The Floridian
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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: May 6, 1834
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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THOMAS M. ti: :

rdto announce candidate fr the Legisla-. T ;II-
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to be held in May next.32Gw. '<-'-- I JJL ir-- [

{ ,tbe election THE I' Oh, he died young; but he was killed ia a

ISSI.thOl1sed j"announce ARTHUR"candidate !!! row.* 'i

\\( a to represent( Leone 0R14 I Have you any uncles dive t' ,

'the n xt Lelrislat.ive! ConnciL :- *rfo" : they were all killed in rows too-' :

borised tg anneunce THO8. Pray, Sir, do you think of returning. to Ireland t

candidate __ ,

Leon in the next Legisla- : mu 'J1iIlo -'. ----- May be I shall, some day or other.' i iI

. p rcen1 WtmactIUe .. What security can we have that you are. 11

.e. (IIIDCa. 1El iTmllIU1m KAO\CADAM -- VAtLIaA1lAGI- a iIlA..r O 3.IiIO&Oir. 'Q. .c' '- not killed in a row yourself ;
toq hM srd to announce I ------ -, ___ 1'' of the 1 I
Oh fearI
Ut as a r.3n i ld<c to rep- "FOW.__ TS \ ; JOHN1 nt'Hn": --- ---- never am possessed
'a in "he liCit Legislative Council.to A r1I.ODU1LE LAPORTE i --c n. Vvs. iALEXANDER sweetest temper in the world, barring when
s Ltllll')lIntv RAONE ADAM ;: ( 1"4mtnA From the .\.t'tr Munhly Magazine. '
'leI, 1r.UrlJa.unI1Wa (- I'm dining out, which is not often.

: hiIu as:1 candl{ atc represent the COUllf. THEODORE vs LL persons concermed wIll take INSURANCE AND ASSUKAN' What. Sir, can you drink a little ?
CouncilculAoruecJ LAPORTE i notice that suit
LrlIlaU\6 \ : been
next institd B Three bottles with I
'1&" 111 the THE Dererdanf and aU sta ted cast", ty Attaclinient in the above llernardine. have been drinking H all ease.
-. rtquCStcJ amI to stale that an attachment has oth en ar heby floed oy R. J. retUrul1bl,' a Justice Coart to be held night, and will have more time to Ay, that is bad. You have a red face and .
It !* me
UfL cDtt issued in ,
t in preps
rl 1 m J Ao mIBW Council cases. rtturnabie to the next Superior the above the first l1ondaY'lSt the city of Tallahassee ouaU or they shall heat out brains : look apoplectic. You will no doubt go off
j the uext Lcglilauvc of Coutt for The my with
. eorfl Middle persons inte I will '
en District
of not consent to die this suddenly.
of FLord& they arc hereby and plead. ed to appear.and day, tha' cer-
Ill,. frrrilor CO} IDQ W.: mWi\1DUJit declaration filed in required said ;cases.to appear anti pleAd to the March 27th, 1834.FRANKL1 t.. JOHNSON, tain. <* My red race was born with me ; and I'll lay

,afritnJsof candidate to the 136-3ii. ) Constable. Duke. Oh Sir bet I live than two in the .'
his nam: as i a represent 293mBALTZELL Ic you must ; and thefore I 'a longer any room.e
WHITE Superior
I p rtent Leon in the next Legislative Council. .' ]J. .ittomtp for Court-Middle bisri 7f Fto Hd t beseech you look forward on the jourry But three bottles- -' .

in l( ..'rO I authonsed to announce b. H. Superwr Court.-Middlt Didrid. Plaintiffs. WILLIAM B. KJS S1".AciiDg ., shall go. JBtmardine. Never you mind tht. I don't m-an to

:a1 ,r L, ESQ. a candidate to Council.represent Leon Forstnll Edmond J. For:taU. Placide -Leon (ounty. Trustee of .-l will not die to-day >r any drink m re than a bottle and a faIr in future. 1

art III the next Legislative and Nicholas, Alexander Benhoud Gordon, ) In trespass on the case WILLIAM L. HASKINS Co. > Assumpsit: man's persuasirn.-JVIcewt/rtyor .' Besides, I intend to get marned, if I can, and .
'Y ."iEEL-iThffvi1J: again consent. tot tm upon t:. S It live I
Z2BR &:.- proau.s In Attachment. is inconceivable s nug.
,for a seat in tfce: next L e g 15- Plaintiffs. p SUmmons JOHN LAUDAMN J to the virtujs and i
jan ad
'L1IIel can be supported uni.ous.A VS respon- above praise-worthy part of the A debate arose amongst the directors respecting -
II l, he will < Jom dendum for THE cause has been inztituted world, w> haven
U 11 C T. Barr 10,000 and writ '
nda .. Co a bee this
,. VOTER. tan and St Henry Kncd UU"be3. iT.ol.Altachl nt therein issued and ., born and bred to respectable ilenoss, gentleman's eligibility. The;
JN 1\1 errett Ban., tradmg : lJl C tg next term of what terrible words and three bottles'
1I'It/lOrt7.rd to Dnnouncc Colonel b.C.-Dtfmdant- and aU said Court. The defendant strait3 are the Jot of thoe scan ro \ ran, hurry-

tr, GU15f1E art' a candidate to repiesent the tel T E defendLU1 in and others-concerned, arehereby. notified to appear dalous rogues whom fortune has lefto shift scurry, round the table. Every do$ had a j
said plead to the declaration I ,
of the United case and del
to ith CrngresS all other
flordl1111ht 11Lrcsted persons In said case accord- for themselves !' at them. At last. howver, the leader of f"the
will m. to Idw. Such snap
. H.
1 'V was !
ales July 27th 1 "13.5' hath th .lake. notice, that an attachment BRADEN Att' for PI' my feehV eja'ulation -
WILLIAM Six day issued in said case, for Five Thousand _Oated March 28, 1831 [34.-3 m.] Y lus' .I when, full of urgent necessity. T wend- pack addressed him icV,urrin:; growl .

to 1 are authorized TT s'-anJidateto to! announce represent Maj. the terri- C tstred ttages and and Forty-Eight Dollars and Fift.Ol1C 8I !enKSfUCrdatC' application will be made to ed my way to thc attorney who,hac wept together i. and agreed th. t upon hs P..LJ1II2ht: additional

of the costs, returnablt to the First the county C"Url for and for the I premium lor his irregularities, should
P'-niSa iitbc) : 24ih Congress of the United ncr April term of said tay the county (f Jef- most part pi"nd, up the v
d6 |, July 27th 1833. 50tf dams and other Court, and aid defen- Grandilon Letters f AJmmnistratjamn on the estate of crumbs which fell from father's He be admitteJ as a fit subject.It .
persons interested J. Glover my
arc late uf ,
16.tI __.. ... ......".n.. .n'I'.IqJ" nfEut appear and poead to the declaration filed in required to YrtI12, said d wa 11 little grizzled, sardonic with was now my turn to exhibit ; but .* my
L.' .v.- ------ sairt case 1834.G"l[ ,
.tII UUIOn5tU according to the statUte in .... ,. \1S.
canlitlatc to the o"Coh iac ana features which friend was handing me forward
, I L as a reprcspnt C d. Dated provic- Tt weeks from date, thc -l v ere as hard as his earU, aad nr progress
t.11tr! .cnrii s of the Uni.. 'ebcuary 19th A. D. 1831. KT? thc iiuiiscrioer \\ in! up.iy to hUed their arrested the
1 leather by ertran of
of fi.'I'ldJ, 233m J. D. county court for Madison jacket ::1 'C'II.dy
r.I. 'Vl.STCOTT. Jr.AtVy. romt) il.r letters of so tightly that one
.j 1 133 Llf forPI'ff
administration on the estate of W'IId I hnvpthpuf.ht v/ith em *U.rly maid servant. Shed _
: Miller
5:1lts. DIsTIUfj (' dec'd, ; a had shrunk frOm W8Jnm was crt.lII
that duriii1,' absenec4theTcnitY M'Ri'CF !'HE U. :T ATIiS.or tS uwanncc Old Town.) ;, or m-ii ne nad bought itPno'iid'fiam! and s in slight mourning, was the
I.e hrr b} noii : my the .VuW/c District April 17. most .sparkling
I .ICI f' Col. ABilAM BELLAMYis [!:N, ADMIRALTY.of Florid [f36.flwl|_ TOH; 'LT.F.R. I wcrr pretty nuarl) out at the elbows. They beauty 1 had ever seen, and appeared to produce I

is hereby fully authorised to rpre1w11' ] ADMINISi'RA'1'OR'sNO1'E. wcrr completely! emblematic of instantaneous
I.Il .:1'1d Jacob J. Mai bee, their possessor an eifect, even upon tbostonyhoartcd
II13LCrb in which 1m:1\ interested. 1 LL Pet sui avms cI IL.I .ciibi ,V,rim 'cjtSLdy ra- whose religion it was to mak" the directors ,
; th.mrielvts.
IlJ :: 3J6-.V.1 DANIEL D1UD.t Libclhnt, d. moat Thochairnun
Ig\.t. [ ) lute of St. Marks f
artS itoti- of
}11 hereby
. '.J, n-- district Leon Count, The a;ainr.t Sur libel for Engineers ; ei i to'pres!nt Lien properly authenticated Aiilun .: evpry thiifr: and, amon; the rest, of the di.sj politely requested her to take a seat

'* IJrCOnrl, middle J"u: Strmi J B at! IJaltimore, & ( wujes.ecease tim*- .lire"'Cfl II by !law, or tli-'y! will be f n\cr brrrc'' 'f j dresses of j his particular friend", among whom at the table, and immediately entered iJthor .

ot m GES IV.'il'uamb ICIUl.wna.nt.: _, I F. WhlTLN'J! .Idm'r. of I had thf happiness of business, which seemed
rr.R : Mr.Grady, i.1M\ standing forv ard. little
; Petition to forolosc K-M! i.' !' very more than to
-cr' iven
NJ' by to said: libcllant that .t i\t d '. AI.I ,
,"u"tlln\ tlic : i. I-.J ;. h-i\ i My business shovv herself
. I / Mortrngc.nnWWtu I rr(.e cf siid.('uurt.entered o: the 2 2d '1 required little explanation, for I and bo entitled to twenty tl-ou-
v!: day } :
-i >JiAiw I Ja.uiaiy. I 1833, against said t-essel, was on the 7th u cf i.1. i1.l.j.Pir 1: .,t.If" flf .1". I. ..1 z.. -. C wa opposed- by neither rent-rolls nor title- and pounds for which hvr late husband had

. r,TiCEwtorety 5ivcn l,t !le.saitl Thcoi'orc FIo- :;rpt in'iSS?, set aside ar.d vacated by said Court, ihf city ol Tillalwssec! ," is r.' jrcsenL kept: i ill I dr, ,i.- : all(} we sat down to consider the i insured his life.

