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Title: Magnolia advertiser
Uniform Title: Magnolia advertiser (Magnolia, Leon County, Fla.)
Physical Description: 1 v. : ; 46 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: A. Steele
Place of Publication: Magnolia Fla.
Creation Date: December 19, 1828
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 12, 1828)-v. 1, no. 51 (Dec. 25, 1829).
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sixtee o ."he makes the most
con v .'Vefforts to do w ith ease i
iv hat Va person would natural y
suppose was the easiest thing in
thile world. Doy .l in the
first.place ho 1 grasps
the decaniter, I e misty
marks of five is on the
glittering cistal, ich ought to
be pure as Cornelia's fame ?
Then mark at what an acute an-
gle he holds hisright elbow as if
he were meditating an assault on
his neighlbour's libs ; then see
how he claps the bottle down a-
gain as if his object were to shake
the pure ichor, and make it mud-
dy as his own brains. Mark how
the animal seizes his glass,-by
heavens he will break it into
thousand fragments See how
he bows his lubberly head to
meet half way the glorious cargo;
ihowv he slobbers he beverage b-
ver his unmeaning guilet, and:
chucks down the glass so as aI-
most to breakiAs stem after he
is emptied it of its contents as
if they had been jalap or- castor-
oil Call you that taking a glass
of wine ? Sir, it is putting wine
into your gulliet es you would put
small beer into a barrel. .
# Men are de-.
cidedly morb awkward than "all-
commanding woman," every
where, exception olWe road.
A newly married couple are
invited to a-_ wedding dinner.--
Though the lady, perhaps, has
run off with a person below her-
in iraunltaiand in station, see. when-
tlirey enter the sotm, how differ-
ertly they behiW.-how grace-
fully she es hler hliead in the
-ine recover froet the withdraw-
ing curisy, and beautifully exi-
tends her hand t9p .the- buld-pated
individual grinning0.o her on the
rug tI' Jile the poor spoon, her
husband looks on, with tie white
ofhis eyes turned up as ifhe were,
sea-sick, ,and .his hands dangle
dangle on his thighs as if he were
trying to lift his own legs. See
how he ducks to the lady of the
house, and simpers across the fire-
place to his wife,)who by- this
time is giving a most spirited ac-
count ,of the .state of the roads,
and the civility of the postillions
near the borders.
Is a man little ? Let him al-
ways if possible stoops We are
sometimes tempted to lay spraw-
Jing in the nud, fellvs of from
five feetto five eight, who 'carry
the back faf) heir heads on thq
extreme summit of the back bone"
and gpe py po heaven as if they
scorn the very ground. Let no
little man wear iron heels. When
we visit a friend of ours in Queen
street we are disturbed from our
labours or conversation by a sound
which resemble the well timed
marching of a file of infantry por
troop of dismounted dragoons.
4e hobble as fast as possible to
the windows, and are sure to see
some chappie of about five ,feet

high stumping on the pavement
with his most properly named
cuddy heels ; and we stake our
credit, we never yet heard sim-.
ilar clatter from any of -his Vviajes-
ty's subjects of a .rational and
gentlemanly heighl;r we mean
from five feet eleven (our own
height) up to six feet three.
Is a man tall ? let him never
wear a surtout. It is the most
unnatural, and thbfIgfore the most
awkward dress,4hat'was ever in-
vented. OOa-tall man, Ifl e
thin, it appears like, a cossack-
trowser on a stick leg if it be
buttoned, it makes his leanness
and lankness still more appalling',
and absurd ; if it be open it ap-
pears to be no part of hr& eo6-
tUme, and leads us to suppose

EP; e seem even to labour to
be a"ward.d e would think
a geniLeman $R-,shake hands
jth a Taam lI a t-Treni without a-
nysymptoms of cabbishness. Not
0a, T'he'liand is jerked out
.t"e one with the velocity 'of a
rocket, awl comes so unexpec-
tedly to tW length of its tether,
tha dislocates the shoul-
de r here'it sands, sway-
Ing tchingat-thie wind, at
the ful extent of the arm, while
the other is half poked out, and
halfl drawn iDn, as if rheumatism
detained the ".upper moietly and
only heloev the cllow ivele at li-
berty to move. After you have
shaken the haud, (but for what
reason you squeeze it, as if it
were a sp(age I can by no means
imagine,) can y i not withdraw it
to your side, an] keep it in the
station where nature and comfort
alike tell you itouight to be ? Do
youth think your breeches' pocket
the most proper place to push
your daddle into ? Do you put
it there to guard the solitary half
crown from the rapacity of your
friend ; or do ou put 'it across
your breast i, cLase ofanunexpec-
fed vider/from your apparently
peeateble acquaintarce on the
opposite side ?
SWho in the, name, of wonder,
taught you touch your hat ?
1oyou inginc tliat any lady will
bel i d by your doffing your
-castoreas if it hurt your h throwi ig your hind up to it., as if
to hold it on against asuddeti gust
of wind, or t0 limg i -on thrrim
witl The poi .l ufyour fore- inger,
as if it Were e nh eieire ofa snuff
:box ? -h ~i \'I1 on be so awk.-
Sr.'d 1 Must T,'arned expounded
vf as,, ; ,,-,t,' t -,;|" ,( '( l, M_: l-.
ber" when your' hat is l'i ly and
gente(-yoff,l tlie best ti g you
can do is topiiut it quietly and
calmly on ahin. Recollect in
these easierit winds that you have
left your wigin the Parliament
House, and besides, some boo!by
of a phrenologist will set you
down in his next philosophical es-
say, as endowed with an enormous
organ of hattiveness, and the-pro-
portions of yourneck may be quite
as well concealed. Stop, my
'dar George, 'youti-intended to
take offyour hatto-.the ladies in
the blue pelisses,- yopr nod was
pretty wei, but your salute as
we say in the army, tvas bestow
ed upon two lady's maids and
three children in a window thge
-oors farther on.
Is it not .,uite absurd that a
man can't even take a glass of
wine without an appearance of in-
finite difficulty and pain ? Ea-
ting an egg at breakfast, we al-
low is a difficult operation, but
surely aglass of wine after din-
ner should be as easy as it is un-
doubtedly agreeable The egg
lies under many disadvantages
If you leave the egg-cup on the
table, you have to study it with

the one hand, and carry the floa
ting nutriment a distance ofabout
two feet with the other, and al-
ways in 'a& confodndedly small
spoon, and sometimes with either
unsteady fingers: To avoid this,-
youltake the egg-cup in your hand
and every spoonful tave to lay it
down again, in order to help your-
self to bread; so upon thd whole
we disapprove of eggs, unless, in-
deed, you take them in our old
mode at Oxford; that is two
eggs mashed up with every cup
of tea, and purified with a glass
-of hot rum. -
But the glass of wine-can any
thing be more easy ? One/would
think not-but if you take notice,
next time you empty a gallon
with a friend, you vill see that,,

that so-.e elongated habit makir
!M giviong.fs a specimen of that
rare bird, the flying taylor.
Concluded in ournext.
"fake 11 the Ladies and Gen-
tlemen you can collect, and put
them into a room with a slow fire.
Stew them well. Have ready
twelve packs of cards, a pianno-
forte,a handful of prints or draw-
ings, and put them in from time
to time. As the mixture thick-
ens, sweeten with politesse, and
season with wit, if you have any;
if not flattery will do ; and is ve-
ry cheap. When all have stew-
ed well for an hour, add some
ices, jellies, cakes, lemonades,
and wines-the more of these in-
gredients you put in, the more
substantial will your route be- -
fillyour room quite full, and let
thescum run off!


