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

i','ridaiD t thr tfchConrrese Jwvg7th' of It3S.t9 the United "LAISSEZ NOUS AiR." ': had fre qeetIy. The happiness of seeing:,her
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removed
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which
too often
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aYlhoriZt'd j anoouc Maj.WILLIAM m'ot '
fairest
3Ya&zT0 the '
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WY E A'M', a candidate tp represent the terri84th ., lBjii&&iimAB5Mania : t'I'\\II1_ 1 ., U_ \ nl rai Prague.--, 'At.Wt.r. d1
obseth
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in the Congress of the Unitrd she was.an. object'of attSBlidn
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jrida, : 1 1 -- .
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July 27th 1833. SOtfUg WatchesJewelry, &c. Springtoood Jlcademy.MR THE TWO HUSSARSTA to the young soldier; and' she went out no

E reauthorised nnnouncp WILLMiM B. .HE subscriber has just re- r H. ROSE, late of the city of New York, GERMAN TALE. : w ore. The window, too;. was closed, ..and
r was a can i'tc to represent te eeived an additional Leopold'was left to'gazer the
( sup- a graduate of the Aberdeen open cold &&
t University The
shades of
af Florid*,in the S4tb "Sonjjrcra the Uni- : WATCHES,JETTILRT, PIJ.- Scotland, begs to inform the parents and guardians of evening had dscended over the trails which shut an angel froM his eyes for

r 1833 5tf 1 frL'SPOOKS, &. which he offers of youth, in the vicinity of Springwood that he has h city Prague, ere Leopold Roaenwold entered not fora: single moment, did he ,
on his customary rea opened the above Accademy, at the residence of IS quarters. He was a strangei,* and the occasion "shadow' entertain the
,6iCAR WHITE. terms. fcb A'L P.AamlI.L, Esq. in which he teaches all the of his arrival of a melancholy nature. He of a doubt as totbe innocence of the

scm L puicTiCELiw in the Courts of Mid- FREDERICK TOWLE.a fca of an English and Classical Education, to had been ordered to take the duty, in consequenceof ; crime which the. malevolence some evil

Florida, Jackson County and the Court : 4th, 1834. ( select and limited number of Pupils. the sudden death of the only officer of the regiment -' tongue had imputad to her. Leopold waS-inspair.

iietit. ro-OFncE, Tallahassee.j The &ubcnber has employed a Walch-Maker direct H. R's. experience and success as a Teacher and with whom he had ever been upoa intm ate d Fascinated to tb& less
,
ablenf'et
from pot
[48-tl.] England; ard assures the public, that work acquaintance with the most approved modern systt'm terms. Tlie place of iiis abode yet
any the
was
IS'4.
j;i.i.i J., entrusted to him in his line,, shall be done promptly of imparting instruction, both as practised in America vhich had been Cat. same endure the gloom that surrounded
assigned to Vanostrode-
and in the best minner. and Europe,. especially the intellectual lira, he'became restless and
BERTHELOT .
S A. F. T. system a unhappy, r mantaand -
government situated in
building
N. need only be known to due one of the most
;B. To Rent-the House met encourtgemen'i 'im'p-.ioned. Existence .
j CKlEtlOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) Tin b-s. \. formerly occupied by from a discerning public. : unfreq ented S-ree'' I! looked exceedingly dismal Ikdess seemed va-
Bradforl
suitable !
for when
I{ practice the Court of Appeals ;-The a small family._ For further particulars, reference may be made to by the dim; light of a :lamp which burned deprived of the object of'fata

Jfar Courts of Leon, Gadsden, and Jack- i Court-House for Leon County. SAM'L. PAIKHILL, Esq. Springwood. before the shrine of,the. Virgin, in its immediate., so l's mad.idolatry. He had hoped that some

AeTcrritorf u of Florida ; and in tbe Superior uudersirned Commissioners for the Mrs. DAVIDSON, Halendalc, vicinity ; and the interior was still more gloomy fortunate chance would have enabled him tb

"of Thomas& Decaturcounties, of the South THE Leon, w.ll receive sealed Proposals until County the -Alto in .Yfto For*- I than even the other appearance indicated. A'L j luqc hw.suit to one who had awakened the

11jia l circuhof the Statcof Georgia. Residence Its of January next for the erection of a COURTHOUSE MRS. BETHCXE, 1 17 Hudson St. wide dark staircase and a long gallery ushered tbe j sentiments in his heart and be
#4fl4Dsce. November 23d 1833. 15tf for sail Count The Contractor furnish Miss J. DONALDSON, 13 State St. yum: hussar into a suit of large lofty apartment,*'fceuldcs>cely brook the ;
ing all the materials, which must be of good quality, J. CAME, :M. D.26 MDougal St. scantily furnished. The house would have accommodated [ disappointment of hismgkes.

JOHN J. ADAMS and must stipuiae at what time the work will commence C. WALLACE, 158 Broatlwn}. the whole regiment; but a few Soldiers yjj
(ATTORNEY AT LAW,) and when the same will be completed. REV. MR. STARK. whose barrack rooms looked another MV. ( b.e'street' which he Jived terminated in

Lhec r45. reaoKt from Quincy to Appalachicola Bay. A plan of the Building and all other necessary information TERMS. were the only tenants besides himself. :f fck-way2 leading to an ancient monastery.
be Eng.
had $1
Heading
can
by application to either of theundendgn w per quarter.
fle will regularly attend the Courts held at the ed Commissioners. Do. Do. With Writing ) Memorials of his friend met him a(every ste? f1 4 .'was situated at the end of the bar-
vTojiincy and Manannn ; n 11'.1 \\e an ual term .. a n .. ,.\ ,. -. d o. rt0' his sash still formed ; V rii.
I ntIi UU/lUU'S, l -- -- : *rJjjjL a festoon over the .-Ctk : : ver .i it, was a large'room
of A npcals ntTallaha. ;cc. Letters ad- P; Latin Greek &e: -JBBlvj do. ,ri n iA., *.-_A_ nmp appro- '
Court ao. K
JAS. S. or
c LINN } :- w ? /' ltu--J-- tw -* xta f "
.,.-qded to laiCl,post 7JOl, will: bo attended to. P.O. J. HACKLEY, > Dec: 6 1834 TH 4))_. and musical instruments- scattered1- T id .di \\ly:1'1 caQccr-ttw aahlp of thiit;"'"fiivery rvstors.*--- ---

'it February 7th I 1 B.-I. [26fl 'Commissioners for Leon County. ,HENRY D. ATKINSON, 1 rent places, through the apartments. The recollections -I d of ono new;'accoutrement*- la his

thit A CARD.0.MLIN Tallabasse?, Oct. S'.h, 1834. fl2fl I vs. > which they produced impressed Leopold's soldiers, espied door at the farther- extremity -
WILLIAM G. Bnaggss. heart with a deep shade of sadness. There
ID ) is in the
direction
V. of Alexa's abode. He
SHELL
Vita3bcri ROWAND'STOJflC T Defendant is hereby notified, that the Flam. scarcely any thing more distressing to the sprits
01lXEr .iT L.UP. .L.IJCHICOL.'l, flu.jtttend ; MIXTURE tiff has filed his PETITION in the SUl1crior Court than! the feeling perfect solitude.in the centre of made no inquiry Governing it ; but, being.in

to business confided him with inilys- Ii'r the county of Leon, and MiJdc Ditrict of Florida a crowded city. Leopold was often, by chfticc, possession of the key of the apartment he

lnr.t\I'11i:}. Dc. 21st I9tfCS' SDA.'iTICOSTIVE I to Foreclose a Mortgagt given by the Dfendmt to alone; but now he would have given much for a returned in the evenin'? and withdrawing

IT I IJlj'1't"C.-n. CHAIR ES aad JAS. D. WEST- PILLS. the said Plaintiff,on the following described Projerty, companion. The evening was cold and unplca the bolts of this newly discovered portof,
N Real and Personal,{to wit )-The Northwest _
)' L) OTT Tr.. f.flf 'res.__________________________________ I I made consf to.impose Ocnce of spurious the attempts imitations which of hare tho above been a the West half I of the Northeast: quarter of quarter action sand nt ; and son 'hat fatigued by the exertions of 1 found bitnself at the top of a narrow stair,

utIrflC jQuincyRaces.C .Ic \ed Hue's on the public,the proprietor foJi- twenty-eight. The Northeast qiuirter of stction the day, he t leTt disinclined i to wander abroad in. which conducted him to a second door beUw, J
I .
search
fe '., on thi zecnstly of confining the S'de of the JJixturt : twenty-nine,Township one and range one, Norh and ofamusement. He strolled to the window; opening into a piece of waste ground-formerly -
1 to .z; /etc established! West, situated in the county of Leon and T6I1"itnry a high dark building reared its frowningvils! on
agents as ire just sufficient to a trim
supply: tile ris'jlar demands. A full supply of these o Florida. The West halfof the Lot designated on the opposite side of the narrow street ; but all was howling preen, when the barrackwas
'1(1111 Medicines! will ix- constantly kept by the Apcntshosc the original plan of Tallahassee, as number nhetyfivc silent and dc erte. He sal 1 down by the fire of the residence of Prijice of the Blood,

: \\ names and residences are annexed, and the -A female slave named Martha, about .Iftec.i green wood wInch blazed ft-ebly on the hearth, but now overgrown with weeds, and entirely
:w e. : proprietor jwsAes it distinctly understood, that be will years of age-a female slave named Sally about liirly and gazed upon[ vacancy until he almost fancied disused.i In.l (' rucr of ibis: wiisl.:rneS3 stood

t ,. not be rfijivntible jar the genuineness of any Mixture years of a ;e-and her child Kitty Ann, about two that! he could see the pale: face: of his friend, dimly aintended fanciiul: building, of throe stones in height,
'. t h soil as his by any persons, except his authorised) (tge'II!. years ofage. CALL & WALKEl, shaped in the dreary void. He stretched out lib for
.
; i
-I ._. z.1 Spurious mixtures have been made and sold in considerable Tn'Uhassee, 5tli Ocr 1-17.owf4ln an observatory ; and from the
band for
-
: t: '- a bouk, and strove to beguile the
weary summit of thin
5. s edifice
he obtained
quantities ny two physicians in Loon and CAUTION.THIS hours with its contents. Thefume was filled a complete
-:. '- ;:.I1 _..:.i.' Gadsden counties;, and perhaps "by others,.and will i.=> to ftrwarn all persons from purchaieiug with wild tales: ; of human beings who hr.d brought view of the fur widows garden. It was of a
doubtless! :->e imported from New \ ork and elsewhere.Tims .
tbc GailsJen Course' Note of hand given l IIY the subscrilcr to sin and misery their heads by inforliidden considerable extent, and gracefully planted
nvrr at dniney, ] ?, therefore,.who wish to the 1141011 dabbling
genuine
TflE"Races procure John M".MilIin for thirty dullars, payable 1st Jaruary with linden trees. The soft bordered
turf
"' Wtfilist'Mhy the 7th day of tidf can be sure of getting it only from the agintf.Tlvfi arts,-tearful mysteries by which the was
cry, J81.\antl continue four days. 183Thcsaid Note has been pas-Jed into llr; laudsof enemy of man might be summoned at need ; tilea \vi i'h beds of flowers/and bowers ef roses"and
following gentlemen arc Agents in Florida. David Adkins and has been paid (the note i aid
'.Dro Parse $20'J 2 milf heats' -Entrance $20 E. D. to be lost) by tlic su S\rilJcr. of vampires, thrusting their unhallowed bodies I I honeysuckle .shaded rustic eeat-s from the midday -

I IReT1 I D jj'sruise JilnO--1 mile l Ilc'\t::, best 3 in 5- Kerr 4'Perkins Sturges, General, Agents Agent for nt Tallahassee.St. Marks. CJAS.t1 .\ H.D'c. i into the assemblies of the living ; and of the mur- sun. It was here that the beautiful Alexa
Enlace 20 rier of infants
6 13t4: 17-4 slaughtered for the purpose of securing the
-
Jamrs [
C. Ecclc.s, do. O.uincy.4 ] spent largest portion cf her time. Here
;'Pay's Purse to consist! of tli? Entrance Monry
horrid charm. The clock
d( some struck eleven
oT& first and. second days-1 ruile Itcts- Guiding & Fglsom do. Mickasfloky.Darius NOTICEIS and -. she walked, and read nod -ung, and tended
his book
Williams&Co do Monticcllo. throwing away he sought his
Entrance 15 Thomas Alexander hereby given that I shall apply to the J.tdge of couch.i the blooming treasure.-* of the luxuriant soil-
do. Hickstcwn.
wftl :::Jhy't) Purse to cor.sistof. the Entrance Money the County Court of Hamilton Couity, six i Here, too, were her brds and admiration
:
J. F. Potts He Leopold's
but ;
rued do. Chattahoochcc. went to sleep, not to rest his
I of me third and ,f.yrlh d lys-1 mile out.Eir.wc weeks after date, for Letters of Administrath on the ; '
: : 10 AlaliV.lm Furguson, do. Thomasville. Estate WILLIAM UNUEUWOOD, late of sad County I dreams were troubled and fevcri.sh. The increased, a* be watched her pursuing -

!' r.ntriest,)he' n..idc with the Secret ary by scvcuOiitji Holmes\CantierJr.& Williams. do. Mannnna. deceased, this the Cth day of December If 31.Doc.6ihl83L form of Vnnostrode repeatedly flittered before i her innocent employments dressed .in

,cnlr! the lid) previous to that vf miming./ JOHN, R.do.ROWAND Campbelltown. JAS.DUJfCAN. him ; and he ,walked through damp churchyards -: tasteful yet simple attire, and divested ofthnse
A. J. FORM A.N, S"cVv Proprietor. [17-6] cumbrous folds which had hidden half her
bout GniJsalrn: Club. -: .\'. 1. 13 1. ((12-CmJ) where the yawning graves disclosed

fi> Otolu r 23. l.=:). t J1J-11 1 \Jockey\ ] For Rent, mouldering bones and putrid fragments of the_ charms.
' airy 11. A. & CO.
._, PIERSON
n&c ._ : Debating \vhcthnr he should writoto
-- --- ---- --- It I A comfortable two story dwelling house dead. Un re freshed by such disturbed slumbers speak or
i C.Va.'ni'Hi; to the 1 Ibriner : ,;urtrncntof FALL (neatly furnished) eontail1ingOsevc1al he awoke in the morning, and found the t her, he regretted that he did not posses tho- :

Goons, sjiiscriln'r Ins just received perpil.w : I and all necessary ut buildings, a garden : p.ueticaltalonts/ of Vanostrode who had excelled
lorhe j scene little less dreary by day-light tbat it had I
inefnll.itif GnocEUics
wliviii! LLJ :
c. together with small house near by for
.. suitable l in the lin offender JFenrful
been the ni ht. compos vet' -
Jil4:1W! t.; ":'.\'1i : an office or private bed room,nil o" which are at p"e- preceding 'Long grass grewin /
2)0 1.M*. fresh saperfiinp Flour, I seut occupied by the subscriber, to whom, persons I i the street into which his windows. looked. that his. letters might fail to make acr impress 'C '

2)0 !sickhjiri-ii,5;; Al'jra! Salt, I r wishing to rent, can apply for terms. The opposite house had an air of grandeur i iu upon her heart, he pfetfdered on the
Ie"m I
[r'-J t I-1::: i'utk SUSAN S. SNELL. means of obtaining a private interview and
: ;'-I'l-t-! decay, and bore, like l his own, svmptoms of ;
:;.5t)j HI.tjw'ior! Ham MerchantTAX.LAUASSEE I Tailors Quincy--DE'c. C ((17tl1IROCLAL11TION.] a ladder of which could
t iantD ; being tenantod by a much smaller: number of prepared rope$,by he
F') d.l. \ ';:krnl t'=' !Il'N, persons than it was calculated} to contain. have easily descended into .the garden, uot-