: Ilrd, and t-J all persnns claiminj:, or to claim byoun.I and the pr- cess of execution issued thereon I t'-ic Tre urer.' and Auditor's) office in the Caitol.20tf du-si means of rea- Zounds '
. I 'r under hun and to all persons interestediprtItln1tO and it *as ordered! that said cause be considered quashed : | ''l! .LI? ,\LLSTt Ii\ 'L't.mn',: ):) 'r. turning an excellent incom" thought I, twenty thousand
I for
lots in thc for furthe. open one year into something decent for pounds and a widow ?
foreclose! a njorlga e.on ; proceedings, and that a few
issue be
) an
I :of Ta i.assee"ri{ : ::inal plan,) No. lrl I, IS2, & made up, and l'--------.iuse pruceed to hearing, accord- ( JONJ. AD ASB"AS :l S .. more My adviser, who-e small experienced Ah, madam! observed the chairman,
;'f William Williams, and by said irig tn rue ,ua'ticc and \\.lTl'UJL.Vi n I1Ji .) had twinkled husband your i
rt1cs of made
.ed to ey. all
through the too
; Adnirlty"-and
I II II ..11. ; good a
) ; speculationsof bargain with I 11
II : tc-niurc : tr-.m Qui us.
I' aid: tun .fLIT .ll to Wilium Kcrr th.c I(wtr c.f :md Liilaiit b4in : 'j' toi1'.t'; lcL't' .1 'Jay the told
I \tlttlS8Sancd: S tWCSSI has been rued this day in thCIr'ls Libellant istficd: that, unices It c -nstitute, te s'icI ? \vil:: reuI.i .y at;end 'iie (UtilE.- l hJd ai "i1I'.i age, and at the same time, had taken him he was an elderly, sickly sort of it | |

a1l11 1:1krt:1 reof the Superior Court of Leon County. Proctor in his steud, and fil; his rrphcation anothet to the : ;, o Quinry; and l\l rJ.1nJ:3 ; ant 1 the annual t'ioof tiifc ex,;ct admeasurement of my capabilities i, man, and not likely to Ii! st ; but 1 never tho't

r.cd tus l Lh march 1334 claim, and aiiiver 01'siid John Jcnkius i in the ':'erkl'o I .! the Cour: 01" ApjitaS; a* Ta'lah.isPee. Lcttt"-s rl' d l-ii'i '
DERTIIKLOT ce of said Cjurt t -R to ;""! pziJ, will bo attended tu.
JAMES A. at : Gndsden opinion that I was fit for An
Uuiicy in I nothing f'arth.- elderly,
I on
said District county Fcnruarv 7'n. i5 4. I C.Q] I sickly sort of a man Sho
Kerr !
2i (3tf.) For{pNiltncr: v< Sturgcs. en or before Monday the 5th Inr
nur-h ( uay of ---- one undertaking I wanted would
I'I Court.HLMYD May next at O o'clock A. M.,-and duly pron-ed in 71 n ES _'1Ll-\\'lH./i HXRTjIKL: .- application ; for marry again, of.course I was on nre
Leon another I
Floruli County
Temwry of wanted to he
said capital. Now examined
said h before
cause Vc shall her
: on the last % and let her
day bear
ATKINSON, ) In assum it.aiEKSTHANDLEY. as soon ihereafrer as Counsel can be heard mtniuned, nu\c saL, or I : .lltoruey (.!flil Counsellor al Lu>r.W'iLL as the first of these deficiencies is irremediable favorably report ef me. As luck would have a

1'5: Court to dismss said libel w uh costs. i pra' ti'.c; i i thc Court cf .\ !'ptal.j ;-Tin we mu > Attachment. Courts of t Lt Gadsden transactions which
Dated February 1st >n, aid! J.u'k- required .
I : and all l others interested arc here i 18.J4. I -jn, !n th? of Florida ter. Takmy advice-insure life for certain to be
t dtPendant; J. WESTCOTT: Jr. ) Proctors for fad Territory. ; and in thc Superior your a papers sent for, and, in the ,$
T'lC ujiificd, that salt h.is been commenced this i J. P.BOOTE1. j ClaiiaaM. I I C uirth uf Th'j-iria ii Detur coiii 'ios of the South few thou-and ; you will have but little premium pause, I stepped boldly forward.

ji ir attadiment in s.u'd rase,returnable to the next To thejaiJ Jccob J. Jtlaibee, and ) -rn .!jutiirial i circuit of the Statcof Ge Irg'ia. Residence to pay for you look as if you would live Gentlemen,' said ;
ypuai'jerterra of slid Court, anJ the defendant is all -Tuha.c'a"; iNovmbcr J.n' .C3't I 15if forever my lawyer, with a smile ::
ot"rr whom and
it may concern ) ; Irom knowledge of which whitened the i
my rattle of
filed tip his
si'jired to appear! and plead to the declaration your n-ise, and vey
it1 ease,according to law.HAML1N OTCE OF FORECL'JSURK OF" IvJORTJAGE -- Henry P.: Yonge, pated habits, and the various changes t nearly sent it through the external: ter m. HS, \.i

V. SELL Pl'ffs. atl'y. -All persons intcl'cte'illl take zj' tice that Attorney fy Counsellor at Law ; against you, I will give you a handsome sum I allow me to introduce Mr. -, a

I SludilSlhlSII.J 31tf.: the Central Bank of Florida," intend u> intitatfc t UUINC Y, MIDI.LE FLORIDA. fur the insurance. Necessity obliged me to friend of mine who is desirous paiVular -
\ .III'. ihn I 'nnnlv t_!ilirr.._.. suit upon a certain mortgage made anJ extcutcd by k of in. :-in*
William G. and _ _ 23tf. acquiesce in the proposal and I assured the his life. You perceive he
JOHN! .COLLINS &Co. j for the'County of J ci f- Burgess Mary Ann his wile on the is not one of /our
Jlrdiaflts and partners. }i i'erson, middle district: 13th day of March I' 13, uuto V.'ilikm Wi.mis:: ot A CARD.HAMLIN old cormoiant, that there was every likelihood I dying sort.'

rs: (>f Florida. and upon the sout! half of lot N o. i'i' an J the .\hole of V. SNELL of my requitting his liberality by the most U'i- Tnv directors turned their toward

JOHN X.PARTRIDGE. I In it: by Atj I l lot No. 96, ii. the city of Tallahassee, and the stores .17TUJC.\'iY remitting in with evident eyes me
J ulUfJ I dwelling hr iMi, kitchen, stables, ami other JT LAW T.lLLt\.iiiSSEEt FLO perseverance all the evil habits; satisluction and I had the vanity-
j tacrmcnt. tlAve..n improvements \v.11 tt' !end to !!iuinei>!' ronfided '.(. him with industry which had procured me his countenance. We to believe that the widow did
dtfendont and all other persons concerned, to ccurc the jnint of a i.oifc for air' .'J..l.:: .. D c. 21st shook so too
19tfReftrttu .
THE ule no. ce, that this suit has been institutedtTiu&clunent I $2,000, gu-Cft by said Bur ':ss HJ: .;Ireen H. c'iiairt?, ji-s- IV: : ClJ AIRES and J.1\S. D. WEST hands in mutual ill-opinions, and he You have a good broud chest' sifjne. ||

; ,returnable to the next ensuing term of l I (as security) to saLt A illic.ms .e .he same day. payable CO: I J'T .r r.. iq'"rrs.: obligingly; volunteered to accompany me to nn I i j':I I: dare say your lUll:. s are never .If.: cttci. ill
Court and that 1 January 1st Ib34, with! ii'itr >t at 10 per. ccutun;, : insurance office where Good .
tui County they arc hereby requiredtappearand they were supposed toel siioulders.! too,' saj
I from date, and which note And) .-) have been another. Not >!
plead, according ttt law to the declara- -gige mate the duration IL-IhI-; tL'Stronglu: !
of to nor-fcpH. ttnmn ,
1 a man's lilo ..
aasi.'eJ said \illiams to said to a I to. "n.
"Central Bank -- -
tan n Uiis cause filed.l M'CANTS, Att'y for P'llTs. uy of quarter -- UVT1TI4 III It -.U1Y.f
March l3, 1t34 313m. Florida"-And that said! Central Bunk of Florida" of UK hour and odd seconds. i f the legs and not debilitated '
-,\ In the County Court- I t has this day hind) its pcti.jn: ( ettii< fu: :1!h std: note Ue arrived a little before the busmen hour, dissipation,' erie. a third. I think this I)
and nnd lie gentleman
:r.ortg ( t.ignmeuts i thereof unu the '
a- and
JOHN B.COLLINS, & Co. for the Couuty of Jefferson I due were shown into a large room, \vhejn we will suit u ;.'
II mount iipoi H. san\f), to the Si-j;'.iior Cow for
:alerthnnts anrt l.artners. middle district the Miucilc Distrirt of Ftuada! in i and for the county found se\'ral more speculators Baiting' rue- I could perceive ihat, during these eomplimenN -

TS: ? of Florida. uf Leon. it-! *.:>e Clerks (,ffi"' yf said coiirtatTollttliassce fully for the oracle to pronounce sentence. In and a few others, the widow
JOHNS. PARTRIDGE. I In assump it: by AtUchmenU '< h.ivt ais-j filed; t..c'i i 0 the was very
-: ; ith said original nvtrer centre was a large table, around which, at much inclined tu titter, which I considered asmuch
: ano have for the fjreclorure of the
defendant and all other !. jTyfi equity equal tl distances, were placed certain little as a flirtation
THE persons ot redcmj,n(iiof saiJ .. tuul al! persons claiming I. commenced, and when Iwas
take nouce of the nistituti'-n of the above -'frril.lor l lumps of which friend told ordered into
by, thumgh fir Uierr, in an-l) to sid lTIort ;- and: sold noH'sale! and Re- money my we to another room to be ft. trter
nit by utachment, returnab'c to the next pnsuin JJI.\DE : \, reward the labors
:; I of examined
and that
aged property, application be duly made Inquisition, by the in attendant
:km of said amongst surgeon f, r
Court, and that they ire notifiedJsppetr Frederick Md. C Herston, _
hereby 'uent county by ,
fur such jud. foreclosure, pad: other proceed ns> whom the surplus arising from absentees would longed l to tell her
and till I
plead accorJirij to law to the declarau hud said concerned III Ole Patent with IV Judkins. stop came back.-*
o-i petition to lh suchcase
according slututes
:I this cause filed. M'C ANTS, Att'y for P'l TJ. r.iade and provided. Dated, February; 22d m H 33. The above Ointment is offered to time public :.q a likewise be divided. I rom the keenness with The professional gentleman did his utmost to

r-March 15, 1834. 31:111. AMES D. WESTCOTT, Jr. =ale and certain remedy for hone obstinate diseases which each individual darted upon :'iis share find a flaw in me, but was obliged to write a.

1\ In ll'e County Cour;. 28tfj *itturney! for Pttitio' T. some of which have so long baffled the kill of medica and ogled tint (f fan absent neighbour, I sur- certificate, with which I re-entered, and had .

VltNB.COLUNs, I C..rtneCcuityofJcf science. i mised that some of fellow sufferers would the satisfaction of
1 fcrson EXEUUTvi'S MOTIVE. 1st White Swellinpoof every de niption. my hearing the chairman read i
I. middle district
2d Sore L.' and Ulccrscf rind the day against them. They would be that I was warranted
W : of Florida. having demands against the estate of g! long standing. sound. The board congratulated -
persons j
J i I In assumpsit: b>' / tI ALL Parmer, deceased, late of this county, are 3d Schirru Glan-lul.ir Tumourn particular! examined bye}e'l capable of perietratirigevc- me somewhat jocosely, and the wi

K; PARTRIDGE j tachmeut.IK requ.red; to present then claims duly authenticated, limep those hardened terminate tumours in ulcerated in women'* oasts which often r y crt vice in their constitutions, and by noses dow laughed outright. Our affairs were settled -

tfendanl and all!] concerned here within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever cancers. which could smell
by notified, that atxnc'suit persons are 4th Ftlons or wlt..t ome people know by the name a rat a mile off and hunt a exactly at the same moment, and I followed
the has been insthuh : barred ; those indebted to the estate are requested her
tal alVflmcnt.! returnable to the to mako immediote u Catarrhs. of every description. guinea breast high. How, indeed, could closely down stairs. i 11
next ensuing payment.
term of said County Court,and that they are required I. G. SEARCY ) 5th Rheumatic Pains of the joints. plague or pestilence, gout or gluttony, expectto What mad trick are you at now?' inquired !

!appear, and Plead' according to law, to the dee.1a rabUkdithecause RICHARD SHEFFEIt.Exc'tors.} 6th Sprains and Bruises every description or in I. lurk in its hole undisturbed, when surrounded the cormorant.
wnatever situate. 4 }
/ Y.rr.b 15,1834.i M'CANTS, att'y. for Pt'fl. March 8th, 1834. 308 w.- 7th Tetters part ail kinds. In Oiis complaint tho pa by a pack of terriers which seemed hungry I am going to hand that lady to her carriage '"

313m.- A D1IN1SfRATOIt'S NOl'ICE.-All penons uent, iu applying) the Ointment .uo:. keep the part enough to devour one another? Whenever ,' I responded ; ana I kept my word. She-
BYRD In Leon County Court. having claims against the estate of Anthony out of water the door slammed, and they looked for an addition bowed 10 me with much
I: >In Assumpsit. Lambert deceasec, are requested to present them duly 8th Chilblains, or parts ailected by frost. courtesy, laughed
to their seemed for all again, and desired
CHARLES C. ASH ) Attachment. authenticated within the time prescribed by law or It is also one of the best remedies for Barns and cry, they the her servant to d,ive home.

ui ICE whereby given of the institution of saw they will be forever barred. 1 hose indebted to testate Scalds. It cases the pain and draws the fire out iu a world as though they were going back ; and if Where is that, John said I. Number

ii smt; and of thfJ issuing of a writ of Attachmen are requested to make immediate payment. short time. a straggler really entered and seized upon his -, Sir, in-street,' said John and

Tile erell,ftturnable to the next term (if said: Court.- R. B. BULL, ) Admin29tf For Inflamed Women's Breasts. and Glandular, moiety, the intelligent look of vexation was I they went.' away
flefcndwt and all other ji HN LAMBERT istrntor Swellings. it is to nredicine yet known
in s superior any
person any wise COP like that of
ttrt4,tre,notified to appear and plead to the declai -- the medical faculty It is much safei than mercurialof precisely a dog who has lost a I We walked steadily along, the bird of prey

lo 'aled m said case according to law. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.. Huy prepartion of that material.) because it does h one. When ten or a dozen of these gentry reckoning upon the advantages of his bargain

j -113m J. A. BERTHELOT, Att'y. for Pl'ff. ALL persons having claims against the estate of. Dot lay the patient liable to injury from expose to had assembled, the labors of the day com. with me, and 1 in a mood 01! equally interest
PRITCHARD, late of Leon County, deceased :
.&rcifr cold.This I menced. i ing reflection.
Urt Middle District florida Lean them authenticated Ointment has cured of stand ,
duly sores
KERR Counts are required to present many years
:Most *
4'STUUGES, (assumpsit.tC. within the time prescribed by law, or they will be i ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the: our adventurers for raising supplies; What are you pondering about, young gen

vs forever barred. Those indebted to said estate are requested external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming upon their natural lives, were afflicted with a I tleman ?' he at last commenced.

