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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 25, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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authorised to announce Capt.rttOS. .. I
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BROWN&Ift candidate fill r C.tI"1.f t-r- .

Ja._ in the deleffatitn fromgislative Leon TflE SPAIN. -)

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. f1 Council occalI : '
It J be next e The Indicateur, of 'Bord aux, of the 26th
of Nathan Byrd.Aorised i
.. 1 tbo death tilt., received by express contains thc' f Uow."

to announce MajorD. _____ mgT disembarkation_of arnl fcrjm* the
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., E JOliN are EDWARDS as a candi- : "LAISSEZ Neus AIRE." Dutch ships having been rendered impractica

Leon County in the next ble by the blocade of the of
"re ; coast Biscay
Prescnt m1r mQ I-S the'j'j'
I' 'I WmLQC W&AttftILa )slive Counci I IE Q V( QIQ UUQ purpose *
of this
aiding
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measure, have baen obliged ,
I are authorisrd to announce Col. ;\ IB1 1BtBs.t RENOVJ1TING- LIQUID nB M M BBBgggmg to rctnrn to their former p itions. They are

JOS. M. WHITE, as a Candidate to REMAINING in the Post Office at Tallahassee, Gerardin"Wuy, ti gain-in the vincinily of our frontier, in hopes .

the Territory of Florida, in the 24lhS I out by the 31st day of of December October, ,1834-if will be sent not to taken the Prepared and Sold by R. S. BERJVj&RD, Druggist Makers and Importers of English and o f being able to obtain powder, arms, and pro. i,

of the United! States._ I General Post Office as dead Letters. XOR FOLK, VIR GIXId.7ta'r. French. .Jewelry and Fancy Articles, VISIOns. Zumalacarreghi! ; despariring of bki

rc JTTuUionzed to announce Colonel JAM.S i Addison, John: Lewis, Lewis m CY1B m1 HAVE received at their esc use had joined Don Carlos, and having con-, .

t7ETtsDEN a candidate repiescnt the tei1 Albert, Linn, James S ((14)) cg on Mon roe.tt. ccntrated all his disposable forces had
mani
Allen, R. C. R. S. BERNARD'S by late arrivals from New York
Lorriman RENOVATING
I .lCongrts of the United James H A LIQUID for ,
( fested
'Florid3.in his intention
i&( J ui. i7r h Jf33. 5' Attwell, W. .U-McEI\rv Noah e extracting all kinds of Oils, Paints, Tar, and Grease a large assortment, among whichare risking battle before the .

5 tc IJ-HaldwlD'J. Miller William C from the most delicate colored Silks, Satins, Cloths the following viz arrival of reinforcements from Burges but
\uth.mzet1: 10 :announce Maj. WILLIAM Barber, William Moore Bombazines, or Velvets without Gold and silver Watches Ladies either from ,
r.ff': Charles injuring in the least i an apprehension or failure or from f.
5Ja f,\\ \Tl" a candidate: to rcpresent the terrii. Batson, Mordica, Moore, J. F their colour or texture. i, """""I -",",, Watches, Gold Earrings, : his i plans having been thwarted
i. ,.rii*, in the 24th Congress of the United Beackett, Washington, Moore, James This recent and .valuable chemical'discovery is offered J- Breastpins Fingerrins, Watch by the man- f

ffrr J'i1y4th 1833. 50tf Boldel), Thomas, Moton Jackson for sale by: the Subscriber.-It almost Chains and patent Keys, Gentlemen and Ladies' oeuvres of the Queens Generals, the Carlist \ &

Jai li.L'Ofor r- ,7.iu'risrd} : to announce WILLUM B. Butler, Levi, Mnrat; Col. Achille (3) se des the necessity of dying and the Scourer's super" voc Guard ut Chains.Beads Shirt Buttons and Studs plain and chief i is again cut off from the principle part of ; ?

: 1 1'cr1nr. as oindi'htc to represent the Butler. D. F. P. Murat, Mrs. C. D cation is gone" Fifty cents worth will secure a bronzes glass&c. of every description, 'Inkstands, his i partizans.On .- f\ :
the U11l'lr C Campbell, William C. -Neil John Bacon Merchant's breeches from criticism for Perfumeries of the best quality, patent
the 2 lib "cnjrrssof twelve the
23d far
r.b.1I1: Pens Ladies' from
11111 "f F{ C months. It ,_ Boxes of size taking offensive
1833 Stf arson, William O-Oliver, Robert B. acts like charm upon silks of the finest every Scissors, Pockrt- meat

t i J'::11. -------- -- ------------- Chelcy, P-Patilla, Thomas E. texture, by instantly removing the taints of grease, Books, Baskets for ladies and children, Bea r.1al C bison, DavidChoice Ponder, Ephraim without in the least affecting the fabric itself-the India Rubber Bracers,Pistols, Percussion Caps, Look- by Loreriza, who was in tolerable force near
i ie. iI :iHOIASL T ZELJ-A, Re'Vdliam (2)) R most i inveterate! lodgments of wax mg-G i lasses, &c. &c.
-Randolph, Thomas P. upon Coat collars Pampcluna.-Subsequeelly in order
to avoid
I Cook before it like Tallahassee. October 11 IB34. anew
,. John Ray, James fly dust before abiush. Itis no lUacke- ((9tf) I
n ASP COUNSELLOR AT LAW) Cci raig Wm. P. : ry but the true sectindur attack he took a course to Lumbier,
1.'f'Or. : Richard, Mons'r artem. mode of appearing NE\r AND CHEAP on ;
!I Ini''i. ;,: ""' Prariire ill the Court of Ap- Cuthbert, James Russell, Capt. J. B. F decent in old clothes at the (least imaginable STORE. t the frontiers Aragon, where he is now prc* .

,,1 prAI' Hi'J' Sll!>'rior. Coirt nt Tallahassee!! and Itu"1itI >Daniel, Mrs. Lucy Saunders, Lewis ((2) It is offered to Gentlemen at 50 cents a phial expense, and all N. 1\1. MARTIN otTers for sale at the corner sumed to be with seven dispirited batalions.

- : : : '. Counties; of Gadsdcn and Jackson, Daniel, Abraham Sherman Charles E other sorts of people can have it at the same price. Store formerly occupied by C. C. & R. W. On the evening of the 22 Rodil

\rt"J' \ .llir'.lla n.\' D as'y. Edward Simmons. Capt. Henry No danger need be apprehended in using it up'on Williams! a handsome assortment of GOODS, ron- passed Telosa .

1'I <' : .'J (I 2.\th, 1 i\\4. f51-C\\1 E- E.lls! Miss. Eliza C. Simpson, Fearick the finest and most delicate Silks-nor is it like the sisting of in pursuit of Don Carlos, who had arrived t

' ;: --- ---- --- /'......Figg, Benjamin P. Skajg, Lemuel soaps so commonly advertised in onr days, which bv Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, i in the night at St. Estevan whence Iriarte r' i

14i.t) 21 W II I T E. l Fisher Robert Smith. Thomas MSnell removing one evil almost invariable produce another Hardware and Cutlery, must have disloged him in the morning. Inconsequence i '

r iArrtcE L.in the Courts of MIJ- Fis-hcr, WilliamFlondian Hamk-n V o double size-nor does it require the preparative Glass 1
I.'s :i.l.L and of this
means of all other I Crockery Saddlery, movement, had once more I f
'' ,n.l3. .lk-in County and lie Court Editor of Stack, WilliamStephens reno\'aters-snch as hot irons and
I IJ Id
'-
f I L. Shoes !
Hats Groceries into the.
Ofnn TI1Iali4eC. Forme. Alexander S!eph.'ns, 1om the like. Only a little clean water, according to the &c. penetrated Bastun. His advanced

, .'S' l-. :1' O.-Gadil, Alexander James directions, is wanting. Oil or Grease of any )kind All of which will be sold upon very accommodating guard, on arivitig at Elrsondo, again put the f
.I'I I: ,".i L Ltfl_ can be extracted from the te IH'. The public invited .
G
Arthur are call
nn, junr. Stephens Jesse most delicate colored carpets to and examine Carlist jui-to to flight,- 1'orror at its height in ; j;
m 'O- ""' .' Gordon Col. Thomas without the usual trouble of this stock of Goods-I am determined
\ \1 't'.l.J..a ((2)) Stringer, Irvin taking them to sell cheap. \ f
; ._; .a.Nt..J. .a."l ; up.- the
I.c ; Grander, Sam. or Francis T Tailor, Joi.es If 1 \l.ed at'corfhngto the directions, it will at once N. TM. MARTIN offers sale valley. Notwith'sandmgthe utmost vigi. : i
AT for
\sr.LL >U A"n'.ATTonr: LAW,) extract of I l lance it is said that horses
Gra'v, Thomas Taylor, Maj. John every particle crease from the finest' Cloth 500 and muskets find :I
c- ? :r ?'. U. tii1 Court of Aiipals :-The //-Ilagin, Mrs. Nancy Taylor. JamesThompson or most delicate Silks, wi hout injuring in the least pair Negro Rrogaii j ((heir way to the insurgents. The quantity .- .t-
t ,' ( ,I\if!:- ,f Iv'M. G:: al-oI! !< IIIId i, : Ja k- Ilarley Mrs. Elizabeth the color or texture.A 200 do. do. nO\'S' (Ii). ]

t T.run1. i''* :' ..i.-; :zi ; and in t'l'!" Puperwr Harriion Samuel Thompson. Wiley Mrs. L}*'*)' large supply of the above valuable ati jVU- received 50 pieces Negro Cloth I ; hoxvevcr i is not sufficient magnitude to save j. r

c 1 K .*:''i'I r< untios, of trie South Hawkins and lor sale by |him from inevitable! defeat." .
c -I.t;1.i Capl. Chas. E. Thornton, Bem j. G :10 do. Negro Blankets
", ,. .f ''ti" -t.fG'rga.: : ; Residence Heart, Wi'.Kam: W Touchstone.. Stephen F:. B. PERKINS, J\;'t ] 'j:} Extract of a letter of the 24th ult. from i J
OJo.. Cotton
- "..',' ." l,,.1' :t11.':3.t. I r if Hinion. Alien IP -'Vall'i, John :. Tallahassee Sept. lOih 1831. I vigihnee
----- l Hoet7.fr Golthe1"ard Cotton a:.gmg, Bale! Hope &c. I !

-k : j. ID i ]( S Hurt \1i ,. SamhVhitdker George, James A 11 J! tile Prtslden of the United Male?-! 1 Oct tH'r !llth. 'J 1834.: ,[1:9111: I t: of the French authorities' the insurgents .
pursuance of law I, ANDREW :_ I lAli3I1NITltATimL' 1mruntri.cd to and send inte .
'.r"I;: \;.'\ ;' /.jiro) llnii: h, J >x.h] C White Samuel C IN JACKSONPresi- -- --- arm tho field
t.t 'Vhite' dent of t time United Stoles of America do ( : NYriri.: I other
IluliialIJaiL"l l Thomas hereby I l\vo neuiy firmed batallione the 6th .
t tli.ii.t to .\ 1pt.1c1C'1'r..h! 1: Bay. l IX ,
!
.1 } declare und wnks
make after
d.ltrI :
known I .
that sha'1' j
./ Jnni-'On. Dallic1.illia'ms public sale uil! bet h'-Id niako 11,1
}' \ i-"l 4 i ho ('",p.t. |I'. 'Jd at She Isaac a the Land K2 the .:irlcf of the npr.lir.iti; ) | I and 7th of! .narre.-Thc 8th has just received .
following Offices i in the County Court ..
, i ., I K-Kerr, PatrickVi11iam, Territory! nf Flu- Jadir.nu t" -:' :\ I
Henry
t ", i i It! ..nn ; :..1 i i il.t' .\iI'uaJ! term I ri da at the for Li:in m s.s of 1 Administration a of its armament and will
. I : Kendrick, John} Willis John periods deaignated, for the sale of the un on the cstuei.-f! JuiSMITH. \ ( :. part soon
r.'I ; i 'I L I'.ilH'ssec.:! Letters ad- I i I Landman, LiiliaVinslow.! A rth. Cornelius dermentioned lands, to wit : r!"re:'scd, Utc of said cowry. j I he fully equipped so that the pretender under
) AM i!! !t" > a'Id..J:! to. O'r.ISJI. ,
.:.. : .".. ", Lam1. 1\11':. Marv \ViJl.*lo". Eli haLC3. At th? Land Office at TALLAHASSEE, on the /fi..Yl : -- : ((9-G \) n.\VID r. RtN'-'Y ,!, his ordcr 23 halalli.1CJs of the four provinces
I Juhn 'V lli3U1"i1wringtull.. John R Monday in December next, fur the of : ----- - .
t ---- disposal I time jllh-I l\IAHSIIAJ/S S.LE.. which are devoted to him but the
; -
-I t n. Where- lie lands within the preciiC
\ Lswj ((11!) L 'tiers)-9 3\v undermentioned town.-hips '
-I .,. T' i"" V'P Persons calling for( the above Letters will fractional'tow nships, to wit : Ix .: ; : lIt" a't ExeCUiilln. issued and 11irl'l'L'clro; i : number of each not known.-This ao-
.,:'. '. >.., \""U V. S\lo' .I L'T please North of the base line and \V' *t of tl.e mciidian. IY lJ.e Clerk If t t1,." f"l'eri..rJ1rt '::11' tIlt'! i courts forth.: rare prudence of General Rotlil -
advertised. I. G.
SEA11CY 11.LIST hr ,
say P. Lion
county iIstiictbnh1IllmIe
,
( !
FI..riol.t. I
I 1::'. .11).1J..JCflJ"IJ..l. F" i Township I 1ofrange 5. ceei' ro sell the first "1.1I1pn- I I who notwithstand the immense superiority
nim
.,': !1.1' .'. ,;.L-d 'o linn \\ iti 1ItlnsI' I OF LETTERS Townships 1 and 2, of ranee 8. for CIh, to the k'd'f Satnrd.lv bidhr in \uveilt'r 'hXtt of hi.- resources has not dared to strike de- :
fttut of ttt a
;; .* t ;'M !fl'f"i I Townships 1 and 2, of ranjjc <', 10, 11 I, 12, 13 & 14 >11 ; \.ouit
i : j KMAINL\G in the Post Office IOU5e.t I
] at Ciuincy, i-iMcd Mow.
--r:1.I1"1\5.CN' a
,. ; i.rnvr J Tawuship I ofran 15. very supc.-ior patt-nl w /.I .it- f ft]
,
I) \\ ; *
\\ \'ia'i.J.l Jl.IL ( miIden the ; "
'I. County, on first (4.\y of October, i i.-on n.] A S.'lFE-1I i h about MX fi-f; :.w.. ,iv -
1 PORTSMOUTH
: r.. {1. ! -- -- --- ---- -- - J Township I of 23. :
., |I .1 'imiary' IS <;,,, will be t-nt to thc General Post Office Fractional It range :,I C3"Ci and ilnwers co.np;dit'| It will ',<-. <'-ll 1 I' -.1' i i..r1 1.' Lftlrrs: have been received to day by the ,

: :' .'1.-_ ._. _i--._ Pillrre11'" t .i (leiqif.,1Iti.' Townships township 1 and I, and 5 township, of range 2 9. I the co.stt, clnrces, fc cxt.pns.-s d. r'I'd! '.y .;;.! t 'o-n'", .' ;) artzins: of Dorr Carlos in this place, dated at
) 1 1,2,4 of
30.
:' I.i.nJohn J. Kin Juhn R.Kiterail range i.l a ClI ? Townships and Centra! IJ.t!.k .if i'I. '-'.L ntcomj.lai.unt -' !' Kraznn, the 21st instant, communicating "a
5
2,3,4, of 31.
r .
., A'-ii.-U-il Fain nge aiH
aAK Reuben the Mcr Ai
t." ',' North ofthc base line, ond East, of nu-ri'Jian. iantvic Planfi-i'. I 1'u.k.: (: illmll, Hlt victory gamed by Zymalacarraeguii;
' ",'. "It ) 'n. C'-in. il! I C. LLinlonll1reo W. 2! al. snolia, Thus. G Gordon a. I Ed"de".I'. v.-. >.- ;

1- ". :.. .J6./I. _-- _, /;-JJionn; I Dr. IaIeinure, James Township} 2, range.13. defendants. TiiOS. ESTOX R.\N I OLPU I, !and 1 enclosing the M-ports of t it made by that
: i
, -4.I. _-_ .....' H.:0--. -"v. -... BurnSJiii'l, Larkins, RulmiLowther / Townships 1 and 2, of range 1 1.South I Ort 9. 1534. M.n.i!i. i offi;'( r to the Minister of War, which that our
,, 1 '._ of
thc base
: line
: and East of
meridi.in. j
.
-..: \ ', Uaibaiv.t : J.hn T i S. 1 Sarah Tile aU\e B-ink Safe .
t (or Iron Chest! I Fv ,.,
) ". v. : -. 7. That ) C.i': ? i tenders judge for themselves of its character
: I 11 may
part tawn&liip Mtuatcd lXonh and West
I Bull! Jtiim ; the J late
it :: '' -.f. \. > k. flriD. Love. C. I It I Ban king-house in :s1agimo! I
.t.. &. of the ii. :
.L. Suwansiccrher
; tf\'an 1.1. have in
':-00" I Ihhb c I z l li we ; given our postscript. DcJb.
M
Ti"JU1lS --
-. -Myriok John T. ---
; ... : .. -. ., ; .
:1"1 ..--.--'..- .-. ".-. '. ."-.I' '.' .. .-. j l P.uiton. PeneJ (I.n McPhatier! 1\ rdl"tl. 2McCa'l i At the same place in continuation, commencing 0111{ NOT1Ci I Carlos continues in g<.od health, and desires

:3'j ;-_. :; ---.1r.\::" 't ;; '; '..".ro-. .;:......'. ,! BlOLlU',' Rich:rd l, Eliali'thrfMe the third Mmiaay in December next for the disposal of i IX weeks after date tim sub-i-rilier wilt TJ-.;IX t F h his family a'nd his friends not to be at all anxioii -*

.. .\." J ''Chapman, Tohii RC.mioehan. lair. Robert the public lands within! the limits of th c und"rmcn-1 j, Kp to the Judseof the C.>:inty fnrt: of (.':i.iI.m,
i about his and much hill
less ahrlut
'j tinned and fractional County for Letters cause;
of
I ; } Sandy : Elizabeth townships townships, to w it. Administration on th: -MIC .
" .: .. .. .7.." ."J .T,1fqTCf t. I J' ,j. I I CNv.J.', :e I.Martin, \ViIlianJDotila& South of the base line, and West of:he nr.ridian. the late William Mar.-. WJLf .l\ ',1l.l\ "; \\. I :' :itt. These letters describe that a strong

