The Floridian
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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: December 6, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Territory of Florida in the 24th [By ,
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of tbe United States. _. It was after: a fatiguing'march;. that on the

Colonel JAMSS e 16th, of June, the writer
c TJithorired to announce with his regimes,'
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'aDEN, andidate to reiesent the terir1ocida1nth : arrived in sight of the since celebrated village

,. hConress of the United -. ..; of Ligny, two hours before
.. Jwy27th 1 P33.&Tt !\'.) : "LAISSEZ, NOUS.. the commencement .
. or..tbe battle, which formed the terrible
uihorizcd to announce Maj.WILLI m'\t vmo prelude to that
: \To of
.- .A.TT, a candidate to represent the t m.- _. ____a&J_ a ID.11NJ"" _" ._ h' (lJa a V 'if"< u.oTacooi1 au. about to notice he f am
4" i in the 24th Congress of the United -. "is what f rci.
.I jfIoTid' July 27th 1833. 50tf Watches Jewelry] &c. !bly obtrudes itself en evejyone' who
_. NOTICE.TX THE ir.1LTOJfL.WDSJfE.m in 'engaged *..
- ireauLhoriSe to announce WILLLiM B. subscriber ;; weeks after date,'}application will be made to TALLAHASSEEI a battle. The com was'waving beautifully ,

J ;frTMLL as a candidate to it-present the THE has just re the honourable the Court for the"*couity of Jefferson SALE. before us ; no sooner had we passed ,through
an additional N
t: Florida,in the 24lh Oongrrss of the Unirfof ply of WATCHES JEWILRT sup 3for Letters of Administration en the estate; of I pursuanceof an Act of the Legislative Council, than the glory of the field vanished, and the
: SILVER HALSET approved Feb'ir 10th 1834
JS33 Stf JOHNSON, deceased, late of said ; we thp nndersigned
SPOONS county. stalks '
411IIa SlAtCio -- for sale &c. which, he offers Nov. 8th, 1831. fl3-&iv1 A. ,B. SIIEHEE. will expose to public sale, in front of the Auction green lay level on the earth. Every

OiC\R WHITE. .V terms.on his customary reasonable V. I Room of Robert J. Hackley, in the City of Tallahassee man man threw away his superfluous baggage. ;

I TiLLPlcTICEljAW in the Courts ofiSliddkFIoda FREDERICK TOWLE. RVOWAN'S 11 o'clock, on Saturday the 13th day of December next at the finest and the coarsest:; linnrn was lying

Jackson and the Court .,. Oct: 4th 1834. A M. Six LOTS OF LAND, containing 40 scattered around, intermixed with
ti County (8lf) TONIC MIXTURE acres each, being a part of the Walton Tract cards and
, Is. -OFFICE, Tallahassee. fr Tb subscriber has employed a Watch-Maker direct ANDANTICOSTIVE ing the lairds of Sam'l. H. Dutl and BerfChaires dice, which the love of pleasure had collected,

1prI., 1851. [4S-lf.] ont England ; and assures the public, that aftv'work : .V E sq'rs. and the lands of the estate of Davis Floyd, and which superstitious fear had now discar.
- l : entrusted to him in his line PILLS.
shall be done promptly I deceased. These Lends arc considered of the first ded. Here (riend .
... 0i1s: A. BERTHELOT, and in the best manner. F.or.. IN consequence of the<< attempts .which hero been quality and from their contiguity to the City of Tal other were imparting to each

... '. AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) N. B.; 'o Rent-tb House fonnerly occupied by to impose spurious imitations the above I hassee, arc very valuable The terms of sale will I. their last injunctions; there, cowards
{/rtCSSCLLOR T nos. M. Bradford, suitable for a small family. valuable Medicines on the public, the proprietor has concluded be a credit of twelve months, the purchaser[ giving I drained the bottle for that courago which fails

i-ni I practice in the Court Appeals ;-ThewSnwiorCourtftof on the ntcessity! of confining the tale of tlu1r- bond and approved security, on the payment of which, 'i them, or hid their fears under the most disgusting
Leon Gadsden, and Jack- ture to as few established
agents as are titles will be
RENOVATING just sufficient to executed on behalf of the
Territory of Florida ; and in the Superior LIQUID, tupply the regular demands.: A full supply of these CHARLES Territory. : bravadoes. On both sides of us, regiments
"1 eThomas k"Dccatur counties, of the South Prepared and'Sold Medicines will be AUSTIN, Treasurer. cavalry were and
. : by S. BERNARD, DrufJ'- constantly kept by the Agents, THO. BROWN, Auditor. passing charging

:.'Qpp ll7.jLl! }circuit. of the Stat cof Georgia Residence 15tf"ADAMS gilt NORFOLK, VIR GIJYL1. 0 whose names wishes and it residences are annexed, and. the Sale by RO. J. HACKLEY, Auctioneer. the enemy, the artillery was terrible. Here a
icQvibr 1833. proprietor
U ,,._ distinctly understood that he will November, 1834. 15tds powder blew there
\ i not be Jor the 0/ [ ] wagon up; a wounded matt
nJa uOr JOliN J. .. m crJl maQJ1J) aUn1fQ told as his by any persons, genuineness except his authorized any Mixture agents NATHANIEL TLTRYE; ) came galloping with five or six led horses,

$t I .fTTOR.VEY .J 4T. T.till' \ I t. S. BERNARD'S RENOVATING LIQUID for Spurious mixtures have been made and sold in consi- ys. i Attachment Superior which frightfully scattered by a pursuing shot.

: ( ( I'll extracting kinds of Oils Paints, Tar, and Grease' jjerable quantities oy two physicians in Leon and EDMUND SMART and f Court, Jefferson County, We already !saw many wounded; but the niost
rfSltrf! (J from Quincy to Appalachiool.i Bay. from the most delicate colored Silks Satins Cloths Gadsden counties, and perhapsby. otlers, and will WILLIAM KIDER. J Middle District Florida. .
appalling that of
lorfiil sight was horses torn .
attend the to
Courts held the pieces
at l
Bombazines ilnubikss
lie 'rcgularlv! or Velvets without in'lhe imported from New
} injuring least fork and elsewhere. defendants and all other
and 1\1\ manna and the annual term T hose THE persons interested by cannon balls and
tduintv ; their c lour or texture. V therefore who wish! io procure the genuine take notice that S1ltas been instituted rolling themselves
iVinrtof AnpcjH at Tallahassee. Letters adr..r1tobI1flI This recent and valuable chemical article can be sure ol' it above as with agonized strength in their lathe
f discovery is offer (?fllyfGfli the agenis. returnable to Nov. Term of said Court, 1834.: own goie.-
ru post lrH-t:paId.12ilft\ill! Lo aUcl1\hd to. 1 d the forsz.-.e by the S bscf1ber.-1t almost supersedes The following gentlemen' Agents in Florida. The Defendants are required to appear and plead to midst of this awful scene, we were disgusted -

- C rnarr7b.- is necessity" of dr-ng, and the Scourer's vocation E. B. Perkins, General Aveenf4t Tallahassee. the declaration therein filed, according to the Statute by the profane jokes of a private, who
gone Fifty cents worth will in such
III".I A C.RD.HAMLIN secure a cases.
. Bacon Merchant's breeches from criticism for tweh'emonths. Kerr 0t.ul1fc6, Agents foc St. Marks. GEO. WARNEft. kept capering and throwing his arms about in

liafI: IT SNELL, It acts like a charm upon silks of the finest James C.&Ecclcs, do. Ciuincy. November 17th, 1834.-15tf Atfy forPl'ff. mockery, when ever a ball came flying our,way
texture, by in&tantiy removing the taints Golding Folspm, do. Mickasookv. He
TTORSEr .7' L.lIl'. .2I.1L.iC1IICOL7. Fla. without in the least aflVins!:: the fabric itself grease the Darivs Williams&.Co do. fljonticello": NOTICE. Vb even gone so far as to fasten a false

i&r h \\'illaUruJ to bUflSS confided; '.0 hun'wlLh dus- most inveterate lodgments of wax upon Coat collars Thomas Alexander, do. Hickstcwn. S IX weeks qfier date apdlication will be made to.. to his chin and we were nil wishing to

. !; MUc.ilst latf fly before it like dust before a bi u'h. It is no quackery J. F. Potts, do. Clmtahoochcc.: the Hon. the County Court for the County of sec hn indecencies pjit a stop to, when a ball
t :Y JSBENCHIRES; : and J Af;. D. 'VESTlIfT but the true sccundum artem. mode of appearing Malcolm Furgason, do. Thomasville. Jefferson for Letters of Administration on tho eState stiuck him and carried off both his beard add

foilh d J.. It is offered to Gentlemen at 50 cents a phial expense.and all Holmes & Williams, do. Campbclltrown. JAMES BA UGH, Adin'r.SARAHAN as sight was,
1:1 it excited
: :siin Intelligence. other sorts of people can 1m ve it at the !:>sane price. JOHN R. ROWAND, Proprietor. HADLEY, Adm'trix. .I a general laugh. It was (our o'clock
. 'I rI Sporting No danger: fcecd be apprehended in using it upon Nov. 1. 1834. ((12-Gm| Nov 2! 1831.-15-6". when an adjutant informed us, that we should

the finest and most delicate Silks-nor is it like theaP ---- STORAGE BUSINESS. soon be engaged.We sang one of Korner's
S M commonly axhersised: in onr days: which H. A. PIEilSON 4 CO. l battle '
& by : hymns and had
'J I; removing one evil almost invariable produce another THE subscriber !has eoM 'his Improvements in scarcely finished it, and

t. double size-nor does it require the preparative town of St. !\Jark: hut wishes it dislicct- l formed our lines, \\ hen I..acherith* :bis ,suit

- aL' ans: of all other rcnovaters-such as hot irons and ly understood bv his friends, that he bus n..J desn; I came up to us. Tho enthusiasm with which

1.e W;<-. Only little clean water, according to the o leaving: the Territory, and has rented thc! buiM-! the hoary commander was greeted; could ODt

jircctions, is wanting. Oil or Grease of any kind ing sold Ly him for the en uiticr/ twelve months mi i dispel the gloom which hovered on his br(1w.
can be extracted from the most delicate colored cur- der the expectation of
putting up mure spaciotK i and which told U6 that had hot beforeus. -
without the we a
nets usual trouble of taking them up.- I and convenient improvements belure the : day
i used aocordirg to the directions expiration Now the ling wished for
it will at once of the lease. moment arrived -
extract every particle of grease from the finest Cloth DrapersTALLAHASSEE z Tailor S, JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. .I hen we volunteers were ordered for.
or most delicate Silks, without injuring in the least
.S.EE Rq CE. ward. With
T..ILL.11/1 loud hurras
t1t)1K1Y color or texture.A St. MarksNw.: 14th, 1834. 14tf we rushed againsttho

CLUB, FOR 1834. large supjly of the above valuable article received .1 W H Liberal advance made on Cotton for New : village of Ligny, which was then covered '

[iTTlLLOci'iciice! on the third Monday [15lhJ I in I and for sale by 4 ILORIJ/A. York. J. B. P. wilh enemies, but were soon startled at tho 1
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Je-Jf! D.cer.ii)h.r: n.'xt, and continue six days. E. B. PERKINS, Ag't 11.YISTR.1TOR'S JVC)TICK. sightfa r-ivinr, which sencrated us from the

t-J flfl'T IMT-MQV11AY* Tallahassee Sept. 10th 1834. Gm. ALL persons having demands: against!: the estate, of]I place. The :Mayor was riding behind usand
:ton k! ('..!I\\'cepsl\k! | ; (: (tlr tlace vcarsolJs- three mile AIcGriff, deceased, late of Gadsdeu Co. .
I'.A' $;0J< entrance, J JI. f. to close on the 30ih Scp-: By the President of the United Slates. : Florida are notified to present them duly authenticated composedly smoking his pipe, merely said

:111 I I :I-rr 11't.: pursuance of law, I, ANDREW JACKSON, Presi- within the time prescribed by law, or they will be 'children, do honor to your regiment I* when

'"!' STCOVL nAY--1CESIUT.. IN of the United totcs of America: do hereby forever barred ; and all those that arc i.ideblcil! to the; we ta. a man, jumped or slid down in to the

dramrt ..jiroisncej} >u'-.s: free fur any horse in the Uni'cloh declare und make known that public! sales will be held above estate, are earnestly requested to come fjrmirJ:, h hollow, and climbing up on the other side,

arecaWy tj the rules of the Tallahassee! at the following Land! Offices, ii the Territory of Florida make payment on or by the first day Jar.uary next. broke whenever we could the
cku 'lu1', f"niile: heats, $300 entrance h. f.- at'tlie periods designated foe the sale of the undermentioned MARTHA MrGRIFF, Administratrix.AJJGUSTUS through hedges
: clt.c: 011 the :0li: September ncx.V lands, to wit : H. L.\ IE.t, Administrator.November :: out of which a discharge musketry received

ad) THIRD ")\\'-UCUSKIUV.raj At the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE, on the first 6. 183t. [14tf]_ us. Seperated by the plantation with which:

JorUy riu'j! Pu.af Entr.t'vc'-mit licit*, S150! 0.0) Monday in December next, for the disposal l of the public DIRECTIONS.The COPARTNERSHIP. each of the houses were surrounded everyone
: ] Forr.m L'A-t11t1ItDAY.: t lands within the undermentioned townships and Height indispensable. THE subscribers have associated: themselves in hail now to fight by his own guidance.
: fractional townships, to wit under the firm MARTIN
1:1chi', PLr..c-2 mite heats, 200 00 North of the base line, and West of.the meridian.I 1. Round the chest under coat. N. M. MARTIN 3? I "The village was intersected by a deep

4'l1l.-:",<:.e 515.I Township 1,of range 5. 2. Do. Waist. Nov. 10, isai.-14tf WILLIAM HART. brook, in which however their was at that time

fa Firm DAT-FRIDAY. Townships I and 2, of range 8. 3. From bank-seam to elbow and knuckle joint. but little water:; and the communication between
Jockey CuL! PuiS"-3 mile heats, 500 00 4. Round the ADMINISTRATOR'S .VOTICE.
Townships 1 and 2, of 9. 10,11 12 13 &. 14. thiqh. the
two sides
p Lntraii'c j30.! Township, of 15. 5. From the hip-joint to the ancle. A LL persons indebted to the estate of BENM. G. was kept up by means of
SIXTH DAY--SATCMtAT.Tropriaor range the above WALKER, are requested to make immediate payment single planks laid across the stream. ItVa s
Township I, of range; ]C. By scale of measurement gentlemc.n nt a
I\use--l inio iicits-3 best in 5,250 00 Township I, of range 23. I distance may be enabled to forward their measuYcs, and those having demauds!' against said estate, a murderous fijjht. Shots fell from every_ apcjture -
!: !!O.Tocach will render them in, duly authenticated.WILLiAai .
nu ancc S': .
'Ind Fractional township} 1, and township 5, arrange 29. nfiieh will ever r < ( ; vnh pr 'mpt .utcution. of the houses, between and behind
ifth" {
twofirtianied .
stakes imUOHS
tlierc are PWc'ythroesuliscrth \ 1 2 4 and ... J. Adin'r.Nov.
Townships .r, of 30.
:a alai range b. .IIiII I which, the French constant fire in
:r \\hulia\e: iicur11''ic' 15th 1834. (14-8 v) Wi'Uio: WillanvKslADMINISTRATGit'S [ I kept up a
$ forfeit
|L..M., _.i. ....._._..a ...i.. : TO'.61sll* 2. 3. 4, aaJ 5. ol ranee 31. .. a" ,..., .., ...4ri colnrns while '
.. .' .. .. .,\t... ; : cannon balls were pouring down
V "! ciiuo C-SJ tIJIC at the) : H' '
pa't :North of the base line, and East! of meridian. tiUUV1 t NOTICE.
: |Cctr 1D.I.jkofr"I! i4liI. iiii-t; d 'pos ted with the cash.rtt1 on us Iron: a neighboring (cwtinence and several
:it Township! 2, ofrangc:13.'fownshlPs : LL having demands arainst the estate, 01 I
!e. :.('. 'be AND persons
*i. !letter At
I 11:1! umi.y addiessrd to I and 2, of range 14 WILLIAM MARR, late of GadsJ.cn! county, arc houses wcr on fire. This hailstorm:: of
I!iiiecrcta-y! :' at' Ta! lih'i. ;)ee. a'..y time before the 30thsunVi South of the base line, and Cast of meridian. : flJ :fO 12f{ QZil' hereby notified to present them without delay proper |balls, which every moment scattered brickbats V
Ortto 'I'< i : .
with the
"! of sub.nni. )
That part township 11 situated North and Westof l Iy authenticated to the subscriber : And t persons in tiles and branches of about startled
I. T-n: .' ,1t! ui' 'U.itC to be nameii the A. PIEBSON & Co A\oud! respectfully in- trees us,
evening the Suwannee river of :H to make immeui.itcpayment. !
14. the
estate requested
range to are
nltk J1)rtde( r\c.: S form their customers and the publjck generally W. O. KEX.llm'r.. even the oldest warriors. I fell in at.the gofa ?
The raa \lOIil'e iin, ftt the] Stan rarh ,1 At the same place, in continuation commencing on that they are now opening their new" Stock of
up whom
hy, with four soldiers 01!
wtlef ctuiwr the l/tird Monday in December next, for the disposal of Rocy Comfort, Gadsdtn coiwjy, ) hedge, none.
it; : the Cmupeiiior best acct mm0ll:1.tion'; and every tfibrtjiff.ird '\ill I! f'I.lde the public lands within the limits of the unJermen- FALL & WINTER GOODS, November 8th, 1834. J 1 t-8w seemed willing to pass first. Their sneers at
: and it is
If d.1'!,l tii'J: that fientlcmcn at u' distance conexpected who- toned: townships and fractional townships, to wit. just received from New York consisting of splendid the *\oung! ya; er' made me take the {lead, and
avf: fine horsesjll South of the base line and West of the meridian. From New York via Key West for St. Marki.THE V
consider !
I of whom
the V
our Purses, and our d- assortment superfine Cloths( Cassimenw: and Vest- stepped over corpse an enemy,
X/.s\u JIJea e, worthy of their Fractional township 1, of range S. superior ror> ).r-f'Stenrtl: sriiioniLUCINDA. 'r
:i Consideration.THO. ings of a great variety, selected from late importations | our shots had killed. I cast a melancholylook
TownshipsTownjshi 1,2.3,4,5, G, and 7, of jrangc 9. 'VF.STER\'ELT, l. : \viil'I
mot tble rdcr.-Likewlse
pitme BROWN, Bcc'r & Proprietor. 1 2 : 4 ;; 7 8 ar-d of 10. '\ I at tho. face of the dead soldier, who
.fuyJith.lS3I! : ) is 3j ,6, range general ns':!>riinent: of Fancy Articles for Gentlemen's sail from New York on or a'r.ut: the I l.:>ih | vie :

l: _1-2J.tfJ TownshipsTownships 1, 2,3,4, 5. C, 7. A, i>, and 1 Oof range II. dress, viz :-:J-'ti <*k<> of every dcscriotion, Gloves, of Dc mher. Persons visltisijj' :: :: to or kl' was immediately: rifled of bw watch by the .V

