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: November 2, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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I : I time of 'tnter>nent. During the period, at every meal of,the family; mind. toward',the.poly true but to its ndiscb'object arid ,tmknown keeper t, a-* ,fo-**theHke: m m .r r ir
IJrrt1rer&, Ladiu end Gentlemen t- / 1 different articles of food,are placed before the corpse and thee most of human worship, .Tits GUAT I, Ai. "Yebi"taiplacing ; lodging*;' bat'Inine'host,' &te*:actat r: ib "'
We have assembled to fulfil a meUockoly' ,duty.- ., .. respectful demeanor observed towards it. Addresses are frequently out of view the,Ughta,of,;rereladon, rrhave' all feceimtj thetorrent I nizjothfi.tnivt'4"; -" oft be l
The Great and dread Jehovah, b the dispensations of bis alUwise, pronounced by the chief personage of the house, eulogistic of the eiidence fonntaiO-bf'tbe.'YUir tnrct itMutdbat ]
often,. r ..flowing.f tom thif. : to bgn the\e* : .: eu'af eea
though to short righted;mortals mysterious Providence, ha I character of the deceased, and prayer offered up in hb behalf. br GOD -of the UD OXTJIUTT or THB ibct, and of'our') 'tl1a.Olnr""R'1.Y'PY retired to"bed abort! ;

called an associate, friend and,brother, from his i labors in this "Vale of When' the time for burial ha*;>arrived n, ._., a n .Draceuion_________ _n_ farmed.__..___f: ..-------.J, a over w,". 1..11_. -. the *tramnlin>. Mi"T' k w* the feet of a ysv'-wo/. -. ht --t tavvtrn, 1
tear," to the Grand Lodge of Eternity. which; is generally very long, conducted with great.eolemnity and The second object had'in. recurring to:these usages' was. to a 1 and:before,the bar-keeper' ; ... .ota
In accordance with the ancient customs of.our ,association, ..corn form, and accompanied by many'ceremonies, and the 'march to the 'satisfy those of you who are not Mason; that no impropriety. 'could man Was hesH on, th piaM&Ad:_l 1na t.2u1> .'tltlli lad

plying with the expressed withes of our departed brother, we have place of interment proceeds slowly, and with repeated pauses and be imputed to ns on account pf the eeremdnni and rites we practice 1ichui.,rtb DeJl. ai pip 1..Ifaj omci.

convened to perform the. sad office of n8'gmn&' to the silent grave, interruptions. In some parts of China, when a deceased leaves no at the interment of a brother. Surely,;.when we show-you that'we that he was.an" pD "6 o1BCet. "p 1 ., -,. .

his mortal remains, with ,th ,ceremooia1s. of, respect t demanded by estate to pay the expenses of a funeral, and has no friends the corpse. .are,not singular or eccentric in such practices-'when you.find that,' his sworobelt'ai. i ,,,,, coed' ,".''It_
his standing in our order. is thrown into a river to be washed away. although as it is admitted, in this country, such ceremonies not sofrequently was a> dll ** ;;...Wa'ili, vita J 1JI

To you *Y BKKTHXKX, I am confident need not here repeat, The obsequies of the Hindoos, as observed from time immemorial,I observed, yet in other countries, they have been, ,and yet .io th h:1;' at tau d 1W" ?Ifslandlardk'
often has been inculcated ebptDhere,---that these ceremonies and which the humane exertions of the Missionaries : :
of Christian
what so nations are, rigidly'adhered to, and by those not Maaona-whefl you see b--t111 tP'ildirl ".
are not an idle pageant, without meaning or;utility: that we have not have hitherto been ineffectual to abolish, are of a revolting cha.I .u_..we Lave thesanction of the example of the tnosrenhghteaed sceud'to, I.1 P.with a feHpjr;,f. ..r.tj. .. ,
marched in public procession, clothed with the insignia of our order racter. The widow of Hindoo: voluntarily,or rather constrained. natiotts which have existed, and indeed or all nations, themtelugenfand. It being:several jnOni'tonight the .II"TI' at '
to gratify feeUngr of"personal pride: lolnake a vain display of ornaments by fear of certain infamy, for disregard of ah ancient custom and HberaT win i1 t. find in them ground of suspicion or censure ,' the. officer K sirccpteditlne ".0
and decorations, to awaken the curiosity or to excite the won. also by superstitious influences places herself on the pyre whichis against us. If as possible, there,are any present,.disposed' to hisdorroitoryby; *=tots. faad "
der of those who are not members of our fraternity. I am persuaded to bum his body, and is herself burned alive with it! except to the character of those ceremonies and rites, from hearsayor um away,: if the luSt fin ii &'tree CE'fran'

you all know and feel, that we are actuated by more elevated and This act of self-immolation is performed with imposing ceremo. report,we say to them,you are particularly invited to follow,iu to In the'morning iwr 'fio _''
worthy impulses. You have light, which enables you to read and nics, in the presence, oi the Priests of their religion, and before a the tomb of,our' departed brother, and witness them. personally.You He' l looked- apparently whh,irrach,. izrpn5j'M tM .bo

appreciate the instructive moral lessons taught by our mystic rites concourse of applauding spectators, who regard it as an act of duty! will there hear them explained and illustrated as far as they can be lay.qui breathing wi&; mouth 'see UiP Be
and with you, therefore,'the charge which has been made on similar I The commingled ashes of their bodies being gathered, are first buried, explained to 'thooo uninitiated in the mysteries our Order. It is then examined ,,1is.c tattered,$irt, piaCW1r." Ilia'rWp and
occasions of their being a "senseless profitless mummery" can hare but after some time are disinterred, and thrown into the Ganges. ; believed the moat acute and hypercritical can point out any_ arms and then muttered,fStranire: d--d atran Iy.iI6ach.

DO injurious effect. By other nations, on tire death of a person of eminence, the sacrifice any having evil effect or tendency. Some they maY A not fully understand ,:ed. the 'officer's no.e,.-JUI..m' R.'::! l- toped :.t

But a few observations addressed to those less enlightened, with a of animals ha* been practised as ante' and, human beings pri. but they should not therefore condemn,then ,THey have ,, 'Who' 'are your elnaD outer..PPm,il.. l.tlf.-. .:.1m
view to stifle unfounded suspicion, to dispel uncharitable prejudice, loners of war, slaves, and even the wives and children of the dead, long been prescribed by the rule of our 'ancient; ,usociatibd. 'and. ''}' a soldier,* was thef'replyi. .' .itl ,. .
and prevent unjust decision and censure against uj will not 1 trust, have, with unnatural and barbarous obliquity, been deprived of life, until they tend to impair the rights, encroach upon the privileges. or 'What's your namer ,fc )L.**:; 'K'Jacob '4 .i
be deemed entirely inappropriate or unacceptable.With and buried or burned with the deceased. These sacrifice* have been become offensive to, the proper feelings of others, we think we Ell. rtb.' ',u : M stn It' .'.7":1,11

but very few exceptions, and those only of' people whose regarded by some of those who have observed them a* requisite to should, in justice and right, be permitted to practice them in our wn 'You're a Jiar,that U ray name, fm Jftiw:.'CNoyon're )-:rxa

moral vision has been obscured by the 'darkness of barbarism, all na. appease the inane of the dead. mode without being subject either to gratuitous suspicion, tiny & not;that'*joe+ f',, answered_ the ,, :.wbo :.'time
tkms, in every age, have recognised and sanctioned the obligation upon In the early stages of the civilization of many nations, the belief ridicule or'unjust'reproach. Why should Masons be denied the bad recovered his rae.jn1f" *&* /f', ; o ,CJ
the living, to perform obsequies for the dead. With many it has prevailed that our future state would bear a clone resemblance to our free exercise of this .privilege,' any: more than' other societies or 'W att.d'ye want to( It 1 ma that .ou're. 1r I'm
been regarded as a sacred duty, imperatively enjoined by the pre. condition in this life, and that we should hereafter have like necessi. classes With as much propriety might it be attempted to prevent lake myielfl 'Too w't throw'sawdust 1ft' tlis1 \ '..,_ pobow;
cepts of their religion. ties, and like propensities and enjoyments. Many of the shocking i the soldier from conveying corpse of his departed comrade to' the you. 'can fix i.--putting his t iambi to bin i3oq";a ngbta .
Some have been influenced by superstitious notions as to the effect rites I have alluded to, can, doubtless be ascribed to this belief and i tomb with furled banner, muffled drum solemn march, and reversedarms 'Ghre eves:nose of your impudence;.tir'uFsh ciihtyja' with it'
of such rites in securing or promoting the happiness of the deceasedin also the practice of burying treasures and arms, and articles of or from discharing vollies at his grave; or to prohibit the hari replied the officer, shaking his t rtbeJi' > -U!"
the other world, while others have found a sufficent incentive in. food,and various utensils with a corpse, which has prevailed in many nerwhen he consigns his deceased shipmate to the bosom of the This movement roused the ire of the Janke.to# IUeJti' dfreev

I I the dictates of moral feeling and natural propriety, growing out of countries in different ages, and which is even at this day observed in deep, from lowering the flag of his vessel to half mast exhibiting that with his clenched.fist he,struck the, qja'bIo..OI tla face,
the relations of social life, and in the salutary influence which such some parts of the globe. other evidences of feeling for his loss, or respect for his memory; In and levelled,him on the bed; a noise ensued, and bati&wj_ute.

solemn and impressive ceremonies, have upon those who participatein The horse of the warrior, and the dog of the hunter.is, by some nations such matters, in this enlightened age,every one irust.be aOowod the elapsed ere the landlord, with his .attendants,arrived ate door;
or witness them.In or tribes upon which the sun of civilization has not vet shed its indulgence. of his own potions. The_ .Dions followers of George each of the combatant appealed. to''him to dec2e alto was' the.real
the disposal of the mortal remains of deceased friends, most genial rays,slain upon the death of the owner, and its body inhumed Fox have adopted peculiar colors and fashions of apparel, and style Jake Ellwortb,' and whirl waa the than;wbo'uagtcdme tolwdlast.

nations, in any degree civilized, have either adopted embalming, their with his, under the conviction that its spirit, transferred to the other of language, to which they adhere, and they do not allow the pr pee.ty ,The landlord.surveyed them each in their tornYKitheh t tai heir
inhumation or burial in catacombs or tn solitary graves,or cremation, world, may contribute to his use. of putting on mourning habits. In this county, their'right to :size, and the.color,of their.hair-; resembled each'otfcef i'1tD;'that
or burning. The art of embalming as possessed by the Egyptians I will here mention an historical fact, which 1 have derived from follow the dictates of their own fancy is questioned.: If by'ft he declared at length he...was, unable ,toiffiftogaWi-oat) frowl the
and other ancient nations, has been lost. !Means are in this age good authority, that within a few years past, the savages with who change in public sentiment, that sect should be placed a majority, I other., At this moment the hoeUer.arriypd e .aj.diodooz.iI.h the.t Uligence
and have always been, resorted to for the preservation of the bodiesof we are now at war, upon the death of a daughter of the then King would the minority submit that its fashions and customs,'be imposed that a'party of English soldiers cquld ba eeu..Dee
distinguished persons from decay after death, but since the loss of head cluef of the Seminoles,buried her with great form and ceremony, upon them? Would it be just or reasonable that ridicule, or denun.' off marching in th direction of the.:tavern Tb;o ,.g,aet .
the Egyptian art with but limited success. and at the same time put to death a favorite negress her slave, and elation, or ether coercive means should be used to bring item to and the Yankee looked'aghast b1t rtadJen r/'reconffSttB h"e 1
The Scriptures inform us that the Israelites, in the earliest ages of her pony and also other animals for which she bad displayed attach. acknowledge the superior beauty and comeliness of U staid and drab seized the Eng.ibman'a uniform'rah-.oufbf tbefrociD, uSd*'ordered

their history, first embalmed, and afterwards interred their dead. In ment, and interred them all in the same grave, and learn with sum,. uniformity; and to conform to it? As well might h be attempted to the hostler to saddle,hia bone.: In theiyard oT the'tavtmi'halcotr-
the two last chapters of the Book of Genesis, we find it stated, that lar superstitious notions to those I have just noticed. level the mountains, fill up the vallies,abolish the distinctions of sound plated his dress; mounted tie:officer's tteKd,:woA bokUy:mfeeJd'j the
Jacob after hw death was embalmed by physicians lay forty days bu. Other ceremonies and rites of remarkable similarity to some of and color, the difference between order and disorder, or to forbid a detachment.Englah; soldiers, ;ordered'them; to Uk.a.'d-f hitbel,

ried. in order to effect that process, and that, according to his previ. those of the nations of the old world centuries ago, in the dawn of preference for the "soft notes of the nightingale,over the harsh croak. whom be had made prisoner at tlth'nex!;UyeTn,, to t.; fiaapr The ;

ous desire, he was buried in the caveat Machpelah which Abraham their civilization,have been observed to be practised by the Indian of the raven," as to prescribe rules on, such subjects for the obServe manotnre" succeeded and the Yankee; escaped.to tbe'ABWi caa ttmp.
bought for a burying place. tribes of the American continent ance of all. :Some latitude must be allowed for the indulgence ot our The"English officer the mean- tdn4'was arrested'bjrh ii npeiu
We are also informed that, when Joseph died be was likewise The rites observed in the Catholic Church are of the most solemn taste and fancy. :but whether the mistake was .ever d'tticoTeied-i'd'epopani{

embalmed, and put in a coffin in Egypt, and we are told in the last character. Immediately after death, the corpse being abluted, a The character and objects of our institution,and its history, shouldbe I not.* d"'" w A :
chapter of Joshua, his bones were carried by bis posterity in all their crucifix is placed in the hands, and a vessel of holy water at the feet, sufficient to repel the, suspicion. ,that there is any thing improperin f. < ,i .. l8cO'l'
wanderings under Moves and Josfcua and buried in Sheckem, about which visiters sprinkle upon it. The officiating Priests continue itsritei'aDd ceremonies. It, is a moral association. ,Its objectsare -.I.retll--j.i.erMnijm.l ibm t me

two hundred and eight years after his death. praying by the corpse till it is buried. thf aifcfcration tftnVrooral and social virtues. A.my brethren, the scene of her,probation pa"the.Bdsnbargh' botadtujlhr' taaD
The ceremonies practised by the Jews in the interment of their An ecclesiastic bears a crucifix at the head of the coffin, and an. has often been repeated to you within the Lodge,'they'are'. the cement humor. The grave.attention.o "t my:Scotch count. and their

dead, at later periods of the history of that great people, were of the other is at the foot, in the procession to the Church. Psalms are which binds us together." We inculcate brotherly love,philanthropy canny reservation of praise.till.they were;,sure.sbei.:= -iM she

I most solemn and impressive character. The tombs preferred by the i chaunted previously to, and on its being carried to the Church, benevolence and charity, as cardinal rules to be observ. said bad welknigh worn out:her.:patience, .J8 .bad heeajosed tow

I Jews, were those made in a solid rock,against the opening of which and the office of the dead is performed.w mass celebrated t the' ed in- our___ interrnnntft with... each other.. _and__ with..... nil mankind.______ 'We- speak tn IoU _"rtim-v'uu* : a ponderous stone was rolled. In their processions they went bare. corpse thrice censed and sprinkled with holy water, and it is borne to I regard the whole human species, the high and the low, the, rich and ing stones. Successive Hashed' of her'elocution, tW always

heeded, the bearers of the corpse wore no sandals lest the breakingof the grave. There, prayers and a benediction are pronounced, an. the poor, created by the same Almighty power, placed on the same beep ire to electrify the south fell in vain,.oa.thciMt"1inb.i
a latchet should interrupt the procession-the near relatives and thems sung, and the body, with the head to the west placed in the planet, tu one family, who are bound to aid, cherish*jfapport, and At last, as.I,well remember, she toM se the.ocfied op' berpowersto
friends of the deceased covered their mouths and kept silence-rent grave, each mourner before it is covered, sprinkling it again. On .. protect each other. Excepting only the .JtA;v1Ka8Onry admitsmen the most emphatic aibleioUerapce of one psssage;having prerioas.

their garments-put on sackcloth--threw dust aud ashes on their the third, seventh and twentieth days after burial, and on their anniversaries of every country, sect, and opinion, and by it, conciliates true ly vowed in her heart, that J if this'coukl;no jouc the ;8edcb, he
heads and even gashed their bodies-and elegiac hymns in honor of the deceased is commemorated. Masses are often celebrated friendship between those who probably would otherwise have been would nevetcross theI'TweedV _.Whe ,k wu J! d1 she.:iptAJsed
the deceased were sung bv persons employed for the nuroosc.J .- for the soul of the deceased, at other times lone after his death. forever apart. To relieve the distressed-to sooth the unhappy--to and looked to the audience. The'd silence was broken oal-r.... bra .
J When the deceased was of high rack and distinction, these ceremo- The services of the Protestant Episcopal Church-for the burial of sympathise with the unfortunate compassionate their .miseries single voice exclaiming"that's-'iMf bad;'* .ThisZtsda crbc* -psrimooy y -

