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 16, 1839
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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and fire 5- "LATSZOU8.FAIRE.. : ,"Jrl y ; ;
All letter relative to business must be post paid, S S t--c ";. : 1 ;- '} post note system, and 19 sho S :
rtbey will not receive attention.Advertising IDiIl & ClWIm -- sums.nd.zth. ii 'certin Iaa.
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tloct or less,will be inserted at one dollar for the 8200 REWARD.P I : flagging and flop .\i 'CONVENTION OF 'MERCHANT? redeem :aU'ihario&fcgations/Mlwt'nJa'ef trie .- -.Y IJ 4J wqh ." ._

Crrl insertion and 75 cents for each continuanceover K O'C L & ffl A TI, 0 N -1UsT. J landing from brig Billow, t*. J ,' I I Bankinglosiitotiota; : otMh**t1fliiWias ,Ufl SteaS&v t.fi. -. S
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and under will be .f tQ-tltff
twlve lines twentj-four 99 10 bale. heavy 44 inch I Ccn&nly; propiUom TPMy
By Richard, Call Governor the Bagging yoked and to "' Vj** '- '.
chirjcJ two *quare For a single rqnaJe by of Sdo da 4J do do The following Report was read and adopted -.: ; guard arpait-of thVpn> rtr; .. ,tse. "M"--t't.1 pecwti,our.
tho year, 20 dollar Profswional notice 15 dollar Territory oj Florida. 5 do extra 44 dn do so. transmitted tbroogrrtheir instrumentality, C "'b'tD.. :.utru.m; GOUhanksat41Q ,
I Convention : S'i
*. Yearly ad verti**MI with the privilege of four WHEREAS, it has bcen represented to me, TOO coils Kentucky FJopo in the Macon ., on Thursday, from unnecessary, sacrifice In-the mark'etofconsumption 01' ..,,- Jv 'ha "..

MUirf* per''week. 50 dollars. Advertising to bo R, a Negro belonging the 50 do Rucsid d ,
aivtnce. Yearly udrcrt'ming quarterly Estate Richard Parish deceased 2 bales cotes ,c rn14Is Mt li tjtmaquestioaa'a
paid for i charged with Baleing 'Twine nha'l size REPORT : of 1833 -conclusire: 'of ':' :1.
jy'0 adrerttsemcnt will be inserted unle\laccor.1pa the murder of one Herring alledged to have been Oct 26 hOWLING & RUTGERS. j large crop proof neastre,;qOIDIY4 t3it1a1sa1ty >
ned fcy the money or a responsible reference in this committed in the County of Franklin and Territory The Committee to whom was referred the, what may be done by consignees! thoroughly' 1' ',Ii orsns1. i4;r\Y.tb 'ezfi

citv except from a regular customer, or forwarded ; aforesaid, has broke Jail and made his escape. A LL Ex cntor's Notice. Resolution instructing them to present the devoted to American: interests, 'subject to no Jar,fro to saying,j&atsQj stgncaiim4y; **.:

by" an agent.All S Now, Therefore in pursuance of Law, I do I. Estate perrons of Abraham hiving any Bellamy:demands aeainsl decca the id. subjects on which the Convention was called I necessity by heavy 'advances' to glut the : the interruption of payments jas'cQi byOur"bauks'i"td
J.-.telv !
of candidates for office hereby offer Reward of Two ,
announcement will Hundred Dollar Jefferson to deliberate and act, beg leave to Re. market, by forcing upon' it large stocks fn '
comity arc forthwith upon be regarded;.with .other ted
be charged! Five Dollar for insertion during for the apprehension and delivery of the aid requested to ren .
canv**!, payable in all cases in adrance. HUNTER in any Jail in the District of West der in their claim, properly attested, to Wm. port- constant and disastrous succession S : gli those,of profound, zegcet j but w.:
.411 personal communications which are ad.I Florida and I do hereby enjoin all Magistrates and Cudd the, M Hiticello! and all persons who are indebted That after the full exposition which is In this brief outline, is embraced the whole 'apprehend that tbiarsuspenaioiK has '
mi,qiblt'.or commutations : to one's indivi, i Peace Officers to be vigilant in the apprehensionof to samo will. n ake WILLIAM payment to BELLAMY contained in the Cotton Circular adopted by bend and front of the offence which has ltd to ftomatnanifc.stand.! .unavoidable. DeCeII< "
datl affair, puffs,of new invention?, new goc.d.new .- said offender. Qualified the Planters and Merchants, at their meetingin so much animated discussion and wide spread The truth the late( ,
est&bihment: candidates, and tho like 1 I Said Hunter is about five feet ten inches high, Lxecutcr. I of New York 6th of- denunciation of IS, ) i\lmpUoq..1f" prema- .
the in
Monticelln the July the both
Oct. l9lh 1839. 8w city on public prints, lure. .Our had recovered from'the
country not ,
will be charged at the same price as advertisements very Lla.ck. has: an impediment in his speech and "
and< payment must be made in advance.So I.I has scars of three gun fchot wounds in his left E Subscribers are daily expectinglo I last, they deem it i.i some degree superfluous, countries.' Whenever, however, n -dispassionate -. prcstratfou of 1887, and the.piesenfcrisis -.

account loran advertisement costing lesn than 1 shoulder. He i is a tolerably like:, negro, and 'I'HJ bhmis. Potatoen minutely to explain to enlarge oti the points and disinterested j'ldgment"'shaU be has boen precipitated upon,U* by'the abort:

five d'ilhrs will be npctu-d with any individual. ex- speaks quickly when spoken to. 300 bl-ls! Lime j submitted to the people ofthe Cotton growing pronounced upon the motives and objects of harves :of the)last autumn .i ia Great,Britain*

crpthe bo a regular advertiser. 1 Given under my hmnd and seal .it tHo Capitol 5,000( fet: clear Pine Lnmbcr States, ia that document.We those who established this agency, that judgment and consequent ia'the-rale .lateral by.
for all Jobbing, the cash will be required on the in the City of Tallahassee, this 16th day of Oc- 60,000 .shingles-Lithe* have therefore convened for the will equally honorable 'to' their rise '
S purpose prove the bank of which tendered Amer.
delivery: of the work. lober. 1-3D. R. K. CALL 100 half and quarter bbln. Fish-Mackerel!, England .
S. cUCriItiafl' will bo discontinued, until all 1! Oct. 1'J Governor of Florida. Herring, SIJmol1.lJollibut, &c. of considering: sagacity and their patriotism and to the gentlemen iCiin securities_.utterly unavaiKng-depreciat*:
arrear:1t'cs.re paiJ up, unless at our option. All of which arc offered low f.r cash nly.TAFF 1st. Whether there be any inherent defectin I in Lh'crpoolvlm conducted its tift irs ed the value of the cotton crop of last ye

S. S. SIBLEY EdiLor Floridian. Book UinclinJ t ALKXANUER. the mode and manner of shipping onr great I -who arc entitled to the abiding confidence aud ci\UiUd ,'our shippetA- LhoAeC c
:==-- TUE"Fchscriber! .will continue the above busi -St.--Marks--.-,-Oct. 19, 189.L.t.TIIOMPSON 2L staple under the existing systemol advances i of-oor- people, for the fidelity and. 1lrmSc$'$ -sit: y of meeting enormous recUtnalions "
\V. Corner of -
Washington made the of the Houses with which adhered to the interests of "
\ by Agents Foreign they The tbereUve ses"beLher.w
Square and Munroe Street, and having a complete & T.1I.IIAGXER. ; inquiry
assortment of ihr be t of Linen he 'I' ATTORNEYS thtouh whom it has been hitherto principally their constituent cannot- the
: Taper, is now AND COUNSELLOR AT use our great staple, as means o.
fDINes I emhlcd to manufacture Blank Rooks of every des- I LAW, I exported? It might naturally have been expected that I resuscitating our banks, enabling ,th m" to

\"t :-: '. riplion suitable for Banks, Public Office*. Merchant Tallahassee, Florida. "*2 d. Whether, if the injurious tendency I when the causes which fnd led to the establishment [replenish their .vaults, with the 'precioiwmct ;

*, and o'.lllr., in single or comp' te etts ; Wtt ILL practise in the SuperiorCr of the the system be demonstrable, there exists of this agency for the defence ofour'great als and therebfortify themselves ''f
Deed, R,cord and Docket and all other or.resumition *
ZU R.toki ,I, T V il/iddk and Apalachicola Di>tnct* of Florida ourselves ? had been removed the trnde I
'/ within staple
remedy ,
Blink any whilst shall subserve the itn-J
Rioks u at .hurl notice, ruled and; bound in any style :I Business entrusted to their care will meet wit Ii We will now, as succinctly as possibly, pro. would fall back into its old channels, and that portant purpose of protectiag grit ect-

,\ T l\S i required, and warranted equal to nothern or any :I prompt!> attention. Cm -Oct 12 ceed to the discussion of these points. the protection for our interests would be ample ton,, growing ,interest .of the .country. )Vo
r other manufacture. Particular attention will be It i is well known that, with the exceptionof with the means at the command of individuals think we can. ;
0V paid to rishmding old B inks, Newspapers, Magazines TflhIIE Copartner hil' existing bttween Tharstr '
I ,
I it.
of the
I.. 1 Pimphlel bllIa..c: B uki. Jcc. in plain or & Ll"yd, ill the TaUaha see Exchange, wmo5dissolved the very inconsiderable portion crop engaged in S We have. not_at .the South the mines.otMexico .
the -22il of .1 purchased under direct orders, for the spinners j No one sought 'to prevent this. The'field Peru but have the
Ttianicntal! 1-indin.r, ' TABLE LL-r. I ruled! for JJ.IN I.euerc.. : the concern i-incc the 8th (Marci! will be fettled and for foreign account, the great bulk I was open to the enterprise of all. No emIt surface_of.our.fertile plains a staple of equal

VEG lie has for ilo a gad assortment of Blank I, by the latter and 3Ir.]. G. Vihhianisf.mrmerly of tue j I of our Cotton is shipped either by the Planteror t|barrassment was wantonly thrown into .the lue.nt.iDfiQitely a less cost, of production,

Biok, Lf-tter and \Vnii.ijj Paper ruled or plain of I/'lanters. Hotel, who have associated themselves! Merchant, or dealer, under advances made way of any one. Nothing has been said, or and without expensive of com.
any process
; ; /k :;: :::::' the A he I orders*! qU1Ii'thankfully'. ltulc.11'3pl'.r;received of ev and< ry promptly description.attended i( together.forward immediately They request and all close those Indchll.d.to their accounts come by :,: by the agents of foreign houses. The mode I done by the so called "monopolists," to prevent plicate alchemy,of, convertibility into

; ., :: lo. I'. A- HAYWAllU.Tdlahas Calh. J. n. LLOYD. ::, in which this operation. is conducted, is as ;i others from entering- into a fair competition the precious,metals. Shall we in the process

I'ETKUS PILLS.TUETRUnKlCHCSOFLlFr. .ee, July 13-tf augDO, 1CZ tf J.G.WILLIAMS. i I follous:- i : with them. of exchange allow others to reap the beaefits

: IS HE.\LTII." New Goods. i Usually, the Banks 1:1: the Southern States!! But we have, unfortunately, been obliged to'le:1rn of this conversion ; at a. moment .too, 'when

'T E know that h'ahhlul l ability to lahor i iV. ill ] Jli. BULL V CO. Have just leccl\'rd : 11 u'es G'asjjow' Jeans : advance the money that moves forward the: by a severe lesson, that other countriesas our banks require ,a reflux of bullion into

T T the wealth of the ireat mat of the people j jin -.111,1 (! '"e\'a.. and.. other:nnl\'al., ;1 een-. G lo AToGrrwor do. I I i whole crop[ (or nearly so,) on letter of credit,I wel! as our own, may: at time?, be destitute their coffers: its equivalent in foreign exchange
ino-tt.i hi .il.lu.
ofth st\l
tin*, as in most other countries. To l'rt'"crt''rfOf'lre. eral black>F*br3wn.mmc'V! t.1 JCp.1 I ;nJ fancy I'I'a Cf.thcCasirners, ,, (: The above i is a new arti"'1. and superior to any |ins securilThe bill founded upon these! of an adequate supply) of the precious me- .II in order that at no:distant day .they

m','N.'. hi'-ii they \r.'e.llo nuke'' offered and red heretofore.Liucy, Aim, 3 l.alc each b'uc: plaid i securities,-arc usually GO days sight. They : tals.Ve have to realize the paint l truth, may redeem;their, faith with.the'public,1 'If
qu.res our utmost al1en1i< i up for :h,'ir :ru"tonieis. Tney ha\infrbien: jeictej| by 15 ba-.cs. Pcter.sb'irsr Cotton Osnabur; for nit! j are forwarded at oncp; but the Cotton being: that after devoting our capital, our anxious I the banks in the Southern State advanced on I
The unprecedc'itcl t FUCCCSS win :h has rsi1t"froth w;th :\I"lHe frtOm the lat-; t New York lmp'. .'r.Ulions I DO\VLI.NO & KUTGEUS.Tallahassee i much more tardill its movement, they fre- attention and our .labor, to produce a good the whole cotton crop of our cobatry,, itis 1

(he adoption of I'(:tor,' Vegetable Vii., d.ir. c 1 inuot:_ n)v:'aI111):MVDK I pl.! as: (CLOTIIIM:he mofasti.i.! us.in I Oct CC tf I t quently mature, before its: arrival; and either I III crop, and after \v itneasiug the partial disappointment quite obvious that they, would :through the

ircjja period of upwards ot five jeirs, the numerous colored !: the Cotton has to be t forced upon the market,. of our hopes. from the unfavorable foreign exchanges,have what woukfte eqonr.alcni .
kli:ue.atulf.in" dr.a 'OalJ, f
and which have s u ) r1i:1': lila } J l t
extraordinary cures they pcrfjnncd ;
upon hundreds' of individuals' wham they have Frocks do.Sier1ine. I I 5SQJC5 ij6 t i J J."a.S_ *p _. I lor the acceptor of the bill has to pledge the iiiH jcnce of the elements in our own country, .to supply anaually,of eighty mUhonaof
rescued froiu' almost inevitable death, after they l Ioue.: hlac'! :<, IJrnwn, drab, and mixed II( Cotton to iirokers or Bankers to raise theI I the value of what we have secured .is to Be: the precious metal The texchangeJ of

had been pronounced incural\ lo by the most eminent Oveoco. Tito: loih, do. U, a\tr lo, Muhairdu. !i Office of the Taluhasscc ICnilroadCo I money to meet his: acceptance. This roay be essentially diminished by the extent, or deficiency the Union.would ia this event,centralized

of the faculty-justifies fully jut:fi s Dr. Blanket (1mm. I I I 9th Sep. 18W.TOTICE done when is plenty, without difficultv I of a different in another country the South and something done towerd
crop at ,
Peter in rnd Fine, bla-k ai cis". Pant1., l'nc:: crilorcd do. |i i is hereby :iven that on the |II' Otlo- I
to, the warmly Dpecial notice convcienty of the :afflicted.recommendingthem BIJr.ksl.ill Pl.u
I'elej-ji' Vegetable Pill are the safcd, ni'ist efT.clual C-tinm-'ii GJS>. d > lit'f \'ol'Jrs.linf blue, mixed,|1 or lime St. Marks riser i. completed, theTallahasec I the holders of theCotton or the Bank, to real vest in England being an act ot Provideace, of Southern hope and aspiration..direc.

and economical remedy fur diseases of tlie and Fiin-y S.mt tjiiClt.. tin. I Railroad Co. \\ ia cease to riceivo or ize the funds advanced 00 it, then the Cotton I by which the productive energies of her people trade. S
ltii'nan constitution that has been diycovereilDr. I; K r.tu' Ky J :- d". deliver rotten or Merciiandize at the present depot rendered of less value has be and
ever must be sold, whether during a depressed or arc to And we have no hesitation in saftgtba
,1 Do-iUlc-; I sin !'e ri-ea-ted Clot'e: ', Superfine '10 the rher, and that: alter! that time. Port .cor. .I
frtni Peters his knowledge the iiuenlnrof the! th human valuable: in-dieme, derived bhrk iU Velvet do. Plain liUc'.J tmd blue :a- '\'II1I.e time only! place uf receipt delivery, on the I a favorable market. Whenever the Bank of I ought to be ultimately shared by all other webelieve. if the banks of thee South -

fr< m IQII: anJ extensive praetiee system has arrived to tin d.i Pine fisuieil ilo. ftt'cy f;ureJ to. Ritcr "r l.iy.sm'pIlfit England refuses to discount the Cotton re countries participating in her commerce, and forward promptly and generally, .and inakt

thi c./O..JU"iOIl, "''I:1tthe great and primary cause of Co'.irtil Vile-itiis.! of s 11"'f111r qnal.tv: Fancy. SA IL. REID, S- y'l'ro tern. f ceiver's bill upon his Broker, endorsed by his that submission is consequently no less a advances, at safe rates/to reapoosibia prt

ni'iM Jl't1ECti! i. a ,''eran:ejncnl in the (lunch ins of olo-e-l SiII dll.-tlo ilk! Vclict cl.llh'el'CtI'dir.-fancy figured fancy d.>.-Tlubc's.iptrrioiquili --- -FIXAL- XO'rIC :'-- j Banker, his banker cannot give him any further matter of necessity than a point of duty, it by I'on our'crop,that the most stupcodoos1y'benfit1

J the liv..r; 01 in other words an urcr.at.cd ?r diuia.i. y and Ia eot style! out silk Vol.mt .!.*. Af L rcrfons indebted to tbc subscriber by note means, because, peradventure, the Bank.I no means follows that oue section of the change will be effected in the turenc

ii-hed f-uzrttioti of the Bile. i A superior qualny nf Lidies: CiOth: Merino,. otherwise, un'ew.settled: before next return of England has set her face against transactions i world should bear the greater part of the bur- trade,. and exchanges ourccthaoftbi.!
Si 'f'll1t!! til's understood that it is common for
Tfnbet, and lJtlna"k .-ales.CmlJrjns day, will have to mako arrangement with a trenlleinan I then of such of its ,
p"r- isto say when they f.-cl unwell. that tiy! are! Germm Jackets and Pants. i of tlc. liar. in Cotton. Then the cotton must be : loss by the depreciation Union that.has", ever been coosommated. ::1

It.tlt'a' meaning that tliy have lao much? bile! on ] .Merin 1 Cravats, back: Italian silk do, superfine llkkstownaept.2Q 1C94t W C MILLER. sold at any sacrifice to ihe spinners, who are own productions iu a disproportionate: degree.1 j;:at this,moment when they want. th& suj'of
the 1'10 nach. On the oth-r hand,when the flow of!I twilled Jo.L.men well ad\Ued of the amount of our staple thus This"c maintain baa been the effect whether !1' our great staple most,they shooldcaa".

t hile! Ic r eci1crrnuiI. thr pultrnt bcr..rnp.k and > iras and drawer CIr th ilo. To tlit ftoclko'dtis of the Union Bank of Florida ,J
| :1nl'"o..Jlcn'
Co-ton the market. It which has been the Bank
be forced course pursued by [
must moreover oi'.specie'pamcntsudbco.
amendment upon
inu''.u'eii! bLuuse II urHimcii' contained in theI 4oC uldr l "silo.Oaklin f\HC following to the charter ot'! I
f.uJ tulii-n iiii', the htdinatli is not properly! extract Boys" ,l->: I'.d 1 id"lp'm; : mailc superfine. Eoots.Ne L the Union Dank of Fit r.da; uillbe in force for I I may happen that the bills which the parties of England in regard 19 the cotloa, crop ofth'e II ImeQCcd, by general accord, .they would c o

I ej. and the f., >d is ej.cc.l: in a crude state. Dr. ::'o l-it'.nn'! ; of al!! .!ecripi'ons.Bnld unit after the 15th May next. I shipping the Cotton have received maybe United States. That particular article [I only be",in a statcfrgorousiunptionIbo

