid convulsive
T 'iihei und L)) tm, ult dress set off to advantage, and I examine it. grasp.
to *
1 Old have in ,
<; 11.c'r UN. (;lerratn : her as man you sent .your resignation ;
; a marriage ring on finger MadamoiseHe, said he at length, "this is to the !"
M-rn C aval-, >! : government
ell-formed and white
("tlic. L men .:1,1"I Ik : l the Doctor's arm. with his I could
Though disgusted manner, steady voice,"but I shall soon do so."
''o'toi .nd woolen { that lady is mad, dear Doctor.
refrain from
not smiling. The hurricane of that Until
Bvsd.> C.llldfl,' : : when he joined me, there surely is rage policy
Oaklmd-t'h I Observing my father at a little distance, now had kept down, though ill disguised was
Sr:r-* ,lotlun nf !' : I in her madness." looking with an eye of satisftction towardsus now tremulous with passion': .

Bn ul v'' uuper : friend, answered he, "she is no I requested M. le Comte to call him.- Old man, you shall never send this rKsratssiun
SKI. PHI Hats. : t i than the noble Hamlet whose words When father I iG lsposi-
Meni Sue silk. wo, my came pleaded -you shall never dupe me lik'z child ;
,ien'. ( ( ." tion, and implored him to quit the :saloon and I mark m<%hypocrite, your white bain shall
exclaimed I with surprise, "isit return home to which he at last reluctantly
n.lold Cloths. > } not screen your villainy ; you have cheated .
11nrall dg!'*ripti'>t' !" I) madness" ? consented, and after a taciturn ride home, I f me-you care, not for the cause ,yon pretend ;

I } | more. answered he. soon found myself 'my own room, and gave to espouse, but are too eager for an opportunity -
TUB nitim-ntier the S. l I my was,
s at with her history.
After this introduction, the Count was frequently who raised
daughter to dignity i and .
Square' and Munroc : ; your ,
eiKuriinent of the I j is a sad tale, said he, and almost a a visitor at our hotel l, ar.d I soon oej.oetweferJ -- '4w'x e._ .1--, .' -

f"uhl'd i l to I f confidence to. make you .a.caujiiuled us,*for:winch he appeared to have your present villanous plot against me?- ::1/e.- -

'flpl1'a nuitiiUlc for \ aDd asTa man who would really 1 some urgent reason, that I was not acquaint. rer!" .' .

Chafflu n.d. Rvcurl1.and o'.h..rll.and j : I [ e the lesson it affords, I must rely on ed with. But as I had given him reason to I saw-T heard no more. Terrified_ ,by

BI.nk B Kkll u"fd by I and give you her. history.- suppose he should be implicitly obeyed on this his brutal ferocity, I hadlwried my, face in

*d It liori iititirr, 7'.1.' I have it as she gave it herself me. point, he left me still in ignorance respecting my father's bosom-and when be bad arrived

required anO ) : the hours of imprisonment, (for it the motive for ishicg the union, and I was at the horrid climax waaiaonedeadjnnjytither's .,

1I paid:.Vr t.,manufacture.re-bllldllg i | : happy imprisonment.) married to the Count Florville. I arms. .5

imc. P''llhlelc.| : ( my gratitude to the Doctor, I had not been married many months, before I was on a couch unnoticed-an indistinct
i ; i the house. Unlocked his and conduct of the sound of.voiccs in : -
ornamental mdmj, i / : entered I found the manner high dispute was ittthe

ruled for llillf. l and tal.ir'g from it a manuscript, Count change by degrees into neglect, and room-my senses swam life itself seemed to

B't'ikc He ha vltl'r* for and talc\ f I I *grten ribbon, he put it before me contemptuous and sarcastic reproaches. But be but half renewed-there 'wai a cry of .agony -

the bH-i! quality It | ( the room ; it was written in a clear the same submissive spirit that led me to this and a heavy fall-it was my father the

A.I order ; 'I lad)'s hand and some passages seem. marriage, still deterred me from showing resentment -, Count had, in a fit of ungovernable' fury-

trntrd to ? i| u ith tears. and assisted mo in the sacrifice of struck him to the ground-he fell !. Wltb..a

_:Ta.Uuw.!: Juh I : | | ; MA>USCRIPT OF OLIVIA. inclination, to the duty this self-disposed yoke superhuman excitement I had risen and rushed ..

.M. \\ [' ) l I : v mother died whilst I was so young .entailed upon me. It is true, I had hoped by to the bell the Count saw my intention.

J l. T j i | 1 | | cannot be said to have knowji her. 1 the most untiring and unwearied devotion, 'Stop )Madam you will not alarm my '

LI I ciws t'I! ).I. I remember bei-:g taken to her bedside | and the greatest submission to my husband, to house," and with a sneer withheld my.rano, ,

I.S dti Bnli: | l fondly embraced by her, and seeing conciliate at least his good will. But he treat and added, ttmtne it.shall always remain -in r

12 do :tuicb I l her bcd weepirg btltcfly. She ed me as a fool, and frequently told me that spite; of your plot to cheat me." .
2 do l I I rich dower for father's wealth was I screamed with a '
{ | have been a ibi.d mother had she lived, my ( my cry despair. ,
6 1 bilrk tlo Brus tupcr> : early death has probably been the boundless) was the p'ice at which he permit "Aye, scream," said he, "the I laquaies are J

liOl) d"iz. IIH-IIK | l : of all my misery ; for my father, al. ted himself be allied to a Burgcoisc, but already out of the way ; remember Madam J
that when he took the old usurer's gold' he father shall suffer dearly for'it"
S. a>rt Bi lll>>li : i he certainly loved me as his only your ,
5J( c..k. !:rUWfl < : was a man whose passion was gain thought at least his proud family would not his. fraud." :

20 4"111 : | advancement ; he neglected me, have been cursed by the introduction of an He was gone-he sent assistance, .telling '!;

5.. takkkhlivrry hhJn pure ; l | i education would have beeu but slight- absolute idiot. To my f.itherhe had long shut the domestics that I had been qqarrelling with f

50 cral'.cr.: to, had not my aunt, a sister ot'my his doors,and forbidden me to see him, after my father and had seriously hurt him he -.'

10 du%. pnkle. | ; in visiting my father upon some family having, under various pretexts, drained him was laid in bed still senseless-.throughgroaning / :

50 $teti White : (for he never invited any person to I of the greatest portion of his wealth, and with anguish, for he' had recived .'
350 liAinjivrr .; i, It,) observed that atCon. : brought him to comparative poverty. Often severe fracture in the apartmentsand'a sor* '" '
2JOO a mere
agckg salt, ; as gue .
l : _t' .__ .._..... -.. ....nnir..ml"ntl. _.. .. __ .. when mv husband was deep in play with his gcon was sent for. ,
n -
,, .. '; in tell 'yOu limy 1
or and companions have I The shock ',,
debauched depraved too for the
&a"&I\"e., May J of as much reading and writ 1g as an was great, me ;
who had been my mother's nurse, left my chamber to seek the humble lodgings whole had passed for me as 9 fearful-'dream J

"'ASTEO to hire. ) give me. She took me home, and I of my poor misguided father, and have found that was over by degrees, 'hoWever, the past .z

yeIr. uf ac.at an inmate in her family for several i him in sorrow and in tears. Was this the result events slowly came to mind; I'.felt my' sltuatioo .1

ApJlly.,un. 8.1839.llilk l and received a tolerable education. of.all his ambitious hopes, and the end of I recollected my father ; The parting1- ,. ,.

N E : aunt lived at a small village about two all his past years of toil and labor? His moneynow words occurred to .me, ,a quicker impufc' : *
\ I
from Paris. She was a widow of spent in ignoble objects, and for disgraceful seized me, I left my bed, wrappedrayself in. '.

THE -,just i in the army ; she inherited an easy purposes. His daughter instead of shining a large cloak, and with difficulty .-cralled. 'out. '0.

did ..'rlmull\.,'_ I : her family consisted of two I in an honorable spberehumiliated, ridiculed of the room. -.
(the foiliiwing I II | '"Where i is father r said Ito
and a son. How happily I spent despised my /etnale.. j
(I Blue Black, few that I passed pith them.- This situation of my father, affected me domestic who. was just,entering. _'.:

Invisible I a meteor-like years existence it appears to more than the sarcastic contempt, the scorn. "Pardon Madame," said she, "but ,Jfc, Je* 1

Sna green.Dahha. I too happy to endure long, except in ful neglect with which my husband treated Comte gave strict orders that no oq& should'be '

; brief spot amid a inc. It touched the tenderest ,chord of my admitted to his room, and you, Mad, ,:;
I as a sunny _
Adelaide, it awakened sympathies that had long ought not to quit bed .' *
Slue and ; shadow and to me it is so-a fa heart- your : : :
Which he will seems to attend even my fairest expec. lain dormant ; from my husband I looked for I rushed put her: without heeding1 'htr-. \

lat-.t style! -I am accustomed to find my fondest nothing, and therefore experienced no disap words, and meeting my own servant, entat*. ,

Paribated crushed at the moment of their accom. pointment. His heartless conduct could not ted him to take'me to 'my father: ; Tbe'raaft.. ,: _i:
"and u pod at the blunted sensibility to hesitated but been in 4.
Of ull that dear family not one even jar against having always
remains they are swept off from which I had schooled myself; and the conviction obeying mY' rdera; gently. conducted; '
Mavis.. tRta: : l ; ,'. nf_ tlm_ earth._ and there is not one to that I.was destined thus to suffer, gave to'adoor.u : _," -..1 .J : :
== : ; ;;; ; even.n the-name. (The manuscript I me a passive resignation.My utnter, Madame but_ I requ ted 'you *,nrjt -*.,rf

BUB: .lx was so much effaced with tears, that father had been elevated to the peerage to remain long, for should M. I le'Contfe return -' .

.: I could not decipher. I of France with a reversion to my husband soon." -I '_,'. ,

II1str&t k, &c. was some I received parts a letter from my father after his death ; but my father's attach- I was already in tJJ*roorn, aikeelinjbmy ',"- <

TILaha-lce h ( day who wrote me that be was at the ment to Charles Land the popular disrepute father's bedside hi was apparently ancottscious 1 if\
I his ministers increased husband's bit. of ".
FANCY business, that. would in. of mv my presence. : :
\Sr. U. 1'1t. on important future life ; and a few days after. ternes towards me. _At length ,the fatal "My father;da you know me tHe Ope&T ** .'
i my of 1&30 public affairs ed his there was7 .
he to us himself, and lIfteNi pri. events July, brought eyes an affectionate iO-
,:':: cuu'.lllln'' pan conversation came with my aunt informed me to a crisis. My father owing all to the for. nition in his glance ; 'he a.esediy: glance;
alhillccp" } I fully prepared to 'follow ,. he pressed ray" hand, "Father/M
te 'I 1 must return with him i that 1 was to n*- mer government 'irhispeT I
,. 'Itch''t'lipa' C"UnO ) | : : with him at Paris where he had pur. l the refugee monarch to his exile,'and thus ed1 have a horrid/ear.;, ItcnoVheu 1. "

," i caps, bO.1I. house. Though I observed my in hisNpld age,faithful at least. to his king to capable, o -I fear foi/yoor: i'po I

r": 4' 'tprth.1 'had been in tears, J had no curiosity. to resign all his honors and dignities. { taste.the.food fey sendyoo, _
.; .ln.IU09. into his projects. But 1 should in. Among the very few who refused to worship -: a dn--1c of any kind bee but 1fh t"l ; .t
. I
: 1$''b have been heartless could I have taken. the rising sun,he was of course conspicuous trust. them not; 'alas that 'should._ : : eVea. :tf

, ''I : of my affectionate friends and kind in-, and my husband.soon. heard of his, resolution. pect. ItbaIBe the.u u. 1..pe-.c- -_- _'11'.me' JMt.. 1.4..t'_.;

- : Bruith For,,,, &r, aud without sorrow : acute feasibility. .. .His.first upon this 'occasionwas looked at me fora roemenf with 1M1iay .
e bl command me to write to my fa. an .I tebeddJeir '
* had.been formerly my eharacteri.. imperiously '. J I]1 T ) ;
..... I -. IM and I felt how utterly isolated I ohouk I ther.from. .'his dictation. 'earnestly to entreat became yet more so, .until they;t tt3yocant If "
'---- : now ,- -i.-r." j j.. ..-.>.?,. .t a .
send ms nomago unu&aai&uv, ve W. care., si iett.Ssively _-_ _
S ; absent from that dear hOme, where i bad Dhln\tO .- < .
A. defity.tothe_Dew.m.de'kiig conjufmg Jfenby DiQ
NEGRO I' l all I happiness of my life concentra t_ blu
01.' all,regard .nd'aJf'edol"fo"bie'ter ; dang-
few .
into a "
t years. : IJl b mr bY oriitakeiand -
"t deeivbec
; and with aol to
r Miyii5 father was impatient to depart,
tea.toysky,-10 rob)hjra of what
: : 1 teart'aadiieep felt sorrow, 1 quitted.
: ; : '. AutbiS'rwr t V : ) abode of comparative aC odihappi.: be esteemed right. ; guctiy to MpOlt
& taoogj>.4shsned .f lending myself to 1. wk dd'- -
& 1' ; and during wbatahiois'i'
.;. -- ,$ : roe,. that from important services ,he oriw'orthy purpose;but mylmlbsad'.wed. !
t.n Os .wW I rendered to the ministers 'of a secret oa" me into,compliance. .by threats and almost opened upon'jau I cam
I : and I had been too accustomed fieri fousdmy firtiusrr.
.. ,ths latter had at last yielded to his im blows 4

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: ..of toy busbtnd 'beyIare poi. i TIle I\ .enemy, and rzoz' .THB-STAX. {Id At d 'w 4fly be -fJ.tft..bi' .. I. ,_ t. -$.f .It_. .5;
of tftoi
I E tbepuJlica ftr tht'tha the
. uGeei'' : father This the external | Aa the election Ttdciioapfj Nr ena '' ;
ra -
fay jfc -* two letters the subject of the Union .cind date.-" But I claim to I ,the Territory ,
i '< 'ti Ddiroa t"iri .h.-"emign* !ra: ,on :, .
l-IIJ' > gjiaytiac
I' paatfe J Bank someTof the Stockholders'h:1 &ask- otvbat the Bank has done intends ing or:other M.
, ,' wih 'f; ADCl esll" ,. wtth, we will. I in ; or I 3
}" .. 11_ ,- 1 ,. >.q.,- 1I4- & U'-k which] the eoBtest I : East Flori ed me to notice two or'three thing. about 1(to dov.,' And say that the Bank has..no is decided. at once b

t"' 'U'1- Ii'10.. r-. i ""'l- etcq'I' iu didatea! will be decided, at Fort Mel. "1 which the enemic* of,the Bank havemade Candidates..--nor has it at any time, or id 30th'of:'1Ai"is
UI"I1t1 1-
i 4 the feeblewit the< late movem tlin: it, I much D ise. j an y "Way, interred in elections. th "thej'L_ ';

.! 1 U 1tJDgw5h d. you.* rpy .d&r. on the great body than.any oc 1st., It has been asserted,,that the Bank i Beyond the interest 'which every part cilAntUBanb 1'ire'toetend'toaIIthe. : S y.JCCts .

