The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 22, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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of the United States. ,, "PASS ,OJi; ELgNTCSS WORLD.

T horited to announce Colonel JAM Scandidate !' ":.. .tw'"}, .I .. :e Swifter.anJswUlfier:day by day, .
art to rcpievnt the ter 'r- -'' ( ... ,. h Down Time's Unquiet current hurled.-
$ thf" "thC w rm of the United i", - 2-- Thou passest on thy restless way,
gffI. << wy27tbi33. 50 "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." Tumultuous and unstable world I .
.i---- -R---i----- ..iiZn _-- Thou passest on.! Time hath
: seen
.ntbomed to announce Maj.WILLIAM 't r __ Delay upcjn'thy hurried "
,. 'v7gtQ w- ; path:
candidate to represent the temin e AA.az < 7W1jL And i'
WiATT, a i SSQ Uo& prayers'and tears alike have bees
the 24th Congress of the United -J--. ___i1 .. .-___ -- tciT U& In vain| to saythy course of wrath. *
.t"florid., ..
July 27th 1833. SOtf Watches v-

WILLIAM B. Jeweliy&c.: For.'Sale, Gerardin Llui Thou passest on, and with the gd

E.re.uthorIsed to announce robaeribtr has A good PLANTATION & Wuy The loves of youth-the cares of
LL'as a candidate to represent the THE just ro- in Gadsden age;
rT an additional County 13 miles from Walch Makers and And smiles and tears cod Joy, and
) Fluids i in the 24thDongress of the U ni. sup- Tallahassee, 10 Importer of English and WOw
or 1833 5tf ply of WATCHES,JEWELRT. SIL- Quincy, and Ii miles from the Ochlodcaee French Jewby and Fancy Article Are on thy history's bJooV.y page! .

TER Srftos 8.&C. which he offers riv&r, containing 800 acres, 700 in cultivation, with There, every day:, like yesterday, ,
for sale on his large commodious a receivfed at their Writes: hopes that end in mockery
I C.t. R WHITE.rrr customary rea- Sugars-house arst rate vertical l HAVE es ;
0& aonable terms. Sugar-Mill Kettles of large size,' and all the on Monroc.t. But who shall tear the veil awav,

L PRACTICE LAW in the Courts of Mid- .FREDERICK TOWLE. apparatus for taking off a large crop Sugar necessary Cane.;. by late arrivals from New York, Before the abyss of things tote!

FJiJrjda, Jackson County and the Court Oct: 4thf 1834. ((8tf) A large framed Gin-house, first rate running-gear b a large assortment,among which Thou and

16. to-OFFICE, 'tallahassce.Jutylit8S4. :.The subscriber has employed a Wnteh-. aJctr direct a_ 50 saw'Braintree Gin-A good Horse Mill. Upwards arc the following! viz: : E'en passest, as a shade on, Oblivion at thy side,
1 4S-tL] from England and '. of 20 Gold and silver Watches La treads,
( ; assure lh. public, that any work good Negro Elousesall, with plai.k floors, And o'er the dreams of human
1E entrusted to him in his line, shall be don promptly and all necessary Oui-Bnidir\gs.:! The purchaser can dies Watches!' Gold Earrings, His misty shroud forever snreads prides
A. BERTHELOT and in the best be Burnished with Petit Breastpins, Fin errin Watch ;
tS manner. F. Gulp Cotton Seed
% T. gratis- Chains and Where all thy iron hand has trared
I fncu, ATTORNEY AT LAW ) N. B. T Rnt-thc 1500 bushels Corn and 10,000 Ibs. Fodder patent Keys, Gentlemen and Ladies'
noose for tale
: AND ? formerly occupied by on Guard Chains Shirt Buttons Upon that gloomy scroll to-day,
; the and Studs
Var. place: All of which plain and
lUSt { in the Court of APPM.1SThc; 'J hos. M. Bradford, suitable for a small family.RENOVATING be sold extremely low cut glass Beads of With records ages since effaced .
be'Ie TtLL! Police Courts of Leon, Gadsden, nnd Jack- for cash,-will sell for one-half cash, the balance in 12 bronzes, &c. PerfumeriM every of description the best Ink-stands Like them shall live like !bem deea .
COr. r rior months. Those quality,
mora) J i s.u'Territory of Florida ; and in the Superior ; LIQUID call and examine disposed the to purchase, will do well to Pens, Ladies' Boxes of every size, Scissors/ PocketBooks patent- Thou on-with
premises, which wiU be shown !' passest thee the vain
counties; of South Baskets
01! & Decat'.ir for
try c.c 5lrircuitof the Statcof Georgia. Residence Prepared and Sold by R. S. BERNARD, Druggist by my Overseer on the place, or myself, residing ia India Rubber Bracers ladies Pistols and children, Bea--Bo-s, That sport upon thy vaunting hl3ze-*
reo ; Quincy, Gadsden Percussion. Caps, L ok- Pride, framed of dust and
:' P.iodK .TM..I I.Mf coanty. Folly's>> train,
Q33. NORFOLK mg-G lasses
\s. Nm'emher, VIRGINIA.R. &c. &c.
kg3srf. Nov.. I. [1tfJ] THOMAS PRESTON, JR. Tallahassee Who court thy love, and run thy wayi:
27tf- October 11, ,J834. ((9tf) But_thou and I., (and be.it so,)-
.J. i'DAMS 7'0
JohN IB IDaQg V'mm\To BOW AND'S NEW rress onwara to eternity;

"tItkin (.i1'TOR.\"El' .2'" L.1 W1)) R. 'S. BERNARD'S RENOVATING LIQUID for r STORE. Yet not together-let us go .

,,\/:"'.d'r"'t''); 2W'.t'V; Ar.palaclola Hav.. extracting ail :finds of Oils, Paint, Tar, and Grease TONIC MIXTURE THE subscriber. in is about to establish himself per To that deep-voiced but shoreless seat

hen. 9i3r/ rcdary at t.1.Y t-(. Courts: )held at tlieQ from the most .lelicate colored Silks, Satins, Cloths, ANDANTICOSTIVE ntly Tallahassee as a Merchant, and Thou
: ; for sale hast thy friends-I would have
in mine
It ..,;nfy j'.ixl() Marian: ; WiJ: :.fco annual tvr1CourtO B their)Bombazines colour Velvets! without injuring in the least:; PILLS. I the Office of the a Floridian few days, a, small at his assortment store opposite Thou hast thy thoughts-leave me my ownf:
T'-llahasvc. or -xture.
: al Jitters it'- .
f Areuls: : fI !' of the of Hats, Clothing I kneel not at thy gilded !hrine:: :
consequence Shoes
f This IN which hare Brushes Woodenware
.'/ p1i'! 'vi1lllo l attended to. recent: and valu.xb'e: chemical discovery of. aUempts been ,
i i Tinware : I bow not slavish
at thy
TO to impose Crockery throne !
VO fered for -ale bv the Subs'iber.-It spurious imitations of the above and Stoneware, Hardware and -
ff 1RH. (pc.n almost__ _SlInf'r___ valuable I'll them without
> and sedcs the of u ( ediciues on the public, the hat Cutlery, Sugar Cane Knives, Agricultural pas* by a sigh ;
,,-- .n & ... necessity dying and the Scourer's voc proprietor en- Imple make
erAI : I eluded on the necessity of ments, Rope and small They no :s-vellinjr now.
AJUJ tiOtl is gonCx" Fifty rents worth will confining the tale of the Mix Cordage, Kitchen and House rapture *
secure a ture to Thi fierce delights! that fire thine ..
Cdlylo as few established keeping Uten.sils
V. SNELL Ba< ('n Merchant's breeches from criticism for twelve agents tu ate just sufficient to i Carpenter's, COQper's, and Smith's eye ,
: ILs. HAMLIN supply the Tools of,all The triumph of thy haughty brow r
I regular demands. kinds. Nails
Brass Goods
months. It arts like a charm npoa silks of the finest Kfull-supply of those Locks, B.>!ts,

;E r".h.\"EJ' .1T I..1JV, .1P.1L. tClJtJ'l. Ha. iexi v", by instantly removing the taints of grease whose Medicines will be constantly kept by the Agents, "'which Axes, PocketBooks he is Snu .boxes, and ancy Goods, Pass:; on, relentless! wortd.-I! grieve!

.. 'I S".nll t'> 'li1" IW'; 'j'ifidco' '.n him with tntlus-: without in the I least a.tf'ctin.the. fabric itself the names and residcnces are annexed, and the disposed 16 sell on reasonable terms, and No more for all that thou has riven

- ';: putI rV.HvfK' -. .\I.t'- J 13tfV most invete-ate lodgments of wax upon Coat collars not proprietor be wishes it distinctly understood, that he will respectfully requests an examination of his Goods. Pas: on, in God's name, only leave (

three :. ,4 *- r: '*\15Bsand! JAS. D. WEST Hy before itlikedit I before abi ush. It is no quacke- sold responsible for the genuineness of any Mixture GKORGB LANMAN. The thin ihou nycr vet hast jiven
his Tallahassee
11:11l.i.UD: v. iv !lt.'t the true secundum artem. 1llrJrle of at by any persons, except his authorised agents. Nov. 1st, 1834. (1 -3m) A heart at eta: mind! a? home- '.

\c .* T7JE r" ___ _ decent in old clothes! at the least imaginable appearing expense. Spurious mixtures have been made and sold in consi N. B.-Wanted to purchase a likely NEGRO BOT, Affections fixed ab->ve t'-v sway-

er It i is offered to Gentlemen at 50 cents a phial, and all Gadsden derable quantities oy two physicians in Leon and about 12 or 14 years ofage.ADMINISTRATOR'S. Fai'h set up": a world ::0 urn".
Sporting Intelligence other} sort of have it the counties, and perhaps by others, and will 1 And Patience
dalkh J people can at same price. doubtless! be : NOTICE. : through r.V: !little day.,
imported from
r\o langer need be apprehended in using it New orkand elsewhere. LL :- t.--__ _-,_ _-- _
upon A claims
r .. the finest and most'delicate .cil!{ --n'-r is it like theoal'R Those, therefore, who wish to procure the genuine; JL&L persons having against the estate of
bootln -'i{Ji ; SI:. commonly advertised: onr days, which by article can be sure of getting it only fri1tn the agents. | PilATiAh WfiiTEHORST, deceased, late of Leon a-C : !rcT ID;-r ..CfI'{! Q
/ County, are hereby notified Jo present tlv.m duly authenticated .. "
Lhy f: { ., removing oue evil almost invariable produce anoterofdo'ih'e The following gentlemen arc Agents in Florida. within the time prescribed by law,or they T.orn BROUGHAM AM{ >> THE LORDS. '
'lit t... / III size-nor does it require the preparative E. B. Perkins, General will be forever barred. All 1n
means of all other Agent at Tallahassee. persons indebted to said uofh:* speerJies.ou h ft p renovater -such hot irons .
as and Kerr
If.IllIll 1 4 Sturges estato, make '
: Agents for St. Marks.: are'requested to immediate payment. the Lord
the like. Chancellor!
little hplds
Only a clean 'ater.ccording to the James C. Eccles, d i. duincy. SARAH 'VHITEHURST, AdM'trix. :: .following Ian

.t.". directions, is wanting. Oil or Grease of any kind Golding & Folsom, do. 1\Iirka90l\ky. Mr. JAS. S. LINN is my authorised agent. gua e.. .. ..

ida.to. ... .' .'.:)r. can be extracted from the nest delicate colored car- Darius \Villiams&Co do. Monticello. Nov. 1. [IStfJ SARUI WHITCHCRST. That i is my.opminn; nnd in advocating the
;. ir. pets, the usual trouble of taking them up.- Thomas Alexander do.
.. IlicksTown.: superiority of such Government *
H if used:; acordingto the directions, it will at once I J. F. Potts, do. Clmtahyochec. S IX weeks after date, application will be made by a as .we -pos

I II T.ILL/1H/lSSEE RACES.JOL'KEY extract every particle of grease from the finest Cloth i Malcolm Furguson, do. Thomasville. the subscriber to the honorable the Couniy Ccurt sess. I am by nil means blind to the mapy -.

or most delicate Silks, without injuring in the least P. W. Gamier, Jr. do. Mananna. Jackson county, for Letter!pf Administration on lamentable defeats-: .-;i.stm; :r the House_ of

CLUB, FOR 1831. the color or texture.A Holmes Williams, do. Campbelltown. the estate of JOHH G. SMITH lato of said county dceased. -- Lords. I have not'sat for flintvear9, in tht '

af TILL. Commence on the thirJInnday: [13thJ in large supply of the above valuable article received JOHN R UOWAND JACKSON. ROBERTS. House- be
and for sale Proprietor. imperfectly acquainted with them
by Sept. 23d '1834. (S-Sw )
T Drcrabc-r next, and continue six days.Fl1t.iT Nov.
1. lS14.
: ((126m1n | and I -
fl&TMOND.tTc11tswecwtko6 1.. B. PERKINS!;, Ag't :- cannot state hesitation that
Tallahassee, Sept. 10th 1831.: Cm ADMINISTRATOR'S JNOTK.h. those effects!" have arisen from i .and y
A ; i, for three years olds-thrro mile A. PIER'ON & CO. the ignorance,
next term of the .
C' ; "
1). t. cluso the 30th 4T Connty 'tr n Ltn the want of 'the diffusion
!at!, :OJ t''tnm, ) to on Scp- will of knowledge"
By the Prtsidcnt of the United Slates. we apply for Letters of Dismission
cscr next. from ths Administration of the estate of HrnryB. Fitts, amongst them. (Cheers ami laughter,.) But
of law
pursuance Presi
IN deceased lalg of iid the
s defects likewisn be
county. attributed
ent of the United of may in.- a
totes America do
Post ?wecvnkcs; free for any horse in the UniSiatr1 hereby
declare and make known that BRUCE, great number instances to (the natural feel.
.-d : \?rcfiby! to ihft rules; of the Tallahassee public sales will be held

Ion, ".' :tfyf''i1''!! far hulc heats: $500 entrance h. f.close at the following Land Offices, 13: the Territory of Florida Tnnnha Sept. 1334.ELIZA Gtf ANN BTtUCE.ISth ir 2 inherent in human nature; and really und -

: o.. ;lic :OUi Scptcnj'wr next. at the periods designated, for the sale of the un ( ) -rijl: circumstances I can scarcely blame.
S I dermentioned lands, to wit : 1
t1'! .
(Laughter) for deep
-OS, Clu'-j: Pin ","-ni'e htntt, $150 00rorr.ru At th" Land Office at TALLAHASSEE the apprehension
on first who are interested, will take notice, that the
lica E.,:.. .,..,.,...- ". 't j), Monday in December next, for the disposal of the pub- Drapers a Tailors, A subscribers have filed in the CI' rk'8 Offi-:*" nf tif! under!?e decided change which has taken

SAY-TIIURSDAV.JuckyClub 1k lands within the undermentioneJ townships and I county of Jefferson, Florida, a Petition for A division! phictt in (Itw political aspects of this; country

trc2 mile iMats: 200 DO fractional townships, to wit: of the ptatc ofafsAAC MILLER, late of said: cornn. and the transferring into other and liberal

illyen Entrance SI5.nrri i North of the base Iin4I. and West of the meridian. TALLAHASSEE! a f*L 0 R IB A. deceased, anti will on the 30th day uf December, 1331 hands the prerogatives: which used formerly to

DAT-raiDAT. Township I,of range 5. move the Judge of said Court to appoint. Commissioners I
Joc Clu': Pii'-o-' 3 mile h,' 1 and 2 of I bo confined within very narrow !limits- such
>cy -- ats, 50.0 00 Townships! range 8. to dh id!:: awl partition said Estate according to -

Elt''r.I"P $-0.: Townships 1 nnd 2. nfrnn!r* 0.-. 10.. II.. 12.r -13 &-- 14.Tsw.iship -. the claims of the Petitioners. as those brought about by the Reform Par-
11:1: 11.1'.1 T1. '\ _. '.'I'"nn'''' I, ofran 1-5.-D Iranient and in tho
Crawford Webb, % Scottish! orotigh! Reform
Proprietor > i'u: ;w c-1 :I I' '. :, :-.:": :.'l b;?vl in :j 1) 2 JO 00 Township 1, of'rnr-x 16.Township William H. Love } A. and ::t
I > Petitioners by :( the approaching! reform :n thy muni.
I ,i 23. .
E:1t- 'ir' :i'I1.: ( inc .f Charles ,
in Touri.filv: : ; : ,;ofisl a.inwt': ",'krc:: there.no. i-l .Fractional: township 1, and township i"i, of range 29. Prudent S GEO. Y. V/ARNER I cspal I.institutions of KnirL; j'I l.-[Great cheer

a tn ,'tI'C! s',..' j'r: ';, .\vhnlia.icure'l; the t forfeit 10.\ IIsll1l'S 1.2,4, and n, of range! 30. Monticello.or 22, 1S34.: : f7-ml: :' ,.,,"'" ierg and hughter"! ]]-I r**; ;' duct wondeY at

? drn.-" with: ;.nprr\ t' ..tI.'cr'era p-iyahlc :i{ theC Townships '2, 3. 4. n(1 ;3, of range 31. them--(Continued hiugHtur -I would not
:an <:nir :;Dirl: r'I.-ri.a.! ui-l ilep...c.itui: with the cashier \nrth of the base Ivu, .'nl East of meridian. APALACIJICOLA L, like
it Continued
?'iis-i-! : :. ii" -lit ]l.4' made ''IV !c-ter aiKlrjesM"' tn Township 2, r.tigc.13.. above Establishment will be open for the re ---( hugit-! .j Tnt I must
::1.h.! *r'>.t"j' \' Tai'!i: :Ia<;.*"; \ auy tiinc hr/ore tilt j-jh; Townships 1 nnd 2ofraig" 14. .- .. THE Boarders and Travellers by the 20 in- nevertheless!
nda Sep'l: : : ; ;\5: ;ith
; ; T'to roll orliorsft:; tit be Latucd I!h'; ..\ eninv I That If.rt towiohip 11 i situated Noith and Wcs The A p 'achicola, I 18th October, 1831. 10-3n: exist. It is: just; the sa'n<> tiun:; cia saying
lJtf"re tho r.'('e, of tho Siiva nice: riser, of range; 11. Height indispensable
1f, The 1. Round tho ohtn under BOOKS & STATIONARY. that there is no occasion for' a c'rritj-: to
wll! \l' lunr coat.
to ; : tip at tLe Suiitl, c.xc.h day, At the sllme pKxtr, in continuation, commencing on .
..alrs !foti1e: ()J'lllJi't.: ConiM: I ::.iior aiul' c\vr: effort will bena.1c tlu third Monday in December next, for the disposal of 2. Do. Waist. subscriber has received a general assortment the errors of basic :anil oversight which the *

: too aiT II'\1lh, ".-.": .iccvm'nmlation ; and it is oonSdwij the public lands within the limits of th.e undermen 3. From I>.\ 'k-seam to elbow and knuckle joint. THE AND ."-TATIOSAP.Y' which he offers to iest representatives of tho peopln canby n!