,. rell'r I. roi.fiduni tlHlttllfl! fu-rous Hyffe.in Theo- ( I v's superfine ijladclphia made! fashionab' "_in net amend an act entiled nn act to incor-I I good or good for nothing; and what does.f has been selected from all other articles, as I m a condition of..impregnable,
: r\fi> ulrd, that impurity I.f tlio bl.md is thaI '" t Hats.M ; por"tc the sub cribcrb to the Union Bank of Florid when he the which be low in t
'lr sold
"" the planter and shipper trust to, one was to at rates 'under the system exchange, inagr'eaior '
'1Uie i r' .ill d 'ease.. i i.c n great abiurdity. Hvcryvrc ,ilk woil Mer.no: and Cotton Hosiery. '
-ns nile V hit rr. ('rhl upon the subject 1' monrnt: uillij Sec.. Be enabled by the Governor and Lcgi"lativc agrees to take these bill in. return for the England, because food had to be purchased less degree, .eighty mi1 OQs.of their i cni

.et'-e..e that iiiipuniv; : of the !j uor1! is a secondary, i LJrOHl Cloths, f.i's men-., Sa1i ell.. and Vest Councilor the Territory of Florida, Thai it produce 0.' his mdustr\? lie trusts, first, to i from other countries at high rates, to sustain rency for eighty millions foreign or doania

not a i'r-narj' cijit! -tbe clfcct and nit the ifl!. (bI f 1t 1 dcs-'rip'tond.! 17 tf. any stockholder: who has heretofore, or may the authority of the Agents to make the stipulated I i her people. We are aware that this position tic exchange.. For with the former it is a aIttt.

raij'i't dit.ea"e. ll'hen the functions cflhe liverl nfier obtain a loan upon the pledge of I.p.re-I I advance, and to draw the necessarybills will be vehemently denied. It is,nevertheless gether obvious-they could .havo.1he> ant
are i"l IItOSPECTlJ on his principal. lie trusts in the next strictly true. Let man look over a file of t drawing amount of bullion they pies
any any
o'teii uk, n ui by the tb>,irbcul vessels aid carried act,to which this is an amendment, -haII neglect to I .
into tli' rirc'i:alio-i. nJ t'c'in> s mingled: with thc or TIIK Icnew or pay up husloek note for tlic Fpace of 30 place, to the inclination of the parties abroad of English commercial newspapers for the ed from Lurope. after selling a snfficie

iiiund a" ill jHiiiidice, wlicn the patient .h\\'s it i in I ". .. .n.iJ h'J...r. .L y.1 ":.. Ji.11"u.0 -;..Dj ..L days after the same shah have become due, timeshares -First, to accept the bills; and, secondly, to past eight months, a::d see if.he can discover sum to meet the inland exchanges of the com .

j!Itt cuant.naucr.fI''V; t'lis! impurity of the blood J.r.L..5.WKKKLVTo J'.U'EH, o pledged shall he forfeited to the fojnit, and pay them at maturity. But he trusts finally, I any other article of merchandise or trade, in tIr. S. 'S.
i. r"I"c.d hy ail in-'reaked :low of bile! and to remedy A any premium that may be reeeived from the kale r.ith
to the skill and judgment of the foreign house,: which speculation his been so energetically r. these manifest and multiplied
.t iou itiiikt cnriec' the wciclioii of thc liter,and be Published: by ALIIKRT R. ALEXAN- thereof shall accrue and be added to the surplus .
';.l"ir.lllu a hrailliy state.Dr. Dl.K: at Port Leon, Middl.Florida.. profits of the bank. I ii the realization of the property and to their I denounced, or relative to w hicb so many combinations inga before us,-we invite the cordial :co:

P,.v'rf holC fp'ut much time in xpcriml-ll- I Tl.c Proprntor of f tho Southern! .'rcr blnt. will Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That it shall lie the I ability and disposition to hold it until the most have been developed, calculated :'rcrice,of the rn.BanbFJantet3 i

IT wtili difTereiit vtab'e! iiied'cincs' ft"r il'seasckf present tIme titht number ofliw paper li the public inS :' duty of the board of director*, when any share maybe l favorable moment for its sale. The receiver' prevent i its yielding a fair reran n crating price, cotton ,merchants' in the /pleasures we ;

431 tse her; and mw r.dVrs V'rjetable 1'11111,0- ftwVc.ck.*. Hi* Pros will l:e devoted chiefly to.lominrcial forfeited as aforesaid, to proceed to sell the Fame of the cotton risks nothing, but the difference to the producer or importer. Let him review '.ubout'to. :it.Ve are aWare ;00"

Hi: utrl. n-yst runtcnietit, and cheapest incdicinr' ailairK. 1'oiitn1*, National or }local will al public outcry to'the higheki bidder,before he banking 'I between the market value and the price advanced the prices current-the agreements among we .should not,perform ,gurdutyor.t ..5
tint r lnl.fO far excluded. Literature, Science and house in thoci.y ufTaIaha."l'ce.! after giving ten
prepared general u"' be carefully .
Dr. It' > ihiicrs l.iu.i-elf that I.il' lon: expert Ihe liberal I art will in its Column be encouraged ; day notice, by publ'calion: in all the! papers pub- unless the latter is both extravagantand spiflners-the articles on the money market- adequately meet public, expectation ,if" _
turnl llz11h "I'clil'.le' ntelinncs linsenab'.cd- : him inch iiitcrn.il iinprovcineuU, and ill truth every thing ished in Tallaha sce, of the time and place of sale: speculative, (which one party ought not I I the statistics of the crop wand consumption- did, ,not point out, practically,,*the: dodel

t. d.e.s.r the trill all.1 I n'y "u'"litulU! answering -hlei.iated to promote the prosperity of Florida, and the purchaser shall, within ten days thereafter I to ask, nor the other to give,) this risk is tri he advance of the rates of discount by the r which these desirable ,0 jeets..are' tobecompllshed.

nli!: Ui pnrpriF of ntcrer.riaU! without any of then will; fiad in the subscriber an ardent ifan humble execute to the bank the bond and mortgages necen'ary I Bank of England-and thea kf him say, it -v 1-1.-
IIUl'nd..tlt !" ,. One :rrat quility of JIIc'flg.'t:. advocate. The place selected for the publication to constitute him a stockholder and be fling.We it be word in all which 'First tis afi .
1 are entirely aware that ma' urged, there is one them dEprecates ,)jt proposed at ."princpalj
b'e pil.s i. thai they h.ivc the alternative lrin'il'l""II'III'Ifcd 1 of Ins is, It IP anticipated destined lit be the subject to tho **me rules legulation, and leMnc- .
with 1L'j r.athUlic oroperativequalitici', Chipping paper port "f Middle Florida and the border tionrand be crtitled to the same rights privileges, that probably four-fifths of the produce ot the I a rise in the price of sugar, coffee sail I pug ports of ,the coUoo' ,sUtc v- thatrfIjether .

5" hat t'ify' not only cleans the stomach and biw.ls C mniie* Georgia, which will noon export Sj, and immunities, as ire guaranteed to an original globe is circulated by the means of Bills of petre, indigo or tea, or any other production, \ plsptTh.c9tlqnrnerchant&orbauk.1. :

: !fly pur.m!, but they r? |juatc! the liver, change u (J,000 product annually. In uch place, correct stockholder : provided tnat l'ic sale and forfeiu.re Exchange. It is just as certain that protest. save cottoi! Let him then honestly state his I shQuJg\1PPYl! to.t1)e the: morbid t-ccretion*. tmipthcn: the digestive or- commercial intelligence is of the highest im- of share shall not oneraln to divest the bank of anv thee I ed bills,drawn against shipments of cotton, conviction, whether there has or'has not been 1.inctl. oueo.5they5boz- : as xoaf..b.
F'n", th the c.rculalion; The intelligent community of the new lien which it may havo Lad en the property of *
panfj ? bluod invigorate poi tl nce. and hundreds of combined extensive and influential effort ancUaxtualTy
thousands rates
and well afford defaulting stockholder; tutthe same shall remain are sent back by a most ; coii&rnuty{ 44bq current
rue tone and the Town und mrrounding Country, can '
to nervons Fytem.I
\. are mild and energy pleasant ID their oj>eralion, I I Ihe petty aiiiiual tribute asked for the support ufa bound for tho security of any debt lie may owe the thousands of dollars by every packet, whenever to depreciate the value of the cotton crop. agreeablejo the parties. In eesaiwhere
and conrcy alnvt immediate conviction of their' newspaper devoted to Fudl! branch. T I.e under- bank whether all payer, endorser or, surety until the market is temporarily or permanentJy of the United States. thee baok--coneeives. i the adv -asks:

utility from in* fir.l dose. They can be taken with I 5gned asks for the extension of that patronage l>y the same shall have been fully atii.ficiJ. depressed. If the price is high enyugh to If: we shall be fully satisfied of the truth of for,ioq high, i it "quite competent fot.tlseir.

im.firmp nfriy' ."lj the persons of any age; and the feeble, the subscription and aJt\rtiwil'g.; A. R. ALEXANDER.' I March li, 1839.JOHN PARKHILL, Cashier.3'} cover them, they arc accepted, if not the revers these propositions, there can remain no doubt I I stitiition making ,the advance to, equiradKtioo _

ed nervous, and delicate are fclrengtben- in dancADVFJlTISLaiENTii -. ? inevitably follows. of the justice,or the propriety of our adoptingsuch all the security..'inctdeut to an 'ort
by \\mir the TERMS $1 a rnyablc (
bec'u'e clear : jf-ar r
of bad humor operaliop. ihey and ystrm inserted on the usoa': Medical ColJcfjc of Louisiana. 'Ve think, from this statement, it must be measures of self protection as shall guard naiy discounted note It,would b* alioged
nervous irritability, in Ibis school
quiet sixth ot ini.1 ruction
rC"lrfncn! frvrn whatever source, aud invariably term THE open on the first Monday in December. altogether obvious, that our great staple is our interests against such influence J In fut re. i impracticable:,for.tliis ,conveution/> to.nr

produces sound fclei: 'p. Port Leon Sentemher 20( 1 1PCO.Pa lutes, terms and requisite of graduation, the without any protection whatsoever; to say The question arises what these measures standard.' .of what. would or ,would. ,not he j
The Vi prtaWc l'ill are a lure remedy fir jann- ,er* throngliout lh" Territory will confer a same 1.1I in Ihe- University of Pcnimylv *jia. Any nothing of the fact, that it may sometimes be shall be? Here \ve will take occasion to advert iaIpte..Jf? advance ; as",\"this' of ,ccuis _

dIP,lick aud nerruoubeadache,dyipeplia (.OiVC' favor on the proprietor, by giving it'1 roIPectu.1 number of subject* for practical anatomy will be in the hands and ot the mercy of these whose to die gross misrepresentations of the .Ut depend,,on 'the.ftuciuating.4uestioa _
"11'111.I : of the all billiou aplace m their ilumuv. Full of clinic '"* '
iej ':sioir.ich heartburn free of coanmj
I supplied eipcnse. interests and sympathies arc with the buyersof motives and objects of th'' who are respon production ana COnSUWptiOthe' first]
f ('OIIII"&lOtll.| fibers of a'.l I kinds, and if taken at the will bo dciircrid at the hospital by the professor
commencement will i|]invariably check their progress For Sale. medicine and surgery ; the latter of whom will the article, rather than with the shippers; sible for the call of this Convention. Ithag enceLjy tthe f .. i t deo1"th> ? 8 1: _

. and I'e the patient from a protrai;led and dangeroa A. QUARTER SECTION of first rate Land, perform in the presence of the class, more operations or the producers, in spite of the exemptionfrom been said, thatit was nothin more or less ou :Country,; nadthe, JasUi! by (fee:\state

sicknesn.' They are invaluable in nrrroua and L bitmtcd two -nile north-'e..t orTallah.u than can be witnessed in any hospital in the this imputation which isfjustly.due to than to get up a scheme for giving a specula trade ilir ad. Thi mMst ofliourae, b le

nypocnndrie>| aflVctioiic loss of appetite, and all Apply to Union. some of the English houses, who have ad. tive excitement to prices; to establish pen to'l1t .sound.discretion, of tlIiiIbth. _
Complaints! JO which femalen alone pubjetfl. R.J. HACKLEY. J.Harrison,M. D. *-* .
are and Pathology by !
Th-v PhyMolo-y hered to the interests of their correspondentswith mancnt monopoly in the cotton markety and to 1y s't Y :Ma t u
mild and and *.
operate as a speedy purge area July 23. 1f033 Materia Medica, Therapeutic
wfc. and certain remedy for worms in children. &(. E. H. Barton, M. I D. great firmness and fidelity,amidst unexampled seduce, by the temptation of high profits; hQ the spirit .of reckless spciatjouW.ulthi

"*nceI hue introduced my Vegetable Pill tot NEW GOODS. Theory and practice of Alcdi- difficulties. Banks from the sphere of their I legitimate business repressed Sf'.atld,j tllQ "44L0.i..'". _
I aMI..l! have received numerouf cerlificate ol ubcnber has received per the ship tine, Jame Jones, M. P.Chemistry Indeed it is altogether impossible con- to turn merchants; and thus to derangethe mentsoruccqexed. -r t
their superior efficacy in di-iwc also THE arrived from Liverpool, a len- and Pharmacy, J. LRiddell., M. I D.Aurgery. .
curing just lip ceive a system of sale so utterly defenceless, whole"commerce of the country. ** t r! :1'lI, PmU1.f9E1,_ _
M. I).
many r letters from who have broad clollm, consisting W. Stone
respectable physicians of
.. superfine V
did .rtmunt such
IIstd them ia their practice with the best CUCCAM. .f tho following color : Anatomy, hy G. A. Nott, \. D. for an important article,.which performs These allegations are utterly ntrue. In the vaniee'produces"> iff i' '' tv Uw.''i"policy -
I might puMisli! a small volume of ccrtifieate Blue: black! wool dyed, Otxtctric and d' .-ises of an essential office in regulating the Exchange first place we avow that nothing would be *of insurance 7 l' .4j:.

but consider it nnneccsxary aa tho medicine will Black dn. do. females &*. A. H. Cena, M.'D. and influencing tho currency of oar country. more injurious to that great desideratum, steadiness .bank'Oib4; "i' \,4 'IP':'it.i.1f" tois'5$ *._ _
recOmmend lUelfto aM ,ho will make trial of it. Practical Anatomy, G. W. Morgan, M. IK the second branch. than eve" hPM'---..
to in the
I Invisible green We will now proceed price ot our staple, any -lIUI n C"' ,.. ... ... .
Prepared by Jo". Prestlcy Peters, M. D. No. l'J9"wrly aug 17 183910 w E. II- VKTOX. M. P.. PcanM the equtyaent1after. H'J'IJf'J -
ea injurious rket C
Y 1 green.Dahlia 2d. Having jhus. demonstrated temporary and undue excitement the m zaicrjal1o _

' '11 w. Price trect.SO New tOnt,York.. For I'.ach sale box by contauw ,4Ur I Adelaide. light IE brown ANCIIESTEU MonrniMs: Prints tendency of thissystem, the question .arises whilst the charge of monopoly, when the %+sthe'. 'i" t .PO.
Tallahassee_ ditto Bc-cord whether there, exists wkbia ,ouraelvea any whole is :to the competition of the the stcrliian3 (.)g btll. .Dftbe. sbmDeratszxririnfl
Randolph) t Lewis, Edward Bar- JJlu and indigo Mue. French Cambric, all color. crop open S .'. ""
lira. Which he will make up to order in the best andlatest : MOUII'll..tIlIC do la'me super black. med.1 The avowed designs, of-this Coovcutiou whole world, is equally unfounded. It will 1 :a- van-ces ItS OWn JI ; \'.' I'S JSgf. ___

ThomasvilJt Simeon Smith, E Seixas *t)l I" fashion. As ibf cloths have been I. : Bombazines Marino*,Circassians. being to devise some means to pro. be pe'rceived, in 4he sequel, that so:far from*a&. e..t",.t1tt'O'.1"d_ to: .

Monfu-ello lI .....A Wiriek ,purchased rtpre-ly for this market, they will be Super French English and German Merinosdo tcct in future, a most important American desiring to force, or seduce; the '.Bnnks1 into 1 I houses to' be-tsere1ter-i-, '.'ap \'t.fi"tl. PI
-rfBH..i.-ta. -" "
taukie-: Burner Ii Taylor oond as good II chock rnusthu.Cambricsdo consideration.It to hold these r&act t -
6-4 its rwe
DENNiS: SHIA, patent interest,we pass at once to the risks ofco commerdahadventuTca lj
Uuiucy-Dr I nidtOn. James Thomaa & Book Maslm.Indies :
Row. JUconelU not be out of place to advert. that do to Ihera to do thing mora ; : :
IIIlLhaSl'ep.JuI113U) No. 4. Bcrry'i Silk Cravats, love bdkl and veil. may not"propose any tdl .
May 13. ISrO.: 4llf-! Hosiery, Glove*: Shawls of every' description derangement in the "monetary system: of the than 'pcrormtheir-usual: functions, of lending it is\fb( ;tx'ito! '' It...t _

, LOST: sometime;is s-ippord siucv to hue a black been leather forwarded I'rnnk by, -also a *nnerior article; of London United States which, in 1837' led.to a'sus- money:with); 'nn 'augmented. eurity. .lit one f'-1rf, .. .- :"..''l.ttc5n._",. ._ f-:.
Lost or Jiislaid. Furniture Chi t1o etc. cle..or.t of throughout the that the Banks of the Son tW ettJ.tt.mt.irtinlir UIII M.
. r! tgo from MonticeJIo to Talahaa! ce. Any Harman Ad. pcnaion' specie payments. woqJ, we propose e.. '. .
!P CtI4mfl ,ha Trnnk I for about $67, l1ven by 28 DOWLING RUTORRS. At that sbould'icOrmnenee" fortEtritif 'to ar t
_ may faivo the above mentioned; ANOTK lo-JoHuK.Fo. ?tt. American_ Republic. limp our country era States -I .
1 $a.a their p'JJlICa"ion, will very much oblige tho iobcrtber one dy', 1KW after,p.ytblo date. 'Also a. tio1e given I, BALES. London dufilcld Blankets. owed to Great Britain a large"commercial mak ad*' nces'o ,. o-tton.o the pledgVtn; fr t1 : '_. _u

' :;S'' Can or.lue by returning to them.il, as it contains nothing that or by bearer'I'h!. J. Linton, dated April! 23, 1839, for $1' :. 0) lfl-4 French BUnietrry'superior.Whitney debt, arising out of the.excess in value(of the pra ticbleiorsuoftbo material itself,1 with the tl.. d1't

. ct5IEtJ9. j. .\. 5COTT. 62A. na/abe! one day after_dale, to"I'.I.r John E, Scu tl.. S and ROd B! nkeU.ei. !imports over the exports of the United! States, per onaLv ecurity ,of'the 'person*takmg'flicWe. '
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All! persona are warned, ogaint IraGln/r hbe iorriLur pobsCtibCt Wooden and witlqwwareGlasiwareOf4verI de.cfiptiolLCrockety.etC. m their.trade England.' .: .- _* .*. T n vaue_ 't : ,t ': '. -::,:, .

