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: August 31, 1839
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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M-willbe, inserted at one dollar for the CONCORD ACADEtIY.I I I PROCLAMATION I [Continued i our'Iar.j po!od'tcTconsider-the whole of the ,distress he has plenty, without finding it in do- ,

rtion, and 75 rente for each continuance T rIs Seminary! located in Caroline County, By Richard K. Coil Governor.of Florida rr B XSU. she bad undergone as the result of certain cyphernJ hieroglyphi. .;;, .'
tt\it\ linel and under twentj-fttur, will be Virginia i about forty mica north t.t> Rifh- WHEREAS,HIS EXCELLENCY, the Go For the of.more effectually protecting Associations between 'melancholy tale 'aide ofth' paper i, .r ,

II o)two squares... Professional For a einglo notice.qnue 15 dol bldollar. mond, and three Railroad.miles from Tho the situation Richmond i i. retired and ol in pursuance oftbe'Acl their purpose rcmmcrre and. navigation, the sho lad been perusing, and her late loss, to that it can be divided found necessary, : .z.:4. ;

the of fourper' Frederck.blrr Congress pud I2th Feb y, 17Q3. "re.pecting on a partially deranged nervous 3. Punctuation ought to be either correct, ;
advertisers with privilege < ofers.few t*up tat ions to vice fugitive from Justice &c," ha demanded the two contracting parlies do hereby flgroe tr opi-rjting
week, 50 dollar Advertising to betitanee. t amy in the JULIUS W. COWLES, a fugitive from arrest form, at'soon hereafter as may be mutually ay.lem. She however deemed it advisable or not attempted ; the villainous habit some ,.

Yearly adrerlining quarterly The price of bard and tuition: ,-including wash the Justice of the said Slate,charged with tho cuine convenient, a consular convention which that her maid-servnt should repose in her writer have dashing their productions isa -
will be insertod. unless accornpait ing, betiding, fuel is $200 for
ad scholastic
rtiietncnl murder and required his delivery to Daniel N. haH declare the and im- chamber, lest any return of what sie bad great bore to printer. lithe writer can '
responsible reference in this of ten months. specially, powers
year from di
I money or a Student coming a Smith, Eq., Agent on the of the aaid State consider affection do it it done be had better '\
from a regular customer, or forwarded I tance, who may not to leave the Institution to part unitiea ,of the consuls and vice consul of the been determined to a nervous not as ought to b ,
pt during the Vacation, can their studies r 'eiY and convey the laid fugitive to the skould distress Bernelf and alarm the leave it altogether to compositor. '
L prosec\te' County Jones in said State respective !
where the murder is
of candidates for office wiled I without intermission at of the teacher Abbreviations be avoided
coollcenlents will be in a *U dccd to have been commilf'dt then to be triedfor ARTICLE XXX. family. Last Tuesday night, feeling stronger 4. ought to a .e'

F..vc DJII&fiI for insertion during the I *The-., course atendnnce.of instruction the the crime with alandcharred. Now The United Slates of America, and the and in better spirits than ale had! enjoyed for some compositors are very apt to follow! '
in adranco.jrwnal
all comprises langnas
in ;-
ull1e t communication case which are ad. and rciencts generally,nnd is designed to pre- therefore in pursuance of law, I do enjoin and require Peru.Bolivian Confederation, desiilng to several months,past, she dispensed! wit the. copy I a it is technically called. This is :

.rcolDu"icaliolla relating to one'* indivi, pare student thoroughly for College and Univer- in all the magistrates and peace officers to be vigilant mako us durable as circumstances will permitthe ateniant. retiring alone to her and more,particularly applicable to advertise- f 1 :
apprehension of the said offender ando '
,puff,of now inventions, new gooddblifchuionU *. iiits. The students of Ancient Language arearranged relations which established betweenthe a little before 10 o'clock. Exactly men Is. 11
deliverhuju .
f1r( in .1.ihintho Territory of Florida \ are
candidate, and the like, In twn classesjunior and senior, and ale any 1 she observance of these rules enable
struck An
: : as advertisement, instructed by daily prele tion. and examination then safely to be kept until demanded by the two parlies in viitue of(his treaty, or general as the cock :, was awa- wi ...s.1&T.
chirked at the bo same made price in advanc They[ are also exercised regularly in convening proper aulhoiiscd agent of the Slate Georgia.. convention of peace, friendship, commerce kened from and distinctly beheld us all, contributors and printers, get along

ineiit must for an advertisement continp lew than reek and Latin into English.and English into In testimony whereof I have and navigation, have declared .aol- the apparition she had before seen, advancing more pleasantly
eoiant Greek and Latin. In with Ancient (SEAL) hereunto set hand and which stood her
with individual cx- connection my i from the table on lamp,
fon will be opened any caused the seal of the emnly, and do agree, follows : .
Languages are taught Ancient and Territory to be affixed. 8
Geography .
and drew NEW
advertiser. till it stood opposite to, anide the TOItKAug. 11. ,
be s regular Ancient History. Done at the Capitol in the City of Tallahassee, this :1st. The present treaty sal.be in forre j
Jobbing|| the cash will be requited on the Tile Mathematical course i extenaivr, compris-I: iiixtli day of April, in tho year of our Lord, or.e for twelve years from the day. of the exchange curtains of her bed. A sccse of suffocating FROM THS BtLiZK.-.By the schr. Elizabeth .

,oClV work will be discontinued until all iog Arithmelic, Algebra, Geometry, Plane'rrigo'lfmet. thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine. And of the ratifications thereof; and further opposition deprived her of all power to Capt. Snow, we have Belize (Honduras
j criptilln )", Spherical Trigonometry, whh !its application i. of the Independence of the United State of scream aloud. She describes her very ) papers to July
after either of 13
paid Uf11rl"' at our Ption'S.b.SIBLKY until the end of ono
.MS are tip Nautical! and the Differential America the sixty third. year
Astronomy, British:
: Editor Fluridian. and Integral. Calculus. K.CAI.L. the contracting parties shall have given notice I blood retreating with icy dullness to her A correspondence between the

------ ---- of Natural By the Governor. I. intpntion termin- heart from every vein. The countenance Consul at Uelize and the Central AmericanGovernments
The course Philosophy comprise to the other, of its to
r--- L & CO. Have arrivals just irceived Mpchanics, HyerodynamicsPnoumutics, Accous- JOHN P. DUVAL.Sc'y,of Florida. ale the same each of them reserving lo of her beloved in life wore not its bnevo shows that the hitter is much .
Gr-neva, and oilier een- and Galvanism and As Julius W. Cowles, known ; the tics, Electricity Optics some mn by notice the lent aspect; eyes, once beaming inceu consequence
th' ino"t lash umaUc style of blue, itself the right ofgivng! uch to
, the of J. William! .
.rtinent tronomy. name was recently fixed in the taken of the Island of Rustau
CI"llas,Clililiimert'\, apprehended of twelve fection were now stern regard on ing possession *
,btuwn.mixed ondf.incy Geology and Mine-ology! are taught in connection and committed to J.i. in Pcnsacola, for other, at the end of s>,id term
SM &.. "hicla they Wi>uldb! |pleaseJ to ma\.e -iili Cllemislrv.'Ibe.coure the murder of Isaac*,in .County, but years. And it is hereby ngrced betweenthe trembling half-dissolved being who in the near Belize.

,Mh'ir rnvtort.ers. They haring b. en sel< cledeatnrc of :Moral Philonnpny comprises, has made his escape. Cowles is a Oeorli.ven- that on the expiration of one courage of desperation thus adjured-I. CENTRAL. AMERICA.-The last pper

from the l.Ue the t New most York fastidious.Impor. Bcte. lelres. Rhetoric, Ethics and Political Econ ; triofuia ahout 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high well parties after such notice shall have such Charles, my dear Chailes' why are youcomel" dated 30th May, received from that place 18*
cannot lailto phase omy. active and sprightly in his walk year notice and inform that General Morrison the
ver ; I Jessie, slowly solemnly aspirate u! was at
i {EIPVMDBCLOTHLNG. All of the Students are cxeictsed in Crmposi had in potession numerous article of jewelrywhich shall have been received hy either of the form waving in his hand head of the Federal well
r nebla,'k,blue\ ,and(aney colored drab conts, tion Sntveyiiig, and the drawing of Maps. are said to have been taken from Isaacs. them from the other, as above mentioned, shadowy armya disciplined
The Subsciibrrs have had considerable a roll of written pap r-"Jessie, pay and full of "fght" body of men.
do. I experience Talahuce,Apri 6, 1839,-56 tf this in all the points relating to
rfine Mac, Muck, brown, drab, and mixed in directing theenergies i of the youthful mind, treaty shal my newspaper accounts, and let me rest in General rB, of the Allied Pacificator S
nits, Tilol cloth, dc. Beater do. Mohair do. and tie efficiency of their plan of "lucftion. for commerce navigation, altogether cease Army was in San Miguel on' the 21st May,
L do. fora, the morals and enstningihe literary ad and determine ; and in all those parts which peace. re-organizing the under bis command, .
ll1'k and ems. Pants, Pancy colorrd do. vanccment<'f iheir pupils. hu been itmply tested. relate to and friendship, it shall be troops
I in PUidit Ribbfl do.Spangled' Doeskin do Fur the character and m.-iits of the Instituion,1rferenee and both Hints o Hortemanship.-I officer or to commence operations, alie says against
null CUi. da of.ill colors, tine blue,mixedncrSitiinett i" made to the annexed testimonial ol ; permanently perpetually binding on British Cavalry has published a work on the enemies of the sovereignty and independence -

do. tin Professors of the University: of Virginia.Parents I .powers. this subject, from which the following useful of the States who keep San Salvador.
arky Jeans d.,. and Gu'hians. who m .y \\ash to place! 2dly. I any one or more of tho citizens under the most m .
and single breasted Clot vefl's, Snpcrcktilk their and of hint are : uIIJvr.
le Kons \'al tlis Seminary are requested of either party shall infringe any the articles I
Velvet do. Plain Marie and blue Sa- to dinct their to Concord Academy of this sm.h citizen citizensshall Another capital mistake i fc, to fancy that As is usual with people,

Fine figured do. fancy figure do. Crr>lme County, V"., addr s j>ed to either ol thesubncribcrs. 1 treaty or we can keep a horse from falling by pulling bulletins and proclamations are being daily
>ed Valentiis. of superior qualitr. Fancydo ; bo heM personally responsible thereforand issued of the
hard at his mouth. Ii is painful to see a timid expressive utmost brotherly
cloth Velvet,-Fair lanry FhiUetbilk ,- F. W. COLEMAN, President. thu harmony and good correspondence rider duwa hill with. his reins so and Jo\'int kindness towards one another,
VeketF4ncy hgur d do.-superior J. D. COLEMAN between the two nations shall not be inter going '
silk Vcl do. I that the horse's month i k drswn meditating the most sanguinary butchery -
t id latest lyle rut ret A. C. COLEMAN, each in tightened up whist .
thereby no
iperior quality of Ladies Cloth, Merino, January: 9. 1839 rupted ; party engging. on n lino with tin horizon, and his eye f .-Jour. Com. r
the offender
and Damask Cl<>aks.rein UNIVERSITY: OF VIRGINIA, June 5th, 1R38. way, to protect ofender or elevated that i is impossible for him to see ---

German Jackets and Pant Mr. Frederick. Coleman, ai the cnlof his to sanction such violence, under pain ren. where he is Rteppinsj.i The chances of a A CATCILThe
jiCravat*, black Italian bilk do, superfinedo. coarse of study nl the University, recch'cr the degree dering itself liable bribe consequences there.
of catch
ofIterfAmts, the Uni erkityof Viigininhannj stumble are thus more than doubled ; and if following description a by

nand silk: Pocket Hnndkrrrl.ief-. prcvi< usly obiain( d degrees in the Schools = T- of. horse stumble in that rendition, crampedand ) Dr. Calcott, is given in the muscial world 1
and woolen ulnrts and drawers Cloth do. PETERS' PILLS."THE 3dly. If, (which indeed cannot bo expected the words thus
in: ofAncitnt Language, Jfathemities, Natural Philosophy tightened, and prohibited the use of his run : ,..
>. CuuLldrcflSdO.ndl'h.ldelphia. ChemUiiy, and Moral Philosophy,cinh( TRUE RICHES OF LIFE ISHEALTI.n I ,) unfortunately, any of the stipulations head and neck, with which if left to himself, p'.c Ah how, Sophia ccn you leave 11k

l made superfine Boots. ed(nly up.n riil nnd extended cxam iuatior.l.. WE know Hint health and abity i. contained in the present treaty shall be violated he will do wonders in himself Your lover, and of hope berave :
I ieli>thin<; of all descriptions.' The undeiMgned, having 1m'\II dge of his tal- the wealth of the great the peoplein or infringed in other whateverit recovering -
I ky's superfine Pliiladelphia maJe fashion entr, ncquirempiith and hndiK, and being lalifed this, I in most other countries To preserve, rouvenantcd any and way that down he must go. In riding the inexpertand Go, fetch thp Indian's borrowed plume .

r IfllS. that the method of instruction .'hie he ( therefore,thai health by nalura means, is a grand expressly agreed timid hold on chiefly by and through the Yet, richer far than that, your bloom ; *
Cue bilk, woolen, Merino, and Cotton Ho- td, is far better c cilcuUtcd cemmonlyUM'l moral and political .chemr to further which, requires neither of ihe contracting parties will order rein. They tighten it so to make it a kind I'm but a lodger in your'heart, .
to convey accurate knowledge, and ai tho our utmost attention. will order, or authorise, any act of repeahnor a And than I'fear have "
of bar which lo themselves more one, part,
I Cloths fassimeres, Satinetts and Vest same tune to give :proper training to (the minds ol The unprecedented .uccea. which has resulted declare or make war against the other, or pole, by steady
II 1 den-ripti'in 17 tf. in their seat and to them relixntion of Now, in reading the above there is nothing -
1 youth, hair ivurhconfi'leneeiii ..commcldilll himto from limo adoption of Peter Vegetable Pills, during on complaint of injuries or damages resnlt- any r,
UOKHAN: A HALL, I I'E those who may wih to 6IS well a period upwards of five year*,the numerous either bridle is almost ns fatal a thing as los particular to be seen : but when the J _:
Juki rereivcd, and arn now opening i taught-as a tnrral assortment, of SrniKG AND SUMMER I may safely rely. upon hundred of individuals whom they have agtieved shall first have presented to the Bon- i ir
men bo trusted are the Bishop they should be, there i* much to hear lor one
.hich, they offer to the public upon atromterms. -'. Mr. Coleman I.nl been engngfd, for three vents rescued from almost inevitable death, after they O'her a statement jr representation of such ; they I
{ Amonc tho Slock will' be found [mnrc he left chI Uniersiyin conducting an Acadcmy had been pronounced incuraLlo by the mOlt eminent injuries or damages, verified by ners and martyr maker of the noblest part I singer seems to render tho first three words
DRY GOODS.un : and lids. and have demanded redress
and a.'I.
and Fancy bilks. Lawn, Slmllrye furnished evidence of his ab.lny to piepare young Peter, in warmly conscienliy recommending proofs!, sitisficlion : who nre neither timid nor altogether phia, with 1 little admixture of cocneyism. .

g1.ami Mimlinx, fig'rd. and Lyon izc, gentlemen to enter with adt 'nt, e the University, them l. tho special notice of the afflicted. and the S:111 shall have been either inexpert, fancy that they can keep a horse fire fire Another voice calls out. lustily,
Linen, Linen or aav other of thr higher institutions of I'arnin Peters' Pills the effectual refused or unreasonable delajed. |
pt.'rlllrish Drilling, Vegetable are safest most "
his feet half his &Go fetch the fetch the
GESNER HARRISON Prof. Anct. Lins'e on by breaking ji s.Coiiimun engines enignes ;
hnrh I'lklins and Print Sumner clolli, I and economical remedy fur diseases of the 4thly. Nothing in this treaty contained :
and Chairman of the Faculty nenae tells us that a horse receives while the third coolly h I'm but a
Lcibiiines, Qaune Scarfs and Cravat, I human constitution that has ever been discovered.Dr. shall however, be construed to says
Ldics Gloves of all sorts, C. BONNYCASTLE Prol. JWatliermtics.W. Peters the inventor of the valuable medicine operate con. no aid from a pull in the mouth witha lodgci," &c. ; consequently, be does not

Taffeta, and Gauyc Ribbons 1 B. RO: ERS, Prof. Natural! Philosophy, from hut knowledge the human system derived trar) to former and existing public treaties piece of iron, or a'blow! from a whip, or a care whether the house burned down or not.
IIIK01. and Umbrellas Summer Veftin ", GKO. TUCKEK, Prf.lIral Philoioj.hy.JNO. from long and extensive practice, has arrived to with other States or sovereigns.The t
: kick in the side with un armed heel, however Thin elucidation wilfgive a idea .
snd wlute Silk half Ho Pr6f. this conclusion that the and of of pretty goo
pck Hose qtid e, great primary cause present treaty pe.ice friendship L-
DAVIS Prof. these indicate the wishes commands real and character
A G. L.-W or meaning
a -
J. ,
may orht .to
fill, Oxnaburga. Sheeting, Shirting, &c. most diseases is a derangement in the function.of commerce, and shall be %
navigation; approved
R. E.GIUFPITH. Prol.' Medicine, the of the rider. I beg pupil to believe, that catch. h-
GROCERIES.m liver; or other words, an increased or diminished my
and ratified Ihe President of the United
old and pure Wines, Cognac Brandy, J. CAUELL.Piof., Anatomy and Surgery.February Focretiou of the Bile. by the horse legs support the rider and not the nhe-

jllind Gin,old Scotch WJu-kt-y, ".---- ,;h. IK33- 27-tf So well is this undertoo it is common for States America, by and with the advice rider' the horse-more than this, that the I A THRILLING STORY.-A ;Thrilling story
!taiongahcla Whickcy London Porter, Twenty Dollars Bewurd.STRAYED I persons to they ,that they are and consent of the Senate thereof and by the I is
say fec unwel rider cannot lift, the horse nor hold him going the rounds of the taken
ai,Rice, Sperm and Wax candles, from the subscriber tour youn? I bilious, moaning that they hae too much bile on Supreme Protector of the north and south up from "Nnval Ppers. "
the How often do the
hurls, Fifrs, Almond, mules about the first of May 181. the stomach. On the other hand,when the flow of Peruvian States, President of the when in act of falling. and zine,
'ine. Butler and Water Cracker, One minxl with a star in ,his face. One brown, I bile is diminished, the process of digestion is im Bolivia with the direction Republic of we hear a man assert that he has tken his which stripped of all embellishment, i il to-

irendish and Plug Tobaccn, and two dun mules. Twenty dollar will be paid perfectly, performed, the patient becomes weak and encharged I horse up between his hands and legs and the following purport :

aani"ih Sar*, for the safe keeping the four mules and vending because unchment contained in the of the foreign relations of the Peru-Bolivian lifted him over a fence; that he has recover- On the day of the ever memorable battle '
loor, Beef Pork,&c. me information or' venly dollars and all reasonable food taken into the stomach is not properly extract Confederation ; and the ratifications shall I of Waterloo
that his
ed his horse on the other side, or Captain Walter Leslie's
ALO ,eJ'f'nyellI'aid; for dchrciing the four mules tome I nd, and the food is ejected in E crude stair. Dr. be exchanged within eighteen monthi from young'
pntral assortment of Hardware, Cutlery in links T.wn. Mndison County Florida. Peters is confident that thin famous Hyeean Theo. the date of the hereof horse would have fallen forty times if he bad I brute, Helen, with feelings more easily imagined Thi-

