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 9, 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**' vl.rlv* to dollars.advertisers with the privilege of fouraq.ar NOTICE is hereby given that on the lit Octo- to these subjects, and I will, therefore, hasten to fulfil the I to his bed by.the effect oF. '*e>ere lrart fie.liad then r 4Te" .r-:
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1st' week 50 dollar Advertising to be over the Si Marks river is the particular duty, to which,.agreeably to the ancient customs of our ceiv d, and'it was owing this that be'did not job hiti t. 4
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iHori' ml9vue. Yearly advertising quarterly Tallahassee Railroad Co. will cease to receive, or Order, I have been assigned, in the servic of this day. I flies volunteers, that went,to the Peninsula 'early:jf1'D; icf':

f...rert.ilement will be in.erted,reference unles aeeoapa in this deliver cotton or Merchandize at the present depot Among the usage8t>f our institution, prescribed for observance at thatyear. But when the rumor waa:received of the j3 c afitaT*of* .
kv the money or a responsible OD the riter, and that after that the Masqpic burial of eminent Masons ,of I
rid customer, or forwarded time. Port Leon or prominent public men our arms at Withlacooebee 'December,be arose from bis bee {
'riw, rcept from ®ular will River be the only place of receipt or delivery on the belonging to the craft, is that of an address'by'a Brother, referring to: enfeebled and weak as.he'then 'was';. appealed to the""p111

bJ.U *fononccmentt candidates* for officer wilw sep 14 or 5t l3sy.V SAML. REID Secy. pro tern. the distinguishing characteristics, and to the most important incidents spirit of his fellow cititens of this coonty, and in,a'few"day9l.raised, 1j

airred Five Dollars for insertion during thecuu in the life of the deceased. and organised, a gallant corps upwards of eighty,brave men,arid:

-,pLabto in all ctsw.. !in ad ranee.which ad.n.ibIa.er FINAL NOTICE. VECEfABUl It i is, ordinarily, a task of no little difficultyt to portray the chsrac. at their front, rapidlv.marched to' the rescue and, protection of the

ill BBrsonal eommanicaiioni are ALL persons indebted to lie subscriber by note ter of any individual,satisfactorily to all the members oi a'communIty frontier. 1 in meof &udieric 'm mberiot V j
com unicationi relating to one'a iodiri otherwise, unle.s settled before next return bleeding recognise s my ;
IffairIbpufIOf new invention., uew gocd' day will'have make arrangement with a centletnan ,to which she was' personally and intimately known. Our estimateand that corps, and who can attest to'his energy, vigilance, and aloft, as ;

Oil establishment candidatci and the like, of the Bar. opinions of our 'acquaintances their talents,qualities, virtues an officer, displayed in the arduous service they n ounteied,- :m the. ;j

If"trill be charged the same price eiadvertUemente, Htckslown, bepL 20 1839 4t W C MILLER. PETERS' PILLS. and faults generally differ. If the limner is a personal friend, and comfortless'regions'of the Big Swamp,and Obcldawaha. Captain ':

mUll bo made in advance.No V draws a favorable, but, as he believes, a Correct port rait. invidious -
.4 p.yment aderti.enleolcostin than NOTICE. "THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE HEALTH." Bellamy's\ troop was attached to a battalion of'Florida "volunteers,'

account will!fdr be*n opened with any individual,ex- ALL persons indebted to the subscriber are WE know that health and ability to labor u criticism often reproaches him as a fulsome flatterer. On the commanded by the intrepid ''a d lamented FABXSH, (he"t '.was'a' ,

6ft j0U.rs be a regular advertiser.for notified that the notes and accountsare tbe wealth of the great mass of the peoplein other hand, unpleasant truths, will most likely, by those'whose partiality member of our craft)and while this battallton were'scouUnff on the18th j

ceptba all Jobbing,the cash will be required on the placed in the hand of J. Barry fur collection.A thit, as io most other countries. To preserve, 'blinds their vision to all but the good qualities of their friend, be of January 1836'near Weturopksi,:they'discovered and attacked ,
work.NOillblcnptioq prompt attention to the saute will save costs. therefore that health bv natural mean, is a grand, denounced as detraction. I do not however, anticipate that on this --- .
of the rooted"i Bsa'my's
..Ii.r, moral and scLcma a superior body olsarageSy and
politic! to further which 1J
will bo dUcoctint.; -UI .n .JOSEPH 1), RYAN. reqttlres Most listen
occasion: these difficulties will beset me. of those who
ulmont volunteer the advance. Tbeir'eondt1ct.oO'that
oar alt
.Jo'1e15 18.u nt
unlefis at OUT PUon'S. : on. Jefferson being in
*"'rOII" plld "P The which to voice have personal knowledge of those incidents in the history
s.S.SIBLEY Editor Floridian. unprecedented success has reunited my occasion, received the commendations of commanding Gen
NOTICE. from the adoption of Peter Vegetable Pills during of brother to which I shall' refer and the
our ; although eral Clinch in ordej he issued '
To ll, ftoclko'.dcn Union ,( ,) a general andahhotighiho etfgage j t
> Florida.
== o/the of a period upwards oi five ,the
c years numerous intimate and cordial relations of between him and
friendship myself
Q HE meat was not much boasted of and has not been made the subject of
BULL & CO. Have j_st received |) following amendment to the charier of and extraordinary cures which they have performed
JB.r ship G'''net a, and other arrivals I' genrrilwf'rtmfiu ii the Union Bank of Forida: will be in force for upon hundreds: of individuals whom they have which existed for many years, may have rendered me partial, the elaborate newspaper scribbling) it is believed ,to hare been as redk-

ofthc most hblilonalilc style uf blue, and after the 15th May next. rescued from almost inevitable death, after they oft repeated testimony given in various ways, by you, hi* fellow citizens able a fight, as any made op to'this time, since the war commenced.

I Mick,bruwn, mixed and fancy Cloths,Cassimeres, "An urt amend an act entilcd an act tnincorporatc had been pronounced incurable by the mont emi now present, of the correctness of the opinions I shall express That aflair and the battle of Alaqua in'West Florida both fought by.

VQiag' &?. which they would be pleased to makeup da." the auUrribere to the Union Bank of .'Iori-I nent of the faculty-justifies, fully justifies Dr. of his character and qualities, inspires me with confidence, that I am Floridians, should have aave3 our Territory,.and its citize,,.from .
iV-ir .They hating been selected Peters in warmly nnd conscientiy;
for 'turners. recommending not mislead by feelings. I have more apprehension that the
care fr.rn the l latest New York Impor. Sec. 1. Botenaetedhy the Governor and them to the special notice of the afflicted. my I the calumnies which have been put forth against them, respecting
tiLioiis.c rre anoJ tajl I to p1.ase the most fastidious. haLite Council of the Territory of Florida That i if! Peters' Vegetable Pills are the safest most effectual emotions which, agitate me, may cause the pencil with which I shall :their conduct in'this war. .
any stockholder! who has heretofore, or and econumical fur to trace the lineaments of his character, to be held with a faltering .
ilE 1 'V M\DE CLOTHING.SawiSneMi may h'lre-I' remedy diseases of the essay No one in th'u community, can have forgotten, or will during life
'kh.ue,and fancy colored drab coats, after obtain a loan upon the pledge of human cotiluiion that has ever been discovered. and unsteady hand, and that the unskilfulnesa displayed by the forget, the Rescue of the Blockhouse on the 21th May
j IK contemplated in the lucnty-niith section of the I I I Dr. Peters, the inventor of the valuable medicine corps.
Fr.x-1" di.Sun.rSnf. artist, may induce the decision, that another, more gifted, 1836. That from this were
v.-llldithis if was county. FiftyVeihtVdays,
actto an amendment lll to from his the corps
neglect of human
knowledge derived
brown drab and system
S o!, black, mixedOveroats I have undertaken task difficult and delicate.
enow or hi*stork for of 30 I I from and a so so they besieged the Several of their number, and
i'llol iluth, do. Beater do. Mohair do.! pay up note thecpace long extensive practice, has arrived to by savage enemy.
du. days after the fame shall have become due, the this conclusion that! the great and primary cause of ABRAHAM BELLAMY was born at Waccamaw, Georgetown Dis.'! among them their commander unfortunate Holloman, had fallen

Blanket!fin 1.1k a \4\ C-IM. Pants Fancy colored lo. I IBlrkskin chares so }pledged i-tiall be forfeited to the bank and :I J most diseases is -IcranL'rinent! in the functions of strict. in South Carolina, on the tenth day of August, A. D. by the unerring rifle of the Indian, and others of thern had been

(PI lid.ft Rib'wl' do.Spangled Doeskin doC I any premium that may bo received from the sale I!'the liver; or in other words,an increased or diminished 1800, and consequently, was thirty-nine years and five tlaya old, wounded, in the repeated attacks made upon them by a vastly superior

,.auni nCis>. d,> "fall colors, fine blue,mixed,: thereof shall accrue and be added to the surplus Kicretion of the Bile. when he died, on the fifteenth day of August, A. D. 1839. He force. The roof of the "miserable ;structure in -which
of the bank. log V
d. j profit I S-) well! ill this understood that it is common for
S i'letl
ud Kfntn Fancr'ky H J:'ansdi.Double I Sec.2. He it further enacted, That it shall} he the persons to say wben they feel unwell,that they are received liis education chiefly in tbe Academy of Doctor Waddel. they were confined, bad been fired by the combustible arrows of the

in' -j"lc breasted Cloth ve Super- duty of the board lfdin.'clMII. when any share may blhiouutmeaningthat: they have too much bile on at Willington, Abbeville District, S. C. He commenced the studyof savages, and therefore thrown of Consequently they were exposed

fiMlvk% | -iK VehH do. Plain black and blue Sauodo. -: be forfeited a!' aforesaid to proceed to Hell the line : the stomach On the other hand,when the flow of the Law, under the direction of Joseph Alston, former Governorof to the weather, and being without provisions, 'excent sncfr corn

Finn.uiodilo.I fancy figured do. at public outcry it' the lngl'rsi bidder before! the batik i'bile ill diminished, the process of digestion is imperfectly South Carolina, and one of its most eminent citizens, and finished as they could 'underwent almost incredible! privations, and-
V.ti.*. of superior uahty, Fancy ing houvein the ci.y"f Tul'aha: ",cc.'aftcrgiviuir ten performed the patient becomes weak and parch. : '
Colored '
I it in the office of Mr. Simmons a distinguished lawyer ia Charles
5ilkdi! ..-Jo ''. .\'elvtl-Fair fancy Thibet days notice, by publication in all tie! papers pub emaciated, becaune nourishment contained in the sufferings. Two of their number volunteered !. hazard their lives J'
caWeJ\ ilk VT -: .et Fancy figured do.-superior lishrd in Tallaha nee,of the time and place of sale:I food taken into the stomach is not properly extract ton. He was admitted to the Bar, at Charleston, in 1821, and came in an attempt reach the white s. nt3'and'procure '.uc.e o'itri1

qutli! y a J ,If..-.t.'le'utsilk' Vel ict do. and the purchaser thai), within ten days thereafter ed, and the fo->d is ejected in a crude state.I Dr. the succeeding year to East Florida, to which his father and family They left by night in a canoe,came down the Withbcoochee,and .

A sape T qa-iluv' of Ladies Cloth.. Merino execute to the bank the buud and mortgages ne- I I Peters is confident that the fa.mousUygean The- had removed a short time previous. He was shortly after admittedto ter encountering the most imminent perils by land and sea,protected :
Tuil,and lfia.k Cloaks. ce*.ary to constitute him a stockholder, and be I J ry, so called, that impurity of the blood is the practice at the Bar, and pursued his profession at St. Augustine, I
Cnildrciu' Gerram Jackets and Pant. subject to the fume rule. tegulitliutiF, and JeMric- I! csuse of ahliaeaseut"isa jrreat absurdity. Kvery by a merciful Providence, arrived safely at,the CapitoL "Never cnn j"
and also chosen to fill the station of chief clerk of the
Mtnn C aval-., black Italian silk do, superfine tion,;and bu entitled to the same rightc, privileges,' one who reflects upon the subject a. moment, will was responsible cease to remember,the deep and thrilling excitement which prevailed .:
{.tiled do.Linnen and immunities, us arc guaranteed to an original perceive that impurity of the blood is.a secondary Legislative Council of the Territory. He was subsequently ad. throughout Middle Florida, when these messengers delivered. .

f\\ silk Pocket HandkcrcKief-. stockholder : provided that the sale and forfeiture not a primary complaint-the effect and not the pointed first by President Monroe, and again by President Adams, letter of the brave Walker, and rewted the tale of the sufferings, e- .

Cotton nnd woolon nlnrts and driiwers. Cloth do. of shares. not nj.erate tu dfvetl the bank of any cause of disease. H'hen the functions cf the liver upon the recommendation of a large number of citizens of East and fortitude of their comrades 'left in the 'Blockhouse' It. .1
8)15 dl Cl 1drtns.10. lien which it may have had en the proper of the are deranged and the flow of bile increased it is posure, ,
Florida in session of
that the
to a seat body. At 1827-8 he '
Oak1and'Jhihaclphil( made superfine Boots. defaulting stockholder; but the same i-hall remain often taken up by the absorbent ve!nes! and carried was did not require eloquent or impassioned appeals to .OIICItIZflaraise to # ;}
Krjm rlothin' -of all descriptions.Barker's bound for the security of any debt he may owe the into the circulation, and becomes mingled with the again chosen chief clerk of the Council. During the year 1827 he the necessary force'and to'fly to their rescue. Those, there 'J

superfine Piiiladelphia, made fashion bank whether as payer endorser or, surely, until t blood jut in jaundice when the patient shows it in removed with his family and that of his father, Middle Florida.In beset by the murderous foe, were.our neighbors, and our.Mew'and. ;

Ate Fur lIall. the ame shall have been fully natisfied. his countenance. Now this impurity of the bloodis the years 1829, 31, 32, '33, and '35, he was elected by the peo associates. Many near relatives citizens of County were '
lens fine sillf, tro>len, Merino, and Cotton HosierJ. JOHN PA11K1I1LL, Cashier. i caused by an increased flow of bile and to remedy ]
to the Council and in 29 31 and 32 he
pie Legislative ; was '
them. With others f whom I notice now
March 14, 1839. 32 it you must correct the secretion of the liver,and amongst (some are ; prt- V
Braid Cloths, Cusimer.CI. Satinetls and Vest reitornii 16 a healthy state. : chosen its President. For several of the years I have stated he was sent,and therefore will r not name,) BELLAMY oD .'ud rallied in a'
iatuf all de.!xiption*. 17 if. Notice. Dr. the only representative of the Counties of Jefferson, Madison, .and "
Peters has spent much time in experimenting few hours the "Coars OF RELIEF, and under-.an. intrepid J leaders :,
Book B1nd1n.TIlE Jonathan Tall will act, and is my Agent with different vegetable medicines, for diseases Hamilton, then composing one election district; and on. the subdivision they crossed the Gulf to the mouth of the Withlacoochee as socedify ,

rcWriber will conlinae the abore bu i- absence Iron the territory. of the liter; and now offers his Vegetable Pill, as of the district, he was elected to represent Jefferson. In as in steamboat forced etb9a2Uthe
Wnf.: H. FRANCIS. possible a ,a passage in large
at the S. W. Corner of WaKbingtooSoare Tallahassee Aug.1th, 1839.-3m.. that the best can,be moot prepared convenient for general, and use.cheapest medicine 1838 he was chosen by a large vote, a Delegate to the St. Joseph river to tba blockhouse, brought aU surrfvorsyiind rei
and Monroe having a complete V V Convention form Constitution for the State of
tMorlment of th. best of Linen Paper, be is now Lost JTUslaid. Dr. Peters flutters himself thai his long experimenting to a Florida, stored them to their families aad homes. Fathers '11d.'motlm, ,
or with vegetable medicines has enabled him and of which assembly be was one of the most talented, prominent, brothers and sisters wives and children showered .this.-gallant "
mblrd to manufacture Blank Books o(every dec NOTE for about *67,given by Harman Adams < ; on J
criplioa ,n hb1e for Banks Public Office*, Me,. A Jane 1839, payable to John E. Scott, to discover the true and only substitute answering useful, and influential members. He was married at St. Augustine band their blessings,'and.their gratitude. Can any (1)0'of you...who ;1

thajitu and ollH r*, in single or .complete nettsj.Record orjbearcr one dajr.after date. Also a Wot "AIVBA I'.all the purposes of mercurial without my of theirlUnAmt ':. i in 1825.to Eliza A. Williams of that city,(-daughterofGen belonged to it forget, that Bellamy was one of your.comradciJt Can
crib. Oire of
Ds.4 and Docket Hooka and all oilier by '1 ho/ Lint'.n, dated April 23, for prrai qoatlty Mrwtfktf-
1(39 112: Joseph M. Hernandez,) whom he has left with one son and five
JU" Courtscan be obtain dale lIe pill. is that they hue tbe alternative principle any one of you, who were then rescued, forget that'be was one of .
BMII used by County 6ti. payable one day after to John E. Scott. his loss.
.4itiiliort nitiro', ruled and bound in any style AH persons arc warned xgainkt trading for either of combined with their cathartic oroperalivequalilie*,, daughters, to deplore the head-most of the heroic band to:whom you owe your deliverance .:

rrquired and warranted equal to nothern or any jaid Notes,a*they are the property of the.ubllcrib r.Fert. M that they not only cleanse ihe stomach and bow. As a statesman, legislator and politician. Colonel Bellamy pos Defender of Elock-hoiue! .call to memory that night ,

'Itber manufictttfe. rarticular attention will be 21. J839. JOHN E. SCOTT. elm by purging, but they regulate: the liver change sessed enlarged and liberal sentiments. Upwards of ten years inti- when the watchful sentinels, awaking their comrades,'gave information
paid to old Books, Newspapers Magattaet > the morbid secretions strengthen the dige.tive orjans mate association with him friend and fellow '.
re-bmdiiif as a as a public servant
10 CONTRACTORS. purify tin blood. invigorate the Circulation,, of the rapid approach of a boat, with muffled oars, apparently
Music Bunk". &c. in plain or
niimental Pscuphlet landingr 10 mitch patterns. Paper S BALED PnOl'OSALy will be received by and give tone and energy to the nervous system. enabled me to know him well. In his political principles, he filled! with men. You cannot, bythe indistinct light of the moon, .{

raid fur Bill, Letterc.. the undersigned, at his office, in Tallahassee They are mild and pleasant in their operation was a thorough republican, and indeed, some of those who disagreedwith discover the character of the approaching party and you are.in 5

He bit for sale a good assortment of Blank uuti1 tie 31st of the current month, for the repair and convey almost immediate conviction of their him in political opinion, have reproached him as being too doubt whether it not be the stealthily endeavoring to
JkQ'l.f.uer and Writing Paper ruled or plain uf| of n portion ..(the road from this city to Jackson. utility from the first dose. They can be taken with ultra democratic. lie often repeated his conviction of the truth of may enemy,
yule far hence San Pedro. of and ( surprise you. The deepest silence prevails, broken only by the accidental
tbebetiiiaiif.! Ruled ufeviry description.AA reaching as as safety by persons any age; the feeble the the old maxim that trorld if much." '
] paper republican The. governed too
orders thankfully received and promptly at- The road.way must present surface 25 (twcn- infirm the nervous and delicate, arc slrenglheo- splashing of an oar, or the booting of an owl on the bank_of
leaded to. P. A- UA YW.\RU. ty-five) feet wide in the form of an arch ; raite'd ed by iheir qperation, because they clear the system He was the unyielding advocate of the sovereign power of the People, the river. Each one of you stands with his arms prepared,jilt is the

.aUab"IIe4', July 13-tf one fool at the (crown and free from all trees of bad humors, quiet nervous irritability, and and of their right, under our forms of government, to decide all foe, to give him a bloody re eption. \Ve will repulseS him or die,"

.' Out-hex, sluing, logs, or other impediments ; andon rectleMness from whatever source, and invariably questions of a political character, which they had not expressly and is the determination of heart. boat fast'n
NEW GOOD ea.h side, rf ditch t (three) feet wide will beg produces round sleep. every
clearly delegated by positive provisions of fundamental law.
nuWnlx-r has received per the sLip d,. except where causeways will be rt''luiile.alld The Vi getable FilLs are a sure remedy fcr jaun. away if an enemy,you will fire; when a voice is heard,bailing you in
firm believer in the of the American for
THE :,jui.t arrived from Liverpool a ..plcli.did III uch situations us do not present probability dIce,sick aud nervous headache dyipeptia eostii e- Though a capacity People the terms you had dictated to the messengers se'.t for relief No

lllOOf1mOlIl'lf t.ujH'rfine broad tlot.u1, CQllllllotillg of the fcuilacr I lit ing waMicd away, or of becoming ness, sickness of tho stomach heartburn all billions self-government, and possessing an undoubtiug confidence in the durability sooner is your cheering response, "ALL'S WKLL,"'pronounced, 'than .

