The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 27, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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C ol the United .. around. ?e4uvk increase
;the t4th rgTess > : >ua their' ;vividn*nd
p. :
p, July 87th I8S3.50tf' Watches, Je\1"eJry&c.: : A : Y T', i- .-F :' r l scorching glare ,Ntowaa their horrible 4>oaaty -
tcthoriltd .' announce WILLMJ9 subscriber'has jnst re 'UNEQUJiLl.DJ.I i Jlcadtmy.R. confined to tie usual huespf: fire ; ,no win-
I ILl. as A candrlate to represent theSongrrssof .THE. ; an additional sup- ,4c. .' 1'' .- H; ROSE, ate the' city ofNew. Y rJe, boar ever milled -thdir varying and
) in the i4tI the Un- 44y(WATCH JcwxLar :Baltimore and a gradna-r of.the Aberdeen 'Unire"ity,
/.Jt- 18U 5tf' TEA 8I'OOliS-&C., which he offers, : '.anagerie Scotland, begs to inform the parents.and guardians I dies; ? Now:brightly blue as; the moet azure

A for sale on his customary reasonable 'A7fl \17'" A .QJUjbria he yiciaUy, WHITE.ZLCTIC : ,the abbve, Accadem. at |hj..Rsidence of I soakdike .
leAK tennA.FREDFJUCK CIBC.U'S.THt S.ul',., PAfenuuL, Esq.irrwhich fcfe* *a(ehes 41! theranches gr.ec ,'dartiog reitlesly.toaod ;fro
P : LAW in the Courts of Mad- TOWLE. b of an English and Classical Education ts the f.Us of-.enormous serpent ;.ne3rnoF

rkJrida, Jackson County and the Court Oct 4th, 1834. (8tf) splendid ertabUshmeni% b i worthy of parti a select and 1 imited number of Pupils. to lueric and i intolertble imson Qilli
The subscriber : U4tyng> .
It Tallahassee. has employed A tck-Maker direct attention to the learned amlcur on5. H..R's.
experience and Teacher through
O-OrncE success as a and
from Eneiond; and assures the public that The proprietors mast inform ; dJnokp.farjf\nd! wj [4S.ti an/ work "i respectfully the citizens acquaintance with the most mod "
.JL $. eulnutcd to liim in hu line, sball be done prorapllf of Tallahassee and its viciuttj iri general. that of imparttn* instruction, both approved as practised iif system America and lighting the WhoJe city from arcli!?: to

A.. flERTHELOT. ond in the best manner. F. T. thcif Company win arrive at this place on'Monday and Europe,especially the intellectual system, archrrthen suddenly dying into sickly' pale?

gs ATTORNEY AT LAW,) N. R To Rent"Uic ,House formerly occupied by the 12th day of Jannnry 1335 and rcnjcin for a few need only be known,.to meet dne encouragement ness, lib the ghost,of it* own.life !
1Log. AND T!'._M: Bradford, suitable for a lIMn G l1ily. day s only. The proprietors feel great''confidence irisavin II from a discernin; public. ,
the Court of Appeals;-The th3t thcyJU\Te the most extensive! and, choiceolleciaon For further particulars, reference may be made to In the pauses! the shakers, you heard tho
.1:.of Leon Gadsdcrt, and Jarkof ConruHousc for Leon of Wild Animals of the
L County.c ever exhibited in this coun 1 SAM'L. PARKHILL, Bsq. Snrinswood. rumbling earth beneath, and the igroan-

s cwi0: ; ; Florida' ; and in the Superior THE uudcrsipctl Comnmrioners foi the Cottnty try. Theyjhnvespaired no pains nor expenses i in fittiu*; i Mrs. DAVIDSO!*, Halcndale, I ing wave of the.tnrturtd s@a'; or, :lower' still
k I>ec lur count*, of the Southia. I Loon, will receive sealed Proposals imiil the up their establishment ar.d pledge theriselves that it and
I Also JWw
in ForJlMns. audible but lathe watch
shall be o: intcnsestfcdrthe
flcsdcnca conducted in
the St.ilcofGnorg a respteclable
uit or 1st of January next for erection of a COURT ancViinlerly manner I RF.TIIU'117 Hudson St.
oT'rmbcr 23d 1833. J 5tf HOUSE for.said ConrUv The Contractor furnisltinjr and every exertion used to render'' it '.orthyof Miss J. Dovii.Dsox; 15 State i St. grinding and hiding murmurs of- tha.es&it

all the materials, which rimS be of good qn Citv, public patronage. J. CAMCM, M. D 06 McDongal S|. ping gases through be :chas:Jt of the .distant

lOON J. ADAMS and iriust iiptt\ft'.e\ at what time the Xvorkwill commence TkeJtfanagerie ecnuu:, of tkejolltnri nimalt. C. WJUUCE 158 Broadway." mountainSoraatimes.the eMu appeared to

(JTTORXEI' JlT L.ijr! ,) and when the same will be completed.A The Male ELEPHANT TIMOUR, from RffV. Ma.. STAR wi.. break from i its solid mas andbr thethghliviug
plan ortM Building and all oilier in
tl from CLmntj to A ppnlnc1l1roJnay.. formation onn be had by application to necessary either of the Africa. The performance of this animal cannot Rng. Reading .TERMS. *1 to assume quaint and, vast mimicrcs ol human .

rt qe;'dL I rcUhtrJy and l M"anna"cnd;the and Courts' t4C nnnul\l held'at term the under>Lrncd Commissioners.BEX be su past, if equalled. Do. Do. With Writing, ) *. pet do"d'qiartej. or.of monster shapes stridi ng.across'thst gloom "

vJAppeals nt Tallahassee. Letters adcit CUArRES, ) The Wale CAMEL, from Smyrna,-the GraMmar, Geography, &c. } hurtling one upon th" other, end vanishing

postlpaid, [ bo attended to. JAS. S. LINN, l largest ever in America. Latin, Greek, &c - 87 Jo. Jo: swiftly mto the nubolenl ahy-: of shado so
to bi! RO. J. HACKLET: S Dec G 18:14: [17 8
The Asiatic LION 4)IlENIlYD. ]
[I6t11 PIZARRO largest that to the
1d'34.' Commissioners for Leon County. eyes bud francie( of the affrighted 1 ,
Tallahassee ever exhibited in this country. At 2 o'clock each ATKINSOV, JTS. wanderers the "
OcL 23Ui 1331. ,
A CAHD. [I2tfJ vapours wer'j as
I day, the keeper will enter with the Lion and wanton VWn
V. SHELL BOW AND'S '. ly aid fearltssly cnastiso him. .LiiW G. BUR Ks5. \ the body forms of jlgnutic foes-the.agunt of

A female LEOPARD-one of the most THE Defendant is hereby
ot\"EF o .!T L.ur. .W.IL.ICIIICOL.1! Fla.aWlld TOXIC MIXTURE beautiful animals of the cat Species,-now 11 has filed his P&TITION in the Superior Court Tho ashes in plarc
many :* were already
1 to business ronfitlcd '.o him with tmlntIHtf o'd. years for the county of Leon, and Middle District of Florida -
:punfLt13hILV. D421st ANDANTICOSTIVE A full TIGER.A to Foreclose a Mortgage) given by the Defendant to kneo deep-and the boiling showers which

. 11.hej rflECUAItESatM] ..TAS.D. WEST- PILLS. grown spotted the said Plain til!,on the followiuide.cribci Property, cam from the slpw.ing breath of the vol n"..

St.sqnirr- IN con'icqucnce of th. attempts which ho ro been Male Kangaroo frcm New Hollandone Rcnl and Personal,(to wit:)-The Northwest quarter no, forced their way inh th: houses, bringin .
: ( to impose spurious imitations of tIm abnrcinblc of the most Singular animals ever cxhibiir.il.: and the West half of the Northeast qu.ir.ter of section i with them

bet for The Quincy Bac s. 1 \ Mciciursnnthc| pl1hlif',tM proprietor has concluded The striped or untamable HYENA, from l\venty-c ht. The Northeast quarter of section In; n strong suffocating ;vapour.

t':& the necmitf of confining the sale or !'t: Mixture Ethinph. twenty-nine,Township one and range one. North and some places, immense fragment. of rock

;"idamm to as fern ettablished agents ft. are just siigitiinl to A Black BEAR from Put-Jn-Bav Island. West situated in the.county of Leon anti Territory bulled upotj thy Imise roofs bore,d 'rn along-

ipply the regular dnnandi. A full supply .Medicines will he constantly kept by the Arronts, the original phn of Tallahassee, as number ninety. and
wlIfsc nnmes and rcsiileiwes arc annexed, a.r.'l: the Nino Banded ARMADILLA. five-A female slave named 1Jarlhahout nTtrc.i more more, with every hour ''obstructed

proprietor wishes it distinctly itnJerstia.l, that k*. toW Tho BADGER from Illinoisc-one of the years nfae-zt fomrxle slave named Sally! about thirty the way ; an-J as tli* hy advanced, the motion

no'' be rejflnsible Jor the enninentss of any Mixture! most playful animals of the kind ever exhibited. years of a;-and her child Kiity Ann, a'nut' two of tho earth: \v.is more sensibly felt-thn,

sold as hia jj\.&ty jirrsont, except his .:Lt.'lo"$:d ttgciite. The blnck \VOLF-Tho CATAMUNDA years of ngc. C.LLV. n., footing seemed to sli.le and co-uJd--
Spurious mixtures have been mn.dc anJ stlltl! in cunsiilcrablc Ta'hlna'ee, 5th Dec. 1831.: -UenwfJra cp-nor
-the Rod and ICHNEUMANS chat ioi or litter 1)0
qtiantitics oy- two physicians in Leon and Grey I kept steady, even on the

Gndwlcn counties, and perhaps by oth.r'l. ant 1 will The EMEW, from New South Wales, only CAUTION. mot level ground.
(lo il Ucs! l he imported from New \ orknnd elsewhere.Those nine trnUiis'old; and nearly seven feet high.! THIS is to forwarn all persons from pnrrlnselnjj Sometimes the
3E Races over dIe Gailwlcn: Courso O" uncy, Note of hand given by the subscriber to huger stones, striking( against'ettrh
therefore, who wish the A
to genuine white SWAN of
till I f.-mimnifo on Wc-dncsil.iy the 7ih day ofyy procure large -one the most John ilIcMilliu for thirty LIUpaynlle Jsi January other as they fH. broke into countless"fragment
article can be sure of' it the .
gcttinj only from :
agen beautifui birds of the feathered
and (f race. 133L The said Note
1 ,1313, "'Jitiu'ic ur days.ViParse has been pastel into the h unts irnitathi sparks of fire, which
$!l1o-T mile heats-Entrance 20 The following gentlemen Acnts in Florida.E. And a great variety APES, MONKEYS,t of Dnvid AdkinCl and has bcu piiJ (the lute i hwuJ t whatever
e Il''Pursc 51|iO.-1 mile licats, best 3 in 5- B. Perkins, General Agent at Ttllahas&ce.Ivcrr BABBOONS, &c. Dandy Jack, and his to be lost) by the subscriber. was conitmstiMc within their

,- nee 20lift 4. &tires, Agents for St.Marks.. poney, will go through with their performance CI1AS.C.ASH. reach ; and aojj! : the plains beyond the city
) Purse toonnsist of the Iut'allcr.fll.n. <)' Jamrs C. Errlcs, cJ;. Ctnincy.GoWin each -Dr.r. C-135-1; rt 7-J I the .trknca: \vui now terribly releived ; for

('iti i* Jrel and scroiiJ days-t mile }heatstoy's j & Fnlsom, dn. Mi kisooky.Oarim day. .NUTIc.g several house, an-! even vineyards, had been
1$ The above Animals will b--j exhibited
Williams&Co do. Monticello one hour, and I
: 1fld Ij then the Performance of the celebrated IS hereby given that I shall apply to the J-jdce of set on Humes: and at various intervals the fire
r Purse in consist".l f llr Entrance M Thomas Alexander, do. Jlickstc"wn. Equestrianswith :
di'tti oncyibt their usual ant unusual impossibilities at their County CJo-irt of Hamilton County. si' rose sullenly ami Hereby: ngaiast the solid
I third ami f urth d. 10 M lro..lm Funrusm, do. Th'Jinasvillc. heels and with their peculiar servant of the public, wil" Estate WILLIAM, UXDERWOOIJ? of Admiuistratin on th/ I lnott. To add to tfiis{ pnrtu'.i relief of 'the
give a bold & of heir l\troj: said Cotinty -
!h f.nlrjrslll luade wii.Ii the ScTor.iry byscvcdof I1u1mesVillinns.P. W.Gamier. Jr. (ilo.It). Mari'innn. ties to the citiz'IJ of the place display n.utl its vicinity.superiori Those deceased, this the Gth day of December t 3t. darkness, the citizens had, here 'anJ there, in

' thc day prcviaus lo hat of running.A. Campbclltown. Equestrians are selected from ll p beafr companies now JAS.DUXCAX. the more public places, Mich a s the porticoes

J. FORM 'VJf SVv JOHN II. RO WAND, Proprietor. trnYclln- Dec., 6111 F31. 17! -G] tcmplej and the entrances to the forum, on*

()Gadsdi] Jockey Club. -Nnr..: T. IS34. ((12-GI'f.} MR. hDIG.1Y, Mons. LAMOTT, For Rent -- denvored t > place of torches but -
irr,0uVr 23, 1 S3'1. 'JI' I ] CARROL rows ? the4
| -Li- I Masters McCtounGRAVAN
: II. A. PIER 4 CO.JJerchull1 .
ON. al
--- -- ; JOHNSON I A comfortable two story d'.vellin lol1e rarely continued long ; the showers and 'tmi'
'a diir.m to llr* f nntT nssortment of .-1.1. &c. (neatly furnished .
ItidinfaRtcr., Mr. COOL ) cntaiiing s vcal 1 sudden darkness into which their sudden bitl1 .
| ;os,ihe stwrhr:! : 'has just received bedrooms and all
p r outbuildings '
necessary a garden :
r i Late from the '
( Barton Circus. was converted haJ something! it
lp a.,'nc foUu'\'il! : (iuofERiis: which: will. boJ30 Clown Mr. ) 4-c., to;clhcr with a small houxs near by suitable for doubly terrihln -

; 'r rl1'l:'i 1.: Who performed in all the Cities CREIGIITOV., an office or private bed rotm, all of which are at pre- : and douhK impre..;,jog on the impotence-.
in America
sent occupied by the subscriber to whom of human the kson of
1 bhls. fre li superfiine Flour, with universal applause. persons hopes despair.

200 sacks r.iiid Alum Salt, I The jxirformincc of the Circus will commence wiih wish in;; to rent, can apply for SUSAN 11'1'1 SNELL.Qt1i4yDeC. i Frequently, by the! momeatar-: light of theso "

55 Wils. priii'C Poik, running vaulting by the whole Company. r [l7-tiJ! torches, parties of fu.jtittves encouncredieac.lt.:
anIi i OO Ibs. stiivriir Ham<, Tailors, Horsemanship by Mr. M ADIG A:;, other-soim 11llrr\'ilJ to'ard the othQr: ,
400 lo. Wistrrn FtMthcrs, The daring Hojscman, who will go through hisaMonishing PROCLAMATION.IGFORGER.W.1KER. : sea,
flying from the ': I lit' b th1 IintI wrll
R iCC. Goslon; Uutter, Checfy. Potatoes. &c. and pleasing performance on his horse at : J

alirl at 'c.l51I. (Itil) HKN11V BOND.NOTKK. 'r.nLAU\SSEE t'LoftIDA.: full sp>cd. Secretary nud Acting Governor of ti>s Territory of acen had rcrc:1teil( rapt-j.y: : from lh; thorc-an .
-- 4 Ground and Florida utter darkness i and its
Lofty Tumbling, over :, upon gruJip:
; By the Company. B O Ief.h! declare and Duke known, that on th<'* and tossing waves tho -storm of cinders ,and

II Ttl'l1 nl'1f'r taC'; ajKUication: will l h mr lc to Horsemanship by Mr. CARROL. twenty-fifth of October I I3t, at nn K'ection hcMPROCLAMATION 1 rocks fell without lh which the
;: prote'lhn .
tl i l1on.1 ita."CIIU1H\ C: urt flr1hc: (.'miuty of The untrcpid Horseman.: -During his perform ince; in tile c'J:1I1tIlr/ Leon. JOHN D. iD\V AltOS Milulv
'-\ r Letirrs of AtlnrluiM: ration on tho'ejmttf h*! will throw a forward Somerset and lijht on hi> r-1r! --: :il a Member r.fthc nut Lcsrislaiive Council streets and roofs' nffiriIen 0:1 the land 'Wild'i i

titir '..))1W J. IlOV.rv tio-TAMll. hof J .It full Speed.Horsemanship f.:.r s.ijil County, to sunply tho vacancy occasionedn : -haggtrd-giatly! suid v-i h supernatural fenragroups !
i JAMES CA UGH: A.lm'r. the! .11\lh! of Nathan B"ynl. Esq.Givr. .
by l\r.lon-oco-, encott.ucred each other, but,
l SARAHAX HADLEY Adm'trix. The celeiKitotl uwdcr my hand at Tallahassee, this 21stday
horses late from
performer on two withoutJ'izi1r to speak, to consult to'advi l'
ICC ror8il83J.-l.MwADMINISTRATOll'S the New York November, 183 4.GEO. ;
I It.llfj
----- for Ih"! rth'i'.vcrs fell
NOTICE.IlKrsimsliruing '\7'c drtm it unnecessary to rive a full list of theprfirMi ---. -K.-_WAT.KSH._ _ __ now frequently, though
ice--but the will each not continuously' ,extinguishing the lights
>fl\\ l | ] cniuiils! % against ibo cstnlc$ ol! performance; change ,t
Cveninr. which' shrnved crh band tho death like facos
II.UM '.1"r.n. late or GllIlscl"n| arc r af to -