10 LET. S said Netcf,as they are the 1""petr11 JOhN E. s.COTT. . To PtYi .balance in speciewas imprac \ .are aware that one of the strong objicJ' !; 5. _

.TJJ[.Stole For frnely occo'pied by ofrt Jtcrr Kmrk- Sept. 21,1839. ; S O, i.285 'DOWLING, 1 nUTG ns.' ticable.! ArijunusuaHy.favorable.season bad S ons-urged b>4utt scheme' was' thCm& m

p'r\ieutaI1l1nqnire S .ztiec.TRAYED ; ji abundance 0fuote"tlroiighwbieh it W7roO :
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T .
KEIUtIt KEalt5 Y. Cti'PetIU'S5 ; '
V ,-T Il.h"lIIer. ,. Oel.. .1839" i from the' b.ariknesr: Sl.Mark''ain4 one :jiq.s, sujerior eotcb }"traia 'r ... in th'c, W p""f 'j' I- :.litv.ahe. Q b 't p iiJ: '
. r. :on (135 6tIi.Sor(. tWQNliIlorie' I t't. o > this 'to.the .country'of c : fSocft the lw this' : r ( C1' m kj. 4S : :';cf 17YJ'rV 1.n' .__ -S .' ": ']rt.Y, .
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IIoM tt .th '
y. 'rWooUniad 8tk'E4g0'S .ditpj/r. ,'ai rSoria-asaetttSy7 lnd'&mJagetSera5ty
W. .,Al 'J tJ. e41 8"b.cri ..tf4",1 a. fcistfA*44* AlI"i ../,KKSSalld 5'pisa 1th /.f. : I. the'citizens of the tlhTted:State*wet? oeither! have. f each of tSe ccti6a; rketa cf
t- .' rwiih. sault M _.aaag. ...1b''. D. .Horte. 4 MuUKtb.tpbwrlb J l ,\. : d E .'. 'w'ia11.rcrw'sceptiG s suspended.>specie great ____
itj! -". $ : 1t"'T i:' y.o pity.rcpet pJD Int wanting in the mean nor the ctmntto to tho'middle and South*
'WCilJU4", ccDfr, A.n Utt ,, WYNN. D> lK n ER ._ ,.. payments! throughout : __
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with, la rder tfej* '.1.' bo i ;.and (COM feet Ktt&afffttAerved between t he adnatllh of the-Bew'RcpuWic in-giowi- been got up b'frsmtnd I taken..into- V consid.eration .T.HE .FL.Q5MDIAN;. .f."flute.---'j" .t. 1.' ."'I""- :. '" .' '

made to.commence *4rancfflfla. coOoa on _i d&nhusbed coomnptioa and a crop i ing te/ms, and stronglYurging..enilgTat1OTThis _. by,the"rni is ry. '. v 4, IDA transmit- i copy'thereof; with, :c
A S CE :
the terms proposed.Secondly unexampled shortness. has ,called forth a' reply from! 'Mr.Slurge Pdn Achille Murat has received' permission ''AL L expression ot o I

That tbeee standing capvniU The, production of our<< staple treads so who rates the Texan roundly on the remain in France. SatgrdnyMoraiBgyNoT.lfl. ,'1939. .the family of te.lpi'otiet. .

: 't erg authorized Jo confer with the banks i closely on the measure of consumption, that score of.l*rerr. Don 'Carlos arrived at Bourges on the 21st u also published the e i. .
Tribute .
as to the tdectfon the houses in Great I of all the articles !of commerce, it requirestheutrnostcsreinitssalyctperhaps The ship Cumberland arrived nt "White- September, with his'wife, son and brother. .- Ammasary.gene& of Respect' to Co. WAie. .t" newspapers -

Bri'ara, and on the) continent of Europa, who it reeeivcs haven from Jamaica on the 25'h of Sepfcm- co of police was sent thither Plat to.a notice in Mtbe Star" of lu. .
His Honor
ebotl bo empowered to receive, and sell: the the least. We ought to reflect, what her, reported having picked \ip at sea, on the from Paris to keep an eye upon his doings. Wednesday, a large and most respectable a JUDOS RAXD&U.. expl ti

consignments from each of our shipping wouJd be the,extent of the calamity which 24th August, about 300 miles'fiom J cw SPAIN. .. semblybf the citizens of Florida convened a concurrence.with t members t Bratheir

'. ports. It may, perhaps, be desirable to the would befal our country, if it were to break York, a boat in which were two men, who The acconnts from this kingdom are inter. the City Hotel in this place, t pay a merited respect for t memory of die deceased,

banks to establish in the (oren markets, .ube I'down to a point which would not cover the said they belonged to New York and,bad eating only as they show: the progress of those I tribute to the memory of the late Joseph ,M. and directed the etr aora

bejt schools for our young merchants,I'cost of production. For to the uplands of been blown off. They hid been 10 Gays. important events of which we had information W hite. ._ A true copy fr t'mn No,. 13

new Acneriean bouses to attend to the trana.actions .II'I the South, it is our only remunerating product they said, without provisions. As soon as by the arrival of the Liverpool. Estella, The Hon. Thomas Randall was called to 1839. Test, R. Y. WELLFORD, '

of their bo oen. Your copmitteef I,An efficient scheme of protection, for a few t the Cumberland! arrived at Wbitibavenihey: ]. the capital Navarre and long the head quarters ,

.- n considering the report mad. to this con, ;years, will'make all safe. The use of cotton, absconded of tho pretender,submitted to the Queen'stroops Char and R. Y. Wellford, Esq. appointed Cfert.

t notion by General Hamilton.in obedience to :;as a fabric of human raiments, is just penetrating No douln thry were the two soldier who soon after his flight across the frontier. Secretary to the meeting. The Chairman Cotton is selling in this city

; the instructions of the New York meeting,I | the Russian Empire ; and before many stole a boat al Bvimudn, and made off in her. Cabrera stiR held out, but it was reported that in a brief and appropriate address, stated the 12 J cents, and in New at a lll-a
K which devolved; on him the province of arranging !L I years, we shall hare in the boundless regious A reward for ihrir H3)ITheWI'fl was advertised he had transmitted a large amount of money o bject of the meeting, and invited his Fellow. to a cebt a pound less. Yor New h

k with sundry European houses, to I of the North of Europe, a class of consumers in srveial ltoug papers. I to Italy, whence it was inferred that he would Citizen to do honor the illustrious dead. Mobile it sells 12 and 12 Ore
t } cents.
take the consignments, and which has been I I I more, numerous than those of the Miss Julia Webster, daughter of Daniel not long remain behind. The canon Trista- in substance k a Market*
referred to committee that of Great \V tb"lt'r, was married at the fashionable St. Carlist I His remarks were : dull and no money to purchase.
your are opinion II I Kingdom Britain. ny, one of the most famous of the par.
That it with satisfaction he observed
'the convention had better make no deaigna,4 I With these reflections on the past, and an. George's, Hanover qutre on the 23th, Sept. tizans, had been made prisoner. was

4;xi of the bouses ; but simply to suggest ticipations of the future we submit, with this to Samuel Appleton, Esq. of Boston. A The Count d'Espagne also held out, but that ,the meeting was composed of persons of IXDIAXS.' -Since our hut, we hava two

; be above reference, however entirely satisfied j' Report the following resolutions for the adoption I I large and fashionable; company was present hat e was negociating with the English commis. all political parties, and embraced many who :other depredations to record. O Saturday
r they be with the in which of the the ceremony. Among whom we notice I last of Indians
may manner Convention; sioners. i in th vicissitudes of political strife, may have night a party Uw

, thjs gentleman performed his duty ; and of Ranked That tbe gentlemen who issued "the American minister and lady, and Mr. The Duke Decazes had been employed by been opposed for a time, to the opinions and plantation of Mr. John Johnson att, residing
. the undoubted of the the Circular dated 5th in New York Rush, the Belgian minister and M d houses
respectability July, the King of France to treat with Don Carlos views of thcir late lamented Joseph OcQla, in Jefferson, in the neighborhood
with whom he conferred.Thirdly. which has caused the meeting of this Convene Van do Weyer, Sir Henry Halforo, B'irt.two for a formal renunciation of his claims to the Delegte. of

That fa( the city of New York.!, tion, are entitled to the thanks of every citi. of1 r. Webster's associates in the United throne ; and it was intimated that the King'snext M. White ; and yet all eager now Mr. L's ; and killed for negroes asd a

there should be an Agency established for I t zen, who is interested in the cultivation or export I States Senate-Mr. Linn of Missouri, and would be a marriage between one of his to do honor to his memory, as a Statesman white lad. They were fired o by Mr.

each southern, shipping port, to be appointed, ofthe great staple of the South. I Mr. Young-nf Illinois After the ceremonythe sons and the young Queen Isabel. of exalted talents, and as a man of transcen- Johnson and a few others, a one or two of

by the committees and banks of said ports, Resolved, That this Convention entirely company partook of a dejeune with Mr. HOLLAND. dant worth. The grave had levelled all distinctions the party wounded.On .

whose duty it should be to sell such cotton .concurs in the opinion expressed in said Circular Wcbstei, at Brunswick Hotel, after
A trouble has arisen to disturb the had buried all party feuds, and the Wednesday evening a of lea
: u may be shipped to New York ; and such I that owing to the circumstances under which the murned.couple left London on n spot party o
. I royal'family of the Netherlands, in the resolu.b.m deceased was now known only in the simple twelve attacked the dwelling of Mr.
exchange as may go to that place for nego which the Cotton crop is usually sent to tour Alf
C tiation.Fourthly.. I market, the price of the article is not left to London, Saturday, September, half11 of the King, 67 years old, to marry the majesty of his character-the cherished object Oliver, residing on the Oclockonee, a

s. That a Delegate from each of. be regulated by the fair and natural influences J past 12--The final arrangement for n' \Inan Countess d'Outremont ; to which his children j of regard-the pride of his country. twelve miles from this city. A son of Mr.

: the Committees of the several Cotton Markets .]II'of the law of supply and demand. |!lof cosolx from ,the Bank ul Kii'jlanu: to Mr. arc vehemently opposed, because, 1st, she is His fame was coeval with the political existence Olver was shot in the breast, pierced by far
. not of a sovereign family, 2nd, because she i is
meet on the 1st. day August, of each ., Resolv.d, As the opinion of this Conven.1! Jaudon nppe; rs! to have been at length completed birth Belaian and first i of the Territory, and his name most baJs and died immediately. Mr. 0. and a
by a was lady
t year in the City of New York, to confer with! tion, that a remedy for the evil, as effective of under the jjuarantee of four London lately i associated with man residing in the seized
of honor the intimately important young family
to Queen of that and
: the New York : firm;, those of IWinj Morrison I Deiii son, kingdom, every the
1 ; Agencies and to devise such its object, as it is simple in its character, will ;
rifles fired the
finally because she i is a Catholic. All this, and interesting event of its history. upon Indians, and severely
and tin* Cern firm I lath & Co.,
;;; measures as may more effectually be found in the recommendation of the Circu. opulent 1n
If. the objects of this Convention. promote I I lar "that the cotton of our country shall not 1! and !'be Live rpoIII house of Browp, all ofthem however, does not shake the determination of Called as he was, from his widely extended wounded, one or two of then number, which

This is interested in the I trade of the the old King, who has declared it is said, that fame caused them to retire. The trail has been followed
tho sum and substance of the plan be sent to market, accompanied by a bill of lieepli as a lawyer, to a more enlarged

: 'which we propose for the protection of our Exchange, which must coerce its sale at R.. United States. The Mini'requiredslated ie'PP he,would The rather Countess abdicate is 42 than forego of the mar- sphere of action, than this infant Territory l by i small party of neihbr but no

1-1 great staple.and the resuscitation of our cur. fixed date, whatever may be the state of the i to be only J180,000. The manner in riage.She had to Rome obtain years age.- could afford, and to the control and man Indians found. Capt. Johons company
: rency. In its details thcre is neither market. which the limit: has come forward has :?ivii gone to a dispensation o
com. in and
now it .
are ,
I of the most important \'olunteer pursuit
her concernments
authorizing to a Protestant. agemeut i
phcation nor mystery. Its object is to bor. Resolved, That the Cotton Planters and : grent satisfaction, and it is qowral( y thought marry I I will tall them in their bop
. ,, of this whole Union, for which from his upon
row the money on our stable at home, and L American shippers in the Southern ports, beI j I I tint its disembarrassment from ?o larg-* an GREECE. varied rett.Te

not abroad, and thus to place it beyond the earnestly requested to concur in the measures I "n1'un.t of depreciated. sto'-k will be a sensible Letters from Athens, on the 15th of Aug., and splendid endowments he was so admirably following is from the last Star
reach of sacrifice whenever the Bank of, recommended by this convention, by which rrlii-f its cofier- especially II tli vacuum represent Greece as in a deplorable state, fitted. Col. White always retainedhis

England may cither from wise councils, or they may be certain of having their cotton i< supplied by speri- from Ameiic.i. from the mischiefs inseparable from Bavarian first and warmest love for this his adopted ISBIAIW.-'*We are monstrous tired of writing -

:';, an unfounded panic, raise thb rate of inte*. held, and not forced on the market at a ruinous THE EAST I DIES. protection. King Ohio is now universally Country. Amidst the stirriag and ubsor-lj t this word; but have to record one more

't' est. We disclaim the stupid charge of has.pitality sacrifice. The death of Runject Singh, the astute and regarded as an idiot by his subjects, and every of his i f freaks of the red rascal. Oa Saturday night
bing interests short but brilliant I
f :.: to the manufacturing interest of Eng. Resolved, That the Banks in the Southern powerful ruler of the Punjaub, is at length an. act of his government i is calculated to confirm career,,tl|last, they attrko the house of a Mr. John
,f" land, for the manifest reason, they constitute States be invited to concur in u general 3\s- nounced; and trouble was anticipatcd in con. such an impression. heart rem.ine true to Florida-the cherished son, in Jefern county, and killed three of

! our best customer, tern of advancing on the crop, as the only I sequence. Ilk quota of troops sent in aid of CHINA. i fame of his youth-the destined retreat *his negroes. Ir. J. we leama antfrom

:' We must, moreover, bo allowed to enter. certain means of replenishing their stock of I the Anglo-British invasion of Affghanistan, as I The recent movements at Canton have at. of his declining years. "I am a cit zen of home at the time. Those who a ignorant .

I; our'protest against the unfounded allegation, specie, and of placing their circulation on a soon as they heard of his death, betook themselves traded less attention in England than was to Florida" was ever his proudest title, more and stupid, and whose delight it is,

. that we desire to fix, by an absolute edict,, :. sound basis.PACKET. to their heels, leaving; their British com-11 I be expected. The papers generally discountenance valued than the brightest trophies of his forensic on all occasions, to kick up a fI raisea
the price of Cotton. We aim mander Col. Slade almost alone. squabble, will now cry out ire
at ,
no object the idea that the will sppe. a
government the
I. genius at home or honors and distinctions
so absurd and unattainable. We know that The accounts from the invading: army were same the loss upon the opium, or mike it the awarded they young L wa.kiled, .
, the great law of supply and demand must, Eight; Days Later from London. unfavorable. The march from Candahar to ground of hostile proceedings. Some of to his character abroad. say "the Indians are abu Mile
New York, Oct. 30. To Florida and to the classic shades of h is Florida; they hav'nt been and
after alt
'L ,regulate price. But it is a legitimate Cabul was not known at Bombay, although I hem, however, predict war. The followings : drrea
kobject of trade wise At an early hour this morning we receivedour "Casa Bianca" he turned to the haven over the Suwannee at all." Fudge- so.
orders ever
by provisions, to guard i had been given to commence it on the i from a London as I you
. P''.. against gluts in the market, and unfounded I files of papers by tho packet ship Indepen. : 15th of June. Dost Mahomed, instead of I Iflying London, Sept. paper.28.-We learn from our for his latter years, after his public eventful I J phisticating dolts; don't you know that the
: panics, often the result of and derice Capt. Nye, which vessel sailed on the to the hills reported Indians might b in Tallahassee, today and
unworthy prof. as was making; Liverpool corresoondent that a deputationfrom part had been performed, where amidst his I
,,: : 29th Sept. Our London and Liverpool at Bay to There
pa. Deadm' morrow.
ligate combinations. We are
have for resi The
repeatedly preparations a stout tance. the East India association qf Liverpoolleft I books and friends he
"to into the
.", seen the most false and unblushing statements pers are to the evening of the 28th inclusive. Ameers of Siude also had declared hostility l London on Thursday morning to seek glide" plenty Indians all over the country-the
: GREAT BRITAIN--THE HAHVKST. an I sweet oblivion of the cares of life. thing is to catch them. Call
: the only Gov.
' probable amount of the Cotton crop of i against the British ; the Shah of Persia was i interview with Lord Palmerston, accompanied sa.ted
The accounts of the harvest, although at "Ducerc solicits oblivia titu" them-routed them-run them and
the United
States for the jucunda we
of Herat with
purpose depres. again marching against a large by a deputation from the London, Manchester .
, sing its value. Last year it was asserted i considerable variance in different parts of force ; and the frontiers of the British Indian and Glasgow East India, Associations The Chairman concluded by expressing I doubt not, did: for the time drive them east

4 that the production would be 2.000,000 bales,I the country, on the whole leave scarcely a I empire were menaced by the Burmese on one to obtain from his lordship some explanation his confident belief that the tribute about to b: I o Suwannee; but who i such a/at a to

< !in the face of a product of 1,350,000 ; and doubt that a large portion of the wheat crop side, and by the Nepaulese on another. In as to the course intended to be adopt. offered to the memory of the deceased would suppose that they would not return." .

: ft':',. .1 jn the face of a drought of unexampled iutensity oat has and been irretrievably damaged in and that the the midst of all this the interruption of the ed by our government in reference to the dispute meet a sympathising response from every one, To this we add another attack on Wednesday

: this season, it j is affirmed with equal barley crops were serious danger. trade with China causes a material reductionof between the British merchants and the evening last, on the family of Mr. Oliver,
Largo orders had been sent to the continent present.
L;: truth that that of the present year would reach ; revenue, just when funds arc most needed, Chinese. The consist.
: Liverpool deputation residing near the Oclocknee, about twelve
and the of with Whereupon tho
and I
necessity parting heavy a. following preamble
.:L 0,200,000 bags which, in no event, can ex. Four of Runject Singh's wives, and seven: ed Messrs. W. Potter, Win. Nicoll, Geo. miles from this
; ceed an average one. No article of agricul mounts of gold in payment for foreign grain, slave girls mounted his funeral pile and were Armstrong, and Harold Littledale. resolutions, mo\ed by Jesse H. Willis, Esq. cty.

,:., tore and commerce in the whole civilized: i I could no longer be questioned. burned to death. were unanimously adopted. by the meeting. We suppose the editor of the Star alludeso

world, is exposed to such accumulation of BANK OF ENGLAND.A The "Old Lion" in his will, bequeathed to Whereas, I has pleased the great ruler of t us as one whose "delight it i on all occa.

