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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 8, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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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ATTORNEY AT LAW. THE FLOILHUA. and though the iron clamps arc f 'one which )* _

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fastened the vh'ewn'stafie's h'
rt'j)jCt':11ar'JI; ; 7 1 i5.: OlfrIh columns stand togetler, yet the" .. .i
; .*! majestic and unbnkeo, ami4'

\. B. 'I"'I."PIIENSIUEL the ruin around them-and seem I to defy Utb -.

Htarnf'i at l aU'. "LAISSEZ iron teeth of time." '
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( h 11' li; inUuiney, Gadsdcn Coun- N9US AIUE. Through the arches at tho ri }ht I could' <
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Jni tul V tice m the Un P&jjensa discern the ruins of the
fiiintly
JlA iic ba' h9 of Tituion

.1, ." (r.ui Courts ufGad..dtn, Leon and j 'YL arr .L SlBItg W( S Q US \ "\DILl '.ytu [ the Esqueline; and from the r fell through
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J"Itt.In Ct1ws 1-tvcar.: I _. j! every chink and cranny of the \vt II poured in .

J' J.I --, k FOIl SALE, > U tti'.O.H ;| the brilliant light of the full _
j\-I ( ( rI""r .' II 13 1' soon casting gigantic :
J l h 1 ) I liiil: : THE Plantation' b Ion ins; to the -stai 'L I r : .
ITtlRSfr .1T -. iir. iisipBP: of the late \\'in. J. M.inlilin! !yn within D' ,KEMANS', "",'I"' fully lllf"rras Ikei:,,,(n3 m shadows around me, and defusing a i ;;;.':
( \ : and
'c(: 1 ,.- 'ted l.miM-h"II' M.intircllo 1 JrfleronH I jSlKttuA nile mIle] Oj-t thc| ojitpith' River and tw h, '\ ill spernl the rctha.nJer$, the of public the ,? ;ncral, ih.it I IS soft silvery twilight through the long arcade. ., .-
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\1\ WHAT SOLITUDE.
-v Flont*, 'lIi'r< Ins iTofrsMOiialMiU p'i ilc! of Man.inna, consisting of f>6n acres of oak amhiik'ry ,ny and the Light H.-ua-, umnicr in tin* j, At length I came to an opening where tbcfarches : ;.

.." loll.: "llI..dl1-fl' ''I I. lilt' frruiory' .-ntUy.! H* I| ) Land, I3U of which arc clclrcd1111 in cultit 'he found'. f..T n short (lime at cmjunctively.nl the 1JC m.nv I, [Br C. F. HOFFMAN.] above had crumbled away leaving the) '
** I"" (.1 of the Comities of L'--n, t I I'a' 'III present City I Hotel fpavement :
.1 ( .mils the) -, Not in the shada '
He 1114' .
*' rr.tcurc.' 1 I'r.i.lvHi; and tho Courts of Tlu.niasif j This! Farm: i is dcf-mrxl onc of the most choice in diaiiff.their in ierts colour -upl thle teeth which will nui wood an unroofed terrace .ligh in air* ... ;

?>'rn rV'i ,I' <,. I HcViMY tender )his service"M' J.-v ksoii county -I It is pleasantly situated and ailunra-, : n.uurc, tlii v.i: I.t cay and which so ,,-rVr|. Not in the rock-ribkcil glen, From this point I could see the v\ hole interior
.,..- L,\\"r.'I.s .: | d "s i&fl"l w.itci-eil.: Tin- I ; .y imiuif they c.nnotl'e delected by tl.c Nor where the of iho
I'f'n' '" a. a "' )4cctir. ail T j.j : : j y Dwelling Housiand Oui-IIou '-..c..t obj-erxation, Irom natural sleeping echoes brood amphitheatre spread out beneath me, > .
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: ',II' tll:111.1 att-ttjh.; Oif.ee: ii I\ Munterm- nif m p'(>d order, and uro bull only one li'in.in recommend lean. He w, UJ:; I, In caves untirKl I half iu shadow Si
Ui4- half
i I' .''* 'v' J, ;.1..1. I I. vauls from lhlcr.It"IJ free stone t Springs. a.rioriJ.ii: an s. lo. notice uf. the public in imnmtl ; by men; I) in light wit!, such a soft -i
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j I IUld.flCC cxuacimg: iiruuniur.l ui.ich: ho ue?, ivhirh, I Not by the -swept) shore and indefinite outline, that it aeemed less
:' : ( : i ;". >cool water, t\nllIlI: atfrncd hy the jnn,1t attach the an r* 3:
: u.s a t"
I' sh.ift I
( (1'I I| :-t viv ,]It ouht onmieiMcil, u'ith tinilwellinir I IMUSI I key nt .prinr'lie instrument 1lIllnn"r. that acts upon the Where loitering surges break, I earthly reality than a reflection i i the bosom \ : .

"-J-O II i J. i.f:1I( r;rdeu of ihreo acres, with a drape '\ rluur) frniii slipping: afrr it has been tu prevent the iu'turnout : Not on the nuniiitajn, hoar. of a lake. The figures of several persons -,:
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(11'(11.1:1' J..1Jr,) I ..nJ a o "if't'I 'lection of Vims now luxuriant bear. o.h applied to the 't'
obu.u'nsr below
thereby Not
( a source of by the brt-ezelc&i > were just
::rt'/ tr.t.ii Uuitiry t.. AJ'; :J'.'! \crr''t Bay.M ill;; Tho place i i- perfectly healthy, an-j (,ul} fifteei.iif quently i alici.ds ih: : deh-atc accident whHi \ perceptible mingling gro.squely ,
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I I \ 1 i'r<." il f r ''V ,iM'-i"l i tinCourts \h?ld\ at th*' ; ii, >w fpini ihr Ciiau.ihoochee River. ( $. rcllrtucfill oper.Uton..iM.faciory Not 0:1 the desert plain'I' with their fore-shortenod shadows.t .
ne yiven
II atim'V.t"i; j j1: .11111.aud'! ; : i.? alii.d ,1 I If the l'"rchu.rr: wishes, there will be sold with th! Atuust I I. TlifUoct. if desired. Where: man : never stood, 1113 sound of their voices reached me in a :

D .jI. A '\ T iii t iha! ,..'t. Liners ad- I IMcUitnlion. >ll the necessary Farming Utensils a .---- whisper and the .
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', ; that
?". ; -' Whether on ise! or main- ; cross stands in the
. atti ndd' to. cm-ill stk fCaitlt-I sto.1-of Hi IIor:50t',. Mulrs Hidiard lilount
/"." ." \ t ; n gs; '
,. !: i in. j Not centre of the arena looked luo
: TvTt1.l-JJ-fllii: J a-.da \\'a -n-Alsn, a first rate Cotton Gin ; liken I 1 icin'or.u, pnit-isi :1.Ll H'nics there is Solitude! a dagger ,
t fpl jvc 2.500 Imslicls, of Corn, and acorrts1ndingqwtu .a iluin I- !u : -sv thrust into tho sand. I did nc t conjure up ''. b
-- I II ISOI : AJarks and the .
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V j( titv i ,,1' P"ddl'l' saioA.i'dmjj county. He may oV- There are; \Sf&d i.J 1 the past, for the past had already become idea*-' t i

HAMLIN V. swELL1.,.j.2 r h U- :rets( ahe) and I' \\ S .I! ill i Ius 4ftc.when not professionally; Voices irf loileiy Atysv- tit kd with tho present. It was beforo me ia" t ;

ir L.HI', .l1.. si Ut tile CIlI1VC\"lel r.Vjc rjnfias.r.! :'ipply ') cllb elj. And thaJt one of Us visible and most majestic form*
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JNO. tn the
S'WALL"AdmV.Marirnn. hours
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"I'. .J. IO'. 1 DM-. -Jl I >t I !*' : ; .\, Flo. June 20th, I IF3.1f; 6 A In earth's mnsi s.ecrct cds! ; arbitrary distinctions of time, year?,

,. ,:.i'it; ..v."l'1llltE'lJJ.S.. : D. W1>T"KIKKPATKICK ':r _rThi <1 ir nville (?; Mountaineer) t\n\ 'h,- {. J. hUNTER There i is lit .- on foani-decked sand age, centuries wore annihilate I was a
Lr'p 11 I r"!ii :i.-lrston; (S..l'.) Ad citiscr, will give iheabov<- >iinst i\ ) 1 FI'! Il.> |III, : P, ,fe;ional services to the citizens citizen of Rome! This was the amphitheatre

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;: 1l:.;Tr.st. I II I us. .if on the Meridian road, six miles North ol And life on the siill!I lake's strand
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: A !1.\ 11 :'nI ,''c' p rc.1! *.,in1 1, .1)\\) ri-H I FI4LAIIASEE JOCKY CLUB HACE-- fe&sionally UMaliassuwhen engaged.Tallal.ass., -. he may bc found when not Fro Mid the flu\\ cr that o'er it dip; ruins Midnight:; of the is Eternal the spirit City of! the pst: amid tbo

'::11: I ..1' YC\1" .1.1, lt 1aittI. inll, ..1hlII Juiif 15lh, 1833 45 ,nw There H hie in tie| rocking pine?,
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I. That .
: sigh 1 the
011 mountain's
'! r-' 1 Fhriiia. crest, From the London Courir.THE .
.- ,1.1'" Uuuwy.li.u'.siMii l413 \ 1: \V GOODS
:. \: 1'.i.", .'. iWaiuroouirv. ( Jr.-, t'11'1- i rHlIli I; And lite in the c'iir.er's mame that shillcJ! I t LITTLE BOY & HIS A'PENNY. .
ij Hikv nbt-rs '.
I .. r. i" a. "...'.. *v J1 *b4' 1. J" \tr.I -. .t >7 'Ja:- 'olll' j JL jnivals a .r 'er.1I'I\ 1.i.viy revived by sundry As he scours the desert's breast. I was standing, one chin: a retired part of
.1'1.1.!. .' <*'a*' '*' i''t' l'ill: .** nuy '-*11"within) tin a".orl'(1 t of F.ircijrn amijoimatK
4 : I -O' d' pt..l.1'1Irtlc' >>. .4M.ii < vt-iirs, ami; I >. ?(O> Ij I t l Dry Cioml.-, j 11.I ..nI I ware, Groceries, Prnvi- Westminster Al)!))'. [oi.King! at the monuments, .-

\ '. .. :.1.11"' ..|.4to !In' HI f'-a'-i'! vhit-'u. w ill !11'U11W
; ,1.:: 'j' ii'". .''' to 11- '.'I'1111' ( h.ii) I t.1'1'' I .i-rn It4I W.tie, Casting '. I IKMI, Cut 4n Iit inr, n.lle Il4 nc Mid the busy haunts of men, I''''I or eleven years old. J He wau; one of tho f i

::1 .: I'i. U;" '" .1" :1'\. m.. 1/1 It I ,' i. :d i i .tI i wine ; \\ hch tliey, flllyr' I'm f'r Uashor ir.pujiV.tiial ; Go there and ask thy heart, sweetest and prettiest children I ever beheld.
1 1'lhtlilllt'rS I
Any business -I
: astlii .*'.IS..H.d.t. ii t ommcted I wiih) "II'
}'\;''"\ 'f.till'1'i -MI: '1'd, \\i cii i J. ,%.1, :o\h. UI A. NNUAL met! Hg t for I.-" "!, wi'l i ': r<' m-.Kiirc OM! I, "vn-n-ii, \; il!J be .HtcI.". d to at 'I- fhL1i.tScC! by Wtlj I What answer.ma kea it then? Hi i i3 line countenance was bright with expeotritian.

." .; I, 4 ". "I, ti" t'.tl'ait"f.\Ultlw-'tah' .ll 'lIe.d! 'y, PL.-'; ''IIT l.lth. a".1! <' .: tin: .1C ", i.iv. : j I 1 ii.uu h.err. Ay! !: I) where veatu. i.. flinging and lilted up with smiles cf anticipatedenjoyment.

}I I.J \ : .1- "II';' t" 1'111'! .. n \.as :';' 11c! 1 1sc ,k!. I 1..1 l P.IY .\ > Wf j' S.IM.-S! | j f. 'i/: 'n' t-I C .I! .;".. KRK: : & STL'FICJKS. Her golden lu around, There was something so engage

t.\. I 1.11.: (.J ';:.I ( JI''II. J 1u' 1 f'.t..l't., .,t.I is I F 1.ltk 4. 3 i il( !\. .! --' uli-rripfcn jj :" (;-i .rl i1 S. \t ti S-. '.1zrk.1u'v! !11 I 1 I., 1 1":!::. i''-2ni Where the
his
i r":.t ,. '. i 1r ., fl'iI' HI" 1.1.1 J 1:HJUI f' .'\r.llI.lft. i T 1 cKi ,c :'.!Jili S ','t. .1.li i name ihc! J.ib.. !I..f ih I .tn "- ----- trump of fame ii ringing, 1 l ing III appearance that I continued to foU!

j .:. ':.. "y i g .u..i.{ ,I/t. iir hy ... UiUir] ( Jfil|',,ti.( f.v. j <>*v 1.A 1 li'ck, I'. M.Jd 41X '\tth-. tt.-r ilati I .hihl,1y'| | !If'II'jl.III'I l ) Where pleasure's wiles abound.Go .-; !11 nw I hi.11 with my eyes, as he went about sur.

i.'. .i J-' .:',"!._:.... A''' i"'i-s trHiiaMt: iv Cii \ 1 i t I P.iy: \ r. !t-StHk'-s f- :ior any I : o'! "", >.J: It.,., I-!5 ii.d.< 01 l *ic ( '.tlll\, C"III'1I1! Lt fin "-"IInT1"1' I j j -if I thou wonldht' be Innrly'h're 1 l vnyinir tin* different objects} that presented

.*,J '. ,...i I. .' j! ": ii" It I 111'.I ,.. .. ,II I III' i! :e oJ .'.aid Uur-I phantom Love i wooed, I
nil: '. 1: :h' "a. :"' Uhllf"2d il y h.I. :., .I st7i{,\.
: and\ tLe d.l Dt h ,.'. 1..d. J And) own that there-there \ havmi! !lo.iked about for sometime, & ,_
..j t 1 : : \ ..11'1!t. r ttJ', it\, I'II1I..Hd1t.. t dl 1.1.1 t I Let. luiaic J I": i' 111 I .Ct } 1 GTZI : liritNLY, A.lm'x. only-

: '. .1 t..}. 1\'t..tUl.: "j1, lh i.y J'I U" .l'niu 1 i H:1. I j r. '1 -I 1.1'11--; >'o'.Mtv Ji'l' _- '__!1-';.> 4NITIt O'.v MId crowds i is Solitude. Alight shade of melancholy passed over his -' :

,. ., T. : ,. ::1.11,1:1..1': ':?.C11 i: ,.f r. I 11.I 'lu;'. I 3.'. P.n-: --Jo.-ky Club! P : M $ iOH, 2 cjtc heats-I I _E._ _. ___ I I r l rem. like a cloud dimming the mild lustre of '. .
', .' 1'.. \ ... i"% old llt1p.t.! ,I n,.JI'.i. wt t.! : EI.I r.II"I ?'JJ'. -- bfiuitilul The
,..",'II".1,:,(a UI..1" : \1 11l I1bl 11..1. ,lJII' j' \ ''Il\ j -1 II O.u-- .1 .'.:kt' Club 1 I'l-:. ", ';,00() :< nrkheits- 4 ': \ ik> :ifi 1' r diit', wc >inli I i ';plv to 1!.'' Count From the Biltinmre Patiiit. j I.i spri.ig morning. expectation .

I ( .' :. I :L tii. :.ii..i .....IU"t n1' i'IC.r1..Ir..' j i'.ziia'ct: >.;'>. j" lt ii.i i-f t J ':' i viii ('t'IItV; f''r L 'fis 4.f A-'iriiin- ROME AT MIDNIGHT. t the curiosity the anticipated jnyinent had ; .:
,' .., ) ;-ii. l. ProjinKMN, Pu ,) j'ii It4j. I mi!> b l .! i.. 0'1 i i :' i an: of'I h.rts C'k d. ., d I 1! tl-d. bad ielde l that
t It ,.',.. .'. 1 l'r..u..ur..r"u..t.: I .1'1 I t_: ".:'-1 tuJ ay \ neiia- "y, !- i[:BY PROFESSOR LONGFELLOW. ] They gradually } > to subdued
< :3 b ? in "--rntcann ". : II.l: ,;lld'IIPT1I(1' !' ( :;' i\ l IAN: >nLi'ti :
:: '!. : .fr. 1" .T- nu.irN.I.. -ji.: r > I and chastened feeling which the .
It i is The I only
\lI.r; 1'..:, If!'" .<'i I..' li *ye sul.l tit % ciyliit I ; I f ifi' uL .cr"J .,i-. '1) citl. -rof iU,, .It\.. '-'tai.! FET. .\l1 I CHOKSJCV.' ) [ I now Lla.t midnight. moon is full ,
., made K:1't.ill.. (. "i;,' : ;;io f. :T: d. I n 1 :. July I..ti and bright, and the shadows he so dark and; dtillne-s t ol this place, and the mournful l memorials
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: J .i.itujiv"ici ifiii. ho h.iv: 114 'Ji.iJ "I f 4Mt < by: s-< .1 Ptopriii.-r atTallahasste _ _ _.- _ _ I I
1 I'. ",,,t' ...1.1.1'1' 11:111, the 't <,l' .uiy uthcr Jii.r.sf JJI viny tni :+':' nti! >. '>t' L >'- p!' iul r; tl-...xti --- -'----- massive iLl the streets that they seemed a part L of departed[ souls con*.)ire to produce :

.: ..'- ,',-.1' .14 ". f' 'j \ f ', J 1i.vesr, ,1' 1ny Op..,.,..' I i Hc. t r.N:!: W.\ 1. '.yi, PI .p.it-ifrr. IIEHIU ( S. f fI o f the walls that cast them. I have just returned in every g"neou. bosom. 1 j .

