The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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in the delrgatUn from Leon T'TTTi I 'While Murat was'at Modi id' ho". : \
;_,$ the next Legislative Council occas- to communicate with'Junot in Porul .

in elltb of Nnthai Byrd. all the roads Lisbon gueril J

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Major the troops composing Castanos '
e'd to "ounce J. .
E: are autbori ED'\\c.\RDS' 8S a cand" "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." army. llurt mentioned his embarrassnient' '.

Leon County in the next Strogonuf
to it
eprCSeflt is well knowa.
'm\t 'J1I2lQ was
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Live Council. -., '_. m4l&SmUb ,CDcg C. 'L'1 'yDL ntQDQ ._ at that time not only the ally but the friend of

Col. -- MMMMBMl BHMM HHMM --- -- -- France. M. de Strogonoff told Murat thatit
to announce I
authoris'd for the Mails
of the
carrying otherwise. Where the
are Candidate toUt PROPOSALS for four advertisement does not specify TO BUILDERS.THE was the easiest.thing in the, world. TheRusinn .
M. WHITE, as a years, from January 1st, the mode, the Mail may be carried on horseback .
'JOS. Territory of Florida, in tho 24 thIS 1835, to December, 31st, 1838, on the following Post in a snlkry. or VESTRY of the Episcopal Church of St. Admiral.Siuinvin," said he, "is in

f the United States. i iAllthorized iI this Routes office in until the Territory the of Florida, will bc-reeeived at 7th. This advertisement is drawn up for all the Johns Parish being about to erect a Church in the the port of Lisbon ; give, me the most intelligent .
of the I 20th day of October next,inclusive: routes in reference to the mannerof carrying the Mail, City of Tallahassee are desirous to obtain contracts I of your Polish lancers I will dress him
Colonel JAMS i iGADSOE No. 2171. From Saint Frink's which is for the f'the ; ,
to announce Mary's by and Jack- designed to continue for four execution work. I
: yet
:, a candidate orepiescnt the tei sonville, to St. Augustine, 85 miles and back, twice a posals for improvements, or to correct years inadvertant pro- They will receive proposals either for the whole up in a Russian uniform, and entrust him with,

Florida iii the tlhConsrcsu: of the United week. Fcrnandina to be supplied regularly once a omissions, will be duly considered work, or for the delivery of the Brick, Lumber, and despatches for the admiral-you will give him ..
of jul' 27'It I ;.3. fi' week from Saint Mary's, 9 miles ; Mandarin once a 8th. The best form for a proposal is, materials, and for the Bricklayers' and Carpenters' your instructions verbally*, and all will go 'well, i
to announce Maj. WILL AM week, and Pablo once in two weeks by cross routes. I will convey the Mail, agreeably to advertise- work, each separately.A even if ie should be taken prisoner a dozen .
a candidate: represent 4 ,. Arrive at Jacksaivillt times between this and Lisbon, for the insurgent :
24ih Confess of the United a. m same Jay by 6 p. m. yearly compensation of- Dollars." can be had on application to the under '
'01'Flor,| iU, in the July 37th 1833.: 50tf Leave Jacksonville every Thursday and Sunday at 5 State the No. of the route, the beginning and end signed.PROPOSAFS. army is so anxious to obtain our neutrality ,

all'- Wll..l..1.:1.U- a. in. thrive at St. Jliigisline same days by 6p. m. of it, and bo careful to seal the Proposals, and direct for Contracts must be handed in that it will he careful not to furnish Pre. i
: to announce B. Leave St. .Ittfrustiwc every Tuesday and Saturday at it "To the Post Office Department," with the endorsement on or before the 15th October next. text for a rupture." '
.as a cIIJite: to represent the 5 a. in. Arrive at Jacksonville same day by 6 p. TO. Proposals The residence .f the bidder j' .1
1 of FL0'i' ii) the 2111'] congresS of the Uni- Leave Jacksonville ,'eiy Wednesday and Sunday at 4 i must be stated-and if not a Contractor, recommen- LESLIE A. THOMPSON )\ Com. :Murat was delighted with this ingenious "/ ,

';ry leSl. _1S33--_5tfiSt a. fIf. jiriiic at St. Miiy's; sane day by 6 p. m. :. dation? arc required. Tallahassee, Sept. 13, 183.-5-if scheme. He asked Krasinsbi, the comman !";
-- ----- 2472. From Tallahassee bj Lake Laura, Lipona 9th. Tho Contractor must be his own judge flf the dant of the lancers, to find him a brave and r'\

TH .AS BALTZELL, Waukccnah, Sun Pedro, Dells, and Spring Grove to distances, as no increased pay can be allowed for any DR. WADDEL'S Office and residence are both inteligent young man. Two days afterwards "
AT LAW') Micanopy, 162 miles and back, once in two weeks. difference when, the places are truly named. \ to the large building betwixt Mr. Brad .
AND COU\SEI:1.0R: Leave Tallahassee ther 10th. The Contract be ford's and Dr. McLcmore's. the commandant brought the prince a young '' ..
(flffDR\t\ of \ e erery.: Monday, at 6 Jl. It! may annulled for the failure '
in the Court
TILL 'Ol1tllll.lI lo Pnrtice Court at T.illahassee, and pnlsand Arrive at Micanopy the n xt Thursday by 7 p. m. of a trip, or for repeated failures to arrive in time, or :- man of his corps, for them he pledged his life; .J "

r p Superior of Gadsden and Jackson, Leave Jtiicanopjj every other Wednesday, at G a. m.- for disobeying any instruction of the Department. I LAND FOR SALE. his name was Leckinski, and ho wa.but elg11./ .1;
1,1, the i oinin" Counties The next morning after the arrival of the Mail from 11 tho Should any person refuse a Contract at his TIE subscriber offers (or sa e his plantation, con teen old. Murat moved .
, Arrll c1urta flay.1iass5'T' Jacksonville-Arrice at Tallahassee the next Saturday accepted bid, he shall I forfeit all other Contracts he of 320 acre Thc Land lies well-has ytara WJloS to ee so :i'

't1y t 134.E1.Ctv1iic by 6 p. m. ..' may have, and be held responsible for the damages. good water, and has proved ns healthy as any place in ) oung a man court'BO i iifiV* cat a danger ; for, ':

I ,t It WHITE.R N. B. This Route will commence operation on the 12th. No Contract nor bid can be transferred withOut Jefferson cnunty. There is about or.e hundred acres if he were detected, his doom was sealed. j ,

1st Monday in January, 1833. the written consent of the Postmaster General cleared and under good; fence If any person should Murat could not help remarking to the Polo j lithe
Li\r in the Courts MtdFlorida. first :Iad and such wish to purchase he call on the subscriber and
1IjPgAcTIcE 2173. From Jacksonville by Whitcsvillc, to Mica ; any assignment without this, may may risk he about '
Jackson County and the Court forfeit the examine the land-It is situated between the Monti- was to run. The youth i i
dIe nopy, 80 miles and back, once in two weeks. Seminole contract or bid. {
-C'l ::. ( OffICE, \'a1l311 ;scc.ISI. Agency to be supplied regularly each trip by a 13th. If a Contractor or any Agent shall ransmit in- cello and Ed wards' road. Terms-Cash, or Negroesat smiled : Lot your imperial h ghne3s 'give me : !

;,,pe3I!.;.)l. ., [4S.I''.] _ cross route from Micanopv.' 20 miles and bark. telligence bv exnre.ss more- -------J rnniillir fInn-.... .fli/... .\1-i'n'., tin... a fair price.- my instructions." answered he, respectfully, I .
1)1 I,' Leave Jacksonville crery oilier Monday at 6 a. m.- Contract shall be forfeited ; and when a Stage is run M ARM A DUKE SKIPPER. 4 and I will give a good account of the mission.I :I

a.Uln A m21n mL'D Jlrrire .Micanopy the next Tuesday by G p. m. on a Mail Route imrt rapidly or more frequently Sent flth. 1834. ((6.tf] have been honored with. 1 thank his J .

1, (COUNSELLOR A ATTORNEY AT LAW,) Leave Micanopy every other Friday at G a. m -The than is contracted fr, the I.\illH11st he carried in the COTTON! COTTON! COTTON! for high- !
having chosen .
in the Court of Appeals -Th<- next morning after the arriral of the Mail from Talla most frequent and most rapid conveyance, without ness me from amoncr my .J
l'( ;
*'!lILpracti Leon, Gadsden, and JarKi' llRutt'-'lrrit'c at Jacksonville the next lay by G J'. w. additional charge. THE Subscriber has mode arrangements for the comrades, for all of them would have qourtod

I Ir. SI\t'I'lorCmrtsof, (f Florida ; and in the StIeri'rThomas N. B. This route will commence operation on the I' 14th. When n Rouf is discontinued or curtailed, puriose' advancing on the above article.-If anyof this distinction.-The prince argued favorably 1
Territory t'le- Plan'ers desirous the ;
Il IMC: are shipping to Charleston ;
month's Ii
It t1,1I'' V ic Drraiur counties, of the South 1st Monday in January, 1833. one extra pay will ba allowed on the amount from tho young man's modest resolution. Tho
""5 Residence 2471. From Pcnsaccla to Blakcly, SO miles and deducted. Market they nre particularly requested to call jlj"i:
.il I:11clrrui, %n of till' StatfGo'rgia. ]5thVhcre on the undersigned, who is now ready :Jto advance Russian ambassador him his :
. Contractor gave i\
I ynhcr, I 31 1833. I' I.1'l I. back, twice week in stages. a on a Stage Roi tc is su- ;
, : ..aHtt. .-, Leave Pensacola! n-cry Tuesday and S-ilurdJay at 7 percedcd by an undci.bidder, he must pnrcluisesuch of three-fourth of the valuation. he put on a Russian uniform and set out for I

,1L. -ioiiN J. ADAMS a. m. .Irnrc at Ittakely same dny by G p. nt. Leave thc Stage horscsaud property as may be needed for the Maj.References Ben. Chaires R. II. BERRY. Portugal. .'.
and at 7 Arrive service, at a fair valuation, to be > T. } {
Blukcly.very! H'ednesJey Saturday a. m. paid'Ly reasonable 1blassce.
.11' /.iir
(,-1TfOSRr ,) I instalments if L \. Thomp. n. E"q.Cnpt. The first two days passed over quietly, bet ) .
: al 1'ensacolti same days' by G p. m. ; they disagree on any point, rach must :.
- 15 ffmerfI,, from Quinc) tr Appalachian Bay.II ; choose who J. N. Patrid e, Micm Leckinski
-v 2473. From T<\lL.h vsscc by Lake Laura, Lipon, person, may appoint a third to deci.'c, was
IIItrfleml' the Courts held at I thr Daniel Bird Jefferson .
ll<-ttiilre' : : Waukccnah, San Pedro, Ilosctcr's Ferry, Mineral 01 the Postmaster General will appoint tho umpire : County.Taaha.ssec. surrounded by a body of Spaniards, who dis- f'J'
:Muhnna and Ui anmnl trrm Sept. 13,1831. 4wADnNISTRATOl'S ,
]'a' Qutol':1". of Appca's> : at .Tallah.xssonf; Letters ad- Springs, and Law's Store, to Alligator, 167 miles; and If the undcrbiddcr fail to comply, his bid will be offered armed him, and dragged him before the com :
'ilcC.'N bark, once in two weeks. to the present Contractor but if Ae refuse
; it.
'N't -I'"1s 1.:1"1' :; p2fJ( : ALL PERSONS having claims against the estate Castanos himself. Leckinski
at *lllisator the next Friday by 8 a. m. conditinnally. was awaro that : 1
of Samuel deceased la'e of Leon
-\ CRD.HAMLIN Leaveigaor every other Tuesday at 4 p. in., immc- The Contracts to be made by this adveithcmcnt, are requested Maultsby to them duly authenticated County, ho was lost, if he were discovered to be a t
V- SHELL .diattly after Tallahassee the arrival the of the mail from Jacksonville.Irrire shall tinuc commence four on the first January next, and con. I within the time prescribed by law, or they will be frenchman, consequently he determined, on ,1
at next Saturday by C m. years. .
p. forever barred. All persons indebted to said estate tho instant, not let .
rroK.vcr/ .n1 ijw. r.j/.LA/us.s//: : N. B. This loutcvill commence operation on the The time l for receiving bids expires on the 20th of immediate a single word of French J
requested to make
".! 'sitrnd, to 'iHMne eon fli3ctl *.o him, \v ith i iid US- 2d Monday in January, 1833.p October next. Decisions on bids will be made known are F. COLEMAN payment.B. Adm'r. escape him, and l to speak nothing but Russian } .

ran pnn"ll1dty.' : 1t "'. il- l"tfJAS.D. : 247C. From Jacksonville to Alligator, 73 miles and on the 31st day of tin: same month.V. Tallahassee, Sept. 13th, 1831. 5-8w or German, which he spoKe with equal fluency. 1
and \\'ESTl back ill weeks. \ T. 15AURY Postmaster 1.
1.n f, T'JIr-nE\Cll.\l1t1 1 once two I General. The cries of rage of his announced ]
l 11'I i Einir'i :. Leave Jacksonville 'veryothcr' Monday at G a m.Arrive Post Office Department, July 10, 1834. |:.l-'jw] AMIDNISTRATOR'S NOTICE. fate captors .i
the which
awaited him and the horrible
---- .r
-- at Alligator the next day by 4 p. m. et LL persons having any demands against the cs- tif'
a Sporting Intelligence. Leave Alligator every other Friday at S a. m.;I By the President of the United States. 1 ttte of JNO. Nonius"deceased are requested to murder of General Rene, who had perished in .

'toc immediately ajfcr thc arrival of the mail from Tallahassee IN pursuance of law, I, ANDREW JACK-OX, l'r :si- present them within the time prescribed by law, or the most dreadful tortures but a few weeks before ; i ;

-Arrive at Jacksonville the next day by declare dent and of make the United known Moles thai of America du hereby they will be barred. All persons indebted to said estate as ho was going to join Junot, was suffi. f.1 ;
; public s.ilcsill be held immediate
are regucstcd to mike naymcnt.
G p. m.X. I at the following! Laud Offices, ithe Territory of I'lo- WILLIS ALSTON, Adm'r. cient to freeze the very blood. Who are !
B. This Route will commence operation on ire rida, at the periods ?" said Castanos in French
designated, for the sale of the un A\t H IrI Mondny in January, 1835. dermentioned lands wit
to : he spoke perfectly well
2477. From Quincy by Chattohoochcc, Marianna, NOTICE.W guage having been i.
I i Atlho Land
Office at TALLAHASSEE, on the first educated in France. Leckinski I
I IIe Webbvillc and Only Hill, to I1 )hnl's' Valley. 89 Monday in rCt71lbencxt, for the ILL be sold before the Court House door at the looked at the
,, fS.f miles and back, twice a wo--k in two liur-o stages lands within the undermentioned disposal! of the public and- town of Uuincy on Thursday 30th October questioner, made a sign and answered in Germ.m. .- .

: Aspalagatobc supplied regularly by a cross Route, fractional townships, to wit: townships next. The East half of thc South East quarter of I de not understand you." (Castan
twice n week from Chattahoochec and Ochccsee, oncea North of the Section 19 Township two Range four North and
line and West of the meridian. os spoke Geiman, but he did not wish to
week from : 1 milcr and back. appear -
. AtpaLiga,
Iflfrm West, containing 79 and 100-41 acres. For the
Township 5.
.na. TJLL.1J[ 1.tS'1J R.1CES.jo I Lcarc Quincy every Monday and Friday at 11a. Townships 1 and 2:, of: range S. benefit of the heirs and executors of John Collins personally in the matter, and summonedone .
Arrive at Holnifs' Valky next days by S deceased.; JNO ROBINSON. Administrator. of the officers of his staff who went"on
a..It MY CLUIJ, FIITl ifem. m. Townships 1 and 2, of range 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14. .
. "tie'n> tin I ilind \lollda) [ h l.>thj] in p. m. Leave Holmes' Vaeevery?! Wednesday Towrship( 1, of range Jo.Yottnship I August. 30th, 1P34. ((- .]_ with the examination. The young Pole answered t.J :

TILL'ni' : lirx', :odd (', 11II1I/' siv j d.i) b. and Salnrkay at C a. in. Arrive at Quincy next 1, of r\nic I 10. NOTICE. in Russian or German, but he never .