7 r, Gliss ware, Wood ware, linady made Juno 25th. 139tf JOHN MILLER. ry, so called, that "impurity of the blond is the signature- or sooner- if not hold him up. Those are vulgir: errors than described, took her seat at a win- isaat
-. (kd-lead. Looking Glaatoe.&c. -- of all diseases"inn Everyone possible. Could dow the
GAMBLE. & REID cause great absurdity. and mechanical impossibilities. ten overlooking field of that dreadful ,
tBirgsinsfoi' cash. HAVE j jlift received a general and well oclerted who reflect upon the subject a moment will In faith whereof, we, the plenipotentiaries men with handspikes tho weight of a conflict : but being within reach of random '1

NOTICE. SPRING GOODS, consisting perceive that impurity of the blood is a secondary of (the United Sties of America, and the horse ? Probably. tf the weight to the shot she with the other inmates retired to a ed'it
/ocU 'Jer the Florida.I of not a primary complaint-the effect and not the Peru-Holivian
*of UJl.ioft.lla'k of
Confederation signed thin rein of a lady'd bridle. Could n lady bar as a place of more and there
I: following amendment to the charter of Fancy silk, } cue of disease. When the functions ef the liver and safety .
Upion Hank of Florida, WIll bA in force furlerllic Painted lawns > In drew paternn are deranged and the flow of bile increased, it is scaled these presents.Done lift it with the left handt I think not, thoughit remained i ia anxious stispence during the .i1te

15th May next. Fig'd R"i"l Muslin, ) often taken up by the absorbent vessels and crriediuto in the diy of Lima, on the thiitieth i is commonly supposed she could. whole day. Some time in the night Capt.

scl In amend an art entiled an act tll incor- French Marlins, French Prints the crcuillion. and becomes mingled with the clay November, in the year of our Lord These are not harmless ones; they inducean Bryan was brought to the barn, badly woun-

the subscribers to the Union Dank of Flon1. I II I Twisted Gauso rcarfu silk shawls and cravats and scarfs, his blood countenance.as Now, when this the impurity patient of shows the bloodis it in one thousand eight hundred nnd thirty six.SAMUEL ambitious interference with the horse at a ded. Helen with the necessaries, which

Co enacted t l.y the Governor and Logis- I Gents black silk and fig'd cravats caused by an increased flow of bile, and to remedy J.. LARNED, [8 !..] moment in which hn should bo left unconfued her forebodings had suggested, tenderly dressed

Council of the Territory of Florida, That if Ladies twisted silk pic nic glove, it you must correct the secretion of the liver,and GARCIA DEL RIO [SEAL.] to the use of his own energies. If, b) jroti* Bryant wounds, aud after hb revival

ICkb'J'ccr. who has heretofore or may lirel'iin kid superior do restore it td a healthy slate. Andherea the said Convention has pulling, and giving him pain in the mouth, ventured to inquire after her Walter.Bryan's .

a loan upon the pledge of stock, as Gent Lu'k, kid and silk gloves, Dr. Peters different has spent much medicines linxe in experimenting for diseasesof .1 been Duly ratified on both parts and the you him to throw up his head and neck, evasive answer, but too fatally por-
-fitted in the twenty-ninth section of the French worked collar and with vegetable respective ratifications of the
capes. meere exchanged tened the
hii how foot out worst. She him tell her
which this in to French lace cuffs, the liter; and now his Vegetable Pills, I you prevent seeing to any begged to
or pay up IIM an stock amendmentiuhallneglect note, for the space of 30 Thread and muslin edgeings, the boot, most ronveuiont, and cheapest medicine bat Lima on the twenty eight day of unsafe ground or where (to take off at a the circumstances for she knew her husband V.,

her the saino .hall have become due, theo do do inserting. that ran be prepared for general use. May one thousand eight hundred and thirty fence; and in the case of stumbling,you prevent was dead. Byran then stated that just before -

pledged shall be forfeited to tho bank, and Satin Tafltita and ,pause ribbons, Dr. Peters flatters himself that )Ii. long experimenting .ightby Edwin Barten, Consul of the United an action dictated alike by nature and : going into action, Capt. Leslie thrust

ein.um lint may be received from the vale Stis-v and Leghorn bonnets I with vegetable and nie-licins subsliiuto has enabled himto States in thut city, Juan Garcia del Rio philosophy. When an unmounted horse I a small Bible into his bosom charging him 0.Id
discover the
Cthall accrue and be added to the surplus Ginghams and siersucker slrijws, : true only answering Minister Finance of the Stale of North
that if he fell into
stumble teaches action
him his
ortbe Ink. Taranolnand iimbiellas, all the purposes of mercurials without any of their nature to drop faithfully to deliver

2.Be it further vnacted, Tliat it khall be the Black and white ilk 'hose, attendant evils. One great quality of his vegetable Peru on the part of their resective Govern- head and neck; philosophy teaches us the the sacred relic to his beloved Helon.But .-

r the board directors, when any share may do do half do pills is that they havolho alternative principle ments : reason of.it. During the instant that his head a few mements elapsed before he did

Ued as aforesaid, to proceed to lieU the same White and col'd cotton hose combined with their cathartic operative qualities, Now; therefore, hp it known, that I, and neck are the shoulders! are relieved fall. After learning from Bryan the spot at LteaV
that cleanse the stomach and bow- droppinJt
outcry to tie bidJer before the bunk do do do half do so they not only MARTIN VAN BUREN, President of
highest which
Walter she
from instant alone
'. eli by but they regulate the liver, changethe and that i h the fel went in the .n(
c in tic Crash and toweling, purging -
city after diaper the United States
uf'l'aU..h.-ee. giving tonIr" America have caused
tho that the horse effort night lantern into the field
secretions makes his
and curtain morbid utrenpihcn digestive organs to recover of the .
blt11\locatioll( l in all the! Tubltt linen, dimity ,
| papers pub- napkins purify th, blood, tho the said convention to be made public, to the dead and amidst the
In 1 h allahaHcre,of the time and place of sale: 6-4 and 12-1-4 linen sheeting, invigorate himself. dying, plunging of wounded ,_
and give tone and energy to the circulation'l end that the same, and every clause and article and other
purchaser ,
thall, within ten day. ihereafler Brown linen, -- hones frightful sights, in Fearch
*to the bank the bonds and mortgages ne- White brown and fancy drilling, They are mid and pleasant in their thereof, may be observed and fulfilledwith Description of the SM.-Thou hast never of the temains of her beloved. On the point

I r to Constitute him a elocklioldrr, and be Ripki drip coltonadcs, and convey !oa immediate conviction of their good faith hy the United States and tho been on sea," laid the lady to her waiting returning in dispair of finding the object of
*to the Mme rules regulations, and rextric- .,rummer venting, utility from first doso. They can be taken with citizen thereof.In tty
and be entitled and the feeble the maid, "and knoweat nothing of that dread her anxious search, among such a mass of
lo the same right, privileges, Nankeen, blk summer cloth, safety by persons of any age; witness wherefor 1 have hereunto I .
munitii, as are guaranteed to an original Domest.o: bleached and unbleached, in6rm. the nervous, and delicate, are strengthened set loneliness which settles on the spirit, when carnage, her attention was drawn to an out
Wder: provided that the sale and forfeiture Pmmtcraburgoanabutgi, Lowel doS by their operation, because they clear the system set my hand, and caused the seal of the U. the last headlands have disappeared, stretched hand, on which was found the well

"* shall not operate to dire.t the bank of any I and 6-4 straw malting. ef bad humors, quiet nervous irritbity. and : States to be affixed. and on wide waste tumultuous water are known ring of her husband who was partly th

r hieb it may |hove had on the property of the Feathers fly brushes, hair inatlrae, restlessness from whatever source invariably Done at the city of Washington, this third around only by the dull and evening buried beneath a pile of other bo ics. Whilst sir
lung stockholder; but the same shall remain Mosquito !yard* long, produces sound sleep. day of October in the of Lord having '
for the ctlri'y of debt he the Black and white reon hollandr,* year our hat not fell that mighty dread, I alone engaged in the release of the object of ii
any owe fcr
whether as payer, endorser or, surely may until Ladies and Gent shoes and boot positively The,sick Vegetable aud ris headache are a sure,dyspepsia remedy costiveness jaundice one thousand eight hundred and thirty eight, which overwhelms the timid wayfarer on affections, two soldiers, sent by Captain, coil

*i halt have been ruJl.ti.fioti. made in Paris. sickness of the stomach, hearlbarn, all billious and of the.independence of tho United States the ocean, who watches the little ship tagger Bryan, came to her assistance, and bore ,, I.aor

JOHN PARKHILL, cashier. Gent and 'ladies slippers, complaint, fevers of all kinds, and if taken a the the sixty third. from wave to wave, or heard the thrill wind 1 Acastor's dear remains" to the same room.. .:c .
!! It. 1839. 32 Gent and ladies prunello lace booU, commencement will variably check the progress M. VAN BUREN. siging through her cordage until the mast with the wounded I Captain. The surgeon' "; s
,JR Sale BICE Stocks Linen cotton,collar and, muslin u'.birl. and save the patient from a protracted and dangerous By the president : bent like a reed in the storm Thou hast applying a glass to the lips of Leslie declared 'v 1 ,:
30 Tierce best Charleston invaluabje and
RICE sickness.
at I They are in nervous
t.Marks,or Port Leon, by ALSOA hypocondrical afections loss appetite, and all JOHN FORSYTH, Secretary of State. not looked on Iho pathless waters were nothing that' be yet lived. The shock of joy was '. .. ?

__ nOL' & MLLF.R! general assortment of Hardware and Cutlery, complaints to alone are subject. moved but the black hull on which we I. too great for the delicate system of Helen;

To Planters. a superior article o weeding hoe, corn *h ller..and They operate I a mild and speedy purge and area A GHOST. stood, and the rolling mountains of waves, one vacant stare and she fel lifeless OD the

SCREWS received by the Schooneri Wood Waro elr every kind. ,I safe and certain remedy for worms in children. An apparition has been leer in Canada the smallest of which might close over the door, several hours being spent in restoring '

litnkey, from Baltimore now ready A'.o a all GROCMIE time a general i alrent. of PaoVIsIONS the Since public I,have I have received numerous my Vegetable certificates Pills to of according the Montreal Transcript. No bark forever, and leave not a ve tige to lei her to sensibility ,and the embrace of her .

2-1I'Ion the 1meDofLtle 1'. R.same.BETTON.Apply to Flour AID;Beef and Mackerel, their superior efficacy in curing diseases, also, body can read tbo last paragraph and disbelieved that aught living ever glided above thoe fond, Welter. .a1

Hams. Bacon,and Lard. many loiter from respectable physicians,who have the account. No wonder the poor depths. But more, thou never badst. one The small Bible was presented to Leslie, 4.tI. .

NOTICE.' Coffee,bruwn and l aSufa I used them in their practice with the best success.I man could not lie quietly in his grave, after whom thou didst love dearer than thine one bv Helen, on their wedding day; neither of .. :
*Mlliiailer date I ahall to tb. brandy small volume of certificatesbut
apply (
lodge Peach, Apple might publish a them dreaming that the Book.
I dying unannealed of such a sin. life journeying over those perilous path, Holy was to .Iwl -
Mb of
Court the medicine
County County, to Old Rye,and KeetifiedWlii'kcy eoiiiderit, unnecessary as .
ged from the administration of the e*. Madeira Rum Sherry, and Port Wines recommend itseifto all who will mak trial of wil. Last Tuesday fortnight, Mrs.-/a ladyof and thou far away, dreaming of the death to be the salvation of the Captain's temporallife. Si

,L //. Grave. d*c'd, of aid count,. Malaga Winecheapfotc00kiflf. Prepared by Jos. Praslle/ D. No. 129 litrary taste and rather studious habits J which he is expo ed,' or pining to be a partaker The ball aimed at his body spent its ,

011.\8. U. AUSTIN, Adm. Liberty street New York. Each box contains 40 sat reading in her drawing room, the of his dangers." I force in the folds! of the Bible, which is now -
U-lf NOTICE. pills.. Trice cenU. For sale by cock religiously preserved in the
subscriber ere 5 on the mantelpiece struck tvslve, as Jall family BJ a perpetual
"$, BEWABD. ALL person notified indebted that the to and account Tallahassee-Randolph & LewiaEdward Bar- stroke reverberated through .the. apartment, WRITING FOR THE PRESS. memorial of that extraordinary Provi. .**

'K&WAYfroaUi.fabMiib ron named' or Pel.er.fonl abca. I .pl.c rbJ the hand*of J. Barry Dot ur,"collection. oard.Tbomasvill*-Simeon SeixasMonticello its door, was suddenly flung ,open, In ,the ,_The Pitsburg Advocate recommend to deuce -:-. ,,': ore

lalor.M..i. maD A prompt attention tq the same *av" co ti. A Wirick'Smit'E act of raising her head to,reprove the intrusIon those who writes for the press the observance .
!.r* .rf: ,,'How complexiond.tas I JOSEPH' .D, RYAN. If. her tho rules. We because GOOD News.-)Ir. Miller who prdict'od : -
abool a dywnlook with'weak. Nlcakie-Dame, Taylor uorungforjof) te servant, yu rest of fgllowing copy thI :
.1I'eaI. a liijl. Inclined to Hotter,when Jane IS. Quincy- ,James Thomas 4 Co. ed on the form her late husband ; she they are alike applicable in this quart the world '-was coining to an :ntL ,in 1843 44

He was pireba* d of Uugbei Peter l8tRot. ''aI&a..lal] 13-If .creamed, ,and fell 1 enseleuoa, the carpeu: er. Disregard of them often imposes a deal ha3dizovedamiitake. of,100 ,years l to fats

'*,CL,Fairfttld) DistrIct*0d...aoqotinrkt7 THIRTY w.iItlI, apply' by Stolen \ -. < ThI brought up membera of.ihija'p14| of, unnecessary1ronble? "on ''publibr' and calculation and.now,thinks tho nrorid may!: t r

OMfkt where be might aUeap.pewon. I th.boeorbJo4g.otb. Conntjr Straye ,or of ly ai had not retired ; 're1orativeawet4idminlstered5 their workmen and ,it eqdura. 1943, .which' ,U trr1 llt.I.i-* .
on the 14th June, e bay yet ; .
taking him ii ft Ml*orinrf of Leon COMBfor,Authority.to .ICaa.( .. ; "
p & '
Con ;
f : : U BO marks and: ; .- manuscrjpsanfaeotiojfaa'shapeto. news ,ta,the pretent!generation :)
.. within TU limiteX the Terri I convey the real ectat* ofib tBinb/heirs% of Eenj* iui'm&.ad"ti bt coI .. li\l 1o
WisgkinshliJiUtf l oat r iKe'T frl :wi i 8jletsr.de.ai.d.lat..tLeaiavoimt'; ; 'DO'marks.recoU* .: INw.c'wlb.' : h reInsdposaezsioafbr:r,ispende4 .! .unfit for,ihrpiioterV hands. that .they: I -, .0 "._$ "II-. '\-t'r. ;; .