::' ::. I.. t1\ t "; ...i1i I..t l..4 :H1wT 1ClI t.uu..uHf Ji.lv3.: __ -.iii i- :: .''11' I A lL I'K'.V hM.'I; -- "t' n tI.IIIf': .ie.alrrd Htnirfnr II II.ti" IIi j from the Coliseum whose In the hurry of his entrancE he had no J :
J L ,:.;: ,l'J."Ji h'u, ('t'Z' IIj.l(1.: Y.l. FlI! Ft4j. J ""H. tilt.lrl't'of I'riratc Land Claims.C -- >. -, .ii a \uy 'f d..I.,1; nn'I' I ruins are *omuv
i thought of off his hat but
it
taking seemed
w. p. JOq.f:. f r : '1' i' ,iid, ,d tv tf \ > II I li- .'m.11"ttl" f OJJ1 I ILLUR[; & PUT).\\1. I : ,'lluu".ly beautiful by (noon-lii!ht. No ; i i

'T.1t' : ("t'M' ri "f I rlcpn'ii-, \\;\" :'Hr'L, I J ; ;i. l"tJlllll.i..I..tr..ftl: < n.ui-- ( .:"li 1 'ffle.. I!; __!. Marks. JII'II,. I -i.: 0. >w I' st rin'.. ir at Rome omits tlii- midnight visit; ; for as it it now oe.urrcd: to him, th.it there \\as t i ian

( r ,! thl" v.1 11 h. .( r.'t.I:1.. a'i..-.- ;!.- : .1 \\ :.. -. ::t'll CI j. : .i f.l:: r o : .t 'nrf.'t.i11 .s_ .t I .NOJ'li E. tlKiUiih then- i something unplea.->ant in hay 1 impropriety i' wearing It in S Jell u place; ,

,t 1'\' l. "htl.:11Ud1c..Jt.. :: : t'. -. .... .i.: i! i(IIIH. i 4. :, j tII.: I : t !\ 10 '.:.MIdtcl).<. IIS 0!" t1 JIO *"M., : '! < ltr, I' lllfi 1 1I.'tr' admiration f forestalled ; ;and be took it ofl" with so n>v,.rent a ( "
one's bearing
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,I I t 'I\I iitIhly! i't''' \ .1 'I J. :; ",1"'.1 !HS! 1 i t ultt.t lInd! ." tiiesi J: ;lI:1.J: y $T'r"l l l" .lMn-J MI my l'C'lIUIS M a't I almo.-t flinried ]
the
.- ..M : J i.-1. 1"1, .is Adi .triiiixf it romantic: afoiethought the charm i io. wards ci'tlii, Patriarch
\1. SI" :: al h.r"J.i -tri. K i-nn t. in .ri" q nu i ':ui1 i j ''eia! i'r..otNu1 Lnni dt! n'1.l ; e' !! iiii : the Estate ofi wre yet J
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?i'J' C "> i.lWt f tIet.3" -, MJ.- GfotVH 1. 1'. 'In''lie, :An'-.ji I H.ic-tih, 11 ,.ry I 15.: |FrtJir. ...x.Md. to the H II. the County :i so ;ovrful! and sublime! ; the hour the silence, 'how dreadful l is this place: this i is none 1t
I i '.1! i M 1 .'!i. .., .' .t. I.i.i.r 4ifLijii C'.4inv. m.i! ai.*ly f a di..-liar.-! : ther but House of God
M. A.iksbTii: v : e u t:fI.tlll.\J! l CI .mt'7. G <.r.-- r.ulIlJ.C'-lllil" ,v .-, i I':. ; i and 'olossal l riiius have such a raa. tie ; ar d tins is the
t :\ .1\. J\.11.I.UIncu.: I J. ii.!.I'ili'ip it I : Y".I'J.JI..q I 1.lhrl..1I1 i : Jiilm1'iCitf ::.LI/.\ :\ UiaCE. Adall'x. trry j jov I Ga: of lIe J !
] ju z. e Lvcn, were passing his
: I soul thnt through
I lI !' : Ptit JS3.V: t.. are disarmed when | .
S r1.i -i f..I. r.: .\ '1'; o 't. -ss.: 37i It' ,, IIMI-J': !P.-i.i-'d; : 1(11..1P i .i HI'S: hri.s. ':'.1:1\;: you .

: r.: d .iI: -i :< 'J., 1'cii C .. /or/r 1H'. f" ri ,> : I f.,t .(t..j i\Vjl h: un to;lh! en Li. *il. h 'irs oi 1 Fiaicis: > 1'. .It. I 1 10- II .).i your guard, and betrayed into an i ienlhll mind. H( moved as if frarful of breaking1 lhe I
I '. xorn i;. solemn silence; that withi.i. the sacred .
.hrt.id\uki..tU-lIk.1 | I ii: V'- .-4iU'rt.; in(4l! 'i.ult: ili t.t.1 d. 'I.lsm which pcthaps you had silently! ) resolved reigned i
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.-: '. '\tt.1 Uiflnfi..uiu 1, 'I! \t''nUIl t and vouchers for On to th- Coliseum Iro sed thf1
wHllcine-it. my wiy
vvrtMiiid: or. :* jutsli! .ftun iniU-! 1it-i' Kuh wasUnt; j t : 'Hs 14 <*). :.\! i: t iv.j .,i. :i dV a.MI4iij: tlf ut'H coniiit out I ti\- ly. ntc '', uuesd lube I jircp.iuu to I liirnibh, i ilninwi i i I 1 G. G. H'iLT' AJru'r. ( 'anitnJs y lull.' add descended intot-te! I Hou anForum was erected to the memory of ,Vlli lam; Wragg,

".".uii.i: s ,: -. ,-, ;i., ,\ tj th.-ni! :;s thry 't. il<-d ;' h ivrtitiru i oiiiit'5,! tiJ lies f-ev.-v.il 'i .tut-} v s,nd t d.! ,- I :St1; Ju kg, J ,ily] IS 49-Gii. \. by the "broad; staircase that le-ids; to thv of f South Carolina: representing' n biss relief

Ma.u.': .. l..i.i t'JI'.or-4: 4ii \\t\l.ta! tumid <,ut and CJVi ..t thv .'u, trjoj C/url..r I'.nst: Fiosi'li l with r
.:: M.y 1.tL Lid liit ..t ud .' iu.ivalK 10.t{.I :; j,:-r, of :h".t jilitsol Mirn-ys :\b r'.in MJ 'fJ'II'.nl, ar.d I and his little son Porting' ashoie on a raft '#.
t Ill.r. h IX weeks after date shall the Hun tl I upon my rigbt Iriuil! tood tb. thr,'" r"%rn:imiuir | naa
r uj: uuiw r H5h, u-lu-n tin r, \v.iv a 4, ..IIl'hIt i idttnttty tin ir 'C\ ral l.elIll.inII} inturniQiioiii ,I apply to c: I '
', in a!!!' l.i'tia:-u.ii It J.1 Iiui! i1i\ :i.v, l.tAh
:.'. \\ 1.1' : 1J '1.11: .41t.f i.. 11k.; Ui 4I ',1 C.h" IHld.'" r! thrir ni &t'nz. wilh i II.! ,: cl .i'/.1I1 ",. sh.ill ltliiiidit for Le icr 01 \Viiministration on the E 1t'C of Duii- the beautiful Ionic !portico ol the 'IVmph* of I nexf contemplated that of the unfortunate j .

r 1 .. L't ,1 rU' ir,:,'i..;:
j. ;! .. 'IJ, '. ,I ..,I t t.. i'OI :" \\ Li.i.. i. 1 "ul'I'] ''' tl ,\ "t.t i 1.' -iti\ p'r j"IIl'IL: Tall.tln! LSC'1" ( postage .->nl) jl July J. H. RANDOLPH II moonbeam striking aslant the btokeu I \ surprised to see him becon suddenlyigiutrd :J .
r I. ) .i'I'! t!"Mijyl.L\ -lit- j.it'ijN? ]4i sjii;<- ,.J* all an It I II :| -UI \ C\ .u"b ( *11 lSci-, Ti'Ltlii'SJuly' )" iiI, I 1-.';'. :L 17fADMIMSTIIATOR'S:- upon eutabalure 'j'i
-- I i his foot the ground and
'1.: njtUi1: asMMitu 4' .\r.d 1 KIXAV uh' *'tl (t... ; :>U-Q) ''MU.nur: I) : i r.L ruiSin'; < ;.irn;')i. I above. Iipfor4me ro-e the Phociau I I stamp on 'z

! ; ....' \q. jfl n i W.u' r, .. d a'jdd iu :.v I 4 h.i.k..1 : -Lakt I It'thiico S and &!. ,Iris jhTLaa1Gouijiaqy. I j l I.t' s"(1! i t"ll'c highest SALE.: I column; an isolatf-d >h.ii"t, like a thin'npollr! turn away with indignation. I I new not, at .' '
bidder ,
J.. ,1 "1.- rit t'J t !ji .-.\ v (..urMlittle! over a ,. \'TlLL. ihoCity the air. the moment the riylit he had to be indignant
di'i' in \isibl.
.. I I'.m. '< : : A N ii.-.a'ii : fi> "> ; :!IMIC iih! < rtbitquiud y Talblnssrc the 2v2d day of August bo. I hancing -jrce ; and far to
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J .: -4-:.: '. 'It'Sl i.tu.j: : .- I'IHII; ,1, I \e..f1\I..l'-t hir ; :" .. : .' i ", 'lie ''rca<-uixr ai the ten the hours'fOf \Ian 2 f.'do"I, ?!.e l followir.: d''!>- tho left the ruins of tkTemple! of Anti>nii> | at I the outrage: committed by so ne Goth, in I. '
l in :
j --- !, : ;zi iam 1 .1' nipiiij'.s' ( 'lllCc .11 A :. .,c".1! <11, "! tli that (i.\} o i'l.l rrilnd Town Lois, siuiain: i the N -tth AdditPui nf t | and FustmJ, a.rl the three coh'.-al l arches oftho striking oil" the arm of the figure of General

; : S .llIit'r iiixt, ui.ii .t j..i .1- .it->:.xinoni ,A five 1L'HLIC .NOTICE Isr* p.j r I j" 1 I liirii cf tilt H. -i, d, seemed to melt and with \i i..at' oC'I'amecalm ainin, and settled into
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'I'i. l.y: 11.c' pj j'n *i.iiuf r .,. Tcimsot tale: made kn".v.nn; tl.c day uf sne. j a\viy; mingle I .
.. J. .. jot.. MiiiJic F! Jiiiia, Kihiun' .< i .1 1 t J t," ,"':.14." '1 1. J 4 1'. ] SCc'-. 11. 1.'. I.MMON.S, :\(IrtI'1.. the sky. I crossed the Forum to th. f foot ol I t} \Jlltulluvdint's t :; and as he pissed slowly

; I I'. -I-t.! ,' Pui'Lam .il.il pnJ.mil:i anw I Ajial.ichicoh, Augu-i '._ 51 'JKzirtrttfnm July 2 I. 1-av 30-4w. K.ta e of Jas. Hti JU..S. I t the Palatina, and ascending the Va; .Sen, jpas.ed j I f rom object to object, his f fcutuies assumedmore
- ni.Jiu.p J'r UK Jis: 'os-il of li --- ---- .
: .' "i\ ... :l.t. win inr.c.I t.4! ,".c 'II.TS.I.S uhii ani' I ) t'tf n.in'Jes (>.1'ta fl4i s;- *. of JIll i:.ckhd. .*. (Tl : l beneath the arch of Titus. Fiom this and more of t sec.it! <'ness, until at length
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I ::. .' "'1"1. t :i.. a- \\.-H as 4.iiiu4,
> j'" i r ..'.. .- d.i \ .dt. .4., .iy!. t., John ("rJl'..-II\JI ai U.. t; : !, Tl, 't ;?.e Dir.-t.-rs e> ', nisJ! th I y mei I .1\ CM.IU, I uiidtr.-ipntd AdminiMrat :Cun't I; tho C.'olijeum: like a cloud resting upon the ( 'i. file sad lesson mortality, f H

f :i ; ". 4.rt: t-1'.*. ,}, t.i .Mi'.Jnl, I. iv. to.v., -iiU I\' ixrc't'tvr. i i litioijviuih d t<, r n ufii'n liic MO fI"t1"I: .-. !ir< i j'l'f."I' ..,tiaiMX of the tsiatc' ,.t' Francis 1\ Cnsii, dr-e'd. i oartli. As I do.cfuded! the [hill side, it told from ev. ry tomb; had touche l his tender
'rt. I', tun City I Hoi, l, i r.-i'l-h' I t. iN:. titni i.) titi.c ft., Hldl mvl :iii!< iiVa.s iht y nuy d< rn i ., "I'111| s'" 'Wlt"ill I'n Mia I iiaiiV.nriiers i :'i:!I grcwroore l heart.; He became afiecttdr II3 turned togo .
_._: _i ;jI"j.:; >1i1'j: ; ('< l.l.N VI-TCHKL. : broad and high; more definite in us tll-1
th..1' tf <
iiid hi f. !
-- .-. _. | cxptdi.4 tt : j -'oul..tllj' JIMV. t- j A4o.iins: r.--t.1t ui4 ntuij S tid| L>tat.-, and pray: t. and will slow
: 11.! till from the value in which it stands away; was retiring and
r. fj'llt. I'r.'c, 11.'a: .se : Dr. \\r Ill. 'rl'UdC\VCIl] I, out a; ]. .1..1 t try i-ny p'-ibis.-!! : n').i.c !. iji'_r :i\cii ui II'iiii.T I: I: A. JMIIJRTT I : A m'x. encompassed: by the three of the Seven Hills of nu:asuicil! steps, when his eye caught the char

.i"t- '! : :,s niv, .\ '.!.llt aj: Attnru. .v '\I\pulaeliM '.\.lai.ii- >t t.-, .iitd I C.Ju."L! tis.I I I"A'CJ : HTA j !ri'r. i i iti.nt llr.jne, the Palatioa, the Csclian, and EMJUIliiu itv box, that stood in the middle )f the area. I
diir.Ji;: my a.i: j I.n to -\I\IJ 11I\; I HrfolrtJ. 'I'iiul 1 ail i I ui" .unitn'S' I' M< ck \\d.| ni.y (! y, July! I I-', I 1--".-, .'I'II' : } He fctopprd. There
_ I was evidently some
: in all its
-- --- :. the iiJHJestic rum military -
JuIlN42if lu .(' hLIL be 111111')1'; 1-y on'cr' of t the 1'uar'J of Din c.m *, amiii --- grand
:: t) I .u.1'J i C. I : ht tiling at woik within him. There W.IS amoral .
lled
*\ } 1. t-jtl not be pid111'11: du shall; i.t- to, lei'td i ';ta'"nw vast to aven.

( to tic Cuinpiiiv; but the Dircrtoj' 11:<\ r.\ci,'is.th. ir ft IX u.- ks :\fi4 r d.ii41 wili appy! to il-e!: Ji .! e ui I II IKJ A Mtigle :sentinel was pacing: to and fro beneath :association; going on. Titer were thd (

t TIC l: .)\II di jortt illl: 11. rtniiitiia the )pcnattj t : I'rmnjed, : hi"ouniy Coiut of Jrift rbiiii roui.tv, for L't-l: she arched which leads tho 1 tomb; and there was the charity box. Ho ;
) .1.11. t.J..r.!. .. ii.n'I' t.U'-'It't.J) i 1'1' CflJ'U.tnt isii') the ni tiey i> ttndtri \vithin i U<0> ways .u'u-r it oeeonnsflu Irs"i' AduunisluiUuil, up'.n.alt i the fio.ids.-ind C.t..1 j gateway, to J regaided them he I hoktd and t
: alternately
1' .. .. uudcr Ua: ; :: ol: .'11:cr 4. I'fo/lICm.! -', iM.d in, all caMh interest at the tate oJ-ti percent t'N, i.uiiih i 1 nd CredIt.IIIh were of t the tsi.itc or'i; : interior, and his measured footsteps were thoonly ,

L.4).. \.1 atui.d: twii.c C.Il..1 "-i.u xi;t'lr."c llu:{. i! j I'cr' niKiinn ipusl be paid on lhj irsialmenl: fro:\ the I J lines lironK, ilec'd, I letunaJniii'i.! '! ., red by HairijHuniev sound that 'bioko upon the breathless silc i- mourned the dead. lie looked. and felt com

\y C11 LLEI::, j j lav. it \\ J3 lhH deceabfd, lave A dniiiiis'r.\: or if tl-e -stttf it'iaid I I nee of the night. What a contrast with thescene passion (tor the living; and while two pearly

: r, J.NO. c'i ;. PUT-A t j tt I Tl !(.' HKi:i i UA 'I. 3cct'y.I .- 1\.1.; JAJIJ1S, II. URUL'KS) i I wbjeh that midnight hour : drops lorced their way beneath I lIs beautiful ..
'1 To".r. to I lrcof t'- L. \\'. aiiiliVi. J- C. (.. ( Mi hi"ooliy, 21,1 Ju.y, 1/'I5. ;'0.GNOTICI *- Fame presented the .
':l' ';: c.jI.: / ;t Ji Tit'lor.I I .lesion, j AI. af'lticol.l. Juiy M.: lfi'5.: i ----- when in Domitian's time! the eager populace eye-hshes, smile of an Angel j layed upon .
.4 ', \, 1.1. .Llnt 1 ., .::u tile his lips. His little hand instinctively insinuated
('.I.J. (c.j, l\.1.1ha.SI.c. l -.iliddleDistrzctLeon Sitpcrivr L'ouit. :: began to gather dt gates, impatient 'Q'

t :. 4 '. : tJI. 5 |f John T. Join. n jI herr "by ':i'nl1, that the f.rn: heretofore r Xlitil1.g I b for the moining sports! Nor was the contrast I. itself into his little pocket, one drew forth .
j :. {; !\acl.d] & Prttr. Itdt..1.: t I VS. / ATTA( IIMES'l. Is uudtr tin'! name: and style of Arledgfi! Watts, i is | within less striking. Silence and the a ha'penny. 'It is all I have,' said he. Ho "
'tn.: .
: 'lh I
HL: : 1 : ;:. .U.Gn.t'l .
__ dissoUi! ul l bv l tnntu.il .
1 this
ShadrarkAlKinsoti; ) day UHIM.III.Monticello : quiet moonbeams and the broad deep shadows I. cast it scrutinizing glance, to see whether he : :
NO11CF1. I '1JJK I eftndant. and all othcis interested bet Flo. July lilh, I 1335. 50-4\v
arc c-
.OPCl ... .. .-.-. . .. .. of the ruined wall!-Where the was observed; slept up to the mule: solicitor};
ALJ1i I staled ----- -- -- ---- '- were
bc rtCU\'ct.I i fur raiding | by notified thai the above ense has) been ins.liI I-
: '!,Ll\c I I Ilk .] '"' JU. uUfii "ashrown into carp-o the i I. tucd: tha.: A'' .irlni.mt I\;'hcrn isswd and that they SIX nionihs after date; it )pJ ici tin will be madt' tll Senators of Hemp, her matrons, her virgins? ol the poor, and dropped into it hi? pure offering
p \1.\!"i I. ""' and the de- hOllor.cILc.huJgc: 1 of the C., aty Court for l benevolence The humble ( oin fell to
.. it-. \<; > (.11'-- ao to prevent sc.zurc ol are hereby icq'iued t" appear plead it' Where the ferocious populace that rent the
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1'1'iruii? p >' till; jjC. i c1.lr.ltiontr'fln.lwg to the st-tute in tucli case made the county of Gad.-den,. for Letters of Pi-niissory i>u air with shouts when in the hundred the bottom of the empty hex, With a sound I
1 rl.J 1 the of John'P. >, late of Gad. holidays
\es, ,
estate '
TApp } 'u die jr'ct (If tiic AtuUcliicola; Land and PfU\ iJt d.I tcn county that reverberated
was the
I .tn.l a..J.I.t -." 'e.- J lint 'j..iI. 4;j t jVirt LEIGH HEAD, Att'yfor Pl'ff. dcc'd. W. n. HAHRISON, Adn.V.Ctuincy that marked the dedication.of tins imperial through lofty vault; .':
t------- I August I, 51ti.iIat'sIit1' June 1st, lr<:S5. 43-6m hlaughtcr-hou.sc, five thousand wild beasts and the receding echoes as they g 'ew fainter _
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toUicr.r: xI'. ct toie h.c1t frulII thc 1'iAflt. I Irjij and fainter, seemed like the of
'ur\ I.I..u' '. I : Sale. NOTICE.AT from the Lybian deserts and the forests wf swee accents ,
l'1,1CIII JIr nxt
4uii
ta,:.JSlU:ol1IIti .111U .\rlilur, \1a. (011.01'hcnIJPJllllllt\ tht'r flf II1 :ul I, thtuc of a \ lit ot Fieri Facias, to me (k ii- the next January Teim of GacNdcn County Anatolia made the arena sick with blood I? the blessed, whimpering peace. In a trans'i .

