The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
September 15, 1838
Publication Date:
Weekly[Nov. 11, 1837-1848]
Weekly[ FORMER 1831-Oct. 15, 1837]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1837]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 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


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Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note:
"Laissez nous faire."
General Note:
"Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note:
Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note:
Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).

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Is-published=-- ,/THE-every-FLORIDIAN.Saturday- nt FIVE Dollars per T LTO south in Port point Royal of Otter soun'dal1it Island, in boas St. Helena on tbe

annum, paid within the jfar: ,-or FOUR Dollar t THE F R ID IA W."LAISSEZ sound, a beacon light .nn' Marsh Inland! at

paid in advance.ADVEaTjsF.MENTs. the head of said sound 'and inch beaconsand
inserted ol One Dollar.perqwre
: be m the North
buoys as may necessary
of fir>en )line or less, for the fi.llll>er-
and South Edisto sounds. For erecting
andftfl1l ceniS (oreeb subsequent insertion -- -
to1l. '
Advertisements not marked with the number olinwMtioas '. NOUS FAnE" biioys'Of) Saint Helena bar, onethousand do

required will be continued until forbid. 1IDt lars.
nnd charged for. --- 5- IN THE STATE OF ALABAMA.
the Editor on bubin's* connected will) mm m l n; Dao nQe. CDQ q
Letters to be paid. .. Q.mww th QUIDLm o .il1a1 lA mh! Qll i a A light house on Cedar point, and buoys
lie establishment' must post .it'I .
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-- between Cedar point at Lak Borpue.
Notice. : r-- jTl BY AUTIIOIUTY. New York )lately discovered, and called}, Amelia island be and hereby is, opproprrnted IN THE ST4TF OF KENTUCKY.A .

F.MAY&DAY1U C. WILSON are nnattorneys 1t'llCTrON ----- Gedney's channel, eight hundred and seventy (or the removal of the light-house situated r light house at the port of Louisville.IN i

J tinting my nbscnor from the 'lrri 1 S ,ft., i.AWS OF TUP TNITED STAT!, PA"SEP AT TiE SEC dollars and thirty six cents. rn the southern end of Great Cnmbar THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.

torynntwill inusart any business J. committed V- DULL. tn : t ; OXD SF.S110S. OF TiE TWESt-FJ.TI COSGIE" NEW JERSEY.For land island to tie said site on Ameli:. I A light housfc at tbe mouth of Little Calumet V
them. : ----- ----
.1 tfIK. erecting a small beacon light at South; island. river. ;
Tallahassee. July .1. 1633 .
..J PerLIc-X&. G 1. Am.'joy! and putting down the following Scr. 2. And be it further enacted That IN TH ESTATE OF MICHIGAN. "

Profes1o:1dI F. s. nE\siTin-es'J"J'IOFrEns to the citi-. 1li Q1J IizALTCTJOEER J m 4 c.r 1l AN ACT making appropriations for building buoys, to wit : One on the tail of the great 'the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he A beacon light on a point near the town of :

1':111:1 Ins 1ia-tt .nd theudji.ininucountry.Jis light lioiws, liglit-boats, Lc.iconliglits Ueds; one off IJillops Point shoal, south west hereby i is directed to cause: two seta of diop Mackinac. V J

oilif' !" on A'ams!
posit.- the rc'i icnrcf J. I\Vt-stco'.t, Jr. I'-q.: Commission 3Tc .' ( II a n I. one thousand eight hundred anJ thirty Ground, near prince's boy;'one on the Old first, ,t, if he deems it expedient, of the re Maskejjon, Lake Michigan. '

-'fallBluusco-- -. ,-Jlll-- -' Clh. I IK: b. _--4t<-tfIVotiro. QAa: :: 4 Wct1nc!dlYStll1rdaj's cigi ht.i Orchard shoal; one off the point of thereat flector apparatus all cf the most improved A light house nt the month of St. Marj'j

I JVoticr. le it cnactrd by the Senate and Ious of Kill shoals, one thousand and fifty dol! kinds to be impotted and to cause the said river on Lake Huron.

Co-partnership lirretoforc existing under TIt H pubsriilirr hii\ !iug- ( letters tif Ad [Representatives{ of tho United States imcr lars. several sets to be set up, and their merits, A light house at the mouth of Clinton river

ilny liissohcil!I.hen.lOlctlfSJr.i1M by mutual consent.MADDEN_ All thotie! is h this iv- i i d'-ccased. !!irition nil i-prn thin c-.t te of lIt 1Ir}' Howard ica in Cengress isscmblell, That the follow For the erection of a beacon light at the as compared with the apparatus in use to b. on Lake St. Clair.A .

ill; claims! :.;pii bt tin- *aid Jilin111" pros-cut the I willj, please! m.iKc, persons imme.liatipaynun indebted to' !ntd jmd r\n\thos\ \ ing appropriations bo, and] the same arc hereby Corner Slake so called, between Elizabeth: 'tested by full and satisfactory experiment", light house at Stony Point, on Lake '
f-r and all III"'!/ rUie the said firm town and Snorter's island also another and the of fifteen thousand dollars out
bainc payment having i-laiinx i wii! Pf' II tl.ein \\ah-n: I tl.e timepiovrilinl madr and (liretec to be paid out of any point ; sum Eric.

wll: settle authorized their ncrounti to, settle tho"ith)>aniu.1'.11. \\aim, who is !by 1i'\ A. ill .?LP.x: .\XDEIl.: money in the Treasury not olhenvisli appropriated
duly P.Il 1 S\\'AIJT, -St.""'ar"-! July 0, t i.-4''lf to enable the Secretary of the Treasury also for buoys &c. t-the following ;place-; appropriated for that purpose; and the Sec river, Lake Michigan

LiVI: A. VUHEN, :()'i'I'r. to cause to be erected nnd) established, .\ spar buoy at Bergen point; a par buoy at rctary of the Treasury i.s i also further authorized A light house at the mouth of South Black

The l.usinc wi'l Iicicafter: bo 'ontlIlC, t.I undei Al L persons etatof Danic-l the:lighthouses, beacon lights, buoys, and to the Mill Rocks, in Ncwaik: bay; a par buoy to ascertain, by suitable and proper river Lake Michigan. S SIN

the St;stylo 1tljiks.anil namr July J of, 138 I1 11, SWA/M & CO.483.ilXotiee. Gmtt t.llhe,I dsr.JII a-e- 'rCljliret. t""> nsakc immciliaicpayment make the surveys herein provided for, to wit: on the first o\etci bed or point of the bar be experiments, the merits of the apparatus THE TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN.

-------- P.. LO( rnr\'N: Executor. STATE: OF MAINE. t'.veen the Hacki-nKack and Passiac channels lately invented by Mr. E. Blunt, of New A light house at the mouth of Sank river .

July; Idt'.i 1( 1 :8- ,jo.tfCOPAUTMIISIIII For ihe erection of two buoys near the one and a half mile below the cros York; and if, in his jlld ement, it has merits in Lake Michigan. V

t.J.1'iii Iet n:' Hook III the 1 iiauJs Account of J.V.of the. Subscriber Clulds, at, tIll arc I I I entrance of Poulanr harbor, vix : one onTaylor's ng place; a sj'nr buoy nt the elbow! ; all which justify the adoption of it. he is hereby A light house at Southport. V On lake Mi

iucrllolel.. Ail pei-soiio nulcbioillitrntn, arc 1;:;'"'I: hI\1 Ilii, .ln)' rnifriniii! C',> parlnf>r
urtli ir.ieriMiits willloc'I L, f: with a Justice! of tlic J1n.J i.nnoll'IO\'I'i"II'I.I"11: :I J(.t.I.f1''J!. : ::. For re-building the light-houses: on AVood) the sum of one thousand dollars is hereby riveron lake Michigan.

1'eaee for collection.: UI'.OlUiH: : KlSJ/Ell. -XOHN'. --- inland five thousand dollars. V STATE OK DEL A""\Rf appropriated for the above pnrpo fs. And IN THE FLORIDA.

-Jute- 2J, 18.:.!J. ---_ SIX \H," Ls ;,fl r date we will present our :e- For placing monumentson Fort-point ledge For rebuilding a floating light on Five the secretary of the Treasury M hereby Two light houses TERRITORY on the or two Tortugas

Tor Sale. "'Ult...lul(10,1"11 1 I I be lion I t Judge! oltho Adam's 1 ledge, and) buck ledge, i in Penobscot Fathom Bank at the entrance of (the Dtla further authorized |lIra ascertain the merits of
>c Jeisey \Va;nn. hung otisi j rings County ( 111 >t 1I'j; 1 County, nil apply : I islands, as substitutes for present lighthouse
O\Et\\\IIOr I'IIC hoit-e Ji j-cy U'a :nns. t.i he dis-i.irjod.'Vom| 'm'liiini-Mauo.i on the es'- ; river, one thousand three hundred dol'ars' in ware Bay, the -uni of fifteen thousand dot the patent fog bell of Andrew Morse junior, on Bush key.

June !' H vi //. Fit.\XC1P.USKNCV tat' of.'anmi-I 11.1\\l".II".t addition to the former appropriation for thatpu'pose. I lars.STA'l'I and if he deems it expedient to establish one A light house at Cape St. Bias near the

RACIEL )EO\ U1)L.1.1inrx.: : OF MARYLAND on :the coast, the sum of twenty five hundred
: AT \\ .\-I1I\GTO CITYUJ IIi UilD.1ID .Jd'r. entrance to the St. Joseph bay.
; IL\\cl:5; A. I Dl)I C.\ E.N: >. ol t tic City of\VaMiMJ i! I For placing a monument on liuhvard] leg, For placing! four buoys at or near Pool'.i1lanti dollars is hemby appropriated for that purpose A light house on Egmont Key, Tampa

i' .i"ii t 1ia ing it-i-unc'lt'ii1!' : M1I.o1I j iiii-nt licit'! .JL'M. ---- --. !l-lm about seven miles east-southeast of Portland ehanm-l: the sum of one thousand two out of any money not. otherwise appropiiated. I

I" st'M'ral *. rs :n the fre-i-suiy and War nl.-\lU I three thousand dollars.! hundred dollars. bay.Sec.
liv !lnii: yi 1 i J'". printed 1 on I lijht-house, : [ I 5. And be ,further enacted, That :
I ep3rteIts) has uu't>rt, kii (lie Agency lit t Clatmlitori : :1:5 I For Drummer's STATE OF j VIRGINIA Sec. 3 And be it further enacted. That '
.1 : " all
iu where
uJ.erl.lI.lI1ct. 1 tr cases appropriations are
I C imress, an! :. s < tnMUuand u e jovernIIKC Ju"'lir i EX""Iio: : : HUnk! I D') "ds' I south of Mark Island, and one buoy on Mark For placing f-par-buoys in James river in order that Congre.-s may be furnished with. houses
:, 1 IIhl1I 1 :' fiimm -tu nci" nidi i in this act for the erecting of new f
ilio \'tinoupub'ic'! .0li; <'es. I lie I will i-tlund tall < 1"'J"I, J Hi-Is of .S'.iV, island ledge] fi\e hundred dollar-! between I):ay's point and Richmond city on more exact information in regard to lighthouses established
\ be at t
S'ib >' .?t y',< *: I or new light boats to placesnot
pI' '-etfl; CIa in..-tl.e procuring (>1.p..'- \ ; II'<, Ilfcon ur.,nce. Fcr erecting a liht hons-e on Bear island, stich legged! and shoalas may he selected, the light houses' system, the Presi before authorized by law, all such places l

iciits 1 fiir public I iii'ls-clainih! tor hor-es lost inthe .\ '. .\ '. .'C..t C. ; at the entrance .1ount Dtscrt harbor, three two thousand dollar*. dijnt is hereby authorized to diude the Lake examined and the
tel thc 1'iiiud Sta! f > > destroyrj i shall first be carefully ,
) r\ Ice '-J'rol1cry i j -------
S I thousand ilohla] For : boat to take place of and Atlantic into such districts h*
rs. building a light coasts! as ?
A ( IU). the
111 .t I'1, rC\"lluti"t\lr a..l II\ } |I)4.lIbltI1- S most suitable site selected; and persona
riiiiin-tfii:; ; J ic'Mi'utioiiaiy, I M i\iri I ", w ., t.i I' for to "- 1 Ih'r tlr! hto::1!:"$ i ,!:Irti'n 0 ti'noii''g, For erecting n monument on Hooker's ledge, the one in the narrow* of the Potomac, eight I rmy deem expedient, and he shall appoints! making the for proposed works in

mir I'j'in. Ii ilf pay, ( r bminty \. <* it* wi'll thd'C t'' tile fri n the
last section
,. -ai.t: t the ttati- .,1 Virjjnr.i II11 J Uni id .Suites; III.:1: !j pi or.ssii, witheiy hopt-of' suc-I: For placing one buoy at the southwest en- For placing three or more buoys, at tho I will allow of it, to survey and examine each preceding ,
ali cIaIl4l, pr \\nu 'ui "1 c-tiituttth' \Ill the ;or \- CL'NS coir: :nun ro < 1 (1 1 : diiLcuIlic.sitli I ; I Ii. report to the Secretary of the Treasury upon
.1IJ'il of said Mount! I Desert) harbor and ii| (Onancork creek, in the district with zeference to all the foresaid
entrance a
trance two o county object:
If ; it I
u-'ained t tt i
d I ill a of
111 i-i r.t. i'i'I tiling' t> c ui .njucncc prunniy : rcn why \nt 1"'JI.r"u lt which of said sites, iran}, the safety navigation -
\\f i I' t IMI III' c )nd-! it't ol tl.<' .'veruii.<'iit. And il"cl.1i :- '.., the c 1si.Irti.: : : ?. 11 Ci ti'Ti*"*- tinwcion.. Tli:tp.itr.otif. i buoys on the reef in the middle of Bass bar of Anai.cock creek, in the l-ounty of Acco- : and it shall he theIr further duty to and the public interests require the

,','-, iirh ra rC'J'lIrc the aidol'un II gtnt or at it i i-i the Iigt:: in Mhuh H I has IK IMI: viewed by I i \ ork proposed for it, and, also, a plan
< iy lit For I 1'antam beacons, &c. and to their ;
I.I placing a buoy on ledge, outside OK Nor.TM CAUOI.INV.For report upon pre of each
t"rno' tell oting -oil fe hit ff the nati! n, as work estimate in detail of the expense
I.y.! 'r; 's vi'.l: bo nnd.iate, dc,'ending np-.n itmienst- "'dlle: r,cisarily| | n nol| lta uly| :, ,nt] nilo.jjethcr of island, two hundred dollars. marking staking out, and placing cot condition! and usefulness; also! to requireand work so required; including the necessary

thi' ,i 'u,;u.t.H ticelii-nnii! : : J the extent of till NorMR I' \oly: pntronn 01( : great : .( mng- ..II For erecting a stone beacon and] a buoy buoys or outer such monuments as are most report whether the present public emergencies buildings to he connected therewith. Andit

\.iet'.. raiunu II :I lull. Wl.itucr IITJ-, lie its i"He.I Halftidc, in the county of Hancock, twelvehundred suitable, to designate the channels in Crow require: any, and if any, what, further
it:CK FoSS is k' :0 most of those '.\ho haw I hope my :f; lion citizens \\ill l.clieve mr, vIiin shall be the duty of said Secretary to com-
dollars. and outlets of additional works and of the
alan sound Pasquotank
lieen' is ( '.iurcss witli'n' lit List I few y.;ais, or who ''I v.iy, tli:it i> is thc hi>n.>r l'"s; '.ftny fellow at approvements municale the report thus made to Congress
I ave .i--Mijtic I ,iny puli'ir! '.t.UOIlJ.t.I; old"IOI.. I rrcatui-p. I am R"c'I r, ll. the adaneemen1of I! For placing a spar buoy on a ledge ill the Liltle and Perquimans, rivers, one thousand description, and of what kind, and, also, fur within the first week of the session thereof

Al! !letters inu"i "C pot [>nid. the best intl'ITsIS my country. I vicinity of Crab tree's point about: four miles dollars. lh''r to report whether their judgement, the in December next. And the of saidsurvc.s

Rilerciicjs.--G.n-. 1C.Call: Wm. P. Un. Your IV How Ci;i7.< n. I below Sullivan harbor, in said county one KOI the constructing ofa new light boat, publ.c interest requires any modification of expense be .
is nuthoiized to paid by
val, G 'I'.Jolm: P. Duval, JIaj. Jesse 11. Wnlis. J. A. L. NORMAL.July hereby
hundred dollars. in otf \Vade'spoint
and lieu of stationed the of and
fifty now system, erertiug, superintending', otherwise
9th 3. not
ApnltVH.;I ::38.Iy'r.LOOK ", 1. r.l-tf the Secretary of the Treasury
.\'riTiisu -- ------ --- For the erecting a monument or beacon thousand dollar managing the light houses. light boats, &c. ippropriated, the same having been first adjusted -

OST IIn ihe rnJluiilinKlV', 1'1
L A Plain Note of hand, L-SL Kdwin .SiL-vart.dci-, "nl, .'('COIl ni oroiherwiFf bor. ten thousand eoll lrs. dy's island as the Secretary of Ihe$ Treasury shall! report separately on &11 these matters ; Treasury.

civi-n byJim C. Kirkl nd, to I ih' subs ribi-r orhfdici. nre 1''IC<( I.n call and iliseharge) the same; For erecting a light house and seawall at shall deem to be most for the public interest which reports shall be laid before Congress.Sec. Sec. fi. And be it further enacted, That
1 :". fit lilty d.htar4 djicJ( about the 2'hli! o ind all tlui.e having drirands will! them Saddleback in Penobscot
j jircscnt ledge, bay ten thou five thousand dollars. 4. And be further. enacted, That
M I lf'l-aiii| ii.adc payaMe! lie frt ol J.uiu he of the be and hereby
iry fi
ty the Mil iber.JOsr.P .
r to
sand dollars in addition) to the, former For three such marls, designs the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he
:\ x'. All pnis 10" ar' 1 cicby; anud I Tr MII tradingI'.r : !I III CiL1 .;DSON. Jr.Adm'r. appro buoys it, authorized to discontinue at this discre
said .Yjte, and J. C. Kirkland from p'lyin l.o July J Irh. IMS .19-tf priations. ting Chickama comico channel in Hide hereby is, dirrected to instruct such officersto ion, the old light houses at Oswego, Dunkirk
P. MUllFHLv': STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. county as shall be found most suitable for instruct such officers to examine and de
the sites belonging
and Cleveland! and cause S
JI\I" 15, 1.iB.: _:;)_ OTI'U.r For the erection of the east side that bundled and dollar termino whether it be to
a pier on purpose, one fifty expedient construct
.Notice.lJTlIr. TE ] : | | heletul I. Cu-:1rtnl'I..111
::'rilt". hl\'I"gerc"cd: a STT.AMMn. JL : 'orTEW.\lT( $ BAnAIU', IKJ.--: of AVhalebackli-hf house, M protect the same, *. light houses, or beacon lights, and other at Cleveland, on Lake Eire, and at

iL at! liisplac"*. tw i and a half miles East ol dissolved ti. I sen Mrari| cr, all seventeen thousand dollars, in addition to the For placing buoys at Shalloltc river five works hereinafter described, at the following Buffalo, in the State of New York, to be sold
'fclll.tll\"II'I"| will be ready nt nil tim.s s in fcupply p'f ir:ons imk'btf to the fum an: I ..c.ttj.111 e appropriation; already made for that t httf pose.STATE hundred dollars. placc3. ViZINTIIE: he shall
immediate Mttleni'-iit: and all for such prices respectively, as
..lllo.1eal ill wno fnxor bun
wtti. Luin cr :e may OF MASSACHUSETTS.For ) .
w.'h .lir.uu.n. JOHN G. UAMULK.Nc pleas'present III"|, snnr.K. STATE OF orno. STATE OF MAINE. : deem Ihe same and be worth and the proceeds -

a.,.aiv.athla' June 2:, 18 5M. 40-if, i:. n.\ I NAItI)3Jr Surviving Partner. the erection of two small beaconlinhls The securing or robrilding on a better A light house on the Western point so of such sales to be paid into the Trea
*II 1 1thi. I IS18.: 40-tf on the north side of Nantuckett island in addition .
-"hl.1. ( \ L-all-jd the of York harbor.A
'\'.\ f. -- ----- ,- stale, the light hous'i on Turtle island, at the at entrance snry. .5'
\ nl .\{ U. HOV u s an appicniiee to tl.bli .. Xoiicc, to former appropriation for that pur entrance Sandusky bay three thousand light house at Heron's neck on Green's Sec. 't. And be it further enacted, That
J. tnnking liisnifs AiplytiFRCOElllUK, wVi UHI\G the absinccoithe' subscriber a portionol posr, two thousand 01 e hundred dollars. island in the town of Vinalhaven. r
o dollars, in addition to the sum heretofore the sum of two thousand dollars be, and
FILER. : iieitiiit- (it.the late fi rin For completing the light house on Mayo
Tn'l:l iliass., .rJnnc 1C. IdSri-tf 45 of 1CEK11:! & tll'ule"ild": n.. I I. It ------- Mr.J.\\1/S h IlflY. Al! persons indebted For the construction ofa !light' hou I.onht; lo'jail 1 :.'.::1.1."..fltlfl. ..nnimfiif., ... in... : lars. -4 : I I leiinr.. ir.. IVnninf..!! liar. .nnri... tho nvunilianmrof I . ., Y..L. .Jo_ =
.5 A 'V ''v '-' otnciSec -.
0Iltllt':11111: >Juif' T ;l. rk Mulnttoc1OY I liim.T11ICK Inc nortnwpst end 01 IutS i-innu commonlycall .J. .I'V"'J tonal clerKs in i tie r Aumtnrs
: 1 about! 15 (,r Ifi( y art .f "?a, who 1'.tl'ahi 4.h I KlMJR.l-3-.v!) For a monument, in the place of one car Put in-bay, in Like Erie instead of erecting said light house provided such 8. And be it further enacted That
'""s July ricd Bowdilch's the liar
on ledge
,r v\ and ih. t he way in wall be to its
san; hii runis : -- one on Cunningham's island, three thousand necessary security. the sum fifteen hundred dollars be and is V
Ja-nc Lew TJ! nlias>t:1TLcon'r.lfl'aH' OtiCC.: bor of Salem, five t thousand dolla r".
t'ein! ;; i 10 '" js new dollar A light house on the island at the entranceof enable the Secretaryof
.\ l boy i< re jne-tf:,l t. I tU'UE.mbsrriber; will continue regulaily to run For a mo'numcnt on Kouhill ledge, in the harbor in hereby appropriated to .
Little river the town of Cut
eomo forward, prove jiroj'Otty, and tak I o two hoi-e S.ii; efii'mU f , him a way. I wl ii li w jll: ;ilwa) kuiimin ',!i.ittly :i1t._r ; i island neal the western Sister island, and I lor. of the coast between the mouths of thr
JAMES A. NHW.AUN, JaiW.iyii'T..tThonns'o tilP .-'rr'111'II! i Ii. m Iii l fr I"i.i Tall.ibas-cc. le\1 same at the discretion of the Secretary of the to the southward thereof, in Like Eric five A light house on "Sail rock" oT( WestQuoddy Mississippi and Sabine rivers :1ntllhp. inter --