*.liii ful.i! .iiig colors! : buggy according to the decision oftho npcrint. complaints, fevers of all kinds and i if taken at the of our free and happy institutions, he had apprehensions that simultaneously, a thrilling and deafening 'shout bursts.forth from boat V

Blue black wool dyed, lIt1mg officer. Causeways, with open paiutagessufficiently commencement will in variably check then progress the practices of partial and vicious legislation, recently so much pursued and blockhouse,-from the BESCCKUS and the SESCFED! Another
Clack, do. largo to discharge all running waler, and save the patient from a protracted and danger.
do. in .
our and which is from the '
country, by "power stealing
many and the boat has reached the shore and relatives and
luvitlhle and rais >>n (re"lI.green -ver all buggy giound and Mnall creeks ; lypocondrical affection, loss of appetite, and all to the few, unless reformed, might impair the usefulness, and injurethe friends interchange their joyous greetings aud congratulation The

Dahlia, light brown, and such portioi. 01 them as are made ol wood complaints to which females alone are subject.They character of those institutions. He was the advocate of restricted post you,hod,so bravely defended, is a.Landonedw.d destroyed, and ,
Adehide must be made of cypros or hrarl or pine. Bridges operate an a mild and speedy purge and area legislation, and for leaving individual enterprise,industry, and speed homewards to anxious families and: ezus. I have "
!ilu listened the
solicited relate
to Bellamy when to interesting "
for future Uip Miliou. Since I have introduced Pills to
he will wake to on'cr in the bent and my Vegetable '
i'Ut ijle Off3lhinn.1 up the cloth have been The work divided into, two IIl'ctionlt. one the public have received numerous certificates of aggregated capital, (whether renl or fictitious,) with ex- of that exploit; and speaking of the many stout hearted men who '

punlinej *xprc".ly for this market they will be reaching from Talluhak.ee to the Oulla, and the their superior efficacy in curing diseases also, traordinary privileges and immunities, might tend to cramp the energies shed tears of joy, when your safety was accomplished (though hi?

fuoud as joui u an; of Britain's b..d lulrn.DCNN1S6IIKA other thence to San Pedro ; and pernutis wishing msny letters from respectable phy..icilll',9o'l.o have and weaken the independence of the individual citizen, and give own eyes would be suffused, while engaged iu the exciting narr ion,) -I"
bid for the whole! musl ofler fur each section used 'J>em in their with the bout those concerned in
io practice success.I such associations, too great a monopoly of and the dauntless spirit of the true soldier. and patriot, wouldgleani in '.
No. 4 lierr ', Row. separately stsling the price per mile. might pullish a small voiuiie of certificatesbut control the labor of Had l
) over, the community at large. he lived, his
*'113. J8i:!. 41 HI*. Fur the work u hen inepeclcd and received,pay consider it unnecesnary as the medicine will them, as be exclaimed, with deep emotion, "It vas proudest mo.
me.t.tn be made monthly, deducting 20 (iwt-n recommend itself to all who will make trial of it. .most zealous efforts would have been exerted, to effect reform on meat of my life!" ',

FU LtN ITU RE. ty) per cent until the contact i il fulfilled, in on Prepared by Jos. Preslley Pl"terl.ltf. D. No. 129 these subjects, in our local legislation. Although he acted upon these For nearly four years, large portion of this county, has been V continually V

B UaE4 U X,1'.11.1., M \;nnyand Can< m-at Ilotr"tiol whereof} no bond will be required. I Liberty street New York. Each box contains 40 principles, he was never found after the fashion of selfish demagogues subject to the attacks of bands'of hostile Indians, -
CLairi, Bcd tad, single and double Hair W B OUION, : pH It. Trice 50 cents.For V sale by : boasting of his unbounded attachment for,and devotion to the midnight
llUaues the and thefamih'ea of the defenceless
&.c. For tale burning habitations murdering '
by Capt. ofTup'! Engineer. T&Hahallee-Randtllrb & Lewis, Edward. Bar i People. He was far from being indifferei.t to popular favor, but the "
JF. II. FRANCIS TiUabullcf. Oct. 2, lB3a. 4t nurd. citizens. On such occurrences? Colonel Bellamy J1U'tp of .
I.a'lluee' J al i 9 I3i! 23;f popularity he wished, was that which follovt, not that which is purnied. the "first in "'of the foe
Thomaiville-Simeon Smith, E Srixas the saddle, and foremost in pursuit, "savage .. .
Notice.STRAYED His political career was marked by a manly independence, *
Monticello-A Wirirk and one of the most active ii affording relief.his sufferiag'ceigbjjora.
PROSPECTUS from the tuUcribor near St. Marks &fic&lukieuroel ft Taylor an straight-forwardness,lofty elevation of mind, patriotic devotion '
open Living on the frontier, in an exposed situation, }he.prudently erected
OP THE Sept., two while Ur.nd one Quincy-Dr Davidson, James Thomas & Co. to principle, and integrity conduct, which obtained for him a
around his "of thovsqIions
IIorie while feet and blaze face and ono glass 13-tf pickets residence at_which many
Lay Tallahasoee.July
CU illlliN H 2!iYdIAiA 3'Jr high character. In every deliberative body of which he was a member had been devastated the found '
ryeone black marc Mule. Any person eturuing "by savages _a, hospitable refuge, for
W EKLV ?APEZ, said Horses and Mule to the subscriber at Monti- 8200 REWARD.PROCLAMATION. his influence, if not always dominant, was strong and effective.He themselves and their houseless fznilies.V i :

J":W *lied by ALBERT It. ALEX.aL .\ cello, shall be liberally rewarded. possessed quick perception, strong and sound judgment and had As friend, our departed brother'was faithful and,sincere., Jfo '
*. relit Leon Middle Oct 1839. tf WILLIAM WYNN. : a happy and cogent manner of expressing his views: was always impressive : .
Florida. By Richard K. Call Governor oj the sinister efforts of the malignant or envtous,..could! weaken his attach '.

Tile Proprietor of the Southern Merchant, will Medical College of Territory oj Florida. and often eloquent. He wrote forcibly, but with great ments of this sort, or excitesuspicions against one in, whom hfr're.
t'iQlo.. niri number of his t? the public in Louisiana smoothness. He was one of tbe least selfish public men I have ever
paper confidence. Such efforts recoiled those who
sixth kession ot instruction in Ibol it has been represented to me, posed on practised
-.cu. HU Press will| be devoted chiefly to THE WHEREAS known. On the convocation of the last of which he
the first Monday in December. public body was them. and could' ,be '
"uncut affair Politics National Joel I, will open on K Negro belonging the Although: generous (orgiviu ., ;not fence deceived .
ktarcfuhly "d.odc d 1Literature., Scien.-e.or .II 4 Kules, term's and rtqui.ite of graduation the Estate of Richard Parish, Deceased charged with a member, he was urgently solicited by sevenl of his personal by the same :person. As V a neighbor, he was obhgiagaadconciliating

11,. LbPT&I I MU will 'n its Columns' be cncoura;t-d ; I lumea* in the University of Pennsylvania.. Any tbe murder of one Herring Hedged to have been friends, to be a candidate for the distinguished station df President of to all classes. As a master, ho wa?j just, but kind. His -
lad I number ofcubject fur practieal anatomy will beuppled committed in the County of Franklin, and Territory the Convention. I shall long remember his given in his characteristic '
Tr lmPr.07ements, in truth every l.mj Integrity admitted aU-hiS < He
UW free of Full courses of was by bravery doubediyiooe..,
dlic1wil aforesaid has broke Jail and made his ::. ".
promote the prosperity of FJonda Uien.e. emphatic manner. Geutler en, (said he) I came here
the of ardent and
alt enthusiastic
bo delivered a by Now Therefore, in pursuance of Law I do was an perhaps temperamentbutif
"D"uUcnbcr"? ardent if.n bumble Utter of whom "to serve the People not to serve mysel I do'tint want the place, '
: Thepi nciint eno1 surgery ; tbe will hereby offer a Reward of Two Hundred Dollar such characteristic was . Th:1LI|: ::per*** il ".J nt selected eipate thau can l be witnessed in any hospital in tbe hUNTER.any Jail in the Dmtrict of West session of that of its most talented and distinguished '
'nCwt| of assembly, one
Middle Council 'b
. ; Florida, and the border it, "like sparks from smitten steel i ,, rapericr' .fi.
Union. I Florida, and I do I hereby; enjoin all Magistrates and
that he man'of the
VJJ:,J ofpud ClrGeorfia. which win soon export $5, I.111Jfllo11aCd Pathology! J.HarrisonM. D. Peace Officers to be vigilant in the apprehension members remarked Bellamy" .w83'"a strongest "p rity of the metal.I His circumstances izf life being"easy] he.did
'lct In such bead and heart he had ever known. Those who have '
annUally. placcor stoutest
. for { "his '
. *oercjal M.erit Therapeutics.t I of the said offender. not several years before deathpractise profession.1fff
pultlnee. The intelligent UiIigonce is nf the higUea us'tl", un'rut w- t;. U. Barton, M. D. I Said tinnUr is about five feet ten inches high, entered political life, so young as :he did, have. rarely escaped the he had done so;he w uldbye, obtained a high .eminence inhj tot A .'

,, and community i C Theory and Iraelc of ilediriie very black, has an impediment in his speech and imputation of Ao'few' incon JJtencies.* An instance once occurred in be laiitatiotiend i the' *"B'
the cultivation of his
Surrounding i \vellll tr rd preferred '
J Country, can Jones M. D. mdependeae'e' '
11"peL17 has scars of three shut wounds in his left the or friends I .?
annuIlb gun which he was induced, by importunities personal to
asked for the support \If ar. J. L. M. D. an agricultural life. /As a citizen,'few could be fontd'm.jncou.munity :. '.'
"Pper and Pharmacy, shoulder.. He is a tolerably likely and .,
Cuomistry Rddel.
. devoted negro his ;
of the time
the inclination at
to vote for act own opinion
, ".. eucb bnDcb. 1 he under \ M. D. an against useful Oftbelo aflalrsof QoUnry bcrwar\
--' .k. Sttoe. peaks quicUy'wt.en spoken to. more your ,
.I.stript"* alld e e aioo. of ;bi.tpa.i.ronagc by: :.Suruery.AnHtomy.by: C. A. Non, o.. D. Given under my hand and seal! at tKn Capitol, although tbe novelty of,the questions and principles involved, prevented vigilant gUardia, and waa ever ready .contribute' his'ptrrse,liis !.

advcrts1.tiS I Ollriead diseases of I ;in the City of Tmliabassse. this 16th day of Oc his forming settled judgment. Important, and as he be. creditor his'personal exertions,'to any publi ? LLALEXAIELa A. IL.Cenas, M. D.: tuber 1B33. It. K. CALL ": lieved disasirous consequences resulting from ,tfiis vote, and..his ,
34 ,ear 'ayab1einadv 'uc% kaael & of utilityi "IOO'lut public act 'of his life, was'as' ,
| chamriafJT'
: AtJVtltT P/actkal G. W. Morgan, M. D. Oct. 19 Governor of Florida.. it I i
1:U1ENT.s An-omy. conviction that he had giving departed fzoms9und principles
erted the usni' this
on w HBARTON.. M. D.Dean ; meeting citizens of County; h.W a few weeks Since- 'dlu* :
Port Lee'Sepumber a.n I sometime since a black lratheniiunk caused'him deep mortification;and he did his, utmost to repair his ere place to aid in the foundation,of an institution honor of thosa' whohave -

I ta tbrOtlI 30 1839. PrDt LOST U opposed to have been forwarded bya ror,'and it4 effect That vote was sometimes the'subject of jocu. fallen in the war, and for the promotion of'eduction'-n. ""1: ft
out the : MoUnDI
r. Territory will MANCHESTER' (rout MooliceHo io Tallahassee.: Any lar.taunt, by myself to him. In reply to the jest he once observed '
fW.pneLor, by tLis wagon As a Mason !be was zealous active,and intelligent. To his&eVVtions 't
.. I'lc t. _r Q"b" giving l"rotpeetU; V V ..French Gubr. all eotora.V person .nu mar have the above rnrutioned Trunk "1: have confessed,repented, done penance,*strove to-make retribuv VV b s those of .
as mU any brother, is'owing toe estaUishjneni of .
> black. their wil) mush oblige the:subscriber
uPer in possoiuion, vrry "tion and I, absolution for ofl'ence4' It it
d. hink I ought to bwve that *
f j ,_ { in tiiis Hi -* ---
I P.r.ie: : Bombazines riOOI,Urcasatani.V by returning it, u't; contains nc.thlnz. that the lodge" vfllage. devotSm'ti iprinctpla ta 't"
G I.&QJA.TEa; 8.ECTI0 fir-t rate wi, Super French,English and German Merinee nsa be cftalae tb.m. i'- "the oojy:act my-f''litici lifet1 J.sincerely regret,! Colonel .:were. exemplified by oft rep f t.i'br'1... i e Q1 i" f:? ,

4 .L.. u...... aiiU&tia. 'dij) $-ptlent chock rattsliusCsmbrics Oct ij J83t.: i, J.' M. SCOTT.Wf .-' Bellamy was.an ardent advocate, for the inMoe iat!org niration of a :.-fill,. declarations .high regard.lor.1W t. : >.J'-, :1d' 'e1.IUa J.:4&CUll!..1 _'.
V the Florida and bY .adiiaiioVinto the ;
iJuJ of in.
u4 BoOk -.- V government People' ; our ; .
Ap'p110' JscoiirtMufl. V { wilh which .
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\ ; ay wafcaYej ... ; _.
! 'Ro'J, llkcKI4Y \ t t. 4i. Sij Cvits ore WkI- ',Ja.- j 'LJ.t'lT't1E' \ Union U State. He looked to the roceed* of) "th- of" ".,- .- .r. .- .J..' '..'.;

;. ",,83I. ,Ho iery Ql"r..pUwb of JYfil1.. deitqiPi formerlj'ocjBapied..'jKerr &Kirl> tho mufaificent donation byCoogre s,.,raJtom'aU 1hIUcJi :finger maCie'poibttd V 4/ inj. errDre, or '4'I ... ..
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;:ff;- "claimed.-, "Sttffiff, ; '' the tpek# r of human, !r rice, wo. referred to fhe regular troop as lou that there are.po Indianathb-side cttizei of&9$|[l. 2jT7 -J" Vcf EwyoftKjoct.4: jnedown; I''.L '_-t. .r 4 ..Ii.. .N' t'r"U1

-: nature to plead in hit behalf; and reflect that;. THB FLOliIDIAN.' !}o e which should" be esoployeo1. ..JWe S Sawannec.' The'bbod of:,frontier '. J-' to da&" eice,.,<.t 'ofthe U. .: .f, J w ,

ti: perfection huntrer yet been attained; bGt II TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA S.., hafe no idea that oor country,ts to bej,who" ;.. Y.'I : ted Slates baUiififch, in onqaeoca of

' 0 that"the wisest AS well as the' mart:WtuooaJ. : larrased5,from time to'thM by dragging ourj by the expression of" such opinions, wflTslattf;the*'pbbjicadoatbeir' drcn&r pab&bedbelowr.mao

f. **of men bare erred* -Hb' meritorious ac-i Saturday Hloralnff, WOT. 9, 1839. citizen from their occupations, boma.and the hands of those who'thoa.act. We warn ..2per cent,,'over. the dosing prices j.bath -.i: ;
:: "t ona then let us .admire'and imitate and] 1 should 'them'that such bnot the eathat there ;of yesterday. The American Exchange tesh' ?the fri t
Hrom hiM defect derive useful in8tructioo.My. ." o- Divine Service will be performed families. Suffering as we are we .attacks Bank fell'off 3 cent North American tii C the l
k. be called furnish to;ckwe is as much, i if not more ,danger .from, pet ; :
'' friends, I hare spoken of oar deceased morrow morning-at 11 o'clock the Epiaoo- not upon to troops The ''T LBkmer'f ;' or Cornraerce, 2TJ 2fFal:: wintry fire aide. N o..... ,
since the *** B
than time war. y
the It is of the genecff government now, at.any r
j-: brother*s a statesman legislator, politician, pal Church in this city, by the Rev. Mr. war. the'duty ( .Trust 2L4 ; Harlem:rail ral 1 ;
Ii? soldier fine citizen,and aa a friend and as a; Loe. aud of ,the regular army ;..nd.we Indiana are, we doubfnot, in want of provisions -,,.Boston Providence,.&4;'UtkaaadSch* The whole :. ,

;I: .' ,I bare forborne to allude to hIS are for holding them responsible for it, and and they will soon recommence plundering. ectady, I.Important. S with ineodiari ; T.on "1 b ir' t

;/ Other relations In life, and will still forbear, cr Rev. Mr. Rice will preach in the for their doing it promptly. We will hold Every plantation should be guard :CrC1iZW.Th Bank of the :-. with spreadrng bayc, "'B't

-, except to render him the jurt tribute of having Presbyterian Church to-morrow at 11 o' the officers of the army to their duty, and i if ed. United States in 'New York has. issued the a eteg.i.r. -
: been dutiful as a lIOn kind and devoted as n clock. they do not do it exposure and disgrace sial We deeply regret to learn from some of following circular : emote : :,
husband and parent, an4 affectionate as a Nxw YOAK Oct. 31,1839. jrazette mentions an attempt a.
returned from the North ,
who have
heretofore shall friends t l
Our not our &
* brother. I cannot say less, but I refrain o- Rev. Dr. Levic Pierce, will visit this follow. press s S ,M Sir-In compliance with the instruction Westetu Ec'Hotel, Oat

>- fram saying more, because I would not will: cily: on Thursday next and preach iq the eve be silent. It is the business of the regularsto that a notion prevails there that the people of >f the Bank of the United States at Phikdeljbia ['be, CI b P

f: ingly cause to bleed afresh, the wounds of ning in the Methodist Church. Services will fight our battles, they eng-ige to do it-they lorida actually desire a continuance ,of.the I am directed to notify you",that the sstabliahed a patrol for the a-