.' ., I' I. D. B. 2 A" Noruion, Jeremiah Fractional township 1, of ran rc S. I Gadsdcn C"untSept.. 2r.tio, I: i L.7-. '.1 I<-irlist: t feeling had manifested in npper Catalonia
IIIt 4 i.t : /, !" aI(" ; ;1to. L t\'H-EMKWm.. C.1 O-Owens, Solomon Tow llIps 1, 2,3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, of ran
.' ..;. ." \ 'I-I'; : :n t' I 1"r. 1-'a": 111" I Kvans. Rend P-Pa rramu ire.Jt.Im n It. Townshi is 1, 2, 3,4 .:.(, 7,8, and 9, of ranjrc 10. I had declared for the i11I i-
: .,.j ,; .te tlii.hrs. II j j i /'-Fojjlc, Riddy S-Slade. William Townships I, 2,3, 4,5,0,7,8,1), and) lOof I ran c I 11. i SIX wrfksaffcr datt. apn-\ | !i ti i.in will !k ti.x: >., r- v ((>, 'cause against the.
.
: Townships I 2 3 4 7 Judge of thf C'Hiisly Coi-rf <:f Gad-: n ..NU.ty .- (Queen's Government.
S
: or u --: *T j F. r!"* Robert"ritcrald Sexton, Henry 5,0, and 9, of range I 12.
1\ r 4 ..... -,; !..- I'i'.Ic hllo. ; Fr :f>malShaw, R.mi Townships It 2,3,4,5, and 6, of range 13. for I.cltors of Administiv'Mi; on the estate ..t PATRICK ; \Y> regret to state that Dona Fracbisca, the,

.' :.. ::. t', .. ,I ,' '". c..1'1 :;..'I.II ', >:
t I G.t1if'! AI 'r. Still, WilliamSmith Township 1. und fractional townships 2; 3, and 4, I I I.\RTIJ\ McGRIKF.AUOl'STUS I '
II II. L.\ NIER.l l (>ii-U indisposed, at Mr residence in th6 Alvcistoke -
of .
( : :1''lt:20'DAr. I //-Hawk*. Ann Daniel range 13.TowmnImip I
11I I :" -. "'l Ii.r 1UH' iuvs.' in tio r nII|. Hudnall, Rn'rf. Tayloi Harry R.I 1, nmd fractional township! of range :G. I :H Or't J S::1. [J-Gn ) I with a billious fever, brought on byinxietv

11lit' I.\1'.11.. 4"4.1! the 'r tll\el Ilimvr, J. H. G. I r-Wilson, James At the Land Otlice at ST. ArcrsrisK, one thc 'sOSTiOXED.: ; : for the safety of her husband, and the

,. i.v> II.-ITB, jHit"-iiuai.cc h. f.- J-Junes, S. 1-'. 2 WiUon, James U. J, second in December ;
.i I > Monday nrxt, for the disposal of f TMIIIE sale of Real Property, b-nnrinu! : Ir) :!t.. i .II'i : :agitation! consequently produced hy the recent ,

j > (!'n11I" ". i John'\II, Puiet Wilcox, James the public lands ithin the limits of i the iindermentioncd ot the lc tc D\vigi. (FAI:-T, ,A.-hi-; wn. t. l-u return of the Spanish officers and men the :
.' I> i/4'.'- U'1. Jones L. II.Vilcox, John 2. 'rpartizans
; taY. and fractional wit
townships
"ownsliips, to : taken place on time first Tu'l"v! in October) i i- -
; [. of her She
t. ; '. -'IMr 1. fI!". $i ttiJ oo"i. Jordan BallietValker, John J. 2, North of the base line, aid; Eal of the meridian. I until the *. ." j--U- cause. was yesterday
in
:II .J ntn'.. tI!. I I II I tmgra'mm, J"tJII White, John FrlCLinnallownships 1,2,3,4, and 5, (East of t.rary's I I poned Jisrtiol1.y: FAUST: January" AduiiMiS'r.itiix.! t It rMAirV i'in .some danger, but Dr. Llort, her household I

,..1 ..vi Tut--t.KT.-nuy. I'I K-Kinir, l..aH': Fon re & McClintock.Let.ers. river.) of range 21. I : II i skilful 1 I d. atten- I': s
a an
Oct. phvsiciaa ,
4t'i, \l31. (S 4w) | very mao t
_
I ______
" ir : 1': 3,4, township: -- --- --- :
4I
del the late Kini Ferdinand in his last illness
. 1.11: f..I1':( t ,t. j9-w1: ] M. BLUE, P. M.I range 24'l'ownships. A1)MLN1SF1tAF(;It': Nt, IIC!: : t .:i1

.11I y T n ;'\H-I : :.111.\y. I 1 2, and 3, of 23. ALL pcrvin ha\in<.; claims a: .ln;
,I '.. .1 ..-:. ." : -" : 50 j ("J I OD) ( CD in Jail; Monlicello, Jefferson rounly, Township 1, of range :(. range : :: :.- H UlJ.T,\, dccta'-ei1!, ar' h-n-'iy' 'liiud( t.> : ) town, and Dr. KidJ the surgeon of the 'h'
.
I _4 the 21st instant, a run Negro
, Suit-lay nway
: tr'Jp,> 14'. ( Fractional townships 1 and 4 of "7. {prcs?nt their demand t > tit: ,''iiiiiiit tr.itur, uillati'! anJ is
his is ISAAC and that lie be- ,2,3, ran;o guirison to day her Royal Highness
, Man, wb"y name ,
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time ill !I. "
. "" Fractional two rU\;: or s'nu- turtxor harn..I.; !
'T,1'i. A' : al3. of 2:
. t tfl.n. ill J.ilinMiller (If \1 adisc county, Florida. Isaacis townships 1,2, range JOSEPH 'much better. ;}
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IIAllLKV ) Ailm'r. tJ.iiit'.1OSEPII
.1" : .r'i ,-Jljeuii ., :3O OU Fractional townships 1 1,2, and 3, ofran 29. : '
,r. 4:1.1:"'41';; -S':.'. $ abont 30 or :35 years of ns e, dark complected-5 some feet South of the base line, and East of the meridian. F. C. 1IAIILKY{ \ HarlC'.. ,I!. e\l. ( BAYONNEAug..
the rhcuumick
'i t -\.1 ";.Ij. i.im-ij! R'-ilif-S tlierc are fl I I little touched with round pains-about The That part of township I 11, (East of uwann'.-c rher) Talblla s'c. ;.i'p'29, 1i3! ('. \) __ Accounts have reached here this morning ; '
; coat. own-
:i I 10 or I 11 I illd'o lugli-\vcar& a I
," 'I" "' ,', J :!:11.ctt"'f.j till' il'l f..it of range 14.Tnslips. of ; and undecisive!! nature as they
.. Ci i is requested to come forward, prove property, payrxpenb TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.ON a vagut generally .
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\ .t Jt. m-ors. ivcn': Io M the 10, 11, and 12, of 23.Tnwnimips .
j s, and take him away. range the I wdi .iir fur !i are here in the first instance and which |
Cit eisrht'i' day January
next, j J
: .\, td .1 ',., jl"l1 ,vjU1 ;1 h: t'-.i- HARDY I\: Fh'ff. I 10 I), I II I and I 12, of range 16. I .
I' ,.' I THOMAS befoic the door of the Court I lloii-f in I lite'I iill. v'each party to give them their own co- f
1. Lie >u 1!!.. < to.II Monticcllo, 25th Sept. 1831. [ 8tf I City Ta'l.tluisMC'! ( e, Leon county, all the riuhi m litle, I II ] l of action which has taken at '
I a *sti'.siiiy tuio ciorc tIlt Townships C, 7, and I 13, of range I It*. Iwmj, an place r
',i I claim -l deuiatid of! Robert in and II, Jait'"crll
If I) .' "wt-in'yins; -'HI. tliv I icn'iis "f suU- A NEGRO FOR SALE, Townships 5,6, 7, 8, 9, and 13, of range 19Towu..hips I !.aii' silu..tcd' in the town of May St., Mai Us nonmi a i iILiu Navaire, between a division of Itodil's .
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; Jr i4'}..l. i ) ue named the cvi'i.i/1 J .. 1,2,3,5, C 7, 8, and I 3, of rae 20. j
10 ; ] ELONiJlNG( to the eslntc of Fau; SIMPSOK, I pied as a dwfllini:, and nwiu-i! by the said Unlicrl !: troops, anti the ill urgents. The prevailing : :
I Townships I 1,2,3, 6, 7, and 8, of 21.
dCCS.i'Ile is fellow and if not sokpmjvttlY range
.It.D a likely I sold his Territorial and ,
May, t.) satUiy County is that the Carlists defeated with
'i.e !'\lU r. U.: at the Sfind, cr<,'I li .hy. j I 1 ih.dl put him up to the highest bidder) ontlie I I! That portion of township 1 South of St. Mary'sriver I ts for the 1 1B34. Tax-l[, rumor were !

.U (.*' .utc tt'f"Ij..l"vcryfi'nrt.; \\ill i iI. i/e first day of Jan'y next. It. J. HACK LEY. I and townships 2, 3,4,5, P, 7, anJ ri, of range 22. yc.ir A. A. FISHER C..llctor. considerable loss en the other side, amongst Jt,

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I' t- lc'nrH: t.L !iat nice w !i.'v .1.1Cl' townships 2, 3, 4,5,6,7, and 8, of ranee 23. :
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i.y ".f fhcir l.iV:iilvratKiu. Townships 1 1,2,4,5,6,7. andS, of 25. \ Colonel taken prisoner and who by this time 1fi
is received Gertrude from Baltimore, I range ACRES of hamir.ock, oak and hir.kory ;
I :.?< .U' ",., JUST per brig Fractional township, 1, of raii'zc 29. 8''00 most likely sacrificed according to the
10'j :. ,7 :<, > Yy ic Popiietor.RACES for sale \\o\v for cash a general assortment LmJOO: ilo. pint-, of which 400 acres savagp ri
: I. (iJ.tiJ of GROCERIES, consisting of Each sale will bo kept open fur two weeks, and th Ir U cleared, 200 of which is fresh and good. On the tenor of the present warfare. This action r4'
lands reserved (law for the of schools for
by or
use above premises, is a large two story new frame took last the 20th in3t. -r
Fresh :Flour, (this year's crop) other purposes, will be excluded from sale. House 36 feet on both sides-i bedrooms place on Wednesday :

.)f i" .'\"I" z Bacon and Sides, Now Orleans Sugar, Given under my hand, at the City of Washingtoithis LI, below, with square-piazzas all necessary Out-Buildings-Aism) Another affair has taken place .at Liquieto, in i

i :) .. ".'! t.-.Ir e. wiil come ofT on'i Pickled Herring, Rice, Soap, Liquors, ""c. seventh day of July. A. D. 1834.ANDREW I a goodVat.er Gin and Screw. Terms, $1000 down, whtch a part of the Carlist under the com1.

I f \ ) A .1 tuber next, nad continue GEO. H. LINDENBERGER. JACKSON. I the balance four annu.il instalments. I am determinedto mand of Baron Caromlelet has been defeated 1.

-. 1st October 1934. [8.tJ] ._____ _ By ELIJAU the President HATWARP: sell the above prcnvses at a sacrifice. I by Eraeo. The Cm lists accounts ,of ihe first I *?,
". .._ "" THOS. SPEIGHT.
<*' U nit:; 'limits-S2U entrance. NOTICE"IS of these actions is of framed if-'
Commissioner of the GcneralLandOffice. 50tsNOTICE. course according ;
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Gadsdcn Co. Flo. 1834.
'1"p"".. :...., : do.I ( ) Sept.29 f8-Cw[ ] .
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itS .. '. hereby given, that the SUPERIOR COURT appointed to the interests of the paaty but with the usual :j
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'- I,1-! ; .:llSIii 5-I2O do.J of Leon .-At the next session of the County Q IX weeks after date, application will be made by .
\ law to be held lor the county
'.' r JSftt-\altie $173-'--: lailc, heats- first by in October next, has been ad Court of Leon County I shall apply for a settlementof the subscriber to the honorable the Couniy Court clumsy want of keeping they exagerata the ad-
the Monday
on the of said Court until the mv accounts as administrator of James Hugh's, Jackson county, for Letters of Administration on vantage so much so us to throw discredit on.,it t
urncd by Judge .
11II E 1 tkQ-fi.eefraHaes-S1M 1( ) do. j; over which) last at which time my accounts and vouchers will be presented the estate of JOHN G. SMITH late of said county de altogether. n.
., sc-ond Monday in November next,at men U
-r f"dsc'ufle.U that for ,ctllc lent. ceased. JACKSON ROBERTS.
8 ,. mucii sport may ioncd diy: the Court will be held at Tallahassee ; In this instance they talk of having made .
e "< I hi" h.d I I hf }promise uf scvcral gr.nl HF.. SIMMONS, Adm'r. Sept. 23d. I834S8w) {

If [ :' <"' ". &:n tit States, that if our purses and'all now Causes continued, \Vrits, and, returnable other process to the which said first are ._Sept. Gill, lf34.1.3ttCOMMISSION NOTICEIS 500 pr JoQcrs. They say nothing of tEo second ..

>t- llt': uould certainly attend our or may affair, which amounts almost ,to an ad- t' :-
and 1
October continued, STORAGE of :
Member
'. .'. Monday m arc adjourned, 4- hereby given, that an Election for a
e -N.) IIlinlovilbe spared to have made returnable to the said second Monday of November I- BUSINESS. Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida i- : mision that they have been thoroughly boaten ,11 ,
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.t: 'ht may By R. JOHN FLOYDD.Clk. abandoned the Retail busidess, will in future devote by the decease of Nathan Byrd, Esq. will beheld tions have yet been received. : .
f I lea'e .Tallahassee, Sept. 24th, 1834. [7tf] COMMISSION on Satnrday the twenty-fifth day of October instant .:
attention to a General
the most unremitting BAYONNE 25. On the 29th inst
1 k Aug. .
4- '. .t.,. and STORAGE business-receiving and at the following places in said County, underthe .
o.11 Entries lie mode the
-0 : to to NOTICE. viz Don Carlos made his at Leira in
C' superintendance of the following Inspectors, : appearance !.l
will be
II. Goods and Cotton, particularlyattended
'j ,0'1. P. AI. for the forwarding ,
I tll."I% .h' ;. day Prcvious APPLICATION will be made by the subscriber to. I. AT TilE CITY OF TALLAHASSBE.-Inspectors, Navarre, and he next day continued his maich
1 ) to tlc Honorable the Judgeof RichardSheffer Kiddar M. Moore and Bryant .
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enlarged and in excellent towards Escarra. He
J His buildings considerably.
AS. J. are was accompanied by
" r1t, PiTTM Secretary. the.County Court of Leon County, for Letters of and 2. AT ST.l\IARKg.-Inspcclors, John B. Peachy f1
9f rl < condition. His extensive acquaintance
I' ln 1 .,1 *":3- [4S 20wJ] four batalions of and Biscayans
tJ 'T'1 } Administration on the estate of NATHAN BIRD, de- the liberal hitherto extended to )him I Wm. W. Briggs, and Amos M. Alexander. Guipoicoaus ii

)0- ,I..,CK te, C "' .,1I'I't<> I'-iin'1 i 01" will publish the at ove ceased late of said County. render very it unnecessary patronage, he deems. to give reference. 3. AT MAGNOLIA.-Inspectors, Benjamin Byrd I, and two companies Navarre. guides. Early if

1t. tLt"J. i1U% lf rwjirii i I.uinrcoiuit r the I Secretory RPARSH.. JOHN BLAIR Henry Thompson, and Rcddin Paramore. on the morning of the 22d, the troops under

a.ldI':-' J rl.y. dub Mickasooky Lake, Sept 19th, 1531. (78w.) Liberal advances as heretofore ma PEACHYr r' 4. AT PARISH'S STORE.-Inspectors, \V ill is Burney, Gen. Redil, divided into three columns, let .

-- LEON COUNTY FLORIDA. shipped to New York, Charleston or Liverpool. Joseph Joiner, and Guilford Buiney. Tolosa and in of Don Carlos.At .
ICe 'fO UILDEH.S St. Marks 2 1894,-tf. 5. At JNO. BLOCKER'S.-Inspectors, Tom Peter went pursut!
, r! In the County Court of said County. Sept. Chaires, Johu Blocker, Solomon,Walker. the same date Zumalacarreguy J was in 'Na

VESTR'\.9 ofthe Episcopal Church of Sr.lont1. Edwin Stewart i 6. AT W. W. HART'S.-Inspectors. Edwin Hart,
P..r. h< James Storing- & Shipping of Cotton.KERR varre, two Alvasians and one 'of Guipos-
1h M"-"abo' to Church in theta N. Pruden.
erect a : vs. > Attachment Benjamin Hagin.and Charles
1ie el'c: ta'!s'{.. are desTons to ob-aiti contracts Edward Barnwell. ) <$. STURGES will attend to Storing and 7. AT JNO. llAYis'.-Inspectors, Jno. Havis, Reuben coans closely watched by the columns of Lo-

t; t.t :he work. Defendant and others eoncerned, are notified Cotton- they will also advance on l Manning, and Jno. W. Sheehee. renza and Ora. The famons convent. ot A- ;

", !: :r'clJre p'oosah either for the whole THE the issuing of said Attachment, and are required Cotton entrusted to their care for shipment to any; 8. AT HANDLEI'S OLD PLACE.-Inspectors, J. \V.l ranzamhas been burnt down.

.;|J'or! UedcliverrtiMhc Brick, Lumber, a ndLaini to'plead to the Declaration conformably with market in the United States or elsewhere; and wpurc.haso l Bannerman, Joseph Moore, and N. Roberts. LO D'ONAug, 26.-The Paripapers

; : t'r lite Sricklayers and Carpenters1pS eUta. EDWARD CHANDLER, at either their Stores in Tallahassee or St.Marks. 9. AT KENDalclt'slns'pectors, James Stewart,
"h
JL'i' 1 rpparatelr-1 : Oct. 1st, 1834. ((8-Sm) For Plaintiff.EXECUTOR'S Oct., 4th, 1934." -((8tf)- Noah McElvy, Edgerton W llis. arrive to day state with more positive-new thanwe '
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.' IUn call Uev be Luddas: and all other necessary In- NOTICE.FOUR Q IX months from ,from date, I will present 10. AT '"INs-ow's-InapcctoS, Eli.sh1V ow t, suppqse is warented by the ( tr hit

d. had on application tti, the unti er.tafJPi'g ic vouchers for a settlement,. It.sball. ,apply to rhe: Allen A. FaircJoth, and Josiah Pindarvis. troops from Portugal the .amouot of.OtP -
after will)e'J'IUd
weeks date,application Hon. Court of Jackson county, for Letters I 11. AT N..W. WALKCK'S: Shell-Point-Inspectors It is
CoUnty to JSpain.
immediately enter
r" men
fuT Contracts handed to sell the real estate of Dins FLOTD, are
otbefu;. must. be in of Dismission as Administrator of tho estate ofDJ.VlJJRoWELL I Virgil H.Vivian,Edw'd. C.Walker,Stevens, Scn ;
Ue 15h Q.tobcr next. dceased. lAte. of Leon county. lale of said county, deceased. Given under my hand, this 9th Oct. A. D. 1834. said too, t2at these troops are to coflibt chiefly
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t1OMAS ESTO J? RANDOLPH ) ELIZABETH FLOYD, } Ex t us. JNO. M. ROWELL, Adm'r. L. A. THOMPSON, : of those foreigners weo contributed to Don t

t&ilht.SLm A. THOMPSON -" fCom. BEN, CHAIRES, 24th June, 1334. [47.6ttf] L9.3'v) Judge of the County Court Leon County. :I Carlos's success.