DtAPORT. )Jin attachment tbove to make immediate payment. c canons or rotten, it will stop the progress of the canes, natural conceit that they were by no means I am whether
THE stated cause has been instituted, ail April, 1834. ((33-8w) C.C. WILLIAMS, 4dmV i increase the quantity oi the discharge, remove the offensive : circumscribed in foundation for In pondering or no you have not
ri a project.
of attachment therein issued, and mo hne" tmell, and ease the pain. I oVifr.reached'ourself* in this transaction.
tit 1urntk! to the term of said court. The def> ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. It cures the worst Felons Whitlows on an application vain did the board endeavor to persuade them How soP

pearand and .ll others concerned, Are hereby notified to ap- persons having claims against the estate of of 48 hours.Rheumatisms that they were half dead already. They fought Why I begin to think I shall be
plead to the ALL dec'd. late of Leon which hive tood so long as to becomea obliged to
declaration filed in said case, w- O'BERT B. OLIVER, county hard for a few more years, declared that their give harum-
tfdlllgto1aw. 1. I authenticated medicine be taken inwardly ,I f up my -carurn of life drink
A. disorder to
BERTHELOT for Pl'LL to the same duly systematic requires way ;
Atl'y are required present fathers had been almost ,.
!bruary! htIB34. 253iiIn to the subscriber within the time prescribed by l law, to remove them entirely. But in most commoncases immortal, and that j moderately, leave off* fox-hunting, and sell my

1 IROXIASMICALL or they will be forever barred. 1 hose indebted to the by applying this Ointment externally as directed I their whole families had been as tenacious oflife t spirited horses, which, you know will make
Leon a
I "50 1 County Court. estate, are requested to make immediate payment. i it will give relief. And even in old people, whos as eels themselves. Alas they were first material difference in the
tSE S.RUSSEt, ) In attachment.assumpSIt. JAS. S. LINN, Administrator ; pains! have been uf longer standing, it will ease the ordered into an adjoining room, which I soon demise.' probable data of my

THE ahove of stAted cause has been instituted, and -5th Api'1.134. ((346w.) With Will annexed.- pain.To lea captains and masters of vessels this ointment l learned was the condemned cell, and then deli But where is the necessity for

:. .to he altachment therein issued and rcadeat i1' < UyUQ must be very valuable in winter on oar coast it being cately informed, that the establishment could all this r your doing

and all others next term of said court. Thc dcfend' LL persons having claims against the estate cf very certain i in its effects on Chilblains or parts affecte j have nothing to say to them. Some, indeed, My wife will
Prand i Concerned are hereby notified to ap- A E. S. Roberts, are requested to present them duly with frost likewise preserves its qualities in all climates nad the most likely, make it a stipi
plead luck
to the declaration law good to be reprieved a little longer latian.'
I torontolaw. filed in said case ac- authenticated within the time prescribed by or :

J'elJruary I j. A. BERTHELOT. Att'y. for plff they will be forever barred. A large mass of testimony proving the value of this but even these did not effect a very flattering Your wife ?1

t ]834. 2S n ELIZABETH ROBERTS, I most excellent medicine will be shewn to those who or advantageous bargain. One old gentleman Yes. That disconsolate
U\'lllGALE pretty
March 22, 1834.-[32tf.J Administratrix._ wish further information on application to Dr Hers- had a large premium to pay foi a totter have just parted from. widow we
TB tons or to any of his authorized agents. in his knees You may laugh ; but,
PRcis ARPENTERj NJQ RgDfJ ; another for an extraordinary cir if
w. l.'be above medicine sold by special appointment of you chouse to bet the insurance which
I iJtM A. ROBINSON I do hereby caution all persons, not to receive an the patentee and warranted genuine. cumference in the girt ; and a dowager of have boughi of me against the you
1 transfer of threa bonds, executedby purchase money
assignment E. B. PERKINS high whg afflicted
I t'H WEEDON and I respectability, was with certain I will take that
.o.uutOND H. ROBINSONtfre. Thomas Brown,and James Stringfellow. OnOne Tallahassee, FebruarY 24th 1831, 27tf. undue you she makes me a 8.-
I proportions of width was fined most date
Mrs. Fant of Fauqueir County, Virginia. married man in less than two '
II Lo : trading under the ) to Mr& Elizabeth West, guardian of the infant son of DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER3HlP.-The exorbitantly. The only customer who met Done '
MoUUinlOn. Weedon, 4co. Virginia.' existing undei the firm with said cormorant, his features
I VI Benj. West, dec'd.,of Spottsylvania county any thing like satisfaction was a gigantic again
PR1Cis the other to Joseph T. West then of Fauaueir of Lockerman and Craig was dissolved by mutual consent straining their buck-skins at the idea
And of Ireland
with whom I having
CARPENTER J All indebted to the death, thought:,
Flori the first inst. persons made
'LULM a.-
I A. Virginia, now of Leon County, en lath a double profit of
County, me.
ROBINSON call and settle their accounts was likely to have ua to
to a puzzled contest. p
1 of about 1311--and firm are requested *
tfldIDMOND Each of these bonds for the sum my house and I will
I ? j.BINS'ON I and dia- subSCrib How draw a deed to that effect
I the
I & dated about the year 1826- I hare paid either of old are you, Sir ? inquired an ex- gratis.'
mot X&SS the \ THO BROWN. EDWARD amicer.
the same.
I I charged Mluxh82,1834 I 32tf' 22tf WILLIAM P. CRAIG. I did not flinch from
UJ11NCIS VI The subscriber will continue to do business on liberal Forty. I my agreement, My
I 1 W.CARPENTERS J ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. terms and solicit a continuance of custom from the 4 You seem a strong maa.' case, knew was desperate. I should have

have bUnlssued (tOm the Su- .'LL persons who have demands against the estate friends rf the late firm and the public generally. 'I am the strongest man in Ireland.' hanged myself a month before had it not been

1 4a District ptror or Court for the county of Leon, in the Mid 1iL of 8h.rrod McCall eetfd are requested administrator to present Jan 11. 18U Mtfl EDWARD LOCKEKAJAN.1n&OCTOR But subject to the ?' for the Epsom Races, at which I had particu-
Florida and Defendant and all other them without delay to the undesigned gout
the 'S 1LUS i RANDOLPH have associated tdr business ; and little
?Qll.re required to take notice thereof and to ap- of said estate and those indebted are requested i to mff themselves ia the practice of medicine a No. The rheumatism-nothing else upon -or disgust to the any additional reason

p1ea to the declwation filed in the said cases make immediate payment to the zameLas indulgenceca.nnot offer their professional services to the public. rand my Boul.,' world. would, I thought be
1 \ C B h'nt_. WHITE be cXpC ted. WM. B. lcCALL, Hotel 82t: rather a pleasure than a pain-.- profidc I
fll'lIti.,.. UWEL (2 3mI' April, 1634. (3&.81fJ .UmvttT :". ficc between ue Planter's ud Lambert's. What age was your fatter wbea bo died ?' disappointed in tie lordy wi WI IM1




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! ;, : whiciu West Indies of that there will flea worse tale to tell : our city was in a state ,of excitetnen never
ordered the
to or
t T: Modesty ever,
isa least
: great bugbear Upoo'fortuue. 1 I to-moflow. I before witnessed. A mob, for a, time ? '!
aave kdoWll goingisionary to Now Zealand. wroteto before FLORIDIAN
and many who hive A rush was
of city.
i ceptcd by-it remain.in not been oppres. hirr answer that it was perfectly immaterial Such is the state of excitement, that the was in possession .
the shade both parties ;- but a& '
but I the by
ne- &c.&c. mide for AaMLggggr
lost the of reason,
2 'er known one ne whether I was cut off by the yellow people have guidance the
I Wetcrged with it into for the of the city, lnd.
fortunately peace
pros- !
; pority. In I fe 01 devoured by cannibals ; but thatI arrivedfirst SATURDAYIAY
.f Iliaa.lily disease my own, cusootMvas by no means I had 'liness which would prevent me from *. A request has been sent to the Navy lives of our inhabitants, our young men themselves

a; :' (}? which I was likely norhal'tiveimliny to contract it. Accor-' availinnyself of either alternative for two I II Yard and to Governor's" Island for assistance upon of the the Arsenal ground,and and its possessed stores. They The President has addressed to t

I. 5eediugly, on the I montht least. 1 from the U. S. troops. of five the United States a Protest of
following the amount against
day themselves to its
4 1 6l'rlVery cooHy! knocking at the Caught myself Thaxt morning fouud me again at the : The Journals state various oarticulars, then armed until the on the removal of the Deposttes. re30l bQD&
widow's door ; her lily friencP of order must regret to hundred, and retained possession Th'is Ilov
door which '
who me
pu1nnd cEuphrosyne, every cedure
so gave the
. entirely had I been occupied in ordered out the militia. During this on part of the Executive w'PrG.
denng the consi- hand, a received mo with the smile of an hear of-but we do not yet see the name of Mayor crea
= vanotfs blessings which would thousands ftf the populace surrounded highest excitement. An animated **
ac- old who has been murdered during the period some debeI
,4 I*ruo 10 both acqintance. any one
j of'us from and the Senate **
our union that I the .rcllal without
; halt : was ArTaiwenton much the same as riots. Mr. Miner, of the American office, yaid. coming to'
ill' way up stairs before I pretty cision the
t began to think on subject. It is '
of The said to be severely wounded but another thought, how ,
St an they dion the preceding day. poem was ; Vtt
eXcuse for .
Journal of Commerce.THREb the Senate
intrusion. : will
my The From the N. refuse to '
drawing with receive
the mob a the
anecdotesof left him
Ion account harranguing
was her
room was vacant and 1 singing exquisite my FROM: EUROPE. comlIl .
was left for : DAYS tion. It is extremely well
: a moment Mr. Pierson written
by forgot his hand. A
to wonder Newealand irresistible\ and we again broken bludgeon and 13 ev
I whether I was not actually in some the By the packet ship Normandie, Capt. Pell, i intended as a popular appeal. 1
in common was also ropresented by Opposite papersto
temple of the Loves and Graces. ; oursves till was necessary March 16th, and
French to
There was New York Post ho we have papers -
but the
Here her sf be killed
dinner. ,
pblitenei ; says
to to
, f coLa.v. thing. to_be seen.. which__did not breathe Her attire which asK for me some months had been a is alive to-day and actively engaged, we understand by the Zypher, Capt. Pope, we have London \Ve observe by the Apalachicola Adverts

;; I little.til heaven icuucmcss. The ceiling displayed a piece of.ere gratuitous respect, was exchanged -: in electioneering for the Opposition papers arc chiefly occupied with long debatesin that the enterprising merchants of that pac"embarked !
Cupids, the carpet a wilderness soul ticket. For dead he does wonders !" Parliament of no particular interests to our in the direct trade to Liverpool
tf' of turtle doves. for j low evening dress, and my a man, It
The pictures were a series in to The result not ascertained when our readers. estimated that: thirty thousand bales of Cation *
tl which before were
of wa brimming was agony ,
I .f loves of Jupiter, the vases presented Her last mail left New York. An opposition let A: writer in the Journal of Havrc of March be exported this season. Wl*
: fin.d.roonfor increasing transports.
t nothing but hearts-ease my thepropect'
h and I love-lies-bleeding that 16, makes an extended calculation upon -
.; the ; spirit wersportivh as butterflies, and flutteredover ter (from O. P. Washington)
Q ,very canary birds were inspired and had the lowers of her imagination with a Lawrence has carried the day as Mayor, bya of cotton. The crop of the United The negro JOE, one of the murderers of M

V a nest with two youug ones ; and the cat her- i grace that miraculous. She ridicu- majority of from 158 to 170. The Pcnn- States, he calculates at 1 ,J 58.000 bales, fort Roundtree, has been arrested-Crittecden j fe Jj
self looked as quite
kindly' over the budding beauties whole! of which he provides: an ample con- at large.
.J. ( of a tortoise shell kitten. led the raplhy of our acquaintance, eulogized sylvanian.of Saturday last has the followingarticles .
a place for a modes well burnt to a cinder on the subject : sumption.l I -
till it nigh
my was "
sensitive heart like mine 1 could not bear LONDON March 16th.-The Journal dill One of the People" to
to and and then sharpened her 'S NEW YORK ELECTION- TRIUMPH OF appears have placftj!
look upon the mirrors which reflected eeiy now Comm.irch has exclusively! the following proper value] on his communication *
E broad my wit by a delcUe recurrence to Apollo and the THE FREE !- We have every reason to sup published not consider.
shoulders on every side like so received by extraor n- ing it worth the payment of *
Election Mligoncc
:r many shoulders o* Hercules. pose that the New York Charter postage. We as*..
p giants ; and would have given the world to The thirc and the fourth and the fifth day terminated in the Triumph oj Democracy over ajy -'Xj -Sid": from l\li drid.-u We have just I him that we did so by mistake, and I lest heshoult"re.) .