\bCli'S'1n.1:, .1ttt, tI.y,: ill f.lrt doting II"i aIJ'f'IICt.. : By <:t.I, I shall) expose nt public sale, before the thc unl.l( rsigoed Atlnlluist .ltr of the c!S. Where were the Christian martyrs, that died;I port of delight. I exclaimed, Her? 1 ii a deed j

22t"- 1.:.;:... 3".11' 'ni.I JEl---T(;H.EIrnCE. :'N. doi'r of the COUIt House in the City of Tallahassee, I tate of Benjamin Chappell du"111 ,present his' with prayers up. n their lips, amid the jeers I& worthy of \ estmillterbue} !! ard Ian from A i.i

-- o the first: Saturday ill nexl, all the right' Accourts and Vouchers, for seltlenicni with saidtate cs- my concealment, and clasped the l.ttle '
!( SCf"cmber of'their fellow ? Where the philanthropist -
'b.. I title, claim, and inteu Bradford, in and pray to be dischargtil therefrom.W. impercations men in I
\T( 'jc..t .htll:. :arv. .1'111.1 of ( acbcnmnU. audio the fu11wtng described Lots, to wit :-LotsNo. FLAKE Adm'r. barbarian gladiators! brought forth to the festival my arms. 'And why were you .ashamcd 7

1'1 \II'.1' T1 tl It lit
\\ prf'o"t il Cotana'ut Ur of, CoL Ow ," F* J'\' \" deed., diLlOn to the City of Tallahassee levied on as the properly Holiday?" The awful scene answered laugh at me,' said he. 'Laugh at' thee! Oh, .
'rt1 .lC""Ullb ,Ind vouch rs fm stUJemuit of said liindtbid to taiisfy a Judgment in tavour SUGAR AND COFFEE. world world how
bUa often has senseless
c t..ll I.. al.l I mineThe dust answered thj)
pralo !b' fltSI lured lhtn.n.olll. of Charles Pindar. Sale will take place within received a coneuriuncm of 20 Boxes BlOwn They are beneath
B. MK ACIiAM ) the usual hours.THOS.. JUST Sugar, and 20 bags Cuba Coffee, They are n.ine laugh put modest virtue put of countenance'

C&hlenC! (). JV.D.llHll1'O EX fSDt'l'ivr > ESTON RANDOLPH, Marshal, which will be sold low for cash. I crossed to the opposite extremity the I put a half crown into his hand, and told him ,

.tjm By A. A. FlbHKR, [)cp. Marshal. C. CRANE.Si. amphitheatre. A lamp was burning in the to remember the strange gentleman whom ho
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NUTICIJ Tallahassee, Hlh July, lt35. 4tdN ,. Marks, August 1 51-3w
little chapel which has been formed from had mi t in the Abbey. 'I will take it,' said he,

r : ; .UIL my> ttUincc; froin the Territory Paul O T ICE NOTICE. what was onca a den for the wild 'if you will let me put it into the :harity box

lll.andlt'a. my Attorney y. \ ill act at us Law.my agent, aud .1JwdalJu (s hereby given to the, that Capital lhe Books Stock of for the receiving" Sub IX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Honorable the Roman festivals. Upon the beasts'e too.' 'Thou shalt sanctify the gift I replied
_lit 5. 1 scnpliuns Court of Leon for Le
, 15. ALKX'il F011.MY DUVAL.MOTICE. Life Insurance and Trust Ci/mjiany," will Southled tt-is Administration the, County on tIe Estate of County JOHN ,T. JOHNJON. -- old beadsman, the only tenant of tho Colt so hand in hui d we walked up' to tho charity '

at the ollice of Thomas Douglas, Esq. in the City of lute '--f said County. dcc'-ased. seum, who guides the stranger by night thro' box. My own reflections, the utter seclusion -

4TtheC. ; OUt January Term of Gadsdcn St. Augustine, on the second day of November next, CATHARINE JOHNSON. the long galleries of this vast pile of ruins.I 0( the busy world, the still repose of the silent
County 1U o'clock and will be left from time time
ai to
hc open August I 51-Cm tenant* of the the dim twilight of the
Ctl Undersigned followed him wooden grave,
ta.t1f Administrator staircase
a narrow
of the cs by adjournment until the 'whole' of the Stock shall be up
tvur.ts and\'tIUCherS e 'BUrling) dtc'd, will j'reiert his Af.- subscribed, not exceeding thirty days.LO and entered one of the long and majestic cor ancient pile, where tonsured nonks onco

&nd pray to I' \.1l1.dlt\rgcd for seullinenl wi1! said etatt', T CLAUIv, Notice. lidors, which in ancient times ran entirely chaunted the solemn hymn and boi e theglim*
lherefrom.o.UMV UOBKKT RAYMOND DURING abseic Dr. Jas. II Randolph
REID. my
JNO. % round the amphitheatre. Huge columns of mcring- tapers, together with the Qper-added
1\IALO-r
A cnt and fact.
Adm' THOMAS DOUGLAS, will act a? Ul} Attorney in
3uy' e U'I 1835.: 4 .Gm June 2d, 1835. 45-iO1? Coir.missintrs., June 20ih, 1335. 45-6* W 31. COPLAND. solid mason work-that teemed the !labor of tenderness inspired by the pure arifi.ce ata

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._ If the statements fchich have been Riatlc of Prom the U. s. Tekgrapli."SOUTHERN } lrat'o unk into
( ( : to this Mr. CaJuVell tlieft moved that a committee I 1 me thr deep abyss 1 fi

iittle innocent Heart, thai 1 had just:: witnessed; Department are correct, a large proportion of the {five be appointed, to draft a respectful appeal in MEETING IN NEW YORK j!I 1 been m action, and seen death and destnW8

i all combined to press upon me with such: soft.: contracts which have been formed since the be. Ibis felluw-cil- around .
behalf of meeting, addressed to our A number of Southern gentlemen now in tins n.e. in every shape ofhoiror' T 1

ming influences that I wes upon the (point of ginning or middle of February las, are fraudu- izens of this Territory, in accordance with the city, have given notice of a public meeting to be Vcr 1., !|loi chad the feeling( f ; but I 1

t giving vent to emotions of the deepest feclim:!.. lent. Without determining this f fact, and thereby spirit of the foregoing resolutions, and the sentiments held here on the 20th July, to take into consideration upon me on ) Pwe which lene

.(' As it was, I f felt my heart upliltcd-I looked prejudging the rights of individuals, there is certainly of this meeting as therein set forth; which the alarming subject now being agitatedthe and I feel Ill occasion; and still i,.aft ;

t>p with devoti,m. He caught the tone fro in\' t good reason for suspecting the whole, and motion was unanimously carried i in the affirma doctrines disseminated, and the measures adopted wil over huum ne. )

r The and looked a tear of pious joy glisten therefore for instituting the proper investigations. live; and the Chairman thereupon appointed: bv some of their 1 fellow-citi/ens! of t the lionslaveholdirgSt : 1
up; It How is this best to he done? Shall all the contracts Messrs. L. Roysdon, A. Pike, C. Ashley, Wrn. E. te<-avowing a solemn determination From the Mobile Me re mule
cd fell
4 in his eyes as he dropped the piece. be declared void on the ground offraud, and Woodruff and Robertson Children, to compose to effect an immediate and unclluhUtllalemancipation i

+ upon the ha'penny& the silver sound united the parties be required in case to exhibit t ,t
every said committee. of the slaves of the South \\ c invoke I !
,l S with the brass, and ascended Heaven in ho- the proofs l before you; or can a sufficient security On motion, and with the unanimous: assent of ibis the gentlemen'not, to exasperate I ''
say !
meeting !
]/ euphony.We I against those fraudulent transactions which hav'eI Ihe meeting, the Chairman and Secretary, Messrs. -not to increase I'-tTalarminj' excitelt'ntIOW '

walked together to the door of the Abbey taken place, be interposed, by any investigationwhich I Hall and Crutchfiekl wenadded to s.id commit I prevalent; but we do it lo disabuse ourselves. 1;

and as we stood in the street about to separate you can make, into such cases as you have i tee. SAMUEL HALLCh'n. of gross misrepresentations; to heal up disscnlion; t ; | ,

reason to believe, or as may be represented to I P. T. CRUTCIIFIELD, Scc'y. the !
I asked him his name. He told it-he I to allay sectional prejudices; to reinvigorate t t
England you, to be fraudulent. In one case, the presump; tie which binds us together in one common family; ; \
L tray : American he had been sent to -
an ; tion frauds, applying to all, every grantee would From the Boston Trnmrript.BURNING : and to the Which !
t fur education. We parted, and I never be required to exhibit Ins: proofs de novo. In the an'r alarming r consequences
'I : OF THE SIR WALTER SCOTT. i iI must inevitably follow any attempt, by the people

*nw him more. I other, the investigation proceeding from the Government I Captain Clark of the SirV..ltpr Scott, arrivedin : ffthc nun-sleve holding States, to interfere with I
"U henever spirits are depressed, or my would apply only to such cases as were fOI "
'
toY Souih
slave
the I
this city: on Sunday last and proceeded yesterday : population II IC .
S; temper becomes ruffled by the collisions of presumed to require it. Your ideas upon this morning to BitstcJh., From his own lip| we [Iv. Y. Journal of Cotmartc 1 t

life, I call" up i the remembiance. of this little subject In are requested. have received a full account of the burning of this What has produced this meeting in N. York? I ihd.1a.

boy mid his ha'penny, and it never fails to sooth conducting these investigations, the same gallant ship, an accident of a more extraordinary : What is it, that while the people| of the South arc <
plan it to would be efficient in a.a
n i ,9 distempered:! feelings and restore me toG appears me, most hind than has happened in the American seas for. sunk in such apathy in regard lo this subject, that
Tny detecting fraud' which i is: suggested above, for the I ,
will mankind a 1 long time past. I Southern men in New York feel it an imperativeduly 1
my geod to ofit, future is in
prevention in and that to
inquire
The Sir Walter Scott nailed from New Orleans to call, to assemble, and make public tl irseniimencs ,
t to the matter in where the
rI every neighborhood on the 21st of May, with a .lr"1/ '>f 1,794 bales of in relation to it? The reason i is :MinpU,
From Okie. Indians reside and have the whole
the contracting to
Washington :
I ,
cotton, 18 seamen and 3 passengers, one of them this: they are at the scene of action i hey see
ALLEGED FRAUD IN THE CREEKCOUN1'X transaction developed I the of the various I
in presence a lady, Mr. Hamilton, in a stile olMoraestic so I how things arc going on. Whatever might have
Y. I-idians who be assembled. In this and ; ;
may licitude. The ship was owned in Boston, was been their opinion while at ihe South however
k ;
; Much this ) in the former case: it wonld the
said
has been subject recently greatly promote
upon p only two years old, and was valued .It 522000.: they might have slighted the given them
fcn; the public prints, and naturally excited considerable object VQjccfcby giving the necessary previous destination was Liverpool. by some friendly to the warnings South and however | I
] interest. In the Richmond Enquirer, of the notice of the day: of meeting, and the nature of paper : ; I I t
In coming down the Gulf Stream, this vessel they might have trusted to the l false- treacherous -
'th of Gen. Sandford the business, order that the Indians be
July, a letter i is published m might
encountered heavy pale from the south west.- representations of other papers,they see and ,

,1 'Who has tecnagent for certifying contrjctjS for the present. The sea was running mountains high. On the the truth when they are on the theatre of ac- : | ;

Bale of land, but who resigned his appointment The object of this communication, as you willperceive morning of 21-st Jute, about clock* in lat. 31d. fee. They go to the North, and they find the i I ]
member of the Con is to connectedwith I t (
'J. t Upon being elected a next suspend operations 24m. lon!!. 75d. 4Sm. when under double reefed people divided info two factions-Abt Tuion :and 1 f
State of the sale of the Creek lands until information : I 1
from
x gress, the Georgia.Vc republish proper '
topsails and beari.ig:, upon the wind, opposite or Colonization. Each has its advocates! ; and each I
Si 1 'this letter,* with a single remark, that we hare can be received concerning the exist-I nearly so, to Charleston South Carolina, a heavy draws the people to its side, by representing that j 1i
been Samlford has been ence and! extent of the frauds ol and I
that
informed Gcn. requested complained ,
i !
I peal of thunder broke over the ship. I t seemed asif theirs is the best plan for emancipating the lan"3.. ;
of all the best method of their I I
: to ;persevere; in the investigation preventing recurrence. the heavens had been rent asunder. The captain Il is to the impression thus made, that we are to '( .I 1i 1
the transactions in the district assigned. to him asa have therefore to request sentiments in full i
I your and his in their cabins. I J
three p-issengers were attribute the movements of these citizens of the i i
"We understand that numerous those topics. It is subject on which the t I
a
certifying agent. ; : upon
The lady started up in fright, and the captain South now in New York.
from of President heels: solicitude and I cannot too t ;
representations, gentlemen standingend \ great ,
jumped on deck in so much haste, as to he without The people of ihe South are deceived. Theyare j :
character, have tieen received at the War forcibly impress its importance upon your atten !
electric fluid had foremast
his The
shoes. struck the told there is no The song that 1
Department, since the adjournment of Congress{ tion. into the forecastle where the Janger. syren I t
ran seamen all is safe is theAbolition
of the existence; of extensive frauds in the Creek The representations made, lead to the belief sung thtr ears ry I .( ,
were at breakfast, dashed every thing into pieces, i ist of the Richmond Enquirer, and some of J his
laid before the Preview that this fraudulent of fiom !
country. These were practice purclnsmg I .
sent the men sprawling all direction and c..m- and think that these : ;
Who directed the cejiification one Indian the land of another has Irl'clcrou-coadjutors: !; they
,J the agents to suspend prevailed only
I raked fore and all ; ,
plelely the vessel wind btwecn i no until the avalanche falls on theirhead" | |
of contracts and determined that he would since the middle of last February. Thh, however !
f
decks and in the lold. The ; i
: suddenness and 1
force
limit little
the avalanche
was ::1 snowball
Approve none, until the whole subject could be miy,: be otherwise: and if any cases ot that tlCf' .
haw ; of the terrible blow, made the vessel bang in suspense which! a school: boy might have stopped in its I ( !
is of f
thorougt.ly! i investigated. As the matter one nature previously occurred, and if the con (
general interest,' and the ilillicnltics attending it tracts have been approved by the President, sill: fora moment, on the top of tle. t, llowi.- progress; but accumulating trellgtl as it goes, il

,, arc not obvious upon cur.lrv"Il'W., we hllib, the l fraud is not l>beyond the reach: of the Govern Every person was: astonished: but no one yet nvt ru helms every tiling it Otet .
; knew the extent of the injury. : \Ve do dot mean to be understood, a.expressing
tamed, for publication, a copy of the instructions ment. Applications have 'rcquently' been made '" !
t III few OIIIIIIIt'Ihe' of "liu"fin! '! the {
that the will
to the .igvnts. These gentlemen have been ic for a "title," as provided in the 3d article of tue a cry opinion .bolilionist. or canncceed : : I,

lively cngHged in the execution ol'thetn, and 1i'S Creek tn'albut; the President has not felt himself was raised, and the tenor of that: t cry may hcirna il emancipating tht \;( I the South. I ', I Ii
'
lined-far; at urrosndt-il Will storms, and at will: it. Tin ir i ;
( sea. They will proba-i
due ill them to say, that every confulence is fell by authorised to futtilth :nay other evidence ofconveyance attempt atempt 1
the mercy of (the enraged element. The seamen bly .ipnluroji dissolution of the Union. That dissolution
the Executive in their right intention! and ability.! ( than the one expressly pointed out i in
4 Tne Editor of the i Enquirer will perceivo: that I! the treaty iisrlf It i is possible" that: some ''cgislaI : were almost struck senseless- by the elc:.llic shock.This : will be fiill\'e by the North throwing I :

t the measures, sujr ,ested by him,, have been a- I live provision may he rnadr, requiring patents, : to cry awakened hem to a new sense of dan throwing open country to the admission
The almost lot thm irsenses and! it'the slaves of the South. 'I
,
; he
dot tCJ, with others calculated to ensure the :icroniplLshnient he-<< issued; and in that. ea<.;e, it is clear, that if/land ger. passengers : fugitive
the lady, Mrs. H. was the only one whose courage South, in turn, till throw off the wh''le of their
+ of the of the Government. India.1
} I objects ; belonging to one hay been conveyed to
ill rose up to meet the danger with promptitude refuse population. The worthless, the i idle, and
Indians.
nod secure the rights. ut'thc another, the transaction was 31'3111utcly.Iid and
no title would be granted by the United States; inconsequence and energy. "The long boat I," "the long bo il," I the profligate, will seek a happy refuge in theCa, : !

was shouted. It was i ow six t+r el ,ht minutes I naan of the Northern cities-thert' to come iiiopen ;
DEPARTMENT OF WAR, nfsuch! a contract. And besides this, I t
since: the liirhtmnjr t had struck, and every part: of competition with their white brethren, the t
i April 23, 1S35.: S it be (for the Government to
mat: proper interpose
the cargo, fore and! aft: : was already .)(1 fire. The free labor Democracy y of the free Slates! And
SIR: Herewith you will receive, copies of certain through the judicial tribunals! fi>r the vacation 'if
: UlIratts long boat was full various articles:: and could! what will be the result of .' Curses on their
2' which have been tram mil led to this any thus attempted by fr.iud, although; tltH
papers :
not he out at the "I he and f fanutacism
got moment. captain now oxvn ignorance that
Department: staling the existence of gross frauds they may have brn approved by Ihe President. produced
rail belnw, seized a r.utlasanti! a pixf), came on such result: .
"' in the pl'l'tcllllull'ulha' e of their reservations There can be no doubt oj ihe power c1l'a court of : :
4 deck, nerved himself: to the I ocean) -"men, said Reflect 'for a moment
;+ from tile Greek {Indians. Tlji-se statements, ifcorrect ,justice to apply the necessary:; : remedy It is therefore thespi'itatreacyshowingitsclf
IH-, "you never yet deserted me in danger rouse song the laboring classes oful,' North.
( ccr1aid.cxtllLit. a start of things requir.ing desirable to know, whether such cases exit; ; I
yourselves now; I'll shoot the first man that dot-s Look at the jealousy already exhibited the ;;
by
iminediait 1 correction. The frauds appear to and if they do, to identify: thorn, and io discover
t not at once: do his duty. Clear out the long boat white laborers Philadelphia! against their black
Misist in the personation by one Indian of another such, proofs as: twirl t he necessary: to establish
of -down with the gig-stir, stir, or in ten minuteswe and yellow brethren. What will it be when :hrecor :
in the at1lount mid payment -lie purchase fraud. You will he pleased! to direct your attention '*
shall see eternity. The lady jumped also: on four( hundred thousand of these black
t;1i S thonvv, and in the corrupt practices':: al least to this suggestion; audio communicate :such: workingmen
deck, with her hair in disorder, stood: by the captain I arc thrown into the great cities; taking the:
One Justice of me Peace, in the attestation of information as you may be able tt procure on the
'S flank papers Which the parties have it in their subject., Common humanity, well as justice. : and appeared to he a very spiiit of heaven, I; bread out of their mouths dlnlgtle summer, and

