The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 3, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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'lOS. M. WHJTE, as a Ctndidate Tlm.1NJ'bftALMAKKIAGE. '. '. .

the Territory of Florida in the 24th FL.- (Egcuact; ;from b8 contkuttion of{jD9ttwm: '.," !

United State M! MarrkrtiJi the Octobw camber
of the 'of&*'1..oI .
Q don New Mantikly H&guine. ; % ._
Colonel!JAMGAp3DNac&ndidathtorepseaent _
announce '
HL tuthonxd -
the let : Elymns confuted of.., few to mJ' _

United : beatified mortals, the only occupation of wbboezistaace ,

irlxld&Inthf, Jwv7tbl33.- -,9_- -- -- uLAIBSE ,NOUS FAIRE." was enjoyment; tbe rest of jhs pop

thoriied to announce Maj.WILLIAM m m -- 1 ulation comprising some millions of Gq ae

.w'vATT' a candidate to represent the ten' : Q : UA&1 U 4UBtt fh a't1 q7L ,89.Q' aud Sylphs, who did, nothing but work, _

tJ *,in tU 84th Confess of the United -J_ ._ .' ensured by their labor the felicity ef the 1iPe.
BBV S-B3B!--- -.LPlantation
July 7lh t8S3. 50tf NOTICE. ,>B9BiBI 9BBBHBS399Q J.L rior
XL, UNEQUALLED class. Every Elysian, male or (female :
.4 persons are caution '
JTrt authorised W announce WILLIAM B. against trading for a. and Negroes,for Sake possessed
urtain a magnificent
I. Promisory Note of hand given by tbe ,. HOBBY, 4c. very palace in tho ci

}tfffHLL i as. the a candidate 24tb Songrnss to rcprrscntbe o( the: Uni- sub6cnber, for Five Hundred Dollars and made pay. Baltimore subscriber being willing ty, and a very large pavilion on the plain, these -
Florida, able to John G.
or bearer. Said Managerie mThe with due
rw 1833 Stf'ogcAR note was gi- of his estate on reasonable terms, a proportion chariots horses, and '
ven someunfe
: made about the 28th of February last, and As DJ his well known PLAXTATI ox, slaves,. cohstituted a pioper establishment.
'VHIT payable on the first day of January next. The consisting of twelve hundred acres wore or lots, The I -
to. and the
contiderauon for which said nute CIRCUS. t ther with SIITT Sylphs Gnomes were either .
was given, having NICROES less. r
LAW in the Courts of MidS ,more or The land is : (
lti PRACTICE entirely failed ; I am determined canebrake scattered about the country which
not to pay it flhless hammock or bottom they cuItit I
lying t
Florid Jackson County allabassee.and the Cour compelled by law. hu THIS splendid attention establishment to the learned is and worthy curious.of part undivided body upon the Chipola, river in, seven a letel miles and vated, or lived in the city, .where they kept' I I

It i. coOFFICE, JOII X PIGG. The proprietors above Marianna six hundred aires of which are tin shops, where they emulated each other in displaying
'l most
NOT. 24 inform the
U.I 1 S34. lSLf. respectfully citid er the highest'
r49. mark I _
ISS4. state cultivation it is .
Ii of Tallahassee ; free and easily
zcas and ill in the moat ingenious articles
J vicinity that of *
S general, tillable, and well suited luxury :? .
to the .
i of
growth \
J A. BERTHELOT NOTICE their Company will arrive atvthis place on Monday and cotton. The sugar cane and convenience for the e't1Jovment.and .
iiES improvements accommodation
complete .
ITS hereby the 12th of are f'
given that 1 .hall : day January 183a and remain for few con
apply to the sisting of
AND ATTORNEY AT LAW ) Judge of a range buildings two hundred and fifteen of the Elysians. The townspeople ; ..
/COtiNtLLOR vtbtP of Hamilton I days only. The proprietors feel great confidence in feet in _
Court of anty5urt County, six saying that have the length, intended and well suited to the manu indeed rather '.- ted to '!fooli
;I II practice in the Appeals'-The for Letten of Adminiatratin the | they most"extensive and choice facture of down :Ii
rfTLL on to 'it-A
sugar, _
If, Superior Courts of Leon, Gads en, Md Jark- Estate of Witi.iAMUNDEawt, late ol said County collection of Wild Amn\al ever exhibited in this coun a boiling room, furnished with grinding or mill room- upon tho simpleminded .itgrkulturists ; but if
two of
of Florida nud in the Superior0fThnmas& dt'ccued. this the 6th try. Theyjhavespaired no pains nor in sets -a these
the Territory ; day of December 1834. expenses fitting cooling room or of brick t occasionally felt a Ihilu mortification inconsequence
In i and
II Dcratur count Irs, of the Routh.jJidB.1 JAS. DUNCAN. up their establishment, ar.d pledge themselves, that 11 in the best purgery a disti1leryaU -
Dcr. ftuoo shall be conducted in order. Also, a new gin-house and thc.y might, h ve consoled had
circuit of the Stated gia. Residence: (fJ7-6] a respectable and orderly mans of the best
.i lumber 23d 183t.: 15tf ner, and every exertion used to render it worthy of grist mill of structure, for the cotton crop-a they been aware that th brethren and sisters
sstt. cast
PROCLAMATION.ICE0RQE gear, and worked by horse
public power- who in the
patronage. Negro houses all were service Elyaiana i avenged
,I framed with brick chimneys and
JOON j. ADAMS., K. WAKKEH, The .Man.g rit eimsists of the fMovsing .Jnimalt. plank floors-dwelling house kitchen, stables;&c. of their insults : for the latter were the finest

(..1TTOR.VEr /.?ir,) Secretary Iud Acting Florida Governor of the Territory of The Male ELEPHANT TIMOUR, from the best and most convenient design and frame. The Gnomes and Sylphs immnginable, and
rtmorttl frm Quincy to A npalachicoli,} .0 )liebieelarc and make known, that on the Africa. The performance of this animal can- plantation valuable : stocked with a good supply of large and scarcely denned to notico any one who was
1 i HIS attend the Courts held the JJ uot be if mules, oxen, cows, 4c. in good condition.
1;? will rrculnrly at twenty-fifth of OctobcrV, at f n Election held surpast, equalled. Vast of the Negroes in trade.- Whethnr there were anV coin or
and MViann.i: anJ ike anmril term in tlCIY are able bodied men. It is not
iiQ.ui'ir) ; vV of Leon JOHN O. EDWARDS The Male 'A'lrTEL from
was Snn-rna-the intended i to othercirculating .current
> .. the Jrncdium m"Elysium
ihe ourt nf Appeals nl.I ral1d1:1: : ? ,(c. Letters adwill jaly elc-tA = lernber of the next Legislative Coun- largest ever m America. exaggerate advantages of lips or to -
1Al1Iijt,post j>af rf, ho attended to.FtJrulrr cil 1 for aid County, tQ supply the occasioned Tho Asiatic disparage the claim of other estates in suggesting M a point respectlr.i; which I must confess I
vacancy LION PIZARRO that there i is in
,I 7th. J81-1. [:6fJg.MLIN l hy the vih; of Nathan Byrd, Esq.GIVEN -the largest not Florida, a plantation of better p<. ltion have not sufficient information to decide t""buf
1 ever exhibited in this quality and
; untry. At 2 o'clock each improvements than the above. I '
A CAKI I under my hand at '1 allahnssee, this 21st day, the keeper will enter with the Lion and wanton will dispose of the above described property to any if i so, it ertainly would appear that all money-

V. day November, 1834. I ly and fearlessly: cr.astisc him. r i individual:, or should it be desired, I would sell the transactions were confined to the Gnomes and
,. ] GEO. K. WALKER. A female l land separately, and make it
,. LEOPARD-one of the most I to the purchaser a great Svipta, for the Elysians certainly neyefc

.' rrDl.wr 'T 7-7.T .7P.2LJC///COL.7, I7n.fl'fll PROCLAMATION. bcuutiful' animals of the cat 8pecles-no\v 11 years bargain.December 20.-19-4w ISAAC FORT I paM l 1m any tiling. Perhaps this exemption

attend tftln. him with ii.ilnsmmttuilitV. BJ o.d. mi/jht have been their .
8. Dfc. list Ifltf GfORGE WALKER.. A l full grown gpotted TIGER. iizr: The Augusta Chronicle will publish the:111"0 among peculiar privileges i1

, Srifrt-lVr.NCllAHlES .ind JAS. D. WEST- Secretary and Jlcling Governcr of Flori&a. A Mule Kangaroo from .N ew Hollandonc .- four weeks and forward his account* to this offi'v '">r and was a subsfttuto for what we, .c TtEflITa I

.. !\r.1T1'.. -Tr... H: i i;"" s I DO Iiertby dff Un; and make known, that on the of the most Singular animals'ever! exhibited. payment. c: converiem-e of which the ancients

. I-.: --- first Monday in September last the foil vins: in- The striped or untamable HYENA EXECUTOR' NOTICE. ul'p| | (::r Io liave hnd u very limited conception.
The Quincy Sac:. diviJSuiN were clccicd} Members of the next Legislative Et be sold The ittv 'iiti n by Jupiter! (if im aristocratic
iopia. on Monday the 26th d
Council of J
WILL xnua-
as luu tern !legally certified \y
Nthan Brrd :11111 to rue. A B'mck BEAR from Put-in-Bay Island. : at public out-cry, on the pl'c'li"t's. th'' i nim'rLdtt! %'. a a rC\\:1? t lor a well spent life

i For tLc COLUty ofLeon, IIc"tQr 'V. Bradeu, The North American PANTHER. following TRATT OF LAND, cnl1i tin! ofth Eu.-.t half oa t-arsh, t'j>pears tu ;niv lo irive been a verymxenioti.s i
J of f the S.
.Tcfitron James L. E. quartcr of section 8, and the west idfnf: idea. It rt-a.lv i is wnrd
'E Pnrisli ; The Nine Banded ARMADILLA. of section 9 : a r': very
in Township
oy range one, und E.
Mnsquito' Chars DJ'vnin sliniiilative' : of JjeVorn
; The BADGER from I"moise-one of the being the real estate of DAVIS FLOYD, deccared, good conduct we shuffle
< 1ianultonViUi.itn[ 4. Hunter; sold by permission of the tH1I11 niT th,; 11ort:11! coif, atnJ
ton \
.1 UilLs.nrouih I ; Sinvif-1!Mitchell Stansbury; The black WOLF-Tho CATAM.UNDA C) A life-estate in one hundred acres of wluei'; uith the dcmocrar-y of the damned. The

I IL .' 4' Colombia, R..bort Drown.A ; -the Red"aifd Grey ICHNEUMANS, ( l lard f for her has dower been assigned and the tu tract the is widow sold subject of sai.l to dpee-"d that I ia'hbinnj, with 1 a splendid l'J'I'ate.; n teemings.iil

I G IHl1tkr my band Tallahassee, this 21st Tho EMEW, from New South \Vaes! on- ; s vation. Terrn-j Cash. ro- nod a nation ou purpose tu wait upon

day of Nu vernier! 1831.flGif ly nine months old, and nearly seven feet high.A HEN ClI AIRES. Ex'r. lcinof! four.-se ( nj ))cd the-'.selves very much. .

." Races o\'rr U." G all<\1 n Course at Quincy, ] GEO. 1C WALKER. large white' S\r \.-otic of the most i BETSEY FLOYD, Ex'trix.11ti Tin arts fFtiii.bd, tho theatres paid and

. rominci'<.e on W:dnes\l.y the 7lh day of A. beautiful birds of the feathered i December, 1S.>I [2Qids]
..; jjB3Jand cvntiiwe four days.JstD PIER .ON tt CO.JI'Tercha2zt race. they hu! a much finer opera than at Ephesus : -
And a great variety of APES, MONKEYS, '
NOTICE.A or at HMlicBrna.s Their
.'sPur&c $209 -Smile heats-Entrance $20 r. l'ookeryVas so
tH\3y'sPurse SJZiO--t! mile 5).cxtc, bcit 3 in 5- BABBOONS, &c. Dandy Jack, and his PPLICATIOX will made at the nxt Mares ri'JJncd thr.t one of the l.';wt sentimental ceremonies -

. EItl'3ncc.: 20 ponoy, will go through with their performance 5L Term of ih.* County Court for Leiffl county for in the world, was not only deprived of
, consist of Entrance !\ each a settlement of all!! the accounts of the Estate of DAMS
}1!Vty's Purse tu t he "oneyoftlic day.The nil its
but convertedinto
FLOYD, deceased of which gross ne.ss, warlctnnUy
first and FccouJ days-1 uulc hc.xts uoovc Animals will bs exhibited hour concerned will take due
one and
n tic. BSN CHAIRES. Ex'r. aa ele :Ult atnu--t-nient. and so famous
En-rnrr Ij then the Pcrt'ormAncc of the celebrated Equestrians
MhD.'y's: Purse In consist t lie Eiit ranee AloipyI with their usual :n1 unusual impossibilities at their BETSEFLOYD, Ex'trix, that their artists were even required at Olym

I of ilitliiii! and (.nrlh II ys-1' .rnLV:: oniti'myre I JH Tailors, I heels and with their peculiar servant of the public, trill 19th December, 1634. [19tdslNOTICE. pU3. If thuir dinnRM wero admirable, which:

;(; give a bold & m:: n.\iiimous display of'.heir superiority is rare, their us-jembHea were amusing, which
ADitri."str!! )iic nv cUkof! the Cay previous to t'uut of Equestrians arc oclccicd from the best ALL persons having claims against: the estate or] still moro uncommon.
running: companies now F. YOKGB
TALLAHASSEE. 4 t i1"OItII travelling.Mu. late of Gadsden county, are J All the art society were carried to per'.
A. J. FORM \N. S'rv hereby notified to present them properly authenticated ,
OfGuk! hn Jrv.Ucy Club. MADIGIN, Mons. LAMOTT, without delay to the Executors: And In- fection in Elysiuui, a dull thing! was_never said

CUr'-; ... .'. v23, 534. t JH-J1.--J j CARROL, I Masters McCi.oct dcbted to the estate rcaucstcd /pake persons immediate n.. -..uiaratflingever, done. TTie Elysians -

I Joirssox, QUAVAN, &; payment JWfiK W. MilLU. > \ Executors indeed, beine highly 'ctizwd and gifted
Riding: Blaster, Mr. COOL. T. J. KE :AN for
thr.y compii$ in their order
THE RACES \Laze from the Boston Circus.) Quincy, De-. 4th. HB4./ 18 8w the very'crc.itn

*ht-- M.-.n inn.-, Course, -will c-'tnc oft on I Clovvp, Mr. CnEIGRTo, terrestrial society, were naturally avery

OYE'J:: ".!..y tit! 2r-ib (January next, inx! coi.liaucf.w .- : : Who h i,,. v rformed all the principal Cities in America tP vth universal .
; jvvVi'f applause.The nppreciatin kind excellence.
I II Ir J lq".1" -' ".' .:":/ '.. -i,: __c 2 nrnir.inec..r i p4r.r:1nec: nf the Circus will commence with THE DECLARATION.Th t If Onmnoor every
II 1..111, ,' ) ..)11--', \ i. :. : -;z.. ::.' (1.J running vmdti"* :>y 'he whole Company.Iiorscrr.anRb t n n Sylph, therefore. in any way
I 2,!j"i.i. ;; :-- f. 4 I:1"11 I >ti i i.'y Mr- MADIOAK, lady sat within her bower, (htguishcxl thl"Ll1-eh'r.s-if they sanz veiy

.. I.. .. The darn Ilo.-.scman: who will hhMtonisnini Where trelissed vines hung o'er her, t well acted all
:, : --t.' -1'.1.' : : :: ; go through very wt-j, orifthey were at
With: flashing C e and burning check
T:' :-. '. '' iV.-iti! th-tt I ; HP.-.t )pleasin<; performance on his'horse at } f -
rr."I::: \ : ? : ; :t.ifh p.'r O1n.11c Down knelt her fond crair.or.t; for any of tha juther arts of amuse -
epcr r.if. ; :.: ,; w i iJ!l h.T L l\C tlih; 's The Ileighl lUlipfJ1Sablc.. full SJK- sjiflut ;u ;: ah indeed if ihc devils do
"titcs1i&tr.-v.v! ; 1. Rmuid the che.-t iud.r .'jdt. Growzd'and He took her soft white hand, and in ; mcLt- poor. could _
: : oxti r'iivc prc'vir.ti i; ? nrcacm1uSIe uia- Lofty Tumbling
In1'1 2. Do. \V zt3t. "Her bright eye fondly gazing, i uoihiug betu-r ilinn vMilu( a poem''or' a novel),
Oiascvho: in ;y C\\'U'lr us "Siil; ) :1. bar-lc-scam hoW and knuckle By the Company.Horsemanship Ror.gh't for a look, to show that he :
thclr 'otnra n V. 'tI)1fl to : joint.C. I thy v.cic sure to be noticed by tbe/EIysians'
by Mr. CAnnoL J An name was _
equal .
1.;:1 .I li nt L,>' !, Uic C nh vriUbn govcrr.cd hy the Iti'inul the iligh. raising; j who bowed tburn by _
I 5. From the to t'lfln"le. The unlrt;>id Horspnitn.-Dunn;his pn fvirmince Yet still her ryes were turned away : ahv.-iys to a-j they passed
> bip-juint
>ff Mmktf Uuir All i'urics 1:1"-: ? nude io tliC: i he will ihi-'y a forward Somerset atd li'!lit on hi: And as hi* heart waxed bolder.'An.l i and sometimes indeed ''even.admUted, them 111' _____
By t'ie above scne of mc's'-iromcnl. gentlemen nt a I --'
e(1 9o'dorl. P. 1.
1.Ur by f.ln JC! d.-v ji.-Ariuus to devoured her
hrsc at i'uli speed.Horseaianship. he Jilly hand, '
; their circles.i .
Uiwinin dicinnei.; may br enabled! to ftrrwarl tlieir! measures, j to -
JAS J. .
IM'i'TM. \:, SccVy. The look colder.
: Mr. JOUXSOK lady's
I grew .
'rJ:1ilil;,Flo. 15th Dec.31. } !3-0.v J Jadiliou Wic! it \%'vsliv!r ,"' with pror.iif nicntioiYT I IJ The edo 'I \cd: perfonnsr on two horses, late from i. Nr-vcr, ''ipparsntiy, were peoplo the samd .

