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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 13, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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W. M. WHITE, as a Candidate. tot I ----ir---I r -

; 'tbe Territory<< of Florida, in the 24th 1iP1II ; *,7 lifed'*fcbn,*iih iud:.

ot oT the United State_- dy; of. jet/'huaba.Ddt fear

: g aT; authorized to announce Colonel, JAM'IP dinffing.fc? th thmal of
, A'DSDEN'candidate to rcpiesent: tbe tel n I dog-'saatchtfd ty the
),j Florida in the tlthConerew of the United : ,witb Allen rivalin the
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Sry ari.uthoriedtoannounceMaj.candidate to the t ni- nRmu. 7aa1T. \.WI. == head,teeth, eyes claws
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Florida,in the S4th Congress of the United .ll ':i i ed in the mangled and
,1of July 27th 1833. SOl! --- hi the gladiators, lap
Watcher -
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Jewelry &c.A .
NOTICE. glutted
uponbIoodcrow-

W} trALL authorised as a to candidate announce to WILL represent WI the B. THE subscriber has just re- 11x the weeks honourable after the date Court,'applkatioa for will be made to Fro,* the 'Leit 1Mv L.* combatants-, their nos

in the 84tb Sonjprss of the U ni- an additional the county of.Teffcr- grinDing..tbei: ejes gloa
of Florid:!, i supply son, for Letters of Adojinistration -
_r'1 1833 5tf of W.A.TCHEIJE1f&Lat', PILTEH H.A.LlEt' Jouso en the estate of A FLASH throat of the one, and
ltj StateS- I SPOOKS, &c. which he offers Nov. 8th deceased, u" *aid eoun.!!! THE other. _
'---OiVAR'VUIT.E. b" sonable for'sale on his customary rea- 1834. f13-Gwl A. B. SHEHEE.ROW&ND'S !) hobtl! cried they, widi

.rILL PSACTJCE LAW in the Courts of Mid-] FREDERICK terms. TOWLE. J I' The one of those i / nervous hands..

Y T die Florida, Jackson County an4 the Court Oct 4th, 1834. (Sit) TONIC Tenanted, not by the ve not got it!' shouted

KT OFFICE, Tallahassee.(48U. The subscriber has employed a lY tela-.N4ktr MIXTUJtE, minions and its victims effort he wrenched him
(.] from England direct ANDANTICOSTIVE and prize and rose to his
Jfdlyl,18$4.: p ; and assures the public, that work fighters-of feet
entrusted to him in his line, shall be done any PILLS. lessr .of the savage and Woody; and'front
promptly
nJlES A. BERTHELOT, an d.ii4heby: manner. t F. T. TTN consequence of the attempts which ha re been of an ancient city-we glaring look, grinning

VIELLOIt aND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) N. B. To Rent-the House formerly occupied made to impose spurious imitations of the above It was a large room, struggling(but strug.
( in the Court of Appeals : The nrtiLLpractice hus. AJ. Bradford,, suitable for a small family. by eluded valuable M the eli iciues on the public,Uu proprietor has con- confined and crowded gripe of the sturdy a*

Iff(Superior Courts of Leon, Gadsden, and JacktbeTcrritory tu to on necessity of confining the tale of the ..Jlhxre old were a group of

,,? of Florida ; and in the Superior liEO v.a TIJG LIQUID su pply ? feW rcn/or tJla6lishtdgtnli demands. as art just ufJidtftl< to strung muscles, whose 'one to one,'
A full
& DccAtur counties of the South supply of these whose n and) the woman
and they
: Thomas beardy
'rt3 f Afedicines will be
0 Prepared and Sold by R. S. BERNARD constantly kept by the Agents host from
rcial circuit of the Statcof Georgia. Residence211Z1gkgsxe.Nvcrnicr Drug- whose ted rhe champions of his courteous
0 23d 1833. 15tf git, NORFOLK, VIRGINIil. _____:_.names__ _I.and__ a residences.' .' .. are. annexed, and the ,.i._,.. .._ -
l'wpncwc -wane M amincuy untrtlw4t that he teill \ naauulC snop were
ttfpli. .. not be responsible for the genuineness of Mixture oil l, and nght over this \ of his present po-
-JOHN J. ADAMS mVIBitt! 1 a 'J'mD e told tu hit by, any per o w. hit authorised any agents. coarse painting, which vain to shake: off the

suaH> (..iTrOll.\"El- L.'lJf,) R. S. BERNARD'S RENOVATING LIQUID for Spurious mixtures have teen made and sold in consi, rn g, so ancient and ao his hand into hi*

. USremsted from Quincy to Appalachirnla D:1 y. extracting all kinds of Oils, Paints, Tar, and Grease derable quantities! oy two physicians in Leon and signet Within the kmfe. So menacing
I i He ...ill rrpularly attend the Courts held at the I from the most delicate colored Silks, Satins, Cloths Gadsden counties, and perhaps by others, and will)) small tables, arranged gleamed the blade, that
Bombasines, or Velvets without least doubtless be imported from New York and only to the- fistic
CLu'mcy and Mmanrw ; Rncl I iltc annual term injuring in the elsewhere. fashion of boxes, and me-
jT their colour or texture. Those, therefore, who wish' to the in alarm.
If of Appeals at Tallahassee. Letters ad procure genuine knots
Court vera of
JUnd r LHe to him, stPa'tJi \\'iH i IKJ attended to. fe ret This for recent and valuable chemical discovery is of article can be sure of getting it only from the agents. at dice! some men at that, ruffian! he has con

'. February 7th, 18:1.1: [8601 the sale by the of Subscriber. almost sUPersedes The following gentlemen Agents in Florida. duodttim uri ; which fair? Is that like a gen-
necessity dying, and the Scourer's "
f A CARD.HAMLIN cation is gone." Fifty-cents worth will vo- E. B. Perkins, General Agent at Tallahassee. have mistaken for chess, <>, indeed, I scoiii such
- Bacon secure a Kerr Sturgcs, Agents for"8t, Marks. contemptiously turned
Merchant's breeches from criticism for haps, resembled I
rceivt V. SNELL, I months It acts like a charm upon silks of the twelve finest James C. Ecclcs, do. duincy. usually, though not and hasu.nedto exam
texture, by instantly removing the taints Golding & Folsom, do. Mickasooky. tance of dice. The .
LAW, 1PJLJCIIWOLJ1, Fla. of grease
: ITTOR.VEY.fT Darias William &Co
do.
anj without in the lean the ? MpnticeUol: to these constitutional
affecting fabric itself and
the noon,
confided nothing better
business him with indus- Tho'tnas
Will Attend to .0 Alexander do. Hickatown.
irk : punctuality.) D((. 21st llllf i most inveterate lodgments of wax upon Coat collars J. F Potts, do. f3e: unable time itself dog i is to a contest
i 1- t'R'ftrtftrrl-n :iCUAUtES and JAS. D. WESTCOTTJr. fly hut before the it like dust before a bJ ush. It is no quacke- Malcolm! % Fursjusoiv do. Thoraasville.Challahoochcc I nee of those tavern : I' had already-recov>-

b,. .. Esqltlrrs.Sporting. ry true sccundum artem. mode of appearing P. W. Gautier Jr. do. situation of hues receded from thfc
| decent in old clothes the Mananna. the house,
___ at least imaginable cheek
the veins of the
>nd1C It is offered expense. Holmes & Williams, do. Co.mpbelltown.JOHN in mates, it indicateed ,
to Gentlemen at f>0 cents a phial, and all wonted size. He shook
, }' Intelligence. other sorts ofpcop1e can h\\"e it at the same price. R. ROWAND Proprietor. which would have :
Q i No (langcr need be apprehended in using it upon .2fr':. 1. 1834. (12-6mj) in a modern city. The grunt, satisfied'that
tor. the finest and most delicate ilks-nor is it like the P ompeians, who sought looking athis foe,
'cir %o ap; so commonly advertised in onr days, which bv H. A. PIEIISON tt C- sense even where they air of more approba
removing one evil almost invariable: produce another upon him be-
.
typified the
by
di gaudy .
( fdouh'e: size-nor does it
require the
> of all other renovaters-such as hot preparativeans irons and the walls, and the I art a stronger (ci-

-- f like. Only a ]little clean water, according to the.tircctions g runt, in which the lamps I see thou art a

is wanting. Oil or Grease of any kind commonest household give me thy hand, my (
can Ue extracted from the most delicate coOt! >d carpets 'By Pollux,' said one h

without the usual I trouble taking them up.- i leaDed apainst the wall the gladiators, applaud- ?
If used according to the directions, it will at once thou sellest old
us, -give him thy hand
extract every particle of create: from the finest Clothor Merchant JHj| Tailors, he slapped a portly .
qll/lS8EE l most delicate Silks without
T.fL 10EY. injuring in the least
thin the best ,
to
thc color or texture.A enough gladiator ; 'but now I z
JOCKEY CLUD, FOR 1834. large supply; ) of the above valuable article The man thus h to lap the,whole.1
received FALLAIUSSCS '
"nLLC\mmCl1CColl the third Monday [15thJ] in and for s:. le by 41 W H FLORIDA. bared arms, while host! quite unmov..

December next, nod continue six days.: E. B. PERKINS, Ag't tucked carelessly within feeling. Pollux! to
nr.sr PAT-MONDAY* Tallahassee! Sept. 10th 1831. Cm. to be the host of the \ may make a-man ? why
eton- Acolt5wf'cp uKcs fIr tin 'c vcarsold" three mile into i the autumn of !' .

eats, f 300 entrance, h. f. to close on the 30lh Sep- By the President of the United States.IN still so robust and : beat the beasts hollow

!'niernCxL! pursuance of law, I, ANDREW JACKSON, Presi 1 shamed even the sinewy I .
Sr.CX'1: DAT--fTE1D.'Y.!
!s aOI AP.tswvcpta.,.-*, free for horse in the Uni- of the United Stoles of America, do hereby that the muscle had c : } \! who was n w em-
II any declare and make known that that the cheeks hair and
public salcswillbc held were adjusting her
d! Stairs iceabiy to the! rules of the Tallahassee;
lic'i Club. four mile heaLs, 5500 cntraiicc h. f.- at the following Land Offices, i" the Territory of Florida increasing stomach \ : l friends again, I rfeoni-
o close on the 30th Srptcml next. at thc periods designated, for the sale of the un massive cncst which roae orderly, for some young
THIRD PAT-WCDXE'slMT.. dermentioned l lands, to wit : 'Norje of thy I : bakers, have sent to

,ir> Jockey Club Pnrj, c-mile lrnti, $1010 1 00 At the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE, on the first growled the gigantic to pay you a visit ;
ten Entrance $10.I Monday in Decc mbcr jicxt, for the disposal of thc public DIRECTIONS. roar ofan insulted tiger; at their-ease than at

rot-am DAT-TII ;RDAY. lands within the undermentioned townships and The HeigJU ind pensa&le. for a carcase which. shall up their bets on the*
line Jockey Club Purse-2 mile iicais, 200 00 fractional townships, to wit: 1. Round the chest under coat. the Spoliarium. So they always
Entrance: North of the base line, and West of the meridian.
$13.
2. Dow Waist.! Croikest thou thus know
Township I,of 5. : purpose ; they
riFTH PAT-riUDAY. range 3. From back-scam: elbow and knuckle I
to joint. gladiator in
gladiators Pompeii
laughing :
Club Pursr 3 mile TowrfShips 1 and 2, of 8. ,
Jockey heats range
ri 1 I -- 500 00 4. Round the thigh.
Entrance S30. Townships 1 and 2, of range 9. 10, 11, 12, 13 &. 14. 5. From the hip-joint to the ande. h hang thyself with despite praised be the gods I'
SIXTH! DAY-SATCnUlY. Township I, of range 15. he palm crown; and drinking off a bowl, or4
ia1 p Proprietor's Purse-I mile ht"ts-311cst in 5,2iO 00 Township 1, of range 16. By the above scale of measurement gentlemen at a amphitheatre, as I man who has won my
Entrance $!0. Township I, of range 28. distance may be enabled to forward their measures, Herculese shall be to l the brave. Lydou,
Tne.achnftlie two first lamod states there are rl Fractional township 1, and fmvnshipS, nfran aDd wuJy three subscribers, whn have secured the forfeit Townships 1,2,4, and 5, of range 30. -- Hear to him-hear to j"t'y!

at ly 'ote with approved endorsers payable at the i Townships 2, 3, 4, and a, of range 31. GOODS cest! He has drawing her hus
untralBank Florida, and deposited with the cashw. -' North of the base line, nnd East. of meriditn.Township chidcs -
the in that
by ears, ca
Subscriptions' cm be made letter 2, ofrangcJ3.Townships ; 'AND
by addressed to
lar, Sponis, Niger, Tetraipes described*
so
the at Tallahassee 1 and 2, of range 14. prettily ,
secretary auy lime efore the 30th ,m XJ l l1QBJ
nbru t} the from \
South of the base line and Cast of purse you.
meridian.
September next, by complying with the of sulifcnptioa. ,
terms ...
The cult or horse. to be named tile evening That part township I 1 situated North and West H A. PIERSON & Co. would respectfully inform your muscles is strong : art worse than the
oes before thc race. of the Suwanncc rivcr, of range 14. their customers and the publick generally t.ly, or I know nothing jaws of Burbo.
ti that they arc now opening their new Stock of r 'Ha!' said the .. ) '
The
CASH will be hun:: up at the Stand, each day, At the same place, in continuation, commencing on him. Calenus
, f*the forlinute Competitor; and every effort will Ic thc third Mvnilvy in December next, for thc disposal ofthe FALL & WINTER GOODS fury, 'our Lahista would by the back way, I
n i node w afford the best accommodation ; and it is con-: public lands within the limits of the undermen- ''What story could he ).'
.tli.inj fdcnily expected, that gentlemen: / at a distancevho tioned townships and fractional townships, to wit. just received from New York, consisting of a splc.ndid]I don?' said Tetraides ,' said Burbo ; mean'
l ATC fine horses, will!consider our Purses, and our ef South ofthe base line*nnd West of the meridian. assortment superfine Cloths, Cassimercs and Vest- 'Or me, who have ( on the cups attend
let, forts to please: Fractional 1 of i ings, of great variety, selected from late "
worthy of their Consideration. township range 8. importations said the gigantic Niges, 1 1tor. cheat thee, wife; they
of the fashionable Likewise
mon order.- n
Townships 1.2,3,4,5,6, and 7, of 9.
TflO. range
.
BROWN & then are arrant
3uly It.h 1831. Scc'ry Proprietor. Townbliios 1,2,3,4, 3-,6,7,8, and 9, of range 10. general assortment of Fancy,Articles forGentleraen'sdress I they
I V* HU.tfj Townships, 2,3, 4, 5,6, 7, S, 9, and lOot range 11. vi%. ::Stocks of every; dscription, Gloves, 'Or me'? prunled to them.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, C, 7, 8, and 9, of range 12. Suspenders, Pongee Hhdfs., Fronts and Collars, fine 'Thus! said Lydon, the conjugal reply ;
mil The Townships 1,2, 3, 4, 5, and G, of range 13. Linen Shirts, Hosiery, &c.-Sjrlcndid Senl, Fur, and I garding: his rivals with a / : dear assurance,strode
!IIP- Quincy Races. Townships 1,2,3,4, and 5, of range 14. Cloth Cap, fine Silk, Plush, and Beaver Hats of the 'The time of trial will sought the penetralia

noD THE Races over the Gadsden Course at duincy, Township 1. and fractional townships 3, 3, and 4, fastest l fashion. till then.'
Id commence on Wednesday thc 7th day of of range: 15.Township. A general assortment ofrcady.madeChflhing madeup 'Ay, do,' said the coming to look atouf
h 1- Jinuary, 19J5, and continue four days. 1, nmd fractional township 2, of range 16. by the subscribcrs, in the most faithful and fashionable down my thumb to save ) sent to previse thee of

tk, 1st D4y'. Pur & $ OO- mile heats-Entrance $ 20 /At the Land Office at ST. ACGCSTINC, one the i style, consisting Overcoats, Frock & Dress thread.' i
Co.its and Coatees fine Cloth and Goat's hair Camlet
ert t 2JDa"sPursc S 1 150--1 mile heats, best 3 in 5- second Monday in December next, for the disposal ofIhe Cloaks and WrappersPantaloons, and Veils of almost 'Your rope. you mean,' with him Clodius ,the
Entrance public lands within thc limits of thc undermen auJ the Greek
inztel 3d 20 description, which rich ficrarcd and I here i is a sesterce 10 buy young .
; Daf' to consist of I lllc Entrance Money tioned townships und fractional townships, to wit: every Double-breasted Velvet among and fine arc black Cloth and I The Titian wine !
first anSI second tlays-1 mile heats North of thc base line and East of the meridian. cried Telraides CIo.
clitb'u, Ent.rance Cassimere!, Valcntia and white Marseilles Vests, &c. tended to him, and : ;
4Lh Day's Purse. I 5 Fractional townships 1,2,3,4, and 5, (East of St. Fnc Marino and Lamb's Wool Noil-Shirts and Drawers that the blood spirted ) : sesterces whafsay
cif Ibe third to consist of the Entrance Money Mary's river.) of range 23. t -fine Nctt Silk and Die-skin Undcr-Vests, an thc garments of the *
vbo It trance .and fourth days-1 mile ottf- Townships 1,2 3, 4, and fractipnal township) 5, of ; excellent artide for invalids. They set a .
up savage
en All Entries jo range 24Towusbips, I A quantity of coure Clothing suitable for Negroes', 'I will teach thee, _
C'clock to be made with the Secretary by sere I2, and 3, of range 25. and an assortment of Irdin Rubber Sururuts' Pea- I I[ prefer of'ypa \0
of Macedonian with
the ; me. any
, of day previous to that of running.A. Tow nship I, of range 26. I Jackets and Trowsers, warranted very durable and It
J. FORMAN: S-('ry Fractional townships I, 2, 3, and 4, of range 27. perfectly watrT-proof, arc offered for sale by the subscribers warrant thee! What, t thus modestly naming.
n Gadsdon Jockey Club. Fractional townships 1,2, and 3, of range S3. on vciy low terms. A deduction of 10 percent ., twenty years in the ring, h j.
r. l11n'y, Octohcr 03: 1531. f II-II]1jl Fractional townships I 1,2, and 3, of range 29. will be made for all orders accompanied with arms once? and have I as she pierced a huga
of the line and East of the meridian. I who had ,seated
- South base the cash.Q the edile'a own hand as : now
BOOIS & STATIONARY. I That part township 11, (East of Suwannee river) The subscribers return their sincere thanks for as a grace to retirement the tables great.:jjpen