, K.UM II.U--IO"II.'Y' I days by 3.p. m. Township 1, of r.ln. iiid.. IX months after date, I will apply to the honora- let a single syllable of French him. k
.rt'S 1.t.,1$\\"c'p"t\I\I'P, :f'r 11"-'( ) C.tl s i.lds- three mile Aspalaga to be supplied rvcry Tuesday and Saturday Fractional 1 township 1, and township 5, of ran"e 29. K? Me J ude of the County Court of Gadsden county lie however escape
.'. JUII,till, .uioe, h. f. ludotc! ou thc 3Ulh sep.v.l and Ochccsee every Tucs lay. Townships 1, 2, 4, and 5, of range 30. for from the of the might, easily have forgotten him- .
. ... UtSu : 217ri. From Pensacola by Alaqua, Uchcc Valleyind Townships 2, 3, 4, and 5, of range 31.1 estate, of a discharge Sarah Mashborn, deceased.!Administratorship self, surrounded as he was, by a crowd eager

; src'M' I1\'-nn
:.I l free fur any horse in the Unstalvs luck, twice a week, in two !horse stage The Contractor Township 2, of Mngi-Ji It: I Gadsden county, June 24. 1S3: 1. 40-finn natience to have him declared iniiltv. thai is. n' .' q
,. d ain-ccaijiv t") the rules! of the '.\lbh.\<-sc' I mav select the road and suniily the i inlcrmediate Townships I and 2. ofr.Lnre 14. t ,
' !\, f.mr -iiiilclip.u
th''' :30ih: Soptomber: o
I THUD DAT--uY.OXEST.. between Pcnsacola and Cedar Bluff, and thenceto of the Suwanncc river, of range 14. JIX: of Dismission, from the Administration general himself could not controle, by an incident ,
luu i'u --; i/c ;.\..fvt $1 I jO 00Entrlll'c Holmcb' Valley in stages, 150 miles and back. At the same placo, in continuation, comiiif-r.ciiig on on the estate of Samuel Gairctt deceased Utc of which seemed to cut off the*' ,
: I IO. Uchcc Valley and Alaqua to be supplied once a week. the\ tMrtl1l1onJaJ Demnbtr next, for the disposal l of Gadsdeu C. II. DUPONT Adm'r. unhappy ,
it'S r rr.TH D..n-TIII'r."D.\T. Leave Pensacola every Sunday and Wednesday, the public lauds within tie limits of the \undermen JulIe 7th.eounty 1834., [ IG-Gm.] prisoner from every hope of escape. One of

, 'tirsc-2 mile heat, 200 00 at S a. m. Arrive Holmes' Valley every Tuesday tioned townships and fractional townships, to \\ j i' nos' aid-de-can.ps, one of tho I fanatically -

EIII"ulce. I li. and Friday by G p. m. South Fractional of the hasp line, -tnjVest of the meridian. TO TEACHERS. patriotic, who were so numerous in this war t': .

nriu DtT-rTrrrvq1. Leave Holmes', Valley every Sunday and Wednesday township 1 I, of range 8. Trustee of the Quincy Academy, arc desi and 1 who from the first bad denounced Leckin j
Townships 2,3 .1 ft .
Purer- mile ] ('ats, 500 00 , and 7, of range 9. THE i
,IiIt' Eiui-an S.JO. atGa in. Arrive at Pensacola every Titcsilay Townships 1 1,2,3.1, i,0, 7, 8, a"d 9, of range 10. of engaging a suitable teacher to take ; ski as a French spyhurstinto the roomdrag- .

SIXTH 1I.\f--A.TCnnAT. ( and Friday by 4 p. m. Townships I, 2,3, 4, jG, 7, S, y, and 10 of range 1 i. charge of the Academy on the first Jnd"y in January -. gin with him a man wearing a brown jacket, }

\'s Par&o- mile hcuts-3bctt in 5, 250 00 247U.. From Umncy by Rocky Comfort and Fort Townships I, 2, 3, .Ii, C, 7,8. and 9, of raiie I 12. next. The institution is located iu the flourishing tall bat, and red of .
) Entrance $M.ftLc Gadbden, to Apalachicola, 80 miles and back, twice a Townships 1,2.:1,4, 5, and C, of range I 13. and healthy Village of Q.uincy, Gadsden County, plume a Spanish peasant. 1 t
'oflrst named stakes there are ;! 1' week. Proposals will be received for carrying the Townships 1,2,3,4, md 5, of range I.1. Middle Florida, and has been in operation three Look at this man, and then say if it is truo II .

suh&'rihcrf, %\ho have secured tile' forf e Mail between Apalachicola and Chattahoochee on Township Land fractional townships 2,3, and: 4, years, and from thc incourng.ment heretofore given, that he is a German or Russian He is a spy !
: approved endorsers the horseback, or in n steam boat. of range 13.Township. they feel assured, that under judicious management by soul.
:10III Fl'tn.lo, and dCJ'ositcJ'ith, payable the at h- Leave Quincy every Monday' and Friday, at I, amd fractional township 2, of range 1C. I the TUITIOX FEES will amount to from twelve to fifteen my r \

': )) TMI l he made by letter addressed ca to 11 a. m. Arrive at Apalachicola every 'Wednesday At the Land) Office at ST. AUGUSTINE, one the hundred dollars. As a Funnle School is much The peasant, meanwhile, was eying tho ), J

i }' at Tallahassee, nuy time before the 30th and Sunday by 5 p. in. second Monday in December next, for the disposal of I: occclcd in this section of tho country.. a gentleman pris ner cl sely. Presently his dark eye lighted b ;

p: ipxt, by coinplyjn',r with' the| terms Of Sit)- Leave Apalachicola every Friday and Tuesday the public lands \\illiin the I limits of the undermen with his lady would be preferred.Application Trustees before up with fire and hatred. 4t Es JVa cwhc "
be the
to to en or
Tnc roll or horse to be named the Arrive at and tioned townships and fractional townships, to wit: is Frenchman t
evening at 6 a. in. Quincy every Sunday the first of January. a exclaimed he, clapping big :J
I North of the base line, and East of the meridian.
Thursday by 1 p. m. Br ORDER OF THE BOAKD. hands, And he stated, "that having been to : t
Win'p townships 1,2,3,4 and 5 East of St.lary's .
!! : liun"P the (
' at Stand, each day .
: j! \ :, Competitor; and every cflTort will be, 2480. and bock Tallahassee twice week.by Magnolia. to St. Mark?, river.) of range 23. August 12th 1331. ((2.tf] Madrid a few weeks before, he had been put ;\:1
23 ,
[ :', th' heit .irc<)ni''"dation; and it is con- Leave St. Marks Thursday and Sunday at Townships 1 1,2, 3,4, and fractional township 5, of J The" Columbia" Telescope"" The Souther ill requsition to carry f.rage to the French barracks -- \ .!
| every 24, and the Richmond will give the
'{' that' range Enquirer"
K'-iUlcmen nt distance who 12 Abon.Arrive. four insertions and send there to t.isi ; and, said he, "I recollect that this is f tN
will consider our Purses and'our cf- ; ownships 1,2, and 3, of range 23. thove account :
worthy of their Consideration. at Tallahassee same days! by' j p. m. I Township 1, of range 26. office for settlement. the man who took mv load of forac. and rrnvamo .

TIJ n!(\VX, Bec'r) & Proprietor. Leave Tallahassee-every Monday and Friday at Fractional townships 1,2,3, and 4, of range 27. n receipt. I va.s near an hour; and f recollect '. ; J

J 1334. 11.tfJ 7 a. m. Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 23. RENOVATING. LIQUID, him. WIn we caught him I told my {. lj :-;

r Arrive at St. Mark's same days by I p. m. Fractional South of the lownshi-.s base line 1 1,2, and, and East 3,of of the range meridian.29. Prepared and Sold by R. S. BERJYARD, Drug- cumrade, this is the French officer I delivered (i:

RACES Mills 2481.MonticeUo From Tallahassee Bunker's Hill by Tuscawclla, and Grooverville, Bailey's! to That part township 11, (East of Suwannee river) gist.JVORFOLK, VI1IGIXliI.. my forage to: This was correct,-Castanoa" fJ: .

)| tiic ,Alarwim, Course, will come off or Thomasvillc, GO miles, and back, once a week ; and an of range 14.Townships. probably discerned the true state of'the case, I't 1
ay 2th' November next and continue 10, 11, and 12, of range 15. m : but he foe. lIe
additional l trip each week octwcen Tallahassee m m1 was a generous proposed:: q (
lIonticcl1o.lnker's Hill to be supplied going, and Townships 10, 11, and 12, of range 16. R. S. RENOVATING LIQUID for let him his for Leckinski .
f )J-2 mile hoats-$20 entrance. Groovcrville retuwin,. Townships 10, 11, 12, mid 13, of range 17. BEMNARD'S of Oils, Paints, Tar, and Grease pursue journey, still"l" j !

'1t'i tvO1 mite: hC3ts-$30) : do. Leave Tallahassee every Friday at G a. m. Town.-vhips C, 7, and 13, of rnnge 13. from the most deli" ate colored Silks, Satins, Clo-hs! insisted he was a Russian, and, could not bo J i .'

10.'v'y ntm 200-mile heats-3 in 5-$20 do. Arrive at Thomawitle next day by II a. m. Townships 5,6,7,8,9, and 13, of range 19. Bombazines, or Velvets, without injuring in the least made to understand a word of French. But j
Jver Sat-value $175-2 mile )heats- Townships 1,2,3,5,67,8, and 13, of range 20. their colour or texture. the moment he ventured a hint of the kind {
Leave Thomasville every Saturday at 1 p. m. Townships 1,2, 3, 6, 7, and 8, of range 21. This recent and valuable chemical discovery is of- .
\\ -free for all ages-S100 do. Arrive at Tallahassee next day by G p. m. That portion of township 1 South of St. Mary's fered for saie by the Subscriber.-It almost supersedes a thousand threatening voices were raised \'

I ,\ fc 'Is confident that much sport :may Leave Tallahassee every Morday at 9 a. m. river, and townships 2, 3,4,5, f, 7, and 8,of range 22. the necessity of dying, and the Scourer's vocation against hIm, and ha saw that clemency was" /

_"I'ch.ish.ul. _)_ the promise of several cenI 1rrive at Monliccllo same day bu 5 p. m. Tiiat poition township) 1 I. East. of St.Mary's river, is gone." Fifty cents worth will secure a I impossible. But," said he, will you then" r f"'
I ." 11C unit-rent .bibles, that if our purses Leave MonticeUo every Tuesday a(8 a. m. and townships 2,3,4,5,0,7, and 8, of range 23. I Bacon Merchant's: breeches from criticism for twelve I j i risk a quarrel with Russia, whose neutrality; .
: >' it, they' would certainly attend our Arrive at Tallahassee same day by 5 p. m. Townships I 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, and 8, of range 24. I months. It acts like a charm upon silks .of the finest ?" ** t '
for No
III.r Wnior. JVo pains will he spared to l have 2182. From St. Augustine Tanioka New Townships I 2, .1, 5, 6, 7, and S, of range 25. textuie, by instantly removing the .taints of grease, we are anxiously asking said the .
1 COIi4II1Ctedci.y' extensive preparations 75 miles and back by in weeks., to I Fractional township, 1, of range 29. without in the least aflVcting the fabric itself the officer. "let us try the man." Leckiuskh .,::
'1'I. to acV)1"modate thos- who may favour us Smyrna,St. once other two' i ilJcat'c Each sale will bo kept open for two weeks, and the most inveterate lodgments of vax upon Coat collars understood all, for he was acquainted with i. .
cnmpUt\: Augustine every .Iondayat6 a.m. lands reserved by law for the use of schools, or for fly before it before abi u-h. his no quackery -
He ,
11.r. lkcdnst Spanish was removed l thrown into .
Arrive at JVew Smyrna the next j an ft .
day by m. other
LanCC8; thc Club will be governed by thc p. purposes, will be excluded from sale. but the artem. mode of appearing
4 Ilulcs11 Entries to be made to the Leave J\"ew Smyrna every other Wednesday al Given under my hand, at the City Washington, decent in old cothl at the least imaginable expense. room worthy to'have been one of the dungeo&t .f

">' 9 o'clo-k, P. 31. for thc day previous to 6 a. m.Arrive. this seventh day of Jnly. A. D. 1834.ANDREW It is offered at 5 cen.a phial, and all of the Inquest Ds in its best days. A

at St. Augustine the next day by 6 p. m.I I JACKSON.By other sorts of people can ," at the same price. When the Spaniards took him he : J. \
JAS. J. PITTM AN, Secretary. 2483. From Charleston, S. C. or from St. .l rk's the President: No danger need be apprehended in using it upon prisoner ;.
Fh 3ti! July, 2831. ((48-20wJ] Florida Territory, by Indian Key, to Key West, once ELIJAH HATWARD, the finest and mojt. delicate Silks-nor is i like the had eaten nothing since the previous evening: : i :

C..lumlJus Enquirer will puMish the above a month. -_-_Commissioner of the General Land Office. [SOts soaps so commonly advertised in onr days, which by and when his dungeon door was closed on bimlhe : "
ai'I! Leave Charleston or St. Mark's on the 1st and removing one evil almost invariable produce another had fasted for
: forward his account tho Secretary NOTICE.-At the next session of the County eighteen ; no wonder :
double size does it the
of require preparativemeans
' -
t1\ Jiy Club Key West on lie 15//i of every month and arrive Court of Leon County I shall apply for a setllcmcriof of aU other renovaters-such as hot irons and then, whatwith exhaustion, fatigue, anxiety ;..
at the port of destination with all practicable des- mv accounts as administrator of James Hughes, thedirections and the of his dreadful '7
\ Martin palmer in At the like. Only a little clean water, according to agony situation, that .
Assumpsit patch. at which time my accounts and vouchers will be .
1I Eo Burt. under the I tachment. NOTES. for settlement. presented is wanting. Oil or Grease of any kind the unhappy prisoner fell almost senseless on. ::1

II"Ii., PALMER 4. Co.} Superior Court, Those who propose for Mail Contracts, arc appri- HF.. SIMMONS, Adtn'r.Sept. can ,be without extracted the from usual the trouble most of delicate taking colored them up.-carpets his hard couch. Night soon closed in and :. : :

: G. RACLAtoD. J Middle Jefferson District.Co inty, zed by the Postmaster General, of the.following stipulations 6th, 1834.43tn.coMMIssToN If used according to the dretion u will at once left him realize in its gloom, the full horror"of .

> .nt, and all other interested which arc more fully set forth in thc pamphlet # STORAGE extract every particle of grease the finest Clothor his hopeless situation.-He was brave,of : :: 1
persons advertisement: most delicate Silks without injuring in the least -
kc ,
nOLiCe that suit has been instituted as BUSINESS.THE course ; but to die at eighteen ; 'tis'Iu den., !
the color texture.A .
1st. The right to the Mails and alter the or
u 1834. issued returnable to May term hours of their arrival ; with prc allowance for the: abandoned SUBSCRIBER the having several Months since large supply of the above valuable article re- But youth and fatigue finally yielded to the approach '- i. /
per Retail will
Said defendant is in future df'otethe .
required to ceived and for sale of sleep ant1! he buried in _
ofCI Plead to the declaration thcirin filed expense at any tune, is reserved by the Department.2d. most unremitting attention to a General COM- by was soon profound .
nc- B. rERKINS .
tlie Seven minutes are allowed for E. Ag't slumber. He had
btatute in such ras s. generally open- MISSION and STORAGE business-receiving and Tallahassee 10th 1834. Cm. slept perhaps two- 1 .I
OEO. Y. WARNER. I ing the Mails, and more may be authorized forwai ding Goods, and Cotton will be particularly Sept. hours, when the door of his dungeon'opened {f fi. \
>ollars will
3d. FiveJ be the forfeit for ten
1831. every L attended i
(2-tf.) Att'y for Pl'fis. i to. slowly, and some one entered; h cautious ::
to arrive in time and .
minutes delay the prlceof trip His buildings art considerably enlarged and in excellent mwS.mmma I fr0u from date, I will present my for a failure to connect-if not proved to be unavoid- condition. His extensive acquaintance and A ad steps, hiding with his.hand !the Iagbtor.l lamp'; ,; !1 :'4

: .r$ for a settlement and shall apply to thc able, to be absolutely enforced.4th. the very liberal patronage hitherto extended to him ment of Fresh Drugs and Medicines,just rc i- the visitor bent:over the prisoner's couchj tW ,
ty Courtef Jackson'tvrnnty, for Letters Mail carriers are to be "free white persons." render it unnecessary, he deems to give referenct. Ted from New York End Baltimorefor sale,\hojesale hand thatahaded the lamp, touched; him on.th$' < I
tt' on-- Admmuitrator' of the estate of DAVID 5th. Proposals are to be stated by the year; though JOHN BLAIR PEACHY and retail. Ccmtxy M&chantsandPractidoiieriiuppU
I.L late of shoulder, audjn a):sweet and silvery,toce, ft '
said county, deceased payments mad quarterly. Liberal advances heretofore made. on GoUo donthe tnt datingtmia. < \ 't
l' JNO. M. C. RO'VELL, Adtn'r. 6th. Pro1)osaImut state the mode of transportation shipped to New York.Charleston or Liverpool ." '. U EWE1XAS.a woman's voice nAfe;=Jucf.*r '.! ::1 itwaaUo. Z I

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I d'f' f- .T. -- r I l1cll on Kiokee creek, where" he dieliu. October Among the requisitesof a good ,JL1d'ge pear: it seems borne.oui by the. details! con. The SuthernCLjianfollowing.remarks ; .Roral .I

t>y Iho glare of the lamp, by the touch and the 1789, aged 53 years. Chancellor:Bacon insists that he "should fear I temporary annal s s. Inlie church-yard of .on/the/ nature of