to the"c> of FALL = --- the New Yo-k Circus, And then he swore by all the stars, time i'> ;:ijrtc'dl_ S" o'>:Jiixing; and so polished :
nntr assortment ,
1\GOODS the subscriber! : I NEW GOODS We deem it unnecessary to give a fnlllist of the That in the*ky were shining i i For, in ..it!t they si.1 micl did might be deteo ;
ijis received
just pir the will each; By all the verdant vines that o'er >
perf:>r-m >--mt pcr'fornunce change
ted Ur.iS Jiir of wntchpervaiLvs
Lrlt Rase the AND : ju'cnliar: high-broediag
following: which will! Evening.Comic. Her gntlc bower were tni- : -

s4iUluv f.lf C'l fl\'l7.: t 1J m 43J I1QNJ e Songs, By the Clown. By mountains, valleys, seas and strcaas, tho whole conduct existence, with

2)0 liR fiesli suji-rfune Flour, 1{ A. PIBI13ON:: awould respectfully in- There wiij !he soau fitted on an iiiijirovcd) plan And Hy the moon above her, a certain iinkfcrihiej: p Kil ofcalrness, so that

200) s.icks grnand Alum Salt, ,If f-t'-m their cusU'Uii'is md tbc publick gene for the accommodation of Ladies and licnilnnen, And ever}' thing therein :hat e'er your n'tiivo- H.V novcr sj-! ken by too inters

55 L'.)ls. primp P.1:k, f rlly, Jrt they art now opcnin* their new Stock of which ill accommodate from fiVe to bix hundred' per S phi or saints discover an er.oiinivlri rh cnMtually! produces a painful -
nevccould know
S,5fiO His. "!Irinr H.uns FALL & WINTER GOODS peace agaiaOu I
: sons.The the girth, till he had won her; ft U'lii'Jrh'1Ie\: i' they did, lh' Elysians"were
400 \\. tVv.sU.Tii Feathers t just received frim New York consisting: of a splendid Baltimore Bnnd of Music vill accompiny ; she .
Mnnaxpric and Circus and variety of Yet still ansv.rcd no: tie looklVe careful n, vrr t > )c vehement, a grand
Uict Goshcn nutter.Ciieusc, Potatoes, &c. ass tTrc1zt superfine Cloths, Cassimcrcs and Vest- perform Of hd cast upon her.
airs in!! unknown: i in these
\o\.15 Waltz's Scotch Duets, Marches overtures, &c. nation i e:3g happ1re"ifJil3 :
Q'.fL HKNIIY BtiTD.Arii ? ins of a :reJ.i.'a.rictv, selected from late imporux- ,
Music selected from the best authors.
loc ussutned the milder lorril oTflirf
tons of the most fashionable cr.-I.ikewJse, a And then he s"Orat her command: ; .
Doors will be from o'clock P. M.
CB. opened 12 to 4
general l axnrinient of Fancy Articles for Gentlemen's: To show his love lie woud! do jtion ; and ;is for enmity, you were never
1 LLpersaj5" ; having ucinuiids n anst: hc e:tulc ol dress, viz :- tocks of every description, Gloves. each day. Evening perform nee to commence at early What never mortal* did b'jffre, abused behind back, or.it exuded
** u.u rMninl j.ll If Gndsdeu county, arc Suspenders, Ponjjcc Uhdfs., Fronts and Collars, fine: I l candle tight. And none but: !lovers ctm-d do; except your
"?rebvioi5cd) to them without IC32" Admittance $ lOCluldren under 17 years ( itcif m an fpi rafji, ut the worst a caricature
present delay r Fur and
prop Linen Shirts, Hosiciy, Splcndid-Scil! Thai he would clime np io the moon,
Jy tdICr.I'12I'l
l" tilt *-'wri1jer : Anl rCl' (.ns in Cloth Caps, fine Silk, Ping, and Beaver Bats of the : of age half price. Or swim the ocean m"cr- scribbled upuc n ftsi.Therms .
dJfIl.o- the estate uja n'lle; >tiJd to make imoitdutc 'attest fasliion. I N. B. for a full description animals nr.d Equestrians Would dine one dav a' Sandy Hook one characteristic of the Elysiansv.hioh
!' Jr.en!. w. o; KfcNAN I : Performances see large bills posted iu principal _
Adm'r. A general assortment of ready-mads Clothing made And next night at Dover
sup ; in them I have
the Cit justice to ought not to _
locI'y.Cemfrt, GadsJt11 cJuuty, ) V up by the s'.ibs"rijcrs! in the most faithful and lash : places through ) Then jump from thence to London, and
o"tn.hf-r ? Lh, 163I: -!.., S J 1-ew ii.naljlc' styr! consisting Overcoats, Frock & Dress' Good order during the rformancc. Alight on St. Parti's s'eepli-: omitted. They were eminently a moral peo- .

r -- -"---- -- riit.;:\11.1 C...1tCs, line Cl-it'j 1 nnd Goat's han (.e mlet I Smoking prohibited. Then} pull the premier's nose and mitke ple. If a lady committed herself sho was lost .

llE.JV'O J TI.-.tiJ LIQ U lJ, 'Cloaks and Wrap rs,Pantaloons and Vests of Almost Previous n Marianna to their arrival on the at this 7lh-place at Monnt, they will Vermn cihibitcd O'C-ounell damn the people.Or for ever, and packed off immediately to the

npared and .SohI by ?. 5. BERJMRD, Drvg ovcry Douulc-brcastcd dcscnption,VcUct nmon and which fine are black rich ficarcd Cloth and and 1 on the 9th, nnd duir.cy on the 10th January, 1335. that he would put armor on, roalms of Twilight.: Indeed they wr3 so ve- i

gist,XOI?FOLK, 1'JRGl.JYIJl. Cassimcrc, Valentia and white Marseilles Vests &; December) ((20d)_ And like a knight of yore, heWould ry particular that the moment one of the softersex

Fee Marino and Lamb's Wool Neti-ShirUand Draw For Sale by Auction. fight with giants castles scale, gave the slightest symtoms of a preference J

f a'ivj IDa W m1Jl17Q ers-fine Nm Silk aDd Doe-skin Under-Vests an PLANTERS HOTEL occupied And gain immortal glory. to a fortunate admirer, the Elysian would immediately .
S. excellent article for invalids. THE formerly Th p go and build a kingdom up,
?: BEIL'ARJ'S RENOVATING LIQUID for A of courtc Clothing suitable for Negroes, Thomas Brown, E q. and at present by And be a mighty winner i begin to look unuterable things,

extracting utflthg ai :kinds oj"Oils, Paints, Tar, anli Grease and/an qu-ntity:assortment of Icdia Rubber Surtouts, Pea- Mr. Kidder Moore, well known as one of the best Bowstring the Sultan Mahmoud--and **, shrug its moral shouldeu, and elevate its >
tnlr.-t (jl:1IC colored :i1k.c Sa1ins Cloths ; situation for a Public House now in Tallahasse, ...
ioubazines Jaclccts apd Trowscrs, warranted durable His Turkey eat for dinner, charitable eye-brows. But if the preference,
or V c'cts without in 1e IClSt very be offered Public: Sale the
injuring anfr will at on premises on Then foHow Lander's :
i dismaHrackx
offered for sale the %
i.aeir '
water-proof ae by
colour perfectly chance, assumed the nobleractofdevotoo
Qr iiuit.' '1 Monday'the: 12th January Irft5, at 12 o'clock. The And on.the Niger banks .- by any
This ecribere low terms. A deduction of 10
recent and valuable chemical diseovcryjs-6f. on "CIY percent House is in good order with convenience L : and the unhappy fair one .
fcred for Sale win be made for all orders accompanied with every necessary i An empire of the darkies found, >. gave : _
bf the ; ubseri cr.- almostsWrnccessity attached to it, a particular] description of 't.
ed the the cash. And merit Tappan's thinks! any inclination of possessing a heart rest assured f
0 dviug, and the Scourer's vo- the property is deemed unnecessajy as it is presumed ; '
O"The subscribers return their sincere thanks for p : .c she was already halfway on the ro2,4.ld
Bacanigttle? Fifty ccntij >vorhrIll secure a any disposed to purchase a property so rapidly increasing If harder tasks she did demand,,: \ '
liberal heretofore received and
31c.rcliafc& breeches crituisni the very patronage will examine it and for Then commenced one of tho most
inlK from for lwclve in value, judge He would reform the nation. perdition.
would still their and strict attention
SSrtII-acts lifn'sflks of the finest hope by assidtrhy themselves: curious imaginable, I
up Make talent; honestyand rorthj g processes peculiar apprehend
ltlJ't business merit and receive continuation of the
,by to to a _
half cash the .
1ri iJistaatly rduoving tbjMain 'of grease, Terms of Sale-One balance on a Essential to high statiOJJ. to Elysium, but which I record that
out wthelesit affcctintTthe fabric isU:the came.Idf credit of and two' with Interest from the .
one ,
i AU orders will be rccivcd and 'years jMAkeppHticians tell ther.trnih| I'-r of les fortunate lands ___
thankfully as the
: inveterate ; society maavail Itself
lodgments of wax upon Coat collars dav of sale. :: _, ;'Qitlj ttmscience to.brokers, .
1L "ore it like dust before abi uh. It is no quacke- they have engaged in their employ steady and first Tallahasse, Dec 6 [17-if] And JRri upon the temperance list of the advantage, and adopt the xegujatioa

Z UUI he Vuesecundum artcm. mode of appearing rate WORKUKK they arc prepared to execute aU order: JiT. B.-50 SharesCentral Bank Stock,for sale by An itay of old soakers '_ I I in its moral police. Immediately that it was
.old at the shortest notice and in the most durable and' ; _
iSr V clolhcs at thelcait imaginable expense.. _, i n.J.IL4 Make lawyers !keep the people's peace,* i ascertaiced that two
fashionatte: style.- Tallahassee Oct. 25. [(l-6m. clearly persons ef different _
oJ: to Gentlemen '
ed. arid '
: at 50 ccns a phial, N'JD.TTC E .iafdALL \ Physicians kill them cheaper J ,
OVILS OI people can hare it tho Prttldent She United cloud the brow sexes took an irrational interest ..in'eac
If at same pries. By ike of Slates. persons having claims against the Estate of I A was on lady's ,
Cte Llnet danger need be apprehended in' using it upon by the Ac*, of Congress, approved 'WiLsoxjf'late of Qadsden titjr4 I \V hich, as he spoke, grew deeper. othe's society, all the world Tent'..instantly'

IOa.PS a.nd most delicate Silks-nor is it like the WHEREAS day of June, 1834, the President 'are hereby notified to pre cfltthem properi; ,. ._' about, actuated by a purely charitabfe;.senti ,.

:nng)commonly' advertised in our days, Tvhich by is authorized to direct the Register and Receiver of '(ttcated; to tHc subscriber,:tbo wyr-a r1 rlOt I I TvtHeswore she had the brightest1eyes, meat telling the most extraordinary fiiLiho .ts
onble Due evil almost invariable produce another the Tallahassee Land District, to make sale at Public indebted to said- Est";* wsWdL6: niajie i j'-; .;$% ;'ThaVever looked on mortal; .
'' :; e-nr does it require the preparative :Auction,.of"one fourth of the Lots in tho Townof nut immediately M&GRWLSONE1t. I.. (:*And:Jhaf; their light was like the rays concerning them that they could deyit' _
Ji. f all (other renovate--.such as hot irons and : ,HThaestream from,heaven's own portal Thus it was the fashion to call in '
si.&e. SL Marks,in tbe-Territory of Florida, according ;. L I ;1k., 'jp r.. oiie house .
-quons qnlya little clean water, according to the to the plan of the or.General of laId Territory 4.rQ.uricy, Gadsden.' .'" -' .jh' 'T8T '"oi. : 'fiuttby. her cheek, the opening rose and announce that you had. detected tbe'unhappy '
ts wanting. Qil or Grease of any kind Now know suite JLtfDREW JACKSON YWjDuld look but dim"nnd (acTed;
CIA be : ye I r .
pair a private box at the ,
fctr: xtra.cted. from the most delicate colored car- Presidentol.the at Jt.d Jxereby declare,and '4., t1 & -AMduk r than the raven's wing, theatre, and
C I3ed'' nout the usual trouble of taking them up.- make known, that a Public Sa1 triU.be held at the w -P DL f e hair her fair brow shaded; immediately to pay your respects to anothermansion _

,Br according to the-directions, it will at. once land Office at Tallanasse, in the Territory:of Fior- 6SclffJr- .' ". I ., dm ,zg renus by her side would look and declare that you had 'seen:th mon .
eyerypanicl. of!'from the finest Cloth' da for the disposal of the undermentioned*" .. cfoaii'.,, I J te, ( \';. common country dowdy;. _
In the and tho
3t f"I same day hour
t; lelicateSilka \ U _-o. .. I very very same ,
and then
vithont injuring in the least I the Town of Marks, Florida, on Ihejoturtk. : T..v 'l. ,: blushed and smiled, "
4.c0Ioor lag texture.of I d' of January.AUl, -rir V.. of '15rt83f-rf9-6 OKSEY. I ., Her bro w.'again .grew cloudy. in a boat, on the river._ At the next 'vi fttbe _

the above, valuable article re1Ye4 Lots numbered 1,6.9,13,17,21,25,29,33i; ; ,11, J A IME '' t .. ;. gentleman bad ,been discovered .driving;t
and :
for skle by -. \ CI .. '. ;: :trpsphingtne loTer theii-and saidt
45,40,53,57,61,65, 69, 73, 77, 81, ',893,91Il10I1o -.. ; io bis cab. ; andinthecourortheo
T E. B. .PERKINS, AgTtSept. 109 113.117 .Ml and 125, a? represented upon 100 .rnoRX4WCountyaaiI1&i : =o "1 "WillJD' be Mrs. PopkiDsHiss _
a.Uah ., 10th :: 6a. the plan,of trcsatd'town prenared by the Surveyor I H VI (*'( fi1ttiM. Ji l1o,>1 eft"erson Julia Jane Amelia*Ann .' the *cene of indiscretion:was thoparlQwbe, ,

Du1\f anntiG \ General of. Territory of F1 rid. 'r. 1ptocwoa1 services Mnti1d .Poll HopkinjrC .. they bad been watched walking by _
AWtD m' ,- The safe will bo kept open. for tt days- only to the Q! b l 1 *} e1nprykgiBacrally.{ Ho I have a house four stories gh-' muffled up in sables and cashmeres _

A LARGE .and ,complete 9fr "fGivCD.und.er. ry Wad,at City of Washiogion will practict'in-"Q1 Coartl'-of '.-C<>am"oT: Leon, Well live in splendid ]IjS,;and The curious process of difirawDgwu a
1 :AvJX-1S34.. Jefferson':rand Gadsden, and Ura; Oaot"of-'Thomas A handaiaae ntry-seat upon': It' _
fFreshDrundMcilkinesjust this 21tt day oMJJpaP, er. _f; .
OIQ N tw V ork;nel rton-: : O 9 inn Lowndi, Georgia' He oi >l!! aMr cervices :J.ake-Ge'om's'sweetest island- *'known Elysium under fe Ut&(' @H

I L :tahiL Country Merchanuaaia R.s.lt.imoreC.sq1 1 .J .: :..tr.rfr.rr..ijIf.l. ._r.I'.' to: persons in general, as aJc&pix r. & &eshim- Ten thousau I' I S in the mint, tilled l about ;" and ;Ithctigtho.'.t $ '_ _
$ ., ........,..x And tlctrtioiW"Office Monticelto. shares tmtdd; 'cented"- ..
-the InQIt 4Jt l- ..-. -' self as punctuality _!* ai Bank per dfsseooniated were, univcrnlIi uu4rt aotf to
necommo.t1iD w. ak1; i"tv f1 N or : rl r..J' .-. ; -1'i e lady.bent her,cheek to his, .

