The Florida watchman

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The Florida watchman
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Middle Fla
Knowles & Hutchins
Creation Date:
April 21, 1838
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 58 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in Feb. 1838; ceased in Feb. 1839.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 8 (Jan. 6, 1837 [i.e. 1838]).
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Preceded by:
Florida wathman and Tallahassee literary gazette
Succeeded by:
Tallahassee star

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-When we speak of simplicity, it were injus
ticeto, the names of the unknown bard, not ti
ifatroluec to notice a piece of former times, the
aullth6r of which has sailed dawn the current o
oblivion, but which it will be a merit in any
publication to be the medium of restoring.-
Earopean Magazin2.
The Orphana Boy.
Al'i! 'I a.n an orphan, Orphan Boy,
\Wi thought on earth to cheer my heart;
No father's love, no mother's joy,
N..i nor kind to take my part.
',ly lodging isthe cold, cold ground,
I eat thie bread of chirty ;
And when the kiss of love goes round,
Thiere is no kiss, alas, for me.
Yet once 1 ha:l a father d&ar,
A mnothr, too I won't to prize ;
With ready handI to wipe the tear,
If chan3'd the transient tear to rise.
But cause of tears was rarely found,
,For all my heart was youthful glee,
Atmlr-wheu tihe kiss of love went round,
How sweet a kiss there was fofiew..." :'
Bum ah!'there camn a war, they say;
-What is a war I cannot tell
The drums and fifes did sweetly play,
And loudly rang our village bell.
In truth it was a pretty sound
I thought-nor could I thence foresee,
That when the kiss of love went round,
There soon would be no kiss for me.
-t length the bell again did. ring,
T hfrewas a victory they said;
'Twas whit my fisher said he'd bring,
But, ah! it brought mny faithier dead.
My m*nther shrieked, her heart was woe,
,She clasped mi to her trembling knee :
0 God! that you may never know,
o -Now wild a kiss she gave to me !
But once again-but once again,
These lips a mother's kisses felt;
That once again-that once again,
The tale a heart of stone would melt.
'Twas when upon her death-bed laid,
(0 God! 0 God! that sight to see,)
"My child, my child," she feebly said,
And gave a parting kss to me.
So now I am an Orphan Boy,
Mith nought below my heart to cheer;
No mother's love, no father's joy,
No kin nor kind to wipe the tear.
My lodging is the cold, cold ground,
I eat the bread of charity ;
And when the kiss of love goes round,
There is, alas, no kiss for me.


A noble ship of six hundred tons was
on her outward. passage to India, with a
valuablee carg4 of specie and "American
go bs. Before doubling the cape a suspi-
cious looking vessel was discovered dead
to windward, under a press of canvass,
bearing down upon the Indiamin. The
experienced eye of the captain instantly
enabled him to determine that she was a
small, tight schooner, an acquaintance with
which was not desirable. Hie had a few
arms ; and although his crew were true as
steel, they could not contend with a well
armed pirate. The ship was therefore
pat away before the wind, and every rag
of canvass packed upon her that she could
bear. The eye of the captain rested 2or a
while upon hirs gallant crew, who collect-
ed, having entire confidence in his skill and
c)urage, and at last settled long and stead-
fastly up on the chase. She gains! she
gains! A ship has the advantage of a
small sharp craft with a floating sheet: but
yet she gains! The danger is pressing, is
imminent, and lo! a new and terrible ene-
my appears far to the leeward! a black
cloud rises slowly from the horizon, and
gives bat too surely an intimation of what
may be shortly apprehended. The ship
cannot shorten sail, for the chase will be
upon her, and the captain's plan was in-
stantly laid. Every man was ordered to
his post, the heavens grew more portentous
every moment but the pirate did not start
;a tack or sheet as the captain hoped lie
Would, and allow him to g-iin a little be-
fore the hurricane came. on. The wind
frbshens, the masts yield to the tremendous
pressure which they have to sustain, the
teeth of the stoutest seimen are set firm
in the apprehension that they will go by
the board. The steady eye of the captain
is fixed upon the gathering tornado. At
last it comes-the oecan in the distance is
white with foam, and he who was before
so quiet and unmoved, is now animated to
tremendous exertion. "'-Let go all fore and
.aft,?1.sung out clear and loud; clew up
.and elew down," lay aloft," were orders
-hichi followed each other in quick suc-
cess'.i,.iii wereas quickly obeyed. The
&lppih-; sails are rapidly secured, the wind
.Jp., tithe tornado is upon them taking them
back The ship falls of', she bends to the
-gale, until her yard arms are in the wave;
sh~begm's to move through the water with
a constantly accelerated motion.
.'V.he pirate, with the quickness of per-
ceptiou so common among men of their
class, instantly comprehended his advan-
tage. He was near two miles dead to lee-
ward of the Indiamran, which made great-
er headway under her bare poles than he
'did. The hurricane could not last long; he
would, therefore, be close on board of her
when it passed over, and she must then fall
an easy prey to him.
"( The captain of the noble merchantman
saw it all. There was but one fearful way
tf escape. He had a gallant and staunch
Nhp un Jl-r him ; she had not yet sprung a
Ap'ir,'nbr split a sail; he had an extreme-
Svai .1 tli'e cargo, and his men, he could
'n )t see strung up to the- yard.armrn, on the
-principle thiat "dead men tell no tales."
W therelbre set his topsail and close-reef-
g1 htm iain topsail, which urged his shiy
fhroat the water with great velocity.
Weo little black pIrate saw the plan, at-

William was a very pleasant boy and a
fine scholar. lie made as rapid progress
in his Latin as any one in school. One
afternoon I was at his father's house. We
were playing on the green in front of the
door. Williami's mother stepped upon the
door stone and called him. We were bu-
sily engaged in play with some other boys,
and William took no notice of his nmther's
call. After she had spoken several times,
hlie stopped a moment to hear what she had
to say.
"I want vou to carry this box to your
father," said his mother.
"But I don't want to go, mother."
"Well, you must go."
"But I'm playing, and I can't go."
"William, I tell you you must go, for
your father must have this immediately."
Just then one side of thie party who were
playing at ball had beaten the other. Wil-
liam heard the merry hurrah, and exclaim-
ing," Well I won't go," he ran eagerly off
to join the victors. I turned just in time
:to see how sad his mother looked as she
went into the house.
I felt so badly that I could not play. I
told the boys I believed.I must go home.
I walked away thinking of what my mo-
ther had told me. I thought I would al..
ways remembered William and see if lie
Perhaps it would have been better if
William's minother.had spoken more kindly
to him, but that was no excuse for him. But
I wanted to tell you what become of him.
Before he grew up hlie was taken very sick,
and after many years of great suffering lihe
The next boy was George. His mother
indulged him very much. She used to let
him do nearly as hie close, and anything
hlie wanted she was sure to do for him ; but
anything she wanted he was sure not to do
forher. In fact lie seemed to have much less
regard for his mother than for an older
scholar, who used to be a leader in all our
sports. He never minded any thing his
mother said to himn, and she might as well
have talked to the bushes in the garden as
to have asked him to go an errand. liHe
alwkvays acted as if he did not say, I don't
care for my mother."
George is dead too. He became dissi-
pated, lost his character, and died a miser-
able death.
Herbert was much like William and
George-worse if any thing. Hle not only
did not care for what his mother said, but
used to ridicule her before the other boys.
He used to do it to be sure in a good r-
mored way ; but, after all, it was quite op-
posed to the respect that was due to his
mother. And what do you suppose be-
came of Herbert? His end was more mis-
erable than that of William or George. I
shall not tell you exactly what became of
him, for it is a more dreadful story than I
love to relate. But I can never think of
him without remembering tthe text, Prov.
xxx, 17. "The eye that mocketh at his
fathers, and displeseth to obey his mother,
the ravens of the valley shall pick it out,
and the young eagles shall cat it."-Epis.

Political Prediction.-The followi;.g ele.
gant article is from the Pen of Dr. T'. N.
Caulkins. We feel assured it will prove high-
ly acceptable to our readers.
Our Country int 1887.-What will this un-
ion be fifty years from this day ? The cloud
by day, the pillar of fire by night, for the world
to follow in their march of civilization and re.
finement! The morning of 1887 will dawn
upon this nation doubled ia extent, with Mich.
igan and Iowa as the centre of civilization,
and the unbegotten States of Oregon, Mace-
don, Columbia, and Pacificus, stretching
along the Ocean, called the Pacific States,
with another of sisterhood lying along the
rocky mountains, by the name of the Middle
or Mountain States. What now are know
as the Western, will then receive the appella.
tion of the Eastern States; while the Wes.
tern will be those bordering on thie Pacific
Ocean. Fifty millions of freemen will look
upon that morn, and glory in the name yield-
ed by France, of the "-Great Nation." Splen-
did cities will then exist where now the In.
dian. the Lard of the dark forest around him,
lies down upon his copper face, dreaming of
the happy hunting grounds of his fathers, with
whom must soon dwell the whole human race.

tempted to make sail, but all would not do,
and lie saw that his only chance for safe
ty was, if possible, to elude the shock, a
the moment of the expected concussion
The ship came down upon him witi
terrific precision. Hard to port!" ech
oed the merchantman to his men. One tre
mendous crash-one wild, frantic shriei
of despair-and all was hushed in death.

Come, boys, here is a story for you.
want you all to come together and listen
I was a boy once, and I recollect a little
how boys feet. I am a man now, but
have had about as much to do with boys
as I have had with men. I suppose vou
all have a mother. What I want to tel
you now is, how you ought to behave to
your mother. When I was a boy no tall
er than you are, my minother used to tel
me that she never knew any one to pros
per who did not treat his mother well. She
said that when she was young, she knew
several children who did not honor their
mothers, and that they all came to a bad
There were several boys among my ac
quaintances whom I knew to have diso-
beyed and ill-treated their mothers. I
thought I would remember them, and sec
how they turned out in the world. I should
think it was as much as 15 years ago. I
will call these boys William, George and
Herbert. I remember them as distinctly
as though it were but yesterday. They
were my class-mates at school. I remem-
ober their mothers perfectly well, for many
a play afternoon I have spent at their lious

ing eve to heaven and call it all l;is own. Ie aown .esmae "nn wmm a te pleasure "The robbery if the RICH!" (the capitals Loss ofHonor.-I bad 4ra
He can gaze at the throne of God which n tIe w eorld." care not ours-)" the plunder of the weak*th, is the Twelfth) suffer tholos
once rocked with thunders and see no ter- So saying the duke also took is place of good and the estimable in order to d-c. which may be retrieved, ti
rors there. With lips trembling with grati- upon the fr. vat the filthcfl and dregs of ntankind f !-- honor, which never can.
tudc, and eyes suflused with tears, lie can Tre concluding part of the anecdote has Beantiful-instrueting classification of the
look up and call the Almighty God his fa- been plagairized, and applied toother peo- American people! We tell this Cunadian Never joiw with your fr
other, and the blessed Jesus his Saviour and pie, but the authenticity of our version may W/h" and hir Pittsburg Compeer that abuses his hor* or his wi
his brother. Standing on the summit of rld p- Quarterly R t' filth and dregs of mankind," are de- one is about to be sold, and
Pisgah, and stretching his eyes over his vew. termined to assert their rights, in despite ried.
inlheritence, he rejoices "with joy unspcak- of the denunciations of the purse Vroud
able and full of glory." This is the blessed From the Dtroit MIrning Post. shayer,.banker and stock-joblber. They Livery Soa!,le.,-A pac,
consequence of "increasing in tIhe knowl- "It costs a great deal to live."-A por 1hal.*Iru the burden long enough. They pay a five dollar bill for the c
edge of God." "Acquaint now thyself with mechanic of this city had a small bill a. hav&-',n the evils of the system which ing upset.
himn and be at peace; thereby good shall against a wealthy aristocrat residin not far has corrupted the morals of the country- V41
come unto thee."-Nat. Preacher. from Jefferson Avenue, and took the un- insinuated itself into the politics of the To find one wiro hav'"
pardonable liberty, on a certain day, to pre- country--destroyed by irredemnable, pa- life without refto yo3j
sent it. per the currency of the crauntry.-*-b now capable of I(ov of
Majesty of the Soul.-Man's soul is great- I can't pay it now-call again," said audaciouslyv aspires to control thbe overw6 s who hath i
er than his fortunes, there is majesty in a the gentleman as hie threw himself indolent- ment of the country ;-.and to miek all tri- and po t ht of- f
life that towers above the ruins that fall ly upon his crimson sofa. But," replied butar to it,. iill. They have sn this-.. no t yml .P ,04V
around its path. the mechanic, "I have recceic.d the harin; tic hiavV ftct --A--1 tt1 wtll -1 f it no 'r -M t

D, On that day a mere handful will be found ]in. From the New York Mirror. answer some ten or twelve times before, longer. WVhat It ft not e
gering on the borders of the greatdeep that A Moral tale for the Times.--A little I would not be so urgent, were it not that privileged monopolies are 1
,t must at length engulf them. Where will Frenchman loaned a merchant five thous- my wife and children are suffering for the -that their powers alra
Then be the Capitol of Michligan? In some and dollars when the times were good. He necessaries of life. Onlylet me have a to compel the State Goven
h inland city, near her centre, will its columns called at the counting house a few days dollar of it to get some bread." the universal and most fla
rise in magnifience and splendor. Branch-since, in a state of agitation not easily des. Very sorry-havn't a cent," leisurely of their charters-their
es of the University of Michigan will then be cribed., replied the voluptuary, as he dangled his city? Shall they boeei
flourishing aad imparting their cheering infi- How do you do?" inquired the mner- gold watch chain, and played with his mag- on the National Goverrime
ence in every county throughout the state.- chant ni'cent diamond inger ring: It costs one make that the instrument o
tyEach county will have prits temple of liber-and "Sick-very sick," replied monsieur, a great deal to live." people to submit to their
each town its temple of worship, and itss What's the matter ?" The furniture in that man's parlor Was short ar tho planters, farn
I numerous schools, the nurseries of freedom, "De times is de matte-." worth at least a thousand dollars, and to the country-its bone an
Instructed by well taught teachers. Then, "Detimnes !-what disease is that ?" thus gratify has ignoble vanity, lie permit- made the slaves of capital
Perhaps, the schoolmaster will be esteemed Do maladie vat breaks all the mer- ted a fellow being to starve. We detest capitalists,and money chan
I equal to the cook o-i a steamboat-a happy chands, very much." the doctrine of agrarianism most heartily ; to be insulted by being to
3 epoch in the march of human, improveme-nt. "Ah--the times, eh ?-well, they are but if ever the people should rise, en masse, "FILTH and DREGS-OV'
i Where then will be the Capital of the Union ? bad, very bad, sure enough ; but how do and pull down into the dust the aristocracy, If they submit to such a'v
1 Possibly ii the valley of the Mlississippi-St. they aflfct you ?' and establish upon their ruins this horrible a degrading domination, t
o Louis may be the favored spot, or even the Vy, monsieur, I lose de confidence." principle, the guilt would lie not at their deserve the'title. But thce
. unbroken wilderness still farther west. And In whom ?" door, but at the doors of thoso who are now mit.
1 where, alas, will then be the present citizens In every body." crincil oppressing them. Let those who
. of our great republic ? Then will Not me, I hope ?" aet the lordlings beware of a terrible, ru-. Power ofh Imainalio&.-
3 "Each in his narrow cell forever liid.:, Pardonnez mio, monsieur ; but I do not inous reaction. Let then remember that Dr. Cullen, of Edinburgh,
S The rude forefathers of the hainmlet slep." know who to trust at present, when all de the powzr--the perpetuity of this republic his lectures stated that in
r The present dwellers of the cirth will then mcirchands break several times, nil to pie- -depouds upon the men whom they are sometimes the cause of d
1 have ceased their bustle--but little space will ces. now haughtily trampling under their feet. of the students being desir
be held by them--a new race of men, our "i Then I presume you want your mo- the remarks of thcir'learn
Children and children's children, will then, ney ?" BANKING MANIA. the test of experience, Ic
manage the machiuery of the world. The "Oui, monsieur, I starve for want of l'ar- This is the age of banking, and men seem morning, expecting to fall
Above is not only the language of prophecy, gent." to be running inad about paper money.- wagoner who they knew
but that of rational education, from k.owl- "Can't you do without it ?" Never did any country present such aspec- Edinburg that day. They
Sedge of the past and present. Even the bold. No, monsieur, I must have hIim." tackle as ours. We have nearly 9 hundred selves so as to be at the di
est flights of the imagination, fifty years ago, You must ?" banks, none of which redeem their paper; a quarter of a mile from ea
1 could scarcely have been equal to the reality 'Oui, monsieur," said little dimity brec- and vet the cry is for more banks New The first on meeting til
Sof the present hour. And may heaven per- ches, turned pale with apprehension fobr the York is about establishing a new bank with him thus: "Jack, what is
mit us to continue our glorious career till all safety of his in :ey, a capital of thirty millions to compete with you? You seem very un
the nations of the earth are even as we are? And you can't do without it?" Mr. Blddle's bank. Similar schemes are "Unwell I" said he; "dci
S "._No, monsieur, not von other leetle mo- proposed in other Northern States. What ter wi' me I only wish I
S The Gra, 1'tYar:l.-The follow- ment longare." madness is this Men seem to have taken burg."
inmr beautiful and extracts from the The merchant reached his bank-book- up the opinion that money is to be made In a few minutes he wa
Village Grave Yard, written by Rev. Mr. ( drew a clhecck on the good old Chemiical for by stamping paper merely! Vhere is ond one, who with a very
SGreen wood, of Boston. ilthe amount, and handed it to his visitor. this extravagance to end ? \Who is to pay nance said-"Ecar me, Joe
1"I never sihun a grave yard. TIhe thought- Vat is dis, nmonsicur ?" the interest upon this enormous issue of you go abroad in such a si
Sful'melancholy which it impresses, is grate-I A check for jive thousand dollars,"vith bank notes? Who are thus to feed and look as pale as death."
fl rather than disagreeable to me. It' the interest." pamper the organized" moneyocracy"of the "I feel an unca pain in
gives me no pain to tread on the green roof "Is it b)n T" said the Frenuhmian within country ? Every sensible man must sec. Jock, "and aegin to be awfi
* of that mansion, whose chambers I must amazement. All the profits must come out of the hard ing along the road."
occupy so soon ; and I often wander from "Certainly." working laborer of the country. Agricul- He was asked a similar
Smy choice, to a place whore there is neith- Have you d l'argrent in tihe bank ?" turc must bear the whole of the enormous third. The poor fellow ns
er solitude nor society. Something human Yes." burden. Let tbche Planter and Farmer look lieve that lie was really ii
is there ; but the folly, the bustle, the van- And it is parfiaitment convenient to pay to it. felt sick at the stomach,anc
cities, the pretensions, the pride of hunmaii- do sum ?" The last Mississippi Argus informs us words, "ilka bane in his bc
ty are all gone. Undloubtedly. What astonishes you?" ; that the present hainking capital of that hlie could scarcely gang au
Mon are there:but the passionsarc hush- Vy, dat you have got liini in des i State,---sending only 2 members to Con- troth, he didna ken how
ed, and their spirits are still. Malevolence times." grss, mounts up toinore than sixty-two-heed."
has lost its power of harming; appetite is Oh, yes, and I have plenty more. I millions of dollars!! Why, if men go on He made shift, however,
satiated ; ambition lies low, and lust is cold; owe nothing that I cannot pay at a mo- at this rate, the nelt proceeds of the entire till he fell in with the fourth
anger has done raving; all disputes are meant's notice." Expoit Trade of t4e United Statea will he was the picture of death
ended; and revelry is over; the fellest an- The Frenchman was perplexed. uot pay the simple interest of the debt.- "You need na tell metL
imosityis deeply buried; and the most dan- Monsieur, you 6hall d' ic von lectl The Agrioultural labor of the country is "I fio' that I'm nalong far tt
gerous sins are safely confined to the thick- favor, cli ?" already charged with more than thirty mil- my heed !--Oh my back I!
ly piled clods of the valley ; vice is dumb With all my heart." lions of dollars per annuin or tho existing Oh do, mv gude master, Ic
and powerless, and virtue is waiting in si- Veil monsieur, you shall keep dc l'ar- debt due to the banks. Will not this sat- your arm and tak me into
lence for thie trump of the archaii'cnel, and ent for me some Icetl e year lonar." ifv the acnpidkity of the bankers and sha- shall bee by the side o'ithc
the voice of God. 4" \Vh I thought you'wante. It." vcrs? Must the entire land and labor of Jock was accordingly
----_ Tout at colntrairc. I no vant d& tar- the country be mortgaged to the banks, and ceived medical aid from t
Th/e knowece of God.-TThis knowl- gcnt--I vant de grand confidanee. Sup- its productive industry made to groan and skill he reposed the fullest
edge brings with it the greatest happiness. Pos you no got dte money, den I vant him sweat only to pamper the luxurious ease of was well on tbe ensuing dm
One direct view of God fills the soul withi ver -mnuch-suppose you got him, den I no the money-changers? If this fatal dc!u-
greater peace than the most splendid at- t vaht him at all. Vous comprene:, ch? sion be not arrested it must end in the at- Integrity is a great and
tainments in the surbordinate branches o(! After some further conference, tlIme little ter destruction of both Government and virtue. A man ofintegrity
divine knowledge--than tIne most cxten- Frenchman prevailed upo:i the minerchanit People. and a steady ma:i ; lie is to
sive acquaintance with t human scienten to retain the money, and left the counting And how is the effort to arrest it met? relied upon; no bribe can c
than all the glories of then world. Sich is house with a light heart and a countenance The country need not to be told. Thile cla- tear daunt him; his friend
the nature of God, and such is the nature -cry difi'rcnt from the one lie wore when mor against, and denunciation of the Sub- when he needshim minost4 his
of man, that nothing in heaven or earth ;he entered. His confidence was restored Treasury bill, will give the answer. Hear with danger, and lie congt
can fill thIe human soul with peace and joy, -and although lie did not stand in nicd what thie Toronto Patriot, a monarchical by constancy; as he cannot
and satisfy its immortal cravings, but the of the money., he wished to know that his paper in Canada, says of it. It is genuine to what lie dislikes, so he d
knowledge and enjoyment of God. This property was in safe hands. IViu" thunder-and we copy two par- in others.
is to be the happiness of heaven, because This little sktcht(1 has a moral, if the agraphs of a V/Wig" Editor as iutroduc- -
nothing greater can be provided fbr crea- reader has sagacity enough to find it out. tory. Curious Wafer.-A ma
turcs. When tile glories of God break tip- TiE LAST OF T"1i3 COCKED IIATS. But what will be said, when it appears laid a wager wiib another I
on the soul.peace descends upon it like "the that tlhe writer looks to timhe Sub-Trcasury the one-eyed pcrsonisuw
dew of Hermon ;" all its disturbing plis- ePri(e f Bi/'th.-The late Mr. Hluddle- scheme now before Congress as thie chief other. ''he wager was'ac
sions arc still ; it feels not the uneasiness stone was an amiable and accomplished instrument wlich is "to convulse and up- have lost,' says the first-'
of one unsatisfied desire,-God is in its g "entlemran, who believed himself to be lin- root society, to pl,n-'r and massacre the eves in your face, and you c
view,-God is its ,ortiou, and it is enough. call descended from Atheclstone, and con-I wca'th, and ekv,c.e the fiIth and dregs of ill mine.'#
It enjoys a peace which passeth all under- sequcntlv entitled to take precedence of all, mankind. Mark the prediction, reader;
standing. Bright are its mornings, calm its including the proudest nobles, who did not see how tb, eneieis of the country exult How it sounds.-A western
noons, and seree its nights. When tlce partake of the Blood Royal of the Hecpar- in the prospect of our national ruin! Hear was recently overheard by
ardent Peter cast an affectionate eye up- chv. Some of this cxoclcnt: person's cv- a British subject ou the Sub-Troasury she was addressing tier o'i
on tihe churches, he would breathe no wxish id encc bore a stron- rc,enmblance to those schelne the following heroic strain:
more fervent, than that "grace and peace" of the Scotehiman who, in pi oof of his own T'ile tact of one or two arsenals having "You Martha tVashingt
might be "multiplied unto them, through dcscnt from the admirable Crichton, was been broken in thie night, hy irresponsible this moment and mind An
the knowledge of God and of Jesu. o't' "vont to produce an ancient shirt, marked individuals who deserve the highest pun- and William Shakspear-
Lord." Lot the race of njin then J return "A. C in the tail, precsarved, hlie said, as ishnrent our laws can indict, is thug set Wellington helps Napoleonl
from their idle pursuit, and know tht te anlrencr-loom by the lainily. But Mr. Ilud- forth : that mud puddle ; and then
shortest and only road to happiness is dleseon was allowed to be undeniable cot- The STATE ARMS have been ub.- your daddy to-Jia l"l'._ .
found. HIere is tthe great secret discover- ruption of Athielstonie by many of tIle miost t soluteiv THIRUST BY TIlE STATE
'es, whiicr men have searched for in every distinguished amateur readers of Gwvylim; AUTHORITIES into the hands of the Good.-Thc royalists on
land, amd roved to seek in tire entds of te amongst others, by the late Duke of Nor- ,,UNEMPLOYED MECttANICS AND Vermont have been making
earth, folk, who was surlicientlv tenacious on sach STARVING I THOUSANDS," for what? an swear allegiance to the
These direct views of God, and none points. TIre two originals often met oter -aye, for wl'at ? Why, to plunder, if they Correspondentofthic Boston
but these, can bless the soul with "the lull a bottle, to discuss tIrc respective preten- could, tire Qunic of Englard of the &arra writing from Montpelicr,
assurance of hope." The lower exercises sions of tleir pedigrees, and on one of these das, and her subjects o? their possessions, ran against a snag in the pel
of religion cannot do it. Self-examination, occasions, when Mr. Hluddlestonc was This would have deferred thIe execution of Mountain Boy; he was a fan
wvithont these direct views, cannot do it. dining with the Duke, the discussion was tIre ultimate scheme for universal obberv tried, and, as one might inf<
But under these open views, tie Christain prolonged till the descendant of the Saxou of the RICH. But if ther" cannot-and it swer was yet in the "honey
is conscious of taking firm hold of God in kings Tairly rolled from his chair upon the is visible they CAN NOT-what then? asked to swear heistrnly rer
Christ, amd knows that there is not a phai- floor. Ole of the younger members of the Why, the starving thousands" must aid allegiance to Queen Victoi
tom in hisa embrace, but the very God of family hastened, bv the duke's desire to the Trc.asry scheme, and the Treasury i'irl;" I have sworn allegial
Israel. He sees him to be a solid rock, and re-establish him ; but he sturdily rcpeiled scheme must aid the starving thousands to man already, I shall not to
knows that he rests his soul on him and the proffered hand of the cadet, convulse and uproot society, to plswuder and see whether my wife is willi
cannot sink. lie is conscious of believing "Neve," Ie hiccupped out '"liali it be massacre the wcathy, and elevate the filth home, and if shc makes no c
in him, and trusts ii the divine word that said that the hleadof the Iouse of luddle- and dregs of mankind, on the recking ruins swear allegiance to all the (
lie shall be accepted, and enter imito the stonc w'as lifted from the ground by a youn- of all that is good and estimable. teiic." The rcraiontc w
heavenly kingdom.' His fbrmer hopes g-r branclr of tle house of Howard. Adrirable sentiments for an English ----
which arose from tender meltings of soul, "Well my good old friend," said the good Ministerial Jouanah I Fine thunder fur A- A Mrs. Ravne, in Ohio,
were feeble and wavering; but now his matured dtre, "'I must try what I can do ericair 1Vhigs!"" fnr we take the article ented her husband with four
hope is a solid thing, excited by an mpen for you myself. The head of the house o' from the columns of a Whi' paper in sibilities"-thus making go(
view of the fulness and faithfulness of God Howard is too drunk to p~ck up the head Pittsburg, in which it is padded to show age-t"h never rains, but it
in Christ. He can now lift an unmresum- of the hlousc. of .huthdltone, but lie w,,ill the enormities of the Sub.treasury scheme. ----