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car,Tvnich is made wickerwork, paiuted a riguttio say we they mean -suppose 1 HIn

FROM JAMAICA. tricolour, is 16 feet long and very narrow, with 'then we are sitting in our editorial chair, so If.any person employed in any department of I the County Court Dj Uon c -

seats (abn made ofwicker-workaCl'OSl it'at regular lua presently the door and we hava the the Post Office shall iraproj>erlTkd etain delay, em EDWARD LoocKEau.a, '? -
The Jamtica Commercial Advertiser f opens .
news ,hall r n.
distances could be' bezzle or destroy pader, or
; thirty persons accommodated any rmill UUmjL
ihe 21st of August contains a circular from in the car, which is fixed tmmttRofefy under pleasure of seeing enter rery 'particular" per. i any other person to do the like or shall open, !f EDWARD B.aafWELL, (

the Govenor of the Island explanatory ef the the balloon, contrariwise to the plan hitherto followed sonal friend, a "gentleman al large, who, haVing i permit any other one to open any mail or packetof :I TJ IE defenders anJ all othtn

act of Parliament for the abolition of slavery which wa. to suspend the ear at some dis. laid us under everlasting obligations obligations -' newspapers. not directed to the office where he I ar* nntifiVd that an ATT.&CHtJTh e

also the opinion of the Attorney General relative I below the balloon, to the movementsbf which it by a small loan of** the chine," hasa I is ctfip'oved: such offender shaft,ob conviction thereof out nf the OSre of the Clerk). of th QkJ Chet.

to the construction of the law. Di.Hfqlrae was entirely subservient, without tHe possibility of right, of courseto give advice and find fault ferfeii a sum not exceeding fifty dollars for !I they tion conformably are reqnired with to anr\t".* and rlead to t h e dEDVARD ;*

been assistant special giving it any impulse. addresses us, "my dear sir why don't [you every such offence. And if'any other person : st.tolt".
has appointed
The balloon is covered with net work, the ends give us something in worth read shall open any mail or packets of newspapers or : Oct. l.t 1811.-tw[ m en :. DL
of Jamaica your paper
magistrate far tie! pity and parishes the not being directed r.P Co
I shall
of which terminated at the point where the ear ejubezzle or destroy same Iainli
and such mat-
and Lt. St. JoLu"for the town of Port ing, some 'tales, the fashions of authonzed to i i r-OTICE. J
beinir
is placed ; every movement of which may thus be I the to such person, not .. -
.Royal. communicated to the balloon. Rope-ladders are that are generally interesting? These are receive or open the same, such offender, on conviction .. I1TED m.,Jon 8pplit"alion| to III} a

*We make the following extract from the Herald affixed to the net work, so that ail the exterior things I like ,and they are what every body thereof shall pay a sum not exceeding -Ad-ninistration- th! J lId:< of Leon County Court f Rr.n i it

of the 21st August. It shows the feel- parts of the balloon may be visited, and repairs likes; depend upon it sir, if you will only fill twenty dallars, for every such offence. I PEN tea deceased.upon tU estate O..F.ucltel1ot C .

. made if necessary. The material of which the your paper with matters of this kind, it will undoubtedly 182. '* You are not to open or suffer to be opened 1. TalfoLasse Oft. 12th 183-1. OSCAR wJ. ,

ing of the people on the subject of the new balloon is made is prepared in such a way as to gain a very extensive circulation: any pack Ujl newspapers which is not addressed ) i tOJ' .

aWe preserve the gas for fifteen days. good morning, sir." Exit gentleman at large I to y Ur of e. unJer a penalty of fifty dollars." i I THE JP.dC31 the rt, f'Ibip hert..fi-'re e---

When we reflect on the changes taking There is a rudder at each end of the car; and | and enter merchant. "Sir I called to say, I -Act of 1925, Sec. 30. .I al! consent on the uuuK first of sTcn. j. Was di"YIttd! by tlng r

place, in our Islandon! the chinges, moral, on each side thereof there are two wheels, to which j 1 133. 'You will not allow newspapers to be I t Ottbr, 1S.VJ 1I1\lt4. It
think devote much of to
temporal, spiritual anti political, taking place I are attached paddles made of prepared canvass in'1 1; you too your 'paper i! read in your office, by persons to whom they are i I i lOt! J. f'Lt\roRt'' I

in the minds, and manners, and condition of i: light iion frames ; these paddles are so contrived; politics aid idle stories which can certainly !j,, not addressed ; nor lend them out to such in any I j I: .. 'vt.: njn! :.' 11

what theywere I as occasionly to present a flat surface. to the air j interest no body; why dont you turn your attention J case, without permission of the owners." sM r.l 'rP'c71) itI
laborers-when revert to i ; MIl' of tI
our we and occasionly cutting edffe. and they are set j more to matters that are important than j I 133. "In e'.Cfinotmce in which newspapers j I rrH*'' -r ri"ai '","W tXfc n! to lbI e
what : I SIURROD Mr tt
few back when we see t't'I I. CALL has been"j
a years I I in rotary motion by means of a hanlUe.j f fj any other subjects and would interert to al!- i!,: that come to your office, are not taken out by the ,,j Ithe j 15h dory: of November r .poned 111I' c
what next.
ihey are-and when we look forwaid to j.i The i following is the manner in which the new to the commerce and trade of the country; person to whom: they are sent l, you will irive imy ;i '\ 3. f
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they. are likely io be-we are hardly able to j! rcronauts, intend' to cause their balloon to ascend they are much more important than other sub- medhtc notice of it" to the publisher! ; adding the i iI ;: O..t Ih I ) Q..1vNOTICE. \t c r .

refrain from a feeling of prescnt despair.Th 'j! or decond, without throwing out ballast! or expon-j jects and would interest all because all are 1 I.,I reason, if known, why the papers are not taken : -- pJ

silly schemes, the qnackery, trick, which : lin the gs. In 17S7, Damn Scot and M. Mcuj j out. I
nier of the of Sciences that more or less dependant on them; you ought 4 IX wks after date apnlirat-on mil o::
them reminds of ; Acidemy observed -
been us j I n
have practised on ; (! }1o. the County"Court "
4he hypochondriac consulting his physician ,5 the tir bladder in the" interior of Ihe Ixxly of fish j also by al! means to publish the manifest.1 I KENILWORTII CASTLE.From I l.eon: for L'fer of .\dmini!: ran lortl.e C r.JDt'r'n.
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for' fancied ailment 'Doctor he' : possessed the propcny of permittih them to : they are very important" Yes sir, we will Stewart": e.c" of Soci-.ty. f GP.ANDIOS GLOTEC, deceased. on the :

some ; says plunge to the bottom or ri e to the surface of the do nil we can to accommodate } ou. Exit ] The subjoined description of Kenihvorth Ca'- G:
-I believe I must be sick I know not complaint WM P. CR\l' i'
; my' t water, according to whether the said Mnd-ler was 1! merchant acd enter politi'ian.uY(lIr most tie will interest every reader who has bevn charm- | 'c&r I lEth, I-:U fJl-C J .1
but I eat and drink and sleep. 'Oh compressed or ttita! telt In imitation of this phenomenon -i' -
obedient sir sir will be ed with Scott's thrilling novel 1 of that name : .
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I dear!' rep'ies the doctor, 'you arc very ill: I ( nma'l balloon i is introduced under the inseit this notice (for a political meeting in- The enclosure of a' feJcrL-*, by which the ,]; : r

must give you something to take away all 1 that' ; principle one, whereby, according to the quantity ;' ruin is guarded from wanton trespass and depre- at I.
ward this foanother in ward and the
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-and he does. And such has been the plan j of exterior air which i is introduced therein, a j, 1! datior.. -i is separated from the road by a wall, ,] GEORGE K. WALKER. t
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with respect to the laborers. Mr. Buxton !j I fertile" of thirlpounds weight of nir, more or I.I.i i proceedings of the meeting held last evening I through which! a keeper uJmits, by a small gate, theisitors .i Stcrftary and acting Garcnjrr cf Flor') II
i! less. ill be made in the weight opposed to a large at ? they are not long, will not occupy ;
very who nIII I less nembvrs, arc. H: nEr.i has b- .
found out that they ate, drank, and slept; that I I I greatoror "T ea rr. -"f.l. r:
ballixin. more than two col'ims but I wish to have Before ri., I! : : ih/pn .rilt.LJ
themselves daily attracted to the place. our ca ge BENmem man. s
and ; "
they sang, danced, laughed, enjoyed This will the ,nlof l the : B L rU. I 'f]C :1
place at dip<> -pronants them put in very conspicuously and by tha i; could draw up at tItle enlr.Jnr.wp were surroall- > 1:1'- v ?:v of JeP" 1S llitv! I;I
-that they were so far blessed by Heavco a powerful means of elevating their a'rial ship at j j|I lye 1 wish would b,: good enough to republish i\ tied by a troop of little girh from th.- iieijrhb'rinrcottages : nrird"r of' T. r.rv rrnn mv.c.i TOM ;}li Irr- o(II,

as to have minds devoid of care and anx- will to the current of air they may find necessary !1: you each to eager to anticipate her feiw! ; in :,L A. D '..,? v, ,f MM Cvy, hv s a.on Pt..jf h' F
series of numbcts that have been
He said that the slave the for their Th. aUo have arranged I a : I 1 loo rush J o- ftoeroni .-f.>ptem'.o4'r. 1,7t :1"
iety. happiest was purpo-e. \v so : the sale of a IMX>!S of dUcription. that I had ever )f = {.. .,
-most degraded man; and he anti his pnritani-I j tloir ]p:1dI1l: < ns t" enable them to imitate the !i': published in the-; they arc very powerf&l I lalthriHt into my hands l>e tre tile chaise door p ar, 3u Ji iihi i-\d n?;r. raan hz* t C'j': J.u b

cal friends have taken him in hand and ire j, movement' of birds which do not fly in a direct :!: ana spirited, just the thing f"r the present I: cotilllJ l opened; ; and from \vho'e importunity to :!(\ lice.\:11: tkrc'o'e. in I"
j line hut tick a; it were in the nir by ri- times; nothing but polities should find a place of second I after Ind bcecl I r U --.e .f'h'.t'. r .p;11'1 C. f
I dispose a one j fer
now doctoring him; to make of this degrading copy; pur .. a ret-.t."J ot I'1O fJr-D-i r, .\/If.u .. :
? A her months ont'inir in inclinr! tirrciion? Acwrdini; ti' thist, in the ,pipers nt this time; nobody thi 1k01 ch.iscd, we were freed on'v by the shutting ol the i i'rhn.r, -Lc:1':"; .. ''; i-4 J \ forla .S 1. li
what
man--a a happi r man no j jexperience :' rry jtd 1.1 L.
j mo\-c any tiling oUo now: by the way your paper is keeper"iriu.% afterve had: ;pased thn u:',. Trie : dt Di'trit t'.r'--, -
will enable the h"ru to form '] I
public I, nient* alternately au.l 1 &down as marine shIP'; : not half warm enough; should give us a !I noUevitti: ? wlneh this closed again npuu l.e! nail And I .j h-'rii.. .;Hr'lO, "fi1'1::"..'" '.." n, _., "
you
a bettci.; conjecture as to the alteration effected j tack horiz-jntaily n !lt to left. &e.i I : nif.4.t'r5. t" i jhn Zh' f
} 1 ; i plcfltnf do that and I'll ant.i started husidred: .it rooks t'rvmi every jmt of the : in ; .appr'hc."., n "f e' ,
wan
in him For our part we see the *eeJs of suplcion -- j i Bi"ji.le.s the means of zi\ ill! the ..1'sirt'll.Tr'ci : I cayenne uhead.'; II I ivv. clustered pile) l efore u<. v. no, hovering aroun I II II us'J an.i Ira I iin'- turn tf jtb"!-e.
t i:1: to ihvir bullom it would i you will no I will leave two or three r Dr.s !is a r.LT'nni' abijt dv f.
jealously, hatred, and discord takin j appear that I the I aro- j I with loud cawing": proclaimed, in n*> uncertain et ili:\ hbrk m
I
Toot in him already. lIe begins to expect all ntuits: !hv'c another method, ot't whirl they rt.r- I ;of these numbers and I wi-h you to publish I. language, that the only\ inhabitants of that which j;. vf phjcion! ., a 5Iiti'! 'Jifccl !in one hj>. sr.d fKeen: :

things to deman i overy advantage of the slavoand :J( ved ;Jne i'i'crethul, front what ,umpired in eonver-1.! ihe-e, and then the others as f list as they appear i once was among the stateliest pa'ace'! *. wvn now'flocks i n:t' G'.. h"I (
II t1i'T .f T"
$3 in, ne .rnnjrine n consist of a ort i-f 1.I IK-.:- : word if befo'f iV- .I''aoo,'..
of the fioe man too; to abate two thirdsof I may good"ojie you ;please of unclean hir.!. Tntin.g> thU inc dent j; 1 J'h! dty4 .T'Mj. r llljiorr. 1
I 'lows of their 0\\.1\\ ill ttion.whereb..:: cnrrenN ofair 1 vi/u will von be good to subscri'oc ; it tone to feeling with i ; r._ r T" .._. 11
bis work and to have his compensation tre- no so as ; may aoiKar., give a every i, rto..l 'l (if: __'iE___ no. \_'. I.. .."
may he (.r .1r..tI. of S'ltTiciitu ra'p'u'iiv to "$1.1 m which I afterward contemplated: the and -' -- h
for f Traveller..Marriage scene, -
p:1l'cr
I our : .
bled. He !begins to laugh in the faco of his !' I DANCIN5jaa '
!'p tints de for each !
) : aptlui: paddle and each rnd- I INcome the ir-let to musings! wiih: will long remain .j ., :.
.
. bookkeeper, to tare in the faco of his Qttorficy -I dcr. } I j I I| :1SnCIJte.,111 I a t ieco'ecti! of lie I: i,nur. I II j ,.

an'1t.inu1tthe magistrate. The means of directing tin* Nil ship' then arc ( .t1krJ.-Mr Mitchol Potter has j I The mor.1il13S b-ighi and lovely! ; and oiiy I\.t Ja ; TI J J

in a few words as follows :-The aeronauts would! ) I adveitsed, in lh pipers hi< ddl'rminltion: to I: the moment l ei're, I had been in r. ex.iberacce ", .& or D.MO .\< .'. '.

from Ihf Baltimore .-lm ritm1. piriN : but n"... -in ir'v-i-t'.b i e ihoiightf ilIK.S >-T rc rec J.. ..:......-.L" 'I... t;. y ..:-? T. ', ,'.
in the wiho l l Slr* direesion. If they shouM; ) < -d Uerrleitbv : .,.. 0, _.'1a 1!_.',_.. .- '. ,... .
uc
.
anvi I : :
FROM J \M\IC \.-The schooner Joseph Y. I thus philosophically descants upon the subject c -; ot\ once spir'.tlenv hiiiTirtiiii th ,*,:.. .. :i.} .'
-
Tnvlor arrived this from coed in this they iiiiirht travel at an average rate i :1d sl.L _\ tiouanqi I in I :nai":1- -'I-st.,1; upon .. .- .? -- r ? .1
Tompkins. at port jot ten or twelve! l lea- jcs an hour and often from :- I ; ii.uul ad aI .J7.t't arouti-f. I l IK-O: JC '. f' .* ;_ 'r._ *. .'j ,1.1tf. ". E.-. : '. I '*>, j I5T; :.r II
Port RovaS. -C T. has politely favored usU'ilh "In Pauiit: well known there : : "- : ? '1lr'l -:" .'"T H &' .: -i.!
pt. 1 ti.irtv-five to !forty Ie.iues an hour. l IT! thev H are a number 1 i n.iecte.l I .... ..Zh! .-- .. y I.
in nierr ):g l.Ves c \ t ;irtt.o: i .' ;?, -:- .' a t T ,
a file of the JamticH Herald, to the 13th I Uoilii: I find themselves! ; lx.-tween twn winds in different of' rCp'-CtIe! marrnge ag nts ir broker-? with t the ':u>:. Beiore t- W.i: r.'icjcene: of o.rof : .. ;. :.. !-1. 'n sT.:% ,/- ;J"---r. A': -.." '.*;r.. .:a a.

September from which we glean the followingilcms. di'er'ion: .. tiicv: wouM l advnnee at th" rUt' hoe business i-J *o obtain vive* t for bachelors the ir.oit r!;:,nirlcent nir-1 c >,1,'." ;n: gMn'; rvwiines --.- .-!, ;-. '.'t' "' ., 1 : ." a.
!''Of from two to five na;. houi. I PT t'i: .'\. .vimld rernnini : .. r "
and Imsbauds for those who are desirotnto ed l in the king-lorn and 1 the prir.c-v! (,'-.tr !- ,i i* : S :: : : : ':

The papers are full of complaints of tb% ;. '::\i bn.trv 'al) \\titin i; :tor; n 1 favoraMc: win! : r-nler the happy state. Thit miny of the f. 'If on-* honourr-1: t..t :d V\T* ;f lt. v."iih f..+* c >. -cS .;: f."." S "

conduct ol'the 'apprentices1"; or negroes, sine1 'n tho! ihir.l :'Lce, ;If thev should' encounter a pH,. thou formed have proved fiJciiee a'1Il. fJ\\J**5 tft.I.* ::lrt. Bit >n.t'*.. .. V- J-v/ a- ; ..: 0 r -'!. ;:0 ,. ... H, :' X. .'
: itively, f.il vi'i.; J.} tb.WIHIIJI! tack bv Ilc.aihil1 arrangements very Ti -
: I trie !; : n imigerv ,f !k.-J :Hlu\V'IUr J .-IYJ: .
their but make mention of eyM
emancipation no happy matches and ate knoun to have been S : o-: ;! \ 1-3L I& :.
:
;
: and !! like iiirds!
vrjitup: I -.vn a .
eirv w.'iofly.
djsturbenccs ; ui ; once >prea .jro-.ui i irVherc the r.>l,!e .> ar!:. v. :!.. -- .
ofmolUeontppreh'als- 'n* ue nra'a,t the tvjn; made by persons of icspcctahility! and proper -J 4 ,
|
U.s lnlerei :t'd. ? \\ ha.re Lt' :il r-: Lt; -: d F"'iS ? i.LE.T .
entertained that owing to their refti-ins to In t"' c even :'f n rr(1ofli'1 I ty. irgo itt Triton an.i Ario: in themii!. of- 'r- -' .
: >r-ivt: *
; ; ; r. .)41 :.:\ *-:.- r'f, ri T1.. ... -F-;"; '
work more than eisht hours a (1:1H'' raisin.: i; i is ,:\u ,:.' I that: ine weiirht HI' iris thnt1 i there arc many hundred ladies pose :uiiJ: : ai.l dopLHI:[ } > : Wl.ere the :.*' T.> ot _; > 4J:1 .__v :.f".-': .:0; I :.