\vord of the,femalerose upon his couch and W'e have followed young Crawford eleven years no man's face.".-"be- truly impartial l," and I Yarmouth/ 7052, persons o who died of the u We have noticed this case, hopin i I
vith half 'said in of his life, to show that he had no opportunity b ried in one .year. In the city will serve as a warning to the
eyes only opened, german. that "his' hinds should be clean. Never plague, were publrc" {1
to school while his resided in
$ to eat at once,' said Castancswhen he South Carolina, and, discovered parents uncommon capacity I. strikingly illustrated in any public officer. In the city of York the mortality was equal.In I drugs, with the properties of which Ih :
heard the result of tho first and London the dead were thrown into pits- i utterly unacquainted.' To give ,
experiment to receive instruction ; so much so, that when Put he has gone and the meloncholy office I Lobelia U" 1
let him go, ho is not a Frenchman. How I permanently: : settled in' Georgia his father determined devolves on us mingling our sorrows with a forty, fifty, or sixty into one and large fields innocent medicine which might be take" ,

could he have been so far master of himself to send him to Scotland, and give him a whole people over one who was a common were empleyed as burial 1 places the churchyards rerly for experiment's sake paoyes how .J..1

the thing i is impn blp.' But, though Leckin. thorough education. He made arrangements witha I benefactor.Would that we could heal the being found insufficient for tho purpose. ignorant this nOtlrum.maker was of i itp;: j
U, Scotch merchant in Auirusta for supplying his this last office The Lobelia .
perform perties. ItiUata
ski was supplied. with food he was detained a I private tics that are s-indered and pour I N e attempt-was! to is one or
prisoner. The: next morning ho was taken to son with funds during residence :it'tfle University the oil consolation into the aching void, cre- with the usnal form and decency. Deepibroad most active l t.'dICIDCS.uf the North Am the i
but the merchant in fit of ricii I
; a derangement -
a where he could the mutilated relatives.In ditches made in which the dead bodies Materia Mcdica. Ii is possessed ,
I spot see corp having attempted to cut his own throat, ated in the hearts of of tho surviving were Bit e i
of Frenchmen who bad been cruelly mdi- laid in rows, covered with earth, and tic sudorific and I [powerful t I at
ses ten Mr. C. thought it unsafe to entrust him with token of our respect for this eminent were : expectorant
massacred by the peasantry: of Trumillo, and funds, and with the superintendence of Ins son.- vidual.- .. surmounted with another layer of bodies, When given with a view to duty the eft"ttt.1 I

he was threatened with the same death. But Having abandoned the idea of sending his son 1. Resolved, fhat we will accompany in which were also covered. Tho mortality fell it operates vehemenlly and 8pr"diy.| D .j

the noble youth had promised not to fail, and abroad, he put him to school in the country, and procecsion the remains from the village to chiefly upon the lower classes society, and : cing however, great relaxation, debitor!

said not a word.Lcckinski gave him the best English education he could), the late residence of tho deceased, in the coun among them, principally upon old men, women -i perspiration, and even d.-ath, if given ia Ict]
and then set him to teaching school) in 1733.: Before .- In this : doses. OYer
when taken back to his prison try. and children. [ Mese respects
this expired, however, his father died, I
hailed it with a sort of jo? ; for twelve hours I and the disease year (probably the small pox) which 2. Resolved, That a committee of three J he plague seems to have differed from some of The Lobelia Lonziflora; a native: r:!Irne
he had but and doath in its deliver Eulogy the plagues in the 17th century, which fell particularly the West India ishn-ls i is one of of
nothing gibbets carried him off, swept way also most of the valuable appointed to select an Orater to an IQOnomous most (1
most horrid forms before his eyes, exhibited to slaves owned by the family, and reduced on the life and character of the deceased among the upper classes] It was plants. It i3 t fatal to horses ?

him by men with tho looks and passions of de them to very narrow circumstances. In order to during the session of the Superior Court, in this remarked that not ono king or prince of'any them till they hurst.- Taken intern: ll/rt

mons. lIe slept, however, after the harassing assist his mother in supporting a large and almost 1 place in October. nation died of the plague and of the Eugllsh crates as a violent citlnrtic: the cite'-t':

excitements of the day, and soundly too ; I hopeless family, voting Crawford taught school, 3. Resolved, That we mingle our regrets nobility and peek distinction very few were which no remedy ':an a''n,1. e. :aa I ]tr.b Kin I ,

"when in the midst of his deep and deathlike : more or 1794 less, ,Rev.for> three Dr.or Waddel four years.In opened. a Latin I and s) mpathy with the atfl.ctcd family, begging cut off. Among the higher orders of the death.f Vide f Lmdl.'y's 1 ;;ot'iin.'p." [. end i

'j slumbers, the door opened gently, some one I I II school in Columbia, called Carmel Academy.The .- them to take comfort{ from the thought church, the deaths ware rare." It appears Such arc tho modi i.i-i: ? with which "quick"5! I..f

::1.: drew near his couch, and the same soft voice desire of obtaining a classical education, that their venerable head was not cut eff prematurely that no precautions rould\ prevent the influenceof I I rn-ikes innRunt experiment: This, WI> think? I

I, | whispered in his car. Arise and come with which had been lost sight of since his father's: but died ripe in honors. the contagion. The b-nds of society were i H: sporting wim'! lirThose rem' ki _

f 'I Itle.V 0 wish to !save your life. Your horse. death, now revived, and young Crawford entered 4. Resolved, That a committee of seven b/. loosed ; parents (forsook children, and children i haps, give ofF-uee: to aomo ; butt! they rn1JP cant r

'I| is ready.' \r.d the brave young! man, hastily! : the Academy, and remained in it two years, studying appointed to superintend and the funeral cere- parents ; some fled to the country Bothers: i instrumental in s.iving human life, we 0

awakened by the wo'rds, we wish to safe your i iI the usual Latin and Greek authors, Philosophy monies''. locked themselves up in their houses and many care very little who may be offended." e1L J i

I life, come,' answered! still in German What : and the Frenr.li.: The la<;;t year he was an 5. Resolved, That a copy of the foregoing went on board vessels. But every where
usher in the school ami received
l for las services;
2 do you want ?'Castanos: when ho heard of' one-third of the tuition money. In 1796,:and '7, Preamble and Resolutions be presented to the the fugitives wero t followed lor the destroying A bishop being at his sat: in the! country

F this experiment and its result, said that the j he 'was English-teacher in the Richmond Academy frmiily, and furnished the newspapers for pub- angel; had a foot on the waters as well on the where the roads were unCHtn.ihuinlv[ harl' \tent e

! Russian was a noble young man ; he saw the ,'and in '98 appointed Rector of that institution lication. land. "The pestilence spread into Wales and to pay a visit to a neighboring: person
. I true state of the case. The next morning early the successor of Judges Griffin and Tate. The committee nominated ander the second into Ireland. As to the Scots, they arc saidto ty, when his coach waoverturnd. in a slou'Tt

four nen came to lake him before a sort of a During his residence: in Augusta, be purchased resolution were Messrs. Benjamin F. Harde- have brought the malady upon themselves. and tho servants were unable to exirica'te'tiicarnage. .
martial officers olCastaniQg' books and studied the law: to the practice: of of tho defenceless state of As it was far from
court composed man, Geo. II. Young, arid Joseph Henry Lum Taking advantage any house! aDd
f staft During. tho walk they uttered moet : self-taught which he was)law admitted scholar' in 1798 ; so that lie is a kin, Esqrs. England (or rather resolved, avenge the injuries and the weather bad the caclrnm: fredrtoM e

t horrible threats against him; but truo t.) his : I have: minutely tollowcd Mr.' C. along through Tlie: Committee named tinder the fourth resolution suffered under the Edwards) they madea his master h.j believed they mu
;I determination! he pretended not to understand the vale of poverty, discharging:: the duties of fraternal wero Messrs. Joiin Billups, Joseph hostile irruption with a large forco in' the I night. "For said he, "lihile your grace i is n

U' them. When he came before his judges he ; affection, and supporting: an aged parent, Henry Lumkin, Joseph J. Mworc, Lewis J. country. But they had not proceeded fitr present, I cannot make the horses move:

E : seemed to gather what: was going on from the till, by the strength of bis own mind), be begins to Dcupree, Dr. .Jas. S. Sims, John Moore and when the plague overtook them. They perished Aatoni
I arrangements of the tribunal and not from rise and soar to that eminence which he has since Edwaid Coxe. in thousands and carried the disease I desired him to explain him.oulf It is siid: he

t what he hoard said around him, and he asked reached : I have done this to show )his youug EDWARD; COXE, CHAIRMAN. with them into Scotland, where its ravages I because j dare not swear in )onr preseneg-.

f. in German wh 're his interpreter was / lIe countrymen, that there is no mountain which application GEORGE IF. YOUNG, Secretary.TlIK were soon as destructive as they were in Eng and if 1 don't we shall!l ncr get p!''.nr. The
cannot climb and obstacle which industry
'was sent for and the examination commenced cannot remove., Let no no young: man, buffeting : ---- -- land. Early in the year 1349 the plague began I f bishop finding nothing! could i h'?: rjoni if f the

t It turned at first upon the motive of journey the stream adversity, be discouraged in GKEAT UNIVERSAL PLAGUK. to abate; and by the month of August it servant was: not humored, repliedVeIl! : then,

... from Madrid to Lisbon. Ho answered by' his Attempts to acquire an education or render!: Tho different plagues which had visited had entirely disappeared. Its consequences swear a little not much. Th. co Irb'J1ID InaIe

, r 4 showing }his despatches! to Adrpirnl Siniavon himself respected and useful to his country. Great Britain: \,ith the last 500 years, was however, continued! for some lime to be sc- use: ot'his permission: and I lhhr '$ usdtc t mtC

,(1 r nnd his passport. Spite of the presence and a a w summarily adverted to in the 'first number of I severely felt. During the prevalence of the such tiud of dialect SIMHI St't- tII'-: frt-ifh-.. ."u "...' ti I/o/(

i& 1 the vehement assertions ,of the peasant, he In the spring of 1790! Mr. C. removed into Oge-!: i the Journal' particularly! that in London, in the disease, the catlle t for want ot men to tend them city. .. 11
the and did and commenced the of the allowed wandcriIiout the fields --A: ]( ........._
t i persisted sam story not contradict thorpc county practice year 1605. It was there: stated that one of were to at random --
i ;i t t himself once. Ask him,' said the pre law in what was then called the Western Circuit. the greatest of these postilcnces occurred in and perished in :such hnmber.Vas to occasion NOTICES <

I : iding officer, at last; if he loves the Spaniards Here he attracted the notice of the late Peter Early: the of Edward III and this great scarcity. Though the fields, too were I hereby given, t' -t :tli- 5-c"pioa "orpoiutc.S :-,? ,J
f' then at the head) of hi in the reign ; as was I !> 1.11V, tf) :ln-'d' C
profession upper v \i: : >'ih- :O.t' vo.i L
Frenchman '
:' ns he is not a V Certainly said covered with a plentifl of corn, much of '
the most dreadful and the uni- crop ..
country and who had finned a I fivorable! opinion perhaps most Oil tit; !*1SL IO'l br in OCt.si: it 'A', '(* *njonrnoil
Leckinski, I: like the Spanish nation ; and I of Ins logal) and clas attainments After Mr. versal plague which is related in modern his- it was lost fur want of hinds to reup and) gather over by tlc: Jsi1.! ; IJ( sac! r ..tjlionecl tfJ: )I

m t I esteem it for its noble character ; I wish our Early went to Congress; in J SOS, Mr. C. might be tory, it is worth \\ hue to present a more it in. The last dreg* of this great plague 5c-uwl haant.iy ill :XclI. 'cr 11&. :,:'. .: 'bt.e--. It
I it! J 'two nations were Iriends.'_ Colonel,' said said to stand at the head ofthe liar in this section. lengthened description of its character and du- were drained by that unfortunate race the Jews. I and all d iy, the Court"\Yiil ,..il!!?. !..1'! it I ,tI"l.: s."t.
Causes :
, the interpreter to the president, the prisoner Oglc'tliforpe r..lIclhirn! t four years to represent her I ration. For this; purpose I take the liberty of .\ belief spread[ over several countries that or may now bcontiutu-.f'UI'i :-:t..-:"tIb'a'rr.-S'ts'the! vlPIaff; ,
'I 1 t: I' says that he hates us because wo make war in the I Legislature: t a 0th! she always {found i in him. abridging) an excellent account of this great they produced the pestilence b) poisoning the :.Monday in OctubT, a 'v' R.IJ'. 'n"nc.t, .1=;I\!\\f".lh;' C

like banditti, that he despises us, and that hi* an able representative. In 1807, he was elected I plague from a recent number of Frazer'j Magazine. wells and fountains; and in many places they made returnable to the sr.i.l ,(",-nj-i \10 ula-of! : No'vem
! l'i only regret H: that he cannot unite the whole for six years to the Senate of the United States; I i. were massacred in thousands h by the infuriated bernext. oJ T:\.:-:i. co v. LUCIetk,
and in 1811 re-elected without opposition. In :; II- JOn) .;
y nation in to end this odious at I : In several) of :
one man war populace.
": I a 1813, he sent by President Madison Minister *. This dreadful pestilence like the cholera parts Germany Tallahassee, Sent. akh! i a34 {7lfJ iC
: single blow.' to the court of Sr. Cloud Dr Jackson, long the made its first appearance in the cast. It rose where this persecution chiefly raged; the Jews --NO"TICE.-- -
j t While he was saying this, the eyes of the enlightened) amiable Professor in University wero laterally exterminated. Twelve thou- .
our ;
in China .
Tartary, India and Egypt, about the ,A MECTINO of !h' C.Mnl .f 'rc.-tors!' for the
whole tribunal were attentively watching the was the Secretary of Legation. On his returnfrom year 1315. It i is ascribed by sand of'them murdered in the single city of .:.JL Union Bank of Fl'-riiJa. will: \I.e !he.j! at Tsj!! C
slightest movement of the prisoner's countenance f ) France in 1815 I lie found that he had been writers to the contemporary ofthe Mentz; and multitudes of them, in the extremity Ii.tssee on thc first '.t,->.: :->y m Oc*. lrr u-xralJ: it
in order to see what effect the interpre .I appointed Fecreary: at War. In October 1816, general corruption atmosphere : of their despair: shut themsulvus up in their h\lrlCk, :\\1: Tl.e 8'ib! ,,rn:!,crs t"r Stock:: Li! aJBank
t I ter's countenance, in order to sec what cflutrl : I h** was appointed Secrctaiy: of the treasury by accompanied[ by the appearance of millions houses, and consume I themselves (with tire. I :, who have not prI'f'rfl'tlthei-l : s>ib.;->nptionjan
I Mr. Madison ami \re-appointeil to the same of small serpents and other venomous :I n"titied to brin; I furwan! iifir! :tprImSfl'D'; : <, tlt piper
the interpreters treachery would have upon ollicc by Mr. Monroe, in 1917. Tl-is oflioe! belJ insect*;:, and in other places, quantities of huge The extent of such atrocities, in a barbarousage !>, and tlliacvtJrnpt's! rcrjui cd by tLc. Chut II.

bim. But Leckinski i expected to he put to the. b,- till 3d :March 1325, when he resigned having: vermin, with numerous !legs: arid of a hideous may well be imagined, when we remember tint t.i-; Bunds iud Mix. tc::::>!;r> n'srcs'ory' tat beid
test in some and was determined to baflo : the which at first to seen,re the suosci-ip'ionr::, :: to iheCapi;:!:. S nclt mf:
way previously detlincd! to the office under Mr. outrages were producedin
I accept aspect, which filled the air with putrid exalta be cxccu!'L 1:: >M;CO i i.':'VIS, Cas tr.
I oil l their
attempts. Adams.: tions. Making every allowance for the ignorance some parts of the Continent by the cholera "T'\lIa'n'3 "". 2't1.t! fen: ;. t l--I |((7-1
J Gentlemen," said Castanos:: 'it scorns tome He sustained an honorable poll from t the Electoral [I:attic."
and of the it evident
I that this young man cannot be suspected, ;I College 1&25, I for President of[ the United credulity age. appears -- IcO'l'iI'li::.
the must be deceived. The I States, having received) 45 votes: ; ami had it not that some natural causes haa contributed iTE undersigned' i will atnt: :1t his office in fue
?. t' peasant his and when he prisoner reflects i, been or severe indisposition it is In-lieved by to corrupt the air and load it with pestifferousvapors. I From the Raleigh Star, Sept. 1 t. T CaptalVea1ucshy; th! ? rit; day of Oc'Ar, ntt
) may pursue in my he would have: been elected. Thus it came into England in the : DESTRUCTIVE STmrtOn thursday last with! the LicEssc5 from; Tic; Int-'n-Jam: ti>nil person!
: .on the hazard of our position, he will rind the : ins nndeir flu of
IM 18-27, after ,!It.. death of Judge Donly, be was end of tho year 13GS ; and it rained from the this section of the country was visited by a : com !: tc'-cgoio Act for the purpose receiving
severity w?. have been obliged) to use excusable. -: I i payment on the s' ;v: Those: failin;; tocoffl-
appointed without solicitation. by Governor Tronp previous Christmas: until Midsummer almost. storm of wind and rain
.' Leckinski's which for violence ply, will be deal:: wi iU acror-lin:: to law.
i arms and despatches were Judne of the NWllioni Circuit and) in 19-28 the '
: without ceasing. Great indundations folilow- that have jl CH MILCS AUSTIN
f"t t returned, he received a free pcs.s, and this nohie Leffblature: elected! him to the same office without ed and accumulations of .stagnant water by surpasses Trees, fences any and corn we were prostrated ever witnessed by the .. Pont.- 27. [p'.1-\1 ('itv Tle:1i1I: rii..
youth came victorious out the severest opposition. -
; tria the humarspirit!' can be put to. lie has resided since 1799, except when abroad, which the whole atmosphere was poisoned. It wind. And t.ur water-courses were swollen I IIEN&Y BEND,

