The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 1, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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DR.. bin Professional F. S. BE ATTIC eer k.s -te tlie ciliTnllahftSJteru.dtheadj.'imni UNITED ,STATES 'MAJL. Original. hcHrtrd and thoughtless, but occasionally, us 8 or 10 inches deep on the ground, and ays Bob Gaston. -;

OFFE : country THE: Steamer Commrrcr,Cap.James Y.Smith A BUMPER OF TEARS. the breeze swept from his temples the long would have been at least IS inches, had

Hit office is Oft A posite the residence J. D. YVcstroli Jr. Esq. United States Mail, twice a \\erk, from Rain them with that little in hit
I could are short black
\ bridge to this Tuesday perceive, as he cast his eye 1 Tuesday night, and i is yet at it, ((Thursday pipe
TaHahastce.July Gth 18d. 48-tf Banbridge -
anJ Friday, at 4 o'clock, P. M., touching every alChaU.hol.heIJ Drink, drink Whom shall we drink? upon the mountain in the distance, that it 12 o'clock) We have never in ibis country mouth The fact is, squire, the momenta

HE Co-pnrtnersbip Notice.heretofore existing under] 7.o'clock, P. 11. and arrive at A friend or a mistress? Conic, let mo think ; spoke much of inward sensibility and melan seen, or heard of so tremendous u snow man take apliilosopnei; it'a the poor own** '

T theiiamcofSIFJlM & MADDEN is this1 Apa1arhCi-la by 4 o'clock.. M. next dy. LO.IVC To those who are absent,or those who arc here? I choly. And yet the next instant the glossy so early in the sea on. The trees arc still friend; it calms the mind, soothes the 1 err?-

day dissolved by mutual content. All thue hav- Apilachicola! every Sund.iy and Wednenday, at 10 To the dead that we lov'd, or the living still dear? 'bays wli'rli he had 'in hand' nould arrest gteen.; Ihe crops arc ungatbred and our community per and makes .' man'patient uaa trouble ,
claims the said firm will the clock, P. AI.lInd arrive at Bainbridge by o'clock Ala, when look I find of the last It has
log Against all tlr< >,iiir the present said M.,Tuesday and 1'riday. This arrafgrmrut. will I nonv his attention, and the shrill wind would wins very liille prepared for the reception rondo more good men, ood husbands .'
for s
same will stttle p&1yrpent.nd their accounts with P. II. Swaim, w firmCo IS ntinue till llio lust of January.For The present is bartcn-lct', drink to the past. tie through his lips as he gave them item to of so formidable a visiter. kind mothers,'indulgent fathers, and'honest / .

Freight or Pai' apply to the Capt. onboard increase their fellows, than any other blessedrtbiog IithiI .
duly authorized to settle the same. age Como! here's to the girl with the voice .weetand speed. The various interestig /
P. II JSWAI.V, or to SMITH & BASSETT.Bainbridee. lowThe topics of COD rClSnlion, which bud for universal world. Indians alwnvs buried rf / 1
LEVI A. MADDEN, Gale on Lake Erie. On tho of the and kin ac6o"whh '
sinie time engrosed tho night pipe a \ to > i their follu laca
The business will hereafter be conducted under or to A. BENNETT, eye all of fire and the bosom ofsnlw, passenger, seemed ;
5th inst. a bravy galo was experienced 8 smokin' should ba .Ihe fashion '
well on Id the
the style! and nnme of P H, SWAIM & CO. oct. 25 14 Apalachicols, Who! e'n while in the days of my youth: that are fled nigh exhausted, and request was madeof
St Muk..lulv 8. 1S38_48 3ai ID The Sentinel and Ifrrald,Columbus, will eachgive Onco slept in bosom and pillow'd head! one of the young ladies that she would fa."o Lake Erie, during which one brig and tliir- next world, that they mightn't unprovided

For Sale. the abovo four insertion, and ferward their ae- Would my know where to find such my delicate : the company with a song. After the len schooners were driven ashore. Some Gist look at him hi* hat has no crown in i ft, .

ONE two horse Jersey Wagon,hung on spring count to this office. prize you? a u ial round of excuses-.most divinely unin- of these were lost, but most of them will be and the rim hangs loose by the'side; like the

,Two one bone Jcr ey Wagons. Lost. got off, not however serious injury (to bale of a bucket. His trousers
almost andjackei
June 9 44 WM. II. FRANC1P. Go seek in for there she lics.And teN.lting-which invariably emanate
I Copy of Eaton'i Life fGen'll1ekson belen yon grave yard, .
A ( fron young ladies who have just 'finished ibcir cargoes of dry goods, flout &r. The are all flying in tatters of different colored!
AGENCY AT WASHINGTOlTciTY ing to Cu)I. Robert Built, has either been lost
A. DICKENS, of the City Wash or taken by some person Irom the residence of the here' to a brace of twin cherub of mine, theii education,' when desired to sing the steamboat New England with a large cargo patches. Ho has one old shoe on one.fooi

FRANCIS ret i:ned the I1pon: .mcnl held subscri'' er. Any one havingjthe seme in their poa. Whose hearts like their molherX,, as pure a this eldest dashed off, 'Oh give me back my was driven ashore, and will probably be got and an untanned tnoccasiu. ; on t'other Ho
by him lor several years in the Treasury emi l War t ess ion, will cooler a favor t"y rrtmning it. wine, Arab ateeci,' and l a style' that established at off, though she has six or eight feet in her ain't bad his head cut since hat .ib.azja'and ,

Departments has undertaken the Agency of Claims Tallahnssc O.tohf'r WM.P. DUVAL. Who camo but to see the first act of the Play- once the supetior qualities of her music master hold. Tho loss in estimated at $1,000,000 he' looks as shaggy as a yearQa "cold
before Congress, and other branches ofthe government 27th, 183S. 12-tf I nn,' is much larger than ever occured from And the'critter
comtnissi.' under Grow tired of tno scene,so both passed away.Would by wbo:e permission she was just now a yet you see has a rakish
including treaties and MARSHAL
ners SALE.
I the various public offices. He will attend to virtue of a decrte of the ofthe t you know where this braco of bright making her debut upon the world's wide gale on Lake Erie of such short duration.No look, too. That arc old bat i i. cocked on

all pre-emption claims-the procuring of ptx- BY Court of the Middle District Judge Florida Supe-, cherubs have hied stage of iction. At the commencement of lived nero lost. one side quite known' he has both hand id

tents for public land*-claims for horses lost in for Leon County, in a case in whih the Commissioners Go feck in the Heavens, fur there they abide. the song our driver pulled up his horses to a bis trousers' pocket, all if be.bad ionxtinr
the service ofthe United Sta es-property destroyed of Tallahasse is complainant, and Allen \V. slow walk worth feelin' there, while one shut 6ck "
invalid, revolutionary and navy pensions: Coleman is defendant And here's the as though jarring the An Industrious Editor.-The IVew Orleans eye <
I shall expose to tale, at to friend, the one friend of my youth, on account of the smoke
the oth.rstain'
claims! for revolutionary ncrviccs whether for sweet and delicate instrument which had ,
commutation auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, on With head full of Grnius Sun, a spirited and excellent ,
Sublic ,a heart full of Truth papersays
half pay, or bounty Und., n* well those \ the 15.h day of December next, at the I struck its first note to his heart, and continued that its editor in addition Im editorial out of!tho way of it as far a* it can*
against the slate of Virginia i\s the United. States Court h house in Who trael'd with me in the sunthino of life to makes him look like a'bit
; Talahat! >scc, the following LOTS, to drite with increased cuution until the of a ..2'. A and
nllclaiui! growing out of conlrur. wish: the government n tuatrd in the original plan ofthe City of Tallahassee i And held to my side, in its sorrows and &riCe! labors, sets up more than oce half the entire that ditn't smoke could't do that
voice died and the now
or damages sustained in conquence of and -.nown. as Lots No J. 11, 12, .140, 141, 24S, Would you know wheie to find I blessing so rare? away, song ceased paper-furnishes matter for the other half You
squire. talk about
the action or conduct of the! government. And indeed and .I. I h.ale to be made wiihn; lc" irl hours, Go, drag the lone sea, you may find him there. -when pirtially glancing his eye toward and refiuarly makes up the fonn.RIJEUMATISM. may rortiarid_
any business before'; Congress or the | ul>liooffieti o: raid day. SAM. H. DUVAL. Marshal. 1 1O..t..l.er the 'sweet enchantress," he cracked his whip, patiencp and Christian ,resignation all
which may require the aidol an agent ur at 27th. 18:". sort of thing, till yuu' retired 1 have it
1'2-tf I. A bumper, my hoys to a grey-headed pair and dusked along the turnpike as if he were ; seen ,
torney.Hi charges will bo moderate, depending upon MARSHAL SALE. Who} watched o'er my childhood with tenJcrest care indeed driving the fleetest horses of Arabia. and heerd tell of it, too, but I never ka.Wan .

, the ainouutuf, del n, and tin extent (If tlir tier By yin ii.; of a decree "(the Judce of the God blcfis them, and. keep them, and they lookdown ; The ladies continued to sing alternately, and A correspondent of the Pittsburg Advocate instance yet where it did not comtfa.Ii!i X
vices. penoiCourt t/f the Md.tlc; D strict of Flori may tie grain heavier
sometimes together-occasionally who describe himself a medical prac- or sourer out oftbeovem
Ma. DlcJ 1U is known :o most of those \vholiave d a, for Leon Cctinry, in a case in which the Commissioners accompanied
is like
been 1ft Congress within the last few years, orwho of 1'a:Iahll.
have occupied any public station Washington.. at han Robinson it defendant, I shall expose Would you know whom I drink? Go seek 'mid the sin, having lost bis firey blaze, was following valuable, if well founded, informa- seed it likes to visit them as keeps good tables -

All letters must he rost paid. to sale, at jiu'jli- auction, 10 the)highest bidder, the dead, sinking, robed in mellow tuxlre, into hi* tion.At and, though it ha some poor aequarn* .

References.-Gov. R. K.Cnli, Guv. Wm. P.Du. for rash,the on Saturday, the 15 h day of December You "i find both their names, on a stone at their evening bets', when the elder of the ladies, the age of about seventeen I was first lances, it ain't no more half pleased to be
val, Gen. Join P. Duval, 3laj. Jesse H. Willis. next, nt Court hoHS in Tallahassee, the follow.g walkin' lock
attacked with the seen and Jock with then Btft
head. the said 'Come Inflamalory Rheumatism
April 28. 18JS. :f .h.'r. in LOTS., situated in rhe original plan of Ihrcil' addressing yonuger, sister I -- -
_Notice. Talaia!
5QrTHE Subscriber having erected n STEAM and 254- The sale to be made within legal hours, And I.ere"--"ut ala. the fcood wine is no more ; pleasant soiree,our papa's favorite old song.' catbartics, blisters, nnd diaphoretics. I was

;., MILL at his place, two and a half miles! East of on l O.-t..ler aid d:)27th. 1838.SAM. H, DUVAL, Marshal. The bottle is emptied of all its bright store; Ye.,'"replied Josephine, laughingly, 'we I restored. From that period until about TA
1"1 l Tallnhissee, will be ready at all times to supply 12tfAlAKSHAL'SSALK Like lhoo we have toasted, its .piit has fled, might as well rehearse it flow fur w\ shall twenty years ago I had six or seven similar i interesting fact is related by Audubon in his

\' with Lumber aud Meal tlnse" who may favor him : And nothing is left of the light that i shed! have to sing it to soon after i attacks, generally requiring vcusection Ornithological Biography.' In apeakipof
Y pa very our arrival ,
: with application. JOHN G. GA I LE.Nehamn.lhlalune virtue cIa decree of(he of the
23, 18'8.; 46-tf B Court qf the Middle Dintricl Judge of Florida Superior Then a bumper of tears, boys the banquet here / The song was 'Auld lang syne' of II puigation, blisters and diaphoretics, before tbe Zenaida dove he says- A man who was)

. WANTED for Leon County, in a case in whHi the rommissionersof cndt course, and most touchingly did they sing it, I could recover. In these attacks my extremities once a pirate assured me that several r times

: itt.BLACK BOY as un apprentice to the TallahnsKee is compIffifMnt, and Dorothy With a health to our dead-since \c'ye no living Uending the first and second voices in delicious : would be so inflamed that I could while at certain wells dug in thobutijng',

" business. Apply t.FREDERICK... Walton, i is defendant I shall xpoae to sale,, friend harmony. I had almost forgotten our ; scarcely bear to be touched. About the shelly sand oft well known key whici'iarttSi

, FILER. on at public Saturday: the,15th tl the highest bidder, for each, L driver_. <.ai\litruli.. >. day of December the -- -- .u
Tallnhmer.J.inelG, 113 8-tf 45 next, M r j --ue'
I- NOTICE. court Louse in Tallahnssi e, the following! LOTS, From the Scnfmal and Herald. the:i;; witching; mnnner; iu which it was sung, cotton instead of the woolen, which I had f the doves awoke in bn breast. feeling which

oj. Months after the date hereof, we will ly situ ted in tie, original plat of lie city ofTa'l.v' but when they reached that thrilling stanza, woin next to my skin in form of shirt and bad long slumbered, melted his heart to/l/ *
jipj THE
SIX h 45 and
: the Honorable drawers.I pent nce nnd caused: him
Judge o'f County Court 183. The sale to be made within le-jal hours 'And here's to them tliai'a far aw.iy. to linger.atthtfspot
fLeon Cjuuty for Letters dUmistoryon the Est day. bAM. H. DUV.A L,Marsh:11.on BY HORATIO WALDO, ESQ.. And in a distant clime; immediately conformed to the suggestion inn state of mind which he only t*tO .

t; tat:of the late Chandler A. Pcndl( on. Oct. 27th, ISM. 12-if Though absent in a foreign I land, abandoned the woolen, have ever since I compares the wretchedness of guilt wltW$ ., ,:
P. KERU It was in the of the 1827th Yet in the mind.'
cour e
> present
year him with the
R Y. WKLLFORD worn the cotton, and now fur about twenty happiness of former innocence i,
MARSHAL SALE.By I chanced to travel tho ol Just these lines concluded I
June 16, 18'-6.- IS-Crrs. .Admi istrators through stnie as had caught years have never been confined one day with can truly feel. He says he 'neverleftjJief.'.
TO- -.NTifR's-- virtue of a decree of the Jiulge! ofthe Superior -' l I'ennsvlvania. Circum-lanccs thiew inc into a full view of his fare, and his look I shall rheumatism. My observations also in an extensive p late without increased fears of/uluritjf.'iu/ '

T HI R TEEN Sets Cast Iron Scgmnts- suitable for Leon C.Court nnty,of in the a case MMdlc in which Di-trict the of Commissinnrrs Florida-, a fclag'coach, a place when:' 1m thai runsmay never forget. lie had taken off; his cap, as t practice, have t furnished unequivocal ociated as be was, although T1 believe:bj .,

r for gn; hear, urived from the Baltimore foundry of Tallahassee is complainant and Genige i read, and where the observing man though from an impulse of respect ; hid long confirmation of the fact, that woollen worn force, with a'band of most desp rat .'yi1li$

June and f..r saltby 44 BETTON & FISHER. Walton' and Dorothy Wall..n are dett-"daDIIi. I will never regret having been located, t.avi't h K'c-ks wer-f thrown back from his forehead ; next the skin i is utterly incompatible a hit ever annoyed the navigation ofthe.FJonda*
sNotiei. to sa'e, ot public aucton the nnd when hu has been the reins locse .
--- i expose to highest except jostled ( were laying on his knee ; his rheumatic constitution coast.
bidder: for c.ish, o.i Satonlay the 15th day ofDec h his seat by some fat old gentleman, or diiven i- eyes were fixed and full of tears, and his lips and that cotton is So I
!' W. CALLAWAY, is my agent *mi>er next, nt the Court hoass, Tallahassee, most decidedly .d..nt .uua. A lady whom deeply movprl was be by notes 0,1 ,
: JAM all my business Middle Pl"rdn.t't he f. Hiwinj LOTS, situated in the oiiginul,; "plan to his 'reserved rights' by some pHjrna were closely compressed, as if to choke I attended during a very severe attack ol bird and especially by those of a.doveVihe -

. A. l\lc ;ElLL. of the city of Tallahassfc, and known a* Lots Nos. dons old lady. IFlicn I inform ih. r od. down ibfi great hfiavpn lOr l,:. .*,.,!I. The rheumatism found while in a slate of convalescence only soothing sounds he ever-- M *Ki8*".
June 7ih, 1838. 4G tf 43, .H, 4.: find 18 :. The sals to be mAo within t that my route of travel led from Philadelphia uoig WlCI bushed-all was silent within the that her fingers were becomiejj hu life of K-.',-inat through these plan.'

Twenty Dollars Reward l legal hour, on said SAM.dB\. II. DU VA L, Marshal. to Pittsburgh, it will be sufficient to set the stage-the, driver slowly gathered up his rigidly contracted recommended to her(the live notes and them alone, he was foaucedTto :

RAN AWAY from the aul.neriber, at Upatuic, OctoHr 27Lh, 18C8. 12-tf i imagination to work, upon the rich nnd l line-, and with a faint touch ofthe lash we use ol cotton, and now for many years she escape from his vessel, adandoned bll_

.. MoKogce county, on Monday the 3d, inst splendid country through which I travelled were driving. quietly away. has been free from th* complaint. t turbulent compnnions return lo a family
aNEGRO FELLOW, named Edmond, about five LAND FOR SALK-; and the variety of scenery-tho beautiful S 0 Having had occasion while i depleting hit absence. After
purstwng paying m
feet three my .
two or inches rather :
very straight hair high for, a negro.yellowish'lie carried cornplelion I HAVE a first rate tract of land for sale, lfllg l landscape-the quiet valley; the huge mountain Many years hid railed away into the sea professional avocation in Philadelphia, to I parting visit to those wells, and_ 'ftafedidg

o3with him a large horseman's: pistol, iron barrel I 651 on} ae'es Mickasnk'e, 300 fir Lake\\hie'1, Leon mc"-!eared county,-,CO, containing of it fresh -the pretty little' farm house, and the (oblivion, when circumsjances' calling me protect my hand when driving my gig against once more to the Zenaida dove, he pouredout

and brass moanted. Said negro in about twenty-five nrnl under good lending also in a high state of cul. more costly stone barns, wiih glass windowr, t to the 'funny South, I happened to be in the cold, that would have rendered them both his soul in supplication for mercy, and

or six years old, and i it a carpenter by trade, and I tivaiion. There is also a first rule tract adjoiningmy upon which my eves W TC continually called attendance at a ball, on an anniversary occasion unpleasant to himself and unsuited to the once more became what one has said to be
will likely try to seek employment in rainc city orvillif of 428 175 ofwhich is cleared!' feast. Nor will at the capital} of Florida. During i
plantation } a< rCM to my reader be at a loss to a wrists of a patieat, I procured tbe fur lined the noblest nork of God an honest nun
eor, possibly he might have been enticed off by and undo ctilivation.; Boil tracts. have several' in the halls *
r concrjve how much promenade outer of the dancing
come villainous white man The abox reward will I never failing streams of water running thvugh more delighful my ride gloves, but these I could not endure by reason His escape was effected ,amidst .licuhieaand )
<.,"' be given for the apprehension of said negro and them I would also sell with the land 10 n. was rendered, when I relate thai "imongsthe saloon, I was casually introduced to a gen- returning rhejmatism, and had my dangerous; but no danger seemed tot himto

: ;" confinement in some safe jail, and fifl y dollars for Thilproperly can beliacl on good terms-apply tulII. t passengers there wore two females in Ihe tleman, whose appearance was unusually gloves lined with the Canton fiaunel. be comparable with .the danger of one living

\}. thethiefifstolen. SETH TATUM, B. WAhk.iickasukie :. heyday of youth. fresh as the opening rose, prepossessing; whose manners were affable As to the therapeutick principles on which i in the violation of human and divine

.', Upatoie, Muscogee, co. Ga. Sept29 9 41. % N"V. 10, 1836. 14lfFOR and full of the life, and joy, and hope, which and highly polished; arid who apparently to account for the salutary effrct of the colton laws I ; and now he lives in peace in the midst

