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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: September 5, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ATTORNEY AT LAW. THE ish the power and ,influence oltne: Sou ;h and

n. O:1icc st t his rcsideflgLabiec "r LOB. West, and it ends by at religious cruside a. 4- .

; \brch 7 1835.: 3Of gainst (their rights and sovereignty h i U'a"" '
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, jSX IUEL/B. STEPHENS fire which cannot be burnt out, and i. seircety .

Attorney/ at Law. : smothered; now stirred up by roligloi; (o* "

r elicited 1 himself in Quincy, Gadsden Conn- "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." morrow agitated by politics. Will this vexed '

nr, and will practice in the Court of Apsupcror -- Ie question ever be put at rest? Will the Mouth ._:
;jthc Courts Gadsden, Leon and m\t 'mQ WJlILbKOitQ which baa made '
< .A1LrL.W "SnB so many patriotic efforts to
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. ". gf 21lycnr.ijAMES : : I Go sustain the liberties of our country in trying '
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T/LLAHASSEE JOCKY CLUB RACES.ANNLAL S.- -. times be ever permitted tranquilly toieposo ; .;

. M. SCOTT, t Doct. Richard Blount 1.P
ATTORNEY .IT LAW.iVlXG tenders his professional services to South is united in one cardinal point vis "
1 located himself Monticello, JcfiVrvmCoun'y' : the citizens of St. Marks, and the : voting l .{
;--j for one of her candidates
, Florida, tenders his professional ser-: r surrounding county. He may always !- STANZAS. own for ths presidency t j

t *"" the Citizens of f the Territory generally. lie be found at his office when not professionally? Dead!-dend!_ h no! in mercy say not c1cadi! i ; sustaining their,own rights, and hav ,ii .

\ r.r'to the C orts of the Counties of Leon, engaged.St Or chare* the word with! log a firm and tried friend and advo te teo't : ;'
i pr1t lAnd Ciad'icn, and the Courts Thomas! Marks, 21ih July. |1A. 5. 50tf. Her hhtning-come despairl wield the colossal 1 and all
'(teTon< Gcor ilie: olso tenders his services marble cheek proclaims her spirit fled,- absorbing pot/er of .
r, LOIfr.Js r nsin wanting *
. :,, wpunctuality and attention. OlTicc in [on-I I ."- -.-_ will! act as my Agent: and Attorney alica and immediate abolitiomita, droad so ':
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t'; during me not of patience much this. *-
I I my absence to Alabama. -can it burst as Give them the President

:::per.20 tb. (19.tf-_. -_._ I I 1 1II I meeting for 1835, will commence on Mny 30 JOHN BLOCKER. The links of memory or the life restore? allow them their man nurth of the o'oroac nay,, .vUI1U <_c
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December 42-tf
.J. A. D A JI S IJth, and continue o day?. Or realize the hope my soul has nursed? and they proceed to their i -
0 II N .I/1? D.\y--A SwcqvStakrs for 3 year old Colts and W You gird up loins an ' (.1TTOR.\F .IT !.*',) frillirn.3 mile l1fats-subscription$3OOforfcit $100 ANTtED.-'f\voyoung answer no-then strive to soothe no more. pare for the flight. What hope-what pros I'
i mow'' from duincy to A pnlchll'tlhBay'. To close 30th Sept. and name thc before Ladies who arc desirous be taught I Can this peet-what
i I O ivillre IIIr1vttc.nd the Courts held at the by 4 o'clock, 1'. M. Mantuamaking busincs. For trace
Ii lie 2d fuithcr particulars apply at this Office. The soul that dancM like sunbeams anticipate with a southern President, who
M.irKinna nil the annual
-ilmncyand ; \ l term DayPostStakc? free for Horse Mare on her broiv; \
'!.he,'Cnrt: of Appeals at Tallahassee.} Letters ad- or, Gelding :in the United States, 4 any mile heats.: Subscription August M 52-3w But all is dark along that frozen face unites the confidence and wields the constitu
;
: jlm. post paid, "vU b. attended Lo.'r&rulry'1lh ) S-.WO:; -forft-it $100. To close 30th Septem LAST TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. 0 misery,-misery where is LU.CIA tional power of the Southern States And .

: '' 1 __ her, and name the day before the Race by 4 o'clock, I N pursuance: of law, I shall attend at the following J knew now? yet, when bythis, one just and indispei sible

--- 1f531'V. r. M. places for tbc purpos-e of collecting the Terntoritorial I loved you, LCCIA? but before union, the stormy billowsmay be hushed and .
-. 3JDay--Joclcy Club Purse $300,2 mile heals and County Taxes for the y<*r 183:. I never felt the mm-pr that.. TWI inml:_ ) t
. SWELL [ I -- -- HU. ... L,, safety and.. m .n*' ..A..T.v. ,..TA. *1 A,.._. __- L._ j'
I 1 Entrance -
$2.5. At the house of John Kindrick{, onJb"tday the 21st knew 'twas K"I ---oJ I--- 'UQ unUD UtilIJIlI' .
, TORSIr; r LIJV AP.JL.iCII'a.I. F1i. 4th Dav-Jockey Club Pnrsn $(ROO, 3 mile heats- of August. ., I But wedded to my spirit's core, l lets of the South-professioHal 1 politician i ani t -

. tti ttCflJ tnbusm'"> .confided 'o him with industvJI Entrance $5Q. At the house of Win Roberts. OP jat'trday the never felt how deeply till you died. party hacks declare that the danger is remote;
I. 1 lIt' 5th Day-Proprietor's Purse $300, 1 mile heats 22d of August. Desist that
1Ictlt'\liW. j(4'- tl"f ( ye slaves! 'twere they may elect
treason northern
) !p 3 h<'st in 5--Enlranrl' $2f At the house of John Ha\is the 21th to your race, a candidate, and
. I I; (t .iius :.td JAS D.1..''r- i Monday he nil! sustain southern
. 'R'Ifrfl It'- I ;r .rSuhsciiptionsto: either of the above Stakes, of Augt1st.'t o heap corruption on her form( of bhtom; rights. I. t

fOTT<)-Jr..-Esquires.- '_ __ MII: I be made by litter addressed to the Proprietor at [ ] 'he grave may suit the sinful and the base; This course. of the Richmond Enquirer com .
TIC E.;
:N u into I Tall.ili2..ssu; :, a'i v time I J'Hore; the 30th September next Tuesday the 25th of Au nst. A bower were fitter for LUCIA'S tomb. need in deception, and pursued tbroigh .
; Copaifnorshipliis
l'axcntfu'd my
1iF uWu '< r : TIlo. BROWN. Scc'ry & Proprietor. At the house of Bcnj. W. Cause on Wednesday l labyrinth
. i_ ilty under; 111"! :Si"11 l)1". Miller. A' 'iincm. !: Jnly 2.1111. 1H35. ..att..3lithlle ) the 26th August.At [Parlour J\laazine.\ efdangor, shews how principl ca,
tLC Cdm"lIl' I.n k. ti\ra; (' HuS1' ::: be sacrificed to and
. :>: will utttnJ : the house of John mockers, on Thursday 27thAugust. ---' -- expediency, common sat(&
. .. ':, h"'Y.. C \tlI.J.t H. !1- triCI-LcOl Superior Court. A MOTHER'S LOVE. ty to political triumph. f
J..V1'1'1"1: John'T.Johns..nf. ) ) At the Tavern of Mr. .
Thompson [Magnolia] on
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The
\ "Happy is he who knows Albany which
r.dlrtll' v ( ATTACHMENT. Friday 28th AUgl1 t. mother's love. Argus, a paper tas no

M::4',-.s.Hii lmivT.tviiv--iI 1 'st..n, Sh.idrarkAtkinson' j At the house of Thomas Harvey, [tSt. Marks] or WHAT is so PURE? The patriot expects sympathies for the country, beyond the election _

Mr W 1:1. \-\(, anCm. TatL\-, i 1 HE Defendant and all others interested, arc hereby Saturday 29th August.At fame, the friend sympathy, and the lover ) I outs favoiite to the presidency, derlareg' .
.Ia'. (_1.1' '1.,.1'1':, r.niitiotl that the above stated ease has been inslitute.l tho store of N. \\\Valkcr, [Shell Point] on ure. Even pea that the opinion of Mr.
Van
'I 1'a.rs. CO' III1 itrj'( 1 P4 1,1' Mit.-itl I I 1 !, tha.. Afachmcnt has been issued and that they Monday the 31st August. religion, while she waterier faith Buren has been

t 'h. .I. T 111\0' it it, I '1:._ .J.jm __. I,' aic hereby required' to appear and j.lond to the declaration At the store of R. J. Hackley [Tallahassee] Wednesday with tears, looks forward to the best of her labors uudisgiiisedly against any interference wi i h the ;
-- -- NOTICE.r accoi ding to the statute in such case made 2d September.A and her love. But maternal affccti slave question; a d his iews on this import

aud provided. punctual attendance is requested aslongcr indulgence springs from the breast I, ant subject, are corroborated the declarations .
I the by
>?* 1'1 i U.- 1' 'ht' Cniny: four' of Leon County, j\'lut! I 1. 51.tf 1 shall cannot attend gi"en.from 10 o'clock 3 of |
'.: I.<"i.-i-) .Administration! 011 the Estate of Duii.111 Marshal's Sule. oach day. A.1. to P.M. I j!>i I Its objt'cts are tho weak and.woeful. It haunt? and Mr. Wright. Let us suppose this all true; i

.. M 1 Fh'TMJM.de'J- J. II RANDOLPH. A. A. FISHER. Tax Cu!. :: 'the cradle infantile pain, or hovers near the l let us believe that he has no disposition lo eo
\ irtuc of writ of Firri Faci to deli- Ii
a <: me
iL- '17- f By ,'il, I shall expose at public s-de, before the __Augusts 52-td j hX I couch of the faint and forsaken. It sweetest courage a discussion of this exciting subject.

.VOTIUE.PROPOSALS door of the Couit HOU.-.C in the City of T.\lIaha'Sf.c! N I months after date, application will be made to I; smites bieak through the clouds misfortune, \lr. Van Buren, it is known, is a man ol expe .

) will bo received for rai.il1r ii- 011>i the first Sulurday in September next, all the right, .he honorable the Judge of the County Court t fit I'\! :nnd its gentlest tones arise, and the sighs of dients and ahv title, claim, and illtel est .f Thomas \1. Uradfurd, in the county of Gadsden, for Letters of Pi.sniis.sory on suits his
I immediate .
Tiii.lx-r! \\ hich was \\hro\\ into the J Mifiwring and of sorrow. Ir i Is a limpid and interest. He is kn wn to
1 and the the of John P. Nealcs late Gadsden
: to following described Lou, 'o wit :-Lots estate county,
Uivct >! M.iil>-> "inc, /. years ajo: to present: se'zurc ofU N o. 29, 30 and 17C, I lying and being in the North Ad- dcc'd. W. D. HARRISON, Atii.iY. I lovely flow of feeling which gushes from the have entertained a plurality of opiuions )D ev' ,
: \-' s1. 1 trin-pirun: ) ;: it. j I drinn l the of rallahassre Q.uin June 1st Ib35. 4: .61U f fountain head of ery vital question that has the
:;:- ? \ppy! .It tilt' office e.4 T.tItdrs'.i'e.--JuflCC'ch.l -I3tfrVIli : I peity of said Br. : __ _
I of Charles Pindar. Sale will
viiir take place ithin 4 :x be and the waa; against: the tanfT and in J
!>Iil'
tlUlil' 'rpti-niljer 11I'xt11(1, hen \\ty' npuoints I I KSTON RANDOLPH hal, R.I the lion. the Judge of the County Court of I i WHAT 13 so FIRM? Time and misfortune, tariff; against extending the right suffrage'! ',:

.'t1'U.Alston .u d .\rtliurIaci n,or riilu r of them 1 1'II'S 15y A. A. risHKR, Dcp. Marshal. Jackson County, for Letters of Dismission on the I penury and persecution, hatred and infamy, and in favor of that measure; for the ba ik and .. :j
Estate of decii.II.
Andrew G.
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\:::, : :Attoiticv's ill:. (' i1tirur hi ; ahM'Hthl (, _Tal1.lh.\-.ec._ lllh July 1835. -Idld Mays, may roll their dark wave against the bank; violently hostile to Jackson/
HOLMES, Adm'r. successively over it
.tb J-i. 3Mf: "I'l 1. jti' (JUENOTICE. l ::. ;
:
-- : NOTICE1f .August 22 2-fmi and still it smiles unchanged; or the more potent and aj violently his advocate and sup 'or er.'

h*:reby jriven, tInt the Books, for receiving Sub- --- LiXECUI uIt'3 NUTICE.S t allurements fortune, opulence and pride Can the South for a moment believe that the- j
tL T :}I' nrxt Jnmury! T TUI of Gadsden County : II. ('fiItilll'i" to the Capital Stock of the Southern IX months after date I shall present my accounts and same fickleness and '.
?' 'uurT, the uiulrsi I iH-d, lixccutors of the last Lifts In-'uraiicv and Tru't Company," will be opened urd vonchcis for final settlement, and apply to j power splendor, may woo her; and jet she chango ofopitiioi may :

WJ and! Ti'-uim i.t of C,,! Owen' Filly.ixv, deed.,. nt the or1 i-(: of Thomas Douglas, Esq. in the City of the Hon. Judge of the County Court of Leon Co.for I'j unmoved! a mother "loves and loves forever!" not extend itself to the sl.ivc quostioi? la .

r.:.! "rt"tfini tljt if irryuiits and voucln rs for s<'ttlinlrti-.
.;:a'J;J utt'', aud! ;ill..Itl\ !I. ,1i i dl.lr.J; tin iclrom. lit 10 o'dotk] ald'i 1 he left from time to time ,lan
open of John K. Campbell, deed. age, "through good report and through so fluctuating, and admitted to beso self-
15.: MKACIIAM, ) by udj'iurmnuit. until the whole of the Stock shall 1 ev
Ex'rs. bo FRANCIS TPPES, Ex'r.August .3h us Mr. Van BurenJ .
report, tho dews of maternal
'V. [). II.\1MIHON.J I Mtbscribod not exceeding thirty days. 22 2-Gm affection atiiied t
G.i'-ifnCo.' ) Jam- ."i -41Ciii.NOTICE.. LOT CLARK, upon the soul. Whon hpa:t-strickeul'J( : What has ho ever done for the Soutii., ihithould ;
ROBERT RAYMOND REID. S WEEKS after date, I shall auply to tHe flo- and abandoned when I )lock him in its
: 1 THOMAS norable the County Court of Leon County, for ; branded by shame and confidence ancf iffecuousj ;

AT :i.e next Jainury! Term (sf Gidsdcn County June 3d i, I3j.:! 45-IOw DOUGLAS, I Letters Administration on the Estate WILLIAM followed by scorn, tier arms are still open; her ? Has he ever, on thy floor of th Stln- : ..
Commissioners.NOTICE. .
i ;"m. Cum, the undersigned Adniiuistrutor. of I he ''8i SMITH, late of said County, deceased. h breast is still kind. Through every trial. that f .tte, been, the open, ur.resorved and avowed i' .
:
: :.texfC'lMrV-Matinimr, LiI'C'J will his Aeiiniit A. R. S. HUNTER.
i pifacnt
Jefendtr
love will follow cheer : and of .
S. ai.J VouoJitrs fur it tit lfl'ht wihlIJ t.state, IX w..tks after date, I hall apply to the flonoraid Aunst2-2 2-Gw us in misfortune, support [ supporter -Sonth-South. I
'
'(H J'rny: lu bcvliM-lmr,:. J flt.-n I fri nu. ) I. the County Cow 01' Leon County, for Let ___'< IX us in disease, smooth the ntflnw of pain, : ern intel est-\t aLI Southern doctrines Not
weeks alter date application will[ be nrjde to I
J.NO.v.. MALOM:, A lll'f. j ters of\llllul.! ,tr .1I1.t. tK Prt.... .,f Tons T. JOHNSON KJ3| the Honorable the Judge of the County Court und moisten the bed of death. I to OUt knowledge.Thi .

luy. 1 ; y't--' I HJi H-Gti --_.-- lace of stud County. debased. of t Jackson L-OUIUJ r.. Lu---. "f Arimmtctqiiion on Happy is he who knows a mother's love. first great of this Slav
NOTICI:. CATHARINE JOHNSON. the Cstate of Richard L. Watson, Ute of said county agitator i question '

SIX wr oKs after el! uc, I will apply to the J, It ljo of August 1 51-Cm deed. SAM'L. L. SULO. ION. THE LOVELINESS \\'oM.\N.-lt is not the : I of the, was federal the reipectable and venerable, head
part) Mi. It.j.'us Kk...
County Couit of J elir'olltllty: 1 irLt"T'.if DOCTOR J. 1IUNPLItFFERS I I August 1 j_1-Gw___ smiles ofa pretty f face, nor the tint of thy complexion I the first who ? .
Adiiiinisti-.itii.n un ,uall the "Jut..i and CluiTt! his Professional services to the citizens JlX weeks after date application will be inr.dc by I the and was raised the torch oo th IMis ', ,.,
nor
beauty ot
'. \llidisand: Crei'its' which \\"-nA' t 1.( I -t.it.! of I! O of Leon county, generally lie has located the undcrsisnct' to the Probate Couit; for Letters symmetry thv ouri question, not from selfish or ambitious '

:I.''slW,ks, tlc-M! : tiniiiiiiiniiti'ii'd! toy Ilarri.-! 1 hums '!If on the Meridian road, six mild North ot 1 : ol Adniinistialiou on the Estate ol Dr. {fI.,):. J. person, nor yet the costly lohes and decorations motives, we cheerfully admit, but fron mis ,

3. lir\'. de.(' eJ, late Aduiini-T.i: "r Ojf ilnjc--' -tof t !j I 'L tillal.asste: where he may be found when not Fro Srowdcn, .cd. EDWD. SEIXAS. that compose thy artificial beaut) ; no, taken zeal, or an honest desire

&'*;*< J\MIS:: ft niio<(KS. t'SMonally engaged. August___ 2-3 w._ nor that enchanting glance, which thou dartestith t I Sla\! in the tojrevent
Slates. It "
\L 'kc Mlxv.21.1' :JU\.lo'J5.t 5t.iW) I T'dlal.a"I'e'Julic(! I iSth, 1835 43-1 Ow NOTICE.ALL \\0 such lustre ery new was a anger- .
on the man thou deomest L \
then and
ous
topic doubly so now. The .
- NOTiCE j NOTICE.IX persons having any claims or demands a worthy of thy affections. It is thy pleasing whole South
4 T tic! next Ja:;:.1.\I'Y Tcnn of Gadsden County weeks aft -r date, we shall apply to the County the Estate of JOHN- T. JOHNSON, dccc.i;. deportment chaste was united against agitating on
.t r i 'I't. il>..' und -l'ii nl-t Ad-ninistratcr of the Court of JclT< iscni county, for Ltte of Admin I ed, arc hereby notified to present their claims duly .. ; thy conversation; thy sen- that question, and Mr. Van Buren, notwithstanding _' .

!U,'* .,1' 'iciij l 'unm rL-ipll: | d.-c'd. will ,i.nsent l.S-j i Utratioi on the estate of Thomas C ioksoy, deceased, authenticated within the time required by law; and all; Muility, and the purity ef thy thoughts; thy affable those prejudices, not wtthaandiog I .

our.tsa'id, Vuurlu-rhfiirsotilemrnt with said esi; 1 i Lite of sid omnty. THOP. P. l lANl OLPH, those indebted to siid Estate, are reijncotrd to make and open disposition; thy sympathising- Mr. King's unshriuking and consistent federalism t
J1*1 and pray: to bo divhargcd th.-rcfrnm. FET AH CUOKSKV.Montirtllo i immediate payment Patrick Kcrr, my duly author. with those in adversity comforting the afflict .
took
W. FL\KE, Ailm'r.KIRKPATKICK JcfTcignn Co. ll'.h Ji'ly) Jef5: jDf.NOTICE. $cd attorney in fact, or toCATHERINE cil relieving the distressed great and special pjfins to advance : 1"
; and above al)
.' 11" ;l'eJlIn( 17. ,1S3! 4j-6m. JOHNSON, ; 1 him over the heads of every old demo ',

Administratrix of John T. Johnson llec ca&(J. that humility of soulr) that unfeigned and per. I crat. and secure to him a seat in the 3enate. '
I :
1 IX months after dale I shall submit my accounts August ih! 2.GwFresh fl-ct regard of the precepts of Christianity. IVi, I
.m.I \'Ol' Ilf'rti as Adinmi&tratux Ilf the Estate of have now op"n before us a lettei in Mr.