!til't'. ('.,:: efl ni1t'rChl'cSI..I': ( 1:410f' &01i"r.ljdl I, GEORGE K. WJIKKER, Captain Roseawold was not a Bohemian by, withstanding the height of the tower. nut he

'turdit (dJI1)- )_ _IIKNJIV- BOND._ __ FLOflhZAw Secretary and Acting Governor of the Territory ol I birth ; family misfortunes had obliged bun to I. was restrained by the fear of offt-ndmg ; .and
Florida
do NOTICE. enter service and associated for I 'determined to content himself with the pleasure -
1 hereby declare and make kn"wn, that on the a forcing a I j'
iel : X ve Naf'rr! die afJ'irction \\'i111Ic l Wiado tJheti.n Do > of looking at her until
< '\ of October 1 J'l.t, nt .iu Election held I considc.)lc period with a set of men whose- some Iat'ourabl9.
'' .TXJB Jut: Latter-h*- C.Ultr'\\1i1wistl'ation! C-"n-t fur the County tlrl! in boundary of Leon, JOhN D. EDWARDS was licentious manners inspired him with disgust. i i 'opportunity oifered for the disctasure of hiS
tho
on fs'atc I
a! ti 1 TIZ': J. IIv',IK-: de.'cn-. ] duly for elected said a Member nf the next Legislative Council bo had contracted a habit of li'il1'Cf) uuich:I j i !pas.ioa.Qn .
County, to supplvihe occasioned
vacancy
oI I JAMES BAVGIT, Ailm'r.SAUAHAX J by the death: Nathan Byrd, Esq alone ; which would have rendered his present I \i day: a sudden storm of thunder and

:\avtili&x 1IA1>LEY., Adm'irix. :I;' I I GITEK under my hand at 'J alaiasseethis] .: 21st situation less irksome, but for the cheerless! I 'rain drove th- lady into her. house and.oblied -_

--- -_._ I day of November, I 183-1. aspect of his residenceand the painful rctuinid-.1cence.s 1 ;; Leopold( to take shelter in a lower opart- ;

PI"7t 1 I.L ADWri-TTiATOIl'S.. NOTICE \ [flGtf J GEO. K. \\r rLKEr.. which it produced. He did not posses i[ :lJ nt. Uelieving that the storm would not be- '

A: Wu.1.1 pmnll*M- YACR h'ttLigiVni, lair;('if iMK GadMlon against: the rouiity estate, arc oi; ._- PROCLAMATION: : a single letter of introduction to any oq[ i''of lon,; continuance: and certy"a that the mo-

en i telviictificd tt pn-fciit them! without dolay pvojtfr.ialicn I DIRECTIONS.The GEORGE K.BT WALKER the inhabitants of Prague, and his si+j uru i in.:i! .:| meat it was ovcr Alcxa would return he re-
,
'\ 'icaicU io the siihcrilitr And in '! roved! to remain where ho was until the
nm '' : ]>ersois j I Height indispensable, Secretary and Governor Florida. that promised to be of the most disagreeable sky
Acting
.nnenu:'cl: t-i Uiuutc lr; 'C'IjHt.IC'd\kr. O. KENAN to imke imtneiliutc i 1. Round the chest under coat. DO hereby declare and mike kii'iwii of that, on the description. lie rode out through the etivi i:, cleared! ,I, h\'ays I easier to repair to his ac" -

jet] R1cL' C'J r.'rtl Grrdshn? cpuaw, ) Ad.a'r. 2. Do.Vaitt.. I fist Monday in September l lus:. the follow in- rOils of the city during the morui'ig! and \\alked! [ |j customcil l station--thj ipot which overlooked

\)\ lUirfiih, 1811. $ 14-Sw 3. From bak-scam to elbow nod knuckle joint. dividiulQ were elected Members of ths next L,ghia-; in the streets after dinner. Still: there were J t the g'1rlIen-be had never before taken any
4. Round the thigh. tivc Council', as has hcen loyally certified] to me. I notice of the interior of the
I hours be book in his j observatory. He
Storairo g.Commission nll 5. From the hip-joint to the ancle. many to spent over a ,
belI ?il1efS. For the of Leon, ] Nathan! Byrd, and desolate wiih he i: no\v a.-miscJ himself by examining the faded
county apartment.Vcary reading; j
the above
I THC ku'jscribcr! will rrr:..ivc COTTO\ and Gopns Dy scale of measurement gentlemen at a ) Hector W. Braden ; I k: ; *
ill d i Siomze or disjx.ii.-i Prtidufe on com misIII. distance may be cn.il/led to forward their measures, Jefferson, Jams L. Parish ; often, involuntarily, strayed to the window ; i iecorations. The furniture was of the most
i Ihs Wareh-tUbc IS cnuiparativcly secure from: which will ever n"-pf with prom' -. tteutlon. ". Musquito, Charles Downing; for though there was seldom any thing to be f i unlique dcscnptiojs, and fist dropping rto"doi .

fd ** W. C. WLLKll. -" -- Hamilton, William jM. Hunter; seen, the light alone attracted him. i o ir. lie feared to sit down on a worm-eaten
'
[let I hfrtiMr.. WB. MAKER, T.-ilLhassee NEW GOODS I' Washington HilWxirou,,Samuel Samuel fUuIu.ll Stansbury; ; One day; when thus listlessly employed: he couch, which was placed beside an old fashiorud -

t'oL J!. G Ai'srr.s.Jefferson, or, AND U Columbia, Robert Brown. observed the od) domestic who occasionally table, lest it should sink under his 'vcight.
I GIVEN under hand at Tall\hascc, this 21st I! Pulling away one of his dust-covered cushionsto
I 5---.,NI'S.Cl.I1S0Ll'lJ If.'r'ATLOR, Charlcston. J.ml I1Q1D f my hovered about the premises, holding open the t I
JAfkov.. 29. I Id.I. I 15-Cw day November, 1834. : scrutinize more closely its of
of
if
the
. .. --- A. EnSON & Co. would respectfully inform flGtf] GEO. K. WALKER. massy gates opposite portal, us t to capability
NOTICEs H. their customers and the publick generally give some approaching person entrance. Leo I I sustaining him he observed a small roll df '

p ,(LL PCrsl1 liavinj; claims against; the Estate of that they arc now opening their new Stock of ,jrxi For New York, pold cast his eyes down the street ; they I paper, which slipped behind it; and upon .unibldingit -
bntrsoH \y IL,OX, laU of Gt'lltss.f'n! County, TnE substantial Brig SIJSQUEIIAN- struck with
ere! FALL & WINTER GOODS rested upon a female, tall, graceful, and too ] was astonishment
y notified to ) WILSON will sail with despatch
authcu8u1'fcribcr. NAIl
present ihcm-prnpcriy capt. '
a c&d the dismay, by seeing.a pencil sketch of Alexa
: ,tlJ t11; ; finely proportioned to be disguised -
M ": [ without delay-.ind persons just received from New York consisting ofa splendid for the above port. For freighterpassage by
i debt(:d to
I cnt 1I1ImcJi.:d}'. MAUGARET \VI lSON, Extr jugs, of a great variety, selected from late importations I St. Marks Nov. 29th, 1S34. ((16tf.) sudden gust of wind-happily as the soldier I- of VanostroJ-" **_ >.I -tKniir?
IdI I LEVi R. WILSON, Exor.Co. of the most fashionable order.-Likewise, I Igeneral a New YuiK thought-caught her veil, and, blowing it -c iid bad been engaged in the like adveiiturc

eGJI, I\IOY___ !_Gidsden_. .-DC". 6 [1 17-HI) assortment Fancy Articles for Gentlemen's Foi uside, disclosed a pale and lovely countenance. with himself; and suddenly the manner ot
dress viz -8toc1ts of description, Gloves, Brig ARATIIUSA, BRIGHT, having
*a : every that friend's and
EEXOVq77 have inv The accident occasioned a moment's delay death-always singular suspicious -
ofa LIQUID, Suspenders, Pongee Hhdfs., Fronts and Collars, fine Part ofher cargo en7aged-will ;
.. Prtpared and Sold R. Linen Shirts Hosiery, &c.-Splendid Seal, Fur, and waBfibL mediate despatch. for balance freight, but hastily re-arranging the flowing drapery, -appeared to him to have differed .
by S. BERJMRD
,&IIril DrugVIRGINIA. Cloth Caps, fine Silk, Plush, and Beaver Hats of the say 200 or passage,having extensive accommodations, she went into the house, and the door closed widely from the general surmise. The conviction -
&UIJXORFOLK, lastest fashion. applay to the Master at St. Marks.-Nov.29. f 2v:] of his murder flashed
A _____, ._..a _I'_Aft.1. ....1..1 '.."... wi.... upon her. Leopold was now never tired of like lightning. ,
r, A --Ulll lit \Jt .ca.u3. Jou..uw.u'Ft his brain.
gCIICtai
ret mI1rt1 IDl J mmi'Q up by the subscribers, in the most faithful and fashionable .I STORAGE: c. standing at his lattice. A small square, in one through -

mat lB.BtRNAR'S RENOVATING LIQUID for i style, consisting of Overcoats, Frock & Dress .THE undersigned has large and cenvenient Wart of the heavy stone framed windows of the opposite [ I There had been too many instances of suicide -

tIlcting all kinds of Oils Paints, Tar and Greasel..the.lUO' Coats and Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat's hair Camlet; for the Storage of GOODS and COTTON. mansion, had been frequently left open in persons even less likely to lay violeut
,
in the United free ( !
l'omaUjcharges :
IT. Cloaks and Wrappers,Pantaloons and Vests of almost Cotton shipped to any port ,
t de1i"ate colored Sill. Satins Cloths without his attention. He hands themselves, for 'doubt
/**! --ne ; descriptionamong which are rich figured and I i for lighterage/;f-c. exciting now contrived upou Leopold to
flit r CDlour[ ;or orT texture.e1 rets, without injuring in the least every Double-breasted Velvet and fine black Cloth aid I .EDWARD SEfXAS. to exalt himself in a manner which the ['possibility of V nnostlode' committing .

pol| TLi rcceat and valuable chemical discovery is of- Cassimerc, Valentia and white Marseilles Vests &c. Magnolia, Flo.Nov'H t.-165wr permitted him te look down the aperture ; and I, the act universally attributed to him/Jwheu C

* l I feTed lti fnr sale by the Subscriber.-It almost superi Fne Marino and Lamb's Wool Nett-ShirU and Drawers ; Gerardin & Way in this way, he often gained a view of the lady, first the catastrophe was bruited abroad. lIe'had
tit' the and Under-V
fine Nett Silk Doe-skin cat., s
:*. < necessity." of dying, and the Scourer's "vofone excellent- article for invalids. Watch Makers and Importers of English, qpd -either pacing up or down the apartment, or been found bathed in blood in bis'bed,

chant's Fifty breeches cents from worth critirism will for secure twelve a A quantity of course Clothing suitable for Negroes, French Jewclry-and Fancy Articles, sitting, in a pensive attitude, at a table, with with his own sword lying by his side. But

JOt'I.it *Iature tS. ".acts like a charm upon silks of the finest and an assortment of ludia Rubber 3urtouts, Pea- received at their es her fair head wresting on a delicate white ban 1. now, when he perceived the facility with which

.itpia 'b.1 Instantly removing the taints of grease, jackets and Trowscrs warranted offered for very sale durable the sub-and HAVE OB Monroe-st. Inexpressibly intercted by his beautiful neighbor his body might have been, conveyed from the

, lIosto.ut U1 teate hclst aff"Ctin? the fabric itself-the perfectly scribers on water-proof very low, arc terms. A deduction by of 10 percent by late arrivals from New York he inquired her name and family ; and place of sacred haunt to his sleeping'apart

l II htore It like lodgments dust befwrp of abl war ush.upon It is Coat no quacke-collars will be made for .all orders accompanied with a are large the assortment follow ing viz,among: which learned that she was a widow, her husband ment, he became jealous oTfbul play. His
3SJin. true the cash. died hour after the solemnization of frame shook with horror and he '
1tke secnndum< item mode of appearing Gold and silver Watches Ladies having an looked round
.. old clothes at the leas imaginable expense. IDT: The subscribers return their sincere thanks for Watches Gold Earrings;; his marriage. It was said that she had been expecting to be confronted by the grim face

'lI rts ed of to Gentlemen at 50 cents & phial, and allpeOle the would very still liberal hope by patronage their assiduity heretofore and strict received attention ai Breastpins, Fingerrings, Watch: forced into a union which she disliked ; and! of an assassin, glaring m at him from the open
-
can have it the Gentlemen and Ladies
ko at same pnce.ttt Chains and Key, :
patent
.as c. r ne"Ci be apprehended in using it upon to business, to merit and receive a continuation of the] Guard Chains. Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain and: 1 there were not wanting those who whispered door. Was Alaxa so perilous a creature,

. h nd most delicate Bilks-nor is it like the same. cut glass Beads of every description; Ink-stands, that the glass of poisoned fir-water, which I he that death overtook the wretch 'allured bj

COlDmonly advertised in onr days, which by IC3 All orders will be thankfully recived and; and first as Bronze, &c. Perfumeries of the best quality, patent drank in mistake, had not been left upon the her beauty He shuddered at thp thought.

** (77Ting!oue- evil almost does it invariable require The produce anotherXfisrfie'7aor .: they rate WORKMEN haTe engaged, they in are their prepared employ to execute steady all orders Pens, ,Ladies' Boxes ladies of every and size.children Scissors, PocketBooks side-board by accident. Nothing, however, The natnre .of his late studies-.-the tales of
preparative ,
Baskets for Bead-Bags
bke. other tenovaters- nch as hot irons and at the shortest notice. and in the most durable and India Rubber, Bracers,Pistols,Percussion Caps, Look- had transpired at the time to criminate her ; denivns passing into the human form..-.of fear

. ?ections Onlir little clean.wter, &Cc.Jrding tohe :I fashionable style.- Tallahassee. Oct. 25. f 11-6m.- ing-Glasses &e fyc.Tallahassee. and, the heir having disputed her right to the ful corripacts, spells, and love charms, to JJe

. taa be eztr, IS W8ltting. Oil or Grease of .any, kind .ALACHICOLA HOTEL October 11, (1834. (9tf) property for .which she bad been sacrificed, sealed by the lifeblood of some devoted beiag-
A:Without a.cted from the most delica.t.e 'color d cur- mIlE. above FAtablishmeni111 be open for.the te house she inbabited and small had rendered him liable :
th usual mmwasJ.aDID mIm m Q the a jointure to receive superstitious
r. trouble of them
taking; up.- oCBoarden and Tranllen by the.20 I i
:upUOD '
tz lecordmg to the directions, it will at once stant. lNO. T. MYRICK, I'Apa'a.cbi : LARGE, ''and complete alone remained. She lived in'strict seclusion, impressions ; and, in the dam rays&rry

r I.' *t t'ferY delicate: particle of grease from the finest doth ol& 18th Octth ;.1834.. 1 0.3 m A. xientof Presh'Drugs and Medicines, assoiei tBl- .partly from choice i and: partly because she> which,now .enveloped bin, he,was almost. inclined -.