?:- NOTICE, : SALE.Eleven hundred and, tixly acies pertains to the youthful stage of exil!ence. 'viewed mi \\ith a critic's c1e.' The natu- dress perhaps not prepared to give the t ilhis friends.

cr ALL persons are notified thnt the firm of FACE Laud, on the he.id of Black Creek, four They had been for R length of time at a celebrated rtrl l direction of company, and the revival of entire rationale; but ou cirrumstence deserves .
BAKER is dissolved the death ofEdv8rdi
Face by hundred of which are cleared nml in fine conditionfor school in Philadelphia, and, as the old acquaintance drew my attention in another particular notice. When woolen is A BACK WOOD'S H&ROIJU.-A
and that the business of the firm will be stilled liougc houses stablo' corres-*.
i. by the subscriber, as surviving partner. and crop qui i-ic's.\vilhagin' 1 !Ii is tract of, L corn>ml l,distant,15 milesfrom maiden phrase u, had 'finished their educa direction for H length of time, hut as worn next tho skin, perspiration not being pondent of the .Louisville .Journal writing

DUNCAN BAKER. Tallahass-ee; in of good quility and well! watered. lion,' and were now returning to 'the homeof the 'fuir ones' began to hie them from the absorbed by the flannel becomes inspissated from Helena, Ark under date of tbe.:13th u&'

.tJ Chattahoochce, Oct. lGth, Ifc>38. 12-tf and in a good neighborhood., On it lire secured their childhood.! Need I describe whata dance, and the shadows of night began to and of course obstructs both sensible and .
Notice. one hundred and sixteen shares of Union I volume human hnppiness was embodied yield to the light streaks of morning, the i insensible perspiration. says"Last week a Mrs Mr Bride Monroe,
weeks afterdate 1 shall apply to the Hon. Bank Stock making payment to the !urclla.
SIX easy in their several bow it stranger and myself once more met. Touching
Court of Gadeden County, for letters ser, and on the remainder a liberal credit Iwill be countenances- shone I This objection, it is known, does not he count n widow lady, was informed. ,byvOB3
administration the ebtite of Edward Face, i allowed. F. EPPE8. in every look-beamed in every glance of r; me on the shoulder, be whispered, I against the cotton dress, as it absorbs the of her_children, that the dogs ,had treed ar

i hits of laid county, deceased.DUNCAN Tallahassee, Nov. 9th,. 1838. 14tf their bright eyes, and rose upon each joyous I would speak with you privately;' and pas perspiration, leaving the skin clean and the Panther within half mile of the boese/
BAKER. it bunst from their sing iato the back parlor we were seated
laugh as swelling free. Having ammunition 8eO&
hear upp ores no she to '
October a neigWnorland
I Cth 1838. 2-6w
; TALLAllASSEE.JOCKEY : the sola.( 'Sir said
I said they hnd fnishe their education breaking a mo- procured powd sfnrjlead. mouP

FOR SALE. Tbey bad excelled, might have been, io I ment's silence which had ensued, "unless f WHITTLING. ded some bu'lets, loaded her and, ,
ETA second hand PIANO for sale low. if early II gun proceeded
$ application u made. Apply tt AD. BOETGER.Tallabusee music, or in painting; had readily acquired I am greatly' mistaken, '1 have seen you be- Our caption, although so universally beloved to the place and brought down ",het

October 27th. 1858. 12 the French and Italian language?/ or had I fore. 'It may be so, I replied, 'my life has l and extensively practised, has never game at the first fire. The report ,at.,

COMPOUND surpassed their fair competitors in the rte been one of great change; I have travelled received the scratch of a pen, either pro or gun started up another Panther near ftt band \I

JESSEJTCE OF SPRUCE of the dance; and they were now going much; have seen a great many persons, and con. It is a matter of profound wonder and I which ran up a tree within 'half. miie of tbo

: For Taking Beer, to exhibit their various accomplishments to am probably' known to scores whom I do not surprise to us, that so momentous a subject! other. She again loaded her gua'aadkiHecI

. Witk direction for vtc.-For SALE by the fond gaze of a vain mother or the recollect. 'Some eleven years ago' he continued should have so long escaped the literary also at the first fire from the top or ODe oftbtf
watchful ofa proud father; and who I 'fortune decreed tbat I should occu- of the II tallest Wh.it would ,-
"WADDEL, RANDOLPH, & LEWIS, eye wil acumen age. It i is a subject that is trees. yocrdty' ladW
Ttllahajs'ee. June 30th 1838. 47.1(. CLUB RACES ask if they were happy! or what philosopher py a lowly station in the world. I was a a once fraught with the deepest philosophy say to this I happened to be there the saastf;
will presume to dispute the purity and genuineness 'stage in Pennsylvania. My parentswere and indicative of the light and shadows ofthe; day sad received the statement frog her-*
? Notice. Annual Races of the Tallahassee Jockey respectable, but not w ahby. My education -
THE : of that flood of joy which swep human mind. An attentive observer Jlseif." -
will over the MARIOK Cocas A
JIX months Tier date will our acconnUanH commence
we present had been finished in the best chools .
their But .
,, the second in next,and con over young hearts! my object in whittling community '- .
,J .nucherstl1tbe Hon. the Judge of on Wednesday January may gather more of '
of the
the County Court ttGadaden County and apply tinue four days. introducing these lovely sinters, wan lo showoff country my disposition was restless the knowledge human nature in one A letter from an officer,of the A"-dated.: .

t> be disehnrced from the administration on lh. ci I. 1st day. Wednesday, 9th,-Sweepstakes. for 3 J ; in the light of contrast, another and totally and dissatisfied; and quitting my fath scanning the whittlers,than by a study year'of Athens, TeD,Nor 6, states- tiM e'iW .
tats of Samuel Ed wad*, dceeau year old ColU,-! mile heats. Subscription 1200; different character; for individuals con. er's roof, I ftandered forth 'unknowing and of Mountain' : s
tbe best authors for Creeks '
We are party rote CO tt_
ages. somewhat I
AnD.Admr'x.WM. half
RACHEL EOW fod.it.Seven
to see mv fortune. If I am not -
H. HUBB RD, dm'r.. subscribers and closed. sidered separately are too often misunder curious in such things, and have kept a memorandum which WM conducting-; diem t a bead cretifer*'jL'for
!v i9th.183& J5.'m 2d day Thursday, lOtb.Wockey Club Purse stood and underrated; and more especially greatly mistaken, I bad the pleasure of driving of our observations m 'this matter emigration killed 2 aoIdibtsbdwcI* iL'l la

NOTICE f 400,-2 mile heaU. when a mere abstract view is taken of thesituation.which you in the year twenty seven, aDd not which, upon referring to, we find runs as tbird,'aD.1 m1de :their eid l.r AjiiiImovomeotofth.

:: 1\ 1>L persons holding claim.,against die ...tateQor 3d day, Friday, II Ilh,-Jockey Club purse, 01000( they bold in society, withuta only you buttwo, fine young ladies, who, oh fellows: whole diso11e Usit1ir

... dee. to 4 miln hea lI. knowledge of, or to, the r a pleasant evening in themonth: of May,just force '
W WaUon, requested preHattNID Second Race.-A Sweepstakes for 3 old I regard When a man is poor and moreover perpleJ was- betas against b i. m.
i without dftlay, u I shall present my vouchers Florida raised ColU,-1 mile heats-subscription year education 01 degree of sensibility which they before sun down, sung' for us the good old ed-he draws the knife towards him, and (net. under 'tte g*llatrt CoK Foster;Ht! f,

; I. th. .ipril Term 1839, of Jackson County $100 half! forfeit.-Three subscribers and closed may possess. Know then, that our driver,, song of'lang sync, eb, do you recollect V cuts very delicately-bead depressed. revolted Indians ire not formidable; .Uft:.,
c-Grt fur a final MtlUmtml, and auk for a dii I3 'Ye of music! the do I
4th day, Saturday ltlh-Proprietor'e Purse, on a part of the above alluded to angels are you man circanulaoees I bI ;4
ebrg. from the farther ministration* of said journey When a: man .of,family bu expended the to regretled'cofing .
liMttu.. THOM48M. WHITESheriff' $300 Free on for*all rail agreeably heats Three to the beat rnlaa in of five the, Talla. was quite a young man; not more, as I then; behold Ihe little .talednver' with his blue: last sent be bad for bread, arid the children with bloodshed an 'emigr UoD,Ihafi -
*t 'and AAn'r E x o.cio..pt1.183& ; judged, than eighteen. He drove a splendid roundabout and cloth cap! who was so fond I been .
hasMe Jockey Club. Entrance 10 per cent crying for more,, bu.bai is drawn over his skillblryaad-aWy condaded tit 110"
,t 's. .. .f o' 4.lfDande THO.BROWN. team of six blood bay., with their black of bis nix 'blood 'boy-who.e pensive eye I eyes-he whittles the end of his stick cross with happy ccaseq0enceucaMIMJRi6'; '

Rape. .... Treasurer & Proprietor. manes and tail almost sweeping the ground attracted mj attention-who wept when Josephine grained-is impatient moves bis'position IIw.: 4 ...r,, t1' ,

1M P. Baftlt>C.t4S: inches wide. October, Itth, 183C. 10-tf -for which noble animals be seemed to entertain sang/' Is jt.not.a'dream.-can it be minute. i.---i ':: "-"lI y ',

1">Coils Ba'. Eop*,- soptdor trlicle.SS9 unusual fondness. He was un elegant reality! 'Aye, my good lir,'ta.* I,. myself; every CANAD1ANmevicsnesyaTheaclr: r rifTt, ..Tlw itliifr nijj'fti'
8uks Salt. For EDUCATION. If c man be clear of duns and F
8telr the whom allusion gets enough .
,*. GORMAN. HE S' .riber bavin* determined to locate 'whipheld a rein'wih perfect grace 1 same puaon to 10'u.mike. live Psv.l9atfruinB.rmuda
TklUhaMet. August tttb.HXftLY I8S8 Sotr T himself permanently iii Tallabas ,announ and flung the d6 beautiful wind: -nor did I ever for an hour quit.t the old Key 1 to ondail-be whittles: from him slow bavuig oq board .avnsthi

eee to hit citizens his intention of opening a School 1 and drew from it a most musical crack His Stone' state, until I had,by r.nll industry\ aba; :"ly; shaves very lightly! ; but in' a natural and of those who.were [exiled by,lbfd Im.a. ..

N.ttee.QLX in the uicadernv,for the instruction 01 Youth Lathvsrlousdepauiments personal was-agreeable combination economy, 'secured_ an independence, sought eay position, looks complacent and 'gooi J roar ihs C iiada9, *rriv c h idon !B.iri7_
weeks aAer date 1 shall apply to the HOB of* ibera1Eqlush Education. appearance i ,natured. .1. .
; I'huwhnr
Judge ofthe County Court of Qad.Ien County I The brit guarantee for a faiilifol performance of ofthe stage driver and.the, geltleqan an acqwuntaneewatb1 and obtamedThebarnI 1 : e" nfftg- last t Qt -
for tellers ofadminislration rn the rstat. .of ,John. his trtut, and an auremiitnt; attention to his duties of elegant leisure. His i blue rou ofthe sweet l liltlo singer, ,, If a man be above the wants ofthe world\)\tho esilu-' Dr.Nebon1,: .. pr._ w
Csrford, dec.ued'Iat. of said coonly. SJLB Uacber; is given in UU: assurance that hu linatftniio h. was of coarse texture, bit black cloth, I hive now the pleasure to inform 10u.II'myoVn and in a moderate business*his'hat tsso 'i if Dent e theinsurgentsv ind Dr. 1 1itofiof Boo W *

JOHN WILLIAMSON: will be permanent \i bag at a liberal pat p evident.signs an having ,encountered beloved wife. N or is tbafaJl'mi residence : as to give a full tie w'of tbft "factjereetr s'aTOd : -Q xHidrenfi f-pubIbdir'iimaa;
fBLOKB Extended to him. Hie for, cap < '
U 1- 1G-1.p ronse I' prices is 'I rntheiigbborb hard : and I whittles fiorn him nther Tasty oceasiooaUy'wnitlet. l I real and eight others of lesser '
BeaOlBfc WrlUn,OrtJhoirrnpliy. and many stormyeight. .His exterior. ,waiougbbutappropps op f by : I .. ..'. note.'a ,
*' A.rttfa_ Ue with his vacation. But it wouldgiveiiieploaiurI try see.yoiiat .my : .. f.i have I I P. j ). f'! 'to .t taiiCOIIDU7ad "

A General Assortment of Blanks pr'tti noaL 1.f (7 per quarter'-' 9 lorOeogriphy.Graromer, his Ksi/ar from J>f ing f'ef you :w'ni'moelstage .Wlt-r.v.I>j.ixirijpJantuti6pt'1r ifs:. man f. g ttfcgHeb ,yery'rl1-t. ""so 41etery T JF G ;persons u;tt.ff eeljllll
&ood paper for eaU at this Office. HiIt9r1,iocludlpf tbe bore brapthn, and '1',toUructirtn ctenC )rough coach ico who" fo M 'bis' i arnnt J..
twJK ; bat llne,1 'to .
Justices Executions, Blank Duds, in the higher branches of Litenttirf., Oja contrary, it was )ntel&, ,, aintancet' a' assure thitigcrspar in tMit--
peiUifev The and I bad jou-li'&e 4otoigoite the'aopor: t the bko1tbo bead a mite 1 'ciit44bick thfli1tb'gretrapMhj tlflt* to.q*ll GotiOiiTAftfiiM:
Sanaonwia, BiUf of.Sle, The hours instruction are from past tight 'day was.warm'' r I .. ; ; I. 4l4tQj
Bobpoentv Attorney's Declarations. .4. M. till half past 1.P. M.and frow t P. M. at I. qqe4arpgfi9JOb! .up.r, the': front langoe.. t. i '.'tnd .fereclti: ;".. r.c.sumsptchLilzIaiisdsfor ,
i- .
We.rra.ls, Recoztices. -J til5. N, nAofar' r.csivsdfp'ISU t.b"n,,;aqua.rIei ; :! ,r !t HI bttiir the tl irlw ; ;and'i 1 eeuda. r ._
might m
:. curtain d'* enjoy a pros I. sy; $ ": j
',_. 4i.; ; unlewrW ipeeihl s.ppohiflmesit:' 'Th WflOtfc of-4u Hbela'e : i:i ,f -Ii' JOr. It jl1
.;. I, gusii&t 'epumbei.ar! ,r Wffefl,. a.vacation, pVciive 'I!!, of e country. Occupjijifmysf i8NOWINTHS WE8T ;. friend, bit first saluUtiooJl W''Cbme; fcrt : I COUIIC 00 .&. "!in1 tiI 1.<
.. "- NeTICE ,. ando! *tbcrTallAuv fb.. i irrlHrBRootte 1aJr n.' seal,io4.P*U'0 'eraewbat \ .. :' ..' :' ff1fr\j '$::11 o fa'nwtt 6i.'Pt.:" A '.L; :.
THE- lfSi..tot'ore ertsJfnf lathe diagonal 1. &.fair oppo'rtqiwy wiw rd4ofyjewing me An unusoatjy vend early scow swsjr'expiHeDt t ri trMl ;
mtlM9AJ "" ldaa f
t r"p'J"' fcJ a 'rjl.
STEWART aJ bsinxAissolved v.
!e >BARN *. Ot.biy $0.18t; I3tf1! ; I 1 ihe western countit of ,"
by the death of th?.ssakf ; ow.driver.I iWWch., ,}9b.k .occasion. .TI 7r 0 ltr iA tu4k Jr up t..Ny"W1IiW b' ei4iMth-'I'iJW:
t Uiuo ri
.!iN.eIta44kedTteth.rIZ. iri p1tWC.kc 7 svl'' W" Of' JT. tQ4? cpticaUj at on, rstegt couoten-* during the third week 10' Oclober. f! t@ iijp. '1'fI...iW(1tdM"t"

IkMisttattflesMst i sad air Uviiif" ttouas will. JBnP .DOW'4mqow.rore. : Ifn.1-* IOU'.,"..ba"\&ttrut. .JT.A. OD.= .. .,an4 .O'C'. .. A d' t.I.' .rtvI'.'IP.jtl. tl" .tour I. fJt. !;.Ie,.f4''I 't* : kEM 1h boiM'fci'et
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f 1 .iii. h ckareJ If the rfrd attempt bas W far aroused pub 1 I battle I took ptaci about a mile below ic
1 r L z.T"..-- : I Wo ejtj-tJ. Vu tett tuy loall frajuu Si. juar. ArrLAcn'CQLI, Nov W, IS5S. :the manifeJU of the veeU that *have rt been lie attention to call forth so much of the cott-the Patriots having e"ion of.MVIera
I THIS FLORIDIA.N. I while the convention in session and to furnish f To the of the FIo ridioUl. from this port, .*nd fiod there
i r Editor 1837 to the moral: l worth, respectability, and talent of the !, stone building,several were khle4a |<
, from theist of October <
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA: regular accounts of iheir aclings and doing \\ .0tru.t On mjr'return to Florida, I was i ormed hipped October. 1833. forty-nine thousjvnd: country we have every reason to hope thai wounded on both sida*-the British banter:
they may promote the welfare of Florida and tint the publication of let- let of sustained far the heaviest -
subsequent rty billet Cotton. in our future progress, we shall have sound. by ; loos.
.if! =Batorday Morning, Dec., 1838. the henor of the members. ter of the i22d of May in your papir, you two I have hundred also made and niDet uu examination,-one of the mai enlightened, uniform legislation. We may Col. Young, the Bilisb cOIDmander-'

; f WE are authorifed to announce the 1100.I Some of uur brethren are bothering It.emHlns'' made some' remarks on tho subject bf the nirest of the fchip Superior which cleared at look for that weight and consideration in tbe among the killed his body being pierttd wit1r
and their reader vritli lung episodes about different discrepancy between my statement.. Mr. nation which seven ball. The British were twice
:'. CHARLES DOWNING I as a Candidate ror releelion this the seventh day Marcia 1836, and councils of the to we are justlyentitled. rtpal.
I part. of the conslilnti--n-banks,judges, executive i| Endumau's relative to the population bf our port ged.by tbe patriots, and finally the
; as Dcfef&te to the next Congre or thr I find the number of bales Cotton cleared on Geld
I'." United State if Florida cuolinnta to bo a Territory and so on. SolVe one or two of them are delegates. city, and calling for an explanation, on. lhis her to have been two thousand and nineteen.r The small additional expence arising from to wait for reinforcement, for which.aiie
and it >.right ( lliwm lo uludjr lliPMn .iibjm U; and point, and evidence of statement of facts., -
f at tli* time of the election.CONSTITUTIONAL my the organization of an economical govern press was sent to King:4t \ if they cannot keep in their wisdom nalbral l and ac- in regard to the commerce of the city, &c. am uir, yourl, very respectfully, meal, duiinMred by officers elected by. During the action the British put .\tir