). those of his bereaved and afflicted 1at1resi be continued for several days. get paid for it ; and we are for holding themto Indian war, for the reason U it is supposed, payment of your notes due to their agency )roperty. Their appreheoaions were o6'

who are present. Twice within period j the contract. If in the expression of our that mAny Floridians are making fortunes' byit n this city, will be required at maturity. ixdted by the. presence of hip -h
hare the tenderest and dearest ties of and undeserved I further instructed to inform and vagrants, a o.er
: We conclude this week the publication ofj opinions we should advance some which con A more atrocious ca- am you apecrenninthat

humanity, been rent asunder in this Mr. Westcott's Eulogium upon Col. Abraham flict with the dreamt of others, we cannot !umny of the citizens of Florida, than is contained that from the great desire of the bank to ef is swarming all ,e the
But a few months hare elapsed, since a blow feet a settlement to these claims they will receive We sometimes think that b New O b
The contained in this is it. If omit to here,, in this imputation. could not be uttered. .
from the hand of Providence, struck to the Bellamy. part paper help we bespatter praise from you, in liquidation of the same have more than our doe 1 "

earth another of its mcwbers,* in the pride of interesting to Floridians, and will repay its or applause there, to give this man a puff or Some few individuals in the commencement their post notes, bank bills payable on de :a the great facit arowi lair D 1 *. S

r youthful manhood and.vigor, and under circumstances perusal. S the other a plaster, we may offend some who of the war doubtless bettered "their condition, nand, or the capital stock of the bank at par :wod enjoyed and the to ijt

: calculated to give poignancy to are very touchy or sensitive in this regard. but hundreds have been totally ruined. Our tinny time previous to the 5th of Noveaibe; jencieaf extended t them. Tha'g

I their grief (or obis loss. Emulating the patriotic The St. Louis paper announces the de.! Be it so. In charity we have perhaps often country has been kept back at least ten years ext." :o be closely wach I sufficiently t o

example of his elder brother, in the cease of JOSEPH 31. WHITE. He diedat omitted deserved censure of the same persons by this war. It has been raging nearly five \Ve cannot but look at the measure an 1 fact of rent occurrence. A few

II incidents I hare related, he volunteered wIt the residence of his brother Dr. T. White should and it is close than nounccd in the foregoing circular, as one ol igo a noor.ler,named -. dJI
and in scarcely nearer to a
common gratitude they years,
the"araiy of his country, Being violently in that city, on the 'moriing of the 19th of ( great liberality Certainly we should thin] wa up by police of Lafay
off. when it commenced, and it will take five
tacked disease, ho compelled to allow to us as a sett
by was MOn !
October, of an obstinate and violent billions so, were it our fortune to stand in the relation suspicions ch3racer, having bees
return homewards, but ho was not permitted and As an editor we are careless whom we years for it to get back to its flourishing con.! >f debtor to the bank. The stock of tin wanrg about at night under rstb C
order of talents attainments
again to meet his parents and fricnds as he fever. The high please or oflV d, if we are satisfied we dour dition at its commencement. Our citizens bank b at a discount of 25 per cent. Every vocal crmnce. 10 the p b

hoped. The vital spark fled before he of Col. White displayed in Con duty. We. have heard much of misrepresentation have been murdered and our whole frontier debtor of that institution, therefore, has th<. before the magistrate, o

reached their residence This has occasion gress and in the Supreme Court of the Unit._ of our editorial of last week, with from within twelve miles of the Capitol to St. offer of a deduction in the amount of bb lia iou, hb person was rcb. O Ju E.
ed their last affliction to be felt with superadded led States, and as a writer the Spanishand the he avail pockets contained a thre rial
upon i bilities, to same extent provided once SBed'
Intent Our motto laid We have been reviledtnd ;.
: to injure us. yet bj Augustine waste. .
; weight. Sacred be their sorrows. Let Civil Law, was admitted by oppom-nts 1 liimselfof the present opportunity( of dbcharEjiug i a liquid in which were floating three or ."
Faire. attacked we shallrepel slandered cowards and forsooth
"Laissez now
rude indelicate baud invade nous small slicks of
f. no or heedlessly a \ Life color
hb im.tbtcdltSs&m. Adt \ ,and
as well as friends. In Florida he was a faforite : iocaar
,t them or rend anew their lacerated hearts. the attack, and perhaps assail b return. [the story is hatched, up anew that we desire ." --- two kxig. The viI was and a .
No differences
with the emp.red.
But we can without such violation of decorum people. ofl.In regard ta Col. Davenport, we have had a he: contir.tance of the war. The Northern 01110 BANKS RUIN EITHER WAY Some persons prtsect,oze
( expression to those ipinitn on national politics, or the continued hW The sjspensioa of specie in the he nature of the udso
give regretful emotions conversation with that officer respecting Abolitionists and allies of the savages dp payments preparation, bre

we aU feel for the loss we have all sus. assaults of political antagonists for yenrs!refusal of provisions, and presume he can not stop at any thing to traduce the South, Atlantic cities, must be followed by a gene fragment from' one of the .b sticks,m
::1 4 tained,-we can yield to them our heartfelt could wean or alienate the attachment: his:; of district. rat suspension. The Uiuks that continue toi.iy b it on the floor sob of a
justify Fiis cour>e to the people this or, to injure Southerners in interest or m
'. sympathies, and ask to mingle our grief and devoted .friends here from him. i Ue was cho.' will be dr.ii.ied "of their coin in a very )pot. A blaze instantaneously
tears with theirs. We should tender every five successive Con. It has been misrepresented. Our paper i in reputation. Unless the National Government oliort time, by that pruce.Ajd. in Ohio, from the phosphorus. was f ap
sen terms as delegate :ogress I
consolation, in their affliction, that we can -open to him ai.d his friends if he thinks proper are more just and more effective in affording suspension u attended with still more serious scorch the clothes of the gentleman rpi.t"

bestow. That of humblo resignation to the by flattering voles against various call. : to use it, or we will authorised state the us protection, we shall begin to think consequences. By the banking law of last he epert and the flame played wh m

will of God, and others springing from the didatcs ; and on the organization of a StAte facts as stated to us. he value of the Union may "be calculated.", session, February 16,1839, provision is mad I the long enough to prove a

t copious fountain of the Scriptures, it is the would doubtless have been: selected as one of; But no we take back that expression :-] hut if ay bank-of the state, suspend specie addition of a few combustibles, th i bat t,

more.appropriate and becoming duty of thoseto her first Senators. lie started in life poor-, Uehavobc.'n informed since the publi. we are now a weak, powerless territo. payments, for a longer term than thirty days aoon kindled into a large fire. T r

minister, \vhwse sacred vocation it is and his talents acd industry caused him to ration of our l hut paper that the report o'' poor influence. ii any one year, the present judge of the being intert a to h rn p

to inculcate and enforce the maxims of that attain a high eminence. He was perhaps 'either Gen Macomb or General Scott ljin c: ry-we have no political vote or court of Comm Picas Circuit, in which the ing p phosphorus that hen was
Holy book, example well aS1 % [)nce a State, with three votes for the Presi. bank is situate shall issue writ for the the habit of ste
"by as as by precept.It wen known and as generally respected in Eu. ordered to take ch-irge .'f the Florida war i i. a sequestration juggling Cld tricks

is difficult, 1 know, to realize to our in this In 'inconccl. and that General Tavlor i.i i still f' lency,-with two Senators and one Representative of such bunk and, through the wit i for. the dve of ply ._
minds, the.fact, that we have parted forever rope as any public man country. -1'< = in Congress, we should have more sheriff dd Ii\er all its etfects to one or oWe\er th may we fear thcxJe
in this world, from him whom we have so private life he was a generous and high toned.pl' )e continued in ..omman Wu are hihgmaLif1d ;} nore regard paid to our rights and interests. of the bank commlss ouers. The morel to"play were t of
learn that Gen. has no I
often met as an associate, brother and friend; gentleman. To his political friends ho was; to Taylor ordered Posterity will shame on the Nation forts sioner is required to proceed immediately to, innocent character. The fact furnis&ei

t' and between whom and ourselves,there havebceu faithful and devoted, and his loss will be deplored .*[ all th* forces he ran ipare from other say of this war. collect the debts due the bank and dispose of: important hint to our police. It is 'aha.I

such repeated interchanges of kindly by here and elsewhere. He'
offices and sympathies. But he is goner! many 'mlch exposed to Middle Florida, and in. MOBILE, Oct. 26. payment of i its debts, for which purposes special made, similar discoveries might be made oa
warm advocate and of
That hand we were wo.nt to seize in the was a promoter ,1 Sends forthwith to adf nt the most active and COTTON.-Some small transactions have comm iotcrs may be appointed by the the persons of other :. If it be tn.
; warm of friendship and brotherly love schemes of internal improvement, and had board. i hat
: grasp principal : I desperadoes are about
1' measures with all his troops to aken place in this staple the past week, probably prowling our
is now chill in death,-that arm which so the welfare of Florida deeply at heart. The vigorous I more with the view feeling the mar. We believe the provisions of this law are streets, with pockets filled with igoitibfe cos-

bravely wielded his flashing sabre ,in the front health of his accomplished lady compelledhim scour the wh'-le country nest of the. Stiwan.nre tet, than from other cause. We learn of peremptory. The bank foromissioner must. terials, the urgency'of the case calk for t&estrictest

'; rank of battle in defence of his country, it for some years past to be much absent and driv. the Indians beyond that river. bout 300 bales any of the new crop that have apply to the judge, who must order the sequestration. surveillance and no means sbaeld be

:, now nerveless,-that voice which we have from the territory. but he contemplated returning -:tSeveral coirpanie* *regulars are ou their hanged hands, the quality classing as fully It is thus that the Ohio banks left untried to detect the scoundrels-iY. (X
hear4 supporting the rights of his fellow to ihis VII'llIill for that object. Gn. are exposed mutter ruin either If they Bulletin.Correspoodeace.
here and making his pennanent abodeat way ood fair to good, at 13i cents, and fair at 12i way.
citizens against what be believed were un. TaJ Icr will comm 11111) in person. The defenie i 13c. Every thing however is still so un. continue to pay specie till their last dollar i is
his beautiful residence Jefferson
encroachments -and in tho in (Casa ofwhe fhilad. U. s.Gszr.1te.
: just ; advocating of ilu- E 'st will vve learn be left to Col *ettlcd, that we do not yet feel justified in esjtablibhing gone, then the sequestration must come. If
great principles of civil and political liberty! Bianca) in the spring. As n tribute of res. :: table classifications acd they surrender at once, the commissionermust NEW You, ..
with ihe Militia of that section. WiLtiu a
with force and eloquence, is now hushed--j pect to his political and private worth, we ;fMill-J, tions. quota. pay out the specie to the first that makes The action of our banks bof coase s

that eye which once beamed with the teder, have placed our paper in mourning. | ,t this effort lo rid LIS of the foe miy bfsucressful < Considerable bustle and activity are exhixted mand-so Ihat all the specie in our banks the meeting of merchants held l last ais r:

t emotions of affection,glistened with the pearly] and final. When driven beyonrrthe : in our business haunts in preparation for is exposed to distribution in a very short time:: not yet definitely settled and !ill not & .

t tear pf benevolence, or kindled with the holy Death of Col. J. {. White.The Citi. Suwannre, the estubli-thmcnt of n line of he approaching season, and the wharves and all their debtors are liable to forced payments ill the steam boat has gone. Tha esz .'t ,
fire of patriotism is now forever dimmed-1 j know the Union Bank has offered to sxtcoi '
without delav.
7t zcns of Tallahassee, and all others of this posts on ihnt river cos! logclh-r, keeping up reseat quite a lieely appearance, occasioned Nothing can save ,
I the heart that throbbed with manly and generous Tcrriton',"horn this notice reach r.nn'inul1lscollts, between them and a sirirnbo.it >V the reception merchandize. Still we the.banks. and bank.debtors but an.ability $40.0,000 and five or six other Leaks ban
feelings now throbs no more. In a few I may ,are re. like sales We continue specie payments by the banks. >fiered the same, in proportion to their dpi-
I brief moments, we shall visit the tomb where; quested to assemble in the Saloon of th e city running on the river may tiyp. our fron- perceive ire advised nothing by those engaged going in the on.business, From this devastating ruin there seems to be al; but on condition that all the othtrtnfatbookj

his body lies in the icy embrace of the King of, Hotel on Wednesday afternoon, the 13th inst..tier permanent protection. The dUtres.- hat it would be very apt to mislead, to nt- )0 other escape. None but one is practicable increase their issues'to the amea.,,

Terrors; there to pay the honors due to his' at 4 o'clock, to pass such resolutions as maybe ::and evil caused lo our citizens by the past re- empt for the present, any thing like establish. a special call of the Legislature, withit ent. .' ,t

worth as a man, and as a brother of the craft.! appropriate with regard to the death of the Vpeutcd rails upon our militia is great. Be- quotations of rates in the grocery and he thirty days, to modify this law. Th Tbo Bank of-America and Manhattan CK'

t But though his spirit has fled to "that undisJ lion. Joseph M. White. !f ides tho harraa-sing; vrx,.tio.'s ; lh vast a- western ng produce business, as prices are en. wide spread destruction business and property tare not yet made known their d '_'

covered country from whose bourne no trav! ,mount of labor abstracted from the commu- irely nominal,and those not likely to rule on that the law must work, in Ohio, par ion, and it is feared that theses latter w... "
ller returns he will often be in: is sufficient vindicate this :use to enter into wbatefl.
t yet present We received the following anon"mouslet.1:/nit the influence of iln life )usiness opening. ticulariy, to call. arrangement i
; memories and hearts. His virtue ramp upon the md thus the '
our many notwithstanding opinions entertained b nullify entirely proceediapd
tcr this week through the office : ) ,
i post is beneficial
not and it is in truth} -
)iarc secured a place in our affections, per.: I-)oung NEW YORK. Oct. 22. he Governor and the ruling powers, on the the others. .
manent and enduring. The void created by! LION COUNTv, 6th Nov. 1839. .i gone of the most nfHicting !grievances of a war. Later from Europe.-By the arrival of the subject of banks. 'Imagination cannot conceive The mercantile community will tbs k

his death in this community, cannot soon be' Sir-I see an editorial piece in your paperofSaturday \3\Ve believe lhi Gen. T.ivlor if he hisS packet ship Duchesse D'Orleans, advices one the waste that an immediate bringing toa left to take what measures they see fit, aaJ*

supplied. ,As citizens as masons, in the vn. which surprises me very much,!' blood hounds n* i in stated he: will my espc! day later than those by the Liverpool have forced market, the millions of property necessary s not improbable this will be, to pay BO mow
rious walks of life it will be it how in the world coud: you have published, bank debt jotcs whatever.
: seen, will the I Indi.uis; from Middle I Florida, although avve )een receiven. to pay our must produce in
awaken the recollection even of those who such a palpable lie 1 have before slated we regard his force ai The general intelligence relative to the the Slate! Nothing like it was ever heard ofiu --

who knew him but partially, to his value and You are aware that you have cast a slur small United States Bank, the Hottinguers, and the| the collection of debts. Exchange "England without altenQos.
too lo certainly efiVrt such result. If
usefulness! and will his be )n the Militia of your country, and to praise: The banks 9 1-2 10 udsome
,- cause example to Rothschilds, is entirely: undecisive and we Cincinnati Ga::. are drawing at a ,
i pherbbcd and commended. C 'l. Davenport as a valuable officer in Mid;; the Indians nr8 once certainly driven east nf find the follou to be the private bills are ia the market at 8 M
die Florida. Pray what has be done, I. the Suxvannee and established ing important Correspondence, of the U. :. Gazette.
i This deep the men..Mwlio .ink to rest" : post our 'tern on the subject, which is likely to pull 4 9. On Philadelphia, 94000 were sold a
will tell you what he has done, when orders; Territorial br disbanded nnd NEW YORK, Oct. 24. 89 and Baltimore at 88.
tan 1 :their c.untry's wUhei blest! troops can re- lhe stock of the United States Bank a little $3200 oa ,
were received from Gen. Taylor, his superior .! There is no change in the state of the mo.
When spring, with deny finger cold, turn to their homes end families. To accomplish ower. Treasury Sole*$1000 in Treasury oct
to furnish us 300 men with rations, arms,' ley market. The distress men ofj
"Returns to deck their ballow'd mould, this desirable result, all the troop Havre letters of the 21st speak of the, among [sold this inomiug at par.
ammunition, and transportation, he would; j business is as deep as ever, aud the bank die
She Uiore hall Arm a sweeter ,od), S honor of the bills and Every description of stock has gone A> aagaia
now in the field hnnl l Co.opf'rilt with Ihe rejected by Ilottinguer I
; fcTh a ran.y'm feet luro ever trod. not the Q masters to issueit to us. (rectors still are determined to come into no to-day, w ith the exception of Pfflte
Co. undetermined. One
By fnirj .lunds their knell fI run;, This is what your valuable officer has regulars! and dnutl"s.'olunlp..r! companies as a question yet measure which may indirectly I affect their States baLk which, in ( fa
of them reads thus cooseqaence
"Bj Conn uncen, their dirge it auuff done from the could he rni ed here nnd in Georgia to : ability' to continue The
Tltero honor eomr, a pilgrim retarding any meai., yeomanry renilerlhe specie payments. [publication of their circular, rose 2 per cent
.r. bless the turf Ihtt wrap their grey clay of the country, in place of urging affair, terre rflertivc. We have heard i i&tate it HAVRE, Sept. 21, 1839. best paper commands from 3 to 4 per cent vcr the closing price of yesterday. The

z "And freedom thail iwhile repair, as he ought to have done; aroticr! lie is, the .l that Cuusmnl(1408 is v illing Mlifl to Up to hat evening, the bills had not been, liscount, The banks have informed the committee American Exchange Bank fell off'per cent;
"To dwelt a weeping hermit there." volunteers did drive Indians: east of the Su- [ of merchants and traders, who waited Bank of Commerce
American 3-4
flrnc to Florid;i-that he nnd his draw men accepted, and it is now ascertained that no. North Trust, ;
, ilaior- ". Bethel Bellamy.t ,. wannee, and dislodge them from places heretofore "rfl willing lo serve their country cither in or thing will be done until the return of one of )n them yesterday for the purpose of urgiag 2 1.2; Farmer's Trust, 7 per cent
t: From the PitUburg Advocale.t known. 10m a volunteer, and you! he partners of Messrs Rothschild and Co. Ithem to receive and pay out country bank Harlem rail road 1; Boston and Providence
t" Launch of Iron Boat.-Every thing being ought to have your nose pulled and your ears out of Florida, without rerereii to a comnd who is absent from Paris." II'j [paper that they (tbe banks) can come into no 1; Utica and Schenectady. 1. '

:. |in readiness, the word was given to "cut away cut oft I m independent ot thp regular officers. Relative to the refusal of Hottinguers the' irrangement on the subject. Country Safe. We' cannot but look at the nyasnre innouured -

J ," and the boat started in beautiful style, One in the service of Florida.It I Likt: true patriot they look not lo !elf hut t" Paris Messenger says it arose from the circumstance .'Ity Funds .iotes and State security notes not in the circularof U. s.Bank as

} girding into the water without jar or surge. is an old saying that the man who wouid tlussr eo'Jntry.! \'e hope h.* will be invitediVc of the bills of ladirg of the cotton] deemed at the banks, are at a discount of one of greu I l.! .!4Y" Certainly we sbooWthiuk 1
Nine !inches astern nino and a half forward, % should be him in |5 per cent but the brokers have not the meansf it fonuueto S stand m the
I write an abusive anonymous letter, would] irntifieJ lo see supreme'rommnnd which was to serve as guarantee for the bills so, *ere our
: proves to be her draught. fteal, and if.he had courage would mur tr. but us giving such command t,1 drawn by the Bank of the United States, not > buying at any rates the whole amount of relarion of diLtora ta the Bank. The ***

:: Then, is without parallel. A tim.j decided 1 having been sent with the letters of ad\'iee,1 their notes offered them of the Bank\ ;s at a dkcouat of 25 per cent.
We do not think The of mililh officer. i< it seems :
i j )ber boat of her capacity, similarly construct so. handwriting any ag:1: which stated simply that the cotton whichwas All stocks h.ue declined. U. S. Bank Every debtor of hJ ins tutioo, theref"
1 his letter is good, and some of our hI the War Department we hope hi. nuhlaI. -, closed 74 a.decline of or
I fd, would draw twenty-one inches ; while pretty I to be consigned to Messrs iloithigucr Chares n tvu at 2 per 1astbelfleroa .auction in the I

'; the 'iron steamboat draws but nine and a friends think they recognise it, and that the ) priDe nnd etiquette will not retra'n him was purchased, and would be sent by the ::eat. Drafts o i Philadelphia are selling liabilities! to tht: same extent. pro

1-1J J 1 1 I writer ometimn a pretty clever fellow, but "mm biingingai battnlion. of br.are. Georgian! first vessels. By the arrangement which his >retty fively at 8 a 9 ; Philadelphia Banknotes veils himself M* the present opportY..'