A Beautiful iU-ep red sorrel, now ri- ll'-nry 15. JFitt In;' luur years old, 1 15 hands }big", and ijorned! but with those of and .
Court of Leon County, and apply for a di-char (. nature simplicity,
we make the
II. are
L1NDENBERGER received ptrtr.ittcd 13
Mrm has following ex
i.ijli
/ health
and xi i i''r will d theMfTn. f
*rai GEORGE .
ELIZA A. BRUCE they will
Adiiu'x.July shine like
) ) .'") "t (.Ltiincy' (.'iSut'Jl I county t Florida 1 arrivals, and otters for sale low tbr tho refulgent sun, and disjhiy tract- .

: icownt. Dccatur coiintv, Gco-, at Talla- -.IPih i""..I 1635.IJMJin"'-_.-.;. -.--..-.--..--_ -- cash 'I[ to man that the )loveliness of thy person
.*"w.. I'M' Ida, and trill .on 1-t lo .M.irrs at *7 tl),<- sill.r NO'I'ICE.T 18,000 Ibs. Bacon, assorted, i ihs not to be found in the tinsel ornaments ot; "I should regret to find any flngginj:; on the,?

'15on.CltIII) S i P ( tl I seawn;, 1.I' fui(1; 1 'lt an'-J.' time within t I h I'. the' ncx January Term of Gadulcn County: 2,000 Ibs. best Loaf New Orleans Sugar, the body, but in the rectitude and serenity of subject of Mr. King. We are fomlrJ.tlelto.; ,
Ld11Ure' .Il f !IMItI| alt r the ason rxnirvs, and S'2 i) Cuurt, the undersigned Administrator and Ad- 300 do. d IM. well life that above his support. It is both wise und] hoi est, and<
the
.. a j aictu, Lo in foal I, x.hich 1 I will become due |, tnim.stratrix &,f the estate of Francis A. Cash, drc'd, 40 bh. super fine Flour, spent oars transient wo must have in t
; :b"' .1 mati, !.V'nu'' ts crtaiucd to he in fiJal, or I l late of said; county, will present their Vouchers and 5 do. Molasses, vanities of this world. And whea thy days nf. fluttering ourcou, Ml. '
'.'("ClI' \1" .-A1'10 1 25c"i'I)<* By(.m, to I be nuid Account N for settlement with said estate, and pray to 10 do. Rum, ended here upou earth. thy happy spirit shall i King's views towards us are honor; hie ard

r c'rtd'. aL-Srt" as the seriec is i n'l1dcrl'tl.t'lgrrtKnkjlIrirk be dischaigcd therefrom.HAIIRIET. 10 do. Whiskey, }be wafted to the regions eternal bliss. correct. The Missouri question eorceals so

r.i was ,"siud hy Monsieur A. JARRETT, Adm'x. 30 Kegs Lard, far as he is concerned, no plot, and we shall- .
flifleofth* t<*l-br.ittd hordes iu the State ISAAC JARROTT.Adm'r.Ciuincy 20 Bags Coffee, :
t \W give it a 1' ue direction. You know vhat tho
: .j.I\- 20 Baskets Champaign Wine i From the New York Evening Star.
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"ble"r T"""" was by the Pacok-t I, July I 15, 1835. 5 -jms
tU"and.e U} the imported h'II''iC (iti7.C'I1, he Iy Parolef? ,il f _ 2 Casks Sperm Oil, &.c. c. THE SLAVE QUESTION: feelings and views of our friends wee whew

"S dam i/l.by/: Blank alII'' IJY ( lIldolplll n, A l'a.hi.\11, Jackson Superior Court. Tallahassee 22d August, 2-tf ITS INFLUENCE ON THE HEXT PRESIDENCY. I saw you; and you know what we t'len' con-
Gallant, lie by GIlatiti li allal1l1 L rl I IIl'dj NttthaniclS. Griswold ) N. B. The subscriber returns his sincere acknowledgements eluded to do. My "considerations fcc. his
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'lted. 'Iefl.rd, .(. =., his grandall1 by Gn'y and Horace L. Sill, I Ivs. for the very extensive i patronage I he has The administration papers at the South, leon ::1 .

:y Jle[), mport-I O c.tr, mljlortlt PeirI1Qt1gl1t, dJl I t j received, and pledges himself that nothing on his part, by the Richmond Enquirer, are deceivingtheir Pamphlet) and the aspect of the Aigus will : -c

'y "h'a.. got hy Uiomcd, 2d by Shark, 3d Samuel Stowcrs. f jsball be wanting to please the people in general. I friends upon a very delicate and dangerous show you that__we have entered on''die work] ,.

; .S'lhi,41h by Lath 5th by Fearnou ht, Cth by .T.\-I I Q :\\1 U EL STOWER3, and all other persons O. -TI-_, L.-. question-delicate 'in its domestic relations ) in earne t.Ye cannot therefore )lo )k back. J l. .
\VlAitLlugton, ; interested arc hereby notified that a petition -
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u ( Slh by J allU Tom Tough} Land For S le. Let us not therefore bave r .
gutt by imjiurtcd I was this day filed by Nathaniel S. Griswold und II. a and dangerous to the rights and happiness any halting. r
of Cut
lietp dlJ Escape, out lloomo's ,
Gtn'SOf Pairy., she by old imported Bedford, out (I? L. Sill to foreclose a Mortgage! given by said Stowers THE subscriber desirous of leaving Decatur coun I of the Southern or slave holding' states. will put my head on its prosperity." ,
.S\Io*>d s to one Wm. Brooks, on the :3d of January 1833, and Get., offers I for sale his beautiful situationand I Can J
imported Mambiina. after this
Those The doubt that
Eureio whoa game they are pursuing is to induce the any man Mr. Van-
see n more detailed by him assigned to said Griswold and Sill, on the IGlh tract of land on the northern stage road, one I 1.
: d pc an'cs, {Monsieur Finsinj account of his pedigree of January, Id35 ; the mortgage is on the folio,mg mile from the town of Chattahoochce, consisting of South to vote for their Northern candidate for Buren is a man of expedients I: is true, ;

Sjulccr J orE Itglstcl I Janu\ry: No.] arc 1S3.referred to \ property, viz: Lots No. 81 and 82, 77 and 80, known 250 acres, 35 of which are in cultivation, the remainder the Presidency, and having secured that object, that tho abolitionists do not say op nly, Mr. '

t lCtl QS1"u :USOIS! wits have sold afveryhifrh and designntcd as such on the Map or Plan: ot MarLanna .lies well, timbered chiefly by oak and magnolia, t{ them of more importance than Southern Van Buren is our man; but they tak him, as 1
lti.
;; : "w llieifinproreincnt.' he and County of Jackson. with some few pine. Mosquitto Creek passing nearly : Mr. Rttchie declared he took Gen. ,
having had last will then Jackson
.1llmore rights recommend
Winners than G- S. HAWKINS, Att'y. fur through the centre of the tract affords an excellent 1 they vigorou ..
.1Icr.ca the get of any other horse in August e I 52-laf4m Griswold 4- Silt. mill site, convenient to timber both for l-uilding and I measures and bold menaces towards the incendiaries. as "alternative, not a choice." All tiat thes 4
fl, 111m i-\\1C List cvidcnce. however, of my opinion feel the incendiaries ask is "do .
..1 I.IIQrlc I Paid last November ten thousand NOTICE. sawing. They immense importance not give us a President ,;
or aUI.' The buildings, dwelling house, kitchen,crib, rceat- and of in from the Southern slav .hol '
Chcsterfipld Va.Pth) Feb. 1831. delicacy position which the or lng .
& N Election for the Officers and Directors of the Chi- housc, 4C., arc all in good order, and convenient to .
The geat grand, \V. R. JO4NSON..o0n ..dl..pola ami St Andrew's Bay Canal Company, will water. slave holding states( are now situated, but having States, and we care not who is the rr an.. i.: ;

r iC.1. 11 .IJw'iGrccn'm 4 l, [ Va. the of
at price onna, Jackson on the first of November Arsenal this farm will afford
Iorted and LiS? cult and i is dobccnded from liis im- next,-of which county, the Stockholders dn.r take notice.A facilities Apalachicola as any other,tract of land containing as no many more Uuren the successor Jackson, they endeavored deceived by their own men, who ar* secretlycommitted :.

tiak seen that l'aiirov| (:li stick of horses. Thus it further payment of five per cent. on each Share acres. It has en it two excellent springs, and for to smother the embers, and tread down to the fortunes of Van Bu ren. Let '.

:'rCfI,htl the i( Kukpltt1ck m"s*. combinc-H in nn eminentc is required to be made on or before that day. health, will rival any place in the neighborhood. At- the rising sparks commotion, until their unhallowed them look over the whole Union' J aid see'a .

rick{land and .\mcnc31zThc ppro\'cd stocks and of horses in By order of the Board of Directors.D. tached to the farm, there are about 30 head of stock object is accomplished. We bave state of things unparalleled in the lis tory of

Medley Diomed W. HORNE, Secretary. cattle, and the same number of stock hogs, which will already spoken of the miserable fanatics nbw
Gads J AS. H- T- TLOIUMER. our country. Abolitionists and thE ir
< en Co. Pi 10. July 22d, 1835. 5Q2msMerchant_ be sold with it, or separate, to suit the purchaser.The secret .*
11 -Aml253 agitating the slave question. \\ abhor their *
e
c.: 37tf agents at work in the North and South the' .
rCef of corn [probably 500 bushels] ,- -
of I crop potatoes,
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"A* : lcfu7fom Col. Fort,of IY. Florida: Tailor, peas, cane, &c., will also disposed of in like manner. principles, and despise their efforts. We consider i Constitution set at defiance-the laws violated 1 '

';;nion Cfhirns.Klrkp\tllck, I have entertained a high Three doors'north of the Planters Hotel. The above property will be sold low for cash, or if them utterly insignificant in point of r ) ,-common honesty disregarde i,-mobs" :

tCtt the speed of' him l beason on short training, to J J. BUlGE, respe..fully informs the public that indulgence be required the purchaser can be accommodated numbers; but we of the north;' not threatened hitherto v '
ruling land
our and
foreign
.'" and Marion, colt he has received of peaceable a -
; tried on a i tti'u rutman'S they just a general supply goods by applying on the premises toEPHRAIM
?*ru' one, pUS I f l-wo mile, whep Kirk was too suitable to every branch of his profession, consisting I RIG DON. i by immediate danger from slaves, and not : power exercising controlling influence '
aj
_ ..,'!?Ut the kuVamcd himsclf well), coming out in part of Blue, Black, Mixed, Green, Invisible Green, Decatur co. Gco. Aug. 8 52-3w i perhaps closely Watching the ftinatics, may in (tour government.-.Are" the Sta'es! south ,

&rion bad the Space between as they startcdLX Drake neck Green, and Brown Broadcloths, striped underrate that danger, ard diminish their and west of the Po mac prepared ta
r "Klrk TEN DOLLARS REWARD. carryout
Ve7to hS WILl then turned out and Drabs, Lavender and Tea coloured Casimeres, Vest-
*** day rT J.J.n exercise but walked to water ings, frc. All of which will be made to order. Ladies J' ANA WAY on the 8th inst. a Negro strength. It is, for the South to be on the and perpetuate under ]Mr. Van IJiiren, the ,
i
1t44e ll run t. rough, when there was a match riding dresses and cloaks made in the most fashionable R Man by the name of DICK, about 50 alert-to guard against traitors in their own 'outrages which'we suffer under Gen. Jackson? '

j h beat agalDst J. Bullock' Sluy, dash of: a style.In v years of age, common size, slender built.k' .- camp; to watcb incendiary publications; to Let the South awake before it is too late. We
LWl; I,'nTool her with the utmott east, under presenting himself to the public he simply states k''Dick has a remarkable spot of white hair on consider that bad cause'from a combination tell them1! so.Ye their uniform and -' '
!'iii tSTtin trainiD him thela& eac In that no work shall leave hi shop without tne entire the top of his bead, about the size of a dollar. : unwavering
SS&r i which I iupposed "ouli; ,satisfaction of the owner, and warrants his cutting i The said Negro was formerly the property of clrcumst.inces/raay' increase in strength' ; frIend. And if they wish, 'it) preserve

lrd medical nearly twelve i hours in spite all atten8lw I equal to Philadelphia or New York. He will use p ofLittleberry Jones, and it is supposed be guard their cbniritutlonal rights, and .otct the.uBion; of' the States, let them take the

i no order" tanca And I know when he every enduavor to please every one that patronises iseuKerat Quincy or Blountstownon the AO'pl ach- their. homes and fireside'. .wogt' certain means of accompli thing;that
S?; 'lid Ft: : and w" hW in >7 the rid er. I him, and as he is a permanent resident of Tallahassee icola. The above reward will be paid on ms being The agitation of tho ilavo is : '
question not.a
ty I and "
run on : great object} bf uniting $$ n r FORT!NOtHER
heuy little
course delivered the Ock.
to
over h identified solely with its interest ho aaks the support -: confined in any jail, me, on
aJptr KSSr1.sec. The colt I have I new topic; It began with, politicians; it eqda .
of Kirk's get of the people. locknoy. ASA MUNSOtf.August :: OWN CANDIDATE FOR ,TI* Pn' '

hasJine foim, large aDd likel'i." March I 31-tf K -:! with fanatics. Tbe torch wu raised to dirnia- D& cr.

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r -- !tiU wooden famcs. Th.re i is nv.r b"w rer t My izscJuteooject tLo; Seeing tu o&ia\ Ti- ..
; .-fiym,Ihe A" F. Eeenuf SUr.I I.r J[I 10 1 i It i is nbt my wish or aim bowersr, rto impupn 'I] '- .
awakened demand for brck.granite,1''a mitten ion of ; .these
a great j espres your piton en the -motives ofjhe. Editor of thai Jour- ITEMS.The .
j : LORID.Xo. vm. and stone indicating a vast p' subject is, J&211 may communicate; it to a dUtin I
M > : qua rray improrc- ;, nal, who, no doubt, acted from correct feel Ir.'en1ult of
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r Of-the Clues and Towns of Florida those ment in social comforts.. guislieJ friend of mine in Georgia, Tim shares in CharVston. S. rancof ita
I i! sohcituJr! in an-1 him m in2 concluding every circumstance tending rev.Jutinr.: of the' CmC '1
i my relation thereto, through I II '
-p--b claim tire fir the I '
*t notice, as mot a shall conclude with a few remarks "red a reward of ?J
tj upon :i I to the public at large J arn, dear sir, vriu great 1 to cast light on thai strange affair, mould b<- oret tknuand'<&&?r.
1. tient, are Pcnsacola and St. AuzviMine; the the present and contemplated improvements (t' rrtawun and cmjf ictv-n of n .
'respect: and esteem, .vour obedient **' '. interesting i to his rE'ad(I sand the public. any 'It'.rJ
: ) t only places silbeu.d %by the SpiniarHs at the in this sectHn. First i is the rail road between !I t I I .JOilN BOLTOX.j The pirates who died and the facts of into. that ct: any u far;. .3"r o : S5

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Ie i 4 in inriort:1tce; now. by iea>on (>f the very un ecu? Second, two steamboat companies have ,i j i .lIr. fJ j 'Il t' urrer !0n or to d rtu-b .Cl'r
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both joined NEW YORK 17th. : ihe !
t interesting bark to arTmdinz not in order- May
to 4or.t5IiC
4 country : .
transport pissorigers by a letter and kept a grog shop. tie was taciturn and !O.f 1 ur!fer! of 1 larrnrr.uou, q 1t t
t r; ; the least indficeinent to enterprise of any kind. speedy and cheap fruw New I i i My dear sir-I have nr.eI.t'l1'Ul.r of las: or ln 3n\
l conveyance silent l in hi* disposition. He for some time n nr. rr. Wff'Tt.er! 11.t..Iorallv

; |j E "Th! inhzbitauts are now reduced to about York: to New Orleauvia Jack onville, for 'i''powers jcvcniag!! ,of rrquesiiuj Congress; me on lo the state subject my elision',>f slaves of and ihe I t I before his death grew gradu Inv more intem1 lat-rd t.. m'erff-r- h ti-eT osf or *rtj-erft, ,._' ta,

"i 1300 in each of which the in Pen. the 1 iosrut;:
.1 majority completion of which object a mi road i is i
.. wi h o'eirn He often of .
Vivrry: and of the pitstcnce of any < or peratc. spoke ; bci : .1 ulor. of fcftftr -lly-i1u"ift"7.\f-pt
flacol are 1&U French and Spanl b. PcnI to be cut from Jacksonville to a fort on th*> the tolnterfere with nau.t".i .J3b !(
J.I
I : m part northern men; : having been much at sea, or a- t.e ph. '1'" r". 3. r -.t'Ja '.T U'

I \ wacola is. however, of importance a< a naval Culph i ear Vacissar Ray. A third i is a contemplated -.. the security or rfj'jiation! uf thai ?.ecics of l pro : goes, of having *'.scr.n mu<*h -(-vic.-.** I life 1. VJt kw n-rr .' qT. :.. "fd h.r.U t".Jf'.1ndl! "

j t'.J'I.n, for wh.--h it i ii well adapted and has road from P-ensacoH to Columbus perly.My. d'''. fH. ,.,,,'',rU-I.' h't'. a .f'r.,
$ H 3' "
sick and confined fur .
was sometrnf. .t
; ] its Fort Baranciisu Augustine ha; also in Georgia, but it is vtry doubtfuV whether : s'"ntyr.er.t M.! tf is.oVc: ,, rrr. dear sir; l.ave Hi brain ft.. ....... o' .ft... r co.-..'. .' 3' .: ...',. .j.r.',tt.rV'.,
disorderedand hi
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appeared ? imn'i .it "
; ii t iti t fortress and is !iill celebrated as a resort this can be accompli! >hed. A more fca-ibb- been otienpub.tciy.jre =<-d; bin 1 can nave no S3ya: cor-.r&-. f.:- ts. P. C.I'-.." d: ,
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., times haunted: by imprc iorv. I lit-' \V1ji
t { for lav- hds, from all p trtg of the U. S.; but : one, aI'houh distant, i i.s a rail road from Jack- t.jtcuun It) repeat :otclarati-Ks-): of men, it itt1iiiugt strange Tc-.p -rf- tf'-'t rf C, :.
his death bed confes-ed
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too on to a wurt --sr--.
: by y.vi ihrusich a Jebration nLizbt very nand '. .
I I /j i its :reate t beaulv, and only source of profit. : on\ilJe, 270 miles. through l"al1abH3'r. we-t- !.i trieMiiallrst tl'. rr.., aul th. fruriiOs ol"ihe unitin respectable gentleman who stouj'by hin; -'If'- :: ": :.tL3i, 'I., .1X r... .C.. .:,.,.
the have been nearly wholly wa-d the th*' !.. :<>rr-. .. .
Choctawh'ttrhie
? orange grovea, to river. It is i lor. r. -1 : :
and ine c >:i 'i'tai he utn in '' !
j I' >n in v tiling[ pre- that he hid: been a pirat, and bcl'>nj"''i! I.t i

\ \, destroyed by the pev rc frost of February r.>r'"Tplated] ) clear the sh'M1' in the Cb.it- j'lihce? wiiich art MJ inlustrioulotcred! and in ,, piratical crew who took the vevl ri whicn RF''j,1; Tf.. .! .'_- wr." V "' J. .
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', '. last; some onljr will; he recovered, and with I k lahDochje river, which impede tho navigation q-iietit; ;: --iii/lJli-; > s'I mJuslnyiis'y!: ;.trjit alive. '<:!, Mrs. Alston' had embarked. Thjt :ifter the .u.p"llh" m-/'. t' 'I ":.;r.1 ."lv..' ;.. ..,....',r:
rtr--3.naiqr th'-.r ;
"* labor. ,: in < ColumSus In opinion: the d mtv tie >lav of the sou- : ;.1 ..t't .
., great 5cpjmer to and las'lv a cam! ruy .iy t'' ., .
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t r !! crew and passengers of the Citptured! -d! '; '.:;:n :. : !: '.1. .c" fp',t .
;' Ta'hhi-s, tic capital, wes selectrn and : fro'i the Chtpola to connect the ApaU,hico i;I ; ern states .s a stibj"ct vvuhi a exclusive control truSc duec'i ft ''r '.J.. 'rr_
; nf were all! despatched, she alone remained to r : y or s-c-: ,
the Pt.ites tnemseive!! ? and r :, I am sure 1\1t"
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laid out at nn early d-te after the ces-ion; h river with St. Andtews 0:1i.i- still spoken! be of. Each 2'- J 3 ) i I
'i u if ": mi'>n tht wiso'c north. O rpfl.rrC3> has noa"horny disposed miu txrese1 J a.i 11:1I
., I{ ftnd the site remarkable a high healthy of. although! for the preslnt.: suspended until' j
> lq as .
: : to interfere: in tue : iC'Mton!; of slavts'or willingness to become her expcutnner ['licy The SIn- tn! : : 'ii.. k .
I <:mi-.cnce. of th p of hills 1 SO feel a more favorable moment. I 1'1 :in thc Ji'S
n- of of 'tal
pan ? treatment them m any the states. finally drew lots to see whose duty it ahoui-J "," :'fr.- -. er:1 l: CrcT. -