1 CO'E TIOS. quir.d,till the convention meet, as we do not wish !, Being unable to procure a copy of your Signed, It. J. FLOYD, dead and wounde-il into
I a
1 and responsible to the people will. am sure, btls\l! .
The Convention to form a Stato Constitution assembles them to burst, we have no objection thry should I paper. I can neither judge of the generosity Deputy Collector. I be borne by them cheeriu'ly until we can by which they fhrhered themselves, a ad' :.
St. next. Wo hive let it o3ll.r&ugh their editorial column! *. \Vc have form I _
at. JoKpb on Monday of the sentiments expressed, or an opinion I some rc"t0;k' of internal improvement Patriots to dislodge them,set in on fire\rbttt
heard it intimated thai an effort will be msde immediately a time or twu b en betrayed into the promulgation of the motives which dictated them, and I yjpalacliicolrt, Bay, I I it consumed with its
projected, and executed by the State, securea content; "mm
ou ita organization to diisulre- without of our sentiments to keep up with them, aiid have therefore shall content m'sdfwilh responding S--pt. 16, 1837. ) after which the British e-
sufficient enable to
revenue to us dispense treated ,
fulfilinf daty fur which iho member lire teen 110 doubt our v'.ene: are the wisest, vuundcvl aud to the call for the explanation and evidence, at all ((0.Preicott .
Vessels of 'fourteen feet draught, can with luxation: and establish a fund for an enlarged (or ihe last lime. *
elected, bf a motion that it in inexpedient at this best thai have U-en proinujaledl! hut we khould not which will be found in the annexed letters and under ,
tines: cross the Bar safety; of education. Florida has The steam boat United States and
time to orgauiao a State Government. The Deli- I be astonished if on their being offered to the con- from J. Endeman. Capt. P. 'V. Latham, J. vessels of fifteen system twi>
ftvorabl circumstances ; schooners se-izr.d
Iatural for such were
gates rum Middle Florida we loam are uuanimous i ,cntion, four-fifth of the members vvruld vote I, S. Uoane, B. Hurd, and R. J. Floyd, deputy greiter resources an object yesterday br the fj.
feet, and even Jrcater dinught. of the States where it has been States Marshal, under the Neutrality
Infivoroftha immediate formation of the SlateConktitulun I a.tlillt't them, each because they were t.ot advanced I collector with the certificates of our Pilots.In ROSS luau many Hv
CHARLES ) If her name shall not and arts now ou their to this 'ooder
Pints of accomplished. virgin way port '
an j that the application fur admiskioa by I biielf. I defending Apalachicola, I never have MAY
ROBERT }} nest have been made too common, and her virgin his charge. Mr. Foterlhesleersmaaofj! .' '
into the LVuoa. be mad at the next *scion Moan MCKUERS.-Wu k-arn from a gentleman assailed other places in the Territory, nor JOHN PERKINS j pass .
credid suspected by tho multitude of fruitless steam boat United State, wa killed b"t.
of 'CO ileiL The opposition anticipated is direct from tim Cost that mere dcprcJalioos have !'i I have I misrepresented the acts, or impugned
from portions of the two extreme of lite Territory. been, commuted by the Indians; quartered in the I j the motives of those who have claimed a different To the Editor of the Flondian : I incorporations, we shall; be enabled 10 grape shot from the British steam boat 'Et- I

entitled dwel1'I 1. location that is mine neithir form and execute a great system for the benefit pcriment, yesterday while engaged iflp(
\V oo Dot presume to rge our opinion c Ocofonokec S\nmr.; Week bcfurelast the f fI ; coarse not letter received from
SIR: The enclosed was of schooner off the flalj in
to greater weight tbin many of tile most intelligent |ling of a Mr.Tippin wa altatked hiUl'jclfanJ wife ., shall it be. But, when the best interest ,f of the whole country regardless petty ting a OgdeD. bnrrt\
judicious cilixrns of ihe East and West, uho !.I killed: and two cr three children left fur dead-one the city of my adoption was suffering from Col.Jos. :M. White in reply to the request He-henies of partial and individual specu- ha.bor-aftpr firing into tbe United &UUM. <

arc opposed Siule government at thin time; :: "ftIIU:1I I.&* since recovered. Twodjjs after the I misapprehension of her true position abrotd, recently made by many of his fellow citizens iation. tbe Experiment attempted to run dowolit

but witb due deference and in tho exercise of the t family! of Mr. Green was attacked and one or two I felt impelled speak and defend her. In to become a cnndiddto for Dclejj-ite; inCongrez. I am gratified to perceive gentlemen, that the schr. Charlotter, but wan fired into by

I right of a c t1en.e. venture to express the con vie- of its inmates kilUJ. Tde-.e Jarnilic retidod in doing this I confined myself to facts, as the You will please j give it publicatioti. in tbe effort to attain this "consummation d.I the Patriots on board of her, killing six and

lion that th quc.tionllkb is intended to 1 Ie agi- Columbia county on the Su Mary' r\'er.Tlu'Iro'lect n- sernrrmnvin- -!-- -. Inters- shew.. (the, error io the Respectfully, $ c. voutly to bt' wished," you have put aside all! i wounding five after which the Experiment
tiled should not be brought up. It has been moro i I I population being on the part of the officer appointed puty politic, local and national, and look i retreated lo PrescottA small buat coG

than once definitely and finally settled and decided \'| of a termination ol'ilie In Imlian f there warbecon is I Ii to take tim census). \*\ BIANCA, Nov. 26, 1833.Gentlevitn only to the paramount object. In our present i taining four or five patriots. crossing from,
by the highest tribunal, the PEOPLE and in our i j I, little es every day more olllUCIo gloomy. result. Our I It will always afford me pleasure to furnishevidence :-In passing through Tallahassee cire-uiiistaiie-f.-i I agree with you that ; Jensburg to Prescott, wai fired into by
now ,10.1
humble judgment it is not now open for the con- I|j i or no pro.-peel a when called upon, uhevin" the the other day in returning home, your the only competition ought to be how we can. the British steam boat Cobourg and disabled
I formation iicciveddirccl from the all ; -
eidcration of ihe Convention. Tho Delgatescre? : army commercial importance of A Apabchic, l letter of ihe 10th instant was placed! in my band.j. est serve Florid i. It would be offence approaching and then she run along side and fired Lwn
1! live; of kr<< not elected to consider it, but for a very differt'uTtt cleeming it of importance to the public generally I h In it you have been pleased to nl conspiracy against .the country at upon them,sinking the boat nnd killing tin
possess-in of 1. aud yield only
purpose ; and we hold him who by such meant seeks 1 I I I when country. as well as to her own citizcis. That lude to the peculiar! and inlet U3tin<; crisis in siii-h a CNM, to discus* the merits of Presidential person that was iu here. .

to thwart the expressed will of the people! as hn'-j I is completely reported that overpowered.Il at a recent media of the her true position may be known It all her our public affair, and to inf rm me that the candidates, or to canvass individual The tetmboit: : Oneidd has been cLarter-
I ing betrayed his trust. The anxious desire of a largo Chiefs on Withlacoocliee, the war parly. were citizens ask ; but, in limes past thi has bf en people of tbe Territory exp2ct, and will demand o opinion about the experiments whUh have ed by Col Worth of tbe United States service

majority of the citizen: Florida to throw off the !I I, the most numerous and determined upon e renew. difficult, as the array of opposit'.oc: has been my services to promote us far as I can deranged the commerce and currency of the ar.d is to return immediately to Ihe rivrr

trammels otprovncia1vasslgeand to organic a 1 i owerful. In instances she has had to the great object of the establishment of a Sr. Lnwrenrc '% from his
!! ai i of i ,stiilie! *. Che.o. hthla the principal chief : p soin country. TI&n troops place.
State government has been niaiiifetd in various t,ftho ..tall:1b.etU unable to bring In the : contend'ith an opposition; we Ira] no rightto state government. Time II-M h.ippiobliterated; nil rrcoller. A letter dated Odgensburg ou the eveniag

ways, and on different ocen/ions during wvcrsl :I I'I d er of hi* people ;iu confluence He relJl\in.l, expect. In my former 1 letter. 1 remarked Requests of like import hive been addressed licit of the prily and angry discusiunaris of the 121 b. 7 o'clock, give further p.rticu?

years part. There can be no mistake ai to their j'I Tiser Tail i irl ainuns the most 'litMile and 1.1111 returned that the Uili.n Bank withdrew her Branch to me hum every county in Middle ing i ind from itdi\idual preferences heretofore in lars oi the movement. It says that Bill
withe. Tbe subject was considered several year? with his warriors and their familicn to the from us after it had been doing i profitables West Florida, and in some instances the Territory. I have cherished no resent Johnxon is in confmand of this Upedl o
ago. It was mooted in lira Territorial Legislature j I l business tfd removed it the by nearly every citizen of the coun men I for I Four hundred Criti&h
\Vest of the uwannee. This information in confirmed $ to \ city. any man or party. am ready to troops were oa their
as early as 1833 and agitated every succeeding j I i from another source. Whether this has resulted in profit to the i tic!. That I should have been thought oft : forget and forgive the past, and meet eny ol.I way to Prescott. The steamer Expert

year till in JU37 a law WILl Pli'.ed by a ducie-'ed majority Col- Green is mak-ng every preparation to give stockholders, it is not my business to know ; i at such a period, 1 esteem to be a distinguished my (fellow citizens who has magrianiiuity Ir men (British) was in the river, acd had

for ascertaining tbo voice of tile inhabitants defence and protection to the frontier this side the bur, when it i id recollected that this Institution honour. That your request should! enough to unite with me in the promotion ol I Ia fired on tbe United States killing one BUB

by a resort the ballot box ; and"in May JB37. the ijuwanaae, with four or five companies of the 6th i ia bused eo the credit of the Territorial Bonds, proceed from the great body of my fellow- country to which I owe all the little con the pilot; who was shot through the bead. ,'

<}oestion "Stile" or"no State was decided by regiment, and we lejrn will be ro-inforccd if found which, if valid, implies a guarantee equally citizens, without discrimination of ponies sideralion I have acquired in public life.I Other letters say that a simultaneous
. a vote of nearly two to one'lu favor of a 6'tatr.TJieLeguiaturi : l local national. and be made thove
' i necessary. But our citizens t-kould nut relax in binding on every part of the Territory, for or by I cannot disguUe from you gentlemen,, movement was to be made all along die
at Jaslsewiou in obedience
: to I their precautionary mc.'urcs :and suffer a surprise. any ultimate deficiency in the securities held whose support it vas not my good fortune that I fell an embarrassment in giving an Canadian shore, and nearly all accounts
this deeifion law tho I r.p.j
pawed Convention
A calling
I by the Bank it would seem hut fair that its heretofore to hue received, is highly gratifyI unqualified Invitation resent this .the last
and prescribing ti.. mode of tho election of dele* Ei>iro.iut. Tk.TIOS.We have inadvertently : I I I acceptance to your to-be the best plaaaed of
l in That it has been the
($. Their dutios aro defined and prescribed. i l omitted to notice the proposed Editorial. Con. operations should be impartial \ every I I I g to me. sp nUne- t The present incumbent is an old and much the expcdiiions. There is no regular Britiib
section. Now has this been the t Has oust and unsolicited act of the people, demands i t friend force
case in
personal and Li!. the
re.-pccted college com : vicinity except bmndful of
They arc "to devise and adopt tho most efficient, venliqn first inc-tiliuneJ by the Editor of the Apa- ;
** speed and proper measures for the formation l lachicula Jazelte. The time and place: of meeting not the influence of this Bank been used to 1 I my profound and grateful hcknow-I panion. / do not know his wishes or det" rt men in Fort Prescot, and it is plain the Pat.

aod establishment o'an independent tla.li has been very properly suggested by our neighbor build up another town. and to break down l dgmcntiJ. I t mination. The announcement of his name riots have stolen a march upon the Loyal i
go. After arduous service of twelve
thi I Still the citizens of Apalachicola never an years, was, 1 have reason to believe without his ists.
vernmant fur the pce-plc of Florida, and to form of Ihe If'alchman, in lliiscity '>n lb second Wednesday i
I had l left life with the intention
1 and adopt a bill cf f righu and constitution for the Jjnuary next. Wehall be much gratified h ave attempted to discredit her bills or drain public ufj knowledge and concurrence, and was proba
44 h her vaults of specie ; they have waited never personally soliciting or penwittinn my I bly made to arrest the further manifestationof
tame, and all needful measure prepautury to to bee a representation from al!1 presses in patiently NEYY-YORKNof.l6

the admission t4 f Florida, ;into the national confcdeiacy. Teintory. _-_ _ thet for a reaction in public opinion when I name division to of be used public, for sentiment any! station, or the where excite the I your wishes. As it was not bis act, Ipre Arrival) of tbe Great Wcstern-Hifhlv
*4 ." the facts should be known. fer that there shall be no announcement of

The people have elected! Delegates in coaform. THE EIACTJOVSbewail, WJiig, is elected Governor Without further allusion to opposition,from ments of partvould probably revive the my name until his wishes ahull be known Important from England-Consternation of !
of New York by upwards of one IhuiuanJmajority. which have disturbed the .
ity to this law. How can it Le argued at this time other quarters, I will bert remark, that we are scenes unhappily lion hiunstif.I the Melbourne Cabinet-Excitement trt '
The Delegation! in HUB next Congress i gratified at the Dew organization of the Territorial harmony aud good feeling of our country for feel also
that the qaeslion as to tho of : myself constrained to to
policy eiptdicncy say
will stand Polities Rise in Cotton of the Liverpool
Van -
twenty one Whigs Bilren, : -Danger -
organising the ttatc government i in yet undecided.t. tilt Government in its legislative'branch. yeais PMt. i you, gentlemen, tb3t having no idea of the:
to of eleven
being a gain Whigs iiiombers. The
One of the I had view'in retiring
t. How caD those elected with a iipceiai \'i view lo f\.rmi Legislature! lias a Whig majority of thirty. Dele It is to be expected that gentlemen filling high objects In -. : general wish of my fellow! citizens until my; i Steamer.

i a cooklitulion evade the fuifilmrnl: of that duly ware has dueled a Van Dureu member of Congress official stations will not permit a bias from was discussions to put an end which to the acrimonious election personal : arrival in Fk/nd. I have rn-ide some professional Yesterday morning 10 o'clock, the
without violation of their l local feelings to operate against a judicious every pro- Mobile' and New Or
& and at Yfe
obligation a disregard : for '.Iiu first time. It ill i ul.iostated that Cia Legis- duced. 1 did intrude engagements Great :lein sleatner arrived in our water
of Uio will of the course of legislation. Senators being elected never my name upon Iran*, th'it will : six weeks '
people tfit should! be i l lalurc Mt:l low a Van Duran majority. and will reluctant friends requre or two and removed the deepest public anxiety felt
urged that public opinion has changed \e a.k for I elect Van Buren Senator in the place of Ihe from large districts will feel themselves more : nor an unwilling commu- tmniths of my time thi* winter and other. for her safety. Tba Gre Western experienced !
preterit nity. I had not the most remote idea of
the evidence. We trust uoue can be adduced lis member. the representatives of the whole Territory, iu Missouri that may require my personal attendance head winds and heavy weather i

production would betoken such un.teadinei"t of Whig In Mx...h..*i<., Lur.it'.i m.jirity for Governor which nill insure equal protection to all. entering the that political 1Va arena again. In of the for a short rime next spring or summerIf most all tbe passage and was considerably i

purpocc and judgment such a vacillating, in decisive considerable rcdured. One Van Buren member Respectfully, upposition not thought ultimately, therefore, you choose to have Damaged by the severe gale nhicb prevailed
and trifling, eliarattpr on the part of our po.j.irunthat is fleeted and Your ob't servant, public employment I was about going into my name; it must not he expected of ,
to Congress, in one district therei me Her Bowsprit was caned -she lost :
.. the profession"' axvay
we nouia harness again as much foroccupation
aloe ,
IHn.1U Notmon.ApaUchicoSa that
exp0surt.Tlie I i no choiec. The remainder of the delegatesare emoluments.I shall neglect these engagements to r spars and ber bulwarks, &c, were more or I III
argument urged, we understand, by a pcr.r I \\IlIg8. John ,{nincv. Ad.m n again elected. I as visit all part of the Territory. If twelve less injured by the tremendous that
r tion of East Florida thai they were not iu thut section Nov. 19 1638.Hirain I The implication you hivo maJe to me is of II seas
years service in ail of which I I I .
The Commercial Conveiaion were continually weeping her-Great
held ,,
recently in Ir anxiety
in a situation to deliberate on the quthlion inconsequence more gratifying as it was determined
. citizens ..honor of first Sir :-I have received your letter of tho cause, dots not give me character enoughto the 20th to the 27ih of Octobi' and weather
to bat Ijtllo .veiht. They did deliberate and having m' eUcd the en. an absence of nearly two yeaisin foreign r,
! they did act, and a majority of that section voted ,: terpriooof a direr' trade lo Europe: J'rom tile southern 17th inst. requesting me to state the reasons i i countries. It has not been conciliated by be clec-ti-d without personal solicitation! I I[ on the const England was extremely severe -

Slalc, in the year 1135.! On reference to the why my return of the population cf Apala- attentions, heartless do not deserve :o be your representative. 1 I and iiheu the steaDIer Liverpool come
Had Haltering
: agajnti a stale. they been unanimous it would I any or promiSt'S. :
files: ofUio Floridian chicolu did nut conform with my statement to I wish to be perfectly frank and candid with I of the of
of 1834
find out Li\
we the the wiLd
1; not have altered the result. If they deliberated longer following There have been no arts ol popularity, port er'pool. was !
Idler from fellow you, viz : four thousand and upwards. It I you. I hold it to be an impartial obligation W.
citizen lesh
our Col. White with !
? their role in favor ur against a tato would not in : ot schemes indented to tnlist public favor: ,- a heavy sea. She was
t strengthen the claim, of the other ,sections have r Europe; likewi.e a circular referring to tl.o same affords me pleasure to correct the error, by I II I none of the artifices too often resorted to for when one accepts It public trust to perform it I last seen 30 miles from Tuskar, at 3 o'clock. !

,' some little deference paid to their wishe We be. sul.jcct in a subsequent number. In juM;>e to Co!! stating that, at tire time of taking the census t ihe purpose forcing individual pretensions with fidelity, and to sacrifice all private and I P. M., on the 21t ul.! She was then ma-
W. the lellcr.LOXDO I I supposed it my duty to number all the tran personal interests to do so. When I
we re--ublislt Congreas n head
lieve the change in East Florida is in fevor of a | upon the electors of tho Territory. If I enter king rapid way considering the weather.
State. Who is not 'iiisfief that Florida and her AUGUST 22, 1834. sient persons then hen, which was very 'large, Congress under such a nomination, I shall adjourns in midsummer, after a fatiguing The probahty is that she experienced the I
I but in this opinion I was corrcctcdby gentlemen i iI an-J harrassiog session I shall claim
citizens if she bad been a sovereign State with DEAR SIR.-I have made a visit here fora do so with a pride and character that ought now same if not worse weather 'ban the Great

tkrtt totet in the nalionil councils, would hue been week or ten days uud have availed uiyelfof I in hose judgement I relied, and accordingly I If to belong to your representative.You acd then the privilege yOU have heretofore Western and has put into Halifax .,

less neglected and 'tit-treated than they have beenfor every leisure rnouieot to encourage f my return included only the permanent I' do me no more than justice when you 5') generously sanctioned "f going where Ipltime. I I Bermuda, or some other port. From
establish ; residents of the city. Re.pectfu'ly' your. |S> As 1 would rather serve than flatter
capitalists direct trade
to between
four years poet by the general government. a express a confidence Jtnat I am identified Liverpool papers we learn that the same
, Who can doibllhat our'claiinn in arrear will re- London and Liverpool, and our ports ia I Signed JOHN ENDUMAN.Ship with you in feeling and interest in the great f the people I shall not bold myself obu'ge-1! togo bad arrangements were made as it regard

.ceifi lpeecli.r and more just consideration'wiien we Florida; especially those of St. Marks Ap- question which now occupies tbe public ;I upon what is called an electioneering fuel for the Liverpool, ad with the Roy*'

become a meoibcr ofihe confederacy tItan now. palachicob and Pensacol.i. Agens will Washington Irving I mind in regard to the organization of the I tour. I promptly refer to the past, as an William. The L. failed from Liverpool with

immediately b'J! ticut out with instructions lo Nov. 19, I83. } assurance of what I, shall do for the futureif only 20 days
Bat it is contended by some that wj cannot bo I government, and our admission into the supjily,; including 50 tons of

admitted into tbe Union without a .population ol f. report upon the subject, and supplied with hiram Source,Esq. Union as a free, sovereign, and independent: I am honored nilb jour confidence. Mr. Williams' pr pamOD.! Therefore, to

47,000 the present congressional ratio of represen. ample funds to make advances on cotton I Dear Sir :-Youi letter of the 19tu int state. This important question I am happy to I never did interfere further then to re the Trans Atlantic Sleanahip Company v*

. tation. There is a mistake. There is nothing in I believo (Kit it can be demonstrated that the is now before me. (In reply to your inquir- see.has brought out our experienced and strain one from using tbe power and patro the friends of those on board, and the 'pub-

the coostituton of the U S. which reqircs such num planters in Florid. loose 20 per cent, upon I ries respecting the depth oi' water on the bar substantial citiz nsand awakened as it ought najre of the government to oppress another.I lic generally, iudebed for tbe present derp

bersci.w, tptdjie number. Such requirement can their cottons, by the present unnatural and I at the west pass, I can stile unhesitatinglythat to do, the patriotism zeal, and talent of the have the honor to be, gentlemen, with anxiety for her fatci The British and American -