HE subscriber has received a general assortment of range 14.Townships. the very liberal patronage heretofore received and' I now, (to be" lectured by a ? es, which of you Wfr
0 AXD STATIOARrt 'ltidt tic offers( to 10, 11, and I!, of range 15. would still hope by their assiduity and strict attentionto the hand from him in ,.in case no malefactor
Ii f 1 old Townships 10, 11, and 12, of 16. merit and receive continuation of thc
cnjiomcrs at red need prices which range business, to a Without changing a you of the. optio'h? ,
arc
.et among
10 11 12 and 13 of 17.
Tho Token for 1835 Townships range same.ICF". face with which arms, stout Strato
the Affection's : Townships 6, 7, and 13, of range 19. All orders will be thaniifully recived ; and as smiling I think encounter <
; ed mine host did the safely -
lib- Gift Townships 5,6,7,8,9, and 13, of range 19. they have engaged in their employ steady and first ,
1E. Christmas Box ; Townships .1,2,3,5,67, 8, and 13, of ragc 20. rate WORKMEN, they are prepared to execute all order grasp he had undergone.
ten The late Novels Townships ,2,3,6,7, and 8. of range 21. at the shortest notice and in the most durable and hand reeased: than where is that,
ie That portion or township 1 South or 8t. !dary's fashionable: style Tallahassee, Oct. 25. [11-Cm. a wild cat crouches, you !&, the blind.ffirl, with ..
.... S And agrtat variety J river, and townships 2, 3. 4, 5. '. 7. and R,of range 22. on his head and beard, seen.her. in a long time.' .

d', Sclgo txudardauid Mis-etlancous Works; That portion of township 1,East of St.Mary's river, ADMINISTRATOR'S[ NOTICE. yell, he sprung on the for you, ray ,son of '
10 and Blank Book*, of dc and 8 of 23. persons indebted lo the estate of t'le lato 'and too nice for
i Rocrs very jnnUon ; and townships 2,3,4,5,6,7, range ALL impetus that lhre\v him, even urK.V
Extra fine Pen-Knives Townships 1.2,3.4,5,6,7. and 8, of range 24. BIRD, arc rcquested to make payment'to from his balance, into the town to'sell '-
"*,Quills was,
who have
.ator. 1kcketGlohL Paper, Tape,ScfllinWar., Townships 1,2,4, 5, 6, 7. and 8, of range 25. the subscriber. Those for claims against of a falling rock, he fell, '; she makes us more
B said will them adjustment to
for estate
Children 29. present
I of
The 4-c frc. Fractional township, range 'Be-
by waiing on
wUcribcr his ferocious foe. you.
also informs Nov.3,1834. f 13-8w] R. PARISH, Adm'r.IN
ttUtiifVT''WI the public, that his CIR' Each sale will be kept open for two weeks, and thc Our host employments which lie
" time tsuUTM111 U; now oren, ami any one call be- lands reserved by law for the use of schools, or for adilion to the former assortment.of FALL, perhaps .
0'.Jr '-' on complying with the! will be excluded from sale. kindly recommended I
terms. other
purposes, the subscriber has just received '
pi r'' id Niger she h
why
remained three minutes ; ,
'I Hi iaaWILUAM \ '. Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, Rose the following GROCERIES, which will I be
__Of_Clnucr ht, 1834 12-tf thiveeventh day of Jaly. A. D. 1834.ANDREW brig but summoned' to his a ,
cashviz II '
sold low for :
2u JACKSON.By his f lI-a, woman who ; 'you think
: 200 bbls. fresh superfine Flour, Corinthian. If Nydia
ADMINISJRATOR's NOTICE. the President: apartment, rushed to ,
2I !Uf pcrwr.f hiring claims against the estate of ELIJAH HATWARD, 300 sacks ground Alum Salt, new ally was in herself a at present she would be : ,

C< hereby notified --- 3,500 Ibs. superior Hams, said 'how i .
, r.r.Iticlted to present them duly au- other than soft embraces. Lydon ;
ii:': 'r be Core wit ham the time proscribed by law,or they : For Sale, 400 do. Western Feathers, mate of Burb the tie and delicate slave? I

%'11 &ttILterequeLeJ Tcr An| perstns indebted to mid .; A good PLANTATION in Gadsden Rice, Goshen Butter Cheese, Potatoes: &c. fought in the liats, nay, handmaid,of some'rich I j
| to make immediate 15th l4tf) HENRY BOND. '
Nov. (
IC payment. County 13 miles from Tallahassee, I 10 I And Burbo himself i thee. ,
tf1 I t JAI. 8 SMLAHVIHTEHUI1ST* u ,! 'irix. duincy, and 1] miles from the Ochlocknce i NOTICE. the field-accoiding to Stratonice' some

V1 MJJJfj(rTi.n1'] my authoriicd SAKAU WHITKIIORST.tt agent. river containing 800 acres, 700 in cultivation, with a I weeks sjfter dale apdlication will be made to yielded! the palm to his my fortune by selling
large commodious Su r.houseArat rate:vertical SIX Hon. the County Court for the County of sweet creature no sooner you askest ?' n _
? TICB. Sugar-Mill Kettles of large size, and All the necessary Jefferson for Letters of Administration on tho estate that awaited her worse i '
1; for taking off a large crop Sugar CaneA deceased.JAMES.BAUGH.
ntcre8ted apparatus of THOMAS J. HA DLET weapons than those,with : Stapbyla-thourC"
4 'will take that thc
ire notice
1U large framed .Gin-house, first: rate running-gearand Adm'r. ?'
oil, hue
vided her she darted
filed
In the Clerk'i Office of the ,
60 saw Braintree Gin A Porte Mill Upward

good
a : SARAHAN HADLEY Adm'trix.Nov :.
: fJ.1.fferaon. Flo.rida' a Pdttto for a divisi ion of tO good Negro Houses all with plank floors, ; tor, and clasping him eneh, with a face tike a
& 1834-15-6w ,
1ft .... :. !
;Del :. Mlt"llt Ul of Mid county* and all necessary Out-Buildings.! The purchaser cio I forcet he r Jby.JPkito
i t, .. will, on the 30th day of December, 183 14.. furnished with Petit:Gulph Cotton Seed, gratis- ADMINISTRATOR'S,NOTICE. $ The place to which ia at this'risottJetit.'
"dnidlld oraau Court to appoint O* itirion- 1600 bushel Corn line! 10OOObe. Fodder, for sale on ALL persons having; demands against the estate ot wounded were dragged pbyla died- ob tdy.
ot.dpP tion Mid Estate cording to the place All of which will be sold extremely low MAAB, latejnf Gadsden county, are t Miles Gloriosus Act' i to' me, and Vent into
( l for cash ....will sell for one-half cash, the balance in 12 hereby! notified to present them without delay proper modern phrase He* has slave.: But* &be
Wd. ,
;i: months: ;Those.disposed to'purchase,,will do well to authenticated to the subscriber : And persons indebted Funned. so ,dear sin&bad

5 11*/J:::' S Pctitioner5 by call and examine. .the. premises, "which will be shown to the estate' 'ore requested to make lmmcdiapsiment. to JNot 1: 'only 'did women : :
,the ,in w. KENAN_ Adin'r.IIock I '
a'bojstejr
Overseer on placeor my.el4residing.uincy'Gadsdefl for
by ,
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L.' _,. GEO. V. ARNiR, ooanty.Nor. Comfort, Gadtden coi2Jty.1ovcmbr8t,183.la ; :I amphitheatres; but even f .", '_ "' .
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hrL, It" 18S4. THOMAS PRESTON jtf. { ) 7 14 tipatcd in that meek
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bugnt ponr gtaP ylari- money "so scarce, C i i *hen he found hi i j.tb.eautz oLhe PUtU1 u _aDd \ ;.: .r Q IN. J. .. 1 i" '. rhcr IS no longer'the' leaSt .- .
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iliJuTl'wrw ;qb.uL.t6'Ictve the plac in despair, sue ufoi own A kns, .riv.sp-I ., &>r.: k Bi aJ.t ? lutrna&tue, f t.r "1Sth, do not exBilboa -" l awfully apP'inted! Illd wortll' N

when a merchant plocked me by the robe : Mis w& b1 the ki m l splI'Jtrom LctiefrOmJt' yf and ra ngo', SenorMcnda rozqueta II
t : ccsiietng nftjl l we wwM-fjjiw** ** *'*** '* ** *- tbe.C61J.wreihf ,. ha
: tress,' said'heSlost; ftioii' want n slave cheap ?- -its d ofrwfc&lo hictLl1e .tiP .. ihaT&rknws oflts pn son-he..couki byanyos'ible !I p their.silence unV UUUUVMV this head IS a proof that it is a ted tnuonally ariwied, and his !'
on the
by
have a child to sell, a bargain. She is but"lit lie, to the baleful en their satellites of the 7'Ite
I .OT boksiin S he Waa determined that this ua- I temptation, yield l fact for if the authorities had had It in power honorable! Conjrca ernI :
nndnlmostan infant,, it U' true;; but she is quick of the -and humble the ; the rumors which had circulated J tile''St le
ticcments destroyer
tnownvh in hi to iilved Iet
opinion, was hoping discountenance
liy
iii b.yonels a.
und docile' and clever, sing* well anti broid- and the ,
quiet, manhood lower than that of .they-would. not. have hesitated I mfm
dear for his imlge'of for..,\wo Jay, ra
4 him should temerity. godlike if
Of what disgrace pay imprisonment,
xrs, and is of good' blood, I attire flt1. the men of A-.I 1 they dared to, '
I knew : these inju,raind be addressed the brutesthatpcrih. to have done so. All young Jnuiitca junta, who fT1tet a
'country? said I. 'l'11 8\ti:1I1.! : NOW I WUh thoughts arms m of.Don tfetermiotd
the Thessalians were acute and gentle ; so I said The stranger : .' YQU shill play a.bloody game And why was it, that; nil her friends saw. and I mescua, "have Chnlerrcnntinuesrtp-rnaKedreadful taken up favor: 1{.emus art, hive appointed. th iro" Q r' 1FI

i: would see the irirl. I 'found hr jut as you see for this, sir broad.rim." u I am here," replied warned her of her danger he clung yet closer Cirlos ra'va-res in The the ranks of the Christinos. A ncwb.lttallill1 vemof of the State m plaCe' orr 1"dt

her now, scarcely smaller an.fc.irccly! younger in the unknown in a 'clear voice, to punish a to the object of their foal t Wlrr was i it of Carlists_ have just arrived ..uhe : rozqueta.'tDOr

appearance. She Imfteil nniient and t reigned vain boaster; let the result be as God wills." when the bosom friend of Wilton avoided him Bastan to join the Stliand 10th bottallions! which FROM S IYRNA. qgJlS1

enough, with her hands crossed on her bosom and u Well spoken sain Le Cain bis face redden as if there was n contamination in his very blockaded f4 lison 3. By the Galfili. at Bo ton fro S t 4' 'of

J>er eves downcast. I asked the merchant her at once.Ins ing with passion at tho stranger's coolncs presence that the beautiful Gertrude welcomed No news has been received to-day from Mail; .! pcrs tl) tho 20th September ha:. brn 00
price ; it was moderate and J bought of the deepest the Peers is expected on the .I \ .1 .rb. .' I. .
The merchant brought her to my house, and disappeared 41 but arc you aware that your opponent is tho his approach with a smile riJ. l'h'ole of cu. : u i-; or anlzein .. h;

in an instant. Well, my friends, guess I host swordsman in the country 1" This information fondness Sho loved him and the love of Law Project of Finw'AV.J.II h --cording to all.I item throughout ha domnjn0';) : 1tt ct

: Thy astonishment when I fnin.1 I ''atleVa' Wind.- did not produce the effect upon the a heart like her'/changcs not with the ch'ingc! probability, will be adottJiwilhoul amtMidmenl, !t 1 1 too men had! been u1reacly
either the cmbodI
:. Ha I ha a clever t fellow that merchant' I ran at slouched hat that Le Cain evidently intended of the beloved-it burns brighter and wanner hut which will give riAe protests of the Cll un j rliJ. who corn forward and at\ at.1d
the orators l'U- volul
I of the Ministry or I
: once to the mairistraies but was the rogue already it hhould. In the same provoking nnd even as the shades of evil closa around it- object I I ber.part These wfllchVIII not at all alter I great zca and rnlhiwa: 'rn.eered L, aDca

gone from Pompeii. So I was forced to go home voice he ** Your language, cock- And Gertrude became the wife of Charles I protests ) 1 I The troubles i iwi.h in
I and the replied, my the character of tte: lacy, will seem to develope.} Syri i ...Mt by cape
pooryid
-:. in a felt very the ill eilect humor! of, assure It Inl). you"But; it was not her sparrow well becomes your profession : but i Wilton-and his victim also. She died early- the intentions ol M. Torcno with regard to the: :; an f'nd : the Syra'h: am 'cHnpfet"J f\Q

lault that she was blind, for she had: been so from young man, you had better ceaso your boasting I but not before every beauliful: blossom oilier difficulties which will arise from the execution of I j tho Pnc-rciaS! of ,Iho| J K.. t} dlSrlJ 10rt

her birth. Bv decrees we"got reconciled lo our and save your strength, for I assure you th.it affection had perilled-not before n dc.ithlike the adopted law. Every important modification, mcnl. and J Em.r. .I'dur.Vho h'ld y P (On ,"fIy( :

purchase. True, she had not the strength ofSta- you will need it nil to steady your eye, and withering had l ono over her heart, until it became of a measure 0:1 the! part of{ the Peers is i equivalent office under r t h., Vicirny. M 11 'Ms.It trar
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phyla, and was <>f very little use in the house, but guard your points."-The sword of the ficiy us dust, :and all its warm and noly feelings to its rejection; and this Chamber: created 1 b> so unpopular as scarcely r Cn d cr d
she could soon fin! Her way about the town as the bitterness and ab. the Ministry, can adopt[ no measure which! will i to be able1 heof
Frenchman was unsheathed in a minute, j gave place to loathing bad i \cnt his ves-id fcuvm* him )

Tell] as if she she had the eyes us ot home Argus a;handful and wh Dtsesterces n' stiangcr cooly followed his example. Thi* horrence. 0, there is nothing in human sllcIi. more el1tc1lheir- position, already ,eno.i Ol-t.rh.BAYOSNE 15. {,I joining tim'! ; CPIo-att> party.. foe-in a.Cr.7
brought
one morning, which she said she I bad got from selling irsol.nce is not to bo borne," aid Le Cain lug, like \vron2 and scorn from those whom Wt' The Commander of the' 5th Carlist lKiitali! of;; oil btt.tIO to express disapprobation d

ftme' : flowers she had gathered in our poor little putting himself in a posture of attack, defend loved and would die for-n.Ubing which so Navarre, demanded, on Ihe 10th, 2,000 rations of:;j cy which 31ch-snet: A Ii h:d i ihodu..j or

4 jMrden, we thought the gods had sent her to us. yourself;" and he commenced a furious. changes and chills the confiding bosom. And bread. wine and meat, fro ni the inhabitants of i t qu rt.. IllIG'I hid

So from that time we let her go out as she likes, attack upon the stranger. The one was all all this Gcrtru'I" full-and her high spirit sank Zubicta, and the Mayor be'irig unable rn procure belters to lbr Sib September !