. ,tfTteXtflte.tD Rilks. without injuring' in the least" .; COPARTNERSHIP. ved from New York tnd Baltimorafor sale,wholesale was shunned by the,'relations 'of her husband, to believe that suchUimgs.'might! beu

f ?Pply of the above valuable a.rt4cie- subscribers,have:., sociaj., themselves in and retaiL Country.Merchants and Practitioners sup people of consequence i in the.city:; and, others 'The'melanholl' circumstances .f Yas
'.M fOr sale .' J. THE ip tinder the firm MA&TIN 'fy RAT> pUedOIlthe most ammodftthJ2aEIXAS. .
by : .t' .1 -* ', KMi MARTIN .. following their example abc had little encouragement thode's decease had already,)jn a great .2

fui"'& ,*Sept. 10th 1834 E.n... PE11XINS.. Ag'fl ,.J I Nov..IO, 1fle-I4. .. 'Wlla. b4 T. .\Y2641 'JPruggist Magnolia,Florida.. emergafrom retirement... surse,.subdued the cheezfutaesf'. r lyi- -



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ful ,mind' ;, land'' now the) hung like ._a dead' TBR BARQTO ELLEN>/ s- rim ie1iII of the ca-p b i irfd. We had supposed ..hjnivtoftjosses* 'more I FLORIDIIj. Zr

IJ.. 1weIt; upon kU heart-fo v b despii*.of all Capt. .Lowet, or.th ;ahip Cejlonr of-Bath, ing and been the JBStnr provided for prolonging-8UCh partfcularsfai the j journey would not I ,.hey perJiaps independence la Thfr Senate, and,sounder wan friended views to qconsiitutionalw. ethe: balance ,.
&a efforts to ropeB4.Un painful idea, he tear- reported lila arrival Executive AtLUaA
ok on Liverpool, ID Hay 4 be satisfy the Iwfliffies of a wheel of the governmeflt-tO standpetween A :
ed to search deeply info the cau8etestit should last l that an' the' 16th of Aprif in laf 40 in practical engineer necessary cannot ar present l be stated.The encroachment and jxpuarcpnce.! It was SATURDAY DE ,0
: criminate the' woman he adored. l oug.' 48 he saw a large vessel on fire cotton performance and construction of the 0 roa. to endure for a longer- term than anj other bra neb, CEMJfi 4 '

:. In hi* anxiety to secure her from'the'scan- l loaded, with a white head and burning nearly chine certainly comprehend several 'features of save the judiciary ; and by its peciiar, onraniza We received by lut mail _: V
i3al of any prying neighbour, he had always to the water's edge. considerable novelty and ingenuity, and unquestionably tion u> be, in effect, a permanent b(jdjr. But Air.Spracnie WroTE, winch; will be a letter. tJ
of interested ,
the chnour pubhShtd.DQt
taken most rigorous precautions, in pas- Tho'barque Ellen, 6F -this port, having never reflect very great credit both upon the has surrendered and to 3 What'ccuse can be- ted arrived at We&biD'Rton "

ping to and.fro.from the bairacks to the observatory freen heard from since (her saillmg from ability and perseverance of its talented projector. offered partisans? Because- forsooth why the people did not I' mcncemenl of the Session. previous t4 ,.:

to avoid being seen. A thick hedge Charleston the last of March, for St. Petersburg ) .FROM SINGAPORE. .f choose to make him their Governor'! Non con- i V
of yew which. %Bordered he bowling green, great" apprehensions were entertained l slat but that the people ,de mt'clll1n more usefii* The RACES over the Taalt
not toeing sufficiently high, in one or two that she was the vessel' seen by Capt. Lowel From the Chronicle of May 1st, the following and more appropriately qualified for Senator thane been well attended during! rhe Coori
pt
places to screen!' him from view, he invaria. : and be was written to for a more particular account i is copied. I h coul.l be to serve them as Governor, and refused tidal account of the result! wit be; wee "

bly J bent hiar body as he passed these gaps; of the situation and appearance of the An atrocious piracy was committed a few i i him their votes on that _ount But l be that w For the present, wc wH IJllbr Veek. ,

am},,when nt the summit of the tower, neverpenvUted I wreck. nights ago, at Jangiong Panuso, just outside ,, a s it may, he was elected Wa. different body, to the Florida COLTS entered only ri
: from not the peo lc"but the Side, in its sove* I II I and ow
above the An the harbour, native boat returning represent
his.head on a
to
appear para- answer wag received yesterday, in which the man, have proved themselves 1 !
by
He determined to make his ho states h this settlement to Puo! Laut. The boat a I reign capacity, uid even a rejctionofhiin tqutl to-the
pet now approaches I that on the 14th of April last when people, as their officer, does not prove him to beat I blood of Carolina Virgini aad .
i with redoubled vigilance; fQr he felt I about 40 leagues E. S. E. from the southern small defenceless one, was fired into by the liberty to refuse further represent; or the I II TeD de

that danger. larked within the apparently
_i precinct. Stealing cautiously dowi :I o'clock P. M, he saw a vessel on fire-it was and.two or three dangerously wounded. I rily shorten the Senatorial term. I The accouut it givvslatians fl lra.nf tit

: Starrs*, lie o bserved tracks of Vanostrode in I very dark, and blowing heavy from N. W. He: After having despoiled the boat of what cargo l except with France i is ( r

? the centre apartment. .Passage* from Us passed so close to the wreck. that the (fire blew she had which consisted principally of rice, : INFLUENCE OP THE STOJ\UCII.-Thaocm.- part which embraces'this) igbly tubipublished laf4'9That ire
I poems were written upon the walls; and. in at across the Ceylon's dedfr, and for a moment the pirates allowed her to pass, The H. C. : ions of the mind havo a powerful influence I t' he.. Time alone ,.t a 1

febficure corner, ho found a military glove. I he was afraid his sails might catch on fire. The schooner Zephyr, then on a trip round the island upon the stomach. Let a peraon who w jmj; suit, and whatever thai caD a. the ,

bore his friends1 initials, and wa stained
bl'o&d-tbe L floor was covered with tapestry oil with the exception of the forecastle cillor on board, fortunately fell in with her, and a piece of news, either exceedingly joyful to stntain the prepared President, at any .t.el1porary .

: of so. dark a color, that it could not betray remained-there were no masts standingbut the wounded men were sent back to Singapore or exceedingly distressing, his appetite. goes inhis detennin3to '
I ask for thaV
thc crimson dye which had been most probably the foreyard or what he supposed to be it in the guard boat which was in atten- i in a moment. Children who are about to setout nothing that is not clea ly rightanj to,| ,
rait
poured out upon it ; but the stairs were lay across the night head swimming about. By dance. One we hear had his feet amputated'V on a pleasant journey, it is't'n known. to nothing that is wrong. wit J
if the wood had I and another has a gun-shot wound in his thigh cannot eat. This when I child usedto -
rrvirked in.several places, as the light of tho fire he saw that the trail board; was a Jrlr.: ;' Wr.\-TS reply 10 CoL
: >ican scraped,. for the purpose of obliterating 'ere g-uildcd, but could not astertain what kind I wfiirh threatens to prove dangerous to the bo called "journey proud." On the other appear in our ncxt.DIYXER. 'VIn7g'3 le'tt, UtajeI

: .VOta that would not wash off. Passing 4jac of head she had-.smelt the cotton burning andSQ'Y. I man's life. hand, a blow upon the stomach will sometimes
ft i is jnopecled still lower, to that ground flower, upon i'd. an vprw Hi'QiinrHv; ; the bales on f irn. TO GUV. E.rro.y.
v.tvvILrtIfnn ha "A..Ved that nu a He also states that he run before the wind I which committed ibis piracy is or are attached when the body his been very hot, ba often In pursmn\ of previous of!
n., neen rondo iu iho wull sufficiently large about an hour, carrying light in the hope of E to the large fleet boats which acccmpanied the had the same effect. Attend to your COin pan- I last, a public dinner was giTeby I\rrangfTi'Jrftf..s to V t flu

for a man tQ pass through into Alexa's garden. falling in with the boats, &c. He thinks the Sult.'n of Linga, on his late excursion to Joi ions i when on ajojrney a foot ; as thru stomachs I a large number of the citizens Qo'v. r.

The breach was carefully concealed Uy a pan- vessel was about thc Ellen's size, but thai he hort, for the purpose of visiting the tombs of grow empty, how sullen ard sSent the: vicinity AH pities uiition the of TsHuha ,C

*.! placed against it on the inside; and Leopold could not indtfntify her." his ancestors. Notorious as the Linga Malays whole party becomes let a crust? bread, a him a cortiai. welcome. At 3 o'clock oce31 OQ,1 Wi

knew that i it must be effociually shadowed by There is no doubt this vessel was the Ellen, are for piracy, we wonder the Sultan was l little cheese, a glass of ale or woe betaken, sat down eaa-Munpttous entertainment.l&e 'par

the clustering evergreens which encircled the and we fear the officers and crew all perished. pernitted by our government to bring with and cheerfulness irmnodiiteJy rrigus even cloth was rem ,ved,the fOllowing 'roast., tfr d:

)valls of the outer pleasure grounds, The Ellen was only two years old, and one himso useless: a tiuue as thirty or forty boats l lon/y before any nutriment has (fmd time to: I. The Terriury,f FlorHTime :- ml'r.t were dihe

Hitherto, Roscnwold's visits to the obscr of the finest vessels belonging to this port t and we hope the Rhio Authorities, by whointeicjtjssion -*, reach the g' iicral circuliiivc sysilmv Thse dlo.ic will t :vr.W! h!r rc nr" i' t 'M!

.' Valor} had been limited to day-light, but now Her cargo consisted of 600 boxes of white the visit vms permitted, will m ike I t things also show th'! general sympathy between nntes.e. ct sWtly to 'e: !her wLc h-rj s-1I:11. .r Foet.
he determined to repair thither in the strict search for the of the States of tne coifc'j '* "'
evenings sugar aud 750 bales of cotton. There was or inquiry perpetrators the stomach rvi-l every other port of the ra Y' iwT
close-to surprise Alexa-and gain (from insurance on the vessel and cargo here and in I the liracy, if(he r.-port he < ')T her own lips, the confirmation or the removalof 1 New York, to tho amount of $34,000 by the Lina pdip'; :. I ,.V:. i'lre Nary. the! (Jr-hc'l 0 utes.I. ed*u

his suspicions, ere he prnceeded further in of coals consumed in Englanl' The Aniiy n'tLs Uni-flSfates: 113bo

the scrutiny which ho determined to institute: PRINCE PUCKLER MusKAU.-It appears b}' K P. Willis has soaiu exeolienl i pw..i g anltrah s is cikMiat: { i- follows :-In th:-V I. .: :'..:jOtt. Guew-GoT. In* tl. Kit011._. 1 :

respecting his friends death. Unexpectedly the last foreign papers, that this Prince, who m in hs letter from r)ruroM-; --omt* ctio ct. a.i tllovinu tiianofiictoriprf, L3);).OUJ London .ch, *Iron.., ;- ., ., arrval. ,r.r fl'9. $ ", ith1 fetI1yYe:frlliV tIlt

called away upon miUtaiy business, he was i has been for some time expected to arrive in descriptions. lie is particularly f*r- i in house held consu.npu.jn :5,5 00,OO(, making \ ;d. ; a. rq1htt'! Dvby 'lVY.. E.1.TO" in:1: Cf1t.q' a'II
detained from )his quarters till past twelve o' this country, has been engaged in a duel. The VI'n when .illudiu to the fur sex, and discnm.i 9,00;,,000 London chnldro.s, consumed from 6.':\';h'tare dJ.(: s. I
dock. He the hour late for h' the i inland oIlerie The ThC Cowtiiotinn Cf tf.e U. .-Thc rt)
thought too any Prince engaged a surgeon at Lei eJ to whom > anl y.Vitness following portraitof ; ( quantity sent ciKtshvidoon .1f'mf Libcrucs 'alTtI
chance of finding the lady up ; but notwithstanding on their way to the battle groiyid, he explained I i Hebrew girl. both-sidtfa of the !isl-in.l, i 3,000,000 ch.ildrons 7. The :\i di.t-ot the.ur arfccf rxi- My. 81 81tl plOr
the peril which evinced him he could The rich tl.lrkl..h coffee in by 12,000,000 in ail. T4trryT l:1Ssh 81a
I as follows:-"In one: of my romances I made was brought ; making us -it aJy r. .li, rl. :
not refrain from -visiting* be place, so fatal) tothe Udc of the ordinary means of giving interest to I aa dd woman. wh'> left hor slippers below as It appears! from a late semi-aima-I report :1.-.1 .; make ttcmi I'ht i ivic i cJt(: :.! .r.11 pro1 wuJ- IIIleI

unfortunate Vanosrrode. Listening to the scenes of my drama and represented my she (tapped upon the mat, and our host followl that there h-id been an increase on too Ajan- d. A;ficdtu.-t;-The p;..
ascertain that no one else was abroad, he proceed liero as giving him?el!up to violent passion ocl l vMth chibo'i,ties and a renewed welcome. chester and Liverpool rail way during the last t 1 wf'llLh: of nuions.: lJi.mdi.tlC S01rCt of. Su

with a cautious stcp, through the yew I and all those irregularities which are their inevitable brfiht pair onjyeshdd been peeping for some h half year of merchandise sevten thou und seven 9. '.v m. P. Duval-Otir higTiIy: peed

walk. All was silent as the grave, not a leaf consequences. I gave him a nanio i time'rom on of the chambers, and with H.ij- hundred and twenty seven ton.and of ckao\ the !)fl',".,(I \i.wing cstecmdvcrnor ei. the

stirred, nor was there a single night-bird on I chosen Rt venture, for you know in every fiction ( ji'. permission, I calif out a graceful creatur.j passengers twenty nine thousand two- hundred t him. him tilt
the wing. He passed the of 14, with like Grecian Capidon f fifty five A dividend of four >. .
aperture---eirierg- the principal actor must necessarily be a shape a pOMons. nod ;i i I H -JiKlwiarjr- and iflCorniptibl P
ing from a dreary waste of tall flags awl tan invested with one. By one of those strange awl la 'tmid s\veetn i expression that: mIght: half per cent. for the last six month' had oeen I '1 1. Iu-A.-n.al Impronmemsur brcthccn of j

.1ed weeds, into Alcxa's fair and stately gar. perversities of chance which caunot be foreseen have lh?';cnd d to her from the gentle tluth declared, leaving a surplus ol jOOtto- meet Jorthr: have se; : t s the CiaB>pk! -shall! tee rtm.afu t tlV tla

den. Every thing there also was calm' and{: there happened to be in the north a L of Scripture. Th"rc are lovely beings all contingencies I rave J

.still; and alight from the window of a dis. person of great consideration bearing preciselytho LP over the world. It were a desert else. But I VV NOT_ r I. 1J.:: TIic beat PC Kiics ot FU riih-Let ns Lfp ;1 1it ::10

summcrhousc, assured nilU that she whomhe I same, and into whose hands mt work fell. did" not think to find such a diamond in a He- persons are cautioned C against traiJing for I will not, as iu Oliver coramiinhits tm, thebuJstwiety. : I cu:

sought had not retired to rest. lie approached lie took what was a mete production of my brew's Losom. I had forgotlnn to mention ALL Promisor/ Note of hand given by the a I A

the spot -a shriek smote hi. car- imagination for an .intended. and outrngoju her hair,which was very remarkable. thought subscriber, fr Five Hundred Dollars, and nude 'i.ay- I 13. \Vojiian"Whether lib
another, and another!-He rushed forward, personal insult. 1 was then at Palis. Severe at first it was dyed with henna. It covered able to John G. Smih, or bearer. Said note W tJ gi i- : adorned;by the bar, or i clwrr bed t ,

.}UJTst open The door, and arrived intime to complaints were made to the diplomaticig- her back and shoulders in the greatest profusion made yen sometime payable on about the the first 28th day of of Jau..l.y February neit.last, The mut I : willow,

ffescud his beloved! AJexa from the grasp of ents there, which at length reached me. I I[ braided near the head, and floated below c iuVralion for whih said ntite -\vasgicr, bxiving: Your smiles are our incecl, your l.)').ns oar piftJYOLUNTSERS. talJD

.a ruffian. Leipold seized: the villain by the gave possible explanation in in glossy and silken curls of a richness you entirely! failed r I am determined not to pay it unices ; .
every i
my powerbut Co!
compelled by law. his By Washington.-Virginia
Ilcrifcctrinesj
throat-the garments which he disgraced pro- they were not sufficient to satisfy the susceptibility would deny nature had you seen it in a pain- JOHN I her principles. cd
fed him to be a member of the church it ling. The color of the deep brown of a X PICG.
of the :party offended, and a reparation was _Nov.: 24. 934. 1S:f mirk I By IVIr BuH.-Wm. B. Nutta!! ill
WlMW
?far
was the prior ofihc adjoining convent. Threatened by way of arms was demanded and berry, almost black in the shade, but catchingthe bii sJ
gran Orleans Packets. i as : as a mountain, and as.hoiiest as the bemn.ruade '.
with immediate death, he made a full disclosure ted. For thw purpose we arc now on our way light at every motion like threads of gold. The schooners it. flt

: of his crimes. to A where I shall see'my adversary In my life I have seen nothing so beautiful. It TON, Capt. P. II.LADY SirAIW WASHING, & WASH-: By Liein. G. W. L\ng.-Central Flcrida-S ktl'tI

. Alcxu had long believed herself to be under: for the first and probably for the only time in was the hair lustrous and smiling" ol'quaint INGTON, Capt. M. SWuM will run continual prosperity attend the-n iti,iig cnter
; the influence of some malignant star. A hot my life." They at length arrived at the placeof old Burton.-There was something in it that regularly duriii.;; the season, every month as .PI'.tkcISJt j of her citiacns. rfl

,: rid destiny attended all those who sought her: rendezvous. Thfe adversary was before you could scarce avoid associating with the hctwccu. Ifh:New ISU.Orleans-13-Grm and and St. Marvks.Doc. By Col. Nuttall.--Florida-My htr l K&desCJ all

Affections. She had been mysteriously warned hand with him. Ho was a man of noble car character of the wearej-as if it stole its soft- be not in any wise is'\p'pojntc Jtl-t(1C"r\'m rl'1m' tllf.)

