The Florida watchman

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The Florida watchman
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Middle Fla
Knowles & Hutchins
Creation Date:
November 3, 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]).
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Preceded by:
Florida wathman and Tallahassee literary gazette
Succeeded by:
Tallahassee star


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A Fragneiitt of te Pestileiice.
'Bring forth the dead!'-and the words came
V fast
)From the haggard lips of these men aghast-
\ Bring forth the dead! We wait not now
;for priestly prayer or virgin's vow!'
The crimson cross of the pe~t was o'er
Tte sculptured arch of that lofty door,
But no menial hand unbarr'd the gate--
No 'sound was heard from these halls of state,
Save, aye and anon, the howl of a hound
That moaned as if struck with a mortal wound;
Aid'it was the otly living thing
'Neatli the roof that had wont with joy to ring!
But the cry passed op-, Bring out your dead!'
SAnd a, tardy footfall's, solemn tread,
SAnd a low, faint wail was heard to come
" From the desolate gloom of thathumble'home.
A4'little babe! And its mother, there,... __._
Kissed the loved corset in tier mad despair!
W-y should *he weep thi't first shtouid rest,
Since the purple spott is on her breast .
Why should stIC aStoek such leprous kiss ?
To-morrow will see her a thing like this !
Bring out vour lead !'-and the buyers stand
Under the porch of a hostel grand;
And strange,h wild Bounds ,from that gorgeous
Their hardened courage of heart appal.
(h dretiad is the echo of laughter heard
I-n, the chamber where death has newly been!
Like a tranquillake that is fiercely stirred
By the monstrous wings of a fiend obscene.
And ribald shouts of riot loud,,
A'id the jests and-the oaths of a drunken crowd;
And the ,erashi of the glass and the goblet there,
Mingle ,With sqngs in the sickening air.
SOff! anid away, ye fated crew,
Whose badge is thie boil and the plague-spot
PIT! and away! We are merry here, .
Leave us tQo-niglit to, our wassail ebeer,
'To.i"iorrow, pcrchance,you may find us-fit '
For a loathsome shroud anid a,yawiing pit.
More wino fill hig4,!t .Away from hence !
IIcrc'p a lic-aith to ilit speckled pestilence '
Aid Itaus, tlhroulgh miw:iiyascene of woe,
"Do t'.'ese glooimy luryris s ifily go;
While their sulemnia cry'scurind o;, rho%',, '
Like the mock of a demon, Bring forth the

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From t0ee .S-, ai,, it Literary Messenger.,
On HeCal tl.-To .lotihei-s.
BY MRs. I.. I. 8(;orUNitY,
Have' we not all of tus seen, with pity, and
regret, souiesickly mother, burdened with the
cares of her household? Feeling that there
were employment which none c,'ild diclJ.itm.e
as well as herself, modifications of duty, ia
M LIicli the intcre'st of Iawr hu-ai tl. (he welfare
other childreit, tie conatrt m1 tit ir iniily, uomne
iinvol ed-dwit s hii mich iA: coiikld not depute
to another, withouti toss-she ontfinued .to
exert herself, above and beyond her strtngil.
SStill herl step is laguid,, and her eye joy.
less. Th'e 'spirit,' indeed,, is i% iiiing, but the
flesh is WLudL-. Hi-r little ones observe lher
.tejected 'imatiner, auidfbecome sad ;, or, they
tak9e advantage of her want of-euergy, and
grow l .. k-,s. She fi, ,t-lfc n1111',I lo.,g persist
iii ai c'jur(e ot I ,bor that involves' expense of
Shealthi, %ithout some mniental sympathy. A
temper t-it mno-t amiable, will sometimes be-
come iri'ritable ort.: mii ii ,i- g, when t-hc shrink-
ing nerves requmie r-.,,', ajil the demand, of
toil, and the clasin upon painful thought, are
peri'elual. EtiVrts, which to' one in health,
are like dew drops shaken from the eagle's
'wing, seem to the -ivalid like the asceit of
'the A1 s. 'or like heaping Pelion upon Ossa.
.. Adnmii,.g that a ieklyv woman has sutfi-
cient selfcontrol to iepel the intrusion of fret-
.fulness, and preserve a subdued- equanimity,
this, though certainMy deserving of praise, is
llligg'tqrt of what she should wish to attain.
The meek look of resignation, though it may
Cost her much to 1n,11,i.,,11,. is not all that a
husbar d uishe', no, coming from the'vexed
atmosphere of busine's or ambitioc,- Would
fini find in his home the smile of cheerfulness,
the pla) fui c:ha:irm of a' mihd at ease.-"'
.Men prize, more tha- our sex are always
aware, the h.,ltlh Lenrammg countenance, the
elastic step. andall those demonstrations of
'domestic order, in ihich unbroken activity
delights. Tlher love to see a Wotnan equal
to her-own duties, aid perfoi'ming them with
'pleiacurc ; they do not like tohave die princi.
pal theme of domestic conversation a detail
-of physical ills, or to be" expected to question
like a physician, into the variety ofsymnntoms
"which have 'superveaed'-since their departure.
Orif this may be occasionally done, with
.good grace, where ill health is supposed to be
tcmpurarv, yet the -.add-:iig effects of an
enfeebled constitution, cannot always be re.
siied by him who expected to find in a wife
4, ",yoke fellow," able to endure the roughi
roads and sharp ascents of life. A nature
possessing great capacities of sympathy aiic
tender..- s,. ,May doubtless be softened by the
Exercise of those capacities. Still the good
gainedd is 'oniy from the patie;.t. perhaps the
*ihristiar endurance ofa disappointment. Bui
%'where those capacities do not exist, and whet,
religious principle is alsemt.-thc perpetual in
fluence of a sickly and mournfiul wife, is as a
bltght na those prospects whieh allure to. mat.
rinony. Folly, Ioro.eness. an-id lapses int(
vice, may be oflein traced to thosc causes whicl
Strobe h.ope in gloom.
S If to a father the influence of continual il
health in the partner of his joys. is so dispir
'itirig, how much more oppressive is it to those
little ones who are by nature allied to glad
'ness. Childhood, whose richest heritLage i:
its innocent joy, must hush its sportive laugh
? and repress jis merry footstep, as if its plays
were sins. Or if the diseased nerves of the
thother do not habitt'ally impose such sacrifi
S '-ces, it learns from nature's prompting, to fush
S...iln' its manners, or its voice, or its eounte
nance, -after the melancholy Nmodel of the suf
f" t-er whom it loves, and so forfeits th'beau
iutil--hericage of young delight.
h 'b'ses to wbieh the most robust
a inaB;asect by giving e:ercibe to self', denia
saud offices of sympiatly, from all the members
vf a household, are doubtless oftic blessed! a


i b6rious respiration, the constrained move
ment, perhidps the curved spine, bring different
I testimony.
S But in these days of diffnTsed knowledge, c
e heightened education,-' is it possible that an
- female can put in jeopardy the enjoyment c
s health, even the duration of existence, ror
i circumstance of dress? Will she throw a
s illusion over those who try to save her? an
e like the Spartan culprit; conceal the destroy
- cr that feeds upon her vitals? We know mno
- that it is so. Who, that has tested the omnuil
- otence of th-hiion, will 'doubt .it? This is b
r- no means the only sacrifice, of health that sh
- imposes. But it is a prominent one. Le
us, who aremothers, look to it. Fully awar
it as we must he o the. d-iner of stricture o
1 the lungs and heart during heir season of de
s velopeniment, why should we not bring up ou
d- daughters without any article of dres which

means of improvement, and fithe messengers
which draw more closely the bonds of true
aflbfection. But it must be suffieently obvious,
that I allude to that want of constitutional vi.
gor, or of that confirmed feebleness of habit.
which either create inability for those duties
which in most parts of our country devolve
upon a Wife, a another, and the mistress of a
family, or else cause them to be discharged in
langour and wretchedness. And I speak of
them, that the attention of those who conduct
the earliest physical education of females, may
be quickened to search how an evil of such
magnitude may be obviated.
Mothers, is there any thing we can do to
acquire our daughters a good constitution ? Is
there truth it the sentiment sometimes express-
ed, that our sex are becoming more and 'more
effeminate ? Are we as capable of'enduring
fatigue as were our grandmothers ? Are we
as well versed in the details of housekeeping,
as able to bear them without inconvenience,
as our mothers? Have our daughters as
,much stamina of constitution, as much aptitude
of domestic duty, as we ourselves possess'?
These questioKns arc nut i..t'.r,' stit g to us -sim-
ply as individuals. lThey aii;-, the welfare
of the community. For the abilityor th in:a-
bility of woman to discharge w hat the Almigh-
tv has committed to her, touches the cquilibri-
Sum of society, and The hidden springs of exis-
tence. Tenderly interested as we are for the
health of our offspring, let us devote peculiar
attention to that of our daughters. Their
delicate frames require more care in order to
become vigorous, and are in more danger from
the prevalence of fashion.
Iplead for the little girl that she may have
air and exercise, as well as her brother, and
that she may not be too much blamed, if in
her earnest play she happen to tear or soil
her apparel. 1 plead that she may not be
punished as a romp, if she keenly enjby those
active sports which city gentility prescribes.
I plead that the ambition to make her accom-
plished do not chaih her to the piano, till the
spinal column, which should consolidate the
frame, starts aside like a broken reed; nor
bow her over her book, till the vital energy
which ought to pervade the whole frame,
mounts-into the brain, and kindles the death
fevers -
Surely We ought-to acquaint ourselves with
the outlines of the rnech u .c n,1 of this our clay
temple, that we interfere not through igno-
rance with those laws on which its orgainiza.
b depends. Reidured precious by bei
the shrine of an undyig spirit, our miistral
tions for its well being assuime an almost fear-
ful importance. Appointed, as the mother is,
to guard the, harm6aoy. to study the arts on
which its symmetry depends, she is forced to
perceive how much he mind is affected by
the circuimstances of its lodgement, incited to cherish the mortal fior the sake of
tille min i.i :. -
Does she attach value to the germs of in.
tellect? Lei her see that fhe casket which
coutaits them, be not igligik endangered or
carelessly broken. Does sihe pray for the
weltfarc of the -soul ?, Let her seek the good
-of ita coinmpauio, who *yalks with- it to the
gates of the grave, and rushes again to its em-
braces-on the motertning. of the resurrection.
Those wtto educate the young, should be
-ever awake to the evils of compression in tihe
region of theheart and lungs. A slight liga-
ture there, in 'the earlier stages of life, is
fraught with danger. To disturb or impede
the laborers who turn the wheels of life, both
night andd'ay,) is absured and ungrateful.-
Sampson was bound in letters, and groaned in
the prison house, for a while, but at length lit
crushed the-pillars of the temple and the lords
of the Philitirnes perished with him.' Nature
though she may be longin roes,:::tii:g'an iinju.
ry, does not forget it. Against those whc
violate her, laws, she often rises as a giant i.
his might, and when they least expect it, inflict
Sa fearful punishment. Fashion seems long
enough to have oppressed and insulted health
in its strong holds. She cannot even prove
that she hlias, rendered the form more graceful
as 'some equivalent for her ravages., I'n an.
cieatGreece, to whom our painters and sculp.
W'-ers look fir the purest models, was not the
form left unibrtured ? the volume of the luigs
allowed' flree play ?, the heart permitted,- with
*iut nianacles,' to-do the great work the Creac
tor -igiicd ii ? ~
he iij.uries inflicted by compression .of the
vital 'parts, are too numerous to be readily
recounted. Imoared digestion, obstructed
tcirculation, pulmonary disease, and nervous
f wretchedness, are in their train. A physi
ciati, distinguished by practical knowledge o
1 the Protean forms of insanity,' asserts that hi
gains many patients from this cause. An
* other medical gentleman of eminence, led bi
. philanthrophy to investigate the subject o
tight lacing, has assured the public, that mul
s titudes annually die by the. severe diiciplin
of busk and corset. This theory is sustained
i by collateral proof, and illustrated by dissec
tions. ~
i It is not sufficient that we rulrfmrs, protce
* our you;ger daughters, while immediately
under our authority, from such hurtful prac
i ties. We should follow them until a prin
c Ciple is formed by which they can protect
I themselves from the tyranny of fashion. I
.is true, that no young lady ickii,:>\il..gS her
1 self to be laced too tight. Habits that shui
e the light, and shelter themselves under sub
I terfuge, are ever the most difficult to eradi
* cate. A part of the energy which is essen
- tial to their reformation, must be expended i
a hunting them from their hiding ,places.-
* Though the, sufferer from tight. lacing, ma;
a not own herself to be uncomfortable, the la

