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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 22, 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
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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could not go far.beyond the nunfifofordina.
\ I AT LAW. l ,
ATTORNEY
THE
objects of sense and ( the
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his rc
\ pr.\; 1 brrh JS: :', 30tf ___ Fkoiu. ideas and powers, they were not likel.l.&o..p ". ;
alive each other's
of
knowledge their natir
-MtjEL B. STEPHENS, '.
Law.iitIr.elt tongue-by conversation. They. 11wV+|ier6> '1i
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FAIR :
compound of
NOUS name .
mtluincv, G'H: !&den Conn- : .
1.lt: 'd } ice; in the, Courl of .Ap- ".' !'. _:?,-'- -j-- ,I.;..:_ Chang-Eng. Their mother tised always to {
Irs will; rr:1 -- -- _ _ _ :
:\n' address them
.. ,,. Cir of Garden, Leon and m\t 'niUQ by one of the two an4 iu
".',!' an- 'he t1r''Tl WIlILCSCDi'Q- 'W.\.1 a. n mb 4l < ro; : n W, ,.j.Ir. fJ..QQ g their father by the other. The tij ins names, that t '. i
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"a COUSIN- -- say ::
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c..':.'K, 'l __ 1 1"ln'lr _ _ I .. -: ---r they were quarrelsome boys, a ad that thef \' .
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IV
: : .' h nl -, _, ..t_. used have
---.1\ *s 1\Isco'rT: I t' ,' ir > to a fight almost every day. Their ,

"lTTOn.\T.Y .IT L.W. _J2. lIQ double magazine of fists, doubtlesj, them
\ia; k", .' ; -- gav .
:.f:' '.,-v"l: i.snisHf: in MonticV.lo{ ) ty. 1I. ". From the New York Star. an advantage over their fellaws .who were, J '-;

JI'1." .v: ,Kori.l.s,! tomirr* Ins professional j-cncrally. MT-Hr "! prnfi.-i.j- .'. MISS POLLY DOWNING.Miss moreover, probably unwilling, or afraid to put ..,
i i / -.'i'sM" '-c TcrrtLIUY "
Y.I. i'r'! ;.1lo.lIithc-oUIJIIc.5f1" : : f Leon, I 1 ) Polly Downing sc kind, forth all their strength. ?
''rs": 'r' ','J'nl'iV"
.' *', ':;.' r; ,r"jt. I He 1 o'.sr tenders I his serviceL. -: \\ ) your. .; I S.e TIlE BENEFITS OF MATRMIONT.

'. \t.",' Til I ".." .'\ (.-,'j1'rtnr, an-1 i pliln 1 1 -s I hima'i '. ""isi'i' I'm j, : has a pretty gown theel) black I
.. went
'' "; "".,"d.i... !\.0. auJ .".::. .itwr. Oi'Icc! .n :Muuj j I I : : I.U .ir.c--. t' For once indeed 'twas white. to one neighbor and solicited a donation t :.
0- ll1 .. Her for a public object; he replied 'I
!
rin ,
I !ieH flutter in the breeze, apepro'e
( 1 19t' "; NNVAL t :'w Or in of the object and would assist you, but
r. i. -- _._ i daiigle the \valtzr
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jTADA.HS : Tuesday, f i is hIv! I She you know that I have a family, and that charity
-'J-O if VT i, I 1st Day- A : : 1 I )niv has her curls for use mj show-

(.JTfW.'d.) .JT J..1H.' Fillu 3 mile litats ; ( I : fl!"!!_,' ...- f Who'd ever think themflulse? I begins at home. -

,"4..t .: ".1'.111' UnI" \ I.) \ 11\' I'II'lltl..1.nj.: Tc (''I"C 30th! Sept. : : \ I A'1: '.,.... I I called on a second; he replied,: that such .'

I 1\.1 1 : a 1 rl''uhd\ :u'n.1"t.the r olll1't< held at th-! j by 4 n\'ldrli. 1'. M. '\ Her face is like tie as were able ought to be liberal and that be _

c.i'in'; ...'.ul MtriA w : ami Jfcr! annual 1 t rn.1r. 2cl! l Iby- P,, : > --}, .. blooming rose. : had every disposition to aid me but added he.
1 ;
Her
'\i'H'.II' :at .f' \.t.'t'. L. ad- or, Gilding m the I : ) 't th] (,1'--.- jorm.'is pretty ton; : '

ijLMt'--><>--!V'i';; '" atuuUd: I "'. i j .cii put ill :3OQ-f> ; l'n.! :h 'r. J. Her \\'f''kcliash:1vJ, : is sennet red, IJiave stronger claims upon me wbicji I am

.. <.1, : : ; 1 1r and tlc : .. i bound to regard; those of children..
.. .. .\ ; .. ---- -__ | inr, name : y HI :; Her Sniuj.iy' $ one is blue. my ,
-
r. M.I Frdtihi- -Jl.vt A public cbarityem.lndcd
-- \ ( \.UI 1. Thr }brirrht, a-messeiv
M stars tha t's
in the
I )J D'y--J ork) ( sky : cr should be sent from the to '
city remotecountry.
BAMLIN.VSWELL; ; ; j jv : En' r\IICt' $?';,. ; "-Vu.--xy. il-o Her pyr* \vil! Lr surpass; I: A person was selected a.oose tpf-
:
-Mi: Day-Jc.kc There's
unci UntDr.
Ii
.. .11.1 ScuJdr madeIHll
.,TJ'I., / i.. ,. i.r. VJ'. n.dt-, ". rUr\l\rt: : $jl/; IOIM!-T. t'.e :'.ttIi "\\. lents were well adapted to the ni>*sion.; ._Ho
".'.' 'p'.. -is-'' 1 Vil! ;i 5th I Pay- errr tiiii.k: it t glass? replied, 'that nothing would pvs him" more ,

; I'I: \ IKKs..MF.P.VI/ : : :>: T-j i .1 best in 5--Enl. [.Mickjisoolt) on pleasure, but it was nbsoIut V impossible on .
!
,. '. j Ji .J-: 11J! .; : She ',rcitlik.; n oylvnn mnitl,
r ,;.r 1 '.r::_ _' ._ '_ _.n --- ; "-tl1l.t l made by 1 ItT : : ; on ,Vkidnes-Jav And !ik.-- fiirv account of hit* family.' He was CXCUScd. -
-' : Kii1(1'FIUCI.I11" :( TallahasSLt, } : sing> sprite; I Two merchants, partners in b isinoss, (fail

f 1 HO. } : Tlinrsd 27ih She has morocc shoes to wear, ed. At a meeting of the creditc rs it was re*
iy
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: ; 4 i : et,1' 1. tI ;; 1'1I -
ft :'. '-' \1 -.'"'44"!1L!.j I 15" i-. -.' .' ;.2"' .".'..,J _Jrjy2Ith.1 J835. And kid-but tl.ey are: tiojht. solved, that the one should fort iwilh be ,released

.'i h rIl.h.ani:': '-" :-i" "\ '.i .11'd dt! Surrey : ; I j.Magnolia] on A blush is alwvs' on her fare- :; ; but the other because lie was a ba-

T7 ( uh-t.t'll c.inirv, 1 ll lorida; r. IE undfisi I And even when slie faint clu'llor
i I'i J'St' II :i-Uuu"v* i a ; [Si. Alarks ?, I might yet, as was his dut; go to work
( ] or
: .. (..0':11) .J'I I.t ..1..J.1 JSL the Comnis- ; > i illO'd
.1' 1'. t': '.,'" 1 J' ':1.1,1:1.: Her cheeks are like the crimson rofu:- aupay; a' still greater dividend. [I wpndeij
: ., i. .*<.i.J"11 t hE 1* 1 11.J..r.i *". a' ':. 1 i1 1;.*- ;I iI.j J" ;.tt \\isin'2-on! ( :
I I'h. -I$'' ."';.l "'-\.11, i; l' .j'! .i nn}' TII'r.t.11. ,II In'l'I (' nl'ly: to the d' <*Mt i : [Shell Point] on \ ever think she paints? % '. An insurance office were about to appoint &

r. 5!, If.! ,'tit .'(lc.t tie 'f: 'M.II. fxnm, s. :and SiOx U 1tJttc :-' Wcd-! I .tret.IiY' '1'1 ICft" was a- usual I tuenty applicants.
[
'., U.M.I t.. b .'U tI.If'' : I: v 'ill |!M; -OUUI I u- M\< !ai Tr..vts uf 1 ; \ < r'l] Her pretty 'te'th are ivory white, In the discussions of he Board' of

: *..' ** 11"l' rt1'*'J1" <- 10 JJ c ij f..al. **i 1' t s"I.-, "-!:- .(;..&\-;;- She takes )
f 'j.\ I longer indtil- good care they're seer:; D.rt'cturthe tiilcuts of many were set forth; .
Ettc..cti"L G.IJ1 l.I.G. ,
: \ .. :11." :t N'I:" 1(1 tt{ ;r\tm. tn .Jl' 1''J :
;r\ : '., < 'At 1' < .(' fwn :,-,' J z fe"l'\! .\ i i. Pliilip% It (' I She: has advantages we've not- i v.hen a member rose and. said tli.tt one whom

I' '.. -3iiU-f\tnHi:; .t*- fi, f'l1 tlr :4.snsirur Hi.tria;. rr.meis l ?1. to 3 1'. lot. of She takes them} out to clean! I!I he.jjJ.Jid! IrnlDs ,\&l..a. man of noderate capncity -

lit ,..t<" J''''rated 1';"'*':*= ui 1111'! .vt r.tc: and \Villiarr. tidJ: But .
1 r-: II.I "'u "1 : 1 .. Tax Col. after all, when she j is drcss'd I ,; but that he wasi poor nan: with a family
Toivw I :\h< I dec"-ad..
; \Ii:1..I-M< nsiMtT : ivasliy \ ; 1'.1-.il.t : lie
She's beautiful succeeded anti l bouts( the
.. ..". :.11. :ir.-'*
}I'., :S4"I: I., .\,vlVn-lif'"' I in.* CJMM u.|.I 111', :Ar.'ii in.td : I (rt..l.t'r from tld : i; 1 1 ) I wonder who shell ever wed?-- I ,. r II.

4.;-oj \: :ti.. 'ro;...:, ::11t. 111' l'r G;\1111, t ii"1i1'J! t tioJn tl 4) t-xecuu: ; ; ;o th' cit;iefl. f I know-it won't be me. :, A mercantile! friend wNhrd i mt to. procure

J". 'I '1 .i R' .J i' i"t: "of'. 4. '.. !il C'tII 11r <. r' y1 i tiv,-y.! are n quest* I f i r }!; s :'o.ratf..! j{ I j)frooi to !fill a icspousible station. A
\1 r. !t.J O..IT, i., -i" I Kt-.it t' 'UI.t.1lI j i j \\ith: cc: tf.d ,!, ; : r.1'1 Ir-t, T'')rrb o{ i gen-
'
'.1'' l 'i i-M.5."rt.; Sd :. ., T ( of the I I I From :he Star. I I tl'-man tame who seemed well itted for the
JJ"< '' *' i"l '> lir i 'r t. Sup i j : v. !(: iiOi l TO [t
:.v.y( '. "\.. :.'h.:1} : :!> 'h.y F-'.ir.ifMixh:.. tith 't.v J.k- I!i }t"l. i.f ihrKo.} plus ( : i iuiuniiiy : t MRS. HEM A N S. ].i office. I asked him how much salary ho cx

);;2c'j: 1 .-!..-4:.,! u. by '.11.1HS.1' ; T-'rpli I I i iiT. I lhir. :r.\" : ; : : J I !' : ; ; Pxv A flower hath: perishM, whose fragrance & beauty peeled.: He replied Mniling, 'I am a married
I II
\.I- :, :' It t '.t,;. tti: ec";I" tlt: flf (.1 11.1Itl.'t ];I \\I.j'h t 11-,\ le ti( ( .! With fnir and man' which I understood to bt fifteen bundH. :
,. ,1 fu\: '. ;" hj' ..t\ H.11Il.rlC'i DI't.J. m.t (iiI 'i I facilit.Uf; tfi'ir nv : :! I ; ; cvcry grace Ixicwnsimptrnrrd;

,' i: .t.h iie,1, Mit tl' 11\; '1'1t'zc vlio i i h.ini! d! over, if .ul< [ : : Ii'.f j : .\ lo the: o-ny: I I That flower was cherish'd by all as a duty dollars per annum. He" has the p'acc.

: r' :" ? i P a:".' ,i fl-'iii'i: arrciiiif: 3ii<> flf'jln't' :j Si: \ "vur Gt'lH : ; : : : ; t''f'.K. of! Ail'iiin- i. We owed to its worth; 'twill be racuruMy the No bachelorwoudbarehndovera thousand.

'. }"' '" Kurt; )'\'<'*, |j\j.n.ittir Te i I : .;. d.\ ;.., a'.p'. 1 world.A Two criminals were tried for 'orgery at the '

:'" :'" Tc.fJ.1'\J.: .hut'rr' :;i. J Jt..w !. i !'-i-O) nnn:::j : : !| 7! A N"K)LPH 1 I. I Old Bailey, and were condepi M-d to,death-

i'Ji :. 1.\\: colls* liavc: ..!id at vcrv 5:. i< j Lat.II: mico I u iIcsE\ i ,

..: > J! ." <\\' t'tn-iriiUjM; ncuv-ut t iu hiv-Ji J bud! la-i I |i j I A N ii.. -.nucit ; j ] : : \ 1..* ; .'> 1.\.. i, star hath p')nc out from tIlEregn of glory, The King: pardoned ihe one. who was married

; .f ,",:im--lVi:! tl <* jct: t f any tith 'r hi.i ..< in]I II I]i ..: IL r'fj-.n-d: !t', I i : j : I Ij i ij i And its light was derived from the: f fountain olove .. on account of l his wire and cl ildren. The ,
\ '\' IM sj <. a.'i.' -. h.\\\"\ i I.r: tf () i i
inv < :1
.jjii I other the forfeit of his life ba-
j 'infnn\V < (filer : l : !: I i.iv ac"om.tb I j paid being a
( :'ju.i.! i l."tln'A: : la-l IS"HHll'I' tell tlii U/4iid '. : : f ;
.I.p r..l.f.
> ptf'.nbcr: next, Of cln.Ior.
"',01'I.. ""' *a3. <;1I.ot. ,tt.J.; \t. Fi Ii t, I.. J I"J I I. ; : I l I Vet its mcinVy will live resplendent! in story, .
I Iv. !a"!> p"i slj I :'t ir ( n t : ; n. th: 'J-v.nty I .
\ n. JILN.'. !! Uy; I.J"'I" t>f I : r 1 c3i:i.eiarcr>. For its rad'ance is beaming in clear skies Live. In short, would '.ou avoid trouble of many j

T,." !i: .t _"'11. TI (f K.rivjUtr>li, \va !j.urcJj lC'hlr.fr I I : Adnn'x. kind-j, excite; sympathy, procure office, or escape '

ll ; 11111.l.:.' 11I'i: ct ::1 .iinl is .1..:-" i ijiicd frojji his Uut ;

; ..,. .t'.ii iuuLiy a; ;'3'uv. >1'.. H'if ijor (:. 'Tbus it I llxlfiicl Hit The bird like the swan sang her funeral strain, I BACHELOR.' J'"
I fr<.m ? r
.1' Mcitiai: : : .J K 'Jvii-kuUri'li C" ".Liu. I f :: '. 1'HI.rf Tt'p ri iv.l '!'I.IU ai.ii, Au.kutVfiz' -.The Mi HtItld Dths <.'('( :! 'SRi:' hg J, Tit; ; : : Where he star has its sphere in elerni'y's reign. j l'
". .- ." : !h wn.I\' auth'Tistd I : t ( There arc many things which :ire better I left
J l11.. T. LullIMliiiJav. [ 1 I j 'LT, : m'r. -- : ;
,.; .- f '1. Ik.; Aril| 23: 1 ?3.1. :...7ff I 1mH. tn time, fi-r ? : j I -. to n Jnce: precaution i is sonietin more mischievous
]
j From the N. Y.
-,. : I 'Xj" ..i. "t, 'Id: l the ; ; ; ; : -. -.---.--- Spectator, July 31. than Th. lite Sir \Y i.
:: /T tfirtiero.i) ,/; ir.; n.r< \-,- j I : CHANGEN'GThere negligence. -- i
.in' l'r.j.t:1
; .is always
..\' : c J i't 1\tk\:. i.I'', I !ij 1'f.jJl, rt.iim1: i 1 4.i".,',' :. 4 nrt J at: 1"I: ,t t.-r'f! ; ; i I County new to br eiintrd rpspe-tir.p. ibis an something '.m- j c-- was one day expected at a l.irgc dining'party .. .. j'

r'I.i t'i I.i t : 11"q'.r"l vi.on nji f!h" <"rt 'x.i.nifj;', Iu ,\,1 :: *: & and Ad- I : at Mr. Md- i in Russet '.
J tLirrI1. : ys square
; .
v tic :," !: bfiiiuaii! .rjll>ir4Mt: l'llt.nh\jl..ll. t !, ., Rcsnlt.cl. ',hat ; I A o.-u, .1..J1 aly in Human nat\" \V? find the fulloamg .