. Dies were accompanied by a display of great pomp and splendor. the dead, and the ceremonies observed in the Presbyterian, Baptist, and restore peace to the afflicted mind, is the constant aim and effort of.praise convoked the EdiobuVgh'itiidiebce wkfc laibghter.' But

J Josephus states that the bier of King Herod was ot gold,bedecked Methodist Episcopal, and other Protestant Churches, are so well of eveI-'' good and true-Mason. The fjrst words of the glorious the laugh.was followed by secb'tL adhere of ppfaos (thai-amidst
0 nth the most precious stones--that his corpse was placed on a known and familiar to those to whom I am speaking, that it is untie Anthem sung by the Angels at the' annunciation of our Saviour's her stunned acid nervous,agitation,shewa act' wiStttt f ers-of the

couch, covered with purple--a crown of gold was on his head, and a cessary to advert to them particularly. They are all of impressive birth u Glory to God m IRe Mghftt, and on earth react, good 'eeill to ga 'enesi.1-' commadowD. .' 1'1' -11 11"d,1)tf
sceptre in his hand. His army,marched in solemn procession after character, calculated to excite the proper emotions and feelings which sin," could be inscribed as an appropriate mOtto on "'the' ban [Canbpbeli,4I:7trof*.. Si4doaa..

his body, and also several hundred.of his household:who bore censers should possess the minds of those called to witness the consignmentof ners of our order. At various periods, our institution. has been assailed A J" '.Co .3.;; 1.\1..,".Yi+rAm
I with aromatic body of a fellow mortal to its last lonely h The ceremonies of the ancient Greeks and Romans bore conside. In'some parts of Great Britain, in the Highlands of Scotland, in even unto death. The proceedings of the bigotted, intolerantand Her, that every animal,,',,when dmantai ih=f"til

table resemblance to each other,.and were of an imposing character. North Wales, and in Ireland, the connexions and friends of the deceased bloody Inquisition, in i its at mpfl'tb suppress l c_order' in;Spain d very Btrickn lymftat are*.' Pat'a fwi, _
Interment and burning were practised indifferently. The corpse was celebrate what is called awake or teoiching.; In Wales it is and its dependencies, form a dark and disgraceful page_m the history tales on a Pig; andt it:'look Jib an;bid'irooamN"r' .tl:_

carefully prepared to prevent immediate putrefaction, and kept fiev. called a IlyI-nos. Refreshments as in the ancient Silicermun,of.the that'country; ,Fearful has_ been the, retribution required by dressed iu an overcat.would. retftjAb&vUwbonsT : S : 1g.'
eral) days clothed in the costume of the rank of the deceased, lying instate Romans, are furnished to those who attend, and until interment, the. Him to whom.vengeance belongs, of that unhappy nation, 'lr, this round 'il'cav"pati'fin.jn her paw;veil>* fcesadfaietc in the vestibule of his house,with the feet towards the entrance. cries of lamentations for the deceased, are intermingled with the. and other national enomutles.Ieis exhibited in'ler present fallen is represented. .A cockerel rin uniform is, a general ta'"13cvlt Abloodhound

Branches of cypress or pine were placed at the door, and the bier noise of revelry and inebriation. : d degraded condition. In other countries and even.in;,jour own, ; .with_a drab coat and a,briny wonld:rpfltmBn r .a aakcr.
*as adorned with flowers and evergreens. The Greeks were TemplesMausolemnsCenotaphstand other monumental structures i; and within: -few years have the efforts'of fanatical delusion. igno. The features of a f tiger call.. .toiaigd. A, i-r.t-_

obliged by a law.of Solon to bury their dead after sunset and before have been erected in every age, by civilized nations; orators have lance or wickedness, bee xerted to injure the institution.. Our looks like a miser. ;M WV a 1kAV.i .Cj c.' jll.-
suiinse and the Romans borrowed the custom from them. Fusses pronounced. eulogiums, and poets have composed and recited elegiac' posterity will peruse with sorrow and shame the record, on which i it and trim its 'wiske..s.and you .bU'a'>;gt iif.. .. .
odes and ia honor and in o; the illustrious or respected win be written, that in the'nineteenth'century'undertbe freest goy.. -.pm1\'II.tMnd neonleL tut we'iitslikfl be .r .
or torches were used and hence.they., called ;.. Sepul. songs memory __ __ f raonv ._ .
were funera '' U --- --.rTT.. .. .-_. --- -'
couldbe -f ." h. .. ..._
lure in the religious creed fCthe.Greeka and Romans was regarded dead.- Their virtues and services have been recited in epitaphs smment tbat ever had existence, political party spirit ,, exchjed It"M. I :
,*> aa act necessary,for the future happiness of the dead. Without and spread in resolutions upon Senatorial and other public by the misconduct or crime of three or tour misguided .men, to ."sue:r_.'. f. .IT' 4" '. a1K! us In.1It
such rite the banksof records. make nudition of aid for the destruction our.order, a test for political I it* l iit) -
,they believed the spirit wandered for a century on When the 'old Constitution-wis EcaiG ;
the The rites of Sepulture are denied by many nations, to suicides and office ;-that h was attemped to proscribe al.Masons as ut}. _
gloomy Styx. The I last breath of a dying person was caugbtby tiller of tnc soil walked. on b, and tig i fo rWjdeliberately
to traitors murderer, and other, infamous malefactors. Jo some worthy and infamous and that men of talents learning, and distmetioocould .
a rpar connexion or friend, who opened his breath to Inhale it- .from sietn to stern, otatsoooaltykidet J
of such is cut in which are exposed be found aid in the disreputable and unhallowed work!
cakes and honey were placed in one of the hands of the deceased,'asa countries the body person pieces was accosted by*a'o f firer on duly *<*t 1- fc cs> t"Ohyovi pz 01 bo
In others it is delivered to surgeons Dl for dis All citizens must feel satisfied that the political Joggernaut.of
bribe in conspicuous places. .
for his need talk tine "
Cerberus and astral! coin called inobalt,m mouth rat to boot.the*dapj.itf-**.a
favor to the friend ? under the wheels of which we were'to be thrownfor ; :
a fee for Charon. : section. If interred, it at cross roads or as a "anti Masonry est in it 'you'Eaye."
When of the deceased, in some'rriY and unconsecrated place. No funeral immolation, has ceased to move .Amid aHcthcse trials-and.diffi as "t -' ..f'i"l.b -
interred the body was placed with the face. upward, and. the. services are bestowed,but it returns cult es we have not'swerYed'(f&t &e'principle*of OM ordet HvlYo itm Y'.ttt rt .- .. .. 'oJ' ,.4 4r 'il. .crnorl"r
Wd of tbb
towards varied in form
theW.esL. ,When,buroed the pile size tats '
have and faith'as MasonsunsuUied. .Cakinu tl '1'i' 'o lam.1 ri"W a
wl integrity
and materials .wealth of the deceased toTo the vile dust from encl'it iprung, preserved our 'MrDd t.:; ;
according to ti* rank aad ; onbooored and no UD.n and detraction of our'association, hits'been, meekly borne without .dai + ; -t'
his "Unwept ny. 'iiatY .Wt i' .rud l
"W m
friends. The Dearest male relation applied the torcbvperfuroes and the.in. U. s, of.
*> These practice are doubtless in some degree attributable to motives retaliation. We have so nes deceased Navy.
were poured it, and,the richest clothes of the People, they own .J"I
Were burned with ,him.upon The.ashes were then collected, deposited of policy-to deter the,living from the commission; of such crimes;but suits md &heinjari to,our order' and have. eves} returned whde.eul'er good fOIl ernroeut take care of it, and Trotimtr '.1 .'' r. :

in an urn and carefullv .. At. the (funerals'of' cfllt'bed the sentiment .that the. P perpetrators were, tmrortiy to receive such eviL'_ Imitating the:example of our Dine! Radeener, ;j + small :,.hot still I'm one..011..tfi 1' ;-.J..t..a... ,..'HI
Preserved --- -' bestowal 'the of the crucifixion, our"- for, ,me ,pe II VI JIir ft cwnu
testimonials of and honor r,and that consequently the ing tgonies pmyers
1neD in both Greece'and Rome,.eulogies web delivered fy their respect "'**! It I
them'would detract 'from'the value and estimation in which Masonry,l baa beenFader forgive the they bo itot,1hhtAejj4. 'u t ',F3Jul: r.Lt3 r "iJ7ir .
i JnoIt polar funeral and moWlWJottitutecJ+ upon
orators, and I Rrtsrrsto Pi.Aca.-law
Ties Pthof
game Te'tJia the csreroo-
those who towed"them Will friend readily practised
ED focesMd.r those rites should be' held and aggrade you my
of the
iatonalists jwere, .exhibited in honor ( ( ties of 'and observing lush nrwcipJe*jUd thepurpose fep'taranYif .,, +tlldt-!
such characters likewise had Jo n e. a Societ/profeasmg .
The toW ( ,
followers of Mahomet bury their' dead, and: liMy friends .these references'uTtho u aige observed" in the disposalof of which ceremonie is to'inculcate and adrance those pnoch t ed at, band, xbsn baayrat '
command of their Prophet. u soon as possible after their decease, the dif. rk.b.e.t 1 in'them that i ra1 or,impfot*v' We her. Let t e '6e- 3 in-
I dead in different the various inhabiting
under the belief that the aocl cannot enter Paradise uniii intermwt.. the ages, by people r..JIfthe' the stead of down ah 6 city
Their .. ferent attJI"of'OU GkehelieTinii different systems.of religion; seek by these ceremonie t craft ..9okmn oW.the' .of beTng f 4ted ,
r carried corn**; : ; \
Prophet forty
arinliwbo ditbZ Oft No
adverse creed, arid with diaumilei CUIfpmSauu hplOltwml -":, gation have Uil duty to their God-thiir.countrymeirbrethren4heir pavet reut betomb .satin
'Pam proemioo towards the pUce-or ,sepulture, might tberety tbemselve u taaght. the ha the i '
I I uldioi beighDOorViiind; \ me.
Ia .
been made with tw fold porpoise., the
bare i a -
of the ,
Bete'' bv _sia*, occtoJons'til of'the Muwulman faith, even' to the'biportwiOT' rahiabloleaeotiiof r and religion ral lecture of our order. .Allusions' inaoe .of ar mystic, h'--- heav/wt fro' more ;, tie tears sry; it 1bacb.
rank,to ctsUt in'tba ceremony'The: deceSted Is placed oti you AMM ref ,
: the force"of.which M
and bent
l .A .
instructiontofWfan tfa&Jt lfyi&mi&ta*, .!>e ; ter
riCbt> aide b Jbi* rae''and"hit face torned+towan3.'hlecce,'with :! i and .We'are told in he facrQt1 r.i---n..* '*
f* "** afforuea.b theml offiope o the,.fundixnentaLtrath. .upon; aibly,feel tppreciata. '
.8OIemoiej..w esc.,a brayCT' pronouncrd by thejmant.inNO .(ha hone of thstafWbtheey. Af ve; erboroms gf fret.,
faith (the Christian u founded ismottcoavuicnig.bipartu ? it,_better to gblto mourning con
/ which tto ,. .
!aofouhd ; ;
ideocs. /1)i' r
'! expMM&gr& tears or.{ i lamentation toceivcd bg ,for lb tbUi ) end GraB men d,1 fi7ic, v'il ,it". c the TSi tltoM
ct'a f tvvely | .gulf
ars mowed tt. 'lor'ti. Mkii 1! to .e,C uiei, vnd! u I? ". mann : ; I' ''' l
"' ?1 f heart r and that 0the beartotth.wtae'r h :it ac. iris
t a X. ,. :
iEt > '_'dMr.a"br't1' x{ b'J'J 'r. ,: oW' ,', \ T.l9t aygiot X see',- .L.. .a14___I'1..._ ., ._._,.,.I L__ ._- butth.,_.nrri : bi the bott_ vf'marl.., .
to u d B, Dtand ,fOTwtP *pu-*-WJ yi# '
t dtigbi .F t, 1rssUvea &-#V'r 32 iofrih Ip selema 'tldd'1IHixRn; tntei, Is to sotteti tbo Qatth )f ,the
and n 'c trees 1aat i ie*.enliven and inngortte-the**devo<'iodal* { d waken L .w1 dA.. ,A aY ,,tttatt.r .

., pmgna of.tbat the -I fidetia itnd l ohm wbo Rrtrustigtdes1of
td eIr d tuftamr. tier tltsndrt.ll to' deep?
,_,lr t .. ,.. it
truth that
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prernisesvrmnect to its poBwaerauon and -'--' -OctTre
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beg leav&.4rt to thnyeiti-.t I II W9
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bavpejthiie on taShvicini fir *iTjK% .*&
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'@ Ui On my arrival in Liverpool the 15th specie payments, which waajeCf ar er pleasure to be able t4 1 1I

:i b ; ;; L1 r4EzzTA,3a3i of August last, I lost'noUme In conierring a i-M-jiiiL'.Ton iacussiou' "f, by" ''a yotfe'of. oreWn two .Is t& and is supposed to be in great dan.Uji I that several ofour baaks are drawing oOJS g eaqts '
} jvigrtphic4 .iiJ.L *rp&iI b flYOb''"* I Amon them men.'V r_
with the following Houses; Messrs. Hui*. to one.'r.iW ; the sea and wfodhjur Iasrwtek
$ IW1Lt bOr L1J -,:

IyRwcqftnyC4c.eb PUTtOTh Parer 4Septembe.L i Capt.w ist re, 30 til now,
: 4 U911t171IIWCh
w i **j "yr '

,with thefqllowinHouuin_ Hav-I .cpducLWiI 1 ; tickness at that plae ei-tht hcmtLtTh.ne 4.1 N 7ener,
O fl / ""' J *'J -' ""* "; ii" 'i*" *1 : ; 'RwaV'over 31 fi-n NeW itaren ueraja 01 Inc 1in lUll.1iad1l1owmgi .
Co4'Zhjp rJ ; : );; ;: ; intolcampjaitd ;stoje )' '
cfe4vtV & flKjcK' 1.50-head of cattle. .The Sloop'Jono'Capt.H6t&.witbi ;
?4 ri ** 1 >te/jibs/ iW'BvtnvutitiX Ttoj'tt'S.. Wm.Cooley, Esqof thfcpteeejpasseoget ;t vA'isob'treasu-ry-check, invf &TOTiof'lbe/! bttHerbtcterkqa

.a.q1k3p; % Baifgeran 4* -Toall.pfwmch f Grcqih4O7tJCir BatikC1 hefe ;is"gnod reason ;ito belfeve! isbtijin'g'lts ; >
If bWWoekVancl i(6lfirigits'nofe; to alone of our banks 8aturdayand the -. Ei4y,IiaJnz.
la ri' i houses 1.explained !uilytbe measures- which .Tariipa, a m&twooi; three' week* tincer iatlnot. specie *
'3 had i beensuggested by.the meeting[' .lTl ?".-NcTor ralirt ihamoney :The.consiqiJenre'i; 1*,' that been-of.--Fears'\rerc Hteftai'iied.thai demaPded'fld promptly paid. A draft .tin box; fasten d ay

i } -; T .- *- Phn tOerphi>i'ls' dccirrtlp! ThepriCe' -New'Ydvk and the bills of the Manhattan
exchnrige'oh ,
$( :tj : (TiC per
m 4t. 'jv1 on the i5thoiJq1r j last, f fprthe cpnside.'ration shtrwent down io tharlata'gale Capr. b. ips, i conmoft'kev
? of this Conven.tion.. Vnd utfjo duties yrsW'rday vrw Itf'per; 'cVnit* ,dJscoitn'f. Sistatra cruised along-ttfe roast'but saW'no bank were1 teftittd. A demand on that bank | II ftKsStSfSihS'SfSS ..-?-
'ww.pijlljesignedj' vr5' '* 'Lnrgft'irnodnts of ihe n otes of the' U.:8. Ever will be rnftde to day for payment and ifthey '
.g 1'Mdti :it Mrould. be .expected that,they. vptiddisc'h nJ sign of her.- : thigiesqiiet'tTam.pa. '
$ Ro; : ; .v I the'endorHemcni h.'KWfr t)' bmwieptrnled the specie will W'retun.
rffe 4crfh proposed Aeencv: that byplacth'g"ilen ---- --,-- .. ,. a' L :._ a t: j i r ( "S
azT11 dJMuke Moacohto I Ij4ay t- ? -!Under V1 'no.advance.m*- '"V fact,','and* "'' xiemanaeu 01 tne c-asmer uwey: ; > OCT. 10. ed VlTie bank drawn1 on here Has a'surplus owcoverea it ,4pI i fl'o*

.1 -'-> --J- "> { -' .. i ihnerely.as huve beer reehtd,- aHa pitynie'nt'rcTused.I of that but few since rn
!! insomuch a days person ia1rc1i
,iee..t1ti. Vass" ) the accpptor s. pt Bills drawn by : _- .- r- eiidorso. The Ship i Mary.Rowland, Weare, which specie; ru&ro"
( Cn3hI ls bfFd f&mhk must'feenine
h( br. cndofflod. by ftC rosponslble Banks at the :.we reported last;week as being ashore on the it'remitled 1110,000 toNow'Yorkvfiich was
i-i i I It 1 menl by t %!, id not needed.by:atly possible demand. / !hiiIIi! in
.0V r ; ') z HputJ atkngightitwuld be expected that Doha Shoals,,was entirely lost, baring1 bilg.ed
u.beliyved itbMihe.Secretary of War i iaabouttbs thjcrvK'9c'otjon[ would be.directed.o the most one per cent. & month if Qt on Monday night" last. Her cargo- was .n. Frbi*the Baton Alia'of yesterdayluflliere' was WW&itW, oTflOOf sioctfrafm

.1'4. nda"ifQrceof ereTl thotmand men |adv n fagequ8 'sale bf the respectire.cop'sign. paid within ninety Uays. 'the; charter' of the 8avcdtond brought into this port By the wreckers. was k disposition "manifested '"biome nd'the- _isml: nmeaWlhtJ 'Wfife1t !