'T_ Po1Do1f. my, husband,was butwj cu rsion through the Jtfure of J practised a deception upon the public, in I of the community must feel, m correct legislation of Legislation.The s

to:wife plausible pretext j ridding the country, we made it 1 *** I=announcing. its resolution,! ,to reduce exchange i the Bank.has nothing of Ids?,or of second. question isthlj "' '

ha bouse of me; bu: ambition was ft itsj interest! to ascertain .to-'X&arles- 4 'to two'percent ; xvhen. in fact, it I gain dependeut upon the elections. Its Banks have. convnenced oper''.. f.

height ;' be had gaped j the boson aDd titles movements and the their number, I had no longer any exchange to sell. rights under. the charter, are as secure, as negotiated tne Terrft'riaI't

& of cry father,and'cs.ndIRitto keep roe shrou. abed ruad. The result Gen. Like the charges answered in mv former is the title! which any citizen has to his gress.the. right annul}, alteror -

$ la obscurity;:while the ministry were well has been I letters, the above assertion is unf.tundla. And no act of the legislature' can thefr" charters! I answer nor'| .r .

pressed to strengthen with aristocracy and election must be the Treaty, violate those'righti, without unsettling every had ample time to act upon their

c- wealth that power which was dependent on grounds as formerly. ) ',to remain! II ed.The resolution. of the Board was adopted principlc.wbich! gives security to PTP- before they were carried into ..
l that 40 Indi .J
.;. the unstable popular vce. lect such candidates as on the 2d January last, while I was in erngland. ty. Any expost-fncto law ; or law impairing her power over them ceased 'tb.' ,-
"It ia i a melancholy and touching story of ified their Tampa Bay VV E But reference the Checkbook dollar of ,
represent on to the validity of our contract with one stock was pai uo the}
I. the Lady Olivia, (said 1 to the physician if) but I I I gard to what they these been Indians viola- ,| I find that, (with the exception of the Territory, would be null, and vOid ol and the bonds disposed oC

why did she ask you so earnestly you ed Loco.foco and to t seven days) toe Bank sold exchange on effect. The Bank has no fears on the subject -| I ask, (leaving the powerout or
had for this what do the re by naming ,
news morning
morse or jostling of Ute world; concern her?" I in g as a body been ) On this every day in that month. And the exchange of the question) if it w9pMl h just

. MOn her husband's death, she will inltcrit ting in the l formation; the murder-I I sold in Januaryexceeded 883.000February I am aware that certain High Priests of rig/it/ after their bonds&ase have,:told bi
. : solely all these'vast possessions replied he, | knowing no great i -, .the. exceeded 34,000 party, have declared that the future state r the Territory from'aft j fa obf
and March, 11,000 of Florida. will not be bound by contracts tions, and leave the ga-
find I hare iatelf rumored that his mad career which they are back a- purcha* r withoot
upon: if April. 6 360.000 tered into while! under Territorial security for the
. is nearly drawing to a close' themselves pos en goveminent. any forthcormog *
; I took my leave of the host-tut Olivia and knowledge the 46 per- The Bank sold exchange, when it had But I have no fears that such a money 1 They had an eye, *iflgly fij

\ the sorrowful! tale were long in my heart. The partial i iueighliorhoods i| the Indians funds upon which to draw. And ceased principle will be asserted by any legislature. -, upon the security afforded them by the

. .- whch t'nt with Chit. to sell. when it had none. ." And if one could be found to deny Terntory when they purchased the

re nomination which up of 13 of It had become necessary for thc Board the obligation of the bonds of the Territory and now It would be dlshooorabfch fcods

THEFLORIDIAN.ai! ke treated with dl '' force i is to to tix upon a rate of exchange. at which, isst-ed to, and sold by the Union Bank; : highest degree. to take from tcuritY. the

; TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA; than: a fraudulent tactics with when in funds, the Bank would draw.- it would be a gratuitous act of infamy ;'! se that

': ( Saturday Morning, Sep. 28, 18397 I Legislature a packed all 1 question-will Because our merchants, in giving notes for I entailing disgrace on the Country ; and Fellow! Citizens, I owe the U n On Bank

---- tion< w ithout the know th.ha"e their| purchases New York had made : erecting] a bar to our admission as a member -i some money! which I. hope to be able
UWe are authorised to ."ounce ,,M. ft. I they will them payable at the Union Bank "with |, of a conferacy of honorable States..!! pay; with this exception I have to
McCALL. E**{. as & Candidate to rrprtcfot Gad- I i people-without < of the the current rate exchange added." The Upon the! Union Bank, such an act would,'I with the Bank. Bat I noexion ron-
I da Coantj u. the next LegUUtije; Council.' pi1We es or aims of either : with kindness, I surely must
t I Bank boinir the only drawer there was no be inoperative. It would neither be de-I i b allowed as a citizen,'to feel aa
} tro authorised to annjurec DANIEL wish effect escaped from ** wterwt
ttcR.JlIT.. a* a. Candidate to represent LUOD j' they, to i found in close :" current( rate of exchange ; except that p riveci of its rights, or of its Capital. And !I'in tne welfare of the instilution.

l t Coatlj, in lie next Lg .!lme Coaunl- IC!cs they are to be i of t:e occur. I j| which it might establish. I think the rate the| Bank would proceed, (as if no such I I I It is a Florida Institution and will be

: B7We ere inlborived t* announce Dr. Win. j"TKADEWELL f3.'C those of friendship i f'T( r Uow. No of- n was too low : and would have voted act had been passed.) in the honorable! discharge supported by me as Ion! as it keeps within

u a Caud.date; to rrrnuc* t vou i 1 BCaxity ] auk. The fact that the order if! a 3in5t it, if 1 had been present. As of its duty ; by the punctualray-.1.,I the limits of its charter ind no 'longer..

ia iLe next Le iUt.ve Council. ) tuted| Tallahassee, & ; because there j 1I j I would also, have voted against another ment of the interest, and I am in favor of an investigation j into

,. IC7"V. are .'ltbo Kd to ar.nojnc NATHAN-i with I resolution of same (date which resumed J Bonds.] the afiafrs of the Bank, accordioz
ed: e to
originated a I rau upon Ii i the
TELV.. WALKED. f>jXo rfrrcsenl Leon Coun i i s.pecic on the tme and two dollar In I will advert circumlancy and will
conclusion. charter elected
Iia the next giiJUire CoouciLIC7We I j I hereabouts, who were I i ;/rm>n- payment to a -I to the Legislature .
,' I will keep I notes of the Bank." The effect of the ? of late occurrence, connected with' exert myself to have a thorough
are aatl ori.ed loanr.onrce Mej. JOHN :, \ancc their private resumption has been to deprive the community Bank which has been I made !into examination
I \TIOrr. a* Candidate to rcpicwnl Leon I i l beiig 1 fatj the\ ; greatly exag its aflairs.
interests of
County tbe nest L.ji.'aUfc Conucil. |i iICJWe enduring j j,, ( ; agai turned of the convenience of our smalP!'cerat: <>d, and misrepresented.: I allude to I The report that I am the Candidate of

i are authorised to announce BASKS j tie influence in forming Ii j I:I } ; circulation ; amounting to about twenty the] discount by the Cashier of the Bank, : the Bank, is utterly false and unfounded

JTCACHEM, as a C&ndidltetMt."rre Gad drn H1[ li ts asked what arc I Gen Taylor five thousand d llarThe want of winch: of a bill of exchange! for his brothertT I I know of no Bank Candidate in the

1 County ja the next Lgicative! Coui.Cil. i i in this election which :: : j that the 1 is! now grievously felt. The specie ]}aid without: die knu\-Iedge! of the T I field.

We a-e antLorze to ancuuoce MUCH ARCH re to support ? What j will go un. ut. has gone we know not where -I) rectors. I It has been urged against me by some
; JIR.: E q. a, a cjr.CiJ to rcj>rccut Lt-uu Coui.t} 2d. I am asked to cxp'ain! the nature of The Boird but I who
in the) Lci'laiire : 'advocated: b\ the one j the offer. >. meets once a week.- are electioneering to de'':t success
i.tit Council.
ICT"E auhoj.ed CHAItLHS: ;j:;i other. Arc we to : I i the efforts: of the security\' whch; the Territory i is And since llie first comnierice.'ient of bu-l;; I voted for the militia law. I do not

S. S1ULEY, a. a; ean"idalu In announce to reprew.ul Le.n I ICouut If j i I C'p'e; or division \ i when such in- I protected against loss, in consequence of 'ill(' s. fie Pro:i i.i"tjt.: and Cushier haveti: en) it. There bad been much dlsjati
\ nnht stuhd- the issue of its bond been voted with authority discount t l faction about the old
iu Um tin; ;uUiire CouneL i if j I ence 1 It is said that ; :; law every ODe com-
'- I :i ; General ? I* The securities are 1. r ", ]Bills of Exchange, during intervals: bc!; paine! that it was inefficient t..and hat

; i tj- Kev. Afr. RICE will preach ia the I Ij I arc sadly deranged and j: trilh-.g! Is:. The Capital: of the Bank ; obtained! tween Board d.1S.: On the 13th Septem-j j, those who were disposed;could elude the

j : Presbyterian Church, and Rev. Mr. WOODPY I partial investigation: : I 1 I given ample by the sale of the bonds. I h er. 1S37. the Board made an order, that:; sa-ne; and! that in consequence; it fcttthei

! t I xu the Methodist Church in Tallahassee, :i; :candidates so far : .- ; and 2d. The: surplus profits of the Bank ;;I'' such discounts should be reported to each I i heavier upon the good and upright titi-

, at 11 o'clock Sunday 29th of Sept. iust. j I dare their ir.tcwthn to !: which jila-. t f jriin,! the sinking fund. j I c succeed! 2 Board. At the tirrje the order''zen? of the country. voted for the m31.

i j, lion, and apply all the I j, sagacity far1!| 3dThe/ property of the Stockholders, !. was ,made. I was inc w York ; and was i J I:: tia law to correct this state of ThingsIuit

I. HEALTH or OCK CITV.-Xotwithstand* J j in the power of the L j, :|I' morticed for that ob.; ct. .i una npr zed of its existence, until the Of.1;has,I failed to do so, I regret it; I bare do
the of the sickness and I; destiny is Trus- I wiii remark each! of I
these sccuriJtics.
ing numerous
: '
reports i are found nece ; : : on currence now spoken of. The crderseem ; my duty to H1\.countrv.

I mortality! of our citwe. are pleased to be 'I I tiyn which iry.to be I*. i '. of Stiz hh i! I;|.: soon to hl\'e zone into disuse : for I can.t i I As t;. the tax law, I' voted for it; f re-

'; enabled to state that the general health of seems j!' ]1'1.1upon the of I 1. The Capital of the Ban! i i. in a. :'. not remember an instance of a bill thu s I:: gretted the necessity: for so doing; bat the
t and this the c. c act '
try !I
our citizens is not surpassed Uy any southern I i upon :: service I mount, equal to the Tcrritoral Bon.Is.: S 't !cllnted. having been reported to the: expences of the Convention, and the expense .
be fast d\ing away. ; ; And unless !impaired by bad debts, this:: se- :, ]Board. The discount of I of the It
city within knowledge.. It ts true wc 1 1I i to act without I! F t in Flor-. I (, now spoken was ] country required it. was
have had a few deaths and interments within I I I 1 l ing their votes aud pa ; curilv is. of itself: sufficient: protection.-.not;.i reported. And when subsequently! j'I i ii understood by me to continue only for the
ing w
; I But to guard against and to repair; |osees ,i,: communicated to the Directors, there washa 1| present yc-ir, then to be decreased I have
the few : !
corporate limits, but with exceptionsthe ; i in all oilier cases, the !
the will be I I from bad: dybts ; the profits of the Bank! i feeling of dissatisfaction, which induced 1 il'n[:[ ad to pay my share,and I have not grnaIbled. '
diseases contracted in the people '
f were country I1 i to be retained and accumulate! ., .
of ths steam I S : !he Cashier. at once to do, what he inform .
: adjoining towns, and brought here for medical I which At this we tuik!crisis should we \ l [ !I J 1 !*, 36( hour 2. A Sinking Fund: until that fund shall: : ed me was his intention. He resigned.i I I I did not vote for the repeal of the Cen-

cid or interment. For the last three SUD). rioridut.8, afcd should j that pi.ice and i equal the amount of b.:>nds sold. i According to rigid c.construction of the t ventlon law. I was opposed to .itiad
I '
mers the character of Tallahassee in regard I election. They ere \ I Before the Union Bink had gone mtoj: ;i rule he erred, in omitting to report the dTs- l spoke against: it ; I was at home with a

'. to health, has much improved, and although L4 I I mrnf and the Dirisifm 4't!\! cr.t, l to 1 bo i, operation. there c\i5'tt-.tlllo' datil, by which! I!count fortliw ih. It is probable! however, sick tainjlv. ,repeal J was eecteL. '
\ ft &: .f '- r .huoll 'It. .1"1 TTTTI Inc-n roUH --HJ i- t':1r J .1-Oincr. Kmtgiven I "i voie\ragam3ttrje adoptIon of the coo-
; ': town,yet our Physicians pronounce it deci- 'sve and euergetic 'in t :) ItfS Vj f week I I profits of"the l Bank. I thought :t safe,I, a hue tn the transaction which it i stitutlon-because I did not like some of

i tledly health).. Our city authorities too are a ful division would of the 1 j j I ] off nt Hoa. however to assume two per cent ; which: I I would not otherwise have had. Of the i I i its provisions, it has been adopted and I
blast all i is
the :
: difference
i our j: between the rate of interest !
industrious and in the I goodness of the discounted
t \ more vIgilant discharge for a single; fight paper there i Is .: acquiece In the will of the majority.
mcnt : to the Bonds .
payable and
many years on that charged
of their duties than formerly, and we hope : '. ; -J!nu doubt entertained. Indeed Gen. P. 1 am In favor of a State Government,
I anxious b ) '
equally : the !
: t by Bank. on its discounts. And!
k they may continue to improve, as there i is still I ions and (j i 13. calculation! promptly tendered ample collateral secujrity and opposed to a division of the,Territory
by I found that annual '
an surplus \ t fur; the
{ !: of iou amount. State or no Stac. 1C I honored
dales news 'I am again
much room for improvement. The weather &is wcl: its the '(' !' of two cent, would olf the !'
per : The above
: l 'I left thi* city on pay is n statement of a matter with a seat in I..egislature.1!
look this.
\ to i your
ii and but
excessively warm dry, we trut-t ; fJnd ,in less than whereas
__ I nbt the Indians j j tict.ity one years: -1 t ji which: has been distorted-and exeggerated shall serve :you honestly ana independ--
: j that! with vigilance, and due regard to : the time of their
; proper : The troops under : ) |be need average maturity is ,, -and which has furnished a theme for a ntly.

7. temperance and cleanliness by our citizens ctratcd the swamps ,; t* kept regu-J j I! tirenly seven years. i extensive Christian, and patriotic, whisperings Your Fellow Citizen.

w'e may be spared the scenes of mortalit.1 Deadmans Bay, ;\' : "( of'i' \' Experience Ins shown that instead of ] and insinuations. WILLIAM TRADEtVELLri .

t which other of our neighboring cities Hans signs and a few I'I have tubsid- : two, we may safely estimate the annua!j I have known the Cashier for near forty --

witnessing. ceeded ( S I surplus profit of thc Bank ftt four perji, s ears. I have known him in the possession the London Morning Ckrmick 22i
: getting a !!! is pro i! cent. And on the 1st January last thi-fof! f affluence-and under the o ri Aug.-We direct attention to the annexed

] For the satisfaction of our friends at the I I states that the ( I 1 1I |'i i new scat'of. sinking lund, had: already amounted l to'', ;adversity.: And he has yet pressure to do the;: communication, hich we base ret'e Ted from

: t East in regard to the result of the late cltcj j i I Monday, for the Indian i the greit diln.I three hundred thousand dollars. Anh! thing, which will impair my confidence: a very intelligent ar.d leading gentleman b
1 '
I \ tion we republi&h the total returns of the sc.eral I j the captured ccgro, i I ; The :;e.1 amount. of itself sufficient: to payoff all'!' i in his honor, and intc rit\.. I the city. which will be found highly interesting

:,... \ counties as received, and now on file i ia miles distant. The j I!I | : j f, will be litl- the bonds in twenty eight y('rs. Bill JOhN G. GAMBLE. $i and important. It refers to tbe proposed
i i five dollars computing future annual surplus at four cotton combination in the United States
t plies at Deadmans 1 Sept.22,1C30..
: Bay !i
the Executive office. \ do not ,'arv a ( ) the ;the of which inserted in Mornirtg
J. I salary per cent, the sinking fund will pay ofi" the P. S. Since the above plan was the -
tion of the Governor j handed
vote from the list a published in our paper of i to j l < cfliccn and:I bonds !in >!ev<:\oars.froin. the, 1st January the Printer. have: been reminded was of Liar t \j Chronicle: a few days ago. This is *
it is
the 24th ult. When the first conjectured arc Houston. ,momentous question and which interests
returns came next, ending on 1st January. IS.!} one
I their l been accused ol interference In the late
holds ug
strong \ ) !I I
;in, several precincts in different counties, : reg'). ., Ether: of the two securities, icmarked : persons on both sides of the Atlantic ; vh3
The Congressional election. And that Mr.
I troops were ] > to England! which effects
were reported as having given large votes fur and spirits. of upon, afford sullicieir protection to the Baitzcil! in a speech to the people of Leon'i cotton must be of anything serious consideration

p, UaitzeU' and the Constitution" which have !, : Septem. Territory." But to make "assurance doubly I- i County, made reference to a letter of mine;: when it is remembered very that the value I the i I
feioce been ascertained 'to bo erroneous The nickncsd at sure, a j evidence of.interference.
0 : < cotton goods manufactured in this country in :
geruleman 3d.
oil at thooo \V : bated. Passengers The property of the Stockholders, the that
: ; being openocl precincts. c ; ax we j is also against assumption 1833 amounted to upwards of 36,000,000 I
believe so polls were opened at Woodeor Pitt.roana t. city elate that the town i this Govern mortgaged to secure the payment 11: because I am a Bank officer I must not sterling, while the value of exports of ouso.
I I of the Bonds.
,'Jackson ; at McGrifls and John ons the white population, t new Kepubiic! the And it is well known that !exercise the-rights ofa citizen; I will only fact u red cotton goods daring the same period

.. ill Gaddcn ; at Blotkers, in Leon, and at two hundred, and the ::: of Mex the property a'iiount for(is, in which value it,is more than double ; say on this subject that when the letter re'I was nearly 18,000,000 being in bet 17,966-

Health give the deaths of the Central;I mortgaged. terred to was written 1 was Ignorant thatl 0007.
Riadleys, )fad oo. In Esc&mbia, the two Of" the
perfect security held by the Territory *
-Sir. the Circular
five the first he a Congressional election was pendingor cotton signed by cer
7 precinct of Florida town and Mittens, gave to seven. The there is then no doubt. And to tain in of Jay
ed and fires for her In-r reason L- that Mr. Baitzcll was a candidate. Nor: planters New York on the 5th -
no vote fin tbe C t.utioD. We believe, the principal( are streets.kept I friend of the matter with a doubter would be a until after mretuTn to the United States I last (part of which was republished in you

therefore, if all tbe returns from Columbia country i i. almost ) in the year waste of time. Such a man would doubt was I acquainted with the name of a single paper of the I5th inst.) and the call of a cooveutioa .