( '. July 4 18 K_.19JVotico. __ I 11.r pr .; l Iln.1 f"'ir liure''*!.ich, v 1i tiever Treasury, five thousand dollars. hundred and fifty dollars. heath and) th,, head to said site of mediate harbors, bass and h.iyous as mtv '
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I the in i m h. I..1) |,a-s< nj< .are s-uch :>sil.t-twu i t hur.sxttHgo For rebuilding the two light houses on the fog bell now located on West Quadbjtiead. be fix suitable locations

THING! !"} s,b"eiice trim ihe Tenilory, t cannot <'\rnii-iilSy! cany i lie will tils.i cOii- Plump i island, near Newburyport, four thousand STATF. OF GEORGIA necessary to 1
B J".iii: Ivac''lc-r: i.- my .Il1ll"7..III/lI.1 i hi'.f in inn ; f/\1 hor e roai|1 fri in Cluir.'y to dollars. For con.sfiucting a floating light! to "icstationed for light houses and other impiovementsj
im\iN. Ifl'EV.) I Pai.'liriii' ', at ,l.i.-li\' jilnre it will ITII e. ibe Inif olMi 8'1'T1OF RHODE ISLAND. in T) bee rhnntiol, ten thousand A monument on Fiddler's ledge near the which may give a more sale and ready access

Rt \ llk". Jn 'o J7'1. 1 Ih: :fl.f ..1.lfO'l'IC : :csfrii-ii Mi bilcto: AIu: t ta. Pac" n nrs tnk1 dollars, in lieu of an appropriation of that I mouth of Pen hscol bay.A to 'the said harbors, bay, and bayous, and
-- u lla-ir teats ai Tall: thiiisi: e will I I hiiVt- I ihe I'l fer. For buoys or dolphins in Providence river, the southern inland at the
5S ;. Ii light on
ail: o'liiT'. ihn ihe sum heretofore made for a similar light onMartin's rivers
ni-c( OM r .xrcpt ?i coming on in six hundred! dollars.
(X MnntSs a't t the% Ute berro', WCMJ I sipIv: ill 'In ljn> timu M Iu:> to .'/iii sta.Tiustaz Industry.hoal. mouth of Tennanl'iI harbor at Sr. George. July 7th, 1838.
I the ..( tiniJ<-uny C' url ,wi'Mca\rTnr.ilir l ; <*ee every other dayat For placing two spindles at the mouth of For three the of I Buoys at Ihe following places to wit: On M tyProvt'd. m fiiKtH nmA ,
I Li"m C fir'' ,lil'm' < n the 1 E-: Paucatuck river, the sum of four hundreddolllars. placing buoys at entrance -
uinty tll!" ,<'KKU I A. M. nnll.ln\l ; ; nt nJinl'rl' 'v "tlinYiork .Jackknife ledge; on White's ledgolT Lee'sisland
tateof1 1-yp'Chaiiflln-. Prndl-'ou, :i I'l Ail Htiirinnwill havcliainI'udu SI.ndrew's Inlet, five hundred nnd forty SINGULAR LOVE AFFAIR.
1; all the inouih of Kentiebeck ri- -
r.KKRU.R I the next '' II'I ;' at -1. o'c'i cl(. STATE OF CONNECTICUT dola! rs. ; near The Delaware Gazette telL a good story -
Y. \\vr.LLroiii: VAR.V, .4.M-n For placing beacons or buoys at the en ver. saved from the wreck of
( uf
L1 For
six in the nnd] two
placing buoys western persons
___J'I_ '.1r.;;, 1S13 -ir>-eT8. ,1dini"i-.tritor| -.- IN TIlE STATE OF MASSACHU .,
'utt.t'. six in the eastern entrance of Mystic river. trance of Brunswick harbor the sum of ono SETTS.A the Pulaski, which we will endeavor to :

!'O 1.'I'nS. I IX Weeks fp.m the dale hereof, I shall | i) i from Fisher's island sound in the, State of thousand dollars. in few words
'lliRl I'.ESIK (;.%'' I JIOU :ttYfl1fflt ItitnL1t'I I t 1 the lion. tbJud'jc tle: all bridge to connect Plum island with the repeat a :
lor n pir.Hinvi; d lioiiiiho lahini' f.1 uu- \ COUl'\Cljr 1.1 Connecticut, according to the survey and cs STATE OF AI.4IMMA Among the was Mr. Ridge,
for 1 leave
\ II passengers
to estate
: nan.latid Newbtiryporf.
1\III.II'r! i .I' Her rUI\\ K1MIER.MIN I Ion County) f1 rel For the ruction of lighthouse near '
Jiii. : Ly Ja'IHt IJryai 1 itt: oia ii' (llntdec'nHt.JLIZ ,timate of F. II. Gregory, reported to the eon i a on A light house or beacon on or near a a young man wealth and standing, Irom
ivAN .Idm'rx. Board of Commissioners the Dauphin island riirlit thousand dollars.STITK .
--- ----'oHc------- Navy on seventh point called the Point of Hooks, at the mouth New Orleans, who being a stranger to all '
V.\u: tis-, 11,1 -33.: I t-li\; day of August last four hundred and OF OUI-UANA.
\ : ; J. r.lllGK; Irts accuu'utb in I harbor. and mucb.interest
--- of board as -
J : ---- -- -- We.-tpoit on feeling quite t
tt.irtfin dollars and for the rock For making the entrance! and the cnn
JIir.Til buoys on
'it'itK? : cull \\iih Line, and ;
in. : (
: : n pe rCIn. II) ori 1.'alll A light boat between Succongssett point in his as in that of
41 r t.' pr> ff<''J f..rth" illi (10 'llo! iln'tri. I'ci x.!' I lh"rjbcn have (rniistanily on hand I in the channel east of Ham{ Island, and upon ncl of Atcbafalaya hay, one thousand five own safety any .
and shoal called the Horseshoe in the
i'id.' liciuilt:i '.|"nsrc.i'laml: mJ lf immediate p.iy- '''tnp'ctc ass''.rtmiii ofLEATI: 1 j JlR.uii.ihcfot 7'urner's ieer, according to said survey and) hundred dollar8. other person, was in the midst of the con- '

u.tL.t.c. t.. hiric I ; S. Sjb'iy 5 IqVl.'tl.IIAN: , \ !J .LPII. SIint'; Kc. Also I roii.lnnt upji'j- ot LIMI":, and IN THE S FATE OF CONNEC TICUT.Kor himself
For the ofa house t of the river about helping a placein
jli! ::'1\ JnnnCOi'i -10 "Jm ./ olFcrlov erection light on Lynde pass Mississippi twenty ,
__!; : : : 1 18 'i3. ,_ HAIR, for P'.aMTnsr: : \\ of w-lurh they of increased MZC
/ the boat on
--- -- H at the mouth of the Connecticut ri\er. thousand (lollar light of the boats when a lady V
IVolfro.AMI. f'1(3si II'1, 111"do"in: fur hide!, at their Tan I !point one young
'I ." \V. CALLAXVJV, i ii 'my a-nit t.r. -) Yard. ISRiiWN' &GALI5RAITU.Tallihvep in addition to the sum of five thousand dollars For completing a light house et the south Barthti! reef: und a light in lieu of the one who had frequently elicited his admiration

: .>u.a->i .til;i my bu.ines in ; PUT d.i. -- V- ,-Am- -- llih-I-- -I l-a-->. I ltfJVotlro. already appropriated, two thousand five bun I wet pass on the Vermilion bay, eight thousand station-'d at said island during the voyage, but with whom he was .1

A. McNr.ILL. tired dollars. dollars, in addition to the sum hereto IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK.A his j
-Jiiii7thi., t 3M. 40; tfI'fW I jr.S-r.: S. i is- my fore house' on Teller's: in the totally unacquainted, attracted attention -
-- nUI1rZl't To complete a sea wall, 'lo the appropriated. light point
oods. I 1ffr. ont while I am ahsriufrnin t""! and immediately stepped forwardto .i1
Hudson liver.A .
;'-. -THESubs i ijber;ins: just jcceiveilp' r Sdl on. I JAS.T. L1P&CUMII. light house and othei buildings on Fair weather STATE OF MICHIGAN. offer his Services, and tu assist her onboard I
I ; 1" J'llJ'oiicc. island. IMackrock harboi For house BosBl.viro light house on the pier at the mouth of .J
near I
ffTnsr.iujj' ilj-c-t from :Cw11I1, an n'sirttnfnt.fSpfinynndR'imerGOODS.nlvi I .hg-t ; ) pursuant ri'iuid'ing n light on but in this generous attempt he not ,;
---.-- -- --- Goneet-c river.A ;
a few .. to the repoit ()Captain Gregory, one thousand islnnrj, if a uitable cite for the same; ,
r''ic.' ,' GHOGlIUIS.-Ix'Cl'd: diily l a further 4 IX I ,, apply in 'hI'! lion.I five hundred dollars.For cnn be found on said island, five thousand light house on Bartletts point, at the only lost sight of the young lady but also

fU'I'r p-.I' Sch.w.nii Uun.crbil.! Putdjastri I ItrqI..te.l hI"\rlIaf'fal.igt, ,(n'vColr hh.ll' ol'ji flern.. for. the erection of buoys on such ol the dollars. mouth of the bay formed by the entrance lost his place in the boat.. Afterwards J
L'* fo.' cash I to mil or: approval nii'l exmn:! rre; .litALEXFOU.MYDUV.7L.fir. tlicnuclvci. I.|ftt"-ri is1 f.aura, jnistrati''n oi ilp I.' CSII'I of i'.it qithiar rocks in the harbor of Ulillford as may be Ff erecting! a light house at New BofTilo) of French Creek into tho river St. LawI when he discovered that the part of the ,I
late uisaii! trree.l.!
Macrae i
I county : n. VAS designated by the Superintcndant of Light on liSke,I Mirhi; ;nri, five.thousand dullar I encc, wreck on which he floated would 'soon go

T dlt.hlll's'f' June I5lh, 1 13r. I July2Slil8.: :: JJlIU r1w1otiCe. ; houses for that district, three hundred dollars For erecting a light house. on south Man- light house on the west end of Fisher's down, he cast his eyes about for the means 4 I

-- A ('AKI. I. -- -- ; for one buoy on a ledge caJlC'd thc Shoal iton island, Lake Michigan, five thousand island, at the place called Race point. of preservation, and lashing together a .1

TJN'FOUNDI'.D: -oriblur4n-| -_' thr 1r.u'l'flfary llll Co-pnrlm nlnp hen.loforn existing; under \testuf Black point, and one buoy on Pond dollnrs. A iight house on the Hudson river, on a couple of settees and an empty cask he V
It'S.. n-eol t'n- Mi'iFi'ij'icr at St. J"'!PII| f.,r a T about mile south of tho village 01! 11
fr.w1"< ks that lie \\-as improp.-rly$ dmtovii.g the fninolLIIDWrillivTILLLNtJllASTwi reef, in bay of NSantick, one hundred and For erecting a lishl house on the ledge or point; a sprang on it and launched himself upon

10'f tlic piupeilym paM. his pO' imi, with nn i fltCi'3(111 d I by'HI idiiscnt (In the 15th olJi'nelast. sixty dollars ; for buoys on Oyster Pond point reef near 'Yn lJshanc(, in the Sttaita of Athens.A the wide ocean. f'i

?oin? to I.anroraiio., .l tin ntlrt'-lmtit to 1 bewi'il All'f' ,r om who) have claims nniJ:l( rock near Pll/lIIlslallll, in Long island sound Michilimarkinac: twenty five thousand do! light house on the northwest point ofGardiner' His vessel better than he
tl'ffirmM ill|| m iriii!, in Mr. Ledwith set- proved expect.
out nva 1it him and th" fltOIC anti cH'-etn (01( ( (11 two hundred and fort}' (Iollars.STAT1. I lar island, Suftold country.A .
ti<:late Isidore Gcrard.n '!creasi-d (I( \\ horn he i-i tlt'ln; and ni thoi-eimMiU'i. will make l'oYao lt l .: OF NEW YORK. light-house or light-boat ou Execution ted, and amidst the shrieks, groans, and a
him In.vfttle house nt
I a'.o'ic: 1eme d!nly authfri/n lt' For erecting n light Presque .
num.nistralor; On to! bo le\'icc1IJIun. and closed by legal ame MICHAEL I LI'.DWITII.FrrFMR.LnnWITIIeontinues : For completing a beacon on Homers i isle Lake Huron, five thousand dollars. rock, Long island sound. death struggles which were every ,where. ;:
ftUlIrty. Jeing infomu of the occurr nee, .
S ''efurt'iwith' returned to TallalMMcr, untisfipd the : business at the shoals, in addition! to the appropriation' heretofore For erecting a light house on Point am V IN THE STATE OF 01110. uttered around him, he began to feel that .. 1

;.i rlaim andjirocurcd a dismi-ml of the pI"CCSN.I old' Stand, and daily expects a I'nl assortment made, ten thousand dollars; to'bccxpen Borgucs, Snganaw bay, Lake Huron five A beacon light or a point near Delaware his lot was fortunate, & was consoling himself ,J
The which he will be able ( customer on
? .(ere is re.opened, and will continue open as'icretofure to urJidlli. dcd under the direction ofa Maumee his such it was when
,; nnd tlm the best lerra M. L. competent engi thousand dollars. floats, so called, in the bay. upon escape, as ,
will for
h 't1' undesigned be grateful 4 neer to be selected by the Secretary of the A beacon the lower end of Big in the ,
:\ a renewal the favor* of his customer Tthl.hacsee. Aug. lS4. TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN. light on : a person struggling waves very

&I F.CLKARDIN, Treasury. For the construction of a light-house on I island, poar the foot of the rapids of the Mau near bird caught his eyes:, It was a wo- V

iJ2&1' ficr.rJin, dcca.d. To complete a light house on Esopus meadows mee river. man-and without taking the second
; Jnne' 21, 4G Grassy island, at the head of Green bay,
N.! D<-AI1 perenn htvinj claims against tbo on the western shore of the Hudson ri near the mouth of Fox river, four thousand t IN THE STATE OF NORTH C4RO-. thought he plunged into the water and:
three thousand dollars in addition the
. litale are rquered to present the for cttle- ver, to dollars. LINA.A brought her safely to his little raft which

ment,and al'o those having' !claims! ngainit,the aabhrrjberindividualYJ sum heretofore appropriated. TERRITORY OF FLORIDA.For light boat. with one or more lights, on: was barely sufficient to keep Their i ,heads \< interested in To complete a light house on Cedar island the shoals below in the of Tar
laid trtl\te arc 1 notied4bat;: .t U,, ,Spring Term, Sag Harbor, two thousand five hundred dollars placing buoys'at the mouth of the St.John's .. or vicinity and shoulders above water. 'She was tlsameyoungladyfor

< l839, lJr (i'i' County Cort, .the Adminutraior, in addition to tho appropriatinn heretofore river. whom be had I lost his
S will file his final icwnint and make hiti ettcmentVi in addition to the sum heretofore appro i A light boat ofincreated size at Brant island,
: a pray dittturgo at administrator ncoWdinif to, -. -.. .' ranking.tOTnE printed. made for the purpose eight hundred and lieu of the .one now stationed at said i chance in the boat, and for a while l .he felt -tpleased
k Harness
'11-11'. "- t..w__-.. F, O.. Carriage' the serviofa Far the erection of a light house on the and fifty dollars. island. at having effected ber rescue; hut
,ubsc'ribcT having engaged ,
>' COJ.UOl1lWD cn t kkUlfiit Carriage and Harness M kerrom, I northern inlet in Fisher's sound near the For erecting n light-house on CarrY'1Fort I A light boat to be stationed) off' Bluff point,p a moment's reflecUoz>'convinced hhn.thather

1XS.v4c1,; \toP. N BJl.C.'EJ .Ihe North'ags lea'e tl Inform his friends and the I. nothwcst end of Fisher Island, three thou reef, forty thousand dollars in additiorto I in Albermarle sound. rescue was no rescue ' tarfesyhe V.
public that all for repairs &f, phahibe!! punc sand dollars. the appropriation already made for thai L '
Dc i, ".* ( ortr V IN 'THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI,. could! find wmeraoreisflbstantfal(vessel.
1r: and ,
J J tally neatly uccnle '
SALE 6* For the payment cf the balance remainingdue purpote. both- *" t
NA. mast perish,
Work Done. much heretofon,
S .ADnEL; RAND9LP1J, & LEfrfS 'I 4 Sadlcr CLARK.TllabM for tho expenses of procuring and locating '. And so appropriation A boat Pert Hoval I Under these circumstances '!'be'
J. p. bar two b.u0jn
Tt1heiee, June p. May. 1838, : 9tr buoys in the new channel in the port -pi t made and unexpended for a light-house or I light oq *propoa-'.-th \' '-


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eJ making au effort to get bis companion; *5. .. ,. -. b long list of tute-t arrayed n aiiul mil! by thi I thai mailer : and I shall only notice the. one tem of pledges of stock and i of property Baoka a I nav0 not ; nor will i ungrate to utf:

in one of the boats which was still hover1tfl I'' COMMUNICATIONS.Felloto anonymous: writer, they arc in every single or two assertions made by Jasticw in relation guaranteed for she obligation are can, with b commanded v a
and New York
n :1rthe wreck, but the proposition of- instance cave those alreadv, above considered to the appointment of Gen. Du Vat. beginning to attract here-" ;&mnte of lan. through uutitotioZ
, : fi red so little change of success that she Citizens of the County of Leon. unimportant amendments to charier*l It may be true that he received his commission has act ao example North other, wbicb Slates may in ihe. similar to that nit 0 Uni Bank.
the banks
I ask attention the which had the Secretary i-i Kentucky ; but if so, after be followed by a may b in the etw
declined.1 expressing her !! your to following re- been previously created (by as
willingness ;i' forwarded from the office here.- organization of a new Bonking ayitem. I.. many, the curse is trifling compared "to o!
the same lime take her chance ml: rkse They have! been rendered necesI I law of the land. For example, the amend It wns post
to with him i to dilate on this subject ; connecting them with t
either |{i sary by nn anonymous attack upon me in the mf nt to the charter of the Bank of Florida, Mr. Walker, the former incumbent had I e- i il not necessary politi. and part*
for life
: or death. Fortunately I II tell that the Bank We have bad .
they This must uu,
; take effect the I5ih of common *ense enough of war&iw
I to
I I last Floridian. have already in" public was only reducing number of Director!! 10)
drifted upon a part of the wreck which 'I addres replied verbally lo the charges made who should form a Board and wns as much sined.< Du Val knew,-and &e further which possesses the pledge of real and per- i in Ihe country ; the people are getting li ,

Burnished them with materials for strengths I ) that he had applied for placE-that socal estate to redeem it obligations must ort ; and Ibe very parly who originated
; against; me, but a* the printed missile will I for the convenience of the commanily., aj: for : ;ii
l' oning their vessel), and which were turned reach beyond thn limiH of my county' I of1 1 ihil of the Bank. interest: would be. and teas made, for his success -. necessarily be sounder than those which struggling to terminate it. The south

. to such good account that they soon sat ,: frr lo the public the following vindication I_ The facts in relation to the Magnolia ,-and had received assurances of being: professing to be based on the metal are have other, an deeper absorbing subjects

upon a float sufficiently to keep them ac\'ery material part being corroborated by I Bank, are garbled by this writer and his argunient appoinled, as soon as by the terms of Mr. very often operating without a dollar in their I I- political nature to eo 0

I bovcthe water, and when the morning I 'the testimony of the most respectable cili- I i is that b< cau-c I permitted! anotherperson i| W alker's resignation, it could take efleci.e .- vaulls. Gofd and silver arc commodities attention. There never was a Tint rll

i dawned they found themselves the zens of the county. to move for ihe invesligntion of the i T ordinary time occupied in the iransrois \hich circulate with ins commercial demand which called for so imperiously and impre

broad surface of the "vasty deep"upon without I am charged with having on two occasions k- failure of that ban'1' was opposed lo thai l :jsion of a letter from Washington City to Tallahassee !. for them; and whatever amount of deposiles sively harmonyand union at home thin tpresent.
i is ten tioehe and Gen. Dual of ihem be in the vaulls of a Bank today this union and
| or
Cenlreville and Tallahassee The l facts nrc directly other M may harmony
land sail human in ; al proceeding. day
or or being with-
sight; until suffi- that it will be there a of action, we cannot
held\ language which I H contradicted by the wise. That bank was chattered before 1 I[ I Hpie ought to have it is no evidence repel successfully inter
out a morsel to eat or drink, almost without I Journal of the Legislative Council. The; ever served in the Legislature. It Iailc I. ', cAn ent time had elapsed to have allowed a no month hence. I il ihis: fact which rreateu ferenctf in our domes'ic concerns ; or work

: clothes, and exposed to the burning I writer uses these word-: -'In the public discussion : investigation was necessary.. Some of( ti lication of his appointment lo have reached I distrust, and very properly in Bnnk, he out (be problem of our commercial independ!