:td The Qiiincy Races. Townships Townships 1,2,3,4.5 1,2,3,4. and, and 5 C of, of range:14.13. Linen Slar's) Hosiry, fee.-Splendid S<* il 1, Fur, and so in time for the above schooner.CENTER I which was attacked on all sides, and, expelledfire
m range Cloth Pafine! Silk, Plubh, and Beaver flats of the & Co. are ? jn'inted! ajjen's for siidschooner
;Jte p'II Racf-s over tlc Gadsden Coiyse at Quinc-. Township 1. and fractional townships 2, 3, and 4 1 I, latest r-jshion.: in New YlflallJ will receive snul forward: and sm )ke six grenadiers rushed out ot'

will commt-ncc Wednesdiy the 7th day of f of range 13.Township. \ '.iinl 1 Ts-ortment rondy-madClotIiins made goods free of comm sslUns o'.lt-Twisc than actual charges ; .it i offering close front, anJ presenting their.

' JtDll3.ry: ISH, aid cor.timie: four days. I, amd fractional township 2, of range IC,. tin oy ii"i! 1l"jS'I'ior.rs, ill tin: most f.1ilhful..nd fash on them. bayonets to* us. More than 20 shots were

iti sttky'sPurse S-OUmile heats-Entrance $iO At tin Land Office at ST. AUGUSTINE, one the i ionable >',) 'c, consisting Ovcrcrius! Tro<*k &. Dress C KERR & STIIRGESt St. Marks. l tired and they sank after another to lisa
a i -UUays Purse gl30' --I mile.]heats, best 3 in 5- second Mjnday in December next, for the disposal of CO:1t and Coat'-rs, Inc Cloth nut! Goat's hair CamletCl'jaks Agents, < CENTER, & Co. 94 Pine-st. N. York.
i I wtrancr: 5JU the public lands within the limits of the undermen I- andV nppois, Pantoloon and Vests: (.almost SU Marks, Nov. IS, 1334. [ 15tf] I no iiore, I was taking aim, when a fellow aot-

.JDII"s Fursc to consist of the Entr-inac Money tioned townships and fractional townsfiips, to wit? every description! a'Tion,; '"ilir.h are rich fi ..lrcd and her, who was just loading; called my attentIOn

,;i. orte first and second d.lys-l iflilc heath,- North oftlJe! base )line, and East of the meridian. Doublc- rt.'wd Velvet iul; fine black Cloth and CourtHouse for Leon County. I to a Frenchman, who was quietly kneeling }.

fl'.rane! 15 Fractional townships 1,2, 3, 4, and 5, (East of SiMary's .. Cassimerc, Val! 'nlia niu! 'I.irf'! IxTarseillcs Vosls. &c. i dhed knapsack as
1,0I !fck Commissioners fbi tke juan strapping
: Day's undersigned County open
: Purse to rnrsist of the Entrance' river) of range 23. Fnc Manm nn.J l imb's \Vfcl! Vett-Shirtsand Drawers THE '
.1of (Jr the third and( fourth d"s-I mile out oney- Townships 1,2,34; and fractional township 5, of -fine Nrti Silk: and Dockm Under-Vests, an ofDet'ember Leon will rel'ci5calell Proposals until the if he was, preparing for a parad'Take bfF.
for the erection of COURTHOUSE
a -
I/lfr\lr.e.; 10) range 24, excellent atti-'l' for invahis. 1st next that one,' said a soldier. 'I will not/1 icpliedat
for said The Contractor furnishing
,All, "''tries to be made with the Secretary by scve Townships 1,2, and 3, of range 25. A quantity' "f coiir."- Clothins: suitable for Negroes, all the materials County., which must be of rood quality; the same moment, some shots from another
'C'oclof! : tic 1 of 26. and an a>. vtmcnt of Irdia Rubber Surtouts, Pen.Tockels -
day prc\ious io that of running. Township range and must stipulate at what time. the work will com- quarter! stretched the defenceless man on th&ground
Fractional townships 1,2,3, and 4, of range 27. Mini Trnwssrs, warranted vcry durable and I .
V V A. and when the sime will be completed. '
J. FORM: A.N The continued. Without
mance battle
Sec'rvn hopeof
- offered sale the subscribe
Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 29. pcifectly w it'-i-pioof: are for by
of the and' all other information -
Of A Building
Gadsden Jockey Club. Fractional townships I 1,2, and 3, of range 29. !s"on v.iy low tcnv.s. A deduction of 10 j ercent plan necessary of the coming out alive, I continued 'firing and
J lllUCY, October 23 1834. can be hail by application( to either
[ll-llw] South of the base, line, and East of the ffleridi g. will be made: for all oiiicrs accompanied with undersigned Conuni;).ioner=,. sheltering myself behind trees for three factors
BOOKS That part township 11, (East of Suwannoe river) the cash.
! STATIONARY. their ) which passed to me like so many minutes
of 14.Townships. ttX The subscribers return sincere thanks for
Itrt range JAS. S. LINN >
rtbe *I'UUub&criber: has received a general assortment 10, 11, and 12, of range 15. the very liberal patronage heretofore received, and RO. J. HACKLEY, > without my being aware, that on both sides of

ksb h'ID1d oJUooKSAND STATION-ART, which he offer* to Townships 10, 11, and 12, of range 16. would still hope by their assiduity] and strict attention Commissioner* for Leon Count)P. me, our troops had been twice driven back by

IbI; cummers The at rotluccd prices among which are Townships 10, 11, 12, and 13, of range 17. to business, to merit and receive a continuation of the Tallahassee, Oct. 23lli, 1834. [12lfJ] the furious contests, and the superior numbers
: Token
for 1835 : Townships C, 7, and 13, of nmge 19. same.
of the in the
It be about
el Affection's Gift : Townships 5, C, 7, 8, 9, and 13, of range 19. ;iCP:: All orders will be thaiiKfully: rccivcd ; and as enemy. might seven
I Christmas Box Townships 1,2.3,5,67,8, and 13, of rargc 20. they havexengagcd in their employ steady and first Gerardin fie Way, evening, when a comrade called out toi me,

,J The late ; Townships 1,2, 3, 6, 7, and 8, of range 21. rate WORKMEN, they are prepared to execute all order Watch Makers aatL Importers of English and Yager, look to your left. I quickly turnedin
:IB1J Novels, That portion of township 1 South of St. Mary at the shortest notice, and in the most durable and I that direction and of
French and Articles preceived a party
! A'i J a gnat t'aritlyof river, and townships 2, 3,4,5,6,7, and fiof, raifge22. fashionab.e: style.- Tallahassee Oct. 2;;. [11Gm.THE Jewelry Fajicy ,
i Frenchmen rushing down toward 03; and at
t..tndard and : That portion township I, East of St.Mary's river: received at their es-
Miscellaneous HAVE
Works heretofore
Medical be
.r ; partnership existing' .
time I the
Schitol Monroe-ct. same saw our Major giving signal
and Blank Books, of and townships 2,3.4,5,6, 7, and 8, of range 23. the undersigned was dissolved mutual -. on
.a every description by
.r Rogers Extra fine I'ctvKnives: ; ; Townships 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, of range 24. consent on the first of October, 1834.J. by late arrivals from New York, of retreat, which was repeated by the buglp. -

I Ink,. Quills, Paper, Tape, ScinVlLX! Townships 1,2,4,5,6,7. and 8, of range 25. McLEMORE, V V a large assortment,among whichare The narrow bridge over which we had

Tt .:fILbcs< fijr t'hildcn> 4-c. 4-c Fractional township, 1, of range 29. lOtf. WM. FLAKE. the following: I to was chocked with people, and we
Gold silver Ladies pass
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weeks and the
1rt tUTiI"r ab;> infornis the Public that his Cm Each sale will be kept open for two -
tom'G: I is now and : besub.cnLer lands reserved by law for the use of schools, or for ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Watches, Gold Earrings, stopped for some time, exchanging shots with:
: on complvin oj en,with the any terms.one can other purposes, will be excluded from sale. ALL persons indebted to the estate of the late Bre.1.stptlls, Fing rrings, Watch the enemy. At last we were compelled to

\V1LLIAM WILSON.1S34 Given under my hand, at the City of Washingtothis n, BIRD, are requested to make paymentto ; Chains and patent Keys, Gentlemen" and Ladle think of our own safety; and one of our officers
J Overnher I 11.1. seventh day of Jnly. A. D. 1834.ANDREW the subscriber. Those who have claims against Guard Chains, Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain and l
::: :I.2L JACKSON.By said! estate, will present them for adjustment to cut glass Beads of every description, Ink-stands boldly leaped into the ditch, and was.4

Il t. ADMlMsrilATOH'S: : NOTICE." the President: Nov. 3, 1834. [fl3-8w) R. POLISH. Adm'r.: Bronzes &c. Perfumeries of the best quality, patent wounded; I followed him, and got safely rip:

,4t l pj Pr: otis having claims ngainst the estate ofILAfiAn ELIJAH HAYWARD, adiliort to t t.e: former assortment of FALL- Pens* Ladies' Boxes of every size, Scissors, PockeBooks t- the opposite bank behind some trees when '1.. .
VnirEiiCRST deceased late of Leon Commissioner of the General Land Office. [50tS IN Baskets for ladies and childreread.BaIidia ,
a o n yare l hereby the subscriber has just received ptrbrig Rubber BracersPistols PercussionCap-4, Look- was sheltered. Perhaps 1 might have got off .
* Atn1jcated within tile notiStd time to present tk law'm duly au- For Sale Rose, the following GIHJCEHIES, which will be ing-Glasses &.c. &c. unhurt, but at this moment a wounded friend
tiU prescribed by ,or they ,
r CII: Ie- Ol.er barrc Alt ]persons indebted to said Uif: A good PLANTATION in Gadsden: sold low for cashviz : Tallahassee.. October 11, f 1834. ((9tf) called for my assistance, and while, I was hastening
1I ,are 200 bbls. fresh superfine V -
requested to make immediate wards him three shots fired
payment. County, 13 miles from Tallahassee, 10 ,were at
Mr, T SARAH. ) 'VIIITEHURST, Adm'a.rix. m, es rom Quincy, and U miles from the Ochlocknee[ 200 sacks ground Alum Salt, NOTICE. me, th.o first missed the second sep rated
\ u. ? LINN is mY authorised agent. river containing 800 acres, 700 in cultivation, with a 55 bbls. prime Pork, WILL be sold, on Tuesday the 9th of both bandoleers and
I --M. [M2tfl] SARAH WHITKIICRST.IT : large! commodious Su..ar-house-A jrst rate verticalSugar.Mlll :; 3,500 Ibs. superior Hams, December, the valuable PLANTATION be. my across my chest the

: : Kettles ofrarge size, and all the necessary 400 do. Western Feathers, longing to the estate of Benjamin O.Walker third bit me under the.knee, and tore the muscle -

I NOTICE. apparatus for taking off a large crop of Sugar Cane- Rice, Guslien: Butter, Cheese, Potatoes, &.c. deceased, adjoining Lafayett's tOwnship, and of the leg."
A $ W4Q" are i.tercstedl will take notice, that the A large framed Gin-house, first rate running- ar,anda Nov. 15th (I4if) HENRY BOND. lying within 7 miles of Tallahassee, containing 480
ubserjeg have filed ui the Clerk's Office of the (,0 saw Braintree- Gin-A good Horse Mill. Upwards acres, more or less-200 acres of which are cleared Booklionary;-Small business-U1o1Be.! eating .

I..j. JJ72, Jefferson, Florida, a Petition for a vision of 20 good Negro Houses,all with plank floors, "DISSOLUTION OF COP.IRTXERSHIP.of and excellent order. On the place is a neat Dwelling 1- grass seeds. Crockett-.one that grins.
ksted estate of ISAAC MILLER, late of said county, and all necessary Out-Buildings. The purchaser.can copartnership;>> exi House, with all Out'Buildings attacled-an excellent
and will on the 30th day off>ecemoor, I&14, be furnished with Petit Gulph Cotton Seed, gratis THE &: ROUSE, is t.hisdaY. lsS lved by mutual; Gin and Packing Screw included. Persons Congress-eight dollars a day. Children fc4

I 111'tthe Judge of said Court to anp S and low that is to be made to .ile 'r. Formy for themselves. Thesubacriber is now at the plantation to kiss with. *
S\eelaivlde partition said Estate According to I the place: All of which will be sold extremely payment or pout _Factories-places
: 6 the Petitioners.. for cash,-will sell for one-balfcash, the balance in 12 Zhcvot, who is fully authorized! to settle all accounts ; and will with pleasure, give all information required to kill females. Ladies-such as know undiol.
i : /urd all claims against said concern a>>e to those who wish to purchase. The plantation
Jf"db, months. Those disposed to purchase, will do well to and having any ,
,. .uu.aua.. H. Low, } Petitioners bf call and examine the premises, which will be shown requested to present eEnUORhim.RMY will be sold on tbe premises. low the fashions. Health-taking 40 Hygeicto
DUVAL Terms made known ,the of sale. piUs Do tor-one that Law-
8 Prudent, by my Overseer on; the place, or myself, residing In on day daily. poisons. : .
GEO. Y. Gadsden eoan Adm'r. yer-one that takes money.' Mio'iater-gboSliyer.