From Blackwo -ao zine.
apid a,,d almost unex
ease of populatisewa use AWIVKN.1. .
V;vwhich in little movie Man isl ea nt:)ost '
p ,w have m.ide Magnolia ward animals i"t inhales' f!
f considerable cournun- breath of.li:e. .Tifer,,e isnotling,r
litlmnportan Svarieqy of the resources on which perform with 'the smallest ap-
depe.jd her prOperity and sup- proach to gracefulness or ease.
port, and the'iecessity of having If hlie walks-he hobbles, or
licie of general intelligence jumps, or limps, or trots, or
it where the eail.ust in- sidles, or creeps-but creeping,
t in a commercial as sidling, limping, hobbling, and
lf oilier pointts oif view, jumping are by no means walk-
.obtained together with hlig?- ie sits,-he fidgets, twists
T v'rowting prosperity and in- his legs-nnder .*his chair, throws
'Aeasing population ol this portion his arms over the back of it, and
of the Territory, have induced puts himself into a perspiration,
the subscril)bqr .to present himself by trying to be at his ease. It is
to the public for their patronage, the same in the more complica-.
in support ofa commercial pa.per. ted operations of life. Behold
inh.lis place. 4s the design ofthe that individual on a horse ? See
paper Is,{ tojea general iuttlli- with what persevering alacrity
"gencer for't fovVn and country, to lie hobbles up and down from the
aid in the dissemintMaor useful coupe to the pommel, while his
information to every class of oS ? horse goes quietly at an amble of
.citizens, the conflicts ad asperi. fromfour to five miles in the hour.
ties of political parties, Which See howv his knee;, flying like a
can'lotdny thing al but promote w ivre's shutt)e,-fromn one ex-
the objects for wh1h 1tis ilnteli tre.ity of the sa dle to nnOtlher,
ded, will be excluded from its instroy, in a pleasure ride fiirnm
columns. When not otherwise Edlinburg to Ro;Im, the good grey
atCupied they will be enrii kerseye, nres, whih tvere glitter-
wi'h-selections from the most.1,i ing ,a da.y or twoago i '(,, ife 'iind
proved periudial li.blicalio"s ol Vi-ilis's shmp. Tli hnhise be -ins
Sthe day, ?iuwith such original to gaJltp-Bless our soul the
matter as -ay fiom time to time gentleman wilt decidedly roll off
be furnished, to.add inte--est and The reins were never intended
usefulness to its ,,pages. The to be pulledd like a peal of Bob
earliest intelligence, upon sub" M0jors ; your head my friend,
,jets in any way connected with ought to be on your own shoul-
*the interests of the Territory, ders, and nt. pjokig. out between
willl be given, and from the assi,- your charge r's ens ;. oaud your
.tane which has generously, ,ei horse ought to se is 1i6xerlioris to
ffd.rec bv entl'em n nf 1- ,t _a ,j a'nd nrot you. It i -I &
.. oCientnic .a!qyu ements, ..yasl. ay,. y..11. ave canter d
of extensive means of informa- vomttro miles, and now yo re
ton, tlie editor is 6confident of wipming your brows, asiyou hlad
being amply able to redeem his run the distance in half the time
ein .. 'o onfoot.
SA pricecurrent ofthe products We go to a ball.- Mercy upon
eC. our country,. and of the articles us is this what you call dancing ?
. of'foreign growth and manufac- A nean of thirty years of age, and
ture :int iMs.,and other markets, with legs as thick as a gatepost,
will beregularly furnished, caie- stands up in the middle of the
.ully, and accurately ,coureted room, anid gapes, and fumbles
fro., uthe to time from t, w-th-. ... uuua., ; the
by th different ari'vals- fi"om time as if he were burying his
other pots. -: .. ;Arau mother. At a given signal,
In thus prisenig a brief 'out. the unvieldly anima puts hi Imself
line of his views, the -Edtor feels in a molion: he throws out _i,,
confident, TroTn ilie.variety- ofhis arms, couches up his shoulders,
Resources, and from advantages and, without moving a muscle of
of locationn, of offe-ing to his pat- his face*, kicks out his legs, to
rons an useful add interesting the manifest risk of the bystan-
Journ-l which shall entitle him ders, and goesback to his place
to the support of a liberal and puffing and blowing like an otter,
enlightened community. after a half hour's hunt Is this
A.. ^.T^ .i dancing ? Sh:,des of the filial and
CO- DITIOZNJS. .paternal Vestris : can this be a-
The Advertiser widl be printed at 4 specimen of the art which gives
ollars ter : nnum' in d vance, ir 5 elasticity to the most inert con-
-' Wtrs if ;-pxiyment is," delayed till the ,.. .
expirationii:.the y'-f formation, which sets the blood
.Adverfismftents inserted at the rate glowingwith a warm and genial-
,- en y five cents per sq.- re for fow. and makes beauty float be-
6,!e filst unsertion and thutv s-leni.an,1 ,t .. i --
1 :.Xnts for each conti-d A l l fore our ravished senses, stealing
advertisements willnhe continue; %^il our admiration by the graceful-
rei :' id'. ness of each- new motion, till at
.. Magnoi. a, Dec. 8th 1 p last our souls thrill to each war-,
.. .' n.g movement, and dissolve into-
BURLEY & STEELE, ecstacy ,nd love-? Maiden with

:. Have'for Sale. the roses lying among the twi-
."" -: nings of thy long red hair think
S ECI-.E't) E by the latesar not that the art of dancing consists
vals merely in- activity and strength.
50 barrels old whiskey Thy limbs which are none of the
80 do n'w -Stuper!fine Flodir weakest, were not intended to be
1 0o.o Pil.t 'read the rivals of a pavior's hammer :
5000 it) 'aco '--ams and ,th artificer who trimmed thy
s h u. blocks, had no idea that-his labors
,x shoulders
w ::-- ere to be lifted three feethigh-
Allum and rotId Allur. er than thy natural height from
.. Salt. ..; the ground ; spare thyself suchC
Braggy, 1 Vine, Sugai .f- dreadful exertion, we beseech
S. fee &c. &t. tht anil considtthat tliro.;an-
SMang aV general- k*l, Ab.ough.strgg and '.ig. as
in the: -Grocery snd '._..;eorge's it lols, may. 4)e
Inlise. b,. en or sprainedd with suli sal-
Magnolia dec. 12. : stations. -

Ambiguity of speech som'e-r
times leads to very sad' mistakes.
A militia captain received a bil-
let from a lady of fashion), re].
questing "the pleasure 'of his
company to tea" ou a certain
eveiing. Now a query arose
how to understand the word com-w
pany ; a.d the captain bei-g a
man of real military views, very
natural came to the conchuston,: .
hafit ilieawt neither niore nor
es.s than the company of militia
which he bad the -onour, to com-
inndn d icordingly what "uas
the astl ment of his hostess
and her friends to behold, not on-.
ly the captain, but his whole'
company, from the highest sub-
altern tq tue most ragged private,
armed ati equipped w their usu./
al style, punctual to the hour of
invitation, dry as dust, tnd hun-
gry as lions? Never was uclih
consternation in the drawing room
before. The old ladies lifted up
their hands and eyes in -astonish-
ment ; the young ladies screanm-
ed as ifthey had seen a spider or
a snake; theidandies exclaimed,
,"They'd ought -to be shot Its a
bore, Its a positive bore -
The master of the house bit his
lip wfih vexation, and the -iostess
Sin duty bound, went- into the
hysterics. In'which situation we
leave them to the sympathy and
consideration of the reader.


Improved Fire-arms.
Aman having sold a gunrto amt
lrishman, he soon returned with
it, Vomplaining that the barrel
vwaa Iich bent. "Is if!" said he
"tiwI ought to have charged
more for it." "Why so ?" said
the other. "Because these pie-
ces-are constructed for shooting
round a corner." .

S('he fitlowing article from a
London paper of June 16, 1785,
shows the estimation in which
the American character.was held
in England at that period.J
Mr. Adams, the American
Minister, will be presented to
the Queen to-morrow ; and after.
wards, having announced himself,
in that character' to the foreign
Ambassadors, will receive the
visits, of .such as are of equal
rank with himself.
Query-"'Who are they -.
Last week a circumstance hap-
pened. the most. humiliating to
this'country that ever we beheld.
Although we cannot say that this
broke in upon us by surprise, we
being -sufficientlyr prepared to
meitit ;,. e what true lover of
his country is there, who did not
feel a speechless pang, whenl he
heardthit tie Ambassador from
the United States had aa audi.,.


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[VOL. 1.


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Magnolia, December 19,, .1228.




Oce with Ils Milanic Majesty ?
To be resigmd uiiJder this stroke
is not easy. Those wretelies
whose miniscoducut a 1d bltundiers
have brought us to this pass have.
hate now completiid their tri-
umph ; and they miy--. continue,
fo. the rewainider ofa. iite fe
since forfeited to ;juslTce, -
suit the feelings of a depressed
national spirit.

