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 11, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Col. :'f- -- .. . ., AGRICULTURAt.
to announce >
,\" autborised PROPOSALS for carry MJjtk Mtils of the U ui. otherwise. Where the advertisement does not j:0: I V
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WHITE M a Candidate to for four ytaw"from BUILDERS. t
108. M. January 1st, the mode, the Mail may be carried horseback From the Boston I
of Florida in the 24th 1835, to December. Slat, 183$, .fi the following Poet I in a sulkey. or Evening Gazette. ,
't. the Territory Routes in the Territory Fknta, *ill be received atibis 7th. This advertisement V is THE !EST Y of the Episcopal Church of St. AN ARTICLE OF LUXURY. :
V el f the United States. office until the 20th day otQ tolfer inclusive drawn up for all the Johns Parish being about to erect a Church in the :
nest : routes in reference to the manner of South Boston Steam Etc
carrying the Mail, City t Tallahassee, are desirous obtain JIill.-AwQng
3AI'the contracts
antboriz.ed to announce Colonel No. 2471. From Saint MtvsbyPrink's and Jack which is designed to continue for four I for the the
years: yet proposals of the work. improaements which
many 'are
$SDE.'i, a candidate to rcpieseni tci I sonrille; to St. Augustine, SSTaxSks. and back, twice a for improvements, or to correct inadvertant They will receive either for the being'V
whole i
introduced for the
the thConerew of the United : week. Fernandina to be icjmlied omissions will! be pleasure and comfort of our
regularly once a duly considered. work for thei1e1iver' V
.Jforidain} or of the Lumber
Brick andmaterials
.Tu 27'h '33. fi'JTnonnccMaj. week from Saint Mary's, 9 taues; Mandarin once a 8th. The best form for proposal is, arid for the Bricklayers' and Carpenters'work 'peculiarly favored' citizens, ve know noneo

anthorited to WILLIAMindidate week, and Pablo once in two.weeks by cross routes. I will convey' the Mail, agreeably to advertisement ,, each separately. full of promise to the epicure as the esfa V V

wy'rT are s.< to represent the tern.iFlortdatln Lent Saint Jfary'j tvery WtSntsday nd Saturday at on route No. from to for the A plan of the building and all other necessary information I blishment of the Steam Rice, Mill, atSouth
United 4 a. m. .1rri at www day 6 m. yearly compensation of Dollars." .
the 2.tLh Confess of the y p. cih be had on application to the undersigned Boston V
p July !7th 1833. SOtf Leave Jacksonville every Thortdty and Sunday
B. a. m. Jrrtrf rf St. wgu.-3M' rent dayt by 6 p. ru. of it, and be careful to seal the Proposals, rfnd direct PROPOSAFS for Contracts must be handed: in in operation (a few months since) the p- H
E authoriscd to nnnounce Leave St. Jlugustinc every Tuesday and Saturday at i t.'a To the Post Office Department," with the endorsement on or before the 15th October next. tent rice machines of Messrs Strong and'
1jtr.fLL as a eanditRte to represent 5 a. m. .Arrive Jacksonville Kant days by C p.m. Proposals The residence of the I ..
;of FifJrid,, in the 2lt1' ongrl''s of the Uni1833 Leave JacktonvtUe every Wtctntt&rg and Sunday at 4 must be stated-and if not a Contractor bidder THOMAS ESTON RANDOLPH \ C om. Moody, of Northamton, with the exclusive .
? recommendations -
5tf a. m. Arrive at St. Mary's tone 4 iy by 6 p. m. are required.9th. Tallahassee LESLIE A. THOMPSON 5 ,: privale'ge of using them in Boston.-He likewise

2472. From Tallanasaee by Lake Laura, Lipona, The Contractor must be his own judge of the Sept. 13,1831.-5-tfD commenced importing rice from the South V f'

THOMAS ALTZELL, Waukeenah, San Pedro, Ddta, ad Spring Grove to distances, ai no increased pay can be allowed for any R. WADDEL'S Office and residence are both : i in itfort* rough state, or with its utcr hull on, 1

11 ASD COUNSELLOR AT LAW) Micanopy, 162 miles and back, once. in two weeks. difference when the places are truly named. removed to the lanre building betwixt Mr. Brad. I the purpose ofprepering it for the V of
ttONtf Practice in the Court of Leave Tallahassee every etKtr SWidoy, 'ppAs -
ILL continue to Court at Tallahassee, and .rrive at flRcanopy the XCa* Ttandery by 7 p. m. a trip, or for repealed failures to arrive in time, or by his extensive and ingenious ma .i

Ii noo Counties Superior of Gadsden anti Jackson, Leave JSicanopy every Other If'nfiKit/oy, at 6 a. '\.- for disobeying any instruction of the Department. LAND FOR SALE. chines. Tne advantages accruing from this V

tie ,4oInIfl: Bay.,1Isjc The next wiarnin-f; after t\e-mii of the Mail from lllh. Should any person refuse a Contract at his T HE subscriber offers for sa'e his plantation, consisting procedure will be apparent to all who are la. V j
'.Ullc'AppalftChiCAkL JruksonriUe-.drrint at TaUfh*** the next Saturday accepted bid, he shall forfeit all other Contracts he of 320 acres. The Land lies well-has millar with the of :
;Jull 25th,1834. r 1.6J J_ _ by C p. m. may have and be held responsible for the damages. good water, and has proved as healthy as any place in process putting up rice in th* V .

'.88.1\; R WHITE. N. B. This Route will cewaitnce operation on the 12th. No Contract nor bid can be transferred without Jti rson county. There! Is about ore hundred acres Southern States. With the outer hull on it, itwill V

LIj L.UIn the Courts of Mid- 1st Monday in January, 1835. the written consent of the Postmaster General dewed and under good fence. If any person should : retain its primitive freshness twenty years V

LL PUCTICE.larkso County and the Court 2473. From Jacksonville by Whitcsville, to Mica- first had ; and any such assignment without this, may wish to purchase he may call on the subscriber and but when in the state it is sent to us, it is sub V
j die Florida, nopy, SO miles and back, once ia two weeks. Seminole forfeit the contract or bid. examine the land-It is situated between the Monti-
ject in
pe.1t. to- OFFICE, 'Vallahassec.148ti. Agency to be supplied regularly! each trip by a 13th. If a Contractor nny Agent shall ran mit irn I.I'Cf.I 1\ and Edwards' road. Terms-Cash, or Negroes particularly warm weather, to weevil V

. )Jty 1 1 S 4. [ .] cross route from Micanopy, 20 miles and back. telligeiice by express more rapidly than the Mail, tUr I lit"d. fair price.Sept. and other inserts. The mode of cleaning .V

{1. Aa m :a;! !L,!) Leave Jacksonville every ether Monday alGa. m.- Contract shall be forre-ted ; and when a Stage is run MARMADUKE SKIPPER. adopted by Mr. Prince i is entirely different V

1.I.. ,AUl B Arrive at .\1 anopy the next Tuesday by 6 p. m. on a Mail Route more rapidly or more frequently __ 9th 1834. [6-tf] from that in common use. The grain i is
(cOrNSELLOR AND i \ATTORNEY LAW,) Leave Jtficanojnf every other Friday at 6 a. TIThe than is contracted for, the Mail must be carried; in the whole kept. | V
COTTON! quite another
COTTON advantage of
prlu.ticc in the Court of Appeals ;-The next morning after the arrival of the Mail from Talla- most frequent and uiost rapid conveyancevithput : no small account f

'91 vILL Cl'urts of Loon: Gadsden, and Jock.in ha*.'er'l, irt at Jacksonville the next day by 6 p. m. additional charge. THE SulKcril has made arranj' l'mf"ntfi1T the as when broken loses roich of in natural .

Ii Territory of Florida ; and in the Superior N. B. This route will commence operation on the 14th.SThe a Route is discontinued nr curtailed, purpose of advancing on the above article.-If any : flavor. The bran or tmdcr coat of tha 4 1

J tOf the 11111:11\5: i K Dccatur counties, of the South 1st Monday in January, 183: one month's extra pay will be allowed! on the amount oftlie Planters are desirous shipping to"'h.Ct.t rl.ton ,.'. ,: g rain, furnishes excellent* food for horses
I ; 01'1 lie Sialcof; c;f' ..rg'a. Residence. 2174. From Pcnsactla to Blakcly, 50 miles and deducted.13th. Market, they nrc particularly requested to calf | *
y I ;ivd : :\11' cmlll'r 2ol.1 1:0,3". I IjohN Jtf back, twice a \\"cclin stages. Where a Contractor on a Stage Ronte is su- on the under i iirned. who is now readsto- .! advancv cow, hogs, sheep and fJltty-and t"e outer .

jgalg3If.: Leave Pensacola every Tuesday and Satur&lay at 7 perccded by an underbidder, he) must pmch:1sc such of three-fourth of the valuation. I. hull, which is of a yellowish cast answers well

J. ADAMS rt. tn. Amre at lilakely: same day by 6 p. '. Leave the Sta c horses and property maybe needed for the References R. H. BCRRY. I for packing: glass, crockery, bottles fruit, and ((1| '-{

. t.1TrOll.V .IT L.lW! ,) Dtakely every If'cdnesdvy and Saturday at 7 a. m. Arrive service, at a fair valirition: to be paid by reasonable Mai. Ben. Chaircs ) T d 11 a I m..st.'C.r.apL [ we coincide with Mr Prince in" the opinion j |
i instalments if L. A. Thompson. Ksq;; S I ,
at Pensacolu C ; they disagree on point each
same days by m. any mustchoose f
Bn p.
iBtfiSrrnir'1' 111 duim'V tn AppaJac1kiec'itI r.He that it valuable stock for
who J. N. Patrirl e, MiCacrHkee.: may prove coarso
From person, third ; f
r"t' 'rl lU0"11 the Courts held! at lllc 2475. Tallahassee by Lake Laura LiponaVaukeenah may appoint a to decide, ;
ull 01 the Pastmaster Genoa! will Capt. Daniel Bird, Jefferson County.Tallahassee. i I paper.re can from experience and do *
IB "uitl M( irunna ; and the annual term \ San Pedro Rosetcr's Fc.rry, Mineral appoint the umpire : I. most ]
Bi\.n CIurl!Q.lll11n'tiC .\Plea! !.. at nllahas.se. Letters adA Springs and Law's Store, to Alligator, 1C7 miles and If the underbidder fail to comply, his bid will be of- I Sept. I 13: 1531. 4uADMINISTRATORS earnestly recommend bofb the plain and ground *'

i L. Ho hllll,pll"r )1lil9 will ho attended to. back once 'in two weeks. fered to the present Contractor ; but if he refuse it, NOTICE.ALL rice of this establishment to house keepers
of the
proposal underbidder
Leave Tallahassee other Monday at C a. m. will be accepted un-
- ,rJrum'fth: Jlt {2Gf: ) Arrive 'llli.rrator. every the next Friday by S a. m. conditi"nally.i PERSONS having claims against tho
j.d CARD.BLMLIN Leave .1Jlli alor every ether Tuesday at 4 p. tn., fmmr- The Contracts to be made by this advertisement, of Samuel Maultsby, deceased. late of Leon GVmtv. I( i it will never be exchanged for that imported,

V. SNEL"L.T4)R."lr diately after the arrival of the mail from Jacksonville.Irrive I shall commence on the first January next, and continue I i.i are requested: to present them duly anthemirnn-i, I which is generally broken and very carelesslyput
..1 at Tallahassee- nc.vt Saturday by C '. f four years. 'I I. within the time prescribed by law, or tl'f>*..will! W ,
p. casks and Iq.ses
forever burred. All indebted sa'H I ap in most ')fits nutritious I
T.'l LLA Il.1SSF.F. The time for persons to estate I
.. .IT .W, N. U. This route will commence operation on the receiving bids expires on the 20th of j I!
t .1Ilauoitd: { IJLj.iI1eSS nfided '.o )him with) Indus- Monday: in January, 1833.217C. : October next. Decisions on bids will be made knownon are requested lu make immediate pnvmrn. qualities before is used! 4

it Juncul.llit. Ic. 21st. 19tf From Jacksonville to Alligator, 73 miles and the 31&1 day of the same month.V. P. F. COLE\l.AN,.Abnr.Tal1ahawe. The following receipts for the various methods .
I. H'rtnr.atmS r I I .U 1US and AS. D 'Y EST back, once in two weeks. .. \ T. BARRY, Poitmasler General. Sept. ;- w of using rice flour mil we think be J
. 'ITT IL Csqiirporting' Leave Jacksonville evciy other Monday! at G am. Post Office Department July 10, 1831. [j1.9w1By : NOTIfM-I.! appreciated -
.. by our fair( readers, who are ever willing -
Arrive; at Alligator tire next day by 4 p. tn. the persons having any demands nir-'inst: thc es-
President of the United Stales. ALL h to gather facts in tie peculiar .
Intelligence. sphere of l$
Leave Alligator every other Friday at 8 a. m., I of J.'o. Nonnis deceased am n-p/u-stcti tc, '
immediately after the arrival t>f the ,nailfrom.'J'alJahasscc.1.rrive i N dent pursuance of the United of law,-I, ANDREW JACKSON! Presi- I present them within the time prrsrri'' by liw, orthey their duty: |j
totes of America, do hereby( will be barred. All in' .-',tc'l t.> said: c<;-
Jacksonville To mnke
at the next day by I persons Rid Bread.Boil
declare mid make known that public sales will be heldat I tate to make iin'ne.liite Loaf a pLt f,
are regucstcd :
(; p. m.X. the following Land Offices nivjnfnr.ar of rice soft and add of
in the Territory J Florida WILLIS ALSTON, Adm'r. a pint leaven then }|?
B. This Route will commence operation on the at the periods designated for the sale of thc three of flotr
the it
un I to rise in
Moud.ty in January, 1835. dermentioned lands, to wit : Anznst! 30th, 1 n I. [3-8xv..1] __ _ V quarts pnt a tin V
2177. From Chattahoochcc Mananna NOTICE. or earthen vessel, un.il l it has risen sufficientV
Q.uincy by At the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE the .
WeWiville and Oaky Hill, to Holmes' Valley 89 Monday! in December next, for the disposal, on of thc public I lie sold }before the Court IIonfMlonr} at the| i j j Ily divide it into three parts then bake it as V

miles and luck twice week in two horo stages lands within the undermentioned townships and WILL of Quincy on Thnrsd.iv: 30th O--t..orr. :;!: other bread and you will have three large f

Aspala ji to be supplied regularly by a cross Route fractional townships, to wit: next. The East half of the South Eact fltnrl'I' of I i I |loaves. I 4

twice a vcck from Chattahoochco and Ochccsec, oncea North of the base line, and West of the meridian. Section I 19 Township two Ranire: four North and]} i I! To make ;
.1 I week from Aspalaga: 14 miles and back. Township 1,of range 5. West, containing,; 79 and 100-41 ncros. For hit- I I Journny or Johnry Cake.-To V

\\ULLmiSSEE RICES.J'V'FC 1. Leave Qnincy every Monday! and Friday at 11 Townships 1 and 2, of range 8. I benefit of the hrirs and exemtors!' of Jnlm Collinsdeceased. '! three spoonfuls of scft boiled rice, add a small ,

.I ) \ C'LTTn, FOIl 1334.: : I a. m. Arrive at Holmes1 Valley next days by S Townships 1 and 2, of range: 'J, 10, U, 12, 13 & 14. i J.VO UODINSOX. nimtr.Uor. I i t M-cup of water or nilk, then add six spoonfuls ::4

I ILL* 'muitnc till UR: third Ioni1av! [I l-ithj J inlcciiil !I p. tn. Leave Holmes' Valley every Wednesday Township I, of range 15. Auust.30tllIS3-t.! [3tf.lNOTICE.] I of the flour, which will make a large Jour- V?
) :. T nt XI', and continue six days. I. and Salurkay at .a. 75. Arrive at Quincy next Township I. of range 1 16. ---j 1 ney Cake or. six 1% fi1cs. : i :<
Flk-T IIH-MOVDAT* 3. Township 1, of range 28.
i ijJ.1 days by p. m. -N Fractional IX months after datcI, I will apply f' the !1t'I1Mt-1( To male Rice Gates.-Take a pint of soft
\t.1"\\t'rp:<.ukcs, I l''r thnc yc-irs'tld-,- thrrc mile :Asp.alaa to be supplied every Tuesday and Saturday township 1, and township, ofraujrc 29. if
|j, \\ cutr JIICC, li. 1'. tv close on the 3Uth Scjv and bchtesec every Tucs lay. Townships 1, 2.4. and 5, of range 30. -_ blc Judire of the County Court of( ,.- boiled rico, a half lint of milk or water, to 4.