MQttli.cUo, 22 1 1834. [7-3rnJ WAIU@R, .f, r'AtI', Quincy Noy.,I. ((1ltfJ* THOMAS* PRESTON 9' Tallahassee, Nov. 4, 1834... (l3tfJI. Nov.15tb 1834. (l4tds) '." With the Will annexed.. Cash- not known these daj gI ,--



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gain from a borse. W81? to an office of $25, ill-fated ship and nearly. all,her,crew oa board I ---- f. anuqujmpla ktg.ea eftaat -
From the Evening Star. 000 per ann.'. Yet she IS. after all, as disinterested perished among them the remaining sen of I tfC mUU1<&iG. the,accu ah I 1n re t; whitk .
JUDGE W H1T&L.: The Louisville Advertiser The total l destruction of both houses of Parliament also 'calculated this ,
as. most people ; for, if she can't get poor, Capt. .Bingham! Hero was the mournful differen '
noting, no doubt, under instructions from the the bargain herself she has no particular objectioq conclusion of a train of deplorable events by fire last night'wiU.mark tbe commencement i f220,000. -" ;:;:=
Kitchen Cabinet baa commenced a waref'areagainst towhicb wim- of a new era in the history of Eng- I "rly the nest IY-Idcet
j that it should. -had by one who has thelife of the.commander, ; the, Rh .
Judge White, Stinforms us that the office befriended her. agice, there are \\Jut few parallels the annals land. The'future historian, when he comesto the 16th, we .hall expedite to Si

. holders and contractors will permit no roan The.following extracts from the Knoxville of the British or any other navy.' They seem his resting-place, suspend his naration to I Napoleons hich is th, extent 70u( -
to be the next Presidentwho is not put iu nomination which sailors dwell with melancholly pleasure on the gloriesof which you have directed ndlb, TJ
Register, a leading Tennessee paper, when taken to justify the gloomy forebodings i Ug to'
. by tbeml5( lves. Tho advertiser sets unfortunate which these now smoking ruins were a wit vessel. By the
in connection with somo that we have given always connect with the life of an packet oft the- 2Sthhr .cIA'
out by informing its renders thVt the editor of from other papers of the same State, will or ill-starred officer.-[N. Y. Star. ness-to recall the hallowed recollections of expedite an equal sum and the baI.nc't .the

i the U. States Telegraph. i U desirous of putting explain our meaning, and show that the New : the triumphs of freedom obtained within those packet of the 1st t.N ovem'er." the 1.JDuel.

t Judge White in nomination, and argues that York Magician may yet miss the figure in AMERICANS ABROAD.-By a letter from Pa- walls and perhaps to date from the downfulLofthis :

l lie Should be denounced if he does permit himself Tennessee. ris, we learn that Mr. Bryant and his lady, af- venerable pile changes the most momen- --

to be r.iJ idered as a candidate. In re. Several of the Tennessee papers are ter having passed a few weeks in Paris, set tous which have stampt their impress on the A POIGNANT R .BCM" Co

I ply, the Telegraph says : Ie we will put his I pressing.the claims of Judge Hugh L. White out for Florence on the 23d of August last. character of a ,great people. We saw the fin' Never was there a more hsl and !treI1

conscience at rest upon this point. The vote now a Senator from that State, as a candidatefor Mr. Edwin Forrest arrived at Havre on the from every point to which an approach to it rebuke than was given to\ m." do DC

If, which Judge White gnve for the force bill the Presidency. This looks as if Van first of September, and proceeded immediatelyto could be made and never before did we beholda who, in company with a strange /. the

1 forms a strong and almost insuperable objection Buren stock was low in that quarter. The the capital. Our latest accounts from Mr. spectacle so awfully grand-so sublimely behaved in so very equivocal', ungt/! un

J with us ; but for this, although he is not President is thereabouts now, and will soon Willis, state that he had just recovered from a terrific. On Westminster bridge and morn was induced, to take some anbtcoZwith :nero If

our choice, wo should be content to see him. set the disaffected right upon that poi,,:. Van severe attack of illness and gono to spend a than mile beyond it, whither; the wind blew II T." l&d
the President. roof of Lord for about hours after the breaking out of "Sir, says she "d 0 k
is his darling and ho cannot think of any one few weeks un'der< the hospitable two YOtl now "h 01 tbr
, It is time that the spirit of faction should be else intruding upen the line of secession long : Dalhousie. Mr. Greenough, the sculptor, the flames, it literally rained fire. The crowds ; I nm the wife" of Mr._." d(

rebuked, and we must earnestly entreat aUf since arranged. Judge While will have to I was proceeding rapidly with his statue of of people who flocked from directions wore Madam, says he, "I really be Keys

those who love their country, to offer up something back out-and the presses making the demon- Washington; and the general impressions immense and but ono feeling oI f sorrow seem don : 1 mistook you. \But\ permit eOU! ern I

i of personal feeling and prejudice on the stration will find plausible reasons for droppinghim .: among Americans who had seen it, was that I cd to prevade the people all were united ina you what ought to seem" what you ARE-r teen'

t common altar. Who that loves.hb own children ready at hand, whenever the commandis his success in that most difficult undertaking wish to preserve these monuments of th you SEEM. Fran'

and venerates his ancestor*-who that given them." would be more complete than that of any other freedom of Britain-these thoatres upon whi.h eight

sees what wo are, and remetnb.ers what we On the above, which we copy from the Vir- I, sculptor who has attempted it. The friends were acted whatever is gfeatest., noblest, and ANECDOTE OF LORD OXFORD"'"* any" )
t .
: were, does not feel the necessity of arresting ginia Free Press, it may not be amiss to bestow : of Mr, Fay will be gratified to learn that during most glorious' in her past records. Much was exp 'riments of fancy wis: a d..t.rNI: "iii" ,

the flood of corruption which, has overspreadthe a passsing notice. Without referrence to his residence in Ilnlly he has written a no- done; and to the cheerful and timely exertions to drive four red deer Stags in a ph t" site j

country acd themselves to overwhelm our the standing of any other gentleman, wo may, vel which will orelo I gb issued ftom the Lon: of such persons the country is indebted tr the horses: and these: ht. hud reduc' d ii: I imm!

institutions it is in the power of a few meno j we think, safely say, that Judge White is decidedly don press* The sceiiof the first volume preservation \Vestmiiister Hall and tho ad- discipline I f>r his xl'urslons.ard :cbl).?'] Bu\\"r

allay the bitterness of (patty rancor, and more popular in Tennessee, than any laid in this city, and of the second in Euroc.He >> joining Law Courts.It on the road!; but unftmunately" ....% L Ii' j'i*:t.''j into I

should Judge White be the chosen organ of other man in the nation (if we except Gen. is now in Paris. From our ancient friend is impossible:: to conte-nplate those splen. day driving to ftcwmirkot their .".".r '-t J chtn 1

conciliation, he wilt be thrice blessed indeed. Jackson,) and, entertaining as we do, the and contributor, William Cox, we hear fre- did ruins without feeling that .aiother link luted with the cry of hound*, which ] the jcrosiag SI\.

.' We -are well aware of "prejudice against highest opinion of his capacity, firmness and quentl lIe has laid aside his pen for some which connected the past with the present is the ground"in the re /cauT' .dd 1

our: ress-we have suffered repeated and cruel integrity, we would greatly prefer him as the time past but throws out strong hints ot an broken. Here within the e walls the most of ttte 'four in hand, aid: com nea.-ed'; a 1 that

injustice at the hand of those who riot on the successor of.lhe present venerable incumbent.We intention to resume it speedily, and what is memorable of freedom's buttles:: were fought. kind of chase witLi breast hllJ..K" ""1\,| wa

tihiits of our labor, and feeling this, we shall therefore, honestly and sincerely desireto better for our especial benefit. His numerous -I here the great charter of English liberty was i The novelty I of'he scene was! nrhbe".a torn

.\Jelibcralo well before we take any part in support have an opportunity to support him. Thiswe friends in this city will be pleased to learn i unfolded for the protection of( the people-;and de .cripnon. I. did hw lord3b'J| ': C\ns
-. of any candidate who may be put in nowination. will do, because we believe his chance for that he is deeply meditating upon the utility hero an humble member of the Hous of Commons his charioteering k'II'j., v.m; ( did( hi' engi

: But as the conductors of a public success better than that of any other individual and propriety paying us a visit in propria -I iamdon-dared to brave the power ofa tram d grooms endeavor to rio"* .oe'.' / I .

journal, it is our duty to admonish our readers : spoken of, and because we arc satisfied persona ; and peradvcntnre, taking up his per- royal despot. Within the now bare. and ems, trammels and )weight ofth..: t. T.t.

of tho current of public sentiment, and we, that he would administer the government on manent abode on this side of the Atlantic. rofless walls of St. S's Chapel did Wm. llufus; wer" of no dtlet! for 'they went with. ., <..:.:.(On

therefore, insert the two-following extracts pure republican principles-that in his bands [N. Y. 'lir O" thu nobles! of his court prostrate himself it; of a whirlwind: ; and this '!l@lldc.fIl pa! r.1 n 1 year

:from papers, which are antipodes in pol.itics, the nation would be perfectly safe from corruption prayer, and Edward 11 (. give to heaven those midst of his electrical<< vbration: *, of ,Iat I 1 1-pr
to show that public opinion; in the south, is and free from the danger: of dissolution.: SINGULAR OPERATION.-About five month hours which were not devoted to the happiness> fair i t experience tn; fair pi hH Q.lt iD.; \ t n .

fapidly' advancing to an adjustment of the Litter [THC EXTRACTS] k ago a woman swallowed a bone which stuck of hi:< subjects. The hoiiMj! of Lords too- I .. :y however, his lorl-n.p: huii& \it,,"!\ natlLuc. Thi

animosities that hive kept us a divided en- We have seen a suggestion that the nomina- in her windpipe, and in consequence of the the first legislative chamber in the world-was cu to.ne'J t', '.'rive tins -'st ot ':i frv p-,...',..:1 etl, CI

ifeebl'jd, and subjugated; people. We copy tion of Judge' While in a Tennessee and an effects which it produced she was sent to an not without a ho. t of recollpotion which rendered .I to the Rum Inn, :!t x-w-narkti: I wnKjfno : ha(

firstFrcnu,'* I Alabama paper, i U a manoeuvre of Mr. Van I II infirmary at Edinburg where the operation described it .in object! venerable respect in the >t happily! at hand: anti 10 ..M h: ,|

, the Southern Adoxra'c of Iltm\sville, Ala. We do not believe a word of! it.Ye I.I.Uurcn. below was preformed by Mr. Liston. eyes of the country. Here tond Elizabeth<< .I aaip's: most lervpjit p>l)'. .-sn 5j.lcjrj: C..

I I tflON. HUGH L. WHITE ANFJ TUB PRHSIDENCYVfe are satisfied such an: object could not be accomplished -i The symtoms were that respiration way noisy in all the pride of rcg'il triumph, alH10...... ':1.- htui'bcen ant l ntiv lir.:cted. tn.o (iw noti

observe that several of the Tennessee i without detection. Those who and stridulous, particularly during respiration. destruction of the Spanishrm.ida; ; --whose : tJ': ;} :hUil-ifiM? ",,';...I'-l J, !d li'b! f

par>crs are beginning to urge with much zeal choose<< to be gulled, m :y be if they wish it, There was no complaint of pain, but a sense flounder flct form tho /pr-to-b" f r.HTt'n le's !liEoh; \ : :'it> Ow.h fc"-enidfoti. Co'
and such who will hat thereis of felt coughing and her attempts | .,! f>"tfJ t;ll tHlV !", :".; .. ** Th
the pretensions of .}"d.teVhite: to the Presi-, it isnly pretend rawness was on needle-work decoration of ti! < ioOy will- ; j U1t :(' n. t
de Acy. Of Judge White's integrity as a pub- any ground for the statement. The truth is : at expectoration : Sleep disturbed by here William III. gave ih- -ill:! .,'' ft.rtiu I-- ; tuv: *v -iiickh;1V ov-r..v "i-u, JH-.J! 6.,, ,j sistetti

tn an, there seems to be but one opinion. His the ebullition! of public sentiment, in spite of difficult breathing. Towards mOl nm she occasionally Englishmen ; and here the :fm! w>t.ls: ;ve' .: ).Ijtfl., :til.l. i: t .r-Nhi. Mtr,' "II 'M.' t and(

C' .)Urse has bean manly, honorable, dignified the efforts of politicians. Judge Whit is''. expectorated a mu cuons fluid ting- spoken which gave toleration ". i 111/> ; !).....wr. tIIP.i-, y ri.c.ie.1 10 h>r itia fujn! >1L ] tt't.
sound decidedly the choice of overwhelming with blood, and felt aa'if were obstructed by ter the Catholic! th* Itou...:-sop'-area in full cry the .4- Ilnc
iId! !
n lid consh tent. To a practical judge- an majority emancipation to tntdul:1 :, ._..-.--...--....-... _. _a _.. \\U
Client: he unites unsuspected purity of intention of the people of Tennessee. Rut, theyare I something acting as a valve a little below the to the slave. -- -- ----- thq

... He alone of the prominent men of the neither bigoted nor foolish. If they( can- right clavicle. On the 4th the usual opera- The national los from tho (!Ji'-.injcMcn oJ I Cotnuiiouso. f fur, Leon j CountvJHE : tI

time, seems to have: parsed harmless from the not get their first choice, they will give their! tipn tracheotomy twas pe.rorm, and after these edifices, savrod to liberty and tne past:: t I nude Nisrnci': C >rnnisn ners in t&; (* Pen
indiscriminate rage of purty. The elevation vote for some man who professes the same I a little delay, to allow; the irritation produced cannot be estimated. The books alone dc I I I ..JLoJ:: : L'ji, will receivt sealed ProposalIL: the

k of such a man would be desirable, on account principles, and will administer the government i by tho admission ot a drop or two of blood into stroyed were worth several thoulaiiti pounds, i, H.JlJ'E 13th ot'De.tor cui'e said Con next.ay.for theerectioao meL CoRtr-ctptfarl! itO II rue

: v>fit tendency to allay he strife of heated and on the plan of J efi rson. I the tieafhea to subside. a gun-shot probe indepfndjnt hundreds of moat valuable! records -:.I} i-,";! all he materials, which msiM: !o-: ot ioodraH:: Iep:

time strengthened controversies, and to disarm I was: passed down to the right bronchus, aHd of which it may take a half century to I I alai must SI i .u a e a: what ti-ne "ie w .ri: wt!l'l'mcii huc
the bone struck. A pair of I c and when the same '\ ;,. UiUpletei
It all \
the jealousy of old and ambitious rivals. The hie the Little Bdt. was immediately discover the full extent. For the various reports -
Capt. Bingham oj A plan ot i ii i.
Bunding :a: :: -A uf uecssa.,
:as quite apparent that the pledged and devoted There are but few of.our couutr\men who curbed forceps.were then introduced twice, of the orgiri of the fire, we refer to the f..nnatun can L>- aad :,yjj.ph:-a i. n to eitieroi! : ,| ty.

followers, of some of the leading candidatesfor do not remember the Little Belt, and the filing but, as the body could not be grasped by them accounts which are given in our other colums. undersigned:: CoiU'.niSMoriv'i: 'VI

the Executive chair, would stop at no sacrifice into her Cotnn.odore before another p'lir of different construttion were The Io-s oonsidcred as an ordinary business ns CHAIRS, his
by Rogers just
to secure the election of their favorite. :. the last war, and the excitetnci.t, it caused, tried, by which it was: at once seiztd. In the affair, is estimated at half: million tenling.- J 1'.0.\S.J.::3.H.CliL.Yfitt.LLNN, |., mer

We wish to see no man brought into power and even exultation almost, as an atonement first attempt to. extr'!et it, it escaped from the r 'lIn. C"'nattsbioncfiVLewCjcl: ()n
who has been surrounded and sustained by a in oftlio the ill fated forceps but on the socend it was brought: out Tallahassee, O 't. .ih, J dJ t. [fli/j
r some measure, on tt
outrage I
I without much The of the From the Oarolii.-d! Gazette.WASHINGTON .
train pausing
: of eajjer, rcstles, and insatiable aspirants difficulty.
It has !
Chcscpi'ako. thought .
een or was Ne... J II. PROCLAMtTlLN.wh(
instruments violent fits
sifter office.( We desire no longer to witness produced coughing,
: then conceded that evil
so generally Binghatn was There are some rumors abnnJ, in reference I I
with of the chest and lividitv of the
the spectacle of a whole nation torn and dis- heaving -
the agressor, and in the bravado of the Dacre "' to Manges: and appointments, which, as they appear 1 7, GEORGE K IV..1 K KER, lers
traded with civil convulsions He who has lace. The icmoval of tho bono instantaneous
school of gnscsr.tainw which then prevailed in gave tr come from tespectable :fmrces-hy which I Si-crcuary and Acting Guvernor of thaT..::T.' to t
ooked into the condition of the and relief the became
press society ; respiration pcifectly I the Executive Florid, tin
the British had supposed he could with mean, sources very near are worthy -
for some time past, wiih the steady and impunity insult navy the American flag. Time calm and easy, and the strmulous inspiration of comin.micating.! It is said that Mr. FORSYTH DO 'icrcb I declare and m..kc ]Icncwn,tha: :(p! or 1

.::jiirtial eye of a patriot, must have been ceased entirely. The cure wa:* completed in is to be :appointed: to a seat on the Supreme y.fiflh of October 1 ist, a:.u i c.iccjnnin ; "i
I which establishes the convictions of truth, the oonauary of Leon, J'JlIX U. :.0 .iKilj!
I jnade sensible thnt the time has emphatically would seem to have contradicted this impres- a fortnight, and the woman ii now with her family Bench, in the room of the late Judge JOHNSON, duly ele-Ued a Member of the next L,, .,>':d\t C dl1"''
I arrived which the in health. and Louis M'LANS, in the place of Judge DOVAL, cil for said the .- rev
I requires n recurrence to perfect County, to suopiv: Vh ocosi
sion if it the fact that
or, was
fundamental source of ; Capt. Bingham who, according to report, has signified his intention by the death Nathan i'.y 'I. Esq. iGIVES
power--the people .
> "them elvl"s. Wewish thwr voice had the fool hardiness of opening his sloop's F-: --z to resign, if he has not already resigned. Thereis under my ...I.1.1.\t 1'La.issethi.: :, the
its passing guns upon the President it must be imputedto From the Washington TMegraph.REPRESENTATION a flying rumor that Governor, or rather :Secretary day oi Novembr! I SSI.f : nor
through primary channels, to have an ab. youthful folly, totallly incompatahle with IN CONGRESS. CASS, may be benched, and not Mr. FOR- !Sf: | __ G,iO. K. n'UE the

tfoluk and efficient agency in the selection of the discretion and demeanor which his alter The second session: of the 23d Congress will SYTH, A<..riin : we have a statement that Mr. TA 1'i>'I'. .. '\J.\TQ\( : nat
-jft: Presidency. Away with all nictation and all life exhibited. commence on Monday, the 1st of December next. NEY is [() come into office once more, and to take BY sulpn

partisan: rule and aS 'endancy.V c want the The British blood which ho unnessarilv The following table will show the represeiitation his ongiaal: : place!: in the Cabinet as Allowy( Ge i 'J rt.:-"*.f) 'j'*..I'10' V iC; *.*." '. J.\' ...V,.... .