I t. it appear a little pale and interesting, although with twice 'IS more, were equally productive 'the Bank legions that notwithstanding the reel P. i"'t, !)y extraordinaiy express, th Gazelle I think that we placed on it a higher estimate
j have many
\.' might. -.injured, -my life a dozen years,' of excuses for calling( and reasons for: clamor of the Bank presses, Lawrence, the of; Madrid, of the 16th, and the times alter consideration, we also state that it found 0;, I

t:(l'; ar.d purchase.I .l evertneie53 I was not daunted, remaining till at last I took it upon me to call People's candidatr, has been flirted hy aboitl ( :i"I I Tieuipo,) a journal of the same capital, way into the compositors: hands by accident: ?
round for something to talk about and re? ain without! troubling myself about tho jive hundred majority The full canvass, owing wim I iL-itcis tlatc.d th. 7th. At the departure we have permitted it to remain in our anJ

!I on the beauty's usual occupations, which I one or the Oluer.Yc1t ICUHTGU WHIZ piugresiive lo the dreadful disturbances in that citv on ot ,ih<* rourur it could be said that apparently m order, if possible, to save our loss columns,

I 4: lound were all i in a tone with what I had before cordiality ; and, at last, with a mixture I Thursday, which were caused by the out ra- thooity wan tranquil-nevertheless, at\n th- and money. We assure him that it i is of invarC folxjm.:

remarked. Upon the open piano laid of timidity which assured me of the an- i geous conduct of the aristocrats, in thiov/m accounts' [published in those same journals: it bc! custom to burn all our
:!f Auld) Robin.Grey,' which had, no doubt, been ciciiation, of a catastrophe which was, at once, all their forces into the sixth ward, did not was a'jeu by every one that serious events writers saddle us with thcpostag-e. wheat

sung in allusion to her lato husband. Ou the to decide the question with the Insurance Office I come to hand yesterday afternoon The (following -, were preparing, and th'it all (cared a catastrophe hU stars that we took it He may ifo-i,
t tabio was a half finished drawing of ..Apollovliicii and determine the course of my travels. statement from the Journal of Commerce -, the result! of which it was difficult tj pre- the late the office dura
; warm weather when
;: \ was equally without doubt, meant to One day I found the Peri sitting rather pensively however, a Bank and Ycrplanck paper dict." no fires were conve!
I nient the ashes allis
I apply to her future one ; and round about were at her work, and as usual I took my seatpposite and one certaialy not disposed; to favor AFFAIRS OF TURKEY. bantling would now fcj'.e:

1 I strewed the auductivo>> to.aes Mojre, Campo to her. the Jackson cause, may be looked upon asatistlC.toryas CONSTANTINOPLE: Feb.! 11.-Matters here been scattered to the four winds.FOR .

,. r lu'll and Byron. This witch,' thought I, i.t i-s I have been thinking,' said she, that I have to the grand result. From it hive p.gam taken a sc rOll.i turn, which visibly THE KLOIUCMJf.MILLEDGEVILLK .

)t the very creature I have been sighing after been mightily imposed upnn.' we are justified in proclaiming the overthrownof o'n'rinassps: tho! Porte. I'* was hoaed that the

1 I would have man ied her out of a hedge. way By whom V I inquired. Bankism in New York. Wo may be mis- stipulations with Russia were forgotten, and Mr. Editor April 1G, 1831

i and worked upon the roads to maintain: her ; 4 By one of whom you have the highest opinion ; taken, and therefore lay the full premises before would' not agtiu be mentioned, btt this was a -SIR-As the columns of jw

I ; but with twenty thousand pounds:: -ay, and -by yourself.' our readers that they may draw th-.ir own L .TiUtak. The Iviglish Government renews paper are ever open to the investigation! <

,t much more unless I au; n.i laken, she would In what do you mistrust me.' inferences: : i"..; pretentious, at least: so it is strongly reported truth, you will not hesitate to give publicatioi}

,, 01 1 oroute a fever in the frosty Caucasus I was Come, now, will it please you to be candid Votes polled in the different Wards, ::35,147 I in tint higher circles at Peru: t ;.;seems to to this communication. From a set of reso
1. j. I in the most melting mood alive, when the door that all the exceedingly The nuk of honor and is siid have
and tell me honestly greatest vote ever before polled in this: ; it a point : to lutions adopted by a portion of the citizens
i 1 f.' opened, and in walked! the fascinating object i intelligible story about your father and city, was 30,526 demanded of the Port to rcnouicc the engagements Tallahassee, it that Ii
t of my speculations. She was dressed in sim- the liver complaint, and Heaven knows what, More this year 4,621 into which it has entered with llussi appears 3Ir. Shaw, ,it

1 i.' U} ]jlw grey, wholly without ornament, and her was a mere fabrication ?' .MAJORITIES. : :.. At first. no credit: was uiven to this news:!, whom hai been confided the duty of transport

dark brown hair was braiaed demurely I over Will it please you to let me thread that nee Wards. Wholi No. Vcrplanck (Anli-J) L* w rec iJ) but it seems to be true ; alter the first:: fruitless: ing the mail from Milledgeville! to your city,

; a forehead which looked as lofty as her face dle, for I sec that you are taking aim at the Majorities. Mijm-jtics. attempts[ : England Is: said to have assumed amore aDd delivering it at the different post offices on
1. 2104
: vas lovely. The reception she gave me was wrong end of it ?' 926 decided} tone and to have ptremptorilvraquircd th* line, has been severely censured for .

, ( polite and graceful, but somewhat distant ; Nonsense Will you answer me ?' 2 1678 604 the Sultan to come to a resolution;, 1 1which ligence in the performance of his De!!'

){; It und I perceived that she had either forgotten I think I could put the finishing touch to 3 1911 539 he will not and cannot do uile=s ooli- That there obligation!
ii or was determined not to recognizo mo. I that sprig.: Do you not see ?' .1 continued, 4 2413 214 !. been two or probably threi

l .vas not quite prepared for thU, and in spite jumping j up and leaning over her, 'it should be 5 2483 127 gcd.It is affirmed that the Engli.-h: _\11bas:3adnrhas : irregularities in the reception of the nwil,|

;,ft.:i ot my contitutional: confidence, felt not a little done so, and then so. What stitch do you 6 1S97 230* lately presented a memorial to .ha Porte ; will net deny. Rut that they proceeded IbaremissnejS :
11 c'inbarassed. I had, perhaps, mistaken call that ?' 7 3023 200 st.iting the objections of his Government to on the part of the agent, is not st

:.1 f the; breakings forth of a young buoyant spirit The beauty was not altogether in a mood 8 3630 250 the Treaty of the Sth Jutyandrequitiig tint The thlure: to deher the mail at the

;j I under ridiculous circumstances, for the en- for joking. I took her hand-It trembledand 9 2725 255 attention should be (paid tu them.-I5u'. (asks: :: time was to proptr
owing circumstances
.J.. eourngemcnt of volatile coquetry and, for a so did mine. 10 2950 363: the Divan) what mean all the secret and indirect over which

.. mo-Mcnt, I was in doubt whether I should not. Will you pardon me ?' I whispered. I ama H 3691 BOO* demands; ; when it is written that the sovereign he had no control. The immense quantity

: apologize pretend she was not the lady for sinner-a counterfeit poor swindling va- 12 1475 455 prerogative of national independence ran: which about that time had fillen in a!*

J \vhomr my visit was intended. But then she gabond : but I love you from my soul.' 13 2240 445 must be renounced because a third party docs most all parts of the United States, and parti: *

,, wa so beautiful Angels and minister The work dropped upon her knee. 14 2095 141 not give its assent, and that a state cannot enter cularly in the territory of Florida, rendered

iNathing on earth could hava sent me downstair wIn 15 1531 298 into engagements at its own pleasuie: and travelling very difficult even on horsebad

; *, unless I had been kicked down .!Ma about afortnight from this time, I addres- for its o\vn security ? What then have

: J dam.: T uegan; .-hut my blocd was in a turmoil, sed the following note to my friend. 2728 3159 I The Porte is h.ippity capable at least of must been the inconvenience

and I hive: never'been able to recollect precise Deir Sir : It will give you great pleasureto 2733: feeling the degradation of inc attitude whichis and danger to which the stage loaded witi

ly \\hll 1 said. Something it was, however. hear that my prospects are mending, and to l he g vo'i it, and if it his not perhaps sufficient :' mail, wis; subjected in crossing! the swoHea

about: my late) ilhur, and her lamented husband that you have lost your wager. As I intend > 421 ttrenglh( to reply with "the pride of streams;: that intervene between JMil/edgerilk/

. I I absence: livercornplaints; and life insurancewith I settli.ig the insurance on my wife : I shall of kEstim te. I wounded honor, it is, however, deal to all and Tallahassee ? Like failures occurred

C0ll1ph. lent6. condolences, pardons, perturbations course think you entitled to the job. Should In the above schedule we have inserted the threats: and ill founded :ition.s.VIENNA many other places. But a knowledge of tier:

and preter-pluperfect impertinence. your trifling los in me oblige you to become estimated majorities in the Wards not yet can leb. 23.-An English courier causes silenced
'::1; Th, lady looked surprised, broke lilY speech : an ensign in the West Indies or a missionary vassed, viz :-sixth seventh, eighth and ele Constantinople:: Ins hurried through this city animadversion. In our tow:,
! with three well-bred venth. in the present month, there were three and(firing .
. two or ejaculations: andjast.mij.hcd in New'Zealanp, you may rely upon my interest on his was t I) London His arrival effected
"If\\J mo very nuch by protesting that there,' Extract of n lette, dated New York, April 1 a sensation on our E. ch nge, miu-h importance the winter and commencement of spri.twelve .;

1'. fcht! had never:: heard her husband' mention 11, half past 5 nclock( A. M. IU\'InJ noun attached to hi3 despatches.: or fifteen. In New Orleans there hafs:
i either my filhcr or his promised little heir I have just left Tammany Hall. All the however that been
apparent NEW YORK ELECTION.The Kxperienved: speculators say. twenty-one during the rainy season. So
: I William! Henry Thomas, in theM wards canvassed excepted the 6th 7th, Sth 1.1 feared from the East and I
Charter Election for the City common I I nothing is to he that: the citizens Tallahassee may have De
t. ; hole course of their union. 'Ah, madam,' eed on Tuesday last, and closed:: on Thursday making preparations for the transmission" of I I thai l it would be wrong to be alarmed at the censolation of
: and llth, and there is doubt knowing that others have cot
: said I, the omission is extremely natural !' no but Lawrece
4 11 Evening. It has unquestionably been one of new !steps taken by England: and France against -
j I I all I is elected by a majority of from 300 500 I been exempt from the inconveniences,ofwhifi
:, am sure am not at oflbndt-d with your late 1 the most animated contests that has ever taken to : the ;Uiusiun 'lty.-\Ilgemeine Zcit-
, husband on that score. He wa* an elderly place in that Citty. The shops were generally and we have the Alderman certain in 9 wards.*!;1 ang. ;March 7. they complain and Mr. Shaw may :soiacehizi-

!i sickly sort of a man. My father always told shut up ; and a large and excited populationthus It is a glorious victory-every exertion and I self with the reflection, that other agents hlfS
htm.ho could not last but he never thought money was lavished by the Batik partytheywere LATEST MEXICO the Congress
poured into the streets. The papers are : FROM -By ship not been more successful in surmounting impossibilities
'I.! he would have died so soon after his marriage; full of the riots that broke out at the polls and desperate, and fought as if upon this election : Captain Allm, we have received Vera than himself.