JXMver ht fill u-:>. Under the present: circumsian: requires of the Government that every measure! in animating the frailer mortals lo their task. supported by them during Lie ? The late
The thunder etruo> men, headed by the mate, riots in Philadelphia; directed against the hlarks is
ces, you Will suspend the certifying of all contracts its power should be adopted lo: prevent the ,
gross hurried as well as could, cleared out the exhibition of the ; '
they
long an spirit now existing. the
until receive the directions to renew it impositions which have !been practised the 'Vi
,
: you upuu
boat, launched the gig, and then swung down the civil authotities be able to control in case ,
1'roin this Department I and you will eive public ignorant Indians.A i
boat in the hoilinnocran b'low.UPutthe in have
?
notice of ibis:: instruction. l None of the contracts similar letter has been sent to Doctor: ;Mae lady we :anticipated

now bdre.he; President i will be approved until Heiirv; and General Sandlord, and ;Mr. Bright, the lung boat, shouted the captain. The ship T-

t the necessary investigations are made to ascertain l.a31su been consulted! on the subject. was at this moment rolling tremendously TlRIUFlt HAIL STORM. age.'t
flame! bursting forth in all directions-her ttOIIl'flug
their fail ness: They will be retained here, and ahfctract Very respectfully, &c. ma The following account of a terrific hail
f to the gale. The lady reached the boat
{ of them containing the necessary !facts will LEWIS CASS. ill sdi't.v.cThank: God said the Captain. The storm on (the liosphorus, i is from "Letters on

be transmuted to you, as soon as they c.m ho pre LEONARD TARRANT, Esq... disabled: seamen were placed near her-six oars> Constantinople," attributed to Com PORTER:

pJred."lien these abstracts arc received, you Mardisvillv', Alabama. in the The and his had not got perhaps a mile and half )
". will publicly' notify the parties of the suspension, (; weieput gig. captain: mate \t A on
ARKANSAS.The were the/ last to leave tile deck of tlieburning' ship. our way, "\ hen a cloud risiim in Iher e.t

ordered.1uoe All were now ;In the boats. "Cut adrift-castoil' indication of
people of Arkansas: Territory, ecm intent gave appioachiug g rum. In a (feuminutes !
: shouted the adrift from
captain. They cut
I not forwarded, you wi.l( retain: for subsequent disposition. on their :.dmiisiou,3S: a sovereign Slate, into the we discovered :something falling 'from ; t
(he burning ship and pushed out of the wake.11 .
If there 'rerIlY of those! which the President National Confederacy. Public! meetings have: ", is lost said the "but lives the Heavens with a heavy splash, and of a winti.sh
captain, our are
pas approved yet in your possession, you been field in Jackson, Hot Springs and Pubski appearance.( I could not conn-ivf hat it
another! live
-' chance thegale.
yelleft u ; we nave: to out \
g trill not deliver them to the parlies without! further counties recommending 1 I
prcrrietyut'thenicasure. ; ." The moment the long boat the gigleft was, but onseiiiij some gulls near, I Mippos
instructions.It ant
the vessel fell board c-d it to be them darting for f.sh hut
her af
burning masts by ; soon
of the
i is the object Department to provide against We extract from the Arkansas Advocate, the

,. the recurrence of these cviN!: if it be possible i- following! account of a large "jtiblic meeting, l.ddat the flames bhrst forth in greater magnificence than tcr discovered: that they were Ilrg.- balls of f ice

; and have to call upon you to make such I Little Rock, the teat of! the Territorial Government. ever, the thunder rolled! the lightning still flashed, falling.: Immediately we ht and a sound like J

t Suggestions as may occur to you oi a practical There i is also an able! and eloquent address the seas roaring around, and the two small boats rumbling thunder or ten thousand rurriago

Lure, best calculated to produce this effect. It is on the subject, by the committee, to ihe peo- floated: over its the billows before the \\int and entirely tolling furiously over the pavement. The i

im to be hoped that the conduct attributed to the ple oftlie"iVrritnry which at mercy. whole
i ; we regret we h.1 vc not Al Botpfiorus wns in ;a foam, as thoughheaven's
last in ahout minutes the
fifty first
: from
Justice of the Peace, of certifying blank: papers, room to lay entire toefore our readers. We have: artillery had boen
I stroke, one long sheet oi covered the wreck discharged upon us ;
much the ) c officers in doubt i.Hle
cannot prevail: among pub no that a Stale Government: will he highly
and the wholv gallant fabric of the Sir \\ alter and our fra.l! machine- Our fate seemed in
Clflhe State. It i *
? that jjrt impossible! :: however, acceptable to the people; as the first men of the
: iliac it may be more extensive than I suppose, and! Territory have taken the lead in the measiue.! Scott sunk down into the water, and was seen no rvitaele, our umbrellas were raised to protect i ;

1 I hove therefore to request your opinion, whetherit Tennessee looks upon Arkansas/ as almost IIIToiw lore. "I's.all over with the gallant Sir Walter u.s, lumps of icc stripped them into ribbands.

r. it would be expedient) to restrict the authority ofccrlilvnig daughter, and ;rill gladly welcome her to a :mid the y We fortunately had a bulloek's hide in the'

i such papers to a less numerous class of f full participation in the benefits of uur glorious The captain, crew and passengers, now sailed boat, under which we crawled and saved our-
than Justices 1)1'thc Peace for; the coast.: They provisions: everything
Magistrates say to U uiou. ilacliule M'hts I ft otn further
Judges! the Slate Courts. 1 am unwilling, to ReyL.auc.t i PUBLIC MEETING. had) been lost, prospects uajs goo! th injury.
was ; mot awful and terrific
Thr two boats t l kepi each othl'r'CUJlan.v I scene I
directions in the first instance, because I do Agreeably to public notice, previously: given lily enough. ,
: a
i ever witnessed and God forbid that I
thai and should
the succeeding
day night.
know. .
rim the incllllvculellccs.1) which it may lead. large number of the citizens of Pulaski :1
as-
county
%* \". rile respect tn ihe j.ersonification} of one Indu.ii semlil at the Baptist Church, in the town of Lit- blowing hard. At the peep of dawnnext In ever exposed to such anether. Balls of ice t

< by another, sonic remedy seems absolutely tle Rock, on Saturday, the 13th June, 1835, to day, the captain espied a fail to the !eeward.Vas as large a> my two lists, fell into the boat, and ;

ncc"v,ary. 101m aware of the difficulty vhich consider the propriety and expediency of forming It \ immediately determined to send the gig to some ol thi-m came with such violence as certainly I

Joy may experience in caitabUsluug\ the identity! of a Slate Government for the Territory of Arkansas the vessel in sight, and endeavor to get on board to have broken an arm or a leg, had they :

an Indian presenting: before you, as I perceive, and for: taking the most effectual and speedy possible. Accordingly a sail was rigged out of struck us in those parts. One struck !
thai false\ witnesses be an old back, a mast was raised, and this siilspread; ofhcm
may easily procured. It measures to insure her admission into the Union
the bl) de ofau oar and The I
before the wind. "Mate said thc split
captain SCt'nt
occuis to me lhat: if you were to receive and certi- an equal footing with the other States "you
fy cjitraci3 only at staled !places in the various posing upon the/ American confederacy. com- must go alum to that vessel, and cd 01 board the lasted, may DC, five minutes; but it was five'

Indian towns, and upon particular days, IN be fixed On motion, and: with the unanimous assent of best way you can" "Aye, aye sir, said the mate. minutes of the most awful feeling that I ever !

before ha: ml, when and where the Indians thtj; meeting, SAMUEL S. HALL, Esq. was chosenas Away started the gig on the swelling billows experienced. When it passed over, we found t i
W..:i.u assemble: and! if all before(( the gale with the mate at the helm.- the hills covered
: contracts were declared Chairman, and PETER 1'\ CRUTCUFIELD, Esq. surrounding with masses of
;g in t'L presence of those thus convened together, Secretary; and the Chairman having lukeu hut h\'hat a cheering sight i was, said the captain; ice. 1 cuimel call it hail; the trees-stripped

t. *u ci. tore check! would be put to this fraudulent seat, rose, and fully explained the object of( the I sir, over billows, liked the forked of their leaves and limbs, and thing

.i I racl1cc. It ii hardly to be presumed, that an Indian meeting. Whereupon, ROBERTSON CHILDREN, I lightning itsell'down the mast oflc; Sir Walter, looked desolate. We proceeded every
on
( under above the our course,
now now waves.::
would himself before
present a whole corn Esq. offered the following resolutions lo wit
In a short time, the gig reached her destination.The however, and arrived at our destination, I, f
iK-rleetK with him and claim That
rummy, acquainted Resolved, we cordially approve of the
,
to be vessel proved to the Saladin, capr. Hum drenched and awe-struck. The rain had not
and b
a ditfeienliers'on 1 enter into a contract measures and principles adopted by our fellow-citizens
to convey away that person's laud. And certain- Jackson and Hot Spring counties, urging phries. She backed yards. In another brief extended so far as C'andulia, and it was dirli- :

ly if sucli au attempt were made, i is it not ;ssible II the people of this Territory to lane the most spee- space, the long boat appeared; al were taken on cult to make them comprehend the cause 01 :

but that some of those around would slate the true dy steps to insure our admission into the Union. board, not (forgetting( the lady, in the I greatest the nervous and agitated condition in which :
find and animated the
.chcumstances, and thus prevent thc fraud. Resolved, That we hold it to be an indispensable danger task. cheered mtn tJ.tr we arrived; the Ueis Kflendi asked me if 1 was :

"Youvtil please to communicate your views re- requisite, to be possessed by any candidate for Clark his and: ever se agitated when in action? I answered, ; t tI
.: :apcctiug this suggestion, stating particularly the office that he should be in favor of Stale Government. Captain crew passengers, were I
a (for then 1 had :
no
think it landed at NuJl.I: ,: The'Captain himself had lost ; something to excite me, and
whcie
places: you may proper to meet the .
.Indians. 1 do not suppose it would be by any Resolved, That the Governor of this Territory I every thing on hoard. He had $15,000 Englih human means only to oppose. He asked the I
: but it went all to the bottom. When the ; minister if
com he
,
visit ever was so affected in of
means necessary: to every town, but only be respectfully solicited to convene the Legislature I gale

such place within each given district, as mav be as soon as practicable, after the ensuing elec- I people of Norfolk knew their situation, ofcr were wind at seat. He answered, no; (for then he

.cuuvt Mijenl I for the pi opcr' assemblage! of the Indi tons: :in order thai a law may be passed, author- made to raise a subscription, but he r'1 s any could exercise his kill to disarm and render
aid of thaI kind. He sold his:: two boats: and: withsome
ans. The time nngh be fixed at each place in ising a Convention to form a Constitution, to be harmless the elements. He asked him why
aid his
all
paid own and
private ,
succession, depending: on the probable amount of laid before the next Congress fur I expenses, he should
acceptance. be so affected now/ He :
business be dune. This these of his men, and when he reached N. York, replied,
In Department would of Resolved That
we respectfully to the
suggest 'frcm the awful idea
had just ten dollars in his pocket This fie of'beinS crushed to death
1 coiift-c t>x;>tet, were this plan adopted, to allow, ether counties in this Territory, the propriety of pre-
sented to Mrs. Hamilton. by the hand of God with stones from heaven,
jn addition to your present compensation, your ne- holding public meetings, for) the jMtee of expressing -
cessat.s travelling, exnses.| the sense of their citizentnM tts all-important Capt. Clark, I throughout the whole of these horrible when resistance would be vain, and where i

Is u p1r.:. ibIC 10 devise any better plan than that subject "*'*'" "*',**' scenes, exhibited the highest gallantry and would be impious to be brave." He clasped

thc existing regulation, for the Retched That the of his'hands, raised his heaven
jtrovidfd .v payment proceedings this meet- presence of mind. Such a man can provide against eyes to and ex

ana Security to each Indian of the fair amount ing be signed! by the Chairman and Secretary, and all ordinary but when the lightning claimed, God i L-:great!

(IJ tile purchase money he ought receive? that the Editors of the respective papers in this Heaven accident Up to this hour, late in the afternoon, I {
of strikes to the bottom
'' Ifit c.-j., any practical suggestions you may make, Territory, be requested to publish the same. ;tsct a ship have not recovered I

u a mid '.ich| i"iay appear reasonable, willbeimmetlirtlet And the said resolutions having been read by we must all silence. are so affected my composure; my nerves >
be able hold
;, ) aaojiwd.1 Von have already had 80 much the Secretary, the propriety of their adoption was as scarcely to to I

exten
have uncovered: the evil to which the Indians are Ca Id well, Rorer, and Pike; and opposed by Wheeling, Virginia, it is said, are men of r i scene was aivfu beyoi d all description. I i

,{ expofcJ, and probably the best means of obyiaIt A. S. Walker; when the question: was thereupon such prowess, that they could "pull down a have \itnes repeated earthquakes; the I e

*! :, th''ra.I. taken, and the said resolution?, as proposed, were lightning has flayed as it were, about my head;

.5--- adopted and carried; by a' lai: and overwhelming streak of lightning, butt back a thunder storm, tlC wind roared, and the. waves have at one

"eM' ", :n the. LuDfuUopapist.col.;: Sandford's letter has fccen published:: io majority nod tear 0 bran new rooon all to Fi e8." 'l moment thrown mo to the sky and the next f ft


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< : and the good order observed in our SchooU. crcnt: : plantation utensils, uid litUa practical% I interference i titan tb-it of'his Honor Judge 'nPive. Hundred floll Reward. .. T ..; ,,' : j

n DAN : By John E. Dl\.idson-Tm ORATOR-May his knowledge, every effort has been made to 1 Lynch1-[Augusta Cons tlJt1rmal 8t. Wrm 7 HER EAS a most atrocious murdei'-w com- ,. .',

-FL good intentions to please us on this occasion, receivethe compete with the neighboring state of Louisiana v Y mined upon the body of my son, t.dTTL&- .' .

S hearty thanks of all the boys. and the West India Islands, but they hare IMPOItTANTFROM FRANCE. TON BRTAN on the 19th or 20th day of Febr my, io ::.
i An. By Robert Towers-May we all respect the the year 131, by JOHN BEMBRY. then icitireo rn .
8.TiUtstY proved fruitless; and all planters in Middle Pdwag-e oj Ik* Indemnity- Bill by the Ptrrs. of Florida the ...
TCRLAAUGUST wounded leg of Arnold; but treat the rest of his body : Andtvrhereas, Governor of he Territory '
I with contempt. Florida have turned their attention to other ob By the Cla.ion.at New York, from Rochelle, of Florida did thereafter issue his p-'Ot1 ". MVf

lcE..n ,,d ".,'os, will By Milton McBridc-Our Academy-May it ever jpcts, with thr exception of a few, who still the Editors of the Courier & Enquirer have lion, offering a reward of $260 for the appr iheniion : "-."4
cv IL "" find it advantageous to on the culture of of said Bembry, in order that he might be bi ought to ,
carry received Paris June 12th and Bordeaux
; tht' 131h: of this inst : Myrtle continue under the care of such a tutor as we have papers to justice: Aad whereas the said John Ikmbnhat not

r'f;:.j 1 (n ) llih, fl' Inlllan Spring; 'n had during the last nine months. the cane, in connection with Gotten. In the papers to 14th. The l'lu.1un left Ro yet been apprehended,, and i? now lurking and cow .

t" ?. fl1J.lb.fllztck Creek. .t S1ii1,,; and on By Albert McBride-May the Scholars of this Institution West Indies, there is more cane planted in che.lleonthe 16th; and the 15th, the Captain ceiling himself ii) the States of Georgia or lUbams .,\

:".dJ\ 1C, 13-b: on TIllhC ever deport themselves with propriety.By the same area; the ratoons arc pioduced from reports that hU broker came on board and stated I hereby otfer, besides the $290 offered by the GovernT i ,: "

, '\.', tl',(' It;:ht J. H. Gibson-May Science, Literature and : the same stock for 12, 15, and up to 30 years that the bill had PASSED THE PEERS the above reward of $500, to be pn d to any ; :;.
-Jir who will
? Bait
doubt now, person or person apprehend Bembry : .0'.1
: Jt India ,,._Th.recan.bcno their} Knowledge, be our constant motto. I successively, and the saccharin arrives at full WITHOUT ALTERATION, BY A LARGE and lodge him in Leon County jail, Florida ..

.<,",71 the :rtJItn" lll4ljruiswjll cuiniaciico We R) W. Bains-Florida-May it be as productive maturity. Here, the ratoons do not fallow t MAJORITY. Meantime, in regard to the Span Said Bcmbry is about 5 feet 6 inches hi 'h, portly : .

4. .. ... Jl the 2:1':0.1 dY. .,' November ncx of great, wise and good men, as it is of Cotton; andmay hove 2, and at most 4 years; the replanting is i isb affairs, it appears to be settled that France, built, and rather chunky-dark skin and eves, with la' .i \ .

,, ;.r1'...".,t 1. t t'; th.1I1 u\1r r.' ptceil: 1cHuW. 1 I. t th-y): be as useful in government, as steam is in generally annual, but the greatest disadvan- England and Portugalr are. to mike: armed heavy down look, and very dark and heavy beard. f 'A
an
tku He will be and
. drinking frolicking whene
rl' he
be n ,
11111111 ) I er cad ,A'Cf
\"1\1' (:1 !"i, n, navigation.By! tage of all is, that the must be cut down .
., 11. C I J'urcs: 1 P L'IJtIt; IUti :1.t cane intervention in favor of the Q':"MI Recent, in hiju-jr. He is about 40 )'cal'9' of ag< and very '
t Unt'. \\ It1 1 II' 1 J.uner P01U c.xtrr-Mlr we small: boys, not prematurely, from the of frost and his
: ;1:1:1.: : ( nip 'he Seimn.M.-- application puisuuncc of tho quadruple treaty The pro mini i.iciplcil in disposition. i;
\l-cscn -ci from forgot what} : we have learned, before the commencement the 5IOiESBiTAtf.August : .; -
vjth a
for
consequently juice is never perfected s;
:: ,111I' of
: ,I.'.I Ibe I gramme operations app< ar.s to be, tint a
I :IJC nt'JI'ct.fltnc1J of the next term. 8 52.tr' ,;t
; .. "' Ikl'I'n, makrng sugar. The result is, therefore, less I' Portuguese i is m.irru forthwith into ..
Legion to '
. '"V cCutltll111f }w Treaty ;t ,
tll r-i-The Southern Recorder
. io ( c 1'I (Geo.) the Montonvury .
:UPOMU: quantity of'an aiticle, in color but d} :
i s-
.a':;" tllhll-nJ" lhaiaU diiHoultu-s had ,i From tlr .v: r. tinning; Star, July t3.? pretty !, Spain: ; that England and France are to supply Journal, (Ala.) the Mobile Come, Adverti- '
*;: r3V3"U L .m-tiuu.made Ly"T" him 1 IMPORTANT FROM TEXAS. litutc quality and grain, and wholly unfit for : money and munitions of war; and that a special Stf, ( (\1.the) Columbia Telescope (S. ( '.) and the '1 .:
the:
; : Ui. }, itrtr repie Coinmi. oncr ,11 the part otcuirfthcncaiyaiPaj I W- have just received, thiouch} the kindness of a the refinery.In l order in council has b-en proclaimed! al. lak-tgii Star (N. C.). will y\t ase ivc lilt:& bo\<5threonsertioiuj ,

C : t :h: \1, wa''. : '. friend a document !lately: circulated in Texas; byvhi East Florida, notwithstanding, the cultivation lowing' English -.ubjrcts to join th. Por'unue' ,avu.ent. and urward their bills lo this ffice for .