: have been received, the result is as stated. nah river bchg in the battles of his own existence. And however, it may Member the Convention, in whichI to meet at )Macoa: in Georgia, on the,

; Majority for Downing, 811. In New Orleans 6h( Janus suit the purposes of demagogues, to express : understood.attempts were being made, 22d October next for the purpose of protecting

For Ibo Constitution, 21. fever prevail to an : of Di i. fears on this subject ; no such fears to obtain a disavowal of the obligation of the interests of the planters, are circumstances

0 those cities arc and has had arc entertained by any one having brains the State of Florida, to pay the Bonds issued deserving serious coesideradoo. 1
Baliufl. COli. io ,
DowsIng. Cu it : ing previous of tho latg- enough to perform on act of thinking. to the Union Bank. As they indicate a course of measures which

.Gadsden, Co. 81' 262 204 05 i I parativoly any healthy.year. that n public: \\e have abundant evidence of public The following is the only of may lead to an interruption 'of the trade te

;, Ja. 62 318 2-11 114 and Marine.f S confidence in the sufficiency these sc letter which: refers to the paragraph Andin highly injurious to the planters themselves to
: Washington.'Walton 24 41 16, 53 We publish l the of the curitie ; and also in the prudent my subject. : the cotton manufacturers in this couatry ,
relation I
management to it, wilt only add that it
contains the
: 28 53 .with
; 38 27 to aU whoare in business
of the engaged
St. News Bank in the with
j ; avidity
not word which I
; I a am disposed to ibis
Kscambia, 204 62 30 193 l United States, cannot.fail to wane to
'. order of Geo. Taylor and his long whIch premiums of 25 a 30 per cent, arc retract or change. Extract I you
15 13 am anxious : thing
Calhoun, 328 21 conclusiou, if will'consider that any
given for stock in the Bank. In other you
Leon: 224 416 482 142 of the Indian prisoners I !! together with> words to complete my business here, and 1 like combination between the planters in eStates

: 'Franklin, 141 88 OJ 117 Ion, by Lieut. Hanson : : of his altvays of premiu-ns given for the privilege:. get away, before any item reaches London, is sure to induce a counter combinaUoaamongst
S 69 308 32 We people and mortgaging property, to secure the pa of the infamous in If
: ".jewerrxh. 51g1dia arc not disposed t I career, hay ment of the bonds. measures attempted the spinners in Lancashire. you
"? D% 34 31' 51 16 this; report,and hope for and e Convention in relation toour Bonds. Any will consider, moreover,the immense amount
; fljtot4 'CO 11 19 51 concerned it Having explained the nature and shown act which will show a disposition to violate p. of cotton produced there, and the quantity'
may prove the
: of the
.4IozU'oe 103 r D5 Ii flection the n adequacy securities ; let me say the faith of the Territory, or State, still more 'immense' manufactured in this
upon Mexico
;.UW1rough, 46 50 00 41P the Government arc & the most, fiat a few words on the interest which the pc- will put an effectual bar to future loans. It I country-above nil the influence both beie
.Iade. 71 6-1 7 ia correct, are, juct of all pic Florida have, in sustaining, and fo 5- will be the first instance of breach of faith aad in the ,States, which the situation of the

,.: Colambia, 195 ,12, 41 161 hoped the government arid:that t tering the Union Bank. by one of our States. Infamy must' attach L- coUon trade necessarily exerci on the money
S ; ;: 04 2 DB"DlJn pore The 23d Section of the Charter, gives Market-, manufactUred or va-
'f ; come tired of ,child still brave- to every man who lent his aid to the
; ; 332 13 42,' 20CI Semin il *, but fear and I to Florida one half. of the surplus profitsof infamous attempt." manufactured,' beinjia both Cu1trithegreat .

!;. Jobn, 328 8 91 I wisdom A, few days tyrants the Bank ; after the sinking fund shall ,f J.G.G. means settling the balance of trao*
those '
111 100 J2 Hum or the people have doublctl the Capital.' And it is demonstrable '_ and preventing the export of specie--imp"*''
uGgcrg. the favor and To the People oi
Leou.Connty. the
speedy,,termination, of sons of that after the 1st January 1851 I, F&LLO ClTIZKNB, sed with the importance to both avoiding

'I. 5535 1724 2055 ,2034W3 I been the object,dv&r Texas, who the State of Florida' will annually receive You have seen from the announcement 'collision referred to. I have extracted fro

'i S.: jop t ,&$8t* Augustine, will giroj verily .believe ; for i prosperity, :i from the Baiik, a sum exceeding one hundred of my name i in.the public papers.that 1 the phDt'CiUfheM3tCWCfltCt L fo certtifl&f; .1
'.ijc ten :yet remaining, Columbia if lb V. by a possibility exist of this dis- thousand dollars. A revenue more have again consented,to.be run for the representative principles by.which I they profess 0t
lated L and endeavoured to point
or ance, Florida, herself than sufficient to defray all the expenses s branch of the ; have .
p1t'I dp Reid.President of the Con, j jrfca next Legislature ; racucsble -.
far >
t the'course..to be u aaj
derived the )least benefit of State Government. And for this pursued
that Gen. annual ,and as circulars appear be the or certain .
1 en if poi yet received i we are induced 1 those PinciPkanJ to
as baa been such to Congress; benefit, Florida. will not have paid der of the day/I shall' submit to you the ,according to .
which !
Ir'io feeK. Teoo precincti rc in to be)beard of her citizens cent. I; facts the correctness of
ty one expression creed
: of my political as sue t ; being, u
... i. j WP%Yff" they are, we felt; ., a tie What then must be thought of the .wisdom cinctl)','& !irias few words as possible., As ; the proposed favourableto.course:.tfcewtt. *.

:- Jm f pUHdnnf of the Convention bw call. might take the"trouble coun-I' or the patriotism of .men, professingto the subject i of &r.k3.is' pne' of much. importance I. I my eats opimoo pf aH decidedly. i the trade 00 t

; :; 4" a j tb!:Clerkf ,of the different; coun.t I selre*could r i11"' med r y be !the peculiar friendsof the;people ; allow me to say, that I have DeI I both sides"parties.of tlw ,CwMter., c.ezn.va, ,WiA'itt*. vie.Lbwn

: 'firfrtifie4: copie of the' returni ,I by out"resources could L.CII quiet in that who are 'endeavoring to embarrass; and ver known oner,properly conducted, that j under. the..e raticaot1 t' :

w'-ft* *itW 'Jnwj' the _; wr";yi vantage from iti iJt was .eute r. injure an institution productive of so much 1 was not useful. Their fst6ry from eii' quest-6 ". .. s.lettir' 'VI 'I
10ut .
$ -, i'l v IV,', .445rio1b e- j joo,_an t.- _but i renewed-' : : ( : good ? Let' thepeopJ' .paqdethe. question origin, to the 'prcserit. time i.has beea sufficient i. ... Ttyiare ',. 'af'.L..i. i"l..J.&,' -n.;

1J.i'.i('bo, thteJ ftIIn: er' ., t jpy, ejr -|.. selling" !I. ". fc',K ,o establish their utility i :* ': I '; .t _... .
# .
.' ... .. ,.; ;.Vtc_1.1 ) < ) l. 1 v 3d... An' effort ,1$ :made:to>l,mix p'J.the The, first great" "qucsllorj- weytJi I 'iJi vr- 'iif' "

p.f l. it;:' ; iI ( t' : :"1 (D .., ,:d .\Tf :: ( EalBuUdin'. \ S : :. ',.flaqkdwith;thg approaching1 it E9! J.f? :-*; .STQC> in this F rrito 1 J iq4'PP9 ygic t1Aq'S ; attlt.ji I I

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bftottO1 sifc$ ef. way*trill bo the"case nhen &2 matitutlan if - :- --' :-w--------i'-t---- t .

'? .- 'silr :r'; tcES'j'y'i: : y -U p ..!
and ttafural influence of ftup.r&rinot pressed ror r.a&dgoU' It pours ia/rom ri y lIvpb7thoLti&craberoathsdhaLa .

all parts of Europe saad, America. nnd al. _a Uigbi biMAftE, both tomd frtl whUa, apdwhil ..: .. Tlra failaatJinf rapfcretfbrif HENRY 1T *, rfitfjeiu ii.ro

be steady, and the at."current though it is not yet deemed expedient *cr reduce *t>Ui
so s to adroit of safe the rate interest, that will be dbnfe old The owner is requested to come forwardprotopreperiv the abv pdrtaboot lbe0lh of 3Dcto'For fa thTJlo

;_ the put of the planter the when the clouds clear and the ; pay charro; and take ber *way.' bet.' freight or paMge haying"excellent ac- Bank and olhers arq p/aiotin"*,aad Fr*sefa >C Ok
on away, political -
ENOS B. DAVIS tn mnda1iont., apply iw are defendant 1 have Jerie4 ttjkor tad *B U.*!!
,9'e4t, a/td the manufacturer, unless the horizon is somewhat brighter than it, :is at Monliccllo, Sept 18,1819. 4tA Sep.28, I83. 4t R. J. HACKLF.Y. at Public sale! oo Tucidaj. te Btk rfay-of October

Tce t nttenl It cpnsequcntly, the in- present... I : :-flAy HOUSE.-Taken Far BaldBtore.-(Regular.htk (.) next, in legal b on on said dain: front elLJI.

;vterest_ of these three classes that the article There is every thing therefore to'encour.. : Plantation come weeks ago, a chcsnut np at sorrel'mj 1 The fin fast sailing r.opper fasten.ed Court Roy* door Tallahaww, liii follotief 4,

( iQold be protected, on the one hand, from age trade in this country-and :a''renewal of HORSE, with ono bind fooCwhite. up to the fetlorkvand 1 t1It schooner FULVIA. Cator, .Master, Feath property, vix: A p14 mounted waikiftg'stiefc

ii'V' lyrfeat and undue speculative fiction, which confidence and a dismissal' of/all tt mal! WhjtOjmtin U>e fare. The owurr.rau twitl haire quick, despatch.s.. .Tor r bed Saddle ant Matraw, Mf h post Bedstead,Port'Mautean -
apprehcn.sions bags, two Lad* Cloak, a lot jof
him l by paying fo'thin adrrrli, and iWfright apply lo the m might inflate'prices above the natural rate ; ; by this arrival ; and by the British i ho expences, by applying| |> at the Plantation>ement of at St. Marks, or to BETTON FISUERTalla- Hc dC1othu, a large Blank Book,"levied' on aLibis

and, on the other, from a'ny derangement in Queen, we feel coufident/the news will be JOHN I
ILe; *.the money market, or any other accidental equally encouraging.- Y. Eve. Star. p.23.1839. 3t 8 tni'eseutofTahlit.auee. WOIIEW YOBK. writ aecordicrtolaw iands for ee on a** Zed*. .
MrnbL l.Sep7l8T9stBr .
THE Sabscrifc Btrrat ..privatelowinjTracn'ofLtfidonaefwti' .
WhICh it below that rate. :;
might depress -IosT- "
4# cause daily MINOR '
Col. David JJ of
3. The state of the currency mainly' depends Crocket.-Extract! of a letter fBlWO, Urge black *po ted bound DOGS in ear ejpetted to arrive'will be the first Vessel NOTICE. Lot Wo. *< 4 1isitii:

the the to ; from Holly Springs to a gentleman in Richmond JL of one IN cropped the other has a srar of a cut for the above < Fur freight or IX weeks '
on means country possesses bsck orHbe lute shnulder pnrt. I! after dale, 1 utah apply to the-Rota. Lot No. I I 2 0 '
pav its foreign debt, by the export of its pro- j dated 22d ultimo A liberal reward will be about two inches long.- passage having good accommodation, the Judge bf the County Court of Leon County E1F4NW & 8W4 35g i$
"It is staled that Col. David firo to any one who will to the fOr letters of SW .
To the extent its produce or man- Crocket is yet deliver them In the apply Captain orlo Administration on the Estate of Ej t -- -tL
dactions. j
I alive and in mbwibcr.orpivelum information StMarks,8rpI418i3t W McNAUGHT. John Qarman of Sbt'
Mexico deceased, late said County & &W&NW1 14
working jn the which
I ufacturcs fall short of that object, exports of mines. will!! lead to their recovery. -
There Notice. Sept 1839,61 THOMAS BARNARt NWj 11 5lrSF&
bo induced, the effect of wliichroust were two men who were known to be JOS. D. RYAN. .
bo 3G.1y6-X&Z
specie may from dale applicationwill :
in the battle Tallaha drys CQITOiNIFIAVE ',INS.
of S-pt.
Alamo ep. 28. |&33. 2t THIRTY
passed Mem.phis
through .
of the the
be reduction circulation > the Judireof the County Court of lot S4 i- 31
a of fimt rate Steele Plata Cotton
depreciation ofproperty. and general distress. a few days ago, who say they escaped Lost or 'islaid. Jaek on G>uity. for leave to sell the real estate of f S&E&.NW1 -
from the mines in NOTE loratxiui $67, tMvt-ii by Harman Ad- on hand, ass.irtrt', from 3 1:0. 50 sawa NEf & 32I
Mexico, and that Crocket A William Patteison. deceased lata of .Jaskstun .E1SE i2 5E4NEI&EISEI
4. Cptton being by far the most important SIRS. June, 1839, payable lo Join R. Scott, co u&tv. JOHN W. PATTERSON. ca h. which I will sell at 2,25 per saw, to close a '*

produce of the United States, and affording was certainly there. These men are certain or bearer, one day afiir date.- Also! a Note given A. L. WrODWARD. Executor. cn gnrneDt.: Apply lo me at Parish's Store,Mi.ukms' E4 NE4& E SE i3, -

the means of paying their foreign debt, ly known by some of the citizens of Mem1phis by Tho J. Lititon, dated April 23, 15539, for $1? : Marianna, fept.JS. 1839. 4l rtj or to A. II. Hall, Mornolis.An w4NwI.sw4kw&8F47. .af. 4..
great _ .
G2 ? 10.1839 3t BENJ A MIX BYRP.
to be men of payable one day after date, to John! E. Scott.All iv '
it is the interest of the whole community, and respectability ; these men NOTICE.LL NEI &.- w EI'' Ift X'' ;iS --' '
went from Giles l perM.ris are warned .igainsl trading for either of NOTICE. N &. SE; .
is *
Tennessee. ia
of the monied institutions that county, There | A PersT are hereby forwirned from tradinjr -*
said Netes. w
particularly Elortion
a%tliey are the properly ofths.ub.rriber'epl.21li39. A for four Members to represent the
is R.J.HACKLEY.For .
price in England, the great market, should great excitement in Memphis about it. It ; JOhN o SCOTT for a certain noteefland.lraws) bf Mi- A m. UoQiity of Irfon i i0 the next Legislative? Council Taalaa.ee.ep5I83L.tf

be steady and that the article should be of will appear in a few days, and if it is the case, LAND FOR SALE. chi ae Wi frins, E'vir All r. Fairciolh, fr 85000Ostrd in the Lower house, will be held in the County *. '
5th of June 1839, and paynblo tat Jan. 1840. Sole. :
there f Leon i ;
current sale so as to be the means of a large will be at least ten thousand troops from $ THE ub.rriter irs f r nalp four thouMiid Sep 201839 2t AM EN B WALKCK. at the on! Monday th-4ith day of October neat, 4 QUARTER SECTJprr of first rate:'Land.

effective remittance. It follows that the interestS Tennessee, volunteer in less than two weeks !j of LAND, niualc in the county of MadUon. --- SHERIFF SALE. At St.following Mark, precincts vii: .t .. situated two mile*jiorUi-weal of TalUAuse*.
I arljoining land of Tlios. J. Linton Tlieie under Uie Superintonience of A.M. "
ot the bunking: institutions of the States am to go. ; Land* of fir Efq. Y Virtuo of two writs of Fieri Facias iwmed Alexander, John F Kaclilcr and S. S. TaIL -. Applto.. .. t 4R
arc thti ,
';l quality, and will be di"p'edof
arc the same as those of the three classes first If this is a fact, farewell to Santa Anna' in! {'rossi or in 'ot lo yuil pQrchasrrs. Piriii. from the Cerk* office of Leon County Cwul, 2d. At the Town of Port Leon, under the Siupermtendenee Jn7u2J. is : J.HACKLEY..

and nil his greatness, for so sure as it is Mexico \\ii i >liiM and to me directed, wherein Willirtn C. Miller'midl.dward of i'arnL Reid J. W. and ,
metioCd-Dafl3eY, that the price of cotton ,.urit.a-e will rail upon the rul>!'rri1'' '>rp.l Honeywell,
A. Heir are plantitft, rind Timothy Mr- S. O. Griffin.3J. Lost. .
should be natural that it may be steady, and We believe be taken by the son of Col. Crocket. L irul bis! ..n.Plantation E'. vxlioio in Lion authorized: county, nr on Tii .mas J. Cnrly i ja defendant. 1 have levied upon and shall Al Cuthbertf Store, Slu-ll Point, order the & NOTE of hind drawn by W-.A.'McMflee.
of certain realization. may be possible, yet we fear it -nineClear, q warrai.ife lit.cn wit In' IMmadclo dip<><:p of tho "el!l f r rash to the higheat bidder in It-gal bnrs, in >uperintendence of Edward C.XValker, J. J. Culh.berl .t: Qaincpr. Fio/ida, forsiiiy"-Uir dollars!: and