: ; cxtou.o| : 'I.::: gentlemen at. a distancevlrn tioned townships fractional townships, to wit. 4. Round the thili. his old customers at reduced prices among wh ch arc means avoid in their acts 'of 'legislation.: <
iiwe t'\: ; 'lories, u ill onside Purses and ci- 5. F' mi the hip-joint to the ancle. The Token for 1835
tod our our South of the base line,and West of the meridia.n.Fractional ; The exigence; of the House of Peers is thug
:i.tl' io 1J1IIt'C, no diy of their Conshlera:bn., township 1 1, of range 8. Oy the above scale of measurement gentlemen at a Affection's Gift

1Ca THO. Bi OWN, Sec'ry & Proprietor. Townships:) i, 2,3, 4,5, 6, and 7, of range 9. distance rmiy be enabled to forward their measures, Christmas Box ; essential importance na a Court of Review

19 Ju'r 13th, !1334. [4'J.tfj Townships i, 2, 3,4, 5,6, 7, 8, and 9, of range; 10. which will ever ''crt with prom; mention.NEW ; and while! we admit of iw many defects, the

. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,6,7,8,9, and 10 of range 11. ,- -- --t-AI The late Novels, itilsion of knowledge'* will, surely ir; tima

'U.r. Townships I, 2, 3, 4, 5,6, 7, 8, and 9, of range 12. GOODS And a great variety of reach its members, in the mVa'( as a sim

The Quincy Races. Townships J, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, of range 13. Standard and Miscellaneous Works; advantage has reached and i*
' : in progress
'i | Townships 1,2, 3, 4, and 5ofrangc 14.
AND Schtol and Blank Books of
Races! over the Gadsdcn Course every ; reaching the other members of th
at Chancy, i Township I. 3J3d fractional townships 2, 3, and 4, Rogers Extra fine Pen-Knives community
, 1. will a.airaciirc on the 7th ofMniry ;fA1I1l1 l 12 NJ (!) ;
Wednesday day of 15. Great
e T ; 1535 and continue range Ink, Quills, Paper, Tape, Sealing-Wax: -( cheering und! laughter.) In lb%
l'n four days. Township 1, amd fractional township 2, of range 16. H A. PIERSON! v Co. would respectfully inform -' Pocket Globes for Children, 4c. <$.=. meantime differing; with thorn QII many points

l'd 0ci 2jIt Jsl'.v'n Purse $W-( -1 mile heats-Entrance $20 At the Land Office at ST. AUGUSTINE, one the S their customers and the publick gene- The subscriber also informs the public, that his CIR I still consider that the LorJ.s

\" pursc sio--i mile beats, best 3 in 5_ t second Monday in Dccfus6 next, for the disposal of rally, that they arc now opening their new Stock of CULATIXO LIRRAUT is now open, and) any ono can b'- rro a pecestryportion
, 'trance of the and I
,5o S 20 the public lands within the limits of the undermen oom a subscriber on complying: with the ternv.WILLIAM Legislature; have no more
: Pay's Piirst to consul of the Entrance Money tioned townships and fractional ownships, to wit: FALL & WINTER GOODS, : WILSON. doubt of this than I have ofth* prepriety and

It 01 Entrance the fins: and. stcond. days.-1 mile. heats- North of the base line, and East of the meridian. I just received fnm New York, consisting ofa splendid November 1st, 1834 12-tf necessity of the other branches: of the Constitution.

" 4.h Day's Purse to cnnsistof the Entrance 15 Fractional townships 1,2, 3, 4, and' 5, (East. of St. : assortment superfine Cloths, Cassitneres and Vest- NOTICE ." Hero he concluded by paying a well

1I "or lie ,1-ird and fyu:.h days-1 mile Money out- Mary's: river)'of range! 23. 5 of ins, of a the great variety, selected from late Importations T the next July Term of Gadsden county, the merited compliment to Sir Horiry t'arnell, the
tn'nnce / Townships 1,2, 3,4, and fractional township of most fashionable order.--Likewise, a A
and vouchers of HENRT W. TOD'D administrator
10 of Gentlemen'sdress account* present lleprosentatikc Uuodoe.; .
24, general assortment Fancy Articles for ,
. o'AllEr.iiftstolc, : mad with the Secretary by sevo Townships 1,2, and 3, of range 25. viz: :- tllJCks of every dcseriotion, Gloves, of JOHN H. TODD, deceased, late of Ga'ls The Journal de Roucn r latej tho follow
"ttkut: den will! be saidourt for final
the to
presented a
3 day l'h'i'JI'j to that of runnin.A. '. Township 1, of range 26. Suspenders, Pongee Hhdfs., Fronts and) Collars, fine settlement county tho of said administrator. At the ing singular disappointment! ._- -ia
J.OfGatlsdcD. FJItM&....Se'rv Frlr.tion.o.l1.9wn'5hips 1,2,3, and 4, of range 27. Linen Shirts, Hosiery, &c.-Splendid Soil, Fur, and on part .
under the
tame time the said administrator will apply to said Deputy Restoration h'tdy died la.
JO'cy Club.Q.tlJn Fractional townships 1,2, and 3, of range; 23. Cloth Caps, fine Silk, Plush, and Beaver Hats of the
Court for from his Admini.
r yOrLohtr23, 1S31. [111llwJRACES] Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 29. lastcst fashion.A afcresaid.JOHN a discharge J. ADAMS traLOl'9hip as ving an income 45,000fr a year which by

South of the base line, and East of the Meridian. general assortment of ready.made Clothing made will he bequeathed to M. G_- -, a notary
for H. W. Todd Administrator.
Att'y ,
That 11 East of Suwnncc river) by the subscribers, in the most faithful und fash '
part township ( up Quincy, Nov. 3d, 1834. [IJUGm alleging the legacy to have been made as er
THE ionablo Overcoats Frock & Dress .
of range 14.'ro"nshipsl0. style, consisting I '
foi affectionate s.
11, and 12, of range 15.: Coals and Coateca, fine Cloth and Goatls hair Camlet NEGROES.AN compensation care th8t. ''
the .
OVF.n \Jaria.iiu J5'ji Course, will come oil'n Townships 10, 11, and 12, of range 16. Cloaks and Wrappers,Pantaloons and Vests of almost effective and well disposed gang of NEGROES, tator had received'at the hands of tha lets
\ovcmber\ and continue
Lie r next, Townships to, 11, 12. and 13, ofrange 17. every description, among which are rich figured and twenty-eight in number, consisting of seven and hkwifefor. many ears M. G. not dream

1st rjiy? $20)- nile boats 80 cntrance. Townships 6, 7, and 13, of range IS. Double-breasted Velvet and fine black Cloth and time Men-six active Women and four working ing of the possibility of a will of later date;immediately
2d iy 8409-4: Townships 5,6,7,8,9, and 13, of range 19. Cassimere, Valentia and white Marseilles Vests. &.c. Boys, with eleven fine healthy and thriving Children, assume the
. .nilc do. to ton
hcats-$30 began
and 13 of 20. Marino and Lamb's Wool Nett-Shirtsiand Drawers befilifij
:Jd dllY $ /" Townships 1,2,3,5,67,8, range Fno will be sold at private sale on very advantageous terms.
4th day Silver-milc l heats-3 in 5-$20 do. Townships 1,2, 3, 6, 7, and 8, ofrange 21. -fine Nctt Silk and Doe-skin Under-Vests, an The moral and physical character of these Negroes. his new circumstances and a splendid carriagewith

20),Ia. Sett-value 175-2 mile. hcaUi That portion of township 1 South of St. Mary's excellent article for invalids. render them well worthy the special notice ol planters English horses were accordingly exchanged -

5th day '('crsL.\kQ-frf'u raU tOO c1 river, and townships 2, 3,4,5, 6, 7, and ft,of range 22. ID":::: The subscribers return their sincere thanks for who are wishful purchasing industrious, well disciplined for the old hacks of the deceased. A

LeThe proprietor feels ages-S o. That portion o!township I, East of St.Mary's river, the very liberal patronage heretofore received, and I and acclimated slaves. few days afterwards some kind friend
confident that mudi
d-he sport may and townships 2, 3, 4,5,6,7, antjffi of range 23. would still hope by their assiduity strict attention I For further particulars, application may be made to presented
has Iud the promise of several cn- receive continuation of the to him the later will of his benefactor
temcn I from the different Townships 1,2, 3, 4., 5, G, 7, and 8, of range 24. to business, to merit and a Col. H. W. BRADEN.or' supposed
States that if our
-odd Justify it would certainly: attend purses Townships I, 2,4 5, 6, 7, and 8, of range 25. same. E:LPOCKERM, Tallahassee. accompanied with the following :flat ring .
they our ?
co1rse Fractional 1 29. lrrF All orders will be thankfully recived ; and as Jefferson county, 8th Nov. 1834.-13tf 'M. G. the
this wnter. No will to have township, ofrange explanation :- legate under!
lmins spared
b. in. their ana first
thing; 'eU Each sale will be kept for two weeks, and the they have engaged employ steady
conducted extensive preparations open NOTICEGEO. the former will, is a fool, and his'wife is-t-ii-i.
ery to execute all ordersat ,
Ire reserved law for the of schools or fat- rate WORKMEN, they are prepared
making to awpmmodate th4itse who favour us lands by use H. LINDENBERGER (New Store has with the and connivance .
\'Itb thc may other will be excluded from sale. the shortest notice, and in the mpst durable and ) knowledge of her husrband.
S r company. purposes hand the of fashionable style.- Tallahassee, Oct. 25. [ll-6m. received and offers for sale, a large and I They'shall have nothing front and
w all!1 instances! the Club will be roverned by thethe Given under my at City Washington, general assortment of Shoes, .consisting of Ladies', me,
s 1;:* Market Ruleu. All Entries to be made to this seventh day of July. A. D. 1834.ANDREW I NOTICE. *" : Gentlemens, and Children's Shoes. Also, offers for and, in order to repay the hypocracy they have

th ttl.ry by 9 'clock, P. M. ff the day Previous JACKSON.By .. INTEND making application to the HonerabJe sale, 50 bushels Irish Potatoes, 500 bunches Onions, uniformily! displayed towards me I cause this

running. ELIJAH the President HAT : I I the Judge of Leon County Court for letters of 50 bbls. Mullets at the lowest- cash prices, or moat will to be kept book for a short time which

w rmnna. Flo. JAS. J. PITTMAN, Secretary. Commissioner WARD of, the General Land Office. [!Ots Administration upon tic estate of FRANCIS 'V. CARPENTER kinds country produce. will leave them an opportunity displaying
Sth 2)31. OSCAR WHITE.
July, : [48-20wJ deceased.
-* --- NOTICE.
their real joy and perhaps induce them to run
for ep.Tl1e C "ctlcs!' Cvl'mraUS Enquirer will publish t'.ie! above MARSHAL'S SALE. Tallahasse Oct. 12di 1834. lOtf _____ subscriber returns his thanks to the public into ruinous

ci_ e/Marianna and forward Jt\l'k.. his account r the Secretary virtue of an Execution, issued and directed to Medical partnership heretofore existing be- THE the liberal encouragement he has received expenses puuisljment they
{"lilt. deserve.1"
---------------- "---J .. IN by the Clerk of the Superior Court for the THE the undersigned, was dissolved by mutu- since he has been in this place, and solicits a continuance richly

NOTICE.- county of Leon, district of Middle Florida, I shall pro- al consent on the first of October, 1834. of their patronage. Just received per schr.Delta, SPORTING INTELLIQENCE.-DONCASTKR BlCESv-
thRE ceed to.sell on the first Saturday in December next, J. McLEMORE, direct from New York general assortment of Wool '
.. PI.UiTATION subscriber wishes to lease the HOUSE and for cash, to the highest bidder, in front of the Court lOtf. WM: FLAKE. len, Staple and Fancy GOODS, Shoes) Hats, Hollow-: Our Correspondent at Doncaster writes,,04

Sift ofL e L'1ura where he now lives, known by the House at Tallahassee, a very superior patent wrougthiron ware, Gallery, and Iron-mongery, Crockery, 4c. con follows:'-Sunday Evening: Two of'.thrca .