_J 9"1 .a.o 't"1.17.: ., j ..(--, .:. _. '- !o" -nee. *n: 'aj.lr(,}'r ,.": Her;ent1 f1 h'tlentedJ fictitious, .'!! ascrIbed _

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:L !, '. been tatt1 The accost of tho verdict in.t the .
irr X1'nACT OF TnEPRfeMDSNTa MtSSAOE. .acler from others have already following a VoyUe, or
'f Congress. .1 will ho* only add that al.U* 6m is in the Boston dIe. An individual tve-' ; .61i LJ.
-40 thelprooeeding, minttining1bt maty an "The claims of power for the"General Govern constitution case papers : t who bad --4..1
the fall
session of under sew .
Congress that the
indiscreet fair one "had been providentially meat upon ejch; of these points certainly present;: it wa provided b '. law, that all expenses should THE VERDICT OF THE JURY. Piece tff wood had r'rr

alarmed byihui becoming'the subject of uni- matter of the deepest. interest The first inasmuch i?, accrue from and after the 15th day of August, The Court was thrown open :'on Wednesday through the hole, set himself t ctufl7 :;::::::=
however of much the greatest importance, "Q
comphsn the
venial conversation-that thus many a reputation IT89, in the support and maintenanceand o'clock 'was same thing ; and 1t
as, in'addition to"the dangers unequal and necessary morning at 10 and instantaneously of timentll after," -
had been'saved by this charitable slander. improvident expenditures of public moneys, common repairs of all light-houses, beacons, buoys, filled with a dense multitude ot citizens cies exp discovered that there SAT

: .* There were some malignant philosophers to all, there is superadded to that the conflic- and public piers, erected, placed or sunk before anxious to hear tljd announcement of of wood \thich becomes 80n ... "
the of the act within bay, inlet, harbor pressible ud *:
indeed doubtless from that silly love ting jurisdiction of the respective governments. passage any for the verdict of the Jury in whose keeping were by boilng; and artenraro.
of the United States Tenderingthe suffered theThe,5
or paradox in all ages too prevalent) who pretended Federal jurisdiction, at least to the extent I have ,navigation or pert thereof easy and ,safe, should be placed the lives of tho twelve prisoners at the to grow cold and dry, ,since be aCO
stated hast regarded by'Ks advocates customary size and aasuntJ. 'j!to
I that all this Elysian morality was one >een justly the in defrayed out of the Treasury of the! United S. I bar. Tbe Boston Post remarks that from the two density. H. 1p1ete
as necessarily appurtenant to power ques- i pieces of wood PI
1 delusion 'and, this scrupulous anxiety and further that it should be the of the of the
great tion, if tha.t exists by the constitution. That the duty delusive circumstance that the Jury did not shape, and confounded pr per file ,
( nbout ihe conduct of oLkeNarosd' from a principle most injurious conflicts would unavoidably arise Secretary of the Treasury to provide by con- make their appearance for a considerable period -I the magician

:' t not of Purity," but" of "Corruption." between-he respective jurisdictions ef the State tracts, with the approbation of the President, after the opening of the Hall, an impression ducing them. united in the same .by .,sdeskboocber]

" The who is "talked about" these sa- in the absence of for re-building when necessary and keeping in manner.it '
t woman and Federal Governments a constitutional that they had come to a conclusion favorable -

: 'gesjwould affirm, is generally virtuou3, apd provision marking out their respective good public repair piers in the the light-houses several States, beacons, and ,for buoys furnish and to the prisoners, or, at least, that they II Mathematical may be observed' here that II j undtrsta
doubted. The local advan- l '
be bu1Dr.N
she is abused because shedevot "to one boundaries,cannot RecreahW_ bat,
t only! could became
ing them with supphes. Appropriations for simi not agree, very prevalent 'hic
to be obtained would induce the States to improved edition
the charms which all wish to enjoy. tages the! and difficulties lar objtcls have been continued Trom that time to throughout the assembly ; but at half-past was publishedr fe.
overlook in the dangers
beginning ago-is a vast
t Thus Dido, who is really one of the finest to which they might ultimately be exposed. the present without interruption or dispute. Asa fildfren, tho Jurors wero ushered into Court, for treasury of CuriOus? phil J car

: *ft 'Crcaturps that ever existed, and who with a I The powers exercised by the Federal Government natural consequence of the increase nnd xtcn-. with the sentence of death so legibiy and sol cal-empifas or whom, which the world, the ls seek a thflat 1
combine an heroic soul, has sion of our foreign commerce, ports of entry and part disdain not the In
bcanty j with the
: 1majestic would soon be regard'ed jealously by emnly written on their countenances, as to extinguish task or
*}t not made her way to tho Elysian circle, to State authorities, and originating as they must delivery have been multiplied and established, not in an instant, the faintest glimmeringof I I are very much his debtors. soli
cntitle her while from assumption it would be impossible -, only on our sea-board, but in the interior of the I fl'
I 'which her cjiarms an'd rank ; implication or hope for the accused. Judge
affix them 'tertain and safe limits. Opportunities : country, upon our lakes and navigable rivers. : V THE rice that
herder.debut has been to FIGHTING E
Helen who from surrounded -
: and temptations to the assumption of The convenience and safety of this Commerce Story was not present when the Jury.came in/]: the 'TOR.-AbOU\he! 6 cil, theyQrdertO
% by fifty lovers, and whose intrigues incompatible with State sovereignty, would! I have led to the gradual extension of these expen- and a further period breathless suspense f contest between Troup and Clark,)"*

"have ever been notorious, is the very queen -power be increased) and those barriers which resist the I ditures ; to the erection of light-houses, the pla- fifteen minutes occurred, till the prisoners, oil gubernatorial chair of Georgia, politic. rf

.fashion ; nnd laU this merely because she tendency of our system towards consolidation cing planting and inking of-buoys, beacons and and the panal were called. The prisoners ] ry high in thai state! and Ofcourse. the ran

: has favored fifty instead of one and in the greatly weakened. The office; and agents of the < piers, and to the removal of partial and temporary wp re then called one by one, nnd the verdict |i took an active part in that campail1l). p T
her has contrived to ictnia have the obstructions in our navigable rivers, aRt! in things had got to such in '"
mh1stofall", scrapes, General Government might not always of the Jury was declared to eachseparately, a pitch, andth Sm-
:the countenance of her husband. discretion to abstain from intermeddling with State the harbors upon our .great lakes, as well as on papels had become so violent net reif:
the viz
and if did they would not always the sea board. Although I have expressed) to following manner, : that duels On both
of lido ; the queen of Carthage concerns; they :: and pitched battles I 0)dDuvcolumns
: Apropos Congress apprehension that these Clerk. Gentlemen of the have Were
whom escape the suspicion ot having done so. Collisions, my expenditures Jury, you as as CO
in all for bloody
I the Elysium nos-cs at down-east
: was very person have sometimes been and disproportionate
and consequent irritations would spring upthatharmony i extravagant ngreed upon your rverdict ? militia In ,,
Prosperine took the greatest l liking Exceeduigly which should ever exist between the to the advantages to be derived Jury.-\Y e.hav. I, Each newspaper required two editor. that dat<

beau ful, with tlio most generous tern- General Government and each member of the from, them, I have not f felt it to be my duty to Clerk. Who shall for ? whom was termed tho writing editor' one simitartacks

ucrand the softest bert in the world, and Confederacy, would be frequently interrupted refuse my assent to bills containing them, and -Our foreman.speak y6u_. business it was to pen the articles which! I &
:3 lesed by nature with a graceful simplicity spirit contention would be engendered-and the have contented myself to follow in this respect in peared as editorial-while it in niisrt

"" -..f manner:, which fashion never sullied, it real dangers of division greatly multiplied.Yet the footsteps of all my predecessors. Sensible. The prisoners were then directed severally other, who was called the was the J dUlJ ever bedeceit

1.rl\\"as| impossible to upon the extraordinary we all know, that notwithstanding these however, from experience and observation, of the to rise as they were called and receive the I to do all the fighting editor/ for \
gaze abuses to which the unrestricted exercises verdict of the necessary fiigbtin17 and :
great The
doctrine Pedro Gi- freed
objections, this dangerous was atone Jury. Captain I: fII>"
briljiancy of her radiant countenance, to grave ally circulate t the "amon" r"
t time apparently proceeding to its final establishment of this authority by Congress was exposed, I bert, WAS the first named. He arose, raised paper ,the neitherhumble
4 '1vatcl1 the symmetry of her superb figure, and with fearful rapidity. The desire to em- have prescribed a limitation l for the government his hand, and regarded tho Jury with a firm I which was now no longer practice for peop .

t 4* Iiten to the, artless yet lively observations bark the Federal Government in works of internal of my own conduct, by which expenditures of countenance and mon earners to preform, as they were in ti1 hired sj.

t tittered by a voice musical as that of a bell improvement prevailed in the highest degree this character are confined to places below the Jurors steady cyo.Clerk. danger of being robbed of their gre;: tffitf

vithout being fairly bewitched. during the first session of the first Congress that ports of entry or delivery established by law. I look upon the prisoner : of the opposite party, who were persbJ90 in by aroundtriumpl

When we first enter society, we are everywhere I had the honor to meet in my present situation. am very sensible 4hat this restriction is not as satisfactory I prisoner look upon the jurprs. How say you even resorting to vrolont the oZl

; yet there are few, I imagine, who after -I When the bill auilxmscing a subscription on the as could be desired, and that much embarrassment gentlemen, is the prisoner at the bar, Pedro suppress the publications of moans their in

4 do not subside into Jcoterio. i part of the United States, tor stock in the Mays- may be caused to the Executive Department Gibert, guilty or not guilty. On opponent. Inuvicceive
a season one occasion
ville and Lexington Turnpike Companies, passed in its execution, by appropriations for I Jurors.-GCILTV. one oh'the belliIYeren'
When tho glare of saloons:: has ceased to daz- remote and not well understood But had pubishEW! something that into pT
;I the two Houses, there had been reported, hy the :: objects. as The same verdict was pronounced happcnc3 nol;
isle, and we are wearied with the heartless no- neither reflections the agcinslDe set well the inch a
I Committees of Internal Improvements, bills containing my own nor light which I Soto the Ruiz very on stomach of a Certain J
mate the
'lice of a crowd, we require refinement and appropriations for such objects, exclusive may paobably derive from oilier sources, have carpenter Boy- ticiun, who was famous for talking- OfI poT! ohnoxi,

.sympathy. We find them and sink into a of those for the Cumberland road, and lor\ harbors supplied me with a better, shall; continue to apply gn, Castilla, Garcia, and :Montenegro. Bu triggers, percussion lock?, ten ; ties.nil.

I j -clinqe. And after all, can the river of ]life and light houses, to the amount ,,about one hundred ; my best exertions to a f faithful application of Costa, the cabin boy, Ferrar, the negro, Guzman sort o'thing ; but who in fict pace; nnlll *of
of dollars. In this the rule wlych it is f founded. I Portan, and Yalasquez declared tbough he o'V'!,
( low en more agreeably than in a sweet cours'eofplcasure and six millions! amount upon sincerely regret were .. went at half code J'I:, neT
with those we love / To wander was included authority to the Secretary of the that I could not give my assent to the bill MOT GIJILTY. No sooner had Mr.generally in the pat wrongman.
Treasury to subscribe for the stock of different entitled "An act to improve the navigation of the After Thunder ran bu "eye .
having delivered the verdict of the Jury
woods and whisI
shade of
: in the secret fire"
green companies to a grea ..extenl and the residue was Wabash river, but I could not have done so the foreman over damp sheet, than calling fi fc, I hoi
read to the Court the
I per our atrC'.etion-tu float on the sunny waters principally for the direct construction of roads by without receding from the ground which I have, following I pistols he post haste repaired [to the prinfr: wan, gbvur.d

of some gentle !stream, and listen to sere this Government. hi addition to these projects, upon the fullest consideration, taken upon this recommendation to mercy : I office, for the purpose of chastising the m; :

nade-to canter with a light-hearted cavAlcade which had been preacntad-to the two Houses, under subject, aad of which Congress has been heretofore "The sympathies of the Jury have been of the goose-rll.iJ, uho hall thus wanton1* r ,>;ihan

over breezy dons, or cool our panting the sanction: and recommendation ol their respective apprized, and without: throwing the subject strongly moved iu; behalf Bernardo de Soto dared to raise his choler. Oa arriving li; or.!

charger in tfyc} summer stillnes! of windy and Committee on Internal Improvements, again open to abuses which no good citizen, entertaining on account of his generous, noble, and self. office he rapped oudly at the door, and i b\ C.."Upl-:
there thea still before the committees opinions>\ could desire.I .
were, pending my
with the beautiful
ovooJy banquet sacrificing conduct, in saving the lives of more : mediately the guardian of the 1 "tf
and press
rely candor Beared
and memorials to Congress presented, upon of'my
: ?ind the witty-to smd cure to tko devil and than seventy human beings, the t "Are you the editor of this eVo. '
not refercd, different projects for works of a simi- fc1hHv.citizens,1I1 whose liberal indulgence I havealready constituting paper!I" ruffl; I
<.< indulge the whim of tho moment-the priest, lar character, the expense of which cannot be estimated so largely participated for a correct appreciation passengers and crew of the snip Minerva ; and I( demanded 'I r. Thunder. 6 I r "' tI

lho warrior, and the statesman; may frown and with certainly but must have exceeded of my motives in interposing, a* have they desire that his case should be presentedto "iTc-s, sir I-I," at the same titije timid-! eiet1lliC"

: *struggle: thcylikc-iht thus: existence, and one hundred millions dullare.! done, on this and other occasions, checks to a the meiciful consideration of the Goverrr- eyeing the pistols: that stood out in bold refit :

. ,his, tbis is EI)'') tw1. Regarding: the bill authorising a subscription to course of legislation which. without, in the slightest ment." from tho sick pockets of his visitor. UY& iii q"th "

; 1. So Proserpine deemed, when woaried with the stack of-the Muysvillc and Lexington- Turn- degree, calling in question the motive of others sir I'm the editor 1 1d'l -? <7't
writing bnt .
not the A/n
Judge Story replied that tho wish of the /" /
the monotomy of the great world, she sought pike Company as the entering wedge of a system I consider as sanctioning improper and unconstitutional e OJ'." 'j; f.-it''':'.
of Dido and which however weak at first, might soon become expenditures of'public treasure. Jury would certainly be complied with>Ifoth by I cv c;.
refuge thssocuiy l'u"Iu., .. AjnlantajK strong enough to riTe the bands of the Union as- I am not hostile to internal improvements, and the Court and the prosecuting officer. "Ah, I should have judged; as mu.h! W j ia1 e c
nr.d -v 1111''non.i .
, -,- i When.A"J1iU:.t/ \.u'Ipl.i"neas ft.and" that Dido, had become .,"t.fp:;. and lv'li"vpunr; ; ti.al ;'r ':c< p..eoogo woo noquiescd wish to see them extended to every part of the Mr. Hillard, (says the Gazette,) then rose where is he you call the fahling editorl! It ronsr,
in by the executive of the People country. Hut I am fully if like to the "
persuaded, they are and moved that Nicholas sec gentleman. lrtt
overtures for Costa Ant ia Fer flvir
h:5 a reconciliation -)
so fashionable, : ina.de there would no be limitation not commenced in
longer theauthority a confined
any upon proper mariner, to "lIe has ,
f Dido treated him wilfl calm I rar, Domingo dc Guzman! Juan Antonia Pir- just gonn icund wth; the paper: sir, 1m ,,)iF.
but the General Government in respect to proper[ objects, and conducted under an authority he will ho here in few minutes." .
ntempt. The pious: JEnas, indeed, was he the appropriation of money for such objects, I generally conceded to be rightful, that a success tana, end Joseph Velasquez, be forthwith discharged a !
"I should 1 ,
of deemed it to withhold! ful of them be without bail. he glad to sec the rctyon-L.: ',
Aversion of Proserpine, lIe was the head an imperative duly from it prosecution cannot reasonably expected. -
II the Executive The and make him swallohis word*-if i( he foe 1 11 4io'( (
tho Elysian saints. was president of a society approval. Although from the obviously attempt will meet with resistance Tho Court granted their discharge, and the -
". local character of that work, I might well where it might otherwise receive support, and instead five not I'll !blow him to-. I'll loach him hoi It.1r
drink informed
to induce the Gnomes only to water, men were through the Interpreter '
have contcii'ctl with refusal of strengthening the bonds of to make! utl. '
myself a to approve our confederacy I use of the names of inllemen"strat!
*ind was :so horrified at tje] general conduct of Ole bill upon[ tliat ground, yet, sensible of the vi- it will only multiply And aggravate: the cau- that they were at liberty to go where they !I ting to and fro before the door. i ;a"JF,1r

I the Elysian: that he questioned! the decrees of tat inirortauce of the subject, and anxious that ses of disunion. ,, pleased. i ;
my "Very well sir he'll be here
I I J&linos and Illndamanthus: ) who had permitted views and opinions im regard to the whole matter: ANDREW JACKSON.. 1 I r I see him presentty-jes, C'I IiTi
them to enter the happy region so easily.! should be fully understood by Congress, and by DECEMBER 1, 1831._ AUTOMATIC CHESS \.YER.-Tn nil the !! yes sir. cOi1ing.1on't: impatienl!, 11:0.1: :'

The pious Eneas was of opinion that every I my constituent's, I felt it my duty to go further, - -_- dissertations on Mechanism and Automata t !h\?
f himself. I therefore embraced that euly' occasion, to apprize THE TIvDRo-OxvoEN MICROS.COPR { Sure enough, Mr. Thunder turned to look
fyody ought to be damqed except now the principal place is given to |tho Automatic !'
Congress, that, in opinion, the Constitution did and was astounded-tho editor witi
my fighting ;
:'Proserpine gave him no incoura ement. A- exhibiting in Pine street, near Broadway, under Chess Player, as th most admiral, and, at the' ( rOt
t hilles was the finest gentleman in Elysium. not confer upon it the power to authorize the con the direction of Dr. Weldon, is the same samo time, the mo/f and a few papers under his arm, and a huge pair: !;erth
struction of roads and canals within mysterious inexplicable
ordinary the
= irons
shooting hecalled them b hi ,
wInch that as ,
dressed him. He gentleman exhibited in peopI
No rodo like recently
or was
one of.rfcechnnical
limits of State and display skill that
to that be
a say respectfully, no can belt
was down tho with d
coming street
t yery handsome, very witty, very unaffected bill admitting such a power could receive my official London, and which caused so great a sensation well imagined.-IPwiss. in his curious bookas nentfoi