'. of sugr.r WIlt cense to He ptufuaMc to ihe pro. 1! woiii.l] evijxwi! I !>.? no l..,s tlmn that of the si'd of consi i'It'Ii\l.Jlc' property, good man- .. aiul g ),lJejvse j> tirin4 i--r ricise glt .tt Lt. --t.--

prietors of estates. Neither o1'rs of mon I povM;! '\iV5 e"''; extra allowances h,' of tirr.o no'f I iuen'y! thf h.T'n'!; on wouM:I Inve the : FaI j.'r\vr ( (' ; <. :'\ ". I *. .t. .. 'j- I
,
nor exchange > 11.c.C''\ retired and however willing to enter o! the tournament ar.d Lt-'ar.l-Iht': :!. n.: : f ,. i .i"....;;
'of a<('ni iivi n; oj: first startiijL. 'f. .r. i ;. _; :, C
reasonings as to the mischfif which i nit reSult into thc.ln'menia! facilities ofi .: j )ym ;ranet. mJ the t riinOtr:n 'ir;.:: I
state, ia\ c no ---
: -
The:, rlnltt.'il.!. of he II h --- -- -
course
tothe wiil induce the i1'ln'i.1lr.i ,i music, swe"ing on the Lr t'zell ft. t..e giv i\-- J -.- (
csta'.c*, n-groes to"work th-m! kc h.ixr '' introduction.To j : ..VS. (- .'. & I' V. vVi .
a r.npTSS: Kiieti-r. ; thy :ilso in- .
:; and festive LrOng-tie: co-jrc-ou. > !h r an-l 1."ivor1 .
at night. v.-n. :,:'d 1\1\ ar>p.Tr
On the niht of the 7ih September sevenl| | >' ;\:.i-..-ltv.! '\ :hi-i.: wjl! ascertain the vrrtie'e and 2oti-ition of marridjje cotitra:;ls, would prove I gone fr \'er"lthHll ie-.ui'ig a trace tv: iud r t. .S15'v If -"N.::. .". T .

severe shocks of an earthqutk? urc experienced ; horixofjtle v '!,'rt.:: ; tftlJ lolitMtn.;! They will likc-:: a areat facility and imsnonse advantages niiuh' them ? ij i: ".. ,' : ,'.- _..;....J .,.. .. .."-. ,,--x;-r-. .;-. 'n .. 1.:I. ...: 1

at Port Roval. Thr Herald siy: (. wis c' l:1ke'dl th--m one of Sir Hainphri-v ivy's he donved from its esUblishme.nl to the con- i Trie! wide spread; huntnr.gr5jrt are t raverse t : ._ : '' *"'t ; i "' .. ;. ..
1 1:1 .'rlh! lant'iorn. which S .
"There indeed four ih were, ) : ; ('OInni-- t "* % ..
;
!i without ninninj: thrt ri:k of sejo: Gr t' the bal- < where was (;:1cethe lake is a widely tut'e I men, I '. --- ._-.;_\ F.. r r.ro:' :.; I II,,..t' ,
within the spice of about two minutes-but' lon, ".it: dinand itstif.
the t'.e from i ilde-i .
the first was tntlv Mnrminz. Many persons; ,.to read) and write, if overtaken by niiit and seethe JJ JhtletJC, very liberal, the hiiines> of, the baier: ca England then Sv proudly>e : !!'e-m turreti -' : .' .. ......\1-.1". tI.tSi'. .. .,.... ..." ..1T' -;.'

were awakened by it and found themselves i [ cornpa". ; course would be very profitable to the agent. ed, ISt crumbling: nri' of rui!l. atnifst f ivljicJjeven : :- "- 'I.. lJ..r.- -:. -' '--. !-'.,-- '--.'--- .' -..-:.

rocking in their bed*, while the mofe, siiii2-! i Tii- principle projector of this uiiramio: uuJrrn- 1 The present mole of a.t{ionising for uueis > tile outlines I of the I L IlIO'l.1t'lm. : In'.i.;;; then I I .\P.t.C'UIL.T'.I. .\ =;:.'. .

,, ling of the houses and furniture were rattlin kin!. i i)1. Lennox, I .rnl"'rly a superior oilirerj attended with many dirH<'uties! -an-J cmbarnss ; ti.itil: with ail: the wit beauty, r.n-1 >i>! 'ldllr! ot" the : ?;: ..vtEoaV;_..'. :c-r .. > .. -.... .'. .

-the glass in the sideboards ringingncarw be traced : and where.:: ;f.ice '' .:;- 3. ;.r---' i :. -.. '
the fii .
after
part: in politics during two .j years therevu'.ti'i : .: :. JNO.; T. : :
t lamps swinging to nnd fro. It was both pre- '! i')n of Julv. He will a
cecdcd and followed by a short and sudden i loon the 13h! Au mt from the Champ de MTFS.arcompanietl i tne>c views on this subject. I think the experiment iii ie ot ro.ih-4! iiI raven-. the tnt ve- I
men.of the t of e-iihr ,
: reptiles; t..to Ttxgran !
gust of wind accompanied bv rain and a peculiar : by sexvnteen pers ins. JI:1.n! whom | ought to be made. I shall therefore XOTICE.
butt the K-irl f -t.tr.: -i.i i.I .
.
oniraiice, by i' ; -= ," ,:7. = '. ". 1-. '
noise resembling the of boavy | will l l.e Mndanx! Lennox aiuf another I Jav. \ .I lj : 'to.'O- r
e.'cIHl'reJ .
rumbling '
without d make .
proceed ;lay to such ar- entire. It v.a< never connected wiii. the cn-r.e : 1
j jL Pt. .r5t're- ; U.r.. ,- ". ''Vc'. )'JO';"' Vt
carriages at a distance. The undulations; with sonic of of thescieaulTic: :persons who' rani>ements for opening an agency iu this 'iI l but vas attached! to the wail bv i'-hi'; 'i it wa surrnsmded. .. .,. .,.'. L.., .- 1.....-. .-.'.r' ..-....... ..,:. .'. .- .; ..i"" !.
were from west to cast and the duration of the will forui a portin'i the a.iventunms:! party. of which due and consists of li xvith lofiv :' ." t.j. . : ,..01'1'
seemed t) ( notice will tve given,) as I >ur tower a ; : : l.br: ) :1': ,::(it p t. :
vrsanijiiine' to their ,
first shock from 10 15 second They success arched between them. The i- a5rtt'f r I f e.4! '
to ?-the other fe(I sure will ntford satisfaction to those jniteway arch iu c.et.1 'ut\.Jert :
I and said they would! rench London in six every ,iM .
: or sevenhours [ willed?: aul the whole! ii r'-qflir.T. hI' 'r;!! T.'ie fv sx ze5; ill
three shocks followed jn rapi-1 succession, but 1 who >een up. : is now trareformed; ; N I
until n t'nr: wind. A number experiments are disposed to patronize what I firmly ,
hah"mT: 'f th-! bTi"a ,>f wA! I tit *
into dwelSii the and hU par -
tfcre gradually fainter acd fainter to the last.-It have been 11J11ic'iIJin I the last t\v, y.*ars, and all 1 believe to be a meritorious and useful uuJei ;- a : tor keeper fi'riv.:! It :ie't-c; I-pI. .i" : .,.....:. .. a. .,-I *.:, }-..> T'. f

is but too probable that this was hut a slight effect -;( appears lo l lee mo>t sy>tcmaticay!! arranged ; s CI taking.'* cohtams v.)me curiou specinens of ol j work iri : 1* .'',',1'.,. %. i-.mcd-'t-! ;. .: f':"*....h' .. '.;":, *:". .*l* 1 (
i woo.i, from the rastie: ; an.l the leads! on tile u> ,
of a more dreadful and disastrous convulsion : much sn, that the gentlemen! with whom we CiJii- ji :., !at-ee l'J't:::- :' 1. f, I "J I t
t of the tower command extensive views of the sur- :b.:1oJ: S. -! ._ TL ;: 'U tI
:
versed and who ic the second in command \1. l.
that may have occurred at the sime moment j| Lennox( being captain) told us that! it \\a, weB! : EXTRAORDINARY ',.\TER SFOUT.-On avery sounding country. The cattle itself occupies; the: )".'. i'.,:..,-. II.J'I- -" :....'. ... ,--.'-" .,,.,." .' ,.... j. .. ,;j": j

on the continent; and we shall look with i understotKl th.it whoever quitted his pot without : lainy day in July hita very singular occurrence ;; summit of a gentle -swelling knoll, some rods uNtant. :! n."t* rt.es' .TT1-1, cut L**'.T. V'*..,.**-. k. .' **-.."T1., 14 I

much anxiety for intelligence from thence. i permission was to have his bra ins blown out without took !place, in \she county, North It uas originally qnadrange! ench<:Ing ai : there. :nnJ t ro r.nilx: large court! but small : of i it _:'cstand as a J..V" of er'VT": :; '".
The of the 11th On or area : a ;portion only '
piper says : | ceremony. Carolina. the acclivity of a considerable :: ; DLOCKEt
is .;)(.)II1g->howiiij I here and there a mn>svf JftlLN
The Earthquake appears from o ir I Whatever mayv#* the result of the >crimentj mountain of the .
countryto ecj (a spur Pb.aini.Xy) about 50 t wer, a pointed arch, and remains of the eaiti- L lira: Ocu lh It'I I
have been severely felt from one end of the j one cannot help feeling respect t lor those coura1 yar.ls from creek ef the same name which t I
j fulflxiw windows whicli: t formed so ornaiuen'al aPart
NOTICE:.
Island the and I individuals who are afoul to run such a
to other have caused
to sreom
great washes'he foot of the mountain a discharge of the architecture of' the in (
1 risk in order to decide .: scientific age which the 1.J :11 X.-sMs ron. ; "Cli. thj: I ;bt'( tli5tJ!: .
consternation.Ve have not heard that i it occasioned -I J' i? reported that the ferial ship question.It i i.* to proceedto of water f from the clonds struck the surface more,. modern parts of the structure was Crt'c:- ';T I .JI r-artd-. -i :iie ....n'f '.'t&B' ,, JI

any serious damage. Houses, however London, but we could not gain silive information of the mountain and swept every thing iu itsi.aylo ed. I t'n. n Arir; t !. H" eze1't: '.. h th"m. bl'll'I I
any
have been more or less injured in almosteveryparish. p the creek including I!I n-r-s f ii-i: scud ::rm ":" C.>:; & B.wtasen fi''n. :
a, to this ; much wiil de;>cn.1 on he % large trees, and 11''
THE MISEK l'C ISIIED. ]i tc! -:)J": of ray n's which they l.\''lhf.-\f J
:
.
result of experiment the 15th inst. rock-s weighing least of Sei
on at a ccuplc ton? I nnef: piy-ible o iho ?Ad ttn oj to" & ,
It is stated in the of the We extract the following specimen of Turkish .,, <
94h tb:1te r.
paper ., cmific men who have since viewed the scene t. >fct*> :t)L3.ieae ::'f I.CkT J. .**../T: ICl-fcll*'*: tCtV.._ ti.1. h
rioas rnunity occurred on board the schr. J. I THE DIFFICULTY OF PLEASING ALL. 1: have concluded that it was produced by the tale> from thu Xouveau .IourtnlAsia: th'n: ajr-.'. --i'iir.u- ." thi .:' r.-'.t"S .1.:, 1 tJ\a "..n.if.' I

T. Tompkins, which sailed from Port Royalon ; tiquc for May. Under the rein 0:' the tir-t I t'-r"\\"J..1.'l ..:. "." '..-. :1 t.--.'...-.n- ..ru.tGj. )
Every man woman and child. who can read bursting of a descending water >pout. The r" f

the 7th September, during w hich an attempt at all, has read the fable of the hOI 1 31 an, the native monr.tainccrs say that they have seen kaliphs, there was a merchant at Bugd.ul. S, &'.:1'-i: ",-.: it'ran..li.-". 'I.\: I :It2. T; D..J t.u-r; n.tnoI1 jsxJ_ ,firm.tt3S 0 I', (I

was made on the life of the master. I' Boy, and the Ass," the object of which is to such occurrences heretofore and they call it equally rich and avaricious Onj day he had : ene.u, sj to (L. X' !

The captain"of a British man of war observing illustrate the folly of attempting to please every the falling ot a cloud.EDITOTUAL I! bargained with a porter to carry home for him ,.t tj 1 ',. B 1iOOLEA.Bik

the schr's flag hoisted Union down, sent a body. If there is a class of men in the I t i i a I large basket porcelain vases tor ten paras. ', : rk IS- ::1 't":,. 1 lOa: i iI

boat to her and secured the mutineers. They 1 woild who feel the difficulty of pleasing everyone DILEMMA.-During. the dead ; As they went along, he s.iiti to the man, ")1 v .i i I l- '..0.'. /JJ.VA or FLORi&fTiI ,'

were taken before he friend, you are and! I am old-- :. : iai.rfS.L-ert'q- .;.dbyt "Ci.: .
subsequently magistrates young you cal. -
it i is the editors of newspapers. Poor., season the editor of'a country 'paper being, :
of Port for ; still earn plenty-strike offl UtK >nB-nk f F:.: .1 s having eI 1. ,
Royal examination the result souls : entreat you a I
they must live by ministering to the various < much distressed f.r mattar ransacked every >cr'dNo'rct MSKEST lH5. ThtLLtt.'t" '
of which was that the full particulars of the and variable tastes of the multitude ; hole end corner for intelligence; anti after having : para from your hire." .'\llIingl.replied! th-! .- l! '.\ in r5J! ink, .1." f>r sheSrBcRiBtK pgseJtcI i!1f 4

case should be submitted to the Attorney- which the anxious mariner watches the changes -:: as he thought, completed his task, sat porter. :This request was repeated again arid :' : < h". -t:):k.lre !vi;rt'! i is I" pcrttI J

General the men in the mean time : again until when they reached the hous?, the 'Jhs.\'i. .n s b:1;.'';; their appra.-: ten:?' Iw I
remaining : ,
of clouds lest :
-
varying they ffi3)'like him down to dinner with what appetite he might- '. I .. uiatheC.1; ti'er,<"'.or'
had .1 t.-ncao n ccrt.-r: ;cs > i
in prison. Col. Harrison, the United States' be overtaken unprepared *>y a storm; or like i In the middle of it he was interrupted by the porter only a single) prara to rl'Ccn'c.s ;J. t'-sre ih; iJ MonJay ,3 NorenvNrr r.exr.(1rt.! '-: .

Consul being anxious to enable the vessel toproceed the the of they went up the stairs, the tnerchaut said, iI iI i iI i i ih! b *; lerc-J VP TOI'
careless pilot upon mighty but treacherous -1 I entrance his familliar alias "the dc'il. de- I srript! vis n ? c .i*> xrit :
An her voyage was desirous having Mississippi, run their boat foul of1gsflas. !I mnndi.ig umore copy !" "Blast the fellow." if you will resign thejlast! prara, I will give you !L Bv:;. orJor cf th? TV,. J of Direciors. '

thc offenders delivered ever to him in irons, .", I! "" j tHree piecesofadrice." hUe it S3," said the I\ ROJI. !=t'LE.bC.1'ilM.T..n..1..L. .
; "More copy said he. .hy, have you put larh l'.... .., .. iINOTICE. :
that he might send them home for hinl-but 'What pity some of our ingenious Yankees ;, in the story of the tremcnduous mushroom 'poster.Well then," said the mecchiiit/'j i J.

he was informed that as they had already been : have not invented a kind of barometer, that\ found in Mr. Jones' field !I" Yes sir."-"And if any one tells you it is better to be fasting i f r."ue. tb1t. I
given into custody of the authorities there should '! than feasting do not believe him; if any one 1-ALL 'T h.) .HC i iteresic-i. w.Il uie ; ..oCr
no at all time mark the precise state of the account of the prodigious crop of apples
thing could be decided upon until the Attor- public opinion that moral sky upon which I gathered from Mr. Sims' tree ; "Yes sir."- | tells you it is better to be poor than rich, do I- .. :y of Jrtf.-rs.vj, FLrzd: \ i PetH-ai_ )! lifS JUII' I

flpjrGcncraIs opinion was delivered. editors and politicians are obliged to keep a' hAnd about Mr. Thompson's kitten being r not believe him; if any one telU you it is bet-j\i j tn\f 'te p>tte ol* Ii \ \' lltLKd LlW 01 :\;.( .C 1 J JdcoE'

ter to walk than ride do not believe him." 1 se.!. ..nd I "It011 tie !*0i! J n.oil}.c.-nu. -
;
keen and To the suckled ?I" "And Mr. ;
I stcdy gaze. fraternity, surfa by n hedgehog Smith's 1i C.p
-'!
I 1.)1) sir m vc lit* Jucz: of.uJ Court i>> vi:\ J '
THE JERIAL SHIP. an invention would be invaluable and to the dreadful! accident with his one horse chaise : good replied the astonished porter, j i, :rs to divide 'ao-l n\itiucm said; M>U'.ci iCC II .:

There is now exhibiting on the premises of the inventor it wool 1 he no less profitable than the ; us he passsed down Holborn Hill T* Yes sir." 1 I knethese !things before, but if you will listen :i the claims i.f the PiotCri.wf'rJ .

Aeronautical Society of Paris, i in the Champs Ely- patent "panacea" of Dr. Suuim. J About the men who stole the corn out ef the to me I will give you advice such as you : ;reii. ) I
heard." The round UI11i4' //. Lore, V Pciiijor.ers, bfC
turned
sees, the Aerial, or Bnflobn Snip. Perhaps those who do not know "the ills : .slacks in the farm }yard 1" Yes sir, it is all up I I I never the merchant \ark fh.MgntcgUo. .,/ :, ) J I

fins novel conveyance counts of a balloon of that editors are heir to," may think we speak' but there is still a line and a half and porter throwing thp baskct- own the GEO. V. \\ \RXER( ,

134*feet long, 54 feet high, and about 25 feet wide. I extravagantly on this subject; but we : is1TC "Then add," said he with the "antinO'I I I staircase, said to him "if any one tells you ? Sept. S}. 134.: P'-3.iill.-J

in the form of the air-M.nMer of fish rather 'I that one of vases remains ur.broken, do '
.It u a them Vure strain not the truth beyond its' dignity, "that they most au-da-ci-ous-ly took your 'UOCTORJOH.VRESPECTFULLV .iIcLEM0'
in the rmddle whilst UK ends in believtj him." could LJa1ht
wide are the not Before the miser his fri.. 'W"
in&nu
bear. when declare and threshed it the !V
strength to we to them out on premises :
form of a pointed cones. A balloau in ibis shape that intolerable." II I. reply, the porter made his escape. 1tns ofROBINSON'S t. pNf ts <
"our .sufferings arc
Only
trill meet with ahbc times loss resistance tJJl Done I. Ntw3J

.lii a round form; and that which "eare now describing look at our case but for one moment: suppose, "Do you take a _newspaper, neighbor 1. "lhrn'em" said Jonathan at the battle' of Bun M S ;(

i k calculated! to raise a vcgit? of 7,500 for instance we, oursclf-editors and one "y es.7 What on- ? "Take why I tike all ker Hi!!, utltt/rt docting brllets!" when cue oft FOIl

L. j I other very unpopular: class of men only have J kl can lay my hands oa." |, them l passed through the top of bis hat. -.Sale at iluVOffice.I t