5. The interests of the British Go ern- is not the case. : -er.. I REDERICK |>urcla fr. nt t.fthie Coirl IIOUKB door in"lhe cityof Tallabisee. and A. 'F. Gravn. nt"ly.fir rents, payabretb'tb 'aub crb or bes rev.
of SCO 1 on the 22J d iy of October next, one WaruHouvp. 4th At .Magnolia under the Superintendence ef dated March 31. ,;1838. 'TbVnqnktf and al ,ther
meat, of the Hank England, and of the CENTENARY OF Mue.ukiSi.pt 28. 18.13. tf
METHODISM. situated in the port of St. Mark*, and deMgtiatrd W izs.J. Bailey N.-Harnlin and Daniel Ladd.5th. persons are hereby notified not to.trade for or par
banks of the interior, are the same in respect The 25th day f next month will complete Almiiiisirutor's IVotice. and known as the Mc'artyVar'*hou e, At Blacker* X Uoad, under the Superfn the same. WAT.:H. rgAMj.s.

nf this article as the interests of the Backs in hundred years s"rce the ftu.ndatio.i of the 41 Griv L )), ri-oii di ceased n-ilclit bit d of in HIIV way to Edmund b levied upon as the ptnpe.ity of Iho naid Timothy teud. nco of Tom Peter Cisairem, Jlicliard Walkei, Tallahassee, Ang.4h89.-Vn.

the United Slates, the in portations into Eng now wide spread and eminently respectably lie t .y i ailed! ujxiii to, n.ake(' inimeijinte JefTerson rnunty.
land being immense, and the employment of sect Christians denominated Alcthodirts.A the a intnixlrHlor hrrenf: and al| pnyniMi havitiatiy <> tso ned writ*, according to law. 6th. Al Tallahaiscc, under the Superintendence B virtue of four writs oCFieri'FscUs ianed
A. FI3lER.Shff.! of Wm.
demands 51. Illlliard, IS. J. II ickley and jJIIen W.Cole. out of the Superiot Court of tne>lMSdlo DT-
n most numerous body the laboring classes, day so interesting, not only to the members against t'lK *nii ? will present them) fly i DARIIY, D. Shtf. man. tricl of Florida tor

depending on the steadiness of prices \\hen of that numerous society, but to the Pro i itestant will out delay In the r ul> :-nber.W. projv-r y attt-s'f dGK.MRGt TallaiiaMee.! nepi. 2 18J9 51 7lh. At \Vro. HollantiV, OcklMkony. order the Union Bank uf Flori-'ls.Leon Win.-County Monroe, -krwhich,for haute the,

they are not steady, the foreign demind for world in general would not, of course < S .pt. 28. 1C33 8t ST-ANDLEY Adinnitratiir. FINAL NOTICE. Snpeiinl :nd nC8of Lionel Fletcher, Harvey M. &$-e. and M. J. Allen-*nd. Wou G,- Porter, are

manufactured cotton is greatly reduced, the he permitted to pass by without due and solemn A LL persona indebted to 'be subscriber by note Halo and Joseph Miller. Plaintiffs, and James Stewart is i.Defendant, I
thrown out of and } 4-r otherwise, un'e..get.hoj before next return 8tb. At George Youngs.-nndfr the Superitten- have levied upo.i and ;ak411 .ndesiorts1at
operatives arc employment, commemoration. 1 1have
Accordingly, we LL persons are iiTfby notified, that Richard d-iy, will have lo mako arrnigernent with a centleman d.s nee of Elij h Johnson, scur, James WilLis atd Public Auction on Monday 4he.15th>!of 3tthrnckt,
the great means of settling the balance of perceived, for some time past, that proparatious -' B. Coie, and Caroline h-i wife formerly Cnr.oline of lhe liar.Hickstown Noah AlcElvy.: at the late residence Jamas .Stewart'jbieurd,

trade, without the exportation of the precious are on foot in the numerous churches Murrav, vid' \v nf Alexander It. Murray, hlcof rpl. 20) 1K3.1 4l W C MILLER. 9th. At A. Cromartics, under the Snprrintcn- in Leon County, Ho.a ebold. and* Kitcfcwa fan

metals, is withdrawn, manufactured cottons I of the society, both in this country and in J thir leffVrson* county, der.e.a"cu, luve thiN day filed! NOTICE.IX de nee of J. \V. Bannerrojn, J. R, Nicks and .\. Cro- tare Plantation twla Horses, Cattle, 'Goau TJic.
p. I Ill 1111 in (lie Curt of raid niarlio.JU! .
affording hy far the most important branch of! England, for-a general celebration of the day, ; el'iiijf: for It the estate: (with real at d perxonal i-u.i.Iy|otK.nd 1 Month after dale, I hall present mv ac- V/t .Minchrr* store .-.iso a negra woman aged about fifty (
the British trade. ounln; and vaifhers, and apply to the H"n. formerly Manning*, under LerioJ upon as iLt prepertorard; James
export j IC occasion has naturally given birth Mexandvr R. M and that tho'dower the '
rl'm to | Tray praying Suj erintendtnto of Reuben Manning, Stewart, and to satisfy aid writs
Judge of thit C.iunly Court ofLeun for a aecordiaftolaw.
6. Incases of great pressure in the money any addresses, congratulatory and laudatoJ i J of mid Caro'ine in use same, niay be allolleillo disi barge from the adminixtralion' of County the e-tate of Richard Saunders and J"hrtCroniartie.lllh. l .

market, like the both in and her according to the act comcrnuidower.} At S.ith's.l3ltck Creek, und-r the Superintcndenee S. H. .
present any arrangement ry, prose verse, in the various Hector IjC,lie, deceased, late ofxaid county. DUVAL, Ma *lil.Bv .

by which the demand for money, on account papers devoted to the particular interests of r>. 23. 1839. 3m Snlieitnr J. f McCANTS,r Peiilioneri", -_R. i't 7, 1839 JENNKT LESLIE.Office Chan ustrle M. ofjol.n eott.l2h. S. Hart, John Cason and June 13 1839. Minor Walker* Dept. Mar-
of large branch ol business like cotton the of ,
any them
society, some
p distinguished: NOTIC At Parishes store under
; She
Superintendence 'ihesafa of Ihe above pruperty-iji poitponad till
should be rojfrrially reduced, would be of r for beauty of thought and diction. From .MES 'I'. P/lTTfiiSON. Guardian of Mar. Theodore Turnbull, Humphrey) I).Miller, Cd Monday l4ih October next.

great benenrio the community. two of them which have lately met our eye j g- r.t Carn.n. a nnri', >r, ha-* this d iy fi-d: 'n* d Kidder 31. Moore. Juylt439.! .- .

7. These principles, and this statement of r in the Christian Advocate, we extract for I l) 'iuIuiin in tie! Superior Ci>ur' of Jrflera eiiuuety.ii of the Talaliassce RailroadCo9lh 13ih. At Walker'i MiKs, (Sepeopcn) under the For sale -
pr \ Ist' an order of..aid < ourt aulhonzin Sep. !Hi9. Soperintendeneo of Mr, Brigham John Sea neil :
> ,
facts ? eui-
being correct, arrangements by the the gratification of our readers i ii the Methodist NEGRO BOY. Enquire at tl.iiroKcaJoae -
powen.ijj him lo t>fi< the c>lat ot said minor.MrCMNTS. OTIE is hereby given that on the 1st OLOber and John Ftackely. A .
planters of the United States in order to protect connection, a few passages, which strikes I next or a* -oon thereafter, an the drawbridge Sep 7 1H39.rntliE 8.1839. -

the article from any temporary depression as-appropriate, and as containing: a fine _Sept. 28. 183D. 4w f ,r Prliiioiior. over.the St. Mark river i I.' completed, the Copartnership ex si in jj between Tharsby Cotton Gins. r : ct
of price arising out of and tribute T.et1hiau.e' Railroad Co. will cease to receive or JL &. subscriber baa* recerve'd. a fiupp/) -of
derangement in just to the pious and eminent man: NOTICE. Ll'i/d, in the Ta'lahav Exchange THE
the money market in England, would be cal who founded the -ociety. Both of the articles oii ; S.JIJXIJEKJ5 iitt.l U'ife, nnd9P S leliver cotl"n or Merrband.zc al the prevent depot iliolv on the C2d oftbm month. Alft'cbt due Warranted CusSi( ii
the river and that slier lime .
out that Port I cot. Cotton Gins which will bfnlsapeiio tony
licully! lux1 ih-i dv Hii-d Ibe Court the concern since the Salt' rfMirc\\ill! be
culated the in tiled
to protect commercial and foam. from which the Superior i e
extracts arc made appear i,1 f Ji'tferiwiii county I hear order i 11 be tin? oniy place! o( receipt or delivery, on the by the lalivr and Mr.J.G. Wi'l.\ms, of the a other Gins in use N M.*MARTIN.
p''liti n an formerly "
praying -
cial interest of both countries; those under the signature of W. R. and Jlivvr > r Hay. June 29-4 n "
arrangements ,
are, we i.fvaid court in hell Uie cit taie of j..reniuli) Busi Lv. Planter, lintel, who have associated ihemselrestoirelher. -
not materially delaying the credits or prcsunm, from the same pen. The first is late uf>Hnl county deeea-ed fr tli" purpose iii.if 'I' 11 5t S'A M L. REID P'(cy.pro tc m.CME They request all those Indcblrd.to come Medical College ofLc IsIanaT

the issue of drafts in the United States from f "An Irregular Ode for tin Centenary." tccling a tilVl'I) of said c.l
against the cotton shipped, or inducing any 7"a/. Iniellzgcnccr.a' McC.4NTS.Sepl lo lhe paiitationflhe Fnbscriber.! re i- C as;:. J. R. LLOYD. will open on the first MondayMi*.pecembtf.
combined action in England the of 1 2S. 1PJ9.! 4w for I I'.litsnrierus. ab )Ut on" ni\ from Tal! on part < t i. i.iy every thoujr.l Quincy ru Notice. The Plats i-amca University ot.I'enuijt'vais.iAnyuintier
the consignees, but leaving to their judgement Wi'L on" nb'">ili"g' i a ffdnHil11'f blare of
? l Mire t'nee switch tall, and her left hind
works troiii *lute. 1 will apply to Ihr Fractional Towr Jiip one ofU.tng eight S and \V.f"r.icional n of snbjeet* for practical anatomy win bo
I respectively the time and rate of sale, after WESLEY. I beheld him no* J JUi POUR I'tv-l white. The owner I is' r'-queled lo como forwarrt free couruesofclsn1ts.
Court "f Jm k'on ( roiiiti, lor nllntnietilof Twwnnl.ijj Iwo of'KaugeeiotilS end W. supplied ot'expense.. Full
duly considering circumstances in both sides I Procljii'i i > ij>raiKe-l that rye trutli h*8 i-'c-i ll'o'Jjliiful lien iirow, d i\ver in the rut a to of Koi>er! JmiiLite% nf s.nd ,. prove property, pay charges and take her Fractional Township three of Range efcht Sand \V will bo delivered stiLe hospital bth.pruf as.ri

t the water.* If houses possessing means L'ke' ; ;iil tiir,.ii li NahirrVdarl'iic.-H were b.'aiiMij gle.i county, diceol.. hUSA.N BLOUNT.Jriss. It way.Se > 14, I8'3 tf ELIZA A BRUCE. Fractional Townsh'p three>f Range nine U ant WFraclional o medicine and surfer/; the larofwbq.-wU
tirig .:,, experience, and character were employed, 1 it5s t And t'i'i'Jjn' t'nt' :rric ; *ati"ii! unknown.In Range mn and \V )
NOTICE. Fractional Township sevo- of Range twelve S &. W lions thai can witnessed in aiiji hospittlia< the
believed that by the separate and independent afi r N I k M nlh after 'late I will
prctent my ac"Tkuuls F Jtli-mal Township one of Union. -
exercise of thi r.wof.4t... iko ti'.t! ? ftir i-iir- Wi n 'ij orip 1) UltING my >ri i.i..iici. fr in the tM# Territory Range eighlN and \V.
a.r4..nw.y : rays
and voucher .and for tlii'mi J.Har'nonlfD
? ywoull a .p'.y a and
( :. Ii. i. hJ..uii r.acti..nalTownship two of PhysioTofjy Patboto'fT.ny
rfllint l 'l nlv l'f'| nph |ii' ini-r'iini( liaz. on nil;] dOtarid, N my djIv Rang* eighth and \V
do more for the i.itercst of the shippers ; .i io'i 1% he dminstr0tir! of the estate of Kedar Town.. three
V-1 d i Hi'1 'I1'1' s14 1''j 1 70 ie riiMri- I' nutiii-rihed; Ajrnl..ft hip of Range eight Rortb and West. Alaierii Medica., Tberapenticf
h effecting sales than could be done by an; TlMl iii.ny zr'ni'-ri-' gem is itirrp. .-. ?' 1833 Dr. C B B \BREFT.flOIIIDiRWOOD V autn, Townbip one r>f R.mgc five Norm and East. &c. EH.. Barton, 3!. D.
association of SeitJ4IC36'n HORACE! VAV.V, Township one of Range six North sad East and Theory and praeticepfMedi. -
: houses equally respectable. Tli'is <|t..e li in Ir.iy v it k. I'ul 5-1 am, irt tl ,
myMutliori Adm'r fK dar Van, dec'd. Tow l n hip two of cine JrmtsJore- 'it-D,
Tlul I iianlh rf'irU y i < A Range six North and East were ,
of tl.t- ,
putting out co.isictaratio i tha disadvantage: 'i"H| fi'mii, >fu fiii. during my ad en-e flout I ?
NOTICE.1X tiirni. hed to tie Registers OiBce Chemistry and J. L-"Ruld'elf, 3Lp.! ,
Tall.ibassee Pharmacy
i it -
tit' on
the association O I I'irii' i'4Z.'ij 4 > ; T-rra..ry. I.. A. MAD' )EV.cr.t. ,
would experience from the weeks after ilnle, I fh.ill the lhe 21st instant. W. FiozeM.D.
a fr iii.irk-it" .rn liu >*,-r li.. h'-nd, :.ZI.l.&sk... | 2M l39. apply to Hon.lhe Surgery,
position of the spianers. I IJ J t. ; >. t Iii- !>t rigs.uiy tui'i<>hl | rf it) -- $10O Jurljri; of lhe C..jnly Courl of Leon County R .HACKLEV, Register. A nn torn j, by .O. A.Woll, 3L,P

8. For the purpose protecting: the cotton: I ; di"il morning in i lit, -ki<-.fl.iki ever I'Ci'ii REWAUD.Tha tit for leltetii of Admini'trjli, on the Estate of Tallal.ame. Aug. 26, 1839. Obrtctric* and diseases of .
I a pluamre tran rHinng paus. Wil'lani' Gas- deceased.Se females A.'TT.'Cetfas D.G. .
&c. ,JVJ.
trade under fOuls awny
the circumstances referred to i.i Unkn'iwin uhil j"jurc tlic: drjwinj rp'tn"Tbi tluoujli this fcclion Country to NOTICE.
Ktay alii ,> 8, 1S33 6* T. REYNOLDS. Practical Anatomy, Vf. 3ToanM.D.
the money market, it i is proposed Itliat the 4J.irP' ri' I .rl litiie at Qiinv.: on arcf.unt '.futi )pr'svrrbi il l CAME to my plantation about tree weeks 17 lB3910w E. H-
truth lias h(' 'd .Tledical College Georgia. snia I African fellow atif BtRTpP.D!
'n :
banks in the south should take from the we trny not Mav, Profound ILirin-Miy Hino'iir its Citizen, anil ll eirr negro appears
sJtij Zj T <' *' linbf* I bnmer is ii'ifu I'd J ; < -pa i '< t Ifn-tranjiTs. I regret :ui l I.e CompeMt'd tunif THEoi hih ("ouri-e of Lectures in llii in. titu- to be between 70 and 60 years of a pers of cotton sterling past notes, payable sit b'lwlii tin1 will lie commenced the second Muncla t liadlv, but fron the best
n't wiib I Kt; -rnit' ray, irn lli reFr. r ah'c .ut iii tB itotiiiuunity. that on information I can obtain HUE Subscriber Lcin? compelled by extreme
the house ofthe cojsig KH., six rmitha attn r It jl-ol'-s <>n aii-tartl-d w.irid I Iliev liivc now, livsniT atuiiig t'iem' nouie few Low > (hue llth) of ncxl iN'ofe-nbcr, and be detcrmin. from him i! appears that lie belong* in Flurid4.e L i'l heallii, to leaf Florid for a short -time.