'. r, Ii. '! <;.. :. ,a.-i!' .41 h\" tiniv4iti', Kirk j "a' :i.n I,' ilivd for 'onl* 1 : Vnu"htrs: and i ill a late number of the Morning Herald. Iu The worthy Baronet's nose, it will be remenv .
J by : I
fl'' ;';;'::1 t :..', ,;.d :1- tx'.i< II 1 4:: m.i If '>' il, c-ifniiij! mt v.i.i.h shall not be 4t1'.d! : I 1 and pray to regard to the pugnacious disposition of the bf.r<-d, was, to say tho least of it. remarkahtaJ.

"' iLc s1!1..'' ". rUT !\' H' 1 ;:<.; ,.utdMrv I I I Before the : were assembled, Mr.
the company
to C'ompiny : ,
; : couplet, the remarks are correct. "
A) Chang Eng
] i l Its i ih'!' 'Jtr-Jviih v:IN U4i-r4 I su-tit'l om :and: Adm'x.
<>\\n oi'.rrttion til : i | M suggested to his lady, tt at, upon thisparlicul.tr .
: fIt.t L.ut is or an-) what is described of him them.
f'.n' u. cx.r"u\e butiijf- ,. tile tnd
t.:..,. |I" :r tl'l'l t '-.; r-u.'.:, U'MJI. tln-ti vva. .\ 1 ; Urb L 'I .lu'.',money nnd! 1!is nil ':.'rr't' i l It is wc-II.1lOW'. to speak .in the plutaJ) : : occasion, would be. iftr that littloAITicl 1 t
:-. r.i:;, -." *.*:.',;.., J. Bitll, 3 h.% :lary, d.tsh <,f r* I I Itn I ..lletlltll1Dt! (:tz 31 other fin cc A t he miM.I .
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I rx.iM'E: ir.'i. '. oe ; ; t i number. 1 hex have been repeatedly arrestedfor '
I j-er
\ .- :; t i j.1. }lr v, :!h t'.c i,:.non < ?.c. :i Ju1a ; I duced along: ;I with the J'e't'ai1; dinner -f r4' '
.
I tla' it v.-i9; Ju-' ) : and ; .
assaults bnttciics. Iu convrrsutionilh .
:M n L'1.1 ". .
M' '* ; ;Ii. hi.n the *
< m' List <
< '- -u, :
J : ; { thit he. the said Ai! >ed, a flue child of seven J' I
II 110t'; wsit: :!; 4i..', \,11. 1 Jtlp'CI'"tS: w.u.lld '11L.. \ them some days; since, we asked: how
OfTi. ;
t ;. litr in tr'y' tuvhc I ir-ii.r& j in :. iif !! : r ) f f } ears old! having a propensity to make observations
Kpi i. ? aten; j I .A.ld'< ? l much they were fined fur shooting some boys
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.1" U :\-. ...tJC'I'h11.awtlW nh:*: !bo 1 I I.t Ir I upon all personal defect:. or deformities ,
| :! 1 r.-hcr: in Top.-field. Massachusetts. fifteen
: rs'n' Only j
. !-]. v. :n'! TJr.! M.: i :v:. J..i; ii. l-v Uiv r'Jft.1 i +WiJdle JJi*!" p from to from crooked \ .
a pimple a hump, a
K. i. ,i : S.: ir.yi.;.:. -)::1.1 I' c rse iftllt (1.:1T.Jvl.l.S"1l I : that a petition dollars, said Chang that is nothing; I have to ; ,
over r.
-ivy ,
-T.! .. .I'.0'. I i- ... .. T. / j .'i.aiaol-1'iUJ.: l .-. r''! I|! V:. : \ old and II. give a dollar for a shot at a dceruV :- I|t finger to a cork leg, might possibly say something J"r

"". :., tfhadi-n.-kAikinsun! t i ; ; by said Stoutrs r not altogether agreeable to Sir W --. :
: :
i ._ i. '- 'I'.MJ), J-ir.r iii.d! UL\ f: csterday paid a SC'ond.t.-it to tin
j : 1S:53: and j
: 'I L I Hi'j luViidc. : ; '
: <:t : j 'Lcath.1ttonH''saidthu l.11h'.1'1I contrivo .f'
J 7:; --j );7 WinTri ; : \ J! by ;.l.fjc-d t ili.t; the i; \ |!!' } Sili", on ti,. ICili Siamese twins, and found reason to be molt: j I it .
i.icely. proceeded
Accordingly sre
1
I iute.l: ; : the foll". ins with
tha. AH" i and more pleased their intelligence good J
: Miia: 't :is My An,! ..ttdU"l'lIl'j' \ the thus little
; : l '| : i and 8fl, knuvx u I to imrseiy, and addressed the '
d llr.lI; iii} 4 tt'S .tu'<- 1.I Ah.b.tna.JOHN : I I .lie hereby ,' j ) 1 1'1111 ,.f .Marij humor and harmony. The right band one is i, t
iMlio i i( : gentleman Alfred dear have
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: a
I n accurctuig j : my gentleman
i
ULOCKEit. jI 1 tI named Eng, nnd the left Chang, so that, ac ;
\b;i10 .1f.NOi'1.E.' I l'.J\i.Jul. I j! I coming to dinner to-day, who has a :
S I. i : j jtibd 1 ; AU'y.f..r cording to our mode reasoning, the compound ..
[ : \vold 1" -Sl.! monstrous pgly nose. Now if! you111 pro-
7 1!I I .111St 1 I. : I : < name ought to be Eng-Chaug. the I

'InI IiIJ..tH:1i il"c .;tt HI111 1 .1" C"i.lrtm'r lJip '' : j\J Jitaguie, however, connects the brothers by the j jcentres l mi:e t ti> be :i very good boy, and lot make anyobseivattons

,1' : i.iy! UJlti'r the! firm uf .l/t.Vcr! .V Putnam.il. I'1- I : : : '- '.fthieCi.i- upon it, you may co ne down af--
*! }' *'- :. ali'.ii'i: 1l ihfl! Coiiiiiu biou: i; Stcra'xJJu: i- j : vii'tue of a t 1 ; I: Company, 't\Ill t .of their respective stomach?, there ?, t(!i dinner, and you i hull] have and orange.

r- W. MILLER, 1 1J.U. .I R.D V.r. d, 1 lialI : ; 1 : : 1\1\\ of \1 1ri- ; does not seem to be any reason beyond the; i I J' But, remember the !" Master Alfred

G. lIUT L1... dj.ii- .f Uie COUI t I ; j ; 1: : :,- f>f Xovembtr influence of habit, why they do not change :'I nose acceded -
Itferto to the terms of the tre and due
0'_ Ui tirl; :al6iJ'lI : ;1 ?ty in
: i 1 take I1t ICC. their position in relation to each other. Their
;" "-: :. 'I.j"' .:n }i Taylor, Crailt-Mon, : tit J It claim 1 and. iis / j : : I :: cm each Share I time: \\ as ushered into the dining roOIll. After
;
\
.r \\r.i. 'hUt'r.: .'11 j ) I a-.d *. lite sl't'\ ill: I i 1 l habitual position has produced the natural ef !I the of of hour the
d'y lapse a an young
rallalia quarter
V"U J.a .,-J.d.dt.tI.; ; S j sccy.v I :,). if: 9, '.'>-and I 17fj. : | : 1Ui'Jon I I : I tojs. feet of making tho outer arms and legs stronger i of his
the reward
I .t 0111IL1..1':' : \ Putr M.t(J.oL I i to tin- <.'ty; of :: I 1> and larger than the inner ones. An thy gentleman finding forbearf
Secret-iry.
,
M I..ihs 1 J at'jj 1 .. ance still in took advanta of dead
___ unc 1 ':3.13r.in J ,J p.rly cif! saul inclined towards each other arrear, a
--- are one might ex-
-FrCL. ,! vour tlf Clnrlcb i pause in the conversation, and ci led out from ,
that their inner leg would be the
the UM.ai: liouis. ) pect stronger;
i
( ill the further end of the table, 'Jamma] is it
pIWPS.\t. be n.--xh .iJ f"r
:
r: j.tg.ac..rgl) 'fJl( )S. : JlnltL but the necessity of a wider base for their mutual .
): linljl' r. w }jic'J \ as 'br'Wlll1lo the I time now for me to have the -
J[ A. A. orange you premised
V.I\e. it. M.ulo Ry t the public that support, makes the twins throw their
t:."' HSoCI; s-imc years ar-u' to llrt. 't.t sc.r.ure of ,'I, Taliniij.-sct', 11 th supply i>f goods me, if I didn't say any thug: about that ,
tfall
| 'p'Jrt'lI" It, ---- weight on their outer legs. When they tyisb '
:: i"n. consisting gentleman's monstrous ?I"
] ugly nose '
f %:AM'y: ul li'cncfc: !: of tLc AM.;'! ch.cvla! Land :; Invisible Green to free themselves from tho obstruction of the .
alJ.a.ls>cc.-.T UHI. (Gih.i: u'r I I jg S hereby givn,
> : for th
: litagure dressing stand
-- E. striped cpurpose they
It I srriJ'tluh to MATCH-MAKING. of Ire most suecessful .
l' .U" ," : cxiucl8 lo ljC absent lioui the 'i'cr- Life liiHiirnnre and } Vest- with their faces turned directly toward each
.1ur! order. Ladies match makers of her day, was a lady of
) UU4
: ql1cmber ad '
next : !
II Ijcrcl.y attI1)tdI. } j tt the office of other.
1. gISll1s'\j"tllI! tId Ar:11l1r1c'Io or 'dier u1' Ih hl :t. Augustine, on fashionable! high rank, now deceased, who tm.rried no less '.
/btr.ts a.d From what we have stated, Mr. Eng i ia right- ,
I .- \tturnC'y's iif.ut: durjn'' his ab.elicc.I1 at 10 o'clock, and than five daughters to men of lhi,> most noblo
'': 2jth 135. 3: -tf Tit. JEl GRFIN: he simply slates handed, and Mr. Chang left-banded.
hy adjournment} tne entire families in the kin dom. It is asserted, that I <
. OTlI. I bubseribed! not !i Barring these differences, the brothers arc .
his cutting being disappointed in respect to one ofherdtpr :
- T
tic I L i identical different be.
1. nut iaxutry 1\:1'111 of Gllhdcn He will as nearly as things can
Cuun'y u e he became
> girls, and the
( : desperate, i s
) 4youri
". ''I' i1JI, the uuJrsigiit-ti, E'cclltfJrs o( tilc last that patronises Thty almost always cat of th<; same dish and .
;:t4 .1 lady" threatened soon to drop i inte the 'old
ClotJ.IIL.1t lIi' C lit. 0
wen Filly4w decd. I of Tallahas the time. like dislike the
w 11 at same They or
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:
.
Jrc' June 2d, 1 3.:. '
tct& maid the boldest and
; most .
l.tc.Unt: lUJ chcrs fvr ingenious plot
".tbe' :dtlllIl1lIt i he asks the sup- articles of and
same food they are similarly
tstne: alal pray to tJ P discharged thtrtfiom.! : I ever acted, was put into execution in her/a-
B. MKACIUM weeks after affected by an internal disorder. Nor is this
vor. A nobleman '
,
EwsAci'en.iXt SIX younger by many year
\V.D.I1AIutIsO'i. close resemblance matter Brothers .
G 1 S the Ctlunt a surprise. -
J I than the Leah
en C o. JuiC5 I assigned to him, was invited to
4J.jmUTiE.
ters of A nlilli I and twins, they have been made by nature .
I : j EON, late vf said ; Decatur coun as like toeach: other as twin-brothersgc. dinner :and encouraged to drink :o an excess, -

situation which quite overcame his reason. When tho ; .

.... :. UiiiirKiirtiPfl Jartary Term.'I.nmn'. of Garden.. .? i-County:c. I Anjru 1 : rO.1dJ one nerally are; while, so far as external education morning dawned. hf fnnnil himsflfn mnrripil
lP u1 ( --O""- -.u..Uj 'Ii I.IIC III' -- n1'' is concerned it is to see that their .
consisting easy
h..LrlesJA.uaill I A jiM I.N I i
: "
:. t'c.'JiU pre cJlt Jiiii AcfOUI.ts I man, comfortably established with 'Ins wife,
the remain
at.jtflthtr, for settltmcnt! wi.h said r be sold opinions and sentiments and feelings must be
led pray t0 be disci,*rped therefrom. : C&UlC, WILL and magnolia, identical. Unless possessed ordinary pow- and on expressing his-astonishment' and begging .

Q. J u. W. MALONE tween the bows of passing near that his imperfect recollection of tho .
yJJ: AJLU'C. an excellent ers of thinking, they cannot display much difference -
) 'h, IH.: 4-C'I\ ribed Town Lot,
Tallahassee, building and of a moral or intellectual kind. This 1 events of the previous evening night be assisted

S Lx wu.ks afttr NOTICE? deceased, viz : virtual identity of mind hath both its advanta I he was informed that hE.had insisted :

tlite, I of Terms of sale crib, neat I
the It engenders that amiable tho before
harmony
l o7ATmTiy.Url uf Jcffcrelin"co'Gnt'y.'iorLt t. convenient .to ges. night on beingmarried to tho young :

H Itl 1ra.tiou Upon all the Goods and'.Chat- July 24. 1835. ( which cannot fail to strike the most superficial lady1 before mentioned; and tha he had accordingly .

Jarucs r"U BrClol.s and Credits, which were of the estate of vicinity of the observer; but it almost entirely deprives them
months been united to her the
dec\! fcy family
lell
BLrtty( deccased ulla.dmiuisterul Ly HarrIs SIX honorable afford as many of subjects for conversation, unless they are
rt.id BrQl ka. late Aduuiltrator ot' tile estate of no more Chaplain after dinner! Such wa ; the conspi.
> the county of Ga engaged in any game of chance or skill. It

ssiMw j' )< 1835.JAMES 50-6w R. BROOKS. the estate of John I llborhold., and At-for sometimes, however, happens, that one will I racy which made one of our K* glish Ducbesses. -

NOTICF .dcc'd.Quincy June 1st, head of stock forget what the other remembers, so as to give .-{[[English paper. .

A" the lltXt which will the one an opportunity of speaking, and the .
January Term of Gc.dsJej the
purchaser.
Court, tilt uoJt.rsignc County J other of listening.The PA.TRIOTIC.ToA8T.-At late public dinner
t1t of Administrd.t'E/r of the cs- weeks after [ ) potatoes, a 'f
tnJ\u u Cl.Ial'pell dec'd, will I SIJC in like twins have forgotten the greater part of
tour.tIi and Voucher, for present his ofUie manner. in England, a radical gentleman, a littlo elevated ,

t, II.nd lffiy to be discharged settlement therefrom with said es. for Letters of can for cash be accom-, or il their native language.: At this circumstancewe with drink, put forth the following toast: ,

.u 1 11Ste, J.c; 17 1935w. FLAKE, Adm'r. can McPherson to do not wonder, for the stock of words, "Give ,mo universal svfftrings aid; triangular

45.6m. July 4 RIG DO possessed by two uneducated youths of 18, parliaments! .. .. \

Dccatur co.: Gco. Aug. 6 ._- -3w. I r.

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t"' I Borortlthent C Icwita1 the tolonisU( flfofal0elvG; I ry dirticuh( b> tiny great-width, it shallowness-|What: baa protected our popfe'aid the civil: P!low Att"t taldnjfilt i oat 1 '

; .t'. 'and that if troops are ordered on to.Texas, it this absence of a cbarthel In any part of it, and tzed world from the slavery of thef: Btrbary I and adaptaUoni-'o? tj e human 81ste' !J
; TEXAS, for the of ? It sustained are not less 202000,149,200\ r&e,; ..
be
: purpose counteracting any insurits atti hk'> sand bottom. powers, but OU.f' navy must dilti
.. \ ieltaincf i 1 or \ Fellow Citizen*:-It that be main lions and contrivance ..
; rectionary movements might consequent The traders: and trappers in that country for many years will elapse; if we" Can ? in relation to o',
j Qat departroeftt' Of S has become my duty as on the arrest of the land speculators and during the past winter; were generally very tain the unionStates of the State., whe the United great the wisdom that contrived( how \\l -

1 ;: t 'Btnao-. ) chief of tbis department corrupt officers of the state government. Mr. successful. Mr. Campbell understood from of America will become the greatest I akill that executed, sich a. mac bins a :

k;, tCt to advise ytu" ot the critical situation in which G. has also with him the latest Mexican &paac ot the Snake Indians, and little'doubt is maritime power onj' earth We must, thereifore I And not only >o, hut pr. serves in re k

+t t.. r.iJ.. .. you, and your rights as freemen and as citi- pers, all of which express a decidedly friendly!! entertained of its correctness, that a party of begin with system and good sense, in lion, sVlnat not the :minutest, part o-auJr..r'1 '.10. :

'F fleets of the State of Coahula and Texas are disposition towards the people of Texas} from Indians of an adjoining tribe had murderedtwo carrying out this great branch of our nationalprotection. ills nu I leave to be:ome Hisorgn.z/; ?' *f '
!
: 'j '\' xeN placed by the usurpations of the military, that I these your secretary Mr. Burton has Made of the trappers belonging l to the New England We not only require a scnodl for t u and millions: such: m.ichmes a 3 t tetra: ,,,,ape;J; i'

L r i J garrison'. the tQvDs'of three Eastern States. i copious extracts, which precludes the necessi- expedition ender Ca't.! W yetb. This is seamen, but a school for officers and seamen I L ouis Herald. [!to tt1

So far back as ptember of the last year, I ty of our entering into a detail of their con- the only outrage known to have been committed together. __ :3"DUEL.