; Mt be imjtlied or deduced from any part of that inetrument cirmilons trade in storage, commissions, with six years experience in the trade I I[ country. The character, morals, Bud respectability high considerations of respect, your obedient Steam packet Company, and also

We ai4 thoso who contend for the contrary in:urnnce epeculations and delays, The j I IhojKo have, in passing the bar endeavored to as- etc state, as well as its agricultural servant, JOS. M. WHITE.Col. that of the Great Western, have managed

; p.*kiaft to inform us if we are in error byquotation of F.V.. Smith & Co. will |.rob.ifcly I' curtain its true soundings, and have invariably and commercial prosperity depend Robert W. AlUton,.Maj.* Jno. Tay their affairs) discreetly, but the Trans-Alto-

: e/that.clan! *. relied on. The treaty r'r cstublisk a line of vessels to St. Marks and I I found at high tid -s fifteen fe.it and upward upon the fundamental laws. The internal lor, Cap Jno. S. 'Taylor; 1.'. Reynolds tic Company have hot cor ducted themselves-'

cesaioo gaars uties our incorporation into the U. S. Pcnsncolu; and I understand, that the house *,and should have no hesitation in attempting improvement, administration of justice, security Esq R. II* Berry Esq. so well. jfTie,character{ Captain Hoskln

: ** .oonu. consistent with the principles: of the ofThouiaa Wilson has already made arrangements the passage of the bar with a ship I of property. all rest upon the labours is rising rapitly, aW.so isihnt. .of ,his Com
, constitution.. ?*, The eonttruclion! of this cLsu*Sis to send vessels to Ap.ilachicola." druwlagjiftecn feet. of the highly respectable convention about to NEWYORK"No.16. pany. -

as soon as the people demand it, by forming a I am eudeavoring also to form companits Very Respectfully assemble for the formation of our constitu- The '1
republican,Cooliitution and submitting to Con In the South of France and Italy to intro- Y6ur ob't servant. tion. CANADA Liverpool!t Steamer took out most' jap

: grass. Congress cannot when we have done so r< duce the culture of the Vine Olive into Flor- P. W. Montreal- -. --l- .nnnpra-. --- nf-- ihi--- -121h-,.. ;.,i.. .. r.h-...;.. L portanl'despatchear. to prevent .Lord' Dta JD
Signed LATHAM. U
If I frorn
Le of
: can any service in executing i : returning to England.! Previous toltosailtag .
;1 fun ft* admiasioo without a violalion of the plight ilIa. and the growth and mnnufueture tf Silk some 'additional particulars the :;battlerat

t .d faith of tbe nation. Tbc,n principles have I teen I shall return to Paris In a (ci v days; nnd j>ct their recommendations, I do not feel at liberty I Lacolle which it i is now said was foughtwith i, of the Liverpool l, all England waaift

, advanced and surUin.d-Ia the public) press, and by out to Italy with a view to (this Dna oilierx- Ship Adeline, Apalachicola, ) to decline any station in which they may 'I' the whole Patriot force consisting' of l a fever about Lor :Durham and the ilf

tbf. adi<(ais for.the Conrenlia in the primarymeetings jects. I bad chipped last winter from Genoa I I Nov. 19, 1638. / consider my humble abilities useful to them. I about 400 men. The defeat of the PatrVotawas bourne Cabinet.. According; to every appet' *?

-of the, people fur'month't And we havehaaxd Leghorn and Marseilles, every variety' To Hiram Nour,Eq.D I thought when the subject was first 'dis- complete, and they I left in the hands, of ance the cabinet i ft In the last stage OdiSsoktjon.

t .!T! oo one who has ventured to attempt any of Vine, and a number of Olive troes. They <' .Sir-I have rfccived your favor of cussed, that no census ought to be taken tbe volunteers their six-pounder about In furtherance of this view w.
250 .
\! aaaMrs/jtw,lh4i I cxctpl,by Uiv general atcrlitn that arrived at NV York too Kite to be dent to'' the 17th inst. and willingly reply to your in- under a territorial law, because it "would.be stand of arms killed and 8 prisoner.. The perceived that tbe Chronicle of the 19th, thOr

.acJ.gopulatioo wu J qui4teVe bare beard noerfumtnt Florida but will be sent this winter.I quiries. JV'y Ui;p now lies within .three 'miles unavoidably imperfect, and would not be received wounded escaped over the lines. day before the Liverpool sailed. stases In along

I : from tbat i ide of the questlon- ihere isaor j I think there will be no difficulty in obtaining I of the wharves, where she Mill' receive her by Congress as conclusive, was not i the volunteers were killed and Two ol semi official article, which no:: doubt

. rooiaor qutstlonVo the loun lor the Union Bank. If I I I cargo of 1500 b-leu of cotton, or 1600 i if com directed in the manner usually required, and two woun contains the riewi of the government tbat

It )liuU'j aU ty 4nd ..p ., xisls with aet bad been authorized, I could have negotiated pressed. My experience in this ,rae', pre- might expose our want population! .and ded.On the of the 9th the "Lord Durham ba'd not'positively Defraud

I{ iarjtfard'fo o Ec.,ofth.. .'S. wbos, com. It. I: shall go to Venice end Florence, cludes in my mind, at:! doubt of a sufficiency impose upon the people unnecessary expense.' was renewed morning by .Nekon himself attempt hoped uthaL b would remain ,to perfect
: '_D9'i will i TM.vacalcd ea,;&' cbarf. pf governbara and return by Leghorn and Genoa, and sail of water in an ordinary state of tides to enable The course I preferred and recommended well armed men from 800 the great ,work he had undertaken to rtaj

.;'. beard complain. of lb. OVUMOOa'jprodatQatioa for the United States the 15th of October. I he.ship to go out without difficulty Wall to'pass a law authorising a,convention more who bad Napierville, and 200. the plaguo"__and "to consider Canada'Jiu

I} tGIobtk of Uio, docUoa of th I I am very respectfully. detention with u full cargo. Respectfully, in the epilog of.139. The United States' this time-sworda and pikes. Tbe attack post of honor"-"and still :fiert bunsclfrevtnl >;

FfCribdby 1 law,.And ,trea bay S Your. innat ob't servant, Your ob'tiiat, will at their own coat take'the 'ceostu io defeated by 200 was volunteers upon Odletowo which waa the dtsowjmbertot of. eropirrJ1 f.f

b L t ; H blfD a cribcd to bosti ;JOSEPH: WIlIT Signed, J..S. DOANE.. 1840. 'This would give:us' all, the' increase of Col. Tayjof. After under action command The Parlitmtat*to be caUc_d_ togtt tbrlJ t,
to Ui. cUt W. kuow last wia. and influx of ; ; an of shot ri It: 'hde
lily gorcrnmeoU WILLIAM WILSON Esq. f pop latidn up to'that' period.- two ouind. (half waa reported even that the Qoeen r i c.
Ur,Goreroor Oil u avowed ia bii jnesuge, wasvaraUjrlnfifordfJasteU The constUulioa would be ''prose ied I at Ihe : during which several self writ Hi) wI4o4.PJsbMh.. ''Pttiucalcitement .1-
; MORMON TROUBLES ENDEDBy Apaaclilcola,20i'h! Nov., 1838.: brilliant aJ lhes'were made by the volunteers
govtrnmsAtad .. 110 session: of 1839-40. Its : is.ibiagia&oglaod. Atrerire
_Ii.tb&i hia opiDio ii4 i4.w.II'eJw a slip from Uu 'office of the St..Louis Hiram I Nourse", "Esq. law to admit the state would approval'have been! a the rebel retreated, I leaving; fifty dead and 1 meeticg of 60,000 radicals bad meta iW

.cIa,-iaad wt aW..ppo.e' the feel that the acting Commercial Bulletin, of the 8th insu, we ,D arr;Sir:-I have,received' your letter of temporaneous with the returns of the'federal con l oirnying off several' wounded.' shire crying out for Uie."Six Points" i;j.'

Oen PtI> raiwa4a Candida leier a
COVTSJ #UM feaffieieaUJr indicated iie.pUI. Tbe (the mtOBtioo of these disturbance The channel l i.f vtfU poi1'. and in reply of 1840 will give us sufficient 'number .despatch'announcing that the rebel* -_.. J

s31ibJ.Ai@! Florida fcowaod -' Mormons seeing uch a large body of men, win re.raarVi'that.althowk ;V.work: .i is yet in- demand as "a right oar diriisal r' to who had assembled in arms'in tbe District DUpltti have,btea tent off fiom..tie

.vZbbtbsepPct 1tv4we4v.Merit.od it assembling together, all highly excited, aDd co.mpotc.} there .in difficulty in bringingshipidrdwiog.cn o'the conititution\which 'declarer&ipootliatpart 'that t Montrear','have,been' entirely! dispersed bv colonial oce.-. A:deputation of th_ mf

.il4'i.mMI ti* k, or;jmpedo the eoorse nfMCKtfc considering discretion the better part of va ] feet'jrater.to J lbs wharves at representation shall be sl.Tb br,1sisty'I trbop/and UifttqliiateeW ", ants nnoeteii witK the oquD 'lee.1b ..t .
ij ie.'I l levery' I. '
impelled by.UM almost.unauitoous will! PrLZ. lor,",surrendering themselves to,Gen. Atchiion ordinary tides .. that' ihe ItisaUted: ia the Montreal Courier'I atlas wtlte upou Lord: .GIene1jj",in, ,co
'. .' .. without even firing ,a gun. Joe Smith I, i Having been'engaged for tlie Jast) two years states would concede a.I.: faTour'what generality of the. CoU Van Reaiaalaer va, at ChamphiagJ qucQCofihe' uneasiness which, previBed.
ib prophet on.l two of three ,oflbeun. in \ we I : TbiuIt of that interview W not, .\IJ i
:Wb&t will be th. -rsstfl of oar application, t a mere ; sijperintending'irnprovementsiq the harbor ght not be authorized fullto demand aa'a JSPM,"f" j'Sfr'Wt:WSfJte ;
t.'CoI 4111JaSoae bit soi.Ioacsobc rt leaders ire to.be token.to Jefferson city, and f eAPi"raC! gt'J have :*d arop)0) opportu- rig-'However' thu' to I tfb n tdjubtIhatlnsfrrnu "U"e',,*rt traatpirtd but tio. !it U tald w" -I
he iei (about 700) ,to be marched wiil niti a nf i ti_ -"_- '.? v may .,A report prevailed assayed tha .cro'rj means ,w-.ud: be tiktap l ;
st$1VFIdIst.V1v.busk *- II.4m1tCU.2 I aa ; >- C flftuIng: .IC ? i, sod: after the 'ywrcrday, 'that, UMJ i
JnMt Ql..Jtf by ho bounds ,of iEettaLa.! A wmb o r J terttloatfcrf "of 1pltididsteamboa" 'Great Britain ensure th. Uttgrity of tbe faaadau. and:**,
: LNiiMind'f.1. .c ''' POI e'nl !OIJ JI1 a7pg'Thbi, ,,linking.iriio4view thia nllttoualnillan tnr ie'itzal11I Jm tW b.be fl
..W---M.l!.,l 6\it kticfro1untcar: companiej sblude I lb dEpth of deltro. :tb."J.i l. l? interests aTthconnected* 'tbmr'COierce -
& c btr. we .lnte.a -4. ,were | wafer at iuo WUICIII anti requ iite)1lauon:: i# 1IJ, ..... .. .
n tt ti. ifUD' 't '" n theErl
"4a. tbW eid had return d to'tft.if wilern ., : :.it was tiso iptimated thai,s uld
bQna.- and "
; .psc ,a.Pj wlllcb ..fll pc.jh' I I4vgutta pagfei, the perfect safoly'fbr iin- farorabl? cotutructlwiof ;tlja eonitMfcn" r la/ i.L _\ .'T .

fro.. J*'new. prevents. f.. I Ntt. CAMililr..J. .. cborage, the advantage of the port are fully The' tehritdHal ( or ,'::11 : tD.jtb Pa' !Mb hiihwdderInma.ion
treaty. QDJf U S : .
i ke& 1 .I
t&a .,. ( it lrtnd out anotbe
t.M&11LII'.1o.r.1)1.t o.'( Ir4a" ., equal to Ati'd 1 of &i* ;otKdr'/rrtK Calf of time! for the fJyuat lief '' ; waa !beiettDZi ?
a { We I learn from the! Mobile' CommercjaT"BinTcs fdiil6biippWucbid ftfttepente J ",The 8teambrOnidajuatthjy3fri' nobhtma :orpoh e. :
"" pn.dd .,.CxI.CO, 'Jh .$pe tfuUyyou has bftai la .' ., t9n: :
l (.c1ste.-.,12th .. 'l te. 1 1't a.tre f, t coiftVntioTi .
appointed b tth
Iutt1hM1k of lrof1,r t..o. t."ed. ;
EeJ '
I.' .w Jbeooati: hk7IthstB nk.: oTucsloo, t:1d 'dJat' ,Signed,. BENJ. HURD.' and f nm dfcJdedlr.iri f tot:f"'.' :.. pp. *P ce,at Eres-: 1wa"1i .dta\,1IT1 J : : _."

_, s.tus oW C!. rU.\4IP.'I ,be'&dB t' erlIoU.: mj"'j bi : A" W >_ cu'f f .fI. romlilioD 1Iflh ea iiilhillO .cl actt.Li.df < '
: q&4 H IIJIn' pr tOWI,ql. nbnbHrifi 8 t. ii'A"H. iiil1PU' (ihi ; 1.
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The London Times of the lib and 25th the lake, evaporation would be much less ina .r- --- -w'--- -I---i -- j w 1k-- L11 L WI
October ha* several columns in reference to cold, wet summer, than in a warm dry one. FOR NEW YORK.rI FOR NEW YORK. Notice. I VALUABg c1nRORI.TOASALE

Lord Durham's miesion and the affair of It is well known that the snows of the pact THE Brig WACULLA, J. B. Ratoooe new.and.f4kt uilrng Brig SIX Weeks aftef date,I aUU apply to the HOB, ,l1,11uN1
THE 'Judge of the Cut Court of Leon Coon-
Canada. The articles are tfghljr censorious three winters have been unusually heavy, master,will sail) fjr the ahore 2I3' Mark; Williams master, tr for letter of attainistration my oa the estate '*T .YiuaI 1'i tI OSTU.R
the lOih inst.
Lord Durham and port on For' freight or ___-__' --Aavine most of her cargo engaged will David B. : Street, ar the -Wirdt
commendatory to of 36 and MaComb
upon and that the summers 1835 j37, having splendid accommodations ,, deceased, -claiatflf the same
_ passage sail for the a port with despatch. For freight in behalfof the United ingtettBaildinn IUr* ii cire *
States o'Amcrica-a
Culburn. Timrs that
Sir John The *n/a were wet and exiremel cold. This 1 judge '
very accommodation
aoply to the Culain.\ .or toHOLT or pa&sige, living good empire meat creditor of said deceased. are at
"Lord Durham' exclamation on this subject think will be sufficient to account for the rise & MILLER. of the roasiet or to Win JfcN AUGHT.Pt. .. SAUL. S.SIBLEY.J Confect Ic ncr, Krnwls>& Base uJWib -

(the powers vested in Lord D. when he of water. The supply has been large, and St. Marks, Doc. I. 1C38. 2w Mn-ki- Nor 17th. 1838. 15w ___li.__BULL- mu, Printing pifice, the USsiteItU.
fc receivtd
left atid: hi.t exercise of those FOR BOSTON. CO.Uavejisi Geo. & K. LniCTbur-er,,and tArtb&wiEii.
England the email. : .
powers evaporation Geneva and
other ivals
Piano Forte 7Iiisic.FOR par ship art i' rf o Tbe niuaation for bmiaeM'tsfoBft of the mvetSi).
) in Canndu nil! carry contempt and The water bgnn rising in the spring of SALE at the Jewtlry tflore of Mcnars. HIS New nnd superior Brig John era! m irtment of the moil fa hi0nal lsty1e..fbJui', gibIjiin the City. Apply to WM.PDV'I :

obloquy towards ilicse Ministers into the continued rise until the month : J. Qilpin, Taker mat r. will hive black, brown,mixed and fancy ihCaaiiueirsr, .
remotest 1836, and to Nui'z' formerly Gerardin. I Nov. 10 -U I uiek despatch Laving part of her car Fellings, &r. w bich they would preateJjo make -,- $_ .-
parU of England. of June, 1839, when it reached its highest -" AN"OFFER go cngn *itor, freight or pai ave app'y tu the up for Uu-ir easterners. They having been tteleetcd "Pf v.l

The cotton market nfL'tvrrpool has ndvati point. Fiom 1S30 to 1835, tho variation %TISHING to purchase a laigcr tratof l land, Captain$ ti initrd, or to BE TON t FISHER..Nor. with great lire l>om tbe latest New York Importations N O'1O} '** '
ted in consequence of the nsw carried out was but little, if, any.-In August, 1837 the V I odor for &*le my plantation six miles N E ii, 1838. 153 cinnot fail to pi.:ase the must fastidious.K&iPY LIE-Co-nartitefthiB eifctWorVelwrtiif f er

by the Great Western. At the last dated it water was ten inches above the level of those of Tallahassee, on thv MontirclloonJ Thom isyileroadcnhutiijn of FOR- NEW YORK.HEfoxl MADE CLOTHING. I, thefinnofTA'FT.HPLT/A CO., ar flu

was fluctuating. It will remain so tilt the years and iu June of the present year it )had 40J acres cjeared.nll WO acres within, the ihore last are live upwards and most end lubst.mtial Bii Frocks Superfine do.Sipcrlne black. LIuo,am! fancy colored dr b coats. Marks, is this daydisso1ir4't,1rantsIsS4 -

Royal William! reached Liverpool, and then risen twenty one inches more, making u to- in the Ia.t two "r three ye.irs, I can with candor Impulse, Wedge master the fur Woe, black, brown, drab, and mixed All are persons requested having Idsefihs aetotffltr tbeia with iff. Ov wiUr G&341id ibid )ir ,

there will be a general rise, in our opinion at tal rise of thirty one inches. Soon alter the ay th-ttfor fertility of soil, (b of a ri-h cboco- freight or pfts ae apply to Capi Orcr-couls, 1'ilo' cloth! do. Beaver do.Mohair do. George Miller,of said firm, who are July retfcc>fiscd -
luc) bmu jot'situjtion, goduesi of water, and on board or to BETTON & FISHFR. Blanket do.
least. The contest between the spinners commencement of the warm weather in to COM the same. 88 TAT V,
S'ipcriority of sorteey i" iisvicinity, it is surpassed Nov. 17. I83 !53wT1 Fine black and! Ptalx -
ensrs. Fancy colored Jo.Barkskin
and holders was still waging hot and likely to June the water bt'gnn falling, on the 13th of
by no plantation in Leon county. The fences are FOR! NEW ORLEANS. Plaid,& Ribbed do.ang1exi Doeskin do. GEQ:. MILLER.
continue so. August it had fallen nine inches, and on the superior ant the land clear of crass-Terms liberal Common Casi. dj of all colors, fine Wo,mixed, St. Mark September 1813s uT-tnt
The Schooner Tucavilla A. Blivin -
The reports received by the Great Wes 18th October it wits twelve inches lower, for 8iu-h land. JOHN H.TAYLOR. and Fancy S.ttiinett do.
THE Business becarrJ4 islet
will in (
'Fiiikeina, N"vO i-: tRlf master,will sail for the above |Port from attire
tern steam vessel, respecting an extensive and stood at the level of 1837. St. Mirk, as a regular packet, this Doible Kentm-ky and J.ansd! the name of Holt.tf Miller. G GHOtT;
: breasted Cloth -
deficiency in the crops of cotton in some of These are facts, and have been obtained To Planters. wirtcr. For freight or passage apply to Messrs. black silk oingle veeu. Superfine ,
Plain black
fin II E Velvet do. and blue Satin
the aouth western Suites of America, have with considerable trouble. I have no hesitation ibi-r having determinwl his inatiincti to leaeJL Kerr Si Kerksey, T-ilIahasxoo, to the Captain on do. Fine figured do. fancy figured do. Noticej -
IheTeiritory ofF! riila, pl
caused the prices to advance in Liverpool, in saying that they will not vary two (- Apa'achirolariver.! about< eight miles below C'luiuiMiuiochec bO&rIorto L. A. Madden, in St.Marks. Colored Valentias. of superior quality Faacy A\\\ person interested lath* estate ottG nur.
the Ouober22, 1838. 12 Silk da-tie cloth Vehret,-Fair fancy Thibet,- din, dec'd are notified that at then4i.Term,
and be of
speculative purchases to large.- inches from the actual height the water, formerly Mt Virn-m, it contains 12 cr1WO
Con Coirr the Aoroiautrator
of Leon
I 1839 ,
colo-eJ silk ty
These reports are, however, very contradictory at the times dated. : acres, about 400 of which arc in a high sla'cof J;:t-. FOR LIVERPOOL, quality anti latest -Fancy cut silk figured VeUet dy.do.-superior will die his lies) aeeossnts and mlke.kiswttSneDi! ,
to all the prcc* drifT accounts. The The theory that the rise of water w.i.s the cultvaiion, it stretches at least three mi lew on THE Ship Geneva, J. Hah. m.xsier. A superior quality of Ladies CJotb, Merino, am! in-fly a discharge as admsvsist.Mnll g to

intelligence wants, therefore, confirmation caused by the BIak Rock Dam is too ridiculous In pint margin fer/ility of the river Ihe ,laudis of the not richest to IKJ canebrake..urp.tssid, i, will November.be ready For io receive freight apply cargo to 1st of Thibet,and Damask Cloaks. taw. GERABDIIT f i'* **!***!*,.