the d.tte of shipmc.it! to thu extent of a rensanablo : t H dot** ti..t i-li'iu- 111 Jejrujiij*. IKI\vors. ({-. Charb Low on, has appointed Minor Walker Eaq.'bia General
Nor tt in ltrlhall! aid IOWC.K j jH of The lei lure* tv ill bo delivered by and in Much last, his muster, together with his
entered the hi'Agent.
and .roper advance tlie banks to hold ; rover nijrht *taVe tard of Maj D--pnty Marshal-! and Gel Augusta Alston.
in addition ; it dfepin many a d-uk'Oine !iinrVh : .\attiarin.and injured the property of the undi.Tijjnedt G. M. .NEWTON. M. D.. Professor of Anatomy.L. wife and two Children, wer filled hy the Indians, S. H. DUVAL.
to the responsibility of the owner \ < rt u-a.it.un'i \\u, a
    and Mo'e' >neoflhc whecU of 'iin e.trriije.Il A. DUGAS. M. D., Professor of Physiology and thai he was shot himfc.'C' and bit with several June 10.-tf. [

    or shipper, a special alignment: of the cotton Urirht) d' s 'lie bf-ivenlv' b-nrer wliii r.*' n now hiri! tiin- that! the Citiz-'ns of llii quiet and Pathological'lnatonuy. p hot..and shows places where, he says, the shot ___-
    Fre&h Provisions A Groceries
    and of the policy of i isurance, to secure the [FROM TII ECOHO.J VilU e thould.he on the I.o..k >ut for cncli abuts CIIRLES DJVIS, M. D., Professor of Chem- entered. He ttalcs that his master was the owner fHAHE undersigned ara receivrnz. Brif CIJL -

    due payment of the note; the consignee to have flit \VEHKT: r.---. wsili i al!, wi.b Christian fire, d ineil: c'roundrclH! ; for I eonccivc they are not one iilry and Piiurmary. o himself and two negro women ; and that after direct from Baltimoreagenert per assortment '.
    W.ih all the J.. JOSEPH: A EVE, M. D.. Profewer of Therapeuii'vanr his master was killed the white and cero.
    relijio.i loulj people
    ve inspire )
    behind came
    the right to discount it at time before ; FV.th ei> the LtC'-ndi-iry: or the I Highwayman.I i of fresh Provisions t Groceric.theit-prei_'
    Mitcri .Medics.L carried off the
    % all Ihe two women, and kit him and
    lliul nud| twhjcvt. that
    I ho
    trt'iuin iinparlHe \* the vagibiuiil XT wroto the handbil!.
    maturity,on the 1). FORD M. D. Institutes he made his : sent stock consist ia part of tho following irticka,
    selling Professor of and
    cotton. tot'!
    I ,
    poured the. livinjr preifpl on the heart; t-i igsicd Capt. S ick if I8J6, to be the robber wh- way county pursuit of some viz
    9. The Bank: of the United States,-having Spread routid thai darke! 'iedgc Hie. lilumincd ray, stole the Wheel of my C'lrriagn, 1 will ffivc one Pra-liee, of Medicine. uftbcLowsnn family tie slates that Col.) John : 75 bbla! fresh BaTtunore-Flonr

    always been disposed to promote protective RrijlilAith ihe clorK-fnifeli-ri'al day, hundred dollar* reward for proof com'fiil him. PAUL F. EVE, M. I 1). Professor of Principle and L nrvsouf nnerly of this county orcc owned hirs. Baltimore cored Hams, do Sides
    measures I'hnn ffusie.l! th.t t'ei-n by whieh we lift our saiig1. :M-bi 20. tf THOMAS L.JNG. Practice of Su'gery. H>; states that he has been on the road ever since
    not calculated btda
    to embarrass the Prime Perk 10 (lr8had. -%
    MILTON ANTONY M. D Profewor of Ob lc- his master killed
    And which ori j hundred bai -lied alun was ,> that ho has been rcom
    commercial and c XOT1CE. & box** Loaf Sugar,5 do double refine 44.| :
    financial operations of the Pure in i'Miurce, ru-iiles in ilx tritu dad Dise.ihcs Women and Infants- mended to forirtfxrinalio.i respecting the LOW '
    country, would it is vway.It James Loirnnan: "f Si. Mark, 'u hereby appointed The frofi-Khur Anilomy, usMiried Dr. John ran family and that it 43 bags Lagna'yri Coffee, do.Jasado..
    hoped advance their I still( H'lWjt on, nor finds iti home, -cay.M by ; say w his wih In remain
    post notes mv agent f..r all n-.atcrc of bupneuit! durinjf .WcLcMer, will nuperinti nd the Dissecting Room with me. Teas of superior quality,25 boxes Cb cs -

    use of to a certain extent, for the the DIED/" l my absence from the -rritorv. IlDr. l perron, and charge the dulie* of Demnnitra.lor Ai there i is none of the Lowson family now liv. Turpentine 5oap, Sperm Candle,
    planters, payable in the United F. S. DE ITTIE.Tajlah without no'd.lioual lee. The Professor of Anlomy ing in this section of the country. I am nt a loss Table Suit, ludia'Sweetmeata :

    States, against the sterling post notes issued O.i the 26lh inst. near Tallahassee, MR. ee. Sept 16 1RTW. tf and Chennslry duvolc their whole time lo the what to d.> with l.i'n. as he j ji not worth a large Canton Ginger,Pepper Sanc ,Letnoi Sj p"Tamarinds.Brandj

    against cotton payable in England, the SIMON FRAZIER, aged about 23 years, a naive A TifACIIE WANTEI College. Jail fee ; he nays that hit name is Joe. 'Fits owner Fruits,Almond*.Prunes'

    latter being guaranteed by the southern banks t of Inverness, Scotland, but for several Ti 'chei is wanted! lo takechurgo! "I" the Jeffervon The expenses far the fu'I Course Lectures, in. is r..queetedocome and t.ik'thim away. Pick el*, a jsorted.CaUupr, Mustard,.Oils

    making the years an honest upright and respectable citi; Academy at Muntiri-llo. Thi Inntilu- eluding she Demonstration ikkff, i iF $115. Mu* EZEKIEL WlJfBERLY. Cordials, Capers, Pepper,v ground do
    operation. I. lion j ix Urge and fl >uri !hing, snd from the bi-Mlthi. dents attending thi iiihtitulion fur til.: flit time, Twiggs iCo.SVP20 IK9 3t Ginger, Starch. /'- .,. .
    10. By this course the of the zen of this countv. of it* cilo bi _ OtardDupy'ss&CoBrnndy- old?
    1'jjr heco'ne will
    consignee i r*cm t to more no, unde- pay for M.itrieulation! $5. The current money
    cotton is relieved from all advance and i is -ronducl and manage.'iienl of a skilful Teat-lit-r. of any of the State in which Student* may re'uc COACH I.&iIii1G. C gnac do reach*db Hold. Glri f kfur
    Port ol *t THE SubM-ribcr
    .be s leave to inform his Poll Wine Madeira do \ .
    'I I
    be Trustee
    consequently rendered being d.iroin advanciojr its welfare I. \ will Lc taken at par.
    English independent of the On tlic ICtU, Uri L'i< iiuld, It'idt' riron: and extending iltr itiilnrnre. will n quite from Speciinf m Anatitiny and Natural History will friends and his customers in general that hn has removed Muscat do Champaign do'Sweet Mzlag4
    money market for about five months."circumstances any applicant the must unqUi'Minfialile tii.I litiionial'of l tie thankfully rurit Vi-r! fur the Muicui.i. Coach Itlaking: ..Establishment djxror? old Mononjshela.Wh. .
    reuJer early sales advatita.geoiw 30 day" froiv Jfi w Yor't with! tncrrlian' liz<:. <-hari :ter a rid its p -eily. The Ttus ecu Will prefer PAUL F. EVE Dean of tha Faculty.Sep. fiifli opposite the new Court House, to a Old Rye Whiskey, 'Rectified doCointry N. E. Ram
    2 1 Siuis SL. John, turk airitk. 27! dais from N little: wist of iso Presbytsrian ChurcV'on the 200 1
    which exprience will generally n Teat h r who I his had expc-rieiiee in bis proli'n'iiii I- 6 J 839 3i Gin, America Brandy >
    be the case, he prove ; York with nmdzr.rhr. t and hue .1 family. Applications to Use tubil foot street; where having erected suitable ..build"inj berry Bounce, Brow Stout"Edinbu.gh
    may devote his whole attc.r Al A US HAL'S SALE. i -
    employed a
    good set workmen, and fecrived AleVinoaVI (
    11011 to hat 2111i Fi.U'ial''alnr 14 ficnii Baltimore it..r vtoiticelc! >,wul mei-t wrl.I atli n""n. _
    object. If from the state of the J. M CANTS.: B I Y Virtue of iwo wnls of Fi Fa issued fioin a complete assortment of material, will be Best Cavendish chewing Tobaew -" ii*

    money market or any other extraordinary; 'iti ini'tzn. ct) 20 10.33 If C.'iairiiiiin! B. T the Clerks: office of lhe Superior Court for found ready to execute all orders in any branch IioneyDevdoLoaiijddComiiondo
    circumstances --- - - liddrdVn in which John Parkliill fc (Hoi.! the business with neatness and ) 8c
    it should be advisable to hold! TEIl'EIt.1i: TERR1EOKY OF FLORIDA.JErTKKS County, despatch.II tcb, Rappee & Macaobaw BadfTJ -
    lbp brook Nelson! & Co are p'aintiffand Duncan H BERRY. -
    Ii&V.zanaSegsrs, goo4
    Con8tg: ec has ample time to make his arrangements Mr. EJ'tor' -Tlie U.'Mrl rly row-ling ConfVrriiro : N SUPERIOR C U/iT, M. D.JUMI N. B naty'-mj
    Biker, Murvivinu- partner of Face & B kcr, arc de.lendants. Harness made and repaired the best All wbidi.wiU ba said low (uicasltoc appnYj
    and to collect oflln: ilelluiJiKt E1>' I Cnorcii. held fur Gad*- M. firouks-, ) Attacluneni for >537,64 "
    his funds. And 'P' j I hive hevird upon ihu House! md L<>1. manner, as above. ed pa perl ;Laug # :-
    through the means and credit of the Bank ol den Circuit, trpt. 14, l 39, )looking upon In.PHIprraiicc j V8 >djinagea SIOOO-RtturnaHalatia I- known as the Steamboat Hotel.ii;uated ou the eaat Sept 14 I&39 tf l3tf -

    we Ute l States thoso *e in evil iit ftliu fid-l nid tiiluje, have Odum. V'le lo November i-rm 1839All l>ankof be Clutiulm chee River, in use Territory CADIAKT .TIAKIIVG.r .UopeBaggtu. .
    might be obwaed c-mcorned will lake 'ice of the in.fclilulion .
    therefor lto> itv<>d pcoii no
    to a urianiut.nu'y ,Florida, CoL-nty aforesaid, whic'i said! property I >-iE: subscriber thankful! 100 piec s Ana/ Dundee) biggj:
    considerable extent without der lit Tiiat in all rae* >>'' C'ectioiix, we will! give a of thn nb<>ve sail by aitactnueni ; and the :
    "hall expose to -alc lo the highest bidder for cash. for past favour* Rsspec- too coija superior bate Repegfer..iIWbp
    anging the American currency from holding derided, jirefcrr.net ton.rh ndidiilcH for uihcc ni j defendant and all person interested aro required before the Court Hout>e doorin the town ofQuincy. 1 lil'ul.'y informs the citizens ofj r an3-- GO&MANrlrTIlEub
    tack sterling drafts do not renorl It, ib" dogradid praclicr of treuinjj i iwilli to appear and plead lo the declaration filed in thitcase. > "-
    the 5lh of heal -
    cotton, or direr- on Saturdny day October next IM j Tallahassee and vicinity that '
    crib rhsvtJ-fnst receive bblai V
    Al. C.I NTS.
    nrdent to llteir election auJ liiHlrc [ fty
    ting the plril am *
    means and credit of the BOUtherni if Sep. 12 1833. 3m for g hours on nuid day, levied upon as the properly iri ;2 Q T.he continues to carry an Ibe '.* R& JUS min
    batika \ will use our influence to get other to do the pff. '
    of the said defendants and said
    i from the regular business of their to be sold lo satisfy V : Cabinet Making b'lvtnen in I TIIahauce,3uJP,
    era! districts." sev. Fume. 1 ROSPKCTUSOF Execution according lo law. [ all its randy at the old stand
    2d RnolF'dTii3t in i etirsg! our arlicjci fprodure THE S. U. DUVAL. Marshal. : : of Blew and Ribulds oppoHitoCol. ? gIJIE Soribeti ba've 'formtdfMif
    and in purchaMiijj iiiirh jr'>ods nnd Merchandize *" "" _
    J. % OGILVIE. U.
    What By V. Wyati'sStorii'where he
    ton JN'oc, does the bring i-It.this ques- anf may need from lime to limp, that! %ro Efli Quincy Augu lg9 183S._ sep 5 4t w ill bo h ppy to receiVa orders froth his friends and I II steaim t sTATHAWi i

    wa? Mkcd enc on the arrival yesterday will in all ramtsgive a prrfi-renco t<> vuch)liout>ex at* A WEEKLY PAPER, MABSHAL'S SALE., ih e public generaliy. SidoboarJ* Bureu'.aud furjiULure sale Dealers in Bria.dcIoIh.. Casmaern a'Yubingi

    ol tbe Great Western, in the vicinity of Wall' have nbiicdoix'd the tratfu: in ardrnl! cjiinu. pro. To bo Published by ALBEllT[ IL ALEXANDKR r- fl Y Virtue of a writ of Fi Fa is aed fr"ui the of every description,made in'a fasbtonablsi I aid :'will! open t efa'or*boul th,\ 14 q4 -
    Ereet vided we can otitain such article* upon term I Is at Port Leon, Middle Florida. antI
    it Was asked some thousands of times {f} Clerks office of the Superior Court for Jack4n -, tubsUnlial manner, and on reasonable term*,- bcr, _
    oeyouq- eauy a* at <'tlier p'acM3d The Proprielor of tim Southern Merchant, wiljpresenl of their i la1 Lb aT
    doubt and directed in which Daniel Cook bo hopes by strict alUotion to husineaa'-to merit one partners < ad .P&Z ,
    ,to ,
    even at the present mo- Rctfulvrd. That the abovt reiolutionibo pubhrd tint rimt number of his the public i in County mi will .
    went the paper i' defendant. I haveirviyd and receive a liberal atiaro alibi patronajn' Uopublic. eompriss) at tr j
    exact sum total of her news is hot for four weeks in tbeFioriduuandTallabaHcee a few week His Pros will be devoted clii< fly u> plaintiff and Tailor. -- idz',. -tV5;;* t
    i the following described twit
    definitively known. Looking however to fcUr. commercial afairr. Politics, National or local, will upon property JACOB BLES8.'N. Store in iutiugz.ppoiita
    : one Lot,Negro boy 1'2 years ofagv. and Pick -
    our W. H. CAsniS boearefullexcluded.. Literature
    dependence Socj. Science, and -
    on England, to which con di. a Negro boy 12 oi'a e.as the of said B. All kinds ffurnt repaired on reason.be -
    years property
    Lion PEYTON P. SMITH. P. liberal wi.'l its columns '
    > s. the arts in be encouraged -
    ve have ; e E.SEBE1 Jcb.rleatoarjsig
    been a terms. -
    J reduced Reuben SctLwbicli said I shall, --
    by the acts of our S property expose -
    and internal improvements, and in truth thin
    orerninent, it is. of importance that we BALTIMORE FLOUH, wrrtiiUtJ :- caleLlated to promote the prusperiiy every of Florida r, to sale to the hisheat bidder for ca.h on Saturday Tallah
    should know the truth and the whole w. el; B-tlliaiore cured IInn*, 13 41 Ii. will find jn the subscriber an ardent han humble t the sib day uf-Oclober nirxt, in le:al hours on said i.. : : --

    Thus then it IB fro trill Lb. mora Side*,do Lard, Gooben Butler, Driod Bie ", advocate. (The plae selected fur hue publication i day before the Court House door, ,in :the town of r 1IiE Sob erib rwilt t p n an-.Academy in th s> -

    ouBdaot_. crop are sufficiently liulnfna Sausages,, ttardinew. Silnwn, af 3 er a few weeks more of good weath- PickcIs. Old Hire .V'hukc1/, Apple BrandyCham- port of Middle Florida, and the. border which said properly has bt'en. levied-upoua* the h it day aAcr as practicable ) for" the.ut'triehofl.VfIho 1 ..L.kbiTahlaiasi .

    reared to get in the, harvest, but in pjigiio & 14r, 75 nark ('at*. 5i key MM ,rtcd Nat Ii. Coonties Georgia, which will soon export $5, property <.f*>aid defendant and lobe sold id satisfy' l .young "of'bpjb sexersliB-,thf L/itlJf nd Greek .
    mowtclimat Sue cut chfwing Tobieco. It) kj DuponlV U>t said Execution accordinv tolaw.. Liliure rni in
    M England, a few weeks .oO,000ofprud'ttt annually 1 In such placw, Ofluasbin i* i rare occurrence and Powder, 25 cinnter do do, awoned Hdot. Dar r -t commercial mtoUiycnca is'of the hiffliest impo S. DUV4LMarah a brihehei oTa thorough at>4 eaclul a 1 1ue4tioWrI

    etheZoLi if I the Lead, Winter Strained Oil, Liusood Oil. While t mcc. Tho intelli ejit .community of th newT.'wu : BSJ.W.OGILVIEP.ilAugust :tn mana rnent-X V Fpiaai IJe.. ttbE.Jddger

    hi1 Mnea ; iBob early-, the crop, wffl Lead. and surrounding.Couirrycan wbllagurdlb Q.uney.? 29 839.1 : 1.p54L partmeot,bo will be awuted by W Lady wbo Jjaa, eDi1u4rJottais.mf.:. ..coaatj. .