,r next.: 2173. From PcusacoU: by Alaqua Lchoe Valley Townships 2, 3, 4, and 5, of range 31. ty, f for a discharge from thc"Adininistmlor-.hip of the (i which j adJ twelve spoonfuls of the flour-di- '
of Sarah Mashborn dereased.!
estate I4
1 I
HC"J 1>\T-1fr.D.\T. and Vall.mibrosa, to Holmes Valley, 115 miles and! North of the base line, and East, of meridian. ; it '
JOSHUA SHEPARD. vGaclsilen inlo small cakes and bake them in
!Post! J\\; {tI'\I.-: :;', free for :any horse in the UrnI:, j back] twice a week, in two horse sta es. The Con- Township! 2, of range)3. aj
Ie k5utc! a-rci.iilv! I" lic I ridrof! the '. % : ; ""';c I! trictur may select the road and supply the intermediate Townships 1 and 2, of range 14. county, .Tune 2., 1Sa.: 4'-H .:] _. j brick oven. .- .? _._ %

'[:ey} Clull. (III IIli(Ie Jae\ts, .'no) ) c-ntraiicc h. f.- offices by a cross! rouic. Proposals will be received South of the base line, and East of meridian" NOT I C K. "j I To make ""aJe-; Take a pint of warm

.: i:k-c:on tlitjUtli) : SfptnnlnT n<:\t. I for carrying the Mail on this Route, in a steam of That the Suwanncc part township 11 situated orth andVcsi V months from die due hereof. I s'i:til np-.iv! rtr V, water, a tea-spoonful' of salt; add a pint of V
Tllll! )) HAi--\\ Cednr river, of 14. SIX
itxii tY.J.keyCIuIi boat between Pensacola and Bluff, and thence range the flour and
At the of Di5mis<;iol1. from the AdmimV'.iiioii: I it wiUgiveou tuo dozen \Va-
, Put -mill l/tus. $ljO 00( Hulme in 150 miles and back. same place, in continuation cnnmifncing: on .
': to 'Vulley stages thcf/iinf I. on the estate of S.I..IUL! G.nrctt iIett' ..;il I 1,1' ot t felGa.l rs. V
Entr.mco\ SIlL Uchec Valley and Alaqua be supplied once a week.Lcare Monday in December next, foi the ispuo.alufthe I !
len C. H. DUPOXT A !J..i'r.
r. county, ,
I'Hr.111: I.tTI1t'it.IAY. I'cnsacola every Sunday and edncsday, public lauds within the limits of the undermentioned June 27ih. 134.. [ lO-Cm.] i iTO ] To make Rice Puffs.-To a pint of the flour

J Uy Club l'urst.milL lliuranrc: $15.hc-it% 200 00 at B a. m. Arrive at tiolmcs' Valley every Tues- : South townships of the base and line fractional, and West townships of the ,meridian.to wit. 1 I!'I add a tra-spoonful of salt, a pint of boiling V V

Ida I I' nit 1)AT-EZjlAT dan and Friday by 6 ;). m. Fractional township I, of 8. TEACHERS. water-beat up four egg stir them well to

I JoOc\' (lul Pllrb3 mile heats: 500 00( 'Leave Ho!,,,"3' Valley every Sunday and H"cdnuday Townships 1, 2,3. 4, 5, C,range and 7, of range 9. THE Trustees of the Uuincy Ac.ul.-my, arc It.'.-i- clher,pllt from t wo to three spoonfulls of latin V

. ET11IMlICc: 511)). ,, atGa tn..I1.rirc at Pensacola every lues-: Townships! 1, 2, 3,4, 3' ,6, 7, 8, a"d 9, of range 10. of cniragiuij a suitable tcuHu-r; to t-'Keof in a pu make it boi ling hot and drop a spoonful
char the the first in January /
r.l. SISTII H dayar.-l Friday! by 4p.m. \ Townslupsl, 2,3,4, 5,6.7,8,9. and 1 Oof II. Academy on .Monday V
. .T--.tTrITIAr. range i of the mixture into the fat as do-in.
next.rClie institution is located in the un-hin2 ma .
lropnctor's lure-J; :: mile hciiti-:3 best in Li, 230 nil2i7H.. '. From Quincy by Rocky Comfort and FortGad'sden Townships 1, 2, 31, 5, G. 7, 8, and 9, of range; 12. I k you '
.1 Entrance 5'20.'oeachuf I to Apalachicola: 80 miles and back twice a Townships 1,2 :fl, 4, 5, and G, of range 13. and healthy lrTiil:! Ige of U.iincy, GadMlni! County,, ng common fritters. V
I Uic will be received for the Townships 3 4 and of Middle Florida, and\ has been in opcnition thr! ,.c I To make a Pudding.-Take of milk V
: t\\o first :named stakes there arc r1lytlirccfciibscribtrb L week. Proposals carrying 1,2, j: range 14. a quart
fd :, who have secured the forfIe e .:Mail between Apalachicola: and Chattakoochee on' Township 1. and fractional lowmhips 2,3, and 4, years feel, and from the that incouirgement Ullller hrretofore givrii, i, add a pint of the flour boil them to a pap beat
they asswred judicious nlti1tenueuui
.s wiUi apprnvcd cndortcis, payable at the horseback, or in a sieam boat. of range 15.Township. II I six to which add six
the TUITION EEES will amount to from t\\i Ivc to tilt up eggs, spoonfuls of V:
n. Ii" Florida, and deposited with tlicsh.. Leave Quincy every Monday and Friday, at 1, amd fractional township 2, of range 1C.
II! teen hundred dollars. A-i, a Female SrAW is i : | vannah and of
At the : : sugar, a spoonful butter which
Sabscnfilioiis IKnu Land Office at ST. AVCTSTISK the
' cir. 'dt by letter addressed toKrctarj'at 11 a. in. Arrive at Apalachicola every Wednesday ;, one
( eocdftd in this section of the
1'1 'I':t II.,h:\I-""-.auy time before the 30th and Sunday by 5 p. in second Monday in Dtcember next, for the disposal of with his lady would be preferred.country a gentleman I !! when well beaten together, add them to the

m!:Jcr 1"'jv, by cnujpivui:: with I lit I terms of sub-. Leave Apalachicola every! Friday and Tlle.sdayat I the public lauds within the limits of the audermen- Application to be made to the 1 nihtt.cs on or bcl-ic I milk and. flour-giease the pan it is to bemade *t V .

. ';'JUJll ore Ik' T'.r colt 01 horse to be named the evening b' a. TU Arrive at Quincy every Sunday and tioncd North townships of the base and line fractional, and East! townships of the meridian., to wit: the first of J i1I uary. 1 1Hr i j in, grate nutmeg over the mixture- and ii

I tact.will lie him Thursday by 1 p. nu Fractional townships 1,2:1,4: and 5, (East of St.1..lI'Y'f OP.DEU OF TilE IiOAni i bake:: it. V
? at thc Stand each
up dayfimiiciitor
2480. From Tallahassee Magnolia to St.l\Iarks, Auust 12th 1831. [2-tf.j I IW' .
by ,
leI thfiunatc: and effort will be river.) of range 23. V { Jluotlur.-Boil one pint of milk mix two. V i V
1 10 J 1III'Ird'fr thy best ; every 2.1: miles and back, twice a week. Townships 1 1,2, 3,4 and fractional township 5 i, of 'Fite Columbia Tc1 .eupc"-" Thn Southtr !i table of
accommodation and it is spoonfulls rice flour with little V
\ ; con- ; a
and Richmond witl
Leave St. Marks Thursday Sunday at Bnnncr" and! the Enquirer give the ;
1 every 24.Townships. .
IllCCtld] that gentlemen at a distance whorcf range !!i i milk stir it in while the
:tt tliorses, \VihIc.iasidcrnur Purses and 12 Noon. .. I.'2, and 3, of range 25. nbove four insertions. and send there ucoount t:. t milk is boiling after 4 ,

I oplease I \ worthy of their I Consideration., Arrive at Tallahassee same days by 6 p. '. Township I, of range 26. -office for settlement. : waids add a small piece of butter, five egg, V

T110. lilt O NVN, See,ry & Proprietor.JliOi Leave Tallahassee Monday and Friday at Fractional townships 1, 3, 3, and 4, of range 27. RENOVATING LIQUID one nutmeg, one glass of wine, the juice and oO

:;i. [4'J-tfJ] 7 a. m. Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 23. peel of one lemon and sugar to your taste. .

1 Arrive at St. Mark's same days by 1 p. '. Fractional township 1.2, and 3, of range 29. Prepared and Sold by R. S. BERNARD, Drug.gistXORFOLk' Rice Flour Sponge Cake.-Made likeother
South of the base line, and East of the meridian.That .
THE RAOES'rtR 2481. From Tallahassee by Tuscawclla, Bailey's part of township 11, (EastofSuwanziec river) VIIlGI.J"I.1.m1E Sponge Cake, except that you use three quat- :
: Mills Monticello Bunker's Hill!, and G roo\'crill e to I
the ,
artaflIa, Course will off on of range 14.Townships. ters of a pound of rice flour, thirteen
I : come "
T..I""- Thonmsvillc, 60 miles and back once a week ; and 1 an DmiT IDl CD< '1' m eggs :: IVV.f
.jt 10 11 and 12 of Q
.November ,
and continuei
: .1y"J next, additional each week oetwccn Tallahassee and range I, leaving out four whites, and add a little salt .
trip Townships tO, 11, and 12, ofrn.nge 1C. R S. BERNARD'S RENOVATING LIQUID for
I i*fcy $:} )...2 mile heats: -S20 entrance. Monticello. Bunker's Hill to be supplied going, andGrooverville Townships 10, 11, 12, and 13: of range 17. extracting all kinds of Oils, Paints, Taand, Greasefrom Rice Flour Blanc.Jlange.oil\ one quart V a9
d4 y *ioo( relurnin C 7 and 13 of delicate colored Silks Satins of milk, season it to taste with V
1d JT4: mile hcats-$30( do. Townships range IS. the most Cloths;, I your sugar, 4
tl d d! S MO-mile hulls-3 in 5-520 do. Leave Tallahassee every Friday at G a. fll,. Townships 5,6.7,8.9, and 13, of range 19. Bombazine, or Velvets. without injuring in the least : rose or peach water. Take four table,, spoon

, : Silver Sett-rain* 175-2 mile heats Arrive at Thomasville next day! by 11 a. m. Townships 112,3.5. C 7, 8, and 13, of range 20.) their colour or texture. fulls heaping full of the flour, mix it
to.uo! O. Leave Tliomasville! tvery Saturday.. 1 p. m. Townships 1,2,3. C, 7, and 8, of range 21. This recent and valuable chemical discovery is offered with very
J Gay S wrepsuke-free for all a;es-S 1 00 do. Arrive at Aauanassce ncxi day vy p. That portion of township 1 South of St. Mary's for sale by the Subscriber.-It almost supersedes smooth cold milk add this to the other

I tt"proprietor feels confident that much sport may Leave Tallahassee every Monday at 9 a. m. river and townships 2, 3,4,5. F. 7, and R,of range 22.. the necessity of dying, and the Scourer vocation I. milk while boiling, stirring it well. Lat all '4 V

ttteJ-)he has had the promise of several Rcn- Arrive at Monticello same day by 5 p. m. That: portion township t, East of St.Mary's nvei is gone." Fifty cents worth will secureBacon a boil together about ten sninutes stirring oc- &
.frt? the different Slates that if and townships 2, 3. 4, 5, 6. 7, and 8, of range l3. Merchant's breeches from criticism for twelvemonths.
our purses Leave .1Il utiuUo Tuesday at 8 a. m. casionly, then it into moulds and it
justify it, they would attend every Townships 1,2,3,4.I 5, G, 7, and 8. ofrang<<:24. It acts like a charm upon silks of the finest pour put f
thl J5 winter.' No |pains will certainly be sjarcd to have our Arrive at Tallahassee same day by 5 p. m Townships 1.2,4,5. G, 7, and 8, of range 2a. texture, by instantly removing the taints of grease;, by to cool. This is a very favorite article for :;

conducted-\' extensive 2482. From St. Augustine by Tamoka, to New; Fractional township, 1, of range 29. without in the least affecting the fabric Itself-the uvalids. V V

1a i io:to accommodate cry those who preparations favour us Smyrna, 75 miles and !back, once in two weeks. Each sale will be kept open for two weeks, and Ithc most inveterate lodgments of wax upon Coat collarsfly i Rice Griddle Cakes.-Boil,one large el V
Ia their rom'liJ.ny.) may Leave St. Augustine every oilier Monday at 6 a jn. lands reserved by law for the use of schools, or for before it like dust before a bl ush. It is no quackery I whole rice cup
soft in
rj_ stanccs, Uie Club will be by the Arrive at Aew Smyrna the next day by (;p.m. other purposes, will be excluded from sale. but the true secundum artem. mode of appearingdeccnt quite milk, and while h stir

, r-.tttt Rul s. All Entries to governed be made to the Leave New Smyrna every other Wednesday at Given under my hand, at the City of Washington,. in old clothes at the least imaginable expense.It : in a little flour. rice flour or Indian meal ; when j

.""" 7 J by 9 o'clock, P. M. for the day previousto 6 a. m. this seventh day ofjuly. A. D. 1834.ANDREW is offered to Gentlemen at 50 cents a phial, and all : cold add twe or three eggs and A little salt -

WfIII1n:. Arrive at St. Augustine the next day'by 6 P. m. StSB JACKSON.thejPresitlent other No danger sorts of need people be can apprehended have it at the in using same price.it : Bake in small thin cakes on the griddle. -i( '

111"lo. JAS. J. PITTMAN, Secretary. 2483. From Charleston, S. C. or from Su Mark's, By& HAYWARD: the finest and most delicate Silks-nor is it like upon the Rice Cake.-Mix ten ounces of ground V
1' !mi July, 2834. [48-20w Florida by Indian Key, to Key West oncea U.AIJ .
] Territory, ,
t3Itbe. Columbus Commissioner of the General Land Office. [50ts soaps so commonly advertised in onr days, :hbyother) rice, three ounces of flour, eight oz. of pow V
,' Enquirer will puHish the abovehis montn. removing oue evil almost invariable produce dered
D.nd forward urcouift r the Secretary Leave Charleston or St. Mark on the 1st, and NOTICE.-At the next passion of the CountyCourt of double size-nor does it require the preparativmeans sugar; sift those articles by degrees V

tMrianna Jock)' Club Key West on the 15/A of every month, and arrive of Leon County I shall apply for a settlementof of all other reno'aters-sueh as hot sand : into 8 yolks and 6 whites of eggs, and the grm_ V

V Lp511 at the port of destination with all practicable des my accounts as administrator ol James Hughes: the like. Only a little clean water according to the : ted peel of one lemon.-Mix the whole well :
0wtll Assumpsit in At. at which time my accounts and vouchers will be presented is Oil Grease of kind l in
E. Burl, under the1 tacbment. patch. for settlement. directions wanting. or any together a tin stew-pan over a very slow fire
tp4Juu NOTES. can be extractedfrum the most delicate colored carpets -
,i PAJ.MBR fy Co.} Superior Court, HF.. SIMMONS Adra'r. without the usual trouble of taking them with a whisk, then put it immediately into .

RGL4WD ted by the Postmaster General following stipulations -
Middle District.
; of from the finest Clothor
extract particle grease
which set forth in fy STORAGEBUSINESS. every
are more fully tnepamphitt
? utes.Another
rtotndRlMnd all other persons interested, most delicate Silks, without injuring in the least Rice Cake.-Beat J2.
.e notice advertisement: yolks and 6 c
suit has
been instituted as the color or texture.
l*?Id.\tt&chment issued returnable to May terra 1st. The right to expedite the Mails and alter the THE SUBSCRIBER having several Months since! A large supply of the above valuable article received whites of eggs with the peels of two lemons 4

and lurt I 183t. Said defendant is required '0 hours of their arrival ; with proper allowance for the' abandoned the Retail busidess will in future devote and for sale by grated.-Mix 1 pound of rice flour eight ecrav

the plead to the declaration thcirin filed acto expense, at any time, is reserved by the Department.2d. the most unremitting attention to a General COMMISSION : E. B. PERKINS, Ag't ces of flour, and 1 pound of sifted
Statute in such cases. Seven minutes are generally allowed (or opening and STORAGE business-receiving and Tallahassee Sept. 10th 1834. &n sugar.
GEO. Y. WARNER. I the Mails, and more may be authorized. forwai ding Goods and Cotton, will be particularly] I Then beat it well with the eggs by degrees

Uth 18a.t.: ((2-tf.) Att'y for PI'fFs. 3d. Five Dollars will be the forfeit for every tenatrip attended to. mtBUNSQ A1W UlIlU UCDaumSJQ for an hour with a spoon.-Butter a paa thj>-

lDool.hs minutes delay to arrive in time, and the price of His buildings are considerab.ly.enlargc and in excellent LARGE and complete assort- roughly aqd put it in a gentle oven an boar and .
t from from date I will present my for a failure to connect-if not proved to be unavoidable 1- condition. His extensive acquaintance and A. half will ; V
bake it.
r& fur extended him Hientof Fresh Drugs a.nd Medicines,just received a
"clement, and shall apply to the to be absolutely enforced. the very liberal patronage thitherto to
iiZ:1.Li: Court of Jackson county, for Letter 4tk Mail carriers are to be "free white persons." render It unnecessary, he deeJIll. to ve referencil. from New York end Baltiroorefor sale,/ Icsale Rice Caudle.-Soak,V some whole rice in

.11.le as Administrator of the estate of DAVID 5th. Proposal are to be stated by the year; though JOHN BLAIR PEACHYLiberal and retail. Cctvitn' Wachants unIPn.ctitionerssupplied water an hour, strain it and put two spop&i; 3.
of said county, deceased. payments are mad quarterly.V advances as heretofore made on Co11r onthc mi .1'( h1 r atin t.e fuls of the rice into !
a pint nn4 a quarterUPtmilI
, JNO. M. C. ROW LL AdraV. 6th Proposals state the mode of transportation shipped to New York, Charleston or Liverpool .Ew E LEIXAS
ZDc, t534., (C7-4i&n)_ 'ThCthVCIVW war terse or ,a two bone stage orf. 8t./Marks Sept. 2, l81-t1". M"29 41. t-qa: (t.41iAF1OddS. ; and simmer, till it will palp throigi"ttt! VV


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I = -' .S r' -- ''peR h lf"or duelling.l ta it necessary to add,'I thfresi. ,t ;the k edgagerawt near Jt; rt7mOrIf&A. !f- l..Mi 4.4RETURN tU { .a t1Ier8

sieve. Tb n put the pulp and milk into a that he wfcs a gamester 1 j* + i '1 T ur- where|t* wa-;killed"by- a bill:tin the, 'or'P.D.Ui 8 t1'--e- in the precision' ef the maehHmr th .

saucepan, \utt n. bruised clove, and a little One vethngii a public 'house, apace? of: si side,'at lie,taomcDl'wh'ea Victory.had'declared J Dwn direct from.";Fort itiSiiifpve YbPP7 Dra- a degree of tfonfidence ever rear-or; ,
'I \rhite sugar. 3l 11mr.r trn minutes;if Wo thick resort foriBe- gamblers of'P rt-au.P lDce..tKe for him. J.;:GW.ETHAX I. toleafnthattheaiptatchraentfof over danger. A man mar travel

add a 'poonful:or two of( milk and 'serve with inmates. were among themselves at gourdallcr goons under Colonel Dodge, returned to that pole to the Equator, from the Sr tl-
the 15thinst from their expedition into 'lacca to the Irthmn of Darien il15
I thin: toa.t. : till the sdbiety was sufficiently numerous to pastfon and
Rice.TtUmade hy washing the whole animate the play. In these gaming receptacles ALLEC.-Col. Allen was brave, the country of the Pawnee, Camanche and. nothing so astonishing as this. The"IEtna

even to rashness. In this position, other Indians inhabiting the expante of tem- and Yeftjvios excite feellosa ,
rice vrrv mc" "K nnd simmering; over a slow they style gourdailler, simply playing support 0fl
fire, with a con-iter! flntitvof milk till gourdts, (dollars,) which was, in their slang I we submit to the reader, the following adven- toryseveral hundred nvles south and weal of as well as terror; the cohtuU i l.

Tery soft; then Livorcd) with lemon, spice and I phrase, throwing snow balls till the party ar. i I ture, related to us a sfrort time since, by a our frontier tbout the appearance of any unpleasant elements during a thunder .storm ''

sugar. rived. An officer of the French marine. captain '' gentleman remotely connected with him :- colision with the variou* tribes with with it nothing but pride, much less Of

GV'Uflrf ftfVr ."il-Roil 1 spoonful of : of a frigate, who had been residing l for Soon after the Proclamation of the Provincial t whom they opened an intercourse. They uro I') counteract the awe inspired ryJ

ground ric*. rubbed down smooth with three some time in their colony, entered at this moment -. Governor of New York was received by the have brought in abo it twenty Indians, compri- fearful workings of perturbed nature- J! ,.
: people of Vermont in which reward of onp sin' delegations from the Pawnee, Carnanchei : cene which is here P' ented
half niots: of milt tit o.f lemon peel rinnn- into the gambling room. In passing a I a pr and 1fbic;

mon. and n1ltr( Sweeten when nearly I table where they were playing, he gave a look, hundred pounds was offered for the apprehension i i \ and one or two other tribes with all of t cannot adequitelv describe.engenders t ? .

done. I and perceived some pieces of money"before of Allen, much anxiety was felt by his !; whom we understand treaties of aranity have consciousne*'* of superiority fa huranuitv OI4

Rice Patr.-1\ua i qua-tor of i pound of : the players. friends (or his safety, on account of the manv'opportunities been concluded by Col. Dodze. Some of f' more intent andefrort convincing {: rnn

ground nee, in iS* snv.illrt quantity of water ; ,j h Who makc up the game ?1.' cried a voice. offered for arresting him. Allen, :; these delegations have cone in with theji-j: or product of the po-t, !the p7infer..?

strain from it all he moi.tur11, a* you I I,*' replied the captain (whose name has however, laughed at their fears-and offered abet :; tention of'proceedinz to Wa hinzton City. | philosopher, or the divine. The prttjet' .
that he would .\lb:1na'iht Col understand procured the release -} of transit of the train
proceed to Dodge we through
He then and I t"a-tonn
half escaped
can; heat it i i"1 :no tpr, with an ounc. ; me.) came carelessly fs.
of btit'T.pi'l v r>tjg well beaten. It will i thr"w a dice, then turned away to a sideboard : at the most prominent house of entertainment : of a little boy about ten year* of"age son \ arches, are verv electrifying. Fhe df.areain

: make an excellent paste t for Tart &-. .!, to finish his glass of lemonade ; meanwhile, -drink a bowl of punch, and finally escape of the late Gabriel N. Ma.t.n of Miller coun- j peal 1 thunder the sudden imcrsion in gt I

SnaJtff\ Iwllil'a..h two large tne gamblers continued the play. i unharmed. This was accepted. His i necessary -.: ty, who was carried ofT by the Indians some t and the clash reverberated sounds in .