Wtttiiirtl '! jiirsciuilioniviihout: : delay county' prorwr DIRECTIONS. Comic foigs, By the Clown. GEORGE K WALKKH, of tbo other, all hurrying to seek refuge

iin '':flUcau1 to Milt.vrilxT : And persons in The Height indifpfntalle. There will b,: scats fitted up on an improved plan Secretary and Jlclins; Governor nf Florida. :> 'iietitli thy neamst shelter. The whole elements

"J IWtlic estate arc rt,|rsUHl tj) m.-ikc imnuilialeW. for the accommoj.ttio/i of Lndirs and Gentlemen, DO hereby declare nnd 1:1:'.kf: known, thai, on th?
ot riviiizitioii hroken Ever
1. Round the chest uudr! co.it. which will accommodate I uvro Uj)
from hundred
IcJ.1 ?IiL O. KENAN, AihnV. I five to six persons. fir Monday in September hct.lh6, fi>'l ,wln7 iu.divitu.IC -
! dComfuri" GaJs-frn coiist\it ) 2. D,u \ li"t. ] ivcrc rlcctcd Members 91" tho next Lr iiLi- aad anon, by ths flickering lig-ita! you saw: tho

tbIC' \ rfiO;, i en.. j t.l.EwStQragc 3. From liark-sc-am to elbow and knuckle joint. The Baltimore Band of Music will accompany the Live Conucil,as has been legally certified to me. ; thief hastening Ijy the mot s,>?enin authorities
l.l. -,| ,!. .. 4. Round the tLiili. Man.:t-rie and Circus nnd perform a variety ofWalla's t
1 Nathan Byrd, and of the h\\, hikn'vith and fciiriuilv chuckling
4* Commission t nU iUe8SIlIbsrriLer 5. From she hip-joint to the ancle. Scotch airs, Durt, Marches overtures, &c. Forthecom.yofLaon, ,
11etor \
) r1tkn' over the prodtico of his su'Moii uin If in
( Miuic loctcd from the host authors. *
ustn Py the above scale of measurement jrontlcmcn at a "
will JtfTerson J.inr.s L. Pari-ili
rccriro i COTTON ,
and Goot"p > Doors will !he from I 12 4 o'clock P. T1 f. ; the darkness: wife from hufbanJ
; &nr\' lislance may be enabled forward their rncaSUrCwhich s, opened to was srnnrato'l -
t.or scof Produce rnniinis- MiisqnjtoCharles Downing
"l' on ;
t4 "'QU- Warehouse} is ctunmrativcjy srenrr froniW. will ever meet with prompt attention.NEW each I day. Eveniajj. performance to commence at early Ie U 1FinttnVillIii! M.TIuuter; !, or parent hum chill),....(in was the hope

ftJah O. MILLEU. T ru\limelight.Cy Aslmittince U Washington, Samuel Mitchrll ; ol'rutiuion.. Ka: ::i huiricd uiuidly and confusedly -
$ Children H -
1,00- under
yearsof Ie
hidi Hillshorouih, Samuel Suxnsbury ; in all the various. nod
I lir.W. GOODS n r h.tlf pricf. | cc Columhia, Robert Bl'cHVn. I on. Nothing complicated -*,
Jn' Cc.3AS. Ann,TtlI.hasse, *,;. B. fur a full Jcscription of animal? and Equestrians machinery of social: hfe wis Tefl, save -
GiDSDtx.Jefl'crA.n AND Gin::; under my hanJ at Tall.ilusrcc! this 2Ist
or Pet r"rrnnr.es.. see large bills [posted in principal the pri.n'\1Iaw of .
MJ Ciii>oLM 4.T.t Lor. Charleston. 1A :l IlQ1iJ the day November, JS34.Orleans selfprsaprration.Through
places through '
Ii :vJc'.. __CI29__. .. f :I.5tV' Citj fl6tf[ ] GEO. WALKKR.: this awful eefeae tlid the Athenian i *
Good order
-- :: ------_ _ _- A. PIBftSON & Co. trnuM respectfully inform during tIC! performance. t
.. NOTICK H W_ their customers and thfi"publiek j-,cne- Smoking prohibited Packets. wadohis \vay, accompanied: ) by lode anil ,tKoi

r. I"A person* hiving claims apiinst the Estate of rally, that they arc now opening their new Stock of t Previous to their arrival at this place, they will exhibited : The schooners LADY WASUINCI;- .blind girl'-"ipuddc.ily, a rush of hundred_tun

l bUMoK WILSOS, late (,f GadsJcn County, at !l:1ritnn.on the 7th--at Mount Vernon TON, dipt. P. H. ". their path to the sea, swept by thsni., Nydiawas
i1 LcI iefet/'I\otifiud itO | to P1'6'511 t1'm. propt'riy\uthclI- FALL & WINTER GOODS, on the 9th, nnd Cluiucy on the ICih January, 193:: INGTONj Capt. M. SWAIM, will ,fUnI I torn from the side of Glaucus: who, with r

DC MJ subscriber wltlioutdcla;--:and persons just received fr>ra New York, c-tiuUling of a splendidassortment l'cetnit'! 29. ((20tt) regularly tlurins; the season, every nvmth as Packets, .
t -
ed tA d Estte'arc' between New Orleans and avJ St. Marks. ,' was borne rapidly onward, and when tho
.u rw.ucslwj[ in inave p;'y superfine Cloths, Cassiroeres and V es it- For Sale .IUCti6Jl.THE ;
Xned&tely. 4AnGARf..TVltSON, Extu.llli ins, of a great vaiicty, selected from late importations by Deal 3th, 1331.-13-Gms crowd (whose form they saw hpt, scrfHrick'wastho

LEVI R. WILSON, Exor. of the most fashionable order.-Likewise, tiassortment PLANTERS HOTEL, formerly occupied: For New gloom) were gone, Nydia waa.still 'aepara.- '
t.1G\ds:1et Thomas BoW E and ,f.kk York
III.del C"-J! of Articles for Gentlemen'sdruss. >' present by ,
r. rncr:1t Fancy .
.. ted from their side. Gluucus l scouted bor.name.
Mr.. Kidiler Moore veil: known as one of the test THE substantial Cri'SCSdUEHANNAII r ru .-
vir. Stocks of Glonl -
:11 HE.fOV/l1'JJYG CLIQUID, Suspenders, :-Pongee Illidfs every, Fronts description and Colters, fine situations for a Public House now in Ta'lahasse, cap!. Wii.sos;will sail with despatch : .-Thev,retrackcd- ,their -stcP. .- in va--, .

SIt f1Irrl..4 Sod Linen Shirts, Hosiery fee.-Splendid Sea!, Fur, and ,.will be offered at Public Sale on the premises on i:_- for the above port For freight they could not discover-it was evident she

.ad ly R. s. BEn.N1 R D, Drug Cloth Caps fine Silk, Plush, and Beaver Hats.of the Monday the i'Jth January 1835: III o'clock.. The passage, apply to GU LYON, or the capt. on board!' had! been swept along some opposite direction -
tJroRFOLK, VIIL CIXLI2.v astcst fashion. House is in good order with every necessary convenience St. Marks Nov. 29th, 1S34.: ,((16c.f.
the human
by current' Their frtcodtbcir
attached to it, a particular description of
iffII made
-: 1t'tRNAti1S .m- a n A by general the subscribers assortment, in of the rcady-madCVthin most faithful and fashouable the property is deemed uanecessajy as it is presumed STORAGE. $c. preserver was lost and hitherto Nydia .:had 1
IIJ Q I up my disposed to purchase a properly jx rapidly in. unJersi noil has large and convenient Ware been their Her blindness
style, consisting of Overcoats Froc.k & Dress THE gtu e. rcodered u
RENOVATING LIQ.UID for reasig in vabjc will examine it and judge for |
:' for the Storage of GOODS and COTTOS.
rallkie' fOIls: i Cots and Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat'a, hair Cam.1ctC her alone tho .scene iamiliar. Accustomed
Tar., and Grease themsel: Yes.Terms Cotton in the United
. and Vests of almost shipped to any port. free from '
dtli, tc colon silks: Ssiins, Cloths, : Dud WrappcrsPantaloonn; which rich figured and of Sale-One half cash, the balance on a a1l c.liargcs for lighterage, 4-c. through .a perpetual night to thread the,windings ,*
sr ZIle.$1r VclrcLs without ih the I every description, among are credit of and two 'cau,'wilh Interest from the of the
hast .
1!ol or injuring oublc-breastcd Vjtlvet and fine black Cloth aMIClSSimere one ) EDWARD SEJXAS.Magnolia. city. the led them- unerringly (ov.wards .-
1\i-.gr textore; day of sale. R. J. HACKLEY. AQC.Tallahasse Flo.Nov H i'1.' .' .
. I&-5w the -
&. shore which
"htttt IDd 1 valuable! chemical discovery is of- Valentia and white Marseilles Vesa Dec. C [17- tJ sea by they, 'had rti-
a t by' the :Subscriber.- almost super- Fnclllrino and Lamb's Wool Nell-Shirts Draw- N. B..50 Shares Central Bank Stock. for sale by Gerardin & Wily Solved to hazird an escape.. '*Nptrf;which .j.-
;. letes."Ujofd\'in" e crs-fine Nett Silk and Dae-skin Uudcr-Ycsts, an R.J.U. would ( wend ? all
and they
the Scourer's was thorn
.. rayless to
as -.." : VDFifty excellent article for invalids. nratch Maker and Importer of English anfl .

% &t l1ehhlnt'l\krecch cents(ruin worth criticism; will for secure twelve n A quantity of cour e Clotluns suitable for Negroes, By the President of Hit, United States. French Jewelry and Fapcy 'Article*, A maze without. a.clew. Weariwf,despondentv .

:Ir 1.. a charm un< n silks of the finest and an 'assortment of Icdia Rubber Bartouts, Pea- WHEREAS by the Ae- of Congress, approved a' ce vef"t their es bewildered i they howqyer passed 1 along, tb,:. ".'
* l -;:11nstttlij removing the tajnis of jackets and Trowscrs, warranted very durable and day of June, 1834, the Presidents HAVE on Monroe-; as'iies falling;upon tMr beaai, thtt,'ragmenU'-
th least grease perfectly water-proof ofFered f\1f.sato by the sub- authorized to direct the Register and Receiver of.leTallabaaee .late arrivals
t afllx-tintr the fubric if.vlf the by from New York, ry stones dashed in sparkles beoro-1hefr'
;i-f 'odgmcnts of wax Coat collars scribers on yciy low terms. A deduction of 10 percent Land District, to make sale at Public fc ti Ltrgenssort.mentarnongwhith feet. ,
:Iq It dosi bcfure abi tuh upon isno'quacker will be made for all orders. accompanied with i Auction, of one fourth 'or.the Lots in the Townof arc the follow ing vir: b-
tt1ZUe : St. Marks,in the.Territory of Florida,accordingto I ** Alaa! alas .
4a cndcmartem. mode of appearing the casJi. Gold and silver. Watches, La- murnfured lone, "I, can'go
."ctothis afthe lenst imaginable expense. tT The subseribcrs return their'sincere thanks for the plan'of the Surveyor General of said Territory dies Watches, Gold Earrings, no further;, niysteps sink a'mong the r
to I hcretoforcareecivcd. and know that I ANDREW J'ACK ctifcHing
Now 9N .lc.
Get! the liberal patronage : yc, teh
an M nud nil very Fingerrihgt
C"hteet'< lof people fan hive* it cents At llie a saine-phial, would still hope by their assiduity and strict'atte tion President of tli) United: States do hereby declare andmake Chains and:patent >Keys, Gentlemen and Ladjes .cinders. :Fly i dearest 1 beloved. -:by land; -
*i need rr 1)e apprehended < a to business, to merit and receive a,continuation of ihesime .: known,thit a Public Sale trill 'be: held at the .Guard Chains, Shirt Buttoua aDd Studs, plain and leave me to my,fate !I" "vmj '.'
np .
,fSSSJ mOSt dehc:1te Silks-_jat1Sing.lt, c 1 h.C L&ndOlfice at Tallahasse in the Territory of Florida cut glass ..Beads ,of everydeserption, .Lnk.stands, ..6 11U3b, betrothed bride Death' ;
OlfltOty advcr.'ised 1rP AH order will be thamcfully recive .f and as for the disposal, of :the t pdexmeirtionedi lots in "Bronzes, &c. Perfumeries of the best ; my
w hiehti quality
; in "
fIe evil almost invariable onr produce days, another they have engaged in their employ steady and firs; the Tow'n of St.Mark. ,.Florida, on. Ihc fourth *1nduc Pens; .Ladies Boxes of'Y ry''size;'Scissors,, PoekeU with thee sweeter than lifo'without>nWcT

lr&tlU zenor doe. it require tbercpa'r rate wontoiCT, they are prepared to exbeuw all orders oj January next, v1v Books; Baskets fO.tndaes and children; BeadBags, 'Yet wbitber/.O: .! 'whither can we Direct ourselves :
at aad ui, theynoat..durable'>and, Lots narttbered.J.t, 1! i7,3W 2); 33,37,41, India Rubber Bracers Pistols : '
and &hCSbO4C, $ nouec. ,Percussion Caps, Lo k.f&iIltILMVte. through jhe.glopni 4lt3j&9 &
erreQotersT-such irops
y*"tllc clean as ,the, Ca&hi0I13bo: atylo.' ,. 'm"il"APALACHICOLAHOTEW*...O 2.fIl-6rn-; 45/49.-53.57'GI, ";". 77.8i89,n, ffM, 1lIf.-Gw.e.. &, ,! that &
., vatcr according to xrahuve made but frdeau4 .
* *
.109.113 117 121 p.nd.125 as represented c areJath
.106 ,: pon
"tnft tmg. brarJa October 11,"1834. (all) '
'OH kind
of any : 1
t rom : the plan of the laid lown prepved b1th Surveyor veryap which.we quitted a 1 botr e."tt'- .
.; th? jnost delkate colored cut ,above EstaVhihuieat win ipen( for tba re General of the Ter 1tql',9f Florida._ wIvJ g'AVtD mHmIfA1'1S1a \ 44 O /
. USual \oub1e of takiDg',tbcinuOtd1flg THE 'ofloardcrt Travellers *b&** &..1D'Stant. Tb&.te wiJI'b keptup xi for : dav.s only :gods yon rock-sec. H'btbth 1h.
to tUedirectio'ns it will at .. mo.r.MYn.1CKPtoPQ: ; ), ; < LARGE :arid .Coinptet aSs rt- .roor before us. ..ItW7death'o.3thstreet
once :Given under my b (1at, the CIty of'Wasbingonthis21atdayoC A p"t' .
1.! Prticle of grease from the finest tHqlh 'N"-1 1 ;18d kt errt5: i_' iO.3m. ,I NO'mbeJ"t.A'.D.. r83.J.. 'intent Fresh Driip and Mcdicmei,'just recei- !". J!' ?. ','

1 1T \Si&zj'wihoit ifiiorinin4' theleast -a-- If') ANDREW JACKSON vcd from New York rnd BiJtimorefrir'sale: : 1iretaiL r .
pr&ext... COP4RtI4Efli11r 4 e I % "Blessedlighthingr' iee ( oO t.ei1' te '
', t i turtd lbemae1i siri; I Bi.1 P uUlnt:, 1 .( J.: 10 '. CourttrY MerchantaaDd.p i&iuiichnp. portic6te ortE :
: .
PpJl of the vau12i iC tepI ,( .. u. .
above 2 q '
oiklerc. ,
T &! put the finn 1\h. 1d.Q! miT"" UliHAi* 9pthe t : t. lit "
Daeal :
., JrMjeby.ow ; c. .'i .t 1. ,,v" ,it.+ut.j.si.*&(ARTiN'. : U.'"l t *."Obmmrof the rail" o1 ce., .: ,. ,. JIDW'-BElVMJ ,. ti$ t'Q.. .i-. .t t'J. 11 'ro. .vfr ,
; 'D. TEItrNsAr; 3 .' : -14 4'1tt onaF1: tbthotrera.1' '
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a&eltwe untilibt iaimatter I .1.. _
He bore Tier to the r&motcrtnd more t t I hae ut ut WCTl1tfllJiy5 DO .' '.

.part'of' the {fort'ico, and 'tawed o.8r'berib8t 1 Should the IPri II' : ,4WheFto take arp !returnedt le ite tli sulof gem: YOU 'i i ItiiTrn! :so ',it: .
he'might shield her with bin o form'Fronn the egeasAmaIt, l e. S h" ,"- __i'" r't O1iYtk retl with 1es was a denythatlarnyoirto seemi"a : _
rnakiy t ?e .hiteto Idn ._ __.,. t 1'resf insel Oit jjir
: ; \ the shower*!:Thebeamy end r it vas the desire of the Government point out. : .,,
3jhtfitnfc I of discussioopuui 11i.pa
the remedy of reprisal, and although war is nut of the mode in which, he would :discharge topic .

tlto un lfishn'pss'of-lo\-c 'could hallow ever ".. a necessary consequence, yetiViore than pro- : had no motive,' .public or, privite, to,interfere in. to negociate a Commercial. Treaty" with prove;lti ould. o e;'j S ,'l", .

that dismal time. baMe that such would be thereuItv ;At this tIme I such a contest The'Governor hadnbtlonL beforttt ha. act CttFs rL; "Top1lbli ';a1e .' ..