[Pl...-. rsof tho. DiHicss of Abrnntcs. discharging: the duties to which his country has appears that in many countries there were also -I to an unprecedented height. Many Mills I and f OFFERS :FOR LE 'IIi

r __:i____Ll called him, at his: country !seat: called Wood Lawn earthquakes and tremblings)! of the earth bridges were cairied off by the freshet, and I !!! YDS. Barrini? ..
three miles west of Lexinjitnn near the road to In many; of the accounts given of these convnlsions : fr! several days the stages were unable to OOO ,
Frcii.t: tht t isled..eviIte j ,urna1. Athens. Most flhlN., tune lie has been activetrustee of'nature @JI 100 roils"Bale Rope, ,
there a
; an : we may persume was i iI cross the streams. The destruction to bridges '
We have to the death the 15th of 200( Iks. ttalins Twine, aei
announce on our C.legLike other great men, he good deal cxagcration. But the testimnoflies -: especially was very great. It is estimated thatit
Inst. WILLIAM II. CRAWFORD, a name has his cnemie.s, and) it would an aoamaly in the I and ; 75 bbls. New York Flour,
arc too numerous respectable; to.. will cost from five to six thousand
familiar to every person in Georgia, and for more natural course ofpoitic) -* \if he were without them. : dollars 1000 yds. Kerrey,
F than leave any doubt that before and during the to replace those that have been in
twenty years: conspicuous iti the history of destroyed::
16 Sugar Kettles from 40 to 100 gals
ihe nation. It appears by a letter from Dr. Gc- TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. pestilence the elements were in u tate of this county.
", rardine to Judge Clayton ; an extract from which} general convulsion which seems unparalelled We learn from a correspondent at Louis- 800 pair'Nouro! ??roans, .i

I we have just received, that on Saturday the Mth LEXINGTON, Sept. 15th, 1834. in history. burg, that Tar river has never been known to Tallahassee 27th, Sppt. 1S31.: [7.31]

inst. Judge Crawford reached the house of Mr. Notice being received, that the Hon. WM. The plague extended its ravages; from India bo higher, and that the damage snstaim-d by NOTICE.: '

t J Valentine Men wether, in good health, on his way H. CRAWFORD, departed this life at :3 o'clockA. into the moro western parts of Asia, into I the corn on that stream is I l .4 PPLIC -\TiOV will! l-e: mLy: the suT>'CCI'btd
',' t to preside at Elbert Superior Court. After cat- M. of this day, on his way to Elbcrt ,Superior Egypt, Ahysinia, and thence into the northern He also crops very great. : (agreeable! to l.v.v) to i-.c! H' :nraWff! the Ju'J:1::,
states that the done
mg a hearty supper nnd retiring t Ii) bed!, he was Court after short illness of'about injury to the abutment ot' the County Court of Leon Comity, t(>r Letters me
,Seized with a spasmodic affection of the heart. a thirty parts of Africa. It proceeded over Asia Minor of the bridge at that place is such, thatit Aduiif.istrition- the esule of NATIMN BUDdt
( which however was relieved by timely remedies. hours, the citizens, upon invitation, assembledat Greece, and the islands in the Archipelago -I will! be several days before the stages and ceased, late'of said C ,nmry. 1)

Drs. Gerardine and Pond visited him the next day the Court-house to adopt proceedings suita- almost depopulating the' regions over whichit other Carriages can R. P\Rb...
ble to the occaston. The pass. ;I'k,<;:')(,k\- T.-'T S-vu. 'la!' 1 ':35. .i.::: _!_._
and fount meeting
him cheerful qs usual. He f felt no pain, was organ- stalked. It may be littcrrally said to have I We have not heard from other parts of the -
: a but occasionally a slight napsea, with vomiting of zed, by calling Mr. EDWARD COXE to the decimated the whole world, even though we State ; but there is too much N 0 TIt: t-;.
f; viscid mucus. About o'clock in the morning of Chair, and appointing Gco. II. YOUNG, Esq. were to take this term as implying the destruction that the causo to apprehend ALL who arc interested will nV* noticethit:
fust he felt was general, and that: the Office!fp myEii
fj the 45th so composed that his physicians Secretary. of nine in cri\t\ >T$have filed in the CLtO'
place of one out of ten. The damage is immcase. JI' '*
J I left the room a few moments; but un"returning Messrs. county of Jefferson, Florida Petitio i fya
I they fund( him head. He seemed tom Joseph Henry John plague appears to have staid five or six months of the e t.\te of ISAAC MILLER tate of s. id cour i
have expired without a struggle. Moore, and Francis II. Cone, who uas casu- in one pi.ice and then to have gone in searchof The Gale in JVort'i Cm'olilla.--The deceased, and will on the 30th day of Dece-nber,'
Fayet- ,
I ally present, being nominated to prepare and fresh victims. Its are yule raove the Jud,e of sai-l Court appoint C.JW1d..'..,..
Judge C. was older in infirmity than in years ; symtoms minutely observer of the 9th inst. says-r14 We tear Estate 'n.
ers t.> divide and putitioii: said
f resolutions
I he would have been but 63 of report appropriate submitted the described by writers and to be
years ape had he many appear much damage has been done tho Corn and the claims of the Petitioners. haii
Jived till the 24th of next February. We thinkit following, which were unanimously adop- the same in every country visited. It gener- Rice crops on the Capo Fear, in Cran-Jonl Webb, )

was in 1824 that a general) para:lysis of his vigo- ted : ally apeared in the groin, or under the arm-pits the Freshet during the consequenceof week. We William H. Love, \ Petitioners, by
tons frame was produced by the unksilful treat- It having pleased Providence to take suddenly : where swellings were produced, which broke have conversed with several past Charles Prudent, S
jnentof a rifling ailment which would soon no from our midst a distinguished fellow- into planters from cape GEO. Y. WAR1':
out sores, attended with fever
doubt Iwve yielded to gentler remedies than the citizen, it seems due to the feelings of thevh.le and vomiting of blood- Tho spitting Fear, and they agree in opinion that the cropsof Monticello, SCI' 22,"1831.ADMINISTRATOR'S. r7-1ml. .ftt I !
quantifies of digitalis that he was dosed $ith.- patient frequently corn are lot t. and they fear every thinlY for NOTIC&
4 Although his health in other respects was fully commnuity to pause and pay u short, I died in !half cay! -generally within il dayor the Hice. Tho destruction of Mills''and IX will be B d V!
i weeks
restored and his mental but heart-felt tribute of respect to the illustrious two at the most. If he survived the thitd S application aiv
powers seem not to have Bridges have: been great-ar.d the theJud-eof the Coimty Court of Leon t"
suffered, his muscular energies never recovered dead. day, there was a hope, though even then many an obstruction of the Mails consequenceis of which FloriiU, at Tallahassee' by WILLIAM RJloo.w.'
the shock and their condition In the decsaso the Honorable Wai. H. fell some Letters with the Willthe n e1.
; partially parali/cd into a deep sleep from which they never have been returned to this Post of Administration,
doubtless, was the immediate cause of his death. CRAWFORD, q mighty man has fallen, one, who I awoke. Office from an estate of Bcniawin G. Walker, dceuCd. .
impossibility .,
tit nrof'PPfL 1'1" ""t".rn An" : ,,
k Judge rawlord is an eminent instance of the for thirty years had; filled with credit to himself From Greece the plagued passed into Italy. not to S ha- 1------- a .u "" v'u 'U'IJ'" Sept.2G, 1S34.: ((7I )

power of native talent in forcing it way up from! and usefulness to the country, the most important The Venitians having lost 100,000 souls, fled appear Southern route.ebeeTi" so severe upon the up- I 3RRIG ALDEBOROVTO oIabj
poverty through all obstacles to the highest rank public stations. per Tins excellent B.- .IhSUL: .P
from their city and left it almost uninhabited. /;
of'his ountry'sl'rvice, and within reach indeed The political hisloiy of the departed, is I At Florence Master, has, durin; the past iJ(
60,000 died in The
of the highest station. For there be lit- persons one year. Eastern the ;
very can papers give subjoined account ueen fitted out for thc purpose
tie doubt he would haw been preferred to Mr. identified with that of the American nation, I France next became exposed to its ravages I of the fun of an elephant in crossing rc-ularly the preseiK season, n M!c':1:

Monroe for the Presidency, had; he not. porempto; through a series of years, pregnant with the and the mortality was horrible. The malady : Connecticut River, a few days since: thw and Charleston--She is'we, an'J f
rily refused!'; to cause such a division in the republican most striking events that has occurred since proceeded northward through Franao till it The elephant two lated folf accommodation of Passengers
was three hours in ChartS
1 ranks as musjjiavc ensued for his name being the revolutionary struggle Suffice to add, that reached Paris, where it cut offSO.OOO people. ting over the Connecticut or, the cvning after get-ne carry orders large Jonvardrd freights.on She immediately is now in for Go4.3.w III
run. whether in the Senate in the Cabinent Couch I
About the same time it spread into Germany, was exhibited here. As soon as he into the brought by her will meet with prompt attntloilI.,
We take from Sherwood's Gazateer, the following or at u foreign Court, his conduct was always where its ravages are estimated at the enoi- middle of the got Tile public are assured th'lt.every Urtlott and.
biographical; sketch which furjiishes for the marked by consumate ability undaunted firm. mous amount of 12,400,000 souls. the streamvery( deep and rapid at made by this line (the CAKOLIVA Bal1rVS: and
i gratification of immediate curiosity, the dates of ness sound judgement and honorable place where he crossed) he began to play ALDF.B.-BONTO: ) to give general satisfactiOn. thtS.
: the prominent events of his life. policy.As At last this fearful scourge began to be felt about in tho water, and gambol in tho most up} a direct and regular! intercourse uctTl.'ecUY ,
Hon.YILLJAM HARRIS CRAWFORD a Judge he was wise, impartial and ho- in England. About the beginning of August, antic manner; and when his keeper undertookto Charleston. JOHN BL.\ ,
was born nest.. We who arc too young to have witnessed 1348, it appeared in the seaport towns on the punish him, he St.: M uk... Sept. 4th, 13 H. [11fj'
in Nelson county, Virginia: 24th February, 1772. immediately sunk ten or
In 1779, his father removed, with his l family, to bid early forensic career, can well understand coasts Dorset, Devon, and Somersetshire: fifteen feet leaving them to swim for their CollonBagging and Bale Raps

Steven's creek, Ejgcfield district; South Carolina, how he should rappidly have become not only whence it proceeded to Bristol. The peopleof I' lives. A dog who is domesticated with him \tpcnor. Lrizsee. T

about SO miles above Vugusta. The next winter, the strength of u strong political party, but the Gloucestershire immediately interdicted all was then sent to seize him by thu ear and lead O quIty JOHN BAIa pE'ACBYjN. tti,

V the British troops, having captured Savannah, pirde of a sound profession. That he should intercourse with Bristol but in vain. The i him out; the elephant wound his trunk round B.-The subscriber declines ceorn .

and taken- possession of Augusta, Mr. Crawford have been lending council in every cause of disease ran or rather flew, over Gloucestershire his body and tossed him feet in tho air. t family to Charleston,and will remain: at hlj.]..r. ev

district.returned Soon north,all over South Broad Carolina river was, into overrun Chester I difficulty and magnitude shows only that his Thence it spread to Oxford and about. All this was done good twenty hujnoiedly however, ring St.the.V.arks shipping, Sept seqson.. 21th, IS317tf[[ ) .....___-
by clients understood their true interest.When the first of November reached London. Finally and
evidently with 110
the British,and he was seized and thrown into no intention of serious mis- NOTICE.S .
Camden jail as a rebel. Here be remained the i the acute pleader is united with the eloquent it spread over all England scattering every chief. When he was tired with his frolic he IX weeks after date, the subscriber"ill asd

greatest partof the summer, and was rtleased, advocate the barister will he applauded where- where such destruction that out of the came out and surrendered himself. The scene to the Judge of tlio County Court 01 'es !

on me of'his loyal neighbors becoming his security ever be appears by listening and' admiring multitudes whole population hardly one in ten was left was watched from the bank! by .a considerable County for Letters of Administration 0 or t &t'

a .' la 1785, he removed\ into Georgia, and set- t alive.. lucrcdiblQ aj this statement may ap- numb r 01 spectators. the Gadsdcu late William County Mart Sept WILLIAM SSU), IJ31.R' [T-6111

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-: along,the' ceasj and through the l lalces'to 'the JJfis- The Railroad: : _
from ]between Baltimore: Wajriton\ bled 1irth' aConsliltib'on. ;tfow 'Mr.:Wolf insheeps1 r >
sissippi river St. Marks.
: will be in operation iq June oi:July l next, '"nmT a I --- .
With these views, I leave. the subject with you : continuous line Railroads will, bv.that period be clothingiwould advisfe you, although a ADMlNISTItATpJl'S :NOTICE. _

:LUa. .m.- g rob) i to lay before the public through your paper, I completed between Columbia on the S 3quehariand boy, to fortify yourselfith. a few stronger arguments ALL.persons having claims aDt.t", llt&of '
det .
.1 4he U should you deem it worthy a place in it. New York. That portion of the road'which and clean yourself entirely ofyour old Federal their demands 'to tnn notified. to :' i;
lies present
s.TU n OCTOBER 4. Respectfully, your ob't serv't. between be Baltimore and Columbia, will I hope principles, when you wish to tack youl'tel1 to our two< yea the some will ddmifiatrtr'barred. .tbz.,. '
= soon commenced, are' the stock has been !
subscrib party, we have half d
GEO. W. LONG ed and way men on our yow HARL ) AdraWfJan s
offers inducement : ,
learn that Col. great to the JOSEPH .
Evsiro Bank of Flodd.We Lieut. U. S. A. to make the stockholders I must renounce one or the other-for the fate of a J Hareydcc'd. .
of million ol dollars Engineers. the I least possible delay. Tallahassee, Sept. i9, 1834. ((8.8w)
ale one
Dei' ;hasetfcC.tcJ a Tallahassee, Sept. 26th, 1934. The only space between New York and Mobile go between, generally speaking, is not a very envious -.

;&1; ? 6tod( lit lllls Bauk. It is expected to go which would require to be travelled in steamboats one, and lest you should have your delicacy I .D.118 14th TOR'S SJlLE. t. .
' latter part of November or the is from theseat Government to shocked, by realizing the old of the I ON day next, wi t'
) ihe the National Intelligencer. Frcdericksburg story monkey, b exposed to public sale! at Hackley's: o
rshles the general nrosperity and ihat link would be had better Tallahassee } '
jvccember- very promptly filled up by you under. Rom a variety of Groceries, being -
of this amount of capital will BALTIMORE, 28th August, 1934. the State of Virginia, or by individuals if there With part of the stock of the late JAMCS I t'
HARLEY deceased
d the ;
regard ,
rodent use .'[ to peacefulness Nullification .
elSri. Gales 4- Scaton Since the jut should Tea
: be consisting-
toductiun chance of Coffee (
appear ,
with certainty on a success of the I Sugar, Tobacco Lead :
calculate still J
no?. ,Vmav noW i Railroads: into the United States, I have indulg I propose. project maintain my ground, and cannot sec in one I Rum, &c. flrc. &c. .