y never for a single moment entertained. tions make the State governments mere per- nobody amongst us is for changing the fun- ly for defraying te expenses incurredi the
t. We would not be understood, to be absolute- features. dependent on and accountable to the damental laws of our institutions, or fordis- legitimate exercise of its constitutional pow,
- !y opposed to all innovations or changes, what- federal government ? Most assuredly not.- .turbing the relations which our fathers saw er. it may lhy imposts and o~lldct Tevenu *
it ever their character., I. is true, we can never Widely then have we departed from the the. fit to establish between the federal govern- for, this purpose, and for'this purpose only. It
Consent to disturb the settled order of the or-, and fearfully rapid has been our progress ment and the State governments, we see not .has then no right to ase its revenue, or to "'"!
3f State, without strong and'urgent reasons ; but towards centralization, which is only another well, how any man can avoid coming to the 'suffer them to be used, for any- other puimc. .
y we can conceive of cases in which we should name for despotism. Without delay, then, above conclusion. There are only two cour- Now, when it deposited its revenues in the "',
if deem it our duty to demand a revolution.--- should we hasten to retra6e our steps, and re. sos for us to take. One course is to make banks, whether in a national bhank or in a state? "'-.
a When a government has outlived its idea, and turn to the special purposes for which the gov- the federal government, by its connection with bank. ia general deposit', aS it is nnteden 4' I'i
n the institutions of a country no longer bear ernment was instituted, and beyond which it the banking business, and through that with should, it uses its revenues or suffers ilbenr t "
d any relation to the prevailing habits, thoughts should never have strayed. private credit, which is, in this country, the to b6 used, for other purpose" than tbost of -i
Sand sentiments ofthe people, and have become The people are honest, and they mean to'-bls of most business transactions, the su. defraying its expenses. They arec not do, :".' -'
ot a mere dead carcass, an encumbrance, an of- preserve their democratic institutions. They ".pree government, the government control. sited thi'efe or safe keeping, as the people.: "
?- fence, we can call loudly for a revolution, and never would have suffered this departure from ing the State governments, and the one which taught to believe, but t6 be rnnde the bass of "
y behold with'comparative coolness its terrible first principles, had they clearly perceived the most vitally affects the people. We can take loans to the business part of thie commune I
e doings. But such a case does not as yet pro- precise nature of the, federal government.,-, this course if we will. Revive the Deposite They serve the purpose of sustaining the cQ. -D
et sentitselfhere. Our institutions are all young, Our system of government, though exceed- f system, or charter a'National Bank, and we it of the hahks, and, through the hankr, oft W
e full of life and-the future. Here, we cannot ingly simple has nevertheless the appearance shall have taken it. Hut then our institutions merchants- aid minnufachurers. This is t6 -
na be revolutionists. Here, we can tolerate ino of being exceedingly complex. Foreigners are radically changed ; the wisdom of our" collect the r6vcefuen for one purpose*. and 'd- .
e- innovation, no changes which touch fmunda- rarely if ever comprehend its real character. I fathers set at naught: and we ourselves afloat appropriate them to Ano0h'. 'his i t' "
ir mentallaws. None'are admissible but such They regard thq federal government as the on the tide of a new cxperimnint. We trust cei'e '}v6 people, aftd to"'d4eart 'frmo the -'
h 'S are tededd to preserve -otit istirtu)ons in strm'c'nn, g.' .,; ,, the State g.overmfn, i hat I e e a owt,.-et i :J- '- tir, -. damcjajl matxim of oulystate L'. *If it ",' .-
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could disorder the seat of it.iditl % i Our sons their original character, to ring out their con- a, in-iri rd .bord Their view of die of our istitatians, and that weyelfedtab
hold themselves erect, T iilh.,,t Lu-k or cor.'t, cale' d beauty, to clear the field `'-.r their f'ee iit pr, su-prosc; ilhe-.Iri -ri"governmeut to have much otf the joy that thrilled.our heart when. "
or frame work of whale.l,, e.w1 \1 VillM op-ialatr, anid to gct m.,IC d ct ii.s aid. p..-,t-td in ihe otsILI rtl tle po%%c-rs ofgo. utc- wrdre told the young Child. LIB EITTi
not our Oaughters also? Did not God make force to .their legitimate activity. Every meas- vernment, and to retain in its possession now was bbro, to be prepared for this. 'WteiMt
them equally upright ? Yes. But they have ure must be in harmony with them, grow as it all not conceded to the States. Many of our also, that we hav4 too uvick stability of chat.:
sought out many inventions."' were out of them, anid be but a development of own citizens seem to fall into the same eror, actr, firmness' oi purposi,,mnd .elf.respet. Tu
Let us educate a race who shall have room their fundamental laws. They appear to regard the constitution of the dsappoint atone the 1r60d ot the Iends ol
to breth Let us promise, even in their era- The government of the United States is a United States as a limitation, rather than as freedom throughout the world, who have. b "M
die, thatthe heart shall not be pinioned even as conigr:.: rather than a government. It is not an enumeration, of the powers of the federal looking to us foi'enenouragemnent, and fora tri-,
in a vice, nor their spines bent like a bow, 6r the ordinary purpose of govern. government. They.scem to forget that the umphant answer to those whoalledge that so,.
,.or their ribs forced into the liver. ,)oubt- monet, but for few and comparatively a very -,,ver.. iv-exercised by the federal govern- ciety cannot subist mih out Kitfc*, ftira.-"
less the husbands and fathers of the next gen. few, special purposes. The ordinary rules went is. after all, vested in the States, and is chies a .d No.ilitC..
oration will give us thanks, for iit.-' the powers of government can exercised by the federal government,onlv be- The other-eouis i' to adoptthe ncpl" ...'.'
Let us leave rio place it, the minds of those be applied to it only to a limited- extent, and cause the, States have, by mutual compact, of the Sub-Trrasury hill, and divorem tihe-..
whom we educate, for the lunatic sentiment, even tlihcn with great, caution. The principal agreed that that portion of their sovereignty government from i L detructive allida'nwt.i:
that the mind's healthful action, and the in. governments of tilie comi,.,according to .the shall-be so exrcrised.. They have, therefore, the business of bAuking. I la to tfullow.qtl
tegrity of the organs on whom it operates, theoryof American iisiitiwitr.,, are the State felt LaL the federal government, instead-of be. the policy already ed'mrnncod, and as we
arecsecondary to, the vanities of external dec- governments. wir: intended to be the ing A liberty to do only what it has tho ex. have abandoned the ittrlial improvenmnt
oration. If they have received from their governments for the people -in all their civil, pi'.4 lua" e to do, is "at liberty to do thatever syst. and the procitiie iystenm, w & n W
Creator a sound mind in a sound bo.v, teach municipal, domestic, anld individual interests it i 1tforbiden to do; that where ifhas.nat abandon the loukin-" rs N % "
:hem that they are accountable to hlim for and rations. Thefbderal government was the aower to act dirccil,.. it mnay acit indirectly; by thin, that the ernm t o W e war
ooth. If they deliberately permit, injury to d,.iit;l merely to take charge of the extern-- andvhilein the pursiItI'fa con-utii.l eii, against fhe lOanks, buint that i all let W lm '
either, how shall they answer for it beibfore the al rehtions of the confederated States with for. It ,.Jv accomplish, incidentally, any-object it alone. If the States have not yielded ol p to '
Aligh Judge 1 eign a tions, and to a certain extent, with one cai), provided that object promises to be of the gIrnm'.J gvru r-n1wnt lheirritght t itiMtuEt '
Bat how shall the mother answerit, in mhose another. It was-never intended toie a gov. general utility. They have, therefore, been hanks, the banks are MiltILrs wholly wAihlr
hand the soul-of her child was laid, as a wax- erinna --affecting the privateintorests of the able to see, without 'alarm, tho government the jurisdicfon of thie States, and -4 W e4UT
eon ltablet, if she suffer fashion to cover it with people, as individual citizens.' It in fact, rep. touching more interests and exerting almost he ti first to repel any aitta ic tJtah-
tantastic images, and folly to puff out her fe. udates every measure which would make it a infinitely greater control, incidentally, than it government ight be d'.posd to ake on
verish breath, melting the lines that wisdom Lgreat central government, giving law to the can dir'. idy. in the plain, straight-forward ex- them ; and this too, whether we approve the
pencilled there, till what heaven would fain St:i;.,, or which tends to give it a direct or in- ercise of its constitutional powers. They banking sysftm or no. 'he Stat esar, com.r
have polished for itself, loses the f.,r i11ni Eioii Idirect control over the private fortunes' and have, also,, iti consequence of adopting this potent tomraaagfe thlieir own affairs. We tIt
a-.,d becomes like common earth. afihirs of the people ; and it can own only principle of interpretation, been abil to solicit, nothing of tht- :dLcral government in realioen
A Dear Kis.A curious tri was recent such measures as tend to keep it within its without compunction, a continual extension to banks, bat to provide for the manngeinmmt
ly held at Middlesex Session in Enland .- province, to preserve its original idea, and on- of this incidental action, and to allege such of its fiscal cor.cerns, without rnm:atiiig :any,
homas Savelatid, the prosecutor stated, that able itto discharge its legitimate functions, pretexts for so extending it as to bring it home use, directly or ir.dire-tl, of their agency.,,
fhomas Savelad, the prosecutor stated, that Undoubtedly the federal government may to every man's 'bosom arid business.' !ad The adoption of"4is principle will bte for
room where the deferCndIrts CarolWin ithe tap take such measures, though they affect the pri- i6- clearly perceivedd the true character of t hi federal government to uithdra' itself 1ith.
room where the defendant, Caome from Birminewtn, vatc fortunes and relations of individual citi- the federal government, they had not seen this its legitimate province, fromi which -weean.
an'-d her sister, who had come from Birming- . ...
hm, were prese.. t. The latter joingly oh- zens, as areneccssary to the exercise of its without lively alarm, nor done it without see nothiing, verve soon at lea-it, likely to tempt'
seredhatsea'prisedersee delegated powers. But ty must be neccs- p..i'InIt remorse. / it forth gain. This will leave .- broado.
that no ma should priss her he whi abet. ,t sary, not merely convenient. Tihe rule al- Ia consequence of adopting the rule, that field and weightier matters to the State guv-
that no man should kiss her while -absent. It 'hti rmns hc fIrieterinotn
being holiday time, Savland considered this ways to be observed is, the Federal Govern- the governme-nt may do i;.,l,1t'll t it ernments, whidi-w'll raiae iheir ir taortaa
'a challenge, and caught hold of her and kiss mentmust touch the individual citizen as sel- may'not do dir-. -1,, and what is not iecessa- i ;the cstimation -of. the pecmle, rtake thm-
.. ..s. ; donm aund as lightly as possible, consistently ry to the discharge of its constitutional tfune- objectsof more Feriou.3 attent6n, enlist more
ed her. The young woman took it as a joke, with 111L ,i,.- ,-:harg oof its constitutional tion, three systems of policy have rown up, talent in'their administration, and irake them
bu k as littler, o that kidefend of ant, said s he would duties. Should two measures be proposed for which not oniv-creata obstacles toa return of altogether more practically useful.' We have-
like, as little of that kind of fun as he pleased.
Saveland told her if she was angry he woul accomphsg a constitutional end, one of the government to its legitimate province, but .no6 wishtomddrfie thefederal govermet.
ks her alsol d hhethn tried o d etasangryh which has very little bearing on individual cit- also perpetual inducements for it t depart fur- If the tendency of the times were to lev-
t her als he the t ,ie to do t, u~and theGy iz ns le vn ,. /
eil to the ground. On ri.sin, the an lzens, leaving them almost entire freedom, the thor and still further from it. These are toe sn its importance, we would set forth its
iehl to the ground.O n, o .rising, the woman ., ,- ... e .
struck him" he aa tried t;o s oan other connecting the government intimately systemasof internal improvements,,the Amcr- claims in a -strong terms es we donowthosk
Sthe scuffle shim;he aahit off hito kiss her, and all the business of the countryvand bring- ican system, as it is called,,and the \onnexion of the StaVes. Because we value the rights
i out oths he o h n wich wsh ic it into a close relation with very individ- of the government with banking. Theero is of the States, it must -not he-inferred, that '
spit out of ner month. lhe action was l-.. -.II ,. .0
th ual citizen,' the first ough'lt. toe hO aonn. it n tn
brought to recover damaomhes for the aton ws ue the frst "oht t-o be adopted i- no-constitutional grant of rower to the federal o- t'Y value the Union. 'iThe Union is b
'brouhtStSrecver amags fo thelossof n--,
rosg re coeredatss he ls o tes stead of :iv-r, n..L nigl, the last might be the government, in favor of any of these.- no means likely in our days to bem under-esti-
tiose. The defendant said he had no business ,".,", r ... ', 'g "'- 3:n. 2
koss Ther. df. eanteid he had no.s more feasible of the two, and likely to be at- Congress has the right to establish p6-t offices mated.- The centripetal force is altogetlhcr
to kiss lher. If sheo wanted kissing she had-u a ." I- I ,ta. '' ;'
husbandto kiss sher a better loing h a tended with mor beneficial reslts. .What and postroads, and to provide for the general too strong for that.- Shoiltl we, however,
hand to kiss tier, a better lookinga man than
ever the prosecutor was. ,,he jury without maybe consulted-openly and'-done directly, welfare; therefore, it has been contended see the centrifugal force predominating, and
Xesitation acquitted her; and the chairman must -never b consulted covertly, an-d done that it n,'. intersect the whole country with be led to ",pprelliid any danger front a ten'
said, that if any, man attempted to kiss- ^ great roads, and udertake any work of in- decy to dividuitiy, to dtmin fisso!u.
mat-against her will, She had a rih to bite We must avoid as i a r....'-r-, ail in- 'ernal improvement that promise. to be gender. tlion, we trs e shou'lH be fotnd frong the
ma..i nse i, she had a rif o i cidental action of the government-and that ally usefil. It it3 no right to' lay a protee- last frrendt Jof the-Union. ,But we ate nt4
O 71It lh s n os e- if sh e hd 13 1 a fan cy tor so do ,0. : 1 1 ,- .". .
oi s n r too, when it promises to be useful as well as tive tariff; but inasmuch as it has the right to one 9f those who neglect the danger whh- '
When it threatens to be injuriotu'. lay imposts for the purpose of revenue, it may now is, to utie'r warnings, against a danger,,
S..... .. ... 1 These principles, weo believe, arc sound.- lay them to double the amount needed for rev- which may possibly never. cornms Sufficient,
P~~rom the tBoston Q u arte rly e vi '& y c d o l ytw
o Boto "u l We do not mean to say that some prso may enue, and so lay them as to tax one portionof for the day is the evil thereof. The fedea' .
The Sub-Treasury Bill. not be found who'- will controvert them ; for the community to oenihance the profits of an- government is indispensable, and iti its sphere -
The principle of the Sub-Treasury Bill is there' are persons to be found who do not very other, and in point of fact so as to effect all it should be preserved at all hazarda.- But it
Simply that of providing for, collecting, safe well comprehend the relations which were the business-of the, whole country. 'Undier is after'all less essential th-b our -tate~gov-
r keeping, and disbursing the public revenues originally established between the Federal and the grant of power to regulate commerce, to ernments. Oar external relations,,our afihir .
without recourse to banks. We shall not the State governments, and who-havea strong coin money and fix the value thereof, it iscon- as communities, which it belong to the fede.
I trouble ourselves or our readers with the d.e- desire to make the federal government, the tended that it has the right to be connected hal government to watch over aidd regulat,,
Stalls of the Bill. They are, we presume, in supreme government of the country. But with the bank and, the whole bi n.ess of 'iAre of far less consequeiIee thai of relations'
the main, satisfactory ; for we have heard they are the only principles we can adopt, if banking. By means of its connexion with as individual citizens. The former ate few, I
little or nothing said against them. The prin. we mean t,:' a old the ci1-rgr *'f being 6ievolu- the banks andi b.jni:irg busihiess it ig brought and comparatively remote, i llle thfe latter aWe i
ciple of the Bill is all- that we feel much in- tionists, and to preserve our institutions in info tlw closest connexion with every man, ttany and inti'mate. The irst, tifft 'ns ofslv
Sterestin; it is all the friends of the Bill are their real character'; if we mean to preserve woman, and child in these tfrenty-six confed- occasional;, the last nttlnuaiIy; edvy nmii'T.
Very tenacious of, and' all its enemies very to States, as we ought, the main business of crated States. The federal government Is asso fa I'emov-
Sstrenuously-opposed, To the principle of the government, aud to restrict the federal gov- We say nothing against hbinks or the bmank- ed from the 'individual citizeh,, and perni:i sb'
Bill, es we have stated it, shall we therefore ernnmentin its action to tte special purpoes 5'iag system. We are now enquiring whether few to take part in its deliberations or admin-
i confine the greater portion of the remarks we for % which it was originally instituted, the system be a 'good or a bad -one. What istration, that it can never legislate for pfivaftl
- have to offer. Yet these principles have been departed we are contending for, stands above and inde. i' iterests, wisely, usefully and safely, eveni
S It may be assumed in the outset, that the from. The federal government, in point of pendent of any views any body may enter- it had the constitutional 'right to do'it. -The
Sgovernmient has the right to collect, keep and fact, has become the supreme government of tamin of btulanks or banking. The banks are in Stats arc therefore the more important insii-'
s disburse its revenue,, by means of its'own of- the land. It is no longer a congress for reg- timately connected with all the busl-mess con. tutions of the two. They Aoild thcrerore
, ficers, without any recourse to bank agency, ulating our,relations with foreigners, for ad- cerns of the community; they affect the pri- claim our first attention If the principle'of
- It may also be assumed that the banks have justing the intercourse of the States with one vate fortune of every individual; they deter- the bill under c' tsi'deration be adopted, they
Sno natural claim on the government to be em- another, and providing for the general defence; mine, to a great extent at least, the price of will receive' our first attention. Political me
i plowed as its fiscal agents, and that they will but it has become a grand central govern- every article bought or sold, produced or con- .will noft' r- thinliing perlietnally then of wi6aFX
t have no injustice to complain of, if they are meant, affecting by its measures, individual in- sued. The Government, by being connect. may be thought at Washinghon. : ihey will -
Snot so cnipl.:yrd. Moreover, it may be as- terests and relations more o.,uIf ll. than the ed with 'them, becomes connected with the have'leisurie tobestow their best thoughts on
ansumed again, that the government can, if it action of the State governments themselves, business concerns of every individual citizen, State legislation, on the mnans of removing
Choose, manage its fiscal concerns wvil.ouit The people, at least a large and influential and controls those concerns, just in proportion abuses which weigh heavily on the individual
, any connection with banks or banking insti- portion of them, have come to regard, it as the as it is connected with the banks or exerts a citizen, of improving ourgsygtems of jurispru.
- tutions. Banks are a contrivance of yester. supreme government. They think of it as controlling infleer-ce over thch- operations. dence, increasing'the facilities for popuhir ed.
Sday;, but governments are older than history, such; speak of it as such; as such. By means of the Internal Improvement ueation, encouraging literature and the arts,
Solder even than tradition ; -and there can be All eyes turn towards it. Do capitalists want system, of the American system, and its con- and elevating the individual mnat. The bat.
s no doubt that. they had fiscal concerns which to change their mode of investment, C-,.j'r,-I, nexion with banks, the federalgovernment has ance between the State and the individual, e-,
- they managed, in some instances very well must provide for the change; do their profits become thesupreme government of the land. twe'h the federal government -nd'the Stalt
. too,- a considerable timune before banks were turn out to be less than their wishes, Congress We say has become, perhaps it were a9 well governments, may be re.adjusled, and tieat
dreamed of.. 'What has been done, may be must rise the tariff of duties to make them to sav,'had become. ,The' tendency to cen- liberty to develop the resources of our eoblo
e done. 'The question, then, oh the side we are, greater. Is there distress in the money mar- tralizatibn. '" a unchecked till the accession country, to avail ourselves of our corenand-
Snow viewing it, is one' of expediency. Is it ket. commercial embarrrassment, the federal of Gen. Jackson t.the Presidency. During ing position, and to prove ourseiyes a people
d expedient for the government to dispense government has caused it; are our factories his administration it began to be arrested. worthy to be studied and imitated. -
s with banks, and all bankagency, inthe mar.- closed, ships hauled up to rot, industry par- Some may indeed question this fact, and we The principle of the bill. ouht a i' t l.
- agement of its fiscal concern ? alyzed, and-the laborer seeking in vain fbr will not insist on it so far as concerns the Ex- ; adopted because it Simplifies the fiscal con-'
f Our government, in its measures and prac. employment, the federal govei'nnmsnt is in fault ecutive Department of the federal" govern- cm-ns of the nation, and keeps them clear of
e tical character, should conform' as strictly as and Congress must aflbrd relief. j meat. Circumstances, not sought by Gen. tihe complicated financial systemrr of tlh Old
- ,possible to the ideal or theory of our institu- Federal polities, too, absorb State politics. i Jackson, and which we sue not well how he World.' The reul governments of thl Old
if tions.- Nobody, we trust, is prepared for a State legislators vote on a bill for the organi-cl have controlled, threw into the hands World are at this moment on Change Or the
f revolution ;', nobody, we also trust, is bold zatiori of a pi-imary school, or for construct, of the Executive, an uncommon share of now. Bourse, and the regulation of' fnd' ia the '
- enough to avow a wish to depart very wide. ing or repairing a bridge, according to their er, amidgave td administration e measures an principal fbsine.s of government. Govern.
ly from the fundamental principles of our in- opinions on a bill before Congress, or the fit- iorence and an importance, which we hopes ment, instituted' for the social'rn entl orthe'
I stitutions;, and every body will, admit that ness or unfitness of this or that man to fill the never to see possessed by the measures of any people, becoqres thus the mere instrument oF
- the statesman should study to preserve those Presidential chair. A federal warrant must subsequent administration. Nevertheless the private interest, of stock-jobbers, specuta'or
institutions in their simplicity and integrity, be obtained before one feels himself authoriz- tendency--excepting always a certain proc. in the funds; We do'not want thiis sLate of
t and should seek, in every law and measure he ed to support a measure' of Staite policy ; and lamation--so far as thro doctrines promulga- things here. We want a government, simple,
f proposes, merely to bring out their particular the merits or demerits of any given measure ted, and measures recommended were con. open, and direct in its action, performing itm
- worth, aud secure the ends for which, they will be determined by the fact, that it is or is corned-was arrested. .lihe Internal Im. the simplest and plainest mnuner possible th-w
- were established. Their spirit should dictate not opposed by the federal administration.- provemont system was vetoed, the American functions assigned to it.' .
t every legislative enactment, every judicial Federal politics, therefore, decide e-ery thing, sy, -_t, i: was modified,. compromised, and sent We hatve also commenced in this eutntry a "
t decision, and every executive measure. Any aud reduce. State politics to insignificance. on its way to the place whence it came.- new system of government, not in form only
-. law not in harmony with their genius, any Is this the order ofthings demanded by the' And now,'if we mean to finish the work, and but in spirit. We reject. the maxrimn,, that it is
a measure which would be likely to disturb the genius of our institutions? Docs this comport arrest completely, and peihaps forever, this necessary to deceive the people for thelyee,.
- nicely adjusted balance of their respective with.the Divine idea with which our fathers dangerous tendency, we must disconnect the plea's good, and adopt thW nmxmini, thatlhot~ty
- ,powers, or that would give them, in their were inspired ?' Was the federal government government from all banks and bank agency, is the best policy. To Carry'out this maxim,
- practical operation, a charter essentially dif- flamed to be the supreme government, and and adopt the principle of the Sub-Treasmry it is necessary that the government shouM au.
n ferent from the one they were originallyjnten- intended to invade by its acts even our domes- bill. ways tell the truth, both in its words and ia its
- ded to have, should be discountenanced, and tic fireside ? Does the theory of our institu. Now, as we have taken it for granted that deeds. It has a right to impose taxes. hut an-

I1mn'2, oietiry did not fire a 6,1n. EV r% exertion was rdae, rested in confidence upohi them.o In the oand in character. Evenn, 'ladjck.inthesamewptandwthnon e

6/mt po, nby-epn J! dor leep Vwit10wt t I 't ili"h.ilia. .
so h dlarsa bLto iuir heni' capture the at gregit*es, but their shter in the very morning of tlir .days tir -i acrit'the i f trj*, ii:l th aAe -lated. He is a wit-
d,:ill. anobeeio, .a Ih ostea sytmw in 1 e toherr h bi~q bth o
lie I("ti S(.mitt:aR or ire statear baks is; thatpaced whithai
'dit. : iFEs 89. 1 th-nif c; ickrrvc hammocIks renered it uterl. fallen vitis fo the engeance of the in- they r peparing to unite in holding that' nessnot to be'ipeachedho, witna
'.'b gt.eir.noteSi a th ks th(6 beipbe so acicab. hdman savage. Who could have thought fC.nventin, which inder the existing law, others, have already been benefitted bo't
tad; bu iet b'- nly d avowediv. The command waded waist deep through a that the date .of their usefulness was -to is give birth to a new State. this great anatomical discovery."'-
.Thl'6poptc \ivi w''n w*i tiherare tax- thick .ranffgrve-hamnmock and' swamp to the he so brief--that the chill of dcath vas so Polities, fellow citizens, is considered by lt *
fclo2 7iie so'nr.T~et;mie~omnts
to t elnt *be so hre-ta til dhmlo usehwa so ism utb n
I- ed fr. But s. lung zj il. revrnur*ireaviv" brig. aiind II<, rL-;,lt o tile affair, although ut soon to settle upon eves beaming with many, as a game of chance ; and Office, fi. t wi a
i"r thq purpose oF defiaving j s I cIiiilIete a3, uati to be wished, is aetr great. courace--hearts boundingwithpatriotism? Power, and Plce, are the counters ; those e
'pesof tile oxcriinrit. tk- ^hnuId | t ing. maiiic~i ,I^IL li'> partly avenged upon0 But why should we sigh for the departed ? who play, think only of themselves,,and are rRINCIPLES AND THE PEOPLE.
&aprbi' th ^11 If ">bll"i "ay a Pur- ileac same iiidi>ii= the iie they administered They have fougFht the good fightt" and always contemplating loss to others con- Tallahassee, Noveniber 3, 1S3. *p
"On-r. Pl 111, ba as, de nbh. oa be useless, it ?A) the rrew of the am te o

alma~~~~~~d cess. oblh,,. totoiraes- isr
xla y operzLoemdah'icenittoa ke tle The rew onduct truht suc to their bereave' friends-to their young f.etedwith their own suiese b
** es- ;*ight aii possible, which in it s turn manner as I to inspire me with high confidetice companionsin arms the mostsoothing of rupt notion cannot be received or acted Glorious Triumph of the People!! r
V6 bdr i e ih eople, and keep the gover. in them. all consolations remais- EY DIED FOR upon with safety, in a Goverment like The last mail brought the ost cheering in. t
weAtpeli a-evei bykeeping it poor, keep o it Afe burning the Aa and dstroi THEIR COUNTRY ours. Such was not the philosophy of telligence, to the friends of our cause-"Frin- e
'iest, free from orptio. three as exn don There are yet other a I suld, the Revolutio. Suca rule never u p Though, on the

threem canoes, theues the~io retuene otend0 G,
"ues d tt havia m entiobe them'ied -cfith s;m anp'e i n ed-h o d c f a hau. 1* il a d h ,P o l. T o g ol tl
S the g-eatetob io, or oneof the great. board.. hve mentioned them before; and Ihesi- nced the conduct of ashgon, whole, we have no particular reason to -be
<'.tabieao6s, to th&dposite system, in either Respectfilly, si, tate now, because no words can give ut- son, and l, /i:-. ,--WAsmNGrTON, in the 'satisfied with the result of the election i d
*'s,4tional bank or in state banks, is, that it I have the honor to be, terance to the feelings which belong to language of the great Kentucky Orator, disats of the Ter yit f 'h e nI d

9 o a'i -se tsle. usnern of the oterpatverteTerioritafodsus, the bankseuseofthe government JOHN T. McLAUGILIN, such a subject. When Leonidas fcllwith "the Father ot his country,- JEFERSON, ther pars ofthe errtory t
*t1uils. Being giten to the banks, the use of Lieutenant Commanding. his noble Spartans at Thermopyla, his the Father of Amenican Liberty, and feigned pleasure, to announce so signal a tri.
he fuids i virtual givea to the business Ion. J. K. PAULIING, countrymen erected a magnificent on- MADISON, the Father ofte Constitution." umphof the Democratic Republican Ticet i
comnaunirv. Tlie b'ieCsS community, so, Secretary of-tle Navy, Washington City. mnent, with this inscription : "Go, passecn- Were I to venture a definition, it should be in the East. The members elected from St. a
ong en. it hos time utr i them, willhnot be anx-
brolo ton s. rds The uve wf se t willve aprfe Ui GEt rite themTI ger, aiid tell at Sparta, that we died here this: "Politics is the art of making men John's, we know to be friendly to our cause ; t
irse to a reduce- a the rvenuus. It will prefe a it ad l in oedience to her laws." What more ap- happy ;" and as we are about to enter -up.- ur
h- *W.b xr;q, -and favor the. accumullation of a It, would have afforded us muchn pleasure, prprat epiap -.oi a in the fo li u ride ou'oto an theyial afeng vo-w .^^^
sis, because by ar ing dthe use of the to have published the whole (oi tins chaste preopoat eict waN fares, tB I ii iv..-. o pardneisatie for onsidering for a wio r ent fough unroifu toe aand they baner 0
tihnr- Thuny' t e t hav ers, te o1 .h iwdhidat i f contsidersto tindgfor a imomnt.-uandidts. fort th upi eod aninfurled bande r
h- td 6hinoustatr'ita credit,-it gets back more and eloquent production, but our limits would utheroic fate oOfDADeGADINERI,.FRASE, what may contribute t t his end? 1 say they went forth to th o e of R i.iple an
than it. is obl-.l to p1i. in taxes. This part emit, we however extract that portion of and their brave and devoted comrades ?-a for a moment, for political truth lies with- Right-and they have returned walh victory
he subjcc'r, A-r. G1tu1. ill hi s.speech of tu
ebrary esueil, haset ir a clearlight, and it which will be read with the most interest.- And yet, tdie sculptured marble could not in a lUt idl hi a o s aes andsst a esrind upoa their standard. In this strug. lt
-Ilt.enaey,1tho asret e ra 4a pondee te tb tteaoeohose gai, l. tell more faithfully the sadttae of their 1)hie 'assti po to a ince' Blc, w cr intolyed the freedom of the Pres -
alua- .The surprise andrk.,,-,utobered are massaio o"h tcsarre"sao than do the ,. It n 'a 1Zo ep I t y s m h I eioight of Free DiscnSt tonl sion. It was a strug-
^dL 1k, evenv freeman'. 1 -he policy of our lant officers, who have acted so noble a part uri ranghre than Fdr oe ;ligenti In
'dvqiiahidnt ihoulds-be to make the taxes as i oh I nds i- er mn hapiesm besin be pomoede. By gle met e an bitehligent and high nmind t
light- as .tpossible,- conaequetitv' to look Niith fIA t'il te remlainfs of' the, valiant (''tyw. thle wisdom, justice,,firmi-ness And moderl- norcadapodadoeba-igmn
d.stcust on, all measures, the direct tende:icy u to' w. % pas11 girrassa l ad v ir ollof thosc, who are lc chosen servants ied Aristoracay ; nd thaprDadoiLereingsno ,
dtlwiah ..... .. ..oretsee ncrrepas e taemt. Whn the hange of flags took place, err as they are and shaded -by tl l\,I: of the people. By free suffrage and thi aeArt or pya n
( which-must bo to-Increiase them. as the-, a01lre,.pa endsiie sehaded uub11v 11 1t- he.,,,ptinfn rran ptioim f u find illh asth
e- 1riiav at o be maiinained with some tau. the inhabitants ofe lo'idas 'ee ripe and murmurin pines ; of tn shal'he absence of propcity qualficaif office. and patriotism of our friends in the East, the a
sihilitylartes,thatit is for, the true intees for liberty : at a distance from the mother mounds of lthe forest conjure up l.t;a-|By an Indopendent Judiciart. By laws. trcsilt has been all that we could have wishes