Iber (said LUu-
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nougliTnhat theae
placed above lawv
dy great enough
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ag.rant violatin.
utracts with so.,
'riltced to aiz
*ot likewise, and
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authorityv In
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nd sinevi to te
ger ,--and then
Id thev are the
they dill jusf1y
Y *11 mver sub

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had in some of
nag nation was
disease. A few
ous of bringing
ed preceptoi to
ft the city one
in with a simple
arranged them-
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e roan accostedt
the matter with,
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serious counte-
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question by the
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indisposed. He
1 touse his own
odv sa sair that
ay further. Inr
to baud up his

to crawl along
h, who told him
hat, said Jocl
his warld.-Ot
I canna stan.'
.t me lean upon
the hoose, or I
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put to beil, re-
hose on whose
confidence, and

I commendable
y is a true man.
Sbe trusted Wud
corrupt himtnnor
Shears of him
icrs Appositioi
Sbe flattered in.-
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m with one eye'
matn, that he-
more than the
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a traveller as
ce branches in

oB come here
drew Jackson
-while Arthur
Bonaparte ov.',
Srun and call

the border of
every Canadi-
Queen. The
Morning Post,
says that they
r.on of a Green
mer lately mar-
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moon." When
lied--" Swear
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nee to one *e-
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in. I wilJlo
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------- -- .... ---'-- '~~iitllsn'ltll lii' h.!i.i,,"t" ubie teo ;I. ('.,'t iI now uin .-r.ari" ome of Dtvaf, 4th (do.: &. M :. i-V, 1st C.rf,,pM
0iTall ie var,.,, )r eqs hiri,. toucield upon. ttcem, no doubt, have wilfully. committed most W. M. Raidolph, *-2.J do.; N. M. Mai., ind
.'-ne Ir.,,z 1 tt I... w 1 I,.?:.111,1 filly prepared ; mnonstrous abuses. These should rot oolv do.; 0. C. Horne, lwr di.
T1 ;).,Kin l.r>..ilok!, to'r il t i. n.trtti... ,rh fs,,.ri.,, than we could be corrected, but guarded against. Joint Stock
T,, l Cr vt [ n;n es laTot] B to extnrch."eip. A t.i ,,T. th, it tIh Rep1lort. I d a associations owe their existence teegsaore Eojioi
II tis R o qnt nt. t ow legislation. MR. EDITOR.
t -SrJ! at 11. mtg lo ,,inir,.p i, .rIt this Ct opit;,1, u hI Ie .. .... We have the honor to be I They derive their po wer or doing goed or ceil This paper was picked up a few daC g o iveto
-crt l h, .,,' ,hw.iixen, I tn idom the people, and in many instances it is the near thle scene of the late bloody f'raedo, on
IPI- rN^heli't'' ,tell-I 1,11th 17th ulthmoecag.,r i e w., oils rn4. an I oeto Ia LEIGH R pEAD, I" toiut of the Representatives ofthe people, that the Ocilla.
ir .i .a _,.ng.oe pa._...-beco tte o v bec.ia 'm, er'd bankcu trre-c.. ....f th ; a ...7. T ',:. 11. \of Y Real those sadu tarv checks are not applied by which FIOR TIlE whiATCcM h
.,ite )oettes > to! j'.reit ti-hem l .in the in awrd distress, from which it will require the people may be saved from imnposittio.- LEAD QUARTERS,
Sn rcid C veatib., lai hI I i tlits 'years of labor and toil to extricate it. At this TO the Editor ojtlc Florida 1elatebnan, What Ltisate bodv could have been more wadrm'.'s Bay.
rit(, Weo ar.- relnired,'o raort. to' yroui and:d stage "of the question it inay bec not un1int-01es-! NO. th ;t~o eI~lo a ac at, haLgsltebdcol. haebenmor a-ausBy
.in. 'e .. r, .er r.pos t to u', an t g ".fe question ll. loese in it Iegislation oin grants, privileges and I have been informed that Sam Jones and
r .. the ting to .aquie,,who were the actual suff 'erers I b v r s natbers I have attempted corporations, than has been the Council of Alligator are Candidates for the Cuve tioe
t4 groo t., t'.vees t w dhil h o th hu 'far attewnd- i a the covulson thus produced ? '\Ie sta- to explaair the epotle of the credit system o Florida. Te statute book id overloaded with ino D)de county. 1 have not heard who will

e* ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ T aiua Florida Theit staut bookr tie ovelrke with an py l. -by r te enr county.otrrv i Icisareiphave s ool noti heardbrdgs rad, nwyelhtoh rwolctaios
^pc ts v,o-eton,asnovnay3 0. to niecrpo h pa.e ~ bexp. r th ell' s of t,, crdi syte opei g of r n opnalty and ason c ti Hlsor-Yo, utresuin o a T hoeesp
^,,of re-it.s; mprtuco, uetin lsttohu~ itth -pcltthe d atr the coininerc. and th lausr of th countrce tl wha shoul be demda o.Tt,.
I,-th, f e trhtts ot tkai C.svcestitd, to :ret, .raples of the south pay allthe deits, and when t commerce and the ind exclusive privileges to iidiidals and associ- ru in Iilesboo, but I presuml This. a esup,

h fy; ild v oinrao h niecun hesse shwvrfs yirldng tojet pr.ic ti ;o \^ ~ ^ r-,s fon r tho neda ptolies d oo ofth ehs _
i'I d ,n, rt b re;hjet. 3- prpdng by it, and lar-I c no other medium of exchange was re- ard its operations as being s favorale to tie iiatios, r tie professed public objects ofis or so c disti ised Indian, will be a Can.
S.444,.il'... o, i Wt.-nd-opinterIns of the prac- lied ipoan, cotton becarn the currency of the Poor as to the Rich. Tir men of health, hold rane, lankimg and iaternil improvement, with didate. I hope they will be elected, at all
ts- maiit rft.,.. ej,:cr. Dupo-v irenroessed world. 'Tile plantation States have paid our the-ioney, which is useless ; wore thaeven fe o those guards, i: the provisions of the events, tohey shi!l receive my warm. support.

14do sici,1ttuioffndthv aicerohtaow Ie infwhc dewKsmdwhich Is ti& ,^ rn,;<- ? th funai sod.;ehae l-ke t Ise,1ttehan.o "Jl>. ioum"
Ailh the se .. of thel responsible dim y tu-:reg European debts; but the question recurs, upon ak r or si plasters, nless they can rters, necessary against abuse oa the part As respects Matdison County, I have been
qtir..d, we harv best o wed upon the' ore j ct whom' has the losses fallen ? Who are thilie, ploy it to profitable advantage. TIcre is fe- f those associations or Indiv iduals. Exclu- strongly solicited by many friend iv. the south
itl tit altoe rrt'n- which the eireuttstances oft s flerers ? Upon thrat weritorious class o ieret betwee 1a a' 'r rights are granted, to strangers, as well of'h toa mrely tall ic all probability
id-T-'-^^ p ermit. X0^ e pregrd thefork efectually checked: and pat a They a ten atatesr t i e wee the :por id .;/ e rig are rsa t county, to rJak-daw it, I u I allp rai
0'e* Kitua'io weoldpermit. We regard the work t ll asiIr to rich ; o te c mrtrar, rere is aa recisptro i, as to our own citizsus, f t. bridges, roads, and yield to their solicitations.
.I~c t:h o f oyentio ,,as involving a qies- ers. 'Fie entire crop of the platcr mn.v be ty and n-_itual deedne ca ch oter. opeiog o rtoers, and no peay or onol coe. Yours ia haste, t o

I4I,4V c f th sosen ncaort an forig -et th eiin ltegets oto f,^ ,fsn sein. n r,'; opns 0Peliic-l o' riyors andY no pe""nalt forv lon corn t. Your iv nt hsoityle, mass
Si .of gre.ti,.st importance,; a. question lost to hilain, but the speclatem', tile factor, the gro ,g out t', vry nature and order l of ance wiith what should be deemed a con. TIGER-TAIL.
tr o v rf ou oft B at(, very nasture cander h ve or"
wno~hsSfearaed.oat into successful operation, dealer, generally escapes., and not untfrequent. civil so iey. A n action exclusively of rich men, htrac S"' i "n sai" rico c t ave a Be so good as to publish this, and oblige.
oill eWfdt, in ,st d cplv and radicmtlly effect, ly unscathed, aor bt e,,bnunit; of poor, woukl'be an anot be'en granted with the snmie liberality, to eve. T. rT.
ithe t.d.: and onerce of the entire coun. 'This system i's however fast yielding to the palo which could no longh eist It would be o who knocked at the door of the Leg-is.
a" -wic colt notvn otil exist Itaes woul well Olc
t'.,-:rdst become mist pervading in its ifln. incessant and powerful opposition of southern a irhe-ad o vitoiit a body, or a bod without its lativo hail. C'itiz" other States, s FOR Till W.CMN.
r c...up )lirg.i a, Cal .interests of the South, Statesman, lud tre silent but sure opeatou tien e; tial ebr. n rab ."u' weldt of the rich as the o our Territory ve alikel parotiei M* R EI T i i OR1

l~i-. ..**i.'~i.Albami nd loida *- rsut: e onfdetl lok orwrdto hetim '^i^.^^ ^coi uu f tm:ali wainvia-;l nbo; rs. The" oth vial, ad nvovigfCuthelInelliche
'n, pro;due.:, e;,) er or late the most extqi..d public sInntimnt. Already indtemhave soa could n|t administer to their tastes-, or their pated and i under so uardd a sstem, A par scribbler i e lst Nuber of t
S' ad dtalutary effcts upon the property, of its most formidable branches beea ovr- 'ats, ithot tit labor of tie p ior and dhe a '-'s ha grol i e o must pply tire Uorldia'' (who ts asu or r ther ta-
irotstue i stitutioiis, a'd the ht c character of thrown. Tie Tri, which drew its millions Ior oftiro p, )rcousld ro. ao i ni niv;l rnt | tlr fountain i ol' d. We hav" al. ken to Iwt' 1 ran e o *n tm,)
., era people. We miay well regret, from the South,and concentrated in the North r-nut but for the wcdth of' thr, rich. 'h;ire i W W;S to u acsLed, in this ipsilt Ternritory two as it P. S. "to things which I dislike," written
th-.r,>rw, that older, alier, and more experi- has been virtually abrogated. 'The sclreem' of greater d'cu dnlusio';nder'.fhre, thire to e uge od<,* btuhipt b:ts, anvtd y psib sfiri t and renown Soui ,ai
Sic,'l mno i thiani ourselves, had not been dole- ainternaal irprovetinnt by the General Govern- a ar bet e these two ass. p crl '' t those who arc intrsted, a:id have isays, I dot like to be e.o clud'id from grenterl
gatbd -. to p rim the duty thus devolved nment, upon the objects of which this irmn nise d rn i' as th t ofI lh: pl)ower, do not apply, te ces'sfliVl s5oete.. mrely Vause, bth from iEri.tip)e,
tij.1.,.i al. fo rts..,revenue was to have been expended, has been iittes.a where thto wretd of ftca a taf is nais t instead of a crusade ag inst b ks, instIead ar d edeaioI am a blackguar L2d.
nl%::c imin~relal Co tioelon proposes for effectually checked: and the United Statesh
rapI id'y recocirng,, and where lie Nvho Is ri'rh ()'." epn oant utvrs prhu a thi Jal-yw i~rowcd feathers.
r t ofd ncand direct i BankSwash;ihreve.trinwdihsheolisaid is abdet those istitttions, their i nrS, ,!]I_ ingre
iour.,.'wet to'hee tlhe e)nmi neta r indepen- Bank, which was their depository of this rve. to.d is poir tu-mrrow. It is like stiddg 0: a t thos .tuo, t tell ,ncsti w:t "gen, il sotiaely" m ans ; aad
si,'i'n of rh .ioth- by ojpenirg a direct tlade nue, and the disbursing aget of the orpri tin iiQ me ers aghi'st tie id\, or like othe stoi- iit rio is, c(e hoaf an watir h voa t spirlto et
.. it of theopehi Ock, extortiatts, &c. &c. (olie dealfodn whejier tic-, ever has. (v to c.oter
I'AwcO I the soulttern sports ard foreign mentt, the recipient of the greatest portion ol( in h refsisn stsF e'., in o 'd to p ishin wic m or May riot be imi igimavry.) let us i.,nt.) t. If b% gentrel society he o eats, sici

.ii'".-wil.--;. T.rie dsiga rlgisited; w-.ithll an >, ;-ti favors,^ the c grea t benfcayo acclls-l thi.scasdang h anb"^^'fiiysollbeapid otenfcr a^isesni ii aitd so-r u
CrincitiRiel. Tle desig p originated with a few these flavors, the great beneficiary oh all tis the eg nr theo armn). i) i the eo:rnrv, there rather unt in stimulating our Legi0 siaroul s t s iet ise in the hiabit ose 'reqntig, the:; I
Sfliriic .aii ,I enlightened citizens of an inland partial legislation, has ceas to exisd, by the 'sho ad0ii ntr go.d t' eliou eeorid be rn e (nu lioes for the utuie, ard il b so must co'.fess th1at to be xhcuded romr such,