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genius had for a period uarkened-It. lefc 46
was a dispensable to the
welfere the
: i stay-maker and the of oomnitmity L> be 1 ai ,Its be .
IIIttti : son of a mechanic-to Thomas put down by mere clamour. The of accomplished in 23 days -a fine trip ia ; -- "_.- --.; -- .-
FLORIDIAN Paine, aided only by present system so short a tim r .
a natural
strong
: understanding banks has
frequently been extended beyond the true M. A. PIBRSON 'ACQ 'eo.
and who from A Paris mentions that for
came the body of the people ; it was point of utility and paper some days pasta ,
in
all
AmAQg BgTUUDAY left to him perhaps cases, there has : has been through of the i
Q A I at a most important crisis to redirect the not been sufficient care to insure I person riding parts city g d
OCTOBER 25.s. attention of that same People to the a proper proportion in a car with sails, acted upon by the wind, with :
I political between
great its
\ I truths : "That Kings were but issues of paper and specie capital. But. entire success. He stopped at several places of ] .3 '
men.That all the .
advantages of the
I civil system so far counterbalance pleasure and appeared to have complete control of e '
11U bare terminated ln the suc.1)tGeO grew put of natural rights.-" That civil societies the evils that it is
only the bM IS
ia EI'ctlOns necessary to place a bank under machine. He even mounted a hilly street, '1 1a
Ticket for Congress, a. d a granted nothing, but that every man was a the control of with ,i
an enure Union gentlemen, whose moral standing the wind almost *a head: If things go on.. 1 a1ud y
.d the ble 'orit}' in the State LegiJaiuie.I The proprietor in society, and draws on the capital as a will be a security for the purity of its managementto thus, steam power wH soon be at discount. ,Ss e .': ,i ie l

t.ntit i matT rckrt has heCII Watcd in MarylandroMroBTn.r.By 1 matter of right" command for it the countenance and patronage of t.-3 loa u w Q" J. <
!l; It is the creators who are the judges of the .
powers any community. "T. P. R. RAIL ROADS.Mr. CO t o..C "

- jtrare. of the creatures ; to them belong the corrective whenever Wm. Williams, agent of the Athens < 2 I3d U :g r

era1tr'l !! the latest accounts from the limitations of grants are transcended, or Rail Road Company, has just returned from w .-. -- ?" ..
Q'f.1. with the line- I power is abused. To the States of our LATEST FROM SPAIN. < .Q 0 .J
rrantfln Com. PATTEIISON, compact, the North wither be went with a view of improvement GCC.&L" : :
C.rE A 'Ile J hn>'Delaware, was at Alexandria Egyptfh I therefore, appertains the right to judge of its infrac- BAYOnNE, Aug. 30.-(Private Correspondence) the experience of the north I-4 I ; ..,I
upon
fir!) lIOns, and to restrain their -The four columns : .8 )
LPT visit Cairo and the common agent-their now in of
) had been on a to servant pursuit Zumalacar- and west in the construction of rail road3. w u > l Jft
Iat d I and not their master, from regtiy, arc commanded the first .7
- tt their intention to visit Jerusalem passing beyond the by Rodil, who has '
was The
main result of llr.YiIliams' :
'lg1rnU ." trusts confided to its under his orders observa E f.SI.S 'J
administration 4,000
!YI--fother vetsnJ cbrated in acrcd and I pro- teaches infantry and 200 cavalry C 1
places lions is that wood is to bd
the second by Gen'l! Don Loranzo. preferred to !
known whciher. they will conTtourney COMMON SENSE. who has 5,000
rlus: not infantry and 150 horses ; the third.' by Don !I all other materials in the construction of rail. GIS-C. '
and Med.na: but ae-
E Mecra not ., s
: to ; I -5
I
celi"oOrm, whose brigade consists oi'3 roads. An engineer has been tosun'ey '
'. ''lBCt JClj Commodore travels will be cxki' fflR> THE PLORIDIAK.BANKS. ,000 men employed >.a .
- '>llIl1Jehoutd and i the fourth by Brigadier Cordoba. who i is at the route between this place and Athens ca c
with .
the
he favour: pubhck an ac- the head of :
rt 4,000 men. with a view to the location of the road & I a .a
These
doubt }1.1 are ;
1I'tlun dt"co"eriethey will no indisputably a subject of more than or It is reporte-': that a
bloody
; I iIIInlOt 1n1er t. Dunne. the absence of the Commo- i dinary importance ; and in their prtctiral'bcarinc. ken place at L'fiarlo Araquil engagement, in which General has tahe will commence his labors at this place on DIRECTIONS. t

"4l n!* 1\(rr
''t' [ I on hoard, in favor 0( the Lieute- every day. There have been no institutions, since troops ore represented as having lost 400 or 500 thereafter, sections of the road will be let up- 1. Round the chest under coat. t

- JIle' .11:,,tlhlpmcn} and Sailors, a< is cu..tomary, the commencement of our territorial history, from 'men. It[ is also rumored that another action was on contrabt.-Sentinel. 2. Do. Waist. .

1 :0. oat: "al I officer go to sea with} their wives, w which so much general and individual alarm and fought. near Pampduna, that thc snored battalion 3. From back*.am to elbow and knuckle j ioin,;.

Ity i 1i e ern At'. It is not unusal, we understand, for injury have been sustained! ; and consequently, whose was cut to pieces by the Carlisls, and] finally, that From the IS" Y. Commercial Advertiser. 1 4. Round the thigh. ri

\ to make standing and !the latter was again victorious in third elicnuntcr. Disra Riot. afternoon about 5. From the hip-joint to the ancle.
1J.t .t'l'o JE r:sM'"vTF.n AMID-SHIPS! : ruom tendency it becomes so much the interests a ceful -Yesterday ,

", JboIC and female trumpiry.1 of! the inhabitants that they should understand We ilbis inteTigence; however, as mere the close of divine service in the churches, a furious "n

'0. :n not1edcnicd hat discipline in our nary, has I Every citizen who is capable of receiving or sustain- 0,1 dies, lest they should turn out to be fibnc.; !lions fray took place in several of the streets of our NE\V GOODS.HA. .. f

i.rln ll1'I" lion of the I I ing a pecuniary benefit or loss, must feel an interest 1 j like.; the! victory of Rs-partero 1 aver Zabala at Le- cily. Leonard street, from Broadway to Elm ; 41 n ll l QN J
- .ant J ltIt'tJl. } t.
'' ( I Elm to Franklin and Franklin from Elm to e :
and France in thru-exigence and ;
'a uhile England are straining ; every citizen ought therefore ,
451 : to Income A rencontre has taken ;place this day, cot far Broadway, were thronjred by hundreds of riotous I nEUSON&.Co.( would respectfully m- e
) theirs on the most efficient fuotThen sufficiently acquainted with their
to place meritsto from their and the "
customers
n crle Eyhnr between the Gnrrfc'and and but publick -
,
not generally .
"Cf. chapel Car- disorderly people 1 as we are happy to
exact and rigid Discipline know when to refuse or to confidence that they are now upenms, their Stock of
: the most prc'i repose in lists of Biscay* who had upwards of 200 men learn. Americans. The contending parties knocked new ) t

t. +s cxli'l'it'11"' n rtorll'yj"' : contrast to our once them. I Killed. each other down, stamped upon !beat and kick- I FALL & WINTER GOODS

, tlll, *,.", 'd id I ii tl'.1t flOW i ilf-il.s.inuf.d: bhips-of-tvar, or rayachU According Jo the provision of our last Legislative ed them when prostrate, with frightful violence. just received from New York, consisting of i f"

'cti ;t'r Ir I SI"T' r.'/'tCcurt' of our mval I Uuall's.11" \'..J by is the I .Council 'vc shall, in all probability, have this Will.tCl' LIVERPOOL MARKET. Numbers might be seen fighting at the same time assortment of superfine Cloths, Cassshnercs and a splendid Vest- :

th:I 1".)?,.1 irnt t-n tlio snl'jivt t of these 1110tl ou& abiucs two, if not three new Banks, or branches ofRanks LlnRrooL, September 6. various directions, and the scene was altogether inc, of a great variety, selected from late importations t i

'IJ'i < t'oirt'f'l'1:1t the incite Potomac is again to in operatIOn It becomes us to examine thefiumdntions The sales of Cotton dllriuf the : brutal and disgusting.]i Our informant+ t, an eyewitness of the most fashionable order.-Likewise, a I
:11 last
' Se7 f.I Sfat I I"1'1'' Ia.; II.t1I'> f++r the} l pi'til or urn of ours I mi winch these superb superstructures: only reach U.190 bales! 1350 weak will I I believes there were an hundred fighting general assortment of Fancy Articles for Gentlemen's }
arc to be raised The including Uplands the time. He svcral down at dress, viz :-Stocks of description Gloves
i JU s! r" Thl" .11111 nlvnvs. I turn ns rn Amc- charters for them are in the at 7 1-' to 7 5-8 GOO Orleans I at same saw once, every '
-II ; 7 5-8 to 10 Hbdfs. Fronts '
Pongee and Collars
Suspenders fine
'. ''",11! \.1'>-AU!' sho! ,'ld. ,iVI !, T< TilE.TKETH: ; l possession gentlemen of worth and of the first fi3, ; Alahina' : 7 5-8 to 91 S 160 Sea Island! 1G 1-2; and] others jumping' on them, and judged that Lintn Slum, Hosiery, ::c.-Splendid Seal, Fur,, and
r 0:' "uaihr olli1ir} .stntwe lIIi:1)lt11 unneial talents. But this is not tube regarded a> : to 10 jl II there were one Illo land persons looking on and
\\1'11' ht'fllllI) n a i ; 20 Stained do 10 Io I1 1 1-2. Cloth Caps, tines Silk, Plush, and Beaver Hats of the ,
s :11In :1 : of L'nll.int nc\v accession to their re : .: 1.I: '1' tlint! : the u-jiiia'ion; our :tiny} or J early part of the week was < <
.L 'i 1' \ "."'i t'11 .'.',' of lHrlIC'1 Wtl', as a stiflieient ground for leposin;. m entire confidence quiet and indeed rather dull ; the trade a I near thcresidenccufthe Mayor; -yet whereas lup b}' the subscribers in the faithful A
u lren" in ihe} purity tf'tllcir management, or the stnbility II their policvofpurcltasingspffill'ly: l (all hotlgh most and fashionable -
of capitals. The} Banks of Florida have bc<'n t tbeir stocks rc now reduced holders did !I i w be-specially charged with the pace of the style I consisting of Overcoats, Frock&, Dress
yet not
city ; Where tau, were the plllicnt one of Co us and Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat's }hair Camlet
THE r'turtnt.AN.: stains nn !er the of wlme j \ ) disposition to lower :111111
ror. management any
gentlemen I.I | accept rates, i
I whom were to be seen. Il is disgraceful enough, Clock? and Wrappers, Pantaloons and Ves>ts of almost
\"",0',1" LiTja' P:i-.'' :1/ 111 is* H KJ"ht.s .l.in'in," n realise t ? }have bi-cii till:fundy thv advocates of a moderate: \ but, |j' -it firmer the close of t the week the rnarkit presented a I j I i iI I to hate Hats at any time, such a riot on the Sah- every d.Inscription[ among which are rich figured and I!

.. f fi Jt''Od'im whh safe b'isins ; and who have probably thought}: their I appearance, upwards of 4000 bales having Double-breasted Velvet and line blaR Cloth and i '
"j;j,:%1 l Ir '.l ( ":nt't be lend he ; j bath, in the most public 1 part of.mr city, carries .; 0
, ttJ: .".-I',. ," -"'di'*I ';tI, clotty 1 in ciuiiuciting on practice was in stI aecoi'dance: with their opinions; n sold yesterdayxvitli prices of all descriptions with it a deep and lasting disgrace YVe do not 'Casvmerc/ Valencia and white Marseilles Vests. &c. .
and fully supp"rtui. Of the above sales File Marino and Lamb's Wool( j ett-Sliirts fad Draw
let, how vexatious disastrous exporters
: I'iior: Qt.c.'r\ or I las been ( learn that of them arrested
in
'. "1.1 Jr. ( : were it"
. ** several inMnn.. bare taken SOD hah: American with 300 JSurats any ; nor, arrested crs-fine Nett Silk and Doeskin Under-Vests, an '.
" the result of their ,
- : !: .sr.il n:h'" ttijT'i nr(' r"tam"41, nrcall I ) cxis'ence. I- and speculators: have purchased 800 ha les of American. do we suppose that any penishrncnt would excellent article for invalids.

t,\' : 11 tjt' ro"r h. et',. 'm! i. :t. I"'rf.'r't. ill uriy }be Jlrai c-n'nrthy to repose confidence in our The imports the week are 10,999 hales- j be inflicted upon them that slionld) have any possible O" The subscribers return their sincere thanks for hz

,' V.(1I'a'( a- die rislit b. '11: Aur-n, : HUN public! insiiMitions, ami i il is a proof of our d,ire for Ashes there has het'II:1II 1 influence m ilctenng from the commission of i the very liberal patronage heretofore received, and i
heTr welfare, but it j. no proof of wisdom\ to animated lemainl for similar ouiMycs in future. I would still hope by their assiduity and strict attentIon !t '
>. 'iffire-ai.i ? 700
that tln-v are business merit and continuation of th a
Puce arc safer{ for that confulcnc thr to to receive a QJ ,
i j'z -s-i.f tlamind.! .- emSf'lu'Ut' .. '; or liarre!> atJ0;<. with .10s t for .
I
I't new. Turpentine
j t I 10"e \v'"o miht intend to make them I suW-rvient S.-\LT-There are many courtlik's on thc 1-obi itallc i- sito C. s t' ,t ,
I 1 111I1' : ;.-' -i '?iTi: .4? ri_l11s. The uaiunil rid}J1:" tit I 800 hIs. have been sold at Us 10 per cwt. for in- nlolje where salt has "CTP All orders will be thanKfiilJy! recited and as
; th sole: advantage, \\ ,. +1 do so the less for : I never yet been found ; .
'A' 'r. ,.i > : ,,: '"'*aine!U.Hoanv and who.sc conmierrinl facilittfs t being I they have engaged in their employ steady and first
the extremely
1:11 -:..- : v i. |' 't'ftlt. m* 11 he j illdi\'iiua') lh1t i contrary, th arc is wisdom in MIJ'- I I liavr been dcsjHitched of ;it Us 3 per bar limited, the inhabitants ran only indulge) themselves I raittvoRKMLX, they arc prepared: to execute all order* .11 :
pu: iuz that no institution can be fo good that nothing} i i I rel. The recent reduction in I ar the shortest notice, and in the most durable andfashionab'c Ii
I :\:C' ir-- llt"U :!1 ,1t.ft'dh"+', 'I'1I 1 <'.,' ;.l'wer I our grain market has with it as a luxury. This is : the t .
i, ear, indeed, be sop-ire-that it would not he better! been the of increased buiiiCo3 particularly casein t\e- Tallahassee, Oct. 25. [11-Gm.
to ;,"H', ; -\UIMI: It y namrnl: tit',*, has a J i iIJI'e..en.nlllj' cause during the the interior of Africa. "It \voulil.! says Mun- --- I a
"', }'cin? taken care of and tra'c beds l i \past two does, and] price. have rather
:: > ,,' hip J'J'U ,'aU'l'; t.1: 1 "01.11' atJH I = nn upwardtendency. l go Park .t p 1 tear strange to an European, ; ,) sec LAND FOR SALE. 7 ,. :
'. .. '. Banks: when pure'y mercantile' institution! having Tobacco, the sale arc IJo lilids and child suck of rock alt if NE Eighth of 6 miles Eastfrom 1
II:; : I' .n''rAl ri,11)( M""t'r :atrrrnder isl I a a piece ; as it were .lIgar. LANplaying N.

: l o''.:" :>';'ii: i1 lain *o j iut l ::", jflw hoc ,''t the nothing du with sp"'euUitiun or politic+ !: are I! the maikct is very firm. This, however, I have (frequently seen, al O Tall.\hasste-Thc quality is good-For further '

i '1 : < : ''. ? Ilv ihej'ef1 unquestionably ftscful., indeed. indi.-pdiMblc to a business 1''n'ITfl sales of Cotton tn-day are estimated thou Th the poorer das ol inhabitants are so very I panirulirs, apply to B.. J. HACKLEY.Dot. r'
r df'p.-i'rs this at ,;.;,00 bale, of winch: 500( : I I 25 (lltf.)
community. Among a comm'-i-.i-il *. arc on with
: pnWii speculation. rarely induced this precious article thru
.: ;. i mTi *yd4c <*f 'tr :tty. nid takes ihe to I _
J'j '. 1 :" 'y. owjch{ 'o j4 a tiai *. jn pfffcience.ni'i there must be a representative of money to supply :j The market very steady. say a man c.ilssalt with his provisions, is the s-ame II I NOTICE. b
'
j .: : :: t.. !ii. tm-j,. S.-jety jrrntits him, thee iiicfiivcnience of carrying great weight j of the i as saying he is n t rich man. I have suffered rnush l I O 1 the 11th day of November shall sell to tl+.

I' E.t-i1, ,. metals, ; and} there must be paces: where money can I From the Livcrp.,.)' Courier Fcpt. 3. i inconvenience myself from the scarcity of thu. ar I highest biddera NEGRO FELLOW, on a credit '
man i> a j.i\!l i |ir o. }be kept securely! mid p-euniary transactions carried I. SYRIA. ticle. The lung use of vegetable food creates[ so until the first of February next.
''.' <. I ii I lii cn ';jj.il a-. n m .1t'J' of ri hl.*' I
I' .\ ', ; on between men without the actual int"TV.ntion of 1 I The shores of the Levant have: boon the the.itre: l painful a !lotifrui'+< for salt, tliat: no words cal: sufficiently Oct. 23. ( I Ifik. BO. J. HACKLEY.MARSHAL'S r {

:' : ';t' 11.t"mi..( ,1.. r ': ,'ou+JruutUl! ; monot:-And( these (..establishments dcp(, jtc and i j I of some sharp tnivemenls between, the b'tibiune! dt' 'criht it." I SALE. t ;

.,. ,::: 1 :! !'Vt man, ( r: vvs, Ill fullutvitr. transfer (:1IilJ't he betur inniiaged out under the I Porte and its late vassal: the Viceory of! 1 E Imjll'oulilwts-At this peiioil of the season,
,. : _. ;. ; : i iI I i ypt| I I last it from I N virtue of an Execution, issued and directed tb ,
: form ol incorporating Banks. Without Them} the I The desire of Tt-rritoiial ngirraiui--rinen] : seems ; year, cost 85 cents tv) 81 ,00 tn get a bar me by the Clerk of the Superior Court for thn 1,
I P" r-" I f .n t -n'r-t-il u'glit rim- out elf t j still tl-e ; i r dl of fl-Hir from Harper's Ferry to the Georgetown
a a Jia- hromi-so-y notes and acceptances of private person : rolling passion: uf the latter.! Under' j pre-1| county of Leon, district Middle Florida, I shall pro-

' '1 r! :.:: ,'I 1rl (1tr w01'41 1.s.1 is a natural njiht, j of hiih credit, .f,rmiri. a much J less secure sestet n. I i h tence of relieving iiiss
.: I '. II w.ould have to circulate ns and in which he had heed piact-d+ liy t-lic insurrection !l plan of ,'ag-lIinr.! Now, since the Canal has ; for cash,, to I lie highest bidder; in front of the Court ; ,

, ". I -' T31: cull p wcr jiropcrplv e oiisi. 1 I of BmlThe money, supply the i I in Syria, llie'! |pasha il1l1lle) i.Jlely advanced thither been opened; to the Point of Hocks it only rots IIou!er: Tallahasseev verysuperior patent wrougtl| t
j places conduction of an incorpot 34 cents barrel from iron JM.VA' S.lFE-it is about six feet '
with all his and per ; Harper's Ferry to Balti- long six
force
disposchlc (
-
"u''h.1 made
) the ,
uaUinp( i ar sr.iuof hat, t t ] Bank with i preparations t
rated a board of directors interested feet and four feet
.'. ,' j in I {for a uew arnpain. The sultans more, an; 25 cents to J'ort'tU\nl.-fIt.'re, then, f high, deep, with double doors 4 ;
F
'
' : c: tral! riJJt."f ,
mu rJlJt:i tn'rnnr:s its we'faie, and responsible\ individually i for its acts: the other hand measures is a clear saving: after deducting the cxpensc.of; cases; and drawers complete. It will! Se soil to satisfy t
,, \ :1, the) iiidivuliii'' in |-. but a
1' L. 1 i at the date: of the last accounts the harrell ij wherein the Centr Ba-iJc of Florida
;
1.1; !1"J1">><', .m wi''li (-,lk(' n cause was
.
( (1.tu a mercial transactions and iin general sulficit'tt 11 on the carriage to Baltimore and less
it t not
!. : ,, 1 j opposing forces bad not yet nir t. A report u1'Ih c complainant, and the Merchants fc Planter's Bank of
''I 1
, 'umpete1Jl t j t11.' luJ'lh"o"r. ul' \'{. ', I guarantee against extravagant speculation. I j'I death Ibrahim nicha, bad rcarhH Constantino cents on that to Georgetown. Tllis-takinu' the j' l\h"noia! 1 Los. G. Gordon an J Erhv'd SoiXvis, \vero :.