.. 0 tot jji'cntJs conflijcd to their"care, and to acting ia'eSiUre'concert Bunk w forfeited ty n sl-or-rprbces" "Herotofore The hull was sold at auction on Fridayfor.thegross.sdra few.of f b kV'to'dot>fiomeUitngtdilcflieve Iy ffae'etr t y'Bi feb5S5Daily

t 1otrr together, in reference as to thebest'interests the B ink hua alwnys'iaid'euchinot| >d of' $310-and the :the'pressing demands of bur merchants;' 'thfi hT'feed

of those whose property theytiigl' bilU-; before the expiration of the. ninety wreckers have libelled for' salvage. She1!* not in word merely, but in deed. We learn .Times. .;ai' IL'.

L hold.It ,1. days: The >6tested'p6st notes also draw ennRi nedtQ Green & ThomDionp they discounted to a moderate amount fint ,-> .iI t_ v.Irrm -II.--_ U.--- :..-.' Ttr- T
----- --- -- -- -
tL thq.4ihe 1rr; will be perceived that in submitting the one ppr cent; 'a month. Immediately --I why;do not the'whole of the bankconie6filikem 1Ar4ibugh% .tr3a44.

opportunity retrieve his above list of(: Houses with the understanding I suspension,'the U. Stales Bank discounted TUB; .POSITION OP .NEW YORK.-The pasition having the good of' tl &'!rnercahtile', ''Lkff- i9.4!

W40 trust that val.Darenport have respectively with them, that I have largely j but'iiotwiths'andin the increase of ; of .New-York, and of New{England cbmrovmity as well as the 'stockholdenC t p-1 They ,

i $4 4aePCoL trfll not' be ta. discharged that portion of the duty confided to money, a Philadelphia merchant told us Yes tipoutho Suspension, seem* to be at affair heart, and 'relieve the merchantsrfat once? lad ju..

()1 kbftirnjddIe Florida We believe the me. Therefore, with the simple expression diiy that business there was f absolute/* !* I pf.umuscmcnt toa, great many peopled The We know it is said that by doing7'this we I recpae1i '

I *ple satisfied with his of'my opinion, it merely remains for mo to lionless and dend. An unsound currency isan explosion Southwaid, in their.eyesis a ,feu should be expanding, and that su'ch' a' odrse enabted (ojud e ffom fy

that confidence be placed inhe awful calamity-the sorest Vcobrgc, of a do joie.-capital fun .for speculators' ben would not answer at the present tune.K .:
; : oup andcxetion tb p W rany officer say every may usines character which merchanis can pI1rraceji! tobe asqjj
ability and disposition of the gentlemen though railjer! melancholy, it i is admitted, for .j.. : 1 Ui tIe.ItesoeYthon. to
voo.; has, e 3 ent here. The.failure of suc- composing these firms to into effect uissitily encounter.Nl Y. Jour. Corn; people there. NEW :YORKvOct. 16w V lie.savs
carry -
l CO83 .cf the.recent expedition of militia and those measures which now form the ,subjcct .N&wYur.K, Oct.tl9. New (York, just now, it .is true,, has the The appearance of matters inWall si reel, Y'kg rfegularpar.

voluntfienlolthe: : Suwannee to find the' In. of 'tim deliberations of this Corzv ntion. It The steamer Liverpool, which sail this post.of honor ; but.jt is ,toiba-.maintained, bccomesTbrighter and. brighter every* day large class of! persons,hot a

dians, M iJDebjji due from .th1itot&r.: Banks would not.be-ab! ,!ta'continiue 1A1C .
gatisfied-the from the above Houses dele aro.to nuit.. to.us
ort chs
commanitthat'mucti.oftheInefBcieney pence.oi suspension of specie payments [ o ertajnrcady.to De.tessq rtcles,
imputed to the regulars! has been gate the trust elsewhere, as they may'deemproper. t>y the nnsjlvania.banks nnd of many jrje.South are.greatly in. p ril.'Tbo, exchanges specie payments daring suspension of r be swayed are

The AH of which is respectfully'- banks south .of hein, unleVs the) London -ill,along so;detrimental,are to be wotse thoae Houtfa of' us, arm daw < confident of"a.happier part1cuar ce whtcIj., MJrmin
unjust. militia doubtless '
in .
superior off:IIiaa. vor. -.Ouqown curruflcy.rngflt/be result.- Specie continues coming
milled. J. before
[Signed.] HAMILTON. shipi Vilroinfttoji should arrive iper .
some respects, and for some branches of the Macon, Oct. 22d, 1839. packet herr which) Id i not improbable. '. i ono of$ severe.contraction Wttiara-; np in.even from.C nadato: which-there Js mu- yieja vl9qtIn Jn4rerF they

service,lm(.in ithobng run the employment the proximate nlmost an exclusive metallic currency ally.n drainf which i is probably to be atlribttted.to ,
On motion of E. A. Nisb, On Ihb departure of the Wellington, Ihe-considerable
ofr .nnd ,and of land, the British Commissariat tber ,- havucru -' .
tbing dwelling, '
trblianeerttpon the regulars best, Resolved, That the Report just read by suspension alluded to was of such recent oojcurrcnce :every ,:. i.. _.. ____ LA ___ .Z _i, _: ._._.. ii __z..... wssh asupplyortfiexn, .4
and certainly Jess burthcnsome to the country. General Hamilton be received, aud referred to thatwe, conten'ed ourselves with or laoorf iir nugui cue, IB io uu tenicu uy ina u auiinuu wiui uuuurs irwiu 'LuVML- feat ion--<-wi- zth that aIJrs,. -L--.rr----

1 A gteat mnfbrturnQ in" this war is that there the Committee Twenty.Onc. >irnply> noticing it. Sufficient lime had nnt severe rarasure of value, Again, an-opinion js earning ground.andwo leads to much uucuut,wusmess.
hive ) .reocjc ta
Thu of the Banks believe it is lint
has been tod many commanders, and tfnothorthaVin John. G. Gamble, of Florida, submitted the then el ipsed to consider thi fv nt in all it* uspensipn Philadelphia; reason to correct-- the country are a b.ri ej'f JbeU7QcaMyim.]
leading to a suspension in the Flaptin<* stales ourJJanks rely the assistance of
following Resolutions, with a request that bearing:);' to.reflect on-its many important may upon pressed by thfrequcnt
sigfct.of alcampjo
ca ea depredations, the nearest of the the General Government the
and West ,ah uld needif.
reg. the great Farming states >> they ---- --
be referred! and effects and
they to the Committee of Twenty. consequences,, its probably ; riewspaper'J
'ular U. S. pfijcer-bas not been forthwith is n calamity of such !importance, as Now A wise mcasuie called for the inlere'ls ,,
One: evon now, though we to'enter mnra The
propoie advertising
Happrisedofitt %%re know York cannot from. Tbe interests of she United States well party acquits stctioa!
no instance in "Resolved That this hope.to escape Treasury, as is by
Convention disclaims the weshull thus
J fully on subject, principally confine in th'etr eyes, and they juijs-tt jcToakrng
which such of the stales are 00 blended and (hat those of the and the State -
on information they have hesita. intention or wish by Us action, to obtain ourselves to a statement of facts, on country, lastly, a choice to prefer bin. Butbvl'Su. the
union is so that whatafFect*. one, af.fects Bank and Batik of America, are offering to
fed Io4oItfrdqt for American Cottons strong
tj- such which reliance be for
higher prices than may pl.iced, we are most fmportahf effect:of. adrer oja of
; the whole. lithe shock itself does not draw <>o England 9 and their stng
Much sickness prevails'among the troops as will naturally result from the law of sup. still joo much in the dark as to the immediate per an indirect nature tha cbavey the ui ressioa
E reach us. its visitation will, and with force drafts are, we learn, not founded on :shipment
: al tl s time, but'thosc.ablo to do duty are daily ply and demand; and the necessity for the causes of the catastrophe, to venture a that the.party--j') et nding.Qr not preleadiDgquackuB
Tho troubles of then of credit.In .
too. Philadelphia specie, but on
of the Convention open <
We.caution meeting would not have decided opinion on the causes which produced ; bcnbt..wackisbraoxiaisfer
> ??linfi'. our citizens not to be -. .
should be amusement to the discount
existed but for combinations no U3. charged on uncurrent mon- -\ r.V1 -J ut- -- ;
and the which be
measures or consequence may business. One wnqisanxtooifa IvivmM.
lulied fnto security. under the belief that there adopted: elsewhere .for, disturbing the operation expected to flow from it. > New York now stand* in the perilous position ey there/is little variations. Eastern i remains r : t-Tri\q.'T'; e m*j- v-ji to* be-AY-Z*i
are.no Indians |n Middlo Florida of paymaster to Eurt'pe in the -samev .Norwich Ct. which i the is unavoidabiy supped
as some of that law. AH the B nks in the city of New lork, spvc except ; : attentive l
|iiye stated. Numerous with to New York in ,It brukvrs.refuae.Ily the Providence boat cfpl-pe a .w g? Spl uea&i
signs have been re. Resolved That while our habits and inclinations (with, a ,couple of trifling exception*, Dot payment paper. > Q t m l ltniansaiagt

S {ceqJy|; discovered near the Oscilla by the lead us to prefer Agricultural pursuits, worthy! of noljcej-fontinue to meet their en- docs not become us to swagger in this posit nrrived ;yesterday morning, ..wo- learn the and.moat-traHfi 3 aTiiit i ainni

rij lars 'and.,others ;. and, indeed. Indians we arcTwell apprised that, if it shall become gigemenU in specie, and are amply ablo-toi lion, but to.strive most earnestly to maintain banks there.are reJceming all iheir notes up and in general uses f e s sy w

Bh M J|' _A _- ?_ %T._._ ,, I necessar., W cnn nmnlnv n, nnri'tnn.nf ntir mn.r.t. / n / *l' i n fr n iP nn T\f&_ it. The bank* but ,dotheir .duty/in doing lo the araaunt one hundred dollarif in specie .>. 1 -fi .4f f.TT't*"eiy.expea"*n 1i
r".utu, I4L-uuu ,In .i'UU4l8, nammock -- -- --- r' S. I V it 'tJIrII.rtI IWISIVft* lIr'J **vr |Pl S.-
> t Jt on ihrir best i A n ionaj ioflucnved .by and:ihaiihere isino.iran tbem- arKt P3E
inst It labor in the production of Cotton yarns, upon turned t<> be much curtnilud.) and their deposit suip > upon like to .
.Jhejlpih is urFbase une these.crpc ,
,impossible with fivetimes
and led fears United States ,
the Bankof
I. terms[ which willenable example, on by danger not .Pennsylvania notes
to the in demanded. There
us ha
supply specie, ', and toe of hs.thatsuch.cwvuntjnce
thp force now in Middle Florida imminent would be tolerated iu ,Now I 11 system. advertising. ? azrtng .,
to drive Weavers of not areqt; percent discount, Baltimore Bank' -' '*' f ** > > f" -
Europe cheaply as they can be however bven no run upon them for specie, exists at tnic
than-out, or even to afford protection to all. done by the British manufacturer. Such a for foreign exchanges being in our favor, and York. Wbalevr..sacrificesJt.is.inecessary notes 10 per cent discount ire ibo.street on uarshop'tli

I The first step of Gen:1 Macorhb should beiS conversion of our labor, however, is not desired the balance,of indebtedness with other pnrta to malic tomaintain, th: poaition ue have, the best paper 2 pec.cent a month; ; .t >d It' b\TaiIcedJ[ -ti.vvj peat.B4teaC Wf Jl

seri men here and to it, in of the, Union being nUn hi our favor, i ii* it where these yiewg areriet jlprthtihe./post of'
defence with honor. ., < packet ship i which, sailed: yvsterdayV >*tnecq
$cpur all the"swamps and passes East of the will,we have the disposition to break well possible to conceive from what quarter a.iig)1mqc:
the commercial connexion A great many,pcopU* think ihcy see daylight was.1JSOOzderliogin specie. .The Hat
Oclockney at the up which exists uch hwundjhould come.; hit should
time my Itl
driving all the between the Cotton Planter and British through the darkness ofthe present. r* packet is detained till lo-diijr. >.i .; try.;
Indians before him spin come, however, our banks, iwe repeat are
beyond the Suwannec ?
Their visioa if much
; ner. they see such light, w ;
prepared to meet it in specie, from heir own -
and.then establish on that river line more lynx-oycd than TWO currencies NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 12. a
of ours.
a posts Resolved, That it will Be take and should these ?* **v 4 ** **' "*
expedient to resource!), by posaitiiljty -
FROM TEXAS.-.. the arrival of the heavy expense, the.inference y8trigI
by but linn i it By !
.close togethwaod have Steamboat separated an imaginary state ,
a contin.xially measures annually, to procure correct info!- foil, they will h'tve the supp'it of the Federal I that hezgo4efiecwou4ik
going up and down the river. Middlo mation of the extent of the Cotton crops of the G ovcrnrnent.-Caur. and Inq. uo light nffair in our nation.' Universal dis-' ateani pK'ket Columbia, we, .have received ; y3oii

Florida would cleared bf the and United Btates; and that a Committee.be ap. trust ensutsfroin such Huupen ,ion as, is now files of Houston sin! Gnlveiton paper* to. apparent b- J- ,. 44_ leCkt

savages pointed'to and to this Convention The takes taking place. That confidence, the very ba the 5th instant. The Houston Telegriphof PAPER.-PIper;
Jbe continuance of our Militia in, the service prepare report Liverpool in nil 50,000, or
sis of all fjtih in business is shaken. But the 2d complains.of not having received
i a plan for attaining said object. about $400,000. haunt it has come from our I chloride* hent1emavbd; r'eiii4i4y'
which ? io great burthen upon them could what is unfortunate. For a mail from the United States for nearly a :
On motion of C. C. Mills, of Alabama, Philadelphia this morning. Most of the more or eight >roaucesefict3''of; jS

with. Colonel Gamble's .Resolutions.wer reivd. >utd<*c>I!>lttf nii
& Lpllaot.Capt.. Johnson's company of bind*'Ieired to the Committee of Twcnty:0ue.' the market for .tbi1i..31.Iioprt'rn. ; ;;; ;: what fatality wo all see, and how many more an uuusually long while without receiving I I caine is Jrttle srnpieefrd? Th deBttfabWom '

.volunteers hive been on scour after Indians The Convention was, in Session three days experiment are to bo tried, before wo return any news from the young republic.We of plants f'MM'U n'ifo btibK&b*

.jsaid be to I to tim true path vhenre we came, no copy, the following paragraph from -iheir-c tov F1'Th !
to iiIfte*
Oclockney warrips. He and closed their labors with the report of the Post Notes continue to be bought at 12 the I
Houston Star.of.the 2d
Y. :
I has found noIndians': and no recent Indiana Committee of 21, the great length of which per cent per annum, for lli time they have 1 min can fure.telL-N. Express. By the Brazos Courier' of the..17th inst. iiilk*; 'ytulef, hic'istrlri bkiilet.;
: be flan h& be
sIthi. It is.txjieyed. 'they.have East to run, payable: at par in Philadelphia mo NEW YORK Oct. crtme eveiitoany A'iintflri
gone prevents our inserting it: this week. We we perceive that the Indians are con.sjantly$ ; ] "*A stlkr rriuficnHW