-^l~~~~oad,.~Z3 whl tbe road- cautiousn fror ttis mariner int!est to slipbld?? so ssnimp-i 'oF,,fes.'i';;, ,*" t;,h3c,' 11",,t to be o Bns exc i osile ^1^ vcagra mrludede from sali,
town ofthis State. Its first session 'was held limitation of its charter, and we trust that the a -iarmnionv o' interests, s) as to aron: te the on grded in thi restrieltios aud provisions of would give iir no uneasiness.
In this place iat nO t. 1837. It was composed principle upon wa Iic I this a insittio' was benefitctl aiand e is of aC, (ctligrtemed hrte,, as to For'ce ot aose Iisnitutir)s to perI w ou ld also ask, whether I can defhilac a
of ab, t'. eighty -delegates fro the adjoining tiuaded, at best, but a') interpolation upon thp te. 'iet. Ith i F ise of trm, and f u alt lil b d thate tre is be-
States of Carolina and Georgia--Flori. Constitution, is forever fully and perfc-tl .r. in, a *., c .- r i d .\...iwihtcwr Calel tnde r cos r- Blackguard V a awrd diaGctere his
di had -6an member. At the recent sessioti pudiatod from our system of government cun dito e; on in. i a ne crhu'r r ere ad U rwsie regl and arGdnt lem. te ian f 0a