10 guard against sinking, the bull of the they think that when he wrote this vulgar and aiding us. 1 aken place, the cotton which was expectedn [ at 9.:1 10 ; Baltimore Exchange 10 ischarging his k'delxl-d.ess.-N. Y.

:: boat has been divided into three compartments epistle he was probably drunkVe! have last Mr. Joseph London and Havre, will be consigned to |1.2Virgi.. M acd North Carolina 15. No Ado., .24/A Oct.From ;
Imu'i.On'educsday: kites of U ester.i funds, of them
j'j'I lengthwise, by two stanuch, water tight, Messrs Rothschild. though some
referred to.our article he finds fault wit .- J. W. Lee of this S iu them Irket.
bulkheads of roo. Either of these divisions Lee,.aon of1\.faj. couny .In Mans and other towns in France' sen- re the BotH> Aihs tikiartut
i' filling with water, would not suffice to sink We have'scanned every syllable, and are to who resides about four miles from the"San- jus riots had occurred in consequence of the A meeting: of dry goods merchants is to be JUorirf. The pressure uo

h:, the. boar. tally at a loss to discover how he could have dy Ford in Jefferson county, while going to superintend monopoly of grain. In some instances the eld this eve.Lg at the City Hotel, to con- Money market continues- unabated.mand .

f I Icrlugti in' 4eck is 150 feet, length of tortured any thing in it to abfat o f the role his negroes at work, was attackedby nilitary bad been called out, but %acted bui ider 0.' the measures which it will be propeor money for specie on the idifiereot be0

c,. keel 140 feet, breadth' of beam 25' feet 4 in. untetri. On |hp contrary, we speak, and party Indiana, supposed to be about a )once and then with a degree of indecision them to adopt in the*present emergency. the few last days has, prevented te*

. # phes, depth'of hold 6 foot. erer have spoken, complimentary of them.Ve .- dozen, who fired upon him. Mr. Lee was which only made the people worse. A quan ehef fbey be avow afforded, I understand them either, that the unless banks. some fibrdbg much aid to. the mereaacle
by orle
HELTIJ PF 4UGVSTA &c, did the opinion that ,there were ity of what was seized, and the mob were
express shot through the body but we are gratified to English or they must ndy.
'The. Health pf o'uf city' is improving fast illowed to distribute it among themselves, the agents importers Our merchantastlfl bold outbat
Indians. on this side Suwannee, nod our He armed the all .
\ at
learn, \vrecpver.\ was 'Q n body suspend payments.Within
:Puling the |/ut week wbay hud but four jwoers being indemnified by ,the authorities Wry great sacrifices to wstam frrhere
John opinioi has been verified. Wo did .not hint time of the attack and gallantly returned tht A of St. nxjaeT
; deaths by f r.rIq' .frpoi yjz Mr. paper Petersburg gives an account few d.tys has are no regular rates/or
a our
fifoon Ganter Mr all or suggest that the volunteers had not scoured fire and badly hurt was enabled to of a village called Fedoorovvaka at the past city put n
3Jr ; ,' Tnm''t', ( re although a brisk-arid lively WhTgh as three per cent per
u'quite' Every
sldent,) and one'negro ju Jhe country; andS the hammocks, or. done their duty-we did get on his horse and ride for aid. His uegroes lOOt of a mountain on the bnksofihtVoL., tenmboat that descends the river aspect., ,or comes months, was.paid to-day oa tint claSs

the number of new .eaB-s are duiiini! .b- not think so and we do not now think so. fled home immediately except one valuable ga, the inhabitants of which on the ,night ol by way of the lakes and every ship from the ass paper. SS

.jng| .. 'The wr trr hay b.een copl and cloudy We did givo our opinion that it was tropos- slave that is yet missing. Cries. were heard he 15th of June, were awakened by a noise ea 'ft "", .full of passengers. The great Ex&an oQ New Yo4 11 gio1rctolMNC1

.3 ,tod,we had a light rap), but i U .flecia the Bible with ten times the force then in the field, others retreated which induces 'the resembling that of'an_ earthquake ; and onrushing majOrity! of them are the absentees returning Ii;
the S
earth ,is oqjr icarcfly l percfptibje, f e'tedsyrt out found that a great part of the chants not paying thesruotes at
ito drive the Indians beyond the Suwanpee,, overtaker.. rom their tours of' pleasure. Not .a1 few .
nd the belief that the slave was probably had become detached from the raoun time.'
off further
cjeared carae opt atvarrn village .
". sqn ?andkv'epthertithembut f how this, can be )oweyer, arenew. comers. ,about. ,to. eek their SS
and shot. Several citizens rallied towards the '
the Indians river The '
as erer_ anij ifwe. are nnf; abqitly vi;tt-j by ain, and was moving ; lies in this great seat of comrasfce. S.S S 5.S
VimrA fmrnt twisted into a reflection upon either the offi. b search similar 'to that of immense
and and an
ff .Ihcoo J tjehrF our1,S as soon as possible jtion was o number of arrival from :abro4d is onhe
:ctns .I$ b.,. escsPeFt) far FO'IQUft! ;J' i :ers or men we cannot conceive. We sug.geiled of the Indians. They found the gin houwi of S.ft.floating on an agitated sea.. "TK$ 'unduations increase veryday.' 'The throng;Is pourug -. Tw-Tl .l.tnle.gg steved froci 'rTh8 -

: piD1a.A; ire, JrstJ"ur, l"t ,rusy' 8!r the congregation of a 'large u regular Mr. Andrew J. Lee had beeD'"t arjfire 'aud continued (fr;,IT1ree successive dayi: .,jn very.fastand)in !toweckoro.. the n ;

:g.IaJqce,$!;, 1cfsct oC .9ur citizens! ,JI't! force here to commence' this season. ot the, about.rq"rt-1.br.les of,cotton detfroyecl. The nd 5 then subsided ; no more than'seven bou post of,our..tranienl 'populatioor.lirin hareThV' &w
-qt cJ .-.Jreiirwe wiild cpnt>nr should. 'been done last fall were destroyed or rendered, : uiunhabit S ; -fbea1th ." Th
.Wr t right end .have ; rD present- : V
as Indians were !in the act of attacking the dwelling t.- : .
S dfVeteiera
1J(oweforftwr adrief Jq< ,kprp.airsjr,anfil w. a; Many pends.and ptber pieces r 'e.ty'isW :ratthealy;
and as a good'restjllpt'suchf j
; luira>: f ro"tt wbfcritctqnoi |Je J jortg, a s,we are]t we' bqt were driven off apdj.one:? pf theiipar. coyenu.WIUI.L WwrioV ...1.tut ; S r ':
could and -* .lm-\ "**iMt** ** "* % *. \ iuige I. rhepitIcrhiiwa
milttia "discharged t .
f that ,
'fa KbVes{ 'of being Able In oor,next tdgivr the plan, our: y'.it is $wlieodiifled.S 0' \wb, no, 1f r'h. "r'tI J -* K,...rW-.. e. di' "- .tt"i'Cue.v : :* i.2Iiitcuret
.. j return to their foome*, W. ereFH J.hcj ; ('Nobvesserelos( .. *->"* ti
: ivy* "srcpqpfbt"cjli' nc t""t ihe/.can .rptup !In] ; .We ;Jetm' dap*that sotreIndiit} durinjthb ? :*ns. 4goaderid u4tthere.! aatoof tb ( .
c. ufety.' probable future charactetrcf, /war.inti-. -! ) week-entered the' .of 7o& G:1; Ii oUot.d'' I. -ip 1 the iJQlla 01tdt'14 ;. S
field : .
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li' 'course ofthoao who Would IuU. ..
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! continues its dowurt DIED"i. ,_ XflLET-r. A ,LIST..n..c&.fa"ia1.tia. jJ.4 r'I .,"\1u.- '
ock market mornin In ibis city on the 'J4'&b.v1t.ol'ppopJ% '. I.", nn BE Babecribtn ; ." '. fieayTaflahnar, 7i."( Jtt't183f ., ..I .J. .f" '
fl* o&rd Saturday tftlll /I..! ... __ ;
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.At' .
O. hi the.51 J. i.1.
at a uniTersal decfioejof Mt.P; UAT% > it_ yeti oftuiage ,. Mh. CHOICE' MULLaT pkkiod .. be tent U the QeaeraJ Pod Offte'aa Dwtl stbr'I'UBBUTT&. ';. I JOlt, ? f } trr ft'\-or" S jot-
: ; -Ii. um United State Bank' Mr. H. was one of ollr.'o est and "most ..ftr nl. biw for cah.. .-; IMt.1L4 .'Al'&n'IJ.Wft.i't.' l' nt. .". '"(' .tJtf--.thre. :' WI0'. .' "'7j,a". ;

f the respectable ciiixens, and witifor, many years ._ : TAFT & AI-F-Y 8DEa 44..SO' LntirW.'O %b.T! '..F..f'ft oio.sp'g : f .., --'., .l.$ .. 40'I". ,-
oo Friday. tB1
the ame ] .
about .MubNo'.I839 3t. aiPti\ .18CJl arfeBEVTOJT& "" '
dCJ member of good standing in the Methodist '
lwardLayman .
Adetin DtcUt < ,
bicI and Stephen .
{ vu exceedingly: scarce most ex- Ch ieh. Aadenea Walker' Cbarlaa P I :I : ; *.--- FISHER.A I f .. _!.\11 .'i",1"- !''_ -.. ,, .." ,11 .z. .'
beeD paid { it. In 1. Strayed or Stolen ( i. ,
&aet& D k
rates bave Allq Job &I McMillan Dr Robert S. : :
: I much confuiioa prevailse ,-. PORT OF ST. MARKS.AKKXTKD. FROM TALLAHASSEE o* the 27th ulf., a Archer Mitt Elizabeth Moore W T C. : '. I1 "lB ': ,. :

) fMOey brokers take advantage of (bet Sotrel Hone with a white ttreak in Adam Wei B Moon Jfaj I" -, "OaaadaAer :Uoadty. th* 4th of !. 411'0, 'J' 0cm1.s1oaVerebaat7.. '

the and charge exorbt- IIM fate,, aid lost one eye. .ny person who will Bryant Mrs Eliza McAllitter Wn J ember, .tbe.Shop ,MARY, Aa. : 0
Of applicants, deliver Hid Hone or give information where hi BamnftoH Morgan Walter F '. matter, will ply between'Si
ferry .
-:, There are some, however, who Schr. Betton-Francis, from Baltimore, may b. found to the Mibocriber. lifinj near the BallMllThowat 3 Martin Chandler BMazweJI Mac a AM! th. Light, H.sUily.Uavtag 8t Marks l SALE DAYS-Wntan rf*.v* d a ta'yL r 1.tLds

10 an the safety fond and red back with merchandize to uodric*. Odockney, will be liberally rewarded. Any information ByniCartfiil '" Thomas at t o'clock P..". a ad ..Light'H aM.at 8 A H. -; 0 for -.Ie oa 0 aIoe Cred5i 0

; pe' licbis not redeemed in the city, at Brig Onay Tift"-Bugby, from Provi. lea at the office of Ibe Floridian' : will be Urltt MrS Rebecca UcGinnis John Jr Page '1.00*each- way. 0 TUB 8 betiiltw vfl r. at prin'.ht- II52r_ ,. .

'"" discount.! dence mdz. to P. H Swaim and others and thankfully received. DAVID WILLIS. Brown M C Martha Miller: N'-. %0 fl' AlfTDNrTHERNANDEZ.If owlogTrcsao(Lfttxi am a credit nf '.1.*.'* ,

1 W 2 per cent market i is represented 30 passengers-on 3d November. No 6th, :. 3tHaJ' Bienn George 0 I JIiDville P P 0 Lot-Co. '4.*. ,6m'fiaeLfe; 21 T *R 7L.t.No.l' }--.
For New Yorib.; '
the money '
ton Bnrteh Wm McPherson Rev James sa 29e : 0
*IIObetter l ; a steady demand for specie is Brig Hallowell-Smith, Boston, mdz. to Liniment Bird Cat. Daniel Mullina Jat J 2 Time taperior coppered -and- capper q'q'NWt &E1 'WI 4 .n' .

: &dofl New York account ; 320,000 sundries. 4 CERTAIN CURE for the following 4i.trea Bowen John D )u IOn Asa .r..t.anodj HENRYwarrantedA( E&W& 15.. 11I. Ot

I for this city on Friday ; checks Brig Statira"-Babbage, from NewYorkmdz. -3L: ing complaints, tabhthed in New York,and Jrootton Alfred Macon Martha H No. 1 at tho Insuraneeoffiice, Maneon.matter. 8Wf. w4wt' .14 1. 'il .' '. .

*" drawn sold at 1.4 premium. to sundries.PassengersM. used in our principal Hoxpilala and by eminent Blackledg Miss Ellen JfcRaeny D For frrijtbt or:"" apply. NWf 11 0 ji : 4;
and '
ere *&rt* MeJical men with the greatetl possible tocceas Barnet Samuel Miller John 10 J1OLT MILLER, 8f.f ... .38' T .* &r );
and isses .
Bush Miss Alexan.
of the jobbers specuLtiTin Eli. Oden Hamer Win :
movement (externally) in the following corapiainlt. Billingaley oct 81 II' i. 1r'. 0
city, aided by the emissaries ofKSvcnt der, J. C. Crane & Lady and 2 children, For the Pile, I Tightness in the che t. .Yurrell Samuel) L Oliver .George Sill EI NWf. 0 at 1:.. ,' l.s! :

banks of Philadelphia. to pro. Messrs. J. DnMurtin, Street, Brown, Cole, For all! Dropsy, I especially in children C 5rr Wra A Oneal Mary Ann For Boston. Ej NEj & .s'. ,. -, .

be an excitement and frighten our banks Hibbard, Linsey, Sayre, Bradley, Sheffield. Tender Feel Foul Ulcers of the leg, Jraig Conrad Wm James P 4 E Parker Page John Robert r'.4: The superior fast tailing brig LUNA. E.NE1& 2111'l' ..',. ,..\0./.._ -.:

duce suspension, has met with a signal aud SAILED. Sore throat by Cancers or other fungus tores. Cokman Edward D Pillaint JohnPerrygrey _ll %. Jordan, mauler, and will have quick sWi. FVISE47 2.:2 ., : .
of the of Schr. Van Buren Babcock New Orleans or u IteraWhooping however obstinate 01long'ntahdinjr qDi devpitcb. For freight or pUller .p-
5 failure. The firm tone answer Croip Conner Lewis Joseph II WW1NE3&w1SE4 18 6.: yI .\

Thanks has put at rest all hopes on thepart 120 bales Cotton. Cough, Fresh Woundt Carmack SamuelV Powell Edwin F 2 'plytoCapt.onbuardatSt.itarksorto BETTOX 4FISHER N1-&WISE& 0 IS 1. --. ,
Coleman .U A M Prentit Richard R.J.HACKLEY.'
!L of the speculators, that they can be Brig "Exit"-Sissor, for Savannah, 72 There are many thousand certificates of thInos' Crown Bryan Putnam John G Oct. 1 g TallabaMee.IW 'T..D.baee,Sep. S. 1833. tf ;

j j into a suspension. The answer of bales Cotton, respectable end autbeulic character, lO.nlol Coleman Mrs Nancy Parson JPcnninglOH -,. )'l
forced substance this : We have Brig New York 432 which may bo examined where Lbs article it sold New York. ThePlatao( _
in Chairs"-Bright, Croom Mrs Kvulinu: Henry
the banks was II is used at an external application and for many SamuelRogert Fractional Towrihip one Raflgjft eight S nH W.Frmeiional ..,
business prudently-are able bales Cotton. Cannon brig coppered
Twwnthip I" S ao4 W. i
our "eRa..cipt
CODducted other enumerated in the i>
our debts, and shall do so at all hazards.Jfterihat .!I Schr. J. Hankey" Edmundson, New considered compUinlR remarkably effective; but for wrapper the l'ile Daniel Oewall L George A Ragin RobinronRicb W H I, 3 a master and, will copper commence fastened loading Mayo on, Fractional TownahJp three.ftfRauigeelf hi SaAd"W| .

\ paramount duty is performed, we York, 212 b'lles ('litO" it hat no equal and ilie agents are IMW bound ftrefund DeLorme C on Jobn Monday. For frei'bl or passage tp- Fractional Towuahipikre.oRangeninef.n4W.W'
awl '
be done tor the insolvents.": in all cntet where it-doeh not Ct1re.L. [ Rebecca H 'plllo TAFT & ALEXANDER Fractional Towaahip Poor.tRangiini8
bat can liemilly L Ryan ;
.21 see \ position stand all the regJvIE I' ATTENTION. M. Comvtoc iv Co. proprieturi. For tale bin } EckloK J G Rodgers Charles I Oct 19 Suilaikt. Fractional TowDkhip "; orRaoge(welvi! S LTT

10 jhf same strong I Leon minute JTIcn.N 7 RANDOLPH <$. LEWIS. Robert Rrminington John Fractional .hipoDe of Range eight JNLmatf W. c.
of New York, not one of Floyd Fractional Township atte&Y 2
merchants |.eoRaap..gktN
S N r.!<:t,'i it iur i''i L tt .I t ih: ""'III Minute 1 Fisher Wm Ro>>erU Michael .For Charleston and Savannah.
the right of the jobbers to Administrator's Notice. Township three of Range eight AorUi ami We UTewnahip .. ..
whom recognises -1Sl. \Je) .i will% I.dol' j pi i > -ti ''lit C'.inj'un'. Mw-i-, Fay F B Reynolds Milliam
the banks jeopardise the welfare of the ?injj loom.( Ta'13' !!;".>"'.- !MX-: hall.. m \Ve having claims ag.in..ltbe Estate Tishcr Mirt Landonia l lodes JohnRumuey ._.r14,4 Tl.e clipper brig i KXIT, 'Seuon. one of Range five ITort&aad: 1Ud. t tTowbthipone _. '
ask to sustain bankrupts. i iFromtW 1:ev'riin tl'(1 13 I ,.e 1'.1", .., :lefthI4..... I. re- A of Julia Gapiion deceased, l.ilc of LeIlO Co.rquehtni Fisher Jacob Benj W mauler half? of her freight: now ready.' of. Range six North aad ;East anti :
rhole community \ For freight or passage apply to Ton nkhip two or Rang ait North fcnd Eaat w rifurnubed ..
:lii i"I 4f. ill sent diem, duly authenticated JohnRobinson
sriauI' I" ,
: .1t..I.' "i'M imp; |I.ft Fieeluvc George Ragin I
.... Wi.. the '. Thoiie indebted HOLT & MILLER, to .the RegieteniOfBee: T..u...on ,
August a :. ;tiii.L.fOct :.0.Health S ( I. ;.1. r.r.! 111c .ltjll"y.II. .m tiui 1'rvM.Tibcd by .1&\\ Fenoby John Akxanderlutler Oct .
19 S\ Mark. the 21t instant. T ._
of the City.-One more week finds: ; I ., <,r4tr! of lit: Captain lu lie li>titu arc requested to make iniinedialt Buckly 8 Randolph Dr J II I R J.ffACKLET.SoxUttz .
>. 4.mviil. llLriJ AIN .M. CllUSSMAN.T R C 0 f ,
r JOHN R. t t"gt. !1' t'airbank OtU Ragland
us in nearly the same situation as the last.-:f: ___. _____ .. .:" !" e, .Y.k. 5. 1BJ9. Admllw.lr..tor. French T J Richard Fortune FOR fEW ronn. 0Jr.k TallahasseeAUE.. 26,18381 ; 0 0 _. -... ,.