before the necessity- the late advances can merit Tho elevation if Chileans Germ.ii Jackets and Pants. 7. ,
to attention. of t quilled in the territory ; on the jiretntscs is a ROBERT LYON. Aam'i. of I. Gererdin deeeacd.
Merino ,
Cravat black Italian silk le
be well ptcceived. In some degree, however the different lakes above the level of the comfTieblctwo lory dwelling hcu e, on a haauti- Tdllhas ful site one mile Irum the river containing six fire .---
the destruction of number of -
so great a is follows.
ocean as FOR NEVYOIIC.: and silk Pocket Handkrrchief-w
places ventilated!
a spacious and well with DWELLINGS RENT.A
bales of cotton by the late fire in Liverpool, Luke Superior, 623 feet, Lake Michigan, large indnws passage Cotton and woolen thirls and drawers Cloth do.
vi with all in ces ary out buildings, a E .rig Nimrod, J. Smithjr. master is ready NEAT two d wolfing situated '-
Boys doCnildrcnsdu. storj
may be tikeii into the account as tending to 600 feet; Lake Huron 580 feet, Lake Ontario goad cotton gin and cotton screw, put up ihi* m inlh T .
to receive cargo. For freight or passage, Oakiands Philadelphia made superfine Boots. 200 (cot street laieIjfiaMhe4, coaft
diminish the stock, and therefore to render 230 feet. an extt-IIeut spring of water at a convenienl dintancc the LYON four tnefoMdi Also
apply io Master on board or tu R. Fine silk Umbrellas. rooms, ktlchen, millet iwatly ,
probable the susluinuient ol the lute advances Soil would tike: n pietly "tall darn" at from mill the house, with a 50.d spring hon'-e. a horse Nov. 10.-14-tf Tallahnsse. Nrgro clothing of all des-criptions. the Dwelling hoo. occupied by'A.F PoraH, esqoo -.
iih 1
iron .
s- 'J '
it: price.-Morning CJuron. Oct 22. Black! Rock, tn raise the water in Lake Superior had by early application ci s, &' an.A! easy go p-iymerts arpuiu may, say bz, ]: FOR NEW YORK.E Buck Fur Icy's Hats.superfine PiiilttdelphU made fashionable Ca houa next.street fott. uion R.i T.given WELLFORD oit -the'f 1stJaneaiy

FR.t NCE. more than a thomunrl miles distant, I, C, and :i,ye.i r.-. c.c -ji, -..ii:ioul intirest, which Brig BIORDIENO, Chase, Melts fine silk, woolen, Merino, and Cotton Ho NOT !0-14--4t ** "
The Putts correspondent of the London and sixty-three feet above the level of Lake will cnabKthe purrh\-erto: make fmynetits on thepla.iatin. U. rnnstcr. For freight or enpply siery. -

Times states that the French government is Eric. D. jfJI. TONEY.Nov. to the master at St. Marks, or to Linncn Collars and Bosom NOTICE. 5

seriously alarmed by the progicss of the 10th 1&3J 1841Notice. Rf-hert Lyco.Nov.24th. Bi oad Cloths, Caftsimere*, Satinetts, and Vest ALL persons areH hereby eintioaed agaisuttrX'
electoral! reform 13i8.:; 16-if inn. ol'all de, riDtionii. or recerfin>ra, Cheek drawn sad signed
question among the Married, B'k dted ihe &ls- inn for
the ,
by me on CUIOTI ,
LL Notice.
4 indcbud to DANIEL McREANYI the President of the U. S.
persons By
Guards. SyMemiilic attempts* arc In Tallahassee! on ThiirKday ereninjjlsjit by the 8150. The Check having been obtained (rem me
nude: to crush the Liberty of the Press. Rev. Mr. Ker Mr. G.C. !MIDDLKTON. of Penaacoln Juring the yeir I83vi;, and the firm of MeRAENYar.d STRAYED from the subscriber, I N pursuance of law, I, MARTIN VAN BU- without value received, 1 am determined not Lapel
HAWE.S daring the years 1-37 and October, near M'nticello tEN, President of the.United Slates of Ameic -
to Miss ESTHER E. ALLKN the Bank
of Gad dciicouny stooped al
tho bus
The chief editor of the BOB Sons is said 3i are notified that immediate be same
Fla. payment mu NOT 14
to have been "brought over." The pUice maile lo the sutKcr.ber who is duly authorized to marks recoiledeil: i* a white spot onti SALE will he held a:St. Augustine,in the Territory 7- -

arc active in their search after ihe MoniieurRepublicain 'Tis joy to meet at Friendship'* bhrino, n.ccithe same. FRANCIS HAWliS.D'C >e tell shoildcr and bushy tail, it is supposed said : Florida, on Monday,the fifth little clundc Where heaitu tiaci-re ofi men ; I 1. 1 IWtC-ifDlTs7)LUTION. hlnrce wi'l mak Itis w ay up into Georgia. A liberal next, for the disposal wf tte! pnblie landr TOWJLE, a late graduate of pArtmSntn.J.

a journal, but supposed to bt extensively c-rculated. And the -|-|HE Co-p&rlnership heretofore existing under him to nie in Talthissre! ; or any nror.iiaiion and frartion.tl townships in the east Florida land a Teacher of Youth,i a thie eUj or jrieiniry.,-
Several new arrests have been made of per- give repoiad-"Ti. sweet. 41 the firm of hARLEY ant I OOR3f N is respecting .he same will be thankfully received. district, to wit: Farther information may be obtained at Uiis of.

sues connected with it. The King and Bat when at loves own acred shrine, this day dissolved by mutual consent. All business E. B. CLARK. North of the base line and east of the meridian. fi: 'r

Queen of the Belgians h-tve arrived in Paris. Young kindred pirit meet, of said firm will be Bef.lsd l.y W. P. GORMAN T..lIa'iass-c. Nov. 21th.103a.._16 Fractional townships one, two, three,four,and five, Tallahassee, November 1st. 1833. 13-tf
who is duly authori/eJ to settle the samr. THO1AS II. IIAGIWER, of St. river of '
TURKEY. And forever I am thi.ic,'' [east Mary's ,] range twenty-three. LAW NOTICE.
say P. H. HARLY, three and four and fractional
To.vnships one, two,
Dates fiom Constantinople! are down to 'Tis bliss,'tis mote than sweet.-n. B.KER. N-.v. 21 l88-f; Trm. P. GORMAN. ATTORNEY AT LAW, township five, of range twenty-four. NJM. H. BROCKEJiBROUGH, Attoiney k
P. S. The huttinc will be conuntd ll old 'J'aHahassee Fla. y V Counsellor atLaw.will practice thevsourfa
ihe 3d ult. Colonel Wilbralrim at >e Fo-vnahipsonp, two, and three, of range twen'y-
it appears, SHIP NE VS. sand where a general a.suitTcnt of cooU moy be VrY ILL 1raCtic0 in all the Cou.ts of JTnlu five. ofFrnklioCalhoun.Washington,JacksonvG&ds- 15
arrived in that city on the Int., with dopatch- f'iiinl at all MWS._WP.. qOR3IA&r /"/ Florida. Office atj.in'n.j! that of Leslie A. Township one, ofranjjc twenty sx. den and Leon countiesand the Court of Appeals,

cs from Mr. M'Neil, the BritUli Ambassador Port of St. Marks. Thompson. E q. [(16J Frdctijuajtownsliip3! [ one, two thre.-, ana four, ofran'c Residence Jpalachicola.NOT. .
pair of wet l.ro'tc NORTHERN _
Sale ,
a 1.1818.
in Persia. British i influence Arrived.Nov. F 4 14-1 v
according FREDERICK TOWLE. Sale twentyven.FratnaItotvtsbip5 .. ..
HOUSES. For ----------------- ----- ,
to (the intelligence re fivi d, had suddenly dries. 23, bug Marshall Ncy.TuIbot, N. Y. to sun Nv. 24t',1s: N excellent R>ad "Wagon and five young one, two,and,three, of range- CAUTION.ALL .- -'- -

rained the ascendant in Petsia, and had induced 4 Mules a HK\V covered Carryall and twenty-eight persons are cautioned against tradings-io* 4
24, schr. Ehizabtli! C4olilje, Downey, sail, Apala'hicula. EXl'AtlTrJ Fractional' townships on the SCIJAH to to the Harness. .fppy! to It. J. IIACKLEY. note of hand fiven by me ta.Daniel Car evgze
premise accept Caroiir.e! Adduis petition > Loon County couit. twenty-nine.
ultimatum presented to him by Col. Stoddard I 2G, S. B. New Caal-, Currie, N. O. via St. Joseph for Dower. ) T.illalia''ee.! Nov. 2M. lfi8.! _1G-2.V South of the base line and east of the meridian Tnomas dollars,counly dated,the Geo.12th for one of October hnndrcd jv:end
sixty-five t
"Tallafcassee Female Seminary.. :
and ioilhwilh to raise the siege of Herat. and Penacu' baii.t.I' TOTICEik tiers by given nf the Clin of said Township sir, of range cihteen. payable thirty days after date, as the coandenctlon
Female School will be
All Schr, Octavia*Jenkins, St. Joseph, balasr. l'eti..in for do\\ei i.i the estate of Jo'm J. A permanent opened onihejfir live and MI.of nineteen.
iipprehrnsion' of a rupture between Goat in Township* range for which the note was given hafailedej iu*
in this
27 ihr. Orjii'jo, Smith, ballast, .jpaUuIiicola. Adam dec. uid that the \ Itr. leard and *; January next the Academy three five and si of "
Britain and IVr.Mi hid Mi'jsiJe-J.' ?, samei' Pierce and Townships one, two, *, range determined mt to pay it. .t -:
under the of Miss
schr. AvaUnciie. city, superintendences
Ureeu, ballast,ytjulachicola. detc'inincJ at tie' next March Term of saiJ Court twenty. WM.CANNON. '
The best understanding is said to prevail 28, brg MuntilU, Sears, N. Y. indz.to sundrioi. according to law. Miss H art.coinpriing instruction in all the departments Townships one, two, three, and six, of range twen Tallahassee, November 1833. j
between the commanded, officers, and Cleared, I Nrven.Ur-2iJ.lS33. 16Vcndiic. -| of English Education ; a'lMj Ancient and ty-one. t

seamen of the united British and Turkish 32. Brig Stilira, Balibitl! v,N. Y. 403 bales cotton -- Modem Linguagca, Music and Drawing. Fractional township one,townships two,three.four, NOTICE, :

24, Schr. i'hakKjieare, (Jluicr, Boston, HSj bdlcnCOtldll. TERMS. five and six, of range twenty two. A LL persons having claims-against Hhe ect4aCA '
squadrons, would appear that the \ 1LL BE SOLD at I'i.b It Vcodue on SA- Tuition in EnglUh,510,00 l per quarter of 10 weeks. Townships onr,two,three, four, five, and six, of of Farquahar Macrae, deeeaaeeVare-! lersbi
French admiral did not regard this harfuony 23, Schr. Aligato', Lewis, pine wood, tlavaiina.JQ 'NrTURD next, at the Plantation of Dr. For those under ten yearn, 8,00. '* rango twenty three. required to present them within the .tfaxe.pvsicsib

with a confiding friendly eyo, as he T. F.AHdee.! eoui! four miles Iron Taluhass! Languages, each 6,00 Townships one, twi., three, four, five, and six, of ed by Uw, or they will be forever barred, 'Is
kepi a cuter, constantly off Totiedous in fccrtioit 4 4" 5, oil Lafayettu townrhip, the fallowingpers Drawning and Pointing, 8,00 mange tv.only four. indebted to the estate will make* ,atmenrt.thm'r
observation ofthcjr 'iial ;f'lope'ty( of*aid dec. a':ed, viz: Payment haf! in advauce. Toun&hips one, two, three, four, five and six, of subscriber. E B.VAS3..,.datry/
tnuvuments.Ibr Two \lnres and Colts, two Hordes, six Mules, REFERENCES. ralige twenty five. November 3, 1833, -:13.a:
for tiic iosi hm army has susta.m-tl in th and cvC'y variety! of Tools, &C. for a Plantation.Ao Francis Eppcs, E'q., ft. J. Ilacklcy E -q.TalUha At-ahe same place, in coniinuati, cemmencin '. Batuxway from the PDbJ.S-aMI

late wai against the Druses. Th Turkish \ n variety if In ehuld g ziis. MoJicints, t-c.Nov. 7ih. 1833. _15.tf on m >nday the nineteenth day of November neiL, wherebohwublradi-egsl ,
Surgicil 1 Initrurntats,&:c.Condi F. GERARDTNA fmfl.the disposal of the public lands within the limits -uJi named BYRD. Said Negro U i.o.kS
Jruveraineiit is also! inforcing in Asi i Minor, liom aSa'e, by WM. P. CR1IG.Nov. DA7INI&TRATOU if the estate of T. Gkrar. of the undcrmenli Utwnshlps and fractional feet 3 Inches hfgbVreryrtroDfl auacat'b4

and had issued other orders indicating a belief 24. ld4- 16 ; ttin, liavint' ; sold! oi.l the ships, to iv it. jet Hack,with a very l rjrtfaw ;
th.it hostilities might yet take pUce between AUCTIONEER N. B. TliO Planti.tio. will 1-c oflVrud for ..)<> i<> Mci-a... Ojaui .itU Nullvrhi will Continue at South of the base line and e.at of the meridian. ,z/U a soft Toiea, tnd peaks fast 'Be-IUcI CO

the Port and its vassal. In the firttof January, Peraot-s w-hin.j to purchase the old Stand, lopml'ully informs all those persons That part township eleven, east of the Suwanne good jeeketun/f straw laata djc ai0iit
our correspoiident't AND I w.ll at the above &ae! hare an oppm tunily of view- vl.oha\e any wtt h'i or jewelry bit for repair, river,of ran e fourteen.rowiibhipj 2 1 year* of age. A liberal reward wilt be fnreai loruU

opinion, the exUting truce between Commission lercuant.S in; ns fine a trict of land us the country atFo1d. that they 'i ill fin J them by calling at the s inie tin, eleven, and twelve, of range fifteec. .Ppr.b.ni.ion. J. H. RANDOLPH.i -

them will be of ehnrl duration, unless A I.R IAYW. I1TIAaV< nn
the great European i'uwt r enforce a mutual AUCTION. Lund and Lots For Sale.N will please c.il{ upoa p. Otrardin. 'sho will ten, eleven, twelve, and thirteen, oframize D.1VID S. WALKER. -- :
disarmament. ( the first day ol" January next, (under and ci-iitiiiii" 10 kf-ep his otlicc th re.Nozemder seventeen.
"-1't- ILL rn s ld tnth. hi heiit hi Uer, on Sttur-: % in virtue of drcrec 25th. 183d. and fractional townshT eleven ATTORNEY AT J
8 of the Hon. the County 163mvl.Iziiig Tui ahip seven, ]>s LAW. $C. tWILL
I' cay, 8 h c'ay! of December next, ih<* piinjil Couit ol Loon County) I shall offer for tale iu front the uici'inmodaltonof and twelve, [west of Atrcdondu'd claim,] and practice in the Court*of the BftdslI* Dss&iet

The Darien (Gco.; Telegraph of the 13ih *''ecas- Propcity J. ''elon-in 10 th-: lain SikevVatcrs nt f tilt Curt House door in the city <-f Talahc.! .'cc, persons desirous of township thirteen,i'fracie eighteen. of Florida. IIi office is the first room to the rijt

inst. says:- The frost is said to have done Tallahassee. D I U R.J.HACKLEYAuct. the lolluwice described prupeity.to wit : the north St. Joseph at the Townships seven ad eight, and fractoaal townahip over J ,B. Bcirastoreia TtUaajne.,wbtre &ei&ajalvrajs
much the >c. oat quarts r of section cuhi, in Township one. -- meeting of the Constitutional nine, [north ofArredondo's claim,] fraction.a be/ouad. "' --
injuiy to cottton in the neighbor JLe m 0 ii s. Ran c two, north and eat, containing 16O 3710O Convention on .Monday, she 3d of December, the township 1.velva, [south ofArredondo's ctaimJ

liood. We regret to say, the crop is very JUST rrceive' I per Sieam Pat New Castle, I of an acr1: ; the west half of the outh-easl kteartiboalCommerce will remain at Chat tahoochec and lorfnshlp thirteen, of range niueUen. SUPERIOR COURT LEON COUNTY,

backward Indeed. Some planters have in New O.leaus, 50 boxes Lenlons in fine quarter of section eight: Iii township one, north of during the Thursday next preceding till 7 o'clock, Townships seven and eight, fractional township Fall Ten*,-1838. -

formed us, that if they made half a it .rder. R. J. HACKLEY, range two, cisi, containing 8O acres and 18-100 P. ar. on Friday next piecrding, she will stop at nine, (north of Arredoi.do'H, claim,] fractional Alva Spear k Jomthea Tr Patteri, 'r
would be than crop Tallahassee Nov. 29-It_ alan acre ; the west half ot'the sou Mi-west quarter lola on her passage down, arrive at Appalachicolaf' township twelve, [south ot that<;I l&imJ] anrl town Partner*, Uadinjt under the firm f .. ,
more they expected. AUCTION.Iv of sec.i -n nine, in township one,north of range two 1 o'clock. P. JV. Saturday, nod prt etd to St. ship thirteen, of range twenty. Spear& Patten.vs > .AUc->'t t<*f
eabt, containing 80acres and 9 bOot an acre; as 4>cph, by Lake Wimico and Bayou Columbus sn Townships seven and eight, fractional township 4405.20400.
ILL be sold to the highest bidder oa Saturday also the following described LOTS in the County to meet the RaiI-r -aJ cars on the same evening, nine, [north cf Arredondos' cl.sim.J] frart>poal John B. Peabody. ) '
ALLEDGED DEFALCATION.-The public the th d Id y of December next, the entire quarter sccti'-n of Land al'thcCuuntv of Leon, and ... on Sunday morning, as the pass.-njen may desire. township twelve, [south of ArredooJo's claim.]
mind was considerable excited yesterday at stock of Goads bluozing French and Co ik, Known >s Lou number 43, 44, 5O and 57,- Pas.ire and fare to St. Joseph $3. aid township thirteen, of range twenty one' THE defendant and all other inteneUd win
an open tnd'forced declaration of the E van consisting of DRY GOODS. HAtfOWARE, The aboyo Lfiu, a portion of the rcnl estate of Nov. 6. 1838. 1G TownUgs seven and eight, and that part of towu- take notice of the institution of this nit Iytt.eh.