'f. ebovo the l-vel of lh" 5e'i i ith a fertile If I ?rnl! have success by the lorcgoing observations 1'1:1:3: ,' resolved by ihe ItH\ht- reprcsentauve be to delroy her; th.1t it unfortunauly I fH .ip- -.'j'J r.t,.. .It I, "re'i'r.. t./.j r. #!,: i'I- ;9.'nL..'

country around it. I'. ha= labored however. in undeceiving you with respect to -;, jvhen Con:rci'? sat j ia'this city in 1790, on on bi '1. Upon learning her file s'm asg.i t.SrTItn.I..f.? :: -'ir L '!.c- .'' a11 :.
'. r.1.a-o
: ,' under lh,: disadvantac r.f it distance, 21 :; this interesting and rowmr; territory, and in i!;, the repji of a corrsni'Uee coti-ishnii entirely: ofi and .;-it, as were. rei:> .: t<. "wit'. I., k .
strongly patbcti'=:1l1 for her life she tol.tI
i north ;rn and 1 IlIa Tar): know t nn inj } ; ep- ltsdmllorI \\ IlL j [.t
hreprent'd members; f. :
the b for it shou'd II : t _
tTWc,, from the 'erpot' of Marks making placing Sim0 \ ou as j .I : :1 .i.
: j: tince of expression! ol: a ditferen: opinion: in treated them to spare her. She iud! the-n It ?> asvf cKiKr'M.j- I'. .
I hall b' So :: \jr p
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T th: diuyi}; expensive, for which rr-ason, sincerely pl-ascd. ;, Cither house ot" COl ;"bSil ce. I cannut say she waMr*. Alston, the daughter (,t \3'on now ficarl''h. ,> !L'H w. ,;, Hl ( r' ;1
ut' it j: you ncaan atM pro'sp-iUy, 1 am x.arirepiliirv .
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-; ] its adv-riu-.'"/n'-nt hn bven 401' w '* p"pn1"1 I Ithai particular individuate inigiat not! ;))::by! be. Burr, who had been Vice President of the U ElI :Ki n- rre. r ;> !: 1:1\.J JS .
. ew. ti'ii t x'-eodirrj I 1300, al hf>ujh it i* the .Yours. iic. i it/und t v.ho ; tf.taJ'v d'ffr-tt: :
'. 1 1i ajpoov.tiiti Cipjesmay possess States, and that he was a waiting her m New -"n from him.'J' :: h.. t

flpat of R .virnmcnt, nnd the legisUlive conn- | f i C H.er over the subject, but I J.J nut knows York, where she was going on to join him wtaicn: Wi i!! f.e i,5c 'ed :.i,.,. )1.' Djvi4.Et DI r.a
j cil. It of of 20 Fr.m the Sivantrili Repuiic! In. :% such it'uei j' RI
be
cxl :
': supplies an nt country j : TJlrS'J an i anv, I am sure rerten, the pentJewo'
and to onsole him in adversity that he made T-pror-.v; Su, .
} to 30 Miik-d round, and on the Georg'u side r FLORIDA KAIL HOVD.MR. i they are Jt.'W. Te:
; .. to '1.rJlf lnHe. Ijut the bu--mes.- n'w I, EDITCR:-From a li1te notice' in one I o! the popubu-tri of r.t s.utn, undoubted-. I'., her walk the plank, wbi<'h tiudini; that she I Here r, another con -q:.,nc- ..":-Ute- si.er.an'j-t r.:1dlinJ. *

I', "/'noju. .Iv iurrea-inir. anl rail road beinn now of thn Xew York Daners.. the, Stnr.. ) Tthit fhpn'p'.. Jy, ngt.rdt.d )1 tl.c n'rt., 's J giea e\'iIJ moral i 1. could tint avert she finally did. vith *rcat tirm- of thpf3Mt;.>-tia! an t.'n'J! ; ,:d ilr. *:
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w 'Hl ; :.:.lCt! luJ tLe di : it which ness and !!! He was an illiterate! '
<(commenced between it and St. Mirk*: which : recently B'fJksere opened in Florida ; cu'l'in' flp3u : composure mm is nir uei and mnri-J. ln f f t ,.:e.

sn rcent'v'. ta aiii! Boston .t.
: the .state of tr.ulo! demanded this in- and tli-in the whole 1 '
ioiuily more amo iJlt several! of the s.'avchoitiinj! : statCVe been p.acJ un the snbject. I 'V* t,,

t (:/c.t5e! must [be rapid[ frrrn this etrCUZZirCC. (/ rtockub cribod to construct a Rml toad l .vth! very Jeep interest. Bit it !:> r"garJtJ r.ev For I A C"-'Jr'd! ro.pfc, mm 'In..j '":10.; arnwj
days his: death ho im-
: There i is a very pl asant; htile pofiely at T.l through the Ithn'is: of Florida. \\iih which, fCl- ertht-it'ii: us an evil!, il.e rcneJy t-r; wfjicu ltviih s-Miie previous to ;, Mobi'.e Mreck, nreiecwAsii/'rfac' :! Alston! ...1J

luliaaxcc irifi merchants of 2-thvr with Strarn Boats \ tiifi tt.eriselvc'< be a iiu-d he saw h-r in hs: room, and wouldconvulively : U) he in p''LI-i'. a 0;( :.H.L. :" .\t ):.! '
I : ; prf-at: re.pecfibility. : a i 1f.; and easy cou- > f"6j- ::1tJrcs w> providt-d j j.JnJ .o" rj.lr.?.
The ('::I'ltot is rat vet :finished; on'winu \ \incc(' from Boston t: Xs\v Qjlcans ma\'IH npjilieJ; : nccordiuif to their ov.'is s<'use ofAi\ point: to different put: of the "; ILls ac.l otr I..! p in:3. Fir: ; \.! l leJ.:

:11".1 .JU '. Tr.e >-hamber, exclaiming with m'J h carnestm-ss :J atdv ,bcetr: cJ..t: ,; of ii! .
C
wr.ich
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onlvtrvini' for public busiuc---.-Tht.' n-i t- d ,in c. % ck. Agreeable the : : unpu'-itions; you say, t',1:
to prfsrnt "There lli slit iI"and: would ask the !!, n-ji.i as {,- .ac--. v.-.t '.:; >.':, .vj- f" >,.ej.V
1 !
1 hirtr :uire. cn';'an'ly: run ': Hgnnst ihe U'>rlj! are I :rr : byt r
1"i sur'ouiidcJ t.a lovclil gri': s ;plot, in th'- < the Rail ito-uj niU't piss from ihr .St. ; ; !i I. l lihed "verthe: 'Jlt.O S.MO.! at--. .. aw"j'i
inders
I :* my: opinion en rely d'.uhute I>f iity just fun t j; .t t if they did not see her. This dt I Iu- .
j. principilqua: 1 ic, and nj."irifj with the .up:, i iturost il .1-jhrj's 1'iw-r to'.hSuwmce.. Now. with dUl'! (fa-:: ;:*. I Lave ciiJccivorLJ: i-> rejC them s ,
I Jiccs ot ihc coui.trv. v.hi'h thrill Jitaohe : '] -i.'n'ncc to the 'opinion of this Rail Ilo'id! as h'is been .. : occasion'sn I I .
in on ; tt
I t\j q tny; p.tvcr ;j/n--; ; kime1Curid.rtoud, when he died .1 mot mistrabli : A wri'r i.: the ?' t-4tv-ini-i ,
: pnuupiil o nnir,'-nl of tiC outskirts of the : f ;tl.: ) v ? th.it t 1 1:1:1: fjlit-r:! ;,ve. La f'
omjTiny! Inc to t.il I inve; lately : i exirt., $:>:oj: ii1 my-ovn:: opunoiiN, ; dt-ati: : n4rue. oftwr i { f ._' 'Hh tJ..w. t.
I ; town. A''O'jrt-hoiiS'. ? an ; Ii aftfi t-j'-i in invr-nv '
corrlltnr'tti'llI
: nf this the f :-r t
statement ;
IPS ;
iracli.d for Rivt-i :iris a riiun 'tL.C:. ren.J iwjjr leave In j "> t:1. '?
j now coi to be built. Hero ar* t'.vo audfTcillahii-jCo.! can \ lhl1t c.'nrg t. ill'-ji Sa'e. f-r- ...1'
say .
Bunks rcl'.T .OM to iiiv ir.-i.ti: L iN m t.ie !'ctiaic on Ir. i tmiony of several '.critltrn- -ouJ: t be men1tioncd 1 I r'f'.t."
"j : .
r of
: :
one a Mtiall cnpitii.; and thohrr: !J'itrf-f contradiction ihat} a more char ni'i r lt? :-a-"ec'I'>n. 11A35 1'. Jl.1t". .
; ; Fi ot\ r..vjiuiioi><, 1:1 1 JO. I nrn, iK-yr I f-ir, Vtiiritcu who-e standing aftci ch-ir .cu-r art of \a, r.J'D. .-! ,
the j .
I Union, with of mil'iori 'I' r '. for R.-.il Ti.: :0E .
a capital one -t ; n' a : Ko.id cannot be found in ; : :" :a" '::" ;4't". '
the fir 'Itr.
ri'lIr} jb-dient order in
tru t the ,
? rt. : "l. 'ar.t. commuiitand whos-1 I
i the uJiliiy: of which I have alr-a<]y spokui.To any pJ..J t of the I'uilcJ States; !for, tlp: gr'.atfr DAN1F.L \\ EU TEH. I herc known ln 1!;1\. .: rr.-.y' ; fa-. > tt.t' t .rt'-\.t': ;.1. P.: .. .I... .
I veracity never ;
; the south' of Tail.th-is'-ce ,i of i the nor nev r ;; .rau sit.'t\ jti u. H: by a7-ukr.
: situated il
{ in jurt way is a -ad l Ip\'d.l with th. gr.at / To J'jhn J3&i'/3i will : 1 'I"l'f".t..
LV/ : be questioned and who kno-v the above !!I .i t J
,
j| i -t :-i"- ; :: : .ii- J3kf.
J ; : thu js. .Marknvir = Jiborr'anco p--v > ':::fVo \ ,\!: ._
jpon : I in the town {,f M'tinoli l ?- c t of Y.ll'juI'mi! on the I II I (
1., spot,' st:1lenwllt t') he uhtant alh-. true; but I have \ :,-e ;7''j '!f..f'/:1 v. ':.--,&.> ?r, j .- ..-
; \ lttjt has !Li.t.: u frce'!! into existence i 'I 1 hliuil I Road CMI b- mail'! alrno 1 Ffl C i ( t.avr&e dre i Duf
: -t)1 'cht :: \1 > i.- y.n. Airr! ;5scr. i n.) authority 1 f..r calling them by name If': : it. rJ.o. :.-. o ir 5: ou.' e ir-ex ."f'.l II'to

:, n t-'n.nst: the diiaiivantj; of ruptds; : m! th; river from C'ol'-ram, St. \Iai''s River, to T.!Ihha>- rr.enr, !;r..l -" I : ,
v.r
10 ; Till F VTi OF MRS. .\1..51'0.t t Co' Burr should yet duubt on the subjeer. evi aie to .y un'c,">-l'Ur lH\n.
: ; tvhich [l'jr\ Cu' ..ll approach 11 i it, but by "mallTr 1 c.c: ', and ih: di i.-tnnrc c mOot evceed 13'J' nll'.-: '! i- s.1uenL.tIJIOJILi-.
lene 'ciid!
be
adduced
( to e.stabi-h! in
I I hive it
fix -o'nit tim-i observed an article I any
; sseJand) tho-e} uiih lubor and .k.I The .rly %
.k' great n hiyorfacc, is hotwecu !he \Viihlochoorhyand -
t It h.i-s !f'III ho rounds ni: :ih newsjiap..r.s, in relilUon court of ju-tice, which being a lawyer, ho PgtxE'rHy--.1 rr'ftT f r: eS :.
1. provd fn'oro..St .
Tali.th\J
.
a
I
'Wf. From Tallhassrc.to drrt' .j'c fhco. ;
: a S-n' ,
: 'tt t C'WJ.f. ,
would be onli ed admit. : .r '. t
; .a \I :tl-! I': the oM Sp-ini-h [.jf'rscj.i- St Mjik-, the Rail Ho" i is already nn'!,-rcon'roct (to tie (O;, st:-'r.ou-i( death-- of Mis. Alston, I do nol consider" to il \... .r.rfdn.. ?. L...r<-. I'..... .',.- 'n'.h'J"- .. 1....-.;...ii...:.....) .1;:.:' h;litSt'i .
'Iii" diu':htor of I ol. ,\arl.llurr. liken from I necessary to be more '
.
I I: n.tt' the c.ifl'if-n to 'I r. (Jroy h" with Ins il1"[. in -t'itio'i to'ill.PfI t..>". ? i it
: 5 n: ( ( { ; of the ri"r .*t. Mairs, ; n the.uttj..ct be for-
\l.thJm'.1.lru'rl1l. ,
} i ,e outfr.I 'I'1)- I IJ-v. d!:. Vat.v't ( '
end \N.i.iuili! It ; prornptitud'-: nt-'l! :> !'
i' an: r :pentJagi! ? thotT.jMt.il s-iou 'ofl'I't.-te Jt. Ther'
I : o 'u'.o vf l the Rail :I I; 'J'uiirUcle, though line; in many pirlicuhr. i rnally called on by some one, who has author- ,. c"JiIn: i Dr. MrNt *' 'I'tTrr Ti-vi' .J! <:<'-
,
?rid iin -bi.pmj! ; and that of R-rad bt-iw r IJ Coler'jiu and' <
Man- ;
I port ito claims '
TaiJjha .' iif.veilhtle i cout.I US several errors. Isijipo'i' or for more particular. information. U-v: ; nnj .'f?"-r t..c n.GI: : : ".(' J-.r; :'e t-*
f fio'u; it ha. a l lxv !u r<', for thai} > tcilJ pass: between LakcSpHldmg '
> only pur. ( : ji out of a t'..iiril! conversation 1 Because as before observed nothing of the ,, .sn,2T! by the Ih.'Ir.. ricCJr-- % *: .1.1ia ::1:1'-: -
t joe; but a plnn: fir a town t b !-i-j hoid (ol thv tiiiddk.a. rid Hrst brinch: of the 1 grrw .
inow >
out, arid in a few yars it pr- mises to b,j jf :St. .Mark's amJ the Ok':fuiokvc: Swamp,) and ,:;I. some six months since and as Mr. Smith and disciHsion can only: tend to revive me re ">'ution iu S"nll' nl t ,.i't1'; :. I..m ':'1 D1m *-

r icilTAe importrttc '. J From ,II wiI run within' a mil" of the SIJ- J ; was 1'. a serie-s cfinrrnlpr2 .
I ; pot t \\('r siujI or two upper | and ? h.> U"; vuiunimnujly -
[ laneholy
the moment several gentlemen i iI I feelings unpleasant regrets, .
ni ,
pt'd upwards of 1 '.o(: ( baj!,!' of t cotton of tf.- '.\ lIH'J Inl'wl l Spring. which i is orn of the jmost j very; buy j I which time had buiied in oblivio : ad(',jjc-tl. In reK: t :;' .i! i* ir I i
. 'eing i in the store, }he probably miMinderztoodine measurably ties inCt-n
ittJr.lIitaa i
, : i la..t; (frop, ai.d tin (-nMiii: crop will give :,t v.il'nblu. for cf-rlain crrnJl.tiut[ in North !i ALEX. JOSES.1.. D. ; in--3Su\-3 of'tor AJ-
: in my stat' im nt,- 1-t, a-5 to time; and oliiioll! Puna lies.!

t ;ifi't t 25,000 to hhiji by the t-nuie vhintivl.f Aiwrira. | 2djy, as tthe uciviiig the con'e.s.-ion i of the I I Mobile, Ala. July 19th, 1 '35. Jj J II is intj orfan' arid h j'n'.v; '*"-1'1': tiantl:

't'hdinnre from tlc toin to -ca i is 8 rni'! .. The} route w oold uinkf-. fun-!. ,.tit.mrf'.....-.. .. !h-f' t'vrrnP -.. CL11 when tre 'i.hk ot rt'I.F; : "l".HT'I'f .

l'i-h and oysu-is artv,:rv abundant and de r o-ton. N,'W, York nncl Xevv' Oilcans at least : -fk.pirat'enh-.u"iu"T p'-r, aiin- onally' rong or as in many a |iiiyiciura.wi point.-asth' j THE FARMER. | ttt:.- com': t:! .''JC'{', t. e rd':iou anJespeci.i ..?

anJ wild fi>vtl I of tve'y kin l. 300 IJII'' M nr' Hno' .S..n I j "ii-. -51. jonn s; and statement itself win .sliovv.j ;i There i.s no class in society so important tt.twe tvrn n-i.-.tMer at La..rJ .,f U<,i T "":':
:
I Af..].eli<.oln i.. ., fl*'iirimn< "eaport, fifm- 1 am ahtoniIjd, It .-hlJlIlj bo att'-rnpfod to hive The first indication of th,- i lo the welfare and happiness of the commumtv cornmnnity. should: : :'">'n > !OfVi- : :/t <'.t 'CjC 4

tcd ;precedence. For let th<* Hail Flo-id bo i rnlure of Mrs. ::'t manner, and wulj! .-.Ja{ ir.t.i : .
advant.inoou-ly ;il the} outlf t of iVj nvorij con- Alston's death vvhich had; for as farmers. Without th -ir aid, even science 1 c:: i rorr; : -eECLar'e'oa

1 I < the sarui' name, and, within St. CTH' C'S f truteiI l between the St. John's and : iararee; i i!! (. the and anxious a long limp, Pox.iter I and the arts would be neglected. and''I I i I [ = Cour.cr.

. 1 .1 ; Sound, (uol'-ctCfJ by St. Vincent, St.. Gi.or ofcnd 'which btt"r H Paul) to be impp- ahle a'' th* j i i I! f.1 tends and painful the community, It i.s feelio"s of her ;I commerce and minul"clure.s: would languish, R\LEIGH, (N. C.) Arff.P.