,iiricc $e.:JpviJer ofjBupch.Vamjljv Some may give extracts in our next., Jbrojjflrj ney. Thm ilmnaiea)is also n which WM feature.are'mature Some in Exchange at Philadelphia is at 9 per cent. making predatory excursions, in the q.t, up onco'btierlyonplaiiie.di61nnf-white''paper1; .* 'l k J'suvajrrerf

Jbiejieye'jlipso'udiaM.to bo Creeks .lmt we -deliberations of pay This mnrniig85OOOJwcr sold' at 91. unnoying the inhabitant., .st Hng hordes, '' >
Convention were l). S. Bnuk bills, with 10 cent froni th) f' mfficnlly11 irr pr rra;
have otf idea Ihat socfa a the fact. They "* >'* t* per pccm.; The stock market bas"rallied ,again this &c. A. parly-of about, twenty..CurfliUcbMmado.n eolore'cT br'lii i1S
are ennrcly rrarrnomous, all desirous only, of BUS.Mfn'fngtKdmutdu 1iat. Iota post note of $lO.000, pnynbltfin J l I tIp51
t The some who have been committing all the intcrespf of iKe South as a New York, they.give $l1,000U. S. Bank morning. U. S. opened at 74 andclewed, at visit to New Labadio,. fcitnilnr > but *Ws"4 JI

d ravages' in '5fi3dl Frorlda'kincnt the war commenced Cotton growing community, againt.1 any unjust bills.-Jour. Com, the 80 ; this being an advance of 10 per cent over one made at Goliad-whifh our readers will Tie!

closing price":Saturday. Dock '
; probably a of"Tiger or improper coalition of British ,capital. ( .Dry lecollect' seeing in our paper a short time sfaineo *'apr bad lost thotw irJc*'ofyrfW*
part TthL'sI has advanco'd S
,, ists. 'Thc U. tJank.is per cent, over yesterday'ssales. incennd chullenged. the inhabitants to Arfiscotira7 'ts butt -
torc I Ttrthet Sj Bankrupt! before fie; fai* wa {
North American Trust opened -at -an/1 fiorKf iKn-n. AltdnnrrK ..
nm nut .. IIAVAtfm .... -- -- a. .tt'n *L I f i TVft, .
U JUMiiJdJ UirH, iuo I *f -' u..v r .lk' w. : ---w V.wb .B. tt I bet moufl&r swwur iu-t Iiuus.
; -' r 1 : CIIE4T,k'ac.AT VicK nuBO.Our/illy--I las lfl you 'u ill. She is dishonored in Europe JUOJCCI I 46| and closed at 48, which is lover that were but six or seven men ia town, they pnuntls, liri bwiM reala'iJ ifisrnanarlu'rew

rtheifle, of the.:sen-ice anticipated. A Ins again J>ecn vi.>ticd with a'destructive fir**, I and closed ot home. her prrsident's namo I of yesterday. Mechanics Bonking Associa. were informed their cliallenge would bo accepted ;'foldedchl"d

ffP &ITew ea.. Indian perhaps tIP' most destructive which has occurred has been postedI jn Paris, and those who last I tioii 1 per cent, Delaware ,&, Hudson left if they would wait a short lime, which e

44frfarmoreeflectual4n getting rid oft for yenra. At'abuut o eo'dockys- yjr.we 'quMrVeJIinfilriir: her ..agenry, now I yesterday at 54i; and the closing prices they refused to do. Having taken a friendly icallf 6'rr'goW;

A Jbo i11dzIgtt 4; terday morning the flunds weie set n Wfuiog uiutu in anathemas against her. The Journal I II lolday 66. Ohio Life dc Trust, 2 percent. Mexican,, the Indians compelled u-1 to metaL TtVeasrfo'sbev il't ud! tbefr

4 4- L ,; IwMAcb : -. --. .- : fioift the office of John F'. Picrson, I Commerce says of hrr. .''Broke, bankrupt f Bank Kentucky ,2. Harlaeml Mo. show,them to the Caballjida, vrlieo they scalped (
Eq., attorney at law on Cherry street rind hawk Ijj over picvious .sales.v Utica. ,and him and him .home.
: Cifwvgimb*. This Convention dishonored, mercantile/! morally, I seat They then tin; '& frmTdi4b xeOf $
t 4I s'mRnerausHf attehdcd merchants,an'tfj.f with such Tepidity did thpyspro-uHrint 'in tt iso, hold herself thtnow as the sourcenfl Schenectady fell off I per cent. I departed taking with them between one and draie flfthtrflilar 'ia ;
-t J W. '. I *1 V.I few minutes tho wholf! hfftrk! nrhtidair; ; 4 __ .1... -1 I AVe learn that about 8300.000'in sbecie hasbeou" I ttf Y li.t,*s4*tt I hsruai -- .*pper.- -

plat Vl-"i ofG* glaAlbunij1da; --"rV and' from Main to Magnolia* strijct were 'in ablaze. 'of Iii braz'-n I ViI'.1' lul impudence IIi which,ViIILJIS would i not cegree be received in New" Tork. ibis morning, This ia tli only account ,we have s eapifany. iihrksprl'rn7kt'M **"' Ihft* W chrnrwic pi uw 3pttiyedV --

i oTao MUJig Stales. About 200 delegates A high wind was the from Baltimore Philadelphia, coming in ? ? nS'rsJJ Wptilpr
blowing during trouble caused byibelndianj.
v> urA i / 9urpnsscd by any nnd bettered harlot They. was>uiriods )>nongli b'utlri thiS we$! '
were in attendance. Tliomas IIoxic, Esq., whole time, and too much praise 'cannot, be wjio should ilirusl.hrrsflf into( the drawing the regnlar way of irade, for the purchase of appnuV to be goner allLrimquil... we"shcrold b* mlstukpnr; io"eo pWeJ] fk

;: P 3a19&Ai $ cFck Pwsieut c. awarded |o our irnllant fremcn for, the noble room of good society.* Ml .the sound goods' and payment of obligations. The remains of sqnie petson have. lately, oderuI1j-' 'lA-i- _,.JL'-A-r.. ?*-!*Vritilwfctf '

[: jL N.J.juqckSccretarica., manner irvVjiich (hey combnlted with the banks of Philadelphia suffer,themsRlvqs be Post notes of he Ui SjJBank were iselliQg been discovered oa the rupq. froinVictorwto.isan ly be btU4thteXpo3dtdt

{ H A.ofxabHte4of{ ; 31 roembers were appoint*. fliimVs anil( : ifihall/ conqtiered them" Wo overturned by such rffrontciy or if nllt-i all in Philadelphia'yesterday* $ ,aV 11 per'month P driciQTb.e. b.ody jva3o< ,much' 1j aea1let
hyveliearcl/ro) estimate of the discount. Private bupec sold at
damage yet, that ha* lappched, iht'ycanoi dec.vnpoed lo ronder ruqognjtioa jwwible ; ? '
ed to report tbo objects of the meeting; i The | now seethe i h9 Y
Jjut' |he !foss is severe.Thlsv fire was circum4tanred lead
t U iL.A J "kg A ,If jirf*JwSF** '' ,Pry re J jt: oitli sethey leervnq ti b.uh, Connecting> to the pheri I
J fioi goht1' unq'icstionnbly! I lie work* of fncuntfiari<;sa.Vfwbrocn down in the* whirlpool. of the ..siiikimr Kr-g :. Exdiange.-W understand tHatjthe, ac:. bUeI that it it.lbft coppf\ t j nprabje W; gra t$
: )Jcaylni1 trie premises ..ritilia *** .ffk*** *.* ** > /n* ** credited hgent of Banng'dc BrouSoreL noV.Tn '
vore 1fen IcAn; I nn. l.nniinn I tmn; t> *a f K.* .1. ..Jvy'ri ..VU
Thomas$ Butler Kingof.GlyflncoGa.-j; ; niDroeni1i. ,,firnlwal discoi WAr,0.. iYiir bur T -r4 ed ,IIIULJIq I this city, has offered to ourkbank's.'lho"cYedit -lt.vUb-- -' -a-friend- -,- oajh xa fU I IM.p5TwrLJBnQn etireu oria ww -'-- -
> \ititt <;% i. i-/ i Lo1fQter I "* i *4'liy
James HanraHon of South Carotins. iin citizenH nildo.wtll' to-bo-on the1 ildrt-. has dvi duc1tnJudIcIou4advnnces ofthat house to ththijtrneeded ojoqg jp4iluoo,4f Lucia; Neither ofhwhav ,, y b q1eyqr 6
r' J'Vil > '' as a fund to drab oh.. ,
so as to
1 & *WrtJBW'& flhtefWfcfli1 'i: _flI .. -- i tit thj6M upon : ; 2rnb hhi

tfwi2filS( L"'*>i'iji'! 'iriluVi / T/U ::9 ;,' Ti .1 NkiY iizO cr. 18 tH irtiiritccrtaifl' /- ,' MirCorri pL) zx.Vrr uth piktsAon

i vg feAr IKPim( P ', ; : r i works a ye efln, Sh JI1Inf
4j IM Vpcon, ol AlfMrm. .. The tublt>: |IIrii'Blmok) Tehrj Vjtlr iTijrprtse > too nnd nid' fliitilf'b 9 1ripWUffifti't .d4 hzdotgYpPrt '***
; -> wii.A | :* Iegqn1. japijjly,, .on,top large-.a4 lePiHJ.T i pet "th *t #qifalitKtfW?afcrT ?
WifJam Wya orffi-ondV ; ihat Messrs.l Rulz'nnd Mq tz'bf I Ilhiid the' lW te. $?.u ,.. P w l T r> v alI samfeef fe toy H ggl?
tth !
d thaVthflbi fthM sk. fln1Pth'cidiit
tt. |'leellVp of Jones co., CTa. l of Cuba who 'werif' rijowered d "
,, "o.v jjyjtnlE edt. This.matH.e.l T4'W
PR VlVlf Pff 1crM4 c ; ,/ )-"L-'J r airi'jb adi ) rniblj hei Jfi
II I 61 J7-t; 'T6ittr) fefiteftWrf'&?<&, "s 3' tir'slavi'oribrpard A .,,f at..bqen cein qyputlglytted; wjth ; it i1l ,wasjq.reopen hi Titri jwito.kK f> iVwW'fityKf' !

"tibM'Wob} kMi-te* & ;;Gawa |; aqjrfrVW( wndrn thf ifere felieu'itjiljby a all.'softs,of, nncarj. sfccuritics}ntbose fun remain is a stand ia 3 11' -' :r ThQ atyP4t'p. .. *!* **&Y l -iil
Yfj ficollI
'flrf'HlljSSK W1 1 |i4 'U. S 'ship'of'w&r;, ;afiHr ehduririaf ihje 'most limited siiuef ,wlljiever| ccaie,: ..Lo us 'illnotbeaaih'QriiVd *) eeitQrjndJsputyjttoeqta; ? }| iofthfl| ..cugiflpixousf ,
411 J GWork1i.w !*. ?I iJt horrdJortgrjrri4nHfl'? ) | nuff-Kng Tf car'ceraironlrr'ihe'cbntJnon'JA'i ,.witioul.sohie.| .rgadjoilte.ThucUnie4t1iei jiifft'rehorfcd' m the>| Jq.jhnf port.jfr ,bf iwgjflefaultex an I
.k."!:** i *n { State? lliiftK has' beon suifAInl-cig its
Iri'triJ 'citv'.. % ; ownfiibc'k'irTour"markcI.
_ r.m;A.'B! F mWALVin r wVln tt/f'S7n'c'f, ''ihMili wWJefterdiy $ .no ThwJ bf tovirse'ad9s: gucest41k'I adu.rJnI 44qd I .

m**? 5Coi >< ;r 4 bnfi qtb b1f.thffrre/ied1n! < 'tiviriuU'arprfic; t'te l t/ *ftengfhp'b( !flsatu jih'ciplo'
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-Ioit.,, u_ Aot.nm IWtfUM9Ot.WI4&. ..* '- t.i1i Arelw HIM Elizabeth Moor.WT4 U ., .aIdw-_ 43l 'lqtJh '..1Hjta'14tt" :
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preJell 1 1B38 waa nid aTgt1O Walts .- .11' !1 *
PI cede Jtxfemgspecimens 'pre i. ItLtraa dated by 1 MOjan F =
reaty at'
been U. 1"-1 .
hl the banks of thooty rk ;" ,( ,4"" *S ,
we bare ". .and the i NeFjYork viA ref. Byrd Cspk4 H'u"I ,J.pwet/l'boe.( 4C"-lfliuaet. Pie_', p&reM1ht ST p1PTt

fraIIh of b owho experiment. ena-. creoce to the peculiar interest*tf thaAity ; Bntton8r M n 4 ,leGillftis Joba Jr \ etc. Iq r.w .. ? -

,_tem nts. Ftied'tfnTm a ...ctO. )?n. we ftre I Il 1 and without- deigning' to/consult;irjth the I Q. I4Lq Martha Millar tihIe.end'' ryp. JI" .pd 'thsspceetemomenta .. ;,1 !1'Pt1 _. ______ .i.
_dl.s yerf 11 nlubIe banks of the South rnand Western'Stater.- BsG.org ('. 'i, ,VLuaHOurP fn' .-111 be" 111.1' Ulittj"r,, r .t 7 jegjr,lwt ,..

ttcl.j'nrrdJU'to te weat Soat ,. and: it the action'of:thebafikrtfett,' the result 33tth Wm AIcP i.II"" l.m. .abbL 'd_ wrg.-a.-, ) ., at, I't_ ,7 r.a 51" 0! j .4iFr ,-

:acqaisitioa thai it 6nlf'needl to be k own knowledge of the mtiJN&tioa3f, 2 country* i" 1 1f n.I _JAJ.bj. Tbe BAil:" t.r\ri b the t..c.e.t wo erk.' ;'? l;

arC fI".tIUaded sought afiervOne I consultation and union.. _tl. / : Brooatorr .1 1 .i MLeoit'Nsxtti% 1[. ,dr WINES LIQUORS 4y BG, RS."& w. t"-\I. .

to be ei'Y with its culture willmale Let convention of banks bo held's/eorno BIa ttedgMI.g1J' en( MLeryD 6. | t.say '&'o #friend*. call ar'iiYe'ur .
,Tact connected r Barter Samuel l J ':?'MiUpt'Jplsa JIlt. -1 '0et.16'f. z. WILVAM1&1LOyD.S. & **
convenient '
valuable.loathe, planters of place/at'an'PM'1-.r idate, to decideupontb .-- i-t-s-i >1LROBERTzW4WHjTE: 3H&W frteswsBswfcifi
it peculiarly 'rt1 ii6'tl.Jb Billing ; EliasJrurretl 'Odsnjlimer Wm r ;
and the Cherokee country nndTer i pursxfc&V5 I Staiuel L OtvirG.orgc ; )1 .u', i? iEBftflffl
this The -t ;p 1: tt '_. ..1 .
Jj.ee.! m the same latitude It will menibereof such convention. will car. ,Carr Win A. One t Mary.Ann, AUonte't"Pt or i *Hf*: / a > l t"S:gi .- <.01

Lure in three or four week less tune than' ry with tb nj jCjorr t fnrjnAiion'-of the a. Cri'gWmP' 4, It FFarkerRob.rtConradisinusE at'Lru1i'r4 rjJJ t L.wEfi1fI: 1fnP51:411TIEI&t
: .' 'h" "'UW.hN ,
,. : ft,7tP -
mount indebtedness aDd : Par.Jebh .ni : ; szF 131
thus removing one of the i reeoures, f ere- .. .ud .
ordinarr cotton Culeman Edward.D FiUalnaJbn '* JL- .pRa\pU ad. ..1'a fl-h, C .nT4nsf ,4Loc23UG. fw&rntisw.-a J
-tatob'tselM to the culture of thisc articleiTtbisp I ry portion of the country: which: with near CtfDOCr ruesCarmack Parry fvey Joseph ItP athatoCth.Fdiaa..jne ,. f tJ.- .1 rtiaiiJJrg b (, .

oftbcstatWeboudbe I approximation to certainty, will indicate the S&lDei W .weUEdwinF.Z ,*' kaerscs-W ilMaaP. DL1absiu,1.:" ,, 4f-diaefg sod 'wilt liar e-oifk;

rt tbe expcri-', time, when a ge eral resumption; will be in ColemanM A;At Prtntis Kiefaard 1. WI Br efc iUrbojf),;Ap.l.drielt. -' dei.pateb. For freight cwcpte 1't ,rEslft&
) seq _
Chas. H. _
Dupo.4,QQ ,
accordance Groom Bryan Putnam O DC1..FI : ;
with.th :and ,
ability; Interests of
ment thoroughly toted on n more rxtenniveuh i the whole > CoI.niaMrs: Nancy Parson JFenmngton; Oct. gg, S39-tf \ > -. V I -_-_ ssj yaZ''r