lung Post that Mr. Swartwout the Ibta Collector CUTLERY, GL.4d.5aud, CROCKERY WARE, Daniel! Fau .t, deceased, and sold by order of court ships nine, ten, tleveu, and twelve,lying east ol mont, and will appear sod plead to the deCIraICO
READYMAOKCLOTUING.BOOT .SHOES for the benefit of the heirs and legal represents- For Sale. AmdonJo's! claim, and tovmsip thirteen,of nmge filed therein, within the'tiroe prcertb by lawvL.
was a dcfalter to Government to the HATS, WINES, $c. Term made known on day lives of fcaid eitalc, and by permisv.nn of the ad- THAT Valuable LOTk WAREHOUSE, ad- twenty-two. -- A.TUOMPSO.AUy fcr 0AT

enormous amount of u million and a quarter of Sale. R. J. HACKLEY,.Jndtonccr. mi.iistratrix. WARY FJUST, .WmVx, the Store of ..MessrsKorr &.Kirks but few.y. Tuw.iships seven, eight, nine, ten,eleven, twelve, October 15;lff :

<)dulljrs, and that he had left the .country Tallahassee,Dee. 1-It R. J. HACKLEY, Auctioneer.Noul7185 The situation for business is surpassed by and tlurteeiof range Uvenlythrre.Township -
in the city. The Lot u 40 feet front oa Jlunroe NEN. GOODS.IDTHE .
?. lC.4w seven, eight,nine, ten, eleven, twclvr -
Acy; one familiar with the mode of transacting TEN DOLLARS REWARD. Street, by 80 feet deep. The Wart house U 40 feet and thirteenof, range twenty four. ,ula tLeibvjast reesice perusIss '

public business at the custom-house, the lost-About 3i days alncr a li-ht Executor's Sale front by 40 dcp, new, and built of the very best Townships seven, eightnior, un, eleven;twelve, et Tnsca ilht,brig SUtieav ara*Naaud, ftoox view
checks II SHALL Sell on SATURDAY, the 25lh ot materials and in (he most substantial nianacr. It .
and balances and and thirteen ot twenty-five. .
monthly reports- I range York,a fall sapplyof.Orocrio.: PI.viSO.WDTI
sorrel a'xmi 5 old. ,
mare, years no particular November, at the Court House door in the is Wi U calculated for a Urge, heavy busincM, or The sales will each DC kept for two'weeks,
open Good Hardwsre.BawngRopeCrocker7s259taIt
must be utvuie that the defalcation to an mark. CHAltLES BECKSTAN, Town Monti-ello at :52 o'clock of that day A bediridrd into two convenient tom-e3. If not ,
unleee of and longer
may the disposed ) no
amount so enormous cannot possibly be Dec. 1-3t One mile West of TaHahnaee.TV NEGRO WOMAN and FOUR CHILDREN.be.longini sold proviouj to Saturday, 8th Der.inbcr, it will ( ; and at private are sooner entries of land in the town Sboes.Ac. &Clolhinr.whc..gf.red, Drug Paint for QUa.NaHa asia. kan cii very

trw,. ; to the estate of Everett White, dec., late on Ural day be oflcn d at Auction.- Terms, liberal, ships j* offered will admitted iwtil after,the expiration liberal, Fan'ter{ and'eoantry Merequetted tU w
Ait terms. >
Jefferson county. one-third cash, the balance iu cue two years. ofths two weeks. Tn e will AM excluded
'It is known that dollar received and eziaiin for thcasyst.
every by to call *
uuacuAsEasttbCJL Estate of JOS. AT. JFHITE Ex cu'or. with intcrtst. '
$ ofM herein laiul -
from the sales proclaimed, appropriated ; -
tbe collector, and every bond in his posses P Druiv Williams, deceased, are heieby notified Nvnher Hth. t83ft. Apply to R.Y. WELLFORD.Tallahassee. for the use schools, military, or ether purposes L'A.MADD'
October 23J.1833: .
"Ion, is charged to his account, and when tbatiheir notes are dtpoiittdin the Union Bank Notice.In Nor.2 tth, 1838. l6-3tv aLso1.umdscoveredby private confirmed claims SL Marks- ,

the bond is paid, and the money drawn for, for collection. TOM PETER CH AIRES, Leon Superior Courtt-Middle District Notice. surveyed or unsuryi-yeJ, and lands to whichpri.. )1QrIc*. 7 :
he is credited the amount. AD immense number Dec. i-t( GREEN H. CHAIRES. Florida Nov. TERM 1S3S. / Pursuance of an Order of the Hon. Judge of sate claims are nlledged, which hare not yet, beets SIX weeks afej date, I shall apply to fi H.on.
of of lie County ofJeffuaeftCc -
Kxccutoi withal] sections
the County Coon, on the petition of the heirs confirmed bj law, together quarter -
of hoods in possession of the late collector Thorn >s Brown Compl't. of Willonghby Wh"u hurst, dec., I, as Guardian and fractional sections which may be cut thereby, ty, for letters t f administration oCthe\esUU of

yet unpaid is charged to him, and we NEW GOODS, vs. ( InChau- for the infant heir, and as Attorney for Micajuh and therefore made to require new subdivisions Daniel Mathews.laleof, i sidAiantvdeeeeeed.

have understood, common occurence, that end C. C. Wil'iams, :John LaiuJamaflrt ol. I eery. Whi'ehurst.of fu'l! age, one of sa'd heirs, shall sell, when such claims shall have teen surveyed. a4s.rW4l.Ea.
lIE subscriber notice
gives to his friends ;
he retains in his f V Difmdai.ts. at public out cry, before the Co art Hon e d >or, in Given under rr.j hand at the City of Washington .;rTcnh1! 3, ts3t
possession a sum to meet JL the public, th i he ha* ttk nibe; sure on the
the order of publication majc in the above the City of Tallahas, on SATURDAY, thf29th this fourteenth day of July, anno Domi FLORIDAGOVNT1
the Messrs. Qiii-blo Held where
result of United Stales suits opposite & ,
certain DOW corner
des ni
t-t DECEMBER next the following tf33. -
ihe of John Laudaman of the ,
ease- name one day '
pending ugaint him. We are aware of thetact be has be openeJ found a fresh lot of go *d}, om mg which defendants therein, baring been accidentally omitted cribed MND3: The east half of the sonlii-wrst By the President THE "Members of tbetlonventloiS art* ret.,

< that Mr. Swartwourt entered into large may and it appearing to the satisfaction of the quarter, the west half ol the somh-east quarter, James Whitcomb, flCommmioncr informed that tne NEW9A8TLE 8aam
Sattloetts, Brvwn sheetings, Iwlf ef north-east and the Ifthe Gejjcral Land OiSce Boat; will be readv cearej' tSemjlo BjI3
'peculations of real estate coal and Court that he ii not an inhabitant of this Territory the west tl.i quarter,
copper Bleached do. Fancy Prints, but lire in the State of east half of the north west quarter cf Section ane. December lstfom ; at ieasa.-
mines, Jkc. &c. which, by the derangement Farn'itures White Cambricks Itis therefore ordered that said defendant do Township one, Range one, north and west ; containing NOTEBY TIlE COMMISSIONER.It cola, coming' iL, h

of the currency and exdnngcs, hive not appear and answer the Complainant'* bill, according 330 acres, be the same more or le.i. The is understood to be in contemplation to establish aedbc.t4blItsL! %

realized the anticipated profit This pro- Col. do. French Muslins, Fancy to law, *r the same will be taken for confessed Land will be sold for one-fourh of the purchase a cordon military posts across the Peninsula ,

pcrtv he has no hand, and it now employed Handkerchiefs, Vesting, 8cc. ; and that a copy of this order be published DK'noy paid down, and the residue payable in. ot Florida, at a considerable distance to the south
forthwith in some newspaper published in the city twelve month from the day of sale, and pdnrejanoo of the lands proclaimed for Utpn eeuon of.the
In England in efforts to sell besides other ALSO of T llubasse, for four mouths lutceisively. will be made of the land to the purchaser, frontier, which will afford an ample vpportunlty to L r p ,- turn 3i.Yit1x

pecuniary operations. On the final settlement Gents fine Boots, Water proof By order of:bin Honor, taking from him a mortgafaon the land with his purchasers, prior t.othe sales,$t exajma the laods} bn e s.t.LIP3 .

of his aecouuli we do not believe he Do. Seal do. L gaiter do. Calf THOMAS RANDALL, Judge. bond- to-secure- the purchase money, a large porttun of wt ch.i* reptt** ated as: be ing very
valuable. V : .

Teste. R. G. WBLLFOKO Clerk. JOHN ,
will fall short $209COO, and he has property Brogans Kid do. Calf shoe* Kid NOTICE PHE-EMPTIQH CtAlMA JTT.S.Every .
Tailahaama. November 19th. 1 83d16tf Guardian fir the infant heirs of WiHoughbyWhitehurst. \ aOpp -
' to a half rrilUion to meet it. He is ex- Do. Fine Seal and Morocco pumps. and Attorney in (act for kliS.t- p.rinne1aimintka rhbtotprceinPtion

prcte&hack ;in a few days, tnd we are aati*- ALSO n.Co-partnership.Bryant ft Charles MnitXt jah Whhehurtt.Nor.Slrt to an j of the lands desigtiated the awiTiuprociamaiion _
John 1838. 16-dst is requested io prove the same to the tati**- flov3 7ftEDE11&013.
fled his
that the Government, and sureit}lea ; this day entered i'to Co-psrin'irihip' -
Ladies fine boots the
of the fieii'teratilttatjwver.of
Legaiter fastina
'wUl experience DO lou in the requeUWe under the firm of BRYANT & NUITZ, and baring proper D.ARU e.
Morocco and Prunello Bootees, bought out the entire stock iu trade of tbe Es. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. land office, and make pvytaeat thx&r is aooo aa WOULD- iskr tM 7J -
better that bljjo amounts, to ac- practicable after seeis"r this notice, ia order, UuOtbe -
of P. Gerardin, inform their V V h
Fine Red slippers Morocco and Uie : mo.t respectful
tidiested \boa
count of tbe Government of Texan cIairammsy-be- by officers
were accepted friend and the Public in general that they will
and Kid shoe Seal and Calf bootees.Purcha agreeably n law, in die time prior to,tka day appointed
paid by Mr. Swartwourt, every continue to wry on the Watch MakIng and saai1tstnt
the cumnwncement.of, puMic pal
dollar,of which u safe, and we also know > r*are re peetfully solicited to call and Jewelry Business, at tho well established old (d and all claims not dplymad know fx.aihd paid for; of Rch
examine tiie sutxveriben stock of goods as he in- st* d. bey flatter themselves to nsure a shire L and PUterf"W
the fact that far from hirase! aforesaid declared law
ao ceosidenng Unds 3n rpior to the data are by. toebrfofeited.
scum*low attention
fur cash. of public patronage by their own prompt which Uwy r r
defaulter, or attempting to quit tbe country, A. B. CBANB.Dec. and by tbe aasUtance of two experienced workmen JAMES WBITCO1B ,. pkiebitIt

lie actually considered himself voith ** 1,183& I8tf (torn the,North. All Articles Uft for repair with Iiii ComnerotheOeoeraU4fl4QvR, PeoFat1ediila'Wf 1J -

million and a half of dollars -wbeq he tailed JohA M. Bryant will he found at the abo e EstabliiiweBt. Uc-f ; which from IOn.UISdCI&f cwpebI3eFii1I

for England. There is bolrulhio tbe rumor Law JfoUce.HOS. JOHN N. BRYANT, Of the Usittwl BtalemFiorid&t .LoAe i41i 4a wAatet.'Tbey
Tin XI. DU VAUAUoraeyalLav.will t CHA8. MJITZ.v defer***;for juc.ijfTlTO eCa4 fittfer themselves that bj io

tbtt anjrof the public money has been ..attached .L1 .praetice'ia aj tbe) GojorU ofJtfiddU Ploii-, __,_yoTembef.ITth.t838._ 18 if 4QBi>hp b vefttfcj lthe puc Sl'e' bastneu,wIz deauj1aae-to retftsw

for debur alleged to be du, by tbe The drawing DcsdsBoiuia, Monra M, ; Ltw Partaenhip.TH -' i 4f ajid
present collector.-A. Y. EveifJ3tir. and Uhtr l gal ins nicnenta promptly atteudcd to. LHv Partnership berttofort existing; be. President otbeUnle4Stfr: *>Mtfc'Jury.1 -
Offic in lha' same room occupied by Wm. P. Dural WM. f. D0V4L aad the llooormbleRICIT .TBE ProprKtor o'C the Flarltfat.'J- 1838, to be held at tbe Ls.Q&t* atyfconwiKBce 4ogastt1tfkri4tt 41isYdrk

under the Union flaukNov.mbct&k ARD C. ALLKN.bas bee* dusolvtfd far the ,
ffceofvettri* I-4J4Erieg4tL; Upper i83V-I8 appointment,uader the UUed Stales,Af the latter, itertUyib'! 11 pxipsr d ( i .z euLe iUa .t. T ii ,!*

/ tei. -Tbe.following :remarks' ii> fe- ,. M Jodie of toe,S>perior Courts for'Floridt, ;- k ?aJeL,4 1i oa-M.adayths: jimiae WzyQfDZ.l.CMBlui .

garl&o she cause tthetraofwstersnjb.ge.z1akuisbys : MEDICAL: NOTICE.ktfvVtfVIf. 'Wm. P..TJ .VAL, fc. Vtl H., ROCKEN- Plain aad Ora'enta1PrI1m .Jw4ba4hiput4jc tsiIIOed *
writer in the lac BROUOQ.U6 now assocUied M partners 'In the ., Micri zss bysmq > -P/oc tjoB/lp,b.h., l4 Thc6rat esz4igatTe3Itus.e oeeon Meedfyjlhe.nincv 4vth dB>efTo-,
: ollq..rof
number.f the ClereUnd Herald .JJ1l; *adgr6i&tsOftb)4dl2 the latter at tlxj:town.of Appahchimh. ,-Wni P. B4s' -' ;_ .;fbi. .1 vcmlir nut,is.dAfirrr I aaul,a*dlg->mmtncly.thcsevnrttetatfayofDciemUrMjt.

Tfc pat weatani lake* v1.A area ;oftp b P.O.IOCtd Petal will atlecd,the court Appeals and the Botriot PaAkt5 4. 1j .'do4 OD ./

? VfU ef oiwty .iboofttnd:* *' miles, t MdN.TICEiLJ&EerIo*rW1 ( i view eonrtf in I *ooVt V ofl,Oad.denFrik. Card* v .Qitidetm7 thC1W bLJTcV

pn4c tf so.nUy 6ratq.cn ute oerthpry pC rWPc(91I7.tea4zib1s ia, aa4 Calbotta CountJili .Mt. JBrockenbronth CireiaarsdA Exchange '- :igL, stYANUa.EN 1 -
serv1 1ai&s lab abitantsId ,ri1t&. ecourtofApeasadth Sup rr -,-, n i
lzrih.ror bVjIl4 .
badj $ 1f.retnb.r ct--s
f atwt tq 9bC qCc 4 ___ _t -sze -.
veil iBiO&zNbabucinMay ; MSMMpfc-A } iMuuEcQ= .r 1
Oa the meat r.aonsht.and aw trrms- 13-tf I ,
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efcogrto, ti|*t toaaldcrtbljr tIle irtlef M 3, 18, ? ,
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ssi rDeitherM.rcUlJ.A.tilD.O."ArteDicI 1 flHfl.L.1 ___ __
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:: AiiIatc4'. K.Utes. NOTICE. PORTRAIT PAINTING Notice. composed of extract!from nrund powvtful pltnta
__i I I ALL Person indebted to the estate Benjamin UM virtues ot which,tlwoga loaf known lo several
ALL UIOM indebted lo.lLe: e*UU ofT. Gerardin P. COPMAN intends locate himself
notified that.uJe eDt to entineat
MEL Cbairea deceased,are 'I Indian tribesaod recently some phafmaetatieal -
NOTICE will please make immediate payment as DO further city during the Fall and' Winter, and made and all ,having JaUUI chemists are altogether unknown to the
mctfe afterdate application will be made ihoae who wish oMin his sorrt- of roust be persons ,
PC be to
: indulgence can given.FREDERICK hopes that may notified to the SUMduly ro medical science; and ware
S to Uw fl*Btjr Mart of Leeo county for letters GERJRDIN.Nov. tel will call immediately at hi<( roan, over the araiusl the lime are present :rornt pretenders in effieaooos
within the time prescribed by beore administered so happily
;. of am'"*'"*frett Ike adsainistraliot of the estate I7th, 1838. 1 *-2ia Academy where they may a1o see tptcimcns of authenticated never ;
absence from town or county combi .dio..
Adm'r.SIX In case my a
E. P. GRANT law.
C. his
.f Ds ,
paintials.T.1.husce J. D. is tu loosen ln m the coats
lel'itl. L. A.Thompson or Their firs operation
15 lbe same can
1 mI Nov. 188.
; '_ _ t7, Jr. JOS. CHAIRES, I of the stomach and bowels! ,the various: impuritie
of the Board of Directors of the Westcott, Esqr t
a meeting Receiver's Notice. around thrm and
: OTICE. AT Qualified Executor. and era lilies constantly cttlirgr ;
months slier date application will be made Lake Wioiico and St.Joseph Canal and RailRoad fH"lUE Subscriber havingbccn appointed Receiver 1838. Il3mADI1NTTflATOR' to remove the hnrdemd faces which co'lect! in lh,-

UM court or Len eonnty for leiurs Company," it was ol the\ Court Chancery of the Middle October 13 convolution of the small i nt.stines. Other medicines -

: of dieariseion county f rom th. administration .f the estate : Resolved That owing to the death of B.CIisirem District in the case of D. G Raney Sf"i ife. II sh. TSM. NOT1CK. only partially cltnse these, an-1 leave nel>

r .f AswH.RIde*. E. P. RANT, Adm'r.I Esq. President of this Company tbe Board of Di. A..'lrm'. tad.hereby notice: (n all persons ALL persons having demands against Chlisto- collected massess behind as to produce hab'tualrostiveoess :
in situation which in their indebted tube l.xte firms of L. & M. .! -'.mislead, late Jefferson will
Joel 4SmC reclon are placed a pher Smith,deceased County, ,with nil its train of evil*, or sudden di- VEGETABLE
opinion requires an Extra Meeting uf the Stock. and L tf II A Jnaistrad fc Co, on note, bond.or render them duly attested to tbe Administrator/ arrhoea, with its imminent dangers. 'rhe second

NOTICE holders of said Company. Therefore, look account or (or rent, or otherwise,-that, And ill persons indebted to tho same will make effect of the Vegetable| Life Pills is dense tho kidneys

ewlhi after date tbo aubscriber will ipplj Resolved, That the President, pro tern, be requested in t-be.lience to the express decree of the Court. payment to the said Administrator. and the bladder! and by this means, the liver
SIX i call of Stockholders to beheld all debts unpaid will be forthwith put in suit at C. W. DEWITT Adm'r. .
UM Honorable County Court fur Lb.couuty to a meeting the and the lungs, the healthy: action owhii b entirely
the third in December the next term of the proper court. He will send 11 ,
this Monday of the
her and in place on October2O,1833. depends upon the regularity uniary organs.Ths
efOedsieo for leave to accounts _
preaeat list of debts due in Gadsden: County in a few stooJ the test of
finsJ from the uexl. I' a blood which takes iU red t lour from the DI'
tad for a discharge WARE.
vouchers pray estate oftbe late Dod. Robert In pursuance of the foregoing resolution, the days t-) Isaac R Harris Esq. dmnry to whon TIN of the liver and the'lungs before it passess into to the public as thf dt4fJ.