7" nid' the trembling and collision vritb" foreign p9WertObe4epfr. 2rr jfrzzzsz ., 3en; II Who is. there 4 ny > "- &f1 iT"li l'p bifCo 4 cr, 1 It Urgent 4t.' M ,. rr
had them 'cat.e41 both at destructive to ,commerce ', M tiY.dI ith1it.nf purppsesandtainjure -POh1e -
hollow voice of one who propedcd !1" lUlU- L'-'j'l-.JI.-.J lixItthftt.b3COWfl,_ Ho t'
in their place of refuse; ."yet, 'what.mattere!' hurthensome to our" 'peop But, a war WIth i erbc-raisekl'arainI._ .fJ\Q. i ftttf "ttit or which Irrust'tthaU Deferbe: _! : ,WL
Franceour ancient twft'OrWSefalthlhl ally I iifthor them that are k' Q--r
He told no not.you se to
the crush of lh ruiriod world forbids to U8 permit these considerations Influence my public to offer me the'appontment 111g get !. .
be tending to impair "
to unparalleled baseness.
earnestly deprecated ,
l a ser .
could doubt of qusli6catiOfts fapnjclj Yoq
conduct the al. The ,Governor one my in
friend foe V I-presented, mtmo.r tbt.
or those ties which the remmtscences of on
grateful tolxtelicoafess do not it is ;
.. ,lone turned at the vound of the-voice, and, ., revolutionary associates have created between'lntwo and his friends mideit, a personal affair ,wlt\JDe, vice. Afler this was communicated ",. irnci'puWiBhbut prift _,
the 5Ub- rr point of fact
that I felt and expressed some-solicita&Je on and lQiti
ell acrimonidnaxontroversey 'J
shriek cowered ngain beneath the countries. and the consequences of a most '
with faint
a and hc.l looked in the dir- __ I___ are known to the public. Of that, I have jec in as much as' it would have bisar much mote' a- still worse: you announce to tie ztIe

arms of Glaums- now rMx. Wyatt charges to use grecable to go to Italy with an oujj 'romlhe; .Treasury self-interested! : t jtfgme ;
voic VbeheW the cause of htalarm. mmuuttatfO: noihingjto say. ; pie vfi
-the conceive
Action or
not to to be (he
forth his courtly tind polite language;:with having slandered than an out fit from my pocketjcLWZ4 .' nct.1lchanc!. .

.-Through the darkness glared him to the President in presence of Senator quite equal to the Treasury after Tne %efibTmhf the retpondence"," and with great, Dj 1 I

two burning eyes-ibe lightning 1 flah d Dd WASHWQTOM, Dec. 5th, 183 1. Bill." It was not his interest to believe it then, but Deposit" From what, I had heard in Italy I was sentence against ,it on, my pan,' Cdlp2I1"

lingered athwart the temple; and, Glaucn*; Wit Dear Si -You will have seen from the public paIrs the times being changed, he believes it note. 1 ever satisfied that I could conclude a ComraertiaJ'Treaty :I the advantage of the contra ot'tJat,

shudder, perceived the lion to which ha here; that I was in my place on the first day of saw Senator Bibb in presence of the ,President, and in six months, with the King of the two Cicilies. It selves, which are.the only aDd best "

been doomed, couched beneath the pillars; nod the session, and I shall endeavor to prove to the pec Mr. Wyatt knows that the charge he prefers is utter- : delerminrd, however, not to sen'd a Minister c; lei jOie1& tnJt Of 4isjtj 1t"Cai1

uuwittinz ot the vicinity- pie Florida by the most zealous devotion to their until the officially'informedof thereby,forcing me to the n
close beside him- ly false. I say he knows it, though to justif) an attack there Governmentwere asitJcf"

lay the giant form of the-gladiator. Niger. interests that although I had not the satisfaction oC on me, he professes to believe it. I forwarder the disposition ot that Government to tr with, I publication. 'private corr ,

revealed to .eftch other seeing them in the summer, I am not insensible to which *i- : "get the excuse of doing an
in act of
That lightning hud to him copies of my letters to the President, ; ours. I n ,,
the form of boast end man; yet the instinct their kindness, nor ungrateful. for their generosity. I spoke of him as a member of the Legislative Coun It may be said by the venal band who consider oj'' ness" thus sought for by you. Upoo'JU."bJ. 1I'f'

lion I have'certainly made great drafts upon their indul- that I did not stand in a relation sir, I deny that my letters ':1re. t t "
cf both was quelled. Nay, the crept cil of Leon, and entitled from, his position to respectful : fices "spoils of victory,11 fi did:
and in the reviewof all the circumstances ?
and nearer to the gladiator. as for com gence, yet consideration, and hearing. Is there any man to the President to expect, or take any part of gave them-I demand their, pnb&aUoB"a. r.e.
nearer I cannot eee that any man of just and proper feelings I have had the misfortune to way challenge you to the troth 1.1-' -
and the'gladiator did not recoil who knows me,whatever estimate he may have form the official p'undsr, as of yoar .1ss&

panionstfp tremble.-Tho; revolution of Nature hfiddi8olved could have acted otherwise, or that any one of liberal ed of my character, who can for a moment beli.Ti condemn mAny arts of the Administration, and to am not afraid to race Jhe.cottjeqjg, .

or terrors and her vrontelies. character, or generous disposition, has any groundof that I one day wrote one thing to Ihe President, placed dissent from the extraordinary'claims of Federal and shrink from any .thing thy,contain, .I I
her lighter It is that I have been absent the
A complaint. true it on file in bis.office, and the next day told him Executive dower in the Proclamation, and l'r tesr. your permission) in setf-i'efence! rp5.tion !br. rt
two last summers under circumstances of the most Jefferson of which i'.lkitcd *
of f
The The Republican doctrine in ine- days yours raoe.
in an entirely different thing supposition It
a p-TStti "*U
thug terribly imperious During this period I have not "
Wbilc were obligation. AB1SlV&fJ
they Madison and Monroe that citizen wa.bound were anclC''xceptionab1e :
torches is to absurd. If the Governors friends supposed every to yoa more JiLig
of and women, bearing omitted any opportunity of collecting useful information honorable! should
men in wnich man, have
group to his in capaciy disearded
that I discredited Mr. W., there was no motive serve country any
They were of the con or of forming an acquaintance that may be ad- their Jf
th temple. "ILLITEIUTE
passed by for ihc rancorous hostility they displayed to me he can be useful. Offices are not the private patri- receipt. ar.'cUa wAL lad fo
.' of the Nazarenes; and a sublimennd vatitagious to iny constituents. I was aware that in ceded for confided to conWenco
regation money of the President, but public trust yuir ann keepmt tskfber OJpltti
th intolerance of efforts would be mail Mr. Wyatt involved me in this controversy, and *
had not indeed quelled ? party spirit, You tare
be conferred advantage: juSJ
unearthly great Constitutional: objects to upon your had the
the it
time he takes meritto
during was raging great .
had rubbed awe.of fear. They to expatriate me from a country to which ) am indebted are still welcome to al! ; .
however fu'i
their awe but it for whatever of consideration and character I himself for having voted for me, and he supposesthat those deemed best qualified htve gone you t h .7 : *
had believed according to the error of and returned my own:outfit, afro" havingsatis- exposure of them wihonouable ". gv. eIar
long of obli- this created such a debt immense of endless upon 'u..1cavin8 ht !
and which I feel the
iho early Oistian; *, that the last day was Ilt I possess Neither to time distance deepest sense aleviate i gratitude," that it placed him in the line of succession fled my curiosity, and attained other objects, I preferto : men to judg. vi the wrwxTthat in the

t now that the day had gation. nor can min negotiate! the aftairs of my constitutes near the ma\ bjus'ly due to t',e man, Uu struetj
hand: ; the> imagined and from those who under the I and I am to be denounced fir not yielding to< ;tan
sentiment, feeling ,
than into those who ble of vioirtting private.
court of Washington to enter confidence
him. His and himself did "take advantage 'JOugiu &
co mo. circumstances and extraordinary influences -i /Hen nr.t LJl
'Vo wo !" ciic-d in a shrill and pi i rr.il1g, most trying supported me heretofore am prepared for: of my critical situation.!!" We form very dil claim :he tpvilt, should! such an oifiV*ever be created; self, and used for his own benefit. I CO

voice, the elder at their Iwud.h Behold tho verdict, they may render, but while maintaii ferent estimates of the nature of our reciprocal obli I did m>t intend to have w'!tcn so long a l-l-tterbut My letters were wrten. : : i-, haste, and-11a: inn

any it is that aiId other HenJs should moments, and cose! no dour withooi t formeit
lie aal\etho gations. If he had to the ranks of these you my r
Lord desccndeth to judgement the relation I do to them it is my duty to show that I gone over <

lIre come down from heaven in the sight pi have not for any object of business or pleasure neg- men who had given him such a character to the Pre- know the facts, and use them to previ-nt misiepreyentation. being never intended for the,pr ssr the pabre is II
and therefore be defcc
nnd mightyWo to the< sident, finding themselves in such they may, ive_in m xy a: coHeerated
men! wo! yo strong yo lected them. I need not recapitulate: the motives I company I confidem

fhsces and the purple! Wo to the idolater anti hal for going to Europe. Thy are understood and : would have gone over to the Bother side. It is abroad I am with much S r *pc ,your obut. servt. points, of yet candor am and that thl'Yit" '
the worshipper of the beast. Wo to ye who appreciau-d. I have been absent from home eighteen : as it is ]long, or rather longer in the number JOSEPH M. WHITE.To stamp the ofpifrp y danE
WM. WILSON, Esq yours, perhaps amount ofmay bottt
pour fourth the blood of sarits, and gloat over months, six of which have be'n passed in the Hou'e' of votes against me. Being involved in this afFair bear that of an opposite caracter: But

the death pangs of the son of God! Wo to the< of Rcpresentaiives, which must! not be counted against by him which brought upoimetho hostilry: of theGovernor FOR THE FLOR1DUN. In conclusion, sir, perm't: me t Q k'YCI\'iilo. usunMubi

mc. Does an absence of twelve months make i and all his friends, I cannot! see how he I
harlot of the sea! Wo! wo! TO THE //O.V. JOS. Al. WHITE. peet to cover the ,many defonaahs [jj vo'1lt Rail

And with a loud and deep chorus the troops me a non-resident Four of this has been spent at I con:-d,have done less in defending himscf! thank SIR-I see in the Fioridian of the 6th instan!, a course, tl.-atare exposed in my Efrary

and if those who wish lo declare me a nonresident say a word in my defence. Mr. Wya'i d-d not bringten .
of sPa
chanted forth along tb) wild horrors ; letter of yours addressed to the Editor of thjt paper, abuse: Although you seem to deny es thef phis

Wo to the harlot of the so.*!---wo? wo !1" know my repugnance to that element, they conic I I votes to my side, and as my majority was much containing several very personal and direct allusions discuss Notional poht,c s, you pame.rh1lNh'! these
not charge me with makin mv home on the "moun larger wi hout counting the Poll Books that nevei
The Nazarenes pa. ed slowly on, their torches -' ; to me; predicated upon some remarks of mine contained nally upon Territorial questions of policy and C0UT5
I have been appeared if he had takn of well
_tain wave. through a large portion oC advantage
still flickering ir the storm their voices my in my circular: I am tmco ciot\s.of having. re-t. Upon either of those topics then,sir;It '
I did remain known "critican sitaaion he could have defta Leeli
but not not
Europe, long enough at '
still raised in and solemn warning, till anyone said any thing in that paper, hat could have excitedthe prefer to meet ou-l tannot condescend TCpersonalitis. !
of tu-micile. I ted me. I did not get in Leon halt of the
pla-e 'o acquire rights am not a re ; one votes
in the streets, the dark, : angry feeling of a rtvencfu11)a.ssiun, or in the If you Javo! any private zeragainst Bay's2tL
lost amid the \vitnlitiys
London Paris Rom given to in the election
sulent of or Florence. All preceding doubtless oraccount I
and the silence of slightest Ueg'ree, furr.bhcd grounds, for the very me, which I Ph m>t cocscioas b
ness'flf the atmnSI;plif rq, that I'possess is in Florida, and with her prosperity, uf the impressions he had cieated againstme
illiberal and abusive remarks yon :indulged .. at any time, furnished the >l:>_,ie t cause fore Cr, hi
death fell over the sc.ne. "I mine is identified. From a.l that I c.m: learn, those in the former elections.! In the late contest he
in the You say, that you "see that: he (Wyatt:: ) is seekingpreiex's the unpariU'Ujble\ sin of --onii5g a tandidai 3d.
There was omof iSe frequent pauses ] who never visit me, and to whom my presence is not wa so indifferent that a majority of my friends believed .
at, the litigation, doubt'e,ol his old friends, wou3.fl remark, that the nenr!jiapers are not tie St. :1\
showers, and Olnucn; encouraged lono once :' very, agreeable are the persons who have comphiued that he was against me. He hints at private .
S 'I who gave him such a character to the President, to per place to etile( them. I is ex ceeI of cad largeride
more to proceed. ,J" I prove that he deserved it. He knows, that the insinuation seek t:g public fdv *'::1', to enlighten :an! iastr: 4
ting on the last step of ihe portico, sin old man, I precedent, let us see how his stands. Mes&ers I contest,and what I wrote in the "time of its greatest Our;
he makes, that I abused him to the Pre' public mind; not to rl it wi'h bitter o'tt-p.nriu,
with a bag in his riJit; hand iud 1 leaning upon : Livingston and Johnson, Senators of Louisiana, violence I do nornow remember, but I think I wille dent, is unfounded say he knows if, because I sent private maiice. Your on : ru ta"otliaglimi and J

Tho bore torch : were absent four and were not in difficult for him to find a letter declinein
lotturoriby. youth a years consequenceexpatriated. offering to vice
a youth. him copies of my letters to the President, vindicating course teretofor?, when y m wa in another c
fdther and I : General Jackson )has been for sever his favor. I could hardly have written that under
Glaucus recognized the two as *or ; him against the most infamous acts imputed) were loud and c'araoru; bU'i'i ihe r'int i i I.'

-miser nnd prodt. nl l years at a time aent from Tennessee, and be is I the decrees" of his abandonment in my"critical situa him by Williams, Allen, Crane & Searcy,"-Refer- and adap.s itself to e"timents of the li thestorn:

n Father," said the youth if you cannot ncicrtholess considered a resident. The Paliace in tion. Jf he produces private letters in which ]I ring tor the case of Gov.:Doval', and the evidence uf changes to, however mu b 'ho>e sentim
move more swiftly. I mu-tl leave you, or we which he Ojourns AJVya<5hington, does not deprive; streched a point a little to put the best face on hi Mr. Bil>b about this }iue." In those remarks, or its former and higher.notions propriety)
him of his rei dencc. The of South. after I
Represcntaiives charges
was fairly in the
engaged contest for
both perish! S as ra'her charges, you .sir, lune,.been as unhappy in Promises o: correcprin:iples ictule: BM ooc?

Fly boy, then, and leave thy sire." Carolina, Georgia, and LouHdnna very often spend he was my witness 1 must plea a sort of professional your selections! fromf ohionglha .taapy more important fred: -md warm po'iti-al 'pport r. -hut ac
time I hav-been absent from habit
some longer.than theiirespective to exhibit:
But I cannot fly to starve ; jrive mob) my prosecutor and witness to points in my circular as 'YO\have been unfortunate caused m-* to he a cand ila'e-ani you my po!:
and the best I
States, they are not considered without advantage before the Whatever ,
bag of gold." And the youth snatched ilL it. jury. mayS upon the ore of'truth. I deny that I am opponent; and no\rby : vi-efr'and -fyoul ,15',
a-local h'ilation in consequence of it. As none thought by him of the value of his
services J I
Wretch,! would' thou r.h thy father V of my rca' subs antial friends have complained of I think our accounts have been balanced. frends, seeking any such \\fretext'at. that there is a word in I >'.: bon t, of rivale' friendship:-between IlL 1 .a

Ifmy : my circular to anyrach l'2iif-It is before coMEse of conduct, may in tLess days of syccni Beer
**'Alas ? who tell the tale in this hour. justify
can mC I must conclude! that this is ony; a mop; of the 1 i think otherwise, and that he has a right to claim rout
the pblick-let it b- of. It and oClcial upti ns crown with JOKC
judged is doubtle c"r- you
Miser perish opposition. I think about the last ol March, if they their support I shall submit in silence-I only wish you, oft
not I, that is seeking a pretext to drag from it ashes the present canvass, but with all honourable! _
The boy tru.k the old man to'the ground, will do me the t favor to come t-) Casa Bianca, they I to vindicate myself from his charge of ingratitude.I > not
this o'd and it t be condemned. Fornj
.forgotten controversy! are welcome dependent men, mn>
the foaj from the relaxing hand and bom' where I have ; sir
plucked will find "at sent
me some good habeen in
charged my absence wi'h havinj to all the advantage a discussion of it will give you part, I nei'her' fear your rancour,nor d'I seek. 1on
ned onward with a shrill yell. withhich, to drink their health and entered .
Berdeaux into a coalition with Gen. Call.
The word in the present canvass. Before, however, victory is forbearance, ror hat Qf any of your old, oriei
le god !" cried Gau'Cus! ; s* arc ye blind congratulate them upon the improvement the country coatm ii one of dangerous import and I tad tthe
( would require declared, let us compare notes and review facts :- ficial or unofficial TIME-SERVEHS. npc
then eveb in the darkSi&h crimes well and the success of the Union Bank. By the a defence if it ,
; may { grave were not publicly known You say that you vlntieoUd me iga'unl the most in- own resources, and upon ray wo merit. lam a tim
confound the guiltless! with the guilty in one bye, I consider that Bank the most impoitant mea- that he does not election. .
support my must be a fjmous ads impl'led to,ni:bj tt'illir.msJllten, Crane and no obligations or private :edges to any mu, bun

common ruin.-Ione on on !'* sure ever accomplished for our Territory, and I acknowledge -{ most unskillful ne-olia-or to have arranged an alliance Semrey." I deny thai, you, ever "rindfaLiF me : any party arrangement am I guilty of mc) .