filling her basket with flowers which she wreathes (fre and impetuosity-the other cool and col under the trial-shu perished; but the last moments more than 1,000, the Commander inferred from !; .Smyrna ivpnsnUd that the e'tr'il r eceyed! pl

jnto garlands after the Thessalian fashion, which lected. The Frenchman evidently had the of her existence were unsoothecl by the that circimiaitancc, that he was badly :fleeted to- in thy i'cloponntaut trf1Wt
i)1eases.the) gallants; and the great people seem to 1 and wards Don Carlos, and ordered bun to be arrest vcr: at an end 111
advantage in activity, while the strength voice affection At limes, indeed, a bloated ot the
for always I.er more ed. He was immediately brought before a Court iro-ip-i "overmru-nt hating
take her they
a fancy to pay I
ednirl0 I
I selfpossession of the other appeared to render loath-omo form bont over her pillow -the 0
than they r\> any other flower girl, and she brings Martial and sentenced to be shot on the tollowiair "-M-m? and dispersed th.- insurer.
all of it home to us, which is more than any other him fully his cqu l. Lo Cain, who hud wreck of all which gives hauty and dignity to day. Fortunately t for the Mayor, he contrived lo of *ih'7uj bad been cupiurcd "and%.a 011

slave would do. So I work for mysrff but'1 shall I depended upon his uperior skill finding himself manhood-arid a voice hideons from drunkenness make his escape during the night, and to crossover cooed. 1' were. 0

soon afford from her earnings to I Iwiy me a second repeatedly foiled, became more enraged murmured in her ears the disgusting to the French side ol the frontier ; he has J'raiiquility: hid hecn

Staphvla ; doubtless thp 'l'licssaliankidiiapper had as the contest continued His face was as words of an idiot fondness, to be succeeded since curio lo Bayonne.: lIe had heard of the of. S-inirw and! restored to the j h'' hid,

filolen the blind girl from gentle parents.il Am! red as scarlet, and his whole countenance be- by the ludo oath-the unfeeling j j\st-Ihe taking of Bilboa by the insurgents, and mentions tile ho. k, ovvry thing was rrcoveruJ f. 1
besides her skill III the garlands, she sing ant the of which that: official intelligence of time event had been : produced l>y the hte colla .
trayed hoigth passion, strongly ; indifference to mortil} suffering which o
plays on the eitlicTn, which also brings money; savage transmitted to the Commander of the 5th baltal- parties. A dt-plltIla.n h.ul rt-jn.rcd: t h\ -'
contrasted with the calm nnd collected I
countc- characterize the lost und .shameless; drunkard.
and but that is secret. ;
lately ; a lion. 'anlH1opleHtb expressions oft rCt,
Thai is a secret what' cried Lydon, 'art nance of the stiangcr.-This self pus; ssiop Let woman beware of the htemperato.: Lot Two battallions of Navarre continued in thencigfiberhoiul :t.lJlnbsiun. Invall 01 1 .

thou turned sphinx!' was noticed by Le Chain, and tended to increase her slum their presence a< the accur.icd of of Elisondo: and nnv and then exchanged The pJJina

Sphynx, no; why sphynx ?' his rage; ho shifted his ground, and attempted I IIt'aven-lh smitten with that moril I Inprosy shots with the garrison of the fort.O.i ',"pte'nh: hid Constanlin-sple: ollt:1el

'Cease thy gabble, goo.l mistress, and bring u to bring the faco of his antagonist to which is alike immedicable and lIl1l seapa"It'. : the Oil.., a ve-y interesting correspondence not increased, and :trJJ'

our meat ; I am hungry,' slid! Sphorus, impati- the sun ; his opponent turned 10 receive him Let her remember that: in uniting h''r destiny I was I':IIIJ.I: by the Queen's troops at the house of !pt. were entertainp.-l tlni the change if

ently. as steadily as if he moved upon a pivot continuing with that a.drunkard; is drawing down Don .Jnra' Alayora, parish Priest and piebenda- nion would exercise a beneficial Info.
And I too, echoed the grim Niger, whetting upon uv.-r its'progres.All bt 1.a
of Elisondo! : who has been since arrested and incsj
rv ( WJut '
to act on the dnTcn.:ive. The at. her head tho heaviest ofcimr.w. It betterto as 1.F
his knife on the palm of his luitul. only : were and tho
removed t for trial to P-.nipeluna.[ ; The papersbelong I diul.mntic cofpsnad left the np
:
The amazon stalked away to the kitchen, and tempt of Le Cain to blind the stranger hy the embrace the sepulchre, whose cold hall are dtf,
to the Cu rust .J ti 111:1: of Al.iva and M.I rf-ar ut{ ':() ;tni.Tho f
coon returned 1 with tray laden wilh large piecesof sun appeared to hive succeeded for he had hiutiled only by the spectre* decay It is May.Ha will, in all probability' he !!lOf. Greek Pjjlrun! ;

meal, halt raw ; for ,d, as now, did the heroesof no sooner turned him in that position, than the wedlock beautynnd pulhition-of polity General I Lorenzo is to take thpronr.irind of I tiC, rt Constantiono'! t.
the prize fight imai':nc (hey best sustained their the sword of the unknown man i advanced ..I'jjrtUT,! of rct-rcd h'r.v ;' }
misled .
and .
a parry, and pcslilence-tho. binding of a breathing Arn.v ui ti! itw arrival; of Gen. \Iill: : '
hardihood .and fcrocit t drew round the table I ho has I cn: l'r..i in.- : ..
; : they he received wound in the The (; i sue.l orders! p' iu-jj. coasptca'[ IIt
a deep sword arm. form of life to the loathsomeness of death. Spani-it OVCrilUlt'lit nas t'm)
with the eyes of t faml- led wolves ; the meat vanished ; I"f 1 otii? f!3tri: .:n-'d Wild,- O'i the IIf:
lIe still maintained his ground and salf-pos the Colonels of all I m the iririir.eiit.5 i in t the service to aniiquity! : of
the wine How('-I. So leave w<* those important I .I' 'r I. l
session but the cool and cihn: had send forth the 3J battallioii; of their o:rj>.: J.' t.e; I I. .1.: tj teXri'iti: .J.:. "r'n 8'CCC:
of classic: life follow the countenance
personages to steps his I OLD i\1 R. IlS0is.-Spc\ldng of old Mr. regiments of the North. ThU rrivasureviil:: :,,%> ,-'"tU.t.tIlt1l15t Mcln t 'p.htan of 'i'orniv.I..Y1'T. .
Burbu. disappeared ,face was flushed, every muscle I J
P. reminds us of n story When he first engaged cure a reinforcement of ooco'e ; men.

1 of his powerful frame appeared to be in navigation, he kept a ship chandleryand \" are assured that thc C.lrh.IIJve lately received .-- 'ihe! hlr .
: : 1
ort.rt.lln.
The Thessalian: t'.ive merchants were celebrated brought into action: ho shifted his ground with )1rrm. p'e, },
nt the head of Hancock's wharf a supply of 3,000 muskets. f>l"lite; :Is I ie! h-ivc 1>
for cnlw! nre"|, auj.sa
purloining v.oif; of birth I and education : grocery a t le ov of' n
p< the of
and his
speed lightning, blows with a The news oi the entrance of thf C;>rli: ts into:( 0 In- .
J.
:
it's Boston of tit n. rue iiraiii .,
and I of
they did not always>:ire those of their own conn ( wo nre. now speaking ) had 'pttrp-r-T ".j t
try. Aristophanes sneets bitterly at that people peed and force that showed a determinationto fitted out three schooners loaded with Amcir Bilb'a is doubted by many here; yet it is :. .ill L P'lli.ii I .'i!f. "c 'Jl!to''odit'jr.-Nt! iV-s 'Im 20.0001

bring the contest to a close. The change 1 1I I luinflnned me this, evening. To-morrow, ; wiH:! he =:rireil ll,:- :-: 1t
(proverbially tr earl. TO UP) for their unquenchable can produce for the West Indies, \\lnVh wilh n-q optvr.tnn, ar il iire gf gain by lhi > barter of flesh. of affairs in an instant altered the opinion that i his stock in store, constituted all his haps, I will be able! to affirm or contradict the re I :tor the w> !k.; :11tIe f pont; of the Della.I .

" Lc Cain had entertained of the skill of his an- I property. port. Viceroy: .-;' K,!.' j.t :I-,.; I} CH I for fcoine time Jil c
I ._ For fitting out these \'eo sels he became considerably It i is said this evening bat( tile CarlUt Junta! I ,
I-'. -- tigot.ist. lIe abandoned at once the assault t I HIST hi. a{w".i"! .. ti rcu.nrc.; % :. It b> eMI V
in debt, and as they had been long has arrived at L'idnch.PORTUGAL.. t 1td t. tit.11!: l b u I.t!! t. .r-4uee
I two U'illiouG
I Ffcm I Dtdhitm .1-lisr. and relied solely on his defence.-The stranger ft
absent without being heard from it was supposed aN: of c.Mt-M HI :!i.e or .NIXi.ir-,. The t:
. I pressed him his face 3"
THE SLOUCHED HAT. upon assuming a they were lot. The trudesnvi foundit I (Fr m the: ll.imNliire '!'e1eah ) dtillcithv I I \A tiitMi.t -Pi' ::.!.I'h. 1

vi A TRUE bTfl1t7t \ daiker blue, (the muscles of his mouth contracting inconvenient to wait longer for thoir This ::jornmg: the Sv>!io steirmer, Cipt. Fraser, c

In the H. thero with cvcry blow he dealt, shov\ing his toeih: pay i arrived fiom Lisbon, baviiiir: Iff: on Sunday last, I -
in
the
and .
year
appeared goodjy \vcro at length clamorous. Mr, P. whose .
as firmly set vice until I I -1 .\. M. letters fr-nn 0)01'10 r ::' IH, 1
I of Kost-in as a by a sweeping at Shbrought ;: (
town one Monsieur If Coin who C'jsh;
,
blow : : was expended, dealt out most of his I where:. she lour !hours and Colllil1 Thc Jtof..V rTfameiti
I he clashed the sword of Le Cain from ] stayed : Draftcf
from the ho
j
account gave of himself came to his hand], which left him completely at his j I goodto his creditors. There was ono blacksmith .vhich place ..h'a< 14 hours.: '!* H' B.inh sf-'i-(i"n Hniriso*.-There is t:.> cut r cioreiJe tf

sojourn nmon thorn for the purpose of In- Yield shouted} the die 1 It Itrnerc' ) howcvi, to whom he was considerably j tier, Ambrs.-5.idor; (mill Fninoe! to Quvci': D t f.-> r'T .fr..f{ from ill milieu .at sjnnt of party
structirg the sober and staid citizens in Ktrig- stranger, or Ii in tho who mentioned Maria and I will the t;".-oinH jiiou ,
of I arrears, but never to came passji'ir; proceed ro rnoi- iK.T3e I iviih i \"hir:1: il pu I
the death foolish
boaster. Le Cain
a eitliquiverizi
Street nt'lho sign of the Cat and Parrot, from : : \ I him th; aubje t or! his deht.lr.. P ruliod I row by: the Ca IlIm.1! !l'ilIl'r to H" \"rc, lor Pan., n- v.riu.is eveciinlo Oa-s-auciityui'private i!ie. I

", wheueo ho isrucd his cards ; giving notice thai; :: iip and countenance ashy pale, replied upon, and told him if he ever expected to be M. !Mendizalril: I, with despatches! also ctuiif ;>;issenirrr \ i-,isit-avwry I law, tiunn .UK! iv.iie, fir rtotl; J

at all hours of the day, he held himself in readiness : ; otinn: fota I ot'imnjolatsngat; its s; riuv th'tse who may wticjlly I
quota ,
: at his room to give lesion.in the tho science of defor.co ; but imy 11 kuo\y to the George Hotrl. Admiral Napier: : has resigned: i obi: -xicsis to {NJi'c{ decrees J
noble it would Kite.
be too "Never
exercise of tho brond sword. At I whom I yi''ld !" u i'lrit," replied the stranger as soon min I his ctiniman.l; but his: fLsg i is vet {flying, as ol"i.o, !ns been the :!\!,, of lj:; :!! iia.rn.! "!is ;pafiat) : t

his bills the bottom : i.i.not for you to !:nov ; to you, and 1 that, said vulcan, "I am not worried, if you c,':"ity smut lime miM cbpse! :; in wi.iJiug ujj hiaflairs -* Stj'YILLLtI: i! if.*:: is',: .1\.biJ: t

was appended tho following. Any these people I unu'd I arc not." A short time afterward.one cold; I wiili t the POI t fuguese (m'l'rUll1ellt. Htsiesignalion I and trsct .fI"{: ; :rI.:, i..ltt c..trr:> P i Ij I
,
. goon [ present ama I :
gentleman vho is so good as to join in the say" winter morning \.. P. was routed' from his ; wan m-rcli; : rogreUed l>y ail the uvl! xvi. : U> punish; He
:.: ltnusem.ent, and escapes three cus without a then iiicsM'tiger drew his cloak him rretIiultm)1i.and : slumbers by a loud knocking at the dour and I ers of the Government :f D;>;::ia bI.ri4. I iia.l ;j', ..i nl!.de with; r:''v tro.j} aiijiasoti >! mif: 1

parry to one attempt, will be entitled to twelve over [pulling hi: : on poping his head oit: of the window! h*' saw GIMI. D.Hh6a.1:; in li.fjjjarrhouai Eas! ; with I II I m. IicJiuis', ,Ihlltltc! rigors .,1.J severe dta: 1
: IcsEons gratis." This boa.st hut: over his eyes, leaped from the platform, and I I the Royal Bnttsli! Graiudifrs tilt I limit ii- estaW'ssheJ:; for ,
draw forth at I his friend of tin; heilJw1 I' Parson.-. a very fi.ie rl';!- i ; .i >st iupiss'il: : nnil.s: ,
? once the pride and feeling of all the immediately disappeared in the streets of the. :I Inch t, wrll u'o/hcd and appointed anil in a hi.rjl I I .-elf! a clrimeter lor; jremrr.iUhip wuichViae
young said ho, "I believe that is of schooner I
blades in (town who had ever donM Jove" town. I I one your state of discipline. Il i is expected: that: this re.ri ..N name (li)\vn to p.vsterify with 'l-isn'ng hon-

I or handled foil ; nnd Who this inil.viJu.il was, (who was afterwards < just this sad of the ca- ilc. lie lost noI ment and the Irish and Sco4h B-ir uliers" will! ot: j one to whom! our country at, targeanJ P.1r11 ,
in ,
t Were the encounters with many the consequence designated .ihu Slouched Hat) was not t !I}i t lime in throwing his el'tlios and repairing; kept up and retained in the service, but u .on Portuguese -I ly our brtl!>*r *dler! :: "I!., owe a tl
dapper French- known until afterwards, when it lo the wharf, ami I to his j')y found the black : L 'YGen.. Bacoa was at Liobon. UJM I i From Iii > ii--t i I,ioly enc-vauter; at Tipper-.nIJ
1' man.It all years was ascertained .
was in vain : the skill and activity that it Gotie the smith's suspicious co! n,'I:'i. She had arrived I Pedro having refused to confirm the sentence of to the death of 'I i-cuui-eli: lie Ji'lj.lyaJ: t t!!
was ,
regicide who
of Monsieur carried him through nil as it is well knowi concealed with a cargo of gold and nlwr, having sold j the Court Martial passed upon him, it hut not, of I as a general xv.ucFi cctilier envy IK>T mfehowever 1 I
was l for
triumphant. This success tickled his pridr, of in this a number all her produce at a great profit. In less than' course been carried: into dl ct. A dcop and general cormurthcir W3PUlIS-mar be re-1

and to gratifyhis vanity, or more perhaps to years country from the veiijrene- feeling: of regret was becoming very prevalent e.1 l by sopeistry. tldsei.oiid; .1 nI l caliunny, 30''
I I 14S hours the other two arrived under sinilarcircumstances.
1 extend his celebrity, nnd to increase the number of Charles II, tho son of the murdered ling I ,. both in Lisbon and Oporto at the death of l rob him o. Hilt there is no lime) :l1tl'

of his pupils, he caused a stage to be erected -' This was the foundition; ui I Don Pedro it being firmly believed that be was virtue so pure, that may not be po Pld; J b>;

I on the G JltTRU DE.-nv the great fortuur which ho altt-rwards accumu rejll/! sincere in his determination to carry: on all!1 venom of s.in: common, ulitch ho
j armed upon" daily ap i JOHN G. WHITHER. lated. It i is needless to say; ti! it the blacksmith necessary reforms in the spirit: of the charter! ;: ( teller of General llavri
: that penred, cap n pee, giving challenge, I 'Do you know, Gertrude, the opinion prevalent was paid to his heart's content-and Ifl.)(- I'h:I.1I it K' fi' red DIHHl..Mafla wi'I not do, un Jostrnal d )September "27, IS.;!, :si U1WbC!

