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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 29, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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consita'otf4n.jnoaques and
,, : decayed
the tel t. :
araDSDEN.acandidatetorepieaent tombs
which har b
;built
f sundried
brick
in it 'tthConreu of- the United F :
Of Florida JUI"17th J'33. 2a [ "laISSEz'NOVa. FAIRE." '. nor are any of these'ruins of an age piior.Mthomrnedanurn ..

audaorit.ed LO annoWlccMaj.WILLIAM 7"f p : "' -'-i1 _i -" though ,Ba1kh boasts an anttq! .
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candidate to represent the terri- .r4r1-- -'-- D 1Jt :
ZJtil in the 84th Congress of the United .. ., -j--- -I __- I ., (OQ- the Asiaatics it is named the "Mother nf cities
/ : W. n',1..A._ T___''I .. _
July >7th 1833. SOt! .. :s, .,ewe.ry, .6tC. For Sale I -- and said tn have' hnF.n huift. kv TTvnmnnr- *_tit*

to announce WILLIAM B.candidate : f NOTICE.1aIY founder the Persian -------r-
FTv authorised Th
monrchy. After '
subscriber ,
are has A 'the
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good PLANTATION
THE jast re Medical
to the in Gadsden. accounts have been
a represent in
)ijTT4LL .u : an.addkional placed the conquest of Alexander the Great it flourished
Florida In the_!4tb :"ongrrts of the Uni supply County, 13 miles from Tallahassee, 10 : of R. J. Haekley, Esq. Those who
of owe
of WATCHKS,JEWCLRT SILVER miles from Quincy, and 1 miles uner the name of jBactria with
1833 StfoiVAR | from the OchJocknee me may save cost by calling immediately that a dynasty of
iTttllf SPOONS,&c. 'which he offers river, containing 800 700 in tleman. on gen Grecian
f :_------- ; for sale his acres, cultivation, with a JNO. McLEMORE. kings. In the third century of the

WHITE.TLL -- sonable terms.on customary rea- Sugar-Mill large commodious Kettles Sugar-house of Urge size. and ;rst rate vertical Tallahassee 13th Nov. 1834. ((14-4w.) Christian era, "Artaxerxes had his authority

PiucTics LAW in the Courts of Mid- FREDERICK TOWLE. ipparatus for taking off a large,crop all of Sugar the necessary Cane- UNION BJLNR OF FLORIDA 'I solemnly acknowledged in a great assembly

"v die 1 1j1ppet Florida, Jackson County and the Court The '4ibscribcr Oct: 4th, 1834. (8tf) A large framed Gin-housa, first rate running-gear,and THE number Shares required by the Charter, of held at Kalkb, in Khorsan,," It continued sub.

''s. (i-: OfFICE, Tallahassee.rf from has employed Watch-Maker direct a 50 saw Braintree Gin-A good Horse Mill. Up- Uuion Bank of Florida, having been sub ject to the Persian empire' and the residence
[-S-lL] England; and assures the public, that work wards of 20 good Negro Houses, all with plank floors i scribed.-Nonet: is MEREST
entrusted any GIVEN, That the Books of the Arcdimagus head
J to him in his:: line, shall be done and all necessary Out-Buildings. The Subscription in said Bank or of the Magi till
promptly : purchaser for the
can are
jiiES A. BERTHELOT, and in the best manner. F. T. b C furnished with Petit Gulph Cotton Seed, gratis- SUBSCRIBERS for Stock, are notified to present perfect'their closed. the followers of Zoroaster were overthrown by
N. B. To Rc'nt-the House 1500 bushels Corn and 10,000 Ibs. Fodder subscriptions I the inroads of the
t1inLL R AND ATfORNKY AT LAW,) formerly occupied by the for sale on 'by filing their appraisments, bonds, caliphs. Its inhabitants
t(' Thos. M. Bradford, suitable for a small family. place: AU of which will be sold extremely low mortgages and certificates,with the Cashier, on or before : were butchered in cold blood by Jenghts khac
Court 6f for -
.
the
cash
L 1raCte In AppealsThe ,-will sell for one-half cash the 2d
IliI the balance in 12 Monday in November
Leon Gadsden and Jack- months. next, or their sub and under the bouse Tunour it
| sunerior Courts of RENOVATING Those disposed to purchase, will do well to scriptions will be considered became
NULL
1,I!jth: Territory of Florida; and in the Superior LIQUID, I call and examine the premise, which will be.shown By order of the Board of Directors.AND TOlD. province efthe Mogul empire. It formed the

tcrtsaf Thomas & Dccatur counties, of the South- Prepared end S&ldbyR.S. BERNARD, Drugg ,- : by my Overseer on the place, or myself, residing in ROMEO LEWIS Cashier. government of Aurungzebe in its youth; and
Stateof Rcdenccier. ,
the Gadsden
of Georgia Quincy
,
udii ip.1 l circuit *NORFOLK coanty. Tallahassee 10th Oct. was at last invaded
kJ ? VIRGIXI4.1IWR 1834.It by the Nadir. On
_1.v.. "'. November 23d 1833. 15tfJOHN Nov. I. [12tfJ] THOMAS PRESTCN, JR. i r..ooI........._. AO.J.1..., '1't..L_ .' .. __ great. _
the estab1i hn'tert ... ......_
or thA mm
-- --J v. ru, .I.JUL lone time attowed for per_ --- ___u_____ -. ,-- -.A..AM.....*.K.*."'v A. L.
'- J. ADAMS ;i', t! mal< mm1'Q BOW AD'S feeling Florida subscription be for Stock in the Union Bank oj after his death it fell into the bandit of U.UUQI0".1 the Af
extended
to the 2d
ft. 8. BERNARD'S Monday in Dec'r
(UTTORA'EY AT LAW,) extracting all kinds oCOils RENOVATING LIQUID for :I TONIC MIXTURE By order of the Board of Directors, next. g hans, and within the last eight years has been
Paints
:lP$rtmottd from'! Gtuincy to Appalachicola Bay. from the most delicate colored, Silks, Tar, Satins, and, Grease Cloths ANfANTICOSTIVE) 8th Nov '34. [9-1 OwJ ROMEO LEWIS, Cash'r. seized by the King of Bokhara, whose deputy
nlltrlv attend the Courts held the ,
at Bombasines or Velvets now governs it. Its
without
injuring in the least I ADMINISTRATOR'S present population
II&uincy Marianna NOTICE.
and and tkc annual PILLS.
; term {Mr g oar texture. does not
amount to 2,000 sonb who
!, of Appeals at TaUahasee. Letters ad- This : N consequence of the ALL persons indebted to the estate of the late arc chief-
recent and valuable chemical I which ha been
jeClrr4 attempts re l
discovery is offered : BIRD Iy natives ofCabool
and the
tUbinl,post paid, will bo attended to. for sale by the Subscriber.-It almost made to impose spurious imitations of the above to the subscriber. Those, are requested make payment remnant of Iho
11314 [2GtfJ des the super valuable Mediciues on the who have claims against Kara nenkur, a description of militia established
I ftbrtlll.f}' 7tb, necessity of dying, and the Scourer's vocation public,the proprietor has conclu.dd said estate, will them for *
j i I- A CARD.HAMLIN is gone." Fifty cents worth will secure a on the necessity of confining the side of the Mix- Nov. 3, 1834. present[13-8wJ R. adjustment PARISH to l here by Afghans. There are also a
hire
to as few established Adm'r.DailY .
Bacon Merchant's breeches from criticism for twelve agents as are just sufficient to few Arabs. The Coondooz chief has marched .

V. SWELL, I months It acts like a charm upon silks of the finest 'tupply Medicines? the regular will be demands. A full supply of these expected at St. Marks, off a great portion of its population, and
texture, by instantly the constantly kept by the
.fTTOR.W'3T LJr' JP'U-tCMCOLA, Fla. without in the least affecting removing the fabric taints of itself grease the, whose names and residences are annexed, and Agents the, THE new and superior copper-fastened ,constantly threatens the city ; which has driv. .

in attend to business confided 'o him with indus- most inveterate lodgments of'wax upon Coat collars proprietor wishes it distinctly understood, that he will >York Brig JUNO, and will, Capu have LATHnor immediate, from New .>n the inhabitants to the neighboring village
: Dee. 21st 19tf fly before it like dust before abiush. It is not be responsible for the genuineness of Mixture For despatch,. In its wide the
no quackery any freight or passage, havin good area, city seemed to have en
I"YR XS-BENCII; AIRES and JAS. D. ''w''ESTtort hut the true secundum artem mode of sold as his by any persons, except his authorised KTrta accommodations, *
appearing agents. app to : closed innumerable
Y. STURGES. girden* increased its size
decent Spurious ;
Jr.Eqtiire. in old clothes at the least imaginable mixtures have teen m--.de and sold in considerable N. D.-Insura.nco be
It isothe offered to Gentlemen at 50 cents a phial expense., and all quantities oy two physicians in Loon and Nov. 15th.-I4tav can effected low by this: vessel. without adding:; to its population : and from the

Sporting Intelligence. r sorti of people can have it at the same price. Gadsden counties, and perhaps jy others, and will frail materials of which its buildings arc ..con

No danger need be apprehended in using it upon doubtless lie imported from New Y-orkand elsewhere. TENNESSEEAN FOR SALE. structed, the foundations being only ,brick I

the finest and most delicate Silks-nor is i; like the Those, therefore, who wish to procure the genuine. Acs;*( e To close a partner- doubt Balkh ever substantial ,
soaps so commonly advertised in article can bo sur$ of it was a city.-
onr days, which by getting ualy from the agents. ship, I am authorised to sell There
removing oue evil almost invariable produce another The following gentlemen are Agents in Florida this beautiful and fine blooded are three large college of a.J.handaoqacstructure

"( (double 5 of size-nor does it require the preparativeans EL B. Perkins, General Agent at Tallahassee. HORSE, sired by the cele. mv in a state decay, *& -tvlt the1t
all
I other reno'atersuch as hot irons and Kerr brated horse I cells A mud wall
Carolinian surrounds
S I Sturgcs, Agents for St. Marks.I I by emty. a, portion
i like Only a little clean
water, according to the James C. Eccles .. =-Sir Archy. I shall of
jircctions, is Oil d(). dnincy. exhibit .I town ; but it must be of a late age, since
wanting. Grease
or of
kind him in
any Tallahassee on the 16th day December
&
Gelding Folsom 1834
be do. Mickasookr. it excludes the ruins
can extracted from the most delicate colored on every side for about
carpets Darius Williams&Co do. and then sell him to such person as will give the best I
with.'ur the usual trouble of taking them Monticello. offer I two miles.The .
I up.- Thomas Alexander, do. Hickstown. on a credit twelve months, payable in Bank, -
j if used according to the directions, it will at ouce J. F. Pott, do. Cbattahoochcc. with good e dorsers.An citadel or ark on the norrhrrn side baa
extract even particle of erease: from the finest Cloth
Overseer
wanted for the
'most delicate Silks \vihout Malcolm Fur uson, do. Thomasville. ensuing year.-Enquire -been more solidly constructed, jet it is a place
JLL.If.'S'.EE RACES.or' injuring; in the least P. \V. Gauticr Jr. of the subscriber at Lr ke Jackson. Leon county.
theA color or texture. Holmes do. Mananna. 13th Nov. 183,1.-14-4w ROBERT BUTLER. I of no strength. There i is a stone of white mar

JfFKCY:: CLUB, FOR 1834.TTTILL : lirge stipoly of the above valuable article received & Williams! do. Campbelltown.I ble m it, which is yet pointed out as the throneof

fomu.iT.ce, on the thirJ Monday [lothj in and for sale by JOHN R. ROW AND, Proprietor. fine Saddle Horse-a L Kai Kao.os or Cyprus. Balkh

IT" Dc'-.-'c' intxt nit ] cun'.in'i' sir j I days.riK E. B. PERKINS:: A-'t -Nov.- 1. 1934. ((12-Gml| pacer, can.be had liberal I stands: on .a
)T PAf--M'tSDAV Tallahassee Sept. 10th 1&14. 6m. d.A for cash. Apply to upon plain, about six miles from the hills and not .

I. A r Jtswcr pstah-s, !for three years olJs-tint'o mile H. A. PIEltftON; & CO. WM.: HILLIARD, or I upon them as i is erroneously represented.

El V""u, 300{ entree: Ii. f. toejse; ou ihs 30th Sep- By the President of the United Slalu.IN r Nov. 15.-14tf A. H. MITCE1ELL. There arc many inequalities in the ..surround.in

'nnrS nelt. pursuance of law, I, ANDREw JAcKsON, President fields which may arrive from ruins and
I 5LC&I. r'Y--TVF.I\.1Y. of the United !*tots' of America do For Charleston,
hereby rubbish. The
A: P/)st ecp..l"ltrc, free for Any horse in tin! Uni- declare and make known that public sales will be held TIlE substantial schr. LAURA, has city itself like Babylon has be.

::1 t4Jcrv St.l" r"e.lhlr to the rules of the Tallahassee nt the following Land Offices, i i., the Territory of Florida i ) part of her freight enga ed, and will sail; come a perfect mine of brick for the surroun.

Citib, f.iiile }hcnts, j.500( entrance h. f.- at the periods designated, for the sale of the un- as soon as possible. !jCF*Insurance can ding country. These are of an oblong shape
Toclo s'.: o.i; th1 "4'I1I'' .September next. mentioned lands, to wit: be effected on this vessel at as low a rate in Charles I rather overgrown with weeds, the
I aqueductsare
T.i"n ::>. TWLLiZWAT.'y At the Land Office W Bt ton as any other of her class. She can accommodate
at TALLAHASSEE dried
7 34 Club I'&lr a.---nilr heals, $L5O 00 \\fanday in Decemvir ne3u, for JC disposal-of,!on the pub first drapers 4HH Tailors, 10 or 12 passengers. J. DELANO, Captain. directions.up ; but there are clumps of trees in
St. Marks many The
.-5- Enurl.1"C'IO. lie lands within the undermentioned townships and ; 13th Nov. 1834.-14tfMFor people have a great
-
.
1 rutr.TJI DAT-TUrRSDAY.N fractional townships( t. wit: i Sale veneration for the city; beleiving it was one of

Jockey Clul l'ur2 1 mile heats, 200 00 North of the base Kne, and West of the meridian. 'FA LLAUUSEs, FL.RZIA. or Rent, the signs of the approaching end of the worl'dT

ntrance $15. Township 1,of rnnge 5. i[ FA RSI, containing Three The fruit of Balkh i is most luscinus
F''Til DAT-PR1DAT. Townships 1 anJ 2, of range 8. Fifty .icres, one hundred of ; paiticu-
3 Jockey CJu!> Pui**('-3 mile heats, 500 00 Townships and 2, of range d. 10,11, 12, 13 &. 14. which is cleared and under good fence, and now in larly the apricots which are nearly as largess

Entrance 330."ISTII Township, of range 15. cultivation. The Farm was: formerly owned by Dr. : apples. They are almost below value; for

: Da.t-!ATCr.T)iT. Township 1, of range H1' ;. Flake-it is situated about-twenty miles from Tallahassee I- 2,000 of them were to purchased for '
--ictor"s, .1rsc-l mile heats-3 best in 5,250 00 v-nship: j.. of range 28. ; and eight miles from Quincy,on the Bainbridge and with ice water a rupee: ,
Entrance "k they are indeed luxuries
$20.TV.vlirf Fractional ti. nship I, and township 5, of 29. ro ad. ,
; thr two first named stakes there are Mfv'y.lirpcsuWribcrs Townships 1,2,4, and 5, of range 30. range The improvements good Dwellir.gHonseGi though dangerous ones. Snow is brought ,ill

a :! who have secured the forfeit Townships 2, 3, 4, and 5, of range 31. House, Negro Houses, and Out-Houses, &c. Thereare quantities from the mountains south of Balkh

'" .*.. n'&f( with approved endor Qrs. payable at the North of thc base line, and East of meridian also a good Grist Mill and Sugar ;Mill on the pre about twenty miles distant, and sold for a trifle
'iilr IBank: Florida, and deposited .with the cash- Township 2, of range;!3. I m ises. If not disposed of, it will be Rented. the .
;r. Sulticrijitions cm be made by letter addressed toUsorCAry Townships 1 and 2, o'f range 14. Ii I i The terms will be reasonable-For further information throughout year. The climate of

.1 : at Tallahassee, aoy time before the 30th South of thc base line, and East of meridian. apply to R. S. MILLER, or to the: subscriber. Balkh is very insalubrious, but 'u not disagree*
S N>ptc!1wr m-xt,by Miiplyioi. with the terms' of sub- That part township 11 situated North and West DIRECTIONS. JOSEPH F. c: HARLEY. able. -

*snit'n; Tile colt or horse to be named the tcning: eF the Suwannce1 river, of range 14. The Height indispensable. Tallahassee, Nov. 8th, 1834.-14-31 -
.w the .
(
rccsu -
Tb will At the same place, in continuation, commencing on 1. Round the chest under coat. NOTICE.WILL From the Newark Advertiser Fry-Jay.
IK
hung up at the Stand, each day, 2.. Do. .
third Waist.
nc Monday in December next, for the disposal of
f"r"
wade I'M. (":-tnn tl' C mipetitor; and every cfibrt will be I tic public lauds within the limits of the undermen- 3. From bark-seam to elbow and knuckle joint. be sold, on Tuesday thc 9th of A TALE OF MARVEL,
u aflfviMl t OIP I
best accommodation; and it is con5't.'jj lo ned townships and fractional townships, to wit. 4. Round the thigh. December, the valuable PLANTATION belonging Rumor with one of her (ten thousand tongues

bav fine expected horscs that eewlciiwn at a distance who South of thc base line, and West of the meridian. 5. From the hip-joint to the ancle. Walker to the estate of Benjamtn O. brought us a mysterious.
will consider ( story ofa mysterious
our Purses, and our cf- .d e.\5ed.adjoining Lafiyett's townshp, and
Fractional
:'1S0 1ik:'v v, worthy of their Consideration. township 1, of range 8. By the above scale of measurement gentlemen at a lying within T miles of Tallahassee, containing 480 lady, which so far challenged credit that ttre
Townships 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7 of distance
9. be
range enabled forward their
may to
TiiO.! DPOWNiSecVyfe Towntf.i.s 1 5 7 8 and 9 of 10. which will measures, acres, more or hSs-200 acres of which are cleared were induced to send a competent witness inthe
3,4 ,
Proprietor. 5,0, range ever rrf it with >rr'- icntion. and in
Inly 15th, I3J4. ['H H.fj] Townships 1, 2,3, 4, 5,6-7, o, 0, and iOcf rattle 11. I f7 ... lingHousc excellent, with order.all On the place attached is a neat Dwel- afternooon to procure more 'particular in.