{ ( heat of a tropical sun. at Centreville on ihe 18th ull. OM-O. t the individuals, most inten'slcd-in the invesligition him,-bul, seeming to fear that he might receive property of which i is:concealed ; and which cnre. The Augusta Convention, in id t9

In the conrse of next day they came in I T. Ward a Candidate for the Constiiutional l were: my' immediate cons ituenls. i before he could gel off; he hurried I may be removed without the knowledge comolendaliCn*, particularly) called upon

1. sight of land and for a time had strong Convention, ilechred: that he had always I It was necessary thai ihe investigation should his departure, and left the Territory a day or! unti too late, of those balding its notes. Il South to cherish their own Banking

hopes reaching it, but during the succeeding I' been opposed in principle to banks: although I not only be impartial, but that it should ie so before his commission could have rEached I i widely different with a bank guairan- lions as one of the *urt s Ala of

night the wind drove them back I 1 not as another candidate! had: declared him freo from any possible imputation of partaliry. I him here ; and il had to follow him to his re teed by the pledges of the properly./>f the ; our lost direct trade. South recna

o upon the ocean. On the third day a sail I I e If a whole hog; anti-bmk man." I is well known that it is a rule i inleyisl.iive t treal in Kentucky. country. The land is always present and I' n leading state on the subject of ihe divorce)

I was seen in the distance, hut they had no I I This whole statempr.l which i is nnde: Ihe"round l bodies to appoint the member I 11 is, I believe, true that he has not I Ipft : visiblE together with the individual who ha: never considered the question of State

means of themselves discovered. work of the charge, i utterly untrue, Aho mo\es fora committee, the chairman 0 f the Territory since ; that out of 15 months hi? added hispersonalbond with the mart Banks involved in it. On. the conlrirr,
however i I and here is direct evidence to the contrary : t thai committee. It was at my instance thaiMr. since his appointment, he has spent the last 8; gage \fhis property for the redemplion ofIhe while she resists tbe resurrection of a

t They were, at a length picked niounl moved for a committee of invuMigalion within it ; iho', not all of that at his post.- paper of the Bank. The paper of sucha Stales Bank, she is increasing Unite

i up by a vessel after several days of intense! "We were prcsenl at the Centreville dinner I. and it.was deemed proper for But what ;ii the reason he i is not absent. Viz: bank must always be sound ; though there Banking capital to meet the growing wants.

suffering, starved and exhausted, but still on the ISt'i tilt. The question pro.ft.n-. t the reasons I have; piven, that the membersfrom : Early last spring, he received an intimalionfroiii may not be a silver dollar tilts vaults to redeem of a returning trade, and is bout rearing

in possession of all their faculties which it L I ded to the Candidates "are you in fax'or"r ", this county should; not be upon it. The t the State Department at Washington, it on immediate demand. In ordinary at home, a Slate mammoth if I mal use up

seems had been employed to some purpose I I : a connexion between Hank and Snte.= law l. which was passed! thercafl.", aflbrdi'dthe that suck a course would not be pumited'- casc, because it is the interest t of time bank,' the expression, to cope with, on her own
\\Ir. Ward ucd ihis in his I
their and ; litigiiijre: : speech I On receiving this intimation, applied to the bank for the or soil the mammoths of other
during solitary dangerousvoyage. : t only' hope ol i the redemption of the bill: wi provide redemption Slates of
o.r that ion. I rIOt in fivor of o
occn am
f : anysjich 1. The available assels of the bank: were (beyond Mr. Forsyih, Secretary of Stale, for permis its I: paper gold and silver; but should a the United Slates, should one be again es
connection would moni -d insiitution
t, We have heard of love in a as give a : the roach of thc legislature; lo have sum to absent himself superintend the printing I commercial crisis like ihe one which has I tablished. True to State Rights and State
cottage- cnntroul in ihe affairs of the Gov-
!1= l of Dicest of the Laws of the the Tcrri .,
annulled chartei would i passed substract the Gold and silver from prosperity warms into existence
?r ; love in the deep green woods-na, evenof I ernmeni, I tliir.k wll of well conducted i instantly : not I by I the her
of Florida
which he had
have redeemed of the tory ; a duty con the to meet pressing commercial demands State inlilutior8-she
onv; dollar as country encourage coofj
love the wild unfurrowed money
: on prairie; but L State Hanks! and shall be in favor of a sound traded
thc interested lh ha'c' had to perform as an individual before' abroad still there will be no just dence in their career, as the
partifs would n surest mean of
love upon a plank in the midst of old I i iI ii : inducement bank. Il I appointment. i was replied, of for the of advancing the and the
no ( t keep the was( cause ftppiehension security prosperity commerce
ocean with a dozen frightful deaths in:I !-I atP. He perh'ip; *, al from bank constituted Why then abouM
therefore ht-IJ out ol as an inducement in paper eminaling a as' country. we select
tiew is still uncom'JOn. whole ho.r Bank man.JAMES :
Andet ;
under the
more be direction of the
A. HKUTHKLOT said act; alI! if within 9o days, they would printed Department the Bank of Louisiana, the Citizens Bank of r : the present period to war against our institu
it would seem that love thus born upon: t lake up the cir'ula1i/1 and relieve the peo Washington, and proof-sheets fur the same Slate, and the Union Bank of Flo5lridaare. (ions, and thai in particular which identifiedwith !

the bosom of the deep-cradled by the. KENNETH L. A. THOMPSON ISKMBRY., i who held them, they might llit-n resumeoperations. li lcd him by Jai for his con eclions This I! The property pledged i is always the planting interests guaranteed

ocean wave-and refined under the fierce ; 1S3S.: Read ihu act and judge 111 was declined by l r. Secretary : jind why 1 ;i! good for ihe paper issued ; aid the public; the property of the counlr A diffeientpo b
September 12.
beams of an almost vertical su i-is, after y nhrsrlvez-,?. because the D'gcst itas not then, and is not I\ confidence should nol be diminished in it, !icy would seem to guide us. in our onward

all, the very thing. There is about it the It will be also recollected thitso far Hornhaving The vote in rclati.J tl) the Central BacSlaLlilling / rrady fur the press. WP have the state by a temporary suspension of specie payment march; to prosperity, and an
: :: sad; that I had always been in prin- from Mr. Duval, for the proof of this ; incretSofp
lotion become
true spice of romance-the doubts, the a Brancu at Appalachicola, involves made necessary:! by a sudden now so
hopes, the difficulties--a\e and the deathstoo : principle opposed lo Hank", I spoke in the no principle \tliatr\ei. Every one assertion. In his defence he says he has convulsion in the money market, {: ofTojr Territorial dependence. If abuses sl.
st-oncst terms of of _. been engaged this summer at St. in I
disapprobation the
Joseph It
: who knows the bis knowIhat which, commercial nation shall '.xiSt and defects let
to say nothing of the sighs aud tears. history country, as 1 we e\er are apparent us leave
course pursued bv lh* laic adirini.fration; :; the performance of this work ; and, although
Mr. therefore be the Stflcst aicuinent I'.cr made againstthe ; t be periodically exposed. Political empiric? IIt i them to the proper tribunals to correct, and
Ridge, must acknowl aiiit the Hank of the United h he would have made this I'
ag ; States: I Uiiiled, States Bank, was lade by Mr. I i fl appear as one l I, may speculate as they please on bul jects ol whete i can alone! be done advisedly and
edged as the most romantic of )lovers, for 'refer, without hating consulted the I : : of the ditties t IJ1FLS office, yet I think that l Jefferson then of Stale. Ncverllieless and Where he
I Secretary currency exchange, ihey do riot prudently. ( thing to be amended
i4; thereupon the"deep deep sea" hcbreath'd I :Mr. Trottie, Dr. Tndewell! Dr. Bradford; I one of your corre>p(.ndenl., .I'hilo Enquirrr !
the Bank was incorporated. Mr.Jefferson understand, and which hate, and which con .wil be surely afil-cted, and where the realor
1 his precocious passion, mingled his sighs I and :\lr. Win. Thompson. lias not only cxplaine.r ihis but
afterwards President of mater
became ihu linue to confound the ablest hcadw. If we immagin abuses, cannot become the
with the breath of old ocean, ind vowed I The rvp\t chare is that "at the CourtHouse nailed it to tlc counter. Does not everyone '
States and i bill dream
sigi.iI would for
a (establishing : be intruded on this subjerl, we must: political agitation lo beat We
eternal affection. Woman the best in Tullahassu:; on the 2Sth ult., ho : :: ihen perceive: al a single glance, that his : or
arc I branch New And do
II a at ans. yet no om: not deppiie thc lessons experience ; or of repeat, nol permit our political to be l>Ien>
I creatures in the world, and it is not to be stated that he hid not, while in the Council I, h has ever imputed: to Mr. Jefferson an alandonmrnt cle..i.1 to l leave the Territory on this groundwas those, who, operating with money, understand tied with our private : Do not
: voted for bank charter but the Union I a mere on which to make visit at.1rs
t' expected that Miss Onslow (such was thelady's any of his principles pretence a all! its attribute, and all!! its capabilities,. mil !banks; and pollic8. whether in union or

: name) could resist the substantial I B nk of Florida: but had oppo-cd them on In relation to the appointment of a committec to some fahionale Spring in Virginia or The merchant might lo collision, to : lIme harmony of Florida.
I 1- evidence of affection which hera companion particular principle., and This in one statement only. For i is true the in rnti-one on Banks, of which I was made chairman, I very Kentucky one.:that Dlcs Gen.not Du this Val cxposi'ion has rcmaini satisfy .I tlnrh .IK-A .Io..*.m.a..r .n*."atI. "V anut_ .nt...* ".,..;n. ....,...I -Lei- -- iiv-- n_OVf with.. .. thl_n"rh..,... ,lmrllt.r ". ..11(.. *"UI*

t ion had given, and accordingly they entered i it is well known that it was done as much I il !fill his land, as for him who"e habits, occupation great and growing inlensts ; afford ail the
menU which I used at that time, I refer to( the -Jcrrit-ory not from choice, but necessity,
I into an "alliance offensiveand defensive the following\ certificate: lo reprcs the tendency to create banks indiscriminately : l lie dared not leave it. and thoughts have been on ofAtr than l facilities for the improvement of our coua

as for other And commercial subjects, to to establisha try and the unveiling of our wealth.-Let
as the statesmen sawhich. has; ,\e were present at the Court House i in any purpose. I seems from his defence, that the only attempt
it is also well known thai the exhibits Astern of exchange, and to regulate a Agriculture and Commerce, Manufactures
since' been renewed upon "terra firm," Tallahassee, on the 29ih ull. and heard Mr. journul r duty of the Secretary, is that piescribedjy I
only '1! of the of II Congress have been and Mechanical operations, all share to the
a sin part transactions a currency. : tinkering ,
and is ere long to be signed and sealed. Wards remarks on the subject of Banks. I act of June 1834--ihe duties prescribechere (I
committee. at the subject for half and haveinale extent of their inhrezt.lhe affection of the
On reaching the shore and we understood him to that he nut t that of supei intending printing of: century ;
recoveringsomewhat say was th
I have shewn that the none but and Slate. Commerce cannoL have
now language imputed a retrograde disturbing we ,
from the a whole hog bank That ho thp annual pamphlet of legislative enactments, wibou
I It effect of the voyage, man. was opposed I- j :o me at the Cenlrctillu dinner, was nevj movement in relation lo it. All their legislation Town ;-our Territory w blessed wit tte
to unlimited and was previously thereto, performed for an al
Mr. Ridge thinking that perhaps his injudicious banking: ; noblest and .
lady's100'e j er used ; and that I expressed exactly an op and their speeches, have only been inoit ecu'e Bats ;-"
1 l
of (
and that he had been in ovcance $250 it not shameful ihen,,
had entered into the engagementwithout always opposed principle !' posite sentiment. I have heun thai with the thai the of I should be food to distract the community ; and to out creating an I.-nmalitis-h war n aint each
to the Life and Trust us' money people so.squandered
proper consideration, and that Company, : (exception of two votes, which had escaped my lie set agitators on hobbies which they ire riding other, let each and every Ole, under the enlightened
Gen. D.
iuch as to give $1500
the i annum
the sight of lar.d and of old friends might replying.: o as lie also gentleman stated that lo whom he had he was I ,memory, there is not tile lean inconsistency for the performance of a duly worth per only, i fast lo death. The reluming good sense L enterprise of its own citizens, advance

have caused her to change her views, no oll1f rh.nk chaiter: that of supported the''- ]between my public declarations, and! my $250 ]? It would be ; and I do not be'icve uf| feome of the members have at length fallen lo the deslittitt which await then. If
waited on her and informed her that I if Union Bink.Ye: did not understand himto : ,course in the Legislature six years ago. I t ihe Government would be so corrupt as to, h hack on the .Let u/alone policy ;" the some, under visionary but certainly coin
shall hereafter, if proceed to shew t true policy of a republican mcndable, exertions have wild
such was the case he would not hesitateto say lint he had alwavs been in necessary continue the office; but there arc other duties:; go\ernntnt.- attempted
prillciplcopposecllo from various sources, that I have used r | Leave currency the exchanges, and trade projects, theirs will be the 'loss.
release her from the engagement, andadded banks. I my and if Gen. D. will strictly perform them, I I J : Th'y.i
h humble influence on occasion to .ilo, t regulate itsi-Jf to ibe have difficulties: 10 ,
many regulate do think he will have operate through enough :
further, that he had lost his all EDWARD: rrOUSTOUX.R. any to spend : :
by I l and restrain and not to enlarge the banking *' j common laws circulation, known to those without superodding those opposition fiom(
i in cool
the wreck of the Pulaski and) would henceforth J. HACKLEV retreats in Kentucky, or fashion [
i systemI show the of J who operate in and conimrdities Lei God and Nature Mr.
IIOBT. BERRY.J. wi passage ill able watering places in Virginia, elsewhere. I money : party (as Jet r
&!, be entirely dependant on his own exertion L. nOBI 80N., aCII. to secure solvency of Banks ;" and Then is a charge made by Phllo Enqui I Leave the people unrestricted o in their respective sIn said oftbe Ton in Virginia) I

f"r hit subsistence. The lady was wid prove that if the provisions of thai act: rer" which is entitled to consideration. Gen. avocations, and to pursue midislnrb- may add unterprizp, decide the question.
rnurh oiTi'ctfd, and bursting into tearsasMircii R. G. WELLFORD., h had been pursued Ihe Stephenson fraud would Du Val i ii said to derive his title from, and to'jed!I L)patty cxritcmtnts, and imaginary op- A FRIEND TO THE rxosrERiTT or FLORIDA.

}him i l' affection was unchangeable not have been perpetrated. l mid a high rank in, the army of the republic \\prehtnsions ihe e\en tenor of their ways ;

: and ac /ortune' she was happy to Now fellow citizen, please to observe: 'I I Fe.Ilow Citizens, in the remarks I have of Texas--thai! Brigadier General. This: I 'and we would see on the political horizon TO THE FREEMEN OF LEON

-iv that !she had enough for both. She is1 it is admitted on all ndcs that I repeated, j made, I have spoken earnestly)', but temper i is a'so' said, not to have L'J earned in /fewer| of Ihose alarming and portentnu- COUNTY.

"- ,\>] to be worth two hundred thousand "I I was not a whole hog bank! man." I must at. I ly. I know thc quarter from which this i iattack but the reward for inducing a brigade tit j} cud which are said to threaten (lie librr1' FELLOW CITIZENS :-Some time since

:,,liars.-Brooklyn Adv. therefore, of course, hare hern .sa)"inj; ornoIlu'l : comes : Nothing which cminates fiom t ftd of his fellow citizens of Kentucky, lo 1''! I pro*erily of the country. to re my name was announced as a candidate to

t ig favorable to Banks, and not agaillstthem. \i such a source can irritate me beyond those tur from this digression lo Hanks: -If ihe
th Vail themselves and make Mexico the
From the JVeur Orleans war upon represent County of Leon in the neil
Picayune. If I had declared that: I had always:! l bounds, which system be defective, a hitherto
j respect rnysclprescriles.-
then existingand
with the Utyted States
at >
I power Council.
peace Legislative The
METHODISM IN TEXAS. I been opposed in ,principle' to bunk., it would I am willing that you should be ihe judges of r This is considered by the laws of the United; ft ( I am rather illdiH.d lo think so) I let us been done same having

We were actually astonished, and at the h have been IIltt only unnecp'j'sary, but absurdto t ihe motives by which those are actuated who Stales as a high misdemeanor, subjecting the amend il. If it i is:t IfO defective! ever to b,* without my consent, I had tb

:nme time gratified at seeing, in the Nat have added, I am not a vlnlo! hog bank stab in the dark, and so totally pervert the person convicted to severe penalties. If true, corrected then let u-s get lid of it by gradual! announcement discontinued ; since

CJK-X Free Trader a statement of the mt: c. I truth. I will far and nod: r.ite meant period I have received fnvilations -
not so degrade my own con- Sei.. D. ought notjo have been appointed tohis ; so as to apply the many pressing
gress religion in Texas. The Method-I I The error then, and the only error in my sciou,ness of rectitude, as to turn their own h present responsible situation-and we pro subslilutes:, whatever they may br, at the for a continuance of my name

; i isiS alone have in that country twenty statement, was in Baying ''hit I had supported I weapons against ihrmselves. In a far differn sume that the President and Senate were ig least l hnz.mi. and least injury to the community. before the public. Believing that an individual

cieties, and three hundred and \\' so-I' no bank charter ave tint: of the Uui'' I emit spirit, I take my lean of them, with these nor?nt of the. fact. i A \olulion, such as some would should serve in an capacity wherein

l* preachers; including six elders and three)> ,j t Bank; I seized this the first public: ( opportunity ;j \Old. of holy writ--Go, and s sin no more. 'II'III Writers upon international law consider bring, on the land, by a sudden and exterrnin.iling i the people believes )may be useful,
t exhorters. One of their Missionaries! (th 2'did I' :! error at Micosuhoe. 11 I GI O. T. WARD. t he fact of a citizen: leaving his native land and I war again Banks wrud! be more I[ have yielded to their solicitations, and

., Rev. R. Alexander) ) have travelled this j atiii TH: nc'-oup.l al Cjpt Taylor's I and 1 do ;o I I I P. S.-:\R. EDITOR, I have to ask a aking service under a foreign power, as the t fatal and terrible in its consequences, Mhan. now stand before you as a candidate, and
ran ih-it t the
only most tremendous
f year in the course ofthis circuit, twenty two ;JI was speaking: unexpectedly and 1'i1Y after !I small space in your next week's paper. I ma h est evidence of a design to expatriate himself. and conflict of tornadoes will represent you if elected,
n ) whirl-winds fire and intheprsentath'e
Gen. devastation
have D. Iras himself ;
: ,
perhaps, some further Although not brought everwincsed "
: hundred miles on horseback and I: of six I branch of the net .
tf ,
sleeping J ipsc nearly
years. "r pursuits' before
II I ibis mailer, which I trust will be not uninteresting .fully within this rule, by removing lo sweeping over the coun .
out and h h id cnlii from When individual himself
exposed to every privation inclemency. I- ely estranged me all connection Thehole an places to
; I to the public. G. T. W. Texas, yet his intention to have done so may, try. monetary concerns of lilt-
.4 1 'vii Ii politics. I was .speaking I in the heat of --_ _ l jc fairy presumed, as no o Ie Would suspect United Slates are so interwoven with the public notice, i is generally expected to

The Free Trader, after giving the debate, and abotc all I was in the pnsenceof Fur tIe Floridian. ls a" retiring dignified gentleman," of don piivale transactions, and >o intertwined with hear him say something of his political

..1, above mentioned particulars, bestows upondie : (!I who the had people aiiioiig whom I hart! grown up, Mu. EDITOR :'-.\friendofjQlmP.( Du i so mischievous an act without SOiC mu t the property individuals: thn-ugh ihearjin- tenets. Having been brought up by parents

; Methodists clergy some neat and richly I- from known me all lit,)' life, and I -poke I Val, Esq. Secretary of Florida, in the last I live; and the design of removal seems most cy of Hanks, thai to upset them by a convu-! of the old republican school, having -

I merited ecomiumus, which we copy fidcncc my lhat general accidental recollection, with the con I,I ''\Vatrhinian." underakcs to defend him from I reasonable. At any rate, he is said to be: MOP, or popular rxcitemenl, would be ruin i io their principles inculcated from my
I4 : an : inaccuracy would:: what he considers II subject to the orders ol ihe President of Texas t all. Tne therefore, however
bcloAr. not be tnicnnsti u 'd. But it bo said: the unjust iIcr-'sation otlbsenIeeism I system entailed earliest infancy, I shall transmit them unimpaired -

a The itinerant of the Methodists\ church:I, t that my explanation; at Mico.sukovis may ;" and to excuse the use of the and is bound to assume command of his: upon us, and however defective cannot i to my children.It .
1101NO violent and abusive language which charac. brigade whenever required.Is be got rid of prudently md wisely but
the ; ,
real of Wesley is
followers full for
unsophisticated ;- as it should have been. Fellow cilizen. impossible me to point out toJOU
tensed his reply in a former number of it then right and proper that lie should I by' gradual and discreet mean 1 would
i and Whitfield-are the most extraordinary .=, lam, yourpaper. what 1 if
unfnilunaldy' not on 5 of those' measures
continuo to the office of Heal the pait-nl may pursue
In both these efforts I consider he hol Secretary ol I suiTering under the disease,
1 body of men that ever lived. They I person wboc!! leisure permit.them to lounge: hums been cqual\unfortunate., No one can Florida (' such circumstances ? I think so as not to kill, to cute him. If I removed elected-not knowing what subjects o

9 are tbe pioneers civilzation ; they heed about) ; your town, and whose most important read] Gen. production, and) imagine my fellow citizens will agree with me that the Banks, I wo-ild be sure first that in general importance will be brought b

p not danger however imminent ; they stat y J 'business consists in searching: ; th'i Journal i that i was written by any retiring dignified, lime has not arrived when ihe people! ef the their removal got rid of \the\\ poison without fore the Legislative body.-All I can

not (lor luxuries ; they care not to tread; j of your Council. I am so unfortunate as to gentleman," or that it exhibits Iir in any United States should select distinguished officers its leaving any of ihe deadly effects behind. at present is to assur' you that should