Governor Duval lis exertions
inl promoting he prosperity.-
Placed, without his'l* aolicita-
fion, or that .olis frienA,, and e-
vea without his knowledge at the
Stilne of his a:ppo'ii t, in a high-
ly" responsible n, at the
earliest period d6essio,
bhas at the exp eavy v
'nhiiry sacrloted tie
most i1deiatiga i tiring
attention to hier inter
At thle call of his he
gave ulip the case and c -ts of
society an n in affluent fortun.e
at hobeine f. 'ai1 ins -and
hairdhi e.e1n M aplole(]
I )en1i, t W x pj o if-e'd
wilds f t. a time" when
all this p.oir y Territory,
was .supposed to 1e a barren
waste, inhabited only by hostile
tribes of Indians. The dread of
encouniteriig these savages, aind
the ,want of enterprise among the
civlized settlements of the Ter.-
ritory had kept them in total igno-
rance of the most valuable .por-
tions.of it. On his app)oinument
asGovernrhe determined on ex-.
ploring it personally. ,But the
undertaking was considered so
wild and hazardous, that no white
person could be found hardVy e-
nough to accompany him, as an
interpreter on an enterprise,
whichwas believed to be so re-
plete within dangers-even with
the offer of one hundred dollars
per moth. Unattended by any
other than a hired negro, and his
own servat, he commenced Iris
arduous attempt, nd we bie4eve
for nearly two years was engaged
in exploring tnoseW trackless for-.
ests, which are now becoming
the most valuable portions of our
count;jy. During these two years,
oesided the 'aties, and priva-
.t'ons incide1tai to a life of con-
ant exposure, the whole.of his
1aiury,' was expended in the pub-
lict. service, ie made hfiaseli
master of every bay, harbour, &
.iiet, on taecoasatdof all the
localities of theinterice, and-com-
pieteJy deveioped.the resuurces
of the couAtry, His coiLmAiica--
Giun- tu Government, excited sur-
prise Iaud an l *stowmuiett, and his,
penvate friends could scurcely
C1eda bis descriptions.
A e-iun of sterility, was sud-
denly -converted into extensive
tracts ofrtich and fertile lauds,
adapted to Lbthe richest products of
any country, with its forests va-.
,legated with flowers of every
-ue, and the variety of its ever-
greens, exhibiting in the midst of
winter, the verdure and cheer-
fulness of spring..
The subsequent exertions of
Governor'Duval. were ihot tess
efficient and enificial. He had
to contend with strorig local pre-
judices, andgombat against sec-
tonal and private interests. But.
ijeenjoyed the entire l unlimi-
'fd confidence of Mr. unroe,
and subsequently of Mr: Adams,
and by his unwearied efforts and

industry,,he was enabled to sur-
mount every obstacle, which pre-7
seated i selfin establishing and
organizing the Territorial Gov-
ernment. He hsitated at no
personal or pecuniary sacrifice
in forwarding his schemes for the
-pubnc good. When thie Indians
manifested a disposition to open
hostility, and the alarm was at its
greatest height, he received in-
formation from his friends at
home, that his -pecuniary affairs
there, were in a disastrous train,
and that without his speedy re-
turn, inevitub b ruin must result.
His conduct this occasion was
worthy of his character, and of
the trust reposed in him.-t-His
reply this friends was, that no
pecuniary sacrifice could induce
him to desert "AAeost, in the hour
of danger... :
'f B stablishnie6;:of the seat
OV Gent at it'sO present cen-
tral and highly eligible situation
was effected by him, atconsider-
personal sacrifice, in first
pi curing the necessary buildings,
at a time, when labour and mate-

rixi re at exorbitant prices-
no appropriation, having been
made by Governmant for that
purpose.w Throt whole of
his official dutie xertions
of.the Governor h" "en char-
acterized by the most disimteres-
ted Znal,and withou. any of that
ostentatious display, with which
many Whose services are-, ess
deserving of (he meed o _se,
are willing t1illaz eir
deeds, It" well known
that no otl.h1B ory has hith-
erto enjoyed, in such a degreT,
the fostering care odfthe G(
ment, as our own-and nin.
considerable portion ofWle ben
fits thus enjoyed, havwieen ob-
tained by the private lica-'
tions of the Govirnor1-
sidents Munroe and Ad ah1
have never met the _pubt eye.
We repeat therefore, that no
man, more richly deserves the
esteem, and gratitude of our citi-
zens. .iut unhappil:, noconduct,
however correct, eud no motives,
however pure, are a sufficient
safeguard, against the shafts (of
calumny and deractia and pub.-
lieCvworth, and pri ate virtues, are.
wantonly and maliciously assailed
by the undeserving: and unprinci,
pled. We do not ish to be mis-
understood-thoug" we do not in-.
tend to deviate froal the course
which we marked out for our-
selves, we deem it a sacred, and
an indispensable duty, to our coun-
try and to ourselves, as .well as
to our meritorious -and destin-
guished public officers, to defend
.and sustain them, against the in-
vidious attacks of those, who in
spite of ignorance, and want of
merit, have the arrogance and
effrontery, to assail them with
base and slanderous falsehoods.

General .Macomb,.and'we leu gl l. territories
that every order,-ftit has bbe weq7. 1he Turks
transmitted to him lias been sent enrag3n at such a breach of faith
direct from the President ..a were animated with a spirit of
commander in Chief ex 0 rbyvawt,. The Janissaries iv-n
,, ,, 1 !.., 3
He has personally told tl;l to beg Amaruth-, .-
sidentthat cannot sub '"as Mahomet l-h it
General Macomb'lo Bl ig and inexperieif'e,
has earnestly entr lit1i4IselT at their .head.
matter might be su stenbte. and marched to
court of enquiry. O If iigd- meeffte Chtian "army, whicbh
states that the ers generally he fouindiAear'e city of Sirna,"
deny the iolh e President to, islaus,-.aseady to received
dismiss. tithe armn ,and bolih rmies joinedbat-^-
le neer -of le,. A'maruth," says the(.i
t. al-houhg rian, wore in hisbosogni[h
.a "' a t is ty which had been so
ill he number sworn to, and so shaniefu ll '
Shisfriei le itvill de- lated ; held it up in the esng \
prive the sere of b6c fits a- ment, \hen hefoutd the u"
blest officers. It is well known of bis.-Aroopt gi.in to slac en,' .
tliat Genal .IJackson had a sharp a))ppeA+ to.ab-U- as a witness of
correspondence with Geu. Scott, the perjury of the Cristians, and .
which ended ii personal Aenmity, beseeching him to reven ..
but we have hIard that the Pre- insult offered to the S
sident elect hlas avowed qis de- tions. The Chis01tadi
termination to repress his resent- feared with g,041' sJiatifB
ment and to cause 1mple usite an obstinateo 're j: .
to be done to Gen. Scott, if, or laus fell with .I vord "'
due enquiry, it is found that injus- hand, aill covert lhh wounds ; ,
tice has been done to i.lim. This Cardinal CaesariA sunk by his
course of conduct will give the side ;,.and(ten thgqand Polv m,-
newv President increased popular- who g "ar(e heir" monarch, co-
ity in the army,.,ard afford agrati- vered witlh'ieir dead bodies '
fying presage of an elevated nonrly the same-ground on w
course of action. It reminds one, they were drawn up. AmarT, Y
of the magnanimity of Louis XI: thus .victoridb,- resigned once
of France, onbeing solicited to moretherod of empire." What
do something that would be inju- a im.ble subject for painting would
rious to one who had shown him- this .,ocideut furnish.
self to beoneof hissharpesi.ene- Mass. Jc.maL.
mies before he came to the -
throne.-41'", he .King. o'f France THE 01C W CAVERN.
doth not concern himself with the here is a avern i the idand -
injuries of the Duke of Orleans," of Hoonga. cne oflht Tonga
which was his title before he ards, inthe South Pacific ocean
came tw the cro%.n. als h Sut aiic'e*
came to thecrown. whictcan only be entered by di-
i r ." vingintq.the sea ; and it .has no
weekly state of the lecury other light;" "han what is riected
from observations taken each day from th tn. of the enter.
-,-, .. ... ". o :'!-from t10Dh&t, Ii t a er-.
at Sunrise, Meridlian dnd Sunset, % ci. i. ; e i c ci
. T 1 .4 r. 5.}'AyounC.. hiere-iscoivered it acl-
by .t'arenuelts i ner mnom eter 4 11 ,,r, *. .< -.
by Farenhe ts her. meter dentally, while diving aftei a tur#
.UnnrSe,. Mlel lrian. sunsett., n. -- ,i .
Sunrise. Meridian. Sunset.ie; and the use whichhe made
,4d .0d 65d tie,, and us* W hichhemade
12th, 64d 780d 65d of the discover w ill, prbabi
l4th, 66d 76d 70d be sung inmere than one Eureo
15th 68d 7d 65d pean language, sobeautifully is it
hg ... adapd c -o a tale in. verse. ;,4-
1 6 t h --46 d 6 -1 d of .- S"" .
-8th, 5*3d ione of the chiefs formed a plan of
Varna.-This place wich is insurrection. It was betrayed, --
Varna. splaeand the chief wwii-%1--
now about to become memorable and the c ef with iis fa imily
friand kin, was ordered to 'ie a-.-
for an important conict in our stroked.
own times, was in the 15th cen- t e- .