U a* h. beret fc re4 een practicable' country *t Groom Mr. Eiao! Henry :Oci .w-3fl'ats ot___ .
nf aced with which ;.e can fur. The convention ought_to, and caD* prescribe Cannon Will' 'Quail zJatnt.eJ h Strayed, 4 4 I 4sSSLTV -zs*
want nUBUtwM of -J s pw'He*stfawfcr.fc"l *-
the Mr.
fur R. F."bcr. :
rules for FRO\ l'ractloosl1'w _____
the of the DewallDanreT W H L' '
ifub th"e desirous to make the. trial.Frnn i government banks Georro' Rojf 3 ( y fte.; t bne !p.nwh' Mars ,Mule, "a.

the Southern Silk Jowrnal.Abcivdo during the suspension ;' which will, preventan L A Rmgio'RobinwnRiehsbn"Jobn tight buy a Spanih'bru' mi the led hind quar _- .pcred copper fastened*.' tfUff fc*

Multi-billed Cotiois.-We: improper expansion of bank 'circulation.And DeLorme! C Rebrrcca HEckle. ter.ttar on the forcbcid. The Mid Male is rone er. 9.u +*
DemitjJt Ryan
cr by arrangements for receiving ei both. bout three months. Any ptrton .bringing err rcd- '__ : jepTjo Fractional
of this new perirs of J G 'Rodll'n Cbarl cs i inc
\\fC1eeft a' pecimen era the banks 7 jBfjfaid.J4p1f M esM.daomef rri J WJFractionat
paper greatly mitigate if Floyd Robert Rcmmbiktost John
the"hand nf Dr. Cooper may rewarding. 41'
n T
U wns > Oil
cotton. not remedy the evil inflicted'oil: the Fisher Win Ko>>erU Michael ABRAHAMTaMahauee 19 !s iz ,irorChariezt -
country, DANI&tS. -
from Harr'u Bounty and may well Jlnlk be con< iderrfi -. by the derangement- outs'i inland t exchanges.. ray F B Keynolds) william Oct., 26, 1839. : uaetanfl b ij J.r 1 *. 1 -
wonder. The MWLaadbriU
was about Fisher 4odesJthn
vegetable The attainment of the U .'r'\6rttiJ T .
objects jnenlioned p..Vl JMt
short limbs FisherJacobFteeloye Roniney Benj W* Superior ,. .
14 inches long hiving pro. in the Carp UDIr. ? Miagbed II" .
proceeding pararpb.-wiUIfrom t' n p.*.fraujerfzegllta. atisi .,
Rsin'JohB; 5 PIECES ii.l
George Scotch ::
distance of from two lo four in- lojraia. m" ..1 hII '
jcciing ftt. which suspension, nearly all that rerM eTVthe'"rnea8.ure Fenoby John '. Robinson'AczinderFutkrBuekty 4 do 'Vcnitian Star do -. I. rpr.ff.I.Ii" ,r Qt.I "" I. ( ., .

did apart on the Xtremitles of were And any remaining objections B Randolph i>f .1 H 'tI o\lJ! and Silkftuj: 0' -ilo-...T.k: -' -sat. -. DLfiJII
five bolh of matured cotton of a'' I Fairb nk Otis'French Raglsnd'H C 5' .f Oct 19 '.. _r_*it :R.&sUr.r .
to piece rowels iriUi
from one will be Carpeting, .
fully compensated by the relief a gnat ----------. "" ioi ;
Th experienced; cot T J Richard Fortune rietj ofCarpct'Dinding. .. "r .
'erwtnple. which the whole will PbW1E-W 1JI !
country experience.It I Fin Samuel P RtidtAnn B < *2S j ..' i '
the DOWLINC & j. w.
pronounced tl> mot RUTGER3. : "' .,
present tJi' rfi'i .t. :
I.-MI phntors had witnessed. is therefore hoped, and expected, that FelSel! Jacob Steven. Rev J '. J. r 'fj .J '. _t .' .I.j #IIWfitIIIIrJ JU0f rorvt,ando
remarkable product they ever the banks of the principle commercial cities, Felkl W JL, : *. I SntD an rOenr1 2 SHERIFF'S SALE: ,, ,ba1flg mit.p1hercaegoppd.Will. ,'
The t.ilk' ccmfuned on tlie above short spare will take immediate measures for the, assem. GerVms R S. SIaran Henrj, ,21i1aTTiJoh BTTlrtuo of two, writ of Fiera! Pacta'iaraed .sail.for th. above ,(:'!!\ 2th aQl:_.J'r,__ .srPorsale\'.' by ry.

onlj I4bnll .and wasstaied not to bo a fair i I of bank :'cDttM'(! I ) I tbe Superior Court :of the/.JJiddle .. instant. ;jFor "bajajn-ee .ojf,,r ,. 'j'jt' .Gf 17&t _. DO .:.
of the growth of llie AlvaraJo cot.ton. ;. Wing a HutcrN'Pt* ndcrsWIIG District Florida! [fit the oari1i.r'Leoiiiand; tome push|e a1ptyto. Captain. .' I or t.v..,.. :. ... .- ." '
specimen A CO I TON PLANTER. -..; IIBbh. Elipii. ltt; tS directed in which Afaitland :Kennedy &Co.. ',1 WMtTBT. t' t'm 'Fmti.
In confirmation of this, we perceive in Haoier CbarleeHarJcy Hon Mary Diannabtephons and Williain'Manor for the -uie'or "William C. :'Siint 1.\s.'lodi'Od.1 9; n,' !;',!,."' 3t .oJ ,, _. fw; "
a. anEmstas5th1tt r. .
the Macon (Ga; .) Tt-Iegrnpb. that Nr. MARRRIt-D. J F C Wm U Tvybr & Co. are plaintiff1!, and jfomocl II.Du. .1 .' -- K: r1it..bDae tll.

Stephen S. W right, of Knoxville, Crawford Married in Gadsden on the 31st Oct. by Hawkins Chr!,sHamner Sander Joslina vat 1 1 is defendant. 1 hare. levied upon and abut .FOB- ftw stalks from I W H Sbeir Augustus A sell at public auction for cu.h.t. the hjgbcrt bidder 4. 1t'jC A Ei. : '
count), of this state, hns a the Rev. Mr. Rice Mr. JAMES L. SWEET, .. .f.\.1..CJr- !- -
ol.tained of Dr. Coopt-r of Harris! Hurnry Catharine Stroman Jacob within legaf hours and In front of UM CtartHoosfl tar; .wil| bia4'diiedeaia&ch as tlJ..eA9_ ._ _
seed Merchant of Cuthbcrt Geo. to Miss TEMrERixcE I '
Hall John Tonikus John 3 door in Tathhaisee. Monday the:15th two-third*ofJi r.c rgo,If,Bowready>>- _- 1I ...- -
Tbcyarr about six feet high h, on f1n. 95, on 1 daughter of Col. D. L. Kenan, of Holme A F Thompson Noah I day or TS'orember next-one. lot or parcel of land, ., -Ynfrrt or P"&.r PjJ>.to B,|k ---ULU; i") the cit ofW

the .'th.r 110 gooJ bull, besides forms that I Gadsden Co., Fla. Harrison Wilson Thomas Mark S lying and being in the county ofL on, known'and BrryTaah.sceo-r} to _. .. :. .' 1 \ 'Df'3"at ridrSti'ti.tAfrbas

wnulJ.. not mature were not counted. One I __ I lor I Mill M Thompson H E dt-t:nitcd ai the North-west quarter of section -r. t : HQt W1LER.. mvrqe4 rse4eror .rftlTiaf freW._ wapTf ofCIotlBvJCmte44w
contain; ; 27 matured bolls,on a single 'foot." DIED, Johnson Capt J B 2 Tuls-tt James R ilz. Township one. Range one Easl:also! 'a Ne- .St. .i- ,h"ott- 'I ': 1'2..Jr. .T .1 aC Teatmg*;'of the'n wet
Johnson G C S Vanu ierZP4 pro man named E neur. (otherwise,called Ebb) and the Cabric, whidt. bSedm to
: style
called! okra or licin cotton on DiC'l rn tlir 14th ult. at Inn r '*i Jcnce in JefiTeron : ,
litiliy some Johnson \VmVit.on WmWatson levied upon as the property of said defendant and NOTICE. 4 JI JIALL th .41i4. & L 1". fttplWAa.ap..a-UI;
FJa. fir biliou fever the JZ v Chin.McC'c'l .I
account of it* resemblance to ihe okra plant! county. C4 of BnweflDb.trici Jones Absalom George will be sold to satisfy. said writs according to law. Persons are hereby furwarnedrrobwL newest fasbloo. .J tifWwt) kear and fastidious

and alsoon nccoutit; of i it j pHIlucti\"f'n"s. ; i SChut n. grd for'earJl.the la$a 33year.native an upright Jutife Jobs Wborton George A A FISHER,Sher.ff.; for a'certain-fi.4 of hand, drawn by Miehael .: ,lh. .U enaa4oye4 IU&'21Sjrrin> 9booadltiJe4

but it is n med Atvarnd" on cccount of it. ellizp.1I of Fl, nda. Kczcr John \V j ipgtns MicbaelWallaTboaiiaC By Jame Barry;O, B 1f. Wigr'ms, fkmr,'Alfert_Fairelotfr'fortrOQO lqj1PeMitnl tib < Ccati B ". :ClOfingM
Kelly George A Tallahaiaee Oct.25 1839' .15.. 4t-. --. ,v dstrd 5th ofJavq l JS odwyableUst Jan. 1040.; (.' tt' 4kJ 4 6V'1
discovrird the Alfimto :'j
luring been originally on Died, in this city on the 30th instant. Mr. Kennedy David White Thomas SepO83 .StHV LLEN B WALKER. 7.Qct.Oth,1 r &

river, in MexiC". The bo U are abwt AMES BRAJicn, in the 27th year of his age. King LlizibclhLaTinder Weekly"l'tumu Negroes aC'a: UG":" -, : ''c I. ----r 1.y.,. -

the tame size of in<-,e of th<> ordinary Mr. Branch the son of Gov. Branch, after an Littleton C Whitaker Mary '" yy 7ILLbe,lh Hid.Ninth to lhahlf of aLbicfcfcroi'Stlllf.. : .- -:-I: 81 I d.. J <1 .. )11't., r;." 'f* ,t", -r. -,,"' .
day day November next 3amLoitermaR, "
f. .
Lucas Woodward JoualhaaWbilakeriticliard ; j ap- 'trESIoi..a iU1k.1.
Bright NellyLeonard bl -
eo'ton and perhaps rontauis a gieafr absence of some months had just'returned to Three
likely Negro Men acclimated and t .
pnt4 my 'Qf.aJ-u., tar.
R young -
Thomas rw ti'ni _'
of seed ; nerei theirs. Dr. Cooper assure* his home and friends i in this Territory. A Levy RnbcrL.Wakc1.MaUbew. T OH a liberal I credit.,- IT R. J. HACKLEY. Inl. my abzincs: twth.Tenly4' r.V--_,'' ". :",04"1..p... .' : "Ir It-r_

Bithnthi!*<*op'i 'ilpFu!
Ibi serd ettlt.n to the acre the present year, iither-in.law, Mr. T. R. Betton in this place, YenAluander NewGoods t Ta1lab'i, ::;i I83J114&I "',.. -" ",- r. -=; /JE8TKAY.II tIIa.1IJ

of his has for :of the above letters will 11 Glsstow Jean -I
notwithstandingonethird crop he became indisposed,and immediately after Peronicalling any case W. .f $ 1orre1

Veen drs'myd' h y the Brought. He 1)a3 inrM'soIa iis arn\'ntwns confined to & bed of sickness, jileaie say aderlied. LO.SF-mCY.P. M.I'URNlTUR.Th 6 do IcGreger do. ';'t'eI.LL-bes64: 'it the.CcnintT'Siie :i of'Hanjl- '. ._ ._._ 'ru.1'fn.wrm. ...-
The abo"e'a new articlsnJ.ep.riorto! "' :'fi..t" '
a 1'1ton Co. 00 the .TinrifayTrf"fIoren>,
from gentltmmofAfabami y
crrtiricate n
from :which he was destined never to recover. subscriber hn just rtcei- offered heretofore.' Also 3 bales ; !property:pyebVes
each blue: .
plaid her mt, witnfn the ra cri.'ony .
this and take her ,..
stating that bin snull rop of his fond His of fashionable (urD lure air ,7JllD.
In the absence parents suffer. : andi'edLin.ey, '
i : acre of land?more*('tew Wiiigtts) flj-W.'Clri of ". 1. .c."t1 9-I.J:6
has produced the rate of 4,000 Ibs. to soothed devoted love of wood. ware'tic."consisting chiefly i of 15 balM PatersVife Cotton Onabari for sale '
bylhe other 58 lu'Toiiasd
year jog : I ; the N. W.,,dr. r.seetloo. .. ....,
side boards : :
1[ _. o.t 'O
Mahogany !
S '
I "the acre. relatives. by COWLING &. RUTGERS- levied on asHhs-' opert/ef AmdvlL I.
.. Range 12. p I\vr.., __ _
I .1 .j. Jo.o.
.1 Bureau. Sofas Card Tables.Secretaries .. ,..... .
, L a _._.______- -- Providence I a sea.._S. '' 4A SW trFAJfCF St 1"I J a.,10 satisfy sundry ezwotions in faVor ot JIIiIIII-i' TQ'" ---'- .Z5. V7'1'r
By a mysterious he has been Chairs leaf a I
flocking tables, J,M-M4 .uS: itbvp Inber1feaW
heirs of Edward,M-
I JOBS SMITH.-The New York Star s. 's.I cut off in early manhood with prospects pi along .Portable. ink% work tables' : GOODS-Landing from' Mary 1 James.S.' Bell made and the, O Jane;189.Tenn. .- IttgHacollceted -no prtiealsr.wrs re-

I 'John: Smith is M last found not to' be one, life and such ,happiness'and success as Grecian wash .tand$. .. -' Levy rnr.do known by nie.tJie of wtlf. ijry both "Ji J .i tbN wilt
Chairs of all descriptions, desk stools Col'd foolt de Soie Silk. on day ;, be isr ifew
'Pills. The high paid aftrB tioirwnereaboTOIUwird
I orlhe! fur Btthdreth had and deHTrrjrTjr
few have U anticipate BAaSETT.CoaaXL.
ever reason
agrau ., > black do d Aug 24 fAVp.; -
\Vi how wagons, mats,painted lobs. Bl > i they "J'I ? 3JPI&O4Pt
-St. Itnaii RepuMicnn deni R If *n<1 -,nay still fewer have equally merited ''the enjoy Wash boards, measure of all sizes, Reps Indian.. i >''.'Ij'. i rJ'fiPr

"he i. II wone-mason in Missq ri.'* The: ment. By.thia melancholy event, have been Brooms, etc. etc. etc Ltg'dPwottdaSow'- .Av THOMPSON' & T.D.IU.ONER* I'$1.\W1t.a.,1 V,-,. .f
TTheeling Tinier announces his death at'122, blasted the fondest hopes of numerous rela. AH of'which be offers low for cith only. bankable d,s .; "*, ATTORNEYS-- -: ,AND COTJN8ELEORS- r-' 'ett'f.s
IVov2 3t GEORGE W GRANT Lt and Mack ,' do' LAW', ',j (;F EauNDaEDo.EyA.
Pitt New York 97. Tli New
I! agnd : lives, who have Buffered an irreparable loss Gro.de Rhine. T 1l41uWit, Fl0ri4a., 'itf' tb\1ij
I will beatennt
Turk Tattler si)'* it H II'mistake-for he to whom be bad been singularly endeared by 1'aJ[ O'nCE.-Ali persons indebted to the 'late Groe O'dier. -' -practice m.th e" .u riC.o..Q, t r lie ." of THOMAS apa4a4toufte P.-

Iii.; Jt hn lit the Pmt oRiro the next morn- his warm affection,and their hearts arc wrung l' of William Gatsoway deed late cf Leon county Lead and black. WILL ,'and Afalacbicola Districts(_,Florida .TUTENl.t.t" ctne-prf-on'JajU* Sta c of

in*. The Ohio Stnte Bulletin says be died with the kneenest anguish. Their grief will are requested to make immodiate payment** and Spotted wash btoade.' I : and an'the"Cpurt'cf \rp I4., .J j 8>lh Carolina ir One Handred-aai FlrtjLt Uarortti.1fI

aiN OrleniK on the 2d inst. of y. llow fe- Le participated by the wide circle of devoted lb.. having de.Dinds will present them duf.1 at- : Fillets.Fillet : Business- trusted. to their. .ccr- %'vrUl meet 'withpr.briptiUentOn. .eyt : i. or Gnr.opiUe.in.tbe -
tested for settlement to T. itEVNOLDS, Quilting. : 6m-O ,i2 '.w'e.ftO..manti $
rer. The PJuIjilelphia Ledger says he ar friends his and disinterested disposition ft or 2 Admr. ... I '.. 7.c.Y. r .!.p.i. .
generous White'and bl.ck blonde1
.dying.," raitt Couans*>r3hip3Xtexitig Iad..n-1"Ja..B tMJ.Y rn is ri1af! f u,
med: PhiUdrlphia a week afterwards from had wou. In him our society has lost Printed C n'. f JL .& Lloy Ir ill UIO 'r'lalnlt EnbaJl w. sfiut''trail;..Safe.face., 4"jf'.f.Tt' '.l tcf&iit; ,
ibe White SuljUitir Spriugn in excellent endued OTICED-Six weks afier daf. I shall apply Twilled do tile 22d of i. low of '' .. IiIt1 iJJ sjktag.
one of its brightest ornaments one N di*'olred on this month. All debt. doe spceeb. ,, ii' ...
lira uC the or Jcffi-r- .. = '
htl'.th. The IIarribur Reystono says with social virtue, who fulfilled lo Judge county court Fillet shawl. coI'd. : tire concern.since the Rib rf}rti. wilt sctlld ..n.- ut. UJe UuuettJrM
every every for letters administration the
5fh county on estate Crape leise Veil*. by the UjUr &flitM..GPthiitck' )ViUIJrv,fOflNrlj fa le toft M6 homaspu lI.loo'taJUt..1'ldtel
they all for John i U the
arc publisher relation of life with and .
wrong propriety Samuel Gillam lal of said deed.
exemplary of county
English silk Lose plain ingrain, and ijht: wh6bvh> ,s1aed. ,theioseh4stogiter. Ws..pZ&L4* J.i&-ia't' II..IehH.
of ta' nti-mannic paper in Union co. (Pa.) whose Stirling integrity and spotless honor, Noy 2_THOM KOS3. i knmted. '$' fS" They ren' est atdosc tradcbtr f.t9 cora. outiJ tJ. Ji1i. j4rsteallng.