\ :I the carpeted hall nor to seek learning or make not my living of by ihv own exoitions, and, point) of view, as (t model of forbearance"," of foreign armies to fill our civil appoint But as defeclive as the system may be, we I be honored with a majority of your suffrages
: am those
OIK whose
; loafer politicians
pleasure in cloister or saloon, but on, on I sole &c. men t tg. greatly doubt whether the wisest and most I serve you with fidelity and

they go, to the remotest verge of the glob, I occupation in the M to :govern:; of the Tallahassee.I people ofthu Justicia says, "A writer in your paper had I Gen. Du Val will not escape the charge ol prudent men in the country, 'look beyond zeal.-I wi wi vote for such measures as I

: vherever erring man has wandered; where! had country not, when at caucus:Micosukce have I thought proper to catechisetho Secretary," absentcism by throwing it up< n Oiliers. Their, amendment. Correcting acknowledged itbu- believe calculated to advance the interest

; ever there is one soul to be reclaimed, there now miidu it my luiiinc-is to hunt, nor over i all &c I is not so. The people having always errors wi nol justify him. Let him defend I ses, and establishing: additional guarantees of t the Territory generally, and the
a right to know in what manner; ..- of himself : himself ol the offien against
I, they go, to wrestle with the world, to defy i my votes. It w is (801gb tInt I I knv I Iud public fullyJaad purge repetition hereafter. County in which we 1 live more particularly.) !.
.1 I ficer discharges his duty, one of their numbercalled ces now charged ; and then, if lit or his One of these, nre Banks based
its temptations, to enlighten its moral I discharged duty to while I on proper elected I am in
my my country, Should however I not be ,
of their; accusation
YOU as faithful ty the
one lo holding
upon sentinels any prefer againstany ;
darkness. A from the character I :represented it, and! it or and
part holy ;- walt enough that I be
cor the individuals who any
for information how our worthy Secretary other public officer, they will be \their\ \ property responsible fur may
oi( his mission I reclctllhe in lwanl inrir i is:! hops
Si there is a moral grandeur I- error my Tallahassee:!! speech could paper with
h you
perform his official duties at ; thus harmless my disposition to serve
I t the be.-t of HItS holding the
in the Methodist itinerant as he .o mv knowledge and belief, and community die interest
Tallahassee and reside advance
at St. Jcseph, dis- against; loss and i infinitely more ability to
I wends his way through pathless forests, I should if!;f I did have sty said; Commercial Farmers Hankor Hank vice, when I tantfrom the for met place upwards of one To the Editor of the Floridian. other private IrRlsnttions.usimitating in banking which they, to of Leon County 2dyourifldid"ual

.t. without associates, without reward, evenI: i it t is indiilcnnt with Jill liberal and vfrsa, hundred miles." On the d.IY on which this ar Wn have iidverled to the principles on, must bo the gainers i>r leasers who meddle happiness.

the stimulus of praise. lie leaves home, candid title appeared, Gen. Du Val happened to arrive which the Union Bank is founded-based:! on with it. Increa-ing ihus the hazard to tankers Your Fellow Citizen,

I and kindred, the tie of early love, perhaps men.One word more on this head. When I hero, on flying visit to the scene of hisofcall.lbors. : Ihe real and personal; property of the country and the security to ihe community, whit A. DUVAL.

and goes forth to struggle unknown J spoke in Tallahassee: it was entirely from, I say a flying visit because: and at a (air if not a low appreciation. better guarantees of prudent transactions

and alone ; to doom himself poverty, to general recollection, I sjioke with more on Saturday at I 13 o'clock M, and I| that propelty is always tangible and responsible can be had This is ihe principle, which AWFUL EFFECT OF LIGHTNING.-The

.. the gibei and jeers of the gay, to broken' 1 1r t tefurcnce to the Har.ks which were parliculnr departed P. JM. next day his(Sunday short ) at J J1 o'clock, for the obligations the Bank uray cooIr.lel may be very beneficially modified and improved Terre Haute (Indana) Courier thus describe
health, to premature old age. And what I It i immediately under discussion, and if I did; ; During sojourn here, heundertook golt4 and silver, it cannot disappear on Louisiana Banks and I the effect of a stroke of lightning

is his Impetus? It is not ambition ; it I is after the lapse of six years, fail to recollect, how has ho to reply to the query himself; and from the vaultp, or be removed by the Bank of Florida nre eaiablished. Princi. man in the prairie, one mil
that a
performed First faithless on open
duty unlike
' not It is not of the selfishmotives I two voten which I had given, those : by ng'ntI-and gold and silver plea which New York in now practising H
pride; anyone pCflionlimay abusing tho writer for for information in one it i in on and half south east Terra Haute:- !
asking respect, capable by cultivation of and which Mr.
at least (be ieni! who have within three Raquet ui ;
that tway the human breast. What: which ho admits the Philadelphia (ont p in state of nodi-
have and found perfect
people I right to ; improvement reproduction, adding daily' of the ablest finance body was
is it Reader-it it to the word weeks entirely forgotten my remarks ul! Cen and of our country) has
preach of ,.trevillc, and uttriuu'ed' to me language which him, questioning and the motives which actuated: to the wealth of the country and the security characterised u New Light, adding lo the: ty, having been divested of every article

ltfrlothepoor. I have proved that I never uttered! another: member Secondly.of By abusing, covertly I, oT the Bank for which ii .pledged. The security of bankini and to the confidence lo I of clothing, ,bich.wa. torn in !thousands

., i QJ-The: Augusta Constitutionalist of A long lift' of voted ha* (been unarchedout !in office. No full the government, his superior I lesources of new countries are in the intrinsic be reposed ,. We hi i proud. of pieces by the fluid, without being in b

I : yesterday, $ays-"We learn by letters received and arrayed against me, and ihe infer made to the of"and perfect" answer is i value of their land ; in the capabilities as a Floiidian that on this absorbing sub let ringed. His boot legs were torn ID

.. hi this city yesterday, that all the ence sought for is thnl in every cute in which I sag to bo satisfied_ query no Enquirer, but seem-. of their soils, and the genial character; of, ject, we have been the pioueeia of other and I to numerous strips, the soles coo-
or heir
sufficient a
Banks in Columbus will resume specie I have voted for an unimportant amtndtntntto I can be made goo explanation ( climates. All these however mut re. older, and more tutored Slates ; and we feel I pletely tb btom T**
sought to the main dormant sart
payments on the lit October next TheBaqlf an/ charter, I am to be considered as approving lontrovurry another character ; and give the render them without labor to improve and Isure that with the light exprience the hair(torn one .id of hed ws taken
of Rome learn will also of that charter, and the whole by preductive. 1. enable there system be ao modified brokf1andtheballsofboth
we resumeoqjbatday going > abuso and virtupcration of others, and the fore, those who have lands may Inc a I offtheskin of one his elbows w
hop for the Bank. to procure labor to extend benefits
to of the
Tbf remain but of part Ter $
now two cry perecqtion to load the the his grrat f
off! idea
people was conceived of topm
banks |n tbu State to heat: from vit the Fellow Citizens,: hit one thing to Cleat scent.Whether upona.wrong A Bank, tAt capi ritory. Florida is favored by a most genial I have been burst
should be bastd whr
u charter and another amend n those lands. climate and is rich in the and op.
il. It is
: Ban); Hawkiosville the Bank of St are right great i
*>od you or wrong as to the From DC0crora the Hrtc left the_body, at
on* thing to incorporate a Bank and system waa introducedv capabilities of her soils. Her lands t
anotherto fact of Gen.
Marti both Du Va) ,
of which have having been previou into the
inttitqtion we )
Louisiana of his seemed
extend the tuna (or subscribing for its noticed In Journal and from thence to Florida, basis of her wealth ; and capital bottoms 'bot punctured &
po gouty will be able the your 1 shall not and with judiciously trOP*
to the
retmue on pretend most beneficial with rfle ball. As be judged
stock. And I now assert that of tho whql, to ascertain ; but leave and efect on (Ih e applied, is ouly necessary to improve a may
fame day. you him to sette agriculture of the t\vo The ay I. render them productive. Tbn capiial such eflect, the man was,instantly k"

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= cretary & Co., we shall repel the assaults in \ _- -,-- i-=-- T -lfl:I E h-r: N. ._._ : i'vCuLoi J ,

; NOTICE. MARSHAL'S SALE. I farE 018..4r t.IL }
THE 'FLORIDIAN. the most effectual manner in our power. We NOTICE,

ALL persons are forware from trading for BY:: virtue of a writ of fieri facias, in which the iLL persons holding elat against the ,estates are authored to announce the foIlowiDt
do when others
would the
TALLAHASSEE: FLORIDA: may so even regard promissory nOle twenty five dollarseach Pouter Gener oft ho United Slate U of Hoary N Nowkod, James Simpson and V'I gentlemea tn Candidates (or the State

attack too puerile for answer, and the aggressor given by me in July or August lavt, to Eli plaintif ad Girey.adnsioistratiixof John Nathan Williamson deceased are requested to present Coa vent iba,from tnefrrespectire tommies.

Saturday: nforniiig, Sept. 13, 1838. too ignoble for us to couch our lance Henry or bearer for,which of Thomas said Bounty G. As the Gare/ de.e is defendant issued out of the them within the lime prescribed bylaw, u this face hlDid7.
consideration note has Superior Curt DilticL of Florida, for notice will bo plead in bar of the same. Col.) U. Washington Jas. D. Wnuott,Jr.Mtj. .
against. We trust this is the last we shall failed, I do not intend to pay them unless compelled Len County, and returnable to N vemh,r Term, THOMAS M. WHIT,lher r. Wtvt
are anthoiiicd to announce HUGH liy law. of said court 1 have levied upon, and Adm'r Ex OfBcio.Marianna. Taylor 'Maj. George
hear of this
WE Candidate for the office of subject.HORRIBLB EDWARD anal Gen. Samuel Paifchftl
FISH as a G.ttJLDEN. Saturday the 13th day of Sept. I, 1838. 4-tf Leigh Bead Geo.

Uftrt- Colonelcy, Kt Brigade, 7iu Reg. Fla. M. C01f T.-A fight took Sept. I., 12-6 legal' hoard on said day, UpOJto OctoerI8."!1r.I', high. NOTICE_ Thomas Reynolds L. A TbompsonE.

We are authorized to auuouncc M;j. WM. II. DOCTOR BIRON. ell .for "|>ecie or Treasury No4crt. Lots No**. Col. H. W. Braden Cot. A. M. Gatlin
*MICHAEL a candidate for the Lieut. Colojelcy place in Canton, Miss. latelybetween the 86, 87,& 88, in the North addition of the cityol'T.ihlahassce -.JRVY M. HALE, is my authorised agent Col. Wm. Cot John O. Gamble.

oftbe,M Briadr,7tla Regiment Florida Militia. brother of Mr. Calhoun, Congress member SURGEON DENTIST. with the iinprovenienu ; levied upon during my absence from the Territory. Wyatt brown
ESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies and KENNEDY IUXJ5E. Gen. John P. Du Val Gen. Tbor.
an the properly of the estate of John Y. Qarey, de-
authorized R. A. II
WE to and another
are announce Captain from Kentucky, gentleman Gentlemen of this that he Sept. I, 838. tIc Dr. Thos B. Ben. aam
place and
SHINE candidate: for the Lieut Colonecy of may b ccacod, to be fold aecordin to law, at the Wynn Major
whose is not stated. Ii found Nt Mr. German's House in -
name Hoarding .
grew i &$
the let Brigade,7lh Regiment of Florida Militia. : Hotice. Gadsdea C. ay.
II city where he will be to wail upon all who S. H. DUVAL. M. D. of Fla.
of the duel between Messrs. Dickens happy
out M..ha ALL indebted to the statt of Baker
H'e authorized to HENRY H. persons Daniel Buie John *vord
announce Capt. de-iie operation the line of his
nay any I pro. By S. P. LEWIS. D. M.
WALKER candidate tIm I..iout and Drain -the latter gentlemen charging Johnson, dec.are requested to Drake payment to B. .
as a for Colonelcy fession. He will perform nil the necessary oj er.\. 4th, 1838. 5-t Je eram County..
Sept. \v Johnson and all cbims wirr
I of the lat Brigdc,7tli Regiment Florida Mililia- Mr. C. the second of one of the parties, ionsonthj Teeth and Gum<, with suisfaction toe present them;for payment persons, duly having authenticated. Joseph M'Canu.Esq. E. CarringtoQ Cabbal, .;

\'ery reasonable person, and prove to nil .\ho LAND FOR ALF, Daniel Bird E Job N.
with unfairness and cowardice. They may SOPHIA JOHNSON, Adm'rx.August21 * Several Editorial article* and communications : I ''xprrience Ins upeiations!, that he is not a stranger I V IIIE sulpcribcr offers bin land for sale in Gadn- 1838. 3-tf Cot James Gadsden Col. Abram Bethany.FROCLAHATIO1V .
crowded of fought with Bowie knives, toe to toe, and 1 to the h'lsle *. Teeth insetted from one to a full den County, !12 miles N..W. of Tdlai'as! -
out our
have been paper were both terrible mutilated-so much so set, withut pain, and in most rases will be as useful ,:oltainwg thirteen hundred acres, five Rope and Bagging.

this week. Communications will appear in be as if they grew in the jaw*. The incoruipt.'ble hundred ,which is in a state of cultivation, with 100 Pieces Dundee Bagging. (42 inches wide. By the Governor of Florida.
as not to expected to Chinlc Poic lam, Natural .inimal Pe.irl liory, two good framed dwelling 100 Coils Ba'e Ropl'-a superior article.

our next. or Gold Teeth set and never to decay. ; houses-good Gin ", ; 250 Sacks Salt. For Sale byH4RLY& WHEREAS, by an act of Centres*; approved
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leaf of Teeth cleanseJ and filed, : I. GORMAN. July the 7ih, 1838. entitled "An Act to organize
saw yesterday a morus rmil- pinguid painful t-et'i III, end screw-.good n.rl 'II'
IVe ure rrquested tc f..i ive notice that the 8. the Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida
ticaulis, which measured twelve inches cured .ind plumed in a manner that wilrtstihedt'cay I stables, csrriage-house, ue- _I_ Tallahassee. August 25tb, I8> _3t_ *nd for is
Rev. ]/ Burroughs will preach in the Pres- and teniain iS useful a? any / t otherpnrposes"k provided among other
It from raised houses', and other uul.boust fora Notice. thnigs that time Legislative Council shall eonaia of
square. was a tree by Dr. were decuyei'; in the ruins cured and loose gro every requisite
tyteiian Church, in this city on SlInd.l! teith made sCurvy ih- ilitficuk leclU and Planter, with sprins of never failing water,of the ALL persons i indebted to the estate of William two Houses, to be called the Senate and House tJfRl'prefeDtatitts
R. W. Hall and furnishes tight : must
a most gratify ; r'lsHlrJctct I Williams, dec. late of Jtffersoi: coputy, are rcincsted -
and of well and that the of the election
kind part f water. returns -
morning at 10 o'clock. in the best p.-ssib'f i is all purest every
ing evidence of the suitableness of the cli- iinp"ituit: that CliiI.I.--u froaisix totue\e! I of ed. With the premises can be had an abundant *updy to make payment. and those having demands of Senators shall be made to the Goveuor by

mate Maryland for the advantageous arc, should lmc iln ir teeth r.xani'ned' by a"t.Ir Dentist of Corn and .Fodder dehired. Ptront wishing I against the same! to present. them dniy a. the Marshals of each district, in shcn mannei as
COTTON.Wo las week hcmii IhenlicateJ to tbe subsinbtr.W.
were *
a i shall be
invited to and examine for prescribed by the Governor.
< f skill and cxjieiiencf; if they me properly purchase, ore cal
sample of five bales of new Cotton, received prosecution of the Silk culture.-Amcri. fliranged in due tirtie, they ant may have old le'lh linnsfhi Dotll fur health : soil!, an : bargain August R.I&K:TAYLOR Adm'r. ex officio.3-4w Now, therefore be it kanw II',that the Marshals of
WM MeGRIFF. each judicial district are hereby required so soon
will bf
Bird & Co. fr life., Il tetth arc ntlendud ti :It a ae.Is"luLlelime .inn. -
by B. of Magnolia, raised OR A board of army officers. Gen. Scott as much pain un I expense miy be saved, and Gadsden county" SCt. 4th, 1U33. 53mCOTTON Atwood's Cotton Gins. as the election returns shall have been received

the plantation of Capt. Danial Bird. of Wau- President devise in detail aLt one person in fifty \0 lIt ever 10 1'e a single WOOD'S Friction RoJeranJ Common Cot- from the inspectors of the election fir Senators in
to a to AL
are plan
GINS. Gins and for sale ihe the several counlrrs ofsaid district*, to consolidatethe
kenah. From the t< o.i. Sl.iny fine lerth .ire duly extracted by persons ton now ready by sub
samples presented us we organise the the different branches of the w liu arc ni'.irely i inotaut of any melhol to THE! subscriber has a few superior Heel saw Cotton scribers. All\\ those who have: engaged the above returns of said election, and make a retanr

judge that the present crop} of Cotton has ne. service, to make a thorough examination save them. Gins, assorted size, on hand, which they will I Gins of their agent will be able l'> obtain them in acwJoys. thereof duly certified to the Governor of the the .

verbecn surpassed in quality in the Jj-lle ran cjhib amp'e Toit-n: .nials of char- ell low to close a conbigniiienl, and on acconmio- I: Five already received. Territory oa cr before th. 15.h day of November
of the condition each and
corps regi a. t 'i-nnJ !'. fe-s'onal SKilK dating terms. BENJAMIN BYRD &Co.Magnolia. Q AMBLES. REID; next-
We regret to learn that the Caltrpillcr, in ment, to create'absolute and unchangeable J3CONSULTATIONS GRATIA. 5lh Fept. 138._ 5 4w Tallahassre August 2 tth. 1838._35w Given under my Land this 24th day of August

ofthc settlements feet l.i1 C Adminitrator's Notice. 1838. R. K. CALL.
some are considerably injuring rules respecting scnioritybrevei rank
NO VICE (r"J] Governor of Florida.
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the crops. Some of our friends have promotion, transfer, furlough, extra service A'l"FEN'fIoN SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Honor.ble ALL: 'persons, Walker having, dec.any, late demands of Je a SOli Couny. Lit Cliattahooehce_RiVer Lands for sale,

informed us thai their crop would be shortened &c. all so much needed.Frtderickslurg TALLAHASSEE GUARDS: : Judge of the County Court JtfTcrkOn, Coun- ;: win present them duly attested to the administrator Subscriber oWen for sale his Land ra DC"

probably one third. Arena. : will bc a Company I Ifl on Thursday I fy: !lor litters of administration on the estate of thereof; and all peisons indebted to the said THE'.: County, Geo.siiqaled directly on the
THERE Christopher: Smith! late of said, d'-r. deceased will make immediate
next at the Academy. The I please payment. .dUaboocbee river, about 11.000lcrts in a body
G. \V.DEV1TP.Monticcllo .
COTTON MANUFACTURE RUSsIA. members are ordered t., attend armed and equip. 1.. n PARKER, Ad&ru'v.MonticclhoAuiut 900 of which is immediately in the river valley,
SILK.-The culture of Silk in this IN
sec l the rules! of the Sept. 8, 1133. 5-Cw ; l5h, t 138. 3tf
pe a: company direct and about 250 acres in cultivation: and good repair.
lion of the Territory has not yet engaged Increased attention is given in Russia to Ii)order ol" the cjptusu J. \1 IIUGOX, NOTICE. I Notice. The prt sent crop, and stock of every kind can be

the attention of our citizen. We believe this branch of industry; the business is pro- 'crgant SIX wecks after d-lc 1 shall apply to the Judge had with the land. Cotton planters are invited to
tected from persons are hereby cautioned against trad jfthe Court of Lein for letters of call and eia.nine for themselves both as fur health
by foreign competition ALL County County
itmi hl become a profitable business, the government NEGRO AT AUCTION.] for a certain note given b}' me to James :idniinistrationupoa the estate ol John Blair Pea and soil,as abjr aiu, will be n1'eredWIIITEMAN

climate is peculiarly adapted to the growlh'of and encouragement is held out WILL be olJ to the hi,:het bidder, on \Vcdn!;. Lanier, Co. for the sum ot Two llundnd: Dollars t day,dcc. Utc of Leon County.. ii. OH ENS. .

for persons to engage in it. There is JI, next, 1 likely Negro 1'illow age I 19 yt-ais, n and some few lents, in the month. of June or July, J. S. ROBINSON. Decatur Co G a.,7th Aug.. 1338. 2t-f

the mulberry, and the norms can be raised reason to believe that Russia will soon be- prime tel hand. Turns a credit until tinfi st of C33, as said note will not be paid unless by a due I August 2 uh. 18:8._ :: _36w $130 HEW ADD;
with but little difficulty. Januirynrxt. I It.J.: course
come a great market for sale of the raw J3. l :-.A 11FURN11'URE IAlKI"Y.S'1't. tlahoocIiceSept. 1, 1ti31J. 5-tf I Notice. BROKE at St.Marks on the 15th last, at
We have been presented with a specitr.eti material. A connected with A L LL persons indebted to DANIEL McRAENY tailed MILE3 about 24 yean of '.
of sewing Silk, raised and muf.ictured FOR \L Hcad-iluarUrs: { doming the year 18J6: and the firm of Mc. age fire led ten inches higt, belongs to James

by one of the first mercantil houses in St. Petersburg THE Sul ,cniiei- has m More for sale a l < a
a daughter of Mij- Lee at his plantation ; has lately been in this city, ma- asioitmcnt ofrltlllr.c"abh' :ir of B art! aLls, will be an tleUion held for Lieuten are notified that immediate payment of the same groe fellow.. named IBLO and BOB. belonging

on the .Irmonia. The sample consists of king contracts fur cotton We HiUUiarls. WntdrleTables, : ,, Lain* Work aut'Colundlt the different' Captain's"beats, on the must be n.ade. The accounts are placed in the to Thou as Frizzle: ,of Pike County, Alabama. The t
machinery. Stands, Bid teads, SuasChairscurIeJ! Lair Mat- irbt Saturday in October licit. The Captains or hands of the subscriber! who is authorized to settle above reward will be paid for laid negroes on de-
ome two dozen skrins (af a variety of co- are pleased to learn that he has succeeded tra's-s, &c. :&,*.. R. IMCKLEY.: neat ofC H command, will havo the election the same. Immediate at'ention will save cost. livery 10 either of the Subscribers ic Pike oj Montgomery

lours, and in quality it i is pronounced by fully equal to his expectations; he has returned Tallaha: e, Sipcmer! I 13:11.: 1838. G-4w cotd u tttd agreeably to law, and report the same SAMUEL W. BURNETT. county, Alabama fifty dollars for either. t
10 me within ten days after the election. TtllahasseeAug. I', 1838.: 2-t( JAMES McNEILL.
competent ju.lges equal to any brought lo to St. Petersburg, where the mach- AUCTION SALES.AT JAMES sTF.HMRT.f4 By the President of the U. S. THOMASFR1ZZLEAtsg. ;

this place. inery will soon follow him. An Americangoes i St. .Marks on the 1st of O.:tober next \villl ( ] Major Coi'g'tti Reg't Florida Militia. N pursuance of law, I, MARTIN VAN BU- 17ch, J838L_*-ff I(