,*.hh the plantation for a term of one or more years: BAMK UFE-it is about six feet long, six TO THE PUBLIC. sisting of blue, black and brown Cloths ; blue, bltck, alterations of some importance, have .arrUan

66 of dear l attached to it, containing forty or feet high, and four feet deep, with double doors, UE.following Certificate from R.A. Greene,Esq drab and grey double milled Cassimeres; Caasinets out of the few this *aca
ifir jIUred, h !hindt under a good fence.-Also, cases and drawers complete. -It will be sojd to satisfy T Secretary to his Excellency William Lumpkin, and Sat nets; English, French and American Prints; engagements on great

ctajMf mile*of*Uc Jli, leas fifty or sixty acres to about the'costs, charges, & expenses decreed by: said Court, Esq. Governor of the State of Geoagia, is for the benefit black Lustring and Fancy Silks and Silk Shawls,Gro entered into this afternoon. Previous h8. -

mock laud house, apart of which isgiodami ia a cause wherein the Central Bank of Florida was of those afflicted with do Nap &.c.; Jackonet Swiss and Mull Muslins ; vcr, to giving our customary I list of the iva

lliIIatetj under a good fence. The house complainant and the Merchants & Planter's Epk of D YSPEPal.l1. 3, 4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of superior quality ; rage closingjprices we may be allowed "to, ob
Lsisee imruetFa'.eiy St. A'I I1.tine at the rress roads Manticello from! Magnolia, Thos. G. Gordon and Edw'd Seixas, were "A servant girl of mine, who had for several years Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths; a general assortment that there is in %
.w ?nd from to serve perhaps no! season
?ha and defendants. THOS. ESTON RANDOLPH, laboured under a Dyspepsic and Liver Affection: and of Shoes; a variety of Crockery Ware, HollowWare
St.larks.! comfortable
D is
.el1in Z H-)U8* with There a with ; Oct 9. 1834. Marshal. whose life I had diipaired of after the trial of several Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also, Cognac. Brandy, cord in which the public running of three or

!r* place. and out buiidin a good nck.\ chimney Office IS kept two The above Bank Safe (or Iron Chest) can be seen physicians' to relieve her, was successfully treated by Holland Gin; Sicily Sherry,Port,and Claret Wines; four of the Newmarket three year -91da bw

there, and two mails stops ut the, place post It ia most at the late Banking-house in Magnolia. Doct. PayERS of this place, (Milledgeville) whom 1 with many other articles too tedious to mention. Purchasers been so good or so true throughout; and i*

tlctlent stand as a house of entertainment. n- N. B.-Will be sold al the same time and place, consider preeminently.skilfed in** R.these complaints.1W'EMilledgeville > are invited to ALEX'R.call and examine FORMY for DUVAL.themselves. it has a most important influence on the SU

Mkc Laura, Oct. 18tb 10.0wL. JOHN 1ij.OCKER. a Gold Screw, one Press Table, one end one pair Des of $Scales. and Weights for ". Geo. JWH U&34,'* Tidlahaaee Nov. 4,1833.. JlStfJ .Legor a short retrospect will. Dpi h& out of

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4.. "llt '. 1-'_ and deluded then! In wat lat.roe ask, is U miseOofDorCat1oi. place.flRoYita nvfr6oi eOcctlitifr ''":" 2,
!-17 -i wWi heart otS1;; *! } $
rp2Ace that .the 0
---- ted to state to Ha proper place,, 'ft. ( i independently .f the first
\ ,lie thai they : & "symptoms'5 of, sucb'a' ,state ijT : ht i
begin with QI. floe who although soldiers went to burn &convent had er-- .. .. .'J<'t- Landwehr..
toot' in the 'rice tt'fchnWm clo ; discovered things ? In itfn tire,app/obatioa ijrhfcb has ref Letters from IAida hi 'Catakow, mentionthataserioMConcpiracjrhas Although the Ccc I
they -
tunning ery ined the subterranean dungeons, such a force is said to have
: co ne ted wiUi It. wheich burst Io."edmei and.which has 'beeQ generously be B.; prevented ?? ,
1? brat kppeamace was massive iron'door- they than that of
for'Uie Tdfes r extended to by countrymen since my fr. the loyalty of the garrison. military man 'L. d artid 't eaworth, which he won open, and by the light of the lantern they per- me my Is it be found in m exploding by; scale, many persons.ascribe OQ a ,
retirement from office to ittoi
4 easii) beetir,* Z' itmn > :..A. of the July ceived a human being lying on the ground cal motive. ,For several 'ocai' '
tekis\ those .expressiQns of regard and attachment Carlos V. received with the resignation and months DM-.
I.aoua ffllyj M sister to Galata chained to a ring fastened in the wall ; he was terview between the
which I have with in on the fatil of the JuS1
my news great
'.. : beard met every step firmness! of a Christian
4 his
.ni; race Ike was allowed three p.undWJiila reduced to a jnere ske leton, hung in narchs 'has bean talked of
to this Is it to befoud, lastly well beloved as likely 1
way place death of fcis spouse. ti- *
tha fillies carried the full weight. HePJeuripo down to his waist he was absolutely naked, the place in the course of the '
I the meeting of this day, which, whatever From the Tndicatenr Bayonne. present ye*r. ,
met the made tre- and the bones aoarly protiuded through the of
in meeting
t same place meeting was: said to be / .
vain imaginations of some men suggest Rodil that all families at Ko
may The order issued by ,
Thedu and beaten in a skin pitcher of water and a few crumbs where the
ous play was outpaced ; a Emperor of Russia fc so
to them reaction in the public I .
as to a pretended to the intend
known for .hpir opposition Queers
'CSI\ter.* In the first Spring Meeting he won of bread lay near nim. On hearing the door : the King of Prussia in the
1 mind, would never have taken place if it was I Government should the four provinces, is monh; or S )
1 the.D worts Stakes beating Gauges (who re- open he raised his head and exclaimed, quit ber, but the distance would ? 1-.
I in faVor
A hare
not the result of -
was a general feeling carried into execution.
1\'e fl 3lb.) easy; on the following day he won I Thank God, you have at last come to put i every where being great for the Emperor of Austria ooS piIiiti
of referm I No ef the good Be-
that the gentlemen great number of refugees havo arrived at ,
\tlR P :,ooo Guinea Stakes by a length beating an end to my sufferings, imagining of his advanced age ; hence
>> his execution- sence and moderation of the people of Eng hohia, and several of them declare that on the e placebo
att *rer (the Clare colt) Dently (winner of the i monks bed come to notify i selerted nearer the
capital of .
CiT irewell and .Criterion) ,Brother to Kate, Pa- l When asked who and what he was, ho informed land and of Scotland-of their attachments 14th Rodil p.nt"'J'Ad' Vittoria, whore rejoined We learn that Brunq will the e 6t
I to a King whoso well deserves all their love Lorenzo and Floras.-The three corps were shortly ,, tk'vit
that he ? .
: lie *, Prictrac colt, and Vintor who had won I J the officers of the Queen's troops three Allied Sovereigns within
t'' bea- immured in that dungeon -of their sincere conviction of the wholesomness to proceed to the Borunda. Tnuregui was unwell its walk !
Riddleaworth the previous meeting had been eleven years Emperor of Russia will
je first
the work ofa !! ;;
; 4ng Darius and two or thjee others by four or ; that his food had been the whole of that I of that form of government, of and staving at Villa France. 1m on his visit! to the Reyul proceed f
of bread dnd water that thousand years by which a larger share The Leipsi' Gazette has the following from Family \1
fire lengthg. At Epsom, Glencoe made all time a scanty supply ; j return he will << through Brunn. 1Ibe
the monksto liberty i ia now secured to them than was! ever Munich of the 12th inst :-44It is asserted in pass The%'
: the running for the Derby, and was beaten he had been frequently scourged of Prussia will arrive at the I
which he known by other nation in the world-of a the higher circles that the French Government same tiini .
: .half a length fiftm tho second horse; walked extort confessions of crimes never any Sovereign will then be r
jver for the Royal Stakes at ,Ascot; ftt Good I committed. His only crimo was that of peaceable and orderly disposition amongst the has consented to the mnrnngo! of the of the Prince-entntlbeeoi
the Constitutional people-of all these things we may find symp Queen of Portugal with the Duke of Leachtefnburg troops. Metternkb is fujf. :
wood carried the full weight for the Cup over being a liberal during sys- pelted at tho same tijne. The :
he be be- toms enough every where evident to all, cxcetp and that negotiations hnve already taken AC'
very hard ground and won by three lengths, tem When told that was at liberty, ;. those monarchs has for its
beating Col wick (who received lOlb.), Famine came like a madman. Ho could not boar ..to those persons to whom I have been alluding place upon the subject. The Duke at the consolidation, and the object the

Rockingham: (a St Leger winner), and sever- the light of day, and fresh air had such an ef- and who are not, or will not, be convicted of present resides with his mother in a country alliance, and also to decide extension ofT

.scvewl others; and on the following day won effect on him that he swooned away."-- any thing that runs couuter their prejudicesbut sent threo league from this place." which be upon the i rneiQ
of re-action of the advent of that millen- The Augsburg Gazette of the 19th inst. may expedient circu.
Sun. ckp
tho Racing Siake* just as easy although car- ( arising out of the treaty of
Louisa second ium so ardently desired by them-of the restoration contains the following from Constantinople of quadruple
six extra beating
rying pound { Tho following is the method strangula-- ance." Ttrt
of that happy state of things when the 26th ult.:-"0nan Bey has been appointed -
three four others. Plen-
for tho Oaks, or tion, called the garrotte, which wa adopted by -_- ...
.ipo like'! Glencoe came out on the Craven rnee- Authorities; in putting the musician corruption flourished and when liberty was superintend/ml of the crsenal. The SPLENDID The t t
the Spanish
oppressed-of n re-action of that nature, I am which has been destructive than COFFIN coffin "h .
healin the Caroline colt, c. out of Zealots The convict plague more D(
-ting ? .to death, on,the 18th ult. was ceived 'he late king of
, sure, that if those will look at any for scorn now again on the I Madagascar wIth
; darn, and }Mnnto colt for a sweepstakes of seated on a low stool to the leg of which his persons manv years past large ar.d! 1I1: 'i'ivc one of silver. It

: 50 sov each. In the same Meeting defeated feet were tied ; at the back of tho} stool rose part of thefcountry' take any meeting great or decrease. The! numW or virtims has been fiuht left ;J.n5i and about three wIi
, Glencoe in a trot and won the Derby by into which at the heightof smalUas a sample, they will find no symptoms between three and roar thousand daily" feetIvilf IDd j
a straight upright post ; il.-tp and thu same; ia w .Jth at
that rational man would regard as a proof ; It w3r.: .
: Irniits beating Shilcloh Glencoe, Bendy4th iron any ., .
two ; "neck fastened an ring :
was w
a mans -'- _,: ed ot stiver: pbt.ps: t>lIolII; Iy riveted togt'with
. Intriguer, and a large: field; he afterwards opening with a hinge ; into this ring was placed of re action in the public mind Gentlemen! I ----- -- u J nail.* of 'lIP metal
same all
do and the country on the SAGACITY OP THE BSDOUIN3. t nudft fr it'uj
St. JamesN Palace Stakes congratulate myself
for the
over the neck fir the condemned, and, nt a given -Sp-ir.- -,!1 Uoll.t.s twelve1 thou ;,md 1
nnd will start for the St. Lc'ner with the highest by means of a wrench, the ring was happy termination of that contest which ha* The last number (if the micai Hen") $iltr'. i ; : dollars w eji VI
signal, .
. il-/t-d ift its construcsiun: _.
reput ition ever yet acquired by any horse tightened round tho jugular, and in one second given to the people of England and Scotland contain ept-fl* t1traE'f4 f'im ':Tvi"i--W t'-;: : of tesur''f .Imrjuifjlities \ .-.: in

.o! the same age. Of ShilelaH wo know nolhng respiration ceased, and life was extinct.- the means of all useful improvements and relying Notes; on tin P. .IOllinfi an-1 llYl n!'*'.: : 1 various kinds nE
iu and about th"- colfm beloti
more than ho ran second for the Derby; if [Spectator.M. I upon which I am persuaded they never extract the folio-vim! ; shewing to what rr> ;; <- i: ,. inif to btmaj b Bc bi

Bowever it be true that he has been tried to the i will bo misled or driven into any-violent cour- toni hinCT, d de'iret the Bedouin Arah puc I 'ty, I.m: ulin;.: ch.--ifly nt 9tjch tbin
Pion, who had distinguished himselfby duru>; !iff i h. !flOr'z -ii. r. &
j v-61b. better than Priam [so it is reported, ho ses. sess th '. ft'1'i! of treeing! foot '4fPfl? in f!* I| n thousi
his as "a soldier in several campaigns I.-y- 40 I'J!.jtir'I. ,; i. the silver i! invi
bravery .r :
: must be a strange good horse; but admitting ---- ____:_ ---- =---' -- sand.) I'r. pacu f>fci

this [that he was not quite fit on the day we having,: retired from service, married If 3)13133(9-Q Here I mutt offer sotnn: observations! on *. 1 i! :ji-n lt> ii- Up.,1; rind aii'tht'. ii-icl-v! h;t c5nfl vic
and lived carrying on the trada of ;: the out.iu tf f lhr. mil! '
tranquilly '? ( ) vt ..fi' ;
what bo in :
; .c.an scarcely crcdiil Plenipo talent vfe5 i<'h tin} BeJouins possess common ,
wino merchant till the Revolution of July From the New York Daily.id eTtiser- t 11 a!? ni" rr ii cl"thi'igI. I '"': )' ( I' 'I C
JJorious won tho Newmarket Stakes [or its with thi frm iudhns ofrnerica: -thf* iieul ,:: :n:lfn
when hs showed of mental alienationand THREE DAYS LATER FROM: EUROPE. : 'suits f r::
Substitutes] in a canter, beating Harum Scar- symptona ty of distinguishingfivitstr-p* both of! men an-;) r-ru .vcrre eight ) costly I5ihfj! ID'|'

tim and three or four others. Intriguer too has since been periodically attended by Our Pilot boat came up from below last beasts, the ground. Inthe American t Ir, hits and! fe-.s'i! rs, go-! ?"'-j bt''t" :: tlti)

his physician. On Friday evening he showed! boarded upon i!....-:' epaulets: a.-es: oldeo! < tia.
-won the Shtrely! :Stakes at Epsom beating be- evening, having several vessels below weoda tho impression I is! undo unon thin jins* : j.ur:, y.va tia

aides others Stnbally who was stated by the a greater degree of agitation thar. usual, and 'ind among them the packet ship France, capt. Arabia upon tho sand: and in the examination i",1'C! S\\'hl.d"l. ;'; 5: pears\! OIG1)it a.a
.party to be halftone better than Posscy, wiu- when his wife aitempted to soothe him he said. Funk which-sailed 25th Sept. from Havre and ef these impressions the \mrricans and Ilt.it.. .'r.HI ;, :,, m lS k', t9).vlii.: pterir..5 j jan1

.sr of the Oaks After the\ Derby Intiguer Take yourself off, for I feel I may do you tho ship Henry Grey, sailed from London the Arabs are perhaps equally: !skilful.1 1i 1it ""lt _I'J: i brtdt'( h:nkot.. I g

.was sold to Sir Thomas Stanley for 600 gum. an injury." She was not, however, alarmedand Sept. 28. By these arrivals we have copious i I though mav bs 'aii, that almost f'Vnry Bedouin wh'.ji.* -;,-.lfboar online silver .phte.: and k? n

0 cas, and won a stake nt Egham beating Cor- induced him to go to bed at 9 o'clock. He ; files of London papers to tho evening of the i a.qnir's by practice some knowled.vd sr>Ii'l ;'.!oj cup with .ianv others presented; d

net in a canter. It will be seen that by this i slept tranquilly till one, when ho became restless 26th, Havre 25th and Paris 24th Sept. all in- of this art yet a few only of the most enterpricin ''jiiu by tho King of f-ugl-in-l large qanti C

-that the running has been perfectly consistent and at 2 got up went into the diningroom clusive.-They also give as much later dates ir and active men excel in it. of tostU' i-';!!.(:.I. s-'tin:, !fir.e diY.hi. very val n

"there has been no in.and.out work as is frequently and opened the window. He returnedto from Spain and all parts of the ContinentWe The Anb who has applihd himseif diligently blt #ik! i'l..ibits <.l" M.digascar. &c. *! j:

the case with moderate horses and all the bad chamber, but soo'"n afterwards put.' aro indebted to Capt. Hray and Capt to the study of footsteps can generally ascertain mi sion'' riO-' !suv' that !tho cx:"":n3eofthefai?

on his uniform as a National Guard, and taking Funk for the latest dates have also the .il! i-ouM ci-it :hjvo bjca Ie.s tlan! )
tends unequivocally to prove the vast superi. if he we latest J from in>pesting the impression to what: : sixty poils 11I1

-oVity of Plenip-i. I his sabre placed himself as Mine were : Paris dates. All appears perfectly quietin 1 individual) of his o-.vri: or of som neighboring t'-*rIn: !!..
a sentinel at tho door of tho chamber of
The! 't London. British funds without the slightest ; tribe the footstep belongs, and therefore i is: 1t
following account of'tho destrvclion of''the t
who alarmed his
Vion, by got up, entreating -
see in the affairsof LloN-i' YJ:3Unutf.'f.tin'J' 1C
change.Ve no change
able to jndgc whether it was n stranger \'o: ; detail
convent of Arar.zazu is given in a letter him to return to his bod, but ho desired \
from Villa Real Spain. passed:: or a friend. lie likewise knews, from I a recent eruption 5 iH- Mount Vesuvious avon c
"Tho of'the
Gnipuscoa for tho Cossacks p
: night
.. her to sleep in peace
-- r.. ,. LONDON, Sept. 26.-Thn Globe of last the sligb/nes or depth of the impression whether MI l Ifittcis-itt English editors. Ancs
17th August the tfeneral-m-Cheif sent a
nero ne conunuea
should not ceme near pa-
of I evening adverting to the intelligence in tho the man who made it carried a load or not. tion during the summer begsin tA sUhside r
party troops to burn and) raze this imnnifi-: before the door for somo time, whon Mino"iou
:cent convent situated a league aid a halffromOnate. perceived that he was feeling about as if Paris papers received yesterday says it does "From the strength oifaintness of the trace he the 25th of Au2ust. On the 27th, 28th a ,(