[: strurtion of a railway to St. Marks ; for the ed sanguine hope, that, at no distant period, one I should also mention that the proposod road, in i nstance where A Nullifier" hasjcomrovertcd the I A crcditofsix months will be given on al sums over .Ii

aet'! p1etin. of which, proper measures will i would be made-from the Seat of the gencoal government its course through the Slate Georgia, will touch I fact of its not being so-it must be peacelul, it j I Ihas i I II i vcnty dolars'tbe purchaser giving not with ': .

dd.lnd. cdatc1Y:1Joptrd.; to New Orleans; but as the constituted:; at Augusta, which is in a direct line from MiledcreI been peaceful and will be peaceful as security.JOSEPH g t
long as HARLEY
"< authorities of our to be I ville and i the ) Adm'rs of James It
country appear decidedly is point termination of the Railroad the rights of the JOSEPH I
Slates t
has been extremely fatal on the adverse to the promotion of great national improvements from Charleston which is now in a!e respected-but when Tallahassee j Harley, dec'd. ., _
ver operation. Mat Sept. 29, 1834.
fltCho1era by appropriations from the other Railroads they are trampled under foot, and our resistance [8tdsJ] ;
both sides of the Savannah: ri'cr.1ettcrs public treasury, ny would soou be projected to connect ..--.
t13OnS on that four hvmdied have al-' it has occurred to me that there is one other source I the cities UpOal the Seaboard of the Southern .. to flagrant violatiors of the Constitution threatened Watches, Jewelry, &c. U
3 ] slate I :
of te from which moans: may be obtained to aocomplish country with the main stem National Road. A'' with chains, let succession then not be lookedon THE subsrbr has just received an additional '
ve. yf3lcII victims to scourge. i such an object, within a very short space of time. Railroad i is also menlioned to he in contemplation with horror, nor with detestation f\VATCIE9JE"ELRT, SILVER Srooxs, : ,
,-under such ,
2 11 I would that the Charter from which he offers for sale on '
l propose the Bank of Augusta to Athens, arid from thence Mem- .c customary reasonable ;
to circumstances
Jefferson are dispostnl to take ; the United I should like to see the te rms. FREDERICK -
m States he aggrieved TOWLE
Prof lrictws! : on terms mutualy plus, on the Missisippi river in the State Tennessee Ii
ot -
)Jr in the the State stand on her "reserved Oct: 4h, 183-. ((8If .
hv llic) f'Tclock. A scat Legislative acceptable to Government and to the Stock I rights, and proclaim !

*nrii!) l for the year 1836 is no doubt a verypjst I I holders, on condition that the Bank shall construct Ilyou think the subject worthy of notice in to the world as South Carolina did, her in- TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. i .'

ld5.. >,iit then it seems, at present, lo a Railroad: from the city Richmond to Mobile! your valuable.paper he pleased to remark upon it dependence and her determination to maintain itat O N the eighth day January next, I will offer for : r'.'

:,,r3tFlC! envtloped I I'in the I mists;; of futuiity.000 or some other point on naviirable water suJficient in any way you! think proper. all hazards-yes, if we cannot live on equalterms sale before the doorof the Court House in the .
cryink 100 111uch; i for steamboats of a large class, in the State ot Alabama I am, dear Sir, very respectively yours. and enjoy equal let City Tallahassee, Leon c\Unt'3U the right, title, :
and that the i institution. privileges, us be sepe- claim and demand ot" May and t'
; I sh i ill have power D./A. SMITH. to a framed ,
er- FlOridiafl : to collect such rates for tolls and transportation rate-fr I would rather my native State should House situated in the town of St. Marks, now occupied -

be' 1 the Editor oflhe .! shall be sufliciciit to defray expenses, and yield} an FORTllU FLORID1VX. I I be.jsplated from the rest and float alone on the i as a dwelling, and owned by the said Robert' !
inclosed letter of D. A Smith M sold his
.y, to satisty Territorial and .
irTiie 'f
laU National of the interest upon the capital invested, of not less than J\lr."\ EdiI01'-F tne many rcports" afloat boisterous ocean-free and independent than to : cs for\ the year Ib34. County TAJ ;

.published i": the Intcllifioncer: 5 per cent, pea annum. I mention Richmond as and from the many efforts upon the part of the subserve in one jot or tithe the brutal cupidity of ...hA. A. FISHER, '

IflSt., {ir piblC.3tiI3 in your, papl'rlS IM.MIMJ! of the point of departue, because a Railroad Ins: been I opposition to fill the car of the public with b-irgain: her sister States. 23th, 1334. [8tds."|_ Inept I-

try' I : i vrcatCt interest to the people of this Ter- about authorized to be by constructed thhc State from Virginia, and is now I and management between Gen. Call and Col. I In conclusion, I would remark, that "A NulliI SALE POSTPONED.Colector.'J'J !

1Dt. ory. I Or- I Richmond which will form a link Fredericksburg in the: chain to of I ,\ I have deemed it proper for the satisfaction I fi ler" will not again be noticed 1 by me unless he TIE sale of Ural Property belonging to the estate f i.
New the
of hue DANIEL
' : Smith
\ fkplanof: Mr. : conrifciini of of his friends to make the infuses i a little more in his FAuS. was to have
I.b upwards 100 miles' with a very slight deviation following extract common sense produfctions tak ;n place on the in
;: ivntlnlie. ) wat of the Gener.il Government by from a direct line. It wuull also afford to millionsof from a private letter : I and takes: a little of the advice given roe, 1 ) ) until the first fl.st Monday Tuesday in January October 1835.is po&tncd 1

the ''\\Ro.-i.ls i I : and Sleam Boat: navigation, is one of travellers the /gratification of passing: throughthe "The most absurd: story is that mentioned in \'iz-" to read, mark, learn, and inwardly di.cs- { MARY FAUST, Adinini'.rairur., : .

:.nd ,.,"intere"!tt() till'1101e Smitliein and \Wstenij'rv Metropolis of the Ancient Dominion, one of your last article: to wit-that Gen. Call and and then write." Yours, &c. Oct 4-4th, 13.11. (SAw) r ., .t1

>Id ; the runner; by making: neiuhbor.-? of disutcs the main pillars!: of our Confederacy, the birthplace had entered into :; coalition. myself NED eCKET.N. LEON: COUNTY, FLORIO.IQ .\. \
allis I g"nius: = and.\ ia triotismn. The total I distance The thing the
of their Court
County said
which a good ponion of .
with County.
31 < ; from Richmond! to-l\Iulnle to be I ii; too ridiculous to be contradicted-so far from B.-If fricnd Nully! you make another attempt .1
appears by re- James Edwin Stewart
e. ,tinetI-> canieJ tIll! and the Litter by openingrte ference to the map, about 950 miles of railroad there being any untiL! standing: ) between us ; f for thepresent at wit in you" pieces, uncle Bob Bucket j,I \.5. }> Attachment : 1

hip f m-irket 1 ItiT the giv.it quantity; I i of producefinJ'iiHwy ] I now\ in use, from Petersburg to the Roanakc also or the future!I I he told u me in the last, and I says he will give you some real Georgia slang- 1 Edv.ard B.iruwc.11. 3 "_ J ::1"f

he i: t to( lh' Southern: States by the on the line of the proposed national I I ll highway think the only serious! conversation! 00 the .subject, whang, and I in the meantime will turn some attention fIE[ Defendant and others concerned, are notified fli\
traile, Irom-Ni-w Orleans, even II} the I consequently, about S.;0 miles would be requited One the issuing of said Attachment and I 't1
of ;
,' 1 swig that it was not his purpose in Itecomc a t'antliJJle'I to the People, i(upon inquiry} I are required :
G ; to be constructed)! the BankI to plead the 1
considerable poition of which by have had someexperience : to Declaration conformably with 't
'hethe anitf: boml: ; :a ; from having: assisted, with \miemitting \ any circumstances; and that he shmild vote can find out he is truly nuj Lord Bacon" of thc statute. EDWARD CHANDLER

flaTJierii,: : consumption.flfa ; attention in the making of a mile of Railroad between I: foroncoflhcgrnlltincnthen bi-fore: the public. I swinish virmnry.Gadsden N. B. 0((. 1st, IR3I. -((8te) For Plaintiff. ,

en, \\ | sclienie of such great imporJance( : j jJcr is Baltimore and! Washington, which my son have no arrangement, understanding, or plan of Sept. 29th, IS- 9. EXECUTORS NOricE. fl .. j:

i'JeI i c
I 110 nhlItl i; \ tn'! \Iriull" directions! by which it mayarconi' have had the advice o1 one or two gentleman of I approaching Election. LATE FROM EUROPE. I \' to sell the real estate of DAVIS FLOYD, I

"I lb.aji.. : : ':: lied. The one proposed: by l\Ir.\ .I.II sconce) and experience, who} concur in the opinion! "I am with The ship Isaac Hicks, from Liverpool, brings dccascd,.late Leon county. ,;f -'
great regard;
tllUtJ ) 1 It: 'em..l tlit:\ a Railroad can be made: fir less than fiftt'en yours the 2d and [' ELIZABETH FLOYD, )
I.:b.whir:1: : i j.t; III' iogiMitr.illy' i Igi; c ( "JOS. papers to Mary Jane, from Rochelle, BEN Ex"Irs.
thousand dollars J
( mile from ,
)per passing! Virginia Paris to the 5th. 4
ditficiiliics, in the mountainous papers
!!! jirwit! country Oct. 4ih, ((8-l.\v)
through: the Carolinas nut! Georgia to Mobile, I It is not at all singular, that every little "mote"slionltl The partisans of Carlos in Spain: lobe i
ih.it: the
:, winch! it : ;: d.unpens appear 'W
':rIul: .. ulllcrlakt'l'nH p\o.I'S is innther pros- with a double and track, without resort to stationary be caught: at by the friends of the oppoMlion ; i- in great strength. The French brig ot war Curinsseur Bargains Bargains lots of Bargains "- .
btjti I'l' : with
dill'! I II ; iJj powr curves on which locomotivescould (
; arrived at Brest from this the
candidates and port, on [
'*ii' ie: which is scarah!, inrnlioni'd, which! I will ply' at high rata of speed. Thirteen millions whispered published Suly. JUST per brig Gertrude from Baltimore, .1J.
>d. throughout the Territory, to weaken the for sale low for cash, a-enoral assortment t J
i tal i Mil, thai i>etMiib not only much jjielriabV! of dollars would be requisite to accomplish respectability } OP-DE.UX, Suly 29.-Two thousand Carlists of GROCERIES, consisting of L

t.hen.. I!miv !tll' tlcoiiif.l I highly, praetieihand; t one tile work and with the tfipilal; in bind twenty and the influence of the present inr.uruhel'l, were three days since at Montdragon, nnd! three Fish Fbur, (this year's crop) % 11&,, lj.
thousand: laborers miirht be the work during and to secure the Election of their friends
put but thousand
upon The" :
at Arranmavone. Carlists
*t } of 1 theCaHJiiveraniciit have: Bacon and Sides New Orleans 1
\\orlhY.llnt oiily ,
;i:il is tho! :ttri't: highly the Its Sugar, ,
:irefir ; next year. completion would! perJrctalillt there is one consolation, the time is not fir; distant attacked Eybar, but two hundred men from Ber- i.
!!! ': : (; but al-oofcapitalists, ns l br111. of comunication I from Boston to St. Louis, in when the old st:1nlllt.VJ Col. White, will gala caused them to l fall back. Don Carlo arrived Pickled Herring, Rice Soap, Liquors, $-c. 1 .

aU :. !! stock( tint: wouM be highly vtl.table.mti .- :Missouri: by steam power, and! could not fail to personally fiom Lesaca with about GOO men. GEO. H. LI DE BERGER. f i

cmifceL. : S !<', thiMU'rli: the 1'lw country of I the Atji advance (the (United States in prosperity at least be before you ami.clear satisfactorily 1 i any ch:irge I PARIS, July 30.-Government has despatches 1st October, 1834. [Slf! t, f ,

.Ik. :) const:! I auivs!' ihf pininsuh: : of riorid.i: and twenty years beyond its present condition. It: against him. O. from St. Jean de LUK of 30th July. On the 23than ROWAND'S TONIC lIIX'rURE ;!

d ...niull.iv m ; 11I!JI' (.,Uht t. Co-ist: to th- month I ofjmenu would be worth to Louisana fifty millons/ of dollars: action took place at Acharro Aranaz, between] CASTOR OIL, ,
- j mul would greatly increase the value of land upon | FOR Till: H.OKIDIVX. Gen. Itt>(ILI himself: at the head of 3GOO infantry: I AJso the celebrated RID L.IVIMENT" for llhcumatism f 1
::'f Mis-ii-Vmni.). : c'mnectinirali! tlie comi I :In t tbe' \\".':;.Il'rnIteri.. _"n __ !n. u There was an ancient sac plnlo-.ophcr, and! Zimala-Carrcqui, with three battalions of Na- r & 50 cts. bottle. ,$ J i

llaar. t'tI3: : i 1)1'rloftIJl S.n.ih) nn.l 1 through a country I The disbursment of so Inuch cappital would be That had icad Alexander ]tr1i.s over ; varre, and some other battalions of Alva. I "JASE'S.CARMINATIVE BILSAM," an excellent, Medicine f fi

. ((0 :'tqlllI"j: :! \ t'MJe! : l'ilitl'il Stale* ill smoothness i iI particularly advantageous: to the Southern Slates,,' And swoic the world as lit' could prove, The Queen's troops remained in poSsession of in colic bowel complaints( &c. 50 cts. bottle. t

,aiipa. I gmts': sliirKul;, Hud; ) To iollow:! this route I II.11ChatIHl I and give an impetus to trade genera'ly' that would I ( Was made c Jig/.ling r and! of Lor" the field of battle. The third battalion of the "Dr.STot'E INFANT DROPS" for boweltompl.unts of" f{ 1 :i'

l : : ; S. C. 'to ::South, we have I lorwaah \ produce the most hippy resrlts; and to the Government To my mystical adviser .-J J\ LllUia"( at the Queen suffered much, and lost its commander,,I l I[: WF.AVER'S children, ErE SALVE fy ETC 25 cts. bottle. J i'I
I it would lie a inestimable 125 I
blessing va- Echa/.o. ,
& cts.each. :
: !! I 110 I miles;: elf j Ih'r, ;: rtly level rountry, I With City ol Tallahassee : : 'I WATER, J .
te; a }population destined to be so numerous PARIS, AUgust-The Government has Do.
: Itch
in thence 1 t\l .JtCkSI)I1\ 4C: flU the St. John's ri- : : IFXD NULI.V Your communication just Ointment: 37 per box. 1) "
rc.'i and in n shape so condensed, as it would be : I in t the received by telegraph! the following : Don Carlos Do. Worm Tea & Salvo 25 [ each. f
" ::17 r, UIC;( i'" g iii.i J an.ldinvt 1 :,reI Ill hj.tl n.wiga- by such a line ofro.id, the United States, in case of Floridi.in of the 13th ult. in the language of Jack: is returned to St. Estcvan. An engajiement look- Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25
(. 1j3: uIii ", :aiul fruni. Jad{-.m\'ile: liy the wayasiv war 'might bid defiance to a combination of I Downing has somewhat lifted my ela'dLlan : place on the 23th in the direction of St. Etevan,,F t JAuo ;.!$(

- : ri-ii3ic.i'a! : Bliluly, Mobile, to the European Powers. The road would perpetuate count of the rambunctious manner: in which \,lC"j I which had: no serious consequence. THE "ROACH BASE, which offers an effectual 1

arn:2t: : tflJ:1t: ,the lumnh of r.ul1'4..er: -1G9 miles! the Scat Government, sillbnl ample protection I treated: my review of Colond NuttalPs Circular; MADRID, July, :iff.-A melancholy feeling pervadctf m Sacheiomctcrs ans of clearing houses &c. of Roaches. 1'. :
ttae to the slave-holding States, give facilities to i I I men's minds ou the of the Cortes Hydro.neters, Sugar Boilers, Ther- : f .
:nJ: fram this plC-Mo!:( New Orleans: is-10( niilcs ; from which I expected so much eclat and: glm'y, opening ;; 11In ctcrg. with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS .'
'irr,I cnnunrrce: and lo the transportation; : of the mails: i ; :still; with but little reflection, it i is easy lo pereceivethat received : h b
Oil:I 'St3U: ; uii I TIm: VgtiiII' throsijrh: lake Ponc.irEii.miki. I and miltlamneans, which v\c have hitherto nevercontemplated. i iI Oh, most learned Sir you have: entirely rain j this melancholy} was but natural.: The assembly &c'.just Ort. 4, 1831. by[8.6m E. B. PERKINS, ; '. ')

rclam : : iJ ill ai! I iOO t: mile.-N by -team boats: ami'IIn i i sqiiaddlcd all my bright anticipations[ in the political l fell itself under t the influence of emotions ] Druggist.: ::1, ,y

rail r\d.: I;. wiicj! by :,il I\win! !r lor all nrrcs- i I The people who send their prodce to New Orleans irorW, and by your reading, 11W.killg.t'ar/lillg, which!; prevented the display of that joy which For New York. .' !; -

f djys! ra.i: !jj tnivilleJ: over m three, and: a ,, and are ii: the habit of trading between the and inwardly tligl'sting-alld then writing, has: j was in reality: fell at the inhalation of the Cortes. I I THE new and substantial brig GBR-, i ,;
'j two great marts: ofcommerce, N. Orleansand NewYork ; The pOEitinews of the arrival of Don Carloivarre t tI TI UDE'iil sail t the loth instant for- i
'r. iJ'"r limr: f feeble )
eclipsed Iithe
tIJTile i ( my genius
c-nmtryis ; ) nernl'yiilnt : great quantity
- may by means of the proposed communication 01'1 I iu ? and the unexpected discovery rfaconspiracy I, the prt. For freight or passage
(l : !11(1 t ) would I be required: : learning and wisdom in the, apply to the Captain
stjti.imry nower pa<'s liOn) one:? city to the other iu six or i you hallipl.yed: [ prc"entctIIIos(demonstrations of loyalty I on or.toKERR ,:1'

au-.k-tli.'trave'll-iij'! : al le.i t nine-icnths of the seven (lays: and in nilll't\,'-<;ix hours, or I four days production alluded: to ; but, Sir, as Nrd Ins imprudently i. which otherwise t would! I have: been shown on St. Oct.3d &STURGES. .1 ;

rile"!: i.1I'1't':.!: ion a tJltlJralle\"d admirably fit- and night.: at fifteen imlc;? per }hour, reach tillSi' :I run against; a sung," he will endea the departure of the Queen from the Hall of the I :frh 1834. (B2\ .