At the north the culture ofSilk is becoming out to superintend the putting of it i l l e s,..!d. a quantity (damaged Baton, bard NOTICE, I REN, President of the United Slates of America Tax Colleet 'R last Notice. :
the uflhe United States.
Bread ,>trt
pro >
sc declare and make known that
do public
a very profitable business, and we arc informed up.-[Providence Journal. T. rms, C..!h. l-'or further information apply to ILL persons!holding claims against the estate I ,SALE> hereby will be held at St. Augustine,in the a Ter- IN Pursuance of law, the undersigned will at. !

tint some of our East Florida friend. .\. Breeze, E''. :gtnt U. S., Quartermaster' Dij orVUI.J..Wat n,dec.are requested: to prevent of Florida, on Monday, the fifth (Jay of November "One additional day" at the new Court
\V\Tsu"thonied;; ; i to announce A. FORMV l DUVALac I arLItntt: t. Marks. I). H. YIN ros, them without df lay, as Ilhal present my voucher ritory next, for the disposal of the: public lands blouse, i in Tallahassee, oil Saturday the 1st Sep
are nuking: arrangements: lo cultivate the a candidate lo represent Leon County in the A.s't. Quart ru.aster. to the .7pnl Term 1 W39. of Jackson County within the limits of the undermentioned townshipsand tember. I 833. Delinquents need not expect farther

most approved species of the. mulberry with next Legislative Council. Ans't. Gui Irtcrn'lcr's Office, Tullabas.sec, Sep- Court, for a Anal settlement, and auk for a discharge fraction I townships in the cast Florida land indulgence than the time specified by law,as it can
-ml-er 14lli' lw.8. ( %3w from the farther administration of aaid not be granted by him consistently with his official
atiew to in the business of We are authorised to announce Cut WILLIAM district, to wit:
engage making estate. THOMAS M. WHITE, obligations. He therefore hopes and expects bis
Silk. We wish them success. BAILEY as a candidate fur the Senate from the :. lAHSIL\LS SALE. and Adm'r Hherif ofcio. North of the base line and east of tbe meridian: fellow citizens to be prompt, in the liquidation of

Middle District. BY \ fer facias. in which Sept. Fractional! townships one, two, three, Awr,and five, their taxes.
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Ma. .:OtTOa.: You will! please announce LEWISP. Felur RndJ mf!Ihs arc pbuintiffsand -- [eat of St. Mary's river,] of range twenty-three. The existing Revenue laws, icquire taxes to b*
We are happy to learn that a tarhment TAYLOR, Ewj. Iii. candidate from Leon County Bctrey Floyd and Ben. ete'uiors otDavis. NOTICED Townships one, two, thiee, and four,and fraction paid on or before the hat September in each and

of Capt. Rowel's company: of Florida nuliti.i. fur the I Lower House of fllie Territorial 1 Legisla : F'ioyddceased, are ddendllt. issued Ut ,*-" IX Months after date / shall!! { recent my ae3 township five, ot range twentybar.Townships every
Lure *ho will beblrongly supported by tbe of the .Su|'.nor Cmirt of the !\tUlc Distrct; or Flu ) counts and vouchcf to the Hon. Jude of one, two, and three, of range twenty- ycar.WILLIAM H. MICHAEL,
fin the 11th inst. while on a scout near the ii! for Leon and to November .
PEOPLE. : ietulfablp Ibu County Court of Leon County and pray for five. Tax(Collector Leon Co.

mouth of the Ocill, surprised Tiger Tail' 'TC' E arc authorixd to announre Rev .K. B- Term; Irt37, of said Coun, 1 have levied upon, : my discharge Executor of the estate of Ellis Township one, of range twenty six. August I, 1833. 62-If
and hlnll, .n Saturday, the 11th of O tober.iu I three four of _
deceased. GUILFORD BUR.NEY.Ex'r. Fr.iciiunal townships one, two ana ,
cmtp and fired into it. The warriors fled on \fKEIIK: Eq. at a condulalc to represent m8t, \ithin the legal hours on )day, Bnrney Notice.

their ponies aud our men being on foot could .1'lite Middle District in the Senate.: ask: lo I'.e: highest bidder; for cash: a mutjito eipoceto N. B Legatees, and others interested in the Fractional range Iwenty.s townsh'ps?,two,and,three of range I HAVE resigned n.y orfke :Marshal and

WE are authorized to announce MJJ. JAMES Man, named Char a, levied upon as the propertyof estate, are requested to put in their claims forth twenty-ci i C.tnsiable.-Any person holding my receipt for
not overtake them. The detachment contsmlcd STEWART as a candidate to rcprerent Leon the cHat> FIord deceased, and with. have the
I to b Fractional townships one, Iwo,and three of range notes or accoanta can same by applying to
of ixtctu men lh, Ijdians supposed 1 County in the ncxl Legislative Ceuncil.I s-ild according to law, before th,Clun house do->r. Sept. 14 1838. 4.6n twenty-nine. Mr. David C. Wilson or It. W,.. Hib.-rvJ: E q.

: about 22. Several warriors were wounded' : arc authorized lo announce Dr. J. :. READ SAM'L. // DUVAL Iarshal, LOST, South the base line and east of the meridian: SILAS H COURTNEYTallahassee
MididiKi, as a candidate for the Senate from the By SET!! I). M. .August I l&t r. l8tB._ :-t"
; and two squaws taken prisoners, botU more Middle District. TaVahais! e, S.-pt. 1 tth. 1- C.vfOUOCEUICS ( \N the i5lh ulimo, either in Tallahassee, or Township six, of range eighteen. -
3. Notice.
--- .-- --- \! ) between TalUiiassee! and I X Roads, Town1lbip. five and six.of range nineteen.
tally wounded and died soon after. The ;cr-\\'I: : ar .uulmmeil to innonnre JOSEPH PROVISIONS, &.c.JUST Three TREASURY NOTES,loker'l one hundred Townships one, two, three, five, and six, of range SIX wetks after date,I shall apply to the Judge

of the Indians was captured. The \\. UANNI.ll.MAN, Eaj.: tiS 3 candidate to itpe- ricciv, l on and will it Dollars each, payable to the order of D. H. Vmton, twenty. the County Court of Leon County for 'letters
baggage .,:lIt Le.m CVitiniy in the Iext, Legislative: Council ry low I to !C.niznmrD.C and by him tndor.cJ, all issued on the 25th of August Townships one, two three, and six, of range twen administration on the estate Ssmael H.Hod-
troop returned to Camp Taylor when M Ij. W1'r..areIIhorizet! In nanouure ChARLES 20 I h's.\flourI'v c( ,and numbered tad marked as follows: ty-one. son,deceased, on behalfof the heirs of said estate.

J. L. Talor recommenced the pursuit witha Esq., ns a -andidate to reprt- bb'.s.: lusk'-y. NO. {{184, letter C, 3485, letter A, 5486, Fractional township one,townships two,three.four, Aug 4, lR3. JOS. KICHAUDSON 52-ew. .
s nt Leon Couu y in the next Council.WE 5 biU. M.idcira Wu.e81)0 letter.B five and six, of range twenty two. _
sufficient mounted Volunteers. four five, and six of
company art luth..rzt.d! : t.. announce Dr. TRADE ) bush. cv.rn. I am informed that only six of said notes were Townbhipsonetwothree NEW GOODS.HE .

: lie has not since been from, butt WELL, as a candid. te in icnie&uil Leon I 10 boxts very superior Ha\anah Cigars issued on this day, three of which I understand hare rango twenty three. Subscriber has just received.,per schooner

i.t: from his activity and energy we anticipate i\ County in the i.ext Council. I ly bs.! hoister crackers- gone to Geo-ia. The above three are therefore I Townships twenty one, two four., three, four. five. and six, of -1.' Bunker Hill!, direct from New jfork, aid is

-''v I me nu'.Ii: irizcd: to nnnouncc DANIEL 20) doz. excellent rirlcs the only l CI dacd August 23tl>, 182C, in thisscciln. Townships tange one, two, three, four, five and fix, of now opening a general assortment off such good
b'-ls molasses.
good account. 1 I \1.ltAE-tYao a cunt.eaie to tt prtunt 5 sMet l five. as are suitable for the season. Purchasers are invited -

--- -- -- -- LfO' County ill the in xt Legislative Council. 2 casks London Porier. A librl reward will be given the fmdwr.on leavin" Fracti range nal twenty tiwnship one of range twenty-nine. to call and examine for themselves.Low .

An article appeared in the Watchman: ;7t'7E are auth.TZ: < d l.'announce STOCK LEY 5 bf.l bat S'igar and; olives the same with the Editor of the Floridian. At the same place! in continuation, commencingon for rash approved credit.A..
20 c F.
igned, *'Justicia in defence of )Ir. Srcretary \4" SADUUl'Y, Eoq. us a c.m.iidateio lei le- doT prc ; JOSHUA JAMISON. ) the nineteenth day of November next, DUVAL.
: 20 boxes good Raisins Tallahassee 2 I 3J.
; Tallahassee.! Oth 1833. 4-tf Aug. 52ifReceiver's
sent Gidsdeit County in tic! State CIIlv'ni'n'j7' ; Jugust for the disposal! of the public lands within the limit
: Diva!, against hu chare of "Knqni 2 dozen sweet oil and
E are Authorized tn announre JONATHAN U. IMCKLEY Auctioneer. Notice, of the undermentioned townships fraction] Notice.

; rer," and "Phito Enquirer," pubhslicd ill \( # ROI5INSOM:: Evj as n call1lillItcIOrl'P' SI pt. i:, 5t-C undersigned, administrator of Elizabeth Uovuships, to Wit. : rBlHE Subscriber hiving been appointed Ret l-

: this paper. The piece is written uiih great resnt i.idvJm Cnu-tty in th: State C"n\>niion.'ire THE dec hereby gives notice that at the South of the base line and etst of the meridian. JL ver ot the Court Chancery of the Middle
: antliiitired in announce! Duiirniilliltcr Notce. '. I District in the case of D.G Raney<$ wife, ef rt. Y'I
fiTr of Thu eleven east of the Suwanne
next Term Court be will township ,
Leon part
noaviU' mildness und plausibility, and (10m I II. authorised County M. A..irmistead
f'# 1'1 i us a can lidatc to rcnresent; ')71. my ajent finally settle bin accounts and apply for his dis- .1' river,of range fourteen. I hereby gives nonce to all persons
the similarity of siIf, we shrewdly sus the C unity of Jad-d'-n; in the S'a'.c Cunvintion.I my abs-'n'-e fr in the Teritory.MIChAEL charge idmin'utrator ufc aforenaid. Townships ten, eleven, and twelve, ofrange fifteen. indebted tothe late firms of L. & M..f.. mislead, .
I nd L A .ir .
.' authorized E.CA RUING- LEDWIH.el't clevrn and twel-e,of sixteen 4j mislead & Co, on note, bond.or .
are tl anloln'f PATRICK SMITH. Townships ten, rane
peeL have: br-en penned by the same 1-34 book account
may 7, or fur rent
or otherwise thai
TONCAB-LLns.-i: cai.dnlaietorejM'e:eijt ___ t Sep! 1, 1838. 4-tf Townh ps ten, eleven, twelve, and thirteen, of in obe-lience the ,- ,
hand: the it --- to xpra-s decree of the Court.all .-
as productions professes to ander. JcflVr-ou coun'y! n the State CUIHntiln.'E NOTICE.T Muse seventeen.Township .
Notice. debts Unpaid will be forthwith in sd&'ai
W" has replied to it this wf''k'bul are oulliortzcd and requested to announre.Mjjor 11Eaubciiber being abnut'> I'a"e the T rritoiy seven, and fractional townships eleven the neit term of the put He will
N Election for four Members proper court. senda
1 to represent the n nd twelve, [west of Airedondo's claim,] aDd
there are some things in it which he has 'f John L.. Taylor candidate I all persons having Business with him <-: County of Leon in the next Legislative Coun. town&hip thirteen,of range eighteen. list of kbls due in Garden County in a few
to reoe.!Jcrcr ou Cuunty in she thc next L'jts'atlve I I will transact it with Gtn. Loigli! Kcn-1 hl'. author cil days I.) Isaac R Harris Esq, Chuncy to whom
omitted to and which ctll lair in the lower house, and four Senators to rcpie- Townships even and eight. Bud fractional; town. ,
answer, remarks JOHN IIAVI5tt. .
C..unC1 j I ed aent. sent the Middle District of Florida,and eight members ship nine, [north Arredondo's claim,] fraction.a payment may be made; all others rout call tpatt

from us. Juilicia iri in error .is to o-ir: June IS'1.; IC-tf .._.&- 15. 1 ?37. _ 6-tf_ to the Convention, will be held in the County township i.elva, [south Arredondo's claim,]; the subscriber at his office in Tallahassee.

uavingmadc ubjrwt of stric XJY Earc nulli'iii/ed to nnnoun** GEOUCj'f ? I JUSTICES' COURT. of Lccn, on Monday the 8th day of October next, and township tlairteeuofrane nineteen. JJMES A BERT/JELOT Rec'r.

thaSecretary W A.LKtR. r"uf: ] I p nSlcCt\ a randi- at the following precincts: viz: Townships seven and eight, fractional townshipnine Jul726t1838_- 51-tf
}'Iorida, nist. ofTnlllahaasce.Ficderirk .
urea or comment in this paper before our tlte tl rcprcstnt W.t r Uidiict in thn Tcr- Leon Counly, I. At St. llarkl, under the superintendence of (north of Arrc.londo's! claim,] fractions Notice; -

editorial% in ICl' his very angry coarse ritolJI8 I I i 'CJ'E are :111Iri7.1] to announce WM.GIUSON I VI > : mu. ship thirteen, of range twenty. public in general, that he has opened afl
: and censurable artii le published by us.Justicia Esrj. as a rani'idatc! to represent Leon i I RoLrit Hume ) 29th all day ffSeptimber, 1838.rjl 2. At Cuthbcrl'b Store. Shell Point, under the Townships seven and eight, fractional townshipnine ENGRAVING tf COPPEKPL.
e bhould not have made such charged County in the i ('xt Lejative Council.D"WE I JL HE take defendant notice of nnd the institution others i"leret.I.of the above will superintendence of A. J. Forester, Edward. C. Walker !. [north i f Arredondos' claim.] fract'onal Office in the Tcrww of Quincy, Gadsden Count
L. township twelve, [south of Arredondo's claim.] where all orders will be executed greatest
on hit *' [ area"thoii/.ed to announce Ci-J. D. and notified and James J. Culhbert. with the
His attachment they are hereby $-
recollection. ,
\.uue censure suit by
KENAN: as a Candidate, ; lo p-piebCiit the Middle : and defend the at JusticeI 3- .it Botker'l X Roads, unuer the superintend- and township thirteen, of range twenty one. care and despatch.comprising Bank Note platesIn-

0 of us for net t abusing Governor C.ill, Judge District in the Terr torial Senate. I returned Iliihard's, ioappear Office in Tallahassee, at st'nc 10 o'clock, on enee of Peer Chairs, Henry Clifford, and Townships seven and eight,and that pa'rt' of town Voice.Bills of Lading,Maps.Charts,Mercantile and
I ships nine, ten, eleven, and twelve, lying east ol' .
Randall and Judge Allen, for their being nh- ITWE arc authorized lo announce C"l. IIDU- the 29ih day of September, 1S3H. F. F1LEK.Sepirinl'er Abram Daniel. Arrcdoado's claim and townsip thirteen Visiting Cards,&e.&r.AlsoCopper
Dis 4. At Tallahassee under the of Plate Printing executed with
PON as a c .mil.late 10 the Jl/iddle C-3w ), superintendence Beat'
represent 15 h, ISSrf
lierat fjwm Florida, is gratuitous As to Gov. [net in 1.the T rruoriil 6'enntc. David C. Wilson, Ro'oerl!, B, Copcland, and Win, twenty-two. ness and despatch-Silver plate of every description
Townships seven, eight. nine, len,eleven, twelve and
Call, we learn that he i id called to Washington ITrWE are i.uthori7.' d to announce JOHN C. I NE\V KACES. Milliard. and thirteen,of ra twentythree.Townships neatly engraved repaired.
At Smith's
Creek under the
by public business connected with his McaIEE.' as Cmivciitioir 1 cuididate: to reprcfer.t 1hdil'n of W. 'Back. John, Smith, and superintendence Frederick I. seven, eight,nine, ten, eleven twelve, Q.uincyJuly25,1838 51-tf
e four.
and thirteen of
range twenty
office, and will return forthwith.Our OWE arc oiithorired lo announce S. J PER Scott. Town.hips seven, eight,nine, ten, eleven twelve, Four Hundred Dollars liewbrdPROCLAMATION !

paper ill and has been open to any RY, E.q. MI f renilidate, 'o represent Madison superintendence 6. At Joseph of Millers Lionel fOcklockony Fletcher, Jotm] under W. Hare the, and thirteen, ot range iwentyfivc.The BY

proper strictures on his official course, or on County? in the Cum.eliion. and Joseph Miller. sales will each be kept open for two weeks. RICHARD K. CALLGovernor of the Territory
I rWE :rr rutborizel to announce ELISHA 7. At James under the (unless the land arc sooner disposed of) and no Ion. of Florida.
the superintend
public conduct ofany other public officer. SUMERUN' iq.: to icprescnt Jf.idibcn Countyin Irwin- Jaracs Kendrick. Willis aud I ger and no private entries of land in the town WHEREAS, It bat been represented to me. I
Course ence Elijah
Over the St"wat I
We are aware that the absence of the judges the next i counci! Johnson. ships S) off-red will be1 admitted until after the expiration DUNCANconfined in the Jail
CTWE arc autl-orire 1 110 J. ton, Alabama of the two weeks. Thee will be excluded Jifferson County, charged with the murder Drone
is a serious complaint, and indeed with DOZIER.E-q.asa I ., announce.LnrHT represent TIlE Jocky Club. of thw Course will take place 8. At Pari.h'l Store under the superintendence from the sales herein proclaimed, lands appropriated Uinea. in said County Jefferson, on the
J.fer.I of K. M. Moore John
D. Parish and Miles Blake.
tone, excitement; but we have not deemedit M County in the next Council. near Irwinton, Ala. on the i 23d October next, for 9. Suehee's, under of Wta. for the use schools! ,military, or other purposes night of the 15lh insl;, made his escape from ai4
the following purses : superintendence also lands covered confirmed claims burning through the door of the
by private jail by
ELIAS E. apartment
our particular and especial duty, more than OWE are nutl"lize,1! to announce 1st day. mile beat |ISO 00 Hal, John Hail, and Richard Sanders. surveyed or unsurvtyed, and lands to which pri. inwbichheWasCOnlued. And that ALEX .
candidate re.resent'flerion
the province of others to make this alledged DLACKHURN.Esq in the, a next 1 Council. 2d day,2 mile heat 300 0 .4l Cromartie, under the superintendence of vale claims are alledged, which have not yet been Negro man Slave,the property of William B..-
County .2- R. Green and G.W. Holland.
3d day, 3 mile heels 400 0 Crunalif Jlmes confirmed by law, together with all qaartersections ney, eonfia-cclin said jail in the county sJbrtsidk
theme of discus WAL-
delinquency the N. W.
uewspaper aWE arc authorized announce 4th day,4 mile heats 600 0 II. At Magnolia under the superintendence of and fractional sections which may be cut thereby, committed oa a charge horning and robbinr the

I *''on. The term, "our party" is gratuitously &1 ididate lo represent Leon County 5th day, (three best in fixe) milo heats 3 0 Benjamin Bjrd, Wm. J. Bailey, and N. Hamlin. and therefore made 'o require new subdivisions dwelling house of John Slaughter,on the frontier ia

used Justicia to us. We "naillothecounter'as in the next Council. The Jocky Club of this Coursa met at the Ez Given unde my hand at Tallahassee, this 30lh when such claims shall have been surveyed. Jefferson County aforesaid, mad his ea.ran'
I by as applicable V authorir.rd tf announce- JAMES A. of August, under hand at the City of same time.NOW. .
WE are ,in Club room,of lbi" town, and proceeded dar 18 Given mj Washington
I unfounded the charge of belonging \1 BERUHELOT. E"q.. as a candidate to change regularly th to thee appointment of officers. On mo [4f A TLIN, Judge C. C. L. C. fourteenth day of July,anno Domini .THEREFORE,in pursuance of Ia_, I

r to of tlw factions or parties rtprt ent the Middle JuJical Dlslnrt of Florida, lion made and reconded,Dr. Benjamin J. Harlonwu Adminisorator's Sale, IS38. M. VAN BUREN. do hereby effer reward of Two Hundred Dollara