'V 1 t1., trill ti" &bi."a",,T" ,I, PATRICK SMITH.'Aa. hf4.U'em4. me."a&.j.; E-.t *,.. t'' and being a woman'of atrowf mind i iiic ire,for that..o ato'i t .run4et I Nothing ciroulatea. .o.r lidfl: ,44: : ;{
: s : ,1.D ,V&nho'* T&Uah* "
"Wt .' J. r :PHILEMON SMITH*,, I t ( t 1 'lgb1ycu1t1itcdnt.flect5'ib.ett ,dis4 1 table,1 I crete .
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t' f -' __L I i-r. -J moted. It i ha eaid Great Britain win n In* suspension of specll\ baymcBt" bul not therefore alsur my 'fellow-citizens. 'ofCen-1 lion U presented, whether new' i bseribeiiball JJaibg ft tOrpluTprofJt!of. ftt
1'I 1r -in thai 1 ,be different, and more D.riyetl.rrom Ihe "
trevillei that their is, not admi.t.ed. upon ftSe".ofthe
; !
TH 1flLtitIDIANco cultivation of cotton .h Be it '0. iI ID the 1812, in PbUadel solemnity p
wayo., yea favorable than the old stockholders of tbe bank; and "
ter .
of disturbed. Be to which
this it would be the Macon Londjn nineteen per slightest danger being fi.
TALLAHASSEE I I cuDLra .i thaI pb exchange on ,
FLORIDA: Convention device an8 and that CCfltbOVOt.t legal difficulties in the the interests Ii would em that there can bo no hesitation den, ought to Eareao eXc111
way e go'vemmeotal ceo't below par-ills nov ten per I .ide wy stockholder i"ri
ftt I aid should) obtained if at both Ods. of the Stockholders are decidedly against ss to the answer. A. An old surplus would amount to 16
Saturday Morning, Anff 31, 1839. b ne.ioHod i The bank payiig scie hundred shares of bank the per1 ;"
intelligent agent to the continental h exchangeNew an increase capital t and I presumeit owning one I present capital. be -
B7W:: are authorised to announce WM. B. dif"rCt notes At this moment lobil, tbe
sta of Europe, France, be made without their consent. I stock, secured by mortgage of his plantation annual statement, is .10 .
McCALL, Esq. as & Candidate to rep *l.'nt Gadi- .Pra.j., Holland,Belgium on York, is at li: pr and onNew cannot perft8t :
: dun I Russia Austriaandolhers been number who it appraised in 1834, at ten thousand dollars I actual surplus at that date
County, .1*the next LfgitUlive Council. ,and open new market Orleans, at 7 per ;nt premium.' Yet have of the thought wu'12i.fi'1M
r QjTWe are req netted to announce THOMAS for our cotton there. Those can all the baok Mobile one, are paying I would be well to increase the capital fromtime -his neighbour B. owns a plantation l upon' the capital.Various ..-
.t RUNNELS Est as a Candidate represent Leon b induced to encourage the otb cnrnment i.hment manufactories ;.;f IBl4 fSkd, xcept 15, exchange belweogmJ to time,-ntil the whole Territory wasaccommodated. ij just of the same value of that of B., but I plans have beea JURi.
; County in tho next Lc uUlive Council. ;, tbe in' 1838 is valued at thirty justice between the II it
which will render Ihnrn ua lea dependent -. !' '' ,\ 15 But I was aware that being appraised I old, BId
:fD"We:: are authoriced to announce DANIEL on the Manchester and Birmingham pee. cent a' ade1pbl&a It.is 1Jper general' good, must be obtained by a sacrifice thousand'dollars ; and he, asks that upon the I McKAENY, II a Candidate to represent Leon per ajatusf'TtTh'fatter. no\t of tbe he he allowed three I I proposed that the It.t
l Coar.tjr, in the next Legislative Couueil. pie. cent against Rfchmoqd. In '1837, exchange of the interest of the Stockholders ; and after security plantation new S Of r
denunciation and hundred shares of stock, or thrice a mar a.. ply into the Bank, a
OWe are authorised on LondoP was 22 per cent premium calumny ;' premi....
to Win. pol.
\. Tit A HE WELL, us a Candidate announce to rcprejcnl Dr. Leon COTTON. in New York. It is a lte discoveryin whichhas, been heaped upon them, and their were allowed his neighbour A. It be 'shares, equal to the rate of .

,II', County in the next Legislative CounciL I THE ENOUGH BIN. HER'* CIRCULAR.-Along C mmeroallw; I that a premium on ex I institution, the Stockholders must drink waste of time, to argue such a point. I made upon the old al of theB .P"oft

,. *C7vr are uliinrinod to announce NATHAN Circu'ar has been issued, July 12, by .change, beyond a smlt advance on the largely of the Lethean Stream, before they To your committee it appears indispu! a* to add to the SurplIt Fund;t, :_
IEL the English bankers, in which not only table proposition, that the new subscribers amount of the Surplus th
W. WALKED, EB-J. to rrproeent Leon Coun- the'S cost and expense transporting spett' can now be persuaded to consent to an 1.crase. profit "''
z tjr in the next Legislative Council. action of the Bank of England in : becomes vsvriovi." If, however, contrary to every probability must become ,stockholders under apprais-1 capital. .

,! !CJ We are authorised to announce Msj. JOHN to our Cotton market is severely cer.sftred, Exchange is as much an item of Commerce an increase shall hereafter be made, menls at the old standard of value ; or that a I has also been proposed that.,

TAYLOR, as a Candidate to represent Loon I I but nppehenrfions expressed of a retaliation 1 is Corn or Flour ; and its prico we will find Protestants, among the moat a new appraiment of the property of the old I Stockholders should pay upon nQ'-_

County in the next Legislative Council, on the part of the Banking Institutions oflhe is regulated by the same law of supply and urgent applicants. stockholder must be mad, and new shares I new stork, a premium equal to one filii

!rr:7"\\"e arc authorised 10 announce BANKS United States, so a* to control the operations demand ; and a planter who, corn becoming There ate three subject complaint, not : be Allowed thereon, so as lo place both upon the profit made upon the old ( t
MEA CU E\I. an a Candidate lo represent Gadsdon of the manufacturer:. of Great Brilai'i. The scarce in his neighbourhood upon would : mentioned in the proceedings adverted to, : an equllty. The application of the old 1 be paid 10 the old stockboldrj Stoci' "
Cuunty in the
next Legislative Council._ Circular say July be found to have been s cause dissatisfaction tothe hen the old. and J.
P! f- wi raise its price above what it would cost if which require notice.1st. i gieat 1 new Stockhol.ftllll"
Inconsequence of the month of prices. The Circular purchased in New Orleans, and broaght 1'bp appropriation by the old Stockholders new subscribers, which should bo avoided I equally interested in the Sarah,. P'o&Ithij

Walker, EMJ. is a subscriber a report that Nathaniel; IP. comparing the Cotton product for different here ; would be astonished to learn thut he of a considerable portion of the new if it can be done without injustice. The I have been made upon the old
to the stock of tho
Southern Lire and Trust years to the last, inclusive &ays : had been guilty of uiury. st ock. other branch of the proposition will therefore I To Viiher of the plans Ja.

requested by Ms friends to Company state the we have is been These figures show a falling ofTih the value Merchants, Brokers, and banks, have always Answer the 31st. Section of the Charter, be presented for consideration. I strongly oljeet-root on .accoaotofl!?'
icport erroneous of the product of industry in a single : the old a new oppraisment oflhe property justice to the new Stock( ,*"
this holders '
; and we have the authority of the agent of purchased exchange ns low, and sold it expressly gives privilege to I proposes ; fotfeJL
that company, to state that Mr. Walker has never commodity, exceeding four millions sterling a high, as they could, without dreaming that stockholders:; and to blame thorn for the already mortgaged and an allotment I the payment would be incoovenienu *

applied for stock or had any transaction with the the next largest product Ihe subject of exportviz they were obnoxious to the charge of usury. exercise oran undoubted right, would be as of new shares proportioned to the increased I II I Another pl-n runted is, tknfl
: tobacco, i is in a similar ulatc and this of value. Doulils have been suggested as to I Stockholders shouM be l
; condemn settler allowed
Bank directly or indirectly within hi a knowledge. : The laws and usuges of commerce, how. just as to n hardy fut stock, a5t
-4 happens to a people struggling to pay their ever, are better understood in fur country, for daring to : right of t the legality of (his course. Such doubts are I new subscription to the mount of the Sur-

Col. Gamble', comntJiiicalion this week, will debt to England, and as far at least as we than in New York. It i is Tatahset., preemption.2nd. I not entertained by your committee.The 1plttswhicb. will. have accumulated berOl'llb

furnish mailer for Loco foco comment for some are concerned, acting honourably up to their while folly, at various tunes, has ntlemplcu The raising the value of the property intention of the Legislature in requiring illusion 1' 01" the new capital. And ikttW

time. Wo will insert.respectful lint well written engagements to the utmost of their power.Is .- by legislative enactment, to regulate the first mortgaged and allotting new shares I i moitgages lo secure subscriptions tA n3w shares, should bo secured kj tAfantf

articles on the other fide,if handed us in season. i fit and becoming in us, especially in anyone price of other things ; the attempt thus to thereon. stock was to ensure payment oflhe Territorial mortgage, upon il,o property| ahead; _\

placed in high authority among us, >o regulate the price of exchange had not been For a full, and satisftctory vindication of Bonds issued for the purpose of racing gaged to the Bank. The exttuji; jjnA

Wo hare received the resolutions of the Bar of meet the exertions ofthiM people belTed an made. what was done in this milter. I refer the the bank capital. That object will be obtained will be an additional. and, of ,itself ni

Jackson County, adopted in respect to the memory extrication from their difficulty and distress, On the subject of exchange, some folks reader to the annexed document marked A. whether the mortgage is taken under pie security for the new toWs. Tfceo"

of Col. A. Bellamy deceased. We have received by taunts and menaces t If they have made h have curious notions. A member of the which is a report of a Committee appointed he old standard of value 01 under the new object in inking additional mortja'tjfco.

the proceedings and resolutions of j public meeting ef fort!to protect themselves! from ruin, even last l LegisUti\-e Council ".1 bitterly denouncing upon thw subject. The reasoning of the ro appraisment. The question, therefore, is the property already mortgaged tete&k

of the citizens of the same county respecting the by unsancii med m ans, ought we not to the Union B;nk. b cause it did not port is HO conclusive, that it is unnecessary one exclusively affecting the relative inter 'will be a compliance with) wbat may be .

Bank, 8fe. They were unavoidably crowded out regard their proceedings with moderation, supply the country with all the Northern for mo to add to it. ests of the old, and the new subscribers. If sidered the letter of the charter. Tbee&tt

this week, but will appear in our next. Our files are forbearance nnd sympathy exchange which was wanted. When asked 3rd. The appropriation of the surplus there t had been no previous subscription of'of the plan will be that upon afortdmj

crowded with original communications but wo beg We speak advisedly, when we say, that a how the bank could do it? The prompt reply profits of the bank up to a certain date, to stock ; and the whole capital of three millions of the profits of the Bank the old 8i.: o

our correspondent to exercise a little patience this better spirit ofr.incour anti hostility towards was, "let the bank send a large amount the old Stockholders, by the allotment of new l of dollars., was now to be subscribed holders will receive the amount of profo

hot weather. us in generating through out the Southern I of its notes to New Yoik-deposite them hares. I the present standard of value would govern which had been made before the iafawu rfnew

We have received Western, and Eastern Slates because the inhabitants "' in a bank, and diaw upon tlvrn." This In explanation and vindication of what the whole subscription. There would be nu ; capital.
a communication
"Dempsey Strickland,'* about thu Union signed Blink attribute their distress and suffering man's notion of the ability of the bunk to was done, I refer. tl) document marked B. doubt of their being sufficienl security, for i As the surplus, injustice, belos** t totti

Diallers and things in general and to the measures of the Ihnk of England the supply exchange are not more absurd than which i i' a report another Committee appointed the payment of the Territorial Bonds. old Stockholders at this time,it will oal.

Taylor1 election. We shall not insert opposing it. There Major is necessity( for which they cannot apprehend.CoO'enlicns t those entertained by others. They seem I I for Ihe purpose of considering (heSHhject. Th. mortgage given to the bank, to secure i reasonable that .they should hare tie wtrf

no disputing about taste, but the style of the article .I of the people for the purpose of. i ignorant that exchanges are based upon (he I After reading the report, 1 am old stock, deducts: nothing from the val I it, until tho time for a future diffcioocftk

dues not strike our (allcy. It is neither instructive counteracting those measures, and of placing -. exports of a country compared with its imports confident that the justice oflhe measure: will ue of the property mortgaged!, nor makes i I profits of (he Bank.
tin? industry of the United States more be admitted. Il bus been said of less va'ue' than similar not mort Your Committee
or amusing. The gentleman who handed it tous ; and that when the proceeds! of our that the ziurl properly therefore re.peetfclj--
can have it again by calling for it. out o the power of England are now proposed exported crop, shall have been drawn for ;: plus l was distributed among the old StockhoUders. gaged. Nor is their any obstacle opposed i recommend, that as the profits of the Bark

"Specie payment will be returned to its author lional un vigorously canvassed, and a fierce na the Merchant must wait the export of another This;: is not so. It wait allotted to by law, or reason, why new stock may nol I are already! known be 12 1.2 prr ffilljlU

by mail. We will thank him nut time to pay his ful is beginning to disseminateitsbanc I crop, before he can obtain Northern thf'l ; but they are not lo receive it, until be secured by additional mortgage upon pro- nut exceed 16 per cent, before the new"

postage. lila back must have itched for a threshing I influence among our best customers. Instead I ii n'is. ;i lie expiration! of ihe Charier, in ihe year petty, before mortgaged for less than its val! ; ital can he available ; the old stockfoldm

when he was writing his article. Wo had a great i of being a light matterupon which lenin In consequence of the mnnner of raisin I 1674.. Until I then, the surplus rmlins in, ue. he permitted to subscribe one share of see

Wind to publikh it and let him receive the punishment powi-r may s'lfrly venture insulting prlvoc.I i j its t capital, the Union ]{.int! fince January and form- part of the capital of tho bunk. If I The chatter recognizes the right of thp stock, for every eight shares they majtripectively -

due him for ea Idling us with 75 cents po.st- lionit) is one of the gravest impmt, for the I i 1 1835, has 8upplyel of Nnrlh"fr exchange I I any portion of the surplus i is lent to tho stock hank to lend money upon security of mon own of old stork. And that API

ago on his libel. I political (considerations involved in 1 the iisue. three miionl dollars over, and above i i h holder' h. will pay for its use, (tho same in- ggp. (Sec. 26)) Suppose property confessedly new shares be secured by mbrtgi g aCute

The, poetry headed 'The Ducking,*is too muddy. The Again: the vlue crops ol the Territory, for lerest paid by ot en. worth five thousand d..llarsto have same property already mrrtgaged fonemi.:.
We will with pornmeion of the author hand it to I fall of price instead of2J. per lb., i ii: t the lat five yr M. Jn addition to this, theScminolexvnr I believe 1 have now not'ced; every objrcOfl l liflen mortgaged to s':rure a loan of one iy of the old! shares. That a srptnfe account

our neighbor of tho Slur. We dont want: to encroach be\irtually 3d.; for although nominally it may has supplied Northern fund t of any consequence, adduced against thousand do'l ir ; would the circumstanceofan : be kept of said shares; and iballWu'.vners

on his pee.hum, only! 2d., yet a man would have brought not I less in amount, than two millions of dollar the bank. .And if in replying to denunciations existing mortga' .fJrbit a further loan be entitled to loans upon them,|..
We again remind correspondents that our docts. cageinpss in March that thing at 0d.wliirh f *. Hut notwithstanding this addition of t and reproaches, I have refrained from secured by an addi i iOII.1 mortgage of samrproperty full amoui t Ihereof.t
ion as to the inserting of communications will we not now sdl without five millions, lo the crops of five years, turning 'blow, fur blow ; it i is not because ?
not at 7 J. lb. We thI : .
be given till our paper is published, and will be per thereforecoiicludethatlie, grent complaint is the dearth of .xchan cannot hit, as hard, as others. is obvious Suppose property once mortgaged to secure Br-fore the end f.ix month, the s'rpti.ptiliii
of wool will I ; amounted In $2.7.O4 0, inxtcaH of$169,001.
prices cOlon never be in any succeeding With the shares of old stock have been reles
found in our columns. completion of it* capital the ability that panicsmost( prominent in ula.ksup to 1 Tk'u.htl? recommendation,although saspt4
month of year, so low hs in the : of the Union Bank to Mipplyexchinge, on the bank arc themselves open to soveriletaliation. ed by substitution of other property, o b) lias never Lr,n acted on.ESCAPEOF .
Onr neighbor of the Star when tho Cotton Circular month of July. Some of the best informed I beyond the value oflhe exports of the country I have refrained, b "alsp1 ftp1 payment of th ; Mock in ca-h : and,that ih.

first made its appearance, armed himeelf! capa Liverpool merchants: and bankers e>pect the t has ceased ; and the counuy must I th:1: the subject is one of deep interest to the same property should! be offered under a new COL. IIARKEI.

: jiic mounted his war horse) couched his lance, price will fall until after Ihe heavy engagements l limit its imports, by its exports. I thi i Snot country--much more so, than to the bank, appraisment, to secure new stock ; would irs The following {Iran"ying infeltgence.
r and with! the spirit of the due in July and August have been be decided the ounces .the sifeiy nflliM( gallant rrr.e .-
Lion hearted Richard I done it needs no gift of prophecy lo and its officers ; and my single mutive for v.lut by cancelled mortgage .
which gallant Knight him of the St. Joseph Times: j' provided for. forotel a monied piesure, and disircs-i, much penning the.-e letters, i in to invite my fellow- or by the new standard \\ tike it from the St. Augustine- JIu-V

compared him, (Heaven save the comparison!) hurl. 'I For Die Floridian. exceeding any before r'l in Florida. Up citizens to thai dispassionate i and commonsense The Sections oflhe charter which bear 15th inst :

ed his mortal defiance at its advocate.. Ho woru THE I to this lime our import, (chi.ty in slave) consideration out, which will Ityid upon the question, arc the 6th 7i:| & 8'h. FROM THE SOUTH. ,
lustily lie was no loco foco, but ho avowed rat-elf: I; UNION HANK. have pressed inconveniently upon ihe banks: t them lojosl conclusions. The 6th -Section directs the appraismenl Major Richanl Bennett, Paymasfl'f 11.1

"- the champion of the People DglI.inotthe Banks and { MR. EDITORIn your paper of the 24lh whilst they have preaily added lo the wealth, I have Iskcc no favors oflhe' pno[>Ie-I am of properly intended to be offered ns seru- Army arrived here on Wednrsdayfr'

; shin platters in this scheme. (Heaven save the I ins?. 1 explained the reasons why. the Union and resources of the (country. For it is demonstrable not flere nor am I n believer in rily for subscriptions to stock. The objeet Key Biscay in the s'eam boat Cl c aui

II* mark again!) IIi challenge w.i aiiKwcrcd. "A Hank, had not resumed specie payments,; tint thrt establishment, and action their infllihility upon nny subject! : much of the apfraisment. ;-eerng merely to hav; who informs us that Lieutenant' Col. UIIIJ

Cotton Pantcr'eaid: to be the President of a B ma and why the ,xuspenxion ought to be continued ( of (ho Union Bank, have pi iced the less subjects as banking and the cur been the daM, to assist the boardof had reached that place after mating l bill tsni'

in disguise, boMly entered the lists against liir I. a few months longer. 1 think the explanation country at I least fifteen years in advance of rency. But 1 am a believer in lueir honesty Directors to form an opinion of llie'value rrom being massacred! by the Indians at r.