-_ Townships I, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 9, of range 12. Gin and Packing Out'Bnildings Screw included. ,-Persons an excellent -' formation. Our agent, after thejfullost oppoitunity i

The Quincy Races. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4,5, and 6, of range 13. NEW GOODS wishing to purchase, would do well to call and examine of observation has returned this morning -
Townships 1,2,3,4, and 5ofrange 14. m for themselves. is and communicates
TJie subscriber the the
now at plantation fact
= : following
r Js Races over the Gads-den Course Township 1. and fractional townships 2, 3, and 4, AND and will with all ;
information
at Quincy, pleasure, give : requirrd whichwe without !
WI:;, commjiirc. I. )f range 15. :lPg l give embelishmentas he relates -
IQNllt
on to those who
Wednesday thc 7th day of !> wish to purchase. The plantation
Jtniury, I tsp:, and continue four days. TOWJ1 .hip 1, amd fractional township 2, of range 16. PIER will be sold on the premises. them :-

1st I Day's Purse $?00-2 mile heats-Entrance: S 0 I .' At the Land Office at ST. AUGUSTINE, one the HA. their SON customers* Co. would and the respectfully publick in-- Terms made known on the day ot sale. On Monday night of last week, the family
w Das Purse 81 i JO--1 mile heats I itcond Monday in December next, for the disposal of generally WM. J. RHODES Adm'r. of Mr. Barron
E best 3 in 5- that they are now opening their new Stock of Joseph living in the township
: Jie lands within
trance public the limits of the undermentioned Nov.15th 1834. (l4tds) With the Will annexed.
M Day Purse 20' townships and fractional wit o Woodbridge, about three miles from Rah-
to consist of the Entrance townships, to : FALL & WINTER GOODS
fir the first and second d.iys: -1 mile heats-Money North ofthe base line, and East of the meridian. FANCY STORE. way, in this county, were alarmed! after they

Entrance: Fractional townships 1,2,3,4, and 5, (East of St. just received from New York, consisting of a splendid : ."RS. BERRY respectfully informs'the Ladies of had retired by a loud thumping against the
to Day'i Purse 15. of 23. assortment superfine Cloths, Cassimeres and Vest- 1'' Middle Florida,that she has just received her
to consist of the Ent IM ary's river) range at house. Mr. B.'s first "
ran e Money 1
pct ,we third and fourth a's-I mile I Townships 1,2, 3,4, and fractional township 5, of ings, of a great variety, selected from late importations residence in Tallahassee,a general assortment of Jlfi/-. impression was .that
out- i of the most fashionable order. Likewise some one was to break in but further
.nnte '. n '!range 24. 4- a Unary and Fancy Goods and intends importing regularly attempting *
general!: assortment of Fancy Articles for Gentlemen's the latest fashions in her line. observation
n'dJif'r"ie>* be made with Townships 1,2, and 3, of range 207.Tonsbip soon undeceived him. The
I the day? previous the Secretary by sevc: I 1, of range 26. dress, viz :-Stocks of every description, Gloves, On hand, coloured Gro de Naples, coloured Satins, thumping however continued at short intervals

to that of running. Fractional townships 1, 2, 3, and 4, of 27. Suspenders, Pongee Hhdfs., Fronts and Collars, fine Florence and Chambiays; Marino,Cloth and Circassians ,
A. J. PORMAN. Sec'rv I I Fractional townships 1,2, and 3, of range range 23. Linen Shirts, Hosiery, &c.-Splendid Seal., Fur, and ; Fancy Ball dresses ; Crape Shawls and Handkerchiefs until the family became so alarmed that1* Mr

Ju n ,ncy, October *Of Gadsdrn Jockey Club. Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 29. Cloth Caps, fine Silk; Plush, and Beaver Hats of the Long Lawn ; Diaper ; Linens and Linen B. called in some of the neighbors, who remained
23
J 34. l lastcst fashion.
(H-liw] South of the base line, and East of thc meridian. Cambrick Handkerchiefs ; Corsets, Hosiery and Perfumery up with the family until tiaylight when
BOOKS & STATIOiNARY. That part of township II, (Eastof Suwannee river) A general assortment ofready.madeClothilng made -All of which she will sell very low for cash or the thumping ceased.
of 14. up by the subscribers, in the most faithful and fash credit.. Nov. 15th 1831(143w..)

rHEsub iber has received a jsjencral assortment Townships range 10, 11, and 12,of range 15. ionable i style, consisting Overcoats, Frock & Dress DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. The next evening after night fall, the noie
Li5 AND TU'IOsARr. Which he Coats and Coatees, fine Cloth and Go&Cs hair Camlet recommenced, when it .was ascertained to bo
(ld offers i to Townships 10,11,.and 12, of range 16. copartnership existing under the of
name
CU"toOIf'fS The ftt reil'irxd prices among which are Townships 10, 11, 12, and 13, of range 17. Cloaks and Wrappers,Pantaloons and Vests of almost THE & ROUSE, is this day dissolved by mutual mysteriously connected with .the movements
Token which rich
for 1835 :. Townships 6, 7, and 13, of range 19. every Douole-breasted description,Velvet among and fine are black figured Cloth and ami consent: All indebted to the joint concern, are informed ofa servant girl in die family-a white girl
Affection's
Gift ; Townships 5,6,7,8,9, and 13, of range 19. Cassimere Valentia and white Marseilles Vests &c. that payment is to be made to Jilex'r. Formy, about 14 ofag.e. While window
years passing
Christmas Box Townships 1, 2, 3,5,6 7, 8, and 13, of rarge 20. Fnc Marino and Lamb's Wool Nett-Shirts and Draw- Dunal, who Is fully authorised to settle all accounts ; a -
The late Novels; Townships 1,2, 3, 6, "1, and 8, of range 21. I ers-fine Nett Silk and Doe-skin Under-Vests and all having any claims against said concern, ase on the stairs for example, a auddan jar
That portion of township 1 South of St. Mary's' excellent article for invalids.O" an I r requested to present them to him. accompanied with an explosive sound broke a.

.4nd a great variety efrd iver, and townships 2, 3,4,5, f, 7, and 8,of range 22. : The subscribers return their sincere thanks for ALEX R. FORMY DUVAL, pain of glass; the girl at the same moment be.
Rtandtl.N
&l3l : \1 iSc'el1anroulVorb.; That portion of township I,East of St.Mary's river, the very liberal palronage heretofore received, and CANADA ROUSE. i ing seized |Iwith a violent This gf
d 1 1 and j Blank: Rooks!', of ev ry de.cript.ion ; and townships 2, 3,4,5,6,7, and 8, of range 23. would still hope by their assiduity and strict attention Tallahasse-e, Nov. 4, 1834. f r13Lf] much alarmed spasm.
f''';tr Kxtra fine Townships 1 3 and 8 of 24. course very her; and the physician
: Pen-Knivrs; 4,5,6,7, range to business, to merit and receive a continuation of thc
Pc.ckt. Quills Paprr, Tape,Sea ling.Wax, Townships 1, 2,4, 5, 6, 7, aid 8, of range 25. same. Gerardin & Wuy, (Dr. Drake) waif sent for came and bled

T e Globes, far Children, 4-c. 4-::. Fractional' township, 1, of range 29. ICIP:: All orders will be thanicfully recived ; and as Walch Maker and Importers of English and her. The bleeding however, produced no apparent

. 1 ctt&tltLlrRnt SlllJSc'rdJer also: informs the public, that his Cia Each sale will be kept open for two weeks, and thc I they have engaged in their employ steady and first French Jewelry apd Fancy Article, effect; the noise still continued as before
l ands reserved law for the
is
by of schools
tn pe a now oren, and anyone can be- use or foroil rate WORKMIV, they are prepared to execute all orden at intervals wherever the
subscriber on com I.h'lnl' With" the terms. if r purposes, will be excluded from sale. I at the shortest notice and in the most durable and HAVE received at their es girl went each

No WILLIAM WILSON Given under my band, at the City of Washington, I fashionable} style.- Tallahassee Oct. 25. [116m.THE on Mon roe.el L sound produciog more or less ofa spasm"and
.._ m 1 ter 1st, 1B34 12-tf this seventh day of July. A. D. 1834.ANDREW by late arrivals from New York, die physician with the family remained during

JACKSON. Medical partnership heretofore existing be l a large assortment,among which the night. At daylight the
LL Alh1fXISTlt.\It':) NOTICE. By the Pretidcnt: the undersigned, was dissolved by mutual are the following: thumping ceased
l pcrsoni having claims against: Lite estate of ELIJAH HAYWARD, consent on the first of October, 1834.J. Gold and silver Watches, Ladies again. On the third evening the same thingwas

CouniVUTIt", ,are BITE 'URST, dece.late of Leon Commissioner of the.General Land Office. [SOts McLEMOJIE, Watches, Gold Earrings, repeated, commencing a little,earlier than
them QT.Itd hereby notified to present them duly au- -- lot WM. FLAKE. Breastpins, Fingerrings, Watch before and so every evening since
iU be within the time prescribed by law,or they MARSHAL'S SALE. r Chains and patent Keys, Gentlemen and Ladle continuingeach
forcv er barred. All persons indebted to said virtue of an Execution, issued and directed to TO THE PUBLIC. Guard Chains Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain and night until morning, and commencing ev-

.Care requested to make immediate payment. IK by the Clerk of the Superior Court for the THE following Certificate from R.A.Greene,Esq.I.I cut glass Beads of every description, Ink-stands, ry evening a little earlier than before, until yea-

It tt. Jjs. SARAH WH1TEIIURST, Adm'trix. county of Leon, district Middle Florida, shall proceed to his Excellency William Lumpkin I, Bronzes, &C. Perfumeries of the best quality, patent terday when tire thumping began at about 12 o'
0' 8. LlNN is my authorised agent. to sell on the first Saturday in December next: Esq. Governor of the State ofGeoagia, u for the ben, Pens, Ladies' Boxes of every size, Scissors, PocketBooks clock at noon.
-----Mtttf( ) SARAH 'VIIITERUB5T. for cash, to the highest bidder, in front of the Court efit ofthoac afflicted with Baskets for ladies and children, Bead-Bags, "

Houae Tallahassee,a very superior patent wrougthiron DYSPEPSIA. India Rubber Bracers,Pistols, Percassiqn Caps, Look- The cir&kmstance were soon genera ?

NOTICE. RANK S.8FE-it is about six feet long, six "A servant girl of mine, who had for several years ing-Glasses, &c. &c. spread through the neighborhood, and bar(

A.Iwhoarc Jlw<*ted. will take notice, that theta feet high, and four feet deep, with double doors, "laboured under a Dysptpsic and Liver Affection, and Tallahassee, October 11, '1834. (9tf) produced so much excitement that the house

"ubscnbers have filed in the Clerk's Office oft fie cases and drawers complete. It will be sold to satisfy; whose life I had dispaired of after the trial of several B"N : : has been filled and
or adition to the former surrounded from
? Jtffcron. Florida, a Petition for a divisionWLiSlaUi the costs,charges, & expenses decreed by said Court, physicians to relieve hero. was successfully treated by JL assortment of FALL sun-Mi tosunrisa -
of lILAC MILLER, late of said county, i Li a ea.use'wherein the Central Bank of Florida was Doct. PITERS of this place, (Milledgeville) whom 1 GOODS, the subscriber has just received ptr 1 every night for nearly a week. Evee -

0 Tetl r1 and will on the 30th day of December, 1834, complainant, and the Merchants & Planter] Bank of consider. pre-eminently skilled in these complaints. brig Rose, the following GROCERIES, which will I> ry imaginable means have been resorted to':fh
Udfic of*ud Magnolia. Thos. G. Gordon and Edw'd R. A. GREENE. sold low for cashviz : :
*,I Court to appoint Cammiub n. Seixas, were order to unravel.the phenomenon. At '
thdlvide
.taiau and Petition" id Estate according to defendants. THOS. ESTON RANDOLPH, "Milledgeville.. Geo. June, 1834.- 200 bbls. fresh superfine Flour, the uld be onetime ', "
-- girl
of thc Petitioners.d *'Oct: 18K. MarshaL -- -- NOTICE. : t 200 sacks ground Alum Salt, w removed. from one. a-

cwf iw4i3l1' Webb, ) The"abore Bank Safe (or Iron Chest) can be seen IX weeks after date, application will be made to 55 bbls. prime Pork pertinent to anQther but without effect.. Whsr

J 11k, n. Loc, ) Petitioners, br at the late Banking-house in Magnolia. Js the honourable the Court for the county of Jefferson 3,500 Ibs. superior Hams, ver she was placed, at uncertain interval t&o:

Pnule,,,, ) gy JJ" B.-Will be sold at the same time and place for Letters Administration en the estate of 400 do. Western Feathers, sudden thumping noise would !be heard ia thor *

ogij0 OEO.:: Y. WARNER, a Screw Press, one pair of Scales aad Weights for HALSCT JOPKSOK, deceased, late of said county. Rice, Goshen Butter,Cheese, Potatoes, ficc. roam. She was taken to a neighbor house

p SB, 1834. [7-3mJ t., dUmuJ.. Ovid, 090 Tftble tad CAP Dodo. NOT.8tb, 1834. (13-61 A. B. SHEHEB., Nov' 18th (l4tf)) BElial' BUND. the wme result followed. When carriedi oaf;.,

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-. -_ F -. 1 GEORGIA & THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, j jThfrioUowiag .1!() m.JV kldf q9' .LxiogLoa,4ft41: intefyin.rt&rsfnt* eonToriii f c11D t r&f- a i djDmr.vrqClr-wa;. .' ;!

r r d"-rSt' ho \: ap.Drake '. DQis-.. _- :J> .! : is the report ttUKai$\{lafgc 33? S it FomFayette countl"l"!:: ed 1J.x"tS.' onion.of-thosheetajfrotn 3 cards/ "d op intereft hi the welfare or > Ii
A who+has been.constant, in, hjI1tten- I jority of both branches of the Lila ure. Georgia ion 1rAt1l!;, ent term of the FayeUc Circuit \\'iJ1te4P: r-. p .sJi8tlJqu;; h the 4 .ty-whoae depQrtment "i ii bp ht. :

tendons during 'the \vhole'! period' 'occasidnly I the recent citation to"appear i&ore, ';,SapriOTie; .douf Judgc 61f icieir! ,preaiiiog, tbo5ws con n. I'J.theltJ. w|-r. T T"""" 'W e learn J that mind is i intelligent, not 8toppio' a k.' .

, nidcd by other scientific observers was with us i Court. It appears that iff* Indian'htd'jxecn guilty of : 8ni 7'R ng:, <<1.parU; & ularlr' athrtc4- th(>o w oQ ww.v.,,.. :cnrj&lnd _tajf. ay is Hie la- whether he swing the h mmcll {..