...t' l'Ili1rJ I IlJ.l1lfl.. \ !i it appears} the colon isis arc preparing to standto of the cane continues less unsuccessfully Legion as v )Iunt.'ers; and that all are to serve -

5,...,n" \ l. !I'' their nun-, rather than to submit io a military and a period may arrive of more propitious under the orders of ft t:n. Vaklez. the Spanish Land For Sale.

w ,. M} al Tamminy: Hall. dl' I''am which Santa Anna \vns preparing against seasons, better experience capital ,rBlllE subscribe desirous of leaving Uciatnr counJL .
I.atlII't.UI'' them The resolutions hold and decided more Commander in chi'1: This will at once relieve
are
*** ,,. .cr-twn -he efforts that ; tHcyseem ty Geo., utTers' 6)* talc his beautii siluatios -
1(1 ta'\I' 3I1 c < deu'rmitu'd; rescue their and take and more encouraging prices abroad, which the forces of the Queen and
** Yu:' "f IU Xonh' fur governor R.e.gentr en- a.id tract of land on the northern stage road, one I .
.t n" nr; ,- the F:1nalI'S the management of the'r own affairs'c trust may cause the general cultivation to be re- able them again to act on the offensive, and I mile irom the town of Chattatioocl'cc, consisting ct 'i'
;:t a WwH uf Slavery.Th' every thin.: will be adjusted satisfactorily, withoutai .. advance main 250 acres, 35 of which are in cxritivanon, the remainr
:x unInf'd131 W:1$ attended by 1 appeal to) arms. patticulaily: as the last resolution against the. body of the Carlists tier lies well timbered ,
chiefly oak 1
m'm '. lo ive pt'r'l\'C' .d C. In the meantime: justice to the soil, I This, to.ethei with the debate by ua nugnolis
11l7l'1I .-Ur. Lav shows reat n1\ tIllionlI1d temper. We are per on the Ind-yfl- with some few pine. Mosquitto Crc,'k
:1.IJl'( ssui-c nearly -
jc ml't.1'1'lr mu,1 rl"l't'( l '1l'tl Ity Ju.hnIldi Miualiy ntqll..I.1nt11'llh Dr. Archer, \Wharton, must observe, that 16 stalks have been pro nity( Bill, is the sum and substance of the intel- I through the centre of the tract afforJj i It m excellent t
j : \ (:IC'u:", preside4 .nd sev"ial of the sii n' r.so' the resolutions, and we lUred from of and another
a single timber
c'T L \'iC Pi'e''" ; joint cane, licence by this arrival and it is of much im Illill.'ite, convenient to both for I uildinj an4
i-: If l l''IPl':, as i know .IK-HI to l be "o il nnd piudcnt men, anxious to 4 from sawing.The .
land of
: sandy number 10
I '
: rr.W ; average .
t"lcJfl''fd I coiH'i-iate; ai! paiies? -men who will never icscrt tl' pottance.From
l..oui.3.lu:1.
l'lt.uf: ; building:', dwelling house, kitchen s rib,rccat-
C"l fl'.h'rlLT7 joints in 10 stalks. Ten of these weighed
:.r lwfrc lur \ 4 j:1. ins U uot Jnviii by unavoidable necessity. We house all in t
10 1ay 4c., are good order, and c nvcnient t'*
., I 1\11 ,'I.,1I.:1''Jf. .' i11 n v1\1' 11' xt nnmhl.r I ci;::11'I l ho"k} anxiously for the next arrivals, as the last 1 50 1-2 pound.-. 2000 Ibs. is a common quantity the Western (Ohio) hemisphere water. -
1.tht tie
.t' '1' : nu'tiiug was to havvbecn held on the -8ih ultimo. ol frein One made To inclined settle in
: I sugar one acre. planter BOUNDARY tperon to the vi'y of tlirA
:; :;;i; (.lr,1.1Ia, 1 Pit'.t'l..< \lolliinlaJJrcrtist'T.. JiiIi., HOn 1800 Ibs. UMiig S joints only, and leaving 4 for CONTROVERSY.We ialachicola! Arsenal, this farmili :I'i r .s many
The Tuhor.h: : } are happy to bo able to tate 'thit all
iH.jlI! .kllnJ' Ct the -1st I June-. a proclamation issued tojeiph' Lit jCilitifcs-as any other tract of land com t i'. ;ji> more
Hf ID The ; ..
seed.
: .V: ,..rcru'lict: ] HIlI' .J EntIlIt l ol 'l'ebr J. V.. Miller: chict'iam of the Dfpaitmr'i.1 cane was planted 412 feet apart.ll apprehension of a forcible collision, arising arres. It has on it tvo- exccli,-nr SH11';-, ard for
J. fl''l.nh'He1\J nil i 1 tie 1. _,114 lf. Jr I I 1 ol l };lalJ.. caiing: upou them to organize. it hid: bee at 3 feet only) and with an iron out of tho controversy. in relation to the northern health..wilt rival any place in llic nITROCJ.: Attached ,

!L ,. 'I'I&: '! hI : vcl ic42i ?)-('flt3 i.illy p. and :aim for hit PU1''IIW oj marching o the relief .>f mill he -opposed he would make 4000 Ibs. to of this to the-fanfi, there r.Tt* ab )iit IW-: --nd of aicck
boundary State removed. The

"t,.", nn'.J.laiS-! I nh j ha ihefciarac th.r GtITnWrun.$tm Viesca/; who had been the acie. Another, wilh 40 h.mds, made 50 are rattle, and the same number of stock h*';which wilt '
1.d! \ o\nf' 1 1" }' 'cr Lav: 0U.! l,xr ,.'I.t toat I atn-strd by tAte mill ary ( p:1.rt1Z8.IIS1 Santa Anita / communication between the Governor and be sold with it. or separate 5r suit ths; -ur hl\ser. : "
rl"f\. : 'mll'ar 1H.'i 11 ...r't1.' 'O:1IUC" Faa.I ntjj thrown into a, dungeon.; The place' ol lendezv..tis "hhds. il 1 sujiar 60 bbls. molasses, 6000 bu3hrls thn General Government, since the adjournment The crop of corn [prt/brrljly; 5W bushf Is) pourocs, .

r, : .j 1 l' t' 'l t% 11 111\1"111..u..1 woi :. Lf.t is fi.\r l at S.in l-'vhpe dc Austin. corn, 40 b .les cotton, 600 bushels rice, lC.- of tho Legislature has led to results en lHa<, cane, Ui .'1 .tfh.j, : 'rod A ui'vtinu' 'T, th' C'l7f'1IS wa iu-M in the 'o 'n oJ j sidefiwidry improvements, and dealing 130' The above property will he soM low t jr cash, or ifbe '
'l'oVTl 2he i1tI r:. Columbia the *21: Juno. Sims Diusmore 'hechair : 'jtirely satisfactory to; the former. and which
11 Y', ,.',k of tbC -tltt OH i jr.in acres. One hand four iudLtgtwe! r-q-iro-i the pup-tuiser can: *;c occoramudatcd -
I ,& at which it was resvh'ed'Dot tn adopt auof \ can easily mannge 'r embraces all that the honor or interests of the by d, [roi l) Ill;;; '..n the pn miscs tc
I I 1C'11'4 I lIlI\.t11c c"'mmittal until all the citizens ran be: acres ol cane, with a little roMt.fi. I could I State ran be deemed to require. The several RIG DON. I.EPHR.Lt I.

', V \ IT. ":2.i "5 i1'- >va3"W'f; ihc uuin.-y Acar.Kvrr consulted inI rcneral meeting to take place on Suii- \ multiply examples} of this l kind, wt-re it not forfetr objects contemplated in the compromise O..catnr ,;-->. O,-o. ,\ug. 8- .52. w .'

I \1". ". !4 'II':'IJ.. I'. 'fll!; I. t.>r.r's 1.H h fT'\_, J:1'Ih"Texas,June union; alMj COI1 lecommcndiug err moderation to, in the the c :azensuf aJopof I { ol fijtiguirij you. I close, therefore, by bill will accompli.-shed in due season.Ve. ." LAST i'AX COLLECTOR'S" l' UilcETIN : .1

.1"1' H'r. htFLIA1 'il.cir PH ('fp. of remaikmg. that u frioml of mine redeems the \ that the puf-smnce of law, I bhalLaUend at the follow.,
.'"I 1 L I : ? measures :v meet the cn iV rejoice pOi t(ntous aspect, at .
f I i"' Jlll'f:1 4: a ,k "'-al i hi l ,UH'f'U..1t;, ::11.f. loss bre mentioned of cutting down the cane tug j'l.i.-e> f'r the purpose of. colleting the Ter'
t. Kir.i'rr i 5ih-j.il:, \\ one period worn by this controversy, ha. p is.ed .-* ritnrii ..''ial niui 'ovirty Taxes for the Jt-ar IB3 ,. .
rt'o.! ; I 1r 11''! !iS Imp3111:11 1'111lr. FLOnIDXn.IY.In prematurely, by burying or covering it rare and that I
jdr away; he fearful alternative, n \t tIle lii'usc oj Juuu Kiutkick, ont nday the 2Ist ;
', Wh ''! { Ii tu d 14'.cr.m (,1'1"1'' 'f' \ fully, by which tho in .'
D-; 1.tc'1I1 HI proceeding t. speak! of the productions of operation cane recovers short ti.ne since in so near a paxpeet, has of ttitI'ct.At ,i
... .., cUK' 31,5 tros al<*),i ,sU1ttid P't" and of double the the house of Win Roberts or Saturday t
t Vi c-Prctiiicu :lI.JJGII:-i I I this tcnilorVi let me promise to } ou that ifthese part, gives a produce quantity. ; been averted, by mc&ns consistent" with the rcJ5i
tV-v J.>'; )rr. '.f August.
.. tv Tti'mc"-iM; wacomlJoU'd vrhr I I I are not so abundant, nor varied up to rights, feelings, and t honor of all parties. At th u"tuc: of John Ilavis, on M< nay the 24tts 1 .

S:\,' N".n, r arc! die :'*-tn, nviv n'iild I".r Ihe Lnd. I It this time, nthc fertile soil find its farorahl In my next, I shalt treat of the more profitable Great credit is duty to thE Executive of th!- ...fq ltSl. .

-> r.: thv.l! avhu.. aft! r thy -VnerT I.f tUail- I I. i-lrnate permitted3f\ the "orange and :ere of Jolin D. Parish, [M.ekasookylTn ; o1P I

/!:. ..' 1'1r.d.'nv(tti;'t 'Ill. st uU-hf in n $'i'.p-n.'it- 1 I Ion'.." ofthf imagination of one travelle > out this perplexing controversy. The gentlemen ;\1' ftlay Jie hom the -5ih of of uj.V.Angiv. Cause, CD 'Y"h1esday-. I

: :'js'oflMii':, (.14C.: :.*',' W'j i jfl CtCfl.h) >iu- I art \ < tm cmbtyo; if i immense foreststill t From rite Philadelphia Star of Tuesdny evening. whom he deputed to bear ttio. proceeding:I' he iCili A.1St.. -

t '., -. rp""i.'ivi; y, UauJfd ill a Hum .t..r if sen'i I '"l'd'the., -eye' not ) et pf nlrttc'J by the foot of RIOT AT PHIL .\DELPIli I.Lrrst I of Ohio to Washington, deserves the! thanks! At the house of John Backers, on Thursday 27t!$.

".-:.: \u'i h \i'ii t H'si! J'I y 'h, PJc. dCT4t. .iii'l n<;>- man) ; if log hwwes are still found upon plantations evening-, between 8 and 9 o'clock! inconsequence I i of the citizens of the State, for the promptness \ .t.st' f!
t'v a1111j' :' JCJt, H..llt; :md which, 1u. instead of neuter sub | r1IC! Tavern of Mr. Thorapwm, |Mzgnoia! o= .
.: : l' cottHges Of more with which
t'" r of an excitement which had for they performed the dutfor which | Fridnv 28th August.At'the .
4 :, :."r the; : :d.intbt'! >'enary has tet-n y'fii I staoti house--; let me plead in excuse lori some days existed, and which was considerably they were selected. We understand that tln-y!, .. liaise of Thomas Hatvey, [St. Marks] O9r I ..

c :u Irwai .i !M jK.tU-.ati'jr.. i llie.-c by recalling to the absolute want of 2ttb
you agmavated from the circumstance ofa co. were met by the President with tbo trar-kti'sss! :5nltrtl.ty August.

.tII)1tESS. resources
1im. Ii::'. f u1t'it3' ,.i"'lot I fur the luxmi.es ol life, hut for the means of cond-stirrt and also from \congratulate the of Ohio mdity Ibe 3st August. ,
fz .t'J T :nr.--'I1: ; on Sunday evening, peoplb up.-n At ;he More of R. J. Hackley [Tall .hassecl Wed. 'OJ.
:rJ.ave in.iirtiuiM? i f V* f"r a i* w **,,<'k'S j &l4tI I ti'telx''e; the ul'fiost an'iTersal uant ot nifrl- the attempted murder of Mr. Stewart, by his .the honorable and peaceable! adjustment of teMlay: 2\1 s.1'.ember, I

:.:'. j.u:uaj'v I'M'jvcr We' i.r, f nti-uded bche1 ini i I ll lgeiCe upon) agricultural subject; some good colored -en'ant-on Sunday afternoon a large this difficulty. A [punct-orJ attondance is roquesteu .IS !longer i itncc ir.d'ud

: v> pI.t, \uyJi taos :urw.'lo; l tt-a. h' r, lov a concT. .- i lands held f first by avaricious speculators, andUvlliete I p .rtv of men and boys assembled in the neigh- : I hat cantiot a.tcr.l be]gi rom-n.I 10 o' Ioci! A.. .e. to 3 r. M. T :4

}I c.\tl"llme, .nta 1U .dl fdl..w !1iigad: ri..c.d ui.I I locli.l'tuI> by litigation. The sltl<*rhv hjJl hood ol i "Hed Row," which run from Ca From the N. Y. Evening Star. each dtiv. : .

I wluii* vr<" 2>j vj.iy! aim'itnc'tt the Mtjtciiui ta- ; <;
. 4 J.-M t d oui: vttoi ia h.'Vvii.iUnmi; managing } uuth. j interest or gOod, were never con tj'ratHl; an-i I JVmth-streets.. As riot was to be the order Orleans, says the Paris gossips, is going to ttt O. 52-td 0. '

1.1tIJ.1:. .:1 a :n..I."I. ,..! .!.) vf uur It h 1': this the maxim the Princess Maria Frederic Chsdntte! I .
i I even to day i9r to ivsiive t at the of the night they, commenced in good marry lANTED.voyounrLadies !
,;' J.Jtilh'1t, :1.IJ t'dl k1 k1.11 'l1If..i;: 'J thai Ik inuriediutc results tUe sfcr I daughter of the king Wirtemburg -
Under
present
duramhc by rlest way earnest-demolishing= or injuring eight OP nine _. wht: ilt-airmikto be taught
: : L.I.II.JIW" :an.1 UHtC"j rujq nttcuiou tt- us -I these circumstances, fh fint nrticjt to wluc! I i I nous----* in Red Row. All the furniture was loy his first wife Catharine Paulowua, sister the Munu:!si"ki 'z' busincs.: For '

rrectvl.tig pn ol Jui i d1 rut hop.ngtoat lit' attention was and StiU i is imperiously called i ii is i i destroyed, and to make still more tight of the Czar Nicholas of Russia. The lady is in :tuilher particulars ap.-ly -a: :.--- O'l-;
T:.':. ;aoci-eJ cqujliycl! if not bc.i':r, whcJi Lc- aru I Auqusrs'w .
the JNluize Indian Corn I her 19th rnndsomo and accomplished.The |
.duuc .. 11' weB! be '- i or fur sulm'-tein'c. matt rr oiu* f f thH houses was set on fire. Thestate year : 11
j irjiulb p-
: r.-.ucts ;:s :
:'tttu1ncCt; 1vrcgain. fi.r i)." jairpose oi ictciv- For this article the territory i is in a hIgh dt- !I tJOIItwl sounded the alannr nnd the Duke of Orleans will be 25 next Septem jJOHN LAl.\llljH.l Ls.nyuwyauthorised -

:.g lu 1 c':1N1l1J\J:1 .ni worthy icaL r, ki us r... I ;re- propitious.: I have Baid that; cccoiding I rlt"qnioirgfircn1l'IJ promptly J repaired to the her. The matter ha* so far advanced that a Agent p.rm Attor''hh.i/ .' .'y rc- '_ ... .
: JNO. :> A..IIEitS! _
from
to the quality of the land, thi; alluvion of ih- ot action hut informant fireman noble Duke one of Louis Philippe aids-de turn the 'Y st. ., 1 1I
i jfa: tie happy.vjij; *nit, if fn ni any niiMjuvncn j scene" our (a ]) \ 1I"t :3 52-2v
: we all !luiJl. iw>; bipcnnin' J Ju niinti:*- j liver Uottom, the rich low KamrnocK or the oak: 1 -'ati-.x, thateiintH I (ljnOitiOflVm: made toI I camp, has been senton, a special mission to I I

)'.- ,_N: :i/a.;., .vt t us aii 3.? .IKCJ. nud afl"cctic.naic{ to-sj and hickory hammock! cr the pine and black I their in-ti-rf-'ing to exlinninnh. the frtmes. Wo I Stut art, to make a formal. demand of the hand 1- Stitved or stofcn. i ,

.A'' w.k i' va. 11'u..\ icmu: the UIiJ t fcuumc rej Jac.llw! retuiiH arc grater or !h'?r..From unter-"Iand that rh" rio ton* oven went so far asI 'I of the Prince8.I I. Ju front[\ 1.1.t.:,. 8> a senlr.nrisrh': i -v r J"!:Ior 25t1$.