; not to receive the addresses of a second I riage, and of a serious but prepossessing ex ness from some inborn gentleness in her heart Fo New YorJc, by a listless neglect of proper attention t.) the iK;: b

: lover, lest ho should be.cut off like the first terior. All the conditions of the meeting had I I shall never thread my my fingers through .' The sutauntial new PriAXTIOCH, sk--n (knowledge! amonjj all classes -.; her auaurfuy '

Tile crafty monk hoped, by this means to been regulated before hand. The combatants I such locks again !P' CapU For freight FRF.EMAX of about, will IOU sail \v-fh: tJest"ch.; I. curp' 'b i il1.ilrl" I:'' h ;;Je 01"iY 'IIU II'k II'I I

: Jr ark upon the mind of a timid woman, and I were kept at a distance and only approached 1 the Captain on board, or W. C.bjltnnply\ll L1..8it.to iir; .Ejects ,>f mt-r.vii( hiyovin; < which wmldorcc

deter: her from seeking the protection of a in order to exchange shots. Not a werd, non IMPORTANT INVENTION.-We have seen a St. AUrks, Dc<. 1. I-tv t.c'-ure till ii rcj| raintofhcr rich ron II'E

. husband. lIe it was that !Ipronuonced her look, established the smallest communica small model of a water wheel invented by a New Book Stor'c.Tlf. nc.( xivc sl '-unv. of lel! r.'r.

nuptial benediction ; and it was by his contriVance tion between them. At the given signal they gentleman of this city, some months since called i subscriber has received and will n i.umc- L'y (J.'t. I. G. S !loe0- I'hft PnitJ&aesBt i t.
: that the glass of reach- the u wheel." The oI 'r Sampo;>n <>i f the "tpni.; tuti tlw rlx.e I t1
poisoned water advanced towards each other, and at the instant non reaction water (next door South of Mr. .Man r's store)
the-bridcgroom's lips. The prior's endcaV which had been previously agreed on, the principle i is entirely newand the redttiflVhiCh ji assortment of ROOKS and STATIOXART, and vrouM h'm itS ck11! drspiirit vilt Jc trny itsclfands
to i is l be glad to supply !I iU f.-iemJs and m ii:f rwmnnimitv incnornl lenb will l>r cnj ulpi-cd! in the rortx.
.UP penetrate into the devoted lady's gar two pistols were simultaneously discharged. so great, and causes' so much loss of poer'in '
den with any articles in .is line on the nvist reasonable By :,!ajiU.. Le was prevented by Vanostrode's persotering One of the champions was wounded in Jhu the wh :el at present used in this couulry, ; lerm!. Allhouj'i! }his assMrtneM is ixji
yetvary North to St-.tLh from the V. fcibeen
gallantry. He had (bund out the way throat-it was the Price's adversary-he immediately is cMitiral/l saved by this simple machine.Two >>ncr.iKhe experts tniku it S'.lay shipments nremly'nue !- est tote Aiuuilie "
4 : .-the observatory and almost Jived in it. Thej received the attentions paddles or buckets arc attached to the I an'! others to be made by the :'trst vessels iiobly i-uc.tiin.'d by the Pco ,l<.. to'W
which
eager 1 1'He Col. A. M.\m \ r-li Ci!
Geo/ \
: fi'im the North.: By : -- ;* K. llk? ;
r jealous monk feared that Alex viewed the: ,i his wound rentiirerf K -fnrlunnlolv------J it p was-- r.slight..".II. end .of two- frames of Iron, \hicb work on the !has 9ka! the Christian. --- pn --u.v.AIfl'. In".tr, nn'.I.I'.,. .1 I Ki-il nf sii-km: K ti' assnttv ll.n_. ..nvernniznt_ __ .of FIji
".u CA. U.
handsome hussar with a favourable eye, and -A 'eclaralion! previously agreed on, and expressing arms bf the wheel, by bearing in" plumber pressly for Florida, cabala ted :for the y.Meredhri of and has dislmroed; the dut.it.s of the office 1)thai 'Wtb
'
he resolved to remove him out of the vay. reciprocal satisfaction, was immediately blocks. !1ie.w frames and paddles perform I rall.lha?-.ce. and; containing loc'il omtter in relaliou satisfaction of his fellow-citizens.: tbei

Lying in wait in the centre apartment stabbed exchanged, and the patties separatedwith about the third of a revolution, and are prevented gross to the, Territory dozen, or,single which IIR oflVcs for sale either by the By Cot. J. J. Pittman.-The frealtb ofoardfitjgimhed

: him, as he passed down stairs.rrhe the cold and silent ceremonial which had from turning entirely round, as the wheel : Dec. 13. 18H. ISif copy. JAS. S. LINN. lelIovr-cinV.cn! Col.! "Inrat, aDd the mccnory tbp
stroke was mortal.Vanostrode his revolves by guides attached to the til
placed prevailed throughput the meeting. The noble arms ccn- ADMINISTRATOR'S the Bonaparte family.
hand-on the wound, threw off his glove, but duellists, each of whom had travelled more -equpntly as the wheel turns so do thp frames Rent of Land and Hire SALE, Col. Murat returned the following sentiment: tilu
expired ere he could draw his sword; and the than ode hundred leagues, in conformity with with the paddles, and fall into the water edger of Negroes.ON The next Legislative Council- .May they reo Dour a

monk, wrapping the victim in his own vestment a ridiculous custom which is called a point of wise* and both at the same time, causing no shall Thursday offer for the sale first, to day the of highest January bidder next ((1835)in the) County Conrls so as to make them usctul.

*, carried the body into the barracks honor, returned to their respective homes onto reaction. They pass through the water and City of Tallahassee all the LAND of which Robert By B. T. D.-Tvioncure, qf Va.-Wra.C.RJ tilT

where after.stripping it of its garments whichrtttliS Paris, the other to Berlin, doubtless not .> come up in the same position, thereby throwing B. Oliver, dec'd died possessor, within Township one, May he be our next representative in tIe Scnate l \ :
; h..*. b.tray.
Jfedriirtfully contriving tp make it appear1 "little lllul u, mutual destruction." that they will propel the. boat much faster and Eslick adjoining, and the the estate lands of of EL David 1). Rebeson, James By D. M. Sheffield.- .Duval-May he be dft
Fitts eceased
the and
murdered-man had fallen by his own baud's' without, noise 'or snautng. others. Any particulars in,rulation loathe mnd.111, py in retirement from office, and his successor be
It was some time, however, ere the a.sfas- I Dr. Churches Steam Carriage.The London Severn! Steamboats, are preparing to use be furnished on application to- subscriber.. py in executing the duties of thi Executiri
sin dared renew his design upon Alcxn. Ros- i Journal' states that this long projected invention this wheel, and all those who have seen it, At the same time and place, the Eighth .LAND of this Territory., f{
onwol's extreme watchfulness had preserved I has reached something like maturity. The car- among whom were several engineers, engine I and whereon the NEGROES the said R. Oliver resided,will be Rented; By Maj. Chatres.-The President of the"."it!! tItl

A.n'from suspicion ; and the monk, believing I riagCj, which is fitted up with considerable"taste builders, &c. acquainted with the subject, ensuing year.TtTm.tFor. belonging to. his estate Hired for tiic By Theo. McLnne.-Florida-May an inud tlc
that he I and'e.egance, was launched for the first time always find a marlin the fldOt 40" :
thorny
was aloue on have hesitation the Land I enemy
acquiinted with the secret no in pronouncing it an itnpor- sGLtl, one third of the .*
entrance into the I dy's-garden, made the i the public road for the first time on Friday, the thant and useful discovery. The inventor, we chase money will be reqahcd in cash; and for the pur-balance thered By Col.the Murat.-Thc Central Bank-It' I4u iId
bola 25th of September. Its machinery had never, a credit of twelve momhs will be given, .storm. iIt
attempt so happily prevented by Leopold's understand has taken 'measures for upon
before that in .securing the
evening, a connected form, been purchaser or purchasers giving note or notes,with I ]
opportune appearance. actuated by the power of steam ; and its perfor- a patent in England.-[Pittsburg Aadvocate. legal interest from date, and alien on the property to SAVANKAH MARKET, Dec.J' 1
'
TKe'monk suffered the penalty of his crimes mance was such as to produce more, promising ; I secure their payment ; the purchaser also to pay the Cotton.-The business far Ihe past wfk ?'
And*the young soldier received hand of the expectation of realizing the problem of steam Prom the New York Comm. Advert 5er. i time expense of their of drawing and recording the deeds at the heeD extremely dun; and a further decIi"I fel.o.i
Jowly'creature to whom he had.been dropulsfon on ordinary roads than any other ef I RESIGNATION execution. been submitted to. There has been a 'fe 1 II:
Mr.
S'RAGUE.-It 171
so deepJJj.and'ao or with much For the rented Land -
1
and hire
of l,
fort of'too sort that has been heretofore seen.I I Negroes, notes as low as 14 cents. Wequole, 14 a t
ardently attached.Intelligencer. regret, ani s me that with approved
we
repugnance are con. personal security will be required-
Many improvements; have been adopted in the strained to subjoin a letter addressed by the Hon. payable on the first day of January, 1836. cents.---Jllerczzry. 0"f 0"f
construction of the boiler, and which have tended Peleg Sprague to the mtmbers elect of the Legislature JAS. LINE., Adm'r. with Will annexed. 'e .I ItCotton.
: Pr.rnIkePkUdta Jfao. 28.DEgTRUCIION very materially to the accomphishment of a per- of Maine, announcing his intention to resign Dec. 13th, 1834. 1Btd.DMIIS'J'RATOR'S CHARLESTON MJIRTET, 1
:r OF SNOW HILL. fectly safe and effective locomotive machine. The the seat he occupies in the Senate of the Ubi- _SJLE. .-[Semi-weekly R( rt.-Tbe 1000, (

We learn by the followingletter from a respect- boiler, engines, and their appendages, are all enclosed ted States' at the meeting oftl'a body in January WILL be sold to the highest bidder, on.Wednes since( rtur last report have been about. Are"set .t
a1M'reaideotof within a squarre compartment of about 8 next. I be the 24th im/tant Uplands, from 15 to 17J censands wd ,1
Snow Hill, Maryland, that the :; must admitted that his situation, baying at the late residence of as
town'was almost wholly destroyed conflagration feet high and long, and 5 feet wide, which forms suffered himself to stand before the people as PALATIAl WHITIHITRST, dec'd, all the Perishable and at prices not traDSpiieUoJdtr advices t 'j(
OB Monday night the central part before and behind, to which are a candidate for their suffrages for the office of Go- Personal Property belonging to the estate of..Uie said as purchasers, are waiting further -
attached capacious coach-bodies, corresponding in vernor is somewhat P. Whitehurst, cpnsiAing Mules, ,Cattle, Hogs. Europe.
Extract of a letter, dated peculiar, and in no wn.roost ie-
respect Household ,
and Kitch market
appearance, and capable of holding tea persons resembles that of several other Senators en Furniture, with the crop of ce.--T1iere is no prime ir &It
SNOW HILL, Nov. 25, 1834' in each; and connected to those are open cabriolets the to which Cotton of 1833.and Q34, (which is in the seed)-And required. Inferio good art at I boUt.last'week.'EI '
tory prints are endeavoring to tortu'rit. St.iU -
'&av<* just emerged from a night of horrors. i affording accommodation for eight persons in this many other articles tedious to mention. rates, are but dull.
even case sufficient TuRMa For
we perceive no nI the Cotton and
all of
Ther.eeikrey the most. valuable section of Snow more, making. twentr-eight side passengers. JJe I for his When he Five Dollars and sums Twentv- ii
resignation. was elected, it was under, the cash will be flec
i required for You,
The -
Hill 1h'a6ts. lisa NEw
village no tavern, no low are for and
luggage the
receptacles on roof Twent
for
sums over
a specified for j-Five Dollars
period-not a:term to be limited a credit of
pubfidofflceab'd of an the houses, occupied on accommodation 'for thirty persons, exclusive of by popular clamour or party preponderance. If dayi will. be given. The purchasers giving ninety notes Co/ton.-Imported from the 29th to 1st.i
yefterity by erch.Ddize.U save twO are now .! the conductor and'{guard. Though little was to the Van Buren doctrine, to.which Mr. S. has virtually with approved security, bearing legal interest. from 848 bales. Imported from the 1st ta 25th.Wt.the t J_ 1
..moulrula&The public loss is be from first date \ SARAH 5623 bales. Since our report ofthe
nothing expected attempt, a more success yielded is to that clause in the WHITEHURST
.eompart4'.witl. that sustained by individuals. tul result could pot have been anticipated. After stitution which, prescribes prevail,that.the of Con the Tallrhoasee, I> c.10, 1834. (I8td). Administratrix. market has been.qnite dull and prices Iwreceded. "
senators !
'Sotne are left housless,and almost naked. SoneciJUanstanceswere passing: heavily l laden from the manufactory at several states shall be" chosen by the Legislatures : -NOTICE. V Wednesday we Jeceived aceOUU to i I,1.1
wh9$ .comfortable on yester- Bordsley Green,.near Birmingham, through several thereof for ,' virtually A .LL haying Liverpool by the packet ship Sheffield
is annulled persons claims
and .
years, th estate of marketthe
'day are ri'po. Old men"slorluDe8 are great. green Janes recently laid with loose gravel and in lieu of it, we are to understand that they are to J3L Hf MRT F. Ypket, late of Gadsden against county are 16 daya later than before. Thrt ept
4y diminished, and younger ones have I lost the I town performing i several 1 acute anddifcult. i turns in the hold office only quamdiu bcnc *c gwerint or in hereby notified 19 present them properly authentica last week in October had sufiered.soroe' v..
of their tire*.. It should at, least road this ted sion, which however, was fully recovered
vehicle
require one ponderous; proceeded along the other Awards, just so long 1 as tho without delayJo the Executors: And persons in afl
sovereign people salesto .
hundred, perhaps.1 ought to say one hundred and Coventry road,,with'at least fifty persons upon it, shall retain a particular set opinions and no debfjea to the estate, are requested ta-make.lmmedla.te week ending on the 7th ult the I t!,t.
My.tbn&doilan.to.repair the...mjanes. oJ.last at ante of more than twenty miles. per hour for longer. To determine this point' consult! demagogues papnenJClfff 1 W.-MALON ExeCJ1ton. 3T.100.. bales.! Upland'are quoted
I since i
: > r.lli."Thctr3nsa tions,
I1fp 8now Rdl. nMN' me distance ( mile but '. KENA Uild"l c' JfI
ptrmapnear. a I .. ) itVII. ..1 and the Winds, We zo bad really hoped bet-. Quincy. Dec4tlj334.. i -J > ult. amount to 8300 tales; 'conslWtg
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-' at'151'1 111 ets; New :Oiiet&s at '151.a I nee u tJie t1 .fu.t1e i p