I- t iind had an excellent heart. Achilles was the sanction. I did so in the confident expectation there. It is, in truth, one of tho wondrous ( rare now as curious } on chess, gives an strides while the smoke from his cigar lUrId. : t:.

leader of the Elysian youth, who wero indeed, that the speely settlement of the public mind inventions of tho age, and discloses to the eyeby account of this most ingenious machine, and r iiind his ponderous \\whiskers, and was: left in Ylur

devoted to him ; Proserpine took care thcro- upon the whole subject would be greatly facilitated means of a magnifying power of several observes, that the utmost of the the rear like the steam from" high pressur have t
by the difference between the two Houses and sagacity gre"atest Mr. Thunder valor like that of Bob Acres Your I
fore, that he should dangle in her train. Am- myself an entirely new world of beings machinists and mathematicians of
and that the harmonious action of the several the and Europewas began to ':ooze out at the end of his fin cu" nori!
after infusory anmalcular
had voice for tribes
phion a charming a supper completely baffled by the
of the Federal Government contrivance )1
departments in
re he thought the editor looked better at
thqope.ra. lie was a handsome little fcIow! ; with which we were until now almost wholly which followsA fighting
gard to it, would! be ultimately secured. was as wooded imago of hundred t.t P
a than ho would ten-anf
t : tut not to UP depended upon, He broke q, So far at least as it regards this branch of the unacquainted. The defect to be overcome the human form was seated at a table, on paces Fh

heart or a dinner engagement with the sa-mk; subject, my best hopes have been realized. Nearly both in microscopes and telescopes, was the which were placed 9. ch ss board and men. A determined to avoid a more intimate acquaintance intinly

reckless sentimentality, for ho was one of four years have elapsed, and several sessions of dimit.ished degree of light, which becomemore set of wheels being wound up, the image resting with the man whom ho now began to.
ihas.e who when have intervened and and! more obscure as the surface became consider a caution, turned on his heel, and >eco
always weep they betray you Congress no attempt, within : his head upon the loft hand, with his right
.. and whom you arc sure never to see again immediately my recollection, has been made to induce Congressto more and more magnified. This has been played an excellent with an bidding Mr. Juill good morning, suddenly. cfr- eat
game adversarynot
: that they have vowed eternal friend- exercise this power. The applioalions for theconstructiwn surmounted by tjic intense light obtained skised.-[Columbia Satirist. pun
by a little skilled in the practice who hesitated .....
I oh'roads and canals, which were t formerly the combustion of L L ____- -___ ._u_ p,,
: sliip. Patroclus was: a copy of Achilles without files hydrogen and oxygen gas not to encounter him. A person accustomed r
his talents vivacity, but and multiplied upon your are no }longer over lime-the same principle now introduced JOSEPH LADD nt1 ygra
or very elegant presented and we have good reason to infer that being in any degree to these subjects, instantly :
quiet. Of all these, Memnon was perBaps the the current of public sentiment has become so de into light-houses in Europe. A flea perceives the difficulty of directing blind fflTAS just received from New Orleans; and Nc'I ![

: lUvorite of Proserpine:: -nor must he be forgotten cidedagainst the pr tention as effectually to dis for example, is here enlarged and seen per- machinery to the infinitely nice and various Ai York, a general assortment of GOODS: usually eopleopl

-nmiablo and brilliant-the child of( courage its reassertion. So thinking, I derive the fectly distinct, of the uAonnous size of, and operations of the game of chess. In the called for at tins season. lie has the! )allywi I.
':I wjiim and impulse-in love with every woman greatest atisfaction; from the conviction, that thus not unliko in frightful shape, to the fierce of which we now speak, the master, it is true !f Best or N York and N Orleans Flour;

he met for four and twenty hours, and always much at least has been secured upon this important rhinoceros," of the Bowery Menagerie ; his superintended_ the game, and appeared, to se-ll -Goshen- Butter- Western- Hams; ome
bis delusion and embarrassing: subject. beak be compared the horn Mess and Pork
marvelling at own may to of that nn- the automaton in motion prime it
m --- M by atouch, but how
From attempts to appropriate the national fundsto Cheese
imal.the sting of the sweet be- Eastern Potatoes, Onions and ;
The favorite ofUie Harem.-The apartments of objects which are confessedly of a local char- hoiiey lookslike the mere touch could set wheels and pullies half bbls1! the ",
in ;
Candles Beef
the tusk of Sperm family
_4 the Seraglio are very splendid; aways! however, agter, we cannot, I trust, have any thin* further I huge mastodon. A drop into the proper and desired motion, was an his
of course,in proportion tothe wealth of the prince; to apprehend. lly views in regard to tfit expediency of water seems an ocean, containing thousandsof insuperable enigma. On that occasion, how- Niter Hall Powdei; Ot

k-au.l the favorite object of his affections exhibits of making appropriations for works whichare horrid looking sea serpants: crocodiles, and ever it appears that Twiss, and other speculators Country and Holland Gin; f''> VtgHt

the dignity; and enjoys the privileges- a queen, claimed to be of a national- character, and grampusses, darting about with the velocity of on the same subject, had been Imperial Tea by the box;

x though .queen in captivity. JVhile her beautv prosecuted under State authority, assuming that lightning, the larger ammalcula, or water lions mistaken their greatly Brown Domestics by the bate; Id

; lasts, she is frequently regarded with a feeling afrnost Congress hay.e a right to do so, were stated t1 my as they are appropriately called, devouring I in conjectures ; and it was reserved All kinds Cut Nails and Brads; tw
idolatry but when that beaa- annual Message to Congress in 1830 and also for a Professor at Berlin, who formed -
amounting to ; in with heartless voracity, after the fashion of the Hollow Ware ; N. Orleans Hum; ire
L y passes away, the warmth of that love lubsides"licr that! containing my objections to the Maysville the resolution (so like a German.!)ofdevotiug Peach ?er
monsters of the Atlantic of'which Apple and Cognac Brandy;
no">> Road Bille. they seem his whole life if
; person longer charms, her voice ceases to necessary, to tho clenring up 'Int.Pone.
inspire delight, her faded cheeks and sharpened So thoroughly convinced am I, that no such ap. to be a miniature copy, the lesser animalcuke of the mystery-to dctec| the true secret ofmechnni All kinds Shoes by the trunk, case, &c- e

i ,lopes become disagreeable memorials of the past. propriations ought to be made by Congress untila which are called water fleas. What is the astonishment ; m. By a watchful and assiduous attention He wishes to purchase Cation, Deir Skins cd refe1pp

$; Neither hersong nor her lute are now heard with suitable ccnstitutional provision is! made upoji I of the beholder to learn that this to all the motions of the machine and Cow ll&dfS.-Magnolia, Dec. 13,1334.19tfNOTICE. .

pleasure, for IH the beautiful imagery of Persianr'oetry .the subject, and so essential do I regard the pointto I drop of water comes from our own Marquis of its master, he at length discovered that the i us j

'when the roses wither, and the power the highest interests of our country, that I I Caermarthen's wells of purest mafihattan A whole { < IX months from date, I will present my vouchers 1 pin:
loses its sweetness have the tale could not consider myself a discharging dutyto mystery was nothing more than the operation K 9 the iwo.
vou no longer my lady, when she saw it, nearly fainted, and > for a settlement, and shall apply to
of the nightingale.! ff he favorite, however, while my constituents in giving the Executive sanction was of a common pentagraph (an instrument County Court of Gadsdcn county, for Letters of u&
i_ she continued her ascendency over the heart of to any bill containing such an appropriation.If ebliged to leave the room, quite overcome with by means.of which designs, prints, &c. mission as administrator of the estate ot Thomas A. reg!

her lord, is treated with:'sovereign respect through- the people of the United States desire that the the dreadful thought of the multitudes of fero- of any kind may be copied, in any proportion, Peebles, late of said county, decease YHQ4li

II out the harem. She smokes l her golden-t bed public Treasury shall be resorted to for the means cious monsters thut she had been all her life by a person skilled in drawing) moved by a STEPHEN S. pErn.EsMm'r.'

nooka, the mcnith piece, Ptuddcd with gems, enjoys to prosecute such works, they will concur in an daily and unconsciously swallowing A well instructed boy, artfully concealed\ within November 24, 1834. 9-6m OUr

the fresh mormng brcexe under-a verenah amendment of the constitution, prescribing a rule young gentleman, in other respects of iron the The death of the HENRY D. ATKINSON, ) iY11.
-: that overlooks) the garden of the palace, attended by which the national character of the works is nerves, could not endure the unsightly apparatus. boy, how- vs. > i
by" her damsels, only second to herself in atfractioss to be tested, and by which' the greatest practicable In addition to these wonders the forma- ever, put an end to the master's exhibition ; WILLIAM G. Bungiss. ) Mr

of person and splendid attire. Here she I equality of bfcnefils may be secured to each tion for either another pupil, equally!! docile, apt, and THE Defendant is hereby notified, that: the P-:

': ref lines in oblivions repose, upon a rich embroidered member of the confederacy. The effects of sucha of crystals in beautiful arborescence (i ithful, could not be found ; or else tho pub- has tiled his PETITION in the Superior C .
from the would be most in anatoyiy ot tho wings of, numerous insects lic which had for the county of Leon, and Middle Dist ct of Florida
_, carpet wost celebrated looms in regulation salutary preventing uriosty, beenoratified, became to
Persia. Through an atmosphere of the richest unprofitable expenditures: in securing our legislation and of leaves, and of the down of seeds, and indifferent the subject. the: said to Foreclose Plaintiff a,on Mffrtgage-eivefl the following by described the Defendant Property

_ : inqense she breathes the choicest perfumes of from the most pernicious consequences of a circulation of the blood in the larva of a gnat This automatic Real and Personal, (to wit.:> The Northwest quarter
Arabia the Happy ; and has every thing around Scramble! for the favors of Government, and in and above all, the larvae of musquitoes, whichare instance chess-player was but one and the West half of the Northeast quarter of sect J 1

her that can administer to sensual l delight! ; still*he repressing the spirit of discontent which must inevitably found ill a single drop of water looking for among thousands, of the facility with twenty-eight. The tforlheast quarter of section it

is generally an unhappy being. She divella in arise from an unequal distribution of the all the world like so hideous, scorpions which tho agencies of nature and the mechanic' twenty-nine,Township one and range one, Nprta and

_: profusion, while all within herself is desolate and There is another class! of appropriations for leaping about with astonishing celarity, flight- mankind. Of this the world had a sample of Florida. The West half of the'Lot designated oa
ing with each other, biting their own tails &c. the original plan of Tallahassee, as number n'nlJT
bopeleE;inesR. Hr symyathics arc either warped what may be called, without impropriety, internal in the exhibitions of the noted Falcent who about nW" e
fire A female slave named Martha,
.I- or stifled; her heart is blighted, and ber mind improvements, which have always been regarded present a spectacle sufficient to stupify with figured in Europe not many One -of -a female slave named Sally about thirty
years age
4 degraded. ,She cannot join in the enthusiasm of as standing upftn different grounds from those to amazement even the mOit indifferent observer. of the most incomprehensible ago.of this years of age-and her child Kitty Ann, about (IG

: the inimitable Hafiz. "The breath of the \Vest, which I have refferred. I allude to such as have By the microscope and tel scope, we thus the exploits years of age. CALL & WALE'Plaintiff's ; ,
t cm gale will soon shed musk around, the old xvprld for their object the improvement' of our harbors, learn that the whole of creation is alive and in conjurer was putting a piece of wood some At'r 1eys. ,

4 will, again be'young;" but J languishes as; the sea- the removal of partial and temporary obstructions movement, from the countless 'orbs that revolve : inches in diameter through a bole less than Tallahassee, 3th Dee.1834.t7eowMiflROEINSONS

. IT I cuna return in the most: debasing captivity, and m our navigable rivers, for the facility and security in the heavens down to the myriads of half an inch ii diameter. fo a snperficial FOR M S for

'-ris (tial the Western :lli1>read* not upon her pf our foreign commerce. The grounds up... that observer this would appear just as impossible

t. *.:,i: r"' Jiqeaa of trcedom or joy.. -[OrijntajA / .QU which I distinguish appropriations of thIs eh r. living beings Star. people' the minutest atom.Bventing .- qs for a stout man to pass en1irennd, uninjured Sale at this Offica '
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!- Again you say, fli the crlkest between add however thai .. .
and;G n. Call that "Mr. you ydu canndt gain any thing .by SO SCIi '* _'
JLOEIIiIANf1iDAYJANUARY : Wyatt was inefficient, that straining 'that story except: constant D llars Reward. FEMALE OL.THE : !I

a majority of my friends believed that he was againstme. incincerity duplicity and proofs of your STOLEN on the night of Dec. i5th. 'trom the n- next terra of the School chargl t1W1ibt
." treachery both to him and I will ita duties the ftm Tw
have resuoi on / _
.1 a word to in of the subscriber near Tallahassee formerly *
UA1LUaJlW ;mam say my own defence a- me. I opposed the many and admitted i in January. It is iscd that
bout thIS matter.-At the time that the wrongs in his occupied by Maj. Adair,a la1ge Feather-Bed and day strongly papfls bo
3. over the publications administration, from patriotic motives, I held no offices Bed-Ctethes, and several articles of Wearing Apparel. entered at the commencement of the session. .
name of Juntos"
appeared at the eve of I Ten Dollars It is expected that the Tuition fees of the last(rm
the late- I or was asking any;you opposed and supported will be given for the detection of the

....-- _We have received no northern mail frauds lection, charging Gen. Call with certain i him alternately, as it would !best suit your political Thief, and Ten Dollars for the recovery of the pro- will be paid before the commencement of the fle.xLLH.TYG. .'
TEtee {4. at Pensacola, I went to Mr. Willson perty. T. D. HARLOCK. .
It wonld
25th of December-The calof the failure the I purposes. be laughable indeed, to relate Dec 26th Dec.27 20-tf -
the! Floridian and protested against their 1834. 2-3w(
the new contractbrs not having publi- the whole story of your fallings out and
10be attributed to cations, and advised their disavowal. I i making up Cotton Lines ELECTION FOR CITY OFFICERS _
f urged two and shaking hands across the little fy Shirting
I branch below ,
their arrangements. order of the Intendant the
of Tat-
} rea.sonsfirstbecause I knew ,
0plCted i false and bake that the charges were town which you agreed to call the "Rubicon.11 You BED t Cords, Leading Lines, Superfine Cotton BY are hereby notified, that an ELECTION

steamboat Louisa, with a valuable cargo calumnies against the private characterof I were alternately the dupes of each other. Cotton Seine Twine-on Consignment, I will be held on Monday the 5th of next month, for

The deitroyed by fire on Teusday last on the Chatta- a gentleman I had long known-that what evermy r In the end, sir, let me assure you of aversionto for Jan.3d sale by the lot at Manufacturers prices, by an Intendant and eight common Councilmen, under

s We have received no particulars I but political objections were then to Gn. C. I could those personal discussions, they cannot my advancethe 1835. ((2J-3w GEO. LAN IAN. ihe superintendants of Dan'l McRaney, B. Andrewsand

b e riVCr not reconcile to myself to be engaged in For New York. Rich'd Sheffer,Judges. _
a cause that interest
that that there was an insurance on the public or elevate our national characterbut
i had to be CHARLES AUSTIN
11\I\derSt' the sustained by such detestablcacts-secondly, will, always stir strife THE regular Packet Brig DROMO Dec. 17. 20-3w Clerk Coune(1( : _
bu1 none on property. because I believe up party and produce of the City ;, _
}l"It, I it would create a reaction in the those bitter animosities which everygood] should James Kearny, master, having the principal -

instead of Dr. Mecham was announced public mind injurious to you. This statement, as assiduously avoid. Then sir, let man ;& part of her cargo engaged, will CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA, l S
to 5iXfl near as I can recollect I made to principle merit sail! on the 10th inst. For residue of Tallahassee, Dec. 27tht 1854. S Sj
'candldate to represent Gadsden county, last you on your arrival and tatents be the test in the let
present canvass freight
/ from Washington Sorne I or passage, having handsome is hereby given, that an election for nine j
Jk mistake of our correspondent.! time after this, who arc disposed to differ finished accommodations NOTICE
a men of apply to
;< through Gen. Call called}) upon matters pub- Capt. Kearny, on of this Bank, will be held at the Back
a upon me to know if I would permit lic and interest be board, or to JOAN B. PEACHY Agent St. Mark
policy ,
him politically opposed, but per- ing House in Tallahassee on Monday Ole 5th January
to refer in Jan. 3
I Onr'llit cal currep0iidents will pltise take no- I to me a publication about these char- sonally friends. You have sought and commencedthis 21-1 ensuing. L. A. THOMPSON, Cash'r. J I':'\._ __ __

that during the session of the Legislative Coun- ges.made the permitte dhim; and on several inquiries, r irnprc >er discussion-I have carefully avoidedit NOTICE.-Dnring my absence December- 27th, 184.: [20tds.| .,
.e lJ1u't! be brief in their communications in same: statement as above. For this act of and protested against it, and whatever I have said from the Territory, Ccl. A. MURAT will act as my NOTICE.