We cannot announce nay: further ab.Ueme.it : Union 3.ink of Florida. Fill Sdmucl'P Rrid Ann B The fine packet ship ST. 1OHN BATIEBS OUITXENT.- .

the fever. Many f persons have returned : PI' I E:: n'I..r jivitur* of the Uni-.n Bank For Beast, i.'siel I Jacob Steven Rev J having must of her carlo enjfaptd eSeclual ,eon fur Tstt ,.." aad' .

ol Cit, and some have been attacked.-: .I| (F' .,rd: 1\: Invr, iiv fl'III"! ''. d"l'lar'cllc l DWELL NG HOUsih .uly .rc pic.! (Fekel: W J Sex"n Rev Henry 2 willsail for the above port on the! 25thinstant. AN all cotanooos.eruptions. ;Prepare only ki' 0
tIle : .
1'1' weather continues and- dry and i-e I'oif.-itcil, uitliivviiiir viiaicH. in tho C..pi.11SI..d. THE I'. O. Hay, dict-ured, coiilni.iinjr 4 go.J GerkinM R S. /|>arLman henry 2 For balance uf frci;'it or Jacob Rali.-r, Baltimore. For asIH1.-: ; '
warm ,
Toe n: sanl Hank ; un.l luvc ordered the sameto roomi-; on the prcmiM-b I the- e is a good kit. hen Graham J.hn Scott MJr2Sanders passate apply to Captain, or to !' aug 17 tf RANDOLPH *'LEWIS.NoU ." 0

the river 10'e cannot advise our ah.gem l b. Ihlld.| | in iiifiiniiity, to the |irori.ii>iiH of aitcluf Lore r-jom, cairi.ipo hue, t.tatilt.jk.c ; th re an4 Hunter N Plopkir.Hj W II O W.U.3t\'iAUGIIT. e. : **- ,

friends that it i is yet safe to return ; but the L.:ihUtivi! Council if IIP Territory of !lota attached, suitable: 'fur gutdtns. &c. Applyto ( H h IW Eli j iiStllon Saint Marks lOlh Ot. 1B39. 3t Plat TowosbipTwoRugeFireNorti: .

do trust that another week will bring the Fl-'fid! I. aj'( .vtd (he lt of Marrh 1839. to wit G. \\ HUTCIilN Hauler Charles Mary DiannaMtpliuna THE Catty&at furnished 10 this OflEce on UM ., 0

we wished for relief. We subjoin a l list of Eighl f>liar:<*8 f Stock klanJing in the name of no 7 3L Harley J F C Win H FOR NEW YOBK. 5th inst- R. J. H A CKLET, I,iater. '
long and ;in ih> credit of Alfred Evans; and Charl Sander Joi-hua -
Hawkins t .t4j The tri CIIlUES.. Bright, rat* Ta."ah.f 161JJ-t :
deaths since our last publication up to yester- Eigh. tta chares standing in the name, and to liar For Sale, limiter W HHurnry S.eir A ugulttu. A. ter, will have immediate denpatrb ai -_0 -
Sanders Walker, Mrs. Martha :dil of Jump Stewart. Slr'marl Jacob L. CARLTON
day at noon : 2000 MOKUS MULTICAl'Ll-- Catharine 1 to.thrds of her cargo is now ready.For .-
Sims and one .: Notice in hereby given that in complianre wilt.l'uid ABOUT Hall John TfJlUiohll John 3 Merchant Tailor. .
tSirnw, Benjamin Larry Hoy, : For ics lila aj.pl/, to Mr. feibUy freight or j-aninpe. apply to R. H.
resolution, the Cashier this Union Bank olb Holmes A F 'fIlQ."tltOn NoaiiTl 'OULI) respectfully inform the eit "of
Tallahassee: to
in the the Flondiai., tu Berry, or
Editor of
negro, country. Florida, will l, on Woduenday the 27th of the present or THOS. M UN ROC. Harrison Wilton ,ornas Mnrk S HOLT & MILLER.St. '4"l Talabaee! and its viciiJty, that be has,
month of November and between the hoars of H EIsiltitson returned from New York with a fresh supply of .
RISK OF TUB RIVER. g| G..dsden'a 7lh Nov. 1833.? hurt otis* Thump"on : larks Oct. 1?, 1C39. .
10 and 11 o'clock A. M. ; Sinrp our last xv.f, hav been favored with Bank ,proceed In cell tlio a'.iove named: shares 01( TILLINGIIAST Johnson G C S NOTICE.LL "'yf! and the tined! fabric which he pledges to '

light fall (.rain, winch has caused the riv'r|:Block ot said Bank at public outcry, to the high. :E. I. G. of Leoi Johnson \rmViUJoII WmValrun LL Persons are hereby forwnrnrd from trad. those that call on him to have made up in h.west _

lonii lIme two or three feet, and dreadful* cat bidder for Cah. SOLICITS the support of the Voter lh cnsuin lonc.i Absalom \ George r;: in? for a certain nflcofl.alld..trawn by IIi- '.- fa.lki.,n. To pleat the gay and fattidioo
JOHN PARKHILL. Cashier.Tallaha I the OlSce Sheriff, at ; Judge John Whortun George chae! Wigpins, fivor AtJ .; FaJrct',th, for $">000d2t the Su'<*cribcr liaa employed R.R. PJ>y.riaiwhowili
lorrh'e: it hus !wpt away Ihe ONE RULS "cee, JCorrmherS'.h' IKJ9 I I4tf election ;in February next. Nov. 9. 11'.39' Krour John \\ i logins Michael -d 5th ol'Juno 1&.19,ahd payahle: lit Jan. 1840. give undivided attention tct.lhe..CDUi

risct, and completely overflown the pl:1nta..1'i itmnof Kelly George A V. allsThoTiim C Se20lC39. 2t ALLEN. B W ALKEI:. U..nartmeaLTall.hu .

the founder and pi lip'iet,r flf "IIam NEW GOODS. For Sale, Kennedy Duid'IlIle Thomas f', 0.-,. Oih, 1!e9., .

bur ." noticed in our a few weekstliire iindcrfiffned I h ive receufd by recent ar. NC Iwo Horse Sulky W.gon. King bllizzbcthLaviiitler Weekly Tfc.,ma* NOTICE.
; plp"r THE ,,, and opened a Uifir Mores Nos. 1 ig O Al.o ono horse dj dj-ivitri harness, ..Vc.omplete. Littleton CVlitiuker .slary Jam s l.ockermnu, .,4 f St. Marks, i i. hereby ap- ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD..

as hnving been surveyed, ploughed Hcrry'ii Un,'. a general and \VI I! assorted stock ol ,' WM. il. FRANCIS. Lucas NellyLfonard \% .d ward Jonathan posited inv Dgf'ntl fir all matters uf buiine** duritiv I. .iIE! above Reward'.will bo giveu fortrw tp

inj ,planted, on the bottom of the Savannah j ,Fall and Winter Good, consisting in part i>fBa Nov 8lh, 1839 I Thomas It Wliilakrr Richard my absence from the T rrilorv. .L55' prc-htu.ion and I tdgcm.nt of TKOMA3\ _

riftr.llis turnips and l 1lle corn Ins Just I !in' '! and Bale Rope, Levy R'ibvrt Wa kcr Matthew T Dr. F. S. CEATTU t f TEN, i. any secure |iri..n-ii> tli, ,t.ate *oftb .

b.g tti to make their appearance above; I I."e}'. and Kersey"n Morus Muilicaulis.I Lluu...*Col \WhitakrrJas. Tallahaww Sept 16 H :. tf '. Carolinakor One Huufln d and Filly.Dellareor

pound, and the loss of his crop will no 't| French Whitney, Duffil and twilled BlanI I 150,000 -1 enl AlexanderPercent :' hik ddivrry tu IMO, ;.t Csa.LaU-MHVor Gtlb 0urviite.
ketK, TALLAHASSEE EXCHANGE. I in be Stale b.v, rftiior.ed. Ite .
calling for of ihe abive !,'U..rll will cnp>
doubt be severely felt, and w'.e it not for'I Lo-vell Nn 1 Jk 2 Ognaburj C UTTINGS of this valuable Tree may be had ,leate advertised any I. G. til-iRCY,P. M. *'LKMHN ol list City aid C..a..try arinfurnird lion-Yt i;,. fI .hutt& 6 Wt 8 ..r 10 incbi btgb,

this sad mishap, they woulJ have brought a Heavy Russet B'offaiiK by applying early at the Subscriber rrtidcnce nay II ilui this tablittl..he'lt i U .no t dim butt. pure: r&e"d'If' C frrt: teeth/. "." cti.lI"

good pr.ce in this tnaiket, not only fur theii, I liich: Bru'.KfU and Scotch Carpets un the Witlilocliocx Iiy, in Hamilton County, IUR N ITIJR .-The subi-criber a''Jr ci. opened for lie Winter, and prepared to arconiion.djlr .. ,a slow: uf .p :rrt>, ant) wbinrn jiite I-.taaJctJr,
Bru'el Wiiton and Taficd nn the road fiom MonliceKu: to the SuwannceSprings' a choice eleclie3 fashionable turnilure l the ,i rf. Dre Sbtnedrw 'i.t'
flavor but as a (Mriotily. The worst is still Rug cu>I.>iner in io, < d ttyle. an< at "ite tno and i is 4'Htut 21 years -
Falhiolllt.1e Iran Frnder and The I'lantx l I.e had from old Tree. wood ware .tc. Consisting i cJiicfly of "
she '' founder" will may ; .'. C' 4t. blue h >nies|>ui |>aiiti' oonil .ana vbite1
to come, we f< ar worthy Carved And-Iron, will be warrantcdofthe most approved kind, and a Mahogany tide boards Dinner. fr tegular boarder will be serve hat. T.t.n wit put 'n J.iil Cdosawliatrhle, ; .

not live long enough ajjwin to behold his plan l\I.h"' lny tiilt.framed! Mantel Glasse, genuine article. 1000 Roots may bo also had.A. Bureau, Sofas Card Tables, half pul "lie o'eI..ok dailv. -llioe' wUhinir In ,irbelwten 'Oo&h Cio.ia.! under .s ciwr cof.elru"t w,.

talion, unless we have shortly anotheruch l'e r.Jlrf1l.1&1ra1, and Bedstead, ItOSSETTEtt.Ro Secrclaritii. Rocking Chairs, leaf tablet, the 'hour, of two and five can aUo be ... 5 i d waj r>*leai'.d oo &jud'y I.rgbt last, the 6thri

dry yrar nn 1839: hi* been so far. Tester! With central .orllllr..1 .>f choice Groeerien.J .?ette.r'n Ferry Nov 8th, 1839_tl Uan Portable sink, work tables, t'coumiodited ,- er'instant, by tome' "r.e uriknowu.. He'ts

the river was falling fast.- ConstitutionJtd24fA J Hardware nnd Cutlery, Stjpl.and Fancy Dry Grecian wash stands, Oysters Beef A Venison Steaks u. i' ted In hive rid/Ira' .ff a dark Hay or-brown ;4'
day Goudu, fine Boots and Sh.e'. Hals and Cap The Tallahassee Male Academy Chairs of all descriptions high desk stool,,:Mutton Chops, Ham ft Egr. Boiled ,i... of U e ct-41iniry'wze: n>riitcJ,aJt HI ens Ji.iJid'U' .

inst. Crockery ai-d GFats! Ware, Pidklcs, Catsuj.i Jcl- OPEN OH MONDAY IBih inlt. at WI How wagons main painted tubs, Eggs Turkey, Ducks Chickens IIENhGJETT. -.

FE: 'lies, Jaiu. Jr"pl&c.AJ WILl. House oppnMw the Port OfBce. A. Wash boards, ,,iessurcsufall size, and Fresh Salmon, pat up in Fd 19-1m Sheriff Ben ,lost. ...lric..s.C.. ,
Tut sit,. TRADERS.-The St. of which ih!y ofler on acconunodatlng-termi1 t me usual acrommodation have not been proviflnt Brooms, etc. etc. etc. the English Market Pickled Lobster 00 _- 0 -

Louis Rrpn1.Iicm: of the 5th inst, has the and at their usual low prii-cn. at 1rrfcIit the Pupil. wi'.1 Le rx|'ected to furrit-li All!! of which he offers low for cash only. etc. In short! whatever coin iii.le. a (..) Notice.ti .- .. "-:_- _

following: JAMES E. BROOME&! Co. their own desks and rcaU. The trhotailic year Nov 2 3t GEORGE W GRANT- .table, and serves to plean and *al!.fy the epicure; EEN Dp c"t i&. ;.a in>tv nrjro u.ar ..tcdK .

"\\ nOliced the crrival of tlirinnoa'i TatIaI1a,. Nov. 9, I8JH.) I5lr will be divided into four rosciont, each of eleven NOTICE. *ll! be constantly kept i iri our Licd!r, and served_ atit !.I )U"i .." .tu! yesterday __ __ J and t' .f' to .Br all? ,CtiXaurii
is.A.nnnd *
week OliN S.JUNDEKS and Wife, and Samuel ![at a momenU warning at any h.iur of the tiiiy.or :8Qitit : :
caravan of the Santa Fe traders.We .- Brunswick and Florida Line. Terms per session, including Room rent, payable Bcntly have this day filed in the Superior Court I ni ?ht. .- wu r .w IVtUC5t d to (ouseIOswal: *. 'pr"Tt. .

have since understood that the party has in advance if Jr fien
.,bnUt twenty waggons and they bring be- .Orthocrnphy and Reading, f 9'(K) of said court to sell the CilIate of Jeremiah Benlly.) WINES LIQUORS &. SEGAOS. We hue only Tr.I.b..Cc.f5 It .t E ttAWL\ C .ilu .

Irren one hundred and fifty and two hun- [T C above/ijt1, Writing and Arithmetic. 12 i 0( ate of tiid county deceased fur the purpose of ef- to say tu uur friend". call ar .( iluiacJ'
division; of said the heirs Oct. 26 if WILLIAMS & LI oYD. '
estate amongst
dred thousand dollars in specie.A t1 he above with GrammarGengraphyandHistory ccling a McCANTS.Sopt .- A 'itzsn'to4.onolut-YupL. : j".,L. .ht-. &_ r
15 OC .L.. riel will 03 \"da tL 131 .6( :
I' |HIS new and i-np"rinr lint Is.now opening for and and 28, 1839. 4w for Petitionert. Superior Carpeting. : .
above with Greek Latin
gen. 10
u. ., d "
ti H.ltuin tl ,
homicide of a rather singular charactervas use. carrying thr Great Florida Mail, formerly H PIECES Scotch Ingrain \ % and conlmu : enl Literature, ?O OC Strayed, clock each .
perpetrated last Thursday near Syra. tent by the Alligator Route. !Frr.ndl per Jltff it'n. 10 Ot ROM the plantation Mr. Alex. R. Fi.iher, 4 do Venitian Star do arcuU and dayI Guardian, of Pupil*. and the p..btJe. .
A under the Schedule commencing the 26/A of Xov. H. ELWELL. M. F Mare Woollen and Silk Rugs .
cuse. pedlar, bending weight I I Like Lafayette one Spanish Mule .nrrally. are renpectfully inviUii lodittritt._ -
ofhis pack encountered on one of the bye-! Leaves :1"tlll1 Tuei-da> f,'I J hurfdayK' and Sittur. \ Nov 9 Principal. light bay, a Spanioh brand on ihe' left hind quartir 5 piece Bruvels Carpeting, with a great Ta The Schools ll be continued UHf'nmttnjt,jrar. '*.! :

roads of that region a foot pad who demand. [days'al4 P. .M. coi.Decling in MoinkBJV with .!. star on the forehead. Tho said Mule U gi.u oct riety 26 ofCarpet Binding.DOWLISG & RUTGERSSHERIFF'S underthe dirrrtiotf of Mr, aud Mrv Udwuiui. *,a.- .

ed bis The handed his t the New Orlc i they' arc in -t.-s..n.JArritc A IUtESTEI-Arrented on the 2lsl iiisl. a negro shout three months. Any pt-rvun bringing or cer.d ..tt-'d by Axir,eiriencrdTr4C| .etf. 0
money. pedlar" out at Apala'-hioil.i and iulitscc.! Wi-dnri, .t boy calling himself: JIM it about 12 yrroljpf > Ing *r*. 'o 'l1i

pocket book **Is this all? asked the bler. .dayF, Fri'layn. and SuodiUf.. and ate lmrli-l "n-I (lIakj) and says Ihr.t he belonpx to Mr.Br.ink.i rewarding SALE. ;, olaai.UI, in the :ottliern flt&te.nd bu itmoi-
virtue of writ of
No," said the pedlar. "%Vell then, fork up''.':dayss. Soiid>8 and i'sle'ay. at night. TIHH-,. MM.; list doti't know to what county hit lIJallt r11v.'I1.n"r ABRAHAM D.l'iIELS.Tall.hl1"'fe. BY of the two Superior Court Fiera of Facia the Middle lassoed d to Florida, with the intention of lica'iitpbtnt, '

and be hand weallicr. 1.2 daws from Mobil mid The Oct. 26. 39. .::rperuanentl.in ihefccalthj and a.'utaLOWn,
quick? The pedlar put his inj favoral ;> who hiss neighbor are. owner carr District Florida for the cou/ity of Lena and to

\His bosom, drew out a pistol and shot the rob.1 II'. d iyi from New Orlatis lu Ciiuriretun, and In Ih have hint on proper apiilicution at th. jail at St.j Negro Shoes. me directed in which Maitlaud Kennedy Co. of QuincT. 0 : 0:'
See. Q. A.
41 C. II. DUPONT. D..T :
|,Wilmington i Slt-ani B114t5.l'auage j '.ark*. or to HOLT & MILLER. pair Nailed tusiettBrogaiia
bar through the heart. The body was re.] L 1500 and William Manor for the use of William C. 1839. &t .
Quincy, ,
and Fare. I O. t 26 do
S40 pair Kip pegged
Taylor & Co. are plaintiff, and 5amucl H. Du- .
cognized that
a i of a convict just discharged -
from the AJdt.!* Vo'.i'.c! i I.. '..,.:... u. 8tO ;} I I'J 200 pair Women's thick sole Shot's; for sale by val i Is deicndant. I have levied upon and ball Bagging .a B. .
Auburn prison. Buffalo Con IT.T RE EIVED i.v GORMAN & HALL e. -6 O\VIJNG & RUTGERS.CO.STACH'S .
.. Mob.I: t. -' j'.h. '''-.1" 20 : sell at pablio auction for cash to the highest bid- landing from brig Balt..v, 0 f
The M'II.i 111 .r..oI"h'O..I.... 2t ti .0 l h.v 'Inle ar ivuls from lilt] noith a !Ihrfe assort SALE. dee, within l legal hours and in front 0(-tbe Conn JUST lc. h avy 44 iDCIt. *u'a T *,&

Grand Jurors sworn in and for the M',l>il<' t., Cli rh>ii'ii, C5r ml'lIl if Pry Goods Grorvritand Hardware jfILLbe sold 4t lhe Countr t5'lr. of Hamil- House door,in Talfihatee en Monday the 25th' 5 do dtv 42 'do do -

County of Madison, Territory of Florida ; TalialiaFf I.. Urn, .*,*;. ,C 50 Ie4Iil5iPIliI' ofBine I .f"f tou C-. on the first Saturday in November day of November next-one lot or parcel of land 5 do extra 44 d* "d. .

after having carefully enquired into the various -!II Tilt t.l.js"-- t" h.r i-.i.ii, 3350I I" l''nck.! Lruwn preen, inixl arId dab broad next wiihln the UM'al '.oon of sale Forty I'ing.nd belnf in the county of Leon, known and 10J coils Kentucky Cope, 0

departments: of duty uecessarily develop.ing .: .ValiMlu-M 2., st AII-.it te. 37 dc-I h". ncren of land more ir let being; the S. W. Qr. olhe d:ipnated as North-wett. quarter of tection 50 do Ru.tid do ..