? uoFloridal'aDdAI&bamu at 15j to and :thoraigh: ftttbtioA of the 1rho1e a .b Co.n- mehi' 'the l liberal pnuclple* h '
aubject
$ closed without animation.LrrCRTOOL .bceih. two o..Ym t prse!* sessi n. lte1Jia2 Uponthe pledges and ty &r that
"togjnsrket was eoncladed not result as
4dL doubting that the
: t1 at P 'QU' the 4thO1' July aclCtiowledged 'j stice'of our her own head.
which.1; waa stipnJ4 that "the 1831by; claims;the promised exertions ot. the Xing and )1 >,
MARKET Nov. 10. French GoVern- Having submitted
meat, in irder to liberate itself Cabinet and above i that sacred regard for the .
demand his been extremely am'J3thrwighout from all the redaths- national fQth abd.honor for' Congress to decide
---The tions ptdbrred which the French
it charn
against by citizens of the lac? it will still
last week and the marketS States United acter ha"be so distinguished
the f. nnIuriI, seizures would secure an French
with firmness, at an ad- bons, coftscation captures, seqaestra. early execution of the in all its I did: Chambers
? oa FridAY great or destruction of their vessels not deem it treatYI parts, measures as it may
: Ib. on the common and, fair cargoes, tr other necessary the attenuon of Cone d
Id property to of the
to J per engages protect
of I pay a sum gress to the subject at its last session.
while in the and fine twenty-1 u mllbQlla of francs
"SL to the
qoott United country.
;
States I
American to that the ;
who ; regret say pledges made
ha4 distribute through the
jl ions there is scarcely any improvement. d it among those entitled in the Minister of France have not been redeemed. The : faithfully enforced l !
American 500 maier according to the rules it shah authorize 'so to do.
taken 20,000 determine
members
cnhu have new met on the 31st
rs : BAd it July last and although
; was also tipulawd on the According to the
Tile sales oC the the of
iffindlOOPernambuco. amount French part subject fulfilling treaties was alluded in the
Si hales of 12,200 Bowed Georgia 8d.! to francs shuld qovernment"be that this twenty-lhe millions of speech from the throne, no attempt was made to by the partment, the I .
}
paid at Paris in ring the
six: annual present
instal- his Cabinet
"S\S40 Alabama aud Tennessee 8ld. ments of four King or to procure an
millions
Mobile one hundred and appropriation to : six hundred and "
it
into
14,480 N. Orleans 9Jd. to 11 d. The imports! thousand'six hundred and sixty-six francs and sixty-six omission carry execution. The reasons givA for this I and seventeen
t. "1 six centitfies each into the hands sixty- although they might be considered sufficient- in the
ba Pt.c of such in maining
61 person or an ordinrry case I
1. are not
consistent
Nov. 11.rt persons IF shall be authorized by the Government of founded with the expeetatiofts of eleven million

sold at full prices-12th a good de. the United States to receive it." The first instal- for there is no constitutional upon the obstacle assurances given here, nin hundred and
bags
business Jikc1.to be done from ment to he paid "m the expiration of one to entering into of thiry-two million
\3lnd a large the year next legislative bnsiness at the first meeting of the Cham
following
exchange of the thousand six
from Manchester's ratification of this bers. This point however
Fl'ucsLlay'srket ,
: acctnrnts convention might have been
and
the overt
others
at expenditure
successive intervals looked
had
of not the Chambers
fJr Yarns a year, one alter another instead of being cal- clftding% the
till.the whole shall public .
be led
12 To pail to met at so early a day that the result their
Ioy the
amount of million
, each of the said instalments shall, deliberations five .
'fbe1lA1l'sofCoU( n on Monday and yesterdayr.eGOO he added interest at Jour per centum the might be communica to me, before Luadred and ninety
thereupon of
as meeting
Congress been
about 1200 on speculation with ipon the other instalments prorogued to the 9th! ancein
I1 bales- then remaining of the the Treasury
unpaid present month-a period late
tnarket-and no change fn pflCl the said interest to be computed from the day of the an made so that their decision six mi'lion seven h .
U .SC2dy cX"hane of ihs present convention." .lfcely.be known to the present two hundred and : :

\torn from Columbia, says 'the Charleston I for It the was also siipulnied on the part of the United S. delay Congress, our prior Minister to its in dissolution.Paris, in virtue To of avoid the assu-this I however dred and, wi'l-bc' I' [

Kflturyofthe29lhull. that the Hon. GEOHGI: all the purpose of being completely liberated from rance given by the French Minister the UnredS. fifty

trill certainly be circled Guvernor, and : of its! citizens reclamations the presented by France on behalf strong y urged the convocation of the Chambers at; I I fore reported by the
nK that
f tr sum of one million fire hun an earlier day, but without success. It is .
nill certainly pass. dred thousand proper to
thcOath francs should! i
he GOLD.-The
paid to the Government remark, however, that this refusal has been : -
accompanied -
of France, in six annual instalments, to be deducted with the I 25th ult. -"'
most
positive says .
KING has been re-elected assurances on the
K. ,
N'w. part
Hl out of the annual
n. sums which
I The France had agreed of the executive of that at Reed's
government France
of ,
their in-
onposiiirtn.i: by the Legislature l of Alaba- to pay, interest thereupon bing in like tention ,
jut At manner to press the approprirtion at the the famous lump of
the Senate of the United States, fur six computed trom the day of the! exchat of the ral of the Chambers. ensuing session

t2'rs,M to from the 4th March next.Divicl fica nons. In addition to this stipulation, important The exfcu-ivc: baanch of this has ny years ago, being
I government as this stale, several :
o auvanage were secured to Fran( by the following matters stand cxausted all the :

I L. Swnin has been re-elected Governor tcr article the' viz: The wines from France, from and al subject with which, it is invested authority, and"which: upon it had the discovered. One '
exchange of the ratifications ot the In one day 20 Ihs.
present any reason to believe cuuM be
sw.c Of North Carolina.! The vote on the Convention shall be admitted bcneciIycr..y.u. lu ii '
to The >9.
consumption in the idea of acquiescing in the refusal to anoniic h
jjirf: toliot! kt.x>d, Strain 97, Moscly 89.a States of the Union. at duties which shall no exceed the treaty will not, I am confident, be for a moment execute J -

:r I the following; rates by the gallon' (such as it is usedat entertained by any branch of this government and

SL. tons, N<"". 18-Indian .. ( .:Probable prciein for wines in the United States,) to wit: further negotiation is equally out of the question.; At Athens G.or tc

II : -1 io. .I* ':l1n 1i03t'nrraor arrived at this i six cents far red wines in casks ; ten cents for white If it shall be the pleasure of Congress to await ,

;I i ir n"' S. :imay! from Prairie du Chien.T wines in casks, and twenty-two cents for wines of all the further action of the French Chambers, no further Lovick Pierce, Maj. !
port cm sorts in bortlcs. The proportions existing between consideration of the rida, to Miss -
P we do by her-that the In- subject will, at this session
karn-8S !
1rr.t" the' i
.re duties on France winc thus reduced, and the probably be required at hands. of tho former -
your But if from place.
i ian !have again been engaged inhislile l
that region general of the
diatlnhi rates tariff which went into operationthe the original delay in asking for -
I aCt anti tint they portend a serious termii'shorl first of January 1829 shall an appropriation, In Quincy, on
; oe maintained, in from ihe refusal of the Chaml-ers to grant it when
": 1tinii time since a party of Sacs andFiWattackcil case the Government of the United States should asked, from the omission to bring the subject before Esq.Mr. JOHN M. !

I a pirty, or lodce of the MenniniisVIOIi ,think proper to diminish these general rate? in a new the Chambers at their last session, from tic fact PE C. -

IUJJ | I Grail: liver, and killed three persons. tariff.: that, including that session, there have ken five I "Long
it In consideration of this stipulation! which shall be different : when r may they ( a
The murJercrs *erc, however, ( was ascertain occasions the appropriation might
MjtRjok Rind: ) delivered up; at Keokuc, lo a binding on the United States for ten years, the have been made, and from the delay in convoking Blest with I j
French Goveroient
abandons the reclamations whichit the Chambers until some weeks after tie: --
under of
soldiers
of United) States comtindufCaptasn meeting
jeochraent! had formed in relation to th '8th article of the treaty Congress, when it was well known that a communication a

: -. They were put onto of cession of Lousiana. It engages, moreover, to of the whole subject: to Congress at the last :

., t) rJ the sicam Winnchago, then ascx-'iiditiff establish on the hug staple cottons of the United S. session, was prevented by assurances that it should ,I
tit}rj ;issippi, 'ji'r; J'e| purse of I&jiig taken to which, after the exchange of the ra'ificntions of the be disposed uf before its present meeting von should PORT j of

". a ''( place fur t rit 1. present Convention, shall be brought directly thenc?: feel yourseives; constrained to d'"tib1 whether! it DC the I ti ?

On'ttcJ3) prcvi-ms, to the arrival' .,f the \\ nr- to France by the vessels of the United States, or by inention: of the French Government in all its bran- I

Jof nir at Prairie! .lu Ciii .-l1, antitlier mass-icre took I Freiicli vessels, the same dutes as on s.\prt staple! cot- ches to carry the treaty into eftVt, and think that mdrto Dec. -Kerr, brig. Juno I : .

ol' the trihe of IndiansOmn I lOllS such measures as the occas-on be deeintd D cail
: same may
,ice by a party; i
1 I This was duly ratified in the for should be
treaty manner prescribed now adopted, the important question
above the Prairie
altit three miles
I Wairi : ,
Dec.
,
I the II, brig
by constitution of both countries, and the arises what those measures siall; r-e. ;;
0'it. of i Winnehigoes was (,Iu hlished. It was with sit: biles i
jlwe ratification: was exchanged at the City of Washing: Our institutions are essen.ially pacific. Peace and *
, i: R-fSjiicd;; at the time by women and! children only ton, on the 2d of February, 1634. On account of it.; friendly I intercourse with all nations, are ai much Si-ir! Hclcsj! >nt, I I

to! warriors beini a.hi\it on a hunting: excursion.ijWcnlv commercial stimulations It wa, in five days thereafter tIt". desire of our Government as : ;ey ate tli- interest hales coli! on.

: ill? Sdt-k and F.JX party made tiieir appearance : laid before the Congress of the United States,, of our people. Btu these obje is are no: to be !I I 17'h.. brig ,
T ,
f.1.G before the llLC, fired into, tomahuwktdanJscilptl : I which pto.ecd d :o enact such laws favorable to the permanently secured, ''' sunenderiiig the rights of]L !l __\-< !. ; .

: it'll of! the: iumate B-.t one of I commerce of France a< were necessary to carry itmo I our citizens, or permitting solemn treaties. Jui- their !j --

.Gm the Juc Warriius li''It i hi< life, and that was by I lu.l execution; and France has, from that period I indemnity in cases of flagrant wrong, to be arrogated 1
: to t *c present, been in the tmresBticted enjoyment of: or set aside. ; I
') l1thtl: Wimicbigo) by, itbuul if.wi l years; TilE:
tbp valuable priv.leges that were thus secured to her It is undoubtedly in the power of Congress seriously } arc '
ii'ae. Tlicymith. \\:11).stullliug at the door ol: The faith of tha French i.ation having been thus solemnly to affect the agricultual and manufacturing interests I of iwo per cent. is ( : F tF .1 _

"j iw iiiil:!t1, between a yontirtT brother and sister i pledged, through its constitutional! organ, for of France by th passage of laws relating to 23th day of '

triifnlvvii uf the warriors, nile. their appearance: the iiqu.dation and ultimaic payment of ihe long'(lc- her trade with; (rh. United Stales.: Her products man-I Tallahassee Uy
I
< and fired ttj"Jiltlwm.; 1 Ki-f'iectinjr, instantly' that ferrcd claims of ouricitizens, as also for the adjustment ufacliuea, and tonnage,may be suit, vied to heavy duties Dec. 20. 1834. [1 ] 'I

an.Jgiia;( remained in tlu I iodge loaded, 3 he pro- of other points of great and reciprocal benefits in our port, or all commercial intercourse with

j; tIJTt'J it, and a\vjited( the! return of the foe who to both countries: and the United Spates having with her may be: suspended. But tlierr arc powerful, and NOTICE
It a fidelity and pronin'.itudc by which their conduct to my mind, conclusive objection to this mode of I. THAT the
bJrtircalei f.i r thp ;'W! :.> --c ff ioadiii'j: I heir 'll'SI"lnr is. the
will, I miNt, oe always characterized, done ever proceeding. We cannot embarrass or cut off the
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\ ti1"\ ;l'arcu: 1"IIrc! him, he took deliberate Florida will be
thiog that was necessary to carry the treaty into full I trade uf France, without, at the same time, in some i
aim al! !:]:. (1ft'cm1Iil'ed, and :tiC bullet! L LI : nnd fair rflect on their part, counted w.th the most degree, embarrassing or cufing off our own trade. the Board of

rnt dlm-J! i.i. heart of his enemy. He tilen'N'.apdn I perfect confidence, on equal filclity and promptitude The injury of such a warefare must fall, though unequally City of Tallahassee

tlt. the inVrior of thtf! I lodgt, made his way on the part of the French Government. In this reasonable I upon our own citizens, and could not but im next. :

MIlt rirer. svr..m it, air! gave i iiilbrni.aioti t' of theissacrest expectation we have been, I regret to inform pair the means of the Government, and weaken Jhat Subsci ibcrs will I

t.t. Fort Cvn'dord.I I I you, wholly disappointed. No legislative provision united sentiment in upport of the rights and honorof : mcuts, title papers :

A di-tacliment: : ofll'llOjlJ1: I immcdialennlfr I I has been made by France for the execution of the the nation which must now pervade every bosom ficates, at the time j.'t

fout pursuit: of I the nmrdrrer.<, but as fir as i isswve.ss. treaty, either as it r.spxts the indemnity to bejnaid, Nor is it impossible that suh a course of ]legislation; By .
the romineivial benefits to be secured to the Uni would introduce once more to our national councils
1 : luivi; ":tllll:11 \\'inL.Jocs; it i is I'I'f'r States, and the relations between the United S. those disturbing: questions in relation to the tariff Tallahassee, Dc' ( I j

BuUw.lih'icrniutHl: ; on rctaii iiinn I 1al1 their war- I that power, in consequence thereof, arc placed [ duties which have been so recently put to rest. Be >

"IJd air 'vin' alrtMily c ,!a.vtlnij. Tiieir t foe, it is also I 1 1k in a situation thr 'aiening to interrupt the good un- sides, bv eVery measure adopted by the Governmentof bo sold I

k 1:111\1 an1 rcjdy: I'f) receive Il'IJI-ha\'ilig been I derstand.ng which has .so long and so happily exist the Untted'States-with the view(injuring France, WILL xt, at : .