souh l~fSan mpl ga~anj liae- he orkword ;andye th 1-derl Gvcrman, i~ic'coudition of the rich ; or irrc* n ljoinring mr a1' erusvng nvconecton hitocv they1', will rita ap.o
rar t-.o hundred delegates were present, rep- The late derangement in the ma nied afftirsof'st those whose iidustrt has beure rar, l:'ove he;or telici to a consnmrrirtv in its mhoucta. Q IN yIE CORNER.w
rose.airig V ini, N. Caroliria aid S. Caro. the country, will tend greatly to foftt t, with wali,. rawe .r sirie n t tto hbe r oiPsrit inm esofu te w.iil p v c
,irul h.ri with woks a givhn tser ;it te bt ry ofthraltcs ; tile reversc,and they wil prove o to Ke.
li-. w;, i. Alabamt iand Florida. result: we confidently look forrd to to he tiun- rich. and iI thie conri ofs to -'ie iell ai no, ,a 'll- n's; klawlc -g into the vitalns, ad i-volvihg Genera l ntc iliCtace.v
T iP riag thhereccsd much legislation ldad as b-ig not fir distant, whoen the anone aid .. nfin rmionh coutr o iwich threy operate.
t f.... ..... .. ., I)1'," lOl'la sot 0 1 tll eo:ktrarv, l t' the lilc .* t l I I I l -
m .eactedt by ths States, highly auspin. political power of the governnmtt. e-i'1nd, l :giutain): toa;rds his less w'ait1t nceiT hor T i hen L"g'slatior othericfore of a Country cariot INDIAN NE VS.
rMF.'lr Z ,the oj '0 c ad a cs ofthe Coioventio. In tthe separated from each other, and the connim rce. a ..--i .... Ibe too restrictiveinte sahl tar cheeks ic T o e te v d owhic, t in
W 14 1 ,ra,, o ,au ,: ,,, s au n m ,e : .-. T h e fo llo w in lette r w e a d d to the in -
V)eat wd L0 rranen !naiitS are i:i progress to trade., and industry of thie South. no lon ger -., a, s'i a" tef' I woaul m trr' shouldl be placed on the possible or.glrimies li 4 r -
Itn gr is reltrtioms if life, a lilPsraitu, 0 1 of l)Ctdi o d vhnpla eon t ne ssile loan.itie orfnratiorx yesterday published in our- da ai-
s ithi-h-aw the. frg" aniaun its of souther t cap- fected by the restrictions and .impositions o r Io ot nks adl lBanng l ,,sittioins. T he dis.of p rson
turo', and ot'public spirnit,deinioiistratrinn t~hat lie I -athnp'iresnrirgsrsiutorsoliedi
ital now invested ia tnorllorn stocks, and e oa. partial legislation, and left to their own natural "i r i. t aes, to n i -h the ire exp osed, uie now ior N%*
M" I ... .hmr~ |e lsig ~tellave I ilea to DIII,, to whv' tie )c 110
iribute it.tlhis eniterprizo ; while dat tihe same elunels, will be permitted to enjoy that Iree l 'h .n.wh or. a t it- 1 ki:iown, the icrnedis lay be sucecssfially iap- "FoRT L-oUDEiti.LE, New River, (E. Ft.)
~~~~ .l." ot. 'filie in'sot, ne whno hlOur1"s wilt ]its ex_
tiie as, eflorts are being ra d det to organize donr, which is the peculiar cein"ut of tieand co'na nd, r ii' lied. Theremenndy how ever is iot to destroy lardh 27, 1838.
tortIOIl n il V ave accuIIaod, or iis sil-
a. 'Ser of canrrespoodencc and direct inter. South; the element i which sie Olives and Ir tils ..n-tall banls, and those hha br "Ivnc on reened av st diyara o ifo
gardne- Of ir'nnl' s i o. *d- "l-nvillir returned a fcrv days ago frori
~ s"t .o ..fte. but w e ardn ees ii;t.e savedo. fi any th a nu-i.n a vithl'ole
c6hr~e with the capitalists and mi)netnarv in. movesbe gw ihu lii e inso et n te, and lchas her being ; without whh I Ihith, their all in them ; but to restrai.i f the st in testing a, I ay add
place inn ber nes at the r Bo n rc a oe c as t ie ot til n i ^ r u eo h t -stia aof, no aty ad ,
s.intuiio s 'it'Eirope. S iperadded to all which, there can be neither commercial nor political" wealmlv Imian. who spends his inconie on ob. those, institutions witii the limits of safit aid fitigining and itrrportait exp)editions of this
it mls," e farther reontirked, that the extesive indepe nd science. I. oJc:s of charity, or appropriates his surpu r aats operations, protracted war, I avail myself of the first

ditfi~~~~~~~~~i..~~~ ~ Sypu? protracte war, rert udr Ii n vl ,adavailoudscn myself of' the first^*InyurlstVath-u om mprmct.^ rconitm nrv latla
.Ochr ne.of ,ititerna. l nini, ,n it, praloected by But though the constitution nmay be restored teio of he l n It is difficult to sir wteare alv e o thte ro y- r o in.t toae ir
f Sut~hv ttcadc MO ^ c of th Unitd oe sae exte~t 1o whc it fia s to thi It is dct t y what are all tre resric. leisure

-Taki~gtheinp~rtsaud~xp rtsof .hcyea th r i rts hre,, n puity jsi c rb be hatd hequ Itn dall is^^^ sr c -h t. e se me ;r steb a S !^
31 S rt ,( ae ill a d its original purity, justice and equity all itutio:s oflis country, or to animite i in- tios which inlay be no ecessary, and whoie; ad satisfaction a briefaccount ofit. The ean-
a'- .i. T:re Ciarlcstoe L 'i i-.1sil ta a vlch must be aceonplish, classes a g the valrab,' wl" the' should" b applied. To thi e ooat, ffcr s paii season in e this latitude is over, but
Circiuhniati Radl Road Colmpary, have b'c.onitc ed, boare 6oc oi,jrrts arQ ab n-, ji :nix's ot a comwni:iimi;, which gve to, i7 14nd 0h) dirrcb)r' mnann of them should iqets. to, otun ntely it d not close beOorc ithe con-
li4ke w wr, of the Anga, sta and Charlestoa The South has no mariratimz pnpl, ation1, wh r"ion: ad cnt ra:d iswt u dort au!le r'cer. "lhooe ho arc harged wimh swnirnation of an expedmtnon, w-rhic cannot
&.Wi Uo.d,. whielo the road exta iding froanr this marine interest, no slnp-build.-as, no seamn, Tj M.nita tlie old"' "r, a dhr hp)on' mne nnn'uenit of Banrks should, if possible, fail to have a great moral effect upon tre

(iflfe .nh^.iaal0 1n Gri Stte didra 2a vrbe emte o aerahdte, div"o, nof t1 lic tro^ I m. fal ---to haoagrs e atIl anticipalefec uon thcem
city i6 the directjbhaof th, 'i'enn'essce 1i6e, is All this is lramentably true. But why is such .nte' "" ,:tid fronim the class, who with tire least Irilis that yet renhatr hostile. On the
it the inils ay" e nad tes g w a ingut 'v, ndi' alet liad thai r enetatn atle tiregl the

idr -k-i oft~i-h thee kiar'ta Lime xo that theasodrothcrwuse. bv ale to sea~ and all tland, attn i nai esi ared cpoie At aI metn r om th c~ it/csld aie~ tios th Ca- the wint. C th. mountc'd, sidrn Lt. Pickil,
JJia ns nfb rapid coi ip icti ia n. T h ert br- tire case ? U -,poa i vestigation, it wdii b2 foun d at i ;n "T" 'w d siitculatt,-
i d9 o t d e e p ^ ; O ;, ea U t h e s e a ttri: Jg t e s ,ar e f. i e p r o o7't h i s ,. C o l B aicn k h ea d w i t h L t i i c k al l ,
..-la e ts o greatest sou .t a lndS u ,g of the kiad L- fliat the sam3 causes abov e a hu tera to, have ;. n "ut h t n t to e ,.
..T..0e grt Of Pnn o o- es o ,,tno t 1uCs0. hsa rould ha tc least Foott oJ to efot the Suw nno with.
ids'rle"i t iimes,"is utider the supe;oiate dance produced thi state of thi'rs also. ..r tine" o, The lo-nns mo I)irco trs might be limited by er ttIe Colonel was ordered to take co*n -
ofi i tri aid ste In, i o ig and The gurlph of Mexico floats the r ca co rrelhtcr.u t o etr i itlic E ir c ci an andpd itCashiers anid other ofA.ndo t ht adton tlic O
lu ita tel career of public ushefi.ess, the mere of any sal near the sae an e sze, i the only bie prodi ed o n thi" cr le cedit i"ch:t theny cens uf' re tonsibility, night be eoxpressly'nr- to -p ad l t
south .- an anamle g1I.'Tanty that the work world ; and yet the Federal Governinat. hves :ve, o:st, ich ,rsry, a erot -rizc, c md thirt e"td fli tomil having ,Nt conncctloI whatsoev. quarter. Upon their arrival at Fort
trude i IrazrdorsPierce. finidinig Col. Pierce too Iuch indits-
woth of al crdi ; ,g th o. rwtthscggdintaeihzrou posed to take command of the cxpidition
-il rpseo cuted whith vigor anc energy.-- rnade but one naval establish ien st upon ni-ients, are worthy ofa l credit ; though ,he pu- atns idli hioig se l Pireede toin ii
'fr-i.; e, cnot l thiz Coaveiatioa has arenexly and throughout thne entire martin a b fi'ontier of sensors ofhein mai not have a dollar in their pursuits, or schernies o doubtful result, Th. to a ke ri ouand oh heretp ty
#xteuded .to th, works, amid given them an the 1lartitug States of the Atlantic, there is pockets ; aind it h1a'. I-ee by the tli a d shutade to iat had been prndviously ordered to Key
nnoctus which nmist i.surc their final success. but one other naval depot. Is it ta w directing o those attributes to usefl ad o v and Nw River, Co. B
T+[ ev are c.a-sidered as prese;ting oportuni. dered at, then, that the South has no military ble pomp p r thimt tun' wo.rtlrluli resuls f hh rp orlrunhies of inimroning their 'ortures was placed irn command of it. and lie pro-
U4's of sl~ a!nd profitribe investm-nts, at-tine ia"rine? The alost entire dishirsemhats of wir their places may attord. Instead of needed to Fort Dallas,.on tie Mirani, where
I I as me oiler.r days havc bei'n produced. But forbirc or
finflt- that 4tey ceirermrage duil-ustic inn- tine Treasury on objects of this hind, being t bpig borrowrms. both lireciors amd officers lie- arrsvld ons the 12th lst. withn theecomn-
d, 1n''' made at the north, is it to be wondered at, to thos ho have te will aid ability oi ittos, shol be tie impar. pnies of the lst rgiil uder Aa
'ra, b ,Ve brief retrospect will viable you that we have no ship-builders kt thie Smtth ph irg it judiciously, the Wcst wound still hae I ti dispenns-rs of'their fiinds to those to whnmn Kirby, and two companies of tre 4th reg-
to ldr~n solie coancepti'ot' oftie degree of suc. ThV marine interests oh the north thus nuo- lbee a widerness Thi poerhl states ad thty ni v adva.;n'tngeoush' rnd smtily loan.- iaen\ of artillery, and ini a few day's after
essr in fir attenl 'th eflorts of' tarred by the patro niage of the gover'ann-1t r ms t r ro tftn Is shiaould be the guardians of the interest uli,:seeded to tiiis posstnnd im iiedliately
K C 'rllt .i tic) I. .Bu t', aweill thoe, e ffo rts' f ta ed bybe uolge o t e o\er m1t i t v s p pu at onhet e iinsofth essarv. t l .-a.sra d h e uiab e itrru eine.n.,t he n ce sa yorrn e thef r h
e" ti But will those efforts be u. it to be wondered at, that we have no imars- i aridhioofiiii and Ohio, irea of being sovereign atng
'r'urrktteiv" Mkr-c'',ss|, It is -not to be disguised time population ? No Scaimn ? Nay, further, older sovereigflies, nigit tom ages to o' thi, their capital, so as to fulfill the just exucn a- c '
rn del so ee.rn s ,i-h fo ag s to c M 11 II .s slu, proseco ltion of' the cx]pediti,,l.- -
icV-t %'*han'cf1rAil odds to c-intend agaiinst ; tine goveramoft, has adopted the gremoUs a 0 r tions i)t t ho rv c to them corporate e"-s. On te 22d the coinninnd left Fort Lauder-
'fientse ds4Admntges to0overcome ; almost though unequal pohcz of bestowing bontcs a probably oi tre n l benefit of Stockhnol- (eand ascended the south branch of New
iisrdpasralie'ostae11s to surnoint. upon the fisheries of the North. But when 'Iriere 13 mu eslimahting the wirhn~r ard tine- 'h1r1 anti tire (iomrnnuinnut' Itiver, with tine foot, on board tine stedni-
l'b'e adrissia-,-. doubt, linowever, has has one dollar been bestowed upon the mira- rhsof tie moral, mental, and phsmai py- oSTE, boat Isis, to tIne ohl Taahair-ussce, vilage, 5
u eev er in n a n y ea 'au b een th e' p rec irso r o f sucf til i e i mntere ss t a t the S u t h h e c o a s t o f 1 lh. ere o f m ar wvhe ci stir m unla te d to time hIig his, nd i re co ue m at i d Fl o t ail a ho b ot. belo t mne
tess and the rolitelt ,rtaitii m)de to obviate rida abounds in fish of the greatest varietvpr.ihs abovectileoflotillatofoboatoobeingnfw-
thope o' gain. rtne pursuit o n avy. The reconnuitring party that had
,0urecrr p, i regard to this matter, cers of the Government do not know t'ie tackt. tin thie extension of religion, ue witess tirir rcfcrence is ma'de to rete Stcaui-r Alert, i tne b th oi rae the
let rsrus r:, fhr arguument,to a succinct anal. Had e also enjoyed this bounty ie g eflcts whenever ainted, and in watever einpIy of the n'ed States, by Mr. Pry. landing at te sit f the Indian via. an
Vs of the ,tad. and mnu incree of the United ernment, to the same extent to which it has part of the nvorld their powers are. exercsed. I will stA:te ion vou'r tru:inf i'tion. that'I was -I
S"ate3 bcen in this instance, bestowr'ed upon our mnor- The onwrd march ot' tne ieopl of lhe U. emn,,vicd to charter a boat for the Goverinit reported thrat a large trail was disc-vered
Taking theirnp~rts and exports of the year thera brethren, it is probable that tlre Indian states to wearithr al power, has been rore U er icc-that hlime stenuir A.,-rt is the boat penetrating the everglades aid In a di
,.83O as a criterion, (mind aill-w\ill perhaps ad. war which has been so atilieting anrd ruinous extraordinary an'd rapil 'tarn a'nx ofh oti'' I -ehartered by ini--thnnt ,mo disbnrrsi+g, or otir- tiorn leading to Pine island, about 12 or 14
m~it tbmttait is a gir d oane) the" lollowi ,g extra. to Florida, and as we think so indelibly dis- porion ofth 'e-i co.erd i otine r ofie -fteGvr'oahsn~,o" a ie rmtemri.Cl aked
T'a fisa-dilsd. ,racefmtS to the national amnIns,w tc unw, gaod d tn s pieeoh omid
A.The if'ct- dsc tewl~ed oft0.~ig peehv curd a u eaoa 1stb. while wc mire far, n-er- far inn ad-aunce of' di- had any- interest in tine smaid boat, nor was -L~h~~ ti! n
traced yu.hAmea-re nd hos'p r in o'i there ar, gruarramty girunerr as to thre time shre took comtnand oi dile ,:-'oOpS in pursuit car-
i ir mnrcnrCotniutnd samdsti uiem:shrounlu he cminl,?'edt, I'y oun thre following mnorriing, Thne trail
a.n, uam'it':.'i'in .that year .to' about $190,. ,nmdc the seat of a unaratiutne piopunlanr~o, t i s h mrin CnietadI~nd~tlne
'00'" 0U3J. 'I'hroseof New York alone amount, probable tlat all foreign influences nn'ouid have Colmilrsrciniw hv r ~' t ,,ig ROW}T. LYON. was folAlowed several miles on foot anu ..')
iA' i're th'tuir }O0;',00O, while tire wnhroe been excluded from the Inidianos, it' any' irdeclee n smirpasoni trestcolder, w, ameid snipnocd ,i:ure 'Ta!i.dhissee, .Atnrii 1(, 1S33 hiorsebiack, and as far as was practicable
OftiC '.i mSrrh,'rf'Aflantic and G~'lf States did had ever been pritdto have reached thien, ivetei h'rses. Tintherticipatindisofptire inn-
,_rt i~mjlmri a'm a mouit exceeding 20,0O'3,000. and their subjugation would have b~ grcatl>'l ehnal ight 'ned divits,~~ion if he i.ilob enepis e. w oiTT vnrir .patcblt y h ofrpes neatrciationg o t hr e eve ml -
'--D~rti-''the same yeiar, the domestic exports facilitated othercwnise. s[ n "ad i mvimtugat xnoirz rl-~oertgo ie iiei edmttn ap 'itnrwt iemune iet ~efoil
..... l~l;Wlg6 wIei~h New Under whratev'er aspect this important qucs'- distarrnt oceans. arid extramctimng wes'iitith fro)n to run this phice', our the 12thi mist, pursuant to was directed to descend to the forks, and
York exported oily' 61iiO09,000, while the tion can be anticipated, it is one of thre deepn. their waters ; in inenetratinmgz in iloeruesser. tnnb 1previosnot iee, l)r. J. S. Rubitnson, was call- ascend the inorthn branch anid join time ,,rain1
),ur'Is of th'e south and sy, ith wrest exporued est, most petn'ading, and m',-st intense i~tcrest Idig iefmcmaidraig iiicai' dt ue(mnmai..n.. Mcnila.bdyai tnauv oehii -onlL
*tPS8Oi,0fl1. to thre l,,rplc of Florida. Presenting am mama- Ib h .nigin', 'w ho hamve su, rpanss'd? I vir run t'het hiItlte S'ecretary. 'Thie mobject of thre meet. thne trail to 1Pine island, or to whatever
,- 'J'4r all. this it is apparent that ihougir the time frontier oi'.m-orC than ai thouisarmd milms, hlave ever corre ,near to tine citizens ot* tine rug being suited by thto chrairmuann, tine follow- point it might lead--tihe whole force uni-
,rtd s?'read 'dad increasing commerce oft trii it bhlhooves us to ed.n1;t'ratm, Iia every effort Utrited Statoys ?Our Yankhee dtmnig, inanimge. intg preamblihe arid resolutions were offered :and tel consisting of about 400 mien, amnd 21
"eotihitP,, owns its entire existence to tire sta. which may have for its objcni, ,nr be attended meat anrd emrterprise aus tlhe Fhtropeanis dlesrg, adopted:~
4lesuiffthc sorhcrn aid south western States, with tine consequenc-3 of affordring Ins proteQ, nate it, have v'anq'sishned difliculties, amid over.- ilVhcreas, Tite frequent dlepredamtions of bots eAtbakd 10d 'clock Ah .m.en t~equat-
,tltl' naerpltrheitwas derive no corresponding tion against foreign aggressionis, to wnhtrub, Ii coma enemy obstann'e wnhrich stood in thne ina. -detached lbands of the Scuninioles having so far In' to each boat to drag it along tine trati.--
vlt'arg hli. ttie fact. '1he pcople'of the tinrc of wvar, we shall necessarilv. Inc~ subject. 'JTiiere has been nothing cssax'ed, le. tine Amner- been suti'iredl to._-o miutninished., hams elniholdeni. ebasweei hs mtc rw
.al~g and soruth. west, pay annually, in the That protection must consist rather inn t~ie stout t ieanis iti whiicin tirer have riot smcceeded. 'Ihcmr ed therm to approach wvithimn a distnancc which Vobasweei tslnanerd'wi
-t-pe.of co0nimissions, agencies, percentages, hearts and strong arms p)f our citizeas, than !ingenunity' has alike beenr rewarded whnether mi- threatens tire st'curnity' of onr Capitol arid it ~n thog og aineIlad ar,d wat d~feqeptiinel
.-4 z, not less thraum iea minllicirs for the ex- any artificial means of defence whnichr may, be irootedl omn tire hdither ohuieets ot' tine arts. or to imirmediate t'iinrity : Tlhnerefore,metPieIad.airotufncutl

'"or p} pi-ilege of.having their products consttructed. Our coast should, as hcretolorc j the more h'nnblheinventions of Cornwall chocks c t Resoh'cd. That as we view it nce;s. h i the to as so ecep thnat assistance was
Itpe.ld iitr veasuly belongr.1g *to the people of remarked, beconime the scat ofa maratimn pop. and wooden nutnn-gs. Like Achim-idc, give sary to lw ou thme alert, ini case of any alarm requmiirced to extricate thend front it. d hn
-'1, thro1.hNcw York to Europe. ntlition. We have, in rich and rare abundance. s, first tihe prop ou which to fix our levers,, tro.r Indians., in or near our towum, we the u in- withiin 3 miles of Ihe Island, wr e discover-
L inatC'6rog. ags ns ao been .altogeth. all thie resources, rn,-ans aud capabilities of es. id f n we d,, not move tIe eurrh. there is no dergmiu., a;gr"e to timnr oirselvcs into a con. ed the snoke of indian fires on the north
0 p, nc i,
i.iiesll or tli irnputed 1neglct of com. tablishintg, nurturing and building up such a l kniowin wat weights we mny phlft. That pane termnd C'ITzI::Ns, to hollh our. end of it, and the smokc of others rsing
.I I" II
-j'la t~~ y~ the soredit systerun -n whcf'ri~ selves in readiness, cmwi inrertrber with amrns thnat s--eemed julst to have bccni kitirnlei. I
g .E nd tradc by L h, sluthbra people, nor population. .1 hs liveoak and pine timber of++ prop i#th+ Credit system, on which Genins selv-s in readiness, c,'Kh nember with arms that see ,e just to have bc en inattled. It
'ffsa .iversia: to mlercantile pursuits: of Florida, have long been in request by the and enterprise may apply their levers, and but 31nd amnuanition, to assemble at any place a. was the'efore tolerably certain that the In-
'Nor hias it boea th.ir4ib4'of their allegedecx. shipbuilder; whilst our Agriniltural products, f(r tie nigic of credit, tie eontidence rcpos- greed ipnr, by the'Company, dians still remained upon it, and a com-
ella'Stit, vd.i to agricultural occupations; more rich, more rare and various hlian those ; ed betweci n iln and man, and b% tihe comnunt- T lhat wc are to assemble at the signal of piete ind decisive victory was anticipated
rvyeof atr'at of shipping and Seamen. of any other section, t will contribute immense. t' it tihe (;ithifhul and wcll conducted monied the ringing of' thie Tavern Bells, for hall'f an over themn. The Island'is so situated sur-
'Aot tQ V_ t('a iiifernt state of affairs ex- ly to the mass of general commerce. institutions of our country, how 'very difl;rent hour. at the Capilol Stuare, ready armed and rounded by hirih saw grass, long asnd wa-
Isted. A .arg,*'trde was then carried on di The prospect now presented to thie Sutlh, would have been the cmnditon of the lUitel eqnippe|i to do aniy service necessary to tire tom, nl several miles from the Islands
retlJy between tltt?-snzltWrn seaports and, Eu- is bright and cheering. The struggle may States from that which they now present. Our protectnoi and dcence of our town' and fellow we. uf it, that it could scarcely be expect-
.Ko anTa -a. stl" eartmier periodd of our-his. still be arduous add protracted, but we will, wilderness, to sonime extent, would still have re- citizen. ed they could escape undiscovered or elude
`l1t 16tllw*B1'i 'setirelytin our favor, we must triumph. The cause is hol and just maincd iinpenetratd, our soils without cunhi. 3. ''hat each mcnber of te company pro. t
L4Ahe:y-at t&M. lie trade'ftS:. C0rolimaWas. and must succeed. In the language employ. vatioa, and our enterprise shtin'bring in list video himself with necessary arms, such as a The judicious disposition that was made
quadrupled that of N~wYorh,though the latter ed on a simdilr occasion by that able States. less inaeivity. Tihe money of tile wealthy Musket, Rifle, or Shot-gun, and the reqluisite of te forces occupying positions on tne
is now the emporinpcathe continent. So -mon and eloquent so of the South, who u1- deposited iu banks for empiovment.- hae ai'- amminiitio, provided, the samio'camnnot be pro. north, the east and west sides of, d ev-
ln4g'tljk q st o.M qnjpetedupon the awed hy power, uni.timidated by the corrupt iforded (lie stimuli, and the inarch of our poo.- cured from the proper officers of Government. ld cl ar te s mud