., ivith be was ready then and there to contend in the neighborhood, in regard to Jour. I than that, on tin return of each ami.il thanksgiving I I the tutlatrc of Tapia and PalmcILi! who arsicrelly :. deeply regret v-v cannot at present;iveeati.?,

naked blaring against t all new comcrd. friend Wilton ?> i till the end of Mr. P'; lif', hid family di-'ciples! of the old!. absolute sebool. The, ieJm'th:1tthe General b.id h-in invited to a1'!,::
;
This wns n coolr r-to engage in' friendly .Mother,' said Gorlmd, with a forced composure was presented with a box raisins and barrel Count Pih..i; !! is the-most intimate confidant and a cel''bralion lo be uivvnat laili.iiiop.ifo.h'in i I -
a
passage,* with htuloned foils, uVre nothing 4I 1 know of nothing to his disadvaiata e. .: of flour. Such the character of that- adviser of the young <)''ieen. 'I'hc! country continued :, i honor, as the invitation I exprcssnUof t'ner*

TVas exposed [but their vanity, was what had I know he has enemies hero-biller eminent merchant was I I in a tranquil state. The army \\'.'s so ry :obtained! at the Tlnmos over Proctor aiwjj
been and could bo endured by the ble ciiemie.- implaca Ebcnezr Parsons. well disposed towards the present state of the I cus-h bv the Americ.ni: Hirers un.lerCen.ljriso.iand
who would!
.: flialorj.onhe town, hut to face this young glu- I know-too ,that gladly sacrifice bun [New York Corn.T Government, that nil the slightest: apprehension I tot! Joussos, on the 5th or()C1 t.
their
Captain of the gunpowder tongues hiVe not been of disaffection existed, should! Don Miguel! make 1313." Gen. Harri.olJ as the l"mmal.1cr'

,but.'wae Louie in tho mortal com idle-that defamation in its foulest nature has the rash attempt again to enter the country. Theharvest in that hllll'hieJ! : airied; his s,) much J
not for a moment to be of. AK.E CARE OP YOUR FEET--TllC cirCUIllslanccs "
thought been
plentifully bestowed been abundant. 'iofanfiijurfuthat
had
on a virtuous and I expresses tiiehoncsl; iiuliijnlit: ,
,
IOD:5ieur'LH'Cain, had his stage entirely to I Gertrude,' said her mother, 'I I know that most apt to cause diseases, are where the person morning which sat for three hours nt Ne- made: to 'despoil him of !his jiis.'ljr! earnedbij(

himself, upon which he continued daily to renew the world sometimes condemns unjustly. I I remains inactive and where consequently cessidades, i remaining nil that time in close deliberation I anti tt) insult and w.Jlhl! Ifeelings? by pretea-j

his challenge, give point and cut direct know that defamation has sometimes hunted there is nothing to counterbalance the unequal I supposed to have: reference to matters i that the victory was ohlarcl; aai'er! tlicca Ccopartnership

upon tbeC.empty air. the and I flow of blood, which then takes pla'e tcwauls high import, such as the Queen's Marriaue. : ofl : :}another odlcer assyciated1 taw

It was nt one cf those daily exhibitions fame pure of the virtuous and and blackened the fair the internal parts : for it is well known, that a the diplomatic relation between Portugal and i luandvith h 1I'A .statement fj'sc: in f'c'1involving .''
upright But to .errornnt
praiseworthy.
I other
States. i
palpat.le
( too
when an absurdity |
nn unusual large number' hen person in ordinary health, may walk about or t
were looking \ so much is averred respecting \Viltol1'h MEXICO. believed: utr.rcJ. but UY
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on to witnce his dextfrilv work in the air, with feet for hours or cmt .
( in wet
cutting and fluur- friends and foes alike acknowledge his open (From thcCommcrci.ilBy I' dtigo'noicr.) who -ini'fm'l pirtisancnlto : p' Itcat; ;; U '

------ Slnngand listening to the oft repeated chal aberrations., the one by open attacks on his together, provided he put on dry stockings and I the brig Mary, arrived nt this port from I eflec: by NO base an n-ssertiun. 'fheSW.tV9

lenge, that a man step out from the crowd, and reputation, the other by doubtful shoes immediately on coming home. It there Vi-ra Cruz, Mexican papers have been received to 0 \ none* lur.tr .since, Gel Harrison ififcrBaat

Very colly walking forward drew his glove from and expressions of real regret, and an whispers evident,t foreis not the mere state of wetness, thatcau, the 17th October from which we have collected T :1 u.y Hall with tue same Went an t,

his band and cast it upon the platform, in token withdrawal of their former and ses the evil, but tho cheeck to perspiration, a.nd I the following information :- pose. Vw, in this very city, where we,our*

of his acceptance of the challenge. liea8.COmpkteIy warm confiding the unequal distribution of blood, to which the Tranquiliiy: continues to prevail, both in the well' rerr.emoer the enthusiastic admirtVficli ,
friendship, we may justly fear that the.re is indeed capital 1 and the Stales but have General received anJcare sw
Ihe
accompanyiug coldness rise. Comb's as we on formeroccasions \ I I v33 .
invclopcd in a large dark colored some for gives -[ *I
reason such !
cloak a change ; that our predifled an opposition to the present imnmcdiaeiv. after. that \ .cturv. Thewji
Health.
of coarso materials, which in the I young ingenious friend is yielding to the faci- Physiology applied to despotic .and oppressive government begins to ter is nerlectlv! understood. The" o b.:cct tDtr I

act of drawing his glove) flew open, and disclosed nations of vice-gliding gradually and almost /COURT manifest ns
0 t6 the view of the astonished: by-stan- imperceptably down that fearful path which P"HONOR.-Amoug other regulation the publication of a new j-uirnal, ululer! fora political purport'rxci.xvofGtn ; Jt

ocra a ponderous,brid sword buckled to his leads from the perfect light of virtue and holi*, of the ANTI-DUEI.MNG ASSOCIATION, roecnlly the title of OoosifiOJ and it was nlrenikrumour---- ....". : Harrison wj hapC1"0It

,thigh 1-_ .,that judging. _Hum. its size, would be use- I nes!.. ,/ formed nt New Orleans, it is enacted cd that it.Santa.theO'O'crmnenl had determined to sup It h.! unruled (o succumb io 'Le J csloa.artisans Jd1thidOubt '01 .

: /essinany.uutttie nnnds of" \\ hue Wallace," 'I will pover believe il-nevci !' replied' that no challenge shall bo accepted by press {.- of Van Uuivu. But Col. heart IL".,
Anna jhii
any had his
or a Donglcss again changed two of 'his not, from ti.e bottom of
'- with of the Uoody hcait." This, Gertrude, her clear blue eyes lightning up of its members, from an intoxicated ,man, from ministers, having lately appointed} Grn. Victoria, I the conduct of those who would wish -to 2
together
a slouched hat, ctinstiluted .the with peculiar 'Mother a professional duellist or during a Minister to the War bttl14U'ed
energy. you arc deceived repast or n Department, in place of him with plumes stolen from the
whole '
.of his visible! costume.. Ho appeared alike banquet/' Another of the is Gen Moral and Don Pedro of that .
by the avowed enemies and the regulations that GomeValdes to the a brother uJJiI er. It nsofoappfl5i! .
iztli r above the common -ize\vjih a form that false and cflvious friends of Wilton. Believe "the insulted person is to have choice of arms; finances, in place of Senor Lcbri u. / The, ap Harrison Ins ahvavs ct-enjhc tuns* ready, C

denoted great .strength and activity.( mo, I have not.reposed my confidence in a and in case of a blow and the arms shouldbe pointment of Alarnan.to the premiership lias been has repeated in this letter, to bestow uPa
The Frenchman at first I delayed,till the new Congress meet, and in the Johnson the utmost praise for ga 31.1 Yq'bicb .,
appeared utterly. strnngflr. I know Wiltou to. be virtuous and I pistols, he i is to have the first fire. Hpr.who d
confounded. &, ibis unlocked mean time this favorite has been elected Representative last mentioned officer displayed ioassault hIS
for strikes the
occurrence; honorable. -And who let me ask are the tra- first blow, whatever may be he to that but body by the State of Gnanaxuato. in :hat battle, and :which
recovering himself in a moment,.he,'with i ducl'rs .of his character! ?' Her beautiful lip provocation he may have received, l loses the He will be one of the leaders in the House of- equal, at I least, if not surpassing thef faD08S tbt

ihp politeness and urbanity of his nation, invited curled into'on expression of ineffable scorn, choice of arms, No arms are allowed l>ut he Deputies, and a strenuous'supporter. of the measures of t Col.! Miller at Lundy's Lao'eBua

his daring opponent! ascend the fljage.; as she replied to her own interrogatory ; 'falso pistol and the small,S\.ord." of the 'Camarilla, or Kitchen Cabinet. asks with great force, did any one ever 121

T .lbyfsUindera, when they had 'I The Oppotition the brilliant at 'LundY'gained *
recoveredJfpyfrpir.BuiprUoti hearted wrctches-creatures of envy and malice alluded to above, remarks, that ncheivement
| ; $ H'u of though the States of San.Luis.Potosi La "the forces under thc com 1Jo4cl
challenge Lc Cain who would as soon daro the falling thun- The Indies'or Ursuline Puebla, by .
being flcccpred,, were very.eager, to ascertain derbolt confront the tie Convent havotaken Q ueretora, Durango, and Guadalaxara, have been Brown and Col. Miller," or that victory
us '
S ,Who,this fearless being wa. MVhoisrmf i indignant glance. of 4heman'they steps for resuming the duties of ,iheircommunity conquered ;hy bayonets, yet the patriots have not Orleans was gained by "ilie"forces under t
have :
and ". what is.he t" .BO fouly injured! so barbousJy interrupted by the been subdued. Jackson and one of bis colonels?" v =of

irofen' were question reiterated 'Gertrude spoke from the; impulso' 'o'r her destruction of their buiidings at Charleatowri. The Journal mentioned above says: "Well in- :also a fact, .that Gen Shelby in the W"Thnmes *,-'.
< one ld'anothprbnt who he CO1
was, I par't. She could not boleivethat such a man 'They hav :removed' to Ro'xbury, near Boston formed persons write from Vera Cruz, that Sacta was a superior, officer to. > '

Jcoew, nnd .1 o one .could te'l.cb1vcd o 'i l l U ?#.'cpuld ''dba'se. hi1usel.f.. to und l'POSOrc.Opefliflg:1 their school 19 Pe-, Anna has given orders 'that a gr portion of the : and contributed, perhaps, by hll dmoU
!
him'.untJl holjad'separate f9 ihc troops of reserve, stationed at Yucatan more to'the result of that victory
.io prorunJt ncsBj. ;jbat.b? 't who e nature. comtjer. T .: a mountIng l officer.
to 2500 men, be directed, without delay l to -s au; or any other subordinate
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IL5IUrn4NoIaterdfhc8&01P': the Caribta hafrtentk. :in BHboa/ HMJHnduced provaiTcd Westn art,4S/sh; Uhardl/get conclusive mG/.N'I.4 81'ArE'L07TER.Y. cieiai WJi

thorn to malce the,: attack, 'by' representing the information' bj the maillrof( a day or ,< QbD n .

W.Q m greater part of the population to be friendly the two to come., So, waiting the 'official accounts 15 Prizes of 5 OOO. L. JTattk-Jtofctrs and..tsyorlen: o/ .**$_" Gas
trA1bUa. 9URDAY
,
cause of Don French
Carlos < The have Jevakpead Fancy articLes*
garrison was smal! we ,thought we ,bt as Well l tell ,
bit its TICket1I..f. .. 000..Halves. .. .
devotion 9 $5 00
DECEMBER 18. : to the new' order of out, readers all know
we AVE rcccited
,. dered things ren unofficially bout the Drawing TOf ntjfaeir c*'
I it invincible. The Urbanoe at Alexandria 13th Dec.-For tale by the JEX.
tabGshmcnt
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and the' matter. Whether the on Monroe-ct.
i young one candidate or the subscriber.VM. .
of WILSON.
men the
been town
joined the byltie an-ivals from New York
troops, Sod marched othei be elected, it i is certain that the Admin December 13th. 1831. ,
SfjXM th'sc, by the Roscoe, published last against the enemy. The Carlists suffered dreadfully '' a \1'ge nsnnntent among which
., ired'thaD dates from New York are up tor,29th. from l he constant fire kept from the Con istration candidate received Cower votes at Notice. ____'ace the follow ing YIZ:
up
JtCtt. Our latcst vent of Saint Frdncois this election than he did at the General election J Gold and kiLTer Watcher, Ladies
that ; which has (
: The Journal of Commerce says no assumed the I in October. J OlIN BLOCKER, Esq. is my Watches-, Gold Earrings,
of
II appearance fortress.:
a .
thnuh the market The legitimists legally authorised
; bad talcn plac-) was have here agent during ? Breastpins Pirj jerrin8, Wacl
*?-cion were anxious to rea1isc. This I received letters from Bilboa, and they ac my absence fmfn the Territory.Dec. Chains and patent Keys, Gentlemen.arid Ladc:
and hoMers knowledge that Zavala lost an immense number From the New York Journal of Commerce. 13th, 1834. [18-2* WM. TItADE WELL. Guard Chains Shirt Buttons and Studs (111 erer1 uVrstood as referring to e prices of THE METEORS The plain and
ht'. men. meteors came according the the Untied cut glass Beads of description
. By President of Ststet. every Ink-stands.
in
theH2d
of as published
j ;be&b and l1(1t tho c: to prediction of several scientific Bronzes, &c. Perfumeries of the bestTjOaljty i
of Orleans on the 2Glh are quoted tsbc23 STEAM Nxvr. gentlemen WHEREAS by the Act of Congress, approved Pens Ladies'Bo-its of !patent
I&t. Sales -The French are building steam ; among them Professor Olmstead of day of June, 1834, the President every aizej Sdssors, Pockct-
: and for a small lot.0C extra quality 25 navy. Five vessels of is Book, Baskets for ladies and children,
es 160 horsepower are finish Yale Colledae, and a correspondent of this authorized to direct the Register and Receiver of Bead-Bags,
e Aralaclncola Gotten at the same.date is quoted ed, and six more are nearly so. It is expected Prof Olmstcad and the Tallahassee Land District, to make sale at Public India Rubber Bracers,Pistols,-Percussion ,Look-
a below the Cotton of the that at (the end of paper. a largo numberof Auction of one fourth of the Lots ing-GIasses &e. &e.
tr11. which is a gjade this year, the French will have in ths Town Tollahasscf.
tho i October
Our exchange papers from BostonW n steam navy of 24 vessels with : College Faculty and Students sat up of S'. Marks in the Territory of Florida! according 11, 1834. (9tf) _
DNrict. ,
a of 317:2 I
S .. 0 ,__.,.?.- rit1nf' ottoa. at ntwiirifll prices5 be- horses. Steam has made a new era power in the world.: during the night of the 13th, anxiously] wait- to the plan of the Surveyor General of said Territory -I FRESH GROCERIES.
fIUuv -*-- ing to whether the : Now, know ye, that I, ANDREW JACKSON t
see
d ani
piophecy founded
tho The tubscribef Acw
there was none in the market. It is to be cx- on President of the United States, do hereby declare and just received and offer*

fan l'lthatFpecu.atorsm t New. YorJcrill I endeavourie The lion. Ada Byron.-The child of the late history of the meteors would be accomplished. make known that a Public Sale! will be held at the 30 BBLS. Flour,

'angJ ] market until further advices shall )he Lord Byron, says a correspondent, is a lovely At about three o'clock they were gratified with Land Office at Tallabasse, in the Territory of Florida 10 do. Buck-Wheat,

10 errtlS J. ':rpo:1. Planters will of course cite creature, now about eighteen years of age. I saw he begining of the shower, and it continued for the disposal of the undermentioned lots in 8 do. Water Crackers
rived from her the other (for hour. the Town of St. Marks, Florida, on the/mrlA ./ ,
The
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each side an
day
fV( their own) di<=e.ction; bulfrora a careful: cx- ; of her temples was meteors were not so numerous Jay of January next, viz: 25 boxes Raisins,

'teddfc iminaliofl of the subject we sec iWgrounds for approadag covered hair her with many plaits of braided fine brown as last year, but iu all other respects thc Lots numbered 1,5,9. 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 33,37,41, 20 do. Cheese, _

{ a pcnnmcui decline.r ; high relied brow is a perfect model) fora appearance was the same.Y'e havo this 45, 49, i)3, 57, 61, 65, (59( 73, 77, 81, 85,89,93,97,101, With" an assortment of all kinds of Croccm rC'r

' phrenologist ; from wha.t I have observed of engravings statement from a New Haven gentlemen and 10., 109, 113, 117, 121, and 125, as represented upon sale at the lowest crush pnice.GEO. ?