they admissiofliflto: our columns. generosity to a political opponent, influenced by no ou that score has been in self defence. attorney. C. D. JACMINOT FORBID all paying Note Account
obtain persons or
w other motives but Jan. :3 21-tf [ any p
K" justice, I well date.
may your dis Ilesptfuly. yours, &c. to James D. Wescott, of the Estate of Anthony "\
ron TilE n.omoiAN. like to me, prompted by your old "j>rominenff" and WM. WYATT. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOVICE. "" Lambert. JOHN LAMBERT, Admor. '

by your ,inc' ones. A LL persons indebted to the estate of WILLIAM Dec. 27 20-tf '
Joseph# .'1. White
the : oSL. J. WATSON
To late of Jackson -A "
You that "Mr. ,. AFFAIRS OF THE POST OFFICE. county, : -
siy 'Vyatt charges m to use his- are requested make immediate NOTICE. ,
letter dared, Washington, 15th Decem- annuaf payment to the un
SIR-Your private grievances about the courtlyZand polite language, with having "slandered the report of the Post Master I der lgne.d, as indulgence cannot be given and those STRAYED away from my plant

? your him to the President in presence of Senator Bibb." General we learn tile gross amount of postages I having demands against said estate are requested to ation, three miles East of Tallahassee -

3Dual\ story. &
<; of the FkJri Han: It is much long than is utterly! false." Mark sir prefers 269 69-and the gross expenses of the Department scribed by law, cr they will be forever barred. r knot on one of her hind knees, in

'it dated iht l-'xh Novermer, at sea, lint breaths aj1ir circular"slandered } your qotaton from my 1,400,762 45. Net income afte* deducting THOMAS M. WHITE, which she is lame. It is supposedshe

: lon(. of illiberality against me-making atli Senator him to the President in presenceof expenses, 47,507,24, which sum, deducted from Administrator ex otficio. has shaped her course for Lowhdacdunty, Georgiawhere
Bibb.1 the debt-of the Mariannft, 29th Dec 1834 [21-SmJ] she wasr raised. Any person who will return J f *
li founded as tho-e) : in jour other letter, were Department on the 1st of Januarv
lIC ,, &s., Sir I her or give information so that I get her, will be
made paid
never such i last
any a charge against beyond the amountof its
mIsrepresentations and fabiicatinns, such as will ,I youwhich available funds, Quincy Male ..9cadenlY.I any reasonable charge, and expense he be at. pI
stored with fact you well knew at the time you pened these (315,599 98,) reduces it to 268,092 74. Since the may
be tlie offering of a narrow mind I I Trustees! take a pleasure in informing the MARY ANN P.ENN.Dec. '
.y t'tr an.i illiberal distrust. Prosr lytes, sir, in a landSfrerfom. I words. You thus accuse me of having knowingly 1st of July it has been still further reduced, and it I THE that the exerciser of the Institution for 27, 1834. 20.tf
, t publjshed a falsehood will it read I is calculated that before the close of 1835 it the ensuing will I
call never be made by fire and sword, prove upon you- will year, commence on the first Monday Reward"
One Hundred
o ) anJ correct principles however the following)} in my Circular, and blush at your own : be wholly extinguished: amelioration of the finan' in January next, under the superintendence of the Dollars J

Ipl.freat'! ue. !,r can merit disregard of truth :- ces of the department is effectedby retrench Rev. SAMUEL MATHEWS, A. M. a gentleman, whom WILL be Driven for the delivery to me in

ft&mhl('. |he put down 1 by persecution. The cries of ments in the transportation of the mail i.e. they have every reason to believe, is well qualified for Thomas County, Georgiaof

ornj treJ: vreophanu., the !spleen uf party inncor. backed that In condu course] <;loon towards upon :t tjiis Col.subject.\Vhite I has will)} remark been, i continuing sundry routes, and diminishing, the frequency by" the business, having been en aged in it for the last ELIJAH R. TUCKER, who escaped from Jailon

Ts :nnd 1eiuiniati., 1I1aY:111 howl my ever four years in the State of Virginia. The course of .the of the 24th December
f.ftirlal sno on others. The night 1834
transportation or
::1. open, frank, and sincere, destitute: of narrow dis- number enstrurtion will all the Jiffy
1mit :tJtJJA: :'fcom in vain, they will .sooner or later nobly! i" truth! and duplicity. When Col. W. was chaipd I of Post Offices in the United States on the 1st of 'ion taught in the compose best Academies branches in the of Educa. dollars for his confinement in anv safe jail in Geo.or .

. ( : uuipc ,l-y the l..ic.' of public virtue by Gov. Duval, in a hand-bill, upon the evidence I .July last, was 10,693 ; being an increase of 566 The Academy building is large and quite retired country tro'm Florida, so that I get him. tie was eoruitted

. to kroflrtior\ of the Jfilh; HIM. which you will soon ":: o'f Senator Bibl, of having slandered me to the President i. over the number reported last year. The mail is the business part of town. Few places are more des- for the offence of negro stealing.Said .

'. I have protested: against entering with you I at the very time he was seekjrg the support now carried in stages and steam.boots about 16,-. i rablo either for health or good moral society ; and Tucker is about 45 years oFage and aboul

en1hair, J ire, personalities, because I consider: that of d-cation: myself nnd/'vnu/s, by letters of praise and vin- 900,000 miles a year ; and on horse back and in :I we believe that its advantages be equal to that of five feet three inches high stoutly built, dark

,tt, &, private of me, what was my course then d? Did I : sulkies, aboul 8,600,000 ; making a total of about any similar Insti'.ution in the coun'ry.Terms hair ami tlin: end of his: nose off
) <; rm i" derogatory to candidates and .C the double Did I take
discu play 1'\1"11 that
"i ci' a advantage 25,500OW miles On the Quarter Payable in adcancc. JNO. C. BliOWNING: Sherift.Dec. .
'oli all 1 enlightened I r-nd:; re1ig'il'ommlmi.i.. of his well known critical situation which from a year 1st of January per ,
'1!:=Iill' to 1833 the number of'miles 1st class $5,00( J 3 ckss 8.00 27
1.1 the fact, I would haw been warranted in.nnd which was stated at 26,854,* I (204)NOTICE
] llnvr: long %since, hawover. )laid duwn as n 2. do. 6,00 I 4. do.
0. '' have de.fcalelhis 4S5) ; :showing diminution of 1,354,485 miles. 10.00
must! election, :and all}) his future
that: and \\hich I shall not desert which Scholars will be received at
rI&Of! lik. one I any season, and onlt
| prospect a, :a man of truth and honorl No. With .. A LC: .
.. charged from the time of hut persons c1ajm8agaic.stJohnG.: Smith,
!la entrance deductionwill
!l n: jjn.r.rve: ; an in ult. or a private or public ; no
which I
:k magnanimity: hope will ever characterise MARRIED, be made tot Sc.hobrs removed before the end of 4dercised, late Jackson county are requestedto

)flfl. WTtflt :\!IY 'n'% nor to submit to them from any ": my ('(mdu t' towartls all men. I at once replied toe On the 4th of December, at Belvidere, near Sparta the quarter.Board present them to the subscriber, legally autentc

-' of: 113n.f the Governor in n publication sent to all parts of Geo., Mr. J. H. T. LORIMER to Miss JULIA can be hr.d on good! terms in private: families. I ted ; and! those int'-bted, will make arrangements

histin" f fiiiiH tli? pnvnte' : fti'lin:;s and character of every the Territory, which} entirely} disarmed hs, of the F., youngest daughter of Mr'. Mary Skinner. JOHN M. W. D\VIDSON. sec'y- an early settlement, indulgence cannot be given.
and ill sacred. Public nil powerful effect it mu>t otherwise have had. In Quincy Dftc. 30th, 1S34. f DAVID G. RANEY Adm'r.
tan r3i: >i m we are ((21 >-v)
r- ; ;? rontcadictins; the statement of Mr. Bibb, I might Asnlnira, Dec. 1:th, 1634.-20-8w .
'naathe 1 K..':da' ro'Kl ami itfd pcndi'nt ,'it'7.ens, to !'('rminizf'; :. have been wron I did not believe then, that any MARINELIST. 'fl Utee's Sale. .

)n J I ; ,:t r.:'hi the I'uhvatTk: of A-ncrican I itw'ny_ :lI11t ,' unn possessing common honesty, truth or inter Y virtue of an appointment made: Jjy the lIon- :For Charleston.

... -.< 'il I froia vhicli) no corrccl man will shrink or ty, CII'l.he' guiltv of such a wanton violation of I -.. B ourable the Jude of tie Superior Court for I THE Copper Fastened. br. SOMERSET,

i i iim. < unm o))1'!. "" all rnle 'of propriety: as was thus charged against: PORT OF' ST. MARKS_*__ the County of Leon, Florida. I shall ported to sell will sail on the 10th January-

1 "!n' :a rantlii'.a'c! after it was; understood l Col. White. ARRIVED, to the highest bidder at public sale, at Tallahassee on W. C. MILLER.
;ed.idlr. ',; :n Fl.nida11.u you hnd declined\ :n' Now ur, v.-ho was it that made this charge aaiImt Dec 20th, bri' Somerset Lewis, from Charleston, the 7th day of February next, the following! described -FOR S\LE.
Imy S C vie West. heretofore conveyed by the late Thomas 20 qr. Casks Ten. WINE, prime and
i-. :. .-" ,1 l that to "s/t d" n ciudiilntc! or 10 you?? Was it me or Gov. Duval, or which of the Key property of direct importation to warrntet. C. M.
21st, brig Tallahassee, Rattoone from New York. Heir to the late John Y. Garey in trust to s-uisfy a
.. .ntiva: a richt 'xc1n..in'ly belonging t1 ., two, you or I, that knowingly) published that whichil'uiltryfalsiV 2Sh, schr. Galaxy, Warren, from do. do. debt due by the said Thomas Heir to !Messrs Retton Dec 27 90-tf .

,! I .I' 1 111 r-r kneT.: until I si\v your letiei I Why sir, your opponents always 23d, schr. Washington, Swaim, from New Orleans. and Emory, viz : the East half of the South East Aici ESTRAY.

'1icilres >:tvo dt"linpdiujHn! the condition that doubted yon upon the score of veracity; and some of Cl.EAUEU, quarter of Section twenty seven, and the North half .

''' t,' 'i..l: t *. rd?1t' oire (,f your "7>roiii:uuM'y / your friends privately admitted the fault-but sir, Dec. JCth, brig Am ch, Freeman, for New York, of the East half of the North East quarter of Section j, the STRAYED enclosure of stolen Col. Wm from
I'm all doubt with bales cotton. thirty four, both in Township two, Range one, North *
untst if have
; no\v even yourself, aspark
"p " Bailey, a
and East of the Meridian and hundred
Brig.Arathusa Bright for New York with 426 containing one -
I! '. ,I I' rjiotht-r term. 1 should! not of remaining candor. Does a European cli- bales cotton. Passengers, ,-Mrs. Crane and, Children and twenty acres of Land, together'with Stock weeks since, a Chesnut Sor-

hut .' '.'. .1 1 if ajjyf my prominent frit-nds had J11 tiC; thus contaminate the mind, and place veracity i Miss S. II. Falker, \lis1. C. Breaker, Mr. E. Fos-, ,I and sundry articles of husbandry. .. ::' sffrtl HORSE, about 5 yea :1.

I'd u' ...'\; 1j"'fl; (" can.lidav.-1; In the next upon the wanr, if so I would advise all politicians to ter, and Capt. J. Green. EDWARD CHANDLER, Trustee. old, having a white spot about, six inches in diameter' -

iii-cp clear of such an incoherent atmosphere! 25th, bri Aldcbsronto Davis for Charleston with25C R. J. HACKLET, Auctioneer. un the right side of his-belly near the fore leg. He f
!IL: i I !lu>\\
sir, ,' \f .. ;"vi \rl''i.. .Is.-!...iin-that lie did Poot dour'l I I Since the subject of residence has been made a qucs- btilcs cotton. ,* -.- to. me Tallahassee, and I will give 530

\I"" .,1.-: ..Lril' ir v-.11. ".fill: /.'J:.' f.r l"'rf!!(,. I ii.m. I have word to !'ayon that point. You say w ith Schr.243: Daniel bales cottoru Webster, Stevens. for- New- York. V 1 Ii G TN I.1lSTATE for the horse and :thief. J. IX WESTCOTf.PPC. t -

1)1.,. 'i Lo Cj ;,,k. t. fT ....1 frl.:' Il"l'; sr, is a (""uI ra- I that "fs-dence ran only Ielostlv death: or removal." 30th, brig Juno, Lathrop, for New York. LOTTERY 27 20.tfEL1CTION .

oes '.!:1' )MHO.oj "''. :. '!.j'Uf'1 and expression. If you I aw a year: or two ao an advertisement in a WashinT'un Susquejinnnah, Wilson, for New York. CLASS No. 25 FOR 1821. NOTICE.

.' : ,; : ofl' ringyc.ur household furniture for Brig Antiooh and schr. Daniel Webster arc In is here by given that an Election
lOW 'i-'cl J: m Jh-: President\ uul none: of I I paper, yet Drawn at Alexandria 'JTlh December: ;; 1834. NOTICE ,
.. i. (- sal.in that Some lIme alter this another the river aground. member the Legislative Council
rut. ;1.- 'iJ, itji.V"xvou'.d!<<1 consent tabecwnt a I II |I : city.; appeared -

-, ''1IE It', ,!it I iliui 1 1 The p-op'c .in that cvcr.t, I I in M"bile paper, advertising a copartner Cotton.Brig Susquehannah, Wilson, :New rom 531 bales a1. 1L r.PIm: :n COl' of the Territory of Florida, for the County of

r {a a,1:i ',i l.v.k Hm i fnr ,lieini.cve! .., and no ]lonf ship .between yon and another gen'lemau, in. the !- -.. --- --1r------------- --I Cailsden, to supply the vacancyoccasionedbythe
:65!, death of the Hon. David Ochiltree will
be held
the Courts Alabama and LouiMa.'na. $ ,
of law in :
jfiid! .vi; 'n vo-ir jra.u: .lin.lip.: Wiiat: a ridi- prn-MJcc NOTICE.
ent the 3d of 1S35atthc
oc Saturday: day January,
'n "j: em: i.ihul! and what: d >rs it in reality Since that time I have seen by the publicptpcrs :'
ANPS wanted 5.000 3.500 2,322,20 of 2.000,20 of (olloivinij places in said under the
to work on the Tallahassee)) RailRoad County, superintendence -
; in that ;
1 V .. that employed profession by
-\\0< thai: if '..ncu'd i ct nn o'llrc from : you was
for the of the following; viz.
ok, \I r..d .'. .le1i I I some at New Orlians. to go to Europe to ollect ensuing vear. Persons havingable 500, 20 of 400, 20 of 200, #c. inspectors
Floiidncitlur. )
VJU( (;In'lll..tIljil about person bodied hands to-hiie. wilf please) ; call on either of 4. At (inincy, in the Quincy Inspectors
\'it1t . 10 (09) Halves. . ... precinct
land Tickets 5 00
relative $
title. in -
borne evidence tor them, to the 1 $
\\ur 1tv'illt1l' ; undersigned to II.
; friws, But failing; ly ; 1 or air I... that rcsulncc is in P.FN! For :sn'c 1-y the 5ubscriher.r.: WILSON. \
T those States. You not CH AIRES
t. 't!. mVu} loved the country and the 1 say your P3 rra more.
Sale tf Tickets closes
TjT on Tucsdiy next. I"i
hi.; T 3..(1 1 :.-'U *ft a jtilc b<;tcr than j-our ':pramnlt I ItJ \' <:Lvi'! Park Rome or Florence but we wishto WILLIAM KERR Jan. :3!, IR t. 21lwLIi 2. At the House of Richard Morgan: in I.Ior- :

,pid .: .." therefore} you consented 't) serve them j I "ltI:ate It iu Uke-uuwi." Btft you a;ain say if the Committee TURBUTT R. BETTON. an's Dan! M. Htnsoor
i it' on behalf R. precinct-Inspctor
.. _
led! ;fl(,,- ,, 'l j people -'w 11 come to Cant Linca about the last of Buie .
(-JP-/J; i ir.ir-f. B u'\ sir, wJkhf Tallahassee, Jth, Dec 1H31.: 21tf in -.he Post Office Tallahassee :
tin .. .., I will find at hvr.ie where have RI\lAI-iING : at 3. At the house of Th is. Mills in Mills* -
'II i l'r. ;" Ii;/ .1 7':iII: ,fs1' would you be willing to j :\Jar..h, tln-y you you NOTICE.FB1IIE 1835. precinct
a'e iraibicr: : I tent some good old Bordeaux to drink thnr healths, -InspectorsJJolui Little, Robert Larkins,Jr.
v \nr/ # 'f'i/f 10. Is he among subscriber Las jut received and oflers for Addison, Joan 2, t Lone, Henry
ires and D.M.Jordau.
> 'I';Is Mated lii:1i and th success of the Union Bank." This will no JL sale AndersonViIlam Loyd, Nicholas!
7Jrt reasonable
jl'If'lIht, by aua on very terms, a choise assortment I
4. At the of J- McCall/
!:'''l''.. .'' doubt sir locate"YOll in Florida whilst the grot: Anilicw, Tlios. J. Mason, Mrs.: Ann house sse lICC31'SfreractInspctors
rs"a :a. "t wner when 1 yon "felt 1 and fxpressI groceries consisting in part of Co nac Brandy I
, I vat.\u| iiii.Jc! merrily round. I admit that the people in Florida Jam. Rum Hollands Gin, Wincswind old Rectified Bellamy, Col. A. May, Miss Cathiciimc Wm. B. McCall, !
tlic val ct''of office that goes
np.m 1,( an ,
Binjc James J. 2 Maxfield O. S. Peebles.
Fresh Teas
md ->apr-ierel! : ('"n. Call a<- :y)111' !'ucfts-sfir: tony man ; in some places, are fond of good: drink, but I Whiskey, -, 5Lc.-U.SO- Blocker, John McCoimic, Paul 5. At the Cross Roads, in the Cross Roads precinct

.in. Fii-r
to. o Ui..t allured your mind, or arc you this will have any influence upon the ballot}) boxes or tingales.-purchasers! will please call and examine for Bond, Henry Maisc i ; MestictBradt'onl and B. B. pttr3..