I spoonful* of ..ir:1n''> -miner it with! hatfu I II 44 Commandant: you have won," exclaimed arrangement* having be>n m .dt". he pro- months ago, at the same lime that his father fined spice combine to orod-ice a rt1QJ1'- ,

I pint of milk 'ill thvk; : tVnniit with it. the was o.ne of the pla\ers ; pick up 1 ceedcd to Albany, and after alighting, called i, wis murdered by them. A negro man ,e- ry shudder or i !ea destruction.... aannihiatim thnj'

nn egg of butter an'l I near: a half pi .to tlw stakes :*' and he pushed towardshis fortunate for a bowl of punch according to the terms of! longing to Mr Martin *ho was: captured at the i which is instantly dispelle4

: thick rream, and give it one b,1il.rhen cool : adversary several heaps of gold.At the bet. It was soon whimpered around however i same time, has also been re-tored. I emerging into the cheerful bt. OQ

mix four vo'k-' -v.d: two whit>s of eggs w.-ll ,the ight of this immense sum, the : that Ethan Allen was in the city," anda I: '. 44The meetings or crossing i or the st ar

beaten: sw"ctn t.> our ui; Tid add utit-n .Jjjnted Frrnoh .>fiic T. who fancied but to have riskeda large com-oiir of people collected about I A zentlemin of this county received a letter trains fiymr m opposite direction? are scarcZ
the house: -among whom was tho sheriff"of a few days ago, fiom a from a friend in the 1 ly less agititating, to the nerves than
I Ipmon T1': '1. 3" a t litt'rt! pi vJred cinnnmon. t f'w dollar rer-.iled in amazement then! J : ; thei

Hutttr lit!o <"i '*. tnl! fi-l thc.'v ptiihi'ig hack ih* tray of gold which w.apro. Vlbany: countlIel1., however remained Cherokee country, which states that a Cherc- ; sits through the tnnneh.Trae vrlOClt1or !
m.noved. Having finished hi punch he kec of the name of John Walker, had been the
> course, propinquity or
; part; till, nn'tiog .! 'h.' i..t om -ome candied s ';ted bin : h I should believe myself waning apparrent i identiF
: went to the door, mounted his horse and aft srnt, by some other Cherokees, for his opinion of the iron yornits along! which these
orange or ri'.r-ui !Vile t'rcc quarterof jn in delicacy. %xvor' I tj appropriate: that Jlemr.'c
*' ti 3rtllu 1'crmoiit !" in favor of emigration.: The wound of Wil- forth
giving a rail but
== for involuntary fearful
hour in a slow n\ *>tj. S,rvr th.' mo iient bet r" ; :.lIn ahaving In-.* ''1llb' gained it Tis but thoughs
departed unharmed from the a.toni hed andgJi'in kcr was dan erou* but perhaps not mortal. of a possible coh19n.'nth all its horible
1o hr ,3t'n.i'h <-v' *-tin*.\ ti-nt to tell >' >u g nl6ne: that: in making up ; co"-
!... It had been nl l \Icxandpr Ros? and
mullitti 'r Memoirs.
reported of
/'/.TIM U;.'( /\uWir--"'i-n and pick ..iiv ?he game>, i th Might !.) hive risked, inn thenodeiat. g --T 'm : sequences. The period sa'pene, bowev:
other Cherokee to treat finally with !:
I disposed
Tire throw -.' i' .. ) which I hiJ tVtable. : I er exquisitely, painful is but momentary
: a' i>T: )I1r aU.fti.fi ely j P\W- ; sum perceived upon 'I ; a.1d
Fr .i ; i. \: \.T -ete. i i the government for emigration, had been killed in a few seconds the object of terror '
d 'rJ. but r.r.t m '*'b; ti ih" ice in a clnr. I neither wish u..r ought to rc;ud j jj,
i' Died Briz Ji'r Genril LEAVASWORTH ; : but this was a mere report.: This letter out of Si2ht behind.
. : and Ieaci'p.rntv! < r'H in fur it to --,\cU. Bo il) that T.ld) as ru- o'\a.T ,
I United States of biiiD.fS! fever the j 5t.ttes also ihit UP lives of the Ridges had "\or is the rapid
arm, on ar.ross
: it in a q-iriMiI'x-; of !!"r t for an hour <'r two: j T.'ke it. Sir, says Capt. So cry. You passage Clnt
2d:: July. been threatened, and were in danger, as they Moss unworthy of iKtiTt The ;'
: fth! milk much it would have ingenuity
; w.0' ra i.titter ou. sugU. or j have as right to a* you *ftfeu
'* I General Lea'eil\\rthwas native of Yaw : were known to be in favor of the emi!r.1tion which nirror.rod- of inn are nnde
t Pat in lemon peel if \4I i ,'It(*t'. had to pay had'\oii :tost.: to I
: t i'P. .'i rif ir-tk Fruit -rwell iho rice j *. You deceive y.' Jr e1t: if you imagine that York. and was found at the commencementjof ofthi Cherokee Tribe.-Augusta Constitu- whole trains wagons lidcn with m. DJ folk

. ; '', 'h *rr1 -. m-'L ore he ..ir.'. then mix I I houd! not 113t'e'h'l t\"cd mv honor st tiuid i I tho late war a--ociates with General Roon. i I tionalist.Fr. dred t',ns (,: r.mm.rc", and bIIJ:1i,-j acrojioas

: .. '.; .., ",'..J.it1.. \"t1rr.mh gtb4tb"rrieI in refusing to acquit a drbt which I haJ 'not la the. duties of an extensive and i iacrcasinj- : a wideezm fliiid mora=- prpvhy ;J'I..ly im :1.Nc
t. : :'.i the .,Tin> U.- V gentlerr.in vr'jnI !
I ; : :Lt: '. d l i:J qntered appl >-, raisins.t contraeted. ud: (\n.q'Jemh. I >houll tain itbv pr- -:\ at tho nce -. man "r b :}-! i ibey un'l all nr1i 111d de.
' \Ynhl ch *teri-tic I; Th"'J this city yp-teroiy fir-m th-i rnoun- -r f-t-rnal 1 .-,d" Or.!., ;
|t. jr-i disregard of solf inter- serving r (
p F if r u-j'h: :nc e'i n I hul not gaiMJ.. COflCej 1
-I I \i .? 'XiS I r '1 :;wJ srrve with )I'Utler ands You; 'would have paid. \Ir. Cominandant," T! c-\ lie left his oilic! and with tho -.minion ta i-s. his cat ii< i n I t' i in wY-rh: ; it is'le: j -jpnd:r t>ri !k wh
of thc
rur th infrm-I'a of thh"! n % )
: of Capt-iin, raised a com:1nin D 'le'.vu.- mi'es in leng'h. l-v-l 05 tV-jterl-, !
4. .tqv,f I Mrf u-r'-d. j it .* btttcr to eu r-ttirafd Severy. elevating hi- \oice and lay- Provost"'of \Tienc.in enticawhaltt
Mr. the
!" 'I'l::1\'. Sew York promoted :.Accompanied .pt as nrm a= !
(1 -f ";* with This ; ; to a M.ajintyin "Kie.
u patc. rig tr 's- the words You would IIJAVpaid. .
> upon b
j Fur Co-ro-inv th.it his ')t -
l t; lrin. i Sc-.f. hri .1Je. af the h>ad or the ninthReiiniont pirty n eu this *3l 1. nfbf l triJimnn of huaian cJitq-l&i
:.att : 1" "Tis I who tell
: : you. '.ith the
attacked h.n"lr had
- ') ** ,* .. bcinj its only till ojfi'erj they a fight ria trifC'T.1)1li---tl tr,n ofwith 'arri-1P3
J .. > o\k fcvr pesenti h'Unli
t t ; : : ounce? There WTS ill the lanjuag and still more "
; : r-f. 1.,1..' : 'rain t V j he acted a most distinguished: i part at ChirpC'. Pawnee. Indians h't prin:. as.ta> reportedM the .';: !*>-iv ()r. *h" ,tnn- i'-r: thy
i. -n.ur, in 'he Capi.iins tone, an idea of provocation -\ O '
: -. L. TubHte and
t ....: .. AM. the* action which gunedo) miKh, e<-lat to : Capt. rre rn>- of the r(- t h."nt rn '?* cai: :=i.i2 the
t t 'H.'t11.. h.\\.p which did not escape the marine officer. Helikvwio porhip* arriveu at Independence by this time'he pnv
: our nrnAt Rridgewater he aNo intrjnicr. : d*> nail it- {-norm'H '
,- .if nati was rous suite to$
'J'!' : : # k cr"im3'!, retorted in a bitter tpne and it waaOU the '
form with GO 70
r t packanJ ,
'-r or
'. ; I h J' '., h .' : il. to a great d-grec, in tho success nf:. along! tn co rrf" e of ao fpn.p TIImirc
:: f \ t t 1 .Id, a ir -.) too late, when the friends of the two ; htter with about 20 pll.'l of Header. Mr. 19
. that sanguinary confln'l with the Choicest English ;- saflvi! 'r-i1tk-e'd i skaur -kinthe i
t mdtJ -
; :I 4- L !! 'tIU'1-. 41rttr :': ne>ttr* were willing: to interfere, to prevent Provost intended }I'-avmg the rendezvous icvrnimrIF .
: onILiTrs
j . t-.o :: The wII earned brevet oi Linu- I Ofl'-rF.7" I .".
t' "
, : a iter *? .t : :' q1r- ui twk"ard r s'ilt. Ea!h of the parties conu' I Fork :fRio Chra'lsi ix r seven .
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a.1I ... Put I tenant Colonel and Co'onel-'-e bc-twe.l : -
ft 9 'l't1 tt' eel. i red lrnelf insulted that -
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divs I after th* writer of the note )
J--- ? _T '. .-" ,. ., t-b ari ', upon him ; an.i it v.aconceded 1 bv: al1.' th It. GEO.1:. DnXNIS vr'rl!! oJ--p-nt 10 fit
: t" 'r t)lt *diim to their rt' became
i::: p 'tIOe'rong I about! the lnh; of.J nh-. La-t ; the writ I
I prng dulte hw I !
t S--- I with however little ii-criminaiion the '-: a ca > 5 'e sirroorteil
CM1 t
. J 1 : .. iimsh!*. and a d>iel i.ievaable.: !
Fort Vancouver b
visited establishment
1.: .*F4 R% .' .r".1I.J.a:1.'- .' 1.. p.l.c" .-.' .. Sir." saySeery to his opponent, not derive of merit w* ro aenrted to the a"t .rs at an : she; f-iertioa fc.a ir.cmbt-r of thLpgi;Iitiero.pr.
'the Hudson Bay Company, situated; !>II
'that r G..ueral avcnworth had i;. I'v )1 tM&ER .
: impugn
n < 4iU. littit *:,t. tiJ:! ov"1* l '* iI'l i.z to havt tJ"f. tb-
I I. <.'-. .. r.-. .-. '. -v Mix it wit'h.n \*,';K- &i. t \verbod knws my a-3 :Jress at the sword (eliini inferior 0111to. the gallant! chief of the ; there on the 3Ut May. and! lying by37:; di.. >. : For New York.THR .
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: a'bi:*'* t'f.r; *:- a( uirtr ..:"a pint of crfuuuv.ua : aivl pi-tol would give tn., i ought to oifero r t *." t-.d.c .*iJiier nlt'J into it. four more equal terms. L.t a I udeJ J pi-tol be I i, At ih.% clo5e of the war he wa; stationed] atSackett ,' o -St. Louis ./J Ti.tiwfI svl ? &< I3a snstaaii
Kep.SD -
.. '> Harbor af)J < mark ot the ronrilence --=- tc -aboveport.. ForiVt: !!Ji: cr
r- ';r& (! 1e or.Tl"r.. )\ '. tmy! 'r'ad. brought here immediately! a throw of the die a a ; p-1S..
, I -- :: ,;. .3 tit Ciiia Oir tirt. 10 I
;. t't. :? *.. of a plJfl1 of cnrram. twsrx .: > -.decide whi,%h of us shall blow: out tw't' an gratitud** of th pe.llp!' was railed K:. T1 it >T"RGK
J ." t I the :XMV Vurk whi."h he : R.tILrons J C\-L IN THE UITF .
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j* <. oe: \ peai water or | :z, (' -3. ) i. -j
took hi ST\Tr.S.-D. K. Minor she editor of tbo __ _
: > > :t. Hi* TV4cei'' "* I iT cnjoyCovernmt'oi -
TV ? -, -. ">J. It ir.\rd. .\ rp.ed. > on -
: ; :on p vvrrn w put iin: ::1 /'a : ; ? M '. J 1r.01I1n'
I a .. ,,'u.J; tr" .,'.p, .m' ";. t'e dl.n; !irl' : A thrill ot- horror- pervaded- tbeti- all : sonic j ", 1110 sine-- th.it period in thee \to'Y ok Railroad Journil.: h's juat. published L'JiJ'u.iio--.- w A' *-. 4":1! qJ
little work! ;htt W.iM' be i sn the kinds : .
:.rcan-Ji"(3 orange, i.mon or ..tr n. approved. took themselves oT; trembling not wishing) t irilt-hment! vori i } militirv! post on or 'ihr. T-- s "- V* n3nti* IS S.-. at he i.
wo-tn fronti. and) in wat 'hm2 i itin of all I intfrest'-d n -atlroatand! canal I inii 1 h"_"S :-.j .'.n Vi '* r -f \ia i v : ;. r"' .rJt'l 5I
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; :n n in i> 'i' ntcn.W4 be wlinesof the hl oh.1n i in .
': sh, T-. It rontain i- aw-> ;; >> r 3> ve r< 'ia'i Y.t.f--4,1II
tCrt5! an.I a-ijniai'trr.tin tN !. in rezv-I 1 Irv" nP0: t.Ht'* > ain .
T*ror J rij/*.- ad: ,j pick! s\me rue. pr-paration : others, animated with th1 feeling : poiy '.*:!- t .-.i.t1 'he 1.1" "- 'us-aI"I'lH1!
'' to tae ludiin tnU?- \t ditT!rPi r:' tirn"s he hl; ; ip 't f ih'> ruir.KiJs and caHaJ! timhri.i".rimhd. -. .'. ,. ,
sc 1. veiy ;j'r IT i been t..J : :uid in contemplnion in th" United .. is ... '
pntr.l with'hcomnnnd of the r r T"j.
*h nation t.i ith. ," *:h an onion, a MaJc around th,- 2.fl ->:/r-. who seated In face of second. .Lt..pertyp1yc
*it\ vj\th.i ui-j: '1rd R'jirn; nts of jnfantry. Sfiivkhri -calt>5 of rnile :.i :j>ted to eich : .1 -ei;:*.-. asd UIA? bka j'wv.THO .
I "; nruJ ,ill. when ilod. but aud sarited tabie four ftt '
1 c \tlrf'. :4.'r, = *'\ not each oth-r. ; : by a *'; : -\KDYM.\y:
l.rIJ.t.d : ,': h. Ir" on t >':Vilow en J of a w !e, wore watching th' preliminaries! of the'ltcl to th last of'hich h< was pro n-ted p-vi'-i (.i It/ \ari-vj-i c-anil-! A nlr'J:1d.o: : \r..j. .!'.. -," -- no. ,;:t.-. t- -...:
..d .Jt ti1.1 i -t ttt>mei "i' :hct -t. ciizlIacter. .
n 1525: The Brevet of Bri idier (.J"nrnlsubseptTJliy -
) t" :. th' n and ii'r serve it ,Irv. Meantime a ihlri: ;> -Jon loaded the : NOTICE.
.. "c. of carh. It i i' .--tI .!- f\"t..i i in th: intro-
"Dir'd. t'i"rCic.i j >, the
r'f ;. tt ;h. n : :.t'\ nf n i.-h. and oour thesi fatal: weapon in presence of rJevery and tn' wis t a1': i *--">>?.-"* ':." 2..'.--T :U nc: yti urns'I
I c, '. C' 1. ,1'H,.i h-." 1" .; it.Bei'ies French in"'cr. a deadly! silen-'e rci.iicdihre.uhnut inla.urv_ SchDo! ol'prctice.: or a rim co nntrnd <\ J.:'i -n. tat. ta r im f".r'n..t.1/1 which. -; iei.. ... n. : ._ ;>"v.i.e .: .i v> kl1en