; '. ,'i Dog Ir-Jirji; ] ; mnlr those last lay the mouth, r-vcn for Steamboats) hy this Boston 1 mnnicated the confussins canid wa? Com- '1 I! Some of the most distinguished character, .1ffr.zy.-Frnf'l' ll"nrre"r-mdCnf:1[ : WarrEDtr.H :; .,

l ,;. Tcsstls (,f \1MI; burthen. Those of 1J I fw-i Compmystill in a f v.v years, another Com I I i: in flf a pirate in the 1 I I who.se lives have been handed down to \ !cjrn lhen>lowinfTpirjcti.ir-j! ofa rinasrcncounire -

: valor como within lour niils of tile town, & I"lr&y.11 S'jredly ron >trut another\ j from Col'-ruin since, whotiled, th'it the vessel in vvhu-h she Abr..th.1J11"the Whde Mr. Charies i ij. Ga-en, Edtr: of (the
; I ; 8 lo 9 fwt can; be efu.C'rJ J the to Tallahas(, which will hive ; favored 1fGi .
al \hitr\'p highly d. and
: j most of the
had rmbaikt.-d .sfi/. ancient B-iydlon Exposnor in .'f )Ie .
: haP was -l oF( ihn roast of I \TI. the s'.jre "r)
Dunne the attic season, llurtrcn steamboats preference. The St.Itrv': : River has; a II I ljitriprchs }liadfijcks and !'1 Pummer:
herds and Maxvvf
\ .North Carolina, Joel thtt1 Alston's ; Cm-1 !!, haviu-. su:: cf clIthcJ!
plied in the liver far Columbus nobl! ':i Bar; over which djri;..gtji'> 1-ito !! rot. plate, I cinnalus I John
as as in Goo.trnnspoitm war a ;, being coniiidl'red'alu' 1iJtt! > was called from the plough to ICld Bro g. E'I. uhid:: takca UT.bmjreat
i caused the murder
upwards valuable rncn-hmdizrt; British frigate, and the Terror and DevasJa-' ;'I of f all board and th" ; I the armies of Rome to victor and when her !'; some remarks in Mr. (",-(I'S p.lpi'r.; itticet! l"ii
mid lion bomb bl1crEls: l'd and on robbery of the vessel. I. : wilt bltuigefin.! iD'fd; fbis t f-
1 dounwarJs 37,0 iO b.iics of cotton for came intn the I do know vvlvit enemies were vanquished, he resigned all the a Bragz was acwm >
sound and th* rivrr Coleram i is not (Jtgreo .f credit the report brother Mr. Thomas Braji2 and other He
fiom to
exportation ihn port-ihe quantity of up deep | : power, and returned agnin: to I.irllral occu-
enough for hrgae obtained.Some <: struck Green several I \ 'f\ severe b!"tr* whirfibrought :
both. mid ships. Thr difficulty
In
only
rorHrqucnily the business \, ill beccwlilcr.il.l" i pitions. modern times, '
(if it be a difilultv) i i.tho liver i is i ycara .iftrr t'ni ;, another man died in and Washington him to the floor. When lie :nrav. lie fired
inrreaped the MiiUirij; season, n irrow i Sfuth1 Lafavelt". aha on thc list of fanners. | a the bill of bmiyi fMr.
1 IJ m1; I think it was said to be in pisto which! en tend the i4
probably lo thr- extent of! .60,000 bulos.JirJionviic compared to its d--pth; it re-omblra! a Canal. j J ; It is a mistaken i.lej, that the farmers have : Robert Somerviil att'-nT'ttpJ th
Man-n/o :'-iiutv, who }Uo alhulcd to .th'1 death :' %vvii '> purt rT.J'
The
: upon the river St. John, i is, Rnil Road fromJSt Johns to the mouth of J ot' )1r. ANton: in tlie no need for education, or no lei. 'Jre for acquiring Bragg renewed Ins 3I-!'r. wi.?:1 ircca drew his:

in a morcnutilf (point of vjcvv, \\ hat Sr. Augmlino Suwancec, or to .\:ni'uh Bay, 20 miles south% the same circurn.ttuiets.3 I.MP rmnncr and under I it. Knowledge is important to all human dirk, and with it rut w.>'hn Urarrg through Iiis

sh'} ild !have the Suwanec, must hills I II stating tint he had throar, and his life iJcrtrrcoublfuI. He
end
I been, or I-'ernandma; the pass over high beings; as i it enlarges the mind, and raises is
been and -
cannoibe| much less thanflOO a pirate concerned in the h'ansaionjUI ; : als.i stabbed Thoma, Br. in the ail: cut
t JWjiut of; export foi the! products of that neigh miles. J the thoughts above merely sensual gu arm,

t borhood. In its Jff'?ellt itieijietit1zttc, it is i I have no other motive but to throw out' ;! : that after the vessel} was robbed, she wa. }; cation. Farmers have a better gratiti- ; him through *ht- lip ser,{\. Green is very badly
scuttifd.I J Jn opportunity cur about the heaJ and of his is a little

; f '".. ivcn now tb t tt.ol'OlIgl.1rc of [pnsKcnrs pro- I .lifrht":. r"which_ __ _I__hope. .. mav."be noticed. : l bv the J l'o-< !I 'lorE. C't'r.h.. .. ...nnl1.n.. .. 1,1 .i.i _., ..... .! for attention to general roadina u- than any---j other- I.' IrarfurpiL H. ?-: wr, "_,1".1'_one._... fl...it arms. .he.n"i ivoynJca-

;;:.:. ; ceding; nCJrth.. ardlj' from the south and W( st, : lUll t'Ornpany III lime ; it nnt. !by the eriterprisj I I far-from- Mobile, bearing:;;; ;; .5ii;iiiu; uiiu. HIM .t'f 1 :'class. Piof3ional men are obliged o con- iil'U
j lug merchants of N York stronger testiinony -
: nrid vvoxtwvanlly; from the north, and will '.w. and Tallahassee : fine their reading in
:;:' very 1 have i| in favor of the amr honibta some meisure, to their THE PLAGUF. in E has continued to increase -
:. ,* shortly be of rfon.c irnooitancc.Key ,j described! tho country; let the intcll,ent transac I particular profession mechanics i vpt
\ ; labor
t observer look at the : lion. generally, from the date of in li: t letter (says a
Map ; >
Georgia and Flor
: Wi-st hn; boon .settled cver.sincc I [ through the whole of the
the and
\Vhal do year;
all mer-
these
.
statements lea this day
ida and see for him?elf. II. ( fo, if they chart Constantinople correspondent' to ,
f 1 f'; /'IIC )4< gIn crnra'(: .t ; it wa.s first a small do all I are deeply immersed in business: ,
not
point to the 17th June
daily
I' [
t same tmi"n p\'ent1- so that: nbo-v 2000 person*
.( Ji'po>itcfor the trade to Cuba, arid the fishing It i is ; while it is only the farmers who have whole :t
'j From the Boston .ctia. possible that these men were each attached months fall'Ictun to it in the ci y, and as great a number :
Smacks bound nnd 1 of
( to from that island; usually the spare time in the season best calculated I
to -
same piratical and in in almost all th'- or
I TUB TRUE crew,, were I proportion provinces
; DOCTRINE.
t touch there f--r clearances. It then for intellectual I
became, I concerned in the same deed, having subsc-i iqlll improvement. Free i the Delta and Central E About 50,000
lt.
I. 4" rfj it is now, a tCI t Tor. wreckers, who d..rive I Thc subjoined letter, vvritien by Mr.V1tcr !ntly separated and died at different places I from care and anxiety, and surrounded by the I: persons have probably i.lr!}.>adv fallen in Criro

.
o piofitable trade from the disasters accruing to some years since, in reply to an application from 1 comforts of life which their farms afford
j jsufie'ing' they
torments under i
the I alone which
lashings of gives the frightful
: appear
n respectable) irenl'eman' of a I city a
Teasel the IJerls I I [ : Georgia, containing if will
around
: upon it. Grmt complaints a i conscience, and may they with their families, store
guilty fears
full and fair: exposition of }II'J'ws the sub. j and ppins incident : rich up ance.
made about the upon treasures of and !
were
adjustment of] jtct of slavery at t Ihc sou th. It embraces the tn: i to nalutnl deaths, more awful ttjan deaths become hisloiy biography; and -- -- -
familiar --- -- -- -
ii S salvage! in f IK h rases, utilil the Cutahljshment( 'J') trjiie in regard tl) the constitutional: rights of j i inflicted I by the halter. with the people and customs MARSHAL'S SALE.

. 4,f tin present court, with rights of admiralty the slaveholding state* ; and we believe that the !I Col. Burr may doubt, and treat vvithridi- of their other. countries, without departing from B Y virtue of n writ of 1'ieri I-'. ci.s t" me drtt'; .

which by its dc'-rcoK, has given ur.iversal sat- opinion? expressed arc such as are maintained by cule these own Presides. It would be highly bene- led, I shall expose at public sae! l-cfoirlk

isf-'ttOfl. Thfpopulation is 3 to 400, inclu every inleliii'enl! and real friend ol the repu!.c. statements, with regard to the lamented ficial to the interests of this country, if large dor of the Court House in the City of T. Ibbass :

ding strangers. It :is a rendezvous for our We give place to the whole of the correspondence..Vr. fate of his amiable and highly accom* a numbers of men wealth and learning should on title the claim first! Saturday in Oc ober next Estate all! of thf Dan rigit;?
pli.-Oie.d daughter; and his friend and the anj interest, < f the
: .| fcssels ('of war, and a military corps is sta- become farmer; they exert a healthful and Floyd, deed., now in rhe han Is of his Executor reo-
| tioncd Bolton to the Hon. )an'l Webster. community no doubt would cheerfully join him :I stable influence The W i
,' there, but ltd importance his been lately in on society, and the want of Chaires and Betsey Floyd, h s EXt cutri.t.
NEW wishing the death of one so much admired ; trrem of the N W J of sec 9 the li J of the N E i of see.
considerably! increased by the establishment YOKK( May IG, 1833.? no other class can supply. The lines in .

: oT[ salt works in suit ponds, which are unsur- I lion. Dan'l ll\bster, and distinguished, could have been prevented; ; Goldsmith's Deserted Village on this 8, T. J, R. I, S 4E, cental:tin;; 200 acres, more to saw C
subject
less. Levied the '
or, death was inevitable, that it could have on as pro tcn y Iielonjjns
p..tlscd l IIY nny other, and who e product is Dear sir-It cannot have cscanod Your oh-1 hanIH np.J hv milIpr i are not only beautiful. but strictly... tnip._ .!_ Estl\le. to satisfv i.\lvrrp'l' e in favcr of Green it
__ -' -
.. ."o"no.... I
: capable of snppl) iug the whole of the Uni- serration that warm discussions arc i1Owguing-n -ii;;u -* Princes and lords way flourish or may fad", Chaires.i Snjc will take i>r.wi -hlll the usual hours-

L J ted States. iu many of the southern and much ngita I I presume, with the evidence before A breath can make them, as a breath has I1 T. E. RANDOLPH. ? iush3.JpAu

I lion i is felt or J leiffncd, in apportion of the south on the community, as to the nature of her fate, But a bold yeomanry, their made ; 29 3- d B\.FislaerD.E..

. ) j Quincy, Al.ichua.; Monticcllo, Holmes Val- the subject ol slavery, and imputed designs of the how ever defective it may he, yet i in the absence -. Wnen once destroyed, can never country's be pride, NOTICE.

< ie>. \VebbvilIc, Hickalown! &c., are places north against the security an-1 value of that species of all other information on Ihjit point, 1 supplied. Ij I persons are heieby forewarned from eoff'
I atill in their with : of j ALL LanJ another <*
infancy- population of 200 property.: must strongly favor the opinion, that tihe [From the Cabinet trespass or wastu upon the
came Entertainment. Forbes
,,: .. & to 300 aualhitanti-gcllcralJy, scats of county I have been so long and c'osely] connected with to her death by the hand of PIn.\1'1:3. :: BACHELORS.As ] Purchase improvements and p.trticnlaily on! the f-om ract rcn'tuvinj known as cuttIng,
and the ;
Courts, supplying circle! around them Georgia, that I am perhaps more watchful than ; Be this as it may.the painful event has lone clouds in summer destroying or otherwise inju ing tlie: timber on the
: .. with necessaries, and receiving their most others in this of such I passed cves, aro'n or
f pioduce quarter discussions as and no notice taken of it now, can do As a tree without its leaves l\OII. unless by special leave the proprietors
.'_ in return. These places will advance exactly these, and having reason moreover to apprehend: good. And I. therefore any their: agent. THCMAS BALTZELL, .

l' I in proportion to tho settlements' which are that at this particular juncture, the tendency, if consider any news- As a shirt without its sleeves, 'lg fit fir the P"'PfUt

; : t i forming around them. Tampa Bay has no not the deliberate aim and purpose, is to-excite paper notoriety about it, at the present day, Such are bachelors.As Augtut 28 i.lf -

universal uneasiness and distrust in the slaveholding as unnecessary. It was for this reason, when NOTICE. .
> 1 flcUlrment AS that of : -
yet, ;
except a
military
.;. ";:. J detachment fixed thero in order to keep in stales, and hy consequence to foment jealousness requested by a friend, to give him the: facts in syllabubs without a head, I WW71LL be sold! on the I 1st ,tf October neXt at ]pu thefollowing I
; and heartburning against the nnn-sla possession for I As jokes ? T He auction in Tallahassee,
; vchold. my publication, decljnad doing nut laughed at when they're said the Clty} of d
Indians ,
check the
I remaining 2 to 3000 ((1 ing slates, which designing [politicians nny turn so, alleging that their nppearancb could As needles used wilhouta thread |I } described lands (if'i ot previously.d'sP. 12, .

1. .* I -. Said bc-foro 2000 erroneously) in that neigh- to mischievous account; I have felt desirous since answer no useful! l But the ; of at private sale) viz. the E. \ of N. E. i,0fN.1.b"f "

; ;: boihood. In St. Augustine, the fort and some our conversation this morning, of obtaining an purpose. subject Such bachelors. Township 1, flange i, S. & tt The W. 1\. !

i--; hou.ses are built of Tabby remarkable I. expression, in writing, of your-view.s, as to- the I has lately been presented in such a form in the J. Sec. 12, T. I, Ra. 1, S. & ""., and the W. i of ;
\ t concretion r Alabama Journal W. J, Stc. 7 '.'. i. Ra' I S. .. E- .
of as to cause me to feel DELICATE ,
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power Congress on the subject of slaves myself ATTENTIONS.
r.: of sbell, which is very useful when and called -In the tcnth cen. The above 'anoa lies within>nc and a half miwo*
" slavery, and also as to .the existence of wishor upon to publish this communication tury, to cat out of the conditions -
t it caD be found near at handIn Ponsacola j any same plate and drink Tallahassee and will ba sold! c n the following

And Tallahassee much brick has been used, 1 design, on the part of northern men, to interfere which is done with much reluctdfcce, amy out of the same cup, was considered a mark of viz: tire hundred dollais cash, the balance. at

I in any way with the security or gulation/ of professional engagements afforded me little ia monthscredid, with appro-ed note b1"? mttts f
i gallantry and the best r
, iI but ;.he. greater part of houses la Florida aro i i i that: species of property. time to devoto to such matters : between possible unde:3andiD: est from day of sale. K- PARISH.Angust .

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White, a matj who has hveJ in your County beloved of your until the views of the Post I'
papers tots- LOOK: AT THIS 11 SURGEOM DENTlSt.( '. :
W6EIrn4 x by all, respected as a plain firmer, and a ter General before whom the .
whole subject R. J. EVANSoffrrs his
IMMEDIATELY, 500 Laborers professional *
i {rood citizen. You know him, and knowi- WANTED D ..
will IK your has been laid, could be received. This dommunication Carpenters, to work on the following the citizens Tallahassee. sn ijtbe.publ 4
ledge shield the
a against insinuating arts Rnil I'toad-On erc lly.-He inserts ici:2tItitfe-.i,ecth
the Lake Wimico4and St. ,
Joseph's
having been delivered to by
jnterestedncss. James IS!. K. Holloman ynji
the IMr. Bates Rail Road, (West Florida) near the mouth of Apnlaclucola nor. change their colour, nor decay; \nd, so IT4'IrLO
SEPT. 5. other opposing candidate to the twin Colonels, assistant Postmaster, I rcceivl'd a River, JO miles from the town of Apaladiicola imitate nature, tliat they cannot ac delected | ,

_ _ _ comes next m view. Where is the man who dare verbal assurance that you would ch.'eriully : and on the Tallahassee and Sf. Marks Rail Road, natural teeth. Satisfactory referent e trfll.be

= rC the second Monday impugn his politics; he is known to \nu all; he has comply with the proposition I had made. In (Middle Florida) from the City Tallahassee! to the ifteircd. .
irr5 iNCit.--Oii repeatedly opposed the iron hand of despotic influence full assurance thai this proposition would: Port of St Marks. CJ! ROOM nt the CITT HOT*!.. 4"

ntobcr next, an Election for members of the and is willing to stand or (fall bv a verdict. be changed I the ; not Any portion of the above-named number1 of hand, --Seplemler 5, 1835. 4-tf

i Iht.ve. Council, will lake phce throughout Without a classical education, he has, by his own gave necessary iitstrncUnns ill find employment on cither of the above-named CONFECTIONARY, WINES, &c. .
/! to separate the papers referred to, in m:ikin;: Holds, it the following rates namely: Wages, for .
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Council
The next session of the exertions, made and maintained such a standing NIlE sul sBriber resprc fully inl>rm *his fjrie&&r
Territory., up the mail for that portion of tho counlryainl! Laborers, fron 20 to $25"per month; for Carpenters, I and the tha he ha,
:t'C. interesting and important ] auionir you, by his love of virtue and public good, from public generally, Jus Deceived
tri'sn M>S ti/be n very till I no debasement can result to Cois. Bailey orBciiniV' retain them ot this office. The resolution to The 33 to $50 per month, and found. per late arrivals from Nen York, arhoica .
:inJVsI! -jJa-certain weighty which I have referred above-named Lines of Rail Road pass throughdry aid select assortment of Wines, (of juperior qmlilyf -
nC W worthiness, by the exaltation of two such pave me the first intiina- ami Sections of
; forth far the h-ilthy rount.-y, connecting the Cordial? Liquors of all kinds Fruits Jellies
I le broujiht ) Cauilics
"3Tcr'I' wisdom of I ihetu.un- pure democratic Republicans. lion! of the change"f your views; and nas; reCiVC(1 fabrd vinh th" interior, where nu danger is lo be Soanisli Segars, &c &c.. &.c.- I1I o4 wlrtc It

) ''f colk-ctol CATO. ( it this office about the time of closing ap'rchcn| (( of levers, Vc. will sell on reasonable terms for ca
tJ5 Vwcv.il.U'C imnoJtv.t far us, in the ShaIC olIr'V'r the mail. It was therefore too lute, in fact, to eral All tluse who wish constant employment, and lib for past favors, he hopes Mill to nerit a share of.pnMic .

torbe i UMiicniliercd irt are a csiiuli5n I I 1'roizi Ihe Charleston tlirlciont wages, will do well to I end their course this way; patronage. R K. WEST. .
'urial ( ( ozzrjt r. cause a disposition to be made of ttie.sepapers. jnd apply to tin nbsTibrrj. .
or to our Ajerts, on Tallahassee, 5th, 1R 54-Hir: ,-
ep
> t eNlrCS 4)ur views, .r even liuil at tin' THE POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT, Thy \\vcr :IccLPringly! retained iJere I ulu-r of the .ibave-r.Riucd Rail: Ruada. > -' .

fi'i; : County.! Our Je irc is to take 11.1 in pursuance of tho original timid'r'landing with J. P. ic W. GRAY.ftUp HER KINGS. T
srati (If AND THE INCENDIARY PUBLICATIONS.We The rv borrrU of Baltimore salt 'd Herrings
Columbus .Mneon
\esc1er and TUgraph
h'' I bavocomc I iorlion 1 the you nor uill hcy bt transmitted mail Until & .
.3It3Eti: 411 tlu.r: pivc below a correspondence that: has hy ; will please puMiih tliH, otvc n wrek, nmil -l.-.ni.'i Very rt-iliiced i.rice.-.Uso, Flour arUC't'on ..