; Jast evening for two hours:when wo were politely -J murder in. Murray County, and,"convicted of ,the nHho: charge to too Graritf' ur nnd the '"dulyof improvement, and that they are capable of th rad. There is nothing. *, tf **

t allowed make variety of experiments I crime by'a jury according""to.the laws of the State of inquiring into all cases of private as well as turning: off 60 Iba. of cotton per day for each natural I claim I as the reluctant the tllt1t, iCO'

i' with the girl 'in addition to those heretofore I Georgia. The jurisdiction of the Court is disputed, public gaming was strictly enjoined. card. It was invented and patented by Win. fynpathy-the, forced 8mil" bonvt'rsatlOntfre !

tried, to satisfy ourselves that there is no imposition and the State has been summoned- appear* before In pursuing tho inquiries \'hicbJbey deemed B. Leonard, Esq. agent for the 'M ttr.a\\un: hesitating .: (

in tho case and possible to discover : the U. S. Supreme Court.-We presume; as in the .: necessary, in order to effect the object contemplated Company New York-from which Company hesitating, comphiIIIcc..th(. COnpan wel.r I """ J S r'.
case of Tassels, the offender will have to expiate his beautiful of the Lynchburg apt to manifest to those a' .
the secret of tho mystery. by the Legislature the _Grand Jury I the machinery a littl'd .fen11
Tho girl was in an upper room with a part crime, leaving PHILANTHROPISTS to crymurder-settle had various persons summoned before them I Factory was procured. whom in comparison of intillea! and O"1t. '. quire;

of the family, when we reached the house. the disputed question as it may best suit them. I in order to give testimony : arnons them We mijiht also describe minutely the Roping a f virtue they frequently sink into'P .tsted:

II The noise then resembled that which would' LEGISL.flTIVE DEB. .TES. I Chnrlton Hunt, Esq., Mayor of Lexingtoo, machine the spinning frames, the looms, cance. sold II

! bo produced by n person: violently thumping FEDERAL RELATIONS. A. K. VVoodley, Esq., and G. L. -Postle- &c. but we deem it unnecessary.We yJIletheY

o the upper'floor with the head of an axe, five or The Committee on tho State or the Republic thwaite, one othe proprietors of the Phoenix look upon this establishment:!! ::: 1 as opsniiii EXPENSIVE: NAME. Mr. 'h.

f, six times in quick 8ucces ionlarring] tho house, in the Senate, a'ad tho Select Committee in Hotel. These gentlemen: refusing to answer a new era to (ibis section of Virginia. We citizen of Bostcir-, priportable : '. S:3t '(
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ceasing a few 'minutes, and then resuming as the House ot Representatives to whom was the intcrrogitors propounded to them, were I cannot doubt that it will pro e to be a profitable ne'l:1 t. on the continent of was Kuroo'e recem,yIIIII1g state'ofou willIJI1nd

: before. We were soon introduced into the referred the Governor's Message communica- lined in the sum of $30 each, and ordered to experiment' to the' enterprizinj sflckh'lV| '1 Germany; as h! nwtoiij. V.* :

; ; apartment nnd permitted to observe for our- ting tho CUalion from tho Supreme Court, jail. for contempt of court. i: tIers, and that it will consequently excit.- ; touristy;: he pro-iuVd himself a toO, tlpd

: selves. The girl appeared to be in pc.rfect made, cajh to their respective houses the following In the interim between the summons of :, spirit of horiHriiblo compel.tio; :;, whi'hiII: i which I I his natnn. and residonce!' wnli n* & : 1
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I;' health, cheerful, dee from spasms felt at, first Messrs. Hunt and Postlethwaile before the result in tho mo.;;t beneficial: consequence.One II.n ( JAMES PHINCE= of Boston Wer.d.J Datc'of '

and entirely releived) from every thing like REPORT : : Grand Jury\ and the imposition of the tine I or two additional! fac.tmics hf-re ot" the ( in plain; unpretending style in -Jmr d let tf'

the fear or annrchcnsion which she manifested The Committee on the State of the Republic -: and imprisonment, the Grand Jury had been same; clnracter: (one! oU i r at least is chi1rtl r-.1 j.\! another, Autumn gentleman. CotIcthed

: : for some days. The invisible noise, however J l'1 j jconlinued :, to whom was referred tho Executive, communication i dismissed fr a 'week. On reassembling! the L cd I \\'illlc(1 to the introduction ;>mong nof i[ town where the travellers! stopp-J At tv'i'received 1.rJ u; JDcsi

: to occur as before, though some. of the 7th instant, with accompanying charge: otthu Jiuvo in relation to g.iiiiliiig was: a new arliclo of traffic., and Lynchhurj': will become .u stat.-Iy form by J :

what diminished in frequency and sound while] : documents, report : so 'modified ar.! to make it discretionary] instead I' a inark for colton as advantageousto and with a !,;ruItJ'alU1e; for guard which f hoe !.)fliC-

We were in the room. In order to ascertain: That the writ of citation which has been of obligatory on the Grand Jury to prosecute :I. the planter :n it i is: already to the tobacco-: 1,sent'-d with a' bill tf a't htnJred' n, : : :

more satisfactorily that she did not produce it served upon his Excellency the Governor, nt the enquiries enjoined in the original I grower And: why may '* f? not also hope to i At ;a scroridand tnird town they I) ", Bo

voluntarily,among other experiment we placed the instant of James Graves convicted before charge. Under the :impression, from thin altered see our unequalled: mountain ranges elll(-'nef t i in; the :;:lme style 01*costly maniit"n; WCJ1I: p.celv trw:

her on a chair on'a blanket fa the centre the superior court of :Murray county of the tone of the Judge, that witnessed would hy flocks of :h-ep, ) i iclliIr their fleeces to a : t-.:(, Americans finding that: ..;thr. this s,

of the room bandaged: chair with\(\ cloth fastening crime of murder, as detailed in lib Excellency's not be compelled; to givo ''teslimony in cases:! manufactory of coiuse wool'-n} fabrics: \ su j were going; on, their cash would! b t la price'As

her feet on the front rrninrA! and confin- Message, is, m the view of your committee of privato as well us professional gaming, the much in demand: ) in a SV! : country, an.] paying MiHoro' they t arrived it 'he e"l.. .

ing her hands together on her t lup. No change an attempt to abuse the process of the: Grand Jury unanimously: ( resolved that they such handsome profits t"ithenianiinic.lurer? j i circle, eiquiu-d of tne h,>:\i centre if : flf the fi;. !

however was produced-the thumping contin- Supreme Court of the United States, for the could not effectually pursue their inquiries to Why, int:: section: of country, abounding in lik.-I themtlvi'g I could! not privatLujcn -.....,. \l gc.nl. iras: :
ued as before, except that it was not quite so pifrposo interfering with the ordinary criminal g.trdmg; ; violations of the laws against unlawful iron. ore, -:limiM!(} there not be thr moans of the (?er 'an towns xvj'hout! so p \ r'j'J' the ,;Tam
much
loud, the noist resembling that vhich would jurisdiction of this State, which, by the gaming, and requested to be dischnrg \'. ()rkinz! it up into merchantable commodities I 1I"a and expense. The host: o )

produced by stamping on the floor with a ; constitution thereof, is vested exclusively in ed. \ Ill why may not a paper mill be profitable in hat: :the (':coal! if they pleased informed P..lt

heavy heel. Yet she did not move a limb nora the superior courts. The Judge explained-and tho witneses il! a coninunitconsuming so HlUCiof tint \hut thn :aid he, !boning ubstquionar travel t.,* 'vt

muscle that wo conld discover. Sho remained The right to enforce the criminal laws ofa having been brought before the Grand Jury, artil'lf, anti within reach Ctf a constant an.l I Prince, .. it wi I be for | t I ''' stt'eJurv

in tins position long enough to satisfy State within her own limits, is one of local and refusing to answer, were fined, &c. as daily) invreasiu d demand:: ? Tho: mv \\ ill' to take IH& nth out IIcn''istry of tn- i-'is..)to'l,Hi.I'oan,,,

ttll in the room that the girl exercised voluntarily character essential to the preservation of[ above staled come, we doubt not, when our anticip itionon I I a once cxp'uiccd the whole}[ I oit" r 1i8 an- ,

' no sort: of agency I in producing tho noise. peace and good order ithin her borders, clearly Tho Grand Jury subsequently presented: I i this puhjeet: all lInC as they ar-, will be More:, ., lI !nrlce hiviaj[ : caused: l hiproper nutter. and 'I 1. CIW '

'. It was observed that the noise became greater I belonging; to that "residuary maps of sove another communication to the Comt, imputing 1 I han re.ilizrd.Ve: have: water power( in :abundance I I be: jiiade: I W( through! ( .. tm J ; r-ifainu'er correct..n.'II fa'l'1(
the farther she was removed' from any other reignty" which is inherent in each State, nnd I dlinqiiencj on thc part of the Court in the and tho elements of wealth! within oMr! tour without! *o bi 3 bco!
being with
person. We placed her in the doorway \)f a the exercise of which, although of vita! importance discharge of its :dulies. This ud'&e alleged reach: -why should! they be waited; and thrown I regnl! honors. annoyed any | rlh t 13.. :.

.closet in the room tho door, being a-jar to allow to such State docs not interfere with this to he a contempt and seven of the Grind; a .\'ay ? t

her to stand in the passage t in less than a the essential rights: or interests of the other Jurors, refusing to purge themselves on oath"I We would! advice all Southern gentlemen 'L'.\ ;.:.1.\-The proprietor- of ..1

minute the door uVv open as it violently struck States in the c nfi>e1crncy. Your committee of an intentional censure of the Court wen; .1 ho are eniMued! in the erection of mauiifae; I theatres I in France, to one of IIPvinrml : In'

with a mallot, oreompriMied: with precisely r need not jIIISC to show, by -historical rcfer- fined in the sum of $10 each and i-npn! ,;oned I luring cstoblisluncnts or who may with to ac i ;arlv account of t.m;>tv. boxes,repair the}, I}I'"'

such noise as such a .thump would rodllcn. rcnce, that other States, having an Indian population 2-1 hours for contempt.--3Iaysviilc: ( Ky.) Eag. quire information in relation to thorn, t-i_paya arrival of ** .1'.t t.'i.\, the great Ticnj anijurltd! ; t 1fp., .
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. This was repented several times with the same 1 within their borders have afforded a L ,. IJ-- a \ il to our mnn"tctorr.Yc; are authonz I'U;; of'tho! French stage; tor that nicnl I ..
: effect. lu.diort, in whatever position she was practical exposition of the right of a State lo ed to say:; that: the Superintendent: will !u* at all I It so happetird that Talrr.a hun-elf"awp 1))10) y .

placed, whether in or Out of the room, similar 1 punish tho perpetrators of whether Indian From the Lyrchburg, Va. paper, Oct. 20. times happy to furnish:! thf-in: with any information the town on the vry_ dav.. Seein"t, .

Jesuits varied a 1. .ile perhap? by circuniNian- or white) committed within her limits. LYXCHDURG COTTON FACTORY. that they rmj desire to obtain. .,: announced in 'he play( bills for"thc" to "
Ces \u>re prodn> t. There is certainly! nor I [our committee need only re'cr to the recent t The South is ranidlv I = P'r.
nwnltrninT its i p- IMahoriict
to true he debated! ; v. jih him ff! .
in the '..se.-\ntl for caso of George Tassels which our J > vr.:r:.
deception ( now ( 'unN' in own policy, and turning its attention; to tho rnanufacturing -j I From the/ Utimorc American.HORRID !1'h! .si'd) prnd ''or the tlirector of? I>! P
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For suffer State carried out the
successfully in
tute. b'jtatrJ':1
onl'sc.c's we none: principle
I, of articles that enter 1 : awl .'ith hf' '
; many irgely MUttUFJiWe :? I ; reproich'-dhim !lr" ;: 'I):') r.\: V
other which have been sugge.teJ'by question. .
conjecture { into its consumption, for which it was formerly learn, byaccmmts: from Non'olk: that about tf' prncti'-e on !ho ri.miir.: 0:1 i rd1 "
Dr. 1). and (.;hcis that the phenomenon lour committee; briefly remark, that by reason t
electrical. of the Govpmwenl under which dependent upon foreign or northern indus- a shocking murder or murders were cu.iimit don { \\ronsi'l.MT'J} it. h %t-r t'> u / to the !h '.;{tr"'tne':
s we li"Qucin try.-Manufacturing\ establishments have already friday of la-l week at a place c H'll1 cim t |f[ se t from tile IJ"x('-; mra..d&.r: & ; flt:1 :, ?
federal
This is be and
: conjecture supposed: to suppor- partly partly national, two been elected in various of the I Pleasant) ', ife
sections between what is termed I1hck\\.t"r: -trt.C': H. : ,:mj, a. : :: i hi. f\I.. t
ted the fact tat! the noise is distinct classes of'cacs arise and that '
by prevented by
I a just Southern States ; and as their advantages arc and) the Great Bridge, in Xorf.dk county, t lint hi. rpvivbut r n' ;"a ; .. ;Ili :en"!. talhui| rVrc -
of the difference)
the intervention of substances that appreciation which exists
are nonconductors be- '
more fully developed, and as WH become better y lf illia. Th.i report is that .- -.". ,-. .
i I a man name-J I } : I.J.P..I :: / p"r.h -;n.La.e: to ;
as for instance when a pillow was twa-n them will lead tn n. maintenance of the :
; Ii ll' acquainted witb the manner of conducting Fenlress and a neighbor: of t hi"5: had obtainH! 1 Tnlmn I: "<.",::.I'!, bcr.r to MV thi I prtseVn''ricrcd nibi-;, :>
of each
the door in State while
her and
placed between person I Ii just: rights a duo observance .
which she stoi ij J, no noic or effect whateveris of those which belong to the United them, we may confidently expect that they will I per.r.ission:; of a Mr. Miller, recently tcrn-vvr'tI l ; ::.:! fi-'ti-ri Z: rr.nn-J rn 1t,1' ..;vrt?: car.t

discoverable. So \\hen she gets: upon a I' States, will be preserved. be rapidly augmented in number and diversified from thence to Nr.rf-ilk: unrnuflrh, to turn tlJr. r J room, nrt--? Ili'l'i: I' !;.i->-vnthu to Jtab.-"i;";, J ::C';::

leather bed: n-ul again if she lays at length on I 'The[ right to recrflatc the interior police of a in character.: t stock flIt-. the enclosures:, of !Millar's farm, at I W..1::! ,' 'r-Irlt. I Ic : i-. in iil .:cr. n''''..',','.>.rd I).':;)
One
of
.. the most extensive of Uvse establishments -I :Mount PI'osmt.-\, man nemed Syke.s took and Tulnt.t! v/r- .i:'I id I iMtMA-Uv; tnl.i! !hfl fJi: b biea> $1 i.-
Slate of local
the floor the thumping seemed to be near her : u nc a domestic character, I .
has been recently, buill in this phcc, I the liberty to ell\ similar -ri'i ln> li". :-
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) n thi. ; wben Fen 1111 i : t iii or ae'r d :'a ton:
head which,i very much effected at the helouging to that class of cases! the legislation n | wmg
mo-I which\ by tho Lynchburg Manufacturing Company tr/.ss ar-d Iiis nrijhbor, won 4thT! took! Idwn i robe, ann I.h*? -"- ,.. ;:IJ: .ik/ '- Vf piactTh
i is
that
ment of the report, so much so : over: exclusively vested in the State' '
qcteams; on ono such occasion: sho said it and which should be asserted by her with that some time since chartered by the Virginia: Lt:> t I n fence, and drove S./!{ .,ho-s- oii.Sykef I I.;iirht: or !?;-' -iii.i:!:;.-r .' rJ ai: (lb. :.", iureiMiy mg'S'

appeared as if some one was nicking! her I firmness, dignity: and moderation which should I gislaturc, and: has partially commenced op->rations L- I i.i j son ou'l I nephew, argnr' tif.! fir-t' t r i : !ii. .'.vi.-eavd.! I T.il.m hirt-, a?:', -
under the superintendence and \\ jib a the litter with Hr'nrifiieup ; t e!, and .v. in I th .;.ijb the tipiny. :
brains out." tmrk: the deliberations of tho Representatives management j gnu n. pi="tr) 1* } < ; re ii :mar: of t hu':
of Mr. Thamas C. Scrvoss; assisted In I at tho ti when words 'I !h"f. ih :_ ins ,
of hr :nc.! sorn" pS"d boIween t HJ : :'v ;t'louir! porjntiu '
The noiso of the reports may be heard at people.Your J J "vi.r;
least 100 yards from the house. committee 0)SPrvCthat from the lel- several ingenious artisans from the Northern I Fe.tress: = and! Hvps! ;an,1 the l lntr do! I .UJllf"I- :.I', -,,'h:.. h .;-is; 'l[;n,,; -l tr> seehi! 1'1'a '

fcr of \\ illiam G. Springer the of the factories.Vc have been highly, o ratified by Iy raided his gun, and :shot I"entrcss th'fJ'-h.! .I ho : pr.t&'ai! :i
,- -- State, which accompanies( the Executive agent a slight inspection vf its beautiful machinery' I the body, at th< distaiice of onlv a few rI ic\, the tran-tf!.):> tltgilt ;j.)t u-;: :fG ;aruM, 1 a1iroitaIia na n:tt