l^Q# bofe thir respectir,-nmatural advanta, combinations, unaffected by the denunciations pie has been as it will continue to be (if not -14. That tle Chairman of the meeting be l h r ars rom island, would
d bl same Or a corresgoding proportion of personal or political rivalry, has stood by checked by the poison of Loco-focoismi) On. authorized to appoint a committee of five, to el'cctualVly prevented their escape, had we
W"oDidhave been preserved. his country, through good and through evil re. wa-rd. ulraft sucl Byc-Liws and Regulatioms, af ay been able to have arrived several hours
But at art early ov after the organize. por, tfie skull vigilant sentinel upon the watch Ii commanding the credit system, and in be deemed necessary for tIn better organize. sooer ; but whce our positions were ta-
sliwf td-prtetm mpDr io'eriiont, a .ys. tower of.puhic liberty, ithe same last friend expressing thie belief tht its o ratios may tio and discipline of the company, ken-an. winch was done without the least
,.oi -- iIyaq "a r p1, to tile South, the same devoted patt&4t-*." It be conducted more ftavorablyv through banking 5- Thrat tile proceedings oft this meeting be loss of timce-t was just sunset. As it
- c Whad the effect of making t'-e cem- is the cause of truth, ofjjusti'e, ibdtF viI- companies of incorporation, than through pri- PIublished ia our weekly journals,. was supposed, having heard nothing to the
St on, nd moral and intellectual ex'celece; ,ae 'Baukers, the undersigned is very fir (Sigeacd by many Citizens.) contrary since we left Fort Jumper. that
mirce ahd trade ol Lth depeIdant up"on, oaakes t t w N isting at general head
t~h~i~i~111 'rt' s kitem 4hadi 'tad ust prevail."' from sustmlining thosc Institutions in oil or any At a subsequent mnieting of thie Company, te truce wus vet xiing at genralhead
c biut ieof your delegatps has- 'en appointed of the iiregiularities they may have Cominitted. held at thie sain" place, on tie 16th inst, the quarters, Col. Bankhead sent forward in
(- a' e fl6 Mcfdf tire general comrnitteeof IorrS. EEvery tiling of human invention, from Govern- following mcmburs were duly elected Officers advance of tihe positions a white flag. It
Igt re l6t05el -o soon as he ry be'rqurred ments dowlti to Joint Stock companies, lhavc j and Non-comnnissioned officers: had not advanced more than 150 yards
S, -rt, tre' fannrltan -of that appoint, jbee abused. TITIeBanks ofthe coiutri' have It. llavyward, (Captain; J. S. Robinson, 1st when it was fired upan by Indians, who
fc l'lilJ fV rn r 'bqusj'r66m"and his Feliow-Cit- iall, at timss, from ministaken calculations, or Licut.; W. I1. Michael, 2d Licut.; C. II. Auis- were seen on some of thie high trees near
.-9tler'-Nof'f rqon: to meet hji jat Monticello, I hurried on .by circumstances beyond their con-. tin, 3d Licit.; C. (. Hantll. 1st Sergeant; J. the north end of the Island, and wounded
Bi If noMi wh*'BV-uill A~planin 'i4e Ainlet>ile than in. ttnrol, ottrib.fed to cibitrrassnnents, such as Knowle. 2d do.: RI. B. Ker. 3i d).; John P. one of the guard slightly in the hand.

1 F 1i 4r~oS ned a frn
U 1,,,1 K U, .'',,1t i,)'P.,, of)t the west,
sle; ,, l'tan I i, w n. r-,ilurned by
,da;fo-ur |r ,iYkr,1,11 tia the brw of one
of the boats.,
I.t hting now So Ilue, nothing qpulybe
done but effect a l.iudiirg. and tllhf'ces
were ordered forward, Major Kirby, with
his battalion, approached the Island in fine
style on thoe easl, and Lieut PY*ejll's coln-
manid advanced in excellent order with the
flotilla on tire west, while the reserve mV-..
ed forward and landed immediately aftew,
iear the Indian fires. Thie first shot that,
was fired by thie fbur pounder was fol!ow-
ed by the usual Indian yell, when they im-
media-itely after retreated to tine south of
the Island, leaving all their effects, consis-
ting of provisions, cattle, hides, hide boats,
powder, lead, bullet moulds, blankets, ax-
es, chisels, knives, counter, coonter-graters,
wild potatoes, and innumerable Indian trin-
kets, all of whiich we destroyed or took
possession of. We bivouacked around the
fires in the dense hammock that had been
occupied lbyv tihe Indians.
On thle following morn-ng the troops
wereextcmnet across the Island, and scour-
ed every part to the southern point of it,
whiile flotilla moved in thie same direc-
tion parallel to ltIhe western side, to ascer-
tain tie trail of the enemy, leading to tihe
innumerable small coosa plurm Islands.
whIich checker the everglades to thIe west
as fatr as the pow.ver of vision can extend,
and to whiich it was supposed thIe Indians
had under cover of the night, retreated.-
About throne miles south of our landing we
discovered scattered trails leading to tihe
Islands, 1 have indicated. The exhausted,
condition of tlhe troops, fatigued as they
were by havg already, performedni a ser-
vice of almost incredible labor, and one be-
yond the physical power of men to accom-
plish, unless stimulated by the strongest
incenuive which prompts tihe willing and
faithful soldier in the performance of his
duty. llaviung ascertained that the Indi-
ians lad retreated, after sustaining a seri-
ous loss by innpor'tant personal
effects, and that nothing more could bo.
done, Col. Banklheadh ordered a return t<4
this post, which we reached after dusk on
tile evening of the 24th inst. Thus you
will pc-ceive that the boast af Abiaca has
no foundation in truth.
This now leading spirit and chief of the
war parties, has no hpes of being able to
retire to positions inaccessille to the zeal
energy and proliptness of the troops. Abi-
aca had delcrmiciied, it is said, to fight until
resistance was ineffectual, & tliat hie would
then retreat to thIe Island of everglades-
the grassy lake where the 'whiite man could
not comee' Here lie has beon disappoint-
ed, and I am of opinion tIhe moral effect of
this expedition will go so tar, if not furth-
er, in inducitncr the lndians that arc vet in
an attitude of hostility, to come to terms,
than that of tlhc most successful battle
fought with then during the whole war,
but I must close"

Capture of more than 500 Indians confirmed.
* By the arrival yesterday afternoon of the
stmcrner James Adams, Captain Chase, from
Black Creek,and through thie attention of Capt.
C.. we have received from a Correspondent the
followin-g intelligence conrit-rminig rumors here-.
tufore' prevailing.
To the Editor of tic Georgian' i
BLACK CHurK, (E. F.,) April 4, 1839.
I tforwa'vard you a copy of Briig. Gen. Nel-
son's oficinai report. You umay rely upon
the f-ollowing as facts. Gen. Jesup had ar-
ranged witii tIhe chiefs of the cainp, near
Jupiter, to meet him in council on tile 20th
uhl., but they failed to attend, anJ from the
driving in of ponies and other indications,
lie believed they were preparing to fly to
the swamps.
The General determined that they should
not escape, and ordered Col. D. V. Twi,,g
of tine 2ud dragoons to secure titenm. ih
colonel arranged matter so dmlnirably that
ihe succeeded in taking every individual oi
tie miorniug of tile 21st.
Thlre were up'.vwards of 590, menc, wo-
mnc, and children ; and among them over
one hundred ani liftly warriors. In addi-
:2:i to ho""sc thiicr were taken 159 negroes,
about forty o;' W'" arc capable of bear-
inmg arms. So you perceive, lia C.. J
operations in thie vicinity of Jupiter inlet
have resulted in securing upwards of 600
prisoners, and silencing near 203 rifles.
General Jcsup was utip to the 27th of
March busily employx'l it disposing of his
prisoners, as hlie was anxious to push south,
in order to join Cul. Bankhcad, who was
in full pursuit of Samn Jones, and with some
prospect of overtaking lhin. The General
has admirably managed the whole business.
iThe force of tihe enemy is broken aad dis-
prited. and a.!! hands agree that lie has
done all than man could (1o, under the same
Extract of a letter, dated.
Fo!{T JUPITERI, March 27, 1839.
I dare say you have heard of our late
grab of five hluniIred Indians, which, inclu-
ding negrores, make uipward of 600 prison-
ers that the General lias shipped for the
west since the 'Tocliha-halchee affir, l- i-
leckhhadjo, and several other warriors hate
gone ouit to bring iu some inore of their
pe,)le, andi as this sub-chief is a young man
I bc!icve hn will be useful to Uis.
Camp Salems, near Charles' Ferry.
Ma4chi 11th, 1888.
Sir: hit obedience to orders, I took up
thie line of march from my can.p, left lUank
of thie Suwannee river, opposite Fort Fan-
nitng, oin the morning of the 4th instant for
Deadlnman's Bay. On tile morning of the
7th, after thoroughly scouring thie intcrnew-
diate country, and encountering much wv.
ter, produced by the recent heavy raics, I
reached the Steanhatchee river, within 6
miles of thie bay, that strewn inundatiun
tile country for a considerable extent.L
decmmed it improvident to pas without fiu-
ther apparent necessity. I turned oVfd
that stream for some two ilci, whuu qm
country bccame two soft and ,cie6pqs
further, when I directed mny course up. Mid
as ncar that stream as I could, bI" way of

i..:1 titii.lzS





tk ,S I ,.' IIS .11h1A ll 11Ill I rll ,:\
.a/. At .4
.ik~~ C)rK t!,ii Iv& w-,ioiV.
thi ii'jriii^,exillmh.' 'riti' dil c' rv
p i lt t l.. l,: ,il X u ii ',Ir li:. e '_ .
w t; I it li. iiiig th.e leas trace of oiv', ako.:-
for m-u)aths, except those six or eight who
c-'ossed tr.' S,"v "iii 'I t Clay lantdintg in
Ja.i i.lnrv 'tt, ana c )m nitte! those mur-
alr. in. MI I1- Florida which inave caused
&3-3rei'j a, c-< *'r : '*" n:':it.
i m -st h e i b' p:rnitt-i say that I
w4i trut a .v ,ir' of th apprehend led 1d viger
b.y ,thI citizaa3 of that section until I rmet
y-ou on the STv.ine, 1st of M\arch. It
is4 tr, that I disc vored in a fev days af-
ter tthe-marler-s were c) n.nitted, where
t*.,3 In h.li5s had crossed an- re-crossed,
and dxe nd p:ursa:t except to their retreat
fr iitl..s-, 'and I wil-add that I d6 noat be-
lie'.'c it it a.y ofvthe have been west
of the Sawannee this year, unless there be
a few n iv Coastantly on the coast. How-
ever, wheflther I have or not discharged the
duty assigned me by Gen. Jesup, that of
protecting the frontier, I feel canscioas of
having made faithful eorts. It is true
that I might have establish xl posts, garri-
soned -my troops, and waited tile approach
of the enemy, but I prefe'rred to meet him
in .his faster sses, an I destroy or caljptare
liimi when found. Although I have b'en
unlaky in profitable results, vet the ac-
co.npanvin:. m emoranduni, furnished by
my .iitri.-ri master, 'F if. )Rogers, will show
the number of miles we have mn irched, and
it must be biroe in mind that hie furnishes
the marches and counter-marches of the
trains with the command without any re-
gard to the detailed duty of the c-nmmandl
when with the trains, after leaving a bare
guard for the day and the command join-
.ing- a-t night. The various reports made
from tirnc to time will sustain the memo-
r~a d l, I -, -accou t ,b n
.randunis, hs account; -bing 1030 miles. If
we add only one fourth for the scouts,which
is 0nnw'ih too small, that part of my com-
imand immediately with my presence, since
the 19th Deccnmer, 82 days, have march-
e-1 and cuuiter-mnarehed 1350, or 16 miles
per day, including rest days ; built two
pickets, Forts Bak!er and Jenaiogns, bridged
\Vithlacoochee, at fnrt Clinch, Wacasassa
river, and numerous other small streams,
opened roads, &c. all of which show, I
hope, that I have not been idle.
I have the honor of being, with very high
consideration and respect, your obedient
Signed C. II. NELSON,
Brig. Gaaeral co:nmanding volunteers.

From tis Jacksonille Ciu-ier, 5't inst..
More A1t1,trd'rs.---i3v a letter to excel-
lent mayor, ',D. Do!, firomn his brother in
Alachtiv county, April 1, andI from the
bearer of the letter, Mr. Brooks, our worst
apprehensions of further--indeedl of con-
tinuted LacIndian murders, are confirmed.-
Thcv killed two Irishmen, on the place
that Brush-cleared on the Mica nopypondcl."
Signs near Camp Fanning are spoken of.
'" God only knows what we are to do ; but
still hope Jesup will be able to relieve us."
Hope deferred; and still further to be de-
ferred, as may be seen by the general's own
-Mr. Brooks gives the information that
rf yoJnieer!s were fired upon at Suwan-
nee, Old Town, and severely wounded;
thai I6dians have been seen at the Echeto-
kamy Springs,and signs about Fort White,
and near Newnansville.

Important from Texas.
The steam packet Columbia, arrived at
NeIw Orleans on March 2Sth, in 52 hours
from Velasco.
SThe Mexican bl)ockading squadron had
arrived in the waters about Galveston and
the mouth of the Brasses. The Texiaos
seem to look upan them with contempt.
The efficiency of the new currency, say
the N. 0. papers, is becoming every day
more apparent. Goods, which arc in great
abundance at Hlouston, can be readily pur-
chased with the promissory notes of the
government, at a small advance upon the
Oew Orleans prices.
Castro, chief of tih celebrated Indian
ttibe, has visited Houston to propose a
treaty with Texas.
Oab'age onu the Am", iclan Fia.-The
Columbia steamer on leaving Galveston
the 24th, discovered a brig and a large ship
making for them under a heavy pre.. jf
anvas. Tuey gave up the 'uasein three
hours. The Columbia then stopped at
Vela-sco,-and soon after stood for New Or-
leans. When ten miles from Vclasco, the
same vessels again gave chase. A letter
froin on board the Columbia says:
"The brig shot across our starboard
bow effectually to intercept our, flight it
;attempted. We kept the national colors
flyingg firB the moment we raised our an-
'chr iB the morning, also the private sit-
,hal of the Catumbia at the main. On di-
viding, in order to prevent our flight, at a
Jitte more !ibana musket shot distance, the
brig hoisted the, Mexican colors and fired
.aguj. loaded with grape and ball, which

passed within a short distance of us ; short-
Jy-Iv after n.)otlher gun with grape and can-
mister. which passed close under our bow;
ihie Aip at the same time hoisting her col-
ors, an.l being a very short distance from
.us ,fired a ball which fell on our starboard
iide; the brig again fired at us with grape
-and cannister, evidently aiming at our co-
lors. as one of the shroud connecting them
with the mast was cut through, and the
.ag at the, same time perforated by the
,ball. Although we were lying perfectly
.still.theengine-being stopped, and within
forty or fifty yards of the brig, these acts
violencee were manifested. Capt. Wriht,
filing justly inlignant at such a gross out-
raec to his country's flag, demanded what
they wantedofhim, and why they continu-
a-whe-was erni rely de 'ernce-
leMI4 ^'Wl fcplied, we w'ant ''ltir pt.i-
po.s. Capt. W. rejoined, come and get
sq, and G-d d--nyou if you fire anoth-
e r-hoatr nte, I'll blow you to hell.' Im-
nmediate!y. lhrc muskets with buck and
sugi wbere. fixed ,it;Mhim, as he stood alone
%by the whaehouse, on the forward deck.
- "At that instanit, the engineer let the steamn
'1 1%ar!y e-ape, vwhi'ch from its strange
mj1 al' ay ise-* to, these brave
MexipawluM usecd one and aHl; wit44 a soli-
tI 4W)Aibn, to fall Apdn their faces, ap-
i.yrewlding ts vc supposedd) that Capt.

.U nig't intended' to pitio li exec'ut'lon the
-threlit he uttered a few mrninutes previously.
Thus ended this encounter. Captain
Wright proceeded on his way triumphant-
ly without being searched.
A reward of $200 appears in the Texas
paper, for the apprehension of Win. 1I.
Ho)ward, horse thief.

M-4a 4^^mm

TalIahassee, April 21, 1S3S.
To C-'trespondn',s.-We have been compelled
to omit "Fiscal," this week for want of room.
We should be glad to have an inte-rview with,
the author previous to its appearance.
The eommuaication of "Johni Slocum," has
also come to hand. We think it is most too
The communication of Ansou" came too
We would call the attention of our readers,
to the interesting report of Messrs. Read and
Ware, Delegates to the late Augusta Conven-
tion. It was made in co:nlhiance with a reso-
lution of tle meeting at which they were elect-

Pie communication also of "A friend to tihe
Cr'd t System," will, we presume, be read with
Tie WVaSoer.-S nce our last we have had a
tflae rain, though probably not enough to meet
thc wants of the Planters. The weather also
con'.inaes cool. O. Thursi-ty niglit we were
v's'it-d by a slight frost, which hu ,vevcr, did lit-
tie injury.

I' '',''.'" Mtrke'.--Bacon, Ha'ns 20 cent.t,
Sides 15; Flour, Northern il 4 ., i, Western $1,.
Corn 1 75; Coffee 10 cents; Oats 1 235; Cot-
ton, 8 a 8 1-2.

B.znks, Credit, 4c.-The last year has been
an eventful one. Nearly twelve months have
expired, since the Banks of New-York sus-
pended specie payments, as did also most of
the Banks in ths Union. Upon the propriety
and necessIty of this course, with few excep-
tions, there was then but one opinion : and tho'
the subsequent measures of so:ne of these In-
stitations may have slightly changed public o-
pin'on in regard to their character, there are
few we presume, that will not adniit that a con-
trary course would not have increased the gen-
eral distress. The shock that agitated the
commercial world from its centre to its circum-
ference, found the banks ns well as individuals
unprepared for its sudd-nm and unlocked for ap-
proach. In this frightful emergency, when a
panic had seized the public mind, to an extent
that threatened to drain the banks of eve-
ry dollar, they wvere driven to the alterna-
tives of calling in precipitately, their issues,
being left with empty vaults, or suspending
specie payments. However mortifying the lat-
ter alternative, it was ,elected as thIe least evil.
The results of the choice are now before tIhe
country, and mnen can judge for themselves.
In the remarks that we shall submit upon these
subjects, it is not our intention to revert to the
past, no farther than may be necessary to guard
against future calamities. Indeed, after sub-
mitlting tha able articles of our intelligent cor-
respondent, ("A friend to tIhe Credit system,")
any thing we might advance, may be deemed
superfluous. But to free ourselves fr'omn mlis-
representations, and in order that our position
upon this question may be clearly understood,
we shall trouble our readers with a brief expo-
sition of our views.
That every system, wlmether human or di-
vine, is liable to abuse, and mnay be perverted
to the worst of purposes, there can be no doubt.
Tiat the credit system has often been abused,
is equally certain. We believe, that to the a-
buses and unwarrantable extension of this sys-
tem, may be attributed most, if not all of the
ills and distresses under whichli tihe country hIas
for the last twelve months groaned. And
here it may not be improper to examine into
tIle probable causes of the extension of this
system. Tliat the veto and opposition of the
late President against tihe charter of tIhe Uni-
ted States Bank, may have contributed to this
result, we think there can be but little doubt.
We will not stop to decide upon the propriety
of this Veto, though if the President believe'i
that Institution unconstitutiom'".t., it l h. s
right as well a his 'at" tj oppose its existence.
iat the fri';;,i8 of tho Veto should not have
,directed their opposition so exclusively against
the United States Bank, as to loose sight of the
dangers that might arise from an undue exten-
sion of the credit system, by the multiplicity of
State Institutions. In their eagerness to pros-
trate the mannmmoth, they seemed to have for-
gotten that its expiring agonies, would call in-
to existence, a host of kindred monsters, which
would, unless properly restrained, affect col-
lectively, what tlihirfearful predecessor threat-
ened to accomplish individually. They should
not only have opposed the National Bank, but
any measure that would increase the number
of local banks. Besides, these petty institu-
tions were selected as thedepositories of the im-
mensc sums of public money which accrued
from thie sale of public lands, thus presenting
thIe temptations to reckless expansions. Lit-
tle Banks "in the wilderness" with a capital
of a few hundred thousand dollars, and that
perhaps fictitious, were put in possession of
twice that amount of the public treasure, which
was available, temporarily at least, for purpo-
ses of speculation. The friends of these In-
stitutions, and perhaps the relatives of their
officers, saw the field of speculation white for
the harvest, and that a liberal loan was only ne-
cessary to realize immense profits. The coun-
trywas soon flooded with paper--'money plenty,
credit good-splendid investments, business
brisk, even Gen. Jackson was deceived, and
congratulated his fellow-citizens upon the gen-
eral reign of prosperity. How this glorious
tide was created, few could tell, but it appeared
to be bearing every one "on to fortune." Even
the loafer, began to look up, and behold in thme
distance, wealth approaching to his doors, drag-
ing in its train luxury and ease. Industry and
economy were obsolete, and a man who labored,
was termed a fool. This was a most glorious
and unlocked for state of things-a bright era
in the world's existence-one that threatened
at least au invasion upon the scriptural maxim
thut "ma must gaim hiis bread by the sweat
of his brow." But this delightful vision was
soon itaterr'tpted. A tremendous re-action
took pl-ce--and the public found that an ill-

regulated and extravagant credit system, wh!st

it had iriac~tfn~ w rich, had consigned tolfoss, "-
ruin and poverty, the many--that it had erea- MIARRIED," .. 'rl,
ted and fed the spirit of wild speculation at the In Decatur County, Georgia, on the 12th f Hhid-'. sulifii"e'rtinomR kAlf, l-. .f. W'NN., .a Caudid., tbto C vei.