direct, honest, and unsophisticated voice of caused to be shed did much to the in Congress from each Stale in the Unon, from neral.! The report proceeds to state: that Mr. '1"\-1 Secretary and .Icting Gczrncv tf Flcrib.TJ gre

the great mass of Republican heart We pain.and mortification which the assuage the organization= of the government up to the NEY has received assurances from Senators! 1 ?'> ':.*.' .... ..sii'Iauid. 5* :ki. K'-vn.thKOtt', gi
"would not be understood as distinctly avowing disgracefulissue present time, with the several ratios:: of rej re opposed his appointment to the Treasury, tat ;.[. Ii .1 !.. :.0: ....::tIr.I.-r. k ':I ('}II!.lOi"'7 Jai
an opposition to a convention in form. If of the Chesupeakc affair had left rank sentation, as alsq the number of. electors to be having carried their determination to ink w' a .1. ...it""llt"l".r..; ..-i- ,-.! .t{, -oVr* rj"I tl..P ne-.V: !
any ling like a thorn in the bosom of every Amer chosen in 1936. their signal displeasure the man who hid:: nciual.K: ':: itvc 'Jc>anciin ; lui; :: :>cf.i--, t1.; ,r :'i IJ l !I.'t. a:
auch a measure should be required in order to ican. It confirmed us'in removed the public deposited, they are not tll'l...s i j jeitto I ... j' ed
our of .r.t .
opinion aK
1787 1793 1803 1813 18-23 1933 ; : ''
: 1836 '
Tjring: about an effective concert public opinion their hostility further uml. thr.vr- I b'or the county of Ln*>'>. i j ,. ,. of
ourselves, and the brilliant naval victories o 0 0 0 o o : carry : any ; :|I j t! ""r :Lt nj;
we would it.Vhat insist o 0 0 0 o 0 E fore that his nomination of Gru *.vl !I tile
support we upoo which soon after followed, forever eternized 000.. o.o 0 o Attorney j I J. tT c-). J tn s [? I't j.r;
is, that such a body should not be got up O- Cf5- WJ trc ,c- t: tj would not be unacceptable to them. ['0 m.jke; I IIK ; tu1"'t'C: !| ,:', ., P-vri.. ;. ?; :an
mad controlled set tacticians the reputation of tho slat-spangld banner. To oo n= n m "* T jy way for Mr. TANEY, as Attorney General it is I It lla... !? >p. t\ .;'. .t. Hunter; iJ'a.s'1n'1zi
by a intriguers revert from this .2 .. .2... .2 .2 .2.... W ; ; !
find alluring subject to Capt. Bing said that Mr. BUTLER will be removed to the su- \\ : : 't.nu.i '.I'trhell. ; Lain.
political jugglers. ham. He was laid on the shelf by the British States. I c c:: I::: I =c Z c perintenilency of'one of the Executive Depart- II .' 1ldisborotiti' SciTSiu-'F! Stxusburjjj;
From what we have said it might be infer Columbia Robert Brown.GIVEN' .
Admiralty, and for twenty Ions placedin ments. You will see, by those rumors, that the tec
N. S 4 5 6 6 5
Hamp. 7
red that favorable the Md
we are dividedly to election under hand TalIahiseethi5
it Cabinet is likely to be again disturbed. my at :
Coventry, as were, nnd punished for At
not Mass. 8 14 17 20! 13 12 14
of Judge White. There arc statesmen I would! mention, tbat the l fact of Mr. I< :ly .Xovpmr.er, 1 1SS1.
having captured an American 74 with his little K. Island 1 2 2 2 2 2 4 rlGtfJ GF.O. K WO\LE.[ !t IC
in our of more SYTH having taken the Mansion to he has :
country genius cock boat. At length, when he had Connecticut, 5 7 7 7 6 6 8 which S
though but few of and moro eleva- grown removed his family, for a series ot years, and taken : AUCTION ,\LE.
gray with misfortune, and his family of New York, 6 10 17 27 31 40 42: ge
: ted honor On the score of moral fitness, he children had young New Jersey, 4 5 6 6 (; 6 8 on himself the cost of making expensive repairs 'ViLL be sold ca
to manhood ai
sprung and two would have
up weakened the probability of his CourseIearTaflk
; would command a very wide share of public PennsylvaniaS 13 18 23 26 28. 30 Race
of them become midshipmen in the changing his situation, if we did not know that the ISthot" di, t
navy Sv P.on Tuesday tiiai
homage. We think it somewhat to Delaware, 1 1 1 1 1 1 3
premature .
doubtless with the fixed purpose of wiping off he made this arrangement immediately after he ccmbcr next that
agitate the question of a successor to Gen. the stain one day from their.father's name, the Maryland, 6 8 9 9 9 8 10 ome into office, and also, that there i is no great I !pliratcd nnd full b.oot1! yeHrrs
Virginia 10 19 2-2 23 2-2 2l
Jackson Individuals may be brought forward difficulty in making these house i -< GEN. ANnIWJ : Jt
arrangements one
government relented and gave Capt. Binghamthe N. Carolina, 5 10 12 18 13 13 15 andi.
*vho would command a more earnest, ready, I of the stipulations in a treaty of Cabinet succession. I SON. This horse is so well kn'.wu for speed]
command of the Thetis 0His Carolina 5 6 rv
Frigate. 8 9 9 911 I that it will only! M fen
in :
and ardent from than Judge \White.I I torn the Southern States,
Inview support us heart, though its youthful fires were now extinguished Georgia, 3 2. 4 6 7 9 11 The result of the New York elections has marked, that he has run with fiscal. success ana ne 11.
of the variety nnd magnitude of the and it Vermont, 0 2 4 6 5 5 7 1 lost when in good orrlcr' -11'
was a time general been a race on equal terms
peace a disappointment to the of. 1.ari:1no.1, ,
interests involved in choice the great opponents at : ti
a present fluctuating still for tho when he Kentucky, 0 2 6 10 12 13 15 bas won purses at every successive race
panted moment could the administration. I have beS
never b
state of public opinion. and the thou- Tennessee, 0 0 3 6 9 IS 15 seen stronger Quincy, and Talalussce, aaiiist: orna of: he o
sand redeem his lost rank. Alas, that moment was Ohio, 0 0 0 6 14 19 21 hopes of success than those entertained by that I horses 111 the Umon. During the last yea'A bas tl
,- contingencies probably will oper- never to come Misfortune had doomed himto Louisiana, 0 0 0 0 3 3 5 party before the election, and in proportion ttY< cleared for the proprietors $G 00 above i lr{ ?. b(
; ate even upon individual sentiment, it would the strength of these hopes, has been the besides incv and
extent a
be her victim. The vessel sailed for the Indiana, 0 0 0 0 3 7 9 llio purses won at ol t>
be idle and difficult to assert a fixed predilection. of the disappointment. of them in the He will be if prcviouslYPat '
Pacific to protect the British commerce there. Alabama, 0 0 0 0 S 5 7 Many sold a? above, not | t]
But reduced to a choice be- first moment of dispondency, were; disposed togive private sale.
were 0 0 0 I
His Mississippi 0
two 2 4 uritJ- .
young sons, interesting youths accompanied see ail
all further 'erm.t-Twelve months crcdt with good |
up opposition to Gen JACKSON acd ,
tween Jndgo White and Martin Van Buren, Illinois 0 0 0 0 1
father. It
their was in the harbourof Mr. VAN BUREK but reflection has discounting ei ht per cent. for cash. it
'we hesitate not to avow our preference for the in Peru that he Maine, 0 0 0 0 7 9 10 ; subsequently Nov. 20.-I6tf
Guyaquil, met some of the revived the hope that, although the former must -
former ; entertaining as we do, a most sin- Missouri, 0 0 0 0 1 2 4
Vessels of the American squadron, among oth- ride through triumphantly over all political hostility : For New York.
-- -
Cfiio and prooundconviction that the country ers.the of St. Louia. The the latter defeated. This e
sloop war most intimate Totals may yet probably Lz1lJ
65 105 141 181 240 Capt.will
213 2S8 ,
will!! find no lasting resource for its honor, its and courtly intercourse ensued between can only be done, by an effort to bring the election sail SundtY ,icxt. s
Safety, its in the shifting President into the House of probably \ MILLB.: i iS i1
or prosperity, unoer- tho officers of the respective ships and tho A. EXT *ORDINA Y INCIDENT. Representatixes,

tWo, and candidate.equivocal genius* of tho Albany Regency I I mcrican officers, as wo have heard it rencoun- A gentleman in the neighborhood qf this city BUREN and it is will calculated be defeated.that" in such case., Mr. VAN : SS !MarksNov.24.-l6.lw _______- ;

i ted by th%from their own lips, were charmed in riding across his farm a few days since, was i For New Yoik, a

The other is from tho Western Carolinian, with the polished breeding and gentlemanly suddenly surprised and! alarmed to find his NEAPOLITAN CLAIM?-The following let- THE substantial Bris, st.'Of; EIL' Ldet' 1
of the ablest and influential advocates i
one most
of nullification. deportment of Capt. Bingham. He was horse gradually sinking into the earth.- He ter is from the agent of the American I. N.\lJ, capt. \\'II.S0, For r i htlt C
the beau ideal, to use their own language, of a instantly leaped from the animal, and by so in Paris : passageijiply' ; patch to ft.for LYON the above, ortliecapt.Si. port. Oflb'

INGRATITUDE OF A STATE: naval officer-the very pink of chivalry, bothin doing his own life was providentially saved. "Our last respects were of the 16th ult.Ve ;. Marks_Nov. 29M.t I- :'H. (l6tr.) -". ITO .
Every body knows how much President his person and his manners. Unhappily, The horse continued to sink lower and lower have now the pleasure to announce that we :''" RENT .

Jackson and the state of Teunestee: got in one, beautiful but fatal 1 morning, while the vessels into the earth, until he had descended one hun four days since.received information that the, -- arid, G.rJ

debt to Mr.. Van Buren for bringing the State were at anchor, Cayt Bingham embarked dred and: fifty feet: At this point he became bill we drew upon the Neapolitan Minister of A VALUABLE with other Saw :at

of New York to the support of the General, with one of his sons in a favorite yacht to go wedged between two masses of rock and was Finance was duly honored, and to-day, that it I H,).ISCSy situated for a Mill family, wILh ninety :::fit

After it was stisfactonly ascertained, by Yan, on shore. The tide ran with prodigious force crushed to death. The chasm or fissure we has been integrally paid ; we shall accordingly fresh Land cleared and under pood fenc1fl3

that the General would be elected in spite of and striking the cable of a merchantman, the are told appears to have baen formed, by the in a few days, receive here the amount thereof, terms, apply to David G.R.\Ocy, of Asp Mg h &brtM. |
N. York. boat and the! whole Harris, of duinr.y, or the undersign .
was capsized party imedi- separation of the earth and rock in some convulsion which is fl,383S68." 1
' The General has long since discharged his ately drowned. His body and that of his son I of nature. The width of the fissureat "By tho _first instalment being thus paid ; dcsci in the ibed neighborhood property is JAnal.tgo.'ituitcd near .

p&tt of the obligation, by permitting Van, to were found by the American boats, and buried the surface, we have not "learned, but it was with the gross interest, the principle which had Sl\MUEL B .'VILSO
serve' under him, which Van .ays, i id glory with great pomp. This was not the last of I covered with a thin soil, which commenced giving been before acknowledged is now fully con. Gadsden county, Nov.25, 183.1.-16-6 -r'!

enough. But Tennessee does not seem to this sad story. The Thetis shortly after went i away as soon as the weight of the gent le. firmed. The difference which we in our last McLEMORE has removed to AloDUceP tots>

be as willing to pay her debt of gratUudft. to Rio with a large quantity of specie. Not I man and his horse was added to it.Lexington mentioned that this makes in favor of the claimants DR. professional services are tendecitizens
is smart at a liar- for from thq ehe struck reef and of Jefferson county.
Our western pretty. port oa a the
: [ K/ Obs. I was calculated only at 4 per. cent pet 26th Nov. 1831. 115-2(]


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--I ted aeAWr !At itocsuae time xr SCdaxaos will be equally from the ..
: idfilaent of the duOe ,- '
lLouIrnAlw'jjDAY: open to all the other candidates, and we trust Jurorstand: oiherlocalofficea Of Magistrate and sitions in which the article appears to be placed. I R. H. "" .." -
that and"Fhat
they will have consequent The
liberality enough allow that effect that the performance total sales are 36,760 bags, of'which 14- :. ,
I freedom to the expression of our of those,duties are in 100, are on speculation American SURGEONDENTIST
tA1LUa ."' UI i opinions which they many instances cast namely, 10,000 .
I claim for themselves. fulfil upon persons less qualified to : 3500 Surat, 200 Bahias 100 Pernams, and continue in IN" .
them, is another WILL ""* bat a .hort tim! :
prominent .
DECEMBER 6r be traced cause to which can 300 Egyptians. Exporters have taken 100 Per- bo.e who! may wish to avail thenieves

) At the recent term of the Monticello Court Ben many violations of the law*. If the min nams, and 500 Maranhams, 50 Carthagenas, 10 lila professional tenlcea will find him at'.Abcon'.Hotet of

._.We understand that a large number I a slave of Joseph B. Watts, Esq. was tried forth; ister of the law is not worthy of confidence and respect Surats, and 100 Americans, leaving for the trade. Dee. 6-1834 17-tO

: rlrst, rate horses are in training for the Races over I murder of Tom, a slave of Col. Bellamy. The prisoner disregarded.t. m like degree will the law be contemned, and nearly 22,000 bags, sales 10250. Upland 734 For &l hJI .thictJo -. :

i Course, which will commence on I and the deceased were cousins, and the death do 10 1-4. 10950 Orleans 7 3-4 a lid. 6677 Ala- PLANTBRB
th Tallahassee iAst. The track is in excellent order and wound was inflicted by a knife in a scuffle. The Tbe Grand Jury look forward with a confident bama 7 1-2 a lid. 240 Sea Island 17 1-2 a 22d.' THE Thomas Brown, Esq.,and formerly occupied

the 15tb c'Dl'Irt is expected. ,- prosecution was conducted by Mr. Wescott, U. S. pnde, that at no distant period the superior resources 50 Stained do 12 a 15. Stocks 174,500; do last Mr. Kidder Moore, well known as one at of present the by

much "r Dist. Attorney, and the prisoners defence made of our County and the intelligence and virtue of year 236,000. Prices, Uplands 77-8 a 10 l-4d situations for a Public House now in 'TaUa1.e beSt
a large portion of owr last year 8 1,4 a I Id. Orleans 8 lid last will be offered at Public Sale ,
G. Y. population a the
is till advancing as will be seen by rcfeJflic by Warner, J. M. Scott and R. K. Call will enable us to year OB premises o
() Esqrs.counsel take 8 1-2 Monday the 12th
an equal if not the foremost a lid. January 1835, at 12 o'clock The
extracts from Northern papers. We employed by his master. The stand in the middle
our verdict House is in
to P. good with
was S.
?Tot however, expect that prices much higher than I manslaughter, and the sentence, to receive thirty nine and Counties virtuo.of Florida for. industry, wealth, good order Saturday-Monday and to-dar evening: amount, Oct. 20.to-14,000 The bales saleson venience attached. ordr, a particular every descripSnf 0 y.;

d the present can be maintained for any length of time, lashes. The Grand at a further advance of*l-4d lb. the Property I deemed unnecessary as it i presum o i,
goods shall advance in proportion. recommend that every good citizen LIVERPOOL. any disposed. to a property so i
Cotton OCT'
25.-The rapidly -
deem demand for
U 'CD1esS __ The it his special duty to aid creasing value, will exam.ne it
I in the and
following letter Cotton judge for
from Cot) appre- has been
WHITE was recdI hension and again cxtensive, both from the themselves. '.

' Tnt .Sr1fASSEE.-Stlme weeks since we ta-1 I ved by last mail. It will he seen that he will be laws, -and they bringing to that justice of all violators of the trade and on speculation. Holders in consequence Terms of SaleOe half cash, the balance
had been discovered I prompt at his request application be forthwith have obtained further credit of O a t
before one
the a
tid that a new entrance : f fI post commencement of the made to the Governor of this improvement in prices, ad years, with Interest the '
We have since ecn the gentleman who' Session, notwithstanding the predictions of his of the Territory to demand say 1-4 to 3. 8 on the common to fair, and 1.8 to daj of sk R. J. HUCKjy tom

""de'ibe ir; rirer. The harbour is behind the Cedar ;I ncnt$ here. oppo- Executives of all the adjacent Sates: Moses 1-4 per lb. on-ihe better qualities of American. Tallahasse, Dec. 6 [17-If' Aue ,
survey. Townsend
,. Spencer Townsend, William Saffold and Brazils! fully the previous sales and in N B.- -5 Shares sale
about ten milts to the Southward of the 'V l'-t-: AT SE 15th Nov. 1831. John McDowell support Bal Stok by
1Ut i but is difficult Dear Slr-f jr. who severally stand charged by some instances may be quoted at 1-8 per Ib, high -- RJ.H.
The passage ? narraw, not hope to arrive New _
rn' at York indictments
Pass. in a. few in this Court East Jl .
er. Indies have Plantation
as homicides also
t. of 12 11 days and and who have improved 1-4d per Ib.; Rent.
. Center, ami will admit vessels or draft shall proceed to Washington without de fled from justice. and all other descriptions have in fo

: From this p jut, there is a channel behind the Islands, lay. My wife had returned from Italy to Paris, inlending The Grand Jury present as a public nuisance the participated in the advance. The total some sales degree are I belonging' rent thePtAXTATiox Cant. ,,

tlut or nine feet deep. sufficient fcr steam-boats of I to come, with me to the United States, but state of the Public Roads in many parts of Jefferson 37,000 bags, of which 15,000 are American, 300 Duval, one and: t a half miles John N.P of.