ii i 3 : .. ford) fir child the as>o.iioly, and the r.a!:11 wasunioIn ot? twenty; two Tmpini.: '< of the first. ,. will m-ir firijvhjw ihe great aJvait g ? : e:1' : ,, '.i] n :". I".i wil h
.. toirini si\111; inta.tn', aid! 0 the ve-t'r of railroad-$ ,},\"l th? r->i-l \h:<*h i i. sr cr ?-*mjthraij'i --t ;" _. .' -rsPt--t. '. .'- \.". MILLER[ ,
: '.. S'it l --i 1 for theV.k devoid of j !
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,. iniv I- r? :1- save by some spleen. xchiin.d \h-" : I''. -_! .j
frontier of Missouri. On vi,, to th. the Atlnti.- >tatto the :A'- ':lp.j. -
il ." .n'. CO-J I. i -. ..J bew"n: the adversaries, who alone a recent r ''
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_. SfMt of G.,ivernmcnt hc was adw' ft"'J to t'lJ at thiii ne s? !r'p. sn m iy; Jet ich;'.I pit-. _t "_ t..h. ,. FORLV..
: ncd to hiv* retair.td their sattgjfoid; du ; .
L .T 'l'p- >.;,':t-m Court and assigned t' 1 1'of :> .t d-.-tind U'l! ii :t ly.. at n"11 uu; d! 1,. ;.) -:_' ':a. : .; 'i-- :' 3--. r' -D: tLS3Y,
; tn. comTai: -. . .
.\ u' ;:?. i. \IL\uC; 4 mg th:- tragical moment. .: ""--...-' <.'- : ".. ... ., 'c. ,'' ." -1
: tj 1 .' fi, b- mi onrt :rafid %-ve. 1: Clf1 en nbo -.,v .
<: ifhe tirn .rkir. nh vi .
= : a v lopcjre '. '. : '. eri1
the the : : "
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: f va I.' t r f' L.J CIU.. jar tl.t :?oon a; pistol was ready parties L t l:1 : :
/ '.* the benefit-5 ofhi .nd tn"e-l I :r'Jl Iosuu'r Fr.pf !{..vrsa :-' .,' "-.- -,' : R.J !1VLY: :
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'i iho is cal J.] la ., thiht ,) .
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contemplated )
: $,"ne "'t'" nr"viou* to the nprQ inirre- 1 I..ving it down upon the table, where two nv v"m"H!> : .
ti"f :" St. H .:nin!o. nidrd and S"f-nd,'.i! bv hand- full of dice were scattered each took lr-'jl >ons. and his presence at th. o-iunbil *o l he tlt* \""\i ne. .% ht.-a extend- i it It -eve ah' :,i.e- B ir.-1tiI: ;; Ur.'tinz lots ofliramsI I.
.1111"1 hu'ti t' th' m-io.contar-: .r.' ier i- .. .
h.li with Indiiiss ) Tflof -
the tint
Li n-ji i.I:1. iklfe
E:1d: in h.irt1 t for the >uccour which: ip three with his dice-box. It was decided r'oe -1 -T"1: :
.. He hid advanced the execution of these du- infornjition! in rd Unoa n t.i 11U' > n GJ .. i-- 'T-. -' '.11 ,tsirLn1f
F." :0' had supplied Now Erjlanj 'uth, HuT that the French officer should have the first in. \' : : J. : )
tie< I wo ,jld seem a< far as a 'iit called the irvemetof this cuntr.th.Ll any th -r oi- : t'o: !
-2 the war of lnd,'r>-'ndeoce. tbi tin' FrenchColony throw. He then shakes with a firm hand the p : *
.* Cross rimber:,'" when he attacked u-ue that hs vet ippnared.! It 111-iv t>e o'n- Fit>h II!hn!. :t h : ear > 'j.p'Rj"U1
: ua! jt it-s Mrnmit of grandeur and L' which might render or deprive him of the was by .
ed in this city at the otii"e of \\VaUie and C t New Orlt-ans Sugar,
the fever which terminated fatjlhon the 17th uirculiting -
Culi'.ne and iudu had lIu'as'd of life he throws the dice hich the .
prpcnty. .lry : speech ; I ke
J uh'. Librrit'hesnut street[ ab-stv the Ar- pj.-ke'i! Herring. ..i-t>. S. ID.. 1"'lU.3
,. for it ..1.i mines could fur- looks of the du.nb circle follow. .
moro : t.i11 its eager cloaclv caJt"-P.nu. Inquirer. : (. -__ ). n LID '. ,32RIES.JS :
msti to the av:in:iou* Spanr.irds ; l\ri\ metal c. Eleven !" I I i h-r.: It4. ',"''. 1 _
was in active rirnilalion. and with it advanced -: i4'Tis good play, Commandant." spoke Se. Extrac: : fioni a letter wr.tu-n'"v a Ca :uia or'Drago : ---'
I .'n to hii; fr-en 1 ii th:s cy: diled. :i iJ ; RAILROAD TRAVELLING IX EXGL.\ :1.
luxury and the supertlu'ties of pleasure. : very, suspending his thiow of the dice ; the h-?->v r*:: c ,'. --r?tna& CJ; .1P'

Beneath '.) burning sk) of the tropic, pas- chances are for 'ou. Hear me : if the hazard J I FOR1-- GICSOO, -Ith! Aujit, 1S34.: ) k* Although! the whole pas-age between Liverpool ....-"....1.*t." .1-. ,- .._ .l' .i I ,- :t' Jj:1tV- at

, t sions natur.11y naitn, become inflamed andungovernable. favors yew as it seems to promise, no I "I have very* recently. returnt-1 to th's' place! and Manchester is a series .>t euchantmeats ..1 :',, :i-s; \I .t iv.a: jr-t..\ 'ttu. "-'irE .bnll itil &kt

1 4 x\hen wealth, which alone is pity or mercy for me. for here I declare, upon after a ,Oer'lonz r, fuiuin, and perilous much snrjasnag: any in t:1el"J itJ J''I'y..,\.t. ,t ,. ., -., ";: ., u 1'c -'- f,; .an.lt : .

. I able to generate lhcn, cumcs and otTers new my honor. you need not expect it-from me, with my compiny to and from the oundarv; ..Mfg'fbecause they are realities mt fiel n:. :h-: .. '.. \.. :. .: 1' ..:.; ',....1. :).. '.. .r r1.1 b. I

incentives. should I have a finer play than you. I hold .: line between this country and the Republic of yet there are certain epochs in: the transit 3-.1 .; (:1 Sri;" &5'--1
At the period .,which I have lo speak 17S5, him a coward, the one of us two, who shall Mexico. Ifvas not th .)contemplated when .. which are peculiarly excilin These are .a- \': r Ut ttK rzit.i.Mreta'Ieltb.es.. t

! the: passion which predominated amongst the spare the other." :I1 last wrote to you. but O Eon which I was starlings, as ascents, the decent, the tunnels. 11.lo'-._.: :-U-itL u- t'r)..., l" '.. sui"- .U--.;.' ..-1'.,1:.. :.1:11 n.-lIl(J f.Sr.- t. ,.

'I rich inhabitants of St. Domingo, was that of, *, Play: sir, I don't staRd -in need of your very unexpectedly sent with my compjny only the Chat Moss the m''ting At tae intant tr : n. J.\,5.: L.t..-,"- cr er i Clk.

gamin But tho 1 belches forth an of & : T- :" --to EBND-t_ ;' !_____ .
% or address oq.ialized the chances of fortune do. from the frontiers of Missouri to the extreme explosion steam, seems. -
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I could not sulTi.-e them: for their love ef play : : Severy with an ironical smile on his !ips. boundary of out country on their journe f.r a second *r to ", quiescent. But qutckiv. U t ,

there must iteedhe s< tne of those games tosses: the three ivory cubes, which, after describing ) to Santa Fe in Mexico. I have not tim the explosions are reiterated wuh shonet intervals 01-'FENS FOR SJLEIh -

where chance uouM! govern every combma-1 three slightly diverging rays, stop, and to state all our privations fitiiues, ice in dei :! till they become two r ipid to ba csunt- itbi 4 YD' R"t
tion of the tiMiul.;: at those gtmeshere heaps show fifteen at pairroyal. i tIII-1 will therefore simply say we met the ed; though still distinct. These belchmgs or ot,4; 100 coils: 'Sale Rope,

I of gold mount ujnn the table, where a throw Immediately the circle widen?, quitting the :. two dreaded enemies of the traders the Ca I I explosions s more nearly resemble the plOt: ng' 2) ":. L".liU1 T"1 e.

of the dieouM :*la. ger a fortune, or in like side of the French officer, who finding himself manches and the Pawnee Mahaws. With the I of a lioa or tiger, than a"y sound th.it his ever 75 bbls. New York Flour,

I manner accnmuhte an enormous sum. It alone in front of his enemy, in a measure j: first we were on the very e\; of fight both vibrated on ray car. During the ascent they 10CH yd-. Kerseys, '

'i was at dice ill fan that the ga-.neslers sought favored, rises, and assumes the firm attitudeof i parties having formed the line and the word became slower and Iower, till the automata .; 16 Sajir; K ttl-s frim 40 to IOC CI

fir feelings capable! of stimulating their dull a brave maa. 'I comm\nd "char. ," facing_ on my veYyl actually labors like an animal out of breath SOS) pair Xejro Bro;ans

senses, and it wa? not unusual to sea a whole j ** Your life is my property sir," says Severy -l tonpie's end.h'ntheIndiansfired their guns fr. the tremendous efforts to gain the highesH Talla1netb.. s. : is&l.NOTICE. : [ L

plantation. a cargo of negroes, cast at a stake i throwing down the dice; box, and seizing in the uir some dismounted from their horses, points of elevation.) The progression is .

upon the fatal htl rd. They would throw upon I the pistol ; ** recommend your soul to God." :-'d others threw their bows and airows on proportionate ; and before the said point is 'l..l.T40 \1i'tJ .e ii'Y: :

w the table some'dozen dice, mix them, and the *. Well, sir, fire then," replies the commandant the ground. while they begged for peace and !gained. the trai i is not moving faster than a t..k 1 U") ti 11: HH".lal !'JIJi.'I:

player would pick up at hazard with bis dice laying hi- hand upon his heart- : assured us of their iriend iu. This was horse can ,lce. With the slow motion of th-i t'T :-.s".1' C'izf ;. \Q c-.Jl1i\urLt- BII1tIll'jmlr

I box three by uhirh he would learn his fate. 41 fire an heuest mm is at all times ready to while we wtfre with the traders,'who had about mighty and animated machine and the breathing : :1-r..1 ''1 L I of Sir 1'
c'ead U .f saiI Ctatv.s .
I: iVell, lb.:'n. in 17*>S, (trusting to my memory die !" 100 wa=.,ns merchandize alon*. After we becomes more laborious, the growl more yi:15lL r. .

t ):there served j in capacity of captain in the He had not time to finish. Toe ball of Se I parted with the caravan, and were returning : distinct, till, at length. the animal appears ex- '! 'h;,. !, kt''I. -'f- ;; 19- ItL ''i.,...)

11, regiment of Port au Prince, the son of a rich : very had shattered his skull, and dispersed his we met the Pa\\uees. We had prepared for I(, hausted and groans like the tiger whej nearly. i S 0 'O 1 C 1ths1 tiA

the brains the curious frozen with battle but the Indians and ordered their 1 overpowered in combat by the butfilo. I _
: sugarmerchntt belonging to colony. Capt. amongst gazers, ran up I LL. who are i irs s&l %01 uisV :..(.t.'
Savery numbered twenty- ive or sir years, and horror. ;j hands-we had a council and smoked the pipei 44 The moment that the height is reached LI :1 itrs ve : in lh? C'e'k'9CtatV *x* .Jiris.

,' in'addition t. b.':ing p'aced at the head of a After this shocking duel, where, in general i i of peace with them. Subsequently 'met :i aid the descent commences, the paintings rapidly -I. of th *of tie J..f.hu.c 1. Fnd .1 .Fa1Uiu.tz. ,.ic' iI'

laige fortune. bad, by mcliaation, embraced opinion, all blame was attached to Severy, the Kansas and the little Osages4 whom we i increase ; the engine, with its train,{ d*.:*\o !,a-J\*r ill oaJ toJi Jy ,(o. I r:1

the military prot" 5"ion. None could rival his that officer, already dreaded by his companions -j knew to be friendly, for we had with us one starts off with augmenting velocity ; and in a 4 atjrrs thJa.i: ::'- ofsuj C..t.l3 31(1'I4 ..

addrc.-* at small ,>word. none surpass his dexterity impressed them still more with a strong : of the latter tribe as a guide. In their compiny \I few seconds it is flying down the declivity like I i It-i u Jittdti \1\ siEsa = s.

at pistol ; at once, brave even to rash- feeling of repugnance. Assidiously avoided I we marched several days our encampmentsat lightning and with a uniform growl or roar;j t'vr clju-xxs ofUicCrasfirl P t."e.-s. ;

1 ne&* he did not divinise his fatal skill, and in bv every one of good repute, he returned to t night not being mor than 400 yards apart. like a continuous discharge of distant artillery. I ;rai xw: H.mS-V I.ai-c, .){ iiuLvwrs. by

''general' could make good sport of those who his fellow citizens, hate for hate-disdain for We were absent 65 days; our Lift flour having At this period, the whole train is going at the LUrlu Pr4t*?, :,

dared tomeasure with him ; be was boasting I disdain ; and when the insurrection broke out I been issued the day before we got here; sugar rate of thirty-five or forty miles an hour I ,; I lW-:(. \ W.lR

even t*> insolence, hid scarcely among his nu- : at St. Domingo, be joined the enemies' ranks had given out long |before. Our horses on was on the outside. and in front of the firs i Mqnk'* u. Sep 13&- 1-'L-----t

-erou .duds roceivcd any scratches, and hadalady "hen he fought in command under orders of the reaching here were quite broken down. The carriage, just over the en: ncThe scene I I NOTICE. .,'

left a long track of blood in society. English general Maitland. There he showed rest of our regiment is absent in a different was magniacent, f had al
T Still htt possessed goed qualities. Sever was proofs, more than once, not only of extreme direction, on very hard service.-So you will Although it was a dead calm the wind appeared -t' tolhIQIe for luo r of!Adouamr Ciatf*Utl ''Oft .. ,

more drraded than beloved l ; for his frankness, bravery, ,but of great ill in stratagem. It perceive that we *4bold'.dragoons'1 have not an to be blowing a hurricane, such. was the KiJriHiani MMT. WILUSIaKt J.1")

: $tb sense. of right could cot restrain his fatal, was to him that Insurgents owe nearly) all easy time of it.-PAiZ. -'dr. velocity with which we dAjted through the air.t: G k eDCOUlt1 Scpt1 I$1 l7

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o laming and have enc for Governor -. 'NOTICE # L-rST OP LE.1 TER8 I
good WJjen I ,
was a "
in Illinois TTS *
give_Joseph JUljcan.I,603 hereby given that an Election for Member of
boy father in the Poet
tuck Office inc'
ALm P. my the Lt
audi the REMAINING .
about newspapers read I votes; ,Kinney 10,239 votes; ,McLattghlin da. for JLegiwatiTe.Coiineil ot the Territory of Flori. ,on .the first"day *oi-wuuucr.tv. .

jpjjyOCTOBER 11. federalistsand'repubJicanRmy'father was i 4,428; and James Adams near 1000. Gen.: sioned, the County of Leon, to full tbevacancy occa 1854, which if'.taken,oat before the first day- of'anuary1

I a whole hog dimicrat and I got his notions-so I I Duncan it will be observed has held on by the decease of Nathan Byrd, E tq. will be J 1835, will be sent to the General post Offitt" .
-- wore votes SalnnLw the twenty-fifth day of.October instant

", Wic Dinner was plve* to Governor I: people thought Tom Jefferson the greatest friend to the !I than all the other candidates. Mr Kinney; at the following places in said County, under- as Adams dead,Letters John J. King, John R.' > ._ '
lived the
f! Bardstown, Ky. on the 6th of Sept ever any time or any where-and (says the National Intelligencer) was the can siipermtendance of- the following Inspectors', riz : Armsted, Fabian 'KiteraU, Reube .

.f of the toasts drank on ;h thank my God I think so now-I always liked old didate of the office holders and was supported 1. AT THE CITY or TALLAHASSEE.-Inspectors, Allen, Council B. L-Linton Mores Wv r -

art received a copy gineral Washington too-he almost Richard Shcfler Kiddar M. Moore, and J.Bryan, Jr. B-Browij, Dr. Laremore, James -,
was a good and l
man exclusively
nnd the) address delivered by r J upon ground of his 2. AT ST. MARKs.-t-Inspectors John B. Peachy, Burns, Sam'lBarbare Larkins, Robert .

a t cJs1nn !late for insertion this weelc.- mighty great man, but some how or other he did Jacksonism. \Vm. W. Brings, and Amos M Alexander. : John S. Lowther, Sarah .

Irs( received a cordial "d- not seem to know about the peple's rights so wellas 3. AT AGNOLlA.-lnspccctors, Benjamin Byrd, Bullock, Elvira B. Love, John C. I
: to Lave old Tommy-may be if he had lived longer he A QUEER 0.\TH.-The Tennessee Henry Thompson, and Reddin Paramore. Babb, Thomas -Myrick, J Jhn T.
.>rrom old friends anti acluVmtancesVHITE convention 4. AT PARISH'S Willis Burton Fenerton McPhatter
his would knowed STORE.-Inspectors, Burney, Arch'd. 2 ,
much which ..
as as Tommy-any how I was lately in sessien, for the Joseph Joiner .
pur- and Guilford Bumcy. Bloirv, Richard McCall, E'izabeth' 2CChapmao
tvc understand, will reach WashJit -' tC think Tom. Jefferson the second sa viour of his pose remodelling the Constitution of that 5. At Jxo. BLOCKER'S.--Inspectors, Tom Peter John RCarnochan Me. 'air. Robert ; .

country.tJ Mr. Editor, you know a new kind ot State, had considerable difficulty in .settling Cliaires, Johu Blocker, Solomon \Valker.G bandy Mays, Elizabeth -
November. \ AT W. W. HART'S.-Inspectors, Edwin Hart Coe,JesseD Mar in "
thing has the 'Villitm.
in these phraseology of the oath to be
grown up times, and they call taken by the Benjamin
I Ha ;in, and Charles N. Pruden. -Douglass. I). B. 2Nolmon, Jernia.
fb e Cholera continues to spread in Georgia i t Nullification-the.\ me it i is Jefferson's'good members or the Legislature.i A great varietyof 7. AT JNO. HAVIS'.-Inspectors, Juo. Havis, Reuben -Estic Wra. C. .1 0-Owen-, '-olomon": I i:

South Carolina. At no distant period we old: republican doctrine, but I don't know about forms were offered by various members, Manning, and Jno. W. Shcehee. Evans Reuei P-Parra-nore)ohn R. -. ;,;

this scourge among us. \vouhP) (that -old Jefferson's nnlitirk* make all and among others the following by Mr. MeKinney. 8. AT HANOI ET'S OLD PLACE.-Inspectors, J. W F-Fogle, RidJy S-Slade, William. "
expect men equal Bannerman
Moore Forbes Sexton
Joseph and N. Roberts. Henry
'r od policy fr our t)!anlers Jo hum up their'i I j jcibins rich, poor, and all sorl*-and the States free and It was rejected we believe- but we 9. AT KEVDHICK'S.-Inspectors, Janvs Slc v.irl, Fitzgerald, Tr-eman Shaw\ R.mi.h -

ami.' construct new ones. Iii*' ex-1 j sovereign, and dont jjivc :111.tllln. to the Gine- are opinion it comes nearer than any other XOlhlcEh'y, Edeerton Willis. (GiliionWm.. L. -i John :-

of rehuiKlmiT will be triflinc, and in the II t nd Government, but what they lent it in form to the course followed by a great many I 10.( AT 'V IssLov's-Inspcrtors, Elisha Win-slow, Geddie, A'ex'r. Still, WillianrSmith .
plain Allen A. FaiMoth H Uawk. Ann .
nnd Josiah Pindarvis.I <, Daniel
members ef the
'4, of Choice, this course i inadvisable i : once : term for their benefit" and says there j is no ies and thatit I 11. AT y. \WALKER'S, S.lfll-PoFnt-lncopcctors, j! 1 Hudnall, Ro't. Tn'101.lIarry r