1fltv; ariniu' allJ {'lllippill rJll'IIHl'h'cl'I far fight. I I e-.l ei\vecu the two nations. the clear perception of rights which will induce our following TUACT or '

,J T ..vardsthcTnicb.ig.ves; all parties of lhQ :cs: I, Not only .s the French Government been thus own people, and the rulers and people of all other of the N. ii:. quarter I
van'ins in tae performance of the stipulations it has nations oven of Frmce heiself to
;hll1lx.'' JIa.cJ1I unJ\"io hatred. Tll'yic! \\ j pronounce our of section 9, i in
, !i so solemnly cu'ereil into with the United States, butits qarrel'jlIS!, will be obscure, and the support render
n: tile I cause, by I their : I
i omissions: have been mark; d by cii'iim wads:: of all j sold! by' permission I "
the ilamiJu's! brunglit them .
upon 1 M'hVh would seem to leave u -without satisfactoryevidences will b"'more limited and equivocal. There is but '
ff Irthc late war, tll,1 l a's having acted iv treachcriiidinfdniiiu -,1 I that such performance will certainly take one poiminfhe, controversy, and uj.onthat the wholecivilized (lud)uIILy.has bc vV ;life-e assi, I ; : -

"" 44i part :it the'termination of it. ; place at a furtfujr perio I. Advice of the exchange world must pronounce Fratich to be In the for her dower; i, nnd ;

,n:] jiyciJcumstar.ce'* concur tt. make it more than I 01 ratifications reached Paris prior io the 8th Aprild I wrong. We insist that she shall pay us a sum of; scrvalion. Tcima i
HaMe? j Iti'fcJ. Th" French Chambers then which she has know be due and
that should a ccnil.ci: take place, it will were money, a edged to ;
jlt'i fc a long and lUuly ()IIt.tepul4cun. continued! in session until the l"t of that month, of the justice of this demand there can be but one ;

and although' one .mhnent of the indemnity was opinion among mankind. True policy would seemto 19th December, I R
i payable on the id of February,M833; one ye/ir alter dictate that the question at issue should be keptthus [ ( .

Ie- KrRACTS the exchange of ra -ations, no npphcaaon'as disencumbered and that not the slightest pre :
.,. FROM TUli PRESIDENT'S ME$;- made to the Chambers for 'ihe required appropriation tence should be given to France to persist in her refusal -

IJ t T.ie >"A''V" mid in consequence of DO appropriation having then to make payment, by any act on our part affecting APPLICATION
FloiiJay arJoevc* h ue not yet been selected been made the draft of the United Sta es Government the interests of her people. The question should a settlement of all II

aaoflaivercd.MMof lleccnt orders have be-n ent to the for t11\\t instalment, was dishonored by the Minister be left as it is now, in such an attitude tha, when: FLOYD deceased, cf j I

rffl ihe United States at Havanna, to return i of Finance, and the United States thereby involvd France fulfils her treaty stipulations, all controversy notice.:
la vi laJtbaihe fan obtain, so that they may be at : in much controversy. The next session of will be at an en.d. I

wtenvcd iir;' J.1 betoreth) session of the Supreme Court the Chambers comeiced'on the 19th November: It is my conviction that the United States ought 19h: December, [ :

t ichtLe in ihJ Jal: q.icMmnt there pcudiujr.. to 182, and continued until the 25h: April, 1833. Notwithstanding to insist on a prompt xccntion of the treaty, and, incase iI !

' OrerDlJ1"llt b a p.l rt). the omission to pay the first instalment it be refused, or longrr delayed, tllke redress into N ,

(Jto_ S had been made the subject of earnest remonstrance e their own hamR After the d-'lay on the rart.of '' ILL be hired ( ) -

ffcl ..llkeoines my unjilea-cnnt} : duty to inform you thatJjspacihc on our part, the'treaty with the United States, and a France of a quarter of a century in acknowledgingthese y V year on I

and h- lily Riatiyng! :: pcturc of our for-: bill making the necessary appropriations to execute claims by trea'y' it is nut to be Tolerated that another seven or eithllikcly I -
tin Uns'doc> not include those vc.th Fran.-e at it, were not laid before the Chamber of Deputies qnarter 01 a century is to be wasted in negotiation Estate of Thomas

pli me. It not possible lhai any G-jvcinment: and until the Cth of April, nearly five months after its about the payment-. The law: of nations provide

eop1cot1I t be mure: Mup,.MCiy desirous orconciha- j meeting, and only nineteen days before.the close of are'neoy for such occasions. I' IS a well sailed Dec. 20 (

yc3lS Jt tUIau Th ..1.--. and J.Il'Jldlj'n.lfr u.rse. with another! :i-1 I. the session.. The., bill was .read" and referred. to .a. pri'lcip1eof__ !the. international* codcthat. -where** _one/-_ -
--. 4 Ie lDOoC 01 me unrca 'states with tncraT committee, mil mere was no iunner acnon upon n. na'ion owes anoin a iiuuiu.tteu ;MUI, wm< n uses relU- \'
an.tCllt aid friend i'liis i disposiiion i is founded? The next sc iou of the Chambers commenced on or neglects to pay, the aggrieved party may seize a

3lS.l 1.1"ell on the' wst grateful and honorable recollec he Otith of April, 18TJ, and continued until! the 2Cthjf (n the property belonging to the other, its citizens or

1l0lS associated vri-h} our strugslo I for independence, June following. A new bill was introduced on subjects, sntrieient to pay the debt, without giving justcause HAVING

iSupon a 'c11 grounded rpn-ic.ioi hat it is conso- lie llth of'June, but nothing important wa done inrelation : of.11'. This remedy ias been repeatedly resorted ,
!i te t-nb the trne policy of both. The pcoj-n; of the to during the session. In the month of to, and recently by'France herself, towardsPortugal vices to the 7

'dJ l/UJW States could not, therefore, sec without there April, 18'1, nearly three years after the signature of under circumstances less unquestionable. will practice in the e
pest re even a temporary interruption of the the trca'3% the final action of the French Chambers The time at which resoit should be had to this or Jefferson and CJaJ.

.aps.r ttie \IreJaions% between the two countries reTrthicj upon the bin to carry the treaty into effect, was obtain I any Other mode cf redress, ic a point to IK decidedby and Lownds,

V } "ould, I lim ure, be greatly aggravated.t <.J, and'resulted in a refusal of the necessary ap Congress. If an appropriation"shall not"be made to persons in general '
there iba1d turn out to ban) reasonable ground propriatiOfl$. The avowed grounds upon which the : by the French Chambers at their next session, it may self as to ; .

TtttriwiLg such a result to act of omission or bill was rejected, are to be found in the published : justly be concluded that the Government of France ticello. .

.es t1mLsion l. on our part. I dcriv any :, therefore, the debate of that body, and no observations of mine( }ias finally determined to disregard its own solemn Dec. 20 ( !! .
ugliest of their utter in- \mdertakins:, and refuse to pay an acknowledgeddebt.
ing l sV racun from being able to assure you, can be necessary to satisfy Congress
J that th!e .hole course of this Government has been sufficiency. Although the gross amount of the In that event, every day's delay on our part

J'Iice tain. vf j by n sPirit K0 conciliatory and forbcar- claims 01'our citizens is probably greater than will will be a stain upon our national honor, as well as a

a*,taTluke ilil' possii>le that our justice and mo- be ultimately allowed by the Commissioners, sufficient denial justice to our injured citizens. Prompt :
a SbouJd Le queaioned whatever be the is, nevertheless, shown, to render it absolutely measures, when the refusal of France shall be complete .

, Onseqt1e5 of longer on may the part (fernment certain that the indemnity falls far short of the will not only be most honorable anfi just, but
French perseverance will have the best effect our Hrtional character.Since .
* the \' in her omission to satisfy actual amount of our just claims, independently of. upon
I t /01Ceded caims of our citizens. the question of damages and interest for the detention. France, in violation of the pledges given: ;

* hislOry of the accumulated and nnprovoliedTm That the settlement involved a sacrifice in through her minister here, has delayed her final action -
\\a lon that her decision will not probably 1 be
this was well known at the time-a sacrifice so
i1 ?OIl our commerce committed by au respect
71.I 1ioriy known in to be communicated to this Congress,
''I of.the sting Govemmcnst of Franc, beIVt1ithevears which was cheerfully acquiesced in by the different time ; .
that law be passed. authorizing reprisals
I recommend
action a
18JO and 1817 has been rendered branches of the Federal Government, whose
100 pifff. from sincere desireto French property, in case provision shall
required upon
familiar to Americans. to make its re- upon the treaty was a
itig. n titter or desirable It will be suf-- avoid further collision upon this old and disturbing not be made for the payment of the debt at the approaching the
necessary
lei j nt here to tcmarkthat there has, for many yean subject, and in the confident expectation that the session of the French Chambers. Such a OVER -
considered France as a
be
1Ctree1y relations between the two countries wouldbe measure ought not to. by
* Goy a single administration of the French general well known tinue four days.
Her and are to to
Sir t Z1ent by whom the justice and legality/ the improved thereby. menace. pride power the 1st day $ 200-2
of oar citizens to indemnity, were not, to a The refusal to vote the appropriation, the news of expect an) thing from her fears, and preclude of necessity the.cha.racter ] 2d day ,$300-3
1tIJ that
of declaration nothing partaking
torlilderable which was received from our Minister in Paris about a
150
extent, admitted: and yet near a She 3d day $ -
.w pi r a century ha been wasted in ineffectual the 15th of May last, might have been consideredthe of intimidation is intended by ms.of inflexible 4th day,mile heats
the evidence an
only
look it as
to
npauoos to final determination of the French Governmentnot ought upon
secure it.! fhe proprietor L
execute the stipulation of the treaty,and would determination on the part of the United S. -
'sensible of the effect resulting to be expected. No
injurious
frrG doing
t state of and char- have justified aji immediate communication of the to insist on their rights. That Government, by well conducted a
things the interests -
upon of such what it has itself acknowledged to be just: ,
both facts Congress with a recommendation only -
to
: nation, I regard it as among my first; king to
iest ie to Cau ultimate measures as the interest and honor of, the will be able to spare the United States the necessityof Lht _
w one effort be made to satisfy their.
!z more to But with the taking redress into their own hands, and save the: company.
that a just and liberal settlement of ours United States might seem to require. from that seizure and In all instances, I.
Was of the refusal of Chambers. to make the appropriation property of French citizens : ,
.._ a well due to her own honor as to their news which American citizens so long endured New Market Rules !
of the King sequestration
.thIe were conveyed the regrets ; .
'
this
validity. The for 9
_. negotiation pur-, 'declaration that national vessel should be without retaliation or redress. If she shouldcontinue Secretary by
a
: commenced 01'stolt ana a
with the late Government the
refuse that act of acknowledged justice, running.
the French to
and forthwith sent out, with instructions to
Be.ill 1 ave no Vu prosecuted with such great success Minister to give the most ample explanations of the.aDd : and, in violation of the .law of nations, make i'&- Marianna.
reasonable ground to doubt, that a aetmJSiff occasion hostilities againstthe
the ,
future. on our
the
prisals
part
the assurances for
. a character liberal as that which past; strongest '
quite-as vessel United States the would but add violence. injustice i -
.IWJJS611101* made vsrald have been effected, After long passage the promised despatch and could,not fail to expose herself to t3flSt tie ;
French
the ,
.W_off "Ucai revolution place. The, by which the negotiati0flUI: upon arrived.Receipt The lep.gesl given' by n ', wer*, that MinistetL L censure'of civilized nations, and to the retnibtivejndements a- red tail .>

Zke present govecnmtnt, and the result showed I after the. erection.or.' .the'new.e.-chambers members as'the of charter France Collision with'Prance or Heaven is the most to be crease faUea and I..

Were not wrong in supposing, that an event would permit, the she occupies in regrettci1 v him to,Col.
lu of the
h the .: should called to il. ,the proposition for an t on account position
i two made to oe Kiddar Moore in
governn>ents. were apaemw rel&tioiolibera1 institution*.' But, in maintaining
I hat all the '
each laid ; (
other|! bo much'nearer in their POlt1C&a appropriation the KiDs and> the' constitaI I our national rights and. honor, all Governments are ded arid an expenses
and tional poweri'
bv which the motive.- tOT the Parish's. _
in
I and friendl1 ti-., bt exerted to accomplish the object; and that the result alike to us. if;by a collision:with France, a caof
intercourSe
. COUld t ertise no other were tbn 60 greatl 'I .' should be made kaowtt early S enough to be com where she i* certainly' in the wrong the Dec 20th, 1831 ,< :: .





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NOTICE.T ._ : .' BOOKS Br 1 Q$AJ\V. .PESUJG,1-- : mri:. : nb ACRJBU8INEJ t'lia : *Jnwowte I*, .- ,.1 .StpAg< & S .' ., : ,' .". ,;w7otton :"\ :

Lftw' p&rtnersbfp formerly existing, between 'T HE i b czibhaa.,' received,a-general.assortment. ': : SSrglcql:;'Instrument,, :c; ,the t w rs :Matbi JV1J ist ctunderstood I tt &tgsa.fflt t 1 I iJ;l

John P. Booth and James D. West ott Jtfhath. his old BOOKS Aito reduced ST1".OKAILr.whach het0fftn;.which. are vtp rHAVE jwt_rccctvccL:a Ktt' supplyJoi fresh ly byhtf friends, ,that he ..no d n entrusted to their care t"* AtfMTSUR :'
customers prices among I
oen'dissolved by agreement. ..Drugs; Medicines'aChern, ;als. Fare leaving the 'tcrntory.and ha 'renteffthe building market in the, UoitedB.tte orl l

"March-'- 1831.- The Token for' 1835 ; *, PORT, bMUSCATELLEWWE, sold by him for the .eEtflng.tWeI': I months. 'm purchase at either their Iores. iR.T

A CARD. Affewction's'Gift: ; in bottles, imported specialty -for the 'use of the der the expectation putting up more ,spaciousand I Marks. "Ja t .

Christmas Box ; side. Weigand & Snowden supenor AMPUTATING convenient improvements before 'the expiration ADMIN STRATOR.'S :
'
NO
-'flJxVM: n. WWTCOTT JP IO* dwlifwwl a contlnnanee in The late Hovels I 'r"ErHINING-OBSrETJUCA EYE DISSECTING of the lease. persons ,indebted
the office nt Secretary o' Florida and acrejrted the Comnii, iion ALL &. '
of U. 8 AtU>rn v for the Middle pwtnet,chiefly tbat he night And a great witty tf- and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.St. .TRioR BIRD, are reqoeared "
d tol hit time iulttifili und iirealftigty to the practice of I STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and Marks Nov. 14th 1834. 14tf to the lubsuibcr. 1 ho who hssaid .1. '
:
the La*;aeel he inform hto tril'edl in rinrirta and elsewhere, I Standard and Miscellaneous Works; Liberal advances Cotton lot New I estate, wI,1, them
,
that all bU5inew entrusted to him in the Court of Appeal, in School and Blank Books of every description ; !. I4ncet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, fcc. made on Nov. 3 1834 present for djt"
any of the CwirlS of the Middle PUtnct or in the Superior Roger Extra fine Pen.Knivcs i' An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the York. -J. B. V.Bargains" fJ3.8wJ R. PARISa,
Counties in Writ Florida nr
and Franklin
Court of Jackson
of Decatur and .Thoman Conptict, Georgia, will. receive tbe Ink, Quills, Paper, Tape,Scaling-Wax Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm, Catnep, }! Bargains lots of Bargains !

tnot. punctual and awWnout attention. Pc.cket Globes, for Children, 4e.c.. I Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory,
Tallah B.ee. May 14. t34. The subscriber also informs the public, that his CIRCULATING Thymt, Cellery, kc. JUST received per brig Gertrude front Baltimore

qDISTRICT OF MIDDLE FLORIDA. LIRRA&T is now open, and any one can be. LIME JUICE and LEMON SYRUP. for sale.low for cash, a gencrtl' assortmentof

In the Superior Court. .. come a subscriber on complying with i the terms. SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CURRT. GROCERIES, consisting of
M. In Assuropsit WILLIAM WILSON. : Fresh Flour, (this year's crop)
.!AMES English, French, and Prcntis's Soaps and Per-
v' REtjOLDS'1 November 1st, 1834. 12tfROWAND'S I fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- Bacon and Sides, New Orleans Sugar, ,

fltKMieN AU.'H.hmenl. Attach- narl & Noye's celebrated INK and INK POWDER- Pickled Herring, Rice, Soap, Liquors, is hereby given; that process f TONIC lIIX'rUREC.8STOR .
NOTICE\ been issued in the above suited cause, I THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS &c. H. LINDENBERGER. .