". ",:i ai,<.' lui. .1 ;U' tlittoad.) r.: whu'c r.inv ousr'jJs.fiu'fra.ly ] thr fIt Si, I have knn\n :ls mtu h as 70 bu.-h-ls I to cut th, hose, and: the director of the Hope I : avoul13 and: IaJ between

: ic (-iv-p-
Ui u- .*ii'Ji-r iur uiil 'iinjclthahVi! to ;ur t ri'o- 1 110 nit-Mis a criterion. Vitnn ISO to 60 luh-hrls I the .fir*, wa.s 'ruvlly brought to the ground by I described by various 'ra velie..s. I neither no that will gin informatior 1: .1,

vcl ili .uMiiiuuta h'i : hat li. y w.U ( .;1111- tto I I tcd Its specific gravitf nor the relative quantity where hi- is o;: deliver him te- ,
iitr ; aits \\ \ ', vn y lrepient but the most !,Jc1J cn 1!'. -ivi's', as ;Ll'Y bn I" d .1.r. Ii, tt;.' I ii.l quantity is from UO to HO bu> 'els, bfjc.iuse! I hea'l. I His place howovcr, was immediately of salt contained i in its waters. The shares : : me or I Ivlarlik '

p'lnl h'Jlj.f !Ll '\1Ule md :1 lw(, L t u. t.II1.: ': pl.iiiti't-, with other attentions, sow thishcn} I supplied by another fireman, whoebelieve, are completely do.solutc the air is foetid and Monticelli, sh 4.1;l t suitably rcwardt d.
.
lti"V; aniwk up lu :h' 1.. as ,ui lat'u-rs 111'\l Klirir"lu unwholesome, and WQ fck its influence during D.c.cLRIc .
and xvbeie !
: tbty can. l.an-ls are besides raoffp kept his place. The work of mischief was 5i3.vNOTICE.
< : Kiid.. Lvt tho La ln.- olQ'ar t \lflhiEhl \ Aujru 3 It
J .1.- :"-j.erandU'oin > ( the whole time we were m the desert- A
or less acrid as they are opened, or .j.ore. or not however confined to one spHrt; at a shoit .
(I \-'h t43;'4", !Jb day hunoicd 't- with t ( sense heaviness in the head, and slight fever 1
: les- adapted Jo corn according to the distance there was another who made; HonoraW
T" .,'eo L,' us leel Ia1l"u. to the Almitrhiy BeI previous party, attacked a-'id .lo LC'5! after ilatr. I shall aoply to the -
all
I ta .. iuJKU.th .! cult. c. A wet or a dry season v\ill> also I make an attack on a house or houses,, which wereprotected us only quitted us when ,.- < emll1tY'Cet.rt: Madison County for t
; wl.oi.as < J > tlll.l.I'I ae"
f.rfM'5 t 1 1: dillecence of from 20 50 the we left this injurious desert. Tvro or three ce.'s of A iinini UMlion on the Estate of A lc& ender
the
of :
( ;' :i i'ni.1! iK'W. nji(< may lie enable s :u frt-1 ihanki'.J1. I a to pci Ct nt III by presence the inmates; sc- ANNBYRD.
i aiid.sn'.isfjfdiu: \\jja:''vcijay be Lts I.h"iIJI,. 1 cout.: There i io' al'o a difference arising: from ver.il guns wen :fired, and we learn that fiveor hundrcd monasteries are- scattered) over the Uyrtl.d.cM.AittitS 52 :.v.

1 the[ eat.' less ..ntdligcl of the cultivaj whit-s shot but wlrctlrcr rooks,,promontories, and defiles of the Lib-i- -
.J!, dam:* the I Tcinan.(i'.j- \': gl r or -. .six were any were AUMIMSTUATOII'SWILL sALE.
Kytli 1'jedrW-I.4.t uvj.-jo. cihat wchavced %nc :j ui the \\ idlh of his dl ills, the quantity\ of killed or not, our informant did not stale. It l nus. It is the most religious country in the bi- sold on Saturday the 15lh inst. before : \

>'.' >J Iii our .i I.> ;g1i ruid iu.iy wctnj" y it iiit. a 111\11.. sced ftowri the attentioi duriiijj gi IfH\th. Sec. I appears all the occupants: of Red Row, re'I world and the only) one, perhaps, in which thv llri R. J. IlickU-y'; Auction Store-

." i :' : ch it I l Hul the of all' i is the entire I the the One existence of the monastic system has not led iu ib: City of Tallahassee on a crcc i it of six months
c..tLtJ: r the! {g"lfd J'Cl..1IUl1 with wh v.--:- i moat puJpublc! error ire.ated through rear of buildings. :
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I. I those abuses which in other have bro't mortgageable airj! payable at the -
I place t\.r m.proved notes,
j :'i.at'dJ abandonment ol thu corn and other pi \' .ions. J I circnmstancc rs much to be regretted; a coLored tide and interest -
I Union .\. of FIIJrid all the ri'h'
about its destruction. The monks '
1 J.! Jous GI.C-Thi-! n bccoir.e ri it from the who in the of her [ in thS rv.trtl the
A'-ademy Mr.y ; by some planters, trusting to buy woman, was fourth day I of Thomas T. Willison, dwt in and tu
":.m'ln' '" '(' Luasc'-k-l'iau-d in J<11 the :UmI'l '' neighbors and occupy the land in some more confinement, was obliged for safety to fly with I of the world arc poor and industrious, and Steam Saw and Grist Mill neartht line of the Railtoad. .

t. .all : UajMif subsist by the labor of their hand They are [ I. and Midwav between .I..ihasse and St.
i: ii: : CIlUJty I supposed ptotitable branch. Nothing can be her little charge, and knowing no shelter, '. .
Adm'r.August
VN.
: Tlia BRO
tW.lh'mGl'llt11-I\ iIlfiU"JJceb they' j I more faHUl"lothl-bt. because the profit of this which she could enter, was compelled to remain strictly speaking merely pious agriculturalists 8 52-2 of T. T. Willison deed. -

l} their di :1rp'tl"l'jl'' ii dhcuiinteiianceol of every branch i is lost in the extra price of the corn I on the common all night Such proceedings and the only boons they psk of the Government Alan, three or four Yoke of Oxen. one ox .
tl.Lg: ;that is iiul ]h udaMe in and their I and the only population, are the bits iCT
our sex hy
; so put chased; 2d. no one carries home th" are enough to make us blush for human Can two Carry Logs, a set of Blacl smith's Tools 6tc.
cLccunh: ; snu'es and hearty approbation to our every f of ground which they cultivate, and the privilege ,
same quantity of corn he pays f-r; 3d. the nature Strong and efficient measures Jackson Court. :
pud deed, jr.r.kc U- oueof tlc UK-SI exemplary! socim of being left undisturbed to their solitudeand Superior
(' earn is srnt for it, and the labor lost always at I have become necessary, and as a repetition of Nathaniel Gnswold .-
It'S lie Union.B ditation.E
he most mseasonable time; 4th.\ the planter the scene has been threatened to.nithl, we Pilgrimage to the Holy and Horace L. Sill, f t !'
;James A Mcftride the Tutor of this In- Land duOBITUARY.Lamartinc.
"'atuticn May lose the olDl and pickings ot his o\vn Held' of presume that the Sheriff and bit "posuje" will by Alphouse vs. I: ;" :
ha\c: a safe! and pleasant tnp to his native Samuel Stowers. J I
l lard, and ciij.y ,}he plt-nsure which he has long anticipated corn, which is one-third of the quantity; 5th be r>n the spot to preserve order. STO\ ERS, and all other-persoa? ,.

: : of meeting a '.cloved mother. his own horses, pigs, poultry, and men, are always We were informed by a fireman last night at SAMUEL ore hereby notified that a petition

By John PoilJcxtcr-May each one of ill fed by purchased corn; and lastly, their return, that the mob attacked the Hope 1 L PIED, near Marianna the 21st ult. Mrs. JANE was this day filed by Nathaniel S. Griswold and H. .
311lcny 11. C. ROBINSON, late consort of Co I. J.Robinson. L. Sill to foreclose a Mortgage give n by said Slovens -
tis, hould bis n 'i thbor be us improwdi-nt as himself and broke her t lo pieces.
appreciate Engine,
our youthful days, atnl devote them to 1 Th circumstances attending the death of this amiable to one Win. Brool.so.n the 3d of Jiuary 1833, ana ,
ttc acquirement of knowledge] and literature. and tho de-irth should arise, what could he I lady were peculiarly affecting. But four days previous by him assigned to said Griswold a id Sill, on the 16th

By Chl1les: iun1J'rlyn-tay O"LtN IY of Cluin- say for himself? ANOTHER or JUDGE Ll" CI1'S ADJUDICATIONS. to her death, an interesting little daughter, Cor of January, 1635; tile mortgage i is on the folio*inr .

c), from 11. pn-mm good s-ati1, arrive at a high de- Of the other grains, lye and o .ts arc cultivated .-The Louisville Advertiser mentionsa !"I delia, aged fifteen months, afLer a short and painful property, viz: Lots No. 81 and 82, 77 and SOt known "
'I illness, was committed to the h riotous and rulinggrave. and designated as such on the Mar. or Plan of Man- ,
grfeofi.erjri'ion
before ]Jong. here every year, with a result not inferior horrid act which took place in that: city on '.
d\ and of Jackson.
This afflicting event no ubt hastened the anna, Cnunty
By T S. Snell-Our TearJicrMay he have a to any part of the United States. Wheat i is the 10th ult. and its prompt punishment, under { melanholy c catastrophe now sincerely and deeply G- S. A.WK1118. Att'y. for j

Teant. eicurun' to New England; a happy meetigw1 also cultivated, but there is less reliance uponit the provisions of tho code of Lynch. Some.,|f deplore.Mrs. \ ugust 8 52-laf4m iriswold 4- sm .-,' .,

: 1 lu* Kng absent fritlid'and; a safe return to because {during the rams, it* imbibes too brute, who disgraces the name of Co/croon, attempted I Robinson was in the 43d year of her age, endeared LOST ", '
QJnry.By to life by the entwining ties of wife, mother, ,
S. W. K.-lvoy much :.humidity, and is very apt to become a gross crime upon the pen-on of a I mistress, an,' friend-loied by an affectionate circle Saturday the 25th ult a snail calf-skin pocfc- :..
The Trustees of this Institu.t.l'nMay mouldy. little girl only eight or nine old, for ON et book among which
} i. years t of relations, respected by her friends and standing containing many papers
they qn.muc to entourage; knowledge l ; he enticed her into office i in estimation of the following Notes payable to me or bearer, ;
'J'fl' Next in importance Is lice, of which the experience which purpose an high the numerous acquaintances, the are
may ti.ear l.Ll1Jrt'1I, rcap the} benefit of their cx- I. and deceased felt the strongest claims the gentle Nathaniel Walker's note for $50 livable three days t.
1 CttllJls is most ample. The lowest and temporarily unoccupied, was only pre- upon ;
charities of our nature. But amid the chequered after dale, and drawn same time it, Juno lastJohn
By E- E Gibbon-TLe Prtceptor ofduincyAca. richest lands arc of course the best adapted to vented from consummating his villany. by the scenes of life she forgot nJt the one tiling needful, and Saunders' note for six or seven dollars dae about two .

d"nj'-Ma\ 7.c:11 it, but it is also cultivated on high good ham unexpected return of one of the gentlemen belonging when the death summons came, with trimmed lamps, years ago.Y m. Bratchcr's note or SI 5. due twelyc
,altenUun and impartial course
.11 Ills ScLool', receive the of all mocks on one, and the other the product is 25 to the office. The citizens, indignantat she was ready to give up the husband of her love, hf r months ago, and one ten and one five dollar note on -
unbounded gratitude cherished the Union Band of Florida. All >crsons are hereby
children the
tl jewels of her heart friends
,
scholars. to 35 bushels to the acre of clean rice, not the outrage, took Coleman to a proper above described
1 companions, and all that made earth a heaven, for for warned against trading for tin
Jn B y B- A. nickens-May all the Students of this i perhaps so heavy or so white as the Carolina. place after night fall, and there anointed his that Kingdom prepared for the pure of spirit and contrite notes. A liberal reward w ill be &,yen for the returnof

ltttuo enjoy good health during the vacation, Now, the Carolina or the Georgia crops give body with some two or three hundred lashes, of heart. She now rests from her labors, and said book and contents to R. .i.1 Hackley, or toe -

kIij he ready to lesume their studies the ensuing two, or at most three barrels, or 50, 60 to 70 washed off the carcase with spirits of turpentine her works do follow her, for the scriptures assure us, subscribe, AND IEW BUNCH, ;
tcrm "blessed those who die in August 1 5ttfCAUTION._ -
the Lord.
with suit of and fea. are -.-
" B bushels of rough rice to the acre, from their decorated him a tar .

} ". L. Jordan-May our Teacher return to us wet cultivation; so that when the superiority thers, and then sent him adrift. This treat .

; t re gt1n> 'nth his' htahh much improved, and find us of dry cultivation is considered, as regards the ment, unquestionably, met the justice of the NOTICE. persons are cautioned aga i lost trading ft r two

f By tred l rtctne Ius instruct ons. common health, the advantage i is certainly case; and the Advertiser remarks, that it is the A N Election for the Officers and Directors of the C ALLL notes of hand given by the subscriber -

, ? C.J. M tllnerl'nMale' and Female Academies.iatL fouad in the culture of this grain in this terri first case that has been tried before Judge pola and St Andrew's Bay Canal Company, will and made payable to John Pig J or bearer. one for
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tay l(}' rlSe to te the most be held at the office of Allen Bush,in the Town of Mari $40 and tne other for 835. Said nc tea was given some
( U fiiuD. flourishinG Institutions tory. Lynch for a long time in that city; but, we anna Jackson county on the first day of November i ime about the last of January ot ie first of Febroaty

By Toweri 1 now come to sugar. This article must must be permitted to ask, why the regular tribunal next,-of which, the Stockholders will take notice.A last, and made payable on the 55th of December

1", aciNCY-Alike remarkable for cease to be a staple for .export, although omitted their duty Does not the laws further payment of five per cent. on each Shareis next, the consideration for whici said notes were
tealth1 beauty ileanliness required to be made on or before that day. given having failed. am determir ed not to pay them .
and Do
morality- May enough will still be manufactured fW the home of Kentucky take notice of such crimes? -
success By order of tho Board of Directors.'D. I unless compelled by 111Y.
: : of us Literary Institutions be ccmmensuciotte consumption the territory and for its 1110.lasses. the citiiens of Louisville suffer the commis- W. HORNE, Secretary. JACKS )N ROBERTO.August .

allocations tmd industry of the Teacher3- With small capital, and very insuffi-I sion of such tficnces as his, without another ulyd, 16S. 50-2ms 1 ,! $13".1






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: ..; .JT T-- NOTICE; NDTICE.
-- Watches Sec.TtlE
\ I ;! WE arc requested and authorized to announce Jeweliy, H. A. PIERSON, months from date we will present our vouch- AT the next Januai y Term of Oitdsden I

, ; JOHN FIAV1S, E-q. is a candidate for a subscriber has just re- ItaHaTh 11WU9 SIX and accounts ft r a settlement, and shall apply court the und f8i ned, Executor t\ ",

\ cent in the next Legislative: Council.;) an additional sup. informs his friends and the to the hon. County Court of Gadsden County for Will and Testament nf Johnathan Thomas'

: I August I Al.tf 2 plY of \VrATCJIESjEWXLRT, SiLF.R RESPECTFULLY that he has just received pr. Letters o'f Disn'ission as Administrators the estate will present his account anJ Touchers ;',

,} i; ;: are authored to announce SAMUEL II. 'T ,_ %for sale SPOONS on ,his&c. which he offers Schr. Wm. P. Savin, a complete assortment of Goods of Hezekiah Wilder: late of said WILDER County, deed.Adin'r.ANN with said estate, and pr iy to be dlsrharged for !i? *?tb.
WE .. customary reasonable WM II. S
) suitable for the B-MKACIIUI ?
DUAL season.
t Esq as a candidate to represent L terms. present
; BURNLEY, Adm'x. CfadsdcnCo. June 5 *,.
Leon County 111 the next Legislative: Council. c_ LFREDEEUCK TOWLE.Oct Among them arc the following: 44-Cm

I? July 4th 47 'If 1 Piece Superior Blue Broadcloth, May 30 42GtlNOTICE. -
: 4th, 18 4. (Sit) '- months after ehle
SIX we shall -
1 do. do Rlk. do. ?
::. SufJmit
: W'J are authorised to announce "apt." JSKl'H The subscriber has employed a IVatch-Makcr direct: 1 dodo.. Brown C\ hmarino. A first and V ouche.:as Executors 'f th'e
J : M .)()IIE, as a Candidate to present Lton from England! ; and assures the public, that any work ** rate article for summer coats. SIX months from date, I will present my vouchers John Lester deceased, to the Hon the eIat.?

i'. county in th. IH'XI Legislative Council. .entrusted '_o him in his line, shall be done promptly 1 do. Invisible} Green Athenian Cloth do. accounts for a settlement, and shall applyto for the County (Leon, i.r.d apply for adisChagCOtrt; ,"

;_ June 27th, 1S35.: 4CtfWE and in the best manner. F. T. I do. do. Blk. rSombazin, the hon. County Court ofG.arlc.tcll County for Let-of JA ;; J. LESTER ,
of Pismissioii Administrator of the estate
leis as
J, : are authorised to announce JAMES. .\. In Gadsden Superior Court-.May Term, 1S35. 1 do. do. Silk Velvet, Richard Mashborn, late of said: County, deed.TH March 21st 1M3_. war. LESTER S EIecu '
1 do. do. S.itten Fared Vesting ; .
DEUTI1K.LOT Candidate 3? '
E.q. ao a : to rcprc- Daniel Bird, Compt ) S GRAY, Adm'r. -_- -6rn .
Council.- 2 do. Bur and White Marseilles Vesting' ,,
lent Leon cou-ny i in the next Legislative (
'I June 27th, 1535. 4>UfWE Thomas .5. I 2 do. do. Silk Pocket Hkfs. O.uincy. May 30 4-2-01: _ Nii-

J. __ Prestonjr. 2 do. do. Plaid Cravats, TO THE PUBLIC. AT .the next January Term
-nut1iorisedtoannr'uneItTl11Jlt; MACON Wm. D. .JOflCS, I th,
1 arc IT ix CIIAscr.n,. 1 do. do.' Blk. Silk do. subscribers inform ike public Gadsden Count!,. Ihe .ind/ COunt C
1 re.spmfully: ,
; : F.q. as a candidate to represent Lcn Littleberry i-i. Jones, > ned
I' THE \
And sundry other articles, stub. n : The heirs of Edward they are now prepared to exe'11'erf.lIt1'aCsof Gllchrist
t in the next ['- latirc Council. 'dlllft
county d
Su"'pf'nclersVJ.i;, and Black Hair-CI' 1 Stocks,, l pro.-cm his Accounts ami c
I the House Car- Vouches ,
l June 26th, 1835.' 4Gtf Doyle, decd., and the : any magnitude, (city or country) HI for i ,
: Brown Linen Gloves?, Linen Collars, White 'otlnn said estate, alit! ttJ IJ3 V e er.t
and ?
business workmanlike pray dischu .
manner,
heirs of Win.Ilambly. j jIT ppu'ering; : in a. ,, 'Ii
i arc authorised to announce EDWARD and RrtndoM ll.-ilf I ; Hoc, &c. &e. All orders will be with By their unrenutted attention they JAMES \I. GII.CIltI r r.
\'TE despatch. !
'. .. CHANDLER, Ksq. as a candidate to rcpre- Court appealing that to the the Defendant atisr.\CtJr?:, Thomas of the l thankfully iccehed and punctually ittendcd to. hope to 1Ti.'I.t wih a liberal share of the public pat Oadsden county, Jgac_ !lath. 1-435; 4.C'J j (L.r.

tent Leon Cutin') in the next Legislative Council. .\layO 4'2-if Ai.so tlw Carrnge and CabiiiCt business w j ii'(
t Preston jr. and Win. D. Jones, do not reside in this ronage. EDGE (

. : Jne'27I33- : 4CtfVo Territory but reside in the Town of Columbus, G((. I! A. P1I3KSON be continued as hicrctot'rc-ahl work warranted: done! subscriber TOOLS.
ith,. iie'i'.fst: and best manner The: smallest favorsrittfiillv THE ex pee ts tuhf
'. ., EIP: \ are autliorise to announce and the residence of the heirs Edward D. yle deed other Edge 'IV lt IIPfIicd With A .