I :; lie had nut tiin<% nc had not time Madam, to in the Wards. Much violence was used: on depended the charter of their marr.oth. Cruz papers to March 5th. Bravo still continued The &

.) make his friends happy by introducing them to both sides. The presses of both parties are corruption, the U. S. Bank. in arms in the South. No ingagement same resolutions which censured
Yours in haste." Shaw for the of hi'*
you. of had occurred since negligence in discharge
I full of criminations and recriminations.: The any importance the date
I believe the whole I must have be- This Success would wofully disappoint the duty, applauds Mr. McComb for punctuality
upon struggles in the 6th Ward especially, must I of our previous accounts. The city of Mexico -
haved jemardable well ; for the widow could have been very violent-We extract the following Opposition. They have indulged the most was continually disturbed by robbers, and in the fulfilment of his engagements. Inrela-!

not quite make up her mind whether to credit postscript from the Journal of Commerce sanguine hopes of the success of V crplancl<. j j I frequently by conspirat-ics. From the llth tion to this matter, I will simply premise toMi.

:i. me or not, which, when we considered the very as the last and most striking scene of York It will be glorious indeed, if the ciy of New !I., of Jan. to the 16th February, no less than 500 M. was allowed twice the time to convey
stands firm.
slender materials I had to woik is -Amid all the distressesand
upon the whole ; I! criminals were arrested in the Federal District
saying a great deal, At last I contrived to Ie HALF PAST 1 O'CLOCK. panic of the great Commercial Emporium -about 200 of the number for robberies. a mucn lighter mail than that allowed to

make the conversation glide away to Auld Robin Horrible work again.Whilst we were ;" in the midst of Bank and mercantile I j I The capital was patrolled at night by strong Shaw nearly the same distance. A da/s detention
' Grey and the drawing of Appollo, which influence ; with a thousand causes to j would not the from delivering
penning the last paragraph, a dreadful riot took operate guards. Congress were engaged Ou a project prevent one
; I pronounced to be a chef d' uvre.C Per- place in Broadway, just above the Park, in for them ; with Mr. McNeven, flying off and j: relative to the public credit. The national the mail in due time, while an tow'1

mit me however to suggest, that the symmetryof which a lorge number of peisons have been trying to carry the warm-hearted Irishmen schooner Libre Zepoalteca was run away with delay might subject the other to a failure.

the figure would not bo destroyed by a little most seriously injured-some of them so muchso along with him-and aim the most deceptive on the night of Feb. 16th, from the port of llrShaw has been called by the Pfc* .
more of Hercules in the shoulders which accounts of the early Elections in Virginia, upon
to The commandment
as endanger their lives. A little after Campeachy. of marineat With
would make his life worth a much longer, purchase. 12 o'clock, the sailors belonged to the whig sedulously scattered in their prints to deceive Vera Cruz gives a minute description of Master General to make his defence-
A little more amplitude in the chest tho People-there was every reason to this view, he has furnished the department
patty went up Broadway with their ship, the apprehend vessel, for the double purpose of guarding a-
- too, and a trifle stronger in the legs, as they Constitution, and whilst passing Masonic Hall the result. If this large city does stand gainst ., the possible bad use" which may be with a list of certificates obtained from aIllhs
_ say at the Insurance Office.' The widow firm, amid all these difficulties, it will redound Post Masters of iffo w
.r- gave three eheers. They had scarcely doneso made of her, and of securing, if practicable, (with the exception
looked comically at the lecollections I broughtto when several hundred fellows from the 6th greatly to her honor. And shall she, can she her recapture. She is 75 tuns burthen, and I were absent) on the route from Salubrity18
her mind ; her rosy lips began to disclose Ward rushed Duane stand firm ; and will not the high-minded built Baltimore. -
up street, and attacked was at Capt. Alle.n informsus Milledgeville, showing the cause which traduced
their treasures in a half smile ; and this, in them most furiously. The Committee at the friends of the Constitution among the great that she was cut out of the port by about ha nU

*, turn, expended into a laugh like that of Eu- Masonic Hall came to the assistance of their yeomanry of Virginia, also stand fast ?-Do 40 men-who thereupo turned pirates-and the failures. These certificates, hs

I phrosyne. This was the very thing for me. friends, but the disparity of numbers was so they not love their Liberties as much as the had captured several vessels, chiefly Mexi ne doubt, will satisfy the department th3t "
i I was always rather dashed citizens of New York has been sinned than sinningAM1CUS. -
_ by beauty on stilts; great that they were obliged to retreat into the Tiore against
but put us on fair grounds, and I never sup Hall, pursued by a large number of the mob. We know that the Opposition have been can.COL.. ATJSTIN.-A Mexico paper of Feb. .

4 posed that I could be otherwise than charming.I In a few minutes the Mayor rived, accompanied boasting, that even if the City stands by us, 26th, called El Martillo, say,-" We have
: ran over all the amusing topies of the day Hoffman the State at large will desert our cause.Andby received comunication FOR THE FLORiDit..ifr. .
by Ogden Esquire, the District a signed P. which we
expended a thousand admirable way of making good their what .\ Editor._In oflast week>
jokes, repea- Attorney, and a party of police and shall publish in our next numberr It relatesto your journal
- ted touching passages from a i.ew poem which watchmen. As soon as the Mayor and his have they done ? Hunted up every little Ye the intrigues of the traitor Austin, of whomwe a letter of Col. Gadsden to his friend in Aj P'

she had not read, laughed, sentimentalized, party appeared; they were instantly attackedby turn in every little township for supervisor's hope the supreme government will makea palachicola, is published at the request of t
cuddled the kitten, and forgot to till the mob the tickets, and pompously paraded them in every terrible We afraid Col.
away ; Mayor himself received a example. are Aus- Colonel in which is pretended to be fran&Je
1 had sojourned full two hours. Euphrosyne a severe blow, and the District Attorney was case where they could pretend to triumph.But .- tin will wish he had never seen the Mexican in and
quite lost sight of my questionable! introduction knocked down. there are two sides to the story. The Territories. ven, his views or principles, or Jait\, or

I and chimed in with wit as brilliant as her A bloody affray ensued between the mob Albany Argus and other Administration pa- Nullification-tho Colonel by saying II1UC .

beauty : nor did she put on a single grave look and those who supported the civil authorities. pers, abound with numerous victories on the FIRE.-We regiet to learn, that on the his orthordox political principles, which #J tr

'when I volunteered to call the next day and Amongst the many who were seriously injuredwere : other side-which we forbear to publish in night of the 6th inst. the dwelling house 01 rectly the point,says, u that he agrees penec

read the remainder of the poem.It Joseph Blunt, Fsq. Captain Sinclair, detail. They completely offset the other returns H. L. Holmes, Esq., near Pittsborough, in I ly with the Resolutions of the Virginia!ssel11d.j jof

is impossible to conceive how carefully Joseph J. Hays, constable, Mr. Dunshee, the State";-will and stand convince us that the Empire Chatham county, accidentally caught fire, and '98, and that when grass usurpations! j joalpable
firm amid all the
home. head and whirlwindsof
I: walked My heart were Police Officer. was entirely consumed, together with all its:: are tn* :
lull of the widow and the wager. end my life I Besides these, six men were carried to the party.-We have not a moment's doubtof contents.-Fay&lcville Ob!. infractions of the "compact"
it. the General Government the Stalt$
was more precious than the bigot diamond. I hospital, dangerously if not by ,
mortally Great destruction
Snakes. The Macon
kept my eyes sedulously upon. the pavement ded. In Connecticut, the Opposition party have of :parties to the u compact" have the ngl1. .
Telegragh of the 21st ultimo IS
that the coal-holes closed succeeded. Returns are received from 51 says, ,a mm- the evils &c. &c. Now Sir ibIS
weie "
to be sure ; The citizens during the affray into remedy ,
fhe in Pulaski the other
got towns which Mr. Foot week, killed 46 rattle lIs.
and I never once crossed the street without arsenal and obtained muskets, but we believe give the AntiJackson snakes in one day !" : .recisely what John C. Calhoun Jamel

looking both ways to calculate the dangers of .were prevented from carrying them away. dandidate, a majority of more than four i ..tilton, Jr. George McDuffie, B.jjc. Y. e.
: ruu over.Vhen I arrived I .was Two o'clock. hundred. The name of York, the capital of Uppe ,
being presented -The riot has been I said than thousand
quelled From the Courier ; &c. have more a
and Pnquirer of Canada has been
with a letter from my attorney giving for the moment, and several of the rioters'ar Friday. changed by the Legislativ
THE ELECTION-LAST DAT.-From 11 o' Council to that of Toronto the old Indian mud yet nobody has ever for one :;
tho choice of in a regiment rested. ,
an ensigncy Thezo is
in* great reason to fear, bow- clock S
yesterday until a late hour laat Dight, title. ,doubted ita truth.-Tho/ have alaoI.

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theory or Ct..uS I EITIICTMr. runt :tic JC CtY.&u. I II I Now toe populate tab4e 3 do cot ict down 4 N xasikac --1 b; :,--.y c.\.CH--.J:1 aria;l t> sir. be taJ : to po&teasioa e tit tct -

goreri.er.L ta.rs, istber1cter r..u seea ia os i.r i R* yexri :x:, 3 :oJc t. dr2.iix :'a.2c': tza: it has
of toe
ujQobinnu OQ Uce cere ecapfeseir tar -
[. bued ."e I I KjL-ii trl0'/td that there bxild t..e readvui the etxure ic: : rasr, Ter. _r.: set j: FLi3is i. et'LPO)a rt Tr'a 3 b.tfJ. teed ;I I
r-- ot cite earths at oxc iri.an a ihoo aad cullivaa, as3 1 1at.
la 1 I i f tie JocrcaU cf tixu UuoeTue I .ua-- c : ?ter,
of Pljriag these r-,-. ts tscetao C'.zfarri ', eater cpoo aDd the more uaoal eUmat a about 750,000, A p :y cf wills eu.ci ti C.a..U1.A.I Hsa.*?.*. Tis T i r-lr Jy a pi th -rj bisocsal isi i.J

oar T ry, i srt d u r eeaz9xrj. rtami of fauzuelf sad oiher member a a. ft follows, laeref re that the ingenioca, C exa be tGt: tf p
E7 lilt u Is30, rise P4 .. {,I I for lie Middle Dutriet rA FUrida gaiO=it the aafh ntf aad taluawe stausucat work1 cako- I, Fat U-EDWARDAprO z.ri... .Locr"r., r'-- r.la of lius cJmpt'anr. Jkc. u Hcpaaj eadlwkefi

the k'enI tncu wu u Wr1. Y. t E r; yGa J ie Huue uoo oadrjr Reolutuxw bus that ocarij as many persoos hare died ine 25, Ir 31. [Ha] T.OR. ...:' 1 Pries ooa&S3$l of iorce rvo 5aP.as whoie. cr SO eat CDCI stdEtttsT. i '

Fl. 8,536 m,. b: la Weat FJr.rita i 4 r..G 1 rf ams the apportioomeot of ery boor sInCe the ereauoo-irvrLifimg uie GF.S, PUII1 3, 9 ButMt ud P'I I I par ci" tae arti .C.1* 5.e.LI.r ;

Le uUtrre CooneiLTbf early alA of Adam and Ere' and the titar* ax sue va enreai.B.T.ieat far ctih I Il S-'G1e a.eaH :-.d 011 De .-=-
ia the I
lttial. f1r 15,77t. Suvthu dw refreaeatatjoa of the Defaige- there erer were Iinnj at pn:17. [3fof] JO 'S BLAIR Pi.ACHY.'p i I rr tit l s _, _! t3e de prcpoeur, T. KIDDER.tr .