The.\m..riclln Manufiictnrpr pronounces' it I claimed aud procured for him the tribute of i IS OTIC E., Long filet Gloves.. '* forward. I Iminqdiatefy .n 'cloSt''ifitil -oof.l. tyCaah. arId 'w..jrlea AQi the 6th

ashijtr! ( aitd says he now lives at Pitlt;bnrg.B universal admiration and respect. lie needsno S.4UKUEHS and Wife, and Samuel I I BUck Mitt"tssqrted ,.. J. fi. LLOYD." Octoberrappo i itant, 'l & .Jle 's
I JOHN / French Kid 010\0. ang30'l839' tf .J,);Jrrtt ls. ed to hava riddra cff44vMy or brown
not an anti-JUaNn. and nevei was. The panegyric to perpetuate the memory of bis have this diy lied in the Superior Court I Iaf ": .
Liitg do i do '.. bone of the ordinarr ", tJ'i tm, a4 bind
Gmmrcial Herald J.-clireK there is i-o virtues, which will Jive in the hearts of his I JoSerxon county their petition praying an order' Mii*.s d- do U.and dk. ar LOST somslKnc'sMice.-a black hether Tin lee. 5 tM tl u.-

truth any of the above itimementJt, since relatives, friends and acquaintances while oftsii! court lonellthe estate ,of Jeremiah Bentlr.' I tI English I Sewd Glo... ill, V"; i supposed to harb *n/orwtrdVotbj .. Oct 19-tm SZiqtj1JoPtai a.4. .

Juhll! is on inda.-tiion shoemaker in the vi- I I late n f sti l couoly. deceased, for the purpose of rt-, Lined Kid Glore.a new article. V. a wagon from Mnntielo! tTluhaw'rv' V ny 1- -
continue exist. -
C3lifly of_ Alton..( The South Alabamian they to I! tectinp- .'dbis'.oft of.aatd'cstale amonffrl the jivits.& /-Jr.&L-._'_. .Cl,..V..,f_ll_.rm. -I.filiirla_.- V f.nnm-kf-iSlC.-J--'-r n _- u'wpit .h.nav; have the above rn nt'cned Trunk' :ISADDLERTTHEomJermjj& )). jjtE.
I McCANTS.Sept lh.' in their pussomion, will vrnr muchcMrgo th ,obiriber.by -
or latest
*yi be died of lau hter u fv day. since- It is seldom that a task is assigned us so 8, :. 4w fur Petitioners. Moslm.pattens.Plain < returning it,as-keootsiaa'atbtbibg that 8U1 jbaiqcjtei4otha.tJt
Swiss .
lId J others my he died of apontaneops comba'tioo painful as that of announcing the death of the Mull la 8wise do. an be of va.lue.to tbein. 7 f 1". *as rontncnced the'. su.iJJZ. M7)..

; while me are very certain thil we Rev.[ JOSEPH. H. SACSDEBS, paster of the DR. A. TV. COLEiriAN practices lledi- Patent rUeck Muslin Oct ., 1839. :1 1\;..8CO'tt'GlnO .the' bciidmg imlD 4i,1J _bCtlot.. ..

M'J&jiiyesterdHyin the streets of Nah- Episcopal' Church of this place. Mr. S. had .. Hi' residence u between tb. Capitoland Jaconet Edgings and Inserting' nEnr ( n". !I-. ,. :store, on Monr'e ,t b 1 ..

'tllp. Immortal John resided here several years-long enongh to Rail Road Depot. Victoria skirts, Love veils and Scarf _" ,- \0' fOdII5 tkete all order* 4Waak .QfJl 1
nnd Immaculate PROC1.AMATIBy :
Oct. 18th 1839 O.Xa
5-4,Vril Crap ? new and ,(. C .l
SIJiitI.-tholl! illustrate and exemplify in his own life, and mJ ;
-ho pussesfCft the power oltyifl rish 01t..LonJLh-ne., Diapers bird, JUcbardKxC&l Governor of the Working Hamesa.t m'al o._ ."

biqnt IUlcb an einttaiit degree. where, to begin to impress on others, the doctrinesand 100 bb1. prime- vGrQCCEtfiaV.rVrk' ; 1. *v.JJO. 5|V! eye and Tabling.' > 'Tt'rTtf"ront'Df'PlorU: ,._ Cushion Seats audl LaLbswkccceez3t : -
wthc name of all thin-* marvellous, art the truths whose messenger be was. 50 btJs do. Damask Table cloths. t UERKA8. ii has b. lame, ., OF J&Jt: rJ.-Tlt 1Caps .

thou! A That meekness and humbleness ofbeart wbicl JO Midi cargo Baltimore Bacon aides ) Piano eerers all colors. VV, that HUNTEU*N ?fr. bd'onptlJio the --J'. INJ'O

mark the true Christian, were in htm strik.! 5 do do 8''jdejIer| ; lIuperlor .,1t,4i.UnIziabrieb4k.fl 7: : .h F..ntil of KK 41 ansb. dereaordchargedthe tPcreff.' -::..'.tWgY ." \
_.. thflJ: blended with scholarship and 50 bblft'no"anrtrtrnt"'rtor' ,FiannrU,.Welch, final gam, &'. / murder'at oheforomiUed fleirihgitlsdghl lI'h been i.mcfftdsoeiy -.I I"\fO.IJh ,,.
COl1erenct8.-The of ingly profound .'5baiciRosLhfl A. teal Loaf Sajir M r S> i Frepck needle work caUars and cape*.. in !.Connty oC Fasnx n m'1fJritn1 b ttP fW' ith... Jrre5
world T He lived pa
the of the flower
several I accurate knowledge French and wioeriean.artificial ,
annual conferences of the Met)'- j 3 do Havuia8ugar' aforesaid, beibakeJaUs.adekIseap4. otlMAlt.1I hlft 'IJII""cll-
odist Episcopal Church have been completed. for others-not for himself ', 1 2 do; crushed Lump Qiintal cards. alL olors f ttelvet ribbwn..!b I. Now ;Tkcrefore,,.'tn ,panmAbe.nlljnl 4tQ q,1bE.tt1aPltI. ..e f. ;. .'
The wretched thin lo rla*," ,A food .rtmeoVof perfiwae/y te.for sale .Ser, Reward of.Two,HsaA eat Dollar '_.:.UJ1utr., C.u&N.
increase is "'More bent to raise the 10' do atsnrled 8Traps ; hereby ax .u 1'1 .
aggregate of the . __ _, _
past Ocl.56t KUTGKRS. -
year DOWLINO jfc "
( for annrehenxioii_ __ __._ delivrrr. 11ut" -- -
the ..and atTB ._ _
about doing d each.Sarwparitl and Lemon L o *tlJ 4'- '
4l,2Ofor the two lutyenraabotit :, OO. His whole life was spent in "going 6 bblsi'ipei t Wine Vinegar I
onT 5 T ..9J\" '
He died urdoymorning cQ_
good. ; .*.. 25 keg akimore'LeafLar.d ,7' -, "r-- ta T Becord .riaU1 Ido hereby enjoiaflfl1iutsii*

.A t** cling to be proud o/ 1Dc'Adro&be last at 2 o'clock, of brain fevu.1.Jid his funeral '4 KaTr>prpW -
Missouri Argus boa Ms'"that the was attended.by large concourse of our Co.id. '.-, T ., rs i.u ffrWa k., ? ,1 ofMft..aLfC1. '

lnkstnd from which ho write* Witorials !is citizens.Pcntacoln Gat.J ." ,..- -,r".-.- 1 !JhaffpipriiChamp; malt Brand, '. .I .. t. Ma"'Q08. II"... t',1t '8 blsek'ia klIitetabent twhsiehMt'fhiii1Ii"uibI! ll. ..
the I punchfon pnre'Iruli Wuialey- > ,]EgUndQiMesO$ wry
lime from ,SpeiYrpcb j j'ld
which C I.'BeniwrOte bid \. b1.,' -'id' iJhII! iiclal '11 'f\
S Hq).rd.qiej rr IDu.I"IC.mbrica do .
GOJTMAJf HALUby pipes : 1 check
t. h I : ?
.: t gl .'L Pqs""ll"I lute 8nlT) Ji frnrrt tfie noith, a'!large a i'qrtmest ,Ml35fcacta: Cbam,p-. Jftqtlatt.'J.etJ.It J.teo"el,51 nU an4ool Ma4in-qT tolerably_likel"t'el1ra .
., .. Groceries"'.nd Htrdirarc ,KtI, &" &U.lLteMe el' .JJHli Sik Cf&nI.aU7 WJVira1l irile. qfttr.tr. o. .
Goodv ,
b. 1, f Dry I aval I
ri 1 f .a ** 01 iven,nnder. nfr hamL' an< ,Jit
JWYUJLIC a man cheat thee once of : t superior : Ho/;WW SI lMfyfyttf 4OCII. i. '
sh* ;"liliJi# ; I L.daeU Chef 1"j j1ittme eonsiiling Blur black! brown. green tnixt v and' t drab broadrlbllis. 1 _' ,(quj,*jca.icsoWMadeIrWie'of Gold .nd Pal. I ,< ;ron-also a'I' 't'r\tf'u\ attic! ,.'t4-of%UnA.:.'" .n the City.or Ti.J1ahilee' 1:1J,;1k4Jtober.3833. ., Plfl' bI the eitiIeaa 41M
,' V2rd( do'eaeh., Sherry **- t pic. \, would b i.-D> aagsm jAeagyy.J :
... -. .. jr ( ./"vraHttre f '3 Oct. 1lIUJ jtt HIIW pfeaa > faf i.c
fitfiive Thin and fancy rtbliro eajiirwrn- all colors, Stiff and sparkling Hock winev '" .lClar. 'J. ..-'., ". 'i'D WL'i\tt1--c. .. ."It..ff1Goi I . LL Ftopdfr 'it- t J **fi__ JeJT_ f PatartSttr. _. .*..

V thee trot*.hini' not,fJ''n. Blue black mixt and cord sattinctte. ." do. ".=..,.l., ) .". 'fl -. .u _* s-i. ;- ..;I1.. a -.
PC itt :!," -,, iu be .T K- Cf.itin"bfittH."J' LUclt"_kS' "
fcwayroift. ", \. I bcae.roker.ya. r.1. : "h -I ;J.ThOJ44i,"P.-CIII\'J 's :t." ", '', .. J'I
KJftV1 d 1ittNW. 'P.e
,, '' 3 bales piaw and plaid linsoy .' .. -. ChataLst f. ,_I_ ._._._,_...5'I.. 10' "***fc*' '.do*e* O-l"--to-' rnt ';.11 '!'twLj"% jr AT .(.it. 1I
Id" Welsh dintet spd rant...flar ..l.. '" \"urOlal. in-.r 5 'do1' 'colored "it_" f,? ; (,& jr"D.,1." )r' .r"- ,

r! ,JiUJ mOra *- Dgtb, in"jour.tea; and ,1-4'.I-4 and S 3.4bIsaded-aad 'browti do-, Dana'Maynard superior andNn7e'Pbpiriir Alcrt'ardI ; & 5do ;eh+ WJ411iWMofb Pdmp o finhkedvaoiIr tfI r. "1 h'" ,41OSkgies.I4Uew..J$r t.'pUI ."' *. .IIGI. t,

jStIe*>nwch in' -the lady .,,4mcl1lCto.U. '- .*4i : 1t'?Bf 5a'i'S' ) p: QU. ..aM.'attF f! ;
batr as W, .
yoor baskets OI* do 'Kid Vraikhig <>e :
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hader jtiirH1 an4,V at'\ia" cerpetinr- ; / .. .,:I.H1Y "on. H 't ,
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'I to her landlad. *rj. 'goperiAr 4 .l-, .od. 9 fur dJ do. te I5bgIIgtett7VPOfee and do ifte Frnel Kid CMWreMTi'Slfce Shlp1t8 ? ot.n.) I i .Rtf'rrec low f.reaahnnly. Tft
eWdyrtVoeB Imperial Gonpow. lobo-.ucJ
-- E(rl b!andSi .'fl. I"x'.'"a";&;' : :: rod .
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laJi: knocking, as t t 'nlSJ We'1'fo.-Ce.idlC. Soap -' "f. .&. ...L.tw..pi .
laid Yea .t uk.edhe"rox 1d Ictvnets.! .le. : .( .c" : .f .'. f! Ir Ki rpet ied deIur I ,. Lc4.Ob ta l3md rt
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'- t W. P.DIIYAL u4 the BeeonW ".ky y,-. CavUiupesL 1I A .l t.d -

.. Ma..- SICHA&tD CALLEHbas. aeea ditsoived brtbeeat. Foa'SALEat'Oe. .,J. '33 ly p? ta.4..Pa... "J .

,0.c" .aadcc.tknvDaUed States,oftke latter tlTBLB lIew e.k--. k A.aA''rrn:- r J iiidat for.a .- .