GEO. E.: ENNIS, Ej. as a candidate to represent therefore and the heirs on motion of Win.of Ilambly the Complainants, is unknown Solicitor: It is ..I'm13 acknowlediied.auincy 44-Sw WILLSO.VOrNN.[ ( W.u-ren, hint, & Co., D nHa", lJasc.1dltory'he BUl" te(;,f ;:
will sell
I Loon County in the next Legislative Council. tJ.emnt wholes.U!
ar) :
f.lrtnrYf.rieeq
ordered that be 'IIfa:1 !
made
publication agreeably to the addition of ,
r.f
33-tf: cost
I JVIarch:: statute in such case made and provided\ and that said Fresh Groceries. be varrajjed-should transp the-nation 'l'J'fse T iO :-.,, !

MifliiLI1IThiCT.(1Afl'IUN| StTF-HIOR COURT. defendants appear and plead, answer, or demur, to The suliscriher has just received and offers ton high will break from a th S ltl.
temper they
; Dand : : Ianey-$' In I Trespass on the r.a upon the complainants bill filed in this cause, on or before I 'In- Axes be tXek] ned iJ; ltfron.

!\ t (;e&) cf Harrison, 1 1 premises. the first day of the next Term of this Court, or the 20 |lls. Irish P.vatoe?, will arc J now, beiug made fr tJij' maiTe t.frs,

K"tf r tradi' .Vc; ; rt* J I Summons ad respondendumu same will be taken pro confcsso. Merchant a T ail i 0 l' 41) (II). suprine Flour, IIc.rf'rel\'el I ,.ttJ ? s.shortly.t I ; GED. L\ 31'IAJ'plli .an"

rio: fl 4' Kamy, } for S ll"(| dama cs. A true copy. 2 j boxes Cheese, !_ .! G.6n ,

: vs. J Attachment fur $518 issued! Attest, J. .. HARRIS, Cleik.il'v2. ] ll(> do. Scotch Herrings, -

Jo\n Pig; j I I. Jit'119,18:1: =1-returnableAo- 4 1-4m TALLAHASSEE 10) do. Sperm Candles, NOTICE.
; 4 | H FLORIDA. J.L ,
\ prrsrns haunirary !
rm'/er 'Ff Till, IK15.T.1E : 3U do. Soap, it !'mnj, n' -
James Thurmond; ) JUNK lUili 1S.O.vs. : tate of; t'
I 2 Mo-avian Pipes : Tapt. Tlu-s. \Vjik l1"5Ueof lie L'
defendant and allfllh'rRinhl't I Icll1'f hercJ s
; t 1 :: :' .
> A ttaclunent.J. Ulk-de
t J iifitiilc'l of the I institution of : he aid( suit, u iiil 2U kegs Lard, J 'lnsull i CountyMllharl I I < "-
W. Day, ) ments-of( the SLa',.
nc to the I ,| .rr"1
I 10 do. Goshen Bu'tcr SiIISCib..r "
t of IIC issuing of sai.l Attafhnunt, and tu appc ir and I ,
Defendant and all 1 others Hants L JoserIl I
plvsid ti) the dei i! iriii-Mi filed in s.ml 1'.lS e, according: THE IT'OOlhs. New OilcansSupar. .L-rc } a' Liuind all Pet sis lntlrbtfd
t i it- arc hereby notified i- \Vi'.h assortment of oilier Groceries for sale the said I' 'Ire he,'(!,% t
and
to the Srituic: st-i; isc ir..t I has been sued out of the office tothesulciWr.: Jf >li> TTHPnVymir
the lowest cash prices. A < (
June 19 I 35.
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\VESTCd'FT of the Clerk of n.bkn County Court, (Flo.) and I t I ..lklt.n.f
J. Jr. GEORGE H. LIXDENBERGER. t ,'lcd r; .
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'he .
Defendant and all others inteicsted, are hereby : _. :" tlJI.IVr. : .
JUlie_ 7I.h. l 1'\:. Mx AIt'}. for PPtff. Tallahassee 31st. January 183. 2 j tf _--- ,! .
required to appear and plead to the declaration filed 1 ,
NOTICE in Ihe case. FERGUSON, N. B. The subscriber returns his sincere acknowledgments I YSPKPSIX AM; 1 J -7---------I I'VER.CO'IPfIXr( ) : i

\'' A LL persons Invii-j; ai y tlemMid": "? against the Es- June I I.t tIll? A tt'v. for Plaintiff. tor the very extensive: patronage he !has g Dr. J. I 1'. PErKr.s PJ"llt"' or of Phi.'i'rlTiCC'Me.
_- n-c( ived, and plcd ,;, himself that nothing his rffciii ho
.1'6. tI'edCuiiil! EJw\rdsde'J.lrtl.lrtlJynrtifin]}I [ ; on part, w for several y : IJ
i STOll.\ (; "; AT ST. MARKS. :hall be wa.iting to please the people in ''er.eral: : tnn, tuthr lt'r"r! flitre:
treatnento
to cnt their claims duly authenticated witin: the DIHECTIONS.TIlc II CtiO,11C
: l"'I' tI illrtterat
I tim p foluin d I by Int" he undcisigned, or they will; THE slI1t!cril'r lumr.i: : Cl'ntcltluI huge and eom- Height indispensable., ____________ n. ii. L. IWI'. has! S1I"CC( dul, .or eb. n.ll'itf.analy.1 is ds.: .
---- -- and
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:ou Warehouse -1 t the i. f, !
. be liutvet bartxd payment.JftlfN' ''!. Judge' formerly occupied by 1. found the chest under coat. In the Snpt rior Court for the County of LCI'Iitl. I" mllt a !'IlIllIn.tl': )! fH'11I eHrtt }
Crane takes
ihis
of i lruli.
l : KDXVARnS friends opportunity informing his i 2. D'a! t. : Did. of Florida Jlpril 30//i) tj35. mall'I 1'' t.tt': I'rII"ll'lf's1) hi'i" III' f.tS iHO
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and ,
A the : lEe
mr s. public generally, thit all C')O ds .tllr'd l )lIalllf'I.lwlI1r' Stotiuuhir.T( }
1 ': UL. r.mvRDS.) S : 3. From bark-scam! to elbow and knuckle joint. f-r Hef'.Irl'if".Jlddn: .
with!
him dimuel J'ru
<-hnll have his -s-trictrst attention I and thn'rordeis Hale \ttc and ) f.rovr.t I f.-.r; nit.re otITeient thi
4.
June Hound{
27HVBv : i
.I I, will be attended to with promptness and des. 5. Fr the thigh. (.ndi'r., CompPiit. against | di-fc. ..rei!,' ill eurinj. I host. any liniecty III,rf.f

4 I ;iforinu1 & Shipping1 of Cotton.Kr.i'.U !, patch. EDWIN. DORSEY. the 'lfl the hip-joint to the ancle. J.ihnll. Pa.kr-r, John W I II.Ua..i l t ul ami I boity, which art diiric.jri.p m.lbti ct f
I _A !pril hiR 3 C1 f Py above scale of measurement! entlrmr! n at -i i, ,', C. C. William--: } I:; Ci\vcchr. I II tier I awtfpiii"" tencially! rfJlIl'-fo\'Jlle: ri-
wilf ttrrns .
: : .v TUHGL'S attend to Storing and I distance may: be enabled t., f r.' -ird I their measures, I and nlfcrtV.: \\1I1i I Iy u'r' J:11 ,' I.nu.t
.I (. .t1on-tli'y will also advance on 1;' which will vH I, ..., ntis, | PLI -. .-It i is !ik'svi.] an .,' w'S! .x.
'! I I .\W(;1..11 VIi\ (i. eveft < M. 'itcnlion. anil Jane Atvi-n! Extculiii [ 1 l-f. rCHalil nlrc tor cr.
nt of the
en i' SPLFKN-.
t ; Cl4..if t-n. n't.i il \>> thei-r e\re for shipment! tunnymaii.ct :
: H. Throop.ig' of Batik Notes a. of; Edward I Ai Len, decd.Iefctiktts. J j
,7ftr < A the
.Maj>
iit".i
iuilie t'liiI1".'' S'ulcs or elsewhere and \\il\! O c syropffiis[ of ['}'ir'C'p..iarnd'
., -, th'-ir ..:l.,rt '. : Tallahassee; St I Portraits, I Ilrn':;; flf Hills, Hiiviness and Visitui HA. PI. i. N \\ :: j respectfully in- J ,1'!!;lnls, are fHsuleiipy! I MI nts: [ Liter-e..It.
or
t :t u; c ili' III\ : : in
put i :.:: C.utls; liploiias. Not.irial and Society Seals., those .fhis I 1' -in !.:itn! ns, ;awl the imli- TElE i: .Subpoena; av.-an'ed in T'i! ltht.-lI, melaiirlir.Fy! I r r:: !."hl! tI. tlC sto.
: :
MHil;> Ort.4ih, I 10U:' (Ptf) J : Y, : t rr.t'iI"lt.
: -.i i D. JV Plate and all Kinds lie generally that in1 will ta .t in th
S Masonic! Engra\ini( ;; e.xeeuttd cttllri. "C' the i'ail.ring luincsson e not havniic: \I. en extru- lilt tIt ; great irr '!nfarity! ot "
"N0'nci in n .supciior, b Ini own nccounr in all it- !Itr.tllf"lafill ted on the D.fend.mtsJohn [H. P.nker ard J'.hu.! \\ ('i'Ctit1Il1ir.h; iS3Gl1: f.
THI.\-Tl i: ::j: f u\s :. I manner Spceiii'ensmay !' s>eetiat I IT varlittis I times \oran">tis lru\t): other ;irJils f ;
\T.. V\ Il.i Iii. LJnok Store. where odixri may be left. the uld established stand formcily occupie-l by tin Massie, ami it appearing to tl&'. .,?i"tai'ln of tl I e ; tend( breaih, IIlUI' .aknl's rlatlr lifinienrth.r.t ;
W ,
,
Th'I.JTIIEIr.s: nIT/CE
of
\: 1' r', I' TlllalihI'I'1.1"1'11! : 1 J I 11t I lEU;. Messrs. R B. <$. J. B. Bull, on Monroe street, ndj"inmz Court that 'hit v arc not inhabitaniN: "I' this Oi-Iri'l I aiil C'l'1\ctalic, palpitation tUc suiavt .

j 9 I AU AllASSl! .. 'hr.Ih; l .1?.J. 5 il J" Sign and oriiaim-rital painting executed us a- the \\ alcll.m'lli.ill'r! cstiiblishnicnl of Frtde-'ii'k: Ili'c in tU! l.'nited( S'ates\ the! sun1 Julm H. P.irkr I of t the lioucls, ..,ire orf ,tie C.-OWMOCSSS, irg1l.I.y!
: tM! 1 .fl\ 1,1"'r.) : i pr Slrrllchfu ai-
act -.1 .
.; ; BYin!..,] tli.Uidl pa>> B ..n.1.r'i'ip ..\.1\1 \ 1'v Au.Liolle.-.1 j bovr.j Towlc, Es'q., where he will continue to h'-ep on hand: I in tin- AVesti( ru D!:hin of thiTerntu: y, anti the tai: I i : l.anim, I the head! ,, di/zincss .r vnfiiro 'f'l.f"si'il r, n<' J
--S a I'hoiec assortment of t Fashionable allJenson tilt.!e Jfltllv.. M.iiie l i ill the State of Vuviin: : It i.. oi-t I ;miiiil I, sirinulcc' with the los- of ;
( i iJ: I'uruardc-d; : hi' Jto tI.. "ftlCo'II1C."trf :
I by j COTTON GINS.i GOODS of the latest importations ofwllidll I ho lertd tint t..c! iid Dc cnL\IIbtlu r.u-mrry a
, will furnish > appt-ir anti. :'1:<\\1' j i.Mhe: stMnari.vhen; ;
' ( the 1'.ur.." 01 ti! Ti-niii. ry of Floid 'i; an tint I lET IF.:: Si'b'.eril'er Ins received on A enc}' from I } clothing to the order of tho'-e who may please to I lie complain! kits lull aerording to law. And that a i si-Li! and Iiearn.r.; er.Pty.arid rlulIin ,Vaffmiw, of
:::- t dl AMI 'ei r.: .lnl1 & in'-rly in, <'.n'h iumri-! I paiL -\\f'.dm'/I in the la.'k
]1t year vT-sM-.s. lli.b'Ts ftvour
) him with their .t' tii! onkr be
. .. niKelley. succcssois to Camp p.tiiu e nt the shorn notice copy > forthwith ii.sti-ted! in tin: Floridiaii ] Ianiu.i-, disturbtd I col.f:
skei>, Vet
dn I I' f.I niit.trtiaiiim't: Treasurerutidero ami I h.
:; on tl .1 < to the i bell S- GIt ylt:, and I 1 for t'iret. months sIu'r'.i ively.ISit.el urit.e.iness in. the throat : n
.; I t '1 l., '..\.'fl \t. t4e J."MIK-Jiulire, a (opv 01'\111.' the plan cither of Boatwii;ht, or Campbell iiCij on reasonable terms ;sCj1':: Liberal deductions will !ilL ( i I T1IOS. RANDALL, Jl,1c., I hrf"a"t, ice. cnuh, pin: ia the stIle cf0urn I

.1l.; ; paleeil'! f "-.t .f.y bun, wiih; *lit a.iiount and at what ]>r.e, and will be warranted of tie best t quality either! made on all oiders for cash, or prompt I payment. The TISI, .. S LINN, Cleik.M 1 1l The above maladies load .
' \ tIw.! : ;.. .f" ', ai'.l I f"-u the I same was m.ul: I< to rg'tiiic affections of tli
of !
t' iron or steelSaws( as: may be prcfcired. They suM-riber) wou'd return his sincere tl.anks. f.'I' past favors : iy :uiii: 423mHO tr.inar !,, liver and heart
. ,,i il! A I take ; ofi tcrr.inatin .
r tt" XMIv I.< s u< requitrd to tore! will he ceived in lh" ; In Dropsy'or.(
I'f and
.. month of August, or early in hope Mill !by his a's5iilui i'v and strict niteutioii,
i t' 4 .' ; it suits their! B md.sW sumption, Apoplexy! &e. aC'e'.r !i.-n the
'SJ \ v, t -:5l'p next, be sold and receive
on shaie of ,
':j" mt.t iUtiuiiicd.; : Judges' : of the ( "otLsiy ("ourtv are \} accommodating a. g'-nrroiis p.i'.ioiut" (: WAND'S its, -ipc, Sf'Xy arid t'-ni cr:1P.12i1l of q!1. patient.
ti-ims.
Tallahassee tioth! April H:<5. :37-6
nyun.j i : rti.lftit i l delay! tot foi ward, pionTly'ei; rtilti'nn1 I All orders will be thankfully] received and in_ S f I IVepartdbyJ. P. PETER.M. I 3MWgf..U8, ::

'. ijpruvt1 it tin- Bonds of Atieii i.>neers in their po.siMi. ly attended tH. JAJ81r IULLIN.( punctual ItOjl'i U' TONIC MIXllJilE, '1'NIC( MIXTURE. I Inventor and .sole: proprietor.

t :. '"' .1! I :\\RLE AUSTIN, .\N"PCostive 1"t'stilllaii-XLOmer/\1. tifi"Jt
Tali.ihas.serApril 18th, 1835. 36-.lms FULL -supply of this valuable medicine is I tCI mizit! be adducfd !-

.. ___!pi_ tf -- i"r'- -: .tJ.'f- _t.1' lii. :Territory of Florida.: /lllti Pills. J.t_ J shall hereafter have u constantly justoc'ivcd. on relative to the cxtraord; navy tures j'erfnrK.'i

Merchant Tailor STACK TO JACKSONVILLE. I consequence '>f the numerous attempts to palm) hand. by using these nieiJirir.r- ; buttl-efollowm-jjirt-tJ': !! ugh;

; The spurious imitations of Rllwani.'s'alnt.Ilc Medicines IT tW ARt STf.P TO BF. A SAFE stirlicient satisfy the niiiid.s! o the most &!n-ptical:
L Thrf '!'irs nvrlh of fie Planters Hol'l. ptihlic are informed on the public-he has determined confide ASP F-FPF-CTi From Dr. James Eicett
to lh. P.EMKD1: KOR Fr.VF.H ASH Aoi'K IF T .Inlfinr > iKE
jI I. If.f. i'iiitilK:, epi-ifiily: informs the public that ILi that a regular Line of Stages sales exclusively to agents in difl'ennf! paitsof tinecuntry Tin: niKKt: .TION;. Reports[ having l.e;...i ACULKAHETO en-tunned: ion, or Family PI J1,1./ .
"Jj1. t1 h; v ji'M ri <*, ivi-d a --iirrai of pora] I Ii from whom nlone
; supply -- -_-_ has been establishedbetwcm the genuine articlfi can b-S tli.it this mixtujx-contain* aiacnic) I ain directed i" NEW-OKI f. .\s, Die. 2ih; 1S3I.
i ,;ui.ti: !41!(- !.. "-\'t'y nr mli or his jirufcssion, con istm;;: 1 Tallahassee and Jacksonville :UWaIlIlCp. had, and to guard the more effectually a .iinst the imposilirJhs the P, j'rictt'r to say I that these repot t' art. utttt!' !ful y t To icf'nm it may! concern. Tl i is i is t.> certify, tlist I IImvr

: i in jurt of Blue, Bl.irK 4MiXi.-d, GM-OII, Invisible Green, Springs ; leaving Tallahassee every Monday moin-: ut 1 UIIl"IItorised'enders ; he has instructid I -aii'l I I am ao! nut:!1.rised to oftlra Ktraril of y I U-, 1 1O w i.n".I.I.I ( opvratiru ot' I).'. Prlci's.Ve'i/fii.:.!