)nnd made returnable to thenext Term of said Court. OIL, QU/JVXJVJ3. I I E. B. PERKINS. 1st October, 1834. [Srf] _ t.

The Defendant and all others concerned, are notified Also the celebrated RED LINIMENT" for Rheuma- II I Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48tf] In the County Court of-Leon County Florida. '

of the same and are hereby required to appear and tism, &c. 50 cts. bottle .5.
months from from date, I will
to the declaration filed in accordance with the JANE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM," an excellent Medi.cine SIX present my EDWARD LOOCKERMAN, } .
plead I for settlement and shall the
to
a apply r*. > Assumpsit. :
&c. 50 cts. bottle. .
Status an such rase ma.de and proviIml.JAeS I in colic, bowel complaints,
Hon. Court of Jackson for Letters
County EDWARD .
BARXWELL
A. BFJRTHELOT.Tailahnsc.t..i "Dr.STOUSE INFANT Dnors" for bowel complaints 0 county j -.;;::-
2h O toher. 1834. M2tf children, 25 cts. bottle. of Dismission as Administrator of the estate DAVID efenclcnt and all ,others concerned herein
I ROWELL, late of said,county, deceased. THE .
been sued
'ITTCIIMENThaS -
notified that
cc Dr. WEAVER'S EYE SALVE 4- ETE > an .1
TO JIENT, 'V.A TEn,'. ) 25 cts.each. I I JNO. M. C. RO'VELL.dm'r.. out of the Office of the CitrIc of the said Court, and ,\ .\ c ', *

., VALUABLE Saw and Grist Do. Itch Ointment, 37 per box. 24th Tune, 1934. f47.Gml they arc required to appear and plead to the declaration A. be effected on the '::'>>, uv,u... ., 'i_tJ Re.

A. Mill, with other convenient Do. Worm Tea & Salvo, 23 cts. each. KS- LOOA'f THIS I 4)l conformably with the statute.EDWARD action to the Subscriber, r.g-ito the lMtt'rLlS, on V.

juiuro, situated for a family with ninety arcs of Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts. bottle. CHANDLER, rancc company, Hartford Connecticut In .
resh Land cleared and under pood fencing For -ALSO- Oct. 18th 1834.-faw3m For Plaintiff. plication the fair CW valne of the l'e'ery

oms, apply to David, G.Rancy, Aspalago ; James "TI E ROACH & BED-BUG B NE," which offers an New Store Monr!e-st. stated, and satisfactory evidence, fu..., j
M. Harris, of Quincy, or the undersign The above effectual means of clearing houses, &c. of Roaches and NOTICE. redness of the representation: and (,thechar.icterof
lacklcy's
the
river Next door to R. J. Auction Store.GEO. .
.jc l bc(1 property is situated near Apalachicola Bed-Bugs. ; .1 IX months after date, I will apply to tne honorable the apd leant. 1'lte SOIVCny
.n the n** i orhoo) o(A >Wll1 CPrt. j Sacherometers, Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers, T her- IJ. LINDENBHRG12R gives notice tin :Y Judge of the County Court of Gudsden county \nd its fairnessand punctuality may htco oftj! A
firf
SAMUEL B 'VI LSO I mometers, with a general assortment of fresh Dnucs, I : t has received per .honnor Ciitcii n,. "rnILi lor n discharge from the Administratorship of the heel on. f. U. PE e
Gadsden ccwnty. Nov.'l 1834.--1G-fiw c.jut roocivca by P. R PJiHKINB.'Oct. more a general and complete assortment of GOODS. .state Sarah Slashborn, deceased Tallahassee "'oj.22C l3f. R.lUlS".till ,
For Sale 4, 1834. [8-GmJ) Dru! Ist. 'consistinrof Dry Goods, hardware,Chna and Ga! JOSHUA SEIEPARD. .

Ware, Shoes, Hats, Groceries and Provisions &c. &p.I ) nIlTTED to
NOTICE. Gadsden county, June 24, l83-1. 46-6m] my rare a$
I A good PLANTATION in Gadsdcn notified that the under eel great confidence fji inviting the attention of the NEGRO MEN who say they are raaa37( ,

it! I iSai County, 13 miles from Tallahassee, 10 ,ALL persons Administratrix arc heicby of DAVID, JOHNSON, late citizens and country in general to this establishment, PLANTERS' HOTEL. no pupers to thai effect; they call thcmel rc eaht
mites from duincy and 1J miles from the Ochlocknce as I am determined to make every exertion to supply Jones, John Johnson, and Christopcr ,
de-case 1 intends the C' .
Lcon at next
of
river, containing 800 acres, 700 in cultivation' with a of the county of said all who may favour me with theircustom with first rate fHlHE subscriber has taken PLANTEHS' HOTEL, they are between and ?0 years of a 0 1aln
large commodious SU'l'-hol1'e-A .irst rate vertical Spring [March! Term of the of County her administration Court articles, and at such prices as cannot fail to give perfect i and tflkfcs this opportunity >f informinghis friends conipcxion-Jtnes! : is ahc.ut 5 feet t G>c inclea,of ,try'

Sugar-Mill Kettles of larce size, a.nd all thc necessary County, to settle tic account and such. satisfaction to all who have reasonable expectations and the public that his hOUSE vill be open for their recrpiion Johnson is about 5 leel 4 inches high, hi o

apparatus for taking off a large crop of Sugar Cane- and procure her dismission MARY discharge JOHNSON as Adm'x. Tnllnhawc, Auf 9, 1831. f.2ffl en the lat of March l$3t.28if tween his eyes-Chambers is about 6 fret hasakI, ill
A large framed Gin-h'usc, first rate runni ;-:>:u,and Sept. 15, 1334. (GtfJ J ; KIDDARM. MOORE. stout made : They arc all lilcely-tlicy ,hUt .

jM saw Braiutrcc Gin-A good Horse Mill. Up- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE.ALL landed on the Eastern coast of Florida L t fe

wards of 20 good Negro Houses all with plank floors, T the next January term of the County Court persons concerned, will take notice, that % I #. in a swall boat. The o A ners ere request m to An coal
and all The purchaser can A has this day been filed in the office rf
Out-Buildings.
ward
necessary for the County of Gudsdcn, the subscriber will prove property, ray expenses and ul7 1
be furnished with Petit Gulph Cotton Sced, gratis the C'lei It of the Superior Court of Leon crnm y, for a LEWIS
his vouchers &c. to the said Court for settle away. P.BRACKS
1500 bushels Corn and: 10,000 Ibs. Fodder, for sale on present the s..1b tilU'ion of a Trustee in the plarc of'ht] heir Monroe ,'.
from the
and be
the AH of which will be sold low ment, thereupon pray to drscharged .iwd administratrix of the late John Y G county
place: extremely Administratorship of the estate of Edmund Gilchrist. 1't'Y. iw PXC- Key lVt, June IS '1-31. [r.18.6'T1}
for cash,-will sell foronc-lialfeh, the balance in 12 cute i trust decUfed by the late Thomas Heir, by -
June 27, JS3 ((47-C.n. ) JAS. M. GILCHRIST. .
months. Those disposed to purchase: will do well to I deed bcarin date 7th September, 1830 to secure the -
call and cxJminc the premises, which will he shown ADMiN1ISTRATOR'OT1CE. paynent of a dvbt due to "Bctton .$. Emory." -

by rnjiOvcrsccr on the place, or myself, residing in T the next January term of the Connty BDWARD CHANDLER, 5-

dmncy, Gadsden coanty. Jii.I A Court for the County of Gadsden, I will present l'\nz. )3, 1314. [[!-owtf] for Petitioners.CONSUMPTION. : i
Nov. I. (I12tf| THOMAS PRESTCN,
my vouchers, &C. to the said Court for settlement 'i ;

FRESH GROCERIES. ; and thereupon, pray to he discharged: from I:

The subscriber has just received and offers the Adminislratolt:hip of the estate of THOMAS S.' CURED. :;ri'. j.., .It. '...iI Ir ,. .

.0 BBLS. Floury REID, late of said county, deceased. DE LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE FULL supply of Landreths' ,r', J r"lr..1:'"J I .
superior garden '
!
JOSEPH
McBRIDE. A f -b+ni-VffLlf.r.VfU
10 do. Buck-Wheat, SPECIFIC. herb and flower seeds just received aj.d w.urcntei] ::-..4 SSr-:' -
rt'"ft BY
S do. Water-Crackers, July 10th, 1834. [48-lf.] the most valuable remedy ever yet is.overcd for fresh ; by V:. B. PER KINS.

25 boxes li.tisins .- "I I the cure of Coughi, Colds, Consumption Asthma.Spitting October 29th. I II: j IIAPE tuirlr'oUl ,uiniitsalebiyJifcv! ]I a
I.ti'. :" *'*. of Blood, and all diseases of the Breast and
' 20 do. Cheese r l-r )
-._- 'S.- :n 'ieri'kc"urty. Mil. b; C lIenItt
:
; if Limgf. Prepared by J. BOYD Itcompiscs *
With' an assortment of all kinds of Groceries for Philadelphia. ROWANB' concerned In ll.e- !>nti:nf vuih: l Hr ulkl'I!
the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the
sale at the lowest cash prices. ON S The av .01111lIt ,If :" 'i''i: le,1 I"tD. rabJiC1I
Lungs, repairs the Appetite improves the TONIC MIXTURE.
Spirits, etc.
"3M and ( '.tallJ : fur hr/p'
GI t.> H. LINDENBERGER.DecerdberB. oIlJ'y; l*[>1lK>;iim Ifi MPy*
Bill of Directions
.-17ifFLORIDA \ aTommnying each bottle of theSpecific FULL supply of this valuable medicine i i- just some e tnt hn111.d th-5 lIa!! of rocdijjI"t
pointing out in a most conspicuous manner % ,
received. I shall hereafter have it :ICICe.
constantly en
L,1"'f\ D FOR SALE.JTrt'IE all the symptoms in their different dagcs of the disease hand.- : VVhttf* Svveluiijrsof every deseriti2cn.
A TTCTION SALES. and particular directionsrcspcctingthe treatment while "
itnacrsi rn d having purchased of General -ThesnbscriberhavinglocajrSLtcd IT IS WARRANTED TO DC A AFE AND EFFECTUAL 211 Sore lij* and i t ICT! >rioDj5 stiijditif.! II
himself in Tallahassee using i it, together with well authenticated certificates -
Jm LaFavettc. the township of land: in Florida,granted proposed to do a gen many REMEDY FOR FEVER AND AGUE, IF TAKES AGREEABLE 3d Schirru;or Glandular Tumonro !iuticu!1'
of
to him by the Congress of the United States,offei cval rommission business, regular! sale days,Tuesday cures, etc.In TO TilE DIRECTION'S. Reports having hen circulated lliO'ehanVned! in mi fu!ran women's breast whiclrjfte
of the
and S.iturdiy.Uc : consequence great and increasing dcmano
the same for sale. that this mixture contains arsenic, I aiu directed by times terminate ulceratedeancrri. I
This land is situated in the immediate noishbonr- will also attend to administrator and othcrsalcs fur this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the the Pt opriet HI' to say that these reports are ittteiiy false 4lh Fcl'ina, or wtnt scumepeope! know by ifo uao "

hood of Tt!lh's((. and is be'cvcd, for fertility of in the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. within price to thi 75 reach cents per of all bottle,thereby enabling it to come. -and I am also authorised to ofTcr a Rnoard of 10,. Catarrhs, of even t1 1criptlon.Jth -
\1dl'clI2311 1833.
soil, and local ndva-vi; to be uore valua'.ilc than 33tf ; persons. 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existence Rheumatic Pain or tlmjointa. "
N. B. Instruments of writn* executed with! in ,u- Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic PUls. of the least Arsenic 6th and Urubcaof
particle- Sprains
any other laryl in \]li? territory. Mercury, Antimony, cvcxy descriptioa ot"vhativer
The: Somb".estcl"Ipart of the township adjoins the nc c and despatch, bv R. J. 1IACKLEY. These Pills have been successfully n&nd by thou or any other poi&iI1011S ingredient in it. \ part situate. 1 I

City of Tallahassee, from which point to the shipping- I IVEn.-C( IPLAIN F..- sands who can testify to their superior.cfiicncy (over In order! to prevent imposition from counterfeits, no t 7th Tetter*of all kind*. In thiscrmpFaint. 'J f

port tf" St. Ma'k
& rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short ilicine, who, for stvcral years, has devoted Ins entire in all their complicated! forms they give strength the Proprietor with the mixture to sell n ain. I am out of wafer
to the debilitated organs of digestion, repair theappcttite -I sole for Middle Florida and 8th ChilMdins, or nffoeted frMt.
$ me. attention to the treatment of chronic or :;:rcterat. diseases ant am r.ssu.tJ by M. parts by
The navigation ot the St. Marks river has been rr- has succeeded, by chemical analysis and ,removes nausea and sickness of the stomach, ha- Rowand that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Eccies,]) It 5 is also one of the beat remedied f>r Barns dSc.'ifih.

rcntlv improved, to a point within six miles of the in f:: -liiing a combination from several piMxi-synthesis bitual cortivcncss, hcad-ach, palpitation of the heart, not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or oold b)' It eases the pain and draws the lIre oat ill

Sonthe&itern part of the township, which will[ afford mntc vfgtliiMe principles, to Mhich he has given the j and many other nervous nuVtions. They contain no him, to any person in Middle FloiiJa, except to me : short time. -
navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of name ]Medicinal Stomadiica ct Urpatica which has Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they arc a If Jrstnic has been discovered in any mixture called For Inflamed Women's DreaM and Grand
produce. proved far more ellicieiit than any remedy heretofore nild and safe cathartic : there is no restriction in diet Rsnej.nd1s1 it must have been in some of the spw ious HIItalions. Swellings: it is superior to any ITedicine yet kaCJW1lI 1

This land will be sold in parcels to suit those wishing discovered, ill curing those distressing maladi-s! i of I>r drink or exposure to wet or cold while using .hem. All persons therefore who wish the genuine the medical facultyIt j is much safer than roercan

to purchase a credit from five to cteht years.Lit mind and body, which art1 generally! comprc.icndeJ under Bill of directions vill accompany' each box of Pills, T: nic Mixture-should be cautious of mmm tb'-y purchase of any prepartion of that m.i'rrial,) becanse itda r

reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase will the sweeping terms Dr'-rr.i->iA and, LivER-C 'M whHI will fully explain their cO r-ts. ,' it: My label will be en every bottle sod: by me: not lay the patient liable to injcry from expose I]

make application to either of the undersigned PLANTS-It rs likewise nn almost certain cure for enlargement From thi w -ll known reputation of tnesc Pills for .E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida. cold. :1
WILLIAM B. NIITTALL, of the SPLEEN' many years, the proprietor (J. BOVD, Philadelphia) Nov -2M 1 1 5tf. This Ointment has cured sores of many years stili'
HECTOR W BRA DEN, Among the symptoms of Dyspcp-iaand: Liver-corn- deems"it unnecessary to give any further detail of ing. Whpre it in impossible or imprudent (o heal tl

WILLIAM P. CRAIG. plaint, arc flatulency, sourness or burning in tho stomach hem.[ A f/csh supply! has been received 1, and for sale STORAGE! STORAGE! i STORAGE external poro, in coi;c ]ouneo of the bone hcconrncari !