aleml~tion., ad th at rai t er ot be'rn t ft e n F govrnd ed fo r t h~ S a es,' fetaeesr' ofag th,? T e a re wasio t e sI..- Im ii n 'and wih ap rel v -o rm S ;:ore' weasnta q aitd-b t h
of the bank tie.Ies to have no connexion country, p they had been governed for the (h, traveller's imagination, a V sion te which shall protect effectually life, liberty -iore than we could have expected. We, i
with -the fca concerns -of the government,. most part, by wise magistrates, whose bled and bloody indeed, but h i -l-iok mt and property. By opposing and prevent- congratulate our friends in West, and Middle w

hen thy eam t bt.ealM' in w houtgeat d '-), he re01utin diappearbefor the ot-nhe hersldis ersedor dof thoe;mothiryho ses mae-F.,r,,da up'onknohniheriaraloubtlss melcted to-th sSethe
Nobody, we:-presume, is hardy enotigh to equitable rule diffused contentment and 1with glory g the amalgamation of the money poW. Fli-ida upon this signal triumph. It is the d
cortend that the bainsiould control the go. security, and a knowledge and value of "Ho sle te brve ho sink torst with political power. By opposition to dawn of a new and gloriousera in or pot
vftesarnt.. It *-ha-3 never, we believe, bee-i the rights. The stern and inflexible integrity | wth alltheir country's wishes blest- mr 'oropo ies. By great caution inal history.
imert tof the people to plece the real gov- of WHITE, the devotdness of KIDLUN gant of Charters, and by so restraining the [he good is a i

auu tv :ofte, cono..... .(tht -du te.utecunr .nsthry Whe'na .;' sprfing. andi dewyelfinges, orludrd-'vi,. mil.."deed h.Icaatr ad., thOUe, people are awx'aksiu .... au'theirown and i" eou q-
rn ta b of tha country in the hands the the social virtues and high qualities ofl hepg w firs 0,cd, rthem when grafited, as to make them sub- pwe a
crporatio.s. They have, we believe, always Cor arc favorite thmswith those I .Retuns to deck their hallowed mould; ject, useful, and. profitable to the people country's good. a
intetei that the government should maintain who lve to remember the Governors ol She there shall dress a sweeter sod, By legislating as little as possible in favor We are gratified to see among the success-
mmthsupr I be~ and fhl-t'mrs i, er Asrest and tfs lantd. lit Floiida has ali'radp ire.- i Than fancy's feet have lossctrod. rests
itssupreacy, o o t' ias ha ever of individual interests; let individual in- ful candidates for tlhe Convention, from St. 0
tht'of thecou'ntry, regardless of the special bed freeprinciplesshe was n ot governed i T re Honor comes, a n li e, teerests be left to themselves, under the John's the name ofthe Hon. R. R. Reid; who
interests of the presidents and doctors of aloe, when the union took place, by king To bless the turf that wrap their-clay, protecting safeguard of equal laws. By is as distinished as an able Jurist, and
~t ae leovrmen 1intains its J,'f
e nc the a on o i n, te im s prerogative exen, cised through an agent And Freedom sll a whle repair, abolishing the idolalryof men, and substi- Statesman, as he is for all those qualities that
lerinatyereostis ismthlere. She like the States, stood under I o dwell a weeping herm)t there! ti g fur it, devotion to p inciple. By ac te .a gentleman. East Florida could t;
olihe u.,_, rt o,-- s .i. p t,,icnl,.poit te the sacred shadow of a constitution; a It is nrot forr me to tell you how much strict construction of constitutional po w-t hav made a better selection We re
banky, asnd ailnotarit, b' % hichi they wa- iv t constitution thie work of Spanish patriot- East Florida : imt ->-l in this Indian ln- ers. By the diflusion of knowledge. By r w pesra w
lws seeorbepriepired to met. ism, i 189. The M :i, of Spanish surreclion. How. hs it fared witl the inspiring every generation as it presses aso happy to see that David Levy, Esq ho
ennt will hae it in its powered to It rb, libel-t standsvet in you-city. Itis thae ilIg, 1i-iii plantationsof the South ; the forward upon the stage -of life, with an ob- is favorably known to our cities, is elected
e ho sesi r nie stbusies s only one perhaps in existence; for, after fertile fields of Alachua; the pleasant pla- horrence of the cr-aft and stra.t:.zo- ; of to the Convention. With the other members
calc on, and thwartthem m their most the transfer of tie Floridas to the States, ces of the St. .,,? They ,are waste selfish ambition, and with a pure lovc for from St. John's we are not acquainted, but
cherished l ais. dt'm r l upcn them fbr the pure monarchy was restored to Spain, and desolate ; their slaves have been rsiz- Liberty andthe People. And especially, are informed that they are men of sterling
its funds ,,tt"hen they are all loaned out, and and the stoine obelisks, the wainmarks of ed anid carried away ; their nieocks and most especially-ry cultivating the Fe- worth. Messrs. Hart amid Mills, who are well"
Sn t'tcy caill 'oes i ii ,ut reat de'- the revolution, disappear before tIe poten-- herds dispersed or diyen off; their houses male il''f. known here, are doubtless elected to the Sen- a
rimiet to tte bu'siess p.. -'ir- .' the con cv of tie returning scept're, as wel from burned and destroyed their inhabitants On you, tail daughters of my country ;at. We have not heard who is elected to the i
trvunit-v, often not ( tn,.i pr;pducing a panic, the mother country as tire i .!:"liiai in- e.iles from their dwellings, or murdered --will mainly depend the character and house, in Duval, Nassau, and Columbia couin
tiorncrial embarrassLietr, co tiiercial distress. pprovinces. and scalped upon their own thresholds! and fortunes-of the new State Your ,smiles .
'_If-there be-iut one bank, or if there be. one The native Spanish character i well wet arc coldly told, tirle United States are and your beauties are the roses, that bor- tir.- e
anamoth bank, iti perhaps, profit b' adapted to free and liberal principles. It not responsible for the losses- 01. ou r ci- der- and bloom "along t]ie path 6f human\ Sub Treasury Scheme.-We shall make
panis fiaa il ebarm-nits, com rcil is like the beanutiful language of the Span- zens. Some losses, indeed can never be life." 'They cheer and comfort the soldier, apology, for the space we have occupied in
distress, but the Iatk generally canno.- ish natio, a combination of strength and -reuerated ; no Treasury could pay fo in the battle-field, the sailor on ti bound- o y, er th s article e from the Boston

.. ......- ,: ,.:, , heattemnt' cohebindatinof stin, b and ih r oene nt, Iwhefo'n the Ininbcc lec-,sa~ttlferd vtden the bleusngs d- ... .. .
oeir intereatis one and the-h ,~same with that sweetness; the Roman dignity with 'the i theim .i But if the kecpcr- of a T.,- .,, in ing billow-trhe sge in the deep recesses ta tto f l
t fthe bii'i',-v-titnihini' -; itis best pronio. polish of the kings of Cordova. I r removing him from one place to another, of the closet. When you approve virtue Quatery Rvie, on t h quston r
ted'by sustaii""h g, by keeping th 'a- The.. experiment helas tIsucceeded well in negligently permit him to escape from his -becomes more bri.lit, scirene, and beauti- arecod ei wil b a w p
lcrs;nao.)td> antd i-ve, the times good amid easy, the Fi..i;d \. and a few years have made cage, would he not, on ordinary princi- ful-when you disapprove vice assumes a profit. Weave rarely metwith an essay 01
S- heyu. entobe-efro allonnex- e na ve' bitan andtie crican pe s be responsible for the injury result- darker nd ore hideous aspect. I t is to th same length, which contained more good

e~idt~c ut tht,'~l,,,tu~ -tifluenatie' iand oprtd upo bv Amern' rp preauton, bc~' for,.. th o andn o ds more shideous an spencuraemet, is to.. -
io~i with a partner over wihose-operations -on. hi-.cripc w h r rsudagmn;adw
hale no itr6l, and vhoemay choose to pith emigrants one peole. tng from his negligence? Now, who rie your eyes the first looks of childhood are reasoning or sound argument; aid we are glad
drawhis' iat'slt at theey' cmoosento M-h And cordially and quietly and prosper- tile Indians ? Aie -they' an independent diected in search of affection; from your toseesuch sentiments, emanating fi-om the

.drawgis,.'inle.,t (iatsatileVrnnai.RiRoane .I whll v .i inepndn diece i. serc ofdrcin;fo.
h, are mn-'estiert-Io them. otfs l ,oge,- ously e-e we o vingt on,fellfow citizens, nation, or ai-c they the pupils-the wards lips the first hieing of infancy are caught ; .Cradle of Liberty. It shows. that their it s

Tf," it to "eli v of~ tih U,,.[it atc-h, re ee in spirit a, ....e .v influ.e.nce.....
cthey betder, fr,, the o to when the govrneint sot t ob s eo of te eitd States; Ia a1 ie S to their con- boyhood repeats his first lessons at pithye a redeenieg spirit a conserstie fluency,
tlir better fr ,l e;t trust to their own -" t, n", g,, ;. 1 ". "party ever pat of yo pofig Thatosu ed tbe
ndansad 1,6-- 1.n -r proper'vocation, than the Indians from our Territory before Oie ati-l, and actually controlled by- their a- knee, and Manhood follows wer- v o ti t of our and.

e,pl,36"~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ilk ',tl :,,li; "'cs, ,o Ieur rz he ide taut R "s c" ._.- wso n~,zr~tbeil. fle iight omand, isDemog raduaic Dcries.ofved

r* r K ;. .!;^ ^
it 'ish. ,[d up te in wt those of preparations. for'Ahat purpose e, authorized gPeots n What duty was incumbent t unproij- to s.p'i :I-.- way. Exert tir-ii all i'ui iri and eemin rat looao thes
the. govermimenat. The li-t, Irv of thle latie de. tmatep.The Indians, stung, b-,. an the Cover-na-ent, wh'len the Indiinas wec-c fILu.cac ;- scatter wide thie b'lessings-s "olin me'ii cr-lrsoefomoni
-)Site baiiksfir~- be !,ia i to -aford some indignilty offered t o Os -6 a, url-ed by 'his .to be rricoel? \Yas~it not, to use eve-, h~ve the power t6 bestowi. f Spa theam leatst,at the North; in short, that f0m
Sideace uo the tl-, of -.t,,- in. influence, and operated uidon by their ry precaution, everv d-l t d dto r-estran words of instruction and encouragement, centrt Fhecrm e
l c ( uitis.1wh young men who were panting for War-, ietl from <-..i-- and mischief, until tie drctated by yourown pure hearts; and tie the true leaven is working a salutary -change
t i pfftl r:,c1. i aois qRaihe t.- a oo t thia savage fury ; a fury o reoval was elected ? Was this duty State of Florida-the new State-will be upon the whole political mass. The Constitu. ,
nerirpd ch ,h project woirk.s nwr. 1 which mm t, 1, In r Ii:m the efforts of' army performed ? Was there, when the war made free, posperous and happy, by the tolTeasury ibecomgatopc ofuver
t,!t.not ,i i-i -lt te at iado rt andw me siitia, rt emans vet to -be subdued began, an Unitedd States soldier on this graces anrd virtues of her daughters,. the sal interest, and investigation. The film of j,

tlheni toor Uht t.ati Jio\ Il oithe only1 ofn nthari velt-no logrbemain ed A t he prm-TH TU ,whntdirey .-t,:, Pliis namncymyenstof ahu;it dice tnha rehasis onw~ t
..... T r s he idea that "the ?a- is ovain Joens? Was not hire whole wisdom and: , bln inti y of he party prejudi to long obscured the
and rleders :tlIh.t^no tlesubtorequir dliusive-it should not e indulged, regon Soutb ot this City, entiely unpio- sons. o o mn being gll e e,
tht mucith bhn [,,u rvd i;iio on the subject, to e it prolong hostihi- teted and detencess? adthe inhabi- Feollow-itizens t b a ena rre beg heinning to looka at the tsubjct,
injdu11C'( thomni e".-m in the undertakingT because, its tendency is to pooghsii etdaddl~cls :
.to 4t fal accomplisent. The tvora ties,,which may-only be quelled by deter- tants been supplied with arms and ammu- The moral appropriate to ,this day- v il the it arof sound retoson. Tou the true
a sothecritsisandowlhhichtsth u pholdteveery'-thiW patriot, it mattr not, where or with whnt tris
manner inu l.,ic! the project hias been receiv- mined, vigorous anid constant ;fort.- uition / Had a force, sirch as the crisis and which should e i ts -bleVery e tloeng sa chm o r ginated-whether at the North or
od in ever v quarter, is indeed a testimony that Though much has been done, much re- demanded, been collected on the border and taught upon utter hopelessness S outh-with Mr. Van Buren, or Mr
it ouldenot r i any event be abandoned, and mains to he accomplished. rte end is of what was called tie Indian country? ea preserve ng LIBERTY witho ut patriotism it is enough forhim to knrw that its p

'baeadai,-um, u adertaing, and h as i tob acmi" is lid Thelevn" i TIM
firis and menmlers more sanguine its friends ises of our own hopes,and of these wretch- questions, will clearly show where rests loyalty to the Ince-in a country like whorcountry~and addpermaney andstrengr

*~ ~ ~ .,ea an pri--oii-netkn... .ha not mv purpose to .hscuss ;a.ecison up- not the question. IHave all _the means, Patriotism is like the fountain of youth-- other measure that is likely to prevail, we pha~ll'

ti-uld 'nilh.-t,,::.J,, ,Ithas been .]ii .:U..*1-?:., and bett1r grace a'nd more -justice, when tl-e have devised and commanded, been afttu-j land of flowers !)--the refreshing and^ ren- that Florida, as a Territory, cannot utter her
Supporters. -For thisreasonwe think ed ba barins-let us rely upon aersever- theally resorted to, and us vain? I so, ovatig waters of whh, carry strength voice on this subject in the national Legisla-

... .v' in man\ c.,.-::.- di --,..<'t,:.. and closelyv scru- ],,\ioo ,,, o ......ada, ,,his. ... lanst igrh.' and_ the clahn for redress is idle ; but if other- and beauty and perpetuity to the ihstitu- ture, but we 10ok forward with pleasure to the
t o fee nsittins.Foor wn"ar, e,
our zed b .-tint. an old inhopo abenit ant," should i n, ener-y to banish fm the Territory a sustained in this a debtsc-a deep and abiding lions of the children of mee not far distant period, when, breaking loose
l' t f is le a. obligation resting o thc Governent,! "- -.n from her t stoerrip torial fetters, h shall, is a

ft w\e"-. n ilia-.c',,m~,_': ",J < .. u ul fnhd "n -ts "e --- ", or "t "usic an an t w i -n An, Important Discovery---The Teeth. ^ frs es ad
i nft -it,.tfnany ttemptatmaybmade cadi a trt, ahmho those who administer the Gov- worm which weaves its beatify w n itst, b bliev it t be one a

ecibilite and c ys i v A. o d Waldie, notices a discovery of no htt e bra-ut, sd to be one oa
sinc:h. rl;; ":T,i^ p d.gna^o l- ^ ^ ^^ ,q'af^a seiu diUliente charac- C~ast down and almost destroyed; maim- portance to such as are-troubled with bad enrg of youth stnietand upbyteast f e
to detruv t i confidence of'the peope w cs 'tr o thier enemy has been conducted, it d and halt as we h are Clad in s? Pa t is sibi sed aliis-not for itself but for others. r her enc to the nt an cast

"' ," -.a> l. .1- 'i"-,i has bn ..... thie wild men and the wild woods, ..i-lx. and ashes--it is the pur-pose of those who ^m iesne i.(ad- ,nwa ^ ^atcpto ~ hsmc eie
l. q ith a ,iich they have been operating. It is have tlip power in their hands, to nriug us practising dentist aI No. 68 South Sixth vent, itnmaynbe wellforithe people, ctou dinforan
al'ih.and be,,d itheshaowof. ot e mually trure that thre *have been exam- iot..i,.ly into the Uninf the States atriti, i like the fountain of yw outh-- oea i y topeai

u -d.g!', an r,t il. booksiof subsiridtion b f r ppes of valor and achievement, charawc er- and, when some of our people complain osu c(mae itcapa b e no etaint nitsoins, idn onurive theit our thcod al s eup ery eare t awrled
t euld'Rl R,,ad n. l..It, birs n6wgoing on, asLwc ismic ote and creditable to thie American this precipitation; ancm sayn they would investigation, aoearious sooth inu'edisaend re- thca the Frda, y at a wTerrtory c annio er lher

l'a,'n, iiiam er. b .,-ptrui- s abni ntra.cdu-as arms. History wio rl member tahe dante prefer delay until the day d e calamity has difficultynto result probay i'om tooth From what we know of the people o Florida,c
th,:- iiterc-,tS L..t lh,..' B~tii. arinsep-a srable-ron less courage of CLINC, at the battle ot the -assed over, they are told that such viesvs aohec Extraetion was the remedy 0f we apprehend no danger, butnthat on the ques-
thi iut,'ert.-- ,_,t" l-osdkve tl-nkdthe suggest. Witaaacoochia ; she wisl t ionnec a the came fre patriotic s and unw bie. And why bcoursea; tye poor horse, was tripped u y tuontunder discussion, she will eo right.
ti,,, of,.,,ir t..rrit,:p,,nd'6t a good one, that the of LEIGH READ with tlhe ruins of h e, so? Why should our Western laitdt,', tying his feet together, as custom press no- The question that we are caked upon to de-
c rd. 1 1, :.-illihd. in Othe same stream she will think it unkind tha we desire to u:;t r bes, and was lanced, and as we poor du- c p a t G
docunakiit,:mt e tI:, -J-h,' ,ot, itsfrctcd iHtsdipe se thiobesngsiobliisationton the GovernmentT birertraletrssh shail olec, a

ords r thatiall hi,,.,,'tted-may poe and judge of inscribe upon her oan..s with a peneilof a season?' Is it:I,.t.,-r /inin tbem, in-i.;ti'-is have too 0tten witnessed, ahpair kbep and disburse its own funded, or whether
ue- \icu am.1 fthi m L'.:.;csof ithasbaiotcn pro- 1. tir e names te wAYLORd Hw s to msist upon aakn h us r-t the Utnhm Iunpose o thot selwo oeS tm re s -inci, d as we natise also mc dered
coipihe. ciut ban '~d tire,_ shedow of tspadnoutm r. liuht., true tha thr ,av bee exa-, i"n "h l into0 th Uno of tr Stts street -,ha a faort horse, w..nch. ha be- itshllemselve uponkhs, andeverynother woading