This convent has been from time which however she had not read any thing in them that settles more can also tell wcether the man passed on 11wsame 29th, new craters cpmod and produced' mgcs

immemorial hold in reverence as the sanctuary to oet bold of tjie key, after locking herselfr ,with the regard to the north of Spain than to dav or one day or two days bofon-- awful t,) contemplate. Th,Jtisanu8of(; f 1:

the'VotfAPiion to remove confirm an increasing conviction that while ilicWHT,* no'i.! d *.. {Hi! fro.M their
of saints by the inhabitants of the four rebel-. him She has been cau -From a certain regularity! of intrrvnk C' n rat
in. She hPrfrJ -lY the cause of Don Carlos is hopeless more en- land old and ."u lei .
cus provinces. It contained 100 Franciscan : -I It. She hi done between the steps a Bedouin can jud e yourq.= igging through
friars.They collected alms : tieu I di-i tfot expect He then: moved ergetic means must be taken to reinforce his whether the man whose feet left the impression masses of hcne .l:P'erS. Fifteen bond
throughout % more 4C
th ptovincc of Navarre, Biscay, Alava;: and right. I am takl"> wover from time to time 1 army. was fatigued or not; as after fatigue, the hOll:';.':;, palaces and! other buildings,and25 fJ
quickly stopping. hC < Parliamentjwas Porrogued to 23d Oct. becomes and the intervals acres cultivated l.tnd wore destroyed J
XJuipuscea. At thru) nod contribution. of about half an hour pace more irregular, : ,
and crying Qui vine ..{icr fire. The of St. Feix! had alre
tfine and moat and bread: and ovejy necessary I w/Adre into his own ENGLAND. unequal. Hence ha can calculate the village ]I
he .icd K nlraite and
tjLttl luxure of life, were poured into the cellars CI /& 3 t3 sabr as lfne Parliment 25th.- a few minutes Mr Lee chance overtaking a imn. been abandoned. The lava soon poured !

of these hqly mcDThe convent was a complete i room defending himself with shotJ'L"d one ot the Clerks of the House of Commons," Besides all this every Arab knows the prin- on this place and in the course of an hi

palace ; .it contained every comfort thatQGul was in battle. At length he ,ff S"rnemourl after- attended by about 20 gentlemen, entered the ted foatstep.s of his own camels; and those houses, churches, and palaces: were all!
immcdiu' ':
il ne ce rend pas and House. belonging to his immediata neighbors.'. He stroyed. Four vilages some detached Iw
retired liiei agreeable, and Sh
: ; every.
that man could desire, a magnificent wards Miuo, Pion heard a heavy fall'. The Lord Chancellor then read the Com- knows by the depth sligltnoss ot the impression country villas, vines, beautiful! groves,andi
.fr Enjoyment ; ,
overcame her fears, anu! rushed into his r* whether camel and dens hich a fow instants before !
issued undr
and art excellent orchestra. These j uiEqsion the Great Seal authori- a was pasturing! present
where sho found him his face th
.holy men, whose profession is that of self-de lying on by 1 ;"ing' the Commissioners to prorogue Purlia- therefore not carrying any load or mounted magnificent! spectacle now resembled a seaI I

nial and poverty wallowed in luxury and idlefiess. bedside, with the sabre ran through his hedy. Lnt1'; ii.1'.1.1 Thursday, Oct. the 23J. by one persen only or heavily loaded. If the fire.:' Or, the 31st \ugitst, nothing buts e

; At the commencement of the rebel- She raised him, and the unfoitunalc maniac ThS' Cou'V.mons then withdrew. -. marks of the two fore feet appear to be deeper and cinders! were ejected and every Jfsr
had strength and courage sufficient to draw in tho sand) than those of existed oi; the being at fH
PORTUG \11.F. the hind feet he : eruption soon a
lion their cellars furnished and their
wine, ,
stores bread and meat, to the rebels. They I out tho swoid with his own hands, but died aff' om, I' M.-fnig Post. concludes that the camel! had a weak breast: The piiu-e oi itifl Princn of .:1tt.tv. tnm! ;a 1

formed magazines of arms and powder within I .\\ minutes after. ...f f the 13sh Comprises the nd this serves him as a clue to ascertain the 500 acres of Ivs land an utterly destroy
Our Lisbon (
EARL GREY. of o-.n.(:r. In fact a Bedouin from the -impressi .. The 'itHI',rs (IV11 during an entire nightVaples. oj
-the walls, and established nnd directed a press deserving' notice from the 18
for the printing of official bullitio and proclu- Extract from Earl Grey's Address to the the occurrenoes.s date of lat aVvic,"\ Don Pedro wax -'n of a camel's! or of his driver's footsteps iftlm hrva Larf -kc-n that! direct!

toations. They even had forges subterranean -1 company at the public dinner given to him at still alive. but our I i'; (7nd the PO. *I- draws so many conclusions; that he always it is said! there wvil.l hive o-ea an cad to 2city.

prenouncer1 !learns something concerning the beast itsowner .-Uos. ( our
Edinburgh. or
vaults for muskets. There !been mide
making -, were bility of recovery. He has a>: I I' 'ugth
:. belL all the councils of We have lived in times, : and yi some cases this merle of aoqui- -
war ; in fact, it was the extraordinary we sensible lint his dissolution i is .at .lwndi and U'J
which will the ring knowledge: appears almost supernatural.The SYMI-ATHV" !lu vou intend poingtoi: t
.focus of revolt, from whence the spirit of rebellion have accomplished secure cordin Iy had given orders: to .1)0 conveyed
was kept alive and nourished. But the just, rights of the people ; .but in the accomplishing from the \judato- the PaN' of his Bedouin sagicity in this respect i is won funcra! of poor M rs. 1 U- to rnorrovr'i
Queluz derttil and becomes particularly useful in the >,kefi ont'! !tody ol* another at -i nmrziing if-
work <
Ifcoly fathers must join the army, and seventy of that great strong parssions birth and when letter doscdVs:: left
our was .
: of their number joined the-Carlist forces 'were on all sidos excited' which conld not be lying in the very room in which he was 1 b ')I" 1 pursuit: of fugitives, or in searching after car Why I rauuotexjr.-tly sav.: Are there oc:

.leaving the old monks to keep possession of expected nil at once to subside, On tho one from I tie. ho" ks engajiwi: l"*
Judging the slate of the public min..d.u,
the convent to direct the press, and receive hand, tho i impatient of abuse inspired many { I have seen a man discover and'racc thc; i% Yes a j r(?, t number-" :
and the
.information anil.supplies fron. the neighboring with too heedless a desire to effect greater and Portugal [ same may be said of Span.11wo I I footsteps of his camel in a sandy valley, where Then I believe I shall go and take]
deem it
provinces. This convent was situate in the more extensive changed than necessity required much impossible for I the Lisbon Cortes!* I :h 'Misand of other footstep crossed in every I children for the poor little ihlnz* hiv'at K:

-centre of a rocky mountain a torrent ran be- and perhaps-to push even salutary reform to insulted legislatn longer.the House The members and the are I cH'L't'I'tiO.l and this person could tell the name oi l a ncI' t(> tln last !"ixvook: *.",-' r' /. '::!':
on ,
leaving ..only ,
neath its walls, an immense wood of moun- with a dangerous precipitation. On the other evcv .';ie who had !passed there in the course 1 _
other the Baron Reuduff character
ttia oak.extended 'far on every side; in fact hand, there were those with whom power long day (a of tha.t aborning. I myself found it often useful NOTICE. .
it must be confessed
: it presented the_most picturesque appearance possessed now lost or curtailed, had left feel ) was through to kn\v the implession made by the feet I :MVy.edic.I : \l accounts Inve been ph..t'41 wh3'I in'
the streets and followed with the cry of Theif : R. J. Hncttey. Fsq Tho.
that the could of bitterness behind Companions and camels as from
imagination conceive, so rrnan- ings producing opposition ofmy owr ; immediately I)thttcman. t
The people cannot respect Don Pedro's me may save cost by calling [
fetic to isolated separated as it were from them to the most generally expressed wishesof legislators, and much less their circumstances' which inevitably occur in the I JNO. -\lcLK\tOR;

world, in the centre of the most beautiful andSolitary the people I trust that the passions which dates. obey man- desert, travelers' are sometimes sepaiated from Tallahassee 13th Nov. IS'W(144( '.>

mOQntains I ever! beheld.-The chapel have been excited on both sides. will speedily FRANCE. thir friends. In pa ssing through dangerous districts U.VION B. .JVK OF FLORIDA

of the convent. was most niagnificient, the subsideund I rejoice in the hope to sec those the Bedouin glides will seldom permit a number Shares required by the Cb3It .

..cells of the monks elegant apartments. At feelings succeded, on tho one hand by the good PARIS, September 24, 1834. townsman or strang.er to walk by the side of THE Uuion Bank of Florda, having been "

:mine o'clock night, the party desfined to set sense of the people, controlling excesses of At two o'clock, yesterday Moustaya Rechi- his cammel. If lie wxevs: shoes every Bedouin 5Cr.bed.-NoTICI IS'HEREBT GITEV, That the ,

ilre to this massy edifico arrived. The friars violence, and, oh the other hand, a necessary el Bey Effendi, Ameji (Grand Refedary) of who passes will knV>v? by the impression Subscription in said Bank,are for the ['resent perfect

.frere ordered But, the. guar mn received an though perhaps a late conviction as to the necessity the imperial Divan, had the honor of an audience that some townsman has travelled that way, subscriptions SUBSCRIBERS by for filing Stock,their are notifi appraism lto >

'intimation to lake away the chalices and other of enquiring into and, ultimately as to of the King to deliver his credentials, as and if ho walks barefooted the mark of his mortgages anil certificates, with the Cashier,oaw$

:Jloly ornaments. The statuate of The hoy the'necssity of correcting, such abuses as the Envoy of the sublime Porte. His Excellency step )less full than that of a jpedouin, immediately fore the2d Monday in November n&xtorthe1tsllseriptions

Tirgto was also carried forth on the shoulders wants of the age, and'the increased intelligence and suit proceeded to the Tuileries in his betrays the foot of a townsman little accustomed will be considered NULL aND 'OIDeBy .

of tbeononks. In less than a quarter of an of the times require to be removed. Majesty's carriage, and were introduced by the to walk. It is therefore to be apprehended order of the Board of Directors.ROi1EO LEWIS,Cashier.

:iflur the altars were broken ,in pieces, piles of That ;is a'hope that I will cherished notwithstanding Count do St. Maurice Introducer of Ambas- that the Bedouins who regard eve- Tallahassee, 10th Oct. 1834.

-wood were placed in different that have of late sadors, and M. Jouannin, Cheif Secretary and W p!:
parts of the edjfice many things passed ry townsman as a rich man might suppose him It further jrderetl, That the time allowrf
; and in a moment the whole convent was notwithstanding the frantic .declarations that King's Interpreter for the Oriental Tongues. loaded with valuable property and accordingly fectin subscriptions for Stock in the UJlioII lJ

*jcn tftriase. Never did I see a more, impos- we have recently heard made, not only on the SPAIN. set out iiyiursuit of him. A keen .Bedouin Florida be extended to the 2d Monday m PC'By

jag epotacle ; the glare of the flames illuminated other sinne of the Irish Channel, but even in The Courier Francai, affirms that Don Car guide is constantly and exclusively occupied 'order of the Board or Directors '
8t.h Nov ROMEO LEWg
the monntaina woods for many leasues this country, from men who would drive us to los is in a state of ill health and disagreement during his march in examining footsteps, 34. [9-lOwJ .

around ; the night was dark and the pro- a destructive and fatal conflict-from men arrisiug out fatigue, privations and disap and frequently alights from his cammel to acquire ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlcA estate of the 1a'

cefsion of monks chanting and solemn hymnCould 'who know not what they do'-from men who pointment at his cause making no progress certainty respecting iheir nature. I : lJ\.LL NATHAN persons BIRD indebted are requested to the to maker .

be distinguished on the verge of a do not see that even a temporary success on aud: that his:: partizans are thinking of callingto have known instances ot camels being traced to the subscribeiv Those who hare c141 1S

dountain close to the convent. The soldiers their part, (a thing that would be utterly impossible Spain his eldest son who is about 17 yearsof by 'Iheir maste.s during a distance of six: days said estate, will present them for adjustment j"drJ'r.

l tedk possession of the wine, and sat around ,) would not fail to' entail consequences age. Unless the insurgents can make journey to the dwelling of the man who had Nov. 3, 1834. [t3-8w] R. PARISH. -'

i. bo,immense bonfire and drank to the health ultimately fatal both to, themselves and the themselves masters of some seaport to intro- stolen him. NOTICE. I

01 tbo .Queen. while nothing! was to be heard constitution. On what hope is this desperate duce supplies sent by their friends, or can cap- Many secret transactions are brought te S IX weeks after date, application will be lJeJ

\ t'W andbutuoi1and then flic report ofamusSred courage, if courage it can be c lIed; foundedI ture the magazies t>>>r disarm numerous corpsof light by the knowledge of the Athr, or "foot- the f honourable Letters of the Administration Court for the en countyson the

)Iii 'by the Basques in the mountains, tot am told that a reaction has taken place. It their adversaries it is impossible for them .stejtffVand a. Bedouia can scarcely hope"to HAWIT, >r JOHNSON deceasftd, late of said co

.t intelligence. to the Carlists of some cx.'Thor is pretended by these persons that a change to possess arms and amunition. A serious esrape detection in any clandestine prOCee !!!Das ? Nov. 8th, S3j6w1..B: SI

diary event having taken place. The is at band ; and, indeed many ,of them will embarrassment for the Carlists is the obstina. his passage is recorded upon tbe .rQad in I -I-' .. St.l\

; tik..i were marchod !into Onate, carrying tell you that such a change has .already taken cy ofthe towns in not embracing the cause of characters that every one of his Arabian( nejgh, .r$; & .uaUyeJ\F"--- ''tPd'''': at

cii1 -L"\em; the holy Virgins and terror and place ia the.'public opinion, that those who had the. Pretender. Their inhabitants are free hors can read, .' 'l'JE Dew and superior QOppeiJollBrig "

AjsAi' ;ittaroped on their countenances, Gen. engaged in the cause reform error, that they from the prejudices of the country people and ", JUNO, C p k-JQ1+! O\a. d

0. ;: rtl *J4dc; a icted 10 other punishment thanburfii have renounced their formeropinions, and that mountaineers and are too discerning not to THE ALLIED MONARCHThe Suabian For( igl} o York, and, will bavinsr"itood tv.e CSttJRq \

1ha.t4 g their conrenta in distant pro- they are ready to regret those reforms which perceive that the ,democratic institutions of Mercury has the following of the.28th qf August app'r to passage R..,' \biJ '
the or ,, ( l had omit have occurred. Reaction !' Vain the middle N.B.-Insurance isiibe e1fec ed 10\1 b1
quce&. In buiF, iiUng, already ages cannot bo maintained jn tjio from Brunn :_'f Thero are now ilJ tii** nov t5t2i-tay I i


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011 -quon. efcdiag' 4th October tlfe sales > I.
vereto atair extfcat "
: raised tad perverted> by-ywrr;'ia spmt of & aDd no T/10? in pnc" of' e-Prerioas week; tteATt WITH.SP IN. DR. ME JtKlb"e to 'Mas&eik :

C4 t rLORIDI I ness-Do yxm itttemptto make good your charge Sales Upland rend Mbb1echiey: at 6} to. 8) The'Treaty between the Oonr Dmeat of the ,professional services are tendered(&,&.

. against State supremacy, or.in ,their absence, atone I New Orleans 8J to 82 Tennessee, 71 to Sid. .United Statae and Her Majetty the Queen Regent citizenacfleft'enc4.'- county. It- ?
I AWi ro Qff for I Another letter states salat of the in the _8othN.r. 1834. iS-Swl) '
the injury intended 1 No air,,with all the dignity week ending the name and behalf of her Catholic MaJeSty -

NOV MBER 22.our of truly a "littlt mw", you say that I am seeking I 4th stock of October, 25,000 bales, at full prices. Tha Donna Isabel the Second;" concluded at From N'ftO For via Key We*for fi. ;.
'1 RDAY, "contrwtny vitk on the 26th September, 1833. Import for the Madrid on the 17th of February 1834 and duly Ta suioroppjj
. ,ou"-.aztqckin you,&c.with toeaJfc- week, 1866, previously this year, 738, 77Q ratified LUCINDA
I by both parties baa been HKsrss s
will by our ex- nut and wickedness sir officially pub ,
perceive Why if
. ever you was in : LIVERPOOL Oct. 1. lished. 'The material otuse & rail from New York
.1 the liberal part Treaty contained -. oa or aboat thv 15th
in different mar- a element .
GOT:2 prices current either w* a wnafl cr large way, you The of December. Pemms
J tbe I demand for Cotton continues good at steady in the folio wing articles: wishing toordev
j pc this aple of our country is still looking up. ought to discard such a subterfuge as this. prices. The sales on Saturday 4050. Manday 4000 AKTICLX.' I goods will bare an opportunity of doia* .