in common with all my tielow: citizens, of thaI, sort. A gentleman enter into a coalition against any such impu'ations, or that any such were tude to any one. I may be beat ly voters,id met

) the debt of gia-itude; we owe to the President, thro' to support another, and executes it by voting a- ever made by those p reons. I said deny-I will : by public speculaions: but I hope not ty beia the.
Fron the'Macoji Meuen whom alone it could have been effected him!! This '
S get. gainst does '
not look for
like 'backin our ad I, prove to be false by your own showing.In i dour and fairness, or in that rcspct myself we

How the Prc- ittetn't Message ill he received Residence once acquired can only be losr by death, friend," or to recur to the Indian anecdote, it does those lefers of "vindication," to which allude )- the public, that sbou'deverbe! cherished iaiHi- m I

fcy the French Government, H a question of the or removal one 6f the contingencies, I thank Provi not say "turkey to me once." furnished you I and je'igious' ommTuiitics. tO'\
you me a statement, which was published : enlightened,
S most absorbing interest. Should his candid and dence, has not yet happened, and if it can be shown To make this coalition complete some &c. beirivt
corrupt motive in the Floridian, now before me, and to whichI Respectfully,
just strictures regarded as mtjtaces, it is'vcrj that I have aemoved, I should like know where mj must be ascribed tome, as the consideration and
refer for facts, that Col. Gadsden Gen. Can CoJ WILLIAM WYAT
probable that the Li'jrislative bodies of France, domicile has been kindly established by those to this motive is nt
interrogatively imputed in a Gen- _
questionto Thomas and Cot.
Searcy. R.W. Williams al .LSPECIE.
from considerations) ol National pride, wilL'perais whom I am.not indebted for other favor
any Gen. Call
except by a writer himself
calling PhiK Leon. .
failXless ; ami refuw gave testimony in favour of the re appointment of tint the Rottisctt ,
in their what We learn
policy, finally gratuitous donation of new home. Perhaps thyhave The question is thus pni- : UJvr

S they Jiaye Been so luiiij delaying, to execute tilt"tlpulItious located me in the Moon. How far I am jubti Did not Col. W. under this Gov. Duval, and against me and the charges; in : Jjave sent to the United Stn'tesJithio thept vri
of the mnde understanding, procure which, not a word is to be found that
% treaty solemnly : by the imputes to me million \
S fied in being absent for the last two summers I leaveto or permit, without : ent yea, the.d tim oinearly three
b constitute: .authoring of the twt countries. In objection, the allowanced infamous" or other like acts._ This, Mr, not only much willi &
: the sound sense and good feeling of every impartial U $10,000 to and Col. Allen for i dollars in gold.and silver, not *o
you the
the event 'hat such a construction should be jivJn uarretlrn e! gives the direct contradiction to your present asser- rivaa

: to the Message, and the result bcasnnticipatecve mania Florida. I neither receive the counsels,nor of your fee> in some land cases in Florida, which sertions upon ths subject, but it further proves that i view to profit, as to'me any pressureiflmoney

expect c.msrqucuces: of the most serious am I m-icb affected by the censures of those who he, Col. W., refused some three years ago when Col. Allen and Judge Crane were not known in this : market, and ot the 'representation* enl

I- nature. Such a fl::rant disreiinl or national have never found any thing to approve in my con- you were enemies." matter at all! and that yen, for, some cause or.other : their friends here, to enable commercial1 the
faith will not be sufTored to remain unheeded, and duct. I do not know if Gen. Call has ever answered it i ,, (perhaps to promote your private ends in the new prise to pursue ordlnaryand aitive chant TV;i:

L an imperative sense of 'National honor will eoni- It wa. with unaffected reluctance that I consentedto but as I have a more decided interest: in.it, being an arrangements said to have been made,)iave pohtical I in connection with European; trade; and, .

L pelt us to take redrew in our own hands. The serve another term. I should not have copsentec implication of dishonour and con that into addi prlnv
uption upon me, 1 I now insidiously substituted them in the place of the I are authorised further to stale,
mode and measure of that redress are correctlypointed If any one of my prominent friends hnd consented to shall do it. In the first place I never did three first above to ?
gentlemen named
oppose, or even at the ex- this country, they are prepared trap
ihc President Immemorial
} and out by custom become a candidate when the universal opinion! was question, three years ago, when "enemies," or at any pens the It of ua lions would sanction the ch
w recourse thut I wished decline. I other time the :
to was strongly urged by allowance of Gen. Call's compensation. 'feeling, that all gentlemen! acknowledge themselves'tourd demand it T
to reprisals: French to nppearcnt, or exigency
upon property satisfy an SJ
J every prominent man who had acted with the ma- I never knew its amount, and should maintain
to invi.late. satisftCt0
admitted unliquidated debt and however never will c'otibt he
pain- intelligence no no
fut might be the conseqttemjes attendant jority of the people heretofore against the fruitless have opposed because, he was engaged in cases a- It is not my purpose to vindicate those gentlemen merchants apprehensions have b
upon our as
,each a summary act of justice on our part, a due efforts of organized parties. In a moment of great gainst me, and delicacy would have prevented me against this wanton and rude introduction of their that winding the business,fractions PiCf

regtrd for the honor of the country and the rights excitement when the patronage of the general and from endeavoring to deprive the Government of such names by you into this, controversy, it is enough to expressed of the Bnnk of up ltd United,J SII, CfI]

f.our injured citizens would leave to us no other local government, was employed against all my Counsel l as they might select. After all the evidence say, that your charge against them, or rather basely and w& pIf.l

alternative. friends,and under a deep liens of obligation to them. was collected in Forbes case, and enough in the East intended for me; is proved-by y ut own showing. to might possibly i lead to a panic ".* :

:Many of nut Whig contemporaries luvrecUemned I hg given two publick pledges not t.abandon them Florida cases to test each principle involved, being be altogether unfounded, though, it true, would con- "which wo are ,confident will. be ton W1II rot bti

S the tonejof that part CC the Message is long as they considered my services useful to them sailed on in Congress by the Chairman of the Com vict them of a base,calumny against me, but which the* contrary, the ban'kIe think, tit fi

which allusion madeto relations Ethel the I supposed that I during absence mhtee of and meanslo 4 $ mir with country. ; my Ways Means three years ago to say you have thus incurred upon yourself until tinue with its ample
French ,We cau'nut' t with them. in Europe the: summer before last that they whether there acquitted existence of Ita C ttJ
S agree was any necessity for a "land ag nt," ,by proving it upon ,them. Those gentlemen paper ns Ionga I the
The narrative of.our claims Dna the might unite sonic one who could the I[ said there in ,you 'h lfe.
consequent upon expect general was my opinion none whatsoever, and know, were never my "old friends," will permit. Our merchant' may 0S
negotiations, tshotva pbiiily that we have been trifled support of th .people. Upon return I found norarethey now : 0u
my that; as long as these high salaries, were paid the Cases my new ones. One of them,was your old friend but with till the necessaryguards agaf .O
'mth bv the French Government. From thehrtificntion'of that selection wade and I solicited ,
no was was by ail would never'be uJUII
; decided. The Land Agent was as he said was forced to free thejr Iep
quit you in of ding, give a impulse
Ute admitting these claims consequence
treaty friends and those who
my particularly by were stricken .
four sessions of tin Chamber Deputies have intervened.by out by Congress for twoyears, successively, his scruple of your M/lestJ-one of them is now morcial enterprise, without appteheaditlN &'
S mon likely to be selected, to consent to run again. I but the President
three of.them the subject was either continued him, and paid him out your new political friend if $5000 of the public money scarcity of meant for the ensuing ycaf--fl 1i3!
had taefuria the :riJJitotY..whoiijnifi'd
not yhole of another fund. It has *
alt now been six years'that these refused him '
entirely neglected, .or but partially agila4ed,.nd that I should heretofore by you when you were, Y Eve. Star,2Othult. : Ct
to me a villiagpess withdraw.. There cases: have been depending,.tolhe of the enemies
by,the.fourtli, appropriajioi; (! necessary to car- great injury ,could make him'so. b

rv the !fen Y"Utt effect, 'were refused. Under w:1s one dividual who wrote to me that he proposed :laimants'and 'the Territory. Gen. Call's cOm Of the" facts between;, you' and Mr. Bibb, there is fi

.. these ctrtuinstrfnces,' tlir forbearance of our Gov to'offcf, and should regret <* collision with me, sa ion was never:subject .of'discussion. ,and waf certainly a clear contradiction. He that From the Canton'Regis'er.May 'iaite- tJ

ment'ha"been. wt tblokfrtemflrlrableliEnlfrtaiaipg : rat whether it occurred or not, )>e intimated that he never opposed by,m< when,we were entmiei., me to the President-You says in letters you'abased SANDIcHISLANie.-Wobaye te 1

a Iwjie that; the French 'Nation, wnuld,'; had drawn the sword and threw away .scabbard, I I had hoped that'I had established a character, in vindication,that tort praised me.say.Mt.your B.was.disinterested count of the shipping which,arrived tbe4' d

from A sense of National honor, and in good faith, and that I must either yield to him't>r prepare to that respect which would hnve freed me(porn the imputation -; -you were interested- wished to secure and Woahoo' in'the half year endi5Z,! .t

4:fintnir! .,Redeem,, her plctltfeu! the, ? ekIeu1de- : encounter his formidable opposition. I did not think of acting from such unworthy motives as the support of myself and friends you bat intended ,Or-Americao mf'rcban : there t

chi>edpreenungth ? .ubject ,to the consideration hat he stood in A position to expecr tijtjr thing from ersonal enmity-; ,,8 Bntt J \
is atatea
; as nqv apparent to duringilie.-time above ;
every one, to clandestinely in- :
uf Congress at its last session. This hope( bas not I the, or my/riends. At the two first elemaia Br4t&ay I appeal to ev opponent in the Terriory. 1 8"J "
generous '
lure me. Theevidence; therefore, Mr. Bibb is Sandwich Island, 1 ; Pro.ailln, ;
been realized-end under a otnviction authorized and,violent tand'i; have : ,
S open oppone yet whether have not uniformly paid the same at- entitled to credit 'whilst 13 YtU f ]
: is OtaheitiaD i wthe wfible,
yours J.
the facts that I materially impeached ; ;)" t
by no sa isGtctory'.evidence has whiett
eeovered from tbe injury his abuse did to my entiott, ,to his business as to that of most intimate .
furnitlied that performance oothe my by your 9wn o''ra4idlor&, ., ,,and train of reasonablecircumitances. aggregate 'tonnage, 2473f, navigated b1
Ixjen pdrtofth lection in the County of Leon. At th 'ihild elec- friend' I beliere Uutt every,PeputySunreybr voted 5 S Stj
French ,Govenmtcnt of the stipulations to-j don he was himself a candidate and his mode of '
lemntentered; : :'In'loVilli .the 'United States, will conducting' that canvass was'by continued, assaults :gainst me*i the last 1 ction'aud whenit ,was. pro- i In relatioDi.to the controversy with Gov. Duval), I men.Of American whaling vessels the : ,I.
: .
tab p1i.t A' ruture pwiiid, the PreslJeqt has L PeaLed tame to increase-their: compensation forsur- will say that I onlycharged with a mal-edminis-) 1411 ; B ] .
was 18,930 men i '
'U ipon me, openly and publicly some ofj8pej: ih tonnage ;
Grants that .
bdievang the al-
x4tisivecdnitr lt. in the language of ro c'ace' *y sum Cation Of thepubliejafltirs ot..florida, attof which .,
this he determined to prefer charg against the:Go- awed small I used, : whaling ,vessels 13, tonnage.4890 cje
was greatly too
1x1I i4 tkioirately, at the same time firmly, told every,exertion I proved con.c1usively, ,by.1'eSp 'itnesses.- f
barrels of oil board the cAtnef1Caf1"1
CIngresnd the Country, what course should be ernor. He applied to me as Representative of to bare them paid a'retsonable compensation', 'and I roo charged him'Uftdn.JourWn"' ; igna.rure; Wit'unqua1ifie4 on the brftl!h,' ']

punte <%to'protect the, rights and maintain the the T/rrj ryiwQdgkionlf chaaoelsf{'commattieaioj hall exert myself again also three j/< r.ago supported corcq U Fond'i ;Thi3; fDce''Shewa 78,560; barrels oil' on biard-
-" ** "
}iqaor'pfLthq ,countrvi.. Vc.give credit to lbs .t between the pconj?and 1 the' goy nmrtto, pr 'a'proposition4to( J pay,Gen.C. e.n4.Mr. TVartf, the coufee'webtthpqr* a4ed iOWRrdGQ' sola 13,720.; ? "

Prt&iAeot for the bold. stand lie has taken and 4nt these chirp, ,ThV right petition is gnardP rOf't their extratperoces-in-the Land Ofljcc, when :Duval,-wih; the 'ttritin: ,difleTenr :bowCeTthat. .: S :Tra| activity i of toe.American wbaJis -

be the be,will i>6 cuatiioetihy'the'wtwltf i .t to.tbexitizeia; by,the CODStit t10A. 'JtWwusubrct neither could rtiiw' be' is from these retqrnilects
uhaeerjflay iwue,, [ 1J ,. Id tnjr friends. ,A doxea oth- what:I have ..said I proved buwhii iou hav* s4 fullapparrent
S American people," in 4'nY and all, r ef J, ,jtpcofding,jumy.conceptions af my public duty, er instances might-be cited. But Philo Leon would you' h floLpoud ., ., 'tbe greatest credft onTtboae: enU ',-

foptI tiin'utN.ti' li i; : 1u ,'.at- leflme; DO .dtt retioD-l was bound present be no more Philo Elt* than. he i# nbwj;ir> cloud You again..7.tkftt; you":,tee he, tWjatt'*) it seekn f.'C nta rp- -te4 Stales who art

S 'Ai b'lbi'' poKey tnd: timerittitf theszige 1. '' ko,.- .,Jj. .i/orpe'titiop, o.siy one, to,tljc'Eeo-(I of witnesses wertfpi'odUFct.;' ingtoget excuse tdi: 'aCt nprIIedbsse .ged ia,thai bnmch,If .f coSfciacrce.

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!r1eeei h ..1h.caiig.- ': lHi t : ,-;.', ctk r fadaer..$ ,''tea near '' :Far Charleston. P1taIIeiiJ .iI : I" 1ab.

ff SSSf' j mr f S%. 1>aV ,' ., '
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oat The v u !iOintIy OI1'1ut 1O&b January. .;
1.7 i.- I .ope4/to the jw.cMTLLER .! dl "
ft/7. t celt of-th : arratgemeDt. w
DECEMBE tirotnii The filJy' beaU. ;w : : : =ot'hw."M.OIIrea & ..
gDAY few
ftil little animal,'bat $ i or triurt be called his S\Lg.- clc his weEkaoWnPuurTAvidw,
fid eridetitiy not in condition ta' ,booor. On S" .week, in the o* Casks Ten.: WINE warranted prime c osun., .welte 1naftCred acre, IDUIV or tM tosfa*.
The latest advices from Liverpool are o Leradf jwrtide 1IVingbeen' traTdted consi entered hta daughter ia 1 Itw'a morning; ha r of direct importation to Charleston. W. C. M and. the with SIXTT Nc B>to,KJOT*or lass. Tu bnd h

c tioogh there has been a decline in New- derable distance and just long enough here-to feet ; ed bw to yattmeni'dufr. Dec. 27 to-tt. .. caotbrakf, ha mmoA.cr' bottom lying in sieve *od '
*3;diced by the opinion that the crop is large. the efiecta or.t the change of climate.and 1ntter.-i4 a ay her'prayernI i prepare to die -- l aDdiY d4II.1IOcJ".upo a tUCklpoIa river, seven miles
I r -5-- 3d immedateIydiscIargd at her. ohe after ESTRAY. above Mariaaoa ais hundred Krea of which are and -
day. A Post Stake, ror afl 4 another rour er the hifheal stats of em ri it
agea mile beatL .piatob. .The balls entered 8TEAYBD or stok&< ; is free and easi
L Wlftlt length of Cot White's.letter. and J. J. Pittman's c'F..ncisjManoD, by M*ri- and belew Jier left breast-culling above :w the eado&ure ofCoL Wm rtm, I, tffliblfi and well suitsd to &hearo"'tb.of sugar can
Communication, compel to be on, dam by off lhre 't>f Bailey Jefferson and couoa. The,uaproveraents are compfct cca-
SuvArchie ,
her Co.
r.VJlU's us. 4 years old-100 Ibs. 1I fingers ; she fell but had a few : s istingofarsnpofbuildiiigi twobundrvdand
tora1 remsrks.--Our own view ofnot Willis ? strength enough .. week wnce,a Cheroul 8or- fifteen
'jJ ja oar Alston's b m Jane Bertrand by rand to raise ad rush after the old. man whom she l?i WWUP. n uui HORSE, about S' fret in length intended and well suited to't.be nanttEicture -'

rricip1e matters in controversy, is that d Aracorea, 6 years old-115 Ibs. 2-1 clasped, but who fled from her to, his old, having a white spot about,sue inches in diameter yean of sugar, to wit:-A"grinding pr mill rocea....