ttji--. _1 I -w n U ; 6- -nallet a1d it loel shall e p- n
ton pANY EPEC, OTR n W-orpesenit a .bie le- Ae WCrchtr1 11t'c' ven. a kaitan iic lai-
I H.ARNEV, LEE, PIERCE, FOSTER, and FIAN- or- present ab|0e,:'t lae ? A Vre wf r- I" 't !-,,- ,, -y t aeta whether it shall transact itsown business, hold
1. S. T S'(ON'R W'AVPE, NN.: ed for'such a 'ch:tn' ? Iihave ter eet e wa ts its ow purse, and pay its own debts, or hire
Nor haetehinhiabitants oT Floria oftnrt t' upr of ~-~bd uefrtwol withdraw it from it
SS. lh..rnat. Sept. 19, 183. ants o hef Flori da, of contributing to the support of G .cm- others to do it-whether it shall suffr its rev-
S i' l S.h u ,o o epi 19, 8i8. o tizens, bern Ni t n_ theirdutv; meant, when we can scarcely support ou -, s ..The gum tumefied-and on ex, f T h irresponsible
'Sir: I have th ionPor report toy ou, tha WA E P selves? Is it just. is it proper, is ite .i amnining it carefully, tie doctor perceived eue to go into the vaults ofrpon
ht~h W\ ave at~dyed at l,:y hBci-:.eno on the-d C and H dthi e seesr-o s jus tae amid I Is it ts a at thep o Banks, to be speculated and peculated upon, or
tflieaenjr. arice that pei Bi., the barges o t an HNa and their ave erusnaked and bleeding as we are aligament at t neck ot t o teh. and whether they shall be kept under itsown eye.
.',Shgc rad Etitnet. under th cm bansiat; animated by the same spirit that hitch us to the Car of the West, and drag. mumh thminig of the effect, he cut Whether it shall be eternally beset by the im-
tint 1ieut. SLurk, lave h:, constantly manifested itself at Lexington, Bunkers us furiously into the-Union? Let us not it; the tooth immediately fl o, or was ortunitiesofBanksand whether a monied in-
i tli illandtheCowpens, have obtained for be misunderstood. We are sincerely at- extacted with slight ert of the um shall constantly be brought to bear up-
tedi a to tI, .tiard asi i K.,: Va.:a. our militia ani enviable r'-itaton. Ever tached to tito Union ; gladly would we at and finger. -- n it, or whether' it shall be permitted, unfet-
itI cto gladl
aip u 'efalv cannied all Isiscls they fell in fresh and green be the laurels they have the proper period, unite ourselves to -the This led the operator to efinor r t per it e-
,,1,& '- gathered! hAnd -there are othr s o ihers, whoe sisterhood of the States. But, give us the hint was obtained which corners on sui- tred and onptou erfr te
gathered 9 mterfuction s withor utd rikotopserfo r om a the
tlie'W las s,..iiretd the ree,-f as far, as names should be on our lips, on a day like time. Allow us to rise up from the earth, f' hiuntv a benefit, hch may be mate fudishonesty or bad management risk of losses fros. the
Sey W stau hibt at anclor there,- intelhi- this ;. alas nothing that we can say, no where we are prostrate; let us collect our esteemed by the sunerer se d oy to t he dishonesty, or bad management ofiss others.
Ane was. rcci ed, cat I on ilte m,,riing of praises that we can utter, can penetrate minds and renew our strength; let the In. discoveries of Jennere cxirulnts aof Ghitenn shalh brueikie; whe he tghed
fw'heOti of the ,lisat-r-' ,,t tlie late gaIte. and the gT.,:,m\u' tomb. or provoke the silent dians be removed, the war ended, and the the blood Subsequent expe rimentshaveov e n ta l b in to adeam
,'.Z tas'acre it ert mws :.f and dust." M"N niCr.vrm., BIhtooK,THoMP- flood-gates widely opened, for the tide of fully proved that the human teeth are-also withbank, and to a c certain extentmor he ther-
. tUb-g Ahna, ,, Plan,. \V' were instant- so, J.tLLONWHEELOCK, VILLIAMSVA- Population and Prosperity to flow in ; then retained so powerully in tei socKets, y smelled in its operations byfrom them. or whether not
I --. ,. a ligam en t, and it IS 'tie breaKiin o, o f I s"its hal kel
g'I,.,unye-r -veigh, and having pii'k-ed up the SWEARINGEtR and WALKER, aie sleeping we shall neither be afraid nor ashamed to a ligament, and it is tIe akin o is, se o existence of well-reglated
sonour ri-ju,e, anch,ie at Key. 3iscay.- the sleep of death in the wilderness.- stand up by the side of the West; and it which requires so much manual force; and opposed to the leule
lie 17111. bw upy, thi~~~~~~si wnen, cut, which gives not somc Bak:btwar p 0el
-^ i -gh^t.'p,,the Ith., -, "Deep is tlhe sleep of the dead, row their will beour pride and our pleasure toocupy.thiswhen cut which gives no so mubh onk ts btweare op the Gen
r nbill n, with 'thirty pai as lancing te ofms, loodust tle tooth
o C:a'rmYethiag" "i'i h Cu ilowt of dusir danip and cold the with her a place in the Union of the States. pa as lancing the gums loosens t.e tooth G. ,n up th tiem
ies-, wandr cent m ro- the Cut.,ai of their -epose, when, Oh, wheh shp] We a-re not influenced in these suggestions, and it may immediately be extracted it. bn b r up
a. -um_ -(,f Lietean I pan wit the fingers! A, physician Let the Federal Governm en moe ....sow
n'. the r .:k, about be morn in the grave, to bid the slumiVer, by any other than the most fraternal feel- out pain, A phsca Le the Federal oentmove ineits own
6feJ a^ ;^ bpnheoayebithelulr:^t^ ^ thea^ S wrecs,1bu six^ mireolutions be operated upo
tq;-' ne mredth ot pth l'rd~a;o~ ersti'..ake ?F_ rugs to the people of the, West. if it be of our acquaintance, whose name we are orbit; and in its upo
Wo1 the rorth t,1 (-ape FIida; visiting There re yet others, the mention of their.fa. e to Journey with our bretfirei of at liberty to mention, if requested,-has had as li n b% extraneous influences, as possible.
.. -i."'s ona' of extrat.hi ae largell molrar ais opraeresoud areb infuece dinrs theunmml aetojuny}......' "-"
inalv'I. t ,iLa I lThe brig was intpos whom comes nearer to our own bo'soms the west through the storm and su,,iihhe the operator of extracting a large molar It operationtshould, othe influenced in the
wn of _a tbi pert y ut lr,,hia,,t. fled_ __d eFLO ,n GOUL,-I i~,RTT;E sitY they of future years, the people of the East will treblefanged tooth, in this way, -without sliglute!t decree by private or local intertse,-
t.-" ri'tmllgoar approach u ;i othowever,t we 0youg am:id 't fll- s w i le no doubt cheerfully acquiesce in theirdes- -pain, and so gratified _as he a oby the fact, Ilet ie t ol s if the will, legislate for these;
d .mn two wun promise of a Irihit care r before them. tiny, and seek more and om-re to cultivate" that he' investigated the anato-y of the bt let the p9iy fthe Gnnral Government con-
" Tri ....~p~e ,...'a- "erfit thiat tb Phe, ln t Imnre, "of pal'its' arid fri-ends an idenirtyv 'ith them. in interet, feelings,pi, a, .. af a dead sti t-. te il
V.. )'f pa .... ffin 1'e.na_ artS' f i", L ,ldex' .

ade our;land ph, andhase r,Ws', bia';ti"i.
tuilied. nthe rngslta. of thargit bo hi
mnre permanently. secured, andthe results of
hiir legielat ion huire certain aud efficiacious.
Thank Grod, time work of' R 'Srtn.' we bflievee
as begun. A few stepsh'n tv, b :en (aken,-
.ccesst'uly takeno, t. .Irmg th.' action'oriG6
rnment within s ostitsCostitucn1 it iiriits.' Th
ibjectofthe framers of the Cons.thLalionag -i
rovding for levying arid 'cofllect-ing dttier,
begianing to be undorstood-and lite 'people,
re able to discriminate between a ti bri', pro.
ectiitg the interests of a favorcd'few, a'nd R e1-
nue hLaws for defrayving tine di..pnh e f the
overnnient. Lat the glorious work ;o on-
et the Governdhent assume and i.-i I-i-ii its 4
|w ground; keep aloor'ro It ( *i-(T.r ':onsl,
:ise s.nge 0 'fii and e ionuesy its ot.' ai-n ii.
nd avoid ( iv a 'c. upon .'.!i rightiI
,n- pwr~rog:-t ';.a si eiStates,-ammd we havit
little t. i'- r. 'Tlie importunityy io the trm:u-t
aund and one local interests which now bewriege
tie National Councils, will be rebuked, and in-
oivduals and corporations will-r4ok to, torei
w, i and not to the opublie treadf;urys for tha
accomplishment of their oijects,. -
Ve have not given this subject. all that atten- .-
ion which its importance deniatds, but aes
ave examined it sufficietly rto/be driven 14
ie conclusion, that a ilitortie ot the IG.o. er-,
nent fro : Banks, c Inot je too permaaenton"
oo wide. ,
Ti, coieipenit it r%,r manner in %hich tho e d.
lota i the TimTes" ithas ilh.-d ito tits, is d M
1'preciut s d. Wep ae ever refrained froimn -
onal abuse 7,'!i '. the columns of our paper.
For what transpurl d disa ou or abseuce, we aire
ot responsible.- If he li-Ni bt'ii roughlyhan-
lied, byour"ast's,"as-ne callsa-trhenmtie fault e
s phis own-hi knew that we wers;i-st nt, and
ie had no right to attack us or our la Ss, with-
out I p trii5 a o''.|i" ao far as wem.are ac-
uainted within thle merits ofttue case, hir is the
ggressor; arid if be has been roit,"] %nd -'%or-
ted," in the contest, let im charge it to his
wn presumption. The weapons ut'ed y: gains'
im, Lhave'been quite as honorable as those
ised by himself; and h e cannot cd i iplick it-re-
ore, on that score.- W s e -
IBut doe the "Times," seriously h' elieve thaL,
he Watchmaln'-has lost itscaste g t We wish
o disabuse it. It is true by our iid nd fearless course, we brave lost the patronage
of Government and batik officers-it is true, -
hat we have received no legislative bontts, and
have had to in.tgig-_- against w theirfluence of
nonied corporations but ithiank God, hwe a'e
yet alive, and have bred to eat, and are able to
payour debts. If our pockets are not as full
as sriome o ofur neighbors, our subscription list,
as siitflercd no diminution. The -people to
vhose interests w-a. Ir plteded will not be dri.
'en from ui, by ti'e riPsrepresidnttotions dr'our
bes; and w prize th'-ir approbation, more
i hghly t San all the loaves ati t fisntes that can
te disten.ed by those in p citr.
The- adrlveiir h part y," ofo which hie speaks,
bout T'"tlahhasse, wlle kto nothing of: ate at
ay rate it has c6 oateilan witia us. We- and
hose r-lho support us, are bold anl feariessat;
mit opilions ad actionss We are deterinined
o act mrfin rfcrnc to tie good ofthe whole Ter-
tory. Na oehave no dwitdra to wage war agoiinst
St. Joseph : we -v;,isl t and very otiier town
i Florida, abundant, success ; but not at ieh e
public expense. fuere is nothing wore ulitraei)
than tha .-twe wish its tpiwfidl. if-its iitlural -
1iitu-s for pret-emincnee are such, as its friends-'
tasertn it will flourish without thie fostering
mand of public Legislation, -We say again that
wve have not a hostile feeling against St. Josepli
or its iminhabitantts-but we are hostile to every
species of favoritism.
Mr. Gautier is right in cupposiiuig that a ma.
ority of the people of eMifdlet FhniMdi, are high
minded and talented; yes, thank heaven, they
are quite too intelligertito be 0119 d'Wp<'V by any
nuc/eus, even though that ,nucleus be hcmrded by
the Editor of the Tinnes, and-backed by !he p47
trons of St. Joseph.
But we have done-. We shall -endeavor to
treat the Editor of the Tillnes, and all others,
with that courtesy which they merit. We
have no malicious feclings to gratify. 'We shall
never, we trust, so far forget the dignity of our
station, as to indulge in -low p-rsoiioalities. We
seek controversy with no one-but we must be
permitted to discharge our duty to- the public;
and if others honestly differ with' us in princi.
pie, their opposition to our opinions shall be itO
barrier to our personal friendship and respect.
We have received the 1st and 2d numbers of
the" C ivillian," a neat little paper pubhishedin
Galveston, fexas. it is edited with spirit and
ability. Lamar is elected President of the Re-
public, and Burnett .Vice President. -
The -last St. Joseph Times contatins a letter
from the Hon. Jos. Mt; White, to the Editor of
that paper. We have not room to insert it this
week. By the way, will the Editor of the Ap.
alachicola Gazette inform us what effect this
letter bias huad upon the price of real Estste at
"murder point 1"
Texas.-The treaty of boundary between thel
United States and Texas, was recently raeified -
at Wasbiington', and the Texian Ilien~iponentia-
ry, has officially withdrawn the proposition for
the annexntion of that flourishing Republic to
ours. 'Thus we regret on many accounts, through
we can-nrot blame Texas for the course .she has "

pursued in the matter. She patiently awaited
the action of our Government, until she had
some reason to apprehend that.hqr proposition
never would be acted upon, and has now with-
drawn her requeSt, and will probably, never re.
new it. We wish Texas as much, success, in
,the preservation of her liberty as she has had
in its ,chit veic.cnt. .. -
We are happy to see by the Charleston pa.
pers, that the sickness which has rage;d in that
city with such distressing fatality, is gradually,
disappearing. The last Advocate, states that
only two cases had occurred in the families of
the Methodist preachers-the Rev. 'tr." Ant.-
strong, and the wife of the Rev.' Mr Tally--
both are likely to recover. This will be-grati.
fying intelligence to their friends in these parts.
In the late Providential visitation of Shat city,
thie philanthropy and benevolence of its.citt.
zenus, have again been tested; and from all that :
we have heard, their generous and noble conil-
duct entitles them to the highestpraise. Where-,
ever the voice of distress was heard, there Ilso,
was heard the voice of comfort-wherever po.
ver-ty laid its withering hand, there ,also vas
found Charity, scattering its blessings. arid'
pouring ointment upon the disconsolhjt spifet.
The memory of such acts will out.-liv.thh -ad
recollections of theoecasion whi-h called them

ow ,a-5h.. -,we CIn
^.*leainthe. cotton crop throughout the'United
stris, ia a good average one, In some-Statrs
it ib short, but in others it is unusually good.
In our own Territory the caterpillar has been
nmoon ar less deitraetive A 'and the prospect of
;$ he planter, in many parts, is gloomy.
'.We leaIrn that Mr. Prentiss, of Mississippi,
.. Designed his seat in Congress, on account
S'of'the agency of his private business.

Th" e Editor of the St. Joseph Times, is in a
most excruciating rage, because the Watch-
men," was kind enough to furnish for him, an
Epitaph, in anticipation, we suppose, of his po-
litical death. Well, so it is, and so it will be,
we presume, to the end of time, that gratitude
has rarely, an abode in the human bieast.-
The article of which he complains, if not dicta-
t"d by t,e purest philanthropy,was not written
by his worst eneinmy 'Tush, Mr Gautier, don't
be so furious, because the "goslings," during
our absence, have so severely lashlied you. We
admit that they have dealt too harshly by you,
wiedjWe are sorry for it, but don't fret yourself
into a fever about it, it would injure -the repu-
tation of Cheer up, cheer up, man!
:me one wishes you more than politically dead;
-,ndlif- you 'do not like the Epitaph written by
our: "sub," here is one that you cannot find
feult with:
Sacred to the Memory of
Peter W. Gautier, Esq. Editor of the Tinies,
$ft- paper devoted to tke interests of S. Joseph).
who fell whilst struggling
against." principles and
the people"-weep! bfor
St. Joseph has lost its prop.
We would inform such of our patrons, as are
kind' enougb'to send-us our dues, that we would
prefer bill on either the Lifi Insurance and
Trust Conipany Bank, or the Bank in this
place. The Peisacola money is not Bankable
here,-and heiiee is not-very current. In fact,
we cannot get it off.without paying a discount;
and we *to too poor to do that.
.W% full agree with tle Editor of the Pensa.
cola Gazette, in hi remarks upon the Banks in
Florida. We see no reason why they should
fttWhe eliaimple of the Alabama Banks, when
4iieyhave so many better examples before them.
t.he Gazette, says, "the Banks of Florida must
either resuaime or give the most satisfactory
reasn for a further delay." So say we, and
so must echo the whole country. We are ihap-
I to hearthat the Uniion Basnkis making ar-
ranfgements fior resIumption. Its speedy return
to specie payments, will restore the confidence
of.tie people in'its perfect solhency, and give
Hnadditidnal impetus to every branch of indus-
try.. .

kirom tke 'WS Augustine Herald.
PLz," waves TIRIUMPIIANT over the coiiity
of St. Jothn.
On Monday last our Elections-terminated.

The following is the stat, of the polls.
S" St. John's County.

.2 -* -

Ft. Aui'f. 1 60:S07L55" 95 112.
't. Hi.ison, n 80-8. so s.0 -. 5
'Wvaam-an'.'" 5 -A 5] 4 4

lPicolnta, % ." 5 5J,
*Col S. waa jmrii on. both tickets
o', use of Represetitativeg,



Wi Wi
~- ~ 8.
(a -

St. Augustine, 142 146 108 107
Fart lminso,, '3 0 3- 7 7
W iadmnan's 5 i
;Picolata,, I '5 ,a -5a

S "'- THm i L(:rno..
It is 'with no ordirrary feelings of Ir',i fi-
cation, that we record the result of our
,t lection.' ',
Thc Deemmcratic Republican Ticket has
been cart icd by a lart'-,n mnj,,ri-,, and that
'jority is ihebofe and sinewj of the coun-

The' lank-Whigs, to gain their' ends,
have used means .any thing else than jus-
tifiable. Money has- been lavishvly spert,
and all-the influence that wealth could
comnidni called tl., action. The barriers
of the law have been overleaped, and the
enticing inducements of the "ini;--.'.1,'-
spi t frum," wit out restraint, have been
held up. Openrhouses,'and all the neces-
saris of a bliind and tumultuous election,
used without measure: but without suc-
cess. ^ [ '
The people have trium-he[; tney have
vi.4ed from the "detestation of WRoNG;
the loe of. RIGHT; from PRINCIPLE." They
have-" resisted unto tlhe end," these malign
influences ;'and they have done nobly and
w ell.- .. ..,'-" .
The public im-eseen the numerous and
severe trials which we, as editor,'"have
undergone; the persecutions which have
been' laid :iq' ,u i v t-y the Eank Whigs.
Tlh'v hac ,i--?-n ,c .fi' rts o fr'cc uisst(
;"4ll down and worship the g'/en Image"
which had been set up--the stmrtence its
mvyrmidons passed.upon us-the burning
fiery furnace heated one seven times more
tha6 it was wont to be heated," prepared
for us by the Nebuchadnezzar of the par-
ty,__ '- / :1 '

wilt have ro mctnh miagtaiamity to. get up
a crow of triumph.- We do not mean to
set tip a cock-a-doodle doo'; but we cannot
refrain from expressing the gratification
we feel that so foul a stain as tharattempt-
cd to be cast upon us, has been thrown
back upon its source. He will say it is a
great a lorious triumph ; one of no corn-
mon order.
As far as the election has applied to us,
we particularly give to our fellow citizens,
our grateful thanks for the kindness they
have exhibited towards thq editor, and his
honored parent in sustaining them in their
recent severe trials, under which they "felt
ready to perish," and who, without their
aid, would have been driven as wanderers
and outcasts upon the face of the earth,
with their reputations blasted, their good
name, and all that honorable men hold dear.
And again we return them a thousand
thanks for their kind support.-lb.
Extract ofa letter, dated,
GAREY'S FEtnY, Oct. 12 1838.
"Within the past week there have come
in at Fort King; twenty seven Indians, and
at Tampa thirty threo Tallahasses and
"Four companies of the 4th Artillery,
have arrived here from the north."-lb.
The Superior Court for the District of
S.- rn *i i ii f .- 't -V f ".

T HE fiine new Packet Ship Iary ftancis,
Westervelt, Master, will sail for the above
port with despatch. For freight or passage, hav-
ing splendid accommodations, apply to the Captain,
or to WM. MoNAUGHT,
St. Marks, Not. 2. 1838. 4w.61

At the Tallahassee Wardrobe and
Mirror of Fashion!
JlVST received per Schooner Tuscavilla, from
Nsw York, a part of the previous advertised
goods ;-the remainder and Col. Bull, will doubtless
arrive in a few days. He sailed from New York
in the ship Geneva on the 13th ult.
HIe has employed several good workmen that will
arrive at the same time. The subscriber most cor-
dially solicits this community and. the Yeomanry,the
bone and sinew of the country, to call and examine
his stock. It is beautiful beyond description! Terms
made easy and accommodating to responsible pur-
chasers,-as reasonable as any reasonable people
could expect in such unreasonable times as the proe-
The above establishment is one door north of
Gamble & Reid's, on Monroe Street, in a large
and spacious edifice erected for the business.
His stock consists, in part, of the following arti.
Blue and Black Oxford mixed.
CGidct, Gray and Fancy, of various colors & shades.
Doe Skin,
Spotted, variegated and Small checks.

East lorittia loiion for the LCounties ot St. Fancy Woolens,
Johns and Mosquito, commenced its Octo- Velvet's of various patterns and colors,
ber Term on Monday last. On Wednes- Black and figured'satins,
day His Honor Judge REID charged the Satinot and Kentucky Janes.
Gm:and Jury. The charge, we understand, READi V IADB- CLOTHNOG.
was delivered 'in the Judge's usual elegant Dress Coats, thle most fashionable colors,
aa ao Frucks, do. do. do.
and happy manner, and is spoken of in Over Coats. black, blue, green, pilot aidbeaver cloth,
terms of high commendation.- Ib. Double anid Single Breasted Surtouts,
Spanish Cloaks and Boston Rappers,
We would call theattention of all those who Ladies Cloaks,
are guilty of the wicked and senseless practice Coatees and Round Jackets,
Guilty prct Waistcoats and Pintaloons,
of profane swearing to read the following sug- Boy'a dresses, Children's do.
gestions. There is -neither rhyme nor reason, Shirts, Linon, Cotton and Colored,
min mingling with conversation mutiM ",niiig Drawers, Silk, Wooleni Linon, and Cotton,
oaths. We are perfectly aware that-profanity Gloves-and Half Hoes, a great variety,
i Stocks, Suspenders, anrd Handkerchiefs,
s quite fashionable, and that many who are The most Eshionable Hats, Cps Boots and Shoes,
gentlemen indulge in it; but wehave yet to be Silk and Cottcn Umbrida'E, &c., &c.
convinced that it is either genteel or necessary. J, B. BULL,
We wish, with all our heart, that the young .,.,,a ,, ..By F MAY.
men of our land would view this practice in all
its enormity, and rise in their strength and sub- AD. BkSTiTTGZIR,
due it. It would not render them a particle ESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies, and
less interesting or refined. Gentlemen of Tallahasseo and its vicinity,
A -S "' So C ,l that lie will continue to give instruction on the
ANTI-SWEARING .,_oCIETY.--Among all 0
the improvements Of the age, and 'the xa- 1 I A 1 O O ,,'
theipovs m erts of the agon the ea-i 1For the next winter season, to all who may favor
rious formations of societies for the benefit m with their patronage.
of mankind we have thought the above He also offers for sale a large assortment of Music
society as important as any other now in for the Piano Forte, just received, among the latest
existence. Who that walks our streets publications r
Piano Fortes repaired and tune, on reasonable
or fills in company with a number of terms tHis room is at the old Court House.
men, has riot his feelings: injured by pl"'; Tallahassee, Nov. 3.-51-tf.
fane ccaversatior), and from many who a po VOI SALE,,
call themselves gentlemen ? To a chris- secondhand Pino for sale low, if early appli-
tian ora strictly moral ,manit is truly dis- A cation is made. Applyto
agreeable, and it wo,:hld appear that the AD B(ETTGER.
swearer woudi-want but a moment's re- Tllahlssee, Nov. 9,
election to convince him Of the fohly if not BRYANT
... d J0.1-1 tM. -BR ANT
wickedness of such unnecessary conver- W t. ll, & Clock Make",
sahion. But like all acquired habits itre- .
quires great exertion from time habitually 93 -0AVING taken the Shop
profamre man to l.,,' .l,' his acquired mode 3.. *Jibetween the Planters Ho.
o'expreseion, but it can be done. and it is h". '-on AdEsBa street, will devote
t,,'., bv'rorming an anti-sweariig sl.- 0 .iis whole attention to repairing
cietyn, much good 'might' be ef.ected.- ( .\I Watches & Clocks of
S .ui thornpare ltit.- si In 'i. n nc -oBs-ptiuu, aWCIys
enough in our city, that, by forming such .1ie6w Boxe AccordioS', &.
V -1 1 '. -October 27,u-5D I ,
a society would banish theevil from us.-- co -- -y
It is to be hoped some one will take an ook & Job' Prinlting.
active part at once and.see what can be__
done. There is no want of materials to (
act upon, and no doubt minitv would bless s -
the day that a second Howard had arose V -
to engage in this philanthropic underta- _
king.--Columbia Telisope.
The hurnani hcart-.-It appears fromn the z
researches of an English physician of cm- 7 k
inence, Dr. Glenderwing, published in the
Medical Gazette, the medium weight of Pt Proprietors ofthe "Watchman" would re-
the heart is nine ounces in man, and eight Tlspeetfuhly inform the public, thathaving receiv-
ouLnces in Woman [ The remarkable fact, ed from the North, a
and one hitherto unknown is. that the heart Neat & fanciful assortment of Type
of man becomes heavier as old age ap- they are now prepared, to do
preaches, while that of woman diminishes EVERY DESCRIPTION-OF
i weight, after-the thirtieth year. Plain and Ornamental Prining,
00.1"N 3 d"r"IfiW11_1-&-W.7A:y* "..-.iVI ..M and respectfully solicit a share of patronage.
r ARIEDI Books, tandbillsf
last, by *Pamphlets# Posting dof
In this city on Thursday evening last, by the Cards ls gills. ltading,
Rev. R. B. Ker, Mr., JEssEg ATkIKsoN, to Mrs. Ciricutlars, do. Exchange,
LgAH BiYAN, allof this city., Catalogties_, 1Notes-of Hand,
Andan.1tun;as o nvr u..w pa"Ln.