)I1,v K!' r the] the vaults of the Union Bank. This pernicious themselves. ALX'R. I Thos. M. Miller, Dr.
mdilly pin; IOCtl\ warm until the ncsrcciationsUfv.rmoreadvorn upon FORMY DUYAL. 6. At the hoiKe of S. Sa-dbury, in Sadbury

r.. : ;<-d> What will vour "prc.mi- lluid will past off, lra'ingthe honest mind the same, Jan. Al, 1835. ((31 tf.) BranchVilhiam Brient Ritchard B. :Mills Moat,, Henry David J. prcctuct-Inspectors, S. Sadbury, Wm. T. Bos>-

Lt'::: fIl"nll'! 'o tlie\ Eat say to ihi-4 He staiuK first to laugh at such folly. But sir, you have been Unfortunate "" lix weeks after dale, application wJTl J be made to BrodieVm., Maloriy, John wick and David Holloman.

?*4c vLitc lint of succession! This is, ho\vev- in your "precedent" by which you justify --1. the Hon. the County Court for the County of Bryant, AbigailCallcnder MooJy, Bcnj'n 7. At Aspalaga, in the Aspalaga precinct-Inspectors -

!!! &t .k\*tjr"" bUMiievs.. He I had no influence at court, your absence. You refer to the absence of the members Jefferson GRANDSON for Letters GLOVER of Administration dee od. on the Estate. Thos. L. Moore, Rcnj'n & Nelson D. G. llaney, John T. J. Wilson and J.

Mr. Lcvingston a Carr Wm. A. Moore Charles. McMillan. -
Lousiana ,
ttyJtI from and : ,
have Georgia
nn oilif-c. If not to to Italy to ; ; WM. P. .
: ta tlvo7rln.k8Jli, go was turned out in consequence of lus absence, and so 3d. 1835. Carter, Mr. Mosely, AlexanderMyer.s 8. At Chattah .ochee. in the Chattaho che .
e\1' / you mu-4 have one from the |121GwlExecutor's ] Mary E. 2 II
""ij'l; of Florida was Mr. Wild, and others, or at least, II was made a Cobb.Mrs. I precinct-InspeClor I.H. Stewart, J. W. King'
to These
pay your outfit to Europe. Notice. Cobb, Edmund 5, Myrick, Davis.
)." :1e. or rather: fiamrr hare cal- great objection to them by the people. For my partI Cobb Mary Ann Myrick, Capt John
your ( ncnts *
opp Mnder hand Dec. 22d 1834.C.H.DUPONTi.c.c.c..
: I think persons indebted to the Estate of Dr. G. H. my :
8 this subject.
"udly Lr have but one opinion upon' ALL Collins, Dennis Grace 3
your serving. You friend-1
were vry deed., tire hereby notified and .. : ,
k between each session, Cowdin Henry Owens Stephen .
of ,
Gen. Jarksui? that a member Congress,
,: when you "felt and Expressed his Mnst make immediate payment to the undersigned: and Cruise, Mrs. Luisa Patrick, John D cc. 27 (20-1) _.

.j.. solicitude"': fjr his appointment. 'I'd not should go and reside, personally, among with their all persons having demands against the same estate Dalton, Trustain Payne, James A. CAUTION. S \

; a lousp'ak of him now in connection with nts, by this he becomes fully acquainted will present them duly authenticated. Daniel, Abraham "**icrson, H. A. 41
'rtlcl bind character, wishes: and wants ; in short, lie will become ROMIO!\ LCWISExor., of EsL of Dr. G. H. Lewis. CM. Wm. W. Peterson Bait ALL persons are cautioned against trading for two
vho Davis ,
'..... csntidefid office spoils of victory. themselves in feeling and interest wlulstori Tallahassee, Jan. 1 21-tf Ports. E. OTIS, dated about the 25th Oct. last, payabld f
of John
euection,sir, of the scattered fragments oj'uur.lst one Dickinson, Joseph I in February, 1835 to C. CU Williams or bearer,-on6-
.t cies, splf-rn and will showttiifortun.e the other hand if he is ne'ver among them except Just Received Dorsey, J. R;. & E. W. Pope, Mrs. Susan for 150, the other for $100, and signed by the sub
"uutle of just at the eve: of the election, and resides at all the subscriber a general assortment of Books Dowling) Willis Post, Wm H. scriber. As I have reason t apprehend, a failure of ,/ .
the market the Sam'l.
in to Mrs.
man H. Powell Violet
:Jtst bld er. other times a thousand miles from them, and even ina and Stationary-The London and American Duval, Robert S. Powell, Jeremiah 3 the consideration for which those notes wore given. I ( .tt
1 > Jie will naturally forget them and Annuals for 1835-Music for the Pnuo: Forte, Flute Faircloth, am determined not t pay them unless compelled by
.;:01 pretend to kngw..or decide, of the relations distant. country, and Violin-Guitar and Violin Strings-Flute Violin Field, J. W. Priest, Capt. G. law. \ f'

;: pUbf.u 'fldGen. Call-I only speak of what their country too. I hold that all persons will natu- and Piano Forte Instructors Metal lined Cocoa and Fisher, Sirs. Elizabeth Randolph, Miss Lacy It is proper to atxte, that Mr. Williams had no '

f You admIt that had the Landabolished rally adopt the manners customs and feelings of those Boxwood Flutes-Georgia and Carolina Almanacksfor Fitzpatrick, Richard Randolph, Dr. J.H. agency whatever in the transaction. above alluded to. r
reside and most Be- Frecncy, Mrs. Eliza Rawls, John Dec. 20th 1834. 20-3w F. B. WHITING. .
with whom they : are among. 1835, &c. !re. WM. WILSON. -
; but had it renewed last
again :
,.. Gasscway, Raysor, Capt.Rcdington
:.. lonp. t -- sides this I think it not right precedents" to the Jan. 3 21tfEXECUTIVE NOTICE.
-.J allowance of near $10,000, of which''t.CaIl'as Gibson, William M. Edmund C. 'o
!XI 1 receive milage for travelling to and from Stockholders in the Rail Road
Mitt cpttasfJ." You may have I contraryto Grissett, Joseph D. n.hind.CharlCiJ THE Tal3.has '
"ft"td "im as the I Washington: when not a foot of the journey is per- Goolsby, '.1'. II. Rutland, Mary are hereby : an Instalmentof }
your and
-..4rs ;p.no( his fri sacccssor, now expect formed. TALLAHASSEE, JAV. 1st, 1833.: Green, William B. Ryan, Joseph D. two per ent is required to be paid on or before the ,::

llljdlence nds. You may too, have expected To the Marshal of the Middle; District of Florida Hail, Mrs. Abey Rhodes, Wm. J. 25th day January next at the Treasury office- in !
in contained in Circular of .
The facts as my your
getting this office. The prevailing Hale Mrs. Lctilia Sadior, Henry R. Tullah.see By order of the Board. '
m.is. Tiion.:1 j however, that what ever may have been having declined, being admitted, a doubt consequently and to all Officers, Civil Florida.and Military; Hall,J. B. ,Sanders,Lewishad Dee 20. 1S34. [19-6wJ] R. K. CALL President.
wiThin the of
[k 111 tbe matter can no longer remain in the public mind, as to the Territory J. L. Sexton R. H. -
A. was Ly your own actions LUMPKIN, Governor IS HEREBY GIVEN, .:
Plonst3cldlv! though contemplatcdly received certainty your coming out in opposition to me, WHEREASVILSO has repressed to Harfard, Lieut. Sherman, Charles E. the Books of subscription for the residue. ;

'eotl leT sie.* -This, then, cannot be a "complete not I to you. The excuse you give to justify this, me that Dennis Adams, lately of said Stat, has been Hawkins, Chas. E.Hawkins Sikes Smith, David Joseph L.Strickland THAT the Capital Stock of the Union Bank of

iti.7 tough one of a dnngerous compact1': to which is, that you "was strongly urged by every pro- charged by the Grand Jury of that State, with having James Cane Florida, wi.b opened under the superintendence'of ..
Green H.
er side James D. Thomas with Hayslip, the at their House in the
- assault Director Banking
of the minent man wo had acted with the majority of the committed an on Boar
tr.'!PUt"and question; and one too, to use your heretofore." I appeal to the people them- intent to kill; and that the said Adams being a fugitive Hinson, Hadley M. Theus Tally, 10hn'V.Hobby Simeon City Talabsee, on Thursday the 22d Januarynext. .
JoSe E.
1C'IlTtly" "back people ,
Janguage does not a from justice is now within the limits of Jefferson "
;v.:, "say "turkey tp you once." You say that selves justify me in the observation, when I say County in said Territory of Florida : Now be it Holaday, Lewis P. Thomas, David! Subscribers will be required to file their apmeuts :

In. > i WYltt did not bring over to my side. ten that.-1( s an entire fabrication, conceived for a pre- knowiii that I, JOHN H. EATON, Governor of Florida Hason, Thomas R. Ulmcr Umphrcy DavidVandcrford, Miss Nancy i. title papers to th property, and Clerk .

art < That "if he had to the ranks of text to come out. I have seen and conversed with co hereby, and by these presents require and Ivy, Benjamin C. ficates, at the time of subcribing.
gone Jacminot C. D. Capt.
Li- bleD'i vho him the nearly every man from Jackson County to Micanopy -I command you and all officers, Civil and Military, AllenJohnson By order Bord,
gave such character to Jones Mr. Walker,
a ,
'tti4en and detain him with- ROMEO LEWIS .
toT all within said Territory, to arrest CasWer
; received letters from nearly
have parts
finding and Ward T.
," I themselves in such company they out bail or manprise, within sonic common jail ; or Thomas George Tallahassee, Dee 20 9"fw)
:jet ure Cone over to the other side." Of those of the Territory, and have not yet seen or heard of else hand him over to the civil authority of the Stateof Kemp George W. White, Thomas ( J

onan rksI have only to that impartial the first man that wished yotrto become a candidate, Georgia; and are commanded on making said Kemson, 'William Whitford, Sam'l New Book Stor.

iu the TerrilOI' will say, every and but the universal opinion expressed by all was, that I arrest, to place him you in the custody of-Samuel Bras- Kindrick, John Wiuiams, f amcs, THE subscriber has open imr'
answer for me, say, Ker, R. B. Willis, John .> door South of Mr. Manet's .
nd I (next )
thereto the Governor
are iUiberal opposed to it. I did hear of three or four we'l, agent, duly commissioned: by -:
and untrue, and showing inStgross they and this shall be' Lane, John Wilson, Daaid.5.LaPatte an assortment of BOOK and STATIONARY, and would
ry of tU Stateof Georgia,
: Florida and three in Westof I = your
in East two or <
ingratitude and detractions, in gentlemen I authority and warrant for so doing. I Count Wilson Wm.Whitehead be glad to supply his friends and the community in
onr to lI1; at former active political opponents, that wrote Linn Mrs. Eliza John'Linn -. with articles in his line
'wh ,
h you should blush vitU shame ygur Said Dennis Adams is about twenty five years of general, any on rea
Cl ,i t4eflipt for your own flagrant violations of all letters to you last winter urging you to be a can- age of down cast appearance, fair complexion and oftolerably ,J. J. C. of Coart \Vhltt.tker.1om.' sonable terms. Although his armet 'is "not yet .

tyra of Prolr ety II null didate, some of whom I have lately heard from and robust formand about five feet eight or nine Lockerman, David Young, Miss Cat.henneLofLin very generalhc experts to make s by xhipmcnts aU
Was not
4, 5 iaa tog company. supporting You could inches high. Mrs. Agnes (139 letters-21.3w g ready made, and others t b mode.by the first vest'
e1 warmly you. .
into that are
loQwhe such company 1 Did not such they frends" in Gadsden .+. ++*. Given ufldcrmy hand and the Seal of theJfL Persons calling for the above Letters will please sels from the North .

,. V you ares: I do not mean in your not have had fay "prominent *: Office at the espial, this lt day of January gay advertised. I. G. SEARCY P. M. He ha also the Christian Alraqnaolc,published expressly
Detestable Leon and Jefferson Counties hereaetofore, since I am for calcalAted for the ftlertdinn ofTallahassee
cauC, but upon the floor of Con- 1835. Florda
- _lf I could be as regardless of orrect certain yo.u received no soliciting letters from that JOHN H. EATON Go,.Flo*. T For Sale. local matter relation.

Jr' Ytti have been in violating private conet pre- quarter. By the Governor, I have for sale a fine HORSE-rides well, and to the Territory, which he offers fa sale either by the

of El is gentle in harness. J. B..TAYLOR. grOss, dozen, or single copy.
eonH relation all remarks about the DualV17 G. K. WALKER, Se'cy, ( rJun.
prove JlsL' In your
last bf fOUl own a.dDU- 3 21-tf Tallahassee, Dec. 29,1834.-:20-4w Dec. 13,1834. 18tf AS.SUN
other tetter.
st I hare answered: Uf my .


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Orleans Packets.The 1 Qerardin WnY' NEGROESFORHIRE. BOW'AtfDtl
NOTICE. be hired, (in Tallahassee) for thecnsuing
The sdioooers LADY WASHINGTON I Watch Makert mnd Importer of English and WILL 3d of TONIO
'. Law partnership formerly existing between onsatuiday, tbe day January, JIIIXTU
: S John P. Booth and James D. Westcott. hath Capu P. H. SWAIM, & WASHINGTON I French Jewelry and fancy Articles, seven or eight likely NEGROES, belonging to. the AND !.

ttfl diaBolved by agreement.March. Capt. M. Swat, will run I received at their es Estate of Thomas Howard. ANTI-COSTIVE PILLS
:4 .. 1834. regularly during the season, every month as Packets, HAVE on Monroe-st. JASON BRINSON, Exor. N consequence of the ei
between New Orleans and and St. Marks. by Hie arrivals from New York Dec. 20 ((19-3w) I made to Impose spurious attempts .which br.

A CARDWETTCOTT Dec. 13th, 1834.1SCmsBOOKS a large assortment, among which ] &c.THE valuable.".1 edicmes on the pl1bIi,lt10na oI1he ,bot

IEt3LXI.fl. JrwioR declined a continuance In & STATIONARY. are the following: Watches, Jewelry, eluded on the necessity oj Confining Ike prOi'rittorAq.
the office of Serreltry o Florida.and accepted the Commiuion assortment Gold and silver Watches, La- subscriber has just reI I ture to as few ttahlidtrl azents asupply .J I-Iao
subscriber received t
a general .
.r U. 8 for tbe Middle Did that he might has : J1U'ITI L
Attorney nct.chiefly THE which he offers to dies Watches, Gold Earrings, an additional sup : the regular demands. A fuh

the devnta Law hid; and time be eterey inform f nil anft TYTestU*rtmittiplf in Florida to and the practice elsewhere of, his old customers AND at reduced STATION prices ART, among which are Breastpins, Fingerrings, Watch I ply of WATCHES,JEWILRT, SILVER Medicines will he conStantly kept byaupplJ or theta L

that aU buRinew entrusted to him in the Court of Appeals, in Chains and patent Keys, Gentlemen and Ladies SPOOKS,&c. which he offers whose names and residences are
nyof the Court of the Middle District, or in the Superior The Token for 1835 ; Guard Chains, Shirt Buttons and Studs plain and b for sale on his customary reasonable proprietor wishes it distinctly 'tnderstooj nnex ,
Court of Jackson And Franklin Countiei in West Florida, or Affection's Beads : Inkstands, not be responsible thf g 1cl1e
of Decatl1r and Thomas Counties Georgia, will receive tbe Gift ; cut glass of every description, j terms. Jor /?"tui,.mtj' triI
&c. Perfumeries of the best quality, patent TOWLE. sold as his by .
: most punctual and auidooai attention. Christmas Box ; Bronzes, FREDERICK any persons except hit ul.ior..J I.
: Tallahassee. May 14, 183t.DISTRICT _______ The late Novels v Pens, Ladies' Boxes of every size, Scissors, PocketBooks Oct: 4th, 1834. ((8tf) .Spurious mixtures have I-cfn nude and sold
QF MIDDLE FLORIDA. Baskets for ladies and children, Bead-Bags, The subscriber has employed a Walch-Mnker direct Herablc quantities. oy two physicians in IDCCaIi_

J" the Superior Court. And a great variety of India Rubber Bracers,Pistols, Percussion Caps, Look- from England ; and assures the public, that any work Uadsden counties, and, perhaps othc MOQ III
Standard and Miscellaneous Works; ing-Glasscs, &. &c. shall be done doubtless he imported from New .10 k l.Id'iI
JAIICS M. REYNOLDS, 1 In Assumpsitversus entrusted to him in his line, promptly T ana \_
t > Sthcol and Blank Books t of every description ; rallahn. ce. October 11. 'Ifm. (!!Uf) and in the best m.imicr. ***, '1. Those, therefore, who' wish to prou, t b'W
Rogers Extra fine Pen.Knives ; article I can I be s.tre 0' cpttmg it atlUineThe
is hereby given, that process IIf Attach Ink Quilts Paper, Tape, Scaling-Wax, above Estahlishment will be open for the re Storage fy Commission Business. following: iren'lcmenare \.03InJ'l-.L" 1

: been issued in the abote stated cause Pocket Globes, for Children} 4c. $ THE Boarders and Travellers by the 20 instant subscriber will receive COTTON- and Coops E. B. Pei kins. General Agent at !II iln:1.L' NJIlI.