' [From the Pittslmrg Advocate.] : ; they learn,, that: from the course pursuedby : message :: .mil [propose, aided by the. memoranda ludl VfriiiId the loading; filtering: tho pit of his -Hlonrvic; I com, ,-it>jI l -; : :. tfx! VI1I'C and t'ra: ant,; IVey.
j by Mr. Servoss, to give our readers Fenlrcss fell 'loul.: As his friend) autl'h} i. of th !< ,
There arc in the city of Pitt hlJrg. sixteen j I his honor, Judge lloopci ( the I ; [p-UUO! I.I-' I'-* I'.V-it
upon proprict1v brie; I
of
a it. bor
Foundries and Engine Factories" of the j I of which they disclaim the right of description lurnod to ni.'C', Syos'! nephew fird at hhi !i I II ,
pasinj : The building' is of brick 44 S5 feet, and I and shattered .
IXo
by
I .
largest denomination besides other I determination one (Jf his; arms. He turned .> i Prom MI* n-v. N'jvof rarc..
numerous ) ha
,
:< a general : : heen excited .
establishments of less magnitude.The I the Indians to maintain themselves is divided] into the necessary coripurtoients: bog for his life, when Sykes seized tie! nth r t t "t. ir;>-i
are nine Rolling Mills" cutting 2 against: among the policy and !l.uvs= of this Stale, and -the first or upper fl.or for weaving ; the second pistol; t from his son, and shot the wounded rn I'! .]j i :'H.t ;l.ai ,cIJpsr'f'n! .-f hr !;f.iiwtli'i : Ii

tons uf Nails and rolling S tons of iron ,p your and the
day, on the average, and employing from 70 !, may be interposed by that determination; be and the warping basement; {lT fourth for for dressing, & j, I been so badly wounded, as not to survive, i II F,r p. ":-'lIT fiij.v.-iMcdf. S'H'. ftljt-( .,l I.-r hr>Tie-. -

to 90 hands* each. i] twccn the sheriff of !Murray and the >or a machine shop. ( coroners! inquest! Ind been heIdJ>iit the iesut t I I 11- tv i-.-jU ._.: hor r.a..H-tH.H-Il..r; : ocrap1ttons .
county lIt i.j
; to
designed 2500
Here arc six h Cotton Factories," with an execution of the laws in the case of James :j I which wiii be run spindles; 1000 of or f farther particulars about the ;mutderers! hat i I i -If r au'I:if; ''4)ri -e.rryhi.ijon I : wbicjiii h .ul!
put itnruodiatcly! in operation Ii I not been hoard at Norfolk when the I .. I lv iiilii-itri ., t ,I (' forThe '
aggregate of* 20,000 spindles, 116 power j Graves. They have therefore endeavored to stean : : .f'I') 'u 't: < -omt'trt :
and
looms. and 770 hands. provide for such exigency, by recommending.I also probably 2000 within a short time. It i is boat left on Sunday. I! afreet".r: : Mn'lrn-ss 1 --for picture. ': 3

Six extensive White-lead Factories." ] tho adoption of a resolution authorizing the contemplated to commence weaving! during 1 i- 1 [1'areiiis hy ivh.sadvice she has 'een "mto: j unC

Five extensive Biewcrics,' besides small ;| sno'ifM i ; should ho deem it necessary, to employ i:I the present winter. We !b-arn that it will Lake SUptOThe investigation made a; 1 Il -the sifter to whom she has Jared to i lilt; .)art :In"l!,:

ones. such (Ibroc: ,_s will ensure the execution of the 1 give employment to between 50 and 70 persons I Keewecna point, by Mr. Schooleruft and Dr. I I the eV'.Tv. naibryo thought; a-ut feeling: the .0
and
Six Steam:saw Mill." sentence in the above case. I 1 that respectable white-laborers onlv y 1 onion on their late expedition the sources brother who has played! with her, b, turn* I ftcounsellor t I..::;
will be .
Four Steam Grist Mills." Your committee, impressed with these view', One employed.of the of the Mississippi though"} only Rhper 1'iaf. (: and t.;>e counselled-and the y'ath' g.< Iie
Ten extensive .' Glass Works." recommend for :I most prominent cxccllcncics'of warrant in ferenccs that copper ore will be' er children, to whom she has: hitherto : dsa. \
respectfully adoption the following !
Upwards of one hundred steam engines in resolutions : the machinery of the establishment, is: the found in such abundance as to invite and reward mother and the playmate-all am to be! I for .. L

full operation.There Water Wheel, which in point of beauty and future exsrlions. The mineral ken at one full stroke -every, former tie fl3I .m

arc n.orcever, innumerable establish. 1t.lved by the Senate and House of Re- apparent durability, as well as in the small lions are there all of a promising asssnci-I, and l lowsened-the spriu of every action is to I 1 be 1 1a :.)!1..
of the State
rnents for the manufacture of Ploughs, Tim- presentJiv: s Georgia, in General volume' of water required to move it, may be the spccimems brounht bvk arc rich invmri(,- changed ; and vet she flics with jnvin 1 them I :

bet wheels, Screws of alll kinds, Saddle-Trees AsseisbiV: met : That they view with cited as a model for similar establishments. ty and! Iwauty.Vj determination of suchan trodden path befor her ; buoyed up bjrllI :;(

JHachino Cards Bells, Brass Work of feelings every with the a.di.'iinislration of the '
description criminal dam to the small canal, and thence to the It have r and thai i is ar d )
: Locks, &c, all manufactured extensIvely nviy marked influence on the coming grateful l adieu to tho.Iife past
laws of this Stale h tho of tho
use
: for exportation. ] process I wheel, is a manifest improvement upon the prosperity; of Lake Superior. It is known' turns: with excited, hopes and joYous ant icii''- .
.. fcf the Sunrcmc court othe United States. old ;
Virginia fashion substituting_ .
,
\vpll ti2i
.. II"_ that in lion of the Then woe i
w -- uo "" arrangements arc now progress by the happiness to come. ?dI
CUMBERLAND, Md., Nov 4. Resolved, That the right to punish the per- structed wooden pipes, hound with iron hoops: Fur Company in the N firthr est to extend I the man who can blight! such fair hopes v.' ,d

BEARS. CHILD petrators of crimes committed within the jurisdiction for the unseemly troughs which arc: almost its-establishment at La, Pointe, :10 as greatly r can treacherously l lure such a heart fpm i its

During the DESTROYED and chartered limits rfa. State, is one universally resorted to for ihat purpose in this to enlarge tho business on thou waters; much l} peaceful enjoyment and the watchful prote! tlCk' :i
present season, bears have been of those lesiduary rights, the exei cisv of whichis region. of that which has been heretofore transacted tion of home-who can, coward likl: l brl 50o1

most very frequently seen westward of this place, i: of vital importance to the domestic: peace Wo visited the factory last Thursday for on the Lower Lake at M.ickmac, will hereafter the illusions that have. won her, and tlestri e3loe
in -
generally or near corn fields. A letter and internal c.f such State and the the purpose; of witnessing its ..JJilt.
The :
from economy 't operations. .be done at that remote place. schonn-t. the co.ufide.nen which love hat 1 m pirc.t.
( states Petersburg that Pa., published in the Advocate practical operation of which can in no >*viSe beautiful arrangement, and the regularity with I cr will bo constructed at the Sault St. :Marie, to him who has too eurly, withdrawn the! ( t .
,
..
-' they arc often seen crossing conflict with the essential rights interests of ,which part performs its allotted of medecipine ) atnd!
the or e\tjry duty, exeiled :- this winter to be launched the ensuing season' der plant from the props rtud! staycs
turnpike near that town, and that a her co-states. our admiration and astonishment, Thc Such nurtured 1, ai (
small I a ciaft will at once open new t facilities in winch sho has been
who hud
boy .been in search of the cows Resolved, That his nrocess that will perhaps: more for the f or
particularly ;
had recently been devoured Excellency the Governor advancement of science as well as yet nr.ike no eflort supply their pLtces
Th& by boars in that be, and he is hereby, requested to communicate strike the attention of'those unaccustomed\ t tosucr' commerce, and we may anticipate that Lake on him the responsibility of hor errors-.oJ kr

vittfiity.ferer were found legs which and feet of Jim little suf by express to the Sheriff Murray : objects, is that of carding. The colton Superior will, in the course j.a few years him who Ins first twi: ;.;rit Ivir, by hb cum; [pie ]

nized the revealed to his! ago- county, the determination of this State to enforce i is placed within reach of the carding apparatusin more be nearly as well known as its:>> sisterter ; to growcarries of her duty and then expo 3e Iti
parents fate of the
A similar child.-Civilian. her criminal laws ; and that such ordersbe the form: of a roll, (which has been previously i- Lakes below; and that its mineral wealthits her with melancholy event is montioued in issued by him to that officer will ; prepared by a picker and lap machine,, tlM' teapt: \
the Bradford Pa. as ensure I ) pictureesque and often sublime heart, to wide storms aid thd wily i ad'
( ) Settler, of the 1st inst., the execution of the Jaws the and the cards having performed their the will scenery \
irom which in case of James duty, have other witnesses than tho raie few who lions of a.sinful world. d'r
: we learn, that a small child, in Ti. Graves convicted of murder. cotton is then taken from the delivering cylinders have the entcrprizo of Mr. Schoolcrafl and his ,

oga county, wa lately seized by a bear, whilst Resolved, That the sheriff* of said i in an even and J.hin, sheet, by the rapidmovement associates.! -DetroitJJor. ; BCSIXESS OF FRANKLIN: ?.l\"s.-I: is sta'ccl! thatia i!
in field with county ,
laIIl
a some cows not far from rent&TIas !
the dwel be and he is hereby authorized and I of a comb, which strikes it, and Hi. town (lor township) o' Friinkli, u..r'J .
: Jing, but before assistance empowered I > ., about lGI'lersoosths'fr
could be rendered containing a popuation o':
falls into Tin
by some men vho were in to employ guard o far mod men, jibe shall a small trough an endless belt t, NEVER SAY YOU CASNOT.Thero never wis ihe value of the j "- ''a\v hat? iu.iinr.i"turc} by ;
life and partly: devoured.sight, was deprivedof deem the sumo necessary, to carry into execution which conveyes it to a splendid little machine, an instance of a man shrinking disposition males is between: ,-00 .in I SJCOO dollars a }par.swio rv
*
the said sentence. termed the rail-way drawing"-The sheets: having
The accomplished:: great things. Drones, -
; same states, that 3t
paper
an
in Smithfield bad been recently acquaintance seized and Resolved, That his Excellency! the Go $r> from four carcli..g! engines mute at this point, or stupid beingswho will not, or possibly cannot i- G.\JIEsTEns-A German pnpei mention' the
nor, and all other officers of this and and passing though the rail-way drawing" exert themselves bo with ii 300() CO)::11-
considerable mangled, by a wounded bear of State be. may got along i; fact, that of f.hmetf'rs: at Hambu'-g, (
which he nod others were in pursuit. He ,was they arc hereby required to avoid any step by arc deposited, in a single stran in tin cases: but a person who-is forever tinckf ring about milted :suicide, 109 ended their career:;
laved from death by the timely interference of which tho State of Georgia may be made a prepared fer their reception, without being han something and will be constantly delving at lers, or highway robbers, and the real liningwjth,

hisjeomrades. party to tho case sought to be made before tho dled.Ve are informed that the utility of this i this, that and the other with desperate industry 200 by apoplexy! chagrin or despair.

supreme court of tho United Slates by the operation consists not entirely in the ability I to: ; and yet flinches when he arrives vt some'
\ -- !said of citation. unite the cotton from the four cards, (which difficulty he cannot see is using \
WeXinderstand an individual.nnmcd: Guicr process through, such un one A French dentist in London
or Gricr a foreigner has been arrested on sus/i- nowever, be of vast importance in regulating' we desire no acquaintance with; give u* the success, a mineral marmoratum, universe JUytbe

cion of, bring the person who assassinated Perry, GAMING.It its evonness) but also in the pecularity of the man who having mane up his mind to arrive recommended by the faculty.! It tills up .

on thCieyening of the election in Locust Ward.He construction of the machine by which this is at a given point, dauatlessly. pushes onward qavily; in decayed teeth, without the least I f aU!
known
: had a partial 1 examination before the Mayor of M: the generally that, during the session effected : when one of the cards is stoppedfor through every obstacle. Resolution is the talisman i- heat or pressure*; and in.a, f few seconds: I' 3r...

yesterday morning,and was commuted! for further Kentucky Legislature of 1832.3, the purpose cleaning the cylinders there, i that forces the flood gate of wealth and: dens.into enamel, forming a whole tooth out
Hearing.: The presumptive evidence] against him a severe law was enacted against the odious i is no reduction in the size of the stran of cotton unravels the of ofexcru
rich. nil further
mystery getting of arresting progress
is said to be very strong. We shall give the result and demoralizing vice of Gaming. This law ; the machine is so arranged, that when SOCIAL oCOURsE.-\Ve a stump most < -
the
should make minute
of the subsequent examination as poou as it isobtained. is generally known: as \VicklinVs Law," having the curd is stopped sliding small rod ito decay, allaying in one of
by a
a principle to extend the
.-[Philadelphia[ Gazette. been introduced into the hand of fellowship I: ciating pain, and rendering the operation
Legislature which
J by I moves one wheel. t l out ot: gter, and an-: eyery man who discharges his duty faithfully extraction. unrwssary.

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-rLORIDIAN : We Have been ppfftely favored by'Mr Hu b- fact flag that,of, Nelson at the present; ve can 'scarcely.' 'CT&tho : knowingtofiir' it is san drtpa pebble into For New fork }ajabstofttial "
moment rlafion who
son,un owner of the Br. Brig Gulaare, arriv was once the formost, and : 'the opening ; before they venture to put a pawn Tnz BrigSUSdUEHANi

!I trAaau.. m4lQ nB g ed yesterday from St. Vincents with the should have become braresjOfthE. ea, | I ;' but the uninitiated .f the tribe, forgettingthis NAH, capt. WILSON, will sail with de*
papers : now the mst '
of impotent taken patch for the above For freight' of
that place of 6th and 16th ult. precaution, are pristners incontinently. port.
NOVEMBER 29. and I and insignificant. passage, apply to R. Lot, or the capt. on boaftl.

s1fURIAY, Barbadoes papers, (Mercury Globe and West By the late report of the Minister of the .-Herald. 1 St. Marks Nov: 29th, 1334. (I6tf.)
Indian .
from
)
s 5till improving, as will be seen by our These, 29th contain SepJ.the to 10th Oct. Marine to the Cortes we learn that the Span Uncommon Occurrence.-On .Tuesday last, For New York. C

Northern papers. We received no I IeJtTSctSnorth papers details of tho unhappy i ish Navy at present is reduced down to TMB schr. HctLcsrovr'
disturbances two some persons were opening an old well in Capt. LEWIS',
of Augusta by the mail: of Thursday Guiana. The in the colony- Britten seventy fours,-one built in 1755, the other I Hawkins street, Boston, fur the of -I ,_ will. probably sail on Sno'! LV next.: .

1 understand that the Courier & En- I evidences exhibited in tho late ; i in 1771 ; four frigates, three I purpose w- MILLER..
1t ?' but we j trial ofthe desperadoes corvettes, seven placing in it a suction pipe. Before an; atempt St. Marks Nov.-24 -16-lsv *
rrun: received via Charleston, in which it is I! proves th.at the Colony ; brigantines, eight scheoners and
*as one three- mad descend
. was to a light was brought -"
1Tff the
N. Orleans Cotton had was or. brink of ruin. The STORAGE
of choice I decker of 88 S-c. ..
lot ringlea unfit for
that a I : guns service and .debt order
in it ascertain whether
I ders havo by letting < :'It- further ail-I been
? We a still severely handled. undersigned
expect "Ono haalnr-e
cents. has of 300 millions of reals and
ffcntr THE c.neajcnt"Tpe.
owing to the ostab- the
airs
:l FJla 1\1 l ec.aooc! up to the latest dates from Liverpool, I been sentenced to suffer death; three to transportation -'I l lishment.-N. Y. Star. was fit for respiration. The moment for the Storage of GOODS: tn-1, POT rov. :

.sI'"t: expecting a 'large crop from the United and all the torments the light was held over the well, an instantaneous Cotton shipped to any port in tb* lTn,'Hr- from