Vih'ailtaes of a large ,Bonnet.
-A (*ht"jn sfoi, pap'r inentions
a ca 1 vor'/ iTracuao s p sre-,rvatiun
o{ life at Ma.rgate. A iady*ywas
walking o;> the cliff ithWhher
child, when her bonnet blew into-
the sea, the lady starting. to savv
it fell d-ra r,,,,-'g "her infant with
her into the occcan Fort'inately
she and her child fell exac-rtly jif.
to the middle of the bonnet, wh-en
the lady, using the parasol she
had with her by way -of a scull
paddled hrseil ashore to the
great admiratioQ of the specta-

English Paper.


YVisit of G(overnor thivaa.
On Friday last,, our Citizens
were gratified withth te first visit
ef Governor Duval., to our place,
since-its establishment. His Ex-
cellency was attended by eve-
ral Gentlemen from Taltahass'ee,
on an excursion of pleasure, to
tlhe mouth of the river. is un-
expected appearance Bng us,
at a late i,,ur, prevented our et
izens from denmonstrat n, their.
re pect for his character. %nd es,
timation ofhbs publicserviqes, by
a natiral salute. He.vx' hoiiw-
-ever cordially wel omed among
us, and a committee, appointed
for the put pose, addressed him
a note of invitation, before his de-
parture down the river, to par-
take of a public Dinner on his re-
turn, of which the Tollowing is a
copy _
The Sullscribers a Committee
of the Citizens.of'Magnolia, ap.
pointed for the purpose, reW st
the lionor of Governor D)ual's
company to dinner on uMtu:y,
next the 15th Instant. *
Wm L. Haskin-,
0G. I]1 n.itlen,
,B Byrd.

Mganolia Dec. 13, 1828.
GiE TLErMEN.-Your politchin-
vltation to partake of a pubHc.
Di..nor on Monday next is re(t-
ved with feelings of respect and
gratitude. d "
I regret that my official .Ies
will compel mme to decline this
favorable opportunity of joinuing-
our fellow citizens of M1Iagnolia,
to Whom I solicit you, t^ present
Smy sin8erethanks as wlI as my
best wishes for the increase aul
prosperity, of their new and coinm-
mercial Town.
For yourselves individually be
pleased to accept my respect and
Your Fello6w Citizen,
TVWi. L. Haskins, A
Geo. Hamlen, \ Esqrs.
Benrj. Byrd,
Members of the Committee.
.Pur citizens regretted, not4ha-
ving an oppor' unity of manifesting
the estimalion in which they held
his valual6le Iub)lic services,
whilst they felt their respect foir
rhis character increased, by thise
retiring habits, which seek rather
to avoid, than to cour exA eti-
bition ofparade and os 'iion.
To no other individual does our *
TIerritory -ow .so (uch, as to
= -.1^ -" :

List of Shipping owned im the
Town of Magnolia.
BrH a-aner I34 Tons, W. L.
-lask o.
`Schoone,.--4sFscambia 48 do.
Burley and tHamlens,
Schooner H]annauh & Sarah 43
do. Burley- and Elderkin.
SchootaAr _,'i,-cj -t'\ f ri" S'? do.
"i. L, Haskins & Co.
Schooner Alert30 do.- 3. E.
Brow ne. f
Sloop Eagle 76 do. D.-Burley.
It is worthy of remark, and
may perhaps remove any doubts
which may exist, of the prosperi-
ty and increase of our place, that
the only shipping owned in this
collection District is owned by
the citizens of this town. Ayear
previous to 'thefourth of last July,
the first vessel was brought up
the rivers 'was to this place.
At that time ndta tree had been
cut nor a step taken towards its
'si *

tury, the scene of a, victory-byT
the Turks, under Amureth II, o- be
ver the Polish and Hungarian an
army, of a very remarkable char- se
acter. Amarath was the father fot
of Mahomet II the conqueror of th
Constantinople, and was destin: da
guifhledfor havingthrice'resigned da
the sceptre in favour of his son. tr
having been compeHed twice to inl
resume it to meet the exigencies re
of the times. Amarath laid siege he
to censtantinople, and had placed
the.city in imminent danger, m
when he was attacked by the ro
Hdungarians and the Poles, led by de
Hunniades. TaivodeotfTransyi- to
vania, and General to Ladislaus di
VI, King of Poland, whom the sa
Hungarians had raised to the "st
throne. They defeated him in a
general engagement, and compel-. se
led him to sue for peace. Ama-.,fo
ruth and Ladislaus concluded ac- tc
cordingly a solemn trtfce for ten si
years, the one swearing upon the te
,Koran, and the other upon the as
Gospel. Amaruth then, weary L
of the cares of empire; resigned -v
his sceptre in favour of liis son, 'c(
but was soon compelled to resume s(
it, by the perfidy of his enemies.
The Turks, relying onlhe faith- hi
ful observance of the Whaty, had t(
withdrawn their forces into Asia. is
The temptation to attack them w
at this favorable opportune k
was too str for the honour
-their enehmii, and Caesarini, the, p
kope's legate in Germany, 19r- ta
suaded LJajslaus, that the treaty
with the Tusks was of no ob4i a- tl
tion, as it had n' c.
wit. e con of t F.
Th Ol en U .
Ord a tru to"1 b
and released Ladislaus, #Fm a b

He had a beastifut alaughter,.
trotted to a chief fhighb rank,
d she also was included ia the
utence. The youth who had
unid rtfliefiavern, and had kept
eseciefttahimself, loved this!
1ms& ; l;e.apprised her of her
nger, And persuaded her to
ust herself to him. They got
toa canoe, and the place of her
.,treat was described to her on
er way thitlfr.
These women swim like mer-
aids. She divedafter him,Snd
se in the cavern. In the' wi-
est part, this subterranean grot- S
is about fifty feet, anti its me-
um height guessed at the
me the rokting h4ng with
alactites. *
Here he brp her. ch '
st food, the o clot e maW
r her bed, and sandal" 'ojNk
perfume herself ; here h
te ,s often as was co
'41rudence ;r e,

, c6oed and w~p the"
0i make tih nte".
omplete.-he had long 16vei
secret, vhen he hbd no hope. A
X timee he ,.danrd, w
is dants, male nd'ffniale,
o ein ate in secret.to 'fre Fijii
lands ; and his intentif-.hwa,"s so
vell concealed,tht thee enibar-
ed in safety p hips.,peple ag '
pd him on te paint.- of their, de- 1
ag ure, whether he would not
a:N wit hv 4. I Tonga wife. r
47b toti ir great astonishment,
herefore, having steered close: -
1,( 61 4-re ied the '
',-.went into theae1V
"Bb. .He then ^ P^pe l
atl l.. just as th, e e",