t fly and Lady, arrived in town last Thurs- busts, i EAtov ther the late accuracy. hi1'o'not General of the
Lord
the dutirs Byron. The organs of benevolence I Territory of Florida. December 6.-I 7t1 rt. a
will immediately enter on '
j cening He imitation, and ideality (that intellectual as yet heard of tho meteors being seen in any The sale will b-i kept upen for two days on!}. :
asp A salute! was tired iinmiliatc1y after : Given under Storage Sf Commission
0bIS Office and mental organ which breathes in eerline of other place. my hand, at the City of Washington llttsin ss.-
public dinner will be given him thslarge : this 21st day of November, A. D. 1831. subscriber will receive
; irrval.and a Bvron' P S. COTTON
Since the
toted : : works,) I was enabled to perceive above was in type, we THE and Gop
number of our citirens.: For several very ANDREW JACKSON. Storage, or dispose of Produ-e
t r ,. a ? highly developed, as were also the intellectual fa- perceive that Professor Olmstead has made a Ry the President: sion. ,His Warehouse is on commis
have devolved
' 'iithsita"t, the F.I.f'cutldUlles on cililies of comparison brief communication EUJAH HAT fire- comparatively secure f.-om
e\'enumlitylocaJiI.v
!! casu- on tho subject lo tho WARD. W. C. MILLER.
' y.: >V.Ltr.a, who has discharged them in! surh a ulity, and mirthfulness ; the eye, though not very I New Haven Herald. He'etates that the presence Comm. of the General Land OlHcc. Feftrti

J;'d tlnl' r as to sc.-mc approbation of all parties. large, i is peculiarly penetrating, and the countenance of the moon permitted only the larger Dec. 13, (18-7w) Mr. WM. MAKER, Tallahassee
beamed Col.! JAS. GADSDEX
with great expression and intelligence. MARSHAL'S SALE. JefiVrson, or
and
. NEW-YORK Nov. Her more splendid meteors to be seen. The Messrs. CmaoLM TATLOR
1 statue' is rather above the middle virtue of Execution 4- Charleston.
an
issued
'im| have been New size and her number o! them though smaller than that of IN and directed to St. Marks, Nov. 29. 181-1-J5-G\\

}! *.-The arriVals li"ie\ from person is strongly formed ; the face me by the Clerk of the Superior Court for the --

bt .or1can. '33, -'krida, I G"lria, 1387, RoO'llh CarojinaG9ii is round, mouth very small, and voice very sweet.Birmingham last year, was much above the common aver County of Leon, district of Middle Floriday, I shall NOTICE 4 *1& ""

Z'1.r.b Caro'ina 1757, virgeni! J41 PI.iladc1phi'1 ; [ Jour. age. They began to be frequent early as proceed to sell on Saturday the 20h day ol Decem- ..1. LL pcrson? having claims against the ,EsTife? of

,1 ;-To:3.l f8 j bales. T".al import, sin"C' four minutes past one o'clock, when a fire ball ber nex, for cash, to the highest bidder, in front-of d SIMPSON WIUCN, l\tc cf Gadsdcn County,

? fr 15'ost.IGOH; : bes. Export fro.n 1st to 0th int.ba1e. We learn from the t'(Wayne (Indiana) Sentinel of unusual splendor blazed fourth as a signal. the Court wroughtiron House in BANK Tallahassee SAFE,-a it very is about superior six feet patent are ticatcd hereby, to the notified sul>icriber to present, wtb"ul them ilay-and, )properly nutlien-.

tonJCi 2iJ '. Bl.1! s have l 1-eeu made since our last rel1i. tint a treaty has just been concluded between From this period they continued to fall ot a long, six leet high, and four feet deep, with double indt-btcd to said Estate ?m requested to make persons.

'I '. North Carolina at IS, and of Apahchicola at the Miami tribe of Indians and Gen. Marshall pretty uniform rate, until daylight was far ad- doors, cass and drawers complete. It will he sold ment, krou1C i.uc1y. MAP.aARKT WIISONKxtrx.pay

A ffin'1 lot of 'eM" Oflcins: brought C.r: >c. the United States Agent, by which a con- vanced. It to satisfy the costs, charges, and expense* decreed by LEVI R. WILSON, Cxor. i
i'lerabe! portion of the lands of that tribe has was estimated, that a thousandfell I said COUP, in a cau.c wlisrein the Central Bank of Qtiir.cy Gadsden C-D.c: 6 f 17-81-'

yq been ceded to the Uunited State The location during the night. Their directions were Fiends V---3 complainarr, an J !the Merchants and For New i" '
COTTOX.
of them is thus described. ., more remarkable than their numbei and afForded -i Planters Ban of M* uolia, Tho, G. Gordon an : York,
Thi<: ariiH! Ln tlec'ined since our lau icport.vwJanipnmc With the of small Edward. Scixas were de1endaiw.TROS. Brig ARATIIUSABnlQnTkavil)1
exception
a Turilete'tvn more
Itrf'I reserve at unequivocal evidence of the inden- "
: at IGto 10i. Ordinary r.nd ES TON RANDOLPH. 'i; \ part cf rgo encaged-wall !have ill. Jais
the head
If We (' on waters of Red I
River, and a I lily of the phenomenon that of last year.I Oct. 9. ia31 mediate ilo.mtcli.. For
15*.. :1"1 J-v '"':is us n?ar !00 bales, reserve nhout nine miles j\1:1r ;kd. balanpc'otlrciglit'
1 1.10
fa.r q'j.ire, near the mouthof They appeared as brf\.i;!. to radiate from a The above Bank Safe 'or Iron Chc-st t c -u b? een :?y ?00or( 1'.5o';{,h\\'ill; ? PXtensive accommodations,
Stt d B Mart Slt". !.ja-* )looked for a week or lcJ lll1'SfIt:1 thc Aboife, a!! the' !lands of tile Miamies, north rommon: centre, and tint centre was again in at the l late Banking-house ii Ma;noln. npjjuUMo; : the Master a: St. Marks.--Nor.29. [2tY]

. fr f > if r 'vcre not !l-roid: enou li. JSIii-.y. able J tli'the) Wo bash River, including a track of five the constellation of Leo. jN B -Will be sJd at thc sam! timr mil' place INDIAN AFFAIRS. '

Ph11er' arc s or'"i'T, c.Vcu'atin on liigt.cr jT1'S, as '. fciic3! m width, extending from thc Wab-ish; to -- ,._-o ..J.._ a Screw Press, one pair of Scales a Weights! fur ValUE \Var Department has entrusted :

iici-3} .on a--t1..1::""">, and maof tlum arc in the Ed llivcr, have been ceded to the United State, Gold, one Table and_ one Dsk.For -U .1.-._.\_ ._.f- .il\v. ., ..r.._*T.,_ tt'ri.... .J.... .tIt.:.mo.. the.t.A.

,r !:1ft'kelhl'-i., L, r'? Ihns to make up for deficient and also a portion of the Great Reserve south of iiARi1TLIST.PORT Sale by ./Illclion.n'IIE ; -J, fur slaves- --0":0 and other- prjhry'I'U al.'cdged: -" 1..1etninlks tnt :

itis juiiipiiJnciion.. 17 ctutN are Ssircu. Tor priioe in the Wjbas.h, extending from L"ffansport'six milrs h I ire bcm stolen by them, anti for thc paymont rfw

lit WanH" .l'", and o h"i qu,I'iiies! in p:.-portion.Fre I j I up the river, and 3-1 ,miles: back making in the UF-. 'Ml1. MAUKS.' I .a. r-v PLANTERS Thomas Brown HOTEL. and formerly occupied.: hiili seven thousand dollars have been npnropriated.1'
' E--q. at CLiimanis
whole ---- -- present by- are submit thir
: : ( uf( -- requested 1 3 claims l
I 1. upwards 200,000 acres. I IAIlID cs-
t\l\I1'lah :d Ch.xt loJoa 81. Mr. Kidder Moore
hts t to a. i we'l Known as one nf the b.'s: taMishod by evidence, without delay, as I desire to
cd S (Angu ta r"our. Dec. C. I II11 II n\T. 4, schr. Alr. Vun: fiom Monlc Bay filiations tor a Public House now in 'ra'laha, elm::; the iinvsti albn arid Report to ths! Department

I Mn.LcnccviLLE, Nov. 12.-Citation fern (Jamaica. )) with Grants, &c. I* master. C..lrtamlnll1 [ I will he offered at Public Sale un the premise : by the 23th of DIJ: iUtJ/ I' eJ3un; at fsirthest. POtage *

rr.IUX'JC1' MONTH ; .Montreol has Justice Brlduiu.-In another column will bo "- Idt at Momcgo! l.iy: sclir. Veto, Stnrtivant. for Monday tiie 15th January: 1835: 'It' .' N cw Ut Icu*, 115 -, I'abius fur H'jise is in ood order with every necearv con- WILKY I 1'liuMPSON '.1nd.An't.
liolaiit' day
or h':1 I the fo.l't'II'!' uieinpl of all civilI'liy seen a citation, signed by Henry Baldwin ; :: ir. Hooper, U. '
' lor scvor.tl, successive I a Uahimjro, in 3 tayS! v venence: attached to it, a patrular criptfon ofthe _Seninck \':cneyStli! Oct. 1831 ((16.3wJ b .
'i s!U1\\ nights prcccctlingiirbiisi of the Court _
Judge Supreme is deemed it -
requiring the 5th -chr. as presumed
property
iri rin.ikti Lady Wash n'/_/ion, Swami, 4 days from unnecessary
3i I, d.i'.e: Tlitv < as appears from Stat Georgia to appear before that tribunal New Oilcans.: \vih fii.nlrIJi, .-.u, whiskey. &c. to sun any disposed to purchase a property sr rapidly increasing STORAGE. o/C .
i} : ije: .:cr' "!iotj? tn t.o! il-uilrnl I I Daily Advertiser, of dries. in value] will examine it and jnd for tJR '
m
), on a \\ ill of Error, in favor of James I undersigned JMS large and convenient \VarcIRfliCS -
t0! ol"1l111f the *hber..ls"
; ihf iTtli jttt. ( or "re AI.ld.! themselves. for
Brig Davis thc
cront(1 tisn of
-\paladlicob. I Storage GOODS and COTTON
0u 0t t dm ") aith c.-i'tiiiiJ I; :snoinhcrs of the "conscromi1 Hogg Smith, a Cherokee Indian, who has S i1r. Plough Boy, Guci-.t', rroin'Kcy West, with 'Terms of Sale-One half cash, thc l.alance Ob a I Colton bdtppeil! : to an? port in thc'United.- free froM

: 01) :ln'.al: and churcli: ami state t party, and : heen tried convicted, and sentenced for murder c..'ii.ce.. to A. C-a'n'c. credit of one and two year, with Interest from tie I I ixll charges for light rtgc, 4-c.

"'cicrl1ufiI'Jl'iltirl'ly tn them ; .and it is to the in Walker Superior Court. The Nullifiers -- r day of sale. R. J. HACKLEY, Au. COWARD SEfXAJS.

It"q 1 firbcaranre; : of) the l liberate; under cit ciinistancs of with their unfaltering hostility to the Federal A LL N O TIC R. N.Ta'lahasse B.-53 ,Shares Dec. 6 Central[17-Bank t'] Stock for sile -lf.nolj.1________________PKi.___ Nor i _, ; .ifi.jw ..
( ; il:. r.r.Jtc exilleinent; provocation, thai: tIe I Union persons arc cautioned ajninst trading for a by I -
have and CourtHouse lor
Alverli! cr altpb'Hes the fact; that the [ planned produced; and are 1'- Ct-rUiu! Pr.imisory Note ol "iuind, given by thetIlcriIJr R. J. H. Leon Comity.
conscquencosv *
err a< \ moicseriou*?. I lOW employing thiii interference with our jurisdiction l'nFive Hundred Dollars! and made pay- Jl Plantation for Rent. THE uude.-sij.ied Commissioners foi the C.mnty '
>
in order to infuse into the hearts of alle to John!! G. Smith, or bearer. Said note was giCiI Leon, will ieeir scaled Propo-ah until ihie
One of the organs of'the conservative parly: the \ '.oncl.nc! about! thc 2tfih of February last, and WILL rent PLANTATION Its of January neX't for [he erection ofaCOR1: .
(L'.kmi iu People, ,; ) has the following coup d'j'il ofhis' peopl**, a violent hatred for the General made paya'de. on thc first day cf January next The I I>eon! ing to C.pt. Jr,)hn P. HOUSE fur said Couat\; The Contr.etoriitniih..'

/'( lat ie t,f tiling* in Montreal:- Government, Thc whole i iq n plot of Nulifi- consideration for which wud nine was given, having Duval, one and alnlf miles! N. of in-j all the m1.t rials. which must be of ri-od f' 1a1it -

b 4'ic.e Great Briuni i ive to our Province her ? ers, designed i to pi oduce a collision between entirely failed ; I am determined not to pay it unless Tallaha eclfir the ensuing year.It and must tina; cat what time the worTc.will com.) i

iii I line ConMitiuio! ;!, n.) .r.ndian cit). hath t I g l ocn I IlIlli the Federal and State authorities. In one of compelled by law. his contains ci;ht hundred acres men-e and when the same wi:! he ompletqj.A .: I

, : in a situation similar; : te) that in winch I Mon j the Courts of the Cherokee Circuit JOHN; X PIGG. of excellent laud, 200 of \vhica phn of th_- Building and 1 all other! necessity in-' ,' .'
,1',1 It-rn Supreme Nov241S34. 18if mark are cleared ; and there is on the plMc a comfortable! formation. can bs had i.y appli'a'ion to either of tIt! :
!IreJUtl'! during! tli1: l.isi; liiu-f-n d!;' < ne' one
y ; I an Indian after a fair trial was convicted of Dwelling, House, a Mill for grinding: corn by horses; undersigned Commi5. iuner- :
lss erd *ucii a $ of disorder Jind desohti Orleans Packets.
sjeeHct )
| murder ; and the Nullifying Judge who presided and in shr.rt, every building whicli is necessary ard BiN C II AIRES, }
iI.I'JI': ijvi-st s.lcrl'III:1c.mICIJJlletl: pro- The schooners LADY WASHINGTON requisite upon a plantation. JAS. S. LINN :
at his trial oftcr verdict of I
perues vima'ed and destroyed!, Htizcns basely atbckcJjnul : a "Guilty Clip P. H. :OWAIM, & WASHINGTON D. M. SHF.VFiFXn, !:q. J. HACKLKYTj !

t : 'nass-iere: ,l i'i the mill-lie of the streets; ,I postrpH'd the execution for fifty five days. Capt. M. SWAIM, will run Attornov in fa't for Jno. P. Duval.Pro. Coinn-.jssioncrs for Leon County. i pa.,

1\ fie; ciiy refunding) night: and dJwith cries of I Why this extraordinary delay ? In order to relltlily! .Iurinz the bent-op, every month as Packets, !'\I"- G :h1534_ : -17.4wNOTICI T.)1I1\!1l3 f'e, Ort. 2Sth, 1331. J12trj

flcl ''I btrlj'ild 1 .>f fury; the faliicrs and :mothers! : of f urn'tcs nl'.nw'! time for an application to the Supreme between New Orleans and and til. Marks.Dec. --- -- .

:! fviibang! : fjr iheii children, and wives i fortirh Court, and the interposition of that tniH nal. .__----i I I iUii.: I lti.-ts.G1: _\ _______________ .I If !',-_,-, *.vj''vva tkir I thaI! apply to thc JmUc of! PROCLAMATION.