: Their first cncountre was a gallant one ; but the ought to satisfy every reasonable what it wfull otherwise have been. But a. of in lent ion. They have no interest in doing oflhe properly. The appraisment does not Ions i hatchie with the soldiery,and Sir.W-
:: Knight of the Star accused his adversary man. And I am convinced that every intelligent of the of the hoard lam and citizens under hw employ,amnhlt .
- of not will ny excess imports. will press ruin wiong ; and although they do often adopt determine judgment ; fin .
'., fighting fair. Thetook nnothor bout. We ilo nol tion has man been ngree that the non resump onsly upon the country while the bank will 1 wrong opinions they intend to net right. (the 7ih Section makes the board of Directorsthe ing to 17 or IS in all. Colonel Ilarnl"

, agr.e with tho sagaciouH tub of ihe Times, (not required by the best interests be unable to relieve. I il.iim to be one of the people. My in. judges of the HIOcil.nr'y of the mortgages l.uidedat that place on his return fromTI

Sir Peter, Lot Sir mom) that the Star WA eon I.it of every clans of our feIlow.ci'izris.!/ I I have dwelt the long-r upon the iofexcitangot tere&ts urn identical with 'theirs ; and what offered for ; gives them powerlo pa Bay but n few days pr'l tlleallaf'k.

plefcly utd up," for wo see him daily, and he i is ,I I will proceed to speak 'to other chargps.I IIphfrrred I because it formed) the theme of wi injure th'.r, wil injure me. If the country rrfose, or reject the ant same, ifnot sufficient'; He bad been hunting wild hoi k.,
I the
i as fat and funny as evor; but we must far that the j 1 I against administration of the I much complaint in the I Preamble ; b"cnuse i is! prosperous, will be ; and and the 8th Section' says the subscribers provisions. and returned late at J' !
.::. manner of hi. quitting the field is by no r.icnns j!,i ; and as these chargo hive received amore a ihe want exchange H one of the great inconveniences if il suffers I bo LlO.fupd. the :haI be bound to give bond and mortgage to much fitigued, and immediately 'rftiTM H
; definite \i 1 ,
; and form
uUfaclory to the clltorl. When palpable in the rest, nnd helit the Indiaiu sot 'r
'. 'p we thought | pre under which the country i is I people then lay aside piejudice. Sf11 -atisf.iction of the board of Directors!, or \es vert
he was prep-ir'd fur a thlid charge, lo and behold amble adopted by the Tallahassee Mer- suflcrin*; ; and because, as regards the future I ; and let us commune with one another passion I properly 'lo be in all cases at least equal to prized of his return.
," both Knights leave the arena. Whether' Richard'schivaJry thants, I will select that paper. for discus it is ihe About the break of day he wisirottsdty
: necessary that tbe ;people! should upon a subject ol common conci-rn.which amount oflheir respective stock, &c.
"r has all oozed out, like Bob Acres' at his sion. ponder well the subject. requires great caution, and dlscr tion. The 11 t is clear from .these. Sections that tlu> the firing of the guns and on poinf eat ":I

I finger ends, or whether he dofTd his plume and I am aware that a large majority of the The next grievance complained of is, that country has a fearful time in prospect llarj board of Directors are the judges of thp sufficieucy i his lent found that the Indians bad JI1

lowered his lance as a matter of fsney, we do not Merchants now repudiate and regret tin adoption I in the discounts of the bank, "Ihp properly. j I mony and good between the of the security which is offered. number of mf'n. and were puwulrj

pretend even logucs We vine him nol lo com of that preamble. Ar.d being 0-1 a .and ability of the borrower and'Vis endorser people, and the blnk understanding, will mitigate if they The object of ihe moilgnges is security for who had fled to the water, firing atlhdlk 1

jnenc.the combat .anew. His adveraary is an experienced ware of tho manner in which it wan prepared. I ; and the ultimate safety of the loan, I cannot avert the evil. Hostility will only the payment of the Bonds to be issued-and soon discovered any attempt on !Ilia. put I
and abltt warrior. and submitted, to the meeting: I am dis .' would be fruitless effctcd his *"?*,1
mako have, 'too often been alone looked to." I aggravate it, and increase the distress of the all that the charter requires is thai the sccu and
p'iscd to every allowancenod wi I doubt if a compliment I' He is i rily be sufficient. I with one man by the means of a cano81 :
The Loco focos,cas: exclusive Democrats have examine it without greater was ever, .. coontry. no friend of that country,
a particle unkind f.
I j
,ecclrd! their ticket. Some of the in f1 before,|paid, 80 uninlentionaly, to a board who fins the flame of discord. Your committee aie, therefore, of opinion distance from iho camp. The soldiers!
party say it ? Director ; and or In which that H Mainland -of value somewhat took to thc water made Iheir escape by?.1
pretty good considering, and other it is Tim first by attempting any war may be waged against higher
sny not complaint and that ttt
. most dwelt insult the the bank .than that which' tho old ming io a small! boat some distance fn>B !
quite so goC\ tonti'ering, &c. We will open our uponid, that have justifcation. public understanding. ,it will act only on the defensive. I governed subscip *
they not reecived their andref1
shore Col.
minds the that and lions to be in : met with them ;
upon subject next week. Wa complained -there has can, defend itself. But ne ought applied
want la see full share of bank favor This wi every soP
the forth coming A !drClI. Wo want to hear them"upound" been complainthas I been a want of circumspection, with respect ci'sary measure of operate value of property offered as security for new .I ed lo the coast (bat night, and procured I
,: already refuted other, to the to the to wbich in deftncevi sto k. And recommend stand bread left by the Indians, wnieb eD1
their ( new
principles. We will not regard the. satisfaction of even the Merchants objects money lout great convenience, injury tbe IJ'I they a j
dispules about the Union Bank as the test in tJis.I. selves. In reference it I them Wli |10 be applied. I lic.I i Hrd "for lands one third higher than the ol them to subsist. Having met with a tlrj I j
to will
election. tbl'rclorp The answer i is that I standard. think that value of conveyed him to Key Biciyne, he.It I
We be tli
f may vote for part of the lickel nominated add, that with cases may supposed, JOHN G. GAMBLE. They ,
only thrt
although: we deprecate and disapprove of lion" who have some o or four excep in which the object of the loan, would influence August 27tb 1839. being more fluctuating, and that kind of properly pint of his men to Tampa Bay to report.1
( received all .
they asked I) : I Gen. Tax, lor.
L the views decision of the Dourd. liable to be removed from the
of those wh are said to be the But generally more
the Merchants !
-1 the principles of this parly. We thank exponentsof Heaven 'to their known ufTalahallee. in proportion'' ihe enquiry should be confined to the A I control of the bank, requires an adherence Major; Bennett also infoims. us that CW iff.
or !
- they can do no barm. If they succeed in getting a have received larger share of I goodness of tho paper offered for discount j ( The commitltee to whom was referred the : to the old standard. in estimating; their value. Tustennuggt-e with his family were atBiscaync I l '
-1 majority in the Legislature they'nil! be powerless, thn any other clas of citizens and the ability of the bank to lend. If the subject of a standard of value, to bu appliedto I Your committee are also of opinion tint; together. with. a number of j

i totally powerless. They cannot abrogate charters, stockholders or not- twice ; whether board should set itself up, ns an inquisitor the nppraisment of pioperty under the new |: with perfect safely to all concerned, the new who were detained by Col. lIam"1 ooet!',
i violate vesleJ uye a much. into the objects, and of borrowers standard of value end in justice should sent Chitto Tustenuggee for Sam .
rights or impair the obligation of The next and purposes ; subscription to the capital stock of the Union may f-
contract They can investigate, find fiUt and relate to complaint Eichangti. much dwelt upon the country' would ring with denunciation of Bank of Florida, Report : be applied to lands already mortgaged to secure meet '.im-tbat( Sam Jones came tll [
make a noire, but it 'B nk That old stock. And that additional'shares Lauderdale, and that both Chitto
great will end in smoke. We D.spolisa. in 1834, when were "
is "
look to State government and anti disunion a* the bank It ,Hedged allowed as a grievance thnt I Ibr It J is presumed that the complaint refers to made of property to be mortgaged to secure of new stock should be allotted, upon addi gee send Sam Jones. :denied having: p* .

4 importahtlioeationl, and we hold that the carrying I never a premium it on Bis of loans in aid objPct partaking of a public subscriptions to the capital stock of the Un. tioa mortgage of said property. I cipalion in ibe.afftir.or even know111J.;1.
.Exchange pagik
b put the wishes of the people, as expressed by ibe "' other purchased than by -and a le character. I so, the answer is, that there Florida the value of land was I must be obvious: that the new standard the intention to make nt attack, (
the hank
':' adoption .f the constitution, as the first matter of .certain to a parry, of its di ", was at the seems a propriety in such loan!, by. a bankorganized greatly depressed- by" the scarcity of money ; for valuing lands, is still greatly below the were the Spanish Indians,) and ot esP"!
risk :
poofideration, We want to know tho senliments displeasure. like the Union Bank. Accord and the general indebtedness of the people. actual \alue of lands. their willingness, in the presence
; pfthe different candidate on this poiat. Denying that the refusal of the bank to ingly, upon undoubted security individu The Bank capital of Middle Florida did not 0 'August t 5th. 1838. manding officer at Fort l auderdate! ,st "..

give a premium (or Bills of Exchange, i U any ah, the bank has lent money to aid in tho then exceed one hundred thousand dollars Bennett, to go'and fight them._ B J

14 The extract we ,i,. to oar readers j in ibis paper just cause complaint ; I guy (hat both al- erection of buildings oppropria to the pub of which: a large portion was re-loaned to, B. Jones and Cbttlo Tustenu;gee deda* 1ii
I fioDl tb. circular of lb. English Bankers in the complaint, are unfounded. lie is their wish'to comply with the trcatl
rep'oba l.gtion. worship of God-Academics, for thned stockholders, upon a pledge of their Stock ; The committee appointed to con.!iderand .
ting the eoUrM of the Bank England, and chow.t frequently gen' a premium ucation of the young-Court Houses, for the and all of it had been abstracted. from oilier report on the proper measures to be adopted Sam offers to give up his son ss 'D e II

--t log that they correctly appreciate; Ibo spirit and intelligence fr exchange and all the I accommodation Counties, iilrond Corn employments, so that this small bank cffpital in relation t the surplus profits of the of his sincerity. Col. "Haroey ,V!' :

of of the American Cotton Grower',and excbange.growing out of the shipment of ponies and large sum of money for tho de had added nothing to:the wealth, or re. batik, in reference( the new subscription Fort Lauderdale! just a*,Bhjqr' Bennett. rrifl.

I .EBticipated the measure which w.qld be pursued than crop. was sold to parties other fence and'protection of the country. l urcel of the country. of stock, have had the subject under consid whose intension was to make some *dst :,L
to counteract the oflhe and the Man the bank ; not an instance can be Id Such meats with these chiefs.to gugai
course Bank loans commend themselves to favor; The successful organization of the Union erulion ; and prRY leave to Report:
I cheater Spinner, is a convincing evidence of the duced, of the seller having incurred its dis because tb aid is given to whole communities Bank, introduced into the country, a new That,on the 1st January 183 the stir diana who. .made the attack; oo.i#M,. .r.'
wisdom of(he scheme of. Prottclift Union propped pleasure. of fellow-citizens and plus of the bank however, was mde previous to !
ft i is that not to one, capital of one million of dollar) : besides profit as staled I c
in the Cotton Circular. We say u we have be, complained 'the Pint notes of or two.'pdi jduals.I half much which tbo bank al statement furnished'far the Legislative departure from Fort Lauderdsle
mote was enabled -
fore said that the dtla 1 of thin the bank of ihe United States, were old a directly' on" in the Cincinnati. tbb9'
$ scheme bnve
a* prppoid 11 thus noticed, and frankly answered to lend, iU own credit. Tbe con. Council,"mounted to tho sum of$100,524,90 t1
_ _ or rather a* hinted at are in come respects obrjectionaLIe. oto premium of two per cent, whereas every grievance enumerated in the Preamble veision of this upon new into productive Exclusive of f a sum exceeding 25.000 brought Col. Harney lo thllt place;'
But of the propriety and indeed neccttfitr they ought to have been sold at par ; or at of tbo Meichants Tallahassee and I labour enabled capital citizens. Due the Bankforioteiesion. detained the Steamboat S nteet "
; enterprising to
oran union of tbo Planting and a discount of tw per cent. feel that the should noted derclale to aid! I him in his operstinof* ,.- .
Comme.. answers satisfy every intelligent change unproductive forests, into lying over '
I cial intret and that the Banks who wield tho II I 1 answer that the notes ouijit to have been ,'nnd unprejudiced producfveplanhttionl Making Major Childsdekt d at Fort, P
which created surplus
man. thus
I ; new capital, I profit
capital country should also join in adopting Hold for a premium of nix per cent, insteadof Besides 'the Merchants meeting there to be employed in The consequence together of $125 524,00 Indians, onemalo, anil iwalVmtte1*jMt
coalition of our two. And gladly would the Mobile Merchants I have been'two reprouction. The Bank for llb.m to St. Angustin*, in ibeCmc$'
peur.ouo1rnit. uppo othermeelfng* of t lK people has been an o change in the statement .
peDlp vestigsles the'object tArn and now, have given that pro in Florida ; and on#;'i 'eorgia r For the circumstances in the country.ct and a prodigious W dnt.day. :Slat Jany. init., ,I Capt. Mayo,' K tL, ''

calmly, will)bare a doubt We have alluded to theestablishment mium for thim._ I. answer further, that the laudable objec of denouncing the Union enhancement in the value of land, .hewi a her profit since lt i wa at Key, ;''! r. .'111
of a between the bank purchased tho.f post notes'at a Bank. I supply.of Bisc.etfl! ,'' !
__I frade South premium
of 15,860,24
dire Ihoprocedi.I:1 those meetings which now sell for $twice, and thrice tbeir former January 12'&
sptf Etropt I* primary object,-the encourigo of one and a half per cent ;' and only a lutc answer wJI be found) my prices. Nevertheless lands, in ._ And before any aid can' be de. left that*place 'r "
i foent dpmtic manufacture here in'thSouth- made a profit of a half per cent. hut ; and in my remarks ,upon the Territory are intrinsieully.cheaprr, thi rived from tho new'subscription C.froo :.' iDieridi ; ;. .

at bome-it another:- the application of a greater It is complained that the rate Exchange Preamble just discussed. oflhe new cotton States.It .. I of stock,(probably 6 montbsjthe' sa.h&tcie: i fJfPP. .'
-- proportion oaf labor railing; tffUff .fluctuated; 'whereas it 'should have From tow! however be any producing interest polf-he'' debt due tbe taken. t mutt
- t 0 grain excepted (he U after his happy change in tbe.circumstances ,.' -
roQtkJa4.,* dad w, may bare )Ju.jtecenit/ 'I tacit stationary-that i baa varied from econd Raludol of our. Centreville blt of the couhtrjv.caused :by" }their. en- bankwilexeeed$66O00.! and, round ..pair sc'a.j.

|o'tfnd iMtrbcrt fur bread tuff.jand U|," a"r **..hro, to len per cen.. rh : mast aolemn.yaod specialmsnnerpPoteitagiinit t tcrp/ite, and the MSB their capital, ,that afier-;paying; the erztupottbeCiipIlaIifld I Tbderive.rf roU 'ft"ip '

- _L; pf stock, hopes;: foale l tpo, abop hofff, more 1'4lt.wertbat exchange will fluctuate. It the further jcteq. )Jbe od| lokbolder .of to open expenses of.vthe In- r1 =

- ") at preterit; ac even the culture of other irE will b, sometime above-sometime, below of" ll epit18toc, of the said bank. a new subscription. hB.'coare, :.admit: atitution.q. will' "leave"a profit ort: c kha',3dI.rd1e i lbs 1t motlt e '.if,.. .

-. fef.-!" &!:bftjdo* pot!too thoold' be i, par.:. FJaehiaitonf! are.gaottrtJly. greater dor !' to qoltl! dit rears of' ""riocds; and new.flrD t into the concern ; ncJo e que. \\e.!: 18t6i4',1'I; m. -.'b\ rotuvr. ,.. '.-_0.-- .' cr.f1..y:3!

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Lieul; t T. from the commencement t of the iinpusly, that it : .. : ....- .-..' --.-. ..._ -, .-. ,-. -- .. -' '--' ,. '. r. --5. .

trace bas been "wide awake" to any.attempt citizens of the .,--"MARRWED:-_. ------r.- -.M-& itta. :J i9it.
; Fresh Povhts&Gr Ta_e' wA4I1t
the party about him might make eeainsl his in this county to *, ntn'mg On-rt\k inst., 8 S. ,l HE ondersifoed are .reesivia*,*per f Brif CiA ,E.taWidIltt1It now6u.&ULt colt, ...m ,

email force. Chitlo was apparently much I zens to prevent ..John A, Salon' 'to Miss Mina. S' ,.- eCru direct from Baltimore,*general assortnr.tnt THIS .upe.-Cor the bodaea .r. of this
I citr.
afflicted nu hearing of the attack on Col. tion laws on the o/hush Provisions ti Gfocenrs-.>their\pre- coming 3eaoobyMeit rsrWiai ..L&qdbO
Harney-be intends to show himself a man election.On DIED.- -" -. --, J ?*nt *ir ck consist in pan of lbs following article, are now prepared to aceoraroodatffTwenty *Utootjrfive :

chief the 2d be left look for : n&.: Geatlenwn with Day board BrealCtestf k '-i. 1iI
and a to Conjesllte; fever r .r
motion at the l"Midr:1c '
:;, hb1a fresh Bi'tifnora Floor Snacks Soaps. 1flneI$, 8vMPem .k '
Sam Jones, but being lame, could not find : S. Sibley TallahaMto Florida .t'.'.f fcc si v.- .
thanks of this (I1-tj U.nldoSid", at the-Skcrteat Notice ontil 12 o'clock every I. .. :
him-on the 3d, two runners came in, saying President and Daughter New of John Cleaver ef.(. "i1.21.l..J..$ jO boll Irish* Shad l lUOJCPS night. The Rcstaarat attached i*neatly filledt p : rH mmUU.nG.. ...- ';:

Sam was very sick-that Sa-n hoped the County York- 4 5 Loaf&lJglf, & do double refined do with print. boxes-' where DM lover* 'of good e U- -"
discharge of I of N.York pi pen will coT !f.< ''rn' bles I. --AJ1" _., : ..
10 Lg i Lagqsyra Coffee, 5 do Java !.- and drinkable- can enjoy Uiemselve. We ,
whites would not believe his people had any of the Deceased \ ,1' )
in crUn .dJr.J'.Jit.. -l
On motion by ". ; the 'Jt Tea nf*up ri or qealitl,25 boxes Cheese hall l commence next Wednesday .eveniajwT.introducing i '
band in the ml\'sacre-th"t the leaders' in the was resolved -_..-- Turp..i line Sop, Sperm Candles god Sail Water ,.teii* eve y style, 'Commf .*lo*."M rela-st _

attack were Micanopy's half brother, Kou-! !i OBITUA.R.1 Table 2>att! West India Sweetmeats with every other d.licac1tbo. season affbdi. ., I S A LE *""**-f-or ttf_L.J "'iiu i TT.V.i.y .* '<**; '..

tOlilie, and Ko-rn-ta, who led the Spanish Convention COMMUMCATJ Ci 1I1' !' Ginger, Pepper Sauce,Lem n Syrup 1. G. WILLIAMS.ac .. I "ifor Sale. ., .tie:'

Indians-were opposed to the treaty, and j countersigned County, Ga- Ali's arah Hamner, Tamarinds, Bran y FruIts, Almond.Prune ;_ ? 30 tf ,. R. LLOYD. !I..A QUARTEft8ECTOCrdLsa. .. ,

and ,ore to take the lives of Col. Harney, 'i! ded to the Edit *, only Daughter of Wm. and Eliza PickeU, assorted, Catsups, Mustard. Oils S IX months after dale,application will be made 1 aiUiated..'. Orth.t: .