Tallahassee, November 23d 1833. 1 StftJ'The melancholy,irritabilit}, disagreeable taste inthe by appointment by K. B. PEUKIXS.[ TN addition to his old ware-house the ,'us or rotten, it will stop the progress oflliecinr I (
Savannah Charleston J\Ie\ mouth irregularity of Tallahassee! :Nov 23d |fitf increase the quantity of the discharge, remote the It
i Georgian, >tury, ; great appetite, which is sometimes subscriber has reccntlyerccted a spacious buildn
Jliigusta Constllntionlift, Soutlierp Recorder, \till d." -I voracious and at other times greatly deficient; S.71, G-jtton staging Bale Hope and Tl ille. yule Georgia; Richmond Enqlttrtr,and Star, Raleicl thirst, feti brcr.Ui, nausea, weakness of the stomach .1'nlOTHY\1'CAltTY. worst .Felons Whitlows! on all app
KERR k STURGES
N. C.; will publish the above for eight weeks and for and eructations, palpitation, drowsincsss, i-regiilarity OFFER FOR SALE, St. Marks, December 27 tiiHSI.) tJtfRo cation of 48 hours.Rheumatisms .
trawl their cconns to this nfrc' of the bowls, pressure on the stomach after meals 5&VT& SACKS Liverpool Ground Salt, in which hrivestoc.nlso long*.to b!
pain in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of U'1' ? order ; BAND'S TUNIC MIXTURE a systematic disorder requires medicine tu betaken B I

WAREHOUSE ANP COMMISSION ELORIDA BUSI mind, attended with the loss of memory, a gnawing 15C pieces 42 ir.ch Dundee BaggIng IIl; 1 Warranted a perfect and latin w.trdly remove them entirely. But in mot.mmoea ti

The in the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection of 100 coils Bale I Rope ; ._ cure for the Fever and Aue. For s-ale} I cshy applying this Ointment externally? asdirei
associated
subscribers having thrmse'vAstogcth and and weakness wholcsale and rcail it will eive relief And even in old ?!re. w! !
sight hearing, pain in the 1-aek 250 Ibs. best J by F'LET'fli'iVESTCOl'T : pP.f'
under the stile and film of FORD &HARDIXpurpose English Baleini! Twine.
er ? & pains have been of it "ii! e3.11t tS
languor,disturbed sleep, cojd feet and hands tremor Tallahassee Dnggisl, .1ppaldi- longer standing,
Central IP.4J2C HOUSE aatl Aug. 23:1
transacting: a 1834. ((2ifJ ioltt Florida
uneasiness in the throat, caugh, pain in the side oi 'r% pain.To
)
COMMISSION Jtnsinrss; at icoa.
.pdac Having breast, &c. I hereby appoint Mp>Fletcher! and sea captains and Master? of ve.setunnt7i! ;
made suitable arrangements with sc'ernl"cnscls for FOIl SALE YVesrcott must he valuable in cot it tei I
The above maladies lead to organic affections,of tin my agents for the sale of"Row very tvinlrr on oar
the direct transportation of Cotton, &c. either to New stomach, liver, and heart,terminating in Dropsy,Con J3XD PIECES of DUN!)ER BAGGING-1 l-21hs .' 'ind's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory very certain in it.'i 'qcis un Chilblains! or paruaSjM:

times York within or New their Orleans ; and to make having reasonable facilities advances at nil sumption, Apoplexy,&c.according to the climate,habits 10 the yard.-And 3)J( ) COILS BALE ROPE, of g if Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, ,t with fnL itlikcwhc pros "CII its qoaKtir* Iii ao!!

power their age, sex, and temperament of the patient. best quaiity, are daily expe ted by the Subscriber, Western put of Georgia ; who are iblc to furnish I mates !
upon produce consigned to care and management; Prepared: by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Blilledgcville per Brig Talkfhassee. the said medicines to all who apply to them I A large mass of testimony provin? tlic value of:fy
would tender their services and may on '
they respectfully solicit Inventor nnd sole proprietor. : Plantrs Merchants can be supplied the as favourable terms as obtain'frtrn most excellent medicine will bf hewii to those
on they can the
liberal in the above line of business pro
a
patronage : most accommodating terms : '>le in rietor him wish further iufjrni-ilion on applicalion to Dr Il
pledging their personal and indiridital attention to al 1'cstimoniah-Numcrous certificates might be ad piva' COlton' &c. elf. Signed,
duced relative the I JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. 11JNO, tons, or to any of his authorized ajzeuts.
to R. "
extraordinary; IWW AND.
business to them cither for sale other- cures performecby
consigned or
t
St. Marks, Sept. 5th 1831. The above medicine sold oy spuciil appointmenttthe
'I&eo- using these medicines; but the following are thought "Philadelphia! ., Oct. 24th. 1833." 2ltf
-- -- -- -- patentee and warranted sentwifl.C .
-
sufficient to satisfy rJie minds of the -
Their Ware Houses and Close Stores are undergoing most skeptical: NOTICE.IX B. PLKKINS. DRUGGIST.
a thorough repair will be large and commodious, From Dr. James Eicell, Author of the Medical Companion 'tEWSTORE. .* 27t1
IX months
from the date hereof Tallahassee February 21ili 1831.
situated in a desirable pat of the town, and as exernptfim or Family Physician.! Letters of Dismission I shall apply for THE subscriber is about to establish himself per
from
the dangers o! fire as any other house,of a NeW-ORLEANS, Dec. 20th.183J. on the estate of Samuel,Gairett the Administration in Tallahassee as a Merchant, and TO THE ASTHMATIC AND CONSlJAIPTlVi: II'I
.Bimihu-character, on the Point. To whom it may concern.-This is to certify, that I Qadsden C. H. deceased late of will open for sale in a few days, a, his store opposite most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases IS
TTM. P. PORLV (late of Augusta, Ga.) have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's Medicinal June 27th.county.1 Q'I4. DUPONT, Adm'r. the Office of the Floridian, a small assortmentof THE to civilized society-ths Consamp/
EDWD. J. A*DIN, (Ap U! Stomachics Hepaticcc in a number of very obstinate [46-6m.J] Hats, Clothing Shoes, Brushes, Woodenware, generally je traced to the eat Alarming or diso

REFERENCES.-Stcwtrt 4- Fontaine, .,. Dyspeptic antI Liver-affections, of long eto.ndingliko. LEON COUNTY FLORIDA.In Tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hardware and a slight but neglected cold. By estimation it apt.
&., J. S. Ctdhoun, M. W. Perry, gf Co. T. wise in several cases of the enlargements of tho pleen ; the County Court of said Cutlery, Sugar Cane Knives Agricultural Imple. I that one hundred anal I fifty thousand perrons die anw:*
Evanffy Co., Whittick Greenwood, 4* Co.,-Columbus: and its affects were truly astonishing. I have no he County. ments, Rope and small Cordage, Kitchen and House ly of the consumption. Most of these d wUalT
Began fy Kneeland, Jas. Hamilton & Son,John It. sitation in declaring! it the most valuable preparation I James Edwin Stewart, } keeping Utensils. Carpenter's,Cooper's, and Smith's may be attributed to common cold, and a nepig .

Pitkin. -New-York. for those distressing ailments that has ever come with I Edward vs. > Attachment. Tools of all kinds, Nails, Brass Goods, Locks, Bolts, treatment the harrassing cough that generally} ( C

J5. W. Gregory, Bogart fy Hawthorn.-N. Orleans. in my knowledge., JAMES EWELL, M. D. Barnwell. ) o Axes, Pocket-Books, Snuff-boxes, and Fancy Goods, -which is usually followed by difficult breathing,&

Si John 4- Lcattns, T. W.Me Coy.-Mobile. Wilkes County Geo. Jan. 1834. THE Defendant and others concerned, are notified which he is disposed,to sell on reasonable terms, and in the side, and at last Ulcerated Lungs. VWertJJ

.Jt1 17, 833. Hf The undersigned can bear testimony to the superior the issuing of said Attachment, and are required respectfully requests an examination of his Goods. repeated Asthmatic attacks, also bringon CoQAJllpett

c-NOTICE efficacy! of Dr. Peter's Medicin Stomachica et He- the to plead to the Declaration conformably with GEORGE LANMAN. aymptoms. One or two dollars expended ia 1M"
patcss in the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaintsfrom statute. EDWARD CHANDLER, Tallahassee, Nov. 1st, 1834. (12-3m) chase of \'

AT: the neit and July vouchers Term of of HENRY Gad de'1 W.county TODD,, administrator the. personal experience. WM. G. JOHNSON.Dr. Oct. 1st, 1834. ((8-Sm) For Plaintiff. N. B.-Wanted to purchase a likely NBORO Boy, "*>. RELFE'S ASTH MATIC .PlLS I;

of JOHN H. TODD, deceased, late of Gads- P's Medicine Stom chic Hepatiae are put up NOTICE. about 12 or 14 years of age.ADMINISTRATOR'S. and a halo attention to their timely administflta,E 1

den county,wll be presented to said Court for a final in parcels with full directions for using. From one THE subscriber returns,his thanks to the public NOTICE. usual ly ensure a miti gl1tioD or these disorders,.55 i .

,settlement on the part of said administrator. At the to The three parcels is. will be.necessary to complete a cure. I the liberal encouragement he has received AT the next term of the County Court of Leon crallyeffectacnre. The Pills are also M wId .r '1
came time, the said administrator will apply to said price $5 a parcel.A since he has been in this place, and solicits a continu county, we will apply for Letters of Dismission fectual remedy for the symptoms preceedij ffIJIIt'
of the above
Court foradsfcresai& charge from his Administratorship as great will quantity be -very valuable preparations anceoftheir patronage. Just received per schr. Delta, from ths Administration of the estate Henry B.Fills, panying the Asthma and Consumption. fot tIdIt.
JOHN J. ADAMS, kept constantly on hand by direct from New York,a general assortment of Wool deceased, late of said Coughs, difficulty of Breathing. ti&tae 5Jit

Att'y for H. W. Todd, Administrator. E. B. PERKINS, Tallahassee, len, Staple and Fancy GOODS, Sloes, Hats, Hollow. county.LEMUEL BRUCE, across the chest, Wheezing pain in the lIi4e, 2P'4
Who is
authorised
dnjncy, Nov. 3d, 1834. [13GmJ.lJDJdlNISTR.IITOR'S to dispose of them, either at wholesale ware and of blood *
retail Cutlery, Iron-mongcry, Crockery, tc. consisting ELIZA ANN BRUCE. cc. Few cases cau occur 0 aDY
"""" or on as reasonable terms as they can be of blue black and brown Cloths Tallahassee 18th class ef disorders in which the of Dr iaI1t
NOTICE.ALL obtained of the Also ; blue, black, Sept. l334. (Gtf) purchaser .l
_proprietor. by drab and grey double milled Cassimeres Cassinets Pilla will not find a rich retain for their trifliaj ur- :
persons having demands against the estate of Doct's. HOLMES & WILLIAMS, Cambelkon, & and Sattinets English French and ; ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. iture. ,.
; American Prints
McGrlff deceased late of Gadsden Co. M HALSLET ; f
: Druggist
ppalachicola. black Lustring and Fancy Silks and Silk Shawls ALL persons having claims against the estate of
Florida, notified ,Gro j To 14X
are to present them duly authenticated JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS. WHITE the Ladies ,
t1RST deceased
de Nap, &c.; Jackonet, Swiss and Mull Muslins late of Leon ,
within the time prescribed by law, or they will be The following are few among the many persons that 3,4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a superior quality ; County, are hereby notified to present them duly au- White and sound Teeth, are both un ornaoeBl***\
and
for ever barred ; all those that are indebted to the have been either ; thenticated within the time 5
cured adyantajt
eniirely or greatly benefited Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths; a general assortment prescribed by law,or they blessing. The beatsecurity for their
above estate, are earnestly the requested to come forward, within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Pe of Shoes; a variety of Crockery Ware Hollow will be forever barred. All persons indebted to said found in the use of the .

raike payment MARTHA on or McGRIFF by first, day Administratrix.of Jaguary next. ters' Medicinal Stomachics et Hepatic within the I Ware, Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also, Cognac ,Brandy estate,are requested to make immediate BRIT1SHTISEPTIC J7 ATlFIFC>

AUGUSTUS H. LANIER Adminrator.T1ovemer state of Georgia. I Holland Gin j Sicily, Sherry,Port,and Claret Wines; SARAH WHlTEHURST/Hmlrix./ This elegant Tooth Powder, with a verliP. '
Mr. 11.8.8. LIMN is
Mrs. Abner Hiek.Vilkinson.. with other my authQriseagent.. "
S, 1834. (14tf) many articles too tedious to mention. Purchasers eradicates the scurvy in the gums, and pre?!
Mrs. Capt. James Willis do. Nov. 1. [IStfJ SARAH WHITEHORST. bhCke1W
invited
are to call and examinefor themselves cumulation of Tarter which not only .
'
TO, THE PUBLIC. Col. W m. F. Bond do. ALEX'R. FORMY DUVAL. I loosens the teeth and accelerates their d1 'nI I

' .1BE following Certificate from R.A.Greene,Esq. Wayne' W.Egb.nus. Esq. Laurens. Tallahassee Nov. 4, 1833. (13t(1T NOTICE. Dentrifice thus removes the prevailing c.O( :

: ::' Secretary to his Excellency William Lumpkin, Bryan Allen. Esq. do. NATHAKIEL TOBKEB '"i ALL who are interested, will take notice, that the site breath. preserves the healthiness and orit I

Etq..Governor of the State Geoagia, Is for the benefit Col.John W. Porter, Morgan.- VI. t Attachment. *have filed in the Clerk's, Office of the the gam and renders the teeth beall1if ..
of thoat afflicted with' Sanford Chapman. Esq. Jones. -In Superior county of Jefferson, Florida, a Petition for a divisionof Price 50 cents.
EDMUMP
DYSPEP8I.EiImMAIrv&1it ... ,Alexander Irrro J Esq Washington. WILLIAM SMART KIDEIU and J t Court Middle District Jefferson County, the estate of ISAAC MILLER late of said county, Price-whole boxes,'30 Pills, 1 dollar, baIl' '
'CoL Geo.G. Malhews, Greene 34 ,Florida deceased, and will on the 30th December '
gir of mine, who had for several day ,1834 12 Pills,50 cents.
; years m HE defendants and all other_ interested move the Judge of said Court the oatil
persons
to appoint Cammiuteert None on
O" unless
'a end Littr Affection -c are genuine signed
and
Dytpeptic ADMWISTRATOR'3.,NOTICE. .JL will p"
take notice that suit baa been.instituted to divide and said KID
partition
tifb I had dupairea of after' the trul of several ALL persons,indebted to the estate:of BEN/. G. above, returnable Nov..Term of said Court 1834.as the claims of the Petitioners Estate according. to printed wrapper.bj the.ole propnetor. T.T. ;
mmediate Dr.V. '
, tvadaju to relieve her was successfully treated by ')& .are requested to make.immediate 'P4Y- The Defendants are to successor to the late C99C
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