1C Ihrr trrrc, and it inayhecNpCCtCd' that when the real i it: and of the others two have been subsequent on : combustion took place, ommitting II all charges for lighterage.
condemned FATAL DUEL.
.!.:*tCS. sll"a11 be taiowua corresponding riep'a to receive : -We learn that a duel was a light of blue flame, accompanied with intense EDiv 0\unsr.-\\s.
'eof1bt' f-w 200 lashos each and fought behind the Race Magnolia. Flo. Nov.26. 1814.-1.; ;;>,
many more Course ;
ret ., ('. Therein no question that the dc- one month's imprisonment and ; this morning heat, and jarring the ground and buildings for
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refo cu'.' :' <. :r i.m exceeds the supply. II is well known, The Barbadoes Globe, of, the 9th 150 Oct.lash -s. !between two individuals, one of whom, named some rods around. Two men, who were I TO RENT, -
Francis Boulan
; ''v .' .-onMiinpnoh t'f Cotton in France is ra- which we have nttide the abov* from was Bar Keeper at Mrs.Chapce's standing at the top of the well, were consi-I IIF VALUABLE S.I-.Y and Gr !'i
6 ,
| PI 1,4, .':a-i:; :: The heavy Tariff imposed: onT adds "'Thc. quotation, then Boarding House, East Bay, and der scorched and blistered.-Boston Pat. I Mill, with other convenient
:
'
e examples ought to 'be sufficient the t other htely arrived from 1Jl1I'f'8. situated for a family with
for the Boston ninety acres' of
ori : Gw; n.nn linens, cnc.rmragcmrr.t: was a
1111! .
fresh
i D" '" S to prtfve to the apprenticed labourers inCVCY hoarder at the same Hotel The D1ieliizalbroad.The First Chamber of the Land cleared and under good fen nfP. For
ci'iaifacturersof. France has caused furmer -
;;.. wa terms!' to David G.
d" i J.tWn colony the apply Rancv, ntApaao! ; Jams
I of or'
States
6 folly refusing to shot through the heart Hanover adopted in a recent sitting :
perform
,
t'p lived a> a substitute for almost all tIp. at the first;; fircXnd a. M. Harris, of Cluincy, or the undersign.: The
Cl1ft'n This! ;i the small portion oflabour which is required instantly A l law on duels. The penalty of death is pronounced desciibed is situated above
vvifir .. ;r. t;: v in tintoiiitry. tog.thcr with I expire trifling dispute >*as. we property near Apalachicola rive,
:" 'ofthem law against the who in mortal combat i in the .
0 t \Ili.-';' street'the Hritish} West Italia Cthrl1l O. by ; aid convince them that they understand, the cause of this fatal 'cvcnt.- person, a neighborhood: of Aspnln o.
> 4j1 can derive nothing from shall have killed his adversary, which penalty, SAMUEL B WILSON.
influence the value illegal but Charleston Pat.
an impo/tr'nt: un opposition
'eiHi ... ii; ""W } under Gadsden
circumstances be
) I 11&It misery and ruin." extenuating may com county, Nov.25 lS34.l6..6wIlE .
il:T (1311(1 i'years t o come.I& muted to 20 years transportation. In the case of a I
T
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The
' 'I colonies are in a very unsettled slate; From the Boston Sentinel. duel not before fixed to be mortal, he who shall IV.ILTOXLsV.tfls XEAR TALLAHASSEE

B01th", ,..I-r :. 'Tlicrci js a per on in this counv and rigorous measures must be resorted to ECI.lrsE.-\ have killed his FOR SALE.
inv uncommon eclipse of the sun adversary is punishable by six:
inri '. II Stance i.f one servant has made j before N pur uancC"t>>f an Act of the
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Legislative
WIt of I Council
a season
11' 1 tl-' lasting tranquility must be will take place in this region on Sunrday, the years imprisonment in a house ofcorrection, which approved FebV 10th 1834
the
f ,
worth we
a'es
l co-ton
ai prcs-.nt ; nndersigacd
I. restored.It be diminished
,','sscvti. thoMcand] dol'ais.in" 30th inst. Over .this State more thin 10-12ths period may by extenuating circum \\ ill l expose to public sale, in front of the Auction

11 j .., -nn-ard-"fuvo i : _! f appears hat the measles! had broken out of the Icminary will be obscured. In the cities stances. Serious wounds from the same' cause are I Room of Robert:J. Hacktey in the City of Tallahassee ::-

* in Barbadoes and punished by ordinary imprisonment. on Saturday the: 1 13th day of December
fatal the savannah Charleston next at
proved
that to and
fir !1 riatiV.rc( understand: onr n.-re ground adults. very Beaufort, S. C. I 11 o'clock A M. Six LOTS or LAND, containing 40

I: :v 1',1) cr 111(' }jdatration. of Dr. Whitthend: \, and! the obscuration will be total, and the darkness OBITUARY. S acres each, being a part of the Walton Tnet, adjoin.

''t!' ft., ,_,, ..' I';' -l.c Mond jiickin v.TigSicd, nnd f The papers contain further Details .of the continue a minute and a half. This eclipse Df'f'arHlI' tills life big the lands of Sarn'I! TT. Duval and Bon Chairc?,
. the 7th
on after
Ir
: instant a severe
.J; "ii :v" .:<*'(J il.'s- of coiton in the *c n illness in the
20th of her at her husband'sresidence deceased. These
' year age; Lands
M arc considered
; of the
nrst
tuft I, : :t happen in the United Srattfs
)ecc I:G lu' during tho remainder near Blount's Town, Florida, Mrs. A DA- quality and! from their configuily; tt> the City of Tal t-
:
... -, 1IExlco.Y havc received later accounts of the present century. Mr. Paine: LINE RETENCY. consort of J. H. Stone Esq. of l lahassee, are very valuable The terms of sale wjll
J) '1/.' *o !h: *.- no 't'd th? resentment; of :he from Vera Cruz be credit of twelve
\ via New who a months
c ( Orleans) up to the conducts the astronomical part of the American Jackson Mrs. S. Silas the ptirrrmser giving1bond
tha
of
'IIC 1 > i i.< TaHal & 'f made: the Grand county was daughter and
,", ..' :: 5 by i 5th 'Ort-ber. From their Ahnin'ac approved security, on the of which
has
content we draw proceeded to uth Carolina \Vood payment ,
'. -O'ir.nrf: ? are in cx--llcnt order %> Esq. formerly Georgia, now of F1nrida- itles will be executed on uehttfefthe( .C
;I the Territory.
j:" conclusion that thp Santnnislas are fully. te make observations on the coming oc She was a worthy me-aber' ;' (,f the Methodist Church," CHARLES
:I)I 'I, c .. I.'; v '::1': : n". 2:1-1 it hl: iliry v.vrcoih- AUSTIN, Treasurer.
determined
hM Jj : to substitute the Central Governn i casion. and died with christian (rtitullc-Dc.lovcd and esteemed THO. BROWN S
1 r a ; .... ,; ,;.. r. '; li n! :? 'i .'dlera" not the Auditor.
.. .'t'::.t h 'rjncWikiiJcn cm-Id not ent of Bustamante which Santa Ana him- h. m. s. by all T-rn had: the pleasure or her acquaintance Sale! by RO J. HACKLEY, o\u tioneer.

s'4Ii: ajd it solf overthrew in 1832, after a lang and bloody Beginning, I 22 23 -leaving c.n af1 tijrate husband and( an infant -November, 1834.: [ folds]
I j.ioucr
1,., i i j.j. i r .411' was only nvr Greatest obscuration! -----------
j struggle for the Federal and liberal 2 41 1 4i babe a few day old also relatives friends NATHANIEL TURNER -----------'
th, 'i ,;,-, ; .:ai If a j :! :- ic work gon: un' in institu- End, 54 IS numerous $ 1) S

'" :. t '!,t' ;;.t ..;.:1 t Wt'Z1lJ3C 70 .ct l&Id; ::; i lions of the country. A constitution a la Fran- to raourn her I<*K.--f[Communicated vs. I .t\ttH'hmf: >::1f.-1.1 f'l"rior

1 c:}i--e though with a larger: dose of If this City, on the 15th inst. of bilious fever, Mr. EDMUND SMART and f Court, J<.+rp.sn Co-ioty,
,:.. ; I arbitrary The increase of Wool in the United States : WILLIAM KIDER. J :Middle District
.LlL"C,, ,: power in the hands of the he-id of the nation PHILIP HILLIpUS, of Charleston, S. C. a..ed' il Florida.
: for the last
: two three defendants and all
::11": and his or years has been estimated THE ; other! persons; interested,
cz Cf' rTU:, : L1n BT.i sycophantsvill: no doubt, be in future at tho rate of 20 per cent anumn. .. take notice. that suit fcas'Wn instituted ns
t.o: pretended' federal and free per : i above, returnable to Nov. Term
of
IItI ::. ':t-t
. ''s- "IIe.I,:' \ rccivctl Uuruirjtlnviiclv: )II.-K l hCC'l I II which Mexicans th? Santnnistas will try to cheat the brought into market, was about sixty millions LI T.f the declaration! therein are required riled, according to appear to and the plead batute tnr

1.1'.' ;u.U".i I ;i li'! < l..nv r:.5i
: :nuivi" l '*:;11 our prices: : aro :ilrii; t |k. I I The( row elections. were nearly at an end, five millions, and next it will be ninety POnT OF ST. MARKS. GF.O.[ Y. WATJNER, Att'y forPl'ff.

th ;: ,!f Vi\- OrkllB.1111 MtilsiV.j.i'i : I and with very few exceptions, the Representatives year -- November 17th, tStt.-l-Uf
. England produces 1GO( millions NOV. '
( pounds anti ARRIVED, 9T
..
: : "Tn niip3lc; : I n KtiJ t ;1 J further: ud.in to tho S&tc NOTICE. -
:
Leghlaluro.s and
General]I I
and all her qrig Ar.uhtiea, Bright, from New York via
t 4" i, ally as grazing 'lands are taken upI Key
I "-.1: I fvdiin arria!.-!--uihors I; 10\ t'm Congress had lio! W.. S< IX vreeks after date
C from
-- tho.se of Oaxara, been instructed I she cannot be -t-- days the latter port, to the master, with apdiicatiun will be made toC7 -
I ;! 'M.\ i -:ivhjcVcarc! (1)e&1! lo l. Jhinlc! ( to submitjto tho will of the Libertai'jr I expected to produce much more i uulz tLj01, Kcrr & Sturges, JB Peachy, T M'Cartv the Flon. the County Court f..r the County of

trvr., c UM'.C! lo Sr.I OJ. I ci nral! Protector She imports on an average 20 ,millions! from I A Crane, Smith t- Pafam.ir, B Byrd. T G 4Hnmlin N Jeflerson for Letters of Administration on thoestatto

.' p.....'\Ca.' pricoo, M I :i 1 .1J.8.. of the Faith and his Catna- Germany:: and 10 from Spain. J Ladd: S Smith, Jr, \Vm Wilson Bcttnn ,v of THOMAS J. HAPI.F.Y deceased.

:u.' ) [Citibt'! .; i'.lIqllr'r., rila! or kitchen cabinet. The expectations of The United States then at the pr"soni'rate F.mo'-y, It tTaywooJ, L A Thompson, J G Gamble, JAMES: BAUGH Adm'r.

-- every :Mexican were fixed on tho first acts oj ofiticrca.se will It Gambia, It Stitcher, and p r Ot' er. Passenger SARAHAN HADLEY, Adm'tri
n i take the lead amount
soon in Nov22IS31.-I5-w
:ho now tmido fro Key West,-\Vm A Whitehead, Esqand Ladv .
'1'" "r"T.-f
(ile d ( I' .. ,' .' 'kR :;i.trc our !Ja>t "report have: menco its sessions on tho 1st January aud I territory adapted for sheep grazing, will become :Mrs E l\J""ory, T A BI'swn, Esq, J. D. Lewis, Esq: For New Orleans,

tr'IL:, '. ."" .d i.' : 'V* .; of UpUn.ls; lriin" lji 17vjrJ ; i to decide on tho quantum of liberty which i the great wool.market of tho world.Mooro's md J. \Vitson. For St hrks-fL\ Smilh and Lady THE schr. WASHINGTON, Capt.

, !: : I,. ...'j'fli v.vn* from I li L) n IiI 1 'h-iil: be left: them.In ( Cipt S Smith. J D :\lang, Mrs)Iyers and2 Children, SWAIM, will sail for the above port on
,& ,', ',I. ....: "1!I.:''') ijjio! 11'11:11: Mr-con 1 ,' cjfsu- P'>il. Price Current. and Messrs Gibbs, Drake and Rose. .4 J Saturday the 2th! inst. For freight or
-
'itr > ,..r v-p, ; 'v \bruj.j.1: !17 cenl lIlt :Market; I the mean time Santa Ana has provisionally 22d. schr. Hellespont, Lewis. Augusta, Me. vi ftAp.ilachicola. pasc-a-e.: apply! to Kerr & Sturges, or tne captain 01b01rI.St. ',

'01 ',14.'V: : : t.l'. *..*_ niulc'rstaml t.jat oil !I or gmized-his ninistryas follows: Sem r Cum.En.\ .\LTI lCJnr.-"c publish today with Hay, .$-<% to Master. Marks2dNov. I8t4. ((1"tt.)_

,"ho; :"" .' ':; ..1,0 'il'jij: ,' t av- :;. 'tJiasiirs, were out I / Mora' liiinistcr of war arid navy; and Srnor (says the Patriot of tho llth inst.) the c '27th bri; Susquehannah- Wilson, 22 dayS from N. STORAGE BUSINESS.

'ed 1 ,, M .ike: ...,...<.Tai ...itv.lMidy} cctnctl. The( L I Portugal inim-ster:: of religion.; Senor .\laman! I Report of the Board of Health t for the weekending yrk.Revenue Cutter Washington, Randolph, fm Mobile. rn HE subscriber has sold! his Improvements in

. beUn. ''.' :.'vI-: I .? .', Airti. i.:: ..JO40' : nijJ J liP'| prime minister u; der the Busfamanlc administration ; yesterday morning. It will be seen F CLEARED: JL the town of St. Marks buf wishes it distinct

.v I .1'! .1! .,i.ii's: ija cc.ils. O1: Sclt: ) r'''
, .t ..; ; > 1 lij.tuChtirLvtxUi t.iit.--\i-: : 19. Ch rIcsto1.! ofleavincr Territory and has build.
remained rented
which the
concealed in the country, i is now at t 29 are reported (to be Cholera. Within ,
Brig Holmes with SQO bales Kerr inn sold him ( the"en.uin .
. Rose ecft.in, by by for
the head !!; twelve months
I of tho the un-
: Atr.1TA.I' Nov. 29.::> C: virilla; and it was over cx- past week:, some of our most esteemed $. Stures, for New York. tier the expectation of putting ur!) more
spacious1
ai. < ., poetedj. thathc wonl-1<< soon be reajipointed) preInter. citizen. have become its vktims but wc learn : z..z.z----- --- and convenient
i-ir !.14 rcvVw t'ie
thei,a ,. II i 1'1!i-;; ],. slid sjlcnv 'u. on in.itl'* from that since Sunday last, the number cf cases PROCLAMT1ON.IGEOIGEJt.IV.qKKER. tion of the lease.

'eiO1'S .: ; ,?- .,.' an: :i.cra. : = ".. .>{' f.'J* to I) 1 H5; cl:n-?: ; from I It was rtimonrod in the political; circles of f has been considerably reduced, and the disease JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.

. 'IV : ..... ,' J .: has assumed a milder and St. Marks, Nov. 14th. 1831.
: ci: t: x in (j-nrt bits! hay Mexico that Santa Ana had; ad-ire cd a diplo- type, yields most: 1 4tf

hat: '. ii ':'h' l "r! at l Ilh ct'.i''!*, audo! 1t-: ..tdent of the .United.1 readily to professional skill. Secretary and Acting Governor of the Territory of S' Liberal advances nude on Cotton for New

,m::3 :i.i". .JfOI'CX1'3 .-;/.-LLt. paKi'l at 17 ("cuB.r ;. J States Florida, York. J. B. P.NOTICE. .
informing him
of'the l late andtvcriJs
; '
crnngcs: ) declare and make known that' the -
hereby ,
ont.wentyiifth
.
\'is .
(: v: ui'irnntirtl'O
tutli: market'.jj.cu-; : i r.itla'r licai t COMMERCIAL PANIC IN FRANCE. B ..11> "II.Vi5TR.1TOR'S .
: III that I ri public justifjing! some rneasnes I of OctrberIit. at nn EI<"c'inn held 1
.1.i :; u' "r:v t' clir! it rcjuiuc.l; is i [;.miwr ycrrcfipts :- The Courier Fruncais in of Leon JOHN r). EDWARDS 4LL per "!* !liaving: ds-nands: against the estate of
< .. of his. ad ', announces that within boundary wasduly .
inio1ratina.
{ and mnnifo.-tinn : ,
t I(1iqO'itiun .
tor the !h ; !! ick tT'icceaed
/ : ihrco Council late of Gadsden: Co.'
\ '.1:1:I ."..c.Vc qi-U'}1 1)1;)l J. 1Ccint i -;. 1 : to I :.fl "I1gthel, tho friendly relationsJiclweon : \ the last two days the commerce of Paris I for said County, lo supn'y' the vac'nicy!; occasioned e Florida, ire notified! present them duty! authenticated .-

(Ocji' i I'j' ,<, :tk)\\' :in cr:.).).l :tiiMtij),,, ctmJition, and ;I the t t--vo r nllbhcs. It is :udde-.l that has been greatly agitated by the failure of three : by the death Nathan Byrd Esq. within th; tims prescribed by law. or they will be

:,p. :,.'- '' *ji\.inn-: : Invetlcditicd-: : to S1 1 p.-r l>iic! ; t Santa An i in a separate note earnestly ".:qtJl' irst rate commission:: houses. The amount of GIvEN under my hand at Tallahasfte, this 21 Is t above forever bar .('cJ ; anJ all those., that arc indebted to the

(, 'U\' < "..-. :-il.i iTo hoai: tlR'ir debts is said! to be 3,000COOf. Inconsequence day November, 183-1. : esta:" are earnestly reqnestc-J to come forward,.
up.w w I tnl 1 the settlement/ of the l long pending!! q-i nearly GEO. K. WALKER.PROCLAMATION i make payment on or by the first d-iy January next.
flGtf]
I () of these disaster which : havean ._ .\n.THA1rGRrFF::
'. tic):) between: the two cabinets, respecting tho must Administratrix.: .
:::? '.v, Oct. 7. Cnlton.
Cottons
I- "I : n-e hcM !)oiiidiries; : of.the two n-pt'hhcs! iu the tcnilo- e.fioi-t on many secondary firms the bankers AUGUSTUS H. LAMER, Administrator.
'.r'i '
; I :!" (f.r hiyiirr .
.t.c'vs riro
;> : ;tlio\v I 9v0i Bf Number 6, Ig:1t.: [t-ItfJ]
;;.Itl. J I. < i LI? ".'I. -\croiTrrcil} at rvihlic! sale ry of Texas.>:. Y. Tour. & Enq. in the habit of discounting commercial bills .*
on Frid.iy GEORGE K. WALKER
. .h ''d in I I. "" '.. I have very much circumscribed. their discounts.and COPARTNERSHIP 7
.ICf v.; 'rnvij .1 1.1 1'1 I li.o, ''iii ret: urw! .;; .!sid... .. Secretary and Governer Florida. : subscribers havc assiciatid
Acting themselves
of ifi
>r .: .opI tvf.. ,.1, I n. complete; crisis i is at the end of THE
::11! lP) |).:!c.isP'4:: i :i/o; nearil I SCAT OF WAR IN SPAIN.-The war in } expected DO hereby declare and make known, that on the under the firm MAITIV $ HART.