, any petty compound of the co'Intiei ofGda len, Leon, JcrTer- unanimously elected President of said Club, (XnilE Subscriber will offer for sale on the 10th By the President for the apprehension and delivery of each of aid
in Florida. We do not intend to become at sot Hamilton and Madison, in the Senatorial James Whitcomb, offenders to the Marshal of the Middle Distxiet.
I and Cu!. John W. A. Petit and Col.! Fort, Vice 4ll of September next, at the late residence of of
lathed to any till they can be organized on branch of tbe net Legislature. Presidents, and Mr. John R. Fort Secretary and Martin Harden, deceased, all tbe Stock of Cattle, Comrabsioner of the General Land Office. Florida,or in aayjailinhb Middle District afore-
WM. P. I do
ssidaad hereby enjoin and 4
authorized to announce require aJl
i principles. We are not identified nor do eWE are candidate to the Middle Treasurer. bl. beef and stock caul belonging to the estate NOTE BY TilE COMMISSIONER. rates and peace offleery be ', xaacia-
) Esq. as a represent This Club is now regularly organized, and the deceu'd and the sale from day -
.e tatead be office hoi District the Territorial Senate. It li understood to be in contemplatioi to estab henaion of the said offenders.
t to to any politician, prospects for good sport is flattering. to day until sll are sold 1 will sell beef cattle at

( der, or not to any 'clique," "nucleusor ICTVVK are authorized to announce D. BELFORD The patrons of the Turr in our sister States, private sale if applied for at any lime.JOHN lish Florida a cordon at military considerable posts distance acres the to Peninaulfco the south Hugh Duncan is abett five fett 10 inches hick
EWING, Esq., a a candidate lo r-presenl South Carolina, and even the HARDEN, Adm'r. dark skin, black hair *fld eyes, thin Tiss *e. n5
f et of men" whatever till that time arrives. of the lands proclaimed, for the protection of Ue
District in the Territorial Senate.A call abort old
the Middle Old Dominion, should give u I ; we promise Sept. 1, 1838. 33wAdministrator' frontier which will afford an ample opportunity to thityyeara WM originally II. the
We pursue trie even tenor of our way.-fol -- ,-- them all in the way of convenience and luxury, that purchasers, ,prior to the sales to examine the lands lower part fKortb Ca76liaa. And said !(
mp and flourishing country can afford; and a Sae man Slave U about five feet two or tint iiba
loving our own convictions of right regard NEWS anew large portion which is represented as being re-,
-jj0st.Miii1Ls. good bealiug too, If we can. IrZI"THE SuLaribr.i offer or .Ie on Ihe valuable. high,thick act,quite black, of a forbidJts. ceo>t.
less who it pleases or who it dirpleases. We : The Proprietor expects them to give him a chance 3 day of Domber the late residence of ry NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANT&. nance, a down look, sad vh a seldom

know thing more toad Harden, deceased,of the of Decatur, Ionksup.
of DO ilistinctire "party1 in Florida to do lbi. every necessary Marin county
.rrvec to the spirit of the Turf In this section of the Georgit,*!! the stock of Horses,Mulct, and Every person claiming right of preemptionto Given aadcr my hud and seal tiie Ittk day ef
with which we .could consistently with Steamer Frances Niles, master. Household &ud Kitchen SLep any of the land. designated in the above proclamation :.
our llth, Vineyard, he ere long to see Ho lily, R. L CALL. ,
views of principle} ally. They are too per 12th, Schr. Henry, Clark, from N. O. mora spirit of racing whrca it acme bop la ToJ Wtgous, Car and Oxen, Blacksmith ,of U the requested Register to and prove Receiver the same of to the the proper satisfastion Governor of Florida.

onal-tnent struggle between individuals (orpower. via ApalachicoU Md*. to Sundres.27 Stables and Utter jrrstis.CRAWFORD .SPROWL, Proprietor. .mention., together Tb. sde to cootisiut articles from too day tediousto to day land office,ud make payment therefor us goonpreti&b1e a* Sterna Ethe,
13th, Brig Lucinda, Harkncu! day after seeing this notice, ia order thai A. nxecelUnt ENGINE of snffieiejnt
We have bow ever elsewhere beena ustil ill tra told. JOHN WARDEN, dn'r. power. so -
R. Foar,
teu'y.IwintD claim L.
from Mew York with Mdz; Sundries. ; & SspU ilL 183R. 4-4 the may adjudicated by these officers djv.twopslrsMillStcne., aM .
party man, and when jhe occasion deroandikf Aurast t8t,1B 5. agreeably t)law, in da Ume priori to tin1 day ap- Saw ,is offered Cot isis poi ieaa ". _
shall : Clear Notice. Notice.A (pointed for the OOID".ftmwt ef the yrWie sales SaoflEU H not 1M aoU ia tuwiabiag '". Penon
we hesitate stand
not to take our Sept. 9th Brig LWIS with Cotton absence from the Territory, NY person hiring my Flan Of tbe City and all claims n.tdoly made know*sad pcid for u put op a Mill ef any scfjp&J.'ta.'J

*(*ia. Oar motto is MZ,aj.a sum Fair;"' to New York. DURING. KakJer my il my 4 will confer a favor br I Lesvmg it at my Ale prior to the date aibresaJd arc declaued by law to a ctxm cowtry can luve a ratrvi fcpardeolan i'

wd if in Hunger- EDWIN W. DORSEY.8t Lion Rm. R. J. HACKLEY.. be forfeited. lAMES WHITCOMB, enquira t/ W. R.JOMD.
parking our course, our n I Left U. S. Steamer I .
Izr 1831
Commisacoer '
15h Marks. June ITih 1838. 45-tf .41: : of the Oe>en) Lan4OaVf Cot..ln.. saa.lus. 1.4th. p32.
::3 "IIOIt17! assailed, at in this case, by 11 to Se Master for Camp Rive.

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- -

a'WWIi u'sV ; ': S.

which boast of ingredients the Life
-ri.fiIdJRkL3tor Y- ries, vegetable ---
I ----- -
S -- Pills are purely and SOLELY vegetable? and contain '

$ NotIes.2 INOTICE. n Leon Superior C >art. May Term S NOTICE. : NOTICELL neither Mercury, Antimony, A macace,nnr any other "itr ,

1838. HE subscriber 1ms just rcceired from Georgia A those indebted to the subscriber will please mineral, in .my form whatever. They arc entirly

months after date application. will be'made Richard Dawson Plainti/T, ivs. T a first rate 50 saw gin, and three of 40 saws, .k.. come forward and liijuiilAte their accounts, composed of extracts from rare a nil powerful plants,

SIX the county court of Lean for letter Sin Replevin, cast steel plate, which he wishes t. ?til nn nccommodAtin either by cash ornotee._Nointei'tion of pressing the virtues ol whichthough long known to several
county William Damson, defendant. ) term*. JOHN ISLER, tha parties n contemplated, but simply u gctascttltnient Indian tribesnnd recently to some eminent phar-
of .dismission from'the administration
of the
estate ON motion of Uie defendant, by his attorney Eight miles cast of Tallahas te. tic rerc the biiNinessseason recomuicnccs.K.J. inaci uiii-nl ehcmisis! are altogether unknown tim the
of Oarant C. Craft. E. P. GRANT kdm'r.June2 .
li is ordered al'ta bq laid Thomas .
; upon Nos'. 15, 1537 |rorant pretender to medical science ; and were
13m6 1)ason iJ Daon Executors and legil _
'Mai :\jiril2S. 1S. ne\er heloreadruini-tercd in bo happily efficacious
.HOT ICE.IX representatives of the PhintltT, KiH.nrd Daws TIN WARE. -- --- 2O'l'ICI- -- a rombin titifl.

A months after date application will be made s- to apprnrlion> at the next term of this Court, THE subscriber continues to carry on the man S hereby piven, thai 1 llnll present my accounts Their first operation i< to loosen from the oats

to the county court of Leun county lor litters and fhc.v rau e why this suit t-hontd n"t be revived of Tin Warp, and will .it n'l times H. aunt v.nicliers as a-lmiiiittrator of tin: estate 01IUIUCI of the stomach andl'owrhi'the various impnr'.lici'

I,. ois.r.U-MOnfrom: the administration f the < state a-id stand in their names. And it apptarm? have on hand u genrnl assortment: either at s hot Sac i>. Christopher leccnacd. to the honorable and era lilies constantly settling around thm ; and

: .f VM Jl. Rbtt ies. E. I'. OR ANT, Adm'r. byf.a'ifactory evidence, that the *aid Executors ire s or retail, on as reasonable terms ac cm be sold J tittc! of the County Court of Loon County, at I ti remove the! faces which collect in thecuuvotItI.'fl

Jen 9 43mG not iiihilutants of thn Territory. 1 nt live in the i in any Southern m:irket, dri\erab'c! at m> store inrallahasscc. : next s.prinp term nf said Court, Iorny final set !- of the small intesi ivs.; Oth'r imifi-

MO11CK.X State of S-uith Carolina, it is ordered that public WM. II F1IANC1S. t'.emeut: aiui discharge trout sill a.lminiutration. tjflt only partially chnse the-e, and! l la'e ncF! vEcETALsj.L6b
at ion of this rule l>e mad for four months in a pub- P. .S. now an cipcronrrd wotkman I. ADAM WIRICK. collected masse behind, as to produce habitual
months I shall
and afterdate.vouchers tt' the 1 l-present> my tIthe ac- li; newsp.iprr published in this District, acc-irding all articles will he made to order iu the aho\e line SI May ec 42mG rostivcness, with all is train of e iis, or sudden diarrhea
rvudtns n. Judge
to law. and all Job'work' done without delay, either in th1* '
wiili its imminent The second
C Gourt for G. dJcti and for ThCWI'AAC1. dangers.
'ur.iy County, nj.ply
a nnal discharge from the administrattrship of the A true cipy fro n the minutes. tinware 01 seet, iron biuinrss" W. II. F. A FRESH supply ol tins above viitiublc mcdiSL effect of the Vegvtnl.te l.ifePiIhit tntleni.ethtc kidneys !-

estate of the late William Gilleland.der.tfllClllUALD Teste, THUS.: 11. DUVAL, Clerk. Jan.G. 13 :S-tf cine, iust iceeneJ. For sale by and the b'udder'! and by this meats, the liter

SMITH, Jr. Dated June 7ih 18J8. 44m4 STEWART:; & 15ARNARD.Mny in'! the lungs, th' henMiy i action of uhi> h cntiuly IIAVINt:; stooj the test rf earr-erienfe are

Ahnjnjstrior.Qnney LOST.ON Commission House, New Orleans. 2' ___ 42 depends ufon! the refill irity of the itniary nrg.tns U) the public a* rjeeid; dl Tpenor
LONG & GUIVOT, The l Jii il wbfrh takf* its red erh.ur from' the to any conbn- ticnfn'O'riii ,
> > i>
May 12. 1817. 40-Cm Tallahas. iMTl: DiijT. LKON JSI I'T ( ( gmey CTfft
Thursday the 10th itul., l>ctwccn
r.vtablishi hem>elvcs .it New Orleans Ot.iI'1 of tlit: liver and the lungs before it passers into tothsAmorconpropre. Tic rrornVtor
No'I'ICE. a and Like Jaclcs-, on the road leading :HAVE I omission Ru' f ( of tU,
f o-tion 11" Co < heinz !
I trans e-j, I dip heart, hem; thus! {.nrifi'-d by Ihmeni, an I notirsh- pills, a regular bred Physician
IX months after will be made lo Stewart's Ferry, a calf rktn pocket Ixx)!:, containing ti.eir fnerds anil th- \ s J. dam. Att.-'h) f T S S.JOU, is iu-cl I anj harbr
dste, application and so'icit th patron ige nf ; ed i.y ("ml coming fro n a, clean 'lomacb, courses i 1.rarticclbis firi.te! !:( on \\t-i sively! fur
the Hon if the Couit of several notes, one note against James J which ilu their lcst scivices.Arr:17 Thoiaas J. Green ) May 3, I-4.! : r. fl. to NovomIcr'Tenn I many Tea
to Judge County public, to v pledge freely thM'igti the vie-is, reriws evt-iy ;f'ari "f the in ( tile i nt clurates, is.eraLIeiH.tofTcr! tlt'
Lon County, for letters of dismission from the administration Spears for Filly Dollars, date n.n ucollecti d. whichnoteispiid. : 35-tfO _ I I8'.W.TEdfendant : sy ttni, ami triumphantly n'oiiiil. tl.c banner cf I r led in\al-d a rr.fdi.-ir.i1, r. the etrect.s if ip aS *
One note tint Diiralmul hotel interetul wLii.b
a in raid an-'all' other h
of the estate of Hi7ekiah Waters, ; i asp health in the k. is willing to risk his e
l-ioomiirj reputation.
: diet
i ins for hunduid dollar. ued the 27tli ofMarch JLST REUEIVEI). saJ
one 4 diy wil.: take m.tioe of tli! >- inMilutu n of suit
ate of saidconntr dec."L.UKEY. lie does
The following thf distressing : that
r WATERS Admi'x. 11( uiurh role is i nko j>.\ul. One iiote :>T.:: HUNDRED OUNCES: ? FreiicliClui-11 t>yittaclirunt, r.s afrstitt- :nml tic) .ir r.qtiIr.i dto t arr.onjr variety na preten.l they area Osiir
human diseases tovhirh the Vegetable Life Tills cine or even i'enfci. .n
agrainstJoabVilh.. fir Fiftern Dollars date iiotrecollcftid Aret.ite and :Muiiue i fMor. f U-d sadCAM I every rc-mr-Iaint
40CmNoTICiE. Iliue. Su'pliate, > ap,it ar and lead to tlr. di--laratii'n' its '
tt3. \
May 12. : will known be infaliiabli- be most f.imly I.cli.vci'tlmt iall
\ are ci' :
_ ilifiv
one against Si. II. Courtney f" f""r Line, antI a .r'; a s.irtni> ntof Fnnh JUKIChemicals. -, according tn I th*: funu of I iln- statue in r---1-I {dollars, one in fdior of B{ //. Berry, drawn by E.igish! T vivv M l. :::iiiy Medicine rase made ant'j j rot idd. C. 5S. ** I I'.LF.Y. DYSPEPSIA I.y tior! -u. elcinsing the Cm : or an nj erieti r.iedicir.e is rCet4 ti1 r

SIX: months after date, ap( li-ation will be made j \Vm Simon \\ hioh i is ah.o paid, tin aniuiiht ntt rc- Cli.Vs, and a Urcr Mipply .il Drills, Meoioii.i Atty for 1Itff. and icr-nncl storna.-lis, and.-ie.itin n How (.f pure will be found tar stirciir.r to sr.y of th >se I'rasn

U.tu. l eofthcCounty Court of Leon I collected, with two let; da'lar IU.-TCS, out live dollurI i Perfumery. &c. v .e. ForIf; bvWAunr.L May.v.h;:I IS"S. :'0-tf lipaKhy bile, insteid ot tbstah: and acri-I kind ;- purgative n.licines whci: are sc m'-eh p' iii

County for letters: ol 1 dismission from the admimstrathn I note, ai d two orr. t'olUr', all bil!> of ihc Un'ion, $. LEJFIS.M.ty : P1sACoiTTTNSItIN: ___ : Flatulency, P.tlpita.i >n tit tIi-; hear', !oS of dppe- th" public prints ns parifersof rle oVot!.

of t'ae es'aic of Francis I3r<:us. late of said 11 tik, with a r.utiibt.ri-1 thcr, pa i r* not nuvrcfollectod. 19 41 HULJSK.NF.V tie, Heir-burn: and Ile.uli.-hc, Rt sthipsr.cs] IIIt' taken nccordii.g to the iirecionjtht !

collilty, detejeJ. ClURLES BECKSTEIN, AM person.* arc furvr-iri cJ J'rrm trn- CITY or rr.N'SAcni: A.TBIII mp. r. Ami. ty, Lanpnur, .tr.d Me! intholy! v. hirh mttity are highly I ntEc-al m the) ireyeaU'

April JMIi. tR3S -38 Cm Admr.IS'OTIC din f.r any of slid . :-sia. will y.uii.liaa andcure of Hillou! Fever, F, vrrar.rl.\i ue

i:. paid byihi! drawreY-s. I will cue r..coinhli re ri i \\ \ Es'jliscrihe'rp-pc'-tfully! ill IIT1 I- JL turn tnrc if t.i- \v< II kn.)v. n t.ibli-hm- nifr ; natur.i c nscijii'T.ccof us cure. CoMucntsby -?, I Di.'pcpsia, Liver Compair.! {<, Sick Headache

I make returns to wSIX arti to any pcr>o i vvhn will I'-'ivrr the P..rketn : -.& tornis the ciuz.nsi.i T.ul.i L f in Mr. Tay'or, fie lat-- [.r pritor, will 1." r< atly cleas.sini; ; th whole length of she irtctnts w-ti! Jaundice Asthma, Dropsy -
months after d\to, shall H; nk I coiitcnti! I'M.., ,n 'o \ I'. Dnval Tilla-! 1taee it.l i.i.itth'.t l he ha to reid cc vi-i'i r> by the I -1 of April! nrxt.j a l\en: lirtiie''i, nnd! *vttloiui'>l< r cc ; all vi leiit Rhenrnalistn. -

h morale! County Court of Jetlerson fruni couny ttc;- n s ( c. THOMAS S1.MSON..May r nu.icn: cd fhe 1:1. uu, :i."i. I it.; i>v l lKoot \iin r u< asi'l; f ost'.y nn: ri.ftn-r t> wil! !1.'S i purges leave the bowels ro-.tir willin iwo t'avs.' | Enlargement of "(lie m'plecn[ ftlff,

and apply! to tlisarc f-ir a tirhrge G. T. 19 41MARRIED .itiit >i Loe> :n t..ix i \ I n: in the nrranmi' tit's .1 fl1 r.Tonvnn: '; '. r tiiarrlid-a a'> dChu'.i: ra, ly removing I;> acrid Colic, Female Obstructions, IIcart-Lurn

ad.nini>:rii"ii "n tlir> o.-'a-f deceased.II. >f Wilusni. iLUCs'I1O. t i.' liui'I t imnr i I'eiy; i'| pn it>. .Ii sloro if .Man-i i '.. IIi.'ioNew and ;tt.r. rt ni'i.- ii' n-. !t.i- j until, hy wtIm! : ( th 'c r. mpLiiitre c rc-nsuirr.!, Nausea, Furred Tongue, Distension of the,

MjClclIan.late of nid Vo'JNG< Dbrtlcea
.:t. tni\vrfity ot iilasgn-.v Scotland, long CXJMricnccd cd lu ma-i'iTi' 'tr.- !( :m it. -le-iu liz liiK o: !,;:nr>. A tal/le will ; r attac'.ed' u;> mucus incmlrane. Fe cr t f all k.nds, by rector ng ,
oJnCi. in the b'-sii cs.t' tutt'li., and .unss-t; tnedto l be lia-c.; >oil v. rl m n :n !i. e.nplur, and ill', if I llmi'-e I ; witb {r:iv.I tc ou.u .liniioii! Jur t>. S I I ] the l/o''l! 10 a reiih.i ir r itt:riatuoi.! t thr. njh il tfir.i- Flatulcncf! Ilnhittial Cofvr 14055 of
Mount Vcrn >n, April 14, 15I)>. >. I F.rr.u I h, ta'.i nil! b. c< < n! : and ih I Ii Blotched Sallow
read the hUt! undi-r in.lunie conics r.ttr; hi< v.ok to b ..nnr in t' e be>t r.iaui.e:, aru; at j'e.rr..g .i curiia p'-r-iriiitionin oine ca-'F, thrpmjh appetite r.r ComfIeo ,

: \s r Nol'icE. \vh cand preoara'ory tatp! <- for, .111 1 iiicinlrs ('I!, tIe: Souti I tea* 'i.aMe j..j..c.!
a'ur''at-' 1 hall ac- Coll tiim If I5<> j'sfno-i and titer! rep.tiiln dune on Z.l r *:m 'row boatwith J t.. i.t.iiiie tilt m f>r the ; The LIFII L'lt.i.s hi\e Lefn kni.v.R toeure rl.ei-: *,
lina -
mints present my Car<* :g \vi i to > t i jierma- uhere a carJliartic! r.r nn i is
SIX ani the Hon.t > t iedatti ertnS. t>o of i.tIors. 1 L> an I other nsciicnt..<> 'innti-m pertnamrrly! m tl.r n !k-., at il (I'lii: m aponf-nt nect'ed.
an.! vor.chetf, apply to r.entlv (at th" -xj'irat 1% for final pettlcmcm I'Ii I.! t Dually lout d a' st t- jug p'u-i.-. v/iii a-o! l b-j tir- h.ilfth.i: ;in":, i.yr iu'>\in! >n 'roin y are f.xe timely ii.\l: in ta: ir ; er.tjor, f re
L'O'i of Fl tiiia
I In County Co'ii rf County, n : i jwt i as IViiici; al t.t i an a a'oiuyor I 1' i.1til I I iiIt.f.3S ducing neither
ru-Li.! inii tl.c insi. -ii .iit'j li nsutl, jrnj.nij; nor dot
ofthe !. an. > 'louct -t s cit to r'ir. wiihth S inrnt* -'thfc >in-v. Dr.psi. <: tit/
and di c "rr(* iron the administration& Cj It c- His i idy lia s ikvotu1 alio; : vtears (' j'
late of said *. .-1. iuiur: .M.d j"iet ut'tl.f I.. ...r .e.s. Th-i t t n.1 l kiiiJ, I.- t'jt 11it.' nnd s'.rn il.enin the k'll- Wherever cues' IM > l.ave '.e, n i cefmiy n'-ioJortd
cststc of J-tni'-s Lii n. County \ to tho arluou* ties ( i{ ienil: : o 'nrution -
: and liiucr< iv.i! ti i.I tl. i e-t .' id iiic ii ind bl.i ihh r. intua ti f-y \ deceased. .L tiLl tiLC2it (0 tIlt'- ( it tie !t'u''ic- jf hor li.i.- DItV) I InjlHE (; onls j ijual.ty ; tn 11u.e hey ( [)2: .tc ii.os- deigi..I 1m.Ly' mfdy, and
? a tu I -11_ j.Iy f 'if a t arz l h sar! iy! bi tn,m on th'se irnjoriint or nnn> d h& nee 1 lave ever1'ben 'ore called for again and aq>.in, which u sufficient
IIOBSRT It ifeicncts far cIipetticr .in l i-harafr e III bt Jv. >c r.l>ev ha tit tee iv< d nn-1 !- no' "l of ti.eir ir.JO'J ti .
0.tic mcii. Iiits nb .lit tiC l>t of .Yl to'iinl iiecr'.im tot the pri. jynl > ?
rcmeriy worst r--i rf :
: s
A'J"mr in ri ''it <>f 'n* wife Susannah g i'i to Li'i-jAiy: i >< nt'tntu! Siuth Car.*lini .H. o.i! ' i anal as <.itm nt of IJIJVJOOiS. : iy.Mi.
F.G. I'-niia. d. uhofotin. I t. < iavel. AN! i Vim i' iVrlinps no article ot the kird ins ever !
r'.y ta pj.tir'H by iLkt1gmn fiom tie eu of.fered
A. Oice1 fir- ,< tly Susanna A. Lem -itMro.d I tu It. L. l: lm >* d' < u.taiic! J 1.r 1.1 'a on.AI.M j : I to tin
ni *. 1 Xi \ i \Vt..iii.i. n City, will r .i.'ti. t ih Hotel i turni'K of the bowes the -'imy minei to stI. th j.ubiif, surpo'ted by lot.iiibQitLs; of a
Irtt 21- Yorkv.lle V. c. v.-ith iminvd j
: 1(1.) t i A. ill meet C > '
ittcntii.n A fiw ca-fx-t ia-ba.'ti .i !. II \T? f. r il e Pu'jwt-' who, wi h s.m. Ii ai.t!, onI.' -j.tly tl.p-ec e-.t'ire? ..dheie ; A' ;hr..a.nd L'rr.sninp'ioi,. character so lieei-ne, irotn Joiirc'-> resjectaUe,

AUTJCJi.A : Ii ii io 1)( ).' T.S .',- Si 1< >KS. hum article ensure th : \U.ti>- >- uj" 1 it y .:ur, and I.U lur.its by rl l ttnii 1.e! tie ves-ts! (.t the Ion;. fruit ihe; j I or that Jiac ::riv r. more n- :veil 'atsftrthn."J : .