; 1i i The greatest danger to (he public fn.:n l knkitlgoprl'atit.lUi : |pie, and occasioned much rejoicing, w m+*h tinned 1 {lowest stun as the criterion-sluews a saving of 1 1', defendants. TE1O3. ETON RANDOLPH,

T'nt ih })jw,:r j>r.nhrc-l from tho !J c. mmonly arises from one or .AVO indlrr' iout !o be premature. The general belief n cents on every bushel of wheat. Suppose then! Oct 9. 1334. Marshal. '

"iral+ r.jrl4s, jmju'r!<' ,' in p'iwer in thc '1}tool' hnl'in,: up 1 the stock ::-nu cr-ri'rolHng a Bank.! doubt correct, that JMahmoud has only been the"i I the farmer averages 20 bushels on each acre, (and! The above Bink: Safe (or Iron Cheat' ) can bc'ccnat '

, ." )T n. d'r'l.U:lI T.t i\vm}: TIIK x ar- The] fnciliti-s which such a M nation affords, frequently active agent of Russia in the :,flair. It lias long j j that can generly be done on good laud, with pro- tbe late [SAnkin house in Magnolia.jj .

'i.; :1: A11r.nETAr\1Ir Tile 1SDIV15[ LAI., I! : stimulates} Old"en uics to a most e\tia\arrant been the favorite: palicy of the Russi itI1: cabinet to t jwr farming,) we find a saving, on the !price ofl N B.-Will be sold at the same time and place, '; i

Hf foment the getting it to market, of no less than $?..JO, on the n .-crew Pr"ss, one pair r Scales and Weights f
1'1\\F.I"iI dissensions of her | vGold
IXttTTE i \$ rmiK.cT pitch, :rid at II l c>t renders the} Bank: :liable to :111!! theC'Hitinireiicii's } neighbors untill! she I
;: :.I;' :'." '. I of its Jwnr r's foriunes. If these Iwudrl'Cl'l't' is in a sitifntipii to take advantage of their weakness [iroccedis. of an acre. The renting price of good I I one Table a'id out Desk. .
> I
; cleared land, is 2 per acre. Thus it i is evident -
: }.
", m v more :' "Ij.tablr. or betteral l of I I
; one those fluctuating depressions chic} For Charleston '
{ ttthe value of our farms 1 has barn increased instead ,
'M I
: tu
f :1u *
!1',. 'If' (x ra 1'ditlat;' (".mrU.er111' so frequently occur among trading men and to whit of being diminished, as !hail/ l been predictedby ] I L \ THE Brig ALDEBEROWTO, is now
,
v j'+ .: :ifirMU: ilrin the a..c.\: 1-:1tlclj 1 j they are so constant)' liable! their: Bank must .sustainf I I, Frrtn the New York Journal of Commerce' the opponents of improvements'. :The lime \ ready for frieght for Charlston. Passengers -
ti i t
'
-: ; "ui'd!
!' 't' dijiih', 11m1} \\':. the author u I a responding shock. In this way, mute Banks DREADFUL! SHIPWIiECK-.AIORE THAN saved i is another important item-and time every j will be well accommodated.

, 1"1 l ,!: s'-'iv'' iioH-4
,vIli"L''," ,, ,..'";r to;I..ckanttcdinaulluf: ntfiidiii7: from ever}' o'her cause of failure. And to this sole Extract of :i letter from Picfon' dated 1'th worth all the theories in the world.-Virginia Fret on hoard, or to JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.

, a'. "I' Ti, 1t'c, u hilr J tll(' pu\\'r is t'nicol! I J ; cause m.iV. }be referred a snd instance of bank failure Sl'ptt'mbt'r-| Press St. Marks Oct. 24th. (Ittf) "II j

,1. fIt. 'i :.!f "i of pri u ,'1 ill: .thfiu \vf uld not :( in the state of Maiyland, and the two which have I We have just received! accounts of the loss of -- For New York.THE w

1- "a :1 ocuv jiiluidualvJioJi s o "eartand( io '! s o r. ceiisly:: brought; d.-strcss upon a confiding public I tire ship Syhellc. of Liverpool, from Cmmatry for OBITUARY.DIFP .
fastened Packet Schr. '
:\ tIP 'I i'rr!,',"21-1 n of the must Jjmiti.| und -rvtaiuli 1 : i in our own Tcrr.tory. Quebec, with 315 Emigrants: ) of whom perished : at Chattahoochee, Flo. on the 19lh inst. Mrs. .LUCINDA new copper. A. \VESTEa >
;".," j'l i EL?, ma
;r'I -.I.a'. '. .ij,relation. bAwc.-n natural I and.! It unfortunately ]happens that, from the comparative ; six of the crew saved themselves in the boatfour MARY B. consort of Jesse P. Potts. A few moments ter, will have quick despatch. For
.
I rlc.II'' -'.t ltd Ii..! 1'o 1) \ (. of whom arrived here this morning. Can nothing licfure the vital its freighter accommodations,
.: slue tr 0 in p'n-: j poverty of the great mass of the population of I I spark left diseased body, she passage, having superior
: '"* : .-1 IMMf: 'iril: be done to erect Light House on that fa : apply or board, or to :
+
s eu''y. itr: the pi.rp-t.ve I Florida, its banks must necessarily be of small car l- i appeared to be nspired with new strength and lifted
;. ", '1'1". I-. !t' "'2" '}." risliu! Yk-'i.-j.! in i\ and I I tallSluulSurtly) means should'be taken, if possible her to Heaven and her KERR ff STURGES. "
mint df.j: wl, m tHe hands of a f+w individuals. Nearly) up eyes clasped hands on her .t 1
St. Marks Oct.
'" I to prevent such fatal shipwrecks. Halifax 23J,133.1. 11 if. t"
I.' .1' '?' in the iintjvjdu!, but ttl Iw tI-. Tf i not quite, all our banks have been monopolies not I bosom, continued in prayer till the last. "Blessed are
': a- iltl.' Paper. N. B. The Schr. LccixDA will run regular ii tics
"ai.." :1 I.n. AVT rtr.ua pr IIh1\ by admitting of a free participation in all their benefits. We they who die in the Lord. trade between Nc\\o-tYork
( I\. l' .. rnav'Kiy, without fear of contradiction, that and St Marks, and leave
f 41'tda: J, ; I"II' N\j
:i FM : -\\ "'i'd' I.iii Commenting on our l j nature of )pii rate banking, as to be attended with, !i Ildt Great Britain and Ireland the present for the City of Tallahassee, after a protracted illness I, orders sent by him, will be punctually attended ty '; ; t
year
L1 ra 'lt'U1 .f ."\'ur.uu.lttind, on the j'elatioJI'. 1|! i most of its evils, yet there are not wanting some a 1-1'! the British North America Province have perishto Dr. GEORGE II. LEWIS, formerly of Hartford by Capt. WESTKRVKLT._
nopl
J1" lh', .j v11"\ States! (t n-jvtcii I' \\1'h the compact t i i vantages to make it preferable to no system But (J! ed by shipwreck I on the passage. This is a 40th county, Conn. aged 30 years. For West 1 y.
, .en. 'I Key
.
.1'.11 .la.-.1If-J j command ge.eral Confidence in an institution I a!ed .j part of the whole! number, Of still greater mini ;
t't u Will( sail for the above on the 27 Ii "
st
I 'Iln' -' That the >ta'cs'r distinct, nvil! s1t jon t this plan, it i is necessary that its officers should 'j! her who have left the same countries for New MARINELIST. inst. the schr. BLACK port HAWK Capt.

II I ,,' au< .1L'1|: t ail:1 tlC l civi! r-ghts; } tlu-y! c; th !('pa-I' han the character of hI+ 1l-minded, honorable men, lurk, not one has perished by shipwreck.} These GltF.Es-ha vin?excellent 3ccommoJatiou3.For .

-, '-n'-vM. srr-u- cut of the natural l'i llls
t l. :'" who t, 1I:41H": ','adl: nHiviiliiaUy! thc c.\thange: 1 i: m uuit} Place such an institution under the oBove rnby emigrants and their I iends.ta PORT OF ST. MARKS. Marks Oct. 24th, (l I-lw.) j

'"'... ''P''->ite. of rlhttIn, a cojiiinoa' .slock of soU ,i nHlJt'of men.. who will not allow the stock to be I I ARRIVED Oct. 14, For Charleston

'.'"\J".i1 t I. ':: ''li) arm of said .so-'n-ty or State, as a i'j ken up on fictitious certificates of deposite, or sanc- : DREADFUL MASSACRE OF AX AMERICAN Brig Somerset, Lewis from Charleston: via St. Augustine ; 1
THE fast
: PI+;I- ti tu. !! CREW- copper-fastened, stilling Brig .' .N
m preference and ill addition
M. ., to ; tion its hypothecation in any manner, and who arc with mdz to sundries. .
I\ :i I News has been received at Salem, t by the osr n15tH, schr Laura Delano from Charlestonwith SOMERSET, Capt. LEWIS, having part tw
j known to have individual ) independcnrc { .!
spirit an' pecuniary /
will des-
of her sail with
i t engaged- :
ft-o\aT'_ Th ., ih4 I 1-ctwcen those so-1! !! crs of the brig Charles DOg+Tct, from! Capt. Batch- mdz to sundries. cargo 1
compact enough to resign their situations the first: ,j patch. For having excellent acrommoda-
tt 'le w S -t r' rv| } diem, dated ji't JMunilla, April 7th, in which 1 he 16th, :.Washington, Svvaim, from New York, passage ( '
considered} W. C. MILLER.
1"11" : strh is made! tionsapply to
as Baud
>+ r. appe.irance l of or mismanagement, and will be 'I with mdz to sundries. ; .: .
r .11. ::. 'r 'r* fcf that i j gives the melancholly intelligence of his crew 14 i in I )N. B.-Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped. ; -
clais of "
c i I ;
much :
J'clfit.'d rights
l of too acknowledged virtue not to command I I Sth schr. Lucinda \Vcstcrvel 17 fm Nor ,
been days ,
I number attacked
t'o'e S" ,.' having at the l'e'erJ'er Islands I St. Marks Oct. 25. [2w. -
(tf -lrt: .?'li: 1 we:e found, in }point OfpU\\'l'r, I universal support. It will not be, at least at the pre- in September by the natives, while employed onshore I with mdz to Kerr & Sturges, J. iM'C.my, H. B.md, t1
.
.\, aes par.tcly I ami I answered not i j sent time, a sufficient recommendation of a banks or :II and nine of their number killed viz A. Crane, J. Peachy and others. Passengers s.
t tJUT, :- lull The Quincy Races. .
tin Ct. Miss FordCt. Mr. Dull Master Bulls
2 and
: ,
v.'hii'h ;
*. when colleneJ: to a foci its bills, that its president or cashier had} bcn an un- Charles Shipman, 1st. officer, Benjamin W. Barton r
-'t* n jj'l i'' \ llcssrt. Pierson, N. 1.. Lanmar, Ct. Banta: Carlton,
Pa'w' a. :'r.cy, became com pet cut for the I I fortunate speculator, or that he has bceV} n fortunate Ichabod Smith, William Horn and an Ut::i- jirge, Hawkins, and Carnclf. .

cal;cs. aA" ," ?,: t lH efit of rata t .rd| uf all of tlic one: Nor will the community !hI' .satlsficl J with a heitan seaman. The other four had been left by 17th schr Black Hawk, Green, 4 days from Key : ,

TliltDI.'t i bank governed by men, who from the previous habits 'j I I other vessels that hail visited the Islands, and at West with fruit, &. 'to A. Crane. ,

_:: Tia{ t the} power produced, fr-nn this I of their lives cannot forget the cringing servility of Itile lime of the attack were al! in the employ of Brig Cicero, Watts, from Baltimore, with mdz to a ,
,
??1"! Ut! am'n"ra'cci grants of rights, I Kvau c the clerk, or the pliable duplicity the politician} !I Capt. B. Those who escaped were all wounded 1: J. R. orseY. ,, !

s.+ ,:: *a t.w Slates <*P sestet} cannot be applied'Jll aJJllho would, in all probability be at best but the : among them was Mr. James Magooii, of Salem lj Charleston Bri .Aldeboronto S.C. Davis from Prrvidenccl3.I, .via f t
-passed to Magnolia.
Ii.\, t' } > J'Ulits w nidi arc retained or reened passive tools of the bank's owifer's, or its directory, I I not badly, After an absccnce of 10 or 15 days, up

1i 4 e Pej r.e :ll.d he States ; and in wlirh Tnt Yu vThe times require more sound vigor of character t Capt. B. returned to this place, when the natives CENTREAL BANK OF FLORIDA ,-
'' : restored the bodies of his deceased On his ,
tXI\,1Tli 0\vr- PROTECT, is as perfect as the right than such men pm.r'?:!-there must be a stronger impulse i men. October 21st, 1834. S
to Munilla Capt. B. touched at the Ee'
rlf passage
'' 4..t. I to their movements than they can exert-they lew Islands and was there attacked by several l T HE Board of Directors of this instit.ution,1lave THE Races over the Gadsdcn Course at Quincy,

I.nr' '. t.be any tUng palncr-Can there be require men who have been accustomed to meet with hundred natives whom he beat off without this day declared a Dcvidcnd of five percentumon commence Wednesday the 7th day of

y *):"ttcr calculated to perpetuate liberty, difficulties in the progress of their lives, and who lass his a Sandwich Island bn any' the amount of Capital paid in, for the half year January, 1935, and continue four days. '.'

ti' }1' ":.' Mia rl' plltl..ibilirj''hitb is so essen- have found, by experience, that unwarrantable ez on part except y ending the 31st inst. payable to the Stockholders. I or 1st Day's Purse $ -2 mile heats-Entrance "$20 (r
erThe thrown
second officer overboard in the
was
.1 .. their after the 1st of November
legal Representatives, on or 2d Purse 1 mile heats
Day's $150-- best 3 in 5- .
,
', -
.l
their 1 Tom PaineMm. tions of can be controlled.
j I" ,.., M principals. power easily skirmish but was fortunately saved.-E-ening' ensuing. L. A. THOMPSON, Cash'r. Entrance 20

Ittq I ,'.::. : ." was contending: with one of There i is a salutary tendency of the day to watch Star. Oct. 25. ll-6w 3d Day's Purse to consist of the Entrance Money ,

t;' ". >'. -i.ers of ihe ape-Edmund Burke; banks; and it is a fashionable folly to rail against.. ------ of the first and second days-1 mile heats-

tleU : ''' 'i "Tth 1t1l tin mighty powers of hiu them. It is the nature of man to be extremely fond. NOVELTIES IN TRAVELING.It CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA } Entrance 'la e,

Ii:7'.u :\ :.'* the I rplcndor of his genius, to t tPof assigning his follies or faults, to, auses bey It appears front a Boston newspaper that a vehicle Tallahassee, Aug. 15th, 1834.THE 4th Day's Purse to consist of theElltrattceMoneyof J
.1
::.11 1 tS (+ ,j. IRS O f legitimacy; to'demolish the his control; and in the scarcity of money, which at has been propelled on a rail road, near thatcity Stockholders of this institution, are hereby Entrance the thud and fourth days-1 mile out-

'ttt; ,.I" .-' '.1.,', :.t.1o.tlstalD THE SUPRRMACT. OP present makes \ feel their consequences, disposes nt the rate ot 45 miles an hour. At this rate that an instalment of Two Dollar Ma ,
"'"H." each ahare of Stock has been called for by the Boardof All Entries to be made with the Secretary by sevo a
: I' u"'ts ihrt vork} Common in the hue and banks. But ofi round the world.
of him to join cry against traveling; a man might soon go o'clock of the that
Directors and that the same will$ due and payable *' day previous to orrunn&ng"lA.
l.'ee;:'o".. vc:', t ) lispel tite; delusion. ; to refcoh'e's" these institutions, although they require to be strictly Let us calculate: -45 miles an liour is 1080 milesa at the Banking House in Tallahassee, on Saturday J. FORMAN Seer

...'t: j ;"'. abc,J'' rights, and its first elements controlled by laws, and ought to' be brought to much day, and as the circumference of the globe is the first day November Beit.L.A. O Skdtfr c.**,+*. ij.

"'"- a li 'o ci new light on what sth1una.te'd I higher degrees of safety and usefulness, are too in computed to be 5,000 miles the whole journey (t.12i .. THOMPSON, Cashier, Qc ,t .'.t J'I, a H ? : I

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NOTICE WAND'S TONIC MIXTURE FRESH 0RU6S WINES S NOTICE ADMIMSTRATO N T :
,
Ix weeks
from
weeks after date.the subscriber will apply-to S dates appje .
THE La.tr partnership formerly existing between C4ST.'OI OIL, QUIXL1Z Surgical Insfrunenls, tCc. SIX Judgeof the County Court of Gadsden county theJudeot iIl

P. Bjiuw imcs Westcou Jr. hath Also the celebrated, "Itco LINIMKNT" for Rheumatism HATE just received a full supply ol fresh for Letters ministration on the estate of the tale Florida, at 'faltaha by h ILLI* 7

been jftssolrrd by nrrcvtneitM &c. SO eta. bottle I. Drug!?, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure HKSKT MASIIXURNofsaidconnty.. Letters of Administration. wit. he Wjj:ILvots,
*reh. 1S3ft. frA" 44 Jfs .*i CAaMiXATiTt BALSAM,** an eicelleni Medicine WILLIAM FORBES. the estate of Benjawm O. 'vVjiJker,

in colic, bowel complaints, &c. 50 cts. bottle. PORT, MDEIS.1 & MUSC.1TELLE n/.V, Gadsden county, Oct. 3d, 1S34. [9-6w) Sept. 20, Ir M; >7.w)

CARD.D. "Dr.STOCscjKFAXT Daors for bowel complaints o in bottles, imported specially for the use of the

D hiii Wcrrcmr JORA dMiwd a contlBoUx i children, 35 cts bottle. sick. Wei and & Snowden's superior AMPCTATIXC NOTICE.

the office T Secretary..'Fteriiia. wpusl tw Commission Dr. WE&TZ2's Em SALTa 4'ETL 'L'aElHLIUItG, OBSTETRICAL, ETK, DISSECT- IX months after date, I will apply to the honorable ITti
thai be mifrlAerat ctseach. ;
of U. 8 Attorney f.u'ilNi Xi&Ue Ditnct.chiefly
*.hU Umc cirfej/at.*tn4 NW.zttivfl to Ihe practice of VATzR,' ) 15G, and POCKET IXSTRCME, in cases. bZ Judge of the County CourtofGadsd.n conntyvfor -

to* Law;and be inf.TiW bii "riik. in FI n
that all fcisine *ntr sle4 to fcin it he Court of Apprafe. in Do. Worm Tea &. Salve, 25 cts. each. Lancet Cases and Nurse Tubes. &c. estate of Sarah Mashborn, deceased. .
any of tbeC. irUftf ilia li'nktte Disuirt. or in the Superiort'oqrta JOSHUA SIIEPARD.
of J fUt 344 IVttklin CVwiUie Ifl Wrrt Florida, orcif Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 els. bottle. An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the

Decatur and T i < C.ii'#', Geotf ia. will receive the -Ai.so-- Slinkers- which Lemon B.ilr. Catnep Oadsden county. June 24,1&34.iSSmj i l
are : ,
nmonu ,
roost pmctual anJ i.!altt-ntiaa., Tiu ROACH & BcD-Bco BANE," which offers an j
TIIL1hRee.MflI1.t. effectual means of clearinghouses, & of Roaches and Hvsop, Mint, Size, Sweet Majoram, Savory, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ..
Bed-Bugs. Tiiyme, Celery, kc.LTMI. ALL PERSONS banns claims against the estate .