List of P"'-er'es peOr zBr,- Statira,
Mrs. Swaim, 1M: Bar.aard, Miss Hitchings,
Miss Dates, '.l ..- WAlker. .
M>I(-.r,. P. K...- E. Rutgers, B. Ripley,
G. West, J. W. Quil!, Jlas. W. Brown, R. R-
Pilgrim, IR, J. Lewis, P. 3oyle.
wXie.'2 --..- f- -^ .' - a^^y-s^v m sauias~wiai
7"tt.' i'm,*.,,.---('otton -1 a 12; Corn 75
Flotur 14 00; Meal 1 00; Baeon Sides 18 3-4;
Rams25. "


[hey have seen the high handed and
Soutrage.los measures us.d by otir enemies
to heap disgrace on oui head because we
had the temerityv to sfitfer our correspon-
cents. to complain of the doings of the
'S. L. I. T. (OmnpanN through our colutmns,
and because we dared to advocate princi-
Spies in direct Lommands, and,
Their interests.
They have heard the herald denoune-
ed as a LICENTIous press, -and a ruBnio'
. MasAkECe. They have seen everymeans
S.that humam ingenuitt could invent, or
private e malignity devise piut into action to
.'ver yhelmn us. "
S But he" intrelligent jury" of the people,
S' at the bar of public opinion, have sustainm-
d6 ,the PRESS, and the principles of the
pcopl.e. They rose in the majesty of their
- '-stirength; they have declared in a voice
not t9ie misunderstood, that the Herald-
S r'.lt4-is, aiding the.choncst against the
Cor ighb f cksoir.
.newighbar ~of J5acksonv'illo hopes we

T TIHE -ib-nrib.',i hi.-iitg determined tolocate him.'
.t ,.ir. I'ali i, 11n.-c. announces to it s citizens,
his itnahtioe of opening a Schfiool in the Academy,
for the instruction ofYouth in the various depart-
ments of a' liberal English Education. Tihe best
guarantee for a faithful perfornanee ofhis trust, and
an ureinittng his a Liacher, Is
given in the assurance that iAs institution will be
p'rmnanonrm as long as ;. liberal patronag" is extend-
ed te hsinm.
Hlis prices for P ,'ad'., l 'r:r, '. Orthography,
and Arithmetic, arc i$7,;per quarter.
$9 for Geography, Grammer, History, including
thie above branches, and $12, for instruction in thIm
higher branches of Ltterature.
STallahassee, Nov. 3. 51

W ILL be sold on Tuesday the fourth day of
S December next, in front of the Cmurt House,
between Ithe u.saial hours of sale, Lots 20, 21, 22,<
116, Old Town, in 1he original plan of the City of
Tallahassee, being the real estate of Eli Saly, dec'd.
sold by permission of the Judge of the County
Court of Leon county.-Terms"cash.
I J. L. DEMILLY,. Adm'r.
Nov. 3, 1898. 51

\ FOR' SALE. -
830 Acres of first rate land, Well wa-
tered, and Wooded. One mile S.
E1'0t of Tallahassee.
1, 18 0 best quality in Gadsden Coun-
480 Do, in Jackson Conneu
' ty.- 1 .
320 Do. iu Jefferson Conn-
12 valuable lots in Tallahtassee.
'The above premises are offered for cash.--Good
bargai'fns will, be given, and the titlesig madeclear of
ineumberance. .
1- -'-"P- T ". aiApcv

-N6vombei 1, 1R839


Tal-abasee, F.

Ana all Kinds ofr itc w tl.uM.
'Tallahassee, Oct. 27, 1838.

T'HE, subscribers, agents for the following
Popular works, will forward tie names of suc
as wish them,
The Knickerbocker.
SBlackwoods M,.z zine.
Edinburg Review.
Bentley's Miscellany;
New Yorker.
Augusta M-irroe.
Southern Agriculturist.
Ne-tv York Weekly Whirf.

MLjTOTICE.-Will be sold oi the 6th day o
It December f anxt, in the city of St. Joseph-,thi
house add lot-formorlfy ocerpi(id by Stewart & Wha
ly as merchants. ThIe lot is situated on Bay street
one door fto:h Commerce or Rail Road Street.' On
it is a large tw6 storied store hotase ahd a warehouse
all new and in goad order.
From the situation of the lot near -t' the' har
and the Railroad, and its commodiious improvement
it is supposed to' be surpassed by none in St. Joseph
for comfort, convenience, or any of the advantage.
desired by a merchant. By a few slight alteration
it might be converted into a very desirable dwelling
house. Terms.-Half cash-half in sia months.
Oct. 20, 1838. 50,tds
U J'The St. Joseph Times, and the Columbus En
quirer will'publish the above until tihe day of sal
and forward their accounts to the Editor of th
Watchman for settlement.

NOTICE.-By Virtue of the authority veste
in me by the Judge of the County Court ofJel
ferson County, under the 10th section of the Act oc
1828,' concerning wills, letters, testaments, an
letters of administration, and the duties of executor
administrators and guardians, I shall expose to sal
at public auction on Saturday the 10 th day of No
member next, the flflowiMig property, being the per
ishable property belongingto the estate of the lat
Col. James L. Parish of Jefferson County deceased
viz: 2 Horses, 6 Mules, a stock of Cattle, a stock e
Hogs, one Wagon, one Buggy, Plantation Toolh
and five arms, among which is one of Coch:ano
.patent Rifles, and many other valuable articles tc
numerous to mention. MARTIN PALMER.
Monticello, Oct. 27 1838-50.1t.

A LL persons arc hereby forewarned from tr
ding for a certain note, given by Jacob Elli
or th'e sun of One 4Hundred and Fifty Dollars, ar
endorsed by the subscriber, as said note was trade
under certain restrictions to Thomas Hardyman
Jefferson. County, Florida, and thie subscriber is d
termined as endorser of said note not to pay itimi
less com'peljedby law. W, C. 3SMIT11.

]WOTICE.-Allpersons indefled to the e'- II D A N I E L L A D' D "l ". .f# l
L of Benjamin Chaires,deceased, air n l.I, I, hat "S just rcrMIrng Ca ;-r. CI.,I :,.k ,f G.roceriies.
settlementthereofmustbe made, and all persOns J Iron. Tlu, i tou'e. an d Voodu-alac, '.5--~ )A
having claims Againstthe same, are notified to pre- Liquors. Sally. Shoes, I atfimg. Elope
sent them duly authenticated within the time pre- Cottou Osnabui'g. IDonestie| &e. 'C 1N SA,
scribed by law. In case of my absence from town i, ih ti part.'ul:iii", th ln. i. ill ..ll I*)>. 3
or county, the same can be left with L. A. Thomp- C Ii.. out,-.. i I,-.u il,-,Ur' A',r, "
son orJ. D. Westcott, Jr. Esqrs.. '. I.. is prcpar.-d uill, Lr-t rt. Luilliiig to c.,rry ,
n 0^JOS. CHAIRES. i .l- or...'e Lu.e'n. An.l a.ll t't.'uii anid M.:. m '
Oct. 27, 1833. 50-3m Qnal"fied Execjater. i Un-1, |,n ..e., ? n h-J Tis cTrsh,..l roe.,%,? Ip..)i. Au tj.ll,.'xer lturd C'iiUliS ,''-"
TO SOUTHERN MEICIIAN'I's lie t.Ait ,har ofiublic pli..,,,i,.'.i. ,1 E iA C if AN% *_.
T HE subscriber has constantly an hanid, tol ex-, tn.~j ^t 2> '~. ;0t' Sale ODay-s be~ls..^llirz; .'
3 tensive assortment of Hardware, Cut le-- -at--'--"2e, a .d*
ry, Jappanry, Military, sporting and Fan- TAKE PARTIWI.LA.s NO ICE A. n Georr to rTn e a r r, p.
cy GOOD S; also plated and Britannia W areas ; inGertIt'RE P ri.airn &. L uid, by n i o h" o h~ ialr a et thswf ae A hm0'd 1land i -.
imported direct from the manufacturer, in England, K icAi, Pil .i a&. Liid lioiKi, by Ir LIion Vilr i fnr .l o
France, and Germany, which he offers at wholesale o .,?.1.-[..%. V.."' d 3, 1o" uer tnrm, lv So J .E '-
or retail, at his store at No. 192 Pearl St. New York ..*.. '1'"* ... '',t fto / ot.". ,:.uthf o th, umr _M', J'nES ;
He hbas guns, pistols, rifles, muskets, cane guns and .. ," '' -v..r ,Il" "' .n' n,4 otbir egbt L IiaLabhoi**re Flo,:.-. '
cane rifles, in great varietv; alsofishing andfowling *r r *.,.. ... unt..U .* t,, Uri, Bank o' $p. ,--. ; .
!., ndir op t,..-.! s n, denri.$
tackle of every kind. Also, the self'cocking, OlIi I., and t,.,-, kexp hplu h s., anl i.,d unt'I, .
%,o T ~ ~ eitinth B e niJ blv ond - 7 11C %.. .. :' h e"et"
handed cast steel Pocket Pistol- superior to any pis,. 1 r i OTICE.--J ..iLphcrouT5 -
tol for apsafe guard. ; B...... ,,,, r,....r-, did aI-...n. t,' til,-r. .nd .,-1 ,,,,g uidr tlt3iriiof T all, 1o.i &
From a long residence in England. As girrt fo,,- "'" 'I,*i, .. ,.e-d. -al o h.r t. u --. a ,rkf, i- tl.ha d,.r d.,-lAed b1 ii .
in nglnd 'asAg nt or... ......... I", d I,,,,t, -. Iwh ic IIIh o),thIey c th i h d da ,, or I Q .r,~,,1 "' o,.n, ,,f ~ l t',& . t 'a _.
the purchase of European j.ardware and Fancy. d m wi t v ti d. o, i, ] i,-ri .,' .,r Vnt sa
9ods, lie has been enabled to obtain f'rou i .. *. 'u i .l du, or nl..1 aujld bo .rn.^.d t,,n. r. c-..,.-.te.l l.j ,tl>" th.-m lir m btG% ,. fil .- ..
the first hands, and offers them at wholesale, on the i- .... I, [ic' I k ei the s, nd s .. I ,'-ho Ild b.. unInd Geor. e .X\[.1 ero".ad nini, %-, ae diijy a .qdd..
most accommodating terms. All orders promptly I' hat.l, awl t.oaud to pay the s"d n ote 1nas ,-, d to c:", .uie. .
attnI, Jfo 0h bud ilg un& thdngtnandal.6 k T k
attended to, and goods shipped to any part of th io J.r, d. fth sid Pilg om & Luddin-n*o, ad a. .. TAF T. "-L ,
United States, by the earliest opportunity. I Itle W.ok tsi.jchs et'.ucnt and ote. of. harid R. .a 6 OLT'. '*-.. ,
ADAM W. SI'IEV, I i'-'.: i. wt"hi.h .-re thini dul., cr would th.:retfihr 1 (ULUl;Io MILLifI.
ADMo.SIE, 1 192;LMLL0
No 19 Pearl street, New York il And whereas, the , nrt o:0 alot.' S:.'-Miri.. fept. -"'2 ltiS. -*im
Oct, 27, 1838. 9 50tf specified, has fallen due, and been protested, anid tlie The business will inr f.i,,we '-h- carro 1u' tiindi / r '
said endorsers became liable and bound therefore. the nameoIolt k Mil.l I- /
PRIZE CO POS k it- note or account of said Pilgrim & Ludington, and TOTIC-E.-Tli, i.-m'm 0r L..ckold & 'Me...
Sitis desirable to commencetihe publication lihard .R. Pilgrim, to any person save the under- 1 N ,urhi b. .ii...lvl byd-.eaa- o'Jawes 1..
-of our prize articles early it-le nsuig sigucd, or his agent, Mr. Jolim lt Ludiigton. Lo. k ,v,.., ti b,:,i, will b ,nti.tnd i.idt.rh itm
month, we hope those who have not forwarded 1THOS. BROWN. zi.agm J.ji >.,ne.
their compositions to us, will do so as soon ;is Oct. 27, 1838, 50 3t 1 \\ M. J/L'NALTGp-T."
possible, in order that the committee to who-m -- M .St.Aerk er 2il.- t --
they are to be submitted may have 1ia1,c time AN T, St. Mark, Sep t':1 1i-.--mS.-r. -- ..
to decide upon their respective merits. T!o Regrdulat tce Maket of the City of Tallatassee TITr LLIA .IlJ :. An. DOL I'IH. r, -
In selecting the following gentlemen wehave anforottherpurposes. i V -,L i I.'.,i il .1 ,r.I.'i h, ll ttntho L'L..ltls
been' governed by a desire to do justice to the SEc. 1. Be it enacted by the Intendnt and i ld.d: %'..., ll attndtu suh u-
S c.1. Be t "en cte abv theIn t (] -nctaut,, and 'lo l-"r,. tle-,,&t.?r,~
competitors for the prizes oflered,and we an- Citv Council, that from and alterthe first day is I' t ." i '',.i ... .' '
nounce their names with the confidence that of September next, the Market for the .City of t.r i ".'p- d t
~ ~. I ing'[ .tlgOn Sq ua l )
'their reputation for taste and talents is too well, Tallahassee, shall' be regulated as hereinafter [' ,,, .-', '37 f
known, to admit a doubt that their decisions mentioned. -... --.... ..-- -
will be other than just. The following named Ssc. 2d. Be it further enacted, thatit hliall 1 1OR-SALE in the Tow.n of Qninc,, a lu '"
gentlemen will constitute the not be lawful for any person or persons, to sell .w containing ono and a ha!i: arroo, in uiea" o i
LITEARY coMMi'ITTr.i or offer for sale any fresh meet, potltryfButter, ,erected a good dwelling house, i ith thr..e r,.n and .,
lion. Jenl W. Willde, Eggs; Meal, or, Vegetables, within the limits of' J a parlour. ALSO a Barn, ;ti il. r.and a C.,clh liiuso.
Ron. A.J N. Cumwinghal the-Corporation, at any other place, thanl the Said premises is well fenced, hs a oo rd,.n nd .
MarkRev. house, or space, until after the hourof is very convenient to the Academy. lTe.rms Ill bi
Capt. E. Slarne%, ,, made known by appiyin' -to .
Capt.E. e 8 o'clock A. II., di nt r the penalty ofinot more made known by I to U.1.1
Hon. A. B, Loogstree. than live dollars, at the discretion of the In- 1'y IN[.INL lt3LLiJM N" ,
tendat, to e recovred'byaction eibr t m Quincy, Sept, 3, 1838.-4:1V-t, ",
We are not aware that there is any competi- tendant, tobe fecoveredby action before him, S 3
tion for the prizes offered for the best "Poem,"; one halfto go to the informer,the balance to be 11 -N.\ WAY front tha sibui i -
or for the best "Biography of a distinguished deposited in the 'Treasury for the use of the Mlon the evening of thn tirh n,'.
Southern character." We sincerely hope, for Corporation. a negro imn nmined 'l:A; ay irry
thehonorofthesoutli,,thatwenmay notbe with- Suc. 3J. Be it further enacted, that any small black allow mofmure tlin, n
out competitors for the prizes. We are sure i person or persons, vwho' shall purchase any .g' fet high, apid about " re old .
that thefe is no lack of material for the latter, articles mentioned in the 2d section of this Act, There is no very prominent mark a-!
nor of-genius among our citizens for both, and so exposed *...ror.l'ced l., Ir sale, without the Mar- r._ bout him. A liberM toward will be
if the public are not favored with articles on all ket house, until after the hour of 8 o'clock A.
the subjects enumerated in our list oft prizes, M., shall forfeit and pav for every such offence, given for is apprehension an ivry at Tallhas-
s~ee, bonticella,-or where I can c.,,ii,rinnily. lt,
the fault will not rest with us-for we have the sum ye dollars 'at the discretion of the hee r r DcAn iAILLAD'-.
hli]. IL D. A. IL 1 A ItLIf.:~!
appealed to southern feeling and southern gen- Intndant, to be recoveredand appropriatod 'as Monticello, Octoher 6 ... .. :
ins by every means in our power, which our recited in the said 2d section. : -
respect for southern character would allow us SEc. 4. Be it further enacted, that it shall FRENCH COFFEE-HOLUSE.
to adopt. not be lawful for any person or persons, to ... .
The followingis the list of prizes for which purchase any of the article or articles mention- HE subscriber, late the irpril.or af'the sper,-
we solicit competition, and which we will be ed in the 2d section of this Act, until after the did Mansion House, ,th, N.rth .X'nencan otci
happy toward, according to the decisions of: hourof 8 o'clockA. M., for the purpose of again in New Orleans) akes tins pla to infm
the public in general~thaL i s French -C6ff-e' Houaa
the committee. exposing them for sale in the Market house, will be opened on Mtonday morning next, where hoe
For the best Talc, e store, shop, or any other place, under a pen- wll be happy to firnsh every orte with hot cofee -
founded upon incidents connected with the alty of ten dollars, to be recovered and appro- and Spanish Chocolate, that wil do him the hot e
early history of Georgia or South Carolina, we printed as provided for in thie 2d section of'xhis tocal this h new establishment at all times, but sSi
propose to give, the latest edition of the corn- Act. cia& lycarl-v in'tiie inoiting.-
plete Works of Sir Walter Scott, with a 1ino- SEc. 5th. Be it enacted, that for the better His celebrated IFrench Cook is daily Xp*-Lted on
graphy, and his last additions and illustrations, regulation of the Market, it shall be the duty of NTew Orleans, o, hisa arrival, hle will op-it ht.I, idTsu.
comprising upwards of 7000 pages royal octa- the City Marshall to attend at the Market house rate e.tabishn on a i. '
vO ev-brv morning, and if there should be any un- -... ai_& .i.E BtU. .
ror the best T-o,' sound meat exposed fo -sale, it shall be his TlIIah'sso, Oct. 1Q 133. 4St f
the atortomakehoice of the incident, duty to order .the owner of such meat, to re- .- ;
the athr to makechoe of the clients, lo- the beyond the limits of the Corpo- I'OtIICE.S-' months-after date, I shal.
cality, &c., will be awarded, a splendid editing ration, und ifthev shall (when ordered) refuse aPpy. to tho Jud, e o Jackson County Crt
of Bulwer's and Marryatt's Novels, complete. o ", ornnalsetementve the same waitthinerstwenty r r,,n I -
......... =.....i::'"e~t'-~oe "ior.II:,,- f -), ,, re,,.ve the samecowithin twenty-etW fvt.s oedc' f,,.,,;. ".
For the bestPoem .nllutes, it shallbUe the duty of the said City etatof l. Popu o0
n o t. -to ,ak e m o e-th an h alfY.:r p a, ,T he olan ds on the oA p~a ha ch ic 1a Ia and I_'hF ut ah1W . :i;,-1 .
not to make moce than half ar page of the Mir- 1Marshal, forthwith to arrest said oflTender or w lan e offAere p c-for lease ar "nt, and n,r-st f -
ror, will be awarded, a beautiful edition of By- offenders, and take themribeforc the Intcndant, hire othe next vear, amonr g -them arn c-d A pno.r d -
ron's Works. "- and Ul.on conviction, slhnll be subjlect to fine Cooks and Brick lavers, &c. At ('l'hiioo.,h.-c, "or
For the beSt IssaV, i of not more than five dollars, at the discretion Mount. Veri6on,on the firt dav oh .I',r --fl-F.,
on th subject of Political Ecolomy, will be i of the Irtendaht, and to be recovered and ap- I V|,lI"LT-P .'1, tdmit.. I '
given Hume, Smolletand Miller's history of; propriated as recited in the 2d seetioni of this Otobb 13-18-Gm. .
England,in four largeele-gantlyv bound volurncs Act. .
with illustrations, maps, &C. SC. f. Be it further enacted, that any per- ."i Public are respect.
For.. t.h b t i ....o soa or persons, exposiu, beet for sale within t fullyinfirmn'ed, te4 r ari
For the best rtographt wl the Corporation, as welfduring, market hoursB ina 3 w .C l, Capte .
of a distinguished southenC haatr w.1 be e pr shall exhibitftlie hide, head and cars ^. ^'^ ^v R -' '
awarded the Lives of the S;,,-r-; of the Dec- as aft, sh e h it the hide ,rhead an ese du Forcyth, Jr., will leave tha Rail Road Depoti n-.
of said beef; to the City Marshal, whose' duty edtely o t, ari of the Cars fromthisCiv.
larationroflndependence in fourlarge elegant- it shall be, to keep a book, in which he shall o uesda .' th ist.
ly bound volumes, with the autograph ind por- carefully record the marks and brands, of said 's fineSea'Boat is now in good runnIng or"r,
trait ot eact, beef, together with tlhe name or names of the ^i navwly fitted for passengers.- Tho Bar irll sup-
JForbest descriptionof Geo. Scneu'ry, vender or venders, which book shal besulji-et pled-and the most experienced off1: 1r.'.i.
'will be given a copy of Noble and Rose's Land- at all times to thie examination of any individ- 'iro ProprietorE hope to receive the o. f t-i' ,."!i
scape Illustrations, in 1 vol., quarto, compri- uul who may wish to see it; and ifany person Public.6 -..I .
sing upwards of 100 fine steel ejigrtvings, or persons, shall violate the provisions of the T he Ne w.Castlo will rp-ke ]le trips to ifnw frtmn
-- To each of the above prizes will be Act, ie, she or they, shall be fined ina sum not New Orleans touching at St. Joseph, and Pensacola
-o, +e vcary t~ elvo (days. Vortfreight or passag;3 apply eo
added one year's subscription to the Mirror. exceeding ten dollar_, or the beef, at th every telv days. yr rightor pa a pply .
discretion of the Intend'ant; the fine to be re- ^ l, .. P. SAlI, & o.
- r I T'TT T r t covered and apr'opr'iated as recited in the 2d -.. ars, ctobr 6-47-tf.
SH 1U 1 section of t.;s Xct; and the beef when forfeit- -,
The Georgia Femiale College. ed,- shall be sold by the Marshal, and the pro-' 20 DOLLARS R WARD.
The building for this Institutron, the most jry. ceudslodged with the Treasury. ANAIVAY from the
spacious, and splendid, perhaps ot any in tie tate Sc. 7. Be it further enacted, that it sSall A aig:r. n-r'inaedGeorge,.:
of Goorgia: containing seventy two O with be the duty of the Marshal to keep the i L l :i.-7-L or 8L n -lenhigh
9f-Goorgia:' dl(ntaining seventy two rnoaip, wt ,- 8." v, ,, '"dark edlinplexion, d~t pnd wect