administratorship oftlie HARRIET WILSON Stockholders in the Lake Wimico and St. Joseph ]payment may be mde; all others most call upos THE subscriber continues to carry on the man the heart,being thus I purified by them,and noursh- pcri' to any combination nrnedU'Jlie e'tr l'tf14
H. Wilson. subscriber his office Tallahassee. of sad will at all times Tbepills
at Tin
the Ware to tbe
American people.
A'iniin'x. with will ancxed- Canal and Rail Road Company are requested to ed ')y food coming from a clean stomach courses propririo.f ,
j.MKS A BERT/ELOT Rec'r. hue on hand a genenl assortment either at whee! the being a re-u.ar bred rb.practiced
third of yllC'.a
meet at their office in St Joseph, on the freely through the viens, renews eveiy art ,aa.3 .
I, her AUaraj. JOSEPH McBRIDE. (13- m) I the 17th day) of December neiL Il&ly26,1831 51.lf sale or retail on as reasonable terms as can be sold system, anal triumphantly mounts the banner of bia profess on exlei.aivtty! for BUB*MBM.,
.Monday, ( -
M.tissflo8spL8,1838. S-Gw- .,-, .1.V UltflLJ'Vfl r tttV. L n.irlAnft."....u..U'Mn.....,....... Notice. in any Southern market deliverable at my store in health ia the blooming cheek. in d itfe.ent climates,eralled to offer IOtJJ4r aL.t

Union Bank of Florida. St. Joseph/Fta./ Oct. 15th I82S. r JESSE S. RUSSEL is my authorr.ed Tallahassee. WM. H. FRANCIS.P. Tbe following are among the distressing; variety ted inval'd a medicine,on the elects cf.) "
the Board of Dire.ton that I i mR. ent while I am absent from the-rriury. S. Hating now an experienced workman of human diseases to which the Vegetable Life Pills is willing to risk bit reputation. 11\t

ORDERED for bj the transaction of business, in Twenty-Five Dollars Reward, JA8.T.LIPSCOMI.Xugust nil articles will be made to order in the above line, are well known to be infalliable : He does net pretend that they are a. ;
I ANA WAY from my Plantation on Miccosu. 5, hfI and all Job work done without delay either in th* cure, or even beneficial in every
future be from 10 o'clock a.-. until o'clock m. i umptaiAq h&
p. JnL kei, on the 8th iuit., a negro fellow TOM 1833.DENTISTRY. tin ware oi sheet iron buticess. W. II. F. DYSPEPSIA by thoroughly cleinsing the first he most firmly telie''hat in aU disartbartie ,
Jane 9 44 JOHN PARKUILL, Cash'r.My a bright muLatto about six feet high 35 ytsrs of I Jan.6. 1838. 22-tf and second stomachs and creating a flow of pure ? or an nj elitist rredicioe is _edt_a

eons Robert Gamble Jr. and John age well \about Tallahassee. St lUlU ka and THE subscriber respectfully informs the eiSxens IIOU K'S PANACEA. healihy bile. instead ofthe stale and acrid kind ;- will be found Jar superior to any ef these .
The above reward ill be given for I Florida and others, that lit hu Flatulency Palpitation of the heart, loss of
and mj friend John Shell Point. of the above valuable medi appetite purgative mdieines wbieli are so much
Porte111 E q. are mj agents, and will attend he delivery of said boy on my Plantation.Nov. I permanently located himself Tallahassee, fir the AFRESH supply! Forsale! by Heart-burn and Headache Restlessness, Ill- the public prints as pnrifiersof the blood.ptfri p fa
to mvbtsis> during my absence from the Terriiory. 10-14-tf GEO.W. DANIELS I practice of Dental Surgery. His practice .',11 extend STEWART & BARNARD. temper Anxiety, Langour and Melancholy' ,which taken iccordirg to the direction aeeoat .

JOHN G. GAMBLE. to tho adjoining counties of Gads den,Jcforson, Mny23 42Notice are the general symptons Dyspepsia, will vanishas them they are highly beneficial in tie ', *
BAGGING & ROPE. and Thomas a natural of its <*ureCo&tivt ness, premtio
Jane 44DR. Georgia. consequence and cure of Bilious Fevers, Fever
__ 5O Lest Dundee Bagging Office at the Oily Wotel. by cleansing tbe whole length ofthe intestines witha Apt
A M. RANDOLPH SO coils pieces Bale Rope good quality.5O W. CROSS, Dentist THE Subscriber gives nouce to his! friends and to solvent process And without violence; all violent Di pcpsia, Liver Complaints, Sick Bead

located himselfin Tallahassee of hanks Baglll; Twine September 27th. 1838 8-U pnblic in general that he has opened an purges leave the bowels costiye within two Jays. arh/, Jaundice, Asthma, Drop jtBhe Bitiarrv ,

HAYING professional services to the public.He J flat received and for sale Chcn p.BEJJAMIN. ENGRAVING tf COPPERPLATE PRINTING Diarrhea and Cholera,by removing the sharp acrid Enlargement of the apiece! PQeal
i. to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Randolph BYRD. LAND FOR SALE. Office in the Town of duincy Gadsden County, fluid, by which these enmpbints are occasioned, Cholic Female Obstructions
will sell .ct of Land consisting of 320 where all orders will be executed with the Hcarvltn
,on Monroe SLrect.MaytG Magnolia October 21th 1838. 12-3w [ my tr greatest nod by promoting the lubrtcalive secretion of the ,
41 I acres, 170 in a high state of cultivation with cure and despatchcompiisir.g Bank Note platesIn- mucus membrane. Fevers if all kinds by restoringthe Nausea, Furred Tongne Distenxino of tit

SALE OF NEGROES.WILL good gin touse. and screw a sufficiency of negro voice,liils! ol Ladin ,Maps.ChU15.Mercantile and blood to a regular circulation through the process Stomach find Bowels, Incipient Dfanltttt

Notice. i be sold at public sale to the highest bidderon cabins, and provisions enough to supply the plan Visiting Cards,&c.&c. of porspiration in some case,and the thorough Flatulence Hnbitunl Costivcnem
subscriber will continue regularly to run Friday the 4th day January, 1839 at the late Ution the fi'rt year. The land is s'ltaf 8 n.ile Also,Copper Plate Printing executed with neat- solution of all intestinal obstructions in olbc .' Lo. of

B a two horse Stage from Quincy to ChaUabooibee residence of N. B. Folsim deceased, of Jefferson from Tallahassee-on the .Micasakef road and adjoining nessand despatch pl.itc of eve.y description The LIFE PILLS hive been known to core rheumatism Dpp titet Blotched or Sallow Complexion,

which will always leave immediately anr county THIRTEEN likely young NEGROES, \1 r. Lorimer and others. Immeliste posse- neatly /ngrared and repaired. permanently in three week,,and Goat in and in all case of Torpor of the Bovtl,

the am ral ofhemai from or so many thereof hall b! sufficient to pay the Ion will be given. For terms apply t. Duval ana THOS. M. STRATfON. half that lime,by removing I local inflammation from where a carthartic or an aperient i is nrttietf.

prepared t four horse Coach whenever 'I jawt debt and expenses against the estate of the : Hu-chins, TallahasseeB.. A. CHAPPEL. -Q'iincyjuIy,'838- SjtfPENSACOLA the muscles and ligaments of the joi nts. Drop ies They are exc lingly mild is their operstka .

al. riumbcrofp&UCngersare sach as the two hors mid N. B. Follom,deceased. Sale for CaMi. Jan. 6. 1838. 22-lf MANSION HOUSE. of all kinds bv free-in:; and s'.rtn tbenin
stage eaanot conveniently carry. lIe will all)continue EBENEZER FOLSOM, Adrnr. rn.A A11LL.i A ITfTM' T1D v.- nies and bladder; they operate most delightfully Wherever these Ptlis: have Utn once inirs&ees

t run a four horse coach from Quincy: t Nov. 17th, 1838. 15-ts ETA small bay HOJSE Ube 6 NEW CITY Of PF.N9ACOL1.THE on tlkse' important er;ans, and hence have ever in lit a family tJellJeer me Hsr.ding] nmfiyiid
i Cambridge at which place it will meet the line of I supposed years subscriber having rn'chased the lease and rvcn found arertaio remedy fur tbe worst ens-s of are called for and a :nin which is
Leather Lime and Hair. old, again ; saftcitstproill
mark him
no particular have
; owner cai of this will known .
inkis "fttablishm Gravel. AUo Worms from the
Mobile Passengers
; Stages from Augusta. by dislodging of ll I eir ribeu have hand gor< qua
Sub a
. *their seats Tallahassee will have the prefer THE assortment ofLI'A constantly T 11 1R.on suitable by applying for to the Overseer on my plantation, and frvm Mr. Tay'or, the late proprietor, will be rUe turnings of the bowels the slimy matter to which i'erlmps no article ol the kind has ever bets .

, enee over all others,except those coming on in the paying this advertisement. dy to receive vi.i'or' by the hat of April next. these creatures adhere; Asthma and Consumption fend to UK poMi supported by testimoBiah
for Gin Boo's and ef
Bands Hdr..ess. Crtrri.ie Tops a
miD lice from Mobile to Augusta. THOS. B. WINN. Numerous and costly improvements will t-j foundin by relieving: the air ves* Is of the lungs from the character decisive f from
Shoes &c. Also of LIME and so sources as
The stage will leave Tallahassee ner other dayat HAIR, for P.asfring; a; constant: 111 of supply which they offer _October 27lli. 1838. 12_ the arrangements and accommodations of the mucus,which even sight: colds will f'CC\Si.'h. w hich or flint has: given more universal satilfact rtipeetaUe f

three o'clock A. M. and arrive Bainbri.lp at Tan Commission House, New Orleans. l\hn-ion House. New and: mflre t:1'U'1ftdi..II" Batnin if not removed becomes hardened, and prodacs They hive the testimony of the who!. esedirsl
low furcasho& in for hides at their
3 oeo.P. M.; And returning, will leave Bain- Yard. exchange BROWN fc GI\L, R\lTH. LONG & GRIVOT, ; Houses will be built, and warm baths will be those dreadful diseases. Scurvy Ulcers, and Inveterate profession in their favor,while not a sirg'e sass ,
next morning at 4. o'clock. rstab'ishr-d rovidcc at all hours. stable will be attached to Sores, by the perfect purity which these
'hcmselvesat New Orleans
brde te Ang t Ihh l83. Mf illron9cqaenees; inefficiency can be allciti
JOIN M. YARN .Agent. Tallahassee HAVE transaction of Co-nnmsion Business, I h<- House with goud ac--cinmndation for I.orstsand Life 1'ilU give i to the blond, and all the humours'; n iinst ibrm.Hundreds .

JOHN C. JACOiil and solicit the patronage rf their frierd'lllnd the I I'nr rill jtll. Firs rate hoises and carriages ill b<- I Scorbiite: Kruptions: acd bad complexions by their and thousands b'es, the tar they b*.

, Notee.THR FIR (" exutmp under I AfrilT 35-tf ow Luats, with perM>ni to manage ihm fur the the nioibiU slate of which occasions all eruptive w.i. h. in bftboir ;
Cabinet Chair & Sofa Ittaker 5eqcenee extrnnid'narygtod-
' rmoCLEDWITII&TILLINGtiABT use of isitors. Billiards: nnd other amusements complaint, tallow, cloudy and other disa.reealleromplexions. I
have attained '
n'", pont AUTT UK nICEIIII,.
1: was dissolved by mutual consent on the 15th of Of New York.-lat in the history JfeUieine.

! .< June .. All persons who hoe claims against ir.fornx O NE HUNDRED OUNCES French quinine ni\l.ed. and no conducted 1 not to inter'err with time, will: eiTcctan entire cure of Suit Rheum, Ery. 'The very circumstance alone that Physician

: the firm will present them to Mr. LeJwiih for settlement ..:. the ci'ireimof TallahnMe*, Su'pliutc, Acetate ami Muriate! of he comfort arid quiet of the bi"ar .:,; ; and al those indebted will make payment !___ !- -. 1-S-- and I of the T rritory of Florida M-Trlune, an-l a general assortment of Fn ii'l h nnc ''I and liquors will Lc of the best qualty; and to en ol tIe !!.in. Common Colds anti Influenza will Srl\tes. where they have kng t..nra n

\ &him alone, being duly authorized to settle the Js' ;;( per.ernlly, thai he has E.iglish Cntmiials. Twelve JIahosntiv M'dicinrChfs's ure a fu'.lsnj: ply alf ice, a cargo has already ben al Iays be cured by .n* dose, or by two, evrn in are making free use of them in their prllC'tiep.'Jleak uses

i c une. MICHAEL LEDWITH. r4 j praiai.ently: lofnlid hiirs-If and a Lire supply .f lrus, Medicines ndi ied, ,huh will arrue abut l.e! 1st of May. the wor' cases. Iesas! a 'fm. dy for this meat v'
IC7MR. LEDWITH continues business o the I i in the City of Ta'laha.ssce' Perfumery, &C. &r. For sale bv Mr. 1-.G. Barnaid, who formerly Ktj ta popular distressing and obstinate malady the Ve;ealile: who us: them invariable rCf mmrmi ttem to

:t old Stand, and daily expects a Fai BSirmeaL .- t f-r the p'-rp'se of n.ani'fac- U'ADDEL, R.iIVDOLP/7 4. LEJJ IS. Hotel in %Va4hsinLnIt City '\ill condu.t thi Houl' Life Pills deserve a distinct and emphatic recommendation. .*,eir frirnJs, and the testimony in th. ir favor is
:) which be will be able to furnish ,urine CABINET \VARK, 31. y 19 41 for the Proprietor who. wi h such aid, confiilci.tl it is we.;I knon<> hundred in this almost irre'utubie. .fs in Anti-lilioos remedy

,; the best terms. M. L ._ in nil: is: branches, and as- 1 BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY.nilEsubscribereipcctfully ensure the vistors: ot list ytar and his friends city .that the fn-prie'or' of these invaluable Pills, ?nd topre.entcnsticene.vth.y bare no isa?. ,

.(: Tallahassee, Aug., 1834. suns the public that it will he to thor: I'Id anl't' I informs I generally, that they will receive every possible. was hituie.'f: afflicted wth this -ompaint! fur up One fifty cciit box wilt estaklisb: their' character

I, Notice. by giving orders here instead of importing 'n'rk i _i the ciiiztusol Talla-: tention ; and thereby expects t,) the general sati*. wards ol thirty; five year, a.id that he tiled in van:! nd prove that these "u truth even in an advert l'

I;' from the north, as the style anti workminslipnot will action. every remedy prescribed within the whole compass baent.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing in thiS excelled by: a.iy in the United Sf ii.. 1 ba-see commenced and vicinity the that he Las, '1 he local advantages of this house are too well of the 3IateiaAIedica.. II e,however at length,tried I More than two millions of boxes of these ecle

f city under the name of CANNON &RUb&ELLtwas Those who are in aut"f furniture will do well Boots jiul mouuiarti.rii g ( f know to need a l lengthened al le, cnption hera. The the medicine which he now offers'o the pubLic, and bra. Pills have been sold in the United States
dissolved the 26th of the i .Sliotn in tits city in racts that Pi-n--ao'a! i is tie largest naval station of he was cured in a short time after his recovery
; on September last by not to order (,'lm the nirtli, as the subsiil.erbe will the )building! of very .ince Januarv. 1835.
death of Mr. Russell.! All persons baring claim able t') upily) all demands upon.tim shortest n->- Kie.ici! & Go ,k.ininieiiiately on Jfunroest opposite, wheat is.lie is store .he Guvernm nt, I the crnnal r.nilezvo-is 01 the hid been pronounced not only improb-ill, but Dr. Peters has rteeivcd upwards of fifteen Bon

gainst said partnership will present them for set- tier. to manufacture all arl. lesin his line JI busiixss pri'roar.ed Gulf Sxua lon; the salubiity of i'sclimite: re- a &olutely hni; owib'e: by any human meant. dre-J certificate all jii iven in rOJle'tuer.ce of the
U.is.and indebted will make R. f GovCnll.R J. IJneltle E. Lock I fr sLed constantly al persons payment rrn es ) he has good workmen in his employ, and will 'r- DIRKCTIONS FOu USE.-Th; proprietor tIthe good. by
: immediately! WILLIAM CANNON erman, R HaywArd.' II. Br'-die Capt. Bro v-i, he cooiet hrfc'-zes Irom th.- (Jnlf the bmuty of That the public rest assured of
his work tl.eiifntarjcffertsof
,I I rant to be done in the best manner, find alI i VECET ABLE LIFE PILLS does not follow the I.ase may
Surviving Partner. L. AM 1,1, Col. II. W. Bra.len.VOI.. Les'.cr: C.ipt I easonable price he Kay and the neighboring islands and rivers, an.i mercend pr.iotke of tl.e quarks of die day, in tLess rill and the truth of the abott

'.' Tallahassee, October Ut, 1838. Lava.null Boofootcdand other repairing done on acrom i the abundance and del cncy of the fish with which advising persirn 10 take his 1'ilisin large quantities. statement, the foll>wjne letters from B>.deal Cel-
the wnters abound and pioximity the best Son
'. E\V-Fllf'l. tnoos.ibhr I le su required. :!lem'-n of the first respeciabilhy are most Aspect
: DISSOLUTION.QTQHE m irkcts give \ the pref'rence '
subscribers! havi- day assDciated oyer I bese Pills fully submitietJ.CLJIBKSVILLE.
t us FREDERIC FILER are to be tkent led tim every nightfor
heretofore under THE all 0:her pllc- s III these latitudes as a healthy anddelightful
1 Co-partnership existing ( s e'herund r the f.nn of April 2. 183Q. a week or fortnight according to tbe obstinacy!
J 4JL the nine .f OCTAL & HcTCHim, i Ihi. day Gamble & Reid, -.--'- 3tfDltY summer! resort. ofihe di.-\se. The usual do.e a from 2 to 5, a;> MecKtxKBCRfl Co.T'&a
First will between
I dissolve&by mI1uacensal All persons having forhepurposeul trunsuriiaj; tualnci: in the city GOOD rate' c.alll sun Persaco'a and oivBg to tbe nst.tutioi oi itieperson Very del-. 1'eb,nary 7, 1ST?.
I\ decaanaa cncern will present them to of Ta'laliaee. THE Subscriber. hasjuH n-ciivrd an.I is now f"I.iie. fr-mi an will. a* a9 times L>i iblc'otakhe pu.ce'g.rs ic IL" per* ni iould: e in wih but two. and i i..' DEan Sm : I embrace the opportnni y ol exprru
th Ne Ori boats.
jfitx. FOKMT DCVAL, who is fully authorized to. They will have on hand :t'll times general) : a gencial as.ortuitnt of lillY niu crease *. the nature )f the case may rcqnire; ilio*.- ;ing to you inypraiififaiion nt the secerns which baa

._ utile all debts due by the concern. And all hose assortment of goods and ill be disposed If) scrvu GOODS fcll'KiI'lc foi it ,.ca>uil. P"I'sdcf.I! Feb. 15 1838.' .V. ARNOLD., .more robu-t, or of very costi e habit, may begin attended the dministiation rf your valuabtr I'ills)!
34- it
j indebted will make payment to him. their friends and she i"ilili Ur" the IIIOt tavoialletcrnM. ALSOA Gnteui-ii! wishin with :3,and increase to 5,or even 5 |.ills,and the i., this section OrCO.anlry. It i. a common fish
, ALEX. FOUMY few cases..f fashionable HATSdo to pn aire rr their fami with tu!
, I DUV/1L, .I.A HS B. CAMfUi.S 'ies will effect a suffici'-.nity happy ch.'n r to ail>Ie the se who C' nipounil and vend patent m-
W. J. HUTCHINS. \1. IlEID. do BOOTaSHuErf, upeiior articleA can adjiest the proprietor at Pensacoli or patient in heir further use. 1 hi SPills sometimes cinesto sy too much in their favor, but from what
t .n Tallahassee, April S3d. 1838. 38t June 7, 1838- 44ThALLIGJIAN'S few dozen, pairs oi Ladie- Fine Kid Shoes. proprieror.References.ScMrcllT.. rayji! at New Orleans the former occasion sickness and "milin.thoah very seldom I hare seen of the effects of your Pil's, 1 do not

r --- NOTICE WM. H. FRANCIS. uiilesi the stomach in foal this think as yet they have received unmeiitrrf /.raise.
,: VEGETABLEFEVER May I Oth. 1G33. 40 tfELLIO'"S T Sandford F.q.Mr. C Ciillum, very ; ,however ravy Six months
:- those indebted the subscriber will please AGUE PILL< 8. SfcAlpIn Esq.. Lient.K.bby. Mobile-S T Tar be eon idtredu favorable syiupto.n as the patient a-o they were almost entirely B ia
t AND known in this Virginia
ALL CORA CURE. will find hiu.self I jwrtcf they tie
forward and liquidate their accounts, certain and for this dueasc. For Plor, P Rea, New OIJealS. once relieved.and by persevrir- are now
lasting cure ELLIOTS PLASTER ance will soon recover. TJ.ey) with most popular pills we hue In tisrelli. and sIck
': either by cash or notee.-No intention of pressing A sal DR. has'been used with usually operate
the parties is contemplated' ,but simply to gel a settlement WADDEL.by RANDOLPH & LEWIS. success : And wherever it has COTTON BROKERAGEAnd in 10 <*r 1l hours, and never give pain unless the headache derangement of IUP biliary ttrgaos, sad
beferethe business reason been introduced has superseded the use of other bowel are very much encumbered They may It obstinate constipation n(the bowels, I iuow .f B*
R.J.HACKLY.re-cmmences. Tallahu: April 14, 1338. 36 remedies for the cure of Oorns.A Commission Merchant. taken by the mod delicate females Under any cir apenent more prompt and efficacious.
1838, 38-tf LAW NO 1 ICE.WM. few annlirntinn. -- will u -, ntrlv----! -. .mm/...v.v*** <..k.. t.. ,,.. THE subscriber would inform hi, friends and am'-tanCt sIt is, however recommended tbnt Their mildness and certainty ot action render
c.: Ap't8. M. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY ut corns, and prevent further pnin. .6- public in g.nera1ihat he has commenced those p6fiodsorpre2nftacysbollid takeout them a safe and efficient purgative for weakly individuals -