A report seems to have gained
credit in New York, o|af Major
General Scott, has 'Wea dismais-
sedl from the United States Ser-
vice, by command of the Presi-
de t
T'rhis rumour" says the Jour-
nal of Commerce of the 29th No-
vember, "came to us from the
lips of a gallant officer, who was
himself distinguished by his valor
in the late war, and now occu-
pies an important .station in the
army. It seems that General
Scott has acted with deliberation
min this matter, and as he thinks
comports with his own rights and
character, and the integrity and
honor of the army. It is well
known that on the lamented death
of Major General Brown, Gen.
Scott claimed, as matter of right,
precedence over Gen. Maeaomb.
as candidate for the office of com-
mander in Chief of the Army.---
On the appointment of his rival,
General cott tendered his resig-
nation, with the intention,,d fem-
barking for Europei bui the Pre-
sident, instead of receiving it,
appointed him to a'rtemote station
on a se arate command. Scott
belivieqth he was the senii
officer, ecTared lie could noT
yield obedience to the orders of


at his long disappieair -e, h v. V
rose with i 0istres from tl i B
water. r,

In course of a Bee es per
7.e pa ring tremat ed', Fj .ed and Pin

ce, mo emne "-co"L Cargo.
S11 the1Qpressor~d,.and the6-- ye Flour

returned to Vavaso. :dan Meal,
an ues DoUdo Ghd
i pftnd li f "ea "P ROVISION S.
Inl.6ou rse of a t d1t0.V ---.Beef Mess per bl
p_4eihuring City, A10;'. .^ Prime
WeCe, 1. e'Mi2t1,,owy - Cargo
p,)re- ,pra ct L da YPoj k mess 1;

v tio21s^ '^a^- yis:d'-.ou .. .t. Groix

.see 1 .- rae his muscular ,leai-
t. i 'empt to force and ( l-a ;ow,
t- Jl.. %' 11 ^' 16- -- "'IT ?
s 2ofnvy c -'. Do Muscovf
-d not vJir B. at.-' Brazil Whit
J.tion of the most Do Brown
orporePal gintusion Lump
,a1chirt- -.' ` -- Loaf
-.Did ot ../r.. to TALLO W,
i'ke t.hefpla init Foreign
yann'your situation' id you,- American a
^'oLio leiS tise inPsts Eb anuiiw, lr ,
'CieCv oiftl'e'?lte,'Catio, ; ad was ,.-RfA'E I
-there ,an og interfering be-
tween yo that
could in1 & Opti-
Slar faculties, or creaele tV ob-
ness of vision ?" "Sr -.
ay were not y'ur organs of
t in a situation to have a clear
- imclouded, and bright view of
This mostfvillanous, despicable,
unnatural, foul, outrageous, enor-
mous, rancorous and bloody tran- PORT OF
-action ?" "Sir ?'-*Did you ARR
not plainlysee .Mr. B. knockMlr. Schr.Maria
D. down,? "Yesi sir, I did.' Orleans, via P
v /? da pilaehacola, w
Letter from a Gentleman to ,i er1cndlisti
his guardian, announcing the corn Klein, Locker
nencement of a Chancery suit lcCarty, D E
against him.Uncle--en G & N. Han
"My dear Uncle-The t Iessrs Marti
and audacious manner in which Son
you have appropriated the pro- Schr. Charl
perty of which you were appoin- Ne.w Orleans,
ted trustee by my father's will, to E. Klein,
has made it necessary that I Joore, S. Cu0
should commnende proceedings in CLE
chancery against you, for the Schr. Alert,
purpose of obtaining an account, leans.
and, finally, of compelling you to c B
refund. However great my pro- One Sloi9)
vocations 'y-a, &een.1 smY.'.. .- e MSoINt]
pot tave adop)tedthis, course it The Schoon
'had not Been -distinctly assured, co
t-j the counsel whomI have re- reked on thi
stained on my -.e, that unless you e shoals o
interpos- useless delays, the stit and the crew a
has every chance of being termi- al1l si numb
nated within fifteen years. With a six innum,
... The Ship W
the best wishes for the prosperity tenbur, was
of yourself and your family, be- venber, on he
lieve me, my dear ur.cle, your e- ree R.I. Pa
ver grateful and affectionate ne- saved.
phew :"., .- ....--,s^..f.y-

ounce the fol
SIt. agolia. Candidates foi
the Town of M
Dec 19, 1828. preaching elec
Iacon, Hams & Shoul- Somuel Cul
ders, per lb. 10 a 1.- len, 'Benjgmini
Butter, 18. Klein, Edward-
Cotton upland 9 a 9 1-4 C. B. Gause,
do. Sea Is'and saw gin 12. 12.1-. THOSE of
do._ do. do. Roller do. -18. the "Advertis(
Corn per bushel, 80. receive their p
Deer skins per pound 10. favor by send
Efs per doz. ., 18. tho.e holdno

Flour superfine new per

please forward
names and resi,

- a 7 62 POR REY WEST
ft PA p .- ml~

7 62

650 a
4 75 a
2 75 a
23 a



a 7
a 7
a 7
a 4




9 a ll
8 a 9
12 a 13
10 a 11
11 a 12
8 a 9
15 a 16
,17 a 14

lb 8 a 9
do 7 a 8


, Baker, from New
ensaco'a and Ap-
ith a full cargo of
o iM. MartinZ E.
iman & Craig, T.
B. Macomb and J.
ilen. -Passengers,
in, Le Baron and

es hays, Rawlins,
with merchandise
J. W. Argyle, J.
lver and others.
, Taylor, New Or-


ot vet reported.
exr Sainuel, S. Wy-
ewvv York, was
e 20th November,
ff Barnegat inlet,
nd passengers, in
er ivere lost.
7illiam, fiom Got-
ost on the 9th No-
r passage to War-
sscngers and crew

e re tested to an--
lowing persons as
r" Councilmen for
magnolia at the ap-
ver, George Ham-
Byrd, Edward
Seixas, A. Steele,
Andrew Rush.
the Patrons of
cr" who may not
aper, will do us a
ing us word, and
subscriptions will
us a list of the
dence of their sub-

S00 IS hereby given that an elec-
0O tion for seven Councilmen for the
15 Town of Magnolia, will be held
50 at the house of Mr. Allen Fair-
35 cloth on the first Monday of Janu-
12 ary next.
18 Nathaniel Hamlen,
2 00 Thomas A Cotton,
Allen Faircloth.
3. Judges of Election.
11 Magnolia dec 19.
-I V "NENDERS his services to the
1 public in the different bran-
..Qlhes of the Commission business ;
/.recievinig, selling and forwarding
a 8 produce apd other articles con-
:a 8 signeilto..his.,ire. He hopes by
assiduity:aidIttentio.1, to merit a
75 pPortoWn oftheir patronage.
2 g:-At lia December 19. 2-tf


Savannah & Norfolk.

tain BRIGHT,

to sail on or about the first of Jan.
can accommodate a few passer.-
gers, apply to
Winm. L Haskins & Co.
magnolia Dec. 19.


r. 1 HE new andt
I substantial


TAYLO t. Master, will positive-
ly sail on Sutidaynext, for freight
of a few bales (having most of her
cargo iv,) or passage having good
accommodations, apply on Board.
Magnolia Die-ember 19.,

L. WA, Bnrnet" -
W ILL receive .by the next
arrivals, and offer to his
friends and the p&blie generally
a complete assort aint of
Ready made Clothing.
Consisting of the followingg sea.-
sonable articles- Viz.
Blue, Black, Oive and Miixt
Frock Coats of 4ti)crrfiue cloth.'
0o. common ai(1l sattinett do.
Fine cornmoi,,&.
Black, Blue,aniid other coJour-
ed fine Dress ,oads,
Common and low priced do.
Steel mixi,-Olive cloth, and
Sattiiette Coatees, -,
Blue, Black, Olive and bteel

Satiinette ancd uingup Cord do
Duck, C0Jlmock.-Cottonat1e) a
new article, and Granduville -do
and Round Jackets. -
Plain and striped silk Velvet
Florentine and english Silk,
Buff, Valencia atnd' Marseilles,
white and ccloured Marseilles,,
striped Valencia, Blue and Black
cloth-and Cassiniere do, making
a complete assortment of fancy
and plain Vests.
Gentltmens Camblet and plaid
-.l-kao, t. Oa c e vt'r Coats.
SLadi, s Scotc6 and Carolina
Plaid Cloaks,
A'ii"es and Boys do.
Plain and ruffled linen shirts,
Fine and comn on ruffled and
plain cotton do, .
V\ bite and red Flannel, check
and guernsey do. -
Linen, cotton andflanmel draw-
ers '