J. t they, in conjunction with the faction of San- I tents; he has a.lso Copies of letters received during the year, in that country, upon In every naVal depot, there should be do /or .-.A duel took nlaceon Sternoo turda on:
till o, overthrew the constitutional authorities lately from Judge Chambers and Mr. Smith I /and ,,, 27th June af. tIC
'I r 'r I, Americ4as.Thi two large receiving ships, properly rigged uMwo Nn two .
.. l of,the State, and placed a military} officer_ in of Bexar, which will all the I officers.Boys f this I 8t I. indrvid' 2t( i. *
give you mforma- United States Dragoon under Col. ,under the command: of experienced j o t plarc; [ O'IIS.' ] on theimmediately ," ". gd

:J. "I t ,, *The supreme executive power of the State as tion that this committee are possessed of. Dodge, were at the Grand Pawnee ViJIa o. I should he taken from the rig* of ten oppo l >itr .-ur city, '\hi,'h IIJI.,'Q shor'. .S,

its- Governor. In the present attitude of affairs, when the They were in excellent health; had formed a years old-fed, clothed, sad educated on ful I ch'roniclera I ol puling, eVents. II b..: .t.if\''' Om

((1 I' fn December last, you were told by that community IS agitated by a thousand contra very advantageous treaty with the Pawnees, board these vessels at the expense of govern, our lament.+blr duty to notice The '; J I
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that individuals had incurred rah
officer certain
it ; dictory reports, and demagogues are busily 1 and were shortly to proceed to the! Aurickaree ment. Every poof citizen, who has a smarty nary arrangement+ bi ing made thO'P '':j
1 President oft
't't d "the displeasure of the General engaged in circulating reports calculated to village a nation particuhrly hostile to our I bo. of. good principles and constitution' witting took their |io.-ifion* ai about t ril'tern p a rtl>** I 4,

;' I '" ""I 0 lips Republic, and you were instructed not to mislead the peoile I and hurry them into rash people, for the purpose of holding a council to g o to sea, should be allowed to eat+:r. the word fire, 1 l.otb pist .U ., ere .WhaUdi at., *. *
r for them officers of the State. As I. ,
1 tote as and precipitate men jure?, it appears to thiscommi'.iec with the-n. Tfus tribe, to the number of a They should have good teachers on board, to multiinrouitit, :: I when unit( of the parties J',
freemen and lover of and the tights fell!
liberty : to ba a matter of vital importance thousand warriors and :about 400 lodges, were give them the elements of an English education was supposed mrart",II} wounded in t j** t.

: guaranteed by a federal republican govern- that a Convention be immediately called, so : four days travel from Col. Dodges encamp- ; good nautical teachers, to (learn them His antagonist cast I hnt t a gl.l urnsu U1""breast. '" t

r Je ftcntt you chose to exercise: your suffrages that the feelings of the people may be knownOn ment. Mr Campbell had an interview with seamen's duty. They should be taught to parently I Bruit:: toe, wh f L roaned I lifcV po n tbuodr ul'ln. f 3
voted for Augustus
.f'
freely and openty.-Ahd you the subject that now engross and agitate I them at their village: was hospitably treated, hand, reef and steer, to work the guns, to I I II when he threw his: pisnl I down with t
Tiesa for Governor < I
your your vote the minds of dl men) and that by a formal investigation i and informed by then of tho position of the furl sails, keep watch, &c.; nnd on Sunday, I I crash t !--streaked it ltk r f lightning for In IlrM-
,
c; this openly and manfully giveo, called loudly circumstances, the hurthen may Dragoons and of the expected visit.; Preparations instructions in their religious duties. What' I ; ,. arid", m th.. haste .irxf t-rror of jeboit /"? t6is8r
r
I individual
fljkm that to yield to your wishes. be laid on the shoulders of those who have were being made to give him a friendly I would be the result of this system? Why, it is saint J, tore hia' frowsrr-lotm* i :" 1=
he knew he its 'if h 'e' c
although would
.. be
; driven from been the originators ant disturba c'rl. The I receptjun.HUtpiblican.! : In all the depots, and important rnarttnn and earth uere emu,, totrtth./L. + \ ,
1lfs<< offict the -" mil
a by military force of the nation. committee are of opinion, that it i ijal most expe- I, ports throughout our immense seaboird, we doubt a fu'l I relirn-'o- in the truth cl'tha'S nQ. ,
It took
fee I .
e oath of office and entered upon dient that the call for a Convention should be IMPROVEMENTS. \ OF FRANCE. i should have no less than five thousand boys lile +-o'jj'l''i of If ud Ibrus_ t

I J Ms duties; h% saw soon the clouds gathering made by the municipality of Mina; and it is \y 0 have been favored with the following receiving an excellent nautical education at.t.he 'He who fights, an I r
runs
Around him ;
'' f ion ,to an&establish applied to the legislature for the opinion of this committee, that by des- extract of a letter from a. gentleman, an excel- same time. Let the commander of these May )Jive to tight a mther away. .", .
pormir his 1 in
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government patching runners to tho different lent who resided in France for the report ef instructors, ; c;
municipalities observer, two receiving ships, on The pixtoN. (unknown tihr I
A-.lfr1
some place of safety, ere the storm burst i in .. ,,'di '.i i
a Convention might be called together in after the and who &c. select the active and talented 'V\f1U'
c I I All Ilts violence his head, Texas years, shortly war, has repeatedly most spirited, had been I loaded( uy the S'-condi' wuhco'itiaffr t
upon wnballed s 15 or 20 days. Should think it expedient visited it I recommend
to
you snce:- boys as acting midship- as soon s the SPOJIOE: ,
him
that favored Its inhabitants Mu-Atpd!
by as spot. to go into this measure, and. the committee PARIS. 16th Mzy 1835.-However little men, and have them sent on board our vessel red liquid 1 adroitly I con" af..cJ I in W it t"I. i
j had been born and nursed in the cradle thu bosom
4 ol liberty their bosoms with me doubt not thnt its importance will strike you may bo thought by thn British: generally of of war as such, and in good time, and on of the fallen man, and intended vo of (

Dreath of, freemen and expanded their hearts at once, you may depend on tb. h :arty cooperation Louis i Philippf{ and of his Ministry, I must be good report, give them' warrants as such. Let the flow ot' blood, had < eased to yi reprwent td j

toed proud of this municipality. ,It is also the allowed to entertain great respect for both, as the rest be sent to sea as constituting the MATERIAL then supply he rose Iron the a fur
the of Per- gory t'nrJa f
lp
yoke
.It rnision was to military the Governor power.to 1 opinion of this committee, that tho place ap men who, thbughthey have doubtless: made for ordinary seamen; and as feet as followed the uneven h-nT of his ;anto on-ifi;Iud: 1
granted
to Texas, he the docu-come pointed for the meeting of the Convention blunders, well understand the necessities and one boy leaves the naval depot, take in ano : wav to the city.-lt.| L uis" Bulletin. i

gathered together I should be without the bounds of the San Felipn wants! of their cointry. When I see every ther. This mode w ill establish a proper na- -- :
m>!hfs of his office, the
to ,
and irripqrtant country I Junto. In relation to the expedition to the where evident andaalpable signs of rapid improvement val school for officers and seamen, and no I ORIGIN OF THC t4nrtl+ LADY.-It wag
started. He a:>
was to return to
Wonclnva because the compelled had declared Indian village, we can only say that you may in thft soil, in the roads, in the money can bb expended with greater advantage I ciently the custom in England l, for tho-jewbon

jto-hould ,not to Texas.military Persuaded that depend on our hearty concurrence. 11 houses, and in thepoople it will be difficult to to our country. It was such schools that fortune had blessed with .,ifHuenre' ,to live constantly .

could pass Respectfully | convince me that they are discontented and sent forth Rodney, Blake, Howe, Jams, and at their mat or ho JSH in the t
he reach Texas rule and mis- country
rule wonld fall military he made. WILLIAM J. FISHER, j ll badly governed tn October 1831, I was Nelson, any gave to Old England most of the where, once a week, or o.tent-r: the lady of the': 1 Z
paralized An attempt President of the Committee of struck in to Orleans and Nantes solid she has achieved. Besides manor distributed her ,t
to elude tho of the military, and SafetY J my jounoy glory so valiantly to noon tit'i ; I>nr.svi L
:tDar.h.Texas. vigilance To the Com. of Safety.. with the advance wade since 1832. In May while thus securing to ourselves a hardy I her own hands, a certain quantity (

c I f Who can escape the bayonets:: The above is a true copy. J. W. B. 1833, I was still more forcibly struck with race of disciplined and obedient officers, boys, :She; was hence denominnied by
t a sanguinary soldiery?-he has been taken ofbrU8d'1
t I find the increased advance made in the preceding who, at a Word or look from their commander, ghan-d her bounty, the llljr die l, u : (
thrown into a dungeon, without a hope; Extract from a letter to Dr. Miller, of Gonzalcs, months and in will with alacrity the '
4 ithout eighteen ; now again entering spring and emulation to obey on sigmn'rs, BRKAD GIVER
such
a from
,
prospect except as proud Judge Chambers.I "
your France on its pooest side, at the distance of f orders, we shall save from vice and degradation corruption m tht* n,.+ntrr o!: pronouncing[ '
'ipirits may determine on. understand that copies of letter written
a
+, I'I' Let nsk I two years, the progress in the whole appearance many poor buys, who have no home or word has product eels in >dcrni term, I.\DT. "
( me you aa one in common witurselve h by Corabnjal, are circulating in neighborhood '
your
of things is !s> remarkable, that, if.| everdoubted parents they can claim. It is probable from ilu> 'fcoui'atiKrus'un'
I 7<> are prepared to receive such in which he
state
r rr you among otherthings of of This i is of th* Ji
the still
r 1 possible improvement masscs a subject deep interest, and we arose practice univr r.altv :xi lmgQr
;r a government as it may please the Con.man-; that the general has de
government
dant : as well as indivdunls, continued scepticism hope will not be lost sight of by those whose ladies serving the meta t at :heIr own t blci.: ,
General Coss and his masters to give creed the confiscation of the lands of the colonists .
becomes On this occasion I it i is to recommend such
impossillc. sat duty improvements
to
ti i; Jon, and again receive n n.ilitary' officer as and their; expulsion from the
country, for hours consideration of The Baltimore Aincri-'j n s,' ,tint,
gazing f f-om th+' carriage, on the well 1 the Congress. ys. a most;
,# i your Governor, or will you support and sustain with a view to alarm end excite them to rise dressed, mtellig-nt, and coniented-laokin+ valuable invention has 1 luey hen made bj

I I.' the officer your own voluntary vote placed against the general government. I take this people; on their comfortable houses, crowded \YO L\N'S HAND. Mr. James Hamilton ol New Y+"rk, whi h \\:11:

1 t f .in office, and now lies in prison in consequenceJof I I early opportunity of informing you, that such roads, and wt-I cultivated fields; and con There is scarcely in the whole of our be the means of saving an uiirm-n.-iu of! labo:
scope
the vote made in his l favor I think by the statements are utterly and false
groundless, : i in trasted them \\ith t he sullen, dissatisfied, und cnjoyment-it( is a bold assertion-but, oh in this country. !Il t is a m.cr'hiur, for ftllin
... I feeling which I have, that I can answer, fact, and that from the best information '
that I
youHill .flu\
t'. I miserable appennnce patched dresses, and how truel!)-a sensation more delightful than trees. l'W York .J\IIIl'r..1IJ. :avrsfrom
1 \ never submit tamely to such a course. hnbe"en able to acquire, nothing unfriendly from the the New York iMt 'hanir,' 1 rides
( coarser manners and expression of the people, that arising warm touch of a woman's + Magazine : *
'The object i is to establish the supreme executive is intended against the people in general, by i! j the first time mvelled the same road two hand. Its very delicacy and weakness, as it i I cription of it, a* rompauci[ + bv a drawing.
authority of the state in Texas. This the federal Do
government. not
imagine for j after the and simJ into a more and This machine requires little mare
very space
strong
Jt years way; my feeling was glides manly grasp, i is:
; highly hnportant; and it behoves every man'to a moment by what I say, that I have joined I J plynow 1 I could die contented-the peopleare a fit emblem of the just confidence the heart t for use than is rpqu r:-d !lor( the swui,!r" of( an axe,
\ .
; I slrtain every nerve to accomplish so desirable what is called the military indeed I
party, or I desirous to best..w and he used in almost: situation I m
advancing in prosperity and happiness; and i is so upon its destined pro may any
\ i an object. Then let me cull i inriirtherance'of any other party. I know no for I I '
upon you guide my political the future is secu, ." It seemed to decide the tector. And whilst the i.erves thrill over the which a man can use at. axe.It may be.
v ft your interest and in obedience conduct but facts; the constitution und whether soft and the moved from tree to tree by one man, whom
great problem, human nature is capa fingers electricity of passion i ifirmg is
to-the orders we have received, to turn out laws,.and the will of -a dearly '
: expressed ma ble of attaining to a higher state of earthly exT every 'em-wbilst a spirit richer andmore w-th it cut through a stem m i iwet: diamt'
Immediately, ORGANIZE, and march to his jority of the nation of which form ,
we a part istence than what it now -niov! rind to decide refined than thought itself: flutters the ter in 5 minutes: two men rvili,however, work
relief and bring him to a place of safety, i in Hut I will not see the people alarmed and de I I so conclusively in the affirmative as t to bosom'-how the heart seems striving to in expand it to mote advantage. It H soconstrurted Iito

this nur favored Texas. ceived by a The simple facts are make "feel all into that I admit of of dirfcrur .
one joy over. It was not my itself unutterable ecstacy of beings saws t lengths, an'cord
You will match to this place as soon as possible thesethe! administration of the .governmentof state which paint..d every thing eouleur de so seldom felt, so" impossible t8 be des ing to the size ot the tree. A Committee of

It : and wait for further orders this state during the present year, has been rose' for I had been travelling all Tu'sdaynight I cribed. the American Institute at New lork com

I Given nt my office in tho town of SanPhilipe i of the most shameful character. Poor Viesca and been turned inside out by sea sickness Reader, if like myself; thou hast slippedover j mend il in strong term It cuts the stumps

l : l de Austin, this 21st day of June, 1835. was completely hoodwinked and deceived 1 on Wednesday in a gale of wind crossing the mature age of thirty, invoke, I uniformly of an equal {h roil i ; it, and at leasta
pray
J. B. MILLER by a few whose only ob the hiinncl, and way rather tired. Besides the thee, the aid of memory, and let her recall i in Moot nearer the nmunu that r iuunl, whereb/:

f I At a meeting of the citizens, held in the I ject was to use the government for their ownprivate disappearance of wooden: shoes-the: substitution moonlight httuhestf, the scenes of thy court the moat: valuable part of the timber is saved:

town of Columbia: ; on Tuesday, 23d of June, purpose. horses and besides! all the after labor ot the end.
;." V 1- ol three one man to a plough; ship-thy April mornings of hope and fear- squaring!
1935 !Silas t Diusmore, Jr., was called to the A law was obtained for the sale of four hundred where formerly there were two horses, three ot love, joy and pa&giou. Let tho visions The cost of tho machine is ibout $53: and it

chair. Ofl mon of John A. Wharton, seconded leagues of vacant (land, and the most driver rise is believed that with it twc men can Ifil.a3
oxen* an ass, a and a ploughman; the of bliss again in shadowy review, like the ,
by Wm. H. Jack, Esq. (the letter of shameless! nets of speculation were committed much timber in tim caD
I rarity of military appearances of any description springing afresh of a rainbow fountamthouwilt a given as twenty
{ the 1 chicif under consideration against the state and jnterests of Texas.
; political being ) the loaded with the axe."
I and
; wagons, pleasant houses, own, that whether amidst: the luxuries oia'rt (J
the f following resolutions The general informed of the
were unanimouslyftdoptedj
government I are all objects that do not depend on the state screened by a friendly shade:, from the too

:sE corrupt and scandalous proceedings, and pass of a man's feelings but on that of his eyes.The strict scrutiny of the brilliant chandelier i in MECHANICAL INGENUITY.-! corrMpond-
E 1.: Re6tcd, That in the sense of the present ed a decree annulling those sales; and the mere moral expression of the people is i the} solitude of nature's unnamed or ent ofthe Bostor. Atlas *tatty, thai Mr. Henry

i meeting- it is inexpedient to adopt any measures purchasers and those interested in them, and also remarkable.[Edinburgh Chronicle: nce-whether lulled the magnifi I Plymton, balance maker, Theatre alley
of committal, until all the citizens ofttys a few others who have been deceived by them, of by subduing serenity successor to Mr. Dearborn, has made a balance

jurisdiction can bd consulted in general) are the reports which you have heard, and From the N. Y. Evening Star. voices a of summer'd the eve, or levelling' in the bnbel I l of gold, so perfect In ite motion, that it

ti meeting.Bcselved. which I trust. the colonists will pay no further NAVAL APPOINTMENTS merry sleigh bells-if thou is turned by the eighth par of a grain, and

j That the political thief be requested attention to than to treat:with contempt and i in.dignation. We alluded a few days ago to the manner i in lovest cpuldst but win the confidence of her tbou considers it a masterpiece of cautift l and correct .