1 y;nnJI; manv flying fiom th -irownd\\"d counsel the For New York Jli": County Court of ILirnihnn C, -
Nullifying apply to Supremo Courtto >uiit.y; six K.
l ln GEORGE WAKKER
.
IM ; ( y.'k reywiscafaroS', : ThisH i the d' aii! ,
coup The substantial week* after date, fur Letter' or A.il>ninUtra'iii on the
and the decision of new Dri ANTIOCII
tuiTsl reverse the State ; Secretary and G
Acting of
1 vcinor the
vUh Montrejl
: ; offers of
i to Estate Territory
our view. of WILLIAM UNDEUWOOP, Into of saul i County
\ Cnpt. FREEMAN', will sad with de .ntch. Florida
Court. Whv this ? Do ,
c.rVJ application they hopeto deceased, this the 6th of December .
-- For frt-ifUl of about lOll bales, anpr! to diy 1ST! ;H' 'cb.' dechrc and make known
I Ilr
Ir. LA;. \JtXJcC-Uv the schr.! B' e, which! procure a reversal of the judgement of the the Captain on In-ard, cr \V. C MILLtSU. AS. !LINCAN. BO \ ':'- of Oct.-.her I hr.r. at ftn Election, that-on heM the

11IS : lrcJ st.-rday from Mexico, \vp Inve Mexican State Court ? No Their only hope is to cm- _St. Maik t ) Dcr. I. 18-tw Dec. 6th 1831. [ I7-6J i 0 ivHindaiy ofLeon, JOHN P. EDWARDS

fj-s of l jnpers to I lie lOih: October) I inclusive.Vnev broil and exasperate the people against the I New Book Store. 4i; :For Itcnl 'd uly ek'tcd a \1emltcr of the next Legislative Cou- '1
r.voluti-in: Lad broken! in I, cit ill' :"j,1 to the .
out County supply occaioncdy
Chiapas, Federal Government.Vhen the facts I; ::i:: .vacl cy
ore
subscriber A cO'nr.rt nM": l\vo !; h.vi.
PT1TIE has received: d'VjIli.ij I
T. lich; the vcrjnr.cnt taken decisive ami will open immc- ginry ? b tItdah ofatlinn Byrd, Esq.Givrj .
.
11J m n cauw communicated to the Legislature, a Nullifier JL di: door .A.I: ,; (ncaliy! furni'hcd) : I
t. dII,. itcly, (nxt South of Mr.1\1au'l"s styre) coninzntiig b-v-ia I. r.:. icr niy hand at Tallahassee this 2Jst
u. ,
:c der the put 1'ro.ipsvre marching un in each branch proposes a reference of the subject an assortment of BOOKS and) STITIO.VART nnd would l)c.rir'' anti all ijpces-snry out ''Miildinss! a tf;*.:'!].'i day ol November, 1S34. ,_
cUW.t: 11.11'1 General I VTic-iynei g.JiIl l t ihutj be glad to supply his friends ami th. community in d'cnclher v/i'Jj a .nJIl ''iou-.e near by sr.tabe: forr.n I flfrfi GEO.
r j'::jca* well: &*. the state of which to a select committee.Vhy this reference officii lard ill! nf whi.-l K. WALKER.,.
Guadalajara general, v ith any articles in his line on the most "reasonable or priva'o ruo-n, arc at po.scnt """"
S I Iw Ti-j< abo! :in :i stale of revolt. ? That they may have an opportunity, ) termi. Although his assortment IK not yet ocrsipicd by thc subscriber, to wli.ti, pcr.t.ns I PROCLAMATION

vt T!;!' !!.haljit.ii5: ; of ihest.-itcs i: : of Jalisco have by nn inflammatory report, to kindle: dirucf, very gcncmlhc experts to r:.r.ke it !.) bj !.Iipm.'Ii.*, already !- wishing to rent, ran ap .ly f jr ttrnn. Sf .

111s a.l.i'...sp.i a nicnoua! to the president; .Sjnta: ..t11n. I and hatred and angry opposition against the male, and others! Uu! mad by th'j first \-cs- SUSAN S. SNELL.QuiyDcc. GEORGE K. WALKER,
I
! I I soli! from the North. : G [!7-LJ .
ami .2cl
t tf I Srtrelcu'1
I On Lucas( Ataman is to he it'csleJilh the I It"'Y"lip I lie has aUo the Christian Alinjmcfc, pnbiis'icd! : ciCJ.sly \- CAUTION.TIBS I 1f DO [ d eland make known, that on tj'! ?
was fully matured before the session of I] ) for Florida, cnKilntrd for the Mcic-Ji.-m I (Ii,' r Monuay in
, / ; o{ September last
': of foreign affairs, and Gen. Teran iso I'j.-.v.irn; all pcron: fro hi (,iistf I the olfj\yJU'!. -
the and is afloat Tallahassee, and cou' Ij il in : purcii.: lh.I'.hn.. Members -
elected
t'IJ wio) kap 'uiuicd : Gcnernl Assembly; a rumor I Aniug mattrr ul.uionr Note ( r' hand zivcri the were of the next Lcjjrr**
; by nbsr-rib"r
poslmabter general..V. the Territory, which he fl-rs for talc cither to liveC'Hinci1 has !
Jiccn
the l
by : as !
has been for legally certiSod
:: o. Jet; A'cv. 7. that an elaborate report prepared 1 TOSS dozen, or single John MeMilSin f.1l' tIrhl1ars: PW,1C: Isi Janwuv iu .A
the notorious Atticns. But cpy. 183 1. The sa..l; iN'ott hu been I III. ) Nathai Byrd nnd'' ;
!
I the occasion by I Dec. 13t J8\. 18f JA3. S. LINN. \I'l'il: into the harufs For the connlyfLcon ,
Ifh unless deceived tho "vicious ( David Adkins and has be-jn pul\ (the note is said I 'S hector \y. Brfu1tn j
/-.J7T.ST we are greatly :
FROM I ti "
EUROPE. ;
H' i I .A iiiirisTR\TOjiz.: SAL!:, t) be l'Jst) by thc subscriber! 1 JtiTcrson, Jarjoes L. Parish ;
WE lKSClRECTia.N. I SvnRA. CoNSTAKTISOLE and of the Nullifiers will be: I II
f hopes
corrupt" Muoquiio, Charles
ClIAS. .\sa. Downing
Rent of Land! and Hire ;
) Soj.t. 2:j. TIC of into Aia tho whole transaction will of Negroes. IC n Hamilton William
.\ tnujsport troops disappointed, and Dec. G-I'M; f7-n M.Hunter}. I
and secret preparations 1 for war continue. The' otFas calmly as a summer's morning.- 0Thurstlny thc Jii-l day of January next ((1S33): ) : ,' Washington, Samuel Mitchellj ', '
III accounts from Syra arc unfjv.iraWc. The excite- pass fur sale, to the highest, bidder in the HCNRT: D. ATKINSON, t I!. >t HilUborouirh, Samuel Stncsbury ; "

mtnt uf the people! is unabated and Ilirnlihn, will I [Federal (Ga.) Union. City of Tallahas&ce. all: tl!>e LAND of which Robert vs. > :
B. Oliver, dcr'd died within WILLIAM G. BoRgiss. ) GIVEN under
rn.Lr lln'e great difficulty! it. Hi poisSbed, Township one, my hand atTallahaaeeoythipt
. l Partisan, the Chief in subducing new: From the National: Intelligencer Friday. range one, Souih 4- 'V cst.consisting of three Eighths, THE Defendant is hereby notified, that tne Plain day of.November, 1834. "**
doned b'llI of' the Druses, liar, been alnH- FURTHER FROM OHIO. and adjoining the lauds of David Rcbeson, James has filed his PETITION in the Superior Court: _rlatfJ GEO. WALKER.. .
troops. Out of 10,000 men which Lslick and thc estate ol H. 13. Fitts, 'deceased and for the county of Lgbn, and Middle District of Florida "
.
lIe
r bad placed! at the disposal! of Ibrahim, only 3wOreiuameJ. ,- Our readers will recollect that, on the Election others. Any particulars in relation to the mnd, will to Foreclose a Mortgage) given by the Defendant to AUCTION SA'LE. f

A) The Chief is considered a traitor (for the next Congress in the Cincinnati i be furnished on application to the subsetihc-r. the said Plaintif, on thc following described Property, WILL be so4! on the

I by his C UDtr'ucn, nor does he inspire more cnn District (Hamilton County) going against R. At the same time and place the Eighth of LAND Real and Personal, (to wit:)-The Northwest quarter Race Course,near TRyahasi

Wence at the Ejypjiaii head-quarters. The do- T. the of that districtin whereon thc said R. B. Oliver! residedwillbe Rented; and the West half of the Northeast quarter of section sccon Tuesday the ICtK day

I jsnwnof the Kfrypjinns is unpopular, and will Lytlc, Representative and the NEGROES belonging to his estate Iljredfur the twenty-eight. The Northeast quarter of section of December next, that celebrated -

I Ik ftmue! so until their the present Congress, Mr. Lytle resignedhis ensuing year. twenty-nine, Township and range one, North and amT full. r blooded
I, \'ilth.on requisitions are complied. seat for the residue of the term far which Ttrms-For the Lad sold, one third of the purchase West, situ.ated in the county of Leon and Territory .__ Horse GEN. Ax DRW 1.4cl- '

; t GtttCE.-A he had been elected. To fill the monc) will be requited i io cash ; and for the balance of Florida. The West half of the Lot designated on ON. This horse is so well known for speed and bottom
ICJ letter of the 1st Oct. from Nauplia, vacancy a credit of twelve nor.ths will be given, upon I the original plan of TaUahassce. as number ninety- in the Southern States that it teilf nnTy 4* 'ri, 'f,
'Y-"Callcrglii and his adherents have been ta- thus occasioned, an election was held on Saturday the purchaser or purchasers giving note or notes, with L five-A female slave named Alaitha, about fifteen marked, that he has run with great success, ancf mcver

loJ shut up m the Panmide, an immense state ; tho 8th instant. The Whigs refusedto : legal interest fUllatc, und a hen on the property to years of age-a female slave named Sally about thirty! I lost race on equal terms whea in rod order.:-He

IC SOn, in which Colocolroni is confined foi life. bring out any candidate against Mr. L) tie, secure their payment ; thc purchaser also to pay the years of arc-and her child Kitty Anu, about two has won purses at every successive race at Marianna,

,ing Otho j. inclined to show clemency towards that he to be content expcn*<5uf drawing and recording the deeds at the years of age. CALL WALKER, Quincy, and Tallahassee: against some of the best
thinking ought
g i enemies but the Kecrcnry \.i1IlICt comply with) apparently time of their execution TaMahisscc, 5th Dec. 1334.-17eowf4m horses in the UMOD Daring thc last. yenrbc nas
J2b wisnes, being determined to end to the to sit out his whole constitutional tin-e. For the rented Land and hire of Negroes, notes cleared for the proprietors $COO-above all cxpe?\lCs.

i coflsiia.tors; : believing that put an Mr. L) tie was selected as the candidate, on. with approved personal 1 security will be required 8p'rin Dood Academy. besides the purses won at Qiiincy and TRlbhasscel
I a severe eXlmpleVllI the first of 1836. H. ROSE, late of the of New York I He be sold above if
trauquilise the the other side, to fill his own vacancy. There payable on day January, MR. city will as not previously disposed of
that du general 1 agliaiion, but I am afraid( JAS. S. LINN, Adm'r. with Will annexed. a graduate of the Aberdeen University, I at private sale.
till rest } what they may Greece will never be at WAe every appearance that ho would, in sporting Dee. 13th, 1811. 18td Scotland, begs to inform the parents and guardians Terms-Twelve niontliscrcditwith goodie cunt}-

:i !; there are Io maw' contending interests, and! phraFP, bo allowed to walk] over the IS1'R.rJ"OR'S SJLE. of youth, in the vicinity of Springwood, that he has discounting eight per cent,for cash.,
.1D. 11." ; rr
''edcr..l) Republic would pejhaps'bc opened the above Accademy, at the residence ofSAM'L Nov. 29.-iCif .
j ) be more lIiti1.UlCtOtJle course. A day or two before tho election II be sold to thc highest bidder, on Wednes in J '
which he teaches all the
;; PAnKWr.LEsq.
1 C lIulry. however, a citizen by the'name of J.. Washington WILL? the 24th instant, at the late residence of branches of an English and Classical Education to For 'New York .
fmmKKE Oct. 14--We have ,received IcllcrsoS : all the Perishable and I ,
ViliTEmiURSTdCC'd
>
Mason, a real working man,.came forward PALATIAH a select and limited number of Pupils.H. THE substantial Br'igSU&UEIM'-
', which explain the reports (ir- I Personal Propccty belonging! to the estate of Jie s-id I .
alarming R's. and
his an of experience success as a Teacher and NAIl
hook ,
as 'VlI.
d "on own opponent 5fiU with despatch
for capt. sail
enmc days on the frontiers. Bilboa.bas) P. Whitehurst, consisting of Mules, Cattle,. Ho;'. acquaintance with the most approved modem I
lot fallen into Air. Lylle and the misrule of- tho present Administration t with the of system for the abovo port. For firelgli t or
the bands: of the C 'tlisr8. An at- Household and Kitchen url ltn c, crop I of imparting intruction, both as practised in A/ne- R. '
apply to Ltd
1pt Was mflde by the surgewl8 to gel posses i To our vcry great surprise (we Cotton of 1833 and 1834, (which is in the seed)-And I rica and Europe, especially the intellectual system;, passage St. Marks ,_ o)th, 1334.N, or theeaptch IQlf.)' ,*boird' '

1100 or that .Important place, which, had it suolimfc'.L confess) it appeared probable, indeed almost many other articles too tedious to mention need only be Known, to meet due encouragementfrcin ____.: -( -: :-- ----
and all cf
*ded Trr.Ms-For the Cotton sums Twenty-
"avc opened communicacSiSr.llieir'loy certain that'Mr. Mason has succeeded a discerning public. : TO RENT
an against
easy Five Dollars and under, thecnsh will be required-tor For further particulars, reference be made to ,
: may
and Dutch friends, who still lUre Lytlc! His majority mike City* of Cincinnati I- sums over Tweiuy-Five Dollars credit of ninety SAM'L. PAIKH1LL VALUABLE S wam1 Grist
Esq. Springwood, .
to "
'tin assist the cause absolutism by every was 1006 \otos,"' end the majorities reported days will! be iven. The Plrchascrs..f1V.1ng notes Mrs. DAVIDSON, ,Halcndale Mill, with 01;Ier f ijicflt
S.f.uVrPtm'er-! tnKipa.of the Queen from the district him n majority L- I with approved security, bearing legal interest from I York Houses, situated for alhraily!! \tfth ;\tuiet] :ttttti of
-ibo in Jfno
Pu the bands of the faith with great, lolL.Ie. :. I entire, give date. SARAH WHITEHURST, ft&\ Land cleared! and under goodfcbc 1For

S have received full particulars of. thc whole upon the whole, of 26 votes.: Whether TallrhasseeDec.. 10... 1534. (I3u:) Administratrix..NOTICE. MRS. BETIIUNE, 117 Hudson St. terms, apply to David3RaneyofAspaato: ;iLtmes
.
,1z1re. It Was not, as reported, ZumnlaearrcmiYthe the reports from the country districts tiro. .- - Miss J. DONALDSON, 15 State St. I M. Harrw, of Q.ulncy, or: the'biddisign. Tnc abovedesciibcd
I J. CAMEN M D. 26kMcDougal St. I iEt sitwitednear river
Analachicolg ,
lrec property
d Cincinnati
a ,:LI Was attack upon Bilboa; that Carlist correct or not, we cnt.not say.. The I. persons having claims against thc estate of C. WALLACE, 158 Broadway. I in the nekUbovhoxKl of Aspar o. :LlfJ ., > r.- ...
at the time in the mountains of Navar Inlelligonccr of tho llth expresses Ihc ALL .F. Y SNOB, late of Gadsdcn county, are REV. MB. STARK. .w .:SAMUEL B. WILSON.

:LDelt te EsleUaJt was'Zavala, a chief al-) I opinion that they are not far from being so; hereby notified to present Uiera properly nutnentica.'ted .- TERMS. I Gadadctir county, NOT.J.. 1334..--KU6 w h 713E:4EINsG

;:. T.I!_rarcou8 for the daring nature of his en-, Gazette Ihinkr. doubtful l whether the one without delay totbe Executors: And persons indebted Eng. Reading, 9t per quart ;

.who hoped to take ihe place by a- coup :I tho : to the estate, are requested to make imtacdiaiepayment. Do,. Do.. With Writing \ 35 I : TF'Oi-

or the other candidate. Is chpscn by/ bovo ten 'JOHN W. MALONE, }Cxecut0r5. Grammar, Geograpby, &c. | HPdo, ..:.:. : ha 4 Under bw wmrannd Uirec i twenty vo cs. If ifie storm yhcI..z1g; *:s T. J6'' 1crNAN, S Latin, Greek, &c: -- -' -: -. '97 do.. do: Ie .

mont, tnjl numerous bands of wpllorganisl bjlf-araicd Ita' I- I fttriou''hll] t we"orornttDg should have QUit 'Yl De't. 4l"hJ I5:1.: 1s.v: Dec: 6 191 (17 4] I 7l'8 UI ;11 fo.izwjuig. .1 DQ 111 a


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........ ., r; xNOTKJE.' .- rIm.4LToJLtIs. xi4 2'yftr FBE8HI iflVCS. WIN ,STORAGE f in 1 :
'Iott 1l.fSSIB1 subscribe tew wld h* Inrewmcnts ,
JL*, :vv : $ 11. _
," FOR. SALE.
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LAW 'ranner1 existing between V IinmeflIS,4'C. THE Mark but wishes i It dlsul cKly !
:.c-aftd N pursuanc.-an Act of in*LegiaJathreCooncn.approved Surgical town of St.; 'PflOttdn.tiey "r4'

Doe,,'John P. James' D. Westcott Jr. hath [ ;Feby 10thi8M;:>*e the nndevszgneJpill ;1 HAVE fast received a foil supply of fresh l un4ers octby hitends( Ifcat! h" DOd Cotton entrusted to tbeiiTcifV_tar --i- _____

March 183La.grecmc't.! expos* to public sale, in frontofthe AuctionRoom I I Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure o leaving the Territory and has icnjted the buildinff market in the United 8tate Gr1tlt.n. .