Tax Collectors Sale.ON Sacherometers Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers. Thermometers : JUICE nml LEMON STRIT. i>i Samuel Maultsbv, deceased late: of Leon County, S
the third in IVrcralwrnext will of- are requeued to them duly authenticate I,
Situnlay present
i
with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS, SPICES of every kiiul-Gentiine INDIA CTRHT.
er for sale Itcfure 'th.e Court House door in the I within the time prescribed by law, or they wih be
Sec.just received by E B. PERKINS, Enirli li. French and Prenti 's Soaps and Per- j
town of Marianna. Ja&scn county, Flo. so much of forever barred. All persons'indebted to sn d eMste .
Oct. 4, 1834. [6-6m] Drusgist. IUIT1 TV. Mrs. Miller's celebrated Sxcrr. May-
the quarter section f f LAXD kno n ns the Northwest are requested to make immediate, pivmen' |
fauFthof scctictt N.x15; township No. 5, ranse No. LAND FOR SALE. nard & Xoye's celebrated INK and IXK POWDER B. F. COLE\IAX A-lmr. j IV*

the of EhzurL.i'hrop's THERMOMETERS HYPUOMETERS, &c. TaPaUs. 13th. 1SJ4.: 5 -w J
11. as will be suffiurn to satitfv amount subscriber offers for sa e his plantation, con- Sept
The above land THE E. B. PERKINS.
taxes for the 134.
year
of 3iO acres. The Land lies well-has i
lying and being near tV waters of Ckipola, and rood water, and has proved as hcaltny! as any place in Tillalia! -e. July Pih, 183 1. [4it'J NOTICE. .: r

bounded by th* Lwd of lames F. \Varhab and the Jefferson countv. There is about one hundred acres olo-n .u Ailen .iitt M rs Allen, WILL IK sold before t'.e Court !I.nn door tt the j : .

lands of the estate of William A. Jackson, decM. and cleared and uncler Ovxl fence. If any person should j trading under !he name and style of duincy rn Thursday 3i>th Ortoixr iri.'I, r .. ., t F

claimed by Eliza? Lat.v! >p. 3m) wish to purchase, he may call on the subscriber and j of S. & M. ALLEN.J next. The Eat hah"of the South Ea .t quirterofScrmn nct. '' ,.t.i. ; Urr.t I CLi.

ALSO- examine the land-It i is situated between the Monti- J vs : TTiCiI'CNT. 19 Township two Ranee four Nonli a-i-J ,i l.ati..r f'.. 't4fl.! t: ..!' .: :y &3.

the thml Monday i< M.-.rch next, will be of- cello and Edwards' rood. Terms- Cash, or Nerots John T. B tr. B .nj ?'crret. and j Wet, containing "9 and IO>-4I! ..irr } .'r the :.ad, an'I. : :. c 7 .'tki.; : _)1I1. \
O scctioi of bent-fit of the heirs and ext'-irors of John Criln! t .. ... l ft
fered for JiV, n.Wi of the quarter at a fair price. Htnrv Knrf>1nd. unr. rth style ne. : ,
LAXD kno\n as the NortJurest quarter of section No. MARMADUKE SKIPPER. i of JOHN: T. BARR KCo.. j dee isd. JNO ROBINSON. AdmtmstrJlor. 1 4'rch.d .. I. : -ri.a ,. irc'r.ei.1 .'- .-,, ,

2, township N.>. 1. ra _' l'N ind W. as will be Sirt. 9th. 1834. [G-tfJ 1 i THE detVnd mi and all others raii'crncd, arc ncre- isust0th, l34. ( >-if-j :' ts :.A.rri,:.., 'g.j p :;i'U :v (-.y .,. r4,. ,

sufficient to sju>fy tina .oum Carter Grantland & : notir.ed, that an .].'.'.tc\\uiit ia the a'*>ve cisc : ucJ' E ; ;

Co'L (aces far the y
tern? and lyin? .. 'i :ho >\v TsofChipolaand bounced S hcrcbv civen, UiM a PETITION- the setting >!T Superior Couit .f L.n 'bunty. 1'irida, ar.d he and Tins excellent Thg, DSIKLN. H tH-, TO

by the lands of W.J DAV'C and John Davis, and aid assignment uf the Dowtr of the widow of the l -i1'' oirTIT! tin !>y ivquj-,' ;o plead: lo t'.c de-'Lri- 31.ir, L.is, durii'-z th? p t Sunur rout r' FHK l'UbLI

claimed.by said ('..rUf iJruitljuJ .V Co. late Henry B. Fitts, dewascil, will be Sled at the next j :k)n m terms of l th; TIIOS. M. WHITE, Term of the SuperuMOmirt of the County of Leon. i EDWARD CHANDLER, i ;' the preset. seris n, bet'i. ; ':, 'r LJry to nis.t e.eir %-
.
Tax CVtor far Jackson County. % LEIGH READ, Att'y for PJtiiioncr.e August 9th, 1=34. [fj-M-n| PI un'.r.r, -\-oriey. ; :'- -- thiuri f'nirleston -She i> wH ealc- Ei't. rirr otL.- :e ; it .. t4ete' UTII

Marianna, 1 III. Sent. 1 *4. [G-Cm] 9th Sen' 'S*!. [B-tf.] I it i fr the rer, r.o ion flf Pjssenirers, and i eI oft1.ose I etiDYSPEpj.q ;

!i iA LOflK A'F 'FillS : '. ;::.; 'e is i.f..? .n Chtr'ston ar-C 1
IMIOCI.AMATIOXBY ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 5 <1. A.i-d-.i on irri s j liAc'y' fir <"io-3 to be t 'A seriant :ztrl of '. ,. : : r r
T the next term of the County Court of Lei j
.
'ib'iir w' inl j
r a L.rtf
'' :jht b,' h' vrlU: ir.c:; with pr iupt .v.ttr.iioi. rj
:z JiBL e.muntyC will apply for Letters of Dismission B.Fit New Store, Monne-st. T .c put? : .vrc a5-,;ircd th .t evry x /Jfls
from the sdministration of the estate of Henry is j !
this In'the; Cp.'LiKnrt the piy.iia.i- (P'i.ve.--*, '.
nr.tl .
!nvlby :
Vt'r/ far to K. J. ) :
Secretary and *ietiny-
t Fhrsd r. ,I LEMUEL BRUCE, : 11. LlNIENllR: Sucs twtt. tinH" up a direct : nd regular i''ierrurse lets pj th?. aud oi.. rJcr pre-ern.ntntiy iki!! : nu, ? K, **
BRUCE.
held the Uxlv of ELIZA ANN k lie iiis r "r\o: J prr -is; o'li-r: 'iiteri >n. of Bahi'ii'jc I ** **
Whereas by an tn.ti i over ; ..reto. JOHN TL.IR L'1.\Ch1Y. \- GaENL
JohnM. WiUr'.u ;1'.e.i'.ei i i' 'h-' county of Lena Trrtitorvoi .! Tailalnssre, 15th Sept. 1S3I. (Ctf) a general! anSi .* >i. il* r <; rtir.nt f f GOOfQ i io8iistin >-. M.ks Ph, 1711 1 "Y!|l'I-: ;, ;>. <";*<-.. jrnr. != >!."
.
FiorIL'9 -h 'e.iid.Wflf! September <* ''f llrv Gd>, Hardw.re.'na! anl Gi is {
eurqTecn'hundrtil NOTICED U'are SLi.es! Hits Gr x-eri"js -ic MAin TKD T riTfTrr r"NtGA'j .
and Urtv-f"Ji it that one < tnI I Provisionsicr. ;
HARRIS VICKF.aSct'snid rnunv, appears. udiarsed with A LL persons are heieby notified, that the under-'j I e'l crest cc'rsilcn.! c in invit.a: ihe attention cf t'1 Col Ion tigging and Lie Hope, ; _j M!' N. f.rxw y C.tev a-ffffr/fo 'rr;:

the BMinicr of sni.i J..ju 'Wtuht, by stabbu5 him lL signed Administratrix of OUID JOHXSOS, late ,; citizen and country ia cMCil l t ihi rotablisijiaoii F ."5j :Iw.-q LU.'V.; r- vd bv '> _- T- *{.a i.o pi,p :x) -rk ; it'yi : t tttWulia

on die first day of vii.t month. AnJ wherea*, i it has 4 of the-county of Leon, decease, intends ai the next as I am diterimnt d lo r..iki. cvcrv cicrtioa to supplv .t ..-. jI-y! DL M!R P rl A< .1Y.X. J'P --. Jf>!;o j h.T'.., .tic* C"-- "v-r fI

also: been represrmrj t me that s-iid Harris Vickers J! Spring [March] Term of the County Conrt of-said I all! \vhf! may fiv.'ijmic with li.circitaiom uiihf.rst rat j II.-T::rij.i'y :',-' ,- .:- '.!... -. .. 'y.L..: ; ,i-y: -C >. vr. -*) si-i 7i V' -- f :, or
County, to settle the account of her administration, j jI ar.iolv? nnd A* ; :! ', '-.PI-'" \\ ::-juite.v* ui .* if' 6 :
SMi
,
Kas abco ndeJ. Now tii?*frore, in pursuance oj'liwIdoherrby'oQcr ; nrcrs as C.iflit id t> ivf prr- > C. .r'. -'' ". in tv. .1.- ; 'tt;
I and her dismission and iliscliarr1 as such. .1 !' dfrt 3 4 IL'h .
HUNDRED1)OLLARS prcicu'e feet s.\li ractioitall l.r have ieaai.k i: _
T\VO > '. .. *
a reward of txj.eti'nTall'lvi. j jj ru i:: t : hii.St. )! S -'. B. I .
for his a'pnris.n and safe delivery I Se-pu 15. 1S4. (6tf) MARY JOI1SO AdmVx. .'u:. 13rII N .I. I I !. ::7i en ., .: :.. .; :: .
; sriut ma'J.e : ihev are a i k*. -- ,
in any jail in tl.<* Mi.t .lc District of Florida. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I ro.V.V/5SI9.V .L\'D STOR.WE BL'SISESS.T'li' er ,1T
j :iaudtxl nit the ExMcnsR2 tf .
about of .ThI- : i .V.-.: .. .
The twenty-five
accused
is A toan down years!ook T the vet January term of the County C.'urt s-j'x'-ii'"ei having put !L's il the L"l ar :jtLF ; :: ;li ts31. I ': ., ': t .. t b.

age1 Iighthair, daikv .s, ani has a tliin cast _t for ihe County cf Gadsden. the subscriber will liliini::' htrly! vcpit I>y :\. r'ruio- !-Jc.i- '. !' r tia k. kc r. OrEL.ad : pr'L 'r 'r: y .. : .

te is nbcnt si f.it J h'!U, uciicatc {>erson. visage present his vouchers, &c. to the said Court fir settle !< rs hi> 5r-rvjcc i sell'M --for\var Iu j, .iiul >?oriii;: it !. ; . '. .. 'a.-. : ; .5 I.
:
and sallow CAHIJ kxin.. this SI ment, and thereupon pray to \if discharged from the > Pniion :ujd <"t >.'!*. His \v'; ri h.>n-e on ti! sa'iic !lr' t : :l.i; liii: itz.sz iLI ic cb.j:: f..; z--- '

Given uudir my and at V.alussec, day AdiinSstratship: of the estate of Edmund Gil'hrist. will Iw: co -<[>lotfti ai*>ut th I 15h ?eptr tn'Kr. and l fan* vp---; on U- 1st of MJUXH I-* !. i. 1'K

September, 163 i. GEORGE K. WALKER.Septeml Jtme 27,131. 47-6m) JAS. M. GILCULUsT.t its 1i.c.-ti..n. fo.n.l tu It- c..npjr.ii\cJy ssci.rt-iVo: -'- f KI5 f>AUM. \1VE..V'i. .
irc. L.Leral aJaicos ni..tic oii C<.n"fhippo.f
er f.; ; I-.I ((4-V-J t ADMI1STRATORSOTICE. V. C. MILLER. L>. 11 \*.:.i-x, U. : e S .

*- the of the _\un--23J: 1 =31.; \N.Vn r.f
HwfI's t next January term County (2-if.)
HOTEL. ? 4T tor the County of G j>i Jeii. I will pros1 | Reffri. ti- 1 1 : II. !H:ILI-. S *!.: !' ;d're o'l -' arc.rr .

The above e-1 i -ini' lri'u: ->een. in uc.'e 'u 1 t-nt r.iy v-uich! r*, ScC. to the said Court lor settlement : 9. l ER. I1i. T '! .1. i-0 .'nI ; 1tlt a.T* -.li fthn TP n ntd ih '* ?* ;

opperatum 1 ..- ti !i"4' i' n' vr lu clrnezt : :\n.\ thereupon: to be discharged from ter ': ; n.l T it or., '! 3rt fl. -a- ,. :' i .:> *.- en ti4 in the Ccirfa' 1 :, ..re.l.S! g
pray
order for ti e asure. ----. n.nd Lathes ar d Gen le- -- a "s!. r: ieittd Lttn .nt I !
t I the A-nni! ; of the estate of THOMAS S. : Nin'lcI:. : y :
menvtitinz : ;:h. 'rt i'u-zne> -r for plea 1 ..ti t:-' -t=. of I__ : .
la s: r-ixl-"-:i-i .n of th; prcsen: state of the 1 REIP, late of >atd c-.untv. 1ece-i eJ. ; A LL jetsns <*ir.e. r. d. iv:!! t-k i iz : ntni'ro tha: a j .'.-'i : i::; ;2 : .. L. nii 'i t. i iri f&-C I**

money market th: Pprtc: la reduced h: prke j JOSEPH McBRIDE. I L p** .;.tn h.ix itiis i-y :* > n ."' ; : in '!.e oi--eof''!; "tvl'e.i-; ...TAri ; o' ?: ''.'. .t Tn'f. e.vf ''-f I": .- f..p.ju l n

of board in ihe: rrs: rate*, v..r.r .? : : _July:' 1 Oth, 1 S31. f IS-tf.] t tJ.i Cl ik l of tijf! si < i "or Cr.r: !_,. -H VUM y. fir j half >f the r '>.t -.-.-,* ("* .tr otretrn" T n -- 2rr5 r, S

Gentlemen u v.pany .-. -tre teiicd or Com- li.e ?nl'--iu.uon of n Tr *' in *h r.\ro' < !* ;h' hi. > in .. ::3.' T. *
1)J: .
"
'Ixe's'h 1 ( "d ) nTCLTZ.LL ,: \.i; '!. t. fJ.;
R..iiv> p-r : > a'rnni-'rri "f ;h it' John! V G.fy : CAC- ;; ?,, ifl.r .
Tho>e occurv-i; Simile Rxni. per day, cute a trust dc-! '..ir l l 1'v :'.** he T1.- H i--, >--y Ji'.ie i'; ;eu4.tj A/-: ;", peu.roocrou -i. i Prn k..f: *-'.' ? .: H'tstmt

adi 1 Co deed l ci.- !'._' & f "in :-efkaiber, I 1-3-: > -CTr. Zl!? i ipaytne ,. It.tf' .C I % :. a .J -

LLdie! and G / .-Tin.. djjin a: :hc LaJit ;.: cf t '!t j. utie TO "Il-ton v !! .- -, / "* : J. L'inviN sTKwurr. ? aan e .,(i '. ',.F't. i

Table per ti-r. a--h 1 FD'\\ru: ) I :i'\TTLV" : : a' : J r- t t t.-rt.-k !. i. -'- : .

Meals served ia Pr.rze TKvons. pcrdsy. j A-i;. 1H, 1 .1 [t-. >'vf j jnrL F.-ii -: : .t .i : : .. .i .i if.- 'J. 'k

each extra l = .
: : : 'i:
Private P.srrstir.! cnn each 1 U) t IIVXK OF ; ht
4 FLORIDA! .
5 ALE?. The subscriber' ) t.h.. c0. -. eriTT ryr.4'.TI;
The Propri-ior. ivtarr* tit siiere 4TCTION : Tlahasee! rj f t Ute-ii ; l.' -
Ansr. :
15' 1534.
,
in Tallahassee! t rio! a < J
proposes rn-
feects for ihcTorrfxv p !roiia-Te he has receiv- : j trr.-.t 'ai-t: :4
.:i nt his e-taM'-Liiort. ar.ii p'-edse* hiinelf that era! commission business, regular sale days, Tuedav TT1R .''kJ.r.kr. ; .f t-':, :n.'v; >6 CWi .m.rs .- j-t< A ...rfc ..fIE -

fioihin? on hi or that h hou'.ehd! shall ie ir.d Saturday. ---it-i'i :41-! < (cn--. TD '' < rne- :- .-; u / Vt* ,'awr.4I .
rant in? to ii Lt ttlu3'.fl ni' pt 1ar. ar. He will also attend to administrator and othersalcsin enli sL' i *it" S n'l lz ra? !.v."n v th D < : (Jr : .

render emoi.ibk :t e 'n niat n future fa.r 3 the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. of Directorr.'i liiK t t r n.fv u < iue .... ? : e.ticvtE ers te r.
March 23d 1533. 33 able thBir.iii! ri ... ,.
kirnrr.L a call. ; at i f.! ;? is -r.n ;-. ,V- : t ;qi-bf.
HOFRS FOR MEAL N. B. Instruments of writing executed wlch noatne day the fi.t day i-"N -i4:>-r ntiI2J *. ib a'd liR4s-i

Breaifa-t f; Jin : t.-9 I Tea. fn-m t san.ldespath.r.v R. J. HACK LEY. ; [.- L. A. THO'ir.-OV, Ca--r, eieiv iti'c a

Dinner di. li io 4 Sapper do 9 to 12 YSPEI'i iAND I IVER-COMPLAINi1.-- % WRBANq'E ; ; of aJf fcff '
D ? < In f-" T 1; f t.f r.*.
:;- Dr. J. P. PETERS, /Ve/mo Phyn-lcgiet'He-- IoIsUMPioDE writ. {. )1Li.it K....... 'ejar
STEPHEN HOLT. iicitit, 'vho, fr r several.years, has dt-votcd his fntir* ":t

NEW Yoi;:;:. Jue CT ih. 1? { : in af T.tt<>n to the treatment of chrnnie' or inrttralt disei5 crur.p. th CkM..ia. r2rI4 :riet.r !iv > -!

FLORID.1 Ld.\D FOR S.iLE. thesis in forn.iz a combination from several "...a"
proximate i > l !:CIKK'. i iIS i't < havm ..f G rtgttablt principles, to which h. hasfn the! ; -- 't:4 -. ; 't! C
? firrh.\sed nt.r\ : the irit valuaMc rerritr''y -ver vtdsev-l: l fi
TIEun'e--.. trhit. of itnd in Florida. name Me : rn- rf Cc"e'i5. CV/if Cva ii"i ::5 :
cure .
'M.:;. 7it : ,
uiia .
if
far etficient than !
ted iojiina by *!te Cii"ss of the United States, ocfei more any remedy heretoforej cpiIti i ; RW, itl I all t's (.tlh. C-t-ci; : : S"e.5*. t!* *s ..-.t !." t. IK
j discovered in lhn i
olmtnW .
cunng
+an .
i '
.
the for '
: !
same $-v Pn> 'ed J. 1l 'vi' :
> ?nd toxfp_ which are sencrally! cfmpre'.icnde.'nn- .ii7gc. j by: I1.1t-phia.! ILcpsi9 :cr-4 : '. r .. ..
This land is sie-i ;n the i nme'liate nelr'ilKarhuodcf the d.tri.j -. .Iir -
ivc3
Talhuore.. l is bt'wved tor, oi dr the s\v >epiiis tenr.s Dr-iEPn and Li Er.Ci- nc v. .ftu;:Ji to the : .r ; 1r--. ; : : ._ tj -. -- ? a
: an< fertility Lime the : <; '
S | LTS-lt likewise ai.t.st certain ri jMJrs App ::T. ii.rroveihe S nri:?, rte. | -
? is an cure fcr enI I
will an4 lo< ia-rintac' t.i be valuable! thananvot..er .
s more IM1 Lrc-"i .
i lar-rcnient the SPI !. M ns i vun-iry- : ---.fif i't! ;f -h?
land w tI.\ tcrritnry.Tte : the EEV. ', Sre--i?, o, ..'tinj (.1. ;'! -, -, ':;: .-c .. : :,- .-- inner 9 '--a-- -. .* -- -- < ?-'l
Among syi.ipio.Tisof Dyspcpsiaand Livcr.'om.piaints ..
S.U1hwgs of the the z. t-: i i ,1 *S.. f T. I
township adjoins -
) : .eS -1 J -
part !! the .
< .
.
.1 yur.oi5 :ii : : if tiiz ttni ? ; of:! eoisv .
City of TlhUt% sMe, irai. nhx!; poit to the shipninz i are datulcncy, sourness or burnii?* in the st&v :tnd ,. s : L'v> \ 1 C ?.'. 1 X T L A K. ..ie'a.ice.. Ia c. .- ,. ,. .

port / St. M'Ls, a distTsicr of abm twenty wvi'.es, mach, nielandiolv,irritability, disagreeable taste in thfnuh ; r: it, Cither ivih niy.Toil.z atithcr.ticaicd! cr::- 1"LLat: :: ..: .. ., .: j.; 'st .: ir4 -. : .:.- .-. :r- i7: :..::ti.c .

a rail rcvod it ii .mioiuj.i.itiun; to be tuide, in a short ; great irre ularuy of apetiteiliiclt >> s Mne- ; IeatLs oftires, c-. : ..-. :. I ..... rea-- c'r :: ::"
| times voracious and at other times srtatly deficient ..
; -
time.The has bfen ; thirst, fetid breath, nau ca, weakness the stoniifh In c 'iiMfjicnro of the rat and *t' *re.T5intrdrna.i : :. -'---... F.--. ; "
? Marks -
navi r !'rtn ot tif t. river rrfCJitly fur this IT ; : -r 3ItZ!
Irtt'r'z
TO C
and se.ie, t'jo r.-opne : ir is en I i: toredar *!it a. A ?iF: t.F.'tr ryrsc xrt
impmvr-J'; to \ :ni witl.io six miles of the ervtations palpitation, tirowsine s iTC ularit} :'atiM'; ., -..
j" t75 ra
-
j of the bowels, on the stomach after intals pre 'en's : r t: r-'ov ttuitHsn. niocom' zi .
l. ,
SoOdieastcrn .'f the which will afft-rd pressure t '
ir' Mwusiup, *- .
-
p within the nach .! TO ir. MIECTIJV11-, <
-c : --
: r.
I' in the Ifead p- jPr. TJ: ttosav enr n
D.vlatiou for ache jp r.id certain transportation of pain dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of I b : ; . .. _i' .fl
hUur .Lfl4 I '
mind attended with the loss cf CHAT.MI.N'S Autt-Dv.-pcptic Pills. \ : 3.St' .i.r1i
produce. memory, a nawu- :; : .. .
t in the stomach when chilliness atfcction of' Th'.e Pi!.> h.ivi ,} success.Vtl '.: "d bv thon : Pi..z.c.ot ih : .f. sij .- : t-.t : -
empty, y : __
This land wil! lw snW in parcc's to suit those w.sh- -a'i I .i-- ;.a..:
errttit from five -siht an-1 heirin. pain auJ wcakne* in the lark sands wli ei t- fif; t5er; < u;>tr"-r eii-ie (oirmir.v : as-ziu.r.: d j oera &'c.r i t.DThir ,- it ii'i ; ;' eIfl wH
ing to purchase. >n a to eight years, sn '* ho WI.i :t : ti-: ; i.' : .Ei'
reasonable pti.s-th-'s wis.h will i languor!: lUnrbed bleep, cold feet and }hand?, tremor, t ; ?cr I >eto.-iii- n -.- in 'i.e) : *r the ce'.;' Dvs- : i : tie r eierc ,,.21a4 ,(
at 2 I 1X21 ef V** *" :
ll pLl.1dr :
IT.ake nplicaJon to eitl. r of the undersigned j uue-asiness in the throat, cauh, pain in the side ci ; pp> inill thrii f.-n.4 '-ca'eft'n'! it.ev c estn-ijili.I her ** 'l* ttr-, .t..1iM&;; .
1 ;r av : 1'I
I breast, &,. lo -ie'i'litarcd: i. .ii. i. -: *tipn : ii .
WILLI \M D. NUTTALL, : cpv.r ; :: ap'--- 1) orrlcr : .. .. '
IIF. TOR W. BRADEN j The above maladies lead to organic affections of lh ttite.re1iioves naur. ind i-knc if the soma.h, habituit to :*rever.r irar->siion from c ,
WILLIAM P. CRAIG.Tallahassee. stomach, liver, and heart, lerminaiin in Dropsy,Con cJ:4ivemss, had-a i. trlpitatici f the he.'trt, ', tn p.r.i-'n Pr. >except rit-ur wiii auih'.r, di". cd.n;t-nts will be orr.htii l>\ e-r-i- .. .. ,! .:...,Ii.. : -. ..: -

N..vfrtUr 23d i533. lotfJC3The sumption, A popletv.&c.according to he climate, hal ar.d many ( tlat'f 1'l j I ;:- 31d.c Fi.a. \tuie..id to >Ml xrair. I a-: .' iih fro-t L. t% ?1e .: : i .
its'agc, sex, and 'cmreramint of the j itient. Mercury, nor do ihey .sk t? :Lc &ionu, LKV are a a .s.utd tI14t
Sir*' i-i* fl'orgnui, Ckarltiton .Me'tur Ro-v2.i. : ; Lcc'ts.in.t
> a
J. P. PETERS M. D. mild and safe catLr..tic j i.m .j
sfiftfrftii/of/ Prepared by Mdledgeville : :Uv x r gO C ftfttktrn Rect'rderIilletlge- grula : Inventor and sale proprietor. or drink or exposure co vra .,r cvla while :KZ 'Jjcm. a tc brtn or njli U s.-t, tr >.IJ : '. f -
yule Georgia; RirV.o iJ Enquirtrnnd Sr, Raleieh '' him. torny eri.n Middle F.OiiJ r/.e" !i z'dc.ie 'iiI tie sir. tGths
I Testimonials.-Numerous tertiScates mi ht be ad Bill of dtrertions\ each bojc of Pills j e.xcpt to : '
ff. C.; will pubi! vr for eijht weeks and forward I duccd relative to the extraordinary cures perfonnct j w'-i'-lj will! lully explain a.cor.p.ny their tSo'ts. If .Inenic ks tun distorted ia cii? tijiure celUjkitrfin ._ xvish faith-r: iatcrtvitjt.n on arphralson T.o Dr 11t15

theJr accounts to this office.AREHOUSE'VST by using these medicines; but the following are though; j I Fron the! vrtl l! known reputation of tnese FHs; for / Ti, it i i t hte t> in s jor ik: spttrio-i imftalitas. : t): ..r to 'f dicjcosj ts a-'e. t.tit' *

COMMISSION BUSINESS sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical : 1 many years, the proprietor (J. BC>VD, Phiadt-ph.i! ) :; AllperspnsiLcrcl'.vre, wnJw.sh iiie gt un the : aa i iv special appclataient
T niic W -ture-sJiouid U. airn:
vy ,AT APAL \CIIICOLA, ELORIDA From Dr. Jants EteelL .fuller of tbt Sltdttti C&npasi deemt it unueccssary to sve any fn. iher deiail ut" ,I < it cautious of u Loin ihcv purcLa5 K B. Pr.KKINS. DarGI5?.
label
The subscribers, havini as.iiated thems.'restosetlierund ron, or Family Pkysicten. j! them. A fresh supply has been received wd u.r sale ? : My w.'lbj! en every bottle soKi 6 v r>; : Tal3EI. February lth .

r lie sti5 and fimof FORD ScHARDIN.porpose Kr.w.ORtEAN5, Dec. 20th 1S31. '}F 'by app.unment t.y 1":. B. PERKINS j E: IS: PERKINS Sulc A Zt'Ct- fur MadeNov3.l P.wr'i!* --

tmnsactin a Ge>t.rjl W.iRE HOUSE aid To whom it Hy cotutr*.-Tliis is to certify that I TaiLthasee, Ni. 3.j l3t.t. To those aiUicie-1 with Corn

mad CON? suitable.USSIO.arranef BtsiMMt mnts rr wnn.IpdteKicct several*.vessels ifaving fiw have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's .\ItdiciJiaStnucAirr Salt, dXln :?ar *;g' Bih Rnp* and 1\cint. \ STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE TH E celebnted Aib.o Com Pti5iei at1Jrd5instut
el in
Hepaliett a number of obstiiitf '3*
very snJ jiss-esaiid < '
th
the Orttt tmporti i of Cotton, &c either to New Dyspeptic and Liver-affections,of long standing,like. KERR t: STUKGES OFFER FOR SALE, '' IX adilitiou to hi* old ware-house the the Crn o-al by tie at rx t faiso. tvue tirae:the Ie3t pin!.
YbdC or New Orleans : and having fatililitt at all wise in several of the enlargements of the SACKS Ground has on
uUscrtbcr
cases plcen ; U 0 Liverjxx Salt, in' recently erected a spacious baildiZ CrTIrcIrr.-.To thc-e s Lcied with Corns I
lime*within their p> vcr to make rttstmMt *Jrxeestlpoa and its affects were truly astonishing. I have no hesitation I ? order ; SO by is feet, forreceivinj cotton and -wls. their tW:. I J-jcv-rijT tUst 1 hI'ICet the .VtHOI f0Plaster.

prodnee Qonsisned n theircare and m1narrnent; in declaring it the most valuable preparation IX pieces 42 inch Duiulee Bagging ; TIMOTHY M-C ARTY. w aij cotnfere stcrciore I bad
their services
wouJd tender
they re3ettiir and soft for those distressing eilmextt that has ever come within 100 cuih Bite Rope : St. Marks, Dcc inl>er2rihlS3l. 19t1c box ucoiapleren: ; cswd a Cvfn which had trO' *
lidt liberal the above line of business
>oa
p.itn e in ,
JAMES
my knowledge. EWELL, M. D. 230 Ib?. best Snir&h Baleiu I for many veA- I make this pablk tor Jjebael111'
their tfsanal l inAitidtud attention all wtne.
< tO
pIediD : nrt Wilkes Geo. () AND'S
County, Jan. 1634. LP TONIC MIATURE. those ifT.Mrted wuhtiunaecIcvjtRrI.iat.FJujthir .
Tallahassee
btnessconinid ti r tem, cither for sale or othcr.w The udersned can bear testimony to the superior I ADJT. -23il, l34. ttTIFOR : .I L'-\Virrantej i perfect and lasiin- W3I.SHAWDR

a efficacy of Dr. Peter's Medians Stomachic et He- ] I cure for the Fever an J At:-. For *. I_ I. Fet'.
'7her Ware ILaces anil Close Stores are undergo patcx in the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints SALE I wholesale! =r.d rtiaiJ!, FLETCHER PlucE.d.ceats31bo1.

ing a thorough rcpati, wai he krge and commodious, from personal experience WJL G. JOHNSON. : OJ)2> PIECES of DUNDEE BAGGING 1-2'bs : ic WESTCOTTD.pjis.a. : I,',.

situated IQ u dfrMruMe jurtof( the town, and asexomptfrom Dr. Ps Mediciiue Stomachice Hcpatix ars put up .o me yard.-An J 4)$ COILS BALE ROPE, of b I tWa7ffn .j Rl'.LrS AROMATIC PILLS FOR

the ili ara of 5rc as any other house, of amilar in parcels wi'h full directions for using. From one best quality, are daily expected by t.ic Subscriber U- I 41 hereby appoint Mess. F'c'.ri.er ar.d"estcottrayazcstsfonhc tion'MALES.-Th-ypanu the BkxJ. qnxrkea !

>eharaclrv':. no Uie PoiuU to three parcels will be necessary to complete a cure. per Brig Tallaha5>>cc. Z; \\ silc.>f" RATC.1rjd iie f31'a
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'WM. P. FORD, (late ot Augusta, G a.) The price is $5 a parcel. Plantrrs and Merchants can l-e supplied on the .,- i Tonic Mixture" in the Territory genera! iCWy ir the prei.iiia. coaipbinJax: ;
: 1DVD.J.IUftDfli. (Apalachlcola.) of the above most accominodaJu: in af FloriJu ttft fnia.' -rt otietr.-Te E,1 atetcaeoc4
Aureal quantity very valuable prcIa.rations ? terms pava'jle Co'ton Ac Cusiern j art of Alabanja, iWestcrr. .
EFRE.VES.-.Thrrt /VuU r. Smith & win be JOHN BLAIR n ii-.e Green k&as.. I'4i1
S.Ciliw- -V. If. IVrr Co! T.> .V. kept constantly on hand by Sr. M tk- PEACHY. JKUI of Georgia ; tvh > are Vole tofurni h .: Hear. Gid ieess. Sfc>Jt Breath. Sinkicr .1 the, ?
Msrg1J. E..B. PERKINS, Tallahassee, ;, Sept: th, 1834.Jan.e the said medicines to all \\lo
$94* 4"&.; JJUIith Grtfft*,. 4C* CoIumUis. : may apply to thrro on iu, Dtjr-cjioa *sd aclicatioa to EiercJ ear ltv.
E "Who is authorised to dispose of them either at whole. favourable!
L. Parish. Martin Palmer terms as they can obtain
; Kudat JuII4at 4rSouiJMn R. ,)| Asumpsit in At- fruni the pro tarried UJies will *iad Ao PPS eqsaUy
-gitf4. sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as-they can be pnetorhinj tf."
IUkiNews and () well E. Burt, under the j lachmem..finn "Si ne*! !cept ia case of preifcaset. wLea the u
obtained of the Also
proprietor. by of PARISH, PALMER 4- Co. V Superior Court "JNO. ROWAXD." Jica neither
IF Grt RiitI lhwth.rii.-N.. OHeans. ; IBS< ihebe Uvea bv'jorcMO 1S)
jwy Doct's HOLMES & WILLIAMS Cambellton *
fcMr. OCL 24th "
"Phii'klpha 13
,
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vs. j Jefferson > 2nf
Bmtiierubju,
County Pnce O bci'
J4a4.L.e4'wT.JV..VcC .-Mobile, HAI jl o a
LKT, Dnwrsist
AppaUchicob.
LEMUEL G. RAGLAKD.
Middle Tooth
) District. ALSOThe
e.'kla&i Cambrian.
.
Aug. 17 18M Itf
JOS. PRIESTLEY
PETERS.The .
defendant, and all other persons interested, THE legal representatives of Latinus Arm- PilLs which tire inov t.t> reUel: witlK ttte
UlLLlSiRANDOLPHhive as- folk) rir we few among the many persons that THE take notice that suit has been insulated as and all others concerned, will please injury to dTt'eti,. On irni ib willbe

DOCT0as ia the! pracUee of medicineandoSer have been either entirely cured or greatly benefited above,and Attachment issued returnable to May terra lake notice that I have filed with the Clerk of the the best remedies know a for this coopluaU

their pmfisstonal services to the public. Of- within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Pe of said Court, 1831. SaT-1 defendant is required 'o Superior Court for Leon County, Middle District cents a box,
gee between th* Planter Hotel Ifll ambert's. l22tws ters' Medieinap Siornachier et Hepaticx within the and of Florida None b .Jep
aopeAr plead to the deciaralion! theirin filed according a petition for the division of a certain I genuine uless si O4\I ou the
stale of Georgia. to the Statute in sncii cases. Tract of Land, with two Houses thereon situated ted wrapper bv the aol proprie a, T
TD II7 Mrs Aimer Hicks Wilkinson. ,
GEO. V. WARNER. on the Su Marks river at Rockhaven. immediate accessor id tka late Dr.V.. T.
in the said
LARGE and complete assort- Mrs. Capt, James WillU, do. Au. 1th 183.1. (3uC) Ali'y for Pllfs. of Leon For aie! at his Covetiaf Rm. over N') '.
county
A GuI Wm.F.Bood, do. containing aboot 560 acres oil Half
street Concert
'i
near Boston acd a'
nent of Fresh Drugs and Medicine*,jwt recci.f > Wayne.Vf. EjUndi, Esq. Laarens. f NOTICE. Land--which land was entered in the name of cia intxnent. ,

redLfrom New York end Baltimorefor uk,.wbolesale Bryaa AUenCsq. do. months from the due hereof I shall apply for Latinus Arrostead and H. W. Braden; and that app by E* B.

1and r ttil. Country Merchants aad Practitioners sap. Col Joh W. Porter, Morgan. SIX! of Dismission, from the Administration a motion will be made at the next term of the Tilahassee. March 17 Ir31. 30 f D'V'

plied on the most- eccommodatinr. tru. Sint>ct kyp"1*", Esq Jones. on the estate of Saonud Gairett deceased late of Superior Court for Leon county, for the appointment tbe
.DW. SEIXAS Alexander % Obsert e Uut none are *oaae wtbJtteivgatreefT. JJ
ITTUS
Esq. Washingtoo Gadidcn count y, C. H. DUPOJNT. Mm' of commisstc trs to make tie said division toatsifc P"1
y 41 DniSist: M&1L' FIQThLIP CcZ.Gco.Q.Mthcw; arec. 34 June 27iii, mi, [45-6aij June 21st, 1834 s'I' w H W. BRADEN KLDDER





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