:iT4.ia; i t pu 1 ICI pr f' inf'3 II: \\c ii Ii lucre- taken place between tho Postmaster of New- the instructions of the Postmaster General the November next. The Savannah Gc >riuin, IJ gfinj', for sole very !IOTV. hy ""
1' .sh; ll have bef-n received. itnd Charleston Courier the ah* MILLER 4 PirTVAM.g .
isnuuvrned. leave will insert < vc tiiree d
C-iuntv
fir :a l'z. ill Y .rlc, nnil the Officers of the Ami SI
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ft. ivcry thus times a week, until the 1st November, and ll rml .M Ir'L& Rpt :, 181 v. 44tI
Ilavitig in of'ihe
; fi>v oxcrc.Mof. that biL'b prr.n % I **
r (. -! 10 ttipt'n-l he ri-rht of cuffrigt': :Mail uith the abolition publications, with beg lonvr to refer more distinctly to M o, Florida. I
vt.th: the n.-s.tlution of committee. Mi A F1V of his I'c'cbraUd.It licit for ,T of-
Apabcb.colunreclett.iniinr.ltn your ;ws September 3, 1S. A tf
; nt which the Southern h been literal
Ojt prisinfflMloiv-i'iti/rns country ivc have JLB. H\ws cachVbv the subscriber, if replied; frim ,
; lioen much mLstaken jut i is intended
will, at the to EAST FLORIDA RAIL ROAD COM -
u-ho remove, ly drilled within the list: frw weeks. It uivesns re.Iiately.\ BENJ. BYRD-

B.V cqon of 1 be Council, require the lis1t riFZfl'hatinn. great pleasure to observe the manly, dt-ter- imply! ; that; I required relief at your hands PANY.TV" aiiuli t S'c--t.---- 5. 1835. 4.2w '

out MrMlouvt'inenr from "an)' difficulty' or responsibility," whntevcr OTIC E :s hereby g f n, tint a meeting of the For Charleston.
I04i..biebem. to carry j mined, and patriotic course pursued by 1 ll Stockholders _r'\4 \
of
as "a public officer." Had you declined, the E.ist Florid x Kaih-nad Conipa-
in tbe I lay.ntf out I in the premises, nnd we suicereI will be holden The rctrnlar I '
ihK.t lfl of imjmn-euu-ui in the first instance the I bid at the office of SAMUEL L. LEWIS, No. trading rig: Somerset,
sJ i' ;i111iy Town on I Uir Day ui I h ly hope that b<* will be fully sustained by the proposition ; 1 Commercial \vlrirf, in the City cf Boston, on the S Onpt. Lewis, will sail tor the above plac
ta fliV : at oft red, my determination would! have been 15th Ortolvr arjout the 20th of this h For.
mom
next, 1i315 for tho of freight
'\c i.avv ivr.enlly I I he: l'tI a ?r 1 "wl I I1O1l i Department at Va-hington, as we are certain purpose org.in- or .
*' ) promptly announced to you. Placed as I was 5 izin iiiil: Coinpany, by choosing Directors, and trans passage, appy: on board, or to X *
L'in anti art> iiint { bo will be by the aroat body of th people at
il.c (IC iIi, netv n, in) a peculiar delicate position; appealed to [ivan nctin such other business ns may rome before said MILLER & PUTNAM.--
*' theNoilh well at the South. At the St. Marks, 4th Sept. 1835. -i-2w >
irhimnnts i- as as
tlunigu$ ia noting. SAM'L.
J It) l h1v' izi I tboebanire! officer ol the .same department at a distance, LEWIS, ) : __ _
\ j .saiiie time wo cannot find uords to expiej-s JOHNHENSIIAW, >
will biui.iyv:
Ltti
tu ili' prove to lend 'I iH in preserving the public iYanctovt.
my
pence DAVID HENSIJAW
I lour detestation of the Milful'and wicked obstiir.oey )
: vln> h-jvc H in ulciij: >l:n.- ( the safe tS '; !
:.(': il\ M ii4| ? t -se-uriIag transmission of the important J. B. PANFORTII. ![ MUlYj-espectlulJy iitoim the Lrdresof
who wilhla
.tbj t tiiaarh.rUim.\: if tbe I location I prove* of the bloody-minded fanatic, contffts: of that valu ililc branch of the STEPHEN WHITE, S Middle Florida, th-.it she is peeling by the1

.IkCsIi v.iit vie uiii. ;Mov pcitmacity that would reflert credit upon a Boston. Aug. 13. 4.fiw fi'st arrivals from New York, a general assortment
St. nuil :
T1itn ol 1 and
; ti.' department- at resting a course of GOODS, in her Hue
7.ca ;* consUiing i-f Luitrin Gnxl
i # gOd cause but which in thi. instance, will s,
+Jt.C4lI iht t icattini>)niun ul'&ur 1T- % excitement) whL-h could not fail to lead to the A CARD Swis, plriin and figured Satins, cr-Im red Challeyiap.

H.t ''only IJILiIg CLSISOH thicker and faster upon their most disastrous results, I should! not have HAVING learnt that some insintrionhrve btpn Fonlard Silks. F'orcnces, C'ras, Be t and Bonnet

I Ihcad?., still persist in hurlinn 1 their firc-brand.s In siff ttil tit nsiont that rnnrcpvhirh.. in probably with ihe dew n tt injure us) j Ribbons anti Bonnet. YrilIc, Iltal I Ornatr-eats?

/..ic );uld: tu Bo,I VI.BeioW V.'cf with blind and reckless fury into the; bosom of mv hat our firm is in favor of the came Abolition; we j Corsets, P-iris Collars and Pik lines, Grodcnai: ''fal
, f a. I iittiflL! I ibc cni/.cns off! r/jr community, only to light up a fl.r.ne, Iro.n'the nini utterly niifouurlpd and ourselves f < |
. .'L t;.': had It even demanded in some degree a lempuiary ; wo jileilge tliar 'lo'is. Minlles nud- >l\-\wls Thibet Wrot htwts.
roeeclilnL c tlfccts of Vihich even they sh.tll not es 1%11 the ui :iuberi, of onr house osd flni l
lIi. jVt )1 1 ii ii I) ) "surrender of the and are cn'ircly op[> inpria.ijl lltir.dk-crdocft, nric arl'sltuA. Bell HtU
rights privilege-
| *', to the vi-ws ' .1in.
: iiv : () ( cape.i *,
t!t4' luivv'Vfurllw you (1.IiTfl to -SVS5.Vhile nvinitcstin: ;;oopcnlv tho agitation of the slave question and interfarenTt Pjris Grutle Ivhtm- L.idus
Ctavais S.irf
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; ry u, 1L *.Hi Ju TJii i* *s it MumM b.lt' .\-- -ji i'* j i \\t1 observe thit some few---hut, thank your benevolence! to the colored people in iho rights of the Southern Slave Holders, as iucxj.cdi'jut B'-o.l P.s, Purges .m.l Guar-Js, Silk! Zep\r Retn-iiUs, Fanry -

. Mr.irtsi%. rt.at: vi sid v.ith tin foul fanatics ami the KEELOIl & Iti2.1EN JeVdItI .
tI0t" it will so among) j iy.Ai
1l. ?
fr- nlUiinricr ,
lion of
Verc -
YortAuir.i .
fluid the ru't
of them to -2w
.:;Tly : : : iijIiit'1t'. afl1 hrn, hi&' Iflit prominent we rcgret ji f that section( 01 country; the pcc"liir!; t l3. is-.j. 43mLKON P. S. AllorJirs. S
1 Now York \ ZIitflZ1I1." That charges fio.i: ;Iijrruntry executed witlli -
Fnt .) I;ui1 iru' srn.t' 'I'Ljs cIl, the Postmaster ol this city, with paper hit made situation of which M r. Huger had so fully d ; sy"PERi6irUop"nr: ilis '.- aid: AeoMiis j e.u-d by ;he i car with Fe"riu1 -

' from Ji.'itva: JiHtii'rtJ! and fifty persons 4)1 f I ihr ; with eilizens "unlawful ing bo sci jljed. I would reFpcctfully ash, gentlvtncn ltI1JPi' !; .M .Moons', ) In A sriupsit. AUatl.iinnl _____1L1 I
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. ylI1t.i all doubt. This chaige, so badl; ) [lilt1ith SI, ATKIX'OX. ) Au u t 29th, l3. 't Hi I MiJi
wrl I keliLiral
Ttoft aid tli
ilie uiihout of efforts with' in ances rnuii
t.. i.iL ; t : city, :i lit! uny SU1eI-iOfl your compared r tlK
di!
Posttina1 fi-n-1-tnt, nnd nil Mhcr
. conlradiciion. lilt in't-r--stt-J niiltak .
.trtil. !
e to
i requires je .sliipped! to Lirerpi w.Mew! :
: : .i Iirlic. that which might have occurred, had they bcdn notice of th>- institu'ioaaid suit ivl of |
1 i is an ofliccr of the (jencral Government, 01 k, or Clt iiit-ttu, uiJ wjll piirchasc it I tie I L. hcst .
I. .Miriii.T:; > w.i1 :.i-u I be I bud i in New \ urkain.ir.ijii pushed at all hazards? thei.ss.ijiu!; of said Attnchin"U?; and I ili.it th-y nppc.ir flht. Lct p-i.-e. K. H BLUUT I
j and i is bound to obey the law for the regula- and filrad to the dfclnrarion filt-U in said{ ..irconl01 Au. J
: 'i"J; ou; iii i .-ci:inie subject. i iTO I entertain for you and ill your rights, even ease, u\t O'J ?- 2\v *
of the U. S. Mail of tin most im- to the statute; in such made and *
lion -one. case ;j-r i i-J :tl. 1 ?J.-Ho is now D i Stntih.
- S Sor sentiment, of which is e.iprct.ntc per igs ;
\\A.\ KIMRNns: OK TMK TNIOV. AND reppect due, and I dorp-
I I poitant of his du'ics is that ot watching over J. WKsTCOTT, Jr. S/m-rsvt, and Col Crotkt--, hom Is. A York, uu J ,
THK CNS'l'UPI'J'ION. j ly regret that n departure from the original uiiclrrstanding ofT. liiuff.NOTirK. : .
. j its safety and when the editor ef the Amen- AttoriK-y iht S.-iir Uuitcil Htntcs, from rii..ruu: generaL
. BKTO.V. Anjrust I 17.-The fiii7.cnif IJo-ton, : ; ) which promised to prevent all t urst ?9. .1-3iii ii-z ut.iif-.tt i>f .\e-! .:h.'tulizcoi.biitin : c, "

9Ii 4I1'1iI'CLfl if jwrly, uho nrc oj.posid lo 1 j jT can i.-j informed th it the course pursiu-d by the excitement and collision has compelled me to 1:. I Ite; Iry f ioi1s, ltrdv ::. (' kciy&r.

., liii;!> "l'I I lliL 1 ailviu'-ate-: oi'lhr I iinmedule j Chat It1Ltfl;; Postmaster was the only possible myself fully. 1 have rifl.-cted deeply :1 1X weeks after d t'e, I viH apply :.0 the Judge ofT v h:;hi li' \\i\\\\ tiisi Kc of very Ion ti -r utCy nsU1151 .

. :-jitif: 'niiou (if lite s.ivs! of! I lie Sniiih I I -nn.l I I| mndo of t insuring the sif( transpoitation of the expres the Co'inty C-mrt of JeifcrsouVowity, tor Let I rt-l:. .
on the subject. The laws which secure to
' v..i. r vu-r thv may rf rir: l hi very us an C'XII. I mail; I, lie must know that the chaigo made I byI ters of AHmiimtrati upon the nns: 'i'Ieil ecac uf.ill t'ilO1LA.JAI1o.? ,
1 !, iii-iMi-T nnd abli'jrn'iuv! ii.isur you the rights you r.laim. also impose the pinalties the Gods and Ch'-ttcls!
MI. uiih ujmn : I him was tinw.irrantublo. The same) rea>on- Rights & Credits, which Gr.oirc K. U'ALKER, Secretdt, .rud Acu, .
t :-' .\vi.ch: ni'iy ieinl to in-iiT-'ite the blru-lc. ji on those whi infringe them. I slnl! v.-erc ol ihi estate of James Brooks, itecM, of saiicounty. I 1
j here adduced, will go to sustain the Post ma-, Si I'AYLOH. i tug (joveruor 01! t ioria. .
: lON
; i iiis.ili ti'l hmi't!) :nul in'-uritoii.ii i ). Jcicrriiinctl assume the responsibility in the case have *
you
i of Xc. Yoik in forward bundles ; :; i rHf'IJKAS, an Election vas hth the first
ter refusing to Scr 13. 1-6w on
abiil'-. nil in7.irdbv tb C'un- _ ,
- :is. IYH.H'J! !I.s :il < made w ith me, and to the law and I *i V in '
my superior [ ALu.il.iy: -iy, 1J3. for the !ftctioa of 1
r: il'i'.i'Vi.' rut.l to vriJx'i'rc inviolate t i tii I i I jtioitil- c\t Cnjies..-) of the United cJiattr,,

. :'I'-ttHtlNs-l{."> )'.jliir! \\hirh has floiuihijol niiii i* I through the tegular mails. The p"oule of the With &c. &c. I ivc*'k after darp. applica'ion will be mad t. I-T :!h- "Vfi.'V': "f Florida; and wh rtas aiMj.J < lec-

"*:\ ll ).1Ti4i1l2 !iI: !14 r I lf' au'.piix'.s) uf'i i lh: l sacred South are i NITF.D in the (termination iif prevcpling great re.-pect, f the Honorable 'he Jnd e of the County Cuitrt! r-"i. Jwsrrn 31. WHITE rtttmd u gi-ca e i.UMiefl ( .
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- I ..iH-.r.-nil rt't: cilizoni ar<% r i ir\tea loiuett \ thi'ir si-' .'rltEltun- lvi.v wi'l not S\M L L, UOUVEKXKUR. of Leon cnmtv, for Letters of Administration f nth'.1 l of v.os! ''t .n uny r.t'itr? individ.wi, u.s zLlJl.t.ti. by the ,

I 1'aiui Ilaib F14.AV : Iit.4flilull. t h 2 I : stop New York, Vug. 9. 135. : estate of Harris' Bnrney, deed, late ot said county.Sept. rfur; :;> !i :L-.IIv nvule to mt-:
' fo :ir< iie or dirusthe question' -they have u 5, 18: 5. 1-Gvv SIMON TAYI-OIL j
TS'.v tli'-n fire in
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: &. 4.i'cwotc, ih'T.atui lOCh Jn tn'iK Ku:r vn toouri tLU&.u.t:1C' oi'Iiw. i do uercbv I II
confidence i" th* j jud/'Mneot >uvl di-t'r.'tion ol iNOTICE. I pr r'.iiiii tiif4 9.o'l Joseph .M. WInie. ibily elied the
iutruii; >'il (4' liu-Squill' ll.it t I iv* r< eoiriii/.f- 'ir -
then Post .Mattel I intl this and thi alonents OBITUARY. : PtU-raf; fr in ihi* Triritury to ti.c of
( :M.mjOj-l n.rli iJiat vvviil ir.i.iin tlu-tn iti -; on t IX weeks after date, I will apply to the Jud e offK9 next .ui..itS&
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Died, on the 25th his Into the Court of L I the TJiiii'ji! Slnu. Given uiui.i ;. i; u .1 iUis2 !)
' uI' Oiem: :and thai we o'cplore lh' the -at';* pas.-aiii' of[ the nuil through the August, nt residence 1 County 'on roiitity, for Letters of [ y
near Monticello, Jeill-rson county. I'loi' ida, Mr. Administration upon all the G'" ih pinl Chattels day of A iiut, A. 1). IK35.ri.j '
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: : ul41lt,1 jtltt'rfql.4. I I w'io, vib .Southern I countrv.POST .
)>f, ;i
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.. WILLIAM H. MTHEKS, in the 71th of In Rights! and Credits, wnrh! wrruof tie! rstafeof John WALKER.T .
I Z1I tr lII2l Iii ra I tOll 4) I hi conii- oKFici (:ouiu;>ro.\DixcK. year ; Iclvcr left
: : he was a native Savannuh tltceascdr nnuJministercd by Haninh A.
- Iirt Georgia. his
*.mof idc slivc"; nro iib.'r f.rsiIl.r fir tiicni nevit Copv of$ a I'-tt'-r adilr s'sed' to ibn I Pri-' ibntjnnd deilb: was I that of I the righteous in whir.b there !; Mrhcr, ilcccascd, late Administratrix of the estate r>fvu.I.Iclrr ifl x A sy
I i
t : :!iirini i iniiuent peril tbe lives and ;
j i ALEX. MclVEU.S. .
I DireetoM, of ibo American Anti- 1 l'\ery The Savannah i-oii SJLE.
hope.' [ : will pleaseextrac'!
1
p-ipers; "
j'MTHTirofil.e wiut prtj uijiinu j :;>!f>i.il r m. -l-flw
!i Soci"ty, by SL.. GoUveitjr-ur. th' above 1 fr the information of his : subspi'i'
: 1i-icII(1J] Ii.ivtng ptuchisul
ii ned I by H. 1;. OTIS, ai.d ab at filltvn 1t2- .NOTICE. THE __ .
.. Gentlemen I hivo. .. I l--tt from of LAND lying the e f.inic .'
: ; I"( I V4b11 a t lLr On Wednesday the! upon .
IOth A'igust !i-i i't t, at I IX .ts after d.ite weIia1l '
wi- j the I't tma: ter of (.. irb-sto..', it''Vhh: the en Magnolia, (Flo.! ) aficr a .Iiorf, but painlnl illnesi.', ) Court of Li-on County, for Letters of Adminis- i iifiriiid-d and duly authcnticate'l! lii'cs oi J the sam T

: Ci.rc211.er.) niritJ toa iettoV. nit : clu.vJ! i u is a copy. 1 h.ivr tr-.w-mitled .:nolh ;r Mr. JdSKPii LADD, aged 50 years. \, tr.ttion on the I' .tutu of Jo tm LADD, dercns'.d, ltc fioin the .Mexii-an Government, will be. in Talihas-! *

. : bituary, v/ns a native of s-Jid County. see in pprenib[ [ r next, \\Lcn and berc !Ii; will dispose

, .! i'-.Un' E'q. tijjon; ;le slave! siiuslioii; publi-l.e l int' : full coifil-inco tint you will of the state Af New I iipshire. At a very ear!> JOHN HAMIJN, of a [tj.fl of the i-ani'* ujwn liberal am' reasona-
njreuf t his 'Li'his father NAT II. HAMLIN.I bI. tt ruj.
emi raJed the .
. :.* japcr .
my Slate of Maine where lH.'resule.l ml- rp-n1lPr 5. 4-6w To tho*: wh are informed of th* exrceJfn ridu"nfss
,
TUiwi entertained 1 by Mr. Webber: such ; a just discharge} of ollioi.il duties with and of the Red River '
arc my J til the year Ih29. \vla-n lie removed to the town of. NOTICE fertility: lsnd> :t is unnccissary ..

I SoatluruniJtiivili rentl'.y: '! accord with.Vcliave i all the df-licato] considerationwhieh are in th: i i\l a gnolu.i, Territory of Florida. Since t the arx>ve; I I of ihi!
ei; e presented tt inc. I hive rrj-'pei'tfully! to I period, the decea.-e: ; bus been actively and )er.se- tint four weeks after dati*, wt; shall apply ?tithe rour.try, anJ have not rrfcricd t -
the
[ for its
: \ rccrivr,! n copy of tbe proccediiiff5 <.1.1I J'.Lfn : [propose! to you that the transmission of ihe pi-: i vcrinjjly! enga<;od in commercial [> irtii t. in said Judge of the County Couit of Gadsdt-n County, lauds 3Jit he within particular three or ft.ur location d.jys, I run will ot av a.stcara these

I jmtf lu-Kl in Qu'u.ry. (FJo.) upon the sub pr- referred to bn sti-'pcndod until tin views I I Town, and by his mild, courteous, and gentle-.j I for Hd an ea Wilder order to, late sr 11 fiadsden all the Real county Estate, deceased.J. belonging. to boat to the great Ciiy of Ntxv Orltauj, tha.they tire

I jstutAMjU.iii, and rc rci exceedingly that we; of the Postmaster General shall hive !been reI I manly demeanor, I had scon rod I :i bri e circle! of;iI WILDRR, > situtfd bet-vceu tlic i.xl: arid 3Ufrde rfrs of North" '"

. tflflOtipreiJ: them before our readers this Trtcl:. j I qnaii tanco-> and) friends. As a Christian, \vc have| WM. H. WILDER, \ .ldia! rr Latitude in the snmr of Petit Gulp/j, whi h ij considtrwl -
p.-a on tu believe that t l.e sincere in tbcii 3 the best Cotton region of the whole Globe
y shall]I I every was: September 5, 1S:>5. 4.4wNOTtCE.
inur
appear next.wtiecton With &c. _
respect, tLnt tl.ey are as lich as land U
face
: ;proles iui: ofhis liiitb, haviinr, bcn an exemplary.fT t nj upon r. of
1 ('rSionr-d- C, d' SAM'L L. GOUVERNEUR.- her f'i Ci: I vi iiiI Ic Cliii ri-li itt i Ii.' '['tit.- nflAuLFLL.ta !j the tMilh, aid txicinhn:; from! the river back for
. : in Kentucky: for R.-prrsruiatives Stat of Maine lor I I A LL persons having clai-as against the estate of j complement to a well watered, hczfthy, ant generally *
ti the JiliCoiijrrets.isiiv.-r: Out ol'lho I ihirton upwards of 20 years; j .4fL Thos. T. Willison, dec'd, are her by notified S Prairia country of exceeding lertility-tiat these
Ss.'l. L. Gouvcrncur The death t of Mr. Ladd ha '
Esq.- not only made a c cnt them to the subscriber authenticated lands overflow
.c.bers elect I to p ac- arc not subject to as ibje J 1w dowr _
nine arc Whigs, and Your A1rriii Sir,-Your Conrnnuicalion, addressed to chasm in I this community T hut has: left'a void j in : wording law, tt.esame wHl barred. in I ('u5ianna-trttt m* tlie neighborhood? : f these*

Black JaJ; i j re elected from hU Dii- "The President and Directors of th' American hi* family, which Time can only repair. He has f PePt5h': 185THO:{ BROWN -9Jmfr. land* 2rOO to 3000 Ibs. of seed cotton is nothing uncommon .5

i Mk Anti -SI.t.'ers Society, has been hand'-d me left Nehitid him; a widow and nine children, whom ,. -- MIMSTKA'rOR'S NOT1CK to be reared to the acre. As an ev deuce cft

V hewa' jut prep-irinj: to sre 1J1111g. on the very SJIN. months after date, I shall present my accounts the value of these hinds, those upoi the opp< site side

. lr. PCt1jre' il Iie Whig Can.Vulatc fir Cor.r .- by Mr. Bates, and shall be laid befoie the Ex- eye ofleavini? this, for the North,lJe'Ire he ilied;- j jan JS and voucher* for final settlement, and apply to i or the river in the TrillttM-?- States, \\ith nol ling but'-

< in.Nforjh ( ruiiia; ; ha: :, succeeded over Dr. i'i cctiiivc Committee. aj.ed father and mother, and several brothers $j the Hon. Jude of the County Court of Leon County, F the wi-Iih oldie river between, are soiling from 0

t n.ti, (0 3I1 Burcn bv I I J am, iespeettullv.! vtlir obd't --crv'l.j and sisters 'I' mourn their irreparable Io.iS [B. :: fur a disrliir; .; from the Administratorship of the Estate to $-JO pr acre. When these fuct5 arc known.tb < ther ,_
) a maj.iriiy til'iOO vole.*. 'AilTHCIlTAPPAN : James Iluphc, I'crra cd.il with the confidently anticipated cession cf ti at country
I j _
HENRY: 1.'. SIMMONS .qdm'r. very sw.i lo t.'e, L'nitfd States, it will be bilI.Ine'S

. /v'csiractfromtl:,. N. Y. F.vcnmc Star: thcj i Proj-idcut A. A. S. Society. i1Mt1iL1T. September 5. 1335. 4-Qw in our citizens in not at once securing, fori paltry .