;. : DraU! : icelc OiT*n1111, t Drown' Bro.tk liths, suiped I in and arriving at Jacksonville on> Saturday-from I his ac nis! in l4)",..i'I! New York, Phil delpJiia. and I )Dollars, in any! one who \\ili piove the exist L-PCI Slowarkicr ft lltpatictr. in a ni'i ihrr! rf very oiistinatt

i Drabs, Lavt-n-li and Tea {". uUI'.l l isimercs( V( st. e whence travellers to the North will find ready c invjveyancetoSt. Baltimoie, !t. mnkt no sales to mtrcftdntsmnl! ntheriil7iy of the least j pirtiel'j of Aistnie; : Mercury l Antimony. I I Iy.4pcltir: alt! Lixer-atrt-ctii-ns-.if loiiLStaiutair.Lkt.wisf : ..
: lIt..r \vhich will b(. nude to order. Ladies I I S' and Savanna / (J the Meicinrs la be cnrrltdS-'iilh f r w'e iMM'M-tal I cases of the 1:1.1 .'
Au/'i-tineby 'gcs, to ]?I ng-i.i. or any other itoisiuous in I'M: nt in) it. I : C r : tsol'tins f' tlr.;
1 1:.till; d ie'es and clu-iks: nndr in the most f.In h Jh.iJk j by the Steamboat.! Ftrl'lhrc1'11: wpv $ 2."i 00 t ..\';- quai>titic> of a pfrmeious} article in inii a.a-n t' I In I order to -(prevent illll"-tl Ifln tVoin roimtt rfi its, m' I :mi us; rilT: ('IS were truly a tl.Jla.lrn I Lave no k-
:.;'l,'\I.'. the j:*niiine .Mixture:: have been manufjetiircil I bv pj i:.1itn nt tit 1 i it the
l
I viluaUe
t
Jan. icms : ml
2., tflj- 1 l' 5if 1 JAS. ]\. HARRIS. [Ill rsoiis e.xci-pi :uuhot.M acenlb >Mii be n.nr.-.hnl I by c.Lring p.'cjiaia'iaa; :
'. I presf ntini hiinsrlf to the puUi }he imlJlrtatcg ---" S. Comstock &Co: ot New"I'rl<, and iCtit'to the the Proprietor with the mixture to a11 I f 'r tlios-r: Iii,;n', iHg aiVumif lltfl lias: C\f'r vm.e with

I I :hl: noni' _hall 1 Imvc his shop without,.i tne. {'ntircoi ) t, Now Book Store.SM' \ S'jittlifur/ Je.. The name itRtrt.nd insti-a; I <.' Itou- sol: agent! for Middle Florida, ami aiii alined atin.: i am M.1 ) in inv knowlidge. JAM b EU'ELL, l. D.
jLl.r..tl"lI me owner, anu warrants Ills ,!tqa.i ; and, is (m tie b,.t.les of the iinit.uion. The y II
1 : earticle \ ': Uo-\aiui that ( n small lot ld Wilkes Conn Gro. Jsa.
r 8 o-cvjil s. II \Ir. Eeli 183J.I.I
'. Phil.Jf'lphL\ New Yoik. He will ) "rilll'r Ins: reccivtd: l and will open imnud'atrly be h.vl, of tlie < ,) y.
< usetvcfv 'j"n follow i .
1\ ". ; (lie xt door South of J\Ir. Maner'l may p. rs" nu., .1" illt'i not a single l bitth; had tJtCllor will !hr snt, ..r si.Id! !11\ I i The ir dt rsi;ned ran bear test-muny to the superior
: ll.at store)
ud >
: 'avor to pierce onc llt't'lJisc. I tne 01Jygf71t.1 in this- of Florida
every p part and Gtiria.E. ,
him of
:
Dr.
loan i Middle -ti--M-y I'etcr's Alcdicina
air a Siiiitm I .u of HOOKS and STATION AI.Tnd } pi-rs-m Florida t .vepl tit me: : t Sinniirhi'nprt HeI'jtric -
would I I
: Kim: ul t h is icsident of TullahasiUiri'i'd
<
:
: I *is : a pnnaneni U.
; J II Pciktns, Gt-tipr.il AJTCIU, TalJaSuis: : If .'lrsmic Inn bftn uncovered iii I 111 thf: rure of { Livtr Cu
p1 be :fjad! to supply his friend and tho i ingeuer.'il ce, unij! mixture callnt i rrKl'i.ant(: |'uin'JtV.
i C-! solely with its in'.crcst! he asks the community I .
I William
tup.rt K.-rr ic Co., TJ'm'l i\'ilIe /ioiC'/7ii/'s it mi'St hare btca .. rsoi.al) WW.
.
I of :1 in, ,11I'Jp!C.f with! any articles in his line on the most re.\- in onf oj lilt plll io'(.' imitations. ii ; t-xpi-rieace. ; G. JOIfNHJ>
; '1..II.t l-tf sonable tntus. JI I Lin tugh his :ist tiert is not yel 1 I J.lmrs C. Ec'-les, Cluiney, All I I person thcrcfdif. tvl.u j; \\ i-h i tie :tiun'' I 'r PS Mcdiciiiie Stoniarlncs Hf-patire are j-utui
Kfrrfv Sluices, St. Marks, Tonic Mixture.Jiould: be ill purctls wi'h full diriftinn-! f
very ien<' athc experts to i.iake i ) it so by i.hipmnts al- cuitiutisof W 10"111 they p.''- ; 'r tz.irg. Fri lnoni
Nw Thomas: Alexander, I lirk ti.-.vn, chasc it: My label will In-1 l 1..til tll iiirer? parcels) will be .
Books. I n..idy made, ninl others to be made by the fit Sl vessels InCH)y $>ultiiiy: nit l nectssar.- ctuiplttcacue.The
Darius \\ illiams&Co., .Montictllo, E II I'EUKlNb'[ I f price i is $1 n pantl.A .
from the! Nuith. : : Sole l'l1tur"idlc!
The Cavaliers: of Florida.
oivod
Virginia Fi .
t BUST: 10 17 I Goldil ,% Folsom, Mickaso.ky. r rcat of the above
Hi-I riv 23.l; quantity v.slnalleprefa.
:: The Coquet WiMc-r in tluV Jia als the Christian Almanack, published cx- I L tf.j1 'crj
ft : rumplrin' The labil of E. B. Perkins will ___ ___
'
be all ratio.u illl.e .,
the bottle.- : '
I on w kept hand
:i m.vy! for Florida calcalatfd constantly 01 >
| ; fur tilt Mircdim -
\ .- .t. \ :U n runout.: Sharp 1' itci's, Exnin' of!t sold by the ab\'c
f r .JMvU-tsy4ti.t :l1':- .of \!-cciazwousa11lcIw.;! -'] I Tall'diasstC', and f >n ainin: )local matter in relation)I Tallahassee ngents. i E.: B. PERKINSTdlalia5S! .
Bjok'S. A-t.-s-o ,I to the Territory, winch he offers for sale either by tligi July 7th. 1857. 43lf Who! i> authorised t dispose of. tl c-n. either at wl.o'(

(. s, d"7.i-n ainrle In Jmlsden Superior Court. sale or retail, on as reasonable t Tins: they cants
tf Thi Ri'iijri M : SIu'e111; fur 1t1;. Th'T<.Wji lul l lS or copy.
I : ,>m.41 i .1 i->*:.. WAI. \viio:,. D.I ... I in.; 1 imi. l 1'tf J AR. S. LINN. Henry Gee, Gump. } ubrai-.iul of the proprietor. AIs > (hy
vs.Littlebnry. I Dt rrs. HOI.MKS & : II UAMS, Catnl'tllfonfe
Match !'Mii 33tf.NOTI
r -- i'- ''k'1i II. Jones I| :M-. HALSLKT, Dn'.t' Apfwlacliicola.; 1

( I1.. S I Ihr-nry W. Peebles } INCHANCCP.T.. JOrf. l'RH'--fUn PETERS.

r : fjlin'I s'tb Tib* r r I tuiv t: !his thanks to tlc p1.-,' ;! Gabriel Smith and j The followir- air few urnonc!; th ; many persons that

I 8 lor liy WWf"af'l'O.\ .!.. ,iiitni he has ru'ciitdtiucc Benjtniin ward, j I L-iiu been cither euiirely rurid (.! greatly benefited

he I das I been: m this JIII"I'l uuo sol'-iis: a contii.uiincc'jftheir Uesjiondents.: J within the last twelve months, by the use of.D Pe*

p1 tri u-.ie. JUM 1""... n. ed per schr. Delt.", IT appear; from atifof''loi'y evidence; that the De tors' Mfdtrina: Stomachicae ct II p\tic within DJstate

t' Ii direfioiii N< w "HlH j:,; -nei-.il I :-iii-imcnt of Wool fendants-, HenryV.. I'ieik---! Gabriel Smith, and A 1) E and sold wholesale Hud! Re- of Georgia.

;.' len, Sianle' and Fancy% < >10:0 J SI oes,. I Hats( 110110t \. WARRflLNTED Benjamin CI rd, do not reside in this (Ptstri'-t, but tail in Mrs.I A liner Hicks, Wilkinson.Mrs. .
Cu. r.i.1 !r Frederick comity, ML!. by C Herstonconcerned : Cant. James Willis do.
wait-, reside
lry, ui-'tiun ry 'nv-Uery, <$-c. con- in the States of Alabama and Lousiana, : It is ,
aistin: ..J IIIIH', L1'1! ami I browii Cloilis! ; blue, black( thcicforc ordered lli.ittlicy do appear before tile Judgeof The in the- Patent with 1>1'. JudkinV Cot. Wrii. I.'. Bond, do.
; : liiuh and doutilf iiitlid ( above ( iiitiuent i is o Ho red to the public as a \V. Laurcns.
.ill\crls CaSsnatbaiitl Wayne Eylands
> : : ; the Superiur Court for the Middle District of Florida date and Esq.
4'4.t' t .: '< ; IvH.-.tsh, Tn-ncb and American J 'f ntSj; I Gadsde-i County, [sitting in certain remedy f fir ;hose obstinate diseases, Bryan Allen, J Ksq. doCol. .

.-,. LIMtL'I"' \iI'lloalll; Y Silks ai.d Silk hJ\\'ls, tro I'I'.11' before the first day of the next November chancery Firm J on or of .some of. which I li u\e. so long baffled the skill of medica'cience. J'I1nV.. Porter Morgan.

tic .\ \".; Jai-Konet, S\viis. nnd :Mull Muslins ; said Court and answer the bill filtJ by the Santord Chapman, Esq Jones.
Complainant
1st
U, -1, .nd 0-1 brown Domestics, of a superior quality I !; ; '= in this case otherwise the will White Svvellinpsof every description. Alexander Irvm, K.sq. vv ..Miing'or.
;
same be taken
( 'ottoii ILt.eiiig md N% jrro Ci.iths ; a general assortment i A FULL supply of Landicths' superior garden, con feso. pro I II 2d I Sore Leg 1 and Ulcers long .tanding.d Col. Gco. G.AIathews, Green

\f Shoes; a variety of Crockery Ware, Hollow : uflSLht.rb and flower seeds just received and \vurrcntcd::1 July 13 4!)-; m I I Schirnisor Glandular Tumours particularly! :-larch: 1st, 1835. 30tf
Ware frc th i by those hardened tumours in women's J>rt'a3ts which often 1
('utleiy, Hats, &.c.Is .. Cgnac Brandy, ; E.B.PERKINS. -.Jliddle _
Holland Sm Sicily.htrry, Portand C1.uctVil''S March I 1st, 1815. 30tf District-Leon Snperior (ourl. I limes terminate in ulcerated ealH'rrs. .
; TO THE ASTHMATIC AND C ONSUMPTlVfc.TH1
with Hlllt'rrtc1es; tedious ; John H. Browning and B.v 1 4th Felons, or what: some people! know by the name
many too to mention. Pur- F. HI: most prevalent and t fatal oi'all Di>ca-es jCL I
Cl1sr.rg! arc mvucd call and examine "RESS' DRUGS Browning, .Merchants, o Catarrhs. of every description.
to for themselves.AUCX'll. WINES J d.-nt to civilized the C vnulIIIlOrma1
and Co-Pail'ncrs tradinguridt'r Gth Rheumatic Pains of I society- [
thejomts.
FOIlMY DUVAL.w. I l generally .>c traced t. the least Alariiing of tlisflrd"rs, ;
Tall:1ha I Surgical Instruments $ and using the name > ATTACHMENT. 6th Sprains and Bruises of description in .
i. : _,_ Nov. 4. J ltf.3.: [13tfJ| of Brown &. Co. whatever put situate. every or a sliglitbut neglected cold. By estimation; it aj'J'eai: ?

STORAJi! TH.Al) STOUAUK! !!! i I HAVE just received a full supply of fresh I vs. 7th Tetters nil kinds. In this complaint, the Hut one hundred aivl! fifty thourand [ &rson.4die annually results

.: TTN addition to his ware-house the Drugs Medicines and Chemicals. Pure William B. Shelton. J J lent, in applying the 'Ointment, must Keep tho part pa tel be the attributed consumption. 'Iost of the colt, and dreadful a negligent! .
PORT MADEIRA THE Defendant out of may to common
& and water-
MUSCATELLE ll'LVE all others interested here
stibsrribci' iias rcceiitlyerccted a spacious build : are treatment of the cough that generally} en>nelw
0 :H feet furieceivin in bottles, imported specially for lie use of the by notified of the institution of thib suit, that Attachment 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost. h.irrassinp 1
ng 80by rottonaud CIOJS. breathing. faIn.
I hicli is fotloweJ difficn t
." I has been issued It is also of the usually by ..
best
TDI0TlIY'1'C.\RTY. Weigand & -5l1 wdcn's superior AMTI'TA- and that they arc hereby required one remedies 1 for Barns and Violent and
in the a'nJn; and it last Ulcerated Luig.i.
St. Marks, Decemh'r27Ih1F31.f. I TING' 'rRKPiiiNiNo, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECTING the to appear in and plead l'i the declaration according to short Scalds.time.It eases the pain and draws *fl i B MB B MI > HH statute such c ise made' and provided.
MB k. B BBiHM*>v ,
BVVWV BB B B l H B va l and POCKET''INSTRUMENTS in tit
in
cases. One or two dollars expended fur
symptoms.
Territory of Florida. STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES LEIGH REID, AtVy for P10's. For InflamedVomeo'8 Breasts, and Glandular, j
Silver Lancets and I chase ofDFMFPvIES
August 1 5ldf Swellings it i is superior to any ir edicine yet known to
In the Gadsden
,
Hardy B. Groom Brynu Croom" Supcrivr Court. Lancet An Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &.c. MEDICAL_COLLEGE_OF GEORGIA. the medical f cultyIt is much safer than mercurialof .r REMEDY FOR THE PILES !

and Jamts :i ills, Complainants. assortment of DRIED HERBS from the fB >HE Lectures in thi institution will be resumed any prcpartion of that material,) because it does Tim proprietor begs leave to rocon mend (which

'). IN CUA CIr.T. Shakers-among; which are Lemon Balm, Catnep,, JL On the third lUonday in October next, and not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to does with the fullest confidence) one < f the most taiUj!

John Pha an, Ja
and Joiepli llu-s. Defendants j( Thyme, Cellcry, &tc.LIML by L. A. DUGAS, M. D., on Anatomy and Pityi Ointment has cured sores of many years stand complaint. Without going into detail he deen.3; it e.

:: It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court JUICE and LEMON SYRUP. siology. ing.i Where it is impossible! or imprudent to heal the nough to say, he has in his posse uon the most UJ)

that olin Phajran reside out of this Territory, and SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CURRY. PAUL F'. EVE, :i. D., on the Principles and Practice external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming doubted testimonials that it has more completely! *n*

hat Junes \\. Exum and Joseph Ku' li\ out flftlllS English, French, and Prenlis's Soaps and Per- ,: of Surgery. increase i cari..us or the rotten' it will stop the progress of the caries, swered tile purpose for which it is intended, than any

District but in the County Jackson, in the Western fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. A CUNNINGHAM, M. D., on the Principles and fonsive quantity of the discharge, remove the of other popular medicine '
Ii May- Finell, and ease the pain.It innocent in its 1
District of Floiida, nard & Noye'a celebrated Practice of Mtdince. This remedy is perfectly apphic30flPto !
INK and INK POWDER- thn ,
It is, therefore, ordered tint unless said defendants THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS &c. JOSEPH A. EVE, M. D., on Therapeutics and Mate cures of 48 hours.worst Felons Whitlows on an application all conditions ages and sexes lull directions eacn 1
do appear nud answer the complainants! bill herein ira Mcdica. description of the complaint, &c. accompany

on or before the first Monday of September next, that E. B. 'PERKINS. M. ANTONY, JM. D., on Obstrctics and Diseases Rheumatisms which have stood so long as to becomea packet which consi
c k.4 the same will be taken pro d'-ifcsso against them, and Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48lf] Women and Infants. systematic disorder, requires medicine betaken inwardly JI Electuary. Price, 1 for the whole. or 50 cents II

it i is further ordered that copy of this order be published t L. D. FORD, \. D., Chemistry and Pharmacy. to removoMiem entirely. But in most common but one o"f the articles is wanted.

'q. ; in soni" newspaper punted Tallahassee, once TilE TERMS ARE: cases by applying this Ointment externally as directed DYSPEPSIA, OK INDIGESTION: .
it will relief.
a week for fuur months successively, which). is ordered Matriculation Ticket, to be taken once, 81 00 have give been of And even in old people, whos Of long standing, and of the most obe.mate character 1

accordingly. THO:. RAN DALL, Judge Tickets for the Full Course, 100 00) pains longer standing, it will case the has been immediately relieved and Oltl n pelPldlleDtly[ I

Awil'iU Ticket for Practical 10 00 pain.To irfa ofcasesthat have occurred in Loston
.- ?.5-n' Anatomy, once only, sea captains and cured variety
of
masters
this
; Diploma) Fee, 1000 vessels ointment and vicinity by using for a short time.
NOTICE. must be valuable in winter PIITJ' ,
I. JOHN W. WILDE:, President. very on our coast it being Dr. Relle'a Vegetable Specific and ai ti-Billoos!
certain
THE subscriber will! 81 vuLhs from date, apply' L. D. FORD, Sec'y. Board of Trustees. with very frost in its ellects on Chilblaias or parts affected both of which are to be taken together. 8 according_ valuable
( the Judge of the County Court of Jefferson \u UNta 18 likewise pros ves its qualities in audi and directions ac ompanying the
SALES. July 10, 1835. f July 8.49J J JJ plain practical
; -The matesA
county, for a uisinisaion from the Administration of AUCTION subscribcrhaving loca Specific. Price 5u cents each. .
'. the estate of Isaac Miller, de '(1, late of said county. in Tallahassee, proposes to tio a general Book Binding*. large mass of testimony proving the value of this None are genuine unless signed on tho ont9IJp1oted

.. .: t' FRANCIS P. MILLER. Adm'r. and commission business,regular sale days, Tuesday NO. BALDWIN respectfully informs his Trends wish most further excellent medicine win bo shewn to those who wrapper, by the sole proprietor r. I
Jung 23d. lfe3S. 46.Cm Saturday. information on application to Dr Hers c **r'-
lie and the public in general that he has recommenced immediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. : '
': FOR SALE. S m the will also attend to ROBERT administrator and othersales I Book Binding in this city in the store now tons, or to any of Jis authorized agents. For ale at his Counting Room, over N'o. 99, .onn

4 March county. J. HACKLEY. occupied by James S. Lynn Esq. All ordeis for binding 'rhe above medicine sold by special appointment of street, near Concert Hall. Boston and il.so by bu pe

I A' FIRST rate PIANO FORTE, apply to 23d 1833. 33tf will be executed with neatness and despatch. Old the patentee and warranted genuine.E. cial appointment, by E. B. PERKINS.Tallahassee (Nt'. !)

,. R. J. UACKLEr. N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neatness books re-bound to any pattern required. : B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST. 1'rugff$t.

; May 2 9 42-tf, and despatch by K H. ZIACKLEY.55 Tallahassee_ March 7th 30-tfi i Tallahassee January let 1631 27tf. Feb. 22d, 1e35. 39tft








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