amIple space for at least two hundred boarders, is house clear, and prevent negroes add persons d G is-aut 2 o
now almpst being completed. It stands on a beau- of color from harboring or lurking about said s. sm,; a Goltrgs a stall scar on ae tmyler
tiful eminence, overloking the city of .Macon, and Market, particularly on Sundays, and all sich. ,-s t ahOth the sad one tp le. aut
willbeopened for public instructions, on the first persons refusing to depart when ordered, it lt5 thought th .sh oe '
day of January 1839. It will be under the charge shall be his duty to take such offender or often- Mrs" Blacks Quarter and in the .vicinity of-TaUa-
oftha Rev. GEO. F. PIEacE, (so well knownn i the ndos before tie Itendant, who may order them }masee- Any v:person taking up said negro rnd de-
State of Georgia,) as President, and who will beside ( not mqra than ten lashes at his discretion. leering him to me at my plantation, 8 miles west o"
in the Institution, assisted by an able and efficient "* Sac. 8. Be it further enacted, that the City) Tailaliaz, will receive the above reward.
faculty, and frem whom the pupils consigned to Iarshal, for attendingto duties imposed on him October 6-4-'t """"
their care, will no doubt receive apractical and ctfm. this act, shall receive su-hconsnsatienas
1 letoeducation.I h oig will ha tausht not by ti "csalr~iesc-opnaina
P "~~~I th Collegenclmyhrafe lo.Sc B tfrteeatd I~a d'in E R Y
only the whole se of English Ltters ad SIi- t C
ence, but also vocal and instrumental Music, Draw- SEC. ".-'"-.e it furher en a wh.en- 0 N. t_,.. e I lS "1' 11 .-"*"
ig and Painti;rng, 1, with the LaTin, Greek, ever a fine shall be imposed for a violation oft r71lIE subseniler, reipeetfolly informs the t_2i-
rnc Spand.aist h, ad. Iain Lan g age s e; .an .lthi Ac and the said fine if imposed upon a I zens of Middle y'[orf-da and others that he has
French, Spanish, and Italian Lang, ages ;and rest,' tnis Act ...,, -ta o v ei une u o tu ,po ... f pronl locate i;;imelf in T "'.ni,, ~-i-' xor tm ..
though n~t least, there will be in operation a system white person, be 'not paid,it shall be the duty of esnal locte hiir. f in ._. o f
of Domestic Econemy, by which the young ladies, the Intendant, to collect thie same, by execution practic,o Dental Sur.gery ri_^spe-ctic will ere-
under the direction of experienced teachers, wilh bo of the property of the individual so' fined, and .d, '. oi o.. ity.o.te.. l +. .s
enabled, and required to prepare, and keep in good if a colored person,-he or she shall be given a the-COys Hontel.
order, fll thtr owncloathing, thereby avoiding mil- not more than ten lashes, at tho discretion of g 23 8,. ... O .... t "
liner's bills while at school, and at the same time the Intendant. ------- ----
preparing themselves creditably to do this work for SEc. 10.-Be it enacted, That tihe Miarket EIECI'" OBB-'!." S.L.l.
themsalyes-andfamilies, in future life- The great Space attached to the Market-house; shall be, ViUtlERI rill L..'r,.ld b,:loro tho'C'purt !i,.,,
i object of the Trustees will be, to' make the course in l o. ,,
ofsuis rcia n ,oal as w'll as liteary the following limits., to wit, al. X~ayrue msuart _! .T.laha.~'... ent ..h et'.m.a neit, a~rru-..
e ofstudiesprr tactical ng morals a welt as therarYnd oe half of Adams street, opposite said ble to th6 la-.- ,iii1 and tegtametat efM.hlchi Penny
t thoreb5 renderin the pupils that mayt p' t-h,.,,i h .- ~rlrefa~i~;Godttoioli~gtalo
rthis Intitution, the comfort and pride of' all assci- s ... h a r lhte ofi nis CoGo, dlc. the follo6wng, tract or
i tdwihtemi feryas.I contemplated JOH ssa^ V. GARY, Inedmt 1-f Section :{0, Trownship ono, Raago animrN & W,
C hat thB fixfd expense of each pupil will bo aboat, I TSNrWt adi~-.S lo~ciuOTnKoc
So iTun~dred and Fitly Dollars pen annum. T'his (A^ttest) L;. A. T HOMVPSON. Cl-erk an h W 1-, Sy n1,, 1 ln.4 o Scctou .19, d oneI omle.
f sum Iill Loin tI eexperies for the use of a room, i rhe above Ordiinance, will be rig'i'dly unforo N ''erJms mr 'l.n... it ',t:'u o s
s for eating and tuition fees, of every description ; or eed from and after theta first day of November, J,- .rrijU.'' "
Sim other words, for the use of a room, and eating, ( 1838. WM. HILLIARD, JNTENDANT. Sept. "2d2 iS. 45t.' L,'(T",
5 ,1S150. and for tuition of every description. $100.- I Oct. 20. 1838. "- __-

s The parents of pupils will have to furnish their own V CottonU B okerage-& Coinmm sf .:
9 rooms with such furnaturo as they deeni necessary; G. U N I-REP AIR V 1 i.NG Ierclailf .' -"
or if reciired, it will be dine by the faculty, and AND JOB WVORK. r lII: Su.' riir r would irlrm, his aicends'anl
charged in their bills.. This last expense is more b E ...AMT.N M T T F', has removed from, -1 tho public in general, thL:t i.-e hu I-omn.i.-cedd
nominal t ".an real, as, on leaving, the furniture, can NJ- 11" -tte Has relno u n -
m always be sold to the next occupant for nearly its lMr. Towle's, to tiheIwell known shop of 0jS1 the businessiof Cotton .BrokeF e -imn=
Soriginal cost. Al EDSON, on th'o corner of M ,fi, oc and St. Au- mission l ercha e in ti- ei Cotyo n6
e The Trustees are desirous to asrtain what the o u noreets, ^oppeoit the Capital, wherlie withll York, and is now prepared to r' and
probable number of pupils will be at the opening of 1 l'nf be radyto attend to any ci produce, intended for thatare hic
dther n estitt, and. f purpose earnestly re. O ha t. i o that from his long with the Ybtlhern
d quest all persons intending to send, to signify it by W EST INDIA FRUIT. and Southern M&arkets, ire shall be enabled to gi,.
f. letter, addressed to Col. E. Hamilton, (post paid,) at .... a.. a the Ship ar. Franc, sever- satisfaction to s6h as may fel dips.d to-patroni
'f Macon asesoon astmay be convenaertn The Board U S arived in tha e Si'Mary F a nc no y i V
d will meet in the City of Macon, on the 2th olf No. lb-oxesofOranges,"a2aas, Plan- iim, nat dnly in the sale ofptoirIrodues, bt in tie A
iem twi tmeth h t h tisfinfe tuasCoacanuts, AE. which canl be had at investment of any :par t of the prcec-dsa they aj l-
S tvember, at which time ths ey wish to have this infor- the Ware-house of WM. MCNAGT, drder or direct. JESTEXIANO F.D AV
S.e nation beO. .. ...... tethcs ityhIN. .60 Wate' r "- 'tr. ,ew-Yr.oka .,
'- remaining offices, and make tie final arrangements -S t .Maks, > -.ofbrces Hdn. J. Branch, F. W. Williarmanad? -
c'- for opening the College on the first day of January, STRAY SUOATS. Sam. Rei'l, atTallahaIne. James L,.iimer.,Co. 'as
S1839. We will' merely further add, that although YWEAVING been troubled for sometide past with Quincy. John B. Coflint, at Mdiiii.'Mello. ,Win. J.,
d, it is very desirable and earnestly recommended, that I stray Shoats getting in my Corn field, r was Bailey, at Magnoliat. W- G.-,*r.[i, AVtlo-%
of the pupils be boarded in the college building, yet the compelled to pen them,, to prevent further damgte, cola. Cnig & Diffi. St. Josep. ..
1 o rule is aQt imperative, and parents preferring to do jIt'h redmarkedwitheacrophinaelarcr r'wieepur- Feb. 3J, 16e35-l12.I. 1 .
S so, have th Eepnivalege of boarding their daughters i t he mrewitowner can s est wl paeys ila pneh 3 ua, with. .-
Do witinth ory o thevllowner whc can ufg3 ,et fthem by, paying char-
1 within the City. or Vine vihle, both of which aresif. u re applying 2 1-2 miles N. E. tallahassce, on BT oku Il dey'V .-t
ficiontVy convenient. reel' road. BAKER VV.IJOHASON.SB,-r h. U .1 ,i pe ry \a B ,',deR ,
The friends of this Institution wili have expend. Oakland, Oct. 20-49-tf. H thEiaeIr derll1-z
ed, of their private funds, in its erection and outfit, Tthis City, (. 7,,-
considerably more than Fifty Thousand Dollars, NOTICE. prepared to cxec't a brn-l'. i1 ..". .. l.ints ...,
a- without expecting any other return or benefit, than ffWE undersigned having been this day qealifli- as gocd styil as can ho dnmi r,,I* isr. i B14u in
at that which every other citizen of the country may A.. ed as Executrix en the last will and tpstanment BOoks made fo-ordsi ..n.l] lm-Ige M' inye -;
id receive. Their object has been tle public good, and of'har deceased FPather, J. Mobinsoma, nfiequsts all tern, to mihli ,.i l;J0."o nl-in'Jn-. AlJper .1.f.A
md now with confidence and pleasure, they offorIits persons having demands against his estate, to pro. Bills, Lettcs, &r;.. -PFiti ihI .r aI'iTmllirc y l ^ hk
of treasures to the rising ,generation of their hovcd seat them properly aUthentj~atcd, within the time binding 1(l noolks, Nre'i .- )ri g. .'lgizn. ,O m
e- country-womon. limited by law, ori they, will be barred-of rnfovcr-y,, Tne Subacr1 -. r ..- tli-i.-d a! sill tahe^;,
n- By order of tio Executive Commilntoo.. and those indebted to said estate will please makic small be executed Wuth i n .41' dI, j -dl. ,' 0I
LOVICk riLRCE, A n ;., i- tnoutt 6ApAII A, LINES,
tacna ept, 18, 1 I r_- 1ia/di'~ i S : !. A. LN*,. ct h1., ll.'iV .'
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W "5 -.^ smpsit : Attamecn-t, 75'
."&.,..ts'r'd utammon$ af re". for
zi.'w ^^ ri, dollars damage, beauil 7th
.| ') Dec. l,3l7, r .lumiwi
e t T,'um. l. I &Mc
F't e mndant ij aid cit .,ctS all olhe' lit.
ted wIU take ,utto of (bo InatiUrizN al
.a ='l1i byy tty hment sp atBapuid, and they ae
."Oreiipefl to ia&uf mn pda8rd pS ieot idicfaMo r I thlud
mi'iald cas, accotling.tD tlo;4Ate in,. sich case
,da'y nd provided. -' '.
'We .-- DT'VAL.& AI.LEL .

S0OT1 ICE.-I! herb)y f'rvwrrn all po',rins from
iJdingA t'a r ta cedain nuloe of hand givon by ine
)'D1Id. RoberEsdn for 6,575, made payable dan the
,-ayof January next o.) G. W. Holland or0rder
I'tHB (nditiona &f' &%d ndlto hive failed I shall not
_i.i*eELmt compelled by lawn.
g^ h 17. 1 9-tY.
*NI ^ ^ LOE. All (Wgmns having, demand"
zw ihtli the late Samuel Bf. Ifill, di ceasedl, are
Sre 'to prpuat tlhom properly aheY.-l'd. and ti.i-Bi 1
idebteit totheesate will maike piment to ithe sub. -
fiftft;~ Withmu falway.
e/f Juv,; 8S.-3--0.f,.
QIX miontlis after ddtai', I wil apply tothe lion.
!, Judg'o of t'he Comnity Couts, of Jefferson coan-
ivls\ettors dismclismry an the estate of the late
,hiaBmCobh)6B, Efsq. -
F 4l3r.,18';138. 36 am -

tI .--- ...... .-.I -- I _,
N'IOTCtE sIhereby give ti.) the sub.r-nLber to the
O'S'*k eoChis JBank.tliat thu-ir ttile papers hav.
beeh rehlrrad forrxi.minm.ti.-nt -. Chliarlb.H DaPanIt
ECq. lVIen ruportedi hpon A tilrtwrjtoIsl, Mnittgi'e
arid Baonds will be ent to. tle part..- .ar exc'urii,,i.
JOHN PA.KII.L, Cj.,.,..
March 1), 1)3,,'.
HI H.AE a-L'ert.Anedi thal fili&.two B.Ilr.s o"' Col.
ton. 'fthc al'Charleti' Blck, ot' ibh- aop
,,f 183d. were brought to TllJma.a rocd I haim
recajved AcCeolnt-S il, of bint; iny an.
information ofthle m.innr in wht.-h the other elcht,'en
bIales were ipobL'd ol', will be lthilnkill.,y re',., cd.
Per.onAV willing to t :onmmn)rioic.rat" ni Lh re uiipon
thia "u1ibj'et. wI-Il pplp to 3m. R. II. BEcri.
Msrcei l:-l3.-16
FIA ESl .,iipply of 'YIedecies Per-
fuaneri and Fancy Arluile-,
Pniatq. Oil. Tarnai'h, Bru-he*. &c.
.\is'.', Wsindow-.dil;us r.'.ll ,,.m. 1,
Ji't r.ocevopd and i 'or b i, I,-
IA'.\l)DEI., It\NIOLPIl & LI. lIS.
Maiv 1q. I''iW --27.t'.
Notice to larineri..
I'L'U'lTON uII0 -E, E:" 'T.S
I'L, .Ai.r. lt.nC'_ 11l' r.-t, J,.ln ;!illNi.. I&'I-i."
The T.i-hI i '.-... i irth." No-h WV,.I i Bir ori'tin.
Harbor, has beach placed at lier n.iorings. She lies
about eight miles frnm Key West, at thIe junction of
the North and North Weost Channels, sO as to serve
as a guide to veasels entering either.I
Vesels.-fronim ho Westward, comnig in bv- the
North Chluannel, will bring, the Light Vessel to bear
due aolth, aind run directly for her ; arrnd on'reaIching
hicr station, will then run for their Light House, on
Kco, W. t. unldss the o *,q s should ha,1 e.,,a^a.;.tlI.-