, anvb'irthen.. Opposite to the harbour, on the mainland ''I unfortunately she had there a recurrence of the af- County, and especially: between Monticello and Bai- Brazil, and 900 Surat, are on speculation. 100. T lIaJma.sseefortheensuing year. :

:A 1: rt.I r'- is 8. high bluflMiore: affording an eligible flicting nervou, complaint which has been so distressing ley's | Mills, and the Cross vay on the Osilla and Mnranham for export. Our stock on hand, esti- It contains eight hundred icrcs
Ii There is much good land in the to her lor several mated at 160,000 of excellent land 200
51C( for a town. years; and we were advised they: trust there will not exist at against 250,000, same period are cleared ,
and the branches of the by the uext term any necessity last year. ; ld ther is on the place a comfortS
I:} mediate %vicinity, on upper most eminent physicians, that it would not do for further legal notice. DwellIng! House, a Mill for .*
extends nearly three hundred miles to rross the Atlantic LIVERPOOL, OCT.55.-Cotton has continued I grinding corn by bors'e
the and
at I
}Ii K-trannee, season proposed. I returned -. The Grand Jury presen the want of a decent and in in slut, ever building which is at4
"J nto the! county.; To the South, there is an inland with her to Italy, where she will spend the comfortable Court House in this very good-demand through the last week, and requisite upon necessary
County, as a have
great 37,000 bags been
the the mouth of winter and sold, including 16,000 on D.
coast to M.
u, h1nne1 extending along return in the spring with an American inconvenience which should be remedied. speculative SHEFFIELD,
a river which has much good land on family, yndT whose care she is, and with whom she consider it their They account. Prime are l-4da 3-Sd per Attorney in fact forJno.P.Duval.
l the Amavura duty thus publicly to call the attention lb. higher than on the 17th inst and less December 6h. 1834.-17.4w

'n It
l add to the value of the dubcovery It was unfortunate I Congress, adjourns. of the funds which should have been appropriated Iy firm. The stock is now reduced to 157,009 For Charleston.

:i thttkC piieer who foimrily made the survey, 1 have not had a line from you, nor s"en one of to the erection of such building, and of a bags of which 134,000 are of American decsription : rjlHE substantial SCHOOITEB, i/i/,.

I.itl yss not attended by n competent pilot. His failure your rapers, ex-opt the one sent me by a friend, con- Jail, and if on examination there should appear to ; and it seems very probable that at the end -I-- Capt. Vining, will met with desnatch j
u-cful discovery a, this point we do notn'der 'aining Wvatt's address. of the shall have having the principal part of her
flit w make any : have been negligence or improvidence, to apply the year we : slit! I less in port, as the cargo already engaged i o. \
JOt. detracts ai'V. tiling! from }his merits as an I see that he is seeking pretexts at the instigation, proper corrective. consumption is gob on with unabated rapidity; to the master on board, or r.ebt or passage. apply -

engineer. doubtless, of his ohI friends, who gave him such a They recommend speedy measures for the erectionof and our supplies will most likely be insignificantup JOHN BLAIR' PEACHY, Consignees

I' character to the President, to prove th.t he deserved a Court House and Jail, and as it that to December. We fear that our late accounts St. Marks. Dec. G (17-tf)

linn BroroKD BKMW.V hr.s been elected U. S. it. He knows that the appears will have so far enhanced your prices, as materially --
Tit I insinuation he makes, that I sufficient,funds cannot be raised by taxation at this NOTICE >
State of :North Caro'ina' for six'nitheJthofMarclinext. I to prejudice the next year's trade.
" &nl\.or fu'in abused him to the President, is unfounded.I say he time, they suggest the expediency of an applicationto LIVERPOOL OCT. IS hereby given that I hall apply to the Juflre of

: 'l"e1:'!' : : : 11 is nowconfidenttd I Avoirs it, becau.-&I. sent him copies of my letters to I Congress for aid by an appropriation of land or Current 25.-We hand you Prices the County Court of Hamilton County, six
, f't'dl: 'h a- Gen. Js:::!'ksfm will have a majority I the Prcsi i1ent, vindicating him against the most infamous money. yesterday, by which youill observe weeks after date, for Letten of Administratin on tint
there has been
".ar sof th1 next Conrt'ss.' The Adminismaiority I an extensive demand fir Cotton, Estate of WILLIAM UNDERWOOD, late of said County
in both lh'U' arts imputed to him by Williams, Allen, The Grand Jury consider the 77th Section of the -
principally caused by'speculators, and that American deceased, this the 6th
of December
; in Now V ulr- Governor is 1: ,400. day 1834. :
i.: 'uawn: : Crane and Searcy. It was my effort to do an act of I A'1 of 1832 relating to crimes and misdemeanors, has advanced 1-4d lb. in JAS.DUNCAN.
f rirt -unc J.ickson members ..f Conjjiess; arc clcct- public justice, by insisting on a fair investigation of : r requiring unteer prosecutors in certain cases who During the last two days, however,consequence.the business: Dec. Rth 1831. [1-6J]

.1; rd.an'd tune OrpU ilioll. The result, we believe, his charges, that broight the Governor and I his \Tholeparty I are liable for costs in the ev -u of a failure to sustain has been limited to 5000 hags, and there is very -

'h llbdsarp'Jwtcd both parties. \ on me, and now he claims great merit for avery the prosecution, as injurious; and demoralizing: little inquiry in the market this morning, but, I NOTICEALL ,
.. Il.i feeble defence ic of for in is effects and I prices persons having claims against the Estate of
majle. me vindicating ; as an encouragement to the commission are steady, though here and there a few WILJON
l ;: COL, WHIT.! We have intended for seine tirn'f to him. of those off nces. I lots may be picked up at l-3d lower. We do not are hereby notified to late them of ,Gadden properly County authenticated -,

Ij .I lone1 t! lYpqaem; J"d'cJ t'nce'hich have: been made My difficulties wcr; on his account, and he would WM. R. TAYLOR, Foreman. however, expect the speculators will allow the to the subscriber present, without delay-and persons.

'J, t>. nneo! .tit-candid'to: to the whh expressd: by have been most ungrateful not to have defended me lfInnti'el1o, No,'. 9h ISC: 1. market to remain quiet long, as the reduction of indebted to aid Entitle are requested to mate pay

(.0. While. 10 TC.;. from publi
I) I. K'cn made convict hun of Jefrersin and Madison' will observe by th'- annexed table of stocks that LEVI R. WILSON, Exor. -I
TV 'lI'eljiit !liti; ti' lH'lIn'I I see; he i:, seeking to get an excuse for an act of S"ptior Court. ) ,
I'I :Nov. TERM 1831. we have now near 40,000 less of Cliiincy, Gadsden Co.-Dec. 6 f(17-8)
bags American
. ,,"CUr.111,1 wen diipl!' icily, i in imikingswh avowals unparalleled b.ienesb in p"bhhing private coircspondcnce. --
, H the if elecif1 Ordered on motion, the Dis'ri'-t: Attorney in behalf than xve had at this period last year ; yet as we For
s. '! ; consenting! 0 serve public again I shall defy him--and when! he sees his Ret,
;nsi; 411'the Grand Jury, that the foregoing be filed. believe the trade have at least 40,000 bags, of all al 9
\Vi-.. I h.mliiretyOrc pa . 1 \(... oecai's:
...1'I 111.1runprdwuJ the real state* of the ca"e-that my answers, no to congratulate Clerk for publication.WM. 1 Cotton in the country as there was:: then. I bedrooms and all necessary out buildings, a garden
himself You tell him if choose.
may so, yon $-c., together with small house suitable
- H. MATHEWS, jr. Clk. < a near by for
White hrHrYe
m.d rf-ulleci that Col. declared in
HIi: M.
Your friend, JOS. WHITE. F SOUTH OF SpuN.-The an ofc or private bed room, all of which are at p e-
( v i puul.c ineeJiijg: in Tallahassee, as well as:; at brig Eruigran, Captain I occupied by the subscriber whom
From the Carolina Smith advices via t persons
Gazette Nov. 26. brings Malaga somewhat later
that SK would ct'irinue in the of _
( .r : !! sconce wishing to rent, can apply for terms.
The Rapes ortr the Mariauna Course come oft on CHARLESTON from the South of Spain than accounts
.. MARKET. our yester- SUSAN S. SNELL.
'I. should it. It iso
thfpcupleas long as they require
,'Itun Tuesday: last, the weather was fine and the Course COTTON.=The Upland market throughout the day by the Caledonia, although not so late from 6 r )
,me a'so' that dm 1111:the canvass in 18'Kl: ;, Col Whit'4lepcatcdlv Madrd. Quilcy-Dec. 17-tf
.] well attended.! whole of this week, has again exhibited a very ani- I

I ( li'ica: foMct which hail always been attemlr-d with Purse. $300: money up on each day and no discount. not prove adequate; to the demand. At the close of ; the people in general feeling wcl'l dispose is Note to furwarnall of hand persons from purcha sin;'

auuna-ual decree of bittcrie:>< and personal hostility Jas. J. Pittman, c. h. fd. Mary Doubleday by John business yesterday, little Cotton remained for sale, to assist the government of the Queen, in its exer- I John McMillin for thirty given by the subscriber to

':a17 I1 \va cuiiMderel, in <:ccpicncc. that Col. Harry, dam Dur.gamon, 3 years old, 1 1. but better we supplied."feel assured We that have the mnrket advanced inus* shortly former be tions to subdue the BISCATEN REBELS, a\ they are I 183*. The said Nole ha dolus payable lilanUuy

L r o' VL,** nad: dcolm.d as far as he was concerned. But our called in that section of the ountry. The Cholera : of David Adkins and t
I C. Sprowl's c. h. Veto, by Crusader, dam YoungL quotations from 1 to J cent, which Las been obtained ha paid (the note i said ,
b old friends would not relense him from his fur- 'tcry by Sir Arche, 4 years old. 2, dist. during tic' week on all descriptions. The sales in had nearly disappeared from the ports of Andalusia I I to be lost) by the subscriber. .

aerpk'd! ::;>.;. Th,.y refused both in the Eat and West Robert G. Ricks h. Kirk Patrick Mensr. all have amounted to upwards of 8000 bales, of which and the wine crop was very promising. The com CHAS. C. \Sa. ii -
r. the have munications from Cadiz to Madrid, had suffered no Dee C-1834: F17-4] '.
.vS CK.rr; )lr11'! mnrJ a new candida't' (11' to unite following particulars c >me to our know :
C"w' Tonson, dam Tom Tough, 4 years old, disUTime ledge18: bales: at 14J-116 at 15.-11 at 15j-90 at interruption. The Friars had tried to raise the :!EXRT D. ATKINSON,
ui anIlle Ie'iu'1 1 before the in-
-ope. They 3m. !')'k-1 2 151-8 at 15?-151 at 15J;-332 a' 153-iOGat( 15! | people against the government of the Queen but vs.WII.T.IAM i .:
- 1'-'d tin !lib ledi-eimijg his prom scs unde at n time I The flm heat of this rae was made in the quick- 6S'Cat 1C-418 at 1*! -985 at 1C!!-H> at 165-1---232 having Jailed in their attempts they were victims : G. BcRggss.

tiLenthey s oUt| ported/ hun t'iroigh! good and. through !!; cst time ever mode over the Coarse. It is but justice at 1G3- J-2l: at 1GJ;-178 at 1Ij( -583 at 16J and 968at of tbe'fury of the ultra-liberals: who cejtainly appear THE Defendant is hereby notifed. that toe Plain-

tvirp! ;".::-:. '1'1"I!; mt )liuudreds cf: Ict-I j to say that Veto had been for some time comp'ain- 17 cents. The sales of Long Cottons have like- to be stronger in the southern than in the has filed his Superior Court

' ters v('re writ en! lo ('ol.Vhtc; during last winter t tmors j ins of one of his four legs or his owner would! have wise About been 150 in bales accordance were dsposed: with the of present of which old 4 stock.bales northern provinces.-N.[ Y. Com for the Foreclose county of Leon, and Middle District of Florid -

1loths tficct. What then could he do under these to a Jtforlgcge given by the Defendant to
The heat was -
j started him the 4 ml. day. Maines [new] at 33 cents-6 ordinary Sea Islands he said the following
described Property
crtumstauves as a public man, and as a man of horfT' !I I conteste.1 throughout. 2nd heat Veto fairly letdown at from 35 lo 38-a few bales fine at 40, and the remainder DIED, Real Pbinti\Prs1oal, i to wit:)-Tho Northwest quarterand

.inniJfto oni Exactl}' what he has done-saciifi.-e his prhaienvhev. j and was stopped at the head of the last quarter ,I extra fine at 45 nnd upwards. We quote Early on the morning of the 29th uI U. at hrr rcsi-:; the West halfnfthe Northeast quarter of section

and redeemed his pledge.Vc sec neither I finished the race in a gallop. Uplands, Charleston Classification ferior-in id- l' twcnt.ei ht. The Northeast quarter of section
si Mary Doubleday ( uic at Tallahassee, Mrs. ELIZABETH LOOC'KUl.MAN -
I dung to fair 131 to >-fair to gix-d fair 151 to 1G
nphoty nor m:ou *teucy m this cour:>e, but the 2nd Club 4m. heats, *100. wcntyninTownship one and range one, North and
day. Jo.-ky purse, I good to prime lo'l; to IGi choice,' 17-Sea Islands formerly of Maryland. West, sitnate'I in the of Leon and Territory
.t1)t Tvre. Ja. J. Pin man's ch. h. Frances Marion, by Marion i common to good 35; to -tine 40 to 43-extra fine 44 Can-flattery soothe the dull!! coIJ cnr of death! ?" of Florida. The West county half of the Lot designated on

At B time M'hen it'a< treason hire to questiontUiqfa'jbility : dam Malvina, by Sir Arch)'. 4 years old. gallop-: 45 and upwards. Alas it cannot! but which of us oxerd&ing the lie original pl.m of Tallahassee, as number ninety- 1:1 1:1fivcA :
1"'I51! !
; : of Gin. Jackson. Col. White was de- ped without opposition. common charity of humanityotlJ deny to d-jp.irud female slave named Martha, about fifteen

' tn.l.l'unc':4 a" an adherent of a Federal opposition' tot :3d day. Proprietors Purse $20), mile hrats, 3 in 5 NEW YORK, N'O2:2, J past :3 P. M.We excellence, its mcntrd tril>'.:te ()f adut.ration The rears of age-a female slave named Sahlyabout tir

- :\;mUI"trauo1bccl H..e he opposed certain i nountauiwst. Jas. J. Pifinaa's: ch. ui. Amy Hampton. by Crusa- have this mum-nt received Livirpool dates to waitings of a pcoplo betoken the loss of a statesman, ,-earsofa e-and her child Kitty Ann, two
., the 25th ult. per slip n()' roe. S.'les Cotton were, who has upheld her bv his: cmi'iscls. The Uurel graces years ofnge. CALLVALKER,
and novalsfrom ofice in Floridalnch l-2-l-l -
; dor, dam Gallatin, 4 yis. old ending 21th, 37,005 t'a.es, about 32,000 of which are the tomb of the soldier, u!ho:..e (Mood hIs been shed Tallahassee. 5th Dec 1834.-17eowf4mM
"'j'-jicnt experience in aIm st every instance 1 Ro'n. G. Ricks's b. gl. Em raid, by Semolun, dam American, nt advance of i on the lower qualities. for his country. A n-itmu's: triumphal arches overshadow "

-134. tI ntd: tu l>eliad. but now when no slander is : Sir Archy, 4 yrs. old. 2-1-2-dr. Upland 6 a lOW; Alabama Si a 10. 15,000": American the hero who has achieved her illdcf nc.lcncc. Springwood Academy.R. .