:,F- "ii, ,;iiJtcus) of c'):I\'evawe: and! the reinain2 t ofGov<'rnnifnt: from New Orleans.Members / I vour to tret oil withlittle! ;pain as possible: always 1- Cones and through the streets, loud acclamations i For New York. I '

2 : i i h lit niDileratcly: I nI\1atincr.] \ The of Congicss, from distant places'! may) keeping in mind the old family motto, I If I wee heard. : i WILL stil for the above port on Wednesday ,
0 resido: with their (amilies: in Washington duiing \ care much astonished) lo find the Captain next, wind and weather pcn.iitssSSSaa I 'f j .
:i":! > oiMuerconif in CrtkiIig the peninsula, the scs3i.u, and the weaithyand: f fashionable Iblksfrom you go in hlind-you must hack on r. General Pa In: fox; cnnucc'ed with the conspiracy. tinr, the substantial coppcred and .

r,r !'"*v!..; tm.lo I by Capt. SWill, U. S. Topo- the South! and East: will flock in great numbers In the first place, this sage in politic* savs. "IlL' It is hoped! that lie has only been guilt of some fastened brig TALLAHASSEE, Captain FANSIN copper. : I rI 4(

I : .e 'J Knji _- their winters and Ned J) should not have said that of For freight l or passage, apply to the Captain bcad.
als.iber. ; it- <, is but about 230 feet. to Washington to spend ( I Colonel'ufltall imprudence, which his admitted incapacity didnot I t. on < ,
fut at the wisdonr; of the nation. denies the permit him to the I St. :1a Oct. 5th, 1334.- ((1 .) ij _
t'Xp; JIM "I rMiistntciing a Rail Road: on' gaze congregated : constitutionality ol Nullification upon a .see consequences. L' .. j I
'abiv;' route winlJl": very small compared withtfworlsiu I have stated the extent of the capital requisitefor strange and new l li ogled ground," because I the Liverpool Cotton .Uad.t August 1.-The de LAND FOR SALE. 'I'
the contemplated work at thirteen millions of I maud toe cotton continued AGUES j
very of hammock, oak and 1
: Colonel "it
less favoured: says, can not be constitutional because JtlcrJIthrnrrllut SOO f'
jC:4. Besides
Callilltl -
dollars, which) I beliuve to be more than sufficient I the week, and prices of Am (": Land-300 do. pine, of which 400 acres t '.
fio 1'W'it of ir-adn.j; or pn\iarin: the way for as the work would doubtless: be executed with a no power was given under the ConstitutionII cription arc jd per Ih. higher. Brazils remainsteady. ;; M cleared, 200 of which is fresh and good. On the

f'Sirucuire nf the track over MI level a country due attention to economy, both as regards capital t to lesist the laws of tile' United Stat ,.,." In doin'<** I I I The sales of the week, including GOO I II above premises, is a large two story new framed :

,-&( It b\I\,)i nbuil.iic'of::( the best material: the i I and till e. With such views the> managers would justice to myself I will also do justice to Colonel; bales American, purchased on speculation, and I House, 36 feet square: -piazzas on both side'-bed .]
I below
,... .. ,, t looms with all
, 1II i i
a necessary
." 1100 bales American and! 100 Surat for j
direct that the 01 (tIC urui cs annum I : ,
\(w( supersirucuvc Nuttall. The quotation above shows the export
pns4% on the whole( extent of it (for the i superficial a good Wafer Gin and Screw. Terms, $1000 down, .
: be in all of wood and small wooden bridges i amount to 25,160 hags. Import, 12,013 l ; jj .
I. 'j The iPjri.cst!1:1ILe rate that: could be estimated cases ( : manner in which a Nullifier looks on things s bags. I the balance four annu:il instalments. I am determined :. t i
I' substituted fir. culverts.! There are sp'.enli.l .
stone sell
l/ the above
) '
pnm'ses at a sacrifice ,
:arcrjg. con;; of this work i in general. Colonel Nuttall was more specificthan .
7OCiQ per mile uill! l bei : wooden' bridges over the Schvylkill liver, at OBITUARY.Y. TIIOS. SPEIGHT..4LN : .
.. i per miy: lr .t, double track, or f for the whole Philadelphia, that have been in UC for more than you have represented him, he did not use i in I! DIED Gadailen Co. (FU) Sept. 29,1834. [8-Owj]
th :.lICl'SI.Oj.iOh). 1 adopt tins; climate fnim twentyyea r requiring very trifling repairs: doubt as to his::; real meaning as you have done' : At Chatahoochce. Flo/on the 21st instant, ofinflamatorry & ..4.
Storing of Cotton.
.!Jw-mBtcd- cost: of IU'! pr jccled Rail Roal froip since their erection, and which did not cost one but exoressly says no power was given under the' fever" C.TIURINF E. daughter of the hipping Jtj4 i..'
FIr) pace! to St. Murks, surveyed fi.r the Talla- tenth of the expense ()building: sirnalar structuresof Constituticn to the States to resisl the laws of'thi iC laIc Dr. Mark &Mary B. McHan, agd 7 yrs. & IT $ STURGES will attend t Storing andhiippiig : I
I would! to confine 3 months. from Cotontbcyi also advance on.
331, Rail stone. Although propose disposition moment i' "
Hojd{ : Company, which has i its: full United States"Ned ought to have known i Cotton entrusted shipment to any :
; larc .
such work to the smallest which }her the articulation was ;
the expenditures lor a gave ,
'F ; ) mnol 1.ruJ'u!; country to pass tivcr, and! !I estimate necessary to tjie accomplishment of the : says he, tint this is precisely what Crawford, meek, amiable, mild, PO\n1 and obedient ; and duringthe I market purchase in at the either United their States Stores er in elsewhere Tallahassee; and or wH. ". 11 .:

i With but a,$tIIC: track will cost much less object required{ to be effected by labor will yieldan Troup: Ta/ewell, and other half way Nullifiers whole cousre of her illness, while upon the bed 3Iaiks. Oct. 4i h, ) (Stf) t' ,..
n a proper pnijHjuioiial,: I part of the J 1ure'ciin' acceptable interest upon the cost of the labor have lie fore declared." of pain and suffering, there was a christian-like l: 11 11i

'flat.OCIflflflC, 0 bestowed upon it., such object is a good investment I deny, Sir, with due respect to your age, and patience and resignation noticed in her manners:: Undc1ritel8 Sale. r
cappital, and does not lessen the means of which was remarkable and wilch would have WILL at public' auction at the 'arenouc f
tin:; scheme) :: it will require Lut those who supply the money, but constitutes a to your reading, marking, learning, and inwardlydigesting graced the dying moments of'one of more matureyears. A Crane, in the town of St. Marks, on \'

'.distiticc. : from Jacksonville: toT, II.)I 113sscc, 130 circulating medium, which is as tangihlcas! money ,--and their writing, that Crawford 1, Would to Go-1! that every soul whom she Monday the 6th inst. a quantity of Flour damaged on ,

the p-niKula: : part of the route to be con- itself In the case of the Bank, the Stockholeerswould Troup, or Tazewell, ever denied the constitutionality has Icf behind in this world of sorrow, could bid> to St. Marks brig Taliahas&ec, sold for th, un 5 benefit her passage of inc from underwriters N. York i \J .ir

ciit 1 h the! cimmunication: to N. OratOflCe bo .snbjeot to the loss interest during the Nullification upon the ground assumed 1 by it a adieu with the same certainty of t futurehappiness and all others concerned. i ;, 'l

) ; anll1 f"r this part of it, the Legisla0UflCiftlt. construction of the work, which would operate asa i I Colonel Nuttall. Those men drc i too well acquainted I A. M. ALEXANDER, AucL'r. /'J; !;

"/ ) have considerable! bonus for a renewal of the Charter; with Hit ground work of our Governmernmcnt At Mariana on Friday 10th Sept. Dr JOEL B.: St. Marks, Oct. 4, Is34.- (Iwfl) .
,0iVI net Territory granted a liberal and I would stipulate that time mails should be carried know the difference between CLEMENTS, son of Maj. Benjamin Clements, i olFayelleville _: ,'.
'rany cnIIpaIhat! ma.ile formed at not to Tennessee.MARINE. Underwriter's Sale.WILL I. ,:
It.me; free of cost. But as the stock would be one .
unller II. There is boat granted and poiccrs reserved and moreover be sold at pubtic auction I
ste:\n naviganChari. : permanent character, both as to duration and powers S at the store of
.c ); .. the are too well versed! in thc history of our subscriber, in the town of St. Marks, >tonto Savannah, and from St. profit t, after the completion! of the road, Bank they I .1r1
rkHa LIST Monday the- 6th inst. a large Idt of Bale '
New Orleans! in it to inviduals not to know that the States, at the formation i Rope -
steam packets may p'y' to could have: no diiliculty idling country, Bagging, a part of thi cargo of l brig allahassee na
Cr' ;klc: the coimnumcation. And ns the work which I would give the power to do in the law, or of the Federal Constitution. werc sovereign -' maged on her way from New York to St. Marks, soW I hon :.

ret prIiCl\\1 weMwird from Tallahassee f; the to suc'.i'! of the States as might require it. and independent, and that all powers were given PORT OF ST. MARKS. account of underwriters owners, or all who may _'r
On road of such extent, passing through the be concerned. JOHN .
!IIr.3ckct'i a : the General Government and = BLAIR PEACHY.
LI'WI Ul'lon Ih' t'n'J'J lUeet it at the different har capitals! of Virginia, North and South Carolina, through to ARRIVED Sept. 27, St. Marks"Oct. 2, 1334. (iw) /;
( C".I\it ; al A)1laclllcJf! St. Joseph's and from N. thai no power was given under the Conslitu- Schr. A Stevens 28 days from New York -------- 11 .
A lUJrev'| : and! Georgia, to Alabama: thence to Ilanti LODGED in Jail in Monticello, Jefferson ..1' .
I ) > c'iahatchie; : St. llosa, Pensacola Orleans, to upper Louisana: Mississippi, and Arkansas lion to the Slates" for a very obvious reason: because via Key with mdz. to sU.Jries IacngersaN. the 21st.instant, a run away county Negro :-

fuLile' H1.!'S. : and also to Mexico, it would be difficult to they were sovereign in power, and as sovereigns AI. Martin and C. Bezeaux. Man, who says his/ is ISAAC, and that he De- ; ', :. ,
r. 28th, brig Gertrude, Freeman, 16 days from Bali- .longs to John Miller of Nladiscn .
I -
,1 1 CI) the number of that: and what county, Florida. Isaac :
.a'll'Jnic:1ti)1 estimate correctly passengers to the Government- ; 1
: r} thronrh thc gave powers Biscoe
the ports on more. Passengers, the 2 Messrs. Loockerman, is about 30 or 35 yers of ,dark ,
Jatd,aj piyrfc to have) : advantages much above would travel upon it daily. No one would en- they exercise were "reserved"-the opinion of ,Lucas and 5 Negroes. little touched with the rhenmatick age complected-sme 5 ''Z
r) the risks of the sea or of steamboats for pas-abut fee : :
counter I _ 10 11 <
ute.,1"tllC Nullifier ColonelNultall inches
and or
his -- high-wears \
tni! excellencv- a a .
uor, parlicularly to the com' and Ohio and I rund ct. own
I many days on the Mississippi to JAS. I%I. er is requested toxome forward law.
affotirsf are requested announce ,
the notwithstanding. prove property pay I
i tile to contrary WE f:
c.luntfwhich. will be iii would think it a small calculation: to reckon a number expenses, and take him I
e IITlIrlt- ',ate connection with the institutiotye of passengers thai would arrive and depart, Nullifier' with his absurd and ah tr3cteJ'notions HOLLIMAN, as a candidate I to away.THOMAS HARDYMAN ...

',j'M J Iy Mr. S.'t0 'he created tl) ejfrct this' daily from Richmond and] Mobile, al 200. Thai of the Federal system, leaves one to infer represent Jefferson county, in the LegislativeCouncil Monticello, 25th Sept. 1834.- [8tf] Sh'f t }: t.

.rhe number al three cents mile, the usual rate up- for the year A. D. 1836. t .l.
I tra)9)Orthtjofl! of< specie as! well as per that there were no powers or sovereigns ;previouslo NOTICE. I
Y. 'I la QJ'i' Railroads, estimating the distance at 900 miles, Constitution but E Dr. W'1 VL: subscriber's WAREHOUSE is not .'
I :se and! country produce, will be of no the formation of the magic W are requested to announce THE yet cmlte ,
three millions nine
'F would a revenue to in
yeld owing
and with it the FORD TAYLOR candidate to disappointment J
coasulerati.m like, the Constitution sprung up, as a
to lacilitate exchange, and hundred and fifty thouaand, dollarsor thirty per has hire the use of another until it is and wi'l be 1
1'. b \\'Ith! the travelling on the road, it is be cent upon the cappital invested. As the Bank General Government, and afterward the States,, to represent Jefferson county in the LegislativeCounci any share business. W.C.MILLER. 1 4

aI t4 will make l the stock l of it highly valuable would be restricted to an in interest not exccdinff subserve entirely the imperial ukase of the supreme for the year A. D. 1836.SIX Marks, 3d Oct. [8-2w] :

fleest;: ;' ., of the canal across the peninsula of F five per cent., the rates transnsrtation would sovereign, and sole monarch-the General : weeks after date, application wi b made by A NEGRO FOR SALE I

rid aJ which lias: of Go. necessarily hate to be reduced as low as one cent Government-and that after the creation of subscriber to the honorable Cotiniy Courtof BELONGING to the estate of Fnzb. SIJISOB. ,
the attention
I ,* llent! for occupied per mile and probbaly lower; but the parties possessing this the little petty States.were. Jackson county, for Letters.of Administration ort i is n likely felow., and iDO sold rj
have j STe: years past: and for which sur- all other portions of the road between Virginia mighty agent, the estate of JOHN G. SMITH, late of said county de. privatly,1 shall put him up to on

wicu made! would by this be eupercc- and New York, would derive inajnense profit. provided for, and that, the authority they were 5 to ceased. JACKSON ROBERTS... day of Jan'y next. R. J.HACKLBY J
as Well ,Vas I under the : S pt. 23d 834. ((8.?w) : Oct.4. I
as the inland: water coijimunication I Iroin tHeir.investments. exerci? given"- suppose, gar- -\8tf\ .;: .:.";.: -_ J
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l Law rartoerdup fortaeriy fasting between September Term, 1834.A | "IRE unheTri De4; ftasrwoaed tltc bnwh artd THE PaWi* i! re' .tfii'1y in .E ,' .