expese of the public good. We say, that we Inst., by the Rev. J. W. Mann, Mr. MARCUS i4;.,. h.luhlder aS .Mli M rc l''
exes ofth:pblc oo. e ay J B.i'!",ofSu"tr.isrit'.Cri.' hsky nlr 'I
believe the present embarrassed condition of P. B. BRANTLY, Of Sumpter District S. C., to hd '.p. i N.'O.uga.' 7(r 1 are-t -
our country, is owing to the imperfections of Miss HARRIETr L. Daughter of He.ury E. 10 Bbls. N.rh,'.hi.a,-S'.- EnV We. rnN-,o., ais.)an1'.
our banking system; and the abuses which Homre. 15 Do. No. 2 aniAekrA (supfaior,) Con',. ,,, ]il|i.l t1rjJl,.
have been suffered to enter into the administra- 10o. Pickled errin", larh
lion of these institutions. These abuses have IIDIED, 5 b Kegs No. 1 LwArd, K We are utriz to m .
been owing partly to the lameness of legal re- In this City, on Monday te 9th inst., MRS. | 10 Boxebls. b est New.Ark Cidert, RoT. We ar authoried to mettiobll ,idO.
SAAH cnsrtofAlxade F Dra Eq t ?1 Boxes Cuba Preaei'ves, assortedd, ROwT.BvrLEal. as a ('! Ri~
strictions, and partly from a want of proper SARAH, consort of Alexander F. Duval Esq., 20,00 Feet White Pine Lumbel, tion, from L'on County. V '^
vigrilance on the part of the people. Te parer aged 41 years and three months. Her friends Just received and tMr Sale low, in lots to suit pFur -
the sources of all power. They can grant or sorrow, but they "sorrow not, cven nas others cbhabr3s, by CKWOOD & MW, are a'n-th.irzed, ,o annonc/06efib
withhold corporate privileges ; andcan accom- which have no hope;" theyhave hope. Hope SLOCKWOOD &A McNAUG'. I. G. SEACY, as a Candidate for the Conven.
pany their grants with suitable guards and re- i longsriousess previous to het t. a, April 21,-23.t3. lion, from Leon Count: March..
straints. last illness ; from her humble resignation in Patent Chemical
That a ell regulated credit system acts as a that illness; and l'oin her love and joy maui. YEAST POWDERS. Capt.J..N. PAR [DU 'Iillo
That wel rc.ulate creit sstem cts ed, to repreqsont~cli~rson county in the Cgo.
stimulus to every branch of industry, there testing the presence of the Saviour to its end pqHnESE POWDeRS are an admirable substitute 'etor me a State, Con ioutvioh. ,
can be no doubt. It was under this belief, that She died. Their hope is that she hliveth, liveth -[ Ibr YEAST, i ina king all kinds of Batter veanon, toh
the sage Franklin, t at his deceased, a fund the song of the redeeinlt forever. -- CaAc, and have the advantage over that nrliclea4 u rii i. t,,)
the sagA Franklin, left at his deceased, a fund making the Batter perfectly light and ready for Ba-
Tg instantsthecarepmixe1.,Be183i.atiande are authorized t
which was to be loaned to such, as promised by Talking iet.a B ttheyr are mixed Buckwheat and e authorized to aounce, ,
their industry and worth, to invest it to profit. In this place on Sunday last, Mrs. ANN Lov- other ('akes, when' i inde with these Powders, are SAMUEL PABnILi, as a. .mddate lof 11
But when banks, which derive th.iir corporate ISA, wife of Mr. T. J. FRENCI, nged 28 years. less ky to disagree with the stomach than those Convention, from lon ountv.
nado will Yeast ; and as it r!quircs but a few rini- "*".r: ''

privilege s from the people, become institutions ni,-d.e--u iv i- pari for Bakini, the possibilie.y of ever fe ,i
utes to prepare for Biking~, the possibili y of ever ____
of favoritismn-scattcring largely and profusely P1ORT OF ST. MIARKS. having them SoUR, is entirely avoided. For sale by K-' \\W, ar aulh,,n.icl Io nmmurie* O'h
their favors oni tlhe r:tght hian, anid witihiolding ARRIVED. VADDEL, RANI)OLPfl & LEWIS. JO P. D AL, as a Candidate for the Con.
them entirely on the loft-they arc to be rep- April 12.-Brig Statira, Babbidge, from New April21-23-ttf. *r
Srobate and rused. ork, to Kerr & Kirksey in ballast. STIRAYED v"t0IO.
rbate and rsed. 13.-U. S. Steamer Marion, Ryedyk, from -KNTO) the enclosure of the uudersigned, a small We are authorized Lo uawluuute. *'p s
Banks to subserve the public goodI, must be Pensacola. Mousa Coloured MI|le, which tho owner can REYNOLDS, Esq. of Mico.uky as .C I
established oil a sure atan sound has;s-not on Schlir. Joseph Hankey, Edmondson, from 9al- have ou application to mny overseer Mr. Scott. for the iConvention.; WmAreIB I) .
a fictitiouscapital. Theyshould dSise can- timiore, indize, to sundries. J'AMES GADSDEN. _- _
tiouslvy, buto eqa:tabily their favors. They should 14.-BrigOnly Sonii, Allen, from Mobile, 38900 Wacissa, Apiril ,'I, 1S3.-23-X2'2 07 We are authorized to aunounice the
encourage the honest aid industrious, by mo- tbusne!s Corn, 200sacks Salt, 10 Bbls Molasses, lS-' L0N. lion. JoNx BRtA4-C, as a Caudidate for the
and 1 cask IHams.
derate dis'.ouiats, and not l vish upon a few fit- 1S r Alert, Long, from Suwannee .nOM thec PIan-ibn of the subsc.iber, residing Convention. M a e
Cv- His-er, jnlt on h~IP Iear Moniticcl 10, acli~iele be ondo! White's z Weaeutridt--'onc
vorites all their bounties-theiy should afbrd ev- Iiver, put in for wood, on hier way to Apalach- on the o aadiet -olloa' Storee a Bay r authori.d ti, ica 1iuy, as r e
cry facility fbr the transaction of business. In icola, with a detachment of Georgia Vohlun- Horse, about lin Va" old, 11 i nds and three JOIIN TAYLOI, ickasuk, as ii.
short, they should be so controlled in all their tcers, A r inches high. Just above t.i- hJioof is a little white date for the Convention. Mar 3.
operations, as thit they anl the people, in Schr. Azula, Mureh, from New-York, 6b hair oa one ot thle hindlegs, iniludinga part of tie
operations, ,s tat they an thehoof, has a long tail, pace and totswell under the OK We are requested to announce pn.
alike be benefitted. Instituttions thus regula- Schr. llariet Smith, Sliherman, from New-Or- saddle, carries a high hiead. LEIGIi READ, as a Canudidate for the-Con-
ted. we believe are public blessings, and they leans, mdze. to sundries. 'Tie subscriber will give a llibc-i. reward for his I vention March 3.
will always nimct our corial w('ll-wishes-- 10.--Brig Atlantic, Hatch, fro'n Charleston delivery to himn, or for auy inlorm.iu'ivn Fo tbint lie C ,l ti
those however, that are reoarl up) merely to i n blh4,,1,1t. 'he A, fell inii with a sloop, called may obtain him. YK Capt. DANIEL BYiD, if elet*f
te ie ,ares of up f ewa the -Chrtc' frm ama y ds.nasted, w!'.:. ZACIIAITIAII E 'ILEY. served to represent the county of Jeffersa iin
suOserve the interests of the few, at the ex- rnson board passengers and crew.- April 21, .- the Convention, to form a State Constitof6c.
pene f he an, e ~h!alay ~ 26 pronsci baardl passengers and crew.- April 21, the Cnventon, t
pensc of tie many, we wil! always oppose. Capt. Ilatehi took 12 of the passengers on board rIANBlABJlltIlS.- Ii beautiful oru'r for Mfarch 10.
These hasty remarks ar'e not intended to bear his vessel and brought them to this port. and .J sale by
upon particular inst:tut'ions, the sloop proc.eded towards Apalaclhicola. P. P BAIIIIYDT, 0 :We are authorized to annnoutfce C .
-- ]8 --eihr. c-i'. Warren, Colly, from New- April 14, 133S.--2f D PITTMAN as a candidate for Colonel 1X :
Cd. DoxniCg.-\Ae would refer our readers Y ork, in Ballast. II t lRINtI.-Fresh No. I Herring very i n andant of the 3d Regiment of Florida iu-
to an Article in to-day's Watch'nan, f'ro;i the Ar 11 t 1asdk cieap for sale by in. March 31, 1838.
April11 l. S.Steamr-r Marion, RDARHYPT. 31 X48
Apalachicola Gazette, relativc to the course of fur Taiipa' with U. S. mail &c. D P. BARIYDT. ,
our "disting-aished and patr.iolc" Delegate. At Steamner New-Castle, Lewis, for New-Or- Tal!ahass-e, April 1.t.-2:f. At the solieitation of a nunberoff ds,
the time Col. Downing was before thie people leans. Passengers and 92 bales cotton. 20 IDOLLAIA IS!kWAtlD. Coi. Jas. GADSDEN, consentsto-servc,if elect.
for their suinrages, we were aapprized of' his S;lhr. Bunkerhill, Warren, for New-York ANAWAY fro:n tl. e S ibscrilbecr on the rStl. cd, as a member of the Convcntioh, from ef.
hostility to tiue Srtate we ,wer buriet wo h 272 bales cotton, 209 Ilides and Skins, 13 bales SV inst. t-.vo Negro Girls, 'eiiah aad.aiz- fcrson county, to frame a State Gonstitutiou..
hostility to tie Staffe lniurc, but v3 little nlos-, t) sundries. cy, 'l'cnah is a )cllowv gir!, ageh abuoit 2.J year ; "
thought, alt;'r the peol ad so uaiioL'. Steamer Arab, vnder, for Suwannee Su- Nancy io a b!ic-: gir!, ag-d about 15 years. ''he March 10..
t har above rewrerd will be -ithfsr tho appnrehension
uttered their voice in its support, that lihe would wannc1 iv er, ndic. to Put iam and others. ai (l7-We arf request toannounca Mau,
have had tiei19-Sloop Opera, Davis, for New-Orleans. and de!iverv of the aboLe negroes inter any Jail i ll We ore requested to announce Maj.
lavehad tl assurance to oppose it at \Vash- 1J'rso-i or Lcon- ('on, C or at my farn in Jefter- GEO. T. WARD, as a Candidate for the Con.
ington. To use the lanlg .-ig, of tlie iteIlgngelnt 1son County, near .Gla. liner's :orro. venlion. March 8.
Ed;torof the aette, we had a right to expect t0RE oiIIT oJ MOllN CARNEr.
t oa t wn houda r t otexpect Fthl Treasurer of the CGty of T~dlahIi7sbe, April :21-3'. Qc.i- We are authorized to aunounce.Gen.
that lie would represcn our sentmni-ts," not P 0 from i s au try to 3l t March 1'S33. B -ing
as and rdt I-our coun-ry. In common t rt Quarte Rport, for tie ear 1S33. -A LIST OF ITTEIIS reminung in T1 in 'As BRowx, as a Candidate for the C ate a- no o)>frirt.e I thc Post Office at 'allalhiassee, on thie irstdav vtentiot, from Leon Counly. March 31.
wth every oilier prira!c citizen, it was hils privi- T Caih reeiTe-d of S. hI. Co'.ir.aey, C:ity Marshial. of April, 1:33, and not before advertised.
le-gc to hold and express his opinions on tlihe I cb. 6, 1S3:I3. 1 Alston, W\7. 3 Miller, \V. C. 5 Oj-'- Col. AnRA:I BELLAMY will serve ife.
saiPject-to gnve his assent or dissent to the h-or 'i c.Xi Pu'lc S'iow. & -- 0'1 ) Arms!ead. (;e:i. \. 2 MicGhce, J. C. 2 elected, to represent Jefferson county, n te
1 For C:orporattion f[Jxs,.b 1.:}7, 81 00 vrt o.J I~,JW ovnin ofaeaSaeCniain
mncasure-but lie lias no right to use that iniftlu. Io 1h.T x, r A'veret, Col. Maun, J. W. Convention, to frame a State CQnotitutiou.
I MArl ch29.
cuce, however s:nall, which lie has derived from For Tax o. l'ab!ic Show., &c. 0 Averet, Mr;. 1'. Mitchell, I. \V. March 10.
thie people, to contravene their measures or For Corporaiion'Taxcs. for 1l37, 159 75 Adison, J. Moore, W. -
l)revent the con.sumnation of their wisles. l, Rceived from Simon uFrazicr, for Liconec /7 5( Ashley, H. Mannii g, J. LISlT OF LETTELS
S to oeail Spiritn,,oi, Liquors, till April, o l, Michli D AINING in the PotOffizle, lncy Eh ,
If' we are correctly inforined, i the course of Mr. Fron D.ivies & Kiildois, ,do. do. 5 00 t1 idaiDonDtheltA dayAofA pril 1838,owhietnic I
D. must be reprobated b tie honest and intel- B.dilancc due T''reasurer !or advances to this \ Akia ,Dison, t aken out before the lirst day of July next, ili-
ligent of all parties. After the question of date, 43G 33 Anderson, (G. Malloy, J. sent to the GeUncrl Post Office as dead Let,. *
t or io Sate l beenth- q o b- Allen, M..s E'. Moore, W. T'I'.. Arnold, A. Kenan, T.:J.
State or no State," lad been fairly placed be- 72:- Abbertson, J. Mecrs, R. Adams, Kirkland, Ral
fore the people, (thle highest trnbunai that could Cr'. i A*tkison M. Miller, R. S Borjoh, Antonio King, Rober$..
be appealed to,) for their dleciseon-after their B a d 'r p rockenbrouh, IIMabrev E Byrd, Jessel Lorimer, J."s T
1.1 i i i i i 1 1 Br ilance deiert adenihercf eiso hdben1--r fBiount, l~hilip Lewis, Sunan,
deliberate 'nd enlightened decision hald been port, and settlement miadc 3Jth Dpc. 1,3-. i:25 3) 3Breose, A. Moorc, T. Burnton, Win. Lan, Henry2
announced, and their Legislators had taken the Mlarci 1 1.-'S. Brunaso.i, J. S. L McCollum, Miss N. Bush, J. W. Linton, Lilcy A.
inccesaary steps to carry their decision into cf- By C shi p-aid Knowlcs & Iatchliizi. f-,r i Brown. P. McCauley, W. Bell, L. J. & Co. Linson, Win.
]'l~tigNo. 1. i B0300
fect, the Honorable Colonel, musut, by ,rniWpre- i"i Berry, \W. Nicholsoa, M. Bagnell, J. L. Lanier. Augatllu -,
Marchws e tBrand, J. Nash, Rev. M. Brown, J. C. Iatthews m4u .I
senting the Territory, throw obstacles in the By Cash paid D. C. Wilson, amount of his ? i ro Nan A LCrosby, John Martin, Ailhibalt
way of the achievement of their object. WVe Account, No. 2. 50 75 Brown, J. B. 2 .Norman, J. A. L. Croor K ur -
heard it proclainied, wlihen he ,was before the By Cash paid R. I1ywari,, f-r hir, ofrhi nds Iat's, C. Osbern, 't Croomr, Brvan- LcLcan, Juhy
p-eople, that lie would only represe-nt the i mrto work o; streeLt. N. 3 5 5j 03 Brcxs-(er, L. W. It. O'-Ncal, Miss M. A. Carlton, C. G. McDonald, Jno-
of Pethe e; and time l yas 'shown that tlie nss:.r- By ip Ji]Jhn W. L wimu.'. ir m -i. 0 Bvy1. Ollens, Meridith B. Clark, Willis 2 McCall, Jte s
we -r king C)fiuis br p mp Ir, N .I. .) Br an. Oa ford, C. Clarke, i. C. W. Mcrid e,
tion was not without foundation. His patritl- B C islu p,1l l) ii I I- A. h v.., i u ., C. W .idea-o.t0 B-, (
ism and public spir.t,cannot longer alinit of of 'nis acc't. as CitO N Mtr.iall. N. 1 Ib idgunuli,(, -. Powell, Mrs. V. Costom, eo. Melac, CO.. E,.
.... (.:aig l~. JA. owel, .F.Colemnan, Jauties ,Kensie, Alex.-
doubL IThe people fully appreciate both, and r7 0 ( (nr.adr. A. Powettell, LB. F Doyle I. J. 2 yick, J. T.
Oil Can'~tads'. 1. Pottece,L. C. DOlI.J ~rick, T.[
will, should an opportunity be again ofr2r!d, THOMcA.S ..\V.r \I Parker, L"'c Dickson, Edward Norwood & ParraMeB*
wlpay thea proul r tribute. Tb-e gairr of iied Ci'tio ( i. -. Parker, La'der. Dilwvorth, Geo. Owens, John
St a i t April 31, 1 :3.-23.-tf C (rstci, McK. Penny, I tmas, Davidson, I. II. M. Owens, Solomon
Some of our opponents have, on s-voral oc- iNA )LUl ri70N.( ;Clark, V. L. 2 Rosc. 11. D. El', Doctor Pasely, 'Thomo j.
S eo ou itntortte h o Ic- Im.r., lIo 10 e.i. Chappell, Mrs. C. Rcgan, It. Elliott, James M. Pitt:naa, Owen5 5
casions, charged us with islig to agl:tc at r E rsi ('a.rlton, I.. Simm:is, J... F ord, J. J. Quattlebui, Samu '
this early period, tlie subject of the next Dele- 1 i the S ,u'.cri,,r-. uwir the firni of h; trhii v. & ( 'o lr-, -v, Shirer, A: .. Fletcher, J. Rose, tu Sh
gate's election. This charge is V.thouut the ( "^G':i) thi. dv di so!, .l lh n.t ,s:,;.J. -, Fitzgrarl, F. IRu Andrew
The h l in .s w ill i'm tfi'r., b- c tili]C t b. I- 1. 1'. C hapiitl-.l, > :i0 J. G Sim pson FuJ. F tzger ald, u T r
'I'le Ii~l-'i Wlli~lC )IdI~tJ V IhGr.4v, 'rhDouaa% Seabrook, J. 11.
least foundation. No one, wotul.l deprecate its lirhiv.t w.o mVrill -sttl a!l t;l b ill*-s- of Ll- 1, d Davis. iCulleit, Savag,, MI. D. r, a abreok, J. .
premature agitation more than ourselve-. Long flinnl." ]). 1'. H.RII DT. : Dl. B. Spear, A, 9 .u"un, Sr. Spindery, Hyrn m
T,. (1) ..... a .B per ,21Geary,It. S. Spivy, John
caInvasses, we hiava always regarded, us. j T n '-W..AIIe, II riI llp'ler, W'. .ai-,S. -t'W. C. Sp Lorcr
less and pernicious, and therefore would br l.. iG i .. 13, l.: 3'..l2ilv-, Sill, J.. Gilchrist & Kenan, Stephens, G.
the last to recommeniniid them. We do no,. '-^o- I Pl'rOV'3io"-Jl S0i', Dorse, J. I. SpeighlitJ. IHarrison, H. L. 6 Thurinand, James
at present, who will be cn'.Jdida.t : When w. i rgj.lE Sbecriber will far.fii all whio miy h..1i Dat, ',lhrg. N. ,:uith, T. A Harrison. Win. ', Edward ..-
do, we shl'dl pr'b ibl", ikc every oth.-r per-onl, _oi lir w..ith Groceries and Provisioul% ly, I)r. II. Threat, Horace B. Hairriso, 0I. Rio Twiem J, WLewS
go for th.t unr we lEke best. Our reunarks Up- oi th.-: best q:l.lli'y, Iow: "or c il., at tle olh t id o-ui oumitun, w-. Taylor, Ge;orge M1. Hawkins, J. W;c. Vinx, .M1rgar. t J.
t the Corner of \V.ishingto:i-.siiir :; ;n( M[aur,.st3ream l-'ontainc, P. ''liin rslev, P.J. lJxt, r I!. \V lhite, David "
on Mr. Downing, were elicited by the high- D. P. B4R|IIDT. h Fisher. i. [. T'urmter, Richard B. Howse & ilolleman, Vinl Thomu "
wrought and silly eulogies of sonue of Ihs Tahlahiasee, April 21-2 it' H. r Jl l iu .lani. C. W illl, 3. H.
friends; and the harsh remarks of sonic of *jBA4O..-Kapt coslstanilv on huand ani-i.d r k'orsvll), l{. Vrackton, G holland. M. Wilson, J. M.
those who differed with ns in opinion, led sU .s1, by Fly-nn, T. ewVicksrsEzkiels Ho,'on, J. T. 2 WVilson, James !,
opnoD. P. BA~tlIVT. !Gaa, E. Vicders, E.ekie ilowsn, 3. '1. 2 Wilhon, $amesV.
us to state .somc of his cl-iros for their sup- April 1 t-- -22-tf pL Windyr, Iron, 3. C. Wyatt, 1It "
port. We would be tie last ;o detract from the ; Grsr, A. Wither, I. I Vm. B Warren .
Colonel's merits or intluence; for conscience L01 R.--r"oshu and sweet" forB.', l. (|ray, J. D. or W. Wtetters, W. Joires, Dr. S.F. W Witherrc, iB. .
knows, he has nouc of either to spare. April I l-22.f. h: llohnet, Capt. 3. A. Woodruff. J. Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth W% hiding, Co1i." t'
--- All ...-Prn i -, --" -- urger, D. Y. Wright, T. Kersey, Budd WV'akrr Charlqj
_A I..) .., T ll.--Pinmc Ioaf Lir, k-rit con.!-,tn;ly lur ][ris,.A. i. \\iliams R. KPUaIII D. L.
The M:'xican fleet, consisting of two brigs Ij salc, by llhiirns,.A. IL. Williams, ar. iu-, J. LC. r GrVN, P .Ml
and a corvette, Ias beem for several d-'vsinsight | .p. r.n RnVUT. I c s, 0 Wullden, Martha, j April T, 138.-21.3t. '
of Velasco. The Steam-Boat Columbia was April 1.1-22-if l ills, S. M. Wescom, Israel,
chased amd fired at, but we understand that she I Ul I ;TTlll.--Go-luen and i$estenri by fle- tanl nniton, J. 1Vihllh Jontlha"u, !* t,. For New.Yerk. .
escaped unlrt. There is ito doubt of thme truth 01poud or Keg, kept constantly on hlnd i ,v lHluter, Mrs. (C. V. Whilfield, G. i ^ r7IHE BTigf ltltirs wai i,,oe
esaped unhurt. There i UO doI ub op thetnr-tih]r Jlmlines. Miss IE. \\Viusbow, E. /. A',, Jtthe 1st of May for New Mkrk-
of the fact that our ports arc blockaded by this Ir D .P. JA"hn"'Ion 'j'.. j r Jonathan, of 'gc oI.. l to Ket 6Kr
flotilla. Will thIe executive deign to itiforni us A ---.---t' J ," T.- \der, Jnta, M u p-gy or tIic y oe&i.
:tALEIIA.Tl'.- -Ahl who, -i~hi t-o atgood Tmattlkii, W. Whiite, Rot-. M. H. s'.y, or the Captain.-
what iteasures they have taken to secure our bread, should hate ml. ]"or sale h y Lit tiogso:, W'. W hitnulrst, April 1-1, 1e38.-22-L 2t -.
las Aprdiul latt 1I. C. SEARC', P. -I SALE OF TOWN -
commerce against the rapacity of these out1 -- 2A--DA. pril 14--22-.t. G -V. A OF T
law ?- -il14 -2-tf- '2'Zi,, Ui _, UU 55 ,. :

1F'rom the Apa-acli icfla Giz c/e.
The following extract ofa hItler from Wash-
ington City has been placed in our hands with
a request for its publication. Though the fact
stated (does not very much s'.tir rise Ius-as it
had becii generally understood that not only
Mr. Downing himself but many of tIhe puloliti-
ciauns of his section of tihe Territory were op-
posed to our taking tihe rank of a State-yet
it was hoped Ithat Ine would so far have waved
his private feelihngs, as to have represented the
Territory fairly and honestly ii this matter.-
Tlhe voice of Florida is almost utmanimous upon
this subject ; at;d wve do not tiniluk it strictly
honorable in cwr delegate at Washinigton City
to endeavor to defeat thIe wishes of his constit-
uuents by underhanded and indirect move-
Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Wash-
ington, to his correspondent in Florida.
"It will, I thiak surprise you to be informed
that your delegate, Mr. Downing, is using the
little influence he possesses here, to defeat the
wishes of tlie people of Florida in becoming a
State. IHe sacers at the idea of your poputla-
tione being sufficient to cntitle you to that rank
or that your resources are sufficient to enable
you to defray the expense, even if you had the
population. At a crisis like this, when every
southern mnn should feel an interest in giving
the South tier full influence in tine councils of
the nation, this course of Mr. Downinig ap.
rcears to ;nc strangely unnatural.

M LUSTA l D.-A g,.,od article, and strong
A For sale by the bottle or dozen, Iby
April 14-22-tf
D I itED PIEACI.ES.-A nice article
sale, by
April 1 -t-22-tf
C POIIIALS. of all kinds, a dclicioiis drug
Call at D. P1'. BARIUYD'IS.
Apr.l 11-22-tf
A GlAI.lS.-First rate, anti warranted to dr
N.. without the hllp of horse power or lbli-ter pla
ter. Sold by D. 1'. BARIIYDT.
IUGAR, Cofflec & Toa, at
April 1-1-22-tf.
R AISi.'VS.-A goId article of Bunchl, for s.
D. r. Dn.IKYDI'.
April 14-I-L-tf.
dILARlT IVINE.-A superior articlo,
sale by
April 1,1-22-tf.
)IME.-White, clean and nice, lbr tule
P ICKLES, of ;ill kinds. Cil oni
Atri'.. t--5.'f

II ouSA St e S oe.1 I a
B t-Kl-ATf ir -f 6=0lIj" i C
.iW K Will take place, on the rowie ou 31se
This 'fl%w-n is Pleaschtlv stuated ab&Abelv
L.U bU h be.ici ':i. and done to pressm and op- 'ilobs ITo'n is lce h, -7 SP
1 s pres tha interest ofPlantel-.. rThe undersign- nl 't of wh.t is co.identd the lic.aA
for ed, prpoe iby the introduction of Acesr. I'ayne &. BI.rt s-,ii. th. i aw no Bwlnero i
Jatuuary's I story, in a nieaasirc to relievo them, so far at uny rate Cherry lak' tiighbooml]s, t
as relates to BDiling and compressing Coitn ti 'The Trrms of Sale': Oae-f-adrtl i tsix- nmlt^w l
machine is simple and cheap in i c-,in-ri'ion foith in lw1ve aornths oaeA'otuth in two yeati and
,ht. The wliele cost of one will not excood $50. thie one.fourthm in tlhro years. Bond a.ndeapik-.M..e
rite included, and %.ith vix or oight liinds, without purity, beaing uLatmt, will be r, "irod of V^