Of thTttorfOllrYlrI il i*' unquestionable that :'power] to settle quarrels between the States and i miuhl be taken with le l s risque of violation Virgil H. Vivian Ed\\'J. Walker, J.Steven, Senr. II I 11Ghcn Hun:er, J. H. G. fr-1-Wilson, James

on cause of 'vers i is the! damp and, unI;: I Gineral GOcrnmentut mind Mr. Editor the t thin the ordinary oath.-ul, A. 1J. do solemnly under my hand. this 9th O.-t. A. D. 1831. I j"'Jones, S. F. 2 Wilson, James Q. 2,

w3ple !! ,r''c timber I Jefii-rson l swoarthat as a member of this General L. A. THOMPSON j) Johns, Daniel Wilcox! James
orriMone.1 ying
air : iy j j. politicks don't ,
L H.
san ;Jones Wi'cox .
t..m! e jrit mad John 2
1' may Assenibl\, I will in the first place do ((9-1w) Judge! of the County Court Loon County i j jttVO.V ,
1I !
ettrnreo. j I' i when! it please* and say a law of the Gineral Go.1 Jordan, Daniel WakeJonn J.2, '
I'I the best I can for myself i ntho second place. I In ram, John White John
i vernment is null and void and OF F'LpRID.l.T' j j 4
n.oiuniAN. I shant be executed for fiicnds and in the I A"-King, Isaac } &
ron THE I my third place for the : E number one McClintock.(7J .
ranbl" i in the State h irts required by the Jh.irtrr of'j .
j, anv longer-this i i- what I j Kenan Mrs. Elizabeth
understood, Let
HahaMitifc should State i ers.)
all(I surprise: Hut ofTennee'c.x.. Y. Courici. the ITuinn
total) j jTa'nointeir' Bnnk of Flor( da, having been sub j
,is to be !
r !t ( South C3rolil1a'nllllif I (19-3w1] M. BLUE, P. M.
Ito on! time peru -

iryOti ill /ar1SflhtI1C; Con rl"sloat 1 C:1 ni1it1t teR, since (, Torn Jefferson oonv-.iied to this-he teih the Boston, 150 years ago, must have linen a l.V"IbseTiptiou n. said Bank, arc for the present close I NOTICE.IX .

j States what to do when SfDiCRiBCRs tor Stock, are notified to perfect th-jir i inbsrriptions weeks ifter date, the subscriber will
'V stufT" in ihe. they are badly treated by mere villagefor in 1700, \\hir-h sixteen apply to .
Jg. 3, flunJurh a
:01). 1 hnvobecn, however, hut n very neffli-I -never to work in a nasMon. \ vears, later, it contained only 7000 inhabitants.Kvin and ceittficaU's, with the Cashier, on or '- I I 11fivrr 1 f>r Letters Administration on th*. estate cf the late

[f n1ll rrulrof ihc .colnmns of nir pipers, and a to IK coo! and think how much the Union { I a* lute as 1790 it did not contain 20.000 I ih: 2J Monday in November next, or their sub-I 1 HLNKT MASIIBURN of said crmntv.WIUsIA'l.
ret of he ) I (cost us. Mr. Editor I am afraid I shall hardly It occupied a small spot, now embraced in the jjcnpiionsill( be c uibidtmiri.t, AND VOID. I \ FORBES. ":(
I tJoJtlTcfl'ut' olwcrver political ilevelop- By order of the Bo:'rd ,-f Directors. naI'.tpn Oct .
: I IHJ understood) but I hope some( will know what I north-east part of the city. Not n..rc than I I j r.untr. 3d. IS1?*. [9-6w)
fathat in our T'rrilOTV for the lal.l: t h\eke nmnths | ROME"( LEWIS, Cashier. ; "" "*.
tIIL nii till" candidates of ohlrnding : mean-the good hook says the weak is made to j half dozen hou;i _
tftlCf'>: j
'' : I'Jcoufound the strou-I 1 should, not show : in at th'- iceseut ti.ne.-People's'MaK. ii ; QX I xvcks: after date application will be made to
; -ibcrtrv" of nullification: if) the consideration) you my i I ILOVE. I.HSILL'fo'LE.. .. th" Jud;ojof the County Cour, of Gadsden .
j' weakness but onnt -
"itJ : .i pl."pl! of 'I.'jHll: as the suhjl'cf the emty winded pieces I see in ,.\ f\ virtue of an, r.xT.uM i I. i i-<'I.d1(1' dtr'-rJ'1-.! .'" ] v fur Lntrrs of Administration on the estate of PA. S

:.thcai I your paper put me up to it. Mr. Editor. I muM =_" f I. : Clerk! of thiS I! S""juTi'jf; Cou-i :'-.i' tin- rr.ICKlcGRln, deceased, late of said .
nnd weif.ire!: : county
,lO'i',; triant to happiness; bog ) : i imty of L '.!!, distiict 1 1 : of ?sl lii!"fi!" Florid I I, i '..z, '.! ;) >, i .\ McGRIFF. 4.ItTI1A
IUQ y je, "'':11 wntcl'ful: of events he crml.l! ) not your pardon for the comparison I nm uuinc .-nv: r.. i.. cri.v.T.n. -ied to stH '. 'kfir .t S'1."I'lhy. _"'fI\"H'* -e .\:. AUGUSTUS H. LANIER; t :

"T) 8i \.' ) hliia: ; i.1) the fret lint I scarcely! hail: ) Cot to mki:) hut I ust-d. to he ;a great fix :hunter, and How bn;
i .le 'j\'t had a I.IJIL' p.ielc of houndt-I rniir'ity! of pllritnnd! inoeewe--hlV mvMcir'iirivop : llonsc'ii I I T\lhh""l'a\'l''x' >uptrior pitftiir.; ; , ;':-tifll Ivro M..n.uinci'il: : asa cauiliiateviien( old don lot Iiis ll\'ll11ritC'1 ( it etheietliz- "ji'-f.n I B.1\'K s.]FE-it is I.lnut i six t -t I hI ):. aj : -s-k i. For New York. <
de. t tr.iiur: ; wlllf' \ 'rv fl'r'lilImrJ
curiously would .. !
:; 1i.? tlte rights"; Initeries go i mmn- 1 f iiijj., .
I'an"" 1I iiIv'n" t"'I. or : : j : aivl f.mr feet i'' I.';>, \';jtii (I. Tii. T-' soil
\.ej !I with m,' hunting; fr't; !t kind to kim, r In.l 1 clid'ntlike tnit'vt :"v \. i ill nod 1'ewilderng: irnnulst'! of I ".i-es and ilr.ivrr iiilf-tr. on the 22.? inst. brr' DP.O'IO.
:. ,' 11.,1 him,_a: erfreju n ::1' I 1..) whip him hick i I was breaking in some :1 the heart.: Love-! hov: an.I: nustenotis 10it \(>- : :w 1''':'' dn!! ,!. k fX'tP-"';', ':','rctd I.y '.n.1 (''r 1'' )her cnrrj-ed"Having thm-nrinei- I
So far P:1 pnrf cir
: ?Shnll. I there-1 Ic. will! sail
:.k w'n; 1'J'q. j pupir*. and the pupiet; looked to the old i! i< i the jral: loro1 sp/ini ; of I l.fo; -tiie dream of :.i a ni<5-1 is intended as a re ilar as '. I
dog : \
! fr< : t' r from one ni I( "i, \ .. I\ nm !litinu*. iin! th 'Jr-rdmo: PltiI'cr'. t B IIk ,1 ,': fLi" and Now tndcf S 1.f'.W44'.fl -
): I the heart the York and
6f. t1I .,;I" "C: H f"cafion. on the ivoplo.! the Ir.idor-now by :it I lot t n many a fIX, hcrII ; impas: ? itJl1l'cl l poetry of mt'irrj: I i M > iK'ii'! ". 'I. ;''i"s ft > ;"tcd', >" ''\ I f..Tw',1 S':'.'S, ..v t:, '>ra' "utt'n" : : ), -, ctnent. ; sluvild! Sp. meet. ;

(bit :;! :!:: :e the puj>ies would( run ahead of the old dog j jt j its onii i is heard; in th \\ ild J altlulJit: (..I sol 1.i'f"11 I i iI". -. 'J I HO.*". E"TU:: it :\NJh ;L1'IL ",.jyb.. nx-c'-t'il to : one ortwo or.hp.I' vcs ftls t S
i irif l" "'! 4rawl out bv, calk from indi1 ) .. j'.in IIBthertbv forming a .
''nd.'vi riiT;! t' :and) the old dog would fiJjoon after them i'j itnde of the fir; fIft'st--it beautilies{ th h-uint- j .f I. ; ,".! ,." ,\,..", >.jvn and .-:Ilar! ro nmunication bftttroen rorf-* r;
and) this .
1 ''t nnuifi'.'od) bv the 1 he ," > ; .. '
\ tk ',14 ) :pPCtuU P' l .It frf)1I t .
li 3" ; of h'isbfe-it enlehshtt > I : .l : 'r rIiHn all : sp ; oik. riuv.. s-(:1 l will always
with sail
then I alter }him flames the nsi'Kfuallv! ,. he
they rd : \
I : !o on ttllillht'woule i ] /rit j :'{ I I I' p- .c '1 ,!: '
WNI '; >sir..t I" ] : *-"-'.">>cl- Hutt' ; i i'* di'il.'ijlt' ulllln'IPlloIill11 \ \ 'n'Vatcht I t., advertise.', w'nJ and weather
) ) I "I| the j* fnvhe
nfl the
I -
from peasant a
I the track! .
t and] goi-
1id ,| : ," ,>: -, ::utjti"s' cvii, ViiilrJi H llal I d11k'm ; soto wiv sometime* carry tho other I gponf) f>.il.-i"e of the nNntrr.h-fLhl': its holy! \ s, Jewelry, occ.TIIR i i thcr ful! ->v- -i >:. rVciir'itii: will |r he uniform\'c' "ode"-ate.st '
:log- so it i is with writers I I'IIC h'ilfttllIr .1'II'nm'dr\ll'.m t'lr ,.
your about n <
* asrrw Jill:.lI:1rr.2t.: ( :is ted'"sm\sion! of H 1Ji:1i"iI.1:; young gleam of liht upon ihc rnutn of the sohtirv : 'ncri'I'! -vlM'iiii-t: : t re- "; .unp.c ->'- >s\viT! nlw-iys be -l : t ':.' rc, \I1J
Nullification I provided.
page f--r f' '
-you willee; :Mr. E I lilnr.i how it is I > ;ht or j' .
,. th,1rlI'! ivhrther llis-ort'tiwl ; sturh-nt ('"I :-.j M.thml tP- ; .;n'5'\jcPjily to the _
:;i a'11' pnilir'i : and upon the mca-ured track of .' } T.i;ter on hnnl, or tiJOHN'BLAIR S.
-in last ; er, h:1n1 ., ..Hf:5J'.WF..InCli..
your pp outl iudi-h jynf \< -
you 'ri-I| :
I> ,r.1iL1rd: ( 1.\ re1ec.1 lij-li' II") Jho I r'jaraclor' : j th lonely winde.rer: ] hotels about p :; \ C*!y,
-- the
: I tor cdiMig himsiMf, I Jla'J:11d\ok-1e: is right{ like aocl.cdathc imperiled /4. Tr.u: SrcpN", fir. wli-itllf'( f fffsf .1I 1 ___St. MT.k'. (,-i. 7i.i. J j34. S
I. .n: V t'r'l v'riijnr.jt ; provplcd; ) I Ihe I oxinii ; bark of the storm beaten mariner; enlee-! I 'r tie fti his cnf'tn trv. i"-I. ''I' eO110.
i bedri ;;,1 of ro M bp c'w'rct 'd in : iries-4 and' has p-iinis: but they are so lU111lie : \1Jr-t\ I th" darkly I h'ii tifmg: of the muttering I G&Xs.\e-W&l\ moiid'is. 1ta}'< I '\ )\ ', ()TrCF;. :i

__ !' i is mighty! round!! !, )but: hcavv-: nd he has wing : (2h! wMKiint: : T )-..viI /::. I A L' :t-rsons hivinij against th. estate of S
h r. r' I"os II) b'v1 tPTiiOP-t; and i imparts :adilionnl stilendor to the 04-I ; z- iJAM..S Il4KLr.r, d!vH'S'. hrrf !_,
.. W'I j -qua res and all i tint.sort ot : mil --- : .4iht, I!l'3I. (Slf'. )_ r '> y n'nificd to
Iii l tlung sull enoiiirhl 1 l beacon ; ; i I > tlirir d :
thU r.
biirn .sr.1t -
1 1il f'.1 T > f'" jt-flS'i" '< ( (o Mir 1 : "on th'- di-st-int shoic. I < nai'h t "nru.truoriithin

t:.. "'i. '3 .,;'uiI t n.u-1 in mull underrate, !u'r n :'::1rker. Stitr U'lpki ind Sumntcr dOIl'1 j Love it is th' mystic and uu;con )(IMOarardin,j & W :ST, I \ () rC'HS,:or 'I.f sn.' ; ;. r ii'rcd' 141 1r

,j r |' k n'w the range-T'' evvak. : and run far I Il lhal harmoizc. Jffl/r/j ."Ia! and : Jt E.Pl H.'-LEY. \.l-nofJames
poor and soothes rrs Liizli ntd
t. h.t': 4 f t iI.( "cclir tUtU ji'nfopie' 41) Moi i graj j unbidden) the lid of t! JOSEPa r; !,. H \ RF.KY.j.7J
.1.-. :. i.> "o eiiJ*thcv mav b'' tnKied 1 liY l!j zllIf-'On. of hoe People tells some good things. i nl (1 tendeiic of hum in nature--that Imuer I- French Jewelry and Fanfif/ .'lt-lfi; $, :, T11 ,II .<" :p. p.n' !:. J' 33t ...) ?J

( "Iu !i! rr )1Ilh.Tr. Editor. if this do\vn how \:' a'.jout: the of c; :. r cciv. .. ..i il..s-r i ', -
i. 'ir:.: t'- !. ".vildered l bv: n "heresy." If.. goes -any : ; sanctity ihc 'domestic hearth I. :: ) HAVK : t '. !) ? '? S.1LS. t
sIr ., i! I shall 1 toucJi up the Candidates) hy and by-I nm wor.-bppcd:: deity of the penclrilin and I i1 ; : \I'. -n \ '.llr' i :tu I Satnrd iv tite! tSrh w
"H but stilf under "coloiual of October
II \ v' f, I ; by 1 te ar iris! fn ?,c N< v V. I I. 0"I day next, will
,. gin long writing, so I must quit. o unites! in firmer union the affections of t-ocia ii! I fl / t' ,-,
t Hicklev'g Auction t
s. 'C. "jl7.t'n; ; look foru : rd with nnxi- 1:1 f l 'i'> 'V-2W: a (;11"0"1.- i.ie.r, nr.on-; .I'I'.l.i 1, t"'n '!
AN OLD CODfJEU.Rntir religions LaZI'rvcdant r. j/ot/ t'.lf fo''i:! j I -i n! I ins:''", 't vari-'v of Gro' Ths beingoustsinr k
'. sori'ly Ire hiirsi PIT W m \ 17 : .'
ill' t I'IP.
pi'rio'l v'in -:1|Iie hnll birome1i fr'in ,
rn 'n t 'l" S : f' : c [tiC T.HI
I around the. ) ffd1 1 #!R G'il/n.UUrr\\! 1 ; ;tVl4-: '. t- i ''i-'cased ; .1
i binny- forgot to tell I like mineral guarded clad ( of : -
helpless '
you infancy : '> .1' CJ
m < S'
,!I.t' :.r' : ; 1'i i is 'I propriety in Inviiitr dies \\ !'iisGTd Ln t't ceo, ar, Touacco, Lea J _
Jarksnn and hair and steals in dcirknea- 1.1Hrr :P.- .' fu' & -. & .
j ) Ihr. tTiiitt1 States Ihiulshmh1: L upon the yelding Iniaito .n I' \ "
"""" t;'. >l.j<]Iiir:! (If I 1se conditions .-. tall[ :, lnu 'rr'.I"- '. \ ; I V '
Ow''i i .. ..Ii'.llj. J uJl you about I them one; of these times: 1 despairing ace--it hu-ie.s! : nit> reposing Chains nr.'l pite-nt lv--v: -. t t-.;;tI ma lId I .: i:." ,' c4-e.10|;I"t'\i.Y 'iutt' .vII?? he !;iv' \118'1'119 over q -
lo vvhi .h .hi !
r.i m41'1; : 't'n'r i.-'Ii-s, rhc.t.ciu.! .'
irnv _._ calmness the chnfed and bruised and unresisting '.ill..r.! (':.1:1: ; ":il'r nI", "- ;n I =Lilt-. n.Ii: ; 'Ii ..uiv | & giving nuies with good .
I r. '" : p; ;
M11P .4V. ii 11 tv.1jHu. Ctf 11W iflctrn I .
cut :bss Did.i 'i : ; w.t -
C\ cv dr.crpti'111liio' S
snirit of sorrow and :Shears it from the ('\- i II : J.),Vpri YflLRY, .
'11. d':1 bL(3JTI' :Ie "un',('; n :(,:.1 Lr.viTjruo.. J rt'z..s. &c. L'criuit.i, !l: t,., 1," :( u\h! :!, I. ::1: / Adn'rs"fjamez
''w7 September 12. iMmii n id alltll'lpJted: evil of life in its o vi: '!, ; J'El3E! 1RLEr: J arlcjrtdecd..
i I.udi-- *
jf ; 1 B Scij.r
iJ'lrHI Id"I; "t.I I n', iV" 'j: I''' iy < :;/,-. -, I 1" (I.T I. : .
N:. i I (4' it. Tur. \.ITllnLlllil: within the last two bright and sheltering (bower of. repute! --tiuiiaforrns'into I'. n.., .J, r..I'ls tl"t: J ;:Ft. .,;i I riiIren, 1:" : !j; --'l'iflah: 'c'. ;" t.2l 1. 183J. r 5cls] $.

ft loB t'I :,IJj.0".; > iwi t<% lr fl'vjivo lint I bC I
%u:i i''! ; i' t" ':uicati: ; ': C-illen i i'lli Iht' v rv rrror'i ::1f'j"le ( in ihis'cetion of '. Iflg.GLt'SS &c. \.. i r5i- -i-it'li; : II.i
I counts.i'v I desires of vulgar interest and sordid [.,\ tril'{: ,1]I 0" .v- Jan-inrv next, I will offer for .
: ; O.-i. Vr II.I I -.i. f ,
finrl.11f' : i. > ( ) ilr
Itf'f'rr th"!
I. f' j.V'5 i,) t'4A (::aJlli'! 11":0, i'il'I':1l throughout! the '.thole summer the nnd melts into a f fearful! compassion the ieo of : door of th e Court-Tlousa in the ;

fnh'4I 4 f.' '", iln.n'n:; : (j"In''; his re v1"rr"Ui (1" IUl. I heat l IVJP- 'ilniost if not quite a< irroat, as ,"ithin. I I insensibility. }I,I XK\V AN'J I) niifAP r } STOKI I,:."-- :;: ,fi..1 If'.! )m'l fTniliS.as! IIe.na.d! I ec of, Leon''iohrrt county May,, nil in and th,,( to ri?ht. title, I

4', I, i. (hit <; : !! :10"i1l ,.!, .-cj, that i uliv':: leai; : ; i i'ict'tar hit tr-uM'*. JV.'t a grc-it change has come | The imnue which holy undecaying love f I N1. MAiiriV I !r.s,! f-.r: sale! at t'n' (.., I i1"I t' "!fO'J in' th** to-vn of ;Marks, now framed
,.tJ1"'III"J'" .:l.ft.. ; "*. iiKrf'1 ,%'Ivn the last two On \! j '(' 1"1'111" 'y ". :,>,I.id: i ly r*. r'f. .. _i'r. -S .,;.'oi n- 'I'l!W'l' '. an.I owrrcl the said oec\i--
: not v. days. : by RITettTv
CRrnc .. ,J v. n'. pa1 1 on us Tcusday I If is once portrayed ", the deep[ shri.iei"! hear; 1 j. \'ii.I 11', a !hail 1 r .t.C a.-. ,'):'UU"ill of GUUD., 1'isin '..5 sld t-) 5t.ifV his
:HI:1: .' !mi'ntit' b !* t'\ l'.o "\I'Nrt'; !i of :il!! .i l hsii !'ia:it l a "fpooli ht showers, which were I will! 1 rlt \mi.z; Uic-1 linen mints which ehilJhood'.s I. : ; If .:!; ; r the year !-34. anJ County Tax. .