.c0IbC ClnVlss will be influenced by them.tOPe Time BID 14s-8m SOs. and there sbQt himself' dead. room, on the right side of his belly'near the fore leg.. ,,Be a boiHngrooDB7furnished with two. sets of keULjs-f
The Baoness I paces and trots f 10 reward I cooling:room wpurgery, of brick, and .
who will taltsad will be adiatfiltry.-
given for hie
: want a delegate possess Francis i is still re .
Marian won the Colt Stake of 91090ectrance living and Doctor Marjollin, who bad turn to me Tallahassee, and if stolen,I will p're|30 ; all in the best order: Abo, a' new gu .h GfO and*

: experience, and forourselves when- over ibis Course last year, ancle deep in been immediately sent fer*,bad, I am assured for the horse and thief J."D. WE8TCOT screw, of the best structure, for the cotton crop-.. .'

1 1l1 ODe having more these qualities' than- z mud. We,were particularly struck with the improvement extracted three of the balls from her body., Dec. W ,JO-tf I grist Negro mill houses! of cast all gear framed and'with worked brick by hors powsr-.

% ?White shall be-presented, we shall be willing in his size and appearance on this occasion S he retained her senses, but was not expected I ELECTION NOTICE., ; plank floors-dwelling hot kiteheii 'chimnevs stables & asdL.*rf

itlre i iig pretensions. On this question the -both heats were won with ease. ,; to survive her wounds. She is the mother of r ri NOTICE is here by Driven that Election 1 the best and tbost"convenient desitan feme. TM

n : ?dlk will decide in May next-In the mean tirrie 3d day. Jocky-Club Purse $150 three children, and about forty old. Such member of the Legislative Council plantation is stocked with a good supply of larga and
mile heats. fears of
i is the I the Territory of Florida, for the of; valuable mules, oxen coWs 4-e. in good colldi.
all parties to keep cool. R. G. tragedy which has County -
ealf Ricks' b g Emerald, by Timoleon, dam occurred it i i. said in I Gadsden, to supply the vacancy occasioned ky'the Most of the eaare able bodied-men.- It is not

by Sir Archie, 4 years old- 7 Ibs. i-l a family well known to most of those who death of the Hon. David Ochiltree will be held 'intended i ftb"'eiaggerat the adrantagts cf tftis or to
KEPRESENTATTT Dec. 9th 1834. ,
Boca or $, ,, have disparage the
Willis Abtona frequented the drawing or. Saturday the claims of other, estates in suggesting
b Sir of the dav of
ST-I send you the Report of Chief Engi- g Henry by Sir Archie, French January, 1835, at the thatthcre a hot in Florida' a plantation of better
/Jt6 capital.-From following places in said pos
II reltiB to the execution of certain works infcjja dam by- 6 years old-115 Ibs. 2-2 a Paris Letter.A of County, under the superintendence UoD>.qqBlit7 ,and improvements' than tK,' & I
i-g the
which appropriatiotisharc been attained. T. Brown's ch c Ben following inspectors v z. will dispose ofthe above described pi
; Reynolds
,for by Contention, YANKEE EDITOR. One I. At Quincy, in the Quincv i individual; should it
I of precinct or be
dam oar bte lem'oftbe I Inspectors desired, I W. .th*
the East Pass into by
of alaebicola Gallatin,4
Tjbe Survey App I years old-100 Ibs. 3-3 type, down-east, Wm Norwood, S. Gunn and Stephen I and*separately, and make it to the nurcf
(now biB r
another has been made and the' Thomas we pity condition "
Report J. '
Green's Parraniore.
i pjd itt bIke g Mink, by dam :) offers the bargain. IS AC. ;L
!!:L,of the road from Tallahassee to Cape Flori- 6 years old-1 li Ibs. editorial- following excuses 'for a lack 2. At the House of Richard Morgan in Mor- 't mberSO.->>19-4w. :_ -- --

fnTpnot be made without a furthe appropriation. I Time 2m Is-2m 5s. 4dr o matter.. Read them and say if they gan's precinet- Inspectors, Danl, M. fli son J. 1C?*The'Augusfa Cbronide'
Ufcn propose an appropriation for making the road L 4th Jocky-Club Puree are not \alid : ? Buie and David Alderman. .,. four weeks-,'and forward his account to this OceTaZ'rent.

l LB St. Augustine to -nsacola upon a larger and L I J. J. Pittman's ch f Amy 200, 2 mite! J. 'The business of tbe.Editor his been too 3. At the house of Thos. Mills in MHV' pre -. -" ,

] permanent scale. I shall also ask for one forLtent Hampton by Crusadci multifarious this week to admit his paying iBspectorcsjJohnLitUe, Robert LaWdns,jr. .108EP'U ILkDD '
dam :
t House at the East end of St. Georges Island 1-II by Gallatin, 4 years ok-97 Ibs. 1-1 much attention to the editorial department of and D. M. Jordan. : H'jUti'CejYed from Wew Orltftnr and"-New -
I J. J. Harrison's b m Queen Adalaid by Arab his 4. At thr. house of Jesse McCall iti McCall's York, a general of.
pi for tl.t improvement of' the entrance. I shall I paper. Our printei and flevii have both I I assortment Goons. usuahy
dam by Virginian old precinct-Inspectors, Wm. B. McCalI I called for *t thu season. He has the" V
the years -109 IDs. 2-2 been drunk ,, Meredith, '
enlarged the and
ask for one to meet expenccs of LeI we, (that is ourself) hare B. Owens I Best f
: and N York
I Time 4m 2s 4m Os.5thfday. beeu Stephen Peebles. or and N Orleans Flo&rj .
-htive Council, owing to increase.ofthe Mein-: compelled to set most of the ond i 5. At the -
typo Roads in the Cross Gonhen Butter 'Ve ten
Club Roads Hams T
Jocky Purse ;
Ltp oarC.11endcr S5OOS, mile heats. pre ; 4 r
A Bdl! is 011 proVidIag for a stir- presswork for the It cinct .
kri paper. is known that -Inspectors Bryan -
I Croom A. R. Mess.and '
R. Ransom
G. Ricks' b I .Rork : T
1'tyand csimtte; of the cost of reina-ving obstaclesijpola Chesterfield by Pacific, dam by "we are a practising physician and that and B. B. Wright. prime ,
our Eastern
in Ihe ) and Ausilla Rivers, and for the con Madison, 3 years old-86 Ibs. l-l calls have been unusually prolific this week. 6. At the house of S. Sadbury, in Sadbury'a Potatoes, Onions and Cheese;

!h sroctiOJl: of a Rail Ruad from Jacksonvillrto TallaI J. J. Pittman's ch f Mary Doubleday. John I r Our sis tor'fl nurse has been sick and we have precinct-Inspectors, S. Sadbury, Wm. T. Bost- Sperm Niter Hall Candles Powdct family' Bcefin halfbblt;

Henry, dam by Dungannon, S yrs. old-S31bs.2-3 been compelled to spend wick and David Holloman. ; \
a considerable
7. I collided in Europe a number'of interesting facts J. J. Hurri n's c h Tam O'Shantee, by Mon I tion of our time in the por. 7. At Aspalajra, in the Aspolaga precinct-In Country nnd Holland, Gin

in ret Irion 'o Rail Roads and Canals, and having Tonsondam would be rocking rradh. This spectors, D. G. Raney, John T. J. Wilson' and J. Imperial Tea by the box
by Cripple H sufficient
II 5yra.od.llOlb3.Time excuse for reasona McMillan. Brown
th< scquain'ance' of a number of capitalists any Domestic.* by the bale
fllrmeJ f ;
6m 19-ra 1. ble msm, but this is not all. 8. At
ct devote the A beautifu! black Chattahoochee, in the Chattahonchee All kind Cut Nails
intention to next summer to the and Brad .
is :
i it i my ;
it collection of facts upon which by the aid of inrorpo- The Filly.is a Floridian by birth and education, eyed girl came to town last Saturday. and we [ precinct-Inspectors, R. H. Stewart, J. \\'. King Hollow, Ware ; N.. Orleans Hum ,
tt and ran under great disadvantage, thesaddlehav- had no sooner seen her than we half dead and Joshua Davis.Given Peach
jttfd companies: and their capitalists, I think Floria were I Apple nnJ Cognac Brandy
ing slipped on her shoulders in in love: we havc'duringlbe -jnder my hand, Dec. 22d, 1934. ;
may be grfatly: improved. I the first mile of the week wooed & won All kinds Shoes hy the trunk, case '&e.

Every' cflort is making in the southern and western first heat, which prevented the'rider from. bracing; the dame and shall (if no lawful objection can, I Dec. 27 C. H.(20 DU PONT, j. 6. c. c. lie wishes to purchase Cotton, Deer Skins, ud

Bales to adopt a policy which will be injurious to her as he ought to bave done. be made) !he married at the Methodist church: -_ 1)CAUTION. -Coir lIt.-\1at1olia. Her. 15. $-.-1Scf_

us unless we counteract it as soon as pos ih e. A 6th day. Proprietors Purse $250, mile.heats 3 tomorVnjour patrons satisfied? If not NOTICE. *"

700CBC< Rail Road i is projected, or rather, spoken of, from best in 5. we hope thy may be doomed to all the horrors ALL persons, dated are cautioned airainst. trading" for two IX weeks after date, I will -pply to the County

)Uijbilf to Angui ta.in Gor ia.-Another from Metn- Queen Adclaid 88 lbs-handicap. af the henpecked husband !" in Fcbrnary, 1 1S35 to about C. C.tlio Williams 2.rth Oct. last, payable K.? Court of Jefferson county! for Letters of Administration -
1 1 I 1Mary I or bearer,--ono :: on the state of THOMAS COOSSET
the Atlantic. Th object, or rather the effect *_ for SIM.I the other late ot
to for
$100 and
igb1f phil Doubleday, feather, but her rider signed by the sub s.ill county deceasH.Pec .
ti'-se Roads are, or xrdl be, to direct trade and inter- weighed 80 lljs. FAMINE iir THE WEST.-The Cincinnati Chron- scriber. As Ihnre reason apprehend, a failure of t ;, arB-I. fin-6w FKTNAH COOKSEY.:
4 COITSt from Florida in other cUrections. These must 222Time idc: states that the want ot mast in the woods this the consideration for which those notes were ;i-'en I -
l U counteracted lai 59i-lm 57s-2rn Os. year is n't 0111.driving the wild\ turlvys into Cin- am law.determined not to pay them, unless compelled by Notice

1st. By a Canal: between Pcnsacola and Mobile THOS. BROWN, Secry. cincinnati where they have been chased about It is J.. ; JOHN BLOCKER, Esq. is my
vt from proper to stile, that Mr. Williams had no { authorized ayeht duiingmy -
one tnp'fo
for wlnh companies arc now organized. another, and driven the whatever
B.y\ agency in the transaction above dlluded to. absence- from the Territory.Dec. .
2d. A Rail: .'Ki from Pensae-: to Alabama Riv31 CHARLESTON MARKET Dec. 18. squirrels tn devour whole corn fields, but it has' Dec. 20th, 183L 20-3w F. B. WHITING. I3ii, 1834. [|R-2w WM.TRADMWELUMAUSHAL'S
CoUon.-Thc market for Uplands was heavy and forted the bears upon the mountains to levy contribution -
eI1ft1 (.Ligi: up. dull at the close of the NOTICE SALE.
last week, and in the beginning ; of the flocks and herds, and the
By clearing out th* Inland Channel between of Uie present it was in quite an unsettled stEte, children of their neighbors.! swne say ALL persons havinclaimeagainstJohn3. Smith:, IN virtue of an Execuiiun, issued .and directed tcr
e1id, Si.Mary's and Si J,.!n's for Steam Boats of the and the sales made were at a reduction of from J to 3 late Jackson county are requested me by the Cleri of the Superior Court for the

largrst! class, and a Rail Road either from Jaclaon- cent on all descriptions, to whIch, however, but ew We to present them to the subscriber, legally aulhentica L County of Leon, district of Middie Florida, shall.
.1eto'hUthas..ee! ,or from Black cieek to Suwanee. holders submiUfd. prefering to await further account understand thai the Tuscaloosa stage inattempting ted ; and those indebted, will make arranetnenta for proceed to sell oa Saturday the OOh day of December -
should from Eun>pe. On Wednesday last. Liverpool :- to cross a stream in Dallas county, the an early settlement asindlllgence cannot l.e iven, nex, for cash, to the highest bidder, in front of
Our great object be to bring as much traded dates '10 the 12th November, v4a New York were flat sunk, and the horses were drowned. The DAVID G. RANEY. Atlm'r. I the Court House in Ta'lahassee! a very superiorpa-

t I intercourse from the Niirh to Orleansnnd, received, which, a'though shewing. a steady market, 'J passengers having got out of the stage, were illsaved. > Asnalaga, Dec. 15th, 1834.-20-Sw tent wrou htiron BANK SAFE -it is about six feet
I Iiti ru ersa, through FloriJa as practiable advi-'cd of uo advance in prices-since that holders .- We also understand that the mail was -- long, six ieit high_ and four feet dpm with double-

1 write in great haste, but you will soon see that, have she"n mt-rc disposition to meet purchasers, and saved.-[Montgomery, (Ala.) Journal, Sid ult. NOTICE.THE doors, cases and drawers cdtoiplete. It will be MId
sales at the close of the to satisfy the costs, charges, and decreed *
these projects are not visionary, nnd you wi'l tlh-o 1 1te week were efiectrd freely at Stockholders in the Tallahassee Rail Road expenses by
said in
Court a cauv wherein the Central
above reducion.; The sales all have : Bank of
aniuunicd L- are hereby notified thatan Instalment
the Engineers of private capitalists' arrive to 5172baes the MARRIED Florida was complainant, and the Merchants and
ulars of
parti which follow- of two cent. is be
per required to before the
romaketb-ir observations that I have not forgotten 4.J bales at 14 cents 56 rt 11i-1'J at 145-521 at 15. In Thomasville Ga. Wednesday evening the 25th day of January next at the paid Treasury on or office in Planters Ban of Miirnolia, Thc Q. Gorden and J
Florida in my ,Lsence.I / -603 at I5i-J83 at l.r'I:11)5) nt 15 -*).T2 at 153-5 24th instant, bv Isaac P.Brooks,Esq. Mr. EDWARD Tallahassee By order ofthc Board. Edward Sell as, were defendants.
at IM 327 nt Ifl_. "ilnt. Ifil K. Ifii_ SEIXAS., of MujmnUa. Flo. to Mi! HULDAR I THOS. ES TON RA VDOLPH
nm .rtT *./f..fnMiTn.. .*c" .t. 'M. ot. lf.3 s R Dec 20. ,
p. )V" -- -- 4-- 1834.19.6wJ R. K. CALL President.
JOSEPH M. WHITE."RooJrom -t.'5at 16}-C8 at 16J-40 at 1GJ-and 229 at 17. S\HTUsecondchughicr! of Mr. Simeon Smith;Jr. I Oct. 9. 18M MarshaL '
liteba Those sa'es over 16] ceirs'are for a very choice ani- ot the former place. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, The above Bank Sue -ur Iron Chest? c-in be seejai '

the north boundary line of Florida cle, and only to be obtained m pariKular orders,and 'In Gadsden county, on the 23d inst. by the ROT. THAT the Books of subscription' fir the residue the late Baukinhoase in Magnolia.Jt .
Tfcitioi kJlppalathicola;)/ Florida.-.\ tok] > now engaged in nuKing a survey of ihe : q uotations. For Long Cottons the demand as yet is MARTHAT'VATER.. 4f Florida, will be opened under the superintendence of a Screw Press one pair of Scales 1 and Weights for

esod mule of this road: in conformity tta the requirmcnte inderate---the sales of the week amount to about .) the same day by M. M. Caswcll, Esq. Mr. the Board of Directors at their Banking House in the Gold, one Table and one- D.sk.. _ _
i of the law. '1'heurvev not having been finished : IfiO( bales, whioh near 100 bases: are of finer .de- JAMES M ELLIOTT, to Mrs. MARGARETn ity of Tallahassee, on Thursday the 22d January' NOTICE.ALL .

nothing has been done, of course, towards COM! scriptions Sea Island within: our cuotations-45 bale McCALL, widow of thr late Sharod I persons are cautioned; against trading for a
IIS flICi1lIfl. g Oltl Floridas at 35 cen's-S bale: ; Sane ai 5-the z I Subscribers will be required to file their apprni'I Promi*ory Note of hand given by; the
"Ockbcknee river Florida. remainder stained at 25 n 6.Ve quote! Uplandsinferior OBITUARY.DIED I m uts, file papers to the property, and Clerks Certi! subscriber, for Five Hiindrcd, Dollars, nod made pay
TTCJUt -The expenditures, I i 14 to 14J-ordinary to fair 15 to 15J-good at hi4 residence Comfort ficates, at the lima of sul>scribing.By I able to John G. Smith or bt'ltCid note was given
rolhts river have been directed :0 the rtmovjil ofl I fair to good 15} to 16-piinft I'.il 1 a 15}-Sea. Island I Col. DAVID OCHILTREE on Rocky member creek, order of the Board, sometime about the' 2tti of February last, and
of the
l tit! rafts and trees which obstructed ;its nnvigatinn. : fair to good 32 a 40-fine 41 a 45-extra fine upwar I Legislative Council for Qadsden, He ROMEO LEWIS, Cashier. made payaMe! on the <. t daynf J. r ury n'xt. The-
county. was
The river is now open for a distance of one I formerly from North Carolina, and was amJng the Tallahassee. Dec. 20 (19-fw) consideration for whirli sniU ift\te was given, having
hundred nod fifty( miles from its mouth. I [By the Victorh ] e rli 'st and most respectable inhabitants of this dis- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. entireiv f.iilcd ; I am determined not to pay it. unless

gi ApdathkfHa river, Florida.-The improvement A passenger who len Manchester on the evenT trict. be sold c ompleci b'y law. his
on Monday the 19th f Janua-
etif of the Apalachicola Itarbtr: to the opening of i in< of Tuesday Nov. llth, informs us that the WILL at public the day t> the JOHN. X PI-GG. Jfl
out-cry. premises
a Nac 8 1. 1 S34. ]3-f
the straight channel, has been attended with: demand for Yarns on that day was very great, jve are authorised to announce bllowinjr TRACT or LAND, consisting nf the East half