f. to take the"sense of the citizens of which midshipmen's warnnts: were obtained, ,her so seemingly unconscious it bad escaped workmanship, intended In "eqr' pia got,

t I his! department in regard to the most pieperpolitical The movement o f. troops towards TexashaPt and the class ot persons most likely, from their her timid maidenly hand keeping, she would trust used principally in Banking establishment,

{ measures to be adopted on the present in my opinion, no' other object than to position in tho state, to obtain them. Our object flooded in thine-thy thoughts were and surpasses in delicacy i l f motion most ol

ilt occasion. meet and counteract the revolution which the I was to show, that although the present with delight--thy very bosom gloweaWith the English.balances. He his: also.one ciQ*
'
\, Renolvec* That we recommend to the citizens general government had grounds to believe mode of appointment may in lime give us a a generous rapture. Oh! how thou then strutted lot Government, to t e used in weigh

of Texas, union, concert, and moderation would be attempted by those individuals. set of accomplished gentlemen for naval officers swore to my heart of hearts (t more holy, iug, stone for building the for in our harbor: ;
it in the adoption of measures the can obtain a of the letter more pure than that of the altar,) to protect, burden,
to meet you copy alluded to, wo had our doubts whether they would so susceptible and nice in obeying its
f present crisis; and that we pledge our fortunes &c. you will confer a particular favor upon me make equally good seamen. The service is a her to comfort her-to minister te her joys, to be as t j be turned by a single ou ice placed upen

Lives and honors in support of such measuresfts by sending it to me, &c. peculiar one.Ve require for our bureaus, dtdst guard, her guide, her ill in all. If thou the platform. This balance will weigh tW

: the majority may adopt. T. J. CHAMBERS. men of education, of address, of diplomatic not, thou wert no lover. enormous load of thirty thous nd pound *er

Resolved, That a general Meeting of the Dated June 30, Ib35, Bexar. talent, of a knowledge of the world, books and Purchase with the soft reminiscence of stolen correctness, simplicity, and rase of motion
cititens of this glances, (the first effect of unpledged love
jurisdiction be called to take society at large. For our army, men of scientific ) these balances are second._,, to none in use.
timid
place in the of FROM THE ROCKY speeches and ntdent vows, comes the
town Columbia, at 12 o'cjocfc' MOUNTAINS. attainments, of sound education and \ .
on. Sunday, the 28th inst. ST. Louis, July 18. enlarged capacities. For our navy, good withering thought of faith broken, looks estranged A GOOD IDEA.-A distinguiahed writer of

Resolved, That the chairman be Mr. Campbell of. the firm of and vows forgotten-the old countenance acknowledge+ ,
requestedto Sublette & practical seamen, hardy and robust, a sound this country says, that *an .
address a letter to the political chief enclosing : Campbell, reached this city on W eduesday head, an honest heart, good disciplinarians, I: the haughty answer, the disdained gentleman is never bound to n puce the """"*.
him a copy of these resolutions and last, from the smile. Alas! memory is too faithful a wit-t b Ia cl;
assuring Rocky Mountains. This gentleman i- devotion to duty, and a constitution which defies i lous abuse of notorious and piuverbialguard's.
\ him that be Will find us at all timesready left here<<.:,on. the 9th of April last, by wind or weather. Such materials we can I sees dearest; and when called to bear testimony I to ." The same idea is impressed the t .

and prompt; to discharge our duties asg6d L land, with but tWq companions, to perform a I not always expect to emanate from toe draw I the pleasures of "Long Syne," dare old saying, :\ well bred ,max will not iDt

citizens. journey of one thousand miles, through a de-I ing room. In short, to be good naval officers i, I even there to be crosa xam ncd. me, and no other can." It is niplied,also,;-

Kesolred, That the proceedings togethe tort land, untenanted ,save,by savages. you must be good seamen; and tp have good the following passage, which we came act .-

with the political chiefs letters be published returned'on the 15th of July. If we deduct seamen, we must establish naval schools. THE HUMAN FRAME.-How few are in t he the other day, in turning> over the learei

In handbill form and in the Texas Republican. !i- : several days.,duripg which time he was'detained Bonaparte concentrated all the energies of habit of reflecting upon the skill and wisdom : "Lacon." "It"t you cannot nro***.. quart. .

in the settlements, ; it ,will leave only three iI France in the formation of his army, because displayed in their formation. In the humansystem I with a blackguard, let your layer manage .

,., On motion of Win 3. Russeil, i months for the accomplishment; of this peril I he could reach his enemies by land. He neglected are 445 bones, each having 40 distinct rather than 1our eU. No man ,uweeps bw o-i

Henry Smith Branch T. Archer, Silas Din s- ous adventure. The same route was never I his navy, for he very clearly saw the i intentions, or functions to fulfil 246 muscles, chimney, but employs a char JOey :sweepwho '.

more, jr., H. H. Williams, W. H. Sledge, W. before travelled in s :short'a period. By andI difficulties contending with England fir the and ,each of them having 10 different rate a i- has no objection to dirty wurk, because '

H Jack and J. A. Wharton, were appointed I by, we shall think nothing ,of.making_ excu r- I dominion ot the seas.: Our\ position is quite tions. Besides the tendons, ligaments' nerves, is his trade."

A committee to draft a report for the nextmeeting |: sions to the Mountains; and undertake them different. We are essentially a naval power; veins, and glands of the body, there are not

., with scarcely greater inducements than goof ir- i the extension and protection of our commerce less than 1,500,000,000 membraneous cells A CONVENIENT MAXUi.-T1 French load i:

On motion of B. T. Archer, the thank ( ern the multitudes who (lack, to our places of necessarily makes us so; our right arm is our connected with the lungs; more than 200,000- losopher Voltaire, laid it dow J as a becomeefee'
the fashionable resort in 000,000 pores in the akin, through which mental maxim "when a falsthuod:
meeting were presented to the chairman. the summer months. navy; our army is a mere pelice power, never perspiration ,
r On motion, the meeting adjourned until Mr. Campbell was not molested in any>? called into action, unless some foreign foe I 'is constantly flowing; aud above expedient, mays to tell it;" for, although a fC at

fluoda/ next at 12 o'cleck manner, by the numerous bands of Indians! should rashly invade our soil. All that we 1,000,000,000 scales which compose the c persons I might be able to detectit, the '

SILAS DIN 10RE, Chairman. i through whose country he was compelled to reqnire of an army is, to organize the material ticle or skin of the body. There are also. the i I body of the people never would Iud ofconLsit t

+ ..*. pass. lie remained. about fifteen days at the to educate and qualify officers to take command compound organs of life-the brain the pea.t I would answer all the purposesprinciple of !lU b.rd..

.' From tht Texas Republican, July 10. Company's post at the foot of the Black Hills. ; but our navy is our mainstay, our best the: liver, the spleen, the kidneys, the intestines was adopted by the Dtn&tDBccu t

lONtALC8j July 4. II Returning, be resolved to attempt the sari g a- security; and it is the duty of the government the organs of eats, with their varied ley rand, and has been the WIB l

f Genf/rtfuft/ -Tout communication per Mr. f tion of the Platte River a meant of transport to study night and day for its improvement, connexions; the blood, the bile, the lymph, in political life, of certain indiMduah

s, Burton, has been received and we are glad to I I clop Which has heretofore been by the traders organization and efficiency. Without our navy the::saliva: the chyle, &c. &c. |c' uotrl. ..I

.i inform you that wehave at length received generally deemed The astonishing ramification of the nerves
,
altogether imPracticable our commerce may be destroyed,'our flag t&tc5'that J
from the interior information that and veins through the be The Boston Chronicle one Reformer
( maybe accordingly constructed a batteaux, loadedit insulted, our seamen impressed, and our national system, may gatheredfrom
f pended on. Mr. Gritton, whom we are informed with a large number! of pack of Buffalorobel prosperity seriously and Irreparably i in- the fact, that the !least puncture though; the Mechanic of New Yo 'k have, appropriated i
is a confidential friend of the Preii-ii and the made by the smallest possible instrument (the
t by occasional employment of jured. What is our security against pi/ales dollar for the assistanceof !
;
: thousand
2 dent, is now in this town, direct from the city small boats made of skins, be was enabled to against the pretensions of haughty and sting of a gnat, for instance) wi'l both draw ten =- i8 len

,4 v of Mexico, who.informs Us that,all.the report descend the river a.. 'distance of 600 miles in ful nations; against aggressions the power blood and produce pain-a Pr.otthat both a those who )have. struck in,BoHon.w' t
'f the l tho oa high\ nerve and a vein have been struck. I
unfriendly! difpositioD pf '
: ..' general. i safety.- Theangation'of the P tarts'is made sea, or tho imprigpnmeot citizens oa land We 2tavtaioeA, a calculation which goes to hour system.P' .
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respectable meeting cttiiefis]
, FLORIDIAN Leon County held in I MAXUVNA Au ust-tOth.J835. 1 LATEST Fftpi FRANCE. i& U psnora haifa* any elsim fill J.L&t :
at the Capitol the ofallahassee -Vr. .
City Editor* -1 sent! t tribute to die of .'
you memory. The pacfcet ship.Ifticc, Copt Depeyster, .5. gainst the Estate Jtwx T. -"' -
the
on lOih inst. to take into consideration
aI.SATURDAY. our lamented CIOTF JUSTICE MARSHALL. As it is'a arrived yetterdty roil Havre, having sailed ed, are hereby notified ter prrsnt tkeir da '.
the efforts .
u that are now making by the Fanatics nD.tlonall03S I authenticated within the time ,
think tie Is
voice by 1IiIIt'I.b
of regret should be from required' >- '.
AUGUST 22.waders of the North for the abolition that port on txe 27th June., We bYe indebted -
immediate of slavery heard from all quarters, and I do not wish Florida thoto to said Eat;ire r pJleJ !. 1iI& t
in the South; and with a view of expressing public to be silent If deem worth recehred by:her Paris papers to tie 28tb, and immediate pa ymeot to Patrick Kerr, my dol r aajgon

:are referred to the proceedings of a sentiment on the subject:-The Hon. L. A. TBOMP- | the floridian you I should be my gratified Essay to see a it placein appear. Havre to Ute 2tfc of that month. All the important isedattornymfactorto .' .. .4Adminiakatn1 -mi

the 19th SON was called to the Chair and JAMCB A. new ntaib has been CATHERINE JOHNSON. :
held at the Capitol on BERTIIC- Very they c already
. of citiiens Respectfully, A. 1. W. | of John T.Johnson d*s.AemfAugust -
svrcU resolutions adopred by the meeting are LOT appointed Secretary. After a brief and pertinent received bythe arrival yesterday from Cag.land. 2U t.'w' "
r.st.t We address from the Chair of OV THE l' We have however J- : S
t though determined and firm. are explainingthe object DEATH OP extracted a few WESKS as Idate I shall ti1thef1
!t.-.'rd (that the whole South trill respond with the meeting;-Col. J. G.GAMBLE rose and offered tie CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL. items which we did nit find in the London pa SIX the County Court of Leon apply Cc unty (ctthaEatatgof.'jj

(J.dent the sentiments contained in theresolu-I following1 Preamble and Resolutions,prefaced with-a When at the close of an Autumnal day per4 I Letters of Admiuuuatiow o& &. -

eand voice to that upon so vital a question as tIS.' the few appropriate remarks: We've watch'd majestic sol'receding ray, The Journal Du Havre announces the arrival -I SMITH, late of said- Coonty ,-

t.nrn Stt111 present bold front, and act in Whereas recent occurrences make it proper that Cmght the last glimpses of that orb sublime oo. Wednesday, of the American vessel aa -A. K. 8. HID iTEa. '
which threatens not oalycTtopefLY' the people of the South should express their sentiments Withdrawn from us to cheer another clime the August 2-6w ,
evil
an Hogartb which left New York the 27th
on dater
t&n J n arresting individuals and as a in relation to the avowed object ot certain How deeply meditation's solemn hour SIX weeks after application will be .niad'b .
but onr lives AS May the aUoptio.of the trtaty for the payment Honorable the Judge oftheC.unyCouof *
kisiills the
Fanatical Societies formedin some of the Northern faith of a Superior Power
; of the: Jackson County for Letters of Adoinutalien
25,000,000 fl by the Chamber of OO
\\e, I Wiiose; laws 1.
t States, unerring are for good design'd, Deputies the Estate of Richard L. Watson, Ute or s Lid OOUQtyr -,
I r&actod
h in his EnV> of the Resolved That whether And to their that city en the pcecedi&g
"OK! W"w Rit (, the existence of slavery source attract the human mInd. i *. SAM'L. L.SOLO MON
lnc attempts to show that the excitement that I in the United St. es be a blessing ox a curse, be expedient Who has not felt eve's soft refreshing calm day by an arrival from Liverpool, and had been AueusttS, I-6w --

4'b: III"t prevailing through the country upon the} subbolition or otherwise, whether it shall continue, or Shed on his heart a sweetly soothing balml received with marked satisfaction At the SIX weeks after dale application will be mad by .

'rO*r \ )has been cau. 'd by the Fanatics oftct I U"lien aid how, be abolished, arc questions which concern Corroding cares, Mntlictingpasswns cease same time, says the above paper, tho America uodersined, to the Probate Com t.for LcU. ,
; o. he has Whilst all c were not with the ters ot Administration.or Estate of D>,Thos.vJV S
1 and the Factious Politicianq (a rnd must be decidedbytheaveholdingStates around breathes harmony and peace; acquainted amendment 'j

r:Olr th,ed to call them) of the South A more I I alone.Reiolrtd. Man now forgets the toils and jarring strife, of Gen. Yalaze; we mun wait to see the Srowden August,82 deed. EOWD.23w. SEIXAB.--., '..

Jbtl upon the character of the South has never I That our right ot property in our slaves The fears and dangers of this stormy life effe----.t. th:1lt..... .it. will. .. n..r1.t"'Uuu\"c... --_- -- _-
NOT
ICE.
< u1 1 published-and published too, in the Richmond I is as perfect, and as absolutely guaranteed by the Dissolved in sympathy which words denies, The Augsburgh Gazette of tko 20lb inst. has 3IX months after dafe will b made

been ", the leading Administration pnper in the Constitution and laws of the land, as any other right' He pours his hearts best incense to the skies: the following from Cus.,el of the 14th;-' We the Hon. the Judge appHeation of the County t Court-nf toK7 >

r.ft 01jpiniOfl.: I The fact is, Ritchie knows that those I I which we possess. It is one'which we will not suffer I In such an hour the spirit spurns the clod )learn from good authority, that the German Jackson County, rer Letters of DUmissio i (D..ii

me has been pleased! to call "Foc'ious Pditi. to be brought into discussion; and any, and every And all the soul expanding-soars to God. States whith are united in the new Custom Estate .f Andrew, Q. Mays. decJ. ?. -.

I'bo decidedly hostile to the election of Martin I interferance i therewith will be met by more determin. system j are;:about conclude of Conmerce H.J: HOLMES. A.dm'r.August ..
;j1J11W ire With thoughts like- these when Autumn's sun | treaty :- 22 2-6o- .
I Van Buren 'for the presidency, and that I Martinrr i cd resistance than was opposed to British taxation, declines with Jht> linked. Slates America, in ECUTO14MUleE.ix -

Borrn will doubtless receive the 'utlre'ote of. I by our heroic ancestOrs.Resolved In mcllow'd glorieS o'er the Western lines, order to facilitate eommercinr com muni ca- months after date I shall presevCmy. accounts.

Abol1t ont',5. If, therefore he can by any posShtr That umfer no consideration will the And lingering yet, comentratts in one blaze t ions between thi two hemispheres. Diplomatic k and vouches'final 'setdemtdt, aQd applyjdthe
demonstrate the iVt that! the AbohtiouiMs.ni slave holding States* and Territories; consent that. Hon Judge. ot the .Coonty Court of Leon "
1 Thsoften'd negotiations
splendours of his countless arc opened on this subject
Politicians arrtlly.mf together I }heiISthp Congress shall legislate on the subject of slavery rays; for a discharge from the Ejoecutorship of tie Eattt
,Links-have forestalled public opmiheSrfith. AND ANY ATTEMPT AT SUCH LEGISLATION Then slowly sinks-we contemplate a mind at Berlin; :and a Mr. Wheat on, the American of John K. Campbell, died. -, _. .

AJl2 and iicc MrtfiUly *rut the clumuur, : MUST CAUSE A DISSOLUTION OFTHE That illustrates our country and our kind, Envoy at the Danish Court, has receiv FRANCIS EPPEJr, Err:

jOt that ttr.! Van Baren is anAbnlitionit.Jt UNION. Verge te the limits of its bright career e orders from.the Secretary ef State at Washington :ttt:11.i2- 2R -m ,:, '.