I the .rJ1 a.u by -tVJ1 ti* c jm aad 821. Uta$ tbertoo removed bj one tune lcakulatirta is awfoi P I' ER scaooc r Ciiries EJ e Berry, tart save i2e 9&cce ar ta ii tt !Lie D;. W.T. Carat-
any Far u hi3 Rocrr .
Carte rer lC 39 CantCoacert
l Menhir ,
1 tte popnJ2t1 of tie several ttl'Sia oa y S dJ cod Green. re jau 'Cboogb of bomaa ovxuLly, the oothing- tr, tie *i Mcnbisr B a diiij expedoa cf r' xfas, -.u lies .R-. u4 cav by kafcy

e. q.p 4Giafkr 'sya eeiruwr from Caariestoc, S- CajotHi, x cigo cfCORN ;.! ...
( aM"ud ezuteoce the prodigious *.
atim2ed. 1.t sc tar: b1 tbt t tJ,4Q mod nary r oeM of tndindaii ta a. -I)

brns from B Cl pdl, ef homaa trca the Ptu1t' t. BUM
easares. At Je H..1.vo 1 r. T 3altl xth r:
c For sale en c'cs ruoea Ladirarxils --sh.t.q : r r. L

e to t eu to 1 2 1, tit wet I, Kirkbad Hc"m *a, Mafwittg.t an fill the earth and re-imsgie with us dost when of tit iS*) 4/uciss, p.iti best *ociy 1 --iT.2y I' 1. ID'W.1. J U

OI dead ar* pocieatoo* e&oogb onrmtunnglaacua ; JOBS 111.ra P&;1l.
n rases .
from lot tie tom c< 712 I l rtsr 1V. ec.oP s. rcfiisj, cA 6V l ad- 3VaV*, Ajxi ati, JH. 1 i. For sate ot tins -1ic xr

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-" __ .. ...._-. .--- --'-_-" .--' --- -- ..- -- -- --- -- -- -- Ill, TO THE ASTHMATIC AND
F -1-In-- _- r-__ ; S----: -': -' CON 8
f, REWARD CONSUMPTIONCURED. most prevalent and fatal tlrP:
ELECTIO $405 THE of aU
F I PLANTERS' HOTEL. PROCLAMATION to civilized society-the CODsm 1'.
IHHS-- generally oe traced t.the least
t subscriber ** taken the PLANTERS1 HOTEL, VEGETABLE Alarming
\\ THti take hIS opportunity of informing his friends pursuance if law, I,LESLIE A.THOMPSON, .1' DE LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN a slight but neglected cold. Or? "
and the public that his HOUSE will be open for their reception IN ( of the Bounty Court of Leon County, here- '; WmL1Iatl: Ul IPQ mur tLI SPECIFIC. that one hundred and fifty tho/sandSS. a-'Pear'

on the 1st of March 1834. by give notice tint an election for two members, to I GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA. offered the most valuable remedy ever yet discovered for \\y of the consumption. Most of these hn die .

; 28tf KIDDAR M. MOORE. represent the Council, will beheld in said county on Monday the the apprehension of two runaway slaves, :I Blood ami all diseases of the Breast and treatment of the harrassmg cough that'gVn a li11! '

t BROWN'S HOTEL. 5th day of May next, at the following places:: Yiz : charged with the murder JAMES ROUNDTREE of Geor-, of Prepared, by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. It -which is usually followe by i I*
under the of R. late of the county Lownds and state Lungs. to the in the side' and last difcul batiDI:
I the West side of the Capitol Square, between At Tallaliasse, superintendence Esq., the disturbed nerves, gives strength at ?
in Leon County,
ON D. B.Macomb and Wm. Flake. gia. The deceased was murdered compiscs etc. Asthmatic
Hayward the Spirits, repeated attacks, also Vile l
: 'f and Pensacola Streets TaUahu- the Appetite,improves brine '
Augustine and Florida, about one Lung, repairs on
subscriber At St Marks.under the superintendence of J. B. near the line between Georgia each bottle of the symptoms. Ono or two dollars COI 1
j see. Florida. This establishment (to which the R. the night of the 26th Bill. _of Directions. accompanying. .._ ....,, expended j la
t fsr of Peachy. Robert fturges and N. Dudley. mite above Mannings,.on. "' : < mnnnnpr...-...-. I I chase of tf
the ---
has removed it out in a
) nowopen purpose At Magnolia-under the superintendence of A. inst. The persons charged with the rauraer aiore-I Specific, pointing lUIlluvu" disease TV. Tk a
public entertainment.Sept. Spangler. John lamlin and Joseph Ladd. said, arc a black man belonging to Col. R. W. Williams symptoms in their different stages the treatment whll.eusing 1R. .ELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILL,
7th 1833. 4tf) THOMAS BROWN. the named CRITTENDON formerly the property nnd p1\riculrdirections respecting and a attention their ;
At the house rf John Blocker, under superintendence : well authenticated certificates timely administ
I RAIL RO: AD::-Books. of subscription are now open of Jereniah Powell, S. C. White and John of John S. Shepard, Esq. This fellow is about usually ensure a mitigation of these disorder "

,.I Treasurer's office, and will be kept open I. Blocker. five feet eight inches high, active and well made, and of cures, etc demano effect ?The Pills are In

f for sixty days from the date hereof, for the Capital I At Parish's Stare [Mickasookie ] under the superintendence about 20 or 23 years old, he is a daring and bold vil-! In consequence of the great and enabled increasing reduce the fectual remedy lor the symptoms preceedin/alsoau i'D

Stock of the Tallahassee Rail Road,subscripuons will of Joseph Joiner, Willis Burney and JB. lian. The oTher slave is a mulatto, named JOE, the for this specific, the proprietor is it to come panying the Asthma, and Consumption P
be received at the above place during business hours Parish.At property William Wyatt, Esq. and former y belonged price to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling Coughs. difficnlty of Breathing tightness,and coi

) by CHARLES AUSTIN, the house of Wm. W. Hart, undr the superin-- to Littleburv Jones, Esq. cf Gadsden County. within the reach of all persons. across the chest, Wheezing pam in :he *]fo I ,
I Secretary and Treasttrtr to the Board of Director tendence of R. "VThitaker, Wm. W. Hart and B. H. JOE is much freckled,-has blue eyes, and is about 5 Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pilla. of blood, &c. Few cases can occur of n' p

'Tallahassee, Fcbruary 22d 1834 28tf_ Murray.At feet 6 or 7 inches high, and well made, be may attempt These Pills have bern successfully used by thousands class of disorders in which the purchaser of Ir H or"

SALE.F1TVIE the house cf John Havis, under the superintendence to pass as a free man and may change his name; who can testify to their superior efficacy (over I Pills will not find a rich return for their trifli '*
FLORIDA LA&D FOR of R. Maming, Wm. G. Ponder and J. H. he is about 23 years old.! 3Cf ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS many other remedies now in use) for the cue of Dyspepsia I itnre. 5 elp.tf

f undersigned having purchased of General Sh .hee. REWARD, will be given for each of the a- in all their complicated! forms they give strengthto K-To the

I Jii Fayette, township of land in Florida,granted At the house of Joseph Moore, under the superintendence bove described slaves, if delivered to the Marshal of the debilitated organs of digestion, repair the appe-- Ladies !

to him by the Congress of the United States,offei of Joseh Moore, John L. Vickers, and the Middle District of Florida, or to the She ritTof the ttite,removes nausea and sickness of the stomach, ha- White and sound Teeth, are both an {

: the same for Bale. W m. Roberts.At county of Leon, or :secured in any jail in this Terri- costivencss, licad-ach, palpitation of the heart, blessing. The best security for their advanh ,

This land is situated in the immediate neighbour- Fisher's Ferry, under the superintendence of tory.j bitua many other nervous affections. They contain no found in the use of the gew t b

hood of Tallahassee, and is be'ieved, for fertility of James Stewart, William Fisher and Henry F. Sim Given under my hand at the City of Tallahassee Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they arc a BRITISH ANTISEPTIC

soil, and local advantages, to be more valuable than mons. this 29th day of March, 1834, and I and safe cathartic: there is no restriction in diet This elegant Tooth Powder DEXTIFRICZ

I any other land in the territory.The At the house cf John Grimes, under the superin- of the Independence of the United States: the : or mid or exposure to wet or cold while using em. eredicate the scurvy ktthe gun, and a preventT m ,! "I

Southwestern part of the township adjoins the tendence of Lionel Fletcher, Harvey M. Hale and Fil'ty-Eighih year. Bill of directions cull accompany each box of Pills, cumulation of Tarter.-which not only t I
city of Tallahassee, from which point to the shipping John Addison.At WM. P. DUVAL. which will fully explain their cflects.Wr. loosens the teeth and accelerates their blacl D3 ?
nf SL Marks, a distance of about miles, the house oJ Elisha Winslow under the Pills for deei *
port twenty superintendence Dollars. .) f the well known reputation of tnesc Dentrifice thus remove* the &1
a rail road u in contemplation to be made, in a short of Eliiha Winslow, Daniel L. Richardson I. $206 many years, the proprietor (J. IiU VD, Philadelphia) .jive breath. preserves the healthiness prevailing and causes nf dDU r

and Robert S. Fzircloth. N addition to the above reward, the citizens of deems it to give any further detail of the gums and renders the! teeth beautifully
tune.The navigation ot the St. Marks river has been recently At the house o?Wm. W. Briggs, under the super-I I Tallahassee and vicinity offer TWO HUNDRED them. A unneccssaY fresh supply has been received, and for sale! I I Price 50 cents.Priewhole whj lte* 0

improved, to a point within six miles of the intendence of Virnl H. Vivian, N. W Walker and AND FIVE DOLLARS; also, uch further sums, by appointment by F-. B. PERKINS.Tallahassee boxes, 30 Pills, I
.. Southeastern part of the township, which will afford Wm. W. Briggs. L. A. THOMPSON.I as may be contributed by those who have not yet had Nov 23d 5tf 12 cent dollar' barb iU"

navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of Tallahassee,4pril 5th !!834. 34-tde. an opportunity to subscribe. None
are genuine upless
produce. i'1i SAW GINS"manufactured, by Jas. Boatwright, Tallahassee, March 29th, 1831. 34-tf. FRESH ))RUGS.I printed by the signed on the
wrapper boit proprietor, T. KlDnS
'i1is land will be sold in parcels to Euit those wishing Qp Columbia, South Caroliny, for sale by mmediate
'i! iJ' aUBd. successor to the late Dr. \V.
: to purchase, on a credit from five to eight years, i J n o. bL AiR re ACH Y. :: ( w wm For sale his T. Con" !."
and fine blooded 1 JQ at Counting Room, over No
reasonable those will THIS beautiful :
at: prices- wishing to purchase -ALSO- C
received full ot fresh dru 9J
ranks application to cither of the undersi ned. 1,100bu5hs. SALT,coarse and fine-apply as above. Horse, will stand the present season, J supply js, Street, near. ConcfrtIJ1! Boston, and aLa! few:
etc etc
WILLIAM B. NUTTALL at farm in Leon county, on Lake perfumery, cia! by B.
February 8th,1833.126t11pYSPEPSIA ) my 15th inst. Also, sugai boiler's Thermometers, graduated toCOO PERI's \NO 2))
HECTOR. BRADEN Jackson: commencing on the '
AND I IIVER-COMPLAINT. degrees on brass s of 22 inches Litmus Turneric 'i'
\ ales ; Tallahassee.
WILLIAM P. CRAIG. I and terminating on the 14th July next. February 81,
Professor of Physiological l Medicine etc. : Maynard and Noye's celebrated Ink and Ink 1.Ii
Tallahassee' : November 23J 1833. 15tfLlr'Thc That the community may have an opportunity of seeing -
who for several has devoted his entire Powder Lowe and Reeds genuine Chlorine tooth
years for ; If. tEFE'SI
; ; : Savannah Georgian, Charleston Mercury, his stok ; and owing to the cry of pressure
attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate diseases wash, the best article known for diseased teeth and ,
Constitutionlist Southern Recorder Milledge- he will stand this season at the reduced priceof m
.qtgt.LSfa money, mm
chemical is and Bullduls Oil of Soa 3
succeeded -
has by analy > cli'ansingVoolen
synthesis gums ; ( flr.
vill Richmond Star RaleighN. Twelve Dollars-Twenty Insurance, or p-opcrty
Georgia; Enquirerand S one of the most efficacious
in combination from several proximate cloths salts ot Lemon for ink and stains in compounds
C. will the above for weeks and for. forming a and Seven the single leap-payable) at the :' rpf'.I! mth. Jf1,
; publish eight vegetable, principles which he. has given the changed! cloth ; Lucifer and Phosphorus matches; Osbornc's TERiA MCDICA, for the cure of that claw of
vraid their accounts to this >ffi _ year crate ,
--- name Medicinte Stomachics et Wepaticae ; which has when celebrated water colours, ctc; beautiful gloss ink stands Ij produced by an impure state:
f I L' ARE dOUSE: ANl .... ." secured. Fifty cents: for each marc to the groom blood, and a vitiated habit of body and oft
( "T CO tMIu:: \ 1> : & proved far more efficient than any remedy heretofore and Pounce boxes ; fancy and mcdicato lozenges ; usually .