P. Rvok and James D. WcsxcoU Jr. huh / the cantor o/1& estate of Jforoa Baster Surgical Instruments) 'C. the dazing knife and Uwa, by s "diri obiTarxr- 1rs i4 tbii, Isntit2t1m TL'I b: rem, ut t

t been dissohuIbmnre'1t.. dcttascd. I HAVE just received a full supply ol fresh their use," merit"t -% ftf t : button.t dT
March. I@1.CTJlttasf. Drug, Medidnes and Cbemic Is. Pure ion for lu C' LWdo.
___ is ordered by the Court, that the Clerk give Tallahassee!! Aa-- 39h,1331. Z-t' M 110

A CARD. piy>c notice to aH creditors of said deceased, toEk PORT JUDElILt k JIUSCJTELLE IT/.VE, in adTa11C' '

tsar claims within 30 days from this dayt aad he in botUes, imported specially fur the use of the is tasrlt e u,L. .L Application .'a. .
t Jrtat i. Twopva.TOTEC
the offer "f Secr+ iarr atcorT n-wMa.a jotit xcccfO cla the eeuhsaaoe l eo.tilsa audit the same and distribute the DORMS ia tie Re- skLVeigand & Soowdcn's superior AxrctA- THE Schooner CAXCUXA Bacrc *u ua4eIr te'u- kr o' t3. be + I mated r. Th

t< U. S JCtton fjt the lot.Ce PtlcnctcyeEr that he nix*: r> iry of this Court according to law anicnu such creditors TING, TttmnrDfc, OBSTETRICAL, Err, DISSECTLSG the present s avm, between this Post a'4 Ch3rI- !3:1'itl.'LI h Ti tq t m'--ett)J

Orrote lut tier ti.-'xrfr/ ts4 a e'Tai=ivf to tee prmruce efbf and if there be a surplus! to the representAtives and POCKET LCSTECXCXTS, ia cases.Sroju.cn tbn. *he is acted here inr ite iLFre7 $ m

I 1 that Lav of ;as4.r b a>eatrc iBfm<**4 ktf 1*trmvi hiic is. ia Uk FVoij Co att, gat of Apyi rtsruhfir.kv <, ia. of said deceased. Dated set 17, 1S34. (6tf) Prxw and Puss, Silver Lancets and t eiemoa Till be aped br ibis iio to a ir e saf'ISrtl.. CHARLES Ake$T '

>tsc of the Cnvns of Ibf MriO Discnct. w is the ialetlJrnaS.na A true copy. D. McRANET, CJerk. Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, ate Farther particulars will b? riren rrr her arrira cr'- lx. I. t

(_. sS Jacis'i ai.! Fri k iaC.tsatles is W. t l1lYida: or AD assortment of DRIED HERBS from the JOHN BLAIR PEA'. HV.
., D atiz ant Tw1i1.1 Caati*. CRvrEla, fin It rste theDiwtittateasssde NOTICE {
SL M r Sep 2 I;3LPLANTflRS'
aasatLentia berebr given,that a PETITION fot the setting off i' Shakers-amoa r :vhkh are Lemon Balm, Cataep.Hysop t

'hl ahatere: U L% M. I:31. IS assignment cf the ZV frr of tie widow of the j Mint, Sa e, Sweet Majoram, Savory, HOTEL.THE

Tux Collector Sale.ON late Henrv B Fitts, decea' 'J, will be kd at the next Thyme, Ceilerr, kc. i
Tens of tiie Superx>r Court of the Coanty of Leon. | LIME Jncc an4 Ltxo.x STRCT. snb nb-r Las laien t Le PLs i I ear' Ho:tL-,
the third S itarJtr in CVenjbsrD I will ofer LEIGH READ for Petitiooer.TalUbass SPICES of u'ats tLn opportunity cif a aJ Att'y { kind-Genuine IXDII Crrt'r.
for sal befot the Cour. Hrase door the erery
in and the that hw Hocst "ill b< > for s.n.rte
ee,19t '5S4. S-tf-1 j pu.c pr
Sep [ Eiish. French: and Preniis's and Perfuroery. [I
town of tsri3J.fa. Jackson roanty. Flo. sa mi>eh of Soaps ccptkm ur..h:13t of March I53J.iStf .

the quartet seetkxi of LATD )knowa as tb* Northwes; ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. :j Mrs. MiBer's cekbrazeJ S.vrrr. May- KIDDAR. '1rX'1Ew3. !

fixm& of section \.. 15, township No. 5t raarv a11.'as T the net: urn of the County Court of Leon ,I i icoacty n.inl k Noye's cc'sebrated ISK an j IXK POWDER i

will be su3cxnt to ssjtisfy the at&>JBt of ElizurLrhropNs we will arply! for Letters of Dvscijssion THEXMOMETESS, HTDROMETEKS. Si.c i I It. HtfcEi os, i Petition tu-* ;:ar.r Crrji. I8! -g

Ij-ias and being IK U L3- waters tf Chifxx! and late cf said Coaatv. i iLEMUEL T3iiahla-e. July 9th, 1SJ4. [4Stf] f' WILLIAM II Ettii. tLe frx-ecUwsirt &f* Mortis. r

boooded by the Ucds i f Jan es F. Wachab and the BRCCE. [ THE aryl til others. are VA A. tKf. *

land* laf the estate of Wfiltasi A. Jackson, derVJ. and ELIZA ANN BRUCE. I Solomon Alle.. ar i 3K+aes Allen. } ,! kas teen fi.i in ::.e C rxrt **>rMi, t/>

dar by Elirur Lathrop.OV (6.3x) Tats'. 1 :h Set. !S 3-C. }t:tf) ', :rt\dixr undtr tit: name a&i! sivk Fort-Jo a .M l<5rtrar a tieraV-d ur d'f aJ3Ot K tr .

I -]LSt- ; uf S. & M. ALLEN. '{ sa.d Wiiliara! D. Ha. .tIn on. **n two Trvu of LAND rL:4 '

the third M plop fn March rert, will be of- NOTICE. j T5. J. AIIlCII rEC1. I G.dtn vrmlp, t : t !! Zriu :.3a

(or ale, w much of the jnarer srrtio of 4LL per >xis are hoirby netii.d, that the urJer 1 John T. B--rr. I>n; S: rre i.-d j canner of 'I.ry Fat: * ncd Aiaunistratrax of Do ID JOHS-OX, Lite half of the Northeas: qcarurof 5 ctxrfj Ier.-= f -
LIED koown AS the Northw tjairter of section No H nry Kn-rr1 ". 2, township No. 4, raixjT 10. \. and \V. as will b* of the cxiniy of Le jn, dereosei. intends at the next JO'I I N T. BArR ACA.. J :n ToxLsp' i One Rsr: : "t To N'rin ar. W v*. YFIRE'c21l
Spnc: (March] Terra of the Coanty C Mart of said BALTZ 4.L i. WHITE.Jo .* i on
suScient Grantl&nd SiCc > rr *cri.v' .
to satisfy the asvxsnt o(Carter dei a Jant and &li othrs canrtrr-c-d. are tcre-: ;
County, to settle tie account of her"adiuintsrion.. THE re )-. [ IS*Tw4m) A:*' .-* Jw 1--:*: 'tRF.JL Ifa-f/rf I
for Th ,,
15S4 ?
taxes the year 1533 and saabehx nouieJ, th?: an .i': 1 ; and lyinr on t he waters of Cbip+ xa'i :>'nsd eid! I Iard prcarc her dtmt>s.xn and diaesarc? a? sivrb. j hi* b 'en sued out of the o5Js of the Cicrk of th* j ji

by the Uod's of A1i33s J. B\'t < andJ >hn Dins, oad } p15, I5J4. 4&f J MARY JOUNSON, Aom'x. i Saierivr Coutt of L? 'n eounr. Firid.i, and Lr acdih FT.n'E.JT .JCCTiO.S + 3:75 1 ::: : r.e:' f 1)mill t

t gin ed by said Cuter Griali 4" i a 7 xbcr> i.e: h-'K-by nqturoi'vO pleaJ u> t-e Jc+c.rs- STILL Ie sad, t: pYltis: OO-TV, in t CJr

-ALSO Andrew Jackson. n m temu of the statntr. 7' i:. fr r.* oft*.* C""rt H'Xi>* *M tiaJ
acv ofthe
At the dine and will berScrrd THE w>:ed! anti falHPSP -bl ?dal ED\VARP CHANDLER 3 hr ft..L: ? t eL: : L.TT r.C 1 p

same place, .J.YDJZEir J.fCA'- A-ir-ist 9-Ji. !534.. {52-lraj PuiautT* A:-ocee. 1n'-I tY._ irrj-xm2 tn-'is &' Jar P's of L.Vr$. /arf

fur sale, so tnuci of the Nrt.wesi quarter S4. ; RtJI >end the enjuir 5 + ass inr in me COTP-T r-f L .-'-n i vJ fc- vj-t 3% i.
of KCUMI No. 11, township No. 4. Tin-re No 10, Nand season at TaIlibiS5 { LOOK AT THIS! >&r.Lea< Cicsrl-r Se-cuc:: :. T&TSS On*, Ita--r:. tTtl

t W. as \rij lv sunlit at to satisfy thi! r. \at o"Araw This Siallin is? *!! To, North aJ Ei *., *'-i Conta r..- J A* 37acres. -!:) I

J. B.ttk's t:tea for tbe te ir 1* >4-Tfa<- shwa *- e Ancrlher tra'":* of L.I.VD. r'r.L.i r.r ?',' autr .* r.cnr

and Iyinr a the w..tfrsof rj tpciAari-j lv' :s : aby rm r.cctthfs-yjc: j New Store Bffonroe-sl. 7 arid ni..fEEnurr rfdLs of ars :c* k---- c 4! :i.+ LumpbaD' J
'rtc c r 11s 1'erl:. rr, t.- a ?i"ijfil racer + t
the Loris of Jii c I>ans and Carter Gr .LUicJ 4* '
a C.f lu Pf Li pi r ..e is cor. :Jered :.nr.Ce '- j ;, Ity r IJ It. .r. illr:>rittif tG .1L': .t7A :tlC.
andci mvcd I -, ti.: sAr.. *s J. RaVe.THOS. T3rez Oie, North of rsrrc O*.% V.'est.aif Attc
1 l. WHITE, : .rt. =.lt. tl. LINDEN ER.JE R _.Tee oouce. '.:.; ; of the Sc/itle3t Q.vi ZYn SPsr.

Tit Cdfef': Jacksor. Coatr.Maritta fie f_; JATt'1 : : .r best fxk in the Uaifio T .--. ruv : r-:. -:? ? .-_.- Ci.er. >s. of BJ'.U: j jj Towr7Oae, t>=: :t Tic', 3L** E xAiAL -
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>, 14th :eat 15J4. : f*. A : c -! arJ r>> >..f'.t'c* r.rj-jct f GOODS.
c-f u ? rs.c :* :.r' C.\ts >f okJ Sir Af'ir las
< sss''r.r: 't' D.v G i*, HirJ-.vart-.Ch ni i jd! G 1= O-l.e : .! X! I 'sntlaC :
PROCLAMATIONSecretary CAD WAS oy the hiff'a o-tJ mip.rted rir *. Wtn:> his %% t-?, Ii-.:.*. Gr' i Proves Sa. *. .: ;.. !
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srard-Ja-Ti by ; N IT--- *>i } jrr, Tunp. He : a D treat sdbr
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--ttt strrnsth -,- i : of ? c::..r'rnj co-r.try 11 s--'r:l to this e>uil+ih ..cnt.I j ALcc+: if,: N4 ar.J ". i4.. : .! 4,, T.JAS Mfr: : :: _t it s.adra.a a
'y '.\-fr? -'r.-j to mk* eier.-n to r''psj :; i ,. Std
'T-rj r-i cf hHa'aSe .
? 1a5i'ri : lCREESE
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c::I.3-tt..e' G .a ., c, the Ttrnizryo r.r.. 50? the $ ::> -?. : :: cof o- ail. a'h i jar fvTi* ft !*.; ; .* r :usto= *th f.rT: ran 1'i ."ir.'r Co-.n '-:* Li! :*> (Cnty) eH'r tit get! i -

Floridc.WCe.a3 A ;r <*. and snd .m-fi iA : :f ::. r-'t"- as cann't f\il{ f zi
) S 11 :r.ci t. F = OTfr : :rI cin -.* -j. 1M. r 'l-2w --I i1t:?. {3J+ : ti7 ha'r' eIft: ::.
I Jaen V. WnritruorToiFI utce-d 11k c > irtv of Lea Tf rf f J t .3. ; ;? onA> date T* Self..M j

{ .>rcA u,. : : v AAPMIMSTRATOR'S NOTICE. f CO.V.y/5/J.V.J.VI STOR.WE RUflXEsS. A K V FAUST. A Is.r.. t.. IGaq Y

teenh r drtc ac-i tha".v-f < r. :t spr-rar? '.'r;'. -. >: Am 'J.e Co-r.ty C"r >'j'scT.tr Lsvjro purh-v '
## HARRIS YlCKERS.itx.U..' unr.-T :-cLir >i w._ > : cf Till,.i ':ors '.- : .y ncci.- :-\i by A. C nr- Esor >".- S
the narAer nf "! J.ri '1V fcinios IOTOl JOHN ?ici4: 1OFr:
fs. r rit. by tv w.rr ri F
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-rt f r 5-n:! ; 5 :i.CiS KI < f ns-irjir arch ttit rt day o f s.c rs <;hA ad "t-rzs, tt-i5 .' .aer ?-.'.* i2tcsd
+ Cxt'--n Gx Hi V *
\ r :> r-\v :o *** o >:C1-r._ rr-n t jAJ tno > srchou-e en the .-. : R "e '> "t !
also fcx.ea : t.- tj n'.* tiiai sue i IIo.rj-5 \ ;t c"r? : .4? 14vc; 1.3 jl'.J 3a,
rfjret < ,
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( 1.. Kx* abt c Mx;<>5. Naa se tvsY." T:i r-i.rjrc! >.* 't.IT J j rf e:. 1554. 4- =.'. JAS. M. GILCilRlST.ADMINISTRATOR'S : :.) r ::TEST iili N T ?: ca tz* r-zrs *_ F r.1 la : r 1 1g

t d, : r a rrciri TWO HTNPRED'COLLARS -- 1n- s! aeon-a r-a..a' n rt ,.w'.1.; .+.r.: iinr"rrir> i vrtttiTrw t r> TL < s f AJL. coil, n.-- .- .-* T* --
f-i: rr.v-rLarf's.i 6Iii. NOTICE. !
\V. C. MILLER.Atirii
12 85V jili 1C. tht M*>3-:e Di :ri : cf "* AT the nrxt Jiccs-v t'*-i oi t1Cosnty 21. l34. (2-tf.) P C T F r;-- ?-. *-rises 'c.

The arcu<*u .s a c a 'aix..: : *cy-toN y: -* cV '*-C'L prwth -

rC :: ,1 'w': .c S.r Cat.wtr' :. T' &C. i 'Se s::,: Ctf .': tilr Cit1e- J1tEr.. E q. T ilix.xs3Or.HICLM au! : -; '. .. aQ Iknds R
hen iliac i fc*: i ri.. Cei :; i tle : .; : c --.o >' -. ?- r* r -..- r: :--. I
3: :: 1'e ;r sr T TICF.. Charleston.
.-. Ci:iow CC7: :!. T. t 'x N v. air ? =>- >
| < A.nr..3ra'o zti: :.n of ir.e estate u! THO--U* S.
Given uac rr i.-.v tiii it T w i isr. th.s Si -\ i NOTICE.
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cf Ser,i g
1.' t "JOSEPH McBRIDE. A LL f-cr ras c-.w-- -n. w ., ix j r>xkf. :Hat ? } 1 r :.i '
J-rlOr. Tu. .tiI: his i4a< rt J.3r ti **"-i in the o I e *
1' ct ct, r ot. 134 irt l ? 4. tr
t-.t Cik cf the *?u.ror Cour: of L". n ccxin v. ffo r

HOLTS HurES L. tt :It7, yas 'f' T 'c ce : :' ; pce' (:hcf -:' t t.

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Ct:;% 9 t::;:: Tti byJ : l.\e Thj.iiis'H .r. byi

t3t T,1rr' Tcj1rr 0' l SP- t i' deed l-ecr-vc cjt? September, } ?& :o cure Tvnrt ZDP
e: (Y.Le ::i. 'r aS.4: :i I.:1'tw: "
: tf dct-t dscto *E. .
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/, Srrt'. 11 ttr5j: iaL t: 5:34; r. b EDWARD CHANDLER, 1 i.r 4R ODE aj>i 50!'; -L- !- vie t i 1)t 1R

Lr.er rr J ePn'p:e: r LaCiexLeL L f'I
1fc i ?' 'T C Ilentoc
4 VCTION sLF? T ? -.->- : -. :- ? : .-.-,. CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. } ti t ,

G.: w C: C.ceh ; Ae 3 ..i *.f T .. _.*** f. ; .o .-- : -. -r- Tallahassee[ Au'.. loth, 1S34. ) Jf T its. s -c ah1M13ezf
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T III: al5oatl'.zc t'? icnin: ti cs =ac G.r...x- :eo-wstr.. ROBERT J. HACKLEV. *;.-:. sjr* "i" Su *>: > ;- c.- :V .-y :h-e B--. D J U" B;*

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Pnrae Pirlr crtrs e ra 1 [ i-li] L. A. THOVP5ON, Can:- r. t-1 -.RlL ,+ =r-5-j- -ri-z >\bcluflenea' b.A

/. The Pr>'rn tor. r :arr.* his :-erf iic'cz rr VSF ?:IANI' lVDr R-r'+_i IFLAN I'- .