4JBjir: 5i'njMrtant;
(
) Ihie kIr1 : l1)lt1'iFSI'. MARKS.Auzust :'rMlHE. Subsn iber returns his sincere thanks to his Independent of the above lands the subscr tier ha?

Co OfErr4irS, 110w in session, has deci- SOCIETY, ) Jj friends, and tho iuWre-ta general, for the liberal a strong und influential! connection in that :ronntry

) & Lt the law Congress, for the recipturi .New York, Aug. 8. ) ARII 11', encouragement he has received since he has been in which will afford him means of procuring end fur

. fugitre i ) 's Pnra mount to a slate law, and : S. L. Gonverneur, Esq. P M. New Yoik- 28th, schr. W.x hin ton, Sw.jim master, [lhi> placo, and solicits a continuance of their patrun'nge. nishing good lane titles, which tew if any PO! ses?.
e 2TCteJ He !IL >s just' returned from New Y. rk, and has '
rt d honiiue per&11 cannot claim the l benefit of the 1I 1 Dear) Sir-Your favor of yest- rda, covering 1 davNfrum. New Orleans-merchandize tu Ktrr & received per brig Somcrsett direct from that place, a 15 THO.1-tf JEFF GRl'.EN.August ..
Sliirgis.iiGth
i-epic giaiulo a letter from Postn'aster of Chailestonin cercral; assortment of fall and winter GOODS, consisting
brig Soir.crset, Lewis master, 21 days from Five Hundred Dollars Howard.WHER
-- ---- of the following Articles, to wit:- .
*
----- -" l the recent violation of the UnitwlIStatvs
I 7 regard to Nt'W York, vi.i KeyVel -.nen.'handir.e tasundriis.Caj.l. .
. [For the Fiort1ja IL] Super blue, black, green, drab, and adclaid Brodelolhs. EAS a most atrocious murder wj.s ccm-
'. Tl mail n) tint place: and pioposirij to us LIWIS ivpdis the schr. United Stat:'. from the b
1'ctcrs upon tdy of son, LITTLETON
\ .tfJtffrrun Coi"lty> .*"& "-'l935- i; to suspend the transmission of our publications Charleston Keys- S.of C.the for goods this port have, wrerkcd been landed on the at Florida Key Do. double milled Cassimeres, of different colours. DRTAN, on the 19th or SOtli day my of Fehrnrty, in

: 3e liv puerik aIIcmt has been i until the views of tin* Postmaster General shall West. part An assortment of super Satinetts. the year 1331, by JOhN BEMBRY. thin a citizen it

' ?.ature Wrjterjn th "Floridlali," under the sglll'w i be received, has been laid before the Executive 1 00 pieces Negro Kerseys, Strrseys and Purtians. of Florida: And, whereas, the Governor of the 1 er-
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English, French, and American Prints. ritory of Florida did thereafter issue his Proclamation -
r'bvol that sentiU'al
; Upon tk >? !mvcr ol> Dnlisl preat he- !; Committee of the; American Ami Slavery Notice.-Any person having Painted Muslins,Fancy Shawls, Handkerchiefs,and offering a reward of 200 for the apprehension

. .as blra"'ej' "is all comprehendmtj'brainle ) Liberty: j; Society, and I am inducted, very respectfully odd volumes or broken sets of Book Super Pongees, Lustring and Fancy Silks. of said Bcmbry, in order that he might be hnx ght to

:- IilanglI3g ( f the Celt4iratetl Koman t to transmit to you the following reply viz : bclonging'to the Book Store of William Wilson, will 500 pieces brown, black, plaid and striped Domes justice: And whereas the said John Bembry has not I
1 the muralirts tic.Ready. vet been apprehended, and b now lurking ardconi
ptrke oxygen 'Resolved, That while wo are desirous to \b: pleased to return them without delay.-Sept. 5. ; -
stimulations. and Cotton
Tlic
great made Clothing Bagging. hinischf in the States of Georgia or Al bama -

jCkvone fltu; t has been quoted by this all knowing iclicvc public officers from any unnecessary NOTICE.MIDDLK Bale Rope; black castor, beaver, drub, and Wool I herely offer, b.sides the2OO offered by the Gor.1 =>a

b o prove "that democracy is charactrrd difficulties and responsibilities, we cannot consent DISTRICT ov FLORIDA, LEoN COUXTT. ; Hats. ernor, the above re'i ard of $300, to be paid 1 0 any

. rte3trin g.cJ fcmiuns" Who doubts it?' Iii: cla- to surrender of the rights or privileges it has been rcpres-tntcd to me, by ; A few dozen Whalebone Bonnets. person or persons who will apprehend said B. mbry
'h can never prove that the any WHEREAS of lhe P.-ir, the Orliers of the 500 pair Russctt Brogan Shoes and lodge him ia Leon County jail, Florida.

. ty its very hone and sinew-has yeomanry not 1 which wo possess in common with our fellow- Court, by many Citizens of this Courtly' that, owing .. 500 pair Kippid Brogan Shoes. Said Bembry is about! 5 feet 6 inches high, portly *S
"
Qj S nj" lhe choice ofa citizens, in rogaid to the use of the U. States to the Sickness of the Season; to the nbs :nee of many Gentlemen's and Ladies' Walking Shoes. built, and rather chunky-dark skin and eyes, 'vilh a *f-

, 4te have but 1cw Representative.K Mail." Citizens from the Territory; and 10 other cause; u : 250 pair Negro Blankets, large Rose Blankets, &c heavy down look, and very dark and heavy '>eard. .
e34 lleste3dI\ questions to ask; is hetn would greatly piomole the convenience of the Public : Old Cognac Brandy, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin. lie will be drinking and frolicking whenever hi can
Wilh much obd't scrv't.E. .
, bere n'S! lrflhc Principle that ought respect, your to adjourn the next Session of the Superior Court i-f Rectified Whisky, Hyson Teas, and get liquor. He is about -10 years of age ami very

t Ii :Inbe.lhity cquul rights and privileges; riot to WRIGHT, Jr. Leon County, to a later period than thai now ap- Cuba, St. Domingo, and Jamaica Coffee. unprincipled m his disposition. raP.

z e, ardIe lead hunto the house of pleas- Sec. Com. Cor. Am. Anti-S. Society.To pointed by the Acts of the Legislative Council With an assortment of Cutlery, Crockery, and MOSES BRY N. S '

.. ; lhc W'lc's right, and waste .Voio, therefore' 111 virtue of lhe power conferred on Hollow Ware, fctc August 8 52-tf

I '**& more.ut- j Sown mid"' 1't revels.' He }ban the President and Directors the American me by !law, 1 do hereby adjourn over the term of the With many other articles, too tedious to mention. N.-B.-The Southern Recorder, (Geo.) the Montgomery :
- &ie "partjci1a,r" he has mentioned thetheXlIJ of Superior Court next lo be held in this County, lo the j : All of which will be sold low for CASH, or approved Journal, (Ala.) the Mobile Comul Ajlerliscr -

Bellaniv and Jlnti'Slavery Society: Second Monday of November; and do order and direct, Credit. Country Merchants eaj be upplled (Ala.| the Columbia Telescope, (S. C.) and the,

' "rne IWO 01' Bailey''OBr forgetting lo Gentlemen- have the honor to acknowledge that all writs and processes, now issued, or to be issued j at a smnll advance on the New York price Raleigh Star. (N. C.) will pliase give the above three ?
'oul
QlCL V A-s: lo the pro- the receipt of your letter of yesterday, be made returnable lo the said Second Monday I :The subscriber will advance, and ship Cotton to insertions and forward their bills to this offlc; for

I 1 *l? Uis SSiLS CXPCCt. them to .be fuU covering of a resolution of certain of November, instead of the first .Monday of October, New York or Charleston, S. C. He will purchase payment.
1iith for Juiu ad- a copy persons by law. Cotton. and give the highest market prices. - -
I CChargca III bt nuuerous. But described as "ihe Executive Committee as previously appointed ALEX. FORMY UUVAL.Beptcmber NOTICE. .
the Floridian
:. dt his promi- This order to be published weekly in concermd will take notice that Jane
. e tak Ir eist CCIlJal to the charge8, liprornis- of tae American Anti-Slavery Society." until the meeting of the Cmm- 5, 1835._ 4 tf ALL persons, widow and Administratrix ol" VJatthevr -

twhu.i; ; a rebuter, then comes on Col. Early on the morning of the 7th inst., I addressed (Signed) THOMAS RANDALL, Jm/fe. t. COTTON GiNST Hester, late of Gadsden county, deed, \rill pre

t accrhiflg U) the adrnslongt this a communication to you, enclosing a A Copy. subscriber has juat received, 14 of those sent her petition to the Superior Court of said coj taty,

.. i, lit hiirr8elf, the l-wise adviser. He has once of which I received from the Post Tcstc R. J- FLOID, D. C. L td C. S. C. TIIE advertised by him onae time back- they on the first day of next Term, for a writto assign,-diet, ;

to the inIrigue ofCnl. DellaPT.op copy ene September 5. 1835. 4 are pronounced by judge* to be an excdkut article. and* set off to her, her portion of the slave and personal

-S : fal1en greauie. Blush, Junius, master at Charleston. Referring you to the FOR SALE, Mon of them ate already dld: loose persons wanting, estate .f which her said husband died pot ses-

thata great man has fjllen in Israel* peculiarly delicate considerations which were NEGRO BOY, aboUt 13 or 14 years of ase.-- had better apply early. ed, and to which she shall be entitled according to

:. of the twin Colonels will be sealed involved in the case be presented, I respectfully A Apply to R. J. HACKLED JAMESJMcMULLlN. law/ J. D. WESTCOTT, Junior,

Ctjii''i Uerk a wrUGcaif, and Uiat Everett rVoposcd to you to suspend the transmission trepicnb-r 5, 163?. 4-If .Scrtembcr 5, 1835. August 29 3-tf Att'y. for Ietitit ncr. :



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.-;1'1'1' _-; J -" Watches, 1ewel] &c. 1 H. A. PIERSON, NOTICE. NOT1cE.

are requestea and authorized to \nnounce I Administrator tM the r.e t JnUaYyTeITI
' 1. WE gIX DlOuhsafter date as on AT ef Ga&&n .
'. JOHN IIA VIS, c&ud.Jate fto.r subscriber bas j UE feI Ut73U .T1 U\Z11a2 ;: the UDlkP
C3q. as a. 3in THE' I Estate of Henry Murray, I shall resent my I OU7t. I tCUtor ef
additional IW
the next LerislAtn CounciL an supply informs his friend and the accounts and vouchers for aettlement. ill and Testament of Joonataan TbOm
RESPECTFULLY ,
? I -u I 51-tf) or WATcBc ,JEWaLRT, SIL- : that he has just rreived rr. G. G. HOLT, Adm'r. will prrs.nt hii .N"OUnt ante YOU .her' for Set
SPOON lic. which
I ., .1E- ire: vithoflvtd to announce S.3ICEL n. A for TEa sate on ,his customary be offers rca Schr.Vm" P. Sarin, a complete assortmc&; of Goods 51. Marks, July IS 49.6m.akc 1 i; with said utau, and jraytobdi4arjGad'dcnCncinneS t

.1 1 9' DUVAL Esq ac a candidate to repre5cnt tenns. susonable for the present season. I L J. nicoand St. JDlqJ '$ Cmral Company..A I B. t -CH.Ex'r. .

' 100 Iieon Connn- in the next Lr.gi')1:1tive CounciL FREDERICK TOWLl Among them are the (olo"ilb! : N insuLiment of fiu doLLars per share is ht-rtby I II. I I 44-Em
Piece .
1 Blue Broadcloth
r.-. 1 .-Irilylth 47t1 Oct: 4th, 183-1. (Btf) 1 do.Superior do, BI1. do., I.: required to be paid to the Treas.zrer at the_ I momhs after d'ttc, 'e sI all .

: r J! J iuLl rised to anuouuce Capt. JOSEPH The subscriber hu employed a W lc-'fdrr dire I do' do. Brown Casbmuino. A irst mpany's Office in ApaJaclllco, on the tlht day ot :I SIX uot and Voocht'\u: EXf''I'( S StI(f the 1 O'ar
1V&re
S 1 1\\ Candidate to rtpresent Leon from Endand ; aDd assures the public, that any work rate article! for summer coats. Sep.cmber next, and a further i talment of fire dolIt t John Lester decaased J. tl Ih. Hor tbe Count UlI.t,for

. f amnty in the next Listatire Council. entrusted o him in his line, shill be dOLe prom tlv : 1 do. Invisible Green Athenian Cloth d ,. I / v3 reT shire on the first day of October next. I for the County ofLeon. ard :ppI' fl adiscbare.) COQlt

I f Jun 27th, 1935. 46tfL and in the best ma.nner. F. 1.In 1 do. do. Elk. Bombazio, i By order of the Board, JAS. J. Lt'TL'R
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I THOS. BERTRAM )
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Sec'y.
.,' ., J'WE art -aulhorilCd- to annouuce JA\IES. A. GcuLckn SllpCrior Court-"tlay Tam, 1S35.aniel 1 1 d.do.}. do.do. S"tten Silk Velvet Fac.eJ, Vestings, Arabchirola, August I, 519w.xfracjroflt March 21st 1535. 1VLLE-Tg S cExecttott

.t BEB.T1ULOT, Eq.a" aCandidattorepre-: :2t:1S
Bird -
Cornptvs. 2 do. Buff and White i!
Marseies.Vestir.gs,
. I4LnZ Leon counLY 1D the nest Legisi&tive CundL E the the Stockhldcrg -
tl I 1 2 do. do. ilk Pocket Hkfs. .; I miptutts.f CI muCing of \OTICE. -
June 27th 1535. 4Gt( Thomas Preston Jr.Wm. 2 do. do. Plaid Cravats tdd vII flu 20lA. ult.Ruolrci .

: J l ''WE &re authori5e'd tlJsnnoune AIlTUT'RIA- D. Jones CD 'T. 1 do. do. nk.: Silk d., !, That the Directors be. and they are I Iherebv .lil.a T of the GhJt-n nit January Term t f th COU1lty

CON E c.'tndi.hte uon Liukberry H. Jones, UH1:0flSt.t.i tc.ll upc..n the :tokhoders fro I 4Yr'unj. the nn'Je..j '
; "1 q. 3" a to represent And 'undrr ol.t artics.: s'"h ":0 Gum E1astic ta-\tor of tb''ttte rf Adl11i nt
\I 1. : JI J otty in the next Leii1v! ? CO 1n il. I II The heirs 0 Edward f. SU r.er.ders. White :1n.i BLu'k Hair.Co.iL! Stocks, tin e to tie, fi'f such insu1men as tt.ey mdY dcern"r ;' his M f.fmtrn V ( ikhrtdcd ,;
"-'OUf'lS"
Jane Doyle deed. and the ex\dic.'nr.. and the \Tan of the Company require n'f'nf'r ; frr !t t 1
1 f 2Gtb. J 935. 4'f; :I Brown Lmen Gloves. Ln.n C"Il.Jrl.V'h: e Cotton : may .1Jd estatt, and pray t. f-.e dl, h" >..t "rn ,
he irs ofWm.Hmbly. : : Provided, that no instalment b. catted with-
I and Rand(" half H'e-- cc. &c. AU ordctS will be ft.r 1htl'tf-orn
EDWARD :
'.TE are :mthlrise .o anror.c' to the s3t.i f.tctOt of the I I (,ut at 1 l'ast thi'y days public notice being given 10 JtE.1. (alL :HP.t: J
appearing ankfa1Iy lceinJ md Ad '
.. r y CH.DLER, E q.\s"1 c.U. !i&.i to rpreaent IT Court that the Defendants, Thornacstcnjr. May 36 : 4 ?PtHht'y-f tltnJeJ t.). :. -\r'\IH'1I'oh. Tallahas. and C ouirthus.Ruorcd I ( ;atl'.c'f ..n s-,'. '. ; .Jurie 151',. 1' ;:,. 13.-e, r,
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Leon roun'Y the next Lcr.:1.nc: Co.mC1. P: and Wm. D. Jones, do not rcside in t1erritory That altinst.ilnientcon Stt..k which: miycalkd EDGE -
TOO
.:. I -3ne27IS3. 4Gtf T b.t rede; in the Town of Colunbm! :, Gco. H.4. PI'RcON be : for by order of the Board of Dlre.Irl1''. ax.il lIE S.

r. ., ttJlr e are anhorie to announce ; and the ie"H t :e of the heirs: Edward Doyle JccJ.a.nd ; I wlkhhaH nnt be paid: when clue, J:1.1 1 'e forfeited I T and slibs'r1hr.xr.dcrs other 1 ,'.dp Tn. 'i- he S1J;r.f.td .;.'h,1'
.3. trfI:1'h4
I. tic 'rcrs of \9m. Ibmbly, is unknown: it is too tile Company; bu the Directors tin eercis thl Ir I \ "Jraco
l1z0. E. DENNIS, Ec- .5l cutidu to repcse.nt I, tl:ertfor. f':1 c10ticn of the Complain.tnt5 Solicitor wn diccrtri 'in runiuir g the penat'y; P,o'\'IJeJ, \ n. lInt & CQ.. D"nla.Iu. 't.._- _... ry c..ur r

3ft Ccrnty in te u \; i.itaive ccinii. i orJereJ nat publication be nnd.areeili y to th. the m'.ney is tcuJcrtd within 30 d:1.Ys aflf'r it 'eeoim sue IU t'11 trem at wn'le.ak, at faJry pr .., Illd
dd'
O ion nhd-nt of the
I rch 2'3 22-a
)$ I catute in :! ct.e n13dc and provided, and that salt d and in anst'3 inLeret at the rate of 8 per ten tr.1nsfA'ra'. ri.e.t T' '
-V warr.-tfd5huiIj
.MIDDLL flITRICT.-G.DSLZ SrrLak:, COt'R' I I de fen&antsappc&r and pleJ, answer, or demur tC' -er annum must be paW 00 the inst3.ment! horn the they break fr l'\11 a .iw,Orf.AI
!ray W.
Dwni4 G. Rae J 4 In TrCSp:1.SSCl:1h C3!: f'.:1 :! the cornp1tthnts bill filed in this cause en lr befurt I Lerchant it T:1Sc.. ThO'OIp. .emr, they "I be 1:4. 'l-tn .t fl'r Ol tt1

I I Oto ge W. lla.rruC"i, preLCL I I the firs day of the next Tern of tu! Court, lr thi'.m" M TI10S. BEtTRA!: Scct)". I lireiivcdsbrrtly.x. are no'K' IJelc; mal i'r .ris m.