    ther ro.dimiowbesd, At all event*, Tin cndcr irned ar receiving the ab*>va wUii a petty annual tribute'askrd Tuf the spporttif a CONSTABLE'S SALE.VCTCMLLbo rouch.'expcrieotJi MToilio; ",Hia tarma ilt i (it AZADi1 tOJli

    uofila&t p-; frhcap,c. variety of other jirlicU*, making tljeif present a.- bewPpaper.' devoted lit such lipan h.. The underigned sold 4t iheOounty lteotUamtL, b moaiBed .g.blui.ths.' vyt otfr* i'Jff, JUD4-44 ti! ,

    ulitorsifi gra4n in thiii country, and therefore .rtmint complete kjr.the Mboonvr Fulrit- from' asks ihesxtension'of that patronage by NfY ton-Co on th diet S4ttidiJ in ? u'.m and toie a'tMie* vhiuh jh ir frin .
    !bei fMyjcitraonfeurytank.fli BallicDor, all of iruicb will4> od low f r carh. subscription and adverlisinf. ber next, 'iibIa-th..usua1 lWr, :F rt r i'jand wUl1 oi-Me
    D..C. WIL80H"tt CO;; ,/ ALEXANDER. acres Wised, moro nf Lsa, being the $..W.Qto t -
    mLcr 'w hhahia.&pt.8tC39. : TERMS **v" '- .dvan-'ljurwi. t 4rflu -
    : t *t pajaW. : p.e Uo iu-t.iashi I .patrorj* .&tf Us/actQr/ r Qk ?
    .cl bot cUy 4s1 auc ., ApvEILu81ENr4 ; 4. hauig : ft. t; t.ei : S n. U* uyt jrWJ( w'wbid: ,lnl "

    d4 4e <* tha SIX: wsekt afUr (J *,'rahifl ippj/to tU ita g. .- Tb.; I iw vJ**4 *!** *,* l wl lf 0.l tAab

    lh countCoBJtoti (4)frtteioA I. 1'Po. nS.pmb4rO.l83. JaMs 8f Bull, and tJroih.5r W Edward M. tln- Vv4.ir k
    ____ t -. 1 *nrEM Bam.U. a ders'Ni. 1i -- -
    tgtai.fIimu a
    ', "-/ "Tt-T/J' '* titarj u
    r 1 tt flO1W: 1JIntu ;
    jIENftY T.rlniuadeknQwaDn4b.dtuittk4' I & 1 -
    Ji s ;r : oMims : t Aug *1 ii Wm. ArITT.Coiis't. : !rr ,. ir.R&NDQt;* i-

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    t! ,'AW r" Gh J- I. ', 5AL1 D L'ELLIOTS PLASTER has 1W-osJ with THE eabsertber.ha if beta dol7 "7P**** pr.i t.ssit. -
    .e: u. eII&a1a ::1" II1bI ; Valmablc uaeoaBon soeceaa :' And 'whcrerer ithaa of the Cat'of Cb *eery. Leo -- x >. '
    situated tfoaroe
    here** "aoiiiedJM.I2.Ua9L v.a.AU. .. THAT Property on ,been introduced has .
    IeJ'q. jI.aet the of C
    superseded nae other ib ,
    f ..-IIII.l d..z..cJ..i..6e I at the SMrth West eexawr ef Wash' .uatyMsdIleDimict.fVIori.ia: cue* ra.aJith. ea.sitsg' -
    ; O FFEttS kia prefeasiomalserricea as Attorney remedies for the curs of Com Mary Ccww, Umiaotratru ef p m. Ce er wgtoe ia 'offered The
    : &,. Caal Gs- sqoare at prirate e. 5. .
    *arf CoMsdlsrat A few -
    Law ia' lie applications
    rollectioa the Join
    of entirety .Keca
    : remove larg .notice all
    e Boikliftfa are at Mr. Davi ,hereby p'es LI perse** BdMsg Uouue \
    BOND. ecc.pted
    HENRY prexot by Caris1'H -
    debta 4-c-ia MWdU Florida. est and
    He will attend all corns further pain. indebted the
    prevent to late arm of Cealer and Keen, cm *
    ctIcaer. Ka,wb & Batching the Waieh- flbsbre4io.sehjil.s
    : : ; OCmcpufrrr t he Court*ra UM Middle District. aa Price SOcents boxwithdiectionzfor Note Bend .M.(
    COURT-. cty. Office in Monroe Streetia the 1-- Printing Office, the, U. 8. Quarter Mser.eo. For sale i a Tallahassee per at the Drag Store use.of Accvont or otierwbe,that they *aUeo dite'i4.. U. the j.j .
    bnlldinformerlye required to make immediate 10 the
    G F. d
    .t Lintnbnrger;and J.A.Berthe1ou pay dafie ef the :
    .J..InIC .bq. .
    ; cu ,Wm. gee* ..
    1 : by WthvB
    ,! 'q .4 c. c"htdnt.'. .,.. Tallahassee May Itih ,1838.as a Book. tf tore.40f The situation for nosinna ia one of the oKwt elj.n'blein May I8th. 1338. RANDOLPH & LEWIS.41-tf sabtedber! only.-and notice ia also gives to all per S..... 8priaf the sons am now,or was at the Lime of the death
    1 1I'"J City. Apply toVU..P. DUTAL '
    :,-1'W. St4 F. Ba. "34 M"'of'SepL. D YID.S. WALKEK, No 10 14 art Atu in fact of Dr. Cha Haire ADJUTANT GENERALS OFFICE. > of W. Center in possession of any goJ, wares S & \

    , ATTORNEY AT LA IF Ifotiee.HE T..n.buwe May lOtb. 18J9. S mercbandrxe, irae.bonds,boks of account.or any 100,000 Shingle. -
    .E 4didt ad all Oten iataraetod will 4G. I
    GENERAL ORDER. other <%009 Tsiiov
    proj rty whatsoever belonging tie said fat
    . to
    : .L' .14. flfc.iwstiietJ*. wf tin WILL practice in the Cowls of th*Middle District subscriber has this day disposed of his entire 5nn .
    to an act passed the last Le- ,thai they forthwith deliver the the 40X00' Waited
    of by same v *
    -S 1 AttathId Florida ffa office is the first Stock of good to Jf eM*. AGREEABLE .
    Irr I room U the rijbtorerj Dowliag
    r.q apo and approved by the Governor uaders'gned, in obedience o the order nf Coon.Wjf. For sale ay BOLT
    ud I 1M. R ;: fcotgers and take this opportaaity of recommending JltLUi
    i. die t Ia. BcW.at.re.iaTaflzbaanecwhereLemay
    the 4th March 1H39 being an amendmentto HILLLfRD. Su Marks aa .
    ; ... aJwars fowd. the firm to his customer kv is .
    .EIy L. A. THOMPSON. I ? confident from ,. .
    to miitia: law in force 8,1333-18 Recrttrrr.KEW -
    now incumbent
    TaJIah.J.Iy6.1839..io\ Jtfj for PI" WILLIAM t heir bosiaeoa habits ther will! serve tbe interest ofT I utakiagil more r l.Uce
    M. RANDOLPH, on the officers of mihtia. in the
    prompt GOODS.
    II an ibeeewiio are d disposed to patronise them. A.LLpearsistb1taelesue4agaj.
    _till after Notice. Attorney aod Cotntsellor Law, R. H. BERRY. discharge of theii duty, which u particularly! THE subcnber are Dow openisg general. 1 diuf (or note drawn by J.. I. ,
    SIX I afcall prMrat my ao- TaUaianc Florida. I April 36-tf- Ci fied. to wit : requiring Captain of companies of Spring Goode. wbieb taey ofer payaMe W TJis Ahtton or orVr.-. I

    ' 14 su.rUM tad .aM app);to U* bnoraM Office in the New. Coon H x>se. Fresh Garden Seeds. II Majors battalions, and Colonel rrrimeuU,to for rale. GORMAN HALL ,dated Mwlkelto, Fla. ft* JI">rr, ,
    Covaty Court ot LBOO eoaaty for' Jaa. IE. 1839 23-f. muster their commands on the day therein set I L March 22d 1839 31 tf I IPLA.NTERS 4 IP&J.W.1-oetM a1er. tQ..
    a eNeharx ( the received, a irosh Ut of GirJen See! a
    ram admlavtratMi oftbt MUtc of JUST *, forth, the non-attendance! to which compel tbe delinquent and
    Ohariiea Gu--nIed.Iase.r) Ai4 eooaty. LESLIE THOMPSON.JLTTOXLYEY of the -rowth n' 181*. For sale J to suffer the fine and penalty the act requires HOTEL 1,eroperty.;on. improperly kept &,* SB* .[ ;{

    i- RU.WALEtL tf COU.\SELLOR AT LAIT. by EBARNARDJr.. |U I to the exclusion cube clemency oft ruperi- I Tallaluusee. i|otNew 5aidnotasasupposedtoheaenbe .J

    _Jaly! !" TS3 JU-Ca A..ie iatmlor. LLAIUSS&r FLO&UUU TUas'er.! 13th Dee.1838. Drucsitt. j]I0 I r officer or that of a court martial TilE subscriber iBforrrs his nerds i!'> May .DoXI.l. ADGUSTC3 ALffTM1. '-<'

    Ad1nhszratt'a1tedee. HAVING ren-ued the rr.actuObi profession Piano Forte MlUle. I j I The Adjutant General!. in reference thereto, r'a. and the public lint be h. rented Ills, i j} TDe e. ( P-u .iD 3ttt-.
    month after his prompt attention to any busiarsfjtmitrd SALEat tt x Jewelry Sio-e of Messrs views it the well known est&blubcat ,
    SIX dale 1":1 U the Jedge i' FOR necessary owing to situation of dts- t, and is p'epared ':H x tim_ weekly aad lra **ut the
    the Cowaty Covrt of Jefferson county,for a e tohiscaarrc. the Superior Cowts of OeUiddleD.strict I' L Nnitr. former: J G r.u.Jin. I i tressed Florida and more particularly as it i. required to accommodate all thF-* who may fay, him '. .ta thu ; --
    i. final swttlesneat and discharge.1I.e..ia ; of Florida acd intte Court of Jp- C1TT- HOTEL. J by the General Government to transmit with their custom. His table .III be veil proTi ed '.

    tion el IfiQiuB F.Taylor oeonasca, late of saidaxmnty. L peal S.oce R B. BULL would inform his friends that be, through this tfficer, to the Adjutant General a 1 I L with the rarities the market afford. 3I od his bar r C O-PARTERsj-
    the toalh side '
    Feh.1.I&3 on of Washintan Square. ha* taken the above nauted establishment, Washington, annually the strength of the militia I fjrniched with good liquor, and by strict attention i ito AVING Parrbsi.d the Sec .t r.:Il ;_

    DARIUS WILLIAMS 28 formerly kept by CapU Thomas Brown, where h.: oftheT mt'\ry. the want*and MeaSiliesolbis visitor*be hopes I a.a tM *wVs.-ribwr have thi. day ... .

    'p, AsaY,of Wm.F.Taylor.d.c'4. Law Notice.THOS. ould be glad at all times torse bu old friends and I hereby require the Colonels commanding the to receive a libera share of paUc&s;e. j Cort ersaipBnder the Eum of OOWU3JG
    h J 11IM 8. J 839. 41St.. II. DU VAL. AtlMDtT' at La.. will 1 I to fie them his bet attentions. Various regiments to make immediate returns to meat : E. POOL a uto EP. Tory elicit cutti. .**J"

    E- KOTICE.. in all the Courts .Viddle F.Ori- I Tallahassee June 2!-16-tf Talabassee! setting forth in the report, the Feb. 15. 1839. *8tf patronage hertto&re oestewedaatheroeena. *

    SIX .WxAcr; data I hall apply to the Jod. d.. The drawing leal I ioctraments of Deeds, B'nds, Mortrares.andotiier :. A.SCOTT strength of each regiment battalion,and I'Omp D". N. B--G-x>J uabiing and proren'ie.'for boresSTUAYED J08 EOWARD: PH IOWLJSG

    tW pronptly attendrd fv. together with the D1me and tank of each officer RCTGEBSL
    Coaaty Covt W GaoXUo Plain and Ornamental Plasterer be. ,
    ho dueL.ig.J frota 1M a4 a Mtralioa of the ty(e to*. Office, andcr in she the same Union room Bank.occupied ty Wm. I'. DuraJ RESPECTFULLY informs the eiUzco oft al. ,Ion/ing to tl>e several commands This o 5re relies FROM I Shell Point aboat tie 15th or 20?! of i-I -TaHalia--- '. Asm'a. 18 S itt

    UU of U '' with confidence tnr and small! sorrel MARE aboat three :NOTICE.LL
    II, Grarea, "'i. of aaid eooaty: November ?8' rictn.ly.that during his ab- on promptness gallantry
    CHAS. tL AUsTL\. '.m. hJOHN 1s18 Race tliisrammer, Mr.Ohrer! P. Rob. rU oho may of the ofc ers of the militia of the Territory in I jean old,a small white blaze in her forehead.r.gbt f I LL y+notn indebted tit the firm .f Beafi i

    Jrae 15-d' J. R O WLES b e found at R. B. Ker's wIJ; execute all work in. the accomp i ixlunent of the rrqu.red: report together bind f ot wlii.e. a I long switch tail she i. a slender & Byrd& Co..to Bejaaiu Bp4.,,tfftU

    LKON SUPERIOR Notary Public, his line of basinrr*. Rer r. nce. F. E'ps, R. K., with the punctual attrndance to tie moetering built fiUy. Any person hearing of her, I will lake ed that they have emoted from Magim&p. to?.
    COURT.IN Tdlahawe, Florida.Partnership. Call. !. J. Ihcklf'J. j of their separate regimeuU. battalion, and I it i as a favor to give me information of her. Dit i sh' Stare,3licasrekiea.nd :"tM that

    Ureloa VACATIOX, JaJy Stb, 1333; May 4 1S39. Ktf ; companiesthey knowingmtioialely! the importance reel a note to St.M>rk., or advertise her in tb j t immediately! sod pay their sxrfes aad tWr nfl

    Birve. CoapUiaaat. Law o the um Floridian, and I will pay for the notice sad any as they are deizouof etiltcr. their acemsta
    AGAINST 7i11Lw Partntrthip hfrcoH ei,stln: bs- JVotlce.VV t By order of hi. r.xce'tency. R. K- 'all. other trouble aDd ezpeose. soon as po ibie. BE5JJML1 p Vastsesi s
    Janes J. Bcrge. Joha S.) li.& txreen "-M. P. DUVAL aDd the Honorable ILLIAM llI. DRODlt, EI<..ofTalabvrsee"w.1I SAMUEL PARKU ILL P. S. MALL OR V. "iai. .iGg. hO-3m BTI.DA-c.

    Taylor. Groets EL Cbairca, I RICHARD C. ALLEN,fuss been dissolved bribe Ww act as my agent daring tny absence Adjutant General of the April 20.1S23 37tfCHLNA
    T.. Pctor CbairM.czeea | app<.inliicni,ndtr tbe Ucttcd States, r-f the latter from the Territory. R. C. ALLEN.Jnne29tf oravi.
    ; ton .c tile I.-t Will &ad { at. Judge of Inc Superior Conns for Flcrda. Territory of Florida.tiostrnrjofpr ; F & GL.-t s .' .dRE ALL persons indebted Joseph w.;".

    ToC. Drmry WsI.decd1 r Wm. P. DUVAL. k. Wm. n. BROCKENBROUGH.aie Valuable Plantation for dale. :' & Da"le80C019ltliSS : REN ell Otina.Tea ani DiBoer,!:tt5, Wines of Gadsden Coanty, will &ea.La
    I O. MERCIIATS &'. '.* ..f hy W.//. FRAN CIS. i iio edtate payment' all
    Semi7 I cow uOa Ho ; <-: (L .. TOt 6nt _I offers .NEW ORLE.JNS. T.1na'-f U. 1S38 nr agaiot the estate will nVase the,
    -FHcfc.- se, V DefcdotL Z pra ceo : retJin<: atTaU'has, for rale hi* ?13r.raticfI in letf -| fretful u n.
    ,4 Sawyer. date fU ( ; the layer at the town Appaarhiry| \% m. P. son county Florida wbicit lie four m.le.t.. E. of! REFERENCES Bond. E"q.Mf'ftfJ. Carriage Harness -'aJdDg. q*./ed by Jaw or they will not be psid.

    : sa4e. Warroa ca bali. i r Dual will: attend the court of Appeals and the Sa- Monticelio thirty-three from Tallahassee, and j 44 Belton & Fi'her ; yTHEabs:nber haw Jr.. e>*;azec U e TTI J_ FERGUSO.Jr.Ui .

    E4.rdC.Rcards.IrncIH.BaR.obrtWAbI tleriwfnflrtSin Leon, Jeflerso". Gad.!en, Frank-P e igbtets from ThociaTiIe.! Ga., ibrougn whic j Kerr & Kirks v. C es of a s.e.f
    ; -c :i. aDd Calhoun COl1nt; )fr. Brockenbrt h I ]place the great Bronrrick Rail Road 110 sl!! shortly < Tallahassee. Nor.h. vr$ 'ea,et 'iclor n Lisf'-enis a I.d the Exc* -
    .f*. J. Btvwaier.L. l wilt atlenJ the court of Appeals urd the Saerior 'be con'tru:1cd. The tract contains twelve-wghu, !' )Jlolrneuz l:39. Witberby, 4Co.. Liverpool! public thAt all: orders fir r.pair? .C.'II!Ii< paneiua THIS FstaMwiiwent is now auH ,v atcoa-

    .. Alfred K w.-j Courts of Jackson, Fr nkl n. Cal.icun: and Lecn 'and a halfor: 1,000 acres of Und, two-thirds of it j Marsh 2J. 33: ly lj and re'!lv .'X.''-Bted. expanse for the btK ess of t tin

    W.& axW HWe oufl.s.! U'.V. P. DU\'.\L. 1 1U'Jf being excellent hammock, oak and hickory. and I i! .Commis ion House >ew.orleans.LU Saddlery Work Done. coton-f 5ea rt,.by ) -." w"Hn Ift.i ri.-h)

    It pswariag aatisiactory that the a r\.Dcnts. II."BROCK ENBROUGH "the balance pine land of a chocolate co'.or.! T. ere j! V f & GIHrU, I: CLAK are BOW prepared to accommodate T. T IJ rtwes.