:'h 10! 'H'taj! ; .,.i( i\cc'i:, cheiily ordinnrv to "lod Spain: is confined to the three contiguous pro- t the year. The panic is come to such a pitch 5 first Monday in September J.st.the fiII.wiiin- :N. M. MARTIN,

le d :.1''i ""n-stol: i., 7:.1.! TJ.. ,.,|os at I.i verpioI) I \inccs, Biscay, Navarre, Guiquiscoa, and1- that several of the fist hanking houses have I dividmle were elected Members of the next Legislative NoW-! 18:1i.l4lfVILLIA1: H. HART.11WATLVISTRATOIL'S ".

>131 rt < \\M.vi.o atuut 23/100) \ bales! at still imnro- north almost entirely refused to make advance I Council, as has been legally certified to me. NOTICE. -
'j''"J: in n- *. ava.i ) of the. Ehro, and comprising fourhundred any
thtli bills ) Nathan Byrd and A LL indebted to the estate of Bex, GF.
C
on which fall due iu Dccmbcr. The I persons
(-'ot.'( lo( --r ,TtTl.e\ I and fiily square loagnes and six hundred F ortc count r 0 fL eon, ..1VAI.RER
extensive demand( for I ournal 5 hector 'V. Bra(1cn j ,are requested, to make !immediate pay *
c. ,*filW .,,:,;,. .I! :' insoiDc degree cLcekeJ.'e I I) thousand in, abitant Since the irruption des Tissue says on this subject. The ,Jeflerson, James L. Parish ; inent, and those having demands against said estate,

"I>r ';!:;\ct'i-t'! Me-Urc! have; overbought ihcniiw 1 of the rebellion in 1633: fomented in whole of the merchants in the quarter of the Musquito, Charles Downing; will render them in, duly authcmicalcd. .

th e ':it\. Rue du Senticr and the Rue du Gros Chenet "N Hamilton "''illiall11\1. Hunter; WILL'LYM J. RHODES, Adm'r. -
measure: by the fanaticism of the Carlist
t1iac
LI\1jf,.. 1 great Washington, Samuel Mitchell No\ tih 1811. (14.8v1 With' 'he.' Will annaied...
have
:
ga I" : JI'.t. J 1.-\ : had for the last two days been seriously occupied I- ;
-. i :1 steady I priesthood, there havc been successively four Hillsboroush Samuel Sll\O "
) I 13 ;d j fj: ('IIhj' 1;.: ... uk : tllil with the )- dilTerent 1 with the failure of'a house:; which carriedon ::>bury ; ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T
exceJe commanders tho rebels Columbia Robert Brown.
sent
'" against ,
,.b !i'l :',r .\:: :: :.;'2' .'Jich; A LL persons havii.g demands against the estate ot
mty he hOllht extensive busines with England and I GIVEX under hand Tallahassee this 21st
II'I I
very
tho Queen Christine viz Sars- my 1V.LLlUI
MARK
.1! (t t.....'! by Regent : late of Gadsdcn county, ar&
.
urth:I- L.t' It'r:::''', ((1111'(',; of all Idutli 11:1\'c I America. Its November 1831.
: debts: in Paris amount in all to diy ,
''I\ 1 .j!:. styv.t-Ie.L: > $ 1 f field, Valdes, Quesada, and lastly Rodil, the hereby notified to present them without delay properly
f1 F.O.: K.
poculatoM: have taken [f6tf! | WATtKf.R
10 I 1 OOOlJOf. and in the mentionedto authenticated the And
.\ I quarters above 5- to subscriber : persons in
: brave Marquis who drove the Carlo
M7iran.: t'i- pretender
in a A' i.t.jinn is: 500G! 1 rigs: and t HOO.OOOf. One house:; alone is tho Rue du INDIAN AFFAIRS. debted to the estate are requested to make immediatd;

4 .I. /-.16.100. !h'i; :--'JSO Sea 1.Iw!; |!;!. iad I .) and: his friend Miguel out ot Portugal and will Sentier in cloths creditor, TH HE War Department has entrusted to me the payment. W. O. KENAN, Adm'r. *

Inp 9. t :" : 'dt'>'i"M121.1 1 3f0( IKnvcds 7id l t i now do the saino with the former in the north dealing painted ts a JL duty of investigating "The claims against the Rocky Comfort, Gadsden county, \

:L- .; .S..11', \'"V"Vnb: 1-2 1o J l' ;.J 3: :'fG<: Hallia:'''; 11 to of Spain. Hodil has adopted (the wise plan of for 7GOOOf. The whole amount owing by' Seminoles, flr slaves and other property alledgcd to I I November 8th, 1834. 5 14-9'*
'
.....
d L9 l OOIVubiC.s, lOim I :'d! ; 1C10( West India l c'cstroying' thp convents of the Carlist priest- this house i is said to be not less than 2,000,000fone ( have been stolen by them, and for the payment of I -- '

h I ''U1JyO I; K''.".ptian 151: to 10d I : and t 530 half of which is due at St. Etienne and which seven thousand dollars have I been appropriated." FOR SALE,
t:
Its '0 7 dtHrlj.! hood thus breaking! up their depositories and are requested ta'submit their claims e:sCIainitnts THAT first rate Tract of Land on the lamonid

IP1 ilN: Ort.Iler! !t. Sjtm'iy; manufactories of arms. But his most effectual Lyons. It is at the same time reported that: tablished by evidence, without delay as I desire i to adjoining.W. Davies and others corf-

ile C.4: 's}bce n m-v.r : t\'t.'nin--Tc.chy: there i( the establishment of i its assets are next to nothing, in comparisonto close the investigation and Report to the Department taming about 829 acres, unsurpassed in fertility o?
wenponis garrisons
k J iHI :tfti\t:,)' in the: :lrtll: .!r, :,nd nearly I its debts. by the jlh December ensuing, at furthest. Postage soil by any land in the Territory. For terms, iC._

ro 1 lily 11 1i'.II I, ()fwlJil. spL'C.iI.iiors; ; : have taken whereby the intermediate villages over this HAVRE Oct. 7th. Several failures have must he paufon all enclosures to me by maiL which will.be made easy to the purchase.* -Apply to

3000 l"cs! AiriTiran a'nd Surat and the j, tract may be protected from plunder by the WILEY THOMPSON, U. S. Ind. Ag'f.: J. S. BURNEY, Augusta, Geo. -

*'oei),0 :kct has a wore firm appearance.; hands of rebels who conceal themselves in the broken out at Paris and Rouen which effect Srminol: \'rency.2Oti! Ol't. 1'3t rlr., 'vlAUllION'S Aagustar22d Oct. 1834. ((12,10) .
\'- and with similar events i in '
e.m t defiles of mountains.! An urban or city guard our place together I. : Lr. McLEMORE has removed to Montic Uo.
t'lNCINNATA, Oct. IS be thus A other cities of Europe have produced uneasiness I DR. professional services are tendered to the
organised. larger regular WILL be sold the
d IOLEt.\! may and fears the termination of thyears' t on ; citizens of Jefferson .. '
This as to Is county.
tnfc>If .ia hero scourge of 'the West has force will. also be required. Rodil is said to Race Course,near Ifcllahas-! i 2oth Nov. 1814. [(15-2w1 _

InoIg us, t.fl6 us visit has boen be exceedingly alert and vigilent, and Don affairs. t I ,, seennTuesdaythe16ttmd ay :
-C)n that ofa Wlirindo! of December next, that celebrated From New York via Key West for St. .? (arks. .
| For many weeks, Carlos und Znmalararrcgui: reduced to tho
pI 1 nal almost NORFOLK Nov. 12. and full blooded THE superior copper-fastened schooner
lee ,
13 .II ,"curc entirely disappeared, and we last extremity. It is propose by some of the S S Horse GEN. ANDRW JACK LUCINDA, WESTERVILT, master, will

i 4I. .. ;duals: ; hut on Saturdnv last, several indi- Spaniards to have an armed inhervention from CURIOUS F.cT.-A gentleman brought up SON. This horse is so well known for speed and bottom -I- sail from New York on or about the 15th /

\\ere 'ized arid died-persons, the Franco to be confined in their operations with him from Old Point Comfort last eveninga in the Southern States, that it will only be remarked of December. Persons wishing to order ..

U efre in Perfect health and with that and the Ebr N. Y. shelldrake with its bill enclosed between the: that he has run with great success, and never goods, will have an opportunity of doing
.; every between kingdom .-
He
'allta( lost a race on equal terms when} in good orter- 50 in time for the above schooner.
!?c of si..tancc' and medical aid. shells of an oyster, which had been picked up :
1On: Star. 4 has won at every successive race at Marianna, CENTER & Co. are appointed agents for said
.i m, that time, for the n-x 2.i hours, scarce as it was drifting to the shore, by the toll keeper Q.uincy, purses and Tallahassee, !against some of the best schooner in New York, and will receive and forward

.ai n .bour passed: hut wo heard of some new TilE SPANISH NAVY.-When we look backto of the draw bridge at the mouth of Mill horses in the Union. During the last year he n as goods free commissions otherwise than actual changes -

011 IS .. ; r"1 Saturday afternoon, till Monday those epochs, when Spain was .the greatest Creek. The shelldrake being a great diver, cleared for the proprietors $600 above all expenses,. on them. .
' besides the won at: Q.uincy.and. r .1tahas ee KERR & STURGES St. Marks.
j .
e- irbigit!. thus i ia sunnosed.__ in__. of_ the submarine visit to purses ( ,
__ ,
.0. tr continued, carrying off in that maritime nation of tho earth-beginning with .- ono n He will be sold ai above, if not previously disposed ot Agents J CENTER & Co. 94 Pin -st. N. York4

ghteen or twenty individuals. then i. the time of the Romans, when she laid the have; found; ; the oyster resting on tho ,sandy at private sale. St. Marks, Nov. IB, 1834. [15tf]

P ed. foundation of the city of Hannibal, (the modern bottom, with its valves distended, ar.d presenting Terms-Twelve months credit,with good security .

thin, _ for hungry discounting eight per cent. for cash. Court-House for Leon County.
,0'l': Tunis,) and colonized Ireland, and more too great n temptation any

))3!\ shon papers of the 2Cth Sept. have been recently under the reigns of Ferdinand and Is- I duck to withstand, he without ceremony thrust __Nov._ 29.-iGtf THE Leon undersigned will receive Commissioners sealed Proposals foi the until County the .
d
.. .. ved at PhladelPnia by a recent arrival' abell, when new worlds were discovered by : in his long narrow bill to extract tho delicious Storage Commission Business. 1st December, next for the erection of a COURTHOUSE -

ID,g e. The nly new they contain is the her navigators, both in Asia and America, and morsel when tho oyster, not approving of such i THE subscriber will receive COTTON and GOODS for said County. The Contractor furnishing ..

A or Don Pedro, which occurred on the when tho formidable Armada carried terror into familiarities, suddenly collapsed the portals of !: Storage, or dispose of Produce on comm from Is- all the materials, which must be of good quality,
; will
VVasehouse is comparatively secure what tune the work
sion. and must stipulate at commence -
head
intruder's
the heart of the English Queen EHcabclh I its little citadel and held the fire. W. C. MILLER. and when the same will be completed.

/i jt!:h' a melancholy emotion involuntarily arises to under water until it suffocated him ; while, unable Fefer t* A plan of the Building'and all other necessary information '

ill If: ; havc paid the first }instal- behold the maritime degradation to which she or unwilling to let go his bold, both oys- Mr. WM. MAKER, Tallahassee, can be had by application to either of the

(1 to,. towards the claims American citizens \\9 now reduced. Indeed if'we reflect.what. ter and duck were borne to the shere by the Col. JAS. GADSDEK, Jefferson, or undersigned! Commissioners.
iar I Messrs. CHISOLM 4 TAYLOR Charleston.St. BEN CHAIRES, ) <00
ai
j 1.> dance with the late treaty. The mo- Spain was, so late as the time of Napoleon ; refluent tide.Raccoons. Marks, Nov. 29, 1 .-15-6w JAS. S. LINN >

.a: % 1tObe remitted in gold, end was at the when her woll appointed fleets made in union have frequently been caught in the RO. J. HACKLEY, J .:
-t
01 it. '? COunt8 in ,the hind of tho banker, with those of France, such desperate resistance same sly way ; being exceedingly fond of oys- _rA: For New York, Commissioners for Leon County.,

, <(: tia Paris. It is to b* remitted in..thopackes against the power of England ; and when ters, they take advantage of a very low tide Brig ofher ARATHUSA engaged-will:: BaIGHT,have bavin im-; Tallahassee, Oct. 28ih,, 1834. [!2tfJBOBINSOKTS ]

rLIi i-f Delt from IIavre, VIZ: .sh'Ps so many of her proud ships, one of them the and a moonlight night to prowl-along the shorein fly BBBai y* mediate part despatch.cargo For balance freight, F O R M S for; '

t> Utica.alld. "ormosa.-Gco. Cot 15th Samissima Trinidada, the largest in the world, search ef their favorite prey, which they say 200 or passage,having extensive accommodations, Sale at this Office.e S

struck with numerous'others to the victorious are sure to find witfi moutbjs a-ganc. The I applay to tbe Mastcj: at St.l\Iarks-liov. 29. [2wj




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: Farm For Sale. Slorihgv SbiPP
ROWAND'S TONIC MKTUKE1 REII DRUGS WINES, A Df-.

TilE subscriber not having leisure to devote 4' STURGES win
Instruments 4c. a. KERR attho. .
... ftffHB Law pArtnerthip formerly existing between CASTOR OIL, QTOV2JW3- I Surgical to it, wishes to sell his FARM, lying ; COlton--they will .. :
fresh .
:JL JoKn P. Booth and James D. Westcott Jr. hath Also the celebrated "RcDLtNUUKT" for Rheumatism I HAVE Just received a full supply ot orth and East of Tallahastee, (lnUiimn ",.ivm entrusted to their care I(or shipsatlIS;

i' 4 6eea dissolved by agree e"Lt. &C. 50 eta. bottle- Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure 400 acres of Land, of which 140 are cleared, under ,/iarkot in the United States or t1aew ; 1Ii

') March, 1834 JANI'S CARMIMATITC BALSAM," an excellent'Medicine I PORT, MADEIRA & MUSCATELLE WINE, good fence, and in good heart. The woodland is fink purchase** at either their Stores in TIlUaJt _

in colic, bowel complaints,&c. 50icts. bottle. in bottles, imported specially fur the use of the and hickory, with some hammock. There is a :good 1Iarks. OCt.4Ibi <<, t

i CARD. "Dr.STOUIE INFANT Daors" for bowel complaints o sick. Weigand & SnowdWs superior AMPUTATING Gin ard Screw or. the premises, and all necessary Our

.... 1ft..D- hut). Wcrroorr Jntioa declined a continuance itt children, 25 els. bottle. TmxpHiiriwo OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECTING Houses. Also, a few Mules, the stock o'Cattle, Hoss, E.-Atthieit session or the. ,i-_
t Ute nfllce of Secretary o norUi,and accepted the Camnrianoa.f "Dr. WEAYH'S EYE SALVE EYE ) each. and Sheep; a supply of Corn and Fodder, and all theriamauon.i Court of Leon County I shall apply for ,
25 a. and POCKET IWSTBUMEMTS cases. _
r U. S,Attorney for tile Middle Dirtnctchiefly Itat he might WATER ) 'nL u' .n '- of my accoun-s as admini-vrator of
devote hli lime zulutittly aDd .nrmtfi.jr'j to the practUe of STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets ana oois. James
Do. Itch Ointment, 37 per box. the balance in one and two at w ij-'li time my accounts and vouche
the Law; tad he inform bii friendi in Florida and eUewhere Tubes &c. TERMS -One-third cash WiU
that batinen entrusted to him in the Court of Appeaii. in Do. Worm Tea & Salve, 25 eta. each. Lancet Cases, and Nurse Apply to J. H. Randolph, *. J. Hacktry. or aeiited for :eitleinent.