Chiito. ridian," with late of Columbia, S. C. Who that Cordials, Capers, Pepper, ground do to the Honorable, the Judgo of tie County :Affly .'
Sam, and a this Ginger.Starch. Court of Gadsden for final settlement atJ .
: lovey| Flower I few short week.since County, a Lzll.&cKLE5 ,
Sam says be has known Sandy Ferryman lished in said as, and witnessed ler youth, beauty and Otard Dupy' & Co Brandy ) old Jischa.-ge from the administratorship of Francis A- .ItiIy2o,183g.. ..,. '

, (I the interpreter) since be was a child, and On motion with a mind of no ordintry stamp giv Cognac do Peach do Hold. Gm > & Cash,dec.. late of said county. -3TanbaT- Sale .1":

i that he was always a rascal-that IIP will revenge adjourned sin to her Parent. to cheer and a-istain Port Wine, Madeira do j pure.Moccat ISAAC fRRATT.. administrator.IURRICT -ipY ,virtue offoor writs f Fieri Faettottf lss4"1L3 '
. downward way of Life, but mutt deep- do Champaign do Sweet Malaga do A. JRUATT artrain: :r4triit of 1It the MiddJ i
she the SoperioKfcwrt ..
massacre, by going ngninft (Signed.) r'or old
1 with the Parent and Relations in SUP' MonoDgh Whiskey Qoicc1JoII1O-tf ,
trict of Florida for Leon Coobl/, J. which the}
parties concerned-he says they were instigated sore bereavement We Old Rye Whiskey, Rectified do N. E. Rum NOTICE.IX
again "
ponder Union Bank of Florida Win.Jloaro* for Ibe 8Mc. /,'
by white men. He wishes (3en. Taylor AMOS M. and uk ourselves can this be poti>ibe! ? Country Gin, American Brandy S verelr. after teI hall apply! to the judge anJ .M. J.. Allen and \Vta.'G Pbirter,'*'r -'
the and leave the i really gone, taken torn by the relent- Cherry Bounce, Brown Stout of.the Court of Jefferson for
to keep troop quirt DAN L. T. L us County county PI inti3"s, and, James l5t" ;art i.Dofcadaut5J. i
business to him. The murders about Tallahassee of Death We revert to the few wei-k Edinburgh Rest Cavendish Ale. Vinegar letters administration on the estate of Edmund I have levied upej and shall enoWror td sell '-it -.
we beheld that Lovely face with s chewing Tobacco deceased, late of said Public of uex4t'
all dune Sam's cy Gray, county. action Monday the:5Ui July .
were by own Dew do Lumo do
men Honey do Common
uith Intelligence and Life, now cold and aug.1839.GEORGE W. STAND LEY. at the late residence James .Steward 'dceJe*ted. _
and he has en1 runners to call them back. Death, but ue tulmit to the Divine dttru. Scotch Havanna Uappce & Macaubjw Snuff Administrators Sale. in Leon. County, HouWhbld. and Kitchen' (:irirlure :

Sam says tint according to the treaty, all \ moves in a myotcrions! way, All of which Scfrars, good quality. N the second Saturday in September next Plantation tjols JIanes, Cattle, Goat, tc*. '
will be .dd low for cash
or O -
disorders and murders are to be punished by Our last wonders perfect" L. I pspcr.aiig approved bring Ih; 14>h day ot said month, I shall offer AlMa a NegTy woman sgeJ about!'.. t. ;1" 1;

the chi,-ft-h mtansthe treaty shall stand, Cotton market -_---_ .- w I 13 tf I). C. WILSON( & Co. at public sale before the Court House door in Levied upon as U B property' ,0 laid .JamK.
inst. TO Mr. NOnODT' Monticello..between the hour of 10 and 2.a likely! Stewart, and to satisfy saif i writs according ta--- "
because it gives them all they want. IMood by the return the OFFICh FILE of the FLO- A i'iantalion&Land for Sale. family of negroes,consisting oft run,woman,.nd law. : ,C- _. -,-

for blood, is his law, nod it remain to be the close of for 1d33-34-which you borrowed or 8SO Acres ct" Land lying iu L*' n County, nine children, boys and girl, many of whom are S. IT. DUVAL MBv .hrr":

seen whether ho will curry out his ussuran- were accepted, vt borrlnl Jlg. Township one, Range two, north-east adjoiningthe capable! picking cotton. Also, several head of Minor Walker, Dept. Mar. -
below the lands of Capt. Lester and Major Lea, about Cattle and one Gold Watch and Chain belongingto June 13, 1839*. .
ces. rates GUARDS. 20 cleared and is I
under there
acres good repairs the estate of James L. Parish, deceased such The pale of the above property i is postpnaad till
llth inst., I Attend a 3I etIng of your Corps on on the premises a dwelling House, houses,
Democratic sale being necessary for the payment of debt*. 2d Moadal4tb October next.July .
Leon County Convention. Monday Evening next at L.Blcux's room Barnes, Stables Gin house, Screw aud all *
the nkcessa- *
pressure Terms, for the negroes, notes with approved securities 27, 1839. *j
half 7 o'clock _
at __
ry buildings. Any person wishing to purchase,
was, such as to By order,Hutchins C.ipt. examine the Lands and payable on the hat day January next at Administrator**NoUcv.ff .' '

In accordance with previous notice, the l-2d more and Keen, Sr_. Aug. 1833. can brother, J. L. Vickers, who, will by nhow ca'Ii.'g the line on*my of the Union Bjnti of Florida, for the property cash. |IX months after date I shall apply ta the Judge-j .

Delegates to the Leon County Democra-I On the the land and is authorised to contract for the same. CHAULO1TE A. PARIS adrn'x, 5 5 of the County Court..f Jeflron'e..i tI,. fof- .
; !Lcon Minute Men. MARTIN PALMER, adin'r.LOST a final settlement and discharge from the adminlstr.tion 'lAt.
tic Convention assembled at the Planters j Terms one aid twoyrar.
I II market assumed hereby notified to appear at your pa. JUlES. VICKERS. aCJ! 3. 18.39- of John George, deceased, late of said: t

Hotel, in the city of Tallahassee, on Saturday I', sumers grourd on Monday next, the 2d instant Thomasvillc Aug. 15. 1839. tf Oil MISLAID. caunty. *3DArtfUS <

the 24th August, at 12 o'clock, M. tinued to buy and equipped a cm din; to the rules of the iOO- NOTE for one hundred dollarr, payable in WILLIAMS

On motion of James A. Bert helot, Esq. I Ky Order of the Caflain. $ from KEWARD.Plantation in Thomas A January 1839, to Nancy Brnlley, or bearer, Adm'r. of John Oeovgedec'd.
some Export ;
) R. LLOYD O. my t
JOHN Serg't RANAWAY bearing interest of 10 per cmt. from date, givenby June 8. 1839. 4* St. .
Gen. LEIGH READ was unanimously the lath of February lait, my

elected President, who after taking the I I recovered.speculation and Copartnership.. in the Ta.'Iahasitc sxisiinj: : between Exchange Thursby, was1 Nrtrro tnnn Dick, about 34 years of aje, five ft-ct tioned Dan'l from T trading Lingo es-j.for said Persons note, us are pry hereby ment can.has WANTED to hire,Wanted.a negio girl from' tea.to twefva, ;
10 or 1 1 inches hi,>h, he j is an African and speaks .
Chair, delivered an eloquent address and the rates of on the 22d of this month. All dHitcrluel I broken he h*. a wil'rat Thomas More', three or been stopped, JOHN SAUNDERS, adm'r. years of age. ..
. i since the 8th rf Marcli! will be settled ;' TalUha-sce, July -3t. Apply at this office.
stated fully the object of the present con- counts for the four n.it"11CI't: flrTalIaha st'e. The above nam June 8 1839 _
vent ion. and Mr.J.G. Vilhiame,formerly of the ed lmy I expect i-i harbvurei! by so-r-c whit" person Book Kizadin?. ._ .e -
but the market Hotel, who have associated themselves subscriber will ronliuue the above busi NOTICE. ,,
I wi i1!| :ive a reward uf fifty dollars! for evidence to TIlE .
On motion of James A. Bcrthclot, Esq. was. The sales They request all thoi-c Indcbt d.tl come convict any person of harbouring I.im, and 1 will at the S. W. Corner or Washington TlIE Subscriber Ueire compelled by .eilrenMiil -

AMOS ALEXANDER, Esq. of St. Marks, and inst. amounted immediately and close their arcoiif>t< by : five fin v dcllarh for the delivery! of the boy at mjI'iuntation S}j'iare an'd Monroe Street and having a complete health, to leave Florida for'a short lime,. ;

DAMEL T. LINGO, Esq. Miccasookic, J. R. LLOYD j or te have him confined to that 1 get assortmnnt of the best of Linen Paper, he i iot now has appointed Minor Wa'ker'rEq 6eaerak.Dpuly
4,390 were Marshal!, and Col Aognsu JUst Rr- ia..
1839 tf J.O.WILLIAMS. I liiin. riMj.Vd jj manufacture BUnk Book of every des- .
were appointed Secretaries. leans at 5 3-4 a FOil SALT- I JAMES: J. viczis. ,riprion uiuMu! for Banks, Public OfficeMrr"lnnt AgnL :..H. DUVAL._ 1.II .

Joseph Branch, E q. then moved that Mobile at 5 3-4 t rate Seal, Press ami Fix-,: Th01.vi1t'! Ang. I 13. 1i39.tfDIizUTioc _ ", BL;d! u IJl'r", in jingb or complete! sells; June 10.-tf. #

the delegates from the several precincts, at 20 a 30 l-2d ; -- D'-cd Il-i-.jril: and Docket Rooks, and all other II WILLIAM R. HACKI. Y; *

represented in this Convention, be permitted were taken for HOLT & :MILLER i iNotice. 1. .nr Coparlr.t'I" benloforc ex*.>;5iii2 under ELnk D -oki n-pd by County Courts can be obtain. Attorney at J-aw, *\
ed lit short notice, ruIJ'dflld bound in '
to retire and select among themselves, lation. I JL the firm ot'WadJcl, lianrfo'c! L.wii, i i. required, and warranted equal to nolhern any style I TALLAHASSEE, Florida.
DailiclS will act a* my this Jay dis&ulved by mutual cutscit: any i Office ni>stair in tho Old Land Office,corner oT '-
suitable to be from each I oilier cnnofacture. Psrtisntar attention will be
a proposed
person was a large : agent, to transact uny businesit w. \. \VJDEI.: I Monroe street and Washington Square. .
precinct of the County, for nomination by of them ; me. J. H. !t.\: \;I:uLl'1t. ptid to rc-hindtnr old B ok.. Nevrspupcrs- Marazino -
many 'i, P.unphleK! Mns.c B->ok.. .c.ill pjain% orornamental Robert Y. chord > :
this Convention,-which was curi d. vanced .-5ts._ AEKfTAM! J DAMELS.The B. C. 50: ,\ ia. I AtUchmentforWilliamVcurrie. -20.ia .
prices natcii .
finding, or to
Ttlhla."ee. An 18. ). patterns. Paper (sued 4th June,1839.
-.Iuf" :iist 13
On motion, the Convention then took a did not exceed 0'I I .. ruled for iliils; F.ettrrs, 4c. j .,
T' bjtins. will: cr.ntlll"J" the
n tu
I Rj'i : suu
I recess of fifteen minutes. there is Towr"hlP" o1 hers >d..r the firm ff {: -,'. L... '.. I I Ho has for cain a good assortment of Blank I THE defendant and all others interested will l
'' ui 'a'lJoJp.'i -tic
ing a Tcwriship "1'001 1 Itanjceigl: } S-.u.J! \, Books, Letter Wriii.g Par..r,rnled or plain,of notico of the institution'of said i suit byZI
On re-assembling-James D. Westcott, mand. Tnwnliiji three of Rang" ht S and W will sclLle the affair of th) t t"'It'f !j-arfn-r hip_
I sod -
| the best q-.ality. i'ui! paper >f ev ry d! J rirtir.m.I 1 1 attachment, and 'requited to appear
Esq. chairman of the Tallahassee Delegation The duty on Townth'p Ihrecrf I Itange nine S anil W I J. II. UA.NIMJLI'-H. All orders thankfully received ann [irn-nptlv attended J' pit-ad: t s, the declaration filed in said cue accord- ,
17 If C. I
Township Four of Range nine S and W .II! B. LEWIS.
reported that the Tallahassee Dele to 10s brl. I to. P. A. HAYWAttD.Talah lug lo law. '
per Township sevc" of Range twelve S & W CIVIL, .
I had determined -.""er, July 13-tf R.
gation upon presenting 23-G a 3Gs, in :: Township one of Range eight N and W. VIE .u boO..ra"r 'having cI.a'd for the present: AU.1.fM pI'tf. .
. name of Hugh Archer, Esq. as a suitable and nearly ; Township two of Itarice cighitN ",.dV hill engagement as licsj.lfnl cnginctr of the .!\ 01 ICE.A June 8. 18-fl a 44 'e

candidate for the Legislative Council. of three of Range eight Aorlh aidS'est.. Brunswick end Honda !flaii: it .T?. n'w oJer his LL persons indebted to the:firm of Benjamin : II

1 John F. Kackler Esq. chairman of the grain ( one ,.f Range five North and Kast. icrict-b to !b. puMic in the fit''o.\:: .;.S branches of \juuh Byrd.%. Co., or to B'jarnhi BIrd.are rntbrni- :I indebted AOTICK.to the Estate of John W.
10s 1 Is eat that they have rrtnovcd froni to Pan person -
a per one of Uange fix North and Eat, and his prof -Will: :-Loc.ttins! and coiirtructinjr Rail .Magnolia ALL
j St Marks Delegation, reported the name hacco. two if Range six North and East, were Koadf, C'.:.":', Aqup I quested to make immediate and j
{ of Nathaniel. \ Esq. as a suitaj to the RegiK't-rs Office, Tal'.ahaaisec! survey and estimates: (,the! removal of and pay their flutes and accounts payment
having demands will preeentthensduy iitestedfor'
structious in rivers &e. and lb-I a-t they are irousuf settling? theirbusincuas '
j; Lie candidate for the Council. designing !
E D : settlement lo .\ MI.FRANCtY *
soon R:4 r.SJ.L\IIS BYRD Sf Co.
R I. HACKLEY Mill possible.
Rcgistrr. clams Mdiino "
Dry "
ing Bridges Railways,
Kenneth Bcmbn' chairman of the 12 June 15, 1839.-tf Administrator.
I Esq. Mica'uki,. Any. 10-3m
TIT "" ', Aur. 2C, 1t39.Notice. Docks, and other Hydraulic works. Having had "

* Ccnterville Delegation, reported tin: name a day after. on many yeirs experience as principal Aw':.taut to the ALJ1li'Ii1t.\ lOit'a '.OL1UE.S Cotton Gins.r7 .
I .
* of Gen. Leigh Read as a suitable candidate : young of both s-xes l1oridbD.:1.* Vail will act, find is my Agent late celebrated! L.aiiiini Baldwin. Erq. Civil Engi-ilIl'elle IX inontln after date. I shall present my accounts THE subscriber' has received a supply or

for thetegislative Council ; and also in French and : tiiy absence from the territory.Wm. with crcal confidence auks the patronAge and voac'ier.i and apply tu the Hon. Warranted Cast Steel*
Cotton Gins which be found tsy
H.FRANCIS. of the public. of Cc for final settlement will superior
recommended the Convention the usual branches of 1 Judge Ltoti Cocnty urt. a
to nomination In the maiiigcment ;""'., Aile. !4Ih. 1839-3m*. Orders for all kind of Surveying -vrllrgma-: and discharge, fro .) the Administration of the estates any other Gins in use. M-.MARTINA -4{
of Gco. E. Dennis of Micca-: June 29 4m -
I Esq. ; will be assisted by NOTICE. thcinatiral calculations, Archftectiira! drawings' of Miciiael Cummings and Wiley Scarborough -

sookic as a suitable candidate for the Lcg- >erienco in after Jate,8ppli a tion will bo made drawings of patent: Machines, Maps, Hans &c. deceased, hte of Leon County. Florida. .Administrator's.Notlce.. ->
iblative Council. agreeably to the age Judge, of the county court for Leon will be attended to, either by him..e'.f: personally or BENJAMIN BYRD, & LL persona haying claims against the'estaLe .