Lea r 'foe J".n' f h' aL. see.-et aile .fr Florida. ..BULL world asfcna big ..f t3.skREM Carnage sad tut.r"tarm)
nIi .. % l 6rJij J W. P. DUYAC fc-.Wov. H. B&OCKEN K ban. taken UM f above aaesed ... New"Orfcaa the Narta.begs leava torflfana kit fhenjd mad UM. imago..Ii. irlsw da. d30SEYH

fps PifWILL1.. c. LEs? L &OCGB.x*a_ooeaudspmn**nMi. ia the foiamilj.kept by CapC Thomas ..- 8 I;1, .thai all orders for repairs& ,.&.UI pac ,

JIII eI Lair:. nc lnI.rniC-c pta>lahaiast. .. U he gM'ell tiaau to tee am tkeir (degassed. taally and aeauly-eaestest.-_ .EDWAD.
IXN i.isb i11ar data f wiU..1,so his baser theatutat t1eIWa.ldppabdIe.1a. W. P. to fivf them kie bestatlentieaa. their best aster ... : W.-k",- Boe.EB. .. T-l.1.11 U_'a ...1' .
'sue SMa eI UM c.-&ee farfrtlai Dealillad d thecovt.f ud 1M s.- Tafiakosoce Juno ft 164f .CLA. sIC . -. At
.T !Rs_tbs J.r.. _.- pat u Ia 1Fraak. TaRabtiie''N y S.1838: 3JifFAHACEA. 'J\OTICL, _
.d4oasaedJ WP..ass .sad Cslbowa Coss a ._ BrockeabrosghvB1iitt SCOTT 11 irttor iiaibtd .., .
t. e a theqo6 4_ I. a" tile SopcriorCocnorjo asst e.v" f TI + I .friends sad the pistock & "1JCK'B' t' : Bpd d Cetort.Bejs -
FRESH ot tbe vstoable "
swpply above medi-
&xoo'TrulJV.CaIW. I.Iaa1 tbei lees
a cad Leo tIMI caI itiI A no.esd.
'" RESf'ECTFUu.r.d cias jest received- For male byWay risk-.$1gst, a p+
e.sitwe. w. P. DUVAL. : gal the baaatrta wifl __.l d
1z.. .dr the BeL w. B.. .&OCDlUROUGH sera UnoaaaMKr.Mr.ttrrer P.* I ..is tks a 3..e 'STEW' ART A BARNARD.. call.mediately and pay"_ tbtettt.,

!.ClleC.. .c.-1 C.v.for letters .v.IT& 1tFi. be.A at L B.Ear's oral encvto : ntarss bie thanks to 96 ,42- !as they are>
,l. lst.daia C .t.n.lII.fIf aDO VAL;'Attorney at Law,icf rcb I Call. R.J. HukJq. o< UM same HESobseribers' have coasuntfy basil a ) ; q.ld-bur ;.
.d W. Ct VR.q THOS. : 'fifty 4 193l. .10 keep a.ral 1 LE t, ..-..
.. sad Mass generally .f ilaol- -'I' complete.assortment of AT EJlaaiti 1 -T 1 ._ _
sea Coaaty,tkat fca bns detormaned to locale hinv I I !etiu'. era neeesanry far tb* lot Gin Bands.Barnes, Carriage Tops Bo-aDd'THY' r- .ia.e.t asatt. .
..:,: -"C ia ( mutes a8 thone> wko Shoes ft*. Also eoasUnt eapply of'LDlE and : ..
.v die 11.- p rntg a11y. IBHUJIJ Fall at the erwessauy i riLLIAM H.BKOD1K, '. "eaas JiIr.* -
tz ea hi.hIs., C.aoy C..rt rfS1 I. east,for UM parpens efHAVING p.rasi kr P";fes- i win act as ajy a ent deriag from:the to 1BI3,ta call HAI..ror) : JU of which, they ofc..coni- r .b1 fdeawi... fill.t

c-.ty:fa./ .c&e from the T.-r lol7. ft. C. cooatrywU low fbreaafa,or in exchajtce foe hides,at tkeir Taa ant"ClIi Ie.. .Ak1' '

4 of tit'! Ilod dseaseL aios.Cwc.."I ,aeer require.Ie b..t Ii_tb.Tauitar7 June 911'Y" goods famjsbed a.tI ysdBROWN GALBRAITH.Tanakassee (' .is1a.D.y _-_ 1

'. : JOIIB 1W-f BEE. ntiJ October suit bet say ".e .. >. all kiads of, ;Amf lltk. 1835. MT t f8D1It1l.J& ,.. 'J tell I"
; "ece'.1 eovatrr ,
Ti3aksiee,Jet 5.- trbatb wy is earwrt.i 1.11.ahriseg bis. I atlhaTie 8b.ner11.6aq ttasd Jx .
aboot ?
_L,. ._..._. l..n..1d ..w. IL R....1_.4)w_ rgiHEsabserieer Wioj to FORJTY DUYAL- AIXICATOBwin D ae.c..rat rbi
.; -BT.ICL I -. -7'-11.1.-.h"s- JL rrtorr.ofiors for soJe hip 28-tf ._- Florida I.ki.private coze*. btatt5r I.-
.after date I aiiap.ppiy N.1. ooa cooslj. Florida which lies low IYAiB. THIS .p'es.ri'G..1 fos bleu and -drmlaUeswilk .

tt/tLs C..+ttj c. .f Jedf.aw C..Sy f. .. .4. IUl'IBoLPa MoatNcHo. tairty-tkreo from .TwV. ..-:1&ctJd- ..Her P-ot Co Hir aod j,.ems.a.. a. an r.bual: lie i I

Lettets .f'lid a.rtratia' ats.iaa.amsre .teol .U .Tallahssce. 01' etfbteea frees ThoeBaAiOe. Ga, and Muista of) &e"b. S iI'W r" a:t-: d Sah "-.IT .011'..

Etate..ILII..1ue ef said Cowan. piofcoii>anl q.kc M tbs poktie.llo pUeeibe Toat BrBBOwiek Rail Road lIeatoC Frcnck sad .bre*tiw;s ..r L, t. Wad ie_ alter

(; her lg 1ellL' WM. BU06.SnwenaAoreBTtolBBttJI is to W food at the once of Dr. J. H.Radolpk be c..atr.ctdTa.. tract ewtaiaa M kefajiy Medicine sad obi a; coin westwardp** rstkroflgk erecr other dafwey eke.allbeatt

,M Uottroe Sureu sad a kalfor IjOOO MTM+ of!., of Dray Madkfaet Qaiaey Mond y Wedaesdayr Fridays 30 ft' 'J.WILU& .
w May?i 42 betBf ezceOeat bamaMek, oak sod by and reaches Peatacola,919 milts n 40 boors 4).r }t.

", .. apply Lea 1.dIe Jed, LEGAL JVOT1CE. I the balaaee piao land ef a ebseolits LEJr1S- or llVe>3e 300 miles in,50 hour; going n.tbwsrd A. PI--"I/It.. t far.

? leOeiaof.liufiiini Hiiia_tile.s. af eeunty for ?boas BalUcIl owl Walker AadenuB Actor i are open this tract of(laM a it passes through Q auncy, S++adsys T nrd'*v,! tlHO Aria 01,Lad.IIt,r. G'rf.

Ie,.densed.late-of LBBB Jolla T..k .- oyo at Law. will practice ia e.partn t bop ta UMSoperior : bnaac,\ jpm bmse sad screw. aad ud Pride. sad reach JVacoa, 179 milts m3C T.-.w-a.a..ctIa 'J"t .

Uet.lt.lum RICHARD eoawty. Co.rt.of tko Coutieo of Jeflcroaa.Leo apperteasjteea peculiar to a farm, as & Co. Loans speed is greater br 20 ilcs a day, the Undo af Cape LsAassd !. +lart

GJUFFIX..J" .. Gadooaa FnaUta. Calkoaa,aad JadkaJfaar aboat fear baadrod acres of JaM eft titan it bas been heretofore on th.- ffne .; 2 t acres cleared sad suds c-i. .

,: ... i. tko c sit Appeak at TalUkaa fence sad ia a laid statoyf eaJtin fs The hones are the best possible. oa the .n.a, dwsl -.ap.

QIX...Iar-e..wih. saade Addtooo of Tkotu BaltzcU.Apaladueol prat of which is froth,it bariaf been TIle driven steady ao f attenti-. .Stahl,..Gia Lest ties,osdagttl.aas
10 the elf I.-. Coaaty e..rt for ,_ Ira Dr!Geode The Coaches cord and comfortable LU'Z" .
Addmo of Walker Aaderooa, Tallihiojeee. ia tke last tkree years. The Iud is ry A. pe.av witlbisp/:3.r
Loa .
coamyof for letters of adauniotratiea oa VISIONS.fee. The Le Roy from Le Grange i C&II th
x Jono 15.trE. li3I.-ar aad dariaf the nmJence of tbe to Peasaeoia. etuao.e Laadr4 anti L1

tv the, 4ieI.mae. .of'.Tuaotirj'* JTC ty, late ol said COUll- lIedce. bias ant Lad Ute Ant a.e of daiI \ A.Marks ia fine order. i brother J.L. Tickers,wko wd sksw the 3RANAWArfrom

8ob criber barie'erected a STEAM kin white or Mack '. The Florida. The Champion b maia hi regnlsr e.*.iie aios the land sad is aatkormtd ta ee.rtsRt tsthe n1.R
A. M. ALKAJTDEB .. wateb.ais, .
; MILL 1 kin pJa-,two tads kilt rails East afiTalbhasoee persons wbo fee dcsuiooe of, betweea sad Modik..Tbeatage.are eatke Terms one aad two yean.JTBemasriae -
iO.If ABETS- MeCARTT, ,win be all times ta Florida to call and examine for sad merekandioa,sod. line is very mock reduced. There is a daily. JAiBSJ.VItZ:
St. arks Pet. ,73.$!!. readaL i* oopptf to rseeivi. ..nI- 1 line oTfonr horse
4 g post coaches,Lesween
aad I Cbauaboueh.
hk Lumber wfco may favor ku be will lake pfcaaare 'w showing tbeat -: A..ti.lid 3.r
.ilk app6ea- JOHN G. GAtfBLE. the lead ceatainod within its -.erdaaed to say .ie sad Tall.. I .1.-&.... -

Q IX wells afttr. l-J tppty 10. aeha. atkta,Jose 13.I838. 4lfGALLIGHAN'S A poet bargain will be granted and They Inve eeaotaaUy OSce at Brown's Hotel Tallahassee. I ., 1"ia

will be jireo. a.uortIMDt.c Goods Pasaea erswiU please bo particular to.eagni r I 11--
k.Mpns VEGETABLE I will sell low i. lots for the Alligator Line. I.WILSON. ISah of Fdn.j kuLat
x' asar dso..o.d. FEVER AND AGUE PILLS GF.ORGE LJrBJek.sbs.t"J"lSIIlav..id
or approved credit.
: T.1I..ftJf,.. JOHX SHAW. A certain and U UB: art (orthis diwue. For Jane Motrtk 1839.!!o.effmofi tf. co. Fla. apt atloalioai to tke I, 1833 nMu fitTHE 10 or II inefaesbgk.BeiinB Atliies..d tpr.h
e. -
broken bas wife
a at
sale Tlioaaal.t'yl
bnjaaeaa to their _
by&A. M
.ilI'f.L. DOLPH,k LEWIS. TO KB51TTBE I abe liberal CAUSE OF BILIOUS COMPLAWTS I Gar miles west ofTaEakmsec 11Ie.
J t "o'' II MOBIBB after .11baIJ 1apply preheat my *.c5. TaJtaua.re.April 141838. a Plantation at patronage A MODE OF CCREA well I. od boy I expect roc harboured/yarewEOvpaata.

I 'c.c MM to the B*.. fated and proportionate of rig I will given reward of fifty difaafW' ericoai*
CABINET MAKING. i oeeapied j'I 26tf quantity bile .lh
I : ladMBfthwConatvCooftofLeoaCooaty. for a subscriber Oankfo! A' Peaester.i. .fkr d for stomach io always revaioite for the promotion of convict any perms of iarbsek!bjim.ujfl ijgire
0' eenafs ftwatkaadAiBw4ration of the estate of THE seed health U fin dcUsrs for the deSverjof
inf For terms stinmlaten y h r3.
year. tfi.keel" ay
Hector La deBsaesd past .oar.Revpce.tifully (
,late staid COGal I : aooDin.tbe the P e |ttt t.haTe
: informs tbrr itformauco,apply iciestinal. canal free from all ehifinttiimi. On fftO Oaf ki.a.f.cdwtbltllrt
Sept T, I Mgi JJNNET LESLIE. UM cit if BA AaD. Uiar tke I
R. H. UM liver
;' TalUhisxa aDd 1 isapeenliar bUd-
vicinity senior
"' I f partner 1Ier.I wbieb the bite is firrt JAJU3L
E. be I
eoatiaves preserved formed
to the -
are to
... .IX Moat** aAer date I will preseat my aeeouvts Cabinet Makia carry baitts ia: n BL&.1U hariBg requested claims make will by the fiver from the Wood Thence it yojoes TVI5.I823L tfUM ."

and vwacaeraad, apply for a di miesioa all itsranety at the old Stand, A Gn.r.1 Ats'-rdKnt of ate the stomarb and hrtestmss sad regulate the DI588UJTH

E, .:' >Irani administration of the estate Kedsr. oTBteM and ILbolda opt+csite good paper,for sale at ibis Sorviriag Partaer. i digeOo n. Thos wr see when there u a dafirir ncy lfaHE C.ptaer.kiphertek..csvrioj;tsar
l V.,d.eas CoL Wyati's Store, mbm he Justkes Exesation, BUak I 49 ifi l..rlN.the body ie eoostaaUj eovUve. O*the other iol firm of Waddei, -ditpl&.ill
i,! to' Sep 14. 1S191m HORACE Sonmons Bills of ,band an overabaadaaee of bile. this day dissolved by astualewsaut.
VAN5. will be bappy to naive order from bu fried aDd i i urnuK I saw fun in at
;,', i' AdnV Kcder V... deed Ibc pobQe eoerally.Sideboar Bareto*aod furor Subpjcoajt .,'. I MAT 16, 1833.: f nausea the stomach and des prosMtes v J
'I N.eke. tan of every descnptioo made ia a fobioaable and, Warrants, passed Ij tko sty attacks. of diBBM. wfciefa sometime. r d .i. J.HG.IZ. .

171:" I Qtt I J_tlM after 4&. I shall prteent my ae II oWUnlial maaaer.and on reaso&able terms, aDd etc. &<*-. dis. the owners of aff .- death.Fevers .
1; IJ se.ag sad nec'-.aIM apply.0 tJ.e h.oen be brpesbyrtnct aUeauon to btsnaeai to merit -P ART BUS of the corporation are always preceded by symptom of a dw- Ta1h11aivseAsptnstl3Id71.The -

.i .'.portM.c.., C..n.i Leon eo..t fox r and rooetre a liberal bare oftbe patroaac .f UK.public. .: THE abscribctt bare covered ,that if the nnder- ordered "-acha are also KnIf.den. .I aiaeM.iD.dIe apes
i J c $: hta A..aiscratioe oldie I tbe firm of J. B. BULL Iwi'I babe macs all sympalketkfuactieaal.organic or febrile Ien.seder the firm of Sandoejni *Leanhi
aWe of *.weeds are
I. _?' -t-o.da.1 1'.Ia&e..eoe.t JACOB BLESS.N. I, carry on the besJn***. next Jane the sail cIire same cause,the natural and ill settle the afaia of tke farmer.7. ".i.