: dangers, as our great staple. Even that pes. suspension of specie payments by ihc! the temple of Juggernaut the large and celc- A DREADFUL of E.\RTHQU\KE.-\dreadful events, in his wise and inscrutable Providence.* .slons to kick up a fuss and squabble," because .
Bent I drug of oriental the Bank ol England was freely spoken of; and I brated diamond which he took, givr-s an account n earthquake we have dared
luxury some to when Bunce's
: expulsion twenty
; to call Qrom this worlu say
the general impres'on was that such a ma. with which the rity iif Ava was visited: on the to that which lies beyond f'my
of which! baa recently convulsed a mighty years ago, from Shah Sooja. Tho Bengal L ,was murdered while the
; sure must be resorffi to before Christmas.! ilurkaru 234 1 of March f lasi. After somrc preliminary our fellow citizen Colonel JOSEPH M. were
mpire to its centre, seems less an object of suggests that the British ought to
' 1 It London the accounts ? WHITE scouting near the Suwannee, when Lee'ihouse
:,.., hostile [ was believed in that the Blink claim it in behalf of the particulars, proceeds I ;
cmWn.ation.among those at least original proprietor,
>' of ; The earth was rent in several into I was attacked and
u' Encl.md had been compelled to seek : places And numerous Indian
assistance whereas
The sudden
and it sell it demise of
ivno purcnase it, although it dispensrs mad keep or to repay the expenses of' a pub
; from Hamburg. similar to that chained wide chasms and figures from ten to twenty I signs discovered, in of Middle
ness and death,than a staple to placing him on th*' throne. lic man, endowed with great and useful abilities many plr
whichf.ves t from the bank of France. This belief feet wide, (from which ilelugrs of water had Florida
man his most healthful ; TURKEY Ai'D EGYPT. is, at all times, to considered as a serious that the object of the scout, to drive
l was founded on the fact that bills to i a gushed, nnd u large: quantity of grey earlh : b
; rivals the fleece of the Indians
the lamb in its softness beyond the Suwannee had
; and the miraculous l cire amount, endorsed by an eminent house Matters at Constantinople and Cairo re was thrown up, covering Ihe place aroundseveral I public cnlamnity, and the present instance no
." results of the of
silk industry i in Hamburg, in favor of the chief cashier of mained for the most part in statue quo. Me. : feet deep emiting a su'phuroussmell. affording an example ol a fond and I ben accomplished. We would not detract
the in
:. its fibre.worm the fineness. and beauty of he Bank, had been paid by several houses in hornet still adhered to his terms, and his obstinacy I. The rapid; current of: the Irrawnddi I confiding people being deprived of one in:II from the merit due the volunteers for their

London. sadly perplexed the representatives of reversed at the time of the gallantry on that scout from .
'f ; was even shock, whom for have been nor thr applause
We desire they
no If the many years past
; monopoly.
; agents ath the five of them. ..
powers-or some A manifesto I. and asceurcd its b d for while. due the
The officers
BANK or TIll UNITED STATES. up a I :although thought at
:: houses wont to their confidence and many
:: foreign are wiNing to give a higher the of : repose look to
the Turkish
integrity ; old cities of Ava and with
The with the .child Ts.igaim
: arrangement l, numerous time that it was with limited
: rate of advance than the banks,let them take, empire aid tho maintenance of the I as their chief political head and constitutional I impolitic our
for the of the U. S. Bank drafts present: pagodas' and other edifice, arid have
I i"'W.the cotton,the risk of such adventures. acceptance means of defence, to have undertaken the destruction .
[ had adviser it is deemed
been the meet the
, protested by Hotlingeur bad been carried dynasty, presented to Sultan by also beenrJtzced t lo heaps ruin-sand Ih..irwalls on present oc
: 'i Alithat we wish is, to place a portion at least into effect. the ambassadors of England, France and shattered and thrown down. The I casion, that a suitable tribute of respect should I of the provisions of the Indians, and
r c the cotton crop beyond the reach of coer. Austria but it is said that those of Russia and I thus force them the white settlements
) sales Another topic for comment and rumor was ; towns and villages abnve and below the capital b offered lo the memory of hm! who, during upon
,e, ,jf\ ve under the death warrant of a 60 afforded on lh. 26th September, by the application Prussia had refused to sign it. hale likewise suffered, and it is: reported i his life time, devoted his) talents f for subsistence.
bill that has preeminent :
run to We wish ;
Ife ;' j maturity. of Mr. Jaudon tn the Bank of Eng. The British fleet in the Levant, had been: that sonic hive: even been swallowed upand 1 and zealous exertions to the best interests four That the Indians are in large force in Middle (
{ ver, to place at least a portion of the, reinforced by the addition of three line-of-bat- o
"' land for assistance. A other destroyed by inundation. The
the great number of Florida we have no 'doubt. The Star
beyond baleful influence and
.. of those tie ships and a steamer ; and a farther i increase I. number of who youthful growing Territory,
statements are published reference to this pT onti pt-rrished here and
of finance,which,although they The British and French Therefore Resolved That cherish sa"S speaking of Gen. Taylor's arrangements
: may was expected. tile and we
ir-msactinn; but tho fact scrim to be thai surrounding towns village, amount b i
..re emanated from the highly respectable Mr. Jtudou't embarrassment was caued by squadrons remained at the Dardanelles, not. to between 200 and 303: which number may in fond and lively remembrance, the talentsand i -" The General, we.doubt not, wfll!

in of the the bank of England, are not to beamd the refusal of Hope and Co., of Amsterdam, withstanding the Sultan's request that they of course be expected to swell as reports ir. virtues of our former Delegate and much find the Indians, and in much larger numr

:t bid philosophy struck of Smith or Ricardo, to make advance which he expected and roquiied would retire.It rivo from more distant pi-ires. Amonpst lamented friend JOSEPH M. WHITE, and that probably, than is anticipated by many. Nor
Havo the
) influence the summer, a to meet the post notes filling due i in was reported that tho English squadronwas those O dll'.! are Mr. Hxrap at, the we.il- we deplore his death a do we doubt that he wijl easily .succeed i
ting not only on American great calamnity
I London; that aid to the mount of 300,000 preparing to sail for Alexandria, to compel I. lay Armenian merchant, and three children and a driving them into East Fio da.- But the im
e, but have prostrated one of the greatest the surrender of the Turkish public los.Ruolod -
was grAAted by the hank, on (lie of vessels by ul I Mr.fAvancsp.! These were the survivors the
gii'trnnlee will
matter be them
to across
iches of the keep
gigantic industry of the Brit. the Pacha to their right owner and that the That citizens of Florida, win P portant
_ four houses I ; ofa .f six a
in family chrildren he '
hrgtly engaged tho American ( has
great now river
under and
_ Empire; the vain and absurd ala to follow them and drive them
hope measure was only delayed until the effect of up
an especial his
trude; that it was given in three percent been deprived ofih<'mtoo. We have indeed manner, acknowledge numerous -
topping during an obviously unfavorable to a final surrender." We have regarded .
consols, to avoid increasing thi Bank ono more remonstrance should be ascertained. to be grateful to Providence, that and valuable public services,and shall always
of trade and a deficient harvest, that I On his part the Pacha is said to have de Jar. the keeping them beyond the Suwaa.
circulation ind that have been in
of which slate ; con-toU! gave way J though we the midst of so many ever hold iu sacred recollection his excellencies I-
gold was as certain to flow cent in of the trl1nnclion.XUCELLAofJOC' ed that if the English como bullying him at AJ.I 1. perished, none of U buve suffered either nee as the matter. The Star says
per coitsequencn i in and his devotion ipr.nf
_ of England, as the father of our western I exandria he will order Ibrahim Pacha n a man, as a patriot
to: or \T. :: again, "we able to state the amount
person P o\'e certainly our Resolved of ar
is lo roll his current to the ocean,- I march Irnl'fty. That the chairman this meet.
Private 1 letters that the harvest has' upon Constantinople, when the Sultan to b5n built of the : of it what decency .
wise in say escnpt hous aim e troops would .require. With
generation have indone ; will call the Russians for assistance I ing b requested to correspond with the be.
their turned out bitter than the papers represent( i tI upon light mutcrhl as the gpn.'r of buildings ,then he denounce those
worst-they hare prostrated it. The Barings write that the Bank of I .: and then a general war must follow. here but had swallowed I reaved lady of the late Col. WHITE, enclos.ing I. can a supid
4r nigh
rican inta rests, and all the interests in | <| Amon the IP ben up by as delighting to kick, a fuss and squabble-)
EI1I'andViti' not suspend specie payment. ; imptobahlo on dits of the Paris iorne opr ings nnd gaps in the earth, fur p to her a copy of this day's proceeding up

; 1k fatal own tide country. flows connected with ours, but The merchants and banks in this city who I papers is one that the Russian governmenthas some of these were not many yards from ou:rrcIdenc. and tendering to ,her the sincere n sophisticating dolt and a flats, those who ,

if banks on. have remitted post notes ol. the Bank of tho despatched a diplomat of high rank I to: An occuronce like this i is not i in of the citizens of Florida. have ventur to say the result' of the ex

'And- .our ,desire that a portion of United States must feel greaily relieved by England, to negociate for a sanction by that the recollection of the oldest inhabitant in this Resolved, That the foregoing and pedition the Suwannee has been useless
stream shall be lavished on .
' i our own I the knowledge that provision has been mado country the Russian occupation of Constantinople ; country nor is there any mention in one of ifnot pernicious. How can he reconcile the
let thm resolutions in the
turn ,te our great staple, as a quid for which the Ent b published newspapers of
for their by the advance of consol pro quo their historical records. out?
payment have above
under a judicious course of trade willmmaod I this inconsitence we, .
to Mr. Jaudon, lish fleet i U to be allowed to pass the Dard cty. pinte ed .
the precious metals from every Mr. nelles and enter the Black Sea. WAKING WRONG Whereupon the meeting adjourned. attempt i a subsequent par hi
A Fergus O'Connor was njrnin arrested UP TUB PASSENGER.- to
: of the Globe. tonal to excite the people of Eart Florida
at ftl-inchest on the 20ih September, for FBANCE. The following 'un, related by our Philosopher THOMAS RANDALL, Chairman.
;, To associates in branch of( goo complain, if:the driven to that
our an Important were
[ a si'clitiou The with Texas is Tom P R. Indan
conspiracy making seditioiiMspeeches. treaty was signed at Parison new us: -, an unsophisticated WELLFORD, Secretary.
., industry. the cotton planters the coun. &c. He wn* held In (mil for trill I I. the 25th of September but would not L be son of Erin, wishing to lake the section from Fonda should b con

ft we would address a voice of sympathy This i* about nil we find in reference' to the published until ratified by the Senate of the stage t for a journey, put up at a tavern from Middle District of Florida, demned. If it i true that the militia run them -
_ ; 1.waming"oqld: tell thetq' that the Chlraisl. republic. whence it was to start ; ho was put in a LEON SUPERIOR COURT, from this country, we should have supposed

_ I Je sjcifl by is:which the of product: of their capital We regret tf) find by the papers, that wilful Renewed disturbances had taken place i in rom with a colored ant. He of course November Term, 1839. that the complaint would rest against those
jcoasamptbnis disposed the great market of fires hire ng.tin taken placein variouspart various parts of France. occasioned by the took a parting glass with his friends and was 13, 1839. On the opening of the who projected it. But'Ve have too high a

______ enough to break down tile I of the, kingdom-rcbirfly ,among hay high price of bread, and tho apprehensions of put to bed, somewhat mellow, and as soon as 1-0> the East to
of of
opinion fellow citizens
; valuable' .fUpley. no xt to the staff of life, rick, corn: stick, and the like. Thi.. is'the:' a scarcity. At Lille the riots continued f for ho fell asleep, his jovial friends blacked his I Court, Mr. 'VESCOT on behalf of the our

______ ui- God has given to man.jf way in which we have long apprehended I he two days, and were finally suppressed by tho face nil over, like the ace of clubs.: Before I members of the Bar, piesented the following suppose such sinister efforts from'ay,quarter

_ most not.rest satisfied with ,the un. Char'Uu spirit i would disphy itself. military. 'At Bellesme, in the department of daylight, be was called in a hurry and took resolution, which ,after some prefatory re_ will do 'harm- The 'Eastern frontier U .

I.calculations of the product of a crop,p CoJ.. Psky succeeded, Sept.. 23 in firing: Orne, where the populace rose to prevent the: his sat in the stage without paying his i mark he moved b entered on the minute deserted, and the people congregated near

i Co be cut short-almost' to thft bat moqt ODe of his enormous submarine mines of departure of wagons laden with grain: ,the National morning respect to.his mi ror. In a couple of l of the Court, viz: posts, ard great injury from the foe, ,1* n _

_ : .jts gathering, by the! T vicissitudes r powder against the wreck of (the' RoyalGeorge. Guards refused to' act against them.-- hours the stage arrived at the'stopping placer I .The members of the bar of the Middle witbtho force left them for their protection**ofbe S .

_ _""t'A.., Whether be a largo_or a small The cylinder contained 23201ns.and The riot was put down by the Gendarmerie r brcakfast.and Tomon account of!the color r, .District of Florida, the session ,, |i much apprehended.1 ,The trtth.the: ,

$ ."'! for offering it for' wits jgnltoJ by the galvanic park' ThecflVct but not until after a stout resist ncc. Troops was shown in a different room from the other* attending force in .Florida" insufficient.before A' we hiv

_, ____ ,...,,,,i MM*!. fqrfckn ..markets of its/eoo.' _upon the water. was grand and impo i* i of the line had been ordered to'Bellesmo.e passengers and left there 'aloae.In, a few I'tho Superior Court of. said District, forM i t 'seat here .

._ t # &fiy {he :pan of policy and I Ing i in the extreme. What it ra upon iii I The harvest in France was not below"an minutes, however, ho discovered his sooty Icon County, havng, heard of the decease said 5000 men should'' be her ..

.: The fret is:not>> bt concealed wreck had.not Jet been,stcertxiqi'd,. average, but prices were high, and a deficien. phiz in tho
____ *fthdepTsd'tsoctr4I.ln: ; Eng One,of the Paris psptirsLa. "Ifiance*.% cy was seriously feared, In Paris and other was alarmed by his shouts-'What is the mat* .
if ;n&Iri' .',howf ;.ja. Ltrerpool I stert* that tbettntendvd marriage t ,Queenyictpri i ,Urge cities the people wero demanding a"free, ter, man!' exclaimed the people who, 'came .this Bar, at St. Louis Missouri; and e ter. gate' should ut it_ upon the War : ,

t:_.' ick ora wb II tptliay' nrfg' Cub"'J jnincr.u been'j.importation foreign grain rushing into the room. Mathur is.* il 0murthermurtiei taming' high .respect' for the..distinguished ment. uldbe.no! .squabbles;;*A ."il
: '. $i be French The King; i it seems" was ( : hare 'woke ; i d
Dcislly.anODUDCtd. to ,goverzrnent4 .t- agaln'.under ftp.prehensions they' up.thewrong M talents and character the deceased shoul command.. Geo.'Tayter.j4.it t. :
"J: fttol leo to"I for his I life and strict 'It's the a 1
". I precautionswerp passenger.1 they ha rewohedu&rpiandtbereI.in : coatinueth l
nagur elded 4
.z ...= II ? /: Re.fc .uponto !:8 .:
; Iawyerstatesmari gpnUemanj.
:* .. : ; frd
I from taken for his whenoeThe > '
Emigration; Tnpna safety
-, : & ,Euplnpd, tt p. : apt ; a, sleep,. ,'sd ,
: _,c7. .WI....i..L. pernr..ju,feaoM Oft)*pravsjHnf.hobbies., A peared in pobjic...* He.had'countermanded .a at thejfern.when 1 ought': to. be.half: a 07B Y, bat..w amukocsuch: "fpc tlMwqjearthusua1Jdge ." tfat :,t.the'people -kt'i l
-'-' .bo travelledod review'.at Farts which was to > ',Or for to. .8 h f", ?
m. .l4 'IPr.roffJ..fr. I" lately take place in 00 me jo hoDey o1ziIloneybpw ( J adbt" .' l ;

ji I:.' ".'. .tN.*od :1'et.-ba, .beeod bispresence. ." -1.f.O.U stand roei 'LM thirty tlays, and, a:the.'Court be requested '. I U N v ",' .; '

. ,, 'II. .m!, I' .; F *,:1,tt'. "":rb< .id' E ,'Awlf! .d<.att i ib'nj. ![-. 'A!: :plan! Tor colonizing! ,New' ealana1! I has ver.go.back'and.: .ge :m V,'to'1"e'\b1n.; 'j f"tQ hyt; tIs 7 T5lQtQtDtd.- ..C if.hl. 'r. ,,. r _: .. 1.h W ijil; .!... !. i_-> ,

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l'. GJtIII. 2d inst, bringing adVIce. :. This act was not the sadden,freak of pas.sion .l.ctii*. at ... milE Doerd"Direefa.*. 'tG lank. 4 r6e ;w.. > ,..;t'

00w J&he but was coolly and deliberately planed .1. .r .tJI n.Ma."fee ressl.6ss14Idated.. _,.it _. ootwiVbsmetI.th.OeaiaI WiUIa .. '''MIV 1'fr'> "'l,1f. ..I'f.

1 of October. with all the foresight of the Indian, in order ,&: w. *reagsats ao'homotl to anftOU .. t.O U forfeited, .UM; MteviM *ejee 1n.HM Cauul PMC Qfin ,. u. .._ ..1e iJi ..4 + .' '

.. &, to thl New York Express, the I to make the sacrifice more complete. Their &I a eudi4&te fur SberiI aI I&. Steekof aM Bat; sad W?. es4ed tfemsjse LttunV '* tai irtifit.TAfT for ''f .l5ti '
UWceid rr r.w
Ie 1M ,Iah_eta ,
i this arrival hasadvanced b.VIS 4ame8eodsiis .L w .
from Europe by i seeming friendship with many officers would Ad fl.1M terWaUn c..a .rilleaUl.'l fill ; ,. ,. c 8"Jlarb. 1 ;.'.
the stock market in hue called up any feeling but distrust ; and LOOKS.ot Flonda aMrtvtjdJ Use lit of March 1_. t* wit i Aa4caa.Walks.. LeDk dwar On Moral tb. afcave'vaawl k,' : f '
effect upon vatioa *. Lay-Clarke .: :
;BOAfiD3 ::
BI descriptions from nET WHITE PlflE -
.t iw
50 ,
app1 the fact that they in eta.&houu4 'Ek io rMef Steok suadafte lao MSB/ AQea ,
were and JetM
Even description pickets, necesuarily ay i* M tad to fJMerodxof Alfred Evans aadM M'-MiUDrK.ka .. ftiP..iU bi aQiJ low for. "T;+A.. : ', :..: < 4N.rl
; United States sir anticipated that the men, should they Books ; ArebwM".EJisaMiJa MosnWT'L .. -
oCthe per z& starts tbe U 1' i
UHf ctaadiagia a ae,a" tbe AdamcWmBSryaat 6sesXajt --i-
.rthbank Raligioos Work -
come, would be without shows how .
arms credit of Jaoee Stewart. I .
Mn EltsaBarria'gton HeAUiater : t
78. Wat J
gncgoff&t entire they intended their work to be. Chit. Publication of the ALSO, Notice is hereby rinD that in compliance with Perry Morgaa Walter F PeNEWTOR.- .. .- 4i
remains ,
oey market tn England' to's wife, too, used the suasive eloquence of their price YI&Pilvim' Auwrican Tract Society, at aid resolution, UM Cashier of the Uaioa Bank of BahttUTaonua 3 Martin Chandler regular! pcciet Mg 6TATIRA, ,-, ]
fie bank of Eng. Florida, will the 27lh of tbe ail. for the aawte Ha1 fr: 1
proYc1neOt, and the her sex, but unfortunately for the of Progress 37 1,!. Wednesday prevent ByrdCaptJH Maxwell TbommiMcGinn .TUK sova port. .<;
age month 1 birds of / a-.WI : ;.
iitJ131I raise the of November, and between the boar of Jritton Mn a.. }. Joan Jr two Jaer'carro eaj ged/v
b1ve intimated its intention to gallantry, it was unheard, and fell upon the Doddndge's Baxter Rise aDd Progrest, 37 12. 10 and It o'clock A. M. at the real door of said flvw, M C Martha X3J< '0 t or passage"apply t. le*. .- I

7 per cent. Considerable ear unheeded.We Lives of Baxter Saints Rest, 37 12. Bank proceed to sail the above named shares of George 0 MaavilJe P 1* .eptaia oa board or to .KERR.& K1RKSEY* -

ioc.pecie bad been received from the have been particular in detailing the Pearce Kilpiu,and Brainerd other Hartyn, Payson, lock of said Bank at public outcry, to UM high. Bunch WM McPbersoa Bv J. HOT It -
above incidents eminently pious eat bidder for Ctsh. Bird dpi Daaioitoweojohn Maltias Jaa J f -""
States. -a bare recital is all that we mea. -I- FOB EW YORK-: -
United '
.nne t and the intend. Murder after murder-Indian Baxter's Call Alleine's Alarm JOHN PARKHILL, Cashier. D Huso Am THE fast 'LLOWEr .i .: ti
treach. !
1 alteration, and with some)1iyifl Keith TsDahaecee, ovembef 8th, ;. Mtf BroostonAifred Macon Martha H > .
C14ofl! without el: and the white man's confidence, are in on Prophecy, Young Chrutian, iiaekledg Mi. Ellen AcRaeny O Cap MUtJa.I&"U toon fer the,. ,;

the market. 'flic apprehensionpatfion such continued opposition, that We.are at a Mother CateehimsBnrder'g at Home, Child at Home, NEW GOODS. iaroet Samuelhllingsley Miller John above port. Hating twahird ofhef*, : ,' -
ol specie payments by the loss in accounting for the one as the other. Village 4e Sermons, THE undersigned have received by recent a.-. ElissAVvrretl Odea Uamer Wia .ppJi to the cargo CaKain engaged on hnord or Freight to poag-------. v
ilrl England was lessening, as the exofBoflion What is to be the result of this abuse of con. Joseph ns' Works. herry'tf Row.,and opened and at their well stores Noe. J &t Samuel L Oliver George NormS KER&KRY. .: --
a assorted
general stock of Car Wo A 0..1 Mary Ana ,
$ was decreasing, and the ex.Lf fidence, on the part of Indian, we know not. For Moniicello.sal. by J. 8. GRAVES. Fall and Winter Goods consisting ia part of Craig Wm P 4 Parker R.b.rtCosradjawes For ITew Y. .. .