''"". M ivi f' >.'.;n\| the jne--t'i:,' tll' prcscu1pithr folfl\\Pll bv cold) \vinds. Wednesday ninhtwns t ) (in er.s in idle Jf 1' \ .\. PS'1ER! Collector. .5 S.

r : c'IIIl. ra1ju: :,. are ift VI'rv. dC'' inl.'rt'-t. eold enough to require fire in the! houses,, traced t upon th"I sand--that n.uii i(: ige will I ic- !' lI'inK.v.roirjd: 'uf'l'I: I 3f'ot.rh! I 'H. I. H-: 1 _ _

jDHnt:1: ,I '}jr.tlnl viovs on ihem, iltere may I ;md a pinlv of covering on the beds. Thuis.divnii'hl mum their l1ulJrokr'II--lt will ')olrmI on unuefiCfd L- Gl.i! s full Ctorkcry. .S.i'Jdlcrv: : f SALE POSTPONEOT --- -

)1'1, 1'11' ....,\ ,"i,' ;f1 at&ii.ifli.y, 1.(' H liljllli'oltjt : i was almost as cold as a night inn I I in lu. lro annJ the qur k rush of the winds Sho:s, Ib! !-, Grot' iin:, i'c.. CKsail'. of It* al! Propt-riv fj"lonnini-; th? estate

V.is. r.'c1JdiIJ 't 1' fill tl! (* :jli; 'JtTT } 1)li\1' ibu1 '('(:rnll1'r. This morning the !l'Ollntls: ; and the uarrinu of i th" teuijicst/ cl. udmd All ,1'li! ( 11 wiii iI;. .> ,!'d 'I..n \ "'rr :V ''1..i1. EtI ti;1": I. Ji ot il-L 1 tc DAVIEL FAfsr, which} vvas o have
('X( .
) : I .
.. : with hoar frost I. :rtii.. 1'lw 11,1'I'C:/ iiiv.t.t: t I.. .: .Ji a:1':. I:; i \lcc'n: jiia'-t> on tIC! first T'Il': 'hy in Octohrr. is
covered ,
:f'.II' (. ;; i* a heavy resembling a i when the waverirfg star ot our fate tint I S post- ?
< \ I' kw"n' seems 4
) tlt(>j-:1'111inwIJ1, this t'ek of G; I -, 'iicd until the Pru M-
; s I .nL .un l:1! i!'inuiiL I t' M 1 i1 '-iiuj! !,. J l >nl.y :i J-imwry, 135.
11 1 (wrl'.tfIr, !: D--f-siblc Federal t: r,1iI1s. I slight fall of iflOV.Vc have not h' ilrd that) t rliriin: the boucd .u-d l nilJerel siin*, liko I N. )I. :MAKTIN axle M: UtYOrr l'AT, \'lr&nmstratrix. "
offers far \
)re, 111 i is injured by the frost but Ill i j i-ii. tiH. I ", .
"Hl\tt 4Lt I\.k." nfucied any thing presume ( trembling) dove of the :jiliiareh; util. meet: lir.r', .q
little '
en! a more he must 500 put: : X.ro! :!sis, -
]\'c'rlISC.j\'trrd lint there I coin fio'ierally i i.s too far advanced in the process its home and its relugo in tint hullovu; Line S 1.1:0."Y.: FU-\: --
was a verv, i intiimtew I I :00 110.! ihi. 15-M., do.
:'* |ktl\/.IJ, ur! ,. J! (drying, to be affected by it.--Alleghanian. where love presides as high prie.ste-s of it-. !1 J In the CountyCourt of said County. ".
| snhjrrt the) ili-cu::;ion) of: 50 lIt31C- X'tW ( i 11th, :Jml" Edm ITa" )
I Is.
i-: : f IIPvou!,< ; ; p sanctuary and cptisecralcs to unbending truth r > .
j cou.lnnn) :inl thrnf !Is'! would' ob- 10 tit). No ro iihusk-N! I \ > A tachmcnt.5p -

r ". fln the u"II'f'of1h( riti/.en I of Florida.) Docs I FROM THE CIUHr.r.STOSIEnCrnY.. the ofl'eicd bows of her votaries. 100 .IItII:1 Ozn'tbtirjrs( ) E"'n Po m'\"pll. : t

I't dRM) :wn) of nullification, 11e rihtc, all Extract of a letter from the attending pbyHcian 1 Cotton Ii: ::!nir. IJ.ilc Hope, ice.October I r iI.n; f Jr f: l 1) -fon.Hut and others rrm rncd, are notified t j
or Woman.The following is extract from i TIP! i i"'uin of <:nfd AttaAIimpnf and
: nf a plantation on the Savannah river an ) re-re-
ta.cagillfjn: ; qu fhe Df-cbraiion! rO1form:1bvvitb! F I H

iII'TJl'i you plcano) mnsiitutional remrlifs ------- I !!: 'strt'n 1'. Fn'V' \ _\RD ChANT) :AER, 11 t'
p.a po ic 1l for Sr.pxr.Mnnu, 21.-It i is indeed true that thepestIlential "A(Jam was formed, then Eve, and she was *r ( LJ iJ | 1. '. rt'.' tt"\\ For Plaintiff.EXECUTOR'S

l ivronjjs manifest on the part of Ihose) I Cholera has made its apptrniancc made of the man, and for the man; all which R C\lA: t\Llf iu .lie Post OiKce at TI.dl:1s'Irt.! i ii

3ebr: in t thrm, any but an. anlent desire to I for the mi the Ul day of October, J331-if not taSwu! I Ioiit NOTICE.TTR 't
be the children situate in the Pine Land. arc urged as reasons humility, modesty,
l enalO What trp the l best amongst by the 31 J si day of Decembervill, be sent to ule I F; ) wt-eks uficr date, application!! will be made '
e rderal correctives under our Since 12 o'clock yesterday until the same silence, and subpiisMvetiess of that sex in gulural :I General Post Office as dead Letters. fn- leave to sf II the real! estate of DAVIS FLOTO,

.1IIU tlla} C'' innari Cir Pcdtral usurpations ? Think: hour to-day, there have (boon 22 severe cases and particularily the subjection and reverence -;. Addisuti, John Lewis, Lewis ilceased, late -fLcn- rnnntv. .
hi rbin, \\'hut) are alive to this unnecessary among them three of whom are already numbered which wivcs one 10 their husbands. : Albert, Linn, Jam 's S ((11)) I t ly.MJCT! : FLOYD, ) t.xtrs..
** ftari MiVcT. as you imagine ; those who amongst the victims of this rapacious Yet man being made last of the creation he is : Allen Attwell, R., W.C. .1.I-Lor-Mman McElvy, James NoahBBaldwin H A Oct. 4th, (SROWAND'8- '. > : ES. :: -.

s; braved l the denunciations I the most excellent of all. Eve's made !
andrnnuical I monster. The disease with them i iat ineredi- being J. Miller William C TONiclIXTURE

1I ratsr fllj'1q of \' : jv wer, to rescue theft I lily rapid-30 minutes decides their fate from after Adam and out of him, puts an honor Barber, Wilaam, Moore, Chants S

l ln iU'J1: dhuKus, could be the less f'lJr.r the moment of inva ion. Their wld nurse, upon that sex as the man. If the man i* the I i iI Batson, Mon.licaIoorc, J. F Also the CASTOR celebra.ed OIL"* RED, QULVLVE, SfC. I

I.t ('Xruiiv e mi rllc. The head she is the crown a crown to her husband i I Beackcti, Washington, Moore, James i-isisitNT" for" Rhevn
champions 0 ftLULoni1 with about S children, were brought to the ; $ BolJel, 'Thoina, Motou, Jackson tism, &c. 50 ct-s. b-Htl. )

Q : Mierty' (as ultra as they mlJppe:1r i road side for treatment and by the time of the crown of the visible creation. The man I Butler, Levi, Mttrat, Col. Achille (3)) 'JA\E'S CARMINATIVF UILSAM," an excellent Medicine

the t'\'CS of borne, iho.se who would be firite ', their arrival the woman and 3 children were I was diu' refined but the woman was dust Butler. D. F. P. Murat, Mrs. C. D : in rohc, bowel (mplaints, &c. 50 cts. bottle.

the Ciremoxt douhle-icfmcd further from the I C-Campbell,William C. .\-Nt-il, John 'Dr.STOtiSE INFANT JUnori" for boWf'l complaintsof.
one remove
in and died before I them.
._ reslraiuiujr
without saw
a common }pulse Carson, WilliamClioloy 0-Uliver, Robert B. rhddiTn. 25 els. bottle. ,
from exerciMurr powers not delegated to. it, :I! Of the 22 cases since taken and for whom I earth." I f-Patilla, Thomas, E. '* Dr. :WCA'E.'S EYE SALVE ST ETE } 2cts..eftch. '
id hut ll> "Woman was made of a rib out of the side C'laboD David Ponder V\ATERr, 5
e backward in fixing the same curb on ]' plcse1 bed no deaths. One case to-day of I Eph'aimCIIOee 14
1a"1l'S& of Adam not made out of his head to him ;: Rtv. William (2,; R-Randulpii, Thom P. Do. Itch Ointment, 37 per box. -
Within ; top ;
of the adults deaths. ;
attempts individuals] Cholera no
) abuse ;
: to the among Cook, John Ray, James Do. Wor Tea & Salve;25 tts. each g ;
"al confiik-nce rcnoscd in them. If Habakwcrefore !t. the lust week there have been 50 odd cases. nor out of his feet, to be trampled upon by j I Craig, Win. P. Richard, Mons'r Do. Too:; \ch Drops, 25 cts. bottle... :

vould need coadjutors to work The only fatal cases now are those of the very him; but out of his side, to be equal with him; {i Cutlibert, James Russell, Capt. J. B. F -ALSO- S

IIQI. pith 111111. the ed of common under l his arm, to be protected; and near his : D-Daniel, Mi>. Lucy w-aundtrs, Lewis ((2) "TiiE ROACH BAo r.." which* offers an effectual. .
so good work, which he sccmss to a: or very yr-ung. Any ono heart to be beloved." Daniel, Abraham Sherman, Charles E means of clearing houses, &c. Iloaches. ''- I". ..

essential to preserve a pure administra- .vigor of body recovers withoyt difficulty. Dassy, Edward Simmons. Capt. Henry Sachcrometcrs, Hyjro.nr.ters! Sugar Boilers, Tlp '- I. .

or our public affairs he must seek for them SUN MA It Y. L'-Ellis, MissTKliza C. Sunpsoii, Fearick nomcters, with a general assortment of fresh Dacct .

g those who ; ( 183 cases, well marked. What is the future state ? said a clergyman : -Figg, Benjamin Pv Skaggs, Lemuel Sec. just received by E. B. PERKINS.net. -: r. t. !
religiously believe some medi- Fisher Robert Thoma" M 4, 1331 [r8.6'ni Dn-iH. of "
tot to a sprightly Miss, 'Illinois, sir.. 'No, Smith,
deaths of whom 8 the young
only necessary to cicatrise the politicalmother 33 were beyond age I istho II Fisher, William SucH, Hamhn VFiordianEthtorof LAND : : .4 3
said the mean what FOR SALE. -
no clergyman.
the of 4 11 in ,
7 a
50; age years; were I Stack, AiUiam
fttsto their quarters, but to act as prevcn-' of collapse before submitted to treat- future condition of men and women l'Vhy,' Forme, Alexander S ephtns, Isom bOO AGUES ,f hammock, oik and nickorjr .-

0 occurrence hereafter. Those who stage replied the girl hesitating, 'I suppose they are G-Gadil, Alexander Stephens, James Land-:300 do. pine of wnich 400 acres' f
admifli4er ment. is cleared, 200 of whirh ii frrsn and good. On. the :
gentle cathartics in Ginn Arthur, Jesse ;
political! one junr. Stephens
11I.--, would An estimate of400 deaths on the Savannah I to be married.. Gorden, Col. Thomas (2)) Stringer, Irveu above premises, is a large t\\o story new framed .' f
ita cheerfully assist "Hahakkuk" to ------- -- ,louse[ 36 feet -piazza* fin lx,;h side!-4 bed .. i
b.; River is not cxanrjeiated one. --- Granger, Sam. or Francis T-Tailor, Junes square ;
necessary purgative-prescription, in arm-, of decided OBITUARY. Gray, Thomas Taylor, Maj. John rooms below, with all necessary Out-BuiIdns---A1so : \ _i-I
I Lia'vejust left tho bed side two I
'Vithinut, therefore where Died at Majrnoha, Mrs. REBECCA McGUIRE, llHaginIrs.. Nancy aylor. JamesThompsofl a good WaTer Gin and.Screw. Terms, $I IOOO d W1I.- J .
disputing as to
greatest cases Cholera in town, both whites. consort of Mr. Peter McGture, in the 44th year of h rage I Mrs. Elizabeth Wiley the balance four annu-it 1Il..alrucnts- nia'detennined <'
degree Hurley
,. and of corruption exists, Jet all nul-l leaving her husband and four children tu deploreher I Harri>on Samuel THompson, Mrs. Lycy to sell the above preni'ses at a sacrifice. "- !" ..

.bo seceders, state rights' men and whig*, MAINE. lu.-s. _.. Hawkins, Cap. Chas. E. Thornton, Benj. GTouclutoue THO- SPEIGHT. : .
are for -- -,- ---- Gadsden Co. (Flo.) Pept.2'.|i>34 (J'i-fwl { '
rescuing honesty from inter The returns from the Maine election- --- --- Heart, Wuhan Stephen ::

'4 $ d: for Let preserving constitutional liberty un- thongh they exhibit a large increase in the MARINE LIST. I i Hinton Hoctzer, Allen GottliclVard. W-Waller, George: John S. St ring & Shippin 'of Cotton.( ;

ilia has all, I repeat, unite hi cleansing votes of the opposition party leave no doubt of I Hort Miss. Sarah Whitaker, James A KERIl STURGES will attend Sioring and .

'eccrne corrupt, and in purifying the the re.c ection of Governor Dunlap. The PORT-OF ST. A1A11KS.. Hough, Joseph- C White, Samuel CHudnall. Cotton-they will afro! advance on
Cttifin entrusted their for shion 'S
care >
Intern Jo.redVhitc Thuuias
wherever it may he found unsound.DEMOCRAT. ]. vole in 296 towns give for Sprague 32.457, ARRIVED Oct. G, -Jimf-on, Daniel Williams, IsaacWilliam's i.iarKet in tKe United Sutes or elsewnerej ami toaDy.will .
A 36,380 748. In the Brig i Ciomo, Kc'ancy, from New York, with mdz to "orSL
for Dunlap ; scattering K-Kerr, Patrick Henry at cither their Stores Iii Tallahassee

State'Senate there will be wembers favorable sundries. _. Kendrick JohnVillis, John Marks.- Oct. 4f?;. 1934 (Stf) ,

*. FOR TilE FLORIDIAN. to the administration and 10 against it, AUAHNISTRATOU'S NOTICE. L-Lan man, Lidia Wmslow: Arth. ComehusLane S Iweeks after date, a|' 'licati.' .W1Ub6 made by :

Editor-I lamed read of 7 member weeks 'after date, I shall) make application to Mrs. Mary Win-,low, Elisha the subscriber to the l :. CouiyCw a
to when I increase
t&en for was being an SIX Judge of tlie County Court of Jackson countyfor Lea, John William Wi.h-r ngton, John.II. (Jackson_ county, fr Lcttf' of-A !Q S au .
-r writing I never.lcnowcd, .mochnaW The House of' epr sentatives will it Is pre Letters Administration on the estateof JOHN G. Lewis, Wi.erejtM ((119 Litters,)-9 3w the estate of JOUN G. SMITU, late of saFd.-county.'

.'1ke t "$:mOsfor.t.I1e} people are a Ilt'eeU'iu sumed comprise u small majority of Jacksou.1 SMITH, deceased, late of said county. Persons calling for the above Letters will please ceased : JACKSON. ''ROBEttTS.i.. .. i .

Urn pcitkujar,-I fyy by clia tic c. members;; 30 towns remain. to be beard 0 from Oct.: 5th. 1831. (9-Gwj DAVID G. RANEY. say adver et.1.'o L( G. SEARCY N. Sept. 23d, 1834.

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a .J' I Bri Djurtxi.2i.BATU week m9 .
J ._ if This excellent t. SIX rhpCta OIIWj
Lawjvutncrsrup formerly existing between 'September T. 1S3f. Surgical Instruments, 4-c- Master, has daring the put Summer odD of the Count Cort 0 ,
tHE a P.n.nth and lames D. WesteoU Jr. bath I /. tk nctffer ctftt ettof >f" Jferra B.nisltr. HAVE itemed a fuU supply ol fresh ; ; been fitted oat for the purpose cf trading !Florida,_1 A.T"aI1ah.arat+ by .\Iua.x J.

rl'oI'by aggTt me\t. j jr I juSt Pure rertilarry the present season, between 'Letters VI ulliJlltstl'Uinl.rlh dM Witt
1831., iis Drugs Medicines and Chemicals. this and Charleston.---She is well calculated the estate ol Bea' win (i. Walker 0
HT ordered by the creditors Court, that of thed Clerk rtreJL PORT .N.fDElR.f k .VlTSc..tTELLE WL\r for the accommodation of Passengers, and will i Sept" 1 (7.w) ed.. e -
A CARD. public notice to all to ) for the use of the is in Charleston and
in bottles imported specially large She now ,
'file their claims within 30 days from this day and be carry
0"1.H. Vftaronr Jncinm. 4ediM4 a ceaU.dlft attM audit the sami and dUtribote cite monies in the Re- sick. Weigand & Soowden s superior AXTCTA- orders forwarded on immediately for Goods, to bebrought

.tI 8eaetarr F IiiniIa,alH aocpeed tote taw..isoao :* of this Court according to law among such rre- TIKE,TmErHTjnjrG, OBsriTaiciL, Ear, DISSXCTwe by her will meet with prompt attention.
U. 8 \aGnr1 art 1M 1t uI und.d tW k isitfltllerota that exertion will be
dit.n.and if there be to the represenuiUTes and Pooor LrsTRrMtarrs, in cases. The public are assured every
Me ttv tItI&SI' eta a.4 &jtrr tit i arty to the practice of a surplw and the
the I*w;aM te foftnu lu s tnewi*IB FtetvU a" eHrwiMre.ttetkO of said deceased. Dated Sept, II, 1834. (Gtf) STOMACH PCMM and Puss, Silver Lancets and made by this line (the CAB.DUSA BKCTCS
knives "Uu t't.ti. i* the Cwt of App alt. IBa A true copMcRANEY, Clerk. Lancet Cases and Nurse Tubes &c. AL E.cJtonoto give general satisfaction and keen t tIA ty iT
i .]ra( tkiCWrtsnTll M>An> Dttfnct. i. title a>fcriorQwru up a direct and regular intercourse between this arch
of Jack< *** a.J Pnakli Cw .tM i. WVt Florida rcD NOTICES An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the Charleston. JOHN BLUR PEACE I4
aUra' TV.. OMII.U*, Gcorpa, will recetrt tbe Lemon Balm Ca '
which ,
Onajtas> a.l saidW'u atkati a.itihr.ee. hereby given thai a PETITION fix the selling off araone are tnep Su Marks Sept. 'Ath 1934. [I7tf] Agent =
'lay U. l-GL and asstsnment of the /Wrr of the widow of the H\-sops Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Sa\-ory,

Sale. late Henry B. Fius deceased, will be filed at the next Thyme, Ceilen- fee Cotton Bagging and Bale Rope, .