,- nf Robert J. HtcJdey, in Ihe City of Tallahassee PORT, MADEIRA kMUSCJtTELLE WINE, i bld by him for the ensuing twelve months uode I rarchaae at tuber their Stores j .

,A. CARD. on, Saturday the 13th day of December next at in botUes.importecL, specially for the use of .the > the expectation putting up more spaciousnd M rks. -Oct._ l ___
11 o'clockA.M.: Six LOTS or LAUD, containing 40 convenient improvements before the expiration -
tf Jura Di Woroerr; Jiurtot 4clifid a eontlmunW sick. .AVeigand& Snowdeu's superior AMFCTATIKO a NOTICE.-At the
acres each being a of'the Walton Tract, adjoining n
th.nOce of Secretary 0 Vlorida.aiKl accepted the ComniMfon part 'r& lmflim OBSTKTIIICAJL, EVE, DISSECT- of the lease. Court of Leon SSfSSSf -
,
i the lands County I
ftC U..S Attorney for tbe Middle Dtatnet.chiefly tat be might of Bam'L H. Duvaland Ben Chatre.s, JOHN BLAIR pEACHy. .
drrot* Iris time tttlir't*awl MMritttfy to Dm practice of Eivfrt. ''and the lands df the estate of Davis Floyd, LWO, and POCKET IirsracMKWTS, in cases. 1834. 14lf of my accounts w adoinmratw cr iLS],
the law;and he tiwi.a" ftievdi, lal'lorida and dMwfaert.that deceased' These finds art considered of the first STOMACH Pcim and PWM, Silver Lancets and St. Marks Nov. 14th, I I ILiberal at which,time my account and TOQ _
an fcuintt CMtruntwl to hta t*tiw Cnan cf Appeal, inaayof quality, and from their contiguity to the City of Tallahassee Lancet Gases;and Nurse Tubes &.c. advancee made on Cotton .for New sentcd for settlement. ,
tbe Owtrts of UM Middle Diitntt. or la the SuperiorOowrtt J. B. P.
of JM&KMI and Fraftklta Coanlto IN Wit Florid*. or are very valuable. The'terms of sale will An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the York. H. P.siMMoik .7' C

at Deeatwraad Thonuu Coaatie. Gwttfia, will receirt UwBUMtpBactoal be a credit of twelve months, the purchaser giving Shakers-among which areLemon Balm,Catnep, Bargains !Bargains!{ lots of Bargains Sept. 6fb, 1831.-I...- m : ..
a.d anidvoai atuatkw. bond and the of which .
approved security, on payment Mint 'Sweet Majoram Savory,
Hysop
Sage,
"hllatdlvlI.lIIa,14,1834.DISTRICT : titles will be executed on behalf of the\ Territory. Thvme received per brig Gertrude from Baltimore, .'
Cellery, &c. JUST for sale low for cash, a general assortment
MIDDLE FLORIDA.
OP CHARLES AUSTIN, Treasurer. ttiMK Juice and LEMON Slav :.
In the Court. ... THO. BROWN, Auditor. CURRY. of-GROCERIES, consisting Iff
Supenor SPICES INDIA
of
kind-Genuine
Auctioneer. every Fresh Flour this year's cropj. j S
Sale by RO. J. HACKLEY (
JAKES M. REYNOLDS, 1 In Assumpsit English, French, and Prentis's Soaps and Per-
versus > .November 31,1834. [15tds] fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- Bacon and Sides, New Orleans Sugar, I ..

STEPHEN K. BARON. ) Attachment. ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE nard &. Noye's celebrated lInt and hue POWDER- Pickled Herring Rice, Soap, Liquors, Sfc. : .'%'

is hereby given, that process of Attach- 'fHEIU oMETEIlS, HYDROMETERS, &c. GEO. H. LINDENBERGER. : = -

NOTICE been issued in the above stated cause, ,CASTOR OIL, QUININE, *c. E.' B. PERKINS. 1st October, 1831. [8((.] _ _ ,
arid made returnable to the next Term of,said Court. Also the celebrated "RID LINIMENT" for Rheumatism --- A
The Defendant and all others concerned, are notified ,&.e. ,0 cts. bottle. Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48tf] In the County Court of Leon County Florida. I0

of the fame, and arc hereby required appear abd "JANE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM," an excellent Medicine f ;;:! IX months from from date. I will present my EDWARD LOOCKCRMAN, )1vs.

plead to tho declaration'filed, accordance with the in colic bowel complaints, &c. 50 cts. bottle. vouchers for a selllement, and shall apply to the > Assumpsit. .

Statute m such case made and provided. "Dr.STOUSE INFANT DROM" for bowel complaints o Hon. Coupty Court of Jackson county for Letters EDWARD BARNWELL, } (

JAMES A. BERTHELOT. children, 25 cts. bottle. of Dismission as Administrator of the estato DAVID defendant and oil others concerned herein .

Tallahassee 28th October, 1834. (Utf) II Dr. WEAVER'S EYE SALVE 4E.TE. 25 cta en ROWELL, late of said county deceased. THE notified that an ATTACHMENT been sued ;
W ATEa," JNO. M. C. ROWELL Adm'r. said Court and .
uut of the Office of the Clerk of the 4 .3
Tax Collector's Sale.ON.the Do. Itch Ointment, perbox.. 24th June. 1*34. f47-nml they are required to appear and plead to the declaration -

third Saturday in December next.I will of- Do. Worm Tea& Salve, 25 tts. each. conformably with the statute.EDWARD L NSURA NC I L taUIS', :.) ut'J.mQ
sale before the Court House door in the Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts. bottle. ):j- LOOK AT THIS !L{:( CHANDLER, be effected on tin- modt fuyomble term! 'b1n1li.

town of Marianria, Jackson county, Flo. so much of -ALSO- Oct. 18lh 1834.-faw3m For Plaintiff. action the Subscriber, agent of the p
the quarter section of LAND known as the Northwest THE ROACH & BED-BCO BANE," which offers on rancc company, Hartford Connecticut '

fourth of section No. 15, township No. 5, range No. effectual means of clearing houses, &c. of Roaches and New Store Monroe-st. NOTICE. I plication the fair Cash value of the III;':

will be sufficient satisfy the amount of EhzurIi'brop's Bcd-Bugs. stated, and satisfactory evidence prp
11. as Next door to R. J. Hackley'3 Auction Store. ,
1Ix months after date I will to the honorable fumishtdoClit
for She 1834. The above land Sacherometers, Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers Ther- apply rectncss of the representation
taxes
lying and being the year waters of Chipola, and mometers, with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS, g T.O. H. LINDENBERGER gives notice, thaxJRT Judge of the County Court of Gadsden coun- character of the applicant. The, and the P1II '

hounded by the land near of James F. Wachab and the &c.just received by E. B. PERKINS.Oct. : ho has received per schooner Ciiternn of Haiti ty, for a discharge from the Adminislraiorship of the and its fairnessandpunctuality solvency Gr ,
more, general and complete assortment of GOODS, of Sarah Mashborn deceased. may bec '%
Linda of the estate William A. Jackson, dec'd. and 4, 1831. [8-6m] Druggist.NOTICE. estate !'Vtlori. rtf
E.
B.
consisting of Goods Hard CIrna and Glan
Dry ware, JOSHUA SHEPARD. PERl
Tillahasscp.!
l6- m) : P-u.22..
claimed IS31.
ElizurLathrop.
by Ware, Shoes, Hats,Groceries and Provisions&c. &.co. Gadsden county, June 24, 1634. 46- m] i7JUi'
-AI.IIO-! are heteby notified, that the under- I eel great confidence in inviting the attention of the \ i' ,:D
persons t'
)
the third Monday in March next, will be of- ALL citizens and in this establishment C thY'=.1rt" 113 nlo :
ON Administratrix of DAVID JOHNSON, late country general to PLANTERS' HOTEL. NEGRO MKN, who k"ll""
for sale so much of lift quarter section: of as I am determined to make I say they :lr ine: FtI
of the county of Leon, dereasc-i, intends at the next every exertion to simply : no papers to that riTcct, but
:. LAUD known as the Northwest quarter of section No. Spring [March] Term of the County Court of said all who may favour me with their custom with first rate rHlHE subscriber has taken the PLANTEKS' HOTEL, Jones, Jthn Johnson ; they themathuWlj.

: 2, township No. 4, range 10, N. and W. as will be County, to settle the account of her administration articles, and at such prices as cannot fail to give perfect JL and lakes this opportunity of informing his friends they are between and, and Christopcr! u
; sufficient to satisfy the amount of Carter Grantland & and her dismission and discharge as such. satisfaction to all who have reasonable expectations and the public that his HOUSE will be open for their rc CO/IipLCxion-Juncs 70 years of ngeOf T7
is
( &.. taxes for the 1833 and 1834-The vune procure the 1st of March 1334. about 5 feet 6 .
year Tallahassee Aug.: !9, 18.J4.: f52tf ception on mcbea
! of Chinola nnd bounded Sept. 15, 1834. (Ctf( J MARY JOHNSON, Adm'x.ADMINISTRATOt'S :. Juhunon is about 5 feet 4 inches hiih. 'Vp
being and lying::on the waters _2Stf_ _ KID OAR 1\1. MOORK.il iwecu his hill,..,'
Chambers
NOTICE. ey :
: and
hy the lands of Amos J. Battle and John Davis, NOTICE. s about 6 fen .
claimed said Carter Grantland $. Co. concerned will take notice that stout made : They are all !
by < the term of the County Court ALL persons a hkely--tht7 II: o1
nextJanuary landed
THOS. M. WHITE, AT has this day been filed in the office of on the Eastern coast of Florida in }
the of Gadsdcn the subscriber: i m!! .
in
County a sr/all boat. The o* tX\\
Tax Collector for Jackson County. the Clerk of the Superior Court of Leon coun'y for ners are request
his vouchers &c. the said Court settle- I
&ariannn, l4thSept. 1834. 6-6mJ) present to the substitution of a Trustee in the_place of the heirs ward, prove pro>erty, nay expenses, and tale *
and be from the
ment, thereupon to discharged
pray and administratrix of the late John y. Garey. to execute away. LEWIs: F.SheritTofMone.BRACKE
Administratorship of the estate of Edmund Gilchrist.
FLORIDA LJlhD FOR SALE.T3E a trust declared by the late Thomas Heir, by %. COUnty FVJm
undersigned having purchased of General June 27, 1834. (47-Cm) JAS. M. GILCHRIST." I I. deed bearing date 7th September, 1830. to secure the Key West, June 13. Id34. [.1I.Gm) :

Fayette, the township of land in Florida,grnn. I ADMINISTRATOR'S" NOTICET" payment ofa debt due to "Bt>tton Emory.." --

ted to him by'the Congress of the United States,offei A. T the next January term of the Connty EDWARD CHANDLER,
the Aug. 13 1834. for Petitioners.CONSUMPTION.
for sale. [
same \.Court for the of Gadsden I will 1-eowtfJ .
County present t
This land is situated in the immediate neighbour- F. _
hood of Tallahassee and is be'icved, for fertility of my vouchers, &C. to the said Court for settlement t :

'BOil. and local ad vantages to be more valuable than ; and thereupon, pray to be discharged from .

any other land in the territory.The I the Administratoiship of the estate uf THOMAS S. CURED. 41 -a. a ,.

Southwestern part of the township adjoins the I REID, late of said county, deceased. DE LA MONTEIIAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE 1-ilA !-
of which the FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden
city Tallahassee, from point to shipping JOSEPH McBRIDE.
port of St. Marks, a dist-uiec of abou t wenty miles, July 10th, 1834. [48tf.] SPECIFIC. : herb and flower seeds just received i'inil warrentedfresh
a rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short IS the most valuable remedy ever yet discovered for ; by E.B. PERKINS. .
cure of Couglis, Colds, Consumption, .ia/Ama. October 29th. 1 it.ROWAND'S ..lI'.t

time.The navigation ot the St. MArk!!! river has I been rr- Spitting of Blood, and all diseases of the Recast and -
rcntly improved, to 1l' int within six' miles of the Lwifft. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. It |lADE and sold wholesale, HL diE

Southeastern part of lh, township, which will afford compiscs the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the Frederick cnnntv. MI!. by C. Ho* 'l

navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of ,Lungs, repair the Appetilcimproves the Spirits, etc. TONIC MIXTURE.A I concerned in the Paten with I"r Jodkmt. (t
D reduce. Bill of Directions accompanying each bottle of the; The above Ointment n ofFered toth* pDbrlu

This land will be sol.l in parcel! to mil those wishing Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous: manner: received.FULL supply I shall of hereafter this valuable medicine i<* just ala and certain remedy f:>r h"..(' ot(, tinnte Jiwi] ].

to purchase, on a credit (I'om.five to eight years all the symptoms in their diffcren*. stages of the disease hand. have it constantly OD '' some of which have so loiigladled the ,kilt or mClellce. I"

treasonable prices"ho wishing to purchase will A UCTION SALES.-The subscriber having loca- and particular directions rcspeclinglhc treatment while IT i iREMEDY 0F
make application to ciiher of the undersigned j ted himsolf in Tallahassee proposes to do a general -. using it, together with many well authenticated certificates IS WARRANTED FlCVER TO BE AOUE A SAFF. AND EFFECTUAL!: 1st While wrllinrrsof every dp. cription. 0'p

WILLIAM: B. NUTTALL, commission business,regular sale days,Tuesday. of cures, etc. FOR AND IF TAKF.V AOREEAPLE 2d gore l.zs all(' PTrPt'll'flong!' standing. 'pCL
TO TilE DIRECTIONS. been
Reports circulated
HECTOR Tilt MIEN, :\nd Saturday.: In consequence of the great and increasing demandfor I having tam 3d Sclilrrnsor! Glani'tihr 'l"inmurg.! p.trt"!
this mixture
that contains
WILLIAM P. CRAIG. He will also attend to administrator and othcrsalcs this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the aisenlc, directed by lliose hardened tumours i in \V /IIeD'?'waits: wliidittlb
Tallahassee, No\vm1 23d 1833. 15tf In the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. price to 75 cents per lioulc,thereby enabling it to come the p oprietor to say that these reports are uttetly falieand limes' terminate ill ulcerated! cancers.

tC7The: Saoann-i't Georgian, C'lI'rrlestonIerrury' March 23d 1833. :TUf within the reach of all persons. -000 Dollars I am also authorised who to will offer a Reward of 10,- 4th Felons! or \vint!"in't peoplo know by the u C
to one the existence
Recorder M itletle41 N. B. Instrument of writing executed wit'i nrat- Dr. CIIAP.MAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. any prove !> Catarrhs of every description. ...
JlII%(nta CanslitHtiii'iHit, So-.tthern: of the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury .
ness and despatch bv R. J. HACKLEY. These Pills have been Antimony, 5th Rheumatic I'atniof the jOints
TiTle, Gcoria: ; Ric'nno-id Enqnirernnd Star, Raleigh successfully used by thous.inds or any other poisinous ingredient in it.
Jtf C.; will publish the ahovc for ci ht weeks and for AND J IIVER-COMPLAIN who can testify to their superior efficacy (over In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits no 6th Sprains and Braispa of every description: Li:
ttaid this office.WAllE DYSPEPSIA other remedies now in use for the cureof wr.atever put sitmtc.7th .
)
to many
thpif account Dyspepsia authorised furnished
__ except will be
Professor of Physiologica'! Medicine in all their complicated persons agents by Tetters of all kinds. In this complaint tin i itient.
formsthey give
HOUSE ANP COMMISSION BUSI. who, for several years, has devoted his entire to the dobilitated of digestion repair the strength the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again. I am in applying the Ointment uiast keep the
AT APALACHICOLA, ELORIDAThe attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate dis organs appe- sole agent for Middle Florida, and am assured by M. out of water-
tti te,removes nausea and sickness of the stomach habitual
subscribers, having associated themselvestogellirrunxlcr eases,has succeeded, by chemical unalyois and synthesis cortivcness, head-ach, palpitation of the heart, Rowand that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Kccles ) 8th Chilblains! or parts affected by frost. I Ii i
the stile and fiunof FORD & HAR IN, in forming a combination from several proximate and other nervous affections. contain not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or bold by 'I It is also one of the best remedies for Bom 9

imrposc tr.instcling: a General W./UZE HOUSE Bad I I vegetable principles, to which he has given the Mercury many, nor do they sicken the stomach They, they arc no a him Jlnenic, to any has person been in discovered Middle Florida, except to me : I Scalds. It eases tho pain and draws tho fire out ii
COMMISSION Ihtsiness at Jpalachlcola. Having: name Medicinw Slomachicne ct Hcpatica ; which has mild and safe cathartic there is restriction If in any mixture called i short time.
: no in dietor .
mute: suitable arrangements with several vessels for proved far more ellicient than any remedy heretofore drink or to wet or cold while diem. Rfivxmd's, it must hare been in some of the spurious im:. For Inflamed Women's Breasts' and filandil

the direct transportation of Cotton &c. eilhcr. to New discovered, in curing those distressing maladies ol I Bill of directions exposure vill each box using of Pills tations. All persons therefore, who wish the genuine Swellings it it*go per for to any rrcdicine yet Inom
York New Orleans and facilities at all I mind and body which arc accompany Tonic Mixture-should be cautious of whom
or ; having generally comprenendet. which will fully explain their effects. they purchase the medical faculty It is much safer than wax
: within their to make reasonable advances der the terms DTSPKPSIA and LiTER-C.M it: My label will be en every bottle sold
times power sweeping From tIle well known reputation of tncsc Pills for by me: of any prepartion of that material) because ki
upon prod r.ce consigned to their care and management; PLANTS-It is likewise an almost certain cure for en. many: years, the proprietor (J. BOVD, Philadelphia! ) E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida. not lay tho patient liable to injury twin 'Jpote ,c.
they would respectfully tender their services and so- largement the SPLU. Nov23d 15tf. cold. _
deems it
to give further detail of I
Jicit liberal in the above line of business Among the of Dysncpsiaand Livcr-conv. unnecessary any e:
a patronage symptoms This Ointment has cared of id
them. A fresh supply has been received, and for sale STORAGE! sores many: yean
pledging their personal and indiridital attention to all 1 plaints: arc flatulency, sourness or burning in the sto by appointment by F.. B. PERKINS. STORAGE! STORAGE ing. Where it is iinK| >s<>inIe or imprudent to heil j I

business consigned; to them, either for sale or other mach, melancholy,irritability,disagreeable taste inthi Tallahassee Nov 23d 5tf TN addition to his old ware-house the external sore, in conseqaer.cn of the bone hceoaij

wise. mouth; great irregularity of appetite; which is sometimes JL subscriber has recentlyerected a spacious build can*'.us or rotten, it will stop the progress ofllieun