I pMtsaccess. Vessels urtbe largest class trading and every thing was sold. For cotton cloths the M. NIXON as a candidate to of the :N. E. quarter of section 8, and the west half of NewlJooiTStore.THE .

ion "that quarter now pass; up tu the wharves of the demand was hardly as good as it hid bee*. The represent Gadsden county in the next legislative of section, 9, in Township one, rane one, N. and E. -subscriber hi received! an.) will open imme.-

1b''. It remains to be determined whether it will consumption of cotton, he says, was full 20,000 Council, at the Election on Saturday the 3d. January being the real! estate of DATIS FLOTD, decease'!, and (n'xt l tl".1. South of Mr..Paper's store)
wufcessary to obstruct the other outlets of the I h hales per week. The sales at Liverpool on the next.-Dec. 27th, 183t202wFEMALE sold by permission of the County Court of Leon I an ats'Uimedt of COOKS And STTIOW&.Y, and would

1. fi'tr, to f rce the water more effectually into the 1 lllh, were 3,000 at full prices, and on the 12th, SCHOOL. C lard)unty. A life-estatc in one hundred acres of which be glad u, supply his r.b.ids and the comra unity iugeneral
has been
assigned to the widow of saiJ deceased with nrikles in Lis line
itTr themost
channel any on
Should this becuane necessary, i the business wns opened with a good demand, THE next term of J ihe School in chargeofthe sub- for her dower, and the tract is sold subject to that terms. AUIiou his reasonable -
reservation. .
tbereare ahumh-u!: funils availihlc to etfcct it. I which it was expected would lead to large sales) will resume its duties on the first Tuesday Terms Cash. nssortmer.t.ig.not ye&

*& .Mar& river and harbor, Florida.The during the diy, especially as the accounts of the iu Jauuar}'. It is strongly advised that pupils. be BEN CH AIRES, Ex'r. very rend)general ma !to, and Pxi\C4's others to to make be oiade it so by by shipments the first YeP al

vutof fuuds during the last year, and the high previous day from Manchester were so favorable. entered. at the commencement of the session. BETSEY FLOYD, Ex'trix.qth scN fioru the Noit::;
vai'f of the present have retarded very conMi-I The cotton manufacturing interest thro' out England It is expected thit the Tuition fees of the It\ term 1 D't'e'11her.1831. {I Skdsl He has also the Cimtiin! Almanack,published expressly

tethe operations for improvement of the u in a condition uf unexampled prosperity.I will be "lid befrre the commencement of the iext.J.I1.T''NG.. NOTICE.A i for FIori.1: cil'-: latcd for the Sleredian oC

fircr. The works Tallahassee: and conininhig local in relation
un the river are, for the lreentZIened. I Dec.27 PPLICATION milter
Similar can e3, joined to the preval- Tile J Ppe:1 rea nee of American Cotton Twist in 20.tf Term of the County will made Court at for the Leon next county March, for to the Territory, which! he offer for sale' either by, the
tf1 of ELECTION FOR gross, dozen, or singc c
disease OFFICERS. py.
ge have operated to the prejudice of a Manchester factory, furnished at a cheaper rate 'a settlement of all the accounts of the Estate of DAVIS Di-c. 13. 181. IStf
the JAS. S. LINN.
: "W mprll\'I1ll'nlS. All unnecessary delay than that afforded by the English cotton works' I BY order of the Intcndanl. the citizens of Tal- FLOYD, deceased, of which all concerned will take due _

,m be avo.dcJ, ti bring these works tt) a close n a circumstance which would scarcely be expected are hereby notified, that an ELECTION notice. BEN CHAIRES, Ex'r. ADMINISTRATOR'SSALEA
"Eaumbia nrt- will be hld on Monday the 5th of next month, for BETSEY FLOYD Ex'trix, Rent of Land and Hire
PJOJ'ida.-S.n of
I'p after the rp to be regarded with complacency by John an Intendant and eight common Councilmen, under 19th December i Negroes..
I:P priaiou| was UH.jC for the improvenient of this I Bull. Amencan ingenuity and enterprise are rapidly the superint.-ndants of Dan'l McRaney, B. Andrewsand 1834. [19tds] ON Thursday the first day'of January next(1833)

"ct, the work wa- put Ullllt.cOlJlr.tC1, subject. establishing the mechanic arts on the firmest Rch'd: Shefler, Judges. JAMES ii!. SCOTT shall offer for sale, to, the highest bidder in the
i toth the general supervision of an otTIccr already, II.IBJS, and with the present progress of improvement CHARLES AUSTIN, City of Tallahassee .all the L.uiID'o which Robert
rg d with several norks of equal, aud perhaps not many years can elapse before the indu* Dec 17.-;0-3w Clerk of the City Council. ATTORNEY JIT LAW. : B. Oliver dec'd died possessed,within! Township one, '
tater mipoiance, l because the hu and skill of will he found HAVING: located himself in Monticello,Jefferson range one Sou& fy 'Veat'conSIBtlDg of three Eighths,
try our
_r in country pushing CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA, Florida, tenders his professional services -.. and adjoining'the lands of David Rebesooy-James
Is'i laced. The immediate charge it could be the competition into markets where as yet their Tallahaaee, Dec. 27th, 1834. 5 to the Citizens of the Territory generally. He Eslick and the estate of- H. K Fitts, deceased and
department is'now informed that the productions have ever appeared.-[BalU Am. will in the Courts of the Counties
is hereby given, thAt an election for nine practice of Leon, others. Any particulars in relation to the !land,will
to have f failed to fullil their engagements. From 'the nfxnchcttcrEng.: \ .] Gucrdi=t. NOTiCE of this Bank, will be held at the Banking Jefferson and Gadsden, and the Courts of Thomas I be furouhed on application to the subscriber.At .
iiy up the middle of December last they had but American Cotton tiritt-Duty on Bow Cotton.- House in Tallahassee; on Monday the 5th January and Lownds, Georgia. He olso tenders his servicesto I the same'time aad place. the Eighth of LAS o-

PWwly! cleared R.uall portion of the river of its We have tbi week had show to usa sample of nsuinz. L. A. THOMPSON, Cash'r. persons in general, as a collector and pledges himself whereon the said R. B.Oliver resided,will be Rented;
311 btructiot&, when their' arrested 1 Dec-.ember,27th, 1834. as to punctuality and attention. Office in Afonticello. mid the Ncea>oEs belonging to his estate''- the
hLrrIt operations were cotton yarn. No. 22's Water Twist, spun as the Wtds.J I ,
W3tervhieh con uqed from tliat time lo ensuingyear. .
)O1 I ttctoe' of August. In of the dilaYroceediDgi ticket imports, by ColletCSt Smith, of the Hamilton NOTICE.FORUID Dec. 20 (19-tf) T rwu-Fortlie Land sold;,OM third o'the pnr-'
consequence factory, Patterson, New Jersey, which was chase will be requhed in cash for the balance
tory money 'and -
!> all paying Note or Account
| of the and I I persons any TL'EE BAOSS
their having contractors year purchased in New York for ae ounLofa manufacturing I to James J. Wescott, of the Estate of Anthony a credit 'twelve month wili be given, upon
tti 'pertio3 made no preparations; to resume house in this town, and has been laid down Lambert. JOHN LAMBERT[ Adm r- bria.nna'Courao will como off on I the purchaser purchasers giving note or notes,with
11 guttIas. the Pl sent, it was dcterniined, in Auto here at full 3 halfpence, per pound less than it Dec. 27 20-tf OVER' the 28th January next and COL- legal interest from date,'and a.lien on the property. to
take the work out of their hands and secure their the purchaser also to the
could have been bought for in this market. It is tinucfourHajs.1st payment ; pay
1G.lice O3eCUte it with hired labor. Theexorbitant only fair to observe that this yarn was probably Bi For Sale. day$200-2 mile heats-S 20 entrance. expense of drawing and recording the,deeds 'ai the

u1j for labor at that time was however, a purchased tinder the influence or the serious de I have for sale a fine Honsz-rides well, and I 2(1 day $300: -3 mile heats-'$30 do., time oftheIr exfcntion. '
f. -*rceor further dday and, the proliabHity now pression which the recent crissis in their monetary is gentle in harness. J. B. TAYLOR.rauau.e 3d dl\Y' l50-mile heats- .$20 do .Foe' the ranted' ;Land and hire of'Negroes, notes
tnotwiUistandingtbe workmav have been Dec. 29, 1834.-20-4w 4th day,mile heats-a post race,$200 do. with approved personal security .will be required'
"Kneed and banking system produced in the UnitedStates L The proprietor feels confident that much sport payable on the first day of-January,1836.'
b ; as was expected, on theist ofOcto-, and that the price of 22's water twist here I NOTICE.STRA be expected. No pains will be spared to have things may JAS. S.LINN, AdmV. ,with.Will axd18td ;-
may not have been with sufficient force to' of late been than it for' Dee.-I3th.-.1834. ,, -
h has decidedly higher was YED from well conducted-very extensive preparations arc making '. -
my plantation
I !Bore the! winter freshets begin. All ofIlcf tome considerable time previously. Nevertheless three miles away\st Tallahas to accommodate those who may favour.us.with J1DMLXIST&ATOKE '&... nJ A
j culty, which cannot bat be atleoded with! after making the allowances) this score, there see a small BAY' MARE-has a theur company. "JlLL be sold to she highest bidder on WedQd

.jcnfice of much money, won VI Jiaverfceev! aw will remain in transaction' ,abundant. grouig. knot on one of her hind knees, in In all instances, the Club will,be governed by the yy day the 84th insUnV Uie laLertsidsceo' .
Sp S JJ.f aa officer could have been pared to lake Jor becoming sensible of the great importance ora .' which she is lame. It is supposed I New Market Rules All entries to be made to the PALATIAB WmTratftsr,dee'd, tJItho Pcrisaan&

J tile immediate direction of the improvement in timely removal of the duty on raw co On. It she has shaped her caurse for Lownds!unty.,Georgia Secretary by 9 o'clock, P. M. for the day previous to Personal Propectjc belongiag to the estate of.OM:said

S *'instance. The further prosecution tf the be observed, as a furUier motive to ,this step>, where abe was raised. Any person W 10 will return the running. JAS J. PITTMAN, Sec'ry. P. Whitehurst, consisting of Moles Cattle Hogs.
JrVhaa: _been, froaa necessity, transferred, the may that cotton imported from the United States her or five information so that I get her, will be paid Marianna,Flo. 15th Dec. 1834. [19-6w] Household and Kitchen Furniture,.with..the crop of
yam -
1.ter.- any reasonable charge nnd expense' he m 7iiftrat"D Cotton of 1333 and 1834, (which is in the_) -Aud
is subject tu no duty whatever Atleast :he yar: MARY ANN ] : Strayed or Stolen,. r manjTother articles too tediooi to-aoteUan._
41 h.t4ik Iurior, .l"_ .-As aolicipated I in we have aeen, after the full time Cir enquiry and TERMS For the I-
31ist a. 27, J.' 20-tf From Tallahassee, 16th December, a Cotton and all sauna-of;TweaJTr
tT .a fP-wt, the operations >place werjer consideration had been taken, was :passed at the red roan horse, roaehed main and short Five Dollars and underibe cash,win be reqnredVHRir

the present year: brought to'a atus&ctory Liverpool custon house without. charge. One Hundred;Dollars Reward iHOcapHH .tail he is is galded On the weathers I, sums over *e.JIt1.F Te DoUAM *credit of J nety
lThecnannc1 throgbbspaiJ10t4rtd _i_ IaZADivL'OC be fcr the delivery to me in crease fallen and right eyeont.' Any"persop will deliver days will be 'given The..purchaser* giving 'tKtoJT
J wide, and ttdecp.r I ',PARIS.-Some r WILL given Thorns him to Co!.Richard Parish on the Mkksooky"orKiddar with approved security bearing legtl fct rt.ircra*
: vi11e. County, Gtol'pof.tuIAH : Moore in abU be date. SARAH : .
Tallahassee liberally rewarded :: WHITEHUBST j .
1I dftie ...fa pecuniary'.naJnrjB,bad existed B. TUCKER-who escaped raog1.Jai'1 '
4 y and all expenses paid, or to the subscriber at CoL Ta1lrbuMe,. 10,1834. (I8u!t %:
TaOahauee Jocky"Cluk Race' fbf some tune between the Baron and Baronet I." dnHhe mgbt of iKeJMtJi December,'.1854, or ffty s Parish's. c NICHOLAS. .LQYD. : r. -

1*Annual Meeting for 19(34'commenced( qn *'p_" .--:-, which bad bro &1ien', a ;*eparation L. dottttri for his chnfinewent:.in.any j fe jail in feo, Dec.20th,183t(19t1.) .. ; _' 1Io70 TC.,'." .., ;, 4 .-' ::

day the 15th December. : 'TM l dy an AmencAri, ;had broogbljbbabited or Flortda, atbat rgetJ im. He.was. comjtted, A1 .'persons haviagebloes.Bsxkr .'tK, <#toof. .
'4 months from'wi11'present my;twhfr* F.Texcx*late. 4t4ea cayj *
latay. :A Sweepctake .for; three year oMfc II tier lau.tiaDd ..fortuoe *!f.6.9OOli.' year, *n.1 5.. ,for! Said.theoffence.ofnegroateaFiiig':45 ; and i'about. -SIX a JlettlemenaJRt. shall app.tl.to & ,Qx : hereby nbti| ;to prea- tb sttpftj .,, ->tf-/

lac1eas, 5W erilrance. t350{ >rfeit, :5 u& ;?f:. a splendid mansion in the: Rue-4 ft five ieet!T uc k r H'incheshigk about vcaraofaige dark County Court of,Gadtidntyt: W Lettera l.Dia td without daiay t.thXz' eutees3i-: wywia '
; three} : utJ1JJuiltthair mission admmistrater of tha estate of TbomaaJUPeeMesjUtepfjeUdeanntT debted to the estate d '
fcqgea ; nii. nt.
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. forfeit. ;. ;, j; Faubougb ,m*: Honore* .a ria. Jtppeai:; and the end of hIS nose off .J. :deceased., : '.. p7fl T 'JQBtI W.M ALONS: ... .'

3 .Pittman''i b i Chelef6elJ by Pacific dam tt recent)*. aonroachmontf bad,been *effec- 4 : ***. ''JNO.C.BHOWtfltfG, ,. Sheriff.DecJsr : .STEPHEN 8.? EBLESA&nY.Nottaaber ffi. u ;. _.. _
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ad5Ofl.:8.lb.: '.J UhI6LWbeYtoJcs4. a corppetert; .-.) ," % :"' S4> 1SS4. 19-6a < 4'w'Y, Dec.44834. oI 4w
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f N Q1cE. '.. :BOOKS & sTAO11ARk'. ,- : } '- be hired, (i id r&lahaI ce)iMi: \ 6gn g ; A : i* *:'b J -. l&&h .
.c'. HBtabKribcf fes received adtr.1 I. 18 rp_ '&&******>: '4'C.' I' :WILL ,.on satutdav, .the,Sd-day January, '. -r-..
formerly existing between T' STiTO6ITWhICIGtf toUs TrDrug 1i lo, the ; ,. Wto, -,
I .' u4 ames D. Westcott Jr. hath ofBoow AITO HAVE ai t. faT if'o1 seven o? eiht. .NEGROES. .belong -.
by agreement. oU custopers reduced prices.among 7 h, are I,. diciD.n&Ghtm.NADnLI f&"rof. stite of Thomas'- 'How rd.N. ,1' I ; T ."
I : : : JAZ1MBR1NSQNEX0t; I' -
The Token for ; 'PORT jjfwtEZLH WtNE, 1 a
t"- Dec.SO, (19"3tr) '
Atreetion'. Gift ; in bottles imported :specbhV :for.tte. tee of the I arc- cleared- and o'e1ceflea.IIud1.a .. "a.'S.JuI.
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ACARD.18M1 I there is.OR ,
0 : Christmas Box ; sick Weigand & Swrardeift supefwi! AtewjTA- ,STORAGE BUSINESS Dwelling House, a Mill for be PIac. '