the continent were becoming One thing is certain-a war to extermination Nov 14,1KS9. 35eow* Bagging and Bale Rope, E Page Joha Ikstened" ... .
with fast
must be followed if the Government Linsey and Kerry's, Coleman Edward D PiilainaJebaParrygrey aew niling capper '
few fail. :
rraNefor England. Very quell them, and give a peace to this expectsto unfor. -1:1-AVE jaiL received and offer for salt, a sap. ket.,French, Wbiloer, Duffil and twilled Blan Conner LewieZarauck Joseph H .ocbrTURBUTTLCapt Travel, 'will have despatch for' the .'.
pttbad occurred among mercantile men in tier anortroent of PRESERVES, JEL. Sinus W Powell Edwin T tPrenlis <
unate above For freight or "
Territory. port. passage
Lowell No
Osnabarg. Coleman if A M Richard .
Sand and business there as here had been LIES, SYRUPS PICKLES, &. Con-irtinj ofPicklfd Heavy Russet apply to Captain oa board at St. Mark.or to .
Brogans, 7room
Jobs 0
Correspondence of the United States Gazette Geikins Picktlilly, Manroes, Onion., Rich Brussels and Scotch Bryaa2olenaa ,MOT 9 BE1TON A. dHER. .
rtrTD1ttch contracted. Red Cabbage, Wslnulu and Pepperr Lemon, Itaip- Carpet, Mn Nancy Parson J !
, ir.Jiodon bad made arrangements with NEW YORK. OCT 31, 1839. berry i and Ginger Syrups Rrd Current Jrlly. Bruise) Wilton and Tilted Rugs, 2room Mn Evuline Penaioft Henry Notice ; 1I
There are two failures Fashionable brass Fenders, and Cannon Win Quail Samuel -
day- Raopberry.
heavy Brandied
job Green.Qtgejams
MessrsBarings to meet all the engage. Carved And-Irona, Dvwall W H L 3 Oa and after Monday the 4th
George Rogers
Le hrrs in Pine street. It is supposed Raspberrfw, John Bull Cavice and Pepper Sauce Iii or'i'
they Mahogany & Gilt.framed Mantel Glance Danish L A ia RobiaoaRichsoo November the Sloop MARY.
petit of flhC United States Bank. He had will Capes: Fresh Prune; India Carrie Powder : Raf *
long extensions and
get grildually coma Fes tliers, Matrasses and Bedsteads 3Lorme C Jobn tone master, will ply betwavw .
$,so succeeded in obtaining a I loan of eight up again. enne Itrdt Pepper Pao'i! Vine; American ir Stllad, EiigiUh and Castor and French Oil white Mu. With a general assortment of choice Groceries Derail/) J L Ryan Rebecca H Mark and the Light Heoo dailyjeavisg St Marks .: !

bandrtd thousand pounds secured by deposits The Banks are very liberal to day. Theygo Pepper Rose Water( ; Eau.de Cologne (a superior; Good Hardware and Cutlery, Staple and Fancy Dry LoUse 0 Rodgers Charles at t o'clock'P.M. and the Light Hooeo at 8 A M. ,. ,
fine Boots Hats :
and and
State stocks. as far as they dare to, nnd will article.) Also, a general assortment of Tea, Shoes Caps Floyd Robert Remmingtoo Joha Fazs.g.1.COoch way.
'I\1Dia I -
of Pen Coffee Crockery and Glass Ware, Pickles, Catsaps. Jel Fisher Wm Roberta Michael Nov St ANTONEHEB.HA1TDCZ.
The crops or England have proved far relieve many; but they are men who must Sugars, Wine &c. nov 12 I Iftl, hint, lru ptl1e. Fay F B Reynolds will -

abundant than had been anticipated, be. go in sPite of fate.FRIDAY.. 1000 Good Hides All of which they offer on accommodating terms iher Min Landonia Kodee JobaRamney For Boston. -

pure NOV 1 P. M. immediately for which the highest and at their usual low prices. Fisher Jacob Benj W "
The fast
,cj at-east a fair average crop.iereccotcold This has been a icry gloomy day again. be paid. GAMBLE & REID. JAMES E. BROOME& Co. Frtelove George Rsgiii JohnRobinaon v'1A superior sad sailing will brig bare,tjakkdesp *-
Jordan master
Tallahassee, Nor 12 Tallahassee, Nor. 9, 1839. 1SL! Fenoby John AUxander
weather has maturially af.il'Ced Money very scarce mid upprehensiorsof im- Fuller Buckly) 8 Randolph Dr J H > \.. For freight or passage ap- ?ii.,

pending e\'II.- of which the Glut Western F LOUR.-50 bbls. and half bbls. superfine Brunswick and Florida Line. Fairbank Otis Ragland R C - plyto CaptooboardatSt..Xuk',9r "-

the health of our Southern cities. The wi'l bring intelligence-very prevalent Hew Flour, just receivi-d and fur sale by French T.J Richard Fortune to BETTON tf. FISHER. 1

state that the fever hasJrclf Tallahassee NOT 14 GAMBLE k REID. Fill Samuel P Reid Ann B Oct.19 Tallahasaee. f:
>ct Orleans papers Through tIe account I give you tif the as- .j;

: disappeared, and invite the speedy re. pect ol matters one day, may not gree wi'h A GENERAL en, Cast .rlnl.snortmenl Cro-kery of,Wood.Tin Glass .nd Ksrth-:Hard Felkel Folkel Jacob W J Sexon Steven Rev Rev Henry J 2 P.orJNew] York. l!

na of the citizens. Accounts from Mobile : those of I ihe prerefdiug day, this mist not Wuro, freih from the mannfaclurers, be bad Gerkins R S. Sparkmaa Henry t The brig MEOUNTICOOK. eo n.pered ;
and!cgusta are of a similar character. Our astonish you. My accounts must naturally at the lows-fit market puce, at the store ofl'altahaasepNov )HIS new and superior line Unowop ming for Graham John Scott AI Sr 6 and copper fastened May. :

vary a! times do. The packet: ship have all 12 GAMBLE & REID. use, carrying the Great Florida Mail, formerly Hoister N P Sander. WHO master will commence loading ,oa l'f'i;
csens continue to enjoy their former inter. sailed the London sent by the Alligator Route. HopkiraJHHaoier Shaw Elijah Monday. For freight or passage a{>- .
rJP1ed good health. pickrt I'hiladt-Ipliia, Valuable 1 ands tit Auction.N Schedule commencing the 26th of Nov. Charles Sellon Mary Dianna ply to TAFT ALEXANDER 0 !

with Joseph Honpparte.'tmi .-uite.I ( WED. E DA Y, the 27lh intlt. I shall srtl Harley J F C Stephens Wm H Oct 19 St.Ma k*. '-

The late elections in the city of New York I haviaic i Ilu amount of specie 't, at Public Auction that Valuable Tract of Leaves Mobile,Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays Hawkins CharUe Sander Joshua ".,,
hi Lund situate about miles of at 4 P. M., connecting in Mobile Bay with Hamner W H Sheir ASlroraan and Savannah.T. 1
Augustus For Charleston
they : vn on hoard. The P'lil'"It-lphi! .t IM* I two went TaIalvaee1and J
h tare resulted in the success of the Van Bu. the New Orleans Steamer when they are in season.Arrive .
$13 DM the ha I. known as Fort St. Loum cuntainin 720 a res HomeCatharine Jacob .. EXIT Sesan :
England 300; .mil .is I at Apalachicola and Tallahassee, Wednesday e clipper brie
CB party by a majority of 1841 votes. Thir. more or It!. This tract of Land has the bolder Hall John Tom kin* John 3 master half of her freight BOW ready. 1
mentioned ,
'oterch iliHavrpack I Erie *, Fridays and Sundays and II Charleston Fri.
*prin ttet\tn Buren members have been returned $1,603 Sums to trifling til it ii uuiild n'..tbe and quality of soil, it is not surpassed by any day, Sundays and Tuesday at night. Time, in Harrison Wilson Thomas Mark S -For freight HOLT or passage It MILLER apply to j1 11

v/fte/ Lcgidature.] Last \ear the city was worth' \\hili., to ni'-sni! MI th in, wi-r' it nut Hituation III the Territory. favorable weather New 3 1-2 days from Mobile, and 4diyifrom Host Mimi' M Thompson H C Oct 19 St. Marks. t
Orleans Charleston and the
!,resealed by whig members. to shw that the llurojican (1r-l1IllId f ir siien Terns.-10 per ceut of the jmrrhase money cash, Steam Boat to to Johnson Capt J B 2 TIII..m James R '';
eje rr,.i ia'up in 3 cqiut annual imtalm>>nts. wili ihtcrl Wilmington Johnson GCS VanuvierZP4Wilaoti NOTICE. '...
i-pd. The I'litlcifl ,
( Ijihia; IM; I t-i t from rale--Notrn payal.le in Bank with 2 Postage and Fare. Johnson Wm Wm .6. LLJPersons are:hereby forwarn d from

Judge P'.ed. President of the Convention .It"; 1 1300( InnrU fliinr; llnEn:.:Lind 4.000 prayed rn.Jorl.lfrll Bond for t.tlrs: on tie lalll pay.ap- Mobile to Pcn.acola, $10 Jones Absalom Watson George Jfi. fi>r a certain not of hand drawn by tn'i'i'i'IDf .

;ir the formation of a State Constitution, has b"irr,'N. Intuit I.finf made will be furni.hrd grit-". Mobile to ApuUchicoU, 20 Judge John Wliorton George ch*el Wiggins, favor Allen Faircloth, for $ .

Jhis proclamation, announcing the ac.tceof Th"rf" W'IS not niii''h d"n in (ttr.jrrn Kx1 II. J. HACKLEY Mobile to Tullahafiroe, 26 50 Kezcr John Aigjfini Michael dated 5th of June 1839,and payable! lit.J&ft.1840. .
T4tlasauuec) N.v 14. 1839 2t Auct'r. Mobile to Charleston, CSTallaliaRnte Kelly George A Walla Thomas C Sep 20 139 2t ALLEN B WALKER. _.
1 hang- I' fi, tire 't- sjiV'J.! Som .
the constitution the of e park ** 1
by people to Brunswick, 26 60( KennedDavid White Thomas
"'Ie Territor. fin .11 s.ili-s WT' mule! ,.f frs *i f 540. Mules at Auction. Tallahassee Charlelen, 38 50 King Elizabeth Weekly ThomasWbilaker NOTICE. :

Th" Ciii hun iiinrk'M iuti'cU. nt a .tandnotlii be i old to the iii?heiit bidder, on Satur Tallshacsce to St Augurtine, 37 Lamder Littleton C Mary James Loclermafn, of St.Marks U hereby appointed '
GZWSTEWART, Esq. has been appointed g l.'iiig; \ rih tii.tsie.| The'ry lutletli the 2Sd irnl. Seven Work Mue.! in.. Forward deck passengers half price in the SteamBoats Local Nelly Woodward Jonathan my agent fur all matter of knsioasa' datIng ,

has In eo.,l order. R. J. HACKLEY. through to take outride eats on tile stage I Leonard Thomas II W hit taker Richard my absence from the Territory. .
it sold h ln-i-n
trextof en ut t des hue If
i a Idp.
the Pence for the fourth District ( Dr.F. S.BE.4TTIE. :
.. TslUhswee, Nov 14, 1839. 2t and meals ai'thp. second table when required. Levy Roberlakcr: Matthew T -
tat County of Leon. Passengers taking tickets through, and proceed Living ColPerrons Whitaker Jaa A Tallahassee Sept 16 1839. tf __ 1
are again lowi r. U. S. n'Hlk Virginia State Lottery, ing regulatly with the linc.are subject to no charge I Yent Alexander .

reported death of Ex.Presidcnt Jack. I shares.closed nt the hccmid hoard 6oJ 30 CZar 6, 1839. whatever fur Meals, Porterage, or any neccwiry calling for any of the above letters will TALLAHASSEE EXCHANGE.NTLBMEN .

Hay:; ami) Del.iuare and! Hudson nt 48|: PRIZES. accommodation.The pleae cay advertised LG.SFiRCY.P.M.FURNITURE. ( of the City and.Country a e ,
| B prmes to be incorrect. 1 of $30,000 Hotels-in Brunswick and Tallahassee are of 'U' informed .that this F.at.ablial..nt is now ._

K-iitucky 64 a 65}; Illinois 51; Ca Hun 1" superior orderOn the Stave' Road, (to pUll opened for the.Winter. and prepared to lecomiao. .

S.VM JONES. Company 22.S..utben 10,000 which retires but 36 hour,) he Proprietors havi dale customers ia good style and at the sboitest :.:

Toe professions of regret which this In. Exclauig. 8 nogr'at change; but 1" 6,000 provided Eating Houses, under.the charge of wel!1 notice.

. :bad expressed, for the murder of Carloo. on Philadelphia the di
both on dr.iI is nod Bank 1" 4,000 comfortable and neatly cervcd Meals./ half past one o'clock daily- those.wishing to dia. .
ircbie: have passed away like a "summer nlltPI. This a desirable route for ladie., and will be i between the hours of two and fire can also be ac.f,

wad," and ta the place of having delivered Another Indian war seems to be brewingon 1"" 2,500 still more so, wh.n an intended accommodation I: commodated 4.'*.

?the murderers, as agreed upon, we find our western frontier. Gen Arbuckie I 1 2,000 stage avoiding night travelling i ia established. Oysters Beef & Venison Steaks.
tend organizing a scheme for the destruc- is I" 1,700 Two commodious Coaches can be sent at a I Morton Coops, Ham dk Eggs, Boiled "

making preparations on a scale which 25" 1,000 lime i Tue Stages.nd Horse cannot be surpassei .-The subscriber kai just recei Eggs Turkey Dacks & CbJck- .4

ofFort Launderdale: and which, happily shows the extent of his apprehensions. A 25" 500 or. a"yliDt in tbe Union. '1 he Steamers wi% the selection fashionable furniture ens and Fresa Salmon pat np lathe .,

tthe prudence of its officer, Lieut. Tomp coalition among the savage tribes on the I 28" 300 Cheai>eaken aad "Southerner" on the .Itlaetie, wood ware etc. consisting ehnrfly of .English market,.Pickled 1obSter -' -.

,would have: been fully accomplished. border would assemble 20,000'amors.. and the "Champion" and "Kingston"on the Gull, Maliogmny*.idc boards ete. I.short whatever eonsUUtee a.roed
IU'.w 200" 200 are selected as safe ana boats-but whenever the Sofa Card Table table and serves to please and satisfy the eplcnre .r
as its operation was; it has heen suf. Quere ? If the Executive with all the for. Bureau, .
family: demoniac Tickets $10, shares in proportion. Prizes paidon weather is too stormy off the coast all the trip on Secretaries JJockinj Chairs, I leaf tables .111 be co'lltantll.bpt in our. Larder, and served
for to exhibit their unabated' ces of government, and the expenditure of presentation at this office. Sales will positively the Atlanticand part on the Gulf, will! be made bj Portable sinks work (tables at a moMents warning, at any,hoar of the day or .,

Lr* blood, and settle, forever, all ques. 820,000,000, cannot conquer 2000 Seminoles close ou Wednesday, the 20in inst. perfectly safe inland passages. Grecian wash viand, ni ht. ., '

xaatother sincerity for peace, and thee < in a six years war, how much money. how Nov 16, 183g. WM. WILSON. The Proprietor, ownii.g the Line throughout, Chair of all descriptions high desk stools' The BAR i iu well stocked uith the choicest .

Macy for any policy intended for : much time, and bow many men will be wanted will be able to pteserve the connections with unwonted Wi How wagon, mat,painted taba, WINES LIQUORS SEG\RS. We haTe only .
to to friends call and give us trial.
DR. M'I1TYUEI certainty. Wash of all size say our a
er subjugation' short of the most retaliat. to quell 20,000 Cherokees Osages, Pa,,. board,measures Oct. 2G tf WILLAMS & LLOYD. 'Jf'
'NFORMS! the citizens of Tallahassee and tlaA This Line connects on tbe trips leaving Mobileon Brooms, elr. etc. etc. .
Sam Jones, it is net yet as. !. ness Creeks and Cumanches.The aDjoining country, that he has located himselfin Tuesdayand Tallahassee on Wednesday. with All of which be offer I"* for cash only. ..;.

[waned, was of the party who fired upon this city, for the purpose of practicing Dental a steamer from Brunswick to 51.Augustine. Thereare Nov2 3t GEORGE "GRANT SHERIFF'S' SALE. 1

Tompkins men-he having gone as Devil to Pay.-This phrase .doubless Surgery, and has taken tli. room formerly occupied moreover two and generally three boats a week -U--- BY rirt>ie of two writs of Fiera Faciasiesoed.' ;
fcidto Caloosabalchie in order obtain in by Dr. Cross, adjoining the Saloon of the from Brunswick to SU Marys, Black Creek &. morns DuldeaaUs. ..f thr Superior Court of the )I..dJe' :3
to originated a printing office on some Saturday
District .f Fio'iJa for the county of Leon and V -
Hotel. thus forming an expeditious pleasant commanication -
fee City 150,000
pnraica whom he stated had escaped night's settlement of weekly and me dircrtrd. v> wtich Maitland Kennedy & Co.
wages. Dr. M. u prepared to d> every variety of workin between East Wet..Florida.
the attack made on the trading house. "John," says the publisher to the book the line of hU profesnion and offers his services! Ordinary baggage taken without charge, and CUTTINGS of this valuable Tree may be had and UiMiam Manor for the'a1e'of Wi'ham C.

h5 nay lie a ruse on his part, tn order toIflJld keeper "how stands the cash account?"- to the citizens of Leon Comity. moderate charges made for extra baggage. early at the Subscriber' rrsidmceun Taylor & Co. are plaintiffs and Samuel u. Do .

the ell-mcrited which Small balance hand sir "Let's He may be found at his office at all hoars of the Brunswick, Nov. 3d, 1839-nor 9 the Witblochoor.b,,in Hamilton County, vat U deU-ndanU/ I have levied pon 'and shall
punishment on
see, on lb. road from Slonticello to the Suw. nnec sell at public alic-ion: for cash-to the h&bcrt bidder
must follow, for this second act of of treach. rejoined the publisber, "how far will that go dill. nov 16 tf MULLET. Springs. The Plants may be had from old Tree. within Ir-gal 1 hours and in front of the Court .

.tOU3 murder, uuder all I the semblances of a towards satisfying the hands." John beginsto DR. WILLIAM B. hAY WARD will be warranted of the mot approved kind, and a House door in T.ll.1hauce. CIA Monday llie 25th -

.Jrtect peace. On the demand made by Col. figure arithmetically ; so much to Typus, his professional services to the cili- THE Subscribers have on consignment a few genuine article.. 1000 Roots may be.1.. '..ad.A. I! day November nex'-'':> lot or parcel of land

"a?, that he should deliver much to Sticks OFFERS T_ItaliaiiM and the adjoining country. CHOICE MULLET, pickled this eea KOSSET1EC. "lying and beinj in luc -ounly ofLeon knwp inditcfignated :
1 up Ahosepa. so so much to Grubble, and He has taken the Office on Monroe street opposite boll, for sale low for cash. RosieUcr' Ferry, Nov CUt, 1339-tlrtJ.n as the N<>rih'wr t quarter of secfioa.

.J am IOOhadjo! Chikika Billy Bowlegs, so on through a dozen dittos. The publish 4be store of Messrs. Kerr / Kirksey. TAFT ALEXANDER.St. liz, Township one, Ri:,ge one East-al, a Ne- -
Land for Sale.
co. Striped Beavor, and 14 others, er stand aghast. "Here is not money enoughby TalLahassee. Nov 16J Marks, Nov. 6, 1839 3t Thomas County ero man named Eb oeUJ', (otherwise callcti.Ebb)
)lie dealt ,,HE Subscriber offer all hi. Laud in ThO.
with at levied the of said and
\ aa
pleasure he "No sir and beside upon pioperty
readilv ac- jugeful. there is .
eded. and entered into A PROCLAMATION. Strayed Stolen M. mas County, Ga. for ale,being S240 acres, R HI be sold to satisfy said writ* aecoVmz >o law.
the measure as the devil to situated Lot .
one pay. as follow vix, 1 490 acres joining
A FISHERSheriff.By
tTER a careful examination of the rotes returned the 27th nit.
CeddueXhn>Hbi" approbation of tL FROM TALLAHASSEE. oa a tbeShannonville Lot 1250 acm oa the r,>ad from James D. SiiS.Tallalnrsee
tome, I hereby proclaim and declare Sotrel Horse with a white streak in Dairy
,' Fall of Great Florence Thomisville to Bainbridge, 5 mile from the former
his a Bridge.-Tbe
sincere desire 23 1839't
that the Constitution adopted by the Convention his face, and lost one Jay who will Oct.
close eye. 300 of which in
:.a d-tnd oftbe "'ar. The Appointed time (Ala.) Gazette says that the great Bridge, lately held at St. Joseph, has been approved and deliter said Horse, or give information where be. and 100 place acres of acre it new (round are with a cultivation comfortable Notice.