And team its last this earthly i to to that the TEN DOLLARiTREWARErAN .l
upon sphere. repair capitol tn autumn.
with much pleasure wr publish the following Rciolttd, That while we rejoice in the belief thata I
a ted \:. 'Tis thus with gaze intense and sadden'd heart, PARIS, June 26._We have already announced A WAY on the 8th inst. Ner
UMrestcJ ii..d Iimz mml1: ( by vast majority of our Northern brethren are -
The opposed .
Cud I W< our long lov'd Patriarch Man by the name of DICK, abouV5Oyoars
>"oah cannot be too highly appreciated by the to the schemes of the Fanatics we feel we have aright see depart- that ene of the vessels having onboard of common size slcndi built. I
age, r .
)jot Unlike that sun which e'er with
Sou-hem people. That: there is a determined f spiritAbroad to demand an evidence thereof by the suppres. promise burns, the r volted"Mig'ielit JS of the Cir de I biclt: hft a remarkable spot of white hair oo

to xg tat.> and pursue the I (cussion of iminpitwa suir> of the Abolition Societies:-and we call upon No day succeeding with Aw form returns. Verd Islands, had landed: at Sf. Thomas, rhe topf his bead.t\bouithe %e. fadoUJsz. I

mt1fil1t! can net}lIIg'l'r be doubted: ; them to prove their love of the Union by prompt action Oh! say on whom 'mong Statesmen,Jurists-all), where these* men had beeo disarmed and retained The said Negro was formerly tht proptny \ "

RLie; ; and his Enquirer to the contrary iioiwithrufitluS on the subject, for we warn them affectionately Shall gifted MARSHALL'S spotless mantle fall ; according an>official despatch of thePort.ugues&Consul ii eitnei nt\f Quincy Littlebcrry or BIouuiKewa Jones, an4.onthe it is imposed jtopatac hi, j

jitg __ but frankly, that unless those Societies are speedily When first War'sclangourthro' his country ran at Tangiers, dated May icola. The Above reward will hs psjjd on Iii ibcig

!'. Kilning: Star. suppressed, the Northern and the Southern States He stood conspicuous in the pliant van, 15, he sloap Marion, containing the remainder confined ia any jail, ordclivcrad*'tr me, on the Odi-

A CARl must cease to form one nation, and must hold each I Nor( sheath'd his sword, nor e'en desir'd repose of the bittalion, had arrived in the port of lockney. ASA MUHSONAiifjust *-'

;rr DatiL turwy-Cvp yea'-5 that I have been others they hold the rot of mankind, "ENEMIES 'Till Independence triumph't? cAr her foes Mogador, itt; Morocco. The Consul had ordered .-- 22 i.tr._-.

.! !tectlv M.A lli.Arl. tlj'! coniiccipd with 'he public IN WAR, IN PEACE FRIENDS." His country free, he sought tie peaceful shade the vessel and the persons on board to TEXASL.tZXDSFOR .

AKS 1 1 hive in j\u\t.\\of!.the.santd Somhcin the rights States, and-havpalways sup. Nesdvtd, That the next Legislative Council be invited Where studious science has Ler halls array'd; be detained and had written to the Eir.ernr, :'
I
putted tlll protested principles( ajrruna: : any interference wiih their to pass snch laws as may be necessary to defeat Capacious pow'rs profoundca lore acquire to give his Sanction to the detention by specific S.1J1.

eons,WKwnal\ r-rw.rfics, and decried every: attempt the machinations of the Fanatics-meantime we Thin struck the path to which his soul aspir'd. i iCrown'd instructions to the Governor of Mugador, THE subscriber having purchased U D'a D-
have a law alwas in force "the Law of self .. of- AND, lying tlie .q
dWicnhificaiLcSJavf Vet
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upon
tocKr.crxci'.err.eiit, or produce unhappy ; picservatian with high honors ;from his Country'shands which he hoped to obtain from the favorable
of AJ.1l i ia.Te.n.s
t and )
qwstwa.RCCMI ," and we foi'warn all whum it may concern v.er. iavingin..oiscio",
'fats in cven-l r'U1Sf thc Southern & tha n FELONS FATE awaits the miscreant manner in which he had been.received by that roiinrmed aad duly authenticated, titles of the same
,
\Vo :i"n S a r::. sa: fy m\ that tliere i is a fixed detcniiiiiatj Whi-h merit wins, and grnhs e'er commands, l\l who shall be detected in edition
'II among a body of men residing nor h of preaching or inisern.nating Behold the sage where he at :last presides- see in September next, when.and where h: will(di.ose .

the IVOKMC! to "Ciia.c; and pursue the discussion (if di the incendiary productions of the Abolition In that Tribunal 1 which his wisdom gui(es. 87. MARKS, Aug.- 10th, 1835.-- p of a part of the same upon liberal aaiiWe reason I

\\mmtdvdt emtiinjiuii aHI l nt the and thus.jeopardise utnfori1- and the! } i;ot t ITojya, : rights happi- That the several Post Masters in the excef ding
r.c";. ol ul1r Allow citizens, residing 1:1 the Slave Territory are r que,'ed'to' withhold from delivering Hislcr.gth- nd labors have his worth pourtray'd; Cotton cleared at this Port during the period I have ness and fertility of the Red River lands is unne( 1 :
Whatc T it touch'd, his mind diffused a light erved of the cessnry te thing. But to those
.':::"' as Surveyor Revenue. Should you say any \v With the vi w of aflbrJin j to those residing! in any papers or paraphelissued'by i the Fanatical: l That -''oubts dispcll'd and simplified the right: deem it worthy of publication, or of interest to the I f i informed of this country, ansi have not referred to

Aat section of the Union, and ather.., a channel p rese*; and if the regulations of the-Post office forbid All men confided in his guardian care, immunity, are at liberty to.U56-it. the Map for its particular location, I will cay, thettt t
ittthe North, thrun-h which they can ho tully heard such acouisc, that the Post Mas'crsbe requestedto And felt secure while MARSHALL you I lands lie within three or four days run of.. steam f.
still there.
.u defence of thrir principles: their. right t'heir ;,. hand to the next Magistrate a list of the names of was Very IlcspcdfaUyr. sir, your ob'dt. setvvt.C. boat to the great City of New Orleans arm they ir&

:ihmrnt to our happy confederacy. and, in particii- I such pl'fSOil'as receive such publications. This And he is gone! yet his immortal rand -. CRANE. situlcd beteeri the 33d pnd51 th degrees of.N tt tt
iarihf.r sfntimcnts tIn :this importhat and dclirate Latitude, in the same of Petit Gulplf, winch! it con.
caes'ion, I cheeifnlly open to-them the columns of meeting is aware that those papers are forwarded Survives in monmnems he left behind.As -_I .J m I siJercct the best Cotton region of the-who e aro.. .
the EVENINQ STAR, in whirh nut only those I both to friends and foes of abolition ; but the names live in all the freshness of their morn F.* Y) 0. O s :.-tt.1.\ t- I tint they .\re\s rich as nj, lands upon- the faoe erf $I.

rights shall be firmly sustained, bu' slirvll be happy to being furnished may lead to the detection of some of: Great Tully's works, which did his age adorn, g O H O -n .oo2-t the earth, aid extending from the rive- back-r r \
Mice the the medium.)f communication, thro' While complement to a well watered,
paper the agents and abetters of the Fanatics. Rome's proud columns falling to decay healthy, a id general J
-' -v their sentiments can bt- heard', and their wish- Rrsolrtd Exhibit eo .; -o -----.n l ly Prairie country of exceeding fertiiky--that these '
That while vigilance is at all times grandeur passing fast 11' - -
t.rlaJ known to the people of th,' United Stat a away; -.. !i ._ _. _. : _. :: _' l iands are not subject tn overflow as those I Jrrw dove t i
duty there is nothing in the present aspect of things So, should our country sink into decline t xiI -
M. M. NOAH = 0 _O -.. in i Lnu, lannn..that in the neighborhood of thcsa i
Cl Editors: south of the Putorcac will have the which seems to require the adoption ol any extraordinary And future suns o'er uonldering ruins shine, I ? _- _- -_- l lands iQO to 3000 Ibs. of seed cotton i is nothing ari. f

ktidess to copy the above.Fonn measures.Ittsolvtd Our. language shall cmvey toother rands tU _- - .n ,, common to be reared to he acre. As an evidence-of" '.

Tnat the proceedings of this meeting be Memorials which defy Time's ruthless hands. "-c 2. 3a 3-------C"r __. _ the valne of these lands, those upon the opposite ihie

writer,died on the Iflih June last. Hisrat /2 the width of the river between, nresJIinjatfromJfc .
The vote being then taken separately on each Resolution His country's love win canonize his name! Q g t tt I to 40 When tIcse ..
ncrc. facts kll
m parliam'nt has been filled by a Tory, (Lees) - - ., per are 'n>togevl>*
they were passed without a dissenting voice. -Q I o .-------.n. I. er with ;the confidently a'tlicipazcdceisitin o? that co'ii*.
who elected Be the honorM .
vras by a raajoiiy: of'n \'ote50'er10hn ours and the grateful task, -. -- o *
On motion of Col. PAKKIULL, the meeting then ad.ourned. 0--5 uca -. -, try.fltTy scan lo .t .t Untied States, It *IlL b j blind nc i "
P. Cobbeit. To pay the tribute which his virtues ask : a '- -. -
: j L. A. THOMPSON, Chairman. ; .0. - : in out citizens 1t1. not at once secucing.4ori paltry
The futll'ml of the latr Charles Mathrxrs: the Co- To swell n great Republics unbought praiseOf ej sun*, lands which are and will be worth counties
I JAMES A. BCRTITELOT u -I'
acdian, took place on the 3J of July at Plymouth. Secy. Freedom's champion in her darkest day5 e >-'l:: .-, :---t-: : : ; C' ; I! th"u,,\IIJs. .**, .
Ye Legislators! whom our Senates O > U I I It I Ii.depcivlent of the above lands the sut scribed ha* r
a
The the yieldHe Cl 2
marriage of daughter of the i immortal By. [CoMMCNICATED.] -
And influential
1 Oi-O r : a strong connection in that connt"
ton. Ada Atiiusa Byron, with Lurd Kiiip, was nnijunced TO THE PEOPLE OF JEFFERSON rank'd as foremost in your noble field; s 3 ; I which tvJll afTrd him means of procuring and furnishing _. .

to talw place on the 7th of July la:t.TL COUNTY. Ye Jurists! who expound your cOMtr}' laws I .>-; : _. C MC. r r ra good land titles, which tew if any possess. 'I.

? Ex-King of Franco, Charles 10th, i is nut ex- Jl'LY 25th, 1835. I Your chief's no morEs respectful o'er him.pause. -:-? J .35cog- -- : c.M- "=.-. : : -. THO. JF.FF. (IYtEE:;. "
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u'huse J 15
Biographers office fate assigns, ; en : : August >-tf .
live -
tct& to loi.g. I It ii with great facility that men are led into, lie claims it now-remember where --
I he shires; enQ Strayed stolert1
or ;
The miumial BulUnn!! (N. 0.) of the 11th inst.ijjj I courses, to which they have lon been habituated; And O! Virginia raise the'marble high jyj2 .5 It g,M- "_.0 '} 0;'. 0-,.O" I I'IO from the subscriber on the 25th.

:"We are )happy to annouiit-e tlH arrival inhs I and where opposition i is indulged in on every occasion To tell where MARSHALL' sacred ashes lie! -_ .csIS.' 3JS i-K -oci_,.1- I, : : July last, a bright Day Horse :4 i
: : of Cot. it not becomes difficult ascertain Here Genius mourns her las: her favored about 15 hands
city SrcrnFN F. AUSTIN, of Texls-he only to son, C8 ; _0 I'I'g hi,':'h, between

taac pa Nei. er in the brig WauJtycr: elevcii 1 days the highest) possible degree excitement, but men And Law's wide empire shows what he has done; (-' t. _, _- 12 and 14 yracs oit-sjny pcv

bn\'cra Cruz.Nt continually run into the error, which is said to desigmite All cwld not perish-.volumes yet remain, I-5U 0.n c '" c .a o f rc} J c.or1 0 .ILX ...S son wtoct thai he wilt i U or give de information iver him tsf ',

the writing of a cerebrated} Roman Moral Tho' we may ne'er behold "his like agaan." _: I.t C'- 'Ia9.a. me or Mr. JXriasMonticcllo Wiiffaru ,
Couof.-A CJ'
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f'o squareliale new Cotton isis, who while engaged in laughing lown vice, ?________ A.L.W. c c. j __
the .4 shall be rewarded. !
:n Silver Bluff Plantation of U. Hammoml (1 < J. suitably .
: j t ,rglt to say one wore in ailvanct-metil of virtue. From the Philadelphia f rc.ullge Books. : 0 : 8 CtO-M D.C.LAUK.t
Mq.Edgefield-Drttrict, was received at Charlt.sI I Pure DREADFUL RIOT AT BALTIMORE.We o '- > ; __C_ "___ Monticello, August 9 5 t-3w i
like _
opposition) purke oxygtn, is unwholesome r'0 T -n o o_ _
ton on Wednesday evening, 12th inst. by the I regret to learn that a serious riot took place in : 't I Z -- -Five
: by being too stimulating. c. Hundred Dollars Reward.
*tl:: Rtad. Baltimore on Saturday night anJ Sunday morning. I o 7
Every canvass fur office is an interesting spec The mob attacked the house of. Reverdy Johnson, I E 0 WHERE a most atrocious murd was com S

A aclc to the philosopher and the st statesman because Esq., and John Glenn, Esq., formerly directors of the ; Q u f M"- M. upon the body of my 5n. LITTLC
r project is on foot in Charleston, to establish! a i Bank of Maryland, and caused great destruction in I I .-..m', M pOD ;.' TO,' BRYAN, on the 19th or 20th day of 1'ebruary, tjj
*e of steam packets between Charleston and Ha.anna. every canvass for office indicates more or : the house of the latter. The citizens fliw to arms, 1 : --QD QC-QD-Ou"JJX"O --OD- the year 1991, by JOHN BEMBRY. tlrn acitirta

The Courier states that the less strikingly& the state and condition lftht body I and rumor says that 19 lires were lost; a great many : < : N of Florida: And, whereas, the Governor of the Terf
Captain : Dolphin; : politic. The great BLickstone has said, that democracy more were severely wounded-among the latter Mr. !. -- I ritory of Florida did thereafter issue hi J Proclatpv!
Pennoyer, is engaged, and will. leave Findlay, Mr. Cheve, and Mr. Adams. Our information (inn, (viCenng a reward of $200 for the pprehension '
C:1rltEon: fur Havanna via St. Auguntine, Cape I is charaleriscd by goodness of intention; is derived from gentlemen who were witnesses OBITUARY. of said Bembry in order that he might e brought'to

FoiL3: Bad Key West on the 10th Nov. but there are many other incidents, which if not to this terrific scene of riot ffnd blood>hcd.-AJ> : Departed thii life on Tuesday,the 18th inst.at 6 o' justice: And whereas the said John Bnbry) has net

next. distinctive, areai least pertinent to democracy.- they left early in the morning, we are not able to clock,A.W- MosEs,only sos of Dr.William W.Waddelof yet been apprehended, and is now lurk;ng and cor:-
One state minute particulars. The excitement, appears, this city, aged tour years, tw.months,and thriteen ce ding himself in the States of Georgia or Alabemev i
\ hundred and ninety shares at $300 each c''f The elective franchise, which, to4.he iiMgiMracy, grew out of the late business of the Bank of Mary- : days. "Marv that ii born of womaB, t i. but of few I hereby offer, bides the $200 offered Uy the Govienwr

j stock for tire establishment tfa line of Packets is the source of power, and tot-he people! t the means land. days,and fun;of trouble. lie cometh forth as s Ifow. the above reward of $500, to be paid to anV .

teen Charleston and Liverpool have been aub- of control, is held in too light estimation. It is too ,RrcRMosD, (Va.) Aug G. cr, and re cut down; he teeth also &I a shadow, and person or persons.who will apprehend laid Bembry
ae:1ed We understand that Sixty-three copies of the pa. conticueth no.t." He was a lovdy-child the joy and and lodge him in Leon County jail, Flor da. '
to for in Charleston__onlv" 110 remain open often applied to gratify persc"nl! resentment, or per, entitled "HUMAN RIGHT," issued from Boston, solace of his riarents nd grand-parents, and greatly Said Bembry is abut 5 feet 6 inches high, portly:

,, subscription. personal friendship. It is too often guided by circumstances : were received at the Post Office in this City yesterday beloved by all who knew itim, for his sprightly, in. built and rather chunky-dark'skin and eyes with shqILYy