P** find iio calumny is too vile to be circulated a.1 I:1 Time, 1st heat 1m 52s; -1 51; -153. were taken on spe<:ula.ion. Man, in his proud dominion, has monopolized all of ROSE, late of the city of'New York,
. on :1. CllN the I'jcMcleir he is; -ntjun-ed l face remarkable honour and of praise, while the gentler beings of th? I. of the
; as a thoroughJivlviniian I This was a betting both nags: being graduae: Aberdeen University, I
*'jnL ,' : !because hon, one ocoas'on' contradictedajro for speed a !severe: contest was expected. The LIVERPOOL, OCT. 15th, IS34.-Since we addressed softer sex-th&e whose early! this lessons vain have made almost: us Scotland, begs to inform the parents and guardians

e. <.\: fal'l'LCr"l"'n l1 within his personal knowl- !', first heat was won bAm} by 5 feet, the second by you on the llth instant, our Cotton mar- what without we a are-pass notice. away from scene of youth, in the vicinity of Springwood, that he ha5
has been active and have opened the above Accademy, at the residence of
"',Jt and comiee-ed in some degree with a portion third 3 feet afler ket very prices improved She whose decease recoiled might in all
Emerald by 2 feet, the by Amy by l-4d Id. The sales the llth early is SA l'r. PAUKIIILL. Esq. in which he teaches all the
j *J' 1'istons.ituents.' : Without dcvia ing for a mo- j this 'heat Emerald was drawn and Amy gallopped to per on probability, (had her life been prolonged) have been branches of an EngUsh and Classical Education, to
aft, fr 13th and yesterd.iy, have nmnuutcd to 17,500 the mother of a patriot, a hero, a philanthropist fur
!> his
m tirinciplcs or proving} what is right, 'I alone for the 4lh heat. ; a select and limned number of Pupils.II. .
:nd hales, of which about 8,000 have< been taken on the feelings of all these held sway in her bosom. But R's. and Teacher and
disapprov1llg what i js ] of heats. experience success as a ,
wrunjr jn tIJe measures 4th day For a Silver Sett, worth S150,2m. 1
cr- Ihr sleeula tinn. it was /her own fires>ide, that her superiority shone; acquaintance with the most modern
II.;' Gt'\'enl11ll'llt. whoever might l hc President. he C. Sprowl's gr. in. Lady head, by Timule, dam "If we did not expect a much larger import pre-eminent as the fond wIfe-the endearing friend- of imparting instruction, both approved practised in America '
} a
)ari ::,thrnate1y ncurre: from the same men, charges Packoht: yrs. old. 1-IJas. from the United States this year, than we had the agreeable companion : And were it not, that the and Europe, especially the intellectual system,.

J1l CppOs1e'xreine, be -ause he has not \\'ici11a-: J. Piitman's gr. h. Edwin, by Sir Andrew, last, our present prices would l be quite inadequate very baits of our head are all numbered, we might need only be known, to meet due encouragemttft

his Sis) Wvith.thevarvinjrurren' of their own p:1: ;sions. dam G years old. 2-2 to our small and diminished stock, and increased think that: she sleeps with her unborn babe in an B.REGIMENTAL un-. from a discerning public.For .

Atone tune he denounced n'lllifier bcrau Monsr. Ton- and] during the uncertainty which timely :::ravc. further partluar reference may b made fft
ns a R. S. Ritks ch. h. Kirk P.itrirk, by consumption, -.----- _
SE1L! .:_ ttt-Quld 1IOt I) to thc full le"?''J "f thc construction son, dam Tom Tough, 4 years old. :3$-dr. must exist on this subject fir some time, they SAML. PAIKHILL Esq. and J ;
(::1)) L y some to the Proclamation, in giving up a I Time 1st heat 4m.is.. 4. 8. must he considered sufficiently moderate. -Also in Jftw Fori-p-

tbq genet11 high minded but fire had gallop for I OCTOBER IGth.-\\e addressed!: yotLyesterday HEAD QUARTERS, 1 MRS.
on iud bcret pIrty; to Edwin was rough, not having a BETHCNE, 147 Hudson St.
md Her detention enables us to report TALLAHASSEE. 5th November, '3'.. S
'a1lahll the surd, bus JlO\\1 for -oih, h" is a consolida- 1 twelve months. Both heats close, though it wasthought hy this packet. MISS J. DONALDSON, 15 State St.
I w because he t I distanced the field that the sales of to-day are estimated at 4- 7th Regiment of FLORIDA MILITIA, com J. CAMEV, M. D. 26 McDougal St
16hthtd : simply that he is no nulIiCcr, the in. could have THE
says gr. from p
-the white inhabitants the
that 000) hales, of which 1,000 Americans are on speculation of all age C. WALLACE, Broadway.
'la.I... tened'b:1 the dtlc:rllle (If State Rights has l been per- I the first heat. ; the market not quite so brisk but prices of 18 to 45, (except those exempt by law) within the REV. MR. 15 .

"JAn r-asoning from the principles of 5th day, for a Swcepstate of 8100. Entrance free the same as vesteruav.up ." limits of Leon county, will attend its annual Musteron TERMS. .

ind l ot- letrson ft !nd tndj-on. Truly his opjments may I for all ages carrying their weight. Mile heals.I S.-OCTOBER 19.-The annexed price cur- the 2d Saturday of December next, at 10 o'clock, Eng. Reading, - at per quarter

. [he re" clUH-lvesoii their ability make the list but nothing of the A. M. on Monroe-Street, :rallaha equipped as the Do. Do. With Writing, )
to extremes I Amy Hamptcn'a ready to enter rent will give you the particulars past do.
,J nerer !II't : law directs. The Captains commanding! the various Grammar, Geography, &c. J 1 do
er.-He TlJe I I appeared. week's business in Cotton. Yesterday the market Companies this regiment will promptly communicate Ltm.Gree&c: - $7 do. ior j

riairna: tlutl Edito. r has a word to add respecting the rela- Every thing' went ofT well.By the Secry. was again very active, the sales reported being this notice. 18 (17-4] .

Iiet besL in"hj lch hc stands both to- Col. Whi'e! the about G500 bales, and it closed with an improvement Punctual attendance will be expected-being the ..

hc bai oth f afldidates and tlip peple.-On his return from The Grand Jury for Jefferson and Madison' County, of l-3d in American Cottons below first effort to bring the Regiment into the field. Storage Sf Commission Busin ss.

re'"JC5, the Xorth the last year, he found three candidates at Xovember Term, 1834, btg leave to make the following 9d.; speculators have taken 3,000 Americans." SAMUEL PARKHILL.Lt. THE' lubriber will receive COTT K and Goops

thaBS. frt the general presentment. "P. S.-OCTOBER 21...-There was a good deal Colonel 7th Regiment F. M. dispose of Produce on commis- fti
o1 be people among whom it would not have Commissioned Officers of the above sion. His is comparatnrely secure from
o.ed excitement in the;market yesterday,which led lo p. S.-The \VarehoU '
*nlt to have found of The Grand Jujy feel in common with his Honor W. C. MILLER.Fefer i
one capable the fire.
:he I the sale of 9 to 10,000 bales, speculators taking Regiment, will attend a DRILL on Capitol-square, .
urityLt t:'..P60vruh honesty and al>ility. In the first the Judge, as expressed in the charge at the openingof Americans the ordinary to the fair qualities Tallahassee, at 10 A. M. on the 2d Friday in December I t* .

tTet Britten bv him, after his return, he expressed the Session of this County, (and they mist all to 4,000:of which. are again, up l-8d. The market next-being the day pioceding Regimental muster Mr. WM.GAUSDEN MAKER, Tallahnaeee Jefferson I
Col. JAS.
,1.\, at t Col, 'hite's wish to withdraw, and his good citizens have the same feelings) the deepest regret with a good demand." above named. i or
- ""ii: that' this morning opens S. P. Lt.Col.7thfleg. M Messrs. tf Charest
the I would to lose his and mortification for the multiplied instances of : sales ths about
1t"It people not consent "OCTO BE 18.-The day 7,000 St. Marks, Nov. 9. 183-]56w .
at a time when than that have occurred since last Term -
Florida would more flagrant causes bales, half on speculation. R. WELLFORD,
-J,| For New York 1 !
u *JU'r' n the floor of Congress a delegate pos- within'our jurisdiction. It becomes every virtuous OCTOBER 20.The sales this day are 8,000- C. WILLIAMS, i
5 txper'l'ne.as the of those violations J full Constitution- BETTON. f Esauires. Brig ARATHUSA, BRIGHT, bai jll i
LEB.osrd.. well as talents. The result! citizen to enquire into causes half on speculation at prices. T. R.

tiS! Our prediction, and la&t winter when indi- of the law, and to exert every effort for the extirpation! alist. RO. J.: HACKLEY, J part of her cargo engaged For balance-will have immediate
- t.dua,1 *ere the correctives OCT. J7.-The firm manner in will please hold an ELECTION at the office of desptch. freight,
from most parts of the Territory, of those causes, and to apply proper LIVERPOOL, YOU second 200 or
old fried* would not liston to his withdrawal, for the preventation in future of'occurrences so I which the market closed on Saturday last pave J. Hackley, Esq. Tallahassee, on the Mus- say applay to pss at St. Marka-Nov.29 acmmoations. r,1
:IIAN- 'istd' at band on Mon Saturday in December next, being Regimental
of demand being
on their right to claim his services while calculated to injure the reputation of our society indication a law for
\h c tt- greatly almost with ter day, within the usual hours prescribed by INDIAN AFFAIRS.
Yhuuid burst out ,
.1ZhtOr ( he teq:1 fed. We have not aimed to I retard the settlement of-the country by good day it did accordingly; sold that the majority in the 7th Regiment of Florida Militia, War Department ba to roe the

Ve anf one (m this or any other subject. Had I citizens, embitter the peace of the community, and L and not less than 10,000 bags were on to fill the vacancy occasioned by the removal of Maj. THE of investigating entrs cs againsttb.Seminoles .

to ttWhite L.. t been allowed by his friends, to withdraw, endanger the security of property and life.In looking- day.Since demand has somewhat moderated B. H. Duval from the Territory. for slaves and othr property alfedged to
that time the PARKHILL
SAM'L. have been them and for the of
- determjnj crime believe it can be traf ed in stoleaby payment
''it\! *** take no part in the canvass''I to the causes we but it has been uniformly active, and so Lieut. Colonel 7th RtgmentF.M. which seven dollars have been appropriated.**
i *\' of spirit which L thoud
e the violence ,
d Gritt 4aoftb studiously avoided a premature agitaSubject some degree to continues up to this mom ( t. The speculative 5th November, 1834.17FRESH Claimants are requested t subt their claims established '

venidt e in hopes that those angry feel. has heretofore prevailed amongst us. The aid and I buying is also: kept up with spirit to the closing by eidlc aa I desire to ,

\.cret J Dould die away when the excitement of politi"p0 -, shield which the violationw of the laws sometimes hour of this day. Under these circumstances GROCERIES.The close the jnvet ton and Report t the Departmetmtbythe '

;, To* should cease, and allow the wounds inhcal .. receives, and in most cases, confidently expects from I prices are less changed than might have been expected subscriber has just received and offers 25th of ensuing, at furthest. Pc

:;'Jaincl ',; society .-w In this we have not beer I political friends, on party grounds, is an encourage the advance being not more than 1-4d BBLS. Flour, age must be WILEY paid on TUOMPSONU.S.Iod.Ag't.Seminole all enclosures to me by .

'C aWVC and the friends of the decencies and cou.r.iarirtZi '. ment to crime which has a most demoralizing and per Ib. 30 10 do. Buck-Wheat Agency,29th Oct. 1834. [l6-3wl
! or '" As in a who evince the steadiest confidence 1
| e nay congratulate themselves hat herevlmt dangerous Influence. some measure prevention Those large holders
believe the less frequent L the late depression have met and 8 do. Water-Crackers, STORAGE.
the Jury during
may he politicaUt without being perPposod. of this,
ON., t. '
As stand the r recurrence of elections, and makeing them all foi supplied this demand with the gteatest fairness 25 boxes Raisins, h la and t Wao
matters propel
now THE
Editor Col_ various and different, County, and Territoria'L I and moderation. And when the great reduction. 20 do. Cheese, fo the oQ' COTTOH.,
1tcel' .fob:1Je: tb Pursue is manifest. the 1 delegates, held at the tame time. of stock is taken, into accouut-the prospect of With' an assortment of all kinds of Groceries for Cotton shipped t any port in the United, free front
and ot p
L.w tb 'ileric4 to the people' by his talents i and i officers Grand a1sc probable t immediate sypply and great uncertainty sale at the lowest cash prices.GEO. an charges for
effect. The Jury :)
,of *sefal services. lIe has our prefferll'oui would have a salutary for the future.-It is not surprising that speculators H. LINDENBERGER. lih'DW ARD SEIXAS,.

t.and being his partisan, the Edit r.WiI I believe the holding back of aanyof the most intelligent should be quite alive to all the uncertain po- December 6.-l7tf Magnolia, F NOI.&i

lieu of his abilities, defend Juffl from onmcri and respectable, aid yirtuous of our 1citiJq1 .

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nOw AND'S TONIC MIXTURECASTOR FKESH' DRUGS 'WlWES,. A Farm F For- 'Sale. I i --11I' _tintJO. 't It s f,P*" ." ,- !

Instruments a'I "TOE subsCriber not bavmn leisure to devote ERR TURGES'Jllat -'

I1IrI- LawJ partnership formerly existing between OIL, Q17L/Y7JVE/ Surgical yc.ol fresh to it, wish s to sell his FARM, !lying !. Snipping Cotton-they| will &f : :

; .L J ohl P. Booth'find J tunes D. Westcott Jr. hath Also the celebrated RED LiuiMMxr for R1eumaI HAVE just received ,a full supply i orth and East of Tallahassee containing entrusted to their cure for s'7aJa6'l -

,;; ieen dissolved by tism, &, S 50 cts. Drugs, MMicines and Chemicals. Pure 400 acres of Land,
March, 1834/ agreenct."J LxL's CAUHNATITE BALSAM," an excellent Medicine PORT, MADEIRA & MUSCJTELLE WWE, I good fence, and in good heart. The woodland is oak purchase at eitlver their Stores i in Tl1n" 1IIJ e

t -f in cohc,4 bowel complaints, &c. 50 cts. bottle. in bottles, imported specially for the use of the and hickory, with some hammock. There is a good Hark-* Oct. 4ih is'kourt

CARD. "Dr.StoosK INFANT DROPS" for bowelcomplainta 0 sick. Weigand & SnowderTs supenor AMPUTATING ;. Gin ard Scr w.or. the premises, and all necessary Out ,

f II'.luIU I). WBSTCOTT JmnoR decliiwd a continuance In children, 25 cts. bottle. TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECTING Houses. Also, a few-Mules! the stock Cattle, Hoes, NOTICE.-At the next session .f
I'. "the office of Secretary o Florida,and accepted the Comrni ion Dr. WEAVER'S EYE SALVE 4- EYE ] 25 cts each. and POCKET INSTRUMENTS in and Sheep ; a supply of Corn and Fodder, and all the C of Leon County 1 shall apply for OI .the" J& 11
that lie migM .cases.
& of U. 8 Attorney for the Middle District,chiefly WATER of ,
) Plantation Tools- acconn s as administrator
devote bit time etcltuirely and ..rf*itti"g Ij to the practue of STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and my of JameS ."'"
the Law; and he inforn hU friends in Florida and elsewhere.. Do. Itch Ointment, 37 per box. Tubes &c. TER One-third cash, the balance in one and two at wh&eute ich l MPVf* my accounts and vouchers wnvS ,'
Cases and Muse
..1'"th&t aU baainets entrusted' to him in Ute Court of Appeal, in Do. Worm Tea & Salve, 25 .. each. Lancet ears. Apply to J. H. Randolph, li. J. HaekTcy, or for settlement.! '.
from the y "
,. 'any of the Court of the Middle District, or in the SuperiorCourts Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts. bottle. An assortment of DRIED HERBS the subscriber TIIOS. E. RANDOLPH.Nov. HF.. Snl -
f. of Jackson and Franklin CounlhIn West Florida, or Balm! Catnep 10NS AL" ,
Shakers which Lemon :
-ALSO- are Sept th. 1831.-t.-3m .
of Deeatur and Thomas Coullt e!, Georgia, will receive theInod among 1st, 1834. ((12tf) !
punctual and aaciduous attention. TOE ROACH & Ben-Boo BANE," which offers an Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, Th

TaUahaaaee, May 14, 1834. .__ effectual means of clearing houses, &c. of Roaches and Thyme, Cellery, Sic. Bargains Bargains lots of Bargains I4wI11c

DISTRICT OF MIODLE FLORIDA. Bed-Bugs': tiMfc JUICE and LEMON SYRUP. Gertrude from Baltimore .
Boilers Thermometers received brig ,
/ per
Sacherometers Sugar
Hydrometers, IXDIA CURUY. JUST
SPICES of kind-Genuine
: In the Superior Court. with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS, every and Per- for sale low for cash, a general assortment J -

JASE.S M. REYNoLDs, 1 In Assumpsit &c. just received by E. B. PERKINS,. English, French, and Prentis's Soaps of GROCERIES, consisting of
D'lUISL fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- Fresh Fbur this year's )
versus > Oct. 4, 1834. [8.6m] crop .
STIPHEN BAROX. ) Attachment. NOT ICE.ALL nard & Noye's celebrated INK and INK POWDER- Bacon and Sides, New Orleans Sugar,

., NOTICE is hereby given in, that the above process stated flf Attach-cause, persons are heieby notified, that the under THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS E. B., &c.PERKINS. Pickled Herring, Rice, Soap, Liquors, tVc IIIII rO.r ..
been issued
and made returnable to the next Term of said CourUThe Administratrix Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48tf( ]
notified pf the county of Leon, decease', intends at the next October, 1831. [Sif ] I ,-
concerned are _
Defendant and all others
of said ----- --
Spring [March] Term of the Cpunty Court QIX months from from date, I will present my
of the same, and arc' hereby required to appear and the In the County Court of Leon County Florida.
with the County, to settle the account of her administration, vouchers for a settlement, and shall apply to
':, q l' plead to tho declaration filed, in accordance and procure her dismission and discharge as such. Hon. County Court of Jackson county, for Letters EDWARD LOOCKERMAN }

Statute In such case made JAMES and provided.A. BERTHELOT. Sept. 15, 1834. (Ctf] MARY JOHNSON, Adm'x. of Dismission as Administrator of the estate of DA* ID vs. > Assumpsit. ,

ROWELL, late of said I county deceased. EDWARD BARNWELL, )
Tallahassee- 28th October, 1834. (12tf) ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIC.E.AT JNO. M. C. lOWELL, Adm'r. an J all others concerned herein, 'r.