? F",,.'.." d." jj".... '7.- ii I piH-citi tiBoaU ," :51"011) I 'lain mid f":1II"Y riMird nseniere1: of all colors.I'luc. N. W. Q.::. of section H in Township t and sir. Township one, Range 'one Eaal-alno a Ne- 2 bales Balcing Twine umaU iize

on us, and touching immediately the: I lie iu. ., I..lrtkr ..!;. ,. w ,'- < I". .' : black' mist and col'd "illli.lIltt'. lange 12. levied oft a. the property of Amot \. :ro man named Ebenexar (otherwise called Ebb) Oct 26 'DOW.UNG. Ik RUT .: ..

public welfare ; would beg leave respecfully;; and "w. ill 1 III. *, c.i.i ; .'.. .' II. II : '(1.1! f. 'I. F. (.".... n''r" kr.y.'. Tb. man, to nalirfy sundry executions in favor olfamrt levied opon at the property -f said defendant and 4-

to present, to the proper authorities, the want;7 l'iif.Miijf: r. la....,2 't '* 'll, and the heir of Edward M. lien "ill be told' to satisfy Mid writs aecordin" to law'" STRAYED :

(f a Jail, by which deficiency the whole..r lug ICjLIII (Iv .;il: 'I'l -.'.' riij'-. ti > 01 '.
Some and execution of the law is :_:"vIaai, I'r r..r' r < >. 1' f"k lit r-t>s4ry '. 3 1-44 1.4 and 5 '1-4 blcit hrd und brown do- Term m->dc known on the r>ar of lal(. By James larry, D. Sbff. INTO -.1 Bay Horse, with star.M the f" 0
regular 1t..1, EIIc Wn, BAoSF.TT. Cont't. Tallaha'lIee, OCI. 2 1:339 4t
i-IIC.C'Olil.Jal'..!.. Au.4Ia e bead; I Bay Mare 1 white foot; 1 Ponej, xtidi taif. '
greatly crippled and embarrassed, and w hicli. ,. ., ,. a, d V.-iet.i ,i rrrl'plilTJ. 0
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Till II 11.1.! I. !'", "I! D. "--. ": !1 It Groceries. rtar in the forehead, white foot, do .- errxwted *- ;:
affords to the evil disposed and common dis-! '.UII r'u.r ..). i ,' t- t5 <..I. Il 'l./ ( ,- il'dl -.J SIIJH, ,,..1 41' :<,: 5 2 fur 0 il' doK.'i'l' 100 bbls prime Pork Negroes at Auction. to till, par cbasgand.. taaa tbaa .*./ >.,j
turbere pO I. I .li iii'il B '.-<'!" f"ji', fila ii'. Ac.'i ILL be s.ld to the highest bidder, on Satiir. .
of the peace the unrestricted indul.gee ."I 1 T>" lltfr" J I. -'J> '" .. "" '1'fi 1'1 .i\ 50) h'-ls' cargo d.m.Ii JJ the Oct 19 3i! 5OJHH.Execntor0 'TH01-fP8-
\ ; J Ji.. "J- : C",;ir-' .,f I: > | ,f.'.' ,.. : art f"pfln"'. |0 hhds Baltimore Bacon, side day, Ninth day of November Iezt, .
E-i i .
ofevery riotous and
disorderly feeling. Jlrl.\.dc'd : :. ,, I. '"ii-'n. riiiichiiit! Main <]resfs.Bli. 5 do do b'bu'ilden, very napcrt Tbree likely Negro Meo, acclimated; and yoaajron 0 N e.hA *, 0
ThcGaand Jurors would further present .'qt.aifi.d .1.,1.1, t :.',".,:' I 4inl M *:ih-. 50 bbl Howard street Floor a liberal credit. R. J. HACKLEY; A .LL penone having"oy fenund .
*i \ "", I V1.J + 1 .. Tallahassee, Oct !-. 1S39 J tiNCv 11E. of Abraham BeUlaiy Iate 4. d .
a nuisance to the good order. the peace "' 0 '.Ii' t "I' HI i i i'." ;>rJ v'umb'if 5 boxes Boston A. patent Loaf Sugar ]| eeftte :.
:J : I t-I i I .. JefienoQ are reqoVtled Cyth w.'tt'le' .
ad' public welfare of the country, the prc.ciitseta4 .1 I I I. ..'!'"' #t t' 'I ..1 t, I' J J < nhfKi.41 If: 3 do Havana Sugar : GOODS-Landing fromfrfliici ,JI eoBHty : '
rJ frlstsoat.Budd : .
; ler in -eUiow, ; WTi
loin hoviery. etc. th.i.rc -j
n s i\ f< jT'otri", do crushed Lump
svstem of the TerritoTtv" hich the : I. : ". t 1.1.4 I.- I !I.l lI 2 L' *:- 0 -
MontkeIIoaud all iidLti4
;-.t: per.noIwba'an
mall the : '. i'--i 1... .M I..i. .. I .t ali. 5 liM f '* hr ,'% n ".igsr. 10 do assorted Syrup Col'd ronlt do Soie Silk. ? .
frequent, diffusive"rtre'dms of Al. J.\ .i 4 I IMIX.-H wi I lie tin. and Lemon Shrub lO.the.ss.mowiUn.kepsvmeotto. : _. 0
. 6 do each. Sarsaparilla black do do .
wiolic qI ...-. T.I i... l'- 1"I '- 041:1.,1 i be i>.s.rp.u.cdfi | Blno WftUMBLfMZ: .
Stimulants are scaucred through thecouctry C 'h. Sie-jiii'-if, %iz. ". 5 !b'v f..it"d.. 5bbl, super Wine Vinegar Kept Indian. .
1 ii
u.r .1 I Q.uJiW
the the od : "i< ; 0 I I b ...a ffiirriii) C"ntIJO \ .. 25 Baltimore Leaf Lard Poult Je! Soio. 0_ 0 .' Ezatr.. J I
keg '
greatly to annoyauce oi g'' *. t \110'.0. "Hf*" .M> *O 4III li' 0 r'" r' "'!! ll"' illiilllM' Lt figM '. Monli Oet.'t9t.Ja.839.-- -
: I'ay. 'lid J"va ". ". hah Brandy, Otard, Dupuy do .
cuizeng 4 pip' Cognac
thereof; not only"by effecthg the t3.d I I.'f lid(IiSIOi'| .5 554' .KllIg..l..n the Gul-! Changeable 0 ,
nouesty and general correctness of our ser.lauts Par 'M-ieit.-d u K .iIII' "*a .alII-but leiiev: tisswcisltsr' 2 ppr: aIifIerCflE \ 4- Co. brand Lt and black rfo o .. '. TWHE. Sob*cr ber>iusy" -4 il. pccUa-. ., .
pipes Mipr rliauipngmditto. 2 half Champagne Brandy de Rhine. J. .PotaCoe -' :
IK iou .t'> t.M'lbe ...as:, all the trip 'nAilinlicand pipes Grot .y. JiG ;
into whose rearh it is almost univer.MV .'flle .ert "II the Gulf' will be made byperlVcllv I old Jam /nin. 1 puncheon pure Irish malt' Whiskey Grot O'dier. ,J- 300 bfcle Lima >

) brought the 10 .. N E do Holland Gin and black.: .
aa justified by cheapness ; I t4fe inlaiul |>.nagt-ii. 2 pipes Lead 25,000 feet dear'r..e Lmmber.
ff "hicb the trafic may be conducted ; but! The i'mprlctorll, ownii.g the Line lhro &hout. 10 Ms whiskey' 35 harkrts Charnpaifrne. in quarts and pint.-, Spotted wash blonde. J 60,000 'hingles--LatbIO 0 .
ty ( Raspberry, l lemon .nd..trJ.ar."rilli..Jfup., Key and Son .iliexse: Royalo brand, very 'S Fitlota. half aDd kWt.M-Jla rsL- 4J
leading to the most unbridled profligacy,,,will IT able to picserve the connections Milli unootcdrcrniiity. ,100. quartar .,
and -
-rl wns. ,
Madeira, malaga p I'UIefJor Fillet Quilting. .
"-- :' t. .t HerringSalmon, HoRib rti i Ac.JII .
HHy many of the otherwise upright aud''orthy Line connect on the t riJA )leaving Mobitt. odi, nine end butter .r4VSPrd. 4 quarter casks od! Madeira Wine %Site and black blonde edging. r of which axe ofiereo Iowess3i.& .

citizens but a large portion of those [| ThU I Tallahattce on Wednetday with Lamp, caator and sweet oilt. 2 do 'do each ufGold end Pale Sherry 1'rinled.CCMF. .. ,1AFr&LF.XANDEL .0
'w on Tuetday.and Also a larfte lot of segment* and gin grain pa and pptrkling Hock wine. I' TwilJed do -
are Still
residents a There t.M&rk .oct..191183a. :1i
temporary among us, as f-tcamer from Brunswick to St. Augustine. and atttl inillt. c. '-J8 H
a nheller
defence against the hostile incursions DC our [ and generally three boats a week tent. straw cutters, corn Claret do.Ch.1tan'La6l. .. Fillet rliawl, col'd. J. '
(are morenTcr two Aim and multicc l Swckt. .. MrioK'r..u
[ Brunswick to St. Mary, Black Creek, fcc- Carpenter, Crapeleisse LA.TII !n .
leave savage enemies ; and are unwilling to take from and pleasant commu Trunk che t and pad io : ChatAnL ttur. English silk hose, plain, ingrain;and A.CJ:01UJn .MW: C Ul'8 t.r Q :
[ expeJiliout
of thus forming bl
our duties widwut in themost double and tingle twist unt. assorted.Mayiiard united.- -
presenting East and West Fiorida.Ordinary Superior WKral Cordial 0 0,. .. LAW, .'. Xol ',
favorable terms the courtesy and prompt J Jnication. between baggage taken without charge, and Patent belt: and pocket pistols, and a t t* and. N"yet tnperior inV.. Long fi'el Gloves. .. f lldCl.f'l k t.'f t'i'.

atteotion of the District Attorney Charles 8. moderate charge wade for xtra bts:.: lortroent: of cut.lerl't assortment of crockery and, cIa. DaniV superior McVtard.Oil, k> Blc* Mitts.! "fllr II.L practice'ia"..<8apm.CGina. .
Alto a general 0 baslett Olive Aiiurted French Kid Glove
5 .
nov9 ''p.y 'M4ts a4ApaI4ieI Dbtri
2d B39 '
Esq., in to required Brunswick Nor. | .
jwy offering us etc. Coffee
every ."i. taddlery, whip, 15 fctjtgiVehJa n 'Long do daMitwe ridaand.inth CoefApu3.>' 0 .w'

and stanee in the prosecution of the tarioos 'J'b inn County, i.undfor Sale.i ; ov2 100 cadJ1Arf'o chong.lmteri.I'and Gonpow- do. ... .. U and dk.EnglUU B.asi".tla.tedtc,Ojw rare:wiS-tbeei .'

complicated duties to which our attention inThomat 'del'Tea. H Bewli GloveLtocdKid *-- .< : '
hit Land } 'r&i.OctCeparthhtoxbtwjj
HE SuWriber oBers all piau.O.uUentio. / ,.
baa beea Creeled andypjfied OTICE.-All pertons indebted tobesictt. 5 bnxet StoughtcnV Wine Bitters60qtiarur Gl',ve*,a xiew article '.
J40 acre rEUJE
also the !
ability tale being
; u Ga. ( :
County or N of Leon coon-
; mat deed lato Bbui. Raisins
William' Gatiowty box s CoU&roSWrta .
of Stark. ,Capli.lt.t' &c. -
uapartiality Vilh which bis Honor .iuratf'd as lulfc .". tit.i l LoL 490- *cleI joining make immediaU payment tne Chocolate! tirnlt .:" lctkrtha"TJ.Id.a1'4 .
to 5 boxes > {"" "
requested of the latent pattertw.
the road 11Tbom..Ule ran t, are i I iJt J'.trftJMrftl.m.'IIia
.Thoaiu itO OB .. .
the be Sliannmiville$ Lot cre .
Randall, has Will prei.ntthe1n-dithl 1 ':
discharged ltiJe. No. Camlndge Soap ,1' "
duties 5 miles from th. former &" Lavingde.nsnds ) Plain $wj.a1usIi.a. 1 .b.8't o" CItI
ottbe Beuch during the Session.. in lMiabrice, ett.d for' etUeroent lo T. EYNOLQ3. J tahel SprIng n.I.) l .- MuIUSirit! .do.YKHnrU 0 Co
of,which are M ..oUirauoomd Y I 't-b'Nr4 MrJ.O.Wi t-nHr mwfci'jwAM4fr
309 acre "dr"- -
hn S. plato Nova 85 bWa. New England Jtam' ,;k.I "lin. 0togwtbp >
Dr, Forrnta.J _. 100 eeree l U new 4irfvSo
.L Forrester J.H.Baroett well waters Med, 1 Mid pure Jamaica' do ;- .TsedustEdgiJi'J ll" la, ., .tTh1 -" 'fcfct .w,'0twitd
and .t.B.ildinjrv bwnf COLElIU.lf yr'ctIeeL
bit bouee jjB.A.w. I veiLiiird ,
Moft'Ugahcla Whittey .
}0 lt.Old ; ikt''(. ?!1 *fr.i 4
JsLIae1rmgston "." pf.lofml a HealthloeUwn tertaeoee' i.,belee ,.tkf Cspt.. lttiH .
Drew, 4 witla.raawy. ria. Hi fa.do rifCiifieU 0 54.VeiICi1" ; 0 '. 14.Jti- i .j "l 0 ,
.'nos 8. Lioto BeniTonsend. t 600 tarts priow Laud fit for puiurap.of Shaanon'. .. sndtLaItR.oadD'f't., .30 boxw'sttperior.Segara .- Irish tt 1 o.!( biapias bird4. r", (..' ; ri :

z Ela8umerlin, C. L. CasiUw, Al., 8 half'aere Low io the comforUbtonj town } .boo'aM" 1' 1aIl Oct. 1811.181') LiDthnwLth.sy.sth.rrtw.l_ ; ia 11i.ieery iM pd rr .,' \ : { .: .113f1 ntr'AJISj
A.:; rW, aU in one Moire. with a I DOVUNG.&RUTGC1& 'DC ; ;.\ .tW.d J" .. } *_. ,_ -'' -w .- sA ,_ 0
Parker A. MeDooaU. besii ise4 i'i. -' .: fee.; \1 ,"'. 'Ic' -
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., P1j ; J. C. PiBans. boiwt bV1g 11. ro a .VMVLBIJtZjEtMJon3.ttfGsof Oct.skee ". } .xt ,
h, yearaw* pekDe a .AlKT""lUfi. '- .z 'Ldiasma.4m"iik: .:. i".d': :'d. 4 i'i4V-. -- ... .ot ,.
Reazaever; attachwl tit H. J and UlLl..Ri..O'.i *antl itoLW-l F1antls, Wekltn.t.aw.&e.a :1 '" .. .1tI' .Itt r'S
8.B.RIcrdon.4 .' I Ibe W. ; .4,IDkZd lP t11jt 1 r.. 'I- .. .n' ? -
t.B B:8mitb j.J.Mifler I Good.i...vill. be giren oo aeoosipio4itiiiIn | | *nt&. .. .: '1OO..ctr.; .hip, ..t'I JJ tad.tbsl:.acbu.it:.'.oret .. tft.' 'J!! .,. ,. pt'4 'i q ;_ r:1 1otb t'iC. .
tl ", z$49W
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JAWiS. Cr ', 'I' "I'requ .- ;*1Il' person ):Ea.a e..'_-: ---r aM.'Or .U.riNfa"..6_ rl.- 'r..1af1''i.' '* > ct Li.4 ,. .Ci taG! "..ltMi. ;-'vw4K&. it t$.thfq1tf f ofi..o-..
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" .. NOTICES.. -- NOTICES."' OF'FLOttlDA,)M.. D.'7' (... '. .11&-:- *.H& _'' ) };
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J-r-T : : Coart 0 ".HEwbMiber.appointeTWeifWro t t i
Superior Leon Cokaty.' 5 UDD.eaIn .1et
\l C1rvi.:
\ Notice. ROBEHT W. .%-WHITE: J .a"' "* ta.{ 'b.
1Iv2tiDgtGa,1'1&faay& Vwefl" petadCe'.r.act. MMel at T rw&r4IngBiinea. szt 'f4".ia.
f't.1 fia1 19 of the weeke after data, I.b&Iipkpy to the Jadge .Attorney I '.CoawcHor. at I.. Merchant- *"& Copartners. ,plffsr ales of,the Lef blatrve CoonciJ. (eUi*ks tor shlppiag ?rgduc.froc* ..1.JftrJ Mf '
county Court of Leon for letters of Ad. : '5 In AtUtnipcBt, fcrioe the pabKc that lieu prepared lo ,, !
l' nwietratioa LLb.iSmt&t him. will be care e4 uat to.tboee of an/ place on the .13tIt.4..thi.bOth;
!. oa the EaUle TteMnM Bennett. A. fully.aad' proopUy attended to*. Office,ad. Henry Butler k James Aldricb, amooat dairood too either Ihb eit/or as.tbaltailraeul, : ; "prfc for storing Cottoo' pct$31y _.pai.J: A a..t'
UCNRYflOND. joining that of tho Floridian. MerchaoUr Copartner, 'usiag 6lith Wt'L Hi ecale are ajsfctreat tbo game I -' .. t) tor.u..ir:4e1iYV7. w

:" _._SeyC 58 I.W.Pr..JOJlNV.ARQrLE.v a.r.rencuWilli.m P.,Da. J.. Tallahassee I the.name& firm of Butler & those used by the United StitU... I constantly on band Groceries Pro .,7 i3* (fnnd.rpr.eati. so ,.