., 1A..J that and liberal prices will leave the plante Pray sir, who is it, that is seeking a controversy and yesterday 2500 bales, (no material change in Her Majesty the Queen Regent and Governess so in time for the above schooner. ,'' **

j t 'c;croP complaint, A in the fullnesSof their pock- and making attacks, with "teed",,, and 1C ltcl- prices) of which 3QOO American are on speculation in the name Bud in behalf of her Catholic CENTER & Co. are appointed agents for said
of schooner in New York
' ," 15 choice Orleans at 91 d will receive and forward
them will remember flu in this per
,CShartno doubt,that some of matter? The columns of your own pa. pound.ett2r Majesty Donna Isabel II. engages to the United goods free commissions otherwise than actual char.

tQl1'l r "yt. ten and printers' DEVILS, sometimes lack the per will prove that it is you-my Circular was ad- The sales of Cotton to-day be States as the balance on account of the claims ges oa them. > .

'* ful to drive away tie BLCSS and keep ere- dressed to the people of this Territory-you was not bags prices quite these of yesterday may ,quoted although at 2500 thc aforesaid the sum of twelve millions of rials vej- KERR .

t named or thought of in any expression in it.-But as market has been quietor. lon in one of the several inscriptions, as preferred .I ** { CENTER" SS&22r rL.

1'lb IIfcunderst.tblY that Co1' GlMBLE' the' President of an Editor, you nevertheless, thought proper to ar- HAVRE, Sept. 29 to Oct. 6. in one or several inscriptions, as preferred by the _!. Marks, Nov. 18,1834.TENNESSEEAN. [lStf

Bank is expected in a day or two, when raig before the public the sentiments it contained Cottons have Government of the United States 10 receive them FOR -4'
Uvion experienced a limited demand at for- SALE.
will go into immediate operation, unfairly too and when I four months after the exchange of the rat-
in which
: institution ; appear self-defence, and mer prices, remain firm. The sales amounted ifications. To close a parteor
'e capitalcf$3001000.I call to the of to 328-2 bales, including 533 Louisiana Said inscriptions by the proceeds thereof -
you proof assertions at 120 to
'pecie your you not only shall be distributed ship, I am author to Nil
by Government of
767 the
evade the 140- Upland, Mobile, &c. at 105 t( 132. Stock
-, i question and shrink from a free and this beautiful and fine
of death was pronounced on Tuesday last open of American on hand 25, 60.I United States among the claimants entitled ther- blood.
discussion ed HORSE
BAt I but close ihe columns ,sired the
of ceJe-
you by
Feltent't I to in such
your paper it
to be executed on Friday the I marner as may deem just and equit- brated
CRrTTESDON Carolinian
and against my reply, to the attack made Ly
"jo vcxt.I I by yourself; BY the following elections and thsoe whichwe able. >Sir Archy. I shall exhibit

'Itfly I I December. I this may be truly what is called "muzling the press." have already published, our readers will ARTICLE II. him in Tallahassee on the 16th day of December, 1834,

.1: NeW York elections have resulted, as f ttr as Then, sir, who is the Editor of the Pensacola Ga- observe the course of our opponents, which is The interest of the aforesaid inscription or inscriptions and then sell him to such person as will give the best *

oticnei, The from, in decided majorities in favor of the zette, that any one should wish to seek a controversy that of universal proscription towards the shall be jwid in Paris every 6 months, offer, on a credit oftwelve months, payable in Bank

rd with 7 Surely with such an Editor, every thing is to and the first half yearly payment to be made six with good end orsers.
C 'SuaUon- :_- be lost and nothing gained. whold State Rights Union oartv. Be it so. monthg after the exchange of the ratificatioas of An Overseer wanted for the ensuing year.-Enquire

le1l r -I be- thankful If .the country is not damaged by those chan- this convention. of the subscriber at Leke Jackson Leon county.13th .-
may perhaps for this timely
Nov. 14-4w ROBERT
NOVEMBER TERM, 1834. ges, we shall utter no comp1aint--und thiQ ARTICLE III.
' of the cour"e the party opposed to mentonds .
tb, The Grand Jurv for the county of Leon, in to pursue in this contest : since all the presses, point will be settled hereartcr.-Journal The high contracting parties in virtue of thc A fine Saddle Horse a

1SuLnd. their labours, ask leave to express in thiseJosIIIgr I believe in the Territory, will oppose me, though I FOR JUDGES. stipulation contained in article first, renounce, release d natural pacer, can be had upon liberal
that the last
aDc ;their gratification, since and cancel all claims which either terms for cash. Apply to
hope, none ether so illiberally as the Pensacola Ga- Circuit. may
but t few have Ocmulgtc Flint Circuit. hove
: e.hi f Ha of this Court occurrences upon the other of whatever class denomination WIVU BILLIARD, or
which) have called zette. The presses, arc in the general sense, the Judge Polhill, 171 A. 1\-1. Nov.
nired within this county, D. King, 17 or orgin they may be from the twentysecond 15.14tf A. H. MITCHELL.
KXir notice by any particular ;presentment orKent fountains of knowledge, and sentinels of liberty, of- ,I Mark A. Cooper, 88 Ju3. Srong88 February one thousand eight hundred and I

The general good order and peace ten adorning and illuminating society-though too I Bank: & s.atenllg', 4 Blank, 2 nineteen, until the time of singing this conven For Charleston

( been generally: observed thoughout.mmutiity often the wicked shafts of calumny and servile instruments Northern Circn ""i.-ldll! Circnit tion. I. THE substantial scbr. LAURA, has

"' which I hi* is J gratifying evidence that ouriirtiiisiiirreasaigin of corruption. I Judge Andre s, 17 I John Sjiiey, 167 -. pan of her freight engaged and will sail
t1I! JOS"Ih H. Vlmpkn 8G Judge Itoh, 89 as soon as possible. CjpInsurance can
abc intelligence and virtue In conclusiun permit me to reiterate *Six hundred thousand dollars. I
2 be
my Scattering. Scattem\g, 3 effected on this vesscl at as low a rate in Charleston
11l that the character of the Territory of Florida that my Circular in question, contains the true republican Vatern Circuit. FAUttrlJ Circuit. r-------- as any other of her class. She can accommodate

for* fill ; be unstainnMy the imputation which doctrines of our free and happy country, Thomas W. Harris, 158 John C. Nice1, 167 DIED, 10 or 12 paASen rs. J. DELANO Captain.

,'Lt1: '1!,t'm-niifs have heretofore endeavoured to cast and my readiaess to maintain them in any fair and Judge Dougherty 70 Judge Ls.90 At her father's residence in Florida, on the 29lh St. Marks, lllh. Nov. 1834.-*4tf
frt .thai our cui/.ens were more disorderly I and liberal discussion. also Steelman, 10 Blank, 1 of October Miss -
noit of the States.T1 expov many wrongs lllmk and S.auering 4SOUTHERN ELIZABETH' only For Sale or Rent, .
WE riiflt I : than those; of many and abuses in our Tcrritoria /g"O\"ernm'nl, in which daughter of Judjre JOSEPH and Airs. JULIA F. .: '
valaaMe FARM
of the Union there have been wit- CIRCUIT. containing .Thret
mlicr: ,
"Ie: ln pam of violence and lawless insubordi- speculation, office, and public money, have been the Istbal. d 3d hh 5th Gth 7th 8th McBride, in the 15th year of her age. Hundred and.Ffjly Jcres, one lumdifcd-of

,-c ( :PKScd scenes has occurred in our community ord r of the day, to the injury of the real interest of James po1hm, 73\8'1 RaJ R6 100 lIS: 145 Oh Death thou'st caled her long before hqr hour: which is cleared and under good fence, and now in
linn( nothing the be Thou'st called her tender soul by b.-tak of bliss cultivation. The Furm was formerly owned
.J. venial and offence the people, now to perpetuated by new party arrangcnin1s Judge warren, 888.8" 3-1 86 86 87 88 by Dr.
of l ltl)s.? petty I From the first blossom '
buta few and unite-1 still 6917117855)9 from the buds of joy; Flake-it about twenty miles from 'Talla-
stronger by views of Arth.A.Morgan, 46 40 dr. I
:4 ion ojVlm'.11 omnnt bcvniircly i restrained Those few our noxious fate unblasted leaves haasce and eight miles from duincy the
mnu:' ,on Bainbridtfb
) Fnllklin 23
Isa't ;I m the best rejrula led .rotnmunilifs, or those it&dividiial i- sclf-acr randiscinent, and anti-republicanism. That F. H. Cone, I 1 16 1 2 16\91101\ t 12 5 dr.21 ,, In this inclement clime of human life. road.The .

out-breakiigs of sudden passion, which in I upon HI proper occasion, I have thrown myself into Blank&5ttteri 1 : 3 _:3- 4 1 1 I 1 Fondest, sweetest girl and beautiful as sweet! improvements a good DwellingHoravGin
t''CI'socictv lave 'wensionally to be itis1icd.t the breach upon th? side of justice and truth against And young as beautiful! and soft as young House, Negro Houses, and Outhouses, &c. There

''IICI I ;\' also 'lake this occasion to congratulate! the th9*c abuses, whilst ray opponent, not even the Edi- FOR SOLICITORS GENERAL. And gay as soft and innocent as gay! are also good Grist Mill and ngar Mill on th*pre
::1 I e Ocmulgee Circint. And happy (aught here) as good mises. If of it will be
llr1 frhl(8V-ci /ens.)1 Leon county gcucnjr tor of the Gazette cxccptcd, have pursued an happy I not disposed Rented.' .*

'I tarj. Courl8nll opposite 1st ballot.! 2d 3ddrawn. For fortune fond had built thy evrie high : The terms will be reasonable For further information
|. ,on the favorable statc-of our agriculture at course. I go for substituting the claims and righteous J. L. Lewis, of Jones, 81 65 O how from life's bright morn thou'rt faded! apply to R. MILLER, or to the subscriber.JO.EPH .
1111C t tins J time, and 1 the) prospect t f more auspiciousMain iuflucnre of the people over their own public Hamlin Freeman of Jasper, 93 110 174 F. c: HARLEY

to he afforded by the encouraging matters, in the place of official arrogance and speculation Edward Y. Hill!, 8-2 80 82 Tallahassee Nov. 8th, 1934.-I4-3t .

"PI 1 tiJ, ufthe Union BPuk) of Florida to the enterju i/.e under which vre have been suffering since the Scattering, 1 1 41G7 MARINELIST.. .
.,11 and induty ()fOUr pl:11Iter5.: organization of our interesting Territory, and which JVorthcrn Circuit _
\ The Grand Jury present the obstructions mitt will sink us still deeper into vassalage and Colonial Albert G. Semmes, of Wilkes, PORT OF ST. MARKS. !! WILL be sold,,on Tuesday the 9th of
eceII "jllcvs in the streets of the City Tallahassee!! as Daniel Chandler, do 89 December, the valuable PLANTATION belonging .
l to the metropolis of Flori: slavery, unless cheeked by a patriotic: spirit of reform. Blank. 13d ARRIT D, Nov 8, to the estate of Benjamin Q.a.ker. .
! iancesdisgrafcful is collected from the I ? i; not time then, tha* this spirit should be H'cstern District. Brig Arathusa, Bright, from New York, with mdz n -.rceased, adj lining Laftyctt's toTvnshp, and
ard 1 del JSusnyill sunk annually roused ir.to action, and this influence thoroughly 1st Ballot, :?d' to sundries. lying within 7 miles[ of Tallahasse*, containing430 <.
titleilu Ci17.eISI! this City as taxes for the purpose of tttblished ?-That we s-Jjuuld no longer be Triple of Habersham. 87 81 83 Brig Rose, Holmes, from New York witn mdz to acres, more or IPSS-200 acres of which are' cleared
keeping:the streets thereof in order; and yet, the subject to Hillyer, of Clark 93 HG 141 Kerr &. S urges. and others. and in excellent order. On the place is a neat Dwelling
UJO'iI public of tlitse sired*, and also those leadrloiiie : berorruptel by Federal influence, or hcund to re- L. Franklin, 51 49 31 16th, schr. Wa..hington'aim, from New Or- House with all Ou''Daidings;! attacked,-an ex.

Tin ; z town !vu g in such situation ns to rcn- reivc its excrescence The power to correct politi- Barklev, 23 6 drawn. leans, "th mdz to sundries. ccllent Gin and Packing Screw included. Persons

l1P.rJtd dcr unsafe and dangerous fr the citizens of col: wrong should ever be with ihc people-a power Scattering and Blank. 1 2 1 C1f.A RED, wishing to purchase, would do well to call and dxam- .

l Ut; ; |.nru to'i' lt the town, isnn instance 01wgtls' lu-ver safe ia il.e hands of those beyond their control.In Flint Circuit Nov. 12th, brig Somerset, Lewis, with Cotton, for inc for themselves.! The subscriber j is now at the .-

: anal) default in some of the City. authru'es. the end, sir, a word on your own account-As 1st Ballot. 2d 3dStark Charleston, S. C. union, and will with pleasure, give all information required -
Schr. Lucinda Westervelt with for New
Cotton those who
to wish The
wl'U'h .should lie corrected; and ihey trust you have shown yourself a public mil in a small of Buts, (I 78 101 135 York. I I will be sold on the premises.Terms purchase.. plantation

' tui
f cessity .,rJ resort to the measures which the I f an "Editor in a l<"g:' and libernl way ]II ry republishing B. F. Harris of Monroe, 45 34 THE IV.'IL TOf L.1S'D.E.'lR. ?..ll.L.l11.1S jt.E WM. J. RHODES, Adm'r.

HHj.t.s'lllll! be tfltrel.cmclcinuo. f all the communications rf'.af'n! ; ? to this subject, with Huson, of Bibb, 19 draw.n. FOR SALE. Nov. Uth 1834. ((14tda) With the Will annexed,

TuI T.ie Gran.l: Jury uresent life fcqueni recurriicf some fair r.nd liberal cflurts to sustain the consolidating Middle Circuit, Eastern Circuit TN pursuance of an A-; of the L IiatiCouncil, N rulition to the Hirmer assortment of FALL

! Kicciions! as an <*vi;! which sl 11 auld he reine and othrr doctrines of your pany ; or if Urn FOR ATTOHNET GENERAL. \V. H. Stiles, of Chatham, _R_ approved Feb'y lOih, 1834 ; w; Ji under.-leiifd I Goons, the s'lbscriher has just received DCrbriir .
a folly iuir legislature, l l' a law uukiuji nil the Sarns of Richmond 170 elected without \vill expose to public sale, in front of the Auction
In ( y : canr,:' bs done, make an open and your uual dignified re opposition. Hose, the following GROCERIES, which i'iiT b:
Tar ous(kctiJm$ ;I" far as |pr,1cticalle.: held l l at t.'ieBJine of "Campbell, of Jefferson, 8-2 Room nf Rob art Hackley, i i'1> the City of Tallolias- soM! Hr cash vi/
wil ov ,
"iraeav 1 av y.iur inability lodo so. YOMT I :
presntdilemma 5J see, on Saturday the 13ih day of December next tu i
time, and at a M.MSJII nearer the btsioii! of Scattering, : 200 bIJ fresh
tlicLccislature.Tk I certeiiily endaugers your well eaaied ho 1st Ballot, 2d. 11 o'clock, A M. Six LOTS OF LAND, containing ,10'' .supcrfiinc Flour

Grand Jurv1lo Cunsulrr, ilu- effort of tin- nours, as well as the FUCCCSS of your new political Evans of Twiggs 9-2 114 acres each, being a part of the V, atum Tr.ict, Jj-lin 200! sncksjrrouijtl Alum Salt,
? arrangements. Yours, &c.WILLIAM. Sulivan of Pilai 75 (II lug the land, of Sam'l. H. Duvi l ai.d Bn Chiircs, 55 bbls. pi i'it- Pork,

dre'Ii fri llet ail' deincaiiMrs: of 133-2, requiring pro- Burn
250 secuuirs to be placet! I to certain .indictments, and quality, and from their conuguityjto the City or Tallahassee I Rice, Goshen Butter, Cheese,'Potat.ieg, &c;
them liable in faihre of the AUGUSTA MARKET. are valuable The terms of sale witi '
nuliiiifj to costs case THE CoLUMBus BANIT.-We have never witnessed very HENRY BOND. .
prosecution, as dcletcriuu.s ami 1 demoralizing. Un- COTTON.-Thc Market has become more settle more excitement than was manifested be a credit of twelve months, the purchaser gvin; Nov. 15th (14t1)STOB.GE

radl feiaj'crson' is to be fuunu to volunteer under *" since our last 1 nnd was firm yesterday at 15 a15cboico I in relation to this Institution. A number yesterday bond and approved security, on the payment of which, __
l titles will be executed on behalf of iheTerritory. BUSINESS.
svch penally to prosecute, the most outrageousVcBfhtsof 16 .enls.-\Vc were under the im- ol bill holders made a sudden rush for the specie
IOC the ;peace go unpunished ; and on the pres k :i sow time ago that the crop of this year and at 10 o'clock the counters were covered-with CHARLES AUSTIN, Treasurer. THE subscriber has soM Ins Improvements io .
woulctat! least those of but sub THO. BROWN, Auditor. town of St. Marks, but wishes it distinct
oilici hand thc muliciai i equal past *
stniujre t temptation to a : years the shining duct: and all the officers were busily Sale I RO. J. HACKLEY Auctioneer.
UKel i 'il the! information so far from sustaining that im- by ly understood by his friends, that he bas no design
in sequent
pro( -ccutor .1\ tl'( commit perjury engaged in the work dealing out. The cause November 21, 1834. [15td:>]
tends establish the The leaving Territory, and has i en ted the building
necessity if sii"taitiing the prosecution to avoid preWniii to contrary one. ofthts man u\'rc seems to have been a report
tiie payment of the costs.; early frosts seems to have a serious cued upon which gateered wind that the Bank was brokeIn R. II. HARRISON M. sold by him for the en wing twelve months under

The Grand it and the recent letters from the country all SURGEON" DEXTIST the expectation puttiiiff up more spacious
1 0 Jury .iso i present tllat' ;lat crea- our lives we do not recollect to have seen a ,
- tin; 'addi ioi.al peunlties for the harboring of run- concur in the opinion that the crop will [be a more diversified assemblage of countenances then r ENDERS his services to the citizens of TullJL :- and convenient improvement before the expiration .
>DCai. short OflC' The sale* of Bacons too are very hassce and its vicinity. He i is a graduate of of the lease. .;
ffiv 1Jeroes. and making it a crimd. ;punisliahle were crowded together in a few minutes after the "
pe limted. The Merchants in New Orleans write the old school" of Philadel{hia. He also received JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.
by ip1itig. and fue should be passed by the.Le was-heard'dcmnnding the officers
pay up
rs' a tegular course of instruction on the science and St. Marks Nov. 14th 1834. 14tf
will be in that and ,
that the large quarter
gislature.Tlic: crop the chink. We have not heard the amount of the
practice Dental Surgery, aid has had several
years Liberal advances made Cotton
for New
frost but the oa
Grand deem this had experienced no ; country papers
Jury not not an improper experience in his profession as a Dentist. His diploma
'l'( occasion to express their approbation ot theJ.idch of that section say directly the'contrary. run.Our planters need not slay away a moment on or other credentials will be willingly exhiuitctl, if -'., _J. B. P..LID.yLVISTR.TOR'S .