't DISSOLUTION. T LAW, will practice in all the Courtsin Pi ice 50 cents per box, with directions, for use. the business of Cotton Broker and Co-Tt-itrsion i>ne ata time, and thus continue to keep the bowels and may be given at all times without any

Tbe Firm. of RYAN k LEWIS at the Planters1 Middle Florida and will attend to!such business For Sale in Tallahassee, at the Drugstore of i1 erchant in the City of New Yoilr, ant is now open: and even two may be taken where tbe patient of those injurious onsequenets that frequently re-

$ Hotel, wasdiraolvod on the Itt of August. The as may be entrusted to his care. Office in the building WADDEL. R\NDOLPH & LEWIS. prepared to receive Cotton, rind other produce intended is very costive. One pill in a solution of ll'u suit! from die long continued use calomel or blue

' i books of the establishment have been assigned to form-Mly occupied by Call and Walker. May 18.h. IMS. 41.tfSTO'UAGESTORAGEt ton this market, which he will dispose of on tabe! spoons full of water, may be given to an :iu pill.On

3 Mr. Ryan. wbo will nettle the same, as well all OctoberSsth) 1C37. 1 13 tf &c7 commission, and flatters himself, IbM from long fant in the following: doses-a tea spoon full every the whole! consider them a valnrble discov

debts against said firm. JOS. D. RYAN, Acquaintance in the Northern and Southern markets two hours till it operates ; for a child from one. lo ery. Very respertfnll,
: eETH P. LEWIS. UNION BANK OF FLORIDA. THE Subscriber has f ken the Store former. he shall be enabled togivetatisfaclien to such five years old, half pill and from 5 to 10 one. ?ilL S. H. H.dRRIS, M. D.

t ti September 29,1838: 8-tf i h hereby given to the subscribers to by J. B. Peachy Esq., at Saint as may feel disposed patronise him, not only in Dr.Jos. P. Peters..
NOTICE of this Bank,that their title papers Marks and will atend: to the Storing and the sale of their produce but in the investment of THE PHOZNIX BITTERS are so called because

: NOTICE have been referred for examination to Charles II.DuPoD forwarding of ouch article as may be assigned any part of the proceeds, they may order or direct. they possess the power of restoring the expiring aiBioTTB..aB. lit, J817.

MtnUts after data I shill ae .e Esq. When reported upon satisfactorily, to hill care. By diligent attention to his business JUSTINIAN P. DAVIS, embers of health! to a glowing vigor throughoutthe Dzai Sit: I have made frequent use of ytor

JIX, and vouchers to tk.present Hen. Jud my. of mortgages; and bonds will be sent to the parlies for he hopes to obtain a liberal share of public No. 60, Water Street ernilitntion as the Phoenix is said to be restoredo pills in the incipient stuge of Bilicaa Fever and efcstinate -
: Patronage.
cuat WILLIAM II. MATHERS. : life from the ashes of its own dissolution. The
Constipations of the
execution. JOHN PARKHILL air.
the Coitftty Court ef Leon Coanty, and for Cashier. New York. ; in ta*
Executor pray March 10 St. Marks May 19 41 REFCRIXCES. Phtenix Bitters are entirely Vegetable, composed of enlargement ofthe spleen chronic Diseases .f the
discharge as .f the ..tato of Ellis
Barney my GUILFORD BURNEY.Ex'r. LAND FOR ALF Canaries S. : R. W. Williams, Saml. Reid. Gov.Branch, Tal roots found only in certain parts of the Western 1iwer.sick headache, general debility' and a>aav
deJ Sibley country, which will infallibly cure FEVERS AND other diseases and in all found
lahassee. Jas- Lanier & Co. Quincy. J. B. case them to giverelief.
subscriber offers his land for sale in Gads- U. 8. ,
N. tad others interested in the Attorney middle AGUES
'w B Legatee*, THE District ofrio. Collins, Jfonticello. W. J. Bailey Magnolia.W. ot all kinds; wit never fa I to eradicate J. D.BOYD. M.D.
in their claims forth- County 12 miles N..W. of Tallahassee hi. professional services as entirely all the effects of
estate are ruul put OFFERS Attorney G.Porter, ApalacLicoIa. Craig & Dafixn St. Mercury,innateJll4))11tr Dr..1.P.Peters.
k1. containing thirteen hundred acre, five at Law, in the collection of than the most powerful preparataona of Sarsaiiaril-
L wit hit, 1834. 4-gm hundred of which is in a slate of cultivation, with Jebts, 4-c.in Middle Florida. He will attend all Joseph. la, and will immediately cure tbe determination of -
framed the Courts in the Middle Feb. 3, 1833. 2C-yl ,M BCKLcxaxf S Co.Ya.Feb.7th, 18J7.
food District. the BLOOD
I' notice, -good Gin Office in Munroe Street in A sickness incident to never fails in the Having used Dr. Peters Pills in my practice to.
CONTRAST. Fear ales
adninulralor of Elizabeth lI.emnr. Young ; and will the last twelve months ,I take
Ii. &two I pleasure ia giving
THE DDdefe. screw-good occupied by Wm. Wilson, as a Book Store. be found a certain remedy in all of
LL nations from the cues
.6. remotest have had nervous lestimoay of their
!t1 aotioe that at Tallahassee 12th. ages, my good effects eases ./ dispepsia. -
May 38. and
tent 4Mf( debility wrakneasof .
i Spnng Term of Leoa cy. he .i:j-. ships,but Colifmbus only found oat the.way most impaired constitalions. ;s ck headache bilious fevers lid other m
'U Caallj MtUe his and ,Court, bis gnu houses,and every other out-houso requisite fora N WDIUS'rORE. to America. Btfoeo ihe time of UM greatSpanishnavigaiorpeople As remedy for chronic andiuJLmwiatcry eases, produced by incapacity of UK liver.

charge U aeall as aforesaid.t fo Ii Planter with springs of sever failing water of the THE subscribers have formed a copartnersh.iin were only enabled ID paddle about Rheums.tism'be efficacy of, the Pbcenix Bitters will They are 'safe and mild ape -being tie
and of said land well tbe shores. Just so with the Lite .Medicines. be demonUtrated by the use of one bottle. The best ankle
iMITfl.SepL purest kind every part water- the Drug business, under the firm ot It ia of the kind I have ever UMd.
1 1838. PATRICK 4-tf ed. With the premises can be had au abundant supply Waddel bat two shoit years since I first ventared upon an usual dose of these hitlers ia half a wine glass fall, GEO-C.SCOTT U.D.-
Randolph, & Lewis. and I have iu water or wine, and this be'taken
of Corn and Fodder, desired. Person wishing .inknown ocean, discovered the precious quantity may
They have just received end now oner for sale two or three limes a day about half The following is fiom a highly respectable pIaniST
) NOTICE. to purchase, ore invited to call and examine for 1 one door north of Mr object I was ia search HEALTH. Vegetable an hour before .
Birge's clothing establish- indeed meals or a less quantity nay be taken at all times. ofBurk Co.Ga.
themselves. Both as for health and soil, as a bar. medicines were known when ( commencedmy
; LL persons indebted the a taU of John Ta- anent. on Monroe street, .a genraal sssorimcnt of To those who afflicted with Peter's Pills have
t are trial
gain will be given. WM McGRlFF.GaeUden FRESH seai ch. but their use was not. By the use ol indigestion after given ,them a'fair i
.. turn,late of Leon County,d0.will make eounty Sept. 4th, 1838. 5.m3 OILS RUGS, M MEDICINES POINTS, atd them 1 have no* only passed from the dejected invalid meals,these bitters; will prove invaluable as they nearly three dozen bojEcu having been ned on -f

: ,imoedkUly.; And all de together with a variety of Perfumery and ,10 the bale, hearty ami'active man business very greatly Increase the act'on of the principal viscera plantation within the last year, and their adminiairatinit .

; ilJ present toeio properly authenticated, tot 07GUN REPAIRING & JOB WORK. fancy.111 orders saticles for.he toilet butcomparatively speaking,1 have renewed my help them to perform their functions,and enable has been attended with more success tkaa i

PHEBE' TATUM Admr'tOcUber METCALF having removed from Mr. merchants from Phyaicians.Planlersandeounrry youth. I can thus, with confidence my own experience the stomach to discharge into the bowels whatever any medicine I have ever used; and I lake pleasure

' l k, 1838._, lo tA BENJ. '. to the well known Shop of Mr. JO- fully attended will to be thankfully received and faith. advise with my fellow citizens. Does IB offensive: Tins indigestion ia easily and in recommending them to my friends aadneighbors.

: BIS SOLUTION.rtaercbip SUM EPSOM on the corner Monroe and St. A ugol- jg-tf the reader want proof that the VEGETABLE speedily removed appetite restored and the mouths .-They are handy, safe, and eftlsita.

THE htriofove exisriag u.der tine Streets opposite tbe CAPITOL, will at all J.W.H.W. WADDEL. LIFE MEDICINES are suitable lob:. own ease 7 of the aUorlent vessels being cleaned nutrition is ,and need buta trial to be approved.

the Grin (DA VIS A KINDON8, dissolvedatuaeottaeate by limes be ready to attend to any call in his line. C. RANDOLPH.B. LEWIS. I hare on flue at my office, 367 Broadway, hundreds mind facilitated and .strength of body and energy o HENRY P. IONES.

'_ i. Tallahassee Oct. l!. !. 10-tf of letters,from some ef the most respectable are the happy results Tot furtheJ1&I'ticalaraofMOFFAT' Prepared by Jos. Priestly Peters, M. D.,"at his i
T1 Mlinecg.wIO be' continuad the eld stand fl OTI CK:. citizens of iliis my native land, voluntarily offered LIFE PILLSand PHOENIX *inauiauoo'for the care -obstinate disuses by

Q b'WMHF.NRYKIDDON:a M. |subscriber informs his friends and the pubJL in testimony of the vinuss eli A GOOD VEGETABLE BITTERS apply at Mr. Mofi..fa Office, No. 367 means of vegetable remedies No., 120 Liberty

8.bsfIg3I 7 < lie that he has purchased: the entire sleek in MEDICINE. Br.-ai'way; New York where the Pills can be Street, New York. Each box con tains 40 pills/-
t t trade ofDovii. & HUTCH IMS, and the business will Persons whose constitutions have been nearly obtained for 85 centa, 50 cents, or 91 per bex ; Price fifty cents,
I ,_ NOTICE.i' hereafter be coniinaed in his own name in the aime ruined by the "all inf 1Ii9Ie") mineral preparationsof and the Bitters for,9\ or 13 per.bottIrlCF'Numeroa IrrTTheseiavfJaahle Pills are sold wholesale

C rI1RZiuiaec'ila: bebf abet t'leaf. the Tern store occupied by them. lie returns his thanks to the day, will burma witness that the Life Me certificates of the woaderfal efficacy of and retail ia Tallahassee (at New York pr cfv I

: .1. torj: all persons having UiD'with bin the public for the liberal encouragement he das received dicines and such only are the true coarse to permanent both may ha there inspected. and the. Drug and Apothecary Stares of' (

will' t"t with aG Lotfk Bead his authorix and be solicites a continuance of the same. good health. JOHAJVOFFAT.GENERAL In:some ati&a1etand ,compUeated! eases of STEWARD -BARWARD r

ad JOHNHVI" He has on hand'nd wi'J continue to keep a ger.eral -, ehronte''.and inflammatory Rheumatism Liver and W ADDEL, RANDOLPH LEWIS. .1:.

4 ;1,11. l.t assortment of such goods ax are necessary for the REMARKS RELATIVE MOF- Complaints, Fever and ,Ague. Dyspepsia,, Palsy, Also for Sale id Moaticelto by'A. WIRICK. / '

: JCE.1 Carriage & Harness, Making. town and country trade. He invites all those who FATS LIFE PILLS AND PHCENIX Piles injuries from the use of mercury quinine, Ia Quincy Ly Dr. DAVIDSON '

SIX vaeka'after date application will' be made to t ICPTHE subscriber bavin? engaged the servi have outstanding accounts previous to 1833, to call BITTERS and other diseases of Long standing; it. way be And en inquiry eua be had,ia all.the prraeipaltowns
e/Ma4iseo Co. .Court for letters of res of t skillful Carriage and Harueu Maker,from be settle the same. Orders m the country will These medicints have lone been known and ap found necessary to take both the Life Fills and in Florida,Georgia,and Alabama. ,:y

&UJe4 UM oJohe Campbell, der the North, oees leave to inform bis friends and the the punctually lowest attended to, and goods furnished at preciated for their extraordinary and immediate the Phaaix.Bitters, m the doses be/W recom : JCJ-Be'earelul.fd cm eror.P nu' i!". .
\ that aU orders for repairs fcc,shall be punc market price. mended. TABLB PILLS, Io'1t ;r., '" :
E. public powers restoring perfect health, te suf I '
The perwns Ff t
a EWA&o totlly and neatly executed. higfccat prices given for all kinds ofcountry fering under nearly every kind disease ..J4a"li, 1838.' dolt' .
...JI Saddlery Work Done. produce. ALEX. FORMY DUVAL. the human frame liible.) 'i to which- N. B.-Thee Pills and,the,Bitter* will apt all ;"

: E.B.CLARK Tallahassee April 23, 1838. 38-tf In many: hundreds 'of certified instances mercury.out of the system infinitely faster than the STEWAB.T.&BARNARI-
they '
sjnlbcmed a S "ok SALE. have even rescued'sufferers from the Tvry'vereof best preparations of Sarsaparilla aniS are e cer
Tallahassee c, May 5,1838. 39-tf tain,remedy for.the rushing of blood to the had AVE just rtceivW frwnlfew York ai4BaI'iiasore5 -
,1.B03IQ& John SEVERAL Light JerMy FTaggon's with har- an untimely grave, after all the deceptive '
.uof AD. B02TTGEB; no* or all violent headaches tic .
_. 'informs completeAlso two or'three horse turns of'thd..y had utterly failed'and! to many doalaurertx AC. il a Crflb supply of-DRUGS flUED I

'M, Adlr' .RESPECTFULLY the Ladies and I w.n.; IFM. H. Ffi. NCIS. thousands they ,han permanently seeuni tksttn' persons who.are predisposed.to"apoplexy, palsy, ts--AllO.rA.NaY ARTIcLES,
med Its vicinity Uec.30,1837. J form hralib. &e. should never.be.wubout UieLife PUla and Druggwi's Glass All of
11-tf: 21-tf enjoyment ,without wbh life iteelj or the Ware. P.rfumayI
0 tIB that ha'vfl continue to give InstroeUeaoolke' I i LlSLIE_A. is bat a partial blessing. Bo great indeed baa tbeir Bitters for one doe$ tn tlm.wdl."lire. ,Tfc* .warrant to be of good qna'(7. ; I

NOTICE. ':PIANOFORTE' : l'HOMl'SON. efficacy invariably ana infallibly: 'proved, that I it tmiaJtze. the ci cu1tkn4ibe'(.."and 'dr4. Amongtb .meDtmay1).' ., rorj j
: ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR LAW, has appeared scarcely Jwthaa all pressure frdm'lbt heidl :re tore rspirati6D. lowing valuable popular odicin.st.HOtIKUAflACEA1 .
'U'TBE .ervivos'oth. firm of nurtcqlmisto those
I54.&jMd, ..i all For tbe flext wlhtef season to all I who i may ,favor TALXJUUMXK: ; Fioxnu.JW wbe were unmcquaintetJwith ibe.beiau'fuUy end throw" 'off 'veyirnputiiy. by te Bor s': f the. 1.: !
cJI 7b7 t. pot i him with-their ptlraiag*. r"ued the losophicel pbU aiiB. t- > SWAlM'do -
( fir H ? practice of be proftstoon principles upon'which': they .
qa1e4,4 Iopneta' : of coav- I ;
He also offers lot ssle tale a large atsortment wiirgive his I ponnded/and INDIAN ,do cBeckwi' r i
attention which
; prompt to any busiaesi upon they coriiaweulU. .tk ,
!..at;** u4 all 1debt.d are "
., .pei.o 4'1tJ.A ." Mule for.,Piano Forte, just received,'etnosigtboUteeti .nl"lItrcl III his cbs rge.rn lflt.' 9upeorC4j f'the' U was to their manifest and ,eiiaibi action i* KU'nfying : IMPORTANT It. PJ.pe and AMBI1iOI1PI1haI' I
bUeatibas.J- Middle lt.rictor_ Florida,' thdituRe'Coftrto lb springs channels "* NOTICE Ptrs'Antt-i1iqisin4 J j.titttU t'illsGa1hsP
.IQlUf B. Ap.p.I&C and rhf., atel endo. Persons \ j
_. .l the Lire Medicine' '' '
1', Piano Fortef' repaired and tuned oa-reaaenaUeterms. :: it. "l < log thorn renewed tn& and % using are advised n.f.Mt tl.rI! '
osi'rtbp:1i- 4 ,. J'" Office alt the vigpr, tMt tkej .ere to take the IXIIk;'*\.\:C..atiti to I
I His room Is at the old Coitrl lloase.Tallihasse south side or Washington Indebud for.ihelr. name whica war bettow cbnDyr.eiihP1ls"
..owI,.."'1.. > J -. ;:. rta i Square. lPo- operate ,thi Li 4k ;
Fob.t7.I88 'J''r JswiisJcourse
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"I. ; :;riiJfiLAI j PLTL7t oals WBOM lives the v- ba'd borld,sly" ttted. ..,- bEL4hittth l. e tilof'tb.Bitte li OiaI ecp,'u
4LL ; tar tbi.f1gS I 'II ;:.: :Zi : FOR8ALE ," ; .8uoi ..II "
lIIIIIa ."*'tote of Leon;Oou' i.1riI ; \ .olcxfBta4cirtB>y.Jobn.M Csrolbert'to ThESpbcriheri,5 4utore zb'rsil&a licauti. dicJ 'proprl.tone 'ice_ 0II.ttt.1ftrn 1)ity.ror! I' f th N o( i':r < .' 'ToretJser PtMad1d*ltb sgve'a: .ms'oW").. .4sp :

t t ,the A. I. M. DraJicfor$370: ,due M>. 6>st pf'Jan- {ul Iasortding OfSj4cboad F rnit re eonbi ling.MBitrt by'hiaVWEAfl7JXfl f'c\, ".m.\f' 'tF.boknl .- ;. ,"': ft/iI 'tukDY'lq- 'I, r i ; :

____ 1fW .dlIL_" oaJrf >ax4l: foil..psttoQp are cautioned from tra'ding'fw.aIdst.se1the3..gstome. .. Wadlrr"I.Je.J Tables, adi"I'Work lls. p1Oig rtL' ,.ItMa *.t..r'Y l AllAtt"rkdwaIq: f' r ,
b. knnwLedge r &a
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