White, mixt, and Lambswool
stockings and sockt.
SWiALe cravatsi, black silk do,
Linen and cotton sliirt collars,'
Roilcred patent, and plain silk
Plain knit, cotton and worsted
Cravat stiffeners, a-nd black and
coloured silk stocks.
Umbrellas and Walking canes.
Hats from the best Nor-
thern Manufactories, of
Beaver and far seal Biack, White
and Drab, Imitatiun and Castor,.
' White and black Wool dCO
Boys do, Fur seal Caps, Hair
$nd ssar cloth do,, an excellent
article for travellers.
Ladies Leather and seal skin
Morocco and Prutiella do.
Mens calf skin shoes
H and Brogans, conm--
Smon and pegged do
Seal, cait skin Boots, Morrocco,
dancing Pumps.* .,
Together with a variety of/
Domestics suitable for the sea-r
son, as
White and Blue, and White
Cotton sheeting, white and
Brown shirtings,
Checks and stripes? Ginghams
Osnaburgs, and kerseys,
Black and mixt Linseys for ne-
groclothing. ,
A4n assortment of plain and
fancy colored Calicoes, of a va-
riety of prints.
An Invoice of fine apd common
Blue, Black) Olive, Brown and
mixt Cloths)

~a rrc~ra-~r~l Ib I I-~--

John W. Argyle-

."HE subscriber has opened a
L 6'School in Magnolia, for the'
instruction of youth in the vari-
ous branches of an English educa-
tion, and solicits the patronage
of those disposed to encourage
the cultivation of learning ing this
Terms made known on appli-
cation at the subscribers room.
A. Rush.
Magnolia dec. 19, 2-tf

f bales Bales of Linseys
of various qualities,
83 and 4 point Blankets'-
And 8-4 to 11-4 Rose do.

g@ doz. Negro hats
Osnaburgs, &c
For sale by
AMagnolia dec. 12.


HE office of the Mag-
Tnolia Advertiser was
entered on the night of the 9th
inst, and a large red Morrocco
Pocket Book taken out with,
Thomas J.nthony Hayden."
written on the outside of it. It
contained one note of Fifty Dollars
on the Bank of the U. States with
the same name written on it, and
one of each of the initials T A H
printed on each of three corners
on its back. It also contained a
note of hand drawn by H. Sim-
monq in favour of James CJark,
for $13 00, and one by C. Mitchel
to Henry Covert for $2 50, both
of said notes were given at St.
Augustine, the dates not recol-
lected ; and some letters of no
particular value.
The above reward will be gi-
ven for the recovery of the Pock-
et book and contents, and Ten
Dollars more for thq.detection of
the THIEF. .: .
Magnolia, Dec. 12, 1828.

Executed at this lOfice with
neatness and despatch.



Fine, common and sttel li1
Cotton Cards.
Point and Rose Blankets, Lie.
Offered on the most reasonable
terms for Cash, or country pro-
duce, as, Cotton, hides, Deer
Ski:.s &c.
Magnolia Dec. 19. 2-tf.

No. 1.
12 do Candles,
An assortment of Crockery, -
hardware, Glass and Tinware.
Hats, Shoes, Brogans, &c. &c.
Magnolia Dec. 8. 1-tf.
HE Proprietors, f the Town -
of Magnolia offer for sale, all the
remaining Lots in said Town.
Eligible situations for private
dwellings, Stores and Ware Hou,-
The first improvements in this
Town were made one year since
itnow contains 200 inhabitants,
40 houses occupied as dwellings,
Stores and Were Houses, besides
other out houses, many others
are building, 9 respectable Mer-
cantile establishments are in full
operation, two Public Housesof
entertainment, a Weekly JVeuws.
paper ; it has a Weekly mail
from Tallahassee ; a good spring,
Well and River water for fa,.
ily's use : the situation high dry
and healthy-as the past season
has established beyond a doubt c
It has an extensive country trade
with the interior of this Territo.
ry, and the State of Georgia : 2
regular Packet vessels runimonth.
ly to New Orleans, it also carries
on a regular trade with N. York
and other Northern Cities. -
This town is situated in Mid-
dle Florida. Leon County, nine
miles from the Gulf of Mexico at
the head of the navigation on the
St. Marks River, five and a half
miles N. N. E. from Fort St.
Marks : sixteen miles S. S. E .
from Tallahassee : North latti.
tude 0Sd 14m accessible to ves-
sels drawing eight and a half
feet water.
One fourth part of :the pur-
chase money paid down, the re-
maindtA in twelve months. War-
ranteedeeds given on the receipt
of the last payment.- The TI-
TLE undoubted, founded on .U.
united States, Pdl TEJA TS
dated Novemoer Ist 1827.
Magnolia Dec. 12.



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HL AS just received per the
Charles Hays from New Orleans,
a general assortment cf
among which Lre the following
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses,
Chocolate, assorted liquors,
butter, lard, soap, Mackerel,.
Potatoes, crackers, raisins,
Glass, earthen, and stbne
ware, nails, powder, lead &c.
ALSO on Consignment,
1-2 doz. pair Patent Ballances
All of the above articles will be
sold low for cash,.
Magnolia Dec. 19. 2-tf.

ASr now landing from Schr.
I Charles Hlays, a freth sup-
ply Qf
Loaf and brown sugar,
Coffee, Flour ; prime and
cargo pork ; lard, sperm and
tallow candies, cog. Brandy,
Teheriffe, sweet and dry
Mal-iga wines, boxes assor-
ted cordials ; pepper ginger,
and mustard.
An assortment of castings, of su-
perior quality.
Magnolia Dec. 19.







I T H- undersigrn.
Sed 'peCtfully
No twice, that he( has taken
|ne estab'shmient in ltfi pi.ca:
known as the.
where he is prIi- ared to enter -
tain visitors and traveler -
His table will alw4 Ys M beuVr-.
tished with the be-st th miket
affords-his Bar with the: con ,
cest wines.and liquor, & O i M
stables wilh good lorage ano -e-*t
ful attendants.
Magnolia, Dec. 12. 1-tf.

+ TpHE Subscriber
1 will in th*
course or this "week have in ope*
ration a press for repacking cot.
ton froru round to -.quare bales.
The advantages of repressing are
a very considerable saving in
bagging and a reduction of near-
ly half in the amount iof freight-.-"
consequently.. Cotton put up in
this manner, will always comn
mand in any of our n'makets a
cent more in the pound thaa
when packed in .round bales.-".
The price of packing will be 75
cents per bale-allowing then the
priee of freight to be l 50 fori
round bales three will wil a-mount
to $4 50. The same, and 're
quently more, can be compressed
into two, which with the expense
of compressing will amount to
the same sum. Thus then the
bagging for one bale is saved,,
anc oue cent-per pound is gained
by repressing.
Magnolia dec.-12.
Just received and for a41le,
g@ barrels old Whiskey
10 Boxes New Orleans Soap,


j 1

A 1.: L.BA: & Co
lHave for Sale
bushels salt,
:,|j@ tCbs castings, including
Ketic-s oB various sizes rot j
one to 45 gallons, Cauldrons
Pots, Bake ovens, Skiletb
Spiders, Griddles, Dogs and
Wag.;on Boxes.
fBags' Coffee. '
damaica, W\. I. -& N. E. Ruin
;Cognac Brand y, Gin and. *k \ his.-

Telerlre, Sh rry,;Catlary, Ma-
+. l o l I f- "p +
la*g,''0Claret Wir.,e. +Porter.
Y- Young HIys ,)Hyson, ,kil and
Souchong T( a, "
Coffee. .Brown.and-Lbaf Su.
Best I-IHavannah -and comnrion
together with a complete assort-
ment of groceries
eANgro Clothing, Osivaburgs,
Brown and B'eached Donmestic
Shirtings and Sheetings ;, Paidb,
stripes and Checks,Irish Linens
and English 2Dry Goods of every
4, description.
Hard ware and Cutlery, Shovels
Spades, -Joes, 'Ploughs aud
SihAres,,Carpeniers Planes, and a
variety of other tools. Hanimmers
Hatdheis. axes L9c..&7,c. &'c.
Guns, Muskets and Ri;les.
Powder, ihot,an I.Lvad.
^ uodlely, Waggon and 'Gig
]-i a rnt"ss'. _' ,
Ladies and Mens Saddles, Bri-
varles Lc.
An assortment_ of Tin, ,.Glass
and Crockery Ware.
Mens, Womens, Misses, Boys
and Childrens Shoes.
Fine and coarse Hats.
Cordage. L"c. b'c.
Al 6f tbhich will be sold low for
CASH either at wholesale or-re-
tajl, or in exchange for Produce
+lu a +ia l St:. 8 ,8?8. l-tf.,