*D. WOTOOTT JmnoR itoeliMd a eoatUtaM IBtWofiVt The late Novels TIKO TAcnmruro, Ourzvcu.Eit, DIMICTwo subscriber has sold hb Improvements I and in start .ptDdi L
every building
,1ft BeereUrr ft FU cM.,ae4 aecepted'M IrUDInDmtU. THE whid .
'( S Attanwy for the ICWaie Distnet.dateS,tMt It_Irb' And. great wtrfcff :. I and POCKT: ', in cases. town of St.,,Marks but wishes it dhJtinctIy requisite upon plantation.. _
.e. bU Urns xcJu/Mf a" **nmita-flf to tbe practice of MisehlaneouaWOtkW '. -STOMACH Pokw and PIFWJ, Silver Lancets a04 understood his friends, tliat he.has nadesiffn ,D. M. SHiPII"' h
theLwmidke.tunnish1s&iend1In flnrdaandthat rtMwbere. Standard and ; 4- and Nurse Tubes, &c. the' and has tented the building I AUornay
&U kuinen'raltlld to him In the Court of Appeal in 8chcc4 and Blank Books of every description,;. Lancet Cases leaving 1erritory, In ftfoJnop'. .
."141t tile 0tMttU or tbe MM4le Dirtnet. nr im Uw BnperiorCowrtt Extra fine P n.Kn'vca; An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the. sold by him hr theeDiuiri twelve mo"nUis.n Dccember Ctl". -.- .
: Rogers
of JftckKMi And PrMUUi Coanti i-i Wait Florida wnfOecataraad or.
Tboman CoaiUes, Oeorpa. wiU raeetve. tbe Ink, Quills Paper, Tape,aling-Wax, Shakers among whith are Lemon Balm,Catnip, (her the expectation putting Up.more spnctous Storing &; '
mnipanetud sn4 aniduntu mention. Pocket Globes, for Children,'4'.".c. Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, .Savory, and convenient improvements before The expiration Shipping-of Cot_

_!. *flah..ee,M.y 14. IfOl. The subscriber also informs the public that his CIRTLATIKO Thyme, Cdlcry, fee. of the lease. KERR 4-STURGEs win .ttend t i '',
.DISTRICT OF MIDDLE FLORIDA.. LimiiAKT is now oren, and any one can' become tiiML JUICE and LEMOK STRCP. JOHN, BLAIR ;.PEACHY. Cottrm-they 'wihI"i

: InIhgSuperiorCourt.ItuM. subscriber on complYIDgwith theterms.WILLIAM SPICES ofevery kind-Genuine INDIA Connr.,! St. Marks, Nov. 14th, 1834., 14tf Cotton entrusted to their ,care for ahi

RcTNOLbi, 1 In Assump WILSON. English, French_ nnd Prentis's Soaps and Per '. 'Liberal advances made on Cotton (for New. market in the United States or tll "here".it
versus > November 1st, IBM 12-tf fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- York. J- .B-:P. purchase at either their Stores in: T4U

:N:;ttrnti K.ii BA.RON.hereby>given AltarlimonLOTICE that process .f A tAcb- ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE nard & NOy 'tI celebrated HTPROMETEHS INK and, &c.ht* POWDERTHERMOMETEKS. .. Bargains Bj1iif1ots! 61(Bargains !I Marks ADMINISTRATOR'SALL '- OeL-Ith ..-.. ., .it fJ.-.

meot has been issued in the above stated cause Baltimore NO'I'IC!; f'.t
and made returnable to the next Term of said Court. CASTOR OIL, W0W&, 4 c. I ,E. B; PERKINS. JUST received per brig Gertrude assortment, persons indebted to the tstate'oC
notified for Rheumatism Tallahassee July 9th 1834. [48tf] for sale low fbr cash, a general 'BIRD, are .. 1Ji"
The Defendant and all others concerned, are Also the celebrated RED LnWifiNT"' requests.,* mA.
f the and required to .and 60.ct.!. b of aROCERIES/consistmgof to the subscriber. 'n hoc who ,have
.: r> same, are hereby appear &c. "l6- .t
plead to the deckration filed, in arcorJance with the "JAN-E'S: CARMINATIVE BALSAW,** an excellent 1fedieme SIX months. for from settlement from dale and, I shall apply present to my the Fresh Fb r, (this yenr's crop) said estate, will present !herlfor nJJust-ntnuo _.'
Statute in such case made and provided.JASfES in colic, bowel complaints,'&c. 50 cts. bottle. Hon. County Court of Jackson county, for Letters Bacon nnd Sides, New Orleans Sugar, -- Nov. 3.I4. (rl3-8w: ,. n..PARlS ,

A. BERTHELOT. "Pr.SfousE: INFANT DRors" for bow el com plaints 0 of Dismission ns Administrator of the estate of D.HID Pickled Herring, Rice, Soap, Liquors, <$'C. .
Tallahassee, 2tli October 1834. (l2f) rbtldttn, 25 cts. bottle.
late said deceased.JNO. .
Dr. WEAVER'S ETE SAI.VE 4TE ) 25 cla each. M.: C. ROWELL A m'r.
RENT 1631. Sitf
TO 1st October, [ ] -.
WATER, S 1834. --_ ----*-_ :
June. f47-Gml
A VALUABLE Saw and Grid Po. Itch Ointment, 37 per box. 24th In the County Court of Leon County Florida.

Mill, with other convenient Do. Worm Tea & Salve, 2.> cts. each. fcf- LOOK AT THIS ,ir
Houses, situated for a family, with ninety ncrrs" of, Do. Tooth Ache Props, 25 cts. bottle. EDWARD LOOCKCRMAX, )'

fresh Land, cleared and under rmid fencing Forlorm's -AI.soU n. Assumpsit.

apply to David G.ttaney, Aspatapo; James Tii ROACH & BEn-RuG BANE," which offers an Hew Store Monroe-si. EDWARD tlARKwr.LL, )
the The above of Roaches and UEdefcndent nnd all others concerned herein, :
:J.I. Harris, or auiney, or undersign. effectual means clearinghouses, &c.
1nacitbcd property is-%aud near Apalachicola river, Bcd-Bugs. Nexl door tb R. J. Ilackley's Auction Store. T arc notified that an ATTACHMENT haVbcen sued

' S lI the nelpbOrhoOd-or\s\ft1t Sacherometers, Hydrometers, Sogar Boilers, Thermoi f1 EO. H. LINDENBERGER gives notice, thaxJf out of the Office of thc Clerk of the stud Court, and oTCtZo'U

SAr.IUEL n WILSON. ctcr!i with a general assortment of fresh DRUGS, ho has received per schooner Criterion, of Balti. they arc required to appear ard plead to the dcclojpi-

Oaasdcn county, Nov.85, 1814.-lG-6w_ Sic.just received by E. B. PERKINS, more, a general and complete assortment of GOODS, tion conformably with the statute.EDWARD' .

..Oct., 18M.6m] Druggist. ronsistinsr of Dry Goods, HardwareCh-ira and GlassWare CHANDLER,
For Sale, NOTICE.- Shoes, Hats,Groceries and Provisions,&c. &(. Oct. 18tH 1834.-fawSm- ,. For Pla nti1t 1'
I A good PLANTATION in Gadsdcn I eel great confidence in inviting the attention of the fthrcW

o: County, 13 miles from Tallfthassar., 10 ALL persons are heicby notified, that JOHNSON the under-late citizens and country in general to this establishment, PLANTERS' HOTEL.
Administratrix of DATID Vet
111i es from Quincy, and 1\ mie! from the Ochloclcnten'fcr as I am determined .to make every exertion to supply
of the of Leon, dc-case-1, intends at the next subscriber% taken the PL.\? TF.nS' HOTEL, .
with county with their with ,.
containing 800 acres,700) in cultivation, a all who may favour me custom first ra'tc THE [
of the Court of said informinphis friends INSURAJN'C'T.ic t..lniaeby rrinC\1:
March Term tftUts tins
vertie/il Spring ( ] County such fail opportunity
l.rc commodknis Su r.hol1se-A Jirst rate articles, and at prices as cannot to give per- trc-14.
settle tae! account of her administration, and the that hia will be for their re : tnn!, i
HOUSE on"'pp
County, to all who have public open IItf
Su aiiU Kcttlrs ofIire size, nnd all the ncceS'S.1rppDntus I. feet satisfaction to reasonable expectationsTallahassee. action to the Stihscribcr, n-cntyf the Protection
C.nc- and procure her dismission and discharge as such. 9 1834. ccption on the 1st of March 1 1831.2Srf _
of Su Aug.
f52tf Hartford
"( for UiUins off a lrrcsrnp ar rancc company, Connecticut. !
A large framed Gin.house,first rate nmnil1 -!r.ar"ml Sept. 15, 183' (GlfJ] MARY JOHNSON Adm'x. .KIDDAR MOORE. plication the fair Cash value of the IneTcrr It
NOTICE.ALL property W
n M saw Braintree Gin-A po'nl Hor o Mill. Up- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.T ,T, stated, and satutfactury evidence! furni.hdofthe mut
rvards of 20 good Ncrn Houses,all with plank floors Court I persons concerned, will take notice, that a rcctness the next January term of the County good ,
nnd all Out-Buildings. P"hcl1rr..haser ran has this day been filed in the office of character the
necessary for the County of Gadsdcn, the subscriber will applicant. The solvency of the 0& i 01
the Clerk of the Superior Court of Leon for
Sccd coun'y
IKJ furnished with Petit Cnlph gratis and its fairnessand
punctuality b
&c. the said Court for settlement may "cnn5denuVrtl -
his vouchers to .
15QO bushels Corn and 10,000 Ibs. Fodder, for sale on present the substitution of a Trustee in the place of the heirs lied on. E.U.
l, and thereupon pray to be discharged from the and administratrix of the late John Y. Garcy, to __ PERKL'iS. I
execute -
the place: All of which will be sold extremely w Gilchrist. I' Tn1r.l m of Edmund _
of f the
for cash,-will sell P.r on.h\trt'.mlia! the balance in 1 12 Administratorship estate a trust declared by the late Thomas Heir, by tit I
'months. Those disposed ro pur-haMJ, will do well to June 27,1831. (47-Cm) JAS. M. GILCHRIST"ADMINISTRATOR'S \ deed bearing date 7th September, 1830. to secure the

rill and examine the prem-R-s, which will be shown NOTICE. payment of n debt due to Un tton Emory.."

hy my Overseer on the place, or myself, residing i in 'r the next January term of the County EDWARD CHANDLER,
A Aug. J3 1834. p-cowtf] for Petitioners.CONSUMPTION. I
Quincy, Gu1s1cn coantv ,
lcn I will
of Gad I
Court fur the County presA L
Nov. I. !I14ifl 'Fllfl\IASPLIESTCN..Tn. .
_ _
entrny vouchers, ciU. tome salil Court br Retile- ___ _
FRESH G ROC i' RI f:8. ment; and thereupon, pray to discharged from

TIe subscriber as j-nt received and offers the Ad mi nisi rat;01 ship of the estate of THOMAS S. CURED. .';s- / '= .'

A A BBLS. Flour. Ilxin, late of said county, deceased. DE LA. MONTEHAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE FULL supply of Landrcthi.m* superior garden, I Ist
J> jP 10 do. Iluck-'Whrat, JOSEPH McBRIDE. SPECIFIC. herb and flower secdsjusv. receive l -ml wurent"d

8 do. Wntcr Crackers, _july 1 Ot h, 1834. [4St1UCTION the most valuable remedy ever yctdiscovcrcd for fresh ; by E.B. PERKINS.

25 boxes R'ii- in*, IS cure of COlt:!,, Colds, Consumption, Asthma.' October 20th. I if.HOWARD'S lADE and sold wholesale! and
Spitting of Blood and all diseases of the Breast and .
j Frederick ;
20 do. Cl'pc'o, einnty. M I. by C. He
'. I Lunge. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. It concerned in th Parent with Dr. Jmlkun.
of Groceries for
With < .atm"1t11
an n s ?
composes( the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the Thf above Oiutiwnt ofr. 2dF
red to the .
ale the lowest -! publics
at cw1iE" Lungs, repairs the Appetite,improves the Spirits,etc. TONIC MIXTURE.A '
H. l.tXOl NnEIlGEn.Dcceml.er [ 'ate and certain remedy (orih.!sc ohtin.ite( A>a* ,|
G- -17'( Bill of Directions accompanying each bottle of the FULL supply of this valuable medicine i ii just -- --. Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous manner received. I shall hereafter have it constantly cicncc. '

FLJRID'l.\ F) f'R S. qLE. all the symptoms in their different stages of the disease hand. 1st White Swcllinc-of every cJe rirhon. thId

"IE undersigned '.- vin< purchased of GeneralLaFayeite A SALES. 'hcsubs.ribeth'inglocnPA..tcd and particular directions rcspectingthc treatment while IT IS WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AXD F.TFECTtTALItEMF.DT 2d Sore Ix'g and Ulcers of Ion: sUndin"

T tlirtt vn '.tipof: Und in Froridn( nn. liipi-tclf in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen- using if, together with many well authenticated certificates FOR FEVER. AND AGUE, IF TAKEN AGREEABLETO 3d Schirnisor jl.imlolar Tninoum.. partic.oaT?rTJ I

fed to him ny the Congress of the Unived States, offer eral! rommissiol1J'lsiness,regular sale days, Tuesday of cure, etc. TilE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been circulated tln.e hardened turaonrsin i womenbreastswhichoftcilirm.M
the simc for s.i'.c.This and S.itunhy. In consequence of thcgreatand increasing demand that this mixture cont.iirys arsenic, I am directed by terminate in oleeraN-iI eanrrri.
land i i situ.Ur.l in the immediate neighbour He will also attend toiulministratoramjothcrsalcsiu ) for this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the the Proprietor to say thai these reports arc nun Iy false 4th Felons. or whit lomo pooplt! !:now by tbe naaio

hood of Tallahassee!! rind is bc'wvi'J, for fertility of( the county. ROBERT HACKLEY. price to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling it to come -and I am also authorised to offer a Reward of 10-, Catarrhs of every desertption.r .

Boll, and 1000al tx'h'.vn!.;'i, to be more valuable than Mnrrh 23.1 1831.: 33tf within j.he reach of all persons. 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existence th Rheumatic Pain of the.joint

any other land in tlt* 1' rriIOr! )'. N. B. Instruments of writun! executed with neatness Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anlt-Dyspcptic Pills. of the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, ,Cth Sprains and Cruises of every description otis C

'The Southwestern part of the township adjoins the and--dcspitfh.bv- It. J. HACKLEY. These Pills have been successfully used by thousands or any other poisinous ingredient in it. wr atever {':irt j>itiitc.

rity of TrJluhnssrc. from which point to the shipping AND J I VEIt-COM PLAINT.-- who can testify to their superior efficacy (over In order to prevent imposition from countcrfr no 7th Tetters of nil 'kiri; 'T.<. In this complaint.; the! patent

port rf St. JUirk, .\ dist tnce of n1)ll"cnly miles, BYSPEPSIA Pfaftwor /V.i/iio//>gicoMe-! many other remedies now-in use) for the cure of Dyspepsia persons except authorised agents will be furnished by '. in applying hc ')Ointment HIWR' keep the pau

n rail l road is in contemplation to be made, in a short dicint, who, for scveral has voted his entire in all their complicated forms they givcstrcngth tht Propl'ietorVlth the mixture to scll again. I nIT OUt of W.l'T- (
time. attention to the ircitmcntof year chronic or inveterate diseases in t the debilitated organs of digestion, repair thcappcttitcremoves sole ag'nt for Middle Florida, and 'am assined by M. 8th! Chilblains' or parts n 1f'etcllly fm't. l

The navigation nt the St. Marks river has been rr- has surrc .icd, l hy chemical UJItlr..is and nausea nnd sickness of the stomach, habitual 1 Rownnd that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Eccle?,) It is jilso' OUR of the br st renfdicr Cora.*!)! t :

*cntly inprovcl, in A p.Vmt wiihifl six miles of' the ;in f4)I';tuI-g: a combination from several proximate synthesis -- cotivencs8, hcad-ach, palpitation of the heart not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sild by cnldIt! cusct.. the puln and draws the fire out it s
Bouthea"lern poUt uf th<- \\nshij, which will aflordTuvi vrgeltille prinoi lcs, to which hft has given the and -siany other nervous nflections. They contain no him, to any person in Middle Florida, except to me": ,!hortlimr.. .d
alinn for a cheap and rcitam iransporLiUoii of nlIuteclicin. St/Mnarhicas[ et Hepatic which has Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach! they are a If Jrscnic has been discovered in any mixture called For Inflamed Women's I rpat*, and (Thinhtai
[.rndnce. proved far'moro elficicnt than remedy; heretofore mild and safe cathartic: there is no restriction in dietor RovantSs, it must hare been in some oft'ie spurious imitations. Swellings it i is superior tony rredirinc yel knomtj

This land will !be sold in p' n-cls lo euit those wishing : discovered, ;in ruling those any distressing maladi-is of drink or exposure to wet or cold while using -Jiem. All persons therefore, who wish the genuineTunicMixliife the! medical facnlty- It is mnrh safer than mprrtraf f }

to purchase on n. credit from five to eight ycars, mind and body, which are qcucially comprehcndct': Bill of directions viii accompany each box of Pills, -should! be can tio'js of\.horn they purchase of nny prcpartiun of that material,) b fit reasonable prices -those wishing to purchase will der the sweeping terms Dr-rF.rsiA nnd LIVE CuM-- vrhirh will ftllly explain their cficcts. it: My I.ibel will bo en every bottlesoki by me: not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to

make application to either of the undcrsiencdWILLIAM PLANTS-It is likewise nnahnobt certain cure for enlargcmetit From the well known reputation of tne'c Pills for E: B: PfiRKIXS Sole Agent for Middle Floridj. cold.This
n. NUTTALL, of the SPLEEV. many years, the proprietor (J. BOYD, Philadelphia) Nov 23d 15Lf. Ointment has cured sores of many yean jtaml tl1N
HECTOR W. BRA DEN, Among the of Dyspepsia Livcr-com deems it unnecessary to give any further detail of i.ing.Vhere it i is itnpo-isiMe or imprudent to 'heal! tb
WILLIAM CRAIG. plaints, arc flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach then A ficsh supply has been received, nnd for sale STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE external sore, in coriscqne"nc of the I>orp liecoinia*, 8,

Tallahassee November 23d i333. 5tf melancholy! disagreeable taste intlu by appointment by K. B. PERKINS. TN addition to his old ware-house the cari.'us or rotten it will stop thi! tm. ress of tJlli cancv,|

'*CjThe Sarninnh Georgian, Charleston Mercury, mouth; great irr irritabilitr'appetite, which is some Tallahassee. Nov 23d 15tf JL subscriber has recently erected a spacious build increasetlie qaanlity of( the chlrgc.reUJO'e tfic.rffousivo .

tfl'fgtuta Conttltu'ionlisl, Sonthern Recorder, Millcdgvill *.- times voracious a nrt .Uo;her times gicatlv deficient j Sac, Crtm( Bagging Bale Rapt and Ticine. ng 80 by 28 feet, for receiving cotton and jjooijs. ,much nnd t't"e the pain. LiI
t ', Georgia; Jiic'i rond! Kn')nircrnniStar, Raleigh thirst, fetid breath! nnitscn, weakness of the stomach KERR fc STURGES TIMOTHY 'CAUTY.. it cures the worst Ft-loiis Whitlows on ::111 application .
N. C.; will puhlith the" ahm-r! frcgi1twecksand for- and crurtations, palpitation,drowsiness irregularity OFFER FOR SALE, St. Marks, ccmher27thI831.. ltf I of 4? lours.Uheumalisrnt .