UWal, eXCuses Were abun- recently erected over the Tennessee, at Mus.cle ratified by the People of Florida. may be found to the Subscriber living near the house and outbuildings, being well watered Plat of Township Two Range Five North'
for hu of Shoals and which Given under my ',.nd.t 3u Aojtifline of Fierida will be liberally rewarded. Any infor. THE
want Oclockney
fidelity in complying was nearly two milesin I with many beaaliful spr'mgs.in a healthy location, East \all -nishedlotbiaOce on the ,
r ith October in
thix ,
fell down tbe 6th inst. thirl.6r.1 day tbele.r mation left/ at the office of the Floridian will be 500 acre prime Land fit for in.xt. R. J. H A CKLET
engagements. On the 27th of Sep. length, on with a hundred and thirty-nine. psat usage. Sib ,Register.
,nber, Chitto Tustenugge (the one whom tremendous crash. Mr. J. R. HENRY, its eighlecq ROBERT UAYMOND REID, thankfully Nov 6th,received.1839. 3t DAVID WILLIS. Also 8 half aere Lets ia the town or Thomas- TaUahUllCf, Oct. 16th.-tt,
'ci. Matomb, yule, all in one square with a comfortable house
k1 made a treaty with,) Catcha. projector, was on the Bridge at the time. President oflhu Convention lately in session at I and oat building This boas lisa been used many For Sale. -

Okee Hadjo invited Licut. He was thrown off but not seriously injured. St. Joseph. nov I 16rcrTbe Hay's Liniment, yean as a public house having 14 bed rooms A VALUABLE PJantaMoa ia the forks of Odloekonee >

na ID command of Fort Launderdale newspapers wf the Territory are re- A CERTAIN CURE for the following dutreesJfi. attached to it. IL and Little Rirers Gadsdeo county. .

o : a Lc play, at the old MARRIED. qoextcd to insert the above. ing complaints, established j ia New ..YorkaDduled Good bargains will be given on accommodating containing: 1200 urN above high water.' Per -

4t! miles pickets, dis. LAND FOB SALE. in our principal Hospitals and by eminent terms. The Town Property will bo sold separata .mi.which will be accommodating, apply'to W.-'

fort.I1ro. from the site of the pre. On the 7th inst. by Rrr. It. B. Kvr Mr. J. Ja TRACT of Land consisting of 1286 Medical men, with the greatest possible success fiom the land required. Any person wishing. O. Ken on the premise*,or to the sabscrrbar at.
invitation however e'1bl, to Min Mary Ann Findarri, boib of Leon A aerm in the complaints. 1JvrL. r D- L- KENAN.39tf .-
cepted "as' not in the centre of' the La Fayette Township, (externalr! ) following purchase ia requested to call and exatnioa the Rocky -

1IIu ; and they became very solicitous County. and about 4 miles from TallahsMee. It consinU For lb. Pile11'ihtue in the chest, premises. LEWIS A. THOMAS. April20'93 -

< conimT visit them by Our die is now c. of the 9th and 16th Sections of that TowD.bip.which For all Dropsy, I especially in children. Nov 4 1m '.J OTJCE.- All persona indebted to lbs estate..,

4&'U.Wella8Lieut-: I -Tlie Ruticon'upast"- lie contiguous for their whole length, and Tender Feet, Foul Ukers of th. legs, J. of William Gasaowaj deed late ef Leoa tan.
Unit. And the wide world's before os Bride;
my : Sore threat Cancers or other fungus sores, RECEIVED by COCMAN ft HALL
form of 1 2 mi' Three-fourths of by tosaaka immediate
teaary' an oblong by JUST are rcqMstecl parafeataadtauea ,
w order ty
to Lave "a dance. Tbrn with cheerful hurtVo'U arrivals from
I however obstinate tbenoutbalarraiscwt. '
ulcers or
3Org; section 9 consists of first rate hammock, and the or h.viegdsanda mil presaql them .dalf-vat*
R kina !!i negro interpreter, and privates \ act well our part, whole of it is of the beat quality. Il has been Croup, long standing, meat of Dry Goods Groceries and Hardware, tested ferstltlameatla T. :EYKOLDS} .
Nor rear betide !
7y, uo Company K. 3d A rtiI. aught that may n' pronounced by competent judges to be one of the Whooping Cough, Fresh Wounds consisting Nov 2 ,Ad.ar.
ere On the 7tb inst. by Ui. Rer. Mr. Goodman Mr. Blue black, brown mixt and dish broad
tt .permmed to g, and with orders best sections in U.st fertile and valuable lown hip There are many thousand rcrtificatee of thi green .
'TP'n- Joseph G. Belief Leon County to Mis Agne" and authentic character of rloths. Tile TaHabassec Hale L-.aCea7
long becnt. Section 16 is generally good oak and liicko! land, most respectable many
?icket On reaching the Wolf daof liter of Stephen Wolf of Jefferson Co. portions of it of a superior quality, and y of the which may be examined where the article ia sold. Plain and fancy ribbed easaimen, of all colon.. OPEN .D'MONDAY."tBlBOiaa ,at
George haJJO. snapped his rifle at external and for Blue, black,mul and eol'd satlinctte.. WILL Houee: tbr PoC MBeei'*AetM
character of soil, which has been pr vcd tn be It is used aa an application many opposUa '
theQ imtflediately' fell! into the river, DIED.On best adapted to the production of full crops of fine other complaints enumerated ia the wrapper is 5 cases nfTO keraey 'osoil acconaiodations have aot.been provided .

cle.4 The'Y. 6nnB commenced from the cotton. From the facility fleering Ibis last sec considered remarkably effective bat for the Piles Welsh 3 bales pius dimet and plaid .flannel al present,"thV Pupil*';will h'u- *tctad.tafirnieci' -
er the the 9lb UUlI. at her residence nesr use 0-1 lion it may be made very soon available as a it has no equal I, and the agenU are uow bound to canton Ll eir own.dt'ftb aDd teats. ..The scholastic year
lecurrdterpre, swam UP stream lockonee, after a short illncn. Mr*. Miry, wife of I IClpt. plantation.The refund ia all caerwhera it does not cure.L. 3.1-44 1-4 and 5'' 1-4 bleached and brown dome will bo divided into four:*easmaav. 'each of eteren. -.

}1Dg wEb h'hf Imong the mangroves. J.nlelVilJitl, sgcd about 27 year Bne tract is well ..terrd.hni"r a large stream M. Comstoc k Co. Proprietora. For sale by *tic*.. : week a :'0 -

iter.hilst lee but partially out of the was a kind and affectionate mother, a food fiwrnd, running through it, in a healthful section of the BO7 RANDOLPH If LEWIS.Administrator English, and Venetian carpeting. Terms. ,.per sesaion'indeKTdJg Rom reat"payaalr
the Superior l-t and 5 I 2 for eildo.Eaglwh '
C process of search was be. and l.it.'Jly esteemed by her friends and acquaso.tanre.wtie country and lording( beautiful situations fur a ia'adraflcoOrtnograpat .
5de for th alnoiL iablahws Notice. and Br** ela rug ,mat Ae. and Reading' J g CO ,
bodies of himself have sustained an urr-j>* residence.: .
v'opkw and thelbade bj this dispensation tif au all WIM Prorid i.cDiMoIoUon .. : The terms will be liberal. App'y to THOMAS persona baviajf claim* again the Estate Super light and dark fancy print The above,with Wrftiasr and'Antametle, !t M'
llaslia and detain '
}hi i Wsy down though mortally wound. -- ] H. HAGNKR, Etc TaIUhas.ee, or to the Sub- ALL John Garmon deceased, late ef Leun Co. aad eot'd.up.chatty dnjwe.Blk The .ho e".itJa'G. mai''.r .*'
tLc river, nud Boyce ,.;' authenticated History ': r. I 1 oftrjOTbe
: of Co-Partneralalp.- cribcr. THOMAS RANDAJ.L.Nov16,1819. are requested to present 1IJ1 Plain ?
cad barJ Cambrics.JaeeoaeUate. -
cram *
ireDPr& "'as drowned ; no marks orthe Subscribers hsve this day dwotred their.. within tbe time prescribed by law. :ThoecledebUed .: aboW wita GrckaudLatln.snd. : '.gexu. .&* ",

fl day found. on hi. bod}',on ita reco. THE in business: Mr. Joseph Dow. NOTICE. to Uie..Estate BENJAMIN are requested M.to'GROSSMAN.Tollahas make iatmedialepayment. Linens tawns glove, hosiery,etc., eraUJterature,,' / -V *. .19.00 9QTFreaebfcrsexsioB 'J- Ju -

The Indians were out. is full authorised to r4os tnt tceoants.rtbe individual who borrowed bucket of .5.bad* brown .- "
lad Uof a ***,Nov.5, :. ,A.dmlnia&r.tor.l. sugar.4boxeswbi.d. .w ;;; ELwELLAk.. ...
II Chtlto.Tultenuggo upbraidedmanoer CDuerr aud will conduct hutine* under bin own THE and Brush from the. Subscriber, at the ; '. ". Nov 11 :. : .1(
the __ .__ .
: JO-EI'II DOWLINO.EUVVAitn the 5 hk $loaf do. '0.
.oleut their nan*. Capitol Sqisre. is requested tn return Bucket t -: .
L-e-.b t 1d tbeD at \ RUTJCKS.Tallalis aad Bruab, nothing will be charged for the Paint, .Wor Beat 30 bile sperm RD... :&a O-1 .t\"ftJt i '.

lIotitbee they abculd have .ee. 12ih N or. 1539. 4t not U *; JA8. M-KENNY. THE DWELLING HOUSE .lately oecapied 30 )hag old Java coSee. tL'gto boyraflha itr.JN ia.ibOI ._ 'J '<

IIJd tJJ had Comrnt"oced dan. P. O.Hays decected, eoataiaiaf 4 food .2pipoomapsreogbaudy. Y y' or.gP,1 Viekfucl .'Ti t:1W.: kup. ." ": ":

frtloud 14L up tbem. The women PIATVTEB'I HOTEL. NOTICE ; rooms;. on, UM premises (Her .ba good .it1..; 3 ptpaw sneer cbampagtM ditto.." Bsoka,bItdis'tknw 1&wteeet'his .1 :
I'eJOIctDp at the > IX WEEK* mfter data applieaUon win'be tor(fowai,carriage kooa*,"aiablea,Ac; there are 1 old Jam Raa; .. li".t..ipWri'.: 11 '._i.. ft
eCtbe.flterpreteT pposed The SuWiiHcr Ittfonns the ..O"1ie S_Bade to the Hooorabl Judge ol Madi--Co. 4 lots ttUcbod,.Mitabl. 1e for fardacw. 4. 'Apply lOLbrKEdo' ; ha. t _"tE ';
udere in 'that he lias takes lite abof.w1f fc/> warstakliftnmer.U tiui_tab of G. W. HUTCHINS.' hp6appestlbE.M. I9I .
attL 18 fit perfect a I 1 Cvart.for kttrl.CsdmiflistrtiODon c to. 10 hIs whiskeyJtaapbarry. Markerte 'It' aBOL''A5( t..t"1. se- .
4t 10' rtreacb I 1 apd U know 6t\tnf\ it John lA"er" .C e.tdeen& :DO r 3t, .lemon and sunaparilla tyrapfc ,. 't
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...Torzpkliia becoming "ann. ."I.t. M.UrD IhI_cioiat'vt aa4 MARTHA LUGroan,' I.r 'Madeira, tad twrt wnyt.. . ; _.' tjft1' .
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.*b' pleasar*. of UiQsa.rJM i ara ti! pn 'd .to fir him c4AILON For Sole : ck- -' "
nce of haa mea Lie t. Jh..f ? : B.T&cANp.. \ Soda, wbe I t E'" ;: CHINA' GLASS WjRgi'1.. ..
. (btir m"t< ro.' -. ) .& jsaa..4 _. ; .dor".t ,
.. witbhilboataDdLi.ut.T; tbt fOSIrnDd J.4. -., ABOUT .X a.U8 MULTICAUUS "L mp, ..L &ENCU1eForhjt C 1'tC_ $.
4 '' Tbs Hoo e ia eoaunodiiooii S-: '. ',*-. S&zflyed, 4 I IWUI dt..TRgtL- tarin*;.ppl7, te;Mr: sate, ,A". j&lJia -crab-ps., !. '4 i\f-r '

proc eded up th e Hrcr; diof*nod. -and the tails,trill M rtncUf attocatodtof : M ora.tioI..r!I;. AUt. &Piaher.UlVrttU Editfth. n. aridiaa/artor" .' ., .f. ,eMIt...1154 stAi. m ; .J. ..tJ ., ..<8t. 4: ;":
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n4ed. B .. Gt'd1 bf.rd.' ; 4Uuil brOi .: I i" left'biadqp r.tsrua County Till No_*.1839.ONC ,' and end t4 i 'Z.tJl': 1- \ 't .tr.a .
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.LEGAL NQTICES.JTotlcc. r ftL ;lPROFE. 'Ai" "TlCJ:8 r; S- 'CenTABL 9s 8:.f: ,"" fJ li lq "i" : ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD!
: S .- T J F 'wkLL Hamilton ._ilberafpoinUd,WAtgbef"Cotl.J, '
--T bo>oldllla! County-Site, of THE ntlC,aboro Reward will b for1'
'given lh. .
:. ROBERT w.. WHlT ,.vf f i -: ff Co.- on the fint Saturday tforem-7 ; of an an l palsied at the 'Ml aM- .": prshension and' of 4 \ IClo -
lodgement THOMAS
Q IX: week. after date, 1 shall apply to lb. Judge bet ion of.the ,Legislative; Council respectfully 7.
next, within the ,osaal Lours1 uf rile Forty .
1 5 of the county Court dfLeon for Letters.f Ad. &Lwre7 business arid Conncellof ;at 1a. ; acres 4 land, port or Jeff< Wing the S.'W. Qr.of A; rm. the public that' he,is prepared to weigh.Cot TUTEN South Carolinaof in any One secure Hundred prioft1in and the State"or Dollars : :&
ministration tho EUlata oTThntnw Bennett.' ; entrmted to aim will DO cVre- : either in thii at the Railroad .- Fifty
on' ALL the N. W. Q: of fpeibn' 28 in .Township! i 2 and ton city or ,Depot for hit dcliveVy to'moat Cootawbatchie. Gillisonville.
HENRY BOND Ud promptly attended to. Office'ad.loining levied Hi* scales are nunufciored'at Uio.larae place .as or ;S
Range l2 ; oa.aa.tha of Amo !J. S
r I property in the State aPove mentioned. .
j that of rhe' Deseriptioo
Sept. 28 1839.61 pr JOHN ARGYLE. floridian.r Thomas, to salief/sundry. executions'in favor olJamca.B. those used_by, the United Slatea.generally! and 'I S.
Yooteo is about 5 inches
iefetencep-WjIlian feet 8 or 10 high -
P. of
Devil ,
TallahtWfe. likewise the weigher'of cotion in the
: TBLTOTICp..-Six we-kn afterdate,!',shall ipljr; W. H.!Brockenbrooih, Apalachicola I derson": .-' Bell.and the rheira of Edward M> lien- New York, and have been examtned",'"1'"the Inspector liui built pale faced upper tort teeth rotted out, uL9: id&CQmmlsslOu

J/l ,to the Judge of Hie count/ cogrl of JsfferoncooDty -. Chas. H. Dupont Quincy Fli.DAVIDS. Levy made by me, t9'June. 1839. of scales and weights oC nid city;and pror- !s.slow of speech, and. "whines a little in talking!
Term razae known Uw of sale.Aug .
for letter administration tho Oc. 1639 ua day and U about 21 Uro* blu satmel
on es- J6, tf ed correct. Price of weighing, 10 cents per bale. year.c.old. -- turn
late. Samuel Gilani Uto of said county deed. 24 ti ;Jl f .W.. BAoSETTCons'L D. M. SHEFFIELD' Weigher of Cotton. dress*Coat, bine homespun pantaloons. and white

Nor t THOS ROSS. WALKER, The.Plats of Tallah.iMce.Oct.-12 I 1839. tf hat. Tutea was pat. in Jail ;in Coosawhatehic, SALE
4rTORJ.YEY AT LAW Fractional Townihip one ofRange eight S and W. South Carolina under a charge of negro stealing 'S
NOTICE. Fractional Township Iwo of Sand W. NOTICE. and was released on Sunday night last, the 6th
Cange eight
SIX weeks after date 1 shall cpply) (or IP tier? WILL practice io tho Courts of the Middle District Fractional Township three Rnngo eight Sand WFncti.onal ALL persons are hereby notified, that Richard October Instant .by some one unknown. He is 1 OME four weeks 1'fl'U'ED-; '
administration the of T. of Florida. tfi, office is the first to the ri ht Cole and Caroline his wift Car.
npon efctate John room ; Township three Af Range nine S anti W formerly supposed to hare.rid Jen'oft a.dark bay or brown K3 Mare, nod small
: Ilinson, de .ed. late of Leon county to the over J B. Bull'siiore.inTcllihaJssee.wherehemay Fractional Township Four .f Range: nine S and W ohnc Murray widow Alexander Murray,late horse of tlie ordinary me, s*ring-halt in one hind her face, and long uJl-no Sorrtl K

Honorable! Jvd'fl of !tho Cuunty Court of Leon always be found. Fractional Township seven of Range twelve &W Jefferson county, deceased, have this day filed l Ice. HENRY GOETTEE, i colkcted-they-both pa

county. ARTHUR C. W. QHISSETT WIJL1AftJ, 11. RANDOLPH, I Fractional Township one of Range eight Nand W. their petition in the Superior Court of said county Oct 19-1m Sheriff Beaufort ) tTicf. S. C. be paid for their deli trot. A
Oct 1639. 6w scUin ery-or c
5. Fractional the estate both real and personal of -
and Township( two of Range ejghLi and W they may be found ,
Attorney Connscflor' at Law Township three said Alexander R. Murray. and praying that the Notice. ,u appIica
ofRange IVortn and We
eight si.
NOTICE. Talldhasse Florida. dower of said be allottedto on the 3rd inst. a man aged TAFT
Caroline in the negro
Township of same may up
one Range five North and East. TAKEN St. Marks
!\X weeks alter date, application will! be mad? Office 2J clow: Octr.17, 1339.
in the t\cw Court House. Township one of 'six North and her according to the act concerning dower. years, complexion, says his .
Range and East
: to the Hon. Judge of the County Court ofLoon Jan. IS. 1839 23-0"- Tonnthip two"of( J. McCANTS, name is Edmond and belongs to .Bryant Groom.jThe T'IlE iubCtjbri
Range six North and East I have
werefurnished '
County, for Letters of Administration on f Sep.28, 1839. 3m Solicitor for Petitioner. owner is requested to come forward, prove jny
JOHN to the Registers Office. superfine floor.
0V S Tallahassee
the Ea'ale ol Eli Lesicr decea d. J. R L E on charge and take him KEaR kin
property. pay away. lahaer!
the 21st
Oct. 12. 1839. WILLIAM t C. LESTER.SIX Notary public, mstanL I Couiinission House New Orleans. TallahasseeOct5 It .1 E IURRIS, C 11I Aug. 1Q, 18.
Tallahassee Florida R J. IIACKLEY, Register.Tallahis LONG & GR1VOT I
week afterdate I will apply to his h-nor -_. .---- .. e. Aur. 26, li339.JLtTIEU'S themselves nl ,New Orleans Quincy Male & Female Academies. NOTICE. -

Judge of the Coart of Leon County, for Notice, flAVEctaLlihed of Commission Business examination of the Pupils in these Semina i DURING, my absence from'rIle.t '
letter of administration the Estate f Win. IIOS. II. VALe at Law informs OIN'J'MEN'r.A.N I, AN B. Honghton win
on S. will ,
the 18th of
commence on
T effectual and solicit the of their friends and the Monday l .al'
friend cnre for Tetter, Ring-worm and patronage ly authorized Agent. .
Porter deceased. his and citizens of Madi.
W M. generally
P. qORl\fAti.
and five
Nov. 10 o'
all cutaneous public to which they pledge their best services.Arr.17 days beginning at
eruptions. Prepared only by Sept 23 IS33.
oct25 son County, that lie has determined to locate him. clock each Dr.C B'
Jacob Ratier 35 tf day I
Baltimore. For sale
self perminently' in the cnuing Fall, at the HP\v by lUMBER
17 tf Parents and Guardians of Pupil*. and the public FOIL S
Notice.IX fur a..2' RANDOLPH LEWIS.L. OTICE. !
seat, the his
county parpoFcof pursuing profes
generally are respectfully invited to attend. 100,000
IX weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon. sin II C Shingles,
informs his
!! ii. CARLTON, subscriber friends and the publi The Schools will be continued the enduing 80.000 Yellow Pine
b; the County Court of Leon Cour.ty. for letter Circumstance require him to be.absent from the Merchant Tailor. .u <", that he has purchased the entire stock in j, under tho direction of Mr. and Mrs Edmunds year, assisted 40,000 White d. *

administration. on the Estate of Robert Humphreys Territory until October next, but any. business 7'OULU respectfully inform the citiz-ns of trade of Duv AL & HCTCIIIXS, and the business will|I by four experienced Teachers. For sale by

late *said County deceased. which may be entrusted to him. during his absence, hereafter be continued in his own name in Ihe Slime St. Marks HOLT till
1'1 Tallahassee) and its vicinity, that he has Mr. Edmonds has devoted thirty years to hi* aid Port te n.
oct6 Ct BENJAMIN W. GIUSENotice. wi'l' be attended tn by W m. M. Randolph store occupied by them. He returns hi* thanks tc:
elCq. returned from New York with a fre h snpply of profession in tho Southern .tate",.nd has removed -

Tallahassee July 4,-tfI _ Cloths Cafsinirres and Y e tin,*. of the newest the public for the liberal encouragement he has rercieil to Florida, with the intention of locating him GALLIGIIAN'SFEVER VEGETABLl
and !
he solicitcs
'MIX weeks after dale I uliall apply to the lion. >r. A. MTUANDOLPIlHAVLM1 ilylc and the finest fabric which he pledges to a continuance of the same: s permanently, in the healthy and moral town I AND AGVCpI.