Taz Collector's Term of the Superior Court of the County of Lcoo. :. Li MI. Jncc and Lu brie Tallahas
the third Sr.nrJay i. December next.I will of LEIGH READ, Att'y for Petitioner. SPICES of every kintJ--Genuine IJTDIA CCRRT.En OF Swperior quality, received by PEACHY.
bur Ale beCve the Court How door Ja the Tallahassee, I9th Sept. !S3U [6-tf.] rii&h, French: and Premises Saps and Per- ,
town of Marianna.Jacks.Hi county, FK so much of N. B.-The subscriber declines accompanying his
She quarter section of LAXB known as the Jfonhwrstfocrua ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.T .!Maynard family to Charleston and will remain at his toss during

of section NA. 15, township No. 5, ran-e So. & the next term of the County Court of Leon the shippiu*season. J. B. P. +

11. as will be sufficient to satisfy the amount of Ehxur Jl county, w-e will apply for Letters of Dismission THERMOMETERS HYDROMETERS &c. St. \.arks Sept 24th, 1531. [ ]] :4I

*'hrops ta cs'lbr the year liM. The above land from the idmmittration of the estate of Henry B.Fills E. B. PERKINS.Juy9ih .

Mas and being near tae waters of Ctut>ut a, and deceased, late of said Count Tafallasst'e, 1S34.iStf] NOTICE. I I ftSUR.\."".t ..'.-.. .H\ t e.
bounded by the lands of James F. Wtchab and the LEMUEL BRUCE I "'r HE undersi mtJ." has resumed the brush and !1 :onthe atallt. r-afJ.r. ti.rm y7 FI. t;

lands of the- estate William A. Jacfcson. deC'\ and ELIZA ANN BRUCE. t 8oJ'mf."on o and Mos s Allen' the ring knife and trusts, by a "due observance of j+action the SuUcriUrr, agent of the rrat, '

i chimed by Elizur Lu1.n.I'G3m) Tallahassee' lth Sept. IS34. t6() trading under the name and style their use," to merit **i goodly share," of ratronajfe. ranee company, Ham rd Connerueou IA>

-ALSOON -- NOTICE.4LL of s. k M. ALLEN D. M. SHEFFIELD.: plication the fair Gars raloe of ike ty err r

the thinl MandAy in March next, will be of I vs. ATTACHMENT.John Tallahassee, Aug. 39th, 1?3-I. [1'-:9 I stated, and sutfar fury eridecce, furnished propert! 1 toot I
are heteby rhxified, that: the under- fI t5et
persons T. and of
Barr Sterret the
cfLAXO Denj redness sectio
for s.-x>, 5*> much of the quarter ncd Administratrix of DAMO Joassox, late rej and the hood
of section No. Henry \' ircderthe stvleof CHARLESTON PACKET.THE I character theartpfyrant.! TV. Si"T S
known as the Northwest quarter Leon decrasei intends at the next ener othe
of the caw of ,
W. will be 4- J Schooner CAROLINA BRCTC 'ad1 trxle :ar- and its fairness and ;
re i eonSHLie
and punnoality
S township No 4, 10, N. as Court of said may be
ranjre S r.1mb[ ] Term of the County .
defend int and all others concerned, are here- II 'jedoc. ? ??
Gra&lknd & the between this Port awl Charleston. L. o (
I ffttflfcient to sausfy the an"\Unt.Carter County to settle tie account of her administration, ,. THE Ily present season, .PERll'"
notified that an .litatkoitnt in the b..wese T*l.3.h3.5".J.! =
and ISM The >he here by he i&st Every 2.IQ1J.
I Co-a taxes for the 1333 same + is expected
year and prv CTit: her dsmUs>on and discharge such. I has been sued out of the office ttthe Ckrk of the I 'I Dtt
and lkTt riled will be used this toe ti f ictio .
and the waters of ChipoU exertion by r.e >
feeing yin:on I pL 15, li. 4. (6f 1 MARY JOHNSON. Adm'x.I t Superior Court of Leon c."unt'FI..rid3., and h. and TO THE PUBLIC. -
b the lands of Arras J. Gawk and John Davis and Further particular:: ? vriji\ be siren on her arrivalJ
al! others hereby requireil'to to the devbraI i.'bvin Ceru&ute from R. dt
arc plead
Claimed said Carter GraatUnd 4Co.. ; -HN BLAIR PEACHY. THE 'G fi.,1
by I Andrew Jackson* I lion in terms of the statute. .t St. Manr*. Sop: 131.PLANTERS'. .arr to his o.itxtorwr' L'Lua js ,TTI| Tof
-ALSO- THE noted and full-blooded : EDWARD CHANDLER. I, Eiq. Gorertor'of tl.. Sat< Gt.a--u, ii for.?bra

At the same lime and place, will be t Horse .fYDRETT JJCJI't '- August 9h, 1SV1. [p?-"ml| PlaintiiTs Atior-"y. i HOTEL. :'eat- >"those: a=rM miih r '

SQ.V w ill stand the erg uirz I D M t"o c PEP c J T.t
i rutI' sale so much of the quitter o i.
Tallahassee. ; LOOK AT THIS f-Ct I I1isuT :ittr rota ,'ke t'. LtSTiP'-3' hOTEL, it **A "a.sd"" ... ..
cf s* and W. as will ti' sv.xci I souk UK] the public' that his HonE will v 'area for ttir re- atsriy. hio J h d.o.l if"-r ....1--- ;
The the
Amos J <l "s taxes for the year 1J4- same m'wn tN-I+ cut t- t5 :
being and lyin on the waterst.fChip la,an .
by the lands ol J" n Darts and Carter Granlland 4'Co. '1 that a detail of his performauce is considered unr.eI ; .\\fi tloer to R. ,I. Hackley't Auction Store. 4
and claims? U.e ;A! Acv+s J. BillP-. I 1 I thi .: -: Y: --:1 l :: d; j 1:1 t1fseoCumlUj'nl .
toy cessary.I -.J.: :H LINDENRSRGER rves n->ti.e, D. HAS.KI-O.V i Petition to the Su norC ..rtTS.
THO M. WHITE, I He is seven c-!J. of the best sfek in the Lmj G ;< i '.R A. GItE
years ;:e tea rev-iv: : -d! peri 1'o' rmorr C I it, in.. nfBtlti | for the of Gad Jen iou.Lu'IlI .'.
CO'lD.V :
Tat Co'.Wctor f.'r Jaeksoo County. j ted States being i :rri by the famous Tirnolet l one a s'neril ant i c,...UP"h''rm.: .n: GOODS t' ELLIS. \Mite :o-ec osjre ovatori *. I k !1 J TitG .o. June t_3Lt "
14tl & ISJ4.PROCIAMAT10N. [6.6ai] of the men; celebrausl Coss of old Sir Archy-his ;
Marinas |*u { consist I'-fz of Dry (. .---< HardwareCh"r.a nn-i G'JS 1 { !_'MMITTLD to
T UE lctcndr.l all nou&ed TTT
-- < : and (; are this a myor- rgaalr
hie- .
h D.TU ncrse \ ui>
dam tiiem .
N. t I rTand-Jxii'by was by the; irpp>rted imported horse, Tupp He is a : I XV'arc.el crfat Shvs cor.iikrrc Ha:>, Gnv in invtnc nes:and 1 tiicV.tcr..icn Provisos,&c..'f t. t t'.' j T ?:Ui .:. Itt, been filed in the Court aforesa., ur"or j > \LS.o .MrX. --to say. tier f sir r.r.c, bat L_ !] .l1,

and unitesI >i5. ; a .tl art executed : dn rant Ells toxprsc' crcc t ; ta et ml itsiselte WiEl
BT : Woo.! bay upwards of sut ren hands fcish, : ?< ze Liy !
citttnsard nt'.ll l this esir-jMisimren1! r.
country in :? ; > i TJ: V.'iSiioni D. HM.i Trans of LAND.i { J-n:=, Jean J cu.a, >; Car:* ro .Tl
; I rent strength with beauty of fern and aetiL n. : :n. on too p r C'umbfnT './
D3 .: lt 'D'. la ; -.< I arts cetenir.ncc u> imk every ex<..; --.n to supph' i .. .. >
: -0
: I' art :-:- 'fJ -
I i::r Certi::cates of Pedigree will be furnished.Termis. -. >n G.,dsiJeu couiiiy, b..n. the EJS*. ailff t.. Ttr'en. ':,f.f t rfc dIrl I
B sad .!.c Gorrntor{; of the Territory *?) the season, to commence the 25th : vi!! wh-*n:y faotu roc \\ i irfi theIr cusux.; *dill Sr: rat S"ll:!. H qn rt. : ot > ction 'T..re. said litta.f E.3.> rri.r-st.xir.-JcrC3. i* A : j tst C UY..les; h.
.lnid ..ind ..: 5\::h prices s> t"umt.11 t. :::ve !- I's' a feet !
4 !
4 Florida. August, And end on the art of December.i s.f ;i,e Not3! : i-jOartcr o.; :::. .*! I tt-ati.t >.J." : .S t.t-__. r..5aS.trl
: ,,
jViiat .l"ohtvereeso.aaee3ie.auar!
feet < .
I. Whereas by an inqui&tton held over tine bodr! of I;i August 24. 1SS4. [JADMINISTRATOR'S-lw..j] s. !I ;n Towns.-jpOr.c. (R.LI.O T.y N >rand: \'tst !. i .1 .C:' -C If: ..' .- -4' .: C I ct ad
'. r. .
, 1.1'tl"1"_ -. 1 I".t1. fjj-f] t I"'u. .., Ttcs ..! .. '
John V. \Vriplit dot -l in the county o iU'D Terj j BALTZ -LL x WHIT 1 L "-'.'i-{" r IJ t4

j riu>rv oj Fkwd t tot the stccwxl J.srot Septer.l er eictjj j j NOTICE. I \.V/5S/'J.V' ./.HTOR.1GE Bl'SIXESs.THE i I June*. t1t1.'. )w4ni) At..'.S for Pe::....'. .- l4r" '_ I t..? Laser '>4.3 (: F e ft 3 w \n i (ft.j

! I ken"h
! HARRIS VIC KERSot said county, is charred with i i J iT''c the County cf CJad:-n. the sat>scriWr wt ,hn_: laely i Yeuptett by A. Cr.inK-<]' ter. i DOCTOR JOH McLh.MORE. i ,I r.-T- : .-"_':_' 1y cXt', va. JIoJbl tI.tt .

nf saKl J.hu M Wriht siibbin him : his Toori rskc.* the said Court for stttlera drrs hi in Sila.ifi: .iniir-z. mitt : a.-_J. Lr\l f. ;
I' : the munkr by I j[ prxsen; to > services 'r\ sonn. r- 1Ti :.PI: TFLLL y infjroi : se.-i --.it Lr ha.- BR.-\CKEr"

, oa the first day of SAH! ma+\:. And whereas, it has '|!
t also been rtprrsontov1. :ante that said IEars'iktrs I t|:, Administratorship f.e estate of Edmund Gilchmt.j [ will !.: ci pctt! al>Mi: the 1 5th Septembernl frooi I I, t Ed--o. ,- n i '* *_-C.-n)

I i Ir- t has absoHxlerl. Novr tarerore, in purs-uante of law j June !i, 1534. (j4;-
I t J>hereby wfler a r-.Vard a:' TWO HUNDRED : Lt': m! a d,ante m '.de on C..ton slit:,per,.
I r, DOLLARS far his ai\- : :>J,n taJ sue kiTervinanyjilis NOTICE. .! C. MILLER. J = PrCT.FLL -.,:ers hs arose:-.i.-r..1. Ym ce' i 1

I i r tar MtdJ':; Dlstiix-t if Florulo.Tbe 4. T the next January term oj the County Aunts:, 23J. 1 15>l. (?-u:) R .Jth' CUz't f.5 ct Ti.t: -.t-ce and its Tit.aity a- 1
t 1i
* .Court tier the C ninty"of GaJsJen I mil j \
,: acewd is A rsaa about twemr-5ve years rf present i R ttrt1f.CC- .\\iprattUioatrffmflicixe.. H.: care. ta oa JelTc i: i;

; age rihl hair, ls
; kis abtlttt Six "\>"; 'c-a. di-c+:e r riA:. tiuaGiren n 1 J nt- and thereupon, pray to be dusrluruexl} from ; Je.S" ,"*HI.OI.M 3.1.1 TAILOr. CIaUt-:5-t..o_ ,f.-TJ..1e.T N "T. ii wA ,>' 15ia .. "

! and sall..r 1L'. .t t:.: .. j I the AJminfeiratorship of tin? estate of THOMAS S.
f t urtr nv L : j. =," this 3J day Rnt', bte of said ountv JeceaseJ."JOSEPH NOTICE. It t V .<

t i cZeptembe:. I. McBRIDE. j A LL prr 'ns conci r iJ.. \"Il! take rr Hicc, that a

t s 1:,: GEORGE K WALKERHOLTS July lOih 1S54. [4s.tI::] 1. HiL p-.lition i i'.i> '.its: day t
n _Se,temjrr SS. 1 11. 14.3m1 1 the Clerk! of the S :p.'r.cr Co'-irt of Leon coon y. f

, I"" HOTEL. the sul stitu:>on of ? Truste in I\K\ place: of th? hct-s j jr ]1 ODE. alI I Iofc t 'Wales! and ReUil.

t. i j ad aJiaifiisr\; "f the late Ji-bn Y Garey to eieI + 13 Frrvrt er.-,;: Md. bj C. llefsto,
J The above estaHKhmest hav o* bed in a."t .te.i ute a inu' dc-iartd by the late Thomas Ueir.,' tse Pates 5-r. 1/1 JoJt'U.aV'tc .

1 nUv.:1.1 ti:::C l C : :i l i. 1:1 :\cl :: 1 teed bearing date 7h September, 1530 to secure thtDarci 1'e aove tAssss t9 the public ui

oi-ckr for tLe 4'. -4a=Jn>itti>c cf Lii.esi .1.d l&e1 I ": c: l'.1' J-.b: dee to "Button i- iErnorv. a:2 ..ju. retkt.1
I. i risiticc ih? w.:t'. .:.h"Q bo: ies cr IJ: J\- 3.1 e a EDWARD CHANDLER, ): 1 sc !:r Lcj3=d'J e idJl of mediaL
t : : sore la cbtk>drarKVi of th? f'rr'a t sea:* l t!- I II I : Aus:. 13 15.54. [[- owtfj f>r PcUiix'er5. : h r ayLralit _

moaT 1Aat. rdr Pct'.: !\. :.H. rpr:;: \Y:
5wdiz; .r
I of board to the i Jou:rs rare*. viz & t'CTIOLE.5.Tb s tztberL. r ,e loc.l- 1 CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. ) e .-r* i&d L. H scar J 'z-pwn.!.

GernietBra oraj tars.icah e bet 1 or C. 1 i .:c.J hiinseh" Talla-asee, i ropncs 13 do a ftr.. I Tallahassee, Aug. 15th, 1S3-1. ) : :1"- ,- .. J :Scfeirrzs; .'.a3,;; U' Tso! :*. pamCdaJayeh ,
paay Room. p rr day e*<:h SI tl) eril cj-xzaitSit- busjn=,ss,reciiiir ails c\y>,Tuesday "
I : 'Uiers of this ia=:itMtioc, art l he.tby FULL of LzjKl 3et-t a. t,2:! wc.- 3 ?.-rA5l*wfctchofw
v-'I..nr.... ... S1l R ,'r l r .'.. and S.1::-J.\. THE.ckh supply eih* superior an3et,
inswrr :vital'5 .rn. _
': an sect ot Two Doiiar t rsf
each 1 55 He willakoiitsnd to Administrator and other sales! on : t"r..J.ud. d>>ver a t j iii <-jvej a vi :arws>v:
,! each share -f S:..c k has been card!! tlr b T the B-wni 1 : tt1 Fei) or 31 the :flow by the wit
rre-* :.B ? S
Ladies ar l Gt t>rne:. daiar a: tKe Lilies' .c th O:ny. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. : uy RSL\ .
+ of Director : and that tie pace wit boe due and rayable '"iii .>tr ah Cs arrts. oi eiersF '
Table ptrolatr. etch i r.cu. I March 23J 1-?11. 33:: I ti
2t the Banking H m.< in Tallahassee, un Saiur- .c !'.. : f ."JC .
Meats sirred ia Pitraie R(.. .. day j I I \. B. Instrunients of F
pr rri'n 'j rin msi ne at- i+ '
day f t- d.-si div Oi\oH tit r set:. i 5.1. .r f .o..t'l e ='e,ri tins or'u
each extra :+) ates and despatch, by R. J. HACKLEY. ; ROWAIVD'STOM .
Private Panoor cstri each 1 tall 1-12J; L. A. THOMPSON i r. .r-aster part Z:3t-.
AND IYER-COMPLAIN'..- 1! ;ii Tece.it 'I t- ..1,
? Is rIai:1t. the
Tbe aea 'oh.J 1 I 1. a. pa'es
Prupn tar, rctams hs Sl1 er ,- MIX T L R K.4F .
meats fur t5c rerr excnire r ,r hzc :rcrty- : ,, Pnftuor ff PkticJegi Jft- FRESH DRUGS. .a:1 to ; ir:_ r ".t= > : tasst keep the p aci
ed at his e-ta'4rthtncnt. 3.i r tfis hi=i>et" that .'iciu who, for several years has deviy of tau vi ...'< ro.1iKtC.( s ; =:: oS" Iii'. 1

l\Ilt.in;vm Itt. pits "'. that lr h..s h.ua t!_. s..u r ', ar.cnuon :. thc treatcxnt of eai, has satce r>JcJ, by ehicixal snilyaai! and $i nthe3s .-.r.. h t'c s.a *f ti I -JsN fir Barns "
c.-e ?
' 1r'antia; tt' :1"n: a m.oi-.n 0)i3.'vr S 1La. l > r rtc-'ivco "u:. sut-. ;> y of :.-t5!. \t1toc..ts.. r< rs: in' .
in f>rrain* a or.k render i utnorattlt l e Trio C1'. l fu: xe taro: t ert'ai.'ry, t :.c "..cccjrct Sir .J..S !TTcrt' e : t< z: dews tb fire oat ia
nut tegtttbit prioc,pJes; :o hi bitwihac.ll. '. :'.1! u..is T.otrnc, t(: '"r3il.I..C.t"j W.iatl: ,
Horns mn MEALS. tame Mr :ciao Stimachtet Heruiicar ; whs'h !hi* *, 0--. LMISS stairs: -V* ii :Oar 2 ; -Lttui.Tur er.c. .' TO THE DiECTios Reports hauia : .tea (. ; Per Iaii=>>riVo c '= Elrrs*** and GlamWa( "