.and made returnable to the next Term of said Court. I The subscriber also informs the public, that his Cm- .. JNO. MYRICK, ProprietyApa'acFicola THE Storage or dispose of Produce on commission. Kerr 'T.f. 31 nr cs. Agents: for Rt. t ar k e. I

The Defendant and all others concerned, are notified I. CCLATINO LIRKAI-.T is now oj-en, and any one can become 18th October, 1831. 10-3m His Warehouse is comparatively secure from .Times C. Eeelcs d-,>. Q' : 3'lIne
of the same, and arc hereby required to appear and a subscriber on complying with the terms. DRU4JS"IN :8 fire \v. C. MILLER. Gliding & Folsom, do. : .
plead to the declaration filed in accordance with the WILLIAM WILSON. FRESH Fefir Darius \V itIiaivc S Co do. "I"sonll.kl. J

: Otatute in such case mnde and provided. November 1st. 1834 12-tf_ Surgical Instruments, tyc. Mr. WM. M INF.R, T.dhhasscc, Thomas Alexander, do. Hickstown.
JAMES: A. BERTHELOT. J. F. Po'ts, ,10.
HAVE received full supply ol fresh Col. J Ab n A n'?n EN, .1.n! .rsi\, or Chtt:h het.
.Tallahassee. 2Sih October 1834. HSif ROWAND'S TONIC. MIXTURE I just a Pure Messrs. ;'II'CaLi J- :'AVI. .'C!> rlcston.STORVGK Milcolr.i Furc-ison, do. Thnm3sT !
Medicines and Chemicals.
Drugs, P. W.Gauiirr, Jr. do.
TO RENT, CASTOR OIL, QUWJVE, Sfc. PORT, .V.i/7E/R.4 & MUSCJTELLE IF/.VTJ, 't. Mtrlcn.-\-' 2'1- --, tAn.- ---I ZS-G.v.---.. Holmes &" \VilUams' do. 'T..n:1nnt.
VALUABLE Saw and Grist Also the celebrated RED LIOTBKNT" for Rheumatism in bottles, imported specially for the use of the BUSINESS.Tt JOhN I R ROWAXD'Pr
: Mill with other convenient &.C, 50 cts. bottle sick. \Veind & Snowden's supenor AMP T\. HE -ubKcriber !has sold }his Improvements Nov. 1. 14 11GrnStoring "pl1etor.

Blouses, situated for a family, with ninety arcs of .: uJAN 'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM," an excellent Medicine TING, TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL, EVE, DISSECTING the to\I\ of St. Marks, but wishes it distinctly
fresh Land cleared and under rood fencing For in colic, bowel complaints, &c 50 cts. bottle. and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cacs. miilorstood! bv his friends, that he has no design & !l I pi )g of Cotton.K..1.
: lerms apply to David G. Rancy Aspalago ; James "Dr.STOUSE INFANT DRors" for bowel complaints o I I it 4. STUaGl'.:' will attend
STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and !)1'i''aviug; the Territory' and has rented the building : to Stanl.'rm andCott.n
The bottle.
7\I. Harris of duincy, or the undersign. children, 25 cts. : Cnon-they will also
and Nurse Tubes &c. old him ( the eii-uiny twelve months under ild
Lancet Cases f3.nceOQ
hy or
situated river ETE SALVE EYE ) I.1 I
lescjibcd property is near Apalachicola "Dr. WEAVER'S 4- 2cts.each.. clltru tfth.'ir care for shipment
nn the neighborhood of Aspaho.SAMUEL. WATER,' J An assortment of DRIED HERBS from tin- .the expectation putting up! more spacious market in tim I'lu'e.! S!. tes or elsewhere- t, I

WILSON.. Dohr.h Ointment 37 per box. Shakers-amon
: Gadsdcn county Nov.25.1S34.-l6-6w Do. Worm Tea & Salvo, 25 (1s. each. Hysop, Mint Sane, Sweet Majorarn, bavoiy, of the lease. ar k'. _ Ort 41h, Ir,.'. ((8"or!. 0!
.1 Por Do. Tooth Ache Drops, 25 cts. bottle. Thyme, Cellcry, to.LIME. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.St. - ci;
-AI.so- JUICE ami LCMON Svut r. Marks Nov. Mth 1834. 14tf ...

.; A good PLANTATION in Gadsdcn "THE ROACH & BED-BOG BANE," which offers an SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CDRRY.Ennri S Liberal advances made on Cotton fir New OTE T1

I County, 13 miles fron) Tallahassee, 10 effectual means of clearinghouses, &c. of Roaches and >h,, French: and Prontis's Soaps and Per- York. J. B. P. ,

.nilcs from Quincy, and 11 miles from the Ochlocknee I Bed-Bugs. fumery. Mrs Miller's e"I.hnll"ll Scu i.'. May- -_- ...1" I 1
cultivation with Sachcromcters Hydrometers, Sugar Boilers, Thermometers lots of .. i' ,c. '
river, containing 800 acres, 700 in a I of fresh DRUGS, nard &. Noye's celebrate! INK and INK POWDER Murrains Bargains Bargains .\\ ,.} : .'. iOff .9
vertical with n general assortment > .
commodious Sl1ar.hol1sE'-A .irst rate \
large r"
; hif i ; -rtidefr I Baltimore I : : .
Sugar-Mill Kettles orhrge size, and all the necessary &c. just received by J ''. ,':' -
CaneA Oct. 4 1334. 8-Gm] Ur1list. E. B. PERKINS. an-! for; t.tlt. ;;,\. 'W rz>' h, u ;enefdl 8J1'tOrt.n'fj' .
Apparatus: for taking olin large crop of Sugar [ < :
UllU'rKR.IKS; ; : ofFrish =
large framed Gin.hous.e first rate nmnine-: cU',and NOT ICE. Tallahassrc, July Olh, 18.1.1._ : :_ [43tfl. C.-.U/S'IDU .r
A 50 saw Braintree Gin-A good Horse Mill. Upwards : Flinr, (this year's crop) '1 (

of 20 good Negro louses,all with plank floors, ALL persons Administratrix arc hcicby of notified DAVID that JOHNSON the under-, lair IrLOOK J\rl' THIS !JTi It.icon and Sides, New Orleans Sugar,

and all necessary Out-Buildings. The Seed purchaser ratis-can of the county of Leon, dCf'casd.1 intends nt the nr\i Pickled herring, Rice, Soap Liquors 'c. <
be furnished with Petit Gulph Cotton ,
March Term of the Court of said Lixi.Niuu:: : 1
J500 bushels Corn and 10,000 Ibs. Fodder} for sale on Spring [ ] County New Store Monroe-st. GIO. H.
County to settle the account of her administration, 1st October 18 H. [tfl i
the place: All of which will be sold extremely low and! such .\tzt door lo R. J. Hacklcy's JluctionJJlorc.O. . .
and her dismission discharee as -- ------- ------ --------
for cash,-will sell for ont .hlllf, cash, the will balance do well in 12 to Sept.procure 15, 183 1. (Ctf] MARY JOHNSON V* G.: H. LINDENRER(5Ea' J.MVCS notion thi In tile County Court of Leon Count.j Florida.Kurt'AHU .
ftionths. Those to pur-liase,
: ho has received schooner Ciiteritn. of B iltiiiio I i LOOCKEKMAV,
per )
call and examine the'premises which will be NOTICE. S
-e, a general and complete assortment of GOODS fs ? Assurnpit.EDWAP.D p- '. .: I
by my Overseer on the place, or myself, residing in the next January term of the Cnnnty Ghs- .j .; .. -. F:E II
Gadvku AT consisting of Pry Goods, Hardware,Chna and I.IRNUI.L', "0, i." ----c-. _"r. .: ', II... ',:1 .',
# Quincy Nov. ,1. I coantv.THOMAS PRESTON. Jr. for. the County of Gadsilcn, I will present Ware, Shoes, Hats, Groceries and Provisions, &c. &.!*. (lc -: : an.! all others rricru' II ;). .'.j!': .(" I"'.' rn t'l' ;: 'fl: r" ". '.*-.t I', j .- ..,,.;:. nlnzi.",'1"".
(112ICI &C. the said Court' for settle- confidence in tine attention of the THE ... .. r.. ; I
1 my vouchers, to I eel great inviting notified that an ATTACIIMI h.i- been su. -1 S. .: :u 1tHhJ", .1.. :"1 ... "an. ,' : ,i II""I""
FRESH GROCERIES. ment ; and thereupon, pray to discharged from citizens and country in general to this establishment out of the Office of the Clerk r.f ;:'i<- "'li.l l Coti-i, a..tI : 'n th.: r.i.r- i 'f.; ':..:r." ',.. ..'. ., ,.,'..... '.., nst. .'IoIt..au

TIle subscriber has htl received and offers the Administrniorsliip of i the estate of THOMAS S. as I am determined to mnk i every exertion to supplyall they are required to appear lUll} {,!'.'u> :t') tlu$ : \cdo1fl- itt'fT, .1.1-1 tlfI5Gt r.jlc' lt. f',. ;i.h"ul'J.,.a r.

BRLS. Flour REID, late of said CoUnty, deceased. whomay favour me with thoircustom with first rate tion conformably with the s.atutc.EOVAlO rCti.5.. i '-f the I ..:(.P..... ::t.lPfl,. .\'II ;h:' -c no.i'l II r
.0 JOSEPH McBRIDE. articles, and at such prices as cannot fail to give perfect CH > V _,I .r.rr: .!1:1r.. I.: ...u1t..tp1Ii.r ''.:;It. .1- ....1:,(::,: "i"tfl'1
10 do. Buck Wheat, satisfaction fill ho have reasonable : .. ._. ,
to w expectations '', .. L: 1..I..Ifi..t.h. t'.r.t. .'. '1.1\ 'I. .". ....I"
: '
Oct. IfiU13.11.. aw3m iPLANTERS'
lOlh, 1834. -[ r'o
July [ 'Y
4S-tfi .
9 U. ,
S dQ."f atfr Crackers, _* c'-- TalHhasw. Any f52tf]_ -- t. :;. .;. : :' \oa.\r. .,.
',' -thas'.e., _". '. "
25 boxes Th.isin h "

20 do. Cheo c, : _.d ; HE subscriber has token :'I. \ > ; -t. i :anI., -
With an ncS.1rtmpnt. t f all kinds of Groceries for S-li TION S t t1 tt T and tftkesthisopporfniit} "I'liii-.r ,>. :.,"- f.irmis
Bale at the lowest c..vh !wic' '. DE LA MONTEHAT'S COltUl\I IAN VEGETABLE and the public that his HOtiEiH '>e 11111 .> for rli.ir; reception
nE( ). II. LIXDENBERGER.December ; '.
SPECIFIC. tin: the 1st of March t ::1 .

6.-17if _ _ _ 'I' B"Jthc most valuable remedy ever yet discovered for __28tf_ _! I 01.\1: 'L :!O'E. i r' .... '_

TLQR1DA LL\D FOR SALE. JL the cure of Coughs, Colds, Ccnuimption Jlsthmn.Spilling .. i ... 1" t

imJorsign '>avinj pa-chased of Gcneral & CCT ION S ALES.-Thc snbscribcrhaving locaI of Blood and all diseases of the ft -east and t1...>':':tt.JJ 111J: +..lll...
TIE .ted himself in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general J. BOYD It !.M I;' ; :ttP.
Lungs. Prepared by Philadelphia.
Fnyctte, tbet..nshii> of hud in Florida,gran- :" allt... ft ifV
ted to him by the Cu5vrcs3 of the United States oflfei Commission business, regular sale days, Tuesdayand composes the disturbed nerves, pivcs strength to the 1 '.,.'.;.i,: t.1 r.f'. c'
the same for tak. Saturday.He Lunjcn, repairs the: Appetite,improve'' the Spirits,e.tc. -.J.-- "1 ..->
will n1so attend to administrator and oihersalcs Bill of Directions each bottle of the -
This land is situa'. 1 in the immediate neighbour- accompanying
hood of T ilah.i3! ':c-. ntilis bc'icvcd, for fertility of in the county. ROBE11T J. HACKLEY. Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous mannerall :I.'1) L awl :lJId \:. i' ,;".sJk1 lii,1, Rr.

toil 1, And local advAfi'ics: :.n be more valuable than March 23d 1833. of 33if the symptoms in their difii rent stages of the disease _.i fa>l. :in t'rfjdcrirlrnmtv. M. br C Ilttstrt
N. B. Instruments writing executed with
noatncss -
any other land in il I.. territorv. K. J. particular direction!;rcspectinpth" treatment while _::!; i conered 1 n; th i -. Pater v.ith i iri'ii.T Jiilkti'a.il .
and despatch bv HACKLEY. r
The fouthwe? ,i put of tlf. townsliipadi-iiixs thc using f, toother with many- well authenticated certi.ficat'of '1Iie :ilv- ; ''r ;s ort'r to 'her raic!! J z i

city of T.lln1n w:." from: which point to the shipping YSPEPSIA AND I IYER-COMPLAIN t.- cures, etc. =ate :n.cJ C..' to; ---,.cIi! hi>- p' ol..tirate l\i'l1'1I.\ .
port of St. Mtito, n disfxncc of ahotwcnty miles, Jl Dr. J. P. PF.TF.RS, Professor f Physiologico'iJe. In consequmee of the. nrcntnnd incre.'vsin demana .0\1"1 of M.-h} hive siricrp. > fIi [baiileI he slm! i 01 metoit
trail road is in cotitemplatinn to be made, in a short thine, who, for several year', has devoted his entire f'.r this! specific, the proprietor i i1; enabled to re'Uu'" the .

time. :attention to the treatment of e/iromc or inreUratc. dis. price to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling i tc-u-nr: *r./>"r.- SF1Zfr.vs 1st 'rhirl i SweMiag every desrription.f .
The the St. Maries river has been rrTCntlv has ncccdcd chemical withal the reach of all person ... f
navigation ot eases, by ;analysis and Synthesis Scro "2< and Ukr'r: f long *MmIing.
improved, to a point within six miles of the in fori; a combination from several proximate Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspoptic Pills.These ,i. FELL ::ipply ot! T :mdretUr superior garden, 3d Se.irru! <0i- (Jlanda'ar! Tumour?. parties!:?

floutficastcrn o.\1't If he township, which will afford veg<,tr.blc principles, to whirh hI: has given the Pills have been successfully used hy tnu! .-' lurl" and fl.'vcrsc'us just received. and warrenttJ .thofcliardetied 'umours in wo::cn.s' ;:rest5\vhidliJik.;
navigation for a cheap nnd certain transportation of name :1Clit"ims..omachi! ct Hepatica ; which has sands who can testify to their siipcriur cl il'\l'!. (ovr fresh ; l-y L. B. PERKINS. times terminate in ulcerated cancm.:

[rnduee. proud far more eiacientlhan: i tiny remedy heretofore many other remedies now in u-c) fir the cllr"ot" Dypepsia \ October 2Hh. 1 tf. 4th Felons or what; -ome :w.i\u\ know "ytile nrat
This land will be sol-1 l in parrels to suit those w shinglopurchn discovered, in rnrinj those dktrcssi'ig! maladies of in all their complic.VA
"(. nn a credit from five to e'urht yran, mind and Wy, which are spnorally comprenc.ide T- to tIC! de'ilitatcd! orsfiii' of tli! cstioi, rrpTtr: the app.- I -I1OWAND' 5th Hlipu'natie I'ainsof :Jli-?{j'J1utq. I

ct reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase willdAk lcr the sweeping tcr.as I D-IVKISIV and LnER-0 M ttite.reinovesmusf'a undsicknee\ of the stona.li, h.\- ; 6th Strains and Bruges; I.r .\ry description ori

application to either of the undersigned PLANTS-It is likewise an .il.nu&t certain cure for to, biffi'd c .. \.'rs.- hfi..a--h: } ;ilpilation nt' th.i heart, ; .TONIC MIXTURE. vr.atevpr pant situate

WILLIAM B.NUTTALL, lar emcnt of the SPI.EKV. all.t l ninny -tliti i < -.oiu. nlVcfii.nTii i '' **'iitailr nMrjpirv -"> A FULL supply! of this! valuable'medicine is just 7th :Tetters of all knuN. In complaint.: Ire pI..