-. which signify the weakness of iliose, morning. Of these, more than forty were ad. nncent,and captivating manner But it baa pleased down look, and very dark and 1 t eavy bean
AMiuA Mwrtt. Jicsstdto Clergymen, and one copy to each of the a wise Providence, to cut him efifin the flower of his He wilt be drinking and frolicking wherever he can'
built j -A stcam'car has been who are possessed: of so Ttkl power. Not ihat I members of the Committee appointed at our first youth, and cxll him from this, to a better world. get liquor. Be is about. 40 years of age and very S

n EngUnd fur exportation to the U. States, would place this engine in other hands; but would public meeting. What motive prompted their trans. Mourn Dot for his loss, bereanred parents; the happiness unprincipled in his disposition. '- -

kiich performed the distance between Manches- strengthen in those, which now have the ma I mission to the Reverend Clergy, we will! not undertake of your child is in the keeping of the same Being MOSES BRYAN. ;,
ter I rn40 Liverpool at the rate ol a mile minute to determine; but that the .object in sending to who holds thrtfestrmes of nationin biB hands; and remember August 8 5J-lf Jt
( milet a nagement. the committee, was one of tauntmg impudence,there : that. your loss, is his gain; and that he .<
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) At that rtftc when the N. York N..D.-The Southern Recorder, (Geo.) the Mon<-
To be particular-Four candidates stand be doubt.-Ccmpilcr. the bosom of the .
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1 more cannot a now reposes an meek and lowly Jesus *
\ Road Journal AlL the Mobile Cefliov Advertiser
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is finished breakfast gomery -
. t1 Nteyltl one can who hath aid little :
ing on the plain, claim suffrages in a canvass "Suffer children, and forbid Ala. the Columbia R
dine at Bufi lo your ( ) Telescope, ( C.) and the
and be at Detroit "LET THE SOUTH LOOK TO IT. them
Mitt" not to ct'mc unto rue; for of auch La the Kingdom
D the be Raleigh Star. (N. C.) will please ye thnabove thret
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wherein and
S next Ja). a distance of nearly 800 two may appointed, two must be Who pressed the Missouri Resolutions Rufus; of Heaven. I. G. S.
insertIons and their bills
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lo office forpayment. -
i'ttk.Inch II not now travelled 111 less than a disappointed. The chage-against Col.) Bellamyare King, of New York. .
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Who backed Rufus King Martin Van Buren _
numerous; but a defence is promised. We -4
j will wait ita advent. Col. of New York. MARINELIST.1OltOF NOTICE. .
Against the ,
turk IIfDUXA J Sf.?. f -.!.-\\ e learn from the N r. most vindictive have urged but one objection Bailey-, "hehas Who moved for the abolition of Slavery in the District WILL be sold on the I 1st October lezt at pub .
Columbia at the last session of Congresl Mr.
.1 ;8OOOOO ofCemmt'rce, tha: the Loan of come out to sustain Col. Bellamy." Without I. York. ST. MARKS.. auction in the city of Tall!ahassee the -
of New
I advertised for by .the State of Indiana the truth of Dickson following described lands (if not previot sly disposed .
to this
tta'e'bet i stopping investigate
statement Who is Mr. Dickson1 A member of Congress '
I .
n take of at private sale) viz..the E.ION.'SIc.I: !
by Messrs. J. I. Co1).en' Jr. andI we ask, what validity and'effect can it have and the bosom friend of Martin Van Buren of New ----p- CLKAKCD, Township 1, Range I, 8. & W. The W. I I'N.E.r1Sec.12T.tLta.1S.&W..andt1u.W.ofN., -
.fIofBaltuIlure
as follows Acig. 6. Scrjr. Washington, M. Swahn,N.Orleans
-Oin, : 1400,000 Bank in a reasonable mind: Ii is not necessary that I .

J.i deetnabe! fur 20 )'cars, at a premium of they who vote for Col. Bailey, should also vote York.Who; is Martin Van Buren Oh hush! you are 405 7th bales, Schr.colt.bn.Expedition, Mandrind New York 100 W. 1, Seo. 7, T. |, Ra. 1,8. > s t :

"'II\J" Cpercent. or Sl04 50 'rSl00stock. f.00r for Col. Bellamy? Wilt this objection be allowed too inquisitive.-[Col. En,. \js. Flour, and 500 buahels corn. The above'anda lies within OAfS and a half miles of .

art(for to "' Irredeemable for 25 years, and aof then, to attach to Col. Bailey an odium which his -f- Tallahassee, and will be sold on the foil>wing condit
l1o cash \'earf4, at a premmm 5 per ceniettrordinary. >r conduct has never merited? I hope not. For CURE POE DuRRHor.A.-As this disease is tiocs, viz: Five hundred dollars cash, the balance at :

lur 100 tC1C.Rt. the honor of the people and the cause of merit, 1 usually prevalent at this season of the year, a s\ Fresh Groceries.GEOI4GE 12 months credid, with approved note earing inter- .

En ; :-- hope not Ira man, who is ambitious of naught, gentleman who has for some time past used I H. LINDENBERGER has received eat from day of sale. R. PARISH'
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oI'real Ut.-0 the moat save the honor of being faithful to them that confide I. : the following recipe with great success, requests arrivals and offers for sale low for August 15. t-td l .

thu estate, took place in New York on tlie in him; ifs man who, in the midst of a tortuous .1. us to publish it. A table 8ponful.of cash- 'I',000 !bs. Bacon, assorted FOR SALE,
1Va. ,
ey
of Teal I estaten j r known in the history of die and meandering policy, designed for nothing vinegar and a teaspoonful of salt, mixed with /2,000 U*. best New Orleans Sugar A FIRST rate family of- Negroes tt nsiavng of.

chl that city. The N. York but the promotion of those engaged in it, has ever i a gill cfwarrn' water. If relief be not afforded /300 do. Loaf do. man about 35 years offfcge, a goo I Bricklayer

LLLtedi Jflucr *V -"The property is preserved a courselodependent and undtuating I fifteen minutes a of the I 40 bis. .upev fine Flour, and Plasterer.1 111. .,tie wile about $4TeSrIOId,
J 00"0' and beoned Samuel sound and wholesome j in ten or repetition with three likely children two of which
bon'. to from principles; if such a I 5 do. Molasses, are lam
". este. 1 S'r very destrable property, man for such a reason, is to be slighted, we may dose, be says, has been effectual in every instance 10 do. Rum, enough to work. For terms and fuitlur jMutieolart

tLiten. greuy Den ? for :mproVrDent by the: anticipate a radical change; not only of men, but, he has observed. This is a simple remedy \ 10 do! Whiskey applyto Wm. Wyatt, or to thewbscrifa tr. .. .SP

A d for Clsh. T1. The property *M put up and of measure; nor for the best. Col. Bailey has worthy at least qf a trial), and can do no \'30 Keg Lard, PETER AOUlEE. *
l-tw
1ritboutlnde deale waa tntrely been citizen of our County and baa had Y. Mer. Adv.lMroRT.Among "Q Bags Coffee, August ,
gone through long a bAnn.-fN, Also '
of first situated
The ) Baskets Champaigne Wine, a{quarter: section rate Lt&df
11 co .
ilDlnens prany assembled aoticitatioai to serve in Ute Council andat j '
repeated -
; the Oscflla Jefferson .
l the Casks Sperm 00, &c. 4-c- on co. .
ticiIpnd? ; nnd. price ot "r every length he has consented. Now, all I auk in his I. the late fashionable im Tallakasaee Sid August, 1.t1 -
aoy price owmte
ter speculator.predicted The by the 80tf I. ; beholfts this that his claims rosy be weighed i in I. ports were received 10,000 coffins, by a flat L N. BJ The jubscriber returns his sincere acknowledgemeaU SIX boaonbleth afterdte.icti.iiwfl&made1e*JivJ e of.the COD ti, Court foe

'fI4t&1a 6, hundred and sevePly thnuand property f ir I IQ" the balances and be it remembered, that a people boat from Cincinnati. Our good friends of for the very eztensiTe patrooag* be hu I the county of Oadsden, tbr Leuees J4scuss ry-o& .

1 bthes the fa'tt that real dolLar.' : may be as deeply injured by he debasement of, Wet seem determined to bury us whole- received,and pledges himself that nothing oo his part,, the ejUte of John P.Neajej, late .Q*tsdeti coiia(7.
thin 11 ever has been tate k hi'-. t a worthy, as bj the exaltation of an unworthyman. I the shall wanting topleue the people in .ua1."rG. decM. x W. D. HAHRISC N, AdmV.
before JUWU3. eale. What! ten thousand at one fell swoop H L. .
I New Q4evuic 1" 1835. 43U .' '1'
Orleans'
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-11Pt1LijI :ir-wr--: i Watches &c.A NEW. GOODS. I NOTICE. .. -
Jewelry, tI. A. PIERSON, : t
are requested and authorized to announce subscribers have received T the next Januar Term of 1
W lately by sundry A Gadsden
". tI JOHN IIAVlia, Esq. as a candidate for a THE: subscriber additional has just re- m m UW41i : AaIL
'! 1 DeaL in the next LellSlaUCountll.. of nn J sup- informs his friends and thtx Domestic Dry Good, Hardware, Groceries, Provisions Will 1 and l T slftment cf Jolmathan Tho_ ta. 1
WkTcnip
RESPECTFULLY
r. i 1. ;4uz:9E: 1 51.tf ., ply SPOONS, &c.,which ZW&LRT.he offers SILVER that he has just received pr.; I Saddlery. China,Liverpool and common Earth- will present his account!) and wickers fors ltI

) "; to announce SAMUEL II. for sale on his custpmaryrea- S chr. Vvm. P. Savin;'a'complete assortment of Good?: I cm Ware, Casting, Iron, Cotton Bagging, Bale Rope "'IthId estate, and pry; to be tlis h.ir: <*Cfl tM ::
Li JrtflIIVAL suitable for the present season. : and Twine which ofler low for Cash B. 1EAC1IAJ Oil.
to
they
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I Esq as a candidate to represent sonable terms.1FREDERICK I ; or pune- tad5tTf'n F.
them the : en. Jnc SS :.
Among are following:
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tual customers. business connected with this
;I' JLeon County m the. next Legislative Council. 'TO WL& Any

' r U'' July 4th -17.tf __. Oct: 4th, 1834. ((8tf) ..1 l'1 Piece do.Superior do, Blue Rlk.Broadcloth tJ t1., i, liam concern Kerr., will be attended to at Tallahassee by Wil- IXnnthis flficr d-tc, we shall I suTni'

.:: J are authorised to announce Capt. JU3EPH The subscriber has employed a Watch-Maker direct 1 dodo.. Brown Cashmarino. A first KERR & TUnIS and Vouchr sas Exr.cutorS'lfthe : .

, ;if.i i WK.: Mt' )OL E, as a Candidate represent LeonXunty from England ; and assures the public, that any work rate article for summer coats STURGES. John Lester deer f'cl!, t.) rh* Hon. the e Itr !

I \.. t ( ; ;in thi next Legislative Council. entrusted to him in his line, shall be done promptly 1 do. Invisible Green Athenian Cloth do.j; St. Marks July 11th, 1C35. 45.2m for the County Lconard apply f>r ndiscb:1nt0J't uonntv f f

. 1 and in the best manner. F. T. NOTICE .I .
'. .,_June 27th, H 35. 4GtfWE I do. do. Blk. Bombazhi, i JAS.J.LESTF.R. ) ,t
u 1 do. do. Silk) Velvet, ; : months from date we will present our vnu<*h- IV LESTER r.tc
A. T .
: authorieed ttnnounceJAMES. Court SIX !
Term
rl ; are to In Gadsden Superior -May 1335. S
$ 1 do. do. Satten Faced! Vesting" rs and accounts ft r a settlement, UNO! shall np- | March 2Ist I J 1S3S.
'. BEIITHRLOT, I Esq. as ftCandidafc toreprc- Daniel Bird, Compt : 2 do. Buff and White Marseilles Vesting?}! ply to the lion. County Court of Gadsden County for; 32-G.ns
Council. .
: 4 lent Leon in the next Legislative
county vs. 2 do. do. Silk Pocket llkfs. : Letters of Disrv-is"ion as Administrators of the estate I NTnCK.: I

; .f, Sune27Lh,1S33. 46tf I Thomas Preston jr. 2 do. di>. Plaid Cravats, of Hezekiah Wilder, lav of said County d.vd. | AT the! next January

I W. ; Eareftuthorisedtot\OnounceARTHUR\tA- Wm. D. Jones, > JN CflACEttT.he 1 do. do. Cllr. Silk do% WM: II. WILDER, AilmV.! Pil G; tt atrn COUIIY.Tctmof'tiIPf'oln''ht- t.nf C

1 \ COX, Ksq. as a candidate represent Leon LittlcbeTy H. Jones, And sundry other nrticlrs, such 1G urn Elastic AN BURNLEY, Adm'x. irator nt the I estate of r'dnvind I !P'nversi.ied! l\ ,min I
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. St t County the next Legislative Council.Junc2Cih. T heirs of Edward fu'Spt'ndcrsVhite and Black Ilair-Cloili! ld\s, May :30 42-6m present J\rl'ntmtsal1" V.vTeherfr Gifchr, ..J;' tfM.
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1 Doyle, deed., and the "? 11[
1835. Brown Linen Glove Linen CflIarVlllte Cotton '
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f 46L heirs NOTICE. said estate; and t pray ti I be f ii ;<-r.'r." H ft.' r"1 *it:1:
' -EDWARD Wm.Hambly. j xnd Ilandoiv Half hoes, &c. tc. All orrlcM will behnnkftilly I JA.MF '
M.ilLCHul-r
; j WE are authorised to announce appearing to the satisfaction of the ih received and punctually ittciidctl: tJ. IX months from date, I will prrscnt my vouchers G T > : 77'J\dm'- !
< CHANDLER, Esq. as a candidate to repre- IT I ali.lcnronI11y.. J ul:ig I 15th. 1335.: -
the Defendants Thomas .45C' :
.. Court that May 30 4 ?.tf b. and) accounts for a settlement, and shall apply .
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;\1 Sent Leon crtumy in the next Legislative Council. Prestoajr. and 'Vm. D. Jones, do not reside in this : to the lion. County Court of Gadsden County for Let-i I KDG z I.: TOOLS. J

t : .;. -Janc27l833__ -4Gtf ._ Territory l but reside in the Town of Columbus, Geo': II. A. PIER & OX I Ill I In S of T is.uission \dmuiistrator ot thetsialooflichard iii.: !iiceribercx! 'ertS tohc
\ iiil the residence rf the heirs of Edward D ylc deed I l Mahborn late of siid CounT clerd.! T 5tlppiF.vI; 1.
: I itJ': Wo are authorise to announcea y, and t other!', ,Kdgc: f .'o-Is. from manor"' *** ..
nd the heirs of \Vm. Hambly, i is unknown: It is TII S GRAY! Adut'r.Quir.'y tp. '
,
': ", 4 flEO.: H DENNIS, Esq. a< a candidate to rcprcfnt therefore on motion of the Complainants Solicitor, i II I Ift May "0 4-2-6m \' rrrll, Hunt & Co. Diut"a r|* s, Ma3Sachtnett: or :
I will I I sell 1 them l I ,
: at wliolijjh
Council. an'-l
Leon County in the next jji-lativc ordered that publication be made agreeably to the ; t ttetorjprj.

.March :8_-. :I\tf.. _ i statute in surh case made and provided, and that said Fresh Groceries. ;l addition, ofeo>t of trat <.p"rtatnn: TLes e V11":'' '
4 --- -- he warranted-.slmuM! -s"iJIto
". J 1\I1D1lu: OI'TRICT.-GA'I SUPERIOR COURT. defendants! appear and plead,. answer or demur to The subscriber has just received and offers ,, high hey break from It fta ', o rff0n
temper, IhC'y'ill
j.aril .; Rtmcy. In Trespass on the case upon t the complainants bill filed i in this cause, on or beforethe .. The Ie exclian fdfo;
-- 20 1 1: Irish Po Axes air now $In-'u-made: .""
1 the Term of this Court the $ atne?, for thi1l' tn.'rktr
first of or
W. next ,
Cto't JInrriscn previiiscs. lay
Merchant w i ill he received i .shorth! GF// -
J iQ Tailor 40 do. Flour '
\ I trading t-c at Summons ad respondendum same will he taken pro ccnfctto. 'tpcriue April 1tl'. IH11. JMrn >. L n. .
>4 25 boxes Cheese,
t Harrison .$ Ranry, for SlOnO damages.Allacmfnl A true copy. : -
istual J. R. HARRIS C1lk.hy 10 (]r>. *ot.rh TIcrrings,
Attest
vs. for J.ilS h N 4At J l' -
john June 19,18: 5-returnableS"oj ;\ 2 53 4 1 11 iii T 1 n the.! Sperm C.nifJIts! ICE.
if Pigg, LlAII.\SHr.: 4 B 30 do. S persons t !
any: "l'mnnd'l
; : vtm'jer Ttrin, 1835. James 1 '1'11;unallll'd, ) Juxr. llHn, I 12.J.f. np tae! of Cpt.. 1 h It/ir't t'ne.
I 2 do. Mo-avi.in Pines \Vile
,
dcfcmlant j.nd nil others interested here ,
are. .SCabrc.'kd
Attachment. ?
t THE I VP. ,; 50 l kegs L-ird, I Ii..tt..t 342 tTtrti (OllWY \ i III ,v'J ctd,
-n nlltif t.1 of the muituumi nf the tnu( suite nOli l J. '''. in "lr
D'y; ments of the .. i'srcj &:ate-
same to tU
10) ilo. fJosluju Butter :ulcc'! ,
/b.
of the uin appear alaI' Defendant and all others ) ? ) t
t 'rllp. l.'OO; Ibs. N f\V O-cins! Sugar. J C".J''y nllaw"d: TphM e !
the declaration filed in said nccordiii ( .
plead to ease. cn'sltdl\ll' hereby notified t the '.,' fe '-brd
| .III re arc hf' Ty toj
With an assortment of oilier Groceries f ir 'Ir!'* r>.t I't r'
f' to the Statute in such ease made and provided. that An t ifhtnent has: been sud nut of the office) > I to tl' ..il,'rri'j, r. J ) 111.\K" ; C
the e.ili
loue I
IL'LTMBKIlT
I Dated June 19, 1835. of the ('lorh of Ga.Men Cnmty Court, (Flo ) and' pnc : ,

I J. \VESTCOTT, Jr. the Defendant1) and! all I others t inteicstcd, are hereby GEoRGE H. LrNDRNBRTallahassee Grlt.: i : tr l l. r.tf 31st. January 183. T tf .
)
for PI'lfI
4C-4m
June U335.
271h. An'y. required if, appear and plend to the declaration filed ._ '-- -
---- N. B. The subscriber returns his sineero; ckn'w-! -
PEP""I11);
i in the 'a c. FERGUSON, ? *4 J !IVU.f'n\ .
StorinoShipping- of Cotton. edgemcnts for( the very extensive 'rl h Inreceived .P' I > J. rr."I"'f.. ,
.1 lino I 13 4J-3m Att'v. for Plaintiff. p7 iteze r. P Pi. ur ", J.r/llf'f or iP l'/I' .
I'r gUR .STUROKS will altrnalto! Storing and and pledges hi'n clfthat n.ii.i iu: 'inl-i-: : part, I I.>', \\"lu', fur 1'\-f'r1 t years: I l.c ttc : ;olt''i-" w'Ui"''

I Shipping Cotton-they will also advance ui i iI STOUAUE AT ST. MAUKS. DlnFC'fIONS. shall be wanting to please the people in '_"'! a'r.L! i :itt r t"l1 to the rreatr? fiitof cn'"t \'I'tl i.n'tteet f.S! .nt!