'$ via4i'v4-C ae 1 m r. t.d rvnr.dr.dm 1 a Wla bt taken P ; c :1ftSso.A Tailor Office ,f the L. \\. lnd St. J. C. C l 1'. l4tl. ( rEO. L.X3Hpril .

.1. 1 I flgrriso* 4Ra&ey, for S tOO damge. true cop). I Apal 'I'i. f'.h. July Q1. 1-\; S --31).lm I

1 I ,y4. Att4ctrnt f' 5 lS iSELLd .tttC5t, J. hARRIS, Citlk.h 1'\.OrI&E SOT 4AL
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J I i.ohn Pigg' j J'lt 19,135-tt:7'5tC.VO. } 23 41-4m r'LLAnA!!!!, S E'Z.OUDA. X nr:1: from tItte we will prsent our \'on'o h'r. C I:.
!
1 :.5. S pr.-n ; any '
Ttfm
I 'r NEW GOODS t and accounts i fc r a setlemtnt, anti '.a11: at.y .a.c f't' r.t- Tur 'V:. ; .Is.aI\r.stthett..
j T lE 1eferJ.ntar.d all ott rp interested. nrE here. received t. the hon. County Curt f\f Gadsde:1 Couny ,'f-r : "C f J' if..rym Cf\t11lr! owH Sar.r Jk
6 ncaed ofthe znituii ofthefuJ Salt, and subsc-ih have btcJy by sundry I : tnro.J 1:1 at f ted
: TilE Letters of ; sa
t or I Distrision A Tministrator 0' de wntsof the
.s ( "tl1. r. tht
\'r.e. tn
," of F .rcin : 'ucnhi.r
4' t c f he trSUii Clf szsiiI A\J\chncnt, IUiol t'l' rpcar ana ; $, a gccul aSOrLwcnt \n; 1./1' Iiezc.kiihVilder: toJopb :
laze of said County J. 'd. C.rsF.sr.! A 'y.
; : L3W.
't
ar..t
Hardware Prr.\,1- all
Ihr.utic Gcx'd
Grc-cents.
;, ,
t t pkd lO the de-duuion: fled in s..iti ase, aclroirg i Dry per"'n indtbtld
WM H. WILDER, Adm' h9 s.irJ) Lst..rc hrev!
the St.\tl1te in 51':11sc m1. and pro'-iJed. si S.Jdfry.! C1uirLaLive'po'! and crmmCin Earth. Ire rC"y.j o rr.\e
t I .
Cottn Bale ANN BLRLEY, Adm'x.Ia t", subscri.JEr. JOhN A C P"j II'
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I Dur..J June 19. 1835. ern Ware Cl5ting rln. B.tgifl. Rupe \ \' 3u 42-6m eTHRF.RT.
1. D.: n.ESTCOTT, Jr. i and Twine; which tltvfier low ffr C3sh, o. tr punrtu C tfl3ied! Executer.fa .

1unc 271h 1 E35. 4t-4141 Au'). for PI'tff. tu 1 cu.stornr Any business conmcted with tpiscorcern H OTICE.IX : ,' 2'- .J1.f

I wiLl be ateided to at Tallahassee by 11.tiu:1 I months from date, I will present my VOUChl'fS
& of COlto : I IIVEtt"O\IPLAIr-:
DYSPEPSL-\
Shipping .
Storing Kfrr. and aCCJltn fir a se'r.lemtnt, and shall apph3, Ps-'es'o

I'TEaR 4TeRG [ witIattcndt. ) Storing ana KERR & STURGES. ; t to the i.on. County C-.u..t Gadsden Cuunty fr Let dil in'. whn. for !everal I v'tr. h- Of P 1JiclCf urll

t ; C... --t."j. "ili( ats advance OrC,1ttn 'r. "Pork!. Juh.I1t -H.: 4B..2:1 I D IRE C T ION 8. t e.q of ismis'Si"m .1' .drninitretrnr! of the estate of a tentin to 1lt treatre r I .,dved hi, (ntre:

1 f'ur.s'd t ) t..r'r: C.lre fIJr shqmeut to a .' Thurmond The Jcha"J'lBhb: m, late of said Coun', decd. "ases has l.r intdtratt d:
'JuSE' suceeeqcd
J .
James $ IU.h. I height indispensable.I. ; by c tiCa1: ;\1'.i"
f ttIt.rket' : In ti t-I\I ( ta.tes or esewhre! ; aw1 "11.tiurcuL.sp' So ,1 Attrtchmcn. Ilound the chest under coat. : II "I'U' S. GR.\', -\dm'r. :hcsis. In trr.1In= :1 e .;, 0.) .'' ,11 c and '..

at tjt ," tb\r Stores 111 T.1Ltbassce r"r StMlrk. 2. Do. ". Quinfw 30 42.6m mat.e vegta'1e .. nrtl prol.
J. '\T. Dty, sisto pnuci'cs. \\ r. '
.. I- -- L Oct. 4: b. 19J ((8f) TilE Qcfenfhr.t! and aI'1thcr-! :3. From hack-seam to lb--.w md knu,ki}join III the Superior Court for the COUtlty 'Of Leon l1lme 1f.l1.fJ'Iit': s. 'IT.:11r.:.r:t t.:: .,-r IVa 13. wtllchhu.Hn the

I TRf ASUHEIl'S :OTICE.I : : arc hereby nltifit..l 4. Rour tl.e thirii.i .1id. Diet. ofFlorida, 1prit 30th: 1 3j. I nrf'H.J. 'lr n.e. p.'r l"ir..t 'hr io1e '. :erttcfr.e

t ": Att.aJ.rn.nt has been sued out of the ciie 5. Fr"1 tll< hlp-Jjut to the am'e. 8)r'f'\1 fhlt, Truste. nd 1'I c cri.e'. .n 1E '1r.- .r- ': ;= :\1di
I ThT1TLRF.JS OFFICE, ) ..f f the Court no By the aboe scale of ;ri.L ::-d tc.-. td'. s Crt
Cerk! of G.dsdc-n CGunty ( ) atlIht n1eurernent. e'1tlchcn! : at \ Crejl'r., Cnmpl'ut. :tnt: 'r.Zen.; -.1'y r.rre .rIJe .
T. ,. I wh Sth 1e33. : 'I ,. 'r.
,
,, . .l.L.L:1..f : Dtfendant and all jthcrs inteJesl d. are herehrCGuired \ ,Iist\nce h may be cnihl'd t. rwar.j their rasure J ohn H. Parker, Je.hn W t tcr 'l.u W .f".':.c..- :cr .-I.f'-I'Tf' :.b 1LI'.". ,_ ..
I : c2lo'r:1Jr.I: 2 1 iti.s prr.j -" '
: .
B ?, to arpea.r and plead to the dechratton fltlI which will f-'' '.' ct wlil, rfr"11ttenti n.41& I.U'\3Sir. C. C. \-ili.1m.! )> Is Ciiictir.nd i-L.'r-1- ..k>,'. !'' r' :.::' :: 'Cl_:. '. re io: .
hI'j.! \tj B".1"'J A" ti"'n't.11111 -< t.emcrt '
I toy : ,I in tbc I :.';: : 1",; h.
i cace. cErGuscN, ., bi R.'crt \\ 'Viliizns!! rtiIS.
& Lt 1vro\'v 1..i, ty. t.c J I. .1.. .; s" tl.c Co.r."r.. :r'f Jne; n 4 .3m:; All'Y. for Plaintiit A. PH-.L. '. : I .loll! Jane AIken, Execlltru.I I Anr. : e ,- ;.I.t-. .r.. .. ...f".r 0!"&.:;-;..:u: L.; .
.fth I tv.u in- ; er. .
i \It th Tr'r".iei ( TUI ry (fOr.di! : !..J :In I H : .te oj' resppct-ully : Ed\\3.rd Aiken deed. I:?..::j, rr. :.!tuIr.y.. t-Ia ,

.,"t 2 Idl .ttcU.itcr: < in1I quutr1y: i- c. '.:h yr :r C"It1u'f. STORAGE AT ST. \IARKS. S furm those 'It'his forma patrons, anti he rub- Defu1'-1tS. t -a: h. ":t1.1! -?' !y. 'r",. :!: ",:: r 1jt1r1.l"; 'n.,tar s.,
: : '
J ty. .a.f' 't ,
; : 'in on the I..t (fJ.muary, tru.s..a to the Trvnc I lubscribp.r having rented that and c generally that 11f WIll continue the Tailon :g fui iI. i- h ;eint .E
large corn :
t-
f : under :\th, t.\kcn before nmc Juige, /0: Y t.: .t: THE )(!"* \VarehQu ormniy occupied by.luJg" \S on hi own account. in all its various hrar'eJIts, at THC Sabpoeni l3.rdJ! in :bs ::'jt; .;(frf'tt-a'-is: rLarrv afi\1 :d chtr r f ::.rr'::>" '.\: '..i 'irr.eI

1Iht: etT'itI him wish tlc m.j il..' ; the old establishd stLIlJ formerly occupied by tht ; nr.t havznr ben exec ,. trr.'s: .re3zv I: .tn"r.t.
,I hv a'r.znt : :t \\ Crlc. tkii this opportunity 4)1' informing hi : I t h.-ti' 'rah. '

I time and place 1 sind tur W'I!: ..t.: .< ..r.'h.3 :'.:I .'_- .1 riidc and the piblic gPflcrily. ttAM aU gl.d. store I i Ucosrs.the R.atcIi.iiiki'B .. J. B. Dull. tn.bli..flTnent, \lrJnroe street, atlj0in-1 ted\ on the, and Dde-nJanLS it appearing, John to H.the Parker sat:\'d t (twl1 Jnlnlassie oi ,t1-e;. t! t I t r..t..o: ... 1'J.r ...:.I.'".et.'..'. (;...1..t'.'-.........r.,d- -f,:,1SOIC,
of f'
I
ng
-w, ttl tUCtttOeS :ue t.\kr. f with ; lrTIsan t'J
Itk : nqtre .0): n"l."C t him shall h\w hi" StriUCEt attention, and tlletrI r .f '!hc bnwt's.;
l! A.'li.l 12w, z tnd cord.lrm to it, r'l.it.s upon their D .nrJ; I '.rJus wd: be attended to with and de I T'wlt, Isq.t here he will continue to !;:&p ,10 han Court that they are not ml.ablans tif thIs Iitrici 1. rro'-.r ": !! !tta ,h afr rca ,
i-'r.mptnes g. I b ut lire in the United : I1:1 : T.' 1 "" L dzz.-,' '
' t must be ir.siitttcd. Jll.IC' ,1' :' Cort I bvicc assortment CJf F\sllicl\lblc and -eco. 'lilt I States: lh said Jr.hn II. PMktrin ; .r 1 e'i'< : '"r'tur. cr
.e Ct.II.ty : ( &th.
trf EDVLN W. DORSEY. ,
rt nml -t'-,1tit., .
i the 'Vfgtcrn Distti.t \ :h tLe' rf ,
' 'ss
;f 'I requested with'lIlt .1 iiiy. tl for\\\I, f'1'Jil4.rI ccr:4: ", : A c.ril 1R 36tfI (;OODS of tee btest iu.port."ttlOl1s w lid1 hl'w ill fut. cf this Territory, ard the !:;I :' ,. "Q.1d.ten T.itl'Jn' aUI '1.:1.\\11"
.i i i'h .tJHn John W. Massie iu the State of Viriiia It i 8: O'II; r, :!'i:iIesF. f.rt .
lU\d.approfed, the DJ"ds of I1"Tt..r.t: m their fE.vGRq ; ; to the ('i-dc r fJftho.e who mlY -ctsc tJ : 'H'Jered ; n (f
.; and IrDn;
T"s !: t .
1 ;I. aSSI.m, Ccl.ItLJ'f.S11: I VLV G. '.I.\'our him with ttir! !ntr'1nap at the sht'rtcsi ltie :, tlut: the said t Defcnd.lms ap2ear and answer : ; pain un'.t k: i 1:1 l.e: bel

J J31ltl Trr.\cI.rer ..rl!." T rri"f\' ..-'JI'I;' ,. nCo in the most Iur :'If :wd fashonlblt! : ,! 'll'. nj : the comphin.tnts bill accordii.g to law. And thu: a :iaru.r, d hurt'1; 5-t' r, e.-'ki! .rd. I .r. .!, tll C'ior:

0 H. Thro'Jp. E7IgrrtT. "fBank otc<. 'fl1pc. I Ii .1' re-isonable lern;" ;c.r- Liberal dduCfHm will b'.. : COPY 01" this order be forthwith in.crtcd in the FI0ri- uno iSiltfSs Ith thJ:, '' :;1! [..::1 '1 l .c sJ, of
New Buok. i Portraits heads ofBiUs, DolEines and Vi'.. : i i.tn for three months tor.1'.S t. &,.
II;" "II al; 'fttTS fur cl."h, or :. Tb! sticcccsivly.(8iznedj
rumjJr
{ ; paymen :
! I tST rceied. ThCtr1"rs l c.f V lr=n.11 Ffll"i :n: C.wis DipiflII'\ 'tJt3.rial lnd Sotiny Sa!. : S ,IJ5IriLtr"CI 'd 1'C"I n J.:" .illCtl e t; :lIIKr t".1'or : [ THuS. R.\\DALL. Ju"gT' -. Thl' abo'1'idadis' ; d '1) ('ri"Ii. t'Jr'! rf'T.c

', t i 7lc Pttrnpkin The C '1uct. .\ Wirir In the !, DCtOr Ptc, ,'. nrd al 1 kinds \bsvllic Ergra'ing; easuperlir ) ,, \ :. and hope!tili ry 1.10 1Lt'U'Y! :.nd 'ric' ft' !last tnlifJlI, i ito 9t. J. :. LISS, Clerk. itlflach, h"'. r. and h ,1t.t r'lij):trnS'Jttti : ::: rN"y.: n.

\V's; ,\ 11 n Pr ...tt. Sharps L..tf '. Exc'Lr: f'i : r.cl\tf'm n.anr.er. Specincnsrnty lc s'c I merit and r"cei\"l 1 f'lwro'' .1lrf' oi __\Ia.: 30th 42.3m ), .A iUIeexy! &. :.ce r.JJ':: t. :;'P.It.nttb
I \t :\11'. \\.I.or.: Blflk Storewhrc odrcr5 Le kfIar'iL p\rllrafe. I its. IeSl-, and ttr.n n' .
I ezn 'r'
Character!, :. ,. r.ay TaIIJtla'cee 25lh \ ; :11. I l.t S5 :U.fJm : jV'I nt.
li t Bo.ks. ...L.SOt i T i'KI..l' ; \ 1tb JB3j. ROWANB'S Pepartd by P. PETER1.., 3hlkdgevi!! ,
i .l .Sigi a'J ornarcrizal : cxecteJ IlUlJ' TNICMIX'IUiI.( : I IIIYt.nt\ t:1.! S.'e .
.
i ;t ; The Religiuns.s uvnirfc r 1-:35 ThTtrn: ir..1 painir.g as Li.F' .jJL or. I

.tt r I &iIlvenlr. fur 18Ja. WjV1LON.. I t!,1v.- I AND TONIC MIXTUlE. I I T'sti"c's.-ur.tr.c, : t:: "a' s f:1i !. be ad.reLitive II II I
" 23th : ,Iqnhi (o. I L'e Pills.I. FULL supply of this v.\lutblt' nH. dtu.'f'd to tIf' ,
4 ;\llUch 3",1' t si AcE To jACKO.NVILLE. A cine is just I Irecci t\r !(er :r.' nrps'i'trfrrme
-- :; Cjt.-( ;, nCf: I' t'' ,. nd. 1 shall hereafter i \ly tIt"St; mt'rir! I
J NorI.F: (1U. n'tl"!;;'i'.1 Itttm;: :.- t.o pal'1'msi'u"I have ;t constantly! 011 iting p. t. : :_ .!:are d.ntdt
*J ". ,: The public are informe 1, iiiati.s fjf I It Jw.llll1's3Iutf..I..: \Icd.. : hind.Ir j i s 1m.if'lIt tl s.ltisfy t11. n..' '. : ::.: L :tskq- rial I
;1 '. citbtrbcr rcu1rn, 1.:1 I'lIl't s tf 11" : :- that Line of Stagc eatc, "II thc Ins :
p regular rtubi- dctrrnied IS
a = W.1RIUXT
T to c.ide th.,I..al's 'I ) TO r.E A SAFE SD EFfECTC..L :e1tEMLD rTcm Dr. J't.n&tS Euet .i.P. '
c. t4t rf'1ca.
J" the lih"r ,1 ,, I.i Ce'ipcit.
i..r t.r'"I' .
"I"f'II'I.I ':: !
"
ex'husively tel in thIeren k'EVEn AGeE
: has been cstablislwfl agents ; ni the FOR AND JF TAKEN ,
F'\rtr. CiF.EAL if/It.
.t i. EiflCP hI I.a bpn in t :.,." \wl d js i : j'j'TO J' fl'y J" : sir: "f,
i- =
; I
; j : iR t''h : I r'untry. fnJcu WhOl1l 'toie tltt Tin: DJRECTIOS-- I!
.. arllcl Reports been
gUluL71t be .
having ClnuTatt
.
I ''h( I. T.iilihassee and Jc.ksm\'J.lc: : ,via ::hWHIH.t'I'tln (1 ti Ew-OI.LUS [[
l3
r'.1 !!
, "rofthtir Juts n''i
"fl H': hr. J 'f' had and to the I Irusiti'JII' that this
patrntl'f' p'r ; guard more cffeCl'a1Iy! mxtuTfo nrams arscltic I .
i''ln r tilt in tU1 thrcetlJ I T it
: 1.r..nTall\ha IIJI rJit Li- ( U O'1l .
.v COiUlr-Ti
r.J.tlj -
se nri
.' ; S b 'rVv:
: "jJr.e frnrnrW \.CJrJ(,. C''jcr,1s"'ortIIIPlt: '..1V cvry ; .)f ulla.ltllori'fdnders the P. thu t that I
thee
In ad .tt J.1rk5"n"'jJ; ; he !has an..tr.lct d i prator to Sol y re"orr ittt! icrnJ t't\'t' w1tritsstd it ('j't'rHin.: ; D- P,
re arrving on Sa:1lrJay-fl'nlf. j 0 't-'s .1cJkj
(OOD
"rJe: ft.nrl F"nl'j' St4) :, hats H.I! lIS a (TIS I.t Jhtonrw York ; -. I h'l' 'J 4
Phil ar.1 ao au otftr .
d'hphii. nnd : 10 a RItu.1r.l I JO t' StomJchicc-
"h.'wc traqkrs: thr North will fnd (1 /lri'ati il
w ) AnJ Irf'O'ln'jO"r"' ... to ; rudv cr1 I II :1 m n.t.t'r t.f ', :ir.e:
, r.Dtlery, Crockery, 1. n.J. ft.I" Ihltim'Jfc! t'J mce ntl stes to nzercants and f'lhil"J D"llars to anyoneho will the [[ very
10f)0.
St. I Ij I 02Uy / prove eXItuce npeJ.ti u..l Ll'Ht"aTtC'i"I '
J of bhtk and brow .yatLct: to Augusti hy 5 1;es. and t" S\\HII : : ; .i ion5! rUHingikt! ,
C1'ths
tIr.g biteb blue, L c Jr. tilt 'Jeici'zt, t" be tht kat .
carried "
0'Ars'ni.
; Clf ;
l.d.JUT. !' p.'rtldt Mercury Ar.tllhQUV i i-e i ilj :
.
: j 1 t'j"tlr.Sta b lt FI t1.I'C fCl' w"v S2I ( (PLtfl.2J 'at il.tIl \\ c'veia C !( nf the eIIt r: rJtmH.ftt. !
if.uol mil.i f'ren
: C'lSHJ\cr
: 'J tr' Ca"' : : i ofa ;
: other
; Lars; quantities: pernicious article In lnmatlOn CftLe Of anr ''Jbinotls ingr-ient m it. 1\r1 i'' ,f.h !
: were atc.niLit. .
1 : 's .\t :':P.tt ; ErlgtJsh, Frenchaf1d American Print< : IM3J. 2Jlfl .JAS. \1. HARRI nt1i'e lix'Jre have been raiufcturcd! I In o.-cr! to impJ.miun from tf1.lY I hne tl\ hr.sa' -
In' Lu.tns ItHIlt : counterfis. r..0prsozis !:!" n in d1t"i.u-in
It tie vaN!
; lf"t .i.c:
!! hak: : Lurin:: "nil Patcy Sdks IUlei SkSIiawli; ,' :'c S. C.mstock & Co ofNew authotI5cd rrtI'Tltiont
r York :lOd 3t1tta tht except agents "iJl! Le iurnishiJ by I tI. .stres.sinf
I 'r aim. ts !,. I.. .
t11' Nap. &e.t J.-.lc.onet, Sss .nd Mull \lu..I'11 : New Book Store.TIlE Scutla (0' alt. Te name RO'l.clrmd insttnd cf HowI I the Prupritor with the mixture to &tit a"din. I am t I I ::.oxkdEe.! J.\H" : t \S frtrcOnc withinuiy !