.r Tax Collector's Sale. the next January term of the County Court. 24th June, 1834. f47-Gml TBEdefenUent an ATTACHMENT been sued .. .4IN C
the of Gadsden the subscriber will Office of said] Court and r ) I. er
County out of the of the Clerk the -h.\11a a,' .
ON the thud Saturday in UccembernextI House door vill 111 thetown of- present his vouchers, &c. to the said Court for settlement M8- LOOK AT THIS4E! they are required to appear and plc, 'l to the decl:'ra- effected on iht nl' ''.').L!., '}"F11H'.. ., __
for sale before the Flo. so nuch of and thereupon pray to be discharged from the tion conformably with the statute.EDWARD action to the Subscriber, ..-, r t If the.anceconipany ;!TI o.n 1'1j.
Jackson ,
of Marianna county
Administratorship of the estate of Edmund Gilchnst Ct D In-
CHANDLER, r Hartfcid I' .
The section of LAND known as thc Isortlwes'f.mrth New Store Monroe-si. C.nnectjtit. [II,
quarter June 27 1831. 6m- JAS. ?GILCHRiST. "fer.
((47- I
of section No. 15 township No. 5, ran e o. Oct. 18tK 1834.-[fawSm For IMnintiflT.: plication 1 la.h't.M value o: lr., a.
of Eizu S J\'ext door to R. J. Hackley's Auction Slorc. :>tat,'d, and satisfetnry ,-vidctfcej prof.crt! 1
the amount
11 as will be sufficient to satisfy ADMINISTRATOR'S rllrni'lhct] r )
Lathrop's taxes for the year 1834. The above \land T the next January term of the County G :n. fl. LINDKNBERGER gives nr.tirc. lira NOTICE. rcitn-ss ot the renrtsfntili.n! and the 'rJOdeeor

lying and being near the waters of Clupola, and .Court for the County of Gadsden, I will( present lie has received per schooner Criterion of I n.'.Ui i S IX months after date, I will apply to the 'nora- chu'\ctcl'of Lime apptctht. Thes/.lreiirt f rt.h e Jt
'ind its
S funded by the lands of James F. Wachab and the &C. the said Court for settlement more, a general and complete nssortmrnt GOODS, blc Judge of the County Court of Gadrt'.n county I fairncbbaiul puncti.aluy fI\y bcconde'' or
vouchers to
lauls of the estate William A. Jackson dec'd. and I. my from consisting of Dry Goods, E-lardwareChna and GlassWare for a discharge from the Administratorship of the lie: on. I!:. B. iJRK' ." di'ihimhnssee.
claimed by Elizur Lathrop. ((6.3)) ; and thereupon, pray to be discharged Shoes, Hats, Groceries and Provisions &c. estate of Sarah Mashbo'n, deceased. ; '..,. 1.31. .
I the Administratoiship of the estate of THOMAS s. I ccl great confidence in inviting the attention of the JOSHUA StlRPID.. :tC -

N the third ALSO in March next, will be offered ItEm, late of said county, deceased. citizens and country in gr-neralto this} establishment, Gadsden county, Ju!! 24, I 153: !. 46-)ri] 4. i. ''I'J! ;:1NLGSO .) tu tJ'C.1rc.\ .III-a---
Monday -.I :.hII .
O scctio of JOSEPH McBRIDE. as I am determined to make every exertion to supply : 'y \ic} tl.r free, treno
for sale quarter t ,
J AND known the, Northwest so quarter of section No. July 10th! 1834. [48-tf.]_. all who may favour me with their custom with first rate PLANTERS' HQTE1C I p.lr.r I .1m' l'ITct ; ;mtv ca:: ',n'msclresWilr
as J..nc JI'hu JOhll'OIl .
such ; d
and !
articles at
will be prices as cannot to give perfect Cntt.pcr
2 10, N. and W. as C1.1n1bt
sufficient, township..aIy No. 4.the ratvr-amount of Carter Grantland & ,% .l satisfaction to all who have reasonable expectations rffl HE subscriber ha' ukcn Uie Pn.vrt.u;,' !S -.1., they arc, .bttween 20 and :!O years 1If:1..C. IJ-

Co'a. -xes to for the year 1833 and 1834-The s\mc < ---- 5- Tallahassee, Au!. 9, 1834. r f52tf] B- and takes this opportunity of intor.n.--; ft'.f: .iu ccmp.XI II-J.I.Sbl lt 5 leer t; inches"rycb.t hi'I' tr:
and the public that Ins HOUSE will he oneii for their reception JllIiSlll is about 5 tert 4 indies t'
and the of and bounded =hI
being lying on waters Chipola, COMMISSION ) STORAGE BUSINESS. aSa
by the lands of Amos J. Baltic ind John Davis, and subscriber having purchased the Lot and on the 1st of March 1831. tveeiihiscyChambers :s aiv.IeiWstimi (t': hiU'r CI
THE 2Stf KIDDAR M. MOORE.A made : They arc ull like'v--rf. -
claimed by said Carter Grantknd Co. lately occupied A. Crane, si
Esij.ten.crs ic':.dcd on the Eastern coast of : Lf5} ,
TIIOS. M. WHITE, d his services in selling-.forwarlirog, and storing ol iii I.. .i s..r..l III| 10\t. The u* m An"' .. I
.l4 ner
Tax Collector for Jackson County. rr.1'.mL, to
Cotton and Goods. His Wnrehoiie on the same lotwill I waul cme fr If

Marianna, 14th Sept. ISM. [G-GntJ] SALES.-The subscriber having loca- be completed about the 1 l."ith September, v.id from I a'j., prove j.ropcrty, Ln8 pay: ftxpe,',s-s. aitriK I iller

Pi7WJXqL.q\DFOJ1S'ILE. AUCTION in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general its location, found to he comparatively S(:( lIre froifire. Shc.-lilofM H\Cr.E'. )

commission business,regular sale days,Tuesdayand Liberal advances made on Co'tr.roaitil'itl.! | : KeyV..''*., June 13, I-4. .r.rn u:1ty r n'J.
T'HE unJcrsigned: having purchased of General Saturday. 'V. C. MILLER. t jK-r-j. !

F'avttc. ihciOTViiihiiiof l\nd in Floridagran, He will also attend to administrator and othersalcsin August, 23d, 1S31. ((2-lf.) -- -

ted to him by the Congr.-ss of the United States, ffe.the i the county. ROBERT J. I1ACKLEY. n.ftJ tIIce- 1RiANTEfrS. -

same for fae. March 23d 1833. 33tf WM! M i \SER. Esq. Tallahassee, and .
This land is situated in the immediate nci hbour- N. B. Instruments of writing executed wit neatness !\Ie-sr "IIbOI.M and TAIlOR, Charl( ,rr'n. -- --- -.

hood of Tallahassee, and is bc'icvcd, for fertility of and despatch, I bv R. J. I1ACKLEY.YSPRPSIA 'r
Boil, and local ad vanta;.-s, to be more valuable than NOTICE. I. F1i,; E : .

tiny other land in the trnitory.The B AND J IVER-CO.MPLAINJV- ALL persons conr.crnr.dvill take notice, that a .5

Southwestern rurt of the township adjoins the Dr. J. P. PETERS, Professor of Physiclcgica'! Msdicine has this day been filed in. the office of ,-i: ..: -r' Iir
City of Tcllahassee, fr t n which point to the shipping who, for several years, has devoted his entire the Clerk of the Superior Court of Leon coun'y, forthe ;-
port. f St. Marks, a distance of about twenty miles, attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate diseases substitution of a Trustee in the place of the heirs FULL supply of L Jref :mj.cnor garden,

"a rail road is in contel li'latiol1 to be made, in a short has succeeded, hy chemical nnaly-is and synthesis and administratrix of the late John Y Garcy to execute herb and flower seeds just rtci-i\f.| and waricnted 1lJIADE

time. in forming a combination from several proximate trust declared by the late Thomas Heir, by fresh ; by 12.B. PERKINS.

The navigation or 1 lte! St. Marks 1'1\'CdH1S been rr- vegetable principles, to which he has given the deed bearing date 7th September 1830 to secure the October 2 9 ih. 1 tf.IlOVl1ND'S aHd oId \ 1t1dL:11Pttli1Re.: !. .
within six miles of theSoutheastern name Mcdicinx Stomachics* ct Hcpaticas which has of a debt due to "B -
rently proved, to a point ; payment lIon <$ Emory. Frederick county. ji.:. KT C Ilentiti ht
part of the township, which will afford proved far morc efficient than: any remedy heretofore EDWARD CHANDLER, icornpd, in the Palenlith Dr J tJli\IrI1.> en'

navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of discotcred, in curing those distressing maladies ofmind Aug. 13, 1 SI: 1. [[I-cowtfj for I'ctiiija'crs.CONSUMPTIO1N. TIlt abo\e Ointmcrt is IIff"cII l t-> lie puie35.!;

produce. and body, which are jfcncrally! comprc.iende; un TONIC 311 X T [J H E. "ale nn.J certain remedy for '& -e li, .i:11t ,lisi ,
S This land will be .ld! suit those wish- dCl.the sweeping terms DYSPEPSIA and Li> ER-UuM
s parcels to some of which h.-\i' si* l jii-.ailJe! : ,ttlic; ?KUl of ocdiescience. ta
ing to purchase, on a credit from five to eight years 1'I.\NTs-ft is likewise an almost certain cure for enlargement A FULL supply of i iis valuable medicine is just Jo

: Ilt reasonable pricesthose wishing to purchase will of the SPLEEN. CURED. received. I shall :licreafier have it constantly onhand. : l \Vhf-: ;- Swellig4nf p\cry cfc cnpion.* Tl

make application t.o cither of the undersigned Among the symptoms of Dysnepsiaand Liver-corn- DE LA MONTERAT'S COI.UMBIAN'VEQETADLESPPCIFIC. : 2d Sore Lpp and Uicrrx..f Inn, .lI-rI1itq.]

WILLIAM B. NU rT ALL, plaints, arc flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach IT I; \Vu.r.ASTr.D TO BE A SAFE AKD I FFT.CTUALUF.MEU1 :"d i Schi:rir Glandulairi'ninoar I << partJcnlantjimrhnrd ; '

HECTOR !IItA DEN, melancholy, irritability, disagreeable tastc in thE FOR FE> CR AND AGUE, IF TAK'ES AGH.F.\.I.E nad! tmroarain i ".-(:rT, H.o(';casts wbickufie
WILLIAM P. HRAIG. mouth; great irregularity of appetite, which is some- IS the most valuable remedy yetdiscovercd for TO TilE DIRECTIONS. Reports having I bCCII ,'ir. ulated t'ttw fprniinite in uVprnt' ca scfr.

Tallahassee, November 23d 1833. 1 tur timou voracious and at other times cremly defiucnt : cure of Coughs, Colds, Consumption, .1.tlf.maSpitliJlg that this mixturu contains arsenic, I am diie.-te-.J! In; .Ills VI '
:rJ2'The Sawn.',ih Georgian: Charleston Mercury\ thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach of Blood, and all diseases of the Breast aim Li the Pioprietor to say that these repons are vttcrly falieand (tran)II"rts. 'f or f'r.\ !i.;t Ii.PcrTF.tIoD.it OR! :'* r'lpr., ;now bribe nxsi

JSugasta Cfastitul'otilist! Southern Recorder, Milled e- and-cructations, palpitation, diowMiiesss, i-Ycgularity Lnngt. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. It I am also autl.rris to ofier a Rncard ol '10-,, : th i ::!H'urn"t: J".ti.,.If !lipj'J.t

-viUe,Ueor ia; Richmond Thiquircr,an<1 Star, Raleigh I of f the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals com pises the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the "00, Dollars to any (lIlt' who WIll prove the e\t:ie','crof (;lit: Spr.iits o.-.d: Jirjiscsof or'Iitever

t(. C.; will publili the nbove! for eight weeks and forward pain in the bend, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of Limn A, repairs the A pp tite,improves the Spirits; etc:, the least particif (.f -,'scnirlcrcmy, Antimomi. .. sitrj'ite.Ttfi ; eveiy description-

their -vccounts to this office. !mind, attended with tne loss of memory, a gnawin; Bill of Directinns accompanying each bottle of the or" any other poisinous in',. ( .'ienl in it. 4 : Tellers palt It:" .11!' !hinds. Li the

i in the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection of r Specific, pointing out i in a most conspicuous mannc In order to prc\int iIp: "I !\n from countcrft its. n,,", ..II:1t. ire thiscompijint I .
"COMMISSION tli' inini'
HOUSE ANT BITS!- sight and hearing and weakness all the in their differeri of '! apphic ) "at niutotlof kce thep.
WARE pain in the lack symptoms stages the disease pPrsons except authoti 01 ,t:mts w ill I'fiirnisricil :>y '
.. PAL \CI1ICOL, ELOillDA l languor, disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands, tremor and particular dircctionsrespmingthe treatment, while [I the Pcopriclnr with tl-: nrvtmc to R-l! a ain. I IRouaiid a'.1 0 W1 fr- ,
The subscribers bavin associated themselvestoccllicruruler ; 8th Chii!>iains, or p-rf!i afl< tPJ! hy fro"t.
? uneasiness in the throat caugh pain in the side using it, together with well t\uthClIiicatc .S.Jh. :' .. '
01 many Certi L- I : .: :::,rf'r ... : ::t1',1 aa. CU: !'" ; : It i--
the s'ilc and filln of FORD &HARDIN., breast k'*. ficates of as.a.: : : >ii cures, etc. I I" that (except n -., :I Ilot SolId I i f. ".1k-. Crrlct.not : : .iO... 'lr '
purpose transact in? a Gnieral WJ1RE HOUSE sat The above maladiei lead In of the I : ;iiCo.; ;C3thr rt ': ; :- fire cctiai y
to affections -
and '
organic of th consequence great increasing domano bottle has J ba Cc
single !
llavinrnad a n 'j will > s';!:', 01- s.d! !i\ IHj'ttW
COMMISSION Bus ines' Jlpalachicola. stomach, liver, and heart, terminating in Dropsy Consumption for this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the I him, to in Mi'iiiiFlori.l.i! ier
any person 1
suitable with several vessels foi I f'X"'j" to 1.W : For : >\\'o"n'
arrangements &c. dimatd price to 75 cents bottle Hrrl1. nd fLidmt1i
Apoplexy the
according to hab I
per ,thereby enabling it to eons: If -Arsenic been discoetred in the
the direct transportation of Cotton, &c. cither to New within I & any mixture f(>?'lf 'wt'\in i t -upcrivr t.-) -jrii! :, iuuwn
its, ltgc, ex, and trmpernnnut of the patient. the reach of all persons. I Roieand's it must have be'Zl: ire : ;" 1) rrt. y.t : Be
York or New Orleans ; and hnin: ; facilities at al Prepared J. P. I'ETKIIS, M. D., Milledgcville Dr. CIlAr uN' Anil-Dyspeptic Pills. I tations. All, tI1'r.-t-e swr oj iah"\h sjnmotni- i !b. I..tI..I: !tCttV.nj 1t1 m.K.h; >afcr! tiaiHr.rcir.Lofinv I tier
times within their power to make reasonable advances Inventor and sole j persons w KIK t pr-'f-atti'if if f tll1tt| o>;'rriaJ,! Ijpcans hixj
These be
their and ( Pills have been successfully used by thousands I. i Tonic Mixture-should t l.t. cnuMoi.snf wh"mn; I r ,!
upon prodr.cc consigned to care management; }J'- nl' .iv tut p H.r; ii.iMi! ;o injury from eJoJe
they would respectfully tender their services and so certificates might be ad who can testify to their superior efficacy (over chase it: 3Iy laud Ai"!! ben: ev ry bottle,:.J !h ,- n't"- I col.'.