Tfftid their ncco'iiits. t'> this am, of the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals U OO SACKS Liverpool.Ground Salt, in ._____ w.'iich have stool mt long ato become b
IJiS } F. ANf CO.\fMISSION BUSI- pain i in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of order ; ," : ROW A 'S TUNIC ::.litUiiL a syri'unmtic disorder. requite. if'ine to betaken 6\
WARE i mind, atle.ndeo with the loss of memory, a gnawing 150 pieces 42 inch Dundee Bagging \ a perfect t'wi\ l Listing \v.u ly to remove them ..ruirt-iy. i Hut in m common
subscriber, having associated themselves, ctl. I ;in the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection ofsinht 100 coils Bale Uope' L... cure for the Fever and Agizr. For sale ca f's by applying this Oi.-.fuiciit! externally as direct
and hearing l wcakncm j in ttholrsale and retail, it will give relief And! even in oM people, wh
:, pain nn< the lack 250 Ibs. best !i by FLKTCflEIl!
:under the stile an-1 film of FORD & OtN', English Baleing Twine.
tr.nslrtinrturral languor, disturbed shp, cold feet and hands, trrmor Tallahassee & WESTCOTT, pn-ggwf. ,-Jpa.Tii- piin.'hivc: been .of longer stainfiaz it will eas tie
W1RE HOUSE uadCOM.i1USIO.N' 23d -
Ang. 1834.
purpose uneasiness it the throat in [2tfJ cola, Florida pjin.
caugh, pain the tide ui .
1l. .
i"f at
Jpalachicola. Having breast, &c. ( I !hereby appl'1int1css.. Fletcher and To sea captains and masters of \'-,>I*this ointment ,
the made Htabl, arfangrmcnts with several vessels for : The above maladies lead to organic affections of tin FOR SALE :; \V( .''r.ltt my ('nLsforthe! C"lle of- Row- I must he very valuable! in winter on oar coa-t1t' beiD
of Cotton &c. cither New
diffct New transportation Orleans and to stomach, liver, and heart,terminating m DropsyCon O<1XD; PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING l-lbs .4 mPs Tonic Mixture" in the Territor verv certain in its eti'ecs on Chl! >>ains or paris atTedsI
Yorc) or having facilities at nJlliro
within their po-ver; to make reasonable advances sumption, Apoplexy,&c.according to the climate,hab to the yard.-And (8JXJ( COILS BALE I HOPE, of c )f Florida! Eastern part.of Alabama, & : with frost likewise pros ves its qnahtwrf! i inmates audi

LIon prodr.cc concignrt i to their care and its, age, sex, ami temperament of the patient. best quality, are daily expected by the Subscriberper Wcsurn '.art of Georgia ; ivho are il.le to furnishthe .. .,.
they would rcspoc fully tender their services management and solicit ; Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., AliUedgtvillc Brig Tallahassee. said in ,lieiucs to all who may apply to them on A largo mass of teatiuionv proving the value of tftit:
I Inventor and sole Planters and Merchants most fxcetteivl medicine will I bc/ hewiu those W.11I,
a liberal patronage in the above line of business, proprietor. can be supplied on the as favouiable terms as they can obtain from the pro 'to I
pledging their personal and individual attention to all Testimonials.-Numerous certificates might be ad most accommodating terms, payable in Co-ton &c. piictor himself. Signed, wish.fUI.tvir iun>rniali
business*consigned to them, cither for sale or other- duced relative to the extraordinary cures pcrformcc JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. "JNO. n. RU\V AND." lotto or to any of his authorized agents.Tho .
vise. by ustng these medicines; but the following are thought St. Marks, Sept. 5th, 1831. "Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833." 21tf above medicine sold i 0)' jrpcial appointment w, (

Their Ware Houses and Close Stores are undergoing sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical: NOTICE.months the Patentee and warranted eonninc.C. J
a thorough repair, will be Urge and ,commodious From Dr. James Ewe, .iulhor of the Medical Companion NEW STORE. PKKKINtf.
thuited in desirable of the '4 IX from the date hereof, I shall apply for HE subscriber is about Tallahassee, February 121th 1831. .2nt.
part town, and as exempt i or Family Physician.NEWORLEANS Letters of Dismission T to establish himself permanently -
from the dangers of fire ns any other house,of a Pec. 20th 1831. on the of Samuel, from the Administration in Tallahassee as a Merchant, and TO TilE ASTHMA AND! CtNilT.S1I'TtY
similar character, on tho Point. I To whom it may concern.-This is to certify, that 1 Gadaden estate C.Gairctt deceased late of will open for sale in a few days, nt his store op most prevalent and fatal! of all Dfceases iaci
WM.P. FORD.(late of Augusta Ga.) have witnessed tile operation of Dr. Peter's Jledieina June 27th county.H4. H. DUPONT, Adm'r. posite ,the Office of the Floridian, a small assortment THE to civilized society-ihe! Consomp/wa-d)1J

EDWD.J. HlUt IN, (ApaFachieola.) / t1lcr- Hepatic in a number of very obstinate [46-6rn.J] of Hals, Clothing. Shoes, Brushes, 'V"ooden\vnre, generally traced t .tho least Alannin;'ofdii[ nfc!s-
Jl J P UrXvoi t Pl! ?P JL P! o Cf,-*j?**near*- 4F%|t2mtm, amiin VM JL fy Dyspeptic and Liver-aficctions,of long standing,like LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA. Tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hardware and a slight but neglected cold ily estimation .it'sppelfl
Morgan, J. S: Calktnt M.! W. Perry, If Co. T. Jtf. several of the of Cutlery, Sugar Cane Knives tJut;
4- wise cases enlargements tho: pleen ; In the County Court of said Agricultural Implements one hundred and fifty thoa-and penioMaie a1
BRit.' 8f Co., ir,Uffcfc Greenwood, 4* Co.,-Columbus. and its affects were truly tonIshing. I have no hesitation County. Rope and small Cordage,'Kitchen and House. Iy of the consumption. Most of these .dreAMal rzS5l'

Bertrt 4* Kneeland, Jos. Hamilton & Son,John R. in declaring it the most valuable preparation James Edwin Stewart, ) l keeping Utensils, Carpenter's, Cooper's, and Smith's: may be ,attributed to common cqld, and a Jlet' .
'n.--New-York. for those distressing ailments that has vs. \ Attachment. Tools of all kinds 'Nail Brass Goods Locks wf*
ever come with Bolts, treatment of the rrassing.cough thai g8 crally, '
i:. IT. Oref>try, Hogan & l1atolh ml.-N. Orleans. in knowledge. JAMES E\VELL M. D. Barnwell. ) Axes PocketBooks,.fimiJT-boxcs, and Fancy Goods, which is usually IttUuwetby difficalt Lrcatkiog.P!

8'Job tf'Leceeats,T. fF.VcCoy.--MobiIe.- Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1834. THE Defendant others concerned, arc notified which he is disposed to sell on reasonable terms, and iu the side and Bt last UlceratcU 'Luu'!.. !eD4lid: '
4 Au!. 17. 18SS. I if The undersigned can bear testimony to the superior the issuing of said Attachment, and tire required respectfully requests an cxonr.ination of his Goods. repeated Asthmatic attacks, aUo! bring Oil Con .

(t> NOTICE! I efficacy Dr. Peter's Modicina; Stomachic et Ho- to plead to the. Declaration conformably with GEORGE ,LANA1AN. symptoms. One or two dollars expended in aJ1&P''
the patcie in thaJtuHbtDylpeptia and Liver Comnlaina the statute. EDWARD CHANDLER, : Tallahassee, Nov. 1st, 183 1. (12-3oi) cin.te of' ,
Term of
AT next and July vouchers H G&dsdcn Nay W.county TODD,, administrator the from personal $erfcnc .* WM.'G. 1OHNSO.Dr. ., Oct. iBt, 1831. ((8-3m) For Plaintiff. N. B.-Wanted to- purchase a likely, NEGRO Box, "*>. RELFfi's ASTrl MATIC Pius, ,

of JotiM [L TODD, deceased, lauc of Gads- P's Mcdicinae Stomacliics Hepatite are putup* NOTICE. about 12 or 14 years ofae.ADMINISTRATOR'S: and a little attention to tjieir timely admlnwttatioluraally "

\ den county, w-II be presented to said Court for a final in parcel* wi'h full directions for using. From one Bubtcriber returns his thanks to the public. NOTICE ensato' a tnitigatron these dispnlersi; "
: settlement on the part of said administrator. Ax thetamo I The to three parcels is will be necessary to complete a cure. the liberal encouragement he has received AT' the next term of the County Court'of Leon crally effect caroL The Pills are also an 'elJI1 "'. 1

time, the said administrator will apply to said A price $5 a parcel.of the above since he lias been in this place, and solicits n continuance : ,.we will apply for Letters t>f' Dismission fectual remedy for the symptoms preeeedipga id:
quantity valuabk I
Court for a discharge from his Adminjstratorship as great very preparations of their from tbs for'
Administration the
I" will be patronage. Just received per schr. Delta, of the estate of Henry B,Fitts, panying Asthma and Consumption ..
afcwsaid. JOHN J. ADAMS, kept.constantly ft. on hand by > direct from New York,general assortment of Wool deceased; late of said county. Coughs,.dilficulty of.Breathing, tightness and)% i ,
B. -
J Att'y for H..W. Todd, Administrator, 4-c. PERKINS,Tallahassee, len, Staple and Fancy GOODS, Shoes, Hats, Hollowware LlMUELBfttCE, across the chest Wheezing, pain in be .i Who is authorised
to dispose of than either
Xmncyfov. 3d, 1834. [13 6mJ) at wholesale "
I retail Cutlery, and IronmongerCrockery, 4-c. consisting ELIZA ANN Da.VCE., of blood, &c. Few cases can occur ofa7 .
or on as reasonable terms as they can be of blue, black and brown Cloths Ta1lahassceJ8thSept. 'l Iass of disorders in which the D41 idff'
JDMIMSTIMTOU'S NOTICe Obtained of,the proprietor. Also by ; blue, black, 1834. ((6tf) 'purchajjcroPills .r'
demands! drab and grey double milled Cassimeres; Cassinets will. not find a rich return.for the* triflbg c1'.
persons dating against the .
ALL estate of Doct's. HOLMES St WILLIAMS, Cambellton, & and Sattinets ADMINISTRATOR'S ,NOTICE.LL -- t
English French and .,_
; ,
AmcrieotitXMnts ,
Florida deceased'late Gadsdcn Co.. Mr. HALSLCT, Druggist, Appalachicola.: black Lustring and Fancy Silks an ,tee notified to present them duly nutheniica I. JOS. PRIESTLEY PETERS. 4. PILATIAR WUITEHCRST the L dies KI: I
do Nap, &c. Jackonct Swiss and deceased late of Leon .
todwilbtn, the time ; Mull Misslins ,
k for ever barred and prescrllxsd"nil those that 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'preseiitUierailiily: authenticated White and sound Teeth, aro both ua ons iid', .
above estate ; are indebted to tho' futvcbcca. cither entirely cured or greatly; benefited Cotton Bagging nnd Kegro Cloths a general ; within the time piescribed by lawor they blest,. Tho be.1 security;foe their dT4B 'rs
Are ; assortment -
requested to come ftrward, within the last twelve months by the will be forever > l. All found in thcfw"o the il .
.: makej'Ayment'onl\r by the first day of use of Dr. Pe- of Shoes; a variety of Crockery Ware, Hollow persons indebted to'said : \ I
MARTHA McGRIFF, fministn.tnr.January next.' .ters' Medicinal Sloraachioc" ct llopaiioc within the Ware! Cutlery, Hats, &. Also Cognac Brandy, estate. aie requested make immediate nirmeiit. BRITISH.l "l"l'ISE.rTICDENTIFllJi ,

;. A.QQU8TUS H. LAMER Administrator. date Georgia. 1 Holland-Gin; Sicily, Sherry,Portand Claret Wines; SARAH WIIlTEHUR8T-MM; TUw elegant. Tooth P r, .with a"1'1iS ti
Mrs. Abner Mr. J.u..S LUIM
qotntIiere.iH.rl4trl| IIICKL Wilkinson. with many other articles too tedious to mention. Purchasers la my authorised agent. oredicates.tKe scurvy in.thagunu aadprevcuinabtion i $ i
Mr: Capt Jams Willis '? Nov.'1. [I2tfJ SARAH
; arc invited to call and examine for themselves. WHITMCRST.NOTXCJS ,orTarter Whwhnot onty .b .
; : .:'S tQ, THE .PUBLIC.HE Col. W ru. F. Bond, do. ,'- ..I' 'AL&X'S. POP 'DUVAL5 "-. -' looseuithe' teeth,'and'<- t.D s cceieratcs v\ theitdCPt' :., .

MJotringCertitcalo from R.A.Greene,Esq. Wayne W,Eejandi,Esq. Laureiij. Tallahassee Nov.4 1833.., [I3tf| :7 ., Dentrifi:e\ uiero'iiithi'prevauIiaive 'c g .. -
JHLgecwttry to hiExcehlcncy'Wjhljam Lumpkin\ Bryan Allen, Esq.: .do. NATHANIEL A .ItL .bo .int ted..c ill "e qtice.t.ha d'o breath. erv i thelienldJine"and diIdJtIio -:1'
Esq. Gortmarjof lh JState of Ge aria. Ufor the ben.I Col.John W. Porter, Morgan. TCKHEB. 1 1 ,1)Inbsu ben have'filed In tlie'Clerk', Oca'o(ta gam and render the teeth-beautiful/wort* ?4

4 4 r eitof ttosa dUcted with Sanford Chapman! Esq. Jones. f .EDMUND"VI. ., Auachment.-Iq Superior! county ofJefferonPIorida&pj; i* *W r4i divIsion Price SO cenU.'T j,' ,1I..T1
oo"D Y 8Pr i. ., Alexander EQ- Washington.Green. .' WitUAM SMART' and t Court, non ,Count*. ,.of.tho estate of Is u.- hu..kt ltu'of'said 'ebUnty, Price-whole'o8Ir.30 Ejlb, ,1. dat.bI.J! Ma _
dd1eDi3trjCI'IQrd. ,
1 WA serrwrt girl or tome,who kud for eenral yean Cot Geo. GMa\b. ".,. .. 34 : .. 'dcejeascd,and vill on fha SOti day,of.Dccemb ,- ,. ,12 Pill ;-50'Uts. v .'' -. J

fevdtei&r a,Dmtf&vid 1 fur Jtfcttb*;*ui* :' = DflWT8TRATQlVa ,XO TICE. THE defendant' **rid,aU'oUien persons interested,' I,'move the Judge sSid Court aPpOjUt'OUsPsiSSO.mL.eTiilMdetadd orNone are genuine anlesahal&ha&ee 'tii'td ott theprpte4 =
IMd red noty that suit $as been instituted .partiuon" said Estate
"_ Sfe bri.nertberrd pfMrcriT 'tic rp.rJ.
.. jLtpcrin4Lndebted',to the 'esta.te.of BRKJ.L OF Above, returnable l -- ,, wrapper,4bytheaobe.mmediazo '
i4V'h r was saorcufullvr Nov. Term"of,.said. Court, 1834: Uie claims of the Petitioners. -** CoW47.AFisaldust
treated ty : auec0 th late JJr\Y. .
',' & .are requested to nuke immediate ; The Defendants ,t
ii tf W "Vhorai payment required to appear and'p1edto Crawford Webb t ': 'l '
& MilJed-eTUIe) and ,tho 'h&rinjrldemahds: against saJd .the declaration therein ) a '' 'his Counting Ro I'Q; dyor ?"o"1.
.estate tiled 'nccordin* tho !'
1i"oiIi t."l .jpuntJ.D. j 'will render them'iri.dtdy L1ieutl&, *, in such caitfy. ,* ; r .WiWmIL'Loc-' > PcUUoncrs-b7: fynw'JBBcxsrUEfflgB'rr, f Street Dear co cert Hall Boston.sncaluOtt'

;: 4Me 4* J gcvUIeGe6. 71 'i ; i j>. I. 'f WILLIAM.1.JlH OES, Adm'r. ,, GEo'y..''WARNER/ to;Pi'it (hertes- 'iudes.S- : ;cAApttue4tp by .E.. II.I .J.ERl1. 't .j.'fIU'I.
M ? o'. 1Kb last !.8wWi .-
". } ( Ihe.WUl equwxod.> November 17U, 1634. a5lf '.1 J Jl .1
MonticU '
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