THeir Ware TIouses and Close Stores are undergoing -I voracious nnd at other times greatly deficient; Sail, Gtfton Bagging Bale Rope and Tieine. ng 80 by 29 feet, for recei vine cotton nnd goods. increase the quantity of the discharge, remote the
a thorough repair will he large and commodious, thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomachand KERR & STURGES OFFER FOR TIMOTHY M'CARTY. feucive smell: and cnso the pain.
situated desirable of the town and as ex- eructations, palpitation drowgincass SALE,
n part irregularity St. Marks December27th 1831. It cure*the worst Felons Whitlows on flipf
emptfrom the dangers of fire as any other house, of a of the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals MlO" SACKS Liverpool Ground Salt, in'' 19tf cation of 48 hours.Rheumatisrn ,

.imilar character, on the Point. pain in the head dizziness or vertigo; confusion of order ; RO'IN TONIC MIXTURE. which have stood' so longutobeeot

""V t. P. FORD, (late of AUUstR! Ga.) mind, atteriuCd ith the loss of memory, a jrnawing J 50 pieces 42 inch Dundee Bafffinff ; a perfect and lasting a systematic disorder requires medicine to be ulea
,
EDWD. J. HARDIN, (Apalachicola.) in the stomach when empty, chilliness. :. lcction of 100 coils Bale Rope cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale w.trdly to remove them entirely. But in most eomn

REFERENCES.-Stewart 4- Fontaine, Smith 4 v. sight and hearing, pain and wcakcss in the back 250 Ibs. best English Balein Twine. wholesale and retail by FLETCHER case by applying this Ointment externally as dirtfi.

Xorg*, J. S. Calhoun, M. W. Perry, Sf Co. T. fy J r. languor, disturbed sleep, cold feet and hancln: tremor, Tallahassee, Ang. 23d, 1834. ((2tf]) & \VESTCOTT, Druggist, Jnpalachi- it will give relief And even in old people! '
Evans $ Co., Whittick Greenwood, Sf" Co.,-Columbus.Be uneasiness in the throat, c. agh, pain in the side oi ... cola, Florida pains! have been of longer standing, it will eUf
fart Sf Kneeland, Jos. Hamilton 4- Son,John R.i breast, &c. FOR SALE *I hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and
l'itlrifl.-N York..R. The above maladies lead to affections Wcstcottmy for pain.To
ew. organic of tin agents the ale of"Row- sea captains and masters of vessels this omtax
W. Gregory, Bogart 4- Tl/llellrorn.-N. Orleans. stomach, !liver, and heart,terminating in Dropsy,Con. jcDb: PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING-I l-21bs ind's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory mast be very valuable in winter on our coast i it bo

StJohn 4- Leavens, T. JJ'.McCdy.-Mobile. sumption, Apoplexy,&c.according 19 the climate,habits to the yard.-And dftXD COILS BALE ROPE of lof Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, & very certain in its fleets on Chilblains or parUsffr: ,

Aug. 17, 1833. Itt age, sex, and tempera mint of the patient. best quality Tallahassee., are daily expected by the Subscriberper Western part of Georgia ; who are ible to furnish with frost it likewise pros yes its qualities in ill
-r Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. I)., Milledgeville. Brig I the said medicines t() all who may apply to them matesA
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. I Planters and Merchants be on .
Inventor and sole can '
the
proprietor. supplied on as favourable terms
as they can obtain from the large of the yams utmost
mass testimony proving
ON the eighth day of January next, I will offer for Testimonials.-Numerous terlificntes might be ad. most accommodating terms, payable in Cotton, &c. i ; himself." a' Signed proprietor excellent medicine will be shewn to those *
before the .loor of the Court House in the i duced relative to the JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. JNO. R. wish DrH'
extraordinary cures performec St. Marks 5th ROWAND. further informalion on application to
City Tallahassee Leon coimty all the right, title, by using these medicines but the Sept. 18.1.t "Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833."
ni ; following are llmughi 2Itf tons, or to any of his authorized agents
claim and demand Robert May, in and to a framed sufficient to satisfy the minds of the skeptical %
most : NOTICE.SIX The above medicine sold by special appointrmntthe
.
House situated in the town of St. Marks now MEW STORE.
occupied
; From Dr. James Ewell, Author the Medical and warranted "cnaiiie. ,i
of patentee
Companion months from the
a and owned the said Robert date hereof I
as dwelling by for
sh\lI.apply subscriber is about
to establiih DauGGln.
or Family himself E. B. PERKINS
Physician.
of Dismission THE per-
May, cold to satisfy his Territorial and County Tax. from the Administrationon in Tallahassee *"
as a Merchant and Tallahassee February 21th 1831.
for the 1834. NEW-ORLEANS, Dec. 20th 1831. the estate of Samuel Gairelt deceased late of ,
ci year will for
A. A. FISHER, Collector. To whom it may concern.-This is to certify, that I]I Gadsdcn county. C. H. DUPONT, Adm'r. open the Office sale in a few days, at his store op .
posite of the
Floridian UJLE'S3T1IL
I DR.
..' have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's Medicina.Stomachicr June 27th. I 14. a small assortment
: .. Sept. SSth. 1834.: (t8td"1 r [46-6rn.J] of Hats
Clothing. Shoes, Brushes Woodenware '
et Hepatic in a number of very obstinate I m< auiZP3
mm.\DQ\ 4U1I mB! tflTa a Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long standing,like. LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA.In Tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hardware and ono of the most efficacioasconwoundiiB*tIlt Jfj I a

A LARGE and complete assort-, wise in several cases of the enlargements of tho pleen :; the County Court of said County. Cutlery ments, Rope, Sugar and Cane small Cordage Knives, Kitchen Agricultural Imple- IS MKDICA: for the cure of that class of i.'i!:
and House-
1 8\cntoCFrelib Drugs and Mcdicinesjust received L- and its affects in were truly it the astonishing. I have no hesitation James Edwin StewArt, } keeping Utensils, Carpenter's, Cooper's, and Smith's erate Disease, produced by an impure tate of
declaring most valuable
1f' from New York r,ml Baltimore salcprholesale preparation vs. > Attachment. Tools of oil kinds Nails Brass Goods Locks blood, and a vitiated habit of body, andasttallTM.
*.. and retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners for those distressing ailments that has ever come with. Edward Barnwell. ) Axes, Pocket-Books Snuff-boxes, Bolts, ting themselves in the forms of Scrofula Silt KM*
.. sup I in knowledge. JAMES EWELL and Fancy Goods
plied on the most accommodating I my M. D. THE Defendant others concerned, arc notified which he is disposed to sell on reasonable terms, and Leprosy St. Anthony's Fire Fever Sores(t't'I I,

EDW. SEIXAS, Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1834. the issuing of said Attachment, and are required respectfully requests an examination of his Goods. the bones are atft'ch'd.Vhite SweUm3.lf(
C!.. _M"\v 24l Drupsist, Magnolia, Ftoridn. The u-dcrsrgned can bear testimony to the superior r to plead to the Declaration conformably with GEORGE! LANMAN. with Dr. Jebb'Liniment,) Foalaad obstinate IH) "
efficacy of Dr. Peter's Medicinx Stomachic He- and scald head in children, ""*"
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et the statute. EDWARD CHANDLER Tallahassee Nov. 1st 1834. sore legs eyes
,;. O: NOTICE patcac m the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints Oct. 1st, 1834. ((8-3m) For Plaintiff., I (12-3m) scorbutic gout, Pimpled or Oorbunclfd Faces.feetf
.& T the next July Term of Gadsdcn county, the from personal experience. WM. G. JOHNSON. N. B.-Wanted to purchase a likely NIG no BOT, _options, and veoerial taiuts.throughout the bod7.
I .l1.acoounts and Touchers of HENRT W. TODD ad- I about 12 or 14 years of age. wMu'meftI
Dr."Ps Medicine Stomachics Hepati are NOTICE. which last case the drops often care
,3' ; dcn JTUrmtrator of JOHN H. TODD, deceased, late of Gad.- in parcels wi'h full directions for using. From put one up THE subscriber returns his thanks to the public ADl\\ NISTRATOIt'S NOTICE. fails. They are also tho best Spring and AlltI1III

,1.1. settlement county will be presented to said Court for a final 1 to three parcels will be necessary to complete a cure. the liberal encouragement he has received A T the next term of the County Court of Leon physic to purify and cleanse tbc system from a"1

"': on the part of said administrator. At the The price is f 5 a parcel. since he has been in this place, and solicits a continuance 1ii. county, we will apply for Letters of Dismissiou which frequently appear at these seasoniOfdt J:? :
time
;!i LAme Court for, the said administrator! will apply to said A great quantity of the above very valuable preparations of their patronage. Just received per schr/Delta, from ths Administration of the estate Henry B.Fitts, They also aid the process of digestion,and,by pd II

." fcfcresaid. a discharge from his Administratorship as will be kept constantly on hand by direct from New York,a general assortment of Wool deceased, late of said tho blood prevent the secretion mali&JWlt.dIll

J JOHN J. ADAMS, E. B. PERKINS, Tallahassee, len, Staple and Fancy GOODS, Sloes, Hats, Hollow- county.LEMUEL BRUCE, of the lungs. The proprietor confidently re'C
: I Att'y fOr H. ,'V. Todd, Administrator, 4euancy Who is authorised to dispose of them either the number of effeedrops ted
Q. Nov. at wholesale ware, Cutlery, and Iron-mongery, Crockery, 4c. consisting ELIZA ANN BHUCE. vast surprising cuie ,
3d. 383: 1. [(13 Cm| or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be I of blue, black and brown Cloths ; I blue, black, Tallahassee, 18th Sept. 1334. ((6tf) not only in Boston'and its cinityb ,u"V, ,
-., APAL AC 11 tCOLA HOTEL, obtained of the proprietor. Also by drab and grey double milled Casimeres; Cassincts :out the Union for the best proof of their eXe'I

THE above Establishment will be open for the re. Doct's. HOLMES & WILLIAMS, Cambcllton, &: and Sattinets; English, French and American Prints; TENNESSEEAN FOR SALE. an Unfailing alterative medicine allth) cues u

Boarders and Travellers by the 20 in Mr. HALSLKT Druggist Appalachicola. black Lustringand Fancy Silks and Silk Shawls,Gro To close a partner- specified. This article has recently beelt .wi I

aan JNO. T. MYRICK, Propriety JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS. de Nap, &c.; Jackonet, Swiss and Mull Muslins ; ship, I am authoriscd to sell by aPhysician of the first lespectabih1l' w0 l .
_ApnHtfhicola,- 18th Ocmber. The few 3,4, and 5-4 brown Domestics of this beautiful nessed in b ::
.l 1831. 10-3 m following are among the many persons that a superior quality ; 'ft and fine blooded its surprising efficacy, as '
": TO THE have been either eniirely cured or greatly benefited I Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths; a general assortment HORSE, sired by the celebrated ion.to take the lead of alt the popular artJc1_;aiI*
.p'' t PUBLIC. within the last twelvemonths, by the use of Dr. Peters of Shoes; a variety of Crockery Ware, Hollow horse Carolinian, by for the above complaints and indeed it is fast
'j.t J nnBE[ following Certificate from R. A.Greene,Esq Medicina Stomachics et Hepaticae within the Ware, Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also, Cognac Brandy, : *Sir Archy. I shall exhibit this point in public estimation. throagbooUAe!
.1'1 Secretary to his Excallency William Lumpkin Holland Gin Port and him in Tallahassee the 16th Price 91 bottle i-rG bottles or$5)DYSPEPSIA
t.Lateofkorgia. ; Sicily Sherry, Claret Wines; on day December.. 1834. a : _..
.Esq. Governor of the fltate Geoagia, Is for the benefit : Mrs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. with many other articles too tedious to mention. Purchasers ana then sell him to such person as will give the best Oil INDIGESTION. I
of afflicted
those w ith Mrs. James Willis are invited to call and examine offer, on a credit twelve months
Capt. do. for themselves. payable in Bank, obstiDA 11
oD.FSPEPSIJl.t: : Oflong standing: ;and ofthe mOlt
; Col.! Wm. F. Bond, do. ALEX'R. FORMY DUVAL. with good endorsers.An has been relieved and often
jr "AstnutgirIo: ( oe'wlie; had for lateral years Wayne W. Eriandt, Esq. Lau tens. Tallahassee Nov. 4, 1833. f 13tf] Overseer wanted for the ensuing year.T-Enquire cared in'a immediately variety of cases that hate occurred 1*Band
jr.bourod urd YT--r, i Dy'PfpW: *"** Mver'Aft'ti: *, *nd Bryan Allen Esq. do. of the subscriber at Luke Jackson Leon county. '
vicinity. bv shoritime.Dr.
NATHANIEL using For
1:1 ), Jifo I dispaired of after the trial TURNER 1 13th Nov. 1834t44w a ?
i : of several Col.John W. Porter Morgan. 1 ROBERT BUTLER.JDMIMSTRATOR'S I Relle'si Ve aadanOBino J3
t&nl i to rc1.ieyo.-her, was successfully vs. j At hment.-In Superior tabIeSpecific
10 treated by Sanford Chapman, Esq Jones. '
; EDMUND .N TICE. both of which to be taken to ther...er.oruwl.II'{
are
Sninr'and '
Court
of this f Jefferson \
ywy.EM place, (Millodgefille) whom Alexander Irvin County,
j I 1 Esq Washington. persons having aCCOP1W.Sped I
raiderprc-emlDent1y skilled WILLIAM KIDER. J Middle District Florida. ALL demanda'against the estate of oable plain and practical directions
? M these oL ,
complaints. Goo. Mathews
o./o Greco.
34ADMINISTRATOR'S lrlci
deceased
a. .- defendants KcGr\fft\$ late of Gadaden Co. o. Price 50 cents each !
," ; "A* GREENE. THE and all other persons: interested, Florida, are notified the f'
ritiUtedgevaie. Geo. June 183i. NOTICE.' .take notice that suit feas been instituted to present them duly authenticated None are genaine unless signed on .
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Biw,. G. above returnable to NOT. Term of said CoUrt as within the time prescribed by law, or they will be ted wrapper by the sole proprietor T. ilO.At
.O.1il: : -COPARTNERSHIP.havo ALKEa,are requested to make !immediate The Defendants 1834. forever barred ; and all those that are indebted to the immediate successor to the late Dr. W- .. c. t
_UZsubsetibers associated themselves in ment, and those having demands against said estate.pay. the declaration are required to ap'penr and, plead to above estate, are earnestly requested'to come forward, For ale at, his Counting Room, over iiO' '

.a-' .:1:7/1.1HiIiDeWder. tho. finapf MAJLTIM if'l trill render them in. d (authenticated. insueheases.! therein tiled, according to tho Statute" make payment on or by tho firit day January next. street* near Concert Hall, Boston, and siib( rl
Wl / : : &K&2 MARTIN7WDWAM
( <
MARTHA McGRIFF. Administratrix. E. B. '
: WILLIAM J. RHODES Adm'r. cial appointment, by
.t: soy IB314Lf; IL : : GEO. "WARNER, Att'v.forPl'ff. AUGUSTUS H. LANIER 4
,. : HART. Kov.lSth J834. J14-8) With llie'WiIL.Annexed. November 17th Administrator. .
: 163U-15tf ;
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