.f'li' % ? 4. And 5-1 br.wn r.neesLL"). of a superior cl'J3lity .. nnd. is tJ.e bunks Cif the sole for luJe! EWELI.\1.D.
: ub.rriLr I has rlrtind and will open inni l. on imilatiull. The :mine ,I ant Florida, at a.1 asurLd hy 1.1 i.
.t t \ tton nl\tin!: and Nrn C"tho1: g.neraI as. rt. : : artlci: be hall of the foo! Rowand that Vi'! :' sC'rrv: Gt'.. Jan. 1531.
r ), 'n"xt door South of \b.tl"r's Slore) m\y \\ ing j-crsor.s. ,, :.r .t.renu (except a small lot srJ! to 'Ir Ltdl" .) I Tiedt'r
,
;h. 3er.tofShoe." f\ vFrety Clf C'Cickerv Ware, I1JIJI'w 311 assortrueifl of UOOX'i and STATiONArY and wo..tJh Id t IC t .Igents in tI.is Plrt (.f Ic'rldund Ccrgi. not a single ijutt! : kl ken or will be sent, or sold r.v j: :":r.-d .an 1t. r.: I ntjr.-! tc the s..pc:

I t :.j'U'. tv''\r Cutkty. Hat. .,. Also, Cognac Brand y, ,: glad tl supply! Ilis! friends and the commnnily in F.. ,8. Perkins..General Agent Talah.tse! hiri t.nny jrsUtt in bJdlt Flo-:
l' : ind Gui ; ict1y, t.'rr'lpjrtt1.nrj lartt\\'II'IC 5 t general, with auy artides in his lige on th Jl'ost ret.s'ln3bl : 'VJlhun: Ktrr & Co.. II.0111:15"1.1e .ir-tnic has bun discorercd ill allY ?l11iJtllr c.lltJ I Dp'Pt'I'.i" : Liver Ctepr.ts

I 1fitt l.'. (,thrr l\rtic\p. tf tedious flJ mention. Pu r- I !< terms. Although his slrtmer.t is not p James C. EccJe (tuincy, I II lc"anl!",, it must hare bttll in SOl1l1 oft/ic 'furiolu im Ii. i, ::'r.l Dr?crv.n.l1 "Xpt1fn'e.. '.VM r G. JOIINOY.)
H p's
\h'dlt'll1'e
: i: '; t' : n ; td t.c.1i1ard examine f.tr thems'.e S. very genrahtie experts tl rr.-ke i it si' by dlipmcnl & I Kerr & 8uuge". :t. Marks, tat Ions. All persons therefore. who vish the gtlll/i1H i.' t'J'lI.trX '_'a Ihi'aiir dr: ptt up 9I'
h fun
r V ALEX'I. FOrni[ DtV.\L. I ready naJe, and others to be madc hy the first vseis ,.- Thomas Altxan'Jer. IIirktow; Tnir JI..rlrt- hnuld Lc cautious of whom they In, p:1ccb WI irt'ctlr'cs : r uig. FrJC1 or.e
,
pu irclLast t) three .iH
f Tl: ,' -Si' f', :. I J3. i'rces be nCCCSSl to
4. 13lfl y CL\1f'Iw:t C11C.
front the : ll Libel wihibe
ortl. Darius WiI1lams! & Cu.. \lol1tirt-b.: : My en evcry buttesnd6yn! : ,c. : The : it1 f.
d. ptrrrl.A
: : :.1 i rryR.\r.E STORAGE! STORAGE He has a.st the Christian: A1rnrntck published e x. Golding' Form! hi1asouky. I E: B: PERKINS Stile Agent for 3lidde! Fkrid.. j'.rce IJ' the above .
grl'.t nltlMe!
.t pres1y for FJoriJ, caicalahcJ for the Mt'redian of The ldtl of E. U. I'erus wjl: be all hc bottl NOV 23.1 GIJ3nmy very prep.ratrs
tJn ,
I it : .JJition to his old vnrc-housc .e es I.t". :U be kl'pt Lard
( t .tJr.Ha.ntr m bj"
I. Tallah:15sl't and sold!
ti'd cntaining local mattu in rt'Jal nn hy the above 8; r.s. -
:
: / ,,.' scribrhs reccnt1y.rtcted a spr.cio"s to the Territory, which he offers for satc either by the TllI.haoscf'! July 7th. 1837. 43f! E. B.'VLo PERj. I\S, TJ.' !: asst,'

;.. r., a.,' ;/ feet, furrcccivingettcnarad g-otls. gross. dozen, or sngIc copy. lit !S atith.nised to dispose oX I cmt.ra. wLo..-
f \fOTIIY I'CARTY. Dec. 13. 1'34. IgLI JAS. S. LINN. Gttdsdm Superior Court. sale or reuil, on as reasur.ibe! terr:1SIS tl.ty cn be

'.' t i' .t. \iar\I, D t.emh r 27th 1831. I. Henry he, oiitaiied of the proprietor. Aisbr .
vs.Liulehury. Ooct"s. HOL\lES & VMr. 'IL .u t CamL.dlton.
j I I cump'l
NOTICE.I H. BALSLEY
I I Drugisz:;i ApaLchicola.
i T-lr.: uhor.nbcr will jIIX nllJnltls from date. app I y .. Henry \V. l CiIANCEr1. I 305. PRIESTLE

the J lid!C t.f tho CII1Jnty Court of Jeffersoun liT. Gabriel Smith and I TLe followu'g! are few amo:1g t f.e n ::- PETERLb'

'v. for a oisml.lion from the Adn.inistrauon 01 sf1. Benjamin ward. J .I ; \ been either eniirely cured or greatly Lcnentt.j

f 4. the e.ua. 61Jf 1S3.H'1.Her, dc 'd, Iltte Clf said cur'}'. Itesporiden ,I .t within the last twelve munths, I y the use of Dr. Pe

F'nA\CIS \lILLER.. Adn.'r. IT appears from salisf.\ctory e\-dence that the LI I ters' Medcin.! Stomachica et iIepatc. wIthin UIJ

1 1 : -lun.. 23d. IfJ3i. 46-Cm fendants, Hcnry \'l. Pl'cLIts, Gabriel 1 Smith, and _ I state cfGeoria.Mrs. .

.on. SALE.. CenJlimm Ward, do not reside in this District, but lADE and 80ldholesule! antI Re- Abner Hllks! WiikixOi.Mrs. .

1 I reside in the States of Alabama antI Lousiana FrederIck Capt. JHl1tS 'ViLis d. .
It
t mST r.\te PJA\fJ FORTE : is county. Md. by C Henton ]
,11 A It. J., HACKLE lrply tn therefore ordered that they do appear befure the Judge concerned in the Patent with Dr adkms. Ccii I \\m. F. Brand, c.l'.

ja a\ 42..tfi .f of the Superior Court for the \hJdlc District of FJo.ridt The above Ointment is utTered to the public a9 a'ale I Wayne SV [ 'land$, ES1. Lmrcr.

i: -, G3dsdc"1 County, [sittiig in ckmcerYJ on ur and certain remedy fr those obstinate tliseasest I Bryan AlIen, Esq. do.CiL .
i Oft. It. ."E'S I before the first day of the n November Term of some of which ha\'e 80 long baffled the skill of ruedicasc1enc. i John ,\-. PtJrcrorg:1tl..

n zQaa W2Z a J said Court and answer the blll filed by the Comflbin. Sanford Ci.3pman. Esq. Jones.

.Is \0..1 LUP mo..t IfiCaClOU'iCOnvoi.u.c, HI the I.A FULL 'i. tnt in this case otherwise the same will be taken pro 1st '"hite SwcJlingsof every de9Criptlon. 'I AIexa'der IrvIn, E q. WashiagteiCol.
.
of
.! .. MLtIIcA for the cere of that claM! of inftatc \: t .herb and supply flower Lnndreths' superior arden c"nfusu. 2d Sore Legs and Ulce! uf long standing. t I Geo. G. \1Hh\\: Greea.r .

:;.e11e. produced by ft.n impure state of the seeds just received and warrenteJ July 18 49-301 3d Schirroor Glandular TumonrlJ. particnlllrl ;arch 1st, l35. 3)tf'pci
b1ood aLbd a "iti&ted habit of body and fresh ; by b..B. PERKINS thoie ) r
\ usually exh ibtitig \1 arch ist, 1815. 30tf 'Iiddle District-Lton SnpeTior Court-- hardened tumoursin \vomen's tJrea91. wbich often

( 1 thpwlleh..el in the forms of Scrofula alt Rbeum, John! H. Browning and B. times termin3te in, ulcerltl'rl PAnrCl. I THE ASTH.\I.-\- -- .Ar.. r.n'iSILJPTI"iI _____ _
1 -- --- -------- ---- -- -- - 0.
Lepro- St. Anthony's Fire Fever orell (even when FRESh DRUGS "VINES- r."n Drownmg, _'lerchllnts_ I 4th Felons or what some people know by the name I, 'I'I' HE most prevalent and fat:I of aU Disee3 inti

I zbe bouee areaected,) White Swelling's( "Dlied and Co-Puftners, trading I Iuuder o Catarrbs of every description. d.-nt to civilized societv-tt e CUD3umptioa-ml1

"ith Dr. Jebbi! Lirin..ezt,) Foal and obstinate lJh..ii Surgical Instruments, c.I and using the name )> arrcuct. fith Rheumatic Pains of tbejolnu. I generally .Je traced t. the least A!arming of disorders

F r &re legs u$1 flea scald bead in children scurvy and HAVE of Brown & Co. I 6th Sprains and Bruises of every description or in. a light hut neglcct6d cold. By Istimation it appetrJ
\ e orbiaic i P"'Dpled -r orbunc1ed Faces, feateriaptione. just received a f fih ll! supply 01 fresh \5. whatever part sitt1at I. that one hundred ai.d fifty thOUS Id persons die annl1ar.
I a4fd "f'ntrial taints, the Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure J 7th Tette I result
throughout body, William B. 1ielton. of all kind In thiscomp13int, the I tIJ.rth consumptJOn. 31otoihese dreadtul
I
iicb Iatcarethe drops \"n cure when mer uy PORT, JtI.'lDEIR.'l & -\lUSC.iTELLE WI.VE, THE Defendant and aUothcrs interc.sted i tJent, in appl'ing the Ointment must keep the p:1 I I 1y be attributed to common .Old! aDd I negligent

ii'r1f'J j: ("al. T1ey are 11.1.,0! the be8t Spring aDd Antumrl" in bottles, imported specially for the use lIf the by notified of the institution orthis stilt. that, arc Attachment here-i- out of wacr part I treatment of the barrassing cougl that generally efl5which !

t J physic to prify and cleanse the system from humonr sick W'eigand & Snowden's superior AMPt"T has been issued and that they are hereby rquircd 8th ChiLblains, or parts affected by frost.4 I I is Uillalh fohZoweJ by diIcuht breathiog. pain
I 1tbieh frequently appt&r at these seaions of the It is also of the best the side and at last Violent ant
year TING, TREPHINING, OBSTETIUC.\L, EYE, DISSECT1KG to appear and plead to the declaratifln according to one remedies for Barns and, Ulcerated Luogs. j
.: s 'riey a1itid the pruceu of dgetion, and, by purifying and PocKET INSTRuMENTS, ill cases.Sf.qIr.u the statute in such Coi..e Dade and proided.. I scald,. It eases the pain and draws the tire oat in a repeated Asthmaticattacks. abo ringon CousumPtiB11v.

;1 k thobtood.preictnt l : the *reti.nof 1ali n3nthamonr, LEI G II TPPfl. ..t tI.'... r. P1T short tIme. ). n"mDtomJ. .,. Dr tWtJ dollar1 II.1.fJended. in thE .PUchae.f
L PCMP and Por._ llvpr r.lnl''fa _O' - -- ------ -----
..... ".,1 --- --- --- -- .u .JO. ,
o 411 11" L ne propraetor relies --- ---- -- --I .u. For Inflamed .omen's :
&Irb. August
confldently I
up n 51.tf Breasts and Glandillar i
,. the vast uumber of lIt1rpri'lD cUles effected heee Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, & wellings. it is I
superior to
by edieine
f drops, nol only in Boston and its vicinity. but throagb An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the MEDICAL COLLEGE OF' GEORGIA-- the medical faculty It is any mach safer than yet mercurial known to I I DUMFRIES REMEDY FC R THE PILES!

Cut tb.e Ufton for the best proof ortheir exee1lence as Shakers-3t ong which are Lemon Balm, Catnep, THE Lectures in this institution will be resl1med of any prepartion of that material,) because itdoes I!f The propnetor begs leave to .commend (wbiCh h

t an unfailing <erative medi iae, in aU the cues above Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet bIajoram, Savory ) the third Monday in October next, andcontinue not lay the patient liable :0 injury from does with the fullest confidence) ue of the most ula.
apeci ed. Thu article hat recently been pronoaneed Thyme, Cellery, &c. as usual fiX montlli. They wit! be deliveri i cold. expose to able remedies known for this trw bresome and parnM

.I by aPb"iciAnof the tiut lespectabihtr.. whe had wit LIM JUICE and 1.JMON SVRCP. td by L. A. DUGAS. M. D., on Anatomy and Ihy.siulogy. This Ointment has cared sores of many stand complaint. Vithoutgoiog into d tail, he deems te-

bused Ita .nrprisillg in bis ing. Where it is impossible years nough to say he has in his p sselsion the most ani
opin SPICES of or imprudent heal
Ion. to take the lead of all the popular articles known every kind-Genuine INDIA CURRY. PAUl, F. EVE, M. D., on tIle Principles and Practice external sore, in of the to the doubted te.stimooiahi that it h1 more complett'IJ an.

',. 1-1rO! the.above complaint! and Indeed it j is fut gaining Enghith, French, and Prentis's Soaps and Per- of Sur ery. carious or rotten it consequence will stop the progress bone of tIle becoming swered the purpose fur which it i: intended, th4D 3D1

\. pOint in public estimation. tbroughonuhe : fumery. l\Irs. Miller's celebrated SNt"FF. ltf3y-I A CUNNINGHA.\1, M. D., on the Principles'nnd increase the quantity o1tbe t discharge caries other popular medicine,
I Price $1 country nard & Noyr'ti celebrated hue Practice of 1\1 edi.icc. remove the of i.i innocf in its
: abottle.tJr6 bottles orS) I and INK PO\VDER- ftnwve smell, and ease the p3in. This remedy perfectly nt app1icat1CrIn

I )lr. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETER!, &c. JOSEPH A. EVE, 1.: D., Therapeutics and Na- It cares the worst Felons or Whitlows on aU conditions. ages and 8e. es. Full dinctioIli
PILLS teira sn
ilcdica.M. appli
E. B. PERKINS. cation of 48 hours.R.heumatuirni I description of tie cnmplaint, c. accompany each
i Cd a little attention to their timIy administration, wil Tallahassee July 9th ANTONY, M. D., on Obstretic and Diseacso which have stood packet which cest, of two bt ixes. 1lmtDt 3idElectuary.
c.aally enlAre a mitigation of tht. 1834. [48tf] Women 8u long as to become
;'J disorders, and gen and Infants. disorder Pr.ce, $1 (bribe ihole or SO cents 6butoneoftbe
a
i ualltefJ'ect a cure. The Pifla arc also an L.1). FORD M. D. systematic requires rne4icine to be taken inwardly t
,
"IA easy and ef Chemistry and Pharmacy.: to remove them articlei IS w ut d.DYSPEl' .
entirely. But
ectul remedy (or the in most common
mptom9! preceeding TilE TERMS ARE:
&ecom.Pa.aI&a& case iA
I by applying this Ointment OR INI'IGESTION.
the Aethma directed ,
c and onsaf1ption. For Matriculation externally ai
h CoagH.. dltfic<y of Breathing, tightness andltrictur Coldse, Tickets for the Ticket Full Course to be taken once, 100 81 (110 ti It fill have give r lief And evep il1 old peode, whus Of long stansJing, and oflhe 1m it obstil14te cWader,
been
pains uf
&crol the chest %Vheeing. pun 10 the side, Ticket for Practical longer standing, it will ease the has been immediately relieved nnf oileD pt1l1dnentll

.. I of blood, & Few cases can occur of any Spitting of th Diploma Fee, Anatomy, once' only, 1000 1000 pain.To cured. in a'Tariet,.of casesth t ba re occurred ill &toA .

t I; 'lass.f dilOldenin which the pllrhucrof Dr. Relfe' I II JOHN \V. WILDE sea captains and masters of v8aself this ointment and vicinity by cling for a short t .me. I'I'r
I Preaidcnt. mast be very valuable p.nt,
Ii IiPius will not tind a rich return for their trifling expend L. D. FOAD, See'y. Board oC Trustees. in'winter OD oar coast it bein o Dr. Relfe's Vegetable Specific and anti.BiloU3!
\(( ., yor? certain in ta etr.ct.l on Cbilblaiai both ofiiith ordngt0 valuable -
aft be taken ther. (
to .
Of are
A ct8tJ e
[ u. _____ ustal July 10, 1835. 18 parts tog
: it UCTION July! .8-49 with.frost the
8ALES.-Thesubscriberhavingloca { itli.kewiaepres
It' ar None are genuine unless signed OD the ol1taide 4t.ed vea its quahiizea io.aUcJi plam and practir.aJ directic ns accotnpl1l1I'ng
himself in .. rnatei
Tallahassee
I proposes to'do a Book Specific. Price 50 eaw. .
thewle general cents
printed wrapper, by proprietor, 1'. KIDDER Binding.
'- I i.,.' mmediateeweeaaorto beJ&te Dr.W. T. COllWAI'-, and commission business,reguLar sale days,Tuesday NO. BALDWIN respectfully infonns hisfrlUld I A Large mass of testimony proving the value of this None are genuine unless sigael I Ion the outJitfe pnn
hit Room Saturday. f J moat ucellept medicj e will be shown to those who ted wrapper by the sole prop'iielor; T. KIDDE1
For sate at Counting over No. 99 Court He and the public in nernl that be has wish ..
will further .
also:1ttend re-ctn-
to ioformation
administrator and othersales on applicaJion to Dr Hers immediate Inccedor to the late Dr. \V. T. COY W11
I '
Street near Concert 11.11 Boston, and also menced Book
by his Ipf in the ROBERT Binding 10 this city, in the store now ton.,'or1o or 99 Cout'
county. J.HACKLEY. any his authorized For saTe'at his Room I'o. ,
Counting 0er
: E. D. PEBEINS James agents. I
occupied S.
dalappolDtment, b1 Ly
a l o 2) March 23 1833. Lynn Etq. AU orders for b1n.4 The above I hi
me4eiDe sold also
33tr ing will b executed y eptcla1 appointment street, 'Deaf Concert HaiL Bosto: r. and bI .p.
.: lJrugKut.l1 N. R. Instruments of writmg executed with neat- books re-bound to any with neatne and depatch. Old the pazent.e and \ anted li.DaiDe.Eo cial appointment, by E. B. PI:RKJNS ''(. 1)Drug$1b
Febrtl"119.
pattern required.
\ ness and despftth1 b,. fl' BACKLEY. Tallahascoe Much 71b B. P DRUG 013?. Ofl ,
; (.tf
TaUahassee ,
Ja.nuary tat, UJ31, 27tf. Tallahassee, fob. 2d,183S. 39U'
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