311 course of his Honor the Judge of this The Mississippi Grand Gulf Advertiser of the account of this matter. Bring in your Cotton required. He is prepared to attend to all cases coming NOTICE.

iwtha D'htnct, and ihe high estimation in wliich the 20th ult. says there had been severe frost in : [f you dont like Columbus money you can get any within the limits of Surgical Dentistry-He inserts .A LL persons bavin? demanJs against the estate of

! ftemk-rs! tiiereoi' hold }him, nS:1 man, a citizen, its neighborhood on the previous night; and I other sort. We make this remark because we understand the mineral incorruptible or the natural Teeth- P&. Patrick AfcGri/f/ deceased, laic of Gadsden.Co.
and a judge.Jaiuis several other papers in and about New Orleans that this run of Banks has Treats with success the diseases of the gums and Florida, arc notified to present them duly authenticated
one our
in the that the storms and cater upon sockets-remedies or obviates irregularities of the within the time prescribed by law, or they will b.
M. Vickcrs, Jolin Cook, concur opinion been gotten up by persons in turning our plan- Teeth-which can always De done previously to forever barred ; and all those that are indebted to th.

b II. Mattox, Benjamin Hail, pillars have destroyed it to the extent of at least ters trade from Columbus.-Columbus Enq. adult age ;) cleanses, whitens,and polishes the Teeth; above estate, are earnestly rcf !tested to come forward,
! Joseph.Miller, J.unes F. Troth, one .JlIrrh.-Chronidc plugs, extracts, etc. His charges are as moderate as make payment on or by the first d.Ty January net .
,1iFi' of. L. 11\1'5. James S. Saxon, I From the N. Y. Convnercial Advertiser. those of respectable artists in our large cities north of 31ARTHA McG RIFF, Administratrix.

tha Haire.: Henry Williams, COTTON MARKET. NAVAL.A this, wll ich arc as low as can well be afforded by any AUGUSTUS H. LIER, A&ministmtor.

:an1 J. w. Hate; Uichard Shelter, Much excitement has prevailed iu our Cotton IcttT from Capt. CONNOR, of the U. S. ship man Who has qualified himself for the profession, and Nuvcmer 6, IS34. [14tf] -

John Stephen?, I James Williams, Market during the past week. Wednesday John Adam, Funchal Road, Madeira, stales that executes his operations in a neat and substantial man- COPARTNERSHIP.THE --

H. B. Bradford, Oliver T. Omshy, evening last buyers were generally active, ant a that ship arrived there on the 8th September. The ner with proper materials his services, when rendered subscribers have associated themselves ill.

th Patrick: Smith, ) \Vm. B. Clark, rapM advance was made in pricevJ "veral hits officers and crew are all in good health. Our commerce do not prove satisfactory, no pay will be ac under thc firm MARTIN $ BU T..
George Willis were said on thit day at. 14 cents. pOn Thursday has uot met with any molestation from the authorities cepted.Dr. N. M. MARTIN, '
naub< 141 was considered thc average price. It is now of this island since the change of its government .H. has been compelled by the state of his health, Nov. 10, 1834.-14tf WILLIAM H. HART. .
Z.\CHACUII C. FonT, Foreman. from 14J to 141 cents.V c would adviseour in June last. The sloop of war Erie, Capt. to seek a Southern climate, and has determined to -
LEON SUPERIOR COURT, > Cotton PEROIVAL, was at the Island of Madeira, on the 17th spend his winters in future in Florida ; he will there- .
friends to hung in their as speedily as I indebted the of BCXJ. Q.
to estate
fore be and from persons
NoAdj'tl.rerm, 1831. J I of pttmLer-officers and crew all well. The U. professionally responsible, exempt ALL
possible that a small advance may be made.V c S. schooner Boxer, Capt. Page, bound to Rio Jan what is to be alledged against itinerant Dentists.He LItER, are requested fc make immediate payment
November 19ih 1834 On motion of Mr \Vcstcott of & and those demands said
know of no reason for this sudJenrise prices, eiro has to sea from Hampton Roa s. occupies a room at Alston's Hotel. Ladies will having against estalC' ,
3. U. S. District Attorney, iu behalf of the and therefore we would be unwilling to see our His B. gone M. ship Arachne, Capt. Burney, at Baltimore be visited at their residences.Nov. 22. flalf) will render them in, duly authenticated. .
Grand J'jry, ordered that the said Presentment their with the WILLIAM J. RHODES, Adirfr.
planters holding Cotton expectation on Thursday, from Jamaica. She brings pa.ssenger NATUANIEL TORNER
)) annexed-
be Nov. 15th ISM.' theVm *
(148wVitli -
filed, afccl(t a copy furnished for publication by higher ones.-Columbus Enq. Capt. Kitson, of the Royal! Engineers, whois vs. Attachment. Superior ;

the clerk. JAS. S. LINN, Cl'k. charged with the duty of erecting Light houseson EDMUND SMART and 1 Court. Jefferson County, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

MACON MARKET, Nov. 13. the Coast of Florida and the Bahama Islands, iu WILLIAM KIDER. { Middle District, Florida. ALL persons having demands againstthe estate ol ..

To th Editor of the Pensacola Gaxcllc : The excitement has prevailed for a few hours pastin conformity with an arrangement entered into some defendants and all other p rsons interested, : ; MARR late of Gadsden county, are
U SIR the Cotton Market, has been the means of raising time ago between the governmets of Great Britain THE take notice that suit has been instituted as hereby notified to present them without delay properly
-Your reply to my letter of some weeks which assign and the UniteJ States. On arriving off the Lazaretto i authenticated to the subscriber: And persons in
for we cannot any
to an extent
prices Nov. Term of said Court 1834.
Passed above returnable to
..okc relating to your animadversions upon my good reason. From HJ to 131 cents the carlv part of the ship displayed the American ensign at the fore- The Defendants, are required to and plead to debted to the estate are requested to make immediate.
Circular, has been columns of rhe head and fired a salute of seventeen guns, appear W. O. KENAN Adm'r.
ecet received through the the week, we now quote 15 to 17 cents. last mast the declaration therein filed, according to the Statutein payment. .
lour paper. The display of illiberality and arro- Liverpool occounts to us by mail, are to the 27th Sep- which was returned by fort McHeary. This vessel such Rocky Comfort, Gadsdut county, \ ,
'Isr. flce which time from 71 to 9Jd wounts 18 thirty two carronades, with a complementof cases.GEO. November, 1834. $ 14-8w
of gber at were
this u forPl'ff.No"embcr
reply, would under almost any otherlrculUstances prices themselves 115 men-whom with the commander and officersof Y. WARNER, Att'y -- ,.
than the present, to bid me noticing Our friends in the country should avail Market higherat said vessel are in good health.-This is the first 17th, 1834.-15tf FOR SALE,
of the favorable state of our COlton ,
11. In rejoining, however, as a matter\f self-de- this tune than in any other southern city, and bring: instance for many years, of a British vessel of war -- NOTICE. THAT first rate Tract of Land on the.Inmonia

J fente, I most be excused from considering as legitimate their cotton in without delay. Our river is still low anchoring in that harbor. weeks after date apdlication will be made to adjoining W.W. Davies and others, containing

.,' matter the honourable services you may have but freights considering, reasonable-Shipments, to I SIX Hon. the County Court for the County of about 828 acres, unsurpassed in fertility of
in the
rendered m Eambia "a tmall Savanah, have been made at $2 per Bale. There TREATYWITH SPAIN. Jefferson for Letters of Administration on thp estate soil by any land Territory. For terms, eke
as public man in a way, which will be made to to
or the has been no advance upon prices in heavy articles, Washington Globe contains a copy of the of THOMAS J. >DLET deceased. easy thepurchaser Apply
/ causes that lead to your laying the offices you BAUGH Adm'r. J. S. BURNEY, Augusta,U.
held in i but rather lower in consequence of large receipts.- between the United Stetes and Spain, and JAMES ,
that treaty Aa sta,22d Oct. 1834.
quarter down, or ratiier! some of them SARAHAN HADLEY, Adm'trix.Nov (1210)I
JKeutngsr. of State has issued the following notice r.
"Ynig you down, for I hold it unfair to introduce SAVANNAH MARKET, Nov. 13 the Secretary 22183t.156wA FANCY STORE.

. such m:1t1er: in into the *ent canvass, CPTTOM.-The demand for Uplands the last week in relation to it : BERRY
anyway pr -as. respectfully informsth Ladies f
New Orleans
of the convention concluded
hiwever has been brisk and prices have advanced fullya By the fo rth article ,
much it might cmbelish the escutcheon very .LLL Middle Florida that she has just received aLh*
of the honourable influence the half cent per lb. on our last quotlions. The prin- with Spain onjthe 17th Feburary last a copy : THE schr. WASHINGTON, Capt. residence in Tallahassee,a general asso tment of Jtf3linary .
Toters judge Wright, or cipal sales have been at 15 cents. We quote 141 a of which is published with the Presidents Rrocla- SWAm, will sail for the above port on ad Fancy Goods and intends importing
V As the Territory. 15, a 16j for prime new crop.-Mercury mation of the first instant it is stipulated that the -__- Saturday the 29th inst. For freighter the latest fashions in her line. regularly

an editor, sir, of a public journal, yow must NEW YORK, Nov. 8. United States will deliver to the Spanish ministerat Dauaclt, apply to Kerr & titurges, or the captain on On hand, coloured Urn de Naples, coloured Satias

jrmit me to notice you You published my Circn- COTTOH.-The Cotton market has been active at Washington six months after the axcbaoge of boardst.. Marks 23d,Nov. 1834. ('itf.) Florence and Chambrays; Marino,Cloth and Circas

111 your paper, and took the liberty (your right) Liverpool for the week ending Sept. 26. Sales 32, the ratifioations a note or list of the claims of 'Court-House for Leon County. slant j Fancy Ball dresses; Crape Shawls and Handkerchiefs

of 1 commenting upon it. In those comments, how- 300 bales. So far as they had gone in the next week American citizens against Spain specifying their undersigned Commissioners foi the County Long Lawn; Diaper; Linens and Xttneti

ner, you clearly misrepresented, and perverted my dated amounts respectively. The ratifications having THE Leon will receive sealed Proposals until the Cambrick Handkerchidfs ; Corsets Hosiery ut Perfumery
of letter received in this city,
Extract a -AJ1 of which she will sell low for eaitli
political___ opinions- and denounced them as a political "Llv Seth Sept. 16S4.cc I been exchanged at Madrid on the 14th of Augustlast 1st of December next for the erection.: a COURTHOUSE NOT. 15th very. of
It 1 roLL credit. 1834(143w. )
."Jf",&c.-a charge as unfounded as I well knew have to received two bales of new the term within which this list is to be fur- for said County. The Co llB r furnish _
We day I will the 14th I all the materials which must be of:good quality, DISSOLUTION OFTHC COPARTXERSHJ .
S intend for political effect in the approaching Paul Fitzinmons, nished to the minister expire on day ing ,
Cotton branded '
Georgia one i It is requested that and must stipulate at what time the work will com copartnership existing under the rosso of
et1OL It became my duty, therefore, to expose and the other B. F. Giten per the Caledonia; and : February next. claims therefore the Spanish Government mence and when the same will be completed.A & ROCSK is this d y dissolved by o&aal

1" fallacy, by a temperate and frank explanation, although she bat had rather a long passage it..' all persons having against since the 22d of plan of the Building and all other necessary in I consent: All indebted to the joint concern, ss. in

:4 *:hica I did and invited you into the open field of gives UI the new trop here a great deal earlier, which"have originated i the formation. can be had by application to either of the formed that payment is to be'made to JRe&r.Ftinty .
before the time of
'lacussion upon the subject in point. It is true, Itt believe than it ever came before.-We have Eebniary 1819,.and singing undersigned Comntissione. Ducal who ia fully authorised to Mtxle all accowSU t
righteously of sweeping deWCiition brisk market since our last with a further Convent and which are supposed to be includedin 8RN CHAT" } an4 all having any claims against a.1dcoDCZII'Di 'srequested
? complained your had a in The continual favorable. the terms of the said treaty will send to this JAS. S. LINN J to present them to him. -_ -I;
of the doctrines of State RlfkU and improvement price io check Department without delay a note thereof specifying RO. J., HACKLEY, } ALEI R. FORMY DUVALl -
.c Rtmeditt", as contended for in mf Circular, accounts of the coming crop may keep the 8th the .t.ne and amount of each' claim andthe Commisttomors COI'LeoD'COt1Dtl"To1J .1 CANADA ROUSE. I -, _

I ttithoat proof or argument to sustain your .position Our latest" accounts ftpnrKewTork. are to name or the.1--i "sw Oct. 18$, 1834. (lit I T&!-'hAssee. Nov.4,1834.'t1 L13z4t.
Bt1lJ sir when Sept. -ChfOfV. f -
I ask for proof uxdtwad 'rJWDw


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I NOTICE. ROWANiys.TomCiMKTURECASTOR .FRESH BH1J IS9 WINES b AFaravFof, l ., .S .Sbipping..Ot. .; 'j

leUnrt do
THX subscriber hot having to >'STDRGES V V
to' .
, IIftttR Law partnership formerly existing between OIL, QUIJVWVB, ,Surgical .Instruments, .4'C.I ., V rote to it, wishes to sell his. FARM, lying RERR ; Cotton-they will ) '

,I, P"- John P.Booth and James Westcott Jr. hath Also the celebrated "Rto LINIMKMT" forRhtmma.- HAVE just received a full.supply' ol fresh 1 orth and ,Eatt of Tallahassee, containing Cotton entrusted to their care fo aa -

I oeen.dissolred by agreement.March tism, &c. 50 cts. bottle. I Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure 400 acres of Land, of which 140 are cleared, under market in the United State or V ahipaa_

t 1834. JAMB'S CA&MINATITB BALSAM an excellent Medicine MUSCATELLE WINE, good fence, and in good heart. The woodland is oak purchase at either their Stores in T lIQ re
in colic bowel complaints &c. 50 cts. bottle.. and with s.'me hammock. There is a good Mtrk.
hickory, (
of the OCt.4Ib,19
j CARD. "Dr.Sroosi INFANT Daors" for bowel complaints o in bottles, imported specially for the use Gin al'tI Screw or. the premises,and all necessary Ow (

JFKIO declined a continuance in : children, 25 cts. bottle. sick. Weigand & Snowden's superior AMPTJTATiico Houses. Also, a few Mules! tha stock o'Cattle, hogs, NOTIC .-At the neat session the I'

f. ,:*: Florida*nd accepted the Commiwon "Dr. WEAVER'S ETE SALVE 4E : ) 25 cta.each. TRKPHIWINO, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECTING and Sheep ; a supply of Corn and Fodder, and all th Court o'Leon County I s'lall apply fJ,

. 1 Middle District chiefly that be might of WATER ) and POCKET IKSTRUMEHTS, in cases. Plantation Tools! of my ffccoim s as adminis-ntor of JawLat :=

./y bit and friend remiuifly in Florida, to and the practice elsewhere, Do. Itch Ointment 37 per box. STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and TERMS-One-third cash, the balance in one and two which time my accoaak and Vot1chers II

to him ii the Court of Appeals,.in Do. Worm Tea & Salve. 25 .. each. Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &c. years. Apply to J. H. Randolph, l\.. J. Htckley or sented settlement.. 'fill b *

Middle 1)ittnctor in the Superior Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts. bottle. An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the the subscriber. THOS. E. RANDOLPH.Nov. H- F.IMj\O'3 V
Counties in Wwt Florida, or Ad &
tit h IHJl. l. '
"I, Couiitiw, Jeorjia, will receive the -ALSO- Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm,Catnep, 1st, 1831. (i2tf) rar.