    Jaw J. Bug*. BesJy.Hovae. F.tclt. Nor. C2d. J3i3- 16-Cm are upon this tract of land a camfortab dncl'in. I AVE (otab: .-htmielrts at New Orleaa: Ta"hsw-. Mar 5,1E3. :9r( t tIIOtCK'S tv-ST -Gt|. men witb Da yboa r d.Bftakf'_

    Sawyer. Cltie, MeadelITama Notice, I howe, i gin L'.ufe and screw and all lli* olhtr: :: tor the :r r.icton: of CoimissiooanJ B.iesI., PANACEA.FRK&H Snacks, Sonps. Dinners Svppen

    KemWU. Edward C. Kicbard, Juc THO5. H.DUVAL.Auornf'lat Lu".ior..rrn. appertenances peculiar Io a larrn. as well as near ( e'icit th* patrontre f their (nerds and ib P 4 snpply olthe aoov saleable: ct-:- icw: at the 5hort.t Notice, crt-l 12 o'clock eTtrj .

    EL BaascU. Robert W. Abora, J. Brewster, *. and citrxrns generally of Msdi-;iCoany. ; about four hundred acres of land under a g'xi I P ib'ic. tn .:"" ihev pledge! their Lest sets.ces. -JL. c.ne just
    Bfrwster., Alfred Kerthaw. :. Weed. If H r son thai be has determined to locate him. ,, :fence and in a high state of cultivation, *lr at't :: \' r :.7 ?>-:( STEWART BARNARD. )I 'ili private boj H. wSrre tW!.TFT. fgoos'cst"*.

    Weed, 4efeo4aau ia this eanr, rri i pral of which is
    Territory of Florida aad ia the United States of county seat, for the purpose of pursuing bis profe-'J i i .I the list three year The land is well .watcreu ;I fa HLiab ---rnfo'rashMl'fi rds and the rubJr. i Leather, Lime and Hair.7i'lIlF.s I I.haJl ejwajsyea'e next W dsewJay.reniaj.f istrauciig .>

    AaMriea, It is therefore ordered tat the said defasirfials lion. i i 11 and during the residence of the subscriber upon it, ; -.l tbit he has pore astd t'e tntne sioclt -! ib-crirers tat'e e..n!l.an'J, on huoif a ; : gt-'o'2 ?ih Water Oj%tci ia evrrystjls

    aarrer tbecoopUIaanis bill of complaint, Circumstances require him to oe absent ficm the I J he baa not bad the fir* care of clnJ! ar.d fcrer n. i* trade of lJC'AL & IIcTcntvi and the bt.ife-s In.: .1 c"nsp'e a'v wj l ll..rea"Ier
    om or before the expiraUon of four moothr or the Territory until October next but any busine a his white or black family.' The subscriber invi es i 1 I h : cor.iisnrd in hiso'lln ram in \thes ('j;I fur Gin Bas, //irr.ess, C.trrhre; Top Boo's i&i J J. G. WILUAMS.aur3Qtf .

    aaL4 hill win be taken pro eoafesso against .helleteDiaat hich! may be entrusted to him during his absence persons who are desirous parchaung good land i t."t too(pi*J by th m. lie retarn* his har.k m t Shoes. &c. Also a eonsiant sspjx'y LIME, 21.dH.IR.forPL..t.rn _J. B. LLOYD.

    mul It. farther ordered that this will be attended tn by W m. M. Randolph, ei-q. i in Florida to call and examine for IhcincelTC as p : the h potl.c: for the lit r.1i tDcoaragtro 1 Ie ha re.:-, : : .fll cf -r.Kh. they o 2"r A PlaaiauoB as. Laud for Sale.

    .\: Jtetice be f blisl ed in the Floric'Un a papernriatedja Tallahaoee. Jul.14.tfTUOnAS will take pleasure in showing thrm bislincsand I ;> r tjcej, >r.d be soicite! a coutjr.uanee ol the M.7 e. low f rcasb, or in eX'-h-nrge: fir hide,a:tfcrsr TaD SM Arrt 4.i Land ijing m Lt a Csoatj,

    i t the cit", orT &.. f r UK apace II. IIAG EB. the land containod within its prec n tI. j He: has on l.aodtrd wil Icr>niint) r tolf'fp a S'-eral Yard BROWN i G ALBRAiTH.ir Tw.atinj' > ooe. Ratite two. north-easUS jofaiat;

    > fovraaoBtha, RICHARD WELLFOR1JTaCahasaee ATTORNEY AT LAW A good bargain will be granted and liberal term j: a lei rtment of s-j'h s "d* a' are necev'rv for the Tattshuc'.e, II'b. I85a.'f ibe laios t f C.?t, Le-vfT and Major .alad

    ,Jalf 6. 1839. Clerk will be given. :, town and cr.aautrade.. lie in1 it, .: 1 Jtro: -wSo ALLIGATOR LINE. e V> aTesIeare4 and .vter good rrpairs.thee isna

    'JallahaiHC, Fla. I j GEORGE GRAVED.L laTe o'Jat"Hrd: n; a"can's to IJl" to Mobile the ..' a hence
    TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. M. D. Ban"n- rretKjas :o eal1'id I Augusta via Florida. pn- welnajr negro besw ,
    ScMrior Coon for Leoa Cobt,. S in the Territory of Florid i entrusted to J JIonticeKo: Jefferson co. FJa. seti'e tb aT!. Oritr from tI! e cj.gntr? ill I), THIS .p:rn- la-ot fo Barnes,Sia!>it", Gia h.eoe, Screw and aH SH.IMIrr -

    ( .!Hoati.cto.Tiffi.T. It ElwoILl I h-sca.-e y..in! be promptly.R.. _. and.___strictly_ a.tel'40rd to. I I IRevenJy June 8, 133.-tf. b e-1.1.punctually. attended. !_ ,tw. ar.d g"Ods fuirrisi ed at .I/.s P fl_ Coiehs ar.f'1 I. .bOi'dirifl. .A ay perm wi hiof to .
    I- -aaala \epartDe- -- "L."Lt. TOTHE nE: T. 1 I iJC .unrtl"lO r.rcr- 1 -- 'tnrn ,1s i. row r s i'Aosn.ta %' x.Ute 1.100?. aDd oy ca'iirg PV4thrT. '
    II purI Joliinon E-. Baltimore. I i TI' e tiihe rir'n for *}! kind timea J.I-
    I In Attachment, Plantation at Shell Point pri'e of"cnrT a--_ '= !hr -'et, i-rt"crr I 'Vfckers.wLo sill .bow tb. hises.(
    4 Beany Boiler it Jane Aldricb J-amount claimed Sjepard C- L-*k n. Esq. do. f'nly oc-up.ed by .Mr. A. 1 pT OIHCC. ALL.\ FOKMYDtVAL! ii<* M..bie ; tOia: 'e twaTl!. it r.n< I the land and is aatb rud to coatraVt for tkesaafl,

    Merchants' 4- Copartner uing | $S16 with: intVtthe Messrs. Wm.CalclC"pe Davidson. &Co.& S"'D, Phlladt1I.ba.] & Forrester i* offered for tnt ibe '-nu- ;j Tailahase1 Apc1123. I Fo:1-- 3 .( .r ithr.I L .ngh Q.lic., Mand y*, WeJreseay., ,sw.av ; Fr;. Tenoscae aad two-Tram.

    H nasaafefim. of Butler JST j times do. ing year. For terms and (unh r in- < JUST RECEIVED.UNDRED j'- !. a'd r:3c"r Pe1"t\:1.! l.l' "10 s"in 40 bor I JMESJ.VICKERL
    u Th 'm"% & Son. do.Ster the g E OUNCES ocr nfl3'Xiniie .0 l'lun roint Tbonzrviie Anr- 15. 1333. -
    Aldrich. J information apply to f fR. French ; r rt.1 I r tf
    ; The defendant and all others interested, are ,. P F.*i'e Butler. Co. do.Benj. H. BCRRV, j j20tT \JP nine, :phate, A<-ete nnd %> Qui.r' u pax"?* jfc'Oogh Q.1'.rcr.. SlI sdsy., Tu's Jar*I J $IOO: -REWARD.RAXAWAY .

    ; hereby notified of the instituti-m of this suit and Hon. Gaireti Esq. DiaL Aforney N. Y. _ !I Mnr< hme. amla D.
    : are repaired to and defend !, New Jers-y Eilg'ish: Ch-ml'a1s. Tvelr34hon Medicn'ii .'t t. ihn'ir Toe spfd ;is -raster by SO nits a
    crane plead and ss is r- Office : that BLA.tKS. \ diy, the 15th of Fe-bru"Iur..J
    ,, adj.unng of Le>lje; A.Thompwn. E C Hd irzt nf that it ba, beea hsrciofore on tb* !line.
    naked by law. q. General A'S"rl.tj, ; a l1rph Ira Meuiines
    of Blanks ; Nrfro Dick. !
    Marc'i 9 IG33 printed '''i man .t.out3-n..oalf'.finrtd.
    |31I, A no Pufl1mer & &r. For The ho, .are th" best .iMe.i .
    : I i" 1
    17 4m THO8. EALTZELL. for )
    go-id for
    Rut aU'y p ff. Dr. f.aprr. sale at thu O.ce.sties I j The both \9tbf* hif h. fce is an .ii&icansnd.peib
    A. .ti. crirers, st""ti'3Dd .
    LEON SUPERIOR COURT. RANDOLPH Ju Kxtcntions: Blank Dds, POLPH. 4LEU IS.M.T t T.SlI..c"d ..1 a'lrrtll'.. _. ircken. be 6a a wife at Thomas Mwe's, IkuasHTur
    located ''sam.elrin 10 41 '
    HAV1.NG TalLah*<*eet nr- Sumons1 IJJ'Is of Sale ,nir'acL ef'TatAT. ". Tilt
    I Attachment $J16 52 .
    vt from L*
    v Tb'LRoy
    l/nwo i>anK9i rionoa / jrnninsao r..p 8CIJ He is tu be fo'jnd profetMomil at tbe office< ten ires of Dr.19 th 1 pubhr.: Subpcsna-, .1torn.1 D"caaCictll.!! I P. iIswAIi\1 I &Co.onzisx4on.SIorace&Forzcardi1s. I : 5-e o'ier. Grange to ?enaco'a.n i /ed b'.y I rxpeci is hsrbo.re J. H. Ran
    AIIDbroII:1cr1Lne.: S Returnable term Wanant, Kecomzance Tie Clnmpf"n is rtJnniD in I wi'l re reward offifiy doar|! for evideactl
    dolph on Men roe Street. C rego'ar o
    > -pet on I
    S .g-9. May( 4 i .c. &- &. Xrc. J JStrayed. MERCHANTS 1f f l hetwetn Pcnsarola and M' lilc.; Ticstige far oa coarx-t any person of harbouring bia lad I snB Ie

    ,_ The defendant and all others are notified of the !: the 1 1l'e is very much reduced. There i i" fire Ar Cellars for the deavrry of the U y at mj

    institution of this suit by attachment, and are required LEGAL .NOTICE.Tlioma STRAYED sway from the subscriber, on the, And General Dealers in Dry Goods I line(i fr.ur horse p''t coaches, ."erA CbAta1 a !ai'J I Plantation or to nave him confined so that I get
    ; Walker Adrrm Attor last GROCERIES.I PKOUSIONS.tr. him
    to appear and pad accordingly at his camp near B mbridge ch..e und Ttliahae
    aog IT4m jVm.R&NDOLPHatt'yfor plflV n js at Law.: will practice in copartnership in thi on the Brunswick and fun ia Rail RuaJ.a I|j P. H. V'AIM. ) St. M:,,, O5i'e ai Brown's Hotel Iai'iLae.. JAMES J. TICKERS.

    AoMiBiatrator'ft Superior Courts of the Counties of Jefferson, Leon small light sorie! "Jior*'*. about M hands high with j j ER \STfS COMB $ Fo-ida., Pisenert will l please be particular! Thrmassiik. Aug. 15, !. tf

    i 1; LL pef\.. bavis.claims Notice.against the estate j in GsdsdcR, Frnklin, Calhoun and Jackson, an : rather a sore back, and with slender! limbs. A IiI j I THEhue large and rnmmodioas rcbonesi I for the Alligator Line. I. WILSON.to enqoir I D1SSOLUTJO.- -
    court Appeals at Tails hrnee. bersl reward will be for the of the ( nfcoUon and niTch i.di-e.ai.d I hilI Copartnership eerttof..re vadcr
    I given recovrr J exi
    I ? ; of Sylraan Ellis,late of Leon dee. I Agent O.3!!rr- lirg
    county Address of Thomes .
    jir.b.rebyooiiedtopreacnttb..sroetomeortc BallzclL Apalschicola. same and the delivery of him to Mr. B- F. Perbam. I! !will par partirnlir attention rTPiring. forward.I Mar 1 183J ftf ; .1 the firm of WaddeJ!, Randolph & Lewis, is

    1 T. L Betloo Ewj.Tallahassee within S } Address Walker Atidersan, Tal1aha". e. rmrjdenl Engineer of the Brunswick and Florida j i 1 in:. and Iiippm rottos and mercliand.se to anr : Or BILIOUS COMPLAINTS :*thu day d .t olved by inutualconcent..
    proven, June 15, 139.-.If Rail Road Company, Ir-ThOu.&uilie. or to Messrs, j p' rt in the United ijtale They hue eon.iantron W. W. W.DDtLJ.II.
    ; tINt lisa prescribed by law, and all persons iok I j I I'D A MODE OF CURK\ well rf'JIJ.1 I
    UUed .ai.estate WILLIAM K.Attorney nr\CKLt\ Gurmin & Hall, Tllaha'sce.ALCXANUER. a larjr and exltnlIYw assortiiieitof Good"of RA.NPOLrB.
    > .k are hereby reqoe trd to mainnuaediate quinuty of bile the
    all dewri tion*. which mil sell: low upon
    r : WLVALL |" they in lot B.
    } paysaentto the subscriber living in Jefrenoa at jaw, < tmacn w always requisite fur Ihe promotion of C. LEW IS.
    A..t. tosu.t:: pa'cha'er'. for ca.:Ii or approved dit..i 1 found) Tallahassee. An nst 1833.
    Engineer.COPAKT.EItSIIIP. cr health ? 13.
    j Fla. MOSES TALLHASSFE -U stimulate
    eeanty, dm. Florid. : digestion, and keep
    Thursday Slay 15. They ripe bv a strict and pron.pt attention to the the! intestinal! canal free from The busia*s a til be ccotiuued fcj the psb'ahers
    all -
    t-'ylranus Ellis, !. OZee np stairs in the Old Land Offic, corner ol r I i iTti-re t s of thor entrusting biiineia t., their tIe f truc"r.'. On uudfr tie firm of
    1/ ear inferior surface Cacdolpb Le.*
    Jane 206m the liver is tf *,*&0
    Monroe *:reet and Washington a pccu'iar blad
    ,- Sguar THE Snl'icrihcrs hate'Dieted inl. partnership |' to merit M continuance of the liberal patronage der in hich the!Sii'e i i* first preserved bei form- will settle the affiirs of iLf former pjrTnrrOiia.J.H.RA.NnoLPH.

    c SIX t.oath.sterdate.pplicationwtl be made TllUUlSUKN'a GAKDEN ShEDS. I II the fin. of J. B, BULl. & CO "Tdwi'l I heretofore enjo\fd. "! Ibr l-ver; from the blond. Thence : .

    , Covrtof the Gadsdea Honorable Countyfor the Judge a final of settlement Uie County and fr I ARDEN, Gr.. Clover ar.d Flower steds o r I j carry on the bos.nf: '.f :MERCHANT[ TAI i -St. Marks Jan.33 I&. CCtf the stomach and intestines, and regulate it pasxesinto the any 17 tr B. C. !..W Is.

    diselta/ge front the 'U'tbe growth of 1838. LORS both in this r fa"e and the city of New: I Notice. .n ize"tt..n. Thus wrsee .hen there U a CIVIL EXGINEERI
    of deficiency
    admiaistratonhip Franci. A
    J Cash dec-, late of aaid eoa t Also small lot of Dahlia. Ilyacynth. Tulip Y ork. Arrnngenents lisve keen made for a con ., THE C->-Par;Dershipre.e-ofoieriminf in tbe of bite, the body is ennmntlv ontive. On the other ct.Cd 'vr tH prsrst
    ISAAC J.iRRATT,8dmini.tr."r., Pseonia,Crocus anJ Tube rote roots and an assofl- **ant aed full supply of Cloths, Cashmeres, V.stngs of STEWART 4B \R Ar.D. bemc band an overabundance of b;Ic, raosrs THEsubscnberaaving of i.