licit a liberal patronage in the above line of business duccd rclatitu to extraordinary cures pcrformcc many other remedies now in use) for the cure! of Dyspepsia E: B: PERKINS .Solo Aut (for JlidUle T'Itd.:: .t. Em; '};1ent I.:, ," :r..:''l\r I.f 11t'l laD for
by i:ing these iMcdicir.es but the in all l JCa.-s In!
T ; following arc though thelrcomphcatod forms they strength Nov23iI .
their and inditidual! attention al tytr .
pledging personal to 151' \ii'i !' :r. p.tut'siMc "r ipvpnid' iir io litilitj
sufficient to satisfy the min of the rn'Jst to the debilitated
business consigned to them, either for sale or other s tilceptical: organs of digestion, repair theoppr- -- -- a,'.tl.r.i)1',:, in : ; :b' Lone feccmie
From Dr. Junes Ewe! Author of the Medical Companion ttll ,remons nausea and sickness of the stomach ha STORAGE S fORAGE STOIL\GE .. V-zcCrJ'3.e..t[ JUt'I
: .
wise.Their bitual cnttivenrss I rtI s or r-> -t: -AMIS '!j -J. c-icrts* cfii8cari!: | tor
Ware Houses and Close Stores are undergoing or Family Physician. and other head-ach;, palpitation of the heart, FN addition to llis old \varc-lt lC: tl1l- !HT".i-'! hip i;' aitity: ..f I'. ;i Ii 5c.ar; 'v remavctheiVnvx. t
a thorough repair will be large and commodious NF.IV-ORLKANTS, Dec. 20th 1831. many ncrvou* all diolls. They contain no _.I I .' ;
subscriber! has, rcccnilyjrer ted eT!rli. :ifd'! "'otin i pain.Itur .
situated in a desirable of the town and To whom it may COlcfrll.-This is to that Mrrcnry, nor do thcv sicken the stomach, they are a a r C'i"u1.111,1 j l s'V .
part as exempt certify ]J I mild and safe cathartic rig 80 by 23 feet, forrcccivihg cotton and eoodTIMOTHVMCAUY,. vrt r'i-TjH \Vi"tJow> on anapp!]
from the dangers o** fire as any other house, of i a have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's .,cdicilaQ : there is no restriction in dietor .'cal io', oI f ?vijuuis.! .

imilarcharacter, on the Point Stomachicr et llepnticcc in a number of very obstinate r Bill drink nf directions or exposure till to vtt or cold while using .hem. St. Marks, December 27th 1 S3{ \ ." f [{.iictiiinusih-: \\ :'i.-h; fii\e!tr..:!iC- I-lt ta becu
|9t -
WM. P. FORD, (late of Ausrustn;Ga.) Dyspeptic and Liver-atlcclions, uf long standing,like which will accompany each box of Pills"' I __S a systematic: disorder. ieqnirrs ',-l-i >..'.. .,ake:11t

EDWD. J. H All DIN, (Apalachicola.) w JSP in several I cases f the I enlargements of tho plecn ; Fon the fully well explain knoun their effects. :. ? 'fvICiIXTPIE.- w.irdly to renun e them tfi"'IBut! in niPstcoffflXl
and its alF-cts were truly astonishing. I have reputation of tnese Pills for .j ROAND' 1
REFERENCES.-Stncart S Fontaine Smith no hesitation : t'ns '!
faseshyap .1yi.J2 Oif'mut !
l tivuiy the proprietor BOYD a :puii!'-' r :UI'I I t-.s-.ii": : ; ; tiirnj''v3: dll'CClaJ
Morgan, J. S. Calhoun, M.' IV. Pnry, 4Co.. 7' ff JJEtttnt \ in declaring it the mot valuable! : )preparation drrms) years it to give(p. Philade-lphia,) cure for the Fever and \:i>t-. .!-': i .tli": it \\i'l' ZiVH t"l'liefd ev'i :n old! people, aJ
Co. If hit tick Greenwood Co. for those distressing ailments that has ever come with nnncressury any further detail of wholesale and raip hate It' ; easel
$ 4- ,-Columbia them. A fresh supply has been retail bv FLIT 'il-'R !* been oJ": loiijjpr standing. \\U ht
Knreland' Jas. Hamilton Son John : in my knowledge. JAMES EWELL \. D. received, and for sale & WESTCOTT ;
Began Sf 4. RPitlfin. "v appointment 'by R. B. ttvgg/, Jppalick- ;) 'ivi. 24.1
-New-York. Wilkes County. Gro. Jan. 1831. Tallahassee.. Nov ?3d 5 cola, Flvnda I ITo se.a captains and rnawlsibisoirtiai* ]
;- E. W. Jingart JJ- l1ru t1uJrlI.-N. Orleans. The undersigned can boar 15tf -. 11 'DUst bf it ''M'* 3d
Grf&ory, testimony to the superior] ---- hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and n ry"luallt in wii.tf r on oar cot
IstJOin Sf Learcns, T. II' McCoy.-Mobile. efficacy of Dr. Tcter's Medicinal Stomachicm ct Hopatcne Sal C Shi *as&ig; Bile Rope and Tuine. I- ( !}agents for the! tale of-Row- I ver* cerfni'i in IIi ':lict8on ( hiiMa.'isoroaitSd: !' (

Aue. 17, 1833, ItfDOCTOR'S in the cure of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints: KERR 3c STURGES OFFER \111 l's Tonic Mixture" ii> the J Territory with frost it likewise pros 'Ye- in'juaiities 10 alIci ]

WILLIS & RANDOLPH 5 have as from personal experience. WM. G. JOHNSON. FOR SALE, lofFloriihi, Eastern part of Alabanr,. i '[ mat'-s. 4ll

in the practice of mcdicin Dr. P's Mcdicinrc Sto)nachicrp Ilcpatise are put lip GOID order SACKS Liverpool l Ground Salt, i ill Western |.irt of Georgia ; who are ible to furniM'i I .\ largo tnii,; ti-"liijoi\ proving, the raloe! oftl"most (

and offer their professional services to the public. Of: in parcels "-II full directions for using. From one ; the said medicines; to all who miy apply to tlimi n' : excellent medicfiiG wil! hhewn to those '* ]

$between the Planter's Hotel and I ambcrt's. 22 to three (iarts will be necessary to complete a cure. I 50 pieces 42 inch Dundee Ban-aiiit, ; as favourable terms as they can obtain from the ..in.irictor > xviflifuither iiiiorniaiion on applicuhon 10 Drfl*
ut The pria: is $5 a parcel. 100 coils Bale Rope n : himself." "fintd i 1 tons or to any ',f his authorized a:cat.:" i o'e

S 'TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. A great quantity of the above very valuable preparations 250 Iks. best English l Baleilig Twinc. "JNO. R. ROW AND." Thcubote medicine sold by special appointment I

O N the eighth diy of January next, I will)fier for will be kept constantly on hand by 'Tallahassee, Ang. 23d, 18. 1. [L21f) "Pliiladclphia, Oct. 24th 1833." 2ltf the patentee and warranted 'r1' ine.J' '

: sale before the door of the Court House in the' E. B. PERKINS, Tallahassee, B PKIJKINS: I fiiuicc ?. (

City.Tallahassee, Leon county, all the right, title, Who isairthoriscd todispose of them, either at wholesale FOR SALE -- NEW STORE. Tallahassee. .February 21th.! 1U.: ""' -

claim and demand of Robert May, in and to a frame; or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be :jc.DcD: PIECES of PTT1UE subscriber i is about to establk.Ii himself ----- -

House: situated the town of St. Marks, now occupied obtained of the proprietor. Also by the .-And DUNDEE BAGGING-1 ICILs'tu M.. in Tallahassee as a Merchant permanently )!l. RI. PE'S ,

as a dwelling, and owned by the said Rober: Doct's. HOLMES & )WILLIAMS, Cambcllton, & best quality ya ore dally(gIXD( COILS BALE flOPE, of will.open. for sale in a few days, at his store, and mC'i_ i'lU J trDtP3
May, sold to satisfy his Territorial and Mr. HALSLCT, D'rtrgg'rst Appalachicola. expected by the Subscrioer op
County Tax posite the Office of the Floridian V
per Brig 'a1lahassce. a small assortmentnj one of tho most efficacioiiscotnjioundsia! .
eg. for the,yeur 1834. JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS.The Planters and Merchants can he Hats, CI, tlling. Shoes, Brushes, Woodenware, 18 MKDICA, f for the cure of tbat cl33 aCID'

A. A. FISHER, Collector." following are few among the manypersons that most accommodating terms .supplied on the tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hardware and : orate Disease, produced by an impure state 0
Scpt.. 25th, 1 1831. [Suls.1 have been either cured payable in Coon, \,-.
or bencfitei Cutlery, Cane
greatly Sugar Knives e
JOHN BLAIIl Agricultural Implements blood, and a vitiated habit of body, andnsuallj
mm.J1.SJ .WW mmIDa uai1 within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Peters' St. Marks Sept. 5th, 1831. PEACHY Rope and small Cordage, Kitchen and Housekeeping ting themselves in the formsof ScrofnJa! Salt Rhfj*
Stojnachicac ct Hepatiue within the Utensils, Carpenter's, Cooper's, and Small''S Leprosy St. Anthony's Fire Fever fc'ores (een
A LARGE and complete) assort- state Georgia. NOTICE. Tools of all kinds, Nails, Brass GoodsLocks, Bolts! ihe bones are aflected.) \Vhite SweHing'sif( M
: mentof Fresh Drl1-SAnd Mcdicinesjust recei Mrs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. S IX months from the date hereof, I shall for Axes, Pockef-Books, Siui.T-bt.xes, and Fancy Goods: with Dr. Jebb'a Liuin.ent,) Foul and obstinate t' .
Tad from New vorlc! ',nd Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do. apply 'which he is disposed n-ll
Baltimorefor salc; wholesale Letters of Dismission, from the Administration (( on reasonable terms, and sore legs and eyes ccald head in rliilJren.scaiTj P
and retail. Country Merchants and Pra.ctitlunerssup.. Wayne Wm.W.F.E Bond lands, do. on the estate of Samuel Gairett deceased late of respectfully requests an examination of hie Goods. scorbutic gout, Pimpled or -orhuncb.d.FaCe5.! f festertJi i

flied on the most accommodating terns. Allen Esq. -Ln rens. Gadeden county. C. H. DUPONT, Adm'r. GEORGE LANMAN. eupi iOhm. and tenerial I taints throughout thc uu4'

EDW. S IXAS,' Col.Bryan John W., Esq.Porter do. June 27th. ] 14. [46-6m.] Tallahassee, Nov. 1st, 1834. (12-3m( which !last case the drops often cure when t *

_MyQ4i Druggist, Magnolia, Florida. Morgan. N.. B.-Wanted to purchase fails They I also the best Sriran 1 r
z LEON a likely NEGRO : are /f
Sanford COUNTY
Chapman, Esq Jones. FLORIDA.In about 12 14 of :_ _" nmotr __,
n- NOTICE .Alexander Irvin, Esq Washington. the County Court or years a"e.ADMINISTRATOR'S. I'UiIl.O puruv anu cleanse ine S-' "111160'"II,
of said the
the next Term of Gadsden the Col Geo. Mathews County. which frequently appear at these seasons of Mr [
July Green.
A county 34 ,James Edwin Stewart, ) f NOTICE. They aU, aid tho pr.'ccss of digestion,and,by pa P'
: vouchers of HENRY \V. TODO. administrator the next term of the ?
NOTICE. vs. > -Attachment A County Court of Leon the blood ha
the seci-etion of malignanof 1
; of JOHN H. TODD deceased late
of will
Edward Barnwell. county, we apply for Letters of refid'Ithovast
- den county, will be presented to said Court for a final 1!I Medical accounts have been placed in the j from ths Administration of the estate of Dismission I the lungs. The proprietor confidently! -

. Settlement on the part >if said administrator. At the hands of R. Hackley, Esq. Those, who owe THE Defendant and others concerned, arc notified late of said county. Henry B.Fitts"deceased number of 'urpri-'ins cnies t'ffl'ctad.do

lAme time, the said administrator will apply to said me nay save cost by calling immediately on that gen- the issuing of said Attachment, nnd are re- LEMUEL drops not only in Boston and its vicinltbntUJJWl6.. Ii

Court for.a discharge from his Administratorship as 'tleman. JNO. McLEMORE. quired to plead to the Declaration conformably with ELIZA BRUCE, out the Union for the bestpruofoftheiresccwa"! .8

ffcresaid. JOHN J. ADAMS, Tallahassee 13th Nov. 1834. (144w.) the statute. EDWARD CHANDLER, Tallahassee, 18th Sept. 1831. ANN BRUCE. an unfailing alterative medicine,in alllhecaswj jjspecified. Co
; Att'y for H. W. Todd Administrator Oct. 1st, 1834. ((8-3m) For PlaintiR {6tt') This article has recently been rroa the
Quincy, Nov. 3d. 1834. [I3.6mJAPALACUICOLA ] UNION BAJYK' OF FLORIDA. NOTICE. Daily expected at St. Mark?' by aPhvsician .the first pcctabiity.! wh 9 hit 111 dOf 1ft
18 .
number Shares required the nessed its -urprisin efficacv entitled! -
THE by Charter ol subscriber TII new and as
-5- HOTfit, Uuion Bank of Florda! having been sub THK returns his thanks to the public Brig superior copper-fastened ion. to take tie! lead of all time popular article_I':ni t
the JUNOCapt.
THE above Establishment will be open for the re scribed.-NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, That the Books I. since he has been liberal in encouragement he has received York, and will have LATHKOP, from New for the above complaints and indeed it w (II 1
this immediate
Boarders and Travellers by the 20 in Subscription in said Bank, are for the nresenlclosec. I of their place and solicits a continu- For freight or havin despatch. this point in jiablic estimation, througlioutthe ]
&W1t. .TNO. T. MYRICK, Propriety SUBSCRIBERS tor Stock ance patronage. Just received per schr. Delta, passage good accommodations, 5 .
are notified to perfect their direct from New app.y to KERR Price $1 a bottle urC botte: or $ ,
Apaachlcoliv.? 18th October. 1831. 1 Q.3mTO Yorka general assortment of STURGES.
subscription by filing their Wool- N. ETIO '
hands B.-Insurance
len, Staple and Fancy GOODS Shoes ; can bc effected low this DYSPEfSLO1INDI ?
Hats by vessel.
and certificates with Hollow-
mortgages Nov.
THE PUBLIC. fore the 2d Monday in on or be- ware, Cutlery, and Iron-mongery, Crockery, 4-c. con- 15to.-14tav longstanding, and of the most ob'ttnatecb A

THE following Certificate from R.A. Greene,Esq. scriptions will be considered thaSi/ their sub- sisting of blue, black and brown Cloths ; blue, black, TENNESSEEAN FOR SALE. has been immediately' reliVvfid and often pe '
to his drab and double milled cared in a dasesthat baveoccnrrtdlA; :
Excellency William Lumpkin, By order of the Board of Directors. grey Cassimeres; Cassinets To variety ,; ct
E q. efii those afflicted with ROMEO LEWIS C&ll er. I black Lustring and Fancy Silks an4 Silk Shawls Gro ship, I am authorised to sell Or. Rehf'm Vegetable Specific I\ndllnu.BU OCIItWJQt

.', DYSPEPSIA.'A Tallahas.see, 10th Oct. 1834. de Nap &C.; Jackonet, Swiss and Mull Muslins, _ this l beautiful and fine blood both of which are to be taken together accordil'id" Ira

terjrant girl of mine, who had for several / further. ordered, That the time allowed for per- 3,4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a superior quality w ed HORSE, sired by the celebrated cable plain and practinal directions aCCO1DPU1'Specific. .'

laboured under a Dytfepsic and Liter Affection,years and Flori&fectfn subscriptions for Stock in the Union Bank of Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths ; a general? assort-; horse Carolinian, by Price 50 cents each. r '4

whose life,I had diapaired of after the trial of several be extended to the 2d Monday in Dec'r next. ment of Shoes; a variety .Crockery Ware Hollow him in r S 7s r Arehy. I shall exhibit None are genuine unless signed on the o JIo 1
By rdcr of the Board of Directors Ware, Hats &c. Tallahassee the 1 16th day December 1834 ted the sole proprietor TKW .
yliiIQ't.o relieve her, was successfully treated by Cutlery Also, Cognac Brandy and wrapper by c
3oct.: PaTti! of this place, (Milledgeville) whom I 8th Nov '34 >10wj) ROMEO LEWIS CSlh'r.ROBINSON'S Holland ; ieily, Sherry, Port,and Claret \Wine offer then sell credit him to such person as will give the best. immediate successor the late Dr. \V.To'C; c.-
on a of
S "eo fider preeminently skilled in these co plaints. with many other articles too tedious to mention. Pur- ,with, twelve months, payable in Bank, I For sale at his Counting Room, over Xo. I

'R. A. GREEJfE. ., FOR M S for chasers are invited to call and examine for themselves. An good Overseer endorsers. street, near Cuncert Hall, Boston, and 11190''N.l)
b June Sale! ALEX'R. wanted for the ensuing year.-Enquire appointment, by E. B. PERKINS <
)1lJldgedUe; Gco. 183t at ttos Office. Tallahassee Nov. 4, lSJ3" FORMY(13tfJ DUVAL. c of the subscriber at Lake Jackson Leon county. DrU.f ,L

Nov. 1834,-14-4w
... ROBERT BUTLER. T4labzssee, Feb. 17,1831.NOT'ICE. '

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