horses or mules, will do the btsins ofthr'e or fwoir ch MrSat H're (w V M.,1Wi2rdf
screws in the ainnc timo, and can easily bei construct- April 14,-2-tf. u u:. -
stw ed under a shlied nttchod to the Gin-.hlouse, will last *'HI
is. twenty or thirty years, or a lifetime, without repair. DISOIXLITIOW. i.,
The press hais o far supplanted the screw in MVisis.- i Hr eno.partnervLrp bhrttore za &a*
sippi and clisowhere,, that it has been generally i- I Tflrm or MeRaey & IHaw.& Ithi.dIay div-.
troduced. I'For the performnanc o of ono ecroctoedi| ed by mItWluIt eonW. Ml il B il s idId ft a
Burke county, G"o. see the Augusta Chroniclo and sai f'",ethlo by notoor iH"o ae .eosu O.aLI-.
Semtinel on thIe snbject. Also, oneuc on tite plaa i ed tomke immnediV.A palyaiCStt t.8-1 imi11
tion of Mr. R. Whittakcr, of this ouuty. We will is fo lly mathorit o dtMoeto rill doWls dma thbi ,
give pcrsoinal sttentiou to tho erection of pisses and and -tivo dich e.I'I. .44 'A- :
vending riti &c.'in time to praes nxt fall and win- Tilo hii s. ill emrtafltr will be conltiaued t
ale tcr, in the T'F rrito rv and Gcurat rianter M windo t G corL 1". itAW is. 1". iin
screws will do well to call auid eacauine this innchiuneo 1)
b ifoi biling. I
.E piRIN & PROCTER, T.,l *r .., Aprl' h.-?.ir. -,I
-"ER.N* Agecnisfor Flonr, iihia,.r. fi. s_ ^ i
for April 12. l1 l-i 22 tf t to 6 It0 .Judi; I C U tV
rl'Ixr I;'EN DOLILAURS El.WAItD. Court, for letters of AdIminiitralin on oM e i t"
R A NAWAY from the 8ubscrilber, on the 21st. Light 3T. Tutv-mid, IV 0 sf (vz' 4rjfmB
March laIst, a MuIat@ to WOm am, ,f f GD A
r C d Tenah. !god about 19 yoorT, *ho It 4*w anid iApri !l.-1,2.t .
iwell madu, amid very 'qick spoken. Tbho*Wv rr'.
wnrd will be giv-n or teo apprehetkhioni aond delir. "OT I'- '-Thxinpe
em- oh t luo slM0n' ,anied negro into any Jilltu JAIto rflt .i iW3-' -e-tt, mimfetl Tai*'I ?. rSi-fndI-
soii or Loon Countites, or at my fAiimii. hil i A iN i, -nWMIY l "M*
t- 1 o2J 'A' A'r: I. o't $.
3,.Ilerzon A".-,nI -, A'r .---2', t'. rI .-o .



.1 .. ..

"Leoi County Court.
Wm, C. Miller & 1
"orO niu", 'Attdciment for 79 dollar
!.,Ing 4adia ;1. i and 67 cents. Summons f
fnatme and style of 8 *200: Rturnable March
Mailer- 'Piitnam, Term.
T "fj '"" fl %
Tin. Jeff, Greene. J ;
fPI kE dofendmnt andi .11 other parsaons interestP
.-i.ara hureby notiii -d ofthe institution of the above
zt., .litii...E, and are required to appear an
poKI to tha oclhr.ti.ja filed in said case.
l r ~Attorney for Plaintiff.
Kefli 10".16-3-11.. -

SCountuly Court-41 Leon County.
.. 1 "Assumpsit;: Attachment,
-Iliaml Manqr, dollars, summons ad. re. f
r?. 330O dollars damage, issued 7t
.telis Lyasard. Dec. 1837, returned t, Marc
^ e J Term, 1838.
FINHE Defendant in said case, and all others i;
VA terostedwill take notice of the Institution
riid suit by attachment as aforesaid, and they a
required to appear and plead to the declaration file
In "ad case, according to the statute in such cas
nactind provided.
c. 9;837.Itf Attorneys for Plaintiff.

N OTI'CE.-Six months after date I shall al
Sply to the Hun. Judge of the LIon Count
tkomrt, tb.r a-Vimciaarg.) from the administration e
he estate of-Joshua Croom deceased.
Ncw. 18, 1837...6m.
-.OTICC--'-i% mntlis from date I will apple
tl t.) ho IHon. R. H. Long, Judgo of the Count
CoirL of Jackson County, to le) disehargod from th
lirtlinr management of the estate of Alexander A
D::llamy, lite of said county, deceased.
7'1riinna, Jan. 1, 1838-8-m6
SMonths after date, I shall apply to the Hon
.F3 Jidgo of the Jeftbroon County Court, for a di
ghargo firoml the administration on the Estate
Jaute' Jr poks, deceased.
Jelfforson county, Nov. 1, 1837.-51-.m6

MOTI'CE.Tho .subscriber has this day obtain
Sed L-tters of Administration on the estate o
o W. Kiig, deceased, of Gadsden county. A
p'rsamis, having demands against said estate, wi
present thi-m within tho time prescribed by law, o
they will b. barred ofrecoveary. All persona indebt
ed, will inake iomnodi tae pmaymnat to
Jan. 12,"

NOTICE.-Six months after date, lhe suhbscr
bier will apply to tha /on. Judge of Gidsde
"uuinty Court; for a discharge from thle estate o
Daniel Campball, dee'd of said comity.
P"b, 5-13-tf.
8IX Montlihs from date, I shliall apply to the Judg
o 6f G dsden County Court, for a discharge froe
the 65tato bfMark I1. McHau.
.... J. F. POTTS, Ada'r.
,Oct. 21, 1837.-51-m6.

OTICEr.-...'The subscriber having obtained
letterrof administration on the estate of Joseph
W. King, deceased, Ilto of the county of Gadsden,
hwoeby-notitias all persons indebted to said estate
to make immediate payment to S. B. Stephens,
Es q'. of Quincy, and all persons having claims
'si the Ustatl, will present them duly authentica-
i, within tihae time prescribed by law, or their no-
lice will be ploa.l in bar of their recovery.
Quincy, Fob. 24---t8.
V OTICE.--..SiN months after date 1 shall
I .present to the Judge of Gadsden county-Court
my accounts and vouches for final 'settlement of
the estate of John Collins, deceased.
Quincy, Fob. 24+---6n.
1N .TICE.-All parsons indebted to the estate
M YP ter Petorson, deceased, are'requested to
make fmmedodidi.te payment, and those having claims
against said estate will please present them duly au-
thenticated. '.
"- A. GREEN, Adm'W'r.
March 24th 1837,-19-t4.
N OTICE.-At the next term of the County
Court of Gadsden County Florida, the subscri.
boher will apply to the Htbn. Judge of said court for
a discharge from the eAstat of Aquilla Bruton dec'd.
f said County.
March lihiih 1838.-19-31n.

N OTIC E.-Thirty days from the date hereof,
we shall apply to the Hoen. the County Court
tf'Leon County, for leave to sell the real estate of
Charles A. Nelson late of said county deceased.
March 24thh 1838,-19-5t,

IN consequence of the nozt Superior Court in Le.
on, as now fixed by lawv, interfering with the next
termi of the said Court, in Franklin County, which
last Court, for many urgent reasons, cannot be ad-
journed without great public inconvenience, for
which reason, and at the request of the members of
the bar, and in virtue of the powers confidedin me,
by law, it, is ordered and directed that the next term
of Leon Superior Court, be postponed and fixed for
the first monday of May next, and that process now
issued, ,or to be issued, be made returnable to the
enid last mentioned day.
By order of the Judge.
Tested, t T I-I. DUVAL, Clerk.
March 12th, 1838.-18.-t8
NT OTICE.-Six weeks after date I shall ap-
ply to the Judge of the County Court of Gads-
den, lorlett~rs of adniinistration on the estate of John
Oliver, deceased. JOS. SWANN.
March 9-17.t6 -

" T'ICE.- %Lt he next tlramoi mfGadsden Coun-
.LM ty Co-irlt I will presB'nt my accounts and vouch-
4r for final 'settlement, as administrator of T. W.
zSweat,' ..

M arch 17r-8-l, tf

J'. TATUM, Adm'r.

i-OZr.EC l.--I fohrewarn all persons from
Ltradyng fbr a c rrtmn noim of hand given by me
to D mvid1 )b.rtsoi t''r -.3.7.i, made pdvable on the
a0ayofJanuary n--.\l to G. W. Holland or order
Z. C oinditiona. of sail note have failed I shall not
Vvait except c mpc lid bylaw.
March 17. 18-tf.
:h ||tTICE.-..Si.i months after date I shall ap
Atlpi to the Hon. U1e County Court of Leon Coun-
ty for letters dismissory on the Estate of Daniel
4asiUt,'lte of said County, de'd. ,
Jan. 6, 1838..-.8. 6.

4OTICE.-The Subscribers transacting bu-
siness in this place for several years, have found
40l0pBinntto'windup their concern, and taken this
opportunity to .i-return their incereo thanks for the
:.hbvayelral.patronage, which has been extended to-
wards them. They earnestly beg leave, torequest
e4 Tpeson* indebted to them, to come forward and
seUt4e their diue as early as possible, as their circum.
sfnatpuiv l not admit ol long,.r indulgence, and they
Woal&iaregret to have to resort to legal measures, and
nothing but a strict attention to this notice will avoid
It. :. WILLIAMS, & CO.
ionticello, April 7,--21-t3..
M OTAICE.-Six weeks after d-ite the subseri.
her will alpply to the Jaoge of the Cusnty Court
.f.JQadsden County, for letters of .Idininistration on
ta estate of Raiford Hare, late of said Coqnty.
April7,.l-t 6.
aOTICE.-The Subscriber renews his cjll on
.LV those in debtedlo him either by note or accoint,
I imm.dlate payment. And as this is intended as
am otcd to-u persc Mns,"'tiey iay, by prompt
Mlai.n.t; avoid the expenceas of a legal course,
l^lr,-^. s -

SeMrOut atCo* I S')u'rIIERN *L1iA .New Driu Store.
Flitt L Sibscribet being anxri.,:tmo clpse Iis bil- O St. Augustine.. "5 Sh
Sl hw off aaI tdac.'.Iedrd pri. i3s tile remfImin rTi iE COiIEE ,poimtb tie Trui'ses lS- prSubscribers have formed a co-
.ing pirt of. "g "CtigOftis fol of the Southern (Olnge of St. ugstiini to or p i" the Drg.iirbusiess,
slowing articles -,m...fanrz tile Co[ge S cmhei, woUl iin'brim the ihabi. a,,ndeh i f
For "e U~ngtts of this city, and ofthis Territor-, amnd ti pub. 'i es-. Iav ads el, Randolpher eaot-i
iMixed Saitinetts, g rallyl, that the libt absciitisour cit o i have just received and now orlarl ftr sale,

lOO ., taOCS ar ge-invzal^y, t 1'at th hb*ral subsripion o. our^ PH c
Brown sl aras4 Cloth, d izens for th establishment of the olie School, one oor north ofJ.J. Birg's i Etablihi
Fany rints, ..on \lourostreet, a gn- alassortmnt of Frei
on Sh .in g, wll enable the o.umittee to open it fo8r the retef.. i-lg ,, jIeticia oa in Oii, &.
o Sh e beti ion ot pupils on Tursday the first dy of t'c bruar togethr with a variety of Perfumery and Fancy r-

i. ing artic lesw ich they illsell ,a -u -wh -r ." 'c 'lc tin an ot En ls +tde ijS + "i'u lci e eata i a onn n .t
cr CiSln 1t tie Lihe new and capacious bu-ldino o ursf e ot
SFur & olHats, Carraras oil George Street in the north part of the iAlls orders ftomn P. Plantrs ad Coutry
id Boots & Shoes, CSit. ui l c d 1erclants, will b etakfully receive andfaithfuly
A1 ra6 pig Paper, 2hse committee m' e rave appointed theme R-vered dl aternIed mto. dedifb taku reei a fait hul
Florida p Segar.*, L. roifit it ,Graduateo(If l '(b-i "-Irriteipaattoided to.
Onions, and about of tum si e I 'chol ,amdt, pe i I "" i" "ve W. W, WADDEL, I
100 Bilel of Irish Potatoes whih are satfc!o. J. t. RANDOLPH.i
Ssetting mit onle dollar puer btushel. '" El I p T~ lr O t. C. LE VIS.
se l CR CRANrbh who TERMS OF r OF TscrbeION. Tallallassre, Dec. 9, 1837-l4-tf
20I ysA. CR NE. d English department, Orthogrcaphy & readinig,T m D 9 13 t
7or March 3, l83--.t R ocper quarter, $3 Cotton Brokerage & Coituistiona
-Rr March 3,b1r-tf. Reading, writing, and rudiments of Aritihme. at

th lectbicI roro iet -UTNA Merchant. ti
m IE subscribers hav just received ar perSc:roo- ticm, Gr'ammer and geography, s $1 IE Subscriber would inform. his friends & er'
rem Magunticook, fronim Charleston, time tollow R-adimg, writing, gramnier, geography, arith- UrtIEpuubicriger thtlie has fi-ie 'nd i
n- ing articles, which they- will sell low' fr cash, or i metic, elocution, and other Emnglish studies, $5 lthe bubmiess of Cotton Brol, er & Coin-'
of approved credit : Classical Department, the Latin and Greck t o bines roh a Co lli t &ti ciof \n.t
r e S ~ s k ~ o d o ~ o t e ( u a t s ,p n~ ) c la s s $ 8 0 i s s i o n M e r c h a n t in t h e c ity of N e v-tv
nd S Casks London Porter, (quarts &y pimts)$ cls5s, York, and is now preisared to receive Cottoni anm
l 6 Loaf Sugar, (Sup. quality,) 'he el-mosi's, oith Algebrma, geometry, s8rvevia.g, antih other produce, intended for that market, which i
se 16 Bbis. Old Monsongahela lVhis- there higher branches of mathematics, and the will dispose o f, on coanmissiou, and flittters hiue (
key, natural sciernecs of chemistry, optics. astronmifMYItmat fron his long acquiintance withitilm'Noi'h-'ru R
10 o oRy Gil,1 Perdldes who have or m hereafter Drs 1 amd Suiithern irkets, lie shall be enabled to giv-e t
12 Comanu io n e u obeforIsatisftion to suchsas may fol disposal to patron izo
20 'l 6 V whiskey. the suIpport of thie C olege" School and who place I, not oalvtin tlh saye ofetheir produce, but it tie
HARLEY & GOEMAN. their children ien it, will be credited within le i smiso h -e a tin, .fol' aioftimooutrpr .. stl h ii I
miavestmenat of any part of' ttim- procm'm' s Ithe ,(
p. March 31-20-tf. paid esa their subscriptions, it pawinent of tuition at order or direct. JUSTENIAN F. DAVIS,

NFalL An-cord an SA~eelEi, do C' 'ommrittee of Referen-esliHoen. J. Branch, R.AV. iili -u and .v
HE Subscriber hasjust received and offers for, P Ra o.. ., Trustees &c. S Rd, tllhas .ames L & Co .
Sale, a select Assortment ofClothsi Cas- PETERSE Qe T, uincy. *John 1 Collins, at Moniee. \Vnm. J f
simleres. & Vestings. Also, a lot of Rea. Feb. 17, 1838.- 14-tf aley, at -I.,..ui ,. nVmc. G.Porter, at ApAe jioi- fr
ly dy Made Clothing, consisting ofBlue, Black, cola. Craig & Dithlei, St. Joseph.
SAdelaide, Mulberry, amd Green Froek and Dress 1 Clehiant-Grove A4.'t ieilly. FIeb. 31, S3S-- 12-lv. ti
le Coats. DEC BATUR COUNUe GEO. p -
S Steml-mixed, MNochair, and Blanket Over Coats.. 1 stit iii e ed o tme io- 'ffC y mutul comsCit, ROrEt ti' t,
andKetuckyJoan Fr nF IS Institutont ill o o Leed ,-tOe first b i LOYD ofthe latefirti, ofrSwmaiml atdoy '
Sattimaettcos. amd Kentucky Jean Frock and Dress 5.d~ay in April next ninAn thme sepirvisiociuaof" a & Cfo. -, ,. "... &- 'i,.h.- ,1 firomn the concern, the be-
a s.gentlan, qualified to toich all tile braeleso ot, s z i, dn
Plalin, Figrured anti Cut-velvet Vests, gentlm'rtsan, quaI..ied to teach all time bcaches of
PlIn, igrdo. il Cm e Sae It Vot. IgEnglish eduicatiu:n teoother wit 'i then L itiu, Greek,tl the i of
Whiton. d.lkak pdr Satindo. Frenich, ani Spanisin A Langciuag,. Thi e Atcademy is SWAIMI & iiADDEN.
&Whiteand Black Cp'drin Satin tedo. ir n i a healthy anid respe'etabo n eigsborhooo, about. H. SWActi, t
n. Cloth, Bonibazm M and Fig'd Valencia ido. a d or 2.5 sites fromm T'lilaassde. RIIt. SWA I),
s- Blue, Black and Drab Cassimere Pantaloons. 'l'erzns oi Tuition. LEVI A. M-ADDEN.
of Plain and Striped, do.
Naponleon-cord and Steel-mixed do. P .it '. writing and Arithmati, per arIter $4,00, St. Nlarks, oec. i3th, 1s36.--tf. in,
Smttiuett, Baxverteen and KemitckvlJeami. do. Iiimer Braniches of Enlish, p f Sol b'
Also, a co1iplete assortimenit ofaShirts, Stock%, Ltaguages, S iVAeLII 4 ADD AD E W I
Board cant em obtained i respectable famnili 's, o Requests a continuance othpatronae hereto-
Saspeuders, Gloves, Ilandkerc hie les, reasomale t'rnisx Request a limuamice of tIe tonagea Sweretp-
Sand all articles usually found at similar establia,hi I- n Irfore extended to the ate Firm, and pledge theuiseh- ad
of montis, all oC which are, offered cheap, for Cash or I V. II, CASSELS Scrtay
Short credit. a orchrch tr asin3, 838--16-5t. e s to spare no paiins to please those wilo fe dispo- i
*f ns all of which semi to p atetronmise tlmeni.
II JABEZ B. BULL. Notice. x
r Talltahmassee, Nov. 11, 1837. -52-ft. aln Subscriber having returned to ithe Torrin- 1 (.1sX AA SPEIFIC.--A cure, for thime Si
t CO PA'TNEb SIIP. o tor fri t Ihe purpoea oof eii s h up hisbusiness,' T 7'OOTtH ACHIE, and a powemful antidote bA
will re mimain in Talmhtas ee for a tdw' -wceks. All pecr- adI'Oi St ti'! Scares,. i
9 HE Subscribers ehavimg assutei-imd themselves se^cotis whomdo not avail tilmeIss afthe opportlnity Ire ericncv.-'Theiree ver perhllaps existed any
together in business, ander the ti'n of Iiquidating their oecoauts; cannot expect loIg reedy vwhi-h deserved more justly the e pithet of i1
RAALE AN. i ui.n-.. All accsunie, Wheoanetsn a wdthih them rs i ll- Si thic. The celebrity which it hia acquired in
i --- ,,! .Ifo nStteIa d l' rp rolios F dlc 11
S Respectfully inform their friend and the public, t I found i tie hamds o pr r lirs nea or onnti's, has ide it kmovmn as
fl that they intend carrying onlh Di w-Good.- r settlementt. IVI. MA SE`il. one ( thei a ost r 'ceious renio disofi, time art of cur th
f &Grocery B tsin CE5, ima toe Storby recestiy Metel 1838 117-tf ino a few s-comnds the mo st acatie mod bstinate v
oci cuirtbM. I bs iberaing oiseo entre msinis appeared. Its ecfleaeiy agfinct tile Scurvy i
.occupied by a1r. Wug. MAer, ct orner of nn rob and-iHULL'lS wialout being so qicek, is not however less certain
CGinton-streets. "o.Hl Vegetable Pdnn y a olarv Balstn. aeI ji pow Crfriw. Sold bd in
oPAUL H. HARLE, aThek rputati on of which, h-4Das bo, R O e 'Vis? WADDEL, RANDOLPH & LEWIS. ir
WM. P. GORI MAN. as the umost safe and effizcacious ru-mcuudii teer di4ctI,-
S Tallahassee, Dec. 35, 1837.-7-tf 1 cm-1 J.fon hafmea, C .izs,('ti, t/ui Eiqi a Jaili O7--11-t1".
S Book=Bindery. e i. al
1 11n. 1. Vgof time great Swoecp- fro
mfrIESubuscribers have op-nod a Bitinder- if lFilIS 1I 'dicinie has been us-d x vi, y extensively. ,,-r u -,A Post-stake, 3 Smd 4 -
Sthis City, (on Washinmgton SIuare,) anm are u anl the Proprietor has not, known a single ine /' `t l ie heats, at Talih oiassene, w island in
prepared to execute all branches oftheir business im stanmee in which it has failed in iving relii.f irt dis -- at i-ni thee paralesesem, wil i tn
das god style as can be done elsewhere. pBlank s eases for whicht is recommnude, I: e ven il easeie .li o
hBoov smade to order aid RKiled to famy pat- approachincg 'to Coasni-p.ion, attended withl bloedingt as -i has alr eady commaoermced, at ifta te
tern, to match any style ofbinding. Paper ruled four at th L irags, &and where all other remoedis aId failed, -o arB, p amie on le 1st December nmaxt Al
SBills, Letters, &e. Particul arattutioin paid toe- the mist decide(l amid fi ,- success lhes attended through b red Marons, at this time owned intheT er- ct
Sbinding old Books, Newspapers, Magazincs, &c. its use. Corn:ee)n Colds, which' are i .t tme rtormy ll c a be s-nv-d gratis. Ior further particul s of
S The Subscribers pledge themselves that all orders effect of oetructed perlspiration, will yi to its in- of prfrmae eirec, see hand-lls, Spirit t
shall be executed with m atoesn and dispatch. fluenca ill a f'w hours; when used in Astima-- Qf the Times, and Aniclai Turf Register. aJl
CUSHMMAN & HAY WARD. nlo rsemsess, Wh meezing, am d shmotness of breath, it J. J. PITTMAN.
Tathmtassee,xOct. 14, 1837.-48-tf. gives int ediate reliei, procuringa tranquil rest an c l]Feb. t7--1-,n3 fo
sheep. In whooping cough, it is wiehutrt a rival. "ie Floridian, IorwdnutonH 'iorId, & Spirt of tihe m
NOTICE. It operates by gettle expctoraitieon, ind Imay ie gin-'- Tines,x will pub ioih ie above f'o three months amd aF i
I HE Subscriber having sold hils entire macan. to infats vitlhi perfect s ,ty. frard their accots for aoent.
T tile interest in this City, to Messrs. U irey & The happy comuribinatioein of vegetable substances, FOR SALE. St
SGorman, desires all persons who ire indebted to him of which it is entirely copiosed, are peculiareiv a- rcat young NSe tl
fto make immediate payment to his Agents Messrs. adapted to diseases of the Lsngs, Liver am l Stomchae. ro ther nla
L. P. Taylor and Hugh Archer, at the counting room Certificates and fuml directions tir use, maccoilmpany j -.------ v: t torse. A handsome light
in the stores formerly occupied hli him, either by euchi bottle. Sold by v I t Carriage, which can be arranged pa1
Notes, Cotton at the market price, or Cash. And i WADDE&,, RANDOLPH & LEAVIS. as a ne horse Buggy, or two omse' n R
Sall whoareiindebted to him, for 1831, 1835, and 183ti Jun.27--11-if -_rouh. En. quire at this Office.
are informed that indulgences c ot longer be giv- F ieeb. 3 lis
en. ulu ino Butler's Vegetable Specific. N,
S Messrs. Harley & Gorman, will no doubt, give For the cure of (Coutghs, Colds, bbtenzas.s TIN WARE.ote
emy friends ano customers ev ery satisfaction, if time and all diseases of the Breast and Lunis c-eeHE subscriber continues to car- an
are patdomaizsd by them, in wh.onm I have every codo -x
filence. WS R ANIR. IFt"y S Spdecific is obta ined bey extraction f Eon Wy r o tlery po n manufacturing of Tin l
Duc. 33, .. litesi, roots, plamlts, &c. hmenin perfection. aI a B n arem, and will at all times have ton
cint o o oa n micquenc ofa happy combination of the most val- hand a general assortment, either at tw
-DissolutionArt of Copartershitp. itile hers, &c. it becomes ahalsam of sup-'rior val. wholsa oraretail, om as reasonable co
r l Partnersdipyhi hereh hntoCoeforeexisted re- tie. It heals tih injured arts, opens the pores and eris as cai be sold in any southern market, dcliv-
T tween the undersigned in the Practice of Lw, composes the disturbed nerves after the manner ofan erable ta ny store at Tallahassee.
ii the District of East Florida, was, on ti-e 5th inst. nodynee; consequently the obstruction i of the chest WM. H. FRANCIS.
by mutual consent, dissolved. Those persons how. and thi lungs which constitute this discas-, p artieu- Jen. ---8-t 8f.
ever, who have entrusted business to their car,% dti- larly need its mase. It promotes expectoratiou which 1' P.S. U. now, ama experienced workman, all ge
riig the existence of the said partnership, will have is constantly called fobr, and whilst it leansese ad articles"op l ie i to order in the above line0, c1
benefit of the services of both, until such business heals, it also gives strength to the tender lungs. ani all job so-i doino without delay, either i hast te s
shall be completed. It removes the hectic fever, improves digcstion. timn or slhet iron business. WV. i. F. Si
f haeTHOS. DOU4L k g,' ives strength to the nerves, repair s the appeitite, and
D, LEVY. inproves the spirits. 'This specific is always given IN OR ATION ANTED ass