'it ;: : H. ". B. AH kinds furniture repaired oa reasoo- LORS,both ia this flare aid the I healthy action et the heart, mod the wLele'n- 'J:L]IAFJU' '

;1 ,;A ph1d, 181).ia WALKER, abe! lerun. York. Arraqgenieats have been rLAhrM. tbs Corpo br system is tmpeired.aad redneod.below ii .adaIr. .... iT tf '' C.I .:'l- .
;. ia ttstor owners of lots. TW __
'1 l: : T.Ita t.....e Ss pL. lk. IE35-If stant sad full supply of Cloths, weeds tut do-, sunoaja; exnionea ,,in paJpitaUan.agtmi CIVIL E1If EtR-\- I .
!I'' 'f'm,' AJ.JI'ce. I A TEACHER WAHTED.Toaeaet i.<:s,etc.and a lange assonnxM of citizens king palse;torpors tko limbs,syncope,and eve death: mH sobacnhrbavisg dns.4.for**
are -r.
BMbs after date I ukall'ppl&J.e Jedje '1othi"". and tbry are prepared I hereby! itself in coateoneree of an overabmdnee of a pee I Ia.-rce-e-t.
oJ SIX i*waited to take ebarge of.tile Jef I late { be swept every Sa- ,liar offi rive Rerideal cagi.errsttr'
tke Comely Cnortaf Jgffersea coaoty.for a fersoa Academy at Moot Tbi.laotitaUoo their costoAerf aad the pauli, 1'e|!! sweepiogs be i. subvtsceo t* the digestive orjrans. Bmaswitk-ead Florida Rail Road.now eSeaht
":4' Z; fiaal eeUlement and I :. diecharrw frees UM adminWtra is large and floarisiiiaf, mud from the kcftlibineos j of the streets so that disease at all timer >.,sloes to tIt paf e ia UM.ttfcwmg realm'
" ; **ea of". '. Wade residing in New York will attended by deckled of
P ,.>anwod. late ef saifl of iU rite bUs fair to beeome more so. .dc: orders the same daring symptoms an existing diseased ho pnfmi-Iweaiirg and e.4)trattiagJJ
i /' yoat,j execute all promptly sad on state of the stomach and besets i. e. wit> Coads.Caaale,
of ;
the conduct aad maoafemeal a sktlfttl Teaekcr. son.blelel1JU. J. i B. PER.Iateadaat. those alga which are known Agsel.cp, sad TanpltlMitnatuagsansy
) DARIUS WILLIAMS. The Trustees being desiroos ofadTaneiaf wel I.I point out their era. aK estiestl..6 ttm re.lraidd
;i a ft.:., AmV.of Wm.F.Taylor,dec'. faro and extending its i ... will require from Tallshaaces.v.ILIRy3. I tests the to be of a mot bid irritating "'.;bat whea- .traction*in-rirrrs,etc designing aad eaaikeas-
: 1. 1831. ever alimentary
e S. 44 8u happens to be loaded w- Bridges, ICF-dam '( ,.
> Il any apptkaat tbe most oaqoestionable testimoaiab of iDrnras with *. R iW5CToekjCand
I'!.t ;, kfaerty 8t irritating matter, some [
deraufvaitnl of the other
4 of character sad capacity. The Trustees will BEEF Hydranfie workJu t&nnrmioiany
3.J KOTICE. prefer I Io : that
I! generally, healthy operatioo either of the
'.,- :. iMMfe*sftw 4ala k H apply I*Uw I a,Tcacfaf wbo bas bad experience ia bis pr W.iiTED to,, lately' known as tb* of some particular of the general fjflem. of years experieBeaasprinejpuJ AenloBBtaiB*
SIX Jndfe fceriea sad bas f..nl to the sob- j' organ body is the certain late celebrated L-matmi Bald wia. cw
I 1M Gtate 9 Cotut e TGc4W Cwivty. to a ppneatioae CATTLE for which : which under hk ra.lt;.aad when this start Era.
'Mb ember at MooUc UowiH meet with atleaiioa. happens to be united nee J e with great confidenee asks the sage
et I3.
dmtof free die jes iQ be i
p. sdaMMCniM* JIM*. gel riToa,on thorough repairs with any other syoiptoan of disease,its effects of the publk.tbematicul .
,. If'et L R.,Orfttw doe'd of odd J. M CANTS BROWN t to receive and entet always thereby mod art "- .
maly. aggravated. Tbe of Orders for all l
If. ) ; Sep 801839 If Cbsirmaa B.T. progress .r OnryiB.Iess-
, .(.'" CHA. $.. u. AUBT,Ads. 11.ah..w.laD U aU who may fist organic obstruction is often so rapid .as scarcely U catenation. Aitkiteet.mi'daenp,
.' TERRITORY OF FLORID admit of time for
flT the
-- :
S. appGestloo orda
u ia 16 drawings of psteal Maekiaon l 'r'h
I'I ,. LEO SUPERIOR COURT. JEFFERSON COUnT cow RT. M. D.Riar TWO 2 horse sod crersl one deems sneer 4'I be offered by art,yet ia general" the p promoailorj .ill be attended to,either n11 ps r
s. Davis > Attachment for IGOdalft&p to the manner D. ymptome of gastric load
I ; -, '. cy Wagg For sale b are perupl.ib1e.fOr a by .bas ssctstant.AppIicaiioa' 1UM ar.tsey .
a .r' mrACATIOW. Jaly 5th RetiirnableA To all others .
,1i : '. ,1839 TS > =15a w11. IJ. I day or two previon* to tke feverish psroxism,a wise procpU7..cice.L ,

.. .t, ". Halttia Od... jto Septeoibcr term 1139. Tallahassee Jan 9 1C8 for yoarselres, ac* period when the most efficacions aasi trice be Refer. Col.. late e3.
Thayer PtMrInrPDiItt
t J1..ic. him. may ,
f All persous eooeemed will 1 take aoUee of. iaAihalw. D. Avsrm dk co.WOULD by unloading the stomach and afimeatary Academy.Don. .
of the above_it.ehwu sad tbedefeadaat AAC NATHANS. canal of its
ii, 'l'\ .yW. Gta era H Ctiosro 8..1 inform tke eiftzeas of irritating contents,and lias reducing .T.B.King. .Brunswick FiaJLC
sad aU interested are requestedto the iBseestmilkr of __ _
persons daseaw.OToffai's .
that p TJ31t
,. ,, tkey have .. .RI..U .R P
i'br4 ,Aol ----- -- -----
and the dedaraiioa filed Ibiscase.
.,.. lots ,fit Leo Will ad'rauratc appear. plead to n nD Main Street,lately oervpied by '. Notice. life lledielnes,.'.always Cap..Tams.;Architect A Ea ***.
M. CANTS. be taken the
( where i in early of "
d i PAoj.. I ? Eq.; they are now openings aay way to Edmuad stags billioa. r?molainU; B.F.gJ'

+, dtt'd, '-.2y. Sop.11 1839._t_AUy. for pig sortment ef Rich WATCHES, Jefferson COGaI,. arc gas if penevered in strictly accord' :to the direr Tkeatu.iflk,T1aoa.GG..rg' a, itN.If1I1Idee.
-.Td Administrator* ffo lce. and Plated Ware Cillery Fancy payment t. lion, win positively effect s care.
,- :
Dofosdaata. ..5Wonoa MIX owaths aAer date I shall apply to the Jodfe which they offer on aa god terms as all persona.basing The mineral medidnee often prescriWd in these '
.wyos, CJoto. .c teJ ef tbe Court .f in diseases Ubnub acanike after date we shall apply*de
y6tsdof,. W. 11"11. Coaaty Jeflersoa county for purchased this country. will present ,them they my rB'r a temporary SIX. GaarfrtCwaiity
.FA-iI C .. O a fiaal soUSeoaan sad discharge from tbe ad minisalien' Personal attention given |o ,properly attested. care, at the same time ei rate ao nnl .!tJ1J ute of Jadga of the Cowtfy Coertof
of Joba 'deceased which: from the blood',sad ,for letters of disminuon from the.ertaU sArchbaldLeteof
.Bagels llai.rt W ALt e Grorfe, late of aid loag ekperience, they STANDLET. etMweqneatiy lead Io-Promole a r-
public,will be dose ia ftrst-rate lara of tke saJdeeBly.
] IUtlDt, .Administrator. 'Yuyabuue which the, are
"Ie Ihslrats4 L.BwwsHr. II emp1 eyed .' B. GRAHAXDAR1EL
; flatter tbeavelvos lo T8
A18.d DARIUS WILLIAMS. thai by gives due care It ia.tbea bj the use of pur tive*,: .
; .
L LOVE10..1&39
; Ad.',. of John George. deed.JoBoa.1829. I baMness,with a desire u> please k my duly MVely formed of vegetable corapound.,abicl

.. e..__sad. -AW.N_ _. .. 44 *. ''oe.1u nahlie Durn--.-.....--. I mv iWn ft,.., sessinf within tkenuclres no deli.,*J.io.; .. _. p.: .\ It.s..
w .d'.w 1M ..K..,..,, iiTalihanrt, No.f'saW 17. 133A. : 'L'.lf DD-EN- Lich-dins.p.at'teatoerbinatioooralten- ---' T. --FUKMITCJBE. .
J. I; : .: rack RA Y. tan
lkw.. \ for 8120 J .. TE JLTiaOBE F t devewpe or bring-into action;'and Uwreforer KERR *.K1RK3KT bare irenvrd sod "
&wyer. Clou. KM* WeIl..lAuada.-nt sn '
,n Itl1l1h,. CAnnl CS Bkk r.X louetowt WilKaai J83g. ranted swost; Baltimore eared 8&..& blecf producing ao ef&es. vn that rhiU ,.dMrtd, for;sale, a,lara aotattmea. ,*f fan-
more Sides,do L ted, Gwshon Butter, Bale first thoasaad -What a safe remedy is Cnnad. sins oa w 1eUOII.lermsas ever sefertafr"Borcaaa.ftidabearda
IL .seltt: W. Akora. 1:Bmnlcr, "III' all otters attracted will i lei '
7,,. L Bttaur&AUM ConUv, 13.Wood. H. I THE notice of the iastitatioa of said-soil by Bologna .. Sardines, Sal. ia tke coaaty of Mad- Tfcu Ute PIUs and PfeenixBitic'a dare'I tb.p.'elie;c..r if
Pickets Old fire Whiskey J... Inese proved be thenMvt htppjr inllerrrc Sofa sad ail BedMaads'
Apple Esq.
:1- Wyod dsd.sl.dd.sl.M this ome n id.ost ef tbowd altacbaeeat,aad they are reqairod to appear sod i macs
T .r n ill UM Dod 8ote ofU plead to declaration lied. ia eaid ease accord. pagne Cider,U sacks 0.. 96 kegs and will be disposed of bilioas.disoaim.any pwr.{r'rffT 4' ,"::19- aadnentersnv i +
fine eat Tohaeee. : ration ever offered k UM Centre card and ezle I.lea tables .
chewing -
-.k patstjN.lAl4fE1.t..a.at u. .; **g Ie law. ic kegs Person*, > PHI .If ib*nioenx-h iai -

,I'. ...U..i.,...ati w.r co.-. R.G. WELLFORD; Powder.:.eatvoters do do, upon the oabseriber foal.they eieaaso it by exeitinf it r..taro* 0i if {i',i Be6t..llathu

oo or feoforV UM 'fII. CMT oxmW or ihoM&9CX Jan t, IBS/ 44 Atty f or prutTo LaseVWUt* Strained'OilJ.iIIIM4 '.or oa Tbosaas J. eoateats; If ....,p tutbe,: s.'o+edsnnrty.a.iout *-I Mabonaj daairil..oJ.itlIsbt>
j4 hir era lie.tIt' 'V ,. .L_ Lead. to' d"J.r tke excitiag "vomHiag-ov aaasea !.M the tomaeh'2 Rseb..etteaoual ebi1a us ets'rn
-a p.id' It farlbar' .atdar.l AlP'4.4f. that, eL: Planter I The andarsigned are reeetajpf a.. will bo nude to ,,. sUmulstisg tke....i-c virem,a.the liver tad aoo.'m.ertisesstofdiaigcMde' ..Jinr

j, let/Qt!- ...'. (1N f "HptON SCREWS raeetred by UM Scbooaer variety of other articles,nuking their SCOTT. paws.,ss as to prodaes a atxn\opi.s cow of AA- .

? i il'.'I 1..1'IO..r'Or1d'4)r ror hb1'a Ji. Josopb Haakey,&ee Bah imore.are BOW ready sortmont complete'by the schooner If Uwr,.CitMaa.iaia tke Jatostiaoe,atinMJatoJc' UM. T.fJ..l Aa:3.it. '. -
e r BaKtmore an of which will exkaleat canUanas.terminating, ..
boll ia
ftlCBAKO CL ordelrrer/oalaepayaMatoftkesame. Apply' toANEGROCOt. -- 1M .r..e. .
., t.lm r..f 1'.R. BETTO D C-' I .. .l wakfa SB lusted flow of the.riles..rtiajli'J i A :Mlle II.J ..

--- .. T'naaaan>e.Spl.CB.1KJ9.fiabseribw ua 'chi body, foreign.n Uer._or. ,retailed ecnrfions; ,
fi 2'J J .... ; ?For ie po ..C. 'NG.TII.B ..aer' u. are eomptetdy dintnarged. s :r e V i4HOLTI -'
Esq bis
OF'1'LOIUDD.I, aqaira'tttbis. office General Far safe .
,cent > beg lean A..:' AktooTkii by : iC2'I'JSE1IrS F",_-- '

H .' fheads and emf naers ie jwrml,,." 8. H. DUVAL. liA 1DOLPHfLE1tIS.. E SSaeommodatixg. .. .d L.1f'

r g ; Moreharos. -.t i '. .._ '. Jfttiee. un.v.J bas Co&cli > Tallahassee June-29._-tfSALK.L __ anatM,It:tbat.6 P,4). a.
i h 4v: l j 4 _- Alt.ft.. ..&LL meat ftom the
person having daiau against the estate opposite now Covet FOR arrest;
ell Faller Jc Jtiwe.'Atbl UIOtJ.t d. dot Sylvwaa Effis,let.of.Leon toant/.-, Gals west.( UM PreJbyterinB;, I Pre oat. THE subscriber- will sell at private sale bis : i>i ,.'BaL e Z I***.
4- wI $61Witb. lac-c are hereby notified to preaent UM sums to me,ar to foot street where baring erected. I Orleans .,boose and Iet,iOO foot square situ e .lfa" tJIe. eats-b as .
tbttrtim.'f&f6ria T.R. Bettoa, Esa.TaJlahasMe,duly proven, withii tag i employed a good set of ated in a pleasant part of the Town of M nttcelo.! terms.' iia M .keep.-W1af -

t .c A 'f.hi .. .. the tint preseribed by law,and all persons tadebted eef a ompfela Aseoetmeitt. of .& Also 180 acres of good land five' mile Jt snwt,. &.MfJ.a.
: east of, '
w 7 'J1 ffibh** a, to said foand ready to'exdeata all nrders in .
estate are hereby requested to make tows. Terms will bo nude to sail purchasers. v ;kllllftell.It".-
J : oftla* .MSm i ,,,}4)f JPMTO immediile paymeatto UM oabseriUr firing ia Jef. UM bojiaoai with i>eatn.sssnd *. OTLLIAM easy G.CLAKK. ; promptly funvbed. Tnfc iliw:it"" .* eaA..:.I 4:a

m1)tt'Itroiy s f.t ,ft ,tad. grater.s fersoo cotoiy,FIr/i MOSES ELLIS ado. II M by, MOIIticeUe.Asg.tO; ..-llKIRKaiAN well iaJ earafalTy selacS ate enrfaar Mabar. .
I N. B. Harvest made And ft ftUTGERS. I
i ofSIJrlinM EtUai dec. repaired ..
.- d.4).TA D.U .ah'.r for, 4" I laaa'4*=der .'...w.".".. ", list-.--' I ; ABK&NATiiT.A rJANNA.ffi _._' __._-. _-e.ta'I ...-'. -'.
: J :
II-'iIIII..fI'CIuaa1s" !, Cam
aI'. UfI UOiI &pt-iiM39' MC.M11t RWJUBA. iMlug.Lt; o6 '
1LE ( ...IItt1'a&R"s H Hiee COUaT ;. I '. 'fBrtJae
w n.'IIi I,4) 151 :grx moatbs after dctd I shall apply Ibejadvp "W far;37.Y. Refer to JL K.Call,aad Hoary Bond. .1i.Wia'. d 11 .IL

r' :'." 'tiP'H" ; 2IAI4&Q. I.uoA .rtIM.C.CoeI1Gt.J..eoonly+6r a THE.bleiiMr..,poiaLid. a-9 I000 -Rtarna- Jan. 17 183S.' ,24If Tafabaureti, ..'' _,L.r ':
.. -'
c Iona of .
lenityttdir.Stitaa$ SB art passed at
diatb ftxpa
C adtaiautra
rf November .i tor ;:if
,,' r...'..':).m', .' 1.: tiM.t Td sO. 8bbe.eVcras d. ioa 'of the LsguUtrte, Council. term 1339 .NOTICE.- .. AII&Atnr.;.
..*....,.,i...eMf..I. MARY:SUKHCE, id.rai.truri forma tfaa.Gee that be is.preparad to .notice af the ia. .w H. NDOLPH;is my aatkonsod agents "8E8. t. .. IJ
etb ail"W & lot}fcjftar Iii 'at UM I '' '.'{ and UM and attorney daring nay abuses fro*the ".. porchaesd max Df. ..;
srd.meut; agdsta., t. ... a-t,J.I LJ4t Of T.Q.Bkehaes L i.eSl.OR u..c&J.MI city or : I sto4. requira4 T TlLMAli J.... ..ltMtfttaM.J. LttjG "
'MoIt''ct.r. manttfacwred at the ::
''.4n" -'i: II..u'l.'', 1- ,o '*;' ; ,- (a. __ those.k..1M.. tlmtlmd j 81. .es. ; 81.4 Is Ibis .T.I .. ..Hay 4t.4t'< -n .- ___.' __." riaActw.ue .__..

BtleMT/arcWb+ rgCb.tltMtos lUCK at 1ik..Itf.iI-...afeott WL>- -1II.r' 1 N'I"II T HE subscribers bats'fast*received Ml._kola Eatitt } e1tW7+ 'kff 1tMMe" M

!iprtittt rt YiU a.uk .J"J .!larhparP'Lar y. : f flaw York tad Uea/ejiiwoea+ -'iiti. a.per8as hr.,,+.E RH!.'SIR$$ 1 tL.irbat : ttsratisisW

:. .ilf.flN Ctassiy ."..ti l' !* .flo ?4)k WLLEL"yTS1 ', specter of aaaka.. ttH w. ghU W Aid : -Takes. TH.hassse, AaI'. > ,1 1301" !fit! 4L4ft ?Lt a
gp !
N C "T--- 'tied ':= rKr.r,. ...., .' < I" ed correct. !tics eCwwiffciBf. Ill ,:s4dMwsiart.t a ( kept coaattafly"abekdi
!u' > 5""C&; : # a j
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