LL persons ind'.wu-d to the cstatr of the late .Nui'ii(: :. .1 fuWd('Z'J.. | !': > ol L... .t. I Fill'a. K'd-ujxii.S >. i; < rally, i that they w ill i > cuVi tvrry ftI"i.i.i at- ]: n.uca<,; s'i:.'htcolJ> wiLt! n, tvhith hey the tesiiir.ouy of the wlo'e! otJicalprofMon

.Jja. Char'.csA. I> lv-n, arc requested to make A T til's first Term ui'rl.e County Coiitt of Leon U'.M. 1 H. FIS.May { .Ot tt-itt.c-n ; an.. tbt_. ti y txjii.r's t. j.i.e g i.< ral atula tin >'- icni'iv.I I c : u's Ii tr er.e.t. and j rcduct > I in tic r iiorvrhi LO: a si> jj case otul

payincnL1 thC utnivki ii.c'i andaljiers! >onslmingliinsMir ./3L Couiity, in tin- :year I > illve shal. \ r- sent : : in::,, icr.%. -la-t;' 'i-in. t ih-e tint nMtl di>eivs. Scurvy, Ucersv and In-i s or ir.etTioiency cn te aReifjtiligaintt

jite em the -tmoior pay mint, projieilyauthentic our accounts and you hcr, d-apply tor .' faa, 'i hiI.I I. cal sdi&ni'.t' r'sbf thi h U-C arc ti.o well; \ t rue orcs.iy t t.t: pert", t-t ti.Jruy v.Iocii These them.

\\ct1, cr the sr.tvoi'.l be barnd. < ttleineit. atiti dUlurpe is Kxe-utui.- the is FIFTV DILL\KS) IJrWAIlD.ICIIArlLKll.t.ALA t known I in ii'p'la1.. .i .hcned >'.' n >\ t.T. 1 hir'. Ti.e'i I.if-: Pi'U.e I f c hi d, n i al; tt.: e i..nif-u-'; I! lltindnrJ.ard thonr.ds! h'es.the ijn tl.fy: le-

P. Kr.RU: t late of Drury William, d riaol.GRtEX .T.tftihat IVn a u'a :s tic Lr.,' -t r.-ival: station ij>'f' .Torl.iit c llnif.'i is. ar.d iiti r'>-nj-lexi IlS, I y thc-r: rare ae'iain'ed! v.ith I'etTS* Vera fc fills;-

JAri. A. BEUTHELOT, H. Cil Vlltl'.S.: ) r S fil.eGid-j; : | the <>..\crniii lit, the %> r r n.vo' ;> uf tht a Ites ati t. til', ct u{ .n i the i1..i.iJiha' Led f e -kin, I| w. i.-li, in co fii/cncr.o'tLrir extraord.r.ary ptKl-

j Administrates.Jan. TOM PETLR CIIAIUEg- ) IT tle.i i''n'ir.ty Ji.l l .i thi i'i.-taii'. ThKi.l I !:d Gull Hsnadion ; t.i-! MUI! icy: '$ i-clinntr re-I| Ihe iii'iibi.l -lite oj v Liih uccsio.: ..s cli tropti.e I IC i ri'-' luue nttiiined) a FCPVIAUTT CMkicitUTV.D -

.20. lotS-21i March 28. If33. 31 G: ,', ; .ila iin Iii j.<* Mn, n in. al!. .. on E i l'l'i(I -hel I con-t lit lv 'ii t r.n.'t.i.-iinn.irr' iioitii.-! > Iy'is 1 i.i'i mi i !*, -al'.wM! >,!' }- ..m0hr.T! disi. iet-a' j If.omj.leAioi's. [ in t'.c' history ct' Jfe-.ifine.

-- is s'r.u' ;iu I : ,.. fivfict; scu'nr ( i'h' ii.r1 r> | ?i.e I ttf.t-: Jroin t .r t.ulf-the !ii auty i.t'; |' .- '1 he i.-t r.f n'le-i- 1ij. f r a Tt-rv-hrrt I It Tl.e I very eircuin-.iaicealnne: that PfcysicisLs.ineiry
NOTICE.m q'q:: I ii; sit, l Ia> i.lne ye*. nn J I'.itrhiK. :n.d ic ? -ilr- J i I i.iihe Union, but '. .
I t.nie w rnr'.e
il-i> liny a nil the negllivr i ng i-land-j and uvtrs j i e.iectan en ire cure i.i; Rheuiii, Eiyjr.ij.cL. part ; tea y i: its
: MONTH? after !itc. appii. :a'lin will heina-to to th aj ... iiitdrine.l, inorms th. ably m nke.i wi'limn'l! ;> A. I ni fly 1 FIFTY I IDOLL.4RS niiui ami del .-, aniLi! :.ii 5ithern 5tie< where they l.ave In i
tie |
of stu ee.
; m Imcrabl! Ju ivt'c <*.. |tt of ** >nCouiiiy f-ir l tftenof j.v j ; at.ce no :i.e !i\ L flit n: in hertunc! : -3 incse,
L dimictin; fHczcklab rn lb.; ir'niMHc-tralion Hf the enateo planters of Leon and n.lja-cnt C"untic, that he lial. 'S. :; reward f.r il.e ann !Ieu"ic'ru t.d di)'e. ti.p waters al'tuirul.' ar.d! p-iixinu'v tin! !.{ -! Smi' ill tl e i' in Common (, ..!I.p! asi-i Inflticrr.anl I : a'e iTuitviii free use *.fil'eni in ,. u ft .-ucp, pciksvo'v.rin

.1 1'onder. iiecraewt.. Ule.n aid county. tn idc anti appointed DAVID C. M'n.bO.v his ..ttomnei i livery in tins p'acof the a'd Kdl.di i, is ho w."* tl-.ern in ukt' give PCII-.SCO! t the prefrrenc.- oyer ale. av. I e rurrd :.y i.iif iose! or by two, ev\n in > m their praise. Ad la this tl.e tact that

AW'OVUBH.. Eiwutrii.KdlRAIM to sell E. W. IMt's patent Cotton (JULTIVATOKS. 'T1ci i and whij.ped in /pnach! .cul i, a; sentu.r.'i! all I o'l.erpbc- in I il.enlatin.ds, nn a I Uclthy ar.t.1 the wi.fjt ea es. l'ile-as a rem -dv fo: ihi. mo.cin.1 ail! who use thf m iiiasiable r c'rr.menJ t' em t1.eir >
G. roNDEtt, Executor. He rcspec/fully in\itcs tile 1'Zantcrs local! to three n onhs: in prt-o'nuent. !i-tres friends and time in th'ir
March1.13. 31 I| (1' linlitfisl s-imrner uii: stii.ate< milady, the Ve-e'a'-Ie testimony fa for ifalni'st
_ and examine for themselves. I... J. IJELL, J-iW. lirit will Life Pills desert irycitjl.jk. .is .in
I I rate run h'tv.'een Pcs-.sacc'a audIn'iile e a distinct and emphatic rcc.'mmendation. I| Acutilioa.unedj,
': roT1cE c.1.. CLAIUUCTallahassee. //. Qimini ;-. .MayTihW\ -l--tf I anti will nt all: tin.c* l lnl>le to take tl.c! H iue'l! known to htini'red! < m ibis : and to pre- eat cosiiverts', Thy I Ia' e ro i
SIX months frlrn ii ate. I shall apply to the Judge. .- Pec. 2C, 1 IS3G. 21-tf ILMOT'.SDR. CORN CURE.- ?ng'rs fruiii the! .New OiUaiia boas.! city, that; the pr .prietur of thee invaluable Pi Us. One fifty cent lox will e tabL: h ti.eir character

Coun'y Court fv-r a final discharge 1d.t \\ \ 011CH.T3I. ELLI JTS PL.iSTERhasbttnusul with J! N. 15. ARNOLD.PCPMC. was l.ini-e.f anliclid with this complaint; for up and i rove that there i-J truth tveu in an adurtmg;
from the administration of the estate ofenms ..l I\b. i 15: 183 wards ol five nicnr.
.11. ItA.XDOLPII, ATTORNT.YAT irnmon sucfss : And xvl.ertvtr 'it has thirty years, a'd thai he tried in van
Coleson, deed. 11-'n6 JOHN LAMER, Adm'i. V V LAW will practice in all the Cmrt- !, inr: >diiccd, has i.pcrdi; d the tie ofrtl.trreme G-ntleiiini! is1Iivit.> ensaje roiira, f'.r their fanaiies every remedy prescribed within the \% hoe compass More than two millions of boxes of these ceV

-Mar.-hlO, Iil3: i n Middle Florida, and will a.tend tobuch business !">ir the "-uie oft.ori-. ran aJdies> the proprietor at Peiiiarola, or of the Materia Me.ia. He, h-\x ever at length, tried bra-ed: Pills, I ave been sold ia the Ucied: Siattj

Nol ICE. as may be entruMed to Ins care. Ufiice in the build A fcwapj'li.Mti(> wifl entirely the Turl Sew ill T. Tay'U-r, at New Orleans, the lot me r the median.: w hich I.e no otT'-rs .o the pnoli.-, and ?ince January. 1935.Dr S

months after date, we will p-esent onr ac- i ng formerly occupied; by Ca.l and NValker.OctobT tst r< ris, ur.d j rovcnt further piin.: he was cured in a very short time, nf-er hi- recovery Peters has eeived npwarJ of fi.'ieen hundred

SIX an.l vouchers to the Honorable ili< >ti.! 1637. 13tfC Puce JO ctnl i per box. with ihirciions for ire. Ii.fcregiCcs- V4Ib; .Mr. C Culliim t, hd been pronounced not only improbill, but certificate-, all jiven in oi.seqtici cc of tie

Judge of the County Covrt of Iron County, and O PA IIT N"K KSTfi"!1'. For tale in 7allalia' c. at lh Drus St re :n E--q., Lieut. K.bby, 'i1t.bite-S T Toy absolutely! iniFo.tsit'e, by any human mear.s. gOOd done by Lis itILt'icincs.

pray to be discharged from t'.ic administration on \ 1\NDOLPH iV LFAVI0..May ; Pli-r, P Rta, New Oileai.s. DIRECTIONS FOrt USE.-Th? propr'e-or of That i he public! may rest assured of tliewlumry:

the eiUte of Iltzekiah Ponder, deceased. T EIE subcnbcr> have this dty' entered into 18 h, lS3i. -U-tf fie Vr.cET. cii: LIFE PILL, (I'C3 r.otfolloiv! the a' e effects of these pills jind thn truth >nf the above
copartners-hip under the firm of Taft Holt ;: COURT LEON COUNTY tatemcnt?, the fdluwins
ANN PuNOEIl, Ad.n'rx. an i mercenary practice of ihe quails of the day, in lefers from medical tea
L E. G. POXDLR, Adm'r. S. S TAFT STORAGE, STOHA:, AC.HE Srr.iNc TERM, JS3S. aJviMiig pcrsns to take his Pill* in force quantities. fully:!emen sabnuitted.CLAakaSILLE of tl.e fist. pfctafeility ore most rc-'ptc

April 14 3GUnion \V.l.iam Ililliard ) N godriwdidrle can piisiblv I e s required -
GEORG! G.IIOLT Su:>srrit,< r has t t'k'-ii t t Stcrc fni in' ml} 1hlese l'il
T %S > Attachment for $101.T arc Lu taken a led tinic ni2llt
GEOitUE( MILL'R.iark.Julv iiTUj-iid by J. IJ. l\a--l y F.-iq.. at Siii.tiiksid for week etery !sciLLtrac C Vjl.arrr
t liaiik of Florida. { Cornelm! Jontz. ) a "r f'rrr.ktlit, arcordin4 ti the o'stnarv *) .
kRDEtiiD by th H-ard of Diiettors, that I t 1 l:7.;: .11 M 1 \\iii .it cud i to th storing; LIli iifoiai1iii ()lLlie tjt4 ase. The esu.sI do-c ii fron 2 to 5 a- Jets J3>7.
of HE Defendant! and all othrs intere5td will ,
u a.u e : ai I.t- aiLn- DEAR SIR I nrs for the transiction of t.usin'-ss in I n.ay oring; in the eonstt'lion: of: he : cmbrarelheopportuni- of exprtss-
Clerk's Office, fjcou Superior Court t-ihi- i .in ltv diligent tut--ii'i"i 10 hit I b i- take: t.i>ti'-f 'if the urtititi' n of th" nb.ivt I person. Very dci- i ins ;o yuri ratifi ante
future Lefr-uii 10 o'c1 -r\i n. in. UI> til 2 o'clock m. ; !cjti. 'er ns sliou'.d Leiim itli tnt my > anon Sice..vtthictibm.s
Ju 9 44 JdllX PAKKHII.L. fasli'r p. Middh:' Dis'.nct of Kl .n la, J u.nary (d;, I Iflcha. Iriid. n- s.;, l.c h' nc> to oi'a; i. .1 I 't.. ril: | hue of | ul.].t. uit by .ittai-litni, nt. and are r< nn i -ur t.IuitIcFit.!*
I'aroi.a41. ILLIA ) 11. .MAT//LRS. t" the f til I d 'i. >lid IJ. require ; iostiiore
LI in this secti' of It is
Hayward, Coini.ia naiit ) robust. or tI ". rv eosi e litbit, n country. a common fault
Ilolirrl (;aiiblejr. ai d John vs. HnClnneryTliomaJiiTT St.M.nkMay Jl L. A. 7irj.MP.-iON. r.ltilatt'y.. 3, and increa-e to 5. or eveit 5 may bginvithu \vit.: tli: se C' nipoandnJ vend ati.t uiidi-
MYon juhls,
Da-fd 7th; l iSi': they
; jr. a-d n.y fncn.l John I '-ii Green, ikfml't. ) May -3m \v ill t if ct a Millkiuitly ha jij.y ch, ntr t>> gui.e; the c.i-es: t., s iy tV.o mu' h in ti.eir faior, Liu from w.a:

;- Parkllill Esq. TC my ajrctits. ind ill Hf i dto IF appeirinp: by sati !a<:ii-ry evidence, that tiu! Charles Sibloy COTTU.IKOKIRAK patient 10 her lunher ii. fi.s) < .- 1'ills sometimes I have sten of the eficc:* ot" your Pil.'s: I d-> Dot
lfl tjUitit' "luriiij ab-encp fiom ili Territorv. irit 1'tii.i3s tlWv.n think as yc ; tl.ry have rceened unmeriud ,
) my .l < ice: is i tan occa-onickr.essund v. mum:;, though .seldom
). JOhN l-iiitf-il; Sta'os, lint reside-m tin Attorney !litldleDistrirf ofEMo.FFEUS And Cuintnission 3Icrchint.; Hides the solaci: is '.tiy foul; tln, however very i.x monk a'o_ they were aim"-- tLt un-

June -14M ;iDR. >i (r. n.( f nt 'le> s it I IF i nil-red that th Afi.rney j l B ME 1 i: ."..!<-'-. i er,wnnid liii., HI his ff'fn.'s anil I II. be c 'id.-rtt[ a t.t\oribie tiiptoii, ns the may | |Ivrovvn in this pirtrf V'ircima, they are n.w tlmo.t .

it t iid tnt! d.i J apt ear lit r. on <>r J .fc tie I l..t i Oct.'>Il I- a'.t'! CiHiM-r lor .it Lt ;% in tht rulci..i!! n. ||h t. p.,1,1 ii.',n j nenil I, I th tt he l.asri imtrnri i! jvvjll lliid i lin sell'a' cnte rcl eved. 3i .' by putKiii, ipiiar! pills we have. In

A M. ItAXDOLSMlAYING t I.e. iitx., an'i aii! v, i iIc roi.ipU.unn I..II, orilicame lilits. Vr.Mladic' FI ''ri-! '. I lie will attend -.II, th- I Lne; .1 tti.fl 15. k'r :imlVe.rhant Conr isj ri' ance wjl! .*..on r cover. 7.ey usually!; opt rate p-r>with-rv r- l l.e.idarhe, dtr.m empntof.h>- biliary rgacs, aJ

looted huinselfan 'faltalia.ce.! rfcr nil! l>e taKen f r confessed J'igniii'.t him. ate't tIle ( 'o'irts in I tni M f the lowe!.., I ki.o'aof DO

his jirotesrunil Cervices to th [ ubli.-. h -Matter* iiii'iiiii I sti| -r<.'>i' !eciie
$1, is to l be fo'J :-it t'uc otlice of Or. J. II. Ha- A iid it itt fmther onlerud I ha' a e .py >I f this\ \ o"erbe 0r'(11,'. dby'm.. ViKon. n'. .115onk Stir.-. t It inl<:il 'ii"itij in irk.-f, whi'-h !l': ill dl ;">?'- i-f. i 11 takca by lhe moat deli -.ite |ein.ile: nnJer! in :y Their midi! ess nnd certainty el action rcrer

)>iin, ". Monroe Sued.avr pi in c-.i n.iiiiihly! 1.11 i nri:
;/ n _ _- ;.- r pulIu'd in ihi* I I'm ri't.Trsf --'iiaiiit.ii''e{- lie !malI been.V'in the -rhern I I-d :roves9tjf.ceiun and S'tirli-rn mcrktt in lair peri->ds of prpjn im-y. ho"ld take, tta'I bit i.unl5.! ai-d may be civet, ai ait tinier waln-ut any't

', 11 lOS. I U. DUVAL.Cn, ; IMOVAL.| tosnch ore aLt tune, ani tItus coflIflue tu keep the I t'.n &s < tho>e inju'i 'tis ori-ecjtei.ci8! ila: frtf.uenty rut .-
; rtceiv Srloi Jau. 13, I8'WJ3-la-i.'Jrn a> iiiuy It l I I'l-p'-se-l'! b t pat moie, l.tni1 nut orjy jne open : andi-ven two l be t.tken ? fpun the l.iii' ronsinued: use c f ralviiel or Hue
ryiiir. su'isrriKT' .a\c just ('J.y ) ri inij' nlurc the
r.MOVF.I) fiom Uerry'a fc\v.! Na. -1., to ti j the h.iii- i-f t ibir i; prniluce! but 1.1 the inve :iii. nt ofjiinv pii.ent pi.l.
a cr M'%? n'icock, t'ro.a Ua gop, .Ma nc, WATCHES i\VELHY. &r. JLtL< Stole fnrn.irly oi-tupud; I by \l e-sr s. ( J. 1 Il.! & j 1 part of the pr-re-iN, tltitiaV \cry to ti\e. One pill in a solution ol iw.. On the whole
30 t\oj nn il be-r 49Car Botnls, 1} 4.-2 inch T. E. LinJ< .1.crricr,< ori'er..fMtn roe and Jillerin! JL'&TINIAN K. DAVIS, tab spoon* (lull i.fnat.r, n.ay he uen ti> an in I consider them a vain /e discovery. -
F' iiii: vcrib-r has on liunl a handsome Mnt in t. < fv dj-- Viry >
'1000O N". Pin-'nwd Sliing'es.5OO njp- ) an.n: -a te.t spun full ; .e--jeetfi! Iv.
.Sirets. CUNTIIIIX Kill N.
Ni .
: CO.( \V.\e. every
Hl lseho-ee I.imt. ply of it.' i'bc iiriicius: I' liitli he unlsvll ondis > Mrc'tT t'% hours tiii; it p'rites ; I'.r a c'i i il Iruin r-ne to tflii. H./ii-M.: P.