vAS received per latest arrid
Svals from eewv York, and
]SewOr,'rans, a full Supply jf
GROCLRIE. &c. &c.
suitab, o" the st:ason, wh'iCth he
offers f' sale .n the most rt'ea-
sonable terms. Li' \^-
Fine and coarse Cjlhos and
Casinettes, Blue and Drab cot-
ton Casimrntres.
Bangup Cord.
Calicoes, of tHie a est patterns,
Paid, Giighni, Cambricks.
Victossy Robes Bleach'd and
ulunbleached shirtings and
o+ 'qheetings.
Cold. Iomestics, '
Bed Ticking, -
Liene and Cotton checks,-
Sii, Flag and Bandantnoedikfs
Btick Canton do.
S9 Birds Eye do. ,
Cotton 'iag and kIandannoe do.
Blue Ro,)iat do *'
-'-hintaz do. 4-4 do. Shawls,
8-4 Prussian do. :
Fancy Vcstings, buspenders,.
Ladies white cotton hose, i
Gentlemens Lamb wool, mix-
ed Angola and white jcot-,

ton 2 do,
SPatent and spool thread,
Pound pins, t needles, thimbles,
Tape and buttons,
Rose and point Blantkets,
Superior cotton bagging. '
Pen, pocket and dirk knives,
Kni ,-es and forks, drawing do.,
Scissors, Razors,
Socket Chissels,
Superior casteel do. in sets,
common do. do.
landsaws, Files, gimblets,
'ad locks, fiie plate do.
lock tin, faucets, h and bu
S-rews, squares and compas-
ses. ,,+,+
ugurs, assorted sizes,
r Trace .chains, frying pans,
,Knitting pins, fish houks,
Cut tacks, hoes no. I 23 and 4,
.Casteel axes, hamnimers,
Cotton cards no. 10, -.
Looking glasses,
irun and Steel.
Fur and wool -hats,
SLaoies morrocco and calfskin
S Shoes,
Gentlemens boots shoes and
Coarls gro shoes,

All which will be sold low for
Cash or country produce. *
Magnolia 8th Dec. l-(.

Five le 1,.4
Ifiv ,tlars Reward.
SILL be given to any person
Sfor such information as
may lead to the detection of the
person or- persons, ivho have re-
cently cut trees into the St
Marks riverr below the town of
Magnolia For the information
of all concerned, a copy of tife
Law passed January 16, 1828' is.
inserted. "Sec. 3. And b it.:
further enacted, That wihosoever`-
shall fall any tr trees o|,
cause the sam eled, i -In
any navigable within this-
Territory, and shafl not remove
the same .within 24 hours-1
such fe hall forfeit a.--
fly.e dol, r every tree
as afa-res'- be recovered w
b f
cost be ou, t having 9
,isdicti e.
The S're determin-
ed to.pr S0-o s118
in any. wi% tia
of thel t'
or u+-' + .+.,

rTHE Subscriber has received
1 per late arrivals at his Store
in Magnolia, from New York and
New Orleans, a general assort-
menrt of Dry Goods, Hardware,
Cutlery, Crockery and Glass
Ware, Gr6ceries, Castings 8c.
among which are the following
articles. Viz.,
Iry Goods.
Super and extra superfine blue
and black cloths and easimeres ;
superfine sattinetts, red flannel,
green baige ; casimere, silk and

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Tin buckets with and withomnt.
. covers. .
Ie pans TeaKettles,
,Coffee pets, wate ring pots,
Wash basons, skoo)ps, .funnels,
and ea sures, ladies;
Tin cups, 5in'er boxes,
Lamps and candle sticks,
Nul- ueg gratrs, peper boxes,
'Louf:and brown sugar, coffee,
-Imlperial a)d 'young hyson tea,
'Chocolate, cognac bi-andy;,
Jamrnaica rum, N E do.
T'eaeri ffe sweet malaga and"
claret w ines,
-Superior -old Mohongahela
S whiskey,
Lime Juice, spanish and com-

Hardware and Cutlery.
Superior table knives and forks
do setts of real buck do, dodo
carvers, do butcher knives, do
shoe do, do oyster do, do sports-:
Sans pocket do, do pen do, corUV-
mor pocket do assorted, real da-
maskus Razors, 4o bramnmers su-
perior do, fine dnd common do,
polished steel Scissors, large and
small, brittania table and tea-
spoons, iron do do, Needles and
Pins, assorted; Fish lines and
hooks, stock Jocks, some very su-
perior, knob do do, pad do do;
brass tbug do do, trunk and cup-
board do, Gun locks, very supe-.
rior, wood and horse rasps, a
large assortment offiles, carpen-
ters and coopers compasses, com-
plete setts of carpenters tools,
do smiths do. Becks, Beers, and
platts axes, shingling and -lathing
hatchets. Brick and plastering
trowels, Japaned waiters and
trays, screw augers and gimblets,
assorted, Fowling Pieces,.an el-
egant assortment some on .Per-
cussion prheciple.
tollow Ware.
TPots and -kettles, Bake ,pans
and skillets; spiders assorted,
dog irons, shovels and tongs,
crockery andgilass ware, blue
printed dining plates, do twirlers
and muffins, edged dining plates,
twiflers and muffins C. -C- do do.,
Printed teas, teapots and sugars,
pitchers, mugs and bowls, ename-
ledewers and basins, c. c. do do.
soup, and sauce tureens, real
China tea setts, do cut decanters
mould-and lettered do, glass Jaess
cut tumblersaad wines, Flint do,
knob and star do, castors and
salts, Flasks+ and bottles, stone
jars and jugs.
Books and Stationary.,
History of Florida, Walkers
Dictionary, murrays reader, do
introduction, dogrammar, Pikes
arithmetic, Cummings geography
and atlass, present condition of
Greece, records of woman, by
Mrs. Hemans; Bibles and Testa-
ments, JWebsters spelling books,
primmers for children copy slips.,
memo. books, calf h-.oks do-.
wallets, moroccodo clasps, fools-
cap and letter paper, ruled do.
quills, red an-: black iiik, ink
stands wafers, blank books, sea-
ling wax and looking glasses.
Real nette Brandy, do:
holland gin, do aau,'ra wine, do
colmei.ar-do, do malaga ,e..t
do. country brandy, do gin, do
rum, real cavendish chewing to-
bacco, common do, paper do for
smokmg, leaf do, spanish and a- (
merican sears ; macoboy and
scotch snuff, havandh coffee, por-
torieo do, loaf sugar superior
brown ; hyson and h. s. -tea .; Al-
ium Salt at 80 cents per bushel .:
black peper and pimento, salt pe-
ter and copperas, english gun
powder : duponts do, rogers 0 .;
shot and lead assortS., cass.a

and clove. "i.cese irish potatoes
aJ uiunors ; bar soap; sperm and
tallow candles ; perfumrnery &c.
With a variety of other goods
too numerous to mention.
Tne above goods were selected
with great care by one of the
Partners, expressly for this mar-
ket, and will be sold very low for-
Cash, or'in exchange for ,country
produce at fair prices-Those
wishing supplies are requested to
Magnolia 8th Dec. 1828. I tf

cotton shaw-ls,j ^ j a
clothing, cal
don chi; g',;
cottoni rics, imnlt-At
nen ca c, plain and figu a-.
-swiss, jaconet, mull, and bl
muslins, garment and cambric,
cravats ; silk and barage hkfs
and shawls ; Ladies white aiic
green veils, black sincheWf!
black blue and green sarsni
blue and black figured gridenaps,
a general assortment of.1-rlbbous,-
bombazeen, black lusting aid
bumbazetts ; irish liii.n, 7-4,ta-
ble diaper, white. 0olf.
russia drilling, bli6br iV
linen, Russia-sheet' dac '
bear du c r;,ozuaburghb'uckram,
patent threads, clarkts pool -cot-
ton, cotton balls, tapes. Pins and
needles, silk umbrellas. LBed
tick, plaids and stripes, jeans,
3-4 and 4-4 bw shirting and shee-
tings, superior sea jsi. shi,-
tings, Ladies black aud slate co,-
.ured worsted hose, do hInto and'.
blaek cotton do ; means ihite and'
mixtcotton and angola ho;,e and
half hose.Ladies and mens bea-
ver gloves; weaver fir and wool
hats ; Ladies morocco prunciio.
and Leather -shoes and bootb,,

great variety of cher articles t
dioua-s- menite n-u"
W .diy expedits a further sup-
ply of goods fro.maNew Yortand
New Orleianhc,Onsiasting,,i part
Of -

various articles Of dry good.
Le Ihorn lW Hats and Bone
L Iand Buna'+
t-nni:Jugs:J J itclh
SIik pans i P: bc e
isortment of Drugs art
ints an i" do
/R..ler .- "- 8
a =:L