D reati-t from 7 to 9 | Tea, from to 9 pc' Ted far or-re ei cient than any remtdj heretoforeil :etc. : Miyaird a.d Noy*"*. ,t'w-.t.t'd Inkarvi InkPuMrdcr : hs tniitore eon ins :arser.c, I :-u cirecteO. br .: Q t_'.-: f x isT i"t.- to : .! a sttr'ae Jet Mortar'

nncr Jo 1ro 4 Sapper do 9.01- ->covereo, in curing those csres.rg"ni t 2ac 'of : Lowe sad Reexii :e-UL.e Caionne t.<:.:h lEe PJ opr.ct- to say :at:tweet rr'or- .\:? !ir'jf 'ifvrvi T.-z.' I: is r sci oier than mercarU

AUrsti: CLOSET*. icniJ and tfj which arc c ncrilly: compreaefnie' I.feL'r a a>*>. ::,o L-fs: art>cle kno n 'f*r t.xtstl tt".h aaJrij -. I and a!kit S::.r.>ni to vJrr A Lc cr ji 10of ,- .H tr p-rurea W tit! tam!.) rcaa
l STEPHEN HOLT.'NE" :ire awetptlt_ terms DrPEf-siA and LucK-C: '$ ; Dj'.i.is:: Oilf > ..p f.7: \r. ,n. Wo it+ij ').i. V.l.CTJ t.o tty w5 h 1iI':;! f'-T e1rt'C ]..: Lz t;e .c:: ts STW : is-ery tiwu expose I
PL "'S-It is likewise an ju icts: ceruin cert i".v tv .i to I.: : -o\nld ArStn:". Merv--y ;
i cloths; 5\t! o: L tYn. f.'r rerfXrvirr ir.orvj : -.y.
y Jace 2X1l. l31. (- i'FL j stain irc'.A.h ..
aE. .
i k nto the .
SfLirv.Arao '
e < ; L't'l,1: Pho'p .urts mjii:hrs: *"Ht.jrr.es ;> oiacr r. : Mis axnt !>cr: 12 it.In =* >zr3s: kz rri
:)RID.i L.1.\ D FOR S.1LE. i_ the sympcocis of DyspcpsiaanJ Livery: > cs .brated waterci.:o ir etc: t,*sutra:* iiasa irk sa-th oricrto prtTcnt :.nl-.v> ::..1'..., frjen:: "_"-: ._..-s.: -... .: W:rr'= rr s* ra-pujs jtoe *r iwprvfcct L.heal thtb
plaints, are datc'tncy, sourness or Dicta ia :c so- a-id Pounce t fanr ti.vi tiK-aeo p:rv "l : a-4':.- f.; :.: !. t ;:Xii .. : tHe tie t Iiecomra;
>)ic* c: ) iv :
fW'tlE u.lrrsir l FltxitaT rjtch, mctanjho4y,imtalwh-.y,Cisarrceabie a tate rah :uttR: Sirey'sdtrti! 5.ira. tto.11v[ which the PtiX' w Ith sae m.zare te srli -. I.1r r-t ss or ICJJi :ao i* rc ec of tl>*cane l
La \If bnJ
Fayette the'ttenp in ini "
i t led bin the, C the Ucivsd States o3eiibe ; a)ulh; great imr;uianty of appeue, whi: is sooe- wi:1: t{ s.+d de.... f v: anr.rvtd. Cn-JiL s-jii* or>*nt :':< MiJdk! Flock, aa-J a-n star "C*i IT M 1.t u.sT *i -e- ,s.1ctrst.; reowse the 8'
to ,
i { by .cut. times voracious rnVl at other times creatly de ciect. E. D. PERKINS.Tallahassee. ROWMIX: that terry: a seta!r lot sold u Mr. E.,k- .' k ic a f l'l as: c -

same f Kr.. thirst fetii breath, nau a, weakness of the s:.C11uh FW.-m y.- U'I?tf !>..: a sincie S.ttk: h.5 been or will Si sent, w sold : '. I:rarest** ; cr \\'iHlotrs on as app!
This arid is situated ia the immediate ceirhboarhpodo
arxl eruciAiJoos, palpilaii-,drowsines&s, iTC;.:: .- n.sn. :a auy :"Ki \h.\e! Fk-oAi eicspi U> r.< : 'i r.zity of -15 St-cr*.
( Tails! **<.% ,*&A is be'iered, tux fcr iy a: of the towels pressure on the stomach after meals 4 If .Irs is err JU1II :i.u 9'trt.i i:{ c.J .:rrr c. i'P..t"J. = R.hesiisixs. Ir! L1Yk...: i.to beto"

mil and Vxn.1 aJt.t tLtt.s, to U. rvatube! then pain ia the head, dizriness or vertigo; ccra'usi-oa of CONSUMPTIONCURED. i. AC .lat beet i* j*. .-i. .i ea.J .._ ,: io.: att3 t. Pttata' me'fctaeto bet1blll't f fN

ajy other latl4Q the (t'f1'(orr. mind,3tte-uueo with the l loss of memory, a ;awici; : IU. A.I! <:}ni thcrei,". .;\) -a i st i-e jr xt- ; L e.ta esi r'e T Bat in roost comoH
The Sk>ni5i\t'estcru fart of rl c township adjoins t\e i in the stixaaeh when empty, c'ehnliotss anVcu i.m t+:fs5ht Tnt i* ST txre-s V>ol.i tc cautkms cf hoci .
wLich the : DE La Mo.NTERAT's CotCNBUN YEGETABLE ti.cv r* r- C2fr*by 1Ttz!; Ls tIai:3: : e1ief5alT a .duedd.I'I''
of TaULb.11'1
eily pout to sipeit_ and Marin, pain and weakness in the act dL' it: My libel will t>; ca every Sxile so;;I Cj'c .: 111 31 r tie rte And 'I'2 ia wM people, w '
\ poet of St. Mrk distance of .
a -: twenty mild : SPECIFIC.S '
languor, disturbed sleep, cold fet and harJ tnmor.uneasintss E:: E: PERKINS Sole A.ectoc \Iiott.'t'! lfcc Jj.iT&i ana* t.1t e or a e raz.az. it will ease; ll '
rail toad la te uJ in short c
a u eoutetoplation to a the h h- tarot T.ilua>>te .'
in throat cau j\iia in the SKS o I rerrwtiy ever yetdtscorertJ for .-
i I t' breast &.e. the cure .>f C- 4!*, C+l.'.. Crxxxatpiit ..ls.l?. __ I t 122.Ta his oiotatd I
i H tk
cxtttaias is cam Te
i I The naricitvvi or the St. Marks rarer has been ir- The alwve wok Jlti lead ;o *r tU :! tit'.s of UM t Sjirti.t .f Ba'f'+', and all I| dtxaw* of ti,* L'ra>+ .,tdLugs. M t EDICI.VE. :t;.GERM, .t.-.;c* W. IT itirL boe Tef-i .a5L. .e ia wuH: M r coa t it be1J1I'i,

flatly intprored to a mint within six miles of tie '!: stomach: Liter, and heart,termi.vitins in Dropsy Consumption Prepared by J. BOY P, PmlaJdpfeu. hts H'JDDEL r-t: .fu., .1l\r"t 11 bf; rY.ua-ia KJ e." P'r part. I I'
Sotttneastem of which will afford -
part township, Apoplexy fce.acconiin th ehaiate hat the dutui&d taints stceD--r the .hot .:::e0 TallaIjLSi: led slid '
: to > n.iupses gttcs > e IL 1 scaitv,305 a : ; wiifaattrs frst t It h1. Wbe +'CeT s t2ttits in
I + Caviratioo for a cheap and certain tran- "CtI.ti.'Oi! its ace, sex, and temperjm vu cf"the pitcnu Lens, recurs the Appeuteirapcoiei the Sit writs,etc. :ua-vnr in ill brajcte-- the tie-al peuo l. t, r q !

I H r produce. i I 1 Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., 3Iilkduille ., Bill of Directi- *: ?civir.yiiij: each bottle cf the He its takes tbe o safe focsteriy oor4ied b r D1vror : A Large :1. ai: s, the valae of .
This land will be soU in suit those biag 'Qa:
parcels to w *
., 'I Inventor and sole proprietor. Spec, f'oinun; out in a nvsi oonspicaoa roan&er Autn, sr..i more recyn:.T by iV/Cr. 9-f 1 .1cd=ewe medxitre w; rwa tolMeW" .
: to porcbasr.oa a credit from fire to eight years Tut e.-Numerous certificates mi_ht l e ad all the $}TOfH: j at reasonable price's-those wishing to purchase wil <' dared relative th and .rt t!! JI LOOK AT THIS MI
to < eitraofdinary curts"pert"orm i p '>'' mprtiDabr treatment while! !
>aLc e.r a aar Li u Ar.ri 1."tat. ,
either of the undersii edIVILUAM t
i mile applications to B. NUTTALL ouchiraSdent asm*-: i:, together with cucywell ax ii auca!ic: t..r Te c-Te-esr cia. **Si iyitc fetid p.'aD, t otu4w

to satisfy the miruls of the rust de-u'1: : dates of curt*, etc. tIn their H"L .s f.L 1.j Cw iSTt sae r*at ar.i .
BRADEN i| Frm Dr. JaMS Eird/. .Imikfr tit Xts coR.tuccc of the treat and incmsinr demano i d. 1l' a :
{ f { WILLIAM P. CRAIG. #/ : : o..p.aI t-y f--tl:; .c.J L B [.\s. DU"Lff..J'
' t 'raUILsasee. 1 StfTflie ila, f'r I satilj PAsata.LwOLL 4 for this spccif, the propnetor i* tsiabieti toe the t .under the care ofAug. };i I Tx"&S.ts_ FesTryafr a".Ft 1 "I. 2j1lo_,
I \ Dtc. 2'Ir..h 13I. petcc u a 75 Dens per XU,thereby er1atnrtt tJ curse .
13d.'1S34. { PETER ROBL
zT The .s.rc.ud 6Nict; C th&ttta .Ve ravy, Tc if l. it may .:.-This is to certify, that 1 w l .hm the reach of all, p rsoos- 50X. DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PIJ.S.nt"2&V .
y ttaxgbta Gad t.tt.aEsl,s., Rear+r, Milk d- witnessed the Peter's.tle Dr. CHAFMAN'S Anti Pills. The end (wok
bare operation of Dr. >hciaa -Drspeptc STORAGE! STORAGE! ; K, It-u jo rM aie
j Georgia; Jfiri-'Ef
XL trued C that; will aocowats iHtblfsh tbe to this aS>nfiee.re for ei tt weeks dad for- t : and Urer-odectioos, {lon stAixJin-,like- .b
_ _ __ wttr in several cases of the of tin other reavtii.ei for rb.be titi
m ( enlirjemeiiis pie n ; m..WT DOW 10 Ire) UK cure of D"So- r ha* mctntlyerscitd a sxicpott$ b+ ijd.t '
HOCSE ANT COMMISSION BUSI I and its affects were truly as oat hin I hare no Ltsttatro P icsainatcharcoxpitttedf C1JU> they siTesrto .t9 50 by iS feet, for reoemar cotton anti "nxxH. $". n M r-a ta e the m p

WARE ATPAL.CIIlCOLA ELORIDA in dec thug it the most rahtablpreparatioa the debthiateU ocrias of iresiioa, repair the 1ppe-1 TIMOTHY M-CARTY. ,& +tetd t \s .I1 x 1. satyr cumpkdl'' toswered

.+IK.t sib ribrr, Kirin; associated the msetvCStct rtl j I 1 for taosg ditSresaing fSnnt that has ever'come M itb1 Ultt,refDOHS caa$ a acd <4ck& ss of the svciich, Lit St. Marts IVeceaxber i7til3l.O I.jIJ tbt pzri.w.'twltirbt it : i i& ,tJua ul '

render the stik aJ 'im of FORD Is. ARDIN, in ay knowkdge. JAMES EWELL M. D. bitoil costiretjcss, had-iei podpiiiUoa of the teat other .. p 1De6c=_ate. -

traosanta* a GrtirrW 1TJRE HOUSE aid Wilkes County Geo. Jan. ISM | led many alter ncrrtKis affec:S. They curtain no m %% ANB"S TONIC MirTCRE 'I'\is teasc+FT. pTerflrtiv i2.21. eess: n its 1 Ito

.VfSS/O.V Bm ft .tit .cjiat& Hating The Qlan bear testimony to the superior Mercury, nor do etc. s. keD the suxnach, they are a I{ I1a.--AYarraated a perfect and tsin an es .f sases Fan Sfl Ord i idrr

_;avkable amnmarnts with sercral teasels for etSacT t Dr. Peters Medicuce StooAehic et HepAlcz mild and safe cathartic: there u Din dn: cure for the Fever alai Am>*. For starkabaksae p of rfs* C1l'a,test, AcSues._ aoco'opas1 aa4 t

ilia 6fId ftIp.rttdi.4 4f' Cotton,keg ehber to New in the core of Dyspepsia and LiTer Complaints } or drink or exposure to v Otstmest ''

Teak or New Orleans; and harms Jcilitu at all firoa persooAl expenence. WiL G. JOHNSON.Dr. of directions nIl &ccompaoy each box of Piiis Jc WESTCOTT, Drat st. InU. .,. Dtctsart. Price. $1 fcr tie we, or 50 ***. '

tiBes within their.)- er to make ross..aWeprodrtenlactateJtothesreareandmana MK M Ps Medieirue Surxucnkae Hepmtix ire put up !IBm rh will fully eipiiim :hart ejects. Ikri.ia t'st C'CefIC-the ariitias ti1lr z e L t

ttpatttfety *emeat; i in parcels wi'h full directions for usinj. Fnxu one the well ka>)va repataiioo of the Pills for r' I henby apporat Mess HeselKr and A CERTAIN CCRE FOR TUB 1 TCB. !

would respectfully tender their aerrices aad so- to hares parceb will be necessary to complete a cure. I tuuiy years the proprietor (J. BO YD, PhUaJ lphki) Wcurnumya. rnufatthc salec"Ro.-- '

bent a liberal potrotir U the above line of bosioexs, The price b $5 a pant) deems it unnecessary .to gibe any further detail cf I uxi's To ik Mixture" in the Temucr H OW EVER a + a $rw3 aa.Jeo4u

their rers.rs/ adta ruhiai attention to a1r A great euaniity of the abaTe veryxvaluable prepnlioos *- them. A fresh supply has been referred, and fit sak f-ti FVc2a, Eas turn pan of AUhasa, fitlWestera atxL;zt coy foe bjytrporaciw

oott ,tteti u them either for sale or other- will be kepi constantly eo hand by by appointment by K. B. I ; t rt pt Georgia ; who : O>fc to furnish safety rrses Oia..lest.; hs sari *tuperfect -1JU11.

a B. R PERKINS,Tallahassee, Tallahassee' NOT i3d liif the said Bkidxuws to all v bo ear aptly to i titles'asfatoecab& -.Wrftkbrapid. e +e tettssaty. 'hap. r
I __ J led foe ta tmciialitswe
'I'Mir Ware Hoo es aad Close Store are aoder, o.' Who M authorised to dispose of them either at wbol : tern as they=rr oboia i frieet the oa
ilea tharOugk repair, will be tare aDd o.vllnnnli sale or retail oa as reasonable terms as they can be Sat Sefty* 3 q Belt Rapt .* Tteie. rh=selL" ++. pro as' as c+rstim ia ic's.geTaore, as III'J"

--'ia a desuraUe pan of the town, and as ex* obtained of the proprietor. Aba by KERR fc ST URGES OFFER FOR SALE, JNO.. R. ROW AND.- dt+e+etshhtat&ri &r.c 5c !a ore .

from tLe dangers af fire as other house oC DoctH. HOLMCS & WILUAMS Cambdhoo k "Phi1sdelphia, Oct 24th .." t '
JI cbarvirr, oa, the Pxnat.WI. any a Mr. HALSXCY. Druggist, AppaUchieola., 80 t otter SACKS Limp Ground Salt, in ifTHE I It ..ertotata the kris do ofli
; C+iasemtus iaseaeFrest 1
P. FORD late of Ate Ga.) JOd. PRIESTLEY PETERS. 'legal representatives of La tin as Ana- gray
: EO\V D.J. H ARDIN, (ApUIEC&'CES.Snr..c. a.) The fcGawir*are few aaong the laaay pets oea that 150 p eca4Sinch Dundee Baraog ; aDd aU others concerned, vnd please th s fcsj Vy pregmaat Irsasler J ..
hare been either 100 osSs B V Rope t t
fr fist Est fimitk entirely or greatly beoe&txd take ao&ce that I
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with tit Clerk of Price .
t .r'gaital. S. t... JL IT. Perry 4Ca T. 4-Jt within the last twelve momhy by the ewe of Dr. Pc- tiC [UK.best Engtsh Bat Twine. Superior Coon I Leoo :'l et'tsahaa? wig.
Medici Stoaachks Tztbbasraee W 135*. County ADJJk Di &WI tr x. are .I- .araetreti- upJl c
ids .c. Ifhiiukt Gretsar..d,c.--coI-.b.as. ten el eptbczr.hin the Ang [ tfJ of Florida a petirjoD for the dlrkka of a T.
a t I. J. H.a7t+o +3.sJ.ia B. state of Georrta. MtM""it-dllf. t'--
rl' : ..York.Grr Mrs. AbpcrP r WtLkutsoo. FOR SALE Tract of Land, with two Hones tHereoo :dim mtmedwtir -.c+< T. lid a
Mrs James on the St. Marks river, at Roekhaven ia the said {For safe at ks Owatea; trx. k' ,
E.N' w ,&pf 4- Hnr tW* N. Ode.kJats Cape W do : PIECES of ,
? 8b DUNDEE BAGGING l- I aa4 abrPEaEL
cf Leon !tree sear C aeett UaX .. : JtZ
I Gel Wa.F. Bond county euotaioia* about 5iO cf .
w. T. >0..VtCi .-MobOe :o tide yard.-And 9 $COILS BALE ROPE of: acres 41

i7. ISU, Itf Way* W. -ta. best qpalirr, are dairy expected bj U>e Sobtscnber, Land winch land was entered ia die time of B 5.' '
BrPa 1\. Eaq -- Brig 'rsllaiaasre.Ptuatrxs Litmus Arrmtead and H.Y.. Braden and that
.' WILLIS per ; 1'IoI4'1t' 1IMdt 1' t ail.
' "DOCTO&8 bare ColJcbaW.&d.tt. Moraa.ffyj sad Merefeasts caa be supplied oa tie a motaoa will be node at the next term of the w
+ ( :u the practice oIe t"cMir e. p..y JGCCL. mast*eea&isudx'v.r Superior Coon for Lcua for tbeappoiat- 9O.R1iS

l l\[ .. tothepnbSe. Ott a > ._Irma; w ssbi to, wt to of-, county, A $ ,

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