r.ow, them l tn fat in this channel at low watr ade to order with despatch and in the most iashion Garrett, J. Ma t
lowE-tth (z ~naytr o 3 n twelve feetntfet ithi s ch-a nn atlo wa tber Garrett J. I wcut Margaret
M tn c6tty ert, the Admniitritur ui' in. 7). -l feet at highawater. "able style. G Graves J. S. 'l'T. a I, P. J-.-
i a d d will mrt h hi a tr an o'.l. Vessels coinig in by the North west Channel, y 'rct attention to busine, and a desire tB tto t ne dt
arri d'd will prent h aout and will bring the light vsl to bear south east, l, lease those who an y favor him their custom, Graham Johia Vandusen, John
era fo hopes toiv rCt of sfai Hires, Jacob Walker, A I .iil1 2
ersi for a fi Setl selfonitt 'fIs.l catali, and pri' to east, runfdr her, andthen steer forthe Light HosL1 I topestorceive b i. Hires, Jacob pulal-r, t..,lrla i2
hedinlhardt eitl,. betbre.This"cha l is considered the best, L. .'.lLI N.. Hunter, J..,M. G. WiVlson, David
uifle5i*1t3' -. 1 4 1 hiaviig f*Wn oile to two flet more watdr than the M 12, I --2G-tf. Hawley, Henry o. Norack Elizabeth
oter Ho.l Wm. E. Whly James hr,
parlor. Cofrtl, T11. D. Jefferton Co. Masters of Vessels going out orin Key Wet,-will A CARD Howell, Wm. E. Whaley, James
S.' .Jna -Palmmer, Attachment $,92 0 dam- merely reverse the above di-etions. AV1D'LEVY, ATToINEY'.r TLAW, will attend Harrison, R. L: 5 "Withtrington, M.
Sa "- S -. Ages $500 Of. The Light Vessl shows one light at an elevation .m.D promptly and faithfully to all business entrust- Harley, Peter 2 Wilder, Wm. H. 2
11liae'fls a- ninet ar ten eleev.then Coourt effatFlrl'adpn1,
ath anms a ll 7i ot'about 50 fe. t, which maybo.sasn in clear -weath- ed'to his care in the Courts of East-Florida, and in Hicks, Retubin 2 Womack, Mitchell
t E l e a d a it a n i a l i r, o r i- n c r n e ,'m a r e 'r n i n e o r t e n m i l e s t h e C o u r t o f 1 ,;p J a g ...o.e W a r r e n V i e c
LBoeby oiied lhit ii his been common mn, Id. A, VHITE E *D TallahassHee I, i.. -- l,.' Jas. S. Jones Warren, Vicv
.c abnro v altarnhment ad they -are ntified tw Col. & Sup't Lights. Johnson, W. S. Young, D. D:.
cp cie trirdaud .tlat M thie Deolaratiom fil-, W.,i PRI OSPECTUS V hen you call for-the" above letters, please say
"-r,,, ---. E K Y HIG, FLORIDA iMAGAZINE. Tallahase, April,
V "iY .. Tte Larga.xt ,-t P r in. the World' P",DY l rEI.ah.see A pr 28.--4t3.
0 OI NV P. DUIVAl. ,I Law, i4 Liternry, Political and Miscellaneous. EITD B R D.Bow.
Sn'utborjzed to r..-.'ie:ill debts due thf "- -L.,i of ACH Number is equal to Four Hnndred and E make no promises of great things to be .? &C',
R. r-cl.4liy dffd. All prvi. in.e1bi du arI ,'q irs. 114 Forty-ITwo pagis duadechio--and the yearly V done by our Magazine, as if a new era of rHNHE Subscriber has taken the stand formerly
ca to ma 'ninmrtodiatn rpiipni .1l uiid ,i.,*dl bt ma n. e volnme to Twonty-Two Thousand Nine Hundred illumination Were suddenly to burst .upon thoeaston. .' oc'eupied by J. B. Peachy, Esq. at Sl.' Marks,
....fuldJ. "and lgitv. I'nrdutecimo pres of;the novel iz. shed universe. It is not expected that the rinfluen' and will attend to the %iorisE,; aad" For-
W A. GI'E' o. Ad,.r~f E,ch" nhluir Contains A' Sp'irited Wood-Cat, ces which have keptup the mr..,, .ri *i......: wardilg of such articles as may be as igned to
....' aerial lito'rical o of Por'traitt e. All for the enterprises in Religion, Morals, Philosophy, Politica, his care. "By diligent attention to his business, he
... T.alar3sepe D -18, -. ..-. .. ine1niderablo tuLn of .,00 ift Advailcc. Literature, Science, Commerce, Arts and Agricul hopes to obtain' a liberal share of public patrouge.
S -. .__.____.__._ The constant calTs at our 6flice for a weekly paper ture, will be very .greatly and immediately affected V T WILLIAM I. MA'J'II.''S
"TOUl*'d,Al the a,\i .l.nrmrsr 'I'Fr-ni it' has indaced us to cmmiencethei "New York Wcuk.- for good or ill, by our humble Periodicah When St. Marks, bIbay1u2,
9. 0 'Gadstlea County Court, the undensigned Ex- ly Whitg." We have incurred considerable expense .. Jin. r-t ian ow, we might have expected great
e ecutrix of the last will and 'estamlaent. of Jesse Potts in drdr to furnish our re,-lcis wiflih a shiat sufficient-. 1 f.. ir.-i our labors in the field of iirpeavemnent ; .J m. SCOTT,
on, deocd, iwll present her accounts and vouches lylrgetoeontainalltle necessarymatterexpetedin but if now. we Can do little, and that even but poor ATTO RNEY4. GCOUNSELLOR AT LAW,
ora-final teent of si" estate al pray t be a weekly pae'r. We new pre.sentthein with the first i ly, we may be satisfied, providing that little shall be -/ ILL attend to the Cortsofthedifferentcoon.
di0'hTig. fn~tsm4y fari'ther responsbtility tlheran.' umninter f the Largest Paper in the United -Statesi tbound on the side fgod. ies of Middle-Florida, and wii also attend to
S?.- A'NE P(TS, E', ..f. -ex- tJae Potts ben. ticls,will hbe comprehensive, moderate and cranlid, towards vindicating God's waysto mian ; and show, that purpose. Office at Monticello, Florida.
Q.,,v. July l4.-5-46.m. with enough firmness anid decision to convince our if may be, a feeble 'outline of that great system in -lltf
........... .... .-- adversaries that they.cannot drive u-s flom the field whiichf sorrow and suffering are more to'be desired., ,.' 1--1-f-t"
0nt" 1 o ,--I tha, piont my", acc .ont .mhiltthfre is a rag of the Whil bannr left tO rally than the joys of the prosperous in the highways of ... LI Ia P4)L.
lylile' ~ii~re, s arag f th Whi baner eft o. rlly lHF first class Ship Spi'iig,' T. F. Cook,
Santy, Couct, I shall present my accounts ad : thoughessprofligacy-our lowly views will be ac- i rst class i m. T F Cook
voucheraaand pray or afromd dischearge, from thewill sail onithe 15th November next. For
4Sv1at of. n 's .1v (oft o sxaid County. .. Scientific Sketehms will' also appear regularly. reiht ocompr Piaghed. p -the Catabrn, o. rd
tat fM..S. t.-,,, e 0eaWd County. Xe have made arrangements by which ie" will It in ]loaLs, we may be enabled to prove the sci. eight or Passage apply to the Captain on board a
n i N. he enabledu o presAnt every week, excellent MIedical e practical -fonmided in the condition of man, not' at t. Marks, or to
;U-. -b. BERY Tatiorellahse-
ulily L' "Reports. This department will be under the super -ats ai independent individual, but as a dependant on H. BER R, Tall, asse'
OTrilCE.--At tll n,'i .liur," terniofad--- vision of one of the mast eminent, experienced and the favor ofhis creator, to whom he is every moment Sept. ,9 1838.-46--6t.
NL dOTn CE.untA (".itt- thep .mil. jrmb oill preGsent skilful surgeons of this city, aud cannot fail to b, responsible, and on the justice, the benevolence, the TAK 'O
den County C_.)-,ni; the af,%ru!-ribr will present ... VOnI]PICIE1a1 tb. .J .
.. ..igl interesting forb(-.ran of' hi fellow TAKENas no ore.
hiisvou.lieri &.. azaiit thy TiLte 'f AlIen Smith ceedngly interesting. There is not a medical worbeara c of his fellow man-we ask no more.-persons indebt to ., B. Prkins by Note
c'ed. and pr.a v to be .h ,r h r-'d I'mn1 the Admlni. Journal- published in New York, and something of With the selfish system of Paley, Bentham, and account, are requested to call d s ettle the
"- rl'ai'rm orIi.f'e..ztte NI'i N Adier -thekindhasheenmuch needed. etrustourmed hol schools of- n somewhat less distinguishednames, m t ces
e.tje ou tid -'fsseiti ybecle -whae" intoN.".- Anr, samle, aslit is necessary that. sis businless should be
cy, Augst 1-4 1 ical department will in a great measure supply the --" if system it my be caled-we havenotling to .e asoon possible.
wic, Ay ant of so desirable a publication. do. Let such as Canlba honest on no other ter ins s BARAR ,,
OI .T m g e a '( .... -.I. Sa g a d" ; ,,N shl gvasby all means adopt their system. It was freined for E- ,, BAR A .. & CO.
W UR-c e.u wr i h at id lai- Foregfn ews e ssuhal ut Tallahassee, Nov. 10 -1836.-1 .t
X% fled Is E:cecuter c thf lit will mdaIstament fully as possible, and we intend 'to copy largely unfotuat persons.
t i' J," de.= 2 ;L m a (7 t d,'1ranty, fm the Fraench and EIgish paper. -It PImLiosopuyv, we be permi'tentoconvincea h: DRI. It 0 B I g 'O O ,
vi' tm o, a -l, ^ J,, g d,7rT4iun.- to prmsnt P'orcian Litdratmne ll cel wi, rarfal atte fe, s unon ed, that the pupil of Gamahliel r r,.-... .1 t thhoo frm-rlo pid v
tin properl, aut hn.,t.,l m 1hmmr ?1. trp'e'- tlon. Oar rcpsnlyics in thisdepirtment are inexhass was a W-ser man than. the pupil of lTato, We-shall 11T., -k.r,, ..'.-0r,.-'-ii_- If
recvry tible. Ore-aiain hqdeprmn par.exlii- T 1,- I
IP.. And al ,rior they will be s aiarrad oftib German French, Li'terature will be par. have done something very much to .i 1 i. u,,:, lundred-foot street where-hlie MAY lEALwAYs foa-il
Simtrn t 0> .aid R statil., mae timlttarly. mnaticead. This department is splplipd by 1 hr.t ,--yi which term we ha e n...r.r.n.., unless professionally engaged. -
imedt nentt L. i lllJ N, one of the -firs sholirs of the coutintry. whatsoever to the strife of partisans for power and March -1tf
-. 'uo '1-3.1tf xr. Historical Iketchae will appear fr..i.i..,T, and "place, and peeCuniry profit-if true Politics shall .
"T.OTII.--Four weeks after date; I will 'oap, care will be observed- to'have them correct. r not suffer, nor the commonwealth, t i], ) d7am1 i,.- by LA F It -, -, : T B Ai I, L A] N ID
i .ply to the' Hon. Judge of Gadsderk Caunty Biographical Notices df prominent men, will form oar labors, as we trust, we may well be content. We FEIMALE SEMIIINARIES.
(C.'ourt tr leave tostis Miley a negro wonarm ,...d a portion of the readingmatter of the Weekly Whig. give no pledge--we make no promise, we-einter into T- IHE public is respectfully informed that the
"23 y dats, and'the f.'-lin tract,'t' Lmn m.i. Th"' It is our- intention to furnish accurate wod cut no entanglingualliances. With our eminent cotewn- it forth h il' t -J session of the above Institu.
_y_ fort .We Jil it' to besm ofel will above nste
.2 of.the S.' IV. 1.4 and the W. 1-.2 of the S. WV. -likenesses of our native poets. poraries of the New York Review,'"wehpldittobe tion will commence on Monday, the 18th day of
1.4-of S-mio,:,13'l 2 North of R. 3 West, belong- '.t he Drainma we shall take under our especial keep. the duty." however doubted "as'well as the right," June next.. .
img to tIre 1.,lame c.- T. Farr, deceased, ing, and while we shall.endeavor to do justice to the however disputed, "of all christian men connected I ,. ,," .; situated at opposite' ends, of the
'J. P. POYTH'IRESS, Admin'r. talented, we shall also closely, criticism the wretched with the press, to have and to. utter their convictions, own,are sc l I .Ir-d t,.'.'iinn-,.., ,,. 150 pupils each.
Sept.-- ..' murders so constantly commiLted upon the -stage, upon the great question with which-the public wel- the cour e of instruction adopted 'is of the highest
--" .. Readings for Children will be furnished, with a fare is connected ;",-"andif in the course of human character; advantage being taken of the modern
N OTICh .- I mia'% re ,gi ii.A ,I. oltem- ii I!. wood-cut generally accompanying. Our objecthere events," it shall so befall that our little help mnay improvements in the science of education, and the
shal and Constable, any perso holding my r&. will be to interest and namuse the rising generation, seem required, it shall not be withheld. In this de-. Principals of both Institutions,considerinmg practicaZl
Seipt f ntes and aweiaunts can hav the same by 1'he Music of the stage needs reformation, and it apartment we are sure of able assistance from men ot education- of the highest importance, will use their
' Mr.,-David i. Wilson or to Wm.Hillard will become our duty to point out, as far as possible, experience, as well as of high talent; who, though best energies to impart it.
.l SLAS H. URT E several improvements which are absolutely required retired from the field of political strife, when needed Thie science are-taught and illustrated '.y turiiii
TlaSI AuT LAS H. COURTNEY.,3 by the rapidly increasing intelligence of the commu. Will first among the foremost to lend a strong lectures, aided by extensive apparatus. Ne expense
n.Itllahasre. Augmst 4-3$-tf. t hand to save the republic. having-been, or will be spared to render the Institu-
...A C A RD T o tihe Ladis -we have a word to say;-w.e shall In the cause of Literature and Science, we shall tons % .:, ir .. their increasing public patronage.
S l i A n A at target their interests ;-halls, parties and fash- do what we can with the best aids we may be able to lin ,: I i. Institution, young Gentlemen will
i'HE subscriber, late proprietor of the North A-. ions will claim otur notice frequently, and receive procure. be prepared to enter either class in any Colleges of
e. memcan lote, in New Orl-ans. announces to such attention e will please., We are filly aware, To our Country's stock of Natural Science, do we the United States, or they will be carried through a
Il'-ciiizens of allahasseo, and its vicinity, that hlie that to render our paper agreeable, we must receive especially hope to add more than a mite by avoiding thorough Collegiate course
hi.s airaedin this place, with the intetition of open- the patronage .,nd -,r.,nn our fair friends. ourselves of the peculiar vantages of our situation' the Femle Institution, in addition to the
;-rjel uourfai frend mselvcs of the peculiar advantages of our stuationr in the FemnMe Institution, in addition to -the
ingaV cgstlurator Establishmeft. We shall enid.- 1 ra to ,].r,, i, always furnish- on a literary peninsula, stretching far into theSalt solid .ir,,' h:. I,,. i,'r,.-Ladies will havethe oppor-
For the present to hs located himself at the cor- ing something suitable to their tastes. Ocoari, and pouring farth its ocean river of fresh wa- tunity of receiving instructions in the accomplish-
tier of Clinton and Adim's streets where he Will be rales of engrossing interest will always be found ter from its almost extreme ocean boundry;-a re ment of a polite Female education. The Principal
hippy to r4wtive o faox day be ,rd-r. iuntjl he can isn the WWkly Whig.. gion abounding with animal and vegetable lifeC,-ary- of thlat.Institution hasmuch pleasure in .m,m,."m
rmiake bette-r re'ngenientsfi r ,i, ..-iunmplated es. Reviews of late publiatiorts, and notices of no. ing In many features from the annal and vegitable that hlie has obtained the invaluable serv,-: ..t '1MI.
taL.blislimept. He feels confidinm th-at tit. public will vesnand romances, will be m-,illrh Liverrn. life of every other position of our broad empire. BRa.sAN', who will take charge of -the Musical De-C.
he .lea'.cd to h-nve sFih an est iblimrit., conducted The Poetry We publish m ill be rc,remilly selected, For the Arts and Agriculture, Science and Enter- partnment. Mr. Brenan's reputation, as a Teacher
in i.' Ln.:-h6(yle in th sci.y. and we have on hand aireoady several beautiful pieces prise have done little for. Florida, of which to avail of Instrumental and VocalMusic, is too well known
Fr. LI. BLELt. ftiom known writers, which we shall soon insert. ourselves: but should our efforts find encouragement too need an-'' il..; .; it is only necessary to-re.
pt. 1 -h, I ', I- General E'diucationwill form a prominentfeature we hope to do something for these important branch. iuark, that"' i r.. ..I .M.-iIce and Vocalization. will be
... iu t"h^e Weekly Vyhig, and we shall constantly fur- es of life,'and sources of wealth anid comfort, nlade a daily exercise.
Rope and nearing. nish matter of the first importance to par6nts and Fort COMMERiCE, we freely promise to do more than In consequence of the salubrity of the climate, no
1* 0 Pieces DINmaIsc Bagiug 42 teIhIers. is usually expected fromJournals of this character, vacation is given during the Summer anid Autumn,
ikiWCi wide. : Embellishnients. We have several capital wood by developingthe numberless resources of the Soubh, thereby preventing the necessity of parents residing
100 Co ils Bale RHope-a superior ar- cuts,-and others now with the engravers, one or more and Florida in particular. in unhealthy sections of the country, sending tor
'ti e. r* P e "/ n '''hi,:li may be regularly expected in each weekly In the cause of Education, both our duty and our their children at those seasons.
2. 0 Sacks Sail. FIor sal by number. They are mostly from original desiIgns, inclination will insure our untiring exertions to do Board and lodging maybe had in the families of
/,.'.. .I.RI OI.I. !o:will add munch to the value of the pae;' _ln our power to promote it.. "
HAL GO N. and wil add much to t value of te paper. all in our power to promote it he Principals, or other respectable houses in the
t'' pI. lr.l'.t. Commercial. We have a person employed, who TERMS.-Thie %tf;' 1i1i- It Jl.. published Semi- own ii, at Terl Dollars per month.
*.'- .... for a long time has been engaged in procuring con- Quarterly, on good paper, 96 pages octavo, at the J. H. LLOYD, Principal Female Seminary.
,, .......: ........ mercialinteligence; who is in every way competent, Courier office, by WEIR & RIChARDSON. Price J. G. LIKENS, principal Ml e Sem7 nary.
,t 'and will devote the whole of his time to the-New per annum, payable on delivery of the-first number. J. ILSON,
York Markets. Under our commercial head will be Editors of Newspapers with whom wei-c exchange, In Tallahassec, refer to Dr. Waddel and James A.
S fonnd full rerbirts of 'the Markets; Prices Current; will confer afavor bypublishing the above. Berthelot Esq,
Stoek and 1Exchange; Bank Note Table, and all Jacksonville, Feb. 15, 1838 LaFayette, Chambers county,Ala., May 22.1836
.. ''* |H |l H |* matters calculated to interest business men. LaFayete Chambers unty Ala'May ,1838
T ernAs." 't h|ee dollars a year, in advance, andno HVLL'S SOUTHERN COLLEGE.
Ii parrn ,l ohe fttrmsheA unless the terms are strictly Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam. Of St. Augustine.
-uea-n complkd with. The reputation of which, has become established Hu'erTE COMITTEE appointed by the Trustees
ON C I OBL aimher, JAMES G. WILSON, at the Office of the ered for Influenza, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, W hoop. ganize the College School, would inform the inhabi.
.abiut PUllr'& Sof ,-rMak(r, New York Daily Whig,127 Nassau Street. Nolet. ing Caught Spitting of-Blood, anadall affectionB of s o t ity, and of this Territory, and the pub.
.. rt Preminim Cabinet Maker,of-New York, ters taken fromi the Pt.Otffie, unless post paid. .the Lungs. l ea l th tthe liberal subscriptions ofour cit.-
*. at C abm.eO, n. 'Communiocations may be addressed to the Editors, Ir .. Medicine has been used very extensively, izens for the establishment of the COllege School
,. --M ftCTFV, LY -l the ctheiteui otTal- amid 8hnt -'1m (pmt pair) to the Office 6f the Daily and the Proprietor lnas not kumowvn a single in- will enable time cou nnittee to open it for t e recep-
ALI&. lab.I sS3v, uad of time territoryy of Florida gen Whig, stance in which it has failed in giving rehief in dis- tion of pupils on Thursday the first, day of February,
hraTh, that he h permanently Icaterd hivislf Per'tso ending $5, (post paid) will be entitled to eases for which it is reconm ended: even in cases ew 'buldg o M.
in he cltyl Tallatba-, for thc pi pose ofm-1nutic. two copies df the Weaky 1i4ig for -neyer; r one approaching to Consumption, attended with bleeding erasn Geon e Street an theap nacous bun grt of ther
apn, remngt ~nsupin at edd~t'le Carraras oil George Street in the north part of the
S- During Cabinet all itf branch- copy for two year. 'March ad, 1838. at the Lungs, and where all other remedies had failed, City
es, and"ain'es the pmblc that it wiIh to their a the most decided and flattering success has attended Ctye. comn-ittee he .. pi.t. t Reverend 1. .
^ ^ ^^11 TTP^ IIE INDIANIS PANACEA.- ) The committee^^ ^ haveu^ appointd heReee~ndD;
varotage by gtiing orders her, hate-aw ohet peirn' OR the[cureIofIRhe m tism, S its use. Common Colds, which are generally the L. Proudfit, a Graduate of Union College, principal
nork fromntf,q North, as the.t3le and wrlrm nsh ip te 'cure ofRheumatismSrolaorKings effect of obstructed perspiration, will yield to its an. ofthe College School, and feel confident he will give
Will rnot .e expelled by any in the Lnimiel Sta-te. i EviSciatia, or Hip Got, Incipiant Cancers, fluence in a few hours; when used in Asthma- satisfaction.
Thos' T who are in want of fdmrniture will do well Slit Rheum, Syhilitic and Mercurial diteases,par- Hoarseness, Wheezing, and shortness of breath, it TERMS OF TUITION.
M. t to order Oolm th.-' North. as the iubhcriber will ticularly Ulcers and asinful affe-ti ions of the bones, gives im Imediat.e -reli.ef procuring tranquil rmst and qA a
be able lo.sutlv all den,au,ds in m, tc.ry short t,m'. Icerated theoat n nostrils ; l,'l'-r o' every se- sleep. In w"hoop ng cough, it is without a rival. English department, utogiapy &reag,
. s sodp a -rnctends~ and n ortmmen rive r sription, Fever Sores, and internal abscesses Fis- to s b g e en m b per quarter, d
tnorlh, *trlas, Scald IIead, Scsmr-vy, Biles, Chronic sore eyes, en to infants with perfect safety. g Reading, writing, and rudiments of Anithme.
e telereuiues-GovCall, RJ. lickl,, E. Looch Erysipelas, blotches, andevory variety of Gutane. The happy combination of vegetable substances, tic, Grammer and geography, $4
.ermnan,"R. |mavward, W. II. Brodie, Cu.ipt. Brow.-n ens ;ffection'; Chronie Catarrh, Headache from of which it is entirely composed, are peculiarly a- Readlng, writing, grammer, geography, aimth-
1,,r .:ula'r urus's ; o pain i. tre dtom, Wh and DLsst.r, metic, elocution an ote Eglish studies, $5
l .B : sl, i -lar causes; pain in the stoma and Dys. dapted to diseases of the Lungs, Liver and Stomach. Clasica D tment tme Latin and reek
..Lei ,. ., L pepsia, proceeding frema vitiation; affections of the Certificates and full directions for use, accompany Classcal Depar-men, $ ..... an G,
l';'. Mey 1S--^&tf L~iver, Chronic inflammation ot the Kidnmeys, and each bottle. Sold by T .11 .$85
Bt,. _ay._.r--t2f. "general debility,icausead hy a torpid ineyun ot the WADDEL, RANDOLPH & LEWIS The classics, with Algebra, geometry, surveying, ad
.ess W G O- D vaels of. the akin. It_ .'- ing, u.rly efficacious in Jam.. 27-I. other higher branches of mathematics, and lhe
n. 4 V,0 : ei.n)vaing thosn -opstitutioas which have been natural sciences of chemistry, optics. astronomy,
"1"31 .-...SVSh Ospee" Im| naG". irregularities, n judicious ,. " HE sbseribers have thi da associated them Persons who have or may hereafter subscie f,' or
3' 'acms Ii ptitm~dters, ocomeried n a1.1fi~e ~ salves together under tne fim oftespoto heoleeSho n h lc
'. rm.dn~ the pubhcl generally, that they diseases which arise fromt im purities ir thle blood, GAMBLE & REID, tercide niwl eceie ihtm uon
g arsi opetit ii gemr~I a orment or vitiation of'hie numors, of whatever name or forthe purpose of transacting business in the city. paid on their subscriptions, in payment of tuition at
2d l',ettt.ote for thme Fall anul Winter G~oods kind. of Tallahassee. the JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ,Cunniteo
titgoT.lry 4;oFd, Gror'eries, Can- Some' of the ubiave complaints may require some They will have on hand at all times a general as- ('olnnitee of
Ha Salt w ire, Boots. boSe, fand tufting apphe..tton : which the circumstances of the ortmnent of goods, arid will be disposed to rye FRANCI? S 1 U tTrustees &c.
. y fsiwar .'idi, .oodrev which th .s w'll diuctat'; btmtor a general rdmedy, or Pu- their friends and.the public upon the most favo "ble PE-T1IR SKEN SMITH. Trut &c
z celery, eirificatr to memot,- t.e cam,', TuE INDA Px,-mA oA terms. .JAMES B. GAMBLE. Feb. 17,
r'.pjl'K oed o r uBt att will genealfaybe oimnI ain .tBirtT. SAM. REID.
('MlEh^t l.* q oroner ofsG .lloaro1 and ,i're abo'e vealuafble article just received and for Just recyiverl a fine article of Kentucky Bagghng B.OOK & .IOB PRIiTI.Gt. Prrr.,,,p
4,.. "L ,by aSTEWART. BARNA and Rope. Also, 5 brls Kiln Dsifed fli'ar. r- H .,d N\., L^,.... tlt.c o1the
.' "' General Ag'ent.r,,. 3.,'.';,fa V. .- .mt,s. Aug Y.. lS3b.-. 39 1-H' ,'WAT'rcMsA.." '
n- 'j .-- I

afav~iirti~~re-~Tc rVi/."- ....... ... ......... w j.i~y, ,-~ \ Rs. W ALKER. I;
ITS EMFCAcr.-There never perhaps' existed tany 22" 1 -31S7i.t.
remedyw.which de-served more just~ly-the epit at:o .. A L A' 1 7..4 ,)'"'Et (.j-[S
Specific. ''he celebrity which it has ad,1uired i r-f
Franco and othftr countries, has it known . .'1-I Suebscriberhasjurt re.e-'i".d ind off-rg-for
one of thie"most n'eeious renmedies of time'rt of cur .L ',e'. select Assurtmnent ofClotIl, Ca.s-
ing. In a- few seconds thie most acute'and obstinate snneres, & Vestings. AlfIo, a lot ofRea,
pain is appeared.. Its fficaey aga-iinst the Scu-rv8 y y .'lldC (olllgU., onmisilinu.,ofBlue, Blalk,
without being so quick, is- not'liowcver- less certain Adelaide, Mulberry, and Green Frock and DTrcs
and powerful. Sold by Coats.
WADDEL, RANDOLPH-& LEE VIS. Steel-hiixed. Moi.-h-,ir. and Blanket Ovr Coats.
Jan.27-i-l-tf "Sattinett and K,-inuck[y Jean Frock mad Dress
Coats. .
EDUCATON." "Plain, Figured and Cut-velvet Vests.
_]E D r uses c, A ie. do iG. Si!k and Satin "do.
?j1HE Trustees cFtviracy.Academy, White crini-Black Cp'drnm S .,in do.
A take pleasprein announcing that thoe female Cloth, Bombazin and Fig'd Valencia do. .
department of the institution, is* new in successful. Blue, Black and Drab'Cassimere Pantaloons.
operation, under the superintendence-of Miss Hoet, Plain and Stripod, do. '
assisted by Mrs. Snell. They have also made an- Napoleon-crdand Steel.mnixed .dl,
engagement with Miss Pierce, (who is advantageous- attinett, Beaverteen.and Kentack Jean, do.
ly known in Tallahassee and its vicinity,) to ,occupy Al, -t*. ,.i|l. .-ormi of Shii-r. S lk
a place in the Institution. From the talents and <>l.|liu,..,.. (.i, ..., Iia tdise. attainment of the instructresses, .he Trustces can i,. i :..r- -I..- ,, .-|i ,- d 1. 1 1 .i 1i,,lr ..tablmi '.
safely guarantee that every branch of Featalde Edu- ments, ail of whicfare off.TreJ cue ,p, for C('ah' dr
cation, both useful and ornamental,- will be taught. hoet credit.
with ability. J ABEZ B. BULL.,
The Male Department under the superintendence II ih .,. Nov. 11, 1837.--1.if ""

i [-. arri, is aiou iIn su-essi-i operation.
-Board can be obtained inii respectable families upon
reasonable terms.
Quincy,Gadsden Co'y, Flo. ay 12-26-tf