which their friends letter of atitninit>trati<>n on tlirr' lalc by his ussiclants-Appficalion! ; hy Mail or oU.er- An?. 10, 1? -6m Administrator.: : 11 of Sylvanu EIJ s.late of Leon conoly, J".'$
The question was then taken upon con. jot exceed those of Dvcrdec. JOSEPH T-DYER. wise pronj.ly nuticcj. Notice. are hereby notified to present the ac0.pie or to:

firming said nominations, when it was prepared to present !4.-CtCONSTABLE'S Refer to Col.S. Thayer, late Principal of West ic hereby given tu al!1 persons, not to T. R. Bctton, Esq.TallihM ceduly psmeaVwUIP -
Point Aradi-my. NOTICE I the time prescribed by law, and atJ"pnsoiD
unanimous! carried that actorv testimonial a certain cote of hand given by me,
SAL.C. '
lIon. T. I P.. King. Prst. Brunswick 4. Fla.R.Il.Co. debted to said estate are laenby'requetl IbiinocJialo ...* .
to .
HUGH ARCHER, & profession :: be .old at the County Site, of Harnil- payable Arthur Burncv crbeircrfor one thousand f
efcrs .. P. T.Jack'oii Esq. B->-ton & Lowell R- R. Co payment to the subscriber living In JS"fcraoea
by first dollar dated 23th May, 1839 payable January '
N. W. WALKER.[ whose hare .. Co. on the S.iturday in Novcrn- Capt. .\. Parris, Architect & Engineer. Bu'ton. county, Fla. MOSES ELLIS, ado
KOIIS 18-10 leO consideration .,f said
within tho jsial: Lours of site, Forty B. F. PERHAM. 1st a* ( out : '
LEIGH READ, and in St. John's morer le,s, homg the S. W. Qr. of Thnmavil'e.Tbos.Co. Georgia au: 10 tf has entirely failed. Also! a due bill: for two cows and :I June 5 0-6m orSyivanus Eliiadec- :"

GEO. E. DENNiS, Qr. of section 23 in Town lliJ 2 and calve, beii'ir the intorest on the -:1 abore note as i ---- ;

should b-i the regularly nominated candidates Aug. fH-2G-tf. levied un a* the property of Anns J'I I Stolen. agreed upon by the I'artie.and dated at the time i Marshal's Sale.. "
to tnt'ofy sundry cxrrotions in 'favor ol FROM the subscriber Capt. D. Byrd'n near of aio principal noto above menii>iied. "SI: Y Virtue of a writ ofFi.. .,issued out of thor ..
of the Democratic party of Leon R-H! and the heirs of Edward M. HenL I on the n:gltt of the 5th inst. sorrel Joy! 13-It_AVID 1'. :SCOTT. J5J:: > Superior Court of the Middle Die ct ,orf
JtLL lm MARE six old, with a long tail- Florida, for hieb NbrmontT--
County.James I Y ";vy made! by me. 29 June 1839. I year very abl NOTICE f Leon County, in .,
D. for \*e in thefttcc-her ears flap| down-quite a long I Mc'Leod i i. PiaintUS; ;and Mark Harry U defendant .
Westcott, Esq. then moved T nr.do known mi the iav! of salr. persons indebted t Joseph W. KInjr.de ;
Capitol at bodied minimal. A reward of ten dollars Hill be ALL I have levied RIe..
and shall sell at public
I ,
that a committee consist of I U XVm B A a SETT: Cons't. ; of Gad>dfii County. will please make upon
to two or morC'members carpentry to be ) plAid for the delivery! of the mare toJACOli 'I Thursday,the 8th day of An gust neiL/ia legal.:
imireiiiat nnd all
f ... 'r IIA -I ULr---- ? payment; persons having C1&Iiagain.t '
from each precinct, be appointed ) which, must S V I CHANCY. :, hour, in front of the Court House door a grey
the will please:
.orUN and (x; i io E to my IVanlation: in Aj}nl last, a larjf' 4ttbli estate pn-se'it tLcu as ,e- ;
I 'llJO.. 1 JMr etbe l
by the president to draft suitable addressto I I law property of the said Mark lUrvy. yid
a b of brick old! and much of I quired by or they will n -t he ptid. .
? w mare mu p., sign wair- and said writ
.SALE.E I I'lr111 J. upon t.1M sold for casb.to-satisfy ,
the people of Leon County FFUtu :;ux. Jr.Qnir.cy .Um.
expressiveof CEMENT. her. The is requested to lak
on owner
I I according f'0 bw. S.H. DUVAL MarshaL!
: nubfcriU-r will sell at private sale, his: July 20, I&SJ -UEKli j i ,
the views and motives of this Conven The proposals \vhiih he can dj at time by payilli I I
any Jt dwelling hou a and lot, 200 feet square, situ- F- July 6th,-u B.r.Mi.nor"alk ,D. 14.
tion. Whereupon the president appointedthe walls of the buildll1 oL led in i plea anl pail of the Town of J1"--fricnd 1 &. and'tho KSBY"J't-t'fuy! : e.iro tt.cir i! The above mle a postponed till Tuesday nf xtha3rdofSeptemLernextat "-
widi with doric JOSEPH KING. MontlcellO'1 pul-iic frtrtra'y! that ti.
160 land five y the above'Ume ucJ ;
Also ,
following ,Delegates to that uid An 24 If acres ('I.good J have moved from tIle tore
compose hiving MX 1 Co- ; forniTfy occo >:fiiKvthtnj ;
; .I..e.
be inadeca suit
town. Terms will > to pitrfhuverIHLUAM __ __ .;:
committee : >c 2 ft. high the To Hire. : to their New Bru-i tore ne.t! ti.i-jr tt> : -
15ft. and the 3J I H. Fr.incif, where tile hate rpreivej from \\:11.1 TERRITORY OF FLORIDA 11'
Kenneth cook and washer. A
Bembry, \ ro Woman: good p. MonticcMo! Aug. 10, lFa.-Gt
\ir i uentcrville. tion walls in the I toT. nEZfAU: ,raUah3.H"f'e. or ---- York,Boston and New Orlea: ,th. U..MI Fpen: >:iJ LEON COUNTY;
m. (j. londer.Daniel ) the 3d story 150 ft. i tf HOLT & )JIILLLER St. Mark. Notice. assortment t-f GooJs ever rtiVrcd in tti.! < city, n">st Joe. D. Ryan, 1 TTA.
T. Lingo, ) The thickne pf SIX months after cato we shall apply to the of which, are nc.v aid fresh, lidving l>ejn careful- >Justices, Court. J;
John B. Elliott i Miccasook'cA. of foundation ( i OI T1tIENT. ,. Judge of the County Court of Gad. cn tr rejected! in the above market They respectfully Wa:. B. Cur.eo.: .7_

) ished) to be of the cure fur Tetter, King-worm, and County, for leUeri of dismicsion from Uieelale of invite their fiiend and the public generally, Attachment for 20.00. !

Spangler, 1 merit 3 1-2 bricks, cdnncoui eruptions. Prepared only by Archibald Love of said county dcc'd. to call and examine for them<'P'vc..thcir' new ctck, fljMlIC defendant,and all other,- fOncenaed.-ara 't

James A. Berthelot, 1 in the 31 story 2 li.r, Baltimore. For sale by TI10S. U. GRAHAM, consisting i in part ol the following article., with a I JL hereby notified of lW institution* o/the-abov

John Miller, The thickness of tf RANDOLPH & LEWIS. DANIEL LOVE, larre quantity of other good, too numerous to I suit by attachment Justice HiHwrd? *Courtasd

I. G. Tallahassee.Marks.. tom of the & ___Aug._ 10 1839-tf Eiecutors.FURNITURE. .I mint ion, >iz; I hereby required at his office inTaUabaas.Thri.
in the basement 2 Notice. i.Inglsli! French and American Print da.oD the 27th day ol July 13J9; lo de.fnd.uitl
Joseph Branch, and ries 1 1.2 bricks. persons furnished by the sulx iiber last EUR fr KIRKSEY have rucrivrd and now Do. and S'cotch Giogbama suit if they have any defence taoaako. t

L. A Thompson.John The foundation with Gunn, for the purpose of"t- II I offer for sale, a large cortlnei.l of funi- French and Swiss Muslim July 5ih,1839-3t JOSEPH &YANPltflr..!

Graham I 'quare,to be Indians Waculii.are rcsppclful- ture on at reasonable tcriusa ever leforc offered Printed Lawn Notice. "

JamesVdhs. | Stewart's Ferry. tai in the basement. I to return the same. R. II. BERRY. to the .lU.'lic, cons.sting of Cam brick and Jaconet Muslin persons having demands against- the'est-t*.
21 1 ALL
The columns Sofa, and sofa Bedstead Check and cordd Carnbriek, Shepard dr.ce_,cd.re rt"fUntIIcI

Jno. F. Kackler, of he shaft 4 ft. Lost. Bureaus,tidcbortrds: and secretaries, Figured and plain Boltinctt Lace to hand them in, attested arcortliog lsw, aasT

Amos M. Alexander, be of brick. of hsnd drawn by 'V. A.1\lcJi1Ien. On I re card and extension table Bobinett thread "-canbrick edging &Inserting those indebted to make payment without de1a ... )'

R. VT 11. Blount and }81. The entablatnre Florida, sixty-three dollars and Bedsteads Malrtucs, Swisd Mull and Book Muslin ELIZABETH. CLEVELAND, **.
ing, and the payable to the subscriber, or bearer. Mahogany chairs Plain and fairy silk July 251839. Administratrix* "
S. S. Taft. the masonry. 31st, 1C38. The ranker end all other Rocking, nurse and cliildrens chairs, with a handsome Black Italian Lutestrings and India Silk W. H. KIND

On motion, it was Resolved, that the The tills: of the hereby notified not to Irad-s (or or pay assortment of dining chairs, live geeco feathers Brown bleached( shirting and sheetings & ON, .

following named Delegates constitute a to be of granite.All WM. H. FRANCIS. &C.Talahasaee. \Vhie; and brown Linen ; Wholesale & Retail Confection .

committee for the Aug.24, 1839.-2m. : Acg 3.Rope _______ Plain .and Figured Satin Ribbons TH bscribers-beg leavemost-ies.cttutty
purpose of addressinga above it to be ot _._-- Assorted Tuffelati bell Ribbons &c return their thanks for the fc rod patronage
& .
letter to each of the and due of 1)6 IJng jnS' they han already received-fronMlke eitiieDeTallauas
nominees, receiving good : LULIIS HEWA ltD. 100 pieces Dundte Begging. Leghorn and Straw Bonnet

their answers either accepting or The proposals ( WAY froM the subscriber, on Captain 100 cois! superior heavy bale Rnpp for sale by Bombazines and DombazeltsBroadclolhf.Cu'Mincres !- ee-And its vicinity-since their eonuacnee"
frame. and sashes Flanlaton about of June and Satinet t* ment in business; theybeglev.touvtbsteti
declining tho nomination and'io substitute the tat last, an 3GOIUIAN & HALL.
? "
suitable boy named Andrew Spaw, about Cve And a complete,! atsorliocnl of rca I ly made clothing lUg on their. pan shall ba wanting. to ierit-houi
other candidates in death declination 16 LEON :SUPERIOR: COURT. futore .
case of or windows of smart spoken and well looking; ho is a Red and plaid Linacys and Kersey with a fine assortment (aYon. > Si
2d and 3d stories 54 I Attachment $216 5funa'n.ad At Uie .a.m.lime t.\ey"take'U." : ti :.
to wit : with tolertble straight hair. Said Union Bank !Florida Negro Clothing, opportnnify
Gen. I. G. Searcy 20 inch glass. his absence from home, has been at Mr. *" J&tf 8450 Cotton Ouiaburgs.no.. 1, Sand 3 inform their friend. that'they .. thJIIeIC..1
weight* and > Returnable fall term making Ice Cream fat o..1ak.
and Cotton
Linen Diaper &c.
in Thomas County, Georgia. Haying Ambrose C rAnee > Towclinj.
Judge L. A. Thompson, The flooring in | there, was taken by Mr. Barring S .gg Superfine Beaver and common Hats ally hour of the d.yv .'* "III t' III *' I t. '
I 1.4 narro.V heart up The defendants and all others are notified of the Tahahauee.June! tf- 8
Capt. John Graham, Nutlal'a Plantation, and confined-es Coarse and fins l.atherSbneand Boot 1- & ****

James Willis, on two heart halls each pine 34 there, bOIl not since been.heard of. initituiinn to ofthis and suit plead by attachment accordingly.aug .and are required Ladies fine leather, prnorlla kid and sal. slippers LEGAL ;1I0T1CE< .or''.
have undortaken to to hislU..tor.Cnpt. Spanish and plain Saddles .s Thomas BaltzoB and
Jno. F. Kackler go for :YaIkz4a4exsm
I centre. In the 17 4m Wm. RANDOLPH atl'y plff's.
Erfgefield District 3. C., if so, it i> pre English and American bridle bitts neys. at Law, wilTpraettce In.:eQptrtiicrsahi i
Silas.s. Taft, I inches, and he has taken oTwilh him, from the above ,ubllCribt'n'hue just received fifty bbls Martingalessaddle bags &c Superior Conrls of'fh Coantice'.t Je em Ion '
H. H. Walker, The floor of the on the night of the 5th inst THE flour. KERR; E f KIRKSEY.. : Leather seal and morocco trunks ,Gadvden, FrnkflnCalbtuan4 ieiJeivi*

\\"m. Hall. floors of the may have been larking a slender' built Tallahassee. Aug. 10. 1839. Foreign and domestic hardware and cutlery, witha in the court Appeals at Talls1sjse.; -
The roof of the
Alex. mare, blaze face long tale and the fHMIE Subscribers .have formed a connectior. good assortment of carpenters tools. ,. Address of Thomas Dat2ell. da- .-. (
Cromarti, principal framing, on the left vide tin property of Jacob JL in business under the GrOt of DICKINSON, Collins co., HuaU, thee King broad and Club Address of Walker'AndeVsoa. ; .It" '. .:
Adam Gram Wing, slate-the height The above reward will be paid for the S tSTATHAM.asImpor .,.nJ Wholesale axes I JODoli.-183-tl' ? .. ,

Richard Saunders, building to be 1-4 of*aid boy in any jail so I get him, or ten Dealers in Broadcloth, CUssi'iUTec ad Vesting Swede American and English Iron, nail rod &e :T C01TON G
ten behind the .
in the and American Bartered steel r. w ,
Simon Theirs neighbourhood aud brought *, and will open on or about I the Ml of September English '
lead, sufficiently WHAVEaIot.fAra&- tgttth pfitsj C
Do.do. cast do.
cf G..o,1i. faceted
J 00. B. Elliott, putters to be ( R. H. REYNOLDS. one, a of complete their partners assortment in London and P.ri-.."hic by! Cut naiU front 3 to 40 .1. Gins, on h.nJ V *W<;(j tocat* 'SOmt* *

H. D. Miller. and the conductors Spanish Field*,Jefferson. Co. Fla. will comprise every article ntccisarj fur Mercbaut Large and stnall |IlOl,'OT nsspiders&e eac..hieb I, will' wn&-.z.Jc..wlJ r

On motion made it copper. 183931 Bailor*. Patent balance from 5 to 1200 lb. draught gnment.i Appytab..,.
was unanimously The entire I. Store In's.ur.tgIoppoaitc'orry.au -''t.'r.ouh.JSSOf. China and Liverpool crockery *? ciaokio. ,or1 A* Q.HaIl, MWptThAuJI83a.3L'
Resolved that a General Committee of correspondence intent, aLt the NOTICE. : Cut and plain.decanter* fine glass tamble,& _.-B&'U.t.. $T&.rA '

be appointed by'the president building (which person. are hereby notified that Racbael SECIUNG. 503 pieces heavy.bagging 43 U44 inches ... tll. 1

for this county., Whereupon the follow- form pediments) to of the County of JefiWiwn, widow, Charleston, suz 17 61 U.STATHAM: 3UO roit.ror30.000 ;IX months. aAerdate I shall apprf 14 Aof os
Alt the material ., Clod her petition in the County Court Ib*. Cincinnati bacon, Ham, Sides and the Coosty CottiloM-"' -
ing Delegates were appointed : the work executed ", stating that she is the''widow of TERRITORY OF FLORIDA M. D. ? Shoulder '. 'Dd> t'tf.t J4tt weia.p&.n" .

Hon.,James A. Berthelot, manlike manner. Drew; that the said Jeremiah Drew died Bnpenar Court for Leon Couuty. JHontington. lOa BW*. prime and me** pork; 1 ., tiou'of Thomas hw..i IId.c :,

James Branch, The contract for possessed of an estate personally con ,Tiffany & eco do. K. Orlean Whiskey ; .MARY::&" !aM't'I1It'. ::: '.

F. J. the frames and four slave, Ned, Day, Isaac and Ste. Merchant & &Ilwe1l.l tOO do. do,.Rum ..;.Jr 3.18:9it.. orT.G.A.4s'
Simpson, rent any delay in 'a mule, boree.lloek.eaUlo. and other .. \Uaclunent. Champaign, Cognac: Vn d S iitnhltBraidjUoIlsnd : :9' ;". '.
John FelkeU, The plan and slaa an improvement in public' land, that Henry Butler & James amount claimed and'cowmen Gin *"* ;& IJ>r Iitilo .sVtsouwiittgnsjBt -

Dan.T.Lingo, be exhibited upon left one child, that said Rachacl Drew Merchants Copartners, using $ $Gt6 with &JU" Malaga Muscat Red Sherry.nd Uaderia Wine '.4. MeGriZ'atIbfGoddSniCdltt37eqne.ted .

J.B.EUou :"" C. : Jo oneMoiety of said estate under and thenams&rmofBuUcr&AIdich. J Old port brown herr>t Muscat bottled Win to,reseat them dulr'jwvv* .
August 20, 1639 of the act of 1838, concerning do war,and .
H. D. Champaignecider,Lemon and rwpberry!jrvpt the. lime prwcribod by kw.tiwr wlfl,W C
Mffler. KT TbeA the said Court woqld issue their writ The defendant and all others interested are London Porter and Brow Stout," barred.r* ,"a nd iha..gt1It*"'

A. -H Alexander, ; Gazette JfobO* ce of said act for the allotment of.her hereby notified of the institutum of thi suit and White and Black Lead lake payment recovery wilbout. *.I..4' ,iIBAUfs.Jii

Y'no, vicAc&i Jacksonville ou i are required to.some and plead aud." detcadas. ia re- Winter comcMB laiflpe Uesced 'and Tanner Oil :- : ,
the foregoing 4 / McCANTS airecl .. ., .
with Iin aoortment Groceriee
I' .3.f
tngvlbef ( JI i iTallakatee :
Oq n otiqr joauje,'jt was earned unao-' to the office of the 4 4t to Petitioner. I abg.17.4ra?TIIOS. DALTZULL.tt> for pMT I .,Jaly 31, I8394t.. : ., -., -,r J_-,"'J 13-.tl' -....'' .' -.tY. v"'T_ ._. ,.I.,._.