: y yo NESS, APALACIIICOLA, ELORIDA discovered, in curing those distressing maladies ofmind first Tennessean served. will be 6 old on the 8th of next patent barley, }powdered, sago, ere. of which ting themsfclves i" the formsof! Scrofula Salt Rht
; The subscribers, having associated themselvcstoetIs and body, which are generally comprenendei'- years "YVm. E. Butler will be sold! cheap fur cash 01 approved credit. I Leprosy, St. Anthony's Fire Fever Sores ( whea
I ir under the stile and film of FORD & HAUDIN, der the sweeping terms DYSPEPSIA and LnER.C.IM'PLAKTs1t month; was bred by my brother, Dr. E. B. PERKINS. he bones are afFected) White Swehling'sifappfl(

: I : purpose transacting: a General WJRE HOUSE and is likewise an almost certain cure for enlargement of Tennessee a dark bay, with back; legs, mane Tallahassee, December 14th 18tf7TEW with Dr. Jebb's Liniment,) Foul and obstinate Ulcen
sired ,
COMMISSION Business at Jpalachicola. Having of the SPLI: K. and tail, of good size and beautiful figure ; wets sore legs and eyes scald head in
wade'suitable with several vessels for by the celebrated horse Carolinian, ont oj his full sii DRUGSTORE"Jtf.iR/JA'.VJ.; -Thesub- scorbutic! chidrn&uny ud
I arrangements Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia and gout Pimpled or .festenn
, Livercornt -having been bred in and in, therbey combining I,scriber has just received by ship American, from torbunded
the direct transportation of Cotton, &c. either to New plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach cuptions. and venerial throughout the body, i
York or New Orleans ; and having facilities at all melancholy,irritability, disagreeable taste in thE double Archy; and to show how unexceptionable! is New York a complete assortment of fresh and genn- which last case the drops often cure when
his blood the pedigree of his sire is hereto attached, ine Drugs and 31 cdicinc.also. oils, glass and mercury
times within their power to make reasonable advances mouth; great irregularity of appetite; which is sometimes paints fsiltf They are alto the best Spring and
upon prodrcc consigned to their care and management; voracious and at other times greatly deficient; which combines in a double form, both sire and dam dye stiiffa;, patent medicine, perfumery, surgeons instruments pL'vsic to purify and cleanse the system from Altmr
I would tender thcir services' and of this fine horse. Extensive pasturage, well watered, etc. e IC., comprising sarsaparilla, which humon.
they respectfully solicit thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach Sytl', frequently appear at there san*of the tear.
,t a liberal patronage in the above line of business, and eructations, palpitation, drowsinesss, irregularityof and under good fence will be furnished for all mares ost. Belladona, ext. cicuta, prussiate They also aid the process s of digestion and,by

vleding their personal and individual attention to all the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals sent to this horso at the low rate of Fifty Cents per iron, sal marti.s.flighalis,corrosive sublimate turpcih the blood prevent the secretion of malignant purilVinj humour,

business consigned to them, either for sale or otherwise. pain in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion o week; but no accountability ncci'lents or escapes.! mineral, i ip.itiglo.is,iodine, gum. kino, Henry's magnesiamanna .fthe lungs. The proprietor rcIi

mind, attended with the loss of memory, a gnawing Other evidences of stock and peiformance, will bes'ib- .f.tilnliatc morphium, musk, oil crotoc, English I the vafii number of :surprising cuies confidently by.DPI

Their Ware Houses and Close Stores arc under i in the stomach: when empty, chilliness, affection( o mitt d on application. blue 0"5, mlim'nialc'belcu'p! Eluil !.Ign, drops, not only in Boston and its vicinity efected}, throughout 1

ing a thorough repair, will be large and commodious, sight and hearing, pain and weakness in the back : 3J: April, 1834. ROBERT BUTLER. ergot, f 'l" rl. r!. :eet, cei.Im.mlic tnnf ; : aa.. iUSwiim' the Union for the best proof ofthtir aiarmnfailiog

if ituatcd in a desirable part of the town, and as exoinpt languor, disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands, tremor l'!: ter: : .p.)I: (,: ditto: Verniifuge. q. uine, alterative medicine, in all tIcelent cass abut*

, from the dangers of fire as any other house, of n uneasiness in the throat, caugh, paiu iu the side o: Pedigree of the Sire and Dam of Tennessccnn. strychnine ri '.- .' : bm sl pipes nipple shields: specified. This article ha recently been

! similar character, on the Point. breast, &c. C.u'i.ii.nan, which is u fine blood bay, with black cuppinginstruments, complete with ;pumps, stomach by aPhysician of the first lespectabihty. prOIOllc

1 WM. P. FORD, (late of Augusta, Ga.; ) The above maladies lead to organic affections of tin logs, hunc and tail, nearly 5 feet 4 inches high, four- pumps complete with metallic puini I(%, electrical ne.ssed t surprising efficacy, a entitled! in his opia

11 EDWD. J. HARDIN, (Apalachicola.) atomach, liver, and heart,terminating in Dropsy,Con. teen y.rars old the 23t'i of May next, was bred by me Cutlery, ;-.lass funnels, glass Mopped \ials, ampglass, ion. to take the lead of all the popular articles known

,1 REFERENCES.-Stewart $> Fontaine, Smith 4- sumption, Apoplexy,&c.according to the climate,habits and was got by that unequalled horse Sir Archie, liis mlle all tcxxi.te trilai:.,. cro\\ n lalc' :$, tuue's, a for the above complaints, and in.leeditis fast gaining

Ntrgxn, J. S. Calhoun, .V. W. Perry, $ Co. T. 4. .V. I age, sex, and temperament of the patient. dam also was bred bv me, got by the imported Druid ; ih\l k bilc, !i: e"w '{( !(: pessarits, trUSCS, toId) this poi:1 in public estimation throughoatthe coaatrj

! Evans ff Co., Whitlick Greenwood, <$. Co..,-Columbus. Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Milledgevillc grandam by old Wil ldair, the best son of Fearnought; leaf, carmine, ..(I's hair Perics: ,W\r Ctollr: pailt I'rke $1 a bottle ..r l bottles or $ 5)
Begirt 4- Kneeland, Jas. Hamilton! fy Son,John R. Inventor and sole proprietor. his g. grandam by Amcricus, also by Fear ought carmine saucer, self syrcn"-:, somnt'; :hc cry valuable : DYSPEPSIA, OK INDIGESTION.

'. Pitliin. -Nf'w.Yurk. Testimonials.-Numerous certificates might be ad. his grandam got by old Janus out of a mare got preparation1 of Mr. CJEOAOIV.. (JAr.rcNTER,
g. g.
"1 I;. W. Gr'gvry, Bogart ff Hawthorn.-N. Orleans. duced relative to the extraordinary cures performecby by old Janus, out of a marc got by Moor's Partner out Philadelphia( .) ext. sarj-aj.aiil'a, fci pu.ifying the has Of been lon standing and of the mOlt otntlat character,
t St John 4- Leavens, T. W.Jtfc Coy.-Mobile. blood and invigorating ( neraHy.Ext. immediately relieved and often permanently
using these medicines; but the following are thought of a mare got by the old imported Jolly Roger, out ot tl tj'sitm { cured in
;Ii Aug. 17, 1833 ItfCOMMISSION sufficient Bii.-'icc: ti>r complaint of the bladder, uretha a variety of cases that have occurred in Bow
the without
to satisfy minds of the most skeptical : old Kitty Fisher. This fine horse a solitary : dixl
vicinity by for short
using a time.
. From Dr. James Ewe, Author of the Medical stain, unites in himself the best blood cf the American etc. comp'd syr. an mvaluaoie! remedy for Dr. Kflte'
I : RECEIVING AND FOR WAR. Companion 'l Vegetable
' coughs, : etc. cjtrated huh for the Pills,
} making Specil aodanti.Bilol.
For the blood of Druid consumption
; and horses. -
1 chicola.! or Family Physician. English race I both of which .
: At.ipa -The under- neutral mixture, llarrowgnte salts, he celebrated medicine are to be according valuable !
& tinned have formed a co-partnership under the firm of NEW.ORLEANS, Dec. 20th 1833. Fearnought; Jnnus, Moor's Partner, Jolly Rugt-r, of '.l r. 'hompson Kidder, Boston viz. kelps: plain and practical directions accompanying t
the dam of
Falc-jnar 4* Kimbrough forthe purpose transacting To whom it may concern.- This is to certify, that 1 Kitty Fisher, and the imported Blossom, of the j" b.itamcal droos, .;tict to be a most cert'iin and; effectual( Specific. Price 5o cents each.
'I a general agency commission and receiving and forwarding have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's Jtiedicina Americus, see general Stud book of England I, remedy] tW: "very d"ortkr! fri, an Ne e *re genuine unless signed on the outside prig-
of i-ir Archie Wild-: arisin.
edition of 1303. As the blood ,
business. Being prepared to make the usual Stomachicr et Hepatiece in a number of very obstinate to state oYlhf I.i1oLl: amid )lumiour>, ltel's B. drops impure, asth-: ted wrapper, by the sole proprietor T.
air and Americus I need remark tu-M! KIDEK
not to as
advances on consignment to their friends in New Orleans Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long standing,likewise stop i n.atu pil!!:* for ftllhtll c4)mn12Ltmuts, obstruction, immediate successor t.) the late Dr. \V.T. W.-
known have been the tc.tbred hypochonduii
: New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, ProviIoncc -I in several cases of the enlargements of the pleen ; are gene.horses ally this continent.OfCarohinan's to high est a.iti f tC. atLI-IHli''IS pills, vU cthe: specitic t r'tPPrj : I For <.L at lib Counting Room, over Na. 99 Court
and Boston, and disposed to devote their time I and its affects were truly astonishing. I have no hesitation on indigtitiou rh : HUBtcrsYPliiticlwdc.Jumflcy's .street, nrar Concert Hall, Boston, and also bj bi.
exclusively to the interest of those confiding business in declaring it the most valuable! preparationfor blood, I ull in fine, merely remark, : umtcinament, cal appointment, by E. B. PERKINS, (Nc.1)lhzLggist..1)
that there is better horse in America pile remrdy,
not -
nor ever was
their those ailments I
to made the that has
charge, having distressing dver with-
come ,
necessary arrangements and that favorable be sait of th" blooJofany t'VC iuui.sctptic d ltriil'e! aItion .
.. to forward cotton to New York or elsewhere in my knowledge. JAMES EWELL, M. D. nothing can I [aIa5ter, canbrian tooth ache rills.Vith othr arti.eMi I, Tallahassee, Feb. 17, 131. 26tf.
with! other horse, that may not with at least equal
expedition by vessels light draft of water at Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1834. l'les; loo numerous to mention, the above for &ile low
truth be said of his blood.
. the lowest rates of freight, a liberal share: of public The bear REMEDY; FOR RHEU3IATISM.HE .
irdersigned can testimony to the superior PHIL. CLAIBORNE:," lor c.isluurun approved credit. E. C. LEDY D. :
. tutronage: is respectfully solicited. efficacy of Dr. Peter's Medicine Stomachic et He- April i 5. 1834. [(34-4\\.] of Hrginm.Strayed. .r\iauui, O.,.tu'' ':r 26tl -I 11 tf Druggist..L.AUGE I HE I : excruciating pain-he decrepitude and defermity -
.q. //. FALCO.'iR.JV.U.ll.
patcae in the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints L"E premature old age, ulich are the
KIMBROUGH. from personal experience. XJLi I IWIa JA usual attendants.. of the disorder, are suffered by man)

1 REFERENCES WM. G. JOHNSON. complete nssortaunlof from despair of a cure or disappointment in the efficacy
J Shorter, Tarvtr <$. Co., Gen. Howard,Judge Colquitt, Dr. P's Medicine Sto-nachicz Hepaiia are al of the numerous pretended antidotes to
put up : plantation of Co!. Vass, on 01 :rout Drugsand; Medicines, received etetl
.l'I D-,. Iloxty fy Urquhart, P. D. Woodruff Columbus. in parcels wi'h full directions for using. From one FROM inst., a young unbroken | Jt>255 from New York and Baltimore sale,just wholesale! purpose. But those who have made a fair