I a., of the Courts of the Middle Dirtnct, or in the Superior Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts bottle. An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the years.the subscribeTHOS.. E. RANDOLPH. H- F. SIMMONS
ftasm of Jtekwtn and Franklin Counties in West Florida, or -ALSO- Shakers- which are Lemon BalmJCatnep, Sept. t'.rh; 183-4.-3n! > M.\
of Decatur and Thomas Couutk*. O-orjla.. wiir receive the among Nov. 1st, 1834. (12tf) _
most punctual and aMiduous attention. THE ROACH & BED-BOG BANE," which offers an Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory,

1. TsllahlBsee.Mayl4.t834. effectual means of clearing houses, ic. of Roaches and Thyme, Cellery, &c. Bargains Bargains lots of Bargains !

DISTRICT OF MIDDLE FLORIDA. Bed-Bugs. Boilers Ther- LIMI. JUICE and LEMON SYRUP. received per brig Gertrude from Ualtimorr, yr CTr
Sacherometers Hydrometers, Sugar CURRT. JfTRT
SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA for sale low for cash, a general assortmentof .
: In tkf Superior Court. mometers, with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS, : and Per- $

J 1 JAMES M. REYNOLDS, 1 In Assumpait &c.just received by E. B. PERKINS, : English, French, and Prentis's Soaps GROCERIFS, consisting of '

, Druggist. fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- Fresh Fhtir, (this year's crop)
versus > I Oct. 4, 1834. [8-6m1 I
.' STEFHKN K. BARON. ) Attachment. I nard & Noye's celebrated INK: and INK POWDER- Bacon and Sides, New Orleans Su ar, ,....J

. is hereby given, that process ef Attat.h1 CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA, > THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, &c. Pickled Herring, Rice, Soap, Liquors,
; NOTICE been issued in the above stated cause, October !list, 1834. $ I E. B. PERKINS. H. LINDSNBERGER. .,..... .'
GKO.:
1.$. '. .and made returnable to the next Term of said Court. : Board of Directors of this instimtion.Tiave Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48tf] 1st October 1834. [flif ] ,.' -
,
The Defendant and all others concerned, are notified THE day declared: a Devidend! of five percentumon IX months from frtnn date. I will present my .-..---.------_ J

:: of the same, and are hereby required to appear and I' the amount of Capital paid in, for the half year S vouchers for a settlement, and shall apply to the In the County Court of. Leon County Florida. : &I

plead to thfc declaration filed, in accordance with the ending the 31st inst. payable to the Stockholders or Elon. County Court of Jackson county, for Lettersof EDWARD LOOCKKRMAK, } I V

1 Statute m such case made and provided. their legal Representatives, on or after the lit of November I' Dismission as Administrator of the estate of DAVID r*. > Assumpsit.

; JAMES A. BERTHELOT. ensuing. L. A. THOMPSON, Cash'r. ROWELL, late of said county, deceased. EDWARD BARNWELL, S

,, J- Tallahassee, S8th October., 1834. ((12tf)_ Oct. 25. ll-6w JNO. M. C. ROWELL, Adm'r. dE defendent an J all others concerned herein,

Collector's Sale. 24th Tune 1834. f47.Gml ___ T are notified that an ATTACHMENT has l III:'":i sued .
Tax
tON in Jail in Monticello, Jefferson county, and ( .
out of the OiHre of the Clerk of the saul! Court I "'. 1brtu1r. :' I 01
the third Saturday in December.next,I will of LODGED the 21st instant, a run away Negro WLOOK: AT THIS {) they arc required to appear and plead to the declaration -_ be effected on the mint: :! Au'I.tebYFIRt},!! lerai; .
for sale before the Court House door in the who his is ISAAC and that be belongs !
Man, says name conformably with the statute.EDWAItD action the Subscriber, aeentof the Prou'rV ap
town of Marianna, Jackson county, Flo. so much of to'John Miller of Madison county, Florida. Isaac CHANDLER ranee Hartford Conncct
section of LAND known as the Northwestlourth of dark complected-some New Store Monroe-st. company ut. In UtI
the quarter is about 30 or 35 years age, Oct. 18th 1834.-[fa-r3m For Plaintiff. plication the tair Cash value of the
of section No. 15 No. 5, range No. with the rhenmatick pains-about 5 feet property IfIUslII
township little touched Next door to R. J. Hackley's Auction 8tm.e.GEO. stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished '
'. 11, as will be sufficient to satisfy the amount of Elizur 10 or 11 inches high-wears a round coat. The own- NOTICE.IX iectness of representation :

Lojhrop's! taxes for the'year 1834. The above land er is requested to come forward, prove property, pay H. LINDENBERGER gives notice tha character the and the enod

]lying and being near the waters of Chipola, and expenses, and take him away.THOMAS has received per schooner Ciiterhn. of Balti months after date, I wit} apply to th.- nonora- : and fan-ncssand applicant. The solvency of the S

bounded by the lands of James Wachab and the HARDYMAN, Sh'ff. more, a general and complete assortment GOODS, W ble Judge of the County Codrt of Gadsaen county lied its punctuality may be confident/! 1'

lands of the estate William A. Jackson, dec'd. and Monticello, 25th Sept. 1834. [ 8tf] consisting of Dry Goods, Hardware,Chna; and Glas? for a discharge from the Administratorship of the Tallahassee.on. '*..,. E. B. PERKIX8. ff(
22.1831.
1aimed by Elizur Lathrop. (6-3m) Ware, Shoes, Hats, Groceries and! Provisions,&c. &c. estate of Sarah Mashborn, deceased. -. : ? flU. jreIT-
A NEGRO FOR SALE, I eel great confidence in inviting the attention of the JOSHUA SUEPARD.
ALSO : i TI.O -
of FRED. SIMPSON citizens and country in general to this establishment. Gadsden county, June 24,1834. 46-6m} CYiMl 10 myar.; a o'ii away:;
the third Monday in March next, will be of- to the estate 3ItN. who they
say
O BELONGING I determined to make exertion to supplyall are free i Lut
as am ha
sold every
fellow and if not
is
sectio-i of ,
for sale, so much of the quarter a likely favourme with theircustom with first rate no papers to -hoi fffcct : fheyU.themsclvesWilfu
1
LANb known ns the Northwest quarter ofsection No. privately, I shall put him up to the highest bidder on whomay fail PLANTERS' HOTEL. J.mes, John Johnson, am Chrlstopcr In
articles and at such prices as cannot to give Carnbel1
3 N. and W. as will be the first of Jan'y next. R. J. HACK LEY. perfectfoiltisfactlon between and 'n< ,
township No. 4, range 10, day to all who have reasonable expectations subscriber has taken the PLANTERS' I HOTEL they are ; J' :araof iigpfre.njplexion or '
sufficient to satisfy the amount of Carter Grantland & Oct. 4. [8tf 1 THE -Junes is a-i.t; 5 feet 6 'eryd.t
TallaHfesee, Au Co''L taxes for the year 1833 and 1834-The same NOT IC E. and thQ public thai his HOUSE will be open for iheir receplinn Johnson is auoiu 5 feet 4 n.ehes! !u-J>, J lias It!la:'

being and lying on the waters of Chipola,and bounded COMMISSION WD STORAGE BUSINESS. t"ei>nlnsey.;s-ChiU'i.crs: .s p Soi.it; ft .. 1(1
notified that the under- the 1st of M"rch 1 l431.D.L ; : 'r.; bi.
by the lands of Amos J. Battle and John Davis, and ALL persons arc hereby subscriber having purchased the Lot and jn T."ITn.fnnDV. : st-'iir.. .. J-I;).I I'I IC.. :'r.-.. :.,).'_. '.;( .>T__.',,.__ a,
-- -- --
Administratrix of DAVID JOHNSON! late THE ..all: Lik'1&t 'i. ; nv. T nrv Sc(
Claimed; by said Carter G rantland 4 Co. ned lately occupied by A. Crnne,Esq.tenders 1.1IHlct 01llit: Iacrern c..a..i: ; [o'!.*: ;.i ia jn ..10'1 .r:,
the
intends
TIIOS. M. WHITE, of the county of Leon, deceased, at next his services in sellin and of AII'I I tit. '* t j i>
forwarding
.
Court of said storing DOCTOR J. EDWIN S 1'K' in u s.y::& o"at. I : >: owners a of- r"',j ii>st ( <
> >
Tax Collector for Jackson County. Spring [:March] Term of the of Connty her administration Cotton and Goods. His \Vcirthonsc on the same lot ; .., wa't,}. prove .pro,..":". y, pay. e;... :,3..f, ......'I.:Cv L',. r i
the mTe-shis
settle account SSPECTFULLY professional ; .1'1'
Mnrian '\, 14th Sept. I 1834. [G-GmJ] County, to will be completed about the 15th September! and from [ l4' ..- : ." i
and her dismission and discharge as such. to th. citizens of Tall.ih.issfe: and its vicinity; asa I a"ry. ., ., : i. i\r.. .
procure /
its location, found! to be comparatively secure froi iij. ., ... .. ,..
FLORIDA LJj\ D FOR S.lLE.. Sept. 15, 1834. ((6tf MARY JOHNSON, Allm'x.AD1IINISTHATOR'S (qrt;. Liberal advances made on Co'.ton shipped practitioner of medicine tlw office is on JtU"i'r I \ 'j \ ,...'', "lL.. '. : ''1 'i, .:. t.1'V. r.0"1.k
sU next door tot r. Perkins' drug store.; :
purchased of General W. C. MILLER. .
having
undersigned --
NOTICE. Tallahassee :Nov. ;-31,i 133-: 15i": "
THE t -.
the township of land in Florida,granted August. 23d, 1334. ((2-tf.)
the next January term of the County Court
to him by the Congress of the United States, off 1 AT Reference -11!
subscriber will
the County of Gadsden, the .
the same for pale. WM. MANZR, Esq. Tallahassee, and 'i. 1tuiiALI. ,ii
said Court for settle _
nci hbonr. present his vouchers, &c. to the Mo.cr rmsol.ol antI TAYLOR Charleston. e.p
This land is situated! in the immediate .
hoqd of Tallahassee and is bc'ievcd, for fertility of ment, and thereupon pray to be discharged from the Eiy4y-.
Administratorship of the estate of Edmund Gilchrist. NOTICE.
.oil and MladvanM2cs to be more valuable than
) ,
; June27, 1831. (47-6m) JAS. M. GILCHRIST.ADMINISTRATOR'S persons conccrn.id, will take notic, thai n
anyother land in t j.' territory. ALL
--' -
the the has this thy been filed in the office of .r '
The Southwestern plrtf township adjoins NOTICEAT .
the Clerk of the Superior Court of Leon conn fc.rthe
which the shippingport y
city of Tallahassee from point to
the next January term of the County
miles substitution of a Trustee in the place of the heir-
of about
tf St. Marks, a distance twenty ,
be made in a short for the County of Gadsden, I will present and administratrix ofthe late John Y Garey to execute -
rail is in to
n road coir.cmplation ,
my vouchers, &C. to the said Court for settlement a trust declared by the late Thomas Heir, l hv 1lu

time.The navigation or the St. Marks fiver has been recently ; and thereupon, pray to be discharged from deed bearing date 7th September, 1830 to secure the !J [ Ill II i'i; P ;"t.4" ..ull' aud!

improved, to a point within six miles of the the Ad minis!ratoi ship.of the estate of THOMAS S. paynentfa debt doe to "Bettnn %. Emory." .. :-*i!, in Pr.>,iJ..r k e.-iintv. \!tl. by C Hert

Southeastern part'..f the township, which will afford REID, late of said county, deceased. EDWARD CHANDLER, Conrertel ;inthe P.ito.i' \\ith {D'r Julkrns./

navigation for a clap, and certain transportation of JOSEPH McBRIDE. Aug. 13, 1834. [1-eowtf] for Petitioners.CONSUMPTION: -: 1I Tfie!, above Ointment i:14 .>I1i;red 10 the pnbrciale el 1

produce.This July 10th, 1834. [48-tf.] FULL supply of LandrethV supcrioi garden, : and certainem ?dy for hOle ..stiaate l : IIi ra
suit those wishing A somt !)f which have so longbafiled the skill: of IaLI
land will !be sold in parcels to : .. herb and dower soeds: just received and warrtuied met

to purchase, oo a credit from five to eight years. -/. ., fresh by K.B. PERKIS.October29th. cieicf
;
At reasonable pri"" 3-those wishing to purchase will CURED. I : f. htVhilt": Swcllingsof; every description..

make application to either of the undersigned DE LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE i ; 1 2.J ?or A'.. ..-._-,-' =.A..... I.*.I._..__,..-. t'. !os3d e-- --fl4H., c.,

WILLIAM: D. .NUTTALL, 7'.rON I PRf'TH. ( ._ Schirrusor filnrdolar: Tymtwt: particnlilnr : !
-- -- -
HECTOR. BRADEN, HOWARD'S >,e hardened tumour.-a woiuPiiVbrtMttjiwhicIiof{ Is
the valuable '
overcd for
most
WIT.T.'AM. P. CR.AIG.___ IS ;erndycver yetdis limes terminate in ulcerated oior r*.

Tallahassee, NOvCrnlcr23d1833.- : n -- 1 5lffC7The tf r::::; V Spitting cure of Blood of Coughs, and ,all Cold diseases, Contumpticn.of the R.-eait Jsthmn.and. TONIC MIXTURE. 4th Felons or what amne pe'ltu; know by the m 0

: : So? tnnah Georgian, Charleston Mercury, FULL supply of this valuable medicine! is just o Catarrhs, of every description.Tth .
Limgt. Prepared by J. BOYD Philadelphia. Itcompses 4
SALES.-The subscriber hav loca ,
ing received. I shall hereafter have it RheninaticPains of the joints.
Augusta Conititutionlist, Southern Recorder, MilledgeYttle AUCTION the disturbed the constantly oi
nerves to
gives strength
in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen- hand.! Cth Sprains and Bruises of
Rie'imoiid Star Raleigh ; description Q"nah.er
Georgia Enutrerand ; every Ti
; eral mmission business sale Lungs, repairs the Appetite,improves the Spirits, etc.
Jtf. C.; will publish the above for cightwccks and forfraid : regular days, Tuesdayand Bill of Directions accompanying each bottle of the IT IS WARRANTED TO BE A !SAFE AND EFFECTUAL \\ part situate.

their accounts to this office. Saturday.He REMEDY FOR FEVER ANT AGUE, IF TAKEX AUKEEALLE 7th Tetters: of all kinds. In thig complaint, the
will also attend to administrator and othersalesin Specific, poinring out in a most conspicuous manner *
TO TilE DIRECTIONS. Reports having: .x-eu riiculaied .:cnt. in ripf.; :lying the Ointment mast keep the]Ip
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS all the in their difij-rcn of the disease
j7ARE11OUSE the ROBERT J. HACKLEY. symptoms stages
county. of
that this mixture contains arsenic, 1In directed :i-y out wafer-!
TV AT APALACIIICOLA, ELORIDA March 23d 1833. 33tf and particular directions rcspeciingthc: treatment whileusing the Proprietor to say that these reports: are utterly false 8lh ChilMains: or parts afTected by frost.
The subscribers, having associated themselves! togetl.M N. B. Instruments of writing executed with it, together with many well authenticated ccrtificatcs -
# neatness --and I am also authorised to offer a Rcicard of 10-, It i is also: one of the best remedies for Burns
Under the stile and film of FORD &. H:\RDIN, and! bv ft. J. HACKLEY. of cures, etc. n
despatch,
000, Dollars to any one who W ill prove the existence; Scalds' It eases tho pain and draws the lira octi i i rele
General WJIRE HOUSE aad lu of the great and increasing demand
transacting a consequence
purpose COMMISSION" Knsintss! at Jlpalachicola. Having AND I IVER-COMPLAINT. for this specific, the propi' :: tor is enabled to reduce the of the l least particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, short time.
DYSPEPSIA other in it. For Brea and Glanda Il
or positions ingredient Women's ;
made suitable arrangements with several vessels for Professor of Physiological! price to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling it to come any
'the direct transportation of Cotton, &c. either to New dicine, who, for several years, has devoted his entire within the reach of all persons. In order! to prevent imposition from! counterfeits, no Swellings it i is superior to any iredicine yet know a)
: attention the trcatmcntof chronic inveterate diseases persons except authorised: agents will be firni.shed: : by the medical faculty It is much safer that mern
York New Orleans and at all to Dr. CHAPMAN'S Pills.
having facilities Anti-Dyspeptic
or ; has succeeded chemical I I the Proprietor with the mixture to sell atiii,. I am of any prepartion of that material) because it J llS
and
times within their power to make reasonable advances thesis, in combination, by from analy.is several syn.- These Pills have been successfully u',etl by thousands r: sole agent for 31.-J die Florida, and am assiucd \by M ,,',? lay the patient liable .o injcry from ejpo 5'i
upon prodrce consigned to their care and management!; ; forming a proximate who can testify to their superior efficacy (over Rowand coT'! !.
that ( a small lot sold to 'I,'. Iviclts
vrhirh he has except ,) U
the
vegetable principles, to
services and given
would leader their\,
respectfully solicit other remedies in
they for
now the of
Medic.inse Stomachirac many use) cure Dys- not a single bottle has been or will b. sent, or sold by This Ointment has cured sore: *of milD! vein: si::
et which has
a liberal patronage in the above line of business, name far efficient than Ilepalicae ; heretofore pepsia in all their complicated forms they give strengthto him, to any person in :\it.lle: Florid, except to Ie ing. \Vlif m it i,* i..-..jioili'p' <>v il'1p raict! to .'alTX'ornnl !i I
their and individual attention to all proved more any remedy
pledging personal discovered those maladips the debilitated organs of ditrcsiion: repair the nppc- If Jrsenic has bern discovered in allY mixture c.ik.. sore. in roiequt.c fir the hon.* fin'jn: ., f'f

business con signed to them, either for sale or other mind and body which curing arc generally distressing of! ttite,removes nausea and sickness of the stomach; habitual Rowand'a, it must have been in some of Iks sjini iV.. h:!- .-;:f/t"llI' rofvn. it wiIlMfo-! > progress of thC: Cl tIE f'I
comprehcnde- under
wise.Their the sweeping terms DYSPEPSIA! and LivER-C coptiveness, head-aeh, palpitation of the heart, latiuns. All persons therefore, who w i.sh.t' g .:::' '.I'r..tr.t?tiif: r.umtity| the disciiar re. remove the .
M
Ware Houses and Close Stores undergoing
are I It is likewise almost certain for and many other nervous affections. They contain no Tonic Mixtirrt-should be cautious who 1 :Mv( ,.. .- :.V'isivRniei.:!. uHf l oa-'c UP pi.n. .