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'. 5-, : .- I I '-- __Sf .- _T 1 .'
,- : : : 1 ,- 1 1 J ,-. .1 I -: J. ELLIOT'S CORN J''.' .S
; NOTICES. NE V GOODS ADJUTANT subscriber 'been duly appomWd ELLIOTS PLASTERh&lkea1fted'tr t \
lOlfa, 1839. SGEtRAL'ORDER having DR. ::_ .
If'J BTTHE bas just per whoonr'T Tal.bU. of the Court of Chancery Leon success :. And wherereTit j J.t..

LL' .aca, .ublrbr, and r inc fromNew, the last Le- County.Middle District of Florida, in tbo east of been introduced, ba*superseded Uu tue, of..oi? :-
:i 8ttra.
passed by .
limr remedies for the .
8. Sibley full CeowrIdminiairatriV of WIn. Center U eur of Corns. .'
York supply Dry AGREEABLE and by the Governor Mary A few .: .,
District Had ware. Bagging Boots approved John B. Keen, hereby glue notice to all persons applicationa entirely remove thela,,. :
orllo. Go. Rope,Crockery, amendment .
thei7 tke 4th March 1839, and
Cal corns, prevent further .
big of Center and Keen, on pain. ,
1 as indebted to the late firm -.h ,
Attorney ad Shoes.Clotblng Drugs, Oils Iron in.
E p.inl anc. to the nilitia law now in force, it more ; Priee50 cents boxwit.h
in the of otherwise they per direetionl
i at Laws collection & which Note Bond Book Account, or for :
a offered for sale on vary militia in the "".1 .j.'j
& &c. of prompt iu
dmly : cumbenl on the officers the For ale TaIlahssseeatthe
I Florida. He will attend all liberal Planters and Menj rwArrequested I are required to make immediate payment DrugSto50 '-
District. country l discb<3e of their duty, which is paitiealarlyspelT Bbscriber only-and notice is aleo given to all per- R\NDOLPH & LtWI
to call and .
, examine for
the.j'jt' ""
Kyltta !_ wit Captains of companies, 18th. lR38.
_ : requiring MilT
i ,in the building formerly L. A. MADDEN.8L /* ons who ant now, or was at the time of the death 4r.lf

LL I &a Book dture. MarksOctober, 1838. 12. : Majors ofbUa1uhs and Colonels the ofrerlmcn..1mu.ter therein set of W. Center in possession of any good, wares, 6UWANNEE SPRINGSI7IIHE -;
LofM.G. 12th 1638. 40 if on days boks ofaccount or any of
I merchandize, notes,bonds, proprietors this establishment
rssst their Fresh Garden forth, the n-altendence lo which compels the delinquent to the said vI.L made lav.
See other whatsoever, belonging to UtJ
S. WALK UK property aecommedat.company .
received a Iresh lot Seeds, suffer the fins and penalty the act requires .
data to the
1 JUST that forthwith deliver the same to the
they ensuing in cotnforuulmanner.
wIs. AT LAW, 40. of th* growth of I 1838. For sale to the exclusion of the clemency ofa superior undersigned, in obedience o the order of Court. summer,. a

Jan. It, IKS Courts of the by E- BARNARDJr.Tlnahanee officer or that of a court martial. VA(. HILLMRD, Bathing House*, Carriage J/nues.
II- is the first to the right 1 13th Pee. 183d. Druggist. The Adjutant in reference thereto, Receiver. and Stsi.\
;. Genera. distressed Dec. 8. 1333-18 I will be in readiness. .by the lit of June and ..!.
the situation -
vicwa it
(IXmoatht ,in Tallahassee wberel.e nay Ten Doha Hewad. necessary,, owing NEW GOODS. t attention will be paid to the comfortable ;
TRAYED Florida and parliculsrly it i i. re- aeeom
or night January10th
C .
; Of Iba subscribers opening a general as dition of the gnesta.
from the stable of the Planters Hotel a Bay by the General Government to transmit THE are
pitiiin.it aad offer
which Suwannee March .
M. of Goods they Springs,
3O.1839u "
White RANUOIPlt Mare wit a email white in her fo.heid also one near through this .fficer, t Iho Adjutant General nt HALL. -
)p Connselor the wit saddle marks on both sides between Washington, annually, Ihs strength of Iho militiaof for sale. 310 ForSale.

De*, ftk. l 4 and 5 YUil old. The above reward will be paid: on I the Territry.I March 22d 1839 T Plantation situated on t.he road from Monti .
New Court House. her delivery to W. E. Rulsjer at the PI inters Hotel hereby require the Colonels commanding the PLANTERS. HOTEL, collo to M.'gnolia, 12 miles from the fatter

CO 2.tf. or to ELIAS McELVEYJThomas various reimenl to make immediate returns to me Tallahassee. place,containing 160 acres of pine, oak, and hickory .

iUa ,. A. THOMPSON. county (.Feb.S3lh 1839' 29 t". at selling forth in the report, the THE subscriber informs his friends land, of a good qoalily. The impmvemests

.3. tf. .. I i in. AT LAW, Piano Forte Music. strength of each regiment battalion, and company a. and the public th it he has rented this are principally log buildings good and cwnvsni.

$ama.l r FLOEIOA: FOR 8ALK at the Jewelry SLOre of Menus I together with the name and rank of each officer beIoning well known establishmer, and is pre- ent. The situation u believed to be bealtb,. The

HE .. the practice of hi profession I & Nuitz. formerly J. Gerardin. to the several commands. This office ro, pared to accommodate all those who may favor him crop of corn and cotton are also for sale.! Terns 1.

I' pleas ta : attention t any business For $ Ie.PAlRofyoung lies with confidence on tne promptness anJ gallantry with their custom. His table will be well provided .of payment will be made easy. Fur particulars. .

.ve suit ,in the Superior Courts of tie A Bar Horses, and of the officers of the militia of the Territory, in with the rarities the maiket affords, and his bar apply on the premises -

and plead by ; and in the Court of Ap- gy, >J 'NM. H. BUI-II. the accomplishment of the required report, together furnished with good liquors, and by strict attentionto r JOHN STEPHENS.
I kd Jaw Tallahassee Mach 28.1839. 35tf I with tho punctual attendance to the tnusler- the wants and necrssil ies of hh visitors he hopesto June 8. 1839. .44tf :
kj .
[TaHahasw side of Washington Squvre. iag of their separate regiments bataton., and receive a libera share (f patronage. Architects and Itlecnanics
CITJOTEL. companiesthey knowingintimalely E. POOL invited to anbmitto the
subscriber brfor
2 B. friends that he ARE *
Notice. R BULL the above named. establishment of the sums. Feb. 15, 1839. !28tf 15th day of July next, punster a Capitol .
lIXflMHthj 1'4 By ordr of his R. K. Call. B. Gooil and for horses to be built in Tallahassee Fiorida
7 _ala and : VAL Attorney at Law. will formerly kept byCapt. Thomas Brown where he fxceHency. PARKIIILL.Adjutant. N. stabling provender ; and to the ptr-
I ths Courts oT.Vidilla Flori would be all times his -STRAYED, son submitting the plan which shall be sdnptoaU
I Judge of. glad at to sse old friends and Goneral of the
of Deeds, Bonds, .Jorlgage.. to give them his attentions. Shell Point about the 15th or 20th qf the approval of the Governor of the Territory will
( .
liaeharge belt of Florida. FROM .
promptly ___ Territory ,a small sorrel MARK, about throe be awarded a premium of $200.
ftrdcd tn Juno 22 16-tf
*rite Oerio, Talahut'e. ,-I _ _ & Davies. ri ht. The be of brick and
occupied by Wm. I'. Du. Uosteuliofer years_ _old,a small. white_ blaze in_ r.fur hud: building to must eoottia
Bank. A8fTT I COMMISSION MERC IIA IVT 8 hind- foot white- Jong switch tail, cute is a sienaer i two halls with sufficient lobbies, capable of accommodating
U :
[July Plain and Ornamental Plasterer. NEW OKLE.OS.REFERENCES. will lake the of them 100 '
-18 built filly. Any person hearing of her, I one Representative
R Ei PECTFULL Y informs tho citizens of I'al.laharceo .-!!. Bond Esq.Afcssnt. it as a favor lo give me information of hor. Direct tho other 50 Senator*, and suitable apartments,
J. R 0V L E S
lix months and its vicinity, that during Ii. absence Button & Fisher a note 1.0 St. Marks, or advertise her in the Kxerulivft Offices and Committee Rooms, and U>e
7 of the C Public, this summer, Mr. P. Roberts maybe Kerr & Kirkwy, Floridian and I will pay for the notice and any cost must not exceed $100,000.The .
Florida- found at R. B. Ker' will all work in
*1 settlement execute Tallahassee.Messrs. .
other trouble and i plans must oe accompanied with estimates *
,It. m of his line of business. Reference, F. Eppes, R. K. Molyneux, Withcrky, 4- Co. Liverpool expense. R.S. MALLORY. and the person submitting thai which shall be sp.,

wntv, htrcioloie existing be. Cal R.I. Hatkley. 39tf 3hreli23. 1*39. 33 ly April! 'O. 1 39 ZltfL' proved will be required like ise to furnish loch

ft 1 DUVJL and the bootable. 4 1839. STRAYED, CHINA & GLAOS WARE specifications as will be necessary to enter into eoa- ,

I, has been disnlml! by the Notice. the Plantation of tho subscriber in Ham. RENfH China, Tea and Dinner J-etf. Wines tract for the erection of the building.As I

Junee,1g39. the United JMaie*, ofths latter. WILLIAM 11. B1tODIl'-, Ksq. of Tallahassee, FROM County light \YltuJ Mllle, thrre &c. Fors..lel.y 'V. //. FRA\CIS., soon as the p'an is determined on, putlicnn. .

LEON Courts for Florida. wi I my agent during my absence years old, bought last winter from Capt. White of Talla1..r.e Jan 12. 1833 23tf lice will be given, inviting proposals for contracts
I IN V ) &. Wm. I. BROCKEN. from the Territory. R. C. ALLEN. Tennessee. The last time he was heard of, I.eIra. for the erection of the building.C. I
associated partners in the June 29-tfValuable Col. \ Carriage & Harness Making. G. : .
!jjtJrelus following a person passing by ENGLISH
subscriber servi
rCF'l'IIE having engaged tie
|] AG nm residing Tull-thassec, I I Plantation for Male.HE Cu., going towards Monllcollo. Any person of a skillful Carriage and Harness Maker,from Commissioner.
imes J. Dir AppjtlaMiieoIa. \\ t. P. 'a- subscriber being about to leavo the Terntory taking up said mule! and giving information to tie cfs the North leave to inform his f.'Ienlls and the Tan"hulel".1uno 1, 1839.!

: lylor, Green court Appeals and the Su. offers for sale his ?plantation in Jeffer- subscriber will be amply satisfied. : public that begs all orders for repairs &r,shall Le punc ..* The TaWahaiwee Star, the Pensacola Gs.zeltte .

ID i Peter Jefferson, Gndrden, Frank. son county, Florida, which lies four miles N. E. of ,I JOSEPH B. WATTS. tually and ne itly executed. the Mobile Advertiser, the N. O.Picayune,
I of the Mr. Brorkenbrough h Monticello, thirty-throe from Tallahak, and Junl" 15-21KIRKMAN Saddlery Work Done. and the Milledgcville Recorder wili please give the

.j ttiinent of I i of Appeals and tle Supeiior eighteen from Thomasville, Ga., through which ; AUERN THY. & }IANN.\. E. B. CLARK above throe insertions and forward their accounts.

BS. dec'd J I. Frnnkl.",. P. C"lcfn, .. and Leon place the great Brunswick limit Road will shortlybe commission Merchants TlIlIl1ha lf'e. May 5. 183: 39-if to-the office of the Floridian, for collection.
constructed. The tract contains -
-Fetch, twelveeightsand I New Orleans. SALE.-A second hand hucxy, and n (I\lt.. LUM BElfFO R"S ALE.:
I balfur of land two-thirds of it.
H..nROCKfnnOUQf a 1,000 acres FOR
try,r, Refer to R.K. Ca.l l, and Henry Bond.Jtm. lIof'M. Price $!75 d.-Il.i's. EnquireOf ba 000 Shineles
being excellent hammock, oak, and hickory. and
tade. i ')39. 241 f Yellow .
I 17 1 William the Ostler, al Capt Biowus slablcs.J.vn 80,000 Pine
ward C. ; ]NotIce the balance pine land of a chocolate color. There .
; 2d 1839 26tf 40,000 White d.
Bassett : Law, informs are upon this tract of land a comfortable: dwelling NOTICE.
.. l1. citizens generally of .Madi house i gin house and screw and all the oUter.ppertenauieee \HE subscriber informs his friends and the pub- -Leather, Lime, and Hair. For sale by HOLT MILLCR.

Alfred has determined to locate him. peculiar to a farm, I well I near "<: lie, thai he hu purchnstd the entire stock in i (/HUE Sub>cribers have constanily on hand a St. Marks and Port Leon. 3ifIIOUCK'S

bed and the ensuing Fall, at the new about four hundred acres of land under a good trade of DuAL & HUTCHINS, and the business wilT ii I complete' a'l".rtlJl t ofLtA Til ER.suitable PANACEA.

"I appearing urpo.oot purkiiing his profes fence and in a high stale of cultivation greatest hereafter be continued in"his own name in the same (or Gin Bands, Harness, Carriage Tops Boo's and I A. FRF.s1I supply of the above valuable! medicine .

Jnes J. put of which. is tresh. it having been cleared .store occupied by them. lie returns his thanks tithe Shoes. &c. Also n constant supply LIME, and : justreceivrd. For sale by

u.. him to he absent (torn the in the last three years.. Tho hud is well Wllh'l public fur the liberal encouragement he has rectived HAIR I for Pla..trin111 of which, they pfT.r STEWART BARNARD.
iron next, but any business and during the residence of llie! mh.scril/er and! he *liciles n continuance of the lIIe. low frcash or in exchange for hide*,at their Tan May 2S 42

Bassett to him during his aLlt"ce. he has not had the find care of chill and fever u: I He hns on I.andnd u i i'l l continue to keep a gereral I Ya.d.. BROWN & GAL RAI'rU. NoticeALL

Brewster Wm. 1 Randolph, ei-q. his white or black family. The subscriber invitespsrsons I asv rtinent of such goods as are nerebsnry for the 'ral1nhlf1'1'! Am lltb. IP a. l-tf persons are hereby cautioned against tra

ted, : 4,-if who are desirous purchasing good lands town and country trade. Heintitrs all those who! ALLIGATOR J..INE. for a note drawn by Jolin B. com,..

'r.tor1of I H. IIAGNCK. in Florida to call and examine for thellt.lvr. I"I have oust' Hiding accounts previous to 183B, to call Augusta to Mobile, via Florida. payable? to Willis ALston I or order for 5,200 dollars
the the
,.ioa. It AT LAW he will take pleasure in showing them his lines and and tetl'e bane. countr/vri! THIS KpIemlMl.neor; four dated at tonticelll, .'1.. 8th January. 1836; aid

idanls I the land contained within its precinct*. he punctually a.tended to, and goods furnislied at .horse IVst Coiches and payable IOZ month! afterdate, as said note is my
before Fla. I A ba and liberal the loweit market prce.: tei'rnbo\ts is now running and is from .. I
or i good bargain ..11 granted terms property improperly kept my pow*
Tlic liiihest given for nil
d bill will i.'ry of Florid entrusted to I give'n. prices ofeountry. .- S three times it week, between 'tjr.f,. Said note i is suppfwd to be now in the ill
'ilo ALKX. FOR JY DU'VAL.Tallahawc I
'd I strictly a'tended m. j I GEORGE GRAVES. prolice. AI1:;n t\ ntnl I Mobile ; poinjr: westward, it pasststhn.ugh of New OrleanAUGUSTUS ALSTO.V.
II 23 I8W. HB-tf
Jce be M.I'f. FmREnCS. M
nted in the I E>q. Da'.timrtro.! Juno 8. 1833.-tf. Commisfiioii Ilouve, New Orleans. days. aid reaches Pen
four I L tkln. Esq. t'o.' TO I LONG & GK1VOT, or M. bile 300 miles in 50 hours ; going rthward six times weekly, and transuiil the account to this

fellahs! ***. / & Sop, l'hiladel1tha. '; Plantation UEN' at Shell Point. I I.1AV E,.-tahli .hed 'liemsel yes at New Orleans it passes through Cluincr Sundays, TursJay.! office.VALUABLIi. _
i ) & Co. do. the iransiction of Commission Business, antI Friduvs, nnd rt"ltdaI"ctln., 179 miles in 36
recently occupied by Mr. A. CUT PlIOPElfi I FOIL
LL !& Son. do. I is offered for rent the anti solicit!: the '''ntronnco flf their frieuds and the lours. The speed| is greater by 20 miles a day, .
.t' & Co. do. For ensu. public to whir they pledge their best services. th9t1 it has bun heretofore: on the line. SALE.
"lost, I>q. Dial.Attorney N. Y. I terms and further in. Ar.ril7 35-IfilJST The hor1u Are the lest pos>ible. THAT Valinh'e Property situated on Monroe
been ,apply to
e D. Wall, New Jersey R. RECEIVED. The drivers steady and attentive.The at the S-Mith West comer of Wash

four tb of Leslie A. Thompson, Esq. 1. BERRY 20-tf HUNDRED OUNCES French Qni- Coaches :ocd and comfortable. 'njrton square is offered at private sale. TheBumi.ling

to or Green |3H ONE ', Sulphate, Acetate and \1 uri He of : The Le Roy from Le Grange to Pensacoa! i iI : are At present occupied by Sir. Davis
in fine order.
\DOJLPH Morrhine, and n general assortment of French and Confectioner, Know A Huichin sis the IVa'eh-
,ber I
osat.ne liimsellin Tallahassee, o<*. GIDlra Assortment of Blanks printed not English Chemicals. Twelve Mahogany Medicine The Champion is rnnnin'n regular connection man Printing Office, the- U. S. Quarter Masier.