I Jill.H.S'rortcrEst-NewYork. Gen.R.K. Call, to three parcels will be necessary to complete a cure. unmarked: colour black size small: tail docked : mud and retail. Country Merchants and Practitioner : DR JEBB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT,
Hon.J. M. White-Florida. Dr. D. L. The is $5 .sup-
TFAtff-Gads- price
a parcel. condition good : was tracked to Tallahassir, ami is plied on the must even m cases of longstanding, and of the most wren
: den County. .1tt: 31, 1333. 3t. A great quantity of the above valuable accommodating character
, very preparations supposed to have taken the road towards Quinsy. \ SEIXAS, hare received certain relief and many ban
pi i ; AND.-For sale valuable tract of land contnm- will be kept E.constantly B. on hand by Any person securing said Mule and informing the __M'y2nlltf? Druggist, Jh noliaF'orida.DOCTOH been cured in a few days, some in 24 hours! a a nUmber
.LJ in< 560 Monticello PERKINS, Tallahassee, subscriber will be rewarded. of in Boston and who formerly .
i. I r acres, lying near Jefferson justly persons: vicinity, were
" Who is authorised J.
I;i county, Florida, belonging to Lawrence Hill of New- to dispose of them, either at whole- THO. BROWN. EDWIN STEWART, afflicted with R um have fully;; test;
: :
I York, this tract of land, is about one half hammock, sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be March 22, 1834. 32tf.INSURANCE BH> ESPECTFULLY offers his professional services; fied. Certificates are in the possession of die Proprietor

r 4 : and the balance of oak,and well watered with a spring obtained of the proprietor.JOS. Jtfe, 'n th"citizens[ of Tallahassee: and its vicinity a proving the most thorough and surprising cores bj

' branch running through the same : persons wishing PRIESTLEY PETERS. a practitioner of medicil e. His cjjlce, i b oa J eIfel son I meanof this powerful LINIMENT in cases when
.i see the land, will apply to James L. Parish, Esqr at The following are. few among the many persons that st. next door to Mr. Perkins' IlJ store.Tdlhiliasheft. other approved applications had failed.
have been either eniirely cured or benefited I Nov 23d ". utterly
tf Monticello, who will show the same, and for terms, greatly 'I.") l5tfTo FlUE'S
the last twelve
months, by the use of Dr. Pe l
whi-rh will be liberal
to Tallahassee
apply me I
i:; will also sell the remaining lots,'in the west addition: ters' Medicinz Stomachics et Hepaticae within the those aflictevith Corns. Fr sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ease ui
II state of Georgia.Mrs. : relict On recent sore the effect is most saluWry.Whcrc
to Monlicello\ and bargain if aordsinstant:} eyes
) give a applied for soon: h. THE ceebratedbiol t
l'I I I Nov 23d 15tf| TURBUTT R: BETTON: Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. at same time dissolves and draws and the complaint has been of years standmf
It Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do. 'I3' 1 the Corn out by the roots. without the lead pain. in some exceeding bad ca.-es.the most uneipectei
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. Col. Wm. F. Bond, do. CERTIFICATE." To those afflicted with Corns on I and desira le relief has been found in the nseoftb'n

THE CO PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing Wayne W. Eelands, Esq. Laurens. = their feet, I do certify that I have used the Albion Corn o>e water alter every other remedy had failed. Mujursono

I lJer the firm of Bryan Allen, Esq. do. Planter with complete success. Before I had used ono who have used i:, pronounce it the best pre-

; mQ Sa ma1LLtBm (g Col. John W. Porter, Morgan. )III( box it completely cured a Corn which had troubled me I aration for these complaints have ever met wiifi

h this day dissolved. Robert S. Miller having purchased Sanford Chapman, Esq. Jones. for many years. I make this public for the benefit cf F II I specIaly in cases of soreness 01 inflamatioa of long

p I the entire stock, is alone authorised to settle Alexander Irvin, Esq Washington. I those afflicted with that painful: !complaint. I,: standing.*. Pric, 25 cents a ottle.

I the debts. R. S. MILLER, CoL Qeo. G. Mathews, Green. 34JOHN ____ \\11. None are genuine unless signed on the ontroto
. i: : Feb. 15, ((27tf.:) P. H. HARLEY. 7 Flushing, L. I. Feb.28." SIAV. printed wrapper, by the sole proprietor T. KIDDER
HENRY,-Will cents a box. j immediate successor to the lato Dr. W. T. Conw 7,
'k I stand at my stablein Imc,5. AROMATIC For sale at his Counting Room, over NV Coati
undersigned having purchased the ENTIRE PILLS FOR FE 9
THE Marianna and will be let street,near Concert Hall
M.\LES.-'fhcy Boston,and also special
'. debts, &.c. of R. S. MILLER & Co. purify th Blood quicken its circula hI
Mares loss
to against
vm continue the business under his own name. at Twenty Dollars or damage by FIRE can lion, assist the suspended operations of nature and are: appointment by (No. 3
the season, which has the most favorable terms, on appli- .
Feb. a general Tor the E. B.
15 remedy prevailing PlthDS.Drggist.
((27tf.) R. S. MILLER. complaints
actionto the Subscriber the among
now commenced, and will ngcntof Protection Insurance the female .
continue until the 1st day of August ; payable the 1st company, Hartford Connecticut. In every ailphcauon cfcaciou. part in the society Green Sickness.Pills Pdlpitation are particularly Tallahassee, March 4,1@31.

: day of January next. the fair Cash value of the property must be ( Short Breath. Sinking of the oft1

JoVm Henry is f\lllS feet 2} inches high, a beautiful stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness its, Dejection and Disinclination to Exercise and Socio-Spir- < DR. HUNTE,

; red sorrel, &c.-in his form and action may be seen a of the representation, and the good moral ty, Married ladies will find the Pills! equally useful except t < yticu zi it .
a perfect model of a race horse : his colts from the character the apjplicanU The solvency of the Office in
case of pregnancy, when they: must not be taken the use of Dr. inestimable Pill!!.,, P'
audits fairness and
BY IuDtr'I
most common Mares would do credit to any horse in punctuality may be confidently retied ; neither must they be taken by persons of hectic of either they carefully follow t
America. He is 8 years old this spring, & was Sired on. E. 13. PERKINS I orcousumtire habits. rrice $1 50 a box i very valuable plan, and Directions accompanying
by the celebrated old Muckle John, his dam by Galla- Tallahassee. Vfcu. 22, 1831. 27tfRo ALSO -The celebrated Cambrian TootR. Ache I |: them, are enabled effectually to eradicate I

AUCTION SALES.-The subscriber having loca- tin : for a further knowledge of his pedigree, reference 'ii? WAND'S TUNIC MIXTURE. Pills, which give immediate relief: without the least t I i CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore lost health,

I in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen may be had to Col. R. H. Long, his present owner. I1li a perfect and lasting i injury to tha Teeth. On trial this will be found one of with ease, safety, and certainty in a few days.

_. and eral commission business, regular sale days, Tuesday I have no hesitation in saying that, that this Horse :iuJl! cure for the Fever and Ague. For sal the bcst remedies known for this complaint. Price I JET: The extensive sale and unexampled saca0}r

Saturday. possesses both speed and bottom. In all the public races wholesale and retail, by FLETCHER cents a box, 5 this Medicine, in this and other cities, and principl

-. in He the will also attend to administrator and othersales : he ran, his order and management are so well know., WESTCOTT, Druggist, Jlppalachi- None is genuine unless signed on the outside printed towns throughout the Union, for the last fifteen yea
county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. I that deem it unnecessary to mention the perticulars, cola, Florida wrapper. by the sole proprieton T. KIDDER- during which i i' was satisfactorily prepared by Dr.Coo

N.March B. 23d 1833. 33tf his race, however, with Thaddeus and Ajax, was very I hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher and immediate successor to tba late Dr. W. T. Conway, way, incontes'ibly prove, that when used with the IN.
Ut Instruments of writing executed with neatness respectable, distancing the field the second heat in 3m Westcott my agents for_ the sale. of"Row- For sale at his Counting Room, over No. 91) Cour. JEC 1 POWDERS it effects a thbroagb'i
and despatch, by < R. J. HACKLEY. 58s.. without hit plates: UD to this race J.- H.--- -had--- 1I.p-.-... ; li antJ's 1 onic Mixture"' in the Territory street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his : speedy cure of that dreadful disorder, denominated thfl

._ Ii A DNREW JACKSON.-The no been shod or platid. After which race he was matched ___ ,jf Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, ic cial appointment, by (No. 5.sp- Scourge .f the luma. Race.

..tW.ted and full blooded horse, against Thaddeus, Two mile heats, for$500, to be run Western part of Georgia ; who are able to furnish E B. PERKINS. \* Tne PI accompanied, when the cas$rt'

1JlIBW': QlAlJJut < i1 over the Q.uincy course in April following, and received the said medicines to all who may apply to them on Tallahassee March 17 1831. 30tfA thuggist. quires, with the INJECTION POVDERS.CERATE .w*
half forfeit that -
one on he could
; day have these mediciiw-
run constitute
a ;
as favourable terms as they can obtain from the I a most powerful
will stand the insuing season at Talla respectable race against any horse, any distance. prietor himself." II pro I applicable to the various stages of this Pratean &**
hassee. ,
In a private trial before the day of his he der. Full:and
race, runa JNO. R. ROW plain directions, with a popular teat
This Stallion is r wcjl known throughout the South- dash of 1 mile with 110 AND. a
a pounds the
(in a heavy pair explaining various and the
"Philadelphia Oct symptoms,
cm States, and this Territory, as a successful racer of exercising shoes) in 1m. 53s. ; in a few day. after _2ltf1I.1 t I treatment, accompany each box, that mo
that a detail of his performances is not deemed Deces'SLY. his return from duircy he run a dash of 4 miles with bURGERY, &c.-Doctor W. W. either sex may cure themselves.Price 8 prD

110 pounds (a hot day, about the first of May, (two. 1''' WADDEL, respectfully announces himself to ( of the Pills $1 a box the Injection Powfrrf
He is seven years old, of the bet! stock in the United times in the stand), one in 7m 58s, the other 8m 2s. the citizens of Tallahassee and its vicinity,asa prac- and Cerate 60 cents each.) ;

States, being sired by the famous Timoleon, one In the summer following he had violent attack of the titioner in all brancher of the medical profession. .5ERANT3D HT Prepared fiom the original Recipe. in MS-of
of the, celebrate'! and famous colu* of old Sir blind He has taken the office formerly occupied Doctor
most Ar-1 staggers, which caused him to loose one of his by tb. late Dr. W. T. CONWAY, by his immediate Soccegsor -
chy-his dam was by the high bred inported' horse eyes. In the fall he was again trained and let down AJKcn, and more recently by Dr. Craig. 29tf and the Sole Proprietor, T. ?f

"Whip -his grand-dam by the imported 'orse Tupp., in a sweat. DOCTOR JOHN AlcLEMORE. whom they may had at his KDDER'

He is a blood bay-upwards of sixteen hands high Those :who are desirous to raise fine horses would inform his friends that hr has Chambers over b. 99, next door to J. KIDDERs

and unites great' strength with beauty of form and do well to patronize him. JAMES J. PITTMAN. RESPECTFULLY duties of his profcssino. :I Drug Store c.mer of Cour and Hanover Street u

action. J Marianna March 1st 1834. 29tf Nor 23d uif: near Concert Hall, and also by his appointment
_ Certificates of his Pedigree will be furnished. I. I.' (together with all those valuable Medicines
STORAGE! STORAGE STORAGE SALE, at the wharehousc of the subscriber FULL supply of Landreths' other
TERMS insure the owner to if the FOR I. superior garden as the
1 $25 to ( pay mare consignment, herb and flower seeds prepared by late Dr. CONWAY,) by
U traded)-015 th: -oason ; and $10 the single leap- TN addition to his old ware-house the I 85 bundles pressed HAY, fresh by just received and warrented E. B. PERKINS, (N.6)

f 5 will,be added to tn above rattl. if not punctually -"- subscriber ha. s recently erected a spacious build 20 barrels Northern FLOUR, October; 29th. E.PERKINS. DKCGGIST.

paid by the first of June. march 8. 1834 30tf. ng 80 by 38 feet, |receiving eotton and goods. 25 do. IRISH POTATOES, 1 tf Tallahassee, Ap 1831. D3t ,
ICT'Season the 8th day of March TIMOTHY M'CARTY.Si Observe one ire genuine WT
commences on 6 furkins of BUTTER. 4tA ( &t< aQO I. tat te
tail cads on the 8b day pf Jun, Milks, Decca.' "27th 1831. flIt 12 April, 1834. (3S.Zwl AJVJBi CRANE. at Office. ten wapper.J signature. of T. UDDEK, OQ the ouiwJo pn t

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