-. ) nrable Judge of thn County Court pf Leon lo-Atcd Inmscl! T3I1aha see. o<*. those that call on him to have made up in the He.ha> on hand and wi'l continue to keep a genera I ] of Quincy. I A certain and lasting cure loriQ ,
for letters of profe<,ior.il-ernrcs hiv newest fashion. To the as* rtmcnt of such goods a< ore necc}>s.iry for the C. H. DUPONT .L SL sale by
County administration on tho c late to public. j'3cse gay end fastidious town and trade. He invites all Sc(. B.T. O. A.
,h:,'. of\\'iJlilunll. Rudc((, leceascd. He is to be found nt the office of Dr. J. II. Ran.doth Ihe Su'jecribcr has employed! It. R. Pillyrim, who liaveoiitsMndm country those who Qoincv. Oct. 12. 1039. 61 RANDOLPH ti
Monroe ; accounts previous to Id33, to eal! Taliahisree. April 14,1338. .'
t JOHN FOuLENSBCE. Street.Mjr2ra will give his undivided attention to the Culling and settle Iheame. Ordtrsfiom tile
er.untrywill I Ihe STRAYEDINTO
TgIubacre. Oct 5, 1839. 6wNOTICE. 4 2LEGAL Den ar I mcii t.Tallahassee.
, 1 .. punctually attended (lA, and goods furnished at NOTICE
.Ii the
NOTICE. Oct. COlh, 1569. Enclosures of the Sub, !cnberTHREC I
I the lowest market f.nce. 1 Horse with the fore- A LL persons indebted t. toe
Bay star in fimof
: week after date I shall apply to Thomas Baltiell and Walker Anderson Attorneys TERRITORY FLORIDA The hi;'hcst prices given for nil kinds of country L Byrd .V Co., *,
SIX thp Judge at Law will practice in 31 D. ? fr bend h ; I Bay Marc, 1 white foot; 1 I'oncy rich tail or t. Boj miH B,0 -
the County Court of Jefferson for copartnership in thr fur Leon prcHi.ce. ALfCX. FORMV DUVAL. eel tha: they have
Superior Court removed
County. J star in. forehead white foot. The owner i is re frelD AI.
Courts of the Counties ,
of .
Letter of Superior Jefferson, Lion Tallaha, April 23, 183S. 38-tf ,h*
Administration o. the u'll.dminilltertd H untinKton. k ; e, n Store\licIukie.ud
Elwell"J to call and take .
queued them
Gadrdcn Franklin Calhoun and pay charge: away roes j at
tstatf Jackson i
of James ,.an* call
Iialdccd.Iato! of raid Merchants immediately! and
& .
Connly. in the court Appeals at TallaharFCc.Addrws Coparti er pliTs j P. H. SWAIM&Co. O t J 19 3lrtOAH H. THOMPSON. pay their notes uj,
Ocr 19, IS33. WAI. as desirous .
BUD U. vs I In Attachment, they are uf settling
NOTICE of Thomn Baltzcll, Apilachicola. Henry Butler Junes Aldrich amount claimed Commission, '1 ora 1 f'&For wardiz; Storage at Magnolia. soon a* po ible. BENjJiJIS ap ,

SIX week after date I .haI! apply to the judge Address. '13.of l9.-tf Walker Anderson, Tatlahasaseo..11mb Merchants Sf Copartners using I $616 with inl'st MKUCIIAiNTS, DAXJEI. LAUD and continues! to carry on the ': ica"nki o .i1Ig.10-3m BUn
Bn this
r'i Forwarding at
the County Cuurt of Leon fur the lIamll &: firm of Bulltr & I
t: letters county Notice. And General Dealers in Dry Goods plicc.; The facilities'! for shipping( Produce from I Tallahassee
administration Aldrich.
on the estate of John To- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS &e. I '
. !ley, dcea ed. late of Leon county. ij-ThIF. Subscriber having erected n STEAMS The defendants and nil otSiers interested, arclirrel'V P. II. SV.'AIM, { St. .MarksERASTUS lhi- piare are eqvial tolhose of any plain on the i ;:.i' lIh Fatabiuhment: is now l UId.p (

Oct. 16. IC89. RIChARD GRIFFIN. MILL at his pla-e, two an< a half miles East of notified tlf the ctituti-'ii of this suit and I river, and the price for storing Cotton especiallymuch : fiUcrible' expense for the S'ise

. -----Notice." --. <- Tallahassee, will be ready at nil tinus to supply arc required to cme and p'ead: and defend as is re COMBS.'S lower coming Season by Messrs. WiUimli .
and Altai THEY D. L. keeps ron.'antly on hand Groceries Pro i are nowprcpircd
with Lumber those wiio; favor Ian quired by 1 law. toaccommodite
t IX weeks may TWl'fttJ
. h after dte application will be made storage of cotton and merrlniidiscaiil I .
Domicile Genii.
aral! ( holeale ve '
with application. JOHN G. GAMBLE.han.athjn 17 Dry jo< ds. % or men Day boar"
( 4m
TII03. B for
to the aug LTZELLntt'y
Judge ol the will attention
County Court for the pay particular to receiving forwarding. I. n tail, f rash Snacks
or dute .
'. : June 21.lSW. 6-if --- ------ r country prf bonl! Oft 12: Soups. Dinners
county of Leon, for letters ',f a
the ,lltc Timothy M'CartyIate o! said cpun- WILLIAM R. inCKLEY, S.\I.E. port in the United Stale They hive c.'nstatIon I (:OI'JIAti\, nis'.t.! The Rc'taarat it tat, bed nnMlJt.
I' ty, deceased. Attorney at Late hand a lirge and cjttenfiv assortment of Goods : tsaat!,
ARTIST Hh! pnrate; boxes mlicre: the !loy
i Yaltnhe? Mtnatrd Monroe f" ef'n
Pioperty on !
A. M. ALEXANDER. TALLAHASSEE Kloridn.OTicc THAT of all description, which they will seil low in lot Is Me* and ",in tab Ir
ELIZABETH at the S'"lhrc t orner tlf Washtnjrton to suit: for ;Ii At the Old Academy nnildin Ci. can enjoy tfat_',,
purcha'eri ca!
McCARTY or credit. .
approved Ii ill
! / up stsirs in the Old Land Office, corner of is offered The 'OPMAN would remind his tricnt'sand c"narai-nre :,\\.doNd'S1 err
St. Mark!. Ot.. 3, 1&9. 6wNotirc. quaio at privitc Me. They hnpi b ,' a strict and prompt alt .ti., to the, I t"aIH. .. .J
k i" Monroe. s reel and Watliin l-n Square. j nllilin: ?s ar nt m<>s iii < rniriieil! liv. Air. Davis interests of th"o patrons, tiiat h'!! stay in TallahaKsee! I Iwll dmrin/ otll-ali Water Oysters ia nml

j Q IX wek4erd.ito I ulia!. Lands lor sale on a long: Credit. I Confectiner, Kntwls & Hutehin) i ;*. a.' the Wa'ch-; to merit a continuance enlrusliny of the business liberal t. their rare ll} iiitt bo frolonjred to a much Uur period an(I I Iild % 'ilk cvrry other delicacy tile seven.11ITdt.|
;:' I of the Court .) apply to the Judge THE SnbMnbfr: offer* nt private ale the fol I imn PrintingOficc: the U. S. Clmrtcr Mater. J. patronageheretofore w- .. advise those! who nmy wish their Portrait; 1 J- G. WILIIU

" ':: : ofVJdminwlration County pfl the ,oii t'a.County for leiters -. lowing Tral'III of Lni don a credit of five ye'lr!, viz: Ceo. & I':. Ln.etlitrr"r. and J. A. Berlhcloite.Etq. St. Marks enjo, j'at.} e .30 1S33. 26tf taken to give him .In early call. Mr. C. nt the _ausr_30_tf_ J. R. LLOTD.

; zicr deceived.Tallali on e e Simon '. Lot :o. 2. 4 ff 5 in frar.I. : 31 T 2 R" 7 N&W The: .situili n fin iiusiiie'i ison'* .>f th* most' cli. _-- : arne tirn', w-jii'd! take o cI .iln t" rxpre his ncknoiviid A Plantation & Land
? LotNn.I 1 oC 2 ilEj f'lbleilllhc City. Apply to WM. P. 1)UVL, Nolle*. I ,ements for the IJht'ulluppert given him 880 Arrrs of or

,- 1. > *re QI9jt? ____JOHN___SHAW.__ EJ .NWi: & r.\ SW! 4 6 11 Nov. 10 14 II .| Alt in fact of Dr. Clu& Hai-e I T liE Co-Partnership I.eieofoie rTisiin i : in the by th- citizens of T Iiaka; >5ce and its vicmtj and To,'n.hip one. Range land two.Iir.: in Los
NOTICES EJ & S\\1 15 6 I II ------------- name olSTIWAP.TRXP.I", leindi wc-uII'P.l'C! i | !ed to lute iheiri, call and examine the lands of Cat.
: Months after SlA WW Fresh Garden Seed 'solveil! by the death of the srnioi 'ar.ner, nil I his Letter and Major t.
date I hall 14 6 'fiallcry of PaintiJ.s.'
SIX present a-- 11 '
5I) c'rarcil
.I" needed, a fresh I. t of Gmlcn See.l persons indebted to t'ic! first 'cd to make acrL.s and unJer good rvpain
and voucher!, and the Hon. NWJ 11 6 11 JUST are requr s ; I arH't I offi--e is open from 9 oMock A M to 3: the '
Judge ofthe County Court of arlyto for a sr.! 3G: 1 5 f&.f: of the growth o' I8J< For sale immediate settlement, and all having claims will l: o'clock P 31.Ta'lhaee. on premises a dwelling Home nip
discharge from the Si by E- BARNARD.Jr.T [ please present the amc. I : Hun, Stabf. Gin h iue. Screw and.!it
of the estate of 31 1 6 Oct. 10.18J9.lf.
.. :. Hector I xx.1 IP,deceased, late of said SJ .t El NWi 32 1 6 d Ilahaw* e. 13th Her. &J.'. Drutgist. E.B4RNRD.Jr.Sunivinj: Partner.LNTENIU.M'S 1 ry btnWing Any Ff'rliClr. wishing ti
c county. ---- TaVa'ia.ec .1 I4lt3.J : : CHINA & Gl.A.-S \\ 4kE can ciamin' the Land.and b, calir
: Sept 7, las.: .\ JENNKT :. E& Xl4! X Fl Sri t. c Piano Forte J'tIu..ic. I iy 49 if_ I i.1 1 :
1.8LI RCNf brother, J-L. \ iccrswho! nil!
H CbinaTeaand Dinner *fe'ls Wines4.r. stow tii
'. F'It: I_ SEi 2 ,
SALKat :
I 1-2 5 the Jewelry Store of Me-sr- OFFICE: ITALLIHSEC I
the t..d a.iJ
NOTICE. < t'lthorl'led
FOR F..rs.c'.y W. //. .FUANCIS.Ti'la1 to contra't forllnaTeroisonc
" .'., IX \[o tb. after date, I Mill ac- F.1 NE & EN.V4. ; Ht: IS 2 5 :".& Nui'7. foimer'y J (icranhn. MAT I 10, |I3.11N ; :. J I : !'afp Jan I 12. 1S.T? S.Sif: a..j twoycar".
K5 counts and vouchcrx and present my "4 8W4 JL H" sq 7 2 6 purfuan of an order rll.,1 |I.v ihp 1'ity J.MESJ.Y1
for ilinmix- .0 ltE.
: I lion from the 1dliu1.trtiul of the apply estate a of Kcdar Waj.&Wff hI'j IJ i: 18 2 6 Plantation ';i't Shell Point, Council of Taliah.t'.ce, the owners of all! unimproved I' Carriage A: Harness ?Iakiiij Tl.onas'e. An?. 15. l. tf

Vann deceased.Sej NJ U'J SE4 15 1 7 S THE ocujticd by Sir*. A lot, ill the limit of the rorpnration of !tYTHEsubs. rjberhnun. enjjajetl the s..rn j! _

H, 1833 6m HfWACEVANN U. i. IIACKLEY. ii.liii Forr 'stir, is aflered for rent the'ensuing Tall ht, ee, are hereby notified, that if the undergrowth I'res (It zKil'l.il Carriage am iian''-< .MiKer.ironihe DISSOLtTIOX.T' .

; Adm'rofKfdar'andec'd. TdlalltIlI'Cf'.Sep. 5, J833. If I I For lern.II and further inthcr on said !ot!,flUCI. as bushes, %weed, \.. are i I'I Nort'i.' oris'rave' toir/jrm his fflt'nal1'! the II E Coparlner.lul' h.crttofsesexjtjs.

.-... --- ---. Negroes yrar.information apply to not removed before the lilt of next June the pal i j j I puMic that a'.I 1 orders for repairs &.(..hdltepti..ctually 1 the firm ofVaddcl, Randolph! 4.
x otI ;. at Auction. bushes, weed, &1. shall be removed by the Corporation I'i and neitlv ixecuted.SathlIery tlJif, day dii>sol;.(l br mutu {contat.
: : 1ITlLL be Cold to I lie R. II. BERRY
bidder ,
highest Saturday
months after on -
/ SIX date I thall present my ac 9 Y the 20-lf at the oxpence of the owners of lot*. 'J ho j Work Done. W. \V. WADS

COllt and vourhcrs and! apply to the. honora Tnrre Ninth day of Novrmber next, __On_ ____ ----S -4____ o. ._ said undergrowth, bu.hes, weed, &<*. being de- J It. CLARK 5 J. II.: RA5I

F.: ble Judge of the County Court 01 Leon county for liberal likely .NegroMcn, all acclimated and young, BLA KS. fiirnrt a nnij.rkfA _A nit.. the_ dli".n._u.__.. _n pa._ .|I>..PA'_|., Tn'Mmw., It\- 5. le3 :9.1. ( Il C. LEWIie.
on a -
credit. -
a discharge from the adipiniMtrationof the e.tat of T"I1..hallsee (R. J. HACK Y. .6. General A sortmmt ot Blanks printed no required that their bitrk yards be invent every Saturday : CAUSE OF BILIOUS T..nlb "ec.-. .\1:1\111839- .
24. I 1833
(,. i Charles, Gavin," eled,11'e of said county. -- 2t_ c! (;ood paper for sale at Ihi*Office. morning, and tlint he iiw-cepicigs be put ina rI'JlI' A MODE OF CURE.-A well I Tb. buMifvt wail be conUauedly tluw
.4 II. II. WALKER. CABINET - Justices Executions, Blank Deeds, box or barrel on the edge of the street, so that and proportionate quantity of bile regulated hen. u"d'r DIP linn of KanJoJpb 4Lmj

:: t _July !4., 18 1.-61_Adminutrator, MAKING.ora E: subscriber. thankful: Summons, Bills of Sate, the corporation car' may rem-i>c the same during ot'imach i i" always requisite f. r the promotion upon ihe ofpound will aettc tIme t1mirs of Hie fom\CrlrtlleN.

; lTB Btibpccna. .'1110rn!}'. Declaration": the day. R. B. KER, Intendant. Health it stimulates 3.IL RANDOaugl7if
: C Administrator's Notice. f--_ ____ past favour Re'prctiful'Y Warrants Recom/nnces. dietion, and keep
Tallafa"ser.Tay 17-Cm.X LC.LEWItCliii.
: SIX months: alter dale I cliall; apply: to the iudn Lz-7: informs the citizens of the iclejlmal canal free from all ob iruelinns. On --_ .
&c. -
AAc.. '
I:::i: !the ornllllhuee and &c. A'FIir: .' ;'S IKk'I'I'l.._ the inferior surface of the liver i I'< --
County CourtofJetI'eron county for S vicinity that _- -- -- -- a peculiar blad ENGINEERINt.tflhllEsstbscriberhaving .
L' final settlement and duchargo from the admi'nitration I- he continues to carry on the CO-PAiTi'ERS' HIP. I TilE lubcnher takes the.herty of informing der, in w 'hich the Li'e !i. first preserved, bei-ig form- el.'aed for the

: of William! f. faylor, deceased, late of said 4 Cabinet Making bu.inca inall THE Subscribers. hu'e nt'-red into pnrinerihip l has frunds anJ the public generally that he H by :the' 1 Iyt'r:: from the blood Thence' it passe : J2 hi!;ngaclncnt.1S. ke'idl'1lCfII urI

I tounlr. its vanity at ibo old stand; the firm of| J. B. BULL &. CO, ai.d purrhapcd the IIouj-c lately known a! the into th* stomach and inte!tm? nnd rl"gurLe'f! the BnAi-.Aik siiJ florida Rail R.ia [,... *

DARIUS WILLIAMS j: of Bless and Ribolds opposite wi'l carry on the !"Q&in"'!'l flf MERCHANT TAILORS ; I -FLORIDA housE" Quincy "which under hhmperintcndancp lIIt1i cstion. Thus wr.m'eewtwn theru ia deficiency I services to !he pnMic in the following '

;: Am'r. of Win. F. T )'Iwr, dec'd. Col. rtt's Store, uhero he both ;ia this | late and the city of New, has undergone thorough rcf nirr. ofbmie the h(>dy i* constantly! costive. On the other III$; profession 5 :'LOcitinlO. and eonirsctiztl

June 8, 18 44 lit. will b'j h'ppy to receive orders from his friends and Arrangements 'h.it e ben made fnr a cnn- and in which ho is now ready to receive and cntcj hand, an ovrahundinee of b:Ic, ranges fieqiicntnaa Hoad.l C-)oal Aqnedncfr,, and'Terapdz

-- --. the public generally. Sidcboirls I Bureau's and furniture slant :riit l full supply of C'lotliK, C*iere'=, Vesting I. lain, to the be!t of h 19 ability, all who may fav
'.. NUTICI. of every description, ma'lc in a fashionable and *, etc. and a large iorimpit (-f I R'aily Mud him. with their pitron'r. I I I vere aKaiks of .hiscasc! which! soir.ctimcs, cell in trueiion in rivers, &'. designing u4

r.. SIX monthlsfc dltu .hal apply to the Judge I j HiVtantii! manner, and on reasonable trrmf, and f'lothing.Od tiny arc now piepire'l! to arcommoIntc To those! who know hinti, deemit nnn %cc!!i death. in:: Bri !;'s, Mill dams. Marine: Raiti !