.._attention.. effectual"THE means ROAcn of&clearing BED-BuG houses BANE, &c., of which Roaches and an Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoraui, Savory, Bargains Bargains lots of Bargains 1
Thyme, Cellery,
MIDDLE FLORID Bed-Bugs.Sacherorueters Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers, Thermometers LIME, JUICE and LEMON SYRUP. -I-('ST received |per brig Gertrude from Baltimore, I 5

t If. Superior Court. with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS, SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CURRY. QJ und for sale low for cash, a general! assortment -,

J. In Assumpsit &.just received by E. B. PERKINS, English, French: and Prentis's Soaps and Per- of GROCERIES, consiaring of

} Oct. 4, 1834. [8-6m] Druggist. fumery. Mrs Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- Fresh Fbur, (this year's crop *

fl Attachment. nard & Noye'a celebrated INK and INK POWDER Tlacon and Sides, New Orleans Sugar, 1

given, that process .f Attach CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA, THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, &.. Pickled Herring. Rice, Soap, Liquors( Sfc. tI:

: issued in the above stated cause, October 21st, 1834. S E. B. PERKINS. GEO. H. L1NDENEF.RGER. /.

z to the next Term of said Court. Board of Directors of this institution, have Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [4Rtf 1 s; October, J 9:1 to [8tf] j! -
,: all others concerned, are notified THE day declared a Devidend of five percentum J

, in accordance with the ; for a settlement, and shall apply to tl-e! .
;ii filed, ending the 31st inst. payable to the Stockholders or FDWARD LOOCKERMAN, J
; made and provided. I their legal Representatives, on or after the 1st of November Hon. County Court of Jackson county, for Letters vs. > Assumpsit. ii

.*1 JAMES A. BERTHELOT.I ensuing. L. A. THOMPSON, Cash'r. of Dismission as Administrator of th.' estate of DAVID EDWARD BARNWELL, \

'' October 1834. (12tf) ROWELL, late of said county, deceased. -
Oct. 25.
JNO. M. C. ROWELL, Adm'r. ripiFIdefendcnt: an J all others concerned herein 'Co
i Sale. 1934. r47-6ml are notified that an A.TTACHMENrhas been surd
24th Tune
: in Jail in Monticello, Jefferson county, NsuRA ,
LODGED out of the Office of the Clerk of the said Court, and ; : '
in December next,I -will of- the 21st instant, a run away Negro LAND FOR SALE. I they nre rcq I'M1 to apt! 1r and plead to the declaration _I be effecte: .. ,* a f'.raict8nn72REeaJRCtont : --
the Court House door in the Man, who says his name is ISAAC, and that he belongs East from th., ''ui.--ribvi
Ei bth of LAND,Uy ins 6 miles N. confonnab-! the jiatute.KmVARO it:enit.f the Protecta *
Jackson county, Flo. so much of to John Miller of Madiscn county, Florida. Isaac ONE \ -The quality is erood-F(r further I I CHANDLER, ranre '..:: paiy; Hartford t.onnettcuL ? Ina-
LAND known as the Northwest is about 30 or 35 years of age,dark c.ornpler.ted-somc particulars, apply to R. J. HACKLF.Y. Or1. 1SL' t '..i. .w3m: O'O PltittT. plicp'uw! Jie laIr Cash value ofth ey ?
15, town hip/No. 5, range No. little touched with the rhcumatick pains-about 5 feel Ort 25 (lltf.) I ilate.1, aad satisfactory evidence, farni prop dof51recMiess '

tosr.tisfy the amount of El izur 10 or 11 inches high-wears a round coat. The own- I'lMULAMATlON) of the representation, and the J

the year 1934. The above land er is requested to come forward, prove property, pay I ADMINIR3'RAT9R'S NOTICE.' haraeter of the applicant. The g 1IIort B
the waters of Chipola, and expenses, and take him away. ALL persons having claims rainst the estate of BY ind its fairness and solvency oftht Ole

of James F. Wachab and the THOMAS HARDYMAN.Sh'ff. H\RLET, deceased, are hereby notified to GEORGE K. WALKKH, lied on. punctuality may E. becon 1ltJ)11 oldi

\ A. Jackson, der'd. and Monticello, 25th Sept. 183 J. [ 8tf J : prcsnnt their demands to the Administrators within Secretary and acting Gooerncr of Florida. Tallahassee; r'cj.22. 1831. B.PERKlSl.

% (6-3m) two years, or the same will be forever barred. '7tt -
A NEGRO :FOR SALE, JOSEPH HARLEY, ) A dm'rs Jnmes it has: been r .prcve..u.w.j C" me, that

-[ALSO in March next, will be of- to the estate of FRED. SIMPSON, JOSEPH F. C. HARLEY, \ Harley.dec'd. WHEREAS man, the propjuy: .,f JosephB. COMMITTED who to my say care they as are run free a.ways th
BELONGING sold Tallahassee 29 1834. (8-8w) Watts, of thp county of J.lTersoti is gutuy: of the but ha"
much of the quarter sect to.-of is a likely fellow, and if not Sept i no papers to that effect ; they rail them lyea
83 of section No. I shall him to the highest bidder on V V murder of a nerrro man named TOMth.prrpcrty (If Junes John Johnson and Willian
LAND known a* the Northwest 'ucr privately, put up Christoperthey
3 No. 4 10 N. nnd W. as will be the first day of Jan'y next. R.; J. I1ACKLEY.Oct. NOTICE. ?:.ol. A. Bellamy, of s.iid County, by "tnMrng him on are between and 30 of Camni Jtr
sufficient, township to ,the range amount, Carter Grnntland & 4. [fStf 1 II IIX weeks after date, application will be made to the night of the second of ptnnber, of i\t\ present -Jones is about years 5 feet age 6 ,o tcomplcxioji arl
satisfy K the Hon. the County Court for the County of and that the said negr' man bus flc.t frt'i: justice inches hip-
1834-The is about
Go's taxes for the year 1833 and sime NOTICE. Johnson 5 feet 4 inches high, hasa trC
Leon foe Letters of Administration tho Estate of tube
being and the waters of C hi pola,and hound.dbythe on : tween his -Chambers :< about
lying 6
on feet
notified that the under- GRAXDISOM GLOVER deceased. Aotr : of law, r..t dob"rjbv .'!- hid
afAlumed persons are heieby therrfore n pursuance <
Davis 0
Jahn made
lands of Amos J. Ba'.tlc ALL siu : They are all ,! .fn -
Administratrix of DAVID JOHNSON, late \%TM. P. CRAIG. fer a reward of Two HUNDRED DOLLARS lor h's :. .- .\ey-- le1 say :!I '
$ by said Carter Grnnlbnd & Co. kn-ico ('11 the Eastern coast of Florida in
THOS. M. WHITE, of the county of Leon, deceased, intends at the next f'croh.r 11t'1. 18M. 110-Gwl prehension, and Mfc il.-livcry in siy: jail in :i h. t .::4- '. t ':"'all i boat.. TI\\! Tlt.r are AUf'ISL r
March Term of the County Court of said of Florida. request trprojxriy -tie to
Spring [ ] dIe .
"V Mariannn, 14th Tax Sept.Collector IB3I. [6-Cm Jackson] County. County: to settle the account of her administration: JT3-LOOK AT THIS !4tl And I lo hereby enjoin all Magistrate i a" f*". ..' C.-;- .t'l<.: ",,. I/rov Lfiv ray: ; \-..':F.HRir,.Ses.. a..t.-.1.i..t. i'awy

and procure her dismission and discharge as such. Officers, to be vigilant; in the apprehension of ii.- I .. .i V .. : ""

HJ/'r'S HOTEL. Sept. 15, 1831. (Gtf 1 MARY JOHNSON Adm'x. New Slore Monrop-st. cuscd and in bringing him to jU li.c. 1 -Iy"M.. .,.. :.V : 'V .:ty f1 T.J,
BEN is a negro niin a!unit five lei-t hh! b'nfi:: cpl >. -

Operation The above for estnblislinent eighteen months having, is been now in in successful complete' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Next door to R. J. Hacklcy's Auction Store. .:xion, a.slight! defect in one hip and eighteen }', u> j -

the next January term of the County Court '. II. LINDENBliRGEll tha of age.
order for the accommodation of Ladies and Gentle- AT givrs notice,
the County of Gads,lcn, the subscriber wiltlfccnt. G Given under ny h:11111:1t TaTlah"/-sco, this
has received gfBalti
men vsiting: the city, either on business or for nleaSJtre. ho per sHfioner Oiit'iri m.
his vouchers &c. to the said Court for settlement llth! of'October lS3t. -
In consideration of the present state of the nvre, a general untrnriIplctt. Assortment of GOODS.
Zloney market, the Proprietor has reduced his prices and thereupon pray to be discharged from the copsis'ingof: Dry Goods, Jwarc.rilna! and nt.1lh ltO.iw( ] GrRGf ;t. V ALKEH.
6f board to the foll'-vving rates, viz : Adminbtratorship of the estate of Edmund Gilchrist. Ware, Shoes, Hat, Groceries ami ProvMons,i\<-. &r. ? w

Gentlemen o"cnj.yinj ,double bedded or Company June 27,1834. (47-Gm) JAS. M. GILCHRIST.A'DMINISTRATOR'S'NOTICE -- I eel great confidence in inviting the ail-nttn; of the NOTICE. .Z.s..iIJ.J. .: !

Rooms, per day each $1 00 ( ] citizens and country in gcner 1 to this I estnMishmcnt. c.ix months after datc, I will apply to the -'onor .:... Ir". .. "..'.V'.I',1.r..r.J..r' .::- C'

Those occupying Single Rooms, per day, T the next January: term of the County as I am determined to make every exftir.n to supply :- ble Jude of the County Court of OaclsOf.n roin>- -; .!: t I', '';:. r.
each 125 A al! whom > favourme with hcircistom with firs rate ._ ;";.,I' : "m. t.' 'i
y for a discharge from Administratorship of : \c : r : '
of Gadsdcn will ty l '
Court lot the .
at the Ladies' County present articles Anti such fai' ". ---0_ _..a_." .
Ladies and Geirlemen, dining said Court for Hettlement I at pks :v; fan nut t.'e p rt slate of Sarah Moahbcru.. dc! :':aed. .-" -V .
4 Tonic, per da1', each 1 23 my vouchers, &C. to the t far satisfaction i to all! vhnhiVvMnsoniit'efxnectations: JOSIIUStlEPMlP.: IU ai }- : 'If. tJtIRe.
Meals served in Private Rooms, per day, ; and thereupon, pray 10 be discharged from !I l'al.Jh\c.cec! A t:' 9 !IJ-1. [f.--7f]|_ G ll-'n! rr.nn'y: June 21. I&34. .().";, ] .: y', .. ?.. .tlW : .J'1' "
each extra 50 the Adminisiratoiship of the estate of THOMAS S.I .t: y .eiem'dc i'l1r'.1, I C Herllun''
cnJlftlISSlOOl1VIt .sr(>//.1(; : BUSINESS.BuildinTslat' -- --- t
1 00 L CtrIt'V: ?'t i'I'' i.tt.'ct with} i JI.lk.r:",
Private Parlour extra each REID late said deceased. .
of county, f : !Hb "II" ha\'lll ) :P'\1I'11; ';' E."t and PLANTERS' HOTEL. f
The Proprietor, returns his sincere acknowledgments 'JOSEPH McBRIDE. T ( : : 0 "ti : ,.) nintnieiit :is offeied to the publoiiJ.n'r
!/ occupied! .\. Crt ,;rlsq.renc's : he has received ceniilemedy > iliviof
for the extensive '
very patronage 48-tf. f1!' subscriber has taken the PLANTERS' HOTEL.I
10th 1834. ]
at his estabh. hment, and pledges himself that _____July_ [ <:: liis services in bdl-iig;: --f.'wal'llil1. and storing of T and takes tI'ippl1rtulItyofinfo'n1inghis: fricn.s! some .vhich 1vp so long b-ilHeJ Uuskil! of mdiscience. : t
Cotton ami Goods his "Virehouse '! '.p.-Iot
nothing on his port, or that of his household, shall be ) .- ... on' IK s.i. and the pullic that his HOUSP. will be for their re J
: will be about the and open .
of favors and completed 15th8epfm' er, ) from : 1st \VJiit' Swellinc'of ,
wanting to merit a continuation past every dcriptit n. .
ception on the! l 1.1 of March !1634.
render comfortable 'hose who may in future favor its location, found to be compara'ivdy! s .r-ure fror i 2:tf KIPPARM. MOORE. 2d frnT .ega and Ulcers'if long :mandmtg.3d ; i
.him with a call fire. Liberal advances m ide on CoMon slur;/-mlW. 1 Scliinusor! G ilanJuIar ".rnoure. partlculanlho !

OURS FOR MEALS. V C. MILLER. DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART, ->hardened! tumours i in women's hrearts which ufta

Breakfast from 7'to 9 I Tea, from 7 to 9 Auust! 23d, 1834.2ti.) rim ;-" tf ninate in ulcerated eanrer.

Dinner (It) 12 to 4 I| Supper do 9 to 1DOORSNEVEt RtfeJ.tJltcV R KSPZCTFULLV offers his professional services 4th rciftns.! or what some people know by the isa
lh" citizens of Tallahassee and its
i. MANEA, 5<*q. Tallahassee, and to vicinity asa ') Catarrhs of description
CLOSED. Messr CHISOI and TAYLOR, Charleston. practitioner of inedicin. Urn office is on J effel son jvery
STEPHEN HOLT. SALRS.-Thesnbscriberhn..ingloca- 5ti! Kheaniatic: Pains of the joints.Cth .
SUCTION st. n'xt door to \1 r. Perkins' drug btord.
New YORK, June 25th 1831. [3 3m in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general NOTICE. Tallahassee, Nov, 23.1 1833- lutf Sprains; and Brafs of every description otivfr
commission business regular sale Tuesday atever situate.
days, part
concc-rued will t-\kc nctio.'
FLORID.fi L.0AD FOR SCILE.P and Saturday.He ALL, persons ; .tJuil a V 1/4 7th Tetters of all kin'J;. In this complaint the! t
has this diy l'fc :n filo.l i in the otli&p ofthe .,
will also attend to administrator and othersales %htiiill the ')intrnent the
/ uent applying, nia t keep pout
'rE un'1ersig-ncd' having purchase of General Clerk of the Superior COI;" If'111 ((JIlt *; fur m
in the ROBERT J. HACKLEY. of
La 'tV1'.te, tile town hir of land I in Florida,grated cowty. the substitution of a Trustee in tl.o ul.irc If the Icil' V rti:. E; : water'8th
March 2Sd 1333. 33tf ChiLblains
to him by the Congrc of the United States, offci a- N. D. Instruments of writing executed with neat- It i"H also onft of the best reirpdies for Bums IB
tbemc for; sale. trust declared by the late Thhmas Heir, by c:4
and despatch by R. J. HACKLEY. Scald! It the 'and draws tho fire in
ness carts oat
pain I
This land is situated in the immediate neighbonr- deed bearing date 7th September, 1830. to secure the \ V* -

Load of Tallahassee, and is be'ieved, for fertility of AND IIVER-COMPLAIN '.-- payment of a debt due to "Button %. Emoi y." V short time.