I Cotton entrusted! to heir care for shipment to any T lIE subscriber having rcnied thru largo and com The Height indispensable .' n. ; i. T.. ', C, IIImr'e.'a"II! !, 't d"f)1f'.t\! ;JI.ah'tr .. rr.td. .
market in thr T'nitcd' States I or cHewhere antI will modIousVarehnl I ) $ formerfy occupied by Ihe,:" in 1 an
; ; tirr1uiiu! a r ibir.irjy
1. rtound lIlt best und'-r coat. In the Superior Court for the County of Lcon, .f' frron: ''.t'r1t ; : i
cither thf ir Stores in Tallnlia or St. Judge Crane takes thi of informing his f ')
.c ct opportunity
purchase at '
mI: : .
2. Do. \\"aist.H. Mid. Diet Florida t"Kftr.1'1'1.1:1'11'! I 5, to i 1u.-: I 1. Lts \
of 30//J 1835.S. : .
)cH k. 01. -1lh! 10U: ( lf) friends and the public genc'-rilly: tin all goods stored :t From ha- April tin a,'; :\1"111 i ;" St rpm 1"11"f.t I 11 I c. erit. tm tb 1
le'am to tlbuw and knucldo! .
I ICredl'r.
joint.
In
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with muel hale I'rustec and ,1,1'
-- I I him shall have his strictest attention i I and i lln-ir )% privv ii ttr m"rc rrtiritllt 1":1n!
4. Hound! i any : !
the I'high. !
TllB.\ UHEIl'S NOTICE. orders will Compl'nt.[ ngain I .' rt'mpl1'rl'l" r 4
be attended to with promptness and! Ilc di :cov -t >- in .'III.i'l thio..e ili..rt .' '
5. From the iip-j',iiit In tl.n nncl<*. John TI Parker John W. j jMa ; "I'I r''i'tii-i; ot .1
TREATVHEKS OFFICE, > patrh EDWIN W DORSKY. mint ansI l -!
I bojijvlti< jclor :r.' ,
Py the nboif lk i-f fqaly '
TALI AiiAssr.r, Mnrch i=Hb, 1.,15. J April 1* :3C.if disianre' lOaII. --n.ii.lod\ MHurcnifiit.tr f f rwypl their gentlemen meacurc at a ; ':'-icC., Williams, } Is CHANCERY. ., the s-ii .'t{.in." "-rtr ': Ir'ii'ir: "inn napn't1f"ltl"'I', (| LnEc.e: ". ;.

y an net passed 2lst November, lt>2U, it is provided which ; and RulJf'rtr.. Williams: | P LA-.-I Ilishuisf! i fin nWrrertam! caVe'fwiT
EYGR./1 fTl.V will cv- '!" .It\*-' atlrntion.I :
__ > th.Ujill Bmuls executed by Auotioneeis J. and Jane Aikcn, Executrix, j jof largcmentot 'tteSrr.it::.
.
I thall be forwarded' by ih. J l1de of the Co'inty Courtto O H. Throop. Evgrarcr of B.lllltnles, Maps, -. -. I Kdward Aikei, di.cd. I[ : Among ti!. ';sympt'. nf Dv "f'r'iaYn.1 ;
I !
the Treasurer ofthe Tcrnkory of Florida; and! that I II Portraits, HeauN of Hills: Business and Visiting H A. PI :'i \-. Hi- .> respectfully: inform Dcfen-Jar.t J j|: plaints: are talcns"r! bvnyjnn; Linr-l'OI1'. 9

I fill Auctioneers shall quarterly: i in each year C'lmmenpingon Cards; Diplomas Notari.il and Society Seals, a I rlw."fhis lormcr |.ain>ns, and the pub, THE: : Subpoena% awrilc in this .. math, 11ler l'ld.I'1'1. \ abihtyrb! ;<.ngrpijr?,.m ta' ltlc! s. I

the 1st January, transmit to the Treasurer I Door Pates! and all kinds of Masonic Engraving; ex lic generally, thatn'- will continue the Tailoring Business not having l!efn cxecu- !|: mouth ; gieat 11'1' :11:., ity 'if r1i'f'tJairh: 'te[ int,

! : under oath, taken bc/ore some Judcr, a copy of all rented in superior manner. Fret'i'PL1may be seer on hi* own account, in all its various branches' ted on the Defendants, John [1. Parker aod John \V. j j times vorannusnut at t'hrr tiTU" g'ca'ilv- i i'lscl11 ;1

'F Hales effected by him, wi h the amount and at what'. at Mr. \\ lsonc Book) Store, wlieic cdrcrs may be left the old t-stablisbeJ, stind formerly occupied by tinMessrs. Massie, and it appearing! to the I satisfaction: of i the 1! thirst, fetid breath! na' "ca: \vccil\ne--! nf if! cI/'f.f'Cllt'!
Tallahassee Marrh !19th 1S3:. U. B 4. J. I Bull Monroe ctrr-ct Court that they nut inhabitants I.f this Di&triet |' "=I'l':1arl'.u.d
\) time nn'l fl.icc, and for whom the snmc was 111.l\dl- > adjoin are .: entrtatiotis.: pa'pit: it i'n! .lriwof ;
'.L Nuwf\11.\IICl1nne'p.1'snrr, required to take notice nfraid ; tCP". Sign and oriiamf-nt.il painting executed as a.bn'c. I ing \Vatch-iiiking: establishment! of Fr dcricl: but live in thrc Tintrd States, the sail' J,.in I L Parker !I, the l/owcls. ]irr.s:tron tiic; sr"nl1dl!II': !?, '-re'I!;"'', -

J I law, and conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds i .--.- I Tnwli-, Esq., \s lice he will continue to k"cp on hum! in the WfBteni IJI ! : must' Ue' insiituted. Judges of the County Courts are a choice assortment of Fashionable and .Seasonahl': John W. Mas
?t: i requested without ,delay to forward, properly certified COTTON GINS. I GOODS of the latest iuinortutions, of which he v.'illfur-! that the ;:ii nt l Defendants do appear and answer ;;111\ the stomaeli ulicn!: '-ntp'/,' ridlircss metnnry! ,.a!."r, tif.n>:\\: J ,I
,
. find approved, the Bonds of Auctioneers in their pos THE subscriber) has received on Agency from !. l1i'li clothing to tile order of tho'c who may pleas! *; Itf.ivour ) the complainants bill r.ecordiiig to 1\\.. .\nal that 3. i sight and hearing: pan; awl weakness in' : of I

Session. CHARLK.S AUSTIN, srs. ltobcrsoi1 Kellcy, successors to Camp. him with \hrr; p itronace at the shortest hot ice. copy of thIs order be forthwith inserted in the Floridian ,i I: languor, di>turu-t! | c lee ', cr-M feet and the lark :.

_A.tl; 1 tfj Treasurer ..f < III' 'IVmtory of Fl-'rid.i bell V Glaz.e, for the sale'of CSTTOX GINS, Construct ci I made in the most dura hie and shioiiabl'; '* style anti I for thrri; moiiLlis jucccssivi-ly. I,I;I, uneasiness in the thrn.it, cruigli: p-'in Injtft in 'lie trinor siilct! ,'

: PIj'uoks. after the plan cither of Boaiwifcjht, or Campbell & on reasonable tcnn C.r- LilJcllllf'du lilns will br [ISignc.'tl| THOS. RANDALL, Ju.lge. I breast, &e.

N Glaze, and will be warranted thebcstquality: cither I, nvulcnii all rdr is for i'ahi, or prompt payment. Tilt T .st'J., S3. I.ISN-, Clerk.Alnv I The above nintatlies cad fn organic .7/Tf.'ticris/

JUST received, ThoCaval-crs} ; of Virginia, Friz- of iron or Meet! Saws, as may be preferred. They subscriber wou'd rein. n ,is ?inrcio tl.anks fir p.\oi f.i-: 30th 42-3m I stomach, Incr. alit! her:: rr.terminating Urr nf tLj, -

0 \ Pumpkin The Coquet, \ Winter in the will I l III: received i in the month' of August, or early in L : '"IJI '-, and hopes! tllhy l !iis 's-,ldl\l' v ami I strict at tent i..i ( ."! sumption A & in j'syCo3
poptexy, r. arcrdng: to tac climtehsi!
L j 'cV.t1 Ul-K Picscott. Sharp'! L-Mtcrs, Excen-nc: j 1 September next, and will be sold! on accommodating: ; to n-.eiit and.'I'Ct'jI. ::'111? ..-' I i.; .slcue: of p.ironajie. I HOWARD'STONIC i i its, Mgesexoiul ft'\llIr{ : n'/t "f tte.it irnt.:

Characters, aiidavaueiyof: \cPilaneous. and School 1 terms. Tdlalli\sc! ( e 25h 't 'I'; I I. :1. : 7.tm I I Prepared by J. P. P iTERS: : M. D., .Millcd-etCe
:
I
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--
&;otjks. A-L-S-O Ail orders will be ih.inkfiilly received and Jlul r.lunl. II HO \\ AJN U'S TO.N( t: Inventor and r sole ictor.
5 'llX i Lit: 1
I The RcliirioiK Souvenir 165.V. The Aen nnflBenxenir ly attended, jMES1eMUL.LIN.. M 1 X T U 11 E.tFI'LL i f! prr-p

for HU:{:>. \V.\1. WILSON. T.thlaliace, April 18th. IbVi.: 3GlmsSTA'J I II AI supply of this valuable! med.cinc i is':1U ll I Trtzci'i.iZs-ur1'. rous 'ertiEeaics milt be iti
due. d relative
.7/j/i to
Ci..tirc Pillt.
tlutxtraonlimry
cnrr-s pcrforoct
March-23tl X'J i 1 buall hereafter have :
it
; constantly ull' ;
'1 I ?-: TO( ) JACKMhNVlLLE. I Ii 5Jr"l rqu"n' 4" i thf I ninr.-ii.iti Attempts to p' Im h\lJ. !! by using these niedieirc ; b,itth-fallow! lujprcthr-crL
NOTH'IiTH J I i j{i sufficient: to satisfy the mini! If tlie
i I Ii' "puri"'h iilIit:1'Ji n5 of It..w; HI'S ,'ah.lblcI'.dl- ; most skeptiral::
: The informed IT is WARRANTED TO BR A SAFE AND rrtT.CTCALKKMf.DV '
i subscriber: returns hia tli inks to the publieor .. public arc ('illf'.OIl the |iubit<*-!hi.is i ':: itijued If) confide tliial's I : FOR I'F.\Kr.: AND :\GVF., IF TAKEN ACKF.KAK.I.F ',: From Dr. James Eirell.nl/tor of the lUnhcalConrsii !

the liberal; rncnnracrir.c-iit .he has rocnvcdnintK .I that a regular Line ot Stages ; ('xl'lIoii\ly| to ,ig..ts in tJitiVn-n! ; p.\.tsof tln-: TO THE DIRECTIONS. Reports liavmj been cir.-ulaied i i I f i i ion, or / I/MI.'V; Pliuilrtan.;
he has been ill this phre, jiml olirits a cnitinuin has been establishedbeiweui ciMintry from ulioni >ilc>nc thr article bh.d .- i I N \-OI.Lr.AS'iDl'.2Ylrhl
:: .2.- I g-.une cai that this itiixlun* naiis ar clli(. I nut directed by i ?31.
'. i. -cof their patron e. Just rlC'I\'cdp"r'hr. Delta,, : Tallahassee and Jacksonville! viaHpn.ijr.s )11\\'IWIce :: ; :\J .lt. r.ivml: : tla '.11/1': ,-!"eda.ally ..,.ti'.L; I lie! imno !I the Pionrietor to say that these n p.'rl-- ir> ittetiy !; 1sai.l e ';, To wIll) : it may (IICI'll.This i i.. to certify, tbt I
.l I r t direct from, Ne.w York rrer< ial, assortment of 'Vo41 l i ; !leaving Tallahaisco ''cry10:1I.y len, Staple anrt Fan.' GOOD, Slices, 1 lIt Hollowware i 1101'11i i i Ins, i i'I. N-- -. I
I } ill;: aiJ arriving at Jacksonville! on Satunlay auir.MJ: i1. > York, I'nil! iklpiiia and j 000. l). tiara to any one who will! prove the cxi.-flerc-1 J Stomachitr tt Hf; atica: in a mcrofnrrofSILJ:
Cutlery, and lron.mlm:rfCroccry, 4..c. r"n- I I whence traveller.; to the Noith will find re-i.ly c<..uveyanccto II .I 1 1) ,!:.iwoc. ; .. mtiio s/7/t.i to 71H.--I'unlsaad; ft'i r.t 't i: ')1 f the least particle Arsenic, IMercury Antimony 'J Hy'r-epiii i and l ":""'-:t erticns1 l(,p: tanJing.li ;
,
JL t .Sisjinof O blue, black and brown (1 lolic ; blue, bla.-k! ;t tS St. AugU'-'ine. by S' igcs, and to : a\\I1I1\h :j fain! t/" t'te Me 1r1,!- sit* btcurr.LI! S,Util for m'tczn"! :\: ('r any other poi-inous ingrn'it-nt! iti it. t j\ \t i-e in e-.erni iVtst-M>f t IC Cn1JrCITI5 oflhc f'fe[! !,

i drab tn t rcr dOllule' milled C\'lmrr.; Casiur I by tinSteamboat.. -:'." ilia C\.I'> vv-y 2:1 ((. i I' i.t-g. qu.uititn-N: ''I! a \1" ,.(,"i'i urii-! in i"i atio.i of I i In order to p.vent imposition frrtin counteracts nol : and! its aiff etivere Ina'tr'l1i.hw! i have iio Lci .
t i .tnd R\uinets ; English, Ficnrh antI' Anicrirn Prints : tin crenun'.e :Mi.vsnnh.ivj i : l ccn nMiui'ictu--eil; '; l I Lu- i sitalioit in d. ciaring i it t vaanblc: [ ,
I : : .Tan. 2.;, I 1S31. \12tf1; \ J AS M. tiA RIBS. : : hy I i l persons except authorised agents will bo frrnishid 1 by I Ithe. ic 1.1fJ..t prepaatioitt.r
i ; i black I.ustring and' Fancy Sill.s :111.1 Silk S'tvls! G ro'I ru.-. Ci.imtocK & Co .,1\ IN,;U Y. rlc, and .fcr;t t.i Mr Proprietor with the mixture to s.-ll anai.u \ am, !. I I the distressing tti:; It d.:* that Ins: ever come wiL-:

-e !Nap. &c.; Jackonr-t, S wiss1111 Mull .Muslin. ; \e\v' Book Store. St'i'tftfi, r ".':1C. Tin! .i.iiiicof: !icnd instead of 1 U,\\.1 I sole: ag'-nt fur Midille Florida, and! ant asvuird l It" t: in my kll wlcdg(. JAMES EWELI., r. D.
4 3.1\1\.15-1 brown Domestics of a ul'crinrqlla1itr ; :111'In:, 'i 1-1: b--tiu.j ol! l.1t'IIII..ai The ,1.1[f
: "
ctuuinecU'iieU Ro'.vand thatc'l'( a small lot sold to Mr. f.t': lt )i j AVill ei CoUnlGr.o.. Jan. !I3S.>
.
Cotton Ba:= inj: and Ncjrro Clths ; general assortmem 11:i E \ibseriber hak re'-r i i\l.l l .MS,1! will nvu imll\ v t hl.l.f'I..loljo.\i.a
I ;. '.f ItOt'i'3I'iel: ;' of Crockery' \\:'', HollowWue. 1. diatt !ly, (next Ilol Soulli; of Mi. Manor's store) tile oz.'./'i. ;1'f7f., in I in-: "u. rl Flr.iuia::; p.-.fln.'o.II'I.; iid) ( eizi.t.E. not him a sinrrlc bottle! bas been or will 'If sent, "r sold: by i j,: dnca.l'III Th' ir dersigned ran h testimony to thesupeticr!, :
Middle Dr. Pete !
tJ to Florida i's vledicin.T Stomarliif.Tct! H"-
t "
any person to I|
would\ except inC :; ,
of BOOKS airl! cTATir and I
,
"
: Hats &c.lso.. an ortriicit >\/-.r.v,
: 'utlery Cognac Brandy
,
t' ii4 IToliaiiJ'Jin P.'rt.auIl'hrl't.Vil" be glad to supply his fri'.nds ami the -"innu nity in 1 B. Peikins, (;(:011" l! Airent, Tal'ah.vs-cc! If Arsenic hits been ii<. :'trcd in any mixture cull'tit' i!j: [Mtrant t lie euro of I)y :1'\{ psi.t and Lip'r C'wpton: !: :?
: ; Sicily, Sherry : ; in II AVilliarn J KMT ii (Co.:: Tli'iiu.isville, RvicttniTs, it must have been in some of the fjnirious hni- ; tI4.fl& ;''r$'ual! experien. t'1.: G. JOII!lNN.lr. ( .
with nrticlos his line the most
with Nlat'rrlc1 F too tcdjmis mention. Pur- general, any on reasonable -
1 .ldscrsal'cill jViny .il.'dto.lInI111: examine f,r thrmsehcs. j I[ trnnc. Although hii.v.tmei.t. i is lint yetery James C. Kcelcs, CluLicy, tations. All persons therefore, who wish the :f7nuu !!I P's Mcdinn.T: -ll'lIa'hcJ; : Ilcpatbcarc put :1'

! J j AI.EX'll.[ FOll.MY DUVAL. I i \. generalbe expeetsto mak.% it s'' by shipments alreaily !- I KenSiuge: :; >, St. U.tik", Tunic 'm.rtL'c-.houill be cautious of whom they jmrch :'.rill T:1rcchvi'll) full dir:clil.nc for U'iig.: Fvnnors
I ThII11ex, \ : llld'r. i iliiktovr., isc it: :I\Iy label will be cu : in three kircefs! will 'be cure.
? every botilt-soldby : [ necessary toci'inplttea
mad1.J others be mad" the first me
to \( :
\ Ttalrse': II\'. 4. 1 1S33. [I I3tf| by
Darius \\ illinins.T\. ] .
: Co.JoiiticeKc
:
t The is 4
scls from I the North. E: B: PERKINS Sole Aciit forJilldlc Florida price $ a parcel.
.
STORAGE STORAGE! STORAGE !!! He has also the Christian Almumek; published expressly ollli.r; Fn1l: "h,'J.-a I'.I\r. Niv23il y" ti lf. A great quantity of t I 10 above very valua'ole! prepa-

c' I to his old ware-house tho for Kloiida, calculated) for the M rcdrm oT The: iGb.lnfV.. B. Perkin.vill b,; (,i1 nil tl.cbottlei; .- aliens \t ill.1.11., kept COt ,1r.Lly, on h.tud by
J INuihlition
1'J Ijv the above .
Tallahassee I :; ;ijeiits.Tallahassee K. .rEIKr INS,TallahasseeVho ,
and local I matl 'rin relation
r : rt ccntIy'rcctf'd n spacious build containing July 7th 1 ltj.17. 1tfj
to the Territory, which he offers for sale cither bythc I \ is authorised to di: p '0e oftlitio either at wlioliI '
1 I 28 fet forrcccIvtlIze4tttmand
rg SOIy: : goods.
TIMfl'IIY M'C ARTY. cross, dozen, or sinjrlicopy.Dec. I I /; jtidsden Superior Court I, bale nr 1'1':1ul: !; as rca ;.,nlillc! terms as they can be

, t St.Tirlcs.. Op.rcmher27th1A3f. 'I 13, 131. .1 ltf .T \8. S. LINN.ARRANTED Henry Hcc, Gump. )) obtained ot' i lie proprietor. Also lay
r 1' I I vs.Littlcbnry. I Duct's. HOLMKS & \, itLi Ms, Cambelltoir.s
-
)! )1 NOTICE. i'bi I I II. Jones j 1 M-. HAtdLF.f, Druggist, .\ppat chco! t.

':: 1 T'lTv: : subscriber will six months: from date, apply 1 HenryU. Pi-cbl-s }> I.T CHANCEJIT. JOS. Pro IE ''Lfpr.rER:.

i :.l.c Jiul e of tln. County Court of JefFcrsonCOUIIH. Gabriel Smith and The f.'Hovvirg r..ltwlU"II-- the inaiiypcrsenslMj

i II'r1 uKiaission from the Administration of I Benjamin ward, j i. have been euhci I eniirely I cured t or greatly .

l .. I ).c csi i ti" of Kaac Miller, dec'd, )late of said county. ,' t"5l'Jldcnts. I i witftin the Inat twelve m mlhs, by the ISO of D!. fr

FRANPIS P. MILLER. Adm'r. I IT appears from :;tif.it
.,]111\1 'u.1. H,3j. 4C-Gm fcnd.ints; Henry \'. Pceblt--! (Jabrii.l Smith, awl .ItIAD( E and sold wholesale and l\e- 'I state of Georgia.i
Btnj-imm \\':rd, do not reside: in this District but M is. Abncr Hicks, Wilkinson.Ulrs. .
FOIl SAFIHST L I' in Frederick Aid.
C. Ilerston
by
COUntY 'illis 't
i reside in the Stt'cs Alabama! and Louisiana Capt. Jcunes ,
It i ithercfreordcrtil
: > ; concerned in the Patent
rate PIANO FORTE with Or J lI ful1t.
apply to do-
Col. Wm.
P. Bond
that they d app May ? ** 47.tf. R J. HACKLEY. i4 of the Superior: Court for thy .M i iJ.'e: Pistrict of>Ju.lge Flo-! tate The and!above certain Ointment remedy i is fortune offered IIboltinltliJca to the publican a Wayne AV. E-land ESf. 'L\t cr".

: rich Gn-.i.-tcvi! in eol. Bryan Allen, Esq. doCol. .
__ silting !
p- County, [ cinrtry | on or some of which have BO lung baffled the skill of medic
: 1IU. RAPE'STTij I before the iirt day of tc! next November Term of John \V. Porte ", )!tlr\ll.
science. ,
said Court amf answer the bill filed the Sanford Chapman, I Ksq.: Jones.
by
m Complainant
Ua 4l1L mlnC 1P a ; 1st White Surelling9ofe\ery.description. i .
f.il this otherwise i the will Alexander I rVJl1, LMt.. Waslnngton.CoI.Gco.
IL JL o'ie ol the most etiicaciuus compounds ID the t1AnRI.A.lI.EDIC4 A FULL supply of Landrcths' superior garden, I Iherh ccnftssa.July!jn case &ame be taken pro iiJ Sore Lf gol and Ulcersof long standing.3d G. Muthev! : Green.

:Disease for the cure of that class of inveterate and flower seeds just received and war rented 18 49-: U : Schirruaor Glandular '[Tumours particular!) 'Farch 1st, I8J5. 30t:
'
produced) nn impure stateor e fresh ; by 1.B. PEnKIl"S. those hardened tl1mourJ ill women's breasts which often

blood! and a vitiated habltlJf body, and uuallyexliil March 1st. 1835. 30tf Diddle lJi.striet-Leoll Snpt'1' .ollrf. I limes terminate in ulcerated eanct'r'l. __ _u...'.ITO ."
....... "....._ .I.. .._ .i.h'n .. __ I AND CJN'U.111'' ''
.5 --"-" 00:1 me nn ins ui John 11. and B. 4th THE ASTHMATIC
otioiuia oaii tineum. i -- Hruwuing 1, Felons or what some people know Ly the name ..
Leprosy, St. Anthony" Tire Fever Sores (even when' FKE81I DRUGS WINES F. llrowlIIlIIcra.hallt-, I o Catarrhs of every description. ; fin HE most prevalent! .md l fatal of all Dieses ua.i

_ _ the bones are affected.) White Swelling'sif( nlied aid Co-Partners, trading I 5th Rheumatic Puins of the junts. d.-Qt to civ ilized sue ety-tht Cousuinpfioi'-0fdiordet.'

with Dr. Jebb'a Liniment,) Foul and obstinate (1\.6 Surgical Instruments, q.c.I under and using, the name ) ATTACI1 IIST. t'th Sprains and Bruises every description or in generally Ie traced to the east Alarming r
: lore legs and eyes scald head in children, and of Brown & Co. I whatever part situate. i I a slight bat neglected cold By estimation it appr :,
scurvy
'
j; --j-j .corbuticgout, Pimpled! or Corbuncled Faces festering HAVE just received a full! supply ol fresh vs. I 7th Tetters all kinds. In thiscomplaint, the I that ono hundred an..! fifty thousand pewoua die aBw iuhJ':

I cuptions. and venerial tL uts. throughout the body, Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure William B. fcihelton. j J lient in applying the intment, must !keep the pa ly of the conauiiiiti| ( a. 3 ostof these dreadful negliglI P

L which lant case the drops often cure when mercuy PORT, MADEIRA bMUSCATELLE WLVE, THE Defendant and alothers! interested, are here- out of wafer- ji pari may be attributed to common; cold, Dud a eDsavhich '

fails They are ulso the best Spring and Autumns ill bottles, imported specially for the use of the by notilicil nf the mstiuiibn ot.t this suit, that Attach- 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost. I treatment of the harrMsiur cough that generally atl110g. P:*!

: phvmc to purify and cleanse the system from humour 8ick. Weigand & Snowden's superior AMPUTATING -I mont has been issued and that they arc hereby: required It is also one of the best remedies fur Hums and. -\ is usual> follow i by difficult b .Violent DJ
which fieijuentJy appear at these seasons of the to and Scalds. It in the side, and at last VIe! !rated I.ungs-
year. : TREPHINING( OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECTING appear plead t. the declarati >.n according tu eases the pain and draws the fire out iu a Con3umpt/re
They aou! aid the process of digestion, and, by purifying i and POCKET INSTRUMENTS in the statute in sueh c.i*><: !nuule anti' j pro\ided. short time. ropi-atpd Asthmatic nttrkaliu brmgon in tm prt'
1.p I the cases. I ollars expended
blood. prevent the secretion of malignant humour, STOMACH PUMPS LEIGH KEin! Alt')- for rlfTJ' For luilumed Women's Breasts, and Glandular symptoms. One or two <
and PIPES
; Silver Lancets
ofthe lungs. The and chase u1DUMFIUES
; ,
proprietor confidently relies August 1 iil-tf Swe1hiugsitiisuperior i to nredicine known
upen any yet to
the vast number of surprising cuies effected by these Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &c. MJfiDlCAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA.'S'.HE the medical faculty It is much safer than mercurialof REMEDY FOR 'fIlE POg.:
.
I ,. drops, not only in Boston and its vicinity, but through. An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the Lectures in the ii.stiluiion u ill be resumed any prepartion of that material,) because it doe The proprietor begs Ic3.to recon.nie..d. (

out the Union for the beet proof of their excellence as .1 Shakers-among which} are Lemon Balm, Catnep, I JL On the third Monday: in October! next and not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to does with the fullest confldnee) one of the most !3J.1i
,
an unfailing This alterative medicine, in all the cases above Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, ; continue as usual six months. Theywill be delivered cold.This able remedies known for t ri i* troublesome Iud plI: ?:

specified. ciao of article has recently been pronounced ., Thyme, Cellery, &c. by L. A. DUGAS, M. D.I on Anatomy and Phy- Ointment has cured sores of many years stand complaint. Without goin| into detail be deems It te:
the 1111
by aP4y" first lespectabihty who had wit IJIML ing. Where it is the Jo 1 :
JUICE
neesed its and LEMON SYRUP. siology.PAUL impossible or imprudent to heal the nougfi to say, he has in his possessi0fl ,r
eurprtsiiig efficacy, as cntit1ed. in his onin .SPICES of F. EVE1. external sore, in consequence of tho bone becoming has more completel'
kind-Genuine that t
I L Ion, to take the lead of all l the every INDIA Cucny.Jtnglish D., on the Principles and Prac- doubted testimonials /a//
for the above complaints; and popular articles known French" ,, and Prcntis's Soaps and Per tice of urcry. carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the canes, swered the purpoefor \\b!cb it is intended, in
indeed
it increase
this point in public estimation is fast gaining fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- A CUNNINGHAM I I, M. D., on the Principles :uul' tho quantity of the discharge, remove the of other popular medicine,
thronghoutthe foiisivo Kinell and the its appllCS,110t.
v- i country Practice of ease pain. innocent m
.
iinnl & Mcdi'ice.JOSEPH This remedy is perfectly
Price 1 a bottle, trC bottles Noye's celebrated INK and INK POWUEK dlrPCt10D '
It the Felons
or $ 5)) cures worst or Whitlows Foil
A. EVE ;I. D. on an anpli. all conditions a id sexes..
i.: t THERMOMMTERS on Therapeutics and \ln- to ages esci
"Hr. HYDROMETERS
.. RELFE'S &.c. cation of 48 hours.Rheumatisms .
ASTHMATIC PILLS, teira ;Medica.M. description of the complant I .\C. acco*paD L |BJ

f- Cud a little attention to their timely administration xvil E. B. PERKINS. : ANTONY, \. D., on OLstretics ai.d Diseases which have stood RO long as to becomea packet, which conswt of two boxes. Ointment t

,. "..' usually ensure a mitigation of these disorders, and Tallahassee, July Oth, 1834. [48tf] Women and Infants.L. systematic disorder, requires medicine to betaken inwardly Electuary.! Price, 1 fo the whole, oc.5" ceDts .

;, crally effect a cure. The Pills are also an easy and gen ef T). FOR I), 11. D., Chemistry and Pharmacy. to remove them entirely. But in most common I bat one of the articles is WI uted. ,

feclual) remedy for the symptoms preceeding and accom- -S. .,. 4 THE TERMS ARE: cases by applying this Ointment externally as directedit i DYSPEPSIA, OH INDIGESTIOOf

.5 .. I S panying the Asthma, and Consumption. For Coldse Matriculation: Ticket, to be taken once, $1 00 will give relief. And even in old people wi\1 wlms long standing, and of:he most obstinate cb323cT nently
han been of
Conjhf.! difficulty of Tickets for paius longer stauding, It case the per.m4
Breathing tightness and Btrictur, the Full Course, 100 00 has been immediately reliei-ed and olteo Band 'D a

i ScroM the chest, Wheezing, paID in the *ide. Spitting Ticket for Practical Anatomy, once only, 10 00 pain.To cured. in a variety of cases hat have occurred in
.., Of blood, &c. Few cases Diploma Fee sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment
can ashorttirne.
occur of
of this 10 00 vicinity. by using for pill
f.r : law of disorders which the purchaser any Dr. Relfe'a JOHN W. WILDE, President. must be very valuable in winter on our coast if being Dr. Relf'e's Vegetable rec'ficandantl'Stoviboth :
; i
Pilli will not find rich L. D. FORD very certain in its effects on Chilblains or affected ,
a return for ther trifling expend Sec'y. Board of Trustees. with front it parts of which are to be takE u together. tolh..
/.t like wise
&tare. Augusta, July 10, 1835. [July 18 pros yes its qualities in audi and irections accotnpan'lDg -
r .A UCTION SALES.-Thc 8-49)] nable plain practiral c
subscriberhaving Inca- mates

'. \ printed JET:: None wrapper are ,genuine by the tola unless proprietor sirned, on T. the KIDDER.outside .6.lted.-al commission himself in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen- Book Binding- .: A large massof testimony proving the value of this Specific.None are Price genuine 50 cents unless e.ich.signed on tne 0ntsideted pr'u B 1'
: business
regular sale most excellent medicine iIDDimmediate
S. t! the days, Tuesday will be shewn to those who i-
romediate MOrto late BALDWIN
Dr. \V.
T. CON WAT.- nd Saturday.. JNO. respectfully informs his frond? wish further information wrapper, by the sole, proprietor CoJwiT
2 s; (4 For sale at bit Counting, Ro m, over No. 99 Cour He will alsoattend to administrator the public in general that he has re-coin"" on application to Dr Hers snccesaor to the'ate' Dr. W. Co4

I .. Street, near Conceit Hail Boston1, and also by hi, sp< the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY.and othersalcsa meuct'd Book Binding in this city, j in the store now:' tons, or to any of his authorized agents. For sale at'his Counting loom, over No. b"if. fe re

appointment, by E.B.PERKINS (4O 2) March 23d 1833. 33tf occupied by James S. Lynn Esii. All orders'for bind The above medicine gold jby special appointment of : street, near Concert Han, Boston aDd also (/ :)
J' lu5Kut. ing will be executed with neatness and despatch. Olct the patentee and warranted genuine. cial' appointment E. B. PERKINS. l.c. ,
N. B. Instruments l.
1 of
lJru.gt
writing executed with
neatness books re-bound
I
f' to
pattern required. PERKINS.
.j Teli&h&srae, Febre&rj 18. i3 and any E. B. DRUGGIST.

J despatch by BJACKLEY._ I Tallahassee, March 7lh 30-tft- I'I Tallahassee January'1st, 1631. Tallahassee Feb. S2J. 1S3:. 3Jf 11 I

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