Court C.d"dlm County, .I 11,0 hopes by i-irict attention to business to merit their customer !n'l) the puhlir, in any article ry to make pronmimes with regard to the manner i iwhidl L r Fevers are always prcredeil! by ymplomofa disordered Dock and other Hydraulic wori CI'IP.I

1 ..: be dicch'argvd frn the adnnnintration if the CE. and re cue a .liberal share oflho patronage ef the called (or in theirl;no. Ona' of the partnerMr.. the lIou-e will! be kept. To all other. hr stomach ; a" art a'lio vcrotuNiis, disorde, many ye.,* upf'rie'ee U principaIAe1iiV'**

t:...: !I late of R. //. Grave, dec'd of said county. public.! Waile, residing in N'.w York, will enltllc ihtm I t<) ban only to K.IV cal: and judge for yonrfelvl'! aa' I and all Fji'ipithclic! functional organic or febrile I late ce eba tc
.: CUA3. II. AUtiTIN.Adm. JACOB BLESS.N. xccute all orders f.rumIly ami on the most rtaionnbleterms. :L as .you find him, liO i pcak of him. I di"ease*. From the "line cmc1, tic! natural and \v>t'. great confidence IW tae .

:, 1fJ., lj-tf B. All ktii Jj furniture repaired on rel1l .. B. BULL, i I ISAAC !,\Tn2.. healthy action fir the heart: and the woIl.E.II- age of the public.

. ... LEON; -- ----- abo! trrmo.Tallalwsec. on.1! I1EMIY WAOr.,1 Quincy. Avril! 3 ;-lf lar i=y>tei.: ii impaired and reduced below its natural Orders f>r nil! kiniJ* of Jthcmaliral n"LmiI"

;i StPEHIOn COURTIN Sept. 7th, 1 1833-If I, _-Talaha'.seeNev.-I--! -- IT.lfiP.S.: 15 I Ii Adniinititi-ator's Notice. fctandaj'! ; as exhibited in palpitations, |kognidpmI.e calculations Architecuri! J.ieIraings

TJrelus Uirge Corn jtaiiiant, Jnly,.jth, 1819; A TEAChER WANTED. i cn4iioi.ii: A:LL persons indcbttd in any way to Edmund iUef:! ,in torpors of the lnnbs.M, ncupe, and even death of pascaL Alacbiite, Map'! r.t

AQMNSTJames Te1tchca is wanted to tnkecharge of the Jef I R B. BULL, would inform his friend that he Gray deceased late of Jefferson county are culi.ir offen con'ive eqaerec of an "uverabniidance of a pe- will be attended! to, eitbrr by hrs.1fp'n"

,. Dirge. John S.Tsylor ."\ A fcrson Academy Monticello.. Thin Instil a- lias taken the above named cstablifhme.nl, heivby called upon to make immciHatd payment to The substance of hilliou to the digestive organs. by his: assistant.-Application J"yAhit: .*'

; I. Groen H: CSaires, [ lion is large and donriihing, ind from the heiilllii- formerly kept by Capl. Thomas Brown, where' he the aiiinmUtratur hereof: and all perilous having attindid approach decided disease i". at nil limes wit proirpt'y noticcJ.' S
would be glad at nil lime* to ae his demands against the will by symptoms of an exiting di" Refertu Co.S-! Thijer la'te rrcTpt.Point .l
Turn IVftr Chains, exocuj I lieu ofit kite bids fair to become moro so, under ol I friends and any same present them eased state of the
to irive them his heel attentions. without delay to the Ftomath and bowtIi.i. er with ; \p rfpmy.
of the Last the subscriberproperly .
tor Will and conduct and management of a skilful Teacher. attes'cd. tho
c TesVamenf of Drury Wilitm I *1 Trustees being disirtius advancing' its welfare TallJhati-ce June 22- 16-tf GEORGE %Y. 31ANDLEY, !o signs are known to point out their con. lIon., T. B. Kinj.l .rrl'sf_Bra1L"wlei 'f'l1.i

] ", dec'd, elly. ; I I I .:, and extending its influence will require from ---- v Sept. 28, 1C39 8t Administrator. tents tho to be of a morbid irritating nature; but when i T. Jackson. ESQ. Rb "'n & l rn R"L

Fetch llEFF! CA'I'TLE. -- ever alimentary canal happen, to be loaded Capt. .l. Parrls, Architect 4.Thomasville [JK.arer.BoItLB..
Hww. I any applicant the most unquestionable testimonials -- with
Oeftnd:1t. irritating matter, F. rERB
Sawyer Chile I clunctcr and The Trustees will TEf t. LAND FOR SALE. dcraigcm of the
rap.icity. prefer pnrcHj e yood REEF
-. .. Meade, Warren Icmbal. | t ; a Tcarhf who has had experience in his profc."jm. for which the hi-r-e T HE i=ub cnber offers for sale four thfii!and of healthy operation, either of the general system or ,Tho*.Co. O T3.
Edward C. I et *. and lux a family. Applications to the subiciibcr > &iven on application to county ofMad- result and when Notice.SIX .
|L B ,S.U. Robert W Ah- at Alonticcllo, wiil meet wiih attention.J. BROWN &, GALBRA1TH. i"UII, ailjoir.ing land of Tho*. J. Linton, F!}. These with ; other stala happens to be united : months after .!ate we jhaU apjlj

pm, J. Icwlter. L-Breuc- It' M CAiNTS.5rp2013.J9 TilIaIiassceJan: 2G 2Ftf l.an.l are of the first quality, and will be disposed always any" thereby symptom much of disease, it* effects are n. Tnrfrr die County Court U.G**

.; ter N, If Chairman U. T.TKltitlTOiCY D. AUS'I'I1CO.: tfin gross or in.lots to suit. purchasers. Persons organic obstruction M rravated.often The Drore of C only, for tetters of diran;sien'From tb.1IJII
k --- to so rapid as scarcely to
Wood and HVV'ord.It wishing iiirenane win can
( upon the subscriber ..
OF FLORIDA.JEFFCItSON 1OI70ULU inform the riuz'ni of Tl\lIaha.-c'c his admit of lime for the application of'nch aid i is Archibald Love t/f said Cftont1.1kc.
at Plantation
k in Leon u to
satitfado-y tat! the dp'rubnl county, or on Thomas J. GIL\ .
,, appearing: COUNTY COURT M. Y. ln,1: l vicinity, th.it th.: have: tnk. the be offered by urt, in THOS. U.
',. James J. Bir e, Bcs'y.! Filth. D. y n store Linton. I':>q. who is authorized: to dixpo e of the yet general, the premonitory LOVAug.
''iIhi! S. Davis ) n Jf.iin Sired, ).imcly D. of DANIEL
Attachment for $60vs occupied by C. U'ilsnn, same. Clear warrantee title symptoms gastric load arc perceptible for a
ileade will be
; Itd
: lloUl Sawyer Clite. -- made to .
Warren Kembill, Edward C. Rirbards. Isaac >damages $150. Iteturnablo Es>q ,\vhrrc they arc now oj ening a complete! asnorimeutof !er*. FREDERICK SCOTT.pur.cha day or two previous to the ,feverish paroxism a 10. 1S39-tfFURNITUBE.

H. Il.bertV., Aborn J. Brrwter Halitia Odll 1. )to September term Jn39. Rich WATCHES, Jewelry. Silver \Iicco"uk. 81'1't. 28, 1839. tf period when them ,t efficacious u.ishllce may be ..
n.lllett and Plated
AU persons concerned will take notice of the institution Ware, Cuilery' Fancy articles, &c. given by unloading time'stomicla and ,
L. Brewstcr Alfred Kcnthaw N. Weed If II. KIRKSET bare i'l:1(1
of which they offer on a? good terms NOTICE.fTJl canal of its KERR (
tho above suit attachment as they be irritating-content
by ; and the can *, and thus reducing :
Wted defendants. this cause rrndo i out of the for sale a 'large "W"10:
purchased in this HE
I Subscriber
defendant and country. the of dsoase.Moflat's
all interested being susceptibility .
are compelled by extreme
persons kDre
requestedto ter'l.
Territory of Florida, and in the United Stairs of Personal I turn on as''reasOna ble eref -
attention iven JL
and the declaration filed tn Watch repairing il! health to leave Florida for Life
: therefore appear plead to in this short time Medicines should: : always
: America; ll ; ordered that the said defendant which (groin to the public, consenting or
long has
cajte. M. C.1NT3- i experience they can assure die appointed Minor Walker Esq. his General i be taken in the early stages of billmu
;: answer the complain ants bill of complaint, public will be done fir I complaints; Sofas and sofa Bedsteads
*t.fllte Marshal and if
Sep. 12 1839. for manner. They Deputy and Col Augusts persevered in strictly
Atty. pUt Alston his according tho direction
on or before the expiration of (out months, or the flatter themselves that by given due attention io Ajei.U S. H. !, will positively effect a Bureaus,tidcbourds ande relarie,
tald bill will t e taken pr* eonfes, against ,the To Planters. bnsmess, with a desire to please, to receive a share June 10tr.rl'esh The mineral medicines oIt.rnpresctihed Centre card and extension tables

Hid deftDd..n It is f urt Iwr ordered that this SCREWS received tho Schooner of the public pnlrmiate. disease, in these Bedsteads Blatrtsses,
by although they effect
,crtioe. be published in the Florid ian, a paper IRON Hankey, from Baltimore, are now ready Tallahassee, November 17, IfIA.:! |If Groceries & Prov.lesions. cure, at the same time create may an a temporary Mahogany chain "

printed. in tho'citl' of Tallahassee, for the space fur delivery on tho paymentofthe same. Apply to 1JEW BALTIMORE JUST received from New Orleans, the bluod, and C'on! fucntiylend unhealthy to stale of Rocking nurse and children! ehai" "
,. r. : "fmonth. RICHARD G. WEI.LFORUTa1fa1IaI'ef' FLOUR, war. bbls. Loaf promote return SOLE ebua.U .
o' -- June 22 f T. II. BETTON. 11 ranted Sugar. of the very disease which ) assortsuentofthning
.Julf 6. 1839. Jerk sweet; Baltimore cured Hamx, Ba lii. 10 hhds. brown do, tksty are employed *rs, Ac.
tn is
Sides do cure, It (then by the of
more Lard Gushen use
Butter Dried S purgatives exclusively
For Sale, 150 bbN. Pork. : Tallahassee 'Aug 3. _
LEON SUPERIOR, COURT. Bologna Sausages. Sardines, Salmon formed vegetable compounds, which, .. __
NEGRO BOY. Enquire at this office assorted 25 hhds. Bacon Sides. posse -
H \ Attachment $216 82 A. Pickel!. Old Rye Whiskey, Apple Brandy Cham- "ing within'themJelvet no dclitcrioua airencicr FOR SALE.
Viuou Bank ot Florada June 8, lIiJ9. For sale cm reasonable slit
;., 'I ,. pun|' reap 84.1) ___ __ pagno Cider, 75 sacks Otf'ts, 95 kegs assorted Nails, DOWLING tvrms by which decomposition combination alteration can 'First rate ,Seal, PresS .
fc ,
.: s.;; A. I. Crane. S Zetureabk rail term Administrator' ,Notice. r fine cut chewing Tobacco 10 kept Dupont' best S Tallahawp. May 1839. RUTGERS. devclope or bring into action; and therefore capa- A tafts.. JJ.tj.I J.

1ngto. 18:.. ALL (tercous having claims against Ihe estate Powder. canisters do do, assorted Shot Bar 4.tf'JLtt1CiTOkg % bld producing no effect, save that which is desired I IIOLT.i

Tb defendants and all other are notified of the i Sylvauua Ellis, laic of. Leon county, dCc., Lead, Wider Strained Oil, Linseed Oil. White Ol1JEFFEUSON .J..OU1DA.. -that a safe rrmrdy i. round.'b .

-j. institution ofthis unit by atltchment and art re. ,, era hereby notified to prrxent the came lome..or to' Lt"lId. [ SUPERIOR CUUftT.M.D. ,Life Pills and Fhcnix Bitters have CITIZEN'S COFFEE BOJ

; .. S taired to appear and plsad Accordingly. T. R. Helton, E,q. Ttllahnssee, duly pmven within ) The undersigned are receiving the ntxivt wth a John M. Brookv. ) Attachment for S537.64V proved, to be. tho mos happy in their effects in cases ; iHE Subscriber hate opened "* ''III

.5 t tug 17 4m Wm. RANDOLPH, alt'y for i1ff's. the lime prescribed by law, and all 'pf.'tt.lnIlJn- variety of oilier articled, making their prevent assortment >damages *IOOO-RfturnaHalatia ot bilious d'l'ue" or any purely vegetable preparation I a mcnt io the Citfof 1"1110"--Capitor.sd lid'I

r debted to mid estate are hereby re<]iie lrd to make ( complete,by tho schooner Fulvia, from Odum. ) ble to November term 1839 ever offered to tile public If the stomach is ftlonrof street oppwto. the it

QIX months *\r date,, p}>licalion will be made immediate payment the sahsrriltrr living in Jef Baltimore, all of which u:>: bo sold low for cash.S All person* concerned will take notico of tho in. foul, they clean it by exciting ta throw off its Representative Hall. TheyP' d"

to the Honorable, the Judge of the County ferson county, FJa. MOSES ELLIS adm. D.:C. WILSON & CO. Flilulion of the above suit by attachment ; .and tbe contents r if rot. they pass to tho duodenum without coramodato the ciLizcim ia goOd &tIle.-keep a

: Cnrtof Gadsdsn Co..nI1ror a final setlle.inr and of Sylvanus EIIj,_. dec. Tallahassee, Sept. 23, .J. defendant anJ, all person interested aro required exciting vomiting or nausea in'tho stomach ; cnmmodaling terms intending Io Sa1fU'-- c(
t. 4isch&a gflooi.he ndiBinjutratonbip Francis A one 90-Rm S to Appear and plead to the declaration, filed in this stimulating the neighboring; vicero, as tho liver and ; Rut"urnl. lJrttdfd .l,Jrpromptly d dJ"

.. ., u.dec.'bte l ofsaid counl,. COACII'jtl..1KJNG. S casv. JM-C NTS. pancrasso as to p.-oduco a more copious flow of Oytlert &c.nerved op1 In-regular run..ri6
.. i. S ISAAC J.iRRATT tdmlnutrator. Adminlstrator'A NQUc .' I THE :Subscriber,- bey, leave;, to inform his _!. 12 18)9. 3m for plff. their. secretions into the inteslinco, stimulating the ru.rB flbed.. :.ThejBar I olWiDee-

.. S H Rlt'r, 6 1 JARRATT achniojitralri*. SIX tnnifths after date I rhall apply to' Ih.jl1d"'et I friends and'customers in general,' that he has rrl -_ Oih a tent capillaries: terminating in the ;inner cost well and carefully: selected aloe; .

.5 QlUDOl,Jply 10-tf tho County Court of Jefferson county for a1nal .. mofcJ his Conch Making: Establishment ASTRAY HOUSE.Taken up at my which incrCued.80w, of the useless pa nicies ftf quors. S t 11.

__ -- settlement and discharge from the adminislri.. from opposite' tho new.:Court House to a i > some weeks ago, a clusnut sorrel the ,body foreign mailers, or retained secretions, ; Intending (o pay every attention (0

ADHINlSTlt.TOR'S NOTICE. tion of hotnas G. Shehec' deceased. little' west of the Pit-ib)1 riid\Church-ol the SOU HORSE,)ivlth one hind fool white up to the fet are completely discharged.! lishment they eipeeflJoicII, Ji1AUtCP the p'
gi Ir: oiiUi. aft., date I shall l| preioijnyii.. MARY SHEHEE, administratrixa foot street t where'having'erected 'siiitable build lock' and him a small.whit? spot in the face. The own For sale by the public S .{ rArANT. .
er can by paying for this ., B
'e JoU, aad'yqoc"en, od apply to this Hon. 3,1839.:241 .Of T. O. Shehee. d"c'd. ioj-. employed A gaud set'of.workmen, abel .c"': tho the,advertisement RANDOLPH Se LEWIS. '

,Joif'.of j>oq CoontyCtuirt,for a final nttlemnnta : RICE.FORSaleSOTiercM .- ,., ed a tonpleU! ;awortment. materials I", will bi expences, applying S at JOHN Plantation .of Tallabas. June 29.:lf ; TllIaha e Oct.'12.1 -

a M fruRf lb*.Admialstfetioa' of |be M.awiuings : be.l Charleston. ,iCEat' the found business.icty't.with ue ute all I ortlers many branch of Pep. 23. J839. 3t 8 rai'es% east of Tallahassee ISLER; -'. KIKK\IANi-.5 AUE&NJTUY. & HA11MA., .ESrA.t1B4VT. '

,' JeI it Jf and.Wiley 8arbo.riL4 i' Leon, by. ..'. neatness' and despatch."' .Commission Merchants:.\i"\ Subsrber i iZfOf' pub/ie" ", '
;--. I't*.o/.Leon'Countr. Florida : '. .: .HOLT. -4-MILLER. N. D. 'Ilarnes S mad. nod' 'HJI in BERRY.. Leather Lime, and.Hair. S. tftvj 9rleans.S \ V ve 'purebred 'from.t .1J"JA.B1.Jt.WIII.wa'COIItin.e'the.IID
5 repaired tho best t ,
'nENJ.AMIN DYRD. lltjubC1iberl liarer constantly on hand a 'Reer'tn U.K. Call and Henry Bond.Jnn. t t.Mi.tenalld .ftxturOma er1. p
r- manner, M above.1 .- I CO5EatiagiHooe..m .
ri Arg. Ityi gqrflniJ .Mmaiitr. EJ..LIOT'S COH.1VVflE. : :u ,complete assortment LBATHER.suitable ..17 1819.: oOrJlt as-a .
1 lUff.
.5 5 .- .,_ _i-., .. r._.-.-_ T ; .D R..ELLIOTB PLASTER has ten use.1 with\ :. Sept,. 14 ,1B30, If.1 \ 'n' ?:. for Gin Bands, Harness, Carriage Top,'Boo's and ] TJi".i..le I1OP'tbeir d'thpreiursothr

h'ti r."lf. .;/ a. uncommon inceissAnJhe4rtfttas ,f .-. 4 GoatcDhoICJ"- -44---------' Shoes. &c._ .Alton" st..nt"QPpt'oUME >d S NOTICE : Lt..iodM &:aJ14ati.4'be 1
n"AaLt I ha 1 -it ietedttcbiesttpe'sededth. Ik Davics '' 'T -RANDOLPH/is'njy'anthonxedftgcnt i.41 Bat ZiIept
.J re tttt n.1.Coa. = .n{, 9r ,S .medt.(6rdleeor. rni." "' f OU1$1O.2iaiuuu4NTs. ; J forcoih/ocin' tn uehshgt.Jof hide,*At their ,Tie and attorney dorinjr my Absence from thq nanhly ,i tdec4 jwIt1a.Uuth'frrn .'Iq.

'it ., ,& -).VtIaot,sa4.' 41.chargp rjt.... Utanl', .A' (e. r icuIOl.wiJJ."ti"lr" =1 I REFr.i.f'7J"E ES..Jaq."fJ -tiEW OLILEJNS. ; Yard i. S BROwif ft'OALBRAITH. ; Territory. S TILATJN FRENCH: NJr1a D1. *n4reiflsL

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