Feb. 17-14.mi 3 with safety. It is mild, pleasant to the tiste, and HAVE ascertained that fifty-twon Bales of Cot- th
akmay be safely given to sucking infants and to we- Ie ton, of the estate of Charles Black, of the crop awi ,
Tih e Ialie w& Female Al caemln es men in whatever cendiiona, theimetnis delicate aof s 1833, nere brought to Tallahassoe, and I have
wcustams not exepted. received Accounit-Sales of but thimrty-four; any in- sut
o cdirmec itio s f o f h ost a ict e I' cnfp o tormation of-he manner isn which the otihelr eighteen sal
ILL recommence their operations on Mon- reliefinuboix'el .-- ..y[ .m. ;-o i,,'.i ,vhoopingcough, )atesccs ped of, wilh be thankfully received. IV
t W day the first day ofJanuary, under the S-. helmoic,&e. aiuim ..-- ...:-.I :,)useful il hypo. R. RAYMOND REID. R
perintendence of competent instructors. cndicai e, nervous, am d h tel da Persos i-I l co anicatedwithtl n e op ll V
Tle perma mency of these institutions and tile this subject, d ,epply to Mr. R. Ht. Barry. S
superior healthfulness of tile Town of f Quiny, e- ao n ti ae an of March 13--1I 6-f

'r lf A mong~i J~ e t hg e mastny cuertificat es i th thersess of ei h usn s f h r ie eeen e o
comnmnd them to tal favorable consideration of the propriter, thie rcmelowinmul, ottainieed recently, i UNION BANK OF ipLORIDA.
Parents arid Guardians. wethtv od n.viz : PrO't'IC h is hereby gIivenS to thi e subscribers to tme Y
Tmhe termsof tuition are r mioderateo and board can
be obtained in respectable fanciiliess, for frota ten to, Deceumber 7, 1834 i Shock of this B smil, that their title papers hay. V
twelve dollars per umonthm. I, Al. Prices, of thin city of Beltisnore, do hereby b-et fen mcrod hamr examninatione t'e Charles II. DuPont P:
By thin SECRETbA.sY. .e certify amd declare, that I have been fsr a long lism Esq. Wten reported upon satisfactorily, Mortgages U
QuincY, Fio. Dme. 33, assibted wiith a severe ohnl, acconpamied withi n al- amid Bods will be sent to tie parties for execution. L
most imncessamnt coughs amid )inim iii miy breast aued .JOHN PARKHILL, Cashier.
CO-PARTNERS][tIP. lumngs--also, spitting of blood and purulent mmatter March 10, 183S,--17-tf. ly
E haev this day entered into C e-partnership, from thme lange, with mnigist sweats and~ fec-u-r, ammdru
WV under the name of Cenltct & Keen, iasusso nuceb emaciated wyithm loss of rest, &.c. us tem GUN-SMITI'H BUSINESS. m
for the transactioni of a Grocerey &. Provisiomi busi. di~ninishi misy weight about one third. I applied to 3I MIETC ILl' is prepared to snalie or re-. '
ness,. several emmimnent l",n:',-amnd underw'ent a cour-ac _f_.Dpair Gusis mfefvery description, in F. Towle s
WV. CENTER. of snedicimne, but ceuld obtain no relief, mand founmd back Shop. lIe wixll also do Job-work generally.
J]. B. KEEN. myself fast verging on to a comifirmued commsuumatioue Tlailahmassee. D~ec. 21, 1836.--6tf.
TaHa~hassee, January 1, 18--tf. Ilasing at length heardt of the many int..,,i 1i,,.
cur-es affected by Butler's Vegetabi- Indian bpecm- EDUCATION.
NOTICE. fic, for douglas, colds. consumptionms, &c. I was in. A MARRIED gentleman, and graduate of time An
4 LL[ persons indebted to the Estate of lhen late ductiad to make trial of it, and found almost immiedi. Univers-ity of Gtasgoxv, Scottand, long expemn.i form
SPemter Robinson, deceased, ard requested ton ate relief and smey rest restored. I conutimnued its use emceed in the business of Tuition, and accustomed to lyr
make immediate payment to either cof the stibscri- itinprvinsg fast, roy appetite better amid all time reid the preparatory and undergraduate courses wvithm ]
bers, and those xvho have claims against thin Estaste symiptousn of thee disease diminimeshing daily. Not. candidate's for, and members of, thin Soutth Carohi-
will produce them properly autherntieated for settle- u,i- ;i.,r ,-n.i, I diligently persevered ini following us College, wishes to locate himself permanently (at
misent. ~time directions for those afflicted wvithm consumnptiomis, the expirationi of the present year,) iiu mm healthy part
nn.R. .1. LIACKLEY, and in a few wx elis was completely cured, amnt hisve of Florida, as Prinicipal of an Acadhensy or Coillge ba
R Y W E L L F O R D irem naimned so for m aney m ionthis, and ami mn xx hem better 'l s L d lee de o e mi m st t est ye r to th yt
Tallahassee, Feb. 8, 1837.--13tf. cbetter health and flesh than I have been for many Iardlous iltich's of female education, and intends toTo
y ears, to great astonishmmneut nf my fin-ieids. I there- inake it thee busimmess of hmdr life. References for -
'rAKE NOTICE~. fete ,,xithi confidence recommneend thme use of time co~mpet-ency an-I character came be given to Literary
LILL persons indebted toE. B. Perkins by Note "Veget~tbie Indiana Specific to amy fib- Gaintlcrrlei in South Cu miniaasud Florhita. L'tters
re count, are requested to call and settle thme 1 low-citizens as a saf~e, pleamsant, and" effectual rein- atddre'ssedl to R. L. Ednmonds, M. A. York-ville, }
same, asit is necessary that his business should be l edy for coughs, colds, concsuumptionis, mmmd all dis- S. C. wviil maeet with immediate attentiomn.
closed as soon possible. eases of the brqast and lusngs. ar ..... hm ecu_- a q.,

E. BARNARD, su.&Co. (Signedi W. PRICE. F(-
E.BARARDj.&. O, [Sined] .. %'. PICE s-" 'rho Floridian will please publish thme above
Tallahassee, Nov. 10, 1836--ltf. ILFor sale b y STEWART & BARNARD. there mointhis. please publish te above
Tallahassee, Feb. 8, 1837-11f. 1
N OTICE.-By virtue of anx order isstinig from 1
the County Court of Leon county, at the last THE INDIAN'S PANACEA. 25 DOLLARS REWARD. &
term, 1 shall, on the first Saturday in May next, on IVOR the cure of Rheumatism, Scrofula or King's V1 ANA.VAY" from the subscriber, on the 19th hss:
the premises, sell to the highest bidder, the E. half .i Evil, Sciatia, or Hip Gout, Incipiant Cancers, Im_ inst., his Negro man Harry, about 30 years
of the N. W. quarter of section 33, township Salt Rheum, Syhihitie and Mercurial diseases, par. of age. IHarry is from 5 feet 6 to 7 inches in height,
range 2,N. & E. Terms cash. ticularly Ulcers and painful affections of the bones, of a coal-black'complhxion ; his front teeth decayed,
JAMES LEE, -Icerated theoat and nostrils ; Ulcers of every de- his head well combed, and interspersed with gray
Administrator of R. Lee, deceased. scription, Fever Sores, and internal abscesses ;'Fis.- hairs; was well dressed when he left, is forward in M
March 29th, 1838. tulas, Scald Head, Scurvy, Bites, Chronic sore eyes, speaking, and not timnid; was recently brought (t
I- Erysipelas, blotches, and every variety of Cutane. from York District, South Carolina, by Messrs.
TRAYED OR, STOLEN.-From the ous affection; Chronic Catarrh, IHeadache frnomn McCiintock anid Hughes. The above reward will S|
SSubscriber, about 6 weeks since, a small Bay particular causes; pain in the stomach and Dys- ie given for his apprehension and detention until I da
Peney, reached mane with saddle spots on the pepsia, proceeding frem vitiation ; affections of the .-t him, if taken out of thie county, and ten dollars ica,
back, and has lost one of his eyes. a liberal reward Liver, Chronic inflamniation of the Kidneys, and Et m.,-,1 in. EDIVARD 1iOUSTON bald
will be given to any person returning him. general debility, caused by a torpid action ot the near Tallahaasee. The
uringhuIm.nrldblt, Hsdb opi cinttl Mrh3-9t.fex
BfV.D. ONTANE. vessels of the skin. It is singularly efficacious in March 31-19tf. 5 fe
April 7, 1838-21.t0. rennovating those- constitutions which have beenon' f
brokendown by injudicious treatment, or juvenile OUND, on the feridian road small su of '1
TAKE NOTICE. irregularities, jonjuvenile moey which the owner can have by appli. hiort
SN the night of the 28th inst. the s%>p.-bf the In general terms, it is oecoimniended in a'l those cation tothe subscriber on Lake Jackson, 11 miles Qovw
0. subscriber, on Clinton street, niexd'ia':to the diseases which arise from im purities in the blood, north of Tallahassee, and paying for this advertise- to J
Post Office,was broxen open by some 'person or or vitiation of the niummors, of whatever name or mlment. A
:persons, and a desk, containing a large red Pock- kind. TV. A CARR be 1
et Book, with twenty Dollars in cash, one Solec of the above complaints may require some March 24th A
note on Jesse McCall, of 30 dollars, and one on trifling applications which thie circumstances of the X
James, Carter, of fifty.six, dollars and twenty-five case will dictate ; but for a general remedy, or Pt e r o a
cent, were taken out. rificator to remove the cause, ThIIE INDIAN PANACL .. COTT" .
A hberalreward will be given for tie detetion wi!l generally be found sufficient. t
of the thief, and return of the money and noes, or ThIe above valuable article just received and for F'Aill purchase Cotton at the fhightst tute
either.,- All persons are cautioned against trading sale lby STEWART& BARNARD, maret prie during-the Season.
for the abovenotes. JAMES ESLrK. General Agents for Middle Florida IARTIN & HART.,
Mar.."h 31-20-3t.)lMa v ,1`837. ra ah~ e, s'cnt. 30,--46---tf' T

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-ie of tia first scholIrs of t'l? country.
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p'rnioii oftiec i i, ." .'. i of tim" Wekly Whig'.
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mtentod, we shall also close lv criticise the wretched
murders so constantly co:mnni;ted upon thei stage.
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rood cut generally accompanying. Our object her'
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'ill become our duty to point oit, as tf;r as possible,
several irnprovemenats 'vhi-h Lr- absolutely required
y the- rapidly incre.-sillg i 1 of tico co:m ieu-
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ech attention as will pioais". We are fully aware,
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n Le W '.. .',.2.
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ad we have on hand already several, beIautifil pieces
om knohvn writers, which w2 shall soon insert.
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(lio Weol V W,... -ind w- shall constantly fur-
.-,i .-3tt-r of the ili importance to p rents and
a chers.
Embellishments. We have several capital wood
mts, and others now with the engr.vers, one ornmore
I which may be regularly expected in cach weekly
lumber. They are mostly from original designs,
lid will add much to the value of thie3 paper.
Coalinarcial. We have a person employed, who
r a long time has been engaged in procuring com:-
erci.l intelligence; who is in every way co.npetnnt,1
.d will devote tihe whole of his tima to the New
ork Markets. Under our commercial head will be
und full reports of the Markets; Prices Current;
lock and Exleninge; Bank Note Table, and all
alters calculated to interest business men. i
Terms. Three dollars a year, in advance, and no
paper will be furnished unless the terms are strictly tl
nmplied with. s:
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sier, JAMES G. WILSON, al the Office of the N
aw York Daily Whig, 127 Nassau Street. No let-. Ic
rs taken from the Post Office, unless post paid. tl
Co.enmamaicationsmay be addressed to the Editors, tl
d sent also (post paid) to the Office of the Daily % W
rlig. o
Persons sending $5, (post paid) will be entitled to
o copies of the WeLk!y Whig for one year; or one
py for two years. M troh 3J, 1838.

py fur to o yours. M wets 31, 1838.

MIloasieur Toassoia, cnatCme again.
r HE Subscriber tenders his sincere thanks to
to the citizens of Tatllahassce, and the public
neirdlly, for the liberal encouragement lie has re-
ivced, and would respectfully inform them, that lihe
s associated himself with Mr. T'l'nomAis A. BAILEY
iffn & Ornamental Painter, and are
w prepared to do all kinds of work in that line,
isuring those who may favor them with a call, that
my will be punctual in performing their work in
workmnn-like manner. J. M. HIUGON.
H!tving just rec-ived par Sclir. Leonidas, a fresh
iply of ths following articles, offers them:n for
e low for Cash
ihite Lead, Terrm de Sienna.
*1d do. Linseed Oil,
enitian RAd, Spts. Turpeutine,
parish WVhiting, Gaiumn Copal,
da Brown, Copal Varnish,
rom- Green, Blinders,
do. Yetlov, Litlierage,
-elaow Ochre, S'.ilphate of Zinc.
erdegris, Gold & Silver
russian Blue, Frostings, all colours,
mnbor, Verminilhion,
AndGlass of all sizes. They will keep constant-
on hand, all of the above articles for the accoim-
dation of their customers, at moderato prices.
Tallahassee, Dec. 23, 1837.-6-tf

Patlatiassee, Dee. 23. 11337.--tl-uf

N the 18ih inst., from the subscriber, near the
SPost Offie, a sorrel MIare, with the left eye
, about 7 years old, and about 14 hands high.-
y person r-turning the above mare, or giving in-
nition where she may be found, siall hbe liberal-
rewarded. J. HI. RODES.
F'ob. 21-15.-f.

Teb 21-IS-If.

TS-IAYED OR %6T.X,)L .-Fro:in San.
Pedro,' -on or about the 228th, of' March a small
Smare thin it tflese any person returning said mare
Villiam Wood, at San-Pedro. or to RIt. R. Pilgrim,
lamhassee will receive a liberal reward.
April 7,-21-t2.

tpnil 7,-21-52.

51 ^3 ) j YDhS. Cott-nx OsAIaburgs.
For Sale by
F eb. 23----15-tf

JfID51I-^L'S SALIT, in bui'
S. .._ float, for sale. Apply to Sw:mi:
VIMadd-n, St. Marks, or to Robert Lyon, Talla-
ace. Jan. 6, 183-8tf.t

94 bI4s. Bacon, (Hams and Sides)
4 low for cash, by
Iarch' 24-19-tf.
op thief,-Sixty Dollars Reward.
TOLEN on the night of the 12th of March 1838
from a Camp 20 miles east of Tallahassee Flori.
a public horso, bright Sorrel Colour, switch tail,
Sface, and marked U. S. on the left shoulder.
e scoundrel who stole, the horse, calls hinselfD.
vitt, he has sharp features, red hair and about
et 3 inches high.
'hirty dollars will be given for the recovery of the
so and thirty dollars for the apprehension. and re-
3ry of the Thief, so that the rascal canm be brought
,ny information rgspeoting the horse or thief, can
eft at the Floridian Office.
.pril 7,-2l-tf.
O[IN P. DUVAL, Attorney at Law, is
authorlzed to :.,: i,-. ,i debts due the estate of
Halsey dee'd. All persons indebted, are request.
o make immediate payment or suits will be insti-
SWM. A. GUEST. Adm'r. of
'allahassee, Dec. 16,


N x:v AT- LAW, will practice in all th Courts,
SMiddle Florida., aid will attend to suecl business
may be entrusted to his care. Office in the roS-n,
rmerly occupied by Edward Ho-aston, E.sq., Wash-.
gtoln Squaro.
Oket. 8.-52, 1837.-tf
I CA,;LL--IIOS. DOUGLAS, will con.
tinue to practice I4W in all the Courts of
ast Florida, and in the Court of Appeals at Talls.
cssee. All professional business entrusted to his
Tr, shall be promptly and faithfully attended to"
is residence is in the City of St. Augustine.
Feb. 17-14-m3
IAS removed to the house formerly occupied by
Baker Johnson, Esq. corner of Monroe and two
ndred-foot street, where- It MA tAY a ALWAYS found,
less professionally engaged.
March 1-16-tf











Mach -16.t

Published e-ery Saturday, at the room (tu
-stairs) formerly occupied as the Imatelligencer OGf1ce,
situated at the Sonth West corner of Washifigto,
Square-At Feour IDoallars in advance, or Fivat the
enid of the year.
AnVEaTISEMENTS inserted at One Dollar per square
of twelve lines or less, for the first in'-.iion, amd
Fifty cents, for each subsequent insertion, Advem.
tisements not marked with thie number of iisertiuna
required, will be continued until forbid .nd ehlarged
I?'AII communications, intended for pibkMoatthi,
must be addressed to J. KNOWvEs, Editor. ,'
-' No subscription received for less than sIX
months. KNO WLES & IIUTCHIr.
-- ; *

1- P~sr-~--o-aCv------- i" --'~~

In the Town of Port Leon.
O-N Thursday the third day of May next, will be
offered for sale, at Public Auction, on the prem.
ises, a part of the Lets in the above Town.
This place is located at the termination of the Tal-
lahassee Rail Road, on the Bay of St. Marks, Xt is
favorably located on the highest ground on the Bay,
and is believed to be healthy. As a place of corm.
merce-, it possesses the advantage of being at the ter-
mination of the Rail Road, over which is trans-
ported the principal part of the produce raised and
minerehandize consumed in Middle Florida, and sev-
eral of the lower counties in Georgia; which will
make it a place of much trade and business, The
Rail Road Company intend eoaflining themselves to
thle carrying business, and will not store either goods
or produce at this place. It will be important to
merchants to prepare their buildings to meet the bu.
slness of next Fall.
TER1IS.-Fifteen per cent of the purchase
money, to b- paid in ninety days from sale, for which
note, with endorser, will be required. The residue
payable, one third on the first day of February next,
one third in six months, and thie renainin, thirdJ, in
t-.vo v' months from the first of February next: all
'ot p -.y ble at the Ui;ioa B.mik, with interest f'omI
the day of sale. L
In a feow days, plans of the To vn will b- drawn,
and luft for inspection at tho offi,- of A. Crane, i;,
St. Marks; at the Auction Store ofertoRt J. Haciicy,
i1 'dillaliassee ; at the Store ofJ. J. Vickers, and Co.,
in Thoinasville, Geo.; at the Siore ot J. R. Rowlcs.
Moiticallo, and at thlie Store of Foriuan and Muse,
i1 Q i-ucy.
Byor !.r of h, Pr:-3iI:l-t aand Directors of thi" Tal-
i i'masac '.i ol icil t oupiiusiy.
.T. it. BB I'TION, Secretary.
April 7,--21,-lt.
Iri jE Subscribers appointed Commissioners by
t ni County Court of Jeffersoh County, to dis-
pose of Lots No. 35 & 36 in the Town of Monticello,
will sell on the 21 day of tha sitting of tlhe Su-
perior Court, at said place, at public outcry, before
the NEw Court House door, in said Town, those two
iots of Lind fro-iting the Court House square, 50
feet front by 100 feet deep each, more or less.
Conditions of salt are, p-iyajle by bonds or notes
with two or more securities in five annual instalmnbts
int-rest at the rate of ton per cent per annum from
fly ot delivery, secured by a mortgage of the prem.
Thb sc lots are advantageously situated for Mer.
cantile operations and persons disposed to embark in
business of that kind would do well to attend.
'iVLLA- M BUDI). Conmmnissioners.
April 7,-21-3t.
f1ROM the Subscribers Plantation in Jefferson
X CouuLy, on Wednesday 2Si.h inst, a Negro man
narned stam, belonaging to the Estate of Robert
Ste'g"s, d'c'd. Te a bove Negro has resided in
lal li iassee and at St. Marks, and is well known in
both those places: a liberal reward will be given for
his apprehension and safe delivery.
DAN. D. ST'I'URGES, Adm'rl.
March 31,-20-8L.
A Small Family and three or four Gentlemen can
oe entertained at No. 101 Calhoun Street, North
Tallahassee, March 31,-20.8t.
U1 ICHIARD R. PILGRIM, grateful for the pa-
_ W'_ron.age which he has hitherto received, thinks
it his duty to apprize his former customers, and toe
public generally, that hlie lhas recently received from,
th, north, a very largo supply of Cloths, Cassi-
meres & Vestings, of the very best quality,
sides many fancy articles, suitable to the taste of
all fashioamble Gentlemen. His assortment has
)eon almost cenltirily purchased by Mr. John R. Lu.
dii:gton, of New'-York. '
The Tailoring business will be carried en at thIe
old stand, and conducted under the firm of
Iu order that they might be enabled to furnish
heir work according to the most approved execution,
several first rate workmen have been employed from
he most fashionable establishments in the city of
New-York-thus enabling to compete with, the Tai-
ors of the Northlern cities. They feel assured that
heir fellow-citiz-ns, will give to'then a'p0o-tion of
heir customn, and thereby enable then to give suclh
wages, as will ensure the services of men, capable
f furnishings work in the very best style.
Tallahassee, Jan. 2Y, 1838-10-tf

A Card,
T HE undersigned contemplates returning fO
the bar at the end of 12 months from to-dlay.-
)esirous now for the first time in his life of devoting
himself exclusively to professional pursuits, lie would
esume the practice immediately, but ibfor obj-etions
notoriously existing, to his reappearing at the bar at
resent. He trusts however, that within the puri.
d mentioned, a change in the judicial admninistra.
ion of the Middle District, to which lhis practice
will, as heretofore, be chiefly confined, may occur,
y which the objections referred to, will be obviated.
n the mean time, he will resume his engag-ments
a Jackson, and extend his practice to the newly c.
acted County of Calhlioun. He will attend to busi-
css in the Court of Appeals.
On his final return to the profession, the undersign.
I pledges the most single and assiduous attention
o its objects and duties.
Tallahassee, Feb. 22d, 1838.
5. 1. SCOTT,
WV ILL attend to the Courts of the different conn.
ties of Middle-Florida, and will also attend to
to collection of all claims placed in Iis hiasnds for
mat purpose. Office at Monticello, Florida.
Marsh 1--16-tf
r-AVID LEVY, ATV~TI^E AT LAw, will attend
typromptly, and faithfully to all business entrust.
1 to him care in the Courts of East-Florida, and in
me Court of Appeals.
Tallahassee, Feb.
Law Notice.
-O0iv P. D UVAL, A-roraNsr AT LAw, will
Attend the Courts in Middle Floridam and the
superior Court for Jackson County, West.Florida.
Law Notice.
[r. LEVY', of St. Augustine, Flo., will prao-
." tiee its the Court of appeals.,
teb. 24--.1y.
JLaw Notice.


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