J. P. FEf c-. PT/ .' o t Pstri: :, r;' Y: FRESH TONIC 3111i'CiIE. 4:: F *' -- r Wl: ; >****'_ ajjjw by the name t

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HOURS FOR MEAL art off.L? :teL'31.' T : Ii rd .t: ts'sa. .ri :-. *: .*, t.3 5a' r" i"L L1L tienaiC
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FLORIDA L. L\ D FOR S.1LE.TJE tTnpt va- ..f D r;-< >;i ir.d Lircrp'iir.tA. la o' 'cr tj 'i ter---- :k act : let knoaa9w
p.rer : iv. frr. =
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uaJersi-iftj hav *hiv'i c-f GearAt : P.--t? :? ry i-.o n;!--,Ja-frc
pur i.:Ach, sKluJxa-ny, irr.utbiLty, dixar tai"asc ir.i. ? 1: ty .t'.rJ3 tiil :=.:.is.a. ?[S: ltd*)*
the to* ni jf.of hrV :r. P r ja.rrtr.- irrOtitb csrrv 'VKvr
ted to him by the Ccnrrcis of the t lei 5 ate>,. "ei ; crt it irrr'jti'-.tv :::--'*\; *%J
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the! sane fat sz:+, : E. 3. PZREINS.C Rs-vasd .2: v >: a raL I $-::-i u> MrELcr.j5 Tif O stui I
tiiir:t, fetiJ breath, nao t v veakts o: :b-t st'VTrjj-c <3. : irjSfc r* *' :.,-zj tears u
This Land is sitcated in the iromcatate nelrKbcarhjxxi 14" l r t 2 i-nrit bott.e 5 t crn or is 21 "r-e tsu 2:1tii't
rxJ erurtition r
?. pvx'jntitioo, of T.tL.isre s.&*. is oe'iered tr fert.lity or to ACT r
'I t of the fuse, : r ecr: on the stccvars after rt,! ..i \ i :-* -on*
sod, and IjK-ai .dra.-.u.re, to i>: cvare vala-- ttaatny > OSUMPT1ON ItIrmi; :. ::c: silto:! :? ''
j t ain in tit* teaJ, tf rri wsr -rt-ro : cJ.:3ofr1 T rtrs r> cc r> i c a 2* i

oth-r 'arvJ in t-.c tera0r':. ,3t!. Attir.ctc w:': ti.t !%:c o; tr.ao.yt a r ..aw.rin :T: .7:5-: :.t .1iFfri _f ;9;' rlxlie tae oaF"r
Tk c a;: ce r :.art of tL! tntTshit ri tae toy e'1'.T.ttlt CLP.ED.DE rsti1J. A:. p rs.> :Lert5ire.ahc'w: Y

city of T Uaha: a'*. frci ukich pvnt totE.t shipjxs: ; : warn eSr: ciulLnfj*, i ur. c: LA 3IoaLP..t1'COLC'sEIs VLGL1ELL T :cY 'n-'t j f,-'c! b* cautious cf c--r-_ -F Curl
sir : z .iir.or.. p>iia aj arta.ksej* i*. tl.e la kii T : 11'.1 03 aaat
port 'e it: M .- Ui eiS..I S; rneverr S: v.- r a
[ !!r sr, : sl *p, cold feet iod Lirxi*. tncsor.ur.e .
a rail ro&d is in oaunr-iaiioo id be r;ide, :n a. short: .iir < tie thr&it t'rvv vale ., E: B: PERKINS S-It AJ ._ Itt,?: w. *"r4 wry i-wi : become
1 ..u : < 43 ca uzh, : la Lve sj; o ?t T. .c rsa-c-y ever \ L cyr: rso frficureof S; :;r i .; .'as a- to
1 breast & Cw ti.t n1 -i...-
t':+.r J t'tr ='t- .tlttlnl
The navicatior. ot the S:. Mirks mer has tx;! ,' Tts iioTe riL'tl4tJe1d: to frcx:: iV tx>:i5 :'.rI1Ter ?!Jai!! [! R-.L eta: : t tv 1:4 r :f4i l'-i.' Q'.riT .3 :- =':'- Zs-: B i.i L ( tCOmt l'0 lcs T
ready improved, to a pwnt -w.iiaa sir ta-Ie< of thSouheiitem r MEDICINE. : RGE RY, ic.-D> IF. W
are] aun in Dr vCn *ri Prtpa-ed cy J. BO YD, PisJidpLii: It rr = : y : V (l-s'Zri+:t fI'.rya as directdwbi
otion for part of the t >wnsh-.p: wh.ch v U arl JCivi sJrF:hC2, Ap#>ptiy.! Jcc. cfOTtiin* totfcrlirsate, LaS { c:2; ) s the d : 'itTt cTtS SZtL.r:1: L) C ICc CiIj:- S ilf _1.i Lihii respectfully iio jsjs :.t.sc.f K _sa .ors tt .. ._ c...

a cheap" i.vi certain trissportatioc cfpxodoor. its, AT1?, sex, and :lUtdt:0: nit faueut.Prepared i.*:i;, repairs u-e Aj.-r<:::e.u: : j.-CTe> lit Srnr. etc. T: i' t 115C..tV.. ii i. Jri aait* iiJVili :: ::_,:-'- it will cie J

> by J. P. PETER M. D 1i rie Bi.l cf D-Ir. i> a;oft J ,
: : rs 25 e toctle cf the Hn.itixin
Thb land will be sold in :te .fire
parcels to rut those wsh c v--Ic
tv D.ct
Investor aad's.!< pr>pneto-r. e.-ic, r-xctir.; out ia a .T>-->t const:.ru as niin-xr rcroeny >: TJ 5 :L z =i52-r* c; I i t'hi: ''s ainWleetz
ing to purchase, oa a credt froca Sve t cirit .ec. A-V; bv Pr/Cri rt rs
J i.y
yea f dtW
Tsrxis'1-N :." arses 3d. the > n the.ojTcriit : = T+-r TI j $ tt
4eror : r : ;e ai rnptosa sir s of trie cs at reaaooable prices-those wisluii_ to parehase. w.i; d ic!xi re'ative' to the ettraordo. ry Ccesorr- d :'p3. '..:: :: :.artci.rZ : ... ..: t LOOK s '_ 9r parts aA Sec 11
} Cake anpiidlica to cither of the cod rsirt cd AT THIS! !
> tUcfiof
4 l yw?:f these ceduir.es; but the fixlows*a'e' ; tip-- 1_ : ::, ; r-_ .:.er tT.h .irT tit' :::u tcSes j-
5u'C.tnr Nit; fy tLe: ui&is cf the e' : toI =Lt :? E

t I HECTOR WILLIAM W P.BRADEN CRAIG. Fri::; Dr. Jinwf3, .i i iw t" :ita ltr.uui Cap,a n o .s? 1r L:; f ?? : ::d w: psi-- r' mac the;: Hi..- ? fit a>J sij;k, can tariiTii : -J'f r''I" rrs.rr lie fLO+: tii 1

{ Fa-sf7 : r :i.:+ :it p.'JYrfrp *o cr pu jic_ tr;
T a. ahlacr, Nortta. ; 4.33. 5tf Plrrirr'i. tiEfr : ore o**
::: cest pTr- UeLneri-y e i jliir ;t ttcj cs

ZJ'TheSrrzwb Gee si, Cketstrt .w! rtrj.1tut. 7't Lea it ns$ f+tn.-Thts is to crury, that I 'x: .' the reach of ill rtrsoDi.DF. At4. : tl, 134. ['-tfi PETER ROBINSON.STORAGE' t

CsuthtkrtW ;sail ra i7tcsrdo M1:1 e. bate witnessed the erratics of P.-. Pcttrs.trebeila CHAPMAN'S Anti-DrF aPtic Pill:. :E 1.1T{ e.74.... 7L.._ rT 1r rF.LZLa

silk, Geocria; Rscka4trd Es.1rirtrtM aaf, F.akL h S'. secLkr it Htf-fiifjf in amt-:ref very ct ata :! T. PJs hare b-t X. C. wit! tilt for ittnud for *
; publish 3.VC et, weds ax a E F:. ?E KIN. Dac+: T
i Dr i Ltier-af w3'3
theft a co-nt< to this oSce. rrftiti ar 'trr'rs, i; ki stirri.c t4)L'lr e GCT JSrr TN addition 10 his old ware-house the ccstmt
Y I wtc! L'! 5t Tral t15 t311: tl'.e tyrf if rt5 of LSC ft,, .i >y ether rrd< 1 -
r TAREHOL"sI: \Nl COMMISSION BL'SI- and its ifftcis were truly astoci-oin. I Have no c.e-t :! >. in 1. t L'C. 'rli. te'jii" ter rive izw.-c. -. 50 Stt5 i :.er L 1 ;ti i rl''T :-c 1 S; t:1 p- :,...Il REMEDY RHEUMATISM. toa
DV ; :a' FOR
:orrecva sjic
cot toe
, I NESS, AT APALCHICOLA, ELOR1DAsabicnbers t9 d'ii.-inr is tie r o t Ti'S4e ; 'f f L 7JD to of c reiuc :. rsi-r vheappettr.e.rrooves x:5. and drat

T..e ta jti* associate*! *Ci
t aJer the stile and" ira of FORD k HR DIN, niy ksow'edfe. JAMES EWELL, M. D. tK:1! 0.rzretr ?. Ilf31-1C::. trw ::1a: L: e Le=.':, ; : fr ? t31.U T. aau | cit- ri c d uc.- -a, ..ch b

purpose tTMisactuic' a Grmml IF.iJJE HOUSE ad WTftes Countv Gex+. Jao. 1534. : lye rrany ocher trfrvc5 adVctx-r.s. They c su n a1 AND ? ToN 1C MIXTURE. rte ell
CO 'JISS10.1' Baiaaa ct .Ip4iaCltrix._ II3T1r The u cersa'id un bar ;ctrl naoy to the sntr : Mercury, r cr do t-.tr sicken the sccciach, tiy are ac RO : i <. rfx: izfi o*>car c4 A cxrc Ccy :tC a.: is G

nttWsuitable arracyemiais with several vsseis tx* e: : cF of Dr.Peers : :edcilu Soasai; et Iie ..!d arxJ safcatharoc : there is so reor ?.* ',.,:*: m Llc: curt for the ?<-ir iJ p ': jco i of 5i# ctras j jcii 1-zPs u trial e.cl -

the meet fnesijvrfii of Cotton, &c. tuber to New pi4n the care of Drst.1' arr. Lircr. C xai+!tu s dnnk :!r eif-otsure a, wet or cite while: '- icBiU Aytcle: i>f rtWESTCOIT all, tDR.psrpcBs:: tx w 5e Sit* t=re i nir

,, fork or New Orleans; &ad havia* ftcililin it al! ) iron persuxul eTperieacr. WM. G. JOHNSON.L i-f directic-ts nil aeoxcpLLny e-ih bci of Pi%=, I a htaut, JEBB'5 CELF.BKATEDev LNi31E.1 in

times wi him their laver to ouLecpoo rfaloscl.'e arasices I r. Ps Mcd,ciBStoiurh.c. Hepatis are 'pat up J w1'h will fuliy: eiplaia their cRS, F.xi.i jkw *ci3>ir r isJ of the

prvdLWRT.eiitOwerrc.treandc..ai11-etatr.2 i = in parcels -wi b f-ill dirrctscss for usurr. Frvn one j jW Pr:.+ e ioaa nrtilaz ui :Leer F's i I :aav 31-t :' eirn-cs-t. fcir? nrcxiTrjfc fbL.: *?". iri = L

they wo!i Ito respe Tti'-Jy tender their Krnces and solicit I thr%< jtinre's wiU! l< D-cessary to rtn rtit t! a ciire. ..ta. r ttt prprtur tJ. FrhFD.dters : -ny arc-s! Ro:cI c-: I rtn iIt_ 4 TZa :sSt3 aJa

a liberal parro-iaje in the above tine of b-iiiness, The price is Jk3 a pL-aL :. t _tie fl ftlrazr &ri tt d's Toaic Mne" -i Tcrn: >: .a &aa' ar sx.a rbitren.. .

? their rased&nd infiritxal attcnuoa to all A Tcat q'tantJty of the TlT* Trr mluab-i* prrparatis : .'-.rrr A fresh s iuy has :beia ixtJTtd.:! asd for sea 3f Floosa, Eistcra :vut cf Alaharii.: rT&. i

c 1.Mwed to dices, either fx sole or otLer- > K, will c>e kept constantly oil nib by : ry ippoi&ucez: by K. B. PERKINS. Wcitirr uin cf I.t-xc aor ho :?t1.. C e- .-t '" :'i Gt t..e I

irtse. Z L B. PER KINS, TAlah3.sw1io "TilLiUfste! N ?5o 15 1 ae aLdI cCLt's! kl who ire iKe K funi3to ':., rt: tts_ ts+t aa.:

Their Ware Houses oad Clas Stores are ncr.o \\ is a itKvis i to dist- < of th m. ethr at Loe- | t a< u T r-.iT apr'.y to tVr= ca 'r; sssri a zae-::. Ll\LtL'\1'- C-t3'tC'Fnl
-erg a tboroojh rrpitr, wil be fcrje alai cixsa i;aaas, sale or rr tail!, on as reasrxiib!* terms rs they caa t< [ : : fsi 3: ; z3 Bea Rope and Tt.rae.RERR I neurhV:a.e:> is ler. .=:a i i t tee ;:c- ::: fr c "! if V

-tltlated in a des-raUie put of tee un, and as ex obLaiceti of the Dropriet.>r. Also! by i: STURGES OFFER FOR SALE. f "JNO R.RU\VAND.tc= !: iii: 1i ITLR !

amp:&xxn the daajers of to as cthcx Locse of Ikc:s. Hoi3ft5 & WIIJJAM'S, CaabeHtoo, & t Fr t'e ease
any a J tfd/f < SACKS Liverpool Ground Salt b aeIhii: O. ? ta2::ro 1' .ci ltilx
tant'st' character, on the Point. Air. UAUSLET, Drurist, Ap vLtchkoa. 19 IP I? order f is th ta: 0': tfr1CG. eTYLt ,'rlrtt i ,t aa1

WM. P. FORD, Cult cf Aensu, Ga.) JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS.Th IX 42ir.ch; Dundee THE Jeca! representatives o:" Lausu* Ara- n-1 'bex hie' c i rs:3t 1.1= Sees t4 elr$
EDWD. J. HARDIN ( ? < Mijwir* arc few *oorr the rriany Fersoas thathrc pieces ; Id
AplKJikox) 100 i3s BiJe ,and ai! others concerned as1l is Otr"e t1t!l'4.7 ttE ta tXtS!
betn either cured Rope: please
PEFF.REXCE&-tarot 4.alsisr Smeifl eciirely or credtly beneited take notice that I ala bra :e r.iri :.rr s i r aa.l is tar apt
6 have rued 1 1as
1 within the has; twelve a atLs, by the tus'of Dr. Pe 250 lox best Ecy h Baking Twi tiithe Clerk of the w. i 4
Ma J. S. C-'i ice iud it
*, a, Prrry, 4- C.. T. 4.V.Jki. Superior Court fcr Leoa tas.-rIUS tTrrs er rrsr+':Y
Ertu $ Cs., WLlituk Gruarr !, G--Coltxhti.. ters* Medkiox Sto=u.cllcs el liepaucs vithia the Taiahie! Arrg.i5J, 1S54. [2d] of Ftr/f1a Cocntr, Middx DKUKI dp't s ar'.ai sslra ttor+.i f:. rtawrcti it tale beer .

&,gsrt k L t a4 JIaiu.a 4&a,JaIa R. strtecfGeorui. a pefaikia tbr the diva of a nrrtaia aati a i c tee a : t : !r },ttctn
Mrs. Aboer Hicks r W2kicsoo. FOR 111 Tract of Lao j nithivru Houses ate
PfLia. SALE tbereoa sstusied 1, srt ial2T is r.1. to JiA'YSe c .a u z

J E.B" Crtfftry, Rj+g ar1 & Haxtiara.--N. Orleans. Mrs. Cept.Jazaes WiUis, do. D PIECES of DCNDEE BAGGING_I 1u oa the St. Marks river, at RLX-ihaven in the said i.'lydiir. hl7fY : Ct''S'i 1 i'R .!.

Si J.U 4- Lrc J, r. W.rifeCMode e. Col. Wm. F. Bared, da. > UM yard.-Aid ig T D COILS BALE ROPE s of county of Leon, omutain; aboal 560 acres os St is ru szca .r tp..tard

A e. 17. 1SSS._ Ito Wayne W. ErlaaAs, Esq. Laorecs.Bryan best qs ity, are daur ea-perted by tae Sabscnber, Land-- which bed was catered ia the tame c/ Rrs,c'es..t t4 r : vie'or.T srms'
ADeo. Esq. ,, do.CoL Lariaoi Arn rnerosie to ter11' T F0aFa
per Bnr Tallahxss tead and H. W. Drawee anti that x tlr
0CTOQ31YIW 3 i RANDOLPH hare ;
John W.
as.aotaated Morgan.Sanlord J
B Planters and a1.tr u t7a
Merclaats be a nil
can scppued the be made at the of
chew hes U the practice of Dttdiciaepabbc Chapman Jones ca next tena the
ad .$ their susices Esq. most acforret, iat-rg terms, parable ia Cocxca, Ac Superior Court for LCUQ stir the strcrt au Cea't'Ytt II:1, Paar.a.a.i frY '
ct profasiaatal to the OC- Alexander Imn, Esq. tiYashir, ,c, coaaty, appoict- t, :%43'
I &e bc: ecn tit Plash's Iiotd JOHN 13L 1R FE.WT. tit ofexxncussBC'ersio make said a.vi.
sad lf abext r 2ts Ca1.Geo.G.3latw Gtr, 3d St. r on. Ii Ii P5sXlN> 1
M24Sep:. ya, I631, JaneIn,1531 %t 'w H 1ti.BBAfEN, .