#7-OMMIITTED.-To Jail on the 23d inst.
J a .negro mail, whQ sayBs his 'aine mais
Cl;'rles and that he belongs to M.-j. Moore of
Tadla~hassee, and'was hired to Johin R. C';pip:nan of
Mariauna. Said negro is 5 fect 7 inchesghiglI, short,
bright, talks broken Inglish, about 30 to 35 years
of, ag-, has lost one upper and two lower teeth. The
owner-of said ncgro is requested to come forward,
prove property, pay chatrges and take him -away.
L. J. BELL, Jailor.
Quincy, August 25-,41-tf.

a-* ~TE IIE subscriber iontintc'-e to cIr.'
M -- ry ono the mnmufaeturin.? ofTin
W t re, nid-, vii! a rt zm'' lm s u v cIt v u en
/t hand a general. as3'-r'.? .;t, -.!t ,o'r iat
Swnolesale or retail, OI: a. rw' -,"."i1.-'-
ermnis as c..' bL sold in any souliiern ,iarie, ,
.erable ta my store at Tallag"sse. / "
ilan ..-~S f -l. .. --_ _. .
P. S. Is,i_ in'-,.. in experienced workman' all
articles will be made to lorde-r in the above line.
and all job work done without delay, either ini-the-
tin or sheet iron business. : .W. H. F.

lnoAslieur Tonson,come again.
TIEHE Subscriber tenders his sincere thanks to
Uto the .citizens of,Tallahassee, and the public
generally, for the liberal encouragement he has re-.
ceived, an&'would respectfully inform them, that he
is now prepared to do all kinds of work in Ils line,,
assuring those who may favor him with a call, that
lie will be punctual in performing his work in a
workman.-like manner., J. M. HUGON.
I Having just received per Schr. L-o'nids. a frtsl i
supply of time following articles, offers them for
s;le' low for Cash.
White Lead, Terre de Sienna.
Red do. Linsecd Oil,
Venetian Red, Spts. Turpentine,
Spanish Whiting, Gum Copal,
do. .Brown, Copal Varnish,
Creome Green, Blinders,
do. Yello.v, Lith:erame,
Yellow Och're, Sulphate of Zinc.
Verdegris, Gold,&,Silver Leaf.
Prussian Blue, Frostings, all colours,
- Umber, Vermillion,
Lake, '
And Glass of all sizes. HIe will keep constant.
ly on hand, all of thIe above articles for the accomn-
modation of his customers, at moderate prices.
Tallahassee, Dec. 23, 1837.-6-tf

Two Htui rdi',ii Polt : t Reward.
SSecretary ahd acting Governorof the Territory
of Florida.
W II-EREAS, It has been represented to me,
that Asa Smith, of Newnmnsville, East Flo,
ridi, clamrged with the murder of Abner Daunnegan.
SU. S. soldier ofthe fourth Infantry lledtged to have
been committed in the Town and Territory afore-
said on the 1lth inst. has made his escape.
Now therefore in pursuance of ltw, I do hereby
offer a reward ol TWO HlUNDRED DOLLARS
for thme apprehension add d-livery of the said Asa
Smith, ini any jail in the District of East Feorda;
and I do hereby Cunjoin and require all AM i- i'
and peace officer, to be vigilentin the appre.iensiwn
of thIe said. offender.
Ass Smith sometimes known by tie n'1me ot
Feehlwood, is about five f'et even or eight inches
high, light complectiQn light hair, rad wel foimnJ.
Hie lihas relations in the Tower parn of Georgit. It
is supposed hie will endeavor to make his escape to
Given under my hand and seal this 25th day of
May 183S, JOHN. P. DUVAL.
Secretary and Acting Governor of Florida.
May 26,-28-tf.

T HE Subscriber has just received a supply of
iPratt's warranted Cast-steelCot-
ton'Gins, which he invites Planters in want of
Gins to examine. N.M. MARTIN.
Agent for the Manufacturer.
June 23,,

NTOTICE.-THE undersigned hais appointed
I, L. A. Thompsorm Esq. his agent and Attorney
for the transacting and seLUling Iis business. Aim
Persons indebted will do well to call anud settle at an
early day, at his office over J. B. Bulls newstore on.
MU.,.iin oe street, as longer indulgence cannot be giv-
en. 'WM.-.MANER.
May 26-28-tf. .

'--- A, TAWOOD Frictiona Boi-
' :t V- ler and common ('olln
Jis->, u ,iii s, are now receiving ,'::r'-h.I
.i,.- rt-.rit..r-. All those who havy engaged-
tthe above.Gins of their agent will be able to obtain
them in a few days. Five are already r..m,.i"(,i.
TIlhjiies'-"-e Airs''in ~t4.-41.l5. -- '
Law Noicc. ....
J -OI P. DII VAL, Ar ro,:., LAW, wml
;ltt. rIl rie Counrts in Mi ld, FlI,',J-i,. and the
Superior Cm1-it-iaor Jacksoa County, I'Lst-Florida.
Oct. -5':' fi .... .

iJ AtD) & 1101EN, *
SGeneraI 'omini'siou inlcrcliantl, ,'
tta d (u i ion Farlor-.
AN,". 2 P'ydras str,'l/t, fm'n.-0',-ans,
j ETURN thanks totheir -numerous friends f-r
the very iib'-r,,I p.i romii.- .I.'e- ,! ion thesn
,since their com-mii'nii'ir busimn-s, and b. t10 assUre
them that the be,' atturition will b6 c '4i. to the in.
terests of tho-" -,%in iIsy i ,'rm-1 Li 1imes- lu them.
For thie'information of those Merchants in.rl Pint-
-crs who are not acquaintedwith 'the t i.ii, phl' on
which they predicate ther transaction,.. B. & B.
take this' opportunity of ".r.uiii,.r them thirt all,
S.,1 -._',ii.-'i. of Cotton are sold'onutheir Respective
merits, ana the principle Of selling Cotton in lots of
c-ioasqualit's art(t alt! times avoided. Also that /
il .1-ediately on the sale of'Cotton' or: other Cousign.
mCmtms, th- proceeds arc piltcd in Bunk to the indi- ,
vi'al Credit of tihe Shipcr, aId Certificate of do-
posiie fowardod. unless contrary iustractions are
imm .' i r^sfir"d. .
IS. L.-....1. -., thai tht uirit-reet of thl Comnn.-
13 t sM I'm i,.-rii 1 Mi ,;: ail are bettergu'rdoed by avoi.
ji L zi .,k s or dC,'T'1'F'i ftbro ,.n, lig t 1 "if.
iijlm, .mit ii, .m_-i' e:an mi b' erupted wrrl-s4LSi14
Lidiog -co',''s&lie a.niiq t ni mAh r .sa9f,
;,,'ire. Tire lonk ezprrwnee f tihe ef.,.F
-im wp ili,- <''ttiin -ndn Pr'dlio.e Businme, wLl iL] ms s
tie best In 'rlie' Ip'. I f, r all <.'otl.'.I'i A"iIppm'd to
theun, _Wiich will' at -all times' receive-1aistfrsonal
r, tl~~RE1 V... .
r'ohrda.-A. Sp in ("1- .,.G B.'F. Whitner, Col.
R. Fitz;;.trick, E. J. I L. I & Co., Cot.,G. McIn.
tosh,'-J. B. Peachy. .
Ge-eria.--Geni D. L. Clinch, A. B. oleAi, illj,
J. Peabody Hon. T, Foster, Dr..F. M1 Il..r!s-v,
Col. W. Cuiming. J. & D. Jhorrisson, J Seymoir',
Alabam,,ta.--Col. FMills, M.,r|.l.v & Brack, Holt,
Ros-' & Gibson, Strother I.ih,"r &. Co., E; E. Gai.
their: M.j. R.D. Ware, Col. T. MeGran.
June 2, l .--29-ly. .

fklt 1N CN U 'OTl M1A.
-rIHE bove Establish. JX
rf f1l 3. ,1 niment is in good repair *iSS
i; and now open fortherecep- Il:"m
I ? .: tion of travellers.
Two or three families can be accommodat-ed with
private rooms, and tihe best fare the County and
Town will afford. .
The healthiness of Quincy, its beautiful location
excellent police, and- flourishing male and feminale
Academies, with the Hoase keepers efforts to please,
isthe bestreccomiaenrdation the subscriber presumes
to offer time public.
The above establishment, is offered for sale on, a
reasonable, a'd liberal terms, toan approved purqhba-
ser J. W.
May 26,-28-tf.

VA W TXI A1iA_0 VL-ti, Q
No. 4 Berry's Row. *p
FT HIE Subscriber would respectfully inform his
U friends, and the public generally. tlat-he had
established himself in the Tailoring Bus!
neII ., at No. 4 Berry's Row (on dinton st.,) where
he '..-.:'. happy to see all who may favor hinm with
a cfal. Having resided in this place for several
y:hrs, he is, as a workman, already well known.-.
He lhas n con hand an issortnaent of fine C6tlihs
Caibimcrs, Vestings, &c. -and is prepared to furnish
Gentlemien, wiih amy.articcle in his line. .
Garments of every description made to order at
short notice.
Now on hand and for sale lowa lot of Finei"hd
Coarse Ready-made Clothing.
Tallahassee, Sept. 15,-44-tf.

OL. J. B. BULL, being absent from the Terri-
tory, but by the'permission of Providence, _e
will return soon from the Emporium of Fashtion, -
'with the most fashionable, magnificeit and gigantic.
stock of goods that wns ever offered ,t6othis people,
since art invented app-r:l Lo decbtaL&'mani. 14
foreman, by the by, would n.ost reiple ully appriae
this community that he'has just ieeeivcd.,sper flr.ig
Lncinda from NewYork, a few piaccs of ifrh m-.
perfine London wool .dyed, BlaCk, Blue, and Pam*ia
cloths, which he will make up-to order in the aho.t-
est notice, latest fashion, and iin tt 'besft possible
style, and no mistake. .... ;
1. B. IUALL,
Tallahassee, Sept.-601838', 45 3t"

A puBlished every Saturday, at tli6 room (p
stairsr) formerly.occupied as the Int'lligencer O) lio,.
situated at the Somth West corner-of p%.hilngtl9
Square-At Four Dollrain advance, or F'w at-tlf "
end of the year. -" -
ADVa,, 'i,'EiME.iTs inserted at One Dollar per qo6-'
of'twelve lies or le's, ,for the first insertion, apd.
Fifty cents, fot each subsequent insertion. Advier-.
t tisemonts not marked with the number of insertiobs
required, will be continued until forbid and charW
i-"All com.'miiunicalions. intended fnr pijtici6n,
must be addrc'.scl to J. KNOWLES, ditoiF'F-
913 No sub-,cuiption recoved for lewthan P i
months. KNOWLES L. WtCIVS.

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DitOLUTION. k 11 1tE:....i, ;,i'- li, ,ttl L,-tl.,t-ri, n,,b A ", r d ,O1'lC.E.--The CoptIiii '^ fO
-- i V a q i l. ,, I., l ; l ol ..0 , ~ /,t,|I l H'I1 ..1
m~ne~-rivner&Li'plipi-l.-t-1ore ei~i-zlLn.Jerilir & a;' iN D 11 )ti under' Xi .o .HTFOtD^RRr"'*'i~"*. -inn ""- i l;-ct udtWfil~fprAir
l rm ot M clr -.m v. ci, iHe s i this dac dissolv- Oct. 18K., ,i,,,h ir ,ot taln ... t-,,.,r.-. t, ,- .. .-. ,i. ., ., .., & L' ,], o.. i.i. 1 'uled irom -and al. Abi
ed by milU,, eo.&,t. All-those indebted.-'o the day of Janumry mext, will be isent ta ti, I:,1 P. y hi,;,P- p.,s.,', wi iaiptoppriv ,o ..i,, t A. I'.. ot, iid,-lbtr to -iJd thin willi mke
said 1,ni, eitherLvnot' or Boook account, are request asDeadle te rs. I 'i.rv mm isi po- ..s". ion, 'th- ai i t ,- p.,i. ..l.l un.mle..r.r d '.
edtomake }imne.diato payment to S. F. vswhs,iwho Averitt, L Ezmla'th1 Kerse.v, Budd ... .gaimnr to F,,-.',, caun. d an ".ttachmeht to bu JOHN- R., LUDINGTON. "
is fully authorized toreceive all debts duo the-firm, Alexander, J. K\l, "W I. lf co u'eI ol-" ,,nlt m.n,-and :i u st..r.- and effects ofthe | li..,nfes a ill 1 future be u.onuuoted, byJolim
and give discharges. nder, Archibald R. K e A H. I.- Iil.- I ofi'' misamin- l..ii. .r,.! % ill L-r- hmppy \\5 accommodate
'The business, will liereafter will be continued by nde,,. Lev ArchibaldR'" Kle,'A :. istratortobe ,,'- 1 ..,I f..i '..i gils authorn- o-, ... c- r,' Ior f .1 h- eht.blitlniemn, and
SAM.UEL F. AWES. BellLevi i lu.J e L a r b I .. I .- ,. .1 ,, g autor"- n t'.. I, ,-,v r a,1 th.-h a cult e is, anow
D c NY ow g,.attig ty. On being} i'. o,'rIt',,r. ..-' r ce, iie forth- ,:,ht-r us ,., u s',-'or I', mi nh aeclt" Lieis now
D. MeRAENY. Browning, S,. Kirprk W,.E. with returned to 'I',|I I,.... -.. m, ri ,e hainrand I *, i i'I !4i... N Y.-,rk. .n cx!i;v linogm
S. F. HAWES. B-.-,\kin, A. L- t,.,- \V al. procured idinm1 ..- I .i i --, s. 'Festore iPre : '' ..' ,1,' -i -r .'I. L5.-', .r,,mm,'iIg of t"iIfU
Talahassee, April 9t,- f. Bostick, Win. T. Lorimer, J. I. T. opened, ind will contilrue open as hertofore, ant d (':;.-..m;:-.;', Vrtiugl.. &A-.,.nd a .gsral
Bostck, WJames Lorimdal, Jes. te,,h"11... .' ." T..,,.t,.,,r r~esuual tmd a s ar..
Blc -e the nini- i :.-n.,] 'ill be grateful for a reie; 'it i 1 I''i- '"' r inr le's, usualJy fmodid atV si ar
Receivers Notice. Bc o J m l favors of his customers. V 'nr..
THE Subscriber having been appointed receiver Burney, J. B. cBnde, Joseph F WG A i DN. '1 rp Pi l3.-43.i.
tofthe Court of Chancery of the Middle Dis- Booth, Dr. W mn. ltimeilyn, Chas. Adm'r. of L G Ir -.I ... ...'d. '. "
trict in the case of David G. Raney and Blount, R. Morris, Wm. July 14-35-tf.. i i 'i.I RE i 01 d -D. _
I N., B.-AIL persons, vimg claims againstt the 4 UPEPIINE d.1O Ppper S.uce, Vnglikh"
WVife et al vs. li. A. Armistead, hereby Collins, John Munroc,-Dennis estaNte, are requested t In) esiigt the saieIfor -W'- ""h f -'., l, r 11at V u m ,uia-,hroon gat.
gives notice to all persons indebtedto the late firm Coats, R. P. McCall, A. ";etaen al ius 'e fi't''- r and a general 'ai-
Sof L. & M1. A. Armistead, and L. & IM.. A Armi- ment, andalso tehos rv, ns g ;.. .
stead, & Co., on note, Bond or Book account or for Cassels, Wm. UI. 2 -McLauchlin, D. scriber individually. .:l .; p-i -ro:',-r-a' .--::.i 'u-
rent or otherwise that in obedience to Clerk Superior Court Nettles, Samuel said estate, a.e notif'l hat at the Sri- Tlia. -m \'. J,', G;e. ,'rRaspberryanil .SrsapariI-
the'express decree of the Court, all Cooper, Michacl Owens, Jas. f 1839, ofLeonCourity Court, G. A ..- .. !, i. .-s' I-u),' .?.i. s.. r.'s aid P,-raii, lor -
debts unpaid will be forthwjth put in suit at the n xt Casha Wmi. L, 3 O y i r file his fiatal account nda ak' 'i set':i:'icnt, 'd salP by "'-\-i'LL, RA\NDOLPU & LEWIS
Terni of the proper Court. He will send a list ot C mhy, '. pray a discharge as admiui'mrht'to l..w. June '- 2'- '.
Sdebts due in Gadsden County in a few days to Isaac uaerso I. Matilda .' F. ..
RI. Harris Esq., Quincy, to whomin payment can be Clemmons, C. C. Peoples, \ I m. 'UIC .-The -Cop-rtnershiipheretoforeex.
made, all others must call upon the subscriber at his Davidson, R.-. H. ]r...'i.-. li-.r J. W. 'J'. W otie. i .. m the II.,], of .Slv%.wrm & BIn,ard be.
office i Tallaassee. Defwrth, W Robi.,son, J.2 3 FE Subscriber having returned to the Terri inmg .l by tp I), oi the Senir partner. all
SJAMES A. BERT ELOT. Dr)V, Susan RaneVD tory for the purpose' of. ect!ing'up his business, persons indebted to- ii,e firm ,ie reque,t'j to make .
July 236, 1838. 37tf RIecciver. ar I, S aani, D.. wvill remaiin aiTalahas-eo feforftew'w w .ek. All pe r-n. 'edi.te settlement, anda]I p.-r,o- "Imaing claims
-,___ ~Estis m F. C .. I l'a',,, ]3rancis sons whodo not avail tihemsLv-s of the pl.. ....,.. will please present tfliem. .... .. .
NEW- CLOTHING STORE, Edgarton, Charles M. Rogors, Nicholas of liquidating their occoiunrt; cannot-expecL ioigemr 'E. BARNARTD. .
T 5E Subscriber having purchased of 'r.J.J. Ilguse, R Rice, JhnJ, 2 h,!.,.'. All account, whihi .hen remaiun- rAniing Co-partner.'
BBirgo his 'entire Stock of Clothijag, Ferguso. '-Sr RaldallyJuIdgO ,o.J, etIL be.foundinrhehandsofploperoricers ,Tallahassen, .Ily 1-1-35.t." A,"
,. ~~~~~for settlement. W 3 m. I IA NER ;.". ,v-,
C lo th s4 & c. w ill keep eonsta ntly'on hand *at Fisher, W 1m S ri n J n- r M arch 5 :. 1838 17 -tf... ... -' i, E six w : w *a-er ate I shall -a
the old stand, a fall and-complete assortmncrt of evye- Foian e 'ig ih, Davidi TCL .-Six weeks after date. T halap
ry article in his line of business. use, Smith, David ply to the Judge of tl Couty ourt of Jf.
.. Gronzales Zanches, Smoith. D. (; i J \." Sit% l*EiV --A curm m- tch person count.yr for-;.ciT'.g ot'A Garments of every description Gilen. KH. K. n,,;,I, A ', ._R TOOT/H 1.,ilt ,,d ,,, .,. E.te.ofHarrsoa. .iretarv decmihsd \i ni' "id
TOTHA31F -nda (itEstaete of Harrusou ,_ igetary decaet, .,


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