\Vhich will be-sol. -
or in exchange for r.
to ,.Dw hides, Di
Is M cd other cou ntri
Those who are disi-
chase are ,equesteCt'
look for ihernsel v -

mon segars), soap and
.. dies, -
Ginger,, pepper pimento,
Coase and ground allum
A handsome assortment of
Crockery Ware,
rugs~ i Miedicines.
7E. KLEaN.
Magnolia De:. 8w.1. |



-Stora 'd, nommissio
a are and ci o.i6 s
Ware House at A] ,olia. aa-
"ble ofreceivi'- bIs. and
are-- eods
and '510'orage or for sale
-on Commission. .
'Teyffer fovaeole on cons
-,:F:u ment .,
40 barrels whisk ,, "
Io kegs tdf( to
14 dozen fanc chairs
50 barrels irish potatoes,
1000 bunches onions,
5 trunk i clotlhing,
10 barrels ma 40' lb-xes sdiap,.
20 do sperm candles.
10 .do. claret wine,
O0,0 american segars,
SlS Ibs english. blister

N. B. The highest price
for Cotton,I idcs, Deer
-& Tallow.



IkAV.I the.pleasure of announ
cl cig-to their ht lends and the
put~hic generally, tvath they h-ve
returned from New York, and!
have now apen !in their cheap
store at the corner of Apalachit
anii Broad streets, an extensive
L general assortment of.Foreign
Sand Domestic goods, suitable for
the present and approaching sea-,
sons-they consist in,.part of ttve
following articles, +
-ry Goods.
London super blue, blacks, ol-
ive agree and steel mixed cloths;
do. do. ine .dto. super bfue and
mix casimeres, do. saitinexts;
n~gro cloth, a superior article-;
heavy rose blankets, do. point an elegant assortment of calicoes
consisting of grecian striped
prints, do cross do. do superior
hints, do domestic (beautiful
p,!terns new style 4-4 gingham,
Uo furli'ture prints ain linens,
lawns aniu st..etitngs oi0s )ye;,
russia and taije .itaper ; black
nigur,'t -gros. utnaples ('beautifuI
goous) gri'\u tlorene ; bl',ck
sitchcws, do sa n. +tts; very.
superior naUkeen, can ohi <'tud ita-
han crapeG,-do robes ; bandahno
*-ald41a had4kerctTitls, black I-
taliao, o superior.; mviss, mul;
niull, cross bar' book and jacunt
muslins; -6-4 c6mbric, soll very
superior, do bruwn do, ddo
do back do, do do, do linen do,
ienoej a superior article for mus.*
cthetto netting,; whiteand could
drilling, do lr'tnch (do, 6-4 cam-
oric aimity, 4-4 do do, tartan
plaid and camblets, russia shee-
ting; btar, duck and tow cloth,
oznaburgs, batigup .c9rd; bomba-
zettg and bombazines, cagimere
shawls, do handkerchiefs, fancy
silk do.,.gauze d( do, Batie do,
do cravats, striped paid and su-
perior white.do, horse skin, buck
castor, beaver aud silk gloves;
white, black, g mixt cottons
linen worsted and silk .Hosiery,;,
patent suspenders, worsted do,
cotton do ; swansdown, toilinetts
and valentia vestings, taffta,
gause and sattin ribbons, black do
f.ncy belt dj ; leghorn and straw
bunnetts,. gingham umbrellas,
in own shirtings and sheetings,
domestic pil -ids, very superior ;
W. B. patent thread, clax ks spool
do, Italian sewing silk ; gilt pearl
and bone buttons ; real tortoise
shell combs, imitation do, fine I-
vory do. do dressing do
Gentlemens black beaver Hats,
do drab do. mens do wool do. do
black d o.Boys morocco do.
Boots and Shoes.
Gentlemens.calf Boots,, do do
Brogans, do dp .'shoes : do seal
skin Pumpso'.*1 r morrocco do:
Ladies prunella shoes do morocco
do, do walking pnmps do roan do
"hildrens morocco boots and
thses do leather do : stout bro-
gans, for stegroes ; do shoes do.
.. 7 I

mens calf shoes and biogans,-
Inen thick brogans y negro a &iioes
Boys: and childiens sit es.
iiaruwarear an,,-Cul, lery-
Knivese and torks, a large as-
sortment, dirck, butcher, shoe,
-pocket and pen-nives ; drawing
knives. Curry combs, mortice
chissels, all sizes ; screw au-
gers, all sizes.; ahevv and claw
hammers, steel rat traps, copper
cow bells sadirons, bench match,
and bed planes,.plause irons, iron
squares ; coopers andcarpenters
compassess, .hand cross eut, pitt
ond mUl, saws, smiths, hand, cross,
cut, mill and p4saw files, wood *
& horsh rasps,steel yards, lathing,
shinglirgand chopping hAtchetts,
hewing and club axes, scotclh
spring .and knob locks, plate
locks, closet, chest, trunk and'
padlocks, butt, hooks and .eye,
1u)ges, superior razors, razor
straps and paste shaving boxes
and brushesd ifieailfno tJrusir-
es, tiue scissors and sneep stear.,
complete sets oi black smiths'
tols, trace'chains, carolina and
patent noes, english spades and
shovelb, cast .tee -sicklcs, steel
corn miils, corn and hair brouobs
gun Flints .: fish hooul s, ana
lines. Bed cords and leading
lines. Iron and tutanmia t..biet:
-'nd tea spoons. Brass candttle-
sicks, .wood screws, saddle tacks
,ie whips, ocket. fine tooli,
dlressing, horn and, AdeI combs.:
P'arl shirt and suspeuder But-
tons : ;ire aud Hair sieves, Pa-
tent bhot belts : hittetuorts bebt
.o. 8 9 and 10 cotton cards.
4th Proof Jania4 um and
Cog. Brk'ty ; sweet malagau
w.'."e* Rye Gin, .XA Ri um : Oiu
Monongahela and common Vhis-
key: ciler, hrandy,vinegar, b st
english musta-rd, _1utm gs. gin.
ger, Pepper, Pimneu-to, scouleh and
maccoboy snuffs, Imperial aidu
Hyson Tea, Loaf and Brown su-
gar, coffee, Dulponms and orange
FFF. ft F,. Gun powder; snout.
all sizes, Bar lead, SimaLt Twist
and Cavendish TVbacco.
Books and Stationary.
Fools cap, Writing, atd Letter
Paper, Ruled do do, cay books,
Ledgt rs, copy and cyphering 1O0.
copy plates, black and red Ink,
ink powders,Quills Wale; s, slats
Lead peneils : Au assortment ol
school books, Leather and moroc-
co locket books and note wallets.
Crockery and Glassware.
-Plates. Dishes, Cups and sau-
cers, 'ea pots, Pkicthers, Mugs,
Bowls, Wash basins, Chambtrs,
Toy mugs, Stonec cflee pots, Qt.
and Pint Decanters : Tumblers,
Wine Glasses Salts Fmegar
crewets. +
Iron, casting, Steel, &c.
English and Rursia flat, round.
and square Bar Irq. Ge ting.
steel, Plough Mould's;: scir -
Ploughs~ypots ; Bake pans. p.pi.
dters, skillets ; Tea Kettles it:xd
Dogs and frying pans ,: ^3iA|3
.",. '' ,"*: *,^ *
/' /:

a teel,
50016s ger nah steel,
barrelss porter,
Cash given for Gotton
J. G & N HAMLIl f
Magnolia 8th Dec. 1-tf.-
At Magnolia.
A-50 batrels old whiskey
50. d spetour,
12 +do irish poqtToes,
in fine-order, either for table
or planting. ,
go6 half boxes first quality
cod fish,
A few hundred weight su-
perior bacon,
40 boxes Philadelphia por-



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