:mTOTICESiJCweeka W.H.; Bro I Aldrich. likewi by U.. weifben of cotton w the estie.aad Goods'.h l : *
after date. shall apply kenbroaslJ, Apalacfatcola. j Or : 8&tarkl .
v JLl|' to the J lid, of-h coant/. eoort of.Jeffefaoncovnt Chaa. H. Dupont Quiacy, 1'1. I The defendanta and all' other interested are New York,and hive L examined I/. or coartrjprodnce inly. Oct 12 ; 'n.'ID -

/ far letter adroiautratioD on the .*. Oct. ?6, 1639-tf I. hereby notified ofthe institution ofthii suit and spoctor of vcaJes and weight of Mid city THE sssribets J

Ute of..u.l Cilam! al. of Mid county I are required to come and plead and defend aa Ia re- ed correct. Price; of wei jbin j. 10 tent per P. COPMANN, .rdj. Io r.h..jU1. 'ftcei.H.S4
N.+; D.4VID8. WALKER qaired by law. D. M. SHEFfiELD. Webber of lah.ae KEIUl. .i. .
I rios ROSS., ARTIST Aug.. IO, 133. I
17 4m PALTZELL. aU' -'* Tallahassee Oct. -
ATTORNEY AT sag TH03. for ,_ IS, 1839. tf .4JleTlCE.
LAW cfG. bUdJD .
Academy .
NOTICE. "a '
WILL practice in.liio Courlsof Middle Districtof VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR NOTICE. & hk .
week after date 1 hall (or letter would remind triead*
SIX adm D .a.lion upon tie etttte app /of John T. Florida! tf-t office i* the first,room to the rigbt SALE.- ALL person are hereby notified that "" that, his stay in T.lau..e.1} DURING B.raabeeaeo from &lac u..Terri-':

Hmaea deceased. laU of Leon, county, to the over J B. buUVstore.in TetIabuseewherebe may T HAT Valuable Properly situated on Monroe oline Cole and Caroline his wift, rormerf to a much later period and I aatfaorited Agent Flooghtoa will aci;&is; .;
r Murray widow
) Honorable!. Jude of the County Court of Leon always- be fouod.1 ; Street, at the Sooth West corner of Wash Jefferson R. those who may wiah their Portrait Septa 39. Dr. .

CO II II Iy. ARTHUR C. W. GRlBSETT \\1 1,1.1.- 31. UANDOLFH) ington square is offered at private sale. The I their petition county in the,Sope'rior deceased,Court hare ofaid this I him an early calL Mr. C. at the' i5LCRY&fljJ
Oct5.$32.w I Building are at present Mr. Davis take occasion to bia ac
Attorney and Counsellor occupied by express -,
at Low Petinl forth the
both real
estate and A
Confectioner, Know A Hulchios the Watchman r for the liberal ivea him _
Tallahatte as said rapport f I eatoha
NOTICE. Florida. Printing; Office the U. S. Quarter Master Alexander R. Murray and praying Tallakance and its icia:ty; and A be,oae two and (our IwJnehaneq"'Iea"
NIX week after dale Office in the New Court House. Oeo F.. dower of aaid Caroline in the same, be I For* le
application will be m.d & LiJlenbul",r.aDd J.A.Bertheloite! ,Esq. may to have them call and examine by W H
Q to the Hon. Judge of the County Coarl of Jan. 18. 1839 23-tf. The situation for Jusineu i i. one of tha most eli- to her according to the act concerning of Painting' T.mllahaises Jan 9 l39LUMBERFOftSA'fA\Scta.

Loon Covnty, for ,Letter of Adtaini'lraiitm en JOHN J. ItO WLES rblein the City. Apply toVM.. P. DUVAL I J. : i i. open from 9 o'clock A M to 3 I t3d
the Es'ate ot Eli Latter deceased. Nov. 10 14 Sep.28, 1839. 3m Solicitor for
Notary Public '!| Atu in factof Dr. Chtu. Ilaiie -

'. OeU 12. 1839. 6w WILLIAM C. LESTER. TalJaAaslee.i'lorida.. Fresh Gardea Commission House New Oct.. 12, :. if 80,000 100,000 Yellow Shtole,
Seeds. Pine
:: SIX wetka after date I win apply to his h nor Law Pan :rsblp.T JUST received a fresh I lot of Garden Seeds LONG & GRiVtrr, & HARNESS MAKING. I 40,000 White do ,

.J'"-; Judge of the Court of Leon County, for ( L itv Partnership heretofore existing between of the growth of 183S. For sale I HAVE established 'liemselves at New I For ale b/ IIOLT b
letter of administration on the Eat.tClClf Win S. WM. P. DUV.4L and the Honorable by BARNARDJr.. transaction of Commission d respectfully inform thecit- I St. Marka and Port XILUa.

Porter.deceased. WM. P OOIlMAN.ocltt RICHARD C. ALLEN hue been dissolved by the Tallahassee. 13th Dec. 183Dru i.t. and solicit tbe flAil nfl.Jre nf their CrienA Tallahassee and TiciniU, that he : 3Itt

I a.ppointmenl, under the United Fta4es, of the latter public. to which they pledge their best seri the \. buaines i in this city in: GALLIGIIAN'SFEVER VEGETABLE-
of Piano Forte Music. ArrilT 35 if immediately opposite Col. Wjatt's AND
a aUudge the Superior Courts for Florida. AGUE PILLS
Xotlce. Wm. P. DUVAL. &. Wm.. II. BROCKEN- FOR SALEat the Jewelry Store of Merars I NOTICE. .street where he ia prepared to A certain and lastias cure IOrtl
SIX weeks after dale I ahall apply to the Hon. BROUGHare now associated in theraZice 'Ylnt & Nuil%. formerly J Gerardin. entrusted to his ellre. He will I aale by diseam,. v*
partners flhIE subscriber
County Court of Leon Count. for )letter The informs his friends and complete sets of Carriage and
of Law.
first Valuable RANDOLPH
p Plantation
residing at atTalliba&see Sale. i: lie k
he .
that has
administration oo the Ealale of Robert Hum. the latter at'the town of A ppalachicola. Wm. P. subscriber Wing about to leave the Ter trade DUVAL & purchased the entire **, repair old sets and renew _T.labure! April 14. 1338.COPARTNEftjjj. LtwJ8_
phrey,. file wf.id County, deoeaaed. THE HUTCHINS and the bu.in ,and all Leather Work of 3a
Duvil wiU attend the
offers Carriage
court Appeals and the Superior for sale Ins plantation in Jefferson hereafter be continued in his own in -
oct M 6t name
BCNJAMLNW.OAUSC- court. in I eon, Jefferson GadsdenFrdnk., county Florida, which lies four miles N. E. ofMonticdlo tore; occupied by them. He returns hi the Slock .
Notice. u lin, and Calhoun Counties. Mi. Broekenbrough thirty-three from Tallahassee, and the public for the liberal encouragement*he and other Accoutrement. made, .ui.i the subscribers hue this .rJl.H.

week after dat. I shall apply to the Hon I will attend the court of Appeals and the Superior eighteen from Tliomasville. Ga-, through which ceived, and he solicites a continuance of the Co-partnership under the firm .1 day iate. _Ie
"''e Jv r* of the County Court of Lron Courtsof Jackson, YranL.ln. Calhoun and Leon place the great Brunswick Rail Road will. shortly He has on hand and wi'-l continue to keep a nolkit the patronage of the RUTGERS. Tney solicit a < OOWUNa ,
: c counlie W.V. P. D1JVAL.wit. be constructed. The attention to b'n"etf', and faithful I heretofore ccatiaonu tl tint
County, for letter of administration tho tract contains twelveeightsand assortment of such goods as are patronage bestowed
on *ta1e necessary oa -
.f William H. Rod,", deceased.JOHIf H.DROCKENBROUGH a half or 1,000 acres of land, two-thirds of it town and country trade. He invites all tbo hia work he hope to merit and re JOSEPH: DOWLIXG eoaem.
Jov. S8. ] lC-Cm i being excellent hammock: oak and hickory and have outstanding accounts previous of the came. EDWARD
to 1839.
I --- G. GANUS.
Tallahaaeee. Oct 5. 1K39. Cw Notice, the balance pine land of a chocolate color. 'fhero nnu settle the same isrucrs iiom the UUIi TallahisseAprils.. 13 9XMItE.

:- THOS. H.DU V A L. Attorney LAW, informs I are upon this tract of-Und a comforUb'e! dwel'ing be punctually attended to, and goods ( & GLASS WARE -lte

NOTICE. friend, and citizens generally of Madison house, gin h.ucc and screw and all the other the lowest market price. China Tea and Dinner -

SIX week the after date I ahall apply to the Judge County, that he lias determined to locate liini.e appertenmices peculiar to a firm as well as near The hi."'hcsl prices given for all kinds *:,: ."), W. //. FRANChi.>e'ts, Wines ALL persons& indebted to lime firm of ;

Loiter of County Administration Cdnrt of Jefferson Coanty, for s f permanently, in the ensuing Fall, at the new about four hundred acres of land under a good Jllce. ALEX. FOR.MY Jan 12. 11'.33 23tf ed that' .th.' have CoorloBej, -rdreiC,
ON the uaedminislered I county scat, fur the fence and in oi Tallahassee! 23. I8.1H.; y remiveo fromMi nolu
Eatatcof Jane purpo tof pursuing his profcscion. a high state cultivation,tile greatest April 3 rish Store:.MicauLieacd |0p**
Hall.dec.d.lale of aaid County. prat of winch is (freJIh..iL having been cleared! with c & Harness JIaklng. recital lust i t
call .J
Y' Ocf 19.1S3>. WM. BUDD. Cireunistancr require him to bo absent from the in the last three years. Thc Mud is well watered, P. II. SWAIi\1 & CO. : \r,having e. ag..d the servi I immediately and pay their \tlID4 ,- ccoafl ,.
a. de
NOTICE. Territory until October next but any business and during the residence of t.'ie! subscriber upon it, / & Caniage ind ilarn" \taker,from I soon they are irous of selthcg: ; cj p ihtr bt, ??,,,

SIX week after d.t.1 ahall apply to the jude ; which may be entrusted to him. during his absence he has not had the first care of .hill and fever in MERCHANTS 'en-e tiin'orm 'his friends ar.J! the '.t i'a"I1 a< 1.osib1e. BE.VJJ3II.X: BYKD k(.

the County Court of Leon county for; will ba attended to by Wm. ). Randolph e*q. hi. white or black family. The .ub!criber invites : t-r-lers for repurs .c.hsllcc. p'iPC r -f11e-.10-3m

.. letters administration on the & of John To Tallahassee. July 4.-tf re fJh8 ho are de'lrouli ofploreha.inv rood land. And General Dealers in Dry th exr;,-i.tcti. Tallahassee Uxchan -

by, deceased late of Leon county. Dr. A. Jl.HAVINCf RA in Florida lo call and examine for themselves 1 as GROCERIES, PROVISION .c. Work Done. 1' liB Establishment u ROW nu d;e.
.Oct. 18. 18S9. RICHARD GRIFFIN. lo-aie l DOLPI oC.I be will lake pleasure in showing tlim his lines and P. II.'SV.'AIM. / St. ){;" E .il. CLATIK I expense for the bumaess up asiiterable -
l'edce. profe* ionhefices Ilimefin TaI3"a to the"ee.)public. the :Sand conUinnd within iti' prccinets.A ERXSTL'S hive COMBJ J ;!; ay 5. IE3.3.'f_ cc.miug Season; by Messrs. V.'iIInni..-%- I..J.._.to.t..*
and --
SIX week after dale, application will be made He i* to be Could nt the office of L>r. J. H. Uandolji. good bargain will be granted and Ii'cralterm.! THEY large of commodious .ITOR ISE. ---- I are now prepared to accommodate Tei>fy" fw"
; storage cotton and QI"r'IHudi"e t ty-five Gentle
the Judge o! the County Court for the .. Mi Monroe Street.Jfaygfi I will be gi eo. will to lohile, via Florida. men with Day board.Breakfast.
comity of Leon for letter 42 pay particular attention lo rccfiving I Snacks Soups. Dinners
of administration GEORGE GRAVES. i THIS .pTen.Ud iin. ol four 8npp !
*n ing ai.d sliippmir cottoa and ice, n
the merchandise at i he
to Shorten
eatate of
Timothy ATCarlj, late ol' laid coun. LEGAI NOTICE. Jefferson co. Fla. United Horse l'st Coaches and4tearnbots Notice until 12 o'eleck
rlJrt.illthe Slates. ertrj
deceased.. Thomas June 8. I Itf39.-tf.- They live i is night. The Restaurat slUehed ia
Hallfl and Walker Anderson Attor on hand lire and ; 'ow runnirg neatly Clkl
a extend wit! 'p
assorlnient of v priute bole"
A. M. ALEXANDER. ._ -.tLre' limeS week, where the lovers of
n..t a
practice in coratl"hip in th< TO nE .r.a .fall descriptions, which they will sell low in r ., T between and drinkable. (004"table.
ELIZABETH McCARTT, Superior Courts of the Cnuntioe of Jefferson Plantation losut: \ : pom* westward it pa'1.s can enjoy ,ibemseive*. 'WI
Leon for
at Shell Point ; purchasers, cash haII!J
1.rh. Oct. 3 THE or approved commence next
1S3Q. 6wltedee. Gadrden Mondye, \.ln8idaYl. Wednesday 'iat,,.
rnklin. Calhoun and ,3i iIFri- ermtng
an occupied by Mr. A. They iiojic by a strict and dicing
attention Salt
prompt good Water
i in the court of Appeals I I'eu !ro 3,219 milin 40 hoar Oyster ia _
at Tallalian-ee. Forrester, i is offered for rent the interests of those entrusting bunness. with every j' '
ensu their
6t IIX weeks afterdate( I *l'alapplytoth.Judge! Address of Thome Ballioll, Apalachicola. ing year. For term. and further m- to merit a continuance of the liberal I'> l mi*" in 50( ours; oing in'-rthward I every other delicacy the season affMo.

1 ofth. County Court of Leon County f.r loi Address cf Walker Anderson, Tallahasssee. ther information, apply to heretofore enjoyed. ,; Jgb dmrey, Sundays, Tuesdays, ang3Qtf J. G. \tJLU.118.

ten of.fdroia lLruion on the estate .f Simon Fra June 15. li33.-lf H. H. BERRY, St. Mark.Jan.30 123:. reach .Vacon, J79 miles in 36 J. R. LLOYD.
iler deceased. (I"ed is :tenter by 20 miles a
Notice.tTll _ 20lfBLA.XKS. A Plantation & Land for Sale.
Talla.h.G"t: --- 1' -n h r.toforr.011 the line.
19 fit JOhN eRA W. SI"srilor han>g erected STEAM Co-Partnership tIe Lest 8SO Acres of Land lying ia Leon Gout
I THE I t.e-e-of.,, ni."in : possible. ;,
NOTICE. ,MILL at his plave) two and a half mile. Easl of General Assortment fl Blanks of STEWART 4RXAHD, steady and attentive. Township one, Raogs two, north-east adjoiaisf
A printed no the lands of
SIX Month after date, I shill present my act Ta\h. see, will be reixlr at all tinus t suppl/ good paper. for sale nt this Office. dissolved by the death of the s' nioi par: st)4"d and comfortable. 250 CarL Lester and Major Lea,abut
and roacher, and and Ital th..t who him Justices persons in the
apply Hon. mayor I Executions Blank Deeds! are requrs'cd lo y Grange to Pensacoa! i the i
Judge of the County Court of Leon County for a with application. JOHN G. GAMBLE. Surnmoi.a, Bills! of Sale: immediate settlement and all having clums, on premise a dwelling House alp boasea

h.' di.cbargefrointhe administration oftbe iate of Nelianr.nlhla. June 23.1838. 4f SubjxtnaK, .Attorney's Declaration" plca.I present the ame. n is running regular connection I Barnes Stables, Gin house Screw and all ateeaurj -

t Hector l stage on
\I' __Sept 7, 1839 JENNET LESLIE. &c. Jb-. Ac. Ae. Talaha.-8te'! July? 14, 1339. l much reduced. There' is a can examine the Lands and by calling oa mj
._ Attorney faic -- J.I .
brother Yickers who will show the
? a Daesaf
!>e post coaches, beswcen
.' NOTICE. TALLAHAH LNTENDA.NfS OFFICE Cbattahoo- the laud and is
, Florida. CO-VARTERSIllP. /. authorised to 'fortlte
I Mont rP. iimi.
SIX after date, I will present my ac- Office etaira in the Old Land of TilE Sultbcnhcrs hare entered int. partnership TAL.ABjIBE& 16. IU33. ) : hotel 'l'ailalauee. Terms one sad two ypars.

viva Hum IID the* and voucher*,end innlv for a '. Tann iQRunisircuon oi me estate ol n.ear --- wi'l carry on ine bosinrss \1F.RCIIA.tT'T.\i i TaKahan-ec tile owner of all r Line. to cnquir Thouiasville, Aug. IS, 8:39. tf
deoeaaed.Bep CABINET MAKING. LORS, both in this place and the city of New I improved lot, in the limits of the I. WILSON. -

I" IB3P 6m HORACE VANN. subscriber thankful Y ork. Arrangements "have been made: for a con. I; TaIL.ue. are hereby notified that if the : Agent QtiDcr DISSOLUTION.A .
Adm'r of Krdar .4-j THE st ant and full grow on 3ia !lots,such bu_ Qr A 111E Copartnership heretofore ttier
Van dcc'd. past favours Respectfully supply Cloths, Cassimeres as ne% weeds, & existing ';,
tl' Notice. ) :!l. inform Iho citizens of in gs, etc. and a large assortment of Ready Vest-I not removed before the 1st of next June the OF BILIOUS COMPLAINTS ii the firm ofW.ddel. Randolph A. Lewia,. '

SIX month. after date I hall -. 1'atahu.e and ,vicinity thai f'lothing and thy are now prepnred to accommo bushes, weed, &c. shall be removed by the MODE OF CURE.-A I this day dissolved by mutual COORD!. % .

and vouchers, and present my ac -- 12 continue to Carry on the date their cuatomrra and the public, in any article ration at the expense of the owner of lols. lftionste quantity bile wellrega-' I W.W.WADDFLJ. .