    * H.f RRIET menl of Flower Puts for sale by i etc. and a large assortment of Ready M.ide dissolved: by the death of the &nioi r.arner all 1 nausea in the stomach; and often firqucnt Brusswkk end Florida cege
    A. Rail 5> kis
    JARRATT, admioistralrit L 1 promotes vtrr se- Rr>ad, gus U
    RANDOLPH tf LEWIS. lothing and thy are now prepared to acco >mo- prrs'DS indepted t<> t>>e firu are requested to makeimmediate vera iltscks of
    disease which: the '
    QsmcyJnly 10-tf I costtllmes erd io services to pu1.Iie in the following: braahrfc of
    Feb. 2 IP39. 2Ctf : rIte theirct'antnrr: and the public, in any article: : settieire-t, aid all having claims: will)lpretnt death. hr proCeaaiou-Locatin Rail
    ADMINISTRATOR'S railed for in tb'irline. One uf >leae the acd con:UBclier!
    NOTICK.SIX the Mr. | "
    I partners, arnp.ELB.lRNXRD.Jr. Fver
    s.AUULIIKY: & are
    JlAIC.ISS.I preceded
    Kotdf Canals.
    moolis after Wade, residing in New York will enable them : symplomsofa disorder and Turnpike ;
    date, I .b.1I!! present my ac- A GENERAL "nme.tof"addl to Surviv.g Partner. d stomach as :' alo I
    bridles; Sue.ja. all orders ; scrofulous disorders, 9>a king tarter and estimate (.rlJi. rrfc oul.t..b'Sruciona '
    and ToncHen and to the Ito, execute promptly aad on thr mo't rcanableterina. Tallahaoee Ju'y' 14. 1313.: 4 91 fIX and all
    apply Alt
    I. **,one t"o and four hor"eh.rn synpsthetic functional organic in rivers &c. and ,.
    so or febrile desiguing ro
    hedge i f|>o*Cocnty Coort,for a fiaal settlement Forsateby W J. B. BULL r :M>AN I'S OFFICE disease Fnm the
    H FR INCIS. 'r same eau<.r, the natural and ing Bridges, Mil. daics, Marine R ,.I.aJ"pry
    r and di.ehugefrua the Administration of the*I- T.l1ahu.! Jsn 9 1833 I TALL MAT 16 healthy action of the heart '
    23tf TlaasseeNav.' 17.1P3S njissEE 1833. J i aDd the whole vattn1 Docks.aod other Iljdraulic work,. Harm*'tad
    15 !
    UtM of Mffbacl Csmmings and Wiley Searbodeeeae4late Notice.jT11 TTN piir 'nanr* of an order passed by the City 1 Ilr sy'te n w repaired and reduced below its natural many years experience as principal Asswtaut t.A*

    oegb of Leon Ooniy. Florida. E Subscriber having erected a STEAM qUINCY !j I -B. Count.il of TailaluiMr: the owners of all un-: standajd; as exhibited in palpitations, koguidpuW late ce ebraled L.ammi Baldwin Erq Civil .;i-

    BENJAMIN BYRD MILL at hi* plate two and a half miles East of, MALE & FEMALE i improved lotn,in tIle iimito of the corporation of ,torpor.of the limbs,syncope and even death I BPC'/eirith great con tdenca sis the .
    A1I'1O.1-4m Adm=Diatrator.JfOTICE. j Tallahassee, are hereby notified that if lUeif.m of
    TaIlah..ee will be ready at all times to supply the under rontequecce an overabundance of a pe- age of the public.
    with Lumber and Meal those wro may favor bin ACADEMICS ji! prow'.h on said :Ots,men as bushes' weed*. &e. are culur oSTensive substacce to the digestive Orders for ail kinds of Jurrrying,Levelirrg.au-:

    ' SIX. af\er date I .haJ| apply to Uie judge with arpliC JOHN G. GAMBLE. R L. ED.T1ONDS. A. J/ Principal Mr u j j not removed before tie lit of next June tbe sat-,I 1 The approach of billious dtfr b at rgans.nil tiniti I thciaatical calculations Architectural drawiar

    . .. Court ofeflers county forJeUanefedmioistration l'\elaarr. tbla.lane 13, 1838. 46tfNATHAN'S S J. F. Edmonds Tutoress. 31 iss Susan E.:: boshes ueeds, &. shall be removed by the Coro. attended bv decided symptoms an existing di?. drawings of patent: Machines, Map, hiss &r.
    Ibe estate of EdmunPrsy id Jolioson Mr. C. liar".. 3Ir. R. Towlr, and Miw j ration -t the expense of the of eased state of the
    op II owners lots. 1 hr stomach and bo.rU; i. e. with i will be attended. either by l imelf persoaaJlr or
    deceased lain. .said eoonty, HOTEL. Ad..line'eanr.. Assistant Teachrr J said undergrowth, bUlhf'a. weeds &c. being de- those signs which are known to point out tlieir coo. by his assistants-Application Ky Mail otherwise
    : lat- qgORGE. STAN OLE V THE subscriber takes the liberty of informing The next version of the institutions will commence I, clawed a nuisance-And, the citizens are hvrebjr. tents io be of a morbid irritating nature; but whenever prorcply noticed.

    friends and the public generally that ht I In the Slit June and clo>e old Novrmber. required that their back yard. be Sa the alimentary canal Refer to CoUS. West
    JfeUce.I baa the swept every happens to be loaded I Thayer, lite Principal of
    ;:' PcrMas baring damands against the estate -FLORIDA purchased lately known as the Male Academy. I' turday morning, and that the sweep:tigs be put in with irritating maILer, some derugcmtnt of the Point Academy.

    ALL bhepard n>cea edare requested HOUSE"Qaincy has which under hkMJperiateudance Term.. per -.ion of 5 mvnllis, payable in ad.vance. I. a box or barrel on the edge of the streets so that :healthy operation, either of the general system or Hon. T. B. King.Pn>*t. Brunswick* FlaJULCa.P. .
    tMpad Ubent in 1 undergone thorough repair* Orthography and Reading, $10 00 tbe corporation cart may remove the of some particular of the P. T.Jackson .
    |n atUeted acoordiog to law. and and in which he is Tbe above same during organ body is the certain ; Botga & Lowell R'K-Co
    .'theea indebted t. naka payment without delay.HU7ABETH DOW ready to receive and entertain with Writing and Arithmetic. 14.00 t tlie day. R. B. KER, Intendant. result; and when this state happens to be united I I CapU.". Parr,Architect & Engineer.Bctae.
    to the betorbi. The above
    CLEVELAND ability all who may fare with English Crammer. Ancient and J 'faIlahame.May1-6rn. with any other .yunitomofdjapeapet, effects IKERHAX. '

    T LilA with their patronage. Modern Geography Ancient and Modern ll.tto-; I ..'. .. ... L _. -- .1.. ._ Ta... ._. ._ ..!. .__._..._ are_ orLu... ___ ...,
    Inly SS.1839. O --I- ** ,. .
    _Administratrji.notice. To those who know biro,he deems unnecescary r y, 20.00'.'I D'1a AU un V.LE obstruction rj **-- is.E&* *cu. AlWfl"X? VI -a_ .Uill' I 1\03. .eorf1a. ___:. IV U
    A41-IlIiRraor'a FROM Shell Point a small sorrel ltI.&nE' organic so rapid as scarcely to -
    to make 'iouni.ea with regard to the The above, with Notice. .
    manner i fc Astronomy, ate of admit of time
    Maps ar.d
    ,.-g lx svnctha after dale I vfaal! apply to tbejndgaoflheCnnnty which the House will be kept. To all Globes, Rhetoric, I tail thin m.De. a small Max in the fotheappiiesti.on of such aid as is to months after date we shall apply* (C*
    Lvgic SIX
    h. offered
    Philosophy AIebra, : bee, and has a wart at tbe lower of be by art yet, in general, the
    corner of ; GsA"D
    Coortef Jefferson 'a. one premonitory Judge of Lbs Curt of
    for hat call: .
    to and Coaoly
    for Geometry r
    county only judge
    say yourselves Latin Greek and her of
    an hebrew I both symptoms gastric load
    .. eyesQUO cr feet white. Said are .r
    S.| .aIaetd.i.stad dtscbarga from the adioinUlrafJOT find him with the mare perceptible for a County,for letters of dmnimon from LIke s aX
    a* ,so speak of him. Prosody,
    you aid
    Mythology .
    Antiquities eonnected I I was missing about the last tf day or previous to the ftverisl
    .; nf T1>**nas G. $ -deceased, ISAAC NATIIAN3. with tbe elastics February or firt ofI paronsm.. a Archibald Lore of uidenaDt,.dce'd. ,
    25.00)I I I Msrcb. A liberal reward will be whoever period when the most efficacious assistance
    M hefi GRAHAJf.
    MARY EUfE. adminlstratriT given may THOS- B.
    : Qnincr.April 3 3'.trGALLIGIIAN'S French and
    Spanish, each
    I will said the
    20,00 return mare. R. 8. tn by unloading stomach and
    S.'ID.-2 orT. 0 MOLLOY alimentary LOVE,
    SbebH. DANIEL
    ) II .s..e'.. FEMALE ACADEMY. June canal of its
    : VEGETABLE Shell Point. irritating contents and thus reducing Aug. 10. 1-tfF17BNIT17BE. Eunt. .
    -n W.u-0r4 Terms per session of 5 months payable in ad- the. usccplibIity! ol diaease.Moflat's .
    M MIDLtLF.: .
    : At..1u for 'ItO, I IWaLCarris. la, FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, vance. Orthography and DIS'IRICT 01FLUHIII. .

    SauM lib JDH.IG. A certain and Jailing cure for this diteaae. For TJie abov. with Writing Reading and Arithmetic, Io.14JX()) Leon James Superior Lynch,Court 1)-Spring Term, 1839 be taken in the LiCe early Medicines flag* ui kilious! loud: always KERR K1RKSEY bare receirfd aad a*-
    aaleby complaints
    :m1Idsfiadt.o4. aliolben interested will The above with Engluui Grammar. Geography, V.. ant if persevered in strictly ; for sate a large asortrae of l(fsrrs
    I I according to the direc- ,
    :' ':.II Uk. *olje oTthe institution of said .. by Tallab:. April RANDOLPH 14, 1838. & LEWIS.M with the use of Maps, Ancient and Modern History i J. B. Dallura and Phil. J J lions, will positively effect cure. i f lure on as reasonable :arm saJ ever before ofierta

    "fttttefctfttBt aad they an rcqairad to and The mineral to the public,con>'*
    appear 20,00 I G. Hainbongh, trading } Attachment for medicines often prescribed in these ting o|
    JIll[L 'i.v' ,' W.iNTED purchase good BEEF Philosophy, Composition,Rhetoric, Logic Algebra firm Dallum & Ham.1 care, at the same time cieato an unhealthy temporary state of! Bureau.sideboards and seeretariea

    : *: L Q.'ITELLFORD. CATTLE. for which the highest geometry, &., 2 ,00 bo'OI.. the bloo.1, and consequently tend to promote re-.t Centre card and extension tables

    '> .sL1S3&44. Alt, for pltff..I. a price .ill be riven on application to Drawing and Painting 16,00 t'HE defendant and all others interested arci I tarn of the very disease which the/ are employed 1 Bedsteads Mat eases, .
    Music Piano and Guitar
    s'.'. Max ICE.IS BROWN & GALBRAITH. week each ((3 lesvis per hereby notified of the in"iitulioa of this suit L to cure It U then by,the use of purgatives, exclusively Mahogany chair bMWIDf" -

    AUi ou1adsbt.dio the r..tate otJobii W. TallsJtaKec,Jin 16 g&tfid I Us ) 30,00 b ijr attachment Velnniitle to the next term of said I formed,of vegetable compound, which poa-I Rocking, ours and ciildr! n cltair stub a Jc&
    of -
    Instruments 4,00 aessiug within themselves assortment of diokj'chairs lit a P'
    4eeaN4late Tallal C..rt and no dditeriou
    ", gf are required to
    : pal iagnadMte and thoM Spanish 20, 0 declaration filed therein which decomposition,combination,or alteration 1 en 4e.
    payoeaU bales beat Northern i according to l law. can
    Hay. at St. Marks Latin ani Greek Talkhaaaee
    *.a|>adj wilt "IDCDI Lbein i.I, attottcdfor0ft0 Port Leon, by HOLT & AflLLER.or Keedle work { ,oo T. II. HAGNER.ruff's, Att'y. deveUpe or bring into action; and therefore capa Acg 3.
    4,00 June t2 3m ble cf producing DO effuct,save that
    WM. H. FRANCIS.tP SO 1839 which ia desired w. & H. KINDON .
    .; ? ) .IS l&lfeWtf April 37if Board, ncJpdinf bed fuel and lights 75,00 -that a safe remedy foand. _
    Adnrfnlatrator.I FrCh rfflHB
    ''F & WAGGU. This Departmtnt furnished with Map, Globes Groceries. The LIfe Pills and Pbenix Bitten Wholesale A Retail Coaleeti B
    ." .KoUee S horse and several one hone wall% toned Piano and Guitars. 1L1JE undersigned are roceiring per schooner proved to be the moat salMcnber. keg leare' t..pectr.I',

    ,1S' :,... &Aer 44. ab0 apni j u the JadgaiwB TWO Wau a. For ale by Carryall .A Pbilosophieaj ppsrslpssnd Orrery .iIJ be ad 'I Van Burro from New Orleana Cincinnati I of bilious disease of happy any purely tbe.ire1l".el.egetaa4e bases prrpiJ J j J: .L U return their!Ibaaka ro/the k d .uvaaJ.L .

    :' f tnt Cw rl wf JaflenM .U1.1. WM. FRANCIS ded. put up Bacon, ration ever offared to the puMicIf they bare already raceired front.the

    .. .t...W dJfcdWl bom the admini*. Taflahaatae 'Jan*9 1S39 23tf Th discipline of the schools is mild and parental Hams Sides, Shonlders, foul they cleanse it by exciting it to stomach ia l :TaflahaMeAod IV VtCUIiiy' ,WBCV- -*i -eoalDt8C
    Prime tK/t>w off its Aiawenl j'
    ., *IJab* Q'rz'! tI.4. Ute oft D.AV8TIN&CO. hot implicit obedience is required from all, to such Pork, Lard Wee, Brown contents; if riot. they pas to the dbodcnan without in basine*; they hej In" to say tM! 1.
    rale as the best interest of SUG1U' log on. their pan shall be wanting 'to ment '
    t the Pupils mike it ne All of which exciting rouiung or nausea ia the stomach .
    inform citizen of
    PARIUSWILLI4\JSf WOULD Tallahassee cessary to adopt: will be sold low (or cash or approv the ; future favors. -I .. :
    d.' : ,that they bare taken the atore .d piper at short time. stimulating neigiboring vicero,as the liver tad At .i I'I.
    .ft ,4da'i' 011 ab1Hrg., irt448X., The ladies the Msae dma they take ,
    yooof residing
    ; will :
    the Teachersare panera*.so as to pvoduco a ,mee flow of.
    + "I"' nn JTain Street.lately; occupied by D. C. \Vit.)>n, treated aa m.mbcraofth., family and their Also on consignment, their secretions into the intestine copious J inform tacit friends that they hava co.meIrI;
    :_ Eafl where they are now opening a complete i alaorimcntof $- manners Ac are attended morals, One hundred A Twelve bbls Baltimore ? stimulating' Ibe'axha making lee ftam toi t.,. lie faad
    .,'. ..y.Op .LeBI.- Rich WATCHES, J../lry. SUn.alWl Popils will be received asuch. Flour, which will' be sold .low for cash iat capillaries terminati" in the inner cost any hoar of th -, '
    1 at any season,and which aa iaereas d flow of the uielese!
    } COUnT coogT.a- charged
    ; 1 Plated articles particles ef
    WcrerCotlery Fancy I D.
    1C only. C. k J. C. /
    from the time of WILSON. Tallahassee Jan 1FOB
    h. .JIIn.ir I I wbkh they offer on ti good terms as thty tap be entrance tat no deduction will b* inn 12.-.tf the bedy..(omg. rattlers, or retained secretion, __. '_ -
    roruU. mad for tboir
    ...."_"t. : r': \A.=. puvclanIt.thiieouatry.ntttttaUo leaving the schools before the and of I are completely discharged. SAUE. .
    '. .Jjj.' .'. "= ...Jt131.u.c. l *' Chen 10 Watch repairing, tie "011. HE FOR SALE For aale by e. A First rate S aJ **." 1UMl_
    'II.Ute in- which fromiouexpaH oeth.jraB aware i lht C.-LDUPONTSec'y.flT,4A. will soil at prirtte .Ie.b. 5 RANDOLPH LEWIS. Lures. .
    JL Jl.l
    I' KUUMANi dwelling house and lot.200 feet square aitu- Tallahane.June 29.-if WLLr
    Ji I public,willb rifof sa'iritritia&n.r. Th6ttt ; ABP.fLNATUY& if.u A. ,
    icy atedin i--- -
    --'aM&H. rth o tlT.lhU by-gtre '.!.t ..tt.nton.lotrIdJ.a. ,. SkID Merchants 160* pleasant part or the Town of Uonticello.h NOTICE lWOUee... 1 ': .

    ;1M.r.,1. hij $$, desire to" ..'10 iv.I shipobUc 'F.. i 1 fftw- OrUaja. '. AtMt town.Taroia acre otgodImnddrsniIe..at.l II WJL RANDOLPH i.wyauOorwd'tgeai 8e' ta.rr.., '111.L1a

    t'' ? ; : ".1I' > 1'\lt..OANTIL;' ; chJte patros.s. .i' ; l :tn I Refer l's R.K.Call),and Henry Bond. ; trill- be atadweaay t. salt pnrchsaeft. attorney daring my absence from the t t;, r u.-d.-i": '. 'dltll. !, .

    : ;,; AU1 f.ur'C' ., Taltahas.cr, NdTtmbcr 17, J:. IS Jan.. 171839' ,, *- ,iritf Mooticcno- .t _WLIAHG. CLARK', TiriUeryTILMANJ. FRENCH oaHU. r.'h' : :, -..Ii.

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