a thorough repair, will be large and commodious, PLANTS- of the SPLLIN.an cure enlargement Mercury, nor do thesicken: the'stomach, they are a chase it: My label will be en every botLle6otlhy; l; :..\ itcuras:: ;l 1C' ,,,-'r..t IV-lniis'or \\"!tt'jv: -. on una|Fr*
situated a desirable part of the town, and as exempt mild and safe cathartic : there is no restrictio h in dietor :
from the dangers of fire as any other house, of a Among the symptoms of Dyspepsiaand Liver-com drink or exposure to wet or cold while using .hem. E: B: PERKINS Sole A'ni. t for Middle! Flrridj! I linn ofI1 :i.trtl1eUhiLttnn.. :- .. bee
; h- !.0
:I.
Wlf { ) ): so 'HI
Nov 23.1STO1tAGE)
circular character, on the Point. plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach Bill of directions vill each box of Pills : I5i: 1.. bel:1k'MI.Jlv 3
accompany -vtevn3'ie :J i- -d'C; t.j :
WM. P. FORD, (late of Augusta, Ga.) melancholy,irritability, disagreeable taste intlu which will fully explain their effects.
'. STORAGE' '.\ t >'.- 'Isp'i iTtireh ";t 111 tr.CHtcom
HARDIN mouth grcatnrregularity of appetite which is STORAGE ( ;n.- :
EDWD. ,
( ; some '
Apalachicola.) '
From the well known
reputation of tncse Pills for .
-... .. !; dire
times voracious and other times -.esiv4l'-:; ; "I, Ii., f >.trne'i itfcrl\Y: a-
REFERENCES.-Stewart fy Fontaine, Smith 4. at greatly deficient; the proprietor (J. BOYD addition to his ware-house till.I I els
Io
many .
years Philadelphia) i
thirst fetid breath weakness of IN will _'!WP ,;!;'f And ever. if> 'd p >Ji> :!
the
.Morgan, J. 3. Ctd. out! ..Y'. W. Perry, <$- Co. T. 4- M. eructations, nausea, drowsincss3 stomachand deetns it unnecessary to give any further detail of has recenllyerrcteJ! a l'n'ioullllil... i'i4h: :,"- '.*>tj "f fliMi-jpr: sla'i'Iing will w* pJ

Etani Sf Co., Whiltick Greenwood, $- Co.,-Columbus., palpitation, irregularity them. A fresh supply has been received, and for sale ng 80 by 2S feet, forreccivmn cotton and! toods. II.
Begart if Knerland, Jas. Hamilton <$- Son,John R. of the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals i by appointment by K. B. PERKINS. TIMOgrtYAl'CASt. : nnlJ
in the head dizziness I [,) sea ciitaini and ma. or vertigo confusion of )
fitkin.-- York. pain ; Tallahassee Nov 23d .
ew- mind attended with the loss of 15tf Marls, Detfember 27th 1831.Warranted t'.. : ii-t !bo very Vft'aable in \vii>"" It.i IO ar '.>a"t i1 :
E. W. lltnot1a.otn.-N. Orleans. memory, a. gna'inin
Gregory, Bogart $ *
I certain tfect,. t J dbit.e '.rr r:31
Sf John Leacens, T. W. McCoy.-:Mobile.Aug. the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection (If Salt, Cotton gagging Bale Rapt and Twine ,\. AXD'S TONIClIX : in its } M .. intiii-js iu v Ha .
.vitI;; Ii-4 tl likewise ,f'v( -! Ita 1
sight and hearing, pain and weakness in the I.ask : : ,
17, 1833 HfDOCTOR'S : KERR & STURGES .
OFFER
_- FOR SALE, a perfect 3.4,.' '- .n'...
disturbed cold feet and hands
languor sleep
WILLIS & RANDOLPH have tremor SACKS cure for the Fever and Ague. F-r .. \ Lirfff 'iiassof '... i' fh. ntae 01:
asJLJ.lI"sociated uneasiness in the throat, caugh, pain in the side oi dTto fe Liverpool Ground :Salt, in : (( ) 'lVJ1vlr.! ; L
themselves in the practice of medicine breast, &c. U F '< y order ; : whol :sflle and retail, by FLET" ('li; .,' ..aostpclri': medii-iof!: will be sikVishfuitr &' If) lh 4

and offer their professional services to the public. Of- The above maladies lead to organic affections of th 150 pieces 42 inch Dundee Bagging & WESTCOTT, Druggist, .Ippatacr .'.-r i.\irrlJh\ .;'ri on applicaliorr to Ur i Ie

lice_ between the Planter's; Hotel and .ambert's 2t stomach, liver, and heart,terminating in Dropsy,Consumption 100 coils Bale Rope ; ?-.- .4 cola*, Florida lon or to antr '.f liis autliorizcti! : :aie'-.t

: Apoplexy,&c. according to the climate, hab 250 Ibs. best English I her by appoint Mess.Fletcher ar.d The above medicir.t -ld oy -'pe ialJjo : '1FpoilJhJlt'; !
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. Baking Twine. Westcoii fir .
agents the sale of"Row- .
my !
1' and warranted' eUhi'te.
and !
its of the patentee I
sex ,
4 temperament patient. Tallahassee
o IN the eighth day January next, I will offer for Prepared age by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Milledgeville Ang. 23d, 1834. |.2tf]] 7 i -xnd's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory E. U PERKi" PW7G6UT.'if:

sale before the door of the Court House in the Inventor and sole proprietor. ___ (of Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, L 'ranaha8 ee. February iJ 1th !-;H! 1Ji1F

City Tallahassee, Leon couaty, all the right, title, Tetimonial.-Numerous certificates FOR SALE Western j>.ut of Georgia ; who are iblc to furnish -. --
be
claim and demand of Robert May, in and to a framed relative to the extraordinary might adduced QQH: PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING-I llbs the said medicines to nil who may apply to them on ) { ';

House situated in the town of St. Marks, now occupied using these medicines; but the following cures are performecby to the yard.-And (2Dd( ) COILS BALE ROPE, of as favourable terms as they can obtain from
as a dwelling, and owned by the said Robert the thought best quality, are daily expected by the Subscriber irietor himself." Signed,
sufficient to satisfy minds of tRe most. skeptical of the etficaciouscompoundsmtciTEIUA j ,
May, sold to satisfy his Territorial and County Taxes : per Brig Tallahassee. ,. JNO. R. ROW AND." I one most of"
From Dr.: James Ewell, Author of MedIcal\ MEDICA. for the cure ofthat class
for the year 1834. Compan. Planters and Merchants can be suppied: on the "Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833." 21tf I state oj r 1
A. A. FISHER Collector. ion, or Famiy Physician.NEWORLEANS most accommodating terms, payahle in COlton &c. erate Disease, produced ly .an impure
,
,
...Sept. iSth, 1834. [8tds.1A Dec. 20th 1831. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. NOTICE blood and a vitiated habit of body, and Salt JaaJIIf'RW!
To whom it concern.-This is*to that ) St. Marks Sept. 5th 1834. ting themselves in the forms of Scroftla!
may certify, O all
concerned
mm..cB 7D: m !DagaiT Q have witnessed the operatioaof Dr. Peter's MedicinaStomachiec I T peared persons at the store of the, that firm I of have Cott this& day Bo\\! ap I. Leprosy, St. Anthony's Fire Fever Sores(et'a'lf 'rh
rosen (
et in number NOTICE. the bones are affected,) White Swelling i.
of
LARGE and Hepatica a obstinate i
very in order have
to settlement
complete assort- a with them, holding obstinate U I
L entofFresh Drugs and Medicines Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long standing,like- I SIX months from the date hereof I shall apply for notes of the said firm of Colt & Bowrosen for nearly with Dr. Jebb'g Liniment,) Foul and childrenscorrj.Ja
,just reedt and scald head in
in several of the of tho of Dismission sure legs
wise cases enlargements from eyes
ved from New York end Baltimore for wholesaleand pleen ; I the Administrationon the amount of my notes which they hold drawn b Oorbnncled Faces. & i1
sales and its affects were I have the of Samuel } scorbutic gout, Pimpled or i
astonishing. he- estate Gatrett
retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners truly no deceased late of myself payable: to the said firm of Colt & owrosen. ,
: sup sitation u declaring it the most valuable Gadsden C. H. euptions, and venerial taints, throughout tboMoj
preparationfor county. DUPONT in
Adm'r. of their
plied on the most accommodating. trins.IDW. consequence not wishing to come to a settlement
whjich last casothe often cure v"eJ L.fails.
those distressing ailment that has ever within June 27th. H14. drops tlrla
come [46-6m.J] by giving their ]
SEIXAS up notes and taking mine and Alita
up. They are also the best Spring
knowledge. JAMES EWELL
M. D.
my I forewarn all from Xltir.)
v-M'\y2441 Druggist Magnolia, Florida. LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA. persons trafficking or trading for physic to purify and cleanse the system from DBB
Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1834. any of my obligations in favor of said firm of Colt of the!e'! .
Jn the Court which these masons ?
C-:: NOTICE I The bear County of said County. frequently appear at j
undersigned can testimony to the superior & Bowrosen, as I shall not them unless
I
and
p-
. mA the next July Term of Gadsden county, the efficacy Dr. Peter's Mcdicinae Stomachicze et He- James Edwin Stewart, ) compelled so to do. pay am They also aid the process of digp!lion rualignautbem,by "

i' account and the and vs. V Attachment. the blood prevent the secretion of
vouchers Liver
of HENRY W. TODD, administrator paioe in cure Dyspepsia Complaints Wl1. B. HOOKEH. rell
confident
of JOHN H. TODD, deceased, late of Gads- from personal experience. WM. G. JOHNSON.Dr. Edward Barnwell. ) Black Creek IBth Sep. 1834. WIt of the lungs. The proprietor lethe

den county, will be presented to said Court for a final P's Medicine Stomachics: Hepatire are put THE Defendant and others concerned, are notified vast number e>f surprising cuies tectdf

,Settlement! on the part of said administrator. At the in parcels wih full directions for using. From one up the issuing of said Attachment, and sire required NEW STORE. out drops the, not Union only for in Boston the best and proof its .of ICllt their exce eo;rt: *

tame time, the said administrator will said three will be to plead to the Declaration! subscriber is about
apply to to parcels necessary to complete a cure. conformably with THE to establish himself per- an nnfhilinp alterative medicine,in all the ca** 3ii
Court for a discharge from his The is the stalute. EDWARD CHANDLER in Tallahassee 1
Administratorship as price $5 a parcel.A as a Merchant; anewill This arlicle! has been prowj
afcreaud. JOHN J. ADAMS, great quantity of the above very valuable prepa- Oct. 1st, 1834. (8-3m) For Plaipiiff. open for sale in a few days, at his store o:. specified.; of the first recpiitly;} wb

Att'yforH. W. Todd, Administrator, 4c. rations, will be kept constantly on hand by NOTICE. posite the Office of the Floridian, a small assortment by aPjucan ae-pectal"tl'. in :
4AQuincy, Nov. 3d, 1834. [113.6m1NEGItOES. E. B. of Hats it efficacy, as **
] PERKINS Clothing. Shoes Brushes
Tallahassee, subscriber returns his thanks to the public \V ood nwlre. ion to lake the lead of all the popular article
I Who authorised dispose of them, either at whole THE the liberal encouragement he has received Tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hardware and for the.,bore clHupiait and indeed it is. fa* f\

&-N sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be since he has been I Cutlery, Sugar Cane Knives, Agricultural Implements throa ii C
effective and well disposed: gang of NEGROES in this place, and solicits a continuance I this point in public eslimation, 1IJ'1tte
obtained of the Also Rope and small!
proprietor. ,
L in number by of their Cordage, Kitchen and House bottle irti bottles or $ o)
twenty-eight Just received Puce $1 ,
consisting of seven :patronage. per schr. Delta:>>, Utensils t
Doct's. HOLMES & WILLIAMS, Cambellton & keeping Carpenter's, Cooper's and f m.lh'Tools .
New "
prime Ken-six active Women direct from York
.and four a general assortment of Wool DVfSPEPSIAOK
working
Mr. HALSLET of all kinds Nails INnJ-ESTIO
Boyf with eleven fine healthy and Drugeist, Appalachicola. len, Staple and Fancy GOODS Shoes Brass Goods, Locks, Bolts. I
thriving Children Hats. Hollow. aNOTICE.
Axes Pocket-Books and of
JOS. PRIESTLEY
SnufT-boxes Oflontf standing, !
PETERS.The
and
Good
.iu be sold Fancy
sale and
at ware
private on very advantageous terms'The Cutlery, Iron-mongery, Crockery, 4c. con- which he is sell has oeen relieved and often' peI0II e
disposed to
moral and physical character of these Negroes"fender following are few among the many persons that sisting of blue, black aad brown Cloths ; blue, black, on reasonable terms, ami cured. in immediately otca.sesthataid have occurred U. -
: have been either cured respectfully requests an examination of his Goods. a variety
them well worthy the special notice ol planters eniirely or greatly benefited drab and grey double milled Cassimeres; Cass'inetsand

who are wishful purchasing industrious, well disciplined I within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Peters Sattirtets ; English, French and American; Prints: Tallahassee Nov. GEORGE LANMAN. vicniy.. by using for asbnttirne.cificandanUjWboth 1111 1

and acclimated slaves. Medicinal Stomachicn ct Hepatic* within the black Lustring and Fancy Silks and Silk Shaw! Gro 1st, 1834. (12-3m) Vegetable
of which be taken together
IFofurtherrLiculari late of Georgia.Mrs. de &c. Jackonet N. B.-Wanted to purchase a NZGRO Boy are to acrIPi .
application may be made to Nap, ; Swiss and Mull Muslins ; likely uable plain and actual directions
CoLH. W. BRADEN, or Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. 3,4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a superior quality ; about 19 or 14 years of age.ADMINISTRATOR'S. Price 50cent pi each.

E. LOOCKERMAN, Tallahassee Mrs. Capt.James Willis, do. Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths; a general assortment NOTICE.AT pecifr.are genuine unless signed nn\\the 0

Jeft l'lOD.eounty, 8th Nov. 1834.-13tfAPALACHICOLA Col. Wm. F. Bond, do. of Shoes; a variety of Crockery Ware Hollow the T. 5immfdiatesuccesjiorXo
next term of the County Court of Lenn ted wrapper by the sole proprietor f.'
.. HOTEL Wayne W. Eglands, Esq. Laurens. Wore, Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also, Cognac Brandy, county, we will apply for Letters of Dismission the late Dr. VV. T./ Co If''

Bryan Allen Esq. do. Holland Gin ; Sicily, Sherry,Port,and Claret Wines ( ths Administration of the sale his Room over No:\ :
above Establishment will be open for the re- Col. John W. Porter Morgan. with ; rom estate of Henry B. Fitts. For at Counting ,
THE other
Boarders and Travellers by the 20 Sanford Jones. many articles too tedious to mention. Pur- deceased, late of said street, near Concert Hal, Boston, and aI0 'No. )
mi Chapman Esql; chasers invited county.LEMUEL (
are to call and examine for themselves. PERKINS, 1
B.
tftant JNO. T. MYRICK, Propriety Alexander Irvin, Esq. Washington. ALEX BRUCE, cial 1 appointment, by "
FORMY
AVico1! 18th October, 1831. io-3m I eo!.Gco G.Mathew*, Green. 34 TtWlahtWlte f, NOT. 4 183'9 (13tfj DUVAL. EUZA-ANN BaUCE.
Tallahassee ;
18th Sept. 1834..u (6tf) Tallahassee, Feb. 11, 1831.


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