I' We Judge ofth. County Court apply 01 Lon to the honor-for II i ij, Making bnsineM in called lot in thir line. One of the partner, Mr. said undergrowth, bu hc weeds, &c. being : requisite for the promotion upon the of r H. BANDOLPH.

a discharge from the administration of the county '- all 11*variety the old stand Wa !e, residing in New York, will enable them to I dared a nuisance-And, Ihe citizens arc it stimulates digestion, and B. C. LEWIS.
.: Charles Oariu d.c..4.lat. of .id estate of ofBIrs and Ribolda opposite e excrut all orders promptly and on the most rea required that their back yards be swept ever/ free from all obstruction keeps I 'Tallahassee. August 13, 1839-

;, I H. II. I".ount,. Cl. W.U'I Store, where he r.oll4ble tenl11. J. B. BULL, turday morning and that the nweepiugs be 'fI"v of the liver i.i a peculiar bad-On i The business will be coatiottedky .ab erv ,

.: July Ji, 1833.-om WALKER .i bo h"ppy t from biB friends and HE.NRY WADE a box or barrel on the edge of the streets so ( bile is first preserved, bers. under the firm of Randolph 0 Lewis wia
Admininrator the being form 'will .
f .- public,enerI,. SiJcboaH I3oreau'.and fiirni. Talaha: -oeerr.. 17.1WS. 15CJTVUOTEL. corporation cart may remove time same from the blood Thence it :tle! the affairs of tlio former partnerships

I Administrator's Notice. tore of every description,made in a fashionable and I the day. R. B. KER, and intestines, and pac J. II. RANDOLPH. ;I
SIX month.alter date I shall manner, and on reasonable and I Tallahassee May 17-6m.JVATI1 __ __ regulates the all- 17 if B. C. LEWIS. /
to the terms
apply Judfe ..bbti.1 B. BULL, would inform Ins ?? wr r<.0 nrll there i*a aenciency !
I Soil the County Court of Jefferson coant,.for a b e hopes by etricl attention tf bu.inee to merit I R lisa taken tho abate named friends that lie AX'S HOTEL. is constantly eo tive. On the other CIVIL ENGINEERING. J
settlement and discharge from the adminirtra-, end receive a liberal share ofthe patronage ef the establishment, fffl HE subrcriber takes the liberty of ; of bile
formerly subscriber
kept by Capt. Thomas cantcs having ;
fiequent closed
lion of Brown for the
William F. Taylor "lie. where} he JL his friends THE prem)
and the .
deceased late of p public and
L. .0IlDt,. aid would be glad! al all limes to se his old friends ando has generally, ; often promotes vtry se. engagement as Resident engineer eflU.' .
JACOB BLESS. purchased the House (
t give them Ins best attentions. lately known as which sometimes end in Brunswick and Florida Rail Road now efTentiicrvice
DARIUS If. B. All kind. furniture FLORIDA HOI'SE( "
WILLIAMS repaired on reason Tallahassee, June 22-16-lf Quincy which under s to the public in the
following braackail
June Am'r. of Wm. F. Taylor,dec'd. able term.. -- .tlntte>i fAnslri/**.. hall under- -."onl-.._ lhnrn..h_u_.__.. '_'.ft ,.preceded by syraplomrof dis- hIS I profession :-Locatin and eon.-tructia. Lit
8, 1839. 44 fa. TallsK.. e Sept. 7lh, 139-tf A. SCOTT and in which he is now ready to receive and ; as are also scrotulous/ disorders, Roads Canals Aqueduciw, and Turnpike K
lain, to the best of his
NOTICE.VlX ATE4CIIERWANTED.A Plain.and Ornamental Pla torcr. him with their ability, all who may functions!, organi or febrile ma king i-srtey and estimates for the reoovaI.1..

month after date I ."anapply to the Judge Teacher is wanted to takecliargo of the Jef RESPECTFULLY inlorma the eit.zcnufT.I- To those! wlo patronage.know the same cause, the natural and tructions in rivers, &c. designing and roail/seJ-

"3 of the County Court of Gldndeti _tL frrnon Acadnny at Moniicello. This institution vicinity thai during hi. ab himhe deemit t the heart and the whole vascn- i ng Bridges, Mill-dams,.Marine Railways, Dnocka.
be Ceuaty, t. sence tliisaumnier, Mr. Oliver P. Roberts ry to make promises with regard to the : n'd and reduced ) and other
who i below its hydraulic
discharged frum the administration of the. ., is largo and fliurisliing, end from the licnltliiitces be found at R. B. may which yie house will be 1 exhibited natur works. Having kw
tate of H. ;/. Graves, dec'd of said "oant of il- rte hi"1 fair to become more ao, under Ker's will execute all work in has kept. To all in palpitations, knguid many years experience as pri eipal.-\aai.'ailltollae
his line of business. only to cal! and
I CIIA8. II. AtISTINAdm. the eonduel end manigsmenlofaakilful Reference F. Eppes, It. K. say judge for /ourselves, limbs syncope and even death l ate ceebrated; Loammi Baldwin. Etq. Civil.fi-
Call) R.. J. Ifukle as you fir.d him,so speak of him. ': of
Jell an neer.lie with
istfLKONSUPER10R I 'I he Trustee bring desirous ofadnncng its wel of a pe treat confidence asks tie p trt -
fare and it. Mat 4 1839. .1tf ISAAC :\ substance to the digestive age ol the public.Ord.rs .
extending require from I organs.
wil Quincy.
: April of
COUKT. any applicant the IOt unquestionable testimonial BEEF: CATTLE. billions disease is at all time for all kind. of3urvyiurLeTfllBfn! -

.. VACATION, July 5th, J8g, o character and capacity. The Trustees will pre Administrator's Notice.' symptom of an existingdis thematical calculations, Architectural drawiaf

Urelu Dir,,. Complainant. fer a Tech who has had experience in his pro. W.iXTED l.. purchase good BEEF A LL persons indebted in to ; stomach and boweli.i. c. witii I drawings of patent Ma climes, Maps, Plane twill .

. \1N8T t tension, and .I family. Application the subscriber CATTLE, for which the higher .1JL Gray, deceased laic of Jefferson any way tt are known to point out their con be attended to, either by hinuelf persoaally! .r
: Jttici J. Biff. John a:!ont elo.will meet with attention.J. t /tl price -"ill be circa,on application to heicby called upon to make immediate county, morbid irritating nature but when by his assistants-Application by \J.il.or oU>--

' Taylor Green II: S'l j M CANTS BROWN &. GALBRAITII. the adinini lr.l<>r hereof: and all canal happens to be loaded wine promptly noticed.

'; Tom Peter Chairte, I Sep ?0 1839 If Chairman B. T. Tallahassee. 2025tf any demands against the came nil!persona muter, some deraugvmenl of.the Refer to Col.S. Thayer,late Principal efWti .

tor of the List Will and I r D. AUSTIN & CO. without delay to the subscriber,properly present either of the general system! or. Point Acadrmy.Hon. .

Testament of Drory William TERRITOUV OF FLORIDA. inform the citizens of Tallahassee GEORGE W. STANDLEY.' : organ of the body is the certain T. B. King.Prrst.Brunswick\ Fla.B-R.Ci

*. dec'd, Bell,, l JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT, Al. D. WOULD ,thauhey have taken the ; Sept. 28. I83l. 8l this stats happens to be united; P.T.Jackson Eaq. Boston i- Lo*' ell RC..CoCapt.
_ -F.uh.1I0 Willis S. Davis ) Attachment for fCOva storeon \ of .
'it Parris
Defendant Main Streetlately occupied by D. C. \ViIon: effects are a. Architect & Engineer, B..toD"B.
-- Sawyer CJote ; >damages f 150. Returnable E,q.,where they are now opening a complete ., .I OlIN LEDGERWOOD, is my aggravated. The progress of F. PERHAJf.Tbomasville .

',.. Meade, Warren Ial'li.OJum. )to September term Io39. 's) of Rich WATCHES, Jewelry. asrtment authorised Agent, during my absence is often so rapid a* scarcely ,Thos.Co. Georgia, ang ll If

-. 1 Edward C. I persons concerned will lake notice of the institution and Plated Ware, Cutlery Fancy articles Sih'er.. the Territory. L. A. { the application of such aid as ia to -

; H. Baesett Robert of tli c above *uit attachment ; and the which they offer on as good terms &c: I i Si. Mark, Sept. 21st, 1839. yet in general! the premonitory Notice.
? .\ orn, J. Brewater, i.Jten1baJt'J I defendant. and all persons interested are requested purchased in this country. as they can be load are perceptible for a SIX months after date we shall applY to I"

: ter, Alfred K I to appear and plead to the declaration filed in this Personal attention given to Watch LAND FOR SALE. to the feverish paroxism, a .Judge of the County Court or Gahletl

I'f Weed and HW experience they
It appearing Sep. IS 1839. for can assure the of LASt),situate in the of Iho may Archibald Love of said ,dec'd.
satisfactory that the defendant*p, Ally plff. public, will be don in fml-rate mnnner. county stomach and alimentary county
q} June J. Dirge, '- Beely.' .- Filth Robert Y. We'.ford! ) flatter themselves) thnt by given due attention They ison, adjoining land of Tho I. J. Lin Ion, Esq. I contents, and thus reducing THOS. B. GRAHAM

' ; /T.OM. -. Sawyer i- Cldte. __ Meade, Tg Attachmont for .-'.-n, al.Wiiam bnsincsK, with a desire to please, to receive ashare in Lands are of the first quality and will be I of di ca!'. I DANIEL LOVES

:, Warren -Xemball Edward C. Richard*. Naae Currie. Slued 4lh June, 1839. ofthe public patronage.Taliahasscr of in gross or in lots to suit purchasers. ] Medicines lOUd: .Iw Aug..lO. -ifFURNITURE. EsrtWtlfL

H. BaaMtt, Robert W Aborn J. Brewster. THE and all others interested will I November 17. JR3R. 1.1 wishing to ,urcliie will call upon the r ', stages of billions complaints y.; .
i L. -.., Alfred Kenrftaw. N. Weed, if H.: notice of the institution of said at his Plantation m Leon county, or on in strictly according to the direc Sf KIRKSEY have weeivrd IDa ii'

Weeddefendant in this cause, rwide out of the attachment, and they ire requited to appear suitfcy and I NEW BALTIMORE FLOUR, wu. Linlon Esq. who is authorized to dispose of :, effect a cure. KERR(or sale of fant-
Territory of Florida, aud in the United State of. plead to the declaration filed in aid case accord swttel; Baltimore cured Hams, Baltimore ame. Clear warrantee title. will be njadc to medicines often prescribed in these lure 00 H reasonable a large assortment efitr*

P! America. It therefore ordered that the laid di I. ing to law. Sides do Lard, Guslien Butter, Dried Beef i chasers. FREDERICK SCO they may effect a temporary to the public term.a* ever before
fVndaAU Bologna Sausages Sardines ; Miccofukir, Sept. time consisting of
answer theeompfaioant bill of R. O. WELLFORD. Salmon assorted 28,1839. 'fNO'l'ICE. cicala an unhealthy of
elate Kflpmf
& oa or before the expiratioa of Tour month complaint, or the S Jane 8, 13$. 44 Att'y for pPlff.To Pickets. Old Rye Whiskey, Apple Brandy,Cham. -------.1.-.:__ ......_j-IV_ _I'_lI..OIO..__. Bureaus. .Dd sideboards.ofa Bcdlteada
Cider,75 sack :. and,secretaries:
aid pagno Oats 95
bill will be taken confeaao keg assorted Nails disease which
pre the they are .
against Subscriber Centra
., aid fine cut chewing Tobacco. 10 THE being compelled by re.1 card and extension tables
VelVodanU. It U farther ordered th Planters. keg Duponl's best health by the use ofpnrg'hges. j..
that I. to leave Florida Bedateada Alatrtsse >
Powder 25 fur short
., SCREWS canisters do do a ,
pejUc* be pabliabed. in the Floridia a pipor IRON received by the Schoone aborted Shot. Bar ha* appointed Minor Walker' compound,, which, pos, Mahogany chairs
rP Lead
nrhrted in the of luke,, from Baltimore, are read Strained Oil, Linseed Oil. White Esq. hi. ( '
city Tallahaeere now no dcliierious .
for the ,, ..
Deputy Marshal
of for apace or delivery Lead. r and Cot Augusts Alston agencies I no &i..g', nameIM eaildrena diairs, witfc a h
RICHARD Q. same. Apply ,
WKLLFORU r"IeDtufll ti a Agent. or alteration ruth
The S. |J. can :some assortment of chairs, live CCC,
Juneta-flf undersigned dining
Jnlr R. are receiving the above with into
TaDahaa.ee. e. 1 3i. action and
.1 Clerk DETON. ..*!*.-U 4\f. otber .vfla. -.-1.-a-,. W-+-mlr--..*.' al....t._ mm t'..r"..m.*.. ..w-I'' Juue 10ti.Fresh .k dr.ct.. .""VI', ;II.*.,t .therefore.k.. .*_ -1_u.*pa._ i : rrs, .1c" '
1EON-VFERIOftCOURT. For sale, sorlmenl complete by the schooner Fulvia from Groceries --- is found.- -- -'''0' Tallahassee? AUf 3.( _

-- .- V. 11.trl...I.... Attachment"$516 6t A NEGRO Jun. 8. li39.Admlnlatrator.BOY.. Enquire thi* office Baltimore all of vt bicb will be sold low for cash. JUST received from New& Orleans Provisions. and Pheilix Bitters hive ._FOB SALE. .
reopflSO D. C. WILSON & CO. bbl". Loaf ,t TIXlures. -
fe Sugar. happy in their effects in First rate Seal Press and
_ Tallahassee cases ,
Returnable fall Sept. 28,1839.COACH .
tern .
AsbrouCrn., loUce. 10 lih.Th. brown dov ". of any purely vegetable prepA. .
I8lt. ,A LL | .. claims 150 bbl.. Pork. to time MILLER.CITIZEN'S .
The IIon. estate public If the JIOLT *
.t defendant all aiJ MAKING. stomach i i.
and other are notified ef the xSL'of ffylvaiiua 25 .. ,._ _u .-
Ellis,late of Leon'eounty hhds. Bacon Side.. H '
I ,'.ptUotioa, of thi* wit I/attachment, and are dec., THE Subscriber beg leave to inform his .1 cxcllIIIg It to b4iIU>V otf ita .
are hereby notified
re. For COFFEE
to sale
present the friend on reasonable they : to tho
earn tome, or and customers in that terms by. pass duoden'um.with
aired general he has '
to re.
app.uand .. T. R. t
plead accordingly.jttg Bclton HE-Subrciberi thia &u.WlrIJ-
Esq. Talah! or"nausea ", haw opened:
I see, duly proven, with moved hia Coach HOWLING & RUTGERS. in ,the stomach
17 Making Establishment
4m ; .
Wm. in
; : RANDOLPH att, for plff' the time prescribed by law, and all person in. fiorn opposite the new Court House, to Tallahassee, May IS. 1839. vicero,' sthc'ljrer and V meal in. the City of TaIbssseetu0Th

_ monib alter I debted to aaid estate are hereby to make little west of the a -rEuImppy prodnco, a more Jloniw street opposite tbo Capitol. lad aear the .
date copious flow
requested Presbyterian Church the OF of .
_______ SIX ,application_ will be made immediate on 200 FJLOR1DA. Reprceeotative Hall. prepared to *c.eOlllm
; payment the the The/,are.
tbifl.noraWeth. Jadre of the Ceunty tenon living in Jef. foot street; where having creeled salable build .. JEFFERSON SUPERIOR C'LIICI'. M.D. : intcstince stimulating the ac.
FIR date the citixen'in aad OB
: ..rlo/Gadadc. county, MOSES ELLIS adm. ing Jobii M. Brooks ) terminating in the' good style,.
County,fer' a noal elllemat and employed a good set of workmen, and teen !. Attachment fot.S537.. cost, trst rat.
4ihs.1.from the ofSyIanui Ellis, dec *d a complete assortment v* flow of tho n. eexs particle ol. conimodatiug term, intending to keep a
_ admiDisiratortfalp of Fran*!i. A* one 20-((5m .material( will bf >djmage tlOOO -Rtttaunaa." :Di I tSmtrOytten. FSW7L
Brtatfuto, en
Cub1i dec. Isle of found Halttia OJura. matters, or retained
aaid eoanjy, ready to execute all 'order*.in.any branch ol )ble to November term aecrotiona ,s4
FrUd3 e13l
_ Ac. served ia r gu''*
ISAAC -I the !
J4UBATT. adroiaistraUr, Administrator's Notice. business wit n"aln. aa and despatch. persona concerned will lake'notice of i the iwowpllfiifnUbtd.. The Bat, fo (uraicitacl.witJa-
'. HARRIET A. J4RRATTadminitratrix IX months after dale I shall H U BERRY. tiluliop of ihe above suit b attachmenl and by :
; tt .
,. anti <
apply to I he judge well. careful/ achi4Cd.tOk of Wiaqai ** .
,; ,J""Jt r C9 ofthe County Coortof Jeffercon for N. .B. ITarneu mad and repaired the best I defendant and all person intercsted'aro:r q RANDOLrH.LEwIa, .

.eulMt .J- -JII..P..L." -.._......ceanly_ J_'_' a m-nner. u aburl. I to appear and plead to the'declaration filed in 59.-If ntendYng paeverattention W tb,t'lUbinent .)

3 PMlII3TJt.tTOR'8 NOTICE, tioq G. 81.h.dMAed. "Cmlnt.ra Sept 14 1839 tfGostenhofer cast. : ALC NTS. STAPLE,GOODS. they 'pcctlbnr'IOJ "a pe_UCtheubLic. or

; 4otb, after dale, I ahalJ present mae- MARY SIEH"idminiltrtriz : _-Sep'121839. 3m. "'.r plff.! C18 offers (er sal.I .a general I .' r. I.a. gRICEv
;cqlIstL'pd Vfoohc* tad 2, & Davies ----- I II
*, apply u the Hoa. aa .' COMIRIO1-IIEitCHAtT A '8TRAytHOB8E.-Taken' 'of Fancy. and Staple Goods I hiFAYAT4Tallahassee
gioU.acC.cty Certfr 8 op at i .
a final settlement of Silk, Sh.wtaNork 1awt- .
4. Plantat 12,183s, _
NEWOltL&8NtJ. some weeks'ego cheanut _
It ICE a
toyeVJfoai the Ad0 .iiratbn : t JiORliah thread
of.the eIr .
: and/.UoWnel H-
:; Sal30 Tierce H.Bond.Eaq; HOUSE with cue hiud i
fM4bMcC1mmIegs-sftd bestCbarletton "I" fbotvbita to the-
WileSearbo.' FOR RICE up e&aaimerea aaltinetta .'.BEST&17BA11T.r
,j>Mff 4lat* of Loon County, Florida 8t AJark*,or Part Leon, by a 3fcs r*.' BettopKerr'jt & F Jlher.. l lock,end a sraalf Vnitij' pot. in the. face. The ow rabrtin.oznaburg.54cs- ; Alec and Sobwribeih Worm tb pubiiC, !bt th.,.
64 THE
BEN/ MIN'BVRD, : IOLT{ & )IILLER..ELLIOT'S'COB1t" Kirkiey' { er tbo can him by paying for thi* ... .n4 .ea, for sale'low for cash pUTCba1ed.OO <' 1f.J.81.a .' 11'iabUahm

-? Mf4I, Admineittor.i T.llabuaeo.r expencci, b/ bPpliog. the Plantation( .. H p it anti Otuft .cel1 kpt-bt hi1m U'inil
--- R. CFRE. T Bfolyneur, Whhetby, J- Co. Liverpool. JOHW L R, I .? "caE-;! CCh.u.-la..co.a..u.-c *

-U I D uncommon'Deee'ljlY'AfcJ'wbtrner ELLIOTS PL STEflhubecQtiae.! vita I, March 23, 1839 \ 33 1/ *f -.Fep.23;1899.. '.3t.1. ,:milet, 1! eaat'of* alJat.. ABE&NATRY-UANiA- ..cOrkfou. & Etiiti rHo ell Tie,. ...aM.Uir tM

tTh.Judj. been introducedttfenlDerae4cd -ilha* JTS' -. \ I ".. I i iODU" ..
pIbQiiettcotT atller
: ,. foiidminie. use. or other BECE1TED ;Liae n4 Wa. J. d : '
n> *ad.diIi rr* fnmbt tamedieafor-tbecBreorCornf i* O'filE flUNDItEDOUNCE8Motc'hins .frfiw' QTflHE$ ijtiy'has.' eonatsnU/band:[ 'Ntt -J. : :.t, lepf 1J .' 1" 1' .:

;'d Jokff Qe rp, 4cwmdki.ossid A frwanpHcjitionawiU.ntiniily thelarr-! ,. Butbat't.A ...Dd vM QriaJe w ( .W-tcosn .ueoruaeat oLKA l'aE aajt$ Ci".... ('HearBond..wt. .,.' a"uoo.. .fr.IJ .!
cat core, wj a .p J '
If. 1 undprcrentfartherptin. -f' .epirapMQnepelVrahsDd i I JoGndsRarneCarrfags BeofHAlftfo : : t4tfl.: .4r.. m,4
Price 40 cenn per b 4tAB1DB.W1LLI4MS. a r JoJ e' t pli :.U.\ : : ; uatl.l'r
For Sile In ; : ; qyl..Jt..u ..II. ., .
TiflaJjMas cn4ilu. .
., at ttDn>r8terer et. pJ of Dnsgs, Msdlcin, *:PUstwiogt '41ohI CJttItfJ. ; .. '
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