Oil, a.mllo'-al advantages to be more valuable than DYSPEPSIA ; Professor of Physiological I EDWARD CHANDLER For Inflamed Women's Breast and GlandoliDwellings

any other land in the territory.The Jicinr, who,for several years, has devoted his entire Aug.' 13, 1831. [l-eowtf] f'rPii"ers.CONSUMPTIOi. s-- -' it i is superior to any rredicine yet knowQi
: -V. the medical faculty: It is much safer than mercari
of the the
Southwestern part township adjoins attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate diseases .
city of Tallahassee, from which point to the shipping has succeeded!, by chemical $ialyc>is and synthesis V ? of any prepnrlion of that material) b>f.inse itd*

port of St. Maiks, a distance of about twenty miles, in forming; a combination from several proximate .- cold.not lay the patient liable to injury from expose !

a rail road is in contemplation to be made in a short vtgftablf principles, to which he has given the CURED.
This Ointment has cured of Ifu
name MeiTicinaj Stomachicae et Hepaticae ; which has oft LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE r2; sores many years
time.The ing. Where it is possible[ to heat ii!
Marks has been or imprudent
the St. rp-
navigation ot proved far more efficient than remedy heretofore
. rently improved, to a point within six miles of the discovered, in curing those distressing any maladies of SPECIFIC. A FULL supply of LlnIIeLns' superior garden, external sore, in coi9equeuc of the bone 1-c'am!
the most valuable remedy ever discovered for herb and flower seeds cari .us or rotten ii will the of'fte' ninrreasi <
Southeastern part of the township which will afford nrind and body, which arc generally comprehended under IS yet just titij ;mr warrcntcd stop progress
navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of the sweeping terms DYSPEPSIA and LivEn-C'/w- cure of Coughs, Colds, Consumption .istAwia. I fresh ; by K.15. PEIIhI? fliK quantity ol' the char react 'e i ifouive I

produce.This PLANTS-It is likewise an almost certain cure for enlargement -,| Spilling of Blood, and all diseases of the Bmist and : October 29lh. | if. smell ap. '.a'tJ the plfn.

: land will be sold in parcels to suit those wishing of the SPLEEN. Lungs. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. It : It cures thn worstFeluns or \"Iitlow" ouit t11iI

to purchase/on a credit from five to eight years, Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia Liver-com composes the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the RO V 4NI)' ,- !son of 48 hoursl'eunmatE.nms
the : ich hive'ito"J ,, long a lit reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase will plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach Lungs'repairs Appetite,improves the Spirits etc. I \v >
' make application to cither of the undersigned melancholy,irritability, disagreeable taste in the Bill of Directions accompanying each bottle of the TONIC MlXTlfkJ: .V\s\J%tic 'jji HlI"r .'- lI1il,*.* medicine to l l."ikaai

WILLIAM B. NUTTALL, Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous mannerall I \'.tJiyt rim"v t!: 11) _'i.t1CtVV au' in mc 'rnll(
mouth irregularity of appetite which is .
sometimes .
; this ,
. HECTOR W. BRA DEN, voracious and at other times greatly deficient the symptoms in their different stages of the disease A FULffsupply of valuable mci'it-n- -.: I 1'1Jesl.plr'i1: : 'i:'-i i-.: r;>'vn' t.(paJlv :f-1I t1J
and particular directions while .received. I shall heruatlei* have iicuu&i:(;." :t will give r>ii-r A-s '. !I." .vl.d''
WILLIAM P. CRAIG. thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach'and respectingthe treatment J : vr. in c. ,
Tallahassee, November 23d 1 833. 5tf eructations, palpitation drowsincsss irregularity using it, together with many well luithenticutcd certificates hand. !:::I.4 ,11\" t., i..r.:': .rallIIJI:;. ,f \vi'I'I !.. !fLACt
r of etc. IT: is WARRANTED TO BE A -AVE AND err.' .' .1. I .'. .
;; 5CTlie Savannah Georgian, Charleston Mercury, of the bowels, on the stomach after meals 'r.
pressure REMEDY FOR FEVER ANt AGUE, IF TAKE:.' AGJ\.E. > .. "" 'hi nmtnii
In of the and demand k tain" Ir eelS >
a Tt.ss
Southern Recorder head dizziness consequence great increasing i : ; 11. i
hnlist in
Conatitut Milledge- the. or vertigo confusion of .
pain ; for this the TO THE DIRECTIONS. Reports having U.cn firu'Tit. ..... ,. : cuast it !Ie':
Slar specific proprietor is en.iblrd: to reduce the I "t .y very valuable ii winter on o ir
Tile, Georgia; Richaynid ElIlllLil"erl1l\d Raleigh mind, attended with the loss of memory, a gnawin tint this mixture contains arsenic 1 dir '. 1iTC1
atii -rt.d '
prico to 75 cents bottle it / lain in iM ''iTcct tMii'l' >I iirH'>rpir
per ,thereby enabling to come 'eit on <
N. C. will publish the above for cight/wccks and forward i in the stomach when empty, chilliness affection of .
; '
the P to .hat u-jse i'e!'
i within the reach of all oprictof say i-eporfs are utterfv fes: ". t'n--f! itiiicwisi! iti qualities II
3. their accounts to this office. sight and hearing, pain and weakness in the lack persons Fe'Cs
-and also authrriscd: oifer
Dr. CHAPMAN'S am 10 a Rii"!;rit of I'v *,
) .u $
ANP COMMISSION BUSI- languor, disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands, tremor, Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. 000, D'Alafs to any one who will prove the exisier.c '. i idre ...... of tie; u.lJ, otj ( -
te r.:
These Pills have been ; > :' iiy plO\
uneasiness in throat u&od
WAREHOUSE the. in thousands
caugh, pain tl1& side 01 succ(>sriilly by
of the least of Arsenic
particle Mercury Aniiniui th.be W'I
who their ; j r'sl '*xC'jlltnl; r iedicinc.vil" h.- -I''i
breast, &c. c'n testify to superior efficacy (over :
I- The subscribers, having associated themselves' eti.U The above maladies V lead to organic affections of th many other remedies now in use) for tljc cure of Dyspepsia or any other poisinous ingrec'icnt in it. I '%Vi.oi 'rt"'t-arr IfJt ,rc.! .u.ot Ii pCtIl'J!: t o D" hem I

under the stile and fhm of FORD HARDIN, stomach liver and heart in all their complicated forms give In order to prevent imposition from counterfeit, J'> tons oi la ai'V of hi.-. .'uorizet! agentsTheabovfi'meorciut
,terminating in Dropsy Con strength
I "
authctistd will he turnisti.-:
General WARE HOUSE sad persons except !
agents ,
transacting a < > : 'J -: apomntn1C1Ithe
purpose the debilitated : by sp
sumption, Apoplexy, &c.'according to the climate,hau.hs I to organs of tliscstion, repair the appe-
the with the mixture f ,
Proprietor to sell aiu.
COMMISSION Business at a : ; .
Jpalachicola. Having ; V and dciniiii
; ?
age, sex, and temperament of the patient. I ttite,removes nausea and sickness of the stomach, habitual patentee
vessels sole agpnt for Middle Florida, and am assmed : Vi. DSCCGHT.
made suitable arrangements with several for )y t I'. II PEUKIN'5.
J. P. PETERS M. D. costivencss head-ach of the heart
Prepared by Millcdgevillc I palpitation ,
: the direct transportation of Cotton, &c. cither to New Inventor and solo l proprietor. and other nervous affections. contain Rowand that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Eccltx) 'J'allaha seep Febnurv 'Mth 1831, 27U;
many They no -
York or New Orleans; and having facilities at all not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold l-y ---- --
times within their power to make reasonable advanced; Testimonials.-Numerous tertificates might be adduced Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they are a him, to any person in Middle Florida, except to me : DR. fltEFE'S
mild and safe cathartic
there is
restriction in dietor
their relativ to the extraordinary cures performec : no If Arstnic has been discovered in mixture callenRowand1 .
upon prodnce to care management- any 3
; drink or to wet cold while hem. m .tf.iTa IDm
they would respectfully tender their services and solicit by using these medicines; but the following are thought! exposure or using s, it must have bee in some of the ypunons imi
sufficient to satisfy the minds of the Bill of directions vill accompany each box of Pills, T5 of the most cffiCacIouSCom1)OUUdSi11t.J th.M
a liberal patronage in the above line of business, most skeptical : which will their tations. All persons therefore, wilt wish the stnuin one it
pledging their personal and individual attention to all Frt/m Dr. James Ewell, Author of the Medical Companion fully explain efl cts. Tonic Mixture-should be cautious of whom they purchase TEKIA MaoicA, for the cure of that class. i
From the well known .
of Pills for stale wolood
Business consigned to them, either for sale or other- or Family Physician. reputation tnese i itr My label will be on every bottle sod! by me: erate Disease produced by an impure ,
-wise. many years, the proprietor (J. BOYD, Philadelphia) and a vitiated habit of body, and ggui1! ew
NEW-OHLEANS, Dec. 20th 1831. E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Flm-id.u *
deems it to 8&
give further detail of
unnecessary any themselves in the forms of Scrofula
Their Ware Houses and Close Stores ar undergoing To tcAom it COJl.UTn.-This is Nov 23d ting Sal I.ii
may to certify, that I I5tf.
them. A fresh supply has been received and for sale *
St. Fire Fever J iie
a thorough repair, will be large and commodiousl have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's Mtdicina.Stomachics Leprosy Anthony's '
t K.
by appointment by B. PERKINS. "af
situated in a desirable part of the towfl, as exempt et Hepatictt in a number of very obstinate Tallahassee, Nov 23d 15tf STORAGE STORAGE!11 I STORAGE !!! the bones are aSecte'd,) White Swelnslf( I-

:. from the dangers of fire as any other house, of a Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long stand ing,like. addition his old with Dr. Jebb's Liniment) Foul :ld obstpat
"titular character the Point. several of the IN to ware-house the sore legs and eyes scald head in childrosa'll
: on wise in cases enlargements of the pleen ; Salt, Gtfton Bagging Bale Rope and Ticine.
( WM. P. FORD, (late of Augusta,Ga.) and its affects were truly astonishing. I have no hcultation KERR Jc STURGES has recently erected a spacious build scorbutic gout, Pimpled or orbun Fas.fef.
EDWD. J. HARDIN, (Apalachicola.) in declaring it the most valuable preparationfor FOR SALE, ng 80 by 28 feet, receiving cotton and goods. captions, and venerial taints throughout r

REFERENCES.-Stewart $ Fontaine Smith 4. those distressing ailments that has ever come with- ft CIO SACKS Liverpool l Ground Salt, in TIMOTHY M'C ARTY. which last case the drops often cure when er j

florgan, J.'S. Calhoun, M. W. Perry, 4- Co. T. 4- V.. I in my knowledge. JAMES EWELL, M. D. order ; St. Marks, December 27th 1831. '9'tfROWAND'S fails They are also the best Spring and from AI nun*Im r

Eton Co. Whittick Greenwood Columbus 150 pieces 42 inch Dundee physic to purify and cleanse the system
4- <$ ,- Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1831. Bagging ;
Deg&rt 4Kiueland, Jus. Hamilton 4- Son,John R.i i The undersigned can bear testimony to the superior 100 coils Bale Rope TONIC MIXTURE. which frequently appear at these ai
Pitkin.New-York. efficacy of Dr. Peter's Medicinaj Stomachicae et He- 250 Ibs. best English Baleino; Twine. I a perfect and lasting They also aid the process of digestion ,by Pbufthe ItS
for the Fever maliscant
cure and Ague. For sale blood the secretion of
JE. W. Gregory, Bogart fy Hawthorn.-N. Orleans.I patcsc in the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaintsfrom Tallahassee, Ang. 23d, 1834. ((2tfj 4. wholesale and retail of the prevent confidently
by lungs. The proprietor
f S'JoA.n-. Leaven, T. W.Mc Coy.-Mobile. personal experience. WAI. G. JOHNSON.Dr. effected
.Aug.- 17, 1833. _UfTTi P's Medicinae Sto-nachicae Hepatiae are put up FOR SALE I cola WESTCOTT, Florida ,-Dniggitt, Appalachi- the drops vast, nambr only in of Boston surprising and its CHIPS vicinity,but bY'a

C'OR'S WILLIS & RANDOLPH have as- in parcels wi h full directions for using. From one QJXD( PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING-I l-21bs "' I hereby Appoint Mess.Fletcher and out the Union for the beat proofoftLeir elcUe

JL7 sociated themselves i/i the practice of medicine to three parcels will be necessary'to complete a cure. to the yard.-And (BQd) COILS BALE ROPE, of Westcott my agents for the sale o*'Row- an unfailing alterative medicine in all the caWV:iiit

and offer their professional wrvices to the public. Of- The price is $5 a parcel.A best quality, are daily expected by the Subscriber, I J ind's Tonic Mixture' iu the Territory specified. This article.has recently ben PrO

.. fie between the Planter's Hotel and Lambert's.. _22t_ great quantity of the above very valuable preparations per Brig Tallahassee. I -Jf Florida, Eastern,part of Alabama, & by aPhvsician of the first lespectbilty. ': .-
,f- will be kept constantly on hand by Planters and Merchants be Western its >a *?
can the nessed
E. B. supplied on part Georgia ; who are able to furnishthe surprising efficacy, .ntitle. k".II
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. PERKINS, Tallahassee, most accommodating terms, payable in Cotton, &c. said medicines to all who may apply to them on ion, to take the led of all the jvopular arlC e ''
Who authorised to dispose of them, either at whole S JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. as favourable for the above complaints, and irfi eeditia 'a';
the eighth day January next, I will offer fox terms as they can obtain from the pro
ON before the door of the Court House in the sale obtained or retail of the on proprietor.as reasonable Also terms by as they can be St. Marks, Sept. 5th, 1834. prietor himself." t,Signed, this paint in public estimation, throDlhouue C

Tallahassee Leon all the JNO. R. ROW AND." Price $1 bole, or 6 bottles
City county, right, title, Doct's. HOLMES & WILLIAMS, Cambellton & NOTICE.SIX I .
cla ra and demand of Robert May, in and to a framed HALSLET "Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833." 2ltf DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION
Druggist Appalachlcola. months from the date hereof I shall char1d'
House situated in the town of St. Marks apply for obstinate
now occu JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS.The Of longstanding, and of the most
wed as a dwelling, and owned by the said Robert of Dismission, from the Administration NOTICE has been immediately rtlievtd and often pr."l A- 1I

,' M/,.* to satisfy his Territorial and County Tax. following are few among the many persons that on the estate of Samuel Gairett deceased late of TO all persons concerned, that I have this day ap cured in a variety of cases tiiat have occured IB ***
have been cured Gadsden
ejilhcr entirely or greatly benefited C. H. DUPONT
t cafortheyear 1834. I county. Adm'r. at the store of the firm of Cott & Bowrosen and by .
A. A. FISHER within theleat twelve months, by the use of Dr. Pet.en' June 27th 1*14. [466m.JLEON ] in order have vicnity. using fquhortime.antiBillowboth P
__ Collector. Medicinal to a settlement with them, holding Vesetal; Specific 1, '
..: ". Sept. gSUi. 1834. [8td., elate Georgia.Stomachics et Hepatic within the I COUNTY, FLORIDA.In notes of the said firm'of Colt & Bqwroacn for nearly of which are' to bt taken together accoruw.

.mm AUl mB1NIai1 Mrs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. the County Court of said'County. the amount of my notes which they hol "drawl b) uable plain and p>nctioai directions acclpsnpl aI
a myself, payable to the said firm ofColt & Bowrosen, Specihn. Prico 5.m cants each.
LARGE and'complete assort- Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do. James Edwin Stewart, ) in consequence of their not wishing to come to a set. None are geuuioa ou'es'i signed i on the \
A Col. Wm. P.'Bond, do. vs. \ Attachment. tlement oUK1DD
heat Fresh'Drugs and Medicines by giving up their notes and taking mine up. ted wrapper by the \nlo proprietor \
j us trecei W. Edward Barnwell. .
W4yne Eglands Esq. Laurens. 'p
) t forewarn aU \V. C '
persons from traffiicking or trading for immediatasuecesort'the lat.'m Ur. '- tV
redfrom New York end Baltimore sale wholesaleand l
rj retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners, Bryan AlI p. Esq do. THE Defendant and others concerned, are notified any of my obligations in favor of said firm of Colt For sale at.his Counting Room, over NO. :

ontho IUP.nUcd .CoLJohnW. Porter, Morgan. the issuing of said Attachment, and are required & Bowrosen as I shall not pay them, unless I am street, near Concert Hall Boston, and aw"cial b-)
accommodating 'Sanford
In03t i ) Chapman. Esq. Jon s. to the Declaration
plead to with PERKINS
RDW. conformably compelled to to do. appoinUneat. by E. B. *
V SEIXAS I Alexander Irvin, Esq. Washington. the statute. EDWARD CHANDLER. '.

gf%2$41 V l DruE I r: FIQ1' )L. / .. Q.MtM'iv .Qrcea* 31 'Oct. let, 1834. (8-3m) For Plaintiff. Black Creek 18&V V Sep. 4831. 10t& TeIIbu3ee! ', Feb. 17, 183L 1g W a.



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