) Note .iioniKerv ices te slim public. .r.ond paper, for sale at this Office. Chests, ,and a I large supply of Drugs, Medicines, >eiwecn Penwicolannd Al" fie.! The stage fare on Geo. & F.. Linenburg r.and J.A.BertheotcEq.The .
i..drawn tie office of Dr. J. H. Ran Justices Executions: Blank D'.ids: Perfumery, &c. &c. For sale l byR.DOLPH the line' i i. very much reduced. There i is a tlnily situ ition for busmcss is one of the .m.t eli-
: fge,or SuaiDtons, Hills of SaIl, 4- LEWIS. line( timr horse post coaches, beswccn Chattahoo- eihle in the City. Apply to WM. P. DUV., ,

etae Note Subrnenan, .ftiorncy's. Declarations, Mr 10 41 ch..e cud Tallahassee. Nov. 10 14 'ff| Att. in act of Dr. Cha.Hajre.Notice .
JB. drawn Warinnts, R> cor>iz nces. -- Office at Brown's Hotel Tallahassee.
: p.ar .. A Provision &c. &,. &c. &c.Strayed. P. II. SWAIM & Co. Passengers will please! lo particular to rnquir .
Mew Orl aii., subscriber has this day disposed of hu>en-
_'Be for the Alligator Line. I. WILSO.V. THE
i Conant IuionStorae&ForwardingMIiRCIIANTS Stock of t
tember Sugar. goods to Messrs. I low Hug
YLO from suhscribrr the
away llje on I I Agent aufcp
do SlOth Rutgers and lake this opportunity of uuncnd-
,3reen 1.
of last his
.Jpril otrrlHK
1- near
a ihe firm his
ink to customer, he itr confluent from
i:. 8e And General Dealers in Dry Goods
bridge, on the Brunswick and Florida Rail in.1 I CAUSK UJBIJ410US COMPLAINTSAND .
their business habits will ol
they serve the interest
11. 1838 Sicr. GROCERIES, PUO VISIONS,&c.
a small light fcorial horsi, about 14 hand.llga JL A MODE OF CURKV A well all those who
by. rcgu- are disputed to patroni hem.
en Sledgel t.rn. rather a sore back, and with lmb.. A liberal P. II. SWAISI ( St. Marks, lated and proportionate quinlily of bile the .
..' HOWLING & RUTGER3. I I upon ILH.BERRY.April .
3. COMBS. Florida.
reward will be given lor the recovery! of the stomach is always requisite for the promotion ofsound 8
1& 1839. 41.tf 36-tf-
f { ;. same and the delivery of him to Mr. B. 1'. rrrhm.1 THEY have large and commodious warehouses 'health-it stimulates digestion, and keepsthe .- -
: : '- I' OILS, AC. nisidenl Engineer of the Brunswick and storage of cotton and mcrcluiidiiio.aiid ''I intestinal canal free from all obstruction On CO-PAItI91TERSJIJP. .
,'"'], i i. oil, &kegs of 100 lbs Rail Road Company, al Thomasville, or to Messrs. : will pay particular attention to receiving forward. the inferior surface of the liver i jg a peculiar bad-! 1 lOA VI G Pur-'based the Sloe of I'. H. Terry
,'. oil. Spts. Turprntisi., and cottnE and merchandise to *JU the subscribers have this day entered into .
jjf Cbsira, : Gorman &HallTallahassee.ALEXANDER. I ing. any der in which the bile W first preserved, being form. .
j traiaes,4 Glass of various sizes. WINALL, port in the United Stale They hive constantly eby the liver from the blood Thence it Co-partnership; under the firm of DOWJJNG 4".
.:}; As.t. Engineer. on hand a large and extensive assortment of Goods into the stomach and intestines and passes the RUTGERS. Tney solicit a continuance of thai- ..

;}, '&!.tauee RANDOLPH & LEWIS.. Thurfdsy. May 15. of sll descriptions which they will soil low in loin indigestion. Thus we see when there is regulates a deficiency Patronage heretofore bostonredonlberortcern.
38tf to nit ,' for cash or approved credit. JOSEPH BOWLING
f IPANCr COTPARTNERSIIIP.fWlHE purchasers of bile, the body is constantly costive. On the other .
: JaUatMttte Rail Co. I They hope by a strict and prompt attention to the hand overabundance EDWARD RUTGERS.
M. H. { h an of bile,
Fuliscribers ve enteicd into pnriner&hip causes fioquenl
I Tallahassee
interests llioso entrusting business to their care April 8. 189 6tf
April 5 nausea in the stomach and often
6 JL under the firm of J. B. BULL tr CO., aid ; promotes very severe
5tf, .itting in i given that t following re .carry on the business MERCHANT TAI- to merit a continuance of the liberal patronage attacks 'disoaso which sometimes end in D. AUSTIN A CO. .

-f. indlac .&by the Company will in all LORS.bothin this |.lace and the city of New heretofore enjoyed.St. death. WOULD inform thu citizens of T"llslt j.e

U, ) York. Arrangements have been made for a constant Marks. Jan.30 1H39. 26tf Fever are always preceded by cymptoiinofa disordered ,that they have taken the store .
ap receiving and fur. Notice. : stomach also nn Jfiin Streetlatelyoceupied by D. C. Wi'sf-n' ,
bj-laK.-Tb. ad full supply of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vest. ; as are scrofulous disorders, ; '
caps, urpa t will neither de ings, etc. and a large assortment of Ready Made THE Co-Partnership heleror.ne f'Xi ling inhe and all sympathetic functional organic or febrile I Esq .where they'are now opening complete as-

proved nor forward cotton on the road lothing, and tluy are nOW prepared to accommoilnie STEWART BARNARD being diseases. From lh-"vsame cause, the natural and sortmenlof Rich WATCHES, Jewelry. Sil er
.11839. roan the collecting clerk, and their cu.tomfr and the public, in any article dissolved by the death of the. srnioi parncr: all healthy action of the heart, and the whole vacn- and Plated Ware, Cutlery Fancy articKs, &e.

given until the called for in th ir line. One .of the partners, Mr. persons inuoptcd to the firu are requcaed: to make let system is impaired and reduced below its nalural which they offer on a; good terms as they can lie
in this
,: HE Wade, residing in New York, will enable them to immediate settlement, and all having claims will ulandajd; as exhibited in palpitations, languid purchased[ country. .
Personal attention to Watch
: Coring, T.:R. BETTOr, Sc'y execute all orders promptly and on the most rca plta e present the fame.E. pulse,torpors of the limbs,syncope and even death wh'ch from experience given repairing,
long they .he
can assure
J. B. BULL BERNARD Surviving Partner. ilsolf.in
lonablc of
; NOTICE terl. consequerco an overabundance of a peculiar public will be done in first-rate
manner. They
18O.: 49
14 tf
i* f HENRY Tal'ahBsneeJuly offensive substance
; I jives notice to his friends and WADF lo the digestive organs. ater the roselvex that by given due attention i.>
; Bin Taall.see ". 17.1838. I INTfTNDANl'S t On'IC1r The approach of billions disease is at all time.
that business with desire
gen ra1, he .opened on ; a to please, to receive a share
PRINTING TALLAHASSEE, MAT 1C, 1M9. S attended by decided symptoms of an existing d '. Ilf.the public pSI rona e.

.*, next door the Planters QUINCY IN pursuance of an order passed by the Oily eased state of the stomach and bowel; i. o. with Tallahassee; November 17, 1R28. S 15
Sea will (he exe'Bled t wiih the MALE & FEMALE Council of Tallalufsee the owners of all unimproved : those signs which are known to point out their contents iALLIGHAN'S -

-4 ) compiiiing Bank Note lots,in the limits of the corporation ol to be of a morbid irritating nature; but whenever VEGETABLE

t of Ladin, Maps, Charts. ACADEMIES Tallahassee, are hereby notified that if the undergrowth the alimentary canal hAppen. to be loaded FEVER AND AGUE PILLS,
Dine ; Cards, &c. R L. EDMONDS. A. M. Principal, Mrs. on said lots,such as bushes, weeds, &. are with irritating mailer some drraigcment of the A certain and lasting cure for this disease. For

hitch be executed with neat J. P. Edmonds, Tutoress. %Js Susan E. not removed before the 1st of next June, the said healthy operation either of Ihe general "Item. or sale by .

style Printilf of descrip. Johnson Mr. C. Harris, Mr. R. To ", and Miss bushes, weeds, &c. shall bo removed by the Corpo. of some particular organ of the body is the certain RANDOLPH, & LEWIS.

teed I d.I every Adeline Weaver. Assistant Teachers.The ration lit Ihe expense of the owners of lots. Tht. result; and when this state happens to be united I JTalahisee.! Apt'i114, 1838. 38

f, ; as good I .UO: M. 8TRATTOX nut session of the institutions will com.mouce said undergrowth, bushes, weeds, &c. bring declared with any other symptoms of disease, it. effects are BEV1iXT'T1i. .
on the 21st June, and dOle 22d November. nuisance And the citizens much
I BOOK LOST. a are hereby alrtays thereby aggravated. The progress of _ W.iNTED tnpurchaje \d BEEF
required that their back yards be swept every Saturday organic obstruction is often so rapid as scarcely to go
Male CATTLE for
d inst. between Tallahassre Academy.Terms
I which
if 18. a small pocket wallet contain and per sonsion of 5 n.ntl.l. payable in nd. I morning, and that the sweepings be put ina admit of time for the spplicstion of such aid as is lobe _I_ price *ill be ?ivernnappliesncnto the| highest
. and box <>r barrel on the edge of the streets, so that offered by art yet, in general, the promonitory
money a |20, and two 1 10 vance. Orthography Reading, $1000 of BROWN & GALBRAITHTallaha .
the corporation cart remove the same during ymptoiiis gastric load ate
may perceptible "
flutes of hind, a follows One The abuvi, with Writing and Arithmetic, a ee.JanM 25t(
1ST 14. the day. R. B. KKR, Inlendanl. day or two previous to the feverish psroxism
The above with Grimmer a
Lavinus of 1240 the Alc
payable FOR tALE.
[ Tallahassee, May 17-Gm. period, when the most efficacious. assistance be
Modem Geography Ancient and Modern History may
endorsed Col. Fi.her-on. 100 balm brat Northern
aaas by ifivcn, by unloading the stomach and Hay. at St. Marks or
I 4o of $1 60, payable the same 20,00 STRAYED On STOLEN canal of its irritating content, and thus alimentary Port Leon by HOLT & JtflLLER-
do Dr. J. B. Taylor for $68 pay The above, with Astronomy of lhpl and FROM Shell Point a small sorrel MARE' II" <.....iilintr ot dallnee. reducing April 20 1839 37if

a. d* public are cautioned against Globes, Rhetoric, Logic, Philosophy, : ) tail thin mane a small blaze in the Ittoffnf Life Medicines W \GGO S.T'VO.2 -
il.oa'dalways .
I ia ; said Notes. Geometry, Surveying Latin, Greek and Hebrew ftce and has a w.rt.t the lower corner of one of be ifc. i horse and
u m u e early stages of billions several one horse Cairjal
f kale reward to person who will with tho Prosody Mythology and Antiquities connector her eyes,one or both hind feet white. Said mare ant: if in complaints;: For '
any persevered strictly according to the directions Waggons. talc by
with the -
slos ., Book and contents. cll.ie. 5.0 was missing about the last of February or first of will positively effect a core. WM. FRANCIS.
French and Spanish, each March. A liberal reward will be to whoever
as** l 'JOdEPH ALBERTSON. given The mineral medicinca often prescribed in these Tallahassee Jan9 1339 23tf

asi* Hire. I FEMALE ACADEMY. will return said mare. R. S. MOLLOY, diseases, although they may effect a temporary Notice. ;
and her eight session of 5 months, payable in ad June 15.-3t Shell Poinl. cure at the lime -
: boy years Terms per same create an unl..ealthy.tate of ? TUE Subscriber having erected a STEAM
1 a good cook anJ hu.servant. vance. Orthography and Reading, 10,00 the blooil, and consequently to promote a return 1. MILL at huplase, two and a half miles East of

I'. to T.BEZEAU. The above with Writing and Arithmntie, 14,0 MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. : of the very disease which they are employedto Tallahassee, will be ready at all times t '.urrl, 1

The abv.with English Grammar. Geography, Leon Superior Court-Spring Term, 1839, I cure It is then by the use of purgatives excl. with Lumber find Meal those who mar favor him

For Sale. i with al Maps, Ancient and Modern History James Lynch 1 'ivttty formed vegetable compound, which, possessing with application.! JOHN G. GAMBLE. .. '

Plantation in the forks of Oca- 20,00 vs. I within themselves no deliterious agencies, _Neharriathla,June 23, J838. 46-lf ',' .

.f Lilt!. River, Qadsden county, The above, with the use of GloWs, Astronomy, J. B. Dallum and Phil. which decomposition,combination,or alteration can -

acrra above high water. For Philosophy, Composition, Rhetoric, I.o"ic Algebra, G. Hambough, trading Attachment for t3' .U. d..elftpe or bring into action; and therefore capable subscriber NATIIAN8 takes tbelibert.HOTEL.

b accommodating, apply to W. Geometry. &c., 25,00 under the name style & I cf producing no effect save that which is desired II THE friends and the of informing '
Ham- thai cafe la found. public generally, that he j
or to the subscriber at Drawing and Painting, 16,00Musie firm Dallum & a rrmrdy has purchased the House
Rckr D L. KENAN. Piano and Guitar each (3 lessons per bough. The Lite Fills and Phenix Bitten have "FLORIDA HOUSK lately known as the
4 U. *EWAT3L April CODIUr., 39trb week) (HE defendants and all others interested are proved to be the moat happy in their effect* in cases h. Qoincy. which under Jail _

_ (AWAY froa tba Mbscribtr, on the night ---- U:9. RANAWA. -Use- of- -Instruments, 30,0, hereby notified of the i institution of this suit. of bilious diseases of any purely vegetable .rep superintendance and in which he,is undergone thorovgb repairs,"
it X tke each attachment returnable to the next term ot aaiou"Vt ration ever offered to the public If Ihe stomach is ready to receive and eater-
shi 19U */,a egro man br nameWsk.d mulatto French and ono by
last tale
t2Sjan* dark eompl.z.art' Olf Sunday mwruing ,a bright of about boy Latin anJ 8pni.h ....n.c."r$$, and are required to appear and 'nd to the foul. they cleanse it by exciting it to throw off ita him,with to the their best of his ability all Who may favor. -

B dk kftd fell taoa, vilb a pleasing ex between 30 lal4 years age six Needlework, *>,..,- 400(( declaration filed therein according la law. contents ; i if not,they pass to the duodenum with patronage.To "
TO!!. A reward of those- who know
feet Wgh him he _
_-I SSCOVR1A*ncst) of Stout, atfcleiie and Ip.r&uill including bed,fuel and lights. 75,00 T. H. HAGNERPUiTs. Ail'/ out riming vomiting or nausea in the stomach ; deems it BBBecespaj, ,"
7 dollars wiu l whoever may apprehendhim. Bad S to make promises with i in %:
.if a&sad1 r..4'or 5 inches hIgh, $ b given GEORGE t W. Departnunt furnished with Maps, Glubol, June M-3m stimulating the neighboring vicern,as the liver and ry which the House will be regard to the manner ha : *g
To aU others #*
pv br tra4a aa4 a ,nU-k ind rudy DANIEL well toned Pianos and Guitars.A pancrasso aa to p.t>duco a more'copious flow of kept. :

IlL $M4.Uv. pi*** a .fin* flttt frtv kors June 15317ILultBUpN13 Philosophical apparatus and Orrery will bo ad fresh Groceries. their secretions into the intestines, stimulating tile *has only fiud to say him call and judge for yourselves. ? mad ': .
,so him .
GAUDE SEEDS undersigned are receiving, per schooner .zhaientc.pillariei'tormimiating' in the inner coat you apeakof ,>
_ Uslt. SLuM fcotM j ar4 at fort Brooke, dtd. nHE_ -
F--- lib to mwl*fcb.sesp*. W;* Destination it isCarolios tr i ARDEN, Gr..Clover, and flower seeds f'o The discipline oCtleeholl. mild and parental I w_ Van Baren from New Orleans Cincinnati which an increased flow of the useless panicles Quincy.AVril 3 3'i-tf ISAAC. NATIJANS." 4.J

-wIll b. wbowe,Ji. visitf growth of 18. but implicit ( reuird from all, lo such; : put up Bacon, the body foreign matters, or retained' secretions.. : :..

__ I IssALauM. .11' small Ivt ( & &, Uyscynth. Tulip, rules I the beet interest o th Pupils make it ne.ccsaary Hams Sides Shoulders, an completely S discharged.- Lost Note :' .. J.
JBMt; Jail P ,Crocus and Tpb .roots and 'P*MOI tOXBI to adopt Prime Pork, Lard, Rice, Brown For sale by persons are forbid tradingfornrsiaf; :.'"
sale bv The residing the Teachers,are Sugar.All RANDOLPH LEWIS.. 'ALL -
bewail r of flower Pots for ypung ladl. wit S (or one hundred lad e1zt7doflarsdraynby
.RANDOLPH, LEWIS.F treated u members of the and their morale, of which will be sold low for cash or spprovedpipcr Tallahassee, June J9.-If David Brown payable L.wi..Sanaaj0

AUOUBTU0 8TEELE, 2 1839. tlt manners .a attpclec to as such., at abort lime eonahrnnwnlv? S NOTICE., bearer and dated |'D,Lbs month ;of-MaVeV: t:lao',. tr

r-T.Jr- *4ILtRY& UARNUL Pupils any Mason,and charred Also oo bbls BalU- : 'RANDOLPH ia authorized and drawing ten ntr.eaoi. 1stsstJlredfrM;
from the time of but no deduction will be One hundred &Twelve WM. my agent
4 GEFRALusnrtmeatouddIubIdIU. .ft* entrance the schools before be end of more 'Iollrt which will be told low for.nib : : attorney daring my abet nee from the said note ia fly pr., ,, bMbiea &7.1O5' !
their (
- :: {7.r **1., AII..., two ane four horse lurBcafForsataby made for leaving .aI1. OrC. It I. C. WILION Territory. 'rILMAN'l..raENC".' put of ny poesas.ioo. .EWLMVNDE1W1M54t .f

.LGO1 Xajair: iI 4h1. e& ., will TJUMCIL t.io C. H. DUrO T, Ssc'y B.T.O.A. Jun. lt-tf Tsl'ahaissi' ) Ms j 25-tf 10ff -

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