HECTOR W. BRA DEN, Among; tlie symptoms of Dyspepsia Liveremu- ;, tiof ili: t.r sir!:.'n the WILLIAM P. CRAIG. nid and s.if ,'Tluiitie: : <. 1'i.i i. .. ;.,,
plaints arc flatulency, sourness or burning in tlio stomach : n ist; n : in uittIrink I hand. out of wafer-
Tallahassee, November 23d 1633. IMf I, melancholy, irritability disajrte.iblctaste ;ntl) I..- .-' \p-iMin to \\ d LIt' roll!lt"! wr.il. 'l-n' '!i'1I1. I IT n'< Wr.UAN'TED TO' BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL 8th Chilblains, or parts aflectoil l by front.
!CPThc Savannah Oiorgian, Charleston /.Vc/rttry mouth ; great irr"ejn.ilartty of appetite, which is *.r-ie. I. Ii'l!! ..f ;!h...e!ioiv M.dI""IIiP!! : \II y I.u.h box of Pihii : REMEDY >OR FEVER ASH \CIE. IF TAKES AGRr.EAhi.E It is alsa one of the best remedies H>r Cams K*

Jliijrusta Co' sfifjff "'J/if/ So-ithtrn: Recorder, .!Milledgeville I times voracious and at oihcr times jrrr-aily ricfl! .:.,. ,-.- ; .?h AVI'! fully etnbil11:: i, rP".rts.r TO THK DIRECTIONS. Reports having been eircuUted Scalds. It eases till pain and draws tile fire out io i l

Georgia: Richmond 'n7, rcrnnd Star, ltileili thirst, fetid breath, nausea neaknc-s uf the sf.,. n.-h ,in.) 11i" u. I! k'Jo'Vii; repi'tatJon of inevP's; for that this mixture contains arsenic, I am directed short time.

; ft. C.; will p-iMish the above'for eight weeks and forward and crucuvtious: palpitation; drowsi'iuss: i re ",''oniy .i.-'iny ycar-os!:e n/up/ietor (J. 1:0! '1), Piula; U.hll!| iI'enis > i the P, II.T'tor; to say tint these r',oil& ire uMeifyaideanil by For Infl.-mied Wonr.cn's Krcasts and filandolr.

their ne'tH.I1S this ofTiro. ____ of the bowels, pressure on the stomwh after r.-als it 1II1nec' ',:1"to five anv fllrll'-f'I' detail uf! I aIn .it,<> authorised to otIr a IttirarJ of 10-, S'wcUnrs.:: it i i-t superior to any rredicine yet knowsB
in the head dizzimss confusion tin A fresh llppry hru ) rt'ivucl.! pi-l for .sale the safer thaa! mercanlof
HI USK: ANP COMMISSION BUS pain or vertigo ; of in. ] jecn 000, Dollars to any one who will the exis:. I c. medical faculty It is much
prove :
WARY mind attended with th, lo' of !hv "l'n.intllwflr 'Iy t;:: C. PEIn-: material because iMi f
: .\APALACHICOLA, ELORIDA J >s memory, a ynswir.tin of the least p.rtl. !, of ArsenirIercury, Antimony, any prepartion of that ,)
the stomach}1Cn cmpiy, chiline&s! alT---''n III! T'I!! qgsct'. N.-.yj21i'! 15tf not lay the patient liable to injury from- eipoc a
__ .
The subscribers having: i associated themse'vcstoeelUcr i I u _____ ______ or any other (ioui.io.is' i1Igreiieiit in it.
under the stile and film or FORD & lIAR DIN.pUr11Ocp. sight and hearing, pain and wcaknn-.s: in t'i! <' nrk &il1; '., C:'h'i 7rtT rrr B-il Rope awl Twine. In order! to pt ,H lIt inlpostio.from; counterfeits, no cold. ,
transiting a Central W.1RE HOUSE aad languor, disturbed: sleep, cold tit and I hands! in mor. I I : authorised will be furnished This Ointment i has cured sores of many: yenn sfs
persons exe-p
uneasiness in the throat, cau-h, pain in the .sido i oj I KERR : STUKGKS OFFER FOR SALE, ngtnts byliePri.ictor ing. Where it is ifli1)O'sibC! or imprudent to hesi! I*
COMMISSION lluslntss at Apalachicola. Having j [ ; \-.itI. rl!'> llXt'I"C! to s.1! n:ain. I an;
made suitable armne-emcms with several vessels for breast, &c. 4!I : SACKS Liverpool! Ground. Salt, in s-.'uau"ut f:'ir .*I lil'i; !! ; FI.Jrida.1111 a.i :1s.u.11J. eternal sore, in co'i>eqn" ;'co of the !Lers lacliD.Ifari'

tho direct trampnrtatian of Cotton, .c. either to New The above maladies lead to organic: affections of tin 3)6)1. "* order ; I Il'jviiiii ;!I\t! (*,:.> ept a small K-t sold to '[1i. f:.. -kS,) UI or rof'e:, il \\ nt'pt| ( '.'1"-" Of tiC the c.1I\., '

York or New Orleans ; and )having facilities at all stomach, liver, and heart terminating in nrlJ' yGon. 150 pieces 42 inch Dundee lugging ; not a tingle bottle has been or will be sent, or sold !hy incrensetheju.mtity of tl.e .!ivhfwnsivp e. reHIUTt

times within their p\"er to mako reasonable advances sumption, Apoplexy, &c. according to the climate, habits 100 noils Oak none him, to any pcrvm iu Middle Florida, except to me : moJ.! nn.lea-jo tlll'ltan.j ; ,
sex, nnd iempcrarrnnt) of the patient. It tU! w.irst Felons! or \\Iiitiv- on aaappKh. I Icntin'
and age Jnenir.
upon prodnce consign to their care management; 250 lb... best Enjr'isl B.ieiti.rTvme.ro If hits bern discovered ii any mhU'.re cilt.l
they would respectfully tender their services and solicit Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Milledgevillc Talh!J Ang. 23d, 183 I. \l21f1FOn. Ri.ieund's, it U.IS' 'hurt fitc.. in oOJ.it; of Lie "'/I .io's ;(::itUti01U. If 1" "hanir .
a liberal patronage in the above line of business, Inventor and sole proprietor. All persons therefore, who wish 'the #:mln .>amasni: "!Iid!: 1:1\-0"turd!5. long as hetilkelO lo becosjd
pledging theur pcrwna! and individual attention to all Tts'im)1.illh.-Num certificates might be adduced Tunic Mixtni-e blmuld be cautious of whom iti;> systematic (oriler. reqairc1' medicine to
business consigned to them, either for sale or other- relative to the extraordinary cures perfurmet chase it: My label will be en every bottle! sold:,. me: wardly to remove iJisrn e tir'iy. Bat in dite&
-w by using! these medicines; but the following are thought; ern! PIECES DUNHRK!. BAGGING I-Qlbs esbyap'.lvin thiB! Ointment externally as
Their Were Houses and Close Stores arc undergoing sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical: to the yard.-And (l.ii'; ) COILS BALE ROPE, of : 211: Sole A-eut" fur Middle Fnrida.Nov : it will give relief And evfn in od! people! \ .

a thorough repair, will be Urge and commodious, From Dr. James Live, Author of the Medical Companion best quality, arc dai.y: evpe-tcd by the Subscriber, 1 5t f.- pains have been of longer afaiidin.?, it will ewe*

1. itualedin a desirable part of the town, and as ex- or Family Physician. per Brig Tallahassee. STOUAUISTRAGE! STORAGE pain.To I
.tf& *t from the dangers of fire as any other house, of a NEW-ORLEANS Dec. 20th 1831. Planters and Merchants can be supplied on the I TNtddition to his ware-house the sea captains and masters of vessels this wntajj. ..

aimilarcharacter, on the Point. To whom it may conctrn.-This is to certify, that I most accommodating terms, paya'-le in Cotton, Ac. must be very valuable in winter on our coast
WM. P. FORD, pate of Augusta, Ga.) have witnessed the 1 p-rr.U-n of Dr. Peter's McdicinaStomachicr JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. subscriber has recentlyiirected a.spr.eious build very cprt.tin in its ellVcts on Cliillilaini orpartsauw c.mtlk .
EDWD. HARDIN, (Apaladiicola.) el Hrpaticat in a number of very obstinate St. Marks, Sept. 5th, 1831. ng 80 by 23 feet, for receiving cotton and oods. with frost it likewise pros ves its qualities 10 a !

REFERE-YCES.-Stewart <*. Fontaine, Smith <$. Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long standing,likewise LEON TIn TIMOTHY( l'CAH.TY.St. A, Ofmost 11
J&rffan, J. S. Caltoun, M. If. Perry 4. Co. T. fy Jlf.Etant in several cases of the enlargements of tho pleen FLORIDA. '. Marks Dtcember27tli 1831. ifltr* A urge mass of testimony proving the value Dt ..
Co. WhitticJ Greenwooit Co. Columbus. the County Court of said Count ,. ,. r excellent medicine will be shewn ta thost
: fy and its affects were truly astonishing. I have no heuitation AND'S TONIC .ViLXTUIlE. Dt B'
Begirt 4KiifcLt'id., Jos. tfamVton & Son.John R. in declaring it the most valuable preparation James Edwin Stewart, J !I ROW ranted a perfect and lasting wish further information on application to

; fitkin. -New-York. for those distressing ailments that has ever conic with. vs. \ Attachment. cure for the Fever'and Atue. For tale tons or to nnuf' his authorized agents. t {;.
t I E. W. Gregory, Bogart $ JIa'l"fhorn.-N. Orleans. in my knowledge. JAMES EWELL, 1\1. D. Edward Barnwell. ) wholesale and retail, by"FLETCHER The above medicine sold by special api>ointffle
St John 4- L'nrf/u, T. W..Vc Coy.-Mobile.rtAug. the patentee and warranted n'ille.
Defendant -s.
} : Wilkes County. Geo. Jan. 1834. THE concerned, arc notified & WESTCOTT, Drvgtfst, .1l'padicola -
17. Htl UfC3 I K. B. PKKKIXS.: Daweuj
The undersigned can bear testimony to the superior the issuing of said Attachment, and are required Florida le H.
. NOTICE! efficacy of Dr.-Peter's Medicinae Stomachicac et' He- to plead to the Declaration conformably with .1 I her.by appoint Mess.Fletcher and I Tallahassee. February 21th

& T the next July Term f Gadsden county, the palcac in the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaintsfrom the statute. EDWARD CHANDLER, Westcott my agents for the sale of" Row- REMEDY: FOR RIIEUl\L 'rISM.
f IK* .tIl accounts and vouchers of HEwitT W. TODD administrator personal experience. WM. G. JOHNSON.Dr. Oct. 1st, 1831. ((8.3m) For Plaintiff. I 'ind's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory I decrepitude ana dt1/or'THE

'. of Jon,c IL TODD deceased, late of Gads P's Medicinae Stomachicae Hepatiae are put up NOTICE. I _ Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, k I excruciating, and the pain-the old age, which! are e
; den wll bo said Court for final in parcels wi'h full directions for using. From : Western part of Georgia who able furnish premature Wit/
county, presented to a one H&subscriber returns his thanks to the publicfor ; arc to I usual attendants of the disorder arc suffered DJ j
aettlcmcnt oi the rml of said administrator. At the to three parcels will be necessary to complete a cure. T the liberal encouragement he has received I the said medicines to all who may apply to them on from despair of a cure, or diE'arpointmentlDIrtthiJ

tame time, the said administrator will apply to said The price is $5 a parcel.A since he has been in this place, and solicits a continuance as favourable terms as they can. obtain from the pro cyofthe numerous pretended antidotes to.

Court for a discharge from his Administratorship as great quantity of the above very valuable preparations of their patronage* Just received per schr. Delta prietor himself." Signed"JNO.R.ROWAND., purpose. But those who have made a fair trial ofDII.

.Afcresaid. JOHN J. ADAMS, will be kept constantly on hand by direct from New York,A. general assortment of Wool ." LINI1'even
for H. \V. Todd Administrator E. B. PERKINS Tallahassee Philadelphia Oct. 24th 1833." JEBB'S CELEBRATED ; '
Att'y 21tf
len, Staple and Fancy GOODS, Shoes, Hats, Hollowware and of the most '
Nov. \Vho authorised of --- in cases of long standing
.VI either
834. indispose them wholesale
Ctuincy at
US-Cm) -
or retail on as rcasoruUe CdBery, and Iron-mongcry, Crockery, 4c. consisting NEW STORE. character have received certain relief;aud DJDIgnlll'
terms as they can be
A.JIDldl.VISTR.1TOR'S ofblue black and brown Cloths !
.'VaTCE.ALL obtained of the Also ; blue black, been cured in a few days, some in 24, hours a. fcf
proprietor. by subscriber is about ert
to establish himself
drab and \
double milled Cashmeres Cassinetsand who
having demands the of grey ; THE per and vicinity,
persons against estate Doct's. HOLIES"rLLIAMS Cambellton & her of j in Boston
in persons
} McGriff, deceased, late of Gadsden Co. M HALSLET 'Druggist Sattinets ; English, French and American Prints; I Tallahassee as a Merchant, and merly afflicted with Rheumatism hare verv in I
notified : Appalachicola. black Lustring and Fancy Silks and Silk Shawls Gro will open for sale in a few days, at his store opposite tne
Florida are to present them duly authenticated JO3. PRIESTLEY PETERS. fled. Certificates are in the pos3Csioc oj. b1
Office of the
de Nap &c. Jackonet Swiss and Mull Muslins Floridian, a small assortmentof CUt
within the time law ; and surprising
prescribed by or they will beforever'barred ; tor, proving the most thorough beIS
; and all those that are indebted to the The following we few among the many persons that 3, 4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a superior quality ; Hats, Clothing Shoes, Brushes, Woodonware, meanof this powerful LINIMENT. n cases "
Above estate, arc earnestly requested to forward have been either eniircly cured or greatly benefited Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths ; a general assort Tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hardware and had utterly (ailed.DUllFRIE'S .
come other applications
within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Pe of Shoes Cutlery, Sugar Cane Knives approved
; make payment on or by the first day January next. ment ; a variety of Crockery Ware, Hollow Agricultural Implements !
ters' Aledicinx Stomachicre et. Hepaticre within the Ware, Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also Cognac Brandy, Rope and small Cordage Kitchen and Housekeeping EYE WATER arJ
., MARTHA McGRIFF, Administratrix. state of Georgia.Mrs. Holland Gin ; Sicily, SherryPortand Claret Wines Utensils, Carpenter's, Cooper's, and Smith's: For sore or inflamed Eves, gives iraaiedir e.1J'
Administrator. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. with many other articles too tedious to mention. Purchasers Tools of all kinds NailsJSrasa Goods, Locks, Bolts, relief. On recent sore.eyes, the effect is r.
Novembers, I IH31. [Htf] Mrs. Capt. James Willis, dd? arc invited to call and examine for themselves. Axes, PocketBooks, SI1l -boxes, and Fancy Goods, ry.-Where the complaint has been of year"J

.,: TO THE PUBLIC. Col Wm. F. Bond do. ALEX'R. FORMY DUVAL. which he-is disposed to sell on reasonable terms, and and in some exceeding bad cases,the .most Band aJ8 Jlbi

following Certificate from R.A.Greene,Esq. Wayne WTEglaiMis, Esq. Laurcns. Tallahassee, Nov. 4, 1833. [1JtfJ] respectfully requests an examination of his Goods. desirable relief has been found ** fjaj
7 THE to his Excellency William Bryan Allen, Esq. do. GEORGE LANMAN. eye water. after every other remedy had.fatedbesi p1 re-

Governor of the State Geoagla, is for Lumpkin the ben-, Co}. John W. Porter, Morgan. NATHANIEL TURNER, 'J I I Tallahassee, Nov. 1st, 1834. (12-3m) ersons who have used i ir, pronounce It < etiAaration ;
.:. sq. !nfortf Chapman Esq Jones. vs. l Attachment.In Superior for theso complaintsthey e'eoflo g
N. B.
.. .efit ef(hot* afflicted with to purchase a likely NEGRO Bay,
EDMUND SMART and f Court, Jefferson infbmatJOD
Alexander Irvin County, in of or
Esq Washington. about 12 or 14 of specially cases soreness
C el. Geo. G. Mathcws, Green. 34 WILLIAM KIDER. J Middle District, Florida standing. Price 25 cents a bottle. oatsiJ 8
"A aenantgiri of mine, who h.d for sevaral I the
years defendants Mjfned on
and all other persons interested NOTICE. None are genuine unless .jQpES
laboured under Dyspeptic and Liver Affection, and JIDMWISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE take notice that suit has been instituted as : 4 T the next term of the County Court of Leon printed wrapj erby the peTe pripiietorT Con'flJIInmcdato
whose life I had diipaired of after the trial of several ALL persons indebted to the estate of BENJ. G. above, returnable to Nov. Term of said Court, 1834. l1L county, we will apply for Letters of Dismissionfrom successor to the lata Dr. W.1'Jr *qg. Cop(

t&jrsicUns to releive- her, was successfully treated by ALXEa, are requested to make immediate pay The Defendants l are required to appear and plead to I ths Administration of the estate of Henry B. Fills, For sale at hw Counting Room over N fk hisspO-
: DoeC. Pcrxai of this place, -(\1illcdgev Ue) whom I ment, and those having demands against said estate, the declaration therein filed, according to the Statutein deceased, late of said street,near Concert Hall. OitIJo.and also 3-
consider pre-eminently skilled inthexe complaints. will render them in.1 duly authenticated. such eases. county.LEMUEL BRUCE, cial appointment by !sr.


'Mi1Lc'd'me" Geo. June, 1834." -Nov. 15Ch 1834. (I4.8') With the will annexed. November 17th, H-L5tf Tallahassee, 18th Sept. 1831, (6tf j Tallahassee, March 4, 1831.



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