', All of which they ofiWupw rcasonnble term", low usual ICi tili. lie lia< in his eiiptty t o CTJCricn t .NEV 1)RUG 1U1ti';. :.(\ Y.-rk. nve years old, half! pil: ,nj! fro.i, u t,. H). on pii! Dr. Ji>s. 1'. Itcrs.iitri..
C *e l lvat<*b nnktrs.: nnd he o?>uies$ the j.t.Mic
sh. U.
ra > THE iulTrili.. have formed 11. rr. William s"im'. R.-nl.Gjv.nrnrrh ISITl-ER areso calit ti. |be.juc !
Sf.5Iar' JuIvH 4t' t lie will pirJ no p-im* to have tlicir work tI'i.t. > r> a coj'amtrietiiii .. ti.ev ( r N.ET'.Jin 1st TS7.
l 1 prnn.ptly aid in tie V">t in inner.Mr. the I l'ru-i>iiMnc.s!>, under the tiriti ot ce.' Lamer. X. ('ti., tininrv. J. B pSSeittC ro'ter (it re-t'r n-- DEAR SIR : I l.memaiie iri '
ner.t of
J011.N C. JACUUI C..IIi.i". .Vi.n'Zol'n.' U J. Ainu' 'li.i.W. ing t! itt! i.ea th! t. a gut m= v use 7. nrpiU
I B. .Ve'cilf, res-umed the Gun .S.uith but ICandolpIi, .V I.eui. IS.niey, > the g irtnro-i-iiuct in the ii.cipi n: st-'geof D.I. mb.
I'KEMIUM siiicss in l'2,. will he G. Pi.rt--r, Apala-S.ico!.*. Crugk Dalliu, S.JIOIM c .ntitu-on! : a> the! IVnix ? ? .;., ,? j er -:rored *finatP us
riU-iT mj .khop at.d I J'ajvy' to attendin Tiey hay -jus; rrived amid now oifer l"<>rs. !'e.iuic o lire i run tic! a-tic> ot Its 'iw a d.s i Cor".tij-.i'jnr.s ot tI tB' e.; .Ll'i> in the
L : Cabinet Chair 3t Sofa Maker, any jo'is in that! line. door itcftl of Mr Dir e"> rli thin? etatiLo l I h.inent I'ha-n x Bitter are cut n.t ion. The e-iar-en.ent! tithe sret-n.! tljser.s e:' the

Of New York.-lalc from Columbus Georgia.UESPECTFULLY FREDERICK TOU'LF. oti Monroe street a gent ail assurinu-nt! <'fFRIISII t FiLt. :;. i-: (;-I r.-.ts !ou.;.d o dy in certain rey Vegetable of eo pOced tI' 1 hver.sck h ad.icl cei.eral deii'itr. and nar.y
Jan. C -:;-> {tarts ie! \V ostorn tbi
_ : inform* __ --- 2-J-tf ORrC-s, MEDIHNES: P.ylN'lS, :..r.iOIL : AM> LOT roi: SAM: com.iry, winch wi I infalliLIy cure ITVTRVNI> o rBief-? r diseisf, and in all cases tor.n-i ti' n :*> *\\\e
ci'izcns of Tallahn -' with ol 1iE n ill h HOU&KAND) AGL i.S J.D.IIOYD.3I.P.
the iicc, NOl'ICE. together a variety Ptrtumcry and i.Cr c.t all kinds ; wf nexer la I :o eradi.-atc Dr. J. P.
'and nf tbe Territory of Fin LL tl-oso fan'-y latirlcs: fir .le toilet L* 'T, sim.xietl in tri.vt, tp i'itt L 'fl irely al! tlc ellc-ts ot Mercury. i.firatelr Friers.
rids that be has who in tile puicli i'es at PalM n Ilarley's Ill! id frni $ ici the dwt-liii nf R. 15.I; Kcrr. Foi tne soon r
: generally, <> > r.s Pl.y- n .rijntrrsandrr.T.ntry K-fj. t'.rms, aj' mo t pow rLul! | j.repaiataon* of
t .
; aLa ar-a arilla !
4 :;i: rI1 -t ;:t jurmanently lurakd hn: >si'lfin ;<: iujtifsti'd r. in" ni'-r<-hant will be thankfully! rc'xhcd :uul lai I hftillyattci i- ply to i he ubcribcron thu premises. and will cure tie d1.. of1- MrcKttxse. Co. Va Feb. 7t.! I37.

ft.4ql. ; & the City of Tallahassee! HACKLEY.Tallahdiscc dcd to H tfW. LEAH DRVAN. tie IJLOOL) lu lUE Il.i'iI) "S 1I.ivjrz: used Dr. Purrs Fills in r.5y j raciice ft,

;. tL' for the purpose of man rfai:- 14th Mar h, It3.: U' U'A DUEL. May ID SKkncss i.. cidcnt to 'ioun- Per; never ales nn I ml e the. last ;; el vc mot.thI, rat: pei&rc! a gii'riii '

uri"a CA1IINET WARE, UNION HANK OK FLOKID.V.'OTICE J. 11. I! .tNO( ''t.PhL. 11A lie tOt!-ld a certain i it-medy 1.1 m all I I cages or"litrvi'iis; i::' IILIL'II (1 (LI' ii -o. a en itsia afs i>. iL3rtt.u -

r in n'd ils branches, and as- 15. C. LEWIS. COATIMST. (ieliiiy; urti! w akne, t tIe S Iiea.lac.e, iili.ia* :et ems, aid them tti.i;-
most ured
I : i is In ru !bv civcn to tho ..ul' niters to LL nati >:;s, fiin the i Ltocst ites, h.i\e had I tutit< A un;>: e'r.sti. C is. s. produ.-ed by iccip
u> < a r- fir el. : c uit t' e luei.
.:i 'ote the public tiint it will be to thoir nd\ar.tapc j the .at t'dr': t liilc i j.ijtprsbuin NOTICE. L ships, but C. 1 :n.bis .-nly foumi out the w.iyin IS Rln-uiinti 'li. and iu.'Ijmniut 'll-vrarca sate ar.d i.nlil rietc- tieit:- tie
elTiiM'-y tithe
hero instead of rk ( Plurnix,
by eivinjnrdcis importing; W<> l maie rtT md !i>r oxanii .ntu>u in Ch.ii; !It > M I I I |1| I IIEsii'iFrriLriiifoiins I hisfm ndsfind' t'.eru1'-! A miit.rc.i. UI tie tinlinic of ih !:i edt S1.anii1 h t bs deiMoniitrat; d f iV th, iSuteisni'l bet ararle of tic ki.d 1 have evVr useJ.
from the nnd workm willnot uc o' 1 b
the unr t'e.
TirtJi as style jnslup DuP..noEv]. WUnrrji! t-.l upi.fl -a i.-fu.-tti.ilv, 'A. lir, ii.| tt I I.e lit*; pnrc'-n* d I It> -nlii' nckin iiavia'or,| e >;>!r wet C on'y c-ia'.lcJ to padJlf aUnit I urini tlor 'f ih '' r isl-afa: : : 7"ne ISi Eli-t. S :urr, M. P.
be excelled in the United Stms. ne his
p by any mmtga cs and b.JiiiN! uill! ii. s r.i u. the .tftie.: lorxc trail1 *'fDr AL \ llfTcuivi. and thf bu will the iiort.s. Juts.! with tl.e Li o AVli.-nus. It % fill,
j > .i--e-s is m wi'tsr > r wi 1. an.l th. The
i Those wJioarc in wVntnf furniture will do vell I, % qtunJi'y l, token following i* Porn n : re-spccrai-le 4utr
j LirYy
..tion. JOHN : iiay
< PAKHILL, c.uimr hercattor! i.e riot Iiue.l l in his 'iv.n naiii"1 in i ml,. S limit :ut tui sit. 't jf.irs -inrc I lirst \ t.i Uttl! tji n an t.toor t li.r. e :i ; '
:c> : day, alu.ut h li '
the 'an
flat to order! frfim the norlli, as snbu-ril-er wj March 10 -I t l.oir l l-t t Ui.
store o.- -iipi -i l by lh in. II.- rmu'nt hi< ii l aks tth > I : !,'>\vnncc.irrnd 1 Inv dUcoxrrt'i! the; >n viiuijbet > meaK or a less cu l .re
be nMc to supply nil demands uior> tho shot test notier. Intily may >eta'-\i n .it : 11 times. Peter's P.1',*,-I hive sriven trsl l"
<* publf |1'r tie I l.' < nnnuri> iiKnt lie lia re- 1 was I-OJIT'I l-I UKALTII.I Vivcabe: Ti, thi se v.'l o are r.ttct! d ; them a fur :
F. N OT1C ; cc I let' and i he soliriti! > ;i coim..i.anrc < 1 tl I e S.IIIT.Ho ; MH' t weniiidird I kiouu: I rommciicrdiiiv I us aN, t-e! b tte-s \ ill Wjth Pi''i: :cscto'i: aft.r n'-ariy tl.ree d zen N>xchy\ in been u>eil on m>
lt..fLrtni'c (; ft J. I prove'invnlu .
Call : Lockcrmnn '
ov Ilacklcy, -.u'.j'CriU'i.N lJVir.i' !I'-nnc-d :i Las 1 and intl ch. I ut tier! use it! as t'ey p.inLlriin! U i;:;uii th-- I.s-t M and d.niru
R TIIE copartner (Ill \\i c ntin: e to kci p a tt irnlasSiTlmcrit sa : wa not Uy th ii. of I very jj tally iicrea! tla. act ye u.e.r
Ilav \V. H. Brndic Brow-i n ol the
I aid. Capt. will hercalier condurl the D'Ugbu- of '.srh 'd I.e 1 I av n only fri.r. the pnncinl t.i.- ii.-ttu.n h.ibee.i niiendedvjth mire recces ihari
Win. i r- i a !>tre ncvessory for tie! i u, ; t .Vje"(> I in. re a, )iulp Hum t-> tl.tir
A.Alt Ci. il. \V. Braden % Lester j-eif.rm
..1 itLtlus. inliic name ofs'iiv.iu'i' town antI country trade. He jn itt b all! those win valid f) liii: iiali-, licarty an 1 acnvr man <UMI e- ul; tl e >;..m.ieh to <:1s h- p Ionctiot.sanl! er.a- any i.e-hoinc 1 l..x\e ever usrjj und I take flea-

: : a: JLtRNAID. l.a vi' oI1t ndm. .n-ri unt> i n-xuius to l"r 3-, to ccl ll! l iii, 'oii |' rati V. ly >p :a'ins! :. 1 have rent- .' t .1! my ever m.tU'f ae* Tl us into-. the I ow, l< what sure in renvi.cnd Dt the: itt to n.y freruh and

mm.THE Then, shop will be found at the oldlai.d formerly and settle I ihcsa-i.u. Onli I il.e cuintr"ill y mill. I ran lhu, wi'li} c.i.ifi.iem"-'ir. ny own i-x- -p -iily! met nvt'd...pi'ttiterts'.i( :stliti! i ii eiNily: ar..i ret-i.LiK.-Thrr! are handy, safe, and efficienr!! ,
subscribers l Love this day as.socia'.cd be punctually aitcnilcd ii. ai.d i-i-Js furni i 'irnce, advise wiili my fdliy! .i'i/on.e. rednr.d! tl.eimMiths! adnetd bus a trial tote apf-r. ed.IIZMCVP..
occupied by .Mr. K. U. Pci'Kin, oj>j.oMtc the mai- at lI| Dos eft1 e iio! 'nt i i>vi > Iv-ir. clem-t-d!
together undir the firm of [ the lowest marh>-t tip rcrv'cratit' f that t t.u: r.ti.n i> JONES'
ket iousi'. |>r ci. ; pro VEUl-'l'AH....I I': lac. !! of
f i Onmblo Jk Reid, I They will keep full asvortmt nt.* tif Medicines, The; highest jinces giv n lor sill 1 kinds ufrr.untrvproduce. LIFE MEDICINES are'e t.. b s own case 1}! m n I are I't l.appy refill.F:: Kdy, and ertrjry o Prepared! !by Jos. p.esJr! Peters, M. I P., nt 1113
for the of in "
; of'FatllIaQtce purpose. transarlijgbuincs the city! l Dins*, Cl.euiicals, Patent .Medicines 1 &.r., jindpt ALILX.: TOU.MY DUVAL. 1 haVe on lit- at my othce. 07 llfn-ulway, l.uu S lai s of VOFFATsi I.IKPILLS.nrd;: i j'i .\u-u- st4ui.--n H.r th are i fbscirtare 'ijflSf3 l b'

| ldge iheni-selu's tuscil not''in' but genuine arti I- Tallahassee, Apiil'jn, 18-: :!S-tf drv-iK! ol Ictti rs, ft>.in somiof tlLn! o<: rep orable HIT; I LRS, : at 31.. .M. rt PHti.MX meals of tS.ti:. itL! Cl. Ni'. I.O Lit city
will have hand nt all times irt.'y > .fs
They os n generalassortment \ Ufic.N
e ls. J. EDWIN olie'isoftl.iMny native 1-n.l I Ir.n ,. : G7 S-rei-::. New Vrv.. tl..c' l ) : -
te .STEU'AUT, M 15.EDVVAUD v. inh o': *>,l lin I Fr'3i' ay NVw" York. her > >.x coniains piKs,
nfoo !Ii and will be "
disj-osed to servethe'r I"OI{ SALE. the PiiN '
17-tf IJ.\lN.1lDJr.! { i testimony ot'ilie I vim u sot'a A li ( ft )I ir VFJF-: ot.! lined for 2't ran be Lree: t .y ret.-s,
: frends and the public.MMis upon the mo'l faroiallcterms. SEVERAL Light Jcrvy lIzi. ,,'s with har- TAP.LK .VlEDlCIMIVrwiis :. tin- Infers rent fur 50 ccnf-s, r t 1 per land --"\ : ;__.P'1'Le-: .' jklaj :> Pills said ivbnle.saIe
l are
B. GAMBLE. > orS-
1100KBINDERY. computeAKotwn) >r three h \\ln-p tit.rior.s \ er I li t'tt-r! N'mciiUi !-
rsewasons. o'ii : have I ccn nearly centiiaiei !fli -l i S I'a Icussfe. at ]S'tWrk prices)
SAM. REID. rt the (
June 7,18 41GALLIUIIA.VS THE S cribers ha\e opened a bindery in Tal-,' Dec. rr.M. 11. F/MNCIS ruined by Etc ".ill ml UtiMii.incra: rretvir.ition's: I I), fi may L inspected.In .wondernl: crM.-acy of S.t! thv: IVux 4a ) .\ Mheniry Stores of

I iu i hascc, and are {.cparcd to txctule nil branches: 30, lS7. 21-tf ti it f tn! day! will hoar tue w.tnt-, i ih'- Lie: \'e- I nh S lEU'AU'D & BARNARD,
Mjzne <
their buiues. in a. good a stj leas can bu done S hicjncs, anti such oniy, aiu iu! ;irun rse iii permanent fljr: : ina'e and roniplVa-d! r.-ts-s ct T.I NVDDEU KAXDOLriJ .V LKH'IS.AVfvr .
an !
FEVER AND 1c here. THOMAS: HA LT/XLL. good 1'iaUh. JOll.VjiOl.-K.\T. ( 'i->.pair.! .. Fiicr tmttltIlIiIaif! % Rheni2ti-: L ver 5.iVi-! \TfntiefirotyA.VIRlCh.: .

; certain and lasting cure for this dueaae. For Paper ruled tom bills, loiters $ c.Particularaltenti COUNSELLOR 4-A'lTOUNE'i ATLAW, Lit s, i. j ras ant tie! I Jj :;of e. I'y-cp; P I- le Uuuicr. l-y Pr. DAYIDSOK.Ai .

i'i A &alc by m pud lo rc-biiidingoldbwoks ILoitipA. GENERAL REMARKS RELATIVE() MOF. and o'htidisc u-ie Itttity. fit nine. n intjiufy; cm Uf-ad in alt the principal

WADDEL. RANDOLPH, & LEWIS. Newspapers, Ma sziucs, Ac. 4T ILL regularly attend to ImsinrFs in tli FATS LIFE PILLS AND 1'ItENIx! | tu.iu.d >e> of l.rnr .*.aais.. it .. nv* b* tOwn's ii ,' .>ru5, Grorg3: and'ul .

Talhlmeee, April 14, 1838. 36 The subscriber* pledge hit Delves that all orders + Court i.f Appeals, anti l the Superior; Courts IMTTKRs.These : the Plijcnix necessary Bitfr ti :akt" l'ot't he LiuP,; and L.J 1k and enquire for Ptrrns VEGETABLk -

shall be executed with neatness and despatch.I.CUSIJMAN ofLfon, Gidsden, Jack-win and Franklin C.-uniies mc.ii-ints! have long been known and anprecntcd.for nici.Jed. ; la the do>es be tore icviu.. I'iLLs,

8200 HEWABD. & hAY WAlc1.Tdllabasae He trill be found ut his oftlco cm the hundred t foot their extraordinary mind< im.uc iate Mj liib, tS3S. 40-lf

PROCLAMATION BY October 15th, 1837. 10-lf street hast of the C-m House S-junre, near to his powers restoring perftct htiili.! t 4 ]Persons uflering N. B.-Thri-e Pills and the Bitterwi.l g-t all >

John P. I>n Val, Secretary & acting residence, unless absent on professional busincs under nemly every kind of u-ecasc: to which best mercury out of the \vseminfiiiiely: taster than the > STEU'ART k BARNARD
Governor of Florida. LANI) FOR SALE. Dec. 30, k3/. 21-if the Iminnn frame is liable.In prepuatioDS v'f Sar aparilla, nnd are r-

WHEREAS, it hat been represented to me that I will sell my tract of Land consisting of 320 nuny hundreds of certifieit irstances' they tin rtmedy for the nu hin; lit Mo Al lo the he. d HAVE just received fr. m Now York ani Bat-
acres 170 in LESLIE A. have even rescued sufFerers tVon the or all vio'ent' headaches tic douloureux a tVesh of Df.LGS & MEDICINES
ASA SMITH, of Newnantville, East Florida a high state of cultivation, with THOMPSON.ATTORNBY very ser' &r.-All supply
charged with the murder of A BNER DUNN EG ANa J good gin bouse, and crcw, a sufficiency of negro t( COUNSELLOR AT LAIf of an untimely :rave, after nil the *Jefer.t\e no sltrutisotthediy pet>on who are predisjH.sed to apoplexy palsy -Alw FANCY ARTICLES. Pcifumery

soldier of the U. Statei 4Ui Infantry, allitdgrd toha cabiia, and provisions enough to supply the ]lila] 1% TAILAflISSE1 had utterly failed ; and to many &c. should never be without theLifol'uIlsorThe and Drujtest'j Glass Ware. All of which t.ey!
tation the firrt The land is I'LorJuA. thousands they have peinunently ecurtd litters, for one dt'ae in tune tvill l > bo of jood quality. .
'tcornmluedin the town md Territory aforesaid year. mtuaftd S mil* TAVING the o7liL that uii|. sac [ie.: They warrant '
on !bch May, .initant, humn4ebses from Tallahasseeon the Micatukee road and adjoin _L.I. vaIigtve! his practice proutasion (jrm enjoyment oflirail! wiihou which life itself equalize the circulation nt the blooJ. and draw Amonsj their assortment may he found the (0 r:

cape ; i ing Mr. Lorimer-and others. Immediate poss entrusted* In his rim r prompt yn Iii the attention to any btxincsi i is but a pmial bussing.: So great, indeed, has their alt pressure from the head, restore perrpirafton, lowinjr valnaMepopnlar

grow therefore In pursuance of law, I do here lion will be given. For terms apply to Duvalann -v., i and Superior in the Courts of the elrteary inv.iri.iLly ana in.iliby| proved, that it skin.and throw oil every impurity by the pores of the HOUCK'S PANACEA,

by offer a reward' of Two hundred dollars Hatchina, TallahasseeB.. A. CHAPPEL. peal Court of ale-h has appeared scarcely IOSF than inirnrulous to those SXVAIM'S doINDIAN

: for the apprehension and delivery the uid Asa Jan. 6. 1t338. 22-tf Office on the south side of who were unacquainted with the beautifully philosophical d,>

; Smith in any.jail f n lbs District of East Florid*, rcb. 17. Iroo Washington Square I principles upon which they are com I M PO RTA NT Beckviih's Dyspeptic and PIlls,

and I do hereby enjoin and! require all magistrates DISSOLUTION. 28 pounded, and upon which they consequent!) act Persons nsinj NOTICE. Poter'Anti-lJihous, and Dyspeptic Pills,

and peace officers t9 be vigilant ia the apprehension | IIE Co-partnership heretofore exiitine under H1CHAKI G. WKLLFOHD It was to their manifest and sensible notion in pu.ritying to take the Pills the Life Medicines, are ndrued Qallhjhan's Fever Aue Fills,

of toe said offioa4er 4L llienameof DurAL A thin day ATTORNEY J c. COUNSELLOR AT LAIr the sprins and channels life, and operate two n>night, insufficient quantities to Chapman's Dyspeptic Pilts,
A* >r.Sn4 o .*<>mcii esv known by the smnnri o dissolved mutual consent. All persons having TiLLiHAistK, FLORIDA l them renewed tune and vigor, that they were course of next or day. Also time take on the bowels in the Rcwtnd'a Tonic Minute, and Anti-Bilious PiWt

Fuiwoadi &bou vscegeye.or eight inthes demands rtralnst said concern will pi.ent them to iiLL regularly attend to business i indebted for their name,which wa bestowe I upon I of the Bitters half hour, a table spoonful Judkins Ointment for ulcers and old sores, ,

. 1 ;h,4ij( ._complcxioo and well farmed Ha Jtu Ai.r.1 FoaMY DnvALtwhn. it fully authorized to in the them at the sponianaoan request of SCTCI al indi vidaals For those of a dolieaie! an before each meal. Together with great rarittj of the tnost't P

---werparj' of fttQfg] Iljsauplk I- settle all.debu dot bf ije! concern.. And all those Court of Appeals, and ]in ,je, Superior whose lives they had obviously saved. half the quantity or enfeebled constitution proved Patent Mediants, -,, *
maybe ufficient.
m ; .' poba VU4ndUvPrtq .hU sicp to r&n4aeaJrlb i Oqe)1W4rn&kplmenIlohjm. Cqurla nfLcon., Gadsden anti JefTorson Cytjp- The proprietor rejoices in the opportunity aflbrdcd ICJ Tht above valuable Medicines Also, WINE & BRANDY, of very svpcrwf

A ,P.$ | SUld ir 'ALEX. FORM DVVAL. tte "f OflTce N. Ei Corner of McCarly and by the universal diffusion of the daily press far in this City.nt the Drn? Store of "ire for .1a1; quality, selected expreMly for thetoie oPyroligt ,
- JOIINZ DI7YAL. / W HUTCHINS. Mcnroesls. placing his VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS wj WADDEL. eou AdJ.fof caiio* aadtfcats. rvserNC

cr.t&r goerr Florida Tallabnaace April t3d, 1858. 38-t 1938 the knowledge and reach ofevery individual in the Also by SfKAI.V RANDOLPi: LEWJS. .
April 7t
I 35-lf community. Unlike the host of pernicious quacke Tallahassee lath MADDN, St. larks Cupping and other nrgira in&tmrneni&e. 4C
May 1839.
41-Iy'r. Tail ihassee
Way 2h, 1838.J .