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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: November 15, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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authorised announce CIT .- ---1. _' : ": .

-jos.' M. WHITE as a Candidate to From the Court Magazine. .

t the Territory of Florida, in tho 24th TilE FLOflThti. LOVE AND DIPLOMACY.It .

United States.
the
or was a fine September evening within my

al1thorizl"d to announce Colonel JAMS? time, (and I am not, I trust too old be loved
a ,)
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candidate to tho let .
SDEN, a rcpicscnt tii.it Count Anatolt 1
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of tho
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in the t$.h 1 Congress of the United : impertinent
Florida "
r "LAISSEZ
o Juiv2i'h 1\33. 50c NOUS FAIRE. and paiticularly u-clcsa profession of attacho -

: --,2-y- -r- -------A. _L -___ walked m-tl down
._ up beforo the
to announce Maj. WILLIAM -- J glass in
authorized m\t
wmo -"II r
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e the terriVPli3 l1ILQ i1'o L W4l Snlm9 i1< his rooms at \rchdukoCharlcs '
mmm
iwcVATT, a candidate to represent \ 0 n' nlo o1Lo WU 1\O the fist

in the 24ih Congress of the UnttedfI1o' -- -, 1NOT1 -- <' hotel, as ynu know i1 you hnv travelled, ia

July 27th 1833. 50tf RENOVATING LIQUID, CE.HE vROWh.ND'S _- I the gr.en belted and fair city of Vi nD:. fho

C:1uthoris'd to announce iriLLJJJ\I\ S.1MT1LL Prepared and Sold by R. S. BEflAtffiD, Drug ,. subscriber wishes to lease the HOUSE and brass ring was swinging on the bell rope, and
i1T as ft candidate to represent the JL PLANTATION where he now lives, known by theme i in
\ TONIC a respectful attitude the door
\ gi.J, J\"OBFOI VIRGUWA.R. at stood tho
of Like MIXTURE
if Florida, iu the 24th Songrcss of the Uni- na Laura, for a term of one or more years, ,
.TItDTY 'J 1833 5tf v.-itk the plantation attached to it, containing forty or ADANTICOSTIVE just summoned Signor Attillo valet and privy

rl iWeS. crmiT ma fGJ mmtlo fifty acre* of clcard land, under a good fence.-Also PILLS. counsellor to me of the handsomest coxcomh*

iLTZELL R. S. BERNARD'S RENOVATING LIQ.UID if required, he. will lease fifty or sixty acres in altOt errant through the world. Signor Attillo
for of the vstz
IOl\I.AS consequence
which
one-half mile of the house IN attempts: have been
extracting all kinds of Oils, Paints, Tar and Grease a part of which is n.od : to impose spurious imitations of the a Tyrolcse! and like his master was hand
honimock land and under above very
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW) from the most delicate colored Silks Satins a good fence. The house valuable Mediciues
,
Cloths: tl *
RSEY on f public. the
I f is situated nropri'lorhiu conS 0 III e.
( Court of Bombazines or Velvets without in'the immediately at the cross roatls! from 'l'nllacl uded the
Practice in the 1 Ap- injuring least 0Jl
continue to lia St. ntccssity of confining the 3 iTt' of lite .Mix
ILL Court at Tallahassee, and ihur colour or texture'M sssce to Augustine, and from 3IantirdU/ to ture to as fete established Count Anatole -hid been idling away three
ll and Superior aytnts
as <
reals aiiolia and St. Marks. are jt' l wfficunl
' of Gadsdcn and Jackson This recent : chemical' is There is a comfortable supply the golden summer mouths in the for
-tamiii" Counties discovery of- regular dema .di. A full Tyroli, the
House with of these
Dwelling ood supply
tile.f-J; fe1Dtt11C red for sa e by the E bscriber.-It almost a } brick chimney with two Medicines
$ ArplJac1ut'o Bay. super- will be constantly kept the sole pin as far as mortal could
fire and by pose,
se des the of places out buhJingsp st Office is Agents, eyes seo
necessity and "hl
dying the kept
25th 1834. f f&1-6'J J Scourer's vo $e names and residences
: e, July -I there and mails are annexed and tha of his fine Phidian
: cation is gone Fifty cents worth will secure a two stops nt the }place It is a most proprietor tcishes it disguising features in a callow .

0LL\ R WHITE.cfTlLL Bacon Merchant's breaches from critirism; for twelve I: cxcelent stand as a house -entertainment no' be J't.'pfI'Uible for diillcflYllfdtrstoodt the genuineness that fie will l Monstache and whiskers. The crines

of ti onths. It arts like a charm upon silks of the finest I 'JOHN BLOCKER.. fold a rs his ly of any Mixture ridontes (as Eneas Silvms has it
PRACTICE LAW in the Courts Mtdlf texture, by the i. LalceL-mra! Oct. 18th 106APJLACIHCOLA, any pirsoni except his authorised (;gDJ1s. ,) being now

die Florida, Jackson County and the Court without in the instantly least aflVclinsr removing the fabric taints of itself grease, Spurious derable mixtures havclccri nvxde and sold in consi i in condition beyond improvement Signor At

real: wax Coat collars I cn counties
upon and
;:! -, IS3 l.tS.Lf.] -. fly before it like dust before a uru h. It is no quackery : THE above Cormiers Establishment nud will be open t for the re doubtless be imported, from perhaps New \I Ivy ark others, an.l will know 'what course of events would next occupy .
1I on Travellers a.n elscvrhrrr.
the 0
but the tru secunrlum artem. mode of by inT hor, tliH diplomatic talents of his
appearing therefore who
wit! l master.
JNO. T. to the
st ant. MY1UCK
BEiTIHLOT procure
j\JIES A. decent in old clothes at the least imaginable Prop-.iely artic.lnnes. ran be ircnuirje
It is offered to Gentlemen at 50 expense. Aps'acHcolu, 18th Ortobcr, l 34. 10-3-n sure ot gcttmtr it ;jfror.i ll'.e rsgfnts. After a turn or two more, taken in silence
AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) ccns a phial, and all
( other sorts of people can have it at the same price. I The following gcnilcmenarc Agents in Florida.; Count Analole stopped in the middle of the

I Irf'ILL' ( practice in the Court of Appeals ;-The No danger need be apprehended in using it upon I Gerardin: & Way, E B. PiHiins, General Agent at i'ahassce.' I lloor .in 1 11)'l'rng tho 'cll made Tyrole fioinIvad
.. < flf Leon Ciadsdcn and
1Sl.lr rjor ourts Jackth Kerr
; e finest and most delicate Silks is it ')- S"irc': ., Agents fur .
-nor like the Sf !
Watch and uk'5.
Makers
Territory of Florida: ; and in the Superior Importers of English and C. Kn-Ii's ; to loot lagged to Uuow if he wore his
the soaps so commonly advcricd in d .
which I )
tn onr days 1)I
**%, 4c r>w.atur counties of the South French Jewelry and Fancy ldiclt:3 Cl.-.mry. :it the enl muut bis
Thomas! removing one evil almost' invariable produce; another G"liliivr&. i..l):'.m, do. Mickisn ky. prr > m" most becoming

ci Cllllrlal, rjruii I of the StMertf Georgia. Residence of double size; -nor does it require the preparalivemcnns ..._ 1lIfA vr. r rei\rdat tlu-ircs-) Darius illi.ims&Co dj. J\Ionictlr: >I brecchosjtck1t and brnvcr.Attlllo .

-ioIllautt': NovrniWr- .- 23d. 1833. litf of all other rl1ovaters-snch as hot irons and r lf : t.\hibhiiiont! mi Monrcr-Lt ThPl 11" Alexander, do. lliVk.--iown. wns never a
-- tl i c like. Only a little clean water, according to the by iatr arriv.'ls from New Yi,il-'F J F. P.I S, do. rh-irt.ih'-neJ'.cc.! his mj-ttr did or saiJ. lie simp! answered

JON TO.ADAHIS direction?, i is wanting. Oil or Grease of any kind /.i ;: 1 a large assortment, auong; w hich JIilMm: Funrison, do. Thonusville. ; ,

(..iTI'O'E1IT A.7ir,) can be extracted from the most delicate colored carpet ., lire the following: P. W.Gautie-;, Jr. do. Mamnnn. Si: :;ar. _

[ i rumored, fr..n (.iuiiv-y to Appalachkola Bay. ?, without the usual trouble of taking them up.- rRa, J\ .....'I Gold nnd silver Vv'atchos, La- IIftlnvs& \\il lliJ11.I *, do. CmpbeIIlovn.: I'-oso Kirui as to strip; .immediately, and
c
r\ -
if used a.-cording to the directions, it will at once ; dies Watches, Gold Ctrrings, JOhN I li dress elf that
I I wtlln-iri'l'i'v ail Mid the Courts held at the rro'\\ \\0, Pn'pridor. ynur: ii; trawiling suit lying onthe
U1 awl! M'ir'3niia I ; an'' he aIH1IlltcrJl I } c xretever' pariidi,* of trrcasc from the finest Clothor __ Ureastpiiis, Fin crrill5, U'atcb Xm' 1.1q31.. ((12 Cf1 >..j'.1.' .
fllll"'
Iliv a1 y must delicate Silks! without: Chains and Gentlemen -- .
THllahassce. injuring in the least patent Keys, and LadifVGuard
(:.1 tht('our! (f iot Appeals JUim' at 110 attended: Letters ad- the color or texture. Chains Shirt Unions and Studs, plain nul :MAIISIIAIAS:; SALE. As :the jrrocn. gold corded jacket, new
( to.
itosd; t 1 11:11 I:4'11., 11't .:]1. r.- ,il.1 A Inrge siipi-ly (f the above valuable article received rut glass Bci'ds "f rvt.-rv description! ; IlIk IlllIh. Irirtu' (-f a', !Kxcru'i.n: : : : i --ud; ond Iir! -,!(,! ft, bfcc'iluvuuAi' > :t.J -fo..i.! .: wore 'ail a ideC'oiKit

-pei.ir- -- _._ _ _ and for sale by Bronzes; Sc. Perfumeries of tic:! bM !rjuality! fi'iutIVns CIrrk! \1'f 'li'1!i Sup--ior; Cmiri f>r ihnnsuy I $ :\ } threw oil .us dressing ,

A CABOHAfLII'f E. B. PERKINS, Agt Ladies' Boxes ,)f evc.-y size, Scissc-rs; P'k't: of'Lron: disMict of I.1 Jiil-JIfi I-'N: ridi, I :''iill '- and cemjuiMicod h's h gown
p.
V. Tallnha'*ce, Sept. lOih 1831. (Cm.If'j Books, Baskets fur ladies and children, Bia !r-th;. c- ed lit. sell on the fi.-st; Saturdiy in Poc'rnl'f-r next, I : onCcbing nd-syne pro
SNELL. '
India Rubber Br iccrs, Pistols! Percussion CtI1', Look- I Co:! I':\ t, to the h;ci.-st: hidder1; front rf .'10 C'oti'l ,! p i <'i-iiai .I 1l11t.' : eit of 1 .'> 'i'iuu :. Uu then

..TTO1.:'- r .IT /-.Jfr Jr.lL.lCUICOL.1, Fa.Wii the President of lie UnjcdSlale.?. 1JI.Gl.t' e &c. ite. I I on: cat Tallahn--, a very supcri"r put- -' 'v.-u-T'h! I I put 01t'ie) foni.-l, -'loiKht'u! n.t::>r ;t.'U nit, Hiththv
N pursuance of law: I, ANDREW JACKSO.V, President Tallahassee. October I 1 t JflJ*. ((9lf i iron 77.7.YA' K'11-T-t! is 3ht.l1t I
!a''finl '" !l"isir.confided '.0 him '1ViI il.dn I ) six! f--i sir. : t tali ivglt's f"ihn-: s-.t.ck! jaimuly on the
of the United "totes of America do fort hiirh .i'I
I I
hereby and four f-et ,
Pic. 2 1st deep, with i.I.) il ..
JOtf ( ,
.rr aJ : '{'%I H\CHAIUiSand: : v. I I JAS.D.: W iST-. declare l and make known that public salrs will be held b IX I : weeks after date, irjplicati.jii: ,v ill be made by rase1, and drawers cnniplrtc.! Il I wiP1.i I .' sol; I I., "Ht-\I : ', I I .I! ', 0:: the tvo ra-ii ia--.vils pcndiut ovo: his

'r 1rornrz-: "> ,l\I'c's. at the following! Land Ol(- i" the Ttrritvry flf Florida S the subscriber to the honorable th.' Couniy C"IK: llie co'\!:-., charfc I f; r.vnens oV-creed; : i''a\ i .'_*.,>'1" I 1- !it y .H.d i Hi*' lUrId of the \rtlot being compiffd -

.. .jilTTJiSporting----- -i--- _ _ at the periods designated, for the e.ileof the un- of Jackson ruv.niy: for Letters of Administration on i.i a cause Wh.: cm ill t'if' Cfntr-i! Batik of Flolla -.v.-,> I: 1 at the sane: ill'mlJ'1L tfV' stood look
drrinciili-Hiod lands, t\\l : the f. tate of JOHN' G. SMITH, tHe t of said county: deceased. "'.lnH.lain'IJII. an.l I .Merchants fc .-1 .
Planter's B ink i in,.; :11 t OIH ;-.uothr, "'1 :ert gravity, ratlietraiitruui'd
IntelligenceTL1LUJLIS8EE At the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE, on theIinay first JACKSON ItoH 11t'1'3. Slinnolia, Thos. G. < inidoninl 1 Edtv'd :oixn*:. were I t.
"; in Difiitiber; next, for the disposal of the public I Sept. Sid. 1631. (s-) w ) tl ctndans. TIIO3. ESTON n.A DULPII.( t !( l, bui cacli: .1PiJ.Ht'mlj| at home in

lands within the! undermentioned townships and I I II Oct 9. 1 IS31. M.-u-shil.! : I l hi: new character.

frActional; t.>wn>hips, to wit: ,\L1L\1SI1iALl'. NOTICE.T Th -i',:'vc Binl afc (or Iron Cliosi) can be You loyk very like a gentleman, .* ttil'o,
the seen I
next term of the Court of Leon
r\Nth of the ha:e line, and West of the meridian. County L aS t tht lye nank'nhousc!' in Magnolia.Tj"N. said the C'IlHlt.'
Jjt-- .. 1 of 5. county, we \vil! ajiply flLL tcrsIf Dumisoion; ; '
Township
f Townships ,I and range 2, of 8. from ths Adi.Jtiistr..tLoi: of the estate Henry B. Fills, : B.-Will be 5..1! at the snme I lime; and nl.no Your ex'dl nrt" has caught, to admiration

$- \ .''. rt range Jcccased, lalc.f taid a Srrrw Ptv5s, one pair of Scales and Weights for, Lnid del ;
':. 'rown-I.is; 1 and 2, of range 9, I 10, II, 12, 13 & 14 county. Gold! one TibJf! a-ul on Dsk.S3l purseS .implimonicd back again thSOrtn'ifn" %

. ?_.__.". :_'--. '_" ., ..:1...2 Tiwt'Miipl 1 I j of range I 15. LE\1 HEL BRUCE, I ( [ 'It L ro I oc.tiLo .
.-... _. :_ -." : .7'... ". \. ., .
.
,. .r'J'-' --. -. ;- IUZA: ANN BaUCE.Talla1Tcsee .
-.c. ,.". -,._... '. .;.:,./ ):.'-..".-. Township;, I, of range 1C. % A Farm For Sale. ,\ ; !'
.--.t.. lSh: 1&31. (Gtf
__ _, .1. .!._ ... Touji-hip: I, of ran e "IF. Sept. ( ) (; ,J -
f'.s. '. Frarti.- I THE subscriber not huving I leisura I SighfiQ! !'
nnl devote
1 to
and
: township township f, of range 29. -
Townships 1 1,2,4, and 5, of range 30. NOT C E. 'I ltt: to it, wrshcs to sell his FARM lying 4 Do you remember the lady in the forest ofErinli
1 INTEND the I 2 uuie North
IMCES.JO'KCY [ m.iking and East
application to Honorable ?
of
Tall
To-vnsliisis t: 2, 3, 411.1, 5, of( i-.ngc 31. I [ :iliassce, ronMimn: : : /'
tIt Jtidic I of Leon Court fur Icllerj f 3 00 acre. of Land of
:
County :> I which 140 cl
oi'iac !
North base line, and East of mend itn. are (-r.rc IJ. under
CLUB, TOR i-ii. Township 2, ofrangc.13. Adasinistralion upon tl e estate of FRANCIS V.*. CAR-i j gcPESTER "r.ll fence, and in good heart. Tlic, woodland i is oakn.vJ Altilo bc-g'in to have a glimering of things

1'1.:1; ; ; :: "rnc".1\ die thl'JMru'lhv; [I l. thj ii 1 Townships I and 2, of range I 14. dcc"t.. .". OSCAR .VIHTE. hickory, with some hannioclc. There ;Is ;' good Some three .nonth-5 before l the count was
't li- .1 ::.: Soulh I at
of the! IKIS.O line, and Ivist of meridian. Bou, necessary Out dashing rapi-J po t-p1CC. through a deep
Also
('s. few
}d / LUNL'AY That part flftO\\'tI& lip I II situated North and West 81111Jedicl partnership )Jeret- pe existing be- nad a Mules, the stock orCattle:, Hoars, wood in the mountains wliich head in Adriatic.A .
:IXL-S, 1ir Jhi'v.1 IH! I* inslei Sheep a of Corn
A f. ;M.; sears trre I of the Sawannce river of jfl. ; supply and Fodder, and ail ih"
i .... ,' .::. '.:.1,1.. i. Uscfra on the 30-Ji' Sijj- range 14. al iwccn tlic undesigned, WHS d..i5ulvctllJy mulu- Planta- ion Tools. sudden pull up at a turning in tin1 road near
'. x J\I tho s-\me jil.icc, in continuation, commencing on consent (.n the first of Octubtr, I l34.> TERM?-One-third rash, the balance ly thro'v him from his britska and out
and looking
one tt\o ,
the\ third M 'lI.rl' In Jul'mbn' for the of .1. McLEMORE.lOtf.
next, disposal ,
Own> DaT--ltc'_n&v.I the t pabii" buds within the limits of the uiidcriiicntiontil \\:- FLAKE. year Apply to J. II. Rnpd-.Iphj; i'. J. JI..--k'y' or :'t{ tiLe 'cllim rl po> co !I1 of the postillion, he
the 'lh rl'iu'i"
\I P-- \ \1(('.', f"''!' fur any toro in the TIm.tl TIIOS. E. RAN 1)OLPII.
." ;. ....4'.. <'iy' t-ttlj1 fuk ot the Tallahassee! : toivnvi'ipi i\iidfia.ct!! ; l townships to wit.Sout'.i NOTICE.- Nor. Jt, 1S3I. ((I2if) fjund his way impeded by an overset carriage

J
1'" du 11.1 the .;.I.;a Spciuitcr 11: I.TIU 'l tov.Mi.liip I, of range 8.TouiiMnps ALL who arc interested, will take notko, that the For Sale, \ering! lo extricate tho body of an old man
'! J, i. ."., .i, .r', (Ii!, and 7, of range 9. : : have filed in the CI 'rk's Office of tin It42::: *
,"' ('!ut' -lfre1If"f'1)& --wriIP tY.t :i Tow ll hi js I I. 2, 31, '.6, 7, 8, and 9, of range 10. county of Jefferson, Florida, a l'ttito for a division A coo,] PI.ANTAT1OX ia; G.uUdcn !killed! by the accident '-

;.ey 1..II'\11\; : $1000 1: Townships 1, 2,31, iG, 7, 8, 9, and 10 of range 11r I. (It I' the! estate of IS A\C JMn.i.KR, late nf said comsfyCratrfvrd : .I ,J'J. from-: County, I 13 iiufe. fmm 'j".lhn"'c"} .. i 10ties Thr-ro was more attractive metal for the

{ sin.* J 'J'"wlI hip5 I, 2, :i-i, 5, G, 7,13, and 9 I, of range I:. deceased, and will on the :ilOlh: day of Dcrciul-cr, !?:f; n Q' !hey, ati, i ''J > jie! > f fro :.:!JK (!cII'J! rkiKfricr traveller! fio'vevor in tho of
shape
a
!
r":1:1 Ut'-'r:1 ,
n"I\'f. : FO.n)
the uf said Court C.I,7mi.sxu. coiu.i.-.iitvr! n ", 700 t in "-''!LI.1IIO'l.h i ( young :,
move tn
3udg appoint
Townships I :} 4 f audC of 13. c : ;- i
'. 1,2, ,
:. > 1'1'! J\ir-c- 2 r.i'lv' heats, 200 00 1! range I rge cnniolio, :' Sugarho11A' :,1rt ;i'anl' ; 'Ii;' icti.ul: nt'l.lO, leaning pale and Hrint I
Town ,lij., l l2, 3, 4, and 5, of rate 14. trs to divide and partition .said: Estate according to rafcciial: i ,
r.irTii KjrShi.: 1 1 I Towiuhsp Land fractional townships 2,3, and 4, the claims of liic Petitioners. 1 SIlar-LlIl\ettl[ o: larsc: s>izr, fOil'J! o1: ic I u for
11.\T-rr.mAY. I of takiii r o'T a !lar: c rop ofSii! ..i.- ('an' _. '
15.Tewu.hjp ll'ibb ) the tin.insisted.
I range A rojn-'i: : To bring a hat full
Jo./\!! ( !IVr43 nit! heats 500 00 liri-efr-mrd Gin h-
>:j c, first ,
E.I.WC: 1.t. l, anid fractional township, of range 1C.At }l'iltia>n II. Love, } Pctilioncrs, by a I 0 saw I-tiimr.'o; 'Jin> -.\ g''J.I raiv 1 rll1-I1"f Hc-st 1 3Jii.: \1" \nd] (,f watf-r from the n arc-t brook, o.iJ :receive

-IVTil V Ai-SATrr.ltAT. the Land Office at ST. AUC.UTIKK: one the C/tcr/o 1'rsdcnt, ) wards of 20 jjoo'l Ne.rro flr.::!.:.. nil wii'i: j'la-'i: il-jors Up, her falling head on his shouIuVr, wa the workof
P. iji.I ,. 'tl iV hr.I 1 'v'lehr.us; -.3bctinr',2jO 00':i second Monday in Dccnnber next, for the disposal i ofI GEO. WARNER, a nSI! all ncoosMry Oiif-R'iidi' ; 'J'iic
;
F.r.ti"'ncc S' 0.fi'i I the! public! : Kinds within the: limits of the undcrmenI Momicello, 2 i, 1 1S34. [fi'-Jn: ] ."iI1)flet'e nr-ji'.hrd with IVti GM: > purcli.ijor nn r ? :1 tnoiight.: Site Iud funied q-nte away,
I ? "!! Cotri :jSeed! ..tis1500
I : -
To\C\rh M"o first nri'.ned >ia'c: "there aiv rljytlu'i :I i tioi: <:d townsliipi! and fractional Townships, to wit: I !11I'ilds Corn and I IO/hlt 1L-. F-'Jd"r !tn.; :.= !. und taking her !like! a child! into his arms, he
;
tl : ful". :Iv-rs, \lho I luxvc secured: t'-ie lirfcitl I North of t'ic' base !line, and East of the meridian. H. A. ItII i : () ri & CO. 4 tli- pla-r! : All of i\lich: will "lii-soS-l! "x',,rc-.T--y!a :\b\on!.. pbccd-turon! abaj; kl b y; the road-side, bathed

I.. tni':: v. :LI; .pjtrovi-J: cudoriors, p ":'tJle! at ( C J' '''.t'tll:1i\I townships 1,2,3,4. and 5, (East of Si.hr's for <-\-t.! -will .Sril[! fir onliilfv?'), thc, !.ahnccii i 12mnn'hs. !hor forehead siui lips, and chafed her small

(;\,,ii' 1 TL! ,'f 1'rid.i! and lUpoiitetlitii\ the c.ihh- :j: ., river.) of ran SIR 23. --: oJ.. --. Tlose dispf! *rd to j'ii.-'l ;a-c, -." ill I l i'o' rrll t,> \" lite h.inJtill lii heart with all the distress

.l..11..0\ ...nsfMi be ni.uk1 ly letter addressed] to !j Townships 11 2, 3, 4, and fractional township 5, of E, -2 call ar.-l ei.iiliiic: tlie! 7ir-n.s"s, \ :1'ii: b? t'lwn! > ,

I i"SB<.:tiary: at Tallahasseeiuy" time before the :0th : r=m *V "*> ITownships. J -- -. l by my Ovrrsp.T on the'! place, IT mys-lf res.Jiu: in j of l'l'n"15 quite mad with her perfect beau.

,n "!'.. ii'A''!, liy eoiuplyios; with the terms of suj-! 1 2, and 3, of range 25. __I t 'c_ 3C : CluMicy G i'lJ!.n coamy.Nm ; ty.

K'f;i- .i. '''' coll! "r horst! t.) be namul tile evening : TownsJiip I of range 2G. IL. Z -. I. (lIft| TIlO'VIA'PP.r.STOX.jRNTOKK. Ampliation at 1-ist bu. in to return, ani as
.. '(-a I! Fractional : and 1 of 27. a
t.-wnvhips: 1.2,3, range -
Tin th'r. up r : Fractional townships 1 1,2, and 3, of ianC 2S. r..- It --C .=- -= .i\// E IV I the fill -h was stealing into her lips, another

r ti.if.y: : : ;II' !', C' ninc'itur; and I every < fT*ri v,ill ii)iC Fractional townships i 1,2, and 3, of range 29. ;. 0 r ::1E:: sul. c'ibf-r! is a'!flilt. io i.-.st.M! : i h ''lim-'cl' cirriig: drove up with serranis ia the same'livry

l\lk i" itll'Mil till! I licst a.cnaI\1"IJatinn ; and it is conjikm'.y South of the base lino, and East: of the Ii erili] : n. rn = '"- -- la-inriitly in TjiHali.issft Menli! pjr- I I and Count Anat')lo thoroughly! bowiK
:(: as a nit, aiulv.l :
'! pc.tctl.th.lt eiitlctiicn at a distance Mho That part township 11, (Eastof Suwanncc river)) rn 3 op n f.r sale in a few days, ai Ms store : I tiered in his new drt .'m. m?cbanical1v assisted

l."vcf.H! liorsts, willconsiOfr onr Purses, :%nd ttur cfyr.sutjikac :. oftaic 11.Townships. <. \ I & -* : l I lie tifllce of the Floridian; a snull! as-oriraaiuof opposiirs them in getting their living mistress and dead
: : worthy of th,'ir CI1 iclcral ion. 10, 11, and I 12, of range 15. :: 4 V t.Q Hu's fltuhin SJj-.rs Bru

THO.' naOWX, Soc'ry & Pior.ictor.'alflalii Townships I IU, I 11 J and 12, of range 1C. < 0 oJ Q C -_ Ti:1WtlfC.I Crockery o. and Stoneware, :Woodnm-arc., Hardware: and. rnistf/.r t into if, and until they v ere l fairly out of

I' ;1. l 143-tfj Tow nMiips, I 10, 1 11,12 1 and I 13, of range 17. J -tJ ; ?: CutiTy, Sugar Cane Knives, Agricultural I-np--! > .1 siht; ti had never occurred to him that be

Townships l C, 7, and 13, of run; !c 13.Towi.ships I JJ C v mcnts, Rop. and small Cordage, Kitchen and Housekcepiiijjliici'siK ;- might possibly l wish to know the name and

; > 5, G, 7, 8, 9, and 13, of range 19. 13 I Carpenter's ,
3t Co.per', and Sm'h\; condition of the fairest piece of work he had
The Quincy Races. Touiihliips 1, 2, 3, 5, G 7, 8, and H: of range 20. -4 .I :.' ;. Tools of all kinds, Nails Br'ss Goods, Locks, Bolts,

iii: Townships 1,2,3, C, 7, and 8, of range 21. c- < Axe?, ockct-B >oks, S.mT-boxcs: and Fancy Goods! overseen from the hand of his JMaker.An .
P will JUccOVM- the Gid.-den Course Quincy, That portion of township: 1 South of St. :1arY'S C-u-_- .- which h,. h disposed: th sell on reasonable terms, and i I hour before, he had doubled his buono

w.nnvn-o on \Vodtifcyly: the 7lh day of river, and townships 2, :3, 4. 5, H, 7, and 8,of range 22. -> -; rcsiect-ully, an cxanrinathnof tin
l hnuirr, I 153.1, and co.aiuMe 1 f'ur.03Z ihiys.Hay'tlVst -. requests his Goods man to postillion, and was driving on to
r.f
That portion o.'township I, East of St.1H.u'y's river, rn- GEORGE LANMAN. .
I: Vienna, as if to sit ot a ne', Nov
$! mile lica'a-Entiance, $20 and townships 2,3,4,5, G, 7, and 8, of range;: 23. : Tallahassee, NoV.st, I S3 1. (I l2-3m) congress.
jpiy'sl\use $l O--1 I iailc heals best 3 in J ho stood leaning against the tree at the foct of
Townships; 1 1,2,3,4,51 G, 7, and 8, of range 24. a ia N. B.-Wanted to ,
ttitrnirr purchase a likely NEGRO BOY
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( 20 and 8 of 5.Fmr.tional'twnslip which the and wild flowers the
showed
oj J fla Purse Townships 1,2,4,5, G, 7. range about 12 or 11 years t'fac.A1)MINISTItA'l'OJL'S. grass
If "h t u consist i of i he Ent'ance1'.I1fY; l 1, of range 29. DIRECTIONS. print of a new made and tho
( Ue fir pressure pos-
and sccjnl :1)'s-1 mile heats: = Each sale will bo kept for two weeks, and the NOTICE. 1 j
tn'rancc open : The Jlcight indispensable & LL tillion cracked his and Attillo reminded
whip
I I 15 lands reserved by law for the usc of schools, or for persons having claims:: against the estate of I ,.
Ui
Ddjr'b Pur- to conbisiof the Entrance Money oilier purposes will be excluded from sale.Gicn 1. Round the rhost under coat. PILATIAH WiiiTEiii'KST, deceased, lute of Leon him of the hour he was losing in vain.

fl'Inrfle S: f l--c third and fourth Jo's-J mile out- under my hand, at the City Washington\, 2. Do. Waist. County, are hereby notified to present them duly authenticated lie re-mounted after a while ; but the order
10 3. From ha"k-seam to elbow anrf knHchlcjoint. within the time picscribed by law or
this seventh day of July. A. 1) 1831.ANDREW they was to back to the last hmise.
rf?ir'"nl's': ''IC lh:1.Jc: Xv5ll the Secretary by &cve JACKSON. 4. Round the thigh. will! be forever barred. All persons indebted to said go post
C' 5. Frol,1tlie liip- .itt tl '! estate Three or four months after alber-
I to arc make
tJ tilL o nn e- requested to immediate! a solitary
-ijy previous to that 1 of running.A. By the President: payment.

J. FOIIMAN) S>cVv ELIJAH llATWAun, __-- SARAH 'VIIITETIURST, Adm'trix. go in the neighborhood of this adventure, pus-
Mr. JAS.
Q. Gadsdou Jockey Club. Comms; ..n'r ot'the.General Land Office.( [50ts NEW GOODS Nov. 1. [S.12f LINN] is my authorised SARAH WHITEHCUST.n cnt. sec! by the count in scouring the country on

)F, October 23, 1 31. [II 11-11wJ] NOTICE.-At the -next- session- of the CuuntyCourt horseback in every direction, and by bis servant -
AND
of Leon County I shall apply for a settlement DISTRICT OF MIDDLE FLORIDA. in very particular ennui, bring up the

THE of my accounts as administrator of James Hughrs, 1A Qg l 1Jl QNJg In the Superior Court. : story nearly to where the scene commences.

RACES at which time my accounts and vouchers wllllJc presented EPSON (t). would respectfully in- .TAlIES1. RETNOLDS, 1 In Assimipsit I have scen her !' said the count.

: OVER the .MaruniiA Course will come off or. for scttlculcnt.H HA. thoir customers and the publiek! generally versusSTI.FITCN > Attillo only lifted his
SIMMONS Adm'r.Sept. eyebrows.
f. f,. >' 2t11 November. next, and% continuee F. that they are now opening their new Stock of K. BAUO.V. ) Attaclimcnt. *
:! Oih 183J.1.:1mCOlIllISSION She is here in the
days.1st (l'cE i is hereby given, that process ef Attach- neighborhood of Yien

day $ ')\-2 mile :\;-S20 cntrancc.ihy 4- STORAGE FALL & WINTER GOODS, 1"\1 incnt has been issued in the above stated cause, na !' ,

11 J'lj' }-' mile ht'liIS-$30 do. BUS just received fnm New York, consisting of a splendid .and made returnable to the next Term of said Court. f\llce lei !V murmercd Attillo.
dty $ :IJ-'IIIt 11'<\15-3 in A-seo do. 1NESS.'C The Defendant: and all others concerned, arc notified '
Cloths CasMmcrcs and Vest- Shofls the
4.h: TIlE SUBSCRIBER assortment superfine princess Leichienfels, and
day Silver of the and by
Sell-value' 8175-2 mile heats- same, arc hereby required to and
$2Gi. abandoned the Retail busidess, will in future devote l ings, of a great variety, selected from late! importations plead 'to the declaration filed, in accordance appear with the the death of that old man, a widow.'
th the most unremi.ting attention to a G'lieral COMMISSION of the! most fashionable order.-Likewise, a '
, Tb day W((ptake-frcc for all a-ca-SlOO I do. and STORAGE business-receiving and general assortment Fancy Articles for Gentlemen'sdress Statute in such case made and provided. Veramente / gravely echoed the count.-

; e proprietor_ feels ronfidenl that much sport may flrwttdin Goods and Cotton will be particularlyattended viz :--Stocks of every dcsc.riniion, Gloves, JAMES A. BERTHELOT. And now listen. Tho princess lives in close
J Tallahassee
imeJl < Jl' has had thc of several 2tli October, 1834. ((12lf I )
;: promise genBTa 10. Suspenders Pongee Hhdfs., Fronts and Collars, fine retirement. An old friend or two and a tried
,? ,'r0n! 'the' diGsrtnt Slatce, that if our purses Linen Shirts hosiery &c.-Splendid Se-il, Fur and .
; ,
His buildings are considerably enlarged and in excellent ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. servant, are the only who
Jb llfy.It. the y woulj certainly attend our Cloth fine Silk Plush and Beaver Hats of the persons see her.
turse condition. His extensive acquaintance and Caps, N the 18th
Tuesday of November next will be You
: IS"'anh' No haveco' are to contrive to this
1'- pains will be bparod to O see servant tomorrow
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: Ills fo-sh'on.
the cry liberal patronage hitherto extended to him test old all the PERISHABLE
;. l'tel; duck-d->cry extensive preparationsin A ready-made Clothing made PROPERTY belonging corrupt him to leave hor and
I render it unnecessary, he deems to give reference. general assortment to ihe estate of Patrick McGrifiT deceased late of recommend
*" :mjiiodatc those who may favour us the subscribers in the most faithful and fashionable in his
U1 t h lI.r JOHN BLAIR peACHY up by Gadsdcn COllUl-namely, a lae lot of Com and me place, and then you are to'take"himrlS
I Inali company. Liberal advances as heretofore made on Cotton style, consisting of Overcoats, Frock & Dress
four head
: i of courier
Foddejr Mules Horse about to Pans
1I1 I ; ; one one your whence if 1 calc
; 'ita"lVS' the Club will be by thefi ; ; ,
Ihe governed Cloth and Goat lair Camkt
shipped to New York, Charleston or Liverpool. Coats and Goatees, fine hundred and head of
l1aket fifty
Ib1cs. AU Entries be made to the Hogs ; two yoke of Oxen ; late well, iou will return to before
to and almost me
St. Marks, Sept. 2, 18IJ.-Lf.! Cloaks and Wrappers,Pantaloons .Vmtsof some Stock Cattle and long,
fi trr L}' 9 o'clock P. M. for the itO Sheep ; some SugarCane and with
1U11ung.it day previous every desc-iption, among which are rich figured and Kettles ; Plantation Tools ; two Gin Boxes, with important despatches. Do you understand -*

Storing & Shipping of Cotton. Double-breasted Velvet and fine black Cloth and Household atd Kitchen Furniture, wilh various other me !'
: JAS. J. PITTMAN Secretary. while Marseilles Vests &c.
Cassimcrc Valnntia and
kiarna, FhJLla' July, 2831. [48-20\\1)] I'r ERR 4- STURGES will attend to Storing and r Fnc Marino, and Lamb's Wool Nett-Shirts and Draw- articles too tedious to mention. Also, one stock of Signor si !' .
The Shipping Cotton-they will also advance on: Cattle on Flint rivci, Georgia, sold for the benefit of In the small boudoir of
Co1aml.hl Doe-skin Undcr-Vesls maison
Enquirer will puldisli the aboveand ers-fine Neil Silk and an the heirs of said deceased. Sale a de paisanc,
continue
to from
(th1I' k,. f..rw\rd his account r the Secretary Cotton en'trustcd to their care for shipment to nny excellent article for invalids. to day until all is sold. day belonging to the noble family of Leichtenfels,
in the United States elsewhere and will
Ilnar.na market or ; their sincere thanks for
j i Jocky Club purchase at either thcir Stores in Tallahassee or St. the lIT The liberal subscribers return heretofore received, and icfp TEEMS made knowq on the day of sale. sat the widowed mistress of one of the oldest -
patronage
For Charleston, Marks. Oct. 4th, 1934 (Sit)- would very still hope by their assiduity and strict attentionto MARTHA AUGUSTUS McGRIFF.Adm'lrix.H. LAMER Adm'r. titles and finest estates of Austria. The

i rV TilE CfTpcr-irlslcncd, fast sailing Brig SIX months from from date, I will present zihe business, to merit and receive a continuation of the October, 1834. ((12-3w) light from a single long window, opening downto

_gE_ SOMERSET, Copt. LEWIS, having part for a settlement, and shall apply to same.Cy the floor, arid leading out upon' a terrace of
ig'atd.[ of l hI'r '.rgo engaged-will sail with des- Hon. County Court of Jackson county, for Letters | All orders will be thanKfully rccivcd ; and as LAND :FOR SALE. flowers, was subdued by a crimson

; ob.nl'lr; p pas .gc, having excellent nccommodaf > of Dismission as Administrator of the estate of DAVID they have engaged in their employ steady and first O NE Eighth of LAND, laying C miles N. East from tain heavy cui-

N-arfY to 'W. C. ROWELL, late of said county, deceased. I rate WORKMEN, they are prepared to execute all orders Tallahassee-The quality is good-For further : looped partially away, a pcstille lamp

S -lueral advances made ou MiLLERed.. JNO. M. C. ROWELL, Adm'r. l at the shortest notice and In the most durable and particulars, apply to R. J. HAC1 L"GY. was sending up from its porphyry pedestal

M.k s, OCL. 25. [2\-. '24th June, ISM ((47-6m fashionable Ityl ..-_TaUflliASSV, Oct 2p. [11-Gm, Oc 25 (.11 if.) thin and just perceptible curl of smoke thjra'



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btstaereftsed. .r
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tire' aid flB&ftBNaeBed asd fecr ----
grace rooceteaser
r a b eb the lady ..v i 1 ynnd_ t..nl aad m& most tamer tom hmm tJtoegh she u CDIImaW. requested than erer. Upward of a l dyed AU'r Stoarfa ,d. the)aIn 1.en 18to'

: fonratd oae of her slender fingers, Bid oa & Dew it DOt. here,eIf.ware ever females join daily ia,the moons ocojpafcoo, to'br abTo x
From she Richmond Enquirer.CANZOSNfiTTIi I driven them froo the be did;acd tbti,
baring aacr. sraW
table tsar, Uv a sheet oft black edged paper, following I ha lofterieg mtteadance-and and the police W1I i
Minister for readmission they were *bfe
the
1 CrOisedbya assail s1rer pen and scnwied be, the while losisg ncrer &glance era motion Oh flat "goodnight amp laTe, galleries they petitioned habit the t".pe orm .h
sq J'd celebrated actress was in a same evening '
Over rrreguUrly with devices mod dtscoonectedtrords bat treasuring aD up in his heart with the avarice There's mUSIC on ue ka; A by t j selt et .

the word evidently of fit of the mostabsolute of a miser-what ia comxxran life thoughit The son is shining bright my lon, of frequentine the galcries and wa known all tb* rat rhn thy :badaPfraraices
Oa rock and tower, and tree. suffered losses.-One lady accompanied : Dr. $
and listless idleness. the life of fortune's most favorite child to have beavy guien ei\.1: 1
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WIre Scarce yet has ceased the wild bee's hum, her husband. The wife of one .{ of the slperl7i.fit3 before
The door opened, and a servant mourning could compare with it for bliss The ;rass with &.'5 rears wet; and bw the R.
Irrerj stood before th- ladI /. Pale and agitated the count turned back at The hoar of pUt Bg is net come- the clerks in a governlentjoffice is a speculator ?j7en. socb a dUtinn

,, bare thought of your request TYilhelni' the call of his mistress and stood waiting her Not yet, my love,not yet 1 eD 'Change, and had induced mold govero- the prini !*-* on -which! th 1 IrAs

lie said 11 hatf become accustomed to your pleasure. ** Anatole !" Madame P* How la* the hours of noon, my lose, es, who brought her up and her cook tn follow shall en-ieaTor to girc: t;eta a.; toff

service and regret to lose you ; bat I should I I The answer was so slow and deep hat it 2 o kindred bosom nigh her example.-What a revoking .b3Ier of them soD
Bat where the moon, lore, of life in Paris. 1. The
vesper my this is in the description former tat
regret more to stand in the trap of your inter I startled himself' Beams forth, how swift then fly 1 I with bis feet j>a an inc sAdden

est. You have my permission.' J She motioned to him to come nearer. She Why will not Tim irhen lover's meet, a utt.ehi-'a*,r tban hit

Wilheltn expressed his thanks with an effort had sunk upon a *. and as be stood at her Awhile his wines for-t ? From the Boston Atb.- I I {etore placed a jnt jBeared. tmpr; lire

that showed he had not obeyed the call of a feet she leaned forward buried her hands and Still o'er the I lea fioats magic Beet!- good ucJ.tr false Koun h.! P/ios xis Pb- GvOb
1K'Pe&T..L'fT T&uLbbinl
Not yet, my fc>re, not yet with
without and leaveto in the curls which in her retiremant I gr1nC *n iroo nng w fro
mammon regret requested arms long pretences--befure Jude Thatd, Oct. J J. not:
introduce the person he had proposed air his she allowed to float luxuriantly over her shewi One Is worth hOOT corn's ax ere brightest with thee beam my lore; ,- The jurY brwigb: in their verikl in the C2"r- a rope wa* fastc ed -in- upt hthis
I tbrt't
successor. i dersand sobbed aloud. O Overcome and forgetful For this by the lea, my loaf, lAth ii: /oor, at 9 9rk>ck this r&ornmi!, arid leg rb a t k In the upript '

Of what country is he PTyrckse I I of all but the distress of the lovely creature The moon lietts up the stream, declared tbe prisooer guilty of ** uri a:foSr and wbkb hi, feet wvee I ,d sad 1eY eg :

,Sour e.xce en'cy.' : befor him, the count dropped upon the The stars-f see them sinning bnght, frauduIenUv obtaining goods under far prettraces. two hordes Fu!! ; '.:1 :'1- r' were Lilt
foot in its The son, indeed is st; ." The foreman accompanied this verdict draw him onto! h.i '! V
I And why does be Leave the gentlemen with cushion on which rested the small Bat still oh! mill say not u rod orttNot : 1't. toil
whom be Vienna r : and taking her hand pressed with a statement that the pry could cot agrtrr 2. He aUo r J.S:e rrf a .in
came to mourning slipper, yet t. my lore not ye further thati tab. ro-e, to a t. t
that
I / ? Fes aadaat. : it to his I upon any decision Trent .and baring pr-,ed .,. Ill', aveVa.
/ tst emovtrer < ve fervently I The counsel for the prisoner contended that thr-s' Uiru2a.an ,r
answered the ex-vallet resorting to French to I The reality broke upon her She was be- J''I B .U was not verdict of guilty acfcd *>trse d, c w 1un; in the 'HIt J tie ( "HL :.zt lowet e1 e

express what be considered a delicate. circum- loved-But by whom A menial and theappalling ; FROM EUROPE. I seeming likely to ensue, Mr. Parker, f>r tLevernm ear s red t g,H-; .. He, i Ac phl1tecU"' tedI
L.\TEJ
ace. answer drove all the blood of her t rnthjinedbtely moved ha trf)08r the }''" az3n t the ,t ..'' U

Peen czfanl !" said the Princess, with a proud race in a torrent upon her heart sweep Lo5Dox, Sept. 12. I,.' that the jury be impannefieJ to try L. W. Moort 1 lets CJntrac :n. -.....aJ? strttC eye I 1tk. fri

sigh that partook as much of envy as of pity ing away all affection as if her nature bad ne-I A new turn has, it is said been given to the upon a new indictment, kraving the que&tin upon his I legs br' kp le r ..e .:. fell bab Oe siu

'Jet him come in !' ver known its name. She sprang to her feet foreign market, through the employment of I| the previous verdict to be referred to, and drtruiei i a featier bey:. *ed 1

Acid the Count Anatole as the ?wee{ acCents and laid her hand upon the bell. '! pigeons, by which the Paris prices of the day I I I| hereafter if necessary. This w 'a% for CX',obtaining :';i.' -y 3. In imitation: of r' -r., De chivex

I! *' said Anatole in cold 1'preceding have been regularly obtained, when |: done and the prisoner indicied a new down r. laid ii ,
reached his ear, stepped over the thresh- Madame a proud 1'I I I goods under false pretencts from Mmes?. oa the snw a( .-: W"n tire ,
ID
hold! in the coarse but gar dress of the Tyrol tone. ; oar fluctuation has occurred, before the close i I Taylor, Reed k Co. It appeared frog the evidence p!aced u-n, his b:ea.. : :1Itln wnm .

stood in the presence of her whose dewy..temple i She staid her arm to listen. !! of business in ibis market. The same thing II | of Mr. T. that the firm of whxh br: is a all! f au f rcc a p.; u: r .JJ I erect Il5Cf

he had bathed in the forest whose lips he t ** I leave you for ever.*' (I| is said to have been done in Paris with respect j member had been unpaged upos by preci rJy tl: rn rr aid soardimerw Cr.eledtir In

sad almost pried into for breath. whose t And a.ain with the quick revulsion of youth :,|!t to the London papcis.: same representations as had been use*! ia the cave chisels a great coy -.j er ..' tm bid to
woman's heart within ,iCCOUDts from Stockholm state that the of Messrs, Brown & .-The pr&aer 3Ir. T Dpnq nitIS
snowy hands he Dad chafed and kissed when and passion, her rose i iI i anviL At otter timewt-
I she buried her face-in her hands and [ cholera had spread throughout the greatest :: said, had stated that.be was a solvent trader, that stops .. i'fhJ"h j
and
the senses had deserted their celestial organs her, was hid upon hid c'ir! ,sad Cdr ,
I he owed nothing! in Boston and tit re hid al. .
'' the alone 167 f iI i| ova
Sweden. In
the i her head in utter abandonment his part of capital blow of the
-the angel of his perpetual dream lady dropped op I' for cash. He, (tile prisoner. gr sitD2TUHr.;
I had been attacked, of whom 77 d ed. ;;;ways purchased '
of his wild and uncontrollable, but respectfuland i bosom. persons : however, at the very oraent he made Uift stateI 4. The performer the:. t%; C'll.." thva
birth of the and the i; LONDON, Sept. 12.-The new Turkish \mbas I, li 8j J i
It the "
honorable1Ye.. j was day emperor I meat krvev.as appeared from further tv>3eace.that upon oaf chair and La the-:.
The princess looked carelessly l up as be approached courtly nobles of Austria were rolling out from ;;: 3dor has arrived j in Strasburg ofl his ally he wa- insolvent ari that he was icijcbied *.-> ririoui forming *iih his b-tck oontvhj. 0 16 ant su

1 but her eves seemed arrested in passing -' the capital to offer their congratulations at tbe :: to Paris. The affairs of the East are begin- tradesmen in the city te the azyjant of i-- .). arch. Os* or ro rr n t-r." a rid leg rr:

over his f ft3tureShe resumed her occupation 1 royal palace of Scb ?abrun. In addition to... fling ence more to draw Attention to the French With some of these indi\iluals i he hid haJ previous n rdoa 'r.got aponbelly ate

of her fingers in the usual attractions of the scene the drawing '! capital. It is evident that both the Ambassador de2'in:-. and ha-i maaa-r-i to obtain ix-' i* breiihed.-lIZ-A cp ,1Dtrf.1f
winding taper '' France sad the this froca then about this time, to iospue thca with stork -so ano 3 mil fKl
and which I' ro em was to be graced by the first public appearance to one coming to ,
smoke curls of the incense lamp, analfstgh of aSJence., h: caking sma J pavornts urn :or' I ore foot brd,2sd i halt a foot t h-ck T is
missions
ambassador whose country are entrusted with more upI3ced
t as if she had -repelled a pleasing! of a new french ever accounts! The stock which ie cad ootaine1 upon bi Ixr.'Iy; and "-.:;i:a Er U


4 asked his had displayed in a late secret negotiation, had the mere restitution Algiers, the possession bfcaron, and $ .r)
and the new comer name.Anatole ; ':I ; require tar hs *ort at a TC'i with much I lesdaor'r thai "hta
I your excellency,* ''set the whole court from the queen of Hun- ;, of which had long ceased to be of"any benefit 'i ry short time after he had got pois sson of toguds cbed tae grout d. {h jrto l tt

The vnfoe again seemed lo stir something in : ;arc to the youngest dame tfhtnenr, in a times to the Sultan under the DEi.f : he declared har.f: !insoJvf. and a>si;r..iI 5. HU aest fiat --as to h< st
the whole! of them :hrr with the A big : or tbetoward. 8
rest
of curiosit FRANCE. I togt gM
;
.
her She her hand her \
passed over m
memory. I p ( pro,,:- Y. to his two brothers and a tonaei pinto .t 3h bras t ?n. tJbcesj, ',n hi. k6l'o rye l q'
| Esterhazv there another aJv.c toliih
and was fur moment lost in thought.Asalcle To the prince was Paris : s September. They coa- beefs -
eves ner, whom he aCe ed he owed 816 The h is ooiy. as.j en
shy said 'oh how the sound of reason for writing the day in red letters. The aiD nothingFrench, of much interest. ;I ; flB Ct7.
The Journal de la Janus et CdanUs se's- stock was soM braucuon.acd i fetched ?l ;. M knees he I luVr the man ghq-:..',. Jr. b' P:

his own time thrilled through the fiery veins : princess Leichtenfels, by an express, message t ".Marshal Chuzel has received letter? from the ; Reed, of the urns of Tayxjr: k Co. wen: into N. brought his kc rs ,r r- --"'" ua-v. ,..,',er ... n\

of the disguised IOTf'fD'itI)1e1!) receive from the empress, was to throw aside her widows -j principie inhabitants of .''ers. announcing that Ham hire tn examine into the matter, t.t ti e he raised h,? own bocy no. ard .acli d
inu service..* Wilhelm gill inform ,: weeds, and appear once more to the admiring i Man the prisoner refused to show Its bx=. and ark! ir.vc t
you my the had appointed M. you of your die?, md-l have a fancy for world. She bad yielded to the sum- of tl e coiony, charged with'thsrir intc rests in the no accoun! of the goo-is which he hai rectiveJ him dova oa some insa .c or 1le
emu'l
Jhe dress of the Tyrol), wear intend. '. mobs, but it was to be her last day ot splen- C3;:t31." from the B x-toa mrrc>uct>. of
you may j 1 i the same height as 215 kae-s.-Tr:3 '
Toe "ei MJ. Fcrer voV ob-
prisoners coua an .
dor. Her heart and bind
of livery coil will.! were plighted to ) SPAI !
my I i I cctiua to the worJifcir "'f tiie .nJi:.:.'" t : it *vas 'I he =omits;es perfWajeJ witn '.' II ;
And 1ritb"OD stolen aa 3 warm gaze from ,:i: her Tyrolesc menial ark l the brightest and fiver AccorJIa T to the latest accounts from, the North .,, there Jecarei that th"prisoner had made fay a t+f one.

I under his drooping eyelid-, and heart and lip: list ornament ef the court of Austria when'tb ; of Spain, ZumaFacatreguy, the Car'ist cv.nman- ;!I 1
: 1 re;re entatio R3 to i&sre. Ta:>;)r. Reed k SinI 6. In hiIat and apparent/? -st
fire ha thanked her for her cocdesension ceremonies of the day were over was to der, was again acting on the offensive. Bi'es ;: vi 5
on as 'I I trf r, whereas Le ru J la rc-rli.: dine =o oaty to Mr.Tayk ful perforoaoce be iIQS elevated
; aside the c05tlL:1UL 3 'from her shoulder : Visna and Bargara the Cari sts hare made an at- oa a f fi't 11
his leave. .
the new retainer took ; lay >!. The Ju-I overru-ml this ob/rct>7c.
Month after month pissed on-iff Count and tbe slilterinz' tiara from her brow, tack on Tokisa! ; a place of some importance, having :' giving: it as his opinn)n that Mr. Taylor wcs T o" workopported a heavy canaoa p
.' a considerable garrison, and the feey, we betide upon a scale at same distance belov :jj
Anatclc in a bewildering dream of eter deep- and forget rank and fortune as the wife of his communications the be co.r>itlered a; representing the wb>e firm acd
to Rod.fs with uth of
)
which fixed attached
was \\s a rape to ii
the in makiotr jjise1 3Pre'iV.l5
tnt prisoner, statements to
I O; pa zioa It *ra< upon a soft a> d aaiot- i Json. Spain. From that it is quite evident that R hi..
I )+:3s from Mr. Ta. ktr. had done s j with die.! to tlie fixing of the scale! k I
oas morning of April that a dashing equipage The dazzling hours flew on. The plain Ins l): made) much: p"Oil i putting aa end prucureg.
the lf1tUt'JQ of the firm attached hi rird'e 6e
stood at the door of the proud palace ofLeichtenteh. and kind ,,]ld emperor welcomed and smiled tn the insurectou as !Ii$ friends \vtshed, auJ that I dv'iraudiag rope to ? cannon r
The counsel i tor the ment in adJressbg : scale rented c
)vett ,
r. roUer but when all
.-The arms of Esterh1Zblazed all. The wily Metternich in the prime Z'1 Z'lraaiacarre i* sti:! in a situation to upon
i the JlJrJ"'ert: to the r rexfl disparity wLch cxKeJ ; the rollers! \'
kaock.-;
vast deal of troub-e, if not 10 make the"couteat ready *? :versed
the Dels and the t'atovcomZj chasseurs of successful manhood cool, handsome
on pan polite, :'etween the priVceJs of He ssie, aod the ; c
leaned against the marble columns of the por- and ninning gathered'golden opinions by every .doubtful, prv j":rrt in ID- r> sso>o'ion of the pn.--n-r. Taere I cannon rem-iiirexl su parted c"f 2e i'his \
} The controversy in th. Hrnr:e of ProcuraJores I louis.
tico for their and word and look the duke of Reich- was a deficit of Si 500, treason to : t
waiting master sjteculatins :; ; young ,. relaiive to the Sin .tJ Bill of Ri-rhis has finally! giving gre* sup -.J
on the gayety likely to issue from the suit he f! stadt the mild and gentle son of the struck eagle -:: tcnainated bv tne passage of the biii ia tint body.RUSSIA. pt'e that a coosJerab-- >i.areof the Btoa :- lf The-e feats may be an-nv er'ainedthe

i was prosecuting within-Ho. could a princeof of St. Helena surrounded and caressed : tad never read:oJ the prisoner's s:re. H= had teats niiab-er one f9 ind sii dep
'. HJ loaves by bad dcbs bi or b-: any ou:r entirely the natural of the
on baof
Esterbazy be supposed to sue in vain. by a continual cordon of admirir women, :[ Another fire had occurred iii Mascow, by wLch this : of strength I
means : how tl.ea was JiscrepaRcy Slt00to '
seemed forgetful that and ,t 200 t"t had h tho p-=leis r hick: form a idnilearch} nit
een destroyed.TheJEmperor
The disguised footman bad shown the gay opportunity expecta- u es be acd unted 1'jrr The prisoner had had ao> T
awaited him like two angels with their : Nict,v.as is said to have would re s'=ire an iniirsea-e force to breij
t and handsome nobleman to his mistress's pre ftiou respoadtothe : pie: time ti' procijre a he vouchers and wiL'ies es I
sence.-After re-arranging a family of wings uts}'read: and haugty nobles and their tk r .:d of the Porte for assistance' I; necessary lor hs: dewrce. but bad r cied u b\ any external pressure directed to the
very agair.st Mcheraet All;, that his eugagecient 10 o:- tho tre of the arch: and a? the !"ejs aid thi l h3
scholars
well arrageJ flower pots, shutting the window- : haughtier dimes, statesman, scMiersI bring >e ttrstitn aah wiuch were r jst ctedrd.j ,

to open it again chino the folds of the car- I and priets, crowded upon each other's heels, sir mm and aid,not was where only he in was cases the winrrc a :QjSOr.t1:15 attacked j r' -He had brouirht witnesses at a irreat expense capable of sustsisu' lour ..r'e too

bins net at all for the better and looking a stolen -i and mixed together in the doubtful podrida, GREECE. to speak* as u his character, but had niriecstd :o pound* hen they sta&J '1.1. upright the;

1 which by the name pleasure. I could ; bring J "ard doccmen's which he coui-J easiyI former has co dii5cuiy! ia retstittg the f ffloi
and fierce look at her unconscious visitor i goes The Ljndoa Courier of the 13th i/laot: has have obtained and wbit""o :iJ have further -
moralize here had I time. ", ti.e ucie3.- I gone : two horses, .r in sc t2iaing a caanoa we
find iVowing :1 r
&e could
for
no longer an apology re- ; in his favor than any thing eW. wiz. the de-
remaining in the room-He shut the door after i The princess of Leichtenfels had gone Accounts hav beea received from Naup: to i tails of the sale-proof that the ;<3000 wi.irth of .,102 two or three thousand pounds. The I
the of and had Aug26: from which il'appear- that an i1 urrec ':1pro"'keJ of the anvil is certainly a surprising
through ceromon presentation ia his i V2ry
him in a tempest of jealously. j ; property pT&es>Jon had only :oi.-e-J 1:200.:
Did ? excellency ring !' said be { heard the murmur of admiration, drawn by by tie measures of UK memts of the ; He had pmcurexl gaod> to the amount of2000 The dinicuhy, however reallv! consists:
your
the door again, after a few minutes opening of intolerably beauty from all lips and dizzy with the scene, King Regency of Bavaria who: have. had lecenuy broken; heeu out displaced in Areadia by and the 1 from the Bv,stun traders a siiort linie before the taming the anvil: for when this is do ne tht

torture.Tke and with a bosom full of painful and conflicting It.enia believed have had ramification i sae. which ailed! to what was prevk>usy! in hi* feet of the ham -ffinz is oob if ties
an.as to
prince was on bis knees at her feet. emotions, she bad accepted the proffered arm in continental Greece and tie: I. IanJ J; but the- possession to have been, made ski in at ail auction, -$5 i+00.for and 31-209.thin wa"staxeJ Where oil were a thin piece of iron o: even tin

of Esterhazy to breathe a fresher air energetic of Count Arm three times heavier than the hammer,tia
No Anatole but glass prince measures erg and :he
; you may bring mete a were the prom& of this? Why had not the pryn- .
of water. upon the terrace. They stood near -window 'confidence inspired by the restDrauon"of h's au- 1 er produced the details! of the sae ; Why had former would be killer by a few How;

As he entered with a silver tray trembling t'' and he was pointing out to his fair but inaten- thorny in the Regency, taJ arj"',t entirely: suppressed .. he IK'I brought forward the Deputy Sheriff of the blows are scarcely fci! when the tail

in his hand the prince was rising to go. His live companion the various characters as they of the !tatest it in account every part. of the country at the date Sharon who so 4 j the pro?rt .: iasiead of ca.::ic very heavy; for the more matter the aariJ

!| passed within. witnesses who knew comparatively nothing the greater is its inertia and it is less ibl l
face expresed delight) hope, and triumph t BILBOA. A ig. ..-The choera niorbus is '
I must contrive said the Tne case was committed to the jury- at 6 dock be rock .ut of its for vhenctriTed itb3
pl ce
prince "to
every thing that could madden the soul of the j spreading in Old/ Castle in a frightful! l1nnn r. At and minute ;
.
about
they returned in 15 ; with a ver
k irated lover. After waiting on his rival to hIS show you the new envoy. Oh you have Vaadoid!! upwards of SOX) persons of all rank diet of Guilty.: ** by the blew the whole nxwneBtnaj

= carriage he returned tojiis mistress and re {loot heard of him. Beautiful as Narcissus, have already fa tit n victims to thts terrible scourjre ; The prisoner is a man about -25 yearsof."the hammer its velocity will be so much

i modest as pastor Corydon, clever as the min- but fortunately: tic cabdy is -eTJay. oocomlnir: j age, and of rather prepossessing young appearance. WeS than thai of the hammer as its q-antit7of f*

leaving ister himself, this paragon of diplomatists has : less fatal.i !. understand that he has been liv.ng in great till e ter is ffreater.'When the blow indeed is s

led to him. been here in disguise these three months ne- I, BORDEACI, Sept. ;.-The aim of Madame Sharon dunns the last Ye3r-k'pm; his Lire : the wan feels less of the weight of the
the Hole de b Providence
about-Mellernich and the deuce Zumalacerreguy at has '. end mfcjress.Ve were ,) inibrmed by one of than he did beforebecau-e in the teacixO'
In wocialinw
all this of
time it is be 1 this hou
lapse not to supposed rendered l >e a t >c-j3 for fee iutrifues of the {
r knows 'bat--but rewarded at last with an ambassador's the witness after the irial: that not a s e article stone all the round aboat the ,
that Count Anatole t ticlatists Order hare however been parts
played merely the Lei rcceij : : of the I
last obtained from Bv ton found
goous s
I but here he is Princess Leich- rise to the blow. This is illostrateij
footman's part. His respectful and elegant star : j ed fur her removal from Bordeaux .j twenty its way into the prisoners store but that the property
demeanor the stenfels permit me to pre3ent"She four Lour the u-ell known experrimeat of laying a *j
of his and wLoie
propriety language I were disposed of among his fries d.
the deep devotedness of manner which wins a I beard no more. A glance from the j TURKEY. 1 t, with its ends up ?n two drinking glasses fail.

woman more than al! thins else soon gained! diamond atar on his breast te the Heph ton I COS52i'r TI5OPLE, Aug, 20.-Every person who FEATS OF STRENGTH. I Tater and striking the suck dow-n\TM U

the confidence of the before mouth and keen dark eye of Count Anatole rats ah interest in regeneration ut Turkey, Dr. Brewer I I middle with an iron bar. The stick then III
princess a/id a i 1 in his work on Vatural Made
: I revealed to her the mystery of months. And will experience lively regret I-U hearing the Os- i; case will be broken with u4 breaking the 6
week was passed she found that she was happier ;man Nburectdin: Pasha, the Egyptian Admiral, 'Farailv Library x o. 50,) gives some striking -'f 1Dd"-
she leaned against the window for teS.II break if the be
when he stood behind her chair as supportthe air strong
and Mehemet Aii's of Muscular
gave who last winter quitted service, and instances strength, and also
jftm with self-denial those frequent permissions hand that sustained her in the forest of, sought refuge at the Sultans Court, died la>t week of the effects produced by ay applying the principles blow is not very quick the water will be

.f abscence from the palace which she Friuli and the same thrilling voice in almost of plague. Hrs kiss is looked upon by the Tur1 I: of the Mechanical powers to the human without breaking the 1 isses, When the d pe'a

i supposed be asked to prosecute the armour the same never forgotten cadence, offered his !11 kish Ministry as irreparable. ::I frame from which we extract the following! : !former supports O.s man upon his belly be
and aid and she The b still the 77 1 it by the arch formed bur;his back
disclosed to her on his introduction to ber impassioned sympathy recognized plague on increase; new pa- '1t I About the 1703, a native of Kent, of strong
t and remembered all. ; tients were received last week ia the Greek hospitaL year and"the bones of his legs and flair Ifs
:. active. As time flew on she attributed his :
i the name of Joyce, exhibited such feats .f rs
I Hack far 10 inform that 01the attacked lew recover. Judging :, be could bear three
for them
earnestnes and occasional warmth of must go so as you were roem
manner Lfroni virulance of this disernper, it has not yeti strength in Lndoa and other parts of England be bret?-
Count Anatole on the morning of this memorable four in their steada stone to
to gratitude and without much or great
; reasoning on i i attained its height : that he received the name of the S:C'OOO'

her own. feelings gave herself up to the indulgence day bad sacrificed a silky, but pruient The disorder is chiefly. -l to the city of Samson. His own personal strength was very !,i with one blew.! .

: of a degree of interest i in him which nstache and a pair of the very saucifflt dark Constantinope! ; several quarters of the town, and :: great-but he had also discovered withoutthe |

: would hare alarmed a woman mere filled in whiskers out of eo.eDtry.fhether the Prince I the villages in the Bo>pborj$, though in constant : aid of theory various positions ef the body '' We regret to learn that the Cbokfa'QIl
Estberhazy recegnized in the new the intercourse with the infected, are to tbs day fret'3 1'i {
the knowledge of the heart. Married from a envoy I in which men of common strength could '. made its appearance at Forties IoQroC'vrfj.

f convent however to an old man ,who had se- lady's gentleman who so inopportunely broke I from it- j I I very surprising feats He drew against perform : Point Comfort.: and has prevailed to ;Jj JjI
!
It wonld from
LOSDOS, Sept. 15.- seem
in his tender avowal I some i i I
chided her from the world the voice of the upon am nut prepared ; siderable though in mild f *
passionate parts of our Turkey, letter, that the Porte had begun horses and raised enormouseights but as j I extent a f
count in the forest of Fruiii, was the to say. j to undeceive itself regarding the alleged death [ be actually exhibited his powrs in ways which of about 100 casss only S deaths l& oJ

i first sound of love that bad ever entered her In only know (for I was there) that the Prin- of Ibrabi-n, and to be, moreover convinced that I evince the enormous strength of his own j] ed. It has been thought prudent, &"*eta

t She knew what it that cess Leichstenfels was wedded to the new be had succcded in the the and Uw
ears. net was the tones quelling insurrectionary I muscles all his feats were ascribed to the same ,I disperse troops, temporarily d
of the new footman and now and then ambassador :In the "leafy month of June," movement in Syria. The Turkish fleet was DOt I cause. In the course of eight or ten era companies had accordingly been 10+

look of his eyes as he leaned over to assist and the Prince Eslherhazy, unfortunately prevented therefore to sail at all, but reinforcements continued I how ever, his methods wer discovered and years, I l to different situatKwa in the interior.-.
many
her at table troubled her memory like a trace by illness from attending the nuptials, nevertheless! to be sent to ReJsdiid Pacba individuals of ordinary strength exhibited Gaz.
and to the forming at Icpnia, to be employed a
lost handsome .f army
a opportunity sinking
.r loot dream. very
a long number of his
as may be determined afterlhe arival in Constantinople principal performances, thoughin since,to'
But, oh! what moments had been his in with effect of the Emperor of Russia's answer to a manner greatly inferior to Joyce. A singular acddea occurred DOt.g .

k. hose fleeting months Admitted to her pre- "If she be not fair for me;*' 'the application for advice made to him by the Some time afterwards John Tan Eckeburga bum, the property. of a g jtJen n ca

t it translated into German. Suun.! The warlike of the Porte Shrewsbury The aniaafwas fading l
r sceoce in her most unguarded hour seeing supposing preparations native of Harzegercde in Anhalt travelled which s
of a small l nWnd of earth on
her fet morning, at neon,at night in all her unstudied Whether the enamoured ambassadress prefers i were would indicative advise the renewal of an expectation of a war with that the Russia Viceroy i through Europe'under the appellation of Sam- were growing, wsbai, t ink II vivo It

and curapssing loveliness--for ever her husband in his new character, I am : of Egypt, and would declare her rediness to son exhibiting strength. This, we believe, I on the lichen ,which ISrded tbf tree t

near her, and with the world shut oat-her equally uncertain though from much knowledge -! take the part in it prescribed by th*treaty of the is the same parson whose feats are particularly contrived to get his bead bctrreen two feetl'" '"

rich hair blowing with the slightest breeze' of German courts and a little of human 8th of July. 1 described by Dr.Desaguhersr. He was at I branches. Suddenly the earth uDder bd of ,

across his lingers in his asiduoua service nature I think she will be happy ifat some.future I -- man of the middle size and ordinary strength way, his horns were cau3 bt ill the kd foss p

ber dark lull eyes ,uaconscas* of an obser- day she would not willingly exchange her A French paper states that notwithstanding and as Dr. D was convinced that his feats and have, when he ia was this diseoven-J, he cwnoc was +ba nil{

Ter filing with UDrep ned fears or ber exquisite prond envoy for tho devoted Tyrolese and the desolation brought on so many families in were exhibitiens gf skill and not of strength, in his expired struggles dispersed extraordinary the earth from*""jjjj{

formJluBg upon acoocb or bending over does DOt nigh that she can no more bring him Paris by the"recent events on the Steak Ex- be was desirtos |Of discovering his methods feet and was hzng1'tm ft i:1 the air oaoatW8; *

gowea fsonog aboot the nom ia all its na- to her feet with a pull of a silken string. cjaogs tho passion of gambling in U;e public and with this view he went to sec lulu accent- Gs;-


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__- ii- under the bereavement, *fetpettefice ,tb.* _
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arrto.occUpy. Every the --
heart-felt building "
!FLORIDIAN : sorrow, aad feel Ih'afonr'coantry huJ ifi' etrher been on gar.Io1t1a5 --:"- ----- NOTICE.
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crushed
to ruins hasufiexed
most
prominent citizen or
and society a most useful DIED, rY Medical been
accounts have ia
s 1 placed liii
I .aamoBiMab member.Resdhned. considerably the spacious Hospital In dtrincy, on Tuesday 28th October, Col. BEnT .L hands of R.Haekley, Fsq. Those, who owe

< That the citizens oT town, and of the lately built on an improved plan has been F. YONGE, in the 23d year of his age. me nay save cost by calling immediately on that gen.

I NOVEMBER 15. county of Gadsden, be requested to war partly unroofed and the Barrack Master's and tie man. JNO. McLEMORE.
SATURDAY the
I left arm for thirty days in token of respect.crape.on Adjutant's officers have been entirely destroyed IIIARI1NELIST.: Tallahassee 13th "Vov. 184. (14-Jw.\

II the trial 01 Jot and CXITTEWDOW Resolved, That the citizens of Q.uincyoffer their and it was with great difficulty that the UNION/ BJ5LNK OF FJ OBID.I1.I
ay
I I 'before the Superior Court f for the murder ofSBoandtree sincere deceased.condolence to the distressed family of the trtops side of escaped the Government without los of Ii Ie. The left -- PORT. OF ST. MARKS. I THE number Union Bank Shares of Flor'da required having by the Chirter been sub of
House
The blown
in March last. prosecution was acribed.-N01'ICE is HCREVT That
Nov. 10 GIvEN
ARR"EI7, the Books
.conducted by Mr. Westcott, the U. S. At- i Resolved, That a copy of the proceedings of this down and the other parts of the building partially Brig Antioch,Freeman, from Charleston, S. C. with of Subscription in said Bank, are for the present closed.

: this diitrict, and the defence oflhe prig i meeting, signed by the Chairman and Secretary, be. damaged-The jt>Jfice of the Auxilary nay, butter mackerel, &c. to master. SUBSCRIBERS for Stock' are notified to perfect their
for sent to the widow and father of the deceased. Commissioners of Compensation I subscriptions by filing their appraisments bonds,

: was assigned to Messrs. Baltzell, Chandler Resolved, That a copy of the those has been adjoining TENNESSEEAN FORSALE. mortgages and certificates, with the Cashier on or be.:
10 proceedings of this premises materially injured fore the 2d in
Monday November
of the evidence -
After a patient hearing be next, or their sub.
Ward. meeting published in the Floridian. and 1dii1e To close
s od a great many of their original documents a partnership scriptions will considered NULL AND VOID.
the case was submitted to the jury, who re R. H. M. DAVIDSON Chairman. destroyed. The new Commissariat I urn authorized to sell By order ef the Board: *f Directors.

77.Jtd, and( in a few minutes, returned a verdict of J. R. HARRIS, Sec'ry.At the Custom House, the Court House building Iw this beautiful and fine blooded ROMEO LEWIS, Cashier.
I It is expected that sentence will be pro- -Mai- i HORSE, sired by the celebrated Tallahassee, 10th Oct. 1831.
ket House
11iUg. a of tbe Jail and the Protestant Church I JL horse Carolinian
meeting the Members ,
by
RANDALL on Monday. of the Bar in attendance It further ordered, That the time allowed ftr
pounced by Judge on the Superior Court, at Quincy, on Monday j and almost every other bailding in town have Sir Archy. I shall exhibit subscriptions for Stock m the Union Bank perfecting J

the 3d November, 1834. General R. K. I suffered considerable injury from the effects i him in Tallahassee on the 16th day December, 1834, Florida, be extended to the 2d Monday in Dec'r
CALL next.
result of the late election in was and then sell him to such person as will give the best
EEECTIONs.-The 1 order of the Board '-
of the Hurricane. By of Directors
the
THE called to Chair, and JOHN J. ADAMS The Mercantile Houses offer ,
sufficiently known to render the success ofT Esq. appointed on a credit twelve months, payable in Bank, Sfh NOT '34
Ohio* is Secretary. I of Messrs Thomas Laing and Messrs James with good endorsers. fg-TOwl ROMEO LEWIS= Cash'r.

$as3 the Administration candidate fof Governort On motion of Crto. T. WARD, Esq. the following : Garraway & Co. and Thomas W. Doyle, An Orerseer wanted for the ensuing year.-Enquire ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
lerablr ecrtai The Congressional ticket stands Resolutions of the subscriber'at Luke Jackson, Leon county. be 60ld at public Auction
were Esq the
t unanimously adopted : on account-of their to the WILL to highest
Administration and ten Opposition The proximity sea, 13th Nm-, 1834.144w ROBERT BUTLER
for"thl' on the premises *
WHEREAS or
*jne It has pleased Divine have also Tuesday the 9th of
majority for members of Congress Providence to remove experienced most heavy losses. Deceml>er next, the Plantation
rae0ppo.-.ition belonging to the
1 about 0000; and the success of Lucas is attribu.Id in the from among us, in the bloom of hilTyouth and I Throughout the whole island and on every A fine Saddle Horse--a of BENJ. G. WALKER, deceased, situated in estate Leon

us commencement of a course of usefulness, an estate the most dreadful destruction took, natural pacer, can be had upon liberal county, containing acres, more or less.
to personal popularity.aifle esteemed and valued terms for cash. to Terms made knownon
Apply
member the
of day of sale.
our profession in place the full
Members account of which would fill -
has elected] fire of Congress acolumn. ._ \VM. BILLIARD
( the -
person of our deceased brother or WM. J. RHODES
Iib friendY: {0.the Administration: and two for the Opposition. Esq. and whereas, the Members HENRY F. YONCE, Nov. 15.-14tf A. H. MITCHELL. Administrator with Will! annexed.,

eo la .ne district: there was ho choice.In to evince the high which ofthis Bar are anxious The northern palt of ]Martinique has suffered : For Charleston Nov.8th, 18t4.135wDISSOLUTION

. the result of the election was the raspect they entertained severely and "*
Pennsylvania m vessels have been
dt for him, while living, and the deep regret felt for his .) ,
t bOlCf: (of seventeen for the Administration. find eleven loss:- lost. St. Pierre did not escape and consider- part of her freight engaged, and will sailas THE copartnership existing under the name of

OrPOMtlon- Therefore be it Resolved That in able loss has been sustained at Fort Royal. soon as possible. JCP'Insurance cap AL & ROUSE, is this day dissolved by mutual
The elections in New York commenced on the 3d testimony of Grdit fears were entertained that tho- be effected tin this vessel at as low a rate in Charl s-I consent: All indebted to the joint concern, are in.
our regard for his -
and continue three days-during which time memory and virtues, we do wear people ton as any other of her class. She can n.ccommod3.lcto formed that payment is to be made to JKex'r. Firm
: instant i : crape on the Jeft arm for thirty dar Dominica would suffer for the want of or 12' pa<;sen er8. J. DELANO, Captain. I Du"al, who is fully ant horised to settle all accounts"
I > doubt that the scenes of violence and ;
.e erciliiu! Resolved, That a committee be appointed to communicate i food ana measures were taken at Barbadoes I Rt. Marks, 13th: Nov. 1831.-Mif :and all having any claims against said concern, are
ntnZt, which} have recently' di prared that commu- to the and elsewhere to send requested to present them to him.ALEX'R. .
family of the deceased of supplies to the suffer
a these
Bjjv vrcre renewed. The result will. probably reach copy For Sale or Rent, FORMY DUVAL
Resolutions
; and also the assurance of the sympathy ing inhabitants.: ,
I Ai CANADA
us by &e next mail. felt by the members of this meeting tor their bereave All accounts go to show that this has been I : Hundred A valuable and Fifty FARM.icres, ,containing one hundred Three of Tallahassee, Nov. 4, 1834. ROUSE.flJtf

.
r.iT'oDurinz the !last two months the price of ment.Resolved one of tho most destructive hurricanes ever which is cleared and under good fence, and now in'' NOTICE.THK -

That the District Attorney move the experienced in the West Indies. cultivation. The Farm was formerly owned Dr.
l
jjj, staoic:! has coUimn'il >lowly] hut steadily} to advance by subscriber returns his thanks to the
Court to have placed on its Minutes the proceedingsof Flake-it is situated about twenty miles from Tallahassee the liberal public
Thf has now overiaken the he
consumption encouragement has
,I, and there need 1 lIP no apprehension that the this meeting; and that a copy of the same be published and eight miles from Cluinry,on the Bainbridge: since he has been in this place, and solicits n continuance received
, :supply in the Floridian.The Th following notice of the death of Mr. road. of their patronazre. Just
rI .ill. .?ai" ivedc. Below ,will be found the GRIMKE The improvements a fjood Dwellir.gIJoLTseGinHouse I direct from New York receivedperscbr. Delta,
price meeting:: then adjourned. is taken from the New-York Com- ,a general assortment of Woolen -
ttetf the nuiket at the !IHl.'t(18tc; : Nero Houses, and OutHouses.. &c. There l Staple and Fancy GOODS
!
1 NEW YORK, Oct. 30.ACl"Il1uts R. K. CALL, Chairman. merciaMAdverliser : are also a good Grist Mill and Sugar Mill on the pre. ware, Cutlery, and Iron-raongery, Sloes, Hats, Hollow:
Crockery
'13 JOHN' T. AIMMS. Secretary. DEATH OF MR. GRIMKE.-It i* with no: mscs. If not disposed Af, it will be Rented. sisting of blue, black and brown Cloths blue, 4-c. con.*
black
from Liverpoool to 24th ,
September ; ,
common emotions of that The terns will be reasonable-For further! information drab and double milled
sorrow we arc com grey Cashmeres Cassineta
, were rcrciu'd tenl.iy: morning: by the shij In From the Georgia Journal. : apply to R. MILLER, or to the subscriber.JO and Sattincts English French ;
; and
, pelled to the AmericanPrHits
announce death of the lion
ivliicii, active ;
siiio business in
dejicndence a very rislalllrr.-TIe, >EPIJ F. C, UARLEY. black
and
Houses Lustring Fancy Silks
two and
assembled in- Sifk
1ft) that market.: The siis! (for the week ciidiiiir 19lh their respective halls, on Monday last, tus hold their I I Thomas Grimke, of Soutb Carolina. He Tallahassee' Nov. Pih, 1834.-l4-3t de Nap, &r.; Jackonet, Swiss and Mull Shawls Muslins,Gro

:'rI were -2434, halts: and for three days [ receding annual sessions, according to law. died cholera, at Gwynne's farm, about 22 NOTICE.WILL 3,4, and 5-." brown Domestics, of a superior quality ;;

the 21'li., 1 1.000' hnlos. at an advance in some in- miles fr m Columbus, in Ohio, on Saturdaythe Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths; a general assort-
). The SENATE proceeded toorjjanize itself, by the be sold, on Tuisrlay' the 9th! o f ment of Shoes
; of
stwt't'Slfl-8,1.-C"lalll it7l 2Jt variety
; are quoted : llth inst. He was his Cincinnati ; Crockery Ware, Hollow
on horn
election ofIict'rs-GCII.. way DcreKibcr the valuable PLANTATION".
Worroun ,
sJ-4la93 4.-Qur market immediately: became of Habcr Ware Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also. Cognac Brandy
)\ sham, in the Chair. to Columbus when he was attacked by ___ longing! to the estate of Benjamin G. Holland Gin ; Sicily, SherryPortand ,
aminjleu1ami tIm'.' transactions' Claret Wipes
,}1 quite; : yesterday were that disease JFaker, deceased, Juh/iining: Lafoyctt's townsh'p and 1 with ;
in the ; other
For }President Wood of Mcintosh stage; aud before phycians; marty articles too tedious to mention. Purchasers
rtt'il liian fir lime 54 -
znTreaiiiu( : some pnstat: very l full\ lying within 7 miles of Tullihns'see, containing 130( invited
Mitchell of Clark SO could arrive was in a collapse, from which all are to call and examine prir<" :nnd ill sjme instances at rates wliirh c Mild acres, more or sc-2UO:; acres of which are cleared ALEX'R.

:.jti: mnk'liire! f be<4.>taine: .l. The snles for about t.'iree Blank 2 efforts to raise him were in fectual, His object and in excellent order On the place is a neat Dwelling Tallahassee, Nov. 4. 1833, FORMY(fl3tflADMINISTRAfOLt'S | DUVAL.

days amount to 2-iOO =1lcscOluprisin1,900)! Six Senatois absent. in visiting Ohio, was in part to meet his House, with all OUf' uildings attached,-an excellent "

l',lamti; nv)stly new crop' at 14 1-2; a 1C cents; For Secretary: -John A. Cuihbcrt 54; I brother the lion. Frederick Grimke, a Judse :. Gin and Parking Screw included. Persons NOTICE.
I. L. Harris wishing to purchase;; wo-ild do well to call and I ALL persons indebted to the estate of the laid
examine
a 131/) Ahlcinin! : : (11,1.! 1C a 10 3-4, and l.:>0 New Orleans 30 i in that state and in to contribute to the BIRD,
part i fur themselves The is the are requested to make
:: subscriber now at plan payment
, old JuJ Ill'16 a 1C 3 .4.-Times.COLUMBU Pope I i the
of to subscriber. Those who have
and tation, claims
Cone success its literary benevolent institu- and will with pleasurerive: all information required against
! I I tions. He had delivered address to the Eiodelphhm to tho-c wlfo wts'i' tr) pirrrliase. The plantation ,. said estate, will present them for adjustment to
It.1 Nov.. Blank 1 i will !he Mild on the premises. Nov. 3, H3-L f rl -Swl R. PARISH. AdmV.
Three absent.Me5.cen.rcr Society of the jMiama University aud ,
Bacon lb. 12 n II: B'lter 25 a 31; (V.I Urn 13 a I I Tf rums made known on the day of.saTe. :NOTICE.

14 1-4: Cf\Tn.: lniol" 75 a 37; Flour country hl 1,1 l S : Parker-Door-keeper, Brown. attended the annual Convention Teacher:; onI I WM. J. 'RHODES, Adm'r. I Si'X weeks after date, application will be made to

-:: 3fc(): tlo Northern( 9? (00; Salt in Sack 3 00; Tallow In tile\ House of Representatives, Mr. DAT of the Gth inst. On Wednesday :urevions to) I) ="OV. 1 .")t'i 1 S3-1. (ltds) With the "Willar.n'xcd.N I I f the honourable the Court for the county of JelTcr

." lb. 11. Jones was called to the Chair, and the election his death he attended a Temperance meeting I I, adilion to the former assortment of FALL- I II son, for Letters Administration on the est tl ot-

it' for officers pro ceded. : at Cincinnati, and spoke for the last time in aI: Goons!; time subscriber: has just received ptr HALSEY Nov. JOHSSOM, deceased, late of said county.

!: AUG&TA, N()\.. I. For Speaker-Glascock, of Richmonk, 118 public assembly, I; brier Host, the following GROCERIES, which '.vilibe Sth. 1834. [13-Swf A. B. SHEHEE.

.. Otion.The Majkrl continues in :'t'crv Young, of Oglethorpe. 53 His remains were conveyed to Columbus, ;-sold :-,,.v for rasii, viz : c::::> NOTICE !121!

': health: ) siilinnJ! 1 every bale that I is nllerctl lor f; salemvLKauxuuis Nine members abent. where he was buried on the evening of his: !. 200 bbls. fresh! superfiine Flour, A T the next July Tejrm of Gadsden county, the
For Clerk-Joseph Sturjjess IQS : 200 sacks Alum Salt accounts and vouchers of HENRY W. TODD administrator
: purchasers at from 1-2 to 13: 3-4 death ground -
The last
sad officeswere
RobertV.. by moonlight. I, of JOHN H. TODD, deceased late of
rents I Hi, and favorite lots hales: Conies' 57 55 bbls.! prime Pork Gads
per ; in
rlU square performed l by the Rev. Dr. Preston of I den countwlt be presented to said Court for
final
N. B.
would icadily, command: U. These arc fine pri- Jtihan 4 3,; (JO Ihs. superior Ham, a
I settlement the
Messtn cr, Brooks-Door-keeper Davis. the Episcopal Chnrch and a large CDncourseof 400 do. Western Feathers on part of said administrator. At the
consul'Tinr ,
; I HIP present!' rate of Freight to Savannafi = I tame time, the said administrator will
: which, i i.. *;:! 50! per bale Cutjon. ;'; and! to "J citizens testified their respect for his memo Rice, Goshen Butter, Cheir, Potatoes, &c. Court fr a discharge from his Administratorship apply to said: asaforesaid.

Clurlottm: '2, OU.-[Ciirnn. -- FRENCH CLAIMS.A ory by attending his funeral obsequ ies. The t I.. "' HENRY BOND. JOHN J. ADAMS,

I Correspondent of the Daily Advertiser : death of Mr Grimke will be deeply felt and Nov. 15th_(l4tf) A t'y for H. W. Todd, Administrator, <5-c.-:

::1'; MACoIL:, Nov. 0. 'thus writes: widely deplored by tho literary and religious I I STORAGE BUSINESS.: qnincy, Nov. :W, 134. T13 6m] '

The price of Cottnn: rcmtl:3teihly; and our communities of He I AD ll JSTRA TOR'S SALE.
011 up our country. was ft. :subscriber has sold his Improvements I in -
15
Anrs, Aug. 1834."Dear .
hi last qjotaiious arc well slJ aitle(1. Prime lots will scholar of accomplished manners and add finS: THE town of St. Marks, but wishes: it distinctly I WILL be sole! at public out-cry, in the City of
readily command &, Tho Chamber i is I ihassee,in front of the Court House
12 to 12 1and as hijrh as 13Sormpondinet Deputies understood bv his friends that lie has door,
eace and sincere aud unaffected The no 'sign
I
piety. influence at the hours of sal
has been on Monday the 17th
ofNo'"rnext
given J for sample l)3g.) about to adjourn without touching the subjectof of :leaving the Territory, and has rented the building day
of his the South the following TRACTS LAND
Co'.ton. name was great at or lying in the
perlh: cts. II a 121-4 claims. The Government and the sold for ",
i our) and was the Union by him the en iiiiig twelve months under I- county of Leon, viz-That tract known as the East-
becoming
Bagmg per yd cts. 2d: a 32 claimants need not deceive themselves nor be : so throffgput the expectation of putting UI;> more spacious halt of the South-west quarter of Section 34 in Township -

deceived. The French Government have not and it was an influence of the most healthy anil convenient improvements before the expiration I, one,range one, West, containing 80 acres 19-100( *
/ Iht Journal of CO/II1lI'rft'! and of the soundest charac'ter--identllil'd asIMS I of-tiie lease. Also, the West-half of the South-east quarter Section
the most remote idea of the I
LIVERPOOL, Sept. :21, 18.il. I paying money. exertions were, with great moral, religiousand JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. 8, Township Qne, range two, North and East, corf-

31cc The advices of the promisinir: ; slate of the crop I They will make a thousand professions, and literary institutions of the country. St. MarksNtw. 14th, 1834. 14if I taiuiuig SO acres and 18-00-

ofCottun! receiving by every Packet have made I if the debt could be discharged by compliments Liberal advances made on Cotton for( New Nov. th MARY FAUST, Adm'trix.
34.-13-2w
tie! Trade indifferent to their purchasers of Cotton t to the President and heartless assuran:1 IMPROVED BUSTLES.--A late London paper York. J. B. P. .ti

o! late even etjual lo their consumption which i is rances; a draft for the whole amot !. : has the following! remarks, which mnst in -- 'l1JJIJ.YISTR.iTOR'S- --- JfOTICE. NEGROES.

MJwcdb! all to have materially-increased over the be discharged as they I left. Off a/ett if artificeon 'terest our lady readers. Aii-tight bustles % LL persons hiving demands again: the estate of .fJ1.& N effective and in well dsposed: gang of NECROEI: ;

pjn year. The sales in Cotton t for the week, en- tho three- days of July. The Ministers filled _- Patrick: McGriff, deceased!, late of Gadsden Co., twenty-eight number, consisting of seven
, with wind have been introduced Men six active
LI recently prime Women and
four
jan;*. 19th inl: ant: amounts to 20,503 bag; which Florida, arc notified to prcsc-H them duly authenticated L- working;
includes SOD for( export, and :2700 on speculation.7rortjielait here are not sincere or at least indifierenUThe as substitutes for tho heavy pads formerly within the time prescribed by law, or they will be lioys, wIth eleven fine healthy arid thriving Children,

IIF three days we have had a more animated King himself is solicitous for the payment i worn hy the fair sex, they have tho double advantage I- I I forever barred ; and all! ihr se that arc indebted to the will The be sold moral at and private physical sale on character very advantageous of these terms.

and has more talants and character above estate,-are earnestly requested to come forward, Negrees.render .
demand sales 14,000 of being used air cushions where
bags: including) 4000 : as them well worthy the special notice ol
un "pct'u1atjtin auJ 500 lii' export. Prices of all\ than all put together. The Minister of Foreign hard seats are inconvenient. If filled with jnake payment MARTHA on or:MrGllIFF by the! first, day Administratrix.. January next. "ho are wishful purchasing industrious, well planters.disci-

Kinds of Short! Staple have advanced 1-3 a 1-4 per Affairs :s distinguished for his adroitnessand rarified air, in the manner of a balloon, the) AUGUSTUS H. LAMER, Administrator.Novcm plined, and acclimated slaves.

lb. within the 1 Iwo past weeks. Long Staple Cot I wli ice. He will write letters assuring will give the wearer a graceful airiness and er 6, 1331. [14tf] For further CoLH.particulars W., application may be made to

ton i every day becoming more scarce, and higher: Minister of the extraordinary interest his BRADEN, or
prices our buoyancy in walking. This is said to be one COPARTNERSHIP. E.E.LOOCKERM, Tallahassee'
arc daily obtained J, the stock being now in a.. Government feels In the subject subscribers have associated themselves in Jefferson
10 very(: small Majesty's of the secrets of Tagliflin and Celeste. If THE county,Sth Nov. 1834.-I3tf >
compass.LIVERPOOL : and that he is exceedingly gratified to I under the firm MARTIN $ HART.
find however the bustle be thus inflated care must Watches
N. &e.A
M. MARTIN
1e3at Jewelry, .
COTTON MARKET, Sept. 18.The that the illustrious President of the be taken not to extend it very much beyond i Nov-. 10, 18.tl.: -14tf WILLIAM H. HART. subscriber has

-tictzr sales Mive Fi: ithv hn:1l11ouuted* to 19,000I 1 1V. States beleives them sincere and that they its preposterous dimensions lest the wearer, : --JDMLVISTRATOR'S-' JV077CE. THE an additional just sup.ie-.

of which :;,<)KK) bai''s have been taken I!I, could not less from one of his greatwisdom should WATCHES JEWELRY .
13110:1 on specu- expect overtaken by a strong-gust oC wind suddenly 1- .4 LL persons indebted to the estate of BENJ. G. plyof : Pii.TER *-

Prices and fur export. Today's sales arclr, ) bags. and courage; but still the Chambers I, find herself careering the housetops ; ..cl\. WALKER, are requested to make immediate payment SPOONS, &c. which he offers
among
are steady> at the rat's of last week. The ar- and those demands said for sale on his reasonable -
malo arc :2 have been in session sixteen days and the and chimmey having against estate, customary
vessels from pots.
the United States 2 from will render them in, duly authenticated. terms.
Brav-l, 1 fix..in the 'Vct: Indies, and 1 trout Trieste, Ministers offer them no project of a law for WILLIAM J. RHODES, Adm'r. I FREDERICK TOWLE.Oct .
1'lIft
Lryp.ian Cotton.IMPORT the conclusien of the treaty. Ecuily Spared.-In a new raised corps, a soldier Nov. 15th 1834. ((14-8w) With 'he WilUnnexH.A : 4th, 1334. ((8tf) -

.!\Lt \. -OF.- ---- -- ---- -- "The Ministry have a decided majprity I in lately observed to his comrade, who was an Irishman ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The subscriber has employed a Watch.Makcr direct

&! I COTTON INTO MVKUI'OOL. i il't the Chambers and they will never this.R1easurc.llarl \ :; that a corporal was to be- tisinissed frointilF: :LL having demands against the estate of from England; and assures the public, that any work
t3 carry persons
Import sin 1831. regiment. "Faith aird indeed," replied :entrusted to bin in his lillC, shall bo done promptly
WILLIAM MAUR late of Gadsden ,
-H j I'I ._ my prediction we shall never county are and in the best
.. manner.: i F. T.
13 I man, "I hope it is the corporal l wlir.h.! is so troublesome hereby notified to present them without delayproper-
DLSCR11'jj. m<:Es. Sep. i1Jn'y 1Sej19 gel the money. in our company." "\\ ha t is his name?" inquired i ly authenticated to the subscriber : And persons in i % N. B. To Rent-the House formerly occupied by
Thee. M. Bradford siitable
for small
tbio to the other. "Why. arrah, dear honey, it is debted to the estate are requested to make immediate I a family.

__ I. __Sep. l9Sep._Il I From the Alexandria: Gazette Oct. 23. Corporal Punishment to be sure ?" payment. W. O. KENAN, Adm'r. BOOKS & STATIONARY.

Bas. ,1. LATEST FROM THE WEST INDIES Rocky Comfort, Gadsden county, )
Hags. Bags. fMtHE subscriber has Deceived a general assortment
(; November 8th, 1834. J 14-8w
4p Sea Island, 1 WI; a 18!) Dreadful Hurricane at Dominica. Revolutionary .lllle lotc.-At the battle of Bunker JL of BOOKS AND STATIONARY, which he offers to

ne.ercl &7Jo 11-Ho, named, \ 12 1 I > 218: ; G21237l' r By the B.rig Edward, Capt. D. E. Smith, Hill, after the Americans had retired fiom the FOR SALE, his old customers at reduced prices among which ait:
9 Upland, 7r 9J field, the British still kept up[ a random cannonading. first rate Tract of Land on the lamonia The Token for 1835 ;
. arrived this from Barbadoes whenceshe
7t4: JJ-O. & Alab'aernambuco 7 11 J at port Three Americans weary and exhausted, THAT adjoining W.W. Davies and others! containing : Affection's Gift

or 12JO: III 11 t sailed on the 5th, we have received files sat down upon the grass to tell each! other of the'.r: about 828 acre., unsurpassed in fertility of Christmas ;
Box
p.1O Maranham l3ahja&c! 10 12 '2995! of Barbadoes papers to that dale. "hair breath escapes," and to discuss withal he soil by any land in the Territory. For terms, <$-ctthich ; ..
101 11 will be made to the purchaser-Apply to I The late Novels,
.a The Islands generally continued quiet but conteuts of their cantecns."TIllie thus regaling easy I
Egyptian, Ii I 0 15 50') 4421 the laborers and not inclined to themselves they were thrown into great consternation J. S. BURNEY, Augusta, Geo. And a great variety of
elllcra ra, J 1 0 0 1 were very lazy Oet.1834.
22d (12-10)
Aairusta, ) and Miscellaneous Works
53 5 t Iii GU5o Standard
West I ball which struck the ;
India, & 7 10; I Work when they could avoid it. by a cannon : ground -
elf and Blank of
Schc ol Boqks, description
East India, j\I 61 71 I within a J yards of where they were Citing; FANCY STORE. every ;
__ of fine
Jldon __, These papers give us an account a most Rogers Extra Pen-Knives ;
of the to their feet in an Instant BERRY respectfully informsjtho Ladies of ,
;49. I II. I dreadful hurricane which occurred on the nightof two men sprung MRS. that she has received atI her Ink Quills,Paper, Tape, Sealing-Wax,
---.--------- e I :J70 ; 731782cr and attempted to find some other place of_security le Florida just : Ptdcet Globes for Children, $-c. 4C. _
Jut At the 20th September on the Island of Domi third facetious character the residence in Tallahassee,a general assortment ot .iu 11- .
; \'herethe a hy The subscriber also informs the public, that hia CIECDLATINO _
; ,held! nt eejng the uf the citizens of the town of Q.uin- nica. The works on two thirds of the princi- I name of Smith from Gilmanton N. H. placed his I linary and Fancy Goods and intends importing regularly LI RUT is now open, and any one can be
line.
Cuurl'hf fashions in her
:ur.t kh October >use on Thursday evening, pal Sugar Estates were levelled to the ground seat of honor upon the exact spot where the ball. the latest coloured Gro de coloured Satins come a subscriber on complying with the terms.
1831, for tIle' of entering intorcspectin On hand: Naples, >,
purpose WILLIAMCourUHouse WILSON
of. teliolutions the canes blown flat to the earth and in muny struck, and looking up in the direction from Florence and Chambiays; Marino, Cloth and Circas
.-, the death of their friend and | November 1st, 1834 12-tf
fed fenow.citizen Cot. instances buried in the mud and blown from whence it came, with no apparent concern said sians ; Fancy Bull dresses ; Crap Shawls and Hand

On H. F. YONGE.I the soil of above "Boo Shoot away and be d-d, you can't hit twice kerchiefs, Long Lawn ; Diaper ; Linens and Linen for Leon County.
:ex- motion: description provisions
ltappmptcd was agreed that IL H. M. DAOIPSOS, ; every in Cambrick Handkerchiefs Corsets, Hosiery and Perfumery
:sq.be and the face one place.Ollmuleon. ______ ; undersigned Commissioners for the County
Chairman, and ISAAC R. ILutitis, ground completely swept away -All of which she will sell very low for cash or THE Jieon, will receive sealed Proposals uhHI! the
8eretary. of the which exhibited before the ut- !
country credit. Nov. 15th 1834- (14-3w.)
ot December for the erection ot COURTHOUSE
1st
It expected at St. Marks next, a
tore> m *'aS then Resolved, That Dr. Malone, Dr. Nix- most luxuriance of vegetation changed to'thg Daily THE new and superior copperfastenedBrig Sale of Lots in the County Quarter.ON for seid County. The Contractor fumtihinall

Jtlf&oP J Msr5. J. R. Chapman, and E. H. Muse, be a"uoittee appearance of a general conflagtation having ..1TJNOCapt. LI.THROP, from New Saturday the 15th November next, we shall the materials, which must be of good quality, and

let to draft Resolu'ions! ; 'vho, aficr retiring a passed over it. There are not 50,000 feet York, and will have immediate despatch.For to the highest bidder, the LOTS in the North must and when stipulate the at what will lime be the work will commen

moments, reported as follows: lumber on the Island, nor 100,000 shingles. freight-or passage, havin.go.d accommodations, half of the County duarter. A credit of three six, A plan of the same Building and completed.nil other information .
necessary
t or WHEREAS, It Lath pleased the Almighty Disposer I Every vessel that was in the reads at apply to KERR 8f STURGES.N. nine, and twelve months will be given--:the purchaser ; can be had by application to either of tho
liethe events to B.-Insurance can be effected low by this vessel. giving notes with approved security, bearing legal *
terminate the mortal career of our friend time shared the fate the undersigned Commissioners. / .
lAd feUow-Citizen the same viz: sloops Nov. 15th.- interest from dute.: A plan of the Lets can be seen, /
Colonel HENRY F. YONGE-and and small from I4tavN which be wanted will BEN HAIREd, 1
ft "htreu it is Dolphin Antelope, a sloop 6 T LC E and any other information may JAS. S. LINN, >
both
-, PUMICIour proper and becoming to express Montserrat. An American schooer was driven I; EO. H. LINDENBERGER (New Store) has be given-by application- to- either of the subscribers. RO. J. HACKLEY, >
BEN CHAIRES
11" respect for departed worth: shore bottom the south end of G offers for and > Commissioners for Leon
Be 11 resolved ;' on up_eu just received and sale, a large JAS. S. LINN, \ County.
Qiti1, and That the citizens of the town of I the Island opposite to Martinique. The .Dicers recerai assortment of Shoes, consisting of Ladies', RO. J. HACKLEY, J Tallahassee, Oct. 28, 1834. [I8tf] _
the friends of the deceased Shoes. Aria offers :for
generally, Gentlemena' and Cliildren'a ,
L'hiIe they bow in silent resignation to the decrees Barrack* odd Hospital at Morn Bruce 'so.le. 50 bushel, Irish Potatoes, 500 bunches Onions, Commissioners 12tds for Leon County. ROBINSON'S:: F 0 R M S.for.
? Tallahassee Oct. 23h: : 1834. [ ]
blown down and those in ,
standing
lOvi4Glc.e) are mostly 50 bbls. :Mullets at the lowest cash pricesor most .
deeply deplore the melancholy event Sale his Office
sale is until i at *
"hi N. B. The above postponed Saturday I IthG
5 such delapihated state ai to make tbemun- kinds of country product
occuionct\ present meeting; and that a d'inlw-iov.1i 1. g. J. H.I I
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NOTICLT ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE FRESH. IKftUfiS WINES, gains; ,Bargains !I. lots .Bargains i I ADMn."ISTR iviek. ". .ToUII. :,j C'.t; ..

t Baltimore six rom ppu i W : t
TIE Law partnership formerly existing;between CASTOR OIL, QUIJY7JVJ3. Surgical Instruments, .$c. .v-A. .rST for rcceivwf'per sale Jow for brig cash Gertrude, a general from assortment, : e Judge of uicxoan ty COIrt'C iri .

John P. Booth and James D. West ott Jr. hath Also the celebrated. "RED LXKIUENT" for Rheumatism HAVE just received a full supply .01! fresh GROCERIES, consisting of Florida, at TallahaMee, by W I1.LUK J"L__. __

; oeen dissolved by agreement.March. &.c. 60 cts. bottle. 1 Medicines and Chemicals. Pure this Letters Administration, with the Wni .q
Drugs Fresh
Flour
; ( year's )
1834.- JANK'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM," an excellent.Medi crop i the estate Benjamin G.Walker J .
cine in colic, bowel complaints, &c. 50 cts. bottle. PORT, MADEIRA & MUSCJTELLE WIXE, Bacon and Sides, New Orleans Sugar, Sept. 26, 1834. (7-w) _

c A CARD.H3"JAWEsD. "Dr.ST008E INFANT DROPS" for bowel complaints o in bottles, imported specially for the use of the Pickled Herring, Rice, Soap, Liquors, <$c.

WESTCOTT JCNIOR declined a continuance in children, 25cts. bottle. sick.Veigand & Snowden's superior AMPUTATING GEO. H. LINDENBERGER.1st .
; the office of S crtryo Florida,nn TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECTING 1834. 8tf a
td U. S Attorney for the Middle District,chiefly that he might WATER 5 M cts. each. and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. October, [ .]. _- oTc
,
: devote his tine titltufntf and unremittingly to the practice oft #
the Law; and be informs bls.frif'n'i, in Florida and ..Ieewhetr.II Do. Itch Ointment, 37 per box.D"o. STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and In the County Court of.Leon County Florida. l

that all business entruntcd to him in the Court of Appeals, in Worm T.a & Salve, 25 cts. each. Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, Sec EDWARD LOOCKERMAK, ) .
any of the Colin!of the MiiMl* Hisinct or in thc Superior Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts. bottle. HERBS from the $1.
V-mrti of Jackson and Franklin <%o;'ntics in Wont Florida or An assortment of DRIED ts. > Assumpsit. 4
1 tf Dccatur and Thomas Countic Osorgia, will receive the -ALSO- Shakers=among *jluch are Lemon Balm, Catnep, EDWARD BARNWELL, ) \S .ft
bout punctual and "F"i tf'toiu attf'l\\lun, THE ROACH BED-BuG BANE," which offers an Mint Sweet Majoram, Savory, defendcnt J all others concerned herein, = :
Hysop, Sage, an =
Roaches and
: Tallahassee Mav. U II. effectual means clearinghouses, &c. of THE
been sued
has
Thyme, Cellery, &c. notified that an A TT ACllME T I _
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Bed-Bugs. LIME JUICE and LEMON SYRUP. out of the Office of the Clerk ot the said Court, and _,
'I Thermometers
: IX weeks make to Sacherometcrs, Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers, -
afterdate, I shall application INDIA CURRY. they are required to appear and plead to the declaration '
) the Judrc of the County Court of Jackson countyfor with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS, SPICES of every kind-Genuine : conformably with the statute.EDWARD _
Letters ri A lminislrati on tile estate of JOHN G. Sec just received by E. B. PERKINS, English, French"nnd Prentis's Soaps and Per- : CHANDLER, I

SMITH, deemed, late of said county. Oct. 4, 1834. [8-6m] Druggist.CENTRAL fumerIrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. J.1 I:'- Oct. W 18.1-J.-|aw3m For Plaintiff. 4F. __ > 0
G. RANEY. nard & celebrated INK and INK PQWDER-
Ol.f. 5Lh. 1S31 n-Cw> DAVlD Noye's _ .I
BANK OF FLORIDA, t THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, &c. NOTICE. Ia
.
NOTICE. October 21st, 1834. 5 E. B. PERKINS. : will bo made by the subscriber -

: Q IX weeks after dat:. .Tpjdication will be made to THE Board of Directors of this institution, have Tallahassee, July 9lh, 1834. [48tf] I APPLICATION ) to the Honorable the Judgeof agunsllass t1r dam

: the Judge of the C'UHICourt of Gadsdrn county day declared a Devidcnd of five pcrcentum ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. the County Court of Leon County, for Letters of INSURANCE tht! mosl f.tvorable te by pRE

for Letters of Admil1i tf lion on the estate of PATRICK on the amount of Capital paid in, AH- the half year claims the estate of Admif.istration on the estate of NATHAN BTHD, deceased action the Subscriber, agcntof the terms, on a
having against
McGnipr, dccca cd, hte of said county. ending the 31st inst. payable to the Stockholders. or ALL persons HARLEY, deceased, are hereby notified to late of said County. ranee company, Hartford Connection Prot IneY't1ncQ.
'. IARTHA McGRIFP. their legal Representatives, on or after the 1st of November Administrators within R. PARISH.Mickasooky plication the lair Cash value-ofthc
their demands to the mrr V"
AUGUSTUS H. LANIER. ensuing. L. A. THOMPSON, Cash'r.Oct. present two years, or the same will be forever barred. Lake, Sept 19th, 1531. ((7-Sw.) stated, and satisfactory evidence, fllrnishedort.h property '
JJ net, 1 'U. f9-Gw) 25. H-6w -S
rectncss of the Iat
JOSEPH HARLEY, ) Adm'rs of James representation, and tJ1Ccod

: Tax Collector's! Srie.O JOSEPH F. C. HARLEY, \ IJad ydec'd. PROCLAMATION character of the applicant.! The Solvency fLheo
iiiJtoilin Monticello i Jefferson ,
county BY and its fairness and
f ",<' -!-hir I S.\Mir.''a7 :in Oernnbrrncxt T *..m of. LODGED ay the 21st instant, n run away Negro Tallahassee, Sept.29, 1834. (S.8w) GEORGE WALKER icd] on.T.illahnsscc.. punctuality. may E. B.be ( tomlyFa

f" for MI*.? l vfore( the Court: t House. d""f in the Man, who says his name is ISAAC, and that he belongs NOTICE.IX j. 22.1 S31. .PERKI "S

town of Vina j 'c J.icqji'" con'. Fl'). fi-ijivic'i of ; to John Miller of Madison county, Florida. Isaacis SccJ'claJ'yand acting Governcr of Florida. 27 udJ
weeks after date will be made to
the q,,r"'r s-rti:"> i i.f Lxr Umwn a; ih<* Northwest about 30( or 35 years of age, dark complected-some k. the Hon. the County, application Court for the County of I' it has been represented tome, that TO THE PUBLIC -

fourth of)f cor"s-n; :v>. 15, township !O. 5. ranj-o No. little touched with the rhcumalick pains-about5 feet Leon for Letters of Administration on the Estate of WHEREAS ro man, the property of Joseph HE following Certicatc from Il.A.
I- Greene _
J 1. oe will'be i-vfTicJpii' t'h.tio-fy die amount "f EFzurLctmp's I 10 or 11 inches high-wears a round eoat. The own- GRAXDISON GLOVER, deceased. B. Watts, of the county of Jef cr.son, is guilty of the Secretary to his Excellency William Lnrn'Eq. 1-
axcs! !>. In" lw' -. Th abi" ,vfi land er is requested f come forward, property, TOM .
yea1. prove pay WM. P. CRAIG. murder of a negro man named the property of Governor of the State ofGeoai:1 i3fcrefit. t:1l ,
Ivil1r. and !5'e'nc near toe v. lifT'.fW.r7dnd 0hih1! tini expenses, and take him away.THOlAS October' I IPlb, 1 34. 110-Gwl :01. A. Bellamy, of said County, l by stabbing him on of those afflicttd 'itll m
l hr the I ui.is (.f Jt', s 1'. .Vnchab and the HARDYMAN, Sh'ff. the night of the second of September, of the present DYSPEPSIA. .
hud of the estate of Will' Soft.
Kf cdI year, and that the said negro man has fled from jus- : "A servant girl of iiinc, who lud for M.
Liil1'\ .f.,3m) tcteral
claimed by Elizvr !)
tice laboured under
FOR : a D'jspepsie and Liter
A NEGRO SALE Affect,
,
A I fin'- JVC-IP in of law I do hereby offer whose life had pubr1TTO
,
therefore, pursuance i I dispiwed' } of after the
'y .1,. : .. 4 ."m\h i.. Marc 1H'XL ,.m.1.1 I .1f.. 1r1LONGING' to the estate of FRED. SIMPSON, New Store, Monroe-st. a reward of Two HUNDRED DOLLARS, for his apprehension I physicians to relieve her, was successfully trial of Tel'il

O J'4 1 <*.;;* ..i!It N' 'n'r. .:' .::1" C'll'l.f'I' :. :1I.. f'1 .ii-J lf ceased--He is a likely fellow, and if no sol:' ./\ext door to R. J. Hacklcy's Auction Store.G and safe delivery in any jail in the Huddle I Doct. PKTCHS of this [.l2cP, ((Millodgevil trcatcdb) )
:, l.AXn io\vu ni th, : : riY. 1 q1trI4r! ,section Tc jH'1.I lv, I shall pr.lhim up to the highest bidder 01. District of Florida. coi.iidcr 1mclIlly billed In these "horn 'S.
2, towr.fhip Nn. 4ian, 10. X. nnJ W.jxs '\ 'I I! l f ;:11ii.- st ','..iy 7an'y nest. R. J. 11ACKLEY. -''CO.: IJ. LIND EN B ERG ER gives notice tha And I do hereby enjoin all Magistrates an Peace "R. A.compian
: he has received schooner Ciilerion of Balliinor (JREFNP
suffici.nl hc fCt-t.-r: j r.i 'i!..,;d ." 0. I. 1, |Stf] nor in the uf the *
to satisfy ai'i'--rni _ _ _ Officers, to vigilant apprehension accused %l ihlcdrcvihlc. Geo. June, 1831." .
:\ general and Complete assrtTii''ut of GOODS ,' "
'ihs-'w i.n .
Go's.taxss fOI'i.1':11') !N! ; wM- and in bringing him to justice. It h
0 I" ICE.
N ;iin of Goods Hardware CIina: and GlassWare
bein DnJ Jvjn; ::1)\1 0 t Y'l'' nfChip,: \, HI"I.HI.i.l; i".tii Dry BEN is a negro man about five feet hih, black compkxiun to my care as try .tr
A T.L .-, -'-/1" .uv ''ujfby notified, that the undcriUu1 R-.rtc-s: lints, Groceries and I Provisions fee. COl\DHTTED runaways, tiree '
jby the lands of Amos 1 n.\-Ie1",1 .v-lin: Dr.*'i;?, :\I J ; : defect in one hip, and eighteen I II who R! :
a slight years say they an?free
4.-- I..wii'crairix of DA\ID JOHNSON, l.\ic I eel er mnfidcncc in inviting the attention? of tin: I but hate conSi
daimed by said C \.- t'r ''!ranI.1nll; 5C" I 110 papers to hat effect they cai
;
1* ti wn1T;:. i>( t Hic'm ry of .i-oii: d Ie'('flSC I, intends ..t the next citizens ai d ecu miry t i i in general to'this establishment age. i.themselvesWUMTI -
T1LC. 1.T"X Given under hand at Talla'hassec. this : Jones, Jchn Jt-hnson, and
; Jad.wl1 Sj :i.i (IMIIT.I; ; : ] iVjmoi'the County Court of sai.JCtii.ty :11 I 'ini "((I rll1in.t! to make every exertion to supply my Chrisioper Ciatrle
for Count.
CoMoc.ti'r 14th of October 131.lGiv they are between 20 and 20 of
I to fettle ".!4 e neeoui.t of her ad.ir.nistration: all win. may fa'oul'me with Ihcir, custom with first rale day years agp,0{ very dT
Marianna Mih 1 -14- r t- m! COfllICxiOfl-JOflCS[ IS about! 5 feet
: tI'pt
i GEORGE K. VALKER.uf 6 inches
-- uiid j.jo-ai-c liar dis'tii-SKxinn-l;: ) 1i! c'.iIrgc i.ssuch.S.pi. articl-o, and! nt. such prices as cannot fail to {rive petf' ( ] hu j !h-
Johnson is about 5 feet 4 inches hili
t 1iOT4'r'ii&i'rEL. In, !j,41. ((fif: ) ;1ji.JOhNSON, Adm'v.! ,': : satisfaction to all I who I have reasonable expectations NOTICE.IX twcen his eyes-Chambers :s about G,feet bsastar&T. .
Ii"h
-- 'I'aII5cr' At1 .. fl, IR14. r F5 2tfJ |
in successful] : stout made all \ .
The above ebtablis'uncnt bavin* 'ern : They are likely- '
they
AD.N1S rR.\TOii'j NOTICE.A .
wcqlcs after date, the subscriber will apply to : s-\y th
opperation for ci:'itecn,: months i is now in compltMcorder C'J.HJUjSS10.V.1..V'/ STORAGE BUSINESS.ii'scilbf : S landed on the Eastern! coast of Florida in ,'
the Jud eof the Court of Gadsden .1I1g'18t''
T the ext Juiuury term of the Court County county
of Ladies and Gcn'le-: County p. TI E > : : the L..t in .. '..\Il boat. The
: for ti I e nccoin nod:ttiuii r .jvnir purchased and Ei: o t\ ncrs ?ic rcqac-st ta
I fiL for the County of Gall d.'I the u ; .) r w; t for Letters Administration on the estate of the late cone S>r-
: men viti11g the ci'v, cither on business or for pica- ,rcH -lllis vouchers, &c. to ':.Iaid Court for scttleui JL?: nuilnj.rrs lai 'y occupied! by A. Crane, Esq. tenS lIEN RT MASIIBURK of said coun'v.WILLIAM. ward, prove property, pay eApeiis.. :*. and! .-kct j t1.11l
: sure. In .:-,n'iJeji'itlll of llie present ; tate of the I'I'S his set vi:-.cs ;v. :: Ilinic--1 forwarding, and storing of away. LKU'Ic, F. UlSACKEli .
II money m.iikct, PrujM-ictor )Ins educed his prices iii, and ihcrcuiion jny to he discharged fioin :hcAtllIl1lli.lI'ltor.hillllf Cut1. n :i.nd'tlo' ." n Warchou.NC on the same lot FORBES. Sheriff of?kl.-.nroc B-rli,
\ uiccsfnv.j .f Ivlmund Gilchrist., Gadsden Oct 3d, 1834. [D-G\v) county .
county
t (fboard to the fcnving;' rates, yiz : \\ill I t in c.-MMlctei, : about I the I loihSejiU-mbcr t and from Key West, June 13: 1S34. f IdCnVDE ] '
Juno 27 1S3J. -i7-tm; JAS. M. GILCHU1ST.
::1 Gentlemen o -c'spvinJoub'e: bedded or Com ( ) -- its :ratioii found to be comparatively secure fror NOTICE. -

! pany Roomr. par diy each SI 00 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Iii c. Liberal ad\'aiiccs rn .de on Cotton shipped. :
IX months after date, I will apply to the hnnorablc -
Tho1 o oc-npviur Single ll-jom, per day, W. C. MILLER. T
. ; the next .January term of the County .
of the Court
Gadsden
1 :5f Judge County county -
4T
c3.11' '\I1 !, stt.1 1331.
; U" ((2-tf.)
f Ladies and Gen'lcmcn, dining at Hue Ladies lor the County of Gadsden, I will present Rcfrrwce for a discharge from the Administratorship of the

i I- Table, per d -v. each 1 25 IlIV" voucli'TS, &C. to I the siid: Court forsctlloincm 'I. M/VKn, I"-q. Tnlbhabsec] and c tate of Sarah Mashborn, deceased. I

I' Meals seT,'- .1 , each extra r'0Prirn'c the Adininistratoishlp: of the estate of THOMAS S. .--.- county. June 24, 1S3 I. .J(-1111; ]

; P.1rlIn! extra each 1 Ot'Thr :tEIO, Into of said! couiitv, decei'l. NOTICE. Ac'

Propri tur, returns his sincere acknovrledsznan ".J PH'IcllIUJE! A LL jK-rsmis er t' rued, will take notice, th.lt\ PLANTERS' HuTEL. teats,

"jr tl,<" r.-*:v evtensiv natrona! je l-e has received .July 10\h\! 1834. jl.S-tf.l) J&. pn 1-011: h;:s tins; day bcii fill 'f! in the office: of ember
:'t his o tn'-1 \-i.vnt: rud pVl-? him "lf Ihat110lhin __:! the Ci": L .f tic Superior; Cotir of Leon coun'y, for THE subscibcr taken the Pi.\XTEr.b' !OTJL.

g nlrirl.! f the heirs takes thisopportunity im'jrrninghis friends !rltIf and sold wholesale allll! Ke- Al
w .'.ed, 't C'IJJ'hna';' n (si( 1)p.t 1iiii's, w,1 r .f 4 i ;-J .'. .. .id adniii.'str 'rx; f rI:lto laie: John V G\I" Y. to CXI and the public that his uorsr will he open for their reception .1. .- < ti'd SIJ
comfort ho-c Wili may in future favor I 't"l"4. ? _""': ol '' : f'lIie a trust (i.. 'Lr! '' by the late Thomas! lli-ir, by on the 1st of March I81.: taI! in Frederick county. 3I!. Lv C. Herstcn l'krrodr
Jj.C1'r '. Stf Kl DnA R M. MOORE.DOCTOR concerned j in the Patent with; iff. Judktns.
hjm with a i u 7IG". Si'j f:; ;, dcf-d bearing ilr.ti- Mi Sco'ember, I IBHO to secure the !
c'fl'URS i -\ .. The abovGj Ointment is o lie red to the
FOR M ?ALS. .t-\ ; -- payment of iiduLt uuc T.> "Bdion { Emory." public t
Breakfast fr-ai 71)1)) I Tea, from ill' 9 : \: .-.'f.t.rJ')..: <:' ';'' 'I',:) rmVAUD CIIANDLKII, J. EDWIN STEWART, ?atc and certain remedy for iho"e obstinate disea.-C: Joe

Dinner d.. 1- to I f Svpjier do 9 to 1J I ......' G l _.'N 1 { A'i. I 13: 1 Ifi'SJ.; [ 1-\ .iJ] for Pjlui D'crs. I RESPECTFULLY orters his professional s'jmc of whIch have so IOlg ba!!'- the skill of meJiczscieucn.
,'-.r. TaIihassee! : and vicinity asa .
-
noons XFIER cj.on.STEPHEN
HOLT. .4 SALEH-Thesubscrihedt.\'il Ior.i- I l-coI7tPTIoiCURE practitioner, of medicine. His (J1Ce is on J c Tel:on 1st White Swplling'of every description. Ja

NEW YORK June C5ih 18':*I. [r 3 1FL'iRWJ -TA-ii-d. himself i 1i; Tal1aht""l, proposes to do a gcn- st flex: rlo, to \l.. Perkins' drug btore.Talliyor 2-.r .'-ore Legs and Ulcers of long standing.
,
,
: ? Nt.v L'3d 1833' 15tf ::.1 fJcfiirrn.-'or Glandular Tumours particularlyIhiosfi ;
CII\I"11 ni.=s"um !business, regular sale dayr, Tu'j.id.iy !). '
LJb J) FOR SIJLI-J.: and Saturday. f DE LA Morion A COLUMBIAN VEGETABLES !I'U hardened tunif-rin i women's:Jreasts whicbl ftc Jo
.it4f/1 IiriIe,4 terminate in ulcerated! cancers.ltl .
lie -\ ;ill also attend to.ulmmistrator andothcr'nlcsin
uu'Jp -signed: having pa-chased of General :rIFl C. .
rlE the cv.nty. ROBERT J HACKLIiY.Manh23d 4. < ; Felons or what! som people know by the nan
'
'', the township of land in "ri.1\gran. : 1S33.: 3iif: 1T 3 the most valmMt! : ninedy cei discovered for :br r,1 : : ..' Catanhs of every description. Prlread"

ted to him hhc. Congress of the ITnivc Slates, ofTei N. I B. Instruments of writ.njr executed with n. nt- A 'he euro of f-jiigti, Colds, C,:!'.' mph.lZ. ..7iiafipiHinz I .r th! Uhpurnatic Pains of the joints.

live sin for :-ac.! IW..S fun! tlr".patrii, by U. J. TIAOKLFY.VSPEPSIA of It'.ocJ! and all ditcase t.f r tiie /J/rcif and 1 I Gin Sprains and Hruisi-s of every description orm T--
Thishiv'ssituntcd in tli3 i-nmediate ncizhbour- _
-- 1411:11. Prepared by J. BOY>, 1'iiiLuklpiiia.! It '. -.-- 1 whatever part sit unto.
hoot1 of Ti:'"-nhassrc. anJ i is bc'iev-cd, for ferlility! of n AND I IVER-COMPLAIN P.-- romp )scs the disturbed nerves, fives stren1tu to the : ; 7th :Tritersof all kind.In this corupliint: : tiie pa

eoiiiij UK1 1 aJr.anUTos: ;, '.) be more valuable than JtN;{ Dr. J. P. PI.TCK-, Pt-'usoref P/ Any (.' tnll in the t.--itctl'y. dcizt, who, C-- sev.-nl yen*, Itt: dc.vnted his fii'irc Bill of Directions acronipanyhiiarh bottle of the out of wafer8lh -

The So itr.vc! 'iem part of Micjownshipndjoins the attention the treit!l1(..t 0;' chri'.iic or inveterateJis- Specific, 11);nting out in a moist cons:tii-nons! in-inner i: Chilblains, or parts affected by fro>!. icr.llies.

city of 1I.\hl\.cl'; !P, fr>m nliich point to the shipping cis.'s, has: stuvaedcd, byhci.iical! analyois and >\I'n. a!! the sympturnsin their ilitTer : .stages of the disease It is: also one of the liost remedies for Barns and -

port / St. !\I i. ks, a distance; of about twenty miles, thesis, in fiinm.'p a en- ;';inaion:; from several pr.'xi.I and :):directinnsnsrx.'clmgthe: treatment while ; Scalds. It eases the pain and draws tIlt fire( out ill a Sept

H rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short I mate rarctalh l princip'.c-f.'! to v. hich lie has given the usinp;;; it, together with many well authenticated certificates short time. scnf

time. I name 1\} licille Stoinaclncac et Ilepaticnc ; wjiicl; has of cures, etc. For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular! befoT
Th navigation: ot the St. Marks rivet has been rr- : proved far more efficient than Jicrctoforc I In of the and demana -
-iny remedy consequence great; increasing I Swellings, it is superior to any rredicine yet known to for :
rcntly iiioroved, to a point within six miles of the discovered, in curing th-j:e distressing maladies] of fur this specific, the proprietor i is cu.iblcd to reduce the A FITLL supply of Landreths surcrior garden, I the medical faculty It is much safer than mercansi t.

Bout! .""\ro narl of: the township, which will afford) iniiA and body, which are generally comprehcnde mder piif-e; to 75 cents per bottle,tSercby! enabling it to come herb and iluwtr ccds"iu&t received'-uid 'varu-nted t of any prej.artiun, of that material,) because itdocs niatlfiilci..

jiaviga'ion t'jrachcap and certain transportation of, iho swi '-.ing; terms DITSPCPSIA aiul Livcn-C tii.A'Tilt wit!.in the reach of :dl persons fresh ; by l LLB. PLRKLNS. not lay the patient liable to injury from expose tucoK1. han
produce.Tlvslwl. i i-1 likewise almost certain for October 29th ] tf.
an cure tilKir Dr. On A P.MAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. .
vil! !, "oM in suit those w.sh- fort:
to
? parcels
emcntof he! SILEES.Anionij .
These Pills have been This Ointment haa cured of stand!
successfully used by thousands sores jnany years
>ng 11 ; isr.'h4sp. on' a credit fr sym'.t nis Dyspcpsiaand no .v.fND'TON heal the
who can (testify to thyir; superior cfiicacy (over ang.Vhcw it i is impossible; or imprudent to
fit rca"onahl'I hin to purchase will .
plaints, arc flatulency, sourness or burning in the sloniadi many other r ;)ic.lit& 1)11illl'e) for thc cure of Dys- external! pore, in coisfnueiice of the hone becoming Il
rriake application to ci'hcr' of the undersigned rnclauflioly, irritability, di-jae'cesblcfisie inlhf ;priwia in :till i complicated;, !: timus they iivertrcn th 1 C MIXTURE. carl .us or rotten it will.top thr progress oftliecane.increa.se .
\\ JLL1 \"1 H. NttTTALL ;
mi.uth ; great im-gulariiy of appetitf, vhh i is -.me- dehilitntcd! FULL of this the of the remove the! of-
f valuable
nr."1'f 11 \V. BtA DEN I tc > \ iiryaiis digestion! ; rcpiir tIlt appc- A SUpy medicine i is jest.received. quantity discharge,
voracious other times ,
times anil at iTcatiy .lCiCfltthirst ; t.it,:,removes nausea and sickness of I ihe stomach, j shall ucrea-lcr: have itcoustar.llyon luiipive Kmcll, and easo the r,airi.
WILLIAM P.
CRAIG.. i fdi.1! bnaih, nausea, weakness of the stoutth't11id : hi'nal costivcnes>, Is..adadpa1pi atiol1 of the & .l1a-1, hand.: It cures the worst Felons Whitlows: on anapph!
Tall'tlia'. November: i ii'3:. I I5tftSngJsia
I: oruris'W'is, paljiitationdrowsinesss, i-rcgularity nnd many: other nervous ajfc"tjoH They contain no I j IT IN WAURAXTF-D TO CE A SAFE AND KFrEC/OAL cation of 48 hours. 1Jar
;:ZTD rhr Slfr"IId: a, ,-t'iifl 1arll"to:1 .1Tetrluy; I: f l"if" bowels on the stomach after meals
<> jirr-ssnrc Rheumatism which hive stoo.1 to become
Mercury, nor do the j-icken: the s:'nach, they arc a I RF.Mr.iJlior. FEvErS AXI Acus, IF TAKEN Af.r.EKAELE st long as
Cn'I4,' {!ir'1lif. Soul"*'' ni RtcorJtr, Milla:je- pain .MI the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confuiioa of mild} and safe cathartic : thtv} is no restricliin in diet j inr TO nir.ECTioN.s.. Hcpo; ts having been cu-cuitucd a systematic disorder. requires medicine be taken twardly 1st
,'iII-, Gc-jrri.; % R'b'QilllL1l"l'duran,1: Star, RaleijrhIN. mind, aMr-ndeo with the loss of memory, a gnawiuf j, this them in most commoi
drink or exposure to wet o/- e.IJ"llil( using '.!:rn.Uil : that mixture contains aisenic, I am directed by to -CIPOVC entirely. But 2J )
C. wij; J.tI' : I ih'.*. abj-.o. for ekhtwccls and 1''i- in III'' s'.nmach when chilliness alTi-clion
,
; : empty Omlme'iil: directed
of directions vill accompany each box of Piil-., he Pioprietor to say that tlu 'e r.ports1'1 utterly fclac.mil eases applying this externally as I E
aid thei. ."(.IIl1ts hltl.i ;.flicc. sight i aiui hcar'n; ?, piin and weakness in the I nek which: will fully exphin thtir efTecls.Frw -. I am also authorised to> offer Rcicard of 1 10Oi ,_ I it will give relief And even in old! people, whupaiinhavc !

TAilF. tOP81AXr COMMISSION lU'fe- 1., l.iM"nor, disturbed s lcei| cold feet and hands, trfinor.imcaHiT'ss the well! knjr.-n reputation nf tncse Pills Ai >0, /> .Uars to any one who will :nroine exi"tenc' I been of longer standing: it will easeUpin. 3dr

# ? :S1': A PAL.CIIJCOL.ELORlnA & ill the throat, caugh, pain in the side 01 many: years, the prop/ielor (J. 1JOVP, Philadelphia! ) of the least p..rtid'; (,I' Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, oJ.1 14lr:

The \.scrihcrfIia\.t; :. asro'i.i'ed: ilif iut'v' stojrctli br a.t, deems it unnecessary to give any further detail of or any other poisinous ingre 'il'llf in it. To ica captains aria masters of vessels this ointment
The aLoe m-dadifs; lead to organic afTections'of llu'stomach them. A fresh has been roceiu-d! for In order to from must be valuable in winter on our coast it bew!
er under the sulu and fil'or I-'OIH) & II AH DIN, supply and sale! p/cvont imposiiion counterfeits, no very
purrtranartm? a. (tnt'r.1! WJRE HOUSE aid liver, ard ltc.Lr!, terininttin; tn DropsyCon- I by appointment by [E. U. PERKINS.Tallahassee persons except anthotis.ru agents will 'be furnished by very certain in Its effects on Chilblains or parts a JectM i.oI 1

CO.V"f1Sol 9.Jinsin'ss -if +1palKchrola.: llavinyjni i I: sump'ion, Apoplexy,&c.according to the climate, habits :Nov 23d I .itfSal the Proprietor witli the mixture to sell again. I amsoli with frost it like wise ptes yes its qualities in audi .
a c fc-jx, and fempcratmnt of the
patient.
) : ; H_ :e. suilablamti ijmcnjs with !e"CI' .1 'vci.cs f. : am assured by ;M.
'l Prepared by J P. PETERS, M. D., Slillc.dgcvilleInvestor r', C'j'fo'i la7 Pig Bile llnpc and Tirinc. r.owi...d that A of tctir.., the value of thmost ocliv
the- direct trxiiinsrlctiort of Cotton Jcc. ciihcr t--' New au'l .ole (>: \ccpr a srnall lot sold to Mr. Ecclcs! ,) large mass \\ proving
V'rk or N uw *rii-ati* ; and having facilifi'r at al!: pnmnctor. KERR f< STURGFS OFFEIl FOIl SALE, I j I not a single !bi.tlJe! has bcf n or will bo sent, or sold by pxccllcnt! medicine will be shewn to those who!

trlevithin! 'ieir oowor II) make rcasonalle .tJvanm Ts1izonii1s.-Nunterous tertificntes might be nd. : SACKS Liverpool iround Salt in j him, to any person in Middle. F'1oridexcept to me : wish rUI th'r i information on applicalion to Dr Hen
up''ii jiradrce consigned I liithcircarcandmTi: ?*'. inent.j dun d l relative to the extraordinary cures pcrformec
they v.-ond! respectfully; !'-');el' their:: eervict-s and solicit by using these medicines; but the following arc though! ; KoiC'Jiiirs, it must hare bee. in some of llie spurious ill;i- I The above medicine sob! by special appointment GLJ
a <:>--ral TJ r'ma'e in the above line of business sufficient 10 safufj the minds of the most skeptical : 15C 'ece.s 41 inch Dundee Baogin ; tatinns. All persons therefore, 1:0) wish the genuine I the patentee and warranted aenuine.K. I

ple4rjn th1r 1Jrt": o'Kr/hiv! indivijua 3't r.tlon to ali From Dr. J.:+iies Ewell, Author of the Medical Cot.ipan- 100 ',nils Bale Hope* Tunic, Mixture.! -should be can timis of whom they purchase B. PERKINS.DnuGG3T.

usinesscou :;nu'' "o II lz' tit, cither f n aalc or other- ion, or Fdlnily Physician. 250 IJjs. be.st English} Baleiri"! Twine. it: My label will be on every bottle sold: by me: Tallahassee.. February 2-Iih 1831: 21tf.-

vI5e. NCW-ORI.EANS, Dec. 20th 1831. Tallalu"see, All!. 23,1, 18 = 1.I2if{ ]\ E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida. (

Their W.\re H-vises 11".1 C'o.c; Sf.npsairundirgo- Tc whom it may concrn.-'rhis is to certify, that 1 Nov 23,1 1tr. .011. lIVN'rE;t

thorough: repair. will be largr kdJ commoJious, have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's JUcdicinaStowac..icr FOil; S.LE \ Wrrl 1U U ItiC ( l ln1T;

i .'I'I.J in a dt :ir,Wf !partof the town, and as cx- et IItpatic in a number of very obstinatE QDD PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING I-21bs STORAGE STORAGE! STORAGE Jt Y the use of Dr. Hunter's inestimable: Pills: pel- ,

l' .4'.fl i'.v: dangers of firo. as any other house, of a Dyspeptic and l Liver-aflections, of long standing,likewise ''to he yard.-Ami S X fJOILS BALE ROPE, of addition to his old ware-house the f' J.L Sons of either sex, if they carefully follow W
ru character, on th" Poinl in several of the IN ,
of
cases enlargements tho- pleen; best rjualitv, are daily: expected by the Subscriber valuable plan, and copious Directions accoapanyitig
\'r"\l. P. Wilin: (Utc of \uzt1cta, GA) and its itiFr.cts were truly astonishing. I have no h*.. per Brig Ta1lahasce.Planters has recentlyerccted n spacious build very them enabled effectually to eradicate I
are
nrVf. >. J. IIAUHIN, ( .\ .piaclticola.REFI .) Hitation intltciruing I if the nit valuable preparation and Merchants can be supplied on the ng 80 by 28 feet, receiving!cotton and goods.TIMOTHY Ci"liTAIN: DISEASE, and to restore J M t.bealtl"'

:!:! \ .S.-ftr'I ILzinr, "dth 4. I for tho a: (1t. .1"I"S\li', ailnimts that has overcome within most accommodating terms, parable in Cotton! &,. M'CARTY. with ease, safety, and certainty in a few dys.UTThc 1
'1 nran/: J.S.. CdbDT1.1 :t'. /'" "-. ,/, m* T. ,\. M. my k-uowlcngc. JAMES EWELL, M. D. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. St. Marks December 27th 1831.: 1ItfROWAND'S extensive sale and unexampled sac e.a ol be

I: "S Cr. ? '/Hi, :;"C.I W.. Sf (.'j..-7: ;jir.'oas.ff Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1834. St. Marks, Sept. 5th, 1831. TONIC MIXTURE. this !Medicine, In this and other cities, aiui pnncip* tie

L *;* '< Vcr/jnf.! J'-I!. JI.irri'.tbi! .?;. S'i>;1, Jo/u U1'iJ Tao; \'dnvl;:'ned can hear; testimony to the superior : towns throughout the Uniou. for the last fiftecn ycau- w.
James L. Parish J1; a perfect and
Martin [ lasting
; : 'n.Nc .-V I in At- ,
Assumpsk
O ? co
t
ciicacy of Dr. Peter's Mcdicinai Stomachicre Dr.
et lIe- for the Fever during which it satisfactorily prepared :
and Oswcll E. cure and Ague. For sale \vas
Burt
n :r. Grfginj, f.T.t>* < Th'f'cr1J.ndl1.] the I tachment. tbeI 1h]
.t : paii re in cure of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints irmof PARISH PALMER p.tlrner'l wholesale! and letail" by FLETCHER I way. incnnlcs'iblr prove thai when used wIth' !
: :-tJoln- -$' Lrarcns.. T. H' .ldJo7/-.- Mobile.Aup. i. from :K-vs-mul ,.xpcrienrc. 'WM. G. JOHNSON. Superior Court, & ESTCOTT JT.C: ION POWDERS, i it effect .a l1orougS1CC(1Y J ar
'n vs. I JffTersou Countv.LEMUEL Druggist, tI
: 17, 1 i' i lit 1l'pallcM-1 denominate '
Dr. P's "Medi.'inn? Sto-nachtcac Hepatiaj arc put up G. RAGLAND. J Middle District. cola, Florida cure of-that dreadful disorder,

: V) JCTOR''dL6H ,';-l.\nOI..PH 11.n'O as- I in pniccls: wi h full directions for using. From one i mUE defendant and all other 4 I hereby appoint ? !css.Fletcher and I IV"stcottmyagcnts scourge" of the Human fcace. nqm.cs I N

J:_ (oci ,ted t H.M: : h''i in the portico: (f medicine tn tta'CH |uire!> will .be necessary to complete a cure. will take notice, that suit has persons been interested, \ for the sale of"llowand's I Ii I *If* PflIe" PILLS are accompanied, wl entbeCM!

and (,'T.r .ln.-r, : p"ftfs<'i'.uil .scrvl; .cs'to the; }public. Of. I j Th i price is $: j parcel. above, Attachment. issued] returnable instituted as Tonic Mixture" in the Territory !' it, with the INJECTION POW: rJrCKUATtl S.t1

lice 4 ot', p'n I'M* "!uH'r'.i 1 I Id r.u.i! rllh rt':. .12 I A :;reat quantity of the above very valuable prepa- of said Court, 1834. Said defendant is to May term Df Floridn, Eastern part of Alabama, & ; ; these constitute u most powerful me diSU1'der.
-- -. .; i'HI will Liu }kept hand I required 'o of tills Protean
constantly
:
-- oo byB. ; Western of ( applicable to the various stages
who t
and the part Georgia able
plead to declaration arc furnish
aopcar theirin filed ; to j
Tt\.X COLLECTOR'S S tL&Cj.I i E. PERKINS, Tallahassee, to the Statute in such cas s. according the said medicines to all who may apply to ihnm on i Full and plain directions, with a popuJar t:3 or

.tJf"1\V the eicl'- *? l\y 1 "f J.iira: try tirvt, I 'IoiTer; l forp.ik \Yw! i,aut llllri-f'J to dispose of them, cither at wholesale GEO. Y. WARNER. as favourable terms as they can obtain from the pro i! explaining the various symptoms, nod the ; of
4ij 11 Vfr.d.ioi of .m' retail:: on as reasonable terms as they can beiotainuI Aug. 12th 1831.: tirietor himself." treatment, accompany each box, so that peN fco
: the O'rirt Hoiss in tw ..f ihpripricier.. ((2-tf.) AttV for Pl'ifs. Signed, I
ofT J'uiias&ee' Lcn Also'by "JNO. R. ItU\V either sex may cure thotn!elvep. .
City nit: AND.
( cc.nnty, til* r-'ht, title p0wdet3
"" )(; .. HOLMKS & WILLIAMS, Cambellton, & NOT ICE.IX ] I Price of the Pills $1 box the Injection
( a
clan? and dcm.n.l ()f 1t'trt ,fcxy, u. n'1:1t". a f amcdJJour.e "Philadelphia, O t. 24tL 1813." 2itfNO'FICE ;
situated in the to"vn flf1\Jar\6.. DOW t-ccu Mr. Li A LSLET. PRIESTLEY, Druggist, Appalachicola.JOS. &.4 months from the d.itc hereof, I shall apply for and Ccralo 50 cents each.) m 1\J S cfICT ,

})1d at a lw fing, :1lhl rrvird bf ;'J'> slid; Robeit! PETERS. Lctf-rs of Dismission, from the Administration Prepared fiorn Ihe original Recipe 1 Sat.

Way, -''t.1! tl) !?iti" \' his 1'crritorid ai, County Taxts Tis' following are flw among the many persons that on the estate of Samuel Gau'ctt deceased late of all persons concerned, that I have this the late Dr. \V. T. CONWAY, by his '/ u *V"0rcwsor r
have: been either c-niirrly cured or greatly benefited Gadsdcn TO day ap. and'the Sole Proprietor, T. feinu '
the C. II. DUPONT ill ,
fcr vcr 1.S34. I county. Adm'r. nred at the store of the firm of Colt & B
within the last twelve mouths, by the use of Dr. Pe- June 27th J *34. >wroscn whom they may be hud at his Coantn'V RD ':
in
\ .,. FI3'UR: C4'!!.l'l'tcr.s [IG-Cm.J J order to have a settlement with thom, holding f
.t l ;th. .3j It is 1 tet\\cdldnd Siouuchiac ct Hcpaticrc within thc LEON COUNTY FLORIDA. notes of the said Srm of Colt & Bowroscn I Tor nearly Chambers: oyer No. 99. next door to J..KItreet."r i
--- late (if(iiwrgM.: Drug Store corner of Court nod Hanover

'm1lt.t 1D 'Ql'itt..t1'.n.1: 1"A. "Mrs Abuer hicks, Wilkinson.do. In the County Court .of said County. the myself amount, payable of my to the notes said which firm of they Colt hold& ll drawn by near Concert Hal Boston, and also \>J bJ*"8opMtdi-' (I

Oapt. James Willis. do. James Edwin Stewart wl'onns men, (together with all those other valuabj"
\.itG.E and ) m consequence of their not wishing 1
cotnpl'jif! :asst.rtO to to a r.etllemcjft -
: ; conic )
f.
Cot Wm.
Bond, do. vs. V ,Attachment giving their cines, as prepared by the: late Dr. ,ComAYt'g. g.) }
% by
: up notes and ninc
-umtof1"rcsh n''I MCOUIII'tS. taking : ur.
igsand il\.it re. uynA W. u8ianus[ Esq. Laurcns.Bytli Edward Barnwell. ) I fo warn all from E. B. : ,
vd rom Vcw V"r11-u,!iHahiiTrref3rand r'I.\Ittle, Allen, Esq. do. persons traffiieking or trading for DaUGGIST.TalJalan8ec. .
'' THE D'fenda.ntand others concerned, arc notified, nny.of my obligations in favor of said firm of Colt IROBZ.'SON'S i
fJiJ. M -rtant *".sl J -. Col.! John fSt- "
Country ; a r .ii.i'.Uttl'UP'pl W. Porter, Morgan.Sanford the i Bowrosen Ap 1631.
issuing of. said Attachment, and are rc. & as I shall no them unless I J
cfi 'n he most accomm 'J-.ti-if! ter r. Chapman, Esq Jones. quired to plead to the Declaration conformably with compelled so to do. pay ,. am 1 ? 0 R M S KtSsdc 1
WDW.SFJSfHy Alexander Irvin
Esq. Washington. the stat te. EDWARD CHANDLER ,

2041 Drugjfist Jlu l noliai Florida I Cot Geo..G. Mathews Grcejo 34 Oct. 1st, 1831. ((8-3m) i_For Plaintiff., Black Crck 18th-Sep." 1834.WM.., lOt